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 23, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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APR 2 81987 ;

Inside... SINCE 1879
Outside. .. e .,
Two(action. ,
Winter seem toforecast have moved out with the passing of Easter,and a SICTK/ At Poga. ( i,., .....

warm spring season is at hand. Hard Now.. . .... ... .../-a, 1 I ; .
No rain expected In the area today (Thursday,April 23),just fair .dl..rl.I'-' I' ::1'l ".

mild, or sunny and warm, with a high of 86 tgrees. The facial Scana. . .... ... .'.'ASparta. ', I

Extended Friday through Sunday: the SO's, .. .,... .. .... .... ..v-sand t
highs In the SO'., partly cloudy, with a slight chance of rain late in lagal ... ... .. ... .. .. .. IA I I
the week. -
Rainfall: the 80-year average for April is 9.23 Inches; for May SECTION It 12 'a..... e I

3.37inchell. for June 7.07 inches. G.".,... Stvdanta. .. .. .. ...It
Ground water levels remain high from more than usual spring Poultry Slrlka Ovar.. ... . ..2B
rains. Santa Fe Lake was six inches above its normal 140.93 feet ClatiHIad Ads. . . . .I-IOB The Sweetest Strawberries
above sea level in March but a about the same level as March 1986 This Side of Heaven
Araa Daath.. . ... . ..121Naw
does according tests.to Suwanne River Water Management District which .r...... . .. .. ..'-'l 109th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
40th Issue Thursday.Aor1123,1ssT' USP94W2700Choral

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3f ': Deny Santa Fe Pass Project : Hearing: OfficerA j

I recommendation that DER next 60 days after attorneys for the waters of Gator Cove, a portion of tion will not cause pollution in con Outstanding Florida Waters under

(Department of Environmental opposing litigants, Santa Fe pass, Santa Fe Lake near the pass. travention of DEB standards or overflow conditions and did not;
Performance... Regulation) deny the petition of Santa Inc.and the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers The fact that Santa Fe Lake has rules." disprove the likelihood that effluent
Fe Pass Inc. for a permit to con- Assn., have had time to file excep- been designated as an Outstanding In his recommendation for denialof would enter OFW under normal
The 40 voice Bradford High struct a wastewater treatment and tions to the ruling. Florida Water (OFW) gives it addi- a permit to SFP, Inc., Hearing Of- weather conditions."
Chorus will perform at 8 p.m. disposal plant for its proposed tional State protection from pollution ficer Benton said, "The applicant In his recommendation, Benton
tonight (Thursday, April 23) in the development on Lake Santa Fe was Central issue at the hearing was that might degrade its water has not sustained its burden (of proof noted the package treatment plant

BHS auditorium according to signed by Hearing Officer Robert T. whether SFP's revised applicationfor quality.The ) in the present case. It has not proposed by SFP, Inc.would be built
Director Don
Benton of the Florida Division of Administrative a permit to construct a sewage Florida Administrative Code given reasonable assurance that the about 1,500 feet from Santa Fe
Soloist is soprano Vicky Hearings, April 8 in treatment plant with percolation authorizes DER to issue construction site chosen for percolation ponds Lake's Gator Cove to service a
Goodowns. Pianist is Barbara
Tallahassee. ponds should be granted or denied permits "only if the applicant meets DER requirements designedto private club with restaurant and
Smith. Final decision in the long-pending due to failure of developers to give affirmatively provides the depart ensure proper percolation." overnight accommodations con-
Admission: $2. Children under 12 litigation will be made by Dale reasonable assurances that the proposed ment with reasonable assurance Benton also pointed out that "the ait noof 150 IodIZe nr motel'!!) rooms
admitted free if accompanied by an Twachtmann, new Secretary of plant would not cause pollu- based on plans, test results and evidence showed that effluent from
adult. DER and is expected within the tion significantly degrading the other information that the installa the proposed plant would enter (See Santa Fe Pass..p.2A)

Fire Ant Bait... ___ __ .n.

A Fire Ant Bait Sale Is set next

Thursday April 30, from 8:30 a.m. : L CountyRetains
to 4:30: p.m. at the Agriculture .
Building on US-301 north in Starke. : :_ 3. i

Price is $4 per pound in one-
pound bags, which compares to $10
to $12 retail. Still cheaper pricesare
available for quantities of 25

pounds or more. For more information
see Editorial Page in this edition
of The Telgraph.

Square Dance... AttorneyAttorney

Plus Level square dance instruction
is available each Tuesday in

the Kingsley Lake Civic Center, John Kopelousos ol
from 8-10 p.m., with Ken Perez, Orange Park has been retained to
caller. For additional informationcall represent Bradford County In a civil:: I
964-7955. complaint challenging the rezoning
i of one acre of land in the Speedville j
BIIS Alums... I.. area, near Keystone Heights.
} Commissioners also voted for the
Next meeting of the Alumni
to all in defen-
Association of Bradford is set pay expenses
High ,
5 : Fr
ding the suit, including the expensesfor
May 7, a Thursday, in the BHS + t
r the defense of the zoning board
J Nld
library. members, who are appointed and
The Board of Directors meets at6pm. ?1 -, a// 4 rf
f receive no salary, and Zoning Direc-
The general meeting Is at 7 tor Darrell O'Neal.

p.m. Bradford commissioners heeded
'B'-Books sale atMitchell's
are on the recommendation of County At-
Store and the
Drug torney Reggie Flynn to retain
Chamber of Commerce for $5, or counsel
special more particularlyan
can be gotten by writing the BHS expert in zoning matters.

Alumni Association, 581 N. Temple Kopelousos who grew up in Brad
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. 1 ;
ford County was the Clay County attorney
in zoning matters for a good
Shrine Parade.
.. .
; manv years.Kdpelousos. :
The annual Starke Shrine parade 3

and chicken dinner is set May; tr -:4 ..r" .-,..._-....,.. ", .." .. drafted the county'sOrdinance \
No. 84-1 which
a Saturday.The prohibits
parade is set for 11 a.m. Ser .1 I _:.: $ ; :0-, :-NE mining in wetlands areas such as the
Santa Fe Giant timber firm
ving of the chicken dinner by the

Starke Shrlners is set for 11:30 am. Top Tornado Grade Earners... Georgia-Pacific breaking the:: ordinance was unsuccessful in an effortto in
under the Motors
Terwillegar Thirteen of the 17 straight- students at BUS for the fourth six-weeks Top row: Robert Thorpe. Jody Brown, Jason Brown, David Thorpe.are mine the swamp for peat to use for

pavillion.The will form West (l-r): Not shown: Sherri Harrell. Tammy Lynn, Jeffrey Moody Wanda fuel in 1984. .
parade on Mueller. (Editor's Note: The Telegraph lost the original negative with all
Bottom row: Kevin Krack. Kim Johnson. Steven Thornton.
Call Street and move north on On the advice of attorney Flynn
Middle row: Yvonne Bobo. Barbara Green Jennifer Brown, Michelle the 17 students In It. The picture was retaken Wednesday and four
US-301 (N. Temple Ave.) to commissioners meeting last Thurs
Crabtree Holly Shields, and Mickl Becker. students were absent. The Telegraph apologizes for the omission.)
Washington Street. day night April 16, carefully
Proceeds from the chicken dinnergo refrained from discussing the civil::
toward Shrine activities. complaint filed by attorney TerenceM.

Brown on behalf .or 46 area
Support the Library... 17 Earn Straight-A's at Bradford HighSeventeen residents or landowners around the
Speedville area. "Why tip our
NL Friends of the Public Library of "
hand asked the commis-
Bradford County are holding their Bradford High tennis and several Santa" Fe Com world history, honors English 11, chemistry I, Spanish II, and physics sioners. !
annual drive In
membership students, or 1.7 percent of the some munity College courses. and chemistry I. I. Attorney Flynn and Zoning Director
and May. 1,060-member student body earnedstraight.A's Jennifer L. Brown, daughter of Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and O'Neal traveled to Orange Parkto
Friends of the Sherri! C. of
Donations by Harrell daughter
for the fourth six-weeks Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. talk to attorney Kopelousos last
Library allow purchase of Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell of Starke. Thorpe is enrolled in French I,
grading period which ended March Miss Brown is enrolled in Wednesday April 15. They reported
materials otherwise unobtainable. Brooker. Miss Harrell is enrolled in
4. family life and parenting, Spanish III, analytic geometry Thursday night that Kopelousos is
Annual membership dues are $3 for humanities anatomy and advanced world introduction sociology, chemistry I, honors the
history to county.
Another willing
84 students or 7.9 I
students, $5 for the individual. percentof physiology, honors English 12, and
and .
to English 11, physics.Sophomores.
Is the student body earned all A's or several SFCC computers, analytic After discussion, Kopelousos was re- I
$100 courses.
donating a library
Anyone B's for places on the A-B honor roll. geometry honors English 11, and tained on a 5-0 vote on a motion by
benefactor. All donations are tax G. of Mr. chemistry I. ... :
Three seniors, five Juniors, five Tammy Lynn, daughter Commissioner Wilbur Waters. .
deductible. sophomores, and four freshmen and Mrs. Richard Wimpy of Starke. Jody L. Brown, son of Mr. and Michelle L. Becker daughter of seconded by Commissioner E.L.
Donations may be mailed or earned straight-A's. Eighteen Miss Lynn is enrolled in independent Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Becker of (Nook) Norman.In .
brought to the Friends of the seniors, 17 juniors 25 sophomores research, student leadership, Brown is enrolled in food and nutrition Lawtey. Miss Becker is enrolled in discussing the retention of a

Library, c/o Bradford County and 24 freshmen earned A's or B's. algebra II, ceramics and pottery, drawing and painting I, geometry, algebra II, advanced lawyer to defend the county Chair
Public Library 105, E. Jackson Straight-A students by grade, creative photography. analytic geometry, team sports, ad- world history band II, honors man Lawrence Mosley asked attorney
Street, Starke, FL 32091. The are: vanced world history, honors biology I, honors English 10, and Flynn, "Do you think we bet-
library phone is 964-6400. Juniors... English 11, and chemistry I. Spanish I.'Yvonne. ter go outside?!" Mosley meant out

Seniors... Jason M. Brown, son of Mr. and David M. Thorpe, son of Mr. and E. Bobo, daughter of Mr. side the county.
Railroad Day... Barbara M. Green, daughter of Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. "I'm ready to make that recommendation -

The City of Waldo will celebrateits Mr. and Mrs. Tim Green of Starke. Brown is enrolled in food and nutri- Thorpe is enrolled in sociology, Miss Bobo is enrolled in geometry, ," attorney Flynn replied.

annual Railroad Day this Saturday Miss Green is enrolled In creative tion, drawing & painting I, analytic family life and parenting, analytic Flynn will also help in defending the

April 25, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. photography algebra II, beginning geometry, team sports, advanced geometry, honors English 11, (See StraightA's..P.2ACity ) civil complaint by doing local

Food, fun and festivities. research.It
Trophies given for the best old- sounds like the board should re-
fashioned outfit and best railroad tain Kopelousos, said Commissioners 1
Waldo Wilbur Waters and Joe Rid-
outfit. city park.

Humane Society... Sets $1.68 Million in Projects, dick.Bradford. said Commissioner he money usually in the favors Maxie county keeping CarterJr. but

The Bradford Humane Society this is different. Waters pointed out
meets the first Thursday of each Kopelousos is a home town product."Be .
month at 7:30: p.m. in the First that as it may what we needis
Presbyterian Church opposite the 13 Streets to be Repaved Repaved adequate counsel" said Chairman -

hospital.New Mosley.
members welcome at the -
next meeting, Thursday, May 7. by Buster Rahn Where's the Money. to allow her to include seven years attorney Brown for research asking The Complaint...
back at a later date.
them to report
BCT Staff Writer service with the city, between 1959
Councilman Jimmy Crosby ques- The is filed in a routine
Thirteen miles of Starke streetsare and 1957, prior to the pension plan complaint
tioned the plan to borrow $250,000 as which
Bid Let... Feb. 24 zoning decision In one
Upcoming... set to be resurfaced in the near part of funding the Silcox plan. being in effect. ,
future at an estimated cost of Ms. Joiner left city employment in The Bond Trustees could not acre of a 4.9 acre parcel was
The School Board will meet at 7 $400,000 in one of five proposed projects 'Tucker said the city can borrow 1967. but returned to work in 1973, muster a quorum, so a bid to con- reclassified from RSF,single family
p.m. today (Thursday April 23) at totaling 1168000. money below prime, because the in- when former clerk Merrill Edwards struct a 13.2 KV feeder line In north residential to RSF-MH, so two

Southaide Elementary to get pre- The five projects can be funded terest is tax free to the lender whichis promised to pick up the prior seven Starke was referred to the council. mobile homes could be placed on and the
budget information from parents without a bond issue or raising a better deal than spending city years In the pension plan for her. Ed- J.L. Malone and Associates was east side of the property of Jerry
and school staffers. The board Is taxes said Mayor Vernon Silcox. money that Is earning a higher rate wards became ill, and the time was low bidder at $194,000. The council Zenaida Yates.
meeting at each school center over Mayor Silcox distributed a rough of Interest. Tucker said there is never credited to her account. Ms. approved the low bid with minimum The west side of the Yates property -

the next two months. draft of projects the city needs to enough money in the Renewal and Joiner has sought relief from the discussion. faces Speedville Road. Directly Road is

consider and a source of funding for Replacement fund (R&R) to take council before out without success. .. across the paved owned Speedville Mrs. Sarah
-Monday April 27;-the School the projects, and asked Clerk Neil care of the project but it should remain She retired from the city April 17, Update. 463 acres lives in Jacksonville.by Attorney -
Board will meet at Bradford High Tucker to explain the handout to the at interest. and needs to get the situation Grant Coordinator Linda Day up- Wood Mrs. I
asked "How much is in clarified. dated grant activities for the coun- Brown representing
School at 7 p.m..Tuesday councilmen at the Tuesday night Crosby times the :
has four protested
April 21, meeting. Four of the five the R&R fund?!' Obviously sympathetic to Ms. cil.Ms Wood, Road
projects have to do with utilities,and Tucker said, "I don't know offhand Joiner the council was reluctant to Day sought and received ap- rezoning of Speedville proper-
April 28, the School mobile homes detract '
revise the Community ty saying
for in- proval to
have been under consideration for make an exception one
Board will meet at Bradford Mid- residential !
but Tucker and not for several others Development Block Grant schedule from the single family .
School some time. The fifth projects provides Crosby persisted, par- dividual,
dle at 7 lower values.
p.m. the estimated $400,000 for ried his question, and told him "if who may be In the same situation. which will not affect the ending date. area and property j
is first time I county zoning .
made former clerk She reported that several families This the
street renovation. you'll come to my office I'll tell The promise by
The Zoning Board of Bradford has Edwards should be honored, they living in sub-standard housing in the decision has been challenged
Clerk Tucker said the city 13 you. ...
County is set to meet at 7 p.m. miles paved streets in a bad state Schaefer spoke up and said, "Tell felt, but making an exception for one target area do not wish to par- court. In the county's zoning commission code a I

Tuesday April 28. of repair and need to be resurfaced him Neil. The money came from Individual created serious problems ticipate in the program, and have decision of the county Court. I

The Zoning Board of the City of The proposal provides sufficient refinancing the 1983 bonds and we was the theme expressed by been advised by letter, the city expects can be civil appealed to Circuit filed by at- !
The complaint
them to bring their homes up
funds for the project,with ad- have almost a million dollars. Schaefer and Silcox. I
is set to meet at 7 for Mrs. Sarah Wood.
Starke Brown '
p.m. standard with funds, on torney
ditional funding for some work on The city of Starke receives In excess City attorney Terence Brown said to personal '
30.TheUtrawberry. to order the
April asks the court
Thursday, et al,
Orange and Jefferson Streets near of $100,000 per year for street the city:: might possibly pass an or- or before next February.Ms. its decision. In addition .
Golf Tournament the Winn-Dixie Market Place. work from the local:: 4-cents per dinance for a class of former Day advised the council that county to reverse decision

is set Saturday. May 2, at the Commissioner Charles Schaefer gallon gas tax, approved by county employees, not mentioning Ms. Starke ranks 13th in a field of 15 the to complaint appealing also the zoning asks for ac-::- I,
Starke Golf. Country Club. said there are funds for sewer workon commissioners some 2 yean Joiner by name and pass legal cities and counties to be approvedfor ,
said Clerk Gib Brown and However It Is Brown's opi- another $375,000 Community tual and punitive damages. i
Bradford County commissioners Orange Street and he would County muster. ,
of the civil complaint
meet at 9:30: a.m. Monday, May 4, prefer to see that project completed confirmed by Tucker. nion that an ordinance passed to aid Development Block Grant. In this Count the III ::sue the defen- i
to states plaintiffs
individual would be difficult to case, the !grant was requested *
in the courthouse. before the street is paved. The city an arises
the action
Woe Is me... defend. upgrade utilities, primarily to ex- dants and allege
The first Tuesday meeting of the has experienced putting a sewer line justify or

City Commission of Starke is set at under a street less than a year old Ms. Jewell Joiner asked the council Mayor Silcox assigned the ques- (See New Projects..p.2A) (See Attorneyp.3A)
7:30 p.m. April 5. then had to repave Schaefer said. to amend the pension ordinance tion to councilman Bobby Biggs and

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('-pace IA A-B Honor Roll...

student leadership algebra It. The M students on the A-B honor t. ,
sociology boomsrulnb 1* FfemOtM rod..by trade are;
,and standard America 1I II8IWY. '
-Jeffrey Moody MM of Mr.awl S'fta&sKristi S.Aida, Lisa
Mr*. Raymond Moody of S ae. G. BiaJock. SoUynn Chaff diaries ;
Moody rnraUfd ia gimmfij. M. Ce I1m. Su one Oyal Carte U s
biology I.personal fitee**.standard. Fosseri; Kimberty M. Genre_. : ww 1?
world history, honors Eagfa, .. Wham Lv Marren. Eric J. Lane. 4f:3 f:3
t Wanda... buuDccf matta. Mrtsaa A. Miller Phillip R. Moore
J*. Mueller, daughter of KimbtTty M. Norman, Audrey 1..
Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Muster of Pierce.Sean G.Smith Maxine Ann '
Starke. Miss Mueller cnraOed ia Starling Mitehel S. Starling a,
geometry food Ide.. antntioa, Gregory F Wiggins, Leslie Hal f :. T :
Spanish.family and pareuOeg. Wood.jBaiors. : .
honor English !.. standard .
American history and honor Michael E. Barber *
biology L Robert EL Boone Pamela M.Carter i r
-Holly S.Shield,daughter of Mr.and Michael D. Elder, John Frederick i
Mr*. Warren Stevenson of Terry R. Cashiers, Todd M. Gillen-
Starke and Bill Shields ofWashington. water,. Dennis B.Glover, Vicky A.
D.C. HIM Sterid is Goodownsv Richard D.Kimutis Car-
enrolled in Latin H. algebra II, independent rie Lynn Mcoson, Donald Ray
research geometry. Spurts Angel R. Spell, Kevin D.
honor English l.. standard Starting Allison Thompson,Jennifer .,
American history,and physic L S. Woods Pam Zurfluh. y
Frcsh inm... l r 1 I;
Sophomores... Tanegla S.
Michelle Renee Crahtree.
Bass Patricia K. Bath. Shawna J.
daughter of Mr. and MrsJames ,
Rime Antoinette Y.
Crabtree of Starke.Miss CraMree is Bonafede
KmBberfi R. Rosier, Audra L.
enrolled in general science personal it i
Branttey Lilly M.Burgess. Chris J.
fitness French I. introductian
to Durban,,Jube A.Ferguson Kember-
drama honors Fjtgttfit '. bannsalgebra ly....FiOyaw Aloha J.Gruen. EricS.
1. and introduction to cora- .
Hodge. Karen -
Hodges.. Tonya
puters.Kimberiy A. Johnson M. KJm.Kimberly A. Lee KristenL Grade 1.3 SS Smarties...
Pfenmger. Mindy K. Bother
Mr. and Mrs. Jenal Johnson of Twenty-five Southside students In
E&zabetb A. Rowell.Suzanne Sapp Elementary grades 1.3 earned Adam Marchese.
Starke. Miss .Johnson enrolled n Barbara A. Smith Sarah Smith. straight-A's for the fourth six-week: grading period. Middle row: Jenny Gleason Terri Holloway, Karlyn Bailey. A-e I
Spanish I. life IIIaIDpIDeIIt shuns Janman Pfoy) Snbibul, Tammy They are (l-r): White Kim Hayes. Katrina Yeoman. Rachael Colenuu.
standard world geography, r-Id" Joe Tatum Tma C Willingham Front row: Kelly Randln. Candice Pippin. Lori Musson. Brandy Back row: Jeremy Scott Sean Connaughton. Paul Glen Andy Boa-
honors Rnglnth *. honors algebra I, Shannon W. Young.Fmbm .. harper Jill Gnann. Renee Smith April McKinney Jeremy Lawson. ding Trent<< Patterson. Ronnie Shelter. Wade lluegins.Chris Semhlwa&LNew ,
and honors physical science.
Kevin B. Krack. son of Mr. and
n_ Robert L. (Link)
Mrs. Michael Edkin of Starke. Bishop Kenra L Butler Chad E.aan .
Krack i enrolled in &
drawing minting Proiects-
-.Jennifer C Dodge. NormaG. -
Spanish I. brgiinang texas Douglas,, James S. Duncan
personal fitness, honors RngEsh It,
honors algebra t. and honors Allison Farnsworth Aimee L. (from Pace: IA)_ The Department of Community ly be out the cost of the advertising comparison figures were available
physical soeoce. Ferguson Kevin E. Finch. Kim D. tend the sewer system into an area Affairs gave the various applicantstwo Ms. Day said. The council agreed. for similar property.The council l instructed
Wade -, Cindy W. Harris. Devin west of US-301 north of SR-16W Ms. Day to offer One!
Steven ML Thornton, son of Mr, weeks in which to contest their appraised
and Mrs.DeoaldmorsronofStarke. Jackson.Stacy M. Jones Len sometimes called "Sunny Acres," ranking providing a firm commitment On Downtown Grant... figure for the building.
M.Looney.Lori A.Mann.ElizabethA. Ms. said. At least two other Ms. said the !bas boon
Thornton is enrolled in standard Day by May 5. Ms. Day said the Rosenberg Day owner
world geography Spanish I, brass MdCanry. F.Meier DanaL. towns will have to be"bumped"no. Ms. Day requested approval to building and two lots were appraisedat asking $60OW for:the property,
Norman,Rolland U Shafer.MarkP.
band personal fitness honors 14. Midway and no. 15. Palmetto advertise for an engineer on the $59,300 by contract appraiser Mrs.Day said no bids were casein
English '. ..... algebra 1. and ward: Franklin Leo Starling before Starke can be removed from "Sunny Acres"grant in order to expedite Terry Gaines a figure Ms. Day ed for the two buildings across from
Cheryl A. Thomas. Robert W.
honors physicalb SC IrIDt'e. its priority. 36 towns and counties the project. If the grant thinks will be confirmed by the city hall.
WadRrortta Ronnie Zurfluh. had applied for grants in this fund. doesn't materialize the city will on- secondary ,appraiser, since good

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. Santa Fe Pass ProjectIt \ Published ctnrv'W'IY mraitra Tbumd?

i! at 135 W. CaD S1r:<<4
Pair JA' tat said"From the record it is not your property, disclosed that you vide a plan that will confine the remaining No steps were taken however by
It is estimated-that on weekends ORfikefy that the proposed water were m the process of filling your fill to upland areas." any of the agencies involved to en- Starke, Florida
with full occupancy' the rooms could treatment plant would result in effluent land without first having obtained a force removal of the fill, and SF Second Clans powUfie paid J*
bouse 275 persons.generaUng an aggregate seeping to the surface of Special use Permit from Alachua Pass developers proceeded with further Stark ITomdaSubucriptM"
of 20.265 gallons of efOuent ground dow.4lope from percolation County.... and you are hereby requested -
per day. Waste water entenng the ponds, and flowing overland to to immediately discontinue In April 1980 the U.S. Corps of fUtetc
plant would How into aeration casts Gator Cove ultimately inducingonrlertilization this operation." Engineers entered a cease and In-trade area S1Z.OO per.rar
where nucrfrorgantans would con eotrophieatMn ( ) of desist order on filling in the wetlands work without applying for re- $7.00 six I jx dl.: i.
vert and dispose of most poltntanrs the Cove, in violation of legal and demanded removal of all fill quired permits according to U S
and organic matter. InfcrtMn against significant degradation pro-- Also in late 1979 the Santa Fe Lake from the Gator Cove area for en- testimony by the Lake Dwellers j I Outside area: per dear
Another possible mute by which of waters designated OFW. Dwellers presented a petition with vironmental reasons. Association. $7.50- wjjrnwtJtbs
effluent 1 might reach the lake would more than 700 signatures to DER
begin with percolation through the asking that an immediate cease and
sand and of The Santa Fe Pass controversywas
placed on grade on lop
desist order be issued on the Pass "
touched off in 197S when the
which the percolation ponds are con
structed. Underground, the effluent develops placed 5.000 cubic feet of project.
would move along hydraulic gradient fell dirt BO a wetlands area near the W-ANE1' ,
toward the lake unless an npediog lake in relation of an Alachua county In December 1979 DER inspectedthe
formation farad ordinance requiring special use site and notified the developers
it above ana*- of percolation permits far riD operations within the that "the Joint DER and Corps of
ponds. In Ibis case, effluent MO-year flood plane. Engineers line of jurisdiction has
would emerge as a man-made spring In November of 1979 Robert11ohtes been violated by placing fill
running into Gator Case overland to the lake according to of Codes Enforcement in Alachua Persons responsible for this project
testimony the bans, County, notified the SF Paisdn'eIopfts should remove the fill material from New Broiler
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A "want liar often than 940.000 Media Center-
: was, requested by Lawtey Etemen- Moore requested an Apple
lay staff and parents as the Bradford puter on which to do her
School Board began it'.annual tory.
Bound at pre-budget meetings. When School Board
Knot meeting is set at 7 p.m. by Wainwright asked if
taught Tnursdajr.. April 23) at library will support the 8th
Southmdr elementary. Next Tues- when the 50 students return
.."April 2B'. at 7 p.m. the school Principal Paterson said the
board will meet at Bradford High is small for the school
School. would be more pressed when
i tt was a pretty happy group at LE grade comes back to LE,
who had just learned that year after Mrs. Moore is an excellent
nemu the taea-09 school year. the center specialist and can
eigntth grade wilt be taught inLawteyv load. Mrs. Moore said the
I 1> rather than the middle would certainly help since
sctkoall as they are now. only staffer in the LE

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[ Rights Act,Title 42 of
the reclassification of the 1 a
the Dinted States Code.Section 19B3
perty from RSF single
residential to RSF-MH, a
The plaintiff further allege "The tial classification which
defendant!commissioners,acting in mobile homes on half-acre
Bnew affinal capacities under color
The rezoning of one acre of
nff stateIa.... conspired among acre Yates parcel was
themselves' and with an employee of after the Yates and attorney
Che! defendant commission for the worked out a compromise
purpose of depriving; plaintiffs and ment under which the
tneur rights to equal protection would be restricted to one
due prv estF! under Bradford County the back side of the Yates
Znmng Ordinance and thereafter from SpeedVille Road. :
adopted an unlawful., unconstitutmnaJL asked if the 4.9 acres could
and invalid amendment to the ed to one acre to preclude
zoning regulations so as to grant the eight mobile homes on the
Bvzuning reepiest Zoning Director Darrell '
""Wherefore[ plaintiffs respectful- Brown, yes but the >
If request!the court to: have to be resurveyed
A. "Take. jurisdiction of this conaa. mobile home permit will be +
' p- Brown said his clients might
"Enter a judgement declaring the mobile home were put
Che policies? practices. and acts back side of the lot, away
complained of herein violated the road. Atty. Brown then
plAinf>8's civil::rights guaranteed by with his clients, and raised
ttte Unified States Constitution and ther objections.The .
Che laws of the United States.
C. "Award plaintiffs compensatory request was changed
and punitive damages. a strip of land on the eastern
D. "Award plaintiffs their costs. the parcel approximately
and reasonable attorney's fees: long not to exceed 115
The complaint names as defendants containing no more than
the entire county commission, Zoning Board Member >!
the entire zoning board. both in Replogle moved to approve
f ;"idbanyaDd as a group and the quest with the above !
Tatesv and the zoning board(
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".' Celebmt.Your 'Are You Taking Advantage of Services ?

1. The Bradford County Public 5. Summer Fun Programs are 6. Computerized Interlibrary
Library Library houses a collection of an integral part of the library's Loan. This new service provides
over 22,000 books and receivesover service to children. The library patrons of the library access to

60 different magazines each a Jilin orovides an excellent selec- over one million books throughthe
month. Florida Interlibrary Loan Net-

0 Over 50,000 books and other materials were circulated 2. The library's reference collection work.

by the Bradford County Library last year, and includes much used 7. Special Programs. The

\ more than 539 children participated in summer pro- business works, career guides, library provides adults and young

grams sponsored by the library.In and specialized works in a varietyof people of Bradford County with

topics. programs throughout the year.
connection with National Library Week, librarian 3. Large Print Collection. Hun- Tax forms and service is providedto

Arnold Weeks announced that the library has more than dred's of large print titles are senior citizens through co-

0.. 5,200 registered patrons who use the facility on a regular available patrons. tion of reading materials and operation of your library, the

basis. He also called attention to the annual Friends of the 4. Genealogy. The library filmstrips for all ages from pre-. AARP, and the I.R.S. Special holi-

I Library fund-raising drive which helps finance: the purchase houses an evergrowing collectionof school to young adults. Recom- day programs and genealogy

of new books and other needed items. Weeks pointed out that genealogy works including mended reading lists are classes are examples of other programs

in 1985 the average price of hardcover books rose to $31.46, a books, microforms and available for parents. offered by your library.

s 4.9 percent Increase over 1984 cost manuscripts.

"Established than 50 the Come and visit your library soon.
II more years ago, library plays an important -
I role In the educational and cultural life of our community,"

Weeks said. He listed the following free services that are currently

t.a II. being provided to the public: Waldo to Celebrate 'Railroad Day' Saturday

I ,

Waldo has been"a railroad town" .
for over 100 years and will observeits
annual "Railroad Day" Satur-
day, April 25, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. .
Back in the 18508 the town was on the
etUTOKJALS main line of the Transit Railroad
(later the Seaboard Air Line),and is
still a stop on the Amtrak system.At .

one time the families of many
railroad workers made their homein C
Waldo and several hotels accommodated -
the "traveling men"
Be on The LookoutFor line.(drummers) and tourists riding the

In recognition of the town's close
Illegally Stored Toxic WasteResidents relationship with the railroad down
through the years Mayor Louie The celebration will be held at the will be on sale.: Country: and blue
Davis has proclaimed Saturday, City Park, and there will be a grass music will be featured duringthe
April 25, as Waldo Railroad Day. designated area with persons and in- day. Trophies will be awardedfor
within a half-mile radius of disposal sites at some central location will formation concerning this special the best old-fashioned outfit, and
an old shed on an unoccupied farm near for the use of counties within the North This dual year's celebration Waldo being servea a event in our history. the best railroad outfit. The Civitan

Worthington Springs have been advisedto Central Florida Regional Planning Bicentennial purpose.community wishes to There will be over 60 booths for antiques bloodmobile will also be availablefor
use bottled water for cooking and District.It heighten the awareness and and crafts, also displays by blood donors.
at least until reports are also understanding of the approaching200th railroad buffs, historians games The public is invited to come to
shows the need for
receive on test samples taken from establishingOld anniversary of signing the U.S. entertainment, and railroadsouvenirs. Waldo and loin in the festivities of its
their wells. Constitution on Sept. 17. 1787. .Barbecue and other.ods annual Railroad Day.

This incident brings home
dramatically, the possible dangers thatconfront {

many other unsuspecting pro- County Agent's Notebook -_ Bradford by Bobby County Taylor Agent
perty owners due to toxic wastes that

might be illegally stored at unidentified I

locations in the area. I Bothered by the Imported Fire Ant Fire Ant Bait Sale designed to give temporary Amdro control of the
UFA) in your lawn garden, pasture or IFA. This program makes Fire Ant
The thirty-five drums, suspected of cropland? If so,you might be interested in Bait available at a relatively low cost.
containing toxic chemicals, were ac- .1 r a Fire Ant Bait Sale next Thursday, April tervening 34 years, the ant has spread Amdro Fire Ant Bait was developed for
in the IFA, In-
cidentally discovered last week by prospective 30, 1987 at the Agriculture Building on throughout Florida to infest portions of all use victa however controlling, it also controls the native
buyers who were interested in North 301 in Starke. 67 Florida counties. Resistance to the IFA fire ant; Solenopsis Geminata, and has the
j The sale will from 8:30 a.m. till 4:30 and the
purchasing the The leaky run invasion by natural predators following characteristics:
in the lot of the Agriculture for certain habitatsare
p.m. parking IFA's preference type
drums L4.y 1. It is slow acting. An important
to state
were reported
environi i
Building. Prices are $4 per pound in one important factors in the time characteristic of bait insecticides for the
ment officials by a doctor at Shands pound bags with still cheaper prices for necessary for the establishment of IFA 'IFA is that they are slow acting. A fast acting
Hospital who treated one of the men j quantities of 25 pounds or more. populations on a given piece of land. insecticide will kill the individual ants
who was apparently overcome by fumes The Imported Fire Ant is a nuisance to Populations in old infested areas may that it contacts, but the colony escapes.
man. The ant damages some crops; it can range from no colonies to over 100 per
abandoned shed. Treated colonies be to show
when he entered the
I may
interfere with cultivation and harvestingof acre, averaging less than 20 colonies per
in few however
a days; completekill
official many crops; it is a threat to man'shealth acre.
Although an report on con-
take to 2 months.
may up
tents of the metal drums has not I, and may injure maim or kill The Florida Department of Agricultureand There is residual. To
yet r ira 3l domesticated animals and wildlife. Consumer Services, Division of Plant 2. no prevent possible
been made public, Union County Civil a' The IFA was first discovered in Florida Industry, and the USDA, APHIS, have environmental damage, Amdro is
Defense Director Jerry Wilson said the 41aA K near Pensacola in 1948. During the in- entered into a cooperative program designed to break down( upon exposure to
sunlight for approximately 12 hours.
chemical compounds apparently included -
things like pesticides and paint thin- 3. It can become rancid.Amdro contains

ner, which are highly flammable. The Forestry in Bradford County soybean tractant.oil Soybean, which oil is used may as become a feeding rancid at-
Shed Shelters Toxic Wastea
containers had been stored so long that under moist conditions, and IFA will not
they were very rusty, causing concern central location for collection and feed on rancid bait. For this reason, the
By David W.Norton
bait should be stored in a dry place in an
that the'toxic chemicals might have temporary storage of toxic waste Bradford County Forester
1200 container Under conditions
leaked into the nearby ground water materials while awaiting transfer to 24 airtight, the bait can be stored proper for 1 year or
supply. authorized disposal sites out of the 11 rOjq"N. F1o da'. Tbntow Plebe 1100 more.

State.A 20It' FOwLnd 1000 4. Treated areas can become reinfected.
The CD director said that one tank (=
The IFA is capable of flying 12 milesor
had crystals forming on it, identified as special effort should be made to 900. more. For this reason, reinfestation will
ether that had started oxidizing, mak- locate and report the toxic wastes now I* 800 occur regardless of treatment of neighboring -
ing it highly flammable and possiblyeven in storage throughout the area since the properties. As previously stated, Am

prone to explode. He said the site is amnesty period, during which the State 14II Where Did The iii '. 'I" 700 dro present has no registered residual effect.IFA As control with all insecticides the

very dangerous and people should not will do the clean-up and provide 600 when used as directed, remfesta
go near it. transportation to official disposal sites, 10 Woodlands Go? 500 tion of a treated property may occur
within a few weeks. Thus one must expectto
will this fall. the
expire amnesty
A Gainesville developer who is the 40O retreat as needed to maintain the
trustee of the 47-acre farm, said that a period, the expense of this clean-up and desired level of control.
disposal will be paid for out of the State aIdl 300 Amdro
man, who he would not identify, leased a Directions for application of to
the several inten- "superfund" established for this pur- 4' arr+' 300 your area will be given at the time of the
property years ago, sale. Call me at 9644280, Ext. 209 if you
ding to use it as a storage site for pose. 2 100 have or want more informationon
chemical wastes, but could not obtain The discovery in Union County is just ,m _. .____. ..._ __ .__.__. -- the questions Imported Fire Ant, or on the bait

financing to carry out the project. the latest in water contamination in- .,u.---.'1949 19M 19701980: -"1990 2OOO sale next Thursday, April 30.

cidents that have affected Alachua and
The forest about third of
Florida is losing its woodlands by ap- industry owns a
other counties in this North Central proximately 50,000 acres per year, and the forestland in Florida and in this county LettersRealtor
While it is for law enforce-
impossible Florida The Alachua Com- Individuals little less .f,( ,
area. County nearly half of those that remain are almost a half. own a
ment officers and environmental mission is already addressing the problem ,understocked. In fact, a survey completed than half of the land and governments ,
specialists to abandonedbarn reveals that (federal, state and local) own the re-
inspect every of finding a location for a transfer by the U.S.Forest Service just ,
shed, or other storage structuresin station in order to head off the disasterif 27 percent of the state's forestland is producing mainder.
wood With or without incentives, planting
at or near capacity.The
the area the incident near Wor- Urges PublicTo
its ground water supply should two factors together-fewer forested trees is a wise investment in the future.
thington Springs points up the need to be become contaminated.Until acres and lower productive woodlands- Presently about 70 percent of each year'spine Protest New Sales ;
constantly on the alert for discoveries of such locations are found and create a problem we landowners and growth is harvested annually. Forest Tax on Services ;
this nature, and the need for parents to made available to the public foresters must solve. To ensure the futureof economists nationwide predict that the Editor, Telegraph: :
inform their children of such dangers.It everyone one of Florida's largest industries and demands for wood and wood products will The sales tax on services to take effect :
should be on the lookout for such illegally one of its most important resources double by the year 2020, and we're predic- on July 1 is a new tax on Florida residents .:
also points up the need for stored hazardous wastes and report Umber productivity must be increased.It ting It will triple in Florida because of our Services were never before taxed and
establishing one or more toxic waste them to local officials or the DER. is estimated that at the turn of the cen- rapid population growth. Obviously, there would not be now had not the 1986
tury Florida had 26 million acres of fully- will be a strong market for trees planted Legislature passed this new tax on ser
stocked forestland. Today there are 15 today by the time they're old enough to vices.
million acres of forests but only 6.3 million harvest. Florida residents simply are not awareof
I Martinez Atom SmasherGovernor acres are fully stocked.Where Today forestry Is one of the largest industries the many very necessary things on
Seeking did the woodland got Cities, in the state,approaching$6 billion which they will be taxed after July 1 unless
highways, residential areas, airports, a year in net income. It touches the lives of this hasty law Is reversed by new legisla-
Martinez has delivered his blem, since few people would want to be tourist attractions, and a thousand other aU Floridians. And In addition to the tion.The
demands including agricultural uses are resource as a provider of products,it is absolutely Increase in the costs of a home both
billion dollar "smasher" in taxes on the living atop an constantly increasing in a fastgrowingstate. vital as a provider of clean water, at purchase and In higher mortgage
people of Florida in the form of a five Nineteen representatives voted Each year thousands of acres of air and for recreational pleasures. payments will make it virtually impossible
percent tax on services, and already against the expenditure of the $1.9 forests are harvested and the land is left Landowners and foresters must do for many Floridians, particularly young
million of this windfall idle to worthless brush. whatever it takes to sustain our forest first time home buyers, to own their own
plans to use $1.9 million last week, saying the State was grow
The decisions made today will homes.
((17 resources.
Since 1970 some 2 6 acres per-
in an effort to obtain a high-tech throwing away that much money. cent of the total commercial forest determine what kind of forests Florida will The median cost of an existing home in
smasher for Florida in the form of a In his rush to get the services tax acreage) has been harvested. Of the por- have for the next century, and Bradford Florida in 1986 was $71,700, up$4,400 from
superconducting supercollider to be tion that was owned by the forest industry, county will continue to play major role in 1985. Nationally,the median price of a new
buried in an oval-shaped tunnel in passed early in the Legislative Session, 51 percent was reforested after harvest,of growing that timber! home in January reached $100,700 for the
Martinez reversed the customary process Two of the most important findings of a first time in history.
the portion owned by individuals only 8
IF Florida it.
gets half
Nassau County more than of Florida's
of Florida's forests
recent were
of waiting to see what new funds percent was reforested. survey homesteads having total incomes of less
The $1.9 million will go to engineersfor were needed and then pass taxes to Growing trees takes time and more that commercial forestland in the state is than $35,000, it is apparent that an infla-
a hydrological and geological studyof meet the needs, rather than levy the forest landowners are electing to use their declining is while increasing.the demand The for graph timber shown products tionary service tax added on now will put
land for other purposes once they harvest homes out of the reach of vast numbers.
the 52-mile long tunnel for the atom- taxes first and then find to
spendthe had
ways the trees,others simply leave the land idle above shows that the state nearly 22 The Legislature acted
as they
smashing project which physicists hope money.In because they can't afford the cost of million acres of commercial forestland In did with the Unitary Tax, which was later
will be a vehicle for discovering "the the services tax preparing the land and replanting. The 1936 (solid line) while today the figure is repealed. I urge your readers to write or
building blocks of the universe." Soundsas commenting on Division of Forestry federal government down below 16 million acres and is ex- call their legislators and ask them to not
former Governor, now Senator, Bob pected to continue to decline in the future.At .
would make nice companion (through tax breaks and cost-shared tree make the same costly mistake all over
if it a
Graham, said "I always found it was planting) and the forest industry In the same time, just under 250 million again.
piece for President Reagan's Star better to lay out the needs and then Florida must continue incentives that cubic feet of timber (dotted line) was cut An ill-advised,unplannecfand regressive
Florida forests in 1936 and almost 600
Wars. would make it easier and more cost-
target additional taxes to meet those quick-fix new tax is not an answer toFlorida's
million cubic feet In 1980. This means that
This is
effective to trees. a major
State engineering officials say they specific needs." He added that "It of grow county forester's in the future Florida's forests must be bet- needs.La
part your H.Outlaw President
still don't know where in Nassau County seems we're now raising the money and responsibility-to tell landowners the ter managed in order to get more timber vent Bradford-Union, County
the tunnel would be placed. Finding a then we'll decide later what to spend it benefits of growing Umber and help them from less acreage-a big job for any and Board of Realtors
unstable location might present a pro- on." plant trees. every forester.


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Wedding Club News Social Events

Receptions Church News Births

Virginia Crawford Performs at U.D.C. LunchVirginia I

Crawford of Starke, the been discontinued but another Guests besides the speakers were
new Miss Jacksonville, performed medal, the Winnie V. Davis medal Mrs. Jean Crane of Gainesville,
Songs of the Confederacy at a Saturday will be given. Mrs. Louise Gallop and Mrs. Rae In-

April 18 luncheon of the W.T. Mrs. Weisgerber announced that gram of Keystone Heights, Mrs.
Weeks Chapter of the UDC, held in the Memorial Service will be held Marcia Lee, Mrs. Virginia Darby,
the Bradford Restaurant. Miss Carlisle Mrs. Diane
Audrey ,
May 16 with a picnic at the home of
I ///t Miss Crawford sang "Daughtersof Mrs. Weisgerber at Keystone Roswell of Starke and Mrs. Emma
I the U.D.C." to open the program. Heights. Jean Campeljohn of Miami.
'br rffyc Music arrangements and accom-
paniment was by Mrs. Mona
Canova. Miss Crawford had Interesting
comments to make concerning
each song and the author and
concluded with "Dixie", inviting the
v group to join with her in singing it.

Easter Visitor.. Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, president -
presided over the meeting and
The pre-school students at Head Start In Starke had a you eat carrots?" The Bunny wouldn't talk but nodded introduced Florida Division U.D.C.
furry white visitor last week -the Easter Bunny with 'yes'. "Do you eat salads" they asked, and the Bunny president, Mrs. Harvey Clark of
baskets full of gifts for the children. nodded 'yes'. "How about meatloaf"No-way"nodd- Jacksonville. Mrs. Clark addressedthe
The kids asked' the Bunny what he ate saying "Do ed the Bunny. goup on arousing interest among -

young people for our organizationand
to organize chapters of the

Tina Bowen Honored at Bridal ShowersTina whenever Children possible of the as Confederacy we must keep

our children informed of their

Bowen,April 25 bride-elect of linen cloth. It was centered with an Tina Bowen, bride-elect of Guy Southern heritage. It was the War
of azaleas. Silver candle Wayne Parrish, was honored with a Between the States and not a Civil
Guy Wayne Parrish, was honored at arrangement
a bridal shower Wednesday night, holders held white candles. The lingerie/bridal shower given by War as is so often mentioned. The
Andrews and Kelli Carver at war was fought for States Rights,
April 15, at the home of Mrs Joe white iced shower cake was Terry
Gissy in Starke. decorated with miniature rosebuds. the home of Mr. & Mrs. J.T. Carverin the right for each state to make their
own decisions and not to take over
served from April
Miss Bowen was presented with a Fruit punch was a

yellow lilly corsage. Among honored and crystal nuts bowl.were Snack also served.foods, candies Decorations done with and a spring refreshmentswere theme in another As Southern government Cross of Honor Shown:rVontalce'f ROTHSCHILD.Imperial Baroque Formal China
guests were her mother, Mrs. Jim-
my Bowen; her grandmother, Mrs. Arrangements of azaleas and mind. A basket containing gifts was general chairman,Mrs.Clark told of HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY WORKS FOR YOU-
bride-elect from the the search being made for remaining
Wallace Solano; Mrs. Guy Parrish, other fresh flowers decorated the presented to the any
mother of the future groom; Mrs. home. The gift table was covered hostesses. medals which were Over the years we've found our Bridal Registry Service to be
Mildred Hammond, grandmother of with a linen cloth edged with lace. Special guests included Mrs. Jim- presented to Confederate veterans one of the most appreciated of all the services that we offer to
the groom-elect Hostessess for the occasion were my Bowen, mother of the bride, and So many were buried with the our customers. It makes it easy for you to select the perfect

Mrs. Bowen kept the gift list for Mrs. Giddy, Mrs. Michael Gilhooly, Mrs. Wayne Parrish, mother of the found.soldier She that hardly any in are to be wedding or shower gift because you know it's exactly what the
her daughter.The Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs. Francis fiance. requested help locating prospective bride is looking for.
refreshment table was Meng. They presented Miss Bowen Tina and Guy plan to be married these medals. The Jefferson Davis
covered with a lace edged white with a piece of her chosen china. April 25. medal which was given to a U.D.C. The engaged couple register their preferences In china, crystal,
member. for outstandingservice has flatware and giftware.We record this and update the list as gifts

Church News. r are purchased, to avoid duplications.
Hours 9:30-5:30: M-F
9:30-4:00: Sat. J 0 An n s Visit us the next time you're shopping for wedding orshower,
Lawtey Ch. of Christ The well children refreshments.enjoyed hunting Prizes were eggsas 50*W.Call Street gifts.We'll help you select the gift the bride really wants.We'll
as ((901)96A) -B5A7 fi gift-wrap it.We'll ship it.And the service is free!
found in A Gift
Plans Gospel MeetingBro. awarded for the most eggs Speciality Shop
each age group and every child at-
Carl Taylor from Chat tending received a gift to take home. in
Couples currently our registry:
tanooga, TN is scheduled to be the
keynote speaker at a gospel meeting Breakfast to Raise Attention All Bosses:

Lawtey planned Church for April of Christ.26 thru May 1 at Money for Camp We have the perfect gift for YOUR secretary! Tina Bowen and Guy Wayne Parrish Bridget Skeen and Robert Underhill

The meetings are planned for 7:30: For Lawtey YouthThe Brides-to-be: Register with us and receive a free gift. Presently Carole Hardin. and Alan Montgomery Melissa Winkle and Steve Stringer

p.m. Monday thru Friday. After youth of Grace United registered: Carol Hardin -Alan MontgomeryTina Margaret Smith and Brian John Latorla Herring and Darryl Haile
morning service Sunday, Apr. 25,
the church will be serving dinner at Methodist Church of Lawtey have Bowen Guy Wayne Parrish
Lawtey Elementary School set a breakfast Sunday, May 3 to
cafeteria at 1:30: Evening worship raise funds to attend camp. Check out our After Easter Sale
p.m. Leila's &
Breakfast will be served from 7:30: itemsWe'Appretaate'Yolrr'Pafonagel Dress Gift Shop
I will. ,begin...at.. 3:00: p.m.'" ...... ., a om.'to 9:00 a.m. > ". Big savings on many "" .' '}'!
Monday-Saturday 9:30 5.30
: am :
Free Cannon Church' The menu is: scrambled eggs, 'clIr: pm IflT

bacon, grits or hashbrowns, toast
To Hold Fund
Raiser and coffee (chocolate milk for A -
Fish sandwiches will be on sale at children), The price is $2 adults and
the Free Cannon True Church of God $1.50 for children.All .
in Unity Saturday, Apr. 25. The proceeds will go towards attending -
church is located at the corner of summer youth camp. GEORGEROBERTS
Oak & Ida Streets.Later the sale will
move to the corner of Pine St. and June Flea MarketSet

Brownlee St. at St. Marks INSURANCEComplete
Fish sandwiches will be $1.75 and
made for a flea marketto
Plans were
drinks 50 cents.Missionaries
be held in June on the church Insurance Service
to SpeakAt grouAds at the meeting of the YOUR n4PpendentInSuronte

Bradford Baptist Women of St. Mark's Wednesday, AGENT
April 15.
Rev. Tim Sisk and his family, mis- t"'r
sionaries to Japan, plan to speak at of Raiford PHONE QUOTES "viU
Church 1st Baptist
Bradford Baptist Sunday
Apr. 26. Rev. Sisk plans to talk anashow Plans HomecomingThe WELCOME ,
slides of their work in Japan.
He is the son of Dr. Don Sisk, director First Baptist Church of GEORGE ROBERTS SCOTT ROBERTS ...
of Baptist International Missions Raiford will observe Homecomingon AGENT AGENT AUTO HEALTH LIFE

Inc. in Chattanooga, TN. Sunday, April 26, with former '.
All are invited to hear Rev. Sisk pastor, Rev, Johnny Gilbert, to be HOME BUSINESS
speak at the church, located at the the speaker at the morning service. Representing These Fine Companies:

railroad tracks on 100A (Griffis "The Believers" will sing at the MOBILE HOMESAHSIaIa
Loop)I. morning service and in the after .
noon.One of this group is Giles Tom-
Methodist Youth pkins, a native of Raiford. MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT
Sponsor Egg Hunt Schedule for the day is as follows:
Sunday School, 10 A.M.; Morning .
The Youth of the Grace United Service, 11 A.M.; Lunch, 1 P.M. and W.
Methodist Church of Lawtey were P.M.
host to 63 guests at an Easter egg Everyone is cordially invited. 964-7826
.hunt Sat., Apr. 18 ,-




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PaRe SA TELEGRAPH April 23.1981

Starke Elementary News SpeciaArri.vals

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The following is a list of students Chandler Carrie Crawford, James Denton Amy Parrish, Jennifer Daniel Aaron Johns Maternal grandparents are Mr. *, Monica Denise Starling
that made all A's or honor roll at Hankerson, Angela Hilliard, Sarlka Shadd Alyson Dugdale, Jeffery Jim& Yvonne Johns oT Starke announce Mrs. Bernard Jacobean of Starke. Angelia Starling of Starke announces -
Starke Elementary School for the Patel, Amanda Welch, Shannon Evans,David Stegall, Wendy Thorn the birth of their son Daniel Great-grandmother is Lorinda the birth of her daughter
fourth six weeks grading period Wood, Jason Thompson, RhiannonBott ton, Fallna Yott, rystal Greer. Aaron, born April 7. 1987 in Jacobsen of Starke. Monica Denise born April 18.1987 in
Kindergarten has E for Excellent. and Bobbi Jo Pike Dana Newsome Smita Patel and Gainesville. Daniel joins two Gainesville. Monica Joins a sister
Candice Norman. brothers. Michael age 4 and Paternal grandparents are Mr. &: Tonya Marie 2 yrs.old.
Kindergarten All E's: Honor Roll: Jonathan age 2.
Mrs. H.E. Barnett of Starke. Maternal grandparents are F.R. &:
Brian Kelly, Gristle Gotts, Will Shaun Burgin, Erin Hamilton Honor Roll: Maternal grandparents: are Larry Rosa Starling of Starke.
Hartley Demetrius Drivas Bran Julie Haston Chris Crawford Kevin Chris Wall, Candy Sluchak, Ronnie & Janis Richmond of Michigan. Kenneth Jackson Warren

don Prevatt, Stephanie Clemons, Green, Darrus Highland West Reagan, Jeremy Hildebrand Great-grandparents Irene Richmond also are of Martin & Barry and Tammy Warren: of Benjamin Lee Whitten
Tina Padgett, Melissa Pusateri, Milner, Amanda Bakken Cheri Kim Goodwin Lasherio Ford Dawn Michigan.
Morgan Fill, Jason Hutcheson, Hilliard, Rhonda Williams, Lindsay Ferguson Tracl Crawford. Midi Paternal grandparents are 111* Starke announce the btnn ol their Herbert & Robin Whitten of
Aaron Chism Nancy Hildebrand, Woodfin, MoLissa Morris Kevin Helvie, Justin Edwards,Joe Felton Pat Johns of Lake Butler. son Kenneth Jackson born March Raiford announce the birth of their
Kristen Wainwright, Hope Paterson, Parker, Jason Ray, Jerry Manning, Brian Wynn, LaTonya Cowart 30, 1987 at Fort Stewart. GA. son. Benjamin Lee born April 6,
Macy Stephens, Jason Prevatt, Michael Cruce, Misty Padgett,Gret- Dorothy Craven, Sally Goins, Char- weighing Ibs., 9 at*., and was 20" 1987 in Gainesville.Benjamin joins a
Haley Goza, Shelly Karczewski, chen Wilkinson, Amy Helvie and mil Spooner, Toika Strong Latrissia Nicole Coralyn Barnett long. brother,Jason, 11 yrs. old.

Joseph Collins. Jenna Bryam, Heather Plummer. Williams Miriam DeSue Amy James and Cheryl Barnett announce Maternal grandparents are Ken- Maternal grandparents are Daniel
Elizabeth Backus, T.R. Meier Johns, Alphonso Robinson, Shawn the birth of their daughter neth&:Sheila Kay Padgett of Starke. Hall &: Doris New of Malone. FL.
Tasha Bennett, Jessica Baldree andErin 3rd Grade All A's: Gibbs, Stephanie Sellers, Jonathan Nicole Coralyn born April 10, 1987.
Luke. Heather Williams, Kesha Wilkes, Smith, Darrin Young and Kelly at home delivered by the father. Paternal grandparents are latexHerbe grandparents are the
Angela Griffis, Melissa Mcl.'od, Thornton. Nicole joins a brother Bubba and Jackson: Betty Warren of Starke. ft Laurie Whtten of
1st Grade All A's: Christy Paulk Craig Su -i.ug, sister. SallyAnne. Raiford.

Renae Morgan Carrie Thompson, Lakeisha L. Austin, Tonya L Bates,
James Smith, Emily Wheeler,Casey Renee Clemons and Missy Hammond
Moore Rhoshaunda Hines, Club NewsDuplicate lustrating the history of the orchestra -* yearly in recognition of National
Adrienne Padgett Andy Brown, from 1400 to the present. ,.Music Week. Students and teachers
Sekennia Bell, Matt Pusateri, Bran- Honor Roll: Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas in Lake The following new officers were in the Junior Music Club will play in-
dl Jones,Dipti Patel,Kelli Williams, Christie Dixon, Annette Thornton, Bridge ResultsThe Butler where a delicious luncheon elected: President Mrs. Vera concert.
Kim Michaels, Chris Kinney, Vicki Annice Williams, Jill Lemr, Jason following results are from the was enjoyed by all present. Clyatt; Vice President,Mrs.Elouise
DeSue, Chris Cox, Crystal Melvin O'Hara, Teri Laney Christina April 7 game: Ramsey; Secretary, Mrs. Dene Class of 1967
and Stacy Easton. Cowart, Kimberly Register, 1st Place NS Jack & Louise S.W.The program Reaves was District directed by Music Mrs. Jo Ward Douglas.; and Treasurer, Mrs. Mamie Hunting Classmates
Christine Jamie Burnette.EW
Newsome Gotts, '
Honor Roll: Kenneth Wainwright, Yemeako Charlie Riddle Lora Fran Festival Chairman from The Music Club will sponsor a If you have any information on
Dee Ivory Clay, Keisha Hampton, Fountain, Lisa Johns Michael Gainesville. She' started with a "funtime" bake sale on Saturday. April 25 in graduates of the BBS class of 1967.
Angel Hunsinger, Nicholas Mixson, Pusateri, Jessica R. Atwood, Kristy cis.2nd Place NS Ida Shaw Ruth giving a cello, viola aixf two Brooker at Green's Store from 9 please call 964-5541 evenings or
Michael Wright, Heather Jarvis, L Larsen, Temika Berry Wendy Merlie. violins to some of those present aU A.M.til. ,_ 964-8061, 496-3291. You may also
Kimberly Padgett, Ryan Faulkner, Crews, Kelly Green, Amanda Lee, EW Allene Brew Yvonne of whom had never played strings. The Sunday Afternoon Musical write P.O. Box 1065, Starke FL
Jeremiah Hamilton Aaron Larsen, Tasha Roddey and Lisa Bailey. Riechmann. She taught these adult beginnerswith will be held on May 3rd at the 32091.
Michael Porchiazzo, Christopher the assistance of Mrs. Ekmise Fellowship Baptist Church in Addresses phone numbers etc.,
Bott Travis Crew, Ashley Harden 4th Grade All A's: Ramsey at the piano. Raiford at 2:30 P.M. This is held_ are needed on all graduates.
Others at the time and
Stephanie Mntiyasic Ashley Moorp. Cassandra Jarvis, Christy Jones, Riverland Music Club fun was had by all.proper Then for the
Jeffery Sellers.Celena DeSue Nikki Robbie Bassett, Donald Hardy and Enjoys String ProgramThe more formal program "The Sym- A 6
Gulley, Traye Crosby, David Julie Walker. phony Orchestra and How it Grew"
McNelley, Angie Davis Tiffany Riverland Music Club met was ably given by Mrs.Reaves with
Thursday, April 9th at the home of
Ratliff, Ginnie Campbell, VaShaun Honor Roll: the use of charts and, tapes II-
Tyson, Vanessa Norman, Mechelle Erin Rodgers, Patrick Harding,
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Bradley, Brad Chapman, Jonathan da Dixon, Alicia Luther Amber
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Moss, Charlie Norman, Derrick Roberts, Guinnevere Adams, Jeff
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Annie Brewer, Cardelia DeSue, April Gas ins. Sarah, Groves. Beth
Heather Faulkner, Tina Johnson, Poulan Super 25
Modesitt. Erin Stansell and SPECIAL
Lanecia Williams and Sarah Pergina with 16" bar
Branham. Tyson.
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Bradford High: Set to Host District 53-A Track Meet Today

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The District 5-3A track meet, at for 5:30 p.m. me Pole Vault is set The BUS 440 relay team Jackie dash Mast liras. d'lismiitt.l0ilh ... 13 iMgfcftMBdEn oaTlS lUt. HOI Relay Girls GUS, 4:01: ; :
which athletes qualify for the state for 6 p.m.All running finals begin at Davis,Kim Hampton,Angle Cohens, aa elttate __ f tote S8n'CIIeJD a.elsmi. mttiavmmtmmaaaXXmrCmv. d QiJS liloys-orffi. :26.RSbot
meet is set today (Thursday, April 7:30: p.m. and Tern! Kitties,should paoe. d/ .-...tEa a1IIIIIt.a tme.I.asesees. Pt.d::Gina.SnowNM.33'11".
23) on the Bradford track.In Kim Adams and Felicia Davis: Itbe... ...6k.s.. .....t_ia.BlISSc.r ;! _* Pope ES,.SSTT.
numbers of athletes the district BUS Girls Chances... should puce in the 440 yard dash. 'De BBS..n I!!'tYa.et tsf t7sseF : ..r IIUIIL 1I1PI'-.v. EHseuK Girls-Unissa King,BHS
will be a much bigger event than the The BHS girls have a chance to be Angie Cohens has a chance .. StnII&. !eaa1slsyhi 3emIY-,, Z rBtya ......_ lie UL5i.1 at BJV;;;-*Pope ES: ,164'.
recent BHS invitation because of the in the battle for runner-up. place in the 330 yard hurdle ,sad axis L9drlitsstid: ____ aJta'PII;,.....aaEaAApaaisl. Bigtt Jumpe' : Girls-Saunders OF.
limit of four athletes per event per Gainesville High Is the favored to In the 880 yard run Lori Sapp and 'De BBSIIDAe..4IIIf-.sk .....1Ia1.1IIIiir JfW;;;Boy-Harris,OV.rv.
school. Seven schools Bradford win. Vanguard, BHS Forest and Christie Harrell have an opportunityto MarBbaH.TrumSape.Carm mlarlsij, l 4.ItIsR.. cB'5:5M : \, Loaf Jtampc Glrto- Hill. OV. ,
High Gainesville Eastslde Ocala Eastslde will battle for runner-up place. aDd Bal4attTi-reetlsdid; pBsettaIIiiaosli : ;.... lt.01:4t2sfi3'a.41 JlL'ri 1;'T;;;BoysHarris*OV,23' /' .
Forest, Gainesville High Lake honors, predicts Coach George Ramona Tennant has a chance. J/mllisas/ frs a tC-tl- ...--.,::C dE:QI$.9R ..,s triple JUmp:: Boys- Milton? OF,
Weir North Marion and Ocala Loper. place in the two mile run. Ii'llIIbe lICit.....1IIIIc .. "' "'.
Vanguard,are in the meet. The BHS mile relay team of and triple JIIIIIP. 8a it ...oIIIIIIIt:s aid.1- CIII!3.302;
Only BHS participant seeded Christie Harrell, Lori Sapp, Kim m.rlasne mikaas!liar a__.Ik_ g 4tltLwelYeeW1 Pbto Vault:Boys-Chen,ES.ll',".
Coach Loper and his helpers will number one Is sophomore Unissa Adams, and Felicia Davis should siring 4isU and j jss JYeae'lit :DIt is laur.rl IIbnIIIs:
be running the district meet. King who has the best discus throwin place. watt and. sec, ays c.dI: Gwr. Ci. So.OerR. '. 47th; -s- After toe District.
Starting tints the district at 105 feet. King is ...... ----OL The first four finishers in each
ranked second in the shot with a OF Boys Favored-. _T.-t-. Gsih-dsialetG85.: vent at district qualify for the
Field events: Long Jump 3 p.m., throw of 33'1" coming into the Ocala Forest is favored to win the Top 1"bL.---- 2::>4 l .6i>si,-=s. Region MA. meet next Florida .
Discus 4 p.m., Shot put 4:30 p.m.. district. boys district test, with Gainesville Been patL. asas IIIIIe dsamiet 2alfasossltic GSrfaElio.. or. April X*.at the University of
The running preliminaries the high Two BHS runners, sophomore Eastside expected to be runner-cqj. -m&.IIIIe tt>slhad>itetR-= ; -...- ciarey HMHEtBL.. iiinra. feaclk.
hurdles 100-meters, 440 relay, and Chrissie Harrell and freshman Top BHS entry is dash man Carry Gads ID T' JI k BIIIaI iiestAthsmUt :: :sar The top four at region advance to
440 dash, 330 hurdles and 220 dash Ramona Tennant should place In Roberts who has the top times lathe ES. ]6''GIG; 1BgrsLthiS.. fir at: GeITawitii4.. tie state championships set Friday
start at 5 p.m. The High Jump Is set the mile run. '00 meters. 220 yard dash and 440. o v--.Ian.....___... ra-=___ iOV.IStevEMlcf May.at Winter Park

I Tornado Tennis Teams Exceed Expections District: Tourney I

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By Mark Frledlln exceptional regular season and then Sherry Ross took her undefeated Hatty 3MeiiflKaD_t t sr ieY'IIt d' PafwO.ii.., MiIn
BCT Staff Writer exceeded our expectations in the record into the court three competition Erie Vas ie of P&1 dia; 14, H_ 6Z s. >dr----1 smd d adID. doubles the' Brown brothers
The Bradford High School tennis tournament with a great effort as the number one seed, and court iiue.b utafese 1IIiIiaC.Aadinr made. it all the way to semi's after
squad did much better than ex- against some very tough teams." beat Wendy McLain of Middieburg A fhb.c. IIIa.f SilrJl rfeRIs IlaslP1&44. its f112e.......... tattmg a big upset over Johansson
pected in the district tennis tourna- For the ladies: senior Maria easily in the second round of action Poa1dIa; 14, H is aem4. -t.si fm Bhee" .!.. lent i men m treglYt. and Meyers of tee High by a IH,6-2
ment last week which featured ten Thomas got a bye on court one then 6161.Ross then fell to Wendy Dees g.- .T.IIe sIts tba.aerltcs e cIiIIIR.aa! Attm. Kym f4 __.They then lost in the semi's
teams. gave Lori Johns of Suwanee all she of Suwanee in a close, 5-7. 4-tt, M Irl.gJrvet.at. sltt>Save Ibffiirc 4'4141 ea Z4K. 2to. the second-seeded team
The BHS boys finished with eight wanted and more before falling 3-6 decision in the third round. 1811t1'iIr IIIae: fse5'et saw Wnewa salt a ..watdtsresalaesattlie= from SB.Agus tine.On : .
total points and in sole position of 7-5. 3-6 in the second round. Sough thaw'ee I idkJEiimlliSlllllaIIiIIIIII.Ia : court two Chris Noegel and
fourth place in the final standings.The "Johns beat her badly the two Jackie Nguyen was alas steed JI1IIcar J56.I'mIt __mtih! VQBaa F lady netters finished in a tie for times they played before" Coach undefeated in the the regular season tssmd. a.- ....>Y.e swde8ea r""''If J-*HI...ML semfs! with a W..6-2 victory over the
fourth with nine points. McGriff said. "This time she was and was seeded second m the court >ted4Kt,1&On ,Pala.-tk't "tt I to. team from Lee before! falling in a
"We had hoped to finish determined to play her close and she four competition. Nguyen defeated CWJd ..... JlAwwva ..... d----. 141. big three setter75..4-6. -
somewhere in the top five so we are did. Johns was very worried after Kim Odum of Suwanee in a thriller: --
very pleased with the results"com- Maria took that second set." 6-4, 7-6 (7-3 in the tiebreaker) before
mented BHS Head Tennis Coach On court two, Kim Sapp fell to falling to Colleen Reiser of Bishop
Jerry McGriff. "These two teams number two seed lim Leibfried 1-6, Kenny in another close match 44,
fought hard all season. They had an 2-6 in the second round. 5-7.

f.mss,--y NOTICEThe

Bradford Golf Squad I DON'S DeporimraenA cff Transportaltfiari carmaunces> a public hearing for the

I S Refrigeration J JI purpose of affording initeteagftsd perms an opportunity to express their

views eonc niahcg fmneafibnolt dfcasiffSctitiiofi: of all public roads within

Prepares for Tourney j Air Conditioning j' OfOotocro Counnrtty. Tftlerrlte!''! ,> !!FiaagwilllbeheldintheCarnmissianer'sRoomat

.. I Service & Repair the Bradford Counrn1IyCcur6cusecn> May 12. V
BHS golfers, 12-3-1, head to the 40, and Mark Murray shot 42 in the ] of[the agenda and SI.'i- porl6rag:! dSoojarcvertfis will be avaitabFe for viewing

Thursday District ,4-3A April 30 Tournament,at the Palm next Harbor Palatka match. I at [the above looatfitoo: se eni. days prior to the! hearing and at the DOT

Country Club at Palm Coast in Orange Park 157 BUS 162 1 1782-39291 i District Office: on Sou::: *JWaricn Street in Lake Cry. Florida. Department

Flagler It will County.be an 18-hole tournament. BHS gofers last got Thursday a big win April over the 16, i I personnel willl eflso be onmiifcbfe: to provide' assistance at the hearing

Middieburg Palatka, Orange Park when the Raiders beat BHS 157173at site: one-half! hour prior flto Jibe he zing.
St.Augustine and BHS each have a the Willow Lakes golf
course near
good chance to win the district test if Orange Park. : COMMERCIAL J Additional; iaufminmiTiui'JicoiJceatiiiffiig:: : this hearing: can be obtained from

they have a good day. "It just Hal Wood led BHS with a 37. Ed | Warren D. JWIodLanenu: .. IXaSncXFtsaaming; Manager Florida Department ofTranspartcftianu .
depends on who has a good day" Douglas shot 40,David Elder shot 42, I & DOMESTIC J ,
Coach Mike Sexton says. and Chris Simmons shot 43. Boss Office: Box: 1C89, Lafce Gty Florida 32056-1089;
It'll take a 324 or 325 to win the BHS played fairly well. A couple Ice Machines J telephone f9Q4)752-330QL
district match Coach Sexton BHS golfers had a couple of bad I
predicts. OP shot a 163 at Palm holes they couldn't overcome. OP Auto & Home AC j

Coast a couple weeks ago. Double had a 38 38, 40, 41, putting togetherfour 24 Hour Service I II
that score for 18 holes and you've gota pretty good rounds. I
326, Sexton points out. SA has
played that course several times he STARKECHURCH

says.BHS is gearing up for the tournament OF GOD Reconditioned j OmAN WELLSCHEVROLET
I !
hoping to have a good days 422'N. St. flair 964-5445 WasherSjjJJryjers: '
t>and.play Coach well' Sexton,and come says.a way a winner -'- 'Walter F, Montz, PastorWe &RefrigeratorsI' J I II II II OLDSMOBILE

OP and St.Augustine have really Invite you to worship with us. 1.
been developing some depth in their Attended Nursery
four and five positions.Coach Sextonis Sunday School .. 10 am 30 Day WarrantyHwy. J
concerned that BHS hasn't had a Morning Worship ". 11 am
number four golf to really take Evening Service ,., , .. I pm I 125 West Lawtey JI
charge.Four or five BHS plays have Wednesday Youth ....... .. 7:30 pm I I __ _J I $ 'nnnooup
been taking turns as the number -
four man. A team needs four con-
sisteznt players to win the district to
Sexton ooints out.
Today(Thursday April 23)BHS is -
going to Palm Coast to play a Off on Selected Demos
regular season match. The teams
will play 18 holes in a tune-up for the
district. aunBiteSize
Next Tuesday, April 28, BHS -
travels to St.Augustine fo the final
regular season match. '
Next Thursday the Tornaodes go -
back to Palm Coast for the districk :

match. I I .. ,
--CW Stet Sport Blazer
BIIS 157 Palatka 173
Hal Wood's led BHS 157-173 past
Palatka on the Starke Golf &: Coun-
try Club course Tuesday, April 21.
David Elder shot 38,Bill Hamilton l
I Shrimp I

Deanna L. ,

Randall R. CrawfordTo wwrs.cabts7e-I.. i.rUt!
eltt.nrtty 440.s.dIn
Wed April 25 I Dinner I

The wedding if Deanna Lynn
Gaskins and Randall Robert (full factory: warranty on oil Demos)
I Crawford will take place Saturday, Natural-cut
April fa, at IM p.m. at Evergreen Pepperoncini Fresh
Bap".t Church in Lawtey. French Fries /Cole Slaw
I $6 98 Bro. Sedan 19.306y.
F, AH mends and relatives are in- Hush Lemon Regency Ud
vited to attend this joyous occasion
with Deanna and Randall.A Puppies Wet e ....Laid Allowance 1.00000D.

reception will touuw in the
church fellowship hall in which Mr. ..... Allowance 7 1.000'
and MF J.B. Gaskins grand-
f' rRekt. 1.20000Pisc.
parents of the bride, will be __
': celebrating their 50th Wedding An-

:' niversary. 15,706

: Tina Marie Bowen $3.79 Price

Guy Wayne Parrish Spicy Cajun Seasoned Bite-Size Shrimp SN1151

'. To Wed April 25
*S.* Poniioc CiP -MPonfSoc. 86 GMC
;! All friends and relatives are in- SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY 8529
vited to attend the 4 p.m. wedding oft SiWerodq. loaded 1---4 2UID-alea e..a.tg1as. : I S-15 Pick Up
Tina M.Bowen and Guy W. Parrish, AllYouCanEatCountlyStyle
, to be held Saturday April 25.1967 at $3.99Dining $9899 57.as 546100 $549582GMC
Fish Dinner
i St. Edward's Catholic Church in
, Stnrk" Room Service: Only -
} A reception will follow- the Diesel ...PCo4i, Worroniy *
4 ceremony at the Starke Woman's eIID: r.--. 3 JMontfai, MifesOnAHUMd *
-3700 54195 'KuC3
School Menus _
! 'IWo Piece Fish Dinner $2.396fp

April 27-May 1
Bradford Elem.&Middle School rh
Mondays Hamburger on bun franca (Ha*,cote O ...

law..,......browni,. Beet.milk.rani,c'-1tIa,prden Wad I [

!,t w.appla....crlap.l.yi,hot FrIed nlla eblc.milk.....baked.......mlxadvcgotablaa ] CHEVRO1ET O..DSMOIILEG'va.372.
Mrawbarry iliortcaka, Manila. *
, : !honey milk .. seafood Na -
salad. Mtuc.
Taaraaayt Tuna on MWH.W. .:
1 macaroni*ehaaaa.pass bean,,...,-,milk. '1- -4622 ,

.Frid.,.manua Maruger'l wrlllan.Choice.by...DayTbtM ........'.Mb.,....
'1 at South*!*Elamanlary.
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Tornado JV Girls Softball Squad Finishes Regular: Season .at 8-3 )

The Bradford Qgh pt"s jasiorlhiE IiiIL Fsficn was 4lea-5 with a ..- game and beat Crystal River 26-1. In 3-for-S, hit home runs. Coretha Bath, Felicia Hankerson, Tonya 'says Coach Butler.

Y.USit7-- N_ 1iIr....... Woods was frfor-5 with the third game boat North Marion Daniels was 4-for-S with a home run. Johnson and Tangela Parrish. The It is the second year BBS bad a JV

welkllaw beaRea Caioee.e taw BEdirrr Daoa Normaa was beat BUS H.TlIDgeJa Members of the BUS girls JV soft; Coach is Brenda Butler."I team.Eight of the JV girls men' op

Eastsade.: Orange: Park tanee Iftjddleborc. .....-gl,Artawa Wm mi was>Cor-3 Pittman hit three home ball team are: Felicia Aaron, Sarah think the JV is a real strong to tile vanity next year with taw

Santa Fe twice: aadGainesville willa s AoubL.. Goretba was for-2: runs for the day. Coretha Daniels Douglas, Shanda Woods Tangela team. If these girls stick together, years of experieo e. The JV team

High twice. .. ...1 and Kendra Butler also hit home Pittman Stacey Marshall, Dana by the time they get to the varsity really is a big help to the wanut}'. ,

BHS beat Saaca Fe u.7 Iweaday. The BHS girls fast N A&riI13 to runs. The BH3 pitcher RondaBryant Norman, Ronda Bryant Coretha pHS should: have a.real.good team.Watch, hays Coach Butter. I

April a.at the Edwards Road.cpJea .- IPorthl ___. NM led aQ tie way. ,pitched all three games and Dante JVrkCTa, Williams.. TrIcia
ill Starke.aan.a ra.a d5_ Taeda'ill was lie IaIdiDg played good defensive Softball says

Uar4 iabssnenm.Raq Xan .a.a.r far BBS. ........... isebdbix aNlpbe Coach Butler. i

shall lusntnnt. Fetcsa Raakrssos Fderailaekasaswas34lr4 Shanda Wood and Kendra Butler FLA.TWIN THEATRE I

was 34orwith a ctatUe.BHS w.Bi a tnpse. Febcia Aaron was also played very good defense, says Coiiiilng Soon j
bombed GUS M. lisodry :u.r4.. Coach Butler. Starke 964-5451

April 20. on the Vestal ria Park fidi BH5 are ia third place tm a rc- BHS went to Gainesville High and

la Starke. BBS t......i bet sj ythtl oat fanrsfiflBeBf.at Nsvlb Marion la won 17-4 April 10. Felicia Aaron) was *Open Every Night for Our )

scored eight ran.the beat fat ton came BHS lot W4L The S for-0. including two doubles. Dana ....-.--- ------- 1

and wet m to a 6Feiar.ws.1J Taraadoa cave back m the second Norman. and Felicia: Hankerson, n.oo SPECIAL,
| Sat. I. Sun. 3:00 Showing' GRAND OPENINGB I

L_J 2af.*.h.S!!L j s_J. --

I Hampton flutes Starts Frl.. April 24 & B FabricsFabrics


Visitors .. ad .... Emwy'Illaf Starke Mrs. LanyandLoriStae15th-Amanda Patterns Crafts '

Sirs. Bath *fi *IVi *js? St.MN. Pad. Jed Sam d JacfcmmQe. ToyeRxhard Townsend Tracy McCullough, Jennifer tI .

spent a few days receotfiAir welt "*Praia and tote Roberts Conner and Donald Roberts; & Much More! :

*iMlMrs. MedCardTMr. .slateOty. 1Kb Christina Broome Jason / ,
Sanderson and Tori Henry; 18th U.S. 301 ((1/2 Mile North of Starke)
and Mrs Charles triyvisaed Mr..ant lies.WaSaceCowere 1JIPOul
Michael Strickland and Rudy W
Ells Ire brr. ad ailiww-! pura or aer safer. Mrs.i
JMa.Gehnas of Gainesville Faster DeWaters; 19th Jennifer Darley; 9646651Owner
law. Mr. sad Mrs lied C1a If).. i nun tTM Na4
21st Renee Wynn and Kelly Lee
They all attended tosrldsr sprtogKniminlen OaTwbestbey slated Ili aaac, ; ..r.r.rr.w..ySCREEN
traiaiQgatr..a...... Js6oa Race at SI DCarrs. GA. Also 22nd-Kathy Griff is.

and Odiuda. ftIII IIC toJ Mr and Mrs. Tnerookcid 2

Among u..e ,, .. ...c EaIiaIr F-7. Ea.r er vide.IdJntia were llampton Elem. School MIL OIUON In -

with Mrs Louise _blwc WIS'e at fee avows of the Paid Meng Spring Barbecue LethalWeapon r Charles CunninghamSays

Ralph Betty Jo. Bandy and Ted sad Francis Meac over tbe Friday. May 1. tbe Annual Spring (!{J.
LjuuzfordofFrnandnarMrs.: : .eeAad Barbecue will be held at the school.

Clarice Aidrs 1liwftd Chicken, beans, slaw and beveragewill You're Invited to...
Wed. followingJacksonville tea sects is April BirtiMlavs served at the cost of$3 from

at the IMrs. kame d 1Ir. i lie Jerry Vadsworih. Jr.. and 7 p.m. Desserts will also be 301 DRIVE-IN Automotive DetailSpecialists

.Joel Smith wte---bV Wsielleleisey:2mI.S Young; available. Louis Marney again in

to Acapulco. Meaooa. Mrs. Adds ad-Tltsas sfoVflsVo Sco: gi9M;4tlkWywa charge of this PTO Project. Reopens May 1stLet

also vnoted her! L.-.......fast. EJIfIsa and Bambt Rbodra; _

Lty.Ur.andUrs.JoelSsuirh.Jr.aw4 5Ch-BilBy.....:Amy Oat. Bctte 527 E. Brownlee Road Slarke
month old Bradk)She e0jB d SIIII ..IMarKaaEstyUi'Knstad

dtwag and afieppeg walk otterfriends Fogsa a Demetnk Jenkins 7th- 964-4744

in tbe aesg56wtr.d Roy > swozw; Mh Menssa Kyle; iEEP OPEN: AAon.-Fri.! 8-6 Sat. 7:30-1
AmongthaoeiEaster --.errs.ilasaet QysbI I Witam and Henry Stewart; iiiii ----;::: -
Mr. sad Dks. ,ft ':f' -
Snoday WIS'e Ira Joseph Miner tatb Tanya Let Us -"". .
Calvin Richard: Ocala.Mrs.leasgrevt1Mra T DdI-MidladSlarlblg.P.u: .
Emory Preratt. Jr. /tmads ash Mildred Wunami;14Ch- INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING NOWI Wash and Hand Polish /-"

t' Let WARREN'S Your Car or Truck! :- f mil'

I Respite Care Service Offered I Heating & Air Conditioningservice o Shampoo

prepare you for hot humid Florida Spray Paint
Bespite Care .Bendseveral fiwan TIle ..ismteers rfftrt"F tom ban ,
members .f SL F.dvsds .hoe req eted order to I-r Yerdd..Gftpas..slladpn..t5 Summers! Body Repair Pin Striping"PRESALE

Parish wj*>have eaafltting .4 a ua.- We PREPARATIONPrivate
service all makes of
course far this type of are.. d -.

This is a ......---- -0- iwtsics air conditioners and heaters or Commercial

care gbig saamlab/le./ .pasae r.-e leferentias please all
eariaC to drea6ied err ddeflpersas Beer DtmnsJa at 94-7552 or Dolores 964-7230 Days 964.4799 Evenings We Will Clean and Polish Your Boat

.... C'-.t. lie 11ft shoosLegal Al elgat46Rut3.ti. ..
-- --

TW .ems and addresses of the Par.aaaJ Dudley. P.Hardy.".A. name wndar the aforesaid olatsa
....... "-fl...a ana) if,. Personal 1 1. 2. 3, and 4 of Block' ,. llv P.O. Draws 1070Stork. Dated this I Sth day of Apr*. AD..
... cat forth Ingston Truby and Company Subdlvl- ..Florida 3201 .
bprs.nLH.e's eP-nay Bradford -=-
1S7 In
lon ....... for Hi. East 20 foot of Lots 1
I Notices ...... (*04))04-8701 .I..n
for road of andiltuala
All hilansrad persons ara required taMa and 2 right way tying and Ilia tha original with tha Cleric of the J
.... Northeast of North
In -
with..1.Covrt.WITHIN THREE MONTHS quarter above styled. court an ar before May IS. ttfTCMTtOM I
_.. "uo".", Soctlan JS Township i
Of'THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Itl7 otherwise. a judgment .baentered
South. ...... 22 fail as rocerdod. In Plat TO
NOTICE:(I)all dais against tha estateaadi against you for tha rallal FICTITIOUS NAME
.. ...... blabs---. Slavs.1p. .. Soak 1. '''. 41 of Iho public record of
(2) any es.|ecMoo by Interestedthe demanded In the ,.tlfl_. Pursuant to Secttea .**.". MariaStatutes .
SwaVTASnOM aslie ................. ...---... ........... _tee ins ....11... lust 1,0410County.. Florida.< WITNESS my h.nd and th.sal I of said the baundarslgnad.
If tm ...... gin for..0... All growth and ..............h hall bo .ootlca hi hereby al.ee 1
... .. ..
*Fyi ....
-- .O h0-ena-. validity of tha will, Court an April 13. W7. .. Sandra .. Baa. P.O.. ...
.1..y c00000 D.w/.p..nt Y ........ ,--1foINI ............ .... .... .. -. removed from tha tttot all tree flaggod OILIEST S. CLERKByillndaLPaarca .
....... ...... .....MIP'IICs hall remain Intact vacant building on 1243 M............... Ft :320W. aaladoing -.
a.Muerta3u3ac0aincsaS _. _. ar (urfodlctioa of III.ct. bust. mdar the tlnsi re..4Whet' t
AID oiAin neat sn law ( J slung.11sww in ..viG lOW 11IO did hall .ba cl_.... AFTER tha Installation ass
.. lmV. ........ 6i. r iwp of a ..,,'.e........$ storage building. Deputy clack On T.V.. P.O. ... Mai. Middleburg. -
.... r .. ..... G.u..aoyD. a.At.-Acnarrs Me cosnnaTOPS Tha lite must hove all debris removed 4tchgS/7 Flo.. SZOfcS. Minis a..gktrr.n..U
.? 0no5. rjO. Baa 4I1.Ewr.v. from It prior to Pus acceptance by the City said fictitious i. ends -
a.-JIY aunAsci nsaowolrs ........ .. Mk NotIc. ha begunw .
rt.ii.. nun, bond. .. tb.Iawly ....... .
Y' ........_....4. AprH 23. 187. -lids, will'" racalvad on Monday.. May IN THI CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Dated this lath dry .. AprJI.IS7 ASJ.
CowGa torn ANY EMPIOTEE anon
1517,1 PM. .. ... ..- THo.Irlni.Tih. =. Amoy lor Personal Representative P.A.! 4. IS7, 2:00 P.M.. 1011... Call Street.Starke JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR to Bradford County.
-.-. .... ..., 4. IBF. .. Cewn..ltyr Florida 3201. Bid. must .ba In BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA. 4/UatpdS/T.
CJIItr Ewry ".0.0.-.40 .
.... ...... ...y.lnp.'SEAtn aalod _. WIG CASE NO.. "'-CAIN
-- __ pry O/Rs s-_ ..".. 5......Florida 3201 .Iop.1"5 REt Tha of
fOil SETtlC TAMU TO I_ cr.- Claaranco Program". The bid must .botubmlttod Adoption
a w6.e w wd r I ..... TW Cap ..1Oak 04/o4-S273 NOTICE OF MTEMTION
MAY 4.150-. ........ < "' If BVs Darla J.Chrhleph.rP.r.fe.l In lump sum but.broken down TO aEGlS1D
It...... I" -_.. --p--- --- aawiglrrTOppw1..ay I. .......-. a*follow BIO ON CLEARANCE OF 3 VACANT minor.NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME
b. r .. C-- t BID ON OF
gwrp .
or pidad LOTS
Ir231hagIFOIKEOPst1r110N I.pres.st.Hv.sorb. .. Sidle.15.45.. .
_' _-r .... fats./. WITH VACANT TOt JOANNI PARRAMORS BAKER Pursuant
vastly D ., CIEARANCI OF 1 LOT
S. Ifcatwtie
Leigh RESIDENCI UNKNOWN Statutes. notice- ts haraby gl aa
.. y.-- Ike fti....
t0at01 I .
..... ... .. ... .-.1.10.213 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for undersigned. .,David N.Walsnerigh -D.
.wasp.. .- -- TOTAl LUMP SUM BIDl .
Florida 12422 .... .
Brook **
H 3201.
tha adoption of a minor. child .... boon Bo. *w. Starka. a-
Is44 paa..aa.dgimr,r.r w "' total of tha 2 above. Ono
( price*)
to IEI siew "/23 IK'ha 4/30 filed. and. ta doing. business smdar the Hras a -edCounty
you are required servo a
seal-g TaiaTILcasTiaclots contract will ba awarded this project.
NOal01n1AatEFtw.r of .I"...... H Line Nursery S tsndscaye. P O.
wrlttan .
ivaaG. Bori hpwI3 ... ...... Ftah1.ion Th.City,stains the right ta reject) any or copy your any, an
ar S Johnny .. Hobbs. Jr.. Box *... s....... H 330 l. sataxda *aregister
an a3l1' 110 riOwa Pa00r .....-...- ill>..li, ",.. ....tM NOTICE all bid.*. whoso address. I.position..1tornay ".0. Drawer sold IcthSaa siama ...... ....
OF MM. *awS Alp C0r0AIAri that Far further Information ,1_.. can-
Jd0IGw A. u fJO.tm. NOTICE to hereby ghnm on Mon n., St....., Florida 3201 an or before aforesaid statue.
TOrs UAHUTT -sq--cI' AttO ... au. .-... R. aa..0d ERufi.ra day.May 1.150.at IftOO o'clock A.M., tact. Undo Day ar Jim Dashat May I*. *". and file the original with Datad thl *th day of.-.A.D.NOM
WORKMAITSCOVCRACCrOCAWV: CO..SAI1OII 351 a.rk s.. s..fte. RJaIft. sfco1. J-11..1. Cator Pralgntwrays" ,... ...022' tha cloric of this court either before ser- Bradford County.

: IIi1OT@osan ir6A d4y ...... ....w THANmaftlP.. ..... A- Raw s. d iTwid.Crk.i Uayd a.... Jackssmvilla. ....., ana otherwise
Tfca Oty a. teats CaD.wlop..r s......ki_. I...... ..0. Sin la*..mfcaaat faa conalgnod. ta MarrtorCrecmer. a
default will ba entered far
.. .. again
OISi .. ...... PL JLWII.s2ddsie Mond-. .Beta Raton.It..:one lot at tree INVITATION TO BIO the relief demanded In .... you NOTICE OF INTENTION
.. ...- -., ... i Wa.1b err Olra.I. rbawI.P ....... .... .-.- ....r .. o timawecsnslgned .o Mr*. Theodore. Th. City of 5...... Community WITNESS my hand and tha petition.seal of this TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

r-y 00wa.pw.at' ./-fd 51wwa CasJd Dabay Inch, ,...; ana lot of Development Off lea will receive. bid far court an this Sth day of April ItST. STATS OF FLORIDA
al....Or J Iay T ....*.. : .ApoII.AD..*., s.Nuw.w consigned ta Lillian CoIl.,. Installation of COUNTY OF BRADFORD
... tha purchase and ana ((1)) GILBERT S.BROWN.CLERKBYl
412:1.: as.......c.-r. .......Fta z aaa lea of tool,cooslgnada tarago building with MINIMUM Linda L.PaneDpuly DOUBLE DJ-T. PUBLBHINC. SMCOoV

4IU.SIU Oversea MacMnary ft Equl,... SPECIFICATIONS AS FOLLOWS Oar PORATED.hereby arreeeetic*that s lo-

........ Flsxt *a ....... freight and 5''.artl0. 4/la4tchgS/7 tond to register with tha Clark of Oreo.
.r-eg.charges under Pt,. previsions. of Conttructlon/OMtorlor materiel.: Court for Bradford -=- ........ ate
WOTTAtlCMTOSMDTa vfrATsOHTOI nTi. See"- s 4b) .. Uniterm Standard Bill of fictitious aaasa of "FLORIDA FAMUr

.* *. N..... *../rr a>.Cyla ........G.ryGw.iwi-w r akminumConcr.t. pad Installation NOTICE OF APPUCAfHlN. SV TIMES"said to ....s.."--'i --.i.r
--C ...If.w L o.r C.ueap.11-ring will ...... Pro771S7 did iy I3/B7: that fMltlaa ...... a priMlasd
....... ...... ... .. I'o-R' POSE Maid bbd as.......tbepwk ProB17S1 did 1/2O/B7 pecHled Delivery. foundation and. tot-up an above INSURED TO ESTABUSH STATE NON A-MEMBES BRANCH BANK ploca of .......... at Ill Sulk wsnasaStraat.
ad IUCDIC SEIWCE a>aplriaa. ..M C60.i c-.load i tN Ck.yC .... ll WBTI did l/lo/ST Starka. Florida.3201.
Idwe .. IarM.y. ... .... tr 1w c.-4... .e-- SpnwLI ,- S7M77- *did 2/1S/B7 TOTAL BIO PRICIi f-..-...... NOTICI Is hereby given by ....Applicant DOUBLE DJ-T.PUBUSHrtvC.INCORPORATED .
Stale Bank of Starka.Bl
----4 r .. .. May C-rsr SI... r Iff Community .
a.a1251PxwTin.a.FIIP.Fawar.s co'reltI"P. *.......Carrier
S. Walnut ... Florida
I St. 5"
.. 3201.that .
D.umr.p..r OStiua. r JL Use -- ..5 4/23 Itchg./30 Construction/anterior material BVt LAVERN*4.OUTLAW.PaSOB/T!
.why. n.3mt.. .a..s.d. .. .. '7wcA1S11T _cmu.s: CtlfllRtE7Sn7eEataGNTS.fIOfmA ..... .** It will apply ta the Federal. Deposit JAMES .. FL'NN..A.
.....,.tlr.r.w........_....4tw :lfiwtSho Concrete pad Installation Insurance Corporation. pursuant ta Part Jima .. FlyM. Esquire
303.2 of "' FDIC Rules' and. Byi
I r I2GS r... No S1dt w w ....,/....... _T....p.My MvrrAnoNTOSiD Delivery. and set-up an above foundation Regulationsfar of c.u..t

...... .... IbOS w fart' 4. .... .. 15IF1 .. tar bad. r G..yCawf.f..a Tk e sly ol s...... Community Establishment Inland of to a establish Branch ....Branch. Tha as Waal Georgia Seas

PLwrk ...... w.4.0'TArEaaD Mai.g aLna.. ...... D_--._r u.n:00k.oral receive bid. lora TOTAL BID PRICE S of Applicant Community State Bank of S.si...... at 5........ Florida 3201

fOIl Polste I'CIU aan til .e.. a-.. 0.0 c.w C.-ibww-. tic5. ........> a atngla w.... mabllaa "' .City plan ta obtain only 1 storage tha corner of Madison and 0...... (*04)) *a44aaTAttaraay

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F.rtb.rar : se. IIBGIIIS. can ARE MINIMUM SPEOFICATIONSi .ba received .......,. May .. ''''. 2iOOPJM. .. wishing to comment an Inudnglns
err ho pI&d A r .. Iwly Cw0as0Sr s.nt M.-... _..... ....kib r person
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_. Yarsri .. ., W TV: 3 bedrsam; Its bathonMasasis .. IOS Iat Call S...... Starka.Florida this application may file his ar .her comments
D -wi- M W. FMr
( sfaa} 3201. Bid must ba submitted In with ma .
.. IO.rsry Virsau.. Sttafi.n, ...fp..r0.w a................ .... merited -SS WIG In wilting Regional Director
......... ........-...- ..--... M Or ..r Awdara A..j417 N-.i4ng CapaarWIraZ (..... or ....-) _HOUSING envelopes PROGRAM STORAGE of....Federal Deposit Insurance. Conporalon NOTKI UNDER
..a ..... .......-* ..... at It* Rational Office. 249Poochtreo FtCTmOUS' NAME LAW
fl/pl fa..w _a 53..01. Flak, ....p-q....... dr and boat BUILDING". The CHy retain tha right tareect Cantor Avenue, N.I.Atlanta,
--. 6dr ..w4d st M r_i l lor *. et.cMc .Lea eIecIrtc bid water all bids. NOTICE IS HERCBV GIVEN <... ..
; any Of Georgia 30303 before processing of the
COIIIUACIOIIS4 IOtS Ile Rand r C_r.lfww r M furthar 1....._.... ... unds.slgnsd.. daalrimj tabuslnaa ...ea..
For y1. an.Ld application" ha. boon co...,....... Processing
rsowan err ..0dlb.. Urttrlem ..
eau aau-o-lO ells -
.adl.r w.fr No. 101.110.
mhdsw_r .r irons II-a-) Jim Dasher or Undo. Day ata4oOZ. will .ba completed. no ...rlkrthan
OF MAMlFAL71rBS Arab QIIIaM ..rr vans terma Px d..i.. Floor FLORIDA AM COtr TlOtsESS. IIIIC..
aT as Ia center tots| .
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data of the last required publication ar
COEIlSATIOII SUPPLY CO.. at auiidur ASU r.uess
r.4T as l6e.r,14.wsusIS .... data. of tha of .... FDIC.
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a. whle....... k .kor. The period be
TMAM MSSE1JP. ..-..-..........w i ar w kwta. ..b55M.ckhuetlan intrlor.b may Florida tots.ds *a >sgls ar the said
The CVy od ...... C.r..iyy .... a.--in s-y I-da.h.afw.d a. .. NOTICE OF SALT extended by tha Regional Director far nemo with....Oerfc of.... ..-.Grit
J_ --.............. 5parwatr. OR DISPOSITION good. causa. Tha nan''confidential. aarHan > .. Bradford County. ........
a.d .. bads. .. Coy 0d f..aqCrma. *c.-r. U>*sdi.. to.iiHaraaacfcaaaAhjiiifimii Instolle- Ran Denmark Storage.1117 N.Tarn- of tha application flla ta. available Dated at Jatfcsaainlla. .... *ss JBtbday

a-y .-v D--_. _-.r ..... .. wSlid0rv ..,. sfcfc-tCng. .bdvdlng pie Ave Starka. FL. will call ta .... for Impaction within one day folewlp .. January ."'.
....... _I' .' Osk.MLC..a. .... highest bidder an April 30. 1f" at SiSO tile request for such fI.... .M may ba Inspected FLORIDA AM CC0mOMERS.IMC.
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..... .... .s.at ma.loridi
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0em. .... -P- 45 ad DCA ..ra B-M belonging ta No.....'* Marital.con portion. d .... oppIlcotlonIII.

....... ....... ....-... will ba mada available. upon request. NOTICE Of IIIITEIIIIOIIII
SWVtTAnOMTOIThss d..1S M ........ .........Mow 4. 4/u 2tch../23 A schedule. of charges for such
la.. ...... aasi ks.v curve Mlit c.curr 000RfRGNINJaacw TO ItEGISTU
Call Straat.Start .
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......, < ... v -..... GIOIII'.AID Fleilda 3O91. Btda *...... baaaatad Office. ptcrmousNAJMlgad.
................ho w6 fiftAOrOO CDWIIY.c.o..nOaDAcP ... arke41BS CDBO NOUS. Regional Pwswnt r Salon ....... FlId.Hibnta .
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fOIl w1R m e 10 OPEaRD yin eras a..f40 b.....a.M a. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an at- 000If.., Dadga. Rt. .. Sac 774. _.

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Bradford County Telegraph .
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0 Lake Region Monitor Union County .

Thursday April 23.1987
B Section

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Special Guests..

West German exchange i e
i( t t W


students learn, make


new friends in visit

B, Mad yrietlliIrCTStaI.Wrkcr to foreign affairs, than many
students here. o
A gnap ef vey special visitors w
They were fascinated, and
jtflte*tome I*West Germany Tuesdtjrf. '
sometimes amused,in their visits to yl
tamag. behind warm newblemSltigs the County Fair,for which they haveno '
and taking with them a eouivilent at home, although Erf- ;+ r
taut .!
aew sapraaions about the
tstadt is in an agricultural area of
I"m; edStates general and the peoplle Germany.The .
tare n Bradford County and students got a good look at the
4Ida"parts! WFtoridai.la local economy here in Starke and the LR.e
Anenca. everttung fcs "king- surrounding area.The trip was plan
5i d.s&Ip,, very exciting and ned to be an educational experience ?
fii&d with fnenrfTy people" according -
as well as a recreational one, and
toa: \IIIP"West German ex- they were assisted in their tours of .
cftaages&KfenC*who vested Florida the area by the Starke-Bradford -
and stayed with focal families during Chamber of Commerce.
tfteirvtoit.Tte The students visited the Lawtey 't
a sOideats came from a small Correctional Institute and Camp
town earned Erfjtaett in West GerMaagr -
and had
Blanding planned a trip to
and staged three weeks takng fi 1
the DuPont facility before schedul- l1 I
a* taps to the beach at St. ing problems interfered.
.Ba 6tne,Disney World DI Orlando
Everywhere they went they were
iBOenpened with participation in the object of friendly fascination by ..
Visitors from West Germany.
/fecal the
ernes mcftjcnng their hosts, who went out of their friends here In Bradford Schroder, Michael lloeller, and Sabine Sticbt.
Fair and the students made plenty of new
Graoy Strawberry These exchange
make Wachholz-Kulke. Wiagrte-Scbmtti. Cteme
way to their stay a pleasantone. Standing: Gisela Birgit
County 011 theIr three-week to this country. Muller Gabrlele n.Knobelsdorff. Armbrocter. The Sdlaa &z. I
like tip and visit were arranged "1 will always remember the kind- From left to right efront row): Nathalie Guttes, Kerstln Winkleman Johannes Jouili. Andreas Weimann.Jeers Victors. Eva Seller. Michaeta
at Bradford\! fEgft\ School by Bobbie of the Ursula Modersitzki and Fabiano Maturi Stefan Behringer and Aaja WeiM.Open .
ness people here and Niermann, Nicole. Bilstein. Katr.n. Ruth Andrea Herget
SineOism.wftisdlda tremendous everywhere we visited" said one of Sitting: KIrsten, Rosee AnJa
jiW according to Geology teacher the visitors. "We are hoping that
and ckaperone Giaela WachholaKwtke. something will happen to delay our
wto cmpanied the GARDEN CENTER
return so we can stay here longer.
Modest*en tfte' Joog light from West Students from Bradford High will .3

GermanyTtof- get the opportunity to visit West Germany LOAIDA 8-6 Mon.-Sat. Call 9645745CELEBRATING
storients fascinated bIke
are in six months, when about 15
<>uracr I* see your country,
local students will a "return "
Watkkdialke said. "This is a visit"to their friends pay in Erfstadt. PEST ;.0.

bends opportunity for them "I'm glad the program has con- ""9 3gg
aeod it bas been Bade even more nvlercttaig tinued,"Mrs. Wachholz-Kulke said. ,
and fun at the same time .
"This is an excellent experience for 4 CHEMICAL cc
ttaofcs M Mr*. CTBnan and many ,
students and them
our helps to get to -
ethers here wto- base made our stay know your country so much better

a Tice enable Stetting students' are extremely than media.just We hope impressions to continue from the the exchange 38 YEARS-PRICES REDUCED THROUGHOUT THE STORE.... THRU MAY

: vreC6.ekeofalmast, were able to program.
peak One dUterent languages incOirttog > The students were naturallyquite 4 All ,
Itowtes*English interested in taking in as much of the Says "Pursley'? -
They were also knowledgableabwot popular culture as possible during the HangingBaskets %
current events and 'even their ail-too brief visit, and enjoyed OFF
seesmed to tan more about the- trips to parties, shopping malls and Prune Seflille
L..9aC ,. especially i m relation/ and local eateries. .

I tamperIs tw : COW MANURE Black Kow

The low for .
growing grass 50 lb. bog r.g 3,59
Congratulations. Tammy Morrow manicured look. Tray of

1987 Strawberry QueenI plugs plants 50 sq. ft. Dragon

original plugs pertray 5% SEVIN DUST
8 5
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for acid
especially loving plants ,
Fast spreading easy to plant. /2 day use of leo'on peti..

.199 101bs. 379 plugger ....... ....2..f .. ... 16725Ibs.

MDJOOI N! ST PI 629 5Olbs. n495lb. jM V711YA1r aM UM 1 A tYA 1MtVM l f; / MXfi; 1b 25% DursbanPine

Bark Nuggets Unbeatable Flea Control Lawn SprayAdds

Adds beauty to flower beds and Low odor Dursbon and Precor ive ogaintt most lawn insects

around shrub.. reduces evopora- FLEA 5.33 oz. L.O. Durban and 1 02 Precor 16 oz. Bottle Quart
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3 cu. ft. bag spray both for lust icr 19"

} ? d 9 Models

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tii NO MONEY Oftanol Granules 99 I.e

DOWN 2400 Control mole crickets Only I 89 .....Ms

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25% Diazinon Spray 149"
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Controls many Insect pets .-
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I t 5% Diazinon Spray 12"earckrn 2000

999 10 Ib.Bog Treats

r 32" cut. 11 HP1/C 5000 sq.fl. 599

M F" + Engine Electric Start 0:400 Reg. 7" 2.0 cu.........*

oM r5 Auto.Oiling.Solid SftMe Ignrtwn
f2 Grass Catcher Available -Ii\n- _

..._ it Sale 119" 12,6
WEED EATER NO. 940 GARD H Nos -Ied&s.mc.d.-seth.
Tommy is ready for fun in the sun wearing a blue

romper by G Pellini with a pink bandana tied at the $' SWAN REINFORCED Model 4OOO 16" Bar & Chain

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Pane 2 B SECTION April 23.1987

Problems Remain After Paramount-Grower Dispute SolvedBy

company agreed to change the wording Paramount offered area The producers association stood do Their to each
BCT Staff Writer of certain growers now. ( ) prices to approach grower separately I
in Bradford sections which the their first new contract in over six firm against the new contract, with the rest of the industry have increased to discuss terms of the new contract. I
Poultry and had
10 other growers growers objections to. years in February. Under the termsof over 85 percent of the growers refus- dramatically in the past few Cargill said in a press release that I
counties Gaskins
neighboring have said the
settled their the relationship between the old contract, growers were ing to accept shipments of new birds years, then instead of sharing their the removal of price guarantees will
with Para-
dispute members of his
mount associationand paid 3.55 cents per pound for their from Paramount until the disputewas profits, they offer us this increase, not hurt growers because the
Poultry voting unanimously Cargill remain "strained",even mature, fully grown birds and had settled. Paramount said it which when you take into accountthe guarantees were replaced with
to sign a revised version of the contract though they are more comfortablewith several built in would
guarantees against not ship birds to the farms removal of guarantees will mean 'performance Incentives" under
they rejected last year signal- the revised wording. losses from natural causes. without a written contract, and then that many growers will actually which the most effective growerscan
ing the beginning of a bitter dispute. "We are disappointed that all we The new contract offered in began advertising in local make less than before. make more by operating more

Problems still remain, however, could work out was the wording February "shocked" area growers, newspapers, Including the Gaskins says the troubles in the efficiently."You .
with the wording of the present changes and not the pay scale," according to Gaskins, when almostall Telegraph, for new producers. The relationships between the growers can't do anything about a
agreement and the future of the rela- Gaskins said. "This new contract of the ads stated that the needed batch of
guarantees were dropped, company and the company began when sick chicks or a big loss dueto
their tionship between the growers and makes us a lot more comfortable, the price was raised by just a tenthof new growers due to a population in- Painters Poultry was bought out by natural causes," Gaskins says of
distributor.The but we still are receiving small pay, a cent, and clauses inserted in the crease in its selling area, which Paramount, which is owned by the change. "These incentives are
75 members of the Northeast especially when you consider the wording which gave Cargill the resulted in increased demand. Cargill, Inc. a giant agricultural fine if a grower has a perfect harvest
Broiler Producer Associa- boom the distributors have been experiencing right to assume control over farms it Gaskins disputes this viewpoint. conglomerant. each time. But any farmer knows
tion, headed by President Arthur in the last four or five did not think met up to its standards. "They had a shortfall because Cargill was the subject of a recent that that just can't happen. Over the
Gaskins of Lawtey reached an years. We haven't received a pay "That was the one thing about the they couldn't settle the strike," news report on the ABC news-show course of a few years something
agreement point with Paramount a raise in the basic amount we get for contract that really made us stop Gaskins says. "I think it was just a 20-20 in which the growth of the firmto unexpected like that is going to hap
division of Cargill, Inc.. when the our birds in six years." and think,"Gaskins said. "A grower move to put pressure on us and forceus the one of the worlds' largest was pen. The old contract got you

could have lost his farm if he didn't to sign an agreement we couldn't explored. through natural disasters when they
operate it exactly the way the company live with.They had to know how long occured. The new incentives would
1 wanted and they would be the it takes to build chicken house from Gaskins says the firm has a leave a grower who operates on a
>t Be Wise. ones deciding if the farms met their the ground up. It's a big job that just reputation for having an "all- marginal basis high and dry in timesof
i standards. No one else would have can't be done overnight. consuming bottom line mentality"and trouble."
Shop has taken advantage of their
been in on the decision making
process. Cargill however has advertisedfor
We weren't about to The contract offered by Para- take-over of Paramount, and the"unique" ,
I accept a
PRICE-WISE clause like that. mount to the local growers gives relationship the company new growers in a spate of

Many of the changes requested them an effective raise of one six- had with its growers to force the new newspaper advertisements
throughout the five county area, anda
/ l' the growers have not been made in hundreth of a cent per pound and contract on them.
the new contract,and the would be the first raise in over six Another crucial difference in the representative from the company
new agree told
Gaskins that the 'has
ment still does not offer growers the years, if the growers accept the of- new contract, in addition to the company
empty houses on reserve" near Live
amount of the
price pound In-
assistance with maintenence costs fer.According per Oak.
they had been accustomed to receiving to Gaskins, a veteran crease, is the removal of a price
"I've found out that they do not
Canadian in the grower with over $100,000's worth of floor for growers featured in the old
empty chicken houses now sitting contract which the have any empty chicken houses in
CanadianCalvert "There drastic in the "
Lord a change
Schenley reserve, just as a I thought,
idle on his land,the small increase in growers from disease and other
wording of the contract and
OFC Club along the per pound price being offered to natural disasters.Cargill Gaskins said. "I always knew it
\ with the small raise in price from didn't make sense that there wouldbe
the growers is particularly hard to (formerly Paramount)
3.55 cents pound to 3.6 cents
Mro1n1.73 / per
chicken houses
empty that
understand according to Gaskins delivering supplies of baby many
they dropped a lot of guaranteeditems stop weren't
being used, considering the
LTR and other interviewed to the
LTR from the contract. With this growers by growers early in
s- I the the Telegraph, when they considerthe February when the old contract expired recent popularity of the product.
r1299 new contract growers"are going drastic increase in the popularity and at least 78 of 108 growersin Also, they might as well pay us whatwe
Q to lose Instead of make Gaskins
F"G"i ,
299 want in a new contract instead of
775 told the Telegraph about the earlier of poultry products in the past six the five county area refused to
when the trying to go outside the area too far.
contract in earlier interview. years growers were operating sign new one.
an under the old contract. Exact figures are hard to get They would save money sticking
"Look at the fast food industry," because Cargill refuses to recognize with us compared to the transportcosts
Gaskins said. "Chicken is just as the Northeast Growers Association, of shipping" them in from that

popular as beef on the menus of most of which Gaskins is the current distance.
OR places now where six years ago they president, and will not deal with the Gaskins, other growers and
e 5' sold just a tiny fraction of what they growers as a RroupJ1stead.lectlnll.. representaives of Cargill met
recently in Tallahassee in a unique
A <
attempt to break the impasse in a
Are You Tired
Gilbey's Calvert Driving The Gainesville Clinic and Dr. T. Owen of Jacksonville meeting mediated by Sen. Wayne

Gin Extra Long Distances for CEU's announce the opening of the Starke Clinic. To acquaint Hollingsworth D-Lake City, who Is
chairman of the Senate Agriculture
W.P.C.C. Is Offering people In the Starke area with our quality care we make Committee.

this offer.....
750 7S0'oi 8 Cargill's only statement to the
:; -'- C.E.U.'S WILL BE PROVIDEDTHIS press about the terms of the new
"FREE" \ contract remains the same. Para-
F .599 I3149:; 1598 MONTHS INSERVICEIS Full Spinal Examination ( r Dr. mount General Manager George
: McCabe said "the
With This Patient Evaluation Coupon Only Virgil major change in
Tit I.: Plychofroplc Drug pk 'Derry the contract offered by Cargill to individual
I Location growers a in
WPCC. 808 S.Colloy M
: HoooIodoooo t96ww twau, al..e.a the guaranteed minimum payment.
Dots April 28, 1987
DlaPd. InP.I.Hip 1 "Under new contract, growers
TIm. 1OO-3OOor3:19-9OO: l'.* mabw c-Jpo: P.I..Pal.l.D 61
rife. .i.H..... ...Lrg profitability will depend even more
301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke CEU'Sl 2 t on efficient and productive manage-
F.5.00Instructor Have You Ivor Wondored Chiropractic ment of their facilities. This Incen-
1 mile North of Starke on US 301 : Dr. Gary Robert. Help' Other Conditions? tive structure is necessary for
II IICould
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771
; Pharm. D. Cargill to remain competitve within
Call .... Ann Blalock. UN J

Keystone Heights Oren 7 Days A Week 473-9727 Intervlce Director at ACCIDENT: : CENTERS O F !\MERICA9648tfl8
100 Yds North 100 on Hwy 21 North 964.6220 for Roal.tratlon ". "* -o.
Starke Clinic '- r'. .
.p, .J.j ;
(Located at Dr. Dopson't former office) 864 N. Temple Ave. : ".$ ... ::. .? '':

a g1E OUR OFFICE PDUCY IS:The potion!ond any other pctton r *pontiW.for payment hot a right lo r.fut,to pay
cancvlp.Bymf.Mil. or b.n/mbor.4fa, payment for any other....Ie..examination, treatment which It pen
Ii ;:4 p formed at o.......of and wilhm 72 hourt of responding lo th.odv.f tt.m.m far In*>_Mrvlc.' .,xamlnatlon
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not a big city bank with a branch And no investment is left unattended to

here in town.We have our roots here. And whither on the vine

what a difference that makes.

We know the community like you know
your own backyard. We know the local You Know Us.Wfe Know .

economy. And we know our customers by

their; names, not their; numbers. .. o
We have thrived because we have helped :=. jnr
our customers thrive. To us, no account .... .
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application is left to a computer's judgement. (9044962101f )
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,41 I Underhill Shows Best RabbitRandy

Underhill won the Best rabbits, but the cage gate was left bons,for two New Zealand rabbits.
I Rabbit Award among 21 entries at open and all but two were kiUed.
Red Ribbons...
.. the 37th annual Bradford County
Winner. Fair competition. Blue Ribbons... Seven red ribbons were given:
Randy UnderhiU of Starke won the Underhill, 14, a Bradford 4-H 13 blue ribbons were given by Joe Penneil,a Chinchilla.
Best rabbit award at the Bradford member, Is the son of Harmon and Judge Ann Randies from Alachua. Chris Newsome,a Drawrf doe.
County Fair.Presenting. Ethel Underhill and an 8th grader at Blue ribbons winners were: Nancy Hildebran Dutch doe.
the award Is LeRoyce Bradford Middle School. Dee Dee Hudson, 2 blue ribbons, Clay Whitaker,a Lop doe.
Edwards. Underhill has been raising rabbitsfor New Zealand entries. Jana Bennett,a Chinchilla buck
i two years.His winning entry wasa Chris Newsome,Dwarf doe. Sharle Meier,a Lop.
I New Zealand Red Cross buck rab- Eric Dampier;New Zealand doe.
bit.He raises the rabbits for 4-H projects Shelley Dampier, Red New White Ribbons...
and the UnderhiU family has Zealand doe.Michael .
chickens, cows, and hogs, Randy King,a California buck.. Two white ribbons were given:
says. George Seay, two blue ribbons, a Amy Tison, a Bantam White Lop.
*'It's fun raising them," Randy Siamese and a Lop doe. Kim Douglass, a New Zealand
says of his rabbits. He did have 18 Randv Underhill! two blue rib- buck.




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RILL\ 23-29, 1987 America's Supermarket. -


Top Grower...
Tommy Edwards of Raiford won
the award for best poultry at the
Bradford County Fair,

You Can Look For Low Prices,

But You'll Only Find Them At Edwards

WINNDIiziiWD Shows PestPoultry


r KRAFT $1 27 ,-, TOP SIRLOIN $ 2 97

I MAYONNAISE. ,J&& STEAK m Tommy Edwards of the DiamondE.
= : : ; Ranch near Raiford won the Best
jy USDA INSPECTED((9'' II IB.' '.) Poultry Award at the 37th edition of
.1 B8e } 37C Edwards'entry was a Black Rose
Comb Bantam rooster. Tommy and
I :" ". uOtADI wife, LeRoyce; grow rabbits'and
"'"' ,d "A FRISH poultry on their farm on SR-229 near
-, ,,: "))1 "P1 ; the Bradford County line at Raiford.
&&- LIPTON : ; ., : ;: ; WHOLEFRYERS Judge for the poultry exhibits was
$229 ',,: ... 58Co Dr. Michael Quart the extension
Star Kfst, TEA BAGS . PK& "':..',.'' :',;,:3;V(I'::!: . u Florida.poultryman Mrs.from Edwards the University! is the of
LIOHT CHUNK IN WAn w OIL W-D BRAND RIOULAR OR BHF superintendent of the poultry and
aM,IplM1M. I .: .R rabbit exhibit.
_.. :>:; '" orBOLOGNA. The Edwards built all new cages
47c ,'. ...., 99c,1pl
'.JJP 61/1'01. :.' 12'01. for both poultry and rabbits for this
TUNA . . CAN :. ":, . ?AG year's fair.
./ _. SUMRTRIM 96-CT.MIDIUM OR 64-CT.LAROIQtMJUII ':':.'. -era : ..:: SUPIRBRAND The 19 poultry entries and ribbonswon
1 are:
HUGGIES, : ,<.::;.: ORANGE '
$ 108
$1599 Blue Ribbons...

; DIAPERS . ?K4 ., 1 JUICE . HALF GAL ribbon Four blue went ribbons to the and Diamond one white E.

$MJ$ ALL VARIITIIS Ranch in the poultry competition for

KAL SCAN $1 09 HARVEST FRESH Oc Its Richard Aracauna Pennell Cochin!won entries.four blue rib-'
? ? 3 14 2 bons with Polish Buff and White
Ili 'Jl DOG FOOD CANS / CELERY . I STALKS Polish chickens.
&a yi2!. Sandra Pennell won two blue rib-
s Yokahama Aracauna
bons for two
1 Dc S8e Johnny Watterson won two blue
eHtieL ribbons with English Game
PAf: . .IUNCH, chickens.

$129 DOWNYFLAKE Sandra Pennell won the lone red
7geI ribbon with her Yokahama Ara-
ASSF BAG ffhi "iJ WAFFLES . cauna entry.


CHEK ON One white ribbon went to the Dia-
18e 8ge mond E.Ranch, a Golden Seabright

.DRINKS . 2r't> THE OB. . .PIG.GEAR entry.Joe Pennell won two white ribbons

__ SUMRSRAND with his Aracauna Cochin entries.
PEPS .- Sandra Pennell won one white rib-
- bon with a Yokahama Aracauna en-
$109 Sge

f or PEPSI COLA Zl.tR. SPREAD. . eta zlZE try.Johnny Watterson won two white
> ., ribbons with a Bantam cock and a
-FAMILY Taylor won two white rib-
2 97e GUARDDEODORANT. 99c bons with his game cock and a
BREAD Dominecker cock. ,

lAUKEE'S0L $148 WHOLE BBQ *| $E50 ObituaryLillie

BEST '. '. . .. CANS 9
1 CHOCOLATECAKE $ 99 Lillie Idella Pellom, 76, of Starke

ROAST . ia, 4 died Tuesday, April 21, 1987 at the
o . . EACH Bradford Hospital following an extended -
-- AVAILABLE IN. DELI STORES ONLYI Mrs.PeUom was a native of Alma,
U.S.aeolel GA and resided in Bradford Countyfor
a number of years. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Pentecostal faith.
Survivors Include her daughter,
Gladys Bennett of Starke; one son,
Jerry Yates of Hawthorne; five
; Everyday grandchildren Connie Barnes of
Starke,Linda Luther of Lake Butler,
Jean Hickox of Yulee Jerry Yates
'Jr., and Robert Yates of
Hawthorne; 14 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held at
Prices .3:00: p.m.Thursday,April 23, 1981 In
Low Conner Cemetery with Rev. Walter

F. Mont officlatlng..ArchieTanner
is in
Funeral Home of Starke chargeof
arrangements.Award .


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H 2nd Annual Special. Olympics HeldBy .. Et. -'_% ,\

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Mark Frledlln Organizations receiving placquesfor old world I is th. python. It measures i as
their efforts included: The The largest snake found In the
BCT Staff Writer Kiwanis Club of Starke (district and much as 30 ,..t
The Second Annual Bradford local) The Bradford County SchoolBoard
County Special Olympic Volunteer Starke Bowling Lanes and I
Awards program was held last Ms.Strong,who received a standing
Thursday evening at the American ovations from the large crowd.
Legion Hall In Starke with over 100 Many other contributors, individuals .
in attendence. and organizations received '
Dr. Owen Holyonk, President, certificates of appreciation from 1r
Board of Directors for the Florida the Bradford Olympics
County Special
Special Olympics, was keynote Committee during the evening. p. 0
for the evening and brought rD"T14
speaker Local parents were also appreciative -
greetings, and congratulations from of the organization's efforts .
his organization on the success of the on behalf of their children. ( x
local events. One parent Mrs. Janet Keith expressed -
Dr. Holyoak pointed out many of her thanks on behalf of all xvr t
the accomplishments and rewardsof the parents to the Special Olympic
working with people who have Program for the dedicated service
special needs. given to her son and other handicapped All.JAMERICAN.
There are now 66 countries, 50 athletes.
states, and several territories in Aretha Whitfield, International
Canada which have Special Olympic Games Athlete from Bradford Coun- ;
programs.All of these programs are ty, was also recognized at the ban-
I accredited and each county coordinator quet for her achievement ,
is held responsible for the
activities In which their: program is
involved. Speaker... I FOOD
Mary Strong, county coordinator, Dr. Owen Holyoak was the
and a person who has done as much
if not than for the localprogram Keynote Speaker at the Banquet.
more anyone a real treat FOOD BAR.
was also assisted by Cliff try our :
Chapman,chairman of the Bradford
Special Olympics Steering Commit. You will find a variety of meat,
tee in recognizing the guests and

recipients.Among those attending were vegetables, salads, desserts and
Rosanna Colosi of State Special

Jensen Olympics, ,District Inc.; Donna Four McCarthy-Director, Wf' PHYSICALTHERAPY ice cream bar to suit your taste, at

other district volunteers from

Gainesville. and over 90 local I a GREAT PRICE! . . . 3.99
Strong was highly praised for w
here work and the we! -organized Or
try full for the
program in Bradford County, and Out Patient our menu
also received accolades for hostingthe

December."It District. Winter Games last Services Best Steaks Around!

was only with the cooperationof "V -- -
many volunteers that we were
able to succeed," Ms. Strong com- Monday FridayBy
mented. "We have many dedicatedand In Appreciation... Appointment
committed people here in Brad Cliff Champman presents a Placque of Appreciation to Special Olympic I r rIII
ford County who want to make our Coordinator Mary Strong who volunteered many hours of her time and I
local program one cf the best." effort to making the regional event held here In Bradford County a suc- Bradford Hospital .'.', -.. .. 1
Special Olympics has been ce88.
adopted by several local orinations 9J2 East Call Street
who contribute financially as well as
volunteer hours of service. US 301 S 964.8061
lt=: 1 964.6000

Arts and Crafts

Correction.Fair .WinnerStacy's! parents are Betty and

James Shuford of Lawtey. Stacy,
In its April 9 edition about Arts who won the junior sweepstakes ribbon 4.t
and Crafts sweepstakes ribbon win- in Arts and Crafts with an oil
ners at the Bradford County Fair, painting, is a senior at Bradford r 5
The Telegraph incorrectly identified High a senator in BHS student
Stacy Shuford as the daughter of her government, and has a two-year
aunt and uncle, Helen and Glenn scholarship to Santa Fe Community
{TArts Shuford of Lawtey. In fact, the College.The .
description printed better fitted Telegraph apologizes for the YIELD
Nancy Shuford, the daughter of error. a a 1HE KEYS sati'b,, I II
Helen and Glenn Shuford. -,The Editor 01r1u. QO

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We Change the Way People Live

Head Start Kids Are FOR LESS

Today Housing Center &

Young: Astronauts

'-" DeRose Industries Inc.

By Mark Friedlln "And by observing the role playing Lake City. Florida
BCT Staff Writer the children are having as
Starke's Head Start kids had a astronauts, you can see why the project OFFERS THE
Ihs i iu "blast" building and then playing was a valuable learning tool as
Is with a big rocketship in their well."
classrooms last week as they got involved When asked how space shuttles BEST PRICES IN THE INDUSTRIES !
? ,; with the "Youngest get off the ground, the kids aU
Astronaut" Program developed by answered "by it's boosters'I"
NASA's Young Astronaut Council. They also had some precise information 24' x 44' DOUBLE WIDE
Learning about flight and the about how the expendable
vehicles for the exploration of space boosters are dropped off when the
are some of the interesting parts of describe close to orbit, then 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath' Today HoiMing Center
i{ the program, which also included the landing process when Shingle Roof SALE PRICE "15,9001Rrg.
building the big rocketship for their the shuttle flies like a plane, or large
classroom.The glider when it makes a landing. Masonite Siding Price . . 17,9001
task took a long time to com- Head Start is a preschool program Rebate . 2jOOo|
Special Exterior Appl. Factory
services low In-
plete, but they had the help of offering a range of to
several members of the communityin come families. Any amount of con- Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE 15,900!
the versation with the parents involved
their project, including
J employees at Western Auto, who show how valuable a learning ex- Total Electric
41 V donated the boxes and took extra perience the program has been for Furnished BALANCE . 13 9001
1 -r- time to find boxes that were smooth the children.
and straight for the body, then "My daughter has become much Appl iances and PayJDftlt. _
:/, N 1: loading and transporting the parts to more at ease socially and gets along Much, Much MorellO'll APR 15 Ynt 1 9.....
children and adults
W the Head Start classroom.The with the other
group project was a valuable much better since she has been in
experience for the pre-schoolers,according Head Start," one mother at the WE NEED YOUR HIGHEST TRADEALLOWANCE
to Head Start spokeswomanTerri classroom commented. "It one of
: Collee. the best things that has ever happened USED HOME EVER
i "The whole class got Involved," to her. I'm very pleased with the
Collee said. "From everything to the class and especially the teachers
design of the body to the colors of the they are great." TODAY HOUSING
interior and exterior. The paintingwas Head Start hours are 8 a.m.
the best part. I think we endedup through 2 p.m. Monday through Fri HOWL-SOU. Mi*piM.I

_<114<:. ..............sI.... .. ... _. .... .. .. .;.r"_ '_ with as much paint on us as we day.Applications CENTER 1M54
did on the spaceship." are being taken now
Taking Off at Head Start... Parents also came out and for the school.year '87-88 beginningin "We Sell Price Quality and Service --
volunteered their time to help complete September.The
The Head Start kids are "blazing Into the stratosphere" In their new staff is certified and in the
which was also a
the project, TODAY"755K
rockrUhip they built as part of their participation In NASA's Young valuable interactive exxperlence for process of earning their Child CALL US 1MeCltJ' -
Astronaut program. Associate (CDA) 4
to Collee. Development cer 06
From left to right in front of the"spaceship" are (standing from left to the youngsters, tificates.
real look of prideon
"You could
see a
right): Marcus Kruger Juvoyn Diggs Shamar Barnes and Michael Met- their faces when the project was For more information call the
tr. Sitting front are Robert Coleman and Jamaal Chandler. completed," Collee said. Head Start office at 9648342.
Perched OB lop ready for takeoff Is Nakla Bass. finally



Hours BasicCorrections


320 hours of Basic Corrections
Training is required by Criminal
Justice Standards and Training
Commission for Certification as Cor-
rectional Officer I.
Lake City Community College\ will
be ofering this training beginning
May 11 through July 3, From 4 P.M..
to 12 midnight on the college cam- a r 0 V (
The cost of this course is $209.80
and pre-registration is suggested A
prior to May 11. No cash will be ac. GENERAL ELECTRIC
cepted on first night of class (check --
order only) ._. --
-.or money '
For further information and/or to41I2thfxt.3 Oil I / / j AUTOMATIC
*register call (9904)!! :
*-w stop by the office .* VMS HER

A-12 for admission form.Commission 0 0 1 00 Two HlagelRam.4empcraarex

Youth Regular WaIIII()Tae

Camp Registration 0 Q 00 000.I Eneogy Saving Cofcf WaerRms

Begins Now L- *

Now is the time for parents to plana i
fun and exciting summer vacationfor
their children at the Florida
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- GENERAL
mission's youth conservationscamps.
Camps are located in the Ocala '
National Forest and the J.W. Cor- AUTOMATIC
bett wildlife Management Area near A .
West Palm Beach. e DRYER '
The camping schedule this year
begins June 4 and closes August 8. 0 0 II Up To 130 Minutes Drying For ,
Campers from ages 8 too are limitedto Heavy LoadsRemovable
a one-week stay in order to serve Up-Front Lint Filter t
the maximum number of young people Smooth Porcelain Enamel Drum

Activities during the week include
swimming, canoeing fishing and
hands-on experience in wildlife L
ecology firearms safety and hunter fMrtiag
education. froltl
The fee for campers is $75. per
week per child and includes meals, Ar
lodging insurance and program
materials $548ARKLA
The commission recommends that
applications be submitted early, as Ae
both camps are limited to approximately '
100 campers per week and M l>mwftia?/ ;
both camps fill vacames quickly.For e
registration forms or addi-
tional information,contact the youth REFRIGERATOR 0SA1BWBKK
secretaries in Ocala at
camp 1(800)342-9620 or 1(904)629-8162!! ,or in 00 00 :00'Puttogetl'ier GAS
West Palm Beach at 1(800)4322046or ,1I (1
1(306X38-0748. GRILL

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10th Annual LB

Bluegrass FestivalSet

May 29-30

The 10th Annual Lake Butler y t
Berry Blossom Bluegrass Festival is
set for the weekend of May 29-30 __
(Friday and Saturday) at the EU
bluegrass park 1 mile south of Lake amortgagethdsthiiance&
Butler on SR-121. __
Advance tickets are now on sale. Crushed Ice,Cubes ThroughThe
Weekend tickets are$15 in advance DoorAdjustable
($18 at the gate.)Friday only ticketsare Tempered Ghee.
$8.Saturday only tickets are$10. w Shelves
Children from 8-12 years old can get You've found the perfect house. Now all If you're looking for an even lower rate, 22.2 Cu. Ft. Capacity
for weekend). Children Federal offers adjustablewith 0.93 Cu. Ft Freezer
in for$1 ($2 need is a mortgage that fits as perfectly Florida a one-year
under 6 get in free. you That's where Florida rate a 2% annual cap and
show begins at 5p.m.and your finances. life-of-the-loan
Friday's You also qual-
6% cap. may
lasts till midnight.Saturday's show Federal can help.
begins at noon and lasts till mid- We'll finance up to 95% of your home. ify for our Quick'N Easy Mortgage and $999 7
night.Sunday will be visiting day at And we offer a variety of fixed rate mortget an approval in just two business days.
found the right home,
interNow thatyou've
the park. that allow to choose your
May 28.there will gages you Federal. And find the
Thursday night. come in to Florida
est rate based on the amount points you .
with the Challenger
be a free supper that's right for
just you.
Quartet bringing gospel music want to pay. For fast equity build-up, mortgage
To order advance tickets send choose our 15-year fixed rate mortgage.For Save ZUrz' St
$15. along with name and address lower monthly payments, pick our 30-year (It rI Federal
before Mar 15 to the Lake Butler fixed rate mortgage.
Bluegrass Festival, Rte. 3. Box 712, MORTGAGE BANKING DIVISION
Lake Butler.Florida 32054.
Tickets are available at the gate. --, ...
For more information contact -
Tuonan Richards (904)!! 498-2952. Serving Alachua and surrounding counties
220 N. Main Street, Gainesville Florida 32601. Call collect 374-4600 or 371-0766 V 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 96477O1I
-Half the promises people My were .AnnuaiPmornMreRate", "Tt*..,,Nadiuem6MandaubPrtrolncnaer. iii. :: M-S to....,.... CI'EH SAnJIIDI'Y
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Paste 8 SECTION April Z1.ISa7_

News BriefsFive
First Aid Course 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily for the Spring
and Summer Terms at the Starke
Vehicles be made but indicated that there Two ArrestedIn Sarasota Alan Offered at SFCCA Center! on West CaU Street.

Stolen New in Starke were numerous from the other most arrests recent drug forthcoming Home Burglary Arrested at FSP three cedit course In First Aid Is Spring classes begin on May 6 and
operation by his department A eo te its Sar tifrl. a A 3dd Sarasota man was among the large variety the short six week term ends on June
Three vehicles have been were arftIUd! ApNI a tar 4etiagg" _.-A..t April 1. at Florida State offered during the upcoming SpringA of
recovered from a weekend theft at into Oak Stied .es.dmrs rStarke. "'-- i as he attempted totatemarlItasedllWarr Semester at the Starke Center 18.For more information, please call
Orian Wells Chevrolet-Olds in Starke Man ArrestedIn -.......JII'IIGL Santa Fe Community College. from the SFCC Starke Center at 964-5382.
is going on
Starke.A .I Registration now ,
Bomb HoaxA Morris PMrk SkerAaq 73. Caned was ehargwrta -
new Blazer, with a broken wIn- Tampa and I.-y....- ftap d&.I .. UJbog contraband iota I

dow abandonded on the driver's in a residential side, was area found in 25-year-old April 17 Starke after he man allegedly arrested 9ssherfi: uitht,12.f Sara.raweretlkar.I -- ..-I r=.acanusc to SgjL. SammyDnraqg ."" Mt: : t.., ",; >,, :

Duval County Monday. Later a called businesses in the area with a structure, aoooroaHodges. Ia r.. a raotae search marfoaaa ,
Fleetside pickup truck and bomb hoax. was found where it was poorly I GRFfJS G8S5
Oldsmobile Calais were also Joseph Anthony Dobson was The CIIIIpIr is drarpsd wilt estre.. --ani..the bottom of a pack of 1JAX.7714340
recovered in Jacksonville. The charged with false report of bomb.. leg the VBdaatfs fame and breaifcmgt ag+emes wtacffl! Garrod had in i his J }!I"I'lIr'mO.I.,11 [1r, '
Blazer, pickup and Olds were threeof according to Investigator David srwraI ileaes de het .J.I' "',"TV paonerv-. according to Leonard
the five new vehicles stolen from Aderholt fl 'l bll'e 811IIII... ;.c lair W'I1IIfma siR,..-ianestigacor.waasetat1SgSH.Garrodwas.
the dealership sometime over the A phone trace had been placed on and her! sats said fi.qp'' ,- Jtan lid 6641 1O3rdST.GAINESVILLE .
weekend, according to InvestigatorDon the telephone at Archie Tanner. Sheefaan catered the jam fcy fast tdeerd OB bus sera 376-4677
Denton. A van and Nova are Funeral Home south of Starke which leg till doer open. ---A.c r ST ARKI 964-7725
still listed as missing.A lead to the Dobson's arrest Dobsonis Hodges.
suspect is being sought in the charged with calling that number Ikmd.u..a.- LP Gas Service I
Fast Friendly
Duval area, said Denton. to say there was a bomb in the released after a SUM. sandr bantwas .pl.araswamow n the orf off keeps : ,
Other vehicles were found on the building.The same day that call was paI1ed.l.-y ---
lot with the driver's windows broken received at least nine other hi custody,dvDuval is ala.trt rg lhead ire in3 Don MarquisCWTOiX i EAGER TO SERVE YOU
and the lock boxes missing in an apparent businesses in the city and county CuuaI)'.
attempt to steal those were also called with a similar
vehicles also.Bradford hoax according to the sheriffs of 1......eeeeeee........................................ Complete Line of Heaters & Grills
authorities have
County fice. :
been assisted in the recovery of the Bond was set at 3000.Dobson remains :
vehicles by the Duval County in custody. CALL or COME BY TODAY!
Sheriff's Office. Special Carpet Cleaning ,

Crack Cocaine Three VehiclesIn : .

Arrests ContinueTwo arrests have been Friday vehicles AccidentThree were involved in a .a, $9 95 % -- -P"-' :: '5 year : %
additional 17,accident VS301 ,
Friday,April -
undercover .:s. .tr--er.iw-rpw- : "
made in the Bradford County .. \ 7496
south.A .. .... oP6'- ,
operation into the possessionand : ua'IYi'eld'
1 1978 Honda driven by Thomas 'n'
sale of crack cocaine in Brad- Leonard Meng, 27. of Hampton : sor(ai a.A iFiet.r- o.-- :.
ford County. entered US-301 in the path of a northbound -
Dorothy Helen Risby, 47, turned 1984 Oldsmobile, driven by Special: Sofa & Chair29.95 :
herself into the sheriff's office last Donald P. Beach, 37, of Micanopy.As Rate
Thursday,April 16.She was charged Beach changed lanes to miss the W *m.r>:Cm-.m.*.tjoSi'fjrAtfWfin w 7.2500Monthly
with two counts each of possessionand of Honda, he locked brakes slid and I ......L Compounded
sale of cocaine and delivery collided with a 1974 Ford whtcii was
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controlled substance. Bond was set stopped in the median to make a left iil lif fT iyw. mkfc J
at $20,000, she was released on her turn onto CE-227, according to prw .ulawtt" ...Iri.Ii.aaL .
own recognizance, according to Investigator Trooper D. C. Roberts. The Ford ) .....-.. i
Don Denton. was driven by Laural! Gail Prevail, r
Carolyn Tyson, 45, was arrested 37,of Lawtey. r ,4ie 0/0
April 22 and charged with two counts There were only minor injuries in "
s 7:336
possession of a controlled substance the accident, according to off duly .:; 964-4485 :
and two counts of sale and deliveryof Emergency Services SupervisorCliff
a controlled substance cocaine, Chapman. Rescue was cancelled : femilibesr J .-I.rial Srrvirr AvaiLtbfV Annual Yiel'd"
according to Deputy Doug York and enroute by Chapman who happened .

Lt.John at Dempsey.time.Tyson remains in upon the accident, : Rite-Wa- Carpet Cleaning: Co. Rate %
custody press Meng was cited for failure to yield .
Sheriff Reddish would not would state enter thru highway said Roberts. ..................................................... Compounded 710
how many additional arrests Monthly

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rift Citizen Chases Hit and Run Driver

LDR Y CS Taxi driver Wayne Green witnessed Herres and his wife,accent- .A,
A local taxi driver gave chase Sun the accident and when the Toyota were not injured in the but
day afternoon after he witnessed a chase. sore according to a family
fled the scene Green gave were very
hit and run accident on the corner of
The sheriff's office was contacted by member.
his home. radio and deputies Joined the chase Passengers in the Jones vehicle
A 1986 Volkswagan, driven by and apprehended Robert Elijah Van Prescott, 47, of Starke and
Joseph M. Herres, 24, of Jackson- 'Tiger Jones, driving the Toyota. Margaret Harding, 18, of Jackson-
\ vine was stopped at the comer of Jones 24 Starke was charged ville were listed in the accident
Adkins and Cherry St.A 1976 Toyota injuries. Blair
and with driving while Intoxicated and report as possible
came over the railroad tracks VW in the leaving the scene of an accident,ac. Moyers,26,also a passenger was not
failed to stop striking
to Patrolman John Hodges.He
rear and pushing the vehicle across released after a $625 surety Damage to the VW was 1800.
l the intersection,the Toyota then fled bond was was posted.Norman Damage to the Toyota was$1,200.
the scene.

44F t t yt Maxville Woman Dies in Accident I

wy i L1Mt y Jeep, they were not using safetyrestraints
A 26-year-old Maxville womandied driving a 1985 Jeep, was Officer Kee.
,according to
south at the
last Friday from injuries southbound on US-301

resulting from an traffic accident on Duval County line. She changed The driver of the pickup, Joseph
lanes and slowed to make a left turn,
US-301. Stuckey, 40, of Maxville was taken
and her one- according to the Mike Kee,Jackson
Deborah Norman hospital. Ac-
by Rescue to an
year-old daughter, Christina, were ville Sheriff's Office. A 1984 Dodge Kee Stuckey was
... also southbound, changed cording to ,
--- ,
-- r Photo bv Ray Hal taken at 4:45: p.m. by Trauma II to pickup and charged with careless driving. He
lanes did not see the Jeep
Children's Theatre at Fair Booth... University Hospital in Jacksonville struck, it. The Jeep hit the median had been drinking and further
where Deborah died. Christina is the results of a
Children's Theatre Workshop Class from SFCC Da.U WUffcrn.. ply Dwarf;TooUie Young Happy listed in satisfactory condition, according and flipped, both Deborah andChristina charges blood alcohol are pending test,according to Kee.
Starke Center at the SFCC Booth at the Br df f4 C...- Dwarf;Tfrmmy DnapM'J'.Sleepy Dwarf; Usa Rogers, to a hospital spokesperson.Huggins were thrown from the
ty Fair was only a preview. Dee OwMt.: m, Y....SFCC Coordinator and Chris

Left to right Is Becky DuboUky.. the Nicked Qitm; Dougherty. D.C to Bremen Town Musicians.

:. : Home Burns Saturday I The Ultimate In

chen dining area in the 70's. 7:44 p.m.The .
The George Huggins home at the dining area and attic werely i complete firefighters respondingwere west end of the concrete block
corner of Orange and Lafayette Sts. burned. A conservative estimateof Regular Rex Seimer,Lt. Barrett Chief home was engulfed in flames when
in Starke was extensively damagedby damage was listed as $25.000 by Dwayne Hardee with volunteers the firefighters arrived. The Sleeping ComfortA
the fire department. of the fire was a
fire Saturday evening. Duncan and Debby suspected cause
Brian Stephens.
The cause of toe fire has not been Dale clothes dryer in the utility room.The
There were no reported injuries Ainswortb. Jimmy Davis,
from the fire but the frame structure determined at press tune,said Bar Tucker and David Lee. house is owned by C. W. Slade and .JamisorfElectric Bed

received heavy smoke and heat rett.The have been owners of Rescue was on standby with Steve rented by Carol Warner.
Huggins responding were
damage throughout. and Jerral Johnson.A Firefighters
the frame home since the early Cecil Crawford,Doug Cooper,Jerry Whether you're sleeping, reading,watching television
The'kitchen was fully engulfed in 1960'S.. Former owners were Foster second structure fire gutted the Waters, Chief Hardee, Rex Seimer. i or just relaxing,the Jamison automatic
flames when the Starke Fire Department Shi and Mary Ann Smith who movedthe utility room and attic at 811 Estimated damage is $10,000, according ) electric bed Is the ultimate in com
arrived at 7:29 p.m.,accordingto building from Camp Standing. Soutbfcate Drive Tuesday evening at to Lt. Barrett. fort.The combination
Lt. Rusty Barrett. The kitchen, The Huggins bad extended the kit- C of variety of positions

and comforting vibration
helps you relax com
Recent pletely.Look at these
Bradford CountyThe News Briefs L,' features:

following arrests were made '
local authorities in Bradford Abrams.
by injuries or charges lide, according to Trooper
There were no
County. The accident occurred at 8:30 p.m.
Two Vehicles Barn filed in the report.Vehicle There were no injuries listed in the

Tony Lamar Henderson, 27, of April 6 FireThe accident report.
Lawtey was arrested April 19 for
trespass after warning and resisting HeUbronn Springs Volunteer Avoiding

arrest with violence, according to Fire Department responded to a Crash WrecksThe Two Vehicle AccidentOn
Deputy Doug York. Henderson was reported structural fire April 6 at ,
arrested at Thompkins Liquors in 10:28 p.m.on CR-225. driver of a vehicle entering CR-230/Flume Rd.

Lawtey. Bond was set at $1,000, discovered US-301 April 17 was cited for driving but two
it was No were reported
arrival injuries
Henderson remains in custody. Upon structural fire but that on the wrong side of the road after a vehicles received damage in an High and Low Vibrator Speeds
there was no wrecked to avoid a Hand Controls
vehicle trying Easy Wand-Mounted
involved in a fire- afternoon accident on CR.230, April
vehicles were
Christopher Douglas Robinson 19. two collision Automatic Vibrator Shut-Off after Thirty Minutes
arrested April 20 on a explosion.The A 1981 Mercury, driven by 15. and Electrical Features
of Starke was vehicles one a 19M Ford of A 1975 Toyota, driven by Jack A. UL Approved Safety
Schmidt ,
of ,
violation Elisabeth S.
capias charging probation demons of Kingsley Lake, was
driven by Tina McCurry, 29,
Mustang left from
according to Deputy Eugene and the other a 1986 Nissan pickup, Keystone Heights, turned of westbound on CR-230. A 1986 Ford, TWIN SIZE REG. PRICE $995.00
he south Lawtey
was US-301
set at $5,000 US-301B onto
Lee. Bond was damaged extensively in both driven by Todd M. Gillenwaters,
were southbound in the
released on his own recognizance. compart- and was eastbound on CR-230.
of Starke was
and passenger
engine lane, accordingto
northbound traffic 895.OO
David traffic Gillen- Sale
ments. according to Trooper W. M. Abrams. The northbound After stopping
Traffic C. Myers. With approximate Trooper 1984 Honda waters proceeded to make a left turn
vehicle a
Jerome Rome Alexander was arrested damage to the Nissan SCJOO and Marie Teresa Castro onto Flume Road in the path of the

April 12 for driving while $5.000 damage to the Ford. driven Flickting: by) 01 Gainesville swervedto Toyota, according to Trooper D. C. FACE DELIVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Sam As Cash

ding license to suspended Sgt. W. C.(DWLS Reno.),He accor-was rffmnn was eastbound on a the right outside to avoid northbound a collision traffic ., Roberts.The driver of the Toyota had no DENMARKFURNITURE Credit forms lIDG"
when the front of her crossed the collided with the
released after a $210 cash bond was private drive the time to stop and
off the roadway
side of the lane,ran
vehicle struck the right Ford, according to Trooper Roberts.
posted. Gas from the truck shoulder and starting sliding with sasac NEW STORE 1llU1IS:
parked pickup. Honda crossed the Gillenwaters was -1 .... ....
The :* ,
Ronald Joseph Birt of Starke was splashed onto the Ford and ignited, and collided with the ditch failing to yield, turning left. W. Cad Street 1411 W. Madison SLUD ,5
,driving said Myers.The ditch to the Toyota was $1,000. :=jn.
arrested April 11 for DWLS to the Honda was Damage = 984-5826-964-5827$ U .
bank Damage
under influence (DUI), failure to pickup truck was unoccupied vehicles did not col- Damage to the Ford was $5,000. ;r S8IUI* y
The two
sign summons, according to Sgt. at the time of the accident.: $1,509. ..... n i Starker
set at $750, he was "
Reno. Bond was ,AI ".I",1 'te z:. tit .
released' on his own recognizance.

Kevin E.Davis,22,of Jacksonville ENTERTAINMENT
was arrested April 6 for OWLS according HOME '
to Trooper
Ethridge. He was released after a e Diskettes by 3M Maxwell,

$210 surety bond was posted. CONCEPTSBradford

Sherman Welsh of Starke & other name brands

was Roger arrested April 7 for DWI$. according Square Shopping Center Starke RibbonsFor
to Patrolman Susan Wilker- Computer

son. Bond was set at $210 he was 964-6946 ( Most Printers)
released on his recognizance.

Ernest Lee Bates, 28, of Illinois COMPUTER PAPERWe

was arrested April 10 for violation of Fisher Audio Component System available and guarantee
probation for DWLS, DWI, accor- have the best price
Aderholt. doesn't run good in
Investigator David and if it
ding Use
1 = satisfaction: paper
He was released aftera$1,000 surety will take back and give Full Credit
bond was posted. computer, we
Alan McClellan 24,of Starkewas 100 Watt System
John arrested April 14 for DWLS improper within 15 DayslCOMPLETE!

tag, according to Investigator AM-FM Tuner
Aderholt. He was released II
after a $315 surety bond was .' C.D. Player k I O

posted. Waldron McClellan 28, of .1 Dual Cassette Player'' I)

Ruby 14 on la a
Starke was arrested April County charg- w 1 Turntable plus ; qii3l,
from 81
warrant t
ing violation of probation,failure All the Extras I
pay no valid driver's license,according RUBBER STAMP

to Investigator wasoreleased Reg. $899.00 .
$1,000. she
was set at
on her own recognizance.Mark

Champion of SALE $79900flnandng

Keystone Albert Heights was arrested From Your Office Supply Store
expired tag.ac-
DUI and
19 for '
April Champion* You
to Set. Reno. Anything
cording .2J: Available
content was per-
blood alcohol Printed _
after a$463.75 Want -

cent.surety He bond was was released posted. 100 FREE MOVIES @g I .I FISHER'FISHER Pin For on Uniforms Name Tags -rFIE

VoTechCourses. Notary Seals DFFICE

.. FVH 40OO Date Time

/. Redness: Begins StampersName SHOP
Parenting t 77 HeadquartersRemote
week of April 21,ends June I. Free. I% I Plates
Time: 7 p.m. Open to mothers 4 110 W.Call St.
fathers-to-be. If you are expectingand for Desk

would like to know more about Printed Business ; 9645764Starke
is the
child birth and care,this
Cards (j ,Fla. y
Aid: May 18,21,26,28.Time. Raised Print --

7 p.m. Fee: Free.Conversational
Spanish Control 18.93
Department of Corrections Personnel &J
: Begins first week in May.Time: YCSZ !

7 p.m.Computers Free. for Beginners: Begins ProgrammingPlus __ __ Print Letterheads
May 4, ends May 20. Time: 7 p.m."Beginning

Cake Decorating: Envelopes Brochures Posters,

Begins$15. Time April: 7 p.m.Beginning 23..ends May 28. Fee: You Get 100 Free Movies Adv. flyers Menus
Begins April 28.Flower ends June 2. Fee: (This Weekend Only on Any Purchase of a VCR) Statements Plus others

$VAMaJypnd May 14.Time: 7 .

P. Monday nights $329.00 Let Us Quote Your Next
Community Band:
7:45 p.m. Fee: $15 per semet1ft'l Register Form Jobi
Students are asked to visit the Vo-
Trch Center and pre-rtgister for
classes. For additional information

_. phone 964-6150.

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I 177 CORVETTE llv.r/groy, one owner
$8200. 964-7271 or 1319.2/26 Ifn ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks, BUILDING AND ZONING OFFICIAL .POSITION
I Call 1-753-4040. N, Fla. Real EdaleCol The Baker County Board of Com.
condition 3 IR, 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOMI with
$273. 96012.123 Itpd fireplace and garage, on 5 acres lege. 7/3TFN mlssloners are accepting applications ar
HIS VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition Beautiful home United Realty of LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering for the position of Building and Zoning

I still under lull warranty buying an '87. Stark. 964-8447 or 4733627. 3/261M Pines Care Center. 3-11\ charg. nurse, Official for Baker County. This position ErWiU

: Polarli whit. w/black accents, silver- HOMI FOR SALI BY OWNER $79,000. (ull-tlm.. PRN LPN's needed. EOE. requires thorough knowledge of } L'i'Y
i Phone 9646220. Experienced n.ed materials and methods used In ;
gr.y Interior very sporty AM-FM 3/2. 1 acre properly, 9645326. 4/23 .
stereo ca...".. AC five-speed. New 1 Itpd to apply. 2/12 tfn building construction; thorough
CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCE Life of knowledge of the building codes andregulations
513.500A.klng $8,500. Call 964-6305 t(.)(.)KI Mfg'd Hornet up to 2,128 st. ft. '
or 4734380. Ark for Mark, MFtfn as low as 5219 mo. Call 13903969. Georgia: has a full portfolio of pro. governing building construction PHONE 964-7776
I ducts. Experience h.lpful, not in the area; ability to read
1979 FORD FAIRMONT Clean 4 cyl., 4tchg 4/30
21 We Will Train. and 205 N. Temple Starke
necessary. Over For Interpret building construction
$800. 961.1161231tpd 1 ACRI LOT with doublewlde mobile
1973 DATSUN TRUCK. d.p.ndabl.tran.portatlon home, well septic tank. $30.000. Interview 372.3686.1/9lfchg 4/30 plans and recognise deviations. Cecelia Terwlllegar
INCOME! for home Thorough of the
EXCELLENT pnrt-time knowledge zoning and
runs good 4 speed Phone 964-4602 after 3 pm,1/161tchg
I brakes need some work $500 firm. 5/7 assembly work. For Info call subdivision regualtlons applicable to

Call after 7 pm. 9644852. 4/23 ItpdI9 5 BR, 3 BA HOME ON 8 ACRES Central 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 4/9 4tpd 4/30 the area. Must b. a high school SPECIAL

"* FORD F-150, 6 cylinder 3 sped Air/heat, n.w paint/carpet 7 miles APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN graduate, supplemented by vocational .
for full and part-time work. Apply inperson or technical courses In building In.p.c.tlon. ..SUPER COMMERCIAL HWY 301 N 240 Frontage 1,& Acres $37.000.
OD und.r 7000 miles 58600 or $140O West on SR 100 96/-5888, Freeman
only, no phone calls. Troll Five
years experience various
and take ov.r payments, 9644462. Register III. 4/23 Itchg Motel and Restaurant Lawtey. 4/16 building trades; at least two years of MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE Newly remodeled 1,720 sq. ft.. CHBA,1 BR,
4/23 .
2tchg 123HARDWARE which must have been at a supervisory :2 8,11. great room fenced back yard. EXTRA CLOSETS, tool shed.
10 speed 453 tandem axle, less than MAN WANTED Apply level. Any equivalent combination of WALKING DISTANCE 3/1 block city water A sewer, fenced yard.
Acme Hardware 301 E. Call St. 4/23 and
50,000 miles sine Mack In-frame, n.w experience education. Salary plus SUBURBAN LIVING AT ITS BESTi 3 acres, 3 BR. 2 BA, stone fireplace,
525,000. U62.1/23 Itchg travel. All applications must be received efficient inside and fruit trees, house
paint Itpd NEEDED SERVICE STATION MANAGERand In the Baker County Administration energy freshly painted out pump
stocked fish pond 12 x 32' storage with 9' drops, CHSA heat pump.
OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear service station attendant full or Building County Commission Office,
YARD SALES ladies apparel men's, part-tlm.. 964-8820. 4/16 2tchg 4/23 53 N. Third Street Macclenny Florida .HISTORIC 3,930 SQ. FT. HOME Lawtey on 4.9 acres, completely furnished

chlldrens/maternity, large sizes, BARTENDER t WAITRESS COMB. Male 32063. no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 12x65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile homes pecan trees,

YARD SALI and NE petite, danceweor/aeroblc. bridal or female. Hours flexible. Apply In per. 1 19874/16 wtchg 4/23 magnolias and azaleas.
Friday Saturday
10th off NE 16th St.1/23 Itpd lingerie or accessories store Jor- son. 301 Liquors & Lounge Starke, FL. REAL ESTATE! LICENSING Only 5195: Call SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corner

'I SATURDAY APRIL 25 8:30 til ?? dacha, Gitano Calvin Klein, Sergio 4/23 1tchgIMMEDIATE I -73S-/010, N.F. Real Estate College lot, 12' x 65' MH separate well A septic tank 2 cor garage.
: a.m. Valente Evan Plcone, Liz Cloiborne, OPENINGS! Construction 4/16 tfnchg BROOKER-3 BR, 2 BA FRAME HOME on 2 lots. Close to school CHSA city

Womens 1210 Bradford St., 10-20 Saratoga several Hgts., Gasoline Healthtex. Over 1000 others. (all phases) drivers, welders, WANTEDi EXPERIENCED COOK Applyat water 544.000.oOWNER .
mice It.m., no offer refused, I 4/23 $14,800 to $26,900 inventory, training mechanics ex-mllitary, electronics, HUNGRY HOUND across from KOA WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR. 1 BA newly painted corner lot. 525,000.
fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can open airlines Some Entry level. (Up to $6000 Campground. 4/23 Itchg 12.16 ACRES Pond, Hwy 100. S.E. 24th Ave. A Forsyth Rd. 26000.

YARD Itpd SALI 390 N. St. 15 days Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8884228. month). Transcontinental Job Search PAN DIETARY POSITION Is available at MEANDERING CREEK divides 2 high sides, SR 100W just over the county
25th 95. 4/23- 1 tpd Ch.rry Saturday, 4/231tpd ((303)) 452-2258 ((308)) 382.37001ee. fcan Bradford Hospital.' Varied hours and line, well maintained 2 stocked fish ponds slnglewide on 3.3 acres, high
1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SAVE 87.139 beautiful .
GIANT YARD SAIL shift work. Experience preferred. Interested A dry. setting.FISHERMAN'S
Thursday Friday, 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue and GOVERNMENT JOBS'' Now hiring In from. drive In
Saturday 23 2B 25. Coffee table your applicants contact Bradford DREAM 2 BR I BA cottage, garage, -
520 electric chord stand wholesale prices Commercial & area both skilled and unskilled. For Hospital Personnel Coordinator Mon boathouse A screened deck overlooking Crosby Lok. inlet CHSA. '
$33; heater 525 organ large selection on of- Residential Units. M/C or Visa ac list of |lobs and application call Frl. 1-4 p.m. 9646000. EOE. 4/23 Itchg! EGG FARM BAVLESS HWY 50 acres fenced A crostfenced. 3 BR, 1 BA
; ;
baby clothes, like new sizes 0.6 years cepted. Call 18002286292. fcan 615-383-2627 .xt. J507. fcan 87130. home w/aluminum siding. 2 trailer, hookups 4 chlck.n houses, fully electric. .
Owner finance. Present all offers.
Have to see to appreciate, also lots COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE'
mar., call N.II Dickins, 4311200. LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor. demonstrators and supervisors. ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acres. Minutes from prison on
thl American Van Lines needs Earn compel kit FREE Earn up to 30%
I Great hon.a for trailer 515,500.
Across from fir. tower at Raiford off Hwy. space.
Rd. 16 on ACE Ad.1/2311chg owner/operators I If you need training comm. Call and compare. PO Box 362 IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT; Secluded 1980 DW T/.' ceilings In middle I i I
we will train You will Scarboro ME 04074 Tel 2078835893.
FRIDAY & /, DAY SATURDAY Frl. 8 a.m. own tractor you. II don't operate have can 87.140 FOR LEASE 2,000 sq. ft. Hwy 301 South of 4 acres Inground pool wooden deck playground equipment. $59,000. r

tit 3 p.m.. Sat 8 a.m. Ill noon. Assorted one your, north/American you offers a tractor RECEPTIONIST/INSURANCE CLERK POSITION next to United Realty 964-8848 UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage 5 Iotr-Kingaley Lake Village, 530,500.

I crocheted handmade items, odds and purchase program that can get Office seeks dependable 964-8447, or evenings 173.3627.1/16 OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres. 515000.
ends, upright freezer, etc, 301 N. turn started for an Initial Investment you of mature, work oriented Individual. tfnchg LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA 2 story, 1 Acre 100 Y... Old.-533,000.

right by Powell's Dairy Freeze, look for $1500. If you are 21 or over and think Parf-Ilms/lull-time position needed FOR LEASE. (Retail) office or storage THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Guerdon doublewide-Sampson

signs 1/23ltew you may qualify we'd like to send youa Immediately Experienced preferred space. 600 to 1.600 sq. ft. 964-5065. Tif lake access 35000. Greot getawayl i'
i THREE FAMILY YARD SALE baby complete information packag. Call non-smoker 196.0093or interview. fin B Owns Lie. R.E. Broker. 4/23 RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH lovely landscaped surroundings! 2 l

clothes, little bit of everything. Friday any weekday: 4/23 1 IIchgCONVENIENCE Itchg BR. 2 BA doublewide. 1.76 acres. Close to Crosby lake. 39000.
Saturday A Sunday. 718 Laura St. 4/23 TOLL FREE STORE ASSISTANT RETAIL SPACE AT RAILROAD on Historic PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven thousand '

1-800-348-2191 MANGER Clerk experienced, Call Street. Central heat/air. Will lour hundred six sq. ft. In bldg. with 150 on Hwy 301 X 254' deep Parking

J_ BOAT Ask for Dcpt. 97 references required must be able to remodel I to cult 964-5888, Freeman space for 30 co... $199,0001 Spaces to Leo... f'
fcan 87.133 work weekends and evenings Applyin Register III. 4/23 Itchg 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance :
Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream near
FISHING person. Florida
BOAT, excellent condition. $82.322. A smart investment.
Ready for tho water. 20 hp Mercury WANTEDWORK Churn. 4/23 Itchg shopping center on 301. All or part of GRAHAM 14.50 octet $1.300 acre.
electric start gas tank death finder, NOW HIRING Experienced safety stitch 7446 sq. ft. 51-SiSD per sq. ft. M.Z. .2 COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOTS $7.500 A $8.500.

Minn Kota 63 trolling motor. Must .. and single needle operator Paid holiday Property Mgmt. Realtor. 375.0207.4/23 -2 LOTS MIMOSA $7.500 ea.
No reasonable offer refused. 964-8502. WANTED Cook/Attendant. Experienced paid vacation. Hourly rote of pay 2tchg 4/30 .NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Cauntry Club for development. $49,000.
references, own transportation. according to ability. Apply in -
4/23 Itpd PeronAsk .SIX ACRES-Gnot Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 512,000.
Call 9647402. 4/23
Itpd for Mlttie. 4/2311chg NOTICE
WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15.000.
PETS PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide. 50000.
B, op.n or enclosed 964.5015.23 Itchg
SMALL CB STRUCTURE Nine 2 wells. 3 septic tanks. $45,000.
AKC TOY POODLE black male, 3 month I BUY HOUSES to :Ix up. 9645065. Will train, must be good with a hammer mitt.d to the Bradford County FORTY ACRES Near Country Club $90.000.
old worm.d and had shots $275. William D. Tiffin Lie ft.E. Broker. 4/23 9644457. 4/23 2tchg 4/30 Telegraph office in writing and paid in .'.37 ACRES-Star. Rd. 100 East 57700.

964.7171.4/231tchg Itchg MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE S Home Nursing advance unless credit is alr.ady .CROSBY LAKE LOT 100 x 385' 517000.

opportunities for RN's, LPN's, CNA's A established with this office.THE KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots 65'x130' 52,750 ea.

nursing students as part of the SonIa Fe TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE After Hours

Healthcare team. Your cholc. of days, HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Pauline Randolph 964-6323
shifts & areas. Call Wellness Personnel CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 496-2291
.q John Longford Master Appraiser
338-2146 for immediate THE TELEPHONE.
Registry op 473-7541
Anne Terwlllegar
.n portunities. EOE. 3/12 tfn Classified' deadline Is TUESDAY,
t ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PRN post- NOON prior to Thursday publication. Randy Cory ,. ._ ._. ..r. ,,*?i1'5??,. .
d v, lon Is available for Classified, display deadline Is TUESDAY \
( T r 1 .,,, a wltchboard/ad-- .
Te. 5:00 P.M. Classified
I milting clerk. 43 CWPM Is required experience
t R 'P xr s preferred but not required. placement Is NOT Guaranteed. -
t tA Applicants please call for an appoint Minimum charge for classified ads Is
;+ ment to the Personnel Coordinator 15 words for $3.50. then 15 centor .

y; Mon Frl. 1-4 p.m. Bradford Hospital each word thereafter. I
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Plumbing Drilling,

ERA FAULKNER REALTY INC. MacClean Water Conditioners 1661 Highwa Zl Middleburg. FL 32068 ((904)) 282-2546

Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 For Sale or Rent 964.7061orron9NOrgNd'ONo ,'-....

r 221 W. Lafayette Street

or'' I 1449-3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE 4-on I

i. I f J ocr. Lake access, added porch and Accelerated Inc.
( Realty
IB family room. $29,900.446BEAUTIFUL ,
HOME on STrain

to be a acres fronting US 301 with commercial Phone : 964-4544]
REALIOH* building. Invest here!

timi UF.NI I J415--1 ACRE PARCELS In subdivision.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS ..... TOUR MIDI Well. else and septic Included.
rifflunt ,nisciivTioNisf REAl10R'
$7,800 .ach.Mobil. .
Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142

Lucille Spry '"-.420 Start locally full-time/part-time, j le Home Parks. Apartments, Of- 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida J

Bobby Bigg 964-7331 Train on live airline computers. I HceBulldingCompl.xesandotherlnHome Homes Lot > Acreage Wcfertront

| study and resident training. I IJFInonclal i vestments waiting for yowl! Farm CommercialNo
CHURCH STREET Frame 3 BR, 1 BA, CHSA. aid available. Job place-1
for Sale
moot assistance. National head- Charge to List Your Property
DOUBLEWIDE MH on over' 1 acre. Fenced. Large storage LarraineChamplon,8rokerquart.rs
Lighthouse Point, FL. Coll and discuss It with u*.

building. i A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL \ ; LT'r Brick 3 BR, 2 BA family room
2 I BA frame home
8R, In Lake Butler.
I VIII-432-30** .,.... w/fireplace, CHAA. swimming pool guest cottage large scre.ned ]
FRAME 3 BR, 1 '/ BA home on 2 acres. Lawtey area. GI'R.f I porch w/gas grill on 4 lots.

301 FRONTAGE residence and versatile business. Owner ACOMrDHrD rVtbAABtf N H S C : I COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST Brick, 4 BR. 2 BA formal living and dinI .

financing. I Ing rooms family room w/fireploce, CHSA central vacuum extra j
818 N. TtMPkK.STARKC. I kitchen, workshop on 10.9 acres partially len<.d.
CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE with many extras on 1 acre. FL :32O9IMIDDLEBURO
I ft. CB home 3 BR 2 BA CHAA,
HIGHWAY 100 SOUTH Lovely 2.200 sq. ,
HWY 16W nice lot beautiful
: building trees. MATHEWS REALTY large family central stereo/Intercom rang. and dishwasher on I II
HWY 225W 2/! Acres build home or put MH. 4tl Madison J I 4.59 acres. I

1 ACRE with doublewide has 2 nice screen porches 2 Starke FL 32091 I SPLIT FLOOR PLAN BRICK HOME 5 BR, 2 BA formal living room I II

utility buildings. Partially furnished. eo 964-4169 ARa EAt'7on'M/ /, acre. r I w/fireplace, large kitchen w/snack bar. inside utility room, enclosed I II

A WALNUT ST. 2 story with living area & 2 apartments. I garage on 1 acre. J
I <<111 FLORILAND I CB home 2 BR :2 BA. extra large
ROOM TO ROAMlovely on 3 acres. j
JUST OFF PRATT ST. nice 4 BR, 2 bath chain link fence,
I I IB I living-dining areas, kitchen w/breaklost nook family room. f
central heat & air. REALTY
VERSATILE PROPERTY with 6 acres & several buildings in 964.7700 $30,500.

cluding office bldg. & apartment. Hwy 325. ONLY Jacksonville exclusive Multlpl.MLS Listing agent Services for this 393 N. Temple, Ave IIEIII L lOll' I GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD CB home, 3 BR, 1 BA. screened porch fenced

it 1 ACRE has well and driveway Hwy 100E. area. Vernle P. Odom Brak.r-GRI I back yard shade trees, 34900.

.1 MILE PAST HOSPITAL 2 bedroom, 1 bath, stocked fish NICE BUILDING LOTt Big Tree I I WALK TO SHOPPING AREA 3 BR. 1 BA CB home 1I..lngdlnlng.kllch.ncombo.

Estates. Only 4 miles la Keystone.LAWTEY CHAA. $35,000.
pond. Assumable mortgage. AREAl 10 lots, owner COMM. BUILDING IN CITY Just I EASY LIVING Cypress home 1 BR, 1 BA large llvlna-dining area.
1 HOUSE & RENTAL UNITS Reported good income. acre waiting for a happening call for I CHAA range and dishwasher. Insidx utility room, on '

WE HAVE SOME LOTS for mobile homes or houses to be LAWTEY financing. 12Si 2 BR 1 BA. 13 acres details. I GAINESVILLE Spacious CB home 3 BR. 2 BA. stove rei' idow AC. j jI

built tank $60,000. NICE BUILDING LOTS Joins Green I terraiio floors, on 2 nice lots.
on extra
plus septic ALMOST NEW Split floor plan doublewide 3 BR. 2 BA. Great roomwlireplac. I II
LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 bath with large lovely landscapedyard. oW. PRATT ST.I 3/1. CH/A stove, Acre. j I and dishwasher. CHAA [
., cathedral ceiling rang.
refrig., microwave ov.n. ceiling fan.oTRAILER., IT X.10'< Plus small cottage
$38.500. R.duc.d to $33,500. lot 10ff X 115' I Storage/workshop. 2.7 acres.
WE HAVE SEVERAL TRACTS of land from 1 acre to 50 KINGSLEY LAKE M/H PARK ,lipoSARATOGA HEIGHTS 3/1. CHAA- lOOUBlEWIDE ON 2.' ACRES 3 BR. 2 BA, stove A refrlg., ceiling fans, |

;,, acres. proximately 153' waterfront with Fair price. I CHS, on paved highway $29.000.
2 LOTS on Cherry St. Priced to sell owners home. ONE ACRI A UP Lot, Graham, MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 2 BR. 1 BA. 1986 model.

EDWARDS ROAD Building needs repair Commercial .BROOKERAREAtApproximately237 owner financing. SELECTED PROPERTIES

acres of high rolling 'land reasonably ST. ROAD 100 Near Keystone. Late BlOT ON LAKE! GENEVA 100 ft. by 790 ft. deep on the water
ing. 11.HO A up terms. 1105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to .. .

; ;LOT ON SAMPSON LAKE Only 13000. LAKI priced. BUTLER Reduced for quick 03 ACRES Fronts SR 100 NearKeystone 110 ACRES in South Cloy County. Residential-Agriculture. 17900.

GOLFVIEW COUNTRY CLUB AREA Nice building lots. .sale. BR, 2 BA CHAA large lot, on high. 120 ACRES NW Bradford County Good wars
and wells.
*LAWTEY 3 BR, 2 bath, nice house with 2 acres. Has ly $41,500 38000. LOTAcross from Waldo Flea 14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County pecan trees two toned for
Market. ".55 AND 2." ACRES Two srpnrate parcels Near Graham J
workshop. [ MH.
CONERLY ESTATES Nice building lot, 1 acre. $7,000. I LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available.J .

*MORGAN ROAD 4 BR, 2 bath on 1 1/4 acres. Swimming WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL J CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.

; pool, workshop, fireplace Ig. screen porch. You must see 5 Room for the price of 4 Living Dining], Hall & 3 BRS CITY BLOCK FOR SALE Northeast Section.
Good business location.
; <*1"HAMPTON OAKS Nice building lot. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED HWY 101 SOUTH Two separate parcel
EDM HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acres near Earlton Beach 210/ft. highway frontage I II
NEAR DEERFOOT TRAIL 2 beautiful acres with Ig. oak. 2 "Quality Work Law/Low Price $ 1195 I COMM BLDG. IN CITY pprox. 15,000 sq. ft. floor span Priced Right j jFREE

I BR, 1 bath C/B house Ig. porch 2 utility buildings. JUST (Any Room & Hall) . . I ** Scotchgarrf Available -. NOTARY SERVICES-
Senior No
. 'J Citizen Discount Mileage Charge Free Advice
. REDUCED to $35.000. Call 9b4. .9 7 PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I III1'alleN I
IMMACULATE 2 BRA bath nestled under beautiful Ig. oakson .easnr ar.r .e1.xe .e/
; H|.ft.In th.r4r II_e.erlelIehanee..Y .._..._
approx. 3 acres, has small creek, metal barn & dog pens. .x CARPWET CLEANING
7 ACRES IN LAWTEY Buy all or split FLORIDA &



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April 23. IS/f7 B

" I Starke Want Ads /KeystoneHeis Want NAds\


LOT 5 call IN CITY $6.000. Call 964-5764; after MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKS HALF PRICEI Save 50%11 Best large WATERnotrr ..... /souse. .cr.en PRESSIMB WASHING House., mobilehome BUSINESS FOR SALE lounge, convenience -
9645251. 3/07 tin -
Hashing arrow sign S299I Lighted porch furnished good fishing,tm'mmn_ store, mobile homes, acreage.Owner .
Homes and for
13 ACMES 2 BR trailer for rental spaces r.nt. *, pool, deck, sidewalks. Free
ov.r non-arrow $2891 Ing near Keystone t or :2 people. financing widow. 14952003.
Recreational vehicles Unlighted S249I
live acres cleared GREAT for w.lcom. Phon. times*. Co* Rob 473-3590. 3/5
country 964.1498.9/16 tin Free letters) See locally. Call today 413.4186.2tdtg 4J23.43O.FOIl 4tchg 4/9-4/30.
living or for Inv.atm.nt.uch at mobile Factory direct: 1-80O-423-OI63 BENT 2 B*. I BA. mountain side tfncfig
NOW anytime
home park animal farm etc. Several LAWN MOWING Trimming. edging.
lean 87-135 cottage. Mice view nearFranUn. NC
money making pecan Ir.... $28,000 BA apt. For mar. Information call LakeButler 1-168 MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR. I Convenient. 0o area .,,,--...... Per.nished Can The lawn Barber. 4733590. Free REAL ESTATEOVER
caih or 12.000 down and ol Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity ..... Estimate. :3/5 testis
payment 6ft. linen S2OO .
mower (rotary). 1 set dish- plow t except per
$230 month. Stork area, call 964.6493. Housing. 6/7 tfnchg hay mower all for 4500. '96T777I. 473-362 otter 6 or on weekend*.2 chg DEB STEAM EXTRACTION (truck "% ACRES. 4 lots on Gasllne Rd.,
tfnlo ROOMS FOR RENTS Magnolia Hotel $8 4/23-4/3O. mounted equipment.) C S B Carpet $2500 per acre for all. 473-4348. 4tpd

LAND FOR SALE on Hwy 230 East about per night. From $39 per w..k. Discount 1.QUEEN.. SIZE BED FRAME mattres. a.prlng. TWIN LAKE 2 lokefront corsage.Swim. Cleaning.Coll 473-7770. free estimate. 41657.
3 mils from town. Well and septic offered for longer t.rm. Apply In per Very good condition. SI2S. ..... ? fish $2X per week pM tpd:3/12-4/30
964.ml.4/23 walk
BRICK HOME 3 BR 3 BA, pool to
tank 1.21 acrei, $8500 cosh. Call son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across deposit.473-3856. 4tpd 4/23 -"/... HOOK SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -
964.4061 after 5:30 p.m. 4/16 2tpd 4/23 from Post Office. TF QUALITY LANDSCAPE PLANTS SI.75 Homo out of.level.?Call LoRue leveling school much more. Asking $92,500.
APARTMENTS FOR RENTS N.wly each. Over 50 $1.50 each. I gal. sI_- ON BCAimrVL/ SAVER IAKC Modem 2 Service for ell your foundation repair Ph.4134MIfI23 Itchg
M home wtm I acre.furnished,......
decorated lurnlshed. 7823640.
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT everything Laundry 4/23 Itpd 473.7721.6tpd :3/26-4/39:
ly or monthly cell collect
facilities Included. Video room REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE GELDING
avallabl. Will accept on. child no for sole, gentle but spirited. Excellent' 9N1_. 4/ tfnchg CAm MSTAUATION 6 RtPAIISBrown' OUT OF TOWN

TO DIIINKTHATI pets. Palm Apts., 2313 N. Temple barrel har... 182.3904.23 Itpd *Carpet Service.473.2347.416MISCELLANEOUS

WANT THAT'S TO STOP PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR apt.. now DAY GIFT How about a handmade MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 2BA paved street all city utilities, furnlshed. .
OURS avail. Call 9-5 Mon. thru Fri. 964-6312. shawl. Call 9644701. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 42500. 4734348. 4tpd
Alcoholic.Anonymous 1/8 IfnchgWAIIEHOUSI 4/23 3tchg 5/7 I9BS SKYLINE I4X6O MM. 2 B*. ACK RAT. Buy. sell and trade collectible !- 4/16-5/7.
94i1-Ilao-964.6219pd STORAGE SPACE for rent EXERCISE EQUIPMENT 3 pieces $45. bedroom on each end C 2 BA.Call foe Mem and antiques.Used furniture

thru 8/15 by the month. 3x10 to 10x20. 10x10 Call 964.8482.23 Itchg information. 4131410.32a3710.after "-0.i t* elry and much more.
CHAIN LINK FENCES Installed. Free $35 per month. Call Ron Denmark 4 WHEEL DRIVE FORD PICKUP Dodge 5:30 p..... :3/5 Ifncha Come see for yourself. One mile east HOMES FOR SALE

estimates. Handy.Man F.nc. Co. 9647071. 1/15 tfnchg camper, special pickup Karman Ghia. FREE PHONE M CREDIT New 24X44 of Keystone. Height on Highway 100.
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 Hn LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16, close to Dearborn gas heater bass boat. Ph. 3M. 2BA. SI4.99S. Set.... C delivered.Uncle 413-71&1.3/5 rlnchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA CB
GLASS CUT TO ORDERt Doors windows, prison. Ready for your mobile home. 9645356. 4/23 Itpd Rolls. Ocata. 351-8514. 4Khg BINGO.iaM Legion Post Hwy 21 house, one block from schools,
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 1.469.1323.2/12 tin FULL SIZE CANOPY BED box springs! and 4/9-4/30. North. Sunday afternoon. 25. and $55.000. Make offer.CB. Isaac Realty.
9646078. Ord.r. also taken In Lake 2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood. mattress, matching dresser and mirror FINANCING MADE EASY New 14X60. Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. 3/5 4752199. 3/5 tfnchg I
Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Hwy 16 % mil. from city. 4681323. excellent condition. $350. Call 2BR. 28A. SI 1.995. Set... C ............ GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
473-4973 2/26 tin 2/12 tin after 8 p.m. 964-4984. 4/23 Itchg Undo ay'*, 0caI 35l- S14.4tchg WANTED repair) Foreclosures Repo & Tax
HANDYMAN carpentry, painting electrical ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Mod.rn 2 4/9-4/30. Delinquent properties. Now selling In
complete home repair. FOR CASH New 14X7D. 3M or 2M. your area. Call (refundable)
BR home with 1 acre, furnished Week MATURE LADY to live hi nice .home on
Reasonable rat... Licensed MOBILE HOMES choice. Undo 1-518-459-3734 Ext 1-1-3339A for
contractor. your > Rays,
Call .
ly or monthly. coll.ct large lake. Private room C bath
Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn 9042464160. FOR SALE Ocola. 331-8611.4tdhg "' -4130. .. listings. :24 hr. 3tpd 4/9-4/23.
4/9 tfnchg -'-. ... _tIon. In exchange for 1
FAIRFIELD ROOFING Fr. ..lImol... FURNISHED DUPLEX-S.nlor. preferred. HOMES Of MERIT I -.....2BA.Define.9.9 Bght .household ........ Reference aawn HOME FOR SALE 3 BR, 28A, 1800 sq. It.

Licensed, Insured and bonded. All 329 Center St. $200. 4681115. 4/23 percent finonrinfc. $225/_. Undo ,.P.O.Bo 349. Melr.... F,.32666. Large family room with fireplacce, '
types of roofing and ..po Ire. 485-1556 2tpd 430MOBILE NEW 4 USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Roy Ocalo.351-851..tchg 4/9-4/3O. swimming pool. 69500. 473-7882.
374-1443 Wells at ASW Mobil.Homes 964-64O7 APPROXIMATE fenced lot. 4/16-4/23.
or anytime. 9/11 rlnchg HOME FOR RENT IN LAWTEY 75X100 I YARD SALES 2tchg
WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and 7823894. 4/16 2tchg 4/23 or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw IL. 1BA. mobile. 'home.carport enclosed OPEN HOUSE Sun., Apr. 26 from 1
Ireezers LOOKING FOR A NEW MHT We have a porch furnished. SI. until 4 1325 Polntvl_
my shop. I buy, sell or trod. NORTH CAROLINA COOL MOUNTAIN Hilltop GARAGE SALE some furniture p.m. p.m. KH.
u..d appllancei. 4962090. 12/25 tin LOG CABINS on rlver-scenlc River- 12 X SO with new kitchen, bath panelIng .- 473-4348. 4 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile carpet windows, door, etc. with 2 car garage. Walking dlstanct to !
from 9
mont. Comfortable and convenient to etc.. Frl. 6 Sat.. Apr. 24 a 25.
homes, pools, decks, .Id.walk. Fr.. Term available. Call 4681323. 2/12 school 74900. Watson Realty Corp.,
many attractions. Hiking fishing ... .. to 3 p.m. on Hebron. Park of the
Estimates. Call Rob TFN WANTED Realtors 473-7653. Itchg 4/23.
4733590. 3/12
swimming and gam. on property. Pokes. Hwy 100. KH. Itpd 4/23.
tfnchg W..kly, monthly from $272. Why Pay YARD SALE .., Dove St.. Frl. a Sat.a
LAWN MOWER AND SMALL ENGINE 3059434582. fcan 87-136 the best housing for less at Today WORK FROM HOME- $60 per 100 i car- from 9-5. Misc. household item. NOTICE
REPAIRS fr.. pick-up. 9647758. 4/9 FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APART Housing Center In Lake City. True ting envelope information send stump t woman' dome 1214. men' large

4tchg 57SEWING MENTS 1 S 2 BR units Call 964-7295. deals Call Today 1550606.2 4tchg to K.S. enterprises. P.O. Box 1501.... size some children'8-10. Itpd 423.APRA CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

MACHINE REPAIR All makescleaned between 9 a.m. S 11:30 a.m. Mon., 4/23 Blnomlield. NJ O70O3. 4Schg 4/16-5/7. ii.9.April 25.'.5.April 26. 15. to the Lake Region Monitor office
oiled and adjusted, $15. U..d money on LUNCH ROOM COUNTER! nssd.d. Day
Tu..., Thurs., & Fri. 4/23 tfnchg Lakeshore Drive. In writing and paid in advance
sewing machines for sola. Jam. new homes. Low rates, low balance and evening shifts_........S334D5O. lake Geneva Estates
FURNISHED APT. 2 bedrooms unless credit is establishedwith
living 4/23 already
last house on right.
Call Gary at 755.0606.2 4tchg 4/23 grey
Strickland corn.r Morgan Rd.and Hwy room kitchenette, bath. No children 3tcfog'Z3Sn. this office.MONITOR .
MUST SELLII 2 BR-$139 mo: Doublewide
16. Starke, 9648733. 3/19 tin
pets. Water S electric lurnished. $225 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
$217 with 5% down Call 13903969.
LAWN SERVICE Reasonable rates, call
p.r deposit or 4/9 4tchg a w s>_a .
9644238. 4/2 tfnchg 468.1338.4123 2tpd 4/30 430REPO'S ea TRAILERS CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

712-3125 utilities furnished pool op.n to public. I Classified deadline ,is 11:00: a.m. priorto
Advl.on all probl.m.of life business, SI..py Hollow Motel 2317 N. Temple REPO'S I I HIPP FORD TRACTOR INC." TRAVEL DAILIII 1977 Scotty -Ir-heat Thursday publication.

love, marrlag. SPECIAL this w..k $10 Av.. No phon. call., come In person. Call Bob 13903969. 4tchg 4/30 I A air,complete bath stove,oven,sink Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50
readings. Confidential. 4/23 Itpd 4/23 Itpd HOMES OF MERIT-4 BR. 2 Both deluxe- I 10 A.M.Wed. May 6, 1987 f riliiueiuKx clean. Spring price then 15 cent for each word thereafter.

JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE 10 years ..r. 3 BR MH ON GRIFFIS LOOP. No pets, 9.9% Ocala financing- 351.8514.9$225 month 4tchg UndoRoy's 4/30 I I Alachua. Flo. S2.600. 1152a76.16 2tpd
.. Call for fr..stimat.s. 964-4621 4123
OR 9646842. 4/9 chglfn deposit and references r.qulr.d. FREE PHONE-IN CREDIT New:24 x 44. 3 I| (US 441 So.) I. __ ..
964.8816.412311pd BR. 2 Bath $14.995. Set-up and BROADWAY & WALTERS''
WANTED LAWN MOWING and will do RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month delivered. Uncle Roy' Ocala I I
other yard work. Will do you a good and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- 351.8514.4/9 4tchg 4/30 I TJ'S LAWN SERVICE TREE SERVICE
lob. Robert Godwin 964-4190 after
Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF
4:30: p.m. 4/16 tchg 4/23 FURNISHED efficiencies A mobile homes BR, 2 BA $11.995. Set-up andd.llv.r.d. I e "We Put Pride RemovalIn
weekly monthly.
Uncle Ocala
p.at. Now op.n Saturdays, 812.STRICKLIN'S Motel) A MH Park. 964-8810. 6/5 TF 351.8514.4/9 4tchg 4/30 I. Your Lawn" Trimming
PEAT COMPANY County 12x65 MOBILE HOMES 3 BR 1 lot. Front loader Trailer. *
on acre
DISCOUNTS FOR CASH New 14 x 70. 3 Stump
Road 315 A Gadara Keystone Hgt.., $250 per month. 9644238. 1/29 tin or 2 bedroom your choice $13.995. 1IIoci<'-. Many Tractor Trvdu'l K.yston.H.fights-Stork. *
4737109. 4/23 Itchg CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS live near Uncle Ocala All Type of Farm (.... Melros.areas Firewood
Roy's 3518514.19tchg I
DAY CARE ANY AGE, pick up from your work. W. have a mobile home to 4/30 Sprinkler System..Shop fqo. Fr.> Estimate
w..k child. 473-9022
Starke Elementary, $25 p.r I
964-5186 Connl. 4/23 4tchg 5/14 suit your every n..d. Call us 12 X 60 MH 2 BR. 2 BA one on each I

QUALIFIED NURSES ASSISTANT Offers 1.468.1323.2/12 tfn end 2500. 182.3692.4/16 2tpd 4/23 'eI No Job Too Big Or Small I 473-7097'473-7679
you In.Ham. care with T.l.C. I Business and Residential
month Now
p.r plus deposit. taking HOMES After 5 P.M.

available Housekeeping, reasonable, companion rates, excellent care applications.4/23 tfnchg Call 964-5734 after 4 p.m. :24 X 62-$8995 I I SeniorCituenDiscounts Keystone Heights

r.f.r.nc. 9049644206. 4/23 '1 tpd KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR mobile home AC. 12x60$299S12x60$3995 Office Equip.0e0Ia. Licensed & Insured
50 ft. from wat.r. W..kly rental nr 12x50-$2450 Clhoir..File. .
rates 9645033. 4/23 Itpd I I
y.ar 964.4481.412311pd round lease. 533.2181 or Lots Mobil.more Home to choose 904-351-1131.1/l63tdhg from Western I Typewriter. *.CaJcvlotor Bj

4/30 TERMS: All check must hova Bonk
week or month. No deposits required. MOBILE HOME IN CITY 2% lots chain I I Utter guaranteeing ... om.oheN of

MARBIE-SIZED AQUACIDE 964.8173.4/23 2tpd 4/30 link fence 12000.9648392.4/162tpd I| your died EXPERIENCED WELDERS
PELLETS spread Ilk.grass seed. Works 3 BR, 1 BA living dining kitchen 1 acre 4/23 1

effectively at any depth. For facts, call lot, outside city private, $260 month ATTENTION WHOLESALERS 2 used I % Cash an sale. day balance
1.800.328.9350 Aquaclde Company, plus $ISO deposit. 9645033. 4/23 Itpd doublewides. 1972 Girdon :24 x 60 I 125 ; day. &
1627 9th Str..t, D.pt. FLC PO Bopx v EFFICIENCY ROOMS furnished no $5995; 1975 Tammaron 24 x 60- $6495. I
10748 Whit. Bear Lak., MN 5110. lean children or pet. 9645687. 4/23 2tpd Set-up & delivery. Call Jerry at McDougo.lls
87-134 4/30 2720625. Global Home Orange Park. | PAINTERSCrosley
2 TRAILERS FOR RENT 1 trailer sleeps 6 4/23 Itchg I I Auction Co. Inc.

and 1-one bedroom trailer. Lost Valley MUST SELL 11 I Three 14 x 10'.. 2 BR.2 8A; I I 1-904-716-899 1
SCHOOLSSEMI Mfg. Corp. is for
Campground. 9645760. 4/23 Itpd 3 BR, 2 BA. Call George for appoint. I Im.nt. accepting applications

BEDROOM APARTMENT modern near 3287467. 4/23 Itchg j experienced welders and painters. Apply at the
DRIVER TRAINING Earn big buck.- town and coll.g., heat pump a.c., UNBEATABLE BUY. 26 wide mobile
Drive big truck.! D.O.T. certification. drop., carpet walled patio with home with den and fireplace. For appointment Crosley Mfg. Plant on U.S. 301 South.Homes .
Local and notional lob plac.m.nt shop/storage space. With or without call Mr. Rowell. 3287467. 1global
assistance. Correspondence/Resident lurnlture. 9648601. 4/23 tfnchg 4/23 Itchg

training. Eligible Institution for financial 3/1 HOUSE CB very clean. Waldo. ]1 WIDE Great Buy Huge great
aid. Guaranteed .tud.nt loans. 9645065. Tiffin 8 Owens, Lie. RE. room/den/cathedral ceiling/shingle

Call 18002828265. UNITED TRUCK Broker. 4/23 Itchg ro.>f. 3 BR. 2 BA. $17,995. Call Marvin Beautiful of North Florida

328.7467.4/23 Itchg .
MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa
Florida. Home Office: Clearwater FOR SALE 1971 2 DEEP SOUTH MOBILE HOME 1238 Blanding Boulevard He* M BeaBtif Company I i.a master In building and remodeling and
florida. lean 87.131 with approximately' 2/3 acre. 1 mile specialize.energy efficient.custom aluminum and vinyl windows built to
ELECTRIC GUITARS 2 KRAMER guitars from prison on SR 16. All furniture In- Orange Purk. Florida 32073tocatod any size.When.

REAL ESTATE endorsed by Edward Van Halen. 1 yr. cluded. New stove and good 4 Miles North yew plan to build or remodel remember to call only a .qualified
refrigerator-Possible owner financing. expert. toll Home Beautiful.
old"Stryk.r" with Hot S.ymor.Duncan ofMiddlebwrg14X56
FOR SALE pickup and case $250. Also one $15,000 9646078. ask for Greg .. They feature new homes room additions Florida room, screen rooms,
"Focus" model w/hordshell case Jackson or after 7 p.m.. 964-4O46.4/23 porfo cover, car port, pool enclosures, storage shed, roof over,

NATIONAL FOREST High and $300. Regularly $370 and $520 at music Itpd : ':SP :''At aluminum siding vinyl skiing and soffits' ,vinyl window for porches, storm
19S7 DW 3 .
dry wooded 'lots. Mobil. ham., cabin, stores. P.rf.ct condition. Call 964-6305 carport utility deep well parches ." .' window and _.. PLUS..._ con help you finance all work...
camping O.K. Hunting and lining. or 4734380. ask for Mark. 2/26 tin $26,900. Keystone 473.7401.423ltpdUNBEATABLE Before you build or remodel call us for a free estimate. We are locally

",4SO w/ $ISO dn., $63.71 monthly. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as BUY New 14 ft. wide owned end operated end are. located In Starke at 215 E.Call St. Our phone
((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn Champion fully furnished with air number(24 .hour answering) te 9646766.
CHEVY 4.4 PARTS ton, anything
.v... 2/12 16tchg 5/28 you Call collect Steve 12720650. 4/23 MEMBER-CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
STARKE 1640 S. need Axle*, front or rear auto
transfer different
transm., cases, 2
Walnut St., Starke. 964-8447. types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. '87, 24 ft. wide, shingle' roof wood
Ifnchg siding plywood floors fireplace central
$1.00 plus ,..pair.t.x.s.Throughout Also to.prop.rt. .. Measures 24.36".25 cents each. Great month. Call collect Gerry 12726827. Central Air CYPRESS
.... 216-453-3000 Exf. HS1I7.
135 W. Call St. 9646305. great room den cathedral ailing:
4/23 Itpd HAY ALICIA $25 p.r roll at farm. throughout. 3 BR. 2% BA. 7 year er-- $14,900 PINE BARKYou
Delivery available. 7 miles west of vice call Collect. Bud. 1-272-0625. .
PERSONALS Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. Quality Value
9648356. 11/13 tfnchg VACATION RESORTS OR pick-up or We Deliver

ALONE TOGETHER?? I Call Stark BRINGING.'. most respected PEOPLE USED door 16' REFRIGERATOR$250. Excellent- FROST condition.FREE 2 RENTALS Open Until 8 p.m. Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

dating service since 1977. All ages including 964.5038 after 5:30.: 4/9 tin FRANKLIN N.C. Scenic mountain view. MonFribat. Cypress Lumber
2 BR furnished $175 week.
cottage. per
... 4/2 tfn Raffon and Muscat grandson $1,000
cltliens 1-800-648-4401. 9647210. 4/16 2tpd 4/23 9-6 964-6649
Araborn. Arabian
A 964.6929.4/16 3tpd 4/30 Sun. 1-6
arrivingIn TANDY 1000 COMPUTER IBM compatible FINANCIAL SERVICES - ---- --
.xchang..tud.nts -
August.school Become a host family for 384K memory 2 disc drives, color -.

American Intereultural) Student Ex monitor, 964-7100 or 9648569. 4/16 SAVE YOUR CREDIT I'll take over your

chang. Call 1800SIBLING. fcan tfnchg payment 9645065. William D. Tiffin. BROCHURES' PAMPHLETS
STEEL BUILDINGS Lie. R.E. Broker. / Itchg
87.137 Factory Direct Special. CHURCH BULLETINS e STATIONARY
LOSER WANTED Lose up to 29 pound..
month. Doctor 30x48x12 NOW $4.395.0040x60x14 NEWSPAPERS
Inch. eellullt this BOOKS fLYERS
recommended: on TV. I've lost over 50 -

((612)) 6421915. fcan 1 $12.895.00 URGENT WE NEED YOUR
pounds mysellll Discounted for Immediate purchase anddelivery. HELP

WOULD 87.141 THE flat MAN bed THAT truck HAD that THE helped CHAINSAW me States Building. Call 214-342-3668 Systems. lean American 87.138 I You have only 72 day. to buy and clout on your new homo or I -Our Special-
wood please g.t back In touch HORSE FOR SALE OR TRADE $600 nego. pay a 5% soles tax on Title Insurant, Survey tool Estate I

.. cut with up me. I need more help. 9645990.. 964.6614 alter 6 p.m. 4/23.. Itchg I I costs.F... Termite Costs. Mortgage F... Attorn/* Fee and other 1,000 Business CardsRaised

STARKE HOUSING CENTER I This now tax will drastically effect the affordability of L.tt.rs, Black Ink

reconditioned mobile homesl I housing and have far-reaching effects on our .conotny.Pl .
Selection on
*All Single Wide Big. *.low**$300 Down I .as. writ or call your legislator today to ...,..... your $ I O.95

.All||Double| Wid.| .* low.*$500 Down concern about this additional taxation on oil **rvcs. phMtaji

*Payment a.LOW.$149 PER MONTH I SaUs taxes have currently Increased from Call 4-574V4-Ask for Ella

*All mobile home finance prices Include 2544000000.00 In 1981 to $5.304.286,351-59 in 1985 or a1108't


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e Fine Older Home located In Union County Tim.Buildingat ar.ll.bl..EsPM/. ..-d wPP11
TACKLE 1MAJEXE AND WAMIHOUSI SPACE 150 West Main. Call 496-2261. for eerseenel.............Nee tselSurgery .....
Corner E. Call & Cherry Locot.d in Union County Tim. more Information. tfn --. UO C.JBahi_-.tafceutter.
Suzuki Grand Opening SalarR1 Ideal for Offices building. Call for Information CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished ...3304.4Mt43n.USX.ah*.
4962261. tin. all electric, control heat and ECEpnoMicr/NautAMtz amc ran-
SPECIAL FINANCE RATES By Owner air, private paved rood, laundry and TION. Office ...... dejieiatoule.mroture. .
SUZUKI 1O% Down cw Low crs WANTED pork playground. Near school., hasp.. .work erteirteJ WMdurtl.furt
$62,500 tat.lacllltlcs.PINES SR-121 vast Lake time/full time ........ -...... tmmediately. -
mnmntHI 12% Financing Butl.r. Call 4962366. Two chlldr.max. .
WANTED TO BUVTeo or three bedroom ., and 3/19 .
ENCUKOUNC no chg/tfn
pets non-emaher. e4Dn far intmtvmm.REAL .
mobile home.
CO'S CHECK US OUT) Clean rental
RMwB RED. Coll 496.2327.4/33 Jlchg. 4/30
1mam11n hornet tailored to your pay schedule.
-_._-_-Mw.NILG. I.- J5M PINES SR121. just south of SR100 In ESTATE
.--"-- r ._ FOR SALE lake Butler. Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. OUT OFAEFA
10%... 223. _. 3/19
CAMPBELL'Szrf'1 PLANTS AND SHRUBS Located south of like rent Sid' Mobil.Home Park 945 CAKOUNA

,rtltao.r>lRr.RELECTRONICS- 4/9 Lok.4tpd.Butl.r 430REFRIGERATOR on SR121. Call 4962988. THREE N.W.BEDROOM 3rd Str..t.MOBILE l Itpd 4/23 HOME located 2.5 Acres loosed MOUMTAWS... .... rwseArire.dandy ..

132 E.Call St.-964-4045 WASHER DRYER Call In country. $250 p.r month Plus $150 stream, goad saws reedy a
10 X.8..110,... Warranty Service Center 496.2090.4 2tpd. 4/23 deposit. Pay own .I.ctrlc. Cell build on. goad gordas spot. anew
SLIDE-IN CAMPER for mediumsmallpickup. 4962607.tchg.423PERSONAL needs to eell. W.WO. par $iJIt1D.
For Most Brands .Stove, Ice box Included $400. down assume--.
Estimates for Repairs Call 431-1171 4/14 2tpd. 4/23 House bedroom........5 nlea tram'
..7V TVsttMkrowaves $15 TWO REFRIGERATORS Work good. Call SERVICESNETTLES town lovely writing, targe dealt
Jl 496.2694. Itpd. 4/23 overlooking.nn n ,=STOTTtMrT_,__ t vcR S Stereo System $25 FOR SALE-SPINET-CONSOLI PIANO TREE SERVICE All types tree Mon,built 4n cabinet.wry ex****..otl
l We Repair Small BARGAIN Wantedt Responsible partyto work.Call Thomas Nettles at 4963683. for 539.900..pay$7,900'--.ane MeJoon. >
f Household Appliances take over low monthly payments on tln/chg.2/26 .
109oon..6125.1r .pln.t piano. S.. locally. Call Mr. 3.2 acres,eliiM aiitmioe from IMw pnir.,
White. 1(100)327-334( ) E.t. 102. 4233tpd. good garden ....,.reedy*.IoooIId an.
--- -- 5/7 MOBILE HOMES Owner said_II.$12......pay%ADD.
down.payment,a .seue f.n.
HOMES 12'K 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom: 1 Lake front tots.......reeler lard usd
AUTOS 1/2 both, central heat and air. Must ready: 4o build one ft.....sued.mnry
WHOLESALE see to appreciate. 6000. Call water, wndenataund etgels..rry.
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 ( 496-0071. rfn/chg.3/19 desirable lots. $ repair). Delinquent tax property down assume loan.
2000 N. Temple Avenue Starke Repossessions. Call 1(803)687-6000( )
Ext GH1136. for curr.nt r.po list NOTICECLASSIFIED These are a few at oner 2D11O...........
(Across from Orion Wells Chevy-Olds) 3/l28tpd. 4/30 w. hove all types" of iMmparty from$70O
LAKE BUTLER: R.duced for quick sale. 3 ADVERTISING should b.submitted per acre and MP toKe 4 aMe emailfarms'
BR.1 BA,CHSA,Larg.lot,only$41.500 to the Union County Times office tf'acts.acts..aabirelsa.s. .old
$38,000. Mathews Realty, 9644469. In writing and paid in advanc. lake front tale,.. .._org 11
2/5tfn unless credit Is already established today for a free toting bmdhM..Ta
with this office. con call free by dialing I((8IIDC) >>-JC2I.
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Write or_today..4/16 lOtpd../1.
?If I don't have, I'll find ItJust Classified deadline Is TUESDAY,
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. NOON prior to Thursday publication.. Main StnMt. Lake. ......... 4Mym.
4962903. eves. "YOUR Minimum charge Is IS words for$3 SO
496.2126 or .
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UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn then 15 cents for each word thereafter. Complete

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85 Escort 4 Dr. USED TRUCKS I.I i Remodeling and Repairs
Auto,Air, Grey $3850 84 Ford PU iII *Room Additionsf, ." **4j..e.......a
$4250 i *R.-Roofing AEUdrt R.....
84 Escort 2 Dr. 3Spi. 6Cyl. I *Free Estimates*
Auto, Air $3450 75 Ford PU s Get into ..'; Call Fred Stafford 4SS-I952 *::tr:: r

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82 Buick 2 Dr. Vie Speed [
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MEN & WOMEN 17.62Train Tu .
Cycle Repair Parts e Accessories _

85 Chevette $3250 77 Nova 2 Dr. City.County now lor,State government and Federal exams levels1VL4RlFS lor' s u.s.3oN.Mayan. 964-5805
2 Dr. 4 miles 195O9O SrARr ftQ An
Sp. 28,000 Red Sharp 4 HIGH .? W. *O hr.Legm .
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not necessary.Keep'
School Diploma
II LAWN SERVICE present lOb while preparing. at
nolMDeperlclable. home for government exams.Write Foam Grips Air Filters
.a-c.e .Y........ & Include Phone $3.95 $I.9S

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i. -3$1 960&-5579 4 Service, Inc. All Repairs on Cycles &ATV's == 12N12AM1
Bulldozer Work ::-- P.o. BOX 160
Culverts Installed HADOONFIELD.N.J.08033OR Tune Ups Discount Parts&ACC $29..5 S26.9Sj
Fill Dirt 8 Top Soil 1 ((1-8OO-524-2515))

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If No Answer Insurance CollISion Work Free Estimates j le BRADFORDUNIONBoard

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Pap 1 Z B SECTION April 23.I97

ObituariesDeborah .

Padgett Norman Green worked for Sam Wall Con- Lynn, Murray Leon and Joseph all of Starke; four brothers Pur dy Giles of Melrose; grandson Skip mtaUtratien Medical Center inTuckecf
struction Co. for 12 yrs., also wasselfemployed Earl; parents,Lassie and Mapel Ed- vis,Sidney,Emery&Clinton Griffis Giles of Melrose; taotber Dick *fbOowfag a brief iUnes
Dcbom Padgett Norman, 26, resident as a farmer. wards; one sister, Janet Arnold all all of Starke; three sisters Allen of Plant City; sisters Omie Bora to Starke March,1KB.Mr.
of Ma We.died Friday April Survivors include one son,Rodger of Green Cove Springs; maternal Margaret Betten Jacksonville Mills of Orlando Elizabeth Williams Colrmaii moved to Tnsfcege* 25
IT.IM7 firm injuries received in anunA Green of Melrose; one daughter grandmother Mrs. Margie Belcher Gloria Triest, Keystone Heights of Lakeland. years aeo In Jacksonville..He was
accidenL Bernice Colana of Tampa; one of Haysi. Jacqueline Ellington. Starke; five Memorial services were held in a amber of the Baptist faith; a
native of MaxvUl. Mrs. Norman sister Ode Alvarez of Starke; Funeral services were held Mon- grandchildren. Trinity Episcopal Church in Metros self-emplojred truck driver; Veteran
worked at Western Steer. She eleven grandchildren and nine day in Russell Bapt. Church with Funeral services were held in Pine Monday. Apr. 20, with KeY Fred Korean War witb the U.s.Army
.as.member Cinnamon St.Bap greatgrandchildren.Funeral Rev. Walter edwards Rev. Jack Level Baptist Church Wednesday Yerkes and Rev. William A.Popped Navy.
fist Church. services were held Mon- Hall and Rev.Ron Baker officiating. April 22 with Rev. Roman AlvarezconducUng conducting the services. Burial will Survivor include tfaree brother.
Survivors include her husband day.April 20, in the chapel of Archie Graveside services here held the services. Burial was be at a later date under the direction Carol M. Leslie Coleman of
Steve Norman; a daughter Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. Wednesday in John Belcher in Kingsley Lake Cemetery under of Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Jacksonville Newton Coleman of
Christina Norman; parents LJ. William Laney officiating. Burial Cemetery in Haysi, VA. Helm the direction of Jones Funeral Home Heights. Port Orange; three sister. Etbel
and Gertie Padgett of Clay Hill; two was In Evergreen Cemetery under Funeral Home of Green Cove Springs of Starke. In lieu of flowers the family requests Loeamifli of Cabs.. Jean Davis of
brothers Rodney and Richie the dilution of Archie Tanner was in charge of arrangements.The donations to the Trinity Jacksonville and Marie Sine of
Padgett;one...terl.PhyU.. Barber Funeral dome of Starke. family requests that those Michael! David Newman.Sr. Episcopal Church P.O. Box 761. 1'f' briIIe.TN.Graveside .
all of Clay Hill; Maternal grand who desire may make contributionsto Michael David Newman 40, of Melrose FL 32AI6I. services were held
mother.Hettie Norman of Clay Hill. the Malone Cancer Institute.Dr. Starke died Sunday, April 19. 1987 at May April 29. in Kmgslev Lake
Funeral services were held Monday Robert Bivins % Neil Abramson Baptist his home in Starke following a sudden Franklin J.Coleman Cemetery with Rev. LeRoy Olive
April 20,at 10 a.m. at the Cinnamon Medical Center Jacksonville. illness. Franklin J. Coleman 99, of conducting the services. Jones
Robert "Bob" Bivins of Jacksonville -
St.Baptist Chruch with Rev. : Born in Cleveland OH. July 17, Tuskegee Ala., died Thursday Funeral Home of SUrke was inSTEPHEN
died early Sunday morning
LeeRoy Dalrymple officiating. Audrey M. Hall Mobley dIarp ammgremta.
April 19, 1987 at St. Vincent's 1948, Mr. Newman was a lifetime April IS. 1987 in Veterans Ad-
Burial was at Highland Cemetery M. Hall Mobley 69 died of
Hospital following a brief illness. Audrey resident Starke.He was employedat
Archie Tanner
onder the direction of He was born and raised in Colum- Tuesday,Apr.7, 1987 in St.Vincent' the Gulf Oil Station corner of 301 -
Home Starke.Kenneth
Funeral bia County and moved to Jacksonville Hosp. in Jacksonville.Mrs. & Madison St.; a member of the
Elton at an early age. He was of the Mobley was a native of Baptist Faith.Survivors .
Baptist faith;a veteran of WWII and Starke.She had lived in Jacksonvillefor include his wife, Sara
Kenneth Elton Buddy" Thompson served in the See-Bee; he was self- 48 years and was a member of Jane Gatlin Newman of starke; two SMITH
,M.of Starke died Monday morning Norwood Church of God.
employed as a brick mason; was a Lisa Ann Richardson of
Alachua General Hospital in member of the Shipf itter Third Class Survivors include her husband Stare and Donna Lee Duchene of LUMBER
Gainesville! following a short illness. and was a member of the Brick William H. Mobley; three Gainesville; one son,Michael David
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.Thompson Layer Local No. 02 and had a life daughters,Ardelia Browning, Diane Newman "I', of Starke; parents 6 Miles South of Stork Hwy 301
moved to Starke 53 years ago. time membership to VFW No.10208. Stewart and Delores Kiegel; a son, Sherman & Clotle Newman of I y
He was mechanic and a member of Ralph A. Hall; two stepdaughters, Hampton; six brothers. Buster
the First Baptist Church of Lawtey. Survivors include his wife Mary Deborah Brown and Patricia Newman of Penn., Donnie Newmanof i !
Survivors include his wife, Helen Theresa Hough Bivins of Jacksonville Staramanino; three stepsons, Jesse, New York, Richard Newman of 468-2624 ,
Thompson; ices Ric Kenny one daughter. Donna J. John Eli and William H. Mobley. Georgia Jerry Bobby & Timmy '
Randy Thompsonthree of tStarke, Bivins; ; one son Michael R. Bivins Jr.; three sisters, Louise Norman Newman of Hampton; five sisters c1 FREE DELIVERY -
Thompson of Lawtey; one daughter, both of Jacksonville; mother, Mrs. Iris Crosby and Odessa Taylor; a Becky of Keystone Heights.Linda of '
Picky! Thompson Miller of Starke; Mildred Geoghagan of Macclenny; brother Owen McRae; 18 grandchildren Gainesville Martha and Beverly of 30 mile radius of Starke :
mother Oaisey Thompson of one sister Mrs. Eula Haynes of and 7 great-grandchildren. Hampton, Jackie of Starke; two I
lawteythree brother Dale Thomp grandchild. Holly Funeral Services were held Friday grandchildren.
son ofl'1nlay.OH.Billy Thompson Johnston Macclenny Bivins; one Jacksonville. .April 10, in George H. Hewell& Funeral services were held in 4 1 t
Gainesville and Gary Thompson of Funeral services were held Son Northside Funeral Home in DeWitt C.Jones Chapel Wednesday SPRING YAROWORK
Houston TX; three sisters Anna Wednesday,April 22,at the chapel of Jacksonville with Rev. Alton Dobbs April 22.with Rev.LeRoy Olive conducting
Mae Sapp and Lena Anderson ofStarke. Town and Country Funeral Home in and Rev. Joseph Benton officiating. the services. Burial was in MAKE IT LAST -
Barbara Jean Jordan of Jacksonville with burial in River- Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery. Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
Lawtey six grandchildren. side Cemetery under the direction of direction of Jones Funeral Home. of Use Pressure Treated Lumber
Funeral services were held Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Card of ThanksThe Starke. at Reasonable Prices
Wednesday April 22, at the First Starke. recent bereavement which
Baptist Church of Lawtey with Rev. has visited our home has brought to Edward Allen i

in David Crosby Brown Lake officiating.Cemetery Burial under was the Thanna Thanna Jewell Jewell Lancaster Lancaster, 38, of us friends.a greater appreciation of our Edward Allen, 60. of Melrose died 2x4x8 . . . 1.96 each

direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Green Cove Springs died Thursday, Such thoughfulness and neighborly Saturday April 18, in Melrose on 4x4x8 . . . 3.99 each

Home of Starke. April Jacksonville 19. 1987 following at Baptist a long Hospital illness.A in. ton.kindenesses can never be forgot which Hwy. 26 he was following struck an by an accident auto. in 2x6x12 . . . 4.99 each

Ernest May Green native of Haysi, VA, Mrs. Lan- The Family of Vila Edenfleld Born in Plant City,Fla.,March 17,
Ernest May Green TO,of Melrose caster attended Russell Baptist 1927 Mr. Allen moved to Melrose in
Gainesville. He
1955 was a
died Friday April 17. 1987 after a Church.
lengthy illness Survivors include her husband Kling Smith Griffis member of Trinity Episcopal
A native of Bradford County. Mr. Larry; three children, Rebecca Kling Smith Griffis, 59, of Starke Church; Army Veteran of WWII;
died Monday April 20, 1987 in V.A. retired County Agent.Duval County.
Medical Center. Gainesville following Survivors include a daughter Cin
a long illness.
06Ef' Amr l' Born in Starke on June 26, 1927 I
Mr.Griffis was a lifetime resident 0''
alert Starke. He was a Veteran of WWII
Navy; retired carpenter and was
Or also of the Baptist faith. ( S
Survivors include one daughter _
Bridget Starling of Starke; three .,- ., -
T'- deepest fresh-water lak. In the world Is Lake Baikal: 5,712 feet. rN..r
sons, Johnny Robert & Danny Grift -


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SAVE$2.00 per square yard on Tarkett save$2minlaid
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Inlaid beauty warranted to last a lifetime. Stop in today for great savings,a free kitchen
design and rearming guide,and a chance to winthe
Extra thick Guardian No-Wax UN'T.c 1987 Kitchen of the Year or$ 001bcaah.
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Griffis Construction Co. 90 Days Sam As Cash *


1 : office Highway 301 OPEN South Starke AFTER :5 I PM' Teal Tile & Carpet

I 964-6633 Mon.-Frl. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. ,0 473-3028 131 N. Cherry Street Starke

'I or Saturday 8 a.m. Noon or 9647423d

oj %4-732 431-1033

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