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 16, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01754
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area early Wednesday morning. There is a 20 percent chance of ..-IOA a
rain Thursday, with partly sunny skies. Temperatures expected Ugalt ,.. 'A
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February rainfall: the 30-year average is 3.48 Inches. In 1986, trim. San.. .11,121,
Jan. rainfall was 4,07 Inches, Feb. 5.6 inches. Clo .lfl.d A The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Average rainfall for the past 30 years are: January 2.8 inches; Ar.a Daalhl.SBNaw
February 3.53 inches; March 3.96 inches and April 3.23 inches. Brlaf.. 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA 29 Cents Copy
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Buster Rahn would meet with the commissioners i
BCT Staff WriterA to oppose the recommendation by the ,
civil complaint challenging the zoning board.
rezoning of one acre of land in the
area, near KeystoneHeights Commissioners...
by 46 area residents or property The zoning board's recommendation :
owners surprised local officials was on the commission's March 2 \
last week. agenda.
The suit Is'filed in a routine zoning According to an unofficial I
decision in which opposing factions transcript attorney Darla ,
apparently reached a compromise Christopher, an associate of attorney
agreement Feb. 24. Terence Brown, was present to oppose I
It is the first time a county zoning the recommendation. Ms. ,
decision has been challenged in Circuit Christopher presented essentially the I
Court. same information to the commis-
The suit, filed by attorney Terence sioners as was presented by attorney
Brown for the plaintiff Sarah Wood,et Brown to the zoning board.
al, asks the court to order the countyto Mrs. Zenaida Yates told the com-
reverse its decision. County Attorney missioners she and her husband had
Reggie Flynn says that in purchased the land in 1981, for the
Florida the suit is a customary appealof purpose of building homes for
,. -- a zoning decision, except Count III themselves, her mother, and for the
of the complaint which asks actual two Yates children. Mrs. Yates told I\
and punitive damages.The the commissioners her two children .
case is about county approvalto cannot afford a "regular" home, they
locate two mobile homes on the can only afford a mobile home. !
east side of five acres of which the Chairman Mosley recessed the
west side borders Speedville Road. meeting for lunch, and said, "We will
The property directly across Speed- go out after lunch and have a look at
r i o' r t T "' ville Road from 463 acres owned by the property, and we will meet back
Mrtiw Sarah Wood. Attorney Brown has here at 2 p.m., to make a decision
represented Mrs. Wood in opposing regarding the zoning."
several Speedville area zoning deci- Mosley rode out to look at the pro-
sions in the last few years. The Wood perty with Telegraph editor Bob
claim has been that mobile homes Ferguson. The other four commis-
detract from a single family residen- sioners rode together, in another car
b r J tial area and lowers property values. When the commissioners reconvened
Current plans .are for Attorney after lunch, attorney Christopher
Flynn to represent the county, reviewed the legal points she had
although the decision is not firm. raised earlier in support of denyingthe
r/ Flynn advised commissioners to seek request to rezone.
special counsel. The commissioners considered the
;. The plaintiffs live in the Speedville points, according to the transcript,
area in SE Bradford County and in ad- and Chairman Mosely called for the
joining Clay County, according to At- motion.. .
torney Darla Christopher of Brown's, The commissioners voted 5-0 to V'
>office. .The complaint names"m,, ,grant thprequeat.torezone,and allow ..?
it dividual commissioner Lawrence the two mobile homes on the proper- T
Mosley, Wilbur Waters, E.L. Nor- ty.
.f't man, Joe Riddick and Maxie Carter,
Jr., individual zoning board members
Robert Scott, Larry Paterson, Mark Ordinance No. 80-3... ,
Hardenbrook, D.J.' Phillips, Morris Attorney Brown based his objection ;
t "1Si'y ," "":"" 1- ;It Starling, Spyros Drives, and Rick to the request on county ordinance .
Replogle, and landowners Jerry H. 80-3, approved by the commission in
It's Time Yates and Zenaida Yates, his wife. 1980. In his complaint Brown quoted
Strawberry ..
ra The plaintiffs allege in the civil from 5 sections of the ordinance: \
It's a hard life on your knees in a strawberry field even at complaint the County Commissionersdid Section 8.1 divides the RSF-MH into
a dollar a flat. not follow the rules and regulations three categories, RSF-MH-I, and
Bennie Tyson, at right, tops off several flats In David r required by its zoning ordinanceNo. -3. I
Carter's 5.5-acre patch on the Morris Carter farm Saturday 80-3. Five sections are extracted Section 23.2.3 states that all
morning. Above, 10-month-old D.J., the son of David and from ordinance 80-3 to support the meetings of the Planning and Zoning
Gina, gets acquainted with the strawberry field. David Is the plaintiff's contention that the re- Board shall be public, and public I
youngest son of Morris Carter Sr. zoning of the Yates property from records maintained.
The Chandler plants Carter got from North Carolina are RSF to RTSF-MF was not done in Section 24.2.1 States that rezoning I
loaded with fruit now. Bennie Tyson said he could fill a flat r '- bf compliance with the existing ordinance matters are to be first heard by the (;
without moving very far. Planning and Zoning Board, and its I
decision recommended to the appropriate -
Yates Request... governing body.
Jerry and Zenaida Yates petitionedthe Section 24.2.2 contains 16 points, six
I Bradford Berries in Full ProductionNorman zoning board Feb. 24 to rezone 4.9 of which are germane to this case, the
1f 1'toti<<9 acres of land fronting Speedville numbered contends. Those six points,
Road. as they are in the zoning
Strawberries are in full production 15 acres on the Norman farm off says. The berries damagedby The plaintiffs, represented by at ordinance, are:
and have
right now in Bradford County, SR-225 nearer SR-16 than to Lawtey. recent rains have rotted Leon Brown, met with the zoningboar I. Whether the proposed change
the bushes.
The Normans have berries been pulled off and the to Land Use
growers say. so many opposed request would be contrary to the
Easter Egg Hunt... Leon Starling, whose farm is just right now they're shipping them to Starling said he's been through that rezone, saying ((1) they do not want Plan and would have an adverse effect -
An Easter Egg Hunt is set tomor- off SR-225, a few miles west of Jacksonville and Georgia to keep operation twice this year. additional mobile homes in the immediate on the Comprehensive Plan.
row (Friday, April 17) for childrenup Lawtey runs the only full-fledged from flooding the market in Starke, Main competition is berries com- area, and (2) the rezoning of 6. Whether changed or changing
to 11 years of age at the Pratt U-pick'em operation in the county. says Sandra Norman. Prices range ing in from Plant City now, the the parcel is prohibited by ordinance conditions make the passage of the I
Street Center, sponsored by the Starling has 5.5 acres of berries, from $6 to $7 per flat. The Norman's growers say. Plant City berries are 803. proposed amendment necessary.
Starke Recreation Department.Ages mostly Douglas, but with about retail their berries through their selling for$4 a flat here and depressing The opposing factions agreed the II. Whether the proposed change
6 and under: 10 a.m. 14,000 of the newer Chandler plants. Norman's Markets in Starke and prices for local berries. parcel of land to be rezoned would be will adversely affect property valuesin

Ages 7-11: 2 p.m. The public is welcome to come pick. Keystone Heights. This year's berries are mostly the reduced from 4.9 acres to one acre, the adjacent area. I
Prizes and refreshments. Bring Starling's phone is 7823310. Douglas variety. Growersare located on the back of the property, 12. Whether the proposed changewill I
your own basket. Children must be David Carter and his mother,Mrs. Ronnie Belmarez has a three-acre road proven trying the new Chandler variety, away from the paved Speedville be a deterent to the improvementor
able to find their own eggs alone. Morris Carter Sr., have 5.5 acres of patch just off SR-225 across the now out two years. And Buddy Nor Road. Both sides agreed to change the development of adjacent propertyin
No parent or guardian will be mostly Chandler strawberries on his from the Luther Hilliard place, now man is trying 5,000 plants of a newer request to read: a strip of land on the accord with the existing regula-
And there
allowed to help. farm off SR-16 west of Starke, just NW 68th Avenue. are variety, called Selma. eastern side of the parcel, approx- tions. .
past Heilbronn Springs. Mrs. Carter numerous small patches of Growers think, although not certain imately 396 ft. long, not to exceed 115 14. Whether there are substantial
No Job, No Skill... says they're having trouble selling For instance, Ben Loper, a veteran and yet, the Chandler plants better ft. wide, containing no more than one reasons why the property cannot be
has about 3,000 plants
their berries because of competitionfrom grower, withstand wet weather, and returnto acre. used in accord with existing zoning.
Job COJ1>s-Training slots are Plant City. The Carters, won the first prize in last week'sBradford production as good as a Douglas. The zoning board approved the request 16. Whether it is impossible to find
available in health occupations, however, invite people to pick their County fair. Buddy Nor- as revised, following the apparent other adequate sites in the area subject -
plumbing, welding, business- berries at the field now overflowing man got second place and Ronnie David Carter, however, swears by agreement between the oppos- to these zoning regulations for the
clerical, auto mechanic and other with big, ripe Chandler berries. And Belmarez third place. the Chandler plants he got out of ing factions, and forwarded the proposed use in districts already per-
skills for men and women ages 16 they sell berries wholesale, already Best guess however, is there are North Carolina. Carter's patch is on recommendation to the county com- mitting such use.
through 21.Obtain picked, for $5 a flat. Mrs. Carter's only 30 to 40 acres of strawberries in a low knowl and drains well, but his missioners for final approval, the Section 24.3 requires a: public hear I
a GED, earn spending phone is 9645128. the countv. __ Chandler plants are really loaded.He routine procedure.One ing within a reasonable length of
money and savings money and Biggest grower in the county is Good news is that the quality of the didn't even want to show off his member of the Wood family, time, to consider the proposed zoning I
make a good life for yourself. L.M. (Buddy) Norman Jr. who has strawberries is good now, Sandra 20 rows of Douglas berries. not further identified, indicated he amendment.
Room and board, clothing
allowance, transportation, medicaland

Job Service dental more care information Office will at be 1430 provided.For visit South the. Changes... ; in Lawtey Clerk's Office Follows Audit Criticism \\1'

First Street Lake City, or phone J to provide safeguards of assets and' The general ledgers were out-of- miscellaneous bank charges were
Irene Pearce at 7523121.Upcoming. by Buster Rahn 'Audit Report.. assure proper recording of transac- balance. not recorded in the accounting
BCT Staff WriterA "The audit report is not good; in tions. Accordingly, it was Impracticable Journals and ledgers contained records.
... new assistant city clerk has fact, it's very bad" said CPA Pat to extend our procedures suf- mathematical errors. Page references in the general '
The regular monthly meeting of been hired at Lawtey following a Farnsworth in his report to the ficiently to determine the extent to Bank statement balances were not ledger were not always accurate. ft
the Bradford School Board is set at harsh audit report criticizing thetown's Lawtey council at its regular which the financial statements may properly reconciled to tha accounting Numerous transactions were not
7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, in the ad- accounting records.In meeting April 5. have been affected by these condi records. accurately classified.
ministration building on N; Temple a move to Improve-the situation The audit was conducted by the tions." Journal totals were not properly Accounts receivable subsidiary
Ave. across from Bradford High the council has appointed assis- local CPA firm, Davis, Monk, Farnsworth posted to general ledgers records did not agree with the
School. tant city clerk Queenie Robinson, and Co., for the fiscal year "Since the city did not maintain Numerous entries In the )Journals general ledger control account.It .
The third Tuesday meeting of who has a college degree in accounting ending Sept. 30, 11188. certain customary accounting were not properly "spread'and in-
the City Commission of Starke is to serve out the remainder of In making his report to the council records or documents, or an adequate cluded in page totals. Continues..
set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, the term of former clerk Al Anderson Farnsworth emphasized that the system of internal control, as Some deposits were not recordedIn The audit states that cash collec-
in hall. who resigned. Plus, Ms. SylviaJ. town is in sound financial condition, described in the preceeding the accounting records. tions were not adequately
The city Zoning Board of Bradford Williams, who has 2V4 years in and expenditures were kept within paragraph, the scope of our work safeguarded and were not depositedIn
Waters budget amounts. was not sufficient to enable us to express Some disbursements were entered'in the
County is set to meet at 7 p.m. business school at Edwards the a timely manner, increasing
Tuesday, April 28. College In Jacksonville, has been The report carries the usual audit and we financial an opi- the accounting records at an risk of burglarly. misplacement or
amount different from
the actual
The Zoning Board of the City of employed as assistant city clerk. disclaimer, but adds very harsh nion on the statements" amount of the check. misappropriation.Cash .
referred to in the first paragraph.
Starke Is set to meet at 7 p.m. Twenty-five applications were criticism in its Initial letter to the Deposits and disbursements were
Thursday, April 30. received for the assistant clerk's mayor and council.The letter states Auditor's Comments... not always posted in the accounting always adequately supported. In
The Zoning Board of Bradford position. In a special meeting April 7 "During the year ending Sept. 30, period In which the transaction actually some Instances, no
County Is set to meet Tuesday, the council decided to select from 1986. certain customary accounting The following comments were occurred. be located to support a cash
April 28, at 7 p.m. in the Starke city applicants within the city limits. records and supporting documentswere taken from the audit report as writ Checks and deposits wer4sometimes disbursement, or were supported by
statements rather than invoices. In
maintained. ten: ,
hall Mrs. Williams was hired from that not adequately posted out of numericalor
The Zoning Board of Starke is group because of her training in accounting Additionally, during that period, in The cash receipts and chronological sequence.
set to meet Thursday April 30, at 7 bookkeeping and office our opinion, the system of internal disbursements journals were out-of- Interest Income and (See Lawtey Audit..P.2A)
p.m. in the Starke city hall. procedures. accounting control was not adequate balance.

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completed units.Come .
Hampton Straight A's... Just

These students at Hampton Elementary made straight A's on their chie. Robert Brcwae. Vl HmtU., John McMillan Matthew Mullis, Paul \ I
I report cards for the fourth six week grading period. Phillips Amaada tUtead and SJunomi Agninaldo. .l--- .---.
From left to right on the front row: Paul Morgan Melody Youngblood. On the back row: Hope Arcbey. Alicia Baker Joey Crews, Jennifer
Bobby Dennis and Peter Aguinaldo.In Glenn Alex Kirchata.Tori HftW).Angela Meng.Christine Broome C.K.
the middle row Nicole Raker, Krista Fuqua, Roger MitzrU.Clay Ar -Fuqua..Jennifer Parley.I I Celebrate EasterAs

Changes o Set for Lawtev Clerk's Officefrom I A Family At

and require proper credentials to field by working in an office on cam
( page 1A) Positive Comments... handle the accounting required on pus. Kingsley Lake BaptistWe
When asked if there was anything the Job. Farnsworth told the council his
some cases, the invoices did not positive concerning the report. Mayor Robert Scott was a strong firm is willing to assist the new clerkin
specifically document the official Farnsworth said, "yes; The councilwas advocate for making the position ap- any way possible to precludemore believe Easter Is much more than a season of col-
nature of the disbursement. The aware of the problem, and was pointive, in order to secure the ser- audits of this kind. Both Ms.
report comments that it was not doing everything possible under the vices of a person with an accounting Robinson and the council assured ored eggs and candy. It is a celebration of the hope of-
always possible to conclusively circumstances to minimize the background, but the other four Farnsworth they will work closely fered each of and families the
determine whether or not a cash damage." members of the council did not sup- with the accounting firm in the com- to us, our through
disbursement was made for a valid Farnsworth said several membersof port the mayor. ing months. resurrection of Jesus Christ. We invite you and your
purpose, and gave for an example, the council had been in contact The council voted to continue an
numerous large disbursements to a with his office, seeking a solution to electing the clerk, with minimum family to these special services.
local grocery store,with insufficient the problem. qualifications only that the clerk be
documentation to determine if the Clerk Al Anderson, who sought age 18 or older, and be a high school: Have Easter Lord's
disbursements were for a valid pur- and received an assistant clerk graduate. your SupperOn
pose, or not. several months ago, resigned his Queenie Robinson was elevated
The auditors noted that accounts elective position as city clerk, earlyin from the assistant clerk position to secretaryremind Thursday evening, April 16 at 7:00 p.m. This will
January, but the council re the clerk position to fill the amexpired -
receivable were written off at the of Anderson.The council replace our regular mid-week service on Wednesday.
discretion of the clerk,without quested him to continue for some 60 term
cil approval. days, to provide training to his successor filled the position vacated by Robinson you
Queenie Robinson. by hiring Sylvia J.Williams.Ms.
Minutes of the meetings were When Anderson resigned, city attorney Williams attended Edward Waters ...April 22 Is Sacratarivs Day. Easter MorningA
"very brief and did not appear to Johnny Hobbs advised the College in Jacksonville for 244 years, local Hallmarkstore
reflect all the official actions of the council it now had an opportunity to majoring in business administration. Then and go to find your the right cordto special morning worship celebration filled with
council." ipako the clerk' pwrinn appointive. She gained experience in her toll her (lust how great she is. music and an inspiring message at 11:00: am on

Easter Sunday. Child care provided for infants and

I Brooker ills Proposed Doe Control Lawby younger preschoolers.

Buster Rahn waste collection cer..er in the coun ment. Costs depend largely on the Easter MusicalOn
BCT Staff Writer outcome of testing ground water at
The Brooker council again reviewed ty.The visitors said Brooker is the landfill on SR-100S. The county
the "dog situation" in town, and already contributing to the cost of will have an answer to that questionin Easter Sunday night at 7:30: pm our adult choir
after a brief discussion Tuesday, solid waste disposal through the pay- about 60 days according to
April 14, tabled the issue,effectively ment of an attendant at the collec- O'Neal. $: will present "The Day He Wore My Crown" with
killing the proposed dog ordinance tion center, and probably will not ? .: The refreshments served afterwards. Child care providedfor
A- written and submitted for consideration have to increase its participation in O'Neal told Brooker Council be
by attorney Roger Blinn at the the county program believes the Bradford landfill will be Office infants and younger preschoolers.
prior meeting. Very little firm information is closed within 2 or 3 yean, and a 1 Shop
regional landfill will be
"The ordinance is too strict; available, since concerning so !solid variables waste although he doesn't know A where,it 110 ft. Call SI 1Qngsky'La&q Baptist QTuttli.:
disposal many "
nobody in Brooker could own a dog," will. be located. -, .. 964-5764 Hlon Ea
exist without at the mo
Councilman A.B. Adams said. answers. Just 10 minutes "South" of MlddleburR I
Marshal Tommy Raulerson seem- and Hunt ol :tarke t
ed to speak for the council by saying, By the comer of Hwv in n
"Can't we use some other existing Price and Mary Dot Lane at KlnRftlev Lake LAM
ordinance for isolated cases? I think Introductory 9 ((904) 533-2018 sr* tr WIST cumcH
people want a punitive law for the Rev. Ed Klrklund Pastor
few bad dogs. The major problem in
town is the stray dogs turning over
garbage Attorney cans.Roger" Blinn said the proposal Now G ld Kist makes it

was not punitive, but in
essence was a leash law. The pur-
pose of licensing dogs is to identifythe better both ways.
owner of the dog. If you can
testify in court as to the owner of a
dog, then you do not need licensing, -- ._---_. '
said attorney Blinn.
Attorney Blinn told Raulerson he 41' ",
can pick up stray dogs under the
public nuisance law. With than !
remark, Adams moved to table the x 4ry YF
issue, and the proposal was killed. M n

Blinn to Continue... .
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Attorney Blinn advised the council -
that his contract with the town of
Brooker expired last month, but he -y .
is willing to continue the contract for -
another year, under the same terms
and conditions, which is $50 per
month for attending meetings and
office consultations. CouncilwomanSue r'
Davis moved to accept Blinn's
proposal to continue,and the motion
passed 40.Brooker. --

Complimented... .:;:
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County Commissioner Joe Riddick .--
and Solid Waste Administrator Dar-
rell O'Neal visited the council I Nutritious. Dog Chunks. Fully balanced.
meeting, but had little to report Dog Ration. learty. Call if
Toasted bite-size chunks onus
other than to compliment Brookerfor Textured crunchy and easy to eat. Tasty.
coated with flavorCrunchy
solid rich and hearty.
maintaining the cleanest

21 digestible%protein form.in easily ( .. ((1 that are nutritionally nuggets 24 hours. a day. !

No Stations of Cross... Hunting dogs,work complete and balanced -
lor dogs of
all southern
The Stations of the Cross scheduled dogs .
all sizes and breeds.Good '
for Good Friday at First United dogs go for it! FPL customer service telephone _-
Methodist Church has been cancelled. -
40 Ibs. thru 4 ;, representatives are ready to assist '

FLA.TWIN THEATRE r 't April 22 '' you with inquiries and requests _

Starke 964-3431 $5.95 a0o- as i 24 hours a day 7 days a week. ;

Please call the telephone number
Now Gold Kist makes
*Open Every
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I r2.. SPECIAL 1 1I ] GOLD t1iar(By Farmers Market) g
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f County ,Reluctantly Pays Inmate Hospital Bill -

by Buster .
'If I could collect afl be tomatfe for manr ilk and the Carter
PCT Staff Writer money i p r said "We want the bareneceseitiee
Paying a jail inmate'hospital bill owed me by the people of Bradford that wan kept days to rote GIll any (for inmates medical,
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Is much cheaper for the Couaty.lcouIdJ'et1NfmtdJ: -- treatment,not the red carpet treat -
county than
)losing a lawsuit for lack of said Dr.Carlos Hernandez;,wbok.W. Conor attorney Rente..,.told ment.'*
treatment. medical the board be)has been in the area for the board **I hope we can reach After ChairmanMaleyaid
Reluctant the put 18 rears,and has been prac- some trtrortficatkm of a long range problem isn't going ,:' the VINYL SIDINGI
commissioners away
changed ticing medicine .....
their attitude after the tremendous SUrke far theDr14Headex We should lie working board passed a motion to pay the existing ; .
cost of losing a liability issue together.They can homey with us.We bills, and instructed Gib I '. ,
plained. Commissioners was ex told the -' -- need a policy: and.. can be part Brown Clerk of the Court, to Issue a ,
have Instructed loners that the inmate whose bill eI She enia.L :
$3W7 hill. Gib Brown to pay the doata.l ran $1,880 pains.was admitted wlWcli are with SJIDP-ab- r : I NEED 8 HOMES TO

The biggest bill arose when a -- --
Miami man, $12,342 in arrears in I

child brought support to Bradford payments County., was The Toil-Free Numbers COME WORSHi.PWI'Jii USWe TRAIN VINYL SIDINGINSTALLERS i

man was sentenced to five months For Outlying Areas Invite
You to Celebrate the Events
29 days in jail, served his time and Brooker. Hampton and i L
was released Jan. 6. During his in Melrose residents can now dial Of the FaosJoa and Resurrection: of Our Lord .
carceration the inmate became ill, two local toll-free numbers to do With St. Mark's Parish '
was released from the jail on his own business with the Bradford Coun i
recognizance l spent four days, Aug. ty courthouse.Commissioner '
19-23 in Bradford Hospital (BH) and RiddickauafcedAprd14attheBrooker Liturgy for ; TO QUALIFY YOU WILL
returned to the jail. council meeting.( Maundy Thursday with Holy Eucharist. ,

The county has been reluctant to 375420* .-. O.1 y April 16 at 7:30 PM SAVE 50%
pay the bill tendered by the hospital. 3741502S AIM COSTS
BH Administrator Tim '
and his assistant, Terry Freeh, met AirNoon Liturgy for Good Friday with Holy Communion 1 ---- ------------------ I

with commissioners Monday even- April 17 at Noon followed by silence for i
ing, April 13, to .I.C.
discuss delinquent The ENTERPRISES.
two toll-free Gainesville ;
charges mates for treating county jail in- numbers now connect Brooker. personal meditations on the Cross

male The inmates hospital has treated three residents Hampton to and the Melrose switchboard area in Liturgy for Holy 4 2020 NE 12th Placer
including the one in the Bradford County courthouse, Saturday 1

and August.two male 1986, whose inmates bill in was December$1,860,, which via connects a courthouse to all county switchboard offices April 18 at 9:00 AM r Ocala, FL 32670 ;

whose bill was$407. a total nf S2.2.7,, and .

Rearick pointed out that Bradford second operator.The number will also The Great Vigil of Easter CALL COLLECT 904-622-4963
Hospital is a non-profit organization, ring in the Bradford County Jail
April 19 at 5:30 AM
after work hours and weekend .
whose rates are most reasonable, ---- -
compared with other nearby The numbers work local andtollfree followed by breakfast in the Parish House l
facilities. The new hospital, now anywhere in the county Name \ Type of Home
operated by Santa Fe Health Care they are not long distance such
Systems, was recently completed at as in Brooker. Hampton, and Easter Eucharist Address Wood D Block C[
a cost of $7 million, with tax free Melrose.
funds, through industrial revenue These are not emergency April 19 at 10:30 AM City Mo bile D OthtirO!
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and Melrose residents should dial 'Phone_ AM D PM DSERVKtTAR
St. Mark's ]Episcopal Church .
911 when seeking assistance luau 1 -
Rearick said health care is
.emergency. 212 North Church Street Starke Florida
undergoing changes in cost containment .
.programs by the government. -
ana insurance companies demanding
discounts. The most recent
governmental change provides for
specific payments for various
ailments, regardless of the length of
time a patient is hospitalized, en- A
couraging hospitals to release pa
tients at the earliest possible time.
The aging population is creating I
situations not formerly experienced, Roll Out the
providing opportunities for In- Savings
novative financing for the medical
field Rearick said he isn't complaining -
just explaining the forces "we Now Thru Sat. April 25
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Bayless/ Highway Baptist ChurchDedicates

New Sanctuary SundaySunday

Ball and daughter, :Suzannt:
area was also added. Rev. Morgan said. Buddy
was "the big day" for the J.R. Kelly,a member of the church who Strickland; Patty Kay Elder,Donna Sides
Bayless Highway Baptist Church congregation served as building committee chairman, (duct), and.Lynette Griff is. Ray Norman
when dedication services were supervised the construction which was accompanied the singers at the piano.
held in the new sanctuary replacing the contracted by the Robert Kelly Construction special guest on this occasion was Dar-
original structure which was destroyed by Co., of Gainesvill reU Murray director of missions for the
fire last August. New River Baptist t. Association, which is
The pastor. Rev. Leaton Morgan III,ex- The Bayless Highway Church has.been now in the process of constructing a new
serving the area for more than 30 years, U.S. 301 north of
headquarters building on
pressed gratitude to the membership and and has a membership of 124. Thirtyonenew
other churches and friends who helped members have been added since last Stark
make it possible to move into a new fall the minister said. Rev. Morgan expressed appreciation to
$350,000 (estimated cost) building within the Seventh Day Adventist Church on
eight months after the disastrous fire that The dedication service was held at 2:30 Highway 100, where Bayless Church services -
destroyed everything except the founda- April 12. preceded bydinner the held during the construction
tion, which was used in constructing the gegularr morning service,and on the period were also to Kingsley Lake Baptist
new sanctuary. With some modification of grounds, with a Gospel Sing conducted by Church;for its gift of new hymnals, and for
plans it was possible. to add- eight Dew Sun- the Franklin Nazworth family. Special all other contributions of funds or services.
day School rooms, and a paved parking music was also provided during the day by

I. ./I. < I--!" .. ... Happy Homecoming, Baker CountyBaker

County, Bradford County's
neighboring "sister county" to the north,
etD1TOR1ALSFloridians is having a four-day Homecoming celebra- J
tion starting today (Thursday) and conti-
nuing through Saturday. No special an-
niversary Is being celebrated-some loyal
Baker Countians just got the idea it was S1 J-Vj
/ Due for Rude AwakeningAs about time for a good fashioned get-
together of old-timers, young-timers, pre- II
sent, past, and future residents. It shouldbe
this is being written. Wednes- the service simply serves as tax col- a rousing success climaxed by a gala
day morning the Florida Senate- lector for the State. The tax is on the parade and Blue Grass music, with a /'
individualnot on the business or chicken pilau and barbecue dinner on
with the speed of a school of sharksin
a feeding frenzy- rushing to the person providing the service. Saturday.
Bradford and Baker counties have a lot
pass a sales tax on the people of Letters to the editors of nearby of historical background in common. They

Florida for services performed in daily newspapers show that the people are both the off-spring of the same mother,
their behalf. Estimates are that this are beginning to realize who will old New River County, which was dividedin

new tax will cost the people of actually pay this new tax bill. One 1861,just after Florida seceded from the ,.I ..eIp
Florida close Union. Baker was created by an Act of the
to billion dollars
a a letter said: "We were conned. Those
Legislature on Jan.26, 1861,just 11 months
year. of us who voted for Gov. Bob Martinez before Bradford was created by

In the past it has been the customto were hoodwinked into believingthat Legislative Act on Dec. 12, 1861.

pass revenue-raising bills later in here was a genuine Republican, Both were named for distinguished
the legislative session after deter- one whose goal in life was to reduce Floridians. Baker was named for a prominent -
and slash Instead judge of that name, and Bradford
kow public spending taxes. c'r4
mining much more money will County was created and named in honor of .
be needed to meet the needs of the hardly had the inaugural huzzahs Capt. Richard Bradford, first Florida of- ...
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State. This year at the urging of faded before Martinez blossomed ficer killed in the Civil War. ?!r,. i_'f.I"i t'}' .
Governor Martinez the Legislatureis forth as projectively the biggest Both counties are located on the western '.' S t11, &.0
rushing to raise the revenue first taxer and spender in Florida history. slope of Trail Ridge, which has one of the -
and find ways to spend it later. highest elevations in Florida and was the Elder Gifts M. Varbrough.of Starke spent his childhood In this typical
A wise man once said, "Live and first part of the Florida peninsula to "double-pen" farmhouse in northwest Baker County. It was constructedof
The new tax is not a tax on the learn." Many Floridians will learn emerge from the sea during the pre- fat "lighter wood" and Is still standing today.
provider of service, whether lawyer that they've been had again when historic ice age when the water level was 1

plumber auto repairman, or they start opening bills after July 1 lowered as a result of being absorbed in few miles to the newly created communityof Macclenny is much more modern am \1
barber- is a tax on those who and find another tax added to ser- ice-bergs covering the polar caps. Sanderson situated on the railroad. sophisticated today than it was when th i

receive the service. The provider of vices teat were heretofore Over the years in the latter part of the The importance of Sanderson at that WPA Guide to Florida, published in 193 I
exempt. 19th Century and the early part of the 20th time is indicated by the fact that Temple near the end of the Great Depression era !
Century the counties were more closely Avenue in Starke (now U.S. 301) was gave this account of the Baker County sea
tied together by an exchange of some prominent known as Sanderson Road at that time. of government: I
families, the descendants of whom
Senator Chiles Deplores still live in the two areas. Olustee,in Baker County, was the scene "In the back country around Macclenn .
I of the biggest battle of the Civil War in and nearby towns the widely scattere
Among the "emigrants" from Baker to Florida, and this location was so close to families are frequently interrelated, forrr I
Cutback in Bradford were John Darby, father of Ar- Bradford County that cannon fired at the log a rather clannish group, and are apt t
War Funds
Druq thur M. Darby, a leading grocer of Starke battleground could be heard in the nor- look on outsiders with suspicion. Amon
for many years, and the Canova brothers, thwestern part of Bradford. Several themselves, however, there is littl
American people a government-backed who were descendants of the ill-fated Starke families sent men to fight in this restraint.. Their dances bring togethethe
Senator Lawton Chiles warns that the Minorcan colony at New Smyrna, and
battle, including Capt. John C. Richard old and young from miles around. 0
all-out war on drugs declared by the Administration war on drugs that would reach from came to Bradford County by way of St. and several of his sons and nephews, and the appointed night merrymakers arrivin
last fall is already losing coast to coast and into the living roomsof Augustine and Sanderson in Baker County. Dr. William Hollingsworth and son. battered flivvers, in wagons, on mule

its bang.In every U.S. household. But this promise John Darby came to Bradford from Mac- Sanderson lost the courthouse in 1887 to and horses,or on foot,at the country danc
clenny, which was originally called Dar-
now appears to be a backburneritem. the and faster "ci hall, usually a frame building hidde
October young upstart growing
Congress passed a $1.7 byville. ty" of Macclenny.The county records and among the pines along a meandering san
billion anti-drug bill, endorsed with Emigrating from Bradford to Baker county officials were greeted with road. Gasoline lanterns throw a dazzlin
great fanfare by President Reagan who education speaksof County were several descendants of Dr. fireworks and jubilation in Macd envy,but bluish light on the dancers as the frail ha
proclaimed "a major victory" in the drug and prevention that Tate Powell, an early Starke physician. in Sanderson, there was almost armed shakes under the thud of feet in a vigorou
war begins at home and in the community These included his son, Tate, publisher of rebellion in the streets as citizens saw square dance to the accompaniment" of fie
on drugs.
as it should unfortunately, in the real the Baker County Press for many years. their major source of income fade away. dies, guitar, and piano.

"But now, to my great dismay, the world we have youngsters with parents When New River County (compromisingthe Macclenny has continued to grow over the Those days, needless to say, are gon
Administration's 1988 budget proposal who don't realize the importance of this area of present Baker, Bradford, and years, and is rapidly Becoming a forever,as are the days when Baker Cour
"bedroom" for Jacksonville had the unenviable reputation of bein
Union Counties) was created from the community ty
seeks to replace the big guns aimed at training, Sen. Chiles points out. "The eastern third of Columbia County in 1858, in the pattern of Mandarin and Orange the"moonshine" manufacturing center c
the drug problem with capshooters," truth is that there is an illicit drug society Johnsville (in present Baker) was selectedas Park. North Central Florida. But those days wi

Senator Chiles says. It's beginning to out there that preys on our young peo the county seat. Sanderson never recovered from its loss be forgotten in the fun, frivolity, ai-

look like the skeptics were right when ple." When Baker County was created in of the courthouse,and has shown but little gratulauons festivity of this, neighbor week's!Homecoming. Cor i

they attributed much of the antidrugwar In his position of leadership as chair- January 1861,the county seat was shifted a development over the years.

to a rush for headlines by some man of the Senate Budget Committee,

politicians in last fall's elections. Chiles is acutely aware that the federal

According to the Chiles report, the deficit requires cutbacks. But he insists Forestry in Bradford CountyBy ji'ALetters ,

Administration has now proposed $913 that the war on drugs is the wrong placeto I

million in cuts for drug law enforce- cut. In his opinion, controlling drugsis

ment, prevention, education and treat just as important to national defenseas Speaking of Water Bradford David County W.Norton Forester Reader Pleased

ment programs-an overall reduction of conventional arms and nuclear With Police ServiceAt

twenty-three percent in the total drug weapons. Water-We swim in it,cook with it,drinkit control run-off from flood-producing rain- County Fair
budget. Chiles pledged his continued supportof bathe in it, wash our cars and pets withIt falls. Editor
fish in it, boat and ski on it, and :
Under the proposed cuts, Florida- federally supported drug programs, sometimes it pours on us. Rarely do we Gay says that although forests don't prevent : I was so proud and pleased with ou
sometimes called the cocaine head- including drug education in the schools. give a thought about losing It-yet wars in- and lows floods of, they water do levels moderate, and the work highs as County Fair this year, I felt that I had t>
quarters of the U.S.would lose $39 Parents who are concerned about the volving countries, towns, and ranches sponges to reduce water loss while at the say something about the fine wa: .
well-being of their children and their have been fought over it. everything was handled. :
million in drug-fight assistance next same time controlling the loss of valuable
year. future careers should offer their sup- Americans are lucky. Wherever we topsoiL I heard no foul language, I did not see i
port to Senator Chiles and his efforts to travel in the U.S.we find good water.Even "When forests are cut to make way for lot of ugly behavior,and it was nice to no ,
Senator Chiles reminds us that last with war on drugs. public drinking fountains, whether they'rein subdivisions, shopping centers, con- worry about your kids being exposed l> I
fall the President promised the cope a park,on a golf course,in an airport,or dominiums and parking lots, potentially vulgarity (as had happened in the past). I.
an athletic stadium, dispense pure water valuable ground water is lost as run-off/ The beautiful,and the peo
and we have no problem satisfying" our Gay says. "Rainwater that falls in forests, pie were so friendly and courteous.But .
Webster Failed Heed thirst from these "bubblers.
to public swamps, and hammocks is filtered as it
I If you've travelled to other countries, moves down through the soil on its way to my highest praise goes to Chief o
Police Bowen and his I heart
especially in tropical areas, how often rivers, lakes, streams, and ponds all of guys.
nice remarks about I fel
Warning About Col. NorthFor have you been warned beforehand"Don't which provide" recreation and our water so that many credit should go where credit him is due.
drink the water" If you've disregardedthis supply, too.
touched I entered U
as *
advice you've usually regretted
your fairgrounds
daily and saw our Chief directing
a man who is currently head of In another error of judgment stubborness.In traffic and parking cars. I have no
the FBI and aspires to be head of the na- Webster"went along"with a request by the United States where we take our t 1 needed Mr. Bowen a lot, but he was then
tion's top intelligence agency (CIA), Attorney General Ed Meese for a ten- drinking water and our water supply for when I did.I think our law enforcement of
William Webster has a remarkablyshort day delay in investigating the role of granted,we're coming to realize now that fleers receive a lot of criticism, and no
water may not be limitless as we've believ- enough praise. So I'd just like to say
South Florida's Southern Air
and lack of instinct TransportCo.
memory apparent ed for so many years.We're also coming to developed a special respect for Mr.Bowel
for ferreting out potential crime in connection with the arms-bearing realize that we must watch our step and last week at the Bradford County Fair
against the Government- least in one plane that was shot down in Nicaraugualast work at keeping it clean. Thanks, Mr. Bowen.Ida

instance.In October 5, resulting in the death of Barry Gay, Watershed Specialist with Sue Schmitt,Starki
Eugene Hasenfus. During this period, the Division of Forestry,points out that the
spite of his own qualms about the National Security Council documents, state's woodlands, like its wetlands, playan Thanks to Publix
free-wheeling methods of Oliver Northin vital to the investigation of North's and important role in Florida's water sup For Steer Sale Help
the secret aid to Iran scandal ly. .
Poindexter's activities were shreddedor .*- -- I just want to compliment Publix'Super-
Webster attached little or no "Many American rivers originate in market for
altered. "Wetlands are important to the conservation supporting our young people
significance to a memo sent to him by mountains and forests," Gay explains, and protection of our water this past Saturday night at the steer sale at
the Justice Department that should The Meese request for a delay in in- "many of"Florida's rivers originate with supply." Gay says, "but woodlands are our county fair, considering they do not
have alerted him to the potential dangerof vestigating was made to Webster the wetlands. also an integral part of nature's water cy- have a store here in Starke.It .
North's activities. The same day that he received the "unimportant" "Forests influence the water cycle cle and must be properly managed if we is so nice to have one MAJOR Super-
memo recom- because trees, their nature are an the of market chain local
by very are to continue to enjoy luxury an supporting our youth.
mended that the FBI withhold certain memo advising him to cut off of complex natural Thank
important part a unlimited supply of high quality water. you Publix'I!
classified information from North information to North. system.. he. savs."The forest floor acts to IJoni_ _Hughes,Starke

because of speculation that the highflying The simple process of putting two and -- -,...,-.... --- '..' -- .L. ... --

Marine might someday be the two together should have been sufficientto Ie;, ComE D /,, ; ,' i
target for investigation by an indepen- alert the head of the FBI that : !8. 1.

dent counsel. Although Webster initialed something suspicious was going on. If !i'.; usrouE. G,, ,.:

the memo, indicating that he received "intelligence" is not correctly i....... .". .... ....... :" I

and read it, he told the Senate In- evaluated by the head of the agency ( j ., .. .. .. '" .... .,./

telligence Committee that he did not receiving it, what worthwhile purpose ... '-... .. .,.
consider it important and his memorywas does it serve and should the same man The only planets In our solar system without moon are Venus and Mercury.The planet with the most moons
vague about even receiving it. serve as head of the CIA? is Jupiter,with four major moons and 12 minor ones.l .

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April 16, 19K1 TELEGRAPH Page SA

The vial 4. EEBSTER- I

Cr. Bethlehem Baptist Gospel Sing Set Bayless Hwy. Baptist

ide of the news Plans Easter CelebralonEaster At Pine Hill Church Plans Sunrise Service

Celebration will begin at There will be a gospel sing at the Sunrise Services are planned for

Club News Social Events 11:00: a.m. Sunday, April 19, 1987 at Pine Hill Congregational Methodist 6:45 a.m., Sunday, April 19, at
Weddings Greater Bethlehem Free Will Bap- Church located on W. Brownlee Rd. Bayless Highway Baptist Church.
Receptions Church News Births tist Church with the Youth Dept. in (CR-229) past the Vo-Tech Center, Following the sunrise service

charge of the service.A Saturday night, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. there will be singing, testimoniesand
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cantata "Sing Out The Victor? The Emmanuel Singers of a message. Pastor Leaton
will be presented at 4:30 p.m.featur- Jacksonville and local singers will Morgan Invites all to come join us.
Methodist Choir Presents ing the voices of Mrs. Elaine Lee, featured. Pastor Parramore in-
Mr. L.C. McCutchen and Ms. Daisy vites everyone to attend. 1st Baptist Plans

Davis, accompanied by Mrs. WillieM. Refreshments will be served. Easter ServiceThis
Randolph, pianist. Dramatization
Easter Celebration in of"The Last Supper" will followin Scott Davis to SpeakAt Easter, April 19, you are Invited -
Songby the Fellowship hall with the an- Hope Baptist to celebrate Easter at the First
nual Easter Egg Hunt rounding out Baptist Church of Starke. Your
by Milner and Chris Powell lending McRae expressed his appreciationto the celebration.You Christian artist, Scott Davis,from whole family will benefit from the
Buster Rahn their voices to the chorus. Joey Her- the many people who worked to are invited to attend all ac- Atlanta GA will be sharing through exciting Bible study that you will
BCT Staff Writer res was on the piano for this one make the program possible, with tivities. message and song this Sunday,April find at 9:43 a.m. Easter Sunday mor-
The sanctuary and balcony of the selection. special commendations to Steve 19, at Hope Baptist Church. ning and every morning.The .
First United Methodist Church was Four other soprano solos were Interspersed Futch, who operated the TV camera Victory Revival Center Scott travels across the United wonderful account of Jesus'
filled with some 400 people Sunday during the presentation. and equipment. The program was States as well as abroad telling of Resurrection from the grave will be
evening, April 12, who came to hear Debbie Woodfin sang "Upon this shown on cable television, Channel Sets Gospel SingA the good news of Jesus Christ. our theme throughout our Sunday
the 37 voice choir, under the direc- Rock." Esther Hardy sang "Via 5; to David Dodge, who handled the gospel sing is planned for April The service will begin at 7:15 p.m. School. Sunday School or Bible
tion of Bill McRae, present a pro- Dolorosa," (meaning the sorrowfulway stage lights, providing special effects 18 at Victory Revival Center, now Everyone is welcome to worship Study is provided for every age
gram of Easter music com- ), accompanied by her husband, and to Maxie Norton, for holding services in Lawtey Elem. with us on this special day as we group.
memorating holy week and the Don, on the guitar. Marian Douglas handling the sound equipment.The Cafeteria. The sing is to start at 7:30 remember the resurrection of our Be our guest this Easter at the
resurrection.The sang "They Could Not," and Carol Benediction by the Rev. Lord and Savior. First Baptist Church of Starke for
choir was accompanied by the Milner sang "We Shall Behold Ballard Wilson wad followed by the p.m.Rev.. W.J. "Dub" Thornton invites Bible Study (Sunday School) 9:45:
church pianist, Ada Reddish, whose Him." Irish prayer,traditional at the end of everyone to come and enjoy. Thank You a.m. and worhsip.
expertise on the keyboard, said Each soprano solo was presentedin each service at First United Special Easter fun for all
McRae, made the difficult music a flawless manner, with clear Methodist of Starke: "May the road St. Edward's Church From Raiford preschoolers and children!
possible.The voices and excellent rendition of rise to meet You. May the wind blow Week ScheduleHoly Church of God
Holy St. John Miss. Baptist
Rev. Ballard Wilson openedthe
at your back. May the sun shine
notes. The audience respondedto
evening program with prayer, face the of The Raiford Church of God would Sunrise
each with rounds of applause. warmly on your may rain Thursday 7pm.Mass Plans Easter
after which the choir swung into a Fourteen selections were fall softly on your fields,and until we the Lord's Supper followed by like to thank Doyle Archer Funeral 19
rousing song, "Sing to the Lord." with the lasting meet again may God hold you in the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Home for use of the tents and the Services April
presented, program
Bill McRae sang a beautiful just over one hour. palm of his hands." until 9p.m. help provided for their first Easter Sunrise service is plannedfor
baritone,solo, with Don Hardy, Bob- GoodFnday3pm.. -Stations and Homecoming service held on Sun- 5:30: a.m.April 19 at St.John Mis-
Veneration of the Cross; 7 p.m. day, April 12. sionary Baptist Church in Lawtey.
Passion and Death of The church would also like to Breakfast service
Liturgy of the will follow the in
Club NewsVirginia followed Communion. thank the community for their sup-
Christ by Holy the church's dining room. Sunday
Easter port in making it such a success.
Holy Saturday8pm. school will be at 10 a.m.
which was the most favorite song of Susan Blalock, Deneice Bright, Vigil Mass including Blessing of A combination of the Easter program
CrawfordTo that period.All Lonnie Joe Cribbs, Robert Edmondson Pascal Fire and Pascal Candle and First Baptist of Raiford and Youth Day program will
Present ProgramAt members are urged to attend Donald Hamilton, Jr., Samuel Renewal of Baptismal Vows. culminate the worship service,
and bring a friend. Hankerson, Brinda Joyce Heath, Easter Sunday 8 and 10 a.m. Sets HomecomingThe delivered by Rev. Edwin Clark,

U.DC. Meeting Glenn Joiner, John Henry Knight, Mass of the Resurrection. First Baptist Church of beginning at 11:15.
Florida Division President, Mrs. Eastern Star Supper Harold Leverson, Terry Long, John Souls Outreach Mission Raiford will observe Homecomingon The public is cordially invited to

Harvey Clark and Division Starke Chapter 224, Order of the Lewis IV, Bret Marchant, Delores Plans Gospel Sing Sunday, April 26, with former spend the day worshipping with us.

Registrar, Mrs. Robert N. Reisser of Eastern Star, will have a Family McKinney, Rhonda Mayo, Alvin pastor, Rev. Johnny Gilbert, to be Emmanuel Sets
Jacksonville and Miss Dorothy Night Supper Saturday, April 18, at 7 Murner, James Raulerson, Jr., The Pate Family from Branford the speaker at the morning service. Baptist
Leynes, District II Director of p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Charles Revel, Gwen Savage, An- will be the featured singers at a "The Believers" will sing at the Revival April 20-24
Gainesville, will be special guests at All Masons and their families are nette Speed, and Robert Waldmire.If gospel sing planned for Saturday morning service and in the afternoon -
the W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C., invited to attend. night, April 18, at 7 p.m. at Souls One of this group is Giles Tom- Emmanuel Baptist Church, four
which plans to meet Saturday, April you know the whereabouts of pkins, a native of Raiford. miles east of Lake Butler on SR-121,
18, at the Bradford Family Class of 1977 any of these people, or are a fellow Outreach Mission in Hampton. Schedule for the day is as follows: will hold a revival beginning on Mon-
and have not received Refreshments will be served. day, April 20, and continue through
Restaurant at 11 a.m. graduate your Sunday School 10 A.M.; Morning
Miss Virginia Crawford, "MissJacksonville" Hunting invitation, contact: Julie Hazen Pastor Roy Morgan cordially invites Service, 11 A.M.; Lunch, 1 P.M. and Friday, April 24, with services
will present the program BUS graduating class of 1977is Padgett 782-3993, Gayle Shuford everyone to attend. The church is Singing at 2 P.M. beginning at 7:30 P.M. each evening.
singing Songs of the Con- planning its 10 year reunion, and is Nicula 782-3777, or Beth Davis located 3 blocks south of City Hall in Everyone is cordially invited. Revrend Leon Mickels of North
federacy period. She will include in unable to locate the following people Moore (after 5 p.m.) 4734442. Hampton. Wilkerboro, North Carolina will be
her recital "The Bonnie Blue Flag" : the speaker for the revival services.
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I Special Arrivals .RRonald >-" Televised Easter Sunday"Live"Channel --Mass

Evan DenmarkRon Maternal grandparents are Dehlia 4 will once again air the
and JoAnn Denmark of starke Guyott of Lake Butler and William Easter Sunday Television Mass
announce the birth of their son, Burchette of Gainesville; Great- "live" from the Catholic Cathedral-
Ronald Evan, born April 7, 1987 at grandparents are Ivey and Ray- Basilica, St. Augustine, Apnl 19,
Alachua General weighing 8 Ibs, 11 mond Hall of Lake Butler. beginning at 11 a.m.
ozs., and was 21 V long. Paternal grandparents are Janet Principal Celebrant will be Bishop
Maternal grandparent is Mary Turner of Starke and R.V. Turner of John J, Snyder with Father David r U
Ball or Jacksollvllle'great" Wellington, FL; Great- Barnhart as Master of Ceremoniesand ,
grandmother is Opal McElrajtb- of grandparents Alice Barron.of music will be provided' by The, '",' r< ? r mJi
Saltville, VA greatgreatgrandmother is Granny McElrath of Turner, for whom Roy was named. direction of Sister Patricia E. Con-
Saltville, VA; grandfather is W.H. sier, O.P. Easter Gifts. Iftmm MMtMft NOrHSCMtA___
Smith of Jacksonville; great-
grandfather is Mac MeClrath
Saltville, VA.Paternal & Beth Williams, Sr., of Learn To Handle Stress from Julia's Florist WORKS FOR YOU..
grandmother is Doris Lawtey announce the birth of their We've: got a big selection of egg-citing Over the years we've found our Bridal
Meredith of Jacksonville; great- son, Corey Ryan, born April B, 19B7. Better at SeminarHow Easter gifts.basket brimming with Registry Service to be one of the most
grandmother is Morrell Clemons of Corey joins a brother, Gregg, 19 often have felt at wits flowers, beautiful blooming plants and appreciated of all services that we offer
months old.Maternal. you chocolate bunnies to our customers. It makes it easy
Lois Carter of Lawtey; mouth-watering
out& How times
end stressed
for select the perfect wedding
grandfather is Roy Meredith of grandparents are ; you
William & Barbara Starner ,of have you yelled at your spouse or or shower gift because you know it's
Starke. children because something else !' Jr.n exactly what the prospective bride is
mad? Starke Seventh-
Rachel Elizabeth Nugent Paternal (grandparents are Walter Day Adventist you Church is sponsoringa looking for.

Ricky & Cindy Nugent of Starke & Cora Williams of Richmond, VA. Stress Control Seminar to help you The engaged couple register their

announce the birth of their daughter, learn how to manage stress better. in china, crystal, flatware
Rachel Elizabeth born March 27, Joseph Daniel Martin This simple, effective seminar includes and giflware. We record this and update -
1987 in Jacksonville. She joins a careful instruction on what
list purchased, to
and Kim Belk Martin an- the as gifts are
brother Jonathan who is 2 yrs. old. Randy vou can Hn to manage stress in your .
Mr. & nounce the arrival of a son, Joseph ovoid duplication.Visit
Maternal grandparents ,
7 1987 in Alachua life reduce depression, handle ,
Edward Sullivan of Starke; Daniel, born April x N
Mrs. are Mr. & Mrs. General Hospital, Gainesville at 1:23: everyday problems calmer and to be 1 us the next time you're shoppingfor
great-grandparents Starke a.m. He weighed 10 pounds 5 ounces more in control. The seminar Springtime Bouquet Easter Lilies wedding or shower gifts. We'll
of great-
L.C. Sullivan is Helen ;Pate of and measured 211/4 inches long. He teaches three steps to reducing with I 'n oz. chocolate bunny from help you select the gift the bride really -
grandmother joins a brother Jamie and a sister stress: exercise, breathing and wonts. We'll gift-wrap it; we'll ship
Decatur, GA ; great-great-Robinson of Alicia. positive mental attitude. .9.93 {Te ".2.50 it. And the service is freed
grandmother is Bonnie Maternal grandparents are The fee is $10 and includes three Other Arrangements Other Plants Available Couples currentlyin

Epworth Paternal, GA.grandparents are Mr. & Wendell and Juanita Belk of consecutive night session, each ses- From ..2.8S Deliver From ,n2.8S our registry:
Melrose. sion just over an hour long, beginn-
Mrs. Paul C. Nugent, Sr., of Starke. Paternal grandparents are Earl ing April 16, 23 & 30 at 7:30 p.m. Julia Florist Gloria Roberts and Perry Bryan

Turner and Myrna Dockery of Deland and Tina Bowen and Guy Wayne Parrish
Roy Grayson Billy and Lola Martin of Starke. Avenue Starke Carole Hardin and Alon Montgomery
Brant and Karen Turner announcethe Maternal great grandmother is 224 N. Temple
Smith and Brian Johns
birth of their son, Roy Grayson, Daisy Johnson of Melrose. GOODIVlY 964-7711: Margaret
born March 24,1987, in Washington. Paternal great grandmother is Bridget Skeen and Robert Underhill

DC. Roy weigned 6 IDS., 11 ozs., and Maude Griffis of Starke. Leila'.

was 21' long. Bridal Shower .--APRIL 171h c ( ''l ))) )) 'S Dress & Gift Shop

i Lisa Moody Honored at ) ODffl Mon. Set. .:3O- :30

fresh .. ,, .. ....,. ... -- -
Approximately 35 guests attendedthe dip, vegetable tray with dip, ..... .....' ... '
miscellaneous bridal shower strawberries, nuts and punch.

held for Lisa Moody, bride-elect of Hostesses for the event were Mrs. im"1'AYERK'8'QOtL *FOR THE COIFER-Country Club *PRICE DRASTICALLY REDUCED.
Darren Gaskins, held Monday, Martha Myrick, Mrs. Lucile Johns, C t ..W.' ": over I1/ acres 3/2. All brick Was $81.000. now $69.000. Large
March 30, at Pine Level Baptist Mrs. Betty Alvarez, Mrs. Joyce f .' i : J .iBi i. ; sunken living room fireplace ceiling home, 3 BR, 2 BA lam room
Church. The theme, "Showering the Moody, Mrs. Tla Osborn, Mrs. Pat to floor windows many extras w/flreploce. range, ref.,
Bride-To-Be" was used. Johns, Mrs. Carolyn Sapp, Mrs. : .0 UI A.W't t'f .IfJI' Jf":; f '; ii I N !tH.ll : dishwasher central H4A, double
the hall were pastel Marie Thornton and Mrs. Geraldine ,' .. *3 .R. 1 BA, excellent location In city carport. On large lot. Crystal Lake
Decorating t
and refreshment Tomlinson. l 'I ; .1 'C ; .'( Wi: !!it ,Jli"M .. 26500. prlvillges available.
the gift ""
cloths on .
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tables, spring flowers, pastel wed ; ; ; .4; INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved *5 BR, 1 BATH on 2.7 acres. Stocked
out Diane 'i. 9644522STARKE -S: ; 3t ) l: ( ; 'j'L:: :
Mrs. ;
ding bells and parasols carried Special guests were : ; } ,: : i ( '_., rood through property. Owner fin. pond. Igg.wood deck I many extra's. On-
i/.nn.I c''
after Linda Gaskins C' ,w.t.r''d'ir"''' ,
Games were played Moody and Mrs. \IIC. : ; '
the the theme.gifts were opened and mothers of Lisa and Darren. Mrs. '...' fl. '! i".. .,. ..t.dr:::: !,". '<. .::'.:.' '" .'?1./i".7'': ,;If" ''a.30::" "" .;, *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1M BA. 'y'71.900.
; ft fJJ't"fdH! { '"t. ;. ': ,/ 1400 ft., fenced yard 4 bearing *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from
refreshment: served. Clara Colson, Lisa's grandmother, ...':' .:. :<;" .':: :: ;' \ I e.Dc"o! : ,' 'P. ,!! v,1Q"o -".: opprox. sq.
The refreshment table consisted of Mrs. Kay Waters and Deanna, Aunt ', i't''i.."::"i'' !: II"",' .' ',",, CII""".'.' U? pecan trees. $39.000. $6,500.: Some with owner financing.
a beautiful cake decorated with and cousin of the honoree were also :"I "rR.i.J'. '.: .... ;!,.,. \.,. : *E UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX Excellent 11 ACRES : On SR 16 a Morgan Rd.
pastel colored wedding bells, chips & in attendance .' :,g ; J(1')9( !! t J"' ..,,. '., ij ""ii",, : "'. condition, full occupancy Seller motivated.

ft jJ i..I .:..t .. .i.i :o.. YOU PICK THE CARPET Brand new 2 *A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR. 1 BA Central
e; ", :.;, u !'", \ story 3 BR. 2 BA on Water HSA of
iA',., ,r 'dCtj! ."""r '!I '1" i' on major highway. Plenty
STRESS CONTROL *7 ACRES with home & born on 225 storage In basement. Inovatlve financ
near FSP. Has many potentials. ing. Priced to sell 265000.

*LEASE W/OPTION 2 story CB inStark.
large swimming pool large the beat location.3 BR.2 above ground pool. DM garage. A 20 X
23 & 30 BR, 2'/i BA.
April 16. 4
Thursday. lot on paved street with sidewalk. 25 be
BA, over 1.600 tq. ft. living area, upstairs room to completed to
7:30 Brick home with ov.r 2,200 sq. ft.3 double garage CM/A 1W x 300 *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart have your own private BR suite. All this
p.m. BR, 2 BA, large entertaining area. lot. city water* sewer. 70500. lake w/3 BR MH. CH&A. Close to In-. only 66000. ,

Many of us feel like Many other amenities. terlachen. 30000. *J BR W/APPROX.' 1.700 SO.,'FT. .

fellow pictured *JUST Oft SOUTH 301 Mobile home. *PERFECT IN-lAW HOUSING or 2 Fireplace on 1.7 acres, major highway

the poor here at wit's I *DEER RUN Immaculate living In' this 3 BR. 1 BA, on 1.4 acres. families. 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. frontage. 39900.
I 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad, security 'lights. *3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP, with well Separate living but close enough to *CLOSE TO STARKI 3 BR horn and
end, stressed out. I stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only & septic. Owner will consider financing. keep a check on each other. almost new mobile home on 1.76 ocr...
Attend this Affordable' | 15500. *2 BR. 1% BA MH On 1.6 acres, Hurry)
10.00 fee *EXCEPTIONAL 3 .1, over 1300 sq. ft. EMPLOYEES' 1,670 sq. ft. home on 5 range ...rlg., air conditioned won't *COUNTRY LIVING In this almost new |
seminar which runs one ] Close to n.w Wlnn Dixie shopping. Only acre. CH/A. Nice bam. last 'long at 16000. 3/2 CB home on 2 oc., brick fireplace,
hour in length, for 3 211,000. 10 ACRES w/DW. Excellent condition. skylight and many extras
*PRICI REDUCED .no thru troHlc,3/1,
*LOVELY 11In quiet neighborhood.
Thursdays CB. In city Now only 39900.
I Great buy. We Invite Inquiries Qi i Our Other PropertiesI'


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Awards & RecognitionRita

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BHS Student Council Officers Set for New Yearby GeddesReceives DAR AwardRita

Buster Rahn (FASC) state convention in April, Senior Suzanne Dyal, a two year Shuford. Geddes, Lt. Col. Battalion
1985. held in Orlando. A member of member of the student council is Commander of the JROTC unit of
BCT Staff Writer [ Activities... Bradford High School was honoredat
the leadership class and chairmanof treasurer, the same position she
Senior coed Tammy of the Lynn Student is the executive committee Tammywas held last year.Senators. Student council an active group a luncheon April 7, given by the
1986-87 president voted the "best all-around student sponsoring and holding all studentelections Gainesville Chapter National Society
Council at Bradford High School, council member."She is a four ... .Each six weeks period,the Daughters of the American
having moved up from the vice- Revolution Ironwood Golf and
member of the council. Miss
Senior class senators are Denna council recognizes outstanding
presidency.Miss Lynn is also the pitcher the the "class of Country Club. JROTC Lt. Col. Ged-
Lynn is also the pitcher on on girl's Cox class president; Greg Wiggins, students. It sponsors des received a medal and ribbon for
Softball team. awardsthe
the Softball team. Don Thompson, Pam Willingham the year competition" and
and Academic
Junior Jonathan Rowe Is the vice- Patriotism Military
and Stacey Shuford. "Bradford cup"in May.It meets
student elects
BHS body president, and he also attended the bi-monthly, and works with the administration Achievement, which was presentedto
council officers in the Spring of each her by Mrs. Eloise D. Lewis, Na- )
FASC state convention.Jonathan attended Junior class senators are Jason on issues affecting the :
to have the staff in place, and '
Defense Chairman.
year ,
the Lake Yale Leadership Brown class issue earlier this
president; Tommy student body. An
to when the school I
ready move year Workshop, near Leesburg in July Jones council Miss Geddes, daughter of Mrs.
in the Fall. Allyson Thompson, Vicky year, on which
begins Katherine M. Geddes of Starke has \
1986 He was voted the "most improved Goodowns and Stephanie cooperated with administration,had ,
The student council is composed of
been a member of the JROTC unit
student council member.
Kopelousos. to do with length of girls skirts.
four officers elected-at-large, from /
since her freshman at Bradford
Jonathan is chairman of the Elections Sophomore class senators are year '
the student body, and five senators High School. She has also been :(:
Committee, and is enrolled in Yvonne Bobo, class president; Cam Ri; )1
from each of the four high school
honored with a medal and ribbon for q' 4
the leadership class. Ward Alisha Gruen Susan
The of
majority student council
of which is the class
grades, one Junior Rick Kimutis three year Crawford and Tammy Tatum. members attend the leadershipclass scholastic excellence given by Rita Geddes
president, holding an ex-officio posi- member of the student council, and Freshman clas senators are taught by Wanda Smith.Tammy American Legion Post 56 of Starke.Hampton .. DAR Award Recipient

tion.Miss Lynn attended the Florida current year treasurer.Rick attended Steven Thornton, class president; said Mrs. Smith "took over the I
Association of Student Council both the FASC and the Lake Yale Aimee Ferguson, Allison Farnsworth class before Homecoming,and did a
Wr Hr.h..n Beth McKinney and Mark swell job" Hilites

Grant BUS Alums...
By Dolores MengPh.
Representative... Next meeting of the Alumni EngagementsMelissa I 468-115 Vacationers
Association of Bradford High is set Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges spent

Mike Kennon, Congressional May in the BUS library. "', New Arrival... from April 4 to 11 vacationing in
assistant to Bill Grant, is
Rep. meet at6pm. Leigh Winkler Mexico.
The Board of Directors Acapulco,
scheduled to be at the Lawtey Post Kenneth and Charlene Manning of
The general meeting Is at 7 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins
Office at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 21. C. Steven Stringer Graham proudly announce the ar- spent several days last week with

to assist individuals, organizations, p.m.'B'Books are on sale at Announce EngagementMr. rival of their granddaughter, Deanna their daughter and family,Lynn and
businesses and government agencies Mitchell's Drug Store and the June Britten/( Manning,daughterof Donnie Knox, Chris and Felicia in
and Mrs. Austin
in dealing with problems with Sheila Manning. (
the Federal Government. Chamber of Commerce for $5: Winkler of Starke announce the ,I Deanna was born March 29, 1987, Fayetteville Mrs. Vicki Cowden and son, !

"We have the largest district In engagement of their daughter, at Shands Hospital in Gainesville James of Jacksonville visited her
the Eastern United in land area School MenusApr. Melissa Leigh, to C.Steven Stringer, weighing 7 Ibs., 14 ozs. grandmother, Mrs. Viola Lefebvrelast
son of Mr.and Mrs.E.Paul Stringerof
and with all or part of 25 of week ,
Florida's 67 counties, it is Dahlonega, GA. Weekend Campout Joe of
20.Apr.24 Miss Winkler from v Mr. and Mrs. Meng ;
sometimes difficult for our peopleto was graduated 4 I Mr. and Mrs.Randy Scoggins and Thomasville, GA spent the weekend I
Bradford Elem.&Middle School Bradford High School and received a Ii
see that their problems are i family enjoyed camping at with his parents and other relatives.
presented to the proper persons or M...aiyi Barbecue pork..bun bulund coin.applesauce. Bachelor of Science in Education Goldhead Branch State Park from Mr Glenn Mattheus of Folkston,
.cookie,mIlk. from Georgia Southern College, majoring
agencies. That is why I will have TMWby: Spaghetti w/meat sauce cheese illS in Early Childhood Educa- Thursday to Sunday.They were joined GA visited his mother, Mrs. Louise
representatives of my office garden salad,apple crisp hot"rolls milk. by Sallye's sister, Beverly Wan Mattheu last week.
visiting in every county on a Wed_,. Sausage paltle nee 4 tomato tion. She is employed by the Clayton i and of Orlando.
ner son, Jeffrey
regular basis as well as making as gravy, mustard greens, cherry cobbler cake, County School Board and is presently Hampton Elem. School

many visits as my Congressional" Tburnaijf cornbread t Hamburger mIlk. ....vy.1II8Ihed potatoes, GA.teaching third grade in Atlanta, Training ProgramMrs. Jennifer Lester was one of the top

Grant.schedule will permit, says Rep. mIXed Friday vegetables.Manager<< ,peaches Choice. Day.cinnamon roll,milk Mr. Stringer was graduated from C.Steven Stringerand .Kevin Meng participated in a spellers while participating in the

Then menus written by Mrs.Baiter Mh gradeat Lumpkin County High School and two week Park Ranger Training pro- Regional Spelling Bee held in
AARP to Meet... Southside Elementary. received a Bachelor of Business Administration Melissa Leigh Winkler gram at Wekiwa Springs State Park Jacksonville on April 11
Bradford High School from Georgia Southern near Apopka. The 7th graders look forward to a
The monthly meeting of the good time when they visit Busch
Malay: Sausage pattie. rice 4 tomato gravy, College, majoring in General '
Bradford Chapter of the AARP is green beans, peaches chocolate cake biscuits, Business. He is presently employedby Gardens in Tampa on Friday April
set at 12:30p m. today (Thursday, milk. the Continental Insurance Company 17
April 16) in Die Senior Citizen Tuesday Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes at in Woodstock, GA. Mrs. Jean Clark is proud of her 1st
mixed cobbler cake
Center behind the new courthouse. hot gravy rolls,milkWedMsdayi .vegetables cherry The wedding is planned for July graders who all made perfect gradesthe
Fred Cline, administrator for the Barbecued pork en bun buttered _25._ 19R7. past two weeks in Spelling
Whispering Pines Care Center, will corn trench(flee.fruit cup.cookies,milk r I
the Thursday Fried chicken, macaroni 4 cheese, -
present program.
cole slaw applesauce. butterscotch ,
Sandwiches will be served. All In- biscuits, milk. STARKECHURCH

terested persons are invited to at Friday Manager Choice Day. Carpentry Painting Concrete) Pools OF GOD

Hamburgers AlaCarteHimdiyi ,Pioa O.J..IrencIII.: .., ti Heritage Maintenance 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
tend.lEosfer milkshakesraesdijri 1. Walter F. Montz PastorWe

milkshakes. Cheeseburgers 0 J. Pius trench. fries. Enterprises of Melrose I invite you to worship with us.

.Wednesday! Corndogs, pizza french 1.1eI..m..O.J. _' Patio .Docks: Docks .Backhoe .Landscaping Attended Nursery
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"" SUNDAY Tkuridayi Hamburgers, pizza, O.J. Fill Dirt Boach Sand Hauling Welding Sunday School . .. . 10 am
milkshakes. ,french fries. In winter, alligators bury themselves Morning Worship .. . 11 am
APRIL 19th Friday i Manager. Choice Day. I In: mud go into deep holes, ((904)) 475-5695 Evening Service ... . 6 pm
I .Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch or remain resting under water. Wednesday Youth. .. 7:30 pm
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BHS Tennis _Teams Begin District Tournament Action at IMF


By 8("Mark Staff Frtodlin received a bye but faces a tough op- the regular season,and has a bye in has a difficult first round match on Lee High, the third seed in the first earlier in the season by Pat Diggs.
writer ponent Live Oak's Kim Leibfried.the the first round before facing Wendy court five where she
The BHS plays Erin round of the boy's competition. The 'so this match is real unknown to
tennis teams entered number two seed in the secondround. McClain of Middleburg In the second Vance of Palatka. Shields defeated two did not play during the regular Coach McGritf.
district competition at the University .Sapp's only loss of the season round.Ross beat McClain 8-3 in their Vance 9-7 earlier in the season.In season. Paul Bawek on court five
got a
of in North Jacksonville Florida and Bishop Kenny in singles was at the hands of Leib regular season match. doubles Maria and Kim got a Jody Brown is seeded third In the bye in the opening round and will
The Wednesday. fried an 8-5 decision in regular Jackie Nguyen also had a 10-0 bye in the first round and take on the court two competition and got a bye face Steve Etherton of LeSage in the
Telegraph will feature complete season play but Head Coach Jerry record in the regular season but team from Palatka in the quarter in the first round, then faces Staci second round.In .
next week's results issue.for the two teams in McGriff has high hopes for his team drew the number two seeding in the finals.' Ettell in the second round.Jody ripped doubles Jason and Jody are not
in the tourney. court four competition when a St. Ettell 8-0 in their seeded but take
only previous on the team from
Bits number
girl's player Maria "The entire team has played much Agustine came Into the
player Sherri and Jackie are the top seeded match. Fernandina whom they beat
Thomas was not seeded in the draw better in the second half of the at 110. Jackie got a bye in easily
tourney team in doubles and also receiveda Pat Diggs got a bye in the first during the regular in first
but got a bye in the first round and season." said the coach. "I think the first round then must face Kim bye in the first round then face the round of the tourney and will play round action. season
will face the winner of a first round we're ready." Odum of Live Oak in the semi's. team from Lee High in the season the winner of the LeeEnglewoodfirst
match between Middleburg and St. BUS'S Sherry Ross drew the top Odum played Nguyen the toughest of round quarterfinals.Boy's round match. On court two,Kirby Joe Hildebranand
Johns.Number seed in the number three competition any of her regular season opponents Rich Kimutis is set to take on Len Chris Noegle got a bye in round
two player Kim Sappalso ,based on her 10-0 record during losing 8-5 and 86.I BHS's top boy's payer Jason Poon of Englewood in the court four one, then take on the team from Lee
.. .ftriv Tornado Holly Shields alas Brown takes on David Johnson from competition. Poon was beaten High In the season round.

.PUBLIC Oty of Stark.NOTICETh. City Commissionwill Golf Squad Sets Record, Tourney BeginsTornado I

hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday.

April 21. 1OT. 700 P.M. In the Com- golfers shot a school Douglas shot three-over-par 38, and is Tuesday, April 28,at St.Agustine. as comfortable as possible on the
mission Mooting Room City Hall. record 150 on the Starke Golf & Link Bishop shot a 40. SA beat BHS by one stroke In a tri- district tournament course.
Thompson Str..., Stark. Florida. Country Club course Tuesday afternoon It puts the BHS golf team record at match at Middleburg. SA shot 174 Front running teams in the districtare
April 16, in beating Mid- 11-2-1 with four matches left. and BUS 175. BHS won 159-170 when Orange Park Middleburg,
Tho dleburg's 175 game by 25 strokes. SA came to Starke. BHS has beaten St.Agustine Palatka, and BUS.Anyof
purpose of this hearing Is to The new record breaks the old Upcoming... Palatka and Orange Park and won those teams have a chance to win
discuss and receive citizen Input on mark of 153 by three strokes. BUS goes to Orange Park today the Palm Coast Tournament early in it. Coach Sexton thinks. "It's Just
the proposed amendm.nt to the Cityof Richard Gaines remembers a 1978 (Thursday,April 16) for a 3:30: p.m. the season. whoever has a good round that day"
Stark Community BHS team shooting 151 with John tee off at Willow Lakes Country The District Tournament match is The district an 18-hole b urna-
DevelopmentBlock Valinski Wade Winkler Scott Club. Thursday April 30,at Palm Coast at ment. It will take a 320 to 325 roundto
Grant Housing Program. Roberts and him playing. Next Tuesday, Palatka comes to Palm Harbor Country Club. Coach win the tournament Coach Sexton
7DB-91-03-14-02-H45.. Th. proposed Freshman David Elder shot a one- Starke 3:30: p.m. tee off. Mike Sexton entered the golf team in guesses. Going into the Middleburg
amendment will r.sch.dul. activity under-par 35,the first sub-par roundof Then BHS goes down to Palm the Palm Coast tournament early in match Tuesday the BHS average on
progress on the following line items: the season for a BHS golfer. Coast to play Flagler High next the season to give the team some experience 9 holes is 162. and doubling that is
Clearance. Acquisition and Housing Hal Wood shot two-over-par 37.Ed Thursday. April 23. The final match and-allow the players to be 324.

Rehabilitation and will delete the
Planning/Urban Design Line Item and Horseshoe Classic...
increase the amount of the Administration

am.ndm.nt negative Impact Line will Item.upon not Th.the have proposed scope any of Fishermen Win Prizes in TournamentBy 1

work or benefit to low/moderate Mark Frledlln several years ago by local Insurance to it's "luxury" accomldations. took top boat honors with 50 pounds
come persons. BCT Staff Writer Agent George Roberts and attracts a The largest fish of the tournamentwas of fish; George Flynn and Reggie
Over 45 sports fishermen and larger crowd each year for a caught by Raymond Dyal a Flynn were second with 35 pounds
Th. public Is Invited to attend and women from Bradford County head- weekend of competitive salt-water three and three quarter pound and John Torode and Leslie Biggs
comment. For additional information ed for the sunny waters of the Gulf of fishing. Speckled Trout. were third with 32 pounds.A .
contact Linda Day at (904)) 964-8902. Mexico last weekend for the semi- The tournament began last Satur-
10S East Call Street.Stork., FL 32091. annual Horseshoe Fishing tourna- day at 8 a.m., after contestants arrived Three prizes were also awarded to fine time was had by all in the
ment. at the small tournament head- the boat with the highest poundage event according to several
The tournament was organized quarters, which is affectionantly caught during the event. spokesmen and a repeat tournament -
named the "Horseshoe Hilton" due Richard Roberts and Bob Smith is already being planned.

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I Lady Tornado Track Team Excells in Bradford Invitational .

The Tornado girl runners were Kim Hampton, Angle Cohens, Terri __MWrerP.:rr.4t 1* m*- rem BH* *,,_ .) XlarencsMesMSli44' .it t)
runner-up and the boys placed 7th Kitties and Teila Buie placed sixth' ....dmIM 71_ 5HY Rea A lends*.)_... f I UstUcnt. B_, 2S51A7)
out of 11 teams in the 20th annual in 53.73. Ta.rar.-.kin.tM. oruP1.71. nesrssMOl,ItU,41.
IIn1aL.R one MHO_ .* Rol'VI II Bradford 11I.11
Bradford High Invitational held Kim Adams placed third in the 440 MNMManlrillwRllaf7l -.._ 21 'lauM MKsms, Revts level" l) Bishop Ksnny '
Saturday. April 11,on the local oval. yard dash in 62.2. Y rr.a.1.5.M Laaw.r son 2615 Sf >*>.,.* M BeMSMO I".," <> VslBlkS.,..,. 4( '
The BHS girls scored 45 points. Christie Harrell placed second in 1mL-__M... sa. ....53.,70 n. 1.prs.4.M.r6) MsltMO*.

There was a two-way tie for first the 880-yard run in 2:34.28. Iak..y.O1Mnia.sTs..a.w2pm1.1..M.01.,1..M I4nP-
place between Gainesville and Kim Hampton placed fifth in the '
Palatka with 59 points each. Other 220-yard dash in 28.4. r .

points were: 3) Ocala Vanguard 31 Ramona Tennant placed third in
points; 4) North Marion 37; 5) the two-mile run in 12:43.8.: Diskettes by 3M Maxwell
Gainesville Eastside 34; 6tie) The girl's mile relay team of ,

Bishop Kenny and Ocala Forest, 28 Christie Harrell, Lori Sapp Kim Mother brands
points; 7) St.Augustine, 16; 8) Adams and Felicia Davis was thirdin name
Mease. 8; 9) Jax Lee 2. 4:22.8. r nJKM

Three records were broken by the Computer RibbonsFor
girls: Meet Results: .
Hill. OV ran 12.02 in the 100 "J'" ( Most Printers)
meters bettering the old record of Shot Pull I) Snow. NM M'll" 1) King, BHt
U'I" 1)) MINI IS, II..- 4) Hunt ONI,>l'l Vn
13.07 set by Jackson of Palatka in Bsnnett Of,20'10'6)) Mlcksrtofl f A. ".". COMPUTER PAPER
DlKU I) KIng, INS, ""S" I) Mllll. Bl,
1986.Medena Asbel GHS ran 2:22.84: in ".," II hm..v.. OV.,.," 4> Snow.NM"'100 : We rVowes the best price available and guarantee
II Murray Of, l -ll" 4) Wslksr. Lso. 7r4"HISS / r..ari
the 880-yard run, bettering the old Jump l)Thom..p.re" It Hunt.ONI I sarisfbcrianr: t1seaurpaper and if it doesn't run good in
record of 2:25 by Rex of GHS in 1978. 10" It Cox BK."'10" 41 Mitcholl f A,I" '" II ...
The Bradford team of Teila Buie Nichol., NM"''0" 41 PORIBty.. OV 4-r. wn: >>cnmpxifer.. we wilt take back and give Full Credit
Kim Adams,Felicia Davis and LoriSapp Lang Jump It Hill OV "'." 11 NoMe NM
11'1..." I) Jackson P, 14'10'V 41 Crews of. MurHrimI15DaysCCOMPLETE
set a new meet record of Z4-I..."II) Kitten, SA M'JVi" 4) Rivers M..,, tt 'j .0 4ii \
4:23.14In: the mile-medley relay.The II'JH". Y
old record was 4:28.02: by Palatka in 110-Vd.High Hurdliii 11 Adams .>, 11." II
Hunt, OMI, is.tl it Milleropoir,4i 4t Pomser '
ov i?.f i si) Boyitoox tr.III1'mllll,BSUH.
Other BUS places: loo-Mstsr 05.1,.II Hill ovoii.01 at)WHHsmi.OMS .
Unissa King of BUS placed secondin U.91 41 UKkunO P. 11 n 41 No...., NMg ij :- "
the shot 33'1" 21" II Hutto SA.15.11 41)HsmptonOBHSOll. ; -
put throwing a
MM Hunt 1)) Jonne Dunn ._* It 14.91 1(
personal best. vsbslooHS. 1,not It Supernsultaov. l:444t
King won the discus with a throwof II lmlttlOCS04MIM 41 Xh>ren .OMssie 4t4lU
104'5". anothe personal best. 7< MlcftolOLs04i31,4l
SJ1-V.rd. Rolsyt II( Pslitks 41.11 II North --
Kim Hampton was sixth in the 100 Marlon 41Si 4t Oslnoivllls High fi.fr 41 2. RUBBER STAMP
meter dash in 13.58. 1I.IMI.u.lln. 41) Out Xorsit..,.. 7( Brsdlorn .. -- -
The BUS 440-yard( relay team of ....., -. :;; -


I Raffle Winners Announced _.- From Tour Office Supply Store

Hand-off... & tRiufj TOM
by Buster Rahn Charles King, Lawtey, an oil
BCT Staff Writer change for his car or truck from Lori Sapp takes a handoff from Christi Ilarell duringAC Dllliat lr."'"- 1Rb5tB PtrtedmvravoeNmgeoTags :

Lawtey fire chief Bill Crouse had Crawford's Amoco, Lawtey.T. nn..l Bradford Invitational. .
the mayor and members of the city McDowell Lawtey an oil w r:"
council draw names Monday night change for his car or truck from __ill.'. wSYtc ftasr CSkiCfaviiBC THE

April following the regular councilmeeting Heath Garage, Lawtey. Seals
,determine winners in the 'Linda Tyler, Lawtey, a cabbage DFFICE1IIIIIrr.
Lawtey Volunteer Fire Departmentraffle patch doll, from Mis. Tew, Lawtey. : .r....

which netted about $250. ''Lynn Nolan Middleburg, $15 in -
The winners and their awards are: gasoline from Lawtey Shell Service h SHOP

Terry Crews Jacksonville a Station, Lawtey. -' .%.: a1....,_Pl'at'esfblrD ;i' .
quarter of beef from Waters Crouse, speaking for the membersof .. lk 110 W. Call St.
Grocery Lawtey.Edward his department, extends his ap- !
preciation to the local merchantswho STARKe AOA aAMPGRDUND- s
Thomas Lawtey a m PfciscfeKf BkwTfwss 964-5764
flower arrangement, valued at $60, participated in the raffle,and to FRED a PAT MCEL WDI' ;
from Janet Starling Flower and Gift each individual who purchased W.Have Bottled Go ow...... c.a.nIs (i Starke. Fla. Ai

Shop. Lawtey. tickets For Your Summer Cookout.TCLcPHON. UR'SII_ ---Prid
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Rec News CPO4I oe. 04e4Custom _saaamn ESlt --.1zs'n' at1

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T- all. Small Fry today (Thursday, April 16)) at the -

Jr. Softball Edwards Road Recreation ComplexNo.
We Print Letterheads
Registration Set 2 ballfield. Anyone interestedin Home BiersBuilding ,
officiating Softball should contact
Registration is under way until David Tew.Exercise. Envefapes Brochures. Posters,
May 15 for T-Ball Small Fry

Baseball and Junior Softball spon- Classes... or Remeiie .E Adv. Flyers Menus
sored ,
by the Starke Recreation
Department. A new exercise class begins April Baths Kit:h*),ns AdiU-8oina l>
27 at the Starke Recreation Statements Plus others
Registration is set in the Old Armory ,
on N. Temple Avenue and ment. or Come See Our New Lo..-Sidad Htstnr
dance 5:30-6
: p.m. roo
Adkins Street from 8:30 a.m. to
noon and 1.5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Exercise, 6-7 p.m. or Re-Roof Your Home Let Us Quote Your Next
Classes set
are Monday through

Umpires Clinic... Thursday In the Old Armory Call 964.7230 or 964-4799 Ewes. Register Form Job
Building. Price: Depends on how
A pre-seeson clinic is set at 7 p.m. many classes attended per week..


tummerciat and non-commercial collec' <.. Co .--dIIr 71.. .....aA...._ NDTIQOFINTENTiWsTQRBISrEA Administrative Office lulldfng, for the
I eon transportation, or disposal of solid 1ha soar sf RA.d-. ..d .rmlSa.s fallowing
Legal Notices wasto. .::5toMo."'....... FfCnTTOUS' NAMESozHoOTaeaU BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL REMODELING

Said contemplated ordinance may be Any .parai e'r' .bk9 tu..a'w RL..n_ ),.aF........ STARKE ELEMENTARY ADDITION
Inspected by the public at Bradford 11110_1icatDft'll6e- -. liD NUMBER:7-0505-1
Si..a. .. .......ojvoir that me>
County Courth__. County Clerk. Office _iarfibge.llh'/brR.gi.arDn..r These specification and drawing
tion for the adoption of the obov. minor S....., Florida during .... regular Im ill.Hi*.......I]> ../.L- .\\fO._ u..dk _---ll Neal. ?>Wn0554.w. Epps. .leo PC.-_Basf1al.Sh.MCILS may .examined at the Bradford. County

NOTICE child hat been filed against you and you business hours of said office. jpttieVtMHifgBBC4tto .. :11I 5rg'i a ... all: ............fl.- snooP School bard Office. 512 North T....-
I am no longer responsible for debt or. required to .rv. a copy of your All Interested parties may appear at >!.r-o-a-.IW4........... Fta.i._. Bra pl. Avenue. S......., Florida 3201, and
than written d..n.... If to It, said and be .heard with Tk,6onwW POX. SSX3y2fr4tnd:41 ... obtained that ...... location
incurred other meeting at
by anyone myself. any on respect GaM-gloaDIa........ A''..... 35rM.1. Pit 3ID9'tI.......... .. map ,
Mr. 1,11.3u.. Dudley P. Hardy P.A. t......... .pplic.bn 45r ..... wa'd IfIwo. will 006)6)_ wnir.the far_ 130.00 nanrofundoble dapoilt.Bid .
4/14 Itpd P.O. Drawer 1030 Dated this 14th day of April. 1.S7. a.nit.g will rite _mpYi.d I ....... s.y.S.r...... u-. panne : gacurlty In the form of a Bid Bond
Storks,Florida 3201 BRADFORD COUNTY then lb.15th lap 5.1k..r'I ............. IDIIaoIII ,, executed by the Blddar and a qualified.
('04))f''.5701 STARKE. FLORIDA .... .. ..... ... ., .......- ..., ..islNprdl ? surety or certified" or cashier's) chock
NOTICE OF SALE and file tho original with the Clark of the GILBERT S.BROWN 1ha .... d 1toe nwssip.s1 ..... JIDC. c-.tyo. ai> any national or .ta<. bonk In tho
: *>
OR DISPOSITIONRon abova styled court on or before May IS, CLERK whdl.v.r i ,...,."....)......... pWoowlwdad amount specified In $specification
Denmark Storage of 2117 N.Temple IfS7j otherwise a judgment may ... 4/145 Iteng by..... _in.103brx.r lbw ....... payable to the Bradford County
A... Starka, Fl, will sail to .... entered against you for the relief' ..... _."T.. _..11'1 J. 110RQOFINTBSTT02.TCBEG55r School Board must accompany oach bid
highest bidder on April 30. If 17 at 8:30 demanded tho ".'Itlon. tin .d ..appli..Mw. B3.ii.ll.ii.4m a ...._ that tho Bidder will not
a.m. the contents of storage No. A.I WITNESS my hand and the goal 1 of said) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.EIGHTH lUn.itkinawdrp1611w.'If. : .. TTTS2US NAME withdraw from the competition after
belonging to Carroll Bronnea, contents Court on April 13, 1151.GILBERT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR .q.u.rf4.v. _' EL.IMm.ylbi.p.ctad RLr.wN t6. ....- 5x5:51: : Norlrkr opening. mo bids, and In the event tho
unknown; the contents of storage No. S. BROWN CLERK BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA. In.t1.. C.4..Mpar1. -.1') .1Oiliw '-.__ ......,...-........ contract awarded to tho Bidder h. will
B-3S belonging to Norman's Market By Linda t.Paarca CASE NO.:B7-139-CA drrkg .......- .IMar.. .. ...diw- -'1..IIt.5..,R0. ... within. ton ((10)) day offer receiving
contents unknown. D.puty Clark IN RE Th. Adoption of Phu4'3.4. 4I>. ........1........lb..w 141RA510d/.lr.ry NL370lB ...._ amo, execute the contract and furnish
4/23 4/14 JACK DALE COOK JR. r .' --r..a.vain....fine non,.1 m. required band which thoecurfty
4/142tchg 4tchg /7 -........... ;part_.. .. ffllo falling
a minor. ) will .. ........ wlks"ba on..quwt. VVWerto a>>KwU.. POX Beoa 1249V USAdfemr.ai thall become the prop.rty of
NOTICE OF ACTION .A .......... ...dlmgps........ fIfoo_>ma5t i.SMp t.ataglwwss thai Owner as liquidated damage
CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER TO JOANNE ..ARIAMOiIIAKER _toe .. ......... Ew Ilk.E.gi..lOf' idlIIMM/.r.n Na.i... .rf.dsr..dd. AM .bids must be made on the ap.iropriate .
Th. City of Stork. fs accepting sealed. ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED RESIDENCE UNKNOWN '1saes.SEex.Y. proposal forms, proporly ..-
bids for the construction' of 13.2 KV ORDINANCES YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for r.TiSHMI I tt.. TINS dew AIL A.D., e urad sad placed I In the envelope provided
feeder circuit to ... built In .... City of BYTHE BOARD OF COUNTY the adoption ef minor child has been Ierh.6rfi.k. c--,.. marked to Identify. the bid and
St.,.... Florid. Specification are COMMISSIONERS. filed. end you are required to same 4VI4rpdSVrttltUm thenshall. be delivered or mailed to
available at .... Electric System Office, COUNTY OF BRADFORD STARXI, copy of your written defenses if any onJohnny INTHECICUITaentII Bradford County School Board, 5S2 North
City Hall 20f N. Thompson Street FLORIDA R. Ho..... Jr.. pot"I_'. ..- JIlOICIAL LIRDIR51JASf9RrID : Tempi A_.... S....., Florida 3201.
S...... Florida. Bids will ... opened at NOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN that en tins urns,.. whoso address i. P.O. Dnswar t>a1/NIK JRLLEmti4TiilElmaWOlk NOITCEOPINTB4T101TQEEfa'BrIB The Bradford County School Board
.:10........Tuesday. April 21, lf(7 In the 4th day of May, ltS7, at :00 A.M..ho 3e. Stark. Florid. 3201 en or before : ro..sM right to reject any or all
City Hall Commission 1_. County: Commissioners of Bradford May 11. 1fS7. and fI.. .... original with IM RESEMMETT".............. N mOUSMAME.ions bids. waive Informalities, In any bid
4/16lkhg County Florida, In regular session to ... the clerk of this court either .before service 1tD\LiiAG..R.. .' Sa s..aa'IIP Nand.S ......me award In part or whol. and to
h.ld at the Bradford County Courthouse. an petitioner's dingy or immediately .......... I---. --1..I ........--*or.... ......the award In the .best Interest of
Stark, Florida, will consider the follow. thereafter: otherwise a sad. n.di.-M DridNLWtl.rwisMPQ'" me Bradford County School Board.
INVITATION TO BID ins ordinances,and the proposed enactment default will" entered against you for MEUSA 4mPE MOSS A6. ..............PE3m1P. wS.wnw Award shall be. based. an tho lowest
Th. City of Stark Community th.r..... .... ...Iwv. wMfiHiiidva In *... potlti_. w.... -M.d, ..........firn,_.4R..nbrlmrlxr. .....>bid pcoa.l.BRADFORD .
Development Office will accept bids for WITNESS my hand and .... seal I of this wona nFaIDLTE0SGTRUV ysL..irp., R0.Ekr COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
the rehabilitation of dwelling unit .. PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO.S7-2 court on this Bm day of April. 1S7. /R4.. ..........I'lL' :IZII'rr. IataIIIIa .. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
follows: AN ORDINANCE .PROVIDING FIRST FOR GILBERT S. BROWN.CLERK .IO-rnoj Rrr wyrrrnaWrramom.vmdr.th.. BY'Jim Duncan Superintendent
Date of Bid Tuesday. April 21. 1S7 THE ESTABLISHMENT AND ADMINISTRATION BY Linda L.PearsDeputy TO MELBA f4CIIPE..aIItIISID : 1xt "_ Bradford County School.
Place of Bid Grant OHIc. 10B I. Call OF SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL dork CE JNIIN67W51 *H.......April.AXIK.1aT 419 2teh.4/16
Street AREAS) PROVIDING THEREAFTER FOR 4144tchgf7NOTICE YOU ARE........._ .....__.. .146........ m.I I.
Tim*of Bid 10:30 p.m. REGULATION OF SOLID WASTI COLLECTION ...........d sswrrglbw..IIIWepinDt 6)5,11113'NRRCEOFII
location of lid B3I Florid Street TRANSPORTATION ANDDISPOSAL. .... .d. q.w n.grisr fm.y.smprig.rr..rNS..dri.w NOTICI UNDER
Owner of Untti Loroy Dovl.W.Ur..h .ill FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Contractor Time 10:00 OF SOLID WASTI DISPOSAL AREAS) JAMES .. ROWEU. JR. .... mode application spay.... M wiug.rP.lh.wSNSVrwT..bee.arld., l B6TIOla NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN mat the
PROHIBITING THE UNLAWFUL COLLEC for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for'J __.. i1QBENkwSnT.mpl. 1 _IT@RfO116NAASET undersigned desiring to engage Inbusinesa
a.m.Conti cotr. Walk-through Data Mon TION. TRANSPORTATION OR DISPOSAL In B-3 for Auto S.rvin.d ......ir to the ___........kp.ii.lRL 3'N OIFIlpROJ.02D1NTM0TFERA@ORia under the fictitious name of
day. April 20,117Coaracton OF SOLID WASTE IN BRADFORD COUNTY Stark Beard of Adustment| on property a' ....-SAPrfl 2P. llp.wd.4Mri... FLORIDA AIR CONDITIONERS INC..
Walk-through Location: ; AND. FURTHER PROVIDING DEFINITIONS that I* Classified B-3 and described. .td.isal 1-'tit ..... ....... aAW .asst IDIIIaa! an.it. PUA3'4 6)G.. HUCOSVMmi Vb/. VALOR AIR CONDITIONING ISUPPLY
At the |o* site PROVIDING THAT THIS ORDINANCE below either ....-_.. w Ilk..ls. --_ ROiWEDI. .....i>-mill.tha It he CO.. or number 441 Powers
A of the work write-up can ... Bl LIBERALLY CONSTRUED) Parcel 03437-00000: m Section 3S. --,srW b, ..... '10-... II r h. J __.....a.ot..CJnuIIo Avenue, In the City of Jacksonville.
obtained copy from the Grant Offtca at OS I. PROVIDING A SEVSRABILITY CLAUSE) Township 4 South Range 22 East, .being .d.kN adR .._ssd. slaw .....r.r......c-a... .......... Florid, Intend .. register the said
Call Street along with copy of....Standard PROVIDING FOR ALTERNATIVE OR SUPPLEMENTAL a part of Block 1*of Temple AcId_to you fer the i.....aM..d.d,irpr.N ....... ... "i.0 OA FAMtV name with the Clerk.of the Circuit Court
Praformanc* Specifications. Grant AUTHORITY) PROVIDINGFOR Town of S....., tented behind 44* N. TI'wdll.wgp_ k.W saw w3.. .. Bradford County. Florida.
Office hours are B ..... II neon and 1 THI REPEAL OF CERTAIN LAWS. Tempi Av. at Brownlee St. (Hwy 16)).to em thai ItVtti Okay asf ...... IUo r-- .esria.i.R ,.. Dated er Jacksonville. Fl, this :30th
S Monday through Friday. AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE hov..uto..lco..... repair. -. avd..a I2S: s.db Wak.P day..January, 187.
p.m. '
Bid p.m. must ... submitted. In sealedIn DATI. The Stork Board of Adutment| will I".1 OWEI ....................ZI8ft' FLORIDA AW CONDITIONERS
_volo,.. PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 17-3 conduct public hearing at shah regularmeeting acrua.a.LJlPURI,. Byt Joseph B.Bishop President
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B see ti 0 n Lake Region Monitor Union County Times

Thursday April It, l.87

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Union County's Lance Peacock Shows Champion Steer at FairUnion

High FFA member Lance Bo Hersey- won first place a $50 SUrke Rotary Club.
Peacock showed the grand cham- award plus a trophy, aDd Lisa The over-aU performance award
pion steer, an 1,199pound purebred Mosley $25 and a trophy in the I
Limousin, which sold for $3.50 per Herdsman's Award, sponsored by Se. Feye 21Fro
pound in the 1987 Bradford-Union
4-H and FFA Steer Show and Sale.
The '''"u
reserve champion, a 1,169 -- ---f"" I'IRJlii
-Season Chck ComprttMor, B.? ""
pound Angus-Brabma cross boughtat ) -
auction for $2.50 per pound, was lAIr Conditioner1Spoclai up lo 2 can Freon
shown by Bradford FFA member .10 95
Terry Whitehead,son of A,B. Jr.and .
Faye Whitehead of NW New River {
section of Bradford County.It All Tires Made in the Good Old U.S. of A.
is the second steer entry for
young Peacock, the son of Ernest TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE
and Gail Peacock of Lake Butler anda GRAN PRIX HIS GLASS BELTED
freshman at Union .r'v *
School.. High 31x10.50x15 ... . 51.00 P195-75B14 . .. h '29.00
"It was stubborn," said young .31x11.50x15 ... . '87.00 P20575B1432.0033x12.SOxl70.00
Peacock. But Lance Peacock hung / P21S-75B1. ... . '33.00 >
in there and had his steer well train- 9x15LT . .. . '59.00 P205-75B15 .. '31.00
ed, and could position the steer, exactly V P225-75B15 ., .. .... '35.00
as photographer Mac McLen-
don asked, to be photographed for 1 'a n IQ Extra to Balance Tire P23V75B15 . '36.00

the the buyers Publix Super- Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall
markets.The name of the steer was Clean Repair,
not revealed for publication. P155 1011-13 .......... ........,.. ,.. '30.00
Peacock lives on a farm near Lake Grand Champion.... P1S5IOR-13 .. .... ,. ..... *32M Wheel ;
Butler.where his family raises about Lance Peacock of Lake Butler shows off his pureshow.. P19375R-14. "pto .... ... *37.. 20 head of cattle, mostly purebred bred Limousin steer which won the grand championLance Is a member of the Union County FFA. P205 7511-1. .. JktlcH. .... .. .. *39.0B 4 Wheel Drive >
Limousins. Peacock his calf at the Bradford County Fair Steer and Swine
from Lowell Shadd,bought who got the ship & P20575R45. p",\\*.\ ....... .... ..U* 2FrontwMelsP22575R15..YIp ?

eventual grand champion from for the grand championship in next ...... . ... ..*.44.0I $32 0
Lakeland, said young Peacock. year's show. / P235_ 7S ,15 ...... ........, ..... .. .,*48.0a
Persistence also paid off for Whitehead also Shear
Young won the Glenda's
Whitehead, 16, who won reserve grand championship trophy for Design Special Summer front M MMM coin M DM raPStas
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Huge 2 B SECTION April U,1087

I Bradford's Terrv Whitehead Shows Reserve ChamDion Steer I Iand

Adams trophy, Bradford was won FFA by member.Bobby YY Michael StilweD, B, 4-H, a 1,266 Mitchell Gainey, B, 4-H, a 1,096
The award was sponsored by Property __ 1 a pound Angus Cross Simmental,$1.40 pound Limousin. $1,35 per pound,
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. d per pound, purchased by Bradford purchased by Southern Copies Pro-
The senior showmanship award County Telegraph. ducts of Jacksonville.
was won by Bobby Adams, who Bradford Junior FFA Chapter, a Mark Thomas, U, FFA, a 1,028
received a $500 cash award plus a 1,111 pound Limousin Cross,-$1.60 pound Limousin Cross, $1.60 per
trophy from Roberts Cash Feed and per pound, purchased by Hillendale pound, purchased by Dean Ward
Construction of Worthington Farms. Timber and Lake Butler Farm
ings. Chet Norman Bradford FFA, John Howard, U, FFA a 1,222 Center.
won the second place showmanshipaward pound Limousin, $1,80pe r pound Stephanie Gainey! ., B! 4-H, a 1,052 I .
and received a $150 cash purchased by Pritchett Trucking 01
award sponsored by W.D. Andrews Butler. $ Pag 3S

Farm. .. ,
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The first place showmanship :>>I:3I: M-F
award in the junior class was Bo tk -J- AnnHou..I: :00 Sat.
Hersey, who received a $300 cash 0 Call Street
award, sponsored by Lake Butler 0'8"-547
Farm Center. Second place went to A Speciality Gift Shop
Lance Wiggins, Bradford FFA,who
received a $150 cash award from .
W.D. Andrews Farms. .
The 36 steers in the 15th annual ,&t Last chance to register for Easter drawing on Saturday,April 18.
steer show brought total sales with
add-ons of$83,649. The average ring A few Easter baitheU are available Let ua help you fill one
sale price was$1.53 per pound. Add-
i and It for
wrap you.
OIlS brought the over-all average to r .

$2.04 Total per weight pound.of the 36 steers was n.- ... .. .... ... .,, '" ".... .. .,.'1'' P' ...., .. .. ,1- 'K Fantastic''group of new wooden magnets. I

41,093, an average weight of 1,141 Reserve Champion...
pounds. Fifteen of the steers graded Hot new Iteml We can now personalize with painted wooden letters plus bears,
choice, top> grade possible. The Reserve Champion at the Bradford County Fair of the Bradford County FFA, who raised this Angus- clowns,houses and even GATORS!Let us make something"uniquely yours". .
The choice steers brought 70 cents Steer Show and Sale was Terry Whitehead, a member Brahma cross, a real beauty In the eyes of the'Judges. We Appreciate Your Patronage

per pound at resale from Bradford- pound Angus Cross,$1.74 l
Union Cattleman's Association.The per pound -
purchased by Florida Pest Control
good grade steers brought 68 cents and Florida National Bank. ,
per pound from Larry Motes Farmof Tricla Bath, B, 4-H a 1,101 Angus THE MAGIC NEEDLE : ; !
Jacksonville. Cross Limousin, $1.40pe r pound, ::5 fe. %
Each entry Is listed below: by Timber-jack and Lewis [1 Announces A Great Ji,496
Bobby Adams, B, FFA, a 1,309 Timber Co.
pound Limousin, $1.90 per pound, Jason Stalnaker, U, 4-H, a 1,169 Annual.
purchased by Teal Tile i Carpet of pound Limousin, $1.50 per pound, SPRING SALE
Starke. r
purchased by Archer Funeral Homeof
Greg Wiggins, B, 4-H, a 1,009 Lake Butler. Rate
pound Limousin, $1.80 per pound, Curtis Clyatt U, FFA a 1,203 %
purchased by Florida National Bank pound Angus Cross Limousin, $1.50per All Items Discounted pounded,25
and Orian Wells Chevrolet
of Starke. ,
pound purchased by Union
Chet Norman B, FFA, a 1,106 County courthouse officials. More Than 50% ,
pound Limousin, $1.60 per pound, Angie Schlosser, B, FFA, a 1,300
purchased by Farmer's & Dealers pound Limousin Cross, $1.35 ,
Bank of Lake Butler. purchased by Sawyer Gas perpound ar.
Scott Douglas, B, FFA, a 1,140 and Florida National Bank. Kits '- Frames Models, Etc., 4 a
pound Limousin $1.60 per pound,
purchased by Shadd. Trucking of Kevin Hamilton, B, 4-H, a. 960 Sale April 15th thru May 31st 7.336Rate
Lake Butler. pound Limousin, $1.50 per pound,
Bo Hersey, B, FFA a 1,237 purchased by Hillendale Farms of Annual Yield
Limousin, $1.50 per pound, purchased Lake Butler.
by Triest Construction of Lisa Waters, U, FFA, an 1,120 HOURS: Wed.-Fri. 9:00 4:00
: am :
Keystone Heights. pound Limousin, $1.90 per pound, pm Rate
Lisa Mosley,B, 4-H, a 1,266 pound purchased by Interstate Electrical Sat. 9:00: am 2:00: pm %
Limousin, $1.50 per pound, purchased Supply of Lake City. Other Hours By Appointment Com 710
by Taylor's Custom Slaughter of Sarah Douglas B, 4-H, a 1,217 Monthly
Jacksonville. pound Limousin, $1.35
Bradford FFA Senior Chapter, purchased by.Hillendale per Farms pound of 1517 Be...nl Rood ..
shown by Scott Vaughn, a 1,043 Lake Butler. 964.6300 ::8' : .. !'

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Champion .

from page 2 :. tump's Department Store. per pound, purchased by Hillendale Chad Ward, U 4-H a I 096 pound.
pound Limousin, $1.50 per pound, Ginger Adam, B. 4-11, a 1,280 Farms. Limousin$1.60 perpound,purchased -
purchased by Mid-Florida Trucking. pound Limousin, $1.20 per pound, Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter, by Howard Auto Parts.
Donnie Oden 8, FFA, a 1.169 purchased by Publix Supermarkets. a 1,140 pound Angus Cross Limousin, Lance Wiggins, B, FFA, a 1,135 Lou-Ann Azalea & Blueberry Farm
pound Limousin. $1.25 per pound, Brittany Ward U, FFA, a 994 $1.50 per pound, purchased by pound Limousin, $1.35 per pound, Located off 100 South toward Keystone, take right on
purchased by Columbia Livestock pound Limousin, $1.70 Publix
per pound Supermarkets. purchased by Hillendale Farms.
Market. purchased by Spires IGA and David 24th Avenue, follow signs or
Hamilton B 4-H a 1,222 Kelly Dyal,B,FFA,a 1,093 pound
Debbie Parrish Cross B. 4-H, a 1,203 ,Douglas Equipment of Lake Butler. pound Hobo Tractor pound, Limousin Cross Simmental, $1.50 Call 964-7109 & W.will assist you Tues.thru Sat. 10-5:30
pound Charlois Simmental, Josh Crawford B. 4-11, a 1,086 purchased by of Pro- per pound, purchased by Jerry
$1.35 per pound, purchased _by pound Braford Cross Brangus$1.25 vidence. Hamm Chevrolet of Jacksonville. One Free Tree
Lake Butler Junior FFA Chapter,. Connie Guynn, U, FFA, a 1,023 Dogwood
a 1,256 pound Limousin $1.50 per pound Angus Cross Limousin, $1.50 with purchasePut
SFCC Starke Center April ZZ.Application. pound, purchased by Pritchett per pound, purchased by,Pritchett any
forms are available at Trucking of Lake Butler. Trucking of Lake Butler.
Spring Schedule Set SFCC Starke Center, Bradford High Tommy Hamilton, B, 4-H, a 1,033 John Erwin, U, 4-H, a 960 pound Your Handcrafted ItemIn
The Starke Center of Santa Fe School In the office of Mrs. McCloud pound Limousin, $1.25 per pound, Limousin, $1.50 per! pound,purchased Our Consignment Shop
Community College has announced and Mrs. Holiday and in local churches purchased by Columbia Livestock by John Whitehead and Marvin
its schedule for Spring A classes in the community. Market. Pritchett. "AII Nature Sings of Jesus"
which begin on May 6 and concludeon
June 18. a
Day and night classes will be offered
during the upcoming Term in
the renovated Bradford County
Courthouse. The current Winter
Term,which has 325 students taking.
over 650 seats, concludes at the end

of Registration April. for the short((6 week) Wi
Spring A Term (as well as Summer DIIER
B and the 14 week C Term)begins on
April 21 and will be held daily from
10:00 a.m. to 4:00: p.m. A counselor
from the SFCC main Campus will be
present for academic advisement. R
Spring classes include Nursing
Assistant Introduction to Com
puters, Intermediate Algebra GOOD '
Music Appreciation, Introduction to THURS WED.
Literature First Aid, College APRIL 16-22, 1987 America's Supermarket. gto aES.
Algebra, Elementary Algebra, Programming htaSED
In BASIC, Intro toIlumanitles
,Advanced Composition, ZEF1

Principles Religions 20th of Century Accounting,Introductionto I, Major PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: .; APaNV'9 t\. :::'

Literature, U.S. History to 1877 STARKE 0 ,
Intro to Philosophy,and Spanish II.. eaa wALI+tT-KVOfORO SOUAM SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PHONE_I 0 0_=-"/
C Term classes include Math for .. '.
Health Related and Principles of ; r 1"a
Land Use Management.The ryr

and Summer complete Classes schedule is found for Spring in an WINN.DIXIE : :> .
ad in today's Telegraph. For more CAN LOWER .
Information please call the SFCC
Starke Center at 9645382.

Minority Urged The Guy to Andrews Students Apply SFCC Minority- YOUR MONTHLY GROCERY BILL

Recruiting Committee urges minority .
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I, Bradford's Kelly Brown Has Grand Champion in Swine Show at FairKelly I

Brown, Bradford 4-H'er, ded on 2S- ents per pound to bring flcials. pound, $S3t w.al panbued b.r the On Be&fiqg. B. *H., $2 per Florida Peat Control and Home
showed the top swine,a 228 pounder this bid up to a $2 per pound Jason Smith B, 4-H, $2.50 per Rotary Club of Swu.. paual ttWMUL pted fey Entertainment Center.
in Wednesday night's judging andthe minimum. pound,$585 total, purchased by Columbia Philip Crawf nl. B. 4tZ: per By.QalBTB ffUBfflBUBBf jtflTtf JblflKKevaa Lawtey 4-H Club exhibited by
Hampshire grand champion Dale Pendarvis, B, 4-H. $2 per Livestock Market. pound. >y ....,. U. FT A. $3 per Dafcl: starring $3: per pound $594
brought$5 per pound at auction Fri- pound$434 total purchased by Gold Anita Black, B, 4-H P per pound, PublU Sheer ......tints facaL psrcikaMd, by" Dw.- total, purchased by Publix Supermarket -
day night from Ed Gregory of Kist of Starke. $412 total,purchased by Community Todd Parker. B. FFA. tZ.25.: ... sgr ItesKW Taater. ef LaU Butter. *.
United Shows, the midway owner at Jason Mersey, B, 4-H, $2.80 per State Bank of Starke. pound. $479.25 total purchased by Chris air''II! 1111 P. Bw ...... $2 pert Spring RiB 4-H Club of UnionCounty
the 1987 Bradford County Fair. pound,$636 total,purchased by B&H Wesley Moody, B 4-H $2.50 per C mtaainJewelryasdJonesFssserdJanie ._. S9M ....... parctaMd fey ,exhibited by Jacyn Gordon.
Amy Driggers,a Union County Electric out of Thomasville, Ga. by pound$537.50 total,bought by Ernie o- lEcprawefSKarke.V $:I per pound,$600 total purchased
FFA member, raised the 231-pound Ernest Triest. Triest for Paul Newell and Frank Johns. U. FFA. *t3* par ICarjtaB.B.FT A,.tu5 per by Farmers and Dealers Bank of
reserve champion York cross hog, Anthony Redding B.4-H,$2.75 per Walrath, both of Keystone Heights. pound. $501.75 total purchased fey goad.. .fish WaI pse9ar.d by EdstIi Lake Butter.Tommy .
i which was bought by Publix Supermarkets pound$561 total,purhcased by Griffin Chad Thornton, B, FFA, $2.25 per Prltchett Trucking of Lake Bi.... wards Maser 1 B..eker.J.etiir Bafkcom.B, FFA. $2 per
represented by Hugh Industries. pound, $4 7.25 total, purchased by Hal Davis. B. FFA.$2 per pound BoUbxe. flu 4-H. $2 perflint pound S43O total purchased by
I Crosby and Colin Slocum, for $3.25 Charmin WUliams, B, 4-H. $2.25 KOA Campgrounds of Starke. $506 total,purchased by GainemlleLivestock 9Bt Ma*, parcteaed by Bradford school administrators and
per pound, $490.80, purchased by Chris Ba leld, B, 4-H, $2 per :Market. Le.sTMdberoStake Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech staff.
You ngBrown, the grandson of Mr. Hillendale Feeds of Lake Butler. pound, $504 total, purchased by Keith Kirby. U. Oaf *US per Dam IbCktaHu B. *H. B per ram Andrews IT,FFA $2.25 per
and Mrs. Mitchell Brown of Lawtey, Lori Mosley, B, 4-H., $2 per pound Howard Auto Part of Lake Butler. pound. $577.50 total, purchased fey ..-.d. *02 Mai parcftaoed bymaty I'CIIIIId.' $322 total purchased by Lake
won in his first year of showing at $466 total, purchased by BradfordConvalescent Bradford 4-H Horse Club, shown Lake Butter Farm Center. C- State Baulk.f Starke.IUwe butler Farm Center.
the 12th annual BradfordUnionSwine Services, Inc. by Amy Tison, $3 per pound, $606 Rebekah Welch. B. ..... tZ-S per ...... JrU', FFA. $2 per
Show and Sale. With add-ons, Danielle Hersey, B, 4-H, $2.73 per total,purchased by Florida National pound. $535 total purchased: fey p- >4M tuta.. parctaaMd by S-.sa
Brown got $1,140 at sale and$190 in pound $533.50 total, purchased by Bank of Starke. Howard Douglas and Blake
individual add-ons, for a total of Archie Tanner Funeral Homes. David Harris U, FFA. $2.50 per Hamilton both of Srooker.
1330. Amanda Loper B, 4-H, $2.75 per pound,$540 total,purchased by Lake David Mclntire. U. 441. >a: per -- ..ft s.sivK.a .
Add-ons are donations by Individuals pound, $596.75 total, purchased by Butler Apparel. pound, $462 total purchased by Archer ... !.!-cY e L":11823.116
over and above the auction Griffin Industries. Lori Hicks. U, FFA, $2.25 per Funeral Home of Lake Butter. ..__a.aous: s..w.or.oS.wcS ..
price. Elizabeth Rathbun, B, 4-H$2 per pound, $517.50 total purchased by Dale Mosley Ubieedby1mt.... .orswNa
Brown. 14.said raising the cham- pound, $402 total, purchased by Douglas Equipment of Lake Butler. $480 total di --:.:- () cm:
pion hog was "a lot of hard work" Bradford County courthouse of. Marcia Brown, B, FFA, $2 per of Starke.
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Kelly Brown is the proud owner of this 228 Ib.pig that was named Grand
I- Champion at the Bradford County Fair Steer and Swine show last Keystone Heights Oren 7 Days A Week 473-9727 FAMILY-SIZE AUTOMATIC
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bank to buy another pig for next X 6XfcXXXXXXXEXXXXKCOiXBO Scrub Washing Action:
year's show. L Gibson For Economy
Miss Driggers, the daughter of And Reliability.
C.H. Driggers III of Lake Butler and
Elaine DeLosh of Gainesville, i CEDAR RIVER
received $750.75 at sale plus $340 in rpN C J $298MagicChe'
add-ons,a total of$1,090. It is easier ,;
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she had exhibited at the fair in
previous years. .
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1986. Total sale price for this year's '
57 pigs was $31,700 only$300 short of .
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Add-ons increased the sale price to .1, 1 1'1
948,099,or$3.63 per pound.
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Kathie Harris, U, 4-H, $1.75 per I .sc.Snss..lbar Guard'
pound for a total of$362.25,purchased I .to*Heal OMUI CowmUMJfe
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UC's Amy Hosiers Shows Reserve Champion

3 Sherri Arnold tt,JTA,S2JMI jwr Epnutri).-JC332SD tbt&U. purchased! by Tax Collector Esther Hall, and by Florida National Bank of Starke.
pound $625 'purchaBad toy! lflkiheh1arnihnnotl Bhnakes: JudgeGeorge Pierce. Eddie Norman B, 4-H, $::.50 per
/ total
its Howard Auto of Sake:Butler.: Jhllie laums-(. *Ht,. J250/ perEpaunit. Daryl! Gnann, B, FFA, $275 per pound $540 total, purchased by
John StanwiB-Hay. B,IFF*.S2JS: i.JET3Z3W )Mull purchoBeds by pound, $654.50 total, purchased by Johns Service Station and Farmer's
U per pound $436.50 total,pfd.. TBnteOL tmaaraaa.am afl Keyatonir Bradford: Courthouse officials, & Dealers Bank of Lake Butler.
t by Howard Biherd CDnstnietunotf 1 1tblB.C1tJI Sheriff Reddish Clerk Brown, Ap- Darlene Seay, U, FFA, $2.75 per
Lake Butler. ItIe fflbsdt DT: ffffiS.. |X per praiser Alvarez, Tax Collector Hall pound, $607.75 total purchased by
Sub 4T Benji Bennett, ;XI, *-H.fL3D pier pIIIId1.iDs ttan .pwmhase!bJ AliiArutblr.artliio and?Judge Pierce. Stanley Crawford COnstruction of
hba dtaonvtue: Jimmy Tallman (J, FFA, $3.25 Lake Butler.
--h amq. w; lFB'l&,. $X per per pound, $685.75 total, purchased Amanda Manning, B, 4-H $2.50
F IPD\IIdt. I1 Ib q. purottafiftdl by by'Stockman's Supply of Gainesvilleand per pound, $617.50 total, purchasedby
I H)nan7Wasd'QtiutlasaglakeButler.aaenn :Gold:Kist of Gainesville. Farmers&Dealers Bank of Lake
J KIlacHnm.! Pj ffff//*,.$225: per Rhonda Joiner IT,FF A.$2.50 per Butler.
JIIIIIIIIIt SiIHl25 tbtull. purcrtasedl: by pound $532.50 total, purchased by Amy Triest, B, 4-H, $4 per pound,
Reserve Champion- :9kmdtl'DbttnWttgg uElake B\Jt1er. Union County Times. $864 total, purchased by Ernest
The Reserve Ctuimpiua'hog jtfliw TCnmiB jBnpng, m;.*HU$ :7S per Karen Rowe. B, FFA, $2.25 per Triest and Tommy Millican.
Bradford County Fair:Swine mow 9Niunil.ffmi3iD a i wi puccltaHcdi by' pound,. SIT total,, purchased by Dana Newsome, B, 4-H, $3.50 per
and Sale was..h.w. fey>> .tony 9Me- Stoartfimrll durdlmiae official\ Bradford County Farm Bureau pound. $892.50 total, purchased by
gen.a Union FFA imnnhar. ShratOr BWtjtti ttfidaiBJn. (Uerte CUb Jeremy Hildrbran, B, 4-H, $2.:25 Pettit Used Cars of Lake Butler and
Amy's entry weighed tin at :331! 60rawn. Jimmy Alvarez per pound. $544.50 total, purchased Spries IGA Store of Lake Butler.
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Frances C.Gaudette
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Frances C. Gaudette, 65, of services were held Friday Funeral Home of Keystone heights *
Keystone Heights, died Wednesday, April 10, in Keystone Heights was in charge of arrangements.EPCOdL.
April 8, 1987 in North Florida 00 $2949
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville following a long illness. ti t for only per month
Born in Birmingham, AL, July 4, .
1921, Mrs. Gaudette moved to tO You Lease to Own
Keystone Heights from Flint, MI in of
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Mr. Blevins was a native of and was of the Baptist faitk. mumt,.. He was a retired mechanic prayers and their attendance in the Thank you again for everything
Johnson County, Kentucky. He moved Survivors include four daughters and was a member of the Sardis recent loss of our loved one. She is you did for her.
to Hampton in 1950 and has resided Gertrude Classman of Deltona Baptist Church. gone but will never be forgotten. The Family of Mrs.Essie L.Crosby
Obituaries': there since. He was self- Thelma Harris of Gaylax VA.Ethel Survivors include his wife
employed and owned Cyclone Fence Hutchison of SUrke and Marjorie Rosezell Willis Seay; four < tJ
-1 -'- y Mf r ': Company. lie was of tile Baptist Delaney of Gainesville; one son. daughters, Evelyn Todd and Thyra t5
faith. W.C. Harris of Live Oak; two Smith Lacy Bradrich Silcox Survivors include three sons CJ. brothers Mark Hams .ad Sefae of Worthington Springs and Sharon : ,
Lacy Bradricb: Silcox 74,of Starke Blevins of Hampton Cecil Blevins.Jr. Harris of SUrke; four eaters Dunne Converse of Lawtey; one uHINA
died Thursday, April 9, 1987 at his of Columbus OH. and Ronnie Evelyn Dicks of Orange Part Ruby son Marcus Seay of Worthington
home following a l brief illness. Blevins of Lakeland; one brother. Thompson and Virgin Slade of Springs;two brothers Pearl Seay of
Born in Bradford County July 1, Jay Blevins; one sister. Bethel M. SUrke and Blanche Crews Ocala Abelyn. TX and Rich Seay of
Fulton two Billy O. 13 and several Apopka. FL 20 grandchildren and
1912 Mr. Silcox was a lifetime resident ; stepbrothers grandchildren great ; Restaurant
of Stark He wa a charter Davis of Jacksonville and ThomasR. grandchildren. sax great grandchildren.
member at Madison: Street Baptist Davis of Johnson County KY; 11 Funeral service were held Tues Funeral services were held Mandarin & Srechuan Cuisine
1 Church and Woodmen of the World: ; grandchildren.Graveside day.April...at the chapel of Archie Wednesday in the chapel of Archer
he was a retired gate guard at Camp services were held at Tanner Funeral Home. Burial will Funeral Home in Lake Butler with 964.7681
I Blending, serving 15 years; Highland Baptist Church Cemetery be in Ebey: Chapel Cemetery in Rev.P.R.Lawson! officiating.Burial 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (To-Rena Motel)>
previously employed with DeWitt C. Monday, April 13, with Rev. Ricky Lake Butler. Rev. EJL. Bradley is was in Ft. Call Cemetery under the
Jones at the Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Norman officiating. Archie Tanner conducting: the sen ces.Areine Tanner direction of Archer Funeral Home of Due To Remodling Now In ProgressWe
Starke for 33 yean. Funeral Home of Starke was in Funeral Home of SUrke is in Lake Butler.
Survivors include his daughter, charge of arrangements.Will charge the arrangements. Card Thanks Have New Sunday Hours:
Joan Cpps of Starke; one grandson.
Bobby Juppe; one granddaughter, Carl Harris LevereUC.SeayLevereU We would like to thank all of the 12 Noon til 2:3O p.m.MBODUCTORf .
Angela Efpps; one great-grandson. C. Seay. so, of Worthington friends: and relatives of Essie L. ,
Wesley Epps, all of Starke; two Will Carl Harris 79.of Starke died Springs died Monday morn CTosbv for all the food cards .
brothers, Henry P. Silcox of Sunday, April 12, 1987 at Bradford ing. April 13. 1987 at the Alachua
Jacksonville Beam FL It George C. Hospital, Inc., following a lengthy il- General Hospital in Gainesville
Silcox of Orlando; three sisters, lness. after an extended illness. iRECifE Mb 1
Fannie Silcox 4 Alice Jenkins of Mr. Harris was a native of Union Mr. Seay was born in Alachua
Starke and Doris Rosier of Palatka. County and moved to Starke about) County but bad lived most of his life
Funeral services were held in years ago. He was a retired farmer in the Worthington Springs Coro-
Madison Street Baptist Church A
Saturday, April 11, with Rev. Ben RENT ,4
Bryant Rev.E.L.Bradley conduc- ARABIAN STALLION AT STUD:
ting the services. Burial was in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the Sugar Hill Rasaal QrL
direction of Jones Funeral Home of SOFT

SUrke. Breeding Background: Raffles Raseyn r= 3 j' ENDS II
Mabel Rape Boyette Age: 9 years old ) 4/30/87

Mabel Rape Boyette of Lawtey,92, Presently being ridden in barrels poles.etc. WATER
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died Saturday, April 11, 1987 at her
home following a brief illness. .
Born in Birmingham, AL on April I
22, 1894, Mrs. Boyette moved to i I
Lawtey eight years ago from Owner: Albert Andrews -(904)) 496-2164 Lake Butler
Jacksonville. She was a member of $390 $2900
the homemaker Methodist Church and a I I: !

Survivors include two daughters Special
Mrs. Muriel Wilson of Lawtey and Ii
Evelyn Egan of Palm Valley; three WARREN'SPlumbing
sons,Thomas M.,Charles R.&J'eneE. 1-800-342-9084
Boyette, all of Jacksonville; one + & Elec. Services
sister, Elsie Blair, Port Richey; 12 I
grandchildren and 12 great. can help with those badly .1.1I

grandchildren.Graveside services will be held at a al needed Home ImprovementF' l-L' _: c AAdA. I

Greenlawn Cemetery in Jackson- I !
ville Thursday,April 16,at 2:30: p.m. Projects ,
with Rev.Ballard Wilson conductingthe I
services.Jones Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of arrangements. CALL TODAY II I
Cecil Blevins

Cecil Blevins, 63, of Hampton died 964.7230 Days 964-4799 Evenings .
Friday, April 10, 1967 at his home
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1977 CORVETTE llvr/groy.. on.owner, FOR SALE
$8700. 964-7271 HOME PARK 2 KRAMER gulton
or 964-4319. 2/26 Ifn
1911 BUICK loaded. Mobil Horn** and space far rant. endorsed by Edward Van Holen.. 1 yr.
2000. Call NEW 4 USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Rw $iond r/1ruiiflcirn
964-5647 Roy v hkMs w.ltpno. "'-0. oldSHykar"with Hot -.Duncan
anytime. JM Well at A&W Mobil. Home. 9644407 ...- ..... 9/16 Hn pickup and COM $250. Also one
Excellent or 961.6408.8/11 tfnrw NOW TAKMG APPLICATIONS for 4 PR.2 ''Focus' model wI........." COM -
condition.bid Can assumepayment LOOKING FOR A NEW MM* W. haw a BA apt.For more information caN Lofco $300. Regularly$370 and$$20 at music REALTYPHONE
964.5010.*FI..t or outright contract 12 X SO with raw kitchen both panelIng Butler Apt*. 4963141. Equal Oppor .--.Perfect condition.Call 964-6305
I9S2 DATSUN Finance./ 4/9 2tchg 4/16 carpet window, door*, etc. tunity Mornina.. A/7 rfncho or.4734380. ask far Mo... 2/26 tfn "
210 ZX 2+2. loaded. 5 Term available. Call 4681323. 2/12 ROOMS KM RENT
excellent Magnolia Hotel. $8per MUSICAL tNSTRUMENTSi As low a* .
condition. new high TFN night.From$35 per.-" .Discountoffered $I"." per month.. Call 964-6946. tfn 'm
.performance ell fast, (5900.radial.964-4470 low or mil.9647616., must FACTORY DIRECT Why Pay More? Get for longer ....... Apply hi per CHEVY 4x4 PARTS 'A ton. anything you 205 N. Temple' I
4/16 Itpd the best housing for fuss of Today son. Magnolia Hotel.Walnut St.acroe need.Axle., front or rear, auto Cecelia
Housing Center In Lake Dry. True from Post OH .. If tronsm.. transfer cases. 2 different T.rwlil.gorI
1910 needs CHEVY work CITATION run. $300, deal. Call Today 7550606.2 4tchg APARTMENTS FOR RENT N.wly type; spring lift block. big U bolt*.
$1800 OBO. 9647874.; 1980 210. run good 4/23 decorated..vorymmg......ishod.Laun CoM 9645812. TFca grow old but never lose llfp's zest

IMS COUGAR loaded 4/16ltchg low FACTORY REPOSt No money down on dry faalrtie Included. Video roomavailable. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Because the road's last turn will be the best
mileage new home*. Low rate*, low balance. Will
accept one child no Measures 24jc36".25 cents each.Great
4/16 turbo Call oft.r 6:30 p.m., 7823242. Call Gory at 7550606.2 4lchg 4/33 pet*. Palm Apt*.. 2313 N. Tempi for patching and repair TELEGRAPH poet Henry van Dyke
Itpd MUST SELLII 2 BR.$139 mo; Doublewid Av*.. Stork 32O9T. J/| TF 135 W. Call St.'964-6305.
1913 4X4 TOYOTA SWB under warranty $217 with 3% down Call 1-39O-3969. PINE FOREST AFT*. 2 B 3 BR apt now NAY AUCIA $25 per roll at farm. SPECIAL >.

4/16, excellent 1 condlton. $3300. 468-2334. 4/9 4tchg 4/30 _il.Call 95. Mon. thru Frl.964-4312. Delivery available. 7 mile west of MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE. Newly remodeled' 1.720 sq.ft.. CHI A,4 BR.
Itpd REPCT$ l/o NndgWAREHOUSE Stark on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskln 2 M. great room, fenced beck ,.rd. EXTRA CLOSETS tool shed.
V-6. 5 ipeed 27.000
mile. $6800. Like n_. Lake Hampton ? by the month. SxlO to IOx2O. lOxlO.rent USED 16-REFRIGERATOR.FROST FREE-2 WALKING DISTANCE 3/1, block city water's .sewer fenced yard 75 .

468.2354.4/16 ItpdYARD Call -1.390.3969.4/9 4tchg 4/30 $33 per month. Call Ron Denmark. door. $25O. Excellent condition. 100.
HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR. 2 Bam deluxe- ....7071. I/IS tfnchg 94-5038 after 530.4/9; tfn SUBURBAN LIVING AT ITS BESTS 5 ocr.., 3 BR 2 BA stone flreplac,

9.9% financing $223 month Uncle LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16. doe toprison. 3 TON CARRIER CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER energy efficient freshly painted Inside and out! fruit trees, pump house
SALES Roy' Ocola 351851.9 4tchg 4/3O Beady for your mobile. '- .. .$100.9644435.4/16 Itpd stocked fish pond. 17 it 32 storage with 9 drops, tH&A. heat pump.
FREE PHONE-IN CREDIT- New 24 x.... 3 1-468-1323. 2/12 tin PUREBRED ARABIAN YEARLING COLT HISTORIC 1,930 SO. FT. HOME Lawt.y, on 4.9 acres, completely furnished .

YARD SALE Thursday Apr. 16. Friday. BR, 2 Bath 14995. Set-up and 2 M FURNISHED, quiet .................. Rotten....Muscat grandson- $1.000 12 65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile. homes pecan trees,
Apr. 17, Sot Apr. 18.24' x 4' swimming delivered. Uncle Roy' Ocata Hwy 16. / mile. from city. 468-1323. s.. at Arabian Arabians Hampton, magnolias and azalea.
pool, toy, antique, rattan bar. b.ds. 351851.9 4tchg.-30 2/12 HnRETAM. 91666929.16 3tpd 4/3O SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corner .
odd. and end, color tv. etc. 4.2 mile FINANCING MADE EASY New 14.60.2 OFFICI Oft STORAGE SPACE 600 PROM DRESSES: On lilac with white lot. 17 x 63' MH. separate well B septic tank 2 car garage.
south of Slarke. on 301. 4/16 ItpdAPRIL BR. 2 BA 11995. $at- p and .... B. to 1.600 sq. ft. Tiffin 8 Owen*. lace trim six* 7; on* royal blue off BROOKER-3 a..2 BA FRAME HOME on lots. Close to school CHBA-city
delivered. Uncle Ocala Lie. Real Estate.,ok....%. ana shoulder with ruffles $44.000..OWNE. .
It 17& IS -8 a.m.7 p.m..310 N. Roy* .5065. /16 edged in water -
Water St. / Itpd 351.8514.4/9/tchg ./30 Itchg whit, size 5. $90 each; on* child's Will TAKE LOSS-3 BR, 1 BA. newly pointed, corn.r lot. $23,000.
YARD SALE at 316 N. St. Clair St., DISCOUNTS FOB CASH New 14 x TO. 3 ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LACE. Modem 2 pageant dress, long style. lavender .12." ACRES Pond. Hwy 100. S.E. 24th Av. 'B Forsyth Rd. 26000.
Thursday thru Sunday from noon to 7 or 2 bedroom your choice $13.993. BR home with 1 acre.furnished-Week, with white lac, size 3. $30:: Must.. -MEANDERING CREEK divide 2 high .Id... SR 100W just over the county

p.m.16 l Itchg Uncle Rays Oculo .331-8314.4/94tthg Iy or monthly. Call collect 108.4/Colt 782-3731 between line,well maintained.2 locked fish ponds- slnglewlde on 3.3 ocr., high
YARD SALE 90S W. Madison St., Frl. 4/30 9O4-246-4I6O. 4/9 tfnchg t dry beautiful setting.FISHERMAN'S .
Sot.. 17 II; 964-4S46,furniture, ome 12 X Ml MH 2 BR. 2 BA. one on each FURNISHED DUPlCX-Senar prof....... 2'A tEARj OLD HOLSTEIN MILK COW DREAM 2 BR. 1 BA from. cottage, drive-in
antique.. twin bed, chest of drawer, .nd. $2.300. 7823692.16 2tpd 4/23 329 Center St. $20-p. 468-1115.4/92tpd /'-'- calf. 964-67OS. / Itpd boathous 8 screened deck overlooking Crosby lake Inlet.garage CHSA.
table mic. Item 4/16
Itpd EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY 50 acres fenced S crossfenced. 3 BR. 1 BA
24 X 62-S8995 7B238'U.16 2tchg 4/23 2000. $1BS.96.-8608.4/16 Itpd home w/aluminum siding. 2 trailer hookups, 4 chlck.n houses, fully elec

HOMES 12 x 60.$2995 *BR BLOCK HOME-NIC*neighborhood. 1ANDV 1808 COMPUTER. IBM compati tric. Owner finance. Present all offer.
12 x 60.$3995 961.1410.416'pd his. 384K memory. 2 disc drive*, colormamtor. ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx.acre. Minutes from prison on
FOR SALE 12x50-$245O FOR RENT IN NICE HOME Large 964-710O or ....8569. 4/16 Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space. $15,500. .
Lot. more to choose from Western bedroom bath kitchen oral den tfnchg ITS THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 1980 DW 7'h'ceilings In middle

3 BR. 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOME with Mobil. Home, 904-351-1131.4/163 chg privilege cable tv.964-4546. keep try. 8 DOOR REACH-IN. COOLER for minutsmorkN of 4 acre. Inground pool wooden deck playground equipment. $59,000.
fireplace and garag., on 3 acre*. MUST SELL 1984 Thomasvill mobile ing. 4/16 Itpd with walk-In door. Complete. UNCROWDCD LIVING 2/1 cottage S lots-Kingsley Lak.Village 30500.
Beautiful home. United Realty of home many extra No money downto 3 ... 2....CHSA. garage opener,fenced S2.5Oa. Also 3 woik-in freezer*. OKLAWAHA RIVER, three plus ocr., 15000.
Stark. 964.8447 or 473.3627.3/26 tfn qualified Individual Call Go< L(.)(.)KI Mfg'd Home up to 2.128 St. ft. 328.7467.16 Itchg lights near hospitals school. $400 per BEDS $48 Carpet w/pod. $75 per THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Gu.rdon doublewlde-Sampson
a. Iowa $219 mo. Call 1.390.3969.4/9 1 ONE ACRE LOT w/1.456 *q. ft. DW.: month. Call evenings, collect. room, furniture from bankruptcy Lake ace.... 35000. Great getaway I
4tchg 4/30 S399 month. Call Jerry 2720625.16 81345201136.16 >g mol.1. %..SI... 4/16 Itpd .RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH lovely landscaped surroundings I 12
1 ACRE LOT with doublewlde mobil. DOUBLEWIDES from$199 month.Quality RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month ABOVE GROUND SWIMMING POOL 4' BR 2 BA doublewlde. 1.76 acre Close to Crosby lake. 39000.
home. well septic tank. 30000. and service Call Bill 2720650.16 and up.Call Susan F. Faulkner.Broker- X 27 cSon._. $700. 9647994. 4/16 SUPER COMMERCIAL Ml SOUTH 7.45 ac. 700 ft. bldg. 4 spats rented

Phone 964-4602 aft.r 3 pm. 4/16 4tchg REPOIII 1985 PIEDMONT 3BR. 2 BA. Owner 964-SO69 or 964-4O48 TF SOFA AND LOVESEAT. Earth ton*. $200 mo. Trailer sal. space, $1.000 mo. $175,000.
5/7 FURNISHED efficiencies 8 mobile home* Amana Radar Rang.need repair go- -PRIME
repossessed mobil. home. Will EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edward. Rd. Seven thousand
relocate free creative financing inside city weekly B monthly- JO LU cart needs root Call 9646888.416LUG four hundred six sq. ft. in bldg. with ISO on Hwy 301 X 254' deep. Parking
LOSTFOUNDLOST available Call Mr. Rowell for appoint Motel 8 MH P..... 9648810.6/5 TF 6 B MCH CHROME RUMS 8x15. excellent space for 30 car*. $199,0001 Space to lease.RENTAL .
ment. 3287467.16 k hg 12.65 MOBILE HOME:3 BR on 1 oore lot. condition. Dale Brown. INCOME one bedroom 65' x 130' lot. 10000.
SPECIAL New 24 wide mobile '- .. 3 $250 per month. ...-.238. 1/29 Hn 9646860.4/9 2tchg 4/16 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both tide of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance
BROWN AND RED RETRIEVER BR. 2 BA only$15.995.set-up included. CORRECTIONAl OFFICERS ..... near TANDEM WHEEL TRAILER 5332474.49 $82.322. A smart Florida investment.
medium hair female, spayed. 5% down low monthly payment Call your work. W. hove a mobile. horn to GRAHAM 14.50 acres, $1.300 ocr.
Answer to of Marvin suit your every need. Call u. NOTICE
name TASHA 964-7922 328.7466.1/161khg
aft.r 6 p.m. 4/16 Itchg MOBILE HOME IN CITY 2% lot, chain /.468.1313.2/12 tfn -2 LOTS MIMOSA $6.900
2 BEDROOM. bam in eo.
link fence town. $225. Call
$12,000.964.8392.4/162tpd 964-4879 anytime. 4/2 2tchg 4/9 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development. $49.000.

NEAR MBROSI NEW H.2 BA. 14x70 to the Bradford County SIX ACRES-Gr.ot Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
MH. central HBA. washer-dryer Telegraph office in writing and paid in WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
hookup an 1% acres. $325 month.Call advance unless credit is already PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenfy acres or will divide. 50000.
4. 1-777-4591 or 1.282.7965.4/91rpd established. with this office. SMALL CB STRUCTURE acres, 2 wells. 3 septic tanks 45000.

maid service, all utilities furnished.Reasonable RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .1.37 ACRES-Stot. Rd. 100 East 7700.
rase. Underwood Motel CLASScflEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.

3 mile north of Stark on 301. 4/9 THE TELEPHONE. KINGSLEV LAKE VILLAGE 2 lot 65'.130' $2.750 ea.
Classified deadline I* TUESDAY
APARTMENT Utilities and caM.Tv 'NOON. prior to Thursday publication. After, Hour '
From $175 month. Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50. Peutlne Randolph, "' ".6323-''I J

N. Cherry St. ./9 Itpd Inquire 208 ,then IS cent for each word tMraaf sr. John Langfonl Master Appraiser 446-2291
Anne Terwilleger" Nelson 473-7S41

Randy Cory 475.2597


Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.

Susan M. Faulkner GRID CRB PRESIDENT 301 North. 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke 0 CAMPBELL'S

Pumps Plumbing Well DriUing/-C ReBuildersBulldozer ELECTRONICS

ERA FAULKNER REALTY, INC. MacCloan Water Conditioners_ t.s .It- I Work 132 E. Call St.-964-4045

Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 For Sale or Rent 9647061iy Culverts Installed Warranty Service Center

Fill t'irt & Top Soil For Mont! Brands
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964.5414 Estimates for Repairs

TV ft Microwaves $15VCR'
J449-3 M. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE an I If No Answer9648O1O .ft Stereo $25
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964-5069 [g L 'family room. S29.90O.446BEAUTIFUL BRICK. HOME on STrain WeRepairSmallHousehold Appliances

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L. Faulkner 964-5142 $7.800 such.Sron .

lucid Spry 964-8420 / luii-iime/port-time. Mobil*Home Parks Apartments. [Accelerated Realty 'Inc.
Bobby Bigg 964-7331 Train on live airline computers. fice BuildIng Complexes and other.investments ,
Horn study and resident framing. waiting for I
CHURCH STREET Frame, 3 BR, 1 SA, CH&A. Financial aid available. Job placequarters. Phone:

DOUBLEWIDE MH on over 1 acre. Fenced. Large storage meth assistance. Notional hood Londn.Champiah.Sroki 9644544BREA(

building. Lighthouse Point. Ft.CHOOL.
2 BR, 1 BA. frame home in Lake Butler. .dIIIJ//Ii r.r...w .n. TOR'
r f 520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida
FRAME, 3 BR, I'BA home on 2 acres. Lawtey area.
c. 964-831 Homes lots Acreage Waterfront
*301 FRONTAGE, residence and versatile business. Ownerfinancing.
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CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE with 1 ere N. ;.., No Charge to List Your Property for Sole
many extras on acre. r ____ .. .
HWY 16W nice building lot beautiful trees. l\IATHEWSREALTY L a. = r. 'J Call and discuss it with us.
build -.- I SPACIOUS CB HOME-3 BR. 2 BA slave, refrigerator, window AC. ter ratio j
HWY 225W 2'/ Acres, home or put MH.
441 W.Madison floors, extra lot goes with house, Gainesville.
1 ACRE with doublewide has 2 nice 2
screen porches. Starke. FL 32091 LOVELY BIIICX HOMa.3 BR,2 BA,family room w/fireplace,CHSA. .wlmm-
utility buildings. Partially furnished. 964-4469 -M00LE8URG AREAi JI/2 en "A ecre. J ing pool, guest cottage screened porch w/gos grill all on 4 lots. I
WALNUT ST. 2 story with living area S 2 apartments. f LIKE TO ENTERTAIN.Spacious brick home. 4 BR. 2 BA. formal living and!

JUST OFF PRATT ST. nice 4 BR. 2 bath chain link fence : dining rooms family room w/fir.ploc.. CHSA central vacuum, larg. kit-1

central heat & air. LlrrQ IWIMLS RORILANDB chen. 10 acres. j
I B BEDROOM BUCK Split floor plan 2 BA fireplace. CHCA lorg.kitchen.
VERSATILE PROPERTY with 6 acres A several buildings including -
Jod ____ enclosed utility room and garage on 1 acre. I
< M.Mpb s-.ec.
office bldg. & apartment. Hwy 325. ,ONLY exclusive MiS Lkelmg.... tor .... 397 N.. T.mp.As.Ea! lIODI WANT ROOM FOR A HORSE" 2.200 sq. ft. CB home. 3 BR,2 BA. CHSA.j
1 ACRE has well and driveway. Hwy 100E. I v.....P. OeeCOMM. BnkoGBl Hwy. frontage on 4.59 oc.... I
NEED 3 ACRES AND A HOMES-BR. 2 BA. large living-dining rooms, I
1 MILE PAST HOSPITAL 2 bedroom 1 bath stocked fish NICE BUILDING LOT Big Tn. I great
for entertaining, family room and breakfast room.
Assumable Eata_. Only 4 miles to Keystone.LAWTEY I f
pond. mortgage. HJUMNG M CITY Jut M THE CITY CB '- .. 3 BR. I BA screened porch fenced back yard
1 HOUSE ft 6 RENTAL UNITS Reported good income. financing 10 acre lots. ....... low Mppu.' nil far .had. tree. $34.900. I

*WE HAVE SOME LOTS for mobile. homes or houses to be LAWTEV I2S 2 BR. I BA. IS acre ....... ROBINS AND ROSES 3 BR. 1% BA brick CHSA rang. and refrlg. on a I

built on. plus extra septic ........ $60.000.W. MO BURDMG LOTS-...... Green nice lot In quiet neighborhood 30500. f

LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 bath with large lovely landscaped PRATT STj 311. CH/A. stove.refrlg. Acn.. WALK TO DOWNTOWN 3 BR. 1 BA.CB home, llvlng-dinlng-kltchen com
.. microwave oven,ceiling.... IT X-H' Ptu smell oe1- bo. CHSA. 35000. I
yard.WE S3B.SOO. Reduced to $35.500. ..... 1011 X US' SPLIT FLOOR PLAN DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR. 2 BA Great room w/corner I
HAVE SEVERAL TRACTS of land, from 1 acre to SO -KIMGSLEY LAKE M/N PARXt Ap- SARATOGA HEIGHTS I/I. CHSA- fireplace, coth.dral celling range and dishwasher, CHSA f
Storage/workshop 2.7 acres.DOUBLEWIDS .
acres. hIr pdru
pcOKHMOtwy i53r wofvrffont with
*2 LOTS on Cherry St. Priced to sell. owners home.BROOKER ONE! ACRE B UP let*. Graham.ST. ON 2.6 ACRES 3 BR. 2 BA. stove S refrlg.. calling fans |

EDWARDS ROAD- Building needs repair Commercial zon- I AtWAppromMably237sr. -R----.. CHSA.on paved highway 29000.
..of high railing land reasonably .ROAD 188-Near...1......Let*. FOR SALE -2 BR. I BA 1986 Mobil. Home. Call Us. .

Ing.LOT priced. $$2.858 ...tonne. SELECTED PROPERTIES
ON SAMPSON LAKE Only 13000. LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick .3 ACRES Pram SR 188 Near I LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 790 fl. deep on the ware
CLUB AREA Nice lots. 11M.3 ACRES Northeast Alochuo Priced to sell.
GOLFVIEW COUNTRY building County.
sol*.3...2 BA.CHSA.large lot.an1ly Keystene. high.
LAWTEY 3 BR. 2 bath nice house with 2 acres. Has $41.500 38000. .LOTAcres frees W..... Flea. 118 ACRES- hi South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, 17900.
Mark**. ACRES NW County. Good water.
workshop. 14.. ACRES SW Bradford County pecan free and two _II..
CONERLY ESTATES Nice building lot 1 acre. $7.0OO. -- 4.11 AND 2.U ACRES.Two separate parcels. Near Graham sorted for MH.

MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. 2 bath on 1 1/4 acres. Swimming ....... .-. .-... .-- --- -- J LAKE LOn Owner financing Available.
nnULC nUUi1: I'tLlML -
fireplace. Ig. screen porch. You must suet I CITY LOTS Two block from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.
pool, workshop, 5 .Rooms for the price of 4 Uvin Dining. Hell & 3 BBS
I CITY BLOCK FOR SALE Northeast Section.
10M I HWY Ml SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location.
NEAR DEER fOOT TRAIL 2 beautiful acres with Ig. oak. 2 "O ellty..........*....Prigs. *1 >05 ]HWY Ml SOUTH 5 acre near Earlton Beach 210 ft. highway frontage.
BR 1 bath C/B house. Ig. porch 2 utility buildings. JUST Any ....* Mail) .. .-_... ....._ I tnstlhgeid A........ |COMM BLDO. IN CITY .Appro. 15.000 sq. ft. floor space. Priced Right.
.nior citizen Discount Free Advice
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*IMMACULATE 2 BR. 1 bath nestled under beautiful Ig. oakson -_....._. a..4r..- 611-4991 sat so .._. .. PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I IStarke

approx. 3 acres, has small creek, metal barn ft dog pens. 5m.5'w5ntJ ar..wN


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-. : usIsGl.iaweeks, AND ZONING OFFICIAL POSI TO DRINK MOBILE HOMES$133 month and CAMACC SAU-S fan**.4.,1*lira 4U1.
GaUl H79> >4a ai Ml"A Heat EsrateCoJ.3MTP TION Tho Bokr County Board of Com.mi..l THAT YOUR BUSINESS 4737566. 4tpd 3/26-4/16 per up. rxessutf WASHINGea.. -.... Dao .-.. aM H.r 500 a*CIB 5E 47
1_ 73rPN1StDyllie -. are accepting applications WANT TO STOP MOBILE HOME hors. ......... dedo.. ........... Eree Sr. atCrytMi lafc*. Itdhg 4CI6.
2BR. 1BA close to town.
RIM IIHDID .. W"tnll" for the position of Building and Zoning THAT'S OURS $235/mo. $1 SO estimates. Call Hob 473- IO, 3/9
"InnstLm.C.riterc chargs*nurss,. Official for Bakar County. This position Alcoholic Anonymous 1/2.1/23. deposit.473-2730.4tcbg tfnchg FOR SALEm
RIIKtfmPRNI.. IPMts iieededl IQi. raqulrac thorough knowlcdga of '444150642lf LUXURY CONDO FOR SALE OR LAWN MOWING Tramming, ........
""-G3It...".. __......arPI material and mathodt used In pd thru 1/15 LEASE Call The Lawn ........ 173.3590. Free
3BR 2BA overlooking water between .... .. _
building CHAIN BItJ.Ss SAU .
I U-.. \llc.2'ttZlh construction; thorough LINK FfNCEl Installed Freeestimates. Estimate 3/3 Ifnchg
JRAUtIEJaBcW7,717E4711J'reww ,.... knowladga of that building coda and Handy-Man Fence Co. Melrose terms. Available and Keystone Negotiable MEET STEAM EXTRACTION (studmounted .,...... stet .a64. ke.... ---...
Ki riiojR Ctdtt JOSJ liNE raguloHon governing building cone Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8959 tfn 479-3267. Itpd 4/16.In May. After 9 p.m. equipment.) C X M Cl p.Cleaning. 0.- ---.. ..dare i4952003.ltd. .
1--4c35 Eoft..A3D7 fa.Info" :2* tructlcn In the araa; ability to nod GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, .Call 473-777O.free......... .4J9.4"3ILIlEAl
.,Ia4'23tpol4'TBETENNIcM and Intwprat building construction etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Btpd :3/12-4/30
SWING MACHINE plan and racognlza deviation 964-6078. Order also taken In Lake MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE HOOK SAGGING-OOO* I DRAGGMIG ESTATE

gpl@izOtyMSc ........._ pmitionavfa Thorough knowledge the zoning and Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, Nauseous of level?Call LaCue...........
11IIiIa.\ir\ _. *goal pay am* ubdlviiion reguoltlon applicable to 473-4973 2/26 tfn 1915 SKYLINE 14X60 MH. 2 ... Service for all your fo.................... cOIREf STale10s1 w 10 ....-. Ima.
B.rr.fits sp.dadl. 1"- is hx.n.rwa the area. Must ba a high school HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical bedrooms on each end A 2 BA.Call for 473-7721. d 3/26-4/30 .. Era- paved ...... 5W R./ ....
-.. (Im gsdl tandingj.) I Iyaw hotly graduata-. supplemented by vocationalor complete home repair. Information 4737410. 1-328-3710 after NEED MONEY Fas*mortgage lav*ear- ......... ... abep. ...... psi.
".a.m sstaltt.' dme>>ee>usv.Vaguer.SBXOMC technical cau.... In building Inspec Reasonable rates licensed t_tractor 5:30 p.m. 3/S tfnchg vie. In ham application creoU sse Ba.aA4ad ..... Aa-ar-..r. __'- gaet
lhe. 'Mal s.......SIt.. --.FL.T6 Non Five year* experience In various Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tln FREE PHONE IN CREDIT New 24X44. problem.Call Jim Voile,liremed. _. erinnss tens lot ... -.-
DtIIiIJJ ..4i. .building trades; at Last two year of FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free ..tlmat... 3BR. 2BA, I4.99S. Set up C delivered.Uncle tgoge.......... fanning""'f\l,.... 1057 Greer .... d 5 eF 9a2 RT. --...
c=N9DBe = n.......NCJE-Uf.or' which must have bean at a supervisory Licensed Insured and bonded. All Roy', Oca la. 3SI-8514. 4tchg Wells Road. O.P.. FL 26483.teas ----.473-425&Ai fet Agg-Mo6t.alsdq
cro.-p. Hast as HilB pertfalla> ePav (aval. Any equivalent combination of type of rooting and repair. 485.1556 4/9-4/30. or 473-2931 horn*. 3fpd 4/7-4/14. .,...
iRrateL bp..t.at- helpful mode experience and education. Salary plus or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg FINANCING MADE EASY New 14X60. PROFESSIONAL mSSINZ: HVASMMC OVM sY4 AGES-4>M>a-CaOM.Ml
ru -*'.O esrZn-VeatWIII:Traim far trav.l. All applications must be received WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and 2BR 2BA. $11.99S. Set up 8 delivered. mobile home, ssdewah deck,brkbhams S2SOO per w* far .... 473434MX: .....K|
tJnI.3lI 6. .. sthg 11309UD.tIB : b.the Baker County Administration freezers in my shop. I buy sell or trod. Uncle Roy's, Ocala. 351-8SI4.4tchg roof i mora.Tolhe 473-2OS. 4/t-i/7.
.u. raniarmor r- 35 N.Third Street Macclenny. Florida PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobil. FOR CASH New 14X70. 3BR or 2BR. CARPET INSTAUAnON .
t/tddlc..iRata.t-r 1 IaItIng.....,,11_ 32O63. no later than 5:00: p.m. on May homes, pools, decks, sidewalks Free your choice. 13995. Uncle Rol's. Brawn-Carpet Samoa. : B@AIRS OUT OF TOWNWATNPSIMIEIICB5
i. 1rare. is Ihadt Eurep.m highII. V 198T 4/16 wtchg 4/23 Estimates Call Rob 473-3990. 3/12. Ocala. 351.8514. 4tchg 4/9-4/30. 2tckg.123 J.230.41"
ftlsrsLdaatBSn.malln.NngtheirRsuur MAI ESTATI LICENSING Only$195; Call tfnchg ,HOMES OF MERIT.4BR 2BA.Delu....9.9 c.-ybill.W.
wwik. wmm.w I'- m..tc" i 1-755-4040! N.f. Real Estate College. LAWN MOWER AND SMALL ENGINl percent financing $225/mo. Uncle 2e&-.earaic .........,...-
C-I-w---fl__ 4/16 tfnchg REPAIRS free pick-up. 964.7758. 4/9 10"' Ocala. 3S1-8514.4tchg419-413O. MISCELLANEOUSPACK ....... ... .12..5011.. 413434e4trpd
..........--= 4tchg 57SEWING APPROXIMATELY 75X100 fenced lot. 1 .'...517.
WI5II1PIn MACHINE REPAIR All makes BR, 1 BA, mobile home, carport enclosed : BAT- Boy. tall and trade collectible

35............_fled cleaned oiled and adjusted.( $15. Used porch, furnished. Hilltop St. Items and arrhqu**.Used.......... HOMES FOR SALEy
P.n..rNrNMiTGJOu.2tpdus. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY sewing machines for sale. James 473 4348. 4tpd 4/16-9/7. glassware' lemelry and much _
Strickland corn.r Morgan Rd. and Coma Ma for ,....,... One mile eee*
REEPo" NceBlRING MvtmnaNs far 16. Starke, 964.8733.3/19 tfn ''t. BR home with 1 acre furnished-weekly of Keystone Height an Mighi.y IDO. .. w Ned: prom s.Nmro.SSS .
-emlha ....... ..---apply 620 Sv LAWN SERVICE Reasonable rates, call or monthly call collect 4712103.3/5: tfnchg .9fq............._c... ....R.ery.
vlMhaa8Ns6-.4''1hhgIV16ERtffiiliaA FOR LEASE 2,000 sq. ft. Hwy 301 South. 964.1238.4/2 tfnchg 904-246-4160. tfnchg BINGO American Legion Part. Hwr 21 47-1199-3/SdI...qG0vwMIELT
R1ME_.parlMinw home next to United Realty 964-8848. SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER North. Sunday oftamooii 2-5. and NOe.6 from s. QUFaedaes
s..nbit", w-*_ Far imf. ..? calkrmutfcfoimrw 964-8447, or evening 473.3627.416tfnchg 712.3125 Saturday at 7 p.m. Public :......... 3/$ ._. Ease S T..
1.6tco67 It.9t579L! 4i..mpd 4'30NEM ; Advise on all problem of life. business, HELP WANTED tfnchg rei.rgl-a. ........__ NatseiRrg Iao
..,_. ._- II'"Iie.p' I-.dI in EMPLOYMENT WANTED readings. Confidential. 4/16ltpd NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Church Nursery WANTED l-SIS-499-3734 Ear I-I-3399A: for
walk .i.. mills.ill. Mssvanry? I WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILDREN in my Worker for Sunday a.m. and p.m. ser .......2A ...... 3Jpof 41._21
Bu.dkiBlfaabb-rJlg -.1..1- WANTED PART-TUMI WORK Mon. home during the day. Have fenced vices. Keystone Heights 4737261. WANTED TO BUY W-27 molar fosse MOUSE Ft3t SANE .... 2B& beady"
n ui.dlyw.lp..rankqtarp.t&VAT.Camastt yard. Come see me at 310 N. Water St. 3tpd 42416. 475-2046. Itpd 416CARS. t..na.. Rrrtpfece. !rasa tesrw. biltdhem.e6
Frl., 8 a.m 12 1 8 a.m.
noon a.m. or
ImII wal->< air Davis a San 4/9 2tpd 4/16 WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 Inserting sep-.M drag. e.. Aerntdyand
Saturday heavy background In .
JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE 10 years ser- AGbeae
CartoeMmrfo96Y62T6 ti3.u
i'T6TkhgIRRMCJmONSAENOW envelopes. Information send stompto p..p.
military and law enforcement communication vice. Call for free estimates 964-4621 BOATS .
K.S. Enterprises, P.O. Box 150T-".
36 month
equipment -
fair lull and) .BswIMtmer. wartK. Apply in OR 964.6842.4/9 chgtfn Bloomfield NJ 07003. 4tchg 4/16-9/7. 2I iog 1,9.4116
computer experience retail sales17years YARD MOWING and hedge trimming 7*SKMIQUE garage.......immaoulaia.S8.0OO .
p..dyK.. phone eallskTrail'' *. ft.
nbd.M.dl Ri.turrsttt. t...,... 41T. administrotiv..xp.rl.nc. painting. Reasonable rotes None too or best ...... 473-2877 leave terse '-""%' nor..a6 .............
964-8608. 4/16 Itpd small. 964-9033. After S. 4/16 ma..aga. Itchg 416.FOR .
2LrdtlyltaN Itpd NOTICE .eat f6R..sa. I3>7M2.
.__ ROe lITE aunl5 -mot. J. WILSON 72-3080 llmerock, repair. 2IctIg2L
drs.mrlYb.. .Wdoer errands.. BOATS Ing driveway asphalt seal coaling, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted SALE HOME FOX SoME J ML 2 BA. 2 MadksIran
1uIi.1v16 nprfMM paving Reasonable rates, free to the Lake Region Monitor office I to'an.' 4733M2. Ifst 4/lau
IEMIQwAf/E., WMICTID Apply 20 FT. COBIA with 135 hp M.rcury outboard estimates. 4/16 Itpd In writing and paid In advance It71 2T AVION REAR BATH.twin bad*.
Amon-iI. ... bMBVe. *. SOU C. CoIl! Sit 4/lft w/traller and all equipment. WANTED LAWN MOWING and will do unless credit I* already establishedwith : now __. carpaU. electric...... CAMPERS OR
Ttallg "Ready to go Fishing"13.000 or best offer oth.r yard work. Will do you a good this office a lock full owninga a tri.dow TRAVEL TRAILERS
-IIINICE SFJInCINI MANAGER Eddie Starling work 964-720O lob Robert Godwin 964-4190 alter MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD mo*. Ready so trowel47S20e6. llpd
-muse-mv.rwram...t...........'-fulll! or home ..485-1291. 4/16Itchg 4:30: p.m. 4/16 2tchg 4/23 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4/16.
p-nsam-9RW-..T6D1hs.zJ: : : RESPONSIBLE MOTHER would like to CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2 VOtKSMUE HOGS- leo....-=h.S1SO TlAVa AIUII-1917 sromy- lrIk..ea.roepl.se
IMC OX*OlFSnMMB:wilt be aacaptlng watch your child ln her home, THE TELEPHONE. for both.473-7461. Iahg 4/16. b.....-.--..
-la"a-,. thru April. 331. T987 fair PETS reasonable rates Call 68.2526.16 Classified deadline Is 11.00a.m. t.6ty-.r dime. Sp.bug. pn-
"'-.......of e .hI.or;. Mtnimun* jab> Itpd Thursday publication. S24OOL 475-207' ...,......6. .16 2IpI
..... ...... ara hia>l !947-5! "Mpn91-ne, EM1,.--.Illy Ap- chow* part cockapoo, medium site, also house cleaning have references, then 15 cents for each word thereafter. BROADWAY ft WALTERS
11I1-- utrimlab/. L.omel solid black need good home. call after 9 p.m. 964-9896. 4/16 Itpd .
'n..lRYw.IIDes.QtyH. IIL4'16Thhg 468-2770 oft.r 5,4/16.;hg TREE SERVICE ,I

/MUmlPlllEMUl'Ec.Nursing REAL ESTATE Removal T.TS LAWN
_.............._ -'f off!the SairtiiFaF FOR SALE Trimming SERVICEWsyPulPrirls
..ttICarw-. rW............day,. ..
sitmfl8 i-s.ICalU 4/w.mess Lrsom.k IN QTY 6000. Call 964-5764; after Get into Stump Removal -
5. call 964-9251/3/07 tfn OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and ?
Rty-tlpen3'J42rAefls: 'Inumm.dld GovernmentWork *
4147.ts.6IE dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin Firewood In Your '
.3V TIZ IfnTo 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over Lulsn
NaFYt1WIQe: >.Inripi with)th' care of flve acres cleared GREAT for country camping O.K. Hunting and fishing I 1 Free Estimate = C!
Isefnihllls. .Imo --. CallA living or far Investment such a* mobile $5,490 w/ $ISO dn., $63.71 monthly
7eaa a-.T*WOE ham. park animal farm ate. Several (904)( ) 236-4979 days ((904)) 622-2438 MEN & WOMEN 17- 62 473-7077-473-7679 s
money making pecan tree. 28.000 eve*. 2/1216tehg 5/28 Train for fore
ikE clEW CW snMMK wtlDthm ..amotingINlmmmsmJWb now government enam
I ApriB 392. 1987. fart cash or SI 2.000 dawn_and payment of ,UNITED.,REALTY.OF.STARITJU-.1640S... Oly.: CountyvSuie and Federal. levels Altec.5P..M. '4734022Mo .
"'-...._oil (It. ... K. S23Q month.Starka area,call 964-6493. Walnut St., Stark. 964.8..7. 4/16- SOLAR/FS START 59.48 hr. Keystone
AS HIGH 41 Heights'
,...u---CTt( tfnja tfnchgBRADFORD_ _. Legal MaehsnicjM Inspectors Jot Too Big Or StsscM I
LAND POI SALE on Hwy 230 East about Licensed ft Insured
.- -n--I'- s tarrpW.r fruckmo Construction dicst/Ontal
ee a.d Rsidwf.lFOR
____....... Ihge) ..heel diploma. :3 mile from town. Well and septic Computers Clones! Law EntorosfiMf ists.eess
..t"'U- areaidd1'.r.annel' tank 1.21 acre. S850O cash Call Civil Service Jobs available nationwide. -
-.III Qhy>Malr 4/16 964-4061 after 5.30 p.m. 4/16 2tpd 4/23 High School Diploma not necessary -
Keep'present job while preparing at
home lor government exama.

BUSINESS VACATION RESORTS OR LIMEROCK Write & Include Phone No. Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work.
RENTALS National Training
Backhoe Bulldozer
SALESI Service Inc. -
IITWi MJNI O: T Atf OTUAIfecra: FRANKLIN. N.C..Scenic mountain view, I P.O. BOX,160HADDONFIELD. qMino 964-6182-964-5823
..MOW, "BI9la FvJIy. .....ippadX. 2 BR furnished cottage.$175 per week. N.... O8O33
9 4V* 964-7210. 4/16 2tpd 4/23 782-3172 OR CALL --
1 sNT6J (1-800-324-2515))

.pparal. ._ ma:s,- Tim's Custom Cabinets0' :;.
sN.lelY-s lm-.emify, ....... .1___ PERSONALSALONETP
*New Carstrudtoss *R__r'f- *** -
t.. dlwsL.-/wabia bidaIlnlpn ]
_. and
? i Remodeling Repairs
eeLs stow JarU. *Cabinets *TH*> *C.rmy\

Gtaem, Ccd.... 11I- '- Call BRINGING PEOPLE *Room Addition *Home Repairs Free Estimates
YMdea.sl Ii- mt-mr. Lit Ooibame.o.1OIII1otft. TOGETHER Sto.....'. most respected ;l* R..Roofing Electrical Repair R
fdlnaN.dtNt ..... dating, service since 1977. All age, Including Coll Thompson
Free Estimates*
sn..Sla9IDi--1r.RolningRar.I.N senior eels.be..l....... 964M3SOShop '64-23a Er *.
.gt-sRaptninng .)t -ap.nIts cltlzensv-T.800-648-4401. tfn t Call Fred Stafford 485.1952 -_ '
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specialize energy efficient custom aluminum and vinyl window built to 1\ J"

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They feature new homes, room addition, Florida room, screen room. BAHIA
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Selection on reconditioned mobile homes I You pick-up or We Deliver -
.All Single/ Wide a*low a*$300 Down I
CaD Collect 2720625UDauaf *All Double Wide as low es$500 Down Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
vwfd sTo Choose From *Payments as LOW a*$149 PER MONTH I
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728: ..ft.to 2,728 ft.
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L of town. call collect; BROCHURES .PAMPHLETS ,




You have only 79 day to buy and close on your new home or -Our --

S=ets p cMs.a mobile home from any of our 'pay a 5% Bales tax on Title Insurance Survey. Real Estate Spedal-

csmpeiSzOTX and bring In the invoice for us to see, Fee Termite Costs Mortgage Fee, Attorney' Fee and other

.0 tt?.. fa* $53 worth of groc.rf..-. costs. ,000. Business Cards
This new tax will drastically effect the affordablllty of
.Sass pascbase mobile home from us, we will housing and have far-reaching effect on our economy. Raised Ltrft.n, Black Ink

.R. w- $Sill worth off groceries.TfcCTe'sA Pleate write or call your (legislator today to expret your

concern about this additional taxation on all service s189sP

Sale taxes have currently Increased from Can 964.1764. Ask for EOa
World of Difference 2544000000.00 In 1981 to $5,304,286.591,59 In 1985 or a

At Global' lOSViJe Increase,In. _5 year


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Crack Cocaine Arrests Continue in BradfordBradford

Lawson Paint & Body Shop County Sheriff Dolph Carl Andrew Jackson prcMBttv. r a..tes c-t Slade std dlaoi>pd s.obdarloe: p.-on' ut miuulld .
Reddish revealed that his depart- probation for ftntrminn and safe of with line ct.frsts pss.aaaem and and sale and delivery

Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR ment has recently completed a se- crack cocaine from be Jut...! line astrlts fIdIwq aid sale .. ef cantrcOed soastance hues
'cond undercover operation in less cover operation. aad c.calrFAn. nwej was released on

... 22? NW 29th St. 964.6133 than a year Into the possession and .ran releaased a a 1UA60 WGSCoEzancey, Smith was released
-. "N sale of crack cocaine in Bradford On -nwraday. April fVputM ,..........ty.--sis. 1 lC1Idd.. after tw.property; bonds 120.-wasrj
County. Doug York. Don Don and David die Bradford> Cewnrr JadSaMMfeawd .1... !-
The arrests began with Todd Eric Aderbolt. arrested Morris J. Aanv. ; 1 ReddSsti would not state

Jackson, 22, of Ash Street in Starkeon 36, of Lawtey. Aaron was diargcd The ne recent arrests arfadedListda new ncaqy additional arrests would
LAWN SERVICE March 19 and Carl Andrew with one count ptmmin and .oe A.. Y--c.r d Bnrwalee a.dIwpIII be made but hidBratrd that there
RatonabU Dependable Jackson. 31, of Oak Street in Starke. count of sale and delivery of crack wr111 tow a.es er.o3 dge..erw. were ioaero. other arrct furI -
cocaine. Also arrested at die tonne ..a.d sale and ddi.ctry aid Ib...... from dIe most recent drug
*Uwi Cut *Yards Raked time was Keith, Coy Jane*. 2Z. edward(lays SnMn,MIr nT Keller a. operation by his dephrt .
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SELL or RENTFine .Recent ArrestsIn Donald f4.& Iof Starke rested April 12 for disordertr intoxication

_"'_'.f"AprilII for_ Simpson after warning.
Older Bradford CountyThe .aaerwdilaq a ltsatJdd. misting arrest with violence aceor-
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''' '' "" was lag Ie Patrolman Kathy Best.
: "Br8 '1' Corner E. Call & Cherry by local following authorities arrest ta were Bradford made Sl" Mt25L1/ewasteieaoedwbi... Slave was arrested at a Ll Champ

\ Ideal for Offices County.Curtis. -If.latilllfl far c.-c...wbsnoe and being

Gerald Lee of Starke was ._t. oIfCCW'idIIia got die arrest
SAVfflG&& By Owner arrested April 10 far psomd Andrea. LnteF---: nanL He was released to Brevard

SPRlno leas than 20 gram of ."-.".and 'su ed AprIl _a Gp-IIS.... -4 c..t.J far dIarps tIIe.re.

$62,500Phone disorderly intoxication,accunangte Y. ......... r.p.y.
Investigator David Adertaott. Lee nep.ry n.c Yost. ihrerated visps.b.hlytlr.old-> -
Jd. .. 964.7682 was arrested at the Fine Tree low arc IIer ens r.oa.garaaea : ... dud ...-.____ ft
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Mower at sr. S.4v70 e
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150 Watt Main. Call 496-2261. for N.W. 3rd Street. 1 I. Counry
;t:.MufcheriZer (on applicable models),Thatcherlzer or Grass Catcher! Information tfn .
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NO DOWN PAYMENT: And affordable! low monthl/pc:. air private paved road laundry and 'fORI SNOT Scars .Pea;... iww
menfs with SNAP-CREDIT. park playground. Near schools. hasp.. ATTEMT1ON-FOI SASS Two aon.s. ....... firs sore -. 7 A. w 41 PJtf_ NOTICEaA1.11a
i .. : tote facilities. PINES SR-12lea>t Lake land located near towley Caer.dioriInstitut. S4y0.......fr.b.s. 15.-, c.II
Get oil the details at SNAPPER dealer today", Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. .In lowtey.oft of highway. 3M. If61714. dr.- 389s. rwgdt 4V12adsp ADvERrmNG.bind......
., and no pet. chg/tfn 3/19 City water, cootie tank power pate -4stfEirwiBA.EClatmeE. wsia.d a ton ."....Corny Taws dace -
during SNAPPER'S National Spring SavingS:H$ COUNTRY LIVING IT x 64' mobile home. and large.tied ad ready promoed.Excellent ......q............ rw wrss9 .rd paid .. -..... .
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s.APMIf't. home tailored to your pay schedule. between 4 and 12 r.M. e. 431-1212. ...r4 -..er..ww' ........... ...ac.6..d WHEN AD B TAKEM OVER
q'' PINES SR121, just south of SR1OO In ..t. 151. Tuedoy An Saturday.Itpd. .ppwr..ryr. c. 4kby ___ is1E 1eErHOfsE-
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: New Brief 2 plle>>co-pilot<< ,crew members who in
.--- .9. turn continues to recruit passengers, Red Traffic Lights
at the cost of $1,500 each, until the
Mean STOP in Starke .
Accident Finds, plane Is loaded. Supposedly the end
One DUI ArrestA result being you will receive$12,000 Running a red light in Starke will
for your$1,500 investment.Now get you a traffic ticket,warned Chiefof "Charger"ReclinaRocker'
25-year-old Brooker man was if this scheme sounds too Police Jimmy Bowen.
charged with driving under influence good to be true, then common sense "We are starting immediately to
and no operators license should tell you it is indeed too good to enforce the law when it comes to
following a one-car accident April be true. traffic light violators' said Chief $
11. While this gambling scheme or lottery Bowen. 3 2 9
Arthur David Lindsey suffered is against the law,the main con- People are running red lights In
possible head and internal injuries cern of the state attorney's office Is Starke like they don't exist and the reg. 439A
with a laceration to the chin when to protect the public, according to local authorities intend to put a casual thai coordinates with "s
his vehicle wrecked Saturday after- Investigator Wiley Clark. 'stop' to the abuse, according: to interior. It
Luxuriously tufted
noon!at 5 p.m.on CR-18.Lindsey was In most cases the pyramid Chief Bowen. any
features large head
transported by Rescue 61 to CR-18 schemes are misdemeanor offensesbut Bowen said there will be new a roll a deeply a
and US-301 then taken by Shand- in some Instances they qualify as lights and new turn lanes on US-301 cushioned seat and padded arms.
sCair offenses and in the future will Comfort never looked so stylish! D
to Shands Hospital in felony the public should very near which
Gainesville, according to EMS enter these agreements with caution help ease the problem of not being ,
Supervisor Cliff Chapman,where be : able to make turns. These changes
was later released. There are no investigations under- have been approved by the Depart-
Lindsey driving an AMC, waswestbounJ way at this time in this area however ment of Transportation and are Included -
on CR-18.The vehicle left recent arrests have been made in in the 1987-88 budget, said
the roadway,travelled 150 feet in the Georgia by the Georgia Bureau of Bowen.So .
ditch, going over a driveway, Investigation. remember,red means STOP ,
becoming airborne, hitting a culvert
and travelling another 28 feet before

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j. Public Pyramid BewareOf SchemeIf STARTS

you are approached by someone ; NOONCrr
wanting you to invest in"loading'anairplane" : TODAY!
; BEWARE, it can cost
you$1,500,and you can be left on the N
runway with your luggage flying off.
This latest pyramid scheme Is ,
rampant in Baker County 'with
ing evidence in Bradford of the scheme and now surrounding appear- # ALL _

i counties, including Union and
Alachua. .
The gambling scheme seeks a in9 AMERICAN t 1 1Q 1k

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:; Sonny's famous 40-item salad bar.... "',

1 3 Bedroorns/2; Bath Today Housing Center fresh fruits aid vegetables plus tasty mixed salads, cheese,"'breads' and' fpud.

e> Shingle Roof SALE PRICE ; !15,900Masonitesiding | ding... all you can eat V-price Easter Sunday onlyl!

.> Reg. Price . 17,900 I tFJ "

e> Special Exterior,Appl... Factory Rebate 2,000 ;; .

.> Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE 15,900 '
Total Electric DOWN PAYMENT 2,000 t} ': '"

.1 Furnished BALANCE 13,900 S. '. "Ito

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"We SelL Price. Quality and Service' Open 11 am to 9 pm, 7 Days A Week

Intersection of U.S. 301 & S.R. 100 Starke !

755-O6O6 JjikeClly 0syI I I 99& I I.Y.



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