Bradford County telegraph
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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 9, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Ood.to e $ {'o 1r New Garbage Law

Fish Fry...
Due Discussion
A fish fry to benefit the BUS r' sf

Marching Band, sponsored by Band I
Boosters, is set Friday, April, 10, \ I
from 11:30: a.m. to 6:30 p.m.at the .
fairgorunds and in front of Brad- f .r.

ford High School. Donation: $3.50. ?7(, At Monday Meeting

Lunch Bunch... A new garbage control ordinance engineering firm of Camp, Dresser
The Lunch Bunch is set to meetat is due consideration at a special and McKee of Tampa when it meets
noon Friday. April 10, at the f meeting of the Bradford County with the Plan Policy Advisory Com
First Presbyterian Church. i L Commission set at 7:30 p.m. Mon mittee on the comprehensive
Bring a covered dish. Come to day. April 13. regional solid waste management.The .
enjoy the fellowship and hear Rev. 1 1P 1h 1l Get the new ordinance ready and firm is studying the best meansof
Jerry Patton reflect upon Christ's on the books in the shortest time garbabe disposal. By August the
passion, says Lillian Stump. possible, is the goal of the county expenditures should be nailed down
u commission. The proposed new law pretty close, Riddick predicts.
Easter Cantata... also carries authority for the county Commissioner Joe Riddick
l to impose a solid waste disposal fee. represents Bradford County on the13county
The First United Methodist And until the new law is on the advisory committee.Test .
Church will present a program of books, there is no teeth in any move wells are installed, but currently
Easter anthems Sunday evening, the county might make, such as an are not in operation. This Friday -
April 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the churchat arrest of persons who repeatedly set the county Is meeting with DER
Jefferson and Walnut Streets in fires in the CR-229 (Brownlee Road) officials to hopefully get the ground
Starke. compactor site. Nor.can the countynow water monitoring approved.
The Methodist Church was for- legally ask the towns of Lawteyand
tunate to be able to take approximately ; Brooker to haul garbage to the Get Stand Straight...
50 members to Gainesville landfill. The Brooker council has invited
last week for a special concert star Commissioners thought Lawteywas the county to attend its April 14
ring Sandi Patti, currently regarded hauling its garbage to the coun- meeting to talk about that town haul
as the top gospel recording artist ty landfill but learned Monday ing garbage to the county landfill.
in the music Industry. Her April 0, from Zoning Director Dar- Commissioner Joe Riddick and
special brand of contemporarymusic rell O'Neal that the town is not hauling Zoning Director O'Neal were namedby
has blessed thousands, says its garbage.Assessment. Chairman Mosley to attend.
Choir Director Bill McRae. The
Chairman added the
Methodist Chruch choir is excitedto Timetable. Mosley
Noe' needs to treat all the towns alike.
be able to feature anthems in
The commission is anxious to
O'Neal then pointed out fawteyIsn't
their Easter program that have tc'- establish a timetable for
imposing hauling its garbage to the county -
been performed by Sandi Patti, the garbage fee. CommissionerMaxie landfill. O'Neal said he's writtenall

McRae says. Carter Jr. pointed out that a three towns, Lawtey, Hampton
The performance will include fee cannot be set until the
county and Brooker that they must haul
group numbers and solo work. The knows how much money it has to garbage to the county landfill.
is invited. There is
public spend on garbage control. Riddick. who Is in charge of the
no admission charge. Commissioner Joe Riddick said
landfill operation, pointed out the
T f' the amount of money should be pretty county can't ask Brooker to haul to
AARP to Meet... -. well outlined in July by the the landfill if Lawtey isn't.

The monthly meeting of the '.
Bradford Chapter of the AARP is .
set at 12:30: p.m. Thursday April { Site Plan
16, in the Senior Citizen Center Approved
behind the new courthouse.
Fred Cline, administrator for the I
Whispering Pines Care Center, will
present the program. For Convalescent Centerby
Sandwiches will be served."AU Interested 4.4 a lid .
persons are invited to at
tend. Buster Rahn however he is prepared to meet all
local codes and requirements.
BCT Staff Writer
Easter Egg Hunt... The site plan for a proposed new Several councilmen indicated a
An Easter Egg Hunt Is set Friday nursing home set for SR-100 south preference to omit fencing, if it tended -
April 17, for children up to 11 was approved Tuesday night, April to detract from the appearance of
years of age at the Pratt Street 7. by City Council although not exactly the property.A .
Center, sponsored by the Starke like the recommendation from compromise was reached, with
Recreation Department.Ages the city Zoning Board. the west side of the facility and the
6 and under: 10 a.m. Fencing on three sides of the proposed retention pond to be fenced. The remaining -
Ages 7-11: 2 p.m. convalescent center with three sides to have shrub-
Prizes and refreshments. r shrubbery next to SR-100S was bery planted, but not necessarily
your own basket. Children must '.'-..-. . recommended by the Zoning Board. forming a fence.
able to find their own eggs alone. The council's final action came at its Since the Gaines home is only 18 ft.
No parent or guardian will be She's the Strawbery Queen... -.,-- regular meeting Tuesday April 7. from the property lineba 150 ft. sec
allowed to help. Councilman Charles Schaefer asked tion will be board type, 6
Bradford beauty Tammy Morrow and several ralwSatar4ay Bight and wtppe4 tile ..... to fficiaUy if the restrictions recommendedby ft. high,with the remaining fence be-
ful "friends" on We merry- "-'".. were busy uyim Itt fair mJaiiJjj. the zoning board were accep- ing 4 ft. chain link.
Grant welcoming large crowds( 'air- oen this week a* tae The dear skies are s.tmtfmtt n.aa.litis week table. Michael Haile representing Councilman Travis Woods spokeat
Representative... Bradford County Fair opened its doors under clear gjv eg e 'urjo .. Ike am a chance to participate In the construction firm Triton Construction length regarding the retention
blue skies- and perfect weather. tie mnuwuty era*. Ticket sales hare been brisk. Co., replied that be bad pond pointing out that some reten-
Mike Kennon Congressional Far BMre Imfermttitm on ike fair.Ik*Urnteck snows built seven similar homes tion ponds in town are holding water,
assistant to Rep. Bill Grant, is Tammy was crowned as the 187 Strawberry Qneen a" scird.ks.see tile B..ecti... throughout the state, and had not
scheduled to be at the Lawtey Post fenced any of the facilities; (See Plan Approved..p.3A
Office at 1 p.m. Tuesday. April 21,
to assist individuals, organizations

the cies businesses Federal in dealing and Government."We with government problems. agen-with County Overturns Zoning Board Okays Used Car Lot Disco I

the Eastern have United the largest land district in Rezoning requests for a used car recommends. and the Quinty CofD- -restricted to the hub of the commercial restricted- to larger parcels of land Used Car Lot.
area lot at the intersection of CR-235 and mission makes the final derision in
interests, which would mean and be nearer to major commercial
and with all of
or part 25 of SR-100 west of Starke and for a SR- such ass business Non-compatibility with the land
Florida's 67 counties closer to Starke. Except collector districts, the land use plans
it is
sometimes difficult for, 200A Lawtey area disco for beer and The requested uses of the two properties and arterial roads intersecting with states. O'Neal points out. use plan was the primary reason the
our peopleto wine sales were both approved Mon are not compatible with the major roads or highways can be zoning board recommended the used
that their
presented see to the problems are day.April 8, by the Bradford County COUDty"S eximprdieosiwe land me neighborhood commercial Commissioner Wilbur Waters asked car lot request be denied, said
agencies. That is proper why I will persons have or Commission. plan. Zoning Director Darrd O'Neal ice.and CN) to provide if that intersection should not be O'Neal.
representatives of office The commission the final authority told oammuaioaau. answering a sales and services to a specificgeographic commercial what should be? That Applicant Sidney J. Hall,who liveson
my In land use classification matters question | roads CR-235 just off SR-16W, had re-
neighnnhnod area. major should be
visiting in Assam paved commercial
every county on a
reversed its Zoning Board which rejected Carter Jr. : The commercial intensive is a now familiar quested an intensive commercial
basis premise
regular many visits as as my well Congressional as making as the two requests in its March land use plan, soon to be revised classification is for the entire county used by county commissioners on classification (CD, pointed out

schedule will permit says Rep. 31 meeting. The Zoning Board commercial interests should be population at large and should be which to base rezoning decisions. (See Board..P.ZA)

Upcoming.The Bradford County.. Commis- LWQ Inmate Crew Wins Race to Build Portable Classrooms I

sion has set a special meeting for
7:30: p.m. Monday April 13, to A race to see who could build a hesitate. Dept- of Eifcirarion place. overseen by foreman very Impressed" tory, but at the job site," Drivas told
workshop a new garbage and solid portable classroom the fastest has by which portables are currently built a portable said of the portable' the school board.Completion .
waste law. been won by a local crew of Lawtey built in Bradford expire April 22.and working days for $ built by the inmate crew.
-The 37th edition of the Bradford Correctional Institution Inmatesover the SS portables must be under may occupied severalSpxembta weeks ." date for Spacemaster
County Fair is under way through an Atlanta contractor which by"that time. TIle second / was Feb. 23. Rain caused some
Saturday April 11, at the builds hundreds of portable IOU we can keep them going,keep of work on the delay, and delays in Drivas approving
fairgrounds on US-301 north of classrooms. them going; that's what we want" complete and .. portable on the other shop drawings caused some
Starke. For more information see said Board Member LeaSchlafman. Prefabricated and is suspect Architect Drivas delay. But the board was looking
story in this edition. There are 111 The okay was given March 30 tor "We're sa'rinCselmldl money rd be SE site in halves the Dmrai."I exterior "looks terrible," March 30 at 10 days of liquidated
exhibit booths, hogs, pigs, chickens, material for two more portables for willing look at a Joan"said Board portable lacked three ... we're talking about damages at $50 per day.
rabbits baked goods, clothing, Southside Elementary to be built as Ofrmasto Rodney HalL ing days of being : ." Architect Drivas said After the Southside
needlework horticulture soon as possible. SupL Jim Duncan It was a race to see bow quidJy'two March 30 school board talking about "subjective portables, the
exhibits next need will be at Lawtey Elemen-
asked if the board
and a large midway which opens at its $97,000 reserve wanted fund to so go into the constructed portable for classrooms badly overcrowdedStarke could be Abe used by and the construction of tary where, Supt. Duncan told the
5 p.m. Thursday 1 p.m. Friday, portable is accep- board he is thinking of recommen-
material could be
and 3 p.m. Saturday.The ordered this Elementary. The inmate "We've learned a with reservations. "We got ding the eighth grade be retained at
month and the board didn't crew from Lawtey tm', TI tro_?. Board Architect
city commission of Brookeris Spire not at the fac LE, rather than attending BMS.
set to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
April 14, in city hall.

-The is set city to commission meet at 7:30: of p.m.Hampton Tues-- Not Guilty Bill Alderman Says to I

day, April 14, in city hall. Misappropriating ig: $78,07O
-The regular monthly meeting of -
the Bradford School Board is set at by Buster Rahn Dudley Hardyand did Dial appear ia man.*but the five iU.C14 checks The civil complaint alleges Alder- Bank alleges that $35,925 from
7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20. in the administration BCT Staff Writer court Monday. icsoed to the heirs were turned down man converted $78.070 to his own Joseph M. Feagle and his wife.
building on N. Temple Bill Alderman pleaded not guilty by the bank for insufficient funds. use. and advised plaintiffs he has Deborah J. Feagle.and $19,332 from
Ave. across from Bradford High Monday April to 11 felony charges Alderman is the owner and peesi. spent their money. Joan T. Chitty (Rodgers) was converted
School. in which be Ice accused of misappropriating dent of Bradford Title and Abstract A civil lawsuit filed Feb. 20. in to Alderman's own use. Fortune -
The third Tuesday meeting of $78,070. Co.. a local facility otilocd by which the Saanders heirs are plain- Later Charges... Savings Bank the plaintiff
the City Commission of Starke Is Criminal" realtan and todnridMto Intent transactions. tiffs. asks for a Judgement against In two additional grand theft asks for a judgement and for
the .
charges against
set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21. Starke businessman include one The criminal defendant Alderman to enjoin the charges filed March 27 Alderman is punitive or exemplary] damages In
In city hall. charges" sate of the property and for further amount the court deems and
Sasulesu accused just
count of of converting $55,000 to his
The Zoning Board of Bradford grand theft the $78,073. the sale of $O acres of the relief tile court deem
five counts of passing worthless Estate in rural may proper. own use in two mortgage refinanc- proper.
is set to meet at 7 Bradford County to
p.m. Defendants hi the civil complaint Also named as defendants in the
ing transactions. Alderman has not
checks in the
amount of each Wifford.
$1S.6H Braddy Court records state
Tuesday,, April 28. are Bradford Title and Abstract Co. civil
been arrested either of these complaint are Bradford Title
and five counts of grand theft of Wiled on
The Zoning Board of the City of gave Aldcrmannsjm to
William R. Alderman, TenrUIegar and Abstract Co., Inc. William R.
charges at time.In .
Starke is set to meet at 7 p.m. 15614. five PIt t.enseer.sod f rdstrr'--..to Realty. Outlaw Realty and Attorney's press Alderman and Attorney's Title In-
Thursday April 30. Alderman entered his not guilty heirs, after the payment of dosing Title Insurance Fund. Attorney the March 26 civil complaint, surance Fund Inc. In this case attorney
plea in writing, through attorney costs.The dosing costs,approximately Terence Brown acted as from which these grand theft Gene Shaw acted as agent for
$ .-. were paid by AJoeK agent for title insurance in this case. charges evolve. Fortune Savings the title insurance.ppR .

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.. .J' cw -. "56 Alive/Mature Driving," an In- medico tnn on driving basic driving
..,. ._" novative, classroom driver retrain. rules, license renewal local traffic
'. I' .,- ing program designed to help older hazards, adverse roaJ, conditions,
\ .._..... {'": persons improve their driving skills, energy saving, and accident prevention -
is being offered from 10 aim, to 2 measures.
p.m. April 14 and April 16 at the The HillS Legislature enacted a law
Starke Senior Center behind the that requires insurance companies
new courthouse to lower premium co.t: for certain
drivers over 65 who ',uctessfully
.,- The course is sponsored by the complete a driver safety course approved -
American Association of Retired by the Department of
Persons AAKP, and the Bradford- Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
Union Vocational Technical Center The Tuesday, April 14, programwill
Developed by the AARP, "50 include a covered dish luncheon.
Alive/Mature Driving" Is the first The Thursday, April 16, programwill
t comprehensive driver retrainingcourse include a brown bag luncheon.To .
geared to the specific needsof register for the course or for
older motorists. Course material more information, call Beverly or
covers the effects of aging and Sue at 964-4545. There Is a $7 fee.

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Straight-A Students at Brooker Elementary... Nu-Free Organic Hair

Earning straight-A's for the third six-weeks grading period at Brouker J.M...... tbUtarcfc Ckwjr. for
I Klfnirnt.ily were the following II students (l-r): Bad n.-Jmti KMrtrak. Nana ILurfa*. Erie Mason, Julie Robin- Bikini lines, leg & facial RemOVDcXl
Front ow-Amanda Miller Jessica Wright.J..nnil..r1.. ".Mathew -iMII L trtiatiafeili lsylh..
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1 Lawtey Housing Grant Beginning to Moveby L Genesis Hair Desi n 7823065DINNER ,

Buster Rahn The council agreed and passed a residents caneerajag garbage not scare certificate from the doctor, 'I
BCT Staff Writer motion to exempt contractors with being PJCecIIIP. Benoett sad same stating that lie is able to resume his
Fred Fox Enterprises, administrator less than 3 employees from having to people are palling excessive duties. The council asked attorney GRILLEDFLOUNDER
for the Lawtey Com- furnish workman's comp insurance.The amounts at gartage tags,and they Hobbs if the city would be protectedby
munity Development Block Grant, council agreed to the recom- are bemg kit bctad. bcettoe die the doctor's certificate in the
represented by Error Jones, mendation for each contractor to bags will spot and scatter One g r- event Eunice's blood pressure caus-
reported that 5 or 6 homes will be carry a minimum of $300,000 in bage.if an attempt made..move ed an accident,and Hobbs told them
under way by the end of the month. liability insurance. Itoem. Mayor Scott said he wall look that the city would continue to be
Jones told the city council Mon- Jones advised the council that into the sttuatami later in the week. liable regardless of the certificate.
day,April 6, that his firm is ready to Holiday Builders are the low bidders Counahvoman Lanra Hams requested -
proceed with 5 houses immediately, on one house, but have not met the the purchase of a Applicants...
and another will be ready for construction insurance requirement, and will be "mud-bog" pump and a cfttame The council heard the second
work to begin by the end of given a few more days to obtain the tester The council agreed to the reading of an ordinance relating to I
April. coverage otherwise the contract need for both items at eqoppment,. the qualifications for the city clerk
will be awarded to the next lowest and told.her to proceed with Use pur pnntionv which are,a minimum of 18
Jones told the council that the bidder. chase. The pomp will cost CMC and years old. and having a high school
minimum 650 sq. ft. house agreed Contractor Bright told the council the tester win cnrt SZZi.. educali L .
upon by the Lawtey council does not the cost for workman's comp. is In a prior meeting the council appointed -
meet county zoning regulations,and $1,900 base, with increases based on Eunice Regnest.- Queenie Robinson to be interim -
the smallest one bedroom house the amount of wages paid. Policeman oJ...... dance said he clerk, until the next regularly
must be at least 750 sq.ft.,which will had been o ff warts. pans Soadajr.due scheduled electionIn
increase the cost from $19,000 to Grant... to an aoadeat.but has DOW returned the meantime the council approved Tossed green salad
$21,000. More to toe job. His Mood pressureelevated the hiring of an assistant for with your choice of dressing .
Jones said his firm is ready to pur- ,and be went to Ute dorter! clerk Robinson 25 applications were .o
Councilman Buster Bennett asked chase two mobile homes for use in Medication has brmebt under con received for the part time position.
Jones, "Why had you not checked relocating residents during renova- trot and Fierce wants to return The council agreed to meet Tuesday, Two Southern-style '
this out?" Jones replied"We blew tion or construction of their homes. the tabIMP enonal asked bun to April 7,to make; a selection. hush puppies ,
that one." He also is looking for land to be ---
Jones asked the council to approvethe used 12-14 months, during the life of
construction of two houses, a the grant, on which to locate the
minimum size one bedroom house at mobile homes. Upon completion of BRADFORD COUNTY
$21,000. and a 900 sq. ft. 3 bedroom the grant, the mobile homes will be Countrystylegreen
house for $25,000. He also requested sold and the money given to the city -
approval to renovate a home for ; the land will be returned to the BUREAUNorth beans
$21,879. The council approved the owner, along with electric poles. .
Temple Avenue Sforbe 964-6369
three requests. septic tanks and other im-

provements.The James G s.ltim. President
Workman's Comp... council approved the releaseof
Jones told the council that Fred funds as requested. FfwdUkc Woneirson. Nice President Lemon wedge
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Fox Enterprises recommended that Bull AJl.dleh -.. Secretary/Treasurer+ um.s..d. -
Good Mood...
all contractors carry workman's
compensation insurance, even Baseball and Little League participants '
though the state requires only those requested and the council DIRECTORS: AGENT 'Ocean: flounder fillets, lightly
contractors with three or more approved funds for their respective Charles Balldree David BeottyBtdhaKdUtndeirfun seasoned and grilled,served over $3.99SUNDAY

employees to do so. The firm also interests. Will Brown a bed of fluffy rice.
recommends minimum of
a $300,000
George Huggwns
liability insurance coverage be car- A chain link fence for the baseball
ried by each contractor. field, to keep cars and trucks from George Payne Office Secretary & WEDNESDAY

making "doughnuts" was re- Bob Pafterson VoCerre Jackson All-You-Can-Eat I
Contractor Esau Bright opposedthe quested, at a cost of $650. Little
requirement for small contractors League folks wanted$889 for league Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99Dining f

to carry workman's comp,say fees umpires payments, uniforms -- -- Room Service Only
ing that the $300,000 liability etc. The council approved both re
coverage will protect the employees, quests. .,
the contractor and the city. The Mayor Robert Scott looked over MONDAY & TUESDAY
council posed the question to city at- the audience and asked "Does
torney Johnny Hobbs, asking if the anyone else want anything while we
city would be at risk, if the city does are in a good mood?" Ron DenmarkInsurance 2-Piece Fish Dinner $2.39
not require the workman's comp.
Hobbs replied "The city can require
more stringent rules than the state Reports... 964-7071
requires, but it cannot make requirements Councilmen Bennett, in charge of
which conflict with the streets, and Strong, the finance 2117 n. Temple (US 301 North) Starke D
state's requirements." chairman, reported "everythingfine" 6 Captain
in their departments. Councilman AUTO INSURANCE
Councilman Willie Strong said the Emmett Bright reported
program was initiated for "little "everything o.k." in sanitation. A great little seafood place.
people," and "I think the state's Clerk Queenie Robinson reported fJ
minimum is sufficient." several complaints from apartment t


( Page 1A) Our Place Listen for Your Phone to<< Ring!

O'Neal. Most other requests are tor Br, ,,,,.Cd O.ect..sL FREE

classifications neighborhood, O'Neal commercial said. (CG) Dinner You may be called to receive a

At the of Commissioner
Carter, Director request O'Neal read a Melrose Cafe StarkeIKeystone Heights Shopping SpreeBaJo.e.c..ro.
lengthy list of examples of commercial -
businesses allowed under the CI ..FREE
classification. worth over $1200 in Free Gifts!
Commission Chairman Lawrence Spaghetti Dinner
Mosley asked, "The people out there

walk don't to need town to?"buy It drew a car a smile, they from can Catfish' Sandwich Shop Free Services! Entertainment! 2 for 1 Dinners & Specials

applicant Questioned Hall.by the commissioners, Bu, o...C... 0..FREE ALL FOR ONLY '19.95
For lore Information
Hall said he plans to erect a small C-6 6Lo..l..oto
building on the 200 by 200 foot lot _J gtarte1ke ie ifr g i. Sh.ppa g.Spree .poDred by the following merchants 964-4943

and, perhaps, haul in some limerock Captain Grog' '
to level the ground.. Hall,under ques- Star 1__ Lanes CJ... C uU 'D Loose Trimbles Karate Studio
tioning,said he has no plans to fence C.SFREE Flo Twin Theatre
the lot. B., o...
The sawmill business is :.icfa.t FREE FREE FREE FREE

deteriorating Hall says, and he 12 c- 1 .e 2 ..-.k 0.s.W Hairc.1 Karate L won.
needs the car lot to make a better 12 Admleelon8
living for himself. Hall operates a Orion Wells Chevy-Old. .
A-Fliek Doris flair Clinic
sawmill on the back of his property of Lawt- Boynton's Gym Merle Norman
about-miles from the intersection.He FREE
said his neighbor do not objectto FREE FREE FREE
the used car lot. Oil change ./pureh-.f tiller FREE
The motion to reclassify the 12 o er.gt ....ie reaeaii. Ors StW Halreut Vlait for 1 or
I lal & I
CR-233 and SR-100 lot to CI was ap- Marion Tire & Battery The 2's'
proved 4-1 on a motion by Commis- home En. Concepts The T.LCCenter FlowersManicure& Gifts
sioner Wilbur i Waters seconded by
Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. FREE FREE FREE FREE
Commissioner Joe Riddick opposed, dFREE
pointing out: 1) there is no certaintythe Tire rotadoa A Brake U eerwigLd .r..le__ 14 ....____10._ _.._..._..._.____ Nail Polish C arna II on.Budd .
used car lot will be established,
and 2) the commission was revers- ,.'. Garage Hair Denden The Beaudque Chastain'. Jewelry Williams Jewelry
ing its zoning board.
SR-200A Disco... Ba1 One, Gel
Commissioners also reversed Lube Job 0.. 5i fl.v.i 12 T..... 4Je. o_ Jewelry Cleaner 14K Cold Item
their zoning board and approved a

classification neighborhood for commercial a disco to sell(beer CG) Merle Norman Studio Shear Perfection BOdy Image Inc. Purple Gator 8000' Restaurant

and wine on .75 acres owned by
James (Shadrick) Davis, Jr.. but It FREE FREE FREE ..Jo..c..OneFREE B., .. ,on.FREE
was a 3-2 decision requiring a tie- 0
breaker vote by ViceChairmanWilbur 5.00 Glft Cn1iraeaae 0s.w Uores 12 Taaains Session. Clothing PIasa or Dinner


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Lower Power Rates

Announced For Usersby

Buster Rahn Starke Rates Lower... I \
BCT Staff Writer The City of Starke is a member of .....J1'jlW'
Florida Power and Light Co., a statewide co-op, in which ':, .. / :f
(FPL) which serves many members are generating facilitiesand : y
customers in this area,announced a municipalities with generating '
rate reduction for residential users capabilities. ,
to $71.31 for the first kilowatt I';' '" j
1,000 Through this grid,Starke is able to
hours consumed.It purchase electricity at rates lower 's I
is the lowest rate since 1983, a than it can operate its generators,as ''' :. ; '
reduction of $2.20 below last sum a general rule, and passes the sav- y.'f.. ." .:> "' '...i.i" ..1. _..

mer.FPL credits the lower rate to ings Starke on to charges Star e residents.$69.85 for the first ..v. '_......._., ', ., f_, / .,_:"6'.. ,f ., ...', Id,("'-_."..e, -J._ _
lower fuel costs, and the benefits of 1,000 kilowatt hours. qu '" c. 00
a diversified fuel mix that includes New Hospital Gets Improvement Award...
all utilities increase the
nuclear power,oil,natural gas,coal,
and power purchased from other charge for kilowatt hours above the AI Kay Carlisle, chairman of the Bradford of Trustees of the Bradford The new modern 17,000,000 hospital has two operating rooms,two X-ray
utilities. one thousand mark,and Bill Weldon Hospital, Inc., accepts the Bradford Improvement Award for Februaryfrom rooms,and two emergency rooms as well as 54 large patient rooms.The I
Since the summer of 1981,the consumer Director of Utilities for Starke,says Susan Faulkner,chairperson of the Improvement Committee of the emergency room Is now manned by a physician 24 hours per day.
price index shows the cost of that includes FPL, although their Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce
goods and services purchased by news release did not mention the ____ I II
higher rate.
Americans has increased 23 percent.By BOOKS ,
The latest information March FREE ,",' ,
comparison, total charges on a ", :
rates, Indicates that Starke '. :: .
1,000 kilowatt hour bill this summer -
will be 3,5 percent more than 1981 residents are billed in the lower 20 for ; >
percent of utility charges,statewide. :
charges, says FPL. j QI

I Plan Approved J Refrigeration 1 1j

j Air Conditionings I J all for FREE books forService
from Page lA) center on the property and approval construction should be under way by one, come ,

far longer than the agreed upon of the site plan by the city council, the middle, of May, said Haile.Barber's I I & Repair summer enjoyment and learning. The School

time. Haile said the pond he constructs M will be of
will empty in 72 hours, and 1 Board of Bradford County disposing
he is required to certify that fact to books during the weeks
obsolete or damaged
the Suwanee River Management Spot Free I 782-3929 I.
Council I of April 6th-10th and April 13th-16th, 8:30:

possibilities Woods in discussed lieu of a retention other Self Service Car WashWalnut until 4:00: p.m. Choose books from pre-

pond, and Haile agreed there are
alternatives, but no restrictionswere Thompson & US 301 South Starke COMMERCIAL ''a.m' elementary, high school, vocational

imposed by the council, other 1 reference subjects. Take a FEW or a
than to fence the pond. I & DOMESTIC
Haile was accompanied by David i TRUCK LOAD, but take advantage of this FREE
Cargill, engineer on the job, and Ice Machines
Mark Druash, vice-president of Now OpenFor > book offer to expand your horizons, increase
Auto & Home AC
Florida Convalescent Centers, Inc., is
for fun. There
i knowledge or just
of Tallahasee, the owners. 24 Hour Service your ,
The convalescent home is being for all
reading enjoyment ages.
built on 5.3 acres of land purchasedfrom -
the L.M. Gaines family, southof I I Books are expensive to purchase, so
Laura St.and fronting on SR-IOOS. : i Reconditioned
The property does not reach I I don't miss this FREE book offer. These books
Alligator Creek. There is a 170 ft. lot I I Washers, Dryers
between the creek and the Gaines : Grand Opening Saturday are out of date for the learning classroom,
& Refrigerators
property.The I I I bufare" valuable for learning at home, so,
large rectangular building 8 a.m. 4 p.m. :
will set north-south on the lot, with COME AND GET THEM.
the main entrance facing Laura St., 30 Day Warranty i
approximately 200 ft. off SR-IOOS. i i
Parking areas will be provided on FREEDrinks l Hwy. 125 West Lawtey COUNTY
the north and west sides of the _a __ J SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD
building with pavement and side
walks all around. A number of exits I Demonstrationfor 582 North Temple Avenue

are provided, in compliance with Starke, Florida 32091
building codes. Customers of EquipmentThe
The property did not require
rezoning therefore the zoning board
was not involved, but a special exception Latest Technologyin
was required,which only the
Board of Adjustment could approve. Wash / Vacuum & Air Freshner Systems NOTICE
With apprpval by the Board of Ad-

justment to build a convalescent -.,

., I NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR. .",...-.. .., '

A ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT'' OF '1987::. : :, ," ,



of rut estate taxes. A taxpayer
for payment
alternative plan
F.5. allows an
Broiler HousesCargillParamount who elects 197.222 to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based In the upon precedingyear. an estimated
the property
tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes upon


of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%.
First Installment Payments One quarter June 30, 1987. A P.yN
ment shall be made not later
CAH6ILL Poultry N must make the first Installment payment In order to .

In this plan
I 4Vi%. P.y0
O estimated taxes
of the total
Installment Payment: One quarter
Second 30, 1987.
ment shall be made not later than September
i T
I T One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
Installment Payment:
I Third adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability

2 Due to the increas- discounted 31, 1987.3%. Payment shall be made not later than December I

1C the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of determination of actual tax liability.No C
to a
of adjustment pursuant
ing consumption discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31,

and with the E 1988. EIf
received an application to pay 1987 taxes by installment and it is
> have not
you the application
under this law, then please complete
your intent to exercise your to May 1, 1987.
mail file with your county tax collector prior
and or
rapid population growth The absolute below deadline for filing the application is April 30 on, 1987.applications Any applicationfiled mailed to
after April 30 will not be considered.The postmark Additional
determine if the application! was mailed timely.

I ( in Florida the Jacksonville the application tax collector forms shall may be obtained from Esther the tax S.collector's Hall office as Tax listed CollectorMail below:

completed application to: P ITStarkeT- Drawer 969

f broiler operation is Fl. 32091" .



I I.D. No_
In the Installment Property NONOTICE -
. I hereby make application to participate Legal Description as it Appears on the 1986 Tax
for ,contract growers. payment plan for the 1987 tax year. tice Receipt:

i AddrwMen.

For FurtherInformation
I ...
PI. Print

. Please Call 1 Florida Law requires that your estimated taxes for must be more$100.00 than $100.00 or less you In order do not to qualify participate for this the plan.Installment ..
If In this plan.
makePthe Installmentedpayym not later than June 30th In order to participate
! 2644001or You must first installment payment plan by timely paying the first payment you are
In the
Once you have elected for the tax elect to discontinue participation shallibe paid with
required to continue participation by Law.elmtallment payments that become delinquent
discounts provided
to iVStallment JaTm.nt.Dhcounts shall ,not be allowed on delinquent payments.

the next ___________________
. 1-800-523-6022 __ ____
__-________________ DCTACH
the Tax Collector's Office at the following buttons
to have a ,If you have any questions please

'F.O'Y'H'F.R:: e::_ unT.T.Addr.N .
Cargill representative work with you on getting ,,
T'"n C'" : 1;;<{: g;>;,7;. t-IT 2091 .' ,"

into the chicken business. .'7 ,' ,.; .
MOM NamN1 '
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. Food Was Cheap During 1932 Depression DaysThey PLEEZINGFOOD =B

couldn't compare with the new Prices were certainly competitive, even in Telegraph reported: "The two men did not STORES
super Winn-Dixie store now under con those days of depression lows as can be seem to meet with any success here and

struction on West Madison Street but seen from the sample ad reproduced (In when last seen their truck in which they PI.EGZIN61..p.1..._ Ih.w SCO/.W_h-.h..1./..........._to... .
Starke was proud when The Telegraph announced miniature) on this page. to provisions back to .,.h..1.._..h.......-1N.....".."".........1..._"._...r.ST.of.II: ,-,.-..
hoped carry ___...... QUALITY fl.ll.ZINCl. .-,.*...............v-l lkor 10'.p
the opening of two new Plee-Zing Washington was just as empty as when It ..'.W. .AND..... r_*.11......+ *...k.
Food Stores in its issue of July ft, 1932-one Bonus Marchers In Starke entered the city. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS JULY29TH & 30TH

in Starke and one at Lawtey. Money was scarce In those days, and so "The marchers seemed discouragedwith MILK{ lallcanSclSDCAR.! Sfo. . Zlc
This was in the midst of the Great was food. On its front page The Telegraph their reception.in this part of the ,. -
Depression of the 1930s so any new announced that two members of the Bonus country and said that the farther South I YWM .
business activity deserved front page Marchers Army "now besieging they came the less interest they found in FLOUR Pfte. : : :19c Jfc &
headlines. The Plee-Zing chain was billedas Washington" were in Starke seeking food the army and its doings. Consequently Ramble 29c 53t

America's greatest cooperative grocery and recruits. They were making their they turned their truck around and headed .1.M...n1I ..........,.....MLN.MV SON, "-.AL...
outlet and two already established stores foraging tour in a Ford truck covered with back to Jacksonville vowing to continue Plee-Zin TEA (Orange Pekoe>:--.::52.S: .=- for 2*

one operated at Lawtey by F.R. Carradineand painted slogans such as "Bonus or Bust" their efforts to get a bonus for the I N NM.. ,.."..b.u V NU.P/, u.
another at Starke owned by Lloyd J. and "Senators Don't Need It But We Do." veterans." Mayorauicc&Relish.!j pL jar 13e: RICLSfts. . ikffi.s.
announced The Bonus
Green they had joined the Army consisted of out-of-work
.. ,... ... ._ ....n .
cooperative chain with the red,white and veterans who marched on Washington and
blue fronts.It camped out around the capitol until President Eating on 2se ,. . .:-29c Coffet.ft.'>> - 1Sca.uNtI
Hoover ordered troops to chase them As further evidence of hard times the ,..*.0 rum.
was announced that 400 stores in Station in Gainesville J lie,
Florida had joined the out at gun point. Experiment Afe.RooIBm 15c Z m.
cooperative group, Giacer -
announced that a University professor his ......... ,.., .
and over 50,000 stores were operating But there was no surplus of food - -
or thriving ., ..
wife and 13-year-old daughter were M. IMw. 'IMLw.-Vaasa.
under the Plee-Zing banner in the U.S. money in Starke at that time and TheebiTORiA1S. Home Broom .SIc
each for !
on 25 cents a day groceries. Hu&Soap.lOcnlue5c ........
Their meals for the week cost a grand total .-1./.1. OLIVES hd/IM.. "*..,IA-M.*..r...- f.
of $3.25. Before trying this experiment, PINEAPPLE.tw.L. _L._Ml..1' PICKLES ...
their grocery bill had been averaging $10 a ...ctnMU.. r for well-rounded diet. .LMON.IIIe.I..J w. t6 '
a .
.,. .perm ;
"...'.1.N.I....1.. a .
Free Flour ReceivedIn .........-...... H. NN4TosneJsuce 13u.tin.2for 17c
PtYfnlwv..-..Do... :u.
its issue of July 29, 1932 The ........---...... ......-. .-.-.......
Martinez Tax Telegraph announced the arrival of the se- CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK I lb. 3U
Plugs Massive IncreaseOn cond consignment of government flour tal - -

that was being distributed to needy counties MEAL AND GRITS nM.A.... .+I

throughout the nation. 10k. .15c c-l.Sl-:.:"':Ik.M ";\
Broad of Services ,_ B.t_ IkT ,NJ .
Spectrum Mrs. N.D. Wainwright chairman of the LARD B..U.T M B..on..U..I.KS >. .i:
... ....
Bradford Red Cross chapter, announced .w H.
I L k..r I.. L.......... II. Pk R.... M1
that the flour would be stored in 7...rw 45 L..... _A. *..4..3........fc JfDDuS /a
Public Should Become More Vocally InvolvedWith the building recently vacated by the Olin I -
W. White store at Call and Walnut Streets. .A.H.CREEN: CARXJl J. N. ill & SON
>: n>..M _". LAW .PLA. 1.-.U _....

a billion-dollar sales tax on ser- cetera. Voting for a' bill in the Starke was headquarters for the distribu

vices from hair stylists to plumbers, advocated Legislature without being fully aware of tion here, for and their other allotment.towns in the county came

by a Governor who ran on a its content is not an uncommon prac-
Distribution of the first consignment of No Christmas Tree But this Christmas
platform of economy and a $800 million tice. even gloomy was
flour was handled by the American Legion By December things were getting so made happier for some folks when Jos. E.
the the Florida
cut in state budget
In McKeithen's opinion, "the servicetax with L.D. Vining in charge.In tough that the American Legion Post Wilson liquidator of the Bradford County
Legislature opened Monday for what will be considered by historians as many cases the distributors found it regretfully announced that the usual Community Bank a victim of the depression announced -
could be, in the words of Lt. Gov. Bobby one of the biggest government stories of hard to say "no" to needy cases but were Christmas Tree for underprivileged that he still had $5,000 on hand and
Brantley, a "wild and wooly" session. the decade Florida" and if forced to do so when the flour ran low. It children would have to be called off due ready for distribution. This dividend of 3'/ft
in passed, -was reported that many an old man gave to lack of funds. percent was the second to be paid to
Governor Martinez tries to sugarcoatthe will occur on Governor Martinez's up his place in line to some mother of In breaking the sad news the Legion expressed depositors and was made possible largely
new tax on services by proposing a watch. He seeks to sugarcoat the ser- children who he felt needed it worse than hope that they would be able to through the sale of property Wilson said
cut in the sales tax rate from five to four vice tax by advocating a reduction of he did. resume the tree in '33. A dividend of five percent had been paid

and a half centssmall comfort to thoseof the present five percent sales tax to four

moderate and low incomes who will and a half percent. Big deal! -

have to dig deep into already empty The Governor the service tax is .

pockets to pay sales tax on all kinds of necessary to cope says with the expenses of IMPRESSIONS B.V Jim McCauley in Baker County Press

services, including lawyers, general Flori R'f';; present' and future growth. H*
contractors, realtors, accountants, result Everybody's getting their two centsin their luck, cast out and drifting. They pitched over television whether it's a

repairs of all types, and hundreds of claims that these changes will in on the Jim Bakker-Jimmy Swaggart crave for spiritual uplifting and are two ounce bottle of water from the ,

other categories that are now exempt. a more equitable tax system, "ensuringthat television ministry scandal and sinceI the most vulnerable. Along come the Kver Jordan or a two bladed knife
of the will be
most new revenues
paid by those who can best bear it." But had my pennies ready...why not? slick operators with the coiffed gray- that cuts french fries and beer cans.

that is debatable. Most people feel thata Before I go any further, I might as ing hair the expensive suits and -Never give money to anyone who

sales tax whether well come clean. I don't like most of jewelry. They preach measured mixtures doesn't have a hair out of place or
on products or ser-
M what rve the electronic of guilt and repentence, hap-
seen of anyone with shiny fingernails.
vices falls hardest on those in the mid-
dle and, low income brackets who are ministry. While stopping short of con- piness and hope. They touch a nerve, Never give anything but worthless

least able to the plumber, the electrician demning all religious figures who ap- then ask for money to keep checks to anyone who says he
pay ,
MUCH or' the general contractor for pear on TV, Fbpe John Riul and Blly everything going so others can has to make money 01 the lord will

home repairs. Certainly they will not Graham being two notable exceptions benefit. take him by a certain date.
the whole business reminds Our constitution guarantees
feel that their burden will be to
,. equal| of selling snake oil under the old freedom of expression in both speechand Never send money to anyone
that of those in the income
I higher religious belief and that means with an address in Mm Springs. Shim
brackets who can pay what they must tents.We Beach or Palm anything. Or
don't need the tents anymore free to listen to these tonics for anyone
without hardship.The nor the hucksters selling salvation everlasting happiness. We're also whose personal car is nicer than a

from town to town. What's evolved is free to ignore them That's the kind of 1973 Unto.
low income citizens could
argue merely the 1980's version of the old freedom I value. **Never go to church on television.

that a larger percent of expenses due to con. Bccept the audience is bigger y I could find a TV preacher with a f you dont feel strongly enough to at-

the State's unprecedented growth the props more lively and you bet- sincere pitch, who lived in a $15,000 tend (assuming you're physicallyable
should be those who benefit-
Instead of the $800 million Martinez paid by are cha the money's greater. home rode a bike to work and dress ) in person, it's probably not
ting from such increased
promised to cut from the he is growththrough ed in Nike running suits I might be in- worth going. You need to be face to
budget fees fees and
impact user Nor am I gloating over Dakker'smarital face with minister.
now out front advocating a billion } dined to contribute to his or her your
other industrialists
levys on developers -
in problems or his wife's avowed cause. EUt only if an independentlyaudited
more new revenue that the citizens of and others who come to
Florida will have to cough up through a Florida to benefit, by its already low tax drug addiction. They're likely as report was published proving
new tax on services, from haircuts to much victims of this mess as anyone that 99% of the money sent in reach- fir. LettersWorld

house painting.Up rates and comparatively low wages, else except they've reaped the ed other people who were truly in
and construction costs. material goods in the process. And need.
to now Floridians have seemed the source of much of that wealth is
So the Bakker revelations
.in light of
But the remains the
blithly unaware and unconcerned by mystery why what bothers me. War II Vet
this raid their general public is taking this raid on here's some suggestions for
proposed new on pocket- There will always be the confusedand Has High Praise
books, lulled by the illusion that it is a their pocketbooks with such great un- lonely out there people down on true spiritual happiness: For V.A. Hospital Care
; Never send
tax to be paid by the dealers in these concern. As McKeithen warns: "1987 money to anything

services. The grim reality will not hit will surely be remembered as the year Editor Telegraph:

home until they start getting bills for that Florida taxpayers slept through all Blueberry Production May Be Good The following is my heartfelt expressionof

these. services with the added tax, or the tax talk, but were rudely awakenedby appreciation to the V.A. Hospital staff in

when their favorite barber tacks the tax take"- without putting up a Gainesville and my congratulations as an

another 50 cents or a dollar to the priceof fight, we might add.Potholes For: Bradford County, Rotarians Toldsaid. American for their care and treatment of
us Veterans.
a trim and shampoo.A .
The possibility of blueberry productionas During my recent stay there I could feel
tax by any other name is still a tax. a cash crop for Bradford County in the In the higher brackets the census show- their patriotism their professionalism,
It may be disguised by calling it face of declining revenue from strawberries ed 17 Bradford farms producing between their progress, and their pride from early
"revenue enhancement" for the Stateor Potholes, was discussed by County Agent Bob- $20,000 and $40,000 in products; 15 in the morning until late at night. Often my eyes
Federal Government but it fails to by Taylor at the Starke Rotary Club last $40,000 to $100,000 class; 19 listed at teared mouth trembled heart beat stand
enhance the Potholes week. $100,000 to $250,000; and 28 with above swelled with pride as each and every
revenue in the family 250000. member of their fine
Blueberry production will also be the organization at
budget when taxpaying time comes by Buster RahnIt topic at a meeting in Gainesville today Taylor said that strawberry acreage in every level of operation tended to
along. (Thursday) sponsored by the Florida the county is on the decline with only an "America's proudest", gently patiently,

The strange part of this deal is that is a frightening experience to Blueberry Association and the Fruit Crop estimated 40 to 50 acres this season. Berries tenderly and thoroughly, in spite of terribly
long hours.In .
of the
Department University of Florida have been in the
drive on the Bradford Square parking grown Starke and
Joe and who will be
Sixpack pay- lot for Extension Service. All persons interestedin Lawtey areas for more than hundred
ing their share of the extra $800 million, two reasons. blueberry culture are invited to attend years.Taylor said with acreage as high as today's media we are barraged withso

according to the amount of their pur- first is the condition of the facility the meeting at the Hilton Hotel on South 1,200 to 1,500 acres in the years of peak pro- many negatives such as drugs on every
chases and used services seem either which contains numerous 13th Street starting at 9 a.m. A tour of duction. The decline is attributed to the corner (to Include grade schools); abortion
blueberry farms in the area is scheduledfor scarcity of labor ; auto imports leaving American labor
uninformed potholes some of which can inflict high cost of cultivation
or indifferent to the factthey're force idle millions of lost hours
2:30 caus-
: competition from
p.m.Taylor Mexico
serious damage to the front end of and California,
an ed
led to the by lack of education strikes terrorists
being slaughter. The ,
automobile or pickup truck. said the 1982 U.S. of as as the expanding acreage in the
sabotage and so on,it is refreshing to hear
only voices raised in opposition are Plant City and South Florida
agriculture listed Bradford having areas.
County as
Even small potholes can destroythe something good. It is my pleasure to provide
those who sell things or provide servicesto 399 classified farms.
alignment of front wheels causing operations as Taylor said the Bradford County berry some good news.
the public and who won't actually be vehicles to pull to one side or the census purposes the definition of a farm crop was only slightly damaged by the re
paying the additional tax at all- just other vibrations and other steering has been changed to include those produc- rains and cold, and growers should be During my recent stay in the V.A.
passing it on to the consumer or the problems. Tires out of alignmentcan ing $1,000 or more sales from vegetable picking heavy by next week. Hospital I was extremely impressed with
their smooth
tobacco and he
wear out in a few hundred miles. crops livestock poultry } competent operation. This is
user of services.
people who have their total

The strange lack of interest on the Wheel alignment costs from AIDS THREAT GROWS IN FLORIDAFlorida onetogether.Administrator. This down extends from Hospital

part of the public was the subject of a $20-$35 and a couple of hours in the doctors, the nurses- nurses through aides the staff LPN's of

recent column by commentator Lex shop a high price to pay for hitting a ranks third highest thenation's special services who
single! pothole. More extensive among much farther to got Chiles said. "We can provided clean linen
McKeithen. He observes and is states in the number of reportedcases and pajamas housekeeping and food
puzzledby not ser
damage such as a bent wheel or depend on finding a magic cure or a
the fact that Florida taxpayers "ap other under carriage damage can of AIDS according to a news release protective immunization which will take vice. The entire hospital is well staffed
Senator Lawton Chiles. In the calendar well
pear oblivious to the monumental tax cost $200-1300 to repair.In by years to develop. In the meanwhile it is a operated and effective in
of 1986 Florida of oriented compete
year reported 2,046 cases matter profession. I feel a
of life and death that all
increase facing them on July 1, in the addition to substandard the deadly "acquired immune deficiency 'Americans, or old. must be restoration of my faith in this branch of
form of a five percent levy on services." physical properties of the parking syndrome", which has now been found in educated to the young dangers and equipped with health care in America after my observations -
When the bill comes in after that date, lot Is the lack of markings and curbIng 45 of the state's 66 counties. knowledge about this killer disease that during my stay there. I might add

the howls will doubtless go up. outlining the streets and park- "Even more alarming is that the spreads so rapidly. This education should that I spent some time in this same
Inn areas. number of reported cases are doubling tart at home but we cannot afford to stop hospital in 1974 and received good but
It all started when the 1986 every 12 months" Senator Chiles said. "At there. limited treatment. The. Improvementshows.
Legislature scrounging around for a Driving on the parking lot is akinto this rate Florida will have a cumulative "The .
of driving in a demolition derby, total of more than 32,000 cases by 1991." Federal government has initiatedan
new source revenue, voted to
with fenders and bumpers being information/education program to inform Having been trained as an Industrial
"sunset" all present exemptions from hostage to the courtesy of fellow Florida's high Incidence of this dread the general public, develop Information Engineer dealing primarily with time and
the sales tax, such as services by July motorists. disease Is attributed to Its large transient for school and college-age youth warn motion. I feel I am qualified to make such
1, 1987, unless the exemptions are re- population of migrants illegal aliens and and educate people who are at high risk or positive statements. It Is heartwarming to
enacted at the 1987 session. McKeithensays Residents could not be blamed for tourists according to information provided who are already Infected and train health find a caring cross-section of people serv
avoiding the Bradford Square park- by an HRS official at a recent Senate workers" Sen. Chiles said. ing In this capacity and I have chosen this
that most legislators voted for the ing lot until potholes ate filled, and hearing. Congress has responded to the need by method of thanking them since I could not

bill without realizing that it included minimal I traffic procedures "While we cannot stop the Influx of people an M percent increase funding for AIDS possibly remember each name and would
such things as farm products, college established. Its a poor out InStark. into our state, we must do what we can research prevention, and education pro not want to leave anyone out. Keep up the
tuition child care, sewage and garbagecolJectlon .'. main shopping center. to protect ourselves and our loved ones grams. "Everyone must know that If you good work.

fees, et cetera, et cetera,. et against AIDS. Research on this fatal get it, you die. And everyone must know Raymond. L.BryanRt.
disease has come long way but it has how to avoid it," Sen. Chiles said. 2.Box 120C
Lake Butler Fl*.

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( ocial

ide of the news

Weddings Club News Social Events

\qr 'r Church News Births
_Reception_ ____ ___ _
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I Id, Local Girl. 8 -'.".....".."...."...."".m......"....." 1"1 1 ; ltaIP--e; ; .

In Pre-teen Pageant ',, .' By Stern PupilsThe

Diterdonda Shirelle Gates 8, the I piano pupils of Louise Marie
granddaughter of Tom and Rena Stern presented their Spring Recital
Marks of Starke. has been acceptedas last Friday evening at the
a state finalist in the Miss Pre- Fellowship Hall of First United
teen pageant set April 17-19 in Tam Methodist Church.Participating .
were: Jana Bennett,
1 paThe wiiiiter of the Florida Miss III' i Kellie Hannah, Lindsay Payne,Lisa
Pre-teen pageant will receive a cash i Gillenwaters,Jimmy Parado Misty
award in addition to a crown banner Fill Jane Stanwix-Hay, Beau Ely,
Viva Riley, Kim Hosier, Cindy
,. ..
a trophy awl lk> cr tutu will
Parado and Barbara Smith.
the state at the national
t represent Smith
Beau Ely and Barbara
y 4 Ry pageant, which will also be held in received composer statuette awardsfor
in November.
their theory achievements.
Awards are given in several areas mothers of
I Following the recital,
Queen Tammy and Her Court... Clark said she'd like to be Blair in the TV-soap opera of competition: speech talent best I the pupils served refreshments of
"Facts of Life." The other three finalists wanted to be application photogenic personalityand punch, sandwiches cookies and
Miss Tammy Morrow, center, the 19117) Bradford President Iteagan. hostess. brownies
I County Strawberry Queen, told judges she'd like to From left: Allison Ivey, second runner-up: Lilly Miss Gates is sponsored by the
walk in the footsteps of race driver Bill Elliot so she Burgess, third runner-up; Queen Tammy; Pam Clark New Hope Baptist Church,in Starke.
could drive faster than 55 mph. First runner-up! I'am first runner-up, and Brenda Bawek, fourth runner-up. Diterolonda Shirelle Gates

Morrow Wins 1987 . . .
Experience i i is knowing a ,lot of things you shouldn't do.:

I William S. Knudsen

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Strawberry Queen Pageant

Miss Tammy Susan Morrow was areas Earlier in the day judges held
crowned Bradford County's 25th personal interviews with each of the Miss Stephanie King, sponsoredby
twenty lovely young ladies The Waters Grocery Store. OrderProm
Strawberry Queen Saturday evening Miss
Terri Fender, _
before a standing room only crowdin opening evening competition was Gator cosponsoredby NaxM.lSOOnCISO bywYre..p.w-wc.i.r
the BHS Auditorium.To Dazzling in Denim's, a sportswear Freightways and The HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY
category, followed by the swimsuit Beatuique. Flowers
carry out the 25th Anniversarytheme Miss Jeanna Andrews, sponsoredby WORKS FOR YOU...
competition and finally the evening
Strawberries Silver Edi-
Handyman Fence f Over the years we've found our Bridal I
tion, the stage was adorned with gown competition. Miss Rita Geddes, sponsored by Now! eO Registry Service to be one of the most'
Before the five were an-
silver streamers and a silver star
Col and Mrs John Mayer. appreciated of all services'that we offer
gazebo entrance highlighted thru which the the center contestants stage nounced made her 1986 final Queen walk Shilynn and farewell Chaff Miss Sherri Gaskins, sponsoredby Corsages: Every Color and Flower Imaginable... to our customers. It makes it easy
for to select the perfect weddingor
Sonny's Barbeque. you
for the
speech. Entertainment even-
paraded Miss Laurie Whitehead, Sweetheart Roses Miniature Carnations shower gift, because you know It's
Mrs. Joan Hall, Junior Women'sClub ing was provided by 1987 Miss
sored what the bride Is
by Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream exactly prospective
President, greeted the capacity Jacksonville, Virginia Crawford, Churn. Beautiful Orchids Lilies looking for.
crowd and introduced the Master of who sang a number of songs including -
her Miss Florida 4th Runner Up Miss Brenda Boutonnieres: Cowry to complement her dress
Ceremonies, Mr. Herb Wadsworth, upcoming Bawek,daughter of Mr.&Mrs.John The engaged couple register their
talent Sing, Sing a
Executive Administrative Aide forU.S. competition flatware
in china
Bawek of Starke,sponsored by Com- preferences crystal
Brenda Bawek
Miss was
Congressman Bill Grant. munity State Bank. and giftware, We record this and update -
To Celebrate 25 years of honored 1987Miss Congeniality, an the list gifts, purchased, 'to
3rd Runner Up Miss Lilly as are
Strawberry tion of the program Queens,was the opening dedicated pore to award Young voted ladies on competing by the contestants.in the 1987 John Burgess, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Easter Flowers Galore! ovoid duplication.
Burgess of Starke, co-
prior queens bringing us up to dateon pagent Miss were Jennifer: Brown, sponsoredby sponsored by Lovorn Realty andSabo's Beautiful Easter Lilies Visit, us the next lime you're shoppingfor
them. Those participating were: shower gifts We'llhelp
Pizza. wedding or
C.J.'s Cutt-n-Loo&e Grown
Specially Nursery
1986 Queen Shilynn Chaff 2nd Runner Up-Miss Alison Ivey. you select the gift'the bride real-
Miss Jackie Davis sponsored, by
1985 Queen Traci Clark daughter of Dr.and Mrs. Bruce Iveyof | Register ly wants We'll gift-wrap it; we'll ship
1984 Queen Lari Ann Johns Crews Florida National Bank Kingsley Lake, sponsored by Den- Basket stuffers s\lL] _"Inne for a3 pound / it.And'the servIce is freell
Miss Allison Denmark, sponsoredby -
1983 Queen Janet Marie Jordan mark Furniture.1st *
Chastain's Jewelry & Gift VUjn4 box of Whetstone J
1982 Queen Cathy E. Norman
Runner Up Miss Pamela Couple currently In our registry:
1981 Queen Tamara Ilene Denton Gallery. Clark,daughter of Mr. &Mrs. Irving Animals i Chocolate To be
1980 Queen Robbin Stephens York Miss Maria Thomas, sponsoredby T. Clark of Starke, sponsored by I given away Saturday, Gloria Robert&Perry Bryan
1978 Queen Shan Edwards Johns Concepts. Koch's Drug Store. Tina Bowan eV G.Wayne Parrlth
1977 Queen Lisa Mitchell Prevatt Miss Donna McDavid, sponsoredby 1987 Strawberry Queen Miss Tam- Chocolate Bunnies | April is HurryiFlorist! Carol Hardin
1975 Queen Debra Jordan Norman Santa Fe Shooters my Susan Morrow, daughter of Mr. & Alan Montgomery
1974 Queen Latain Herres Peter Miss Donna Langley, co- and Mrs. A.C. Morrow of Starke. Margaret Smith Brian John
son sponsored by Fleet Financenter and sponsored by Western Steer Family Julia
1971 Queen Anne Terwillegar Bradford Florist. Steakhouse. Leila's
Nelson Miss Mindy Hersey,sponsored by
1970 Queen Mary Barton Radke Mitchell's Drug Store. We 224 N. Temple Avenue Starke Order Dress & Gift Shop
1968 Queen Cathy Whitehead Miss Leanna Barfield, sponsoredby f
Beckett Parrish's Food Store. Deliver 964-7711 Today! CICI m Mon. *.*. .:30-5:30
1964 Queen Jane Adams Watson Miss Lisa Mitchell, sponsored by
Contestants competed in four Terwillegar Motors.

II. Club News 999 i I : IUTP

\ Free-Styling, DAR MeetingTo
Skateboard Be April 16
99 Deposit
Meeting SetA The Colonel Samuel Elbert 1-10x13
(Will photo) 10 oo out at
I Chapter, National Society .
for the summer program 81(10
meeting Pickup
Daughters of the American -
of free-styling and skateboarding plan to meet Thursday, April 2. 51(7 (plus tax)
is for Tuesday, April
planned 16, at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. 23x516Kmg
14, at 7:30: p.m. at the Rec. building.should William Wahl, Jr, 6080 Twin Lakes Size Wallets
interested in joining
Anyone Road, Keystone Heights. 8-Regular Size Wallets
plan to attend. Co-hostess of the meeting will be

I Mrs. Raymond Starnes. -105I SE99

I Church NewsWomen f'Fllt I E-I$2.68re&Shampoo 50-Ft.P$14.71reg.OutdoorExtension .

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Pastor Rev W.J "Dub" Thornton Keepyourengmedean. Quickly '
II of St. Mark'sTo i invites everyone to come to the services dissolve grease and oil from Cord

Meet April 15 #rr. j t-r_ l metal surfaces. Washes away Get within reach. __

The Women of St. Mark's plan to Emmanuel Baptist ,. rY with water: Perfect for auto, Extra heavy duty construction delivers

meet Wednesday, April 15, at 10:30: Sets Revival farm and marine uses. full power to lawn and power tools.
a.m. in the Parish House, accordingto April 20-24 HAVE YOUR EASTER 16-g gefJconductoc57C
Emmanuel Baptist Church, four
Airpark Baptist miles south of Lake Butler on

Revival PostponedThe SR-121, will hold a revival beginningon AT Power $799
and continue
Monday, April 20,
revival planned for April 13-17 through Friday, April 24 with services BRYAN'SAce Steering .W $15.45 reg.
at Airpark Baptist Church has been beginning at 7:30: P.M. each
postponed until a later date, which evening.Revrend. Hardware $2.38reg. Fluid
will be announced. Leon Mickels of North Grease
Wilkerboro, North Carolina will be 1101 Insure a smooth ride. Reduce
Christian Singles In the speaker for the revival services. Starke, Florida wear; corrosion and oxidation Gun

Action to Meet FridayApril :. all year round. Maintain effi-

The Church of God Christian FLA.TWIN THEATRE encyandaxdtionsb'maxi-like the pro's use. Develops up to 10,000 PS1

Singles In Action 2nd group and 4th meets Friday at Starko 964-5451 17 DUD performance. This heavy duty rough grip gun provides 3-way

7:30 each: p.m.month.every They also meet every Open Every Night Photo Hours: 9-121-6 loading; cartridge power loading and bulk.

5th Frida;; .vhen it applies. ....... ...... ...... ONE DAY ONLYWE
Christian adults from in and upI : $2.00 SPECIAL :

St.meet Clair in the St.,church for Christian annex located fellowship on :ShowingsNOW J USE $4 99 49

& worship. All single Christian KODAK PAPER $7
adults are invited to attend. PLAYING- I $12 oo

St.Easter Edward's-PreparationsFriday April 10 Church- 7 p.m. Way of F 6Pc.Screwdriver. "I a 5O-FL Garden Vinyl Hose$14.75re&

the Cross and Benediction of the eIt
Blessed Sacrament. For home and auto. Includes most Ideal for lawn and gardening needs.

ing Sunday and Procession April 12-of 9-45:Palms.a.m. Bless- as r.m Ilgsewur.CINEMA Iii IL* popular sizes each with a comfort grip Lightweight and easy to handle, resists

Tuesday April 14 7 p.m. Lenten inc. handle and durable>n9rnelvar>artilan abrasion, weathering and kinking.

Penance Service with visiting SCREEN 2s blades. Convenient pouch for storage. Reinforced for strength.
priests to assist in reconciliation.

Center s Group charge
Victory Reviyaf I
99'per personV68 -

Now Has Services Starke Motor Parts Co., Inc. 4NAPA

Victory Revival Center is holding ...
worship services) in Lawtey Elemen-

tary Cafeteria in Lawtey, FL. 155 w. Bnw1dee Bud Start. S64-6060 All the light parts
Sunday School Is at 10 a.m. with Ul
morning worship following at 11 301 DRIVE-IN
a.m. Evening worship is at 6 p.m. FOR CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS Quantities are Umiled all the right places I
There will be a Wednesday evening Opens May 1st
service also, starting at 7:30 p.m.




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Congratulations go to Vernon Red-
dish of Orian Wells Chevrolet-Olds EXODUS
i for being the best Olds salespersonin
a Sunshine Olds Dealers contest. INTERIORS
J The contest included dealers In
North Florida and South Georgia. "'CUSTOM
Vernon and his wife, Sylvia
received free weekend trip to pt
Orlando.While there he won an addi- r
tional 1,000 from General Motors in
a drawing.
aik.iArrivals Come out to Orian Wells and see
Vernon. Oraperies Vertical Blinds

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{Ionian Shades e Bedspreads
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I Special WALLPAPER Through Month GALORECoor of May

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Jess Willard Green Maternal grandparents are Mr.It r.Jinate your home or office..
Mrs. J.T. Prevail. Jr.. of Stark Custom Home Builders
Donald Welsey & Pammela Irene Maternal great-grandparents are uUALITY CAN COST LESSII!I
Green of Starke announce the birthof
their son.Jess Wilhard born Feb. Mr.It Mrs. W.H.Agner of Kmgslejr 2Building Building r' remodeling or decorating
Lake and Mr Mrs.J.T. Prevatt. Remodeling
11,1987 in Gainesville. or t CALL FOR HELP! ;
Sr.,of Lawtey.
Jess weighed 6 Ibs., 10 ozs., was
21" long and joins two brothers Paternal grandparents are Mr. It Bath Kitchens AddARoomor cO0 2 /
Mrs. of Gainesville.
Joshua and Jason. Fey Stephens O'ff'' !
Maternal grandparent is Donald Come See Our New Log-Sided Home Off t
Toohey of Tampa. Maternal great- Jordan Denise Beard ,
lerior Decorating Made Easy I Ir
is Irene Toohey of or Re-Roof Your Home
grandparent Thomas M. and Deborah Hart Shop at Home Convenience
Beard of Keystone! Heights announce Call 964-7230 964-4799 Eves. Call: Do'ina Gruen 964-7714 Stark
Ed- or
Paternal grandparents are the birth of their daughter.. J
ward &: Marie Green of Starke. Jordan Denise. born March%i. 1S97 I for a obligation appointment .
Paternal great-grandparents are r RCT inn f
in Alachua General Hospital in
America &: Jess Canadury of Gainesville.She I -S

Jacksonville. weighed 7 tt._ U c s.- and
Abby Leigh Stephens was 20 3/4" long. Jordan jam! a
Debra and Rick Stephens of brother Kenneth, age It and a
Starke announce the birth of their sister.Jacqueline age 7.
daughter. Abby Leigh, born March Maternal grandparents are
in Gainesville.She Homer F. Hart Mr. it Mrs. Leroy
31,1987 weighed
Ibs., 5 ozs.Abby Stalvey both of Lake Butler. You Are Invite 1 tDedieation
joins two brothers Macy Paternal grandparents are (
Senator and Mrs.Malcolm E.Beard
age 5 and Dane, age 3.
of Seffner,FL.Andrea .
Sarah Danielle Secrest
Lauren Andrews
Steven 1& Violet Secrest of Starke Serviee
Drew & Robin Andrews of Worthington -
announce the birth of their daughter
Sarah Danielle, born March 19.1967in Springs announce the birth
Gainesville. of their daughter. Andrea Lauren
born March 25. 19111 in Gainesville.
Sarah weighed 9 lbs 7 ozs., and
Andrea weighed 7 Ibs..12 OSES.,was19V
joins a brother,Brian 4Va years old.
and Sondra
Maternal grandparents are long joins a sister
.months old
Bishop&: Martha Myrick of Starke; -
Violet Sweat of Starke. Maternal grandparent is Mavota
Paternal grandparents are Mr. It Murray of Mortaa Town. W.\ -g.
Mrs.Raymond Secrest of Starke ami Maternal great-grandparent is Elsie Bayless HigJJ"WayBaptist
Thomas of Palm Harbour.FL.
Mrs. Maria Secrest of Interlachen.
Paternal great-grandparents are Paternal grandparents are Wilbur
6 Glenda Andrews of Breaker
Mr. &: Mrs. Bill Ughtfoot of FL
Paternal great-grandparents are
Mr. & Mrs. LXu Parker and Winnie Church
Great-great-grandmother is Mrs. Andrews,all of Brooker. ..
Rosey Reddish of Lawtey.

SR 100 West to Bayless Hid iway,

I. St. Edward's Holds Special Liturgy

For First CommunicantsSunday

Sunday School- 10 am Morning Service 11 am Dinner Served :

April 7, twelve young Linda Rocafort Crystal Scbrydrr.
parishioners received their First Holy Kelly Trimble...Richard Walker
Communion at SL Edward's
Church during Mass celebrated by Keith Cowie and Joey Shuford
the Pastor Father were Altar Servers at the Mass
Joseph Finlay.
Mrs. Connaughton was the Lector, >>
The First Communicants par- Dr. Laura Parado was organet;
ushers were Romeo Parade and
ticipated in the Liturgy by presen-
ting Offertory gifts and reading Gene PowelL
Prayers of Intercession. They Following the Liturgy,a reception
was held m the parish hall for the
received the Sacred Host from Communion -
cups individually made by Communicants, then relatives and
them and blessed by the Pastor. friends.
Proceeding Communion they each 2:30I
presented a white carnation to their Cakes, sandwiches finger load Sunday
mother.At and fruit punch were served from
tables covered with white lace
the conclusion of the Liturgy cloths.The cake table was centered
gifts in the name of St. Edward with a decorated cross shaped cake.
Parish were presented to the On either side were cakes in the
children by Mrs. Debbie Con- form of an open bible inscribed with
naughton who had prepared the the name of each child the pastor
children for First Penance and Holy church and date. These were surrounded -
Communion. The gift kits contained by indivi WaJ decorated .:,; ::
prayer books, rosaries, scapulars cakes for each of the twelve com I SSpecial Thanks I- ;,
and commemorative pins. municants, inscirbed with names '
Receiving First Communionwere and religious symbols.In .1"iJii
: Shannon Aguinaldo John charge of arrangements for the ;! : r
Bradley Sean Connaughton.Bonnie reception were Zita Shuford. .
Cowie,Ann Dunne.Michelle Konkel, Dorothy Rife. Same Scoggms and ContractorRobert Kelly 'I: r
Shaun Muse, Michael Richardson, Betty DazmskL .
Supt. of Job-Carl Winberly

Voluntary Fire Departments .
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1 Class of 1977 Hunting Members Red Cross from Jacksonville 4' --''

xnonda Mayo.Alvin Murner.Karen Everyone who helped in Prayers Y
The BHS graduating class of 1977 Powell. James RaiUersoa. Jr.. any way. ,
is planning its 10 year reunion,and is Charles Revel Gwen Savage.Hogan Contributors Insurance Adjuster r\ 1
locate the
unable to following people Smith III. Annette Speed Sandra {.,
: Vargo. Robert Waldmire and Jack Seventh Day Adventist Church ,

ausan:>> Blalock, Deneice Bright Watson.
Lonnie Joe Cnbbs, Robert Edmond-
son, Donald Hamilton, Jr., Guy If you know the whereabouts of ,..
Hammond, Samuel Hankerson, any of these people,or are a fellow
Brinda Joyce Heath, Glenn Joiner. graduate and have received your'
John Henry Knight, Harold Lever- invitation, contact: Jake Hazen
Please Come 1:30
son, Terry'Long, John Lewis IV, Padgett 7S2-J777.: or Beth Davis at cs
Bret Marchant, Delores McKinney Moore(after:9 p.m.)473-Z70S. s ..LU; ._ I j

Tour of Facilities t .


Guides: :tip .,

J.R. Kelly '; -- ';7.: :
70th ,
Happy :r' r '
Ronald Crosby "':.rA" "
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Glenna MorganLyvonne ; v.. I<
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BirthdayPADGETT Crosby :.. 7fi;

Joyce Nonnan. S Special Music l

HAZEL By Buddy Ball and Suzanne Strickland :

Gospel Sing Until 6 p.m. "

Rev. Leaton Morgan III Frank Nazworth i'

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lOur Service Penple Engagements School MenusApr.
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class The course provided instruction In

Shannon Locklear son of Ray D. operation, installation maintenanceand

...L Etta c'. T.'.aseei l manning officer for superior In- Locklear of Starke has been promoted repair of manual and automatic Nanette Conway, 13-Apr.
dividual performance. It is issued in to his present rank while serving voice switching telephone equipment Bradford Elem.It Middle School
PaiL Rlla ( Jame J. Barrett
Amy Williams.)' Tbwn ,
aboard the submarine tender
the form of bulletin
a published
mashed *
Salisbury Steak potatoes
a-aVwn Hm<& IWult6lWer Wolliaun. afi oil ttHmcy A. and! throughout the command and a USS Emory S. Land, homeported in He Is It iwie graduate of BHS. Announce Engagement gravy Monday turnip greet,biscuits*honey chocolate.
Bfiunptoni has> is entered in the Marine's Norfolk VA. pudding,milk.
.fiomnjitttflitrfl bumir drawing!all Ft Out, copy manent servirp ""Cf'rdRMarine per- A 1984 graduate of BHS he joinedthe Marine Pfc. Brian D. Lane Mr. and Mrs Edwin E. Conway of Tuesdays Sloppy Joe on bun green beans,apple
OW Starke announce the engagementand or grapes" brownie, milk.Wedneday .
Navy in 1984. Marine Pfc. Brian D. Lane son of cole slaw
Chill crackers, ,peaches
B teaming StudentsdMCerue approaching marriage
Beverly J. Lane of Starke recently I.T.: bar, milk
> +d inadmurtnniti in drill and! Cpl. Joe A. Bell daughter, Nanette Conway to 1h.ndayFiled chicken,bIpotatoes abut.tar
for duty with 1st Force Service
tmitnuimH< h W.8'1P"1IIIi.map,reading. Marine Cpl. Joe A. Bell whose Navy Seaman Recruit reported Group Camp James J. Barrett of Sparks GA son buttered corn fruit salad hot rolls milk

d4 ttla*. nmlitoory courtesy. militaryIiWIIIIllPfl wife Deborah is the daughter of Edward Edward J. Tennant Pendleton Support CA. of Mrs. Eula Lee Barrett and the Friday Easter:Ice Good Cream Friday-School Closed

% ; ffinsa and and Arrnj history D. and Joyce Crews of Lawtey Navy Seaman Recruit Edward A 1986 graduate of BHS, he joined I,A'P John Emmett Barrett .These menus written by Mrs.Baker's Mh gradeat
awn meardlthtmjs. recently reported for duty at Marine Southside Elementary..
Tennant son of Edward G. and the Marine Corns in June 1986.
Bir Iblllilllaaud1I'ilJlbm.!( .. i i&the son of **.VDS Base Camp Lejeune. NC. Patricia F. Tennant of Starke, has The bride-elect Is employed by Bradford High !khoolMond.y.
Western fiance is
Swnuiril Steer. The
: A awl Nancy Ttownsend of
completed recruit training at t Hamburger on bun lettuce tomato 4
SUurte Pvt. Nancy T. Jakab Recruit Training Command, Great Army Sgt. Denise E. Tinsley employed at Longchamp Homes ofSt..ke. pickle, buttered corn, applesauce, brownie,
These pmraaillr is a KMffi j graduate of Pvt. T. of Lakes IL.During. Denise E. milk
Nancy Jakab daughter Army Sgt. Tinsley,
w/meat cheese phi,
Birarflfoirail\! Tuesday Spaghetti sauce
B&gfe Schan4Lafii.r Zoltan and Nancy J. Jakab of Tennant's eight-week daughter of Pearlle M. and David A. The wedding is planned for April garden salad apple crisp,hut rolls milk
Brooker has completed basic training training cycle he studied general Sanders of Starke, has arrived for 11,1987 at2:00: p.m. in Air Park Baptist Wednesday Hamburger gravy, mashed

) 1..a.IEC. cpL at Fort Dix NJ. military subjects such as seaman uucy with the V Corps West Germany Church. potatoes,milk.mund.y green. beans, strawberry shortcake,
the students ship close order drill Naval history All friends and family are invited. not rolls
David A. o..g.IasNLJunnIt' During training i Pried chicken,baked potatoes w/bul-
received instruction in drill and and first aid. Tinsley is a supply specialist. .ter, cole slaw cherry cobbler cake, milk hot
Lamer Cfcitt. David A. ceremonies, weapons map reading A 1985 graduate of BHS, he Joinedthe rolls, Easter Ice cream.
uimteK;. sum till EtomuH A. Douglas tactics military courtesy military Navy in 1986. Friday Good Friday School Closed.
Sir., ..d SlUnUar ftu* ttvcn awarded. a justice first aid and Army history Pfc. Kenneth R. DeWitt AlaCarteMonday

l0amaoe mils Mast wfalkr semnng with and traditions. Pfc. Kenneth R. DeWitt son of Jo Plzta, cheeseburgers" O.J., french
and :MLimne HJwiBinre Cimp>Leieune.MT She is a 1986 graduate of BUS..t. Army National Guard Pvt. Ann Griffis and stepson of Raymond I- LtI-I fries milkshakes.Tuesday .
Robert W. Sutton N. Griffis of Starke has been promoted .. Cheeseburgers, pttia, french fries.

A lOcmlbtmnuii. Maud i is> an official "*ji retry Officer 3rd Class: Army National Guard Pvt. RobertW. in the U.S. Army to the rank ,i Wednesday ml..hu..O.J.Corndogs.pirta, french fries
IllfIlroPJ! IIRm Bunim at !Marine's! com Shannon R. Locklear Sutton son of John M. and Joyce of private first class. ,milkshakes.
Sutton of Starke has completed the DeWitt is an armor crew memberin To keep your mixing bowls steady Tkuridsyt Hamburgers, pizza, O.J.,
mpmial rlial central offio r wv..ir West Germany, with the 32nd Ar when mixing or whipping something milkshakes Friday. Good,french Friday fnes-School. closed.,
at the U.S. in them place them on a wet
course Army Signal mor.He Each day studenta>.hsve a choice of a hot lunch
I Legal Notices _School Fort Gordon GA. is a 1984 graduate of BITS folded cloth salad bar or they may purchase.Ie....a-la-carte

1"IIIAm1DNi1l0 Starko. Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on May I. This I. to Inform you that tha City ..fLawt. 1917 Please 1 mark .al.d anvelopo business under the firm name of D A S owners of, C"doing: -.-business"roots under of Starke the 140 firm
TTme cay .. Soerit 1987. ., Community D.v.lopm.nt Is "SEALED BID FOR WATER LINES TO BE Motors, Inc., 207 N. T.mpl. Av., name
Community S. Walnut Start.. FL 32091. Intends to
sealed bids Stork, Flo. Intends
OPnrlrpmane Btbottc Gran Office will GILBERT BROWN soliciting for POWER PLOLI 32091 to register
said fictitious under the
_M. befe am Thursday.! April! f6, I9BTmtslll Clerk of the Circuit Court and ELECTRIC SERVICE for two ((2)) Mobile Further Information and specificationscan old fictitious namo under th. aforesaid aforesaid register, statue.Dated name
Homes In Lawtoy, Florida. Bids to be b. plck.d up at the Lawtey Community statute. .
IKnaa__ .* Cry off Stark Grant BY Beulah MoodyD.puty this 9th day of April A.D. 197
fltmm MSI taait CaJII Srreett. Stark. FlXOm. Clark492tchg4U opened at the lawtay Community Development Office located In Doted this U day of March A.D. 1917In
the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Station ,.. ... In County.
Development Office. P.O. Box 418. Bradford "-
.. AW Ithe BUMdhnv.. two "
housing 44t430NOTICE
Lawt. Florida Lawt. Flar'''- Kotwaan 9:00 a.m. and
Milks(fawned u fUlawacI ". 32058. located In thaLawtay 3/" 4tpd 4/9
:ma ML THamojan.Snre.n Unit ft Voluntoer Fir. Station on April 1:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday.H you
D41111L memaooni Sttee Unit n INVITATION TO BID 16. 1987 at 1:00 ".M. No bids will bo acec.ptd have any questions, please contact ErrolD. "" NUIICt Of INTENTIONTO
This is Inform that tha City of after 12:00 noon April 16, 1987. Jon. at 712.3730.CONTRACTORS REGISTERFICTITIOUS
T/tm Rwu11a..a will Be>-,....... .far you RECEIVING LOW BID MARYLAND KNOWLES/faytfor AWT
Ithe raJbuaMam. .* Mho .....lInli unit and Lawt., Community Development Is Please mark sealed .nv.lop. "SEALED PROVIDE PROOFOF NAME has made application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION -
rme dteminqj. off a!II dMM from tit_ lot soliciting ...Ied bids for SEPTIC TANKS BID FOR POWER POLE AND ELECTRIC WILL BE REQUIRED TO AND CONTRACTOR'S Pursuant to Section 165.09, Florida ESSENTIAL SERVICES allowedIn
eftlew. lno namnoail I ell m_ unhiTW.C.RSiwrB.roaacv..Ii.. AND DRAIN FIELDS for two ((2)) Mobile SERVICE TO BE OPENED APRIL 116. "17". MANUFACTURER'S LIABILITY INSURANCE AND Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the all Zoning districts for communications .
.ighetwsellP Homes in Lawtay, Florida. Bids to b. Further Information end specifications WORKMAN'S' COMPENSATION undersigned,David N. Wainwright P.O. repeater hut for AT&T to the Bradford
anyaw Sill fade Fee additional' In. op.n.d at the lawtay CommunityD.v.lopm.nt can bo picked up at tho Lawtoy Community COVERAGE FOR ANY EMPLOYEE OTHER Box 964. Starke, FL 3201 sole owner, County Board of Adjustment on property
!Uminartiim smuuull Umnsi Day/ air Jim Office. P.O. Box 41(. Dovalopmont Office located In THAN HIMSELF. doing business under the firm name of that I.Classified OR and describedbelowt .

Jftsarhew alt ((7A(! >())9eVW3L IIct1.! farms car Lawtey, Florida 32058. located In the the lawtey Volunteer Fir. Station The City of lawtey Community County Line Nursery & landscape, P.O.
a.. aanainsdJ. nwm tit_Game Office LOB Lawtey Volunteer Fir. Station on April Lowtey. Florida between 9:00 a.m. and Dovelopment Office reserves the rightto Box 94 Starke, FL 32091 Intends to O.TO' acre ((4593 sq. ft.) located three
Emut drill Snieeit. Sna4i. FU.3309TI. 1*. 1987 at 1:00 P.M. No bids will be accepted 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday reject any and all bid. Th. City of register sold fictitious name under the miles North of Lawtey off West side of
<<',Ttthg after 12:00 noon April 16. "87. CONTRACTORS RECEIVING LOW BID Community Development Office aforesaid .t.I.... Hwy. 301 on Parcel 01105-00400 In Section
WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PROOFOF lawtey Dated this 9th day of April A.D. 1917In
Please mark sealed .nv.lop. "SEALED I. an Equal Opportunity Employer. I.Township South. Range 22 East,
BIO FOR SEPTIC TANKS TO BE OPENED MANUFACTURER'S AND CONTRACTOR 4/9 ItchgTO Bradford!! County. and on the North side of the Parcel
11III1I1IE ClIfttWIIII COURT! IN AND APRIL 14, "8T'. 'S LIABILITY INSURANCE AND ./.4tpd 4/30 The Bradford County Zoning Board will
fGII 5 SI FOM aJUN1I"II'.I'LORIDA' Further Information and specifications WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION review the application and make a
USE NO.;27S.CA can be picked up at the Lawtey Community COVERAGE FOR ANY EMPLOYEE OTHER THE CITIZENSOF recommendation to the Bradford County
DIVISION: Development Office located in THAN HIMSELF. BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Board of Adustment| for their public
S iWmEASIfarORAGSGECOMPANY. the L...., Volunteer Fire Station. Th. City of Lawtey Community The Bradford Compensatory Education REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m.. In the
"'''"nt'''.. Lawtey, Florida between 9:00 a.m. and Development reserves the right to reject( Program Application will b.written durIng STATE OF FLORIDA Commission meeting room of City Hall
was 1:00 p.m.. Monday through Friday. any and all bids. Th. City of lav/toy April and May, 1917. If you hava a COUNTY OF BRADFORD 209 N. Thompson St., Starke, Florida on
CBtesiuantttw a. ttrun and JUDY CONTRACTORS RECEIVING LOW BID Community D.v.lopm.nt Office Is an suggestion( ) for the Application would DOUBLE D.L.T. PUBLISHING INCORPORATED Tuesday. April 2B 1917.
a. IIJIIIWIE. $. _lie. WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PROOFOF Equal Opportunity Emplo,.,. please contact hereby gives notice that It Intends At this time, all persons will be heard
Otn.d.ndl.aea.AarMORO. MANUFACTURER'S AND CONTRACTOR 4/9 Itchg you Bradford Compensatory Education to register with the Clerk of Circuit concerning this application as specified
IIIGIIIU Off SAL 'S LIABILITY INSURANCE AND Office Court for Bradford County, Florida the In the Bradford County Zoning Codes.
1tIbri... ): menetty ajuem lime "pursuantlh WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION. Th. School Board Bradford County fictitious name of "FLORIDA FAMILY Director B.C.B.of Ad|.
am amnenoff. a Snail judgment of COVERAGE FOR ANY EMPLOYEE OTHER 182 North T.mpl.Avenue TIMES" and to engage In business under 491khgNOTICE
ftnncdtuuiw armmedi Im m_ above cap.. THAN HIMSELF. INVITATION TO BID Starka.FL 32091 that fictitious name with a principal'
Hunted) anrfam. willl salll tit_ property Th. City of Lawt., Community This Is to Inform you that the City of Phonoi 964-MOO. Ext. 33 plac. of business at 123 South Walnut
sirtoanedi I im IBnuinjirua County. Florida.ItunV.BIbBie Development Office reserves the right Low'., Community Development I. 4/9 Itchg Street. Storke. Florida, 32091.
di.wdbed as to. reject any and all bid. Th. Oty of soliciting sealed bids for WATER LINES DOUBLE D.L.T. PUBLISHING WILLIAM E. NORMAN has mod.,application
.. ; 1. ......-11I11'1I.. according. Lawtay Community Development Office for two ((2)) Mobil. Homes in lawtey. INCORPORATED to the Bradford County Zoning
to .pJtt. ",tthsnen ih "nut Boat 2. Page-*S.autola I. an Equal Opportunity Emplo,.,. Florida. Sid. to b. opaned at tho Lowt., NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BYl LAVERN H. OUTLAW. PRESIDENT Board for reclasslfication of the property
iiemnts off BVvdnirdl County 4/9 Itchg Community Development Office, P.O. REGISTER JAMES R. FLYNN P.A. described below from OR TO CG
"hladiaam Box 418, Lawt.,, Florida 32058. located FICTITIOUS NAME Byt James R. Flynn, Esquire Thirty-seven ((37) acres located two
gWbla safer. ... tit_ 'niqjree and best In tha Lawtey Volunteer Fir. Station on Pursuant to Section 165.09 of Florida of Counsel miles North of Starke an East side of
i fcuUtonftnr cnssnS,.... ttnp fran errn-anca-oF April 16. 1987 at 1:00 P.M. No bids will Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that the 405 West Georgia Street Hwy. 301 In Section 10. Township e
Ithe inUfUjiu Count. Canirlmsusar In b. accepted after 12:00 noon April I6. Florida 32091 22 Parcel
INVITATION TO BID undersigned. Harold W. Epps, P.O. Box Starke. South Range East.
( 1'2. Storke, Fit 32091-0 52, sole owner, ((904)) 9644667Attorney 0209-00000 to be used far Shopping
doing business under the firm namo of for Registrant Center.
Trl-County Produce, P.O. Box 152 ./9 4tchg 4/30 This proposed change In classification
Starka, FL 32091-0852, Intends to Is subject to a public .hearing to .be h.ld

1984 Camaro 1984 Pontiac 1984 GMC Jimmy register said, fictitious nama under the en Tuesday, April 2B, 19S7 at 7:00 p.m..
aforesaid statute. INVITATION TO BID In tha Council Room In the Starke City
Sports Coups4 6000 Le Wagon 4x4 Completely) Dated this 19th day of March A. D., Sealed bids will be received by the Hall 209 N. Thompson Street. At this
:.00aimi$ AT AC. Loaded. 50,000 miles loaded 49,000 miles ex clean 1987 In Bradford County. Bradford County School Board 512 North time all persons, both for and against
'8295 3/2'4tpd'/" Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 32091. this proposal shall be.heard,as specified
549500 419500 until 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday May 5. 1I7, In the Bradford County Zoning Code
and Immediately thereafter publicly Director Zoning
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE opened rated aloud and recorded In the Bradford County
1985 Ford (4x4) F-l SOOfflOOmila '9795 Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. Conference Room of the School Board 4/9 Itchg
sheriff of Bradford County,
) ... "-8, AT AC. PS. PB Mud Grips SPT Wheels Florida Roddlsh.; under as and by virtu. of Writ of Administrative Office Building, for the
11987 S-TO Alachua County, Florida pursuant to a BID NUMBER:7-0505-1 PROBATE DIVISIONFile
Final Judgement for Norwest Financial These specifications and drawingsmay Number 1717CPDivision
America, Inc. of Gainesville. Florida,
be examined at the Bradford County ((1-3MI)
and against' Danny L. Busby and Vickie L. School Board Office., 512 North Temple IN RE ESTATE OF
Sport Busby defendants. In the amount of Avenue Storke, Florida 32091..and ROGER LEE HESTERDacansad
with costs of collection.
$1,442.91 together
may be obtained at that same
geIIt11Ba ilk 'i for a $30.00 nonrefundable deposit. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO
Gusttaflim T Wl-l!on e IBtIiJlTdlaf c--1 Have soiled and have In my possession Bid security In the form of a Bid Bond All PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR

Swrtalln6neStrijpingPoint' )Etut the following described personal executed by the Bidder and a qualified DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
property to-wlts surety or a certified or cashiers check AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
197B Lincoln 4 dr, I.D. No.Y82A8MM8 bank In the
SlliKtJiitmgi R'eor WIndoWIwWllse on any national or state IN THE ESTATE:
:*SS jfcfe amount pacified In the specifications YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
\ Wipers 1971 Chevrolet p/u truck I.D. No. mode payable to the Bradford County administration of the estate of ROGER

*C AT PS. PB Cruise s5 CE141Ae2534 School Board must accompany each bid LEE HESTER deceased. File Number
of the above named
A. tho property as guarantee that the Bidder will not B7-17-CP Is pending the Circuit Court
vTII Slteireo Ca3s.iihualket defendant and that on Monday, the 27th withdraw from the competition after
said for BRADMmO (nuns.. ._,_. ProbateDlvl.lon.
day of Aprll,19B7 at two o'clock on opening the bids, and in the event the the address of which Is DrawerB
Seats the premises of the Bradford the Bidder he will
day on contract Is awarded to 32091. The personalrepresentative
County Jail, I will offer for sale and soil within ten ((10)) days after receiving Stark. of the estate Is MARY
the highest bidder for cash In hand, and furnish
to the contract
same execute whose address I.
$ oo the above described property of said which the IAN KISTER HESTER
179 9895 the required" bond falling 7301 Schwab Drive Pensecola. Florida
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. become the of
shall property
Per Month security 32504.The name and address of the personal
1500 the Owner as liquidated damages.All set
Cash Down or Trade Reddish. Sheriff representative's attorney are
Dolph E. the
bids must be male on appropriate below.
8395 Bradford County Florida proposal forms, properly executed forth All persons having claims or demands
4/2 4tchg 4/23, and placed In the envelope provided against the estate are required, WITHIN
marked to Identify the bid and THE
10.225 % A PR60 mo. Pavment excludes Tax, Tag & Title IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH then shall be delivered or mailed to FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. to
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Bradford County School Board, 5B2 North file with the clerk of the above court a
.BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Temple Avenue, Starke. Florida. 32091. written statement of any claim or demand
CASINO.187.106 The Bradford County School Board they may h..... Each claim must
IN REt Th. Marriage of reserves the right to reject any or all b. In writing and must Indicate the basis
EMMETT ROY CRIAG JR., bid., waive Informalities, In any bid. for the claim the name and address of
Husband make the award In part or whole and to the creditor or his ?attorney and
and See and make the award In the best Interest of the amount clalmad. If the claim Is not
Stop By MELISA HOPS. MOSS CRAIG. the Bradford County School Board. yet due the date when H will became
the AH New Wife. Award shall be based on the lowest due shall be stated. H the claim Is con-
at our Booth at the Fair NOTICE OF ACTION: base bid proposal. urgent or unliquidated, the nature) of
USED CARS AND TRUCKS NO PROPERTY COUNTY. FLORIDA claim' Is secured, the security shall .bedescribed.
TOi MELISA HOPI. MOSS CRAIG BY Jim Duncan Superintendent The claimant shall daiS-
K.w; RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Bradford County Schools sufficient copies of tho claim to the dark
ARE NOTIFIED that an action for 492tchg4UNOTICE to enable the clerk to mall one copy toeach
__ ___ __ dissolution of marriage has been filed personal ....resontatlv..
# against you and you or. required to All persons Interested In the Mate to
serve a copy of your written d.f.n.... ifany UNDER whom a copy of this Notice of Administration -
to Non Eugene F. Shaw Husband's FICTITIOUS NAME LAW has been mailed are required
attorney, whose address I. 925-E North NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
Temple Av.nu.. Starke, Florida 32091 undersigned, desiring' to engage In THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
on or before April 27, 1987 and file the business under the fictitious name of OF THIS NOTICE to file any obJoctlo-
? : original with the clerk ./ this court FLORIDA AIR CONDITIONERS. INC.. they may have that challenge the validity
i either before service on Husband's attorney d/b/a VALOR AIR CONDITIONING & of the decondenf will. the qualifications
errvr or immediately thereafter! otherwise SUPPLY CO.. at number 491 Powers of the personal. representative, or
a default will be entered againstyou Avenue In the City of Jacksonville the venue or jurisdiction of the court.
for tha relief demanded In tha: petltiofl Florida Intends to register the said ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS -
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court NOT SO FILED WILL Bl FOREVER
Salutes Bradford Co. Fair Association DATED on this 19th day of March of Bradford County Florida. BARRED. .

"i7' Dated at Jacksonville FL. this 30th Date of the first publication of this
F- GILBERT S. BROWN day of January 197. Notice of Aminlstranom April 2. 11917.
ORIAN WELLS By Marian McRae 1": Joseph B. Bishop. President. Personal Representative of the
A. D.puty Clerk 4/9 4tchg 4/30' Estate of ROGER LEI HESTER
32e4tchg4UNOTICI Deceased

Pursuant to Section "'.09. Florida Pursuant to Section "'.09. Florida Jacksonville, Florida. 32202
I { 3710103 Starke 964-75OO Jax 282-4322 Statute*, notice to hereby given that theundersigned. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that me (904)) 153-7491
0'wilto Alejandro J. Salaiar and undersigned, Jeans A. Grlffls, P.O. Box ./21tchi1.1.F .

Sylvia M. Salasar, 207 N. Temple A_., .I, Graham Fl 32042 Robert S. Waste
Stark, .... 32091. (alnt owners, doing 1085 N. 41h. Bellevlew, Florida. Joint


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Page 8A TELEGRAPH April 9,1987

. BHS 'Track Teams Do Well at Interlaehen Invitational


The Bradford High girl runners Lori Sapp was fifth in the mile, in
finished second and the boys eighthout 6:01.2 and ran the second leg of the
of 17 teams in the Interlachen Invitational mile relay.
last Saturday, April 4. Terry Kittles won her heat and Birthday Balloon
Tornado Corey Roberts won the finished fifth in the finals in the 220
220 yard dash in 22.06 and 440 yard at 29.3. Bouquet
dash in 49.8. Malachi Jenkins placed5th Ramona Tennant placed third in Save g 1.00
in the long Jump with a leap of the two mile run in 12:42.4.:
17'11. Three guys were running The second place mile relay team with this ad
stride-for-stride in the 440, and of Harrell, Sapp, Adams, and Davis
Roberts broke away coming off the ran 4:26.1. The 8th place boys had 16
turn in the last 110 yards. Roberts points, with Corey Roberts' two dash
beat Lorenzo Varnes of Palatka wins getting 14 of those points.
who had beaten him earlier, and The runner-up BHS girls team
Travis Smith of Eastslde. Roberts scored 45 points.
came off the last turn strong, got The conditions were very bad,
ahead by three steps, and held the because of the high wind, points out
edge down the stretch It was the Coach George Loper.
same style run in the 220 in which .
Roberts edged out in front with SO Other Performances...

yards to go. Although they did not place some
Top performer for the BHS girls other BHS runners turned in good '
was Kim Adams who won the 440 performances.In .
yard dash in 62.8. Adams was also a the girls shot Unissa King We Deliver

member of the second place BHS threw 29'10" and Adams 27'4". In the -* ..
mile relay team. long jump Adams did 12'8'". In the -,- .- '- ,
Angie Cohens finished fourth in 110-high hurdles Adams did 22.4 and
the 330 yard hurdles in 53.5. Unissa Kittles 21.9. In the 100 meter dash Preparing for Saturday's BIIS Invitational..

Christie King fourth Harrell in the was discus fourth with in 95'4"the. Tells Buie did 13.7 and Kim Hampton Members of the Track Boosters Club of Bradford track event of the season. CarksA'L, .

mile in 5:47.5: third in the 880 yard did 14.0. High finish off one of two new shot put pits to be in Working (l-r) are Buddy Paterson, Coach George
The 440 team of
girls relay Hampton operation for this
Saturday's annual Bradford In. Ilildrith
High t.oper.lark and Bob Thorpe. SHOP
run in 2:35.3: and led off the second
Cohens Kittles and Buie ran vltational track meet set this Saturday. the biggest
place mile relay team. 55.5. 964-8776

Felicia Davis was fifth in the 440 Buie ran a 28.8 22.0 in her heat but 1 --- -- .
yard dash in 64.9, was fifth in the didn't make the finals.
long jump at 14'3", and anchored the
second place mile relay team. s.. Poge 9A FOR THE GOLFER Country Club PRICE DRASTICALLY REDUCED.
U ov.r I'/i acres, 3/2. All brick Was $81.000, now $69.000. Large
I sunken living room fireplace, cellhorn.., 3 BR, 2 BA fam room
ing to floor windows-many extras. w/flreploce, range, ref .
. Southside I
Elem. NewsBy dishwasher, central HSA double
tY 3 BR, 1 BA;, .excellent location In city, carport. On larg. lot. Crystal Lak.
4 26500. prlvill .. available.

Iva Jean 96445221STARKE. INVESTORS PinesangD.. Paved *S BR, 3 BATH on 2.7 ocr... Stocked
presented to the
Whispering Pines
road through property. Owner fin.
pond Ig. wood deck 8 On.
Mrs. Han-ell's class is glad to see Care Center for their patio. The FL. many.xtra's.
that Mr. Jesse Moore is well and students presented'them on a visit to SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1 '/ BAIY 71900.
back at Southside. the care center. approx 1400 sq ft., fenced yard 4 bearIng *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from

We're very excited about getting Dana Warren brought in her pecan trees. $39,000. $6,500. Some with owner financing.

out for spring break. We'd like to microscope and students enjoyed I UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX Ex11 ACRES On SR 16 S Morgan Rd.
share some activities we've enjoyed. seeing butterfly wings, a bee, c.llent-condition full occupancy. Seller motivated.
doing. shrimp eggs & algae. YOU PICK THE CARPET Brand new 2 *A SPECIAL BUY 2
1 Central
First, we have enjoyed our intern Students enjoyed the scientific in- ..tor3/ BR. 2 BA on Water NSAon
teacher, Mrs. Jennifer Vaughan, a vestigations we did on air & water. major highway. Plenty ofstorage
7 ACRES with home a barn on 225 In basement. Inovatlve financ
senior at We
Univ. of
Florida. enjoyed making gliders, the Her-
We all enjoyed the presentation by noli plane and helicopters. Julie EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked near FSP. Has many potentials. ing. to 265000.
Mrs. Terri Andrews a dental Poncier & Clara Batten brought in /loke, large swimming pool large EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOME in LEASE W/OPTION 2 story CB In *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2 CH&A.
hygienist. She shared many in- experiments also. lot on paved street with sidewalk' absolutely' the best locatloi" :J BR i Starke, 4 BR, 2'/ BA. above ground pool. Dbl garage A 20 X
teresting visual aids. We learned We are proud of how our papier- Brick home with over 2.200 sq ft 3 BA over I 600 qft !living area 25 upstairs room to be completed to
several beneficial facts and promised mache turned out. It will be on BR, 2 BA, large entertaining area. double garage CH A t 120 x 300 WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart have your own private BR suite. All this
lot cny, water 8 sewer $70.500 Lake w/3,B> MH. CH&A. Close to In. only $66,000.
to take good care of our teeth! display in the BEA fair booth. Many other amenities terlachen. 30000.
Deputy Sheriff David Aderholt's *3 BR W/APPROX. 1.700 SQ. FT. -
slide presentation and talk on mari- ARKECHURCH JUST Off SOUTH 301 Mobile home PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 Fireplace, on 1.7 acres, major highway
juana was very informative. The *DEER RUN Immaculate living In this 3 BR. 1 BA, on I.4 acres families. :2 nice homes on 1 large lot. frontog. $39,900.

students were surprised to learn of OF GOD I 32 ft. MH Concrete pad security lights. 3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP with. well Separate living but close enough to *CLOSE TO STARKE 3 BR home andalmost
the lasting effects I stocked lake. Id.al for retired. Only keep a check on each other
many marijuana & septic Owner will consider financing new mobile home on 1.76 acres.
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 I
has on the body and that it's 15500. *
OR INVESTORS 10 acres Hurry I
leads to;>> harder drugs. Walter F. Montz, PastorWe EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR. over 1300 >q. -ftI In city on paved rd. City water and sewer
EMPLOYEES. I 1670 sq fl home on 5acrtfs COUNTRY LIVING
In this almost
After studying a unit on nutrition, Invite you to worship with us. I Close to new Winn Dixie shopping Only available new
CH A Nice barn 3/2
CB home
on 2 ac.. brick fireplace
a nutritious snack |
party was enjoyedby Attended tjrsery 28000. 10 ACRES w/DW. Excellent condition. skylight and
all. PRICE REDUCED thru traffic 3 1 many extras.
Sunday School . . . loam *LOVELY 21In quiet neighborhood no
A flowering dogwood tree was Morning Worship . . 11 am I Great buy. CB ir city Now only $39 900 We Invite
the school Inquiries On Our Other
planted on grounds for Ar- Properties
bor Evening Service . . . 8 pm
Day. azaleas were Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm

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IIOWCoUIl 2 Chronicles Sunday All Noturm Sings of Jt.u.
9645764link. Superior Quality Homes
..Ro 30:1-22 haVL" Located off 100 South toward
tiLV t at Affordable Prices
nd ter Keystone, take right on 24th
"* Monday
1 2 ChronIcles our Wltne -1p 3, end yP t Avenue follow signs 964-71O9 Hwy. Ml South ...-..33
35.t-19 tohl
: Dlankenship'sChimney 'E5xoJiJSJ"I1tiors Leviticus ve Bhttl DURRANCEPUMP Terwillegar Motors, me
Sweep 9.1-14 ? & SUPPLY Sales & Service

Service ../: b Y. Wednesday Attend Your Church 206 W. Madison & US 301

964-8278 'V lll'4.9rut7'-: Leviticus, Pe nt"thur 4 Regularly Starke 964-7200
StarkeDIMPLE'S a 164 N.Temple M4-7M1 SR 21 Keystone Heights
T Of man '
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:20.34 HURST'S i Community r
STORE eth in him s' StaleBank

Eyeglass"Your Complete Center" Dimple Overstreet & Staff 130 Psalm t-8 c;world,t11at h "24 Hour Wrecker Service" _____) of StarkeSlarkfa
only Home Owned
117 S. Thompson Street Saturday '' 987 N. Temple I Avenue
103 Edwards Road 964-8588 Independent Band
laeiah 964-8111
9645780JORDON s3.1-12 1 n S' eve ill $.Walnut 964-7130


SEAFOOD AT STARKE For .the ms. K at that INC.

The Best Seafood In Town "Serving You First"a oYr1 m is r COn Management & Staff

238 S. Temple Avenue 441 W. Madison Street o COndtnalEtbr Hwy. 301 North

984-565 964-5237 or 964-6313 964-7500

When No Shadow Fell

Restaurant Seafood Restaurant CO. TIRES & SERVICE4

j Mandarin & Szechuan Cruislne "A Great Little Seafood Place" tenptunm. SMcMdnyTh. "Quality Work for Less" Complete Tire Shop

1900 N. Temple Avenue W. Also Serve Hamburgers ee--= State Road 100 South & Auto Repairs
\ 402 N. Tempi Hwy Ml N.
; 804 S. Walnut 964-8100
96476SIChastain's Scripture record that on the first Good \ 9645283WESTERN gif4-94
Fnday from the sixth to the ninth. hour Ihere -' I /
Jewelry was darkness over the earth By Hebrew l"I,
FLORIDA count thai would be from Noon until three ', DENMARK: FURNITURE
& Gift Gallery o'Clock. These hours on Good Friday are ...,zr
NATIONAL BANK still widely observed as a time of solemn 1 I; It's A Fact You Can Do Better
Bibles, Gifts I & Jewelry devotion i at Denmark's
104 W. Call Street Officers Directors Thoughno.hadowlellol1Calvaryduring.1. .l l ,
those three tragic hours the shadow of
& StaffNAPA I l I i 434 W Call 9645827Cubbedge's
; 9647271ECONO Christ Cross has ever since' fallen haunt

'--- Ingly across the pages of time the globes II is the Light that men see and believe In
of human culture The Light trial penetrates all gloom The STEER -
AUTO Can the shadow of a political execution In Light that radiates, from God and makes the
a Roman province centuries ago have im years of His. Son s ministry on earth the STEAK HOUSE
'1 I LODGE PARTS STORE pact on modem man In the space age? brigniek years of' History gleaming FAMILY Cabinets
Strawberry Patch Restaurant "All the Right Parts Nol Not the shadow-that Is absorbed with hope and promise and faith, tor every From All of Ua.t Western Steer
I In !the dark of man's suffering and tragedy generation Your Complete Cabinet Center

.. I.rling.o.4a.-". Lunch Dinner I n All the Right Places" ,. ... ..... .... ., U.S. Ml South
cwrow tw7 -- N wei ew'? OJ I <- v-W so 1640 \aterSt.. 964-4873
Hwy. 301 N. 984-7600
155W. Brownless Rd. 964-6060 H4-1M1 -



US 301 & State "Worship This Week and Distinguished, Caring Service We Rebuilcr-Starters, CORP. Pharmacy Needs"
Every Week at the Church of Tor Over 50 Years Alternators & Generators
L Lawtey Your Choice Steve & Cindy Futch & Staff Auto Marine Cycle Batteries Mark Mullins & Employees 358 Madison 984-7170
782-3737 1918 N.Tlllllf. 984-8481 814 E. Nona ....IZ -Keystone 473-3171 407 N.Temple .....7.11 -- -

BADCOCK B & M STARTER Jones Craft Shop Allen's Offices Supplies BRADFORD TITLE

FURNITURE & GENERATOR For'AIi Your Craft & Printing Company & ABSTRACT

Supply NeedsHandmade "We encourage to
238 E. Washington Street a Art Supplies a Custom Framing
Kim & Jan Johnson Gifts e Printing a Office Supplies this week & every week"

; 964-5274 S. 301 Plaza 964-7633 113 E. Call St. 964-8tt < ..8..U.1I '

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I Tennis Tourney Horne Entertainnlent Concepts,

Seeding 1 Meeting: Set Bradford Square Shopping Starke


By Mark Frledlln 7-3,6-1 and Kirby Joe HUdebran and
BCT Surf Writer
Chris Noegle are 7-2, 42.
The seeding meeting' for the The boys are 91 as a team 6-1 in
district tennis tournament is at the district. Financing Available
hand, and BHS Heed Tennis Coach
The ladies are led by the number

Jerry night at McGrif Bishop is Kenney set to meet with Monday fellow and three Jackie and four Nguyen players are Sheri both perfect Roes Easy Payment Plan 0 Pay By Week or Month

coaches in the district
to determinewho at 10-0( ), 7-0. Top seed Marla Thomasis ... .... .. ,
plays who in the mI. h''' .
tourney. post-season 5-5, 3-4; Kim Sapp is 5-5, 4-3; and Fisher 26" Console Stereo Television """ ,/ ; ,, r. : ....:. : ..: '
Holly Shields is 3-4, 32. ;
The tournament will be held at In doubles Kim and Maria are 4-6, with uilt-In MTS Tuner ( fItj I '- w r ;::::
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City Wants To Abolish r n

Board of Adjustmentby

Buster Rahn the ordinance.
BCT Staff Writer
Members of the Starke zoning Electric Bid Let...
board and board of adjustment can- Utilities Director Bill Weldon ,
not be made up of the same received permission to ask bids on a 4 f 1
members, city attorney Terence 13KV electric feeder system to be I '
Brown told the council Tuesday advertised.He : II : :: I t tF
night.April e. told the council the system ,
Five of the seven members of the could be on line"in late summer" by N )
city zoning board currently make up acting now. Renovation of the sub--
the board of adjustment. Attorney station should be completed about
Brown says zoning board memberscan the same time Weldon said. l' y
no longer serve on the board of wt +
adjustment because it representsdual Grant Information..,
office holding, and is prohibited Linda coordinator
Day, grant s' .
according to information discussed the two $575,000 Starke :
received from the 1 IrM
Tuesday Attorney grants now in progress. 1 r i :
General. The Community DevelopmentBlock
The bad news is. it is difficult to Grant (CDBG) for housing,
get people to serve on the board of has 38
expended $217,585, or percentof
adjustment, since it meets infrequently its funds.
says Darrell O'Neal, direc-
tor of the zoning board. The CDBG Commercial ,
Mayor Vernon Silcox said he has Revitalization Grant (Downtown) t:.
long felt the city council composedof has expended $135,850, or 24 percentof 'S, f fy
elected officials, should be making its funds. M
decisions the board of adjust Day said both grants are slightly
ment makes. Appointed board behind schedule, and a public hearing -
members, responsible only to is set for April 21 to amend the
themselves can make decisions that IIchedule. Day said the change in the
could possibly make the city a defen- schedule will not affect the! ending f' t ,
dant in a court action said Silcox. date of the grant. b.
Brown said he had not reviewedthe Day asked the council to amend Ir
question recently, but he thinks the definition of"responsive bidder"in i
the city council might be able to the rehab guidelines, in order to

abolish the city board of adjustment, preclude bidders who do not use ... -- ,- .- << .. ..' ,
and act in that capacity themselves.The competent workers, and cited a case .
council asked Brown to in which the interior of a house required BMS Moth Students in Contest.
Compete ..
repainting because of
review statutes and advise them of poor
their options. workmanship.The Five teams ol Bradford High and Bradford Middle School students Third row: The BUS Plane Geometry Team of Ron ZurOoh, Jeff
Brown advised the council that competed Saturday, April 4, In the Region 11 mathmetlcs competition at Moody. Micki Becker. Klristin Pfenniger. Holly Shields.
members of the city council may sit council agreed to the request. the Kent Campus of Florida Junior College In Jacksonville. Back row: The BITS Advanced Mathematics Team ef Robert Been.
on the city pension board accordingto BHS freshman Kim Johnson scored 7th over-all In the individual Stephen Akridge Jason Brown.Jody Brown Erie Laae.
an opinion received from the office Algebra I competition. The BUS Algebra II team finished second to Ed Over 600 students from all public and private ,....... awl senior high
of the attorney general. That Enforce Code... White High of Jacksonville.And, the BUS Algebra I team did pretty well, schools in a 19 county area were I vlt.eclCe the FJC math competition.
situation does not represent dual office Day told the council that she had says Sponsor John Lundquist. The BUS students were competitive, Students competed as Individuals on a -...... written exam and a*
holding, according to Brown's sent 9 certified letters to owners of especially In the Algebra I and II areas. Lunquist says. teams on 10 timed questions. Trophies were awarded to the top three
information. dilapidated buildings in the Enterprise At the right ends of the first two rows are Don Sparks and Cody Bar. teams in each of the areas of Algebra I. Algebra II Geometry, and Ad-
Brown read for the second and Zone advising them of the nhlll. members of the BUS Algebra II team. vanced Mathematics.
final time an ordinance which provides assistance available to raze or First row Four of the five BMS Algebra I Team are (l-r): Michael Coaches for the Braford students are Peggy Sta.. -lIa)'. learner of
for the refinancing of city renovate the buildings. Only one person Becker, Danielle Smith Becky Phillips, and Jane Stanwlx-llay. The gifted students at Bradford Middle School,and John Lnndanist.. math instructor
bonds to take advantage of lower interest responded, and that one was other member is Patricia Hurst. at BUS.
rates. The council approved quite_negative. Second row: The Algebra Honors Team of Cindy Davis. Kim Johnson, The Florida National Bank Starke Rotary Club, and Bradford School
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Fair Opens Under Clear Skies ,I.


"Come on out.The weather is supposed Steve Denmark was bar-be-cuing ment division. Martha Fields' knitted ,,.
to be fine" says Fair Wednesday morning and smoke was shawl was the sweepstakes prize '
Manager Jack Eckdahl of the 37th wafting the smell all over the in the needlework division.
edition of the Bradford County Fair fairgrounds. The Rotary Club sold -q 1
which runs through Saturday, April all 1,200 chicken dinners and yester- Wallace Wise's rocking horse 1T i: '
II,with some 25,000 people expectedto day added chicken-bog, chicken named Savannah won the adult top '
visit the fairgrounds on US-301 livers and gizzards mixed with rice. prize in arts and crafts. Stacey \.
north of Starke. There is home-made ice cream, cot- Shuford's oil painting she worked on '"
Miss Tammy Morrow of Starke is ton candy, popcorn, corn dogs, ham- all summer won the junior division. s
the new Strawberry Queen and will burgers, and pizza, the proceeds of
reign over the fair. Queen Tammy which are going to many local Pyllis Adkins' bonsai plant won
snipped a big red ribbon to officially causes. the adult sweepstakes prize in horticulture I 'jr 'f
open the 37th edition of the fair at 11 United Shows, the midway group, Tish Goss, BUS senior,
a.m. Wedesday before a small is providing the entertainment Friday won the junior sweepstakes ribbon
gathering of local officials. Soil Con- night. Plus, the world's record with her plant. Prt
servationist Warren Carver welcomed fire eater, Phenious Top from
everybody to the fair. Fair Dunellon, will perform between There are 111 booths at the fair.
Jack Eckdahl is somewhat other shows. He does
manger ventriloquism, Top commercial booths were: 1))
incapacitated by laryngitis.Ride magic, music, and juggling, Computer Photo, 2) Bradford Farm \
tickets at the fair will be $1 Kelly Brown, Bradford 4-H'er Bureau, and 3)) Florida National
per ride, no matter what is printedon showed the grand champion pig Bank. Winning Adult Education
the ticket, the Chamber of Com- Tuesday night. Amy Driggers, booths were: 1) Santa Fe Community -
merce says. The midway opens at 5 Union FFA'er, showed the reserve College, 2) BUS Alumni Association -
p.m. today (Thursday, April 9), at 1 champion pig. and 3)) Sunshine Industries.
p.m. Friday,and at 3 p.m.Saturday. Linda Rodgers of Starke won the Winning Youth Education booths
Local fair highlights will be the adult division competition in baked are: 1) Bradford 4-H, 2) Bradford
sale of 57 pigs Friday night at 7:30. goods with beautiful* white Educatioon Association, and 3))
The steer sale is set at 7:30: pm strawberry cake. Noel Norton's Bradford High FFA. I
Saturday night. Rabbit and chicken brownies won the junior division.
awards are set for 10 p.m. Saturday. Lucille Godwin dress and a skirt s.. Page 78
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huge visit this CBTS. "Here in Camp Blan Artillery Brigade, USAR, will also The results !have! shattered: tttae: y. tlessd -.Itena
machines to 72,000 acre
Florida National Guard training site ding they have the miles of firing be here to augment the large concen- usual silence of the range, .iucIIlIIi! .. o.r r: Shop
and for of the ranges they need to test the tration of artillerymen who will be bordered by Keystone. Heights, ,
are gearing up one
largest exercises of its kind, AT or capabilities of their weapons and shattering the silence of this usually Starke and Kingsiey Lake and -AIr M.JISiIIgs oE
Annual Training a massive support equipment under conditions quiet range. 'hoe E'Asr aB
very similar to a real battlefield en- ........
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Muit Bo On A...... Coko. Junior DMlen. -
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spools/Howors. rod: Bandy UndsrhM.coramte .
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Joromy Htldshrand., ....... ...... ......;
Randy Taylor rod; Lori Mosloy.strawborry .
wall .....L.. rod; MaryTnomfoa.
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McKay rod; day WIdtok_. koy. rod:
Roborl Taylor. .....-. rod; ......
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Hasp looter basket.oM: Cale Norman -
,He"--..cat bow SIaoIIoy D.q' ..-
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Stephen F. Smith Customcutting Lucile Godwin wins:

Sawmill and Lumber : ( ,

Lumber Yard e plywood
double grand prizes ,
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4>1 Des XMtb of Waldo on U.S. 3O1 Lucile Godwin was a rare double Horn Division, GoreuntsI4. (
winner this year in the home divisionat .... lucffa Goawln,
Eat Overall .0. '
I/4 Ply CDX 4'sr Plywood .. .. . 8.89 the Bradford County Fair. whit iktrlt luclla Godwin,simoYaMJ-
Godwin who also spends Division, N..dleworka
2.CPrwcutSpruce: .. ... ... ... .. .. .. .. 1.76 volunteer time at the fair selling Horn .
Martha FUlds crochet, whit.
tickets, won both Best of Show for
4x6x16 Pressure T..ec1 Pine .. . .. *17.25Cypr t two garments she made a beautifulrose tablecloth.Ndl.work

1 *.S . *2.00 colored dress and a white skirt.
*<* An expert seamstress she also Girls D..... Vivian Cevlnatoa.,
Cyprwes 16 10 . "2.50 makes attractive and functional red/whit) dot, Muaf raita'a Starling

Cypre** 1x6x123.OO 4682624rREE ',.'- ....II ........ ... -. clothing Mrs. Godwin for her is family.a SUrke resident. glrU/prlnt rod.Mhsc.llan.o..t. trvnda. Starling
DCUVCBT 30 MILE RADIUS OF STARKE Winner... Other winners in this division include dross/strlpa, rods.
Ladle Godwin of Starke won both grand prizes In this year's homeDish. : Knitting:
..at time Bradford County Fair for her beautiful rose colored dress Afghani Lola Johnson,
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i .r. wlno/plnk/ro, whltoi, Judith Duffy '
whit., bluo.
Baby Cap Booties, Sacquo, Sweeter
2-9 pc. sott Lola Johnson
cop/booti./aw.at.r-whit., blu..
Baby Afghani Maria Grant rod A
WINN DIXIE whit., .boys. blu..
Man's Vat Prlsclllo Janvrln,tan,rod.Woman' .
Vest Lola Johnson, gray
0 FFpp AL ladles, rod.Croch.ting. :

RIGHTS STahfpS Afghani Elton Whit., Navefo. blue;
America's Supermarket-i Cindy Weeks. open shell stitch ofghan,
MO .'
=1MT red; Lola Johnson, 'gha. br/rust
yellow,rod; Peggy Foley,ripple afghan
PRlCESGOOD PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: rod; Llmmlo, blu.:Mo..y.purpl.plnk.lIow. Troasa,

STARKEr Laicher multicolor blu.; Pam Scholar,
APRIL 9 Baby Cap, Socque. Booties, Sweater
2-3 PC. Sett Lola Johnson,
cap/bootlo/swoator, blu.; Cindy
"s- blu.Rodgers, cap/bootlo/swoator, multi,

Child' Dross C. Pennosl bluo.Shawli .
Llmmlo Massoy, whit., bluo.
Tableclotht (Best Overall Ro.....)
OO Martha Fields. tablecloth whit., bluo
Copt Sophia Klmutls, co..roy.blu. .
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Ploc.""' ., Pot Holders, Dolllosi C.i.
Ponnesl pot holder,place award.
Miscellaneous Sophl. Klmutls stockings
((2)), bluo.
Girls Specialty Dress Mary Fal_.
lavondor dross, rod.
Ladles Aproni Lucile Godwin rod and.
whit., bluo; Ch.ryl Belcher. strawberry
Low Prices apron, blue.
Everyday ladles Formal W... (I... wedding
dr..., special accession 10...... King,
silver and green gown bluo; Mary
Folsom, black Aft..-., ,.lIow.
Ladles Street 0..... Lucll. Godwin
red and black dress,blu.
Ladles Skirt Bonnie King blue, bluo;
Lucile Godwin,whit.,blu.(Bast Overall

Ladles Sund..... Lucile Godwin,sun
dross,(Bat Overall Rosette) blue;Brenda -
Starling girls dross, rod.
Slacks! lucllo Godwin rose colored. ,

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CHUCK MUFF CORN 1 Dc; CHEK FAMILY In view of the fund that was set up
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1S $999 Alachua General Hospital and the
au $111 EACH S PIECE School Board of Alachua County are
ut 'i' 1M.. TASTY SATCHEL UJP offering a parenting class Wednesday -
April 22, from 7-9 p.m.
Breast and bottle feeding, im
SUPERBRAND munizations child development and
r'HylX,8f11EE IIS1I/EfrpEt7// DELlB..MAR
arf10 COTTAGE dealing with the colicky baby age
BONELESS 7 IDAHOPOTATOES t 1T1 TURKEY'w birth to 12 months are some of the
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$ =i $ 2 16 visor.The seminar is set in the AGH
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I'age4 BSECTION April ft, 1987

I Big; guns boom as over 3,000 troops invade Camp Blanding]

from page 1 .
who's residents have long lived with accurate firepower within calling Also, the 105MM TOWED artillery mentally and physically for the job As the word goes out to the score of one of two types of firing
these "Summer Guns" which boom distance of American troops under pieces will be fired by troops here. of defending the U.S. in a gun emplacements, hidden with a mechanism; the first, a conventional -
out during day and night exercises fire in hostile battleground situations These weapons are literally towed sometimes-hostile world."I convincing new camouflage design, fuse, is set to explode on impact -
alike. a fact that Is greatly appreciated into their respective firing positionby think the public perception of the highly trained gun crews leap into with the ground or some other
Night exercises are particularly by the men on the front powerful,specially built vehicles. the basic "Grunt" (foot-soldier) Is action. enemy hardarmored) target which
dramatic. me.Featured "Florida Army National Guard's changing for the better," commented 200 pound shells, looking like fat has been located by the spotters; the
Helicopters roar through the dark weapons to be used in 227th Field Artillery Brigade affiliated Intelligence Officer Frank ugly messengers of death and other type includes a timer
sky searching out "targets" for artillery the training exercise include the unit at Fort Bragg, N.C. hasa Leifer from the command post destruction, are armed with either S.. Pag 118
emplacements hidden in the MHO, 203MM selfpropelledHowitzer. real world mission," Major Red- directing the artillery batteries - - . . . . . . ......
forest miles downrange. This awesome mobile ding said. "In case of a general through a sophisticated communications Mill - - -
Flares erupt suddenly, blazing weapon has an eight inch barrel and mobilization, our unit will be integrated network. used to have Hoursl:30.5:30M.f: Ann's
with a smokey, fitful light as they fires a projectile weighing over 200 with theirs,thus,while they this image of the dully plodder walking 5:3o: -':ao sal Jo :
arc toward the ground in spiraling pounds many miles through the air are here they require both day and through the mud but this is 50'W.Call Street ,
paths the targets have been sighted to its target, where the force of the night training exercises to simulate changing rapidly. This is a highly ((90)aB'- 5'7 /t Speciality Gift Shop A9.4. t.
-in Vietnam the artilleryman's prey accompaning explosion blasts a real-world conditions. Some will fire technical battleground we will be
could have been a division of North crater out of the ground up to 50 feet on a 24-hour period during their fighting In today,and every memberof Register Now! We will be drawing for a free Hunter gift on Sat., April 18. You
Vietnamese regulars trying to over wide and 20 feet deep. training tests, especially during the these four batallions is an expertin need not be present win.
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I Sexual Battery f ., Life Sentence Upheld L on Starke ManA Ii

Starke man's 25-year man- reasonable. that he acquiesce in his trial does nut agree with his attorney, he however he violated his probationand Lawson was sentenced In
datory sentence and conviction for Hickox was convicted in June of counsel's decision not to testify, remain must make his objection known to was sentenced to 30 months In February 1986 to 20( years In DOC I'
the sexual battery of an 11yearoldgirl 1985 by a jury of having sexual Inter- silent throughout the entire the court during trial, not as an the Department of Corrections on after he pled guilty to attempted sex-
will stand, Circuit Judge Osee course with his 11-year-old stepdaughter proceeding when the jury is told on afterthought." his violation charge. ual battery '
Fagan ruled last week. The victim testified but two different occasions that defen- Hickox was sentenced to life imprisonment II
Burt Norman Hickox argued on Hickox said he never got the chanceto dant may reamin silent and later with a 25-year-
March 18 at the Bradford County rebutt the testimony and he felt when the Court asked if he had mandatory prison term. I
Courthouse that he should have his attorney had made a mistake. anything to say and now as a matterof Although there have been several ;
another trial because he never Attorney Bessent said there was hind-sight seeks to fault his trial arrests in the past few years for sex-
realized at his 1985 trial that he had great danger in letting Hickox take counsel because the jury found him ual battery In Bradford County, the I
the right to testify despite his at the stand. Hickox "was liable to guilty. Such an argument now madeis Hickox case is the only one to go to F1iDVNtTfi.ALL
torney's decision to keep him off the blurt things out that I didn't want not consistent with the law. trial. Defendants pleading guilty or
stand. blurted out, some of his denials The order denying the motion to no contest to the charge of sexual
Hickox said he had wanted to could have tipped off jurors to the revoke states "...an accused waives battery or attempted sexual battery
testify in his own behalf, but Fagan existence of other allegations of sex- his right to testify, if, after havingthe have received sentences of proba- .
ruled that Starke attorney William ual abuse that they were not told right explained to him by tion to 5'/i years.Jim Lawson received -
Bessent's reasons for keeping about," said Bessent. counsel, he acquiesces in his at 15 years probation in 1985 when he
Hfckox off the stand were Defendant's position as argued Is torney's nrtvicw not tn testify. If he pled no rontpst to sexual charges :

I Three Starke Men Arrested on Drug ChargesThree c in9 AMERICAN \

Starke men were arrested eight count indictment came froman buys during a three-month investigation Also arrested last year with the
early Monday morning by agents for inter-agency investigation which last fall. men was L. P.'s wife Patricia Ann BARFor I
the U. S Drug Enforcement Agency. culminated with an arrest of the Bradley. She was not named in the FOOD
three men last September. At that The charges against the three men grand lury indictment
Lucian Paul (L.P.) Bradley, 50 time they were charged in Bradford were dismissed in Bradford Countyin
Noonan Moab Bradley, 57, and TdJeffery ;; County with trafficking in cocaine favor of federal prosecution, according Bond for L. P. was set at $20.000'1 real treat
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Harris were indicted by a two kilograms, or 2.2 pounds worth to State Attorney Gene Whit- was .
F'ederal'and jury April 1. The $60,000. Undercover agents made worth $10,000.
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The Gainesville Clinic and Dr. T. Owen of Jacksonville
I Man Gets Three Years DOC I announce the opening of the Starke Clinic. To acquaint vegetables, salads, desserts and I
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A former correctional officer at penalty. this offer.. ice cream bar to suit taste at I
the Reception and Medical Center in Holmes, a Starke resident, admit- your ,
Lake Butler was sentenced April 7 to ted that he helped unload 326 "FREE" .
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l>pl("6 BSECTION April 9, 19117

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Martha Fields crocheted this MISCELLANEOUS NEEDLEWORK
4 round tablecloth out of bedspread EMBROIDERY ON WEARING APPAREL:
cotton to win the sweepstakes Adult: Cheryl .lch.r. Fruit Spray
rosette ribbon In the Needlework Apron blu..

Department of the Home Division CROSS-STITCH: Adult: Joy P.t.r..n, '. Oe Wise .
competition in the 1987 Bradford Croit-Stltch Brown/Whit. Check blu..
County Fair. MISCELLANEOUS: Adult: Yvonn. Shop
Mrs. Fields spent many hours S.lb.rllng. Leather Belt, blu.; Joy n
crocheting the tablecloth. It is Peterten Chicken Candlewlcklng blu. pRICE-wISE
something she'd work on at times, EMBROIDERY: Adult: Joy Peterten, *
then put it up for awhile until getting Chlck.n Scratch blu. '
t in the mood for the intricate RUSSIAN NEEDLE PUNCH: Adult: Wanda _
needlework. It is her first Chapman Shirt, blue.NEEDLEWORK :: 1t .4M.IlUTk
sweepstakes win at the fair. Several :
years ago Mrs. Fields entered a set ;..
of bon.crocheted cushions and won a rib- PILLOWS o .. Canadian

FABRIC: Adult: Midge Frick, Cat '.. .' 7" '.',, '. Lord
Reddlih, 2 ... a Relska
Fabric Pillows, red. Anclent Calvert
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RUNNER Adult: Franc.. McUndon LATCH HOOK: Adult: Cecelia E. P.n. ... ." '.,
Grn Tablecloth, blu. nesl. Needlework Pillow, red. I :z ..
Folsom, Animal Print Quilt, rd. Ruby Hersey, Patchwork Pillow (Fabric), :' :, : a' .. LTR LTR
QUILT, HAND STITCHED: Adult: Linda white. : : : :.: .. .
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Rodgcrt, Royal Bltm Quilt blu.. .. .. .. "" ., ; .'... 665
QUILT TOP ONLY: Adult: Ruby -
H.rt.y, Quilt Top rd; Franc.. McLn- NEEDLEWORK HANDBAGS "e crr
don.Quilt Top (Display Only). EMBROIDERY-O.n.rol: Adult: Yvonne Needlework Winner...

MISCELLANEOUS: Adult: Franc. Selberllng Mushroom Handbag, red. Martha Fields shows her crocheted round tablecloth Just the top entryIn
McUndon, Chrlitmat Cloth red; Youth: LIQUID EMBROIDERY: Adult: Cheryl the Needlework Division.'MSIDINTIAIJ. 0a
Dana Rvddlih, Doll Quilt, blu.. Belcher, Painted Handbag, blue .

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.; Wise is winner in- Arts I o GRFFIS GaS'0 Crown Seven ,, Thompson Old IZ ytT Jaymes 8.

Wallace Wise made this rocking !iCOMMIKIAk,INDUSTtlAtJAX .
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school in Savannah GA to learn a e 771-4340 '...1...,., a4! 1.7.5
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Wallace named the rocking horse 964-772 oi;:.tf
Savannah, after the town where he ..- 0"

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Savannah in the Adult competitionof ,
the Arts & Crafts Division and

A won the sweepstakes ribbon. EAGER TO SERVE YOU .
Shuford, the daughter of
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won the Youth Department OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771

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with an oil painting. CALL or COME BY TODAY! Keystone Heights 7 Days A Week 473-9727
who attends the Oren
Stacey, currently
SFCC Starke Center, paints a good 100 Yds North 100 on Hwy 21 NorthGERALD

deal, especially in art classes. It
took her most of one summer to
paint the winning entry which she
thought too small to stand a chanceof

winning.BEST K
li OVER-ALL ROSSETTE (Adult Division
). Wallace Wise.

___M_ ). Stacey Shuford. ___
Arts & Crafts Winner... OIL PAINTINGS-Adult- Norton, _
Seascape, blue; Lenoyce Edwards,
: Linda Wise poses with Savannah, Wolves, blue; Lynda Sullivan, Dog, red.
I' the rocking horse built by her hus- Youth: Stacey Shuford, Plantation Scene,
band, Wallace, who currently Is in blue.
Indiana. See Page; 78

.1 County. Fair I jSct Im _

7 p.m. and 9 p'm.: : Phenlous Pop.
Dave Huston in concert, two shows.:
{edule for the fair Thursday- 7:30: p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and

Saturday: FFA swine sale.Saturday .

Thursday, April 9: April 11: LJ

Noon: Fair exhibit building opens. B a.m.: Open Horse Show, Brad-
.3 p.m.: Midway opens. ford and Union County Riding Clubs, :
1 p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and in the Bradford Roping Club Arena. -
FFA Steer Show. Noon: Fair exhibit building opens. n -
7:30 p.m. and 9:30: p.m.: Gospel 3 p.m.: Midway opens. 71.'IJhI --- -- =
night, two shows, WSTLG Radio 8 p.m.:: Beef breed sale. ---
presents: Wendy Bagwell and the 1 p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and ,- -
Sunuters. FFA steer sale. A
1 p.m.: River City Two Steppersand
Friday, April 10: Cloggers.
Noon: Fair exhibit building opens. 7:30 and 9 p.m.: Phenious Top and
Noon-5 p.m.: Children and Stu- the Fabulous Pop Top Cabaret. $ A1[ -
dent's Day, free admission through 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.: Country and -
12th grade. Rock and Roll Night, two shows, I
1 p.m.: Midway opens. "Justin Tyme Band.:" ----

. How's the Family.. I AS CASH .-

By Rev.Ed KIrkland

I want to address a very special news every day. Instead, if they live CHEST FREEZER 13 cu. FREEZER
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sung hero s" of the family. I'm talking give them a special day with grandma Compact Freezer With Width -
about all of you who are grand- and grandpa. Just you and the Textured Steel Door p
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parents. You're the ones who can
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home. You can actually put nice thank me later). II .. Twin Baskets JIW
things out on the table without wor- If they live far away, plan trips to
rying if they will survive. see them, if that's possible. In the 1-11
Still, many of you are wondering, meantime, write lots of letters to $50 if lOAF
"What Is my role now?". You may the kids because they love to get i11H
have lots of questions and even some mail addressed just to them. Insteadof $198
doubts about your significance to calling and talking to your
since children are no children for 30 minutes and just saying .
longer at home. And this may be hello to the kids, calf just to
especially true if your children and speak to them.
grandchildren live far away. Also, send them packages. Not GENER&LELECTBIC
Let me share some observationswith big, expensive gifts, but just some
you.These come from both personal little things You'd be surprised how ; GIBSON
experience, as well as, watching much it means to them. These typeof j V _
other families respond to things say to them, "I'm Impor- SIZE
grandparents. For one thing, makean tant to grandma and grandpa, they t ,"
effort,in fact,a determination,to love me." Also, it puts you rating FREEZERAPARTMENT
stay involved in the life of your fami right up there with Sesame Street

ly. You have a great deal to give and Cosby. sr Temperature Monitor
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wisdom. The you You've experienced
accept them as adults now and portance. If fail to
change all your life. you
treat them as such.Gone forever are
relationship, your
assume that new
the days when you could "demand"their will up to $75 $60
f obedience. But, that doesn'thave grandchildren Just kids who come ver

to be a bad thing. In fact,it can on strangers.the holidays. To them, you will
be wonderful. It frees up your rela- something past, distant
tionship to build and grow like it and represent cold. OFF OFF
never could have before. I think the changes and
But,if you accept
you'll find your kids wanting your Involved In their lives, you can
wisdom and advice but as a friend. get in the world. 'J fIe Sacure1
make all the difference Sane ) :
Be there to help when they ask for it. They won't be strangers in your Suen9al

Also,your grandchildren need you home. And, they won't dread goingto
to be involved in their lives. The terrific house,they will want to know \ iii
your .
thing about this is that you don't when they can come back. Why not
to be important -
have to do" anything put the paper down,give them a call
want to know ,
?; to them.They you and either make up a package to
'I love you and spend time with you send them or go get some ice cream
just because of who you are. You together Either way you'll be a hit. roue
have so much to give them. Things Don't let these days slip by, you've ..
listen and
like taking time to play still got work to do.
I. when parents sometimes .fail. Reinforcing Rev. Ed Kirkland I to pastor of the
o their importance to you Klngalty Lake Baptist Church at .
and just generally helping them
Klngtlty Lakt. To have a question
to feel good about themselves.But GASOCCXTM
learn -
) ,to haM an affect on them,you about may call your Mt family office answered at S33-201S you or COMPANY 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 I

must stay active in your grand- writ to: How' The Family?,
children's lives. I'm not suggestingyou Klngtlty Lake Baptist Church 1337
should be there for breakfastand Seminole St.. Starke, FL 32091.
leave after the eleven o'clock

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I Horticulture winners have the green thumbs at Bradford County Fair i

Phyllis Adkins is the adult winner Phllodondrom Martha Todd, h.ortl.af
in (he horticulture competition In the totom bluo.Synagonlum. Flowering Houseplants: Dlann Wmtcott blue; Bobby W_.
Bradford County Fair with this bonsai (Arrowhoad-Emorald Begonia ICR S.B., Saxlfroga blue; n.Horticulture. blue; W. Wastcott. blu*.
plant. Vovott! ): Corrin., Tyson yngonlum, r.d; ors ICR, Angelwlng Begonia blue: ICR. R. Miscellaneous Cactus: Joy Joiner
Mrs. Adkins trains the bonsai Barbara Harrington palntod lady r.d; Begonia-Helen Teupel blur LCI, Curly fishhook, blue; llonnie: Roberts, white
riant, about 2Vz years old, by trlmm- Barbara Harrington goovefoot red. Kidney red; LCI, Beef Steak, red; LCI, bunny..*. blue: Rhonda Nettle, gold
ng it into the desire shape. She also Col. .. Edna Norton chlck.n gliiord Marlon Louise, blu.; LCI, Ren.-Frosty tar, blue: Alyson Dugdale. Madagascar
tad several other plants in the hor- r.d; Edna Norton coleu r.d, rod. I Dwarf, red; LCI R... Iron Cross, blue; Palm blue; Brian Dugdale.Old Mao cactus .
iculture show. Miscellaneous Marcia Brown I...- -V gw44I LCI, Sir Percy blue; LCI. Marorla| Daw. blue Jessica Marshall. Old-Ledy.
Mrs. Adkins joined the Vo-Tech gr..n, blu.; Marcia Brown, l...-rad, blue; LCI, Maple Leaf red: LCI Guinea blue: Greg Marshall double wl-.,.*.
:Center's:: agriculture course to learn blu.; Donna Wad., nautlocolyx, blua; Wing blue: LCI, Thurstonll blue: LCI blue; Kin bo Wood.,mammallari.blue
how to operate a large greenhouse Brenda Thompson croton, blue; Jam.* ttl Skeetar. blu. LCI, Wooly Bear blue; Tim Manning single owl.*,... blue:
for commercial purposes. Polham, wooplng fig blue Crag LCI, Finger Leaf blue; LCI SemperFlorensRvd Lonny Adkins. y.llow fish hook. red:
Moybon rubber tr.., btuo; Gr.g Pearl, r.d; LCI, R... His Mo- H Sh.lby Aakln. mommalfarl alb., .....;
this jade plant won the youth Maybon, moronlho, rod; Jlmmle Thomp- |esty, blu.; LCI S.mp. Albo.-CoIIaIRy, Corrine Tyson whit. bunny.... blue.
sweepstakes ribbon in Horticulture ton Benjamin fkui, bl...; Edna Norton, r.d; LCI, St,. Geranium blue. Miscellaneous Succulent: Brenda
competition for Bradford High path,r.d;Martha Todd,llcui, r.d:Mar Correctional Classes Orchid LCI orchid Thompson hoya white; Brefida Thompson
senior Tish Goss, 17, of Brooker. tha Todd, dorantha r.d. blue; LCI. orchid blue hoya vor., blue; Barbara Harrington
Miss Goss, the daughter of Raiford Scheffelerat Tracy Brodloy, Did. Umbrella Correctional Cless.-Misc.'Ion.ousi oxtongue, blue: Todd P"' _.
doss of Brooker, is an FFA member Troo? ...t In Clan. ICR Sultana, blue; ICR Acalypha, b!-'., tapella. red; Barbara Harrington,
it BHS. It is her first win in the fair Correctional daises Plloat ICI, ... ICR geranium blue; ICR columnea hlrto rosary wine, whit.; Jame PelflonB.
ompetition. Miss Goss also entered nerve, blu.. red: ICR alligator plant Best In tapella-burro's tail blue; Walt
several cactus plants in the hor- Correctional Cia.... Popporomlai Class: ICR Impatlen Sultana blue; LCI, Westcott, agave, albino century whit:
(Iculture: competition. LCI. P. coporata blur 1CI, P. bridal vail, blue LCI, purple passion Barbara Harrington string of pearls.
hederaefolla bluo.Correctional r.d. red: Sonya Meyer, .....11.* backbone),
Begonia: Donna Wad, begonia, blue whit.: Barbara Harrington devil'
Non-Flow.ring Houseplants: Cia....-Coleus: ICR, col- :
lablator. Edna Norton red waxleof begonia, red. backbone, red; Mindy Reynolds.gosteria. .
Dleffenbachla (Dumb Canei u.r.s Miscellaneous! Donna Wad., coral blu.; Rhonda Nettle, ......_ie:
.t.phanl. Hugh.., blu.; Barbara Ha,,. ICR llcui benjamins,
plant lilted twice: Jan Norton, hybrid blue; Sheila Wilkinson, howinthia -
blu. ICR Chin...
nylon, blua.Dracaenlat. evergreen, '
r geranium white: Edna Norton reinwardtia, red.
Donna Wad., compacta aglan.mo, blu.; ICR screw pin. Pan
periwinkle, blu.
.I li .; Jam. Pelhom, gold dust blu.; danac.a., r.d; ICR rubbor plant blu.; rose, blue; Jan Norton: Edna Norton, wan
mini-rose. Best
".nda Thompson, rad-adgod red; LCI pony-loll palm blu.: LCI Hojodo In Class, blu.; Edna Norton Jerusalemcherry Winner...
junky Fr_.., warnecky, r.d. Coro.on-Anthynum, blu.; LCI, Helxlne whit. COMMISSARYFOOD
Pllaa L.A. Tatum. baby loan, r.d. Solelrollil-Boby Tear, blu.; LCI climbing TIsh Goss won the junior
onion blu.; LCI, vor. wax Alg. Ivy Horticulture Winner... Cactus & Succulents: sweepstakes ribbon in the Horticulture STORE
bluo; ICI Ctenonthe-Peoeock blu. Division with this Jade SR 225 at US 301 lawtey
Adkins' Aloe Sonya Meyers, red.
Phyllis bonsai plant won ogave plant. 782.3017
Correctional ClasScheffeleroz ICR,
the sweepstakes ribbon In the Hor Sonya Meyers, aloe, red,
Brassara Correctional Scheffalera Clone.blu. ticulture Division. Bromellad: Mallna Davis, Earth Star, Tyson Kal. Panda blue; Martha Todd FREEZER SPECIAL
Dracaonlat ICR blue;Tlsh Go*,tricolor bromellad red. Flowing Kalxncho, blu .
Marglnata Trl-Dr., r.d; ICR, Marglnala Miscellaneous ICR Colath.a Conclnna Christmas Cactus Edna Norton 19.95
Crown of Thprnst; Kasey Ford, red
Gr..n, blu.
blue; ICR rubb.r-tr. ficus, blue; Christmas Cactus, whit. Walt W..tc..... blue Delia INCLUDESI
Phllodondront. ICR flddl. I.af phil., LCI. Ming aralla Best In Close Bat In Kalencho Marcia Brown blue; Mln- red; Sheila Wilkinson; blue;Rosanburg.Stephanie I Cut Up Fryer I Whole Fryer
blu. Show blue. dy Reynolds. .etosa blue; Corrin. Hugh.., blue; Tim Manning blue; 10.1 Ib Bacon I pkg. Cube Steak
llb.y.S..aks. 10 Pork
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Arts and Crafts winners at the county fair OTHER Steak .SPECIALSSirloin . ,,,. 2.89
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Pork Chop . . ,,,. *.99
NEEDLEPUNCH: Adult: Sylvia Ak., blue; Brenda Starling Chicken In DOLLS: Youth: Cyndy Week, Pair of Fronds McClendon bucket white. 3 Down Ribs . . Ib. *.99
Clown bluo; Wanda Chapman Unicorn Basket, red; Sophie Kimutii, Crochet Doll., blue; C. E. Pennesi, Crochet Doll Youth: Ray Padgett, Latchhook Bacon . . Ibpkg 01.39
blu.. Chick In Egg white; Francis McClendon red.WATERCOLOR Balloon, red; Diane Newham Wooden Ground Chuck . ,,,. *.59
EMBROIDERY: Adult: Joan Beardon. Punch Bottle, white Youth: Heather PICTURE: Adult: David Wall Hanging red.PHOTOGRAPH T.Bon* Steak . each ..89Rlbeye
Balloon, blu.; Denlj Moor, Counted Norton Soft Sculpture Sack of Tot..., Harper Abstract Scene, whit. Youth: : Adult: Dorlene Godwin Steak . . _.69
Cro...Stitch, r.d; Cindy Nugent Moth.r blu.; Randy Taylor Hanging Garden* of Christie Rodgers, Watercolor Snow Family Photo blue. Chicken
& r.d Babylon blue.CERAMICSStalned. WOODEN ITEMS Adult Whole Grade A '''. 63'Roiled
Daughter ; Joy Petersen, Pineapple Scene blue.PLACEMAT : : Wallace Wise,
Ham . . .... 2.69
Wall Hanging white; Kym Karc- : Adult: Patsy CREATIONS: Adult: Monya Rocking Horse, blue; Darlene Godwin
zewski Mouse Family whit. Youth: Morley, Stained Pair of Pig, blue; Brenda Dunlop, Pair of Butterflies, red Tole Painted Wooden Tray red; LeRoyce BUT ONE TOO Bag of Ice
Shelly Karczewskl Clown, red. Sterling Indian, blue; Cheryl Belcher MISCElLANEOUS Adult Joy Edwards, Cutting Board & Candlestick, at Regular Price Gal 2nd
PEN OR PENCIL: Adult; DottleWllklton. Mallard red, Joy Petersen Lamb, Petersen basket, blue; Punky Freese, r.d; Joy Petersen Wood lice with Cat Bag .t Hall Prig
Pencil Country Scene, blu.; whit. Youth: Kenneth Petersen Country Scene Wallhanglng, blue; Jessie white; Monya Dunlop Wooden Wall We Accept Food Stamps
Mallard blue; Stephanie Sellers, Clown Myers, Silk Flower Arrangement red; C Hanging whit.; lter Walker Indian .Vera w.l.C.
Queen Robinson Lily Drawing r.d; Box, blue; Laurie Petersen Rabbit, red; E, Pennesi, Wooden Wall Hanging red; Head whit. Youth: Wanni Walker, r' Visa and Master Charge
Deborah Rothborg. Pencil Drawing Owl, Emily Sellars, Lamb red; Charley Norman Yvonne Sieberllng, Leather Bait whit; Cobra Can, blu*.
whit.. Youth: Stacey Shulord, Pencil Puppy r.d.CERAMICS.Gloved.
Cowboy blue; John Bozeman Pencil : Adult;: :?atsy : 1 i
Drawing Bear on Mushroom red; Mosley Glazed Basket of Eggs, blue;
Heather Norton Pencil Drawing white; Joy Petersen Bowl ft Pitcher red;
Christie Rodgers, Pencil Zebra white; Cheryl Belcher Vase, white.
Tabetha Contrell. Pencil Unicorn whit. STUFFED ANIMALS: Adult: Fay
Arts & Crafts Winner... NOVELTIES: Adult: Fay Crous. Crous, Stuffed B.ar, blu*; Joy

Stacey Shuford's with the oil painting Crochet Carousel blue; Joy Peterson Petersen, Goose In Basket, r.d; C.E,
I that won the junior sweepstakes Hoop with Chickens, bins; Linda Pennsl, Crochet Animal white; Cyndy
prize in Arts& Crafts at the county Rodgers, Bouquet of Flower, blue; Week Humpty Dumpty, whit.; Sophie Ir. .
fair. Cheryl Belcher Beaded Hanging Table! Kimutis, Pair of Duck, whit. J d r .

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with enclosed garage. Lot included. B Ss.tor.

YEBT = 89.00
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Payments AS LOW AS . Month gg'r

(Payment Based on Income) 1.rLNTI

For More Information See Us at. .


Griffis Construction Co. Almaderi ,.

Highway 301 South Starke _- -- -- CALIFORNIA 1 '
.ewsx cHAa.n
OFFICE OPEN AFTER 5 PM 3 utEa or.'eueauNm'WIN aaee.RHme y .

984-6633 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. 473-3028 -= clxa Almaden. lat.590AUTEPN. ct.Aan r

or Saturday 8 a.m. Noon or = .GOLDEN[cHAUn
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964-7282 431-1039 CASE OF L k:K aw," ? +

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1977 CORVETTf. silver/gray, on.owner, OPPORTUNITIES WAMTTOMMK1HATS '
$8700. 964.7271
or 964.4319.2/26 tfn .
VOUR WHMSSWAMTTOSTOr Cell I-73V4040. N,Plot. Real Estate ColDs9 .
191 BUICK .
REGAL loaded 2000. Call .

1977 DODGE anytime.MONACO JM 4 dr. 9648427. busy highway. Fully quipped]. WATS.. _OMB UCCMSED IN NEEDED at Whispering ErWitleJiJtREALTY
$800. 4/9 ItpdREPOSSESSED 964.6777.4/9 2tchg: 4/16 AI6.i.44I88421O. Floss Cars c-_. 3-11 charge nurse.MHnm .
1912 DODGE RAM VAN OWN YOUR OWN ,...........r.o.-. .. PRNL LPNT needed. EOE.
Excellent condition. ladies apparel. ...'.., ......8WU .......966220, Experienced need on
Can ossume chlldrens/maternity. large 1r.. CJIIWI L_ wuc : ........... F,. Bf to
bid apply. 2/12 tin
payments or
outright contract e5sea. .,.... Mr Tenon c...
donceweor/aerobtc. bridal .
HtttMG .
9645010. FI..t Finance. 4/9 4/16 Pipefitter.elrfers.
2tchg lingerie accessaries .-. Jardoche O-Ta.r.y AMdder.%m-888916.. sheetmetal : PHONE 964-7776
1913 TOYOTA 4 WD SR S r 5 speed or carpenters 1
AM/FM. AC tilt wheel power steer. Guano Calvin Klein. Sergio GlASS Off OMMfc 0-s..krde... a>nwn>ee>.. millwright, prelect ,. 4 205 N. Templ0. Stark,I
Ing with topper $5000. Ph. 473.2375. Valente, Evan Pioone. Us Galbame.Gasoline. etc. JACKSON MMLEHMC SUFTIT 1e---v--. driven. masons. loIIorara.
.4/9 Itpd Healthtex.Over IOOO other*. 94-6am. OnJera eta. tan fte Idle Will"' train. sons paeinam. Top Pay Cecelia fe'
_ $14,800 to 526.900'Iary. training.fixtures Basler.496J0/1and.. K Rs"e1raIMyhra. TreweCentieentel Job Search .
grand op.ning.k. Can.penIS 473..736 2ta"sINAhDYMARk 300X302-37001 303-452-3238 fee. fcan LPINGOTHERSLet
SALES .... .
day. Mr. Loughlln (612) 888-6SS3. mrp..Oy. re" .k.e 7-I2V,.
4/9 Itpd .fie.!* co eelle1te> ...... .....r. OrrSHORC JOTS Now hirIng each o. '< out not only for his own interests,

YARD SALE Women' clothes baby 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLF* SAVE ease,....ie.-w.. a.c..I__. *I5.0OO/J65.00O USA/OverseasI but.. : ie interests of others. Phi. 2:4:
Cell ........B3IJ1IIL.
clothe* a mist 3 mllet West of lowtey 10% Call for FREE Color Catalogue. and .11Mat Work Monthr Home Month! FREE INFORMATION
on 225. Carter'. TV R.polr 3 mile. East wholesale prices. Commercial C man-Will ROOMMCd Ft.. otir.ae.Lbase. Offshore Guides. Sax4c3.1A.
of 16. Residential is.ad pad Larded.. All Biloxii. MS 39S3I. (Enclose SPECIAL
Friday & Saturday until Units. M/C or V4a
noon 4/9 accepted.
Itchg Call I-MO-22S-4292. fee types of ......... ..id......j._as..556 .nms>)L icon 87..28GOWllNMlENT I MORE THAN r YE Newly remodeled 1.720 sq.ft..CHSA.4 BR.

GARAGE SALIi Fri. S Sat., April 10 811. 87.119 or:374-1443 aq.-a1611 t6rdt. JOlt Now hiring In your I I 2 BA, greet ro bock yard. EXTRA CLOSETS, tool shed. I
Exerclie bike, deeper sofa LONG DISTANCT TRUCKING .._. WILL KEPAnt EtEmGCRtATOShee ..... _eev both skilled and unskilled.. For I
baby bed, highchair queen, th/Amerlcan Van Line needs s tm.mtf s.....1b..alerr.de- lip of labs and application. Call SUBURBAN :! rs BEST: 9 acres J BR, 2 BA none fireplace,
sea1 ......311. 12/25 me efficif anted inside and out fruit trees, house,
bedspreads, sheets, towels, Spans __/operotoraf If need training -W'| sse. )3/3a3-2627.: Ext. J3O7. Icon 87.116 energy pump :
pot you
dishes, dinette table we will train You will Pa5SUIIE WAON.G ......... oak.f.luau. AWUWC JOBS; $17.747 to S63.4S9/yeor, stocked fish ( storage with 9' drop, CHCA heat pump. \
carrier 7x9 garage cartop door luggage and own tractor.you.H you don't operateyour have ..... podia, ......... ........... hweI ...e. hiring. Call JOB LINE HISTORIC >.'> .OME Lowtey, on 4.9 acres, completely furnish- I

MUCH MOORE. 7V miles south of one. north/American offer a liULlor Esskna I ._ cal Box 4733112: : '.ST"4993S39> Ext. A-3377, for Info 24 ed 12 x 65 fmognoltas .r 3 additional mobile homes pecan trees,
tbndkg.. '"__ ../.2 3tJoct 4It6AnEIIInON 01 j
Starke on Rd. 100 on left. 4/9 Itpd purchase program that com get you "
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Stove, started for en initial Investment a* LAWN Mowd AND SMALL Encmsr.CPAMtS. SEWING MACHINE SURROUND ITH NATURE:Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal cor.ate I In.r
refrigerator, furniture, cloth., etc $1500. If you ant 21 or over and think: I .e. ....-... 94-775*. 119 OPERATORS: Immediate positionseucnfable. lot. 17 x ... well S septic tank 2 car garage.BROOKER3 '
410 East South St. 4/9 Itpd you may qualify wed like to send you 4sdkg SI7SENNG .Apply now for good pay andbenefirs. e' VJIE HOME on 2 lots. Close school -CHSA- cll'fwal.r
YARD SALT Saturday Apr. 11 SR 16 & a complete Information package. Call BIAOtt.E: w1tL All ....... Special Invitation to former $44.0)(
Ac. dond,.....end e4n,.edL$15...... employees (i* good standing). Profit t
Road near 121 ft UCI Raiford any weekday: OWNER WILL ] BR, 1 BA newly painted, corner lot. 25000.
I Giant Inside and a-clsa.. lor saS.. ..... lon> .'"Il Came see us. Vogue. I
out household gas TOLL FREE your 12.86 ACRES 100 S.E. 24th Ave. A Forsyth Rd. $26,000. ,
heater box cord Stnidklsnrdcarwars/o'9m.Rld.and/1.1/ tac.. 710 S. Water St.. Starfce. FL 49Itodg
springs; organ coffee 1-800-948-2191 -MEANDERINCes 2 high sides, SR 100W, just over the county
Start.94733l *.
16. :if l I
table, exerciser/Inch master baby AskforOept.97 line, well mai icked fish ponds singlewlde on 3.3 acres, high
LAWN SenrKX e.a.aii.nftll.., call
cloth. like new large assortment of Ian 7-l21 --. CONSUME SELLING INSURANCE Life of X dry beautiFISHERMAN
famous brand names Have to see to fiGURE SHAPING AND SUNTANNING 9W-GJIL 4/2 4w*. Georgia has o full portfolio of pro- '
BA frame drive-In
I ,
appreciate. other cloth., recordploy.r. EQUIPMENT OUAUHED NURSES ASSBTAMT often dec.. Experience helpful, not BR cottage, garage
speakers, electrical and plumb. untan salon Open or ad your these awn features figure to or roe ..-....... car. w.l* T.LCHo.sekeepi.gce.p.mloa necessary. Over 21 We Will Train. ForIMerview. boathouse 8 '-. overlooking Crosby Lake Inl.t. CHSA.
MUCH MORE. Pat Nell cewe> 3723686. 4/9 4/30 EGG FARM v 50 acres fenced A crossfenced. 3 BR 1 BA
goods *
Ing -- .I.tlng bu....... 4tchg
your Buy factory
Dickens 431.1200.4/9 Itpd direct. 3122349547. foam 87-124 -.IabIIa. a.asoa.bl.,. raseshcalln.. DEPUTY CLERK POSITION OPEN:Must be home w/otu'T trailer hookups, 4 chicken houses, fully elec-
LOTS OF EVERYTHING Friday and PERKA STEEl BUILDINGS. Display r i.asn.. 1\9IN\ >>96440D6 4 C ltydfrf1L11 abler to type and meet other reowrements. trice Owner I ..t all off.rs.ATTENTION .

Saturday 8-5 1123 Nell Court behind buildings needed In your area.s..w.g.. SarIt1E PAIN 1LAOQ ; please apply at the Job PEES Approx. 7 acres Minutes from prison on I
Madison St. Baptist Church follow to $15.000 8 models. 7ttT313fAdvl..os05pm61.xrsd Service of Florida Office: at 609 North Hwy. 16. Gr.o otter space. 15500. :
up an oomnrar-
signs. 4/9 Itpd clol, industrial 56e.b..xsasalo Orange. Stret, Stark.. Florida. 4/9 ITS THE EXTR -,UNTi Secluded 1980 DW, 7'V ceilings middle I,
agricultural pr. .. ..5II"EOAIl." ...........$110
GARAGE SALT THURSDAY 92. on 100 engineered buildings. All sizes incnoj of 40cos. ing .ooden deck playground equipment. $59,000.UNCROWDEC .
South 1/4 mile from the South end of available. DEALERS NEEDED. .-dioop.c-.t... ......4b* Itod STUDENT COORDINATOR Part-time spr. i cottage 5 lots-Kingsley Lake Village $30.500. I'
Grlffis Loop on left. 12 ft. aluminum 9128962542. Icon 87-127 I WELL CARE fOIl TOMB CHUJaJlliioI.II../ leg and summer position for en- OKLAWAHA plus acres, $15,000. I''
V-hull fishing boat $225. shrubs, luggage ...... dreg !.. ... tfcveiaanc.. self-starter locating families -LAWTEY 4 P .ary, I Acre. 100 Yrs. Old33000.
and misc. Ph. 9645944. 4/9 Itpd yaod.Come see ew eft 310...Wale! SL a* your erea to host European high THE WHOLE eLake ..,OODLE 19871 Guerdon doubl.wlde-Sampson r
SATURDAY B--Furniture, clothes, 1h 21pd 4n. scnoef student and coordinating their access books, tires, crafts, etc. 1221 Johns LAND FOR SALE JIMMY LAWN SCRVKX 10.yeavs serice. law week summer homestays. I
RELAX IN THF THE PORCH, lovely landscaped surroundings! 2
.. .CeM far fce. aaltsea: .94-eS2
Drive off Pratt St., rain or shine. 4/9 ** Generous compensation far compel I
BR,2"BAdoulSUPER > r acres. Close to Crosby lake. $39,000.
Itpd d"CA s d.tairs: : writer
GARAGE SALE Friday 82. turn on Grrf- LOT IN CITY $6.000. Call 964-5764;after YARD JMOMMMG 4BndlMM. ...... laxmrraag.eft..eblle WEST Programs COMrV$2OO OUTH 7.45 ac. 700 ft. bldg. 4 spaces rented ,
fIs Loop by Handy Way. Fifth house on 5. cell 9645251. 3/07 tfn .--Nora ss 35 Westminister Road mo. Tra $1.000 mo. 175000. :
left. 4/9 ItpdMULTI.FAMlLY 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over ..*4 Vmn. 4 C li..pdjLnuot. Great Neck.NY 11020 PRIME EXECU'r 1' ON Ue Jut new cuwuias K0. Mvvn thousand
YARD SALE Saturday five acre cleared GREAT for country ;7e3-NW. l re.recl... ..eparo1730 4/9 2tpd 4/16 four hundred dg. with ISO" on Hwy 301 X 254'd.ep. Parking
April 11, a.m. 712 Bridge St., Stark. living afori Invest-'such-.bile ... -.... espfaie 'eel maas9pa PfP-O NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS fore space for 30 Spaces to lease.
near city park. 4/9 Itpd home park animal ....... ate. Several ...g E.sw.bto re es. f>ee > ccnnier/snxk. person apply 620 S. RENTAL INCC ,QOm 65 x 130' lot. 10000. i
YARD SALE April 11, 9-5, April) 12. 15. money making pecan trees. $28.000 ..*..J-U.U_ 4A l"yd Wdnrd-Stok.. 4/9 3tchg 4/16 36.43 EXCELIE both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance !
lake Geneva Estates, Lakeshore Drive, cash or$12.000 down and payment*of NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Automotive 582.322. A ,n vestment. l
last grey house on right. 4/9 Itchg $230. month. Starke area,call 964-493. Mechanics: instructor sin years experience GRAHAM I 300 acre.
tf !" LOSTFOUNDLOST ir theautomotive held. Must -2 COUNTRY Cl ,UTS $7,500 S $8,500.

"'" ''- .LJ =-. loa efale to relate to high school and .2 LOTS MIMO- o.

AT KMOMOM IAJO& On* ..IsaNusr. adul students. Call 964-6150 for ape NINE BEAUTIF! ,- -unity Club-for development. $49,000.SIX .

ERA FAULKNER REALTY INC. ...........Os.sad.w6r.lkr. __.. 4/9 3tchg 4/16 ACRES-Gi- live Baptist Church Rd. $12.000.
cfcest! I....... dog. ....... hue. epb KXCEUENT INCOME for part-time home WINDING TRt-. acre $15,000.
work. For Info. call
Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 E.G. Call rallied. <*&431l REWARD ssembfy 504.641-8003 ext.9579.4/9 4tod 4/30 PRIMITIVE CM' ..enty acres or will divide $50.000.
OFPE H> KJ LEADING OF fIINONG SMALL CB SIR .., acres 2 wells 3 septic tanks 45000. r
221 W. Lafayatta Str*.t THESE DOGS.MC itydSCHOOLS FORTY ACRES y Club 90000.
opportunities for UN's. LPIs. CNA Snursing
1.37 ACRES-S post $7.700.
students as part of the SantaFeHedifSCare ,
leanv Your choice of days.srnfrs CROSBY LAKt JS $17.000..
pl A areas.Call Wellnes Personnel ..KINGSLEY'LAo1. 1 fats 65 xl30' $2.750 ea.

.. Registry 338-2746 for immediate opponlunine .' ....-."'--After Hours "< .
SEM DCtVER IXAMMCc. .Eam ang b.dls- *. EOE. 3/12: tfnHUP Pauline Rondoif 9646123v I
Drive twg Smdks! D. ws4ca tan WANTED To help with the core of John Langford lser 49622914737S41 !
Local and on.ed ..basstat.nos plio< -_ two mhjnts. .if* Lawtey area. Call '
Co ..___ J .Re.dn.. 783 39421 4V* ltd Anne Terwilleg 47S-2S97
-...... eliaaUa.. i>iu--ei for Sean Randy Cory
clad ad. GwavamMsodl sflwdeMt famnis.Cam SECRETARY LEGAL: With paralegal S ..:-
wad Needednow
processing! experience.
1.aD2'lZ15.. wmtD mnwx
for Starke 1 law firm. Send Resumetor
MASTER. Itaiiiaeirt TianMra; TOOTOO.FloridsL .
P O.loa 1206.sr..... Fl 32091. 4/9
Her OMaK Cmminmn
Florida team 87-11. ttehgj 1 .1


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II I 132 E.Coll -964-4045

Susan M. Faulkner GRI. CRB BRADFORDLIMEROCK tsulld07 Warranty Service Center '{

fl '..;iT! PRESIDENT 51W1301" SOUTH:2 stores for 1 lease 2750 Culverts For Most Brands

square fee and I25O square feet. Fill Dirt Estimate for Repair< /

9648048 473-3627 3/S tfn 964. '. TVs & Microwave $15 f:

964.5069 9 If No VCR' i Stereo System $25

SALES WeRepairSmallHousehold
BtAlTOIf .e9-3 BR. :2 BA DOUBLEWIDE on Iacre OA 4. j
r -. Ids access added porch and Appliances

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS 7823172SELL t.m4yroam.. 529900. I

; Irene L. Faulkner 9.4-5142 446V-BCAUTIFU1 BRICK HOME on 5 i
acres fronting US 301 with commer- J
Lucille 964-1420
dot bwlckmjL. Invest herel ,
Bobby Biggs ''''.ml 415-1 ACRE PARCELS In subdivision. J.:. e. ;; .
Welt. elec. and! septic included. -

or RENTFine 57..2J.h., Acce: .fed Realty I In.c.
MobileHome. Pak..Apartments Office ,

*CHURCH STREET Frame, 3 BR. 1 BA. CH&A. Older Home Building Complexes and other.investments
waiting for you! F i\le : 964-4544
DOUBLEWIDE MH on over 1 acre. Fenced. Large storage] Comer E. CoIl &Cherry [Bal

building. Ideal for OfficesBy Lorraine-Champion,Broker .

*2 BR, 1 BA, frame home In Lake Butler, Owner .3TROUT REALTY < Tn. (

FRAME. 3 BR, 1'BA home on 2 acre. lawtey area. 520 S. Wait. ,4wy 301 South) Starke, Florida] i

*301 FRONTAGE, residence/ and versatile business. Owner] $62,500 .. ,.;:: 944ee"MM. r' .:tts Acreage Waterfront I

financing. --. irms Commercial
CUSTOM DOUBLEWIOE with many extra,on 1 acre. Phone 94U-7U2 N' ? 3 List Your Property for Sale \
HWY 16W nice building lot beautiful tr.... l sr*.MC re 3101.. md discuss It with u*. ,
HWY 225W 2'Acres build home
or put *' *"< ." > I LIVE THE SATISI 3V LIFE Lovely brick home 4 BR, 2 BA formal] i
1 ACRE with doublewide, has 2 nice screen porches 2 | I living and din ily room w/lireploce. CHSA central vacuum.]

utility buildings. Partially furnished.' lUA"I1IE\VSREALTY I large eat in k iI f cabinet space, on 10.9 acres partially fenced I ;

A WALNUT ST. 2 story with living area ft 2 apartment j 411\V.31adiisao : -MNXM.EKJRG AREA 9/2 en 'A acre. I COUNTRY HVIf i1: TOWN Spacious CB home, 1.734 iq. ft., 3 BR.] j

JUST OFF PRATT ST. nice 4 BR. 2 bath chain (link fence SUrke.FL.33nilOTs : FLORILANO/ 2 BA. CHSA 'tot $42.000. | 1
j CRYSTAL LAt([ > Buck home, 3 BR. 2 BA, family room] ,
central heat & air. ". 110 j REALTY mVerei I w/fireploce. r. "g pool. guest cottage, screened porch w/gasl :
VERSATILE PROPERTY with 6 acre A several buildings ... j I grill all on 4 :

eluding office blda.! & apartment. Hwy 325., 964-7700 WEIL1pR. BRICK HOME Vi >R PLAN 5 BR. 3 BA fireplace,CHSA large kit- :
it 1 ACRE has well and driveway. Hwy 100E. i iJr40 315 N..T......... chen w/snock ; I utility room and garage, on I ocre. i

.* 1 MILE PAST HOSPITAL 2 bedroom both, stocked fish j I.... ...............ally : ...Oaons Breher-Gil ROOMY CB HO' :!A, CHSA, Hwy. frontage, appro. 2,200 sq. ftMt .. '
eadaalw.as....r tri.r.aMCE SPACIOUS COt i 2 BR. 3 BA. large living dining area, faml
pond. Assumable mortgage.1 .<' .. BURDe.G irg T_ : J \ ly room, bred i 3 acres.
HOUSE ft 6 RENTAL UNITS Reported good income. Less.. Oy 4..!..So Rgosa' a : COMM- ELu DING M CITY Just RUSTIC COON I Irange I BR 2 BA. large living-dining area CHSA J

WE HAVE SOME LOTS for mobile homes. or.houses to be | 'j etA,""AREA M mart.....- : ts.N6q tar a h.-r, hi. call Inc and di !I. utility ,room on 1 ocre.
built on. ...c'.... : ........ BRICK HOME ". CHSA. range and refrlg., well A septic on 0
MKK 81;..DING LOTS -..... CrTRAJUB. nice lot in qui.CB id. all lor 30500. :
1210I 2 LI*. 1 tA. Hfika --on
LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 bath with large. lovely landscaped I j esss es.*.e.. *.1MM : A-... HOME IN r dR I BA. living.dining-hitchen combo CHIA I

yard. 17 X TV ..... smell 135.000.
.w. PRATT STj 3 fl., OVA ene*.| cete -
*WE HAVE SEVERAL TRACTS of land. ,from 1 acre. to 50 -mime.-_c.8.g..... : *.. .teiaarxtir.SARATOGA | SPLIT FLOOR'" 'J"U twice 3 BR, 2 BA, Great room w/cornei 1
and dishwasher. CHSA, Storagcl
acres.. j sads1 hdaad t.538A00.13NGSLEY I HBOKTS 211. CHCA- fireplace co <1 range

*2 LOTS on Cherry St. Priced to sell. LA18 11.11 PA11s Ap,II I : Fdr plcw I building on 7DOUBLEWIDE
r '5 2 ,ceiling fans CHIA J
.3 BR. BA stove refrlg.
OMC AOtf a LIT lete. Gnh.w.If .
*EDWARDS ROAD. Building need repair Commercial ion- i ........ .sr ...rh.r war e.ma'- : high .
I ea.ee -, on paved
....... : .
Ing. AJtEAt Appnta Wwosd -sf.lOAD....__...__..Lds.S2.Ie SELECTED PROPERTIESLOT
*LOT ON SAMPSON LAKE'. Only 13000. .. j .88008 f.i#3dNis3 Laud ssa-sM1. pnc..'Ieate. :: a...rer- ON LAKE '0 It. by 790 ft. deep Priced on to sell.the water

*LAWTEY '. 3 BR, 2 both nice hou.e with 2 acre Has j .... I .3 ACRES Preers sa 1*/ NeareVVBl 105.2 ACRES achuo, Residential-Agriculture County. $17,900.
.... 10 ACRES In aunty
NABS Wl8. hdswd lee grrfi ***
workshop. I : tOT- Aa.., frees w..... .... 20 ACRES N\. unty., Good water.
... 3*A. &I.g.Iaaax.
3 .
CONERLY ESTATES Nice building lot. 1 ocre. $7.000. ...... 14.09 ACRESi4.SJANOJ.lt. i County pecan trees and two wells.
j V 1sN'S111DI' : .800. : .- Near Graham zoned for MH ,
parcels |
*MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. 2 bath on 1 1/4 ocre Swimmingpool / separate

workshop fireplace. l porch. You must I LAKE LOTS c 09 Available.
10. screen see
4' tfefeAMPTON OAKS Nice bulldlpg lot. oS Roes Des.*.. .ttrt.. o. .. -Ui.cjuDlnlM, Hall 3 BITS CITY BLOCK f' > iheost Section
*NEAR DEERFOOT TRAIL. 2 beautiful acres with Ig. oak. 2 j PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED HWY 301 SOUl irate parcels. Good business location
BR bath C/B / UMiAny HWY 301 SOUl ear Earlton leach 210 ft. highway frontage.
1 house. Ig. porch 3 utility buildings. JUST
"'Ocoao :.......... f 15.000 ft. floorpace.. Priced Right.
REDUCED to $35,000. a. 11ra rh. ... .-. '.. '.... 14.5Ci" Sa.fd'3.r4' A..U.M. COMM BLOC. 'ox. sq.

t IMMACULATE 2 BR, 1 bath nestled under beautiful Ig. oak I Senior :':' Dncou* RoMrCho, Fro.Advice *. NOTARY SERVICES-

on approx. 3 acres, has small creek.'metol barn & dog pen*. j .e-- Ca1196'-.i -_.. TO WORK fOR YOU I III I
__.. arvr_..___ sa..o.wr.wF"f .
*7 ACRES IN LAWTEY Buy all or plit. '

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I Starke- Want Ads Keystone. Heights Want Ads 'II I


patient. Motor female. Non-imok, Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. endorsed by Edward Van Halen. 1 yr. 473.7566.4tpd 3/26-4/16 to the Lake Region Monitor office length. Each worn once. One size 11,
mutt have references. 964-7061, Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone old"Stryker"with Hot Seymore Duncan MOBILE HOMI -2BR. 1 1BA close to town. In writing and paid In advance $75 and two size 13/14 $55 and $63.
964-8791, 964-7518.41" Itchg 964.7498.9/16 tin pickup and case $250. Also one $235/mo. $150 deposit.473-2730.4tcng unless credit It already establishedwith 473.2451. Itpd 4/9.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 "Focu." model w/hardshell COM 4/2 4/23. this office.MONITOR HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLER excellent

MOBILE HOMES BA apt. For more Information Call Lake $300. Regularly$370 and$520 at musk 2 BR. IV IA MH, Clean MH $225 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD condition. $200. 4734558. Itchg 4/9.
Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity tores. Perfect condition Call 964-4303 month. 413.2566,1/2 2tchg 4/9 per RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SEARS WATER SOFTNER like new. $100.
FOR SALENEW Housing 6/7 tfnchg or 473-4380, ask for Mark. 2/26 tfn CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 4737757. Itchg 49.YARD .

per night From$35 per week.Discount $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn BR home with 1 acre, furnished-week. Classified d.adlln.l.l1:00 a.m. priorto SALES
4 USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy off.red for CHEVY 44. PARTS ',01, call collect
Wells ASW longer term. Apply In person ton. anything you ly or monthly Thursday publication
at Mobil. Homes, 964.6407or Magnolia Hotel Walnut St.across n.ed -Axles, front or rear auto 9042464160. 4/9 tfnchg Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50
964.6408.8/14 tfnrw SALE ,
GARAGE Keystone Kampers articles
from Post Office. TF tronsm., transfer cases 2 different then 15 cents for each word thereafter
1985 CHAMPION REPO. 14x70. SW 3 BR, from several families, T.V., air
APARTMENTS FOR RENTS Newly types; spring lift block, big U bolts MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
2 BA, larg. living room. Financing decorated everything furnished laundry Call 9645812. TFce conditioner bike, and lots more this
available, low monthly payments Call facilities Sat. Apr, 11. B a.m. One day only. Buff
Included. Video room NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.
Mel 3287467. 4/" Itchg 19BS SKYLINE 14X60 MH 2 BR. PERSONAL SERVICES Garage on Hwy 100 two miles west ofKeystone
Will Measures 24x36" 25 each. Great
accept one child nop.t. cents
LOOKING FOR A NEW MHT W. have a bedroom on each end 2 BA. Call for Heights Itpd 4/9.
.. Palms Apt.. 2313 N. TempleAve. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH,
12 X 50 with kitchen bath Information. 473-7410.1-328-3710 after GARAGE SALE 21B Mr. Mac's. Sat..
new paneling by
Starke 32091. 5/1 TF 135 W. Call St. 9646305. PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
window, doors, 5:30 p.m. 3/5 tfnchg 11 and 12. 9 1 .
carpet etc. Apr. Sun. Apr a m. tchg.
PINE FOREST APTS. 2 3 BR opts now HAYl ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. 1982 MOMll HOMI homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
Terms available. Call 14x56. skirting,
4681323. 2/12 avail. Call 9.5, Man thru Fri. 9646312. Delivery available. 7 miles west of central ..tlmal... Coll Rob 4733590. 3/5 4/9.
TFN deck A/C. power pole, furnished GARAGE SALE Giant 3 family yard
1/8 tfnchgWAREHOUSE Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Catkins. tfnchg
NEW 1987 CHAMPION.3 BR. 2 BA metal STORAGE for 9648356. 11/13 and many extras. Financing LAWN MOWING sale. Twin headboard bike, washer,
rent tfnchg Trimming edging.
lap siding shingle roof fully carpeted available. 4733452. Itchg 4/9. dresser 2 coffee tobies, kid's table ft
by the month. SxlO to 10x20. 10x10. HALF PRICEI Save 50%11 Best, largeflashing FREE PHONE Call The lawn Barber 4733590. FreeEstimates.
5% down. Call George 328-7467. 4/9 IN CREDIT New 24X44, chairs, vacumn cleaner 2 stereos,
$35 per month. Call Ron Denmark arrow sign$2991 lighted non- 3/5 tfnchg
1 3BR, 28A. 14995. Set 8 delivered. waterbed ,
Itchg up mattress, planters xmas
9647071. 1/15 tfnchg arrow $2891 Unlighted $2491 Free Letters DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION (truck
TIRED OF PAYING RENT? do Uncle Roy's. Ocala. 351-8514. 4tchg trees, lots of nice children & adult
yourneighbors LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16, close toprl.on. See locally. Call today! Factory mounted equipment.) CAB Carpet
feel I Ilk. 49430. clothes, all kinds of misc. S
companythencall toys
Ready for your mobile home. direct: 1-800-423-0163 anytime fcan Cleaning Call 473-7770. free estimate.
Bill at Global Homes In Orang. 1.468.1323.2/12 tfn 87-120 FINANCING MADE EASY New 14X60, 8tpd 3/12.4/30 houshold items. Frl. Apr. 10 7 Sat. Apr.

Park 272.6827. 3/19 4tchg 4/9 2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood.Hwy PIANO FOR SALE. Assume small mon 2BR 2BA. $11,995. Set up & delivered. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOII DRAGGING 11, 9 a.m.4 p.m. On Hwy 21 between
FREE WATERBEDI Uncle Roy', Ocalo. 331-8514.4tchg Peoch ? Satsuma St. 1 4/9.
Fr. tchg
Yepl king or 16i mile from 4681323.
city. thly payment on modern style piano, 49430.FOR House out of level?Call LoRue Leveling
queen size waterbed with purchase of 2/12 tfnRENTALS like new condition. Can be seen local Service for all your foundation repairs
mobile home. Coll Marvin CASH New 14X70 3BR or 2BR,
very ly. Please call. Manager 473.7721.6tpd 3/26-4/30
3287467. Global Homes East Palatka. clean yard, heat & air; 1/1 apt., $165. 18003673140. fcon 87-117 your Ocala.choice.3518514.13995. Uncle Roy's, NEED MONEY Fast mortgage loan ser

4/9 IIchgFACTORY Tiffin A Owens tic Real Estate BUY FACTORY DIRECT STEEL BUILDINGS. HOMES OF MERIT 4tchg 49430.Deluxe vice In home application, credit no ACRES Florahome, DW MH. 3/2.
? (BR.2BA. 9.9percent
DIRECT Why More G.t
Brokers, 964.5065.4/9ltchg 3Ox5Oxl2 $4.660 problem Call Jim Voiles licensed mortgage CH fireplace, deck screened room,
the best for less financing. $225/mo. Unci.Roy'
housing at TodayHousing RETAIL OFFICE OR STORAGE SPACE 600
4Ox5Ox13 $5.56O Ocala. broker. Fanning Mortgage, 1857 fenced pasture, beautiful oaks surround
Center In Lake City. True ft. to 1.600 ft. Tiffin d Owes 351.8514.4tchg 49430.
l sq. 50x50x12 $6.450 Wells Road O.P.. Fl. 244-5557 officer the MH. Assumable mortgage.
deals, Call Today 7550606. 4/2 4tchg Lie. Real Estate Brok.... 961.5065.1/9 Limited special. Call Now 473.2931 home. 3tpd 42.416.MISCELLANEOUS $48.900. R.T.LovornRealtor.13.3254.

4/23 Itchg 1-800-635-3311. Icon 87.123 Ask for Aggie Rolin. Itchg 4/".
FACTORY REPOSt No money down on 3 ROOM APT.. 2nd floor no pets. $135 STEEL SUILDINGS Factory direct CARS. TRUCKS
new homes. Low rates low balances. month.
per Phone 964.8498.3/194tchg
Call Gary at 755.0606.4/2 4tchg 4/23 4/9 specials. 1975 BUICK CENTURY STATION WAGON HOMES FOR SALE
30x40x12 NOW $3.995.0040x75x14
MUST SELL!112 I BR $139 ma; Doublewlde ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 run good, body good. 4 new tires
$217 with 5% down Call 13903969. BR home with 1 acre,furnishedWeek $12.695.00Discounted $7,995.0050x100x15 plus full set of Chevy Rally Wheels. PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA, CB
4/9 4tchg ly or monthly. Call collect $550.473.2195.2tchg 4/2 4/9. Items and antiques. Used furniture, house, one block from schools,
430KEPO't for Immediate Purchase and
904-246-4160. tfnchg 71 CAMARO 350 factory 4 sp, good glassware, jewelry and much more. 55000. Make offer C.B. Isaac Realty
REPO'S 2 MOBILE HOMES for rent In Lawtey. delivery.States Call 2143423668.Icon American 87.126 condition Inside and out. Isn't running. Come see for yourself. One mile east 475.2199.3/5 tfnchg
REPO* 782.3894.4/2 2tpd 4/9 Building Systems $1200 or best offer 4752999. Itchg of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES 3 BR. 2 BA.
Call Bob 1-390-3969. 4tchg 4/30 BR 8 2.3 WHEEL BIKES 9665584.1/9 Itchg 4/9. 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg Must sell. Moving. Reduced 3000.
1 TRAILER electric water sewer .
HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR 2 Bath deluxe furnished. $175 per month. Lost Valley S HP RIDING MOWER Fair condition, 177 CELICA 3 spd., stereo, new tires, BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 $51,950.473.7764.2tpd 4/2-4/9
9.9% financing $225 month Uncle Campground. 964.5760.4/9 Itpd $125; 4 spoke hub caps. $5 each. slight body damage, runs gad. $500. North. Sunday afternoon 2-5 and GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U

Roy's Ocala 351.8514.4/9 4tchg 4/30 DUPLEX Two bedrooms, unfurnished. 964-4720.4/9 Itpd 473-7618. Itchg 4/". Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. 3/5 repair) Foreclosures Repos & Tax
FREE PHONE-IN CREDIT New 24 x 44, 3 $250 plus security. Call after 5 p.m. 20 RHODE ISLAND REDSexDnk young lay. tfnchg Delinquent properties Now selling In
BR, 2 Bath 14995. Setup and 964-8566. 4/9 Itpd Ing pullets Call after 4:40. 7823625. your area. Call (refundable)

delivered. Uncle Roy' Ocala 3 BEDROOM HOME. CORNER WOODED 4/9 ItchgREFRIGERATOR DependableLawn 1.518.459.3734 Ext 11.3339A for
351-8514.4/9 4tchg 4/30 Range, oak chair, listings 24 hrs. 3tpd 4/9-4/23.
LOT CH4A. family room fireplace HELP WANTEDTYPIST
FINANCING MADE EASY New 14 x 60, 2 large utility room large back screen washing machine, sulphuric acid HOUSE FOR SALE 3BR. 2BA family
BR. 2 BA 11995. Set-up and porch beams and elevated quarry tile paint water proofing electric motors, room fireplace, front room kitchen
$500 weekly at home! Write:
heaters Pat Dickens Raiford
delivered. Uncle Roy's Ocala gas ServiceLawn with dining fenced
eating area with pass-thru window to 4311200.49 Itpd P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207 separate area
351.8514.4/9 4tchg 4/30 kitchen 1021 W. Pratt St. 1 year lease Stchg 2/19-4/9 yard new AC/heat pump 53900.
DISCOUNTS FOR CASH New 14 x 70, 3 and deposit required. $390 month. STANDARD GELDING WITH PAPERS mowing trimming VETERINARY ASSISTANT responsible After six and weekends 4732789.
good breed line $600 OBO AKC male -
2 bedroom choice $13.995.
or your 9648073. 4/9 Itpd
edging & raking. individual for challenging
poodle. $40.9668898. Call after 6:30 opportunity.
Uncle Roy' Ocala 351-8514. 4/9 4tchg FURNISHED DUPLEX-Seniors preferred. BUSINESS FOR SALE
Transportation essential. Duties include
weekdays. Hod phon. service FREE ESTIMATES
pm pro'beams
4/30 329 Center St. $200.468.1115.4/9 2tpd
last week please try again. 4/9 but not limited to, kennel work
/16 USED REFRIGERATOR-FROST FREE 2 473-3432 assisting doctor. Hours 7:30 o.m.-3:30 BUSINESS FOR SALE lounge, convenience .
1916 FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDI BR, 2 i mobile homes
PERSONALSA door $250. Excellent condition. p.m. weekdays 7:30: noon every other store acreage.
BA den with fireplace-$30O month In 964.5038 after 5:30.4/9 tin or Sat. Reply by letter Keystone Heights Owner financing widow. 14952003.
lawtey. 782.3462 on 2Vi acres, fenced Animal Hospital 7344 State Road 100
WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. area with barn. 4/9 4tchg 4/30 SNAPPER RIDING MOWER elec. start ft9646972BROADWAY KH., FL 32656. 3/26 tfnchg LOST
new 8 hp IC engine. $450. 16ft. Open
Australian European Scandinavianhigh RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Church Nursery
school exchange students arriving and up. Coll Susan F. Faulkner Broker. stock trailer. $1200. 2-horse trailer Worker for Sunday a.m. and p.m. ser SHELTIE male, lost 4/4 In Brooklyn Boy
In August. Become a host family for Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF $400. Call 782-3737 or 7823857. 4/2 vices. Keystone Heights 4737261. area. Reward. 4737384. Itchg 4/9.
American Intercultural Student Ex. FURNISHED efficiencies 8 mobile homes 2tchg 49COURIER 3tpd 42416.
change Call 1800SIBLING. fcan Inside city weekly 8 monthly. JO LU FORD MAZDA engine and
87-122 Motel & MH Park. 964.8810.615 TF transmission $125. Lon Deville & WALTERS ,

'ALONE" Call BRINGING PEOPLE 12x65 MOBILE HOMEi 3 BR on 1 acre lot. 9648662. 4/9 Itchg I
TOGETHER! Starke's most respected $250 per month. 9644238. 1/29 tin 6 LUG INCH CHROME RIMS 8x15. excellent TREE SERVICE I Remodeling and Repairs .

dot'ng service since 1977. All ageV 'Ins CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS live' near condition. Dale Brown. Removal .
eluding '' senior your work. We have a mobile home to 964.6050. 4/9 2tchg 4/16 .il*Room Additions .j. Home Repairs"

clllz.n..1.800.648.4401. 4/2 tin suit your every need. Call us 2 RADIAL TIRES P-215/7OSR14. used Trimming ,i Re-Roofing Electrical Repairs
about 17.000 miles. $50 pair. 4 chrome '
WE PROVIDE PRIVACY PROTECTED 1.468.1323.2/12 tin Removal
PATHS to find relate, share with 2 BEDROOM. 1 bath In town. $225. Call) rims, 15x8 S lug with caps, $120. Call Stump f Free Estimates .b.rn.lt.n,..
others In responsible outreach ..nvlronment 964-4879 anytime. 4/2 2tchg 4/9 964.4764. 4/9 Itchg Firewood 1. Call Fred Stafford 485-1952 byntor..." .d
Free brochure. NEAR MELROSE NEW 3 BR, 2 BA. 14 x 70 250 SQUARE BALE HAY-Call alter 6 p.m. Free Estimate

PATHFINDER P.O. Box 3250. MH, central H4A wa.h.r.dry.rhookup 173.2620.4/91 tchgTANDEM
Clarksvllle, TN 37043 615-320-8154 ((24 on 1/ acres. $325 month. Call WHEEL TRAILER 533.2474.1/9 473-7097-473-7679
hrs.) fcan 87-129 1-777-4501 or 12827965. 4/9 Itpd FOR SALE
maid service, all utilities furnished. gentle, good breeding Call 9646861. After 5 P.M. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work

NOTICE Reasonable rates Underwood Motel Keystone Heights ,

3 miles north of Starke on 301. 4/9 HOMES Licensed & Insured Backhoe, Bulldozer .

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Itchg FOR SALE nz.trr 964-6182-964-5823.
the Bradford
to County
APARTMENT Utilities and cable TV In-
Telegraph office in writing and paid In eluded From $175 month. Inquire 208N. 3 BR. 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOME with f

advance unless credit, Is already Cherry St. 4/9 Itpd fireplace and garage an 3 acre. c .
established with this office. Beautiful home. United Realty of Tim's Custom II :
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Stork. 964-8447 or 413.3671.3/26 tin Cabinets

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN REAL ESTATE M-XOKI) Mfg'd Home up to 2.128 St. ft. *Construction *Remodeling

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER FOR SALE as low as$219 mo.Call 1-390-3969.4/9 *Cabinets *Tile *Ceilings i
Train 10 be
4tchg 430MOBRE .. ,
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 2 Free EstimatesCall
HOME IN CITY -12000.2 BR, '
NOON prior to Thursday publication. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and bath, central gas heat stove andr.frig.rator.2' 111'I TOUII''GUIDf"VIII: l 1I1 Tim Thompson -f.
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin % lot*, chain link fence. '
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. Florida room storm and screen windows 'llIt,lIr. ''I, urOIlS'tSiort ,\ : 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves.

$5,450 w/ $150 dn.. $63.71 monthly. utility building carport need acu y u '1Im./part-tlm.. A ii
((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 work 964-8392 304 N. Orange St. Train on live' airline compul.

eves.' 2/1216tehg 5/28 Also 1969 Renault $100.1/91( Itpd. Home study and! resident training.
Financial old avallobl. Job place.ment

BOATS o..l.tonc. National head-
quarters. Lighthouse Point. FL. I"J Sod CJ
14 FT.V-HUU FISHING BOAT with 20 hp

1 1o'4fO' electric trolling motor start Mercury.and trailer.depth Ready finder for /r5EO IEO MEMBER N N S C ''t'A L IFlORATAMQ c
a 4
gIoba- 964.8502.1/9 the water. Itpd SI 500. negotiable. ; :

'- 1 1661 Highway 21 Middleburg. FL 32068 ((904) 282-2546

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop 1l

e4 I
1238 Blanding Boulevard Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates

Orange Park Florida 32073 '

Located 4 Miles North of Middleburg R229 NW 28th St 964-6133 T CYPRESS MULCHand


Free air or fireplaceWith PINE BARKYou

purchase of new mobile home HANDY WAY FOOD STORESNow pick-up or We Deliver

accepting applications for full and port-time store

Call Collect 272-0625 and deli clerks in Starke & Union County areas. Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

12 Doublewldes To Choose From *1. Pleasant working conditions Cypress Lumber

728 sq. ft. to 2,128 sq. ft. *2. Good starting salary

FHA FinancingVA *3. Benefit package. 964-6649

*4.Achievement and opportunity.If .
you are a hardworking Individual who would like to w

join one of our fast growing content chains apply at Handy ,QJk z @SiPlszmstQlLC tPJSrVixesiPlsrQJSa '?QJSimSt
In House On The Spot Financing Way Food Store In the Storke & Union County area




You have only 86 days to buy and close on your new home or -Our Special-

purchase a mobile home from any of our' pay a 5% sales tax on Title Insurance, Survey, Real Estate
you Termite Costs Fee Attorney's Fee and other
Fee ,
competitors and bring in the invoice for us to sea. costs.! ,000 Business CardsRaised

we will give you $50 worth of groceriesIf This new tax will drastically effect the offordability of

you purchase a mobile home from us. we will housing and have far-reaching effects on our economy. Letters, Black Ink

give you $500 worth of groceries. Pleas write or call your legislator today to express your

concern about this additional taxation on all services. $1895plu..ta"

Sales taxes have currently Increased from Call 964-5764 Ask for Ella

"There's A World of DifferenceAt 2544000000.00 In 1981'to $5.304,286.531.59 in 1985 or a

Global" Q. 108V4 % Increase In 5 years.


473-4816 110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764 '



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10 SECTION ,April. 19111

I, Rogers Norton Big Winners In Home Division at County FairLinda


Rogers was the big winner HOME DIVISION OKRA: Beverly Bryan, white. CAULIFLOWER: Beverly Bryan, red. .
in the Baked Products of the Home TOMATOES: C. E. Penned blue; Lyn.
Division at the Bradford County do Sullivan blue; Edna Norton, blue;
'Air Beverly Bryan, red. BERRIES Edna Norton, wild blackberries -
Linda Over-All Rossette: Linda SWEET POTATOES: Beverly Bryan red. blue; Beverly Bryan, blueberry
put a beautiful decoration in Adult blue; Ramona Hughes, black I
Rodgers Division SQUASH: Baverly Bryan, blue raspberry,
strawberry theme on her layer Best Over-All Rossette: Noel Norton, PEAS: Brenda Starling, blackeyedpeas blue. if
cake, which she says she did to stay Youth Division purple; Edna Norton zipper cream PEARS: C. E. Pennesl, bartlett pears, k
busy when
a class of hers was blue; Edna Norton, bartlett salad
canceled.For peas, red; Beverly Bryan, blackeyed pears,
peas, red.SOUP red; Beverly Bryan, pears, red; Joy UNdI
her skill Linda was awarded CANNED PRODUCT MIX: Beverly Bryan okra S Faulkner, pears, white
the Best Overall in the adult divisionof tomato gumbo, blue.MISCELLANEOUS PEACHES: C. E. Pennesl, white

the competition. Best Over-All Rossette: Beverly Bryan, : Lynda Sullivan carrots peaches, blue; Beverly Bryan peaches,
blue Edna Norton solid white
Adult Division ; pack pumpkin
Noel Norton put all her skill into a Best Ov.r-All Rossette: C. E. Penneil. blue; Beverly Bryan, peanuts, APPLES: C. E. Penned, Spiced Crabap-
batch of browmes and it paid off with blue; Wanda Chapman pumpkin blue; pie, red.
the Best Overall prize in the Baked Brenda Starling, shelley beans, red MISCELLANEOUS: Ramona Hughes,
Goods Home Division at the Brad- CLASS I VEGETABLESBEANS GREENS: Edna Norton, collard greens blackberries, blue; Edna Norton,
ford County Fair in the youth division. with ham blue; Maude E. Magee blueberries, blue; C. E. Pennesl, cherries
: Beverly Bryan, blue; Joy mustard greens, blue; Beverly Bryan, white.
Faulkner, blue; Wanda Chapman, blue;
Noel was suprised to win and .iustcouldn't greens .
Brenda blue
Starling ; Lynda Sullivan, ir
BEETS: Beverly Bryan, blue
keep a big smile off her face
red; Edna Norton, red; Ramona Hughes,
ONIONS: Beverly Bryan, blue.MIXED
when she found out the results of the red; C. E. Pennesl white
: Beverly Bryan.
competition. CORN Beverly Bryan. red
carrots & bluer
paon '
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ONTROL.rwwwcr ,
SALE Pretty Cake...

This cake decoration won Linda Rogers top prize In the baked good
competition at the Bradford County Fair.

Hundreds& Hundreds of the most CLASS 111-PICKLES FIGS: Maude E. Magee blue: Marge

BREAD 4 BUTTER: Morbo Whittle, Ettman. red.STRAWBERRIES.
Popular non-patent varieties.. : C. E. Pennesl. blue.
blue; Ednb Norton, blue.
3 Gal. Size on Dr. Huey MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Norton, apple
CUCUMBER: C. E Penned, sweet
Rootstock.. Florida Grown I99 pickles, red; Beverly Bryan candled preserves, blue; Maude E. Magee
In Bud & Bloom cuke chips, red; Debbie Broome, sweet watermelon rind, red.

pickles, red.
DILLS: Marge Ettman, blue; Morbo
Reg. 7.99I : C. E. Pennesl, watermelon : Ramona Hughes, raspberry

pickles, blue.VEGETABLE. lam, blue; Beverly Bryan, blueberry,
a 1 : Grace Faulkner, green blue.
NELSON'S FLORIDA ROSES b99 tomato blue; Marba Whittle,okra,blue; PEACHES: Grace Faulkner blue;
I". Fortunlana Rootstock From V Marge Ettman, mixed vegetable, red. Beverly Bryan, blue.VEGETABLES. .
PEPPERS: Marba Whittle, blue;Beverly : Holly Anne Davis, sweet
Bryan, banana peppers, blue. red pepper lam, blue; Beverly Bryan,
j SQUASH: Margee Ettman, red. sweet red pepper lam, blue.
Toro 8.32 MISCELLANEOUS: Beverly Bryan, STRAWBERIES: Ramona Hughes, blue;
FOR HEALTHY GROWTH & BEAUTIFUL BLOOM Top Brownies... green tomato, blue; C. E. Penned, pickled Beverly Bryan, blue.
The No. 1 Consumer Norton this eggs.blue; Marge Ettman, mock apple BUTTERS: Marge Etlman pear butter.
year's youth
Rated Mower division in the baked rings
COW MANURES > goods competition blue.MISCELLANEOUS
at the Bradford County Fair.El OKRA: Beverly Bryan, blue. : Marge Ettmon.
8 HP 32" cutting deck tomato, blue; Grace Faulkner, nectarine
5.5 analysis- instantplant
CLASS IV RELISHES blue; Marba Whittle, hot pep
I food won't burn $249 Key-Lectric Start FRUIT: Wanda Chapman, pear relish, per/strawberry jam, blue; Holly Anne

SOl bag Reg. $3.59Organic . . 5 Speeds Forward blue.VEGETABLES Davis, Japanese Plum, blue; Beverly
: Grace Faulkner, zucchini Bryan, tomato lam white.
PeatImproves $ ) relish blue; Beverly Bryan, sweet MANGO: Beverly Bryan, blue.
Growing (1 Ji Sale. 06995 pepper relish, blue; Joy Faulkner, bell

Condition . pepper relish, blue:Marge Ettman,corn, CLASS VII -JELLIES
j red. BERRIES: Llmie L. Mosey, blackberry
.M m 8 HP 32" Cut MISCELLANEOUS; Marge Oman, |olly, purple; Grace Faulkner Elderberry
1 cu. ft. bag gam". chow-chow, blue; Wanda Chapman, jelly, blue, Ramona Hughes, blackberry
Recoil Start chow-chow, blue.CLASS jelly, blue

99 GRAPE: Beverly Bryan, grope jelly,
1 $94995 I I If Ir PRESERVES blue; Wanda Chapman, white grope,

Sale PEARS: Marge Ettman, blue; Maude E.Mag. blue
... blue; Edna Norton sugar-free MAYHAW S PLUM Lola Johnson
pear preserves, blue. plum |elly, purple: Marge Ettman.
I e takyRa. 11 HP 32" Cut PEACHES: M. M. Massey, purple;
Marge Ettman, blue.Plumbing. S.. Pete IIA
ri Wk Key-Lectric Start

Sale $ 1 8995 I Supplies From

,.r;. Durrance Pump & Supply "
1 4 tc I. 1 .

r We D,1II2" to 6" Wells a State LicensedUS >

301 North,Be4 N.Temple A"..,Storke' 964-706

I Lawn & Garden Professionals Yesl! And any of TF

539 E. Call Street Starke your other graduation needs

PEST ONTAOL Call 964.5745 Union County Ads

Open 8.6 Mon.-Sat. Clark'sH*
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Eunice's Tractor Service CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-
Cub Cadet OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI milled to the Union County Times office .
'Disking ''"- Located In Union County Times In writing and paid in advance
Call for Information. unless credit is already establishedwith
One Tough Rider building.
*Mowing, 964-8230 *Bladework 496-2261. tin. this office.
*Fill Dirt Buy or Haul Livestock to Market *Llme Rock RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

36" Rear INSURANCI AGENCY 25 E. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.
We the Live Discharge Main Street lake Butler, 4963978. NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
Change Way People Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tin Minimum charge"Is IS words for$3.50.
Electric Start then 19 cents for each word thereafter


Model Shown TYPISTS $500 weekly at home I Writ.: REAL ESTATE

Center & with Optional P.O. Box 975, Elisabeth. NJ([1207.2/19
Today Housing
Boger TOFU SHOP has opening for PERTY III I don't have It. 1'lIllnd it- Just
one full time man. 7 A.M. to 4 P.M. ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
DeRose Industries Inc. $4.00 while training, $5.00, after Call 496-2126 or 496-3903, .v... "YOUR
List 81OO oo 0 496-3714 days, 496-3698 night 4/9 UNION COUNTY REALTOR.:' tin
Lake City, Florida 2tchg. 4/16


located In Union County Times Building Repossessions. Coll 1(805)687.6000( )
at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list. I
24' 44' DOUBLE WIDE more Information. tin 3/12 8tpd. 4/30 j
x Full Line of Lawn & Garden
Tractors Available all electric, central heat and In Lake Butler. Central heat and air j
3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Today Housing Center air, private paved road, laundry and much more. Call 4963599. after 6 P.M. ,1 I
Near schools, hasp.,
park playground. tfnchg.2
Shingle Roof SALE PRICE 15,900| NOW AT state facilities PINES SR-121, east Lake !

1 Mason Reg. Price. . . 17,900 Butler, Call 4962366. Two children LAKI BUTLER Reduced for quick sola. 3
Siding BLAKEWOODEQUIPMENT and chg/tfn 3/19
max. no pets BR,2 BA,CHSA. Large lot, only$4 t,500
I 1 Special Exterior Appl. Factory Rebate . 2,000 COUNTRY LIVING 12'x 64 mobile home. $38,000. Mathews Realty, 964-4469.
$165 a month, plus deposit. 10' x W 2/Stfn
.1 Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE 15,900 & SALES mobile home. $120 a month, plus

.' Total DOWN PAYMENT deposit. Call 496-2600. tfnchg.2 FOR SALE
Electric 2,000 CO'* CHECK US OUT Clean rental

1 Furnished BALANCE . 13,900 j home tailored to your pay schedule.
I i LOCATED AT.... PINES SR121, just south of SRIOO In PLANTS AND SHRUBS Located south of
1 Appliances and Payment. lake Butler, Call 4962366. tfn/chg. Lake Butler on SR12I. Call 496-2988
159monlh 3/19 4/9 4tpd. 4/30
Much, Much Morel 10% APR 15 Yrs. LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY Paymentslike CHEST! TYPE FREEZER and hotpoint
1f1J rent. Sid's Mobile Home Park. 945 refrigerator. Call 496-2694. llchg 4/9
N.W. 3rd Street. ltpd.49PERSONAL LADY KENMORE WASHER Excellent con
I i WE NEED YOUR HIGHEST TRADE I dition.$110.00.Call 4962090. I tpd.. .'9



TODAY HOUSING FARMERS & FLEAMARKET J JI work. Call Thomas Nettles at 496-3683. uu ee-PASSENGER BUS. Very
A rfn/chg. 2/26 reasonable, needs battery, good
Mon.-Sof. till I I1 DO UPHOLSTERY WORK. Free estimate shape. Set up for camp'ng. Call
CENTER o p.m. Call Clara at 4%-2952. Itpd. 4/9 496-2430. Itpd. 4/9
Sunday S p.m. .

I, "We Sell Price Quality and Jervicp"ter" North of Waldo Hwy. 301 MOBILE HOMES MISCELLANEOUSREDUCE

t CALL US TODAY. 468-2255 ;12'. *S' MOBILE HOMI Two bedroom 1 SAfE AND FAST WITH GOBESI
r Lake City 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Must CAPSULES and E.Vap "water pills
i 755-0606: .Plus Frt & Set UpI see to appreciate. 6000. Call Available at Andrews Drug., Main
496-0071, tfn/chg. 3/19 Stret, lake Butler, Itpd. 4/9





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April t, 1987 B SECTION Pace II

I Drug, Informant Gets Prison Time

A 37-year-old Starke man was a prison sentence would endanger was wanted for violation of parole violence battery of a law enforcement -
sentenced to prison time for his life. But he was sentenced to 30 for possession of a controlled officer, possession of a con-
violating his probation on drug months in the Department of Corrections substance from his arrest last fall.) trolled substance and possession of
charges along with new charges of for violating his probation, When the deputy saw him standingnear drug paraphernalia when a pipe anda
resisting arrest. with a consecutive 30 months for the car talking to two women small quantity of crack cocaine
Willie Clarence Baker testified resisting arrest with violence. Baker jumped into the back seat andthe were found in his pocket at the time 9I 9Y
that his role as a paid drug infor- In February Baker wrestled witha deputy grabbed the car door as of his arrest.
mant already has brought threats sheriff's deputy in the back of a the car was driving off. Baker was Baker's prison time will be followed -
against him since his arrest.- He said moving car to avoid arrest. (Baker charged with resisting: arrest with by five years probation.
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22-year-old Starke man receiveda theft and burglary charges dating
charged with another burglary. His
Prevatt's recent in Colum-
3 years sentence in the Depart- back to 1983 that includes 18 convictions probation order was vacated and he arrests WHERE MORE AMERICANS FIND A BIGGER REFUND..eeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeee..ee..eeeeee..eeeee.eee..e.
bia where he found
County was guil-
ment of
Corrections .
after he was according to Assistant State
was sentenced to two in the
years ty of the burglary of seven homes in
Joe Allen In violation of his probation. Attorney Thomas Elwell. DOC under the Youthful OffenderAct that county netted him 5Vi years 964 M. Temple Avenue Keystone Shops
Prevatt was found guilty Prevatt was sentenced to three
of VOP March 30 in Bradford County years probation after he pled guilty munity, followed control.by four years com prison time which will be served (ferni hew CenrMMMt) (Au... lots TenriHepr Helen)

Circuit Court and was sentenced by to burglary in August, 1983, but in Recent arrests for burglary, consecutively with followed the Bradford five 964-8288 473-3648
Judge Osee Fagan. Nov. of 1984 he was arrested for County charges, by
grand theft found Prevatt In VOP years probation. OPEN Monday-Friday 8:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday 9-5:00
Prevatt has a history of grand violatina that probation after he wa and he was again sentenced to DOC.



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pepper blue, Marge Ettman pimento
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topped pumpkin muffins, blue; Martha .,),:f."
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SPECIALTY BREADS C. E. P.nn..I..W' w. '1w!'I" j : ... .
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sour dough bread, blue; Joy Faulkner {" .IIP 7 i f
dough boy bread, blue; Joy Faulkner, G (. 't I
yeast rolls, blu.: C. E. Pennesl yeast f if / .'-
egg bread red. -
PLAIN CAKES (Not Iced): Linda { ,1 'r, ,s.,

Hildebran wet pound cake, blue. .
cherry cheese cok., blue; Glenda yk
Wheeler applesauce cak., cream : c
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blue. :'j'.
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Iced with roses, blue, Kim Karczewskl .
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decorated teddy bear blu. 1 I WI .
CAKES CUT OUT: C. E. Pennesl bunny ,', .
cake, blue, Joy Faulkner chocolate rabbit II _'
red Kt'y
CUPCAKES: Martha Todd, pecan muf- -r:

: Pennesl Hungarianfilled "
cookies, blue. ,.k I,
BROWNIES: Martha Todd, lemon r -
CANDY: C. E. Pennesi, Easter candy } .' .,:b

blue, Noel Norton, chocolate potato .1 1. ....,
chips, blue, Heather Norton, chocolate ; '
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C. E. Pennesl, strawbery-nut jellyroll, ..,

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Page 12 IIKKLTION April'.-.7

_, Obituaries

William Jackson Epperson Genevieve M.llirkey Funeral Home in Lake Butler with day morning in the chapel of Archer Church of Christ with Bro. Michael direction of Archer Funeral Home of
William Jackson Epperson, 84, of Rev. Melvin Owen officiating. Funeral Home.Burial was in Conner Stone and Bro. Art Peterson of Lake Butler.
Starke died Saturday,April t,1987 at Genevieve M. Hirkey, 92, of Burial was in Dekle Cemetery under Cemetery under the direction of Archer ficiating. Burial was In Dekle
his residence following a brief Il- Okeechobee, died Tuesday night in the direction of Archer Funeral Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Cemetery under the direction of Ar Clarence E.Twigg
lness. the Okeechobee Health Care Facility Home of Lake Butler.Margaret cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Clarence E. Twigg Sr.. 86. died
Born in Lake Butler FL, on July after* long illness. Vila Walker EdenfieldVila Tuesday April 7. at Lake Shore
11, 1902, Mr. Epperson was a Hart Parker W. Edenfield, 82, of Lake Eva Douglas CrawfordMrs. Hospital in Lake City following a
lifetime resident of Starke. He was a Mrs. Hirkey born in Margaret Hart Parker 40,of Live Butler, died Monday afternoon in Eva Douglas Crawford,89,of brief illness.
member of First Baptist Church and sylvania and lived was for the Penn- Oak,died Saturday at the Suwannee Bradford Hospital after an extended Lake Butler, died Thursday, March Mr.Twigg was a native of Polo IL
worked for 52 years with Seaboard in past County Hospital after a sudden il- illness. 26, in the Putnam Community and lived in Chicago for55years.He
Florida. She
Coastline Railroad as a conductor. housewife and was a lness. Mrs. Edenfield was a lifelong resident In Palatka after an extend retired from the VS. Post Office
Survivors include one daughter, Center First United a Methodist of the Mrs. Parker was born In Santa of Union County. She retired ed illness. after 38 years. He lived in the Lake
Sally Wlsenhunt, Grape Vine, TX; Church of Wilkes-Barre. PA. Rosa County and had moved to Lake from the Union County School Mrs. Crawford was a life long resi- City area since 1983 and was a
one brother Raiford Epperson of Butler in her early life. She lived in System several-years ago, having dent of Union County,and the widowof member of Faith Baptist Church of
Spring Trail FL; one sister, Iris Duval County for several years served in the school lunch room for the late Chris Crawford. She was a Lake Butler.
Van Sickel of New Port Beach CA; Survivors include one daughter before moving to Live Oak four many years. She was the widow of homemaker and a member of the Survivors include two sons.Pastor
three grandchildren, Janine Sellers, Margurite McCranie of years ago.She worked as farm labor the late John J. Edenfield and was a Lake Butler Church of Christ. Clarence E. Twigg.Jr.,of Franklin.NJ .
Starke, William A. Gay Jr.. Okeechobee; son, Frances Hirkey of in tobacco and etc. member of the Lake Butler Churchof Survivors include four daughters, and Evangelist Paul Twigg of
Gainesville and Tina Wisenhunt of Thousand Oaks, CA; five grand- Survivors include one son, Perry Christ Dorrie McLeod and Evelyn Lattie, Polo. IL; one sister Mary Rose of
Grape Vine, TX; three great children. Parker of Jacksonville; one Survivors include four daughters, both of Lake Butler Virginia Stall- Peoria, IL; five grandchildren and
grandchildren. daughter,Peggy Parker of Jacksonville Ida Lee Tyson of Fernandina Beach ings of Citra and Christine Osborneof five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in Graveside services were held ; mother, Mr*. Pearl Hart of Letha Rucker Faye Drew andPaulin& Miami; two sons,Otis Crawford of Funeral services will be held
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tuesday, Thursday in Dekle Cemetery with Lake Butler; two sisters Jeanette Thomas,all of Lake Butler; Irwington, GA and Vanis Crawfordof Saturday,April that 3 p.m.at Faith
April 7, 1987, with Rev. Ben Bryant Rev. Donald Dalton officiating. Ar- Parrish of Lake Butler and Annette one brother, Robert O. Walker of Gainesville; seventeen grand- Baptist Church in Lake BuUcr.
conducting the services. Burial was cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler Sperry of Macclenny; four brothers Lake Butler; one sister, Eula Con- children, twenty-seven great and Burial will be held Monday April 13.
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the was in charge of arrangements. Perry Hart Jr.. of Alachua. Wilton ner of Lake Butler; 13 grandchildrenand seven greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral at Arcacla Park Cemetery in
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Hart of Hampton J.W. Hart of Ft. 22 greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were held Satur- Chicago, IL. Visatation will be heldon
Starke. Myers and Rex Hart of Lake Butler. services were held day in the Lake Butler Church of Friday,April 10,from 5 to 9 p.m.
Funeral services were held Tues Wednesday at the Lake Butler Christ with Michael Stone and J.R. Sherrill-Guerry Funeral Home of

Graham "Bud" Fore Thomas Thomas Oliver Mendell ,..........................,................... ...---.. Elzey McLeod Chapel officiating. Burial under was in Lake City is. 'in charge of ar
Graham "Bud"1 Fore, 73, of Oliver Mendell, 64, of - ---- ------- Cemetery the rangements.
Cowpen Lake, Hawthorne, died Lake Butler died Tuesday morning : COUPON ,
Wednesday, April 1, 1987 at his at the Lake Butler Hospital & Hand "

lingering brother's illness.residence following a Surgery illness. Center following a sudden Special! Carpet Cleaning : ;u t::) e'arl, : f %

Born in Allenhurst, GA, on October ,ai' I
25, 1913, Mr. Fore moved to 7.336Rate
Cowpen Lake in 1985 from Oxford, Mr. Mendell was born in Patterson Annual Yie'I'd"
FL, where he had lived most of his ,NJ and had lived in Lake Butler $995 per room S S2 .
life. He was a member of the Baptist for the past 5 years. He was a Gnu room minimumMeant i .
faith; Army veteran of WWII, and a plumber with Eagerton Plumbing in : or shampoo :
retired engineer from S.A.L.:: Jacksonville for several He 'ff'e Move The Furniture" a *
Railway. was a member of the Church of Senior Citizen & Military Discount Compounded 710
Survivors include his wife, Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Margaret Fore of Silver Springs; : Special: Sofa & Chair '29.95 Monthly
mother, Gussie Skelton of Jackson
ville; Son, Gerald A. Fore of Survivors include his wife, Nora WarranlyCustomereatixfaction : ,
Booneville, MS; two sisters ThedaB. Bryant Mendell: three daughters,
.Nielsen of Pensacola,FL and Ella Shirley Glascock of Jacksonville money-back uaranl"' : 41 -"
Mae Nichols of Jacksonville; four Sherry Jean Mendell of Raiford andWanda lo; Professional service with a : ; : : : a j %

grandchildren. Gale Woodham of :, personal touch. Christian s ;
7.176Rate :
Graveside services were held Graceville; two stepdaughters, : oriented
Saturday, April 4, with Rev. Ron Melanie Ellington of Lake Butler company. aPkne A.-nyneu Yield
Hartley, pastor of the Bethel and Cherri Cribbs of Jacksonville; S
Assembly of God of Interlachen con- one son, Victor Lee Mendell of I
ducting the services. Burial was in Jacksonville Beach; one stepson Cell 964-4485
Eliam Cemetery in Melrose under Billy Cribbs of Jacksonvile; one
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof brother Harry Mendell of Patterson : Complete Janitorial Service Available : Compounded 6.95
Keystone Heights. NJ; six grandchildren and two

Raymond Francis Wall greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were. held Thurs- Rite-Way Carpet Cleaning Co. '. "Monthly. ,

Raymond Francis Wall, 66, of day, April 2, in the chapel of Archer a....................................................aJyv
Hawthorne, died Wednesday, April : s : i
1, 1987 at his residence following a ; ,;eat %
long illness.
Born in Solon, Iowa on Sept. 18, 7D69
1920, Mr. Wall moved to Hawthornein Annu'a' I" y'iel'd
1977 from Gainesville. He was a
member of Trinity Episcopal
Church; in Melrose; retired U.S. Rate
Naval Aviator with 27 years service, %
serving in both the second World Compounded 6 85
War and the Korean War.
Survivors include his wife Martha Monthly
G Wall; son, David H. Wall of Ken- ,
nesaw, GA; three daughters, .
Marian W. Klimek of Raleigh,-NC.: : ; ': '- ;
Marilyn Wall-Asse of Gainesv1ileaand I r ; lr ; :
Frances Rae Davis of Jackson- %
ville; brother. Thomas Wall of ," BHB
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; two 'sisters, Annual'y'i'eld"
Leone Hasley of Cedar Rapids Iowa
and Kathleen Hammond of Davenport -
Iowa; nine grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at Rate
11:00: a.m. In Trinity Episcopal
Church, Melrose, on Monday, April Compounded 6.6F
13, 1987, with Rev. Fred Yerkes con-
ducting the services. Burial will be Monthly i
at a later date under the direction of )nm! *
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.In ; j
lieu of flowers, the family request l1N ar % r..
donations to The North Central
Florida Hospice, P.O. Box 15235, 6.591Rate '
Gainesville FL 32604; OR to The Annual Yield
Melrose Library Association,
Melrose, FL 32666.Russell .

Russell George George Barton Barton, 59, of Compounded 6 40Wo

Starke, died Friday, April, 1987 in
Bradford Hospital. Monthly .

Born in Plainfield, NJ, on April 9, > .
1927, Mr. Barton moved to Starke ,
three years ago from Frenchtown, "( i
NJ. He was a retired auto mechanic :(j, () fIi

veteran WWII, U.S. Army. '" '-' %
Survivors include his wife, Joan 6.326
Ferris Barton; one daughter, Dana Tarkett Lifetime
Joan Barton of Starke; one son, Annual Yield
Russell G. Barton, Jr., Frenchtown,
NJ; three stepchildren, Steven 4 I INLAID I FLOORING"I Rate
Alan Dinkelo of Kingwood, NJ %

Dawn several Duffy of brothers Frankfort and sisters., Germany SAVE $2.00 per square yard on Tarkett OR, save$2.00 per square yard on Tarkett Compounded 615

Memorial; services were held in Lifetime Inlaid Flooring,the no-wax floor chosen Celebrity no-wax inlaid flooring-our thickestfor Monthly

DeWitt C.Jones Chapel in Starke on the 1987 Kitchen of the Year. inlaid floor. ..

Sunday,April 5, 1987 with Rev.Gene Inlaid beauty warranted to last a lifetime* Stop in today for great savings,a free kitchen "
Gass conducting the services.
Memorial services will also be con- Extra thick Guardian No-Wax I LIFETIME I design and planning guide,and a chance to winWearlayer' Ijtnicjnlll, :: :
ducted in Frenchtown, NJ with "resists scuffs and stains. J wauum| the 1987 Kitchen of the Year pr$20,000.00 cash.Taiketf ; %

burial at a later date. Jones Funeral -___....-... .... 1 5.746
Home was In charge of ar' Outperforms ordinary inlaid floors 2 to 1. : _=:=

..... Annual Yield
rangements.In ow. >limited to origin*!patch conUniioinly otcufjrlug 1ml.SM
lieu of flowers, donations may 1:1:_.C-..rlu. tat dMjlto. Thewofcfsi _pto..s lbo weigc..i .
be made to the American Heart ..
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"1i'Society.! L.. Steven' BroadwayL. I! [] [ [IJ I -, I I I FREE- I II WlNOFTIfEYEAR I..at'..C4 t THE 1987 Compounded 5 60Wo(

Steven Broadway, 45, of I I KITCHEN DESIGN orb Monthly .
Win the kitchen of the
j Keystone Heights, Sunday, AND PLANNING GUIDE I year
j\ April 5, in North Florida Regional ON TAHKETT LIFETIME!INLAID FLOORING I $70,000.00neh.I'IueFive: : 1st prizes '
::1 Medical Center in Gainesville Now you can receive a rebate of$2.00 per We've taken the best!Ideas about how to I Tarkett Lifetime Inlaid Floors. including MQ 1 ; (
following a brief illness. square yard on Lifetime Inlaid Flooring I plan the perfect kitchen and put them aO I installation;five 2nd priznWhirlpooIor ftk
'J Born in Waterloo, Iowa,on Aug. 6, Celebrity inlaid flooring. up to$100. I into one handy booklet Find out how I diahwaslrhsDUe0WXRten3rdOfftoalrebate ( .. a t1 ,
1941, Mr. Broadway lived in Starke form available from your I you can turn an ordinary lutchen into prizes-Whirlpool microwave ovens .. > ; I 5'43J&
Tukett retailer.Hunyf: I your dream kitchen with this 16-page fuO I (MW 8800 XR).Official rules and entry
for moving to
many lasts. bm..w.le.. Tarkett retailer.
Annual Yield
I while
Heights in 1960.He was a member of !SateApril 2S,'- i eokrcgukk.Hurry supply your

;il!a and Electric Hope was Baptist CoOp.Survivors a retired.Church lineman in Theressa for Clay :::::= I i I l rketf11e-- III! Taitetf-=,=, Rate '

include his son,Barry S. Compounded 5.301When I
'I I Broadway, Lake Geneva;
daughters, Tammy Loper and Tract NO DOWN PAYMENT Monthly
I Broadway of Keystone' mother
Ruth E. Calhoun Starke; sister,

;f Suzi grandchildren.Verrett of Mlddleburg; two 90 Days Same As Cash you want a high rate, !

it Memorial services were held in -
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Apr. 8, 1987 look up to Florida Federal. F J:
with Rev. Buddy Friedlin conducting _
the services. Burial will be at a Teal Tile & Carpet
later date under the direction of FloridaFederalr
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.In 131 N. Cherry Street Starke
lieu of flowers, donations may For the Florida Federal office nearest you,call THE-8ANK.
I be made to the American Cancer 964-7423 MINIMUM DEPOSIT 1000.Rates subject to i
Society, P.O. Box 282, Clay County Substantial penalty for early withdrawal on CDs only.

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April 9,1'W7 "tX.TlON .... .:II

I News Briefs I

Rrcent Arrests He was R&mcd after$105 surety Michael L. Bryant received a six Three InjuredIn Damages to Perry's 1972 Ford was Rose.Christopher II. Rose & Rabin C.
In Bradford wind was pusied month $1,000 Damage to
Ctntjratethoraaes. << suspended sentence, was Friday AccidentThree Slayman's AMC Ronnie J. Carroll & Deborah A.
on five and was $1,500.
placed years probation
The Strihwuc.iwB. ._-.Ie. brie Wayne Manning 24,of Max. fined $10,000. U. S. District Court Charges are pending in the accident Carroll.
ui Bradford Cunty toy llecal wiffle was amsflrd ApnJ: for DWLSamifmn Judge Maurice Paul also required people were taken to according to Trooper Phillip William D. Wilkerson & Mary L.
hospitals following Wilkerson.
an 8 p m acci-
\ m turn d.less than 2O KraszewskI.
grams Bryant to perform 100 hours
of com
dent April 3 in which Donald E.
.C a car plowed Into Bradley & Lisa M.
euBabK. to
according -
... munity service by addressing local
a parked whose
Labm car driver had BraoUey.
tarry iq. d vertqpXnr ate bar groups about the pitfalls of Divorces GrantedIn
stopped to help a stalled Robert E.
CamesriiDeassarss vehicle. Ptutopy ft Joyce A
nd.tysd3e.aohs : S3iW,. was released his
on own handling cash for clients without
chartseig ea.riilofess' elYe+tli.: ......... the of cash. Charlie Perry of Lake Butler had Bradford CountyThe Philopy.
acardac .. Lv- faasedAdn'Ldt. questioning source pulled off CR-241 north of Alachua to Jerry Bates& Blanche Bales.
Bryant had earlier pled guilty to a help another motorist following marriages were Franklin G.
S.moas when a car Wilkes Sherry I..
releasd ArfiborBL "Starke
,. woos Marram 2Tr was one count indictment which had driven by Wilbert Slayman of Worthington dissolved during the month of March Wilkes.
after -
mTitntia aid cMSt eeittts anrasted Apml for DWLS/R.accor- charged Bryant and two other In- in Bradford County according to
Springs veered off Arthur Bruce
.. the road. Xam tt Claudia
were paid.$ -s1t dirg(.Tkiwper Ptnllip Kraszewski. dividuals with conspiracy to defraudthe Slayman's car first struck a court records. Victoria Norris.
Beal was set at C50t be was released -
Paula Internal Revenue Service by pedestrian, John Hilliard of Lake Ricky Joe Cars&Mary Ruth Cars.
Am McOnd. B*. fenc .
aaaes era e- oww recognizance.Leray laundering drug through Edward L. Lee & Clara Louise
rested April S:far natad Utaffl.acnr- Great Southern. money Butler, then struck Perry's car Edward I*. Hankersoo It Lime
head-on. Mae Hankerson.
dmc"5CL Samy tiLmoe Sheaaa CUUnSv M.of Starke was Lee.Michael
Phillip Holmes,50,of Lake Butler T. McFarland & PamelaJ. Ronald C.,Havard & D.
released after Marjorie
a CULS GIll frail rottrd Aprd:3 for DUP according to5g.Rena McFarland.'
who in Havard.
was a
passenger Perry's car
asas paw Coffins: btood alrohot
.sent con.2'J' and Slayman, 70( were both treated George Stringer & Helen M. Str- Frederick R. Phillips&Shirley> A.
He released
was PftftId. was Rescue inger.
Arthaoy........at..*Starike vaclDvcEtigaUrAdertadt.1 anna OCZL3> surety bond was RespondsTo and in Gainesville.released from Shands Hospital Marshall Nolan Thompson&Bon Phillips.
arnsIed.capB 3atresipouacda ..... 85 Calls in March Annie Cook 30, of Timothy Bruce Newman & Sheila
nie Whitney Thompson.
Lake Butler
another of Newman.
o .......: egos .. Bradford Perry'spasengers John V. & Name
County M.
Emergency McKinney
Bea ,was treated and released David Browning & Laura Browning
set BiidIa1nI 1 Charles Moore, 23,. wasarrested Medical Services responded to 85 from Lake Butler Hospital. McKinney. .
at turn.Franer. April 1 for NVDL, accor- calls during the month of March,according Neither Hilliard nor Perry were Rodney Carpenter & Lisa Barbara Annette Rove It Rogerw
tae .. PaarBtean! Clay Sellars. to Supervision Cliff Chap- seriously Iniiirwi Carpenter _
Saw. M was arrestYei Bud was set at$M&PbUffip man. .
A1n12.anaa..Eaoibrr Fifty transports required the
.....,.dakI-n-t.---u.. ABcn Taylor; no was arid transporting of 52 patients while 35
Gtea fast Be was Rfexscd and April far OWLS tag,ac- calls required no transporting. Brand Names
-cknd...pq..1IIIl.Tnmc eodng.its bvestqjator Aderholt.He The back-up unit made nine runs ,
was released after a caste bond during March, Life Flight ftichord's' Geor9ia-
f.ltyIB-g 1 $M1 was pasted transported one patient and TraumaI
Terry Lee South fill Aa&nfta was transported two patients. Northlake -
arrested April S far am albd dnmcr Jeffrey Etond Cornelisotv 2O, ofChsostem The majoritiy of the patients, 35, SHOES
license CWIXU acc o is s. C. was arrested were taken to Bradford Hospital. Laredo
Patrolman Jota BMI0Ek !Man*:n far NVDU according to Lt. Five patients were taken to Alachua 101 E. Call Street Starke
mffiami TUIoesoa.! Bond was set at General, two to Shands and three to
Jctanme Sidle Marina.*State SBBLKayoMod< North Florida Regional Hospital all
we arrested em a ajMff April 5 in Gainesville.One .
charging dfrjimg wtelieBUhiKMled a--e patient was taken to the Fair Week .. -
IWliJ, aPatrabnaa 6. .. Reception Medical Center and one to I
Hines arias aeaadto C.rrecti.n Lake Butler Hand Surgery One pa- -i: Men's Acme'Z' t -
AIadIua Ca.mty.3.h. Glenn Hall. 23. ofBowater tient was taken to St.Luke's and one :.' *
was arrested March ZZ on a to Baptist Hospital both in Jackson- Wrangler --
Waive CndertnU 33: afStarke capas d..p.g drmking iD public..dL.c ville. One patient was transported to
was arrested.& ixy!5 far Anwmg ..> Investigator David Humana Hospital Orange Park. Boot & Shoe Dingo and Others
under --- (DCf)). IMUi, AdtrtoOL Be was reteaaed after$50 Nineteen of the calls were to illness -
DeeiaC atte me"dudlleJllkle"'- court casts were paid. The related patients. Eight people 7
TrOrfrwpto mcorrectty had Hall were suffering from trauma and Sidewalk Sale /2 PriceLess
iaasuanBarb! tftujpnt wills dealing ID stolen property another eight suffering trauma
,we zpotegiae lor the errorGainesville resulting from vehicle accidents. &
'Pe Editor Two people were suffering from Work & Western Boots

Jason CdvardSUrke 1 .uIIb.- tit. d respiratory problems, two were in
was anoHed Aprd :3 farXVDL. emotional distress and nine calls
I according fc. PaInibIaaJ Emergency Dial 911 were to cardiac patients (one in full J $1297 $3977Z
J, Michael SfKan. He was rel aed arrest).
after a$1t6 mh 94-d ass...... Three calls were to attempted
i Attorney suicide victims, two calls were to \ } Reg. 26.99 to 79.99
}iI I Billy Darren Oj I mas wed April S far quired no treatment.
, D1rLS. 'utrlr.pes" ItaC. aoD-efo g .ae Gainesville attorney was Three people were dead when the
Sex W. C. Ben. Be me cctaued smaemeed Apnt C in 0. S. District unit arrived. Dress & Casual Shoes
after a yan seta bond was Cart n GaiaesnDie for his' involve Seven calls were cancelled, four
posted.Jtmiw. nat a a conspiracy defraud the were false alarms and one was a
IJRdnaIt" by disguising mechanical difficulty (break-down).
Par-Tom 33, rf the T ii'i-T and amounts of income One call was to stand-by for a 1/2 Price
seas arrested April far JKVdX according .f Ube tour defunct Great Southern structure fire and one calf was a
to PatmlmaB Kay Skafivrfl hma lid. routine transport (CATSCAN). & Less

u._ ,..gr LAJkto\. $797 2997We
4H resl11ts.- -. to ,

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....... ..... .... _$ ............_..dr..a ....... rid;
J.__....:...d.y p.R.....ilia dire ....... -...-... +... ..d:: s.-y We are cleaning house of Men's Shoes
rBlii.-L....... inISJ T..W"FiHI
"" .... -....-....- -- Sidewalk Sale Discontinued .Not-All-Sizes.
IJo-iIar asaw..Catlin r.r+etr -. .J 'cr." on Styles-- _____
...............Pi..a.......s --. .. Iv ........ rid:; Roi.reTess / o2r Er
... .... ...... ....... ---* ..... w ...r. ... Qria .....-. k. Each Style Sizes Range from 6Vi to 12 13
-.w..:.......................... .--w....:.........f...-.rid: and Grab Pair !
IIIr....... ._ blv.i Stop a Today
iany.-*--. .a..7...... pitrata. -
...k cw. -......, w ........ .... N..Sd..r ................
c-: ____ ....... ft '.1.-.frr- A National Center for Health Statis-
iirr .....s................ fait ...... ....... csDr..) Jeff tics survey found among 25-to-34- EXTRA BONUS SALE
Miry Tinny.-....n..tdra Adiw..IHe.c aka Dow.>t>.......lob.., year-old women, black women are
...fk ..... -..-. radk _ok_, 12 percentage points more likely to INSIDE MEN'S SALE 20% OFF
fi.rSc.M..wew..i .... amok than white women.
w.w"'--:csDr..)Jdi Adorn.s. ON REGULAR PRICE SHOES
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....... -....- p... IIIioLI ... ..f..is..c........... po. Diva Aip.l.M
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ncs( .
115-- ...l Jd Ads>..- P---.. .... wd. p.. DI...) Alicia
......p..15oLJ".0: ..1-.-..-....M.4.-...tarn.id. ...........A.DdU i.obm.ftf"sce0e.oe ....... Farm hers & Dealers Bank Statement of Condition
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.........5.-1-.aids.p...Dos.. .......... -...-. ....: ....." DECEMBER 31 1986
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.,-........ ASSET S '. 1987 1986

11.-........p.a.: ............. sd..,: (Js.. ...., D..rs Wehr, .'. '
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-r. Mar Ss.r..w.C..r .:"'
/ R..ai(is..Diva I.-P1.11.IL -
0.-ws tat.ms.... Or .... ....,, ...... Ma.i Cash& Due From II arks] 8957,898 81293.291
.........--JTmyr.r.i..k.itt -..................&...w-. Federal Funds Sold ,-' 6,080,000 1.9OO.OOO
rrr ..... -& ._. -.Ir. ..,Owsr Na........(Ji.w Dhr.J" Investment Securities 5,971,077 7,261.570
... ...a.........--.c.--. ....df. sera Ti..s..fl .. sa4 w-. rods ._.J,
....... .... ....... ....... ...... J.r Nad.M..d. .r..: D... Loans &Discount Rec:eivable '813,317,722 813187.956
...- -...- c-... ....- ", .ear..dk ...... Wehr, less Unearned Disci(aunt 't .-:. (450,673) (440.913)
.. .....i a..wd unity- radfc Chris (
a tr--D. P.d.da,ia.ilkD. PI. !
...+1-d-.. i ii.f!.tine ..... ..... less Loan Loss Rest:rve ,:f": I (144,274) (144.785)
_.rr. ...... flit Elk ruj..... ...... .. Minot ( .. CXv) I D.e.isJiss Net Loans 12,722,775 12.602.258
...... .... --= +-,....,...Zur Interest Earned Uncol Jected 350,009 401.841

.: ,. ....."P .. ---------, Banking House & Fix tires 674,228 634.497

r $L sis Other Real Estate 0 5.3OO

Other Assets 28,446 26.053

Ester Saaday Buffet T''OTAL ASSETS 826,784,433 $824.124.810


Sa d.a7. April ::1.9. ::1.987

:11 ... Z P" at 5 paa 9 P'" LIABILITDemand IBS .
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Deposits 813,363,787 812,227,451
Official Checks : 171,368 448,746
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Savings Accounts 1,657,524 1,385,872

Certificates of Deposl(t '" 8,061,050 6,875,958

All You Care to Eat Total Deposits 823,253,729 820938.027.

Reserve Accounts I 142,437 172.736

Other Liabilities 59,076 60.440 I

8695 .
TOTAl, LIABILITIES 823,455,242. 821.171.203

Per Para.

(bra J.Uukr! CAPITA L vr

$358u.dm3 t
i Capital Stock 8200,000 8200.000

syr c31L n 0 ______ IFR Surplus .... ,"'. 1,800,000 1.800.000 t

--- Retained Earnings ;. 1,329,191, ., 953.607

Reservations Suggested TO TAL CAPITAL i 83.329.191 82953.607

for 5 or More People TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL 826,784,433. 824..J.2.4.810


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Member FDIC Since 1934 Paul M. RJheid President
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Friday Students Day
rt. Free Admission
hf- ; thru 12th Gr.- 'til 5 pm
Ride All Rides

/ With$8.00 Wristband

1 pm 'til 6 pm

1i pp

o .1 Friday Night ,
Grand Ole Gory Show
\WeJA 7:3O p.m. .
Gatt' .
t\\deS, '
W of
600d .O"et\\ COUNTY FAIR Skill '
t\\et\3\t\, r GravlfronSkywheel TipTopZipper
Hang-Ten Scramber
ALL ADVANCE TICKETS SOLD '" Orbiter and more
ARE GOOD FOR ONE RIDE Starring Force 10
PER TICKET ANYTIME David Houston Sea Dragon '
DURING THE 1987 Member Grand Ole Opry Merry-Go-Round
I BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR One Show Only Raiders ;,
I SooperJet
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Friday Night Only 'SATURDAY'

10 pm until 1 am
i Family Day Special Ride
RIDE ALL RIDES Prices AH Day -All Ages
Rides Open 3:00 p.m.

.$7 per person ; Fair Closes 11 pm .Saturday night

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,; r r Bradford Co. Fair *:',:

:t;' Highway 301 .North Starke Tuesday thru Saturday ...