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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 30, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Outside. Hard N.w..'. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
.. Editorial Pag.'ATh.
It's dry I Be very careful of fire,stresses the Division of Forestry. Social Scan.5-IA 33611-
1 No rainfall has been reported since April 14 in Bradford County. Sport.'-IOA GAINESVILLE
There have been several fires in the area, but the Forest Rangersand lagali (A ; d
Fire Departments quickly put them out. .
Extended 4-day forecast is for the dry pattern to continue. No SECTION Bi 14 Pagat .
chance of rain predicted this weekend. Thursday: sunny,high of 87. Tra.Farmi.IB
Friday: cooler, highs in 70s, lows in SOs with a slight cool front mowIng Navy Mova. .21
through. Saturday: back up into SOs, lows in 60s. Clanlflad' Adi.'-'0.
Rainfall: the 30-year average for April Is 3.23 inches; for May Ar.o Oaalh. The- Sweetest- Strawberries This Side of Heaven
3.37 inches, for June 7.07 inches. Now .r...... -... 109th Ye rTARKE,FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
41st Issue Thursday,April 30, 1987 LISPS 062-7>

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'WtVdFire Assessment on Way to Pay for Garbage Disposal LandfillAugust

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"We're going to pass an ordinancethis 6 p.m. seven days a week, except Commissioners Mosley,E.L. (Nook) assess each residence in the county, to "let us know which direc-
Fire Ant year for a special assessment," holidays. Norman, Joe Riddick and Maxie regardless of ownership. Renters tion we'll be going," said Riddick,
Bait... said Commission Chairman Commissioners will try to prohibit Carter Jr.Mobile. will be required to pay through meaning what type or if a regional
A Fire Ant Bait Sale Is set today Lawrence Mosley, during an April 16 waste from outside the county. higher rents, since property owners dI'!poel, system is recommended.The .
(Thursday, April 30) from 8:30 workshop meeting to go over two There are two solid waste ordinances Home Hunt... will be assessed for the numbers of
a.m. to 4:30: p.m. at the Agriculture new ordinances for solid waste proposed, for residentialand Alvarez said, "we're making good residential homes on the property.The counties are striving to meet
Building on US-301 north in Starke. disposal and control.Commissioners commercial, so that if part of progress in finding mobile homes. amount of the annual assessment stringent rules of the Department of
Price is $4 per pound in one- are tighteningwaste the ordinance is declared unconstitutional Field work will be complete by June has not been determined.Commissioner Environmental Regulation (DER)
pound bags, which compares to $10 disposal rules, and setting the in the future the entire I." Alvarez's office undertook the Joe Riddick said "Test in disposing of garbage and in.
to $12 retail. Still cheaper pricesare stage for a future assessment to pay operation won't be stalled, as task of locating mobile homes in the results from wells will be in hand In operating landfills.Commissioners.
available for quantities of 25 escalating costs of the landfill opera- previously happened. county several months ago, in 60 days..we'll know how much
pounds or more. For more informa tion. Under the proposed solid waste Property Appraiser Jimmy preparation for billing property money is needed." discussed the
tion, see Editorial Page in this edi- ordinances the county landfill on Alvarez, County Attorney Reggie owners under the yet-to-be-written Commissioners expect the 13 future assessment prior to
tion of The Tflitraph. SR-100 two miles west of Keystone Flynn and County Clerk Gib Brown assessment ordinance.The county regional engineering study to workshopping the proposed new
Heights, will be open from 10 a.m. to attended the meeting along with assessment ordinance will provide additional information by solid waste disposal ordinances.

Shrine Parade...

The Starke Shriners annual
parade will form Saturday morning -
May 2, on W. Call Street, proceed Project j
east to US-301, then north on --

301 to Washington Street. ......
The parade is set for 11 a.m. The (
annual chicken dinner be served 'f'
from 11:30: to 2 p.m. at Terwillegar Jo<".l 1. Bid
Motor Co. on Call Street across Try
from the Old Courthouse. oUY'S
Proceeds from the chicken dinnergo
toward Shrine activities.

Demos to Meet... Too Highby

The Bradford County Democratic
Executive Committee is set to meet 4 !
Tuesday, May 5, at 5:30 p.m. jn the gay ti Yaarriswwi.. Buster Rahn
board room of the Starke Center of i BCT Staff Writer
Santa Fe Community College. The lowest of two bids received for
All members are asked to attend. the six phases of the downtown
< renovation projects exceeded
available funds by $129,478, sending
BIIS Alums... engineer Jim Robinson and Grant

The Alumni Association of Brad- Administrator Linda Day back to
the drawing board, to which
see
ford is
High set next Thursday,
items be reduced
eliminated.
May 7, in the BHS library.The can or
Board of Directors meets at n ., Eight contractors paid $30 each
6 p.m. The general meeting is at 7 for plans, on which to base bids;
pm. There's a Scotty's in Starke's Future... however, some local contractors I I

'B'-Books are on Store sale and atMitchell's the Guy Andrews, left,sees off a contingent of Scotty's property acquisition and about 30 of the new smaller hardware stores, which are put in areas were probably interested only in
Drug employees after they visited a new 7,256 square foot Scotty's hardware not large enough to support a big store. The hardware store here will haveno sub-contracting the landscaping
Chamber of Commerce for
be $5, or store site next to the new Winn-Dixie on W. Madison Street in Starke lumber yard. Visiting here were Ken Phillips, property manager for segments of the over-all bid.
can gotten by writing the BHS Plaza.A Scotty's which is headquartered In Winter Park; Wayne Aycock, project
Alumni Association, 581 N. Temple Only two bids were received, and
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. ribbon cutting for the new Scotty's hardware store is already scheduled manager, and Stan Heed, assistant project manager.Scotty's objection was registered upon the
for June 25 at 10 a.m. A help-wanted sign Is already in the window of
has stores all over Florida, except in Miami, and Is submission i ian of the second of those.
Lawtey Spaghetti... the new Scotty's store, part of the former Kawson's store. Into west Florida Georgia and Alabama. expanding
Workmen are putting the final touches on the huge, new Winn-Dixie Columbia Paving, Inc. submittedits
Boy Scout Troop No. 75 of Lawtey store, to be called The Market Place. Guy Andrews projects an opening of Belco Enterprises, a partnership of Guy Andrews and son,Tommy An bid sometime before the 4 p.m.
has set a spaghetti dinner next Friday around June 1 for Winn-Dixie, In background.The drews, has divided the former Rawson's store Into seven smaller units, deadline. The bid by Barcorp, Inc.
May 8, at the Lawtey Elementary Scotty's crew landed In the new parking/ lot.Monday morning on five large units and two smaller stores. The larger units can be divided In.maller was brought in at 4 minutes past the I
School cafeteria: ,JfOm 5-8 P'1:'.. their way to Macon.Scotty's has 130 of its large.40.OOO square foot store' -........ units. Two ar ''ftnted.-and possibly a third. '' 4 p.m.deadline, and the objection "
was registered by the representativeof
Zoning Course... Columbia Paving, Inc.

The first in a series of courses on Project Engineer Jim Robinson j
Zoning and Land Use Managementis Next said the bids had not been "declared I
set at SFCC Starke Center in the HE 7th Grade Going to Middle School Fall, closed," and accepted the Barcorp,
Old Courthouse, May 11, from 7 to Inc. bid.
9:45: p.m. One reason for lack of bidders is
All City and County Zoning Board the unusual type of work required in
members, City and County officials the revitalization project, local
and interested citizens are LE 8th Grade Staying at Lawtey in 88-89 TermTwentynine builders say. No one knows what will
urged to attend. For registrationand be found when the old downtown
other information, call SFCC sidewalks are cut into, they point
Starke Center, 9645382.AllSports seventh graders from opportunities at the Parents attending the LE meeting five portable classrooms have been
Hampton Elementary will attend 800-member student body, middle wanted the 8th graders to remain at built in the past year and excep-- out.Bid
Banquet... Bradford Middle School next fall, school or at an outlying school suchas Lawtey. Hampton parents at the HE tional students remain, literally, in Amounts...
1988-89, and some 50 eighth graderswill BE, HE, or LE. Educators failedto meeting decided the opposite way. closets. The invitation for bids contained 6
The annual banquet of the Brad- remain at Lawtey Elementary convince school board members it Lacking any overwhelming.majority "We should put the limited dollars sections, as listedl.Drainage :
ford High All-Sports Club is set at instead of coming to BMS. makes much difference.Dr. in thinking about where 7th where they will serve the greatest Grading, Paving and
6:30: p.m. Thursday, May 14, in the HE now K-7, going K-6 next fall John Mazzella, middle school and 8th graders would be better off, number of students," said Ms. Chas- Conduit;
new armory at Camp Blanding. and LE, now K-7, going K-8 in the principal, argued the middle school the school board voted 4-1 April 20 to tain. 2.Basic landscaping, decorative
Tickets: $17.50 per couple for a fall of 1988 are the major changes in offers more opportunity and that the let the parents have their way. paving;
steak dinner. grade level structure approved April social inter-action with other View from Lawtey... 3.Landscaping, cross walks, ben-
Guest speaker is Kerwin Bell, 20 by the Bradford school board students and acclimation to the Chastain's Position... Lawtey area board member Cob- ches;
quarterback for the University of after meetings at district schools. larger school are important. New board member Evelyn Chas- by Wainwright stated, at Camp -4.Entrance and Street Signs;
Florida football team. Plus, the board met with ad- Buddy Paterson LE principal, tain cast the opposing vote, sayingshe Blanding, most administrators saidit 5.Project lighting, poles and fixtures
ministrators in a day-long workshopat argued many of the same oppor- prefers grades K-5 at elementary makes no difference whether the ;
Camp Blanding. tunities can be afforded at the schools. Ms. Chastain emphasized students attend LE or BMS. The -6.Additional project lighting,
Summer Jobs... Discussion centered around Lawtey school.Parental she is not saying Lawtey is middle school is overcrowded, Phase II.
whether a seventh or eighth grader any more or less important than
Applications for JTPASummerYouth receives a better education or more Wishes... anywhere else. She pointed out that (See Grades..p.2A) (See Bids Too High..p.2A)
Employment Program will
be available starting Monday, May

4 the Center., at Bradford-Union the local Job Service Vo-Tech Office at Bicycle... Tour Cruises Quietly, Through Starke. for One Night I

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be economically The Bradford High track was dot
disadvantaged, 14 through 21 yearsof ted with tents as a bevy of 150
age, and a Bradford County resi bicyclers quietly visited Starke Fri k I F
dent. For more information, call .
April final of
day night, 24, on leg a _
the Job Service Office; Monday- cross-state round-trip tour of 360
Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 9648092. miles.

The bikers slept on the track In-
field, used the Bradford High field
Humane Society...
house for showers, and took off at
The Bradford Humane Society daybreak Saturday morning on the
meets the first Thursday of each final 86 mile leg to Jacksonville
month at 7:30 p.m. in the First Beach, the starting point. The bikers
Presbyterian Church, opposite the used state roads, such as SR-16, to
hospital. stay off the most traveled roads.
New members welcome at the They returned to Jax Beach via St
next meeting, Thursday, May 7. Green Cove Springs for that reason. ? I I ; ,
Ranging in age from teenagers to 1 lbllhcr';
retirees the group biked 50 to 65
Upcoming... miles per day under the auspices of
the Florida Council of American & 1
The Zoning Board of the City of Youth Hostels. The bike enthusiastscame ,
Starke is set to meet at 7 p.m. from Ottawa, Canada; Union, rte r i ra
Thursday, April 30. Maine; Virginia, Pennsylvania, illinois
-The Strawberry Golf Tourna- and Wisconsin. The majority,
ment is set Saturday May 2, at the however, were from Florida.
Starke Golf & Country Club. There were some speedsters who
Bradford County commissionersmeet averaged 20 miles per hour In racing
at 9:30: a.m. Monday, May 4, style, drafting on each other, one
in the courthouse.The leading for awhile, then another
Lawtey City Commission when one leader tired. .
meets each first Monday at 7:30: An Orlando fireman said he would .. :': ,'''''.l''' : ; >' ,: ;" ':: ; '\ .". '. '
p.m. which is Monday, May 4, in average 12 to 15 miles per hour in a
city Mall. leisurely manner, stopping to look --
The first Tuesday meeting of the whenever he desired. Leaving the AT'V
City Commission of Starke is set at BHS cafeteria, where Explorer Bikers Ease In and Out...
7:30: p.m. May 5. Scout Troop 625 served breakfast, at
The School Board is set to meetat 7:30 a.m. the fireman said he would A glance at the BUS track Friday afternoon noted It dot-
7 p.m. Monday, May 11, at the make Jax Beach by ted with tents. The ISO bikers were a quiet lot. But they
Vo-Tech Center in a pre-budget Some bikers left before daybreakand said some local residents with loud muffler made their
meeting. were long gone by 7:30 a.m.The presence known when the visitors were trying to sleep.
The Brooker Council is set to bikers ranged from novices to Not a trace of the bikers remained after 10 a.m. Satur-
meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday May 12, families who ride bike tours all summer day. Most left before daylight. It was a six-day tour,
in city hall. long. Many of the bikers planned originating and ending In Jacksonville Beach.
The Hampton Council set to to take part In a 100 mile ride In e .
meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, In Jacksonville last Sunday.A ?
city hall. truck accompanied the bikers to
The School Board Is set to meetat haul tents and there were safety'
Brooker Elementary at 7 p.m. vehicles along. Lye Bunden, directorof
Thursday, May 14, In a pre-budget the Florida Council of AYH, coordinated -
information session. tuC tour






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should be finished in

1' The Florida Highway Patrol has Department of Natural Resources details Tallahassee by July 1.

been awarded the former North for disposition.Several entitles No additional personnel will be
.. governmental location, LI.
Florida Emergency Operations at the new
/ for title to the property, necessary staff includes
;: Center at 803 Edwards Road louse competed which Barber says. At present the
Starke,
( including the City of himself: nine
as headquarters for its tri District 45, including Bradford!, was the original grantor of the troopers and one sergeant, five
Defense
wards Road site for Civil clerk, two driver
Baker,and Union Counties. dispatchers, one
,... use., Other competing agencies, license employees,and a custodian.
r i The 4,400 square foot building,appraised besides the FHP, were the Game Depart-& Available space in the new location
at$206,033 by the State, was ment of Transportation,the is about double that of the buildingnow
the
constructed in 1961 to house North Fresh Water Fish Commission,and In use on 301-N, Barber says
r'' r Florida Military Department
Florida Area Civil Defense headquarters
{
Commission
l
serving 18 counties. It hat the Bradford County
been vacant since December 1984 for use by the Sheriff Department hearing The Edwards Road building has
out four of Its Following an administrative generator and
Florida phased
when gas-operated
its own
last fall, the property
CD centers, leaving only in Tallahassee underground propane
five regional to the Florida two large
one,in West Florida,to serve that was awarded storage tanks,an internal"well'for
area if needed in time of any Highway Patrol. radio communications, and a160foot
emergency threatening the State LJt. Winston Barber, post commander radio tower. The tower at
FHP headquarters
\.. e 1 1 capital at Tallahassee. ,says of Starke that most of the local the 301 location not be is moved 260 feet to and the new will

( After being closed for Civil work on the property interior, including and site probably because of the cost involved,
building's
the
Defense purposes,the building pass painting for FHP although Barber says a final decision
i ed to the leasing division of the modifying available space, and that has not been made In this mat
completed
been
has
use,
Department of Community Affairs, work and other ter.
s and was later transferred to the the necessary paper


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Scholarship Started... float (In an ocean H them was one big enough to hold it."What's

The Santa Fe Community College Endowment Corporation tile test three cwtcstanls In th* annul StrawberryBeauty
Board of Directors and the Starke Jnnior Pageant each year are. from left to right:
scholarship Awards CmniiUe Head Eveira Cnastain. Dr. Bernard "
established major new
Women's Club have ?
and representatives presented the first check far McFaMc of SFCC. and Sandra Crawford. 1MT for not losing weight
excuse
the fund this week. Jnuor W__'. Clnb- Strawberry Queen Pageant your

Accepting the first donation for the Strawberry Coordnuur. .
Queen Scholarship",which will award college funds to ..



. Teachers Reappointed for 8788Teacher ; Excuse #18: ,

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Father DeSue Lavon Drives "I love to eat.
reappointments were announced Theodore Ramsey. Cynthia Ross. Freeman food
Forman Anna wonderful
Deborah
April 20 by Supt.Jim Dun Patricia Shackelford. Edith Shaw. Charlotte Frees Elaine Gnffis. ,yi. r Go right ahead. Because Weight Watchers has created a ..
with little John Slater ,, foods-from pizza to pasta.
can and approved comment Estherlania Simmons. Janet Gunning. Donna Hartley, that lets enjoy all your favorite
by the Bradford School Board. Daniel Smith Keith Tetstone.David Deborah Hull. Evelyn Kittles, Annette plan dish of you ice cream and still lose weight faster and easier than ever.
board Wbitebead even a
Questioned by school Tees Donna Tew John McClelland Elizabeth
members Supt. Duncan said-there and Kathryn Wilson. McLeod. Theresa Patterson. Vicki

are 8-10 annual contract teachers Powell Willie Mae Randolph. Barbara
who were not reappointed in areas Reddish. Ernestine Register, needexcuses
On Con won't
Currently
Teachers
where improvement need to be Janine Sellers Eddie Joyce Sexton You
Frank Ab-
made. tinuing Contract: Jean Shroeger, Debra Stephens
Those' personnel reappointed. by dulls Linda Bennett George Emma Strong Joyce Tetstone

category,are: Bowen Michael Brunetti. Judy Patricia Wainwright. Lynn Ward, with
Clark Anna Clayton. William Dey. Maurice White Suzanna Williams
Annual Contracts: Scott Allen Becky Dunlap Carolyn Dyal. Brenda Sharon Aaron. James Brownlee,
Arvil Birchfield, Marlene Brown Famsworth.Julia Grift..,Carole Denmark Robert Eddins
Armarene Chandler, Lanier Clyatt, Hardin Donald Hardy Melba Carolyn Nancy Folsom, Joy Goodall.
Clarence DeSue, Charlotte Dur- Johnson Lisa Kelly Geraldine Odessa'Hamilton. Darlene Hobbs,
Edwards, Kathy George Loper.Jeanne Loper. Watchers@ new
rance, Thomas Lewis Brenda Johnson.Jacob Judson Tina Wet
Gaines, Jennifer Griffin Cindy Kathy Norman. Susan Norman McRae.Dorothy Moore.Carol Redding ,
Hoskinson, Laurie Hubbard Rebecca : James Peronto. Julia Rippbnger. .Helen Shuford.Susan Starling
Jones Dorothy Keith Linda Jess Sandberg. Linda Sheffield. Lopez
Marilyn Verunac, Nancy
King Carol McLeod, Lynn Marshall Donna Smith Lorraine Smith. McCtellan. Mindy Seville r Start

Beth Moore, William Otte. Virginia Walkup. Annie Williams, Sheila Brooke,Norma Jean Clark,
Chris Sanders, Charles Simpkins. Nancy Brewer Nova Bright. Claire Claudette Kathryn Frees. Mildred Galanos, n2Wck
Chester Simpson Diane Simpson. Brunetti Edythe Combs Bill Earselene Zimmerman
Chris Suavely. Diane Snow. June Costello Stanley Crawford. Harold Joseph Watson Alvarez'Oscar Davis, imProlf .
Stegall, Kathryn Struth. Kerry Cunningham, Nancy DeDt n. toe Edna. Harrington Greg Donald Hoverson. Y',t !

Swan Tracy Torode, A.A. Twist Diggs Linda Harreil. Romey Harris Bud Hudson. James Lewis, Mary C U2ram.
Alice Faye Waters, D.M. Weston Theresa Holiday David Hurse. McCloud. Donald McKee, Anne J.

Deborah Woodfin and Lila E.Yawn- Jerry McGnff. Barbara O'Brian. _'_,_I____. Rebecca Reddish. Paula -
Bonghi. Mary Osborn Virginia Paulus Register Delia Rosenberg, Jeffrey Second,we have a new, optional exercise plan that
DinaPetrella, Sandra Sanders. Schafer Martha Smith David Never before have we offered you a more complete walk-jog-run-cycle or swim,.all at your own
Professional Services Contract Olivia Scott. Michael Sexton. M. faster and easier lets you
Smith. .Sandra Thomas, Walter program or one that promises
Rick
Smith, Wanda Smith. pace.
Recommendations: Sandra West ott. Patsy Lawson, Julie weight)loss! delicious food plan plus the group
Thomas Robert Add to this our
Charles Ball, Susan Stephens Gladys Ramona Start Plus Plan offers two
Stephen Acree, Miller. Melody Kirkland. Our new. improved Quick get Irom our staff and
Ann Baker and understanding you
Virginia Thorpe, John Whales and Allison Al- weight more support
Bennett, Lynn Berry Barbara Jordan. Sybil Gay totally new concepts that will make losing like
yourselfyou'll
Heck Sonya Baldree other members just
Carol Gnann.Stacy look better
Boucher
You'll not only
Sarah Jones, John Lundquist Blackshear,Donna Brewer Carolyn jets. rewarding than ever before. This weight loss program is positively the perfect
Dee Canova. Carol Clark. eel( better too. for NOT
Mongol Gregory Marshall. Canova, to excuse you ever had
Shirley Administrative reappointmentswere Plan that helps answer every
Ronald Reagan,. Lisa Reddish Sandra Duncan Charlene E niS. also approved April 20 for the First,we've added a Self-Discovery losing weight.
Phyllis Bother, Lew Welge and Mary Agnes Hamilton.Ferguson.Iva Dorothy Jean 1987-88 school year. you change the things in your lift you want to change You'll say:Hello Weight Watchers!Goodbye Excuses!
Joan
Ulysses Woods. Nitsch. Annual contract administrators: most in order to control your weight.
Harreil.Kathy Hobbs Alice Hudson Michael Hartley Steven Miller NOW YOU CAN
Shirley Johnson Thelma Knight ,
Teachers, Currently'Holding Vicki McKinney Laurie Miuuns, Jerry Petrella.Kelly Richards. z $
administrative contracts
Janet Neighbors Susan Nichols. Three-year FOR ONLY
Prof. Services Contracts: Verna Schmidt.Brenv : Rick Eztell. Henry Greene, 4' JOIN
Prevatt,
Bess Abdulla' Shirley Bagwell Terri Taylor Myrna Lou Nurse, Mary Ann Kyle Regular prices:
,Nor- da Stroud Carolyn Fee $1400
Boyett
Brenda Barber, Cheryl Linda Wayne McLeod. Bill McRae Registration
ma Cunningham Cindy Devalerio, Ernestine Tbompkins. Elaine Dolores Morgan John Arthur Reddish 4 First Meeting FeeTOTAL S 7X152MH
Ellen Day Debra Flynn Eoline Tougaw, Monterey Wasdm, Charles Thomas Eugenia )
Cook.
Gail
Green, .Vlrinla(' Gl'egg-Sn-Itb.: Wood. Debbie Bigham. Jackson Whitehead Burney Winkler. { r Madeline Miller-Pineda YOU SAVE'11.00NEW
Erzell, Dorothy
Geraldine Griffis, Donna Hamilton, Lauie Presently bolding continuing contracts Area Director
Metvin
William King Janine Cyndee Lawrence Lynn Millard
Terry Ivey administrators:
Kish, Donald Kurts Arlette Love, Susan Scott Carole Joan Stevenson.Watson, Brown.as Charles E. Francis DeweyB. AND RENEWING MEMBERS:PLEASE CHECK IN 15 MINUTES EARLIER THAN LISTED.

Jim Love,' Joan McKinney, Robin Marilyn Vellenga. Stanwu-Hay, McKinney. Jesse J. Moore, Leonard
Denise Adams Peggy
McNelley, Evelyn Maycumber.
Larry Powell: Jimmy Prevatt, Robert Austin.Betty Ana Chapman Register.

STARKEfirst


. Grade Chang: United Methodist Church

said Chairman & Jefferson Streets
recommendation Walnut
tA) but when he heard administrator at your .
from Page HalL
Rodney
"As long as they can get an adequate Camp Blanding to attend the say middle there school is no "Well, let me tell you. I'd prefer Tuesday: 7 p.m.IE .

education at Lawtey, that'swhere reason socialization... sixth graders in the elementary
I want them," Wainwrightsaid. except The system needs the support of schools. But I cannot justify the and impact

the parents. Schlcf man pointed ore cafeterias.on elementary"said Supt.buildings Duncan. RAN OUT OF EXCUSES!'
YOU JUST
.
Duncan Ameliorates.. Duncan's Surprise... student WEIGHT WATCHERS
the exceptional
of '
Ms.Chastain's point is well taken Jim Duncan's recommendation Impact law has on.wa.r-awwa nrarw..rwiwr..._.. ar.w "ra"'- "I
When Supt. required by state --' TOLL FREE Of\f\ 9155
said Supt.Duncan,adding he knows appeared on the April 20 program =::::::-.:::=: __ JL"Ovlvf"342-
classroom OIIC FLORIDA
placed elementary space """' ""' --- IN
where There she's are coming good from.points"on both agenda, it caught the school board at a premium.Supt.Duncan pointed ;.t"w". :wwu: : ;.wa"" !.:.

sides, Supt.Duncan said. by""I surprise didn't realize from our last out.
noaru member Len SchJofman .
said he agreed with Ms. Chastain, discussion, you were ready to make t- -- ,1




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What to do Now_ ROBERTS'INSURANCE] ,
(from. page 1A) Ms. Oay said Enginer Robinson 1 independent

will study the bids and make a Complete Insurance Service i e YouR

eatarrblr Ierc4Np recommendation at the next : insurance AGENT
Parti $42173 130S.2MM.SM meeting of the city council,scheduled ,. : ,4', ff-
Tuesday.. May 5- .. 4arlVtt! rOy Ilarr
ears 4.000 In the Jne'lnti.the Department .:: $." .' .:; ,.... '
PartiPart: .",too ",' of Transportation has been replacing PHONE QUOTES ; .

4 U.OOOU3M q,001rsA sidewalks last week,on the toner : .. ,:'j..,: .
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Vo-Tech CoursesChild

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Birth/Parenting Department of Corrections Personnel Community Band:MOI1da 'tI g11Ji.!
Ij Preparedness: Begins week of May : Begins May 4. Time: 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Fee: $15 per emester..
11. Free. Open to mothers and Free. Child Care Certification "''.Teat:
fathers-t.be. If you are expecting Computers for Beginners: Begins May 13. Time: '*:30 'p.m. ;Fee:
and would like to know more about May 4, ends May 20. Time: 7 p.m. Free. This test is for people im-
child birth and care,this Is the class Fee: $20. terested in working in a day care
for vou. Beglnnlnr Cake Decorating: center.
30. Fee: $15. Time: 7 Students are asked to visit the Vi-
First Aid: May 18, ends May 28. p.m.CPR Tech Center and pre-register far
C Time. 7 p.m. Fee: Free. : May 11 and May 14 Time: 7 classes. For additional :information,
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first... MONDAY TUESDAY

I These member .f the BUS IIMJ lean WM Bblack.
superlative awards_their frrUrmzmc*Hum seaM. I. the rear from left to right: Mike Blalock, Shaun
From '.ft t. rirM tm ,...*: .....,. SbirUs awl Urd... dt and Mike Davie.

Tlvo Piece Fish Dinner $2.39 "

I Hi-Q Team Makes it to Semi-finals



ByMarkFrirdlia m"r- .."Writer The JIII5.81leam virtually rewrote Mike Blalock was voted as junior .' SUNDAY &' WEDNESDAY
the record book to Hi-Q teams at varsity MVP.
The Hi-Q team of Bradford High BUS incfeKfing the best start with six L
School went to the Florida high wins in their first six matches' the The "Rookie of the Year" award AllYouCanEatCountryStyle
School Academic Tournament at lie longest wig streak and the most went to Holly Shields.
Walt Disney World complex April points scored including a total of 33O
1113. m a meet at Branson and 324 in the The"Most Improved"award wentto Fish Dinner $3.99Dining
BHS made it to the semMuwls
dntrict tournament. Rick Smith, and Senior Lisa
before Josing out. BUS team Blalock and Kathi Roach, a 1984 Room Service OnlySERVlitTAR
members are Lisa Blalock. Shana Lisa Blalock. was voted varsity BHS graduate, were both inducted
Blom Mike Davie. Holly Sbaetds. Most Valuable Player. into the Hall of Fame.
Shawn Schmidt,and James TncfceL
The team was accompanied by
Coach Stanley Crawford and BItS
Reading Specialist Evelyn
Maycumber who acted as a fudge in
the tournament.
All of the contestants received
three-day passes to both Disney
World and Epcot Center. A state

for Department two-thirds of Education of the room grant paid and Get the Edge on Great Savings

meals and BHS team raised the rest
of the money. Terwillegar donated
the transportation for the team to
travel. Now Thru Sat., May 932Gallon

Forty-tour school districts par:
ticipated. Highlands County won
Division Two in which BHS com " "' GENERAL ifij1 ELECTRIC

peted.
The tournament ends the BUS Hi- SiliconeHCaulkSealant
Q season. "For our first experience
Roughneck .
in the tournament we did quite ,

well." says Coach Crawford .f Trash Can : s Weatherproof and insulates glass,metal, ,,,

me rules ivr this tournamentwere Toughest,most durable trash container avail. 4/ Qqy rubber,wood,ceramics.Won t crack,chip or
different than BHS was accustomed able.Tight-fining lid locks in odors.2894 f. peel.Clear or white.10.3 oz.
to, Crawford says.but the V #sooo,10 $ 99.. M '. '
team handled both the imfamiliarrules w 4
as well as the additionalormsuro '" $999 SPECIAL PRICE '\\I' r
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of a state tournament, SPECIAL PRICE Less mfr. mail-In rebate. . $2.00 I \ '\, #. .
Coacn Crawford says. Less mfr. mail-In rebate.$2.00 / I

All of the underclassmen are look 1J
ing forward to competing i in the tournament $799 SSC 'f{
again next year. Crawford Cost after mfr. rebate 1//'..:
Cost after mfr. rebate ,Wa..m Rebate/limit:4 per household 5IOS2.3
say.. i&
The team will lose seniors Lisa

Blalock, Mike Davie. and Shawn "OfllHO ,
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Schmidt.The : '
1-Gal. Triox* RUST OLEUMi
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Bradford High-Q team was ,
Paint
, honored at their awards banquet = Vegetation Killer Spray
held at the Western Steer i Use indoors and outdoors to protect wood and metal /
I Prevents plant growth around driveways fences,walks,
Steakhouse.The surfaces.Gloss black or white. 12 oz. 7779.92
I few up to one year.Applies easily with waier can.Treats
guest speaker at the banquetwas I j 300 sq ft#4305 inn $"" 39SPECIAL
John Dennis commissioner of
\. the lli-Q district, which stretcbrs PRICE $999 m SPECIAL PRICE .5'185.7
1 from West Nassau to Cedar Key.including -

Bradford County. ,... ., hudson GENERAL. ELECTRIC c&[,
Dennis told the big crowd at the
banquet room that one of the most '''"' 2-Gal. 4-Pack Inside Frost
: Poly Sprayer
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important aspects of the Hi- erg
1 was the emphasis on .. Conoswnresistanttranslucent polyethylene tank. 36" Light Bulbs
academics as opposed to athletics.: :! vinyl hose and 14*rotating extension provide easy aim Medlum-base, general purpose lamps. 40W,60W,75W
r "We all have seen! in recftlt'ean ;, and reach.Nozzle adjusts from mist to long-range spray. Tj or 100W.#13255,41026.30.4
the growth of the athletic departments # 0132 _
$
4149
at local high schools and I'm 99 per4-pack

I all for that" Dennis said. "A successful k-- SPECIAL PRICEOscillating.U nisei SPECIAL PRICE U .S'IID>.M. ,.82
football or basketball program
f does great things for community SERUI55TR
pride and recognition and _:t-I: ,,:=m
I spirit within the school itself. But in ,:, Sprinkler 1

recent years some schools have got ,, .. ,.' & Gun 100' ClotheslineBeat
ten from a balanced empfcasu ; : : Aqua ,
away ,
#7 cotton blend clothesline. Solid braided,
between academics and aU ebl1 I.>-'. Best quality oscillating sprinkler waters up to 3,600 sq.ft.. quality 43224
resistant
low stretch abrasion high strength.
The original purpose of forming Hi- 72 patterns.Aqua gun features mist to jet,fan and flower r'
address that im b_ --- spray.Water saver dial.#364O Ott
Q was to ,
t and I think we have made a good '. $12 99 Both $599
SPECIAL PRICE
start in that direction. The competition "' SPECIAL PRICE s.llf13 p"c" 4
level among the teams. wtlhui

this district, including BHS. is very ---;- "'11" CHAR-BROIL
high and getting better each year.

Mr. Stanley Crawford has been instrumental Rabbit Netting"26's2Y Tabletop Gas Grill
i in this effort and we are
all grateful for his hard work and roll of galvanized 20 gauge wire.1"mesh along Heavy.duty aluminum top and bottom,with 187 sq. in.
dedication to his students.** bottom 12*,2"mesh above.Economical garden Sturdy steel legs fold for carry ing. 12.000BTU.AMIO
"The students gifted i in academics 1W0tecf1on. I $""
need to be recognized for their $ 99 995

achievements just as much as the SPECIAL PRICE 3 SPECIAL PRICE .SII1H
athletes," Dennis continued. ""Our 'srevs
in this school need
priorities system
1UIII&-KlllrM: :
\ to be on academics.Companies who __ 7'I.A" .
hire the workers of tommorow. on 1 HeavyDutY.Electric
all levels, are looking at a
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Plastic
Eager/Trimmer
graduates' educational program. Landscape Border
They don't check to see if you went .v &'" *2Or black. semi-rigid polyethylene for edging lawns, e 8*blade out neat'"trench along walks,driveways.'. 1#
to a school with a big football pro walkways,driveways decorative areas. Flexible easy to 4V*"wheels for easy maneuvering,adjustable/ side .
that doesn't mean anything w,. c inatatt.LB520a handle for control.DoubleInsulated.. .
gram
to them. They are looking. for s $ 99 .8224 ripJ&499
academic achievement. E SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE
Dennis praised the invorrment of 115'11II1' .srOelidssNaldales5rat
local parents and BHS faculty in the

Hi-Q program saying they were"invaluable" s .
for support and encouragement (..........4te3tffs Bay Mot soocfc 28.... __ _
of the students who 4'
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compete on the team. teas aid
tans
cany arty.\
The BHS Hi-Q team is coached by
Stanley Crawford a BHS faculty
member. CentersSERVIST
Dennis congratulated Crawford
and the members of the team which
had an outstanding_saws with the ACME HARDWARE&

third best team in the history of the
conference a season which included
BUILDERS SUPPL'We
wins over much bigger schools.In .
discussing the season
Crawford recalled the mono of the
301 East Call StreetSTARKE
team -"Before Honor. Hunubty.!
.We wanted very badly to brine can help
the championship to BHS this season
but we came up just short in a very
tough final" Crawford said. -l can:
tell you this.No group of young people
has ever been so committed" to
bringing honor to their school this
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far fastest thane), Claude Prevatt. S.R. Hicks Edwin Smith
This. time 3S years age aU Startle was Icy snsorhig far ks and Earl Motley.
Centennial CelebraUoi earing die week ef 50...ISS7."Brothers .
May ..
Winners various categories of the Bent Beard Contest arenirtnred
.f tile Brash" wire radag again th e M see wfcceuld at far leftfront row) James Watson, ugliest; Carr
grew the meet......... set.f wk....... mm* the Mien CeUey, whitest; J.E. Sherwood fanciest. (Back( row) S.R.
were putting the flnfahiag tmmr rt t.their absires aw* .... Hicks bushiest; Ewell Lawson blackest; Jimmy Sullivan, red-
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Will Conduct Seminars Here
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Slow Down Please Several seminars on subjects of topical concern and interest will be

..... For Horse and Rider presented in Starke during the next two months by the Santa Fe Community
.0 Please BOLO Be On Lookout) fell'dI shone College Institute ef Government. Following is a schedule of the upcoming
and rider on or near YOUR road seminars winch will be held at the SFCC Starke Center.

way) The horse and rider are not always May II-First session in series on Zoning and Land Management,weekly
familiar with each otter eausmg them to
on Mondays,through August 3,7 to 9:45:
be of well p.m.
Becoming More wary each other as as approaching
Zoning traffic. Sometimes there is a Seminar Effective
May on Writing (memos letters public information
nowhere else to ride or the SIde of the roadis releases,etc. For elected officials governmental bureau staffs, etc. 9
the only way to get to a wooded area to aja.to4p.in.

Complex as Florida Grows ride. Jane 4->Workshop on Aids: offered for police officers, correctional officers ,

You could save a life or two if you would ,and health related personnel 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

I only slow down enough to be able to stop m June 11 Risk Management Insurance Course (self-insurance for
In the matter of land use planning and The zoning course that was presentedhere case the horse decides to run out in front of employee" group and public employees) 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
zoning the realities of the "real world" you. The rider does not always have com
successfully several ago was
years control of so large an animal should 4 For farther information call SFCC Starke Center, 964-5382.
might as well be faced head-on. well attended and proved to be lunge
onto the road,shy away from a doc.
From here on out, with property beneficial for those who took advantageof or an unseen "boogieman" in the hnshrs, ,
It is that the You don't Dave to DIow'OUI'bora either '
becoming more scarce and more this opportunity. hoped could very wen be yours that you save pound horse is not like hitting a small
valuable all the time, and the purposefor course starting May 11 will be equally I'm I've seen you long before you to got up to me.by when yon slow down and get mto the other animal, you could end up with the rider
aware are going pus.1Jut;
which the owner wishes to use it well received by all city and county zon- blowing you horn so loudly you could lane to pass them. If you are driving and horse in the car with you and all of you
your I
well and toward them rather than coming up from in the DITCH- DEAD!
city
board members as as
becoming more varied, more environmentally ing cause the horse to do any number(crazy
down and be SLOW
behold then Just slow DOWN, PLEASE 1 1Nanci
and citizens
commissioners things like out IB front of or
jumping you
threatening and more county
prepared to stop rf the rider were to lose Benckowsky
throwing me off. The life of the bone and
complicated, zoning will become more concerned with long-range developmentof Me and control ef the horse. Hitting a thousand Star Route,Hampton
rider are valuable. So is your st
in this period of unprecedented -
controversial and require more atten- our county

tion and more knowledge of the basics growth.

than ever before.

Another zoning factor to be reckoned County Agent's.Notebook -- Bradford by Bobby County Taylor Agent : ,

with is the formation and interpretationof

a new Comprehensive Land Use plan Jim Smith 'NomInated'For
which all Florida counties have been As summer approaches the preparation Garden Insects disturbing the surrounding earth. Insects
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and care you've given your vegetable in this category are best controlled with In-
mandated by the State to prepare and / garden will really be put to the test. I say .. "
'State secticide
Reptile'The s-.. adopt by the end of this decade. Com- this because insect problems at Ibis tune DIaz naa would be a good dIoi ce. garden centers.
plicating this mandate even more is the of year can be quite senous. Summer m One thing I don't want to do is encourageyou
fact that the county plan must be com- loudest legislative laugh of the our area provides the beat and hunudtty oo The insects which five in the soil are a to use pesticides if you really don't

patible with a regional comprehensiveplan current session was touched off Mon- which insects thrive. And without adequate different matter because it's hard to reach need to. While a preventative spray program ..
and also state day when Rep. Michael Friedman, a control. pests can destroy your them with sprays Cutworms simply cut might be essential in a large scale
comprehensiveplan
a rden.
with a keen sense of sa young vegetable plants off at the soil sun commercial operation, you can usually
Democrat
designed to insure orderly growth all the time and effort you've face Mole Crickets tunnel through the soil deal with insects in the backyard gardenon
management in one of the fastest grow humor, as well amendment as a sense that of justice would put Very into soon your garden should begat to pay: in the root none, feeding on the roots and an "as needed" basis.

ing states in the Union. introduced an oft in delicious fresh rentable That m.sf
have given Jim Smith the dubious Yuan get toyo crops before the farfrts
This challenge should not deter any honor of being named "state reptile". do. All the care you've given. your in Bradford
civic-minded person, interested in the vegetable garden up till now will be meaningless Forestry County

orderly growth and well-being of Friedman (with tongue in cheek) if insect are allowed to rob you of

his/her town and county from being sought to amend a bill that named the your common week I will talk abcIuItthe I
willing to serve on these Florida's official most and bothersome bugs By DavldW.Norton
all-important American alligator as
find 'vegetables and o0er Time for Summer Camp
county and city zoning boards. Although state reptile. His amendment some advice on on tier control. Bradford Count Forester I

such service may subject one to called for removing the words s.aa.r and the end of school are just a
The insects you need to worry about in junior high schools to attend the camp tier
criticism for an unpopular decision- "American alligator" from the bill, the weeks ahead are divided Into two few weeks! away.Applications are now being sions at no cost. This experience .u Invaluable -
is a civic duty that must be performedand and substituting the name of broad categories. There are tlmsr whteta accepted for the Division of Forestrywarner for teachers participating or Interested '

should be performed in an Florida's former Attorney Generaland live and do their damage above ground. camp at Wtthlaeoocbee State in teaching environmental
enlightened and conscientious manner.It ex-Democrat Jim Smith, a party and those which Jive in the sod anabather. Forest Environmental Center near science to their students; it presents opportunity
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the roots and lower stems of vegetables.The BrooksviOe. to observe techniques In outdoors
is fortunate, thereforeparticulary switcher now serving RepublicanGov. most above ground include instruction.
common pests June 14 _
The dates UBS are
year
at this timethat a one night per week Bob Martinez as "chief of staff Leaf Miners Army Worms. Spider throat*camp August 13 with attendance at the Separate living facilities are providedfor

course of instruction in good planning for Internal affairs". Mites Flea Beetles and Aphtds.Cutworms anti _.......Smiled students ages boys and girls at the environmental
this and Mole Crickets top the list of belowground Activities include the study center at the Wit iacoochee,
and zoning will be offered in com- II Itareugh 17. 113,000-acre
munity by the Santa Fe Community Col- In arguing for his amendment villains. Leaf Miners titmnr theyburrow .f asr.....water plants and animals,map State Forest. Air-conditioned dormitories,
amid gales of laughter from the in between the transparent s&efls- and compass contest canoeing theWiulacaoc&ee house the 80 students who attend each
lege starting Monday night, May 11, 7 to House, Friedman accused Smith of bran on the top and bottom surfaces of River and hiking the forest week. There are separate recreation
9:45 and continue each Monday the leaves as they feed.They eat the irks{ broken down and
p.m. acting like a chameleon during the mea' trails.The study giimps( are buildings a fully-equipped dining hall
thereafter tissue, leaving the -. under the guidance of pro- where three hot, well-balanced meals
through August 3. which by ages an are are
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political
last campaign, switching then look like tiny window. fesBMnal foresters and college students served each day.
A fine show of support for this much colors to meet the expediency of the Worms youll Cndin your BtflH-g esnrirenmental science their
needed in is shown the that sometime The Army The $90 fee for the program covers Insurance
course zoning by moment. "It seems garden are the same as those you're...- career: field.Recreation
fact that both the City and the County between the time he signed up to run bably all too familiar with in your lava fedndes swimming fishing materials., meals A 130 non-refundable lodging and teaching deposit

have agreed to pay all fees for atten- (for Governor) as a Democrat and They; feed on plant foliage and attack a .sIth.nsoccer,b.aket6.upmg-pon and must accompany the initial application ,

dance at the course by members of the the time the election was held, he had variety of crops. field games.Guest speakers at the weekly with the balance of $60 payable at camp.

County and City Zoning Boards, as well kind fallen down 'into the grass, like Spider Mites aren't really Inserts sn casmnre' programs are from various For additional information or applica-
as the County and City Commissionswho a reptile, and as the environment fact as the name suggests.tteyTeagsaJry ,Gelds d the environment. forestry anda.oarla. tion call the Bradford County Forester at
964-6230 ext. 219
write Forest
.. or Education
have the ultimate responsibility for seemed to change, he changed accordingly more closely related to sotdes .They're Supervisor,Division of Forestry,3125 Con-

upholding or overruling the decisions of ," Friedman said. He came an tiny inch pests long.* They gather more man sus a the fiftieth undersides "- A.-I special program concentrating ner Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32301; (904)
out the other side as a totally different
their appointed zoning officials. on of plant leaves and teed sa Gentry and logy concepts being 488-7000.
color. the leaves with ofaed adII week ks addition to the enprogram. Please send
also the in
The course is open to public your application as soon
When Informed about the debate out the plant vk.awenbl. Each one-week
and f""g:
mouthparts
credits for as possible, especially if you require a
and is for three college
good over his status Smith wryly observed Juices. Because they're se snuil,yeses may apeaaI prestam. ses.ioa aaaiItS of field specific week In which to attend As school
those who can use this bonus benefit. It until start to "I'm a Seminole- a Gator". not notice: them they tans begins wind up for the year many of the
will also be of special interest for sawnin.a tam of a forest orchard where
He didn't deny the charge of being a severe damage.Aphidssometi weeks begin to fill-up as well- so don't
... produced aad the opportunity to
are
realtors and others delay,or you'll
developers erg dismayed Enjoy a sum
alas
political chameleon.Astranautt messyfled plant Bee. ... !wildfire fighting eqmproent first
ed in activity associatedwith land teat a-...... mer at camp learning what makes the outdoors
any cause damage by pierring _.. .""odentswiOabo won Division tick and don't bring watch with
: out plant>iices.Flea Beetles are Sf Fill passant. to direct.areas in your
use -- -- -- -- ---- --_._- chard bisects which cawje .....,. py Jour
chewing: small boles In vegetable! ..... 1artAI -
Use.1-- aim ear ..ha.....longsestedgeby- r

All this sound discouraging. ... ....... will test their (
fortunately may In actually: fairrjr easy and. inexpensive ysl.... a land use plan for the en-
to control above mood \peAs vtn.m ra1evatsr'A
that threaten vegetables Ysor ga .. three Thar*ar*1.678,815 Smiths
rfl- third apeei prepam enables In the United States.
center should have number asset
Jrsllna. .".earth may gstt to "* ilt**" M"lllM and .uns.ts in Iw my-tour ...... sprays to kill foliage feeding ..... IIIactI8n: sack week from middle aDd


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Exchange Wedding VowsPaula fTocial ,


Green of Brooker and John
Gregory (Greg) Wilkinson of
Raiford were married at 2:00: p.m. ide of the news
February 21, 1987 at the Church of
God in Starke with Rev. Alton Col-

eman conducting the ceremony.The e Weddings Club News Social Events
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. DeRitch Green of Brooker.The Receptions Church New Births

groom Is the son of Mr.and Mrs.
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J.L. Wilkinson of Raiford.
Decorations for the rostrum In-
cluded an arch candleabra flankedon Church News I
either side by beautiful live arrangements -
on pedestals consistingof Gospel Sing Set Easter; 523 people gathered at the Church of God. Mrs. Miller is an accomplished -
white gladioli, daisies and pink ( .. church for Bible Study and 43 shut- pianist.
carnations, spiral candleabra For Church of God ins were involved in the church's Bible Bring your family and friends to

decorated with greenery, silk dief- Of Prophecy, Inc.A Study in their homes for the these special service! ,..
fenbachia, Boston Fern and ficus r .9 wL' grand total of 526. Over 600 people
trees. A kneeling bench completedthe gospel sing featuring the Kings attended the two Sunday morning Student ChaplainTo
decorations. Family pews were Kids is set for Saturday, May 2 at worship services at the church. Speak Before
marked with white bows. 7:30: p.m. at the Church of God of Pastor Ben Bryant said concern-
Nuptial music was provided by l Prophecy Inc. ing the historic attendance, "It did Bradford Baptist
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Mrs. Stephanie Griffis playing the J : Pastor W. T. Laney invites not happen by accident! It was the Rusty Smith, son of the Bradford
piano and Mindy Hersey and Ell :rt everyone to come on out.The churchis result 'Of prayer, faith and hard Baptist Church pastor, is scheduledto
Hersey performing solos. located at 2138 N. Temple Ave. in work. It happened by the grace of speak at the church Wednesday

Sondra Green, the bride's sister, s Starke. God." evening May 6, at 7:30: pjn.1
served as maid of honor. Bridal attendants Together with his fiance they wii
Senior Adult :
Day & Bake Sale
were Monica Green, sisterof Rummage present a message and sing.
the bride and Brenda Mundorff, To Be ObservedAt Planned at Lawtey Rusty was recently chosen as stu-
sister of the groom. They wore mat First BaptistThis dent chaplain at Tennessee Temple
Church of GodA
ching dresses of pink satin with a University and will speak before ap-

sweetheart neckline, princess It'ee A Sunday (May 3) is a day of Rummage & Bake sale is planned prox. 5000 students each week.
seams, short shirred puff sleeves, a v y r esy recognition and appreciation of at the Lawtey Church of God Everyone is invited to attend!.
basgue waistline with a full skirt. 4 SP. Senior Adults at the First Baptist Saturday, May 2, from 8:30: a.m. to
Their headpieces were a band of Church of Starke,an annual celebra- 3:00: p.m. Seventh-Day Adventlst
pink flowers. They carried nosegaysof ter R tion of the church. The church located on US 301 To Host Education Day
pink roses and daisies with pink + All Senior Adults are invited to bea South.
streamers.The part of a special choir that will Saturday, May 2, the Starke
flower girl was Jessica Mun rehearse at 9:45: a.m. in the church Special Services Set Seventh-Day Adventist Church will

dorff, nice of the groom. She wore a fellowship hall and will sing during For Lawtey Ch. of God be celebrating "Education Day".
pink lace dress with puffed sleeves the 11 a.m. worhsip service in the The emphasis of this annual event is
and a dropped waistline accented sanctuary.The The public is invited to hear Rev. Christian Education. Pastor Randy
with a bow. Her headpiece was a 1 1f' church will provide a free Roy Miller at two special services Mills is set to speak at the 11 a.m.
band of pink flowers. She carried a lunch at noon for all Senior Adults planned for May 3 at Lawtey Churchof service on the importance of
basket ink petals. who worship in either the 8:30: or 11 God. The services are set for 11 religious education in the home, the
The brie, escorted to the altar by o'clock morning worship services. a.m. and 6 p.m. church and the school. His sermon
her father, wore a gown of polyester Rev. Miller, minister for 37 years title is "One World Only. Plea .".
sheer underlined with taffeta featuring Easter Sunday Was pastor, evangelist and camp All are welcome to attend the services -
a sweetheart neckline and basque Historical Day meeting preacher, is one of the at 1649 W. Madison St., Starke.
waistline. The sheer puffed original singing MiUers and brotherto Fellowship lunch will follow the ser
sleeves were decorated with Venise At First Baptist James Millar nastor at Lawtey vices.

lace and appliques, crystal pleatedand Easter Sunday was historical at .
lace ruffles adorned the the First Baptist Church of Starke
shoulders. The fitted bodice and when the largest gathering in the
waistline were trimmed with Venise p' history of the church came togetherfor
lace, sequins and faux pearls. The Bible Study (Sunday School) and
full skirt extended to a chapel train. Mr.& Mrs. John Gregory Wilkinsona worship. t

The bride chose a headpiece of white Sunday School workers at the

flowers with a veil of tulle and worea three-tiered, heart-shaped wed- Rice roses and bags made by Ms. church had been working for weeksto .
pearl necklace as her adornment.The ding cake decorated with pink Cookie Mundorff were passed out by have the largest attendance ever

bride carried cascading bou- hearts roses and bells and topped Amanda and Heather Bakken and for Bible Study and Worship. A Teti.
a with a bride and groom. The cake Cara Kaye Hardenbrook, cousins of grand total of 566 were involved in
of white and daisies Interspersed
-
roses
quet was made by Ms. Barbara Reddish. the bride. the Bible Study program the week ofShown
and
with roses
pink
MOTH ER'SIJAYCIAL
On either side were candelabraswith I 1
greenery.The bouquets and attendants burgundy burning tapers. Pam
Taylor and Dana Whitaker served
made by Mrs.
headpieces were the cake.
Madge Akridge, aunt of the groom.
The punch table was centered witha
Bowen was the best man.
Stacy
punch bowl surrounded by white
Ushers were Bernie Akridge, cousinof
daisies pink carnations and
the and Tommy Barnes.
groom
greenery. The punch was served by
The Jasen Wilkinson -
ringbearer was 0 O
Jennifer Johns and Cindy Taylor.
brother of the 0 fit
groom.
The grooms table held a chocolate 0
Mrs. directed the
Virginia Darby
cake decorated with chocolate roses
I wedding. The reception was held at I IN
and string work. The cake was made n
I the church annex where Chanda by Mrs. Blonnie Derkman and serv- p
the brides book. This
Padgett kept
ed Tammy Dempsey.
table covered with white lace by
was a
Alison Ivey attended the gift table
cloth and featured a silver bud vase
which featured a counted cross-
of pink carnations.
I The brides table was covered with stitch bride auu groom!\ a gift from
''r a white lace cloth and centered with the maid of honor. .

LvCHARM HER:

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EngagementsClara ..: \4' All Occasion Charms

S, Johnson, The groom-elect is a 1981 graduateof :Noril "e's ROTHSCHILD, Imperial Baroque Formal China ; Show her you care with a
School and is ,
Bradford High cur
I Jeffrey W. Gowens rently employed by OwensIllinois.He HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY WORKS FOR YOU- gift of fine jewelry.
is also a member of the Florida
Announce Engagement National Guard. Over the years we've found our Bridal Registry Service to be

I Mr. & Mrs. A. R. Johnson Jr. of The wedding is set for 2:30 p.m. one of the most appreciated of all the services that we offer to

Starke announce the engagement of May 3, 1987 at Greater Bethlehem our customers. It makes it easy for you to select the perfect MOTHERS' RINGS .
: their daughter Clara S., to Jeffrey Freewill Baptist Church located on wedding orshower gift because you know it's exactly what the
I W. Gowans of Lawtey, son of Mr. the corner of Chestnut & Ash St. in prospective bride is looking for. Made to Order
Elbert E. Gowans of Orange Park Starke.
I J and Mrs. Gwendolyn Gowens of All friends are invited to attend. The engaged couple register their preferences in china, crystal, Advance Notice RequestedW'llLIAMS
Lawtey. flatware and giftware.We record this and update the list as gifts
j Clara is a 1983 graduate of Brad- --- 1 are purchased, to avoid duplications.Visit .

ford Jeffrey High is School.a 1981 graduate of Bradford I I I IS us the next time you're shopping for wedding or.shower

; High School and is employed at DON'Si I gifts.We'll help you select the gift the bride really wants. We'll
J I Gilman's Paper Company. I Ij gift-wrap it. We'll ship it. And the service is free! JEWELRYfamily
1 The wedding is planned for S Refrigeration

I i! January 17,1988 at 1:00: p.m. j Air Conditioning J Couples currently in our registry: Owned and Operated

Josephine E. Searcy, I

i Kevin J. Randolph | Service & Repair '
] Tina Bowen and Guy Wayne Parrish Bridget Skeen and Robert Underhill 100 E. Call Street

: Announce Engagement 1 I Carole Hardin and Alan Montgomery Melissa Winkler and SIeve Stringer Starke

j Mr. and Mrs. Willie Searcy of Margaret Smith and Brian Johns Latoria Herring and Darryl Halle

I Starke announce the engagement of 1782-39291 Betty Bloodgood and Mark Mitchell 964706'Bradford'Square
the daughter, Josephine Elaine, to : r
Kevin James Randolph of Lawtey, i

son Jacksonville.The of Mr.. Lester Randolph of Leila's Dress & Gift Shop Starke

bride-elect is a 1984 graduate COMMERCIAL I QII: Monday-Saturday. 9:30 am 5:30: pm.IXlcunVI w Discover 964-8485
of Bradford High School and is currently -I Honor Cord
attending Lakeland College of I & DOMESTIC
Business Gainesville branch.
Ice Machines :

III RJUFHO I *FOR THI GOLFER.Country Club, *IDEAL FOR MOBU.I HOME PARK
Auto & Home AC
COUNTY TZUNiUM over 1V4 ocr... 3/2. All brick .8 acres In Starke on Mark.t Rood.
24 Hour Service I II sunken living room, fireplace, evil- Ingress and Egress on U.S.301.City
i Published every Thursdayat e I Ing to floor window many extra. water and sewer available.
135 W Call Street I Price Reduced Drastically. Was

Florida 32091 I $84.900 Now $79.900.
Starke, Reconditioned

Second Class postage paid at 96445221STARKE. *2 BR, 1%, IA MH On 1.6 ayes.
Starke, Florida I Washers, Dryers J *1 B*. 1 IA, excellent location In city, range, refrlg./ air conditioned, won',|
r II I RL. 26500. '. last long at I6.000K:: 1JM.\ .
Subscr'">tion Rates & Refrigerators i
*INVESTORS Pinmong S/D. Paved 10 ACRES w/DW. 'cell.n'condition.I
In-trade area: $12.00 per year rood through Owner fin. -
$1.00 six months I property. *S BR. 3 BATH on 2.7 acres Stocked!
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1.'A. BA- pond Ig. wood deck ft many extra's.One
Outside area: $13 per year I 30 Day Warranty i : opprox. 1400 sq. ft.. fenced yard.4 bear-. ly $71,900.

$7.50 six months 1We L Hwy. 125 West Lawtey j : > ll; Ing pecan tree. 39000. .. *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from 8
e.mme .
1IIr> att -ter s *I UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX Excellent 6500. Some with owner financing.

condition full occupancy. 11 ACRES ::t. On SR 16 ft Morgan M.I
LIVING on stocked *YOU PICK THI CARPET Brand new 2 Sell.r motivated.
will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call lake, large swimming pool large *EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOMI In.'. story, 3 BR. 2 BA on Water. !
A
absolutely the best location.3 BR.2 SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 BA. Central
FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH lot on paved street with sidewalk. BA, over 1.600 .q. ft. living area *7 ACRES with.home ft barn on 225 H&A, on major highway. Plenty all
Street the Brick hom.wlttlov..2.200sq. ft.3 double garage, CH/A, 1201 x 300 near FSP. Hat many potentials. storage In basement Inovatlve I Inane[

from 9 a. m. until 1:30 p. m. to better serve our _Many BR, 2 BA other., large amttiltles.entertaining area lot, city water sewer. 70500. *LEASE W/OPT1ON 2 story CB In 'Ing. Priced to sell 265000.

Starke. 4 BR, 2%. BA. *3 BR W/APPROX. 1.700 SQ. FT. .
*JUST OFF SOUTH SOl Mobil. home,
customers. Fireplace 1.7 ,
on acres major highway)
*WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart
I Immaculate this 3 BR. BA. on 1.4 ocr...
*DEER RUN living hi 1 frontage. $39,900.IARGI .
Aid Center Lake w/3 BR NH. CH&A. Close to Interlochen. ;;
Gainesville Hearing I 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad, security lights,
well
*3 ACRES ON CRIFFIS LOOP, with $30,000. BRICK 3/2 CH ft A. on I plus)
Gainesville ( stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only septic. Owner will consider financing. --. Immaculate. Close' to R.gord
1003 NW 23rd Ave. $13.300. *HIGH t DRY Kingsley Lake Village. 3
*CONVINIINt FOR FSP ft UCI BR. 2 BA doublewlde. over 1.600 sq. ft. *COUNTRY LIVING .k> this almost' sew
376-0095 J I *EXCEPTIONAL 9 BR, over 1300.q. ft. EMPLOYEES. 1,670 sq. ft. home on S CH4A above ground pool on a large lot 3/2 CB home an 2 oe.. brick 'I.......|
Close Wtnn Dixie
to new shopping. Only
CH/A. Nice barn.
acres. beautifully landscaped. Immaculate. skylight and extra .
all make and models of hearing aids. | $28.000. many *
We service PRICI REDUCED no thru traffic' 3/1,
Home testing, by ap- *LOVELY IIIn quiet' neighborhood. On Our Other
Also have batteries available. I Great buy. CI, In city only 39900. We Invite Inquiries Properties
We Have Lake Lots
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U Starke Elem. News Seventh-day Adventist Offers
Kathy Register WelcomedAs and motel rOOm: \fte stopped(f at

Awards Ceremonies... below and return to school. An elec- New SE TeacherSE Thanks Powell's to Dairy Smith Freeze Patel for and a Angel treat. PlanThe
The fifth six weeks awards tion of officers will be conducted at welcomes Mrs.Kathy Register Mobley for arranging these trips. A 5-Day Stop Smoking
ceremonies are scheduled for Thurs- the end of the school year. as a new teacher In Kindergarten, BIG THANK YOU to Mr. Robert
day and Friday, May 7 & 8, in the The end of the fifth six weeks replacing Mrs. Debra Stephens who Ellerson for speaking to us last week
cafeteria as follows: grading period was Thursday,April is the proud mother of a new baby about his duties as a unit Treatment Five Day To weaken the craving to smoke and
Kindergarten May 7 8:15.9:00: 23. Report cards are set to go home daughter. Mrs. Register has Rehabilitation Specialist from Mac- plan has been one's willpower to say
a.m. with students Thursday April 30,, previous experience in teaching in clenny State Hospital. We enjoyed Starke Seventh-day ". A daily personal control
First Grade-May 7-9:00.9:45 a.m. 1981. Bradford County and recently mov- his talk and thank Tamara for having Church. reinforces the decision to
ed back from Louisiana where she not to smoke.And,one of the
Second Grade May 7- 9:4510:30: her father come in.
a.m. Advisory CommitteeTo taught first graders.A BIG welcome : We-also thank Mrs. Dawn Corbett' Day For Plan 25. successful has helped effective parts of the Plan is
Fifth Grade-May 8.8IS-9OOa.m. Meet May 7 .from everyone at Starke Elemen- for her recent visit to our class.Mrs. people get off tobacco, therapy provided through group
Fourth Grade May 8.9:00.9:45: tary to Mrs. Register. Corbett spoke to us about her duties'as and the "buddy
The Starke Elem. Advisory Com- and live longer.The Plan Initiated in the opening ses
a.m. mittee and PTA officers will meet Mrs. King 2nd GradeCONGRATULATIONS secretary of Hodges Insurance. up-to-date information .
Third Grade May 8.9:45.10:30 Thursday night May 7,at 7:00 p.m. I 11 I Mrs. Thanks to Michelle Hodges for ar- well-qualified team
a.m.Prineipal's. in the cafeteria. Parents are invited King is very proud of her students ranging her visit. program. Each of the The Five Day Plan is sponsored by
to attend as the committee will who participated in the Book It Our class enjoyed a walking trip to feature discussion on Seventh-day Adventist Com-
Message... discuss the possibility of ability Reading Program. They worked Andrews Drugs for Ice cream cones and psychological Services. The Plan will be
Anyone interested in being con grouping in grades 3.4 and 5 for next very hard and had a lot of fun! They Wednesday. Thanks to Candle Nor- smoking habit. Simple, at 1649 West Madison St.at the
sidered for a PTA officer or advisory year. Mr.McLeod will answer questions learned how to write book reports, man and pharmacist and owner techniques are taught Seventh-day Church.
committee member for the 1987-88 at the meeting concerning the' they made animal shaped booklets Charles Norman for arranging our
school year, please sign the form concept of ability grouping. improved their reading skills andhaa visit.
,.. --. great time earning a personalpan Friday our class bid farwell to our
pizza! Students who read 100% college assistant Ms. Connie Moody. REALTORS Meeting
are: Chris Chandler Rasheeta For two semesters Ms. Moody has -
J9lCElEBRRTE Chandlet James Hankerson l been helping us. We will miss her
Angela Billiard, Molissa Morris, and wish her the best of luck. We en- Legislative days in arrival.REALTORS: went to
Greg Moss, Gina Norman, Sarika jyed snacks and doughnuts from the were Wednesday April for updates on legislative
Patel, Jason Ray, Amanda Welch, bakery and played Softball at PrattSt. REALTORS from the A luncheon followed and LC
lYJOiWS DAY Tarus Williams and Shannon Wood. Park. Union Board of traditlonal'Y Bobby Brantely addressed the
Mrs. Tetstone 5th GradeAs Mrs. McClelland GradeWe try to make an appeal In the afternoon REALTORS
HERE new tax laws. into the senators and
the and its
are studying body
part of our career unit, we Lavern Outlaw, board ; offices. Later in the .
I followed Mr. Patel's visit,and systems.Please help your student to
I /HS I up David Dodge, ; they attended an update
t learn the 10 major systems and what
.L..J walked to the Best Western Motel for board
Terwillegar, on the type of impact they
do
they and the major organs of
a tour. We enjoyed meeting the Faulkner,board member made on the representatives.
Mother's Day Specials by Pam employees and seeing the computer each. There will be a quiz on this. man of Education evening ended with a cocktail
Bob Matthews, reception hour in the Civic
Complimentary Grievance Committee with Senator Wayne Holl-
Club News I the Gainesville ,Rep.Chance Irvine Rep.
Blow Dry 10 % off REALTORS on a Crady and other dignitaries
Tallahassee. .
Woman's Club Executive 3. Marjorie Thomson & Lucile

& Style Any Perm, Board to Meat Green..4. Rhea Johnson&Lora Francis.

with any haircut with Pam Only The Executive Board of theWoman's ADK of Alpha Gamma G'ville Artisans' Quilt ExhibitThe
Club of Starke will meet at
Our Services Include: 1:00 p.m. May 6 at the club. All officers Holds April Meeting Gainesville as well as contemporary
and committee chairmen are Alpha Delta Kappa of Alpha Gamma will present a quilt and printed techniques are
Mens & Womens Style Cutting urged to be present as this is the last Chapter held its ) the month of May. to create original and beautiful
Mens Style Cutting & Moustache Tinting board meeting of the 1986.- 987 club meeting in the Episcopal Paris represented are: Joyce .
Hair Removal Bikini Line, Legs & Facial areas year. Hall Monday, Apr. 13, 1987. Casey Green, Barbara W. Artisans' Guild is located at
University Ave.and hours
Weekly Duplicate Guest speakers for the meeting Dawn Lucas. are
were Sgt. Major Bloodworth and Pieced and appliqued 10 a.m.until 5:30: p.m.Monday
Genesis Hair Design y Bridge Results.... Sgt. Major Rodney Hall. They thru Saturday.
i The results of the April 21 presented a program and slide
I Lawtey Florida7823O65 duplicate bridge are as presentation entitled "National
follows: game Guard" Operations in Camp Blan- Custom Home Builders
1. Yvonne Riechmann & Allene ding.
Brew. Elaine Griffis gave the devotionaland
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ducted by Carol Redding, president.
CAN YOU GO WRONG Hostesses Jeanne Loper and Kathy Bath Kitchens Add-A-Room
I Norman served refreshments and
decorated the table with the Easter
theme in mind. I or Come See Our New Log-Sided Homeor .

Terwillegar I Motors will meetor ceremony The final of meeting new members and initiation Is set for Re-Roof Your Home

May 4 at 6:30: at the Western Steer Call 964-7230 or 964-4799 Eves.
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I Legal Notices Th.Board of County Commissioners of

Clay County, Florida reserve the right
la accept or reject any,all bid submitted To Take To
NOTATION TO MO ........ Flo.. 3101. Intends to "' 11''''.' to waive any technicalities and to Something
old fictitious name under Iho oforeialdDated Intorpret the specifications In the .lost
Ifce Nile: ef --.. Ce -. ,.
.-..... Interest of the County
Ps slsp > Office mm
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sn bid
acceat rer
this 2f day of April A.D. 117 In George L.Carlisle
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r.baaBtatt.si .
dwelllmji. aart ?
Bradford County. Clerk of the Court
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Ex-.HIclo Clerk to the The BeachWith
5/11
Oee af aUb May ... 1.e7Flaca 4/304tp" Board of County Commissioner
.. Md: Great Office 1M I. Cad: 4/232'chIl4l30
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.... led. II....... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,EIGHTH
LecaMea Bldi W7 Fterlda Street You
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
0.Uafh llarbait amj laclUa
CASE NO.I I7-U2-CA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Tyse. to Rot The Marriage. CASE NO.I 87-25-CP '"
C*all sum*w...tbraagb TJmet ... Ad Good Through
MAX RAT TOMLINSON FILE NOt 1-3808
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Husband IN REt Estato of April 25 1987
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GIv. w.. .... Dates May
ond MILDRED FUTCH STEPHENS
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: w..........* tasatlupt CHERYL DORENE TOMLINSONWIf. Deceased.
aG.b.clr. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE OF ACTION; CONSTRUCTIVE Th. administration of the Estate of
A npy ..Pb.. wet wrN..wp .. SERVICE.PROPERTY MILDRED FLITCH STEPHENS Deceased Fisher
.bseliissl tree...Gr.M Office lOai.eg "Hi-Fi to Go" System
File 87-25-CP I I. In the CIrcuit
NOTICE OF ACTION NO.I pending
W SIoreet... .......ceay..the Staa-
TOt MAX RAY Court for Bradford Florida
...... ir.l.w.es. TOMLINSON County with Built-in
k.llu.
Spw Groat
Equalizer
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Probate Division tho address of which I I. Built in 3
Office b.w..r.I .... 17 sad 1p.
.- X ...... Mosd.y *.....Ii oIooy. ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Bradford County Courthouse, Starfce, Band Graphic
DfstohrHon of and Florida 32091.
tie aseet .. ebavrffed 1staeMeleae o --... Marriage at alimony Equalizer
the following property In Clay County Th. name and addresses of the Personal
> Florida. Representative and the Personal Detachable 2-Way
la erder te the
I..Sgil.I.bid. Ceaet
Lot '. 10 and 11 Block "," set forth
HILLCRESTON Representative'* attorney are Speaker
....- .f woof ... C.00wtar Sa.dod. ..-
terM by Ifc.City .. --..Lrfit THE LAKE a* per plat thereof balow. Built-In AM-FM
recorded In Flat Book 2. Fage 52 of the Interested persons are required to _
rk.p pnpe..d w.N hold cvr- WITHIN THREE MON. Stereo Tuner :IteROR -._ .
public record of Clay County, Florida file with thl Court
-City Cea0.cters Rnas.. EXCEPTING THEREFROM that part deeded THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS AC DC Power Option
Far lailbas' -.... caatactCharlee _
the of Florida NOTICE all claims the estate
to State a. recorded In ((1)) against
J.cktr Jim Desher, 0... Book 131. Pogo It. Clay County and (2) any objection .by an Interested Available
e4 M. Financing
public ,record person to whom notice wa mailed that
4/M1tcbg ho*been filed against you and you are challenge the validity of the will the i

required to cerve a copy of your written qualification. of the Personal Representative Reg. $179.00
COmtCTED INVITATION TO MO ...._..*. If any, to It on Eugene F. venue, or jurisdiction of the > i I I
Tfce easy. .. Stark Cemmw.Hy Skew WH.'*Attorney whose address I Court.
n.i*laaisiit Office wiB....bid*for 2S-E North Temple Avenue, Sto..... ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SaleS 1 3900 _
... aaircbe** .. sl.fle wide Florida :3201, on or .before May 2*, SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. '
.MlWiWMivtf witik .p>ciftst.rtoiiai .. loll and file the original' with the clerk Publication of this Notice hat begun
fellow THESE ABE MINIMUM of this court either .before service on on April 23. 187.
SKOFKATIOMS: plaintiff attorney or Immediately Attorney for Personal Representative
14-s.. Mfs 3 bedroom |% beth thereafter:; otherwise a default will ... BYi Derla J.Christopher
( *-) entered against you for the relief TERENCE M.BROWN P.A. Wallunan the Best in
....-WinAlwkrw.iiwp demanded In the complaint or petition. P.O. Drawer SO N"'Y:
(..... w IwLr) DATED on April 21. If S7. Starko,Florida 32091
.... peaia-Central beet .... air1M7. Gilbert S.Brown 904964.8212P.rsonalR.p.ntativ. the Business... ..
EIwk stew Lark !lot avatar A.Clerk. of the Court
....., Byt Linda L. PearceDeputy .
Mks. aF Ir h ,,. ( ---) Clerk Barbara S. Leigh
r 6'w 16'csntw How.erdMi.Mww.I 4/30 4tchg 5/21 Route I. Box 213
sir plyweed. ....,. Brookar,Florida 32622
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r- I5 c..sw IawdbIs NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 2tchg
twtl.n M f.ftanSh..Ir.d REGISTER I Io
c..o.cIJooo hlwlw FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
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Pursuant to Section "5.09, Florida NOTICE .Is hereby given that on Monday -
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.. .- g.A..l..w Statute*. notice I I. hereby given that the May 4, 187 at 10:00( o'clock A.M.,
dtktiap. hIdudfeg ......0.. undersigned.. Kim A. Karuowskl. P.O. the undersigned, Gator Frelghtways,

... Box 1213, S....... FL 3201 and EllenSakowskl Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at /
DeII-.y.........withIoo City Rrnib ofa. 331 Clark St., Starke, FL 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., on. WM-41
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32O91 joint owner, doing business lot of exhaust fan consigned to Marrlot-
wad as..5 FI.I. under the firm name of Florida Crocker, loco Raton Flo.) one lot of tree
M.\;",L. T" Ss..dwd.W. Cinderella Starshine Pageant. P.O. Box trimmer consigned ta Mrs. Theodore Cassette FM/

wiU I. ,--.." MoOLy. May 4. 1213, 5....... FL 3201, Intend to Gould Delray Beach, Flo. on. lot of SonyICFS75W
:Me .... 1M East Call Stroof.Sterb .
p. '.glsf.r.oid fictitious name under the mattresses consigned to Lillian Colley Player
.. H.Md oroMld statue.Doted Naples, Flo.; on. lot of tools, consigned FM/AM 2 WalkmanReceiver. I
....... bo salad .... snerked1WS this 23rd day of April A.D. 187 to Oversea Machinery A Equlpt., Bang 95
CD.G ........ E.Iw IwrR6eil.Mss. .. Bradford County. Miami Fla.; to satisfy freight and 77 $29.95

r.rdIoeo-. 4/23 4tpd 5/14 toraga charges, und.r the provisions of . ,. $2700Sony
For lerHnr JnlormnHon. contact Jim Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard BUI of
Donor or Undo Dow .. (904) f MM02.4J Lading.
Itchf IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Pro 02-77157 dtd 2/13/87
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Pro. Ol-75l dtd 1/20/87
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Pro. 12.988071 dtd 1/16/87 SRF4 Panasonic RQJA61
M THE CWCWT COURT.EIGHTH CASE NO.s 17-147-CA 07-34729 dtd 2/18/87
Cassette Yellow
JUDICIAL CMCMT. AND FOR IN REs The Matter of the Adoption of Gator Fralghtways.' Inc.,Carrier Player AM-FM

MAOFORO COUNTY.H.OTOA.a MELISSA LOUELLA RICHENDOllAR 4/23 2tchg 4/30 FM Radio FM Walker Radio
CASE NO.1 17.33-0' NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY

tfa Tbo Ewr1..1 .... TOt ALL INTERESTED PERSONS --
LJIL GAMES. *YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action NOTICE OF INTENTION ,5109 $$490 $2395 .

Mnu.d. for the adoption of the above minor TO REGISTER
NOTICE OF AOMMISTIATIONTbo child ha been filed against you and you FICTITIOUS NAME
r" ........... of the eclate of ore required. to serve a copy of your Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Sony Sony
UN. GAMES. Doc..... FB. Ness written defense.. If any to It. on Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the SRF20W WM7OCassette w/Cash Purchase
(17)-15. to aeaaUa to ... CIrcuit Dudley" P. Hardy ".A. undersigned David N.Wainwright' P.O. of Radio
Caait: for Bradford Ceeaty. ......... "re P.O.Drawer 1030 Box 964 Starko, FL 3201 sole owner, FM Radio Player
bate OMla> the ..w.- .. wMcb toSteriie Sto.....Florida 32091 doing business' under the firm name of 20 FREEMovies
...awd c-y c-tIIooN. ((904))94-5701 County, line Nursery 5 landscape, P.O.
....... 22 '. ond file. the orlplnalwlth the Clerk of the Box 9.... Starke, FL 3201 Intend to $2995 $9995

Tb..os .... ...&. ._ .. the pws.a. above styled court on or before. May 15, register said fictitious name under th.

.. nMn .I '1.. .... ... .--. 19I7; otherwise a )Judgment may ... aforesaid statue.
........ .'I..... --.,. s.5 forthi.Iw.a.d entered against you for the relief Doted this 9th day of April A.D. 187
....... demanded In the Petition. In Bradford County
Ail pwww w.cquk.d ta WITNESS my hand and th. seal 1 of sold 4/9 4tpd 4/30

filo erftb into :-..WTTrlM THREE MONTHS Court on Ap,1I13. 187.GILBERTS..
OF THE FWT FUMIGATION OF THIS BROWN CLERK
NOTICE:(!)"cw-.........._ Byi Linda L. P.arceD.puty NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
.... (J) any eefecMe. by on bites e.ted Clerk REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
p.r.w.. ....... ....ws ...... 10.0 4U4tchgJ7IN STATE OF FLORIDA
d.S-p-. ......,. of the wid. the COUNTY OF BRADFORD! CLOSEOUT on .
D.L.T. "UILISHING..INCOR."ORATED.
..--...-. T" the ponoaaoII DOUBLE iui
nohow.I. THE CIRCUIT COURT.EIGHTH
notice that It Intend
Iv..w.. w ........... .5 tb JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR *to register, hereby' with glvei the Clerk. of Circuit ALL 1986

I c.t.: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Court for Bradford County Florida the
AU CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
CASE NO.t B7-13-CA
fictitious name of "FLORIDA YTIMES"
SO FLED WIlL M FOHVn BARKED.n IN REt The Adoption of and to .ngog.In business underthat SONYTELEVISIONS
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Anrfi M !../. 0 ... -. 123 South Walnut
of business at
AMoraoyforron.-. ... ....111_, NOTICE OF ACTION place
Street Sta..... Florida 32091.
LA.GIllIN.JR.Gr. tom- :
TOt JOANNE PARRAMOREBAKER D.L.T."UILISHING.INCOR..ORATI ,
...a.......PA RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU DOUBLE !) .
P.O.Drowor VM ARE NOTIFIED that an action for .
s--...,..,....ZZOtItN'MU71IO the adoption of a minor child haG been JAMES BYI R.LAVERN FLYNN H.P.A.OUTLAW PRESIDENT In Stock mam (1-!

( filed. end you ore required to serve a Byi Jama R. Flynn Eiqulr
!LA.GIllIN.... copy of your written.....n.... If any enJohnny of Counsel

It. Hobbs. Jr.. petitioner' atetaro.y 405 West Georgia' Street
Pww..l.......I.".4
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whose address I I. P.O. Drawer
Ita...., Florida' 32091
DAWN SHARON GAMES .,.. S....... Florida 32091 an or before ((904)) 9644667Attorney 100 FREE 200 FREE 300 FREEMOVIES
e/o Croon ft Hobb*.FJ*.
May 19. 187 and file the original with for Registrant.

fb.1..Il.dd.32591Sbw.p.o.Drowse 93S the clerk on of petitioner's thl.* court either attorney bolero or service Immediately1 _4/9 4tchg 4/30 on All MOVIES _on All MOVIES on All

..D........ thereafter otherwise a
NOTICE OF IN(in HUN.
DAWN SHARON GAINIS11. default will .. entered. again you for TO REGISTER 13" Sonys 20" Televisions! 27" TelevisionsIn
SHARON O.CAINES./&/. the relief. demanded. In the petition. FICTITIOUS NAME
SHARON GAMES4M2lcbo7 WITNESS my hand and the seal of thl Pursuant to Section 865.0. Florida In Stock In Stock Stock
; court on tfita 8th day of April. 187. Statute, natlc. I I. hereby given that the
GILBERT S.BROWN CLERK undersigned, Sandra R. Bass, P.O. Box Pay as little as
BY Undo L.Pearce 1263 Mlddl..u. ,., Fl 33068 sole owner, FINANCING
INVITAtION TO lID Deputy Clerk. doing business under the firm name oWhat' / '5.50 per week 90 Days Same 'A* Cash

Tk. case. .. Storh. c.-.1tJ 4U4tchg57NOTICE On T.V.. P.O. Box 1263 Mld AVAILABLE
tovofonnMn. OffIce vM ojccoo* bUo for dleburg, Flo., 32068 Intend to register
/b. .- ....... .. ......... ..dl M OF INTENTION said fictitious nom under the aforesaid

....... TO REGISTER tatuto.. .
Dow of BU Moy It. ..., FICTITIOUS NAME D"t." this 16th day of April A.D., PanasonicO

.--. ..Bnfc Grant OHko. 1M B. Call Pursuant to Section .*..0., Florida. 1187 In :Srodford County,
f5n.5Tlr. Statute*, notice I I. hereby. given thot theundersigned 4/16 4tpd Ill

.. Ws ......... ,Dovld lengston Dodge and
.......of BM ..>Craoby S raot Censueto: Godfrey Dodge. Rt. I.Box 778. NOTICE UNDER
0-fJV- nfMBW rCA .o.PII lmni MBlM I...... FL 3201 |olnt owner*, doing FICTITIOUS NAME LAW T-12O TapesSpecial
.- '.'_ITl*.Cfiimfl thaw IBtM buetoem under Iho firm name of The NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN that the TAPE'

..... Ughthou. Rt. I. lox 778 Starke.. FL undersigned, desiring to engage In
C..I.saws ws&-.b DoIIoa May 32091. Intend to realiter sold flctitlou business under the fictitious name of

.. .1W7c. nemo unasr the eforeold (totuto.Doted FLORIDA AIR CONDITIONERS INC..
0 s- 6 W............ a...Is.. ml. lath day of April, A.D.. "/"/. VALOR AIR CONDITIONING 4
At... fob... I9B7 to Bradford County. SUPPLY CO.. at number 641 Power* $499
A copy .. the work ioMotoodfrooioGrant --. caw .. 4/U4tpdS/7 Avenue, In the City of Jacksonville, --- I
OHJcn ot IM E. Florida, Intend to register. the sold

Cal................yd....Slaw, INVITATION BID name with the Clerk. 0'the Circuit Courtof
Lod Les.--.. S.MwM.as. Gast05k.l Tbo Board of County Commissioner ofCloy Bradford County Florida.
> ..n_..... .2 -.... 1Wes. County. Florida, will receive writ- Dated at Jacksonville' FL, this 30th
s ...... ......... .....,. ton seeled .bid.In the office of the Clerk ".yof January 187. DISCOUNTS AVAILABLEWe
..... .. wi-In.d .. a .... .. the> Circuit Court. located In the Clay FLORIDA AIR CONDITIONERS,INC. CASH

County CaurthouM Green Cove Spr- Byt Joseph llshop.. President
to ordor to bo......w 544Sdw .*.Conol toga. Florida until 12:30 P.M. on Tuesday. 4/9 4tchg 4/30 M/C Financing Available'
Accept -
wow ... C..Irad.r. S- .May S. 1987 for construction of the
... loll by*.Oty of S orfc.forFor -TU-COUNTT SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
----5 .JP-0 .... ...w hold ansI KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA Bids will NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

0.C.J.s R..... bo ...*.*. after liOO P.M.. on Tuesday. REGISTER
......, InfommMon. contortCfcorio May .. 1987 to the Board of County FICTITIOUS NAME
J.cbs..r Jim D *bor.47M1 Cemmleslsner Meeting Room, fourth Pursuant to Section ....G9. Florid' HOME ENTERTAINMENT.

/5481.!. floor. Cloy County Courthouse. The Statutes, notice I I. hereey give that theundersigned.
.cbf word TW-COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS .. James A. Sriffl. P.O.Boa
CENTER KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA" 61. Graham FL 32042,Rabert S. Weston,
meet bo dearly marked on the outside of 10865 N. 4th 1.11..1_, Florida, joint CONCEPTS
NOTICE OF MTfMTION .. enieloe. containing the bid. Plan owner., doing business under. the firm ,
TO aGiS1 end SpeclHcetton* con obtained from name of Country Carpets al.t....., 1640 k. StarKe'\lf, }Iwc_ 't
ncrmousNAMi .. McCefty AMOctote* Architect 417 S. Walnut, Starke. Fl :3X01. Intend.* to Bradford Square Shopping Center -

.......... M ...... S0B.t9. ....... Sl na Avsia a. Orange Park, Flart.... register old fictitious .iteme under the
......-......M ......, rM $0.5.... Bide received will .. reviewed by the aforesaid. ._.. 964-6946
_JJ..wd. Oar ......... r.o. S.. Board of County Commissioner' at therogutor Doted this 9th day of April. A.D. 1987

.... .-....... ...1..... _.d. moeltoo .. May 12. 1987. Bid In Bradford" County.
hog ....... .... ... /lw. w. dMot. received after the I2i30 P.M. deadline 4/9 4tpd 4/30

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One Program Rated'Tops Special Arrival: : &
Chapter News
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The Chapter I Program, which be recognized by Education Commissioner CIapter:I.-alia'-(tiata Ehntttctfniiiliuirtnjtrf: ElluttatttWalkoir3IHI8B8X! : Leanne Nicole Harris Ureat-grarulinoiner isbatlie'1 humanalso
teaches disadvantaged children, of Betty Castor and the entire sawtss.Hamlgtk,9.rtftu of Worthington Springs.
Randal&Terri Harris of Keystone
the Bradford school system has been Florida Cabinet including Brad- designate hadkmdit.a: W.iasfemgant..gptrim.. &utudS ... Heights.. FL: announce the birth of Paternal grandparents are GA Anne and
rated one of the top such programsin ford's own Commissioner of Ttorw wiUl (HP m Mother's. Day their daughter Leanne Nicole,born Sackett of Clarkesville Jacksonville.,
Florida for the 1985-86 term. Agriculture,Doyle Conner. him .BIa ,- fu.ar (OatLr OEinniBtiaiTglng:Extravaganza.Sun- April 10, 1987 at Alachua General Robert Harris of are John P. &:
Chapter lis a federally sponsored wraIe. ::7:1D-liIQIL ciKW. IVTayi' ID}. IWTat 0:00 pnr. at Hospital Gainesville. Great-grandparents Heightsand
Teachers Us. Ruby Knight of Keystone
reading program designed to accompanying .EdMcatmaalb' ( (41eatmrAllemChapel! !: L AME!::Church Maternal grandparents are James Sevierville,
upgrade the basic skills of low Hurse and Supt. Duncan on the trip IItIIIIeIds who. resets etf im3tarim.: W. Thomas of Worthington Springs. Kathleen Harris of
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achieving students In kindergarten were: from Starke Klein. Mrs. DIy tnEtmeUan lID c.- ltoa IIr Htnv: W&roiu Kingof XacksonvilleIB TN.
through fourth grade. The Bradford Vicki Powell, Robert Austin Mr*. shown CTnte ee: art ss1uffccentachievement i to tta featured: ire;concert along
district receives about$435,000 from Charlotte Frees; from Soutfawde 'mtu& mecomplrshmeut %wtthdheei1maUaIent.There will bespeniall _Awards_ .. & Recoanition ..
the federal government to administer Ele.: Mrs.Thelma Knight Mrs.Dee IK mwen annne presentation to- selectMbthwmwitmareamnng
There 14 Canova Mrs. Alice Hudson. Mrs. superior service to policy owners.
the program. are DOIIeIb.Yell snaerllrt h :the first to.
teachers In the Bradford Chapter I Dot Nitsch; from Lawtey Ete.:Bars. in dlaplerl1 rttgstt pcalj enteQtlreJturcla! Sylvia P. Reddish Ms. Reddish has been with Liberty
program and 250 to 300 students. Joy Goodall and Mrs. Anna lathe rnatm need lbraReatdlau.utaoe" TBmu! ant invited to come out and Elected Honor Agent National since Feb. 28, 1983. She Is a
I Including Freeman and from Hampton .... native of Starke.
Eleven Chapter employees \WI'Mir Ic.Cutar. of! and
etrjtn5: am evening songs
of
National National Life is a part
Life Insurance
Liberty Liberty
Program Director Myrna Elementary, Mrs. Earlseleae Zimmerman pr.u-.DtmatiOlla are$It adults.$2.
Lou Hurse, and Supt. Jim Duncan "Y.u and ymur LY aC..OtIIJtrsr otnldrem.Bow Emory Oi Howard,. Company selected Sylvia P.Reddishas Torchmark Corporation, a Birm-
traveled to Tallahassee Feb. 17, to "Based on the annual review of'IN' to be e.e.ded Gr tt+ r+eit.atft Jfc istpaatocA Honor Agent of the Quarter for ingham Alabama based financial In-
the Gainesville District. The award stitution with over $2.5 billion in
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1aU&10 deAg .smgN..at. !' \scheduled:! for the-
1.1. I. liB., truly*fttelvrt --aslts.Cas. : GiTBatBnAllen chapel AMEC May i is given each quarter in recognitionof assets.
top sales performance and
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The trouble with om. people today I is that they are educated

lll'5-J.iiwe A WinningNglardlv6e beyond their Intelligence.

RON School Meaass fair Pennies INtenwhatage.

I 111as15-ilia!'tJ : : ..clothing call
Wli I imp rtant'roie in theway we
DENMARK ?
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M..el T. r-.e .:- sle eednmpswrae. gowtT( WittU J tDday'a high prices and
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INSURANCE fI'{ ._. sBnunr mtizenf fixed incomes. it:
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964-7071 ..a.md.er-. wwdrubefbrpenmesrHmldawatdrobearoundyour
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... bg Cooperative
.I. tfWt now Str'wCIr.be held at the Brad-
Celebrating Our 4th AnniversaryCALL e.nCann..u ret ft Sonar Center behind:the new Patterns Crafts

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Homeowners --- Boar more?information and/or to 9646651Stoker
Life prwrpipster please call Beverly or
Mobile Homes St.eaG'Jb1+4ti46r
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I Rentalfor .. .. __ I Seventh-day Adventist Christian Academy I
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Mandarin & Szechuan Crulslne "A Great Little Seafood Place"We ..r f6..df.suegpgnatyqpty syr.and.m-4sd ar "Quality Work for Less" Complete Tire Shop
Q..eda i rrec.n.hnmMttt s nettt.mrtfnro.e"Tard.u & Auto Repairs
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Gifts & Jewelry Lessons: GuitarBanjo Elec. Bass a-s.etr"9Wrrl iMHi.tnlttrl i Illhirtllltr child.I I thought NeedsHandmade
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BHS Lady Tornado Softball Team Falls in dose Second Round


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Rlnhnn n.enny tnree runs in" "
charge of the team,as Coach Slater first and led all the
girl softballers were edged for instance,a NM batter tripled but sprwfc Staler saj-m. BK 8- BIIS 5 requested, and did a good job of it. Inning way.

3-2 by eventual champion North was thrown out at home en a Bishop Kenny, ranked number The errors came because the girls NM 17 BUS 3
Marion High in the second round of grounder to shortstop.The BHS girls BItS 5-O. Vanguard'I four in the' state in Class 3A, beat were trying to throw the softball North
District 5-3A Tournament at North were down a run but didn't give up. The Tornado #B C mfetd S4 Biy Bradford! High girl baseballers 8-5 before they caught It, the coach BUS had and two went bad down innings 173.at
Marion High. Slater points out. Ocala Vangtcud m Bbe fast genie o/ Arm t*I" ;r''rke. says. Marion
six in the second innIng -
"It was a real good ballgame.Our BHS had only six hits in the game. ,the flasar.r'i T.--*a nr.MsTheTosmahssemred "I think it's just a matter of believing NM and had in runs the third.Other than
girls played super defense," says North Marion went on to win tbe The Tornado girls left a lot of peo- in ourselves and I think we're eight
Bradford Coach John Slater of the District title and the Regional tihrce in the base with two out. One BHS beginning to do that," Coach Slater that, BHS played a good ballgame.
ple on Jackson led BHS at the
NM North Marion had 16 hits, championship.BUS third: and ton ia Ilk fougrttu.and survived said. Kelly
game. was thrown out at the plate
so it had to be a good defensive effort a tixfet-insuStrt raffly by the! and runner three were thrown out at third In the second inning BHS had girls plate, going 3-for-4. Angel Spell was
Ends 10-11... KmgbU aa the\ crwma ammtf.!lit was home and at third. If 2-for-2 with a home run. Shawn
for the BUS girls to hold the Colts to base, "..but at least we were hustl- thrown out at Butler and Victoria Butler were
two three runs, Slater says. BHS ended its season at 10-1LGa- Ube jannqg titnmd and advance l. ing." And the BUS infield made a one of those could have been safe a 2-for-4.
BHS had the opportunity to win, dy Taylor and Kelly Jackson, each the _Hl1l1lids against North dozen errors, and that was the difference Tornado rally would have been
but just couldn't Slater said. BUS with 30 hits in 58 trips to the plate Manxw. says Coach Slater. Kelly under way,the coach said. GIIS 5- BUS 3
loaded the bases with nobody out in led the BHS girls in batting with-517 Wards Jetdkasn. was X-for-X. and Jackson moved to first base and BHS had 13 hits.Shawn Butler was
the top of the sixth but got only two averages. County: ParMftou VkftBma Bossier andSfaanma Lynn was moved to catcher. 3-for-3 to lead BUS. Kelly Jacksonwas BHS had only seven hits in losing
Tammy
across. the Bmukr were all X-for-3L is 2-for-4 with a double. Kendra April 10 to Gainesville High on a
runs Coach Slater is encouraging Coach Slater believes the team
"This was the quality ballgame play in a summer Softball It vac a ipwwJ dcfenmve ejfort en around. Butler was 2-for-4 with a triple. Vic- road trip to Gainesville.
were of playing," Slater league the Starke Mae part. BHSw saps Gonefe SEater corning toria RnHor 1-fnr-3 had n triple Kellv Jflpkion WAR 2-for-3 for BHS.
sponsored by
says. cable the bases and was Recreation Department. The ones After: OosraigJ- Fcvmundtaa.it was --..., it-- ...__ _1JMt11SHOE'
the of having a big inning will be a good cnrattftaek EllS tfte cnac&said
verge this
on that do play summer Lynn came in and took
several times. In the top of the 8th, ahead of those who don't come next Tammy 'nEnous1

I'' 1/Monday-Saturday 10 am 6 pm

BHS] Nine Edged 8-7 in First Round of District ( 417 Edwards Road Starke 964.4071

(Blue Bldg. across the street from Bradford Square)
IRft4-1. mance, including a double. John
IIc"
The BHS nine was edged 8-7 by 2-for-3 with two RSI's. Hal Wood. Ise mow.IIDVI1e.-added m Hike fiWCi.la !: Berry homered, and Tim Lewis and 1
Ocala Vanguard in the first round of Richie Barnes, Eric Nazworth and libe:Ktt*Cfcvdeffl SBnjuns w alkedLRutifane Enc Nazworth doubled. Richie
the District 5-3A Tournament in Billy Heavner each hit safely in Bunoes Marion County. Bradford's nine hit attack. was tsAastMaaaflky walked In toad the in the ID-hit BHS attack. SIDEWALK
BHS ends its 1987 season 1012.The Vanguard scored three times ia toners.Sod inmsueTos LOTUS;a left Hal Woods threw a six hitter at
team showed some scrappiness andit the second on a hit await a Bronson as BHS won the opening
three
handed toMw..Stan stopped l a ONLY
added 2
was a good start, says first year sacrifice, and a double. OV RBI Hume done dawn be felt timid to game of the NM tournament 143. SATURDAY MAY
baseball coach Charlie five more runs in the third en a Tim Lewis led BHS with a 5-for-5
Simpkins.
Le
walk fining Bl K vntUtaB!; oar v 7-flL +:was
three-run homer following a in another
the
tllhiwM mat at town*toy Ilk Vanguard performance plate
Committing four errors BHS and a double.Two more runs scoredon enter fiwMtr a; tie trued to Die the! lOhit{ attjk by BHS. Cordell Strongwas Handbags SUMMER SHOES
allowed Vanguard to go up 7-0, the three BHS errors. 2-for-4 and Robert Starling
Tornadoes failed to back up Hal Battling back,BHS scored one run snareNjI t-for-4
Wood's five hit pitching performance in the second when Jason Johnson Tourney Win.. & Shoes 5TJ99.
.BHS fought back and almost walked and scored on a Tim Lewis O. Forest 3 BIIS 7 (Selected Group) Up
third base.BHS added a The ToII made tame I wan a preM -
tied the game in the top of the sixth grounder to with district Merit at North Cti a April 14 loss, BHS was edged
but sophomore Tim Lewis was out at second run in the third when Maritm' 11 IbonaIblllC NM im the' 8'7 b> Ocala Forest, the eventual $ 500 Values to $30
admitted *
two out,John Berry was on
home with what would have been the 1ft. d .-ict t imp Richie Barnes and
fielder's choice and scored on an champKinsftBp: game April
run.Robert. a each 4-for-5,led BHSat
tying fordelt Strong
Sdiito ted BUS aS thepestoP :
3-for-3 at the RBI double by Eric Nazworth.: Hubert ?
Starling was
womb J-Ur-4: baling!: the plate.
homered with plate :: a
Robert Starling
plate, hit a home run, had 2 RBI'sand Rirhi Barno who had walked _..rtGolfers ..
scored two runs.Tim Lewis was -




Compete TodayBHS 1 I I I I

have been taking turns as the
District golfers 4-3A ,Tournament 15-3-1, are at today the number four man. A team win needs the
consistent players to
30) at the Palm four
(Thursday, April outThe
Sexton
Harbor Country Club at Palm Coastin district points
team played a district tune-up
.
County.It
Flagler round at Palm Coast to familiarizethe
Mid-
dleburg is an, Palatka la-hole tournament., Orange Park, players with the course. Choice Beef Sale

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and BHS each have a
St.Augustine BUS Win Tri-Match...
good chance to win the district test if
The Tornado golfers won by two
they have a good day. 7
"It just depends on who has a good strokes, 164-166, over StAugustineand Sirloin
day," Tornado Coach Mike Sexton Clay High trailed way back at
207 in an April 28 tri-matcfa at ,
says.It'll take a 324 or 325 to win the St.Augustine.Hal $20 79
Coach Sexton Wood led BUS with a 39 in its Steak r
district match Ed ._. .1..
OP shot a 163 at Palm final regular season match. '
predicts. .
Fresh .
David Elder 42,and .
Coast a couple weeks ago. Double Douglas shot 41, ". ,
that score for 18 holes and you've gota Chris Simmons 42.FLA.TWIN. '"
326, Sexton points out. SA has Lean .
played that course several times, he THEATRE "
T-Bone '
says.BHS is gearing up for the tourna- Starke 964-5451

ment,hoping to have a good day and Hamburger
Night*
play well, and come away a winner Open Every 9Se

Coach OP and Sexton St.Augustine says. have really .I[---7 2.00---spEcuu------| -- ;; $ 2-89

been developing some depth in their I Set. & Sun.3:00 Showing lb.

four and five positions.Coach Sextonis L__To** ;!..sho. EL-.1.J \ t t ;:
concerned that BHS hasn't had a 1 "" r' \
number four golf to really take Starts Fri.. May ',f .- PicnicHams .
charge. Four or five BHS players } ,
TEYOUTTEHBERG3O1 .
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Shoulder ,..," t "t. '
: Ail-Sports IIsON P "

Club' Banquet 1 Steak or $ :. : ,A

The bradlord All-Sports Club 1.5 9 '
: :.t."o..
. the All Sports Banquet at .
Roast
presents .. .lb. M1
Blanding Armory c
the new Camp ," ,o, ": .
Thursday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. ... .' -- 79
: Tickets are $17.50 per couple for a .... lb.
: steak dinner. Guest speaker is Ker- .
; win Bell, Florida Gator Quarter .
: back. Chuck
: Tickets are available at Sears 4
: Catalog Store, The Beautique &

Stumo's Department Store. _,_ Roast or
; $ Turkey Wings
049
i BHS Band Third SCREEN Steak 1

; In Atlanta Test . .. Ib. Turkey Necks
.29'
The BHS "Spirit of Bradford"

.. Band earned straight superior Pig Feet . . . ,Ib.Ib.
ratings, highest possible,and placed
third in its class in competition April Round
: 24-25 at the Six Flags Festival in $ Fresh

:: Atlanta.The weekend trip earned the band DRIVE-IN Steak--------lb. 1q98 Neckbones

.: two Participating additional trophies.bands represented .. Radio Sound ** .39'

schools from North Carolina, South FRI. SAT.SUN Hog Maws . . .
: Carolina, Tennessee, Florida anti I is J :
Kentucky,
: Missouri Texas,
Louisiana. The AAA class,which\included
:
the BHS band, was the only s BUTCHERS WILL 8 Pack
: class to receive straight superiors.

judges Comments, overheard between by the the BHS two THeie'f a Ktlle at him in all,of us.fa OUR HUT! vouB JIBBER Pepsi

band's Mrs. Helen Burch in a hotel :ll: l:1E
_
were very complimentary of m *a p lobby -
the BHS band's performance.especially -ShowtUtMi*:49& IOJOADMISSION plus tax & dep
that the BIISband's -
noting -
rendition of"Manatee LyricOverture" A4ul.__sr SO I I
OilMrMWelcome
would give composerRobert : $1.89

Sheldon's band, competition._
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Saturday May 2, 1987 Center CutPork 1 $4.90 $1 ..69.

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Jenkins Jumps Into Regions...
Corey Roberts Easily Wins 100-Meter Prelim.
Malachi JenklM far the reglM at I'F today la the long Jump
4juUncsl
catch and win.
I Carey Robert of Lawtey. premier High sprinter blows by his close a shaky start In this race but was In all last three enough to going Into.p regional com and triple jump.OoceBlraliag*a JM iWtr t..ecists Jenkins may get I
In the slate races
Roberts Is ranked
of the 100 meter dash.
bind hID Ocala Forest in the preliminaries his best leaps .f the sea...
Roberts qualified for re?<--' wniMHion in the 100. 220, and 440. He got petition. His beat time Is I 48.8 In the 440.



I Seven Lady Tornadoes Qualify for Regional Championships I I


OV l....... 55.. t-.ttM, $...- (MI, !:. 4)Lewis.
Seven Bradford High girls ing for the region in both events. Track Events... ...-Yard) ..ls.s 1>............ ".*31. .*...-.,.,"
". .., Menus 1IJS.4NkUvsmssrel tlVs qualified for the Region 2-3A track King threw the discuss 103'2/ IKsiHirte 11. JI Mn./aV:
n....* Mini Hurdles! IIAdsms. .!, 11.11 ll.n. ftint. esm. .:".**. 2/Oanesvlll. 4l>.?4.
meet set in Gainesville today Cassandra Snow of North Marion DHunt OHI IS.., DLsCsm OHI 1..... ....Y.... OS.,,1 11_. ."1. 4*14. M_.;.4LS.4. >>er_.:!>H.OSVs .
Thursday, April 30). won the district at 103'7". King tossed Psmpey OV. I..... DMcl II* '(, ...... 311... H. SUM SU4 : ! the shot 30'10"in the district, but IM-M.Lr Ostnt 11WIIIIsmt,OHI 11.1.JIMIII, .1_.. CbeLSS.nevsrt .... nts The 7 girlS scored 44 points for has thrown three feet further than OV. 12..., !>De ...., (.. 13.', 4)OlnkMi. OHI.II. Os ki IIMIH, ov.>*.., trmmmmt.Ml si....IWsv.ov.SI""*.
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fifth in the District 53A. It
place was .
MI.Iill.M.mmink ,_ n,
Mile Hunt 11,15.11 OHI,M.It. Mehr 0#' n ITNm.n5141.22.21
a bummer of a district meet a good that.Christie Harrell qualified in the ..1..... DHsrrell) BM1. f:11.", .)_**", _Y. *; Beat IIA>*eSI,*>M-.t-.ttM."'- .)_.a5.:. .IJ.Ja....
uuee Coach: George Loper points mile run after a second place

oat.The 5:38.94: a personal best in the
first four places in the district district. She's seeded sixth for the wAA HOW CAN YOU GO WRONG.
V qualify for.regional competition. region. ,
Freshman Ramona Tennant
Bradford High' only outright qualified in the two mile run with a
district win in the girls competition third place finish in 12:21.29: her per Terwillegar Motors will meetor
was the mile relay team's 4:15.09.: sonal best. Tennant ran behind Tan-
That places them third going into the nahill OV, who ran 12:13.47: and
regions out of the district competi- Mettle of OF ran 12a:16.80. beat bonifide deal on
...:_ tion. Tornado Christie HarrelJ led, Tennant's time seeds her fourth out any
,-,. Lori Sapp was second, Kim Adams of district into the region.
ran the third leg. and Felicia Davis Kim Adams placed fourth in the !
anchored the best BHS mile relay 440 yard dash, qualifying her for a comparable auto
time this year. district. Her district time of 61.74
seeds her sixth into the regions. She
Lori Sapp was second and Christie has a clear shot of being in the firstfoucsavs WE SAVE YOU $ $ $

Karretl was third in the 880 yard run, Coach Loner.
both Qualifying for the regional competition -
in the event.Sapp ran 2:26.8. Girls Results... ,
Lori who was out 2V months with
j Meet results: II) Gainesville *7; 21) Vanguard 6OOOO Warranty
flu. still has two weeks until state to
55; 3) CaMsidvM; 41 ForestM;5) Bradford*;;
work her lime down to 2::18 where I) North Marion 33; f) Irks Weir 4. 31
she was last year.Sapp is seeded second 6
from the districL Madena Field Events... Yr. America's Best Mode Products
Ashen of CHS who won the district DMcCrss.OMl.14'evj" .
IIMIII.OY.I1'I"
Jump
Lore
here is seeded first. Ilrr.._. OV. !..." 4)KlmM Of,

..: II.Hleh'....."Jump! 1)Hun.OHS,ft"21............Of.

'."r' Soph Christie Harrell is seeded 4-1S"Shot 1))Putt Nlckoll Illnow.MM..MM"D"IICr."',......2Ia.._0145,4W'.Of.1V Buddy Booms... q 0/0 Cash Back
1Mb going into the region. ''"" ))King, (Ml, ..Ir' SIMcKMiney CS.JO eS'I
-*". LE Principal Buddy Paterson was 3
OIKUSI ISnow.) MM 10"'" DKIne) PHI the official starter for the district .
Soph Unissa King was second I0)-l v. 11M......., Of. "'11" .>MIHi, SI, track meet last Thursday on the \C\"et .soo
discus and third in the shot qualify. rvj" BHS oval.

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I Roberts, Jenkins Qualify for Boys 2Dr.4Dr. I


Corey Roberts qualified in 100,220, the 220 yard dash in 22:22 and was Speedster Corey R berts' 90,38 is "Sport" GL r
and+to,and Malachi Jenkins in the second in the 440 yard dash in 50.36. the third best district time in the 440 f ,

long; jump and triple Jump for the The two are the only Tornado boy ranked into fifth the in region.the state But Roberts in all jOur Best Buy
Region Z-3A Track Meet set today performers to qualify for the I
(Thursday. April 30) on the University Region. The marks were set on the classifications has run 48.8 the best '9000
of Florida track in Gainesville. Bradford High track last Thursday over-all season time coming into the Under

Jenkins turned in two personal April 23, in the District 5-3A track region.Roberts'.
seeds him fourth in
22.22
best performances when he long meet.
Jumped arrUMfc" and triple Jumped The finals\ were run off in 2V4 hours the district times coming into the F150Long
C"\" for two fourth place finishes. by the efficient BHS crew lined up by regional competition in the 220 yard
Coach taking a dash. Roberta has run a 22.06 this
Tornado speedster Corey Roberts George Loper away Wheel Base
He has shot at going 22.0 or
won the 100 meter dash in 10.83 won 40-minute rain and lightning delay. season. a
under in region.
s -T Jackson of Lake Wales brings a sw 300 Six Fuel 'Injected
4 ; : 21.2S Strong from Lake Gibson at 4 Speed Manual (Creeper)
21.47. and Hodges from Orlando Aux. Fuel Tanks
Jones has run a 22.2 coming into the .
region. Handling Package

'Hj Roberts is seeded fourth in the 100 Tech

from the districts. Strong from Lake low Mount Mirrors
V Gibson has run 10.31 Jackson is'
seeded second at 10.52, and a boy 0 Power Steering PoW er Brakes
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named Mose from Lake Wales has 9 0 Our Best Buy 5250 G.

run 10.69. Roberts ran 10.83 in the (5) P215 Radial Tires

district and has run 10.64. .,, \aef. "t fP c* 8995


At the Region... (, S Ford Cash Bock *6QO

Regional preliminaries begin at 3p.m. or.60p
with the girls and boys long '8395
Jump. At 4 p.m. is the girls and boys
discus. At 4:30: is the girls and boys
shot put At 5 p.m. the running
preliminaries begin. At 6 p.m. the
rwrwwlly eJ pole vault and the high Jump is set

T The finals\ begin at 7:30 p.m.

Boys Results... Bronco I II

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Discus. *Metirsi lldskerts, 5145. IS.Bl tlllelims.OHI Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts,
Unissa King Tosses the .. ,
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UBHM King qualified for regional competition In the discos 11.11. 388-FORD G'ville 377-1096 .
BiBsumnri MIN Bum nrOM' >:U" inner ., '
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! Lake Region Monitor Union County Times

.: Thursday,April 30, 1987
B Section

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Future Growth...



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Landowners honored for sound management 4 .

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ByMarkFrledlln port," Norton said "for those tree The standard minimum area tract

BCT Staff Writer farmers, who, through achievingtheir considered for Tree Farm status is
I The key to conserving and proper' own objectives, are implementing 10 acres. Areas of lesser size will be
ly using the natural resources abun forest management practices considered on the basis of special
! dant in Bradford County is proper beneficial to society We also hope to merit. r
j I management, and no-where are the demonstrate the forest industry s interest The woodland must be permanant-
I results of good stewardship more to individual woodland owners ly dedicated to the growing and raF
evident than in the Tree Fram Program and its commitment to cooperatewith harvesting of timber and other n- ;1 +

practiced by area landowners. them in Intensive managementof forest crops. Landowners In the program u ,,..
"They are the ones who are mak- their forestlands. are urged to develope and
,;,. ing the decisions about land here in To enter the program a tree allow other usages of their lands
Bradford County now which will impact farmer must first have his forests within the multiple use concept.
future generations," com certified.The All woodlands under one owner H t.
mented Bradford County Forestor national requirements for certified must be managed according to Tree
Dave Norton. "We want to recognizethe tree farm elegibility include Farm standards before any of the
citizens and landowners who do a written forest management recommendations area is certified. An owner may

responsible job managing their land prepared by a have his main are certified and then .
and making the woodlands here int registered or graduate forestor or add additional tracts as long as his ..
he county a viable part of the forestry technician plus an actual policy is to place these additional A

economy for years to come. "on the ground" implementation of lands under proper management as
Norton presented a placque of appreciation forestry management practices on a rapidly as possible. The additional
for just those type of good significant portion of the forestlandin tracts amy be certified when they
management decisions: recently to question. are placed under intensive forest
William and Malcome Harrell, who Certified tree farmers are eligibleto management. l
manage over 500 acres near compete in local, district and national "Managing and caring for a commercial
Brooker. competitions and are sup- tree operation is much more
"They have done an exceptionaljob ported by the organization with re- complex than most people think," ?3tl.
in this area," Norton commented inspection sessions of their trees by Norton commented. "When you see l.., t.M ,
"We are certainly glad they professional foresters.In the nicely ordered rows of trees s
are members of the American Tree growing over a period of years it
most owned
Farm system and we encourage any cases on privately might not look as if there is much to
and forest-land is
landowners with extensive managed eligiblefor do for the owner just sit back and I I
the but certain
woodlands to consider the program.The program watch the trees grow, right? It's
forestland mat I
in public ownership !
American Tree Farm Systemis really the opposite. There quite a bit
be certified if it is managed and
a nation-wide program which to do to protect the trees and see that
meets all of the other standards. The
gives public recognition to private intent of the they are managed in a proper way so
forest owners who are doing an effective public-ownership provi- that they will be suitable for ,
sion Is to allow the certification of
job of growing trees as a harvesting. It's a challenge for a
school forests and town
according to Norton. It is municipal land-owner but the rewards can be
crop spon- Good
forests, and tracts of other publicly Stewardship. ..
sored by the nation's wood-using Industries great.
owned woodland which under
through the American the direct management of are organiza- Some of the 'things landowners County Forestor Dave Norton tat right) presents good land management practices In the American Tree I
Forest Institute with the assistanceof plaque of appreciation to William far
tions such as Boy and Girl Scouts, ( left)) and Farm System.
forestry associations Malcome lJarr H. landowners who have
public agencies school districts, Future Farmers of followed the
foresters and other
consulting
America group and 4-H organiza-
experts. tions.
"The objective is to encourage To RegisterIf "SPRING Aud "StJIIII'IEK C'

private forestland owners to are thinking of registeringyour
their you SANTA FE "O"DAYI'RIDAY N'RIL 20 24 RUlVIAR RUlISTRATIO"
manage forestlands for the increased land moo AI'I 4:00 I'M
in the program, the area,
production of tree crops, for the most part, must support a THURSDAY APRIL 23 JUGISTRATIO": 10:00 AI'I- 4:00: PM & 6:00: I'M 8:00: I'M
Norton explaned, "with the addi- ".
tional benefit of improved wildlife medium or better stocking of com CO 1 Y Al "UNITY MONDAY, TUESDAY PlAY 4 tr 5 JUGVIAR: RUlISTRATIO" 10:00 AI'I 4:00: 'MCOLL
mercial forest trees. Fields, bogs
,
habitat, to the increasingly impor- and 1UtsDAY PlAY 5 RES OOr/M""G; REGISTRATION: 6:00: I'M 8:00 'M
lakes, brush, homesites other "
tant area of watershed" protectionand non-forested lands adjacent to the ::1..1 G'., WEDNESDAY: PlAY 6 GASSES BfGI" SOfrDVLE; ADJUSTMENT;

outdoor recreation. should not be included in 10:00 AI'I
property 4:00 I'M ArID 6:00.8:00 'M

Supporting hope to members provide of a the better program the Tree Farm area. These areasdon't TUESDAY PlAY 12 lAST DAY TO DROP LASS A Rr.crwr; ; RrrunD:
have to be defined in the report
understanding of the role private but their acreage should be MOnDAY PlAY 25 MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY

HS""',,' tion's forestlands'need for play.wood in meeting and paper the' products na-- proposed estimated Tree and Farm deducted area from All proposed the .., ST'IIDIC' ..CENTER TUESDAY, JJUNE B LAST DAY_TO DROP CLASS At I1AVJRrr'OVD'I.\OMJUCORD": ;:' !' __: ,..
wildlife WWn."DAY,
fresh water;; and acreage should be reported to Street '
recreation."We the nearest whole number for reporting 09kWFlorida 32091 THURSDAY JUNE 17. 18 riM tXAI't DAYS SPRinG "A"
hope to encourage public
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R. Lehr, Sr. was promotedto Lehr, the son of Joseph R. And
Correctional Probation Super- Lois Lehr, was born and reared in Deytlme -

visor I at the O. Unit, Florida State Erie Pennsylvania. He graduatedfrom nuu 0100 ASI 0 nursing Assistant (eightell program) 8:00 2:00 M -P 100 Hitchcock

Prison, on March 23, with less than Strong Vincent High School in cae lJOO ASI D Intro to Computers 8:30.10:03 M. n 204 3 Hamilton
13 in the Erie in 1967. high school
years system. Following .
MAC 1102 A'S I' Intermediate Algebra 8:30.10:05 I't II 212 3 Green
Lehr, 37, began work as a correctional Lehr enlisted in the U.S. Army, and
officer I with the Departmentof served in the Signal Corp, in West MUL 1011 ASI I' Music Appreciation 8:30.10:05 I't n 108 3 Kushner

Corrections in October, 1974, Germany. Lehr found Florida to to COP 1170 ASI D Programming In BASIC 10:15.11:50 M. II 204 3 Hamilton

assigned to Florida State Prison his liking, and relocated to Keystone ENC 1102 ASI P Intro to Literature 10:15.: 11.50 M II 209 3 Culver
(FSP). In less than 30, months, Lehr Heights in 1974. He and his family
HS 2400 ASI P First Aid 10:15.11:50 M n 108 3 1M
was promoted to sergeant. In Jan- now live in Lake Butler.
muary, 1977, he was promoted to Lehr pursued his education MAC 1104 ASI P College Algebra 10:15.11:50 MM 212 3 Oreen

correctional counseler and con- through Lake City Community College MAT 1004 ASI C rJemental; ) Algebra 10:13.11:50 M-M 105 4 TMACo
tinued in the his associate degreein
Security Departmentuntil receiving 2001 ASI D 'rlo. or Accounting I 12:00 1:3.5: M n 212 3 Wills
his promotion to classification 1978. Included in his AA degree
specialist, in June 1978. are 160 hours in the CorrectionalTraining HUM 1020 ASI P Intro. to Humanities 12:00 1.50 I't. M 108 4 1M

Lehr transferred in grade, from Institute, on the grounds of ENC 2301 ASI P Advanced Composition 12:00 1:3.5 M M 209 3 Culver

FSP to the O.Unit, in August. ,. 1984. Union Correctional Institution. In .

In his present postion, Lehr super- 1985, Lehr graduated from Florida Evealag -

vises 3 classification specialists and State University, with a bachelor'sdegree RrL; 2JOO ASS P Major Religions 20th Cent. 7:00.10I5N M W 209 3 McPadden'rNC

3 records clerks, who are responsible in criminololgy. ; 1102 ASS P Intro. to Literature ,. 7:00.10:1511 M W 205 3 TMAMH '
for 500 inmate
records maintaining for male felons, incarcerated ""Special thanks and recognition to 2010 AS6 P U.S History to 1877 7:00 10:15" T" 212 3 WIlliams
my wife, Roberta, my daughter, .
in the O. Unit. It is the
Kasi Anne, and my son, David Jr., Fill 2010 AS6 P Intro. to 'hllo50phy 7:00.10:1511 T 11 209 3 SugalskiSPN
of his to
review responsibility inmate records department, interview inmates for their many years of patience, 1101 AS6 P Spanish II 700.10:1511 T Ii 108 3 Argulnzonl
and assistance the
support through
and make recommendationsin
schooling and long hours. They
reference to inmatesjetentign, "SUI'II'IEK C' (Prom May 6 to August 6)) ,
share a major part in my obtainingthis
transfer,, probation, parole or '
release. -- goal and promotion, said Lehr. Evening -

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M18 1371 CS8 D Math for Health Related 7:00 9:45". M 205 3. Becker
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Camp Blanding may become a reali- National Guard officials are hosting the center, because the proposed
ty, if Navy and National Guard officials scheduled to meet April 13 to discuss agreement will allow Navy
FINANCING AVAILABLE agree to the proposal. proposed terms of a long-time lease medical personnel on the post to add
of 57 acres and several guard support to Camp Blanding's medical
Ad good thru May 2. 1907 If the training unit Is located at' buildings.The clinic and add to the post a perma-
Blanding, 45 permanent navy positions Navy Is cognizant of the many nent military presence.
would be assigned and Naval Camp Blanding assets,including the Fleet hospitals are 250-500 bed
ENTERTAINMENT contingents of 200 personnel will proximity to the Naval hospital and temporary hospitals that are storedin
HOME train at a time 10 times a year said medical facilities, the commissaryand dozens of containers, each about
Ensign Rick Crabb, spokesman for the Jacksonville Naval Air Station half the size of a tractor-trailer rig.
Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital In In addition to the vast acreage The hospitals carry enough supplies
CONCEPTSBradford California. available for their needs.Lt. for 60 days and can be transportedby
Blanding is one of five or six locations Col. Kent Petelle director of ship and truck then set up where
under consideration for the Plans.Training and Mobilization for needed.
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protect his woodland from fires unless the land is being converted to The Western Pine Association
III diseases insects and destructive other uses." developed a similar program and
overgrazing.Forest Areas specifically and exclusivly certified its first Tree Farm on Sept.
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by local farmers include cutting fire may also be certified as tree farms if During that year, Alabama certified
Browning Pans lanes around the perimeter of the the plantations or stands are well- its first Tree Farm on April 1
property to stop potential fires from managed. Good management for and the Arkansas Forestry Commis-
$269.95 spreading and to allow easy move- this type of tree production demands sion was close behind with a Tree
ment of fire-fighting vehicles weed insect and disease control Farm dedication on June 6.
THIS WEEKEND ONLY disposal of high fire hazards and logging proper thinning and other recognized By the end of that first year, the
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forest fire fuel build-up by prescribed quate density and symmetry. The American Tree Farm System was
burning, maintenence of forest objectives In management in this formed. It was sponsored by the
fire fighting equipment fencing and type of farm is to produce the max- forest industries through a national
other efforts to eliminate destruc- imum number of trees of the grade association which is now known as
tive grazing and the systematic "U.S. number 1"or better, as defined the American Forestry Institute.In .
25" removal of overaged, diseased or in- in a USDA publication "United those early days few people :
sect infested trees. States Standards for Christmas thought of timber as a crop and progress I
-- --j 140 Channels The owner also has to provide for Trees" available at the county was painfully slow. Farmers
prompt restocking of desirable foresters office. spoke of "silviculture" and "forest
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Stereo eVISlonTelevision idle areas of land which are suitablefor System History most land-owners.Stranger still was
tree gorwing. The first Tree Farm in the United the concept of managing forests like
Monitorand Replanting is accomplished by a States was dedicated in 1941. farmers managed agricultural
variety of methods including natural On that date, Tree Farm numberone crops. Most forest land in this coun-
and Bilingual Ir l T Compatible seeding, aerial or direct seeding or was started. It was a 120,000 try was owned and is still owned by
High Resolution reforestation with young tree seedl acre forest owned by the private indivduals who are not
Broadcast 4 r ings. In many cases site preparation Weyerhaeuser Timber Company in foresters. The figure for the percent
Audio 22 Button Remote (burning or mechanical) is Washington State's Gray's Harbor of private land is around 59 percent.
112 Channel Audio / VideoInputOutput necessary to remove residual or County. Heavy use by hunters Getting these private owners to
competing before re- fishermen berry pickers and vacationers listen to forestry advice and apply it
TV Monitor seeding or repanting.Harvesting posed a fire hazard to the to their land was a technical pro-
17 Button Remote $799 timber. The company appealed to blem that neede to be translated into
on a Tree Farm is an the public for cooperation and fire practical and easily understood
$54900> PLUS 130 FREE important stage for the grower not prevention.The terms.
only commercially, but in finding editor of a local newspaper Program managers hope the
Movies this the best way to cut and leave the suggested naming the forest the words "Tree Farm' have done just
Weekend OnlylFISHER land productive for another crop. "Clemons Tree Farm" in honor of that. The program has now become
Plus 150 Free Cutting practices differ from area to pioneer logger Charles H. Clemons. nationwide in scope with increasing
MoviesThis area depending on stand conditionsand The name "Tree Farm" caughton. thousands of landowners joining in
timber types.Clearcutting At the Tree Farm dedication what has been described as the
Weekend OnlyFisher is the method usually Washington State governor Arthur greatest voluntary forest conserva-
done in Union and Bradford coun- Langlie said "The Clemons Tree tion movement in the nations's
farm may set the pace for millions of history.
ties."Clearcutting of merchantabletrees acres of such lands throughout the Today the American Tree Farm
is recognized as good forestry state." System operates in all 50 states in
in many stand conditions," Forester The governor was right. the U.S. It's still sponsored by the
Norton said. "However, an owner Bythe end of 1941 a West Coast forest industries through the
who clear cuts must provide Tree Farm Program was establish American Forest Institute.

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State Attorney's Report for Bradford. .

\Glenda's Shear Design '. .
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118 S. Thompson Street < 964-4151 .,.o1i
The Bradford Office of State Attorney Gregory Steven Gibson arrested for burglary; pled guilty to grand state attorney's office charging :
Gene Whitworth received 46 Oct.24 for grand theft; pled guilty to theft, sentenced as adult to five other defendants were dismissed for Help Mom Look Great ,
new individual cases and/or felony sentenced to 2Vi years years probation, make restitution. the following reasons;
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defendants for prosecution duringthe Mary by 2V4 years proba Raymond Tyson arrested Nov. 30 A charge of aggravated battery; for Mother's Day May 10
month of March. Three of the for burglary, grand theft; pled no victim does not wish to prosecute.
cases were prison related,accordingto tion.Bruce Allen Barnes arrested Sept. contest to grand theft, given five Charges of worthless check;
Investigator Wiley Clark. 23 for burglary, dealing in stolen years probation. restitution made. With Christine Only -
Information was filed on 24 prior property; pled no contest to Raymond L. Wilkerson arrested Nine charges of principal in first
cases and the office declined to prosecute burglary of structure, given five July 17, 1983 on three counts aggravated degree for forgery and uttering PERMS reg. 38- . . '28-
17 cases. Five were assault found guilty, Nov 1986; charges being filed
cases years probation, make restitution, ; forgery
dismissed. There was one jury trial pay child support. given five years probation 60 days in seperate case. frostings . rag 2S" . s15-
and three non-jury trials. The office Anthony Richard Arciero arrested DOC arrested March 2 for VOP, A charge of grand theft Jan.11;insufficient
conducted one state attorney in Sept.25 for grand theft; pled no con- found guilty probation revoked, evidence as to this defendant Offer good thru Saturday, May 9

vestigation.No test to grand theft; sentenced to 18 placed on community control two "We Like To Keep You Looking Good"
judicial action was taken on months DOC, followed by 3V4 years years. A charge of armed transferred
five cases and three violation of probations probation. gravated battery; case
were filed. Eight pleas of JetII.Jrnons\. arrested Feb 6 Sworn complaints filed with the to misdemeanor division.i !
guilty were accepted.
Sixty-five misdemeanor cases
were filed and 21 prior cases were
dismissed by the office in March,
said Clark. The office declined to
prosecute eight cases and 15 guilty
pleas were accepted.Five .
petitions were filed in
juvenile court. The state attorney
dismissed three juvenile petitionsand
six pleas of guilty were ac
cepted. The office declined the
recommendation of HRS on one peti- DIXIEWi1HTltt

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March.disposition during the month of


Giles H. Mitchell arrested Oct. 9 '
for possession and delivery of cocaine ./
; case dismissed, insufficient
evidence as to this defendant. PRICES GOOD
Lynn Arin Marchman arrested RIGHTS THURS. WED.,
Nov 12 for grand theft (possessionof WMMMNKM RESERVED BTOM*MC America's Supermarket APRIL 30 MAY 6, 1987
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stolen property); dismissed,
defendant being prosecuted in
another jurisdiction.
Steven Lang Sanford arrested
Nov. 12 for grand theft (possessionof PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS:
stolen property); defendant being
prosecuted in other jurisdiction. ,- I STARKE 'OOC
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Thomas Theodore Bresee arrested 1121 WALNUT ST BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING' CENTER-OEU PHONE M4-N13

Feb 23 for possession of marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
burglary;case transferred to misde-

meanor division. Over 10,000 Ways
Tammie Lynn Padgett arrested
Feb. 23 for possession of marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
burglary;case transferred to misdemeanor

Andrea division.R.Jenkins arrested Dec.6 To Save With

for forgery; charge, uttering improperly forged includedin document -

original sworn complaint and is
being no information under presentcase !
number and being filed as EVERYDAY
PRICES
seperate case. LOW
Simon McCloud arrested Oct.2 for
armed robbery, aggravated assault, o
aggravated battery; case transferred
to misdemeanor division.
Allen Lintemuth arrested ""
Dean GRADE A FRESH
Sept.5 for burglary of dwelling while ':'. .-..
armed,carrying concealed firearm, .I; \,'.. WHOLEFRYERS c
grand theft; pled no contest to / 58
burglary of structure and grand THRIFTY MAID $ 1 38 ;. { :k -, \ .LB.
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theft, given five years probation, t r 5-L8. ": '. "
ordered to_make restitution, perform <-" +. ..SUGAR, ... .. .. -.- .. .BAG 'I' ;:::.: .. Qa;. WD BRAND REGULAR or IEEf ".
community service.r ) UM \ .. '0 Rrr- FRANKS .
Lee Cohens, Jr., arrested S l AIL FLAVORS '. U1rr.I Ua;!. 1)) O'. ''..vl.
Bobby .... .., ., ..... .. ,: '9ge
July 17, 1985 for sexual battery;pled i"HAWAIIAN. C .,:. .::::'.i..i: .i '-BOLOGNA..TTrVWD .
guilty to lewd and lascivious assault: :: .99 .,.,
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arrestedJuly ;.
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given 15 years probation; PUNCH BRAND U.S.CHOICI BONELESS BOTTOM
1986 for violation of probationVOP . '. : SUI'" ::
( ), pled guilty, continued on CHICKEN Of THI SEA IN WATER or OIL : '" ROUND $ 97
probation; arrested Jan. 1987 for \. :': I.:.: |
VOP, sentenced as juvenile, committed LIGHT CHUNK ROAST *
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Milton Jerome Hodges arrested "--- BLUI BAY IN WATER or OIL 2HARVEST
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Dec.7 for burglary,possession of cocaine
; dismissed, case lackb pro- : :I LIGHT CHUNK 45c STEAK . u
secutive merit. 6'II'OL
Andrea Jenkins arrested Dec. 6 ;JIFFi TUNA . . CAN '
for forgery, uttering a forged dl'" ,., n FRESH
ment (two counts each); same :' HEAD33c

charge Geffery previously Lewis DuPuy filed.rested Oct. II : JIFFY CORN 1 Oe'I.: LETTUCE . .

20 for accessory after the fact;insufficient ,'..;.iI" MUFFIN MIX .6PNG lrt/1", CALIFORNIA
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evidence as to this defendant. ., I :.
Oct. 14 NAVEL
James Scott Hall arrested 93cORARNGES
for contributing to delinquency of Tomate r 4LR
minor, accessory after the fact; in- !)011'" CAMPBELL'STOMATO 19 e I aANGES . BAG
sufficient evidence as to this defen- (., IO'/roL L
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dant. CAN
Kevin Charles Sprow arrested KIWIFRUIT I I 0 0
32-CT.LARGE
/ SUPER ABSORBENCY 4 -CT. MEDIUM or "
Oct. 15 for accessory after the fact; f' 3 $1
to this >I IMM ;
insufficient as O75
dismissed
defendant. :Pampers; ; PAMPERS $ . FOR

Susan Keedwell arrested Nov. 5 DIAPERS PILLSBURV CINNAMON,STRAWBERRY,BLUEBERRY.CHERRY i r
for aggravated battery; found not PK4 APPLE

guilty James in non-jury Keedwell trial.arrested Nov. S FOODS. 11 GERBER !r: TOASTER $129

for aggravated battery; found not -: J.Y c
guilty in non-jury trial. % 21. STRUDELS . .nyE
Keedwell arrested Nov. 5 BABY FOOD r
Jimmy .. ASTOR 100 PURE
for aggravated battery; found not o.
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guilty in non-jury trial. t.t-j .'t R'GULAI..LlGHT ORANGEJUICE c
Inmate Ovidio Fabre charged with M' ,,'. BUDWEISER GgBEER
aggravated battery Oct. 16; found r.$239: l . .llJt
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The eight week,non-credit course 2-LTR. I MARGARINE .
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will meet nursing home standards.The .
course will be taught at the
SFCC Starke Center and students
will receive their clinical training at P116.
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Classes will be held from 8 a.m.to 2 )

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Although fairly common for other animals It Is highly unusual for a set both belonging to horseman Albert Andrew*.f Lake BMJcr.
I'I'I, of twin colts to be born with both twins surviving. Colonel Chick and Their owner says he feels very forUnatr.as!...cults..balk. ire fcc
Potatoe Cake, two Union County horses, brought a set of twins Into the very unusual. 11III rAYmT AnD[LOW mOnTHLY PAYmEIITS WITH snAP CREDIT[ I ISNAPPER's
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old victim of E.B., has been accepted hospital will be determined by fin- may require surgery and he continues weighs 33 pounds Mill far below, normal CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WITH YOUR PURCHASE:
for a clinic visit by the Shrine dings at the clinic, Bateman said to have troubles w"'i busters weight of a dald.s age.Campbell FREE MOWING DECK:Choose from a 33" Hi-Vacor41" or 48" side
on his legs and body which become caidtbe boys Mood count a BOW
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Ed Campbell that Chris has during a recent virus JIIIedioa.
4, accompanied by Debbie Carroll, been able to walk due to contractions says s.trre |
his nurse and companion.
I Arrangements for the clinic visit
were made by Fain Bateman chair Aa tow As
man of the Starke Shrine Club's ..--' iLlO- .
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Thursday, Mayl4 at 6:30: for .. .. .

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Tuesday, May 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. I II 0
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Final judgements: rendered in Bradford traffic court 'cases



The following defendants appeared Patricia K. Hiley pled guilty DUI; IPnttgr 35.XtaaOff' gifed]/guilty>DUU. theft;: placed) on six months court Donnie Risby pled guilty battery; ly intoxication; fined$153.73,60 days
;! before Judge George H. fined $362, license suspended six limed WBZ: lliamw susnantaxU sue probation.ordered: to make restitution 60 days court probation, pay $50: court probation, attend rehabilata-
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic months, 50 hours community west nnvntlat.atttend3mlUMdtnml.SQ: .violate no.laws, pay $50 court child abuse; fined$101.25. tion.
Court April 7. Salvation Army supervision One atomnumtty wnrttt(, !dUattam OraafautpanisMim cmtau. Risby additional charges of bat-
year, attend DWI school. : Simon RfcCloud pled'' guilty battery tery and child abuse; dismissed. ,
Kelley. Caine pled guilty fine Daryl R.Miller pled guilty driving James &: Stryintt. aitaB guilty : ;:fined$250, 60 days in jail. Charles Thomas Swyer pled no Men Women A Chlldren'e1O75
under the influence (DUn; while license suspended IDWLSX; OWI*. inttmnrtttDttRC: $362, license suspended six months, fined $101.25. OMhaulk.I 3D Item ammnumt:Jr day in jail,,fined$250 (jail time con- months court supervision. Off All
attend DWI school, 50 hours com- Tommy L. Alexander pled guilty a.roi'tC.3k11: tnatasotlAartlgati !\lalmn. currents Tammy Darlene Henley pled no Clothes & Swlmwoart
munity work under Salvation Army NVDL; produced valid license, Slryuul ututrmtfU watts rm tag/;. Jlattlt Howard:Redding pled guilty contest false report to law enforce- .
supervision. ordered to pay $10 court cosia. .d 8m1Mlld. disorderly conduct;. 60 days Salvation ment; three months court probation, Alan's Boutique
Rafael Delestre, II pled gulty no Alexander pled gulty improper Army" supervision, 20 hours continue therapy, violate no law, Hairplanos"964.4645
valid driver license (NVDL); pro- tag; ordered to pay$50 court costs. SXwflemiatnarCrairttCaroLvn&neiJ community work, pay $50 court pay$50 court costs. |
duced valid license, ordered to pay Michael A.Robinson pled guilty-no; COStSt- Scott Bindley pled guilty disorder- ond.y.pturday
$50, 60 days probation, write 500 chauffeur license; fined$10125. < !\ l! nil(cmntIIIU! Btterycnrrriin Charles> Wood! pled no contest
word essay on why he should not be Robinson pled guilty careless dnv :am>g JHUamirtl/ aorta*. criminal; mischief;; six months
on motorcycle and violating law. ing; dismissed. 11IUIR o+esltutoail.tlmdlatys.nlett prix Salvation Army probation 20 hours Lou-Ann Azalea & Blueberry Farm
Delestre pled guilty speed too fast Robinson pled guilty .improper tbattan.dwartl. ornnrnunity work, make restitution Located off 100 South toward take
for conditions; dismissed. driver license; dismissed. IBlYiirt4tgepliei'gtult' lIItIItJI! ($45.15): Keystone, right' on
Robin Manning pled guilty viola- James D.Kelly DWLB; 24th Avenue, follow signs or
tion of driver license restrictions; dismissed, all costs waive Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 1O-5:30
produced valid license ordered to Scott Richard Hamilton pled guilty -
pay $50 court costs, violate no laws, improper tag; ordered to pay*50
write 500 word essay on why she court costs. 2 DON'TDAYS One Free Dogwood Tree
should not be driving. Earl Johnson.Jr. pled guilty fleeing 1 GYMttCros6A15S with
purchasePut
and attempting to lude;so court any
probation, violate no laws, Attend
school, costs suspended. OJG.T! IT! Your Handcrafted ItemIn

Recent ArrestsIn Our Consignment Shop

Bradford CountyThe >e "All Nature SIngs of Jesus"

following arrests were madein COMMISSARYFOOD PAl"

Bradford County by local STORESR ,
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authorities. 225 at US 301 Lawfey 'GillinS IN ,
782-3O17 11,6 ; 5" ; :
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James C. Owen of Keystone r IMRS COLOR a'
Heights was arrested April 21 for FREEZER SPECIAL *
burglary and grand theft, according 19.95 7549
Lt. John Dempsey. Owen is charged ROW ONLY .
Annual Yield
with taking a radio from the Brad- INClUDES. 4 WI..,
1 Cut Up Fryer. 1 Whole Fryer rs
ford County Landfill. Bond was set $7 mv-"otu..P..ed"
1 lb. Bacon 1 pkg. Cube:Steak
at $500, he was released on his own
.
10- Ribeye Steaks, 10 fork Chaps L Balance on Rate
recognizance.James m'
OTHER SPECIALS .....1t5 Deliverypi CompoundedMonthly 7.3(7Annual (
K. Jenkins of
Lawtey was cY 4rc ( *ta.iChildrem ;
arrested for violation of probationfor

trespass, according to Deputy T-Bone Steak ...*1,89 Iris aa.. & Adults28wallati.
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Doug York. Bond was set at$2,500. Mixed -
Pork Chops . Ib.-1.99 2- hIS 4 izl ; I
William Alderman was arrested '
1b.1086Pork :4
Rlbye e ''r
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April 22 for two counts of grand Chops 1O/4 ...... ...41.... QAVSa: Soo .: ''' %
theft according to InvestigatorDavid utdm.5.5undajo. :
Cube Steak 1b.*: __ Wrt i : $ MdyZa.3: !: 7.336Rate
Aderholt. Bond was set at .. .. _
HOLMS
Chuck Steak Ib.e2'e 1"o.-JOOp.m.:
$56,000, he was released on his own Yield
recognizance. These charges have Spareribs 3 down Ib.e2'eSlab
been previously reported in the Bacon .Ua.-1- :_ TOY / McCrary
Smoked *!** _
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M. Homer of Keystone b' We Accept Food StnIpSE Monty .
Heights was arrested April 22 for no :: W.I.I:
valid driver's license and wilful- MM and Master Ctiere .
wanton reckless driving, accordingto '

Homer Patrolman was released Raymond after a Shuford.$262.50 ; : yeu': ;

surety bond was posted.L. rGflbey's LJsKO ': aal'y.li'e i'e 7176: %

L. Thomas of Lake Butler was ld'
arrested April 23 for driving under
influence, according to Patrolman Gin GIN OR
Shuford. He was released after a I Rate

$362.50 cash bond was posted. 1.75. liTER It_, t LZStlTEK 80C Compounded 6.95*

Jacksonville Man CASE i 99 VODKAI.W.
Tir \ i Monthly
Arrested in TheftOf 75
1199ItONIUCO 015E OF 6
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Starke VehiclesAn I I .
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18-year-old has been arrestedin \ a '" i
Jacksonville and charged with the / I I / .' %
theft of the five vehicles from Orian '. 'J.6963
Starke.Wells .Chevrolet- lds Dealership in .... PUERTO RI CAN ; HARPER -

Staley Marcellus Newsome of .
Gold &
Duval County is in custody of the \ U M 1 KENTUCKY I" -
Duval County authorities but will be White Straight Rate
charged by Bradford County for I fTC17 Bourbon- o
grand theft. L33Biu. WHISKEY CompoundedMonthly 6.75
The Nova which was one of five
vehicles taken from the car lot has
been recovered. Four of the five new
SASaaDF
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vehicles have now been recovered,
according to Investigator Don Den- :
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ton. Three of the vehicles were found 12h1ER ,1 e"'r
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abondanded in residential areas in ,J. :
Jacksonville.The fourth, a Fleetside 6.697

pickup, was stopped by authorities ,j Annual Yield
UMIUM
when they noticed a broken window

and no identification. Newsome was .- .. R1rT; IlRrm T 'II6Y _
driving the pickup, but it had not ---- Rate
been reported as stolen so he was not \ l6ui! ..31t3i1.'gfi1A3 assucsn *
1
pounded.April detained. but the vehicle was im- WV Thl 1l Yidh.. nwattr.oussoe wtttaurIf Compounded 650

24 the last vehicle, a new Monthly
van, was also recovered in Jackson-
ville. T\jWJ 4TS .


Senior Discount Citizens AvailableAt ,_.,: -' ; 6.432Rate %


Hospital o Annual y"Iie''tI'dll

Members of the Union County
American Association of Retired
Persons (AARP) and Union County _
residents at least 60 years of age can %
receive a discount on meals pur- / Compounded 6 25
chased at Lake Butler Hospital W Monthly
Center.
Hand The Surgery hospital's cafeteria has .. .. .
started a "Diner's Club" which of-
fers a 15 percent discount on all th :
mo
meals purchased in the cafeteria. %
"Union County has a very active 5 799
chapter of AARP," said Mary
Chance, public relations director for 7 Annual Yield .
the hospital. "We thought they } H>:. :aIi \
might enjoy having a discount for I w
meals in our cafeteria." Rate
The cafeteria is open to the public
seven days a week. Breakfast is y tit as 0-.r li.wits Compounded 5 650/0
served from 7 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. _
7 Monthly .
Lunch is from 11:30: a.m.until 2 p.m. i \ mDAY.
and dinner is 5 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.

Carry Members out service of Union is available.County AARP V \Yca// /9 \ !; ot). y ;M .: k. .t''

and residents 60 and over can stop / %

Surgery by Lake Center's Butler reception Hospital desk Hand to !( l y / Creffi 5 u ttia 1\ J u.nt i 5.483

pick up their Diner's Club card. / Annual Yield
yz y 135 LITER / o--


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. Santa Fe Community College expands academic enrichment programSanta I

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Fe Community College is complete a program of study designed needed for college success. gram. These include counselor,
expanding its six-week academic to prepare them for transfer to a The program gives students a teacher and/or principal recommendations A-
enrichment program from an enroll- four-year college. The A.S. Degree chance to Improve their ability to ACT/SAT scores, high v
ment of approximately 20 to 50 (vocational and technical) is designed think, write, read and compute school diploma and a genuine interest -
students. The college achievement primarily to prepare students for mathematically, as well as to makean in attending college.
program(C.A.P.)targets black high immediate entry-level employment adjustment to college life. Along There is no cost to students. They n
school graduates from Alachua and During previous summer CAP with the basics, the program offers do, however, have to provide their
Bradford Counties and is aimed at programs,all participating students study, note-taking and test-taking own transportation and lunch.
improving academic skills and were offered the same academic experience skills which are necessary for college Parents of students will be invited to
motivation of students before they in basic skills. Currently, survival. participate in the orientation ac-
enter college. the instructional component is being Central to the program is a tivities so that any questions they
The program is open to students expanded to find out the academic counseling component that addresses may have can be answered.
interested m both the Associate of areas in which a student is deficientand a student's personal, Students interested in the CAP I
Art(A.A.)and Associate of Science to systematically address those academic and career decision mak- program may make inquiry to their
(AS.)college programs. In addition areas, as identified by pre- ing skills. high school counselors. For more in- I
to this years graduating class assessment. In addition, students who take advantage formation about this unique oppor-
students who graduated in June 1988 Research has shown from of this opportunity become tunity, contact Dr. St. Elmo Cherryor
are also eligible to be accepted in previous programs that CAP does eligible for consideration for Gerri Singleton at SFCC at
this summer's CAP Program.The bridge the gap between high schoolsnd scholarships and on-campus jobs.A 395-5486 and 395-5058, respectively.
A.A. degree is awarded to college entry by equipping student must meet certain requirements The summer CAP program begins
those students who successfully students with those skills that are for admission to the pro- June 22 and ends August 3.

Sabrina Snell, 1985 Bradford High
School graduate,who completed the

. Local teachers honored at DisneyThe SFCC College, and Achievement is currently Program enrolled at in

SFCC. Sabrina Snell Tonia Parks
197 Florida Teacher of the necessary to fullfill dreams Hendricks, Lake Butler Elementary Tonia Parks, 1985 Bradford High
Year and students representingcomties courage, curiosity, confidence and ; Mary Tarelton, Lake Butler School graduate, SFCC College
tboughout Florida will be constancy-during academic and extracurricular Middle School and Kimberly Griffis, Achievement Program graduate,
honored at Watt Disney World's activities. Union County High. and recipient of the SFCC Board of ,. De Wise. .\
Fourth annual Dreamers and Doers Trustees Academic Scholarship
awards ceremonies May 4 at the Representing Bradford County is The Florida- Department of awarded to students graduating inthe Shop
Contemporary Resort. Liza Elizabeth Mosley, Bradford Education will make its annual upper ten percent of their high f
Alan Ttocfce. star of the ABC-TV Middle School and Shaun Schmidt, Teacher of the Year announcementat school senior class. PRICEWSEBacardl
series"GrowingPains" will be the Bradford High School. Clay County this year's Dreamers and Doers UCIIS Class
guest speaker. representatives are Gregory program. The five finalists for Of
141 students statewide who were Gaines, Grove Park Elementary; Teacher of the Year will be presentas 1977 Plans
chosen by their county schoolsuperintendent John Soares, Orange Park Middle well as Florida Education Com- Reunion SoonThe
for examphfying the School and Carina Self. Clay High. missioner Betty Castor,who will an-
"Four Cs" Walt Disney felt were Representing Union County is Jason nounce the winner. Union County High School
Graduating Class of 1977 is planning loll
it's 10 year reunion here in Lake R --

. Wagner is new FSP accountantby anyone Butler.Any graduate knowing the of whereabouts that class, or of Rum Seagrams Canadian Mist

any graduate of that class are askedto Gin
Buster Hahn school in 1958 and attended the contact Susan Hamilton Powell at

BCT Stan Writer University of S. Dakota, in Vermillion r......... ..................Hairbiz..... .4962078.... ..... ............ Y 1.75 y 1.75 AsoY
Edward Wagner..broke tradition He received a degree in a COUPON : rANA01A
and entered employment as an Business Administration and Educa- %
accountant III at Florida State tion in 1969. Between high school .. 1 375 y; 1299 tu 599
Pram FSP). and college, he served 4 years in the Special Carpet Cleaning .
Accountants usually come up U.S. Army, stationed in Orleans,
through the ranks transferring France.
from smaller institutions,or begin in Wagner married the former Mary
accountant I positions, after Kate Schmidt in 1955, and they now 0 $ J per room
graduating from college or taking a live north of Keystone Heights,adja- 9 2 room minimum .
top accounting: position after work- cent to the home of Clay County G Blenm or shampoo
Old
ing for the AaiKbtor General. Sheriff Jennings Murhree. The "Re Move The Furniture"
Prior to Joining the business office Wagners have two children.Stepani, Senior Citizen & Military Discount Canadian '1 Thompson
of FSP. Wagner spent 5 years in an 20, is a student at University of .
import-export business in Jacksonville North Florida, and Jason, 16, at- Lord i Schenley
,where be was a partner in the tends Middleburg High School. Special: Sofa & Chair 29.95 Calvert I LTR Vodka
firm.He sold his interest in late 1986. They own acreage in Theressa, .
Wagner a native of Winner, S. and enjoy raising livestock. Warranty CuHtomer salb.faction
Dakota got Florida sand in his shoes money-bark guarantee. ; 750 639 LTR
when be transferred to Jacksonvilleas 1 Prof"88ionaI8t"rvice with
a
comptroller-manager of the old SALE uw"uar
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personal Christian
Standard Sales forerunner of Ser 10 ; CJ 599
vice Merchandising a prominent oriented company. :
catalog-showroom chain of stores. Tanning Sessions \ aa
He left Standard Sales when it was = Please
Service Merchandising Only a -
purchased by 964-4485
m 1981.Wagner! : 3O1 LIQUORS: & LOUNGEStarke

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Seven Lake Butler residents sworn in as court investigators



Seven Lake Butler residents were as guardians ad litem when Judge
sworn in as guardians ad (litem in a Chance was functioning as acting
special ceremony Tuesday, April 21, juvenile court judge.
in the courtroom of the Union County The guardian ad litem system was
Courthouse. then officially created by the Florida F hi
Guardians ad litem (guardians Supreme Court and funding by the
under the law) are people who make legislature.
reports to the legal system as Reiman noted that each guardian
special investigators in Juvenilecases. would find the demands on their
Any juvenile who is turned time varying from case to case. He
over to the state Department of said that some cases might only takea
Health and Rehabilitative Services couple of days and that others
(HRS) may have a guardian ad could take several years before they
litem appointed to the case. are finally resolved. Guardians ad
The guardian makes a special litem are appointed to cases on a
report to the court system, in addi- random basis.
tion to the investigation and report "There is a delicate balance bet-
done by HRS officials.The guardianalso ween HRS and the guardians ad
functions as a special represen- litem. You are responsible for an in-
tative of the child. divdiual Independent investigation.You .
David Reiman,Union Coun- are to report on what will be in V
ty Jude and acting cicuit court the best interest of the child," he _
judge in Union and Baker Counties said. .i .
for juvenile cases, swore the seven Reiman noted that a guardian ad '
new guardians in after introducingthem litem does not represent HRS, and ___ __ _
to court personnel and does not come before the court to
reiterating some of their respon- speak on behalf of the parents in the
sibilities. All seven guardians had case. The guardian aditem's soleresponsibility L
been through extensive training to :; and concern is the
acquaint them with their respon- welfare and well being of the child.
sibilities. "In the cases I have been involvedin }
The seven guardians ad litem who func-
as a judge, I have found the
were sworn in were Monroe Weeks, ad litem in-
tion of the guardian
Powell, Kim Thomas, _
Martha Reports I have received
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Jeanette Hendricks, Marie Thomas, dispensible.from guardians ad litem are in __ _
and Art Peterson, all _
Sarah Mobley many ways the most complete, sen-
of Lake Butler.In sitive and can be the most pro- :
discussing their duties and the vocative"of all reports made in con- .
guardian ad litem system in nection with juvenile cases, Reiman g -- -- -- -
general, Reiman noted that the
system was founded here in the said.Reiman his remarks by
closed
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Litem Sworn
eighth judicial cicuit by then county the volunteers for being Guardians Ad
judge Chester Chance. Reiman said thanking and effort to In guardians ad litem by Thomas Jeannette llendricks.Sarah Mobley.and Art Peterson.
willing to devote time Seven Lake Butler residents were sworn as for Juveniles whose
Judge Chance first appointed Guardians ad litem are special representatives I
the guardian ad litem program. Union County Judge David Reiman Tuesday.
volunteers from Gainesville to serve They are (l-r) Monroe Weeks Martha Powell. Kim Thomas, Marie cases come before the court.



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1977 CORVETTE silver/gray, one owner, FOR SALE mo .mum MJMRUT YARD SALE Setur- SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big buck-

$8200. 964-7271 or 961.1319.2/26 tfn ..,.1Ier1..**.n WOt Rarford RdLSarfc Drive big trucks D.O.T. certification. :
1985 VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition. 1 BR. 2 BA MICK VEMECI HOME ...* &. For.iaw.. .. ., eihe. Local and national' |lob placement t !Jar f

still und.r full warranty buying an'87. fireplace and ...... an 9 aiiae. L..-5.14 seer... w M. cIo IIWng. .... assistance. Correspondence/Resident EruJiU
Polaris whit. w/black accents, silver- Beautiful __. United belly. of Institution for financial '
...r. oe.v errs c- training. Eligible V FV-
Interior sporty. AM-FM Stori<..964-8447 or 473.3627.31260.: aid. Guaranteed student loans.
grey v.ry _o...ce-ears,.4V3B IffoVMD <
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stereo cassette, AC Ilv.-ap..d. New- M-X-KI Mfg'd Homes r...2..211.*. H.as SMC Tk.. dsy. Friday Sotwrday. Call 1-800-282-8263. UNITED TRUCK ..

$13,500 Asking $8,500. Call 964-6305 .oWa1019.0.CaMI-3-J.*f9 BVab 1222 ......... St. Mtec. 4/3O MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa, ? .
4734380. A.k for Mark. MFtfn 1 ACM LOT wrttl ifmji1siriif ..ii.. 96 .
Florida. Office PHONE
or Home : Clearwater
I CADILLACS. MERCEDES. Porsche: etc. .-. well. ....,c .... SXMHOL SAIWIM'I-lier 2. J.mny Row.tr, 507 Florida. Icon 87-164 .w
I dlr.ct from Government. Seixed In Phone 964-4602 attar S.....4SMekgS w. __' __ 51- coating -d. ether SOS N. Temple.
r .A.I lenin. ...... yep> stnetfeB
raid Available BEDROOM. 2 oAIM, conueSe blockhouse.
drug your area. .B/Bf. toss BBBl BB....BBJI -..... ond Art PERSONALSALONETT Cecelia T.rwlll.gar
thousand$. 216-453-3000. Ext.A4259. ..960.... ft. swing......s.-
.... >...-S2JO-< 4/30 2tpd 5/7 a refrig.. large family roaai. '.
i SATUKMT M.E. 10th leCoat. SPECIAL
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1971 CADILLAC ELDORADO front wheel 00rpor247 S. Wsstrogluiiil St. For Call BRINGING PEOPLI
.,4.4V3D I pdl
drlv., $ 20. nego. 96/-8382, 8-5. or Information I-2B-91e after e>PLOW.or RIG YARD SAn-Seftjvaby.Mar 2. Iron TOGETHER Starker most respectec FACT NOT FICTION Super Commercial Hwy 301 N 140: Frontage I.' -
aft.r 5, 964-4439 ask for Deanna.30 1-771-eioO ham 7:=3O la 3JO. AA dating service since 1977. All ages Including .
.__.-Rir.10 Arm RaetL 4/3O ItpdLEdOM Acres 37000.
Itpd for aefy.30. I1pd senior citizens
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1965 BARRACUDA (Plymouth Valiant) 1987 FLECTWOOO D8MMDC MM 3 y 1-800-648-4401.. 4/2 Hn
.4104 ....- ..... Moe' 9 SpacafRMT MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE Newly remodeled 1,720 sq. ft.,CHSA.4 BR,
Bubbl.Back needs some work-$1000. bedroom. 2 marches, -...... **ti. A WONDERFUl FAMILY EXPERIENCE
-a.--- ... For ... .. open 10.2 2 BA, great room fenced back yard. EXTRA CLOSETS tool shed. Mint condition
10 Ka 47S7.30 ... Scandinavian
OBO. Call 764-4701 12 noon p.m. deep no$26.900. oue Au.flal'European' ,
1Ier.w..-.....daswwd 10.... bright & airy Immediate occupancy.
4/30 4tchg 5/21 / Itpd high school exchange stud.nts arriving
1977 HONDA CIVIC front .nd been 2 .*. I BA with 2-co.........Pariact lor ys.-L 4l/3ltp4 ln August. Become o host family for WALKING DISTANCE 3/1, block city water ft sewer, fenced yard.:
wrecked. Will sell as Is or will sell for retired couple. Easy MolMmg afanance AID SAIUROAT FMrnilure.HTVCIII and. American Intercultural Stud.nt Ex GET AWAY TO LIVINOi. CB horn with 2.2S acres, CH A with approx.
.. tINs
parts. Call 964-6985 or 964-7481. 4/30 to maw(hopping. cantor. 529.*.*. CeM .. assnrr. Csswy change.. Call 1-80O-SIBUNG. fcai 1.456 sq.ft. SE 34th Av.
tfeCOMMERCIAL ....... Mw aic... OH 301 North _
Itpd 964-5606.4/30 N..A.-d......4/33/pd 87-156 HISTORIC 3.930 SQ. FT.HOME Lawtey on".9 acres, completely furnished
LTD FORD Motor and body excellent TARO SALE c--. "" ...d.oror. 12 K 65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile hornet pecan tree,
full sice tires, dean
condition new
Call 964-7871 PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE --or-. t/--1 .ker. bops WANTED magnolias and azaleas.
good$1000 firm.tramportatlon.4/30 Itpd Eni& a.-p .-.,. osa6e.p aJnr.ss SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATUREi Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corner

Call 964-4464. dsac.Ofadr.cKeas..712.31.7. lot 12' x 65' MH, separate well & septic tank, 2 car garage
1979 FORD FAIRMONTt 4.l301 WORK WANTED HousekeeperCookAttandont. YOUR SEARCH STOPS HERE Brooker-3 BR 2 BA frame home on 2 lots.

4/30 Itpd 181 SW UTM STREET s... with 2 .Experienced, references, own school CHSA $44,000.
Close water
1968 VW In good shape. V.ry little rust. FOR LEASE 2.000 so.ft.Hwy 3DI1next to city -
&._ ..... ...... I E 2. transportation. Call w.1.02.23 lot. 25000.
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( Call 964.8213.4/30 2tchg 5/7 to United Really *6e4JB4a. L May OWNER Will TAKE LOSS-3 BR, 1 BA newly painted corn.r

1978 FORD BRONCO XLT.4 wheel drive, 964-8447. or e aning-473-327.4/1* 430Rf' 1W Mq Itpd MIM.EI5HIP'W.'II .12.16 ACRES Pond Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Av. ft Forsyth Rd. 26000.
loaded low mileage, excellent HnchgRETAnX. IM.E s--.I ......... SatMrday. GOT A CAMPGROUND EXHILARATING Meandering Cr..k divides 2 high sides SR 100W
n.w paint
condition 5000. Call 468-2060 OFHCE OR STORAGE SPACE ..... 2.&-1...... dIoidr_, and adult take It. America's resale most clearinghouse. successful just over the county line, well maintained 2 stocked fish ponds .

I oft.r 7 p.m. 4/30 2tchg 5/7 600 M).ft.to I v6DO...ft.FraM SII2L9O '0-y- _ell 15._. _docw campground Sales International, slnglewlde on 3.3 acres, high 8 dry beautiful setting.
Resort
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1910 DODGI ASPEN slant 6 excellent to $300 per tnanlh. Man* ....... .. ...-k'e.4130Itdy Gatlinburg TN. Toll Free Hot Lint FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, I BA from. cottage, garage, drive-In
running condition $1500. 964-4924. 964-5065. Tiffin < Owens, lac IlL CAKACe SAd ........ ng. Carps 1-800-423-5967. 87-160 boathouse ft screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake Inlet. CHSA.
Broker.4/30 1td> '....... E.rwa.ree Unities, boohs. BA
crossfenced. 3 BR 1
g fenced ft
4/30 Itchg I BUY HOUSES to fix up.William D.Tiffin EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY 50 acres
1976 MERCURY STATION WAGON OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE in Start MOV a-y ag..t.. pane agar,. sacs Lk. RE. Broker, 961.5065.4/30 Itchg home w/alumlnum siding. 2 trailer hookups 4 chicken houses, fully elec
.. .. Lake 3/4
era. end
looks and runs good $850.961.5331. hopping canter> an 301. Al or pert of .es1rata. DON'T DESTROY YOUR CREDIT I'll taki tric. Owner finance. Present all offers,
.*. ( 181 468-T not
:301 853.
I* MZPropsfyMgmt.R.alIor.V none
7446 ft. S4-S4.SO
4/30 4tchg 5/21 .q. par ea. William D. Tiffin ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. ocr. Minutes from prison on
.......___ 4130lrpd11nRSDl1T over your payments.
1 -O 7,4127
ONE 1977 FORD CAR 4 door In good AID FRJDAV April 30 and Lie. R.E. Broker, 9M.S065.30 Itchg Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space. $15,500.IT'S .
condition, 60,000 mil. 1977 Ford Pinto 2tchg ..130OFFICEs of the stove Secluded 1980 DW, 7'V ceilings In middleof
sdtshor.d ..... <. 00IdIr.a.I,* dame. I WANT TO BUY Top camping THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT
Available far tiiusemanel
In good condition. $1600 for both or avers-964.4206.4/301tpd 4 acres, Inground pool, wooden deck playground equipment 59000.
I.w... E.6.y .s. ....r
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conference maitm: rsa.-
will trod.for tractor of equal value 1 g
a S2OO/ nanih.Ideal for i........_..-. __ T_an Grills loop nextIT. UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage, lots-Klngsley Lok.Village. $30.500.
9M807'3O
ItpdGARDENING .tc.Coll964.4433.4/302lcI S/7 a Hndy.. aja He deep curva. turnSE.M. BOATS OKLAWAHA RIVER three plus acres. $15,000. Inspiring Scenery
_fallow.....-4/3O ItpdSATURDAY. LAWTEY 4 BR. 2 BA 2 story, 1 Acre 100 Y... Old33000.
& .MAT 1-tar ,fishing equip- THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Gu.rdon doublewlde Sampson

LANDSCAPINGCUSTOM CAMPERS OR .n-e and or an.c_ ........ IIehindIodI. FISHING BOAT excellent condition. Lake access Great g.tawayl! Just reduced to 30000.
TRAVEL TRAILERS ..sass Hgfrnei 9644649. Ready for the water. 20 hp Mercury, RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH lov.ly landscaped surroundings! 2

HIHUri-........K m W.-....-.rwlrbed. electric start gas tank d.pth finder. BR. 2 BA doublewlde. 1.76 acres Clos. to Crosby Lake. 39000.
I MIXED POTTING SOIL AND color TV. ___... cMaitlingsIFIiid.r Minn Kato 65 trolling motor. Must sell 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownl. Rd. Owner will finance
PEAT Now Op.n Saturdays, 8-12. 1984 CHATEAU MARK V TRAVEL** af- Road I*Woos to 233 turn No reasonable offer refused 964-8502. 82322. A smart Florida Investment.
Strlckllns Peat Company County Road 33 ft. loaded lie- -dkws.-Fy. .. 4/30 Itpd
w.. wands to* vyr*.4/3O IKchg GRAHAM 14.50 acres, $1,300 acre.
3i5 ft Gadara Keystone Hgts. reduced..5311 or 782476. 4.r.J 3 FAMRES Sort skp,. May 2. acrose If PISCES with trolling motor majlctlll -2 COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOTS $7.500 ft 8500.
.731109.30 Itchg 2tchg 517 uw..mry Idaads Ifoad. trailer with buddy bearings 35 HP PROPERTIES OF DISTINCTION 2 lots Mimosa Drive, $7,500 ea.

Oluiexe for ana** fenirfy, famrlure. Johnson motor, electric start. Like n.w NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development. $49,000.SIX .
$2150. Must sell. 1123 Pratt St..
nee end mmOt KMT*. R until ? 4/3O ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
9647552.30
WE HAVE IT AUII Ptxe> S, Churct. of ItpdLAND WINDING TREE LAKE-On. acre $15,000. Perfect for second home.
God.d .n.a-1000 Raw SI. Saturday .
PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD. Twenty acres or will divide $50,000.
/0-V_. 2...-. 4U3O ..dCm FOR SALE SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells, 3 septic tanks. 45000.

ie t.I. RT mmum mtmpool.\ FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.

."., .......T5e.s4er. .... Sawd.y .1.37 ACRES Slot. Rd. 100 East $7.700.
,. Aatfl 38) ts May 2. WeM en SRHM W l LOT IN CITY S6.OOO. Call 964-5764: aftsi CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 365' $17,000. Great view.

i .nss Lss fiw Su*..tern..... ..Noshv 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'xl30' $2.750 .a.
W. Id.4130 13 ACRES 2 BR trall.r for rental ov.rfive
acres cleared GREAT for country Aft.r Hours

REAL ESTATEFOR living or for invstm.nt.uch as mobils Pauline Randolph 9646323John
name pork animal farm etc. Several Longford Master Appraiser .".229'

... SALE money making pecan trees. $28.000 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
I cash or $12.000 down and payments of Randy Cory 475.2597WHQLEH
S23O month.Stark.ora call 964-6493.
OCA&A HATIONAI. FOREST. Nigh and
d.VV __. Ld ....... ...... "-e. cubit,. tfnjo '
i" ': .-.p-e 0' 1k.ul.y end Ii....... ACREAGE IN CITY LIMIT- Subdivisionpotential available.
owner financing
S5.A O _/ IPSO o-w $63.71 m-tMly. Shown by appointment only-9645610. ?: ; US : SPECIAL* nr"1 '.h'
1941)! >>) 23e-4S7 day C9O41( 622-2438 4/30 2tpd 5/7 3 Rooms for the price of'4 Living,' Dining. Hall & 3 BRS
Susan M. Faulkner. GRI CRB PRESIDENT _.V12 IMchoj 5V2UMTTGD >
LOTS WITH NICE TREES On. 100 x 100 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
REAITY Of STARKE lea S. EDM
$5000; one75 x 100- $ OOO. Ready to
.a>.. 5*. SMrhou ....au7. 41/16 "Ou..lltyWorlc. Low.;Lew Price* 149S
ERA FAULKNER REALTY, INC. ....... build on t8011.30 (Any Room A Hall) . . . . Scotchgard Available
Senior Citizen Discount No MileaqeCharae FreeAdvlce"an.

Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 Call 9644997cfc .__,ef

221 Lafayette Street FLORILAND 1"11 .*).*.OV8Waio rH w.....In....l Erhmt beck s._.._
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964.7700 LD FLORIDA CARP CLEANING & DYE CO

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964-5069 IBJo'tAJ. SALES Vemle P. Odom Irok.r-GRI kA .


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Accelerated Realty Inc
782-3172 Owner Financing. ,
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS COMM. BUILDING IN CITY Jutlwaiting
for happening. call for
Irene L. Faulkner 9"-5142 details.WCf. Phone : 9644544BREALTOR
9u.a.a9
Lucille Spry BUILDING LOTS Jain Green .

Bobby Biggs M4-7331 Acres. : !

MATIIEWS REALTY ONE ACM S UP lets, Graham : 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida.]
*GET READY FOR SUMMER Lake front property over % finding. :
-III W.3bmsGa owner Waterfront
Homes Lots Acreage
acre. 100' on water. ST.ROAD 100 Neer Keystone.lets, :

JUST IN I 13 BR, 1 / BA cone blk home. Priced to sell in the30's. Stark*. FL3209I S2.8SO 6 up......... : Farms CommercialNo
!f5$5M.wwl. .3 ACRES Fronts SR 100 Near Charge to List Your Property for Sale
Owner will go VA-fHA. 11",
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K.yswae Call and discuss us."HORSEMAN'S
*EXCEPTIONAL VALUE can be found in this beautiful 2.534 a -i [ ] .LOT* Across from Waldo Flea : I II
TRAINING facility. 2
sq. ft. home. Cedar exterior with 3 BR.2Vi BA. Located at the IfLS Market.f449 : ULTIMATE DREAM" 61 acre
I Bedroom, 2 bath ham., decorator touches, tiles gourmet kitchen
country club. .GdGg-- 1 nothing left out. 5/6 mile training track.32-stall matching barn with of-

*CHARMING HOME in the country on 3 acres. Cone. bUt con 'I .t./.i.. MIS stpsr for ... I flee, apartment tack room feed room c.nt.r alfle concrete block. All

struction. Theresa area. -3 IR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE on '1 I board fenced. THIS NEW TRAINING FACILITY is offered at the realistic |

*MAKE A SPLASH this summer in your own POOL! 1.2Soae IUIIOiMG lOTc Big Treafss I acre take access, added porch and I price of $873,000.

lot with nice oaks four bedroom stucco home. All this for asu Ox\,4 ..... 10 Keystone'. family room. S29.900. GOOD RENTAL PROPERTY 2 BR, 1 BA frame w/stove and refrig.. i iI
1 tAOTTET MOAe M... lots awnartAMrrrr *44o-BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME on S $20.000.
under 64900. Financing available. f ..... acres fronting US 301 with commercial I GAINESVILLE EASTERN SECTION Spacious CB home. 3 BR 2 BA |

NEAT AS A PIN 2 BR 1 BA home in town. Priced in the K*: 2 ... 1 BA. is acresSeoooa. building. Invest herel I w/stov 8 r.lrl..window:: AC. terrazzo floors on 2 nice lots

30's. Garage & screened porch included. This home is like -.5*, Mier tw5. ( ,..5-.ACRE PARCELS In subdivision. I LARGE CB HOME 3 BR 2 BA CH4A large family room c.ntral I II

-... reAR STj 3V1. CM/A, stove ( Well. elec. and septic included. I stereo/Intercom, range and dishwasher, on ..59 acres. j
I new. reifies Isi-.-i,ceding faw. $7.800 each. I LOVELY BRICK HOME Sunken living room formal dining room large I II

*SAMPSON LAKE LOT 13000. .........9S3SJOOLejascurr I family room w/fireploce, 4 BR. 2 BA CHSA, c.ntral vacuum, extra j jI

LARGE FRAME 8 BRICK HOME on 37% acres approx. 4 .. lAd RVM PARKs Ap1ST Mobil.Home Parks.Apartments Office I large kitchen, workshop, on 10.9 acres. Can buy less acreage
Building Complexes and other investments I HOME ON 1 ACRE Split floor plan 5 BR. 2 BA. living!
miles from Starke. About 20 acres in planted pine, some pr.eAiy wew.k-M with LIKE NEW BRICK
...... waiting for" youllorIain.Cha.mplon. I room w/flreplace, formal dining room, large eat-In kitchen w/snack
with 2 covered sid..
barn .
20 35
pasture. x Good for this quality. j
I enclosed price
SM00@ARFA:Agre.i.wwly 237MSe.3RK.28A.CX4LA.laraelor.on bar. Inside utility room, garage.
HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED to restore an older 2-story was d k..........lad. reaaa.obiyAA1 'rak.rG'Rl 13 ACRES OP PRIVACY Spacious CB home, 2 BR, 2 BA extra larg.!

home? We have two. ....... REALTY 1 living-dining area breakfast nook family room.

*DEERWOOD Lovely immaculate 3 BR. 2 BA bride __. Wfl... ........ for quids ruw.u..w. j COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO TOWN Spacious CB home 1,736.q. ft.. 31
...... IBR, 2 BA. CHAA on nice fenced lot $42,000. II
3/4 acre. Must see to appreciate.
approx. I, ..I V330 SJaJlllO. .893. WALK TO DOWNTOWN 3 BR, 1 BA, CB home, livlng-dinlng-kltchenl
NICE 22 ACRES fenced & mostly cleared with some I I
.I--. ..... ... 473-30M combo CHAA 35000.
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and few & oak trees. On paved road. and refrig..I
pasture a pecan LOVELY SMALL BRICK HOME 3 BR, 2Vt BA, CHAA range
*STARTER HOME 3 BR. .1 '/ BA. only 7 yrs. old. Fenced __A D 8 EDs ......4 was w it I, f ete N. TEMPkXST Ion nice lot In good neighborhood S30.500. I
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mid &v....d.ppLw ___ -an.torc {SARATOGA HEIGHTS CB home, 3 BR, 1 BA, screened porch fenced I
yard. In 30's. __.00Ir..500- ** fc* Cfc* C* II
back shade $34,900.
yard trees
*24 ACRES with Ig. fish pond, will split. EASY LIVING Cypress home 1 BR, 1 BA, large living-dining area I

*LAKE BUTLER Lg. 3 BR. 2 BA. has beautiful landscaping.: u ,___ .. CHSA rang. and dishwasher Inside utility room, on 1 acre. I II
good location. Low SO'.. I SPLIT FLOOR PLAN DOUBLEWIDE *3 BR. 2 BA, Great room w/fireplace.|

HWY 225A 1 3/4 acre cash or terms offered. Durrance Pump & Supply I cathedral celling, range and dishwashert, CHSA Storage/workshop

*HWY 100E We have 3 building lots or put mobile '--. 12.7 acres.
*3 BR. 1 BA frame home with screened porch and 1-car: US. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke B I DOUBLEWIDE ON 2.'ACRES 3 BR. 2 BA stove & refrig.. ceiling fans|
ICHaA, on paved highway 29000.
garage In $30'.. JUST REDUCED. i *Pumo Plumbing Well DrillingMock .MOBIL, HOME FOR SALE 2 BR. 1 BA 1986 model, good price.

*APPROXIMATELY 35 ACRES wooded land on Rising Rood. / SELECTED PROPERTIES

Sell all or part. Good building site. \ Wafer COndJtfon.n964.7061 LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 790 ft. deep on the water. !
: orir4mf Alachua Priced to sell.
llOS.J ACRES Northeast County.
*1984 CATALINA DOUBLEWIDE on 1 acre +. fenced yard.
110 ACRES In South Clay County, Residential-Agriculture. $17,900.
large storage building, ossumabla mortgage. IlO ACRES NW Bradford County Residential-agricultural. Great for|

*LARGE BR. 3 BA home with 7 acres on 301 S. Owner j raising chickens.

financing. |".55 ACRES Near Graham zoned for MH.

*LAKE BUTLER 2 BR frame house on nice lot -15500. LAKE LOTS Crosby lake and Sampson Lake, Owner financing}

*HWY 2008 3 Bedroom frame home on 2 acres. ONLY See Our Display Ad (Available. .
CITY LOTS Two blocks. from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.

25600. In A-Section CITY BLOCK FOR SALE Northeast Section.
NEW HOME WITH OWNER FINANCING on V4 acre. Three HWY SOl SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location.

bedrooms. 1 Yi bath. HWY 301 SOUTH S acres near Earl ton Beach, 210 ft. highway frontage j

*7.5 ACRES owner will split Into smaller. parcels if des fwd.. Telegraph COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 to.ft.floor space. Priced RightPalfel |

*FARMETTE 2.43 acres, over 25 pecan trees shade the 3 ,FREE NOTARY SERVICES-

bedroom. 2 bath home. Owner will sell VA-FHA. OUTLAW REALTY PUT US TO WO K FOR YOU 111 I IV

*CATHEDRAL CEILING highlights this 3 Br. 2 BA home on 2

I acres. Just reduced to 57900.


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HELP WANTED PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSPACK PERSONAL SERVICES YARD SALES


REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 __.. WAOTTOOssMKTHAT MIMOSA MANOR MOIRE HOME PARK RAT Buy sell and trod. collectible PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile GARAGE SALE Thurs., Fri., R Sat..Apr.

Call 1-755-4040. N. Fta.teal Estate College. ?TOUt SUSsNESf Motile Home and space far rant.4M744BL item and antique Used furniture, homes, pool, deck, sidewalks Fr. 30-May 2. Shrub, plant, pampas
7/3TFN WANT TO STOP* Roo----........... -. Ph.. glassware |welry and much more. estimate. Call Rob 473-3390. 3/5 grass, porch chair 4 *sofa cloth*,
LICENSED UN NEEDED Whispering TwIT -* */M *h* Com see for yourself. On. mil. east tfnchg household Item*. C-1B to Crystal....*.

Pine Car Center. 3-11 charge nun*, Alo.b.Yze A..yr os NOW TWIG APPLICATIONS for 4...2 of Keystone Height on Highway 100. LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. 473-2341. Itpd 4/30.
full.time. PRN. LPN'. needed. EC*. *te-4ISaVe4-e21. sVA*p..for man inlo>moun coil Larks 113.2183.3/5 tfnchg Call Th. Lawn Barber. 473-3990. Free YARD SALE Sat.. May 2, f a.m.4 pn.

Phone 9646220. Experienced need only pdnWaB15estimates sWHer Apt*. HV3I4I. Equal Oppor4V7 BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 Estimate 3/5 tfnchg furniture, clothing. Off Woodland!
to apply. 2/12 tfn CHAIN ... ftIIIas L asYd Frs. awwy tho.in.. Ifnchg North. Sunday afternoon 2-5 and DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION (truck Drive on Flretower Rd KH. Itpd 4/30.
........ Mm* fmmrm c.. GARAGI SALE Sat.. May 2, S .
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CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCE-Ufa of ROOMS KM RENT Magnolia Hotel. SBpar Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. 3/5 mounted equipment.) C B B Carpet
Georgia hoe a Ml portfolio of pro Owner Ta.tsy i ........**i 853**. fIII/I.From$35....--.Discount Cleaning.Call 413.7710.1r..stimat.. Keystone Oak*. Variety of items.,Itchg

ducts. Exp.rl.nc. helpful, not GlASS CUT TO OBPEJb Door,widows. offered far kmoer tarn Apply In per MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 8tpd 3/12-4/30 4/30.

n.c.iMHy. Over 21-W.Will Train. For otc. JACKSON usUMMO" SIMPLY son.Magnolia........Walnut St.acres FLOOR SAGOING-DOOR DRAGGING CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE Fri. Sat..
Interview. 372.3686.9 9644070V. Order ..... .*..*. *. Lark.Sailor. frani Pas Ofnc TFAPARTMENTS May 1 6 May 2. Hwy 26 ft latchstrtng
4/3O
4tchg :
2 House of level Call
INS SKYLINE 14X60 MH BR, out LaRu.Leveling
EXCELLENT INCOME for homo .496.3079 mud-.,-......... FOR RENT NewlyJeimuml. Rd., Melrose. Household floods, electric
port-tlm bedroom on each end A 2 BA. Call for Service for all your foundation repair.
assembly work. For Info. call 473913.2/26 0. ._"tMnghir..i.......Loun. Information. 4737410. 1.328-3710 after 473.7121.6tpd 326.430: lawn mower. Itchg 4/30.
504.641.8003.x1.9579.419 4tpd 4/30 NAP YMMk asrp..ry. perry. .1.0 dry ImlKiss incluaed. VIdeo room 5:30 3/5 YARD SALE Fri., May 1.10 am.3 p."' .
trie !. caesalota hes.. repair : p.m. tfnchg KEYSTONE FENCE CU. experienced In Cardinal Drive, across from elementary
GOVERNMENT JOBSI Now hiring In your & .. Will accept: ana child no FREE PHONE IN CREDIT N.w 24X44,
area both skilled and .......illed. Far Rwxrarrs6l.lic.ws.d---. pa**. Pu>... Apt*., 2313 N. TempleAvo. 3BR. 2BA. $14,995.5.1 up 8 delivered. chain link and all typo fencing. Free school. Good children's clothes.

lilt of |I..... and application call Cal Mitt1.473.394l9ras ..Shah 32O9I.VI TF Uncle Roy', Ocola. 3518514. 4tchg estimates, residential, commercial. In. girl' slie 10-12; baby' to site 2 boys
615.383.2621..z.1S01. lean 87-156. FAMFIBD IOOFgIG: Is..es.ba PRE FORKST APTS. 2 ft 3 M opts now 4/9-4/30. dustrial recreational and privacy. lots of miscellaneous Item. Itchg

CONVENIENCE STORE ASSISTANT .......... kr.s... and borsd.-L Al ....-CaM-S..Man. thrw Fri.964-6312. FINANCING MADE EASY N.w 14X6O Fence repairs. Give us a try MC A 4/30.
of raohng and repair .43-155 Visa. 473.4240 of 473.7987 after 6
MANGER CI.rk type IVStfncngWAREMOUSE p.m.
experienced, 2BR. 2BA. 11995. Set up 8 delivered.
reference required must be able to or 374-1443 s.i.,leu*. 9/11 tfnchg STORAGE SPACE far rant Uncl Roy's Ocola. 35l-B514.4lchg BUSINESS FOR SALE
work weekends and evening. Apply WILL REPAIR BEFBtCEKATOBS wedh.swsimyskop by sHa ___ 5.1O to 10x20. 10x10.S3S FOR SALE'LIKE
In Shell/Ice .I bay.ee*or SredaEstimate --.. Call Ron Denmark.A47O7I. FOR CASH New 14X70. 3BR or 2BR
Cream
person. Lawtey par BUSINESS FOR SALE
Churn. 4/23 2tchg 4/30 used ............___ .....3 IIO.. 12125"I'IIE5IUa 1/15 Ifncng your choke. 13995.49430.Uncle Roy's, NEW baby Item: swing carry-all, store, mobile-homes lounge, acreage.Owner convenience .
Ocalo.
NOW HIRING -Experienced safety stitch WASIIG IL..sas..skds LARGE PJVATE LOT. Hwy 16. close to 351.8514.4tchg lounger johnny jumper crib ac financing.widow. 1-495-2003.
da..s..id.cr.lka In.. U horn. HOMES OF MERIT 4BR.. :2BA D.luxe.9.9 ...
far mob
and lngle needle operator Paid holt- hon.Poole. prim.Reedy your > ) Uncle cessories. 473-3689 .nlng.. Itpd 4tchg 4/9-4/30.
day paid vocation. Hourly rate of ; *. CaR Mob 473-390. 3/12 I.....13Z1.2/12 tfn percent financing. $225/mo. 4/30.
pay
Ocalo. 49430.
351-8514.4tchg
2 M PURMSHEO. quill naiohborhood.Hwy Roy'* WANTED Responsible party to assume
according to ability. Apply in
parson.Ask FAWN fenced lot. 1
APPROXIMATELY 75X100 REAL
for Millie. Vogue. Inc. 710 S. MOVER AND SMALL ENGINE 16 PMS* from city. 46B-I323. enclosed small monthly payment on piano. See ESTATEOVER
mobile home
Water St. 4/23 2tchg 4/30 KEPAsxS. frao pic*-ea.. 964-775BL 4U"+ 2/12 Jn BR, 1BA. carport locally Call manager at 618234.1306
CARPET INSTALLERS ASSISTANT NEEDED 4tchgS7SEWsNC ON KAUTsfUL MVU LAO. Modem 2 porch furnished. Hilltop St. anytime. 3tchg 4/30-3/14. f V4, ACRES -4 .lot on Gaslln Rd..

Will train must be good with a hammer MAO Mel BCPAafc AM mat** B.hamowrtH I acre,fumnhed Weekly 4734348. 4tpd 4/16-5/7. FOR SALE triple dresser w/mlrror-S20. $2500 per acre for all 473.4348.4tpd

964.4.e57.23 2tchg 4/30 tdsh.d..................$15.UsedStrickland. or.........,.Cal collect 9042464160or tabl. top dlshwasher-SSO b.auty shop

HIRING NOW I US a Overseas.Construction sawing amdhkrs far .d.. Jas 473-24401/. tfncho.VBMBHED HELP WANTED equipment: Helen Curtis HOMES FOR SALE
..... ...110I. d ... ...
(all phases), driver machinist. ._ m Eby DUPUX-Semor .err. hoirdryer-SlOO w/automon 1 styling
welder, HEO. electricians, airline*, 16. Stark*..*..-l73.3/l** 329 c5'. $2001 4661115.23 WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 Inserting chalr-$12S, 1 shampoo chair $73 or KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR. 2 BA. CB

mechanic Some entry love) position. LAWN SERVICE iraintile raJsMMVS s. nil 2IIpII.u3IJ envelope* Information send tamp make offer. 473-1337. Itchg 4/30. house, one block from schools
TOP PAY. Call Transcontinental (308) 964.4238.4/2llndg FOR ton SOUTHBM VILLAS APARTMENTS to K.S. Enterprise P.O. Box 1501-H, 77 PACER 43,000 actual miles, good 55000. Make offer C.B. Isaac Realty

382-3700 (303)) 452-2258 1... Ice LAWN S@VICE 10 pass sot. -15 2 M units. Call ....7295. Bloomfield. NJ 07003. 4tchg 4/16-5/7. shape, needs tires $700. Lawn Boy 475-2199. 3/5 tfnchg
87.161 vic*. Cal for In.rs..L%44621 been 9 a-n*. < II JO ...... Man., LUNCH ROOM COUNTER help needed. riding lawn mower $100. 4733087. SACRIFICE.new horn. 3 BR 2BA. par-

OFFSHORE JOBS Now hiring OR Woe 6B42...Vt>cfn *i T__ 'nun.. C Fri.4723 tfnchgFURMOHO Day and evening shifts available. FOR SALE New Comfort Zone gas pool ch.., car port storage well shaded
S15.000/S65.000I USA/OVERSEASI DAY CARS ANY ACC. pick eft froStark -. APT. 2 bedroom Hving 533.2050.3khg 4/23-5/7. heater with spa. 4733536. 1 Itchg 4/30. lot. 26900.: Near Key._. 473-7404.

Work Month! Horn Monthl! FREE INFORMATION .Piii M 1.ri.miiisii' parcMdL964S1B6 'roam fkmxnenene.. bath. No children.pott. CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT I. looking for FOR SALE Bolens Rider, 10 hp 42 In. cut
Offshore Guide. Box -COM. 4SZI 4r..o. V14 Waller R electric: hirnisi .d. $225 a Keyton Height area new cor. $430. New roof turban $20. Miter box NOTICE

4478-IA, Biloxi MS 39531 (Enclosed KEYSTONE FENCE COMPANY fm- par ........ S1OO daposrt. 964-5033 or respondent. No experience necessary. ft saw $.eO. 473-3923. Itpd "/30.
). fean 87-159 .....>e>od k, cha II Lni aid d1 imps 460-I33BL 4/23 2rpd 4/30 Job description: calling on local newt CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
stamp
THE FLORIDA UNITED METHODIST fon ng. Fns Lsiwr I : s. nos-dared. MOOSE HOME wrm fURNISHINGS -All from your horn, covering certain FOR RENT to the lake Region Monitor office
need conxsh.rdd. irrdrshrd. re--.nand atisVna funrnhad. pool open to public. event and some picture taking. Sand In writing and paid In advance
CHILDREN'S HOME
couples orsingles and .w-y. Faws rop....s. Gigs a e Sloop. Hollow Marl 2317 N. Tempi application to James A. Wilson P.O. unless credit I I. already establishedwith
to serve o. housoporant for try. MC C Visa. 473-CZeO or 473-79B7 A_.. No phone colt*. com in per4130 -.. Box 578. Green Cove Spring., Fl. WATERFRONT small house, screen this office.MONITOR .
boy and girl. In a cottage setting. porch furnished good fishing, swimming .
otter 6 p..*. 4/30lsdg Itgd 32043. 2tchg 4/3O-5/7. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Good benefit package. ctactny POWER WASHHOUSES 2/1 APT: I/I Apt. Tifhn C Owens lie. near Keystone 1 or 2 people, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Murray. PO Box ..oo Enterprise. FL HIRING TODAY I Top Pay! Work at 4734186. 123430.
MOOSE NOIIES-P00LOBO' ft_E. -..... .964-5065.. llcha 4/3O 2tchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
32725. ((305)) 6684486. Icon 87-162 Horn No experience needed. Writ FOR RENT 2 side
-.,,-.-BOATS GOOD POMOiltm RENTER WANTED: 2 : BR. 1 BA mountain THE TELEPHONE.
HIRING TODAY! Top Pay! Work at 4V2e77 IM __. ................ In country. Cottage Industries. 1407V4 Jenkins, cottage. Nice view near Franklin NC. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. priorto
Homo: No experience n .dd. Writ 4MHpdANTIQUE. S2SO. 11 and last plus $100 security Norman Oklahoma 73069. 4/30 4tchg Convenient to area attractions Furnished Thursday publication.

Cottage Industries 14074 .....ins. AUTO i RfJMlTURC. Sprig 468.1115.4,30ltpd CARLA'S SANDWICH SHOPPE need except linens $200 p.r week Minimum charge Is 1S words for$3.50.

Norman Oklahoma 73069. "/30"tchg special headtmr"9 .95 w stock calm 3 ... 2 BATHS. let floor apt. Appliancefurnunad. : mole or female for fact friendly service 473-3628 after 6 or on weekend. 2tchg then 1 15 cent for each word thereafter._

5/21 IOOOS-Wa erS.-.s-M.Ft 32091 No pet*. $2SO per month. at small sandwich shoppe. Flexible TWIN LAKE 2 BR laketront cottage.
CARLA'S SANDWICH SHOPPE need Ph. 9O4-64-S5. O44e !5*>. 4V3O .964-BVMe. 4.-3O tfn hours, part-time, must have transportation Swim ski 7 fish. $250 per week plus OUT OF TOWN
male or female for fast friendly**cvic* RENTALS AVABABLffs $15O per month and reference 21 year or deposit. 413.3856.4tpd 423S14..

at email sandwich thoppe. Flexible. 3tchgSl4SSTGi SOTteX PALL READER and apu Call Susan.F..!.....Broker.ow much older. S3 per hour Call FOR RENT 3 BR, :2 BA doublewlde WAYNESVILLE NC
hour., part-time, must have transportation 734125Advise at.....5069 or 964-4O48 TF 964.050.30 2tchg 5/7 mobile horn. Large lot. $390 per mo. -factory built 3BR.
2BA paved street all city utilities fur-
and reference. 21 year ormuch 4737086. Itpd 4/30.
offlcioncioanos
fUDIISft '
anal prabseM of fit*-basin. nished. 42500. 4734348. 4tpd
older. 53 hour Call 964-4O50. .. ... ....... JO LU
....... Mrwioge.. SKOA1 0** -... f'f. ft monthly. CARS BOATS 4/16-5/7.
4/30 2tchg 5/7 $ raod-vs. Oji. iJeu...... 4/30 pd Moll MH ....... .....'0.) 6/5 TF ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modern 2 4
MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE 6 Homo Nursing 12x44 MOOSE HOME BR on 1 acre lot.S25O BR home with 1 acre, furnished .weekly .
opportunities for RN'.. LPN'.. CNA's iL per--.. 964-4238. 1/29 tin 1954 PLYMOUTH SEDAN needs work. or monthly call collect 904-246-4160
nursing student a*part of the SantaFo COIIIIICT1ONAI.. 0FHCEII5 live n.ar Best offer. 4733536. Itchg 4/30. or 473-2<<0. ../9 HnchgHUNTLEY'S BROADWAY & WALTERS

HealthCare team. Your choice of days. your....W* hav*a.......... homo toMit IMMACULATE Cadillac I 4 door sedan
shift & areas.Call W.II....*Personnel BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES ...d. Call us Deville. loaded leather Interior like TREE SERVICE
your every
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17.0OO miles, I clear title
new owner
at 338.21.-6.or .opportunities. *
R.gl.try 1-468-13Z1.2/12 tfn Removal
health reason $15,000.4751126. JIFFY
EOE. 3/12 tin 3 mm MH KM RENT M COUNTRY $175 *

REAL ESTATE LICENSING Only$195: Call per mash plus doposot. Now taking STORES, INC. Trimming
1-755-4040. N.F. Real Estate College. OWN YOUR OWN Jrws-spwtwnw.. appkanon Can 964-5734 after 4 p.m. TJ'SLAWN SERVICE"We Stump Removal
4/16 tfnchgREADY.MlX ladia apparel, saws.children.to 4123 Excellent Opportunity
Ifnchg
DRIVER needed Experienced iw 1. laroa siz... 2 S* MOOSE HOME within city.: By Put PrideIn Firewood

only. Apply at 311 Edwards Road. potito. dance jaaraarohMbridal.. weak or--.. No deposit required.9b4 NOW HIRING I Free Estimate
lingerie or em mais ---. JarOasoliri Your Lawn"
4/30 ItchgFULUR l73- 4/23 2tpd 473OEHFsOENCY
All shifts full-time
BRUSH COMPANY need 3 part- dadw. Gnww. Coh II pew. Seg.Vabnts ROOMS. furmshed. no ,

tm..r! ..entatl...* for Stark andlawtey Even 1"icafIo. Ia Ciobar.. cfcedraa or pet.. """ -5687.4/23 2tpd Keystone Heights_ : Starke or part-time, full 473-7097-473-7679 "
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*.Heelltue*.O-IOOO
Car erifewphone start today.
area. 4ur3O Melrose areas benefits After 5 P.M.
Call Jacksonville at $14.800 o S2.ego".rtay. ha..glixtsrs. BEDROOM APABTMENT. #Ie. cheerful
necessary. I hr.
1.3962867.30 4tpd 5/21 ..grad.......:... ole. c-Wes weld patio with shop/storoo area. 473-9022 $4.05 per Keystone Heights

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS IS day*. Mr. tfeem POS 6763639.
HARDErS NOW hops. carpets.hod our unfurminerl 475-1549 Licensed & Insured
-all shift Apply In person after Ekferfy and .children meteom No Job Too Big Or Small I ..?

3:00 weekdays. E.O.E.:4/30 Itchg 1648601.4301khgFOR Business and Residential

REGISTERED NURSE FOR SALE SALE ORt RENT: Travel trailer' for A
Sits manager for Blood Acquisition T_ rant or would se.. Sleep 6. Ph. Senior Citizen Discounts

servicing primarily Camp Blanding. ....57eG. 4/30 ItpdKM FOR SALE
Must be well organized hove supervisory ELECTRIC GUITARS 2 KKAMCIndoned grass SAlE Oil RENT:Houea corner: of east
skills. by EaWard Va* ........ 1 yr. r Fill Soil
experience. Phlebotomy Cafl and o-r,. lonad buskrss9647w Dirt Top
and available PRN on week-ends. Call old--Stryk- rfri Hot Seywar*Dencan or 964-57OO. 4/3O 2tchg 5TT CAMPBELL'SELECTRONICS

R. Alnsworth at 1-800-342-8601 for in a.d ___ S250. AIIo art. MOOSE HOME. Private lot with lots of Small Loads Limerocl
terview. "'Focus- arodd .ibad..i.R a.-- -. bossed on Griffin Loop 4682374afssr Large or

UPJOHN $300.fyW0awedsader.c 6....... 4/30Itdg 132 E. Call -964-4045
tora.Parlact candmaa.Cal 94305 Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
HEALTHCARE SERVICES 3 BEPeoOM. swing room dining roan Service Center
../30 Itchg or 473-43BO. ask(or Mark. 2/2 tfn krchwaWcltsw.lcorps': .2windowair Warranty

.PART-TIME bookkeeper secretory. MUSICAL RMSTeUMENTS As low a* .conditKlner. Scow refrig., $350 For Mont Brands 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095
5/7 $14.9 man*. Co....-..... Ifn for
sales clerk. 961.7882.4/30 2tchg par era iWu senKity deposit. $3SO. 4/30 Estimates Repairs
FULL TIME REAL ESTATE ASSOQ .TES. CHEVY..... PARTS: Jt arcs anyewig yaa isthg TVs& Microwaves $15
salesmen ft appraisers needed. For a ........A .*. front or roar, onto
confidential interview call Outlaw transm-. trondot earn. 2 aVHaranttype va.& Stereo System-$25
Realty ask for lavern Outlaw. *: spring hft black*. big U ...... NOTICE We Repair Small Homes Beautiful of North FloridaHomes

964.4522.4/30 3tchg 5/14 Call 9645812. Tics Household Appliances
NEWSPAPER PLATES Af.i__. Beautiful Company I I. a master In building and remodeling and

Moo, .s 2b3625...cant.....Groat CtASSRnED AOVEBTISMG should be sub.et.d specialize In.n.rgy efficient custom aluminum and vinyl windows built to
MOBILE HOMES for patching and .......... TELEGfMPH.' to the Bradford County any size.
off in and In
FOR SALE 135 W. Call St.964-6395. Tesegraph cs writing paid When you plan to build or remodel remember to call only a qualified
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ante credit
advance h
** alreadyMSabfished
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HAYs AOCIA S2S par roB a* farm.Delivary expert call Home Beautiful.
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with W off k.
ano-ubsa.. 7 .las wast of GAGNONReBuilders They feature new home, room addition, Florida room, screen room,
HOMES. Call Roy THE TR EGRMSTAFF CANNOT BE
NEW USED AW MOBILE Mobil.Home. 9646107or Stark an .... 16. Ji.-r GooI& IIL HBO RESPONSamE KM MISTAKES MOASSsnEDS patio covers, car ports, pool enclosures, storage sheds roof over*,
Wells at
964-6408.8/14 tfnrw 64-8356.. 11/13 MnchgpUtXSCED WHEN AO B TAKEN OVE aluminum siding vinyl aiding and soffits, vinyl window for porches, storm

LOOKING FOR A NEW MItt W. hove a ARABIAN YEAR ISG COLT IN Tf@HONE.aoshdi.d window and more. PIUS..we can help you finance all work...
Work
kitchen bath. panel Raff an and Munnt grandsanSUDOO964692 deodlin Is TUESDAY Bulldozer Before you build or remodel call us for a Ire estimate. We are locally
12 X 50 with new .
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window, door ale. Soo.1 Ardota.Amtia f4o.hpto. NOON prior to Thursday publication.Cfassdiad : Culverts Installed owned and operated and are located In Stark at 215 E. Call St. Our phone
ing. carpet 2/12 *. 4,.6 3 pd 4V3O ifaodlm is TUESDAY number ((24 hour answering) I I. 9646766.
Terms avail obi.. Call 468-1323. KM AN UNUSUAL. MOTHER'S deploy Fill Dirt & Top Soil
LOOKING 500 PJML Special: Oaswfiad dsplaypl.o.nwo MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
TFN GIFT Haw about a handmade
DAY 9645414If
MUST SELLI I 2 BR-$139 mo: Daubtawkf shawl. Cell 9644701. ..... 7 ...... is NOT Guoranhd.Minisrw. .
$217 with 5% down Call 1.390-3969. 4233chaS1BOB / .. charge for dawf ad to No Answer
15 ward for S3JO. man 15 cant foreach
4/9 4tchg MMOOS-Swd.Wall San*SOX -
430REPO$ i -. ...*..._. 964-8010
Color Cuoym
Cad far FREE CYPRESS MULCH
IIEPa'$ W.-- ...--. Co..otdd: R

REPO'SCall 4/30 Residential woit*. MC or Vis1BOO22S6392. and
1.3903969.9..tct.g..130 .fan B7-I63
HOMES OF MERIT- 4 BR. 2 Both doIu_- .--.I Raps.blay
SALE :
FOR
PIANO PINE
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Undo BARKYou
9.9% flnonclng $225 month 4/3O to -a .'ocattypoy.wt STARKE HOUSING CENTERBig
Roy's Ocala 3518514.49 4tehg Soo 1aaoIIr. Cal.mover
FREE PHONE-IN CREDIT- Now:24 x 44,3 on a* pas.618-231306: : arty--.. Selection on r* nditioned mobIl.homes pick-up or We Deliver

BR. 2 Bath 14995. Set-op and .A8 -...Wide a low s 13M Downl

delivered Uncle Roy's Ocolo 4/30 SAlEi 3tchg Mngaratar/fraaia.514FOE ........ *AX D.oM.Wid..a*low a*$500 Down I Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

351-851 4. 4/9 4tchg 4/30 ft dryer. ..*..2090. .eI3O 2tchg SITS O Ferment e* LOW s f 149 PER MONTH I
MADE EASY-New 14 x 60.2BR. Cypress Lumber
FINANCING and HP 11IOY *1' ROTO TfUBI Elecsrictart OAR mobile ham*finance price Include

2 BA Uncl 11995.Roy's Setp Ocalo and amtra tools. equipment' wwhM. ERIE DELIVERY.SET Uf,ALL TAXES AND TITLE FEES. 964-6649
delivered. loss MMM 5 hoar IIIIIL
Used
351.8514.9 4tchg 4/30 VIBOOKCASE. *Credit Problems? -Check With Us*
2
964.5990.4/30 chg
DISCOUNTS FOR CASH_ choice New .14$13.995.I .70. 3 3x3 ..Ifi'tr-: sop/. Located an U.S.301.1 Mil*S.of Stark.Florida ,. --- ---.

or 2 b.droosny cebir.t axq.a octagon
Uncl Roy'. -351-8514.1/9/kfg s-shaped. -.t: adf.s ....... .. sorynice. 964-4174 .

4/30 each 115.......9644362..u3IJ IIdo9 PAMPHLETS
12 X 60 MH 2 BR. 2 BA. anon APfALOOSA GCUMNG: alL I5Jion. Out of towncall collect BROCHURES

end. $2.500.782.3692.430ItpdEASY ON ...--owNED MOBILE' ..a.... high: ............:. r __ CHURCH BULLETINS e STATIONARY
CREDIT 2kbg
533-2139. 4LT30
HOMES S85Oc.If BOOKS 'FLYERS NEWSPAPERS
sn
24 X 62-$8995 NEW POTATOES by* fcshel.or .,.. .......
I2 60-$299S .. URGENT WE NEED YOUR HELP I
x by He pound 2 w964462R. ... -
12 x 60-$3993 sn
.130 2k1g
12x50-ehoo. .$2450 from *..'..." ABOVE G<
Lot. more to 904-351-1131.* ../163khg30 Itchg pay a 5% soles tax on Title) Insurance Survey. Real Estate ,
Mobil.Hone, |9>2 tflNGSWOOD ESTATES Oiewytopklip ***- Termite Costs. Mortgage F... Attorney's Fee and other
Fee
/ Daublowldo. 3 '.bi6 .hoo ado.d.gbes 1,000 Business Cards
$!J.99I. NEW Champion "rw*-70-3680. 4V30 lMl costs.
BR. 2 Both, call for d.sotls3267464 will effect the affordability of
targar This new tax drastically Raised Letters Black Ink
4/30 Ilchg HALF rfBCfl $*- ,
28' ". $249 housing and have far-reaching effects on our economy.
$17.991' NEW Champion wJoV3 fiesln... .tTulgnm.1fra
2 baths call Global In E. far ... $2 SUtt Please write or call your legislator today to express yourwnc.rn n $1895.

d.talls.328.7166.4/301Mq tarl See *"*': Cell.'.,* about this additional taxation on all services.Sales pluiteiColl L
ham. ... "
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bath mobile 13a ieifcan
1 Mul BEDROOM bo mar*d. Call 945.1 sft. .. f rtaryraell-800-4234".157 taxes have currently Increased from 964.5764Ask_ for Ella ._ _

p.m.30 tfnchg S2, .oco.OOO.OO In 1981 to $3.304,286.551.59 In 1985 or a

108%% increase In 5 years.

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Union AT dS
County

Former: Stieirke: .resident arrestedRichard

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY YARD SALES

TUlmarv formerly of brief period several years ago, was in North Florida for about $30,000,
Stark,was arrested In Jacksonville charged with possession of cocaine according to Alford. LOOKING FOR A SPEOAl PIECE Of PROPERTY KENTLEASEOFFICE 9 e.J SOT to HeMera Saturday,
Wednesday April 23 after allegedly after walking out of a house wherehe The arrest is part of an ongoing ? If I don't 1 hava It. I'll find It.Just ..* 2. B A.M. ...... tche. 4/30
buying a kilo of cocaine during a allegedly bought the drug from an series of investigations of drug sales ask. JANE S. USHER. REAlTOR. AMD WAKZMOUSC SPACE FOUR fAMIlY 0. Still close to Middle.
sting operation run by the FBI and undercover agent according to in Northeast Florida being 496-2126 or 496-2903. ova. YOUR located: in ....... Caenty Time Tihuf S.tsd.y..... 2. tcha.. 4/30
con
I Florida drug agents. Steve Alford of the Florida Depart- ducted by the two agencies. UNION COUNTY REALTOR"tfn ...i..i.. ... Call for information.496226I. CsCANTrC-TWO AHIUIV Saturday. May
I I TUlman who operated a seafood ment of Law Enforcement.A Tillman was released on $26,000 ..... J. B A.M.. ..SrJM.7S N.W. 6thA(1toIIItooI
mtaurant, on ITS 301 South for aII kilo of cocaine sells on the street bond, Alford said. HOMES INSURANCE Harsefcee Bor). ted. 4/30

i LAND FOR SALE

I Butler fest GOVERNMENT repair). Delinquent HOMES tart FROM $1 (U. MAINE* BMSUBAMCZ AGENCY 25 E.
: Annual Lake Bluegrass set property.Bepostessions. Main $1m Lake owner. 4-37B. road
Call, 1(805)687-6000. ... MMOtNC LOT M It. eo pored
-, Ext. GH"36. for currant repo fcst. Complete Inaurgjica Sonric 4/10 .art*. aUe el ......I r.afo west of SRI2Is
will be 3/12 8tpd. 4/30 CIIIL Pats: Ines. .p .......
I The 10th Annual Lake Butler night. Sunday visiting day at Heart of Dixie, Suwannee River
HELP WANTED ...a.b ..*, kills .......,_. Licensed
Berry Blossom Bluegrass Festival is the park. Cloggers Southern Strangers, River LAKE BUTLER: Reduced for quick ...... 3 reel estate i.ker. Carrie Dukes
set for the weekend of May 29-30 Thursday night May 28, there will Grass Revue, Appalachian Express, .
BR. 2 8. CHC. Large lot.only S4I.SOO Sertrh.....JR7..m,.430CARSnlUCKS
I (Friday and Saturday) at the be a free supper with the Challenger Southern Prinde and S.J. Hall with S38.OOO. Mathews Realty. ..-...", EXCELLENT INCOME T....* .....
bluegrass park 1 mile south of Lake Quartet bringing gospel music. James "The Giant" Croft as masterof 2/Stfn wee r eeee r -.-. F ....... IOIJ.
Butler on SR-121. ceremonies. ceo (S4)649-7Z2.. BoBIA. ....
To order advance tickets, send ./.
Advance tickets are now on sale. $15, along with name and address Those attending should bring lawn FOR SALE CABtA'S SAIsTMnCM. StsOPPf need tm FORD PINTO" 0.- good condition.
Weekend tickets are $15 in advance before May 15 to the Lake Butler chairs. There will be plenty of shade moie or female far last fnendsy,..wvi.s0t s..MonI _iff. $ W. Call 4-22 ..
...... .... .. fIodIIo
($18 at the gate.) Friday only tickets 'Bluegrass Festival Rte. 3, Box 712, and food concessions on the grounds, PLANTS AND SHRUBS Located south of .edwidt .. tpd.4/30
h are$a,Saturday only tickets are$10. Lake Butler, Florida: 32054. along with arts and crafts booths. No Lok. Butler on SR12I. Call 962988. hour. .....--. SMrst how sromaar.tation CADsMAO. MHCIDCS. POttCHC. etc.
Children from 6-12 years old can get Tickets are available at the gate. alcoholic beverages or pets are 4/9 4tpd. 4/30 and reference*. 21 yeah or Died .... .ee a........... Seised In
in for $I ($2 for weekend). Children For more information, contact allowed in the performance area. FOR SALE-SPINET-CONSOLE PIANO much older.S3 per ho*.Cell 964-4O3O. drag ..... A_....... your .,_. Sava
under get in free.Friday's Tillman Richards (904) 496-2952. Pets in the camping area are to be BARGAIN Wanted: ........,.u.a. party 4/30 2a 57PERSONAL StbeMaodsS. 1(211451-3000.' e<..
Headliners include: Beachville kept on a leash at all times.A to toke a.., low monthly po-ee *227*.4130 2tpd.sn
I Bluegrass and the Dixie Jubileesthe spinet piano. See locally. CaB Mr. SERVICES
show begins at 5 p.m.and
Ed. ktt. 42S3tpd.
Whit. 00)327-334S.(
lasts till midnight. Saturday's show ( two groups will co-host the limited number of hookups are 5/7 ) FOR SALE OR RENT

begins at noon and lasts till mid festival). the( Tlmlw Rhpllrals, available with advance tickets. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Belpenifcleparty NETTLES.CoB TITLE Thomas CBVKX Mettlas AH d6-36CL type srooworh.

to assume smell mantfcily tfn/chg. 2/2 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Already
\ payments on piano. See locally. Catt DO upMOLSTtsTT moat. fro*.m__ eel ea en let.........ooisIIod.central heat
manager at 1(411)234-130( ) ..,...... Cum Oere mi 4.*.29U. ....4/M and! air .....__dIor. No down pay
4/30 3tpd. 5/4 _... .. Call
CUSTOM MADE KITCHEN CAHNEIS ISfencing meat |est e .me .
t ir SOFA. LIKE NEW Three section weM.... yews .quiet''., lg.d.Yda. in Sea -32ab..lt r 6 P.M.tilt 4/30
Call "''-3206. .after PJM. .. ..
PET & PEOPLE wla.sa .eed-.kiis end Cal
FOR RENT 496.407.ss.R c.sn ..-.. 4/30 2'... WITH MOBILE ACREAGE HOME


KEYSTONE RNa CDI/IIrAMY Eaparin -
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE cad> in doain !link and aB type
DOUHC WIDE ANO BEAUTIfUL WOOOEO -
A LOVING COMBINATION located In Union County Times Buildingat free __. residential. ACRE only 3 mile has MC Priced
ISO West Main Call 496-2261. for co_.swrdd. nd...1riaI. reneufconoland fee Immedlata ..,. by owner.
more information tfn privacy. Fane revoM Cm us a ....2.CN. Ernest Peacock tpd. 4/30
'I CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur- try. MC VHa- 473-424O or 4737907aHor
nifched. all electric central hoot and 6 p.... 4/3O IWJu0MOBILE
air. privot. paved road laundry and REAL ESTATE
Near schools, .
pork playground. hasp HOMES OUT OF AREA
state facilities. PINES SR-121. east Lake
: NATIONAL IDET WEEK Butler Call 4962366. Two children

max.. and no pets chg/tfn 3/1 Irs 6S MOB** HOME Two badioum. I NOItTN CAROLINA
CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental 1/2 bats, central heat and air. Must MOUNTAINS
MAY 3-9.1987 homos tailored to your pay chodule.. see fo .,....._iato. S6.OOOCall 2.5 Acres located in the mountains,
PINES SRI2I, just south of SBIOO in 496-0071. "tn/t -3F19 daily stream. good ac..., ready to
Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. UKE MEW MOBILE HOME wds.lsked. build on. good garden spot owner
Jamos E. Pennington. DVM 3/19 sent.. k...end -. .... .d needs to "' 1. S98OO. pay SI,BOO,
LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY Payments .x58 ',OJ L Matstq .... fail dowrt. loonNous.2b.droern.1.
Town & Country Clinic like, rent. Sid's Mobile Home Pork 94SN es.we ........On set reedy far D t- bath miles from
Veterinary .W. 3rd Street tpd. 4/30 tmfmmif.c.II496- II..-6 P.M.*. town, lovely sorting, large deckoverlaolung
Hwy 100 East Starke 964-6411 THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME leceted 4/je mountain Excellent location
In country. S250 per month. Plus. SISOdeposit. TWO-J BEDROOM MOamt HOMES V m bwlt. In cabinet very private all
i Pay own electric. Call w kudy ear's apocioL ..... ... for 39900.. pay S7.000 down assume
States.. that National Pet Week was 496-2M7. tchg. 4/23 ....... S2.B5 eech. PMES SBM. lake loon.
established in recognition of the of TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME IN CITY Busier.496-23**. *.......,. 3.2 acre*.short dOt_.from Murphy,
joy pet Unfurnished central beet and air. good garden spat, ready to build on.
ownership. Dr. Pennington takes great dishwasher law monthly electric bill. NOTICE Owner said sell. SI 2.80O.. pay S3,800downpoyment. .
R.a", for Immediate occupancy.: Bant assume loan.
pleasure in thanking the people in the com- with option to buy.Cell .....3206. after Laka front lots, deep water level and
for 6 P.M. tfn 4/30 OASSmEO' .G.I.Ldbeorb ready to build on. paved rood county
munity being responsible pet owners, concerned THREE BEDROOM TRAILER I 1/2 .... mrtted to the Unm County Tees office water underground utilities, very
I for animal I welfare. central air on CR7V3 In Beiford. ) in wiimm and pad m ........ desirable lots. $* .000., pay S3 000.dowrt. .
431-1039. Itchg. 4/30 unless credrt a. etraady esta6olwd ewmre loon.
with ties o/hoe.
TYPEWRITERS AND CALCULATORS far THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HEIO Tries*ore a few of aver 2.000 listings
Call 496-2261. Man.. Tue*.. C Fddoy9AM.t.5P.M.
REMEMBER Never leave children closed r.nt. RESPONSIBLE FOe MISTAKES IN W. hava all types of property from
: pets or in a parked car. Within minutes, .
CLASSaHEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVO $700 per acre and up. We hove small
interior tempertures can soar to lethal levels. THE TELEPMOMC.Cla __. large tracts cabin, houses old
WANTED ..rf.ed deadline-> TUESDAY. farms, lake front tars,ate Write or calltoday
NOON. prior ... Thursday pubfccotMM.Mmenum for a free Irsnng" brochure, You
Dr. & Staff charge ISon*,lor S3JO.: can cod free by dialing 1(100)438-7471( )
J Pennington WANTED TO BUYTwo or three badreem then 13 cents far each word aSereaher.global Write or call today. ./I6IOfpct. 6/18
mobil. ho..... TWO BEDROOM PCCFEB.BED. U.-.
Call .2327.n
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Ores g.Park Florida 32073 "'Please...resume

Physicians of the nineteenth located 4 Miles North and. salaryrequirements
We're ready. tury often prescribed the wearingof of Middleburg to:
beard for persons with delicate Mr. Kfornan

I throats as they reasoned that a ; P.O. Drawer 1319
Mper. $P: t :
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100% Cotton I. TraIn to be a Coy County Sttte vd Federal. ,....,.. ,
a $39.995 S4Laa/ES STIR
inrnt. 'untf 59.48 hr. j
A STRIPED jerseyIn : JISHIGHIS.
p t_ etnocan .w0.a,d.Tn. \
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summer, a striped cotton Jersey
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I will take you anywhere. To make our Start loco lly u -tim./port-tcm.. CM.Service Joe avaitaeie nationwide I
r ,% ., ; .' 1tr shapely-but-roomyverBion.till more Train on live airline computer ] Man Scnool Ontfoma not necessary,
adaptable we offer it In a choice ofJ Keep"present cO ...... preparing at
Home and resident Mon-Fri 8
1r study training p.m. .,
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colors. Financial aid available. Job place-1
Iment Sat. 9-6 woe a Intrude Pane "No j
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Loose, effortless designed to beat I ... .. .. . "
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waist make the process of off-and-on t I Il. I t" KlinE CYCLE REPAIR Open
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17,99 fr Desk. "-1--5105
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Obituaries! l._ _ _
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Beulah Trask ArmitageBeulah Buddy Money of Bristol FL;; Mlle Fairbanks. Terry Cfcanfianf efficJs&af. ftariai Card.(Thanks Card of ThanksWe
Trask Armitage, 91, of Morgan of Havana; nine( grand- Funeral services were held was in Drtas Cemetery moOtr the Oar heartfelt would like to thank Theresa
thanks la all who extended -
children. Wednesday, April 29, at the First .....
Lakeland, died Friday morning .GI AIdMr+ v-atl'-'eI and Fire Bradford County
eom/orting sympathy Company
Funeral services were held In Baptist Chl..h In Brooker with Rev.
April 17, 1987 at Central Park Lodge LokeBulltr.! '
DeWitt C.Jones help ill ear recent sorrow. For the Fire Dept.,the Florida Forestry Service -
Chapel Wednesday,
Nursing Home Center In Auburn-
braotrful floral DeRich of Container
service
offerings Corp
FL April 29, with Rev. Buddy Friediln ;
dale ,after a long illness.
conducting the services. Burial was Hours lM-:30M-f: aari etter kindnesses:" we are deeply neighbors and young people who
Born in Lake Mrs. '
City
Armitagewas gyatefoL volunteered! their time during our
in f:M-.00 SaL Ann
Keystone Heights Cemetery
a resident of Lakeland for many Jo S The of Gnff fire. It greatly
years and was a homemaker. under the direction of Jones Funeral SOIL W.Call Street family Kling was very ap-
Home of ((90*)MM54I preciated.Thanks a million.
Keystone Heights.
Survivors include three A Speciality Gift Shop Richard,Michele&Stephanie
daughters, Eunice Carter of Starling
Jacksonville, Betty Kantor and Ross FlowersRoss
Dorothy Cleghorn of Lakeland: two Flowers,62, of Lake Geneva Don't Delay Come IM Today!
sons, George Trask of Lakeland, died Monday, April 27, In V.A. .
Medical Mother. Day I* the lOth of
Avon Trask of Auburndale; one Center in Gainesville MayFor
sister, Eunice Searing of Starke. following an extended illness. That Special Lady: Who is eligible for 84 % fixed
Graveside services were held Born In Moultrie, GA, May 11, Flowers Candy Baskets
Monday,April 20, in Oak Hill Burial 1924, Mr. Flowers moved to Lake 1
Park with Dr. James C. Rowan con- Geneva In 1980 from Miami. Gourmet Food Teapot rate home loansno
ducting the services. Thornton & Mr. Flowers was of the Episcopal Crocheted table runner&cIo 1ies
Holcom Memorial Home was in faith; retired district manager for Wall Plaque PiHow and much more. down payment
charge of arrangements. C.P.C.; Army veteran of WWII.
Survivors include his wife, Let LI* Custom Design Your Gift with low monthly paymentssmall
Babette D. Flowers of Miami; two We Appreciate Your Patronage
Pansy Webb Griffis daughters,Doris Cogler.of Keystone closing costs

Pansy Webb Griffis, 81, of Starke Heights and of Knox-
died Sunday, April 26, 1987 at North ville, TN; sister, Carol Booth'of .
Florida Regional Medical Center In Gardner, IL; seven grandchildren. Pre-Seoson" ".r.r..r.rHf'// .
Memorial services were held in c-=;= ..maws "'" .
.
Gainesville following a brief illness. .. "
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Mrs. Griffis was born and raisedin DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tuesday, Air Conditioner' "" oz n.F..... I r -
Tampa where she attended school April 28, with Rev. Buddy Friedlin Special10.95
and moved to Starke about 46 years conducting the services. Burial will .....<. .
ago. She was the widow of the late be at a later date under the directionof If you have good credit and oct soon
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone All Tires Made in the Good Old
Roy Griffis of Starke and a memberof U.S. of A.
the Grace Church Heights. "*" be!
Baptist in
Starke. TRUCK TIRES MULTI MIL you may -

Card of ThanksWe GRAN PRIX RYS CLASS BELTED .
Survivors include two sons, Jack 31x10.50x15 ... .. -51.00 P1SS-7581-------2180 .
and Douglas"Doug" Griffis, both of would like to thank all the .. 31x11.50x15 .... "87.00 5758It.:12..1I Florida USA Realty and Investments. Inc.,
Starke; four sisters, Marie Ballardof friends and relatives of Thomas : ,
Plant City, Helen Johnson and Oliver Mendell for all the food, C 33x12.50x15------- PZI -7581tD.II Registered Real'Estate Broker

Lois Webb both of Brandon and Cora cards, prayers and their attendancein V9X151T.. .... .. . 58.00 05-7581S .__ _ ":3\M will know and help you
Herndon of St. Petersburg; three the recent loss of our loved nnf. P22S-7581S.. .. _. _. "35.M '
brothers, Lloyd Webb of Live Oak, He Is gone, but will never be >* 00 r tra to Balar.cn Tlrg M build or buyin
Marion Webb of Tampa and Marvin forgotten.
Webb of Brandon; four grand Thank you again for everythingyou v Radial(' Muni Mile Whitewall your community.
children and three great- did for him. P1558oR-13.-------------- -JI aa.&....

grandchildren. Thomas Oliver Family Mendell of P165800-13 ...-....... . .. -. "S"fl Wheel,
Funeral services were conducted P19575R-14. .. \\o*" . -. .. '3r Bearings Call ((904)) 3783783ARKLA

Tuesday morning, April 28, at the James Bruce Manning,Jr. P20575R-14 n . . nr- ,.
chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral James Bruce Manning, Jr., 26, of P20575R-15 . ,, . . "' Fri
Home with Burial Rev. Leon Odorn of Brooker died Sunday morning from P225 75R-15 .,. .*1A.----- . -. ..:=*3200 3
ficiating. was in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner injuries received in an auto acci- "P235 7511-15 ....._._._...... . . Z 2 3
Funeral Home of Starke in of dent.Mr.
charge Manning was born in Special Summer front wletso asa -arn rs
arrangements. Gainesville and moved to Brooker in
1971. He was a beer sales supervisorfor or Rear Front End Alignment ;
Elsie Mae KennedyElsie fjvmm* a m
Cone Distributing Company in rrrsr-. .wrarrr..wra.-
Mae Kennedy, 74, of Gainesville for 7 years and a en/ace 4495 '.a.n s..a.- a s..was.i.s..rs
Keystone Heights, died Sunday member of the Windsor Baptist w --- rs.rT.oV as r -N r----
26, 1987 in North Fla. RegionalMedical Church 1._... .. ------
April near Hawthorne. MC*--'" Is..d S .a.cM..t __ _
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Center in Gainesville Survivors include his wife, Janine .. a11.01 M.LYs-- "-c--. IB"Corbett's
A wh T u/.ws
following a long illness. Willingham Manning, daughter .
Born in Sopchoppy, FL, on April Kristin Nicole Manning, both of 1 Ban
23, 1913, Mrs. Kennedy moved to Brooker; his stepfather and mother, Tires & Service ;
Keystone Heights in 1976 from Atlanta Otis and Deanna M. Tetstone of U.S. 301 -Temple Avenue-Starke Red Tib
GA. Mrs. Kennedy was a Brooker; father and stepmother.
member of the Community Church; Mr. and Mrs. James B. Manning, 9s -636 '39" .' L-=; A
a seamstress and homemaker. Sr.,of Fairbanks; two sisters,KathyL.
Survivors include her husband, Breeden of High Springs and Lin-
Alex J. Kennedy; two sons, Larry da G. Ellis of Worthington Springs;
Colbert of Riverdale, GA and three half-brothers, Harold, Bran-
Richard Colbert of Texas; brother. don and Bradley Manning, all of

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Nursing Course M// 1 .

Offered at SFCC ter ooEooot WHIRLPOOL

A Nursing Assistant Course will be

offered by the Santa Fe Community y 17,580 BTU AIR CONDmONER
the
College SUrke Center during up-
coming term beginning May 6. l << COMFORT GUARD*
The eight week, non-credit course TACKLE & MARINE Lit Control
(240 hours) is designed to develop a 4-Way Air Direction
degree of skill for nurses aides that KA p6OI
will meet nursing home standards.
The course will be taught at the .$487
SFCC Starke Center and students
will receive their clinical training at
Whispering Pines Care Center.
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Classes will be held from 8 a.m.to 2 M f -

P-Graduiytes will be Certified Nurs- -= -
ing Assistants as required by GIBSONFAMILY

Florida Law.
The cost of the course Is approx- 1-ii--- SIZE
imately '150, which Includes ap-
plication, tuition lab fees,. book and mOST FREEREFRIGERATOR

uniform. take the TABE S Z7NE
tSeBradford Vo-Tech Center.
test at Ask About Gibson's1O
Information, please call ..n.a
For more -
Lila Yawn at the SFCC Starke AGGRESSOR Year Warranty j

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I LCCC Offers 320

Hours BasicCorrections 0 Leo's Restaurant & Lounge

Course 1 800 North Temple ((301 N.) Starke. Florida jl
320 hours of Basic Corrections ii {
Training Is required by Criminal We Serve Superb Chinese Food

Justice Standards and Training and Seafood & Steaks (American Style)
Commission for Certification as Correctional -

Officer I. OPEN MOTHER'S DAY (MAY 10))
Lake City Community College will
be ofering this training beginning From 11:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m
r May 11 through July 3, from 4 P.M.
a to 12 midnight on the college cam Mother's Day Special

: pus.The cost of this course is $209.80 Chinese Steak .- SeafoodAlso

and pre-registratlon is suggested Children's Menu
prior to May 11. No cash will be accepted -
on first night of class (checkor Lunch: 11 a.m. 3 p.m.

money order only). Dinner: 3 p.m. 9:30: p.m. Monday- Thursday
,.. For further Information and/or to 3 10 Friday & Saturday
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p.m. p.m.
i register call ((904)752-1822) Ext. 303,
iI or stop by the office In Tech A,room
,I A-12 for admission form.

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away during competition which attracted some of the day event.
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l 11 BCT Staff Writer tracted entrants from distant points Local correctional staff winning
) from the Florida Panhandle to trophies in the match were Don 1v 9O Same As Cash
Seven local correctional Miami. Davis, Ron Davis, Joe Eddy, Roy .y.:;, oe Days
employees won trophies in the Competitors included municipal Weiland, Ken McChesney Jqey
District Eight Shootout when the police officers, county sheriff's per Sapp, Wailon Hastings and UCI Financing Available
Florida Peace Officer's Associationmet sonnel and correctional officers Supt. Marion,:Ilis.
at the Florida State Prison from throughout the state.
Training Complex April 11, for the Tom Barton. District 8 director F.P.O.A. sanctioned matches In-
l annual F.P.O.A.-F.S.P. pistol and superintendent of Florida State clude both combat and bullseye COLUMBUS CARPETS INC. &
match. Prison. hoftfpd the pistol match 'It competitions.
) TEAL TILE & CARPET


1'Oldest: students" earn H.S. diplomasSome ... ,. offer cut-carpet prices

people refuse to allow age to the diplomas. Attending the and Coordinator of Adult and Com ''' at the roll mill !
keep them from doing something ceremonies were Supt. Jim Duncan munity Education Charles Thomas. price
: they've always wanted to do.
Proving they can learn some new STAIN RESISTANT 2000
I tricks, three Lawtey residents,ages ?
57, 73, and 78, recently earned their Installed in Your Home
high school equivalency diplomas.
,L f IE The trio was honored in a graduation This Quality Carpet has been
program Saturday night. April ri1DONttiALL f chemically treated to reduce stain-
I 18, at Mt.Zion A.M.E. Church in ing from a range of household .$ 99
1 1
Lawtey in ceremonies organized by
Dot Moore. t spills and other substances that can
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i The honored graduates are Mrs. t.rWa ermanentl stain vour carpet p r
Melvina Green 57; Mrs. Charlie
Mae Moore, 78, and Lawtey Mayor Hurry This Sale Ends May Tlth
Robert Scott 73. Mrs. Moore raised
10 children,put half of them through
4 college, and just never had time to CARPET NOW,
get around to getting her diploma.
Mayor Scott is a retired contractor
Lawtey councilman for the past 24 4
in9 AMERICAN
years, and in his fifth term as

f mayor.All the school board members at- E X ,. TEAL TILE & CARPET

tended, with the exception of Chair
man Rodney Hall, who was ill. FOOD BARFor y i : 131 N. Cherry Street Starke ey
Mayor Scott's son, School Board 064-7423
Member Jimmy Scott, handed out

,. a real treat try our FOOD BAR.

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Podiatry Bradford Clinic Hospital OpensAt You will find a variety of meat,


II The Bradford Hospital Diagnostic vegetables, salads, desserts and
Treatment Center is now offering a
t podiatry (foot) clinic as an outpatient -
service to the community. ice cream bar to suit your taste, at LAWN GARDEN CENTER
,I Dr. Robert A. Giudice will be at IORIDA
I the clinic every other Tuesday 539 E. CALL STREET
beginning April 7, from 1-4 p.m. Patients a GREAT PRICE! . . . 3.99
will be seen by appointmentonly. PEST OPEN 8.6 964.5745ONTROL _

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i The podiatry clinic is for the treot- Or try our full menu for the
{ ment of medical and surgical problems
tHEMIC/1l/ CO
of the foot and leg. a
Best Steaks Around
I "In the clinic we will deal with !
.I diabetic foot care maintenance circulatory -
management,foot surgery ,
corns, calluses, bunions, heel spurs, ,
:. leg aches, bio-mechanical foot !;i m '
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rehabilitation for arch problems and t
I sports; medicine conditions; said Etat.arrtttlte I
i I \ Giudice.

'. Clinic service will include STMIUIOUSC 511 '' CONtINOES
podopediatrics, the correction of
I
children's foot diseases and pro-
I .I blems. Podopediatrics includes problems US 301 S 964-8061 Annuals lit Scamper Says
"i such as in-grown toe nails, :
I pigeon-toed leg and arch problems. .-"' ---- Vegetable Plants r Mole Crickets
Giudice is a 1949 graduate of the < ''' '' Favorite Vanetios Must Go...
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University of Florida and receivedhis
4 or A Plant Troy 59 May&June are the best months to k.lI.h
medical degree in 1955 from the We Change the Way People Live Your Choice
Ohio College of Medicine. He served young stage of this nocturnal nightmare
his residency in foot surgery at Columbus USEr
.'/ Hospital and the Illinois College FOR LESS
f of Podiatry Medicine in Shade Tree Sale OFTANOLApply
l Chicago,before opening his practicein < Container grown in Florida
Gainesville in 1956. : 4' to 6' Toll In 3 Gal Size, Cans these granules In the eveningNew
of Alachua Center & \
A member the General Today Housing
Shipments &water in well..13 lb.bag covers-
Hospital medical staff since 1973 59
479 1 *
Giudice has served as past-president Big Selection up to 5000 esq ft. ONLY *
.:J of the Florida Podiatric Medical DeRose Industries Inc.
I Association and the American ,
HAVE A HEALTHY. RICH GREEN
,,' Podiatric Medical Association. Lake City, Florida
.i To make an appointment contact Buy 10- LAWN APPLY FERTI-LOME
j Bradford Hospital at 964-6000 or Dr. OFFERS THE 16-4-8 PREMIUM PELLETS.
or More
-DogwoodRedbud aagtood.upfolOOOsg1f.

'I Winners IISVFD BEST PRICES IN THE INDUSTRIES .Chinese Mapl .Sycamore Elmother Only for t IT

Special formula for Florida contains Iron A minorlament
Annual Raffle Many varieties for thai ..
I,! The Heilbronn Springs Volunteer 24' x 44' DOUBLE WIDE 399 eo I.homogvnout..IIk.ly*fa plw.alphw bum.".11.....o.y to*pr d..w..od long beauty lolling

Fire Department announced the
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"" I winners in the annual raffle. 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Today Housing Center ..
The grand prize a $975 portable "- I
Hitatchi VCR donated by Sawyer Shingle Roof SALE PRICE . '15,900 Toro-Guaranteed to Starton CYPRESS MULCH
I Gas goes to Mark Griffith.
Other winners are Jim Skelton Masonite Siding Reg. Price . . 17,900J the 1st or 2nd Pull Reduces Loco of Moisture

$100 gift certificate from Starke 1 Special Exterior Appl. Factory Rebate . 2,0001 Retards Wood
Motor Parts; Helen Peterson $30 1 Looks Good
General Spray from Bowens Pest Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE . 15,900DOWN 21" Self-Propelled Roar 23 Ib. bag A W AC
Control; Emmett Craig $25 certificate Total Electric PAYMENT 2,000 Bagger with BBC
from Thomas
Auto Parts; I
Bradley Ball, a $25 fresh floral arrangement 1 Furnished BALANCE . 13.900J
from Ladybug Florist; 4Cycl OHV Engine VEGETABLE
Maude Mott, a case of motor oil 'Appliances and Payment. & ANNUAL PLANTS
I from Register Oil;Bill Crouse and J. Much Much Morel I 10% APR 15 Yn. 1 5 9.on,. Rog.389.93 529 95 .
L. Alvarez two free memberships SALE *Klmto
and 12 free movies from Adven- -pots
tureland Video; Helen Peterson two ,' WE NEED YOUR IDGIIEST TRADEALLOWANCE No Money Down 26?! V.'oworl.
smoke alarms from Jackson to Qualified Buyer
Building Supply; Ken Ford, a steak USED HOME EVER oach

dinner for two at Western Steer and -w tar___...n..s.reels-..
Dee Dee King, four free movie --Ovm.-..- M M.n M the.er.t._-
passes from the Florida Twin TODAY HOUSING -.*pull tar t-y.r W will" th.w
Theatre. ROSE BUSHES

The volunteers express their ap- Mon.-Sot. till(A p.m.iunday Hcrcrft you done without ENTIRE STOCK
preciation to all the people who pur- CENTERWe 1 III 5 p.m. a Toro long enough*
chased raffle rickets and the fair t BIG SELECTION
goers who supported the booth at the Sell Price, Quality and Service"i.v' NOW

fair by buying soft drinks,home bak- ONLY 4"..:..
ed goods and snacks. Also sincere CALL US TODAY .
thanks to all the businesses who Lake City
donated prize. 7554)606 :i- $MrI .

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Taka-Oat Chicken Dinners will be served from 11:30: to 2:00: p.m.


Boxes Available Parade forms at Call Street West of 301 at Terwillegar Ford, rolls at 11:00: a.m.

Goes North on 301 and left on Washington


CLOWNS MOTORCYCLES- .- *. _*. FUNNY CARS --* BANDS. !" ,SHRINERS. !

Irene's Beauty Shop Marvin JacksonRex
HEILBRON SPRINGS GRAHAM
On behalf of the Starke Shrine Club I would like Tommy Joann Harley Murrow Lester& Crews Mary Smith

to thank the following contributors for their dona- Carlo's Sandwich Shop Lester J. Kite Jr, Heilbron Springs Fire Dept. James & Joan Watson

tions and support. Your Katie Henderson Gilbert G. Nelson Keith's Beauty ShopFay's Doug Watson
generosity Is what makes
II Clay Watson
this Hazel ThomasE.Z. Van's UpholsteryNew Beauty Shop
fundraising event a success. LeeWestern Method CleanersDr. Bobbie & Annie Dodd

Auto Pete Gianas RAIFORD Lloyd & Melodie Stilwell

Buel "Rolry" Hudson Stump's Dept. Store Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Hazel Nolon

Starke Shrine Club Ron Bradford Denmark Rent Ins.All Bessent Bradford&Co.Moody Farm Bureau. Ins Dobbs Service Station (J

N.L. Woodburn CR Smith Jr. CPA HIGHLAND
Rosha's Beauty Shop Reddish KINGSLEY LAKE
Dolph Sheriff
Starke -- -. Lil Skeeters Hazel's Grocery
Clarence Lee Gib & Jewelle Brown
Red & Irma Buford Lynn's Paint & Body Shop Mitchell's Drug StoreDr. Torode Shell Frank Herndon Danny CraigStrickland's

George & Gladys Pierce Temple Motel & Mrs. Leonard Schlofman Esther S. Hall, Tax CollectorDr. Landing

Neva Flynn, Old Glory Feed Store Starke Auto Center D.W. Whiffen BROOKER New Kingsley Beach

Supervisor of Elections Draw Tite C.J. Cuttin Loose Jimmy Alvarez, Prop. Appr. W.F. 'Happy' & Janie Cooley

Thomas Realty Lee's RestaurantBill Linda Waters American Civil Defense Assn. Green's Grocery Bryan Padgett

Flowers Bakeries Co. Andrea & Shannon 301 Liquors Campbell's Electronics DeRitch Green Family John C. Green

Bobby A Gertie McRae Adrams Leila's Dress Shop Allen's Office Supplies Carroll's Grocery W.C. & Gladys Townsend

WPXE Radio Station City Fish & Meat Market Sawyer Gas & Printing Ronnie & Jerry Hipps

Epps Motors 964-Hair Benders Tackle Box Merle Norman Cosmetics MAXVILLE

Williams Jewelry Wholesale Autos The Eyeglass StoreSonny's Denmark & Marchese
Wilson's Florist Hollow Real Pit Bar-B-Que Lucas Minute Market
I Sleepy Motel Hursts Exxon & Wrecker Svc
Econo Lodge Adventureland Video Jimmy Bowen Hank & Charlotte Green Henry & Ouida Winko HAMPTONBob

Carlos & Leita Johnson F&L Fruit Co. Bradford Motel Jim & Charlotte Duncan George & Romie Griffis

Love That Video Circle "D" & Stable 777 Shoe Store Charles & Charlene FrancisA Buddy & Norma Jean Parrish Smith

Walter & Elde Lee J.S. Silcox Bradford Square Barber Personal Friend Whitley Steel Fayne & Bernice BatemanJo

Merritt H. Williams Ins. Steve & Sylvia Kroll & Style Shop Carlos & Leita Johnson Fla Crown Printing Ann & Rhonell Estes

Best Western Motel 20/20 Video Pep-O Gas & Food Store Arthur & Minnie Redding Hatcher's Auto Parts The Allen Archey Family

Timberjock Inc. Slade Tractor Johnson Farm Supply Jerome Johns Oil Co. Ceramics by Bob Vernon & Linda ParmenterU.S.

Little Peoples Law's Tavern Goober's Shop Charlie Johns Ins. Agency Overpass Liquors & Lounge Solar Corp.
Bob & Elaine Smith
Florida Federal PJ's Sport Center Greg Morgan
Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish Marion Tire & Battery Douglas BatteryJim LAKE CITYBeilling Stephen Smith LumberSuEl's f

[Charley E. Johns Insurance B&M Starter & Generator Young Aviation Retirement Home /: J J
Griffin Industries
Crown Central lumber Co. Automotive Detail Specialist Barbara's Beauty Shop HAMPTONBob Tire Co. (AQ
Charles & June Thornton Textile Town Starke Motor Parts Lotts Grocery

Ross Paint Center S&W Muffler Shop Owen Joist Smith PROVIDENCE

Jimmy Epps Thornton Auto Salvage Hayes Electric Fayne & Bernice BatemanJo
Jim Duncan Fashion StopGreyhound Norman's Market Ann & Rhonell Estes Thomas Grocery KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Martha & David Smith Bus Line The Hungry Hound The Allen Archey Family Williams Grocery

Pizza Hut'Sleepy Bargain Center Bill Dodd Vernon & Linda ParmenterU.S. Pat Gambill

Hollow Motel Hall's Bike Shop Santa Fe Shooters Supply Solar Corp. THERESSA John D. Brown Home Center

Dan & Cleo HarleySid Davis, Monk, Farnsworth Green & Hobbs PA Bob & Elaine Smith t Jack Southard Roofing

& June Shuford & Co.WilliamL.. Mac & Carol Baldwin Stephen Smith Lumber.SuEl's Edward's Grocery I I. Steve Broadway A Waters

Moin-Street .Jdodges! Paint &.Hdw$LQrg 'Doug A Ellen I Raley Tree Surgeons
Sleep Shop4nerFirst Dowling : ,, Ratirement.Home.u.-. h_ .
Choice Pizza ERA Faulkner Realtors Inc. Darrah's Automotive Center Griffin Industries Lloyd A. Green"Michael "

Darrell McClendon G. Gray Flynn DMD Badcock Furniture Lotts Grocery FAIRBANKS DifilippoJeff

Adventure Homes J.E. Milligan Durban Memorials Mark, Tonya, Josh & & Diana Schafer

John & Elaine Valdez Dr. O.L. Haynes, Jr. DOS Select Woods Inc. Jake Hodges Dwight Grocery Jackson's Building Supply
Charles A Agnes Dinkins Advanced ElectronicsThe Julia's Florist Ken Mercer's Used Cars Pauline Aiken

Robert & Sandra Green Magic Needle Winkler Electric Steve's GroceryWORTHINGTON Judy & Richard Cunningham

Mark & Tonya Hodges Insurance World JoAnn's GiftsA I Gordon's Heating & Air Cond

Michael & Carol O'Steen Bowens Pest Control Friend LAKE BUTLER SPRINGS Buff's Used Cars

Jesse (Slim) SandersDr. Olins Home Center, Inc. Snap Shop 1 Hr Photo Miller's Supermarket

H.H. Adams Carter EnterpriseMr. Acme HardwareRudy's Jackson's Building Supply Williams L.P. Gas Manning Lawnmowers

Marvin & Judy Brown plus 3 & Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Sr. AutomotiveBob Ellington Construction Mid-Florida Haulers, Inc. Tommy Tomlinson
Petroleum Richard Roberts Ins. Inc.
Lester Crews Guy Andrews Wright Housing CenterA Katherine's Beauty Shop Skips
Jeff & Jan McRaeRay's
Bill & Iris CauseyEmployeesCommunity Orian Wells Chevy-Olds FriendE.J. Mary Kay Beauty Salon
Bank Bradford Furniture Inc. Dowling Stables Flowers by Richard WALDO Electric

Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Crosby E-Z Wheels Auto Sales Griffis Gas of Starke Douglas EquipmentJohn Triest Construction
Waldo Farmers A Flea Market 1 Leonard's Outboard
Todd & Lee Manning Santa Fe Insulation Inc. Bill's A/C & Heating L. Shadd Enterprises Shop
Waldo MarketLois' Mike Redfearn Contractor
& Chris RobertsDr. Richard E. Welty Robert S. Mullins Hairbiz Styling Salon

Owen Hoover Dudley P. Hardy PA Tiger, Sonny, & T.T. Spires IGA Store Diner Marshall DonaldsonJoe

Hank & Charlotte Green George Roberts Ins. Inc. Lady Bug Florist Pettit Used Cars Basinger Orange ShopTom's G. BriceMooneyham
Heat & Air
Tom & Barbara CaseyTim Torode Oil Co. J.D. Odom Farmers & Dealers Bank CypressH
& R Auto Wholesale Bobby H. Gleen
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Wadford Outlaw Realty & Realtors Andrews Drugs
Acme Hardware Russell R. & Bernice Lea
Western Steer of Starke
Stricklands Sewing Machine Jo-Lu Motel Hal Y. Maines
Repair Green's Welding Shop Pinehurst Grocery Western Auto Powell Automotive

Herbert & Hazel GreenMr. Crosley Mfg. Corps. Buddy & Margaret LewisPowell's Lintons Logging Oasis Lounge
301 Auto PortsBobby's
& Mrs. Neil L Tucker Community State Bank Dairy Freeze Wilford Croft
The Sharon Aaron FamilyMembersBradford Thomas Auto Parts Family Hair Designers Joe Shaw Hide-A-Way LAWTEY

Lodge 35 Register Oil Co. Starke Pawn Shop Harriet Guyott
s GAINESVILLE Bradford Limerock
Arthur & Martha Brock Ive/s Equipment Repair The BeautiqueIn Horseshoe Lounge
Charles SchaeferSapp's & Sales Memory of Inez A. Green Usher Agency Crawford Bros.Construction'Fugatt's ,

Saw Mill Craft Suppliers Patrick Welch & Assoc. Martie's Body Shop Gainesville Coca-Cola GarageMr.

Florida Food Service & Mrs. Tommy K. Linzy
Gene Shaw, Attorney at Law
Frank & Ruby Bowen & Tobie Davis ExpressT.H. Doyle Varnes Ins.
Hill's Van Lines Mr. & Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Jr.
Five Winds Lodge
Wilbur Waters WoodchippingDr. Slade Doyle Archer Funeral Home
Mid-State Electrical Contractor Betty MoodyLee
Harry Gruen, DentistLeto's Gabriel's Sub Shop Julian & Nita McRae Clarks Meats & Grocery
University City Florist & Blanche Taylor
Style Shop Griffis Construction Co. Edward & Janice ChristmasPete Hale, Graham & Schuh Inc.
Pete & Meldee Fancher James & Bea Creamer
G. Felos, MD
Adventureland Video
Starke Shoe Sunshine Motel
Repair I
Trail Motel & Restaurant
Media Marketing
Carlton & Ella Mae Chastain Gold Kist Inc. Starke Chamber of CommerceFla. Joe, Adam & Terri WilsonFlo's
Mold
National Bank of Starke Gainesville Florist Garrard Co.
Starke Power Equipment Right Turn Bakery Harry A Margaret Stallings Commissary Store I.
Hale
D.M. Insurance
1 Mary's Ice Cream S&W Discount Auto Parts Deloris' Beauty Shop
Ause Brown, PAPete's Tompkins Liquor & Lounge
Judge Elzie & Sandi Sanders
Glass Smith Bros. Howard Auto Parts
Starke Looking Body Shop
;
Gym I.awtey Farm Equipment
Mathews Terence M. Brown PA Culligan Water Softner Hardin's Florist
Realty Tatum Bros. Lumber Co.
& ConditionerERA Theron A & Sonja Yawn
Tire Inc.Solly's .
Starke Video Bielling
Andrews Drugs Lloyd & Boddy Wike The Flower & Gift ShopOral's
Tiffin & Owens Inc.
Cedar River Seafood Denmark Furniture This & That
J.D. Sanders, Inc. Garage
Putman Medical SupplyLee A. & Dee Shover .
Chastain's Jimmy
Biggs Body Shop Jewelry "
Gainesville Neon Signs Emory & Bernice Duncan ,
A Vickie Sparks Wilson, Inc. ..
Kentucky Fried Chicken Jackson Building Supply
Shell
Jeffcoat SignsMIDDLEBURG Lawtey
Sea Glen ,
Fiberglass
Cecelia TerwillegarBetty Lewis Timber Co. Video Express Florida SouvenierlandWaters
Gator Starke Rotary Club Hillandale Farms
& Elbert Nettles Purple
Gator II Form SupplyChina Claude & Dolores Morgan Frank's Barber Shop GroceryJ.D.
I AI & Marge Carlisle Eunice Tractor Service
and
Wend/ of StorkeClark's Restaurant Buddy Tiny Parrish's Food Store
Jennifer & Matt L.H. Enterprises, Inc.
Karen
Hallmark Shop Norton Telecom Josephine Addison, .
t Roberts Insurance Inc. .
Monk A Thelma Dinkins Heaths Automotive Tax Collector
&
Classic: Cut Style
Richard
of Bob & Lee Martin &
Wendys Starke
I Mike A Gloria King Teal Tile A Carpet Inc. Barbara Montpetit
James f. Putman Tim's Custom Cabinets Robert and Linda Patrick McLeod's Barber Shop
CONYERS GA.
Hal & Elizabeth ,
Dwight & Cleo Elder Starke Tire Service Nasworthy Texgas Corp.
Tire Co. Modern Muffler Shop Union Co. Farm Bureau Ins.
| Wolter & Carol Heap Mosley Bill & Matthews
Florida Betty
Jessie & Debbie Myers Gerald & Sue Williams Pest Control Junction Bar & Lounge
Sun Ice Co.Malcolm .
> Freeman A Rose. Register Jr. Noegel's: Auto Sales Steve Hutchison
Gilmer A Corrine WatfordE.D. Virgil Berry, DC SandersRoy's Judge & Mrs. David Reiman "Proceeds from this :

Allen Durrance Pump A Supply Co Frank Grocery & Market Rivers Hardward A Furniture JACKSONVILLE activity will be for ]
& Evelyn Chastain Automotive Parts Center Young Accounting John & Vivian Whitehead
Tommy Dan A Cleo Harley Spencer A Helen Crews Starke Shrine Club
[ Girls at Surplus Prop. Karen & Rodger Powell Floral Designs .
Agricultural Center Thomas F. Smith Terwillegar Motors Roger's Bar-B-Cue Buck Carter and not for the
| Archie Tanner Funeral Home Jack Becker Distributors Inc.
1 Gus Kopelousos' Ella L Cooney Hill's Dry Cleaning
Novls S. Ward Lewis Barnett benefit of Shriners
[ Robert & Linda Patrick : Rocky & Amanda Hudson Mary Herring
Koch Drug Store Bill A Dot BehlmerBen
Hal & Elizabeth Nasworthy Bridgett Bornham Loca Roberts Hospital for Crippled -
Sears Starke A Jane Davis
[ Modern Muffler Shop Griffis & Sons Fiberglass "
James F. Putnam George & Oceil Turner Children.

| Florida Pest Controlersoool Crafts Salvage _. A.L King '--. .
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! Starke appraisor earns highest rating t ,A.- 1 N ,


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include intense educational members of the
ByMarkFrledlln courses real estate profession +
BCT Staff Writer in appraising residential, farm and who have attained a high degreeof '' f
r'I r Wayne E. Douglas of Starke has land and commercial property, and excellence In the art and scienceof
r been awarded the highest Crofe&- the preparation of appropriate real estate appraisal. It also encourages
atonal designation granted demonstration. appraisals. specialized education in
National Association of Master Appraisers "Each member of the National real estate appraisal through t a.ytrlrets +
,according to Dr.Marvin T. Association of Master Appraisershas cooperating schools, to provide the

Deane.JUhe! National_President. agreed to suscribe to the highest educational Industry with fundamental seminars courses and
conduct
standards of
professional
I The designation f Master Senior Appraiser required by organizations' code of workshops. Such educationalcourses
I (VISA) was conferred after ethics;said Dr. Deane. are designed to insure the
, the completion of the all the qualifying public will have qualified professional
procedures of the organization. The National Association of real estate appraisal services r
Requirements for the designation Master Appraisers designates those when buying or selling real estate.
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Wayne E. Douglas of Starke has received the highest possible designating ky the AmeiaUe *f Master Ap
CENTER INC. praisers.


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,;i E Free Pepsi-- FREE Live Radio DRAWING Broadcast- WPXE Farmer's problems discussedby I


:
e .. 1st PRIZE: Complete Transmission Overhaul Buster Rahn quantities, and sofd at wholesale. per tom in this area
"Times have changed, and we said
1 E (Excluding Front Wheel Drive & Overdrive A 4x4'1)) BCT Larry Staff Reese Writer, representing the must change with them if we are to Reese said the community bas a

'! 2nd PRIZE: ((2)) Major Tune-Up Bureau of State Farmers Markets, remain in business" Allen said. To resource in the market,that needs to
teamed with local market show the diversity some markets be utilized. "We have talked about
3rd PRIZE: ((4)) oil & filter change & lube job Bob Allen to lead a workshop manager on im are considering, Allen said Bomfay produce but what about other items
I : proving the Starke Farmers Market farmers market is looking at catfish such as livestock: and other items
GIFT CERTIFICATE TO ALL ENTRIES to make it more useful to BradfordlCounty processing,as a means of increasing made in the home
i farmers and citizens. revenues and provide additional in- David Wainwright told Reese of
, Unfortunately, the only growers come for producers. his experience in dfaling with the
the J.R. J.R. Wainwright said thee is no state and the amount of red tape involved.
i Starke's Most Modern Repair Center attending meeting were
Wainwright and son, David, and longer enough agricultural supportin He bad discussed the
COMPLETE ONE-STOP SERVICE Leon Starling and son, Glenn. the area to keep a farmers market establishment of a retail nursery at
i Others in attendance were Jack open and functioning. He said there the market with a representative
Eckdahl,director of the Chamber of is no way the few acres of strawberries from the Department of Agr cIIIIuft,
E Commerce George T. Huggins, grown in Bradford County can but had given up on the pro"clwhen
Specializing. In: former county; agent; Bobby Taylor, compete with the hundreds of acres be was told of all the red tape required
I TRANSMISSIONS county agent, and Ray Norman, grown in the Plant City area, in by the state.He has since put
Credit the his home SR-
vice president, Community State Hillsborough County.Wainwright nursery near on
, Available Bank, and president of the Fair suggested that 16E.A.
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Association.[ blueberries may be a viable crop for flea market type of operationwas
,J 20 Plus Years Experience With Allen opened the workshop by say the area, stating that his market suggested and some merit was
Foreign & Domestic Cars & Trucks Approval ing "we need to get together and get handled 6,000 quarts of blueberries found in pursuing the subject more
last He said blueberries beset especially when Ray Norman suggested -
something started. The market hasa year. can
Automatic Standard good location US-301.with for a one time cost of an acre of that fair grounds andbuilding
on 24,000
(ZEeI( cars passing each day." Statetarmersmarketstraditionallypack strawberries, and a producer can might be available in connection
1 Day Service i recover his cost in the third year with a market operation.
in most cases :: ed and shipped produce in large and begin making a profit.
...................*******"*****' ******..******************** David Wainwright told the group Norman asked Reese about cleaning
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about a Michigan firm that markets up the grown-up state piupeity
blueberries, and they are interested between the market buildings and
t ,' ,, r.L in coming into the Florida market, the railroad. Reese said there is no
,. since it would not interfere with problem but to send bun a letter,
4 a their Michigan operation. The berries and be would respond affirmatively.
i can be mechanically harvested
't with some going into the fresh berry
STARKE \ KEYSTONE Reese said his department is going
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market, and some being frozen. to the state market by
spruce-up
US 301 South *R 21 North
: The discussion of growing blueberries repaving the area putting up tights
t HOURS in Bradford County went on for repainting bin Ming*and putting new
HOURS S uaaa ,: x 1:30- pm some time, with no firm decisions tin on the Gold Kist store building.
r made, since the meeting was calledas Taylor suggested each individual
Mon.-Sat.
7 i:30.1 pm & 8Hrf a workshop, rather than a formal think about the situation for a day or
Mon.Sat.Sun. Him Sun 101 -& planning session. two. then come back: for further
10-6 J.R. Wainwright said "1 think the discussion. He said be hopes to interest
r ''' : strawberry market is one"The bottom other growers in attending a
fell out in Plant City yesterday: later meeting and taking part in implementing
4 with berries going to $4 per t1aL't plans improving and
Strawberries must average above 16 utilizing the faculty,
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I Blue Angels set showThe I



Naval Air Station(NAS)Cecil The Blues wilfelose the day's activities
Field will host an open house and air with their flight demonstration -
show May 2 and 3, 1987. program flying the F/A-U

I U 1 ( 0 1 i 1 A special added attraction to the Hornet, the jet aircraft they will belying
r open house will be the kickoff performance ( for the first time this year.
Broccoli CpntaloupeBananas for the 41st year of the Last year the squadron Dew the Ace
Golden Ripe Yellow Crisp Navy Flight Demonstration Skyhawk and began a transition to
79 tf QQ Squadron, the Blue Angels. the newer Hornet by undergoing
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Corn -
Lettuce eOS'
The open house will begin at 10 replacement training at NAS Cecil
+ Cauliflower WatermelonsFlo. a.m. each day. Admission is free as Field this past winter.
/ 9C The Cecil Field Naval Air Stationis
Ida. is parking.The air show scheduled
I Head $1 19 Head s 99.a. to commence at 1 p.m.,with various located west oa 1-736! off either

performing units, including fly4>ys
I 0i of military aircraft and flight Normandy Boulevard or 103rd St.
demonstrations by the F-14 Tomcat The base is also accessible Cram
and F-1S Eagle. Route 301 or I-10.

i Other units scheduled to be on
hand are vintage aircraft: performances Special parting and seating has
Get Ready to Bring on Summer by Jim Mosef and Jim visitors.been arranged for handicapped
Holland; wingwalking and aerial

Cook Out This Weekend ; Bill aerobatics Fitzsimons featuring in Ron their Shelly Beoing and For additional. information on the

Stearman biplane; and an all- open douse. the Blue Angels contact

with thicke as. woman skydiving team. the local Navy 1Iecr1Dter.I .



I Ii I Fryer fR 8 1, u d, ,I Homemaker program set I

I older who have fact the support of
"Focus On The Future" the
I Displaced Homemaker Program at their spouse through either death
Leg Santa Fe Community College has a divorce separation or disability,
and who are planning to seater the
new class starting May 18.
The class and other services are Job market after years working m
1/4's the home. Planning a new hf e direction
free of charge, but you must pre- others
and from
register by Friday May IS. support are
e w, ,,,6 basic parts of the class.

Cut Up Whole Purpose of the class is to offer help To register or for more information
> c ; to homemakers 33 years of age or .call&5OC7.PROl1 .

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