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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Channel WJXT,Jacksonville, reported a 31 degree dif 'Et! > -

ferential Wednesday morning, between the temperature in Key si 10 "0'.. 1 : 't
West at 68 degrees, and Tallahassee, at :37 degrees. Temperatures ..... s.l.lM. . . I. .l sss tapf 1 i )
are below normal for the time of year; Tuesday's temperatures $wln. ..... . .t 1.3,1,121
were lower in Jacksonville than in New York City. Ar. _h.. . . . 71 \ "r ,I i7tint\ ,
A warming trend should move In with sunny skies today, but Horticulture Winner.. . . ..S .'
there is a 40 percent chance of light showers Friday. Clearing CloMlflod Adi. . . .|.10S
Saturday and sunny sides are expected Sunday. \ I
There will be a new moon, April 16. SICTION Ci Pag.. .worries This Side of Heaven

Great golfirg weather but too windy for flshmgj follc. ..... , 1,3C; STARKE, FLORIDA'' 25 Onti: Copy
.. ue Thursday April 14. 19M LISPS M2-700



,Wortn Ming Move Started for Appointive. Police Chief for Starke I Iby

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Buster Hahn persons circulating the petitions will anyone, regardless of qualifications, Schaefer said (here is no Interest what the people want. $ is very important
BCT Staff WriterA become known. may be elected to the office. at this time in changing the methodof that control remains with
petition drive is under way by Schaefer said he has received Although there are standards which filling the city clerk's position, but the electorate, rather than in the
U-Cap Meeting. "businessmen," as yet unnamed, to numerous complaints of Jack of must be. met for the officer,on the he has found no opposition to putting ,hands of three'council members."
Bradford and Union County get the city charter amended to provide leadership in the Starke Police :street the head of the departmentneeds the chief of police position bet ore the
members of United Citizens for an appointive chief of police, Department. Residents are embarrassed only to, be a high school voters,for a decIsIon. 'three members, Voting together,
Against Pollution will meet at 1' rather than the present mode of electing by recent news releases con- graduate, and able to garner the form a majority on the'cIty council.

p.m. Thursday, April 14, in the the officer. cerning Schaefer alleged drug ,activities, most Starke votes is,one Shaefer of 11 said municipalities, Bowen's Response,.,
courthouse at Starke. says. Chief of Police Jimmy ,Bowen Chief Bowen said he is eligible for
in the State of Flonda to elect the
"There is in
New members are welcome to at nothing personal my Chief of Police. About 10 said, "It is the worst possible thing retirement, and the change is of little .
tend. Starke City Commissioner Charles desire to change the postion to appointive years ago the voters can do."
interest to him. However, for the
t Schaefer,who wilt present the issue but the city should be able residents voted 2-1 to keep both the Bowen continued by saying "By
of the the
good community, position
E.Star Supper... to the city council, says an organizational to wnte qualifications for' the top chief or police and clerks position electing the chief of police, there IS. should remain in the hands of Starke
elective;when the
meeting will likely be held this police officer town, Shaefer said. option was put on more control in the hands of the people voters, With the incumbent
,All Masons and their families are week, which time the names of Under the current procedure,. 'the ballot. because the otiicer must do, to the people. responsible
invited a supper at 7 p.m. Satur-
day, April 10, hosted by the
Eastern Star.Historical.

Melrose... ,MMYMI'MW
". Damages"Sought
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The newly organized Historical ,.
Melrose corporation will meet at 3
p.m. Sunday, April 17, at the homeof :
Jean Marshal (the historic Bon-
,
ney Place) on Melrose Bay.
All persons interested in the ear-
ly history of the Melrose area are
invited to attend. Roy Hunt, a -
In Co.
member of the Flonda Bureau of '

Historic Preservation will speak. ir ;

BUS Alumni... s

The BHS Alumni Association will Zoning

hold its regular monthly meeting at ,
6:30: p.m. Monday, April 18, In the
Bradford Family Restaurant. Hassle
Public ,invited.Sophomore. \

Parents... ""
A case now pending in ,Circuit
Parents of BHS sophomores arenotified Court; and labelled by zoning attorneys -
of an important meeting to as "unique", may deter
be held Tuesday, Apnl 19,at 7:30: mine whether alleged violations of
p.m., in the BHS Media Center! s' local' zoning ordinances can be usedto

3 s Cz4 prove that Bradford County Com

Teen 'Parenting... missioners' disregard of their own
ordinances, violated the Sunshine.
A continuing series of meetings Law requiring! due public notice. ':
on Teenage Parenting Myth vs., Evolving Irom'' a one-year-old ',
Reality under'way.' f rezoning issue in the Speedville area
Future meetings: April 20. Time: J 'of southeast/ Bradlord County, the
,3:15 p.m. Place: Bradford. High ,suit filed by attorney Terence Brownon
School. ; behalf of his client,Sarah Wood of
Jacksonville, seeks damages from'
Car Wash/Bake Sale... the County for court costs and attorney

... The BMS eighth grade class hasa fees incurred by the plaintiff
,
: car wash and bake sale set Saturday ,during litigation over alleged zoning
\, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. "' Violations. '
of testimony
l' Alter nine hours and
The car wash is at the Community i
State Bank. The bake sale will be. I'" summations by,Brown and zoning
in front of Eckerd Drugs. ; ''attorney John Kopelousos of Orange
'Park, Judge Stephan Mickle said he
'Hampton Jamboree..., 1 would take the case, involving an
I'
ai. '. i r< : ;estimated $15,000 m court costs and
Jamborees are set in Hampton; I .\\ 'attorney tees, under 'advisement.

each first Saturday, May through ", i Alter a week of deliberation, he had
December. A 3-year Hampton' "" ,' not, ''as of Wednesday afternoon,

tradition.. \ : rendered verdict, In the nonjurytrial.
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First jamboree Saturday, May 7? \ .
7-11 p.m. Free admISSIon., Gospel ,. : '
bluegrass, country music, Food and ,"'1 ", .May Set Precedent...

drink concession. ''Top Grade Earners at BHS... The case is significant in that It'

Parent Education..* 'Straight-A students at Bradford High School for the fourth six:* Thorpe, ,Jody Brown. ',' .. ,' may help establish a precedent in a
area of the lawthat i 13, the use
weeks grading period are (1-r)4; Standing In back two rows: Danika Richardson Kim Burch \n- gray
A Parent Education Network of Seated In front: Jason Brown,"Mlcki Becker, Jennifer Brown: dra Hampton, Joel Caren,. Shawna Blom, Yvonne Bobo, Steven of local ordinances to "piggyback"with
Florida, Inc. (PEN workshop is ,On .knees In second row; ,David Thorpe,' Pam ,Carter' Robert Thornton, Julie Ferguson. the Sunshine Law requiring
set Saturday May 14, from 9 a.m. elected and appointed governmental,
to 3 p.m. In the Fellowship Hall of bodies to give. due notice of, official
'the First United Methodist Churchof meetings. '
Starke. t I', 16 Earn 'StraiJ.ht-A's( at Bradford, High The case has also had the effect of
Parents with children enrolled in' : : tightening up zoning procedures in
1 special education classes are urged. '-' Bradford County to provide better'
to attend. Public invited. Lunch Just 16 members, or 1.4 percent,of Brown is 'enrolled ,in 'advanced "MISS Burch is enrolled In honors government, analytics geometry,' public notice through a' lengthier,
provided. Advance registration re' the 1,190-member'student body of' weight training, math analysis,'; English 12, economics,brass band I, music theory f,,and teaching assistant period of legal advertising, more ef,
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quired. For more information, call ''Bradford High School earned 'American government,' 'In- woodwind band IV, Instrumental ,lecti ve signs on property to be rezon-
Linda Hildebran 964-6800 or straighl-A's for the fourth six-weeks dividual/dual sports I, humanities techniques II, music theory, 1, and. David M. Thorpe, son' of Mr, and ed, and publication of specific agendas '
964-8937: grading penod which ended March 11; honors English 12, and physics.. jazz ensemble I. Mrs.Robrt Thorpe of Starke. Thorpe denoting time and place when
2* Jennifer L. Brown, daughter' of Pamela. M. Carter, daughter of is enrolled in Latin 1, math analysis, mal I I action Is to be taken on a zoning
Senior Awards... Another 53 BHS students or 4.5, Mr' and Mrs. Marvin Brown, of Mr.. and Mrs. 'James 'Carter of Softball,economics, advanced world matter by the County Commission.
percent of the student body, earnedall Starke. Miss Brown Is enrolled ad- Starke. Miss Carter is enrolled mLaim history,honors English 12,and study' Already in effect,these remedial actions -
Senior award? banquet; 7pm.' A's and B's for places on the BHS, ,vanced weight training, math' II, economics, physics Iad- : include a special meeting by
Thursday,June 2. Middle School honor roll. analysis,, American government vance tennis, analytic geometry, hall.Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and the Commission to be held at 730p ; '
Gym. Tickets on sale at Bradford Nine ,seniors, four juniors, one humanities If, honors English 12, honors English 12, and study hall.' Mrs Robert Thorpe ,of Starke, ,m. on the third Wednesday of each
High, BMS, Mitchell Drugs. Spongy sophomore, and two freshmen earn-, physics I, and leaching assistant Andra I.. Hampton daughter of Thorpe is enrolled In', European month to deal with zoning matters.
': ,sor: BHS Alumni Association.. ,ed straight-A's. Twenty-nine Jody L.. Brown, son of Mr. and Ms. Legertha Hampton of Lawley. history, math ,analysis' Softball,. Zoning meetings will ,also be,
seniors 15 juniors, 9 sophomores, Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Miss Hampton is enrolled In honors ,American government introduction taped, 'In addition to shorthand
Class of 1978. and 10 freshmen are on the ,A-B, Brown is enrolled in ,advanced English 12, softball, ceramics and to computers, 'advanced world minutes,and zoning director Darrell
.. honor roll.. ,weight training, math analysIs pottery, individual/dual sports I,. history, and honors. English 12. O'Neal plans to ask the County to
Plans have been made for a reu- .The straight-A students are: American government, InIlvldualdual analytic geometry,introduction to Juniors:. provide for an'attorney at each
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Bradford Class of sports,' humanities II, and leaching assistant.'
nion of the High computers, L. Becker daughter 'of meeting.
1978 this summer, now set for July Seniors... honors English 12, and physics I. Kevin D. Starling, son of Mr. and Michelle and Mrs: Leshe, Becker of O'Neal said that these, changes
23. The meeting will be held at the Jason M. Brown, son of Mr. and Kim M. Burch, daughter of) 'Mr.: Mrs. Kenneth Starling of Brooker. Mr, would increase the time for gelling a
Holiday Inn, in Orange Park. Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. and Mrs. David Birch of Lawtey Starling is enrolled in American ('See BUS Ionors..p.2A:! ) zoning or rezoning application
If your address has changedsince before the board from the former
the five year reunion, please period of 35 days to 60 or 90 days.

call Sonya Tenly Baldree at Private for Haz-Waste Site How' Evolved.
473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at Property It ..
964-6636, Mark Reddish at 964-6822. The Speedville rezoning 'case
Christy Redding Torode at 5332505or resulted from action taken by the

Shan Johns at 9644840.Upcoming. County, Zoning Board in February
Still a Possibility ERC Head Says 1987 to rezone a one-acre parcel of a
4.9 acre plot to accommodate two
mobile homes in a RSF(single family
... Although a Site in Union County mendation of the Union County site written order on its I recommendation issue, at least- for the time being ft residential district at the requestof
Public meetings scheduled in the has been recommended by Fonda's will be made to Gov. Bob Martinez of the Union County site had not was not mentioned at The Tuesday Jerry and Zenaida Yates. The ap-
coming weeks are: Environmental Regulation Commission and the Florida Cabinet at Its yet been submitted to DER, but will night's meeting of the Raiford Coun- plicants said they needed temporary
Board of Governors, Chamber of as its No 1 choice for the State's meeting on April 26. He plans to present be soon. After it has been filed, the cil.In accommodations for family use until
Commerce: noon,Friday, April 15. hazardous waste treatment facility, the recommendation to Speakerof individuals and local governmental fact, the council, with the approval they could'' construct conventional
SFCC board room The SFCC board ERC Chairman Robert Mandell says the House Jon Mills and Presidentof groups have a 14 day penod in whichto of Mayor JD. Gnifis, the ,housing on the property. They
room was not available Thursday, the possibility for construction of the the Senate John Vogt on the same file appeals to be heard by a hear, onginal booster of the plan, made originally requested rezoning of the
the regular meeting day, so the plant on private property "remainsa date. ing officer in Tallahassee. several moves, showing its opposI- entire 4.9 acres,suggested agreed to
viable possibility." In the meantime the combined a compromise during a
meeting was changed to Friday. .
Bradford School Board: Regular Personally,I would be delightedfor If approved by the Cabinet,sitting Bradford-Union County U-CAP tion.Additionallythe council,earmarked meeting with the zoning board that
meeting, 7 p.m. Monday April 18.Starke : that to happen," Mandell told as trustees fo the Internal Improvement group is negotiating with legal $5,000 to help fund the anti- only one acre be rezoned for this purpose
Council: 7:30: p.m. Tuesday The Telegraph Tuesday from his ofi Trust Fund, owners cf) the councel to prepare appeals against hazardous waste fight, the Council and that the mobile homes be
April 19. City hall. Regular fice in Longwood, near Orlando. In prison property on.which the 640 the hazardous waste site, and also also went on record as oppossing a located near the rear of the property -
third Tuesday meeting. an earlier interview with "Florida acre Union County site is located, for possible!! later court action. proposed solid waste landfill operation behind the site of the planned
Bradford County Commission: 7 Environments," a monthly environmental the project will then be ready for a U-CAP members will meet at 7 now under consideration by a house.;
p.m. Wednesday,April 20. Night publication, Mandell "request for proposal." At that time? p.m. tonight (Thursday) at the courthouse three county coalition, Bradford This action was attacked by
and Union counties. Brown during the April 6 trial on the
offers for construction in Starke Baker
meeting on zoning issues plus stated his intention to make that on
other business. which might come recommendation when the requestfor owned properties could be receive Action on an ordinance prepared Property on the east side .of grounds that the compromise was
proposal (RFP) to'' build the Mandell said. He added that the bidding several weeks ago for possible an- Elierbee Curve has been mentionedas "contract zoning" and not In accordance
up.School Board, at Brooker facility is issued.The RFP is similar process will ,be handled by' nexation by the town of Raiford of possible site for the landfill, with the county's ordinances.
Elementary: 7pm. Monday.April to a requst for bids. ERC. the Ellerbee curve site for the pro- while the hazardous waste facility is Brown also charged that the Yates
25. Board wants to hear BE needs Mandell said that,ERC's recom-' The chairman said that ERC's posed plant now seems to be a dead proposed for the west side.., had not given sufficient reasons for
., their requested rezoning.,and the
, for coming year.
,
, board had not abided by the 18
School Board, at Hampton
Elementary: 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 3 Area Residents Plead Guilty in NE-rlorida'Dru Probe criteria required for also such rezoning.The .
26. Board wants to hear needs for ,, rezoning was strongly opposed -
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-" at the tune by Mrs. Wood,who
coming- year.Bradford.Zoning Board: 7pm. Three people pled guilty April 11 in of Melrose and Judith Smith of Mtllis,. 33, was indicted late last, some of them set for possible trial owns 468 acres of land across Speed-
federal federal grand jury. SmIth, later this month or in May. Road from the Yates
Tuesday, 28 Starke city hall. Jacksonville to cocaine con- Starke. year by a villa property,
Starke April Zoning Board: 7 p.m. spiracy charges,relating to drug ac- All three pled guilty to one count of 38, also known as Jude Moody, was on the grounds that It would devalue
Thursday. April 28. Starke city tivity In Bradford County and nor ,conspiracy to distribute cocaine and charged in February of this year and Former Assistant Chief of Police her property which she planned to
theast Florida.. all three are scheduled for sentencing Aaron, 36, was charged In March. ,Scotty Rhoden Is scheduled: for trial develop in the future.She was touted
hall. The guilty pleas came from Morris May 25, according to Assistant Drug cases against 12 other indicted Monday, April 18,In federal court In SllJt..P.2A
J.Aaron of Lawtey,Karen MUtls U:>. Attorney John Steele. defendant are still pending Jacksonville. (See County ; )


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I 26 Earn Straight-A's at... BMS


rwentjMsix students at,Bradford' and Mrs.J e''BuJa of Starke. cnermh Manning, Matt Martin,
Middle School, or 3.2 percent of the .Bethany Lee, daughter of Mr. Regina Padgett,, William Price,
8.20-member student body, earned and Mrs. Ricky Lee ot Starke. Miss Glenda Rosier, Brandy Ross
straight-A for the fourth SIX.-WCCKS Lee is the county spelling bee cham Melissa Salmon, MeUna Smith,Jane
grading period which ended March'' pion.Dana Stanwix-Hay, Kelly Stewart, April
2. Newsome, daughter of Mr. Taylor, Chris Thompson, Madonna
Another.87 students or" '10.? peri and Mrs. Michael Newsome of, 'Tyler,' ,Aretha Whitfield, Brenda
cent of the student body earned all Starke ,Williams i Richard Wolf
A's and B's' for a place on the A-B Candice Norman, daughter of
honor roll, Charles: and Kathy Norman of Rebecca Addison, Angela
Two eighth graders, six! seventhgraders 'Starke. Baldree, Bradley Ball, Emily Brad
,and 11 sixth graders earned Hetal Patel', daughter of Mr..and ford, Shena Burgess, Jason Canova.,
straight-A They are: Mrs Kanu Patel of Starke. Ethan' Caren, Ken Crafton, Tara
Smita Patel, daughter of Mr. and ,Dixon Keary Griffin, Anne Gnffls
Eighth Grade.. Mrs. Suresh Patel of Starke. Sidney Hall, Holly Hatcher, Justin
;-Oeana Holiday, daughter ofMr, Amy Rankin daughter of Mrs, Kendrick Billy' Kyle, Jason Lee rjcA
and Mrs. George Holiday of Starke, Patricia Rankin of Starke. Jennifer Magyart, ''Shawna
Pam Patterson, daughter of Mr. Lee Ann Raulerson, daughter of Mansfield, Eric Mason, Josee ,
apd Mrs.Danny Patterson ot Starke, Mr. .and,Mrs, Tommy Raulerson of Miller, Natasha Mullis,,Erica Pfen- t
Starke. mger Tracy Rhoden, John Ripplmger -,
Seventh Graders... Jonathan Smith, son of Mr. and ,, Dishanna S'pooner, Kerry r
Shena Burgess, daughter of John Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Taylor, Janna Thornton, Carlos n 4.
'Burgess of Starke. David Stegall, ,son of Mrs and Trent, Melanie Trimble,. ,Sonya
Byron Lee, son of Mr and Mrs, Mrs David Stegall of Starke. 'Thompson,Julie Williams. yti .
Robert Lee'of'Starke, ,, ". Wendy Thornton, daughter of
Stephen McLeod,,son Of'Mr. and, Cindy and Nathan :Thornton of Sixth Grade..., Damlen
Mrs. Wayne McLeod ol btarke, Starke. Ames. Jim Autry; Santa Barnes, iA
.Jimmy Parado, son of Mr. and Enc Cruger EstaUa Denton Eric ft d
Mrs. Romeo Parado 'of Hampton. Donnerstag, Shonda Easley, Jeff
Lake.Heather A-B' Honor'Roll... Evans, Ethan Fuquay, Charlie
Safer, daughter'of Ms. Gardner ChristaI Greer, Lawrence BMS Brains..
-;,Gina Saler of ::\Starke and Sheldon ''Eighth, Grade..i.! Stephanie Hankerson Alan Harris, Jeremy Jonathan Smith, Dana Newsome, Bethany Lee,'Wendy'
Safer ot Starke. Agin here Brown," Ken Carlton, Hildebrand, ''LIz Lane Justin Lee, Stralght-A students at Bradford Middle School for Thornton.
,Erin Wilkinson, daughter of Ms. MarK Crawford, Jeremy Crawford, ,Josh'McClellan, Charles McKinney,, the fourth ..](.weeu grading period are (l-r): Third rows Erin Wilkinson, Shena Burgess, Dean
Sheila Wilkinson of Starke.. Janice Davie, Beau Ely,Sophia Jo anton Shawna Manning Greg Marshall Front row; Stephen McLeod Byron Lee, David Holiday, Brittany Bula, Candice Norman, Hetal Patel
*, Sixth:; Grades' .James Grover, Mark Harden ,[era Matiyastlc,, Sharon Morris, Stegall,'Jimmy Parado, Smita Patel, Amy Rankin. ?. Not present for photo: Pam Patterson..
,* *, Shneka Hendneth, Jennifer Lester,' Lloyd Odom Stephanie Sellers' Second row: Heather Safer,. Lee Ann Raulerson..
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'Brittany Bula, daughter of Mr" Amanda Loper Michael McKinney;, Chera Starling,Joseph Starling., ....-



I County Gas Tax Collections Down,. ,May Slow Next, Road ,Paving, Project, .' f

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What is happening to Bradford: per gallon gasoline tax show collections put off, at least for the immediate Lake on property zoned single family proved the permit thinking the pro- The'commission turned over for
County's gasoline tax monies? of $438,862 and expenditures of future. residential RSF-1. perty was classified for mobile evaluation three bids to paint center
The county'received onlY' $15,998'l'ron $397,398? leaving a balance of Instead, Lundquist said, he I will homes. lines down 100 miles of secondary
> its 4 cents per gallon gasolinetax $41,463. ask for his property to be reclassfied ,Striping Roads.. roads,at a cost of some$30,000.
Permit.
in March, Clerk Gib Brown told "We're running too close," Clerk Mil ... to RSF-MH, a residential classification *
,County, Commissioners Monday,' Brown told 'the' commissioners.Brown John E. Lundquist told commissioners allowing mobile homes.
April 4. Estimates were closer to added that he's already' he Is withdrawing a request The zomng board had reluctantly
$24,000 per month and Clerk Brown transferred $98,000 into the for a five year temporary permit to approved the temporary permit Bruce Pollock M.D
wonders what Is going on. Transportation Trust Fund from the have a mobile home near Bedford after the office staff mistakenly ap-
Commissioners asked Clerk building reserve fund. There is ,
,Brown to inquire of the Department'of $73,000 more than can be transferredfrom '' ,
Revenue to see if gasoline con- another reserve account: ,, he 'Ed Wall Seeks SeatEd Board Certified: Family,Physician "
sumption is down or if the state is City
holding Up part of,the monies for said.Repairs, to road equipment have
,some reason The board memberscan been expensive in the first half of the'' Wall announced his Intention to ned Jo Ann Walker a Bradford General.Pediatdc''
see no decrease in gasoline consumption -' year commissioners noted qualify and run for the seat on the, County native '
at least locally, The close balance is caused, more Starke city commission vacated by The Walls now have two children, &. Adult1", Medicine
Clerk ,Brown ,became concerned than anything else, by a shortage in Jimmy Crosby last year, subject KimberlY 14, a'BHS student, and
when,the ,March 31., 1988 financial collections. In excess of$400,000 was the September 6 city election. 'Christopher,. 12, a student' at BM, ::;.. :' } .
statement, covering; half of the 87-88 budgeted for the 4-cents per gallon 'Two years ago, Wall ran a' very Hours. }
fiscal year, was1 printed, showing a4 gasoline 'tax, but slightly under determined race; losing to Mayor f' ..M by'I"
$41,463 balance in/the Transportation $112,000 has been received so far.I 'Travis Woods by 30 votes in a run-off Appointment
Trust ,Fund, from ,which the, It means Clerk Brown ,pointedout contest, Three candidates ran in the .
Road Department is operated.: that work on the preparation to 1986 primary,with Philip Nichols be- .,....
Revenue' from the county 4-cents pave Forsyth! : ..Road .will have to be'' ing eliminated in the first primary. "
In the second primary which determined 1 Blue Cross & Blue Shield,
BHS Honors the outcome of the race Wall '
Physician,
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polled 416 votes to Woods 446 votes.. ,

;(from page lip. Wall,'41, i ian investigator for the I ', '
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Honor Roll Public Defender office serving
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Lawtey. Miss Becker is enrolled m .... 1alcerBradlord; and Union counties Office located behind, ,
Latin I, chemistry I,honors English Seniors... Kimberiy, dams,
a position held for the past 10 -- .,
11,. woodwind band HI, analytic Michael E. Barber. Tangalia S. years. For'' the four prior years, r Lake, Butler Hospital Hand Surgery,Center
geometry advanced American Bass Robert E. Boone,' Regina A. '1974-78, Wall was employed by the .
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*r, history,,and jazz ensemble 1. Canaday Jennifer L. Clark Angela Bradford County, Sheriff ,Department -, :Phone ( ,1' ,
Shawna J;' Blom daughter of Mr. L..Cohens,Harold K.Davis, Michael : .
'W,''and Mrs. Jimmy Epps .of Starke, D, Elder, Todd M. Gillenwatars'a BomItiiMilwauKee: ; Wisconsin, "u' EI, QAi&k rpqd1 'Available' j ,
Miss Blom is enrolled an European' Vicky, A. Goodowns Sondra K. Walt came to Florida as a ser
history,, sociology, advanced Green, Mmdy .L, Hersey Alison viceman, in the U.S.Navy,and mar Ed Wall
American history, honors English Ivey Richard D.Kimutis,Stephanie
11, chorus 1, analytic geometry. and Kopelousos, Esther A. Martin, Car .
chemistry,: I. rie Musson, M. Eric Packham., :..t
Yvonne E, Bobo, daughter of Mr. Nicole Palm,' Andrew Roberts, Lori SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOME .
and,Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of starke Sapp Michael Stilwelt, Richard t t "t VI
Miss Bobo enrolled In' honors L. ? .
IS Taylor Rosalyn Taylor, Allyson
English 11, honors biology I, draw Thompson, Joy Vellenga, Shenekia ,ACLF-ADULT, CONGREGATED LIVING FACILITY .x ::" "
ing and painting II,chemistry 1, ad Williams, ,Pam D.'Zurtluh.: CERTIFIED NURSING AST.. CFR?
vanced world history, analytic, & x
geometry; and peer counseling II. ,
,Julie A. Ferguson, :daughter' of Juniors... Patricia Bath, DanaL. FIRST,AID TRAINED STAFF'd SIGNSAvailable
Bob and Mary Agnes Ferguson of Bowen, Lilly Burgess, Chris Durban "
Starke. Miss Ferguson is enrolled in Alisha Gruen, Renee Hewett,
advanced world history, sociology, Tonya M. Klein. Kimberly'A. Lee, -, _
,honors English U, creative Kristen Pfenniger, Suzanne Sapp, d
photography .1". ,zoology, analytic:, Holly, Shields,' Sebnna Smith,, 9O 9645H9 1
geometry: ,,and,chemistry I. \Cassandra Waddell, Rudy L,
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Defending the" county,, attorney' new look? Insurcnce
Kopelousos argued that Mrs. Wood's Free Estimates. ;; .G AGENT
''case was moot since, due to SIAV($ asst
PHONE QUOTES i/' I ; ; ,. ,
widespread objection to their rezoning. ; ; ", '
Mr. and Mrs Yates had re- ",' ', ; .
quested and been granted the rezoning -, CALL WELCOME ,,.',' :., ,'.
of their property back' to its 829 ; ROBERTS :*SCOTT ROBERTS, ,'"':''*'"":" ', ;' "" 'I, '
original RSF classification. He also (9O4) -0070 GEORGAG :, ; -
Commission had AGENT '" AUTO H'EAlTH' .
argued that the ENT './ ',; \: : LIFE'
complied 'with "reasonable public (,', ,
notice"as required by the Sunshine I. f' / 'ff// HOME ,. BUSINESS
law; signs had been posted on the Customers Judge a ';I Representing I"I These Fine Companies: :"11i i( > ,' :. .

l property and the laws not require business on their first, :' !'\\r: ;,,y' ', MOBILE HOMES'MEDICARE
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Brown, argued that Judge Mickle your best value 365 days /instate-> ; SUPPLEMENT

should order the Commissioners, to :a year. Is yours working .
abide by their' ordinances and
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CHAUIEI Tornado High-Q Team Finishes 5th in State- ''I


in the finals. 'in the tournament. Alter two rounds finish." That finish"qualified them
OF : rue Bradford High School High-Q stood for the finals of the tournament.In .
f academic team competed in the The High-Q team posted 100 pointsin of questioning,the Tornados in
Its first round match by defeatingthe 8th place with 80,points and apparently -
Florida School Academic Tournament
COMMEICEA1KE> '. High teams from Hardee Madison, no shot at surpassing the
--'"' held in Orlando during spring Taylor and Lafayette counties. TheTornado teams from Sumter, Wakulla the finals,the High-Qers scored
break and returned home with a
High-Qera were clearly the Hardee. Madison and Jefferson 122 points which was good enough
fifth state finalist.
FU place finish as a
of first round match for a 5th place finish. Three
Led Shawna class this counties to get into the finals of the
by Junior captain Blom from to end. The underclassmen received state tour-
the High-Q team which includes leading beginning competition. According to coach
Ricky Smith, Chris Powell;.Richie first round win exempted the team Stanley Crawford, "the team ex nament experience and each
,Taylor,MIke Blalock and Scott Duncan from all of the second round mat- hibited a strong determination and a believes that they can "win It all"in
ches and placed them directly into streak of questions clearly aimed at 1989. Coach Crawford positively
made the state finals by winning -
round the semi-hnal round of the competition. our'academic strengths, gave the asserts that "the 1988-89 season will
their first match placing
Tornados 84 points in the third roundof be spent trying to bring the Florida
second In the semi-final competition The semi-final round match' questioning pushing them from State Academic Championship to
and recording a fifth place showing created some of the moat excitement 8th place to a 2nd place semi-final Bradford High School


2,6 Administrators Named to, Posts for 88-89 Term I

:, ,.,. Sticking with stability Supt. Jim Charles Francis, Bradford High dinator, and Charles Thomas evening lection and: computer support.

Duncan had no surprises tor the School. adult and community education
school board and got quick approval John Mazzella, Bradford Middle coordinator. FLR.TUJINTHEflTREStarke
,when he named 26 adminstrators to School. .
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Staff. .
positions for the 1988-89 term Monday Wayne McLeod, Starke Elementary District 964- 451
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..- -s -x; ---'" night April 11 ." Instructional Divisions:
Welcome to Starke... "Mr. Chairman,' It's the time of Jesse Moore Jr., Southside Burney Winkler, director of curriculum Open Euery Night
staff .
administrative
'year when the Elementary .
Welcome Wagon hostess Mary Buchele presents Wally Ingran with a must come before you," Supt.Duncan William McRae Brooker Elementary Eugenia Whitehead director of .'' "" /' '
basket of gifts upon his arrival la Starke. Ingram la Director of,the said in presenting'the lIst. Bylaw student services. 'Hoo SPECIAL'\\

Bradford-Starke Chamber of Commerce. the administrators for the com Mary 'Ann ,Kyle, Hampton Denise Adams, director' of exceptional : Sat.,&'Sun. 5:00: ShoW 'f
ing year must be named eight week Elementary. education.
prior to the closing of the current Buddy Paterson III, tawtey Myrna Lou Hurse dIrector'of :. Tuesday'Showlng. . ,, :.:
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Welcome Wagon is Rollingby school term. Elementary. federal and compensatory' pro-
Only change is that five former grams. Starts Friday Apr 15 ,
coordinators Eugenia, Whitehead, Asst. Principala... ''James Ward,county-wide director Walt Disney's:
,Buster Rahn' Bradford County 4-H club coor- Denise Adams, Myrna Lou Hurse, John A. Reddish, Paula J. Steele ,of vocational,. technical and adult
BCT Staff Writer dinator, a job ,that takes him Dolores Morgan, and Steve Miller BHS: Richard Ezzell BMS; Michael programs. Fox and the Hound '
Mary Buchele (Bu-clee'), hostessfor throughout the county, and in con- are now directors. It'll mean a Hartley,SE Mary Agnes Ferguson,
the Welcome Wagon In Starke tact with many of its residents. She heavier workload and a $121 pay bS, ; Administrative Support Division: I TWO |
Keystone Heights and surrounding has met many people through Rod's raise. Duncan's rationale is that if Dewey McKInney, director of personnel SCREEN
areas is busily engaged In calling on activities. all the county-level administrators Dean of Students.:... and employee relatIOns.. ,
new residents moving into the area, Anyone who would like a visit should by hold the title of director they II all ,Jerry Petrella, BHS; David Tew;. Lennard Register director of GATOR BAIT 2
Hostess .
the Welcome Wagon level of responsibility '
people moving within the''area have the same operatIons.Dolores rated: R
parents pf new babies and engaged} call Mrs. Buchele at 964-4354 Buchele and ,.and the superintendent can. pile BMS. Morgan director' of school

couples.When the Welcome Wagon hostess make doesn an sell appointment.anything and Mrs.there is no the The work administrators on. are: Vo-Tech Center... food Michael service.Reddish director of. purchasing 301 I DRIVE-Ul
informational obligation to make a purchase since James Ward, director of center; and warehousing. .
calls the! presents James vocational coor director of data col- Starke 964-7484
packets concerning facilities in the she is an employee of Welcome Principals; Lewis : Steve Miller,
International Inc., which Fri. Sat. & Sun
community as well as gifts, furnished Wagon
by her sponsors. derives its income Welcome from merchantswho Wagon in :Gleirk Cites' Health
Mrs. Buchele began calling on sponsor the Hampton Resigns, FATALATTRACTION
in February, after lining up each community.
,
people Mrs. Buchele doesn't ask, questions (H!!]
10 sponsors to furnish gifts for new that most people by Buster Rahn, The Telegraph. pay anything.
or newly ,but has found for the clerk's position
residents, new parents Writer Applications
BCT Staff
community want someone : Hampton will hold its first Jam
a
Into '
Clients are furnished moving obtained from the
engaged couples. Gordon Wadsworth, Hampton cIty'clerk may be Admission:
to talk to, and someone who. boree of the year Saturday, May 1,
o information concerning sponsors and- will listen. She listens well. tendered his resignation to clerk's otfice. Applicants must be a from 7-11 p.m. Jamborees be Adults......._..._....._ 990
products to and/or services about the This area of Florida is growing, Mayor Elwood Padgett during a resident. of Hampton.has served for about 18' held the first Saturday in each Children .:.....*.............' 50*.
questions Wadsworth
other answers scheduled ,council '
compared to regularly city month, from May until November
,
doesn't albeit very slowly I served as
hostess I but has
communIty: If the Mrs. meeting Tuesday April 12. months this time, "until I RADIO SOUND-:
,communities further south. or people quit comingCoun-
to she several tunes, beginning
know the answer questions Wadsworth set the eifective date' town clerk
cilwoman Amy Davis saId.
hours ,
20-30 per,
Buchele, working
usually knows where answers maybe .week calling on 25-33 families each as April 30, but said he could work a SO years ago.,when the Job. -didn't
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found. few days into May if needed.
time
some
month.;She also spends
Hostesses get
Welcome Wagon Giving poor health as a reason for
'names of families to visit from' soliciting additional sponsors.concept, resigning, Wadsworth said his hearing
The Welcome Wagon
friends, relatives and neighbors. is bad,'and he may have missed
Tennessee in
People'' acquainted ,with Welcome began in Memphis some things said in ,a ,council
the fron-
Wagon will call the hostess, and invite 1928, taking'its name from .bound meeting but"'1m not going to buy a '
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western
her Into the home,to bring gifts tier days, when hearing aid" We Flooded
met with wagon .re
wagon trains were :
and information. the
Padgett accepted
Mayor
Mrs.Buchele has been in loads of supplies and gifts from local ;
Although resignation with regrets and recom- ilji
to entice
Florida only 15 months she is rapidly merchants to in settle an attempt in the community. mended posting notices of the vacan- 11./ Showers Jiff'
newcomers
learning about the local communities cy In the post olf ice, local stores and d
Her husband. Rod is .. Values! :
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:"" : 'Lee Surren'dered Lincoln Assassinated 1
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wards that the wound was not mortal.
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Present Florida. its Saturday, April 15, 1865 issue The H. .
William Seward
New York Herald carried new of two Major Jr
'," momentous historical events occurring, by paymaster was in the room and rushed t
With Unparalleled Crisis' strange coincidence, within the space of ,the defense of his father and was badly cu
: ( ,, five days-123 years ago this week. in the side by the assassin, but not fatally
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The first event, on April 9,'was the surrender The desperado managed to escape fron
(Guest editorial by Secretary of State Jim Smith) of Confederate General Robert E. ''the house,and was prepared for escape b
'Lee to U.S. General Ulysses S. Grant at having a bone at the door. He immediau
Appomattox courthouse in. Virginia on ly mounted his horse and sang out the motto

,Florida today faces a cnsis un- forcement reports that the volume of April e, 1865. of the "State of Virginia "Sic Sempe
Tyrannis (Death to the tyrant) and rod
paralleled in its history a drug abuse criminal offenses in this state has surpassed The second 'was the assassination of off.
crisis that is terrifying in its ramifications the one million mark for the first President Abraham Lincoln at Ford's

for 'our young people and this time in history, and that over 50 percentof Theatre 1865. in Washington, D.C. on April 14. mediately Surgeon sent General for, and Barnes be examined was Mr im

state's future. The flood of drugs into these crimes are directly or indirectly Seward and pronounced him safe. H

Florida has reached epidemic:: propor- the result of drug abuse. In a blackbordered'story datelined wounds were not fataL The Jugular vet
,Washington, April 14, 1865, the Herald not cut, nor the wound in the breas
of was
tions and has permeated every aspect and federal investigative -
Last year, local, state reporter wrote, "Washington was thrown deep enough to be fatal.
our lives efforts in Florida resulted in into an intense excitement a few minutes '
before eleven o'clock this evening, by the *
More of'our youth are experimenting the seizure of an estimated 155,000
and are of the pounds of cocaine and 3.9 million announcement that the President and A' later dispatch, filed the same da
with drugs, these drugs Secretary Seward had been assassinated Abraham Lincolnjust :
variety that should have gone out with pounds of marijuana valued at over $3.5 and were dead." reported

the 196Q'sL.S.D.' .. marijuana, and billion. The wildest excitement prevailed in all The President continues insensible an

others 'synonymous with that drug, While the flow" of drugs into Florida 'parts of the city. Men women and in time to see him mount his horse and sinking.

culture. But, they are also using the so can be reduced, action must be taken to children, old and young,rushed to and fro, ride away. secretary 'Seward remains withou

called 'drugs of choice" like cocaine eliminate, or at the very least reduce, and had the nearly rumors every were member magnified of the until Cabinet we The operation shows that the whole thing toured change in; Frederick two places Seward's, besides a skull severe is ira cu<

and crack. the demand for these drugs. This process killed.Some tune elapsed before authentic was fired a the preconcerted pistol was plan.a man The about person thirty who upon the head.

Regardless if it is a drug of the past or must begin at an early age if it is to data could be ascertained in regard to the ,years of age, about five feet nine, spare It is now ascertained with reasonab

a drug of fashion, the effects on our have a positive,etfect, and the place to affair. built, fair skin dark hair apparently 1 certainty, that two assassins were enga
youth ,are still devastating and long start is not in, high school, nor in junior The President and Mrs. Lincoln were at bushy with a large moustache. Laura ed in the horrible crime, Wilkes Booth, I tx
high school. The place to start is in Ford's Theatre, listening to the perfor- Keene and the leader of the orchestra log the one that shot the President, and th
,lasting. According to statistics compiled mance of The American Cousin', occupy- recognized him as J. Wilkes Booth, the actor other an accomplice whose name is no
by the Departments of Law Enforce' grade school. ing a box in the second tier.At the close of ,and a rabid secessionist. Whoever he known.It .

ment and Health and Rehabilitative We need to call for and support better the third act, a person entered the box occupied was, it is plainly evident that he appears from papers found in Booth
Services, the problem is growing, programs in our schools and take a by the President and shot Mr. Lin- thoroughly understood the theatre, and all trunk that the murder was planned bet
coln in the head. The shot entered the back the and modes of escape to the
role at home in order' to approaches ''the 4th of March, but fell through the
70 illicit more active : '
Sixty to percent of all drugs of his head and came out above the temple. stage. A person not familiar with the because the accomplice backed out un
coming in the United States come educate our children about drugs and The assassin then Jumped from the box theatre could not have possibly. made his Richmond could be heard from',

through Florida and sixty-four percentof ,alcohol. upon the stage and ran across to the other escape so well and quickly. and
Booth his accomplice were at th
all juvenile arrests in Florida involve We need to support those legislatorswho side, exhibiting a dagger in his hand, The alarm was sounded in every livery stable at 6 o'clock: last evening an
alcohol abuse laws against drug flourishing it in a tragical manner, quarter. Mr. Stanton was notified and Im-
drug or call for tougher left here with their horses at 10 o'clock, 0
shouting the same words repeated by the mediately left his house, All the other
It is'easy to see by these figures that peddlers.And ''desperado at Mr. Seward's house, adding members of the Cabinet escaped attack. shortly before that hoUr.

Flonda is becoming a topers' haven." we need to consider sanctions, to it, "The South Is avenged," and then Cavalrymen were sent out in all dIrec- "1t would appear that they had, Co
from the back entrance to the several days, been seeking their chant
There is an easy supply there' is an such as, the removal of peciflc escaped tions' and dispatches were sent to all the
stage, but in his dropped his pistol but for some unknown reason th
passage
eager market, and the price is low. Until privileges, against drug users who are and hat. fortifications and it is thought they will be assassination was not canned into effe
these three factors are eliminated,' ottenders. We confiscate the captured.
repeat pro- Mr. Lincoln fell forward in his seat,and until last night,
the drug abuse problem in thiS state"will of drug smugglers. Perhaps we Mrs. Lincoln fainted., About half-past ten o'clock this evening, One of the assassins has evidently mad

continue to grow and destroy our need to confiscate driving privileges. The moment the astonished audience a tall,' well-dressed' at man made Seward's his appearance his way to Baltimore; the other has not y(

,children, our, young 'adults,"' and,,, We ''must make it clear drug, and could realize what had happened the residence, and applied Secretary for admission. He been traced., '

ultimately, our future., ''alcohol abuse 1S not( ,going to, be President was taken and earned to Mr.'. was refused admission by the servant, THE PRESIDENT DEAD 4'

More",and more young people 'are' tolerated.. ;, Peterson's House in Tenth Street opposite when the desperado stated that he had a War Department,WashingtoApril
to the theatre.Medical aid was immediately
prescription from the Surgeon General IS,7:30 A.A
,As has most of his life
becoming involved in the drug trade as, one who spent sent for and the wound was at first
sup and that he was ordered to deliver it in per- Major General DIx, New York:
Flonda's smaller towns are turned into in public service, I am very concerned posed to be fatal,'and it was announcedthat son. He was still refused, except the ''Abraham Lincoln died this morning a
I distribution points for:large drug syn-' ,about the future of Flonda. Drug abuse he could not live; ,but at half-past written order of the physician. This he ,twenty-two minutes past 1 o'clock., .
dicates.'For example, in Tallahassee a is robbing us of our future and the situation -'! twelve he is still alive, though in a pretended to show and pushed by the ser Edwin M.StantoSecretary
15-year-old girl'was recently I arrestedfor will continue to deteriorate if stepsare precarious, condition., vant and rushed up the stairs to Mr of W 8

selling roughly $650 worth of crack not taken now- to put an end to this, As the assassin ran across the stage Col. Seward's room. He was met at the door by' ,* *
,J.B. Stewart, of this city, who was occupy- Mr. Fred Seward,who notified him that he
cocaine. nightmare.' ing one of the front seats in the orchestra, was master of the house and would take (Editor's Note: This historic issue of th
The destruction caused drugs It is my goal as Secretary of State andas on the same side of the house as the box occupied charge of the medicine. After a few words 'New York Herald was found several year
by ) a member of the Cabinet to help provide by Mr. Lincoln sprang to the stage had passed between them, he dodged by ago by Maurice Norton, of Starke in Ui/
however, is not just limited to the lives attic of his mother's home in Rocklan
long-term solutions that are neededto and followed hIm; but he was obstructed in Fred Seward and rushed to the Secretary'sbed
and well-being of our ,children. Drug his passage across the stage by the frightof and struck him in the neck with a dag- Maine.,We are grateful to Mr. Norton I 10
abuse impacts each and every citizen as secure a meaningful, rewarding, and, the actors, and reached the back door ger, and also in the breast. adding this issue to our collection. 'fh
drug-related crime, continues to in.: ,most of all, a drug-tree future for all of about three seconds after the assassin bad It was supposed at first that Mr. Sewardwas story about Lee's surrender at Appomatox
us. With your support and help I passed out Col tot to the street will appear next week.)
your Stewart :
crease at an alarming rate. killed instantly, but it was found after-,U'\I 111'J\. ..: OJ '111..... '
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The Realities fToxic'WasteNeed Open Letter to ,

I to Be Faced Bradford Staff
by Floridians NOW Hospital :,

.' :- Larry Speakes, the gito ex. ed his questionable PR talents to Editor, Telegraph: ,
We brought our 21 month old son in f
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spokesman for PresidentReagan's
make 'up, out of whole cloth All Florida citizens need to confront the "Earth Week" Declared what turned out to be a JlfethreatenlSItuation. !
White House is now 'quotable quotations he attributed realities posed by toxic waste. We are, as For April 19-26; .Dr.Glanas and everyone on du
enjoying one of Wall Street's as direct quotes from President, Florida's Department of environmental Public Support Asked kept us informed and showed great co
cushier,jobs as Vice President of Reagan'In one instance he Regulation repeatedly tells us, a part of passion during trying tunes. There Is
Communications for thei"prestigious" "'plagarized the problem.The law requires that we also ,An Open Letter: doubt that their efforts ,and lots
a quotation from be a part of the solution. But our (leaders answered prayers saved his life. For th
brokerage.firm of ,Secretary of,State George Shultz have bypassed utl "EARI-H WEEK" is April 19 to 26., we will be forever grateful.,

Merrill Lynch. :and attributed it to Mr Reagan. 'We are told that time is Critical.'A mass Help celebrate by trying to recycle; use Trauma 1 from University Hospital fi

But unless Mr Speakes mends Without any.. apojogies Speakes'' toxic waste burner and storage facility has more biodegradable\products,' ,and en- hun to their infant intensive care unit r

his "telling" ways, he may soon 4 said '"My decision to put to be, "designated immediately" so that to courage do the our same local whenever businesses and industry 'Trauma 1 paramedics fly to ma
become ex-Vice President of ,Shultz's words in Reagan's 'the State is not faced with the loss of $21 possible, hospitals, but they had never been to a
( million of EPA Superfund money< next Join us for an Earth Week expenence to hospital where people worked togethera
o Communications for the firm ,mouth played well, and neither .
them ", year.. increase community awareness and help unit better than the staff of Bradfc
whose TV'commercials feature of complained.. Perhaps' Yet according to the Gainesville Sun make Bradford, County a good place to Hospital did that Easter!: night

'hefty bull-* apparently what "Mr. ,they thought it was too late to the processing capacity of the proposed incinerator -, We- forever.. ,Sandra O'Bnant-Johnson" We would also like to thank
Speakes is'full of.-- ; complain after the statements is to be 250,000 tons of toxic waste 911 Pratt St.,Starke their prayers. everyoneall .

., ', .' had already,been published.The per day.'At this rate, the ive Superfund Phone 964-4288 Steve Kitten Denm:
would
we temporarily up in
have
publishers
just money next year represents only 36%
In his
discussing quote-
released MriSpeakea', book of the $5T million dollar It cot to process
.. 'covering his White House tenure ,maneuvering after aReaganGorbachev one day's rated output, or le** than 0.14V
as the "great miscommunlcator"--; summit. of the annual rated operating cost

\ for the "Great Communicator" meeting Speakes said he felt Thus I do not think that losing one year': ,

Ronald Reagan. The book is entitled ,that Gorby was "really getting of Superfund money can Justify bypassing Forestry Bradford CountyTimber ,
"Speaking Out", but judg- 'the advantage over us in his regional planning councils, local elected >-i
give-and-take with reporters", so officials, and the citizen! Education is By David W.NortonBradford
its Tax
ing by contents, might better Surprise
aide vital if we are to have any hope of coping, Forester'
have been labeled "Speaking Out Speakes told a White House with, the problem., county

of Turn," Some of the juicier tidbits to draft some punchy quotes for ,While we should have discussed the issue This article appeared m'the November-, 'loss of capital gains and'income aver

moved the present White the, President. Speakes put the long ago, we were not afforded the oppor- ,December 1987 issue of'Foret Farmer ing. I understand that timber growing H
House spokesman Marlin Fitz- final polish of the fake statement tunity. In the long run. It will o*far less magazine. The author, C.M. Stn Farmer been linked to other abusive tax shell*
water, to pronounce it "...a' that had Reagan telling Gorby costly for u*all to pause now do our pannIn / -\ the National Outstanding free of that Congress was trying to do away wi
damned "There is much that divides us, right the first time, and do It, a* the Year' Mr.: Stripling has some' In- This Is naive thinking. In South Georgia
outrage. that's what itis" but I believe the world breathes'' ,prescribed bylaw and in the spirit of teresting comments to note regarding both takes Ityean after a seedling set bef(
Florida' "open government policy", and plain taxes and taxes affecting timber. His you can get any kind of return and u
easier because' we are talking the "right to know" refutation of both the purpose Is not to make you any more upset only if you are lucky and thinnings dc
Neither the White House after here together," tate and federal, governmental than you probably already are. cost more than they earn. If you are gr
the Iran-Contra affair, nor Mer: Alexander Bodisco Last year about two weeks before Congress big saw timber, you are looking at S3 ..
rill Lynch, after the Wall Street "In retrospect," Speakes now *> Keystone Heights was to vote on the tax reform bill. I more years with thinnings now and'U :
"it did a little arithmetic on my projected In- that might cover annual expenses ;
debacle of last fall, needs any &f says,. was clearly wrong to i.. your
take such which come for the year"and what it could meanin growing pulpwood, you would harvest
Mr. Speakes' brand of image-' liberties may .. 1987 and beyond under the tax reform about 20 years with a lot less earnings
shattering disclosures. ,They be.close to the understatement of measure. I was surprised when I came up your labor. '
have enough to worry about the year. with a$1,000 increase over 1986.1 called an It is my belief that Congress ha* tola
without Mr. Speakes "speaking Nursing Assistant aide to our representative in Congress and another look: at the timber situation ;
out". Better watch what you're saying Course Offered asked if they knew that this bill would increase regard to capital gains. Perhaps.th
taxes for a lot of their constituents.He .could be a waiting period of five to se
Merrill Lynch. It might be seemed a little surprised but said that years after the purchase of umberla
In a boastful interview with the given the Speakes-spoke treat- Local residents who are interestedin the bill would pass. I conceded this point before It would be eligible' for, cap
press, Speakes spoke that he us- ment. taking a Nursing Assistant Coursein but told him that there would be a lot of gains. With such a long investment,cap
'" Starke this spring (beginning May angry voters come April 1988. gains should be automatic. '
e),should contact the Santa Fe Coma In March of 1986 1 carried my books to With no tax Incentives the only v
munity College Starke Center..1'be'' my accountant and told him when he got trees will get planted will be thro
.. -.;.' 120 hour non-credit course) Is designed -' through making out the tax income form government programs such as the Com
R14. to develop a degree of skill for for 1986.,to use the same amount of income vatlon Reserve Program (CRP).Don't
'BADFORO C'ol nurses aides that will meet nursing and deductions and make out the 1987 and me wrong I am an ardent supporter
470 home standards. Graduates would 1988 tax returns using guidelines of,the CRP but only so far u it pertains to takmarginal
become Certified Nursing Assistants new tax reform law. crop land out of production
ainwsrs iligrap4r'ON as required by Florida Law. .He ran my 1986 income and deductions planting a better croptrees.. The me
through his computer using the 1987 and live for planting Umber needs to be in]
.0 4 '. 1988 tax changes. To my dismay, my; 1967 during the product for UM own profit
C imately $80,which Includes application ,taxes would be 57 .
up percent over 1986; ty not for government payments.If
.
O G..FE ON..IOHNM.MIWA tutitlon.lab fees and book,.
and 1988 taxes 71 what
my up percent over 1984 you are not already aware of
'u..II. 'Applicants'must take the TABK, using the same income and deductions that Tax Reform Act of 1966 did to your
'0,' Published each Thursday and entered on Second Clan Matter at the Poet Office at test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center.. 1 reported on my income tax return for situation, you will be the next tune
Starke Florida under Act of March 3. 1679. Subscription rate In trade area: $13 per year; 1966. The return took four pages for 1986 have a timber sale and figure your la: .
7.00. abt'months.' Outside trade area:: $13 per year; $7.BO sbt months.. For more InforamUon. please eailthe and It took nine pages for 1987 and 1968-an U you get mad. let your congress ''
SFCC Starke Center, 964-6382.. increase of over 100 percent in paperwork. : .know about your anger. Maybe w t,
i Phone(904), 004-0305 ., 13SW.c.nStr tJP.O.DrawerA 'Stance.,Florida 32091 for the new law. enough congressmen nave heard fr ".

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Suzanne Dyal, ,daughter' Mr. rangements with satin ribbons were
and Mrs.Lloyd Lavern Dyal Jr.; of used as pew markers.
ide of the 'news Brooker and Tracy Earl' McRee.son Following the ceremony a recep-
of' Mrs. Gayle Murphy and tion was held In' the church
,_ Vddtwp S dub N.w. Suclnl Ev.ni.A. Edgar Eugene McRee both of fellowship hall Greenery decoratedthe
.......... Chunk Nm' Blnh.J .. Starke, were roamed Saturday reception area. 'The bride's table
.'tl.. .....- __,_. Mar, 26 at 7 p.m. was covered with a white lace ruffled -
0)11.XJ 1.,,0- Rev.,Cecil Turner performed the tablecloth decorated with silver
wedding ceremony at BrooKer Bap- 'candelabra. The three-tiered all
-: !" Engagement. y tist Church. Pianist Kathy Green white wedding cake was decorated ,......
a and Soloists Greg Douglas and Deb- with hanging bells and love doves
'GO't", 19t; 'brjS bie Pate provided nuptial music. topped with a miniature bride andgroom.
a Krause-Moody Ushers were Kelley Dyal (brotherof ..
....art. t Engagement Told the bride, Richard McRee The food tables were covered with
I' (brother of the groom). and Kelly white cloths with Chiffon ruffled
.4ia.. .,.( Mr. and Mrs; Darrell R. Krause of Moulton. Best man was Billy. Shannon overlays trimmed with lace. A large
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White Springs announce<) the engage- s's white and teal 1 silk flower arfange-
,ment and approaching wedding of .Given in marriage by her father ment in silver epergne flanked by
t*" their daughter, Sharon Anne'Krause. the bride wore a white full-length silver candlesticks was the center
..M to William Paul Moody, son' gown of summer satin featunng a piece. Above the food'' tables and
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"[ 1iI. < fKk of Mr. and Mrs. Estal* C Moody of wedding band neckline with.Sweetheart punch table were hanging lov cove

...- Lawtey. s} rY (yrk" wya opening 'adorned With' arrangements accented with flbwersin
dea r" The wedding will be held Saturday t t, hanging seed pearls The long chiffon < teal and white ,and lace
.. Apr. 16 at Stephen Foster s .,, ai accented with lace motifs had streamers. Sharon Brownlee and
Cultural Center in White Springs, sleeves which tapered to a point and Karen Pate, cousins of the bnde, cut
'" buttoned at the wrist rue fitted and served the cake. Robin McReeof
: .,11.NIK' t,: I bocide was covered with lace motifs Starke, sister of the groom
r } 14 Rehearsal Dinner Party hand.sewn pearls and irridescent sequins presided over the bride book
with a basque waistline. From Punch was served from two
For Broswe//-// Johns
.J ,( W" /{ the deep-vee back flowed a three- pedestal punch bowls 'on a table
.ti: <.- The home of Mr and Mrs. Randy tiered laceedged'cathedral tram. covered with white lace overlay
I,...... .- ..,1-. / Johns was the setting for a/dinner The gown was encircled with a lace- cloths, by Sara Crews and Marine
(oat; : Sharon Ann Krause party honoring their son, RICK and scalloped hemline The full-length Best Priscilla Conner and Tammy,
.,1-1 and William Paul MoodyGolden I his fiancee, Miss Gloria Braswell, bridal veil was attached to a pearl fhomason served the chocolate
following their wedding rehearsal on vee-snaped headpiece accented with groom's cake ,made by the groom's
Wlilhi" .... -- ..- .. Friday Mar. 11 silk flowers and baby pearl sprays. mother and decorated with a
Upon arriving the guests were 4 et M The bride carried a cascade ot white .childhood picture of the groom
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-101 Hew,. served appetizers by' Mrs Charles carnations, roses, stephanotis and The wedding was directed by Mrs.
Anniversary Darby, grandmother of the groom greenery with seed pearls and Regina Parnsn of Lake Butler
; :, To Be Observed By and Miss Jennifer Johns thegroom's rhinestone sprays tiny white lace Following a short wedding trip
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Mr & Mrs. JD. Odom sister. fans and wide lace ribbon. the couple now reside in Starke; The
The wedding colors were used Maid of honor was Debbie Par- bride is a 1987 BUS graduate and is
.. /i!.. .. children of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. throughout. The buffet table in the 'rlsh, cousin of the bride,.weanng a employed at Reception and Medical
;j'L,.:... Odom, Jr., will honor their parents dining room was centered with a Door-length taffeta jade green gown ,Center of Lake Butler, The groom'
.e\"t.l, 'on the 50th anniversary of their mar- lovely arrangement of pink carnations .. with fitted bodice pufleJruftled up- graduated from BHS In 1683 and l is
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1t.u: nage on Saturday April 23, from' snapdragons' and baby's per sleeves tapering to point and employed at. L & D Ceiling of
three o'clock until seven o'clock at breath. The guests were seated at in- buttoned at wrist (tie gown Gainesville.
',a the Woman's Club of Starke. dividual round tables, covered with Mrs Tracy McKre featured a basque waistline with a
; ';, All fnends and relatives are in- long white skirts and pink over. long back peplum. A silk flower accented Birth.
Matti' .
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; .t: : ,Vlted to attend. No gifts, please cloths. Dainty arrangements of pink with! tiny teat colored ribbon

carnations and baby'S breath and ,--- -..._-...... ... --, .. 4 was her hairpiece, and she carried a <'"John Reed
handmade pink placards with tiny white lace tan decorated with teal
y6;'I 1 } Gloria Strickland silK flowers created by Mrs. George ;-'il and white silk flowers, and. .satin Rick and Wendy Repolgle' of
-*, 'I:. Honored at Brunch .. Roberts adorned the tables. Guy Andrews'' :':;. ""tl/1 ,,\:'<" .streamers Starke announce the birth of a son,
;\'+ During the evening the honored Banquet Set. I" ;:,. ,:! '! ,.; Bridal attendants Cindy Taylor, John Reed, born April 1 in Alachua
b!).Ys An intimate group of fourteen couple presented their attendantswith ': '.: ) I, (,1"1 Vickie Crockrell and Sherrie McRee General Hospital. He weighed 7 Ib,7
gathered for brunch on Saturday personal gifts as a remem- ,May 7' for Minority RecruitinqThe "Y: \ ; .I (sister of the groom) wore gowns oz and is joined by one sister, Lind-
Apr 9 to honor Miss Gloria brance of the occasIon.Approximately identical to the maid of honor's.adorned' sey, 3 yrs. old.Maternal '
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Strickland bride-elect of John with a single strand of ,
... ,. titty guests enjoyed grandparents Mr
.t ,Valmski at the Kingsley Lake homeof the evening, including, the Guy' Andrews 'Minority' Ship., The affair will consist ol: a pearls a gilt from the bride. and Mrs. John A. Wright ot Bartow.
Mrs. George A. Canova. bride parents. Mrs. Minnie Lee Recruiting Committee {whose' purr steak dinner with entertainment lor Large terns and potted palms Great grandparents! are Mr. and
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Hosting the affair. with Mrs. Braswell of Orange Park and Mr. pose is the recruiting and attracting a donation of $12. You may contact, were used as' background on the, Mrs Robert Wright and Mrs. O W..'
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j>.. ; ,. Canova were Mrs. David Canova, and Mrs. Gordon E, Braswell of minority students' to the Starke any, committee member or last church altar for the ceremony. 'the ,Rothrock, all ot Bartow. '
,f" fr Mrs. J.W. Furlong and Mrs. R.A, Grand Ridge Center of Santa Fe Community Col, year's scholarship recipient for center of the altar was highlightedby ,Paternal grandparents: Mr..
Green Jr.Guests Assisting In serving were Ms.Nancy lege) is sponsoring a banquet May?, tickets.; a 45-candle circular candelabra and Mrs..' Fred R. Replogle, 01
+.; iift gathered Informally on the Akridge, Mrs.' David Arn: and at 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion COMMITTEE MEMBERS ', Guy which was adorned with' a flower Slocomb, Ala.
front lawn before being served in- Mrs. Bob Ferguson .Hall. on Edwards Road Starke Andrews, Ross Chandler Clarence spray in white accented with teal.
h.).:!:. doors. The ivory lace-covered tables The purpose of the banquet IS to DeSue, Theresa Holiday( ,,. Elaine ., Large floral arrangements, in the
.,.. ..n. featured glass baskets holding 4, raise funds for .our annual scholar Lee, L.C. McCutchen "Bernie chosen colors were used on each side' Club News.t.j,
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leatherleaf fern and Gloria Braswell Honored of the Two ,
shrimp plant McFadden'Mary McCloud., Velma altar, nine-point '
blossoms. Miss Strickland's place of candelabra flanked the setting. The Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs John
Mitchell Jesse and
With Moore
Saturday Brunch ,.Daisy Grillin
Mrs.
marked candle decorated and James Blackshear,
"" 11 ''' honor was uniquely by a Single Parents Course Williams, trinity was with
.: miniature arrangement of rosebuds. Miss Gloria Braswell of .Orange white and teal floral, arrangements attended the'' FFWC District IV
.!til, .,. A tiered center-handle server in Park the bride-elect of Rick Johns,> Set May 9-20 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS: ''and white satin ribbons. Decorated President's Council meeting held at
.6:::;(;: pale pink embossed glass was and tier attendants were honored, 'Are you interested changing rasher Allen. Learmtine Jellerson, hurricane globe candles lighted the Orange Park Woman's Club on Friday -
, presented to the honoree as ,a Saturday, Mar. 12, at a brunch at the careers re-entering the workforce Kimberly\ Smith Stt'phanae'Sams, church windows and flora) ar April 8Our :
;1:1'; ? remembrance: ,of.the occasion. Officer's Club at Camp Blanding 'or making the transition from and Angela Montgomery,
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Hostesses for the occasion were the homemaking to paid employment .
grandmother ;rot, the groom Mrs. ,
The
Single Parents or Homemakers
; Geneaology;: Seminar : :: .Charles Darby; his! great-auntMrs., 'Program at Santa Fe Community ,.

In Gainesville Apt. 16 Carl Chambliss of Jacksonville and College provides vocational and . .
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.' his aunts, Ms; Nancy Akridge of is "ir'
career assessment, counseling, job,
; The Alactiua County Geneaology Lake Butler, Mrs. Bob Nobles of search activities, and a two-week
I., '' ,\ Society Is sponsoring a geneaology Mandarin and Ms. Brenda Dowdell ,,employability skills class. phone maintenance plan
', seminar on Saturday, Apr. 16 at the of Orange Park fiancee of the The next class is May 9-20 and
Doyle Conner Building AuditoriumIn groom's uncle.Arrangements. meets daily from 9 S.m. until 2 p.m.
Gainesville. of spring flowers This program Is tree for single is' around house.
George and Louise Everton from adorned the tables where handmade parents and homemakers who handy your
Everton Co. placards holding straw flowers
Publishing the tiny reside in Alachua and Bradlord
publishers of the Genealogical' marked the individual seats. Joining Counties. For additional information "r..
I Helper will be presenting a six ses- Gloria for this lovely occasion were contact Andrea Ashley 395-5J93:
sion genealogical workshop which her mother Ms. Minnie Lee at Santa Fe Community College.
1(1.: J will begin at 9 a.m., have a lunch Brasweli of Orange Park her stepmother -
ji..t; y break at noon and continue until 5 Mrs. Gordon E. Braswell of
{2.i: 4w Grand Ridge her aunt, Mrs, Charlie
\\1M'!! t pm.The fee is $18 per person and attendees '-Braswell of Bascomb Mrs. S.R. Church News. .
iK IU are asked to bring their own Johns; grandmother of the groom ; '
I' ...t.\ lunch or plan to eat at a local nearby and Mrs. Randy Johns mother of ;' ; ir ( ; ,;
:m.. :f. restaurant. The $18 fee includes a the groom, both of Starke. Gospel SingSaturday : ; : :: ) ( /}} ; :: ,: )

one-year subscription (couples get 2yrs Out of town guests included Mrs/ at 7 p.rn;' .. ', ,; : '.' ..... .
,.. subscription) to the Helper. Ann Crawford Mrs. Jay Douglasand held ." \.:. '. "J' ;\'I\I.') } ; >,.<( :.,)," ''. ':il'I"/J; ) ,'''If. ';" )
,".,l I'.'.1. For additional information callMitchell Miss Brenda Crawford of, A,gospel Apr. 16 slOg'will at 1 p.m. at be Beulah Saturday BaptISt '.,' ,:/,! ::\;f..%{ \! ,\" ;1\{,;\A(: ::);:.i. ,/*; ;\ jr",':*I" ':',;,f?i-: '" :" ,, t .'.':" V ." ,
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Sapp, 332-2065. after e P'm.' Augusta Ga.; Mrs. G.L. Warren and ,il'"'''' : 'i.I',',!.' / :. ,. j" : ,1.1 .,
!! +\ Miss Susan Warren of Jacksonville, Church;; located on SR 21, ap- ';>, ;',..:)C. '. ''f 'o''. .
f.: proximately 8 miles south of,Mid- :,: )' :, ./ ." '. ., I \'\\/',' '
.. .. and Mrs JTudy Ruffian of Orange' I, {! I., .,. }.
\I die burg. :1f\f'' ,:.' S 'ilk:; \11\ \
'Io r tl;; A.O.R.N.. Meeting Park. Special singers will be 'the Gospel ,\, I .. ) ''n ,',., ...', .. 'j', .,''1'.11tJt)' ( \I:','!,, ,.'

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'I\ the University April 8 at a luncheon sponsored by the church relations

,department. '
: Receiving awards were: the Rev. Ben P. Bryant of the First Baptist
; Church of Starke; Rev. Dr. Charles Horton from College Park Baptist 1
l Church, Orlando and Chaplain Warren B. Wall of the Avon Park Correctional
Institute, both alumni of Stetson; and the Rev. Larry Lee Sherwoodof 4 l
the First Baptist Church of Geneva. 5
Rev Bryant has been at First Baptist Church of Starke since 1973. He
J also was pastor of Olivet Baptist Church in Milton and was a student pastorat
-, rr Rocky Creek Baptist Church in Martanna. He is a graduate of William

'"-I Carey College in Hattlesburg,Miss., and New Orleans Baptist Theological.
: Bryant .
Is the stewardship director of the New River Baptist Association
and he is a member of their missions committee. In 1980, he was assigned
'by the Home Mission Board and Florida Evangelism Department to

,crusades in Pusan and Taejon Korea. :
To share In this auspicious occasion approximately 45 church and family yJt
members from Starke Journeyed to Stetson University in Deland to attend
qMr a delicious luncheon and presentation of this honor. In Rev. and Mrs. J

Bryant's immediate famlly.-four of his five children were able to attend, -
along with staff members from First Baptist Church. .w

r 'A Rev. Bryant was presented with a plaque for this unique honor and was
well-supported by those who shared in this glorious moment.

Congratulations, Brother Ben!



:Revivals' -.... -... ... .... .... ...... ",_ ... .......

Bradford Baptist
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Old-Fashloned Tent "
Revival Apr. r,7-20
Revival Apr, 17-22
Bradford Baptist Church will be ar
'Hope Baptist Church will host'a having their first annual Spring
week-long old-fashioned tent revivalon Revival April 17-20 with EvangelistDr.
April 17-23. Dr. Gene Coons Mrs.Matthew Meister
Homer Britton from Chat-

founder of E.V. Coons Evangelist tanooga, Term., as guest speaker. ,Suzanne Sharpe, Matthew Meister .. I
Ministries will be the featured Dr. Bntton entered the field of

speaker. Music Evangelist John evangelism in '1944 and during these Married In Mar. 5 CeremonySuzanne
Willis, formerly with the Willis forty years has been in every state in
1[ T Evangelistic Ministries and now' the Union and a number of foreign
Music and Youth Director at Berea countries including Australia, Williams Sharpe, cented with a gathered bodice and
: Baptist Church in Lake City will be Europe and recently a missionary daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Samuel fitted waist. They carried arrangements
Bryant in charge of special music. evangelistic tour of five months Ronald Sharpe of Gulf Breeze and of rebrium lilies, yellow
A pre-service concert will be held circling the globe. Matthew Boiet Meister, son of Mr (reeslas. alstroemerlum lilies.
I each evening at 7:30: p.m. each even- Dr. and Mrs. Bntton are the proud and Mrs Charles Lewis Meister of seafoam statice peach roses galax
ing. A nursery will be provided. parents of ten children who are serv- Gulf Breeze, were married Satur and batchelor buttons.

." '' "" ,., ,"',.i,, ., ,;,,"" "," ', Pastor Gary Heath invites you to ing the Lord in various capacities as day Mar, 5 in St. Francis' of Assisi
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'," ...:jl: ,," ,,' .' <, '" .,:I( /'-.;' "\" \\V': ll\\\\'; :\\\'wt) 1,' Join us under the tent for this Holy' music ,directors youth Episcopal Church. Olivia Claire Bailey was flower
t'.' ""I,'.' ,; ,'. :,' :, ,'!i".I.'Y'; ( <',, .\:, \,; .. Ghost Revival. Hope Baptist wantsto preachers Chris- Miss Sharpe is the granddaughterof a ballerina length
:' '(. '1'" \ ''',, :;'H,',.,'': "" ', i"l{; ; : ;: .U '\:;;,'\;'::.:<>r. be a Southern Baptist Church that tian pastors school foreign teachers missionaries, etc. Dr. and Dr. and Mrs, Edwin Lacy girl dress of wearing white moire taffeta with teal

School Menus -...____.......___ 0'" '""'" cares for the community; it is Mrs. Bntton are members of Williams of Seagrove Beach and sash and slippers. She carried a
located 8 miles south of Starke on 'Highland Park Baptist Church in Mrs. Samuel. Volney Sharpe of moss basket with dried flowers and
Hwy. 100. Look for the tent! Rober- Millbrook, Ala.. and the late Mr.: .
April 18-22 green lima beans, fruit Cello, biscuit milk.Hedneiday Chattanooga where Dr. Lee petals.Maid
] furkey tettraiim, buttered com, son was the honored pastor for more Sharpe. of honor'' was Miss Mary
Bradford Eletn. & Middle School applesauce, chocolate case hot folio, mitt. Strlcknci./ / -Vallnskl/ than 40 Dr. Bntton received Mr, Meister is the grandson of Mathilda Cox cousin of the bride,of

Monday Hamburger Ilro.y, mashed poltilofa,; j slaw rhund.y.lot. peaches, brownie dog on, Dun milk., baked beana, cole. Wedding AnnouncedThe 'his honorary years.Doctor's Degree from .Mrs. Homer' Boiet McLendon .Atlanta Ga. Matron of honor was
(Florence Matthews) of Gulf Breeze
nuttered ,
green peas : e"e'Ke. hog\ roll, Jesse Mark Stroud sister of the
Mrs.: ,
r'rldnyt Managers choice day, Tennessee in
Temple University
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milTursday*/, wedding of Miss Gloria and the late Dr. McLendon, former-'
: BBCJ lumcy tn*coo strawberry shortcake, miiK. will be presented in '
Wnfamdayi Sloppy Joe On Dun, Irencft, dries,,, Monday! 'HambUr ers.'eorndoll"/ french toes,' Mr John Cameron Valinski is planned Special music held and Mrs. Walter Helmut Meister of were Stephanie,
green bean, brownie, milK piua, O J., muunakea, ? .' for 4 p.m.ApnJ 23 at the First, every service. Services will be Bismarck, North Dakota', Thomas sister of the bride' of
Taiuradayi Turkey tellrailnl." loosed salad! fruit Tuesday Cheeseburgers,' ......,/.trench: fries, United Methodist Church of Starke. Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Carol
Nashville Term.:;;, Elizabeth
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U J. milksnakes.' Wednesday, ;
einnamMi roll milk.
Friday Manager i'lwice Day Wedneidayx J'izza, hamburgers*, corndoga' A. reception will follow at the Of-' Monday through evenings The Rev; Robert L. Williams Jr., Wahle of Ocala ; Dana Kay
'trench tries, milkshakes, U.J. : ficers Club in Camp Blanding on at 7:30: p.m.invited 'attend. performed the double ring Maseman' West Palm Beach; Ms.:
Bradford Thundayi kCneeseourger,. .corndog., trench Kingsley Lake.. Everyone is to candlelight ceremony where classic
High School fries, milkshakes. located 1/4 mile Michael Lee Hardiman, Destin; and
Bradford is
Mondayi'BBQ turkey on Dun,frenco tries green: Fridays Managers choice day. No invitations are being sent local-! ,, off SR 100 Baptist on 100 A (Gntfis Loop) at music was presented ,by Mrs. Kaycee Ann Brandon, ,Pensacola
beana, coconut caka, milkA. '' 't';acn day students have a choice of a not luncn ly but all family and friends are in-1 Mary Anne Kozbiel organist/soloist Beach.
Toeadayi Hamburger gravy, maimed pototoea. salad' bar or a-la-carte., vited to attend the wedding and.the the railroad tracks. and Miss Allison Macy, flutist. Adam Charles Meister; nephew of

reception. Spring Revival the groom was ring bearer wearing
The bride was given in marriage a white linen eton suit with teal ac-
I At Lawtey BaptistThe by her father and wore a gown of cessories.
: white bridal satin with a sweetheart Mark Lewis Meister of Orlando
NOTICE First Baptist Church of
neckline formed scalloped bead-'
I > Revival { served his, brother as best man.
Lawtey will have its{:spring
.. '' and ed "lace.:'The leg-o-mutton sleeves' ...Groomsmen: wer.e.M1cbael.Clay
I beginning Monday;'Apr*18 conrMnwuigUiroufthFnday.'Apr -cresfed aT the' Shoulder eadScr, i
Meister,' ...brother of ; the groom; ,
;1'iw; .4" ... NOTICE AND. APPUCATJON*FOR: j \\J.. ti\4IOt wi ,22.3..; L--'IiP.lWWesr' Q&II1e ..IIIiUI1M '>> steiWfeB< nald S qx Jrll brother(
,t. ).1>1', '-' ..aS .iq ed 'k ,u ,i\I';\ p1 ev l list will be Dr. fi1! : .0I ij2k1.I_ pQtiWacc.-'etTttt BMae; 4ti "i Ul1Wid; '..netto. -

r.J, ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1988 >' James Ford, pastor of the Macclenny -. appliques overlaid the fitted bodice. Christopher John Jacobi William
; : Soft pleats fell to the floor where a
,,' Baptist Church and Professor at Marion Weston, Jr., all of Gulf ,
border of lace encircled the tram
Breeze and Robert Christopher J
"': :: REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT. <;''', 'the Jacksonville.Trinity Baptist College in, which was enriched with lace cut ,Bondurant of Birmingham Ala.
work appliques. The lace 'was
Special music .'will be' presented Ushers were William David Hudson,
nightly by different area churches: highlighted throughout the gown ''Jr., Ft. White and Dr. Lancing
with seed pearls and imdescent sequins.
Christopher Patterson of Winston-
Section 1 197.222! .FS allow an alternative plan for payment of real estate tames. A taxpayer who elect ,Monday-Calvary Baptist Wednesday-First; Tuesday- For her'headpiece the bride Salem N.C. Junior usher was Bnan
Smyrna Baptist
to pay taxes by the installment method shall make payment bated upon *n estimated lax which shall Church; Thursday- chose a lace wreath embellished Lewis Meister of Orlando, nephew of.
Baptist
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be equal to the actual takes levied upon the property In the preceding ysar.'I Highland Baptist; Friday-First with seed pearls, sequins and water- ,the groom.
falls of The illusion
pearl sprays.!
the
Following ceremony a recep-
Youth.
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'I .' THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL AS fOLLOWS:, ,Baptist Pastor Grayson' McNeill invites 'veil fell to fingertip length with a tion was given by the parents of the
rolled
edge. She carried a cascade of
bride at the Executive Club.
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and to come
everyone
encourages
N First Installment: 'Payment I One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted C%. Payment N and Join the First Baptist Church of white rebrium tulips, freesias roses 'and. After a wedding trip to Cancun,

shall be made not later than June)30.1'". A taxpayer must make the. Lawtey in this spnng revival. The lilies Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe the couple -

first Installment payment in order to participate! this.plan.: church is located in Lawtey on The attendants wore teal taffeta is at home in Tallahassee where I
Mr. Meister is of Blinder
o 0 Adams Street behind the Lawtey manager ,
dresses
\ with short puffy sleeves, ac'
Second Installment; Payment:' One quarter of the total estimated tanei discounted 4}"%. Payment Elementary School, Just off US 301.: Robinson and Company. Inc.,

T'' :shall be made.not later than S.pt.mber 30,1*U. .T'

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Third Installment Payment! One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any'
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1 .adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tail liability I 'I
Hllite By Dolores Meng !_ ... .
Hampton $ ..._ _-.._ -
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discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than December 31. Phone 468-1915 -

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E Fourth Installment. Payment: 'One quarter'of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any Condolence...' tl1e'famlIy Girl Scouts in Savannah... gins.;' They were guided by Debbie'
E Sympathy is extended to -,, Junior
Girt Scout Broome Virgie Ann
31 Darley
left Mary
r adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.; No.,, and fnends of Marvin Williams Troop ,
for weekend Kyle and Sallye Scoggins.-
Thursday a to
discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31.,989.- trip
who died April
Savannah. There they visited the Funds for this historic tour were
birthplace of Juliette Low, founderof raised by selling Girl Scout cookies
H you have nol ,ecel..ed.n application to pay 1988 lades by In.taUm.nt.nd It I II your intent to exercise Visitors... the Girl Scouts Organization. The and other money making events.

,your rights unde this'law then please complete the application below and mail or file with your county, Michelle Cnarisse and Dusty home is well kept with artifacts including -

tax collector prior to May ,11988. The absolute de.dline'or filing the application b April 30.191'. Any Rivers spent most of their spring clothing of the I860 to 1925 April Birthdays...

application filed after April 30 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the tan break visiting relatives in Orlando. April 1-Danielle Hersey; 2-Stacy

'collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. .Additional application form. may be Cape Coral Islamorada and Key era.The group stayed at a Days Inn Young Justun Hurt 3-Thomas Edward
'obt.in.d'rom the tax collectors office.listed below: Largo. They enjoyed the beaches near the riverfront and toured this Scoggins; 4-Amy Ruth Crews
and shopping' before returning to unique area with interesting shops Ellena Wynn Bambi Rhoden and
'Esther their home WIth Lawrence and and big ships. They picnicked in city Sean Wiggins S-Buly Home Amy
Mail completed application to: S. Hall Tan Collector ,
'i Teresa Meng. and took side
.. parks a trip to Skidway Clark Morgan Esty and Bette
l' u urawer yt>y Mrs. Madonna Gilbert and 'Island Their tour of the Science Smith; .....lCrlsta Nicole Fuqua..
daughters Karen and Anna returned Museum and University of Georgia Demetrik Jenkins; 7-Roy Rhoden
ttrkp 'F1 37(191
: .. to their home in Durham. N.C.,
Aquarium were among the. 8-Tiffany Perrin; 10-Melissa Kyle ,
following Easter vacation with her highlights of the trip.
- - - - DETACH------------------- Henry Stewart, Crystal Wilson;
parents, Mr.;, and Mrs. Francis Girls Scouts taking the trip were lS--Pamella
IF' YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1988 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT PLEASE SIGM. DATE.COMPLETE PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NO.AND Meng. and other relatives and Christina Broome Julie Collins Rhoden la-Tonya, Michael Taylor;Starling and

RETURN THIS APPLICATION TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR PRIOR TO MAY 1, tt.... UPON RECEIPT. THE TAX friends in Jacksonville" and 'Jennifer Darley, Came Ford, Kelr' Mildred Williams,

COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAYMENT DUE WITH INSTRUCTIONS. If YOU HAVI NOT RECEIVED YOUR Gainesville., Ford Jenny Johnson, Melissa Kyle,

FIRST NOTICE; BY JUNE 'S. '988. CONTACT THE TAX, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. Tracey McCullough and,April Scog

TO BE COMPlET D. TAXPAYER 'I j jI Legal NoticeZONING I

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hereby mate. application to participate the install' ., Property L D. No. NOTICE .' USDA Commodity Dates

ment payment plan for the 1988 lax year. Legal Description as H Appears on the 1987 Tax Notice JOHN A.TOMODE a JOHN MOORE hoi For DistributionSuwannee
\ mode application for SPECIAL EXCEP.
-Receipt: TION No.,I In Zoning Classification' B-2. River Economic Council Inc.,'announces the following dates
for $elf-s.rvlce gasoline pumps and for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and Income -
SIGNATURE DATI' Islands In connection with convenience eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
River Economic Council Inc.
store to the Starke Board of Adjustment
Name 'on property .located and described Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributions
address below: to the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing please bring
.23.000 sq. ft. ((0.54 ac.).'out of Parcel a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. -
\ 03167-O-OOOOOV Section 28.' Township 6 USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligible -

'South Rang. 22 East located at recipients regardless of race color. national origin, age, sex or han1 -
Phone Number Southeast corner of U.S. 301 ((5. Temple dicap.
Please Print Ave.) and S.R. 100 (Madison St.). 210 S. Distribution sites and dates are as follows:

NOTICEFlorida Temple Avenue K.o., Torode Shell to APR. BROOKER City Hall 10 a.m..l p.m.
Law require that your .estimated taxes must be mote than $100.00' In order to participate in the Installment allow serf-service gasoline pump. and '_APR: 21: STARKE Old RJE School 10 a.m.-4 p.m. _
with convenienceMore APR.. 22: STARKE Old RJE School, 10 .-1:30 _
Payment Plan. If your estimated taxes for 1988 are $100.0001..less you do not qualify for this plan. Island In connection i APR. 29: LAWTEY Recreation Center (Mlddleburg p.m.Rd.) 10.m.-a p.m.',

You must make the first installment payment not later than June 30th In order to participate In this .plan. Once you have The operation.Starke Board of Adjustment will 55 APR. 28: HAMPTON City Hall 10 a.m.-2p.m. ,.

elected to participate in the Installment payment .plan by timely paying the tint payment you are'required. to continue conduct a public hearing on Thursday, APR. 17: SPEED VILLE.( Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 10 am-1pm.
participation for the tax y.ar.'If you elect to discontinue participation you win not be entitled to receive the discounts' April 28. 1988 In the Council Room of Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. cheese, butter

provided by Law Installment payment that become delinquent shall be paid wkh the Hut installment payment. Stark City Hall at 7:30 p.m.. Starke. rice, honey and flour will be distributed this month.

: Discounts .not.be allowed on delinquent payments Florida after having been reviewed' by ,

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will be
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t'1 'i I T thle, application a* pecllled
"'M you have question;please contact the Tan Collector's Office at the following locations): '. '" In the Zoning Code of Ihe City of Starfce.
Aae..es ,I _Esther S. Hall. Tax Collector .," ," Zoning Administrator 1

-fcO-Prawt ; Starfce M. of Adj.|
:: tarke Offi Itchg 4114
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE EIGHTH 'OTYOI'STARKI OF THE EIGHTH IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUITIN COURT, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE NOTICE '

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGON AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY' C NOTICE It hereby given" that I I. Dolph The Suwanne River Water Management JOHN I. CRISSMAN will not "be \'
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA PROPOSED ANNEXATIONYou STATE OF FLORIDA "eddish at sheriff of Bradford County District! I* planning a public hearing responsible for any debt mad by :'
Co..No.8877CAWoyn are hereby notified that the City"' CIVIL DIVISION ,Florida/ under and by virtue of Writ elf to consider on exchange of land with anyone but himself at of April 1), 1988. .';1
( FOLLOWING of Stark It considering passage of the Case No. 87-158 Execution la-wilt' the County of Bradford. 1/t/3tpd u25 ',;r,
IN REt FORFEITURE OF THE following ordlna..... CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, Execution Issued out of County Court Th. three tracts Involved are described Control 0664 '..
'DESCRIBED PROPERTY;, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY, Of f/k/a CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS of Bradford County Florid pursuant toe at follows:Tract I I.That portion of the
On* (1)) Remington Modal) 760. .308 t STARKE FLORIDA. ANNEXING final Judgment Edmond D. (
CERTAIN AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Corpora-: Sonny) ,Northeast 1/4 of Section 11 lying East of
Caliber Rifle, S/N 7034M4. with UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN BRADFORD lion Tnly Jr.and Virginia E.T.nly of Stark. county graded road and East of State IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
mounted Florida, and
Tosco 3x9x33 scop, COUNTY FLORIDA: ENACTED Plaintiff against Steven Matlyatlc FOR BRADFORD
) Highway 100 less and except right-of-' COUNTY,
"One (1)) Remington Model ,12 PURSUANT TO '1' ,and Dorothy Matlyatlc, defendants In
870 FLA. STAT. 171.044; PROVIDING Vt ways for railroads and public;roods. Said FLORIDA
gauge shotgun S/N W4557S1M,, FOR NOTICE; PROVIDING FOR TALMADGE L. PRESSLEY AND the amount of $55000 tog.ther'wlth Tract I contain 27 ocr., more or less,In Civil Division '
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,'Thr*. ((3)) .308 cartridge, AN EFFECTIVE DATE.Be LINDA M. PRESSLEY. hit wife, cost of collection. Township B South, Range 22 East Brad- Case No. 86-173 'I
,'Nln. ((9)) 3" Magnum Buckshot Shll, It ordained by the City Commission-- AND FLEET FINANCE.INC, Have seized and hove In my posses ford County: FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK '
Two ((2)) Handh.ld Fla.hllght. of Stark, Florida at follows: Defendant." lion the following described personal Tract.Government Lot 2 of the Northwest "'Plaintiff
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby SECTION I: AUTHORITY. L, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE property to-wll: 1/4 of Section 5. Township B vt
,notified that the above described property This Ordinance It adopted pursuant to I NOTICE It hereby given pursuant to a 1979 Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck South Rang.22 East. Together with the ALMA J. THOMPSON.
has bn seized' under and by vlr- Fla. Stat 171.044. Final Judgment of foreclosure dated r VIN No. CCL249F302797 East V 4 of th*Northeast 1/4 of Northeast Defendant.NOTICE .
tUG of Chapter 372, at amended and It SECTION II: PURPOSE March 1988, and entered In Cat* No. A* the property of the above named'defendant 1/4 of Section 6 of said Township and OF SALE '
now In the possession of the Board of The following described, real property'It 87-158 of the Circuit Court of the Eighth' and that on Monday the 25th Rang., all In Bradford County Florida. NOTICE I I. hereby give.that. pursuant Ito
County Commissioners of the County, hereby mad a part of the City of ,Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County day of April 1988 at two o'clock on sold Containing 114.39 acres more or less the Final' Judgement entered In Case 1 t
and you, and each of you ore hereby Stark for all purpose under the law: Florida wherein CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS day on the premises of the Bradford ,Tract III Th. Northeast 1/4 of Northeast ; Number 86-173, In the Circuit Court of
notified thai a petition under told A parcel of land lying partly In the SE AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I I. the County Jallyord I will offer for sal. and 1/4 of Section 5, Township 8 Bradford County Florida I will..tell the
chapt.r, hot been flied In the Circuit 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 16, and part Plaintiff and TALMADGE L. PRESSLEV tell to the highest bidder for cash In South, Rang. 22 East Bradford County, property, situated In Bradford County |
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In ly In the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 15,, AND LINDA M. PRESSLEY It the Defendant hand the above described, property of Florida Alto known at the East Vi of Florida described as:
and for Bradford :County Florida, seeking Township 6 South Rang 22 East Bradford I will tell to the highest and best said defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Government Lot 2 of the Northeast 1/4 PARCEL 2: South 0of Lot 19 except
the forfeiture of the sold property 1 County Florida; said parcel being bidder for cash at the front door of the Execution. of Said Section. Containing 45.31 acres ROW. and North 50 feel of Lot 30 except
and you or* hereby directed and required mar particularly described, at follows: dourlhout: In Stark at 11:00: a.m. on Dolph S. Reddish more or I.... ROW of Section 18 Township 3 South,
to file your claim. If any you Commence at the Southeast corner of the ftth\ day of April 1988. the following Sheriff The hearing' Is planned for 9:30: a.m.. Range 22 East ,a* per map or plat ofWoodlawn.
have, and show cause, on or before May told SE 1/404 SE 1/4 and run Westerly described property at tel forth In sold Bradford' County, Florida ,April 21. 1988. at district headquarters' recorded In Plot Book No, 1,
::9. 1988 If not personally served with ,4 ,along the Southerly boundary thereof,to Final Judgment 3/31 4tchg 4121C..nt,0106047 Live Oak Florida. For more Information page 17, of the public records of Bradford -
process herein' and within tw.nty ((20)) an Intersection with the Westerly boun- Lot SI on Pins Avenue, Crystal lake call SRWMD at 904/362-1001. County Florida ,containing 5.496,
1 days from personal ..,.,Ic. If personally dary of the right of way of the CSX Homesltet,. according to plat thereof a* Itchg 4/14 acre, more or less
,served with procett herein why the told .Transportation Railroad for the Point of recorded In Plat Book 3. page 6, of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Control 0659 PARCEL 3: Lot 30 31 and 34 InWoodlawn.
property' should not be forfeited pur- Beginning. From Point of Beginning thus' 'current public records of Bradford County REGISTER per plat thereof In Plat Book
tuont to told chapter.Should' you fall to described continue Westerly, along said Florida. FICTITIOUS NAME REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 1. page 17 of the public records of Brad
file claim at herein' directed judgment Southerly boundary toth* 'Easterly WITNESS my hand and the teal of this Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Th* City of lawtey It soliciting proposals ford County Florida EXCEPT the North
will be entered herein' against you In boundary of the right of way of Stat. Court on March 21, 1988.HONORABLE Statutes, notice It hereby given that the to administer a Housing Grant 50 feet of lot 30, and that portion of lot ,
due court Persons not personally..,.,* Road 200(U.S. 301); thence Northeasterly GILBERT S. BROWN undersigned, Judy Cunningham, P.O. under th* Stat. of Florida Community 30 lying West of SR 223-A. In Section 18' '
ed with procett may obtain a copy of the along said Easterly boundary to the Clerk of Circuit Court Box IK Keystone Height, PI*. 3244 Development Block Grant Housing Program Township 5 South Rang. 22 East
petition for forfeiture flied herein from Northerly boundary of said SE 1/4 of SE recently awarded. at public sale,, to the highest bidder for
By Cathy sole the Consultantsmust '
Hlgglnbotham business under
1/4 thence said /, owner, doing cash at the door
Northerly of the
: Easterly
the undersigned along Bradford
Clerk of the Court. have County
Deputy Clerk firm name of ledy Bug Florist 1008 S.i a minimum of three ((3)) years 1 ..
WITNESS my hand and the teal of the boundary and along the Northerly 3/24 4tchg 4/14 Water St.;Stark, Florida 32091, Intendsto Community Development Block Grant Courthouse, In Starke, Florida at 11:00:
above mentioned Court at Storke. Bradford boundary of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/404 Section Control 0633 said fictitious under the experience In administering Housing ,a.m., on the 19th day of May 1988..
County,Florida" this MARCH ,31, 15, to the Westerly boundary of Ih* aforesaid' register statute. name Programs, GILBERT S. BROWN
1988. right of of said CSX Transportation 'AS CLERK OF SAID COURT
Interested
way firms .
GILBERT S. BROWN.Clerk Railroad: thence Southwesterly,, along ... Doted this 31 it day of March, A.D., of qualifications must, a submit a statement '' By Cathy Higginbotham
1988 In Bradford managem.nt
said Westerly boundary to the Point of County. : Deputy Clerk
Cathy Hlgglnbotham 3/31 4tchg 4/21 plan and a lump sum cost proposal by 12 '
Deputy Clerk Beginning. 0648 ,noon on May 2 to Mt. Queen Robinson 4/14 4tchg S/5
SECTION III EFFECTIVE DATE Control; Control
4/7 3lchg 4/21 ; FREEEXPLORING' ,City, Clerk P.O. Drawer .G, Lawtey 0666
This Ordinance thai) take effect
Control 0654 upon -- Florida 32058 Th. City of lawtey Is an
passage by the City Commission of I Equal Opportunity Employer. The City of Florida "Fishin' Boles'1The
Stark. Florida In order to allow allcltlz.n.
lowly reserves the right to
to voice objections, a public GODS WORD NOTICE, OF INTENTION and all ; reject any
NOTICE OF INTENTION proposals
location of 500 charted
hearing' on said Ordinance will be heldon'Tu.sdoy I TO REGISTER inshore -
TO REGISTER Itchg 4/14
FICTITIOUS NAME April 5, 1988 at the City .HOME BIBLE STUDY FICTITIOUS NAME ,Control 0663 ',and offshore, fishing: spots in
Commission Room In Starke, Florida The Bible Course It taught lit your Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Florida
Pursuant be found in
to Section 865.09. Florida can the 1 II ti
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Sold hearing to commence: at 7:00 p.m. home free of charge Statutes,notice It hereby given that the '"
Statutes, notice It that ,
hereby given theundertlgned Th. first reading of said Ordinance undersigned. Mark B. Floyd 2B32 N.W. STARKE 'Florida's Charted Saltwater Fishm1 I
Robert Lyndel Sapp Sr., shall lak place at this time. (Tuesday, This Is a non-denomfnadonalltudy 44 1'1_. Gainesville. Fla 1240. sole '' '
Rout. 1. Box 979 Stark, Florida 32091 April 5. 1988. 7:00 p.m.) based 0I1ton] what'thus salth Jhe owner, doing business under the firm CHURCH OF GOD Holes:, Included for each hole is a, : Ii

sole'owner,1 doing business under th.' The second reading of said' Ordinance, word of God.*. ", name of A Lock Dec/Gator lock Co., 353 422 N. ST. discussion of water depth, species offish
firm name of Bradford Marine,, Int.,. North Tempi Avenue, Stark., Fla, CLAIR- 064-5445.
shall lake place on Tuesday. April 19. APOST000TRUTH there best season fish and
Route 1. Box 979, Stork. Fla. 32091 Intends .' 1988 of the regularly' scheduled meeting .: U.P.C. I 32091 Intends to register said fictitious, John Spratlln. Pastor ; to
to register said_fictitious ,name' of the Stark City Council. 7823303Rev. name under the aforesaid statute.' We Invite you worship WIth us-> what baits and lures to use, Please' '.,'
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under the aforesaid statute. ,3/24 4tchg 4/14 Dated this 1st day of April,19$8fi,1n'' ,) Attended Nursery allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.,Re--<
Emmett
Dated BrightTo
this 24th of
day March 1988. In .
Bradford '
.. Control 0640 County. Sunday School' .... '
Bradford .r' lOam mil $$4.50 copy' to Bureau' of
County.. schedule home bible 4tpd per
: your 4/7 4/28 Morning Worship,...,.,.. Ham ..
'.3/31 4tpd 4/21 study or for additional( Information ,Control 0652 Evening Service I...i... 6pm Maps-Charts, P.O. Box 5317, Talla..;
Control 0645 _. WMnf'MIayYoulh 1.,1', 7:3Opm
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BADCOCK"L, ''ewis Timber Co. Crafts & Consignments

S. Located off 100 S.toward Keystone,
l FURNITURE / HWY 301 964-6871
take right on 24th avenue,follow

Kim & Jan Johnson t pO Box 207, Starke .iljjn*. Eves. sas4-sass
,660 S. Walnut 984-58<< All Nature Sing e'Ju'
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Blankenship'sChimney tipf Starke- Griffis & Sons Flbreglass, DURRANCE. PUMP &
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: Service Home of the Stumpknocker Attend your church regularly

''I Locally Owned A Operated i boat" '

964-8278 964-6108 964-6154 s HWY301 N.964-4461.'x964-5531 864 N. Temple 964-7061

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I Eyeglass Store ,E-Z Wheels Auto Sales i Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXONSERVICE'

Finance'B '
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center" .4 ,.. HWY 301 N. '
eyeglass 1320 N. Temple Ave. 987 TEMPLE AV.

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588. 964-7783 ., -- 964-7347. ., 964-6111 '


CEDAR RIVER 'JONESFt.1NERALHOME OMInguhte* owing: santo* # ". -, i"- ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL:! B&M STARTER &''

SEAFOOD IOC 0 *r CO VMf* ,; HOME GENERATOR
I Steve and Cindy Futch .' Dignified Service "
'The Best Seafood Town & Staff Monuments 238 E. Washington St..

236 S. Temple I Ave "' ".
114 I. t Mm eu -Me irks 964-5757 964-5274
HWY l 301 S.
964-5685 Keyslaa* HeloM* 4Ttt7. .
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Chastalns Jewelry & Gift Mew Some men mutt conquer mountain*. STARKE KOA,
Andrews ,
Drugs ,'
otherspeerImo..else telescopes l watching "" 1'
"Gallery" 11:27.31 the farthest ratchet of spec sun r----fliio ,"it Kampground,
i & jewelry. All Your,Pharmacy Needs Monday' .<*.other* pit their strength against ocll : ., Open 7 Day'
Bibles, gifts .' Maeh.w dilemma hat stifle the iptrH of mankind, ..r.-- .00:=... UP Gas 4 Western Union Agent
'104 W. Call I St. W 964-7170, .:32.T .Al of u* seem to '- been tom wets.' tI;; flJ84.S"i18l 1' :.=- Convenience Store
MadlSOn
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964-8484 Hwy'301' S
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964-7271 "ua'd.y express II depend on the Influence which ,
Luke ,hope our kVes--especially the spiritual
"Bradford Title & Abstract JORDAN AGENCY AT ee-1T Influence: *.. WESTERN STEER FAMILY CROSLEY.

"We encourage you to '.STARKE Luke Wednesday fan. .C.r.ugoonaaithog.atChrlaSTEAK leader wrote"We are more then conMANUFACTURING HOUSE
first" through Him that I loved ua.'., !
worship this week and everyweek" "Serving you 11:14-23 ,queror '
....1W.Madi.onSt Thursday R Thaconquntolllf..challengeadaUS301South CORPORATION
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pends not "'p''onthedfnians1oniorOUf'
964-6881 964-5237 or 9646313'M tlhew i 0 own strength and character.: It depends 964-8061 Mark Mullins & Employees_ '.
14.13-23
most of. on spiritual resources andWATERS
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GROCERY' Mosley.Tire, Co. ,Friday M.tIheW' IJ'OWIh-4ha Lord ha*endowed vitality hi with* fbtowen.i which.a Loving !!1Jr'! !! Insurance Call Now 964-801S "

.2 -211 i The threshold of.neighboring church .
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'Corner of US 301'& State US 301 N. Starke ,
ha been far the flrat
or
Saturday: synagogue many 440 W. Madison "
,vtey FL ,964-6600 'Mathew, Map toward He's pw+ cI.. / ACCIOENTCENTERS'782

37"27'' 24 HR Wrecker Service! 15:32-30 ,ow.r.arx+...r _' .=:.-,..=.. .=' ((WInn-Dlxle Shopping Center) Iff OF AMERICA INC.
l. '. 964-4695 1 r IXC PAW LIEFNOEGEL'S DOCTORS
CUstom made exhaust systems

FLORIDA NATIONAL STARKE LANES W.W. Professional Homes Beautiful of
AUTO Office & Personnel
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: SALES BANK' Services
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WorshIp this week and every week OfficersDirectofs'> & Office, A Typing' Service ot Ad Company
," : ; Special: rate* for Church Qroup
All types of Home Improvement
atthechurchofyourchoke Ralford Rd
: I StaffAllen's 1614 N. Temple 984-8175 1837 964-7777
1018 N. Temple! H4- 481. 9646766Terwillegar

I CORBETT'S TIRES & GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION Motors, Ina
PARTSSTORE Office Supplies ,,
AUTO
NAPA DENMARK FURNITURE SERVICE
Sales & Service

.'-- ; and Printing Company It's a fact you can do :Complete Tire Shop& Auto home 206 W. Madison i & US 301

,All the right parts J In all the Art Supplies Custom Framing better at Denmark's Repairs Superior affordable quality: prices at Stark 964-7200
'C Printing'.Office Supplies sot N..Tmpto HWY 301 N.
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right places"Jfowntesa 113 E. Call St 9648925 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 FM/Y-- --3018.. 'H4-- -o33-- ..SR 21Keystone Height
sea Rd 964-6060 -

DOUGLAS BATTER OF .. Community ORIAIM WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS i Daniel E. Hlldebran You must put on that newman

STARKE. IK'S FAPCT 1
j, We rebuild starters, alternators a r M=Han**'! I T ofStarb' Management & Staff ((904) 964-4143 Image whose Justice and 'I II
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Anna bell! Lee Riverboat ; '!,

Annabel! Lee Riverboat can bnng a little bit of magic into A division of Boral :
your hie. They can give you an evening of fun, a cruise 'located at 57 S. Edgewood
on the St. Johns River, with an evening of relaxation or 388-5512.. When in need of .
just,an evening of fun, entertainment and delicious food. call, for standard brick,
Their restaurant is exceptional terms of quality, food. materials; and more. '
and service, casual boat dining while cruising the over. throughout this area and ,
For a delicious meal, you will never forget, dining in the .builder and contractors
Anna bell Lee Riverboat. Their fine dining room is a classic with their BRICK.
restaurant,no matter what the size or scope of restaurant.It The beauty, safety and
is still a matter of small details, personal service and the ,are acknowledged facts
authenticity of cuisine.. 4 add, however, that they
The Anna belle Lee is a familiar name to the people andis your, bnck requirements.
recognized as a great place to have an evening of fun and always beter to build with '
good food. ,Join the crowd and call for reservations, needs no painting, keeps
396-2333, Jacksonville. They are located at 1884 Southampton and warmer in winter; and
Road in Jacksonville. lower.In .
making'this review of .. ,
pliment this firm on, the
Window Fashions and More ,operate their firm and

For complete decorating service at competitive pnces, spirited policies. We wish
this is the place to go or call for fine residential and commercial Distributors, Inc.., to all \
design, furniture, walls, carpets, 'windows, accessories Go by soon. ;
etc. '
You are,unique- shouldn't your home or windows and
walls be also? Why should they look like everyone else's Joyce's'
when Window Fashions &: More can make them something Shopping for beautiful
'special Something custom made just for,you! All it takesis right place Joyce's Dolls
a visit so they can get to know you, your taste; your per Terrace in Jacksonville,
'sonality, the look you want your rooms to have. Then their shop for dollsdolls that
experts will get to work to help you choose from hundreds. unusual, dolls that are
and hundreds of designer fabrics and styles to harmonize price brackets.
with, your walls and carpets. Then they will put profess All their dolls have
:sional seamstresses on the job producing the flawless revel at their selection of ;
draperies and window treatments that your windows really find some unusual
.. deserve: They won't stop there either. They will make the a cuddly bear for Marti
installation themselves and make sure that you are almost any doll or bear '
perfectly pleased with the results. That's: what custom Joyce's Dolls &: Stuff. ;
draperies mean- draperies, that are yours alone, or let Joyce has planned '
them decorate your whole house. A perfectly decorated assured you wil always
home''; do you deserve any less?. person that has been


Bettye's Fashions Inc.. f

r 't'' The House of Quality Fashions Odds &: Ins *Beautiful ,

Bettyes!: Fashions is'located at 3589 St. Johns Avenue in ;{Jose Blvd. in Mandarin,
Jacksonville, phone ,,388-4417. The vISitor 1 to Bettye's place to shop for beautiful
Fashions, as she looks around when entering the store, immediately the finest and best lingerie :'
appreciates the significance and appropriateness -' .This modern, unique ; (
of the subtitle "The House of Quality;' tine lingerie headquarters
Fashions" for'' this modern beautifully appointed store has firmly established "
which houses quality fashions of unusual loveliness.,The the entire Jacksonville : '
visitor will discover expertly chosen fashions a little dif For anyone to assume
ferent from the usual run of clothes found elsewhere. large undertaking, but this ( '
Their dress department presents distinguished name, sent only quality lingerie) :
fashions; that delight discriminating taste with elegance garments. To name a
and individuality, Their sports department has come to be girdles, Magic Made -
a' mecca for lovers of tailored suits, pants. skirts, lots of swimsuits, panties
.sweaters blouses and play clothes. can't mention then all, so
But the visitor must not leave without a stroll throughout need, they have it at ,very
I the) store where; you,wil fwd many items priced eolowthat, and look' ,over:.their line. I : ''
their price tags are hard to believe.So ,and 'if you will bring this" ; ; : '; : ,
during your visit to the city, don't fail to visit Bettye's 10-30 percent discount on
Fashions, Inc. You. will find your size, because they carry however
lots of sizes from ladies size 10-20, Missy sizes 4-20, half. '
sizes /2-22Vfe, petite 4-16, and more. Here you are always '
welcome, always courteously received, and intelligently .i.'I'; .
served. : Phillips
Phillips Garden'Stores ,
Avenue, phone 387-5465
389-0933 Jacksonville '
Big Oak Restaurant '
garden supply stores,
I ."... The Best in Jacksonville gardener, such as seeds,
The Big Oak Restaurant (Jacksonville's most tasteful plete nursery 'stock,
address) is located at 739 N. Edgewood: Avenue, across bushes, ShrUbS, trees,
from Paxon Shopping' Center in Jacksonville, phone garden equipment. :
::384-2191,' Phillips Garden Stores
Did you know,the Big Oak Restaurant, owned by:Tom including every,phase of ,
Scott, 'was' the recipient'' of the Journal's Silver, Spoon ,able direction of people
Award? This line restaurant is a a'classic,No matter what I business. They are m, a "-
the sIze'ot" scope of the restaurant, it is still a matter of, purchaser a wide vanety ,
small details-the personal service and the authenticity" of name and up to date the
cuisine. Unique is one.word for this restaurant; with so received. Through their
many items on the menu,-.you can find just.what you wantin this area, they have built
the finest food This garden store keeps a .
,Serving the finest in. USDA Choice'charbrolJed steaks plants, seeds and supplies
'and chops, ocean fresh seafood,-alligator, BBQ from the one-stop garden supply 1 ,
open pit, country breakfast and homemade desserts. Their
'name is a familiar name to the people of the country over .
and is recognized as one of the great places to dine in this
area People who live here take their family and fnends to
this ,tine, dining room and a .knowledge of good food, Clark
';spreads. Plan. _to.dine here soon for a delicious meal you Clark Trailer Sales' Inc. ,
:
will never forget and where every guest is a V.I.P.
7 week and dine, Street, Jacksonville, ,
They are open 24 hours days a you. may
for Hobbs Trailers
in or take, out; they also do catering.Westburne '
livestock, dumps, lowboys.
They have just what you ,, '
vice and parts and to, '....
Supply Inc. known fact that there is
Wholesale Distributor that has met with greater

Westburne Supply, Inc., located at 2365 Dennis Street in well-known establishment.
Jacksonville, phone 354-5621"haS been serving this area By reason of the fact that
since'.1921.,"They have ten branches in Flonda, whiCh' experience' in every feature
feature a complete line of Crane plumbing fixtures and their comprehensive
..supplies: These quality plumbing products including pipe this establishment has
valve and fittings are used in residential, commercial and the number of their pa
industrial establishments. In fact. Westburne has one. of ,This is the day and age
Jacksonville's finest displays of bathroom fixtures. quality and the best price.: /
Inc. wholesale distributor of conditions and a wide '
Westburne Supply, is your.
Crane plumbing chrome fixtures and supplies which are of endeavor, the
has been able to render a
for residential and
premium quality plumbing products ,
commercial use, Sloan flush valves and repair parts. that is distinctly
There is no question but that this popular establishment '
is an important factor in the business life of this section
because it is one of the foremost wholesale distributors of Southern
plumbing fixtures and supplies in this area.This section of, Southern Truck &: Diesel '
Florida as a whole, has an added business advantage by Street, phone 783-4500, Ja ,
having its midst such a well-known establishment whose call for truck repair and
commendable pnces and products of quality have gained This firm services all
an .ever increasing business that can be' noticed by the overhauls air brakes,
,large daily shipments,leaving their progressive establish-' repairs.Truck owners are
ment.Westburne. engines in the hands of a
'Supply started its business career upon a confidence This is one of
solid foundation,knowing that success in the plumbing fix repair shops in this area. '
ture and supply business could only be gained by selling patronage, because they
quality products on a fair margin of profit.Fair and honest from A to Z and employ
business methods at all times, individual service to every They offer out-of-town
patron have established for them a trade that has extended the quickest time possible j
in every direction and is one of the business institutions 'courteous and efficient.' '

whiCh has added to this section of the state., customers in all the .






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Jacksonville Hotel Supply Co.

JacKsonvile Hotel' Supply Co. is located at 2403 Corbett

Street in 'Jacksonville, phone 3564846.. They have served

this area for over a quarter of a century serving

restaurants, hotels and institutions with prime and choice

portions of beef, pork, poultry and frozen foods. .
This very progressive concern has many satisfied

patrons throughout part of the state and renders a
valued and essential service being one of the* most

I ". foremost houses offering the highest'quality of meats

.. ",- .,., poultry and frozen foods.- iIt i
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is a well-known fact that there is no one firm m the

11 area that has met with greater favor with the public than

Jacksonville Hotel Supply Company, because the manage-

I ." ment has wide expenence in every facet of the business
t.4)M and they have provided the best in quality products. Their

brands are known all over this area.
Hard
Tornadoes Do Well.
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Lady They long ago determined to see that their patrons
BpeMer Smlth\placed l"the 330 intermediate Hurdle event at the WU .... .. '
Ou tie lUrrell a high Onbhcr the 440 event In the BIIS InMUUonJ received demands
InvlUtloML the best quality which the consumer
hoeaby, the Bits track tom last weekend. these days. Therefore, it is not strange that patrons of this

house always go or call Jacksonville Hotel Supply Com-

.. BHS Tracksters Do Well at Their Own InvitationalThe ,pany.,


Tornado girls tied for fourth Meet Statistics... 4..d. M, MtMUl I) M.yl.lt. OPU. lliMl 4) It.'"; D)O...li...I*. 11.l*|4))-.1.Of'. 'I.., I)
.......... Of.)....... 4)) M...7. '10".'".)C.414.IS 14*..... lI.n,4|A"_WlI)....044$. 'I....
place with 43 points and the boys lor _.. ...
.11,45.55.Ml MH4 tun. 1)) .M,( ".11(MW ira HI|
were fifth with 23 points in the 21st Oc_taraM(Of)". >.......(P) M .ImmU(II) l.to,. I) 74.4. *i".11, t) Onto PWMI 1)111.5.>. M *M Mt I)UH*4vp, IN*.*i..I 4)
annual Bradlord/Burger King In- M,O.h>..vlH.Hill(OHt)''.*n4 vitational the Brad- (M| II, J .U...III. IHHM (*> ". I....., ') Pd1..d 1.11. 1 M.C1.1.4.. 1..d.. Of 10..". Jacksonville & ,
run Saturday on Fire is
-..Pw*..._..(SJ"I.) O*. *..(OH)t.Oral .$1.11. 5.4.14 71..7." 44 '4. S4.p I) |..... ....*. I) 0.'v..9w.d Safety Equipment Company
ford High oval. V_f..r4. __., lmtkmM If*._.MM t.Fl.ld 4.411' 1))O._U..4|4Wanna. ).d0d u 3S(wl/1154w1; located at 3215 Pearl Street in Jacksonville, phone 336-1672
Ocala Forest the meet .._ .......
won boys EvvntK Girls KHtto4 >t II 0111111
This the to call for Kidde fire
44* '4. D- I MM. OV 4*.fI 1 1)) 4014$140. M..61.n is place protection systems,
with 98 points. The runner-up was .l... .I-.. .1), CeI_, 7.3/SA". U MIT07, Field Eventu )
1)) CktWM 44..r.1. *H*. ....., 4)) _, P, restaurant industrial and heavy duty systems in addition
82 M.I.5.$1, 211'f4-i Wtortfct.M IY0'1 ,
PalatKa with points. 3111' 3)) | i, .
1.J.wy. MII/.OV 141'Y 1)3.M.150') 1'' .... .
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Gainesville t) ,_.., &.I. l."'/.', 11) IPX*. OH '''I'". ; ) M ) to and wheeled of all and including -
Eastside of won the ...., ... .H.II.0f.4'I-.P.) ) T4 MOT ....r4.. I) _...... OM. ".11, 3)Ad.1 ) portable extinguishers types,.
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girls meet with 63 points. Runnerlipwas 44.144.. M. I ft 4) !...... U, I'0"0)) r Mn.. OX. Ir15'5)11.tut J...,|pI)I......OV.iH 4-lr-> )_.54.41'1 OKI. $.1.M.Wtfi.*!1)) N...3)M.4..). W MM.....40 IHt.41.35, 44...4).)"nmm.ri, safety equipment and clothing.
Ocala Vanguard with 51 points. II" ...... .P, 3))IXlBirlnii,W,4 S'S 4)).J.M. .....-H rf.N,SHS,1'4-1.) M*Y4. InnI)S-. HI.. lrll.44 1) fw ...M. It is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the
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of the meet was Hill,, a Irlpto tempI) MltM Of. Highlight Hwranl 44" P ""
!4) 19.11 tMMfc.ft, I_.,OH*.l40.1l'
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4315'4" I') intertill. M.Mir 4)) f..Wi. M,:MtW I) '' ) community that has met with greater favor with the public
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girl ') Mem01/ I. 4))Orappcl Of.I. *
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four events. She won 100 meter dash, %. 1)) 0.2134' I') 4)) < Mlto' *to tof H.tar 1))0..11I. .41511 4iM.J4; 1)I..d4.d ) than this well-known establishment. The management has
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the 440 dash, the long jump, and the I'W.' .....,P.""'/-4)| H.ll...OM*. .-.".. Si 5.170,:14'. 39910)44.10.44.240 0)' ChrMta.."...Hxmili((14.1)W_I'| MIMtok,.5111.171.1. 4t41.44 fwrtKlXtol. 'JIoM )' had wide-experience in every feature of this business and
)..... 1)| PW '1. ui rt) M..yreti. MM, PMt iikn. ,11 1" HUM. n Mr (
220 dash. _. Mr. lint ) M ii' 3)) .:.*....| 5))O. 7..45 47 04.' because,, of this comprehensive knowledge this business
III iiOmw.| of.I100'4)) am. canto.. OP J. 0V14)) t.at.OHt..11.'V ') .,
Bradford second In the Y4 I HIM, OV ".11 I t> It.
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High was ) :
'.Ie V 14.1..Of, 101' 3))O.ilmn, II. .... continued the the number of
uI 1)) -,. Of,M 3'3)' 4)) l-r MHOi MM.14 1" ".M| 1)) Oinlry, Jl, It Hi 4)) 41.'7.07.' ..1, 4)| has to witness increase in
mile medley The team was Nicole i I.f 3)) _.nKi., p, Irr.Track I .. MUU.U,M r
DlMim )IoMl4 0011.101". 1)) 1)) ....... P, ..")4)) !.*. OH. M 17.TM .
Wanton Kim'Hampton, Tern.Kit r.4. OM. U r 4))-... O*. I!r 1)) !_.. M..4 ,.,.- 1} _, Of. Ilil 401 ')ln..U, patrons.
tles, and Christie Harrell. They ran Evonttt1M MI.._, 045. H, M. .11..11' 111I.) OHt, '2,., **i 4) ...)*,J*. ? 'This is the day and age when the public demands the best
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4:39.55: ; the best BHS time of the >).....,.tt.li-lJl 4)WU...OH.M.J. frock Event) n.MIle"40.....,. I II 1,4..14411. .,1.._ .......: 1))' quality for the best price. Thoroughly conversant with the'
season, although the Tornadoes, IM MMT 0..0.1))44.0.44.0..11.10.33 l 3))MUM.of. II* 14. HM-'l) A4.... U. 14.4: ,.>) M.rH.in. W, ..._..". 1153) 4,35.07; 3), _.._.. 4il1.t7r 4)) conditions and a wide experience in their particular field'of
haven't run it that much. ......i II)minm.am. 11..*.4)i c.t.r.p'",II.MI, 1...., 1))O**+J>m. OH. II.... 0.44).d.4.11."((45..7/...511417,",,"eO.....,''J) endeavor the this concern has been
Robert Thorpe's third place in the' ,1)111.1.4.1.0441.11.11.4)054414.044.) ) II M. IM M.l.c 010. II MM.) OV. II III ll, __. P. '0.V4.._4..::10.... management'
.. Mil few I) I*.. M. ..11."! I) W...... OH>? able to render a service to the people in their line that is
half mile at..2:08.48.: was his bests, 441.ri! 1))...*>M..Of.liMt 4))W.M,M........ I) "
time of the year. -,. M. ...1.., IJ) l..t>.U.>...... distinctly satisfactory:
Thirteen schools competed with 44t V*. ....Iq1) Oral. torM ".17 (w. *M< Tennis Teams Fall to St. AugustineThe
1'......"; 1)) P.M 4,..llf I..dle.d ..."(ttenry,.'
some 200 athletes taking part in the ...c_. r_ __. ......... $0.11. $10.11
BHS invitation meet the biggest of "44.4.4., ,. BHS tennis team absorbed a their first loss of the season against
the season. 44*V4. CM-)v_.P.".12, 1)) r_...,.Of. loss to St. Augustine last week that the tough home team but played'' Rivers Bus & RV Sales
Some of'the performances were M.M.1444..71. 1).MM.".11. 'OM)Hntfn. II..,.35 4).1.....44*,..u..u. >) left BHS Head Coach Jerry McGnff their, singles matches much closer Rivers ''Bus & RV Sales 'IS 'located (at 10626 General
fairly good, says ,Coach George 1M It. 1.11. Myf*..-I) -...,. OHS. ".taI, ') convinced that their opponent will be than other Augustine opponents Avenue in Jacksonville phone 783-0313. They are
Loper. Ellie Runice, M, set a meet HWI ey. IS. It.'", 1)) OraM, Of' 43*4r 4)) .,-. the team to beat in the upcoming ,this' season according to McGr r. ;j '
record in winning the mile 5:11.31.: 010.43 Wt 4))bMtk.544$,...,.,4))WII_.044,47 M.M district tournament. The number one St, Augustine distributors for Wayne buses, new and used. They also

The 42.57 boys relay by Forest I", ...V4. II 5.1'| lkwp 1))P....(.r...twrf OM., I.1'.*.....*.*,'4)I'))Mbmlck 111.1y,,M.... The BUS boy could manage just player Frank Fiess, is a hghlystateranked ) ... carry school, church and transit buses, Prowler & Star-
and Massey from PalatKa ran ,the rU.711 I) 1.11or. >......> 4)) DU. >4., M. one victory on the road, an 8-6 win in junior's player one example craft travel trailers, motor homes, tent campers, and fifth
330 intermediate hurdles 38.93. lill.n. .1/0./ 7 ..11,43.91, 1)) number two doubles by Rick of the type of talent the team bnngs.- .2) wheels,They are located 4 miles West of 1-295 on 1-10 Westof
MIX M..T Mtor #. *
Coach Loper wishes to thank the Kimutis and Kirby Jo Hildebran. to bear in tennis.
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7.10/1. lift Ml 3)) 0.Yr4.01. 5,1911 l.II.II''J Whitehouse exit.
volunteers who helped run the meet .11.14..lOT.lli IJ) ii.4l.ij....... (li.Wf 'off."the meet went otfvery well, .5n ........-.19.110$.141..11..43 0.31))I. missing several players, lost 0-7 in them tough,." Coach McG '1ff Come on in and see these wonderful campers and make
Lopeiywith the volunteers.who, M4,ot.O.dN l|MIH...Ot.M.Ill I))Me.OMS. team competition. sald..rhey wiu be the team to beat this'a fun summer and all year for years to come.. These
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gave their'time1' ''to' run'.off'y'cUllS,)' d _..P. M.44: .) .......,Jf.34.54.' Jason.and Jody Brown absorbed at the district tourney,! campers, motor homes'and' travel trailers are well con-
.meet, says Loper. I.. Mil. fttut l) /. W. o4. !....Ur ,1)) MWWHEELER'S structed and-equipped, so you are very comfortable and

everything is convenient. In fact, when you buy a travel

Rcc..'' News. trailer or motor home you are ready to take that vacation
Dept. .. you have been planning to take., 'There are thousands of

people buying these fine travel trailers because of the high

Umpires "Needed... Small Fry... motel and hotel bills, in addition to high food pnces. People
GROCERY have discovered this is a convenient carefree and
DISCOUNT very
interested ,
Anyone 'in umpiring r.Ball'SmaU Fry,and Jr. Softball
Softball please contact the Recrea- registration has begun. 'economIcal way to spend one's vacation. As amatter of
212 E. Call St Starke tion Department at 964-6792 or David Deadline to sign up is May 20. Sign fact, you will save enough on one or two vacations to pay
'few. 9646800. up at the Old Armory 8:30: a.m. to for your travel trailer; inerefore, you can take longer
An umpire's clinic is set at 7 p.m. noon and 1-5:30 p.m. or Pratt Street ,vacations, more often. So go by, look over their hne.U's a
Tuesday,at Edwards Road ballfield. Center 3-5 Monday-Friday.
Dog Please attend. Fee: VWhen. p.m. good place,to go and a good place to buy.

40 Lb,' 5 .49

Food ,
Bag Walker Manufactured Homes
It come to defense, tome insects .
realty, use theIr headll. The Walker Manufactured Homes is located at 10343 Normandy -'

bombardier. beetle fights off Blvd Jacksonville, phone 783-1043.you are in the
predators by spraying an Irritant I market for a manufactured home,want to save money and

big buys from headstand.its abdomen A related while beetle doing! which,a get a square dealcome on down and talk to Mr. Walker,

1 score. has no poison manages to scare off Chances are he has just what you want at an affordable
enemies by Imitating the same .price., They have some repossessed homes that are
headstand iTennis/ bargainsfurnished or unfurnished, and you can save a
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bundle. He can also sell you a new manufactured home..

ON USED OFFICE EQUIPMENT In owning a manufactured home, there is never a''
: landlord problem and you can play your radio as loud or as

low as you desire. You can have your midnight snack if you

Instruction want it, and are comfortable as if you were in the finest

Starke or Keystone house in town
Metal Desks
1r\i Sea.. Private Lessons Come in today and let them show you the better way of

3ea. 'Wood Desks $10 per hour OR'. living- manufactured home which. can be bought on.

Learn with a Friend terms.,
: Walker also does towing with over 20 years ex-
'3ea.Norkstations. Mr. ,
For $5 each.
L 7'
4k I at perience, complete set-up, anchoring, blocking, single and
3ea. Secretarial type Call Mark 1 double. wides. He is licensed and insured and will give. you
'473-4380 or 964-6305 '
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Bu.siness'Forms.' SHOP _e rt SeSunday 11AM & 6 PM" .


,/, ;, 1 ,' Computer Sales ReceiptsStationary ?oW4 coil st. Monday Wednesday 7:30: PM 44 years as an Evangelist't'- .,

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Multiple Accidents ,

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,A 15-year-old Graham youth'had and no valid driver license.
several fingers partially severed
Apnl 8 when his Honda motorcycle icycJist'Dies.
crashed on CR225. 55 I w t:
Johnny A. Higgins driver of a 1982:. From Crash InjuriesA ...r
,Honda, and Jamie Lynn,Pierce, 19, 22-year-old Jacksonville'' '
of Tallahassee, driving a ,1982 died at 9:30: p.m. April after being man r
CR-225.
Toyota were southbound
on : hit by a vehicle earty that morning
As Pierce started
to pass the motorcycle on US-301 north of Starke. It-aj'
Higgins made a left turn
Robert Tracy''received, severe
without using a signal.Into the righ head injuries and multiple fractures
ifx1
side of the Toyota. Both
passengerson when he was thrown 128 feet when
the cycle Charles Pardce 14, 01 his bicycle was hit from the rear by _
Graham and Mark Crawford/ ,
15, ot I.eClerc 'UiVake of Jacksonville 1
Starke were thrown fronj the cycle around 12:45: a.m., according to .t
onto the shoulder of the roadway
Trooper Donald Dean. The bike: had
they were not listed as seriously in- no light or reflectors, reported the ....,.
jured. Higgins hung on and tell with trooper
.the motorcycle landing on 'its left Tracy was flown to .University _.
side, according to Trooper
Phillip Hospital in Jacksonville where he
Kraszewski. ', died that night. No charges have N- r. ..
Higgins was flown by ShamlM ur been filed In the accident. ;"
to Lake Butler Hospital tlird| fracy is the fourt.traffic fatality '."
Surgery Center. liU'JBS In Bradford County. I "
Damage to the vehicles was ,
estimated to be $400'each, J-hijlns \ : J'
.was cited tor improper |lane rh;:"I,'gY: S.*Pog* ,
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SPRO GFAls1Re Minor Injuries In.Accident...
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5 Only minor injuries Were reported April It when an accident occurredon ed into the crossover ttween'the northbound and southbound lanes and
US-301 two miles south of Starke Into the path of a southbound tractor-trailer truck according to Trooper'
A northbound 1976 Ford driven by Norma H.Killam.,40'of; Starke,pull' Kenneth Etherldge. The 1987 Peterbullt TRailer. driven by William I,
PINEHURST Brooks Heagor.47.of St.Augustine received $3,500 In damages when it
struck the Ford in the right side. Damage to the Ford was |700.Killam
was cited for Improper turn said Etheridge.
VARIETY & FABRIC Minor Injuries were reported to Killam and a passenger. Ray Pete
V I11. Helken, 21, according to Paramedic Cliff Chapman and EMT Dwayne
100 S. from Southside School ;
. across Elementary Quik Hardee.Stop.Reagor. was not injured In the 12:02 p.m.accident.la front of the<

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Men's Jeans,shorts"n shirts ;: ,q'l" ,-9/Z!

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all tires Made in the Good
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Financing Available Front End ( 95Alignment


....... wpurchaseof tires
Includes set caster,camber&toe in to mfrs.specs
Our ,Special To You Inspect suspension&steering system.For most
american cars.Front wheel drive and chevette vehicles'extra.
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.- r per yd. N/O;/ HIDDEN pOSTS ON OUR BRAKE SPECIAL '$26.95 ea'

.Carpet 'f 'Installed 'With Pad RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE;' POLY GLASS

BELTED .,
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'fI f' >>i"<<( $47.00 '
,Remnantsfrom rom "':','. ,4;> .;';. G ::{Turf ,,' 'P215-75R15 $38-00
";, ,,>, '. ''';'';' 'P235-75R15 .;$49.00PRIX $41.00
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Special "Male* Something beautiful happtn.


PUTrONTROL onto* )National Garden Wee1

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HolidayFor' a y s as S April 10.16


TMH'Students OJIFFERENCI OUR MAKES SERVI THE ROSE. BUSHES,


Big Selection Favorite Colors
't Nan Patent VarietiesDr.HueyRootstock ,,,
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'On Thursday,March 31,Mr*.Ran-
dolph's TMH Class from Starke
2 size containersSPECIA ,
Elementary went to the home of gal.
their classroom aide.- Mrs. Rhoda ye
Wainwright,for an Easter egg hunt 4 I
and party
The children enjoyed an egg hunt,
playing with animals, and. a terrific ,
cook-out. r BONE MEAL Feed Roses every month during thegrowing '
Several chaperones assisted in season.,
this venture, namely, Mamie Ross IIHKF Mix some in
Gracie Young, Valerie Ruise, andBrenda when planting PERU-LOME ROSE FOOD
Fertig. Other guests were F A -
ct ROSE ConUmg systmic Insedodgpr
Mrs. ;bulbs I
Wamwnght's husband Wayne roses widest compete food pus JtL QOfU
Mr.and Mrs.Reed Jones and School
Board member James WMnwnght. flowers & shrubs F coot: olofsudung and dvwinj ,JO
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Accident ffr'n ld SHADE TREES

On US 301Eye 695 w 4'7'TALLMost ,
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witnesses are needed to give popular varieties
information on an automobile acci- Special Day... In 3 gal size containers
dent which occured about 3:30: p.m. 'Member of the TMII aua and their teacher from SUrke Elementary. were buy hunting renter Eggs to crlcbratq!
Friday, March 11, on US-30I and the holiday

Center The accident Street. involved a .1968 grey ROM.hi From. left to right on the back,rows Mr*.Rudolph,Brenda Fertig,.Rhoda Walnwrlght J Crude Young and Mamie each 499
VW and a 1985 Chevrolet station -
the middle Jackie Fdmond,Natuha Morton Andrew Carter.'
wagon.Anyone,who witnessed the accident In front Edward ROM;VoWe Browning and Joseph. Henderson... FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'S
is asked to contact John Slater'at .
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Bradford High School .AWN & GARDEN CENTER

A camel namd Cold la outshining Add-ons at ,Fair in Excess of $10.000
cow lii milk production. She producer 539 ILCall St. Open 9-6 (Sat. 8-6)).. Call 9645745COUFLETE
.70 pints of milk oach day compared to Across-the-board add-ons for both Adding-on cross-the-board' school board member James Wainwright -
the average eow't 32 plnti. Bradford and Union Counties to the both counties' were Farm Bureau, and the Bradlord County II PEST.COTOL SERVICES FREE INSPECTION i ESTIMATES
swine sale totaled 10739. David Beatty, Archer Funeral commissioners.
Home, Dr. Len Schlolman,Dr Pete Add.ons to individual pigs! are not
Lianas, the Bradlold-Union Swine, listed. ,
,TULLER Association, Jackson Building Supply --
Stump Store,
Department
,CPA firm of Davis, Monk & Farnsworth the- "
Chiropractic Center ., Community Mate, Bank, 'Look What We 'Got! I(
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Construction
Keystone.Heights Office Triest Co, Lewis '
Timber Co, Florida Pest ContrOl,
260B, S. Lawrence Blvd 'and,Addmg-on Hale, Graham to all Union Insurance.County pigs,, We, 'Got, ,' Us a, "New, ,Manager 99 .

'4737213PAIN were?'attorney BObby. Lex Kirby,/ Y '
Susie Powell Hairbiz, Parrish Food APRIL &',MAY ARE MANAGER 'sp cfAL'MO.N.THS-,
,Store, Powell Printing,'Union County .: .
commissioners Doyle Varnes Insurance : ,
CONTROL INJURIES Andrews Drugs,. Rogers
W.I<slatdi Bar-BQ, Lake Butler city, coun- BIO BREAKFAST' ,
Headaches : h cilman Bill ,Thomas, the Union )2 eggs home fries ,: LUNCHEON elcome
Neck & Arm .,__.t, School Board, Superintendent Jim' or grits, toast and Soup and salad bar
" Mid Back .A.b. AccId.srs my Cason, and Attorney.Bobby Lex' coffee, $1.69 sandwich of the day I I"OldFriendsl -
Low'Back& Leg, Kirby 3.25 "New Friends
egos
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iJLCHIROPRACTIC' Craig's Truck Repair, Jack's home fries "
r( ,' and
Welding, Union courthouse or grits sausage! ,' ," ( Kids"I
" 'officials; Elixson County Lumber, HDH or bacon, toast and :,'.. I .:Just t soup, and salad, We''Love ''Ems
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DR. RICHARD C.TUUER '
Parts ,& ,Equipment, .Spires 1UA, coffee, $1.99 : ;$2.75

.. Jimmy Waters Construction Larry 2 pancakess,'$sausage :
.' .Da vison ConstructIon. L ,_ Cooking" zof
Add-on to all Bradlord County pigs '4. bacp".syrup"bvtter." sir -" Dinner S eCif1llrrsta'J.
coffee., : $1.99 / at ffS best.'best, e
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CARE WHEN YOU were: Faulkner Really Keystone 1 Famous
JAM Our
Served Am(td,1
'State Bank, ,Frank Walwratn and '
NEED IT --24 HOURSA Paul Jewell/ the Bradlord: coun ALL'YOU CAN EAT'BUFFET

A DAY -,,7 DAYS, thouse Qtlicials, Outlaw ReallY, 5.95,
WEEK (borne join Patti Hanks servinggreat

Tennis Instruction drinks (@> Econo, LoUnge : "THE ECONO LODGE"
Office Hours: ,Stark or K.yiton.
5PM to 9PM Monday Thursday ,
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Sat. Private L uon 'The Strawberry Patch Restaurant'5PM
Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00: : p.m. by Appointment
... $1Q per hour OR to 12 Midnight, Friday & 1101 North Temple Avenue
.".". ". "."-.".". ".".".".".".".". "."-."-. ".". ".".".". ". ,,:J:":,,:,,:":,-,:..:,,:,,:J:.':,,:. ,learn with a Friend Saturday. Great prices. Watch Starke, Florida'
.".!" ! m am !'! ! ! ! !...{!rTSTS 473-4380, For Call$5 Mark or each.964-6305 at the ads for our BIG latent Night! i 1,904)) 964-7600

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: { r- I Country CtuBLocated :. ffs Union C ,ounty Times ;:fc Lake Region MonltpY : FOREMOST* IW"'' PRICE W/SE .Sale'

_._ !tiJ .., -P+ hl. Prices
S between CA 230 and CR-16. S Sm let us make your ad work for yo u we will gladly assist YOlllnJ, GOOdpcogeyotldoslre.howavorwodannpt
{ designing what you like. We will s how proof when requested. We will comb ne to bring you' .
nOW offers .1jjj7jv also try to place your ad on the ) .LOWER PRICES!.
...."..... ... guarantee position to anyone. : ,2J
If we make a error In your ad.w<3 will give credit for the space the ,",'
U 'dining for members and m error occupied not for the entire i 3d.We will not be responsible fop
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Let us assist you In your advertlslr ...Call 964-6305.473-2216, or, ,
their guests ,every : m 496-226. CanadianLord v.o.
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m" Friday' evening, from m l Black I Calvert.

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m Call 964-5441 for reservations ms; '

:Large Menu Selection for your .mS Seagram SmirnoffVodka Martin'sminiature

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Longchamp Homes of Starke has just completed a'beautiful' Call Alan (:OLLECT: .Playing Every Fri'& Sot 9OOPM: 'to 1:30AM:

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spacious and unbelleveably custom-3BR model Inconveniently __ Glen Snow and the "
located DEERWOOD Subdivision on US 301 ::964-7555 964-4556"
S. >*> <>r :Snowmen BandGood .

Call for a viewing appointment and see what a difference Country Music
TRUE CUSTOM BUILDING can make.Brick Veneer and .
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FINANCING AVAILABLE. CALL LONGCHAMP 'REv r MD 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE

HOMES TODAY: 964-6853 Starke 1 mile North of Starke on US 301
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Shuford Earns NominationMark

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Phillip' Shuford, a honor by a committee of faculty and
sophomore at Bradford High School, students at BBS, based on his
has been selected to attend the scholastic record and 'leadership .
Florida Hugh O'Bnan Youth potential,as demonstrated in school
(HOBV Foundation Leadership and community activities. He is an A' "i'r
Seminar set May 6-8 In Tallahassee A-B student. .
The' HOBY seminar is being The Youth Foundation was
hosted by the Tallahassee! Jayceesas established by Hugh O'Brian in 1958,
part of the Hugh O'Brian Youth as a result of the belief that
Foundation. Mark the son of Mr America's greatest resource is In its
and Mrs.James Shuford of Lawtey, youth.;, 4
Is being sponsored by the Starke The Foundation's motto is: y
Woman's Club. Motivating tomorrow's leaders to
Mark Shuford Shuford .was. nominated for this "i day." ,

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rtie following defendants appeared mumty work Salvation Army super- attaching license plate to Ion ,
betore Judge George Pierce Vision one year. assigned vehicle; $50 court costs. .. -'
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Criminal Court. Disposition, of the no motor vehicle ,registration; six mobile home; produced valid tag, Trip to Fair Nets 40 Yards of Carpet... '
cases is as follows. months probation, license suspended dismissed (two charges). ''\V011am and Carol Yarbrough of Lawtey were fortunate enough to win 40 yard carpet from Country Carpet.
six months. Walter E.Lewallen,Jr. pled guiltyno The Yarbrough'i registered at the Country Carpet booth at the Bradford County Fair. I
Herman Jones pled guilty to driving Silcox pled guilty failed to yield tag on mobile home; produced .
W u. (at right)ta shown with James Crlffb(left) wner of Country Carpets
while license suspended 'making left turn and failing to maintain valid tap dismissed,
(OWLS); ordered to pay $101.25 proof of insurance; six months Connie Vinson pled guilty issuing
c Jones probation to run consecutive WIth worthless check ($100 Community
pled guilty failed to renewtag above. Bank); restitution has been made,
''dismissed Jefford Levone Hayes pled guilty $50 court costs;SIX months court
Pamela; Crawford McFarland pled DUI; fined $625, license suspendedsix violate no laws probation Roosevelt Bright pled guilty no tag Army Gary supervision E. Tetreault one,year 'With worthless checks ($40, $2S,>-3450,
,on mobile ,home; produced tag" charged $30, $30, $40 to Torode
Shell) Salvation
months, attend DUI school 50 ; -
mobile home William Poster
guilty no tag on, ;; produced Stephen pled guil- dismissed. DUI, pled no contest wilful-wanton
Army
valid tag, dismissed, hours community work. Salvation ty issuing worthless check; make Sandra Clark produced valid tag reckless driving;; fined $362 attend costs each charge supervision and make$50 restitution court
Henry F.Parmenter pled guilty no Army supervision one year restitution. for mobile home dismissed. DUI school,six months court proba- -
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tag on mobile home; produced valid Ons Craig Martin pled guilty'DUI Kevin David Barth pled' no contest tion.
Rafael Delestre pled guilty no tag Patricia Lee pled
guilty
fined $623, license suspendedsix Issuing
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!stag, case dismissed months, attend. DUI school,50 possession less than 20 grams marijuana on mobile home;$produced valid tag, worthless check ($18 McCrory'sl);
Robert Jessie Jones pled guilty ; six months court probation, dismissed. Misdemeanor Court make restitituion. '
under the influence fined hours community work Savlation. court costa ? '
driving ; $40 Verma S. Johnson pled guilty no Linda G.Johnson pled guilty wor-
license'suspended six months Army supervision one year. Randall! David Wilkerson pled
$625
tag on mobile home; produced valid thless check make restitution$28.32 May Jordan pled guilty issuing
',attend, OUt school,,SO r hours com Kenneth Wayne Murwm pled gull- guilty attempting to take fish tag,dismissed (two charges) Bryan's Ace;Hardware. worthless check($39.64 McCrory's);
without license; produce valid Eddie "f. Jackson, Jr. produced make restitution
Arthur D
license and pay $25 court costs or tag for mobile home; dISmissed.. :r pl-,, :rrf guilty-, Issuing.. ,, S, ". -
NIY\ pay $10123. Mike Southerland pled guilty no
\ Ronald Allen Wilkerson pled guilty tag on mobile hOmer dismissed (two- ,'
41 no fishing license;; produce valid, charges). "
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r ,'"H/UR. <9t.T&' roM< ), pay James$101.25.DeLane Arvin pled guilty leaving make scene restitution of accident$462,;Salvation orderedto

\P: discharging firearm in public; fined Army supervision six months $50
$25.00 $25875. court costs:
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posses Hall pled guilty OWLS; $50 court' .
Mon-Sat sion of cannabis; one year Salvation costs. Charges of failure to renew ,
Army supervision, fined $15375, tag, attaching regular license plateto
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t9J-l SPECIAL violate no laws. non assigned vehicle; dismissed.'" ," 1 1'4
:.9 Rhonda Yvonne Cone pled guilty Robert Edward Gordon pled guilty: Yr
possession of cannabis one year DUI; fUle Salvation Army supervision fined years, attend DUI school, ten
/ 012 CPBJ5"TYLIYlS $153.75,'violation no laws. days in jail with credit for time serv-'
Anthony DeWayne French pled ed in Charter By:The Sea.Salvation
Mon-Sat guilty petit theft; one 1'l0nUland( ten
6'kILrD LYh days in Jail with credit for time
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14'7.: Good Selection to C,/ From Ten-year-old Ann won her pageant April.In Fernandina for the 10 to 12
We also have C&C -Storage: Facilities )'ear-old category.She is sponsored by J.C.Dukes and her grandparents.
'b I {J) Both girls will attend the State Pageant Sept 2,3,4 at the Ramada Inn In' '
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Car Ports inconvenience tRIs
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WUbur A. Taylor Rt. 2?Starke, home, but did not "scratch" it until 'with his winnings, states.office of the Florida
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.tery, not once, but twice. asked how many tickets he Winners of larger Winner...
More than than,'Taylor Mid, he has has purchased,Taylor said, "I don't carry or send their .
won a total of $13,000 since the lottery know. 1 buy qwte a few each week. district office In (Mrs. T.J.) Corbett of the
began early this year.,: I've ,won everything on the ticket lection. Taylor said it > area recently won $5,000 in
Taylor, a correctional officer at twice." Obviously, Taylor had nine days to receive a lottery with a ticket _
UCI, said ,he bought both winning reference to all smaller amounts, Taylor's winning at the Commissary Food _
tickets, from the Tenneco Service not the drawing for the grand prize, by the district office. in Lawtey
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E 3O Ft. TV Antenna, ; 1O Ft Sate young Chism three weeks 4. ..j.. I
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Installed 7cJ Inst.lted $799 PAIN scene TINGS blue:,Lila Thelma Rae Yawn Jenn, Wilbur Taylor of SUrke hold the two winning $5,000 Florid Lottery 'I
ticket Out have made him a happy winner Indeed.
pelicans/water blue; David
,> Tennessee country barn
blue Stacey Shuford, castle/ Davis office workers redi David
'Authorized Factory Repair Center red, Esther K. Moore, ,Newham, country cabin, rea.
red; Harold, Well PASTEL; David Newham, tiger,
RCA, SylvanIa, Magnavo, Emerson, AOC, Phllco. GE & All Other Brands winter scene, red, LeRoyce. l-ed
duck, White. NOVELTIES; Janet'' Nasworth,
Advanced Electronics FREE ESTIMATES : Bonnie Ben- bird, cage, blue; Janice' Thacker
J Technicians Repair: Japanese girl, blue.. hoop-boy,red; Joy Petersen, hoop-
.. 'P .* TV Antenna TV ON ALL REPAIR 'WORK r:: Helen vase of flowers. red;,Joy Petersen
rn VCR Microwave, DURING APRIL fly swatter, blue. Youth 'sott sculpture basket redCERAMICSStamed.
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Service Today Tomorrow & Beyond Cross-stitch picture, blue, : Cheryl'
; Lillie Morgan, courthouse, Belcher, grandfather clock blue;
ADVANCED ; Wilma Costa. Siamese cat, Edna Wainwright, egg dish, blue.
A MACRAME: Mary Bomar
Antenna Specialists : Anna Barfield, pond macrame chair, blue
red. STUFFED ANIMALS: 'Cindy
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Starke e 964-6642, ;' portrait, blue;, Anna Bar 'blue; Joy Petersen,stuffed cat,red;',
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AccidentsMan proximatelY 4:45: p,m. at /SR-16 and Three runs were for drug overdose
'CR-230, apparently there were only and three people were dead when the
Arrested DUI minor injuries when a rock hauler unit arrived.
tractor-trailer truck and a car collid
cancelled and six
Four calls were
And Kicking OfficerA ed. A third car which may have were false alarms.
caused the collision was not InvolvedIn
46-year-old Alachua man under .
the accident.A
arrest for driving under influence QU-10
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in the Diane
ill passenger car '
was additionally charged with battery O'Connor, 25, of BrooksvlJLie,receiv,, Quick Response Urut-10 responded s>t.Aj,,,ti -
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after he kicked a Starke ed facial lacerations and lost a few to two fire calls in March.One was to aI
policeman/ the face late Friday teeth, according to Paramedic Cliff a brush fire and one was to a vehicle'
night. Chapman and EM'I" Dwayne fire, according to Chapman.
A vehicle southbound on US-301..
Hardee. The driver of the car and
driven by 'Thomas Richard Seigle, the driver of the truck were not In-.
46 struck a parked vehicle at .
,|lMarket Road at 11:59: p.m. April 8,. ;jured.No reports,were available from
according to Lt. W C. Reno.,While
the FHP in Palatka
on that accident.
F liP
the officer was working the accident TroopersContinue
Seigle became violent tried to kick, License
,the windows out of the patrol car and Dial& 911 Emergency, ,
had to be restrained with force. ,Vehicle Inspections I
When Reno'opened the back: door, Bradford CQunty ,Bradford County ;tom'sy
Seigle kicked him several times.
Reno suffered a cut and a broken Rescue Answers The Flonda Highway Patrol will
nose from being kicked in the face.' 124 Calls In March be conducting driver license and ,
Seigle was additionally charged with vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
battery on a law enforcement officer ,Bradford County Emergency ing the'week of April 15 ,through ;'
resisting arrest with violence Medical Services Rescue respondedto Apnl 21 on SR-21 SR-100 SR-230,
according to Patrolman Kathy a total of 124 calls/or/runs during ,SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16,CR-21B,, -
Mercer: the month of March, according to CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
Total bond was set at $4,500, cash Supervisor Cliff Chapman. Still well CR-227, CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
or surety,Seigle remains in custody. over the 113 monthly average of m Bradford County.Recogmzmg .
1987. the danger presentedto
Minor InjuriesIn Eighty-one transports requiredthe the public by defective vehicle
Tuesday AccidentOnly : transporting of 83 patients. equipment; Troopers will concentrate
Thirty-three calls required no their efforts on vehicles being
minor injuries were received transporting.The back-up unit made operated with defects such as bad
when a Chevy pickup truck pulled In- seven runs and one patient was brakes, worn )tires '
to the path of a GMC pickup at 9:50: transported by Trauma I to University : lighting equipment. In > ,,'"I', ..,
a.m. Apnl 12. Hospital in Jacksonville. tention will be directed ,, '; : :'
The 1966 Chevrolet,driven by Ver- The majority of the patients, 49, who would violate the ,.," ,;1 ,
non R.Ferguson, 83, of Starke, pull, were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six laws of Flonda. .thin April <
,ed from the Handy Way two miles patients were taken to Shands :The Patrol has found
west of Starke heading east on SR-16 Hospital, 17 to Alachua General points to be an effective
and was struck by the GMC, according Hospital and two to North Florida forcing the equipment "
to Trooper Calvin Pace Regional Hospital,all in Gainesville. license,laws of Flonda ,
Ferguson was not injured in the accident Four were taken to Reception ing the protection of all a Bible class i{ ,
Medical Center and two'to Lake / and were<(<
Driver of the,1985 GMC, Cynthia Butler Hospital Hand Surgery, 'Union County : '
,Prima (Combs), 19of Raiford, Center: The Florida Highway 11'b
received minor Injuries, according Illness related calls topped the list be conducting driver:
to Paramedic Cliff Chapman and of emergencies with 31 people vehicle inspection
EMT Dwayne Hardee. needing attention.,Cardiac patientswere ing the week of April
Damage to the Chevy was $250 the next hightest need,with 14 April 21,on SR-100, Thursday mor,
damage to the GMC was 3000. patients requiring Rescue. SR-241, SR-238, / located at U
Ferguson was cited for violation of Eleven calls were to people in CR-229 CR-125 CR-23 ,was brokt
right of way entering thru highway trauma and another eight runs were and) CR-796A in Union back door whit
said, Pace. ,, to people in trauma resulting from not determine
vehicle accidents Fen people suffered .
AccidentFew respiratory problems,one run \ no items wo!
Tuesday was to an obstretic patient and three Emergency. Dial by U
details were available in an' calls were to stabbing victims. ,daughter's car They told officials working the ,accident Clay County Sheriff's Department.
accident Tuesday,(April 12) at ap-



:HorticultureFair, Resultsfrom FORD NO MONEY DOWN' .'



page 7Bson.stapelia NEW HOURS; :, Monday through Friday 8-8 Saturday 8:30 5' ,\ ,

;,red; Jamie thompson
pencil cactus red;John Harnngton, /
caropegia woodu,' red; 'Jimmy, *
,Watkins, ox tongue, red; Amy:
Tyson,gastena, red;Jamie Thompson 1988BRONCO 'AMfMstereocassette'2 4'PER
stapelia, white; and Jennifer II

,Strivers PRICKLY tiger EAR jaws, white.; Fernando Her, / ,

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,Norton,Hernandez Christmas,tree red cactus; Heather red. 1988 AM/FM/ ,Stereocasse *

,LWC1, three blue ribbons. AC lock '
power
CRASSULA: Todd Parker, blue; e'1
'Greg ington.Mayben red. blue; Barbara ,Ha ITT TEMPO mirrors, 5 spd. manual 9 768 _,..oi', -Atilt -..--- "

BARRELL& BALL CACTUS:' ] ,steering..__ \
Lonnte Adkms; blue; Jennifer ,
Dyess, blue; Tracey Bradley, blue;; ,,
AM/FM/ Stereo cassette
Walt Westcott,two blues; Billy Harrison \ 16* ,
t' ,two blues; Martha Smith two AC tachometer,deluxe ,
blues; Tracey Bradley, red. LWCI 1988RANGER paint, 5 spd. manual 198 PER "
nine blue( ribbons and best in 4xOD '
category (institution) for a golden ,2.3 ena,sliding rear MONTH f "

barrel cactus. ., window.XLtJnm i .
ECHEVERIA: Viola Talley, best

In category Harnngton and blue blue ribbon and red;' Barbara rib-- AC, LARIAT, stereo, 70* '

bons McKay;, ,Jeff two red.Hanging Ransom. red; 'Tina 1988F1SO 5 spd. manual OD 2 3 3 "
MONTH
Baskets trans., 4.9 eng., speed ,

WANDERING JEW;, ,Edna'or-, ,. control,tilt.! '
ton,'red. '
MISCELLANEOUS: Brenda '
Thompson, variegated /hoya, blue; 1988 3.0 ENGINE,AUTO,
Corme' Tyson grape Ivy, red; Bren- ,SPEED CONTROL, I "
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Thompson'thin-leaf hoya. :
LWCI; cissus discolor, red. TILT. AC.AM/FM, .

FernsPOLYPODIUMt AEROSTAR WAGON LUGGAGE RACK. MONTH2I9' .
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Martha todd
blue Sheila Wilkinson red ,

.blue.BOSTON ASPARAGUS.; ,FERN FERN: D.C.;Pam;Roberts Tyson, I ,CHECK. OUT THESE ,QUALITY PREVIOUSLY, OWNED VEHICLES

best blue.In. category, and,best, in show, Ford factory rebate applies as down" payment. Based on 66! months, 10.9% A.P.R.

MISCELLANEOUS:' LWCI/birdsnest '
fern. \ 1988 MUSTANG '1987 TAURUS LX 1987CHEVYSILVERADO '

Miscellaneous '3 DOOR Speed, tilt auto power Station Wagon leather Interior.power everything, 'V-a,auto power windows,speed,Kit,
windows only 5.3OO miles 60OO miles' extra sharp. ONLY Utorw,low mlte .ONLY?.
BONSAI:'Phyllis Adkms, two blue .
ribbons Lonny Adkms best, in ffffa5 $12,495 $11,495
category (youth, two blues; Todd
Parker, blue; Shelby Adkms, red.;
DISH GARDENS:Brenda Thompson
blue; Barbara Harrington, bestin 1987 F- 50, '4x4, 2 1986 Bronco, ll's XLT .4x4Tutone ,} 1986 F-1SO XLT3O2

category (adult)and two blue rib- 3O2. 4 speed, tool box, AC,'low miles ,auto,air' ,speed,tilt loaded. Auto AC. tutone. sharp,
bons; Shelby Adkms, blue;< Lonnie

''blue AdKins.; Jamie blue Thompson; John ,Harnngton.blue; Martha $ l '10' Lv&95$11"99:5 $79'95

Todd,-blue and red ribbons. '.

,Judges '
:Stanley Crawford and Hilton Coleman 1985 FORD F-1SO 1985 FORD F-15O; ',1982 Datsun 4x4 Extra Cab

were judges. for ,this horticulture .- 302 AUTO. AC TUTONE.:XL,trim 133 Inch wheel base auto Ac PS, PB, speed,AC,moon root,
\ division.. I Great WorK Truck C g> ONLY .',
Th. American, Brttliti' and Cwwdtwi
manufacturer of Jaguar cars h.v. $8495 '$ $4595
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.According to International 1982 F-100 117" WB 1981 F-10Q'WORK' TRUCK 1969 FORD BRONCO >I-

Wildlife( mogailna. .... companla will' White .poke wh..la. large tire, ONLY,,.' 302,:S SPEED TUTONE. WHITE SPOKE
donctta monay ova....naut lhraa,...., tut / ',. .
to support a jaguar pra...... In (."..; $399-5LVr. .$1995 $3495
South Amarlc.Ilia fund*will go toward) '
managing .... raiarva, training, anal
quipping rangers and building lacllrrloa
fo aducata visitors about (aguars. THIS WEEKS SPECIALS 2 VW RABBITS



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Current Students .
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WASHER REFRIGERATOR DRYER MAYTAG' 13" COLOR TV
GIBSON 14ft. GIBSON Gas
FAMILY-SIZE frostfree ( I AUTOMATIC Range. .$ .. ..., ...,.. .
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k. 10 OOO O.BTU, Vente ed Heater r t2i8 Grills,
,,' 125,000 BTU Hot Water Heater, $398. 40,000, BTU unvented heater $198.
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';,:;, Winning Ten(1lsInstructiGn .
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REPERTORY ARTS THEATRE
,,1'1,:' Private Lessons rI' ,
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$10 per Hour ORL pretend .
.am with a Friend "'BAREFOOT THE PARK'
For$5 each. .
Call Mark at 8:15, pm.-Apr.28.29,30+ May 5.6.7.12,13 a 14
473-4380 or 964-6305 <4:DO) Irt Advance $ 5.00 at the Door
Students Include
Members of KHHS ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILBLE AT: '
,. High School Tams ,Outlaw Realty- Clark's Hallmark Leila's. Starke '
+ sLk + \. Doris Hair Clinic Melrose '. The Locker Room, KeystoneBRAND
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pound, or$2,376 for his steer boughtby
Jerry Hamm Chevrolet of
Jacksonville \
the Junior Showmanship winner ,
was Josh Crawford, B-FFA. 0"-
Crawford, the son of Mr. and Mrs. n
Steve Crawford of Brooker,receiveda
$300 cash award from Lake BuUer
Farm Center. His 1,198 pound
Hereford Cross steer brought $2.30
per pound, or a total of $2,755, from Orian WellsChevrolet 124
Painter Masonry of Jacksonville
The other steers were:
Sarah,Douglas, B-4H, 1,300 pound Olds
Limousin steer,$2 per pound$2,470,
purchased by Shadd Trucking. thanks,the for PER MONTH
Sarah is the daughter of Mr. and following persons
"", Mrs, Ernest Douglas of Brooker. stopping by their booth at'the Fair, (NOT A LEASE)
Chet Norman, B-FFA, 989
pound
Limousin Cross,, $2 per pound Congratulations to these winners of 74 Years of truck building experience.. Full

',,:" """ Chet$1,978,is purchased the son of by Mr.United and Shows.Mrs. 'the drawings. I", Increase fuel capacity 14 to 20 gallons(IBW only' ). Factory BUY, THE "
I Gerald Norman of HeUbron Spnngs. )' '' e Long wheel base pickup has best fuel capacity Equipped
; Tammy Chambers, U-FFA, 1,164 Microwave: Betty Gllsson in import truck. BEST TRUCK .
any ,
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pound Limousin steer, $2 per pound, '.
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$2,212, purchased by W.W. Gay Con- Double wotl cargo beds.(standard feature).
Marie
struction of Jacksonville.Tammy is Major tune-Up; Stephenson FOR LES'S"
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Y ,Bigger standard payload than any truck In its class !
Keys of Bayless Highway. I. Nicest standard interior package than any truck in'its class.'
Lube Oil &
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Lisa Mosley B-4H, 1,217 pound Truck driven by 94 BIG horses.,
Limousin steer, $2 per pound,$2,312, Filter: Betty. I Gammel.
purchased by Flonda National Bank n
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and Pat Welch & .fl'i\l
Surveyor '
Associates. Lisa is the daughter of Clock. Winners: SE EDS' ts
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Mr.and Mrs Ed Mosley of Starke. Candl Norman, Dorothy Moore, Dotty \\t.\ .pEFaS
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Bradford Senior FFA Chapter,936 Prevatt, David Parrlsh,,Wayne Clemens.
pound Angus Cross Limousin; \2.60
per pound $2,433, purchased by STEVE TURNER RUSH HAG't. BUBBA PHILLIPS ''CHARLIE LA VENDER
Pubhx Supermarkets. All winners may pick up their prizes at Orion:Wells:
Andy Smith, B-FFA, 1,140 pound Chevy-Olds In Starke. Congratulations/''again" -
CharlOis Cross Limousmt $2 per '2101 ORTHMAINST. 372.2583"J....:
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Fair Horticulture Winners

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', DANGER ,SIGNALS of '
: bara Harrington, blue and red '
Ever wonder what a'' highway rib "Pinched
does bons; Jell Ransom, red Tina Nerres"
patrolman in his spare tlme1Don ;
Roberts grows terns, for one McKay(two red. 1. ..../...* 7, Rip .... ,
thing.This huge Boston fern won the MISCELLANEOUS CACTUS;;: I. 1.w heft .... L TfeM. Meeriee
adult sweepstakes prize/ in the horticulture LWCI, yellow prickly pear blue rib u, X. fkeeMw. Fete A, Fete. ]>*.. Lop
bon: 4. "... 0,._ ... NMk f,..
Fair competion at the 1988 County MISCELLANEOUS: : SUCCULENTS' f., "..,Me .fcs ..... II. "... PIIoI_'

Roberts could hardly lilt the two : : Brenda Thompson I .. Dtnl.., u. p... T M

year old lern. lemon vine, blue, and green hoy, ,

'" Non-F lowering red blue;; Jimmy Donna Watkins,McNeal, ox partridge tongue, r Find out now whether careful, professional

*' HousePlanls plant, blue; rammy Bell miniature chiropractic care can relieve your aches and pains.
1:' 'NORFOLK< jSLANDPNJ( :!:: Grady stapelia blue; Walt Westcott MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTEDSTARKE

Smith, blue ribbon; ,Lena O Neat, ponytail palm blue; Perry Davis,
white ribbonDIEKFENBACHIA. 'stapclia blue! ; Barbara Harrington, L"- ....,.,._ :.;. __ CLINIC 964-8018
woodu red tinda Wilkin-
: : Barbara caropegia ;; Don Roberta "
Harrington, blue.DRACAENIA See Page 11C Hit Fern l> Winner 864 N. TEMPLE AVE. (Across from Pizza Hut)
: : Jamie rnorrtpson
blue; Donna Wade blue. Lawtey
,Correctional (LYVCU: blue
PEPPJ:<;ROMIA: Barbara Harrington .
.. red; Eric: Todd red. :, ',;," ,, 1J' /
P.HILODENDRON: : Conne l yson, ". \, '" ,
red; Brenda Thompson, red. LWCI: ,
blue .. .. ... .,
SYNOGON1UM (Arrowhead)':.
Corme Tyson, red;,Carolyn Weeks; Fresh Product CleanSTORE
.red. + '
PO rHS (Devils Jvy: Fernando" ,
Hernandez red. '
MISCELLANEOUSBrenda: : 2r
Thompson croton, blue and best in
category; Jamie Thompson lemon, ,'
tree, blue; Barbara Harrington
ONE STOP SHOPPING DESIGNED
aglonema, blue, Edna Norton
oyster plant blue, Edna: Norton WITH YOU IN MINDWinnDixie
spathphyllum blue; Martha Todd,
weeping fig, bluet Barbara, Harrington -, HOURSMONDAY
,ardisid,red ribbon, and John "
Harrington alocasia red ribbon SATURDAY
LWCI Miscellaneous Entries: !
Aralia. best in category
''(institution)), blue; palm, blue, ponytail 8A.M.-10P.M.
palm ,blue;;screw pine blue; TM
variegated screw pine,,blue; t tisntait, SUNDAY
palm blue, a e
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SCHEFKELERA: : : ,Traccy 'I
Bradley, blue. LWC1{ blue. 8A.M.-9P.M.
,, SANSVEREH1A: ;, BecKy Bonnett,.. .
reds; Becky, Bonnett, red. ', '.

I Flowering House" Plants;.!'(_, LOTTERY PLORIOA PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
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'> BEGONIA: : Conne I'ysoii, bluet'" 1"\I TICKETSAi STARKE

'" ,MISCELLANEOUS: : Bonnie,King,, ,',, ... XII STORES. _NUT'u worn -
,', pink geranium, blue ribbon and best "OffICIAI.TICKET OUTLET'UANTITY

in category, Bonnie King, orchid, RIGHTS 5-....._.:.-5-. ,. ..
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RESERVED I ... ....M.
blue; Donna Wade, coral, plant, 'AlMMfXIU|tOM. MaOWMOMf .. F1SHERMAN5WHARE ... -. ..-
amaryllis blue;; Barbara; red Harrington{ IM* [II I ""- -

ORCHID. LWC1, while' orchid 'WE .WANT' TO CASH
blue ribbon;. pink ,orchid': ,,'blue rib.. fRESH.SE..OOO ) 1 .
bon.. .TAIWIID. ',.AD on, CHECKS'
YOUR
MISCELLANEOUS t : : '; UCl: CATFISH ROCK 'j-i '
asthenum blue ribbon' 'and' teal in, ALL THAT IS REQUIRED IS A '
inStitUtion ..;..!:;. FILlETS SHRIMP CENT '
category )I. :; : t FLORIDA/GEORGIA DRIVER'S L E $fST SHOTS

,.'Cactus'& Succulents Mi$389; ,$249 WE WANT Ol i ,,.FE IENC I- NKATAIir )W"Ef TEXTUREDENLARGEMENTS
AND CASK YOUR :'HEiJKL' AT u" __JAL WINM IXI"E,
ALOES\ Gail Norton, aloe tea \tintr( "
red ribbon; Sharon Harvey ,whitci. "SIMPLE'AND QUICK"
Barbara Harrington euphorbia :WINN Dixie CASHIERS WILL APPROVE SORIVER CASH CHECKS WITH A, .
I ,tirucalli; ,Phyllis AdKins, to -color BOUGHT 'CAWCO ,WHO FLORIDA OR GEORGIA S LICENSE!FOR 5 'X 7 8.95. Supermarket Bank '
," bromeliad basket ORANGE ,PIRSONALCHECKS'ORTHEAMOUNTOFI'URCHASE atWlnnDlxieFILUTS
NO CHARGE 8 X' 10 ,'10.95
BROMELIAD: : Melina Ddvis, SCALLOPS
t PERSONAL CHECKS FOR THE AMOUNT OF PURCHASE
blue AdKins, ,
; Phyllis blue FROM COLOR NEGATIVES HO.
J blue. .$499 $399 WI WILL CASH PAYROLL CHECKS AND CHECKS FOIl THESE" ENLARGEMENTS
CASH ONLY FOR A NOMINAL FH COME r RAH ED AND Bank
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EUPHORBIA( ,(Crown oi Thorns): Ll: LL' .N.ar' > + CANVAS TEXTURED. ...--_,
Ben Bass,, best in category (youth)'

'and blue ribbon; Terry Whitehead, w .. 5 a .
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two blue ribbons; 'Marcie 13Tbwtl',"" J, Y
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'" ,'Thompson blue Barbara; Barbara', Harrington red, Sammie Harrington, red Thompson; Jamie tHu", FLORALw \\imnpL\ct: flver 10,000 Everyday Low Prices to Choose From.

red; and Carolyn Weeks,red LWC|: SHOPPE _
three blue ribbonsMISCELLANEOUS, Our beautiful 'Floral Shop U MOVIES' '
CACTUS; full of good deal to bngntan REGULAR or HONEY NUT ORANGE fRUIT PUNCH or CITRUS COMBINATIONGATORADE ,
Robin Hollingsworth I agave, blue your day -- '
ribbon; Melina Davis, rhipsalis; merit healthy of,E"E : Cheerios CHEERIOS20oz. 1*I
blue;,Walt Wcstcott gralted cactus
havt an array of beautiful flora) v
blue;. Edna Norton, cactus, blue; arrangement*. And, they(,all ,_=,: ,
Sheila Wilkinson elkhorn cactus, specially priced to fit your '
budget So step Into our VIDEO $ $ J69
redMISCELLANEOUS 6 ,
: CACTUS:. garden bouquet and for.th.pick ospecial 269 ,rd .
,', LWCI, yellow prickly blue ribbon SIZE SIZE
pear someone or take home a lush RENTAL, --t .
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\, green plant or floral arrangement '
MISCELLANEOUS SUCCULENTS for yourself, There OVER 100

lemon vine: blue Brenda, and green Thompson hoya,, youll beauty alwayi lots enjoy of our wdloae.ham.nd blooms exploring! the TON SELECT.' MOVIES FROM DILL' or '

red; Jimmy ;Watkins,',ox tongue,:' VLASIK PICKLES PAPiRwi WELS
blue;, Donna McNeal partridge
plant:blue; Tammy Bell, miniature i
stapelia. blue; Walt Westcolt,
ponytail palm blue; Perry Davis, TRAINED PROFESSIONALS $ 28

,stapelia blue; Barbara Harrington WORKING,TOGETHER FOR 46-0z.\\ GIANT 47 ,
caropegia uoodn red; Linda Wilkinson JAR ROLL "
,stapelia,red; Jamie Thompson, BETTER HEALTH CARE M T """
pencil cactus red; John Harrington'
caropegia woodn,. red; "Jimmy. Doctor and pharmacist I; an unbeatable: "
,Watkins ox tongue;' red; Amy'' duo winning the fight against disease. KINGSFORDCHARCOAL, ITALIAN or WOO ISLAND DRESSINGWISHBONE
Tyson gastena,red;Jamie Thompson =!,, V
,,stapelia white; and'.,Jennller
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',Stivers white"PRICKLV rfcey kaavi eariex
tiger Jaws rake!al.au.erla.b.ua
: i PEAR: Fernando Her- the patteat.get UM beat
1'1 nandez white bunny ears, blue;Fernando .
;, Hernandez, red; Heather m.It. S..l. '.20-LB. $439 1601.BTL. 8964OZ.
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\ti.r Norton; Christmas: tree cactus, red, ,,.....y C.. ( 1 BAG 1 1 ..
t WCI, three blue ribbons., .W our sI s..cssa
I CRASSULA;;, Todd Parker* blue;' f d pteamaclaw mate .
''I: Greg Mayben blue;'Barbara! Harm .praacrlptlona eoatala '
I,, red. IV M.fJ1.r.O a.as Mt.E
ington _ _
!t, "Lonnie BARREL'AdKins., & BALL blue;. CACTUS'Jennifer; DEL. MONTE CATSUP .. :-: 89Coufmm BIG 60's COOKIES S9

Dyess blue ,Tracey Bradley. blue eooOAU>uamaaTOASTER
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I\, Walt.Westcott, two blues; Billy Harrison PASTRIES :": $129 SALTINES. 5$
,n: :two blues;; Martha Smith, two : .; .' .' ;=

blues; Tracey Bradley; red, LWCI ; 4MOTF
M nine blue ribbons and best in ReatILARDETERGENT e>UHSCCNTtO
l' category institution) ,for'i a golden TIDE CHARMIN.
barrel cactus
& I ECHJ:<;VJ:<;RIAf: Viola Talley, best .' BATH TISSUE.
1,' in, category and blue ribbon Bar-

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$179 $379
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M1r WEFRY $C99 tLa.
Ii',, *.J CHOLESTEROL FREE
(tAClls"

,I'.:, QUICK MEALS icES FRESH FROM THE DAIRY

//1,,':' ;?. APPLE PIE EVERYDAY LOW .

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LORNA REDDISH '
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1987 CHEVY Pizzas( ) MARGARINE.
HERRLICH
C MAR b HAMTURKEY . $171
.aw.d. $ 9 ,
9500 Miles. Loaded BREASTMeecue $168 -' 3 99C
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mwa. .etcuieea.sao)pIM a>N.MOe .- FOR JUt
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'$O19eb 5510*
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ORIAN WELLS $ 1SANGEL ._. N
CHEVY OLDS BREAD ROUNDS! . | .
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From Page IB Lance Wiggins, B-FFA, 1,222 pound, $2,086, purchased by Prtt- Mr. and Mrs.John l Sapp.: pound Limsousin, $2.40 per pound, Grocery&Feed. )
pound, 12,166, purchased by Taylor pound Limousin, $2 per pound. chett Trucking of Lake Butler Josh Suggs, U-FFA, 1,159 pound $2,829, purchased by Pritchett The 4-H record book contest 1) !(
Concrete Supply of Green Cove l Spr: $2,321,''purchased by B&H: Electric. Thomas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hereford Cross Limousin, $2 per Trucking. Cretia is UM daughter of Lisa Mosley, sponsored by Rancher ;\
ings.Andy is the son of Mr.and Mrs. Wiggins is the son of Mr.and Mrs.H. Danny Thomas of l Starke.: pound $2 318, purchased by JOlInWhitehead ,Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Addison in Inc.: ; 2) John Ervin, the Rancher
Davis l Smith.: F. Wiggins of Starke. Bradford Junior FFA Chapter, and Marvin Pntchett. Lake Butler. Inc$; 3) Sarah Douglas, Rancher I
Bo Mersey, B-FFA, 1,266 pound John Ervin, U-4H, 1,033 pound 1,203 pound Limousin Cross, $2 per Suggs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. The Bradford-Union Cattleman's Inc. J
Untousin, $2 per pound, $2,532pur- Limousin Cross, $2 per pound, pound, $2,406, purchased by Florida Jerry Suggs of Lake Butler. Association bought the choice
chased by Tnest Construction Co of $2,066, purchased by Pritchett ,National Bank. Jason Davison, U-FFA, 1,091 resales for 75 cents per pound and The FFA Senior Chapter FFA
Keystone Heights. Hersey Is the son Trucking of Lake "Butler. Ervln is Robin Bryan, U-FFA, 1,014 pound pound Limousin $2.10 per pound, the select grade for 73 cents per record Book: 1) Denny Thompson,
of Mr. and Mrs. Doley Hersey of the son of Mr and Mrs E.fl.Ervln!: of Angus Cross Chariots$2 per pound, $2,291,purchased by Twin Top Parts pound. 2) Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter. ..';
Theressa. Lake Butler. $2,028, purchased by Lake Butler and Service of Lake Butler.Davie*:xiIs The Junior Chapter FFA record ",
Ginger Adams, B-4H, 1,120 Angus Union Senior FFA Chapter, 1,179 Apparel. Bryan is the son of Mra.Margaret the son of Ms.Paulette Davisou of Awards... book contest: 1)Josh Suggs,2)Andy
Cross Limousin. $2 per pound. pound Limousin steer, $2.50 per, Bryan of Lake Butler, Lake Butler. Winners in the weight gain contest Smith. AU these were sponsored by
$2,128, purchased by Farmers andDealers pound purchased by.Dean Denny Thompson,,B-FFA. 931 Donrue Oden B-FFA, 1,125 pound were: 1) John l Suggs: ,sponsored by' Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez
Bank of Lake Butler.Ginger Ward Timber of Lake Butler. pound Limousin Cross,$p per pound Angus $2.60 per pound $2,925, purchased Gator U Farm Supply; 2) Lake The Herdsman's Award winners
,is the daughter of Mr and Mrs.:A.B. Derrick Thomas, U-FFA, 1,043 $1,862, purchased by CommunityState by Publix Supermarkets.Cretia Butler Senior FFA Chapter ,were: 1) Bo Mersey,2) Andy l Srfruth.:
Adams of Brooker. pound Angus Cross Limousin,$2 per Bank. 'Thompson is_the son of. ,Addison, (U- FA. 1,179 GnMK.r$ ai an Her
Fair Swine


Results 'From Pale IB

the 10-year-old fourth grade
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: daughter of Michael and Lynne
,i Newsome received a total of $1,031
Stores and Friendly for her 204 pound Hampshire cross. :.
People
The Newsomes live on the Bayless
Highway (CR-225) west of l Starke:
_. and have five sows now'Chris got '
her pig from the Sells Farm in Jenn-
ings.
"It's, a learning experience for the
kids,and I really hope they get a lot
", OVER 10,000 'EVERYDAY AT WINN-DIXIE WE'RE WORKING out Lynne.of The it,"kids says do ChriS'get attached mother to,


': 4 LOW PRICESTO TO MAKE YOUR SHOPPING EXPERIENCE srtLs the names nourished.pigs,'fed to,which,cleaned It's they hard the have pens for given, and the,'

youngsters to Just walk off from the
GIVE YOU A pigsafter the sale,. ,says Mrs.


LOWER FOOD BILL Newsome.,The Home Grown.:.. ',

iiiA7uiE The grand champion home grown
pig which means a pig bred and
raised In Bradford or Union County,
OUR PRICESCOMPARE was 4-H'er shown'Jeremy by Hildebrand.Bradford Junior

: Young Jeremy,a double fair winner

).\:, YOU'LL-LIKE THE SAVINGS! ner,in also the was Junior the.sweepstakes.." Division judg-win-

',,,";, ing at the fair with a shirt and shorts
set he sewed. Jeremy is the son of
,"f.. ':.''i\'; Rex and Betty Hildebrand who live'on '
e the Bayless Highway; Jeremy's
PRICES GOOD THURS: WED.. APRIL 14-20,1988 230 pound fcpot/Duroc Cross.sold for
$2.25 per pound at bid.'Add-ons raised '
the total to$795.SO. ,
(' Wh4f7l.aa fe00 Georgie Seay, a'Junior, 4-fer''
from'' Union County: and the,
o SAUSAGE .daughter of Clarence: and Priscilla
HARVEST FRESH Seay-ot, the Worthington Springs
area, showed the reserve champion,
home grown pig. Her '204 ,pound,
BROCCOLI Hampshire'' Cross called
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brought $2.25 per'
, S : HICKORY SWEET W-D BRAND. pound SledgeHammer from W.8. Howard or a total
((2 LB. $1.96) ((2 LB. J1 96)WHOLE of $887.87. The pig came from the
HOGSAUSAGE A.E.,Crawford Farm in Union County. '
SLICEDBACON 9 8 t 98 58 ., '
The other 65 pigs
tf LB. LB. r: BUNCH received Lon' Mosley a blue of ribbon Bradtord and$2.40 Jr-4H pA,

pound for her 210 lb. hog which was
a: purchased by United ShowS.
TURKEY HAMS . La s1 SMOKED SAUSAGE 2" FAMILY FAVORITE Jana Bennett B-Jr-4H.received a
blue ribbon and $\SO per pound for
J her 224 Ib hog, bought by,Florida. ,
National Bank.
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rMaH: WE TELL ONLY AGED I HARVEST FRESH I $170 Benji per Bennett.Ib. by Pritchett B Jr-4H
for his 220 lb.and also won a blue ribbon -
'<. U.S. CHOICE BEEF PRODUCE .
David Prevatt,B Jr-4H received a
we MAMO U*.choice.[p'BONELESS blue ribbon and $1.40 per pound for
his 254 Ib hog bought by Florida' National -
Htctcoxr IWCIT Bank
BOTTOM George Seay, Union Jr-4H, won a
BONELESS HARVEST'FRESH
": ROUND ROAST blue ribbon and $2.50 per pound tor
HAMS CELERY his 194 Ib. hog bought by Roscoe
Seay 'Timber.Julie .

,\;';'::; ;':,',0{" :'"\':" f $ 1 97 $ 1 99' f1V 48DELICIOUS < blue Pritchett ribbon!! Tallman Trucking and$1.90, U-FFA for per herf,pound received 218 from lb.a


":,:.;.", ,,' '. LB. LR hog.Jimmy Tallman. U-FFArecelved

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I' BOLOGNA '. La $-39 CORN DOGS .. '. .Sso sz ,$3" APPLES .' vs $1"
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;',; .',""I" "FRANKS or BOLOGNA. 'x'99' ,LINK SAUSAGE. '. .: $5"' YELLOW. ONIONS, .' .. La '38"immrr
, I IMIHO>nmi -scut rnon ronn mm rmm rrurr ino '

LONDON BROIL '. La $217L CHIPPED i MEATS .' ';::', 39C POTATOES. '. .. . C, $14'
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L ,,: ,COUNTRY STYLE RIBS La $2"BONELESS BOLOGNA or 'FRANKS., ,La' 79, MUSHROOMS .:I'. .,. .' s; ; 98BAKERY I RAY

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i HWY 301 North
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HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDES Stark*

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C.aauaM WORKING FOR YOU!
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------' NEITHER ARE WE! ORIAN WELLS
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Albert Edward Smith of Starke; a' of Hampton, died Friday, Apr. 8 In'''
\ daughter, Marilyn Gibbons; three Alachua former'resident of Starke. 'He, had ,. I
Mrs. Luctue Lula Mundorff.,73, o* General Hospital of ,Card of ThanksThe Florida Power and Light Company -
'i' Starke sons, Steven and John Wanek and Gainesville lived in Lake City for 33 Mr, '
died Wednesday, Apr. 6 In following an extended Il years. sayss it intends to purchase up
Bradford Hospital following brief Robert Kahn. aU ,of Long island, lness. Currie was employed by the State family of Juanita (iNita to 700 megawatts of coal-fired electricity -
illness. N.Y.Funeral Born Sept. 20, 1909 in Fabius,Ala.. Exchange and Barnett Banks in Richardson wishes to thank .-approximately the ou* ofa
'. Born July 14, 1914 in Starke, Mrs. plans will be announcedat Mr. Williams moved to Hampton In Lake City for 27 years and retired as everyone who extended their kind major power plant, from uMnes
Mundorff returned to Starke In 1945 a later date by Jones, Funeral. 1920 from Alabama. He was a 'Vice President of the Barnett BankIn sympathy for our grief at the deathof of The Southern Company under an
from Pass-A-GnJJe Beach Fla. She Home of Starke member of Hampton Christian 1985. He was a past president of my son, Jeffery Allan (Jeff). agreement that. will
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was the former owner and operator Robert (Robbie) Stansel Church and the Telephone Pioneers the Lake City Shrine Club,past com- "When you Ion someone you love energy to Florida customers
'" of Colonial Florist and a homemaker of America (Gainesville Chapter) mander of the American Legion in ft's hard to bear the sorrow--And through the year 2010.
and Baptist. Robert L.;(Robbie) Stansel, 17,of and retired from Southern Bell Starke, past chairman of the Lake It take strength and courage Just FPL estimates that the purchased
Survivors Include two sons,Wayneof Lake,City died Saturday, Apr. 9; Telephone.Survivors. Shore Hospital Board in Lake City, to try to fact tomorrow power agreement,scheduled to take
Starke and Dr.Jon E,Mundorff of from an accidental drowning in the include two brothers, and past treasurer of P&AM,Lodge But the many word of other effect in five years,. will provide a
Tampa a brother, Jasper Bennettof Santa Fe River while on a fishing George of Hampton and Frank of 27 of Lake City. He was a member of And their warm concern for usHas third of the utility's new energy
Land-o-Lakes, Fla.; two sisters outing. Melrose; a sister, Ruth Matchett of the First United Methodist Church of helped/ sustain u*from day to day. capaCity'' requirements in',the mid y
Ruth Calhoun and Teressa Crosby A lifelong resident of Columbia Orlando six' .nieces and six Lake City and the Columbia County And,has been of great. comfort too. 1990s. Because of Florida's continuing -
both of SUrke; seven grandchildren County,Robbie attended the Niblack nephews. Fair Assn. He-was a graduate of W thank you .o much forwhatever growth rate. FPL anticipates '
and eight great-grandchildren. Middle School and was a member of Funeral services were held Mon Auburn University and served in the port you played./ that during the next decade it will
Memorial services were held the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day, Apr. 11 in DeWitt C Jones U.S. Army during World War II. fly the Family of' also need to construct additional
'Saturday, Apr. 9 in DeWitt C. Jones Day Saints Second Ward in Lake Ci Chapel with Pastor Norman Suisse Survivors, include his wife,Norma Jeffery Allan(Jeff) Richardson generating facilities and refurbish t
Chapel of Starke with Rev. Ben ty. officiating. Interment was In Santa B.; a daughter, Janice Vincent of Juanita (Nlta) Richardson current plants to get more power
} Bryant officiating. Interment wUl be Survivors ,Include his parents! Fe Cemetery under the direction of Jupiter; brother, ''Frank P. and (mother), Liza Richardson (1011Jeff.ry'Thoma. /.), from, them.
at a later date under the direction of Robert and.Margaret Stansel; a Jones Funeral Home of Starke. sister, Barbara Mayson both of At' Richardson (son), This agreement is the first of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. sister, Nancy E.; and his maternal more Mike and Sherry Richardson, several steps the.company will initiate -
grandmother.Mrs. Georgia Watersof Funeral services were 'Apr. 8 at I brother and wife), Ham and rinle'Richardson this year to prepare for major
'I Mrs. Marion Smith Lake Butler. the First United Methodist Church of (brother and wife), energy capacity expansion to serve
Funeral services were held Mon- Clifford L. Currie Lake City, with Masonic rites'' in Steven and Laura Richardson customers m the next decade and
Mrs. Marion Skelly Smith,,79, of Forest Lawn Memorial (brother and wife). Mark well '
day afternoon, Apr. 11, in the Churchof Mr. Clifford L. Currie, 66, of Lake Gardens of and Into the next century said Will
SUrke died Thursday, Apr. 7 in Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints City, died Tuesday at the VA Lake City Sherrill-Guerry Funeral Madeline Richardson (brother and Coe?, FPL's vice president of power
Bradford Hospital following an extended Second Ward, with Bishop Duane Medical Center ,in Gainesville after Home of Lake City is in charge of ar wife Peggy Richardson (tlster-ln- supply.
illness. Thomas officiating. Bunal rangements. In lieu of flowers, the law),De Wayne and PoshuaRichard. The Atlanta-based Southern Com
Born Dec. 24, 1908 in New York,. Oak Grove Cemetery in Union was Coun-in a long Born illness. family requests donations to the ton (nephews), Danika. JennlTrae.Y. /.,., pany's utility subsidiaries, which
Atmore,
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Smith moved to Starke ty under' the direction of Archer First United Methodist Church. Lily and Sara Richardson serve a four-state area of the
1 'SIX years ago. She was a retired Funeral Home of Lake Butler. (nieces). Southeast, currently'provide 2000
hotel switchboard operator in New megawatts of "coal-by-wire'1 elecitrtcity
York' City and 'a member of, the Mr. Marvin Williams to FPL.That contract expiresin
'Catholic church. 1995, stepping down as the new
Survivors include :;her husband, Mr. Marvin Monroe Williams,78, .AUTO INSURANCE AGENCY In Memory agreement steps up to ;700

I of STARKE George W. Lilliston megawatts.Under the .

PIP. LIAR COLLISION SR22 In loving memory of George W.. Alabama Power new Company agreement,'one'of
v" Bradford Lilliston, who departed this, world the subsidiaries,will dedicate a portion
PAYMENT PLAN (964-2328) April 17, 1966. of its coal-fired generators at
'" You brought so much sunshine and Plant Miller near Birmingham to
,,,,., Chiropractic Center happiness to so many people deliver energy to FPL when the old
I S Karen McMonlgle 218 N. TEMPLE AVE; especially your family, and at,times contract phases out. Two other
AGENT I still hear you say I'm sorry, but I Florida: utilities have negotiated
',',, ; ., 218 S.>Walnut St. STARKE, FL'32091 love you", over the smallest thing separate arrangements for power
IY.W, !$' I': :I"" ,, Next to the Chamber of Commerce Our Lord and Savior knew what he from the same plant.
" ) was doing when he took the "Purchased is
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''I" "'I"\1'\"\ :\ ',!jl '" 9644957PAIN gem that was you. I know you are competitive with, and oftenless expensive .
," ('1iii'ldci! : I\i\; happy, but It is hard to ease the pain than generation from some
1/; )r'!r 1l\"i; :, of your passing on. of our own power plants, has been a
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iY.: \I i ; I:': CONTROL, MOBILE 1 With all our love, supply major contributor program during to FPL's the 1980s power,"
}f ", Headaches T Mother,Dad, brothers,sisters and Coe explained. agreement will
\<',1' Neck & Arm 'gran.pa rents. enable us to continue to benefit Iroma ,
Mid Back HOME ... f/ : very economic source of power."
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NOTICE FOR RENT BUSINESS PERSONAL SERVICESWANT :,,' ,'A.\ I 205 'NST.mpl.r: Stork*:.'m
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.sub- STATE EMPLOYEES! need home'; close to TO DRINK I
milted to the Bradford County your work? We have clean mobile THAT'S YOUIIUSINISS Cecella I .lIIeaar.I I
YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE .
Telegraph office In writing and paid in homes available 468-1323. 10/8 TF' WANT TO STOP?
advance unless credit .1.I PINS STORE CHOOSE FROM; Jean/Sport-
already\ FOREST APARTMENTS! Now taking THArs OURS NEW LISTINGSNEED
established with this oftlce. sweat Ladles, Men., Large Six**, Alcoholics
THI TELEGRAPH applications for 3 BR opts starting at Petite, Dancewear/Aeroblc Bridal.Llng.rl. Anonymous A QUICK SALE Beautiful name on 2H acre. 3400 s.f.. many large
STAFF CANNOT
II $200/mo CHSA '44-410-94-2000
HELD RESPONSIBLE fOl'MISTAKES' IN fully equipped kitchen or Accessories Store Brands: J rooms stone fireplace, slove, refrlg., DW garbage compactor microwave,
cable ready 1530 W pd thru 4/30
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER St., 964-6312 Mon-Frl 9.$ ,. Madison, III Clalborne, Heolthlex, Chous, Lee, CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free I dish tower TV antenna, telling tons, drape, blind, built-in tereol
THI TELEPHONE Housing' p m Equal St. Mlchele Forenia Bugle Boy, Levi estimate, Handy-Man Fence Co. LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION I This prime commercial' location 507
Opportunity. 1/14
Classified deadline It TUESDAY ,TWO BEDROOM 1 bath block TFchg home, Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 Owner Tommy "eddish. 964-8559 tfn W. Madison St., directly across from Winn Dixie could easily'' be converted. to
other. .99 One Price Or Multi.
NOON, to Or $13 ) I suit need.
prior Thursday publication. ,CHSA, nice neighborhood.' Call HANDYMANt carpentry painting electrical your .
Classified, display deadline I TUESDAY. 468-1323.' 3/3 TFchg Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe complete home repair. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Specious, quiet country living 3 BR, 2 ba, large FR,

S:00 P.M. Sp.clal'Classlfl.d, display WALDO VILLAS unfurnished ,'2 BR Store Retail Price unbelievable for Reasonable rate. Licensed contractor, J large Kit/DR combo 2000 *.f., CHSA city water 2 septic tank,excellent condition -
placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. townhouse, carpet CHSA. 468-1971. top quality shoes normally priced from. RBO049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940, 1/9tfn I Assumable mart $26,000, 8%, pmts, $223,98/mo. Priced to sell.
$19 I to $60. Over 250 Brand, 2600styles.
Minimum charge for classified ad- I, Equal Housing Opportunity, 3/10 TF SEWING MACHINES sales and service, I $55.000.
17.900 to $29,900
IS words for $3.SO, then IS term for FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities Fixture : Inventory, all make cleaned oiled, adjusted 315 MYRTLE STt Neat S tidy 3 BR, 2 Ba, concrete block home, LR, DR. Kit.,
Training, Airfare Grand .
each word thereafter. pnid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia $15. All work guaranteed. Corner I walking distance to town, new roof 1984. Check It out! $45,000.
.. .. Opening, etc. Can open IS day. Mr
.,. Hot.'. Walnut Morgan Rd. S C1I16, James Strickland
St.:by fast Office. TF loughlln ((612)) 888-4228. Itpd 4/14 CONNERLV ESTATES, 3/2 brick tone fireplace 1800 s.f., tcreenedlnI
MELROSEi lovely' 2 BR, 1 f.5' both home 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunol' 9648733. 12/3TF I porch. Steve Hayes residence' \981.Water to air heat pump double Insulated
FOR RENT with den In nice neighborhood' carpet WOLFF Tanning Bed, SlenderQuet LAWN SERVICE for residential and com- | window $85.000. aum. mort. $65,948 with 10? Int. Energy Efficient.

storage room, fully equipped kitchen Passive Exercisers Call for FREE color merclol. landscaping tree removal, APT. BUILDING 3 unit, fenced yard close to shopping. $43.000.

,ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile ham. with inside' laundry hook-up, swimm catalogue. Save to 50% lawn vacuumed. No job too big ormalL BAYLESS HWY. CHICKEN FARM 30 acpo.ture. fenced cros-fenced w/4
: Free
'A mile from city. Nice neighborhood. ing 3/31 I area 4tchg21 on Swan Lake'. $350. 4751678. 18002286292. fcan 88.160 WE DO BULLDOZER estimate WORK, 964-4238.450 2/4TF John I chicken houses, egg cooler, 3/2 home, alum aiding, eat-In kit., Ig. FR. DR.
.4681323. 108TFFURNISHED MOBILE HOME PARK on Grlffl Loop. I CHSA fireplace Ig. front'porch., 6 wells 2 septic tanks, fish pond, barn *
MOBILE HOME Deere. $40 hour. Call
: 'lease ,to buy $100 per anytime,
air Acreage for more mobile home 143000. .
ROOM with all utilitiespaid month down ; 182.3306.1/7 4tchg 4/28 garage. ,
from $37.50 per week : payment negotiable Furnished 38000. Call after 5:30: p.m., 9648970or COMPLETE HOME'' REPAIR LAKE BUTLER EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Income from S rental
already set In mobile park carpentry
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St., by Post Call Bradford Motel up Storke, 9645332. 964-4480. 3/3TF painting electrical plumbing. I trailers 12x60 furnished. 7 rental space, spprox. 1 ocre of land. Income
Office. TF 4/14 2tchg 4/21 I $75,000; Large steel company need* Reasonable rote*. Licensed contractor, I overage $1500 a month. Selling price $55,0001
NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking dealer In Florida Any type and size of TB0049306. Call Mitch. 4733940. TF '(II N. CHURCH ST.t. Immediate occupancy with low"down payment to

ed. Laundry facllitle. Included Video for I S 2 bedroom apartments applications -- commercial steel building sunroom, K S K CLEANING SERVICES Residentialand I qualified buyer. Hurry hurryt This home. It priced to ell. $34,500 with

room available. Will acc.pt one child, CHSA. lully equipped kitchen mobile home product and neon signs, business personal 'services.reference I assumable $29,000 mortgage.
'' 100% '-800... .1663.
no pet Palm Apt.., 2313 N. Temple financing. fcan
drapes, 7823531, Equal Housing Op. available. 964. 908. 3/31 TF,
Ave., Starke 33O91. 10/29 TF portunity. 4/14TF 88-153 ROOFING new ,roof tear off. and HOMES

12." MOBILE HOME 3BR } bath on EXTRA CLEAN furnished, 3'BR, 12x70 OWN market YOUR and OWN demand BUSINESS Due to new I II recover Work guaranteed. Call Lamar GOOD LOOKING rw.v brick duplex 215 Bradford 0,. 2 BR, 1 'A bo, LR, eat' j

one acr. 5250/month.964-4238.2/4TF mobile home CHSA on 'A acre lot' 2 our company ., Sims. 96.. 331 anytime. Freeestimates. j In kitchen with stove, finest carpets, best location $38,000.
local Individual
COZY 2 II HOUSE furnished CHSA, seeking a who I* In.t.r..ted .
mile from town. No pet. $275 month, 3/31 TF Call Walnut St
SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great S ,
two tory building corner
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Prefer adult. earning
carpet. single For Info call very SISTER
$100 SOPHIE PALM READER Advice
964.6680 after 3 p.m. 2/21 TF ,2tch security 4/21 deposit 964-7554, 4/14 Income In Florida.' Your Investment will business, love and other problems on [ Total 3198 sq.H., clean excellent condition Jive upstairs, have a business
; be secured and downstair Best 'location Enterprise Zone Benefit.
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT; Coll 964-8614. by Inventory a strongTV Special reading this week with this
or 9647619. 3/17 TFchg ad campaign. What we have fo of. ad. 782-9802. Itpd 4/14 LAKEWOOD SUBDIVISION Cedar. and stone 3/2. telling. Ian. 2 CHSA unit,
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MOBILE HOMES
CLEAN FURNISHED for cannot be explained a few simple dbl
2 BR trailer. Crosby by garage.
CHILD CARS In home 6 a.m. to 6
Lake Shore $225 month $100 deposit. FOR SALE word In this ad. If you pre serious Non-.moker,my loll of TIC. 964-2349 p.m, on JUST REDUCED $ .OOOI 3 BR, 2% Ba, eat-In kitchen, thermal window, 1

No pets, no children 964-5739 or .. about owning your own business and Grlffls Loop. 4/14 2tchg 4/21 acre, Hwy. 16 West Wo $68.000. NOW $64,0001
.964-. 68. 4/14 2tpd 4/21 can Invest $7.500. call 5O4 8381664. NifD YOUR YARD MOWED Call Steve, COUNTRY CLUB: 2584 ..f. on two lots, 3 Bedroom. :2';\ bo, pella windows! .|
12x60 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, I bath on 1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY mobil. home NO SELLING REQUIRED Icon 88-158 964-7824. Itpd 4/14 nicely 'landscaped. .
ocr., $2SO month. 964..238.7TF park on Grlffls loop Acreage for more SSO GROSS PER WEEK) part-time, hand) CRYSTAL LAKE) log cabin 1 BR.1 1 bo, 90 ft.lok.front. fireplace
TWO BEDROOM I bath mobil. home, mobile, '' home or lots 38000. Call Ing Hormel Campbell, Chef Boy-Ar- PERSONALSA 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba, $25.750.
lurnlthed. with air and h.ot. $175 alter 5:30 p.m: 964-8970 or 964-4480. Dee Heinz and similar food product. 310 CHURCH STREET Bedroom, 1 both' owner financing 20000.
month, $10O deposit. 964.8970 or 3/3 TFjoFISHERMAI4S| No selling Involved. Service commerrcial
Fleetwood 1125 NEIL COURT) 3 BR, 1 Bath carport, owner financing $36,000.
DREAM mobile account, 10 top vending WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE
pop WOW I Sophisticated waterfront living In Lakewood SID on Crosby lake
4/7F porchplus home on large wooded lot with accessto machine National census figure Australian European, ScandinavianHigh .
Cedar S stone, beautiful home LR. FR with tone fireplace, DR. big masterbedroom.
3 lakes 2 BR, 2 both shingled roofs
carport. $275 month William D. show average gross earnings of$3,400 School Exchange Students arriving "
Tiff island kitchen;' cathedral ceiling, utility two other nice size bedrooms, two bath, front porch., double |
In, tic? Real Estate ,Broker, per month. Requires approx. 8 hours In August Become a host family for
964-5065. Itchg 4/14' : carport porch furnished. Brand per week. You will need $15,500 cash American Intercultural Student Ex- garage, ceiling fans throughout 2 CHSA units, dunning view of lake.
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on Grlffl :new well septic and power pole, Lad now for equipment. Coil changer Call 1-80O-SIBUNG. fcan'. 1 BRICK 3 BR, 1 Ii, Ba. LR. kitchen-dining area carport utility room,' 1004 N.

loop. Lik. new, 468.2374.4/72tchg. scoped and storage shed Hawthorne, 1-800-873-8787 ask for operator 128. 88.161 Thompson St. W.llln.uloted. low utility bills, $45.255.
414CIEAN area $32,900, owner financing. Phone staffed 24 hrs dally. Sunday call BRICK or SIR 2 bo 1900 s.f., I acre, S y... old between Starke S Lowt....

2 BR mobile home in Stork.$225 3786456 481-2311.. .of 468-2902. 3/31 accepted fcan 88-146 22 S. MYRTLE ST.. Home S 2 car garage, all new Interior. CHSA, 2 BR, 1 1I

month. 961.8810.4/7 4tchg 4/28 3tchg 4/14 .PARTNER WANTED vending we provide I Ba.. $30,000 Financing Available See to Appreciate. Make offer'
MOBILE HOMES, :2 BR, I bath with At LAND PIUS HOME: :3 BR, 2 full bath. complete location set-up and training. Have you' tried qualifying for a 642 N. WALNUTt 3 BR, 2 Ba Handyman' dream 38000.
and cov.r.d' patio I mile ,to CHSA. carpet on 1 Vi acre just outside' You provide minimum $15,000 cash.,, h.....' ntertgege and couldn't LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY. PRICED RIGHTI Keystone, beautiful I

downtown Starke. 964.7498..TF' city limits Rd. 16 East awards Klngsley Completely refundable. Minimum 6 becouse your Income we tee low Spanish style home, 3450 *.f., 10 acre, sprinkler system 4 BR. 2'/4\ boo formalLR.

LEASE/OPTION TO BUY 3 BR, 2 bath m Lake "'Room for two more mobile hr.. per week. For confidential Inter Are yew tired of peylng rent? 'fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR,. brick fireplace patio pool ailing fans 2 |
city. 964.2250 b.fer.10 p.m. Itpd 4/t4 homes to be setup. $16,500 cash. 'View call 18003231776. op.roto'370, Do you have a steady Income and car garage, new roof, zoned Agr!., 2 ossum mtgs., $135,0001
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CHSA. $275 964,63051.5 p.m. or 964. 480 6.9 p.m. fcan 147 hove I been employed t month or CONSOLIDATED HOME S OFFICE OR APT) 9 Acres Lowtey area

'month. 964-7824 1 after 4 p.m. 4/14 3/31 IFHOMES longer? BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44.000 I
OF MERIT 28.<56. 3/2. $215 man.
2tchg21 Do you have good credit with no 34)). MENG DAIRY RD.i 2.25 acres 3/1 CB. CHI A.IO near $ 40,000
ONI BEDROOM ,thly. Call .629.8906.. 4/7 4tchg 4/28
FURNISHED APT clean I WANTED 60, er 90 dey notice er (udgement CROSBY LAKE CANAL 2 BR. 1 Ba; CHI A. frame $ 41.000
NO CASH NEEDED take
830 N. T.mpl. Ave. Houck we tradespaidfor
Apt
\ 964-7398. 4/14 or not. Uncle Roy. Ocala, en yeur credit LAWTEy..BR,2bo.,2.to'1l"ocr.OOY".ClI't., .,., .. .. 1,36.000 |
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APARTMENT I' 2 bedroom"'with'-h..3St8517 4tchg 4/28, '' you .f .\\1. .. '"'' ,1' r
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utilities and cable TV Included from .41191O RAMADA DOUBLE WIDEt real- your tttt Mf'Aft.r ? atd
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In the of'flrmetive
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park river '
$163 per month. Walking distance to oo Flo. 32091. 4/7TF
downtown 533-2260; alter 6 p.m. Itpd. 28x28. .living/dining room spacious WANTED DEAD OR AUVE rattlesnakes, then call or come by Ann. Terwlllegar Nel.on 473-7541
411THREE kitchen, glassed Insulated Florida Mathew Realty end let them explain
priced according to size and condition.
BEDROOM STUCCO mobile horn. ,room. Punta Garda '((813)) 639.0199 For mar. info contact: The Skin Shop at why you shouldn't wait any longerfor John Longford Appraiser 496-2291

with carport IVi both, extra large living eves, fcan 88-157 our new 'location on Hwy 301 between that home you have always Paulin. Randolph 964-4323 I
room large front yard fenced THREE BEDROOM. I both mobile home, Waldo and Orange Heights 468-2597. w."t.... Jacquelyn Tatura 964-403 |
bock $250 month $100 deposit 6 closed In porch, block utility shed on 4/7 4tchg 4/28
1'/. wooded 5 miles South of MATHEWS REALTY
ii month lease 9648407. Itpd 4/14 cres. NEED GOOD USED HIGH CHAIR call ,
.,.." MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 2 bath, Slarke. S2S.OOO OBO. 964.5638 after 5 964-6475 after 6 p.m. Itpd 4/14 REALTOR
CHSA. on 1 ocr. $275 first and last p.m. 4/14 2tpd 4/21
'MOBILE HOME for sole 1986 Fleetwood 441 Madison
security 1 year lea... 813-778-4986, :
4/14 2tchg21 14.60.2 BR. 1 bath. 7823570. Itpd 4/14 Starke, FL 32091 Clo/I.

MOBILE HOME for r.nt or tale. 9644140. '73 CHAMPION 12x65, central air, (Across from Winn Dixie) Subscribe,
Itpd 4/14 SOOO. 964-2429 or 7823437. 4/14 964-4469 Gel No $ ds ads;
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BRADFORD COUNTY RENTAL* 2/2. :
CHSA. 'large lot, access to Crystal COS CHECK US OUT) Clean rental
lake $400 month. R.T. Lovorn Realtor, homes tailored to your pay schedule. -----

4733254. Itchg 4/14 Private park laundry and playground.PINES .
SRI 21, just south of SRI00 In
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Kay C Waters | Suzanne Kitchens / Homes) Lots / Acreage*' Waterfront :

He 964-6941 Res. 004-6512 Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT Farms S Commercial

Opal Dinkion | | I9'located FISHING ALL YEAR ROUND .' Two-Story Log Siding Home .
Aif- H< B4333 REALTOR !8.jlF.9l.VL, 2; ( PY! ; 1/2BA .
., 3BR/2/ 3000 SF, CH/A. Stove ReM A Dishwasher. Ceiling

i Dedfnated Appraiser* Hwy 30t-Sib S. S.SR.100 221 W. Ufayetta Street Fan. Well A Septic, Large Lot. .
Your Full Service Real Estate Office FISH POND ON 1.5 ACRES 3BRV2BA Norwegian Brick. CH/A.

Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business COUNTRY LIVING with born, hone stalls, fish ponds; comfortable brick, 3 Range & Refri.. Carpel,. 1200. SF, Solar Hot Water System Well A .

BR, 2 both home, over: S ocre Septic .

A Few of Our Many Listings,, OKLAWAHA RIVER hunting camp, reduced, leaving tome furniture. ,LAKE PRIVELEDGES .'3BR/2BA Block.'Living A Dining Room,
Homes Rd. and Rd., 12-B. 41 .
Residential *BROOKER AREA nice high land! on 231 acres. Room
Family Drape A Carpet CH/A, 1.416 SF. Large Loc,
GOING BUSINESS plus residence. Hwy. XI, .
JOUTHGATI brick 3/2. CHSA on 2 b.autifulloll.
IN THE COUNTRY Block .
"LEASE-PURCHASE: 1800 ..t./ 4/2'4 fireplace, ronll.r.frlg", owner *LARGE 2 STORY CEDAR and brick home, over 37 acres, some planted pines, 'ti\ 2BR/2BA Extra Large Living-Dining
approx., ,, '
Area. Kitchen Hal Formica Cabinet A Breakfast.
financing.' .. .301 NORTH remodeled home on I acre. Good prke.' Ana Family Room. .
NVf OAKS near country club, beautiful brick' 3 bedroom,. 2 bath, .CHtA, FOUR BEDROOM 2V4 bath brick home off Beuent Rd., nice neighborhood. CH/A. Garage, Well A Septic. 3 Acres.

fireplace, priced to sell I : *GOOD BUILDING SITE or mobile hom.:off 301 North. 10 acre'' ROOM FOR A GARDEN '-' 3BRV2BA: Block. Large Living Room. .

*l.AIGIIIICIC HOME 2700 sq. ft., CHSA. beautiful neighborhood. Call for oppl.Waldo ., *NICE WOODED LAND over 34 acre. Family Room., Ch/A, 1S39 SF. Sieve, Rem A Dishwasher Well ASeptic .

: Neat. I 1400 ..I...,3 bedroom. CHSA $34.000.: *FOUR APARTMENT UNIT $38.900.' 1 Acre. .
1,. 'COMFORTAILI LIVING. In Starke. 2/1. large rooms, $ 5.ooo.,. '*DOUBLEWIDE on 1 are, Hwy. 16 W. owner financing. 9.5 ACRES ON ,NEW RIVER 2BR/LBAMobile, Home In .
'* FOUR BEDROOM 1 bath beautiful plants shrubbery,, tree. In town. ,
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THRU IEDROOM/3 sVetht Quiet-neighborhood, :corner lot, 32000. Excellent Condition, Well A Sepia .
\y t CtlAN AND NEAT 3/1. good location, only 28600.' 25900. '
*ONLY $25.000) 3 BR, t bath mobile' home) with bullt-ons on 1 ocre. COUNTRY' LIVING r 2BR/1BA Frame A 3Br/lBA DMe Like
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HEIGHTS CHSA
7.", 'FOREST AS A PIN new: 3/2.roof, new:: fireplace.NEAT bathroom, close to Starke ,,* LAWTEY AREA 8.42 acre with 4 BR. 1 both home fencing fish pond; barn. New w/Palio A Carport, Large Workshop. Well A Septa Agree

ti'\ 'TWO STORY REDICORATEDt 1800 s.f. In Starke. 39000.' *ALTO LAKE ARIA 3 BR, 2 bath on 3 acre, ha bam assumable mortgage.. GOOD PLACE TO LIVE 3BRllBCl'nmc wPorcheli. A Septic., .

i'' : "REDUCED, CONVENIENT to Starke t school, 3/1 remodeled.; *IN TOWN 311,1 both CB $31,500. Large Lot., .
,. 'HANDYMAN SPECIAL Duplex In Starke. good location.' *TRAWBERIY AClU nice brick veneer home on ".85 are, fireplace, other OLE FASHIONED FRAME,- 4BR/1BA p,...,... Large uvta..D Iin.

"" '4/2 ON EDWARDS RO.t CHSA. up to 10 acre extra' Rooms Large Porches '
I'': .'1-STORY HOME on 4.64 acres CHSA. and more. *HWY. 22S Ai S acre with 3 BR, 1 bath stucco. HANDYMAN'S DREAM !I., Two-Story 3BR/2BA. Large Living

l// 'LOCATION LOCATION In Stork., custom home on 5 acres. *GOLf VIEWt Beautiful building lots Dining Area. w/Fireplace.' '
*HWY. 100) 3 BR, 1 bath brick veneer 3.acre. .
I.i LAKE LOTS BUILDING LOTS'ACREAGE *LAKE LOTi t acre, canal''Iot to build on. SELECTED PROPERTIES

( % '4 ACRES In city on Thomas Street 10000. *HWY, Ml S. with building 175' on highway, versatile use. ,"ACRES Braoker. Will Divide. Owner Financing Good T_.., .

'>!; 'JU ACRESt wooded, secluded on SR 23S. 19 ACRES Win Divide Into S. Aces: Parceb Pecan: aWeD A;
'' "I LOTS e.. Sampson Lake each $18.000. ,Septic Owner Financing. .

:fir' HOT ON CROSBY LAKE 75 It. on water;w/dock.: 10 ACRES Will Divide Into 5 'Act* Parole Pecan Chow Fish Pond, .

".14 ACRES In Graham owner financing..'f'.500., e Owner Financing
; ',74 ACRES In Graham owner financing 6000. Call one of our Professionally trained
3 ACRES Hwy. 16 W. Good Commercial: laude
{ S/D, 200x792 9000..
COUNTRY CBUgolfer
,' CRYSTAL. LAKE HOMESITESt 2 lets S8.8OO.. staff today at: 4.55 AC '. Zoned for Mobile H...... .

i i4 I' ., SAMPSON LAKE Deorfoot Trail, 100 ft. on water, $19.000.: 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section., {$ .

}c{' <<.P1NESONO S/Di 37 lots paved rood. $120.000, '' [ 9645069or LAKE GENEVA Large Lou 100 Feet of Lsie PIOftUoI"j.
30 priced from $3,000 acre. LARGE AREA OF LAND. .
J'COUNTIIY CUm AREA LOTS f p.20 acre to acre per Northern Seoica: of dry
+ '> Owner financing .. hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH .. Large Lot Good Business location.:: ,

q i ['MOMU. HOMI' LOTSt State Rd. 16 West, 15 lots for $34.000.' .-REALTOR EVENIN&S 5 ACRES Hwy 301 Near Barlason Beach.

tr Call U.About. ." --., ASSOCIATE l. .LAKE LOTS -. Cieeby A Sampson. Owner Financing. ,
ACREAGE Irene L Faulkner
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FOR SALE CARS TRUCKS' VANS NOTICE + PERSONAL '

WANTED FOR RENT

CONDO POR SALE Amelia Island.: Brand 1984 CHRYSLER LEBARON) 4 door, black CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub.
new condominiums en the ocean. take over payment, military must milled to the Lake Region Monitor office EXPERIENCED PSYCHIC READING and CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN furnished
guided 1972 OR NEWER AMC BODY Clean Inside Nicely
meditation
Watch turf from ..11. owe $3600. 964-8310. 4/7 3tchg positive to tok.con-
balcony. 2 BR, all
In and
ap writing paid In advance all electric central heat and
trol of life Call LIBRE Center and out, Call 496-2980. Itpd.414INSURANCE
pliance, 4/21 your
furnished/unfurnished. 10% .unles credit .
It already establishedwith 3771973. ,air, private paved road laundry and
down from 78900. Coral Sand, ((904) 198 GMC TRUCK 3 ton ready to put this office.MONITOR 4tchg 4/7-4/28 park playground. Near school, hasp, :
261.0610. Icon 88-148 together $430. Call. 473-7046. 4/7 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD state facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lake
190% FINANCING any tin or' shape 2tchg.414 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Butler:. Call 496-2366. Two children
steel building 1976 OLDS CUTLASS, n.w tires, good HOMES FOR RENT2BR MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. '..
complete turnkey lob.' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER' .0..., and no pet*. chg/tfn 5/21
All building. moot or exceed SBC. All transportation, $995, 9646499. Itchg THE! TELEPHONE. Main Street Lake Butlers, 4963978.Complete ,TWO BEDROOM MOBIL HOME IN
blueprint and anchor boat drawings'furnished. 4/14 Classified deadline It 11 00 a.m. prior 'A BASEMENT HOUSE 6N LAKE Insurance Service 4/10 tfn COUNTRY In Lake Butler area. $'75.
WHEWI '87 Electro r.lop'-Call Randy GENEVA $350 month $1001
1-800-444-1663. fcan 88.154 new to Thursday publication per plus I deposits. Call 431-1714, after S
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At low at Chlsm 2649535. Itchg 4/14 Minimum charge It 15 words for$3.50, deposit. 4731030. 2tpd 4/7.4/14 HELP WANTEDGOOD p.m. 4/7 2tchg. 4/14'
$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946, tfn FUN IN THE SUNI new Sunblrd converti-) then 15 cents for each word thereafter BRAND NEW PAINT B CARPET In, this TWO BEDROOM I BATH MOBILE HOME
,NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. bl. Call Randy Chi 1m, 264-9339 Itchg cozy 2BR 1BA home on Lake Geneva Part furnished 'near schools
Measures 24x36". 23 cent each. Croat 4/14 Stove and refrigerator furnished. Plus PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD clean./ Call 496-3260 If no, answer very,
for patching and repair TELEGRAPH 1979 T-BIRDt good condition $1200 or will laundry facilities. Deck facilities BENEFITS Come In and talk with ut. keep trying. tfn/chg 4/14
trade for smaller,, 9872, leave available. $300/mo. plus deposit.
135 W. Call St. 964-6309. 964- Lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd
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MOBILE HOME FOR RENT
SEAT Itchg 4/14 4732919. Itchg 4/14 Street Lake Butler 496-3601.
LIFT
CHAIRS, If your,. a medicare message tfn/chg
.recipient with a qualifying condition 1910 PLYMOUTH VOLARE 6 cylinder MUST SEE THIS IMMACULATE 2BR:, I/JI PERSONAL SERVICESWILL
call toll fro number for more Informa- $1600 or best offer. 9642036. 'Itchg 28R 16A kitchen equipped. Carpeted. 1'/i\ BA family room. Home located on EXPERIENCED PARTS SALES PERSON

tlon.' 1-800-449-4174. fcan 88-199 4/14 Laundry facilities Dock privileges. Lake Geneva Stove and refrigerator Automotive Part 5 Equipment Co.,679 DO BOOKEEPINO AND TYPING In ,
CIOARETTE the lowest price In town. 67 TOYOTA 4x4. SWB AC, 9 speed OO. 473-2919. 3/24-4/14 Also laundry and deck, facilities SE 6th Street. 496-2349. 3/31 Hnchg. my home. Coll Joan Feuston, ot '
The Tobacco Shop 134 E. Call St. "/7, black with sport stripes. chrome front MH 26R new A/C, fenced carport, utility available ,1379/moi. plus deposit; OPERATORS WANTED Several petition, 496-2741, for further informofion,4/14' I'll "
2tpd 4/14 and rear bumpers;cloth seat, carpel, tcreened porch convenient to 4732919. Itchg 4/14 available a* sewing machine, 3t chg.28
RAILROAD TIES $9.90 each. You pick up gray Interior, bedllner. Lists for Keystone schools Sun,I.. Trailer Park, FURNISHED APARTMENT We have two operators We offer great benefit, and NEED WELDING Contact Bill Feu,ton In, '
or I will deliver at an extra chargo. Call $14,100 new now $10.000. 17,000 388-6109.Itpd, 4/14 lovely studio apartment available on production, papy. Experience helpfulbyt Worthington Spring at 496-2741 4/14 '
964-4480 aft. 6 p.m. 3/24 TF mil... 964-5812, TFce Lake Geneva. Laundry and deck not required.: Apply In person at ;3tchg. 4/28: ,
ALL STEEL CLEAR SPAN BUILDING CHEVY V4 TON 4x4 PARTS) front and MISCELLANEOUSPACK facilities available. 57751 mo. plu.d.po.lt. .. Lake Butler Apparel Co.. 650 SE 2nd

SALEII! 30x40x10 $4990; 40x90x10 rear axles, frontiers' transmissions, 473.2919. Itchg .4/14 Street Lake Butler, 4963601. 4/14 MOBILE HOMES
$6390;' 40x60x10 $7490; 90x100x12 w tc. 964-5812. TFce RAT Buy, tell and trade collect!, :2tchg! 421.HUMAN .
$12990.: 60x100x12 $14.990: 60x100x14 1978 CORVETTE 4 sped T-top, chrom bl. Items and antiques Used furniture, ACREAGE'BEAUTIFUL SERVICES COUNSELOR The FOR SALE
$19,990. MINI WAREHOUSES F.O. B. magi 350 engine, AM/FM digital glassware, jewelry and much more. Reception and Medical Center I* taking

factory/ other .Iz... 1-800-432-7497.. cassette stereo Upholstery and carpet Come see for yourself On. mile east WOODED LOT ON EMERY application for this position In the RENT TO OWN Low .
fcan 88-196 new all in apple red. Original mile of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. LANE 473-9236. 1/14 tfnchg. Substance Abuse Program, $8.70 per Financed. Sid'down'poym.nt.Owner
WHITE POODLE 7 month ,old female 76078. Appraised at $10,000 asking .'3-2183.3/5tfnchg. MELROSE OVERLOOKING' LAKE WIN. hour, no benefit, this I II not Career Pork s Mobile Home
496-3719. Itpd 4/14.
17.000.431.1568. Itchg 4/14 Service. Require Bachelor degreewith .
9646499. Itchg 4/14 NOTT II acres 170 pecan trees,
SPORTY LUXURIOUS new 87 Pontiac 1979 FORD F-1SO XLT with topper red HOMES FOR SALE $3,500/acre. Owner ,will finance. 2 year experience or Masters
6000 S T E, Phone. Randy Chum V8 351 engine, AT PSB AC. 904-283-1408. 4tchg 3/24-4/14 degree with ,t year In mental health WORK WANTED

264.9535. Itchg 4/14 AM/FM/ttereo carpet like new. GENEVA LAKE ESTATES by owner:38R, LAND IN MELROSE 2 acre of pine and counseling guidance, social work
BIG DISCOUNT! new '87 Buick Park Original mllet 82020. One owner. 2BA custom built oak. Fenced. Deep Well Septic tank, health or rehabilitative services. Apply'
extras $72,000 HOUSE
Avenue. Call Randy Chlsm 264-9939. 14.000.431.1568. Itchg 4/14 475.3353. Anytime 414428ALL 'power pole, utility shed on slob pump in p.rsont' or,coll ((904)496-222) fan information PAINTING In'.rlor'and exterior,
1912 AMC CONCORD, runt good bodyIn ; Equal 'OpportunityEmployer. Reasonable rates. Have references.
Itchg 4114LOOKING BRICK HOME Clover house privacy with lake accale to sprf
on lane, 2,000 Quality work. Call for free ,
good thape. $1100. 964.5872. Itchg Itehg.14 estimates
GOOD I 89 Cadillac Clm- ft.3 Ing f.d Ashley Lake 115.000.2 wood
bedroom 3 .
sq. both plus 2 car :496 3587. 4/14 9/9.
4/14 EASY WORK) Excellent Payl I Assembleproduct 4tpd
maron. Call Randy Chltm,_ 24-93)5.. "' garage 16X32 pool walk to school ,ed acres adjoining above lot 10500. .
""" at home. Call for information. .
!Itchg 414HORSRt Call 475.3426 evenings. 4tchg 4/7-4/28
asking $89,500. call 473-4400.
2tpd .
Gelding; 14 hands greatdltpotition REAL ESTATE 4/7-4/14 BUY GEORGE'S LAKE WHERE LIFE IS EASY 1(504)641( ) 8003. .xt. A.8..01.1tpd. 4/14 FOR SALE '

perfect for woman or OUT OF AREA AND THE FISHING GREAT I 2 lots with GOVERNMENT JOBS $ 5.00 $72.500: I",1 i ---ii.i.--.j---- t.-r' -----r-.H __ _
child. Cogglnt tested. Call( 964-8373. water access. For a weekend home. now hiring excellent benefit. Call
FOR SALE Ext. J.8401. 4/14 STORAGE HOUSES Need extra
4/14 1(50")649-7927.( ) Itpd. storage
2tpd 4/21 $8.700 for both Century .21 Legare
Wooded EARN J7.7S HOUR We need assistance space? We have 9x10 and 10x10 mini,
OCALA
FARM NATIONAL fOREST .
EQUIPMENTI, fertlllier/tlme Realty 272.5755. Itchg 414HELP ,
;*84 SUZUKI FASO low $250. evaluating and responding to daily warehouse Hale and Associates4963939.tfnchrg
tpreader; 3 tractors for tale-Motley ,lots, river access, $9490 Each No i mileage
Call 473 4346. Itpd 4/14 work report submitted by our agents 1/7
down. $63.41 monthly. Owner
Ferguson 269 Oliver 70. 400 Ca. money
FORD 4000 TRACTOR 7fl bush and WANTED throughout the state. No experience STRAWBERRIES U. pick-we pick-open .
Metal cattle body for 2 ton truck and 1-236-4979 or 1-622-2438: 1/7TF hog ,
trailer $' .000, 473-7656 after 7 ; paid tp complete training. Monday-Sunday 8 a.m Directlons-tak
wooden cattle body for 1 ton truck. Call BEAUTIFUL LOT IN MAGGIE VALLEY ,p.m necessary
"' WOOD SPLITTERS WANTED ,for 121 south thru Lacrosse N. .
4tchg 4/14 5/5 Work at home. For Information send to W. 22 to
tide
N C. overlooks volley South' of
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or write F.E. Grainger Rt. 1, Box 337. '
Hawthorne, Flo. 904-946-3681 mountain. Coll Buzzy Costello established firm; Good wages. In. self.addresses,, stamped envelope, 9' sign on right hand side of road Bring
32640 473-2566. 4/14 4/28 dependant 'work% Need saw; Immediate 1/2 Inches long to< AWGA Dept. E.Box' containers., Rogers Farm and Nursery.Call .'
from 2tchg
9-9 p.m. Itchg-4/14 employment Call t.472.4324.4tchg for Information 462-1774 '
Ga 'or
CONDOGatlin 49204,Atlontq, 30359. lfpd. .
TWO FORMAL DRESSES dark blue size 5 SMOKEY MOUNTAIN -> YARD SALES 'Vl .
331.421EXPERIENCED .62.2..06.3/31
3tpd 4/14
and burg.! Luxurious; two bedrooms,' two. '" 4/14
Mauve size 8 with lack.t. 964.6694 "
wlth.lollow. APPLIANCES 'Fr..r
HAIRSTYLIST
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after 6 Itpd 4/14 bath, kitchen fireplace, pool more, YARD SALE Skid- Refrigerator ;':
p.m. HIRIdge Corner of ;
Washer Stove
ing ,* for future employment' with' a call, 196.2090.,4/14
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FURNITURE 4 DIAMOND WEDDING RING For brochure and rates contact Frank more and Bowdoin Sat.. ,April 16.. 9 '
future,!, In Keystone area '''473-4007 LAND FOR SALE 2tchg4/21.
SET call Margaret 473-0214. Itpd 4/14 >McDonald. '7132 Regency Rd.,, Krto-- a.m. Itpd 4/14 ; ,Ask for Ed. 4tpd,4/7-4/28 .; I., .. i* 19 x 4- ABOVE GROUND POOi, $200.
LUMBER) No. 2 or better bargain pries; ville, Tn., 37931 ((615),) 947-6990, Icon"' YARD SALE Gas stove and oven, built.. v Clothes dryer,' I $100, Call 496-2980.,
2x6x10 treated pine S3 49; V* ,Inch. 88-152' in. Yard furniture;' new twin quilted .PART-TIME POSITION. )' :20.30 hours, 1-3-5 ACRE PARCELS ',160 'acre form,' Itpd 4/14 .
CDX, 4 ply plywood. $8.30: free 'SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 40 acre*. 16 bedspreads, ladies dresses, miniskirts *' secretary/clerical in Keystone Hts.. would make nice horse farm, low "
delivery.. supply all sizes pine and open pecan tree, homesite, creek; boys cloth., misc. Items:plants Some office experience n..dad.S.nd, down payment owner financed. Ap >
treated pine. Open 8:30-9 p.m.' Mon. balance wooded. Paved road. VIEW, Indoor and outdoor. C-18 to Crystal resume to P.O. Box 920 Keystone Hts., pro*. 1/2 'acre, paved road with' 2 CARS/TRUCKS
Fri, 9.12 Saturday. Stephen Smith' $22,500. UNITED NATIONAL Barren Lake.'"4732341 Friday and Saturday. Flo. 32656. 4/7 2tchg 4/14 b.droomnobil. home on SRI8. Hale

Lumber Co., 7 miles South of Starke on Strother, Brok.r, P.O. Box 735 Troy, Itpd ..4114GARAGE r and Associates, ,496-3939. tfn/chg.
Hwy 301, 4682624. Itchg 4/14 Alabama 36081. 205-366-1870 12/31 ,1,8* THUNDERBIRD AM/FM cassette, tilt
205-735-2442. fcon 88-149 SERVICESPRESSURE 171 ACRES In' Union County. County wheel cruise control power windows,
'STEEL BUILDINGS 40x79x12 3.43 ft;, SALE) Friday and Saturday. 9 Road 237. Call 431-1693., or 4311460. seats, door locks computer'controlledlights
40x100x14 $3.39 ft.: 50x100x16 $3.32ft. MISCELLANEOUSUNSECURED a.m. til. Oreo Street Itchg 4/14 ,I Itchg. 4/'11 26 MPG. $8.500. Call, Terri! at
.;, 60x100x14 $3.05 ftr: 70x100x14 WASHING Houses, mobile ,496-3939, days and "496-3607 after 6.
$2.90 ft.; 100x100x12 $2.76 ft. Allied i LOANS) from $500 up to homes, pools, decks sidewalks! Free p.m. i Ifchg ./14
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE '
estimates Call Rob' 473 3590. 3/5
Steel', 1-800.635-4141. 3/31 -
h 4tpd
4/21 100000. No collateral no co-signers l> '
I I | II I II I rtMO '.
TAPPAN MICROWAVE with auto temp Also, and Mastercard to tfnchg
get Vsa( up CASH NEEDED We take trades pala ,.LA.WN..MOWING .,...Twrvming. edging.Coil .
':"Wbbe, browning unit. $100. 782-3314. and' -
of credit
$20.000 line credit.Bod( '
t fttchg, 414GARDEN ,lor or not? Let uio arrange your credit..t.. The lown Barber 473-3590 free
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welcome.: Call Mr.
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PLANTS tomato pepper eggplant Grime bankruptcies at 212.603.0007 ANYTIME. Icon Uncle Roy's Hwy .441 N., Ocala. Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg WANTEDLeague I : [ Bowlers
and onion several varieties 88-151 l'35t-8S14 4tchg 4/7 4/28 ,CARPENTRY, ADDITIONS REMODELING
Can mix 25 for $1. 7823928 or HOMES OF MERIT 28X56, 3/2. $2/5/mo- DECKS. no lob to big 'or small.
9648503.14 Call 1.629.8906. 4tchg 4/7-4/28 Reasonable rotes.,Quality work. Call
4/21
2tpd Starke 1 Lanes 964-8175:
TAKEOVER 5 ACHES) $49 monthly. Great LAND FOR SALELOT PUBLIC NOTICE Down payment problem anytime. 473-9096. ask for Jim. tfnchg'
but good credit? Free credit 3/24
hunting tithing area. No down norestrictions.
check by phone. Uncle Roy's, WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Mon. Fri.,
Owner financing. IN CITY 6000. App.. for modular
13518514. 4tcha 4/7-4/28 prefer Infants and toddler,473.9070,
613-433-9498.. Itpd 4/14 home. Call 964-5764, after 5, call
964-5251.3/07 tfn 2tchg 4/14-4/21 NOW LEASING

HOMESFOR NO DOWN PAYMENT, 2.5 to 50 ocr... HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs., odd!*
several locations, from l,100/acre.. 30 ,tlon or complete building. 30 years' Forest Park
SALE ACRES with 1/4 mile on Rd. 229: coun- experience serving Bradford and Clay Apartments ,
grad., 67000. EZ terms. 8.8 ACRES Counties. .
ty :473 4018 5/28 tfn
with mobile home and barn. $35,500 or FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? An apartment complex designed for moderate
B'/t %. ASSUMABLE on $12.000) BR. 2 $30,000 without MH. 10 ACRES Country House out of level7? LaRue leveling income families. No rental assistance available :4 it '
ba, brick veneer home with fireplaceand a S .
Club area prime for subdividing service for all your foundation repairs, Attractive B
garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home.Reduced .1. ,t&2 BR/1 Apts., range refrigerator
$48.700.4.73 ACRES with 2,600 .73-7771.119 tfnchg
to $59.500. United Realty of brick home on paved road North of EXPERT PAINTING! home repair han carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry. Free
Stark., 964-8447 or 473-3627. 11/12 TF
THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath house with car. .lawtey $87.000. RALPH BRYAN REAL. dyman services. Coll Mitch. 473-3940, water, sewer & garbage. Rent $185 $220
TY. ''''-1171. 3/3TF 3/24TF V '
of land. Some furniture : minimum
4
port on acre ,
35
HOUSE 8. APPROXIMATELY ACRES
For
Included. 2201 Hollow Drive, information/application:
Sleepy for sole, 20 acres with' trailer, 5 acre
Stork 964-6493. ask for CII. 3/10 TF Forest Park Apartments 775 NE.1st Street
with 2 trailer Appro, 2 acres on '
EAGLE NEST HOMES) kit form or turn key. lake. Call or write F.E. Grainger Rt. 1. ((904)496-3439) E.H.O.
Wautau modular homes. John Curl., L
Box 337 Hawthorne; Fl. 32640. Coll
United Realty. 964-8447, 3/17 TF .
GOVT SEIZED HOMES $1.00 (U Repair), 546-3681 from 9-9 p m. Itchg 4/14 r. >t'll1: a j' ,. !ffti mo P< -lir y

Buy R.po properties listing for 1.918-439-3346.bock' taxes! Info.xt;.; COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE "It< f rr. fll'i it, 1:1': onty r'llt' | "iroph LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS ,

H-3377, 24 hourt. 4/7 3tpd 4/21 Union!! t < n-irity firm # Lok, <:;- Region Monitor '
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath home on large Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all.

shady lot, CHA:' 964.7963. 4/14 2tchg electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all' have
Let make ad work for We will assist in
us
4/21 I : ; your you. gladly you
FOR LEASE! 2,000 sq. ft., 301 South, and
wall-to wall kitchen On-
acres from new KO /Walmart. designing what you like. We win show proof when requested. We willalso carpeting draperies appliances

VACATION RESORTS OR 964-8848, 964-8447, or eves,,473-3627. try to place your ad on the page you desire, however, we cannot site laundry facilities.. Rental assistance, available for qualified

4/16 tfnchg guarantee position to anyone: applicants:, "
RENTALS .
For and Information
If we make a error In your ad. we will give credit for I no space:: the application

COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Doily, tfa RBS error occupied ? not for the entire ad.We will not be responsible for Ple>ate) ... u* at @'

weekly, monthly' rate. Also mobile I --1 errors appearing In advertising/ taken over the phone.Let 1005 SW 6th Street

home park spaces for rent and homes FOR SALE I us assist you In your advertlslng..Call 964-6305,473 or Lake Butler, FL 32054 ....sw..ry.

for sale. MTVIEW RESORT U.S. 64E .1.1I 4962261. .,_ ''CrCaIl496-3141 os.erwwr .
Highland Rd., Franklin, N.C, ((704)) J METAL STORE ,
924-4609. 6/11 tfnchgANIMALS ; I ,


FOR SALE&PETS """V I( FIXTURES'AND I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop In This ''Dog-


''SHOWCASES'' IBJ Insurance Collision Work frea Estimates
World. .
TWO APPALOOSA FILLIES I Appaloosa Eat-Dog ..
Toro wheel mower. Coll
mare one : ,
CR 229 NW 28th St. Stark 964-6133
Krl*. 9646924. TFmf !Good for Most Retail

Business orJewelryWatch I ... i?. .
..R. V. DURRANCE I I 'Io ', .'
j Cases FITTIIIJJIIIIJIIEH Ntw Home Windows
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.Room Addldae '. Painting .1

PUMP SUPPLY, I I -USED E-XPERTADVICE .Carport* .Nw Roof SjattouPool ;t I

OFFICE. (ON-ALL Og OJFQ ,.Oil Brick er '. Eactoeurs I .

-Well I DESKS BUILDING Work .Vinyl Siding '
DrillingRotary NEEDS '

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2" to 6" 9646766HOMES I 1t's Niceto.,

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Pumps BEAUTIFUL, :,,,, I
.TYPEWRITERS of North Florida 1 8 I L '. .

r All, size -CoPYMACHINES'. Comer Lafayette & Hwy. 301. Siarke > =u+ss' ulr' 9 9 Be, able to rent a clean room,

6 St. Llc.# RR0052877 with air conditioning. for a
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i t Everything To II EHxson Wood Products Inc. I By ',the Week or Month


VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor I! Set Up A Store I j Cypress Mulch. and Pine Bark. I 37 50

Your Plumbing Parts From per week
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YARD SALES HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
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FRIDAY, t 1 SATURDAY< 93. Cioth.v:! odd APPSTITI CONTROL PATCH "$15' MALEFEMALIJox
.S ends. ,Console TV Orono.wood per1',each on* sold. UNLIMITED earn EARN' Distributer needs full tI Lt. Deborah Parmenter completed basic training at ft. DU,
.Apt. No. 703. Hpd 4/14 ING POTENTIAL CALL, NOW!' for light ,.
((813)) Completes Officers N.J.During
SATURDAY Apr: 16, ',.;2' p."m.. 'muHir;, 4842669. Icon 88.j SO Sterke/Golnesyllle./ Must the training Students
fomlly, 1013 E. Cqll St.. Stork.. HpdSAYLESS LIVE-IN HELP WANTED 'IN JACKSON. motivated with good driver Course received instruction in drill and

'4114 VILLEi, Light housekeeping. salary In Benefits Include Second ceremonies, weapons, map reading,:
Lt. 'Parmenter
Deborah
rllGHWAYt; 1 mil. from Rd. 100.'Sot. ( 'Westsld, area. Call 17833812. TFm| Salary plus Comnt. tactics, military, courtesy, military,
daughter of ,Vernon and Linda
and Sun. Itpd */14 WATKINS DEALERS Peld Insuranc Justice first aid and
WANTED to sell Army history
PORCH SALE Fri A Sat., twin b.d >..., famous product full or part-time. Be; Co. Vehicle Parmenter ''of Hampton; has and traditions. ", ,

',Chest, tab). and hairy, lln.n., tot ofbargain. your own boss, Call 782-3068 Lawtey Flexible Hour graduated from the satellite opera His wife, Marcia' .Is the daughter
.. 557 N. Walnut St. Hpd 4/14 3/24 4tpd 4/14 Call Ed Keern1SOOM49143. tions officers course at Lowry Air of Freddie L. and Mary Ella Witter-
THURSDAY, ONLY) 8-5 p,m, CSC Mini'{ X-RAY TECH part-time position Force Base, Colo. of
Storage, Unit, 1.; rain"" 'or thin, gun, available, emergency/on coll. ARRT ,Mon'''' '-5 p..... During the five-week' course, officers son a 1983 Bayless graduate Highway.of BHS.PO .Culversonis
CB, much more, Itpd 4/14. Florida license required. Apply to lake are provided instruction in the'
SATURDAY APR. 16. 9 a."'. til' on Griffi Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center, TRACTOR TRAILER DRIVER 1r ,command and Control aspects of the
loop across second RR crossing,,' third SR 121 100. lake Butler Fla. 25 yrs. of age or older, Valid Dept. of Defense's space program.
horn on Ml Clothes, stove, rollingmachine 904-496-2323 EOE. 3/31 3tchg 4/14 license. Apply In person Included in the satellite mission curriculum -, Ben
Industries, Inc., 221, McKlnney
furniture ,
Hwy
much more Itpd COUNTER a DELIVERY HELP wanted litVito' are orbital
mechanics com
4/14 Pizza. Itchg 4/14 Fla. Apply 9 a.m.-S p.m. mand and control organization and Now Navy Recruiter'
SATURDAY ..1.! P.M.i Edwards Rd. 2 ,CULLIGAN WATER
CARPET LAYERS HELPER '
: "little experience NO FLA. has satellite support systems. Navy Petty Officer let Class Benjamin
mile from, 301. Clothe for t..n., required. No tools openings in
adults'.and children( Haiti InteriorssjIK but need own necessary Call female, far salts' oriented 1981; Parmenter graduated J. McKinney, son of Clinton
/ flowers, household goods, ''coffee Carlton Williams 7B2-3836 transportation.after 5 you're seeking o lifetime from Bradford High School in and Janet McKinney of Lake ..'
and end tables, large utility trailer and 4/7 2tchg 4/14 ; p.m. sales and management and Starke She is a 1986 graduate of the Geneva recently reported for dutyat

delivery truck (lift gate, 964.6888, 'Itpd ,PUBLIC ASSISTANT SPECIALIST I: The Involved with today's most University of Fla in Gainesville Navy Recruiting District In
4/14. Dept. of Health a Rehabilitative" Services product.quality water will be Jacksonville.A .
MOVING..GARAGE SALE: rain"'or shine. Is accepting applications for Wf OFFER Allen Pvt 1972 graduate of Robert E.: Lee
32526. 9-3 Garden ,tools, *Complete Training 11 a.m. Kenneth Paul High School Jacksonville
p.m. Public Assistant' Specialist i to work In he join
'household. Items, stereo' Kimball' the food 'stamp program. Minimum Salary plus ..' is a Completes Basic ed the Navy in Sept., 1972. .
*Advancement
organ Country Club, NE 14th/ St. qualifications; 60 semester hours or 90quarl.r has
'964.752S..Itpd. 324HELP hours of college, Starting Unlimited Income to Army Reserve Private Kenneth H.
salary ,Id $526.04 biweekly Please No travel requiredYOU tlons as Paul, son of Viola M. and Rodney C.

WANTEDELECTROLUX Send o Slate of Florida application to: OFFER and the' Paul of Keystone Heights, has completed '
..'., I... HRS Personnel 1000 N.E. 16th Ave., *An Intense Desireto of basic training at Ft. Jackson' Pfc. Ryon Shaw
( W 1 earn and learn
Building J, Gainesville FI, 32609. !HRS No. S.C.During Completes TrainingMarine
A Positive Attitude
NOW HIRING* Positions Is''on EOE/AA/Veterons preference' ; the' training, students
available In''management sales and Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 Integrity hear received instruction in drill and Pfc. Ryon N. Shaw, son of

service' Full ,and part-time, 371.781! FOOD SERVICE full and port-time cook, hours I[*of CommitmentTwo time could and ceremonies weapons, map reading: William Shaw of Waldo recently
.'EOE 3,'31 5/5 tactics completed Basic engineer Equipment -
6tchg cleaning waitress position available. life. Give military courtesy, military
THE CITY OF LAWTEY will be''taking application Coll for appointment, 533.2050, Camp, Thursday yourself 21 an 2 justice, first aid, and Army /history Operators Course.
far a'' Class;: Operator, Blanding. 4/14 4tchg 5/S Apr ;at p.m. or : and traditions. During the course' conducted at
SHARP '
at Inn
.please bring or send your resume fo: HAIRSTYLIST. with good personality wonting First Street Holiday Itchg 4/14 ., ?aUl's grandmother) Wmina L. Marine Corps Base in Camp Le-
City of lawtsy PO. Drawer G, to rent chair from salon under Jeune N.C. Shaw received
', a a GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,40CHo Nidaught, lives in Palatka. He is a Instruction
lawl'v.'FI..32058.: 3/31 4tchg 4/21 new ownership 964.6777. in
Cllnentele Now Hiring excellent 1986 graduate of Keystone Heights engineer equipment operation -
TRUCK DRIVERS Poole Truck Line offers preferred. Itchg 4/14 504-649-7922. ext. J9579. High School. maintenance management,
$:23 per mile to start *o OTR drivers/ MALE TECHNICIAN NEEDED' Florida 4/21 Dell engineer organization decontamination -
with one year of verifiable, employ License 964-4645 Itchg 4/14 of
PARTS PERSON: apply In heavy equipment,
"'.1'11' with on. ,employer. Yearly increases HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED: experience Automotive Parts Pvt. Vincent Culverson night operations, equipment
< ,and excellentbenefits) preferred Busy shop. Fla. license. the
Butler. 4962345. 414HOTEL recovery, special/ tools and
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package. Driver' with less than oneyear 961.4645ltchg 4/14 Completes Basic ;
MANAGER: Live-in camouflage. .
'' oxpenence may apply as a PooleDriver MAKEUP ARTIST.' NEEDED:( experience available Perfect for older Lake Army National 'Guard Private A 1987 graduate of Santa Fe High
Trainee or for the Poole Driver' preferred 9644645. Itchg 4/14 of
Training SthooL'Apply In person Poole AVON REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED full retired couple For more War t. Vincent Culverson, son of Roger and. School in Alachua, Shaw joined the
time apply in person Bradford Bobby Jean Culverson of StarKe,has Marine Corps in August 1987.,
True;If tihe 2241 Detroit Blvd Pert or ,parMlme.' Unlimited oppor ago
8-10 M-F, 135 W, Coll St.
sacolo, Fla ,((904)) 477.6481. .tunities. For more Information call TF, a.m. Calif.;
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L.800.225.5000.. EOE. icon 88.159 _Romano; 782.3068.4/14 Stchg 4/28 -
DRIVERS NEEDED: Must, have chauffeur* SUPERVISOR WANTED for training sew. Lee.
license.and do .form' work 'when not Ing machine operators: Pleasant workIng -;
Springtime Means
driving'Apply at Florida Blueberries. conditions) paid holidays, paid .
/InnCR 147K, Waldo,,. TRAIN Bird I
:; \" 4/7 Ztpd /14 vacations Excellent opportunity for Migration,
R.N./I.P.N H RN specialist needed for enthusiastic' Individual ,; Salary TOBEAPROFESSIONAL ,
evening and night shifts in the Medical' negotiable. Apply In person at Vogue' An urumown poet once ceieoraiea
and Adult Psychiatric Units. Requires 3 .Manufacturing S. Wal.rSI.j"SR100E. ,,: ,. and Farm Insurance the season by writing this,
-r '"years RN experience, 1 sof which In Starke, Fla Itchg 4/14 SECRETARY 'lighthearted verse: "Spring has
freld salary range 510.7.13,67 hourly ,,SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS needed .S ./ BEAm', 'sprung, the grass has rIz, I wonder
depending on experience, lPN' needed for clothing' manufacturer. W* train, .EXEC. MANAGER where the birdies is." '

for "all' hifts; no experience. ,Positions Include 7 paid holidays, paid : Farm, Life Health To satisfy that would-be
necessary;, must be ,licensed, One vocations* opportunity for advancement ilorf locally lull time/part Longfellow's curiosity... soon they'U
Graduate, Nurse, position''available. and pleasant working conditions. |Learn word; processing be winging their way through
Contact Merrlet, Higgins. Northeast Apply In person at Vogue Manufacturing |related/ secretarial .10.11I. Florida on their annual northward
'FlorIda State Hospital. ,904,259-6211., 710 S. Water St.,, SR 100E. Storks Study and R.tl
ext 115. 4/7 41c"l1 4/28 Itchg 4/14. h.odquort.r.. L.H.P.j Fl. 2270 N..Tempi Avenue Jim Cox biologist with the Florida
GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING;, Commercial ,PUBLIC ASSISTANT'SPECIALIST' II:, The e FINANCIAL AID ; Game and Fresh Water Fish Copsmission -
Transport needs owner/operators), 'Dept. of Health ft Rehabilitative Services /A Slark., Ft 32091
e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE .. said that as the days grow
'If you "need training we will train you! \,Is: accepting application I for *JOe HACEHENT $ ) ,.. ((904)564) =639 longer,migratory birds feel the urge
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I, You wilt operate your own tractor If Public Assistant :Specialist II to work ?
I you don't have on. Commercial with the welfare program. Minimum* 1-800-432-3004. : **? 1 I. to homes Tetw'iqheJr further-north spring and summer,
Transport offers a purchase program qualifications area B.S. Degree or BA. THE HART$CHOO( A to mate.-r ,
that, we think .1')i one of the best In the, Degree, Starting salary Is 585.74 bl. -- The first wave of birds begins
:industry. If you are 21 or over and think weekly Pleas send a Stole of Fla. application sr sri passing through Flonda In mid-
quality call for complete ,, March Cox said. '"The height of
you may a to HRS Personnel 1000 N.E. Y A'\" 'Y "> '
formation package. Call weekdays Toll 16th Ave., Building J, Gainesville. Fl. ; % ; .;.Y..:.'if:';y' rd y..<,,'!':y'.>s,!. /5o..s, (>, ,"'t'33, ;;"'.>i;....;.+.., t migration occurs in mid to late April
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; ;: ;f "" "?-'.:,, '40 f >> ; and off "
Free T-800-348-2147, ask for Operator97.Commercial' 32609 HRS Is on EOE/AA/Veterans ; ; / ",\o -' r k ,, <,' t ;.'''} Y" :? ":.?{Mh-+ tapers by mid-May.
,', Transport a divisionof Preference Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 :<" "'!/"\ Their Journeys originate from
northAmerican Van Lines a NorfolkSouthern GET PAID FOR READING BOOKS I $100 \ f' III d:');' ,,><. their winter homes in Central and
i' Corporation subsidiary.fcon) per title. Writ: PASE-D111 161 S. Lincolnwoy t'M: 'S_Sffi 2,9MF; : ,/,1-; .' South America and the West Indies.

,1 88-155 N. Aurora, .II. 60542. '4/14 ; :: ,,' ,. <',.,u .:..;., ,".,."... ../ .. ., ..,1.\.. ..x. Some set up housekeeping In
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NEED *9 OVERWEIGHT SALES PEOPLE ,4tpd 55OPERATORS >'> 'x ? '" o;: Florida;'' others move on to points
\ Lost up to 29 lb. this month, INCHES, t'n : ; ; "i"lVll r"A:s? > f)., i>> i'.f.
north. Their travels are
; ,, < accomplished
: : ; :: f \, ,1f r.I.'I /' >+ > } : f.'j<
c.liuliteDr., r.comm.ndedllncredlbl., WANTED Several positionsavailable Train to : ; : ; '' ;;!;';;J'l;;:Z J:; with impressive speed.
FAT absorber Free shipping. Call. as sewing machine be a rr. ,y..o, <.t't..p: "if the weather/ good, a bird
I Susan,'7136925463. icon 88-144 operators. We offer great benefits and TRAVEL ; : 0'J 'H'. (;; : .r. leaving the Yucatan Peninsula
,I': LOSERS WANTED: lose up to 29 pounds' production pay. Experience helpful but : : 1"" f' ,this month, Inches, cellulite. Dr. not required. Apply In person at Lake TOUR GUIDE 2< ;'+d .":./ Gulf of Mexico and reach the west
,; recommended I lye lost 50 pounds.: Incredible Butler Apparel Co., 650 SE 2nd Street, 'oI.P', <; "
AIRLINE : f<:t. coast of Florida by mghtfall, Cox
fat
:. absorber. Sales representatives Lake Butler, 496-3601.4/14 2tchg 4/21 ; ; .'}\
needed. 3012387346. icon :'" said.Once '
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'88-145 "'r"\\ they reach their destinations -

Start beady time/parj-tim: ; ; birds begin their annual ritualof
on live airline ;: }':j
REAL,. ESTATE SALESPERSON'S PRE-UCENSING COURSES stud:/ and resident/computers.training.. \ "''4.J't:.::; concert is to attract mates
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"I", WEEKEND CLASS STARTS APRIL 23, 1988 Financial aid/ available:Job : L 7,"''' -7v and establish territories.destinations'and
f1,6Nj Speaking of territories -
EIGHT
WEEKS FULL PRICE $150.00
J placement assistance. :\ ; ,t',1>+.t.xl.. .Cox said it is not unusual for
i OTHER CLASSES AVAILABLE; CALL FOR TIMES AND'DATES,; headquarter; Lighthouse | : : "" f.H0: ; some birds to return to within 100

CHRISTIE'S SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE A.C.T. TRAVEL : : .." .T ;', ,\ ,yards of where they bred the year
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P.O. BOX,15046GAINESVILLE 1400-432-3004 0>>," h; !"1.} ,before.
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FLORIDA 32604 .. ... ''!> '#" ,?< "Purple martins are noted for
'*' to the
: 'i "j '< ;" returning same gourds or birdhouses -
,: (904)) 373-6636 RES. 3776033FLORIDA' \t ,'\'O>:&; where they nested previously -
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'-' : : \. \4 :;ff; :; able to find their way to the same

0",;"""hI locations each year is the subject of
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TIMES UNION : scientific study
H EALTH '''''';",' ;<- "We think it has to be due to a
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factors
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Has for carrier the
In
an opening a newspaper How much do you know { ; ; ; "" "It's possible that they use large

'l' [Starke area.: ., Must have dependable transportation ,various children's ; i.r x. 'geographical features such as '
\terns? Tel-Med has the i. rivers or mountains as reference
.home phone and be able to post cash bond. if'- '
$' on these and many more I, points. They also may navigate by
;,t Call or: corps 'by. Starke' branch, '1605, ""Temple; topics. Call Tel-Med at 1*4-4 : /1 the stars. One of the latest theories

(HA; Ave., ,,964-5165., between 9 a.m..; and 3 pm, ; by 17S-OO07 number and ask for thet ; suggests traveling tow-frequency hundreds of sound miles waves may

3 Con medicines In the it/4/ guide them.. For example, some
P
V poison your child? ( birds in the central plains can hear

'/''..".' 10 Poisons In the home : ocean. waves washing ashore."
,73 Earache : According to Cox,. spring is a
l> 225 Croup perfect time to pick up a new hobby rblrdwatching. ;
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& FOR SALE ."Jf you don't get booked on it in the'
11 :. __' I spring, you'll never' get hooked,'.

K ., Fill(Dirt. 'Top SoilLarge'or -_ Cox breeding said.:plumage"B rds are and in their are easier colorful to ,

::1;'"* i Small 'Identify. Also, you can see a wide
Loads
of Limerock variety of bird species during spring
WANNA "
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,Tractor Work =; Backhoe-Bulldozer. Cox said a birdwatcher can spot

If' 964-6182; A KILLIN7 between 100 and 150 species on a''
964-5823 9646095LaZBoy good day.The best places to observe
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migrating birds are coastal areas
i '. bordered
offer a fast-moving by deciduous forests.'
I:' water'_
.. long flight over water the
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'$"1'" STEVE buying or selling ,- the birds are tired and ready to rest

I t '. awhile before moving on," Cox said.
,j'. 1987 'FORD for knowing when to "I've .northbound birds literally
'In :( drop on the shore from exhaustion
for
sell
FromDENMARK to Move
rf' 1 ,_ : ", after flying against a southboundcold
AT PS PB .
r.,. front.7 .
It's also easy to observe migrating
.u ,and resident birds in your own back

."' $9995 yard.Bird .
".//i', ,,' feeders. and water will attract -'
i'1: them" Cox Mid, 'but they
'I: ORIAN WELLS really like to eat something besides
<: La-Z-Boy '
birdseed at this time of the year. The
i.Jj: ''I'' CHEVY OLDS found
/';;. .1 inaecu ana grubs around
'" \:1"! 434 W. Call Strttt 411 W. Malissn Street HWY 3O1 North native-'bushes and trees are /'
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Woman Charged Theft;, rested April 10 after he was teen taking Recent Arrests Thrift Baugess refused to take the Caching tag to unassigned vehicle, for disorderly conduct, according\: to
a six-pack of Cote from WInD breathalyzer, he was released aftera according to Patrolman McClain. Lt. John Hodges. Bond was set at
Also Charged Assault Dixie, putting in a (book bag and taking In Bradford County $624.50 surety bond was posted, He was released after a $418.23 surety $52.50, she was released on her own

a-year-old Starke woman arrested it to a local motel, according to ''The following arrests were madein Stephan Plnley Little, $6, of Lake bond was posted.Additional .. .recolJ Z8 C8.
for retail then ,April 8 was Patrolman Michael McClain. A Bradford County by local
City was arrested April 10 for DUI ArrestsEric
pipe was found in Murray'aear authorities. 'Traffic
again arrested
Tuesday for
theft and according to Patrolman K.R.Hinds,.
assault. pocket when he was searched said Jr. Little's blood alcohol content was Damon Hogtund 21, of Columbia Tract Leigh Prince of Lakelandwas
charged*" iverne .McDllllie was McClain.He Mark Lee Harris,Jr.,28,of Starke .20 percent.* He was released after a was arrested April Bona war. 'arrested April 8 for driving
AprU 8 with retail theft with was released after a $4eO surety was arrested April 8 for violation of $382.50 surety bond was posted. rant for grand theft auto, according while license suspended and leaving
a bond set at $210 bond was posted. warning) to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson.
according to probationtoo Deputafter the scene of an accident at the fairgrounds
.Patrolman Jeff Johnson. She was, King. Lawrence E. Clark, 30, of Topeka Bond 'was set at $3,000, be was according to Patrolman K.
released on her own recognizance Lawtey Man'ChargedWith Bond was set at 13,000 cash only, he Kansas was arrested April 9 for released on his own recognizance. R. Hinds, Jr.
for that charge and a charge of Bothering GirlA remains in custody, driving while license suspended She was released after a $210 sure-
failure to appear for retail theft, ac- (DWLS), according to Patrolman Danny Ray Wilson 33, of Alachua ty bond was posted
cording to Deputy Barry King. 30-year-old Lawtey man was arrested Karlos Dean King, 27,, of Starke Michael McClain. He was released was arrested April 8 for trespass of a
April 12 cOuMw was chargedwith April 7 and charged' with was arrested April 10 for violation of ,after a M20 surety bond was posted. structure, resisting arrest without ,
taking five packs of bacon and disorderly intoxication/1* probation, according to Lt. Glen violence according to Patrolman :
cigarettes from the Majik Market on Kenneth Harry Martin was arrested Moore. Bond was set at $ ,5OO, he Jacqueline Dee Place 23, of Mack Short. He was released after a Rescue: Dial 911
Madison St. and pulling .a straightedge at 10:20: p.m. after he keptbotheJ' was released 'on his own' Maryland New York was arrested $682.50 surety bond was posted.
razor and a stick on the clerk 1\2 a girl at the. Bradford recognizance. April 10 for DUI, according to
when she was confronted with the County Fair, according to Lt. Glen Patrolman Mercer. Her blood Wanda Harvey Rhoden 24, of Dial 911
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theft, according to Patrolman Moore Martin also took swing at a Timothy Lee Tyler, 29, of Hampton alcohol content was ,10 percent, she Union County was arrested April 7 Emergency
M 'Gerald Hayes. McDufhe was Charged man working at the fair when he was arrested April 8 for violationof was released after a $362.50 surety
with petit theft and aggravated tried to get Martin to leave the girl probation (possession of cocaine), bond.was posted.
assault. Bond was set at 15,500 at her alone. ,r ''according to Deputy Eugene Lee.
first appearance, she remains In Martin was released after a S2.50 Bond was set at $10,000 cash or.sure- David Alan Stone, 26, of Hampton
custody. cash bond was posted. ty he remains in custody arrested
was April 11 on a capias
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McDuffle for the retail thefts on Call Man Arrested Traffic DWLS, according to Lt. John Demp- -
Street several weeks ago. Jeffrey Blake Jackson, 39, of sey. He was released after a $281.SO Of weddng ecnaultant wfl help you select
On Clay Warrant 'Starke was arrested April: 10' for cash bond was posted. beeuWul weddhig InvHittons and anraunoe-/ '

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Apr 9 on an active warrant from *
Being SoughtA Clay County. Mercer. Jackson's blood alcohol arrested April 7 for DWLS, according Invttatlona$ that M you express the
Charles Hawkins, a content was .20 percent. He was to Lt. William TUlotson.Leino mood you wish to set for yourLeila's
19-year-old Lawtey. passenger
man has an
released after bond was released after a $210 surety .p.delday.
outstanding warrant agalnsts him in a car stopped on traffic violation a $362.50 surety '
after he failed to appear for court was arrested by Patrolman Michael was posted. bond was.posted Dre.. A Gilt Shop '
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Henry Edward Wilkes arrested was released after a $252 surety Albert Cornelious Baugess, 19, of William Vasco Forsyth, 18,, was sit $. Walnut *LStarte
April 8 on a capias bond was posted, !' Starke ''was arrested April 10 for arrested April 6 for DWLS permit- no. eM-SQSI '
charging petit DUI according to Patrolman Danny ting unauthorized minor to drive, at'
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a blue ribbon a nd$1.80 per pound for SAVE
,. his 215 ID, hog bought by Roscoe
Seay &Sons.
Georgie Seay, U Jr-4H received a +
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his 209 Ib hog bought by Howard '
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Connie Guynn, U-FFA, received a AT
red ribbon and ft.80 per pound from
Gainesville Livestock Market with
her 212 Ib hog.SprlnghlU ..,:.. salllr
4H Club (Jason .-
Stalnakerl U Jr-4H, received a blue .n 11dl
ribbon and $2.30 per pound from GotoUBXRU
PubliX for his 207 Ib. hog. +s v
'.,' Britt HarrelJ, U Jr-4H received a
blue ribbon and $1.50 from Clyatt .
Well Drilling for a 227 Ib. hog. ..
Charmm Wiggins,B Jr-4H,received
'' a blue ribbon and$1.90 per pound
; ... from Bradford Farm Bureau for her
227 Ib hog.
Chris Newsome, B Jr-4rt,received .
a blue ribbon and $3.25 per pound
from Publix for her 204 lb. hog.
,, Dana Newsome,B Jr-4H,received
a blue ribbon and $1.SO from B & H
Electric lor her 246 lb. hog.
Jeremy Hildebrand, B Jr-4H THOUSANDS
received a blue ribbon. and $2.25 per
,pound from W.2>. Howard for his 230 -
.Ib.| hog. '
Amanda Manning, B Jr-4H, UNDERDEALER
received a red ribbon and$1.80 from
Lewis Timber, for her'194 lb. hog.
Christie/; Floyd, U Jr-FFA'recelV''
,ed a red ribbon and 3.00 from COSTPRICES
Ward's Timber for her 209 lb. hog. ;
David Mclntire, U-4H, received a''
blue"ribbon and $1.50 from Hi I Ian-
dale Farms for his 214 lb. hog. .
Chris'Bartield, B Jr-FFA, received
a blue ribbon and$1.60 trom Son- ':. ',''' "." '< ..
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,ny Andrews for his 210 lb. hog. Reserve Champion... ,, ON EVERY WINDSHIELD
Kebckah Welch B Jr-4H,received "
Chili NeWMHne" Cat left)shows" her Reserve Champion at the Fair along with ,
a blue| ribbon and $1.75 per pound '
,from Multi-Kase for her 242 lb. hog. Publix representative Colin Slocomb.
Marty Sellers, B Jr-F FA,received, Trucking for her 235: Ib, hog :ally: ,fhomas, U FFA.received
a red ribbon and $t.50 from Florida, '. Jason HerseyB4H, received,a a blue ribbon and $L50 per pound: I
,I National Bank for her 194 Ib. hog. blue ribbon and$1.60 per pound from, from Home Entertainment Concepts
,: Jason Smith, B Jr-FFA received Fla. Rock Industries l fOr his 207 lb. for her 210 Ib hog.
1\\ a,blue ribbon and 4.00 per pound Mia Cooper, B Jr-FpArf received a =5100TO'CHOOSErnOM
/' Irom Pride of Florida for his 226 lb. hog.Holly Hersey, B-4H,received a red red ribbon and $1.40 per pound from
; "" ,hog:' ribbon and $1.80 per pound from the Oil lice Shop lor her 218 ID. hog.'
Kevin Wise, B Jr-FFA received a Triest Construction for her 197. Ib, fond Parker B-FFA, received a
,blue ribbon and $1,50 per pound for hog. red ribbon and$1.90 per pound from
I 'his 228 Ib pig. Danielle Hersey B Jr-4H, received Community State Bank lor his 211 Ib,
Kim Roberts, U-4H, received a a blue ribbon and$1.70 per pound ,hog.
blue ribbon,and 2.00 from Johns from Griltm,Industries for her153, fravis Rogers, U Jr-4H,'rec'clveda'
i 'Union 76, Luke Construction,' Ib. hog. 'blue ribbon and 1.70 per pound
", Farmers; & Dealers, Bank and. Kevin Jordan; B Jr-KFA;received Irom Pride Industries lor his 199 Ib
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Harold Archer for her 191 lb. pig. a blue ribbon and $1.60 per.pound hog. ,
; Keith Kirby, U Jr-4H, received a Irom Davis Express lor his 229 Ib, B.B. Rogers,U-FFA, received a II
blue ribbon and$2.00 per pound from hog., red t ribbon and $1.90 per pound from
-r Lane Butler Apparel for his 222 lb. David Page:"B-FFA, received'a David Heiman and Jerry Whitehead '
blue ribbon and$1.50 per\ pound Irom ,lor his 196 lb. hog. '
hog.Pam Andrews, U-1"FA.received a Allstate Insurance for his 242 Ib hog. John Reichcrt B-h 1'A,received a THOUSANDS'
red ribbon and $1.60 from Danny Daryl Gnann, B.1"1"A.' received a red I ribbon and$1.80 per pound Irom ,
Winnmgnam,Trucking for her:219 Ib, blue ribbon and$1.50 per pound Irom Howard Auto Parts "lor his 213. Ib.:.
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hog B & H Electric tor his'248 Ib, hog;' ,
hogCarrie
Anita Black,3-4H,received a blueribbon Dale Mosley U: Jr-4H, received a, Sapp,' U Jr-411,. received a, ",I,
and $1.10 per pound from I blue ribbon and$1.50 per pound from 'red ribbon and$2.00 per pound Irom UNDER
vi .. W.W. Gay for her 211 Ib. hog. John Whitehead lor his 199 Ib hog. Pritchctt Trucking for her 221 lb.
.I' Wes Moody, B-411 received a'blue John King, B Jr.FFA, received a ,hog,
I; ribbon and $1.70 from Taylor Con red ribbon and $1.50 per pound from, Holly Sapp Jr-FFA, received a
\ 1 crete Supply for his 201 Ib hog. Mosley Tire for his 196 Ib, hog. blue ribbon and$1.50 per pound from
Amanda; Loper, B Jr-4Hv received Lake Butler Sr FFA' Chapter; John Whitehead tor her 228 lb. hog. WHOLESALE
U} a red ribbon and $1.10 per pound '"(Angel Welch) received a blue ribbon -( Kathie I I Harris, U Jr4H.received a'
t; Irom Priest Construction for her 215 and $2.10 per pound Irom Shadd. ,blue ribbon and$1.60 Irom Pntchett
f 'Ib-, hog. ._ Trucking for their 203 lb. hog. Trucking. for her 223: lb. hog.
}t'' 'Julie Loper;' B Jr-4H received a Lance Bishop, U Jr-FFA received, David Harris: IJ. '!"A; received s''
'blue ribbon and$1.50 from Painter a red,ribbon and $1.50 per/pound blue ribbon'and$1.90 per pound Irom
k.' Masonry for her 238 Ib hog: from Danny fhomas. Hmoer.. lor his Lake' Butler,Apparel tor his 233 lb.
!r. Amy nest B Jr-4H received 'a 199 lb. hog.Jonathan. .. hog.
)" blue ribbon and $2.00 from Pritchett Bishop U'Jr-4H, received Darrcll Urillis (/Jr-FFA, receIv-
I a blue ribbon and$1.60 per pound ed a red ribbon and $1,1IG I per pound BANK REPOSSESSIONS
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{ rom Hillandale,Farms I of his lift)ID, Irom' Pritchclt Trucking. lor his 218.Ib .
hog.
c hog.Lake Butler 'Jr. FFA Chapter Dale Pendarvis, B Jr-4H receiveda
if (John Minsncw)'received a red ribbon blue ribbon and $1.70 per pound
,' and $1.70 per pound from from Community State Bank tor his. WHOLESALE. DEALERS CARS
"I ,1 1' Florida National Bank'for. their 22t 198 Ib''hog. .
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,b./IOg./ Stacie:';Sharp, B-4H, received a
\,. Union County 4-li Foundation blue ribbon and$1.50 per pound from ,.
IRachel( Reed).received a blue rib Bradford.Union Vo-Tcch stair, for
.it-1f' bon and $3.10 per pound from Union the. 197 Ib. hog. ESTATE SETTLEMENT CARS
County Times for their 217 Ib hog, Kelly Brown B'411, received a
Rhonda Joyner, U-FFA received blue ribbon and$1.60 per pound from
"\\ a blue ribbon and $1.70 per'pound ,Jones Funeral Home and Chastam s
;f' ,\: ., i from Spires IGA for her 227 Ib hog. ,Jewelry for this 248 lb. hOg.
",, BUTCH: ,"' ferry Elixson U-FFA received a Lawtey 4-H (James ,Watkins)
red ribbon and $2.10 per pound from received a !blue ribbon and $1.50 per COURT BANKRUPTCY VEHICLES
Douglas Equipment lor ,his ,,215,1b\! pound Irom Florida National Bank, ,
1986 CHEVY C-10 tor their 231 Ib,hog. ..
:' STEPSIDE -NICE hog.Bobbie Westcott,B-4H, received a' Janic Johns, U-FPAireceived'a
blue ribbon and$1.50 per pound from blue ribbon and$1.60 per pound from ,
TRUCK, Columbia County Livestock,Market'for Farmers& Dealers Bank for her'194 RENTAL LEASE CARS
her 212 lb. hog. Ib. hog.
Bradford Sr,,FFA .(Sam ,NorriS) Scan Crawford, U Jr-FFA,received :
$5695ORIAN ;
received a blue'' ribbon and $2.10( a blue ribbon and$1.60 per{pound
from Starke, Rotary Club lor their Irom Allstate INsurance and GriffinIndustries b
t WELLS 201 lb. hog. for this 205 Ib'hog. ,
'j,!'', Hal Davis, B-FFA, received a red Kevin Kirby U Jr-1"1"A. receiveda DEMOSOPEN
,.' CHEVY OLDS ribbon and $1.50 per pound from, red ribbon and $1.90 per'pound'
HWY 301 North Florida National Bank lor his 209 Ib..' trom Farmers,' & Dealers. Bank. for' ,.
1 %; hog. ,his 204 lb. hog. '
Stark* Bradford 'Jr FFA Jason Cathy Tarlton, \\J' Jr-FFA. received -:: ? ,
I" \ 964-750O 'fhomas) received a blue ribbon and a red l ribbon and $1.90 per pound:
$2.40 per pound from Publix for their; from Roger D Godbee for her 196 Ib. ,
I 205 Ib hog.;' hog '

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