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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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All-Sports Banquet... ,

The AU-Sports Banquet has been
postponed a week until 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 21. a
Due to an unavoidable conflict r Costs

UF QB Kerwin Bell the guest r ,
speaker, will be unable to attend
tonight (Thursday, May 14). The
banquet is still set in the new armory -
at Camp Blanding.
Tickets: $17.50 per couple for a
steak dinner. findin

Dog Wash..,

A dog wash sponsored by the to cut solid waste costs -solid waste convenience centers was
youth of the First Presbyterian provide the services need- opposed by commissioners Wilbur
Church of Starke, is set Saturday, commissioners are fin- Waters and E.L. (Nook) Norman.
May 16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the They pointed out residents would
church parking lot at 921 E. Call talked about closing the simply throw garbage in front of a
Street, across the road from Brad- one day a week, but closed collection site.
I ford Hospital.It's which day, And it Persons who throw garbage
$3 for a wash, $3 for a dip N only $125 per week solid anywhere othersthan an authorized
and $5 for a wash and dip. Darrell O'Neal collection center%should be prosecuted
commissioners who met Riddick stated. He said, "If
Business After flours... ., '....-:;:V :, it was my brother t would not
The Business is closed "I'm gonna hesitate to burn him. %
next After
Hours
Just No.
event, formerly called the Chamber Say .. ) recorder off and Supervisor O'Neal suggested closing
mixer is set from 5:30-7 p.m. Tues- Balloons filled the air Wednesday afternoon May and ," said Commissioner the landfill site on unday, poin-
day. May 19. at the EconoLodge.It's at Hampton Elementary as 225 children relea Jr. "I'm serious Dar- ting out it's difficult to get people to
a week early because the balloons in front of he school around the flag hail.'f can't" save more than that, work on weekends. Commissioner
Chamber Board of Governors they chanted "Just Say No." day. Maxie Carter Jr. suggested it would
wants it to( be held during National Joe Riddick, who is be better to close Monday( or Tuesday
Tourism Week. In June the mixer Principal Mary Ann Kyle led the children of the solid waste and keep the landfill open on
this year, said "OK, Dar- weekends. 1
will revert to the fourth Tuesday.
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it open. commissi ers agreed to Com-
Senior Awards... the solid waste conve- missioner Riddicks suggestion
at Brooker, Lawtey: allowing him and O'Neal to work upa
The annual Senior Awards Laura Church Road is schedule to show the board.
Ceremony is set in the Bradford a a priority, and commis- O'Neal said the only way to cut
High School auditortium at 7:30 in the process of coming landfill costs is to cut hours worked.He .
p.m. Tuesday, May 19. method. "We've got to get suggested closing Sundays with
Awards will be presented to 22 ; > ," said Commissioner only a spotter on duty to( see that gar-
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students in the National Honor .. bage and trash are,dumped where
Society, the high honors and honors 4 Brooker has agreed to they are supposed to.be.. Closing on
graduates and departmentalawards. to man its conve- Sunday is rough on residents, Com-
w'J&r four days per week. missioner Carter pointed out.
agreed to pay one-half Commissioner Riddick suggesteda
Senior Banquet... pointing out that county trial run to see what\will work

The Class of 1987 and their living outside the city most satisfactorily.
use the convenience
parents or guardians will by /
Dragline Down...
honored at a 7 p.m. June 4 banquetin C a commissioners had to
the National Guard armory on yr that and left the topic The county's dragline is down,and
Edwards Road in Starke sponsoredby decisions. commissioners gave instructions to
the BUS Alumni Association. says the county makes rent a large backhoe to dig ditches
Tickets $6 each are on sale at '9. a week to pick up gar. and open up more area for burying
{t Hodges Paint Center and Mitchell's the Lawtey convenience' garbage at the landfill.CommlsslonerW .
Drug Store. Featured speaker: -also,warned thft- nI aus. '- burWatersaskI I ,
Sam Kouvaris, WJXT Channel 4 the( Lawtey site, recently ed if it is possible to purchase a large
sports director. The Alumni ,, is becoming as big a backhoe, but the other board(
Association hopes to make the ban- was before. The site will members said they'd rather rent
quet an annual event. manned by someone other now.
First in Line... inmate to keep things
On Snake Bites... said. Landfill Permit...
Mrs. Lynn Marshall's K-l class at liE were the Jassy got to man these compac- The county's permit applicationfor
Maynard H. Cox, authority on In
line to receive balloons to launch. The students tie r Riddick the landfill remains with the
snake bite treatments, is slated to II-r) Pat Flannagan..Sherry DeSue, Tonya .Br repeated.A .
give a three-hour presentation at 7 plan to alternate opening the (See Garbagep.3A)
p.m. June 20, a Saturday, in the '. .
auditorium of the Agriculture ".
Building on US-301 north in Starke.
The public is invited to the program
organized by Ms. Heidi Mize.It Hampton to Replace Suspended Marshal
will be pot-luck supper. $1 per
person will be charged to cover --
Cox's fee of $50 plus travel. The A replacement will be hired to charter approved in a special bill of still in Simmons' possession. A se- Simmons turned in only 47 hours for
program includes a two-hour slide finish the unexpired term of the legislature, empowering the cond court hearing is scheduled for one month's work said Council
presentation, broken into several suspended Marshal Roy Simmons, council to suspend elected town of- May 22 in Gainesville. Simmons has Chairman Ted Curtis. For instance, tR1
parts; a talk, and a question and the Hampton council voted 4-0 at its ficials.The threatened to file a claim against the the council wanted Simmons to 41
answer period. regular meeting Tuesday night.May Council, and has refused to return cover the school crossing, but he
Cox is the founder of the North council Is also pursuing ac- the equipment in question.The didn't.
Florida Snake Bite Treatment 12.City attorney Reggie Flynn said tion to get the police vehicle, and council says Marshal Sim- ..1w
Center in Orange Park. Hampton operates under an early other equipment returned which is mons was not performing his duties. (See Hampton..P.3A)

Summer Jobs...

Applications for JTPASummerYouth COURT RULES

Employment Program are
available at the local Job Service

Tech Office Center.at the Bradford-Union Vo- Alachua Co. Can Order Removal of S.Fe Pass FillThe r

Applicants must be economically
disadvantaged, 14 through 21 yearsof long-delayed Santa Fe Pass The saga of the ill-fated project dumped and spread in excess of fill be required before further con-
age and a Bradford County resi- development project got another set- began in 1977 when SF Pass, Inc., 5,000 cubic yards of fill on approximately sideration of a final developmentplan
dent. For more information, call back when Circuit Judge Stephen P. applied for and received PUD (Plan- five acres of Phase II for Phase II.
the Job Service Office, Monday- Mickle ruled last week that Alachua ned Unit Development) zoning for wetlands without any approval or There had been no objection to
Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 9648092. County can order removal of 5,000 approximately 110 acres of land on authorization by Alachua County Phase one of the PUD which con-
cubic feet of nil dirt illegally .the west side of a narrow neck of Commissioners. sisted of 72 one-acre singlefamilylots
Brooker Council... dumped in wetlands on Santa Fe water connecting Santa Fe Lake When the illegal fill was in the upland areas of the property
Brooker council meeting has Lake eight years ago. with Little Santa Fe. Developers discovered by Harold Hill, presidentof where several homes have
19 at In all submitted a master plan that the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers already been constructed.In .
been reset for Tuesday May a 13-page ruling dismissing
described in detail the he rallied his forces and
7:30 The meeting regularly ten counts of a suit filed against developmentof Association his
p.m. 13-page opinion, Judge
Phase I of the which In- launched series of the
project a protests to
scheduled for the second Tuesdayin Alachua County and its Board of Mickle said developers of the SF
the month failed to make a Commissioners Judge Mickle said cluded 72 one-acre single-family Alachua Commission which had Pass clearly violated Alachua Coun-
lots. But the future taken action halt the
development of no to illegal
necessitating the new the Pass developers violated county when fill
quorum ty ordinances they placed
Phase II was unspecified.The wetlands work although it violated
date. Councilmen CJ. Stalnakerand ordinances by placing fill In the in the wetlands area without a coun-
George Pierce were present wetland area north of Earleton final plan for Phase I development their zoning ordinance requiring a ty permit. He also said that plaintiffshad x Y I
special use permit to( place fill in rV
but council members Roy Carroll Beach without first obtaining a was approved by Alachua sustained no monetary loss '
A.B. Adams and Sue Davis were special use permit from the county. Commissioners in 1978, but no final wetlands.Hill backed because of the Commission's action. V
by large delegationsof
absent. kind of He cited the record that the
showing
The plan nor any approval was
court ruling closed another Lake Dwellers, appeared before
in the ever granted for Phase II, which value received or retained by SF
between
chapter prolonged contest several meetings of the Alachua
Upcoming... the Pass developers the Santa was to include a clubhouse with Commission and its Development Pass, Inc., "is more than $1,000,000,
The School Board is set to meetat Fe Lake Dwellers, and Alachua restaurant and bar, a boat storage Review Committee, asking for action with expenses of only $423,000, "including -
Brooker Commissioners. facility, a marina, two( tennis courts, the cost of land, $210,000.
Elementary at 6 p.m. County to halt and remove the illegalfill.
Thursday. May 14, in a pre-budget Plaintiffs have the right to appeal and 100 dwelling units that would be Commissioner Jim Notestein In suit the Pass developers l
information session. The time has within 30 days of the court's May S sold to individual purchasers and took the lead and announced his In- Joseph Wattleworth of Williston andMike
been upped one hour so the school ruling, but Larry Cheshire,principal then placed in a poof for rental when tention to bring the issue before the Adams, William Watson, and ,
board can get to the All-Sports Ban agent for the developers, said the not occupied by the original pur full Commission on Jan. 14, 1986. At Larry Cheshire, all of Gainesville,

'. quet.The decision was "a real shocker... we chasers.' that meeting the Commission had challenged the Commission's A Big'un... ;
Bradford School Board don't know what we're going to do Judge Mickle's ruling said, unanimously approved a recommen- authority to "suspend" consideration -
meets in regular session each third yet... we haven't had enough time to "Plaintiff, by its own admissionsand dation by Alachua County Attorney of their application for "PUD W.J. Lee was finding Sampson
Monday at 7 p.m. Next meeting is formulate a plan." according to the evidence, Boskin that removal of the wetlands Preliminary Plan" approval. Canal when he hooked this large
at 7 p.m. Monday May 18. Alligator Turtle, about three feet
The third and almost two feet wide.
Tuesday meeting of
the City Commission of Starke is Eunice Refutes Charges by Chief Jordan in Loss of Police PositionFormer Julius Eunice laid he could sell the J
set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday May 19. turtle and asked Lee to transfer the
The School Board is set to meetat Lawtey police officer -- late to work doctor's plaints,lodged against Eunice.Chief large turtle to his truck. Lee said
was following
April 25, when Lt. Tillotson left the he'd picked the turtle up once, and
Hampton Elementary at 6 p.m. Julius Eunice whose job was information on his telephone appointments, and that Chief Jordanwas Jordan told Eunice not to( worry that was enough, and Invited Euniceto
Thursday. May 21, inapre-budget that he (Jordan) didn't believe the
abolished by the city council April recorder.At notified on each occasion. make the tranfer. Eunice asked,
information session. That meeting 21, has refuted charges leveled by the regular May 4 council Eunice says Chief Jordan insisted he complaints anyway, said Eunice. "How am I going to to that?"
has also been upped one hour so the Chief of Police M.M. Jordan at the meeting. Chief Jordan, who had work additional time rather than Eunice describes the incident at Lee fays Its the biggest Alligator
school officials can attend another regular council meeting May 4. vouched for Eunice in getting the charge sick-leave with the time lost. the local store, to( which Chief Jor- Turtle he's ever seen. It weighed
function. According to minutes read at the council to hire him took the lead in Eunice states that he worked over- dan referred, as follows: about SO pounds, and dressed out
The School Board is set to meetat regular meeting. May 4. the Lawtey defending the council's action in time on occasion, and did not chargethe "I was dispatched to the Com- about 30 pounds.The turtle's leg wat
Starke Elementary at 7 p.m. council met Tuesday. April 21, to abolishing the position, city for the time. missary Store by the county jail, as big around as Lee's arm, he laid.
Tuesday, May 28, in a pre-budget discuss abolishing the third police Eunice out of a job. Jordan charge Eunice says he never failed to where a disturbance was going on.
information session. position held by officer Eunice. Eunice with being late in coming to come to work, as far as he knows. When I arrived, two black males anda
The Bradford Zoning Board is The called meeting was not announced work, failing to come to( work, and Just prior to getting the council to black female were leaving the Guns Room
set to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May at the prior regular poor performance, particularly in 'abolish his position Chief Jordan store parking lot. Two( white males ,
26, in the Starke city hall. meeting nor was the press notified reference to an incident at a local told Eunice he had no complaints, were having/ a verbal disagreement ?
AThe City of Starke Zoning which may have violated the Florida store. and that he (Eunice) was doing a with the trio. A carload of whites at Camp Blanding
Board Is set to meet at 7 p.m. "Sunshine Law." Eunice say he good job. Sometime earlier, Chief drove up, and I made them stay In
Thursday May 28, in the Starke city was not notified of toe meeting and Eunice Responds... Jordan had ridden with him, and their car. See Our II- ection
hall. learned of it several days later, on Eunice says the only times he was they had discussed some com (See Eunice..p.3A)






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2A TELEGRAPH May 14, 1987
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Buster Rahn agreed with Bennett. The stumps Water commissioner Harris
BCT Staff WriterLt. will remain for now. reported the "mud hog" has been
: 1 William Tillotson asked the Strong mentioned a section of received and was used this past
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Lawtey council to hire Charles sidewalk on Lake Ave. is broken and week-end in making repairs to a

dmow., c Carter as a temporary policeman,at needs repairs. It was decided that broken water line. Water meters
t the regular council meeting, Mon- the sidewalk is property of Bradford have been received, and will be In-
c 'eI j day, May 4. County, rather than the city, but stalled in the near future.
; Carter was approved to work 40 Bennett said, "The county ten t go-
hours per week during the month of ing to do anything, we may as well "Waterman" Greg Williams has
; May, until Chief of Police M.M. Jordan fix it." Strong's motion to repair the advised the council to hire a

\ \ returns to duty June 1. Chief sidewalk carried 3-2 Class"C" Operator as his replace-
Jordan is on sick leave, ment, as he is now working days,
f HIJ recuperating from surgery. and cannot make repairs during

Chief Jordan attended the Apartment Fence... regular working hours. Williams

meeting, and supported Lt. Tillot- Mayor Robert Scott told the coun- said his assistant, Barry Watts also
son's request, with the stipulationthat cil that G and G Construction Co., works days, and cannot get off I, but
Carter work the hours set by owned by J.D. Griffis and George Harris said the city has an arrange
Tillotson, since Tillotson Is acting as Correctional In-
Grosse, have not installed a fence ment with Lawtey
IA chief in Jordan's absence. around the stitution,that allows Watts to get off
apartments, as agreed.
\cI in emergency situations.
; Grant News...
,, ti Councilwoman Laura Harris
t sug-
The council approved the requestof When asked about his progress in
r p ; r I1r.r1O \\ LT j"2 =Sfti-E'81 >'-..soar! I Ms. Dorothy Moss and Ms. Susan gested that attorney Johnny Hobbs being certified, Watts replied that he
write a "nice letter' to the firm and
Goodman, representing Fred Fox has submitted five of eight lessons,
BMS Smarties for 4th Six-Weeks... Enterprises, grant administrator,of build remind fences.them of their commitment to which must be completed prior to
a $54,000 draw in funds to pay for two Attorney Hobbs agreedto sitting for the state test. Certifica-
I Straight-A students at Bradford Middle School for StandingDanielle Smith, Jane Stanwix-IIay Emily houses, two septic tanks and power do so.Funds. tion appears to be some months
the fourth six-weeks grading period are (l-r): Bradford, Deana Holiday, Janna Thornton, Karen Coleman poles. for Watts.
Kneeling- Janice Davie, Michael McKinney, Danika Sophia Fanton, Brian Canova, Becky Phillips, Ms. Goodman told the council that Request... away
Richardson, Jason Canova, Jennifer Kight. Sharea Myers, Heather Safer, Angel Nichols. Fox Enterprises plans to install two Ms. Catherine Johnson, represen- Harris moved to advertise for a

mobile homes on one lot, with a ting the Recreation Board, re- Class "C" Operator to replace
single septic tank and dual drain quested funding in any amount, for Williams, and the motion carried.
I fields, but found it will not be cost ef- the recreation building. The building
17 ]Earn Straight-A's at BMS fective to do so. The plan is now to is partially complete, but lacks elec- Police Items...
utilize two separate lots for the two tricity and other components. It is
Lt. Tillotson the
reported city
used by the community for family
-- tanks
mobile homes, with septic for
Police have been buying Amoco gas,
gatherings funerals and
as a
Seventeen, or 2.046 percent, of and Mrs. Richard Davfe of Starke. Patrick Hurst, Latara Jackson, each. distribution point for commodities, and paying$1.22 per gallon for 93 oc-
some 830 students earned Sophia Fanton, daughter of Mr. Amy Jones, Blaine McChesney, Liza The mobile homes are to be usedin as well as for recreation. tane, while other service stations in
straight-A's at Bradford Middle and Mrs. Edward Fanton of Starke. Mosley, Christine Nazworth, Alpesh relocating residents while homesare town are selling gas for 99.9 per
School for the fourth six-weeks Patel, Kim Ross, Marla Scott, Davis being renovated. When the pro- gallon, with the octane rating beingone
ject is completed, the two mobile Mayor Scott pointed out that the
grading period which ended March Deana Holiday, daughter of Mr. homes will be city property, but the council has appropriated $1,000 per or two points lower, at 92 or 91.
4. and Mrs. George'( Holiday of Starke. Spell, Cara Starling, Lori Starling, lots will revert to their owners, who year for recreation for the past Tillotson was instructed to foregothe
Brittian Thornton, Tushina Vanzant, higher octane, and buy from the
are furnishing the lots rent-free in several years, with the amount be-
Another 93 BMS students, or 11.5 Michael McKinney, son of Mr. Monika Williams. return for the septic tanks and ing divided between the Recreation lower priced stations.
percent of the student body, earnedall and Mrs. Dewey McKinney of poles, which will remain. Board and Little League. The
A's and B's for places on the A-B Starke. Seventh Grade... Josh Bula, power Local electrical contractor, Recreation Board has been inactive, Bids were received for a factory
The honor roll includes 33 rebuilt short block for the Chevrolet
honor roll.
Angela Clemons, Misty Crawford, and
has
not received
Pioneer Electric, bid$49 higher than it's share of the
eighth graders, 34 seventh graders Phillip Crawford, Beau Ely, funds and patrol car. Orian Wells Chevroletbid
Becky Phillips, daughter of Mr. Ray's Electric of Keystone Heightsfor Little League has been
for block installed.
andf 26 sixth graders. and Mrs. Michael Phillips of Starke. installation of the power pole, but receiving up to 80 percent of the $1,975 a new ,
Jeanette Fairfield Andre Hall funds Terwille Motors bid $1,281, for a
received the contract, since grant appropriated.The sort
The straight-A students, by grade, Sixth Grade: Kevin Hamilton, Mark Harden, An- regulations permitted the council to rebuilt block, installed. Tanner's -

are: Emily Bradford, daughter of Mr. drea Hewett, Sean Jones, Eddie accept the higher bid from a local council approved Strong's mo- rebuilt Garage"Hi-performance", Lawtey, bid $1,200 short fora
Lewis, Amanda Loper, Matt Martin, firm according to Ms. Goodman.
and Mrs. Jim Bradford of Melrose. tion to have Clerk Robinson review block installed.
,
Sonja Norman, Emily Nugent, Leigh the records and draw a check to the
Eighth Grade: Jason Canova, son of Mr. and Ann Odom, Larry Parrish, Tasha Slipped-Up... Recreation Board for the amount ap- The council voted to accept the bid

Brian Canova, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley The council learned from Ms. propriated but not disbursed. submitted by Tanner's Garage, and
Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley Powell, Jennifer Richardson, Kelly Moss that Lawtey failed to apply fora added $100 for a six months, 12,000
Lake. Lake.Heather Safer, daughter of Mrs. Stewart, Brooke Watson, Aretha grant this year, and the deadlinehas Waterman, Waterman... mile warranty.lifNE .
Karen Coleman,daughter of Mrs. Gina Safer of Starke. Whitfield, Brenda Williams, now passed for filing.
Linda Williams of Starke. Janna Thornton, daughter of Mr. Richard Wolf, Kevin Woodard. No explanation was given for the
Jennifer Kight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thornton of oversight. Ms. Moss said Baldwin,
and Mrs. John Kight of Starke. Kingsley Lake. located few miles north of Lawtey,
Sharea Myers, daughter of Mr. has received seven grants.
and Mrs. Billy Sanford of Starke. Sixth Grade... Cynthia Agin, 1? iJ
Angela Baldree, Tim Barber, Shena Stumps to Remain...

Deborah Nichols, daughter of Mr. A-B Honor Roll... Burgess, Keri Crafton, Tara Dixon, Streets commissioner Buster Ben- !
and Mrs. Buddy Ruis of Starke. Jennifer Glisson, Tara Graudons, nett said Joe Green had proposed to -
Danika Richardson, daughter of The 93 students on the A-B honor Amie Griffis, Holly Hatcher, Jeff remove some or all of the 65-70 oak 'T Let WARREN'SHeating
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richardson of roll for the fourth six-weeks are, by Johns, Bernard Johnson, Amy King, stumps along the streets for $30-$35 .
Starke. grade: Byron Lee, Stephen McLeod, Marie each, providing the city would first & Air Conditioningservice
McKinney, Charnelle McPherson, cut them off. Bennett said the city
Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. Eighth Grade... Ashley Alday, Shawna Mansfield, Lori Mosley, had removed many stumps in years prepare you for hot, humid Florida
and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Kristie Ball, Christina Bath, Stephen Murphy, Keri Norman, past with city equipment, after the Summers!
Michael Becker, Kelly Brown, James Parado Sherrie Patterson,
Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter of stumps had rotted for "a year or
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of Michelle Brown, Dawyna Burns, Robin Register, John Ripplinger, two.'r We service all makes of
Oaks.Seventh Diane.Cox, Mayra Cniv; .Kim-Cum- James Smith, Vera Smith, Caryn Councilman Willis Strong favored ..
Hampton\ : ., '. .. ,ming,.Rosa Coins,"Brad Hamilton:es: Taylor, )Melanie Trimble, Calvin contracting the stump removal air conditioners and heaters
t... Grade... Debbie Hankerson, Letesia Hanker Walker, Jason Welty, Juantaria .since repairs to city equipment have
son, Shannon Hicks;"fayy"TIC ", "Williams; Julie Williams- Matt I been extensive, but upon reflection, 964-7230 Days -,,,1! 9644799. Evenings
Janice Davie, daughter of Mr. Wendy Houlker, Jason Howard, Williams. I

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Commission THE HISTORICAL PRESENCE of
County SNAPPER '8' Broker14522 *FOR THE GOLFER Country Club,
( 1885 home will
; .. .. over I1/' acres, 3/2. All brick, Impress you.
Approves Agreement -:----- "I' '. ..,._.. Guest cottage and lovely lot with homing -
Between Library and [1 : sunken living room, fireplace, ceilIng for your motor home. Call for your
'QU1L to floor windows extras.Price .
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CollegeA !J'ft.if! ij '! :i,: ;: tUiitJiifi; \ rHtifi' ii; 1! I, : REDUCED DRASTICALLY.many Was private showing. $66,000.
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SPRInG / >. "''.i'j: : \i: .n .IiJI'lif'.r\' $84,900 Now $79,900. *
proposed agreement under 'f' '" 1'i": \' I I HIGH DRYIng.lev lake Village, 3
which the Bradford County Public [- rD."ltI.l. ;! o"g' i s .,\",, .t i .'t, 4 ttfr, .',. BR, 2 BA doublewide, over 1,600 sq. ft.
would ser ; :S31 '' :.''. :' ; ,' ,;:, ; : .t:. ..., CHSA, above ground pool, on a large lot
Library provide library \\&i '. ,.: ,' ; .;' 4.:$ REDUCED $1.000 FOR QUICK SALE
and of fSTAAKE, il. I I .'..\.). '. "' ", ", I .. ..'' I '.1 beautifully landscaped. Immaculate.
vices to the students faculty :j( (.Wet. ." >, : !a. 'I''.I'In_; RAIFORD AREA Brick 3/2 on over 1
'' "
the Starke Center of the Santa Fe '. ', ,.. (Jte.:'" ".." ,'.,, : ;" :> :" ,. 'r6 \. acre. This Immaculate home has over
Community College was approvedby SRUIHGS d,,, { (); I. !Pp I'.k.O' !",' :" :. '. :. ,,!"""1Ii1 1,800 ft., CHSA, range, ref rig., *CONVENIENT FOR FSP a UCI 51 j
the Bradford County Board of r p..Mo, I\r"" 'I>:_ lte., .,. .; 't 33ii. :',""; ""U2$ Dishwasher, above ground pool. Too EMPLOYEES. 1,670 sq. ft. home on
'
County Commissioners at their May C'3 1.. ,j Q< If ) : :' '. ''. ', I ,, ,, !I many extras to mention. Only $69,000. acres. CH/A. Nice barn.

4 meeting.The would ,.e {" '. \.2!.", !YO. "''lIine..lc"'... .....f.OtfIrtfo *2 BR, 1'/i BA MH On 1.6 acres
proposed agreement
mutually benefit SFCC in Starke and !!": ,, : : e.r".n '[" ..!':!!I,, o '"' 1J..- u.I'' !", story*HISTORIC 3/2 BEAUTY CH/A,IN craft.man.hlpunavailable LAKE BUTLER 2 last range refrig., air conditioned, won't I

the public Library. ,.... .. .... ... -. .. ." '..'.. ._ .. ,. today. Must be seen. long at 16000.
Under the agreement SFCC will 10 ACRES with doublewlde. Excellent I
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1'/. Ba,
pay the County Library $10,000 per *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked condition.
EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOME In
year for three years in return for lake large swimming pool, largelot absolutely the best location.3 BR, 2 approx. 1400 sq.ft., fenced yard,4 bear. *5 BR, 3 BATH on 2.7 acres. Stock*

services provided by the Library to on paved street with sidewalk. BA, over 1,600 sq. ft. living area ing pecan trees.$39,000. pond, Ig. wood deck S many extra's. Only
students and staff at the Starke Brick home with over 2,200 sq. ft. 3 double garage, CH/A, 120' x 300' *YOU PICK THE CARPET Brand new 2 71900. '
Center. These funds are intended to BR, 2 BA, large entertaining area. Jut cy! water & sewer. $70,500. story, 3 BR, 2 BA on Water. *
help offset increased costs to the Many:: other amenities. i *7 ACRES with home S barn on 225 COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from j
Library, including increased near FSP. Has many potentials. 6500. Some with owner financing.
demands upon Library staff and DEER RUN Immaculate living In this JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobile home, 11 ACRES : On SR 16 S Morgan Rd. I
facilities.In 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad, security lights, 3 BR, 1 BA, on 1.4 acres. Seller motivated.
addition, SFCC will provide the stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only *3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP, with well *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart *A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 BA, Central I IHSA
Lake w/3 BR MH, CHSA. Close to In-
Library with an additional grant of $15.500. A septic. Owner will consider financing. terlachen. $30,000. on major highway. Plenty of j
$3,000 the first year of the agreementto In basement. Inovatlve financ
EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR, over 1300 sq. ft. FT. Spanking new storage
2400 SQ. .
be applied towards needed LAWN TRACTOR SALE! ing. Priced to sell 265000.
Library hardware expenses such as Close to new Wlnn Dixie shopping. Only warehouse! 3 Large overhead roll-up *WALDO Convenient for everything:

bookshelves, study areas, etc. lAY IIIHIIE SAVE [28000. doors. Priced to S'JI- 2/1 priced to sell. Starke*LEASE 4 BR W/OPTION, 2Vi BA. 2 story CB In]

The agreement stipulates that the I INVESTORS S/D. Paved
*ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, Plnesong
Library open an additional evening 11 H.P.41" DECK J172- '517" I full occupancy call for details. read through property. Owner fin. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
each week. Upon final confirmationof We Have Lake Lots*
the agreement,the library will ex- 12'V'!* H.P. 33" DECKHIS" '399" I

tend its hours of operation to include
--
Thursday evenings later this sum- 1334 H.P. 41" DECK WJ" 460" :.II

mer, according to Librarian Arnold 1& H.P. 41" DECK '2Bi:" fA77n
Weeks.

1& H.P. 41" DECK 'IIIT '582"

GEORGEROBERTS
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Hold Annual DriveThe
INSURANCEComplete
friends of the Bradford Coun-
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ty Library are holding
annual membership drive this Insurance Service YOUR/ independent
month. WORTH RIDING ON!

All donations collected help sup- Insurance f AGENT

port the public library. h a snap wfUs i v YOU slwsr
Friends memberships are R.A PHONE QUOTES t f.
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categories: Student, $3; Individual, WELCOME
$5; Family, $10; Sponsor, $25 division of Fuqua Industries

Patron, $50; Benefactor, $100-up. JOIN THE MILLIONS GEORGE ROBERTS SCOTT ROBERTS
Join the many Bradford Countianswho OF SATISFIED SNAPPER USERS. AGENT AGENT.; AUTO HEALTH I,LIFE I
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:Starke Running Dry
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Engineer Tells CouncilStarke ;


U fast running out of water pumping capacity of 1.2 million
and new well as yet unlocated, will gallons of water per day. Althoughthe
have to be drilled engineer Don city is pumping the maximum
Ruckman has told city commissioners. amount of water each day, heavier
demands are in the offing,with sprIng -
The council authorized Ruckmanto and summer months ahead.
make a $17OOS survey to determine
where growth Is going to be in
the next few years and where the Ruckman said the city is expan-
new well will need to be located. ding away from the wp.lls. creating

.. .. 'VI' ,. Ruckman engineer with Bessent additional problems of hydraulic
Hammack and Ruckman Inc. pressures and likened the problemto
1987 8' Award Recipients... (BQ&R). told city commisisonen a person trying to get a drink of

Bradford High seniors nominated to receive the first"B"awards since In rear- Barbara Green, Phillip Moore Deena Cox, Ron Brown Brad "there is good news and bad news," water from a garden hose 500 feet
1017: at the regular May 5 meeting of the long.The interior of the pipes create
are (l-r): Green Billy Harrell, Pat Diggs, Michael Davie Stacey Shuford.
.
Front row- Pam Willingham, Sherrl Harrell, Audrey Pierce, Tammy Not present for photo: Chuck Coburn. .. .. council."First friction,decreasing pressures.Someof
the good Starke is the fire
Lynn, Stephanie Sams, Carrie Foster, Lisa Blalock news. hydrants produce only 750
growing. It has grown more in the gallons of water per minute at 19 psi
past eight years than Ll the prior 15 where they should be producing
years. Now the bad news. The city twice the amount 1,500 gallons per
I Eunice j It Is outgrowing its infrastructure/ minute.
Replies said utilities.Ruckman. referring to Starke

The blacks stated that they had not Store I questioned the two white the request. Ruckman has handled engineering Ruckman said the problems are
(from page IA) been injured and did not wish to file males and determined that neitherof "I feel that I handled the disturbance problems for the city for more compounded with some six inch
"I advised the blacks to go across any charges. At the request of the them were hurt.They did not wishto in a proper and professionalmanner. than 27 years, since 1960 first as an lines tied together with four inch
I the railroad tracks, and I would store clerk, I advised one of the file charges. -_.. employee of Reynolds Smith and pipe. Councilman Charles Schaefer
follow. I questioned the three, and males to stay away from the store. "Two deputies had been dispatched He has been the third policeman in, Hills and now with Bessent, Ham- said some four inch lines are connected -
ran county checks on the two males. "Returning! to the Commissary ,and were enroute,but I cancelled Lawtey for about six months. mack, and Ruckman, with two inch pipe.

Water System.., The well located at the power
I Hampton Ruckman told councilmen that a plant is in violation of DER regula-
(from Page IA) recent survey revealed the city tions, although it has been there 20
would reach maximum water hookups years or more said Ruckman.
Unsafe Buildings... presenting a jug of yellow colored pledged by the delegation.In ment will be furnished. that can be accomodated with Ruckman proposed that his firm,
water are seeking city water service Hired A.W. Shealey to replace present resources wiLh 72 additional BH&R be retained to make a surveyof
The Council adopted, in final since their well water is now other action the council: Kenneth Brown as maintenanceman customers. There have been 500 ad- the city's water needs and a
reading, an Unsafe Building Or- contaminated. Recent tests have Promised to again fill in the bad in the water department. __ ditional connections in the past eight prediction where new growth will
dinance The ordinance includes a shown a high bacteria count as wellas pothole at the turnout to the Post Office Brown is retiring for health yean and the rate 1s excalating. locate in the next few years. The
provision for treating unkept and unsightly chemical contaminants. this time with concrete. after 8-10 service in Ruckman said the last water Improvement survey will cost. approximately
premises as a safety hazard. Mayor Elwood Padgett informedthe Limerock has been used in the past reasons the years He work program was in 1964 17000. '
Building Inspector Hank LoU will delegation that a block grant applied but is short lived. when same the position.installed began the water more than 20 years ago and the city
city
notify the owner of offending property for last year to extend city Curtis said. has enjoyed an excess of water untilnow. The council agreed to the proposal
who will then be required to correct water lines was denied. The Agreed for the Fire Dept.to spon- system .While other communities have .
the violation before legal action residents feel funds may be sor another community Jamboree Shealey said he has lived in Hampton had to ration water curtail usage Ruckman said that water and
is taken. available through the Health June 6 at 8p.m. Rained out recentlyat for about a year and a half this Starke has gone through droughts sewer are inseparable and the city
Department and requested the the City Park the first jamboreewas time indicating he had lived there without problems. should always furnish both utilities
Bad Water... Council to pursue that avenue. Full a break-even affair.A before. He is a native of Tallapoosa The city has three wells with a or neither.
Residents of Hampton Villas cooperation with the Council was chicken supper and entertain- Ga.



Garbagefrom .. .- Terwi l lager Motors Your # 1
( page IA) be issued the county must come up issued is a"n estimate for closing the
Suwannee River Water Manage with a storm water retention plan, a landfill plus 20 years of care to see
ment District and must be approvedby storm water management plan anda that no contamination occurs
that agency before it goes back to surface water retention plan. It O'Neal said.Commissioner. Truck Sales Dealer
the Department of Environmental will require an engineer and cost Riddick estimatedit
Regulation (DER). some$2,500 he said. could be several months before a -KQBDi
O'Neal said before the permit will Also required! before a permit I is., permit is issued. in Fla. & Ga.


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etDJTOKiALSThe ;P Roaming Cattle and Hogs Were ProblemIn




:1 Days of 'Open Range' In Florida


trains from "killing or injury of said
Blow nifaf walled NeTenceLaw "
was pawed in Che FWBrr.Warren.- livestock.

...-..... a. ad
u INJJ eaoSe. cs penalties againstthe
Another act regarding
Defense of
'Ignorance'Is dLer IiwsIIedt.I st tarps featragwbna railroads killing livestock in this man

er they -I asptYmg I. wL Atone ner provided that ...in all cases in which
time DIe Sbde Qty c-ti adoilygmoedtieeeti
; livestock heretofore injured or killed by
in.1haIGck.
railway engines,cars,or trains within this
Not ConvincingOh -.1 dIe cry arts-batddd ass wart
State, and suit has been or shall hereafterbe
brought within three years after such

TecepewvAtterrtbtan.theCaiBxil.inAUCU killing or injurl ...when proven to the
what a tangled web we weave vaa." adopted lie fgOown r- satisfaction of the Jury on the trial,or such
clmaBce "dIe.allarp" suit shall be prima facie evidence of
to deceive.In .
When
first we practice hap,&aabi....n.wwsf..thecwpor5te"It negligence on the part of such railroad

Imuts"Slade: company; provided that nothing in this act
lee die shall be constructed as to authorize or
diaS !be a.taafai irwser or.wads so
his testimony before a joint House The covert policies used to carry out 1 sty hcg or bagsn gnat or gam.be. permit the revival of any such suit In

and Senate Investigating Committee this doctrine have resulted in entanglements ass or ...ae 1.alto De same M which a final judgment has been

Monday, former National Security Ad- that have destroyed the roam r fifra7..large wshm tie carponte heretofore rendered."

visor Robert McFarlane said President credibility of this administration at limits of sad tow,., between the. loots d "The balance of proceeds of sale, after .
7=-.......5&.II- such as are provided,
home and weakened alliances paying expenses
our Bradford
Reagan was personally involved in ob- In one unusual case tried in
abroad.In .It IIad be die duly 01 die aaarsiafl Maptare shall be paid to the owner of such stock or
taining large contributions from a animal sold. County, several livestock owners were
and is a suwlafe pIKe'Wdt ;
I to trial for killing some of their
foreign nation to help keep the Contras carrying out his "doctrine" in ... sesmal timed brought
aUIIII. .any swdY so "The foregoing ordinance shall go into scrawniest cattle and then placing them on
together "body and soul" during a secrecy Mr. Reagan- matter how 11UIII IIC....,-c..saJda..rs.: sad effect on and after August 10, 1881. the railroad tracks and entering claims

period when Congress had banned U.S. well-intentioned he may have been-has be shall advertise ne some far IS days by ... that they had been killed by the trains.

aid, "direct or indirect", to the demonstrated how little he thought of written or paled i Mar.. "'...xe.| 'I'BC"-U iafeSSgemtftrdfOTrtargllir 1887 OrdinanceAt The pros and cons of the so-called "No-

Nicaraguan insurgents.If the law when it becomes an obstacle to f bog*and Ite brands*canlle.parted atdIree the same time,the Council passed an Fence law" had been debated for years.

as has been reported, President his attempted overthrow of another pub1Ie; glees wsiw .said...... ordinance making it unlawful for any person Although it was called "No-Fence"livestock, it ac

Reagan is concerned about "his place in government. This was clearly shown -At the espiratans.f sod IS days. the "to deposit or throw into the streets of erect tually fences meant in that order owners to keep of their animals must

history, he should be even more con- when he allowed the illegal placementof marcbal shall...*..lie legal sale hours.ttU .. said town any melon or melon rinds, confined and not allow them to roam at
cerned about his effectiveness as headof mines in the harbor of the targeted DIY sock .(imnrilliil. amoral or decayed or partially decayed peaches or large in search of food. The "No-Fence"
vegetables or of kind, or
the U.S. Government during the last nation, and pulled the U.s. out of the animals to the honest! aJ bidder for comb of sam andimmediately feeuhent or fetid garbage matter or any trash." any applied to private property owners who

20 months of his flawed administration. World Court rather than accept its judgment real procenflE could take down fences around their
sale to the torn UOMBCT, taking mwreoayt Railroads Mast Fence homes and businesses, and no longer haveto
that our undeclared war was il-
Even the erudite Wall Street Journal, dre la the same 1887 issue The Telegraph erect fences to keep out btruding cows

a staunch defender of Mr. Reagan, had legal. 1 anrsial.sham teaDowedlS. cats published a legal notice concerning "An and hogs.Although the law was bitterly opposed -

the following comments his in Although the Constitution guarantees each per day S.hogs andga.sZg, ants act requiring railroads and other corporations by livestock owners,it was hailed by
on place
certain these cannot each per day for con.aod 11 cents each and persons operating and running the general public, mainly because it increased
history in a recent editorial: freedoms con- per day for m.awes. or ndes,for the railroads m this State to fence all railroad highway safety by keeping cows,

"In our view, that judgment (of veivably"freedom"be stretched to give a Presi- feeding, fcnrpang and care of same nghts-of-way in order to prevent their horses, and hogs off the roads.
dent from public opinion."freedom"
history) will essentially turn on his ,
from by the
exposure press
of the institution he
stewardship and "freedom" from laws passed by
represents: Will he leave the presidency Congress. Neither does it award

stronger or weaker than when he "freedom" from the constraints that AIDS Discussed Tri-County Health Director I

took office? The answer to this question our Founding Fathers wrote into the

hangs in the balance as the Iran-Contra Constitution m order to the

hearings begin... If he now follows the system of checks and balances preserve that is "AIDS has been cbaraclerned as the problem. A lesser Illness, AIDS Related AIDS. Again, the only way to prevent sex
course of least resistance, as he shows plague.f die 2KB Onnry." Dr. JeffreyButm. Complex (ARC) may: account for 200,000 ually acquired AIDS infection is not to
of his tenure downas vital to the proper functioning of our Conor. Berth Director of Brad cases in the U.S.and it is estimated that as have a relationship with infected persons.
doing
signs may go Government.No ford. Very'" ,aod Caw CmmMi said Imo many as two million people including When infection status is unknown, one
one of further decline for the week m a prepared statement.As 30O.OOO m Florida may be infected with the should especially avoid sexual contact
presidency." one knows what disconcerting of December. !&.Dare tea OJKO" rans bat ihow no signs of AIDS or ARC. with high risk individuals such as
prises are still in store as the Congressional .., homosexual and bisexual and in-
people line bona J J das AIDS return AIDS is characterized by a severedepression men
Speaking of failed administrations of hearings continue into summer. m die US," Dr. **** stated "01 of the immune system or the inability travenous drug users.

the past, the Journal said: But as one political commentator this total dace..taMperee have already of the body to fight off infections Sexual contact with promiscuous individuals

"Mr. Reagan promised something reminds us, the record of covert opera- died.tactmOmt M percent*f Owe(Bag --- and cancers. As a result, AIDS patients should also be avoided. A permanent
ell Ibd'-e 5. Cases IIIne been develop rare infections in their lungs, monogamous relationship offers no
different. He pledged a strong United tions down through history "is full of reported m aB yt state,bat. most have occurred .. pneumonias), other unusual infections, new risk if both partners are free of infec

States, led by a president who disasters and fiascoes abroad, and the m New Yet. CaII__. Florida.; and rare forms of cancer. Most patientsdie tion.The
understood the fundamental difference bad habits of illegality, deception and and New Jersey.Florida ranks Bard m the within two years of diagnosis.No use of all illegal drugs should be
between liberal democracies and dishonesty at home." a. l.a-.**Dr.Rim said. evidence exists that AIDS can be avoided. If the practice of intravenous
The beaUk director's statement our transmitted by the ordinary contact people drug abuse is continued, injection equip-
totalitarian regimes... Then came the
We can only hope that President tm.s: would have in schools, restaurants, or the ment should never be re-used or shared
unraveling. After several years of Reagan will finally realize the futility of AIDS (AcojMred Imnmtt DeficiencySyndrome : woB place. with other persons.The .

pledging never to yield to terrorists, he his defense of 'ignorance' and adopt a ) n canard by the Human If you do not abuse intravenous drugs public, especially young adults and
shipped arms to hated Iran, in part as of l..._mm-- t i-vrf Vns HJV). It B with contaminated needles, if you do not teenagers, need to know that sexual promiscuity
ransom for hostages." The damage to policy openness that might, if not too transmitted by mtmaOr. sexual contact.prodBCts. engage in homosexual activity or are sexually carries not only the risk of unwanted -
late, restore some semblance of eslly a-c male lsnosesh. ; by promiscuous,and if you are not born pregnancy and veneral diseases
the presidency (because of the disparity credibility to his administration. e-t.--- ...... : blood, or of an infected mother, you simply are not but disease that may be incurable and
between action and rhetoric) "has been needles- especially now. wed by fe going to get AIDS.Recent testing of blood fatal.Trying an intravenous drug just once
immense", the editorial said. "If we traversws drag aa.-n..and at bath by m-- and blood products has greatly reducedthe may infect you with AIDS. Sexual contact,
cannot trust Ronald Reagan to stand for toned arothexs in Gar_...ra risk of AIDS from this source. just once, with an infected person can do
No endeaee cxatt dial One doeaoe isspread An individual who has engaged in the activities the same.
what he the has been ask-
says, public by carnal caDtacf,tftrongVi Blue ao\ described above can have his or Attending school, swimming, or eating
ing, how can wt trust any public man- in food*,by ancects_by any artier means her blood tested to determine If he or she or working with those who have been
any President? Mr. Reagan will only CLesshlearned : than these deurbed store. There is no may have been infected with the HIV or diagnosed with AIDS puts you at no real
further undermine the presidency if he knows are at die IftIInIII a-.sad there AIDS Y lUII. This may be important as risk of acquiring this disease.On the other
compounds his error by reacting the s w waadre to JIftftIIII die dRase. such individuals: might need to take special hand, Ignorance of the real risk factors
to these Sid7prraIIt .1 catiS: senor inlaunos precautions to protect others from this in- and precautions can indeed put you at risk
wrong way hearings. sal or beaaa1 mar seveafees fection. More information on this can be of infection.

The editorial continued: "...the Presi- From Starke gems ieerawwea 6wg--n; and obtained from the local health depart- Education and a realistic perspective to
dent seems likely to adopt the 'ig eigblpenoedM" orhesenalotravepss ment. the problem is presently the best hope of
norance' defense. It will not wash. No dniC IIIaS.The.----g are With no vaccine and no cure presently bringing this serious disease under con
6dmvwmnl aufactr. tine seceni4oaotammsAod what do to trol. A vaccine for
available can society protect high risk groups and
one believes Marlin Fitzwater (the administration (EdIIGriaI from '
TIwGa'-SJ 60c.d or 1iIDOId prirdaets and itself from further spread of this very drugs to control or cure AIDS are generally I.
spokesman) when he The deal struck recently between Santa Fe children bas Cram faded mra6evs. serious disease?We can educate ourselvesand felt to be at least several years in the
claims that the President didn't know Community College and Bradford County's F-wsi AIDS are ."riy part of the our children about facts concerning future.

about public and private efforts to keep library is an example good cooperation bet-

the Contras going after Congress ween different public agencies.

suspended funding... It is one thing to

believe the President didn't know of the SFCC's Starke campus, the old, renovated County Notebook 'by I I1'bis
diversion of profits from the arms sales, brick courthouse that sits beside U.S. 301 is Agent's Bradford
but quite another to believe Ronald too small to house a library for the students CoumtyAgeat
studying there and still serve as college
Reagan was the only one in the country
classrooms and But the students
offices.
Pest Problemthan garden but 1 usually suggest cultivation.The .
who didn't know his administration is die fame of year when I get The
was
needed library services, so college officials numerous calls.. pdesersab.mt primary purpose of cultivation is to
problems
donations for the at the of normal detrimental.Extendedwet
encouraging began looking possibility a working and en tier vegetables. One can
Contras." arrangement with Bradford County's library. of die m.t pests 4prehka is win on periods encourage plant diseases. So control weeds. Weeds are easy to control
water early enough in the afternoon so that when they are small. Shallow cultivationand
.
.
Gas
tomatoes Unfanoicatery. problem
the plants will dry out several hours before hoeing is advised in order to reduce
To SFCC's the library, which is easel be cmreded afta'it..attacked
surprise nightfall or late enough in the
Sadly, Mr. Reagan seems determinedto across the street from the old courthouse die tonal oboe and I bate. to tefl the that the plants have had time to morning dry before so damage to the crop root system. No one
stick with his ignorance' defense in contains a good supply of qualify reference gardener that times nattaig. be can da irrigated. chemical weed killer (herbicide) can be

spite of the fact that his former National materials. The college proposed a deal for afiected plants.: I also get calls on herbicides for therLetters suggested for a growing garden.
Security Council director Robert recently approved by county officials,to keep The best way la prevent wfll .1IDsiIaD
the library open two nights a week instead of and bactenali is I. enra IIt
McFarlane testified Monday that he the current one and serve all the Starke cam- varieties and/or Iasrgase the snl before

had informed the President, in writing, pus students. The library also will build individual tranrfJjBiiiitnf ffrTTalhflmrmTfjifBiayfT
of money being contributed to the Con- study areas or carrels.In drwd*p IIIe**'**. to the Editor I

tras by foreign countries during a Other imam pnililems are IIIedS,
.
anddveases. ie early and fate bfignts. -
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period when such funding efforts were return, the library gets 110.000 a year for leaf spots and aaddrw Leaf spots and

forbidden by Congress, whether "director three years, plus an additional$ ,OOO to build blights ca8 be eoBtraOed wnn a regular
the carrels,and SFCC will stock it with some
indirect' ZiDeb.JIaada.
spray i rana Mnng .
pra Reader
Unhappy BEA
more books and reference materials, owned pg Expresses
When asked if fired director of NSC by the school but still usable by library lo.edsatahewwrsas( .hifworms.atibd With Overcrowding Appreciation to

Poindexter or Lt. Col. Oliver North had patrons. >..;..a.. ....... and ostwems And Shorter Hours County's Teachers

somehow gotten the idea that the Presi- can be eontnCed nn a general pose Editor T.f.*raph.I :
dent approved such diversion, Mr. Bradford County already has approved the insecticide appbed at T-day Cervafe.The tare in Bradford County by choice. Our Editor, telegraph:
said deal and it awaits approval by the SFCC: spray err daub si-W cowls either income tat earned here,and we feel that,as
Reagan "I wouldn't see howno, board of trustees, which should be a foregone )ililliinn ar D','smq cab. Sew- Apply much as possible,it should be spent local- The BEA wishes to publicly express our
no. We don't know the extent of their conclusion by the time the board meets later the incedXBde after ran or werheao *- appreciation to the teachers of Bradford
knowledge of that and why there was this month.In npn-. ftrMy County Schools during Teacher Appreciation -
s the reduction
problem of store Week (May 11-13).
other baehde pin irrigation.
extra or whether erudtires
money they even par- hours and the crowded conditions of our

ticipated" in that in any way or agreed to time, the cooperation between SFCC and In to nugjlMig Oaarmtffir the wet Laden the sod it once is adyjsable a- only supermarket.. Teachers are often expected to assume

it. the Bradford library will other week, antes so bcarat: rain faBs. rather When Winn Dixie became the only store, many roles that are outside the immediate
realm of teacher-student Interaction.
The cornerstone of PresidentReagan's benefits. The library in tfaaa to app i er..1i spraAaags. they expanded their hours, which we felt
Along with the additional duties created by
stature as it serves what is bound to be a cr-iaI' ga+des Wafl VfH MW 1 inch Of was consideration to the shoppers. Now,
flawed state and social mandate it is assumed
foreign policy, ever growing student population and SFCC gets water perM sfc aad wtonAeptert* are many months later there is still no other ,
since he took office, has been an ever- the services of a good library without havingthe large as __ as 2 ides May be re- We were told when that teachers- will also accomplish the

increasing reliance on covert opera- expense now of renovating other space or qu -ed..1'2ace'" __..,. supermarketthe hours were cut that the academic goals of education. In spite ot
tions. His "doctrine" was based on the building new space far its own library. to detcpbed. me how arch '.bemap- decision came from Jacksonville.We this sometimes overwhelming task, our

premise that the means justify the ends here who experience the conditions teachers are able to use their knowledge,
Water snonld.. be appfied at a rate character and wisdom to prepare our
and that the U.S. mentioned, are told by someone that does
should try to overturn The solution to SFCC's problem in btarke faster dan*can be absorbed by the selL not have to here-when children for the future.
shop we can shop,
any "left-wing" governments he does also demonstrates how agencies can work U the.....lsr appIiIs ton-.II suer it with no consideration given.
not like. Wheels were set in motion to together to best serve each others' needs as only nrm.ff sod s being wasted. We would also like to extend a special
finance and direct an undeclared well as the public. It's a lesson that shouldn't Avoid tstrvnes in walesLiIre- When there were two supermarkets thanks to the many parents and others of
war
on be lost on officials in surrounding areas. waaaiIIp -a ;;..... and .... ere there was plenty shoppers for both the community who support us and the
Nicaragua, using the Contra insurgentsas dI '..... rut syaeP seesotvw W- stores and no crowded conditions
a tool all the while them children of the Bradford County School
extolling
as
winch De east uae
rigaiten kerpa Are these conditions to continue indefinitely -
System. It Is that cooperative effort that
"the moral equal of our Founding with waferin asw hrnswl lathe a problem for
makes a good school system. With the con-
Roots weed fiw and too here Bra
Fathers. ptawfa air in Mhers in ? and all
tinued support, interest concern of
much water tills_Pad7.....J JTn not
..... Where can we find another store to come segments
01 our community, we can say
now.water tt ate*imftttatL- Darfne Me? Who to looking out for the citizens? that Bradford County Schools will be the

:j = = dry periods. it may be ecaary la watt Why should revenue go to surrounding finest in the State of Florida.
: eountie when it could do so much for us?
during the heat,the day.Water win cool
t 1 rm83 1 1M erapreRIIt d+wtiaga lbwe.er. If Tin farced to do so,I'll join the exodusad Bradford ,President
f when.Iti-e satersp we mot p'rssbl J .. s elMwbenr.. Education Assn.

water w6e.eer esve.ieat.Late aftIr- Thanks far letting me air my feelings.
, moo or ewrly aewesg watering wtIIidI Cyndee Lawrence
Cervantes began writing ""Don Quixote"white he wa. ht btf.. keeps tie_....__lager -Doris Sandberg.Starke Bradford Teacher of the Year









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WedIn May' .... 1987 TELEGRAPH Page A

Garden Ceremony TheN

Angela Lynn Dyson, daughter of .
Mrs. Erlene Dyson of Waldo and

Stephen It Dyson of Springfield (focial
Mo., and the late Marilyn Wright
Dyson, was married to David
Gregory Clay, son of Mrs Beatrice
Benson of Starke, in a garden '
a L1'
ceremony p.m.The held Saturday. May 9 at 4 ,1 -, ( ide of the news

couple exchanged their vows
under a canopy of beautiful oak E t r Weddings Club News Social Events
trees at the home of Mrs. Erlene
Dyson in Waldo. Beautiful plants Receptions Church News Births

grown by the mother of the groom
accented the garden setting. The

ceremony was performed by Rev Family Ties Lecture
Nathon Boles of Waldo First Baptist
Church. A beautiful rendition of Set for May 19

"The Lord's Prayer" was performed Trisha A. Biggers, Ph.D., will
on piano by Wendy Dyson. return to Starke at the Southside
Matron of Honor was Mrs. Erika _. Elementary Cafeteria from 7-9
--- p.m.
Smith, sister of the bride. Best Man on Tuesday, May 19, to present the
was Junior Lee, uncle of the groom. r\ji\i\ mini iiiniiii 1 .-. subject Punishment vs Discipline-
The bridal gown was a Gunne Sax Cradle to Graduation.

princess-length skirt trimmed with The Sumners To Cefe&rerfe Their 25f h Alt parents and adults are
Venice lace, accented by a tucked welcome to attend. Refreshments
bodice with puffy bow-kissed sleeves will be served at the break. The
and embroidered lace and a beaded Clyde and Lorene Simmer wdlJ ttae A Docesjrtfln will be held:afterward! public is encouraged to attend this
pearl collar. She carried a basket of celebrating their 23th wedding ;aim IIItthrl'lmnllt'off: John:&Joyce Sutton free and informative lecture.
silk flowers of spring colors.A niversary wIth a o-enewaJ J .atf titan- SH7CK:' etonjpj-Street No invitations. On January 20, Dr. Biggers
reception including a buffet wedding vows onMBj'36itUr3lt3\? :: >an. quill Be- !aentt: amt: alL friends and: presented a lecture on Family Ties -
table followed (the ceremony Wicker at Smyrna Baptist CiUJrctJ.a11Pr.a.1t&: DKUtttwes! anr invited: t attend! this. Family Anger. The presentation was
baskets filled with Shasta daisies ac- Myrtle Streets in Stavfce.Sp JrIHmt1JaIjH04C3BIorr.: very helpful to the 75 people in atten-
cented the reception area. The dance. A survey taken following the
bride's table was covered with lace ,, meeting indicated that the informa-
and an arrangement of silk flowers ecial Arrivals "' tion was presented in an interesting
with a wedding book from the TrueLove fashion and everyone took valuable v t#
Collection. The crystal punchbowl hints away on improving family J
was decorated with silk spring relations. _
Kenneth.1L'ThUl'ltiIlDRalph :
flowers. This program is sponsored by the
Following a wedding trip to the and Alice ThmTnton off Bradford County Parent Education .
seashore, the couple now resides in Starke proudly.announce ithnbnttfaraa': Committee.
Starke. The groom is employed by a Bon, Kenneth Andrew 'DDYI'bP.J! !.ai
Triest Construction of Keystone Gainesville, and :weighing 9[lis. m Margaret Smith and
Heights oz. He joins brother.Allan.03 ymns
old and Ikenme-6yems.iWfl. .tWI.: Brian Johns To Wed

Lorine Maternal grandmother is 1Ib s.! Saturday May 16 ___ n .. .. .
Sanders grandparents are Bev omdWh-E.W The wedding of Margaret Smith of
J. Thornton also of:Stanke Lawtey and Brian Johns of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clyatt
will be held at the Church of Jesus I

Jake Taylor Pm-jOt day Christ, May of Latter 16 at 7:30 Day: p.m.Saints on Satur- The Kenneth Clyatts/ to Celebrate 50th

Jimmy and Lisa FreitHtt abite
All friends and relatives are in-
announce the tooth of their: nJl:: Me vited attend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth of
to A reception at the Clyatt The reception is to be hosted by
-J Taylor Prevatt, born may 3 onGainesville. Starke Woman's Club will follow the Lake Butler will celebrate their 50th their children and grandchildren.
.Jake weigtied3Jl; &.Knz.
ceremony. Wedding Aniversary with a recep- All friends and relatives are invitedto
Maternal grandparents ;acre 3Qr MLrr1.LeeSdrongcww.ngtars; tion to be held on Sunday, May 17, attend.
and Mrs. Freeman :Regrat&.IIr.: elf Betsy Bloodgood from 3 to 5 P.M. at the Worthington
St. Augustine and John 3117ttit itU aid
Mark Mitchell Springs Community Center in Worthington
Jacksonville lOatemaJ gntesti- Vl'edW'ng+ + Pfans S.t.Tths Springs.
grandmother js :Helen iCranfill otff Engagement ToldMr.
Starke. StUxie! Bell Strong:of LawteyanmnincEs. Bayless Baptist Plans
Paternal grandparents any 30r .engagement and ap- and Mrs. Richard Bloodgoodof 17
Homecoming May
and Mrs..T.T.PrevattJr.ei1SLmE.Greatgrandparents : !!. gmjtMtlin) marriage of her Keystone Heights announce the
are 3Br and: Mrs.J.T Prevatt.Sr.-nfljiWtTO-amtl ILiiweyu tit 9FC Raymond Brew- Ann to Mark C. Mitchell of Starke, Meeting Next TuesdayThe will be having Homecoming Ser-
Mr and :Mrs. W 21. .l\.gner elf unpum,Jlr. off Sarasota,.. SOrt of Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman vices this Sunday, May 17.
Gina Reuse Lane Kingsley Lake. amtJOThs ymomtBrewingtonvSr.., Register, Jr., of Starke and John W. monthly meeting of the Brad The day will begin with Sunday Bi-
ail'tf rnv Mitchell of Jacksonville.The ford County NAACP chapter will be ble Study at 9:45: a.m. followed by
lane-Waldrop bride is of held Tuesday, May 19 in the annex of
T3TtBUrrtiHltHt Engagement Told Meals on Wheels BmdfturtItrmJn SrlIOtl Board Keystone High School and the Greater Allen Chapel Church at 7:30: There will be dinner on the grounds
SfflC BrewuigtoRi is employed! by University of Florida. The groom is p.m.All immediately following the morning
Ted and Judy Lane of Starke an- interested citizens and
Celebrate Three Yems ffUmtdtb: rSottunaL Guard as a Retenttuitidunsetiiir a graduate of Bradford High School services.
nounce the engagement and ap- and the University of Florida. Both members are asked to attend. The Everyone i- r ordially invited to at-
for Meal Whmlte!
their Volunteers .on
proaching marriage of 'Ehf wedding planned for June are employed in New York City. "Membership Drive" is on. tend the services of the day.
Jon treated to :Brunch ftpHi 27 on
:
daughter, Gina Renae, to were
Alaska, Fellowship Bali .act tttos fftost :=.,nt.<_an!-Fpam atSt John:BaptistcliurtathimlL.wteyl The wedding is planned for June 6,
Waldrop of Anchorage son
at t p.m. at the Grace United .
of Mrs. Hose Waldrop of New Methodist Church.
Methodist Church at Carrera and
dill ffcremls. and:! relatives are inwttvtlttiiattendLTherewillbeiio
Frank Suwannae (Ewer -
Jersey. Camp, : Cordova Streets in St. Augustine. All ..
local:
The garden wedding is being plan- Economic Council, Director lihircttte: tnwttatiun sent friends and family are invited I tv9 Solve Your
outFse :
I ned for June 21 and will.,bt' held at Starke Branch was:the3speidie ltur:
the bride's parents home.,-1525 )E. the Brunch. Has agency serves Cttetiomebound : Jacobs-Miller Gift for the
Call Street in Starke. ; >" -of :tins area who ane +emma fteurrioim ScheduledTHafSinnlirteumoir Engagement Told .
!Ms.; Lane graduated 1iom''Bra'a'' 'i" economically deprived t'y Hitlwanag GraduatePuzzle
ford High School and Angela State meals and providing a :rmfBI stee: *&. for John Clin- Mr and Mrs. Clifton Jacobs of .
University in Texas. She is presentlya no cost to the recipients,wrtiiDhwtUl thin fffeeemiiiE! and: Margaret: Cosby Jacksonville Beach announce the
2nd Lt. in the U.S. Air Force, sta- reach residents Meals on WhaetejOE ffttUuntFteeman will be held Sunday, engagement of their daughter, r
tioned at Tinker Air Force Base in unable to reach. 3QtwW ao! theSaifnrd Community Angela Leah to James Patterson G at
Oklahoma.Mr. Since April 1.914NIeaBiun'1t'lli1Hl5> cAaitoa lIIIRa1fiJr Waldrop graduated from has been contmously :serving shin- 1 EoeiTjnne-15'to.gather at 10 AM. Miller of Jacksonville.The S Leila'sy
Penn State and is presently a Cap- ins in the Starke area. IDurmg Hie: imfiaiaaveTBtt dish,luncheon will be wedding will take place June 6
tain in the U. S. Air Force, stationedat three years, 33 people, tnmgmg mage sane Elmendorf Air Force Base. from f our lo 95.years,!:tauedsei ObBtesK nnr the occasion isMay Church of the Beaches. Bradford Squarer

friends and relatives are invited served.At gwiiy Dnbtt> Ail: fnends and Jimmy is the grandson of Mr. and ,.. 1 Shopping Canter Starke
I All the present 1mel2: ;people;mor osUUtweFareinvited:to attend Mrs. George Miller of Starke. l Jr' .. ,
to attend. 964-5031
I being served a luncheon:meal mun- ,..;-.:;
! day through Friday -wttb nraeute ,, Congratulations Class of '87 -q-
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.. I 'L Here are a few gift Ideas...

i I McWilliamsCrawfordEngagement prepared The-volunteer at Bradford list durmg HoRpitztl.tthegjaffl: t ... 'i' Just For You at ::' < perfect for your graduate

1 three years :bas :been madeoipad44N .
I Told people from the .aromnuintty wiith -It Jo Ann's'A ,"'; Cross Pens Panty

donations from several .ctumri: !fi. Shop /:J UmbrellasClocks Camisoles
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn S. McWilliams number -in" "' ... Specialty
The largest O'IICgHmIb;
j of Lawtey announce the engagement served at one time 1IS.zopeqp1e.Hospital ); c4* (;;) Petti-Slips
i and upcoming marriage of their I .i'i Hours!30-5:30 MS04 W.Call Street
representatwe-Gnm m- _
:
! daughter, Marlene McWilliams, to !K30-4CW1 Sat. ((904) 964-1547 ;, OPtN Cologne Teddys
: nett attended theBrum.'b: whuhiwrasprepared .
' Charles A. Crawford, son of Mrs. by
    Pace of Aledo, Texas, and (i "Write-On Bears"Many
    Jeannette
    r Mon.-Sat.
    i and Norma Thompson. .
    Tee-Shirts & Starke
    !i the late Charles A. Crawford Sr. (Keystone )
    I The wedding will be held June 19, [ other fine gifts for the Graduate!

    , 1987 in Reynolds Chapel in Camp ".We Your Patronage"
    Blanding. No local invitations are iU Appreciate
    being sent. All friends and relativesare

    invited to attend. Senior Citizens Group;
    The bride-elect is a graduate of
    Botanical Gardens
    , Bradford High School and Santa Fe Visits
    Community College. She is A group of 34 -seniors drum ttte WARREN'SPlumbing
    employed as office manager for Bradford Senior-Center enjn3edan;
    I First Coast Cinema Supply in St. outing May 6 to Kanapanu: BrmrmrHl & Elec. Services
    Augustine. The groom-elect attended Gardens in Gainesville. rKmumH-ha
    Sam Houston High School in Botanical Gardens as A iffi jurnc fil can help with those badly
    Texas and is self-employed as a public facility established *y the
    carpenter. Florida Botanical :Society Jt aura- ; needed Home Improvement

    profit organization.The !
    Projects
    _
    following gardens ant ,
    Elaine Gray and established along tIDe:: erne

    Greg Jackson To WedMr. pathways: butterfly, winery, IheKb,
    sunken, bamboo :spring 1DDMmii, CALL TODAY
    and Mrs. Delano Thomas of hummingbird, rock and "--1116-.
    Kingsley Lake and Mr. Douglas each one unique in its own way. ..J
    Gray of Macclenny wish to announcethe Enroute name the group stnpgittfl:
    approaching marriage of their for lunch and shopping act &.:3tuai. 964-7230 Days 964-4799 Evenings

    daughter, Elaine Patricia Gray, to By their comments Thomas Gregory Jackson. The wed- home.. beautiful, lovely :sUmnmg.
    I ding will be an event of Saturday. It seems as though verjrone that:I.!A aaa&mm Shown:Noritake's ROTHSCHILD, Imperial Baroque Formal China

    , May 23 at 2:30: p.m. at the Officers' wonderful adventure. HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY WORKS FOR YOU-
    Club jn Camp Blandmg. More one-day excursions air on
    Elaine is a I"1" graduate of Brad- the process -of being ;platn ed Fur Meats Over the years we've found our Bridal Registry Service to be
    ford High and w currently employedat more information, !please: call &TJ's one of the most appreciated of all! the services that we offer to
    Atkinsons Pharmacy of Orange Beverly on Monday or Weds esda3ait *
    our customers. It makes It easy for you to select the perfect
    Park. of Brad- 9G4-4545. '$ 9 Cacnredi of TJTs Laundromat -Waldo wedding or shower gift because you know it's exactly what the
    Greg is a 1983 graduate U.S. Sal Inside Store
    ant bride is looking for.
    ford High and is employed at O prospective

    Jackson's Building Supply. Greg of is Waldo Spring Special Special SpecialS The engaged couple register their preferences In china, crystal,
    the son of W. T. Jackson, Jr., flatware and giftware.We record this and update the list as gifts
    Starke and Mrs. Wanda Clifford of Fair Festival .
    Its Cube Sreak are purchased, to avoid duplications.Visit .
    Lake Butler. ::
    All friends and relatives are cor- Sponsored By 3 I Its Park ChansSlbx us the next time you're shopping for wedding or shower

    dially Invited to attend. Waldo Police Dept I bow: Chickervas $3495 gifts.We'll help you select the gift the bride really wants.We'll
    I Ian Isms !Beef Patties gift-wrap it.We'll ship it. And the service is free!

    TH1 BRADFORD 21 he*. Ground Beef .
    28 & 29
    COUNTY TatBMMnihlishecl May May more order Couples currently in our registry:
    IA- off Bacon wor
    1 every, "iLursday! 6 :po Tn. to ID:pjm Free

    at 135: W. Call Street May 30 & May 31 2A Qualrtetr99/ T-Bones $ 389ceders Tina Bowen and Guy Wayne Parrisb Melissa Winkler and Steve Stringer

    SUrke.! Florida l << 32091 2 P.TTUto 1D p.tn. S Ib. box i ca.o -> Carole Hardin and Alan Montgomery tatorla Herring and Darryl Halle

    Second Class postage paid tStarke Our Daily Specials Compare! Morgar.t Smith and Brian Johns Belly Bloodgood and Mark Mitchell
    r
    FloridaSubscription fOR BOOTH .rNFDRM, XOtl: Bridget Skeen and Robert Underhill Rochelle Herman and Terry Carver
    $ *. 9 8 468-2164
    Rates: CIIP'IM MCIL am pm
    CONTACT: Chtef CO. t.r

    In-traac<< $7.00 area)\ ;six i$12.00 imntbvOutride per year. 46S-1513 Leila's Dress & Gift Shop

    I .
    area: $13 P" pear. B o.m.4 jj.-m. C3C Monday-Saturday 9:30 am 5:30 pm
    Monday thou irriday
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    a+tttt/lttatttitaiattttitiaatat tiiit.** Church News *....+..



    STARKE ELEM di Jones,Dipti!Patel,Kelli Williams, Glenn, Dena Radford, Toby Searcy, years of age will be tested for vision, First Father James O'Neal, a former
    SCHOOL Kim Pharis, Chris Kinney Vaness Elisa Sierra-Aviles, ,Samantha hearing, speech and language Christian Church parishioner. Attending also were
    NEWS Norman, Chris Cox, Vicki DeSue, Truman, Kim Wilson and Stacy development, motor skills and con Homecoming Set Mrs Mary Humphries, Mr. and Mrs.
    PTA T. Sell Snowconea Jabreana Jackson, Crystal Melvin, Young. Grade 6: Donald Dick, cepts, The First Christian Church of Francis Meng,and Miss Lenore Wel-
    The Starke Elementary PTA will Stacy Eaton. Audrey Ford, Tahra Francis, Memorial Day Holiday Starke will observe ly a student at Florida State University -
    sell Grade I-Emily Hartley, West Danielle Hersey, Beth Kennan, Kel- homecoming on .
    snow cones for$25 on the following -
    Milner Drew ly Lee Monday, May 25 is a scheduled Sunday, May 31. Services will begin
    FridaysMay 15, 22, and 29. Wainwright, Lindsay Angel McCourt, Lucinda with DCCIV ConventionThe
    holiday at the school Sunday School at 9:45 a.m and
    Woodfin, Rhiannon Bott, Amy Jane Morris, Diana Searcy and Crystal
    Mrs. Patterson's Class Helvin, Bobbi Jo Pike, Michelle Wilson. Grade 7: Donna Dunlap, morning worship at 10:45 a.m. 57th Annual Convention of the
    On Thursday, April 30,:the fourth O'Steen, Crystal Scheyder, Naklsha Dana Hall, Jennifer Lester, William rata.Club There will be special music and a St. Augustine Diocesan Council of
    special message at these services.A Catholic Women was held May3-5 at
    Williams Rasheeta Chandler Price
    Randy Rhoden and Fletcher
    grade went to the Florida Times
    nursery for children to 4 of the Sheraton Hotel in Jacksonville.
    up years
    James Hankerson
    Angela Hilliard, Rodgers. Most Improved Cer
    Union in Jacksonville. Joy Batteh News will be
    age provided. At 12:30 p.m.a Liturgies were concelebrated on
    Sarika Patel, Amanda Welch, Shan- tificates went to Morgan Esty and
    led us on an interesting and Informative
    covered dish
    dinner
    will be served in Monday and Tuesday by Bishop
    non Wood, Erin Hamilton, Shaun David Feezell'
    tour. We would like to thank
    the church fellowship hall. John Snyder, Diocesan Moderators
    Burgin. Perfect' Attendance Certificates'
    the following parents for going withus. : Everyone is cordially invited to and Jake God-
    parish priests. Mayor
    Grade 3-Angela Griffis Melissa K--Nikki Baker Jason
    Barr Bradford
    From Mrs. Patterson's Class: Hasp. Auxiliary take
    in all of these andactivIties. bold address.
    part services gave a welcoming
    McLeod,Christy Paulk, Craig Starling Christina Crawford, Krista Fuqua,
    Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Harper Installation Dinner Set Business included
    sessions reportsof
    Mrs. Bennett Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Jamie Gotts, Yemeako Foun- Maryia Haefeker, Kenya Hendrieth,
    and Diocesan activities
    Gilpin. Mr. and Mrs. Stansell and n, Kesha Wilkes, Heather Chastity Jones, Jessica Lester, The Installation Dinner of the Tent Gospel Services Deanery election of officers.
    Williams,Lakeisha L. Austin,TonyaL. Rickey Martin, Joseph Rowe, Erik Bradford including
    Mrs. Sutton. From Mrs. Hospital Auxiliary is set Held
    in at the
    McCleUaml's Class: Mrs. Luther Bates, Temika Berry, Renee Scoggms, Don Smith, Ester Smith for 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 1 at Being Lawtey Special speakers were guests
    Mrs. Cason Mrs. Johns Mrs. Clemons. and Melody Youngblood. G-l:. Clay the Woman's Club, with Mrs. Wilma A series of gospel services began meetings. the entire convention
    Roberts, and Mrs. Morris. From Grade 4-Christy Jones, Cassan- Archey, Ted Curtis, David Green, Jean Terry presiding.All Sunday, May 10 In a tent on County from Attending St. Edward's were Betty
    dra Jarvin, Erin Rodges, Alena Matthew Mullis, Troy Patterson, Auxilians attend Road 200 A South
    Mrs.Kitties'Class: Mrs. Covington, are urged to of Lawtey.across Dazinski,Delegate, Antoinette Coss,
    Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Cason, Linda Dixon, Carey Sluchak, Amanda Rowland, and Danny Wig- this festive dinner meeting, wearing from the saw mill. Josephine Gumber, Mary Hum
    Davis, Mrs. Bnnson, Mrs. Hamiltonand Malena Roberts, Guinnevere gins. G-2: Shannon Aguinaldo, Hope their complete auxiliary uniform of The services will be continued phries and Dolores Meng. Father
    Mrs.Harding.We Adams, Robbie Bassett, Julie Archey,Alicia Baker,Jaclyn Crews, smock or jumper, with white skirt each Wednesday Friday and Sun- Joseph Finlay, Pastor, attended the
    are working hard to developour Walker. Louann Hill, Bradd Jones and Shaun and/or slacks and white shoes. day at 8 p.m. All are invited to at- closing banquet held at the Gulf Life
    writing skills. Everyday from Grade 5-Hetal Patel Michael Muse. G-3: Charles Crawford,Jenny Tim Rearick, BH Administrator tend the services which are being Tower.
    11:30 to 12 noon is our writing time. Rodriguez, Wendy Thornton, Quincy Johnson, Melissa Kyle, Stacey will install the 1987-88 officers andawards conducted by Ray Hoffman and Tom
    The best story is chosen each day. Graham, Jeffery Evans, Crystal McGregor and Charlotte Smith.G-4: for volunteer service during Nussbaum.
    On Friday these stories are given to Greer, Smita Patel, Jim Spears, Ricky Adams, Tim Crews, C.K. Fuqua the past year will be presented.It .
    Mr. McLeod who chooses a weekly Estella Denton, Alyson Dugdale, ,Dale Grover,Carrie Jones,Jen- is very important that Auxilians Missionary Joe JenkinsTo Soul's Outreach MissionTo
    winner.The winner receives a prize. Amy Parrish, Jennifer Shadd.Hampton nifer Jones' Renee LaBuen, Denver make reservations for the Installa-
    The weekly winners so far have been OOOa4 Oehl, Mark Smith, Paula Rhoden tion dinner before Friday, May 22 by Be At Bradford Baptist Have Gospel Sing

    Pergjna Tyson and Donald Hardy Hilites and Cory Wright. G-5: Jose Aviles, calling Mrs. Sophie Kimutis, Come hear Missionary Joe There will be a gospel sing at
    Mrs. Tetstone's Class: Chris Brown Shawna Buckallew, 964- 835. Jenkins relate his experiences as a Soul's Outreach Mission in Hampton
    We would like to again thank Lt. By Dolores Meng Adam Crawford, Morgan Esty, missionary for 30 years in India and at 7:30 Saturday :May 16.
    Winston Barber of the Florida Phone 4B8-19IS Jason Flanagan, Jason Glenn,Andy now in Surinam, South America. The Gospel Sounds of Raiford will
    Highway Patrol for speaking to our Hall,Freda Mitchell,Jason Padgett, W.T. Weeks UDC There will be a slide presentation as be the featured singers.Refreshments .
    class on May 8 as part of our career Hampton ElementaryHonor Dena Radford, Toby Searcy, Elisa Plans May PicnicThe Brother Jenkins tells of God's workin will be served after'
    unit. We enjoyed hearing him speak Roll StudentsOn Sierra-Aviles, Samantha Truman, this civil-war-torn country. the sing. Pastor Roy Morgan cor-
    about his duties as a patrolman and Stanley Varnum and Stacy Young W. T. Weeks Chapter of the Brother Jenkins will be at Brad- dially invites who loves
    the interesting experiences he has April 30, Principal Mary Ann G-6: Sandra Aviles,Tina Buckallew, UDC will hold their May meeting ford Baptist Church on Sunday evenIng gospel music to everyone come on out and enjoy -
    had.Thanks to Steven for having his Kyle presented certificates to Angelina Crews, Billy Kyle, Lucinda with a picnic at the home of Mrs. May 17 at 6 p.m. Bradford Bap- The church is located 3 blocks
    father visit our class. students for Honor Roll and Perfect Morris, Diana Searcy and Alicia Franklyn Weisgerber in Keystone tist is located on CR 100A at the south of the Hampton City Hall
    Another big thanks to Mrs. Sondra Attendance achievement during the Woods. G-7: Mark Crawford, Denise Heights on Saturday,. May 16 at 12 railroad tracks just off Highway 100
    Copeland from Melrose for speakingto fifth six weeks grading period.All Jones, Lisa Jones, William Price, o'clock noon. to Keystone Heights.
    us on Apr. 29. Mrs. Copeland A Certificates: 1st grade: David Roberts and Della Scott. All members are urged to come Larry Easton to SpeakAt
    delivers mail in Melrose. Thanks to Peter Aguinaldo, Clay Archey, Successful Barbecue and bring a covered dish. Gospel Sing Life & Praise Min.
    Robert Broome, Ted Curtis, Hannah
    Sharon Morris for having her grand-
    mother visit us. We enjoyed seeing Ford, Vicki Hutto, John McMillan, Chairman Principal Louis Alary Ann Kyle wish and At Pine Hill Methodist Larry Easton Jr will be speak
    the different types of packaging and Matthew Mullis, Susan Parmenter, Marney to 16 ing at Life & Praise Ministries
    Saturday May
    thank all who made the Eastern Star ,
    May 1st SupperSet
    and Amanda Rowland.2nd .
    learned that she cares a lot about the Paul Phillips beginning Sunday morning.. May 17
    people on her route. Grade: Shannon Aguinaldo, chicken barbecue dinner so suc for May 16 There will be a gospel sing at the and continuing through May 19. Ser-
    On May 7 we took our library Hope Archey, Alicia Baker, Jaclyn cessful. Mr. Hank Kyle and Mr.Paul Pine Hill Congregational Methodist vice times are Sunday, 10:30: a.m.
    cards to the public library. Children Crews, Jennifer Glenn, Alex Kir- Sullivan were chief cooks and every Starke Chapter 224 Order of the Church this Saturday night May 16 and 7pm. Monday 7:30: p.m. and
    cards checked out books and chaine and Jason McCu Hough. 3rd available dinner was sold to Eastern Star will have a covered at 7:30 p.m.Brother Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
    owning those taking applications checkedout Grade: Tori Hersey, Angela Meng satisfied consumers. Desserts sold dish supper on Saturday, May 16 at 7 Neal Starling and family Life & Praise !Ministries is located
    books also. Thanks to Mr. Ernie and Charlotte Smith. 4th Grade: by sixth graders were also enjoyed. p.m. in the Masonic Hall. from Macclenny will be featured P-2 miles south on :301.0044a4.
    On May 22.23 the sixth graders plana All Masons and their families are local
    Weeks for telling the children about Jennifer Darley. 5th Grade: Keir along with singers
    their summer programs.We Ford and Billie Jo Mullis 6th Grade: campout at Camp Crystal. invited to attend. Refreshments will be served and
    enjoyed our trip to the Pizza Billy Kyle and Natisha Mullis. 7th Spring ConcertOn Pastor J. Parramore welcomes

    Hut and thank manager Joe Grade: Mark Crawford.AB Thursday, May 14, Mrs. Carole everyone. Tedder KeceitesArmy
    McGhghy for allowing us to come. Certificates: Grade 1: Amber Stevenson will present her music AARP Monthly MeetingSet Sgt.
    Students having dinner recentlywith Bickers, Lucian Bradley, Randy students in a country western con- for St. Edwards News CommendationStaff
    21
    Mrs. Tetstone were April AT- Brooks, Alicia Crosley, David cert at the school beginning at 7:30 May Sgt. Kathleen 0 Tedder
    royave and Michelle Hodges. These Green, Brandy Hall, Trenton Jones, p.m. Relatives and friends are invited The Bradford Chapter of the Attend Red MassOn daughter of James and Grace
    girls are among the 17 that have Robert Harendt, Clinton Morgan, to enjoy the evening. AARP will hold its monthly meeting April 27, the 12th An- Faulkner of Starke has been
    earned enough tokens for proper Troy Patterson, Richard Tyler,Kim Early Releast Day on Thursday,May 21 at the Bradford nual Monday the Holy Spirit for the decoratged with Die third award of
    school behavior to go home with Thornton and Danny Wiggins. 2nd Senior Center (behind the new cour- Pensacola-Tallahassee Diocese was the Army Commi'relation, Medal in
    their teacher.All Grade: Stacey Floyd, ChristopherGibbs Wednesday, May 20, children will thouse). held at the CoCathedral of St. Belgium.The .
    A's for 5th Six Weeks: Amanda Glenn, Lisa Me- leave school at 1 p.m. Sandwiches will be served at 12:30: Thomas More in Tallahassee. This is Army Commendation Medalis
    Kingergarten: Jeremiah Clellan, Shaun Muse and Randee School Board Visitation and the business meeting will beginat a special Mass which was attendedby awarded to those individuals who
    Hamilton James Smith, Trey Ross, Varnum. Grade 3: Charles Members of the Bradford County 1 p.m. The program will be Governor Bob Martinez and other demonstrate outstanding achievement -
    Michael Porchiazzo, Casey Moore, Crawford, Jenny Johnson, Melissa School Board will visit at 7 p.m. for presented by Ms. Shirley Gaither, legislators. The Bishops of Florida or meritorious service in the
    Nicholas: Mixson, Ryal Faulkner, Kyle and April Scoggms Grade 4: C observation and suggestions. Public Assistance Supervisor for joined parish priests all wearing red performance of their duties onbehalf
    Emily Wheeler, Carrie Thompson, K. Fuqua, Jennifer Jones, Mark Food Stamps of Bradford and Union vestments to invoke the guidance of of the Army.
    Kimberly Padgett, Renae Morgan, Smith, Hershel Waldron and Cory Pre-School Screening counties. We wish to urge all the Holy Spirit in law-making af Tedder is an installation chaplain
    Heather Jarvis Keisha Hampton, Wright. Grade 5: Jose Aviles, Eric Special personnel will be on hand members and other interested persons fairs. supervisor with the Supreme headquarters -
    Adrienna Padgett, Travis Crew,, Donnerstag,. Jason Glenn, Dena May 22 for kindergarten registrationand to attend. Among those attending this Mass Allied Powers Europe,Sup-
    Rhoshaunda Hines, Andy Brown, Radford, Toby Searcy, Elisa Sierra- pre-school screening, from 9 For more information please call were Father James Cregan, a port Group She is a 1973 graduate of
    Sekenma: Bell Matt Pusateri, Bran- Aviles, Eric Donnerstae Jason a.m. until noon. Children from 2-5 Beverly or Sue at 9644545. former St. Edward's Pastor and Bradford High School

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    JEWELL L LANES' F*. 1Z 9Zl Sift/.. fLY .tJ1.6"I.I 'O WIT 31 5S 22 W 132 OF LOTS 71* S COLLFY RO <.'.,,' MCKENZIE BRENDA STARKE FL 32091

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    L LEGAL SEE TAXRIULI
    354.19 1.199 *Cjfvcis TYLER DAVID C RUTH -00900 SUB CONERLY ESTATES

    01511 -001 99 jn*; EST RT, 180X 121LAWTEV 09068-000-0 (191. 3
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    IAOD L LEGAL SEE TAXR1LLI8H13
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    RT 2 rtOX 1570
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    rev Fl 12959\ 31 SS 22 LOTS 5*,59 EX WRIGHT MARVIN H t MARY HIT CPNT W 16.13 N 132T.39 ALLEN OELORIS
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    919519999' 29 9S 22 COMi AT S I BOX 112
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    003111-9094 $11.91 "1* SCI/4 OfS "/. P''IK* M EXl.7f.ACIN NW COR OF LorA LAWTEY FL 32058! APT 96 I

    AC ORB0216P0125 MULE Of."RA" S JIMJ4T9. f3 POJ 5031WISE' IN WOODLAWN EX PAR 03 6S 22 CON AT NE COROF > FT LAUDERDALE FL ,))12
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    PO 11011< 191LAUTEY HVT9 Sl.. WIT TO IADO L NE1/4 OF NEI/S
    P 0 BOX 271LAWTEV 00151-000-7 (39.62 SID
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    OOZT2-OQO-8 (11.81 $174.41 1122 PINE STSTA SS 22 CON AT SE CO* IINOERWOOO RESTAURANT LOT OF RICHFIELOS FARMS STARKE FL 32091
    KItKLANO CHARLES C 8AR3AR 031rr-oI-o ON S S/D.ELY 587.N *12.25W IT 6S 22 LOTS 32 & 33 OF
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    RT 1 BOX 2)2 t J N -clleU 32091 LINE 254 N1T0.04* S8AP 172 !30X *60 .' IADO L LEGAL SEE 7AXROLLI PLEASANT GROVE SID UNCO

    CAIRO GA 31728It S9MMETT .. 75 5>S 2? S"./* OF NWI/4 4329.81 TO 6 R/W SR-1 STARKE FL 32091 "y. AS nesc IN OR 235-192 sOR

    5S 22 COM AT SE COR NEW MfTAIO CT 091 3F SCI/4 f* */W. O.SC 3R IAOD L LEGAL SEE TAX.OLLI 01 6S 22 CON AT SW CO 02097- -00101 u -nlo!
    OF LOT 28 FOR POS.N 00152-000-3 I,02.09
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    SEE TAXR9LLI 79316140'11206.60 ANNIE BELL GAINESVILLE FL 32S05
    IAOO L LEGAL JRI3WI SEE TAXR9LLISU1
    RUN S AI.OM SIZE 201 Fr !*.n Cl RT 2 BOX 1210 L LEGAL 10 6S 22 REG AT INT fLY 111 ESTFLLE ST Ii

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    OOZ725-000- (54.77 .)9 434 11 'SS 22 COM AT NW COR 019&SOOIOO RICHFIELD FARMS E 110 NE IT 6S 22 LOT 35 OF

    17.16 AC -09199, TKT Fl /7949 LOT 54 S 36.25 TO POBC3NT 00)460-000-1 (22*.*5 PAR, TO 301 300' W 110 PLEASANT StOVE UNRECO SID ,

    KKKLANO CHARLES W C BARS 001I9Z99 (27." 24 *S 2? SCI/4 3F NWI/4 S 127. S&JPf 1.00 AC OR8I)252P90 IAOD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI AS OESC OR253-271 i

    PO BOX 2T MACK .IYRTtEi OF Sfl49I4 l t.9.* N 2)4.75' W YOUNG ALBERT! F JR SU4 HOLLY CIRCLE I

    CLIMAX GA 3173 em 121 'ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI RT 2 SOX 511 02109- -00100 32< M- -oo*oo ;
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    RO OESC IN OR 9-*. 4& L.llrE" E OF .R -. 59511 .r..IE J ( TYLER DAVID C RUTH E 309.55 TO WLY R/W SR290 tJAMES E OEVANEY JR STARKE FL 32091 (

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    FL 32358I : P 0 VIC 121LAHTEY 2* 9S 22 fl/2 Of ME 1/4 ,579.18 TO NLV R'" S* STARKE FL 32091 OUTI0020Z
    12094Z 0* 6S 22 COM AT SW CO! (28.75 :
    FL )8-000-S
    A90 ICGAL SEE TAXR1LLI -O0103 00A
    5S 22 BEG AT SE CO* IF sei/4 OF ei/4 < I 02113-
    5S Z2 CON AT $F C3 3F SE1/E T3 ELY RIll COSR (29.82 COHENS WILLIE LEE
    00179-000-5
    WI/2 LT *8 S 38 W
    "F tile *2 E L.IIIJfW C 071 '*irirF -00700 918720 *00 RO, N 1788.96 TO'ORN *.90 AC ORB0226P0609MCCARLEY 1208 OFLL ST
    29.85 TO E RW C1 GR RO
    TO N 109 FT FOP ft*. M *., "041601-000-9 ..J.12 (0036300008342.01 205.07,E 525'SIAOO JIMMY L t LINOA STARKE FL 32091
    SLY
    N ON E RW 112.15
    lAnD L LEGAL SEE TAXR1LLI FT. N '.21. i .ae Fr. S NllEA f4 .".14416) HAMILTON IRIE J L LEGAL SEE TAXR3l.ll 760 SE 33RO PL 15 6S '2 CON AT SE COR

    IA99 L LEGAL SFE TAM9U.I a *o* 14 RT 1 BOX 175LAWTCr ALACHUA FL 32615 OF NE 208.75 TO POB

    01320 00309 1TC* Fl 3295 FL 3205* 1978- -00200 11 6S 22 COM AT SE COP CONT .75 N 208.75

    002900-000-2 (86.71 31592- O9999 2* 9* 22 ca> !aw 4 sec 19 55 ZZ LOT 4 IMPECTSVILlf 93880-000-1H' T9.2) OF Wl/2 OF SEl/ OF SWIN /* E 208. 5. S 208.75 TO

    12.05 AC IJR80235P0549 0012210.0a MZ.3. LIJJ OF sec 2* wree If BEING 110 S3 4.00 AC 869.71 TO P38 CONT N IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLII

    'A.II AC Rf COLEMAN NANCY CRf S RW CO GR RD MIAOD
    STARLING DOYLE CSSCS W SI3E OF ST > AJ8.1. TO
    DEPO IMVESTMCWTS 917200501 2 BOX T50 LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 02>78- -00600
    926 NE 20TH AVE 2" FM4 rttt. Sir ALONG RD600 L
    1189 CASIAT Art .> 30162-009-9 SI7.11 TARKE FL non 0052000(363.93
    GAINESVILLE FL 12604 I IfKl SeE TAR ailf
    JACKSONVILLE Ft. 1221Zl DAVIS PARIS C LUCILLE 0* 6S 22 1 LOT *66.T* 5QN 92142- -00000 6.6 AC

    22 9S 22 COM AT INT W 9S 22 19T *t Id Y1WIf 91.''1'.Z. RT I BOX 1294 THE SE COR OF SEl/ OF 002Z-000-Z (33.61 HUDSON IRA LIt

    LINE El/2 OF SWI/ OF 3F' tAWTET E 3F *r 0 JSC KM .... ( LA rEV FL 12058 1/4 ex .-. IN se COR CREWS JEANETTE HAT 2 SOX 1526

    SE1/4 C S RW SR 225 H 101-219 STAll J"*.er C NATHAN HIro 19 9S ZZ 8fS AT SM C3R 08.TS SO '. 180X 21* STARKE FL 32091
    102.Ol TO POS W 522.16'ADD
    SUB ors OF If L"TE MU9E3" Mt.MTET LOT 9) IN PeCTSVILLE RUN) M 11978- -00999 STARKE FL 12091 18 6S 22 CON AT SE COR
    ( L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI:
    Fl 9Z999 105, f $09'. S 109* W 003888000.21..") : 15 6S 22 2 A IN SW C9, OF SWI/ OF NEI/ W

    SU8 TOWN OF LAWItf M OF R 01601- _9'"" 2* 9S 22 TKAT FA.T OF 101 T9 IPS,. OESC ORIA90 A.OO AC OF El/2 OF SWI/ OF NEI/ 639.23 TO POll N 17.4 .,

    991Z11-099-9 0111.24 _./. OF 471/4 WHICH LIES L LEGAL Sff TAXROLLI CONNER: EARL 0 C VIOLET BEING 420 FT E t W BY 210 E 208.71. S AI'.A&*. W
    010*- -00000 4 I1fIfF :31.. e> 4 ao.
    .
    STRONG MILLIE J S. t ML Rr 1 I BOX 836 FT NCS IAOO L LEGAL SEE fAX OLLI
    ,
    002991-000-5 (2)1.72 PO BOX 12LAWTEr al9G II 3/4 ex 14/4 AID 91872OIZOZ ITARKE FL 32091

    FLITCH RALPH J C MARTHA C Ft )Z99. 1905 L LEGAL see TAXROIII9IT44 CAIN 00)610000(28.75 ELLA EST 04( 6S 22 Wl/2 OF THE 0215300009 02278- -00809

    ELIZABETH TERRY LE 21 'IS' ZZ W .i FT OF C .TFT IEI/4 OF THE SWl/4 6X W IIOA2 8-000-J T81.89 9955-090-2 26.99

    30 BURLING WAYJACKSONVILLE OF N IZ* FT OF lOT -A1>9 I C/1 CASSIC HOUSTON : o8.TS c ex e 298.79 c.; \ NEWMAN RONNIE E SR BASS JAMES t DOLORES
    r 0 BOX 11IAWTEY
    BEACH FL 322 _144>-HOTI.T.'. 979 ST
    IN OTTS Sro 4F 1441(14 '!!X 1 S 208.75 PO BOX 1205 E LARRY
    23 9$ 22 LOT 1 OF eLK tIN 11111.- J S t OF1IHII" N.P MIT > FL 1299* STARKE FL 12991 STARKE FL 32991IB

    LAMTEY W OF ,RY 114036036) 0 904. 19 SS ZZ N 40O FT OF LOT 11984-" -00000 15 6S 22 COM AT NW C3R 6S 22 PARC 298.75* SO

    0112- -00100 991Z1T-OO9-4 ..'.**! l*..TCr Fl 9299 12 INi PCETSVILte EX R/M 00"01000112'.66 OF SWI/ OF NWl/ C RUN S IN SW COR OF SWI/ OF

    003021-000-5 ((365.7 STILES ARC IE90X 24 9S 22 CEM 274FT E DFSM e* FORT e.oF co GR RO 49.00 ACWALKER Tll.l* TO S R/W OF CO SRRO N8192278/*

    GIF I../.. 5 24FTm f FOR, POB.
    REDDISH RANDALL L ET AL 47tAWTEY 004 0194Ofl DONtlE 0 C JANICE E '10.'

    POBOX 776 FLAZl .* **.**.* .IIFT e Rr 2 BOX 885' (ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLII -01Z00OOA"OOOO

    UO. Z.*... TO WMV XJ1. SI* 0170JDOO111.IJ ', ? to (113.5
    FL 32991 ITARKE FLA
    STARKE S :
    MCCUTCHCN SAMMie VEl
    21 5$ 22 BEG AT S LINE 5( 22 S 19 FT OF 9 f99 L Lf5"1l" SEE TAXKOtll9IT94 RT 1 1'10.E' JR C nO.l 92170- -0010030AZ.2000r 2.00 ACCOVING'O
    Z1T FT OF L9T I N TTSSD IIIU' ?<*.' 596.74 JOHNNY t FLIIA8
    OF 1/2 BLK I ( II R/w HWY 05 6S 2Z SEl/4 9F t
    STARKC FL 12941
    17" .f NINH THI ST
    << PORTER DAVID t 1210 N GRAND
    ZO1 N1I1.39 liLY PAR TO t
    E SU9 MMMETT JRC0 9T 45T-lW>-Z ISS'I.'. 19 SS ZZ CON AT THE 20816 SATICOY ST STARK FL 12091
    LINE ZOO SLY 111.19
    .44 AC t}*) lZI4( >l O92' INTER OF NIV BORY OF RVI CANOGA PARK CA 91106 18 AS 22 COM AT SW COlt
    ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI
    'I CS JOMV E C NCMSOMC! E''*" ) SAZOO-ff ( ELY SONY OFS14 16 6S ZZ COM AT NW COP OF SEl/ OF NE* N ON W

    .T t SOX 1241lTf HWY 191 FOR' FOB. Nil* OF SEl/4 OF NWlOF LINE TO SE CO* OF OR

    ,7 1ft. 12959 IAOO L LEGAL SEC TAXROLLI ME/ S Z5* TO SLY R'" OF 183-17 FOR PORE 208.T*

    24 9$ 22 f' 294 OF S CO GR RO e IOA2. TO P08 IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLII

    !**. OF Ml/2 OF Sill./. 3F IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LII

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    ROBERTS KATIE Iff 0079-OOO-1 B32.3O 90902-000-0 (16.96 909119-000-8 (1T.T3 309322-000-9 179.33 009739-000-8 ((162.1 *.-OOO-l *SJM.DBSTUOSTTLI.

    lilt N GRAND SrtTAftKE FRAtlER CARRIE MAAOEE ETHEL S TAYLOR ROOSEVELT ET AL 3.00 AC NILNER ROBERT C SARATH M A40K / Jl

    FL 32091 I9O9 N GRAND ST *Z6 OAVIS ST VOX 554STARKE PARKER CLARA 1101 E CALL ST 366

    19 6S 22 A PAR op LAM STARKE FL 32991 STRIKE FL 32091 FLA 1003 f ewOWNLEE ST nUKE FL :32091 4FUP 'IA :314

    i* SF con OF SMI/ OP 21 6S 22 CON AT SM COR 21 6S 22 CON AT THE NMCOR 32091 STARKE FL non 27 6S 22 CON AT NM COR 20 *S ft LDM Y1" N11 IDII!

    NFI4 It SN COM OF OF SEl/. OF NV"/* RUN N OF BLK 6J R6E 3W E 21 6S 22 LOT 22 OF BLC 3 22 6S 22 S 3A OF El/2 OF OF SWI/ OF SWI/*. S OF CALL C ..9 STS. RUIN W2i

    T.F1/ OF ItE./* BEING l.5.6. TO POB. CONT N 29 SIBM 210 TO FOB IN C GAHAGAN SID ./* OF SUlFA OF SWlEX /' 181.9 FOR FOB ELY 110. ..t FT_ M six asxpmm.

    lA'JD L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI 130.f 3 8tS 10K CONT SI8M 170 NT2MIA90 SUB TEMPLES LOT IM SC! COR 100 'N" K S 175.*** TO N R/M ST RO FOB *UN -N 14.SliF;. iMUT

    AOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI L LEGAL SEE TAXROLII S IV 90* F C M027ZB ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLIT.U1 (ADC L LEGAL SEE *W1UJU15U8

    1278200101 9260200009 PINEDALe L.AEZ H. .OTJTBST0324J

    'O '-OOO-' II10.91 02399- OOOOO 026- -00000 0051110001".99 -00000 -OODOO3061T

    WRIGHT C EMELCNE 006"9000.186.10 39928-000-6 (17.22 SREEN LUTHER NIT 005334-000-6 (99.39 92914- -00102 '- !D1)-1I .JUtoro,.S36
    FRA2IER CARRIE SANDERS RUTH ET AL 297-F MELVIN C MARY 909T9T-000-0 (5T8.96
    RT 1 BOX 9| EST 180X OAVIS ALVAREZ .1410*
    STARKF Fl 12091I t BOBBIC A JOHNSON C/0 R MCINTOSM, CARLS9AD NM 48220 1119 LAMAR ST MHITFHEAO STEVE t.9N -MYSTA 5"

    6S 22 COM AT NM COR TIO* MIISON RO 209' PALNOALE ST 22 6S 22 CON AT NE COR STARKE FLA RT 1 BOX 990 .<
    SEC S 2091.11 E 1110 TO JACKSONVILLE FL S22IO JACKSONVILLE FL 32208 OF SEI/ OF ."1/* RUN S 32091 STARKE FL 12091 *( ZZ "'0LR !S* S sr
    21 6S 22 21 6S 22 SEI/ OF B2S OF 22 6S 22 CON AT NE COR 28 6S 22 UNIT B AS ESC
    POB CONT E 210 1 210, CON 182 FT t ON E LINE 909 TO CENTER c EK 72' i* a. atMatI tROD
    210. S 210 TO POI RP FROM SE COR OF SHI/ Of ./V TEMPLES SID El SLY OF C CR RO N T2* H R0 TO OF Sl/2 OF SWI/ OF NElOF /* AS FOLLOWS! COM AT SM COO

    190 L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI922ST NWI/ ( RUN W 239 FT N 190 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI SHI/ RUN M 1.8. FOR SEC N88E 109 N1M

    IA l. E 2J9 S 182 T9 POB 9269O0990 POB M 179.9' S 3Z.90t E *.29. TO NLY BNOV OF R/W DZ4 -OOOOO

    -00200 IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI 9O930-OOO-3 19.9 02606- -00000 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI02T32 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI O0619B-OOO-H 6341.73

    90974-000-1 (Tl. l 92399- -00100. SANDERS RUTH ET AL 909133-000-2 156.90 IAN IRE CWAHLI3 I f JM

    3.20 ACCOVINGTON 0070-000-0 ..51..11JOH C/0 MCINTOSH MORRIS EVERETT C LEOLA -00000 02914- -00101 116 UROOKStMLE :DR
    CHARLES 299 PALNOALC ST 313 E MARKET RD 009338-000-0 16.98 009T98-000-6 (9T8.96
    C C R SO AlPHUNSTER T WARNER aOBI t* :31THMR
    614 BASSANOVA FL 32208 STARKE FL 32991 JACKSON FRANK III MHITEHEAO STEVE
    CRT 710 WILSON BLVD JACKSONVILLE *S zr 1 U-tTT OSI 15-2 IFIT
    JACKSONVILLE FL 32209 JAIl FLA 21 6S 22 CON AT SM COt 22 6S 22 N 279FT OF BLK 1917 HC CULLEN ST RT 1 BOX 990 N S 'Y 1109 FTE B IN _

    11 6S 22 BES AT NM COR 32210 3F SEI/ OF IK Z S OF 2SOPR2E TNATIIES W STARKE FL 3Z091Z2 STARKF FL 32091 E BV *OAV ST W WTC 51EMMBK
    I OF E OF GR RO EX THE N 1IOFT 6S 2Z CON AT NE COR 28 6S 22 UNIT C AS DESC
    SEI/ OF SMI/ S aGE I M RUN N 18 60 "*V ALTDS 16) 9*
    21 6S 22 CON AT SE COR AS FOLLOWS CON AT SU COR
    IN TEMPLFS S/O EX R/W OF Sill OF SWIOF NElOF /*
    16.5 E 1201.19 N N T2E 198 S 18 60 S IADO 4. ILEfiAL SEC SAR41Dli6
    OF
    SHI/ OF NWl/ NLV OF SEC N8ROE 109 N3M
    SWI/ RUN M 347'. S
    11.9 W 1232. TO POI AOO l LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI
    28** MIT 2T* T3 M R/M JF '*.29. TO NFL BNOY OF
    I AOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI SUB KNIGHTS SO 02611 00302 '61.*5. FOR POB S O328O- OOBB
    GRAND ST C P3B COST MI ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI
    SEE TAXROLLI02T39
    99911-000-9 119.6 ( ADO L LEGAL OO6217DOOSCANOVA, .0'4DdiA
    ADO l LEGAL SEE
    TAXROLLI CLAY LEROY SR SUB WATERS
    9228T002O2 0274 -00901 DAVID C
    994976-000-3 909-000-2 (181.89 *09 E MARKET RO -00803
    tta.rO 02369- -OOIOO BOX .9B
    COODWINE THELNA COLLIE KATHLEEN STARKE FL 32991 005394-000-6 TT.19 029190009 STARKC FLA!
    RT 2 BOX 1969STARKE 00767-000-2 t3..96BROWN 1228 N THOMPSON ST 22 6S 22 COM AT SM COR 5.00 AC "90980B-000-9H ((99.9 32091

    FL DALE E STARKE FL 12091 OF SE./* OF BLK 1 N AG 2 MOSLEV SANDRA KIT 8URCH OONNIE t CLARARENA
    32091 809 FAXON LANE 28 ..S 2Z :rOl *VT S* X3M9F :::
    1A 6S 22 CON AT UK COR STARKE FL 32391 21 65 22 LOT I I 8 OF e. ELY 100 TO POB CONTE 1 BOX 90 501 OLD LAMTEY RO .WALNUT os AOKXWS! C .*UP*

    OF Sf=l/* OF SWIM 21 6S 22 CON BLOCK 9 OF KNIGHTS SID 100.N 129. M 100. S STARKE FL 32091 STARKE FL 32091 M 2t* TT. S H ID F0!. E Ztt*
    INT OF N 28 6S 22 PARC 4 OF
    198.29* TO POB E 616.*.* _IV OF HWY S-229 C W.V OESC OH .00-.*. ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 22 6S 22 E 5-AC IF Ml/Z WATERS UNRECO SO AS DESC FT. M 110 IFT ira rot
    3F SWI/ OF SF13ZT62 /*
    REPLAT
    S 18.29 U 616.6 N SUB KNIGHTS
    R/W OF HWY 16 IN SMI/ OF DR 199-902
    I ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLIOZZ91 SV./*. RUN NHLV ON MLVIAOO 926110030 03289- -DODD1)
    0276 01909 90913-000-74 ((23.7 0291000009 OO622tDOOBOWN 633.00
    L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI
    -00000 0098-009-6 ( 5.1. ROMNSON ALPHONSO lORET -00000 005819000.50.0' TERENCE: S9L I1*

    00'.00000Il91.1.. 02369- -00200 GREEN lARA C C BETTY J *I2 OIGCS TERRACE 30939S-000-2M ( 7.39 HUNTER! ALICE 410 N WALNUT SIT

    CUMMINGS ISAAC C ZEPHAMIART 919 N THOMPSON ST STARKE FL 32991 4.00 AC 1329 M 16TH ST STA8KE IFL -2Vl!

    2 BOX nil OP476B-000-8 7.30 3I.9Z STARKE FL 32091 22 6S 22 COM AT .e COR NUGENT VERA LEE S PAUL JACKSONVILLE FL 12209 29 6S 22 11 ILtTT 845 TT.V4MCE.

    STARKE FL 32991 OALEWOOO AC 21 6S 22 LOT 9 OF OF SEl/* OF BLK 1 N 12 E RT 1 BOX 362 28 6S ZZ M 90 FT OF N !NO N BVM :L .BTNIENGER

    11 6S 22 THAT PORT OF INCP KNIGHTS REPLAT S 90* TO POB CONT S 129 STARKE FLA3Z091 109 FT OF El/2 OF NWI/ HOMES BY .WSitAIMM'6: 1DNN
    0 BOX
    f.\/2 Of M 40 OF Nf./. STARKE 970 liLY 190 NilS. ELY 109 OF SEI/ OF NElEX W 49 S W BY UALNIfT S T

    OF SWI/4 WHICH LIES SULV fl 32991 O292 00200 IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 23 6S 22 E A IF NWI/ FT SUM i. T cws SID
    Of HWY S-229 EX S 600 21 65 22 SW1/ OF Sw./, OOSOOoOOO13l.ll OF NEl/ OF SEl/. SUB BLANOING. SID
    W OF HWY 16 EX SLY 60O PHILLIPS JUANITA 02622- -00000

    0229200.00 1509 OlD LAHTEV RO 909169-030-9 (37.32 027600300 0299- -00101 03290-00000
    0236T- -00000 K32B9CMILEY
    OO' IO-OOO-I 129V.01 STARKE FL 32091 DEAN'" JOHN E 00909-000-1 (3Z.3 005.IJ000.9..7.. 006229-000-0

    LONG FRANK I YVONNE 0'1"OOO.11.60 21 6S 22 lEG AT NE COR 919 NORTH ST 1.1 AC ORB0209POZ0SCHEYOER LODGE CAMP 118t CONSTANCE 31

    RT i DOA''M10STARKE ROBERTS KATIE LEE EST OF MEI/ OF SE./* S 212. STARKE Fl 3Z991 ROSEMARY BETTY JEAN PONS 2485 NW 35TH TERRMLAMI.

    FL 32991in 111 GRAND ST M 212. N 212. E 212 TO 22 6S 22 1 LOT IN SE COR 106 E MARKET ST RT 2 BOX 199SAINESVILLE \ FL 330A2
    STARKE FL 32091 28 6s 22 va/i OTinr a :mr
    6S 22 CON AT NM CON PO* OF NEl/ OF NWIOF STARKE FL 32091 FL 32601
    21 6S 22 COM 3O FT M OF BLK 1 IN LT i (PCS: $/I):W.ffl">
    OF NE1/4 OF SNI/'. S SWI/ REINS 100 E t W BY 21 6S 22 COM AT NE COR 28 6S 22 LOT I OF BLK C
    NE CO*) OF NWIOF /
    SW1C *
    1072121I3l91
    OR
    193.19TO NELV R/M OF on9500200 ZOO N C S OF Sl/Z OF SWIOF SE1W /* IN BLANDINC SID
    RUN U 279 FT. S 319 FT.
    SR-229. S *Z.E OK *I=LVIA90 909007-000-7 (97.78 260.6Z TO POI CONT W
    -00100
    E 279 FT. N 319 FT TO FOB 02986- -ooorro
    L LEGAL SEE TAXR9LLI TYSON 6WSNOOIYN; I 0) 0262200100 ZZ9.6T S 228.93 TO N RM 00'9150001..30
    SUB OALEK03D O0623O-OOO-1 6 0.310
    119 ESTELLE ST 00'16600011'.89 ADD L LEGAL SEF TAXROLLI0276T
    CAOLE WALTER H BRIGHT 'CftMETT! JHlHARRIOELLE
    0229200200 02373-B-00200 STARKE FL 32091 COOPER ROBERTS :
    P 0 BOX 909LAMTEY '
    00611-000-7 122.63 00787-000-2 S933.97 21 6S 22 CON AT SE COR MARTHA NETTLES -00100 FL 32958:
    P D BOKLAWTEV 5
    1.60 AC ORB022POS90 CHAMBERS BILLY E C JOYCE OF Nl/2 IF WEI/ OF SEl/ BOX *T9 90910-000-6 1315.28 29 6S 22 CON AT SW COO ;FL*

    OFSUE CLARENCE E JR HATTIE MORGAN M 41.75' TO W RM OLD STAAlItFLORIDA .00 AC OF NWI/ OF SE1/4 E 32040204522LDT1DF6111

    RT 2 BOX 1503 AT 2 BOX 192 LAMTEV RO N IN M RMIAQO 32091 1CRAE OEWAYNE LAT 3.89* TO E R/W SR-109 C

    STARKE FL 32091 LAKE BUTLER FL 3209 L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 22 65 22 ALL LAND LYING 1 BOX *IZ POS NLY ON E R/W 199.6. IN i. IT C COS: S0O111B lEe .JW
    2 OF RICK B SUB NORTH REID; HETWEEN ElM LINES OF THAT STARKE FL 32091
    IB 6S 22 COM AT NM CORIF 21 tS 22 LOT (ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXR9LLI
    NF1/ OF SWI/ IN OALEWOOO S002376C00100 CERTAIN CLAY HOLE JUST 21 6S 22 COM SM CON

    E 36.2. S3H 29.97 13 92*O9- -00000 OFF THE COOPER GR RO It SEI/ OF SEI/4.E 20T.3 02993- -00200 BO1W9

    0010200005165.39 IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI FOR POB N 40T.T7 TO SLY 006210002CRIFFI f3L%
    SLY ANDY OF PLEASANT DO.827-00.-6. 09.BO 00992-000-9 .,.1+'.'1
    IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI HANKERSON DAN LONG LEROY JR t GRACE R/W OF RO 6. N 83* 1EIAOO WHITEHEAO CARLTON S t 9OR .UDREY MI

    ANNIE BELL HILL BOX 614STARKE 02632- -00999 L LEGAL SEE TAXRHLLI 2390 W CANNON TERN *E All SOA ST

    0229300101 RT I BOX 106 FL 3291 0091TT-000-6 (3*.07 WINTER HAVEN FL 11811 STARKE ft :In-

    004414-000-5 184.48 BROOKEK FL 32622 21 6S 22 LOTS t T OF PIERCE WALTER :lU800000 28 6$ 22 BEG AT INT M 286S 2Z ILtTT 1 !llLe B.B L
    BLK 13 IN N-tENO SID 90927-000-3 (178.93 T f COS: S/O
    WILLIAMS VERONICART 21 65 22 LOT T t W 19* RT BOX 144JENNINGS R/M SR-200 C N R/M

    2 BOX 2960 3F LOT B eLK 3 SUNNY FL 32093. 9ALDREE ALMA RICKS SR-1OO-A M ON N R/M

    STARKE FL 32091 ACRES lnlOOIOIJ 22 4$ 22 COM AT SN COR HT 1 BOX 355 247.1 NLY PAR M R/M 'O 32Z- -1I01J00

    IB 63 22 CON AT SE COR 00502*-000-9 121.16SEWELL .3F NWIOF SWIRUN E STARKE FLA IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI 006265000WILLIAMS -* 6114.44

    OF NE1/ OF SMl/ N 39" GZ*OO- -OO30I J L C I S 869 POB.N 390*.6 300 S 32091 SUB OOWLINS PARK SID CL** ICS

    TO POB CONT N 100 H 99* OO838-OOO-7 71I.OB 1292 N OAK ST 300. M 309 TO COS EX E 2* 6S 22 ALL Fl/2 OF 1001 THOMAS ST

    S 1OO E 99* TO PUB RP OUGGER A J C NARY P STARKE FL 32991 (ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXHOLLI /* OF NEl/ N OF ROOlTl. 01005- -00100 STAR< 21 6S 22 LOT T OF BLK 16 Ie 6S T2 LOT aOf 'ftLe; OS
    ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI 793 M 22NO ST 32633- -00000 *- -0010 009919-000-0 (291.28
    IN NORTH RENO SID IN I. T C: :CDS: snI
    TUCSON Al 8971 909179-000-8 (61.91 30540-000-1 21.28 JOHNSON A R JR

    02293- -00101 21 6S 22 SEC AT NM COR9F LEE MACK I RUBY E HEATH WALTER 6 JEAN *09 E BROtaNLEE ST

    00619-000-1 (166.6Z NElOF SEl/* OF 92912 00301 1101 CALVARY ST PO BOX 33* STARKE FLAn091 0334500000

    MCCULLOUGH! NARY J C /* S 131. E I20. N 0050Z60001".61 STARKE FL 32391 STARKE FL 32091 006290-000-1. S52J1D

    ATLAS JR 130. U 129. TO POB JONES FRANK 22 65 22 CON AT SM COR 24 65 22 CON SE COlt OF 28 6S ZZ LOT T C Nl/2 OF RANDOLPH JAMES: MUZE:

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    BHS Junior Lori Sarro is High Finisher for Tornadoes at StateJunior I I




    Lori Sapp placed sixth in 2:17.64. Sapp il- Idme suss 11:3+1$1. leer.lIIat IbJDe e6 lays former school
    record 4:05.5 Golden South.
    the diwell was set ..
    880-yard run at the 73rd annual lness this season for the se+IilWea.H e3s1
    Florida High School Girls and Boys the time she had to prepare according Laraf.11fitflagtaraEfbi( automatic time was 4:05.17: ( Senior sprinter Corey Roberts will run the 440
    Corey Roberts
    Showalter Track and Field Field in Championships at to Coach George Low:, Sappran odKf"", _. waaSOy dMRuaalcd rystnlage6' a new Bradford High record. The only BHS boy performer to reach, the yard dash and Lori Sapp the! 880!! yard! ,

    Winter Park. a 2:18.9: last year in winning the 1516115 dInIbIIe aId team .f Christie Harrell Felicia state, was fifth in his heat in the run in the Golden South Classic at
    Sapp 440
    ran a 2:22.02
    clocked by an :Accu official time, state as a sophomore. penenoed spiper ... II'S ap Dtovis,. Lori Sapp and Kim Adams yard dash in 49.09, and didn't make Showalter Field in Winter Park next
    Track Photo --.jJ'- Saturday May 23.
    Junior Kim Adams Io finiahed ,
    was fifth in her eight overall. Harrell'B it to the finals. Roberts
    Timer off
    a fully = was his As
    automatic
    device. timing preliminary heat in the 440 yard peoing: split was 62.72, the best best of always, some of the best per-
    Sapp ran fifth in her heat, dash, and did not make it to the $her run alt year.Felicia's split was pace 483. formers in the nation will compete.
    but a girl who "The objective Is to do the best It's
    won another heat took finals. Adams you one of the most prestigious
    the best 1JJ4. Lori's prep
    ran a 60.02 was 62.50 andAdams'
    split
    fifth place. Sapp was the only BHS time she's ever in can, and they all did that. They all meets in the U.S., Loper says.
    run except a relay 56.61
    performer to earn points at the state heat. split was a personal'best gave the best of themselves. You can Coach Loper will be the Accu
    meet. The BHS foursome came out of do no better than that Coach Track reader the
    In the two mile run, freshman the slow heat says interpreter of the
    to
    place eighth. The
    Carla Severs of Titusville Ramona Tennant was 11th overall Loper. pictures, for the meet.

    Astronaut won the girl's 880 in among 16 runners. Her automatic .Ai :



    Pinehurst Variety Store 'k. w fri' Stars Win Softball TournamentThe I



    Fine Annual Youth Softball finished second with three wins and was complete the Stars, Welch and
    Association Round Robin Softball two losses. Assoc. and the Old Timers.

    tournament went off without a hitch The tourney began Saturday with The Old Timers took a forflet in

    Baal weekend in Starke. two games in the morning as the Old the final game and that left the

    FABRICSHOP Timers defeated the Church of God playoff to the Stars and Welch and
    Five teams competed and each team 20-1 and the Stars beat Welch Assoc.

    team played the others at least once. and Assoc. in a close, 14-12 decision.At The sponsors gave special thanksto

    The Starke Stars were the enven- midday, the Stars beat Churchof the concession stand workers and

    biaJ winners with four wins and one God 9-5 to continue their winning umpires Jeff Johnson, Rick

    '' .r..r'r.. toss;,.but' it wasn't easy- they had to ways and the Old Timers beat the Jr. Stephens, Robert Carver, Gareth

    beat Welch and Associates 12-7 in the Stars 166.Three Jones Tom Paladino, Jerry

    final to earn the trophy. teams ended up with iden- McGriff, Kirby Jo Hildebran and
    a The Welch and Associates squad tical 3-1 records after the tourney John David Francis.
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    Rec News


    Quilting Complete Line Register Now Anyone interested in playing in a

    Supplies 964-5587 of Sewing ;-.m_ for Jr. Softball Exercisp Classes... June 5-6 Starke invitational tennis
    A new exercise class tournament is invited
    T Ball Small began April to register at
    -
    Pillow Tops ALL FABRIC Notions & Hand Fry, 27 at the Starke Recreation Depart- the Recreation Department (the old
    This Friday. May 15. is the ment. armory) on N. Temple Ave. across

    Crafts 25 % Crochet Collars deadline to register for T-Ball,Small Aerobic dance, 5:30-6 p.m. the street from Bradford High
    Off ..
    Fry Baseball and Junior Softball Exercise, 6-7 p.m. School.

    Tops for BIIS.. sponsored by the Starke RecreationRegistrattoo Classes are set Monday through
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    \.J' Ballet Recital May 22... ": Commodity Distribution Dates:


    Yi Pupils of Courtney's School of Dance will be presenting "Swan Lake" Suwannee River Economic Council Inc., announces the distribution of

    4 1P and "Color Me Ballet" during the school' fourth annual recital Friday USDA commodities.

    May 22 at 7:30 p.m. at Beasley Middle School In Palatka. Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the

    "Color Me Ballet" will be performed by pre-klndergarten through first card. You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or
    grade students and "Swan Lake" will performed by Intermediate and
    either of two designated alternates pick up the commodities.
    advanced classes. Most of the 143 students the school from may
    attending are Certification Recertification or Replacement of a lost card will be doneat
    the Melrose and Starke
    Keystone Heights cream the Outreach Center. None will be issued however during distribution.
    Shown In picture (left to right) are dancers Sarah Cunningham. Eric
    (Exception: out-lying areas will be recer iced during distribution due to
    Olsen and Melinda
    Hughes. distance involved.)
    and Shuala Martin will be Princesses and
    Jennifer Richards the Swan
    Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributjons
    Richard Godden will the Prince.
    play to the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing, please bringa
    have been extra hard
    "The children to extraordinary
    working present an
    folding (lawn chair so can be more comfortable.
    you
    for their families and said
    performance friends Courtney
    Distribution sites and dates are as follows:
    Carter the school's owner.
    LAWTEY
    K K. tr Susan Van Leer also serves as dance Instructor and choreographer.Tickets .
    May 26, 1987, Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-2-OO: p.m.
    for the recital may be purchased In advance only by contacting STARKE

    Jackie Wester at 473-4070 Frances at 473-4167.
    or Tyer
    May 21, 1987, Old RJE School Building 10:00 a.m.-. p.m.

    '- .... ... May 22, 1987. Old RJE School Building 9:00 m.-l:30 p.m.
    HAMPTON

    Duplicate Bridge Results May 27, 1987, Hampton City Hall 10 m.-2:00 p.m.

    Duplicate bridge results of May 5 SPEEDVILLEMay

    at the Woman's Club of Starke were 28, 1987, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

    as follows: East-West: l-Jack and BROOKER

    Louise Burnette; 2-Dick and Jen May 20, 1987. Brooker City Hall,- 10 m.-l:30 p.m.

    Tyrholm. North-South:: : 1-Ida Shaw Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. I

    and Evelyn Griffin; 2-Rhea Johnson

    and Charlie Riddle.
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    I make the award In the best Interest of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    NoticesNOTICE
    Legal School Board.
    the Bradford County FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
    Award hall be based on the lowest FLORIDA

    base bid proposal.
    OF INTENTIONTO PROBATE DIVISIONFile
    BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Number 87.:34.CP
    REGISTER undersigned Diane McNeal. P.O. Box

    r FICTITIOUS NAME .9t, SIa....... Fla. 32091. sole owner, doing Jim Duncan Superintendent672tchg 5/14 Division 1.3816

    Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida business under the firm name of IN RE ESTATE OF

    BR Statute, notice It h.r.by given that the McNeal Trucking on 100 S. P.O. Box 16, ALBERT A. LONGCHAMP, JR.

    undersigned, Harry W. Bell.., 3500 University Starke. Fla. 32091, Intends to register Deceased

    Blvd North 261 7. Jacksonville. Fla. sold fictitious name under the aforesaid NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH administration of the Estate of
    it 32211 sole owns, doing business under statute.
    I t the firm name of Blowln In Th. Wind P. Dated this 21 day of April, A.D. 19S7 In JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ALBERT. LONGCHAMP, JR.Deceased,

    O. Box 86, Starke. Fla. 32091 Intends to Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. File Number 87.:34.CP Is pending In th.

    'DE register said fictitious name under the 4/30 4tpd 5/21 Circuit Court for Bradford County,
    aforesaid statute. CASE NO. 87-35 CP Florida Probate Division the address of

    Dated this 12th day of May, A.D., ((3817)IN ) which I Ie P. O. Drawer 8, Stork. Florida

    19S7 In Bradford County RE: The Estate of 32091.
    ES 3/U4tpd6/4 REQUEST FOR BIDS WILL CARL HARRIS, The names and addresses of the personal
    FOR COMPUTER SYSTEM
    Deceased. representative and the personal

    NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The City of Starke Is calling for sealed NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe representative's attorney or. set forth
    C bids
    for on IBM Computer System as below.
    rAre REGISTER administration of the Estate of

    Some FICTITIOUS NAME described below: WILL CARL HARRIS, Deceased File No. Interested persons or. required to
    s IBM PC-XT SYSTEM file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON.
    Pursuant to "action 86509 Florida
    87.35 CP Is pending In the Circuit Court
    IBM PC-XT 256K 20MB fixed disk ,
    Of Our THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
    for Bradford Florida Probate
    360K drive 640K RAM Modal County
    undersigned Carlo L. Hawthorn. and ( 089)) NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate

    FavoritePeople. ,J Burl L. Rowland P. O. Box 26. St....., IBM monochrome monitor Division the address of which Is Brad. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
    IBM monochrome video ford County Courthouse, Stork., Florida
    Fla. 32091 joint owners doing business adapter person on whom this notice was served

    ... k; under the firm name of Carlo's Sandwich w/par. port 32091. that challenges the validity of the will

    Shoppe, P. O. Box 296 Sto......, Fla. Hayes 1200 baud Internal modem The names and addresses of the personal the qualifications of the personal

    32091, Intends to register said fictitious w/Smartcom representative and the personal representative venue or jurisdiction of

    name under the aforesaid statute. Quadram Chronograph real time clock representatives attorney are set forth the court
    We know what in
    exactly they want a wedding gift.
    Dated this 14th day of May, 1987 In w/battery below. AU CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

    We up-date the list of their preferences in china, Bradford County. Epson FX 286. printerIBM Interested persons are required to SO PILED WILL 8E FOREVER BARRED.

    5/1441pd614 to Epson printer cable file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON- Publication of this Notice has begunon
    crystal flatware and giftware as gifts are purchased. r PC DOS 3.1 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS May 14. 1987.

    Visit us when shopping for a gift. NOTICI OF REGISTER INTENTIONTO Lotus Fortran 1-2-3 Compiler (MS vs 3.20)) NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate Personal Representative

    and ((2)) any objection by on Interested LISE LONGCHAMP WILSON
    FICTITIOUS NAME Protector
    Surge Route 4. Box 1522
    person to whom notice was mailed that
    Pursuant to Section 165.09, Florida Starke Florida 32091
    Currently Registered with Chastains: that the challenges the validity of th. will the ,
    Statutes, notice Is hereby given Price to Include delivery and set up of

    undersigned Kim A. Korciowikl P.O. the system. qualifications of the personal representative Co-Personal Representative:

    Rochell.Heerman&Terry Carver Mary Strong Raymond Brewington Box 1213 Sta...., FL 32091. and Ellen Send bid for above system to CITY OF venue, or jurisdiction of the RICHARD R.DOSTIE

    Betsy Blocdooocf&Mark Mitchell Melissa Winkler &Steve Stringer Sakowskl 331 Clark St., Sta....... FL STARKE City Clerk, P. O. Drawer C, Court 2960 Hartley Road

    Amanda Wish & John Cooper 32091 joint owners, doing business Stark., Florida 32091. Mark envelope In ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Jo sonville, Florida 32217

    under the firm name of Florida lower left hand corner "COMPUTER SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative

    Cinderella Starshlne Pageant P.O. Box SEALED BID, TO BE OPENED 6:30: p.m. Publication of this Notice has begunon :

    9 1213 St....... FL 32091 Intends to 5.19.87". May 14, 1987. THOMAS M. REITER. Esq.

    J4TAJ register said fictitious name under the The City reserves the right to reject Attorney for PersonalRepresentative grant, Moore, Sapp. MacDonald 8 Wells

    aforesaid statue. any or all bids. : P. O. Box 4548Jacksonville

    C Dated this 23rd day of April A.D. 1917 Bids must be In the City of Starke City R. A. Green, Jr., Esquire Fla. 32201

    In Bradford County. Hall by 6:30: p.m. May 19, 1987. Bids will GREEN S HOBBS. P.A.P. Telephone904353.9229

    cJcvrc1ry G&CiifT 4/23Itpd 5/14 be opened at the City Bond Trustee O. Drawer 938 5/14 2tchg 5/21

    G.lkyulG Meeting Starke. Fla. 32091 .
    NOTICI OF INTENTIONTO Direct William
    to
    dO'"O'9a.m.l05:3Op.m. any questions M.
    ((904)) 964.5700P.r.onal NOTICE
    : REGISTER Weldon, Electric System Director, City of
    ...
    NOTICE Is hereby that Mon.
    M472711M FICTITIOUS NAME Stark., P. O. Drawer C. Starke, Florida given on
    Saturday Representative: day May 25, |4(7at 10:00 o'clock A.M..
    M Cat SI ttarto 9a.m.l02p.m. Pursuanto Section65.09, Florida 32091. Telephone ((904)) 964-5027.
    Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Itchg 5/14 BETTY T. HARRISRt. the undersigned. Gator Frelghtways.Inc. .

    - -- - 2, Box 445 .,will sell at public auction for cash at

    Starke. Fla. 32091 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Fla.. one

    I PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 5/14 2tchg 5/21 lot of carpet consigned to Jean Davis,

    EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND c/o Nunson Floor Co., Darts, Fla; one

    FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. lot of cable, elect enclosures, consignedto

    As provided by Chapter 197 Acts of 1974 Notice is hereby order CASE NO.t (7-41-CA David Griffin Miami. Flo.) one lot of
    given apply 10 me '-"CUIIourl tor an directing levy and seizure
    that tangible personal property taxes assessed for the year 1986 of the tangible, personal property of the taxpayers for unpaid FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK, formerly tile consigned to Coral Springs Art Coral

    ore now delinquent and beginning April 1 1. such taxes ore draw- taxes. penalties and additional cost The names of delinquent FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND PUBLIC NOTICE Springs, Fla; one lot of chair frames,

    I ing interest at 18 percent per year plus the proportionate cost of personal property taxpayers and the amounts of taxes Including LOAN ASSOCIATION INVITATION TO BID consigned ta Whitecraft. Miami. Fla.j to

    publishing this notice and delinquent cost. Unless the amounts tel the cost of advertising, for .the first month penalty of delinquentcost Plaintiff This Is to Inform you that the City of satisfy freight' and storage charges,

    opposite each name below....paid prior to the 30th day of AprIl. ore as follows: vs. Lawtey, Office of Community Development under the provisions of Section 4b) of
    EARL JONES and NONAV.
    1988, warrants will be issued thereon and the Ton Collector will F. is soliciting sealed bids for TWO Uniform Standard Bill of lading.

    JONES, ((2)) MOBILE HOME UNITS, size 14 x 66, to Pro. 01.OO6028 dtd 2/17/17

    I OnosM7n0.4 .124.39 1094,4-070-1 .Z"'O IO" '.-OOO.1...... 10"Te'-0"-1 .,].... Defendants. be used as relocation housing units. Pro. 04.029016 dtd 3/11/17
    rtllfi 4 Iv2Rrtftr. "Uf.S 6.1CM" ..F MACS C1U1TOV, l lF EIVCdeN F"T SHOPIEVSTON5 NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK Bids will be opened at City of Lawtey Pro. 14-790246 dtd 3/16/17
    ( J4C *.nn c/i iiv CS4OLKPOHH t HDX n' GOI.F't' CLUII NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Office of Community Development
    Pro. 10-967572 dtd 3/11/17
    P 1 W 11" fit MFLRO0E. FI.16.6 801 14" the Final Judgment entered In this case, 'located In the Lawtey Volunteer Fire
    misses ft 32191ISOcme0097 nUl 45351751 HITS FI.I doted April 30th 1917 that I will sell to Department Post Office Box 418, Gator Frelghtways. Inc. Carrier

    inn i7-non-z ..'.0, 12656 the highest and best bidder far cash In Lawtey, Florida 32058, on Tuesday May 5/14 2tchg 5/21
    532.02CSICC'Y -)4-000-l S 16.11 MACS Mime SHOP
    | 100 -OOf-2 Sl6.09 the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford 1987 11:05 bids will be
    ;; j..r* Naves >. fJCi P 1 80' 111ST4hKF HUT 26. at : a.m. No
    ". KM4TS NUISeR County Courthouse In Starke, Florida at accepted alter 11:00 A.M. Please mark
    *r I *ox "n (It i Ti6l Ft 1231co OSE.JItOH
    l5/F 5U'Lr. rlIO Z'J5. .CM'" Ft 921 t RIM IOU.vaf 11 tOO a.m. on the 26th day of May 197 envelope "SEALED BID FOR MOBILE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH

    lon6"8-00D- 519.79 HSTJ Ft 12666 th. following described property as set HOMES TO BE OPENED MAY 26,1987".
    -> > IOS-PH -> .
    ].11 iaaFToooHim .80 "vio noNi.n P
    forth In the Final Judgment, to wit
    Bid to include delivery and
    .mfv i-xts PSt is Tfo j tins 02P410155 price setupIn BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.
    101910-990-8 "'.6a Unit 1. GENEVA SPRINGS II, A CONDOMINIUM
    15m 7e P2 .. >. 20SItX Fl 12622 Lawtey, Florida. Further informationand CASE NO.I (7-162-CA
    ROSS MILLI4.lt G JR I B4184r
    $.... FL 32371 according to the Declaration
    fl 1291 specifications can be picked at
    2 $4X 2610STARlie up In Ret The Marriage of
    10066)-ono-] SII.SIMCKINI of Condominium thereof recorded In
    of Office of
    Fl 1291 City lawtey. CommunityD.v.lopm.nt
    10'. ". "'-'''''-I $/"..,* tno92-coa- .0.1 =V J4..c$ A O. R. Book I.,. page 217 .' seq. of the located in the Lawtey MAX RAY TOMLINSON
    Ifxr FWTT J* CPNC" t Husband
    Hf"TB ALTO SERVICE 1I4D I I "nil Its
    4.* CT T .Ct.;),, P P BO' 214 KPTON Fl 120* 10011099S715.1S public records of Bradford County, Volunteer Fire Department, Post Office and
    ROTJT6IH J1 *TH'l| .
    *0' sLaWY L''tv ft 3705E11n493nOCO P a nan 86tL4HU Florida together with the undivided Interest Box 418. Lawtey, Florida 32058, or by CHERYL DORENE TOMLINSON

    FIIMIV4loioooi 1006.0)0.171.10 Fl 12611I018IH0006 In the common elements of said calling 904/782-3730 between 9:00: A.M. W if..
    3POS4 si*. 16 .O"'GO".Y VENTURES corporation. and 1:00: P.M.. Monday through Friday.
    HEATH ttlflHtTO "/..,.. TEXTILE TOWN. of '' NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE
    5535.52SIV05MS DATED this 30th day April 7. Low bidder must be able to deliver :
    s.iSII6HTS ..1 .
    t. '<%STai FLt P (I UOX ZIT
    (rlWEss ..F/l. Fl 1)61 MC'IOCY FL 32661IOCCb000.5 COUNTS KITCMENt GILBERT BROWN..Clerk both units within twenty-one (21))days of SERVICE PROPERTY
    ,ne i f-WETT SCION) SA 101)4 B4TTEMF Byt Linda L. Pearce acceptance and notification. NOTICE OF ACTION
    0 SOX
    Law"* Ft 37044504149ea9 IOO'I*-CO0-4 S39.1 516.32 ST44KS FL ell 12941 Deputy Clerk CONTRACTORS RECEIVING LOW BID TO MAX RAY TOMLINSON
    HU9I01 14 LIP IDTEI SfIAI."f S72tchgS14INVITATION ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU
    567.14 WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PROOFOF
    *? 2 aa> i<2* t 141IF WHITMAN ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
    C"SM HOW If isCT STARS fL 32091 P n BOX 14lf 10919-000-2 11.1* MANUFACTURER'S AND CONTRACTOR
    ,OX >** .. l TISLISe POSES J SRRT 'S LIABILITY INSURANCE AND Dissolution of Marriage and as alimonythe
    K Fl 12011C1TT
    ST*',Kf Ft 12991 IOHS7-091-1 SI 1.02 401 18ST4RKC TO BID WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION following property In Cloy County.

    JO41V C tf '''''TI7n""e., ,. FL 1201 Sealed bids will be received by the COVERAGE FOR ANY EMPLOYEE OTHER Florida
    I002M-000- ....., nn' ?OIFSr M Hftf Bradford County School Board, 512 North lots 9.10 and 11. Block "f" HILLCRESTON
    CTHI-Mi HE'1 J )KKF fL 12011ll)9 14014-000-6 (22. ITT4NNfO Florida THAN HIMSELF.
    I no' )** Temple Avenue, Starke, 32091 THE LAKE as p.r plat thereof
    FRNESf I E The City of lawtey. Office of Com
    .P.*.t 4TO.05 FL lit 129** *,4-COO-. '.'.el 9J3DKFH Fl 12A22I00714040 1119 JOHNS. DRIVE until 6i30 p.m., Monday. May II, 19(7, munity Development reseerves the rightto recorded In Plat Book 2. Page 52 of the

    1'6445 fl'.I" STASES i FL 1201inaiooo and Immediately' thereafter publicly public records of Clay County, Florida,
    -* all
    of
    *).1] reject or bids. The City
    .007.4-000-1 341.13 .f 1 Fnv 94' .HJBRUfp CICHARO L opened, rated aloud and recorded In the any EXCEPTING THEREFROM thdt part deeded
    C3! 1201 VHF LOOKING CLASS STYLI Is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    P t one 140 rSr-JNE HSTJ Fl 1266 County School Board Administrative Book
    C's O.R. 131, Page 16, Clay County
    .*''SfO'fXT* H. 1.6 Itchg 5/14
    10"0'J0 160.U .41 F w Mnisoit sr (ices for the following public record..
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    IOTZ4T-004-I ").0) JONNSIN ( SO' GROCES, '10'>i4N'j PRODUCE MARKET ST4P.f Fl 1201 PAVING t DRIVES at Southslde has been filed against you and you are

    t.'''.O.6 XIT:"EI.L 403 E MAKSIM SI 1191 S WALNUT ST6ET5r 10091*-100.1 S....7 Elementary School Bradford High required to serve a copy of your written
    *r 1505 no 5/5151 FL" .KE Fl 1201 TUiLINGTOH CSRSON L School Starke. Elementary School NOTICE OF defense, if any to It on Eugene ..
    : 1201jcnrs COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe
    3539"
    I/t EV FL
    RT 1105 20NfSTVIlK BID NUMBERi 7-0518-1 Shaw Wife's Attorney whose address

    l4JJO3-. 13 ..asC24 'o"" $-"O-D 1f5.6. OU IUn9"DO,100.( K4VES Fl 126 Specifications blueprints and bid City of Starke.. conduct Florida eo.u..lt.nr. hereby 925-1 North Temple Avenue, St......,
    gives notice that It will
    $ JAwl F Hen*lit N S OBP"T I H44RIS J* 100.e6000.1S..11 form may be examined at the Bradford Florida 32091 on er before May 29,
    5 17 .*niST 2493 .T J 001 3'* F 0 SOU T7f' lOCUS ASPHALT coP County School Board 5(2 North Tempi. Competitive Negotiation pursuant 1987. and file the original with the clerkof

    *..e .1. 1291 S 515511 FL ]lHI100'.90DO1 0 ORAKFR 127tTARNC Avenue, Starke, Florid. 32091 and may to F.S. 287.055 et. sec. for the hirIng this court either before service on
    St'')
    Fl 1201FPVCE of for the
    a consulting engineer
    Fl 32911009)9ono1 be obtained at that same location. plaintiff's attorney or Immediately'
    I"1 S.6.TTF4CHO of the CD SO NeighborhoodRevltallsatlon
    Cuu.En4F.f C Rr30lLINS c c 300545.000.1 1f1.60 9C1ITO ET 'l (72.82THON lid security In the form of a lid Bond design City's which Inductee Installation thereafter otherwise a default will be
    S MOP J73NE5 C .7 2 *1* Ion JIKMHRT executed by the Bidder and a qualified project entered against you for the relief
    .*4 9 Wfs ,e1ll If II r 1 *0> 526 F 1191l017 of water and sewer line, fire
    l SERF FL
    2 11'111 |*IOSt4RKE surety er a certified or cashier's check demanded In the complaint or petition.
    .. 1201IOI and and hook
    37391 hydrants, water sewer
    ) Ft
    Fl 32091100gg9.0006 national state bank In the ''
    on any or DATED on April 28, 7.
    )1-OOO-! SI 14.07
    .6-0 O.n..u mount specified In the specificationsmade ups.All Gilbert S. Brown
    PALS SPMSTMRNTSS
    109111099OIK -* 51.6) 810.41U1PFRMCH19 consulting engineers wishing to be
    .01..F. FOVCF' 111 t SfFtll M 1PHHLO II FLY payable to the Bradford County A. Clerk of the Court
    INN IIfS' considered for the shall submit
    P 350341 2111 fFHPLE AYE School Board must each bides project Linda L. Pearce
    S 1593 t "N'IE S ITM CIO HARRIETT LEVY accompany Standard and Standard By
    OP/NSM 254
    1217 1 'tLf* ST Fl 1232 *74FX< Fl 31091101776.On03 RT' 2 SOX ..-C guarantee that the Udder will not written Form Deputy Clerk

    Sties. Ft* imM-C4C-6 S120.IO 11).]) STASKE FLA withdraw from the competition after Form 255 stating the firm's qualifications 4304tchgS2lNOTICE

    12341 RFLLEY SOIFFT I.'n PI//MAN..S G50CEIY U''I11I10n01lZ opening the bids, and In the event the to do the work.. Sold form shall be submitted -
    .
    ROS *214I4RKE "f 1 4'lI n to the City of II.....Grant Office
    .).... (7*.18VAIir.H contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will
    Ie0197-009-6 Fl 12BKI1C ST*> FL 12141 P. O. Box 6053. Starke.. Fl. 32091-6053.
    5)555. 105111 J L JOHNSON NFl CD within ten ((10)) days after receiving
    .f I 90* 119t 5 I 05.7-n,0- ''''.TO Inn77A-070-2 574.95. 10 J TMn..f J01 STSTAimF came, execute me contract and furnish no later than May 29 1917. 4.00 p.m. OF TERMINATIONOF
    *fff Ft 1294ff JOHN C pl'r" UI"r.v c GK4CF FLA the. required bend falling which the Th. form shall be sealed. In an

    C, Z IS'J' 1*"9ST 17 J fFfR'01 Are 32091I0101n000 shall become the of envelope labeled 1986 CDIG J.
    130196-040-4 ..,..) ..k. Fl 1291 R9S4KT 64 10422133119.000e security property Neighborhood Revitalization. Protect." DEMOLITION AGREEMENT
    >*3 !...." -* (*>. 12UALORO the Owner as liquidated damage The Commission tram the written To: JAMES MEEKS
    P O OX 21* l ""n- MST'J.O'l .?O..*' HILBRON All bids must be made on the appropriate City Present address unknownYou
    form. will elect .less than three
    M*)rf>* Ft 120 KIIICHF4 J4tt C C'.OlT FnvEirV OIL C9cr P 0 BOX *2H1PTON proposal farms, properly executed no
    i nor 204 2 ""$ ''* FL 129* and placed In on envelope marked qualified firms with which to conduct notified that the
    '0')41T01O.z...] or. hereby contract
    51555E Fl 1201I0044IOA92 ST4KKC FL 12941I017HO0004 competitive negotiation according to
    ... bid and then shell be
    GIIIIIII. COOI1I1UCfl'lOl co I910I1000(2 to Identify you entered with us on December
    Said firm will
    Florida Statute 2(7.055.
    14 ,7. ls*. SK4.2 "Ir..' U4LKM DONNII D a JANICIRT delivered or mailed to the Bradford 4. 1986 Is hereby terminated.
    sr"*.r Ft 1291 uric HIlly Mr F(1.ELL1 04U Ultlt 2 KO' '(* County School Board 582 North Temple be notified as to when and where they The reason for this is your breach of

    I." *- "-. **J..*4CFfT 1 cr1T4 5.>. 1212 N 7F"'Lf AVE TAIKC Fl 1201IOIO Avenue, Stark. Florida 32091 and should appear before the Commrvslon. .the agreement and abandonment of the
    ..."....... .t COH "." 0.. Ft 1201 ir4..E FL ]1091lOOfI700"1 received by the School Beard prior to Until notified no firm will be Hewed fomake about I 1987.
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    Over 4,000 troops undergo some very realistic training{ ; exercises at Camp BlandingBy

    Mark rledlln degree of safety and profes- A quick pull and the gun roared. Observers stationed near the front eight inch weapon m capable of fir After receiving coordinates from
    BCT Staff Writer sionalism.The The entire emplacement shudderedas lines (or impact area at Camp Blan- ing shells more than 20 miles the forward observors, which mail
    An impressive formation of over training completed by the the 200 lb. roared out of the barrelon ding during the training missions,an downrange and was used extensivlyin be stationed on foot on in ,
    700 fighting men were reviewed in a soldiers at Camp Blanding is as its way to an unseen target area area bordered by SR 21 and SR 315 in Vietnam for fire supprort mis- planes, the fire command center I
    colorful ceremony Friday as U.S. realistic as possible it has to be 10 miles down-range. which the shells fall). sions. Sm Pall. 12B.
    Army reserves troops from all over with live shells and a huge range to "Good shot,"the gunner said aftera These foward fire controllers ra-
    Florida, Puerto Rico the fire the latest combat weapons. quick consultation on his headset dion information into the command II
    Southeastern United States Big Guns a ThrillA with dust from the recoil swirling center, describing the placement
    prepared to complete their annual Telegraph reporter got a real around his feet. "Anywhere close and accuracy of the impacting
    training at Camp Blanding.A thrill on a tour of the big eightinchguns with this baby and you've done the shells, guiding the gunners ever Sunkissed International
    total of more than 4,000 troops when one of the sergeants at Job." closer to the target which is then
    were on hand for a two week training the gun emplacement invited him to Later during the day at a briefingon obliterated by the massive Regional Pageant
    session at the camp that concluded "pull the trigger" on the big gun the exercises, some of the men firepower of the huge shells.
    early this week. when a firing mission came down gave details about the capabilities of The guns used at Camp Blandingare
    The men were recognized for completing the line on the communication network the weapons and command structure the biggest in the US inventory.
    their training, which Included linking the carefully hidden which enables the gunners to The 155 mm is the"smaller"of the
    live firing from gun guns to the command center. put their shells on target with such two but can hurl a 100 lb. shell more Where: Gleason's Corner Mall
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    plots the projected trajectory of the before the shell Impacts on the
    guns under their command with a ground to ensure a wide dispersal of
    complicated formula using the deadly fragments and the otherIs
    geometry and radios the instruc- a timed fuzes whoch be set for an
    tions to each gun crew. A new airburst or to actually plunge Into Iryi1 t 1
    feature of the targeting process is a the ground before exploding to I uaM YC
    small but powerful hand-held computer destroy so-called "hard" targets ..a 'w ry .
    which speeds up the calculations like fortifications and armored per- M 1
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    center. The 200-lb shells for the "eight"
    Based on the distance to be are loaded from a heavily-armed
    covered by the guns, differing gunpowder support vehicat .. the M-48 six-ton ,
    charges are inserted Into the cargo carrier, on a hydralically a
    breech of the guns and timed fuzes powered loader which hoists the
    are inserted into the tips of the shells into the oversized breech of
    shells. the gun. The 193 ,mm shells a
    "Our guns here are also capable of "mere" 100 Ib.s each are hand-
    firing rocket-assisted shells to increase loaded from the rear of the M-48 into
    their range,'*one member of the
    the gun crew said. "These shells are gun.Danger over the TreetopsThe
    normal except for a smaU solid fuel helicopter units had an entirely .lapel-
    rocket charge mounted on the rear different mission with dashes
    of the shells which ignite several skimming the treetop at speeds of
    seconds after the shell leaves the more than 150 mile per hour and
    gun. The rocket charge will take the assault mission with live firing by
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    these guns are capable of firing a over parts of the three highways Tires Made In the Good Old U.S. of A.
    nuclear-tipped warhead a major bordering Camp Blanding, giving
    deterrent in Europe where Soviet civilian motorists a thrill as they IT TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE
    and East Bloc countries have a suddenly came face to face with the GRAN PRIX RVS GLASS BELTED

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    Buster Rahn be for official purposes and were
    BCT Staff Writer generally properly authorized.
    The Starke city council received "Minutes of the city commis- e
    high marks by Pat Farnsworth for sioner's meetings were well kept
    handling fiscal affairs during the and appeared to reflect all official
    1986-87 fiscal year. actions of the coouniiaiop."
    City Clerk Neil Tucker and his "Monies raceivwUwere properly c
    staff,were also complimented for accounted fo&.4.promptlx.;
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    Farnsworth, representing the of idle funds maximized interest ear-
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    city council during the regularly appeared to reflect accurate
    scheduled meeting March 17. estimates of revenues and expen-
    The audit shows the city to be in ditures. The budgets were approvedby
    excellent financial condition, as of the commission and were properly t.\ s'\gglM
    Sept.30,1986,with$448,000 in current amended,as necessary,to ensure 30,
    assets in the general fund, with only that expenditures were generally
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    $98,000 in current liabilities. kept within budgeted amounts.
    The city pension fund paid $90,000in "Rates established for utility services -
    employee benefits during the for the period ended Sept. 30.
    year, refunded $15,000, and added 1986. were sufficient to meet re- .
    $261,000 to its fund balance. quirements of the bond covenant e9LP
    The Utility System Revenue Fund outlined in the 1964 bond ordinance.'nRecommendatlous.
    the city electric, water, and sewer
    system increased its fund balanceby ...
    $224,000 after transferring The auditors made several recommendations -
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    Education Committee will again charge to the publIC.A question and teacher and guide to help the child build a lasting, nurturing relation 24th Avenue, follow signs or
    sponsor a talk by Dr.Trisha A.Big- answer period will follow the speech develop appropriate human social ship which Is at the very root of
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    Discipline,Cradle to Gradua- Ties-Family Anger," at Southside force the child to "submit" to the of sugar does go a long way in with any purchasePut
    tion," and will be presented Tues Elementary,which was well received parent's absolute authority.Dr. human relationships."
    day, May 19, from 7 to 9 p.m.,at the by the 75 people in attendance.The ., Your Handcrafted Item
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    New Waste Disposal Ordinances Change the Rules for ResidentsTwo



    new ordinances regulating procedures, attorney Flynn reviewed all solid waste generated in the coun- with minor exceptions. G inn off tanaaeaamaU solid generated in: Bradford County will
    solid waste disposal and garbage two proposed ordinances,87-2 and ty, if otherwise in compliance with Violation of this .(ordinance shall lle tian. .mdstlort aTi be accepted,. and certain types will
    collection were proposed April 16 87-3, with the officials. county rules and regulations,exceptthe constitute a misdemeanor upon be prohibited as noted in proposed
    and adopted May 4 by the Bradford During the presentation, commis- following: conviction, subject the offender odinpnuO.i.>Shcdiiimuii1atlintitheimdti : Ordinance II'Tl.Individuals: :
    County commissioners.The sioners made only two changes to Hazardous Waste. fine,not to exceed$soo,or ingn' 8UD- >vldiall ataadfimfl Cduirr?' resultTieiff will be precluded from
    ordinances were prepared by the proposed ordinances, as written. Oils, gasoline or other liquid ment in the county jail,not to-xcaed lwtiwynlldlwasnetant:: ttDr landfill:;. holding; multiple permits, or in-
    County Attorney Reggie Flynn afterconferences Commercial haulers will be re- petroleum products. 60 days, or both. CflnnattRti ttj>ttmnwlf mrnwgtiboir, terests more than one commercial
    I between him and Solid quired to paint signs on their trucks, Sludge or waste from a pollution Bradford County Ordinance 324 iff hauling( IS gratis. "Uttmnr m. no hauler doing; business in Bradford
    Waste Supervisor Darrell O'Neal, and equip each with a back-up audio control facility. and resolution 84-10 are repeated by charge lID ttbe uniiiuttiutU: Bur use rf County.
    and were first proposed to the coun- signal. Septic tank wastes, and grease the proposed ordinance, onion !tile!UanaTili.SDIIPtIP! wtlU He paying:: Liability insurance in minimum
    ty commission in a workshop April trap wastes. passage far alugmiitU; ttnrnujtti a prnpmwtCttaultes amounts. of $100,000 for injury of
    IS. A few minor changes were made Ordinance 87-2... ar 1IIBDlmI1. death:of a single person and$300,000for
    in the two new laws and they were Attorney Flynn explained proposed Disposal of materials in a solid The ordinance is set to toe on:the Cnnanexnhn ; wilQ be rv4)umeti injury: or death arising out of anyone
    approved 5-0 by the commission ordinance 87-2 to the commis- waste convenience center is much agenda for its first ;public :hearing : tie samnie a nwanift.amC pay accident required for eachcommercial
    May. sioners, which provides for the more restricted, than in the landfill.In for 2 p,m. at the upcoming May 4 liar ruume (the ihmtffHt. tblll" aasC ofowfouft hauler.
    In addition to commissioners establishment and administration of addition to the items listed above county commission meeting.Mosley wUIttarftiwmnwtitly amammissiimois The proposed: ordinance provides
    Lawrence Mosley,E.L. (Nook) Norman solid waste disposal areas, for the solid waste convenience centers wiIinot said the passage of the ordinance aanilutomCmnmmgntil for revocation for cause and im-
    Maxie Carter, Jr., and Joe regulation of solid waste collection, accept the following items: will be expedited by .called ttimlHrrt will be DP"quired poses penalties for violations of the
    Riddick. the April 16 workshop was transportation and disposal, and for Solid waste generated outside meeting 15 days later for a :second rte nimat mipitt ocnupmenCfipBctticstunSh : ordinance.
    attended by County Clerk Gib Brown the regulation of solid waste disposalareas Bradford County.'Automobiles public hearing and approval. umltudnip the painting The commissioners approved the
    and Property Appraiser Jimmy ; prohibits the unlawflul col- other vehicles, or lIlY mames am tne MtIlItl :.audio advertismg of both proposed or-
    Alvarez. lection, transportation, or disposalof parts thereof. Ordinance 87-3.. backup:sgnttUs, UuMgran bmttas, dinances in the April 16 issue of The
    solid waste in Bradford County, Commercial haulers. This ordinance provides for :the and:ether..... -....Chili;!mild!waste Telegraph
    One major change is the two new and, provides definitions; providesthat Human or animal waste, dead
    with solid waste ---- - -
    laws one dealing the ordinance be liberally con- animals or agricultural wastes.
    collection and disposition and one strued, a severability clause, an Any other item, because of its
    dealing only with commercial alternative or supplemental authority size: or density, which would 1
    haulers, authorizes regulationsabout for repeal of certain laws. unreasonably interfere with the nor-
    garbage dumping and landfill mal operation of the center.
    opera ion by resolution. In that way, The purpose of the ordinance, ac-

    if a single rule is challenged and proven cording to Article One, Section 1, is ysr
    unlawful or unconstitutional,the Unlawflul Acts... qt
    to provide for the health, safety and
    entire new law will be not be welfare of Bradford County citizens, The proposed ordinance outlines __ TACKLE 3 &MAR1NE C.
    rendered null and void, and happened by providing lawful, sanitary prohibited acts in the collection
    previously.The methods for the collection, transportation transportation or disposal of solidwaste.
    resolutions establishing are and disposal of solid waste, It shall be unlawful to:
    still being worked on. To change a and by prohibiting the unlawful col- Dispose of solid waste or litter in
    resolution requires only board ac- lection, transportation or disposal of or on any public highway, road, F ,
    tion.Prior solid waste. street, alley, or thoroughfare, in- ,
    to discussing the proposed cluding any portion of the right-of- m"y yf7s
    ordinances,the group discussed bill- Article two,Section 1, provides for way, or on public lands, or in any lAdr+
    ing procedures for both county and the establishment and administration fresh water lake, river or stream I 4J
    Starke residents. of solid waste disposal areas in within the county.
    the county, consisting of sanitary Dispose of solid waste in any solid J t -
    For Starke Too... -
    landfills, solid waste convenience waste disposal area, except as
    Clerk Brown said the city of centers and trash cans. Solid waste regulated and in accordance with i.! f _______________________
    Starke does not want to add the convenience centers have been call- any and all rules and regulations.To c .- n!b .
    assessment for Starke residents on ed by various names in the past, in- collect, transport or dispose of
    the city's monthly utility billing. cluding "landfills" or "collection solid waste within the county, con cS
    Brown thinks the city would be in- centers." However, the new name, trary to the provisions of this or- LINE
    terested in an inter-local agreement, solid waste convenience centers, dinance.To ..
    in which the county will bill Starke refers to the collection sites locatedin transport any solid waste in -
    residents, along with county Brooker, Lawtey, Starke, the any vehicle which permits contentsto AGGRESSOR
    residents. Brownlee Road and the Sampson blow, leak of fall therefrom.To BASS BOATS XcnrhaSlodtSAFARI
    Lake Road. interfere with any agent or .
    The proposed ordinance providesfor employee of the county while in the I. '
    Chairman Mosley asked Brown to a "County Solid Waste Ad- performance of his duties authorizedby .
    make an appointment for him ministrator," who shall administerthe this ordinance.To ,
    (Mosley) to meet with Mayor Ver- program. Zoning Director Dar- scavenge or otherwise remove
    non Silcox to discuss the matter. rell O'Neal has been administeringthe any solid waste disposed of at a
    The meeting has been neither program in the past, and there is lawful solid waste disposal area, ex- Pml: lhgv
    scheduled nor held,as of May 12, according no indication the commissionersplan cept with written approval from the
    to Mosley. any change in his assignment. Commissioners.. a ARP:
    Alvarez told commissioners it will The proposed ordinance providesfor To maintain or possess solid E
    be better to include the annual times of operation of the landfill waste ur litter on private property,
    assessment with the ad valorem tax to be set by resolution.The proposed in any amount whatsoever, to causea av'
    billing in the fall rather than a resolution which accompanies the sanitary nuisance. StottGaft .
    separate billing earlier. Some coun- ordinance, provides for the landfill To tamper with, burn, deface or 41gglE
    ties tried the earlier billing and en- to be open"from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., otherwise harm or destroy any solid 3070 BI.ARD i IG 1BZVS
    countered problems. seven days a week." Holidays, set waste disposal area. pm7 gr ,n MU:50.Of21: t+8ilvuatztwG vQp..,
    Following the April 16 general by the commissioners,are excepted.The To dispose of solid waste or litter
    discussion of assessment and billing sanitary landfill will acceptof generated outside Bradford County, 282-3115 2S23116"We


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    Drinking in Public Area Youths ChargedIn May 8 accident. Damage to the pole Starke Man Charged

    Gets Two Men Vehicle TheftsTwo was Ross 1000.was released after a $362.50 With Agg BatteryA

    Two Days in Jail brothers, two 18-year-olds cash bond was posted. 62-year-old Starke man has been
    and several juveniles have been charged with aggravated battery
    Two men who pled guilty to drInk- charged with and break-
    conspiring
    family
    following a shooting during a
    ing in public. were sentenced to two ing Into vehicles in Alachua County. Car Visits Church, dispute.

    Charles George Warren Ricks, 19, and No Injuries ReportedChurch Hance B. Thornton was arrested > '
    Daniel Cheeseman of New Be Wise.
    Logan Ricks 17 of to In- )
    Christopher May 7 on a warrant,according
    Jersey and Billy Joe Hooker of Starke were charged May 6 with was still in progress Mays vestigator Don Denton. Thornton
    Gainesville were arrested May 9 In multiple counts of criminal con- when a car drove up the steps and in- allegedly shot his grandson, who c ShopPRICEWISE PT
    Lawtey for violating a city or- spiracy, burglary of a conveyance to the foyer.A was not seriously injured, during a', I I
    dinance, drinking in public, accor- grand theft, criminal mischief andpetit 1978 Chevrolet, driven by Will argument.
    ding to Lt. William Tillotson. theft, according to Assistant Jackson, 79, of Lawtey missed the Thornton was released after a
    May 11 both men pled guilty and State Attorney Grabel. Earlier intersection on CR-225 at NE 2nd St. $1,000 property bond was posted.
    were sentenced to time already charged were Joel Sether Brewer, east of Lawtey and struck a 1979
    served in the county jail. 18, of Brooker and Jason Bradley Ford pickup, driven by Tina Clarkeof
    Belcher, 18, of Starke as well as six Lake City. The Chevrolet veeredoff Escapee At Large
    Starke Attorney or seven juveniles also from Starke. the pickup, striking two parkedcars For Part Of A DayAn
    Takes All have been released on their own and then proceeded up the stepsof old B* Flelschman
    The Fifth recognizance with the juveniles be- the Macedonia Freewill Baptist inmate serving time for rob- a- Gin
    Starke Attorney Dudley Hardy ing handled in juvenile court. Church and through the front doors, bery left his work detail at 10:15: Ancient Thompson p
    took the Fifth Amendment during The youths allegedly conspiredand according to Lt. William Tillotson. a.m. May 6,only to be captured five
    questioning May 6 before a federal broke into cars, damaging the There were no injuries in the Sun- hours later. "p jj Age IA# LTR
    grand jury in Jacksonville, accor- cars and taking stereos, radios and day afternoon accident and no Dean Weeks, serving time from LTR ,,, .,,,
    ding to his attorney.Hardy's other equipment from the vehicles in charges have been filed. Damages Seminole County for robbery _
    attorney, Huntley Alachua County. The investigation amounted to $8,500 to the vehicles without a weapon, left the construc- LTR 99 689B.acardl.
    Johnson of Gainesville, said Hardy's revealed the thefts and vandalism and$2,000 to the church. tion crew at the driving range off
    refusal was made on his advice. But occurred on several occasions in CR-230, according to Prison J Jc
    749
    Johnson said he might change that March and September, 1986 and Spokesperson Bob MacMaster. =- Ji
    advice later "as it comes into focus January, 1987.Driver Two Middle School Weeks was seen running across
    exactly what they are looking for." Students the sand dunes in the duPont area at _
    ArrestedTwo
    The U. S. Constitution's Fifth 3:15 p.m. and was captured by Sgt.
    Amendment, part of the Bill of ArrestedFor Middle School students were Michael Phillips.In .
    Rights, guarantees that no one may Leaving Scene charged with grand theft-auto the system since January this
    be forced to give information that following a short ride Sunday after- year Weeks is serving a 36 months
    could be used against them in a David Jim Browning, Jr. was arrested noon in downtown Starke.A sentence. !
    criminal prosecution. May 9 for leaving the scene of 13-year-old and a 14yearoldboth ) JSouthernComfort
    "I think in this 200th anniversaryof an accident and driving while ( boys) allegedly drove a van Gordon
    our county,there is nothing to pre- license suspended (DWLS), according belonging to the Telegraph away Rum
    vent an attorney from exercisingtheir : to Lt. Greg Nichols. from where it was parked on Call 800
    right also," said Johnson." Browning, driving a 1977 Street at 2:58: p.m. Starke Fire Dept. r Vodka 750
    Attorney Johnson said he and Hardy Oldsmobile on Cherry Street, strucka The van was found at 4 p.m. on N. Answer 20 CallsThe 750
    are assuming the federal Investigation parked 1977 Ford and fled the Thompson Street where it had
    concerns illegal drug activity scene. Witnesses called authoritieswho struck a tree stump. Damage to the Starke Fire Department LTR 167q
    and that he would not be surprised later found Browning and the van was estimated at $2,000. responded to a total of 20 calls dur- 679 _Ts_
    if Hardy was again sub- damaged Olds ($2,000) at his Late Tuesday evening,May 12,the ing the month of April, according to "';
    poenaed. residence, said Lt. Nichols. juveniles were charged with the Lt. Rusty Barrett. 4.-:. :.. 659
    Since no further questions were Browning was released after a theft and HRS was contacted,accor- Two of the calls were to structure :":
    asked once Hardy"took the fifth", it $472.50 surety bond was posted. ding to Captain Ricky Bennett. fires, four were car fires and two
    is unclear what the investigationwas were to woods fires. Two calls were
    trying to find out from Hardy."If to vechicle accident, wash downs
    Hardy should be indicted for Car Strikes Pole and three calls were to trash fires, 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke

    any reason, I am sure we would Driver ArrestedA Starke Man Arrested two were smoke investigations and 1 mile North of Starke on US 301
    prevail," said Johnson. four were false alarms. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771
    25-year-old Lawtey man was Causes DisturbanceCity Firefighters assisted Rescue once
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    Latest ArrestIn charged with driving under influence in April said Lt. Barrett.
    Crack BustA after his vehicle struck a and county authorities were Keystone Heights Oren 7 Days A Week 473-9727
    utility pole in Starke late Friday needed to subside a Starke man who 100 Yds North 100 on Hwy 21 North
    was causing a disturbance Satur-
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    latest arrest in the Bradford County Benjamin Franklin Ross, driving day.Charles
    crack-cocaine bust. Oldsmobile failed Lester Boyer was arrested -
    a 1975 to stop at
    Nathaniel Thompson, 35, was arrested the intersection of CR-229 as he was for disorderly intoxicationand
    April 24 on three separate northbound on Orange Street. The resisting arrest with violence
    cases, each charging possession of a vehicle crossed the intersection and after police were called to a Water
    controlled substance, two counts struck a city utility pole, breakingthe Street residence May 9,according to
    sale and delivery of a controlled pole in half, according to Sgt. W. Sgt. W. C. Reno. It took city and
    substance, according to Deputy C. Reno. county deputies to get the man to
    Doug York.Thompson. Ross' blood alcohol content was.16 jail, according to the report.
    was released after a percent, according to Sgt. Reno. Boyer was released after a$600.75
    $3,000 property bond was posted. Damage_to_ the Olds was$3,000 in the surety bond was posted.

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    r 'Langley, both of Lake Butler and Shelmon Baer of Ocala; son,R.Neal day.May 7in Whispering Pines Care held Saturday May 9 in Evergreen and retired farmer and factory
    Mr. Ulyss Steven "U.S." Rhoden. Nell Frances Raulerson of Baer of Lee, Fla.; two daughters Center in Starke following a brief ii.Ines Cemetery of Gainesville with Rev. worker lie was a member of War
    86,of Decatur Georgia, died Friday. Hawthorne; son,Johnny of U.S. Army Sharon Lyons of Avon Park and Ron Moore officiating. Arrangements ren Lodge No. 15, F&A.M., in Con-
    May 8 at his residence after an extended in Fort Knox Ky.; 8 grandchildren Elayne Groff of Oklawaha, Fla.; 5 Born in Gainesville on June 30, were handled by Jones nersville, Ind.Survivors .
    9 great-grandchildren and include four grand.
    'I illness. grandchildren, 3 great Funeral Home of Starke.
    2 (treatgreatgrandchildren.'Funeral 1897, Mr. Wells moved to Crescent children, William M. Bell of
    grandchildren; 5 sisters, Carolyn
    Born in Baker Mr.Rhoden
    lived several County in ,Jacksonville services were held Tuesday Scigle of Goodland, Ind., Amelia Beach in 1946. He was a graduate of Mrs. Ruth P. Cox Gainesville, Donald Bell of
    years Gainesville School attendedthe
    In the Harmony Freewill Englehardt of Breman, Ind. Ruth High Tallahassee, Michael Bell of
    where he was a truck driver Baptist Florida and Mrs. Ruth Pauline Cox, 83. of Santa
    Church with Rev. Bud HiU of Baer, Helen Stewart and Bernice University was a l Sarasota and Cindy Brown of Colum-
    Fe Lake died
    I foreman with the Highway Depart member of the Gator football team. Friday, May 8 at
    ment. He lived in Bradford County ficiating. Burial followed in Elzey Rudin, all of Phoenix, Arizona. He was a veteran of World War II in her residence following an extended bus, Ga. ; and six great
    II grandchildren.
    Chapel Cemetery, under the direc- Funeral services were held illness.
    before moving to Decatur H4 '
    years the U. S. 'Army. He owned and
    ago. tion of Archer Funeral Home of Wednesday, May 13 in the First Born in Jacksonville on June 12, Graveside funeral services were
    Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Lake Butler. Christian Church of Lake Butler, operated O.P. Wells Hatchery in 1903, Mrs. Cox moved to Melrose held Wednesday, May 13 at Eliam
    Gainesville and farmed in
    I Lomie Dukes Rhoden;one daughter, with Rev. S. C, Couch and Rev. Art Gainesville until his retirement in (Santa Fe Lake) in 1982. She was the Cemetery In Melrose with Rev. Tom
    Peterson officiating. Burial will widow of John T. Cox Sr. and Gordon officiating. Masonic Rites
    Mrs. Jacqueline Cherry of Kinston, Rev. Raymond M. Baer was a
    1946. He was a poultrymanin
    pioneer administered. Jones Funeral
    follow in Dekle under the homemaker were
    Cemetery and member of
    N.C. two U.E. "Al" Rhoden Mayfair
    I ; sons. Rev. Raymond M. Baer, 76 of central Florida working with UF Home of Heights was in
    and Snnford both of Decatur direction of Archer Funeral Home of Baptist Church of Jacksonville. Keystone
    Terry ,
    ; Ocala, died Monday morning In the professors and was past president of charge of arrangements.
    Lake Butler. The in
    two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Lee Combs family requests the Alachua Farmers Survivors include one son, John T.
    of Macclenny and Mrs. Annie Den- Alachua General Hospital after an lieu of flowers that donations be County (Tommy) Cox, Jr., also of Santa Fe
    :: ton of Sanderson; two brothers Carl extended illness. made to Building Fund of First Marketing the Ancient Assn.City He was a memberof Church Lake and two grandchildren. Jake Taylor Prevatt

    Rhoden of Glen St. Mary and Roy Born in Eureka, 111., he attendedthe Christian Church, P. O. Box 129, until becoming a charter Baptist member of Graveside funeral services were Jimmy and Lisa Prevatt of Starke
    Lincoln Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656. held Monday 11 at Riverside the birth of their Jake
    Rhoden of Jacksonville; and one Christian Seminary in the Anastasia Baptist Church, bothin May announce son,
    grandson.Funeral Lindoln Ill. He was camp managerof Rev. Baer was a member of the Crescent Beach area. Memorial Park in Jacksonville with Taylor Prevatt, born May 3 in
    services were held Mon- the Christian Service Camp in Civitan Club in Anniston, Ala. and Brother Danny Roberts officiating. Gainesville. Jake weighed 7 IDS.8 oz.
    day, May 11 in the Chapel of Archer Watseka 111., for nine years. He Past President of the Lake Butler Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Arrangements were handled by Maternal grandparents are Mr.
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler. ministered in many churches,which Boar Club. He was also on the Ida Lea Wells of Crescent Beach; Jones Funeral Home of Keystone and Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr. of
    Burial will follow at Riverside included First Churches of Pitt- of Directors for Bradford two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie W. Heights. St. Augustine and John Mitchell of
    Cemetery in Jacksonville.. Archer swood 111.. Milford, 111., Lake City, Assn. for Retarded Citizens and a Crutchfield of Richardson, Texas Jacksonville. Maternal great-
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in Fla., La Grand Christian Church member of the Council of 100 for the and Miss Cora Lea Wells of St. Mr. Marion M. Bell grandmother is Helen Cranfill of
    charge of arrangements.Mrs. and Wellborn Christian Church, both North American Christian Convene Augustine; two sons,Orian P. Wells Mr. Marion M. Bell, 81, of Lake Starke.
    t of Anniston, Ala., First Christian tion Association. Jr. of Starke and Nimrod Wells II oI Geneva, died Sunday, May 10 in Paternal grandparents are Mr.
    Elsie McCallMrs. Church of Lake Butler and Starke. Greenville, Miss.; sister, Mrs. Allie Bradford Hospital in Starke following and Mrs.J.T. Prevatt, Jr. of Starke.
    Elsie Mae Bielling McCall He was presently minister of the Howard of Gainesville; nine grand a brief illness. Great-grandparents are Mr. and
    75,Steinhatchee, died Wednesdayat First Christian Church of Keystone Orian P. Wells Sr. children and seven great- Born in Carlisle, Ky., on Dec, 13, Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Sr. of Lawtey and
    the Quality Health Care Center in Heights. Mr. Orian P. Wells, Sr., 89, of grandchildren. 1905, Mr. Bell moved to Lake Mr. and Mrs. W. H Agner of
    Winter Garden after an extended il- Survivors include his wife Louise Crescent Beach, Fla., died Thurs Graveside funeral services wereINTRODUCTORY Geneva in 1979. He was a Catholic Kingsley Lake.

    f lness.
    Born in Providence, Mrs. McCall
    ,, lived most of her life in Steinhat-
    SPECIAL FROM CULLIGAN
    chee. She was a housewife and
    member of First Baptist Church in .
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    Survivors include daughter, Mrs. ;
    Sandra Verrechio of Orlando; son, RENT
    Robert D. Roy of Valdosta, Ga.;
    sister, Mrs. Lucille Bielling Mat-
    thews of Alachua; brother, Frank O.
    Bielling of Steinhatchee; six grand- SOFT
    children and one great-grandchild. Nos's NEWLY REMODELED
    held s
    Graveside services were ,
    Thursday, May 7 at the Old Providence e>
    Cemetery in Providencewith Magnolia HotelWalnut
    Rev. Eddie Blalock officiating. WATER

    Archer Funeral Home of Lake Street Across from Post Office Starke
    Butler was in charge of ar

    rangements.Mrs Has few air conditioned
    a rooms

    Thelma MathisMrs. I $9O $ ooo

    Thelma Lee Mathis, 83, died FOR RENT
    Monday, May 4 in Lake Butler after Installation
    : 1st Month
    I a lengthy illness. I Special by the
    ,
    Born in Salem Mrs. Mathis lived
    there most of her life until 1982. She 1
    was the daughter of the late Roann I 1-800-342-9084 Night, Week or Month
    Palford Lee and the late former ,

    Laura Josephine Bennett. She was 1 .. ....,. ... ,I!!,.'
    1 ''" 'O"',' ,-", "", ."'. ,' .l. .4,
    married to the late Rubin Ellis :;..' -- ; ',;': <'7J>""''I\c. .'\ ",... .\ "", ,"' ," '"

    Mathis housewife.who died in 1981. She was a ..'.1.\:; "',>.-...:.'..,."\" 'dh."f.:,. \..?::...... :\P., '.._;t"'hk: .\.'.J,J"

    Survivors include three
    daughters, Frances Waters of Lake
    Butler Josephine Dixon of '
    Waycross, and Mattie Lou Andersonof LORIDA W'd&stGn RDEN
    Cross City; four sons, Robert REST LA
    j Davis of Port St.Joe,Barney Mathis ONTROL /
    } of Perry, Willie Mathis of Blount- ,. CENTER
    ''''''
    stown and Ellis Mathis of Lake City; I''C"
    I I 17 grandchildren and 15 great grand- 539 E. Call Street Call 964-5745
    .\ children. ,. l
    Funeral services were held
    : Wednesday, May 6 at the Airline I KILL '
    Baptist Church with Rev. R. A. MOLE CRICKETS ROSESThe
    Kelley and Rev. Riley Pridgeon of SALE
    ficiating. Interment followed at the 5199Border
    Airline Cemetery. Joe P. Burns Easy Way

    Funeral Home of Perry and Mayo Use
    was in charge of arrangements.

    Jamison Vita-Pedic i
    Kenneth A. Thornton Grass
    ,
    Ralph and Alice Thornton of t\i'Yield\
    Starke proudly announce the birth of 405 DELUXE FIRM $2 99
    15 Ib.
    a son, Kenneth Andrew, on May 9 at Bag IlWiIJJ! : 1 Gal.
    q',,' Gainesville, and weighing 9 Ibs. 11 treats up to s._ lonl '
    oz. He joins brother Allan, 13: years 5000 ft. 0111'
    old and sister Denise, 6 years old. Premium Bedding sq. oil'r1489 Apple I Trees
    Maternal grandmother is Mrs.

    : Lorine Sanders of Starke. Paternal : i Reg. 9.99
    it I grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. W. _
    J. Thornton, also of Starke.
    i $799HIGH
    Never before has Jamison'spremium Apply granules in the

    '11 Crawford Long Hilton Vita-Pedic bedding evening & water-in well.

    Mr. Crawford Long Hilton. 93, of been available at fantastic say -7

    Lake Butler, died morning ings like these. Your opportunity w _
    i I in the Alachua Genera Hospital to sleep on the best and enjoy -
    after brief illness.
    I a substantial the '
    Born in Early County Ga., Mr. savings plus
    I Hilton moved to Lake Butler 54 famous 15 year pro-rated WHEELERS

    years ago. He owned and operatedhis Jamison guarantee. We offer
    l' farm on SR 18 West until his the best guarantee becausewe They Roll Easier
    retirement. He also retired as County -
    Road for Union build the best bedding.
    ,e'! County. He Superintendent was a member of the (Free repair or replacement t Cuts Finest Grass to Rough Field

    } Harmony Freewill Baptist Church during the first five years on 1, Grass with ease .... Simple
    i near Lake Butler. warranted defects.) All sizes s I '
    Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Heavy Duty Construction for
    of mattresses and box
    Bessie Hilton; three daughters, Years of Dependable Service.
    Marie E. Dukes and Mattie V. springs available. And, look c C --- ,'
    at these features:
    a 12O
    up ,o off

    ''. '\ NO MONEY DOWN
    f DuPont Receives Gold Mattress
    41
    Medal for PerformanceThe strong 14 gauge steel-405 coils to qualified buyers

    I The DuPont Company has received 5 turn coil support _______
    ,'I the World Environmental durable 6 gauge border wire Model MX16-S 4 HP 21" cut 339" 16

    t Center's 1987 Gold Medal for International luxurious quilted cover 16" Rear Wheels.. reg. 399.99

    3 3i'I,i Achievement.Corporate Environmental comfortable second foam layer Model 416SP-S 4 HP- 21" cut, self 51999propelled 24
    )
    i DuPont President Edgar S. gametted felt for extra comfort 16" rear wheels... reg. 599.99 ???k

    Woolard accepted the award from Model 524-S 5 HP I/C engine 24" cut
    I Lee Thomas, administrator of the 549" 263O
    Box Spring 20" rear wheels ... reg. 679.99
    U.S. Environmental Protection
    I Agency,on May 8 at a formal dinnerat heavy duty coils-Electro-Lok* Grid Top Model 524SP-S 5 HP I/C engine 24" cut 639"

    the Hall of Presidents in Jamison exclusive-protector pad self propelled 20" rear wheels reg. 759.99

    Washington, D.C. exclusive kiln dried hardwood for
    In selecting DuPont for this honor strength
    the WEC Award Jury commendedDuPont a
    for its 'new pollution-
    reducing technologies and enlightened SALEg Twin Size GET AT Trade
    environmental policy, im- 3900 '
    I OO
    plemented beyond mandated requirements PRICE Each Piece LEAST In

    and applicable For Your Old Rider
    .I b Uiroughout'the world" Plus "FREE" Bed Frame with each set.
    DuI
    Don Luebke, plant manager At -
    I Pont's Lawtey plant, says "the ON ANEW
    award is one that all DuPont FREE DEUVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Same As Cash':

    employees share because it is the en- Credit Terms AvailableF.p RIDER
    vironmental progress made at Individual DENMARK
    plants, as well as the com- Choose from 25" to

    I pany's overall environmentalpolicy : 44" cut 7HP to 11 HP
    FURNITURE
    that captured this honor.
    ,
    is of [ NEW STORE HOURS: engines pull
    Founded in 1802, DuPont one D Easy or

    companies the largest in chemical the world,and with energy plants )"a""o.I ,_ 434 W. Call Street / 411 W. Madison St.8loo Monday a.m. .-5:30 Friday: p.m. Key-Lectrlc start.

    employing 140,000 people In more = 964-5826 964-5827 8:00: '.m. 1:00: p.m. 1
    than 50 countries. The Florida mine Grass Catchers Available PRICED

    produces heavy.which mineral is used sands in the in J'a.a.r..1 n I I Starke, Florida Saturday 2 Year Limited Warranty FROMNo :1049 5

    manufacture The ,. .. t,
    of white pigment.
    plant employs 260 people. b..4 4m eAN a &l2'uut' Z:rm'. s" d __ Money Dqwn to Qualified Buyers Ask Usra.'r.

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    FHP. ]Predicts 34 People Will Die



    The Florida Highway Patrol is weekend with a special emphasis on 42 percent of the people killed
    predicting that 34 people will lose DUI offenders
    speed enforcement, were 30 years of age or younger.
    their lives
    on Florida's highways and the use of occupant restraints Including '
    52 percent of those Killed were
    during the upcoming 78th Memorial child restraints.The drivers. 1 ;- ? ? 1 r

    Day holiday period beginning at 6 FHP has committed to a full- 78 percent of vehicle occupants ?k? : k :
    p.m., Friday, May 22 and ending at scale effort to reduce holiday killed were NOT wearing seat belts.. ]
    midnight, Monday, May 25.
    deaths. 00 percent of the fatal accidents
    "Past history has indicated that "We have subscribed to a nation- occurred during clear weather.
    one person dies every two hours and wide effort entitled 'OPERATION 65 percent of the fatal accidents I Yl
    eighteen minutes during these holiday C.A.R.E.' (Combined Accident occurred at night. I r, li 4 .w;, rtr rd
    periods," said Colonel Bobby R Reduction Effort) involving 48 36 percent of the deaths were
    Burkett "It has become a sad Indictment states, N.II.T.S.A., and the National alcoholrelated."In r tr .
    when a holiday which Safety Council," according to y
    should begin a series of festive sum- Burkett. rY
    mer holidays often turns into "The lifesaving measures gained
    tragedy because of the needless car- through the sharing of enforcement examining these historical ; 8
    nage on our highways," Burkett ad techniques and other resources will facts, it is easy to see that many
    most certainly become a plus for deaths might be avoided through 4 Ia .
    ded.The ."Florida during this nationwide effort eliminating dangerous driving
    FHP will utilize every ," said Burkett. habits. We urge all motorists to use
    member available to enforce all 1986 Memorial Day fatal accident sound judgement in their travels this .r
    traffic laws during the holiday data indicated the following: holiday," Burkett concluded. ,

    w a r
    I _.... .
    News Briefs 'DAC.r dal!

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    '.
    Recent ArrestsIn I"Summer- ,... 1
    Bradford Traffic .
    Lindsey pled guilty NVDL; fined -- 7x'
    Bradford CountyThe $101.25. ;
    Criminal CourtThe -
    --= ;;;; -, _.. .
    following arrests were made Misdemeanor Court
    following defendants appeared Fun...
    by local authorities. before Judge George Pierce William R. Alvarez pled no contest
    May 5 in Bradford Traffic Criminal disorderly conduct; case dismissed. Girls from all over the area can have fun this Sum- organization.
    Timothy Lee Tyler, 28, was arrested Court. Walter Lee Henderson pled guilty mer at one of the Girl Scout Camps sponsored by the For more information see the story below.
    May 9 on a warrant charging worthless check (ten charges);
    violation of probation (possession of Harry II Hilgerson charged with ordered to make restitution out of
    a controlled substance), accordingto driving while license suspended posted bond money.Henderson Girl Scout Camps Offer
    Investigator David Aderholt. (DWLS); presented valid license, pled guilty three
    Bond was set at $2,500, he was ordered to pay $50 court costs. charges worthless check; ordered to
    released on his own recognizance. Thomas E. Harrison,Jr. pled guil- make restitution under Salvation Army

    ty improper tag; fined $101.25. supervision. Variety of JIll"
    Henry Edward Wilkes, 18, was arrested Harrison pled guilty careless driving Clyde W. Davis pled no contest Experiences
    May 7 for trespass on school ; fined $50. disorderly Intoxication; six months GIRL SCOOTS
    property, resisting arrest with David B. Brotherhood pled guilty Salvation Army probation, violateno
    violence and escape, according to DWLS; fined $101.25.Brotherhood laws, attend Bradford-Union Who has horses, white water rafting (flowing springs and an OLYMPICsize Girls may register for one week
    Patrolman John Hodges. Wilkes was pled guilty no tag; Guidance Clinic for alcohol abuse, mountain back packing, sail- pool. two weeks, four weeks or the cubic
    causing a disturbance and became fined $101.25. fined $101.25.Eric ing, windsurfing, theatre and 75 Explore the possibilities availableat sumer. For first time campers
    uncontrollable when the authorities Brotherhood pled guilty unlawful Wayne Manning pled guilty years of camping experience two resident camps, a variety of there are mini-camps that include
    tried to get him off the property. speed; fined $86. possession of cannabis; sixty days The Gateway Girl Scout Council, mini-camps or day camps. Besides mom and dad.
    Two National Guardsmen came to Raymond G Hall pled guilty no probation, fined $191.25, violate no that's who... specialized activities, all campers Camp brochures are available by
    the aid of the police and Wilkes was valid driver license (NVDL); fined laws. All girls, including non-Girl have an opportunity to swim, calling, Jacksonville 388-4653;
    arrested. Bond was set at$5,000, he $101.25 or ten days in jail. Forrest Mack Carter pled no con- Scouts, are invited to join the fun at cookout, hike, make a variety of Gainesville 376-3004 and Lake City.
    was released on his own Arthur David Lindsey pled guilty test possession of cannabis; orderedto camp. crafts, sing and share a campfire. 755-0051.
    recognizance.Paul drying while intoxicated pay $50 court costs. Camps begin June 28th and run
    (DWI/DUI); fined $362, license Ruby Kennedy pled no contest through August 8th. The camps are
    Rodgers, 30, was arrested suspended six months, attend DWI truant child; six days court probation located in a variety of beautiful set
    May 6 on a capias charging battery, school, 50 hours community work, violate no laws, child must attend tings in North Florida and the SAWYERGIBSON
    according to Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Salvation Army supervision one school or mother will be in eastern United States Boardwalk
    Bond was set at $2,000, he was year. violation. trails through cypress wetlands offer .
    released on his own recognizanceand adventures in wildlife observa-
    ordered to stay away from the tion and study. Another camp offers SAL!<
    victim. olwiww t I!
    urnoar 11

    Eddie Speed, 22, was arrested '
    May 4 for violation of probation PLEASE SEE OUR AD IN THE THURS. .
    (burglary of a conveyance), according I TIMES UNION FOR OUR : ;.Yr ,,, roHURRY .
    to Deputy Doug York He was ( euva
    released on his own recognizance.Frank "' ;,. .11 \
    -I "II A
    ..,
    F. Bentley,31,was arrested
    May 6 for grand theft, according to
    Investigator Don Denton. Bond was
    set at $1,000, he was released on his :-- "
    own recognizance. .::: .""

    Joseph Edward Thornton, 18, of U 'WINE FESTIVAL
    Union County was arrested May 5
    for disorderly; conduct, according to _
    Deputy York. Bond was set at$1,000, 91prth Jtoridds: Largest, Mast Complete Wine Selection AUTOMATIC WASHER
    he was released on his own
    recognizance. PRICES BEGIN 1 Vigorous Double-Scrub Washing

    THURS. MAY 14th. THRU Action
    Phillip Louis Lee,21, was arrested
    WED., MAY 20th. FLEISCHMANN'S Gibson For Economy And
    4
    May on a capias charging posses gmILVIrV
    sion of cannabis, failure to appear Reliability
    fleeing attempting elude), wilful- + fiiN -
    wanton reckless driving, accordingto
    Lt. Glen Moore. He was releasedon SKOL \i- $298GIBSON
    '
    r
    his own recognizance. ih DISTILLED DRY =

    Pernell Wade Williams, 28, was it GINor GINLITER
    arrested May 4 for violation of probation L jff
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    according to Deputy York. niiXAMAxIt _
    80VODKA
    He was released on his own 1.75 LITER 83.00 % AUTOMATIC DRYER
    recognizance.David II II SUo of a -
    Fast, Effective, Economical Drying
    Andrew McKinney, 19, of VODKA 999CASE t:>i Power

    Duval County was arrested May 5 Quiet, Efficient Drying SystemS248
    for disorderly conduct, according to
    OF 6
    Deputy York. Bond was set at$1,000, YIELD y
    he was released on his own 59.50 THE KEYS
    recognizance.Diana u wu MIMING wxlxryi [

    Marie Smith was arrested xWYIxvei
    May 11 on a capias charging three
    counts of dealing in stolen property,
    according to Investigator David Imported n
    Aderholt. Bond was set at$3,000,she
    was released on her own Canadian -
    recognizance. house .,
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    Traffic Daniel James Herr of Gainesvillewas RARE WHISKY SCOTCH ta? CANADIAN I LITER Mt'I : j1.

    arrested May 10 for driving 1.75 LITER 33.802. :
    ( MIST
    under influence (DUI/DWI, accor- 59201. ? CASE
    ding to Trooper J. H. Horler. Herr's CASE HlJt oq se 799 OF0i2
    blood alcohol content was .23 per 0F6 1195 no,1Gn J lCiirii71OO MAGIC CHEF
    GIBSON
    cent. He was released after a$362.50
    surety bond was posted. rr 30" GAS OR

    5 FT. CHEST ELECTRICRANGE
    Clyde Hogan McRae of Starke was
    arrested May 8 for DUI, accordingto FREEZER
    D. C. Roberts. He was
    Trooper fur
    n
    was released posted.after a $624.50 surety bond sr'x,.. SEAGRAMSGOLDEN; 1 1; $198 8278.

    SAGO DYYr OO'NpWA I Il
    Donald Ray Taylor, 38, was arrested .
    May 7 on a DWI charge from g1J. 1L.A'N
    SPIRITS y
    Alachua County. Bond was set at t REFUND
    O
    $2,000, according to Lt. John Demp- ,iEF" COOLER ARKIA
    sey. Taylor was released to Alachua d VAl l '

    CountyauthoriU. GIN .CANADIAN XIr100 GAS GRILL

    Arthur Bruce Nona of Starke was RUM VODKA 1.15 LITER DUAL

    arrested May 11 for failure to pay hjs A 12 OZ. 37.201. JIMBE4
    fine (DWLS), according to Lt. Glen PAl BTLS. 9 BURNER
    Moore. He was released on his own 7t0012j Automatic

    recognizance to pay $101.25. 429 RCA Spark
    I
    ........................... 19" CABLE READY TV Ignitor

    CASE9flq2 ChanneLock Digital Keyboard

    Museum Celebrates 25.00 Control
    Quartz Crystal Cable TUning
    William Bartram Day

    Explore Florida as naturalist 8287.Sewe
    William Bartram, a leader in .
    American nature writing, saw 'It Inthe _
    late 1700s on William BartramDay ,.,
    Sunday May 28 from 2 to 4
    ,
    p.m. at the Florida State Museum NAVALLE WINES Fue vda 1d
    ;
    Hands-on exhibits including birds, ,BLANC DE BLANC REGULAR & LIGHT

    a gopher tortoise, plant specimens BLUSH ..BURGUNDYCHENIN JRgGmA! Bud-l1Ielser. '"
    and sea gulls will be d played. BLANC 12 OZ. CANS
    ...
    .
    "William Bartram's Florida, a RHINE -ROSE pMp0 I
    JSHr lWl Ww IP
    about Bartram's earlyoration" .CHABLISCOLOMBARO 310 I rER ar-L". 'C" 6-PAK CASE
    will be shown con- -
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    tinously This museum in the museum event classroom.Is free and c:23.50 c 599 NAVALLE WINE 41..61"s. 269 1065 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 9647701HOURS

    to the public. ,
    open M-S eamOPEN SATURDAY
    call
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    Starke Area Classified AJSTh




    NOTICE YARD SALES MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT

    FOR SALENEW t i
    CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted .
    MUlTI-FAMILYl 1025 W. Madison St..
    to the Bradford County Saturday only 5/16 9 a.m. til? FREE MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK ci"wuhbern'

    Telegraph office In writing and paid In washing machine needs timer clothes, ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Mobile Homes and spaces for rent
    .
    odvanc. unless credit It already furniture, .bnme' crafts, fishing equipment Wells at AftW Mobil.Home 964-6407 Recreational vehicles welcome: Phone X
    964-7498. 9/16 tfn
    established with this off lc.. misc Items, special items from or 964-6408. 6/14 Ifnrw I
    THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II the Orient Jade pendants, silk (ewelry :3 BEDROOM IVi bath mobile '--. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR.2 REALTY '
    BA Far Information cell Loka.
    HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN to Include necklaces, bracelets and Must be moved. Call 964-6561 after 4 opt. more
    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER earring., silk dolls, leather wallets, p.m. 4/30 tfnchg Butler Apts. 49f>.3141. Equal Opportunity
    Housmo 6/7 tfnchg 4
    THE TELEPHONE. special made silk Gotor color jewelryand MUST SELL ;
    Classified deadline Is 3 ROOMS FOR Rf NT: Magnolia Hotel, $8p.r PHONE 96 .7776
    TUESDAY. more. Itpd 5/14 BR 2 bath doublewide. Includes 045*.
    NOON prior to Thursday publication 9 till Bunk with dishwasher, night.From$35 per week. Discount
    SATURDAY ONLY 3/16 a.m. skirting payments
    offered for longer term Apply In 205 N. Temple Starke I
    ,
    Classified display deadline TUESDAY. beds, dinette, sheets, lot. of mist $259. Call 1-390-3969.: 5/7 4tchg 3/26 person
    5:00: P.M. Sp.clal Classified display Items. 100 South to Grlffit loop left on ASSUME 2 BR. small equity. C/A, with Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St across '
    from Post Office. TF
    plac.m.nt It NOT Guaranteed. 8th Ave, blue haute on left In curve. dishwasher. skirting. Payments $199. Cecil. Terw111eger
    Minimum for classified ads isIS APARTMENTS FOB RENT Newly
    charge
    964 8545. Itpd 514THIS Call1.J90.3969.: 5/7 4tchg 3/26
    words for $3.SO. th.n IS cents for IS ITI I The one you've been waiting TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3 BR. 2 BA. 14 x decorated everything furnished. Laundry -

    each word thereafter. on. BIG, BIG YARD SALE. 515 Alton Rd., 70. $500 down. $190 mon.... UncleRoy' .!facilities included. Video room Imagine. .
    able. Will accept on* child. no
    5/16, 9 o.m til? Gas stove, antique s.Ocala 1.351.8514. 5/7 4tchg 3/26 .
    pets Palms Apr,.. 2313 N. TempleAve .
    PERSONALS dresser miscellaneous household ASSUME PAYMENTS we will help you .. '- <32091. S/l TF The opulence of the Ta j Mahal...
    items, ceramics clothes and much qualify. Several to choose. from. Uncle
    PINE FOREST APTS. 2 ft 3 BR The Palace.
    opts now grandeur of Buckingham ..
    much more. 964.5602. Itpd 3/14 Roy s. Ocala 1.351.8514. 3/7 4tchg 3/26
    ALONE" Call BRINGING PEOPLE _0'1. Coil 9.5. Mon. thru Fri 9646312
    TOGETHER! Starker most respecteddating SATURDAY MAY It: 8 a.m. Iii? 1540 S. DON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. CoIl 1/8 tfnchgWAREHOUSE The splendor of Versailles...

    service since 1977. All oget Including Walnut St., Starke. Look for signs the experts at financing. Uncle .....'.. STORAGE SPACE for rent Now.picture all thatA
    Clothes, TV lots of miscellaneousItems. Ocala 13518514. 4tchg 3/26
    senior cltlsens by the month, SxlO So 1Ox2O 10x10,
    Itpd 5/14 HOMES OF MERIT: 4 BR. ? BA Deluxe. little closer to home...
    1.800.648.4401. 4/2 tfn *3S per month. Call Ron Denmark
    17S7 N. TEMPLE AVE., Lot 20 B.hlnd 9.9Y financing. $223 month. Uncle 9647071 I/IS tfnchg A little more affordable...

    CARS & TRUCKS Bradford Motet 4 families, Fri. ft Sat. Roy' Ocala I.351.1814. 3/7 4tchg 3/26 2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood.Hwy And)1ou.llfind it in...
    Household goods, etc. Itchg 3/14 HOMES OF MERIT 3 BR. 2 BA Great '
    16. <* mile from city. 468-1323
    177 CORVETTE silver/gray one owner, THRE FAMILY SALE Sot.. 8.30 til.Clothes Room. 9.9% financing. $199 month. 2/12 tfn "Distinctive Properties and Estates"
    all sites, baby layette, etc. Household Uncle Roy's Ocala 13511814. 3/7
    $8200.964.7271 or 9644319. 2/26 tfn ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modern 2 Terwillegar RealtyWe
    items. SE 1st Street Road 230 on. mile 4tchg 5/28 .
    19SS VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition BR home with 1 acre furnishedWeek.
    still under full warranty buying an '87 past hospital. Itchg 5/14 UNCLE ROY'S Shop and compare. ly. or monthly. Call collect 9O4-246-416O
    Skyline, Fleetwood Redman. Peach Proudly Present Today
    Polaris. whit. w/black accents, silver- or 1112440.4/9 tfnchg
    .. Liberty Homes of Merit. We TCHNT VIEW" LAKE BROOKLYN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS One of Florida'smost
    grey Interior very sporty. AM-FM HOMESFOR FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS
    hove it all. Uncle Ocala beautiful views. home with
    Roy's panoramic Complete privacy Charming
    stereo cassette AC five-speed N.w 1 ft 2 BR umtt. Call 964-7295.
    $13.500 Asking $8,500. Call 964.6305 SALE 1-351.1814.5/7 4tchg 5/28 between 9 a.m. ft 11:30 O.m. Mon.. everything-your heart desires. Excellent condition throughout. Every
    24 X 52 HOMES OF MERIT. 3 BR. 2 bath. amenity can Imagine.This i It something special for that special I family.
    I MFtfn you !
    or 473 4380. Ask for Mark. T...... Thur. ft Frl Equal Opportunity _
    19000. Call 964 8566 after S 5/7
    I 1965 BARRACUDA (Plymouth Valiant) :3 BR, 2 IA BRICK VENEER HOME with 2tchg 5/14 p.m. Housmg 4/23 tfnchg IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY MINT CONDITION BRIGHT ft AIRY newly

    Bubble Back needs some work $1000. fireplace and garage, on 5 acres. 1980 14 X 56. 2 BR. I BA. Downpoyment 3 BR. 2 BATIK 1st floor opt Appliance remodeled. 1.720 sq.ft.. CHftA. BR. 2 BA great room fenced yard extra
    080. Call 964-4701 12 noon 10 p.m. Beautiful home United Realty of and assume mortgage or cash. furnished. No pets. S25O per month closets. tool shed.
    4/30 4tchg 5/21 Stork. 964.8447 473.3627. 3/26 tfn 961.8198.4/30 Ifs
    or 964.7810 days. 964.7348 nights. 3/7 SAMPSON LAKE LOT OWNER FINANCED Approx. 103'x770>. Selling price
    1974 MERCURY 9-Passenger STATION 2 BR, 1 BA with 2.car garage. P.rfect for HOUSE FOR RENT: OB. 2 BR Fla. room .
    3tpd 5/21 $18.190. $2.000 dn. 10% Int. 10
    yrt.
    WAGON looks and runs good manyextras. retired couple. Easy walking distanceto with fireplace. 2 carports 468-1168 or
    NEW 14x56 Champion fully furnished. FACT NOT FICTION Commercial 301 N 240' 1.5
    $850. 964.5331. 4/30 4tchg 5/21 new shopping center 29999. Call 473-2157 5/7 2tchg 5/14 Super Hwy Frontage
    C.ntral and .
    19SS FORD F-ISOl Explorer excellent 961.5606.4/30 tfn air. setup delivered. 3 BR.2 6A DOUBLEWIDC mobile 'home on Acres $37,000.'WALKING .

    condition fully loaded 27.000 mil... THREE BEDROOM, I'/i bath CB home, Unbeatable. Buy at $175 mo.. $795 .large lot. Hwy 225.Call 1-468-1323. DISTANCE 3/1. block city water S .sewer fenced yard.

    964-877S after 4 p.m. Itpd 5/14 100x1001ot, paved ,street city utilities, 5/14 down. Call Steve at 272 6827. Itchg tfn .GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres, CH A A with approx.

    1977 CHEVY CONY. VAN 350 engine, concrete drive, 1 car garage with larg. ONE BEDROOM HOUSE for rent in 1.456 so. ft. SE 34th Ave.
    air stereo captains chairs trailer utility room. Priced below market BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on one acre. Starke. $20O: per month. No deposits HISTORIC:3.930: SQ. FT. HOME Lawtey, on 4.9 acres, completely furnlsh-

    hitch. Great condition $2500. value for fast sale by owner 964.6616 fully developed Ready to move on. required 964.5139. 5/7 2tpd 5/14 ed 12 M 65 MH. Zoned far 3 additional mobile homes! pecan trees,

    9645158. Itpd 5/14 after 6 p.m and weekends. Itpd 5/14 Monthly Itchg 5/14 payments$399. Bill. 272-6827. AVAILABLE SOON: 3/2 mobile home in magnolias and azaleas.

    1910 PONTIAC LeMant Station Wagon 6passenger the country. 1/1 opt $165 and effec SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corner
    MUST SELL
    runt good. $1195.782.3355.Itpd n.w Champion doublewide. (furnished)$14O.Tiffin ft Owens. lie RE lot. 12" x 65' MH. separate well ft septic tank, 2 car garage.
    PETS 1120.q.ft., S250 MO.. SI 2OO down. Call .
    5/14 brokers 964 5065. Itchg 5/14 YOUR SEARCH STOPS HERE Breaker BR. 2 BA frame home on 2 lots.
    Gerry. 272.6827. Itchg 5/14 TWO BEDROOM unfurnished house. Close. school CHOA
    to city water 44000.
    1979 CHEV. LUV longbed. Quick ..tort.r.body ROTTWEILER PUPPIES 6 weeks old. 1986 CHAMPION doublewide. 28x64 onone $160 mo. 706 MocMahon Street Apply OWNER WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR. 1 BA. newly painted corner lot. $25,000.
    Sired by VANGUARDS CONAN VON acre with screen room and 10x40
    and drive train in very good con deck Located off 209 5 miles at 806 N. Thompson St. Itpd 5/14 I2.M ACRES Pond. Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave ft Forsyth Rd $26.000.
    ANSEL Champion blood lines. Male and opprox.
    dition. 1500. Call 496.2298.5/14 2tpd. ONE LARGE BEDROOM TRAILER: $65 per
    EXHILARATING Creek divides 2 SR
    from VIEWMeandering high sides 100W
    5/21 female sire and dam on premises. Orange Pork. $5 000 down week. 483-1371 itchy 5/14
    964.8411 wormed and vaccinated 5/7 own.r fill finance Call Steve, ONE BEDROOM efficiency No just over the county line well maintained 2 stocked fish ponds .
    m lawtey
    2tpd 5/14 272.O650. Itchg 5/14 children. 782.3458. Itpd 3/14 singlewxle on 3.3 acres, high ft dry. beautiful setting.
    SPECIAL ORDER DOU9LEWIDES! : quality. FISHERMAN DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, drive-in
    TWO BEDROOM mobil."e on privatelot
    service, and best pric:... Global: HomeIn furnished or unfurnished $175 boathouse ft screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake inlet CHSA.
    Park Call EGG BAVLESS HWY 50 fenced ft crossfenced. 3 BR 1 BA
    Orange 1.272.0625. llchg $ after S FARM acres .
    month IOO deposit 964 8704
    David Lawson Paint & Body Shop 5/14 p.m. or anytime weekends Itchg 5/14 home w/aluminum siding 2 trailer hookups 4 chicken houses, fully electric

    i FINANCING AVAILABLE on used RENTALS AVAILABLE: SI SO month Owner finance. Present all offers.
    per
    Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR doublewides. This week sp.ciol:1981 and up.Call Susan. Faulkner Broker -ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acres. Minutes from prison on

    Pacemaker S899S. Call Bill. Owner at 9645069 or 964.4O48 TF Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space. 15500.

    229 NW 28th St. 964.6133. 1.272.6827.Itchg 3/14 FURNISHED efficiencies ft mobile 'homes ITS THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 198ODW T/ tailings, In middleof
    ??
    inside city, weekly. X monthly JO LU 4 acre inground pool wooden deck, playground t ,..jipment. 59000.
    Motel ft MH Park 9648810. 6/5 TF UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage. 3 lots.Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500.

    CORRECTIONAL. OFFICERS live near OtCtAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, 15000. Inspiring Scenery

    your work We have a mobile 'home to LAWTEV 4 BR. 2 BA. 2 story 1 Acre 100 Yrs. Old-$33,000.

    suit your every need Call us THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Guerdon doublewide.Sampson

    1.468.1323.2/12 tfn Lake access Great getaway I Just reduced to 30000.

    FLORILANDREALTY nJ: :3 II MH FOR RENT IN COUNTRY $175per RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH lovely landscaped surroundings! 2
    month plus deposit Now taking doublewide. Close Lake.
    BR. 2 BA 1.76 acres. to Crosby $39,000.
    LJ:! applications 4/23 HndhgTOWNHOUSE Call 964.3734 after 4 p.m. 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownies Rd. Owner will finance

    964-7700 $82.322. A smart Florida investment
    n afluotr FOR RENT 2 BR. I'v. bath .
    .' t7 393 N. Temple A"e. -After Hour.
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    I Vernle P. Odom Broka-oRa near schools in Keystone Heights. Pauline .........ph...2.. U..fU.'U',.. . V.M r,C- . . .'64.6323JOhotLongf0r4.Me.terAppraller.

    t 473-3681 5I4clg 6/4 . . . . . . . 496.2291
    TWO BEDROOM mobile home located
    on Anne Terwllleger Nelson . . . . . . . . 473-7541
    Griffis Loop Large lot with lots of
    MIDDLEBURG AREA:3/2 on '/ .... trees 468-2374 after 6 p.m Itchg 5, 14 Rand! ory. ... .. . ... . .... .. .. . . . . . 47S-2597

    Owner Financing. I ONE BEDROOM apartment air conditioned -I
    COMM. BUILDING IN CITY Jvst woll.d patio with -U

    waiting for e happening cell for shop/storage space. drapes carpet
    details. furnished or unfurnished Elderly and Classified Ads

    NICE BUILDING LOTS Joins Green children welcome. Coll 964 8601 5/14
    Susan M. Faulkner CRI. CRB PRESIDENT Acres. 4tchg 614 Get ResultsAccelerated

    ONE ACRE ft UP Lets Grehem. WE HAVE MOBILE HOME LOTS FOR SALE

    owner financing.ST. OR RENT Call Steve at 272 6827 Itchg
    ERA FAULKNER REALTY INC. .
    ROAD 100 Near Keystone.Loss 5/14 & ',

    Located Hwy 301.2 Blks S. SR. 100 $2.850 ft up. term SMALL 2 BEDROOM trailer In lawtey
    -3 ACRES Fronts SR 100 Near area. No children 7B2.3344 or f g f fl fHMOmm ff m amimmfmafimMtmmi HimfmmimiHiimHimmmm

    t 221 W. Lafayette Street Keystone, high. 7823942.511 TFce Realty I Ij
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    -F' 964-5069 LJb Market. Phone: 964-4544 1JJALL0;



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    *IMMACULATE CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE mobile home, has builton OUTLAW REALTY I *IN THE COUNTRY frame house, 3BR 2 Ba CH/A new carpet well |

    family room & porch, workshop, garage, pool S deck on 1 I septic:, on 5 acres.I .
    I COUNTRY HOME ON 10 ACRES: Brick 4 BR.2 Bo, tuknken living room,
    acre.
    1 formal dining room large family room w/fireplace, CH/A, central j
    lot.
    HWY. 16 EAST: Beautiful building I vacuum. workshop.

    *ACREAGE from I acre up. SPLIT FLOOR PLAN BRICK HOME Living room w/fireplace. formal dinI I

    WHISPERING PINES: furnished doublewide, owner financing. ing,room S BR. 2 Ba. .large. ear-in kitchen Inside utility room, enclosed I II

    *GOLFVIEW BUILDING LOTS. I garage on I acre.
    house lot. MATHEWS REALTY SPACIOUS CB HOME approximately 2.200 sq ft.. 3 BR. 2 Ba CH/A. |
    *WALNUT STREET: 2 story apartment on large
    441 Madison I central stereo/Intercom, range and dishwasher on 4.59 acres.
    HAMPTON OAKS: Nice building lot. BRADFORD Starke. FL 32091 HORSEMAN'S DREAM:61 acre training facility.2 BR. 2 Ba. gourmet kitI I

    APPROXIMATELY 1 MILE E OF HOSPITAL: 2 BR, 1 bath, CB 961-4169 I chen. training stock 32.stall barn with office, apartment tack room

    I with stocked fish pond. LIMEROCK I feed ,room center aisle concrete block' All board.fenced.I .

    MELROSE: Hwy. 26. 1 acre building lot with lake privileges. I ; flBl.t1iIl' I LOTS OF SPACE large CB home 2 BR, 2Ba family room extra larg.livlft9ldlning |
    breakfast nook on 3 acres. I
    INVESTMENT PROPERTY: I house S 6 rental units. Owner [ I MLS I rooms A window
    SALES 'GAINESVILLE Nice: CB home. 2 BR. 2Bo stove refrlg unit |

    financing. I terrazzo floors on 2 nice: lot,.

    HWY 16 EAST: 3.000 sq.ft.' 2 office units, 2 large workshopareas 1 Jacksonville ONLY.Multiple.dvI..MLS Listing agent Services: FENCED LOT CLOSE TO TOWN CB home 1,736 sq. ft.. 3 BR, 2 Ba. j

    with bay doors versatile building on 1 1/4 acres. 782-3172 for this area CH/A. garage.
    NEED RENTAL PROPERTY Frame 2 BR. 1 Ba stove ft ref rig, fenced lot,
    *COUNTRY CLUB AREA: Brick veneer, 3 BR, 2 bath, fireplace NICE BUILDING LOT Big Tree
    $20.000.
    assumable mortgage. Estates Only. 4 miles' to Keystone. WALK TO DOWNTOWN: CB home 3BR 1 Ba. CHI A. living/dining/kit.

    *GET OUT OF TOWN 3 BR. 1 bath home with workshop, aaw ro e. LAWTEV AREA 10 acre lots owner I chen. combo.

    screened porch '/ acre, priced in $30' financing.LAWTEV. I GOOO NEIGHBORHOOD Brkk 'home 3 BR, 1'/ bo. CH/A range ft
    12* 2 BR t BA. 13 acres
    S4S2--6O AC. FARM. 2 form .
    story refrig.. 130.500.DOUIlUWlDE .
    CROSBY LAKE: Over / acre lot. home horse stalls plus extra septic lank $60.GOO.
    much
    ponds I ON 2.6 ACRES 3BR. 2Ba. stove ft refrl) ig fans
    VA-FHA 3 BR two bath concrete block PRATT STj 3/1, CH/A. stove,
    OWNER WILL SELL : more. -w. I CH/A. on paved hwy. $79.000.I .

    CH/A, 530's.COUNTRY. 446--COMMERCIAL BlDG.. 3 BR. 2% refrig. microwave: oven ceiling fan I-$PUT FLOOR PLAN DOUBLEWIOEt 3 BRA 2 Ba. great room w/corner

    CLUB: 2584 sq. ft. cedar home, many extras including BA brick: home, fronts US 301, 3' children walk to school. Reduced to I fireplace, cathedral ceiling, range and dishwasher CH/A,

    2nd acres, pool. 35500. I st /workshop, on 2.7 acres.
    dramatic with hideaway rage
    story
    design open spaces, LAKE M/M PARK Approximately
    t 439--COMMERCIAL BLDG. In town. KIMGSLEV |'MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 2 BR. 1 Ba. 1986 model good price.
    loft oversize garage. Call for prearranged showing. office spaces, plus 10 city lott.Develope 153 waterfront with

    OWNER FINANCING on this 3 BR, I'/i bath new home. your dream Investment. owners 'home..BIOOKER SELECTED PROPERTIES
    t AREA Approx. 237 acres I LOT ON LAKE GENEVA- 100 ft. by 790 ft. deep on the water!
    Lawtey area. Lorraine Champion.Irol.erG of high rolling land reasonable. pric I-l a.2 ACRES Northeast Alochua County. Priced to sell.

    THREE BEAUTIFUL ACRES surround this 2 BR block home in REALTY LAKE CUTLER Reduced for quick I-!. ACRES In South Clay County. Residential-Agriculture. 17900.

    Theressa area. Priced right. ,-...-.... sale. 3 BR. 2 BA. CHftA large lot. only I*M ACRES NW Bradford County; a"ld.ntlal.agrlcultural. Great for

    *STUCCO HOME With four bedrooms on beautiful 1.25 acre lot. -.. .HI.....538.000. I raising chickens.
    94N71413.3095'f I-4.55 ACRES 2.16 ACRES Near Graham loned for MH.
    POOL included. Rental Income Property* (LAKE LOTS Crosby Lake and Sampson Lake, Owner financing

    *CONERLY ESTATES: Building lot available. EDWARDS RD.I Approx. 4 acres with I Available.

    1301 SOUTH: 7 acres with large 4 BR home and commercial ST""K&d,c N. T&Mru n J2GeI:, dbl/wida duplex. plus frame house. I CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.

    building. Owner financing. Excellent. income. Only 69500. I CITY BLOCK FOR SALE Northeast Section.
    FREE HATS while. they last. I HWY 391 SOUTH Two separate parcelt. Good business location.
    *OUT OF TOWN LIVING on one acre, fenced with DW mobile
    | Eorlton Beach 210 ft. Iron.
    HWY 301 SOUTH S acres near highway
    home, assumable mortgage. toga

    *NICE BUILDING SITE on this 35 wooded acres, few miles from Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S. COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 13.000 sq. ft. floor space. Priced '

    Starke. |Right.

    *LARGE 4 BEDROOM. 2'/ bath, two-story frame and brick 301.North. 864 Jemple Ave., Stark 0 -FRf E NOTARY SERVICES-

    home on 37''/ acre *Pumps Plumbing *Well Drilling, .C PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU 111 I I

    t. *WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN: 3 BR, 1 bath, some remodeling. MacClean Water Condition. ,, e..


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    HELP WANTEDREAL PERSONAL SERVICESWANT REAL ESTATEBOSSESfOISAlE --

    FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE

    ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks, fO MINK WA1lRE
    Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS !8IIfR' W ACOan1a1Nsh.rld! ::bswJt. twlM lAKE 2 BI lakefront cattoye. IMS SKYLINE 14X60 MH, 2 BR,
    lege. 7/3TFN WANT TO STOP 1 f. .Yr tNlDed>s....__....>m.151Riat6eBLf6 ......_,...Sakes me f-rm.ilaw**- Swlmv ski, a fl..,. $250 p.r week plus bedrooms on each .nd A 2 BA. Call for
    LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering THAT'S OUtS ei4l..S1eODMT ,fie -nmtttam mil pndl Im mi muse dapoBltt 4733856. 4tpd 4/23 5/14. Information. 473.7410328.3710 after
    Pines Care Center. 3-11 charge nurse, Alcoholic Anonym 1ETtp62OB1tfiatt7tDiBtt100lMiRII u._s- ........ I. of W ..aaWls1tedivr1Mtlst.ailss FOR LEASE OR SALE Luxury Condo. 3 5:30 p.m. 3/5 tfnchg
    full-time. PRN LPN' n..ded. EOE. 914-41*044219 -I.se -_ -, i:> _.....a : BIT. :3 BAv Overlooking water between TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3BR, 2 BA, '
    Phone 9646220. Exp.rl.nc.d need only :1d thrw ellS T.......__....Murky3raa MsC1eRR SAIIIF 0NNCt1I' lIE IItELD Malrae and: Keystone Height. f3* 14X70, $500 down, $190 per
    to apply. 2/12 tin CHAIN LINK FENCE Hfwtallad. **. FREE ORt r'13TA/1Es ,,11II NegotIable.term. Available In May. month. Uncle Ro,'., Ocala 3518514. I
    HIRING TODAY! Top Pay I Work at stlmotes. Handy-Man ...... Ca. > -.NIMCI5rAlflaOllcNE": After 9 p.....4753267. 4tchg 5/7-5/2S. 4tcha 57528. I
    Horn: No experience needed. Writ. Owner Tommy fleddlsh.-oII5I9.4fa. 1RE 1'Bht ts@. alMOND EACH Ocean front,large efficiency ASSUME PAYMENTS W. will help you
    Collage Industries 1407Vi Jenkins, HANDYMAN: carpentry' ....1"lng..1eG- rLI>--.N..Yds _i.II1IIBOIOftprt: condat sleeps 4, rent beginning qualify. Several to choose from. Uncle
    Norman, Oklahoma 73069. 4/3041chg tflcal, complete homm irn&,,.. E1IICmIC GIIITAIB -2 t7iiw.tr isss.nd.i..d tt.Tt- tpxWlmtimnleiw.w..wwdfimepr. May 30 $350. 473-3457. 2tchg Roy's, Ocala, 3518514. 4tchg 57528. I
    5/21 Reasonable roles.licensed j........cttIr_ MiM Tsll.rrtl tsS.r._R pamidSntpi I.ft5wmdsfbr$3:50'1. /14ro5l21'. DON'T TAKE NO FOR ANSWER Call the '
    DENTAL ASSTISTANT. Prefer al least Call Mitch. 4733940. D/..... l".w-'_5.sza. wIDr..m. tf1..w T IW.Itont'PSISCIrAa.U1IV1.aS: the.oft.rr.l HOUSE JOlt RENT Geneva! lake experts at financing. Uncle Roy'', I
    year experience. Apply at Dr. Flynn'on. FAIRFIELD ROOFING Fra. ....'-.0 _.. ... .... ere, Estate, 3BR 2BA family room, attached Ocala, 351-8514. 4tchg 57528.
    office, 603 E. Call St. 5/7 2tchg 5/14 Licensed, ,Insured and 110....... All :-- nsesl.a. rtlkwrYek.i1 )! garage,. new carper throughout. HOMES OF MERIT- 4BR, 2BA, Deluxe, 9.9 I
    REGISTERED NURSES for horn visit In types of roofing end .rapatr at15-Bpi! >31...........S3I'.D.-IEII>n..r S475 par mov 4752306. 1 tchg 5/14. financing. $225 per mo. Uncle Roy'., '
    Union & Bradford Counties. or 374-1443 onylime.l +irfmrtia' -.---.s.il-m.1ZrM hMYS..R>L'S.r : MOBILE HOME. Metros area, 2 BR, fur. Ocala 351-8514. 4tchg 57528. I
    background with current skills.Md-Surg Call WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and .mik...........:1'':>>1IootMI&ICN. niihed with porch. $180 per mo. plus HOMES OF MERIT 3BR, 2BA Great
    964.8772 for interview 5/7 freeiers In my chop.II buy.sell aritnada ealSsm ,.. .Ass I.... es d.pa.'f'68016634.' 2tchg 5/14-5/21. Room, 9.9 financing. $199 per mo. Uncle
    REGISTERED NURSES for Interavenous 2tchg 5/14 used appliances. 496-2O90. 112/SKn S1.................CainMTs.....1e. !1i.M IBIe.t1eT', "Maueea" ,. mobile) MOBILE HOME FOR RENT located on Roy's, Ocala, 3518514.
    team for antlbotlcs, chemotherapy SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS All unaka' ClMEIA'_tpaR1k 16e..rm. __......._ t--. .peei.. ds.Is... Mdawoik' Free Lab* Geneva, unfurnished 2 BR, UNCLE ROY'S SHOP S COMPARE -
    hyperal.! pain control & blood drew, cleaned, oiled and adjusted,SIS.Ulead ..! ;.... _. -,___ Cain (fete 49313901: :3VlUMpf T'/iBA. Clean, boat dock available. Skyline, Fleetwood, Peochtree, Redman
    .., tarmnslimr _> 2 .-- .er Slav & refrigerator Lak. Geneva Peachstat
    Call R. Alnsworth, R.N. at sewing machines for *al Ie. Jlama Liberty, Homes of
    1-800.3428601 for Interview. 5/7 Strickland, corner Morgan*d..end Hwy ..*,**: eamoj Mn..........,Daaj IF Mi itaj, ** MCMNfVvjjeV THirrrmmp tKtnmrxtruck. Rentals, 7302919.. Itpd 5/14. Merit 13* W* have It all. 3518514. I I
    5/14 2tchg 1 16, Stork. 964.8733.3/I9: "tfn Dll eM3RA2.Tr.: TAR TIIa u.-Bio4k.r1. 4Q3t 35r1G<< ...... 2 B. HOME clean, unfurnished dick 4tchg 57528. I
    MECHANIC EXPERIENCED with LAWN SERVICE Reasonable mates call Il..V:: AUCIA S15 ... Art f..ue 8ssew.I ..4a:5IIIJIP : : h.thyHSM with*a beautiful view of lake Geneva. 193 MOBILE HOME with corner fencedlot
    tools for nice used car lot. Mature own 964-4238. 4/2 tfnchg *.-.,.. aliMLia.. 7 ...., .east aYt EIInMCJ1CN1 ( Boat dock, stove ft refrigerator. Call to 2 BR, I BA, Silver Sands Estates,
    preferred. Send resume to person PO JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE 110 .......* sea ailk. aei .d. .t AJKMEifc. r et --iutsTKA. ) C JL 3 Carper sea today. Lake Geneva Rentals, priced below county tax appraisal.
    Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091. 5/7 tfn vice. Call for free ctimat**. 964-.1621! .'I1I1IIJ1IIoodw: tr .CB4PJ17/77m fra.*aHmotaMSCSULAMSCUS > 4732919Itpd: 5/14. 473-2730.2tchg 514521.
    PART-TIME FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER OR 964-6842.4/9 chgtfn pUSIIID flIRs.u--: ......! icses.Yp.w rRrail3 ne6tIFtSM Z MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW. 1X35 OLD ALUM. HOUSE TRAILER .
    will work Into full-time. Send GUITAR LESSONS BY SILL starting S3 .. all .--l' NC.v1DfAGGI Efficiency starting at $150 weekly. livable, need repair, furnished, make
    PO Box 6052, Stark, FL 32091.resumeto 5/7 per lesion hour. Heave mwesaoe, flxe..rwawrtB. am aMHea_ 9ea> aasMp'' Gall .. :_d'-jIPiWll' ; ita1RaLayeiing; Monthly' seasonal discounts. Lake offer. Turn left on SR 214 off 21 South, 1
    2tchg 5/14 964-8363 or 964-8564.5/14 2tpd S/21 -rsger ._ ....-. SeseroflmralU yessrrRmndWtmn. rwpaors.IJooII5 Geneva Rental. 4732919. Itpd 5/14. block past Mr. Mac', go 1'/ ml., turn I
    DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS- Must hove toms PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT 4It.aO 7taleg 5JW 4REa777 1.] 'r..5 TBS.Ie Or BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 left on 2nd Alderman Rd., go '/ block,
    experience. Florida Chauffer license. housekeeper and cook. Own Asa co vsR WEST''m-',_g it,.aBBMBMotlaam > 4III'ItCEb,.Tc s mesTeu BR ham with I acre, furnished week veer right on Mt. Vernon Dr., 1 block to
    7823608. 5/7 2tchg 5/14 totlon and ............ 7B2-394B. rttad I aKidl EEMB, tMalsllSJI l. HN'||'HEEEf--Rs..18 ,. mauine asr sun I.or-monthlll'' call collect 904-246-4160 trailer for sole sign. Itpd 5/14.
    5/14 HSD. will mSi..l-tar X9d 4tr.a -'II. tti..s 1 -.la8Ia.u.9: !5i :ztong;
    LOOKII I EARN $5 to $10 per hour selling or 473.2440.: 4/9 tfnchg
    SISTER SOPHIE PALM KEADE ......1C5.eS rya StIa :zrtIIE.m;
    Avon. For
    more Information call
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    7823068. Itpd 5/14 Advice ymedl md-urn, eYkr.rt "-," cIiaoItI: .....desks. 1'5)'DI S'-
    EARN THOUSANDS stuffing on all problems of Ilia,busman, u awe HELP WANTED
    envelopes.Rush .Qi4 IJc.n-e.dI! and! 1 Insured!.
    pswr
    $1 and .self-addr.ss.d love, marriage. SPECIAL this oaelt SID 1pn.omn. TJDmnsmstrlifa..elwSt.i4m AKC SNOW-WHITE GERMAN SHEPHERD
    stampedenvelope 111 SESeassrl.os 2811 1111... .. 4P57170L 2tp.r 5 r"5%!l
    to L S L Turner 8 Co., P.O.Box readings. Confidential. 5/14 2tpd S/Z1' waW FEDERAL.STATE ft CIVIL SERVICE JOBS.S14g70T pups, top line, $250. $50 down will
    NEED YOUR LAWN MOWED?Call DEREK: 51W hold. 16846634. 2tchg 514521.
    55 Quincy Fla. 32351. 5/14
    2tpd 5/21 .. tG $39.148/year. Now Hiring.
    CDUDM.m.S.CIIIA.-. C .
    at 964-8877 or 9646517. S/114 'sysrlasaii.
    MECHANICMAINTENANCElMaintenance I 5/21 2triw ... .7rts l2t QaRIIY.fkaafaRasa Calk' Job Line 1-518-459-3611 Ext
    on plant machinery, excellent IMDIog 511IoI F-3339A for info. 24 HR. 3tpd 57521.
    benefits. Apply In person, GRIFFIN FISmt raga. 1Iouor.'U" end!trod.mll.ctf.Bs >. MATH> TUTOR NEEDED FOR SUMMER HOMES FOR SALE
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    INDUSTRIES Hwy. 221, Hampton, LAND FOR SALELOT I--..:__ Usarrfurmnjrat: ; Elementary student need topnotchtutor. i
    between 9 am.4 ,4f .J- MaH y (iiiw nmul" > mina.Csrraes.f HOUSE FOR SALE
    p m. Experiencedonly [ Tutor must be patient, have good large 2BR, 2 full
    apply. 5/14 TFchg WIV.sriad.ee!iIl..ci6.. njm y>mir aft\ On*"mIs suersi.rrarrm aldvfoihiand; teaching skills, and be baths, central H/A fireplace, large
    R.N.: Immediate Opening In a progressive IN CITY: 6000.Coll 964-5764.:after flIR SIWE:: ........, tk.e.MaseSTLsweir asredislA..lee ... ... He qJ hospital specializing/ In 5, call 9645251. 3/07tfn edlbb, tkie ST "Ses.r 4sgZ11E8 3r:5: tftnohoJt positive outlook. Personal references Phone 4733192. 3tchg 57521.
    reconstructive plastic hand and WOODED LOT, LAKE VIEW SompeanLok __ern_ 11mx >trnsuesel.imr.dl --....."-JI..1"I f: Hww D' ewentiaL! Phone 473-2210 or 473-3756.
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    microsurgery. Night shift. $2,500 or best offar. Call i,4S7Im" ratik. :71N89I.nysrm. ..iHL &mmw aHarmunn SS andsss.de6a.7pns. PART-TIME MATURE LADY mature lady LOST AND FOUND
    Medical/surgical experience prefer 1-737-1807.5/14 4tchg 6/4 $ Ft.Ydlcinwtsd': 3VS "for child core and light housekeeping.
    red. 44 ACRES with 2 BR house will dimda TWO-mlDO!.a.rtk.entk-wr. ,N tu..ttg .
    Apply to Personnel at Lake Butler or Children' well-behaved. Ages 5 A 9.Must .
    Hospital Hand Surgery Center, SR 121 & into 10 acre or ,",ore 'ftrtoctA. (IPNtvnv KB iwr Hat lU...Jksriii s...... be- TOO percent dependable. FOUND In color dog, with mole collar.cocker Found spaniel 21B, reddish

    100 In Lake Butler Fla. 9044962323. 1.904-964-7771 or D-964-4537. Vichy" 47377211. ftfrdS/M f' ISCNAL! Reference must. Phone 473-2210 Little Santa Fe. 4753014. Itchg 5/14.on
    EOE 5/14 2tchg 5/21 S/14 Thurs., FrI, or Mart. 95.
    WARD CLERKi Immediate opening, experience TWO YtACRE lars chain (link hnoe, uoroacva.E5 "7A'RIOAIL 04: R tI__ F. ....... Work
    required. Apply to Personnelat utility building. 964-8392. Irtpd 5/94 .......Go6I 4BtSTDSek.2lpol 5 TeSTILc. HIRING TODAY Top Pay needed.I Write at
    Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Home No experience GARDEN STREET Keystone Hts.
    Industries, 1407Vh Jenkins,
    Center SR 121 S 100 Lake Butler, IIIOIIDAriIJo-SITS c..Il Cottage- Owner terms offered on 'this 3 BR
    9044962323. EOE. Itchg 5/14 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 7m.JII2B.IIIuIIwS Tee .BOATS Norman, Oklahoma 73069. 4/30 4tchg home, near schools with fenced bock
    MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE 8 Horn Nursing 1WII SUZIJIII S i5.. .....1 >1fiae64mM. 5ZTTXSLAWN yard.J45,000.
    RENTLEASESALEFOR .ItIId"s" Stt,4Tops -cat.lif: S4Taesr OSJI. 1 rba>4OII .
    opportunities for RN'., LPN's, CNA's ft .r HEART OP KEYSTONE Beautiful/
    nursing students as part of the SantoFe insre975 ttltf Maei qjv; he.t' SERVICE"We building lot close to schools, shopp

    HealthCare team. Your choice of days, LEASE: 2,000 sq.It,:301 5..."., -_ Fsstm" 15se Pars -s15 -1tIuodIo... flmnm4.a'* ing. With deeded access to small lake
    shifts S areas. Call Wellness Personnel to United Realty964BB48, 964.-8447.. L.Ass..iesCari11g A .. 144.! iexs' f2r5m4Q D4LLi r.tpd:5':44 Put PrideIn only$6,000.TOWN .
    'i4311RSatI. SJTB sash! **V'Ea air5semtl.
    Registry at 338.2146 for immediate op. or vs, 473.3627.4/1:3 tfnchg OF KEYSTONE HOTS Sylvan
    X MCOBB> imlaa' Craor
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    portunities. EOE. 3/12 tin Far A Your Lawn"Keystone Way, CB home with 2 BR's ft 1 BA. Fla.
    Sam(1r- 4D 4S ( ).
    REAL ESTATE LICENSING: Only$195; Call p'- -rm, small den 1-cargarage. Alton a
    P..Y12 c..Aa.Q 7h (T0. 5 r41
    LIKE NEW Reny Heights Starke
    1-755-4040, N.F. Real Estate College. large corn lot. Walk to stores.
    711 .azGRw1r r.-,t ft:. G hp>Jalrnwrwrrs.r
    TAI! 111Iooo.... .
    4/16 :
    tfnchg : eini itefcmra.sp.ai !! Melrose areas 44500.
    1-10x12 or 1-6x10 mid! tilt'
    ndlimg mmarr poor
    FULLER BRUSH COMPANY needs 3 part- r- ? ingma&mmkm m SUPER
    BUY Iocr. lot with
    Portable Metal Handi I-.I-=_.r.5JI1IJIIl.I1Iehs S rRmJ ''' 4739022No corner
    time representatives for Stark and mMafIbw Lawty area. Car and phon.n.ce..ory. House for sale. 97t.hp'.nahmmotoI Lake Geneva. Several out buildingsfor
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    Call Jacksonville at -.sz:7S.: 4PB19f S.11tdts"r. Job Too Big Or Small IBusfncsc $39,900.
    storage.
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    1-396-2867. 4/30 4tpd 5/21 Call 964-6439 111Rrtefr SZlII4 .i aLhed.' huf and R.*id.ntlal .
    LIMITED EDITION Slarke 2
    derr.ds. 9th slam' : o> ftiiaMam. new
    REAL Between 2-2 pm -or ether & I enajnw
    FULL.lIME ESTATE
    ASSOCIATES
    -rr _.tc' 11_... Call' .ttwr 5 Senior Citizen Discounts story cedar home, 3 BR 2 BA with
    salesmen & appraisers. needed. For aconfld.ntlal tubs baths
    .ptasc-.rlws.Mwd.asr".Mrvrm 47317478Lmtt5 large garden In both large
    interview call Outlaw
    and beautiful of
    a7 S 14L rooms a view Sampson -
    Realtyask for Lavern Outlaw. lake. This home has too many
    9644522. 4/30 3tchg 5/14 e features to list price reduced from

    READY-MIX DRIVER NEEDED, Experienced Secretary A.T'm r..... __ GAGNONReBuilders $119,000 to only 110000.
    only. Apply at 311 Edwards Road, AssistantFull p Ssai4aIsoSsM6 I.rr fCII EuRRStr UNWIND IN STYLE Immaculate 3 BR

    Starke. 5/14 2tchg 5/21 eIII1 ftif ik..elp iNsa. 1&1II 2 BA home, screened porch, large
    LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST) Florida Tim.Must _.sesrr7srrM.6lsid r. W. -- "tltrpm..bt., peaty nsaa.sm.walln.mnntlivps4I wood deck around your own Jacuzzi.

    licensed. Salary negotiable. Apply topersonnel ttlbe.et .....iir.rs.r.s *plCDTOt_!SJEfEaVlasndta Bulldozer Work All on a fenced 1 acre lot for only
    lake Butler Hospital Hand be good with figuresmud. !&tooo.aaaflat iiuiiunulhr .1stttt.mm aR'-'mv-ardIS23AT30eb 69900.
    Surgery Center, SR 121 S 100, Lak. rnrtni_anrra;el:3DV3J.. Culverts InstalledFill GOOD LIFE STARTS HEREI Three
    type 40 Start trnmadtaTom .. .... .. a suer LAl 'Bnajajiiaj. :jam E rhrav
    Butler, 904.496.2323. EOE. 5/14 2tchg wpm. "wharian- two
    ;mmes! aid dtwk I dts.e.esteeUL S T.STIt.wePISR '. Dirt & Top Soil large bedrooms plus extra guest roomor
    5/21 .-sddi.Y3L2b5f8-2tpdt
    office, den and game room with
    RETAIL DISPLAY ADVERTISING m. -. 9645414If fireplace. Oversize 20x40 in-
    .,ue.....e'iT: .IiI_ PE.e7B: islwmmomi. \ garage.
    SALESPERSONS needed Immediately. ground pool all on 5 acres in Melrose
    Dooley ross -2IIooa5- :z-! Gr.arfi.rp.rsaw.4Wdrepairs. No Answer
    Must have experience. Territories : aw*! a(dtaanbBMttHaane. flslarmaildh country. Owners want home shownthis
    available In all counties lay out experience :Sator Freightways Aim a .rue'eiaik TEEGifAPNLi \ 9648010'BROADWAY weekend! $129,000.

    helpful. Call alter 3 p.m., 964-5743 ..am- s tat m 1IIiIr_ i IDS m Call st.94lasTRltSJ DREAM STUFFI 72 gorgeous acres of

    473 2121. Itpd 5/14 T ecIuaiers.- les..tSCs privacy with a pristine sand-bottom
    APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTEDat Ilea. : SRiI5ei.rtrZ lake and a rustic two-story with many
    Bryan's Ace Hardware, Stark star S Ccq Vibe m.sgimu.F -' unique features including a redwood
    only. Apply In prson. Highway 301 s.- .vAlb..... SALE "--.S.giIII'dIono itwnsSea. panelled master bath with oversized
    South. Itchg 5/14 p HOB.IfesmaaBiMilpaaaaSstedwiika .. __ 1YJIo III:JIEI aims 411311: prm. ft WALTERS Jacuzzi. A retreat for year-round enjoyment
    PEP-O TAKING APPLICATIONS for CAMPBELL'S le,.ylkedbf...T. IIIiI5II..WMtl.itit.! Mrdroem 4tryr443: of the outdoors for the i
    cashier. Experience helpful but not ELECTRONICS XlrlttbeeIlKtEt .,"sms'rm, mmrld S ISaZWrseLEAtGwOrt TREE SERVICE discriminating buyer with the meansto
    necessary. Apply at Pep-O, 620 S. evpe wrs..._sr.ss 1III. IIo.ammt.. -.E-pf, *paTS 9asra.di Removal make dreams com true! 360000.
    Walnut St. 5/14 2tchg 521globdHOMES 132 E. Call -964-4045 91Ir1.Yst_rr.... ..... 3mit. Mety tMo. a OI..... FOR RENT 2 BR, 1.5 Bath MH In Big
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    1I"--.gpedtInmpr.! .Nartawllttmqp *Trimming Tree area. $225 per month'
    Warranty Service Center ftWIHIW JRWBDif&I Till**I- -
    ..... ,. oau. CCIIZ:.! 12 n.w_Wftotw Sanda IIaIoa.Ss.ssya 473-7633 4734816
    For Most Brands jmnftrJFar r= ere Stump Removal
    r .1IIg: S Tri.
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    W Keystone
    Estimat for Repairs Firewood
    U'oiv.! a.r.ikd 475-2272 G'vllle28213OO
    TV's X Microwaves-$15 *Fr.. Estimate I
    VCR' Stereo System-$2S ., 5i: i$ Jax

    We Repair Small ........- 473-7097-473-7679

    Household Appliances s#*a *rania.r an*Mf I
    1238 Blanding Boulevard IhpIor: ;. .5i m sefTiifdke..rd.asar.perdr.ram After iqe_

    Orange Park, Florida 32073 +e.Ly-.ii5. S Keystone Heights
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    Located 4 Miles Northof .eeasr amiss IeiatQ rew.Irs,>R'm.lk..pls..ZPCzlR ITBUBUHi5.9DA > ..... Licensed ft Insured J I ,- I I II

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    24x44 CHAMPIONLow 96-, _
    Start loco .. _... pick-up We Deliver
    y -tin.p.1.Mew. I a...... do or
    Down PaymentOn Train on live airline sanrlp.n.rs. ..

    The Spot Financing Home study and resident erainrp. CJUHPET! rIG & DYE CO. Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
    Financial aid eveilabl.. Job plea.rnent .
    Phone 1-272-0625 assistance. National 4r.ad- Cypress Lumber

    MonFriSp.m.Sat. /! quarters, Lighthouse Point. FL.A.C.T. I
    TRAVELSCHOOLnCC.rDikD FO SALE 964-6649
    9-6 rnvrv Sun. 1-6
    Fill Dirt.Top Soil

    Itclig 5/14 MtMkx N., i C

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    Home Beautiful Company Is a master In building and remodeling and. Raised Letters, Black Ink
    specialize energy efficient custom aluminum and vinyl windows bulb to ..,.. 3msts -- -

    FaR iFo Ali: 1til5 $1 895plu.

    "when you plan to build or remodel, remember to call only a .ajuplifiad ........DI..B s.uaa tee

    expert call Homes Beautiful. J Call 964-5764 Ask for Ella
    They feature new homes room additions. Florida rooms, screen its...
    patio covers, car port., pool enclosures. storage .had. red aer s. .....
    aluminum siding, vinyl siding and soffit., vinyl'window for...........,_ sz.irf

    windows and mor. PLUS..W can help you finance .11 worsu-- PRINTERS
    Before you build or remodel, call us for free *stlma a. IWa are JacaHy
    owned and operated and are located In Stark. at 215 E.Call St.Oarphananumber AH Repairs tan Gdes&A1Y"s = JZ1II1aAIAZ: 110 W. Call Street> Starke 96.1.576.1Starke

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    fOR RENT MOBILE HOMES HOMES REAL ESTATE CARS/TRUCKS Butt ArniuaU lake Butler1Imr''encm.lltllltpauFestlvalla

    OUT OF AREA
    0IfftCE sat' faff \ffltae! wwritetu of May 293Oirvirftiiy
    AMD OTAJKMOUSC STACK IT MT MOBIlf NOME Two .....room. 1 GOVERNMENT HOMIS FROM tl U
    ( Ittl CADILLAC Call Snsmct ...... .
    II.a..nod.eu tttniBMi Corner{_ .. art ( aaut 3a uriy) at the
    Bulging: 1/2 kafTik. cannot (heat and air. Mustto ) .
    repair) Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. and Dealer. ...., .
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    .., 190 We* .,..*. GriM 4WM3U, formmnrihrnranm. ... apprvclat. $6,000. Call''' Call 1(809)687-6000( ) NORTH CAROLINA : lUliMXitaHwilurIk I milirsoutlvof Lake
    9/21
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    4W-007 3/19. GH 1136, for list.
    Ifn/chg. Ext. current r.po 5/7 BIG SAYINGS ON OPF4J 4SE akIRR9181Ri
    G. *MESi MOMS M rowwi' IIIIc e%.Annndlyd UKt NIW MOMll HOMI unfurnished Btpd, 6/25 2.5 Acre located In the mountain' don. 1985 to 87 Car,it uak ..md .
    wtms -sw rIng
    eill etlecltriic' ; cevmmJI ftee ..mil'c trnmmV h.a*and air dlshwashar andInsulatcdU dy stream good oc.... ready to build l Hmltet are now! on sale.
    ...- p..iad. ...... Houmtttw. wad LAKE BUTLER, Reduced for quick sale. 3 off lease mow Knlke Crillm:. ?
    ante Nothing down |justw.wn..rortags on good garden pot, owner need to Wmthmnl .!sare'5)15Its advance-
    3722561 nl ,
    Howes (nnsiuH\
    .. .. BR.2 BA CHAA, Large lot only$41,900 Chrycler
    + 1P.--NIl 1WaraakeuSU.. ,
    P Rasp tell. ,
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    On lot for $9,800 $'
    .800 down
    ready oc.
    pay anume ( n tickets
    s. ,sF.oRa.aIIIIBsAb121.wIii 38000. Mathews Realty ,........69. 3535 North Main't*,.Gemeewllla. ttSIIiIIacdbt'pk rHrtoy only
    > loan.
    cupancy.Colt"96oft.r 6 P.M. Hn ateRSan1atlds1nnL! itcketsarei0.
    3rdlex. GriU 4M.2M. T_ 6oIOllr. 2/9tfn
    rrtr.n4 m> ilk 16to 3V1WCOS 4V.30JWO.2 Home 2 bedroom 1 bath 5 mules from FOR SALE OR RDfJ'TWO ClfalHlmw ffimnmnz yau! .okf can get
    pets
    BEDROOM MOWLI HOMES 12' x town lovely letting larg. deck us Stir M t OC few wetltanrfI.)> Children
    CMKK US OUM Cltee n.nt.ll
    tO handy man's special. Good and FOR SALE umttnr* ftmnrufi .
    overlooking mountains Excellent location nM m
    ham- talbrad itmar pay ..dMUIe.sum. .. wild $ ,1150'. aachv PINES SRI2I, Loka built In cabinet, all BEDROOM MOMI. MCMME Akudy/
    INIIIIS j IM| em* .* U110C I in turlvr."960-2366.tfnchg. 4/3O for v.ry private ,et up on lot.Ulnf umhlfie4, ie rtiKllmMt"
    ILdoe ...... Grid 4W2MaV.. tbwdrg.t UASC WITH OPTION TO BUY Payments PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible loan 39900.. pay $7,000 down assume and air i>ftegn$ &a 5pm.and
    S.H Ilk*ran*.Side Mobil.Home Park 949N party to assume small monthly m.nt. |just am me unorteue Calll ttwttt onrttaifthlL..:Saturday'show
    TWO: S1)t1. 1 MODIE HOME Nl CIYIJd4meltx.I. .VW.3rd Sf.,take Butler. Itpd. 5/7 payments on piano. See locally. Call 3.2 acre, chart distance from Murphy 496.3206,after f M.r6rt" 4/30 Ifanfims act nwidj and! lbota bill mid
    .. -.II R..i' wad ...., MOVIE HOME Two bedroom 2000. manager at 1(618)234-1306( ) onyllm.30 .. good garden spot. ready to build on. mg*1L Suiriliy will! smiting day at
    6leihrdko .Law mtmtttll,eilertktc. Mlb.H Sis Mobil Home Park. 935 N.W. 3rd ../ 3tpd. '/111( Owner told tell. $12.800., pay 2800. 61*JIHIL
    ...V. Car,miimaliane orcuovncy. .... S.,. lake Butler. Com to office. Itpd. SOFA LIKE NEW Three section wall unit. downpayment assume loan.
    _db....._...h9.Ca1114e6300a.Shat, VI4 ColI"96-3206. after 6 P.M. take front lot, deep water level and will
    6 PW,tIhJID DAYIULIES FIELD GROWN ASSORTED ready to build on, paved road, county Tha'OgItniCay28 there
    TWO AIMO THMK MDlKtOM roan COMMERCIAL PROPERTY COLORS. P.r clump 15 t up. In cans water und.rground utllltle, v.ry be*bwesuvpMwiakiCneChaUengerJu
    \010411113 Altar Bhadlend. ...4 WMom $2. Assorted annual., 9/l. Contrary delrable lot. $.....000., pay $8,000. ttirtnuinegnBpetl music;
    Csenay Ilwa inglhway LOLL Call RENT/LEASE Mary's Garden SRI2I/ Loera..... down onume loan.
    ae2Baa.: Andng. S 114F'UNaih "621561.7 2tchg. 9/14 Till wafer arftianc ttckets.. sendAIL
    These few of .
    or. a over 2,000 listings.We
    \ ailuns wittto name and! address
    AIAS11I OIIA T. 8edkwnn. TREADMILL EXERCISER Just Ilk. new.
    1 .... SHOT! .imM#*. pib. SHOO OFfiCE AND WAREHOUSI IPAC.IClca1'edl Call 496-1337. Itpd. 51'.. have all type of property from Ibtfiune May: 19 tkJI the Lake Butler
    deem*.COlle6M27.; *TO)* .5TMMOMC ,' In Union County Tim.* $700 p.r acre and up. We have small EJlufjpraa! *FeaflwaC: ttt*..3V:. Box 712;
    boilding.: Call for Information. tract, large tracts cabins, houses,old
    MOVCS UMtamMftedl, neorMmm Lathe BWiltar.nbeirfai:J2054.Tutikcts .
    REAL ESTATE
    M-226. tfnv farm, lake front lot, etc.Writ.or call
    Miter and .ewer ftunmahedlOIK ace amaiiabu! ac the gate.Fur
    for free
    brochure.
    today a listing You
    i-38a2s.., O.r., 531)) P.. 314Pqd. uuvm aafmnoatiom, enntact
    can call free by dialing 1(800)438-7421.( )
    .S 211 INSURANCE LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY TiUtamn SEuunactto(< 4fW-ZK2
    Writ. or call today. 4/16 6/18
    lOlpd.
    ? If I don't have It, 111 find It.Just SHRINERS HOSPITALS MtariUmnrx! includeB\
    PtaSONA1.SHVIa5 MAINI5 INSURANCE ACINCYt 25 E. ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. tlliegyatas amt the Dixie Jubilees
    Main Street, Lake Butler 496-3978. 496-2126 or 496-2903. .... "YOUR YARD SALE FOR CRIPPLED CHIUDREN. ((lute tt tJt gvnup wilt en-hose! the
    Complete 'Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin MalwafBlq: ) Tuntter Bluegrass
    %Ew ICIE FAB OM AiumwA towns
    YARD SALE ON PORCH Friday and Salur- JBtawtt! off EMwe, Suwannee' River
    ARID SAmm.... Sn.XIM frm*1bIt_ HELP WANTED NOTICE day May 1S& 16, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.26" C1lt1&P} .,5tutUUt1rIIIStrangen,.River
    Wo* rY w MHdL Grill Mr. prawn all61BLRItBW11 and::
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    women's slie
    girls boys bicycles draw*.& iiaALppatheheanFatpress,
    1 S-IUaiWh* SZIWMMT10 Classified" d.adlln. I. TUESD..y.NOON. and women' size 18 1/2 clothe.. 1967 !1OtUbr1IIl"Inndilr
    andIlI.J. Hall: with
    tt BB'ONMIMBM M MV NOME EXCEUENT INCOME Taking .hort phon. .
    GMC $600 firm. Much
    pick-up more.Six "' "
    lumdh and -* praw mile west of Lak.Butl.r on SRI00
    Minimum 19 words for S3.50,
    4B62FL3 hr 1II\Iooy. ItpdL Si1l4 call r(304)649-7922r( ) ..t. 8401. A Itchg. charge turn right on SR231A 1 and 3/10 a/aevensstnex.
    go
    5/14 th.n 19 cents for each word thereafter. im w ffl mil. to double wid. mobile home on
    MECHANIC AND MECHANICS HELPER left with screened porch. 4962531. cittnvx.Tftere wilt l be plenty of shade
    Cal 4943004.5/14 2tcrig. 9/21 Itchg. 51'" Helpful Facts for ParentsDo and! (c.tlIt9IJtnt1ltontI\: grnundH
    adhwgwuito\ aims and!drafts:! booths.No
    you know!the iPlWt'IIIl'td".C1I1IJID"' ( atlknttnUtr tevcvagto. or pets area
    LAND FOR SALE pled child?There's.igwaUill ffvwvtp )wietd nx the! performance.

    of people who'd like to (btflj; IPfcfl on fttar oampmie. area are to be
    RENT A OFFICE WOODED LOT S ACRESmor.( or 1.11)) inPravld.nc. Ifcaflrt amai leans>>at ail limas..
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    1(813)689-5030( ) Mrs. Evelyn Hamilton. 2375055. In Canada. JI-<*II() iK3 .ll- widk adVanrr tickets.
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    New technology helps local patients make X-ray "movie"Several


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    a diagnostic tool or in court case. time and expense In accident cases 500,000, according to Dr. Berry. body structure movement. You
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    Berry is working with Dr Tom remove the doubt in most cases of Ion because it took longer than a slightly longer period of time, the
    Owen, who was instrumental in the this nature and actually save egular X-ray, Or. Berry explained. machine operates at a much higher
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