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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 21, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Chamber'Mixer.

I Sawyer Gas & Appliances will be

.'e, \. host for the Chamber of Commerce Drug Deals
Business After-Hours Mixer from

, 5-30 7 p.m, Tuesday, April 26,.at 1 Mtti .ra.wax
; ,. its new location on US-301S.
All Chamber members are urged In, a surprise turn of events ies' ,Led its case, calling none of its
to attend. Prizes and refreshments former assistant police chief W.S, proposed witnesses. '
will be offered (Scotty)' Rhoden took the witness Closing remarks are scheduled for
Stand late Wednesday afternoon, 9 am today (
" Thursday, April 21>.
:, Rabies Clinic... April 20,in his own defense in a drug Tom Larkin, attorney for Clyde
,, 'conspiracy trial in federal# court in Moody of Lake Butler
A rabies clinic, sponsored by the Jacksonville. on trial with
'. Green Acres 4-H Club, is set Irom Rhoden, reserved his opening'
,1-5 p.m.,Saturday, April 23,'at the 'Rhoden admitted'to participationin remarks until the close of the trial
Town & Country,Veterinary Clinic planning a proposed drug deal Moody was not put, on the stand
Dr.James E. with Johnny Blame Wednesday. Larkm's remarks may'
Penmngton, DVM, on Thompson,' but
SR-100 east of Starke.A stated he tried to back. out several ,also be expected at the closing.
second rabies clinic is set the 'tLL4; times. Rhoden and'Moody are charged
following Saturday April 30, at the Rhoden also admitted to ,with conspiracy to carry out a drug
transaction and
Starke veterinary Clinic on SK-100 harvesting marijuana in early 1980 providing a safe
east of Starke Dr R.S. Mullms, during his vacation time, and admitted landing sthp in Bradford County for
an alledged 300 pounds of
DVM to being a cocaine user, with. cocaine
Does: Rabies $4, Parvo virus, $5, known drug dealers He also.admit' See Page 7B for full details and the
And distember $7 Cats Rabies $4, ted to tipping friends off to various' Monday-Wednesday proceedings.of,
:the trial.
distember $8, leukemia is, drug deals. See ,
Page lB for six area residents
1 .. Rhoden refused to continue to usea indicted in North Carolina
';1/; Medical Topics... 1. by a
lumselt grand for .
wire on to entrap his Jury drug trafficking ;
'yr' A continuing series of monthly friends as well as refusing to EdItor's Note: Information for
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,," meetings on medical topics for cooperate with authorities: At the this late information Is courtesy of ""
'(ii"1 family members and the general close of his testimony the defense Radio Station WEAG.; y
4('. public, sponsored by Whispering I,.
>,':: Pines Care Center, 808 S, CoUey

'. Road, Starke, is set at 6:30: p.m., Solid Waste Plan

,"I' Wednesday,Medications Apnl for 27.Depression"", *,' ," ,.', + ,

will be discussed by Dr Umesh'' .

.1 Mhatre, P,A.,resident consultant.
Hits.
' Dr; Carlos Hernandes, medical Technicalitiesby

director, Bobby Autry, pharmacist r f y
from Mitchell's Drug Store, and 'Y7 1 Joe Gissy
Assistant Secretaiy.of the Depart
Jim Hughes, director of dietary r ftir
services at Whispering Pines Care BCT Staff Writer ment of Corrections Bill "Thurber,

Center, will also participate in the e'' 'To iron out problems about the and others of his staff, to iron out
',' discussion.. ,i Department of Corrections joining problems brought to light by counseltor
with the three counties of Baker,' DOC Drucilla Bell "
" ( Handprint, Handiwork"by'Key' Club... Bradford, and Union in a solid waste Ms. Bell advised the Association

I" CarlWash/ ake Sale.,., It won't be difficult to identify the eight members of 'organization,,'is In its infancy at BUS. New members disposal system coalition, a delega' at an earlier meeting m Lake Butler,,
the Club of, Bradford who took tion from the /NRSWA (New River' that an interlocal agreement bet'
Key It
High welcome
Shields
upon Holly clubbers
Yfi says Key pledge to
,A car wash and bake sale, spon- : Solid Waste Association) local ween the counties and DOC is not
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i ,themselves Saturday. April 16, to paint the fixtures at develop Initiative and leadership, provide a practical
: sored by the Eighth Grade from
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delegates met with under Florida law
otlicials of DOCin practical present ,
J, the city park Church and Water Streets in east Starke. to form
,, '. Bradford Middle School, is set .: means enduring friendships, and to serve the
." They left their for Tallahassee last week. In so lat as all parties to an in
F: Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 5 handprints posterity. nation. CcmmissionersMarvm
Pritchett terlocal agreement must have equal
IJ Com The painters are (1-r( ) Kevin Crawford,Holly Shields The youngsters! painted the picnic table, tires in the ,
) p.m. The car wash is at the of Union .
County, Joe Riddick of powers
Cindy Vouberry, Kern Fillyaw, Jennifer Dodge Mike basketball "
" State Bank.The bake sale ground hoop, two garbage palls, poles you
munity not issueSeeSOlld
, will be in front of Eckerd Drugs. Barber, Micki Becker, and Sarah Smith (not shown, ,sit on,' and the bench, above The city provided the'' Bradford Baker County' and James Crott,' 'DOC, is. empowered .to
County, and Association '
The Key Club, a branch of Klwanls and service paint.,
: |, ____ Chairman Darrell O'Neal, met with < Waste..p.2A
'. Hampton Jamboree..*


;kl i": Ifo' each Jamborees first Saturday are set,' May in Hampton through Council Promises to 'Work, on Keeping Downtown Starker, Cleaner

'y.,: December A 3-year Hampton .
, \I tradition. -
v." First jamboree Saturday May 7, by Buster flahn Williams said he was directing his gavel, and allowed. Williams to continue patient with us, because we're work*

' /, :' '7-11 p.m. free admission. Gospel, BCT Staff Writer remarks to councilman Bobby ,, ing With you to do the, very thing ',',
I"': bluegrass, country music., Food and Clean streets In downtown Starke; Biggs, since' Biggs is'in charge. of Mayor Woods said the council will. you're asking. The streets will be''
i; drink concession., cannot be promised until the council 'streets., take the issue under'advisement. cleaned for 'the special events, May
"can find a sweeper at an affordable Williams then said to Biggs,''You 14.
Later in the evening, after.
: Parent Education. can never be found. You're
i; ..: price never In .Williams, departed and ,calm had Commissioner 'Charles sChaefertold
"Be with "' Commissioner your Shop. I've tried to find
patient us, -
'
you returned, Glenda Epps of Ms the has contact
" A Parent Education Network of Vernon Silcox asked Glenda ,several times, without success'' president Epps city
.; Florida, Inc,(PEN) workshop, Epps, president of, the Downtown the Downtown Merchants 'Associa- people on board at all times, and
a'm..t. "You tion, came to the podium to it referred her to Merrill Dees for
is
it'.' set Saturday, May 14, from 9 Merchants Association, when ,she ought to be ashamed about say
. ..' to 3 p.m, in the Fellowship Hall of expressed concern 'about the being a city' commissioner..you: the desire of the group to make sug- routine' city maintenance,.. Bill
.' ',s the First United Methodist Church downtown 'Should resign your Jobs," Williams'said. ..d,I gestions rather than confrontation Weldon for electrical problems and
y of Starke (btat-Ke unkempt appearance ., < and to cooperate with the city count. Neil fucker concerning, ,, administrative ''
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Parents with children enrolled in. Williams continued by saying the : ,,1j",1' cil itemsi 1.,
concerned
The council is as as
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,', t' special education classes are urged. anyone .about' the lack, of I street ,streets have not been swept since: jiid': .. Ms. Epps asked the council to Con-' John Milller.. 'chairman of theChamber's
! attend. Public invited $500,000 was sider setting aside a certain day for
to Lunch sweeping, bilcox said, who added a spent on the downtown Downtown, Progress
: provided. Advance registration re, sweeper is bring sought., proJect. "Somebody ISn't doing their .fI:, inmate work crews to clean streets,' Commitee, reported that Columbia
I' quired. For more information, call Even if it has to be done by' push ,(sic)Job,".Williams told the council. and appoint someone to be the con paving Co. has several minor jobs

\, Linda Hildebran 964-6800 or. I brooms, the council promised to tact.person for street cleaning! remaining on its punch list, pnor to,

""1 964-8937.' have the downtown clean for"the In closing,, Williams said. "AU'I Finally, Ms. Epps asked the city ,a final settlement Miller said the city \

'Senior Awards.... planned May 14 celebration for the, ask is to clean the streets and keep council to make a special ellort to is holding a reserve pending,
reopening of the historic downtown. them clean.' If you can't, or won't,' have the streets cleaned for the May satisfactory, completion .of the,con
Senior awards banquet t 1 p.m. Memtt Williams; local agent for .we'II get commissioners who can,..1 14 festivities, tract "
,. Thursday, June 2. Middle School State Farm Insurance Co., in a promise you that.'+. Silcox said benches and trash '
o'" Gym Tickets on sale at Bradford scathing verbal attack, berated the Tensions began to riser, while .Mvrrltt Williams Commissioner: Vernon'' Silcox receptacles. costing some $12,000,'
" High, BMS, Mitchell's Drugs. Spon-, council ,about trash on downtown Williams was speaking, and Biggs responded by. saying, ''We are have been ordered by the city and
' sor;, BUS Alumni Association! streets the ''general lack, of 'started to make a rebuttal but..*I'/ ;Clooi up t city ,..t.or w:II g.t I dedicated to a clean city,'as much as should be in place for the May 14

'"' cleamnless In the downtown area. Mayor, 'Travis Woods rapped his omobody who will. ,anyone.,You need to be a little more, festivities ,,., '
\ Class of 1978...
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('+I"r ( Plans of the have Bradford been made High for Class a reunion of-<. Delegation Going: to Tallahassee to Boost, 'Facade: ,Grant, Chances, ,

1\ 1918 this summer now set for July''
\, .Y' .- -
- '23 The meeting will be held at the '
': : Holiday Inn, in Orange Park.' A Starke delegation is heading to facade grant last year and the. ap- Grants Writer Linda Day is makThe 'grant"funds will be used to bryonic stage,'said Ms.'Epps.' The ,
If your address has changed 'Tallahassee in an attempt to boost plication has been resubmitted. mg appointments for' the Starke make low interest loans, .to Preservation Board of the Depart, i
since the five year reunion, please the city's application for a $575,000' Planning to travel Tuesday to delegation with r Sen. Wayne Holl- businesses to reface the fronts of 'ment of Community ,Affairs! said '

call Sonya Tenly Baldree at grant to reface downtown buildings. Tallahassee are Mss Epps, John mgsworth D-Lake ,City; 'Rep.; their buildings and to. put awnings on, Starke might, be' better equipped
473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at Miller, president of the Downtown George Crady? D-Vulee, and Rep: the buildings next year for the Main Street Pro-
'964-6636, Mark Reddish at 964-6822, The grant is under considerationat Progress Committee of the Chamberof Chance Irvine, R-Orange Park. fhe The latest application to bocome gram. Ms;Epps said.
Christy Redding Torode at 5332505or this moment, Glenda Epps, press Commerce? .Ms.Naomi Herres, delegation also expects to visit with part of the state's Main Steet ProTuesday night, Starke commis-
Shan Johns at 9644840.' (dent of the Downtown:Merchants and DrBemie' McFadden Ter- officials of the Department of Com- gram has been 'turned down sioners voted to close out its latest
Association, said Wednesday, April willegar Motors is providing merce and Department of Com- primarily because' the Downtown
20. Starke was turned down for the transportation. munity Affairs;' Merchants Association is in an emSee Facade lrani..P.2A>

Loan Closet...

!, Suwannee River Economic Council Inside... '

Inc. has established a loan Two Section Appeals Deadline Set on Hazardous Site 1
South St. Starke
East
134 ,
closet at SECTION AI 12 foga.
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,r for lending medical equipment, including Hard Now.. ... .. .. .1-J,','A p
wheelchairs bedside commodes Editorial Pag*.... .......4fh. by Joe'GissyBCT imately 320 acres in the SE quarterof ''crops and livestock and farms will ment thereof: Kay Kiker, past presi+
tub grab bars, shower/tub Social Scene. .. .,. .."'A section 32, 'tOwnshiP 4 South,' be done m Bradford county,he asks. dent of ACE (Alabamans for Clean
f,' seats, crutches, walkers and narrow Public Notlco. . .. ..7A Staff Writer, Range 21 East.,''The site is west of Environment will talk on the
.i base canes.Borrowers Sport. .. , .. . 12 '-The next step (after the Gover. SR-121 about'' 2V miles north of Emelle, Alabama waste treatmentand
must meet eligibilty y. nor and Cabinet approve the siting of Railord. Expert Witnesses... disposal site; George Hammell,
I f:, requirements by providing proof of SECTION I. 12 Pays a hazardous waste site in ,Union from Taylor county Georgia,' location -
It will be to have expert
) is the construction A bill is pending m the legislaturethat necessary
income. Danc. AU". J. ..1* County permit witnesses at the administrative of Georgia's hazardous waste
a Indlctod.: "- . .. .MS said Debra Barton, attorney for would extend the deadline until said Ms. Barton. 'this could facility; Manlyn Ayers, president of
U-CAP' and member of law firm May 1, 1989. Other legislation charging hearing,
Hazardous Woito Alort. . ,3a a in cost several thousand dollars. En- CASE, a citizen group opposed to the
,Araa Daattl. : . .. .. ..\ :.4* Jacksonville specializing., in en- that specific criteria were not us- vironmental would to GSX landfill In'' Sumter, South
On "-Ttl1i ,. .. .. .. .. .5$ vironmental matters. ed, that siting criteria were vague show the 'choice experts!! was politically try Carolina Judy Pnutt, president of
Upcoming... hodon:Trial.. . . .. .. .*. "We will hit them from all sides," and general,is being proposed." "Our motivated and caused DER to reach CLAP Roebuck: S.i..,. site of the'
Public meetings scheduled m the New. .r....... . .. ../.aa she said, speaking at a meeting of first attack is legislation, said Bar the wrong result," she said GSX Incinerator, and Willie
'coming weeks are: CloMlflod. Ad., . .,-ll$ 'U-CAP' ,(United Citizens Against ton. A court proceeding is expected tobe Fontenot. from the AttorneyGeneral's
Bradford County Commission; 7 Pollution) held In the courtroom at necessary for an impartial decision office, Louisiana will all
.
Issues.
p,m.. Wednesday April 20. Night Outside. Lake Butler Monday night,April 18 Legal .. however. "In court, the rights speak to the crowd.
meeting on zoning issues\ plus .., After the construction permit, an of one are as good as the rights of Since these speakers are traveling
The recommendation from the
The National Weather Service Office operating permit must be obtained.,
other business whicirmight come ERC many said Barton Indicating that far and are donating their time and
has been officially published as
says it will be mostly sunny today Other legal issues will be pursued, impartiality should not be expected efforts housing for Friday night Is
up.School Board,'at Brooker (Thursday) with High of April 15. Twenty-one days are such as public safety' transportation -, from a political administrative hearing being I'
sought. r
mid 80' Wind allowed for filing a protest to the accidents and spills In school
( Elementary: 1 p.rn. Monday,April temperatures m the s. .
': ,25. Board wants to hear BE needs will be out of the south at 5-10 mph.. selection, so the deadline' is May. S, 'zones, the prison'population, air Food, gospel Singing, arts and .
, for coming year.. Friday is expected to be fairs, with said. Ms. Barton.' emissions, lOll contamination, archaeological crafts sale, rummage sale, car .
-:. -School Board at Hampton seasonal temperatures In a legal notice on Page 7A of this sites endangered :Awareness'Day.,,, wash, door prizes and a raffle are,
Elementary: 7 p.m Tuesday, April Look for partly cloudy skies Skies issue of The Telegraph/ states the 21 'species, economic impact,, 'the The Fund Raising Committee has scheduled so far Raffle tickets 'are,
26. Board wants to hear needs for Saturday, with a chance of showers I days period starts on the day of negative aspects on the economy of received permission to hold a Hazardous -. now on sale.

coming year.Bradford. and thundershowers m the afternoonand publication,which would be April 21. the vicinity including land values and, Waste Awareness Day at the Only about$1,200 Is in the treasuryso
Zoning Board: 1 p.m. evening. According to the legal notice the appeal contamination of soil, animals, Lakeside Park in Lake Butler; far. To carry the fight into the
Tuesday April 26. Starke city hall. Fair and cooler on Sunday; with : period would end May 12.' crops. courts will require many thousands !

'Starke Zoning Boagd: 1 p.m. tow temperature in the 50 s and high '-The site is in Union County but Scheduled foF Saturday, May 14, of dollars,says Ms.Barton,for legal
Thursday. April, 28. Starke city' in the low 80's.. Site Described... the winds blow into Bradford the event will, feature several, fees as well as expert witnesses.
hall. First quarter moon. on Saturday For the first time,'a description of county" said Buddy Revels, director -, speakers knowledgeable In the field Much of the money will have to come .
April 23. the location published, Approx-- of t1-CAP, How much damal to of hazardous waste and the treat- from private donabona.'r' .



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S \" Starke EJlectrtc System Director' this year In New Orleans. Starke and to the'rate payers for. operating
Bill Weldon received a plaque from was not represented at the meeting, safely:'
:: Mayor'fravl8 Woods at the Tuesday, necessitating the award being mailed utilities were judged according to
r April 19, denoting the winning of the to Weldon. their size for the most accident-free
"., : second annual safety award by the, Starke is one of only two cities in records during 1987 based on repor-
)" /,d city Electric Department. the state to have a perfect record, table incidents per man-hours work-
"f' by Buster Rahn \ "The award is ''made by the' and be recognized with an award.' ,ed, as defined by,the Occupational
I,:" I BCT Staff Writer f \ ''S American public Power Association Clewiston. operating a smaller Safety and Health Administration.
j\\ A 12-tncn water will be built Iron \\Jt \ '" (APPA to municipalities that system, also maintained a perfect' The City of Starke Electric Systemhad
!tl' Edwards Road Into the Wal-Mart fit operate electric generating plants ,safety record for the year, and 60,990 man-hours of exposureand
,.r'' site, the i urrent KOA property, to< { ;:::- ii'i' and maintain outstanding safety received an award. no incident. ,, giving them a

" 'serve the new shopping complex and -r records.Starke: ,Joe Exum, president of APPA, perfect record.
,, provide for future expansion. I enjoyed a, perfect safety said, "I am extremely pleased to, APPA is the national ,service
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Six options for extending waterlines /I. ... +ils+ record for the second consecutive present the City of Starke Electric organization representing more

to the' proposed to the new "Electrical Safety' ward... ,year in 1987 ,System with this prestigious award. than 1,750 community-owned, non
center were oflered to the Starke This award represents the leader- profit electric utilities. It conducts
council Tuesday, April 19, 133 Bill Wt"don'rlght' receives the second annual safely awards for a The, Award.. ship Starke utility has shown in the safety contest to draw attentionto
, engineer Gary Sneddon, assistant to perfect safety record in the Electric Department. Mayor Travis Woods The award' wai made during the meeting its obligations to the the importance of safe working
,,:: City Engineer Don RucKman present! the award Tuesday night. ,1lInr'Attnn:" ann rwf'ef.trn.. ....,,. p"lnv the pmolovwn family habits, and to recognize excellence.
Sneddon said an'eight inch line
... would sulfice for the development It

g.,. the'city proposed water'plant on Three More Students Expelled From Bradford Middle SchoolThree I
,; the south side of town were on line
; However, the proposed water plant .
}; is more than a year away, and thWalrMart < : more Bradlord students fwo middle school students,aged Mazznia has been l EMS principaL campuses won.t be tolerated. The school board Without wants adults doubt and
students to know a
\" project cannot wait for it, have been expelled for1 the remainder 14 and 15, were expelled for leaving Nobody came to speak for "Once again Mr:Superintendent, and
knives alcohol
wilt
, that ,
: Sneddon said the city reaUy needs' ol the school term, 55 days, the campus, stealing a .22 calibre students at the public! hearings on I hope parents realize, hopefully, guns school
be permitted on cam-
not
; d 12 men line anyway,to provide for for bringing firearms to school. pistol irom a classmate's house the three student Principals Francis that they must take responsibility," Chairman Schlofman
r" lutufe expansion. ,An olf-duty policeman saw a Brad ,waiting at the 've--tech center until and Mazzella presented the cases said Board Chairman Len Senior- puses, says
. :, fhe six options presented by Sned- ford High senior displaying a .22 time: to ride the bus home taking the and recommended expulsIOns. man, noting it is the second straight
," don were; calibre rule on the Vo-fech Center weapson on the bus, and then going .Should another explusion for month for expulsions for firearms on
',." ,.1, Build an 8-inch line irom Ed- campus. BHS PrinCipal' Charles into the woods near the bus stop and possession of firearms be necessarythe campuses.In ATTENTION !
, wards Road to Walmarts,at a cost of
t, Francis described the student who shooting the pistol. suspensIOn'will be for the re-
, I $76,700, and charge the developer for was on one of Francis' Little League "It is the first tithe any student mainder of the current school term March tour students were expelled -
the lull cost of running the line, teams as a....:good kid who made a brought a gun to the middle school," and, for all of the 88-89 term, Supt. three for having weapons on We recently passedby
-Build a 12-inch line, at a cost of mistake' The 'gun was not said Principal John Mazzella. It is Jim Duncan warned. ,the campus 'of Bradford High and your place of businessand
,$102,500, with the developer' ,delray- displayed in a threatening manner, also the first time a student has been The school board voted 5-0 on all one lor' repeated drinking bouts on noticed that
ing the total cost. Francis said expelled from the middle school in three expulsions, and indicated once campus. school board voted 5-0 for your'
;, -Bund a 12-inch line,and charge .. l.he'' soon to be two years ,that again, that firearms on Bradford the.March\ expulsions. signage needs:
developer for the cost of an'S-inch \- .. ... ...., u_ u .
( line, with the city paying the difference ''rorgy and ,Bess Repaint,'Touch-Up
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This option will cost city
$25,800 and the developer $76,700 .:Repair

,-Build a 12-InCh water line under Singer ,Gets Role in Famous PlayBradford .. Replacement '
,.. a "hydraulic share rebate"'plan, in
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),.,' ,- 'which the developer puts up they Updating...... Can ,
: ;-. money for the line, and recovers his County is known to have structor ,at bouthside Elementary' secretly"&dreams of getting that big interest in
I: :. cost at some future time, as others IsvR the sweetest strawberries this side school in Starke. "Rehearsals are'' break. 'You never know where or 'we you

S 1"," tap into the line, t of Heaven. Alice Hudson ol Starke long and you have to give your all when opportunity will knock. 1 was a new look?
,:,:, -Build the line on a cost-share thought it very fitting when she was plus some, but 1 am sure, people will called to audition for this production
"1'\\' basis, with the developer paying for given the role of Strawberry Woman' 'really enjoy the opera." It is an easy after being heard by Nancy Carol at Free Estimates.,
fi, ,I': the materials, and the city lur- + in the opera "Porgy and Bess" to be opera to understand, .Ms. Hudson' the Santa Fe Arts Festival in Starke.
, rushing the labor, d" performed April 27-30 at the Univer- says, taking place in Charleston
,-Build a 12-inch line,with the city : sity Auditorium at UF in 3.C, in 1935.: The music by George "My role of Strawberry Woman is, CALL
f 'underwriting the cost from Edwards .. Gainesville. Gershwin is wonderful, with It's small but 1 am also the understudy,
>, Road to the Wall-Mart property most famous aria being the familiar, for the big role of Serena 1 plan to be (904) 829-0070

line,with the developer paying' "J've been in the operas'Carmen' "Summertime.'' ready should J, have. to.perform the,
" for the remainder. Alice Hudson and 'La Boheme', but 'Porgy, and Ms. Hudson moved to Starke from role afit ,
Engineer Sneddon recommended, Bess' is so exciting and fun to do,," Philadelphia eight years ago. An ac- has happened for me that waY'
option 2, in which the 12-inch water, Ho* Hoi. In UP Play ,says; Ms. Hudson,.a Chapter I in- comphshod singers Ms. Hudson twice bet'ore,/' Customers judge a
line would be completely funded by
business their first
the developer, but found little interest on

among the commissioners, Impression. A sign Is

expressed,Commissioner the thinking Charles of the Schaefer.councilby .' Facade :Grant free page 2A > \ ., t. ;, your best value 365 daysa

saying -We need to spend a little $575,000, Community Development 'torney' :Terry Brown has been Commissioner. Vernon v" Silcox said to 'use the money. to' refurbish, year Is yours working

" to get" them (Wal-Mart to, come Block under which 25 were assigned to formulate a plan to use he has no objection to returning the, another house for you R or against you?
;, J' in... renovated,' and$ return $3,300 ,left in some of the reserve funds to pay the ,$3,300 unless; it would prejudice The city has had Jess'conta t with ,
/. Following a brief discussion, the the project. two Plan-Corn employees in the future grants. Brown said it would Ms. Day since she left the area to
/&,'.. council voted for option 3, in which' The,city is:,stilt withholding the grant office operated by Linda Day not that the work laid out in the' ,Become county administrator 'in ANCIENT CITY
.. the developer will be required to pay' final payout to Plan-Corn Linda The two grant office employees had grant has' been completed and an ,Wakulla County months ago, '
," the difference between the cost of an of not' been paid for the month of SIGNS
Day's firm, pending the receipt a amendment would have to be made
F t'l' 8-inch line and a 12-inch line, which At- March.
certificate ot, completion City *
, the city wants. The developer will ::;. ,
pay an estimated cost of $76,700,' Solid Waste. .j 4700 US 1 North '

with the city picking up the remaining -,, .. solid waste agreement with DOC;, r solid waste disposal for the four par.:' landfills under consent orders from '
St. Augustine Fla,
$25,800; hose IMP fA the counties.involved would,forfeit: Director Bradford Solid .Waste ,DEK which 1 are ,due ,to.expire '
I, ,' Sneddon said the'cost estimates bonds or assume indebtedness,does ,the right to exercise these potvers-in Q',jVeal remains Opb ustc.! ,, ,,':if :,
' are based on contractor's rates, and not have power of eminent domain matters relating to solid waste. 4 "Nothing seems to be an (insurmountable
"L may be reduced by 15-20 percent by :and cannot levy assessments or Although obstacles continue'' to problem at this time:' O'Neal
;.: the city,since it has the.. ability to' install taxes To enter'into ah ,mterlocal arise in the efforts to provide lor the said. "We are. all. now_operating our
the lines In-house

',;I",' New"Well.. RUBBERgPS\

;'; Sneddon advised the council that FLEET SPECIAL
U-Joints
,
" two bids were received for putting NAPA) ,
" down a new well on me recreation

I field adjacent to Edwards Road. ON HEAVY DUTY TRUCK APPLICATIONS Made CLOSE
The new well is part of a proposed
I water plant to be bwlt on the south

,: > side of town with completion date ToOrder OUT '
_
;," ,, some 12 months away 1. High Strength,Steel Crosses! ,2. High Quality Seals'
The for well
contract the was
Our seals wearing abrasion resistant
are long
awarded to W W Gay Co., the ,low' Our crosses are mad.Tom! high strength alloy Nilrlle seals that retain lubricant In the bearing and '
state ol the art Impacter
steel and produced on
bidder at$32,197, some$15,000 lower
contaminants out Metal protective shields,i
heat treated at keep
These are then
i equipment. parts
than the bid submitted by Rowe Construction
,, Co. our plant'This gives preds.controlofout,' ;1 ,''s.allIl.are used,on many' truck applications tor, :extended" :,.' ALSO :name tags'for nurs 5 '
''City engineers estimated the cost :manufacturing process producing: excellent ; ,

of,the,well would be $30-35,000.; quality parts.
waitresses or who needsa
anyone
Quit Claim' Deed.., .
City Attorney Terence Brown ask, f! ,R, :
name .Y
,ed the council to authorize a quitclaim 0 ,I \ tag. ,
deed to be drawn,transferring 0 :
the closed portions of south and Gar, .
,diner Streets to Belco,me,since the I,' "
firm owns the adjacent property, y' S. Came Hardened Bearing Cup Business Card '
Attorney Brown said If is a city Y Our bearing cups are cold formed and '
policy of long standing to transfer, \case hardened.This!Ie the most modem ':

,closed streets'to landowners and highest quality manufacturing Special ,, ,
,\' 'either, side of the street. process available ., ;
,,, Segments of South and Gardiner' y A vs :,, Raised Letters .
Streets were,closed several weeks '' "
ago by the city, in a hotly contested '1000 only : '
S.: Radial Design Crease
issue. ,
zoning 'S .
'fhe council agreed to authorized LTzc. O Channels With Superior
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Attorney Brown to draw the deed. Lubricating Properties Q95
.and exchange it for a similar document 6 Large grease reservoirs In the $ '
tendered by Belco Enterprise ,cross and a grease retention! JL 7,. ,black ink

conveying a small slice of land at the valve on track Joints assure proper ..
corner, of Orange and 'Madison', 3.MachlnedtoMstorExceed 4. GreaM Fitting Hole* are' lubrication.Large channels m the
'Streets to the city. OE Standards Drilled and Tapped-flea Joint assure proper grease
Guy and Tom Andrews owners of All parts are ground to stringent Fining on H. D. Joints. I distribution.V '
Belco Enterprise, agreed, to give the tolerances with quality control '., :OFFICE MACHINE
city enough land to Improve the of ttie <'," '
Orange-Madison St. crossing which Inspections at every step' .j,,,,: "
I
has a traffic problem, compounded manufacturing process., ."" ,,r, J
: ;' 'It :
by the building of The Market Place,; ., ,' :V the
the new Winn-Dixie, Starke Plaza: 1 ,Rentals by Day
According to Police Chief Jimmy'Bowen '
the Florida Department of .. .
Transportation (DOT) will not con- Week Month
sider' the installation of a traffic ALL' fHE TOP-SELLING HEAVY DUTY'JOINTS ARE ,or ,
light aL 'the ,intersection until the' '
, crossing has,been straightened: NOW AVAILABLE VERY COMPETITIVE PRICING. ," u .. Calculators
Typewriters:
301'Turn' Lanes... 'I,
Machines Shredders
Chief Bowen said DOT is workingon Copy Paper

the installation of turn signals Secretarial and office Chairs
'
and turn lanes on US-301.,,between ,
Madison St. and SR-18. ', .
M i .. Cash Registers etc. ,etc. ,


',,' THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH COUNTY' EXAMPLE:, 'QO/I 'JOINT HEAVY DUTY APPLICATIONS FOR, ;For all your office equipment'

USPS 062-7OO OOHr ON & OFF ROAD TRUCKS AND EQUIPMENT
Published every Thursday at or furniture,needs, see .
135 W. Call Street Starke.

, Second Florida class postage 32091 paid at" .' A kr "-'aService'after' the

I Starke. Florida and additional ,
OFFICE ;
j mailing offices sale-without

, Postmaster Send address only Starke Motor Parts SHOP' "

";, changes to: Bradford County BIG CITY
payine ,
Colts*.
'Telegraph. P.O. Drawer A. now.

,,:,' Starke." FL32091 $20 9* 155 w. Brownlee St. 0 Starke 964-5764 Prices!!! .

Subscriptions Rates:. Slorke.Flo.f' +

In trade area:: $12.00 per year. I
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$7.00 six months each

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softball please contact the Recreation registration has begun.
; Department at 964-6793 of David Deadline to sign/ up is May 20 Sign
l 'few. 964-6800. up at the Old Armory 8:30: a.m. to
An umpire's clinics/ set at 7 p.m. noon and 1-5:30: p.m. or Pratt Street
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New Lee & Cates $139" ,
I' l.T.L Glass ,Ogier,....-. ...numager of the Lee Sf c.u.Sten"Orange. Park sal U Only
Th .. U the store Urte4 off 1 YEAR'
on Dirt west.US-3OI, help get new right. LIMITED I COMPARE TO UNITS COSTING UP TO $200.00BYWEEDEATUT


I Lee &> Gates 'Open... New Glass, ',Store in Starke WARRANTY VA". .' .ir'' ,rn."w Al' AN.


:" ,Ir. by Buster Rahn ed, or other reason to preclude used for security purposes.:' People true i during daylong hours,when'it is "-
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I'T Stair Writer replacing. Resilvenng is expensive, oltimes refer to them as 'one-way" lighter outside than inside, the op- Stork'
Lee,and. Cates Glass Co., headquartered since backing on a mirror is silver,, mirrors, but the mirrors actually posite la true at night when interior f b. Pest Conttd Power Equip .Bob K.yllon.lawnmower Heigh"Storke a.
..r in Jacksonville, opened topped with copper.Copper is the only work in both directions, with items lights are turned on, allowing b39 E.Ca9 St ,438 S.Walnu'51. CholnlOW RepcW.Hwy 2N..
( its 12th retail store in StarKe last medium that will not tarnish the being visible on the side having the anyone to see inside the house. 964.5145 964-8568 473-0233
) said. most light. Lee and Cates is offering 30 per- .....
week. silver Ogier piMrtouttd Ttwgpwi Oe b4w. Boi ftM Trftorv GA 31793 CM((912))--,-
:.'.' Lee and Cates Is operating out of a Lee and Cates offers custom art Ogier said customers sometimes cent off the regular price of framed [!!fb7t1!!!1i Mhougti.v.ry OsWcr hu""bMfl.pfwioucty noWwd of IN*ot).r,.om mOwduat d...tm*may
newly constructed building on SR-16 work on''glass, ,which is a sand want two-way mirrors in their mirrors during. its grand opening not[MrapM... .VonyouMl ourc.ol otto W.do.s guar nal..9.n9ur nl"'.MaquaM stock bsivtforcaH it adv.|ISIS r ..>tf 3B2 ptv*1306torH .
'west, next door to the, Handy Way blasting technique. They also otter homes,thinking the interior will not sale.
convenience store. "two-way" mirrors*most generally; be visible to! outsiders While that is
The store is staffed with a workingmanager
'Joey ''Aldridge, and 'an
assistant Kevin Lord, both of whom I' .
will cut and install automobile glass.
windshields, windows, patio doors
'and mirrors, PUBLIC NOTICEAll
Kay Ogier an outside salesman?,
,
will work for both the Starke and
Orange Park stores calling on inSurance ;
agents, automotiDle dealers' interested public, private and paratransit operators. withinJBradford:

and chase other glass business routinely.firms that pur r4 '( County'are hereby advised that the Bradford Association for Retarded

\'," '""? 'cellent While selection Lee and Cates of mirrors carries an some ex ,Citizens,is applying to the,Florida Department of Transportation for a. .

\ with frames and other glass lines, capital grant under Section 16b(2)( )( ) of the Urban Mass Transportation Act

'','.', their primary of automotive business glass is the, particularly installation -- ''I'' ." P15 of 1964 as amended for the purchase.of Two (2)) Passenger Vans to be used.

windshields. for,the transportation of elderly and handicapped persons.. Service is being
T.L. who has been Lee ?
Ogier, with
operated within Bradford County.This: consists of obtaining two
I and Cates tor U years and now program ; .
'manager of the Orange Park store, (2)) lS-pa senger vans for replacement'of two current old.vans for
;, i.,.. ,4.,1/1/-,$fldtf.Qonae! umejntheStorke, {
-" -'-store- helping to gefir"OTf I the Iy handling transportation needs of handicapped clients.attending'the, /" ,

ground." He said ,comments bycustomers ./ tit8 Bradford ARC/Sunshine.Industries Sheltered Work
:. '.'' have been very positive, Program.'j.
encouraging the owners to lee! they .

,have Starke.made a' wise choice m comingto The: purpose of this notice is to advise all interested transit and '

"Lee and Cates has been planning paratransit operators of service being planned for providing transportationservice
a store in Starke for the past several
years,and is pleased to now be open for the elderly and handicapped within the areas) described above,

for business.received We appreciate the fine I and to insure that such a program would not represent a duplication of
response so far from
Starke,residents. and hope to earn' .current or proposed services provided by.existing transit'or' paratransit
the 'trust and respect ot the community
," said operators in'the area. .
.' Ogier.Background. I :,

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f.D. Lee and Raymond Cates ,Comments either for against' this service by such public and private

were brothers-in-law (married to transit and paratransit operators,will be received at any time.within thirty
sisters), who went into the glass '
business more than :SO years ago, in ((30) days from the date hereof.,All comments should be addressed to

,Jacksonville Bradford ARC. P.O."Box'S09. Starke. Fl.'32091.'and a copy furnished to
'* The first store was opened in 1926
with H additional retail units being" New Glass,Man in Town.,. the D.O.T.: James Driggersr P.CX Box 1089, Lake City, Fla.'32065.
added over the years, and a 'Park Is the for the i
.Joey Aldridge, above from Orange manager newLee
wholesale division, located on and Cates Glass Store just opened on west SR-18 (Brownie Street)..
Houston St., In west Jact!sonvitle. -.- .
.Although F.D. Lee deceased
,and Raymond Cates is retired from
active control of the business, it con-
tinues to be a family' owned and ,
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'
operated business with family II "
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members owning and confronting ::,. i : .
the capital stock.
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located the Florida '"
Stores are in t
.. .... Crown area, including retail outletsin FLA. TWIN 1 THEATRE t ,, '
Lake City Starke, St. Augustine, 964-5451
Starke
Fernandina Beach,. Jacksonville
Beach and Jacksonville. Night
Open Euery
Aldndge,a native of Orange Park, ... ....... ...
.
went to work for Lee and Cates Im- ;.+;......... .0. SELLING .l drYOUR'
mediately upon graduating from i'' $2.00 SPECIAL 'r{

O.P, High School, eight years ago.. .[
When school was completed, Sat. & Sun. 5:00: Show
.Aldrldge"moved across the street," : I Tuesday Showing I!:
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to the Lee and Cates store, and remained ,' 1L14
there until moving to .the' Starts Friday.Apr. 22 .
Starke store. .
Lee and Cates can give overnight
service for replacement of Wind- HOME ?'
shields, since the wholesale division 5
maintains an inventory of wind- PCI
shields in Jacksonville to fit virtually -
every car or truck on the road. If a Assignment Miami Beach
customer comes In early enough in 1 BOAT ,. CAR MOTORCYCLE FENCE OUTHOUSE
, the morning, its possible to have a ,I SCREEN TWO I
\ windshield replaced the same day, STRAWBERRIES YOU NAME.IT! .
Ogier .said. The local store can, 'CHICKEN U-PICK ,


either replace Lee'flat and other or Cates curved.automotive is. the largest.glass' RICHARD PRYORMOVG Our Classified Ads Have Passed the Test of Time.. Here's

customer of Carolina Glass Co., a [m! ] '
nationwide distributor of mirrors, of What You for $3.50
get ,. .
all kinds, up to 84 x 120 inches (7 ft. ,
by 10ft. Mirrors are now cut with 301 ,DRIVE-II1
computers doing the layout. to 15 WordsKeystone Bradford Coun
1 minimize waste., Stake 964-7434. the ry:
.Ogier said glass cornea several Frl. Sat'& Sun Melrose ,
.
WIth thinner haVingmore. ." .
grades, glass ,'
distortion. For that reason. 2000 Households ',I4>.' :? ,

Lee and Cates uses only mirror'' 473-2210 ';". '. '
grade plate glass for mirrors. THROWMOMMA 'm tttIttPj3
Bevel edges indicate more expen- FROM Union County" ,
.
.sive mirrors, due to the time and effort ,1
expended in beveling but does THE TRAIN (po H Over 2000 Households .
not necessarily Indicate a better "
", quality mirror Ogier said. The The Sweetest Str.wb.frt. ,This Side of Heaven
wholesale division of Lee and Cates d4fi96-d2210' '
j Admission: B ra
\ .has beveling equipment.
For customers who want mirrors Adults........................ 99* 5600 Households -; "' "'. .
resilvered, Lee and Cates provides Children .................... .sao COVERAGE IN BIRP-POG 5000 COPIESy
the service but it is prudent to buy 964-6305 'FREE. : .
new mirrors,unlearn the mirror Is an RADIO SOUND. '0 .
antique design, has etching bevel .


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I Historic Melrose, Inc. Organized To Seek Listing on National .Register I


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'I' The century old Bonney' farmhouse, "
1Yti. which tradition credits with being the
oldest residence in Melrose, assumed a
new role in history Sunday, April It,, as
scene of the ,first official meeting of
Historic Melrose Inc.
'
An estimated 140 history and
restoration-minded enthusiasts gatheredon
the bayside lawn of newly restored
Bonnie Mount', as it is known, to plan a
historic and architectural: survey for use in
placing Melrose on the prestigious National -
Register,of Historic Places ( ,

The survey will be financed by a (3.000 \ '
state grant obtained through the Florida ,
Bureau of Historic Preservation, and is ,

scheduled for completion by November.. 30,. '_.s
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1987.Roy '
Hunt of Gainesville, past chairman :Yl.
of the Bureau of Historic Preservation explained -
the advantages of having properties
listed on the National Register which i t t.r ,
entitles owners to tax benefits for restoration 4'
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work. The listing is also a positive factor w eN-T .
in obtaining future grants for preservation -
0 0 -.. projects Hunt said.
Preservation-! Roy Hunt Ion porch In center* addresses large crowd f Melrose history
i <" y fans at first meeting if Historic Melrose:. The group ""undeUke a survey- and evaluation 'Bonnie Mount" Restored
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of historic: sites Melrose this summer. Melrose has a colorful history and is one --
.::.: \\p 0":_i t> .t > '"'% .. .' of the oldest settlements in the lake region

of northeast Florida Originally sewed by Restoration Melrose area' official photographer Joe Daurer'and
cotton growers and turpentine operators wife Rosemary (at left) stand in front of slavery days din- I
after the Civil War the scenic setUement li FUn, ner bell with "Bonnie Mount's" new owners.,Jean and
also became popular with winter visitors, ":Terr)" Marshall Gainesville preservationists.
etHTOTUALS some of whom built victonan-stvie homes.

many of which have survived century of perties in Melrose,and Gainesville Including on the town and its surrounding area; and
,
use. and are now being restored by ap- a VJctonanloUse on E. University, is now completing a third, to be 'entitled"Bonnie

I preciative owners. ,Ave now used as offices,by Dr, Marshall Melrose",

An estimated 140 attended
Bonnie Mount" was built by William, Eighty Members Enrolled people Sunday's -
and C.D. Bonney who settled on Melrose meeting, and secretary Rosemary
Public Gets Peek Bay in the mid 18708 to grow cotton and Felicity Trueblood, secretary of the new Daurer announced that the organization
,; Finally other staple crops. It has changed owner- Historic Melrose corporation announced now has over,80 members.
Ship several times over the years and had Sunday that the organization's annual Through channels opened by Historic"
At What's Behind the PR Screen been unoccupied since being damaged by meeting will be held on the fourth Sunday Melrose, Inc.. the town's preservationists
fire several years ago A two-yeat'restora. in January. Ms. "Frueblood wrote the successful hope to Join the growing number of North
tion project has Just been completed by the grant application which contained Central Florida communities that are
present owners.Dr. W,H.Marshall and ms a section on Melrose history contributed capitalizing on their past by preserving it
the uproar caused by the; Larry disinformation' which was supposed to wife, Jean, who nave restored other pro- ,.v 7>. fol,ifx,who has published two books! for the future.

Speakes incident may have ,a positive mislead and confuse the PSYChotiC'

side alter all if it causes the reading and, ,Moammar Gadnafi but also, in the pro-

viewing public to become, aware, of the cess, misled the Congress and the

PH prevalent( public in Washington relations) sham/scam that all too;! Amencan In discussing people.how White House ex- Guardian ad Litem Coordinator Stresses Need I

talse of
often the public a image
gives
what is really going on behind the scene; recent penses and years personnel Reston have"says expanded the Presi in For More Volunteers in Child Advocate programA

Air Speakes has unwittingly'shown us' dent's staff now numbers 322, comparedto

thatthe: "emperor" ,tas in the ancient the dozen or so who worked there during need for volunteers in the Guardian ad dial ad litem volunteers is an important
table sometimes wears no 'clothes, and ,President Roosevelt's ,first term., ,Litem program was stressed by the new part of the court-process,enabling him and
modern'' 'coordinator for the 8th Judicial Circuit other Judges involved to make better deersions
m the version, ,sometimes And this extravagance isn't just true of
Barbara Beynon who was recently: ;
assigned due to the close association and
speaks no words except those led to him the White House, the same thing goes on to the Baker Bradford, and Union background information provided by the

Oy an over-zealous,PK expert, in ,Congress where staff members serving ; County area to succeed Mananna Ben-' .volunteers! to their close assocjationwith_

Not only is thIS' practice;! misleading senators' and representatives now' Counties.nuns, now assigned to GUctinst and {Levy' tE families involved. "l follow their recom i :?,

some Americans into thinning ''there number 18,659 as compared with 2,030 ,mendations very closely," he said. He emphasized
really is a Wizard of Oz behind that cup. in 1947. Salaries of top staff membersrun Bradford County could use another four'or the need for more male
five volunteers in the Ms.
program volunteers are needed for dealing with
tam only to,find that it's just ,a voice from $70,000 to $80,000, so the grand Beynon said both men and women.. The teenage and younger boys. He said the
reading the words ,ot others from a total is staggering.Everything minimum age for volunteers is 21. volunteers assist him greatly in making
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teleprompter.James else in, Government has The Guardian ad hem Program' has the best decision for the child.involved.Ms. .

Keston senior, political'commentator grown in proportion according to been in effect here Since I960 providing Beynon was introduced to Rotarians

of The New York Times thinks veteran correspondent Reston who was spokespersons of abused to, abandoned represent,neglected the best ,interest or- of DyCarole the Guardian E. Zegal ad, litem the long-time director
this
that, in spite of the ruckus it has, aroused around Washington long enough to Know truant children in negotiations with, the circuit. She said that program donations in

Larry's ,confession >n: his, ghostwritten 'the ins and outs Even the press corps, family .or the court. No criminal: or welcome by the program for use m sending are
book, that he ,was putting he says has increased from a mere 600 Juvenile delinquent cases are bandied ,by volunteers, to _semlnarlJ.and, other
unspoken' words in, the PresIdent's' jn 1940 to 5,600 today. But at least these the volunteers m i meetings, paying for telephone,calls, and
'mouth "may DC the only useful thing, he expenses are paid by the news media Ms. Beynon explained that the program other occasional needs not covered by tne
is actually part of the court system and budget. *,
did while m the White House. ,and not by the taxpayers. volunteers are appointed by the' local

In' Reston's ,view Speakes served a D peakes' action in' making up quotes' judge records They and have contact party with status the and access'to You Can Help! legislative The program act was in 1978 established, requiring by Florida the ap-

worthwhile ,purpose by reVealing the and relaying them as words of the volved. Volunteers are carefully persons screened In- pointment of a Guardian ad litem to represent -
"hidden bureaucracy"-in Washington President while inexcusable are abused or neglected children ,In all
symbolic before being appointed and handle cases University: ,and in English literature at the Judicial
and has reminded us that "Oliver North' 1 'of the image-creating process that dealing mostly with neglect, dependency, University of Florida. She has done social proceedings
and John Pomdexter are not alone m acting has permeated the Reagan administration and divorce: custody. A, 16-hour training work with dependent ,and neglected Judge Pierce said the program here
program is provided preparing the children in the New York could use up to 10 or 11 volunteers and that
for a President who paysiittle attention from its very beginning. As Reston City area, and several additional
volunteer to represent the best of for 2Vt child representativesare
interest years has been a volunteer Guardian
to what his stall is doing. puts it"' it is notable that Mr! Reagan the child in court ad item in Alachua County,.where needed at this time. Anyone wishing to

'He also points out that the present administration who 'must have' heard or seen the Ms. Beynon graduated from Kalamazoo she has lived for 12 years ,volunteer for, service in this Importantwork

is spending two billion headline quotes in print or on 'the College in Michigan and did graduate Following her talk, County Judge Alachua may County call the courthouse district headquarters in

dollars annually on Its publiC relations screen, did not object to them until they studies in special education at Boise State George! Pierce said the ,work of the Guar contact Judge Pierce's office,in 374-3656 Starke.or
'activities., And It is doing this while were revealed in Speakes' book,

,complaining that the government is too Speaking Out.:" '

big and too,costly., We cannot help but Alter experiences with the PR "spinning' County Agent's' Notebook Insurance Specialists

wonder how many hungry children and of stories by North Pomdexter, iii To Answer Questions
how many homeless families could be and Attorney General Meese Reston is ,
:fed and housed with that largely,wasted ? In Starke April 26th
amazed that "None of this unfortunately
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Amdro Sale 100 colonies
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May $ per acre, averaging less than
$2 pillion.
distress the
;seems to public or 20 colonies per acre. '
Reston also reminds 'us that ',"Even even the press as much as it should. .r.: Bothered by the Imported Fire Ant Insurance ,'specialists from the
before the, Iran-Contra scandals, the Perhaps one day, however those who (IFA) in your lawn, garden pasture or The Fla. Dept of Agriculture and Florida Dept of Insurance will be in
cropland? If so, might be interested in ,Starke
you several on 26
agencies, have entered into a April to help
White House staff either ,with or seem indifferent now will finally lift the a Fire Ant Bait Sale 'Thursday May 5, at cooperative program designed to give with their insurance problems consumers orquetitions. ,
''without the President's approval, was' screen to see What's',really behind the the Ag Building on North 301., temporary control of the IFA by making '

engaged m 'a ,calculated campaign, ,of curtain m the mythical PR Land,of Oz. 'The sale win run from 8:30a.m. til 4 p.m.
Specialists will be on hand from'
in the parking lot. Prices are S4 per pound 9-12
noon at the Courthouse. MS N.
in one pound bags with still cheaper prices Temple Ave.There is no and
Guidelines Prevent Judges for quantities of 25 pounds or more. charge
'.; ? the public is encouraged to attend.
I The Imported Fire Ant is a nuisance to Anyone experiencing an insurance
From Using Their Best Judgement man. ;The ant damages some crops; it can problem should bring his or her insurance A
interfere with cultivation and harvestingof policy and any other relevant
many crops; it is a threat to man's documents with them to review

Floridians: face a choice:', either shell points for the type and circumstances of domesticated health and may animals injure and wildlife.main or.lull with an insurance specialist.'

out ,more tax ,money' to, pay for, more each crime then calculate a suggested, '..' For more information, call the

prisons, ,or learn to live,, with 'more sentence. If they wish to impose stiffer The FA was first discovered In Florida Jacksonville. Service Office ,at
.' criminals roaming'the streets because sentences than the range provided by, near Pensacola, in 1948. During the intervening 359 146..
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there are not enough beds to keep them 34 years, the fire ant has spread, '
behind bars.. guidelines they must put their reasons' throughout Florida to infest portions of all Amdro Fire ''Ant Bait available at a
\' 67 counties. Resistance to the 1FA invasion relatively tow cost.,
in The case is then appealed
writing by
:The Senate'Judiciary-Criminal Committee by if natural predators and the JF A'.
,
the defendant and the Amdr also controls the
appeals court preference for certain type habitats are native fire ant '
voted last week to abolish I the and has the PLASTIC
following characteristics SURGERY
some judges say usually overrules important factors in the time necessary :
failed guidelines that were designed to them. State Attorney Ed Austin of for establishment of IFA populations on a 1. It is slow acting. A fast acting Insecticide
make the :sentencing of criminals of land. old M 'iai's It on about?
by
Jacksonville complains that guidelines, given piece Populations in infested will kill the individual ants that it Call let-Mod '
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Florida judges'more uniform' take discretion from areas may range from zero to over contacts,but the COIonyescapetl.,1'reatedcolomes and And ,outl Dial 9644516 ,of
away any pro-
throughout the States Instead of that,' i secutors, judges, and the parole system may be expected to show effectsin 37S-O007 number and: ask for 'these topes'bV
however the net,result has been to turn a few days; however,complete kill may "?
which was, phased out under the 1983 ,take up to two months. 1030 Cosmetic Surgery al me
criminals back on the streets after
serving He lenient Breasts
law. says that guidelines are too -
'a fraction of the time for which they: Nursing Assistant 1031 Cuts and locertloos the
2. There is of
because they put many first second no residual.To prevent possi. .. '
sentenced. ,SkIn
were 'and even third-time offenders m Course Offered ,ble environmental damage Amdro. is 1032*

It's true that abolishing the guidelines county jails or on probation. Under the' sunlight designed for to breakdown upon 12 exposure to 01 Btepharoptajfy SOOOV. Boggy-Eyelids Correction:
approximately hours
would require more prison beds guidelines, someone convicted of Local residents who are Interested' 1033, Otoptasfy -, Correction: of
because criminals would be ,serving crack cocaine would not be In taking a Nursing Assistant Coursein 3. It can become rancid. Amdro contains Prominent Ears
longer terms and would not get, early possess to prison until their sixth con Starke this spring(beginning May soybean oil. which is used. a feeding attractant -$' 1035, Abdomlnoplosty
releases in order to make for 9),should contact the Santa Fe Community Soybean oil may become rancid' 1040 Facelifts. '
room new viction.
College Starke Center. The under moist conditions and IFA will not
prisoners coming ,In every day Martinez 120 hour non-credit course is designed feed on rancid bait. Therefore, the bait let-Mod: A service ol the Auxiliary
,"The system we have now IS'juSt not Governor has proposed to develop a degree of stall for should be stored in a dry place in an airtight Bradford Hospital, Inc
spending $40 million this for aides that will Under
year nurses meet nursing container proper conditions
:Sen. Bob Johnson '
working, says the prisons to house 2.000 new beds. But the home standards. Graduates would the bait can be stored for a year or more.
committee 'chairman, and Attorney 'Department ,of Corrections estimates become Certified Nursing Assistantsas
General Bob Butterworth agrees required by Florida Law. 4. Treated areas can become relnfected.'.
Repealing the guidelines would send a that longer sentences would require Tne IFA queen Is capable of flying 12 miles
4,838 new beds at a cost of $188 million. The' cost of the course: is approximately or more. Reinfestation will occur
strong signal out to the criminals, as $*>, which includes application regardless of treatment of neighboring

well as to troubled Flonda,residents," .Letting, judges use their, own discretion -, tuttuon. lab fees and book. properties. Amdro has no residual effect,
he says. out and ranfestation of a treated property
in passing sentences is the way Applicants must take the TAKE
The 'LegISlature approved the controversial to go. If longer terms and fewer early test at the Bradford Vo-Tecn Center. may ment occur is needed within to a maintain few weeks.the Retreat-desired i

guidelines in 1983 in a well- releases mean more prison ,beds and call level of control.

meaning attempt to bring more uniformity more taxes to pay for them, so be it. By' ,the For SFCC more Starke Inforamtion Center,please 964-5382. H you work at an office.

to sentences in non-capital felony, the way what's Happening to all the Directions for application of Amdro to chancas arc you'll spend at

cases.. Under the system,, judges,add up new lottery money? your area will be given at the time of sale. least 20 years of your tile

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It"" The >jr Engagements '
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Announcing .

(Social Lauren Nlchole O'Neal

t' Tudy and Judy O'Neal of Star
\ [ :_j\ ,ide of the news announce the birth of a daUght.
Lauren Nichole, born April 10
g '. W.Uln|. I dub N...., Social Ev.nl.Church Gainesville She is joined by broth
% R..epdo.a ( CUvs ,. DinhsAnnversares. ,Ryan O'Neal, one year old.

Maternal grandparents are fi,
and Faye Grouse of Lawtey.

/ / '""" .-- ___ ......, Paternal grandparents are Jew
O'Neal and Larry O'Neal, both
Starke. ,

i 'LouIs & Carolyn Nerrow Celebrate 50 Years


I I Louis and Carolyn Nerrow of Lake tiered wedding cane, resembling the Reunion and Vr
Geneva were honored WIth a recep- original cake, decorated with white Sopp
: tion on March 26 at the club house. ''roses and topped with a floral arrangement :; Reception April 23
: The reception, given by their was served by Mrs Cleo 7 ..Pa
: daughters and husbands. Mr. and Taylor and Mrs. Ronald Follensbee The late Shipman Sapp family wll
: Mrs. Edward Boyd of honor their sisters, Mildred S.Petze
Sampson alter the initial cut by the couple. A
Lake and Jamie S. Clubb and cousin Bernard
i Mr. and Mrs. George Wilcox floral arrangement of spring flowers
1 of Northfietd, Vt., and Mr. and Mrs, adorned the punch and coffee table. --- Rosier, aU 1938 BHS Clasi
graduates on Apnl 23, from 2- Jfi1CM
: Eugene Field of Wethersfield, The arrangement was from Mrs. ]
,Conn. Carol McLeod at vergreen Baptist Churcl
; was attended by children Nerrow's sisters and their p.m.
\ grandchildren ,and and Todd flicks In Lawtey.
--great husbands-.r. and Mrs. George
grandchildren from Connecticut and All fnends and relatives are in
Comstock of Lake Geneva, Mr. and McLeod-Hlcks:
Vermont, as well as local family Mrs. Oliver fuller of West vited.
members and friends. Simsbury, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Engagement ToldMr.
The dining tables, covered ,in ''John Holcomb of Windsor Locks,
white linen, were accented with Conn. and Mrs. Harvey W. McLeod,
i golden flowers on serving trays The couple led the "Anniversary Sr. of Port Charlotte Fla., announcethe MorrovJ-Clemons :
centered of theIr
with a floral arrangementof Waltz" engagement daUghter
played by Mrs. Marlin Pat
spring flowers. This Miss Carol Rae McLeod of
arrangementof To Wed April 30
terson and
on the piano Mr. Ronald
Gainesville to Mr. Todd Edwin
roses, hyacinths, tulips and daffodils -
: was In a punch bowl given Follensby guitar. The guest book Hicks of Mayport Naval Station, son The wedding of Tammy Susai
Mrs. Nerrow on her wedding day by was circulated by Ms.Jensme Field, of James Hicks of froy, Mich., and Morrow and Jetfrey Roy Clemon, It
her father fifty years ago, A three- granddaughterA Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Heide pf will be an event of Saturday, Aprl?
memory book prepared by the' Clawson, Mich. 30;at 7:30: p.m. in the Church of Goon
family was presented to the The bride-elect graduated, from Sinclair Street In Starke.No .
honorees. A light supper was University of Florida and is local invitations are being sent
Community/ News presented to all lamily members employed by the Bradford County Everyone invited to attend.

:Ushers' AnnIversarY./ following the reception. School system. Mr. Hicks graduatedfrom Tammy is the daughter ol Mr.' an.
( The Ushers Clawson High School and Is in Mrs AC MorrQw of Starke Jet f re;
will t be
Anniversary ; Mr. & Mrs. Yarborough the U.S. Navy, is son the Bud Clemons and Mra
celebrated for New Bethel Baptist ,', '"
The for June Norman. -
wedding is planned Marty
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Church Friday, Apr, 22 at 7:30: p.m, Celebrate '20 Years ,,. .
25, in Gainesville .YIMr ..., --- "
with the Rev. Jeremiah Robinson,
,Jr., of Jacksonville delivering the Odis and Connie Mae Yarboroughof .and Mr*.Thomas Richard Johns
sermon. Starke recently celebrated twenty

The Ushers on Sunday Anniversary morning will with terminate the years dinner of on marriage March 25.with Helping a surprise them Social' Briefs ._ ..... .-.- _-...... ..... ..... --.. __ ,Gloria/ Braswe//// Thomas Johns I

11 a.m services. Everyone is cor- celebrate this special occasion at the
dially Invited to attend in these and Pier 6 Restaurant Macclenny Open House HonorsFranclsIsabe corsage and serving pieces'of her Married in Orange Park Ceremony
all serviCes. were their children and spouses. chosen china pattern, as mementos :,.
Alter dinner gathered at the 'Of the occasion. Invited to share the'
they Miss Gloria 'Elizabeth Braswell The brutal gown'was a floorlengthgown :',;
Women's Convention.. home of his daughter and son-in-law The lovely home of Col. & Mrs. event with the honored couple were daughter of Mrs. Minnie Lee ot tissue satin in traditional: "t/
Mr. and Mrs. Claudell Walker of Hatcher Call Street 300 friends and
Harry on was
relatives. "
The white '
Women's Convention ,
of the Braswell or Orange Park and Gordon beaturmg a ciassu4sweetheart .
Mt. Sinai Baptist Assn.will conveneat Macclenny, where all the guests en- the setting for a beautiful open house Edward Braswell of Grand neckline. Ornate beadwork S
the, New Bethel Baptist Church Joyed an 'anniversary cake' and party on Saturday night from 8-10 Ridge Fla., and 'Thomas Richard of seed (!arJand\ crystal sequins "I
May 13, opening with a local pro-' refreshments.On p.m., honoring'Miss Beth Francis Ten Year Reunion Johns' son of Mr. and Mrs. SR. 'adorned the bodice,' accentuating .
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Sunday, : 27. "the Yar- and her fiance Mr. Scott Isabel of
gram. The official session for 1988 Is' "+ Plans Final Johns of Starke were united in mar the -intricate( appliquefashioned
set May 13-15. Everyone is invited to borough families gathered togetherto Gainesville riage March 12 in Fleming Island pf Si-hitllt embroideredlace
attend these services. celebrate Mr Yarborough's 87th Hostesses for the event with the 'For Class of,:1978 Church Orange Park. ,,An illusion)one at the back ot
Baptist
birthday, (which was Mar. 22). Mr. Hatchers were Mr. and Mrs. James
the bodice tfnfianced ,the' refined
Rev A.J. Simmons is the The ,
dougle ring was
; Yarborough'enjoyed withmany Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan Plans for' the ten year; reunion ceremony ,
visiting Crosby, Hie
of
J moderator' beauty dltei'pearl; button,
and Sister Carrie A. performed by Bro Paul Estcs. Nuptial -
have been finalized. It will be held at
of his descendants, which Include Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johns,' 'closures' ,tint a note, ot timeless
Mosley is president of the Women music was provided by organist ,
Convention. : ten children, two stepchildren, Mr. and Mrs: Frank Mitchell, and 'the Holiday Inn in.Orange. Park on Rosemary Hendrix and soloist elegance. Long sleeves,embellished
f'* ,41 grandchildren and 53 great' Mr. and Mrs Joseph 0., Warren." July 23. Larry Mangum. .; With Schitlti appliques heavily encrusted
grandchildren: fhe 'honorees received their'' If you have not received your let, bride's and
: Chicken,, DInners.,w Maid of honor 'was the' with guests m the, living room of the ter please call one of the following sister, Gwen Alvers accompanied by'' seed pearls tapered to a lily point at
The Youth Choir of the Greater home. Greeting guests at the door class members-* Brenda Prevail bridesmaids Ann Braswell, Brenda ,the wrist. An''elaborate motif of
Allen Chapel AME Church will sell DAR Col. Elbert was Col Hatcher; Mrs. Hatcher Alvarez 964-6836,. Sonya .Tenly Ryals, Carol Sapp,'Debra Kaneer,' flowers entwined with leaves and
chicken dinners Saturday from. the Chapter Members presented them to the receiving line. Baldree 4733863ChristIe'Redding Jennifer Johns and Jr. Bridesmaid vines created an added dimension of
:annex beginning at 10 a.m. Dinnersfor Attend Seminar Also welcoming guests 'were the' forode 533-2505' or'" /Shan: 'Edwards Jessica Alvers. Amy and' Katy relined beauty to the design of the
children are $2, adults $3. parents and grandparents of the ,Johns 964-4840. Braswell served 'as tlower girls. gown. Insets of illusion netting gavea
'Mrs. Herbert :Thomas, Mrs. bride;Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis We still need help locating 'ad- Ring bearers were Geremian touch ot delicacy to the sleeves
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ZIon Services.' .. .. George Brown, Mrs. Henry Williams and Mr 'and Mrs. Charles Hardy. 'dresses for the tolowing class Braswell and Scotty Parker. The which were gently poufed at the
.- We would like to invite you to be of Starke, Mrs. Margaret Ann ,Special guests of-the evening were members: James Conrois, Phyllis bridal attendants wore tea length shoulders. The full gathered
'with us :Saturday Apr. 23 at 7:30: Rigdon of Jacksonville Mrs. David the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Collier, Chris Crgw'Debra; Prevail gowns of point d'esprit lace over ballgown skirt was embellished with\
p.m. in our service for the youth at 'faber and Mrs. Robert Reitinger of R.J: Isabel of Alachua and Mr. and Carolyn Gomes, Wanda Pittman, satin in light pink. The honor atten- applique cutouts'ot embroidery, "
the Mt.Zion AME Church Lawtey. Keystone Heights, all members, of ''Mrs. Frank Hardy of Bophell, Ronald, Marks Ellastene Ross; dant's gown was a suede rose gown lowing to a semi-Cathedral train. A, ,
Parents are asked to'l onng>their the 'Col. Samuel Etbert Chapter, Wash.; uncle and aunt of the bride. MiKel Rowe, Donna Caldwell. Mar- featuring ,a bateau neckline. and scalloped border of Schilfli defined
." children and young adults to this serWn NSDAR..attende.iJ' t the,I i Everton Guests were Invited into the dining'' .J the Kay Smith,. :,and' .Barbara. ., ...Alex. '' ,short?,scalloped-edged sleeves. fhe? the hemline ol both the skirt and:,
> ,WrteeWoiicpiM, ', q ;s8nth'em Genei1QiY.'Se.i'iioar' fT e"l9\ln\\ i room by Mrs. Johnny Hobbs and"1"""nder--,"" >I.:. ,<:II.:> ,1 .a.J1IU natural ,walstlinewas defined by a train. Complementing her.gown the
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Minister for the hour will be'' Gainesville on Saturday, 'Apr.)6.'Mrs. Mrs. Bobby Milner.rue party table 'soitiy gatb red satm cumberbund, bride wore a hat fashioned of
Minister Gary Tyson of Cocoa,. Allyne Kamplel of Comfort was covered with white lace tea 'accented by a bow at the center highlighted by accents of pearls and
former: resident of Starke. Tx., was a guest of Mrs' Henry, cloth and centered with an arrangement ADK of Alpha Gamma back. A scalloped border at the neck irndescent beads falling to fingertip
n. .tin.Club' s. of mixed azaleas; bridal Holds and hemline repeated the sleeve; length. .'
Meeting
,wreath'and magnolia boughs Pour April treatment, completing the look. Following the ceremony, a reception -
I .l News. .__. -- .... .... -- -- :... .... .., ing cotfee at the end of the dining/ Alpha Delta Kappa of Alpha Gamma Groomsmen were Wade Winkler, was held at the Woman's Club of ,
table were Mrs.,'J.f. Prevatt and Chapter held its monthly Jay Godwin Scott Roberts, Tom Orange Park. Following a wedding "
Mrs.Don Hardy. A wide assortment meeting in the Episcopal Parish hall Crawford, Doug Reddish and Donald trip to Sambel Island and Key West,
Woman's' Club Has Mrs. Lloyd Wike gave the. program of party finger foods and pastrieswere on Monday Apr. 11. Reddish.'Father of the groom Ran- the newlyweds now reside ,in
Election of OfficersAt on Southern poetry using the displayed and served in silver Guest speaker for the meeting was dy Johns served as best man. Keystone, Heights
poem "The Stars and Bars" written trays and compotes along each side Beverly Saul from the Bradford .
the annual meeting of the by O.r. Dozier, M.D., 'in 1893 as her of the table. GUidance' Clinic, who gave an interesting -
Woman's Club on Wednesday, Apr. material. Inviting guests into' -the family talk ,on alcohol and
13, officers for 1988-90 were electedas Registrar Rhoda Dampier announced room and patio area 'were Mrs. substance abuse.
follows:' two new members havew Crosby and ,Mrs. Warren. Serving Jeanne Loper gave the devotional
President-none; 1st Vice PresidentMrs. -- been approved, ,Marcia Lee and punch on the patio at a round table and the business meeting was con
'- Robert Ward; 2nd VP Mrs. Ruth Alvarez; covered with a floor-length lace ducted by Monterey Wasdm, ShrimpFish
David Norton; 3rd VP Mrs. James "cloth were Mrs. Rick Stevens and president-elect. Hostesses Donna
Otto; 4th VP Mrs. Al Crosby; Cpr*, Memonal' Day services will be Mrs. FrankJ-lardy., Hartley, Mary Ann' Kyle and
responding Secretary-Mrs. Vera' held Saturday, Apr.30 at 11 a.m. at, The home was decorated for the Ernestine Register served a
Lewis;; Recording Secretary-Mrs.' 'the Confederate monument in 'occasion with arrangements of delicious strawberry pie.
Wayne Douglas and Treasurer-Mrs. Crosby Lake Cemetery. All easter lilies, azaleas magnolia The installation of ,new officers,
Al K. Carlisle. members are urged to attend and bring boughs, and tropical plants and and the final meeting of the year is: &' Chicken
A musical program was performed flowers for the graves. The May' ferns. Assisting in serving and caring scheduled for May :2 at 7 p.m. at the
by flutist, Devidas f. Pal and 16 meeting will be a luncheon at the, for the guests were Mrs. Duncan, Western Steer Steakhouse at which
Tabla player Ravi V.Laad from India -, Bradford Family Restaurant'and Mrs. Johns and Mrs.Mitchell.fhe .., time everyone is encouraged to be
who played native songs to members are required to make honoree was presented with a there. Platter
entertain the members. Their closing reservations with Mrs. Weisgerberfor ,
number was a devotional selec- this meeting.,

.tion.Mrs..'Adele Mitchell, gave a short The luncheon table was set With' : 5"w
take: updating information on the red placemats; centerpieces were ,
:A ., 4,' :progress of the "Say No to Drugs" 'arrangements of red silk flowers in r : $3 9
+. l ?${icampaign for the week of May 9-14. white vases with American flags and
'tiff 'Ij, ".,I MM. Mitchell thanked the club for an arrangement of American, "
ax; x'. : ..4their': contribution of red velvet ribbons ,Florida State and Confederate flags
:'>, j, ,' to be used during this week by was at the head table. Guests present fAl$ 57585'
t the merchants. were Mrs. Marcia Lee, Mrs. TODAY
Chairman Lillian Stump and her Blanche Otto and Mrs. Emma
committee', Virginia Ekard, Etta ,Cam IJohn of Miami. \MnlSALE Pik.s d
Faye Thornton Linda Sheffield, \
Rose McConnell Venue Odom and
Joyce Riherd served the luncheon.
.The head table was set with a lace
cloth and centerpiece of multicolored -. "O"" OADAN trail S rOLTISTII & COTTON
roses In a crystal container ImmJP.1y.I

,with miniature centering spring the flower individual bouquets ;.: :;"' SEERSUCKER 19843"WM "

tables. Arrangements 'of spring 45.tv.id. .-JiOWti UClM 'yd.
flowers were placed at.focal points,
in the clubroom. FRESCA
'f President Mrs.."Herbert Thomas HOUNDSTOOTH PRINT
'I:, presided over the meeting. Mrs. LINENS

:. ,Thomas breakfast announced will be held that May the 11 at May the ,1r172 sous* 1 9-/ a. srwid..IN'C..99C A great new platter featuring delicious shrimp, golden

clubhouse 11:45: a.m.' and re- brown fish fillet and tender boneless chicken fillets.

'quested with Mrs.that Joseph reservations Warren be, social made ...&mpd. NON-WOVEN Served with fries, slaw, hush. puppies, sweet 'n sour:

chairman.' sauce and cocktail sauce, _
: Y1 INTERFACING
e IAN IIVII NJ -
UDC. Weeks Chapter e WAMSUTTADRESS >< e EVSIIRS.SIW.IM

Elects New' Officers SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
,
,Officers were elected for the PRINTS S0VIe.i F All-You-Can-Eat

Chapter 1988-90'term, of UDC by the at their W.T.regular Weeks tn11S Zvl Se 3.9$,d. "OPIB1 "*; ,Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99. ,

DATS A
monthly FamillyaResttaurant. Dining Room Service Only
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at the Bradford Let us make your wedding 1 WEIKrPOUISTII
New officers are: President Mrs., day one that you wW wide
Wetsgerber; 1st VP Mrs. treasure forever We featurea rd. MONDAY & TUESDAY
Lester Crews; 2nd VP Mrs. George complete line of elegant
Winkler; 3rd VP Mrs. George Canaan Craft Invitations and '
Roberts, Sr.; Recording SecretaryMrs. accessories Including t. COTTON "Bra-Piece Fish Dinner $239CaptainDDS
Herbert Thomas TreasurerMrs. Tnank You'.. Reception EMBROIDEREDEYELETS'
L.A. Canova Sr.; Registrar Items, Gifts and much more. ,
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier; Historian Stop In today
Mrs Lloyd Wike and Chaplain Mrs.

J.T. Lawson. LeIIzs S 1..ly
Weisgerber conductedthe p.t1.nst fell
President
!.while to t i.
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meeting. Devotional was given 998 '
Hall on .Ac- Dress ft Gift Shop Rgelar .li yd. laMTMBIMW n '
Mrs Marguerite little seafood
by Friends" Her 819 S. Walnut St. VN y4 lnu tmMt 140 I A great place

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Phone 468-191 !" (.. A'i I'. tl
You're, invited''.t>:)i..\"-' '' I jj1,, Ij
Successful Egg Hunt... -' .. -:.
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The Recreation Dept: of the City of H" w. ;
Hampton wishes to thank all donors' : ,
and volunteers who made the Apr. 2 /
Easter Egg Hunt enjoyable for area to attend

children. About 60 youngsters participated H'L .


r r.,. refreshments.Christian and I Church were. treated Celebrate. to :. :" '\\'i' :)::;: ::,/.;:":.;: \;:.;,:",:, .' ': event" .


tion... : .' : : ,,' ', :'., '" ; a great

n y. On Sunday, MaY'l, the Hampton
Christian Church plans a homecoming -
celebration of their 100th ,Anniversary '
On the same day, their ; May 13th Sf ,
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new fellowship halt will be. : ,
"dedicated. .
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The public IS invited to join this : "q'
in '
celebration which includes' a ': '' t' ]
covered dish dinner following the 11 : : May 14th

a jn. worship service, Special events .
''are planned throughout the day '".. ''I, '

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Jamboree will kick off their"Say No ,I' ,'' '' ,.." "' ",,, .',, : .'':.-.k&Jt'ii;\)'"' //,# \' ,ij',' ',.".. \ ,,'. '
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to Crags' campaign Several bands I :,,,,::1. ;, r .".' .

will feature country, western and ';.', I '\,.' :. ;;
gospel music. Entertainment will be I : ". "
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provided from 7-11 p.m. Good food I 'dI'.r'"i\! j' ,'
ti.Gethsemane will be available m the concession I ', 1 \ ''I'''' ,
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invited '. I ; '''al, JI! '
stand. All are !' \ ''f "' ?
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On Sunday, Apr; 17, Carne Lyn .i.. ,. ',, '('11!" 'I, '

I Meng celebrated her 10th birthdayat .. ," 1 ," \" \ .u',\) "
To' Pre.en'ne Level' Concert the home of her grandparents, I ( '. ,';-
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Mn and mrs. Fran: Meng. She loved ,., '; ,, '. ,"' '" ,
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her birthday caKe in me snape 01 a .
fhe' Gethsemane Quartet of Pastor 'Roman Alvarez and L' '. '- :
horse, complete with bndle and sad .. "
Greensboro, N.C., will present a con- members of Pine Level invite dle with a flowing mane. Zita I, \"
cert at Pine Level Baptist Church on everyone to attend this special ser. Shuford learned of Carrie's love for '
Thursday night, Apr. 28 at 7 p.m. vice.There will be no charge for the 'riding and made the special cake. .
The Gethsemane Quartet is one of concert. Pine Level is located 3 Besides her father, David Meng, '
the best known gospel singing miles west of Starke on Hwy 100.:' uncles, aunts and cousins, also Join i'sf .
groups In America, They travel -' .
Rita
in were I
ing celebrating Meng '
widely presenting gospel concerts in : -. ,
Homecoming SundayAt from Tallahassee her great aunts
churches throughout the country. First and uncle from Toledo, Ohio,. ,

Baptist Frances, Evelyn and Bernard Ber- '(, ,',. '
''Revlvat Sunday, Apr 24 will be Homecom.Ing res who spent the past week visiting '. ..
Begins '
at First Baptist Church >m here. : I ". 'I
,:; ,At' Church of God Raiford. Sunday school will begin at I 'I <

Of 10 a.m., followed by morning wore, Late April Birthdays...
Prophecy. ship at 11 a.m. Guest speaker for the Apr; 'I.Mlchael 'ryler, Amanda I II
Revival begin$ Apr: 22, 9:30: p.m., morning worship service ,will .be. Townsend; 16-John Underwood and I II
at the Church of God of Prophecy,; Rev. Malcolm Tompkins. Lisa McClellan 17-Brandy Hall; I "
Inc.. Pastor W:r. "'Laney i invites Lunch will be, served in the 18-Teresa Manning, Harold Waters;
> everyone to attend these services at fellowship hall at 1 p.m.lmmed18te- 19-.Jeremy Smith ; 22.-Cindy I ,
which Evangelist; Rev William E., ly after lunch, there will be gospel Parado; 24-Jfern( Ann Brown; I
Laney from Mayo, will be guest i singing 'an the auditorium.' "The. 2S--Oella Scott,' Marcie Carpenteq'; II I
speaker' The church is located at Believers" from Jacksonville will be 29-Brandt Hawes;? '

2138 Nv Temple Avenue; Starke., featured singers. Everyone is in-, I n .

vited to come and. enjoy this special Hampton Elementary I )\1 ,f','.
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.Spring BBQ Plans I I
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Homcomlng Apr 24 dinner will at 11 ). I" "
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'The Starke Church of God will be a.m. and end at 7 p.m. Dinners will I {" I I.I 111 '(,'. ,I:<"'I'I
Include, 1/4 fried chicken, baked ; '.''1 :,; : '
celebrating their 56th Homecoming f ". '\I".r!
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beans and slaw at the bargain pnce .,1. ; ) 'I ::" .
Anniversary this Sunday Apr. 24 ,.
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will at 10 of $3 per plate.Tickets are availableat ., l"j.
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garten Registration.,. fI: "
Or, James' A.. Cross as guest ,
speaker. Dr Cross Is a renowned Registration for Kindergarten will ,H1"....' .Ift"f, "S
and author take place at the school the week of.May '. ,
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Dinner on the grounds will be serVed -lS from'' 7:30 until 3 p.m.; I '" .! ,!

at 12:30 p.m. There will be 'Children are to be five years of age I .. : ,: : ,.
regular evening services beginning by Sept. Lit is very important to be I ',' ', ''i, j : ..;
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,, _. ... i ita '. celebrate welcome this to the special community occasion..to' : .," ;:, Oar f8 nJ'@tt[ > (G1@U@ (Q@f) }@n@TI! ) ::<:,':,:':;; :./,".:' :""i," ,

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Starke Church of is E/em./
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Evan Denmark 422 N. St. Clair St., John P. Spratnn, Starke'" : : (g@UiiiJmro@J! Ji)@lr Ba4b! J @ @Ui1@WtIDn .' '\ .:: ,

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Celebrates '1st B'day' {' :')'\;: ,
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JoAnn Evan Denmark'Denmark,was'son the of Ron guest and of School 25-29 MenusApril 'Spring Sent/ Home Pictures i. ,,., Schedule of Events : r', .$';' \'' ., *"'"\ :' $' ,\'\.' :'"$\, .",....,',

honor Saturday and-Sunday, April Starke Elementary'students took *') \ '" '
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Bradford Elem.&Middle ; [ '
9-10, as he celebrated his first birthday -' home a spring picture package for 'I 'o;( .:'t" \ \
", 'M fruit_.mUK.?! Hot dog on bun.,eased Deans,cole ala W, parents to view and purchase if they Shriners kick it all offvith ,fej : :" ': ,
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Over SO guests Joined him in this Tuesday Fried cluck. nee* gravy,.!puttered desire. Inside the child's packages is : :. ; / >
,celebration, including two great-, green peas app lasauCe.KM roll, mil a price list for the entire package ata : \ "
and' Wednesday galisDurjr. lean,mashed potatoes* DANCE,1, \; : ),\.1: .. : .
grandmothers, Mrs. Lois Carter I biscuit. cost of $19.50 or individual picture STREET ,
Deans banana pudding, ,
Y green ,
travy "
Mrs.. Morrell Clemons, both of mui. prices as folows:' one 8x10 color I I :,.':'; t'i; ,' \ ., :' I II'
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Lawtey, his grandparents, Mrs.-: Thursdays CMekni a flea cberte nil, tossed group photo for $6 or one 5x7 color '' '1))';(' : ,I'h .

Mary Ball and Mr. and Mrs Roy 'salad, Iran Manager's ertap. Hot Choice roll, milk.Frtdajrt I).,.. portrait and 5 color wallet pictures Friday Night 7:3O'p.m..';' til ;,?" ;v. : ":"."':"'," ,,*:4ft." f I'.'.'
Meredith from Jacksonville.The lot $8 or one 8x10 color portrait for$8 .' ."". "' .' 'I" "
Mickey Mouse theme was car' Bradford High School Parents may purchase pIctures' : Ii' '
rled out both days with decorations,. through Friday, Apr 29 by sending a : ; : ; : .
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nee green. ,
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favors and a' gIant MIckey Mouse Deans M.ndayi peaches Salisbury, not roll, flute gravy. check for pictures'made payable to I 'Saturday: ', ': s"$;, ?.&' ,;, ? .

cake. The birthday boy enjoyed his Tuesday i Sloppy Joe on Dun,later tots,fruit cup. Starke Elementary. Parents not ,;, ,.!,-t' :'i i'., '. .
own miniature Mid ken Mouse cake. cookie miut. wishing to purchase all or part of the %' ,':. '' :)' ::1.' ,

Wednesday gravy Buttered Baaed green turkey peas,sweet mUlled potato potatoes pII.11oIoro'la. package to school.are asked to return the pic, '10:00a.m.: :. ,Shriners'' Parade .. "', >, 'Ki': "' .:,,j; )Vff( li\j1:\|'yiRibbon |:'" ;/-' .
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'Terrific'' Kids*;Named Tuesday,,num.pineapple Hamburgron cake mil*bun. ,trench Ines,'coleslaw '10:30: ,.a.m., ,. i' ', Cutting Ceremony. '. ; ::",i'r I, ,:',", '\it. /; ?,'1*Jt'"I'l\lIi''IJ'S'I'IS:\;)) ; ;\ i (}/,;\::' ;l'' :

;At Lawtey, Hampton Friday Managers choice day. 10:45, :' am2:00;,: : p.m, Inter, Agency,Council, ,. ,Family: ,,.., i( :;' ;')\ )(,, :V"' ,(' ,lj&: ii M\ ';:' : :r: "
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AiaCarte''Monda \ ;
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B, aoker SchoolsThe '. trench. "t."t' ,', ,';" ":; ,I! 1 Booths. Entertainment, Etc; \ ,; :: '; ::;(' "i' } ,; ( 'P. ;I,,t .
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''following students were OX. milluuiakea.Tvesdayt '\ : : : : :i'. : \} .
Hamburgers, per eomdog, Irencn :' :': .::;\., . : I
recognized as "rerrtfic'' Kids of the fries,".J., .............. ; House'I' :
Month at Brooker Hampton and W.......', Pina hamburger. condos,french 2:30.: 4:30 p.m. ,Merchant's..Open. :
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Lawtey, Elementary. The teacher-'; fries, muunakea.O.J.'Taendayt '," ". ,'
chosen students were recognized on CneeseBurgerscomdog. trench Every million years an entire thin : '; Each merchant on Call Street will offer you" ]
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Ines milkshakes.Froayf surface 'layer of the Moon's soil Is

receive a announcements recognition of achieve-by TV,, Caen day students. "nave day.choice.' at allOt lunch, turned over 100 time by meteor- the. opportunity to visit. their. .! store or, office, :

ment certificate, a free meal fromMcDonald's salad bar or a-la-carte..- Ites that land on the planat. ? to tour.. Refreshments, will be, served.Green ""L I .
and their pictures are. .

displayed on a schoolwide bulletin ,, '. .' ,,"', '. "
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board Congratulations in each; school.to ,all lucky winners -, THANK YOU! '5:00 p.m:, 1\ ., .Backs Auction at Santa fe :","?'''' ';" ; ,.:. : "
Let's the good work'until : :
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June 3! ." .: .Community, College on the f. front steps.. .Ji;:, .' .t
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Kindergarten-Sean Wiggins and 7:30yp.m.. .... Battle of the Bands:, ,:: ,' '
5:3O-- : ." \ 'j., ,,j. ,.; ; 1\ ', ,
,Johnny Ist-Krista Fuqua .. '
Hodges;; I, 1
''Rivers 2nd-.John I. 'e; '" bands from Bradford Higl'j ,
and Dusty ; Bradford & < "',:' :: :; : High School I' (

McMillan 4th-Bobby; Howard 3rdRandee.Varnum; 5th-Julie. Collins ;-. ,A11residents.of:; ,, i'1;, ,...I\,;)i\ I.I.;'. \tv\ ":, :. \ School.Union County High School. ;:;","';;' :

Chansse; 6th RIvers--Stacy and Young Shaun; Muse PE--; surro.unJing"counti s ':'for '\,., .: :'iif.:; ":jt!, ,.", : ,i Keystone 'Heights HighSchool': and, "SKAUgustine. : -
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Waters-Melissa Kyle. making:our' Grand ,Openinga a, '. I'':'i ',' '. '" High School.will perform In ;
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Brooker Terrific Kids... ,+,; .' :'- concert.; _
Kindergarten-Jennifer Cone; 1st- successful event. '

Justin Hogg; 2ndJamesFoster; '
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3rd-Stephanie Clark; 5th-Ryan, : Gas Employees 'Street '
Mason; PE-Wendy Williams Jessie ':' 'Sawyer, 8:30 p.m. til ?? Dance. : r
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Lawtey Terrific KidsmKindergartenAshley Plus possibilityof.:. .... ,. "I.., '- w>? baa.h, :.M\; :' .' "
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Gaskins Specialthariks. to all those : t io. .....' \ .I\o:! <'. .::1 ;,,: \ )," i< \ ;,: '( :'
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Crawford Ist-Ledezman : ,;'Skydivers"k'' \ !' ''I,: ',: {!..; ; !,,:',' c"Iri'i" ,, j 'r :;i (r" : : ; '"
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Johnson Kristy Fisdburn Knsteen; ,Moorhouse 2ndManlyelleBolin and whop;;sent'flowers and just f: f'"' '> i : 'National"Guard_ : Displays of, \J; !, ',': ;<'(..C'/,,; ; ?; ,, ; : ;tl'i.'I'f" ;:

Esther Massey; 3rd-Sarah i ou'r'ne' 1 't'' Helicopters' and Other.: Equipment "" .;..:: ; :" )>';'*" I'' : "
Cowart,. Beth stopped by. to see n'; ,'.1 '. : ,.;;.',,'. LBf d \\ '
Samantha ;
,.. Slater Bennett; 4tn-Sandra Crews Erika store: \\iJ\," ,i.\. **, "' ., i'" ,"," '". '', r, .' ,. ,, ''' ,,' ', >.,...,>.("i'." I,,' ;, .::.'' *\ ...,k., ,.. .Much, Much. More to Come ,;;;*1Ff? : .,,,., ," ,'\.'
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.'" "" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH NOTICE OF INTENTION' REQUEST FOR BIDS' "" NOTICE OF INTENTION NOTICE OF MULTIPURPOSEHAZARDOUS

, \' ;' (i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND TO REGISTER 'The City el Uwtey will be taking bld.',' TO REGISTER NOTICE OF INTENTION WASTE fACILITYSITE
\>' ,,, i ; <( FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME for Grophofype and Addressograph FICTITIOUS NAME TO REGISTER DESIGNATION
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\ ,, Pursuant to Section Pursuant ''to Section 865,09 Florida Pursuant to Section 37 of Chapter
\ J Cos. No 18-77.CAWayne 865.09 Florida Machine (used to type ,and print on. ,, FICTITIOUS NAME ,
.:. ', '( Carroll WIlcox) Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the ,metal card) Statutes, notice is hereby given. that the Pursuant to Section MS,09, Florida 83-310' laws ,of Florida, and Section
., IN RE'FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOWING undersigned Jesse j. Calllnsworth, lit. If you, would ,like. to bid on:,Mies. undersigned Judy Cunningham, f,O. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th. 403.7265(2)( )(.), Florida Statutes, the Environmental -
," ,, DESCRIBED;: PROPERTY 4", Bon )M. Itll.....,, and Jehu A. Col- machines, tend your sealed bid to City Box '11 keystone\ Heights Fla. 32 U. undersigned, Mark 1. Floyd. 2122 N.W., Regulation CommissionERC
( -On. ((11 Remington;Model 760. .308 llnswerth Rt. 4, lox Ill. Sta"" ., fl., of lawtey P.O. Drawer G, lavrley Fla. sole owner, doing business under, the 44 PIece, Gainesville, Fla 32MM., sole ( ) Is required to designate a site fore
\" : : Caliber Rifle, S/N with end BUI Johnson lit, 4, Box ill Itll.....,, '32038, by May 2, 1988. firm name of Lady Bug Florist 1009 i, owner doing business under the firm, multipurpose hazardous waste facility.
;, mounted Tosco 3x9x32 B7094046., Fla.,, joint owners, doing business under For further Information ,call ((904)) Water St, Starke, Florida 3Z091,Intends name of A Leek Dec/Gator Leek C*., 353 On March 17, 1988 at e public hearing In
'-One ((1)) scope Model the firm name of THI INSTALLERS,. 782.34S4 and ask for Queen Robinson, to register said fictitious name under the, North Temple Avenue Starfce, Fla. Jacksonville the designated a site In
Remington 370; .12gouge
shotgun S/N W4357S1M carpet,vinyl, tile, 1644 S. Walnut St., (US City Clerk. aforesaid, statute 3201, Intends to register sold fictitious Union County as the recommended
-Three ((3)) .308 1Nine 301) 5)), Storke, Florida 32091 intends to 4/21 2tehg 4/28 Dated this 31 tt day 'of March AD.. name under the aforesaid statute tion for such a facility.
'" ((9)) 3" Magnum cartrIdges Buckshot Shells, ,register sold fictitious name under the Control 0670 1988, 'In Bradford County. Dated this 1st, day of April, 1986 in, The Union County site Is located onapproximately
Two aforesaid statuteDoted 3314tehg42tControl / Bradford County. 320 acres In the
((2)) Handheld -'
YOU AND EACH Flashlights.OF YOU this 14th day of April 1988 'In' --- !, 0648 4/7 4tpd 4/28 Southeast quarter of Section 32 of
notified are hereby Bradford County. Florida \T "NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 1 Control 0652 Township 4 South and Range 21 East The
that the above described property 412Hlpc5112! ) ,NOTICE I I' hereby given that I, Dolph -' ---- site Is located on the West side of State
has .
been seized under and by virtu Control 0671 E. Reddish at sheriff of Bradford County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Road 121 about two and one-half miles
of Chapter 372. as amended and 'Is Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE OF APPLICATION north of Ralford Florida.
,now In the possession of the Board of, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Execution. to.witExecution : FLORIDA On 4/13/88. MARIO PENNES!, Route ,, A copy of the ER<:'o Order In this matter -
County Commissioners of the County EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Issued out of County Court Civil Division Box 103 Stork,, Fie 3201, mad. application Is available for public Inspection during .
'notified and you and 'each of you; are hereby IN AND FOR BRADFORD of Bradford County, Florida, pursuant to Case No 86.173 for water use permit 2.88.00041 I normal business. hours 8:00: a.m, to
that a petition under said COUNTY FLORIDA. a Final Judgment for Edmond D (Sonny) FLORIDA'NATIONAL BANK, for an overage daily ,withdrawal of 5.00 p.m., Monday through Friday. except .
chapter hat been filed In the, Circuit Case No 88-22 CP Tenly, Jn and Virginia E. Tenly of Stark., Plaintiff, 0.0001 million, gallons per day from legal holidays, at the offices of the
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In 1.3902'RE Florida, and against Steven Mattyoslc, vs ground waters located In Section I 18, Division of Waste Management Department
;and foe Bradford County ,Florida seeking ; The Estate of and Dorothy Matiyasic defendant, In ALMA J. ':THOMPSON: Township 07 South Rang. 22 East, Brad. of Environmental Regulation 2600
the forfeiture ol the said property WALTER MIKE KLIP, 'the, amount of $55000 together with" ford County Florida for, water utility Blair. Stone Road Tallahassee. Florida
and you are hereby directed and required Deceased ,cost of collection, O.I.ndanl.NOTICE OF SALE uses, 32399-2400, and at the Northeast District
to file your claim. If any you NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Have seized and hove in my possession NOTICE I Is hereby given that, pursuant Written objection or comments on Office. 3426 Bills Road 'Jacksonville,
have, and show cause, on or before May administration of the Estat.of the following described personal to the Final Judgement entered Case 1hls application may be filed with the Florida 32207,
9, 1988 If not personally served with WALTER MIKE KLIP Deceased, File No, property to-wlt. Number'. 86.173, In the Circuit Court of, Governing Board of the Suwonnee River A person whose substantial Interests
I" process herein,and within twenty ((20)) 88.:22,CP, Is bending in the Circuit Court 1979 Chevrolet Pick.Up truck Bradford County, Florida I I' will sell the, f Water Management',District, !Route 3, are affected by this action may petitionfor
,' "iff/ .' days from personal service If personally for Bradford County Florida. Probate VIN No. CO.249F3O2797 ., property situated in Bradford County,. Box 64, live Oak. Ft 32060, until 9/16/88' on administrative "Searing ,in. occor
\ served with process herein, why the said Division the address, of which Is Brad As the property of the above named Florida, described at Itchg 4/21 dance ,with Section 1 120.57 Florida
property should not be forfeited pur. ,ford County Courthouse. Stark., Florida defendant and that on Monday the 25th PARCEL. 2: South ''A 'of Lot 19 except,, Control! 0677 Statutes Th. petition must conform with
Suont to said chapter. Should you loll to ,32091, day of April 1988 at two clock on said ROW, and North 50 feet of Lot 30 except the requirements of Chapters 17*103 and
tile claim as' herein directed judgment The names and' addresses of the personal day on ,the premised of the Bradford ROW of Section 18, Township S South, AUCTION NOTICE 28.3, Florida Administrative Code and
wilt be entered herein against! you In representative and the personal, County Jolly ord, twill offer for sale and Rang. 22 East, as per map or plot of NOTICE Hereby given that on'Mon must b. filed (received) In the Office of
,,, ,,due cour... Persons not personally servd representative S attorney or. set forth sell to the highest bidder for cub In 'Woodlawn, recorded In Plat Book No. T. day May':2.9M-ol 10)00 clock A,M,, General Counsel of the Department at
'"I'! with process may obtain a copy of the below hand, the above described property of page 17, ol the public record of Bradford the undersigned.Color, ': Frelghtways 2600 Blair Stone Road, Twin Towers Of.
petition for forfeiture filed herein from ., All Interested persons ore required to said defendanf), satisfy,the aforesaid County, Florida,, 'containing 9,496 Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at flee Building, Tallahassee, Florida
the undersigned Clerk of the Court. file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON Execution. ," acres. more or less". '2600 Lloyd Rd, Jacksonville Fla, 32399.2400, within :2T days of receipt of
WITNESS my hand and the seal of the, THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Dolph E. Reddish PARCEL 3: lots '30, 31 and 34 In One lot of native wood, consigned to this notice for those receiving notice by
above mentioned Court at Starke. Bradford NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Sheriff WoodIo'n per plat thereof) in Plat Book Tiffany Homes, Bonito Springs, Fla. mall, or within 21 days of publication of
: County Florida this MARCH ,31, and ((2) any objection by an interested Bradford County Florida 1. page 17 of the public.records of Bradford to satisfy freight and storage ,charges, this notice for those not receiving notice
.o 1988 person to whom notice was mailed that 3/31 4tchg/2t: County, Florida, EXCEPT the North under !the provisions of Section 4b( ) of by mall, Failure to file, a request for a
," GILBERt. BROWN, Clerk challenges the qualifications of the perSonal Control '"" Cothy Hlgglnbothom, representative, venue, or jurisdiction 30 lying West of SR 225.A, In Section' 18, 14 806167 dtd :2/4/88 constitute a waiver ol any such right
J Deputy Clerk of the Court Township 5 South, Range\ 22 East, Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc.Carrl.r. such person may have to request a hearIng .
4l3tchg421Conlrol Alt CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 'J FREE at public sale,,' to the highest, bidder for under Section' 12057 Florida
i:: 0654 'SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED, ? cash,'at the door of the Bradford County ,41:21': 2tchg4/28 Statutes, /(,
.. Courthouse, In Starke, Florida at II,00am
", ) Publication of this Notice has begun EXPLORING ,Control 0675 Itchg 4/21
on April 21, 1988.Attorney GOD'S WORD (" 6n the 19th day, of May. 1988, I Control 0673
GILBERT. BROWNs
NOTICE Of INTENTION
for Personal
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,, TO REGISTER R. A. GREEN A, BIBLE STUDY
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FICTITIOUS NAME By Cathy
'J" "I' \ P.O.Drawer 938 Bible Course !Is in ,
The .
";'( '::1;" ,,';" .'' .' ; Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Starke. Fla 32091 taught your ," Deputy Clerk
Yth,1'f( :' : "" "' Statutes, notice Is that the home free of charge. I ,4l44tchgS5Cpntroi STARKE .
,\ :'; 4: I; hereby given ((904)) 964.3700 ; ; : ': y; '
,t't'J" ,!;, ;'undersigned' Robert lyndal Sapp, Sr., Personal Representative: This h a non-donominadona'siudy' I'' .",i?' : ,,' 0664 PUBLIC AUCTION
\\j '1 : "I' ":," Route 1. Box 979. Stark., Florida 32091, CAROL CARTER, based only on what'thus salth 1,o \\\I'\ { "'" i', CHURCH OF GOD NOTICE I. hereby given that on Friday
.:-. 'M;1,.J>1; sole owner doing business under the Rt, 2, Box 12584 word of God.*. ..":., 1 1.J,...;."";"""" I 422 N. ST.' CIATJR 964-5445 May 6. 1988 of 8:30 a.m., the undersigned .
j, I. firm name of Bradford Marine. Inc.1 .*, Storke. Plo 32091 APOSTOLIC NOTICE I F.RK. Self,Storage, will sell at public,
TRUTH U.P.C. I John PastorWe
,:,,; i Route 1, Box f 7*. Stance, Fla. 32OT1. In. ((904)),964.7232 I JOHN E. CRISSMAN 'will not be' Spratlin auction (farcash at U.S, 301 South and SR
\'< ;,I/!' .f i\.\ .' tends I to register said fictitious ,name 4/21 :2tchg 4/28 782-3303 t "responsible for any,debts made by Invite you to worship with: us., 221: Unit, 24 consigned. to Jerry Rollins,
", {I't "/"i'.\ ,. "'''I under the aforesaid statute.' Control 0612"I ''anyone. but himself, as of April 11,1988. Attended Nursery 4/21 2tchg4/28
!:.. ,,',' : :.Ylt; Dated this 24th day of March.1988, In ) 1 '.. I, ReV. Emr"ett'Bright ,1 4)43tpd428ConlrolO66't: Sunday School ", ...;.,.; lOam, Control 0676, '
"," !,ii'f. Bradford County, ; { To schedule your home bible( Morn'ng Worship .,,,,, f'''' Ham
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I Another Good Year for .Fair is .Reported, Over 30,000 Attended EventIt ,


,Was another good Bradford, pshcy:: of one ticket per ride,and his price of I 1 admission will also be retained John Miller said the flags would be be incinerated.Burning refuse is the, the IT-CAP organization awaits an.
County Fair, Association President offering of new rides has kept/'Iin\.ln The aim is to keep this fair provided at cost if Ms. Chastain wave,of the future Connelly told order from the Department of Environmental
Ray Norman reported at a meetingof business with the local fair,Norman affordable as family entertainment, would head the drive Chamber officials.' Regulation making UM
the Board of Governors of the said.Plus Norman said. Connelly said another reason for selection of the Ellerbee Curve site
Starke-Bradtord Chamber of Commerce Gregory builds good will by Raiford the official publias-
opposing the Raiford site is that the north of
last Friday, April IS, ,in the buying pigs and steers in' the July 4 Plans... has Waste Report..* waste could be burned closer to ed site lor Florida' hazardous
.. Board Room of the Starke Center of livestock, sales.Gregory also provided There will be a July 4 celebrationin Darrell O Neal,the county's direc- where the most of it is created,south' waste treatment plant. From the
SI'CC. a fancy golf cart for Fair Starke this year tor of waste services,'and Med Con of 1-4. publication date respondents, such
From 28,000 to 30,000 personswaJJl.ed Manager Wally Ingram to negotiatehis "It's blossomed into a very large nelly reported on their trip to South Both Connelly and O'Neal as the U-CAP group,have 21 days to
through the gates of the 21st way on inspection trips of the fair affair.: said Committee ,Chairman Carolina to Inspect.a hazardous reported the S.C. operation appears answer the siting, said attorney
annual county fair, ticket sales indicated and midway ,Nelson Green Jr.. waste treatment facility clean and that S.C.officials say it is Hobbs who is donating his time to
,Norman reported The good Norman says the midway area Activities,Including parade,and 4V4 times smaller than the hazardous safe. A chemical spill occurred at a UCAP.Hobbs.I..
weather, a' larger midway area, the will be extended northward for the many actitlvies such as three-legged waste treatment plant planned Chemical plant near the hazardous said the U-CAP,group is,
livestock area, and local 'crafts, 1989 fair Gregory had 10 rides on the races are being planned for the north of Raiford, the SC. plant; is at waste facility recently, which caus- putting together a reponse, and will
,were credited by local fair officIals side hot operating which"cost him downtown area. The celebration will Robuck, S.C., about 'three miles, ed the evacuation of an elementary request a formal administrative
with bringing In the crowd. money,Norman said. move to the football field for from Spartanburg. Plant officials school but the spill was not con- hearing.
Norman reported the Fair Fair Association representativestalked fireworks Green said said the S.C,plant emits less cancer' nected with the hazardous waste "Vea. I'm told our procedure will
Association has extended the con- to other midway operators, Donations are needed to finance causing dioxyns than one home treatment plant. stay the state process"said Hobbs,
tract for the midway operation Norman said, but all negotiated to the celebration.' fireplace. Connelly said, however, O'Neal reported Spartanburg answering a question.
another three years to Ed Gregoryof ,charge two tickets for some rides,as Evelyn Chastain said she didn he couldn't prove that statement. County,S.C.,which has a population,
United Shows, who has had the is the practice at other fairs.As longas want to be chairperson of the drive, Connelly said the reason to oppose of 280,000, has no zoning regulationsin See Fairin1 ...
contract for the past eight years, it possible, Norman said, the but suggested that flags be flown by the hazardous waste facility is the place but does have extensive .
Gregory's clean midway operation, Bradford. fair will continue .the downtown merchants and that The traffic it would impose on a rural development regulations. .fA
-the fact -that he's. willing to-keep policy of one ticket per ride. The Office Shop provide the flags.at cost. area, not because the waste would Attorney Johnny Hobbs reported
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2'Blow'Dryers @ $20. ea '

'The Boot Store Green. Backs 5Cu IinRIrons@$6.ea.

1 Haircut & Blow'dry @ $15.00

and AuctionSaturday 1 Perm ((5)), $40. ,

Starke, Shoe Repair '
Cetndars'-hear' .
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5:30: p.m. Complete Dog/Cat/ PKG., '


', Merle Norman Studios : Leash Collar.' $25 $20. 'Cat Scoop Pan ,

; The'way this auction works Food.Value Value ,. Litter'' Iii

4 118 SJhompsonSt. 964.7355 is, that All participating '. : FIcos. r 0-% Off ': Flea Collar Collar ';'

merchants will begin a promotion on ..2 Dishes W/Funnymoney Food'Color&WardrQbeAnaly'si

,April '15.. 11 I PAWS I '
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5 Removatron Hair Removal Woman: '
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S'olana Suntan Bed "to" State Farm is there. ...
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Woman"Nail this MQIR'TfFIMIIIIAMS' / ,
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Full Servic'' -, Owner,,'' you. ,get 10 in Green, ,. Backs. 119 Wilnut Offlc* Bo StoMtPOM 1117 ., r ,

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4w.y --6) ', ,'"" ":""&R,$,1-m1<,,",R1, :: by individual merchants. Foroim.or.a..r..o..a. ,-. ......... ........-. ...... _.. '
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remote, ,
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telephones"'and other items. 4'
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Purchasing Items "'at, .the SMITH. BROTHER SWINTEC>CORONA ANYTELEPHQNE ..


AUCTION May 14th 10 %' OFF' ,IN STOCK ,iumTBD

10% 'OFF ANY Office 'Furniture In Stoc t1Rfl'

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Roofing of Jacksonville is the apparent buildings and the middle, school, The six bids were turned over to
toI low bidder on re-roofing must be paved, Supt. Jim Duncan' architect Drivas to evaluate. Drivas
Phase I .of the Bradford-Union Vo- noted. said he expected no trouble with the
tech Center low bid, telling the board Southeast
"We got excellent bids, guys. Roofing Is one of the biggest roofing
I The price is some$35,000 below the :.There"are a lot of hungry people out firms in Jacksonville.
,'estimate of$150,000 to$160,000 by architect there;' architect Dnvas told the
Spiros Dnvas, whO was extremely school board Why Drivas
pleased with ,the saving. wondered, did a re-roofing Job he bid The other bids were: Perry Roofing
The re-roofing Job also includes the in Jacksonville the previous week Gainesville 1120,120;, North
dry storage area at Starke Elementary. come at $6.Z5'per square foot, and Florida Construction, Inc.,
these come in at 2.50? Drivas saidif Gainesville $129,500; Barber RoofIng
he'd been asked last week these ,Jacksonville 129,900; Stephens
bids would be that low, he'd have bet Roofing, Jacksonville, $139,654;
Dnvas said the saving will enable, his entire, year's salary they O'Neal Roofing Lake City,144,725;
the board to do more paving, or wouldn't have. Register Construction Co.;Jackson-

more walkways, than previously "qh, .. If ,we'd only thought of ville, $$147,900 Marlon Service,
planned. The1' area behind the' vo- hat." tPBsed Ronrd Member Evelyn Ocala, $152,169.




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.., Rain or Shine Our Low Prices

Cast of Characters....
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Meet the cut ol the upcoming production by the Bradford Repertory Art Theatre of Nell Simon. ....-. "Barefoot i Make Everyday' ./
In the Park,. ,l-r t *,

The comedy ", 111 be prorated on April 2', 29, and 30th and on May 5,'6 7.13,13 and 14th will. .howtlme. of :15
pin eacb nlgfit j A'Sunny Day
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From left to right: Anna Marie Klrfcpatrlck* "Corie Br.tler', Pat CRawford a* '...uIBr.Uer. Don Neal a* "Vktor
Vebuwo.and Comuelo Dodge. "Mother. ,
Advance tlckteti are available at.various merchant In Starte. PRICES BEGIN THURS.. APRIL 21ST''
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Mini-Retreat... .Mock Debate.,,;' and there was no Bill of Rights. zoo' .Fleischmann's Gilbey's a Smirnoff.80 PROOF
A miru-retreat to plan goals and The Bi-CerUennial Committee McFadden is presently lining up a'cast Gm :
is of Characters AwAV Gin Vodka
objectives of the .Chamber' for the LArL ,

next 1, 3,5 years is being planned 'planning a mocK debate on whetheror Job Fair... 1.75 LITER LITER 1.75 LITER
but C-of-C officials are finding it difficult not Florida should ratify its Con- rR5Mtq a -
to come up with a date which stutlon, said Dr. Bernie McFadden. A Job Fair is set May 19 at Brad | |J JL1.Y5 7.59 1 12.99
to.come with dill'ercnt The debate is planned in May. It ford High School from 8:30 to 11:30:
a date, one 'i
that does not conflict will be built around Federalist andAntJ.ederahst .a.m., reported Med Connelly. 5?
with the' \JF
Dr. There is room for 55 employers,
,Gator football games. arguments, "
McFadden said. And women were There are Job opportunities with -
'doesn't'conflict. not treated equally (with men) in the Bradford County industries and i 4'I t; joss
:The Chamber officers were asked tirst Constitution,' he pOinted .out, tusmesses.Connelly! said, I ]

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Dark Eyes .B d. Rum
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project which SPIRIT COOLERS Af, NOv
i renovated historic' Call Street is, 80 PROOF PUERTO RICAN I -ISLAND PEACH '
Completed reported John Miller?; VODKA ""-" AMBER-SILVER 'a '.KEY LIME
r chairman of ,the'' Chamber's, LITER ':.( l Rnh ,.FRUIT MEDLEY
Downtown Progress Committee.'' LI.TER '4-PAK'' IkCARDI

cost Trash$12,000: cans-and and are being benches paid which lor by .5.99 7. 77 .. 12 oZ.LS,4: 59'
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Carolyn Autry said.


,\I .. Golfers Record Battles
Set '
F, :, I- Zoo I Lord Calvert Canadian ,M & Iames
BH.-> shot a'school'record i49, four B '
'over par; in beating Palatka High .iAU aFrUND AwAVh Canadian MistLtTgR WINE COOLERS

last Thursday on the Starke Golf .& $ 12 OZ. N.R., BTLS.
.Country Club course. CUlli 750 ML., :
,. In the record round'' Ed Douglas,
.1, ., I.. j' and Mark Murray_Doth shot'even par 5.79 ,; 7.99 iW2.99'\
,f,' 36'5. Link Bishop shot two over par
'38, and David Elder had a 39. CALVEIn
Tuesday, April 19, BHS beat Mid- uon.. ) Mlih_

dlcburg High by 28 strokes, 1SS-18J
on the Starke course. In the Mid-
dlcburg match Ed Douglas was low
'medalist with ,a one-over-par. '37,
David Elder and Link Bishop each

,shot 39, and Mark Murray 40. Early Ancient Age (pACribari
BUS 10-4, had a match Wednes-
day, April 20, with' Buchholz m.Gamesville Times (IIn>?IMfs EXTRA DRY
Today I thursday April BLENDED WHISKEY --- CHAMPAGNE'BOURBON
I ;m BHS has a tri-matcn with Clay 1.75 LITER .'wit ML. sRa a
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l 'I1 ,,.l,r-.1C, I" -- ,.. ... Golf & Country Club course. 11.99 6.99 =='h 2.99 ..
'The District 4 Golf Tournament
Contest Winner... 'with 'all classifications lumped CASE OF 12 34.95

Photographer Cathy Wooley of Starke turned professional a few yean ago and together is set next Thursday, April
28, at Palm Coast; BHS should be in
results have been .
u you can ice, spectacular ,
the for the title, Coach Ambassador .
I down with her In the content at the Bradford running says
Cathy winning entry photo ''
Mike Sexton. About five teams have s Lauder'sScotch Taylor
8 Yr. Old
,County Fair.; a good shot at it and BHS is one of 86 d CALIFORNIA
The photo 1. of last years Strawberry: Queen Tammy Morrow and earned, them Sexton says. The other four Scotch v CELLARS
Cathy the Crand Prize at the Fair., teams are Flagler St.Augustme. : (
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I .Pedro \Carter Named to Jr:, Team 'Florida 15.95 -_. 11.49, = 5.99

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'1987-88 Bradford High basketball elimination to trim the squad from of an original 300,.the coach says.
team Is one elnunation step away 30 to IS players will be earned out at
from being selected to be a Jr.Team the University of Tampa."It's a Coach Simpson is also an assistant
Florida an underclassman high pretty high honor to be in the final 30 coach for ,Or Team Florida. The Black Label Coors Beer,
school basketball team sponsored by players," points out Coach Simpson. team Will play other AAU teams all Busch &
the AAU (American Athletic Union),. BHS basketball players ,John over the southeast and in Florida, 11-11 REG. ,\ '
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD uwo, De. --y, an.a. r>tio
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE. DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION''
Court No. 06O-C1v.J-16 File Number 88-24-CP
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. i Division I-3903.
Plaintiff, IN RE: ESTATE OF
'vs EMANUEl KLEINMAN
MICHAEL E. SOUTHERLAND, ,Deceased. .
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
D.f.ndantl.NOTICE. Of SALE" administration of the estate of
Notice I* h.r.by given that pursuantto EMANUEL KLEINMAN;' deceased' File
Final Judgment .nf.r.d on March Number 88-24-CP. I Is pending In the Circuit .
23, 1988 by Ih. above ntltlwi Court In Court for Alochua County. Florida
1 the above styled cause, the undersigned Probate Division the address of which Is
United States Marshal or any of hit duly 'Alachua County Courthouse,
authorized deputies will sell the proper. Gainesville, Florida. Th. names and od-
''fy situate In Bradford County. Florida dr....* of the personal' representativeand '
,described 0.: the personal' representative's attorney -, '
Lot 7, Block)3. Southgate Replat. oa ore set forth below. I .
per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, "Interested person are required to .
Page 1 of the public record of Bradford file with this court WITHIN THREE MON.! ,
County Florida 'THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ,
,ot public outcry to ?the highest and NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate
hour of 12:00 and ((2)) objection by on Interested
bet bidder for cash at the any
o'clock noon on May:It. 1988 al the front person on whom this notice was served . CUP THIS COUPON ._ ,_ -; ,CUP THIS COUPON -.- I-
door entrance of the Bradford County that challenges validity of the will,
Courthouse. at Stork., Florida. 'the qualification of the personalrepresentative FISH & FRIES $2.00 I FISH & FRIES $2.00
Dated:Apr1411,1988 venue,or {jurisdiction of
Richard L.Cox:Jr. the court. rWo tender fish fillets .french I,
M Two tender fish fillets french ,
United State Marshal ALl CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 4. VrM T"M
Middle District of Florida 'SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. g fries and two hush puppies. Ca OLdlU. JUSOfferaplfMMqrS. I fries,and two hush puppies. Ca'tam' JLW5OlTvxpinM I.

Dorothea Bean. Publication of this Notice' has begun .19M.Nat food etb m Mhir ? nlace. A *
21 1988.Personal
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AMI Representative spout**dI 'i rnt(rt|.rw1iclialiii. Cape D'a.) / pvetal or discount(M p tiriMiing Onrt.1)0.) .
Plaintiff
for
"4ehg9ia.) ,, J. KleinmanP. .. . CUP THIS COUPON . _i mm m m CUP THIS COUPON . .:,
Control 0647 .O. Box 6
./ Breaker, Fla. $2.00' U FISH & FRIES 2.00 .
y' Attorney for Personal Representative: FISH & FRIES .
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I '<{' BBS Falls to Williston ." 11,, ..:'7 I IF

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ur errors,'3 walks, and 2 hit bat, clearing double scored McNeal, Williston tut BHS pitching pretty
i' ters cost the Bradford High nine the Long, and Carver 'good, Coach Zuraff points. plus the
'. lead and led an 11-7 loss to Williston With Berry ''at second catcher errors. .
High on the Tornado diamond Monteday ''Randal PolK was admitted on an er- Losing pitcher was Lewis 1-5.
Aprt118. ror on the first baseman and Berry' Williston has. good Class; 2A,
Z a That type of play has been fOllow. ,scored on the run. Polk stole second team, and has won about 14 games
I I r + ing BHS aU year. The BHS ,nine Is .and scored on a Tim Lewis RBI this year, and have been ranked, In
1 J toYour're now -10-l with two regular season single for a 5-2 BHS lead. the top 10. "They're not bad. You
games left. Williston tied the game 9-5 in the can't afford to make errors,with
BUS plays Gainesville High at 7 third with three The first batter was them," Coach Zuraff said.
pn today Thursday, Apnl 21) hit by a pitch, the second batter The BUS mistakes are from young
here at BHS Friday,. Apnl 22,. the doubled him home. The third batter players, the coach notes. Only three
Tornadoes go to Keystone High for a was hit by a pitch;; nobody out. The BHS starters are seniors. The other
1 p.m. game. next batter was walked to load the six will be back. '
The DistrictM Tournament bases, and Coach Jeff Zuraff SHS line score ,
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starts next Tuesday,April 26,at San- brought lit Bo Hersey to replace .NMM.KM.........Ik' A 7 I I
ta Fe High at Alachua. BHS,seeded starter Tim Lewis. '. *.*F>*,. 5 1 1
last because of not playing a com- .Hersey fanned the first batter he c.d': i I I
plete district schedule will be play, faced, but the next batter doubled to -TlnUwto 1.S..f,of N 1 I I 1 .t
ing in the first game with the top drive in two runs. _Mc_.Ir, 4 J ,ITnN.
seeded team, Ocala Forest. North Williston added two more runs, to .'_.It I t
Marion is right behind Forest. go up 7-5, in the fourth on three hits. ._._..._.." .. a 1 1 I II
In the fifth Williston got four more ..... MM" .'10' __.10_ M.N..1.,T.,1.I. .
,.', The Williston Game... runs on four hits and two errors. ...,i.AN S..,,. "
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3-tor-A with a double, scored two Bruce Pollock M.D.Board
I Out... runs and had one RBI for BHS. .
BHS catcher Randall Polk get! I a runner at home In thU game agaliut< ,WUIkton this week In Starke. Shortstop Jason Johnson went
2-for-3 and scored a run. James Certified Farplly Physician
McNeal was,2-for-4 with a double
and scored a run in the 11-7 loss to,

I : Runners Perform Well at. Invitational Williston.Williston went Up 2-0 in the first on General Pediatric

three hits and a walK off BHS starter
Some local runners pertormed Sanders,Cam Ward, Spencer Smith, pionships!at the UK track Thursday, Tim Lewis. & ,Adult Medicine
'well at the 24th annual Kibuait Chan and Robert Thorpe., ran 3:44. MayS BHS scored five runs on 5 hits in .
dra Cheesborough Invitational in Steve Thornton threw .the discus BHS is preparing for the districtnow the' second to go up 5-2. James --
Jacksonville last ,saturday. 105 feet, and 'is'idle-this weekend.. The McNeal singled and moved to se- ( Hours by 1
." The meet is named alter Chandra BHS runners will taper olf their long ,cond on Travis Long single. Then
.. ,, .. CheesbOrough who was a 1984 Olympic District: Next... preparation ,the first of the week?. Jamey Carver walked to toad-the [ Appointment
gold and silver medalist m bases. Then DH John
BHS 'IS'the host, school for the Loper says. Berry's base-
,'hj. .sprints and relays.. ,Cheesborougn District 5-3A FracK Meet set fhurs- :
.:tVvt.: +1' graduated from Ribauit High in 1979 'day Apnl.28, at :* p.m. on the Tori Blue Cross & Blue Shield
and has been world class
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''!'' ." ." "'J\' Jf Since she was in high school. theI'leld, events start at 3 p.m. Ada, 'PPCPhyslcian,
;, ;" Coach George Loper started the"r'ifiltiault Running pre-iims will go at 5 p.mAll :: :?. JUDY and TUDY are tickled pink..
.?'... ,f' < Invitational bacK in 1964 finals are set to begin at 7:30 ,,
t f! when he coached there, and he ran it 'pm "''i"",4 ', IT'S A GIRL!!' ,
wJ;' for four years. : Office located behind
.J. It is an eight school district.
S-5&:*, was a non-team scoring meet.vfjBome Members are Santa Jl'eNorth \ 71bs.l 6 OX Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center
.i; of the individual',Tornado per- Marion, Ocala Forest, Ocala LAUREN NICIIOLE O'NEAL:
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',Lon Sapp placed second in the 880 Eastside,' Gainesville' High, and April,10,1988
...: 1.. (!i.With a time of 2:21 She has been ill BHS The,,nrst finishers In each '
...... ; .:.:r:.t" ,Y with Her the in flu the and mile Coach Loper- did notlift ,event. advance to the Region 2 cham- Evening & Saturday Hours Available'
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.. i;, "x";.i:'jJ30yard C low' hurdles and was fourth. .
"-.\ .' ,r"'Jjtn:; her heat,, .
,'. 1Arlceva;\: Williams ran 13.1 in the 100'lneter '
j'1 '!'j. ; i ": dash, and was'sixth In her' NEW HOURS: Monday through Friday 8-6 Saturday 8:30'-, ,
.- 'I y:;t : .'heat. Williams also:; ran a 33.2 in the' .
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Jc '- ".'.:.i1i.. i heat. Williams.'ran with a.. pulled 1988. AWFi1/ Stereo '-j IL ,.,.'
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: The BHS girls 440 yard relay team cassette2 ._ ,
Jr 1{ ran 54.9, and was tilth in its heat. wheel pkg., 2.9 4 8 PER ',.

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Arkeva Williams.
"Tonya Mitchell threw 27 feet in the,
shot and 80 feet In the discus. 1988 AM/FM/ Stereo cassette )
The BHS girls mile relay team, 'Ii r 68* '.
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Nicole Wanton, Terrr Kittles, power \ ', .r

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dash Bradford ran 67.7 and was 7th "
>\ in his heat In the 220; dash Bradlord: 1 9 8 8 AM/FM/ Stereo cassette, .
,'.. ,, ran 29,3 and was 7th in his heat. AC;tachometer, deluxe 16 .
'j, Spencer Smith ran a 44.6 in the 330 manual 1 9 8 ---. ;
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Liason with.., Professional Dance CompanyBy -T

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Murk FriedllnBCTStaff elementary school students. 'very excited about the progran
,, 1 Writer this is a very special occasion," because we have Worked with the
1"". One of the,top professional dance Dr Robertson commented. "We students here Before and the? are
", ', companies In the :South: Santa' Fe began the planning to expand this talented and enthusiastic. It shouldbe
: Community College and ,the Bradford program a little over two years ago very exciting." 1
: (I ," County School System have and now' with the effort of some ,Dance Alivel!, formerly the
'; ;, agreed to begin 'an extensive new dedicated individuals I am very Gainesville Civic Ballet, is a thriV- x
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': program that will otter students access pleased to announce the beginning of ing professional company that has ,
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I. ., ; to some of the best the field.has this unique cooperative program In toured and pertormed in 17 dillerent ""' :". "';"; ,"
.: :', to offer both ,Bradlord and Alachua Counties states under the direction of futile. ,};;\\:, '1IiiiH.,,
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; I The professional "Punce Alrvel"! ," and Skinner who are sisters. 1'' '-',
," ..:',,1,, ', company based ,In Gainesville will The program is set to begin m the 'This is truly an excellent arrangement ,, '' .
';r,'. now be regarded as S1"C'"resl.': new, school year ,ot 1988 In August lor ,both the company .ik'
" :I'' ','" 'dent: dance company" according to with, classes and an,even more exciting and the educational system" futile "
1S' : ;' Skirt: ;' Board Member Robertson, goal in mind. explained, There are so many ,opportunities Top,Performers...
.'-".' who announced the' new arrangement "One oi the'most exciting things for students in the area Kathryn DandoU (at right)and
',: i In a special luncheon m Ma me about the program is that we hope to beyond just protessional dance. It Amy Seawrig are rust t..o.I bo
;"/, and in Gainesville ,begin large,scale musical and dance opens up a broad range of talented dancer who are member
I,)!,: Dance Alive! founders and cor productions at our new auditorium possibilities. We,cant'wait to get '411 the Dance Afire!
'," I:,, .' directors Kim futile and Judy'SKinner whicit wIll|, be completed two years started. profewlona ,
,:' and the members oi|J \their company form now,' Dr. Robertson added. Both Tuttle and Skinner praised dance company which I* forming a
)I, reviewers\ and crItics' 'Alter we have that facIlity place* ,Bradford High Administrator Paula unique lU>on with Santa Fe
,: have ,called tile one ot the finest what we do is only limited by our,im Steele for her el'torts and assistancein Community College and the
I',.'. .' .anywhere in tins region, will begin' ?,agination., bringing the program here. 'Bradford County School lyitcm.
I.-: 1 working with students who wish to" "(his county has a wonderful (,Company pertormers have been
", '" explore the subject on a variety of" reputation for music and dance-witn ,frequently seen In Starke in recent
levels ranging Irom advaneetf college many talented performers* in both years in performances of the 'Nut
classes (10 high school and areas, said Judy Skinner. "We are cracker ballet at IUiS.B NEW
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, ;:'\\\J"\: 6,, Locals] Indicted in N.C. Drug Deal on."b t a,nO' at54r
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R i', ,M'i'"A'\ ,; North, Carolina grand Jury In" each of conspiracy\\ ,delivery, posses. cocaine to undercover agents. An- Ma. FEATURES. ...'1.. ',
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.f' < from the Bradford( County area, on l.ane Carter pled guilty in March were at that time charged with con- 5'! Oysters On tea I fa h 't, 'Per'dozen'.a!'tj. :.M;,,;, o.10',;$3.00. '
': I 270 counts ot drug trafficking In tu conspiracy to distribute cocaine in spiracy to traffic in cocaine, posses- One Half,Pound Shrimp Peel your own, ''' ', ,, $5.00
"i, ; ,''I! Brunswick County, /N{,'C the lederal drug investigation I ,ot, sion of cocaine and delivery of cocaine Plate Onion :
If I,>, ; Indicted were Bradford County fhey had ,been, released on Dig Rings at least: a,dozen;;;', ; .,',;?))11"{., :$2.75 '
''Y''" Larry David Andrews, :31, ot Three of the men were arrested in bond for.that charge. Chicken Wlngles,spicy, perdoien, ,.,. .*#.. !-.; 1 \.:. ., $3.00.._ .
S ,"' Ma: rue. The K f: duPont employee Nottti Carolina in December for FREE FRESH I POPCORN; % ';' ,
:I;;,, was indicted on,three count! each of allegedly trying to sell a kilogram r, .:; '
d ,,",,\" delivering and transporting more GREAT ,DRINK:PRICES r Jf "I:' .
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ii<'i : than 400 grants: of cocaine, two '
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:, ot conspiracy to tratttc DAVID BEATTYAGENCY ,' All Premium Deer 0 ''4r' A:]**'?a I .75i' "
s : Freddie Geralii Carrolt-ad-of. : : "
: .f"+,"!'"p"""I, Keystone ileigrus Carroll wiis",indicted MANAGERAuto ''All Imported Deer ', $ 'tfefiuRegular I'1' '':11$1: '75..,. ,
;1,1 ';. ";; ', on one count earn/ of possession Home, Farm Lila &> Has lilt Bar: Drinks '?,:' "ffl. I'' '?;''t.>.;,:\ 'r':' 'j

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f {frl;" ', ':, Carter was indicted ort two Counts ot :
; ," Monday & Wednesday Nights c ,
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.. ,,', ,;.. i'transporting'Stanley Schafer and possession Noeget, 66", of Starke. Florida
:': ,:" StarKe,' retired. The Jormermanager Plan Now What You'll Wear You Must Be 21 To Enter Our LoungeIf ae.'
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r r, :; Walker is New Transitional Officer "Pinched Nerves" a' ry

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\ John'W'Walker was recently promoted Walker is a native of Bradford in 1980. In 1982 he was promoted tome J 3,ShouWsf Pain 9. Pah, 'Down l.g
to Correctional Probation Officer County the son of Horace and position of correctional probation ... Muscle Spaam 10.Neck PoIn
II Transition Assistance Coordinator Esther Sanders of Starke, and the officer. !&Mjmbrwx In Hands 11,Numb Fhp..
Walker and his wife Maria have 6 Dfeztnw 12 Numb TOM
at Florida State prison late John H. Walker.
,. O-Umt A 1969 BHS graduate, Walker three children, two boys and one Find out now' whether cartful
: received an associate of arts degree girl."Walker professional ,chiropractic care can
f: This from Santa Fe Community Is a loyal and dedicated'
postion will be responsible for College relieve your aches and po Inn. Dr.
coordinating releases from Florida and 'a bachelor degree from employee with the Department of VIrgil Berry
State Prison O-Urut with outside Florida State university, Corrections and we expect bigger MOSt INSURANCES ACCEPTED
agencies which provide help' in Walker has worked with the Division and better things from him in the '..-. -,
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other needed services. The releases, beginning as a corectional officer, Walker on his current promotion,

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,Concert Standing Room Only ,
The Melrose Fine,Arts program .' -

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,Methodist ChurCh. Playing for a ,i APRIL 21, 27 1988 .
standing room only, crowd, at the J1'ziz.2tze
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Church Pipe Organ, Reverend .
Hickman' delighted the 'audiencewith : t -
renditions, from' Buxtehude, I STORE HOURS TM'' '
Bach. Walther Bridge Rowley
Karg-Elert and Reger. f MONDAY SATURDAY
Several area music notables were
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were Protessor Willis Bodine professor
for organ music and organist'for : ,

the University of, Florida; :. SUNDAY .
Organist and Music Director '
Gainesville Holy Trinity David Ben- : GOOD IN THE WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
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musical plays with area youth which CHECK IN TOGETHER FOR H
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,She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in BEFOREYOU BETTER HEALTH CARE MOVIES ,

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'young lady perform:Although she is CHEESE SHOP FEAST or UNSCENTED REGULAR Of HONEYNUTCHEERIOS
hardly tall enough to reach the I PIZZAS SAttwtenWE '
pedals Erika Ludwig will play the v.,;I TIDE DETERGENT t _

Trinity Pipe Organ. After Erikas, -:- 2' $600 "'
.performance everyone will be aSk- % '. h fOI 5221
'
.
ed to share ,refreshments' at the *
Parish Hall.London ., ....o o .' 42-oz. $179WHiTI. 20-02. $2 :

Organist to Perform : :-"f':: GOUDA 'IIO"IUIIA SIZE, & SIZE
: .\.rj) CHEESE
On May,1, the Trinity Fine Arts ..rt l":;,; .l.-- : c1IEEuiS
Committee will bring another ex- :. .PASTEL or DECORATED lATH VIENNA FINGERS.HVOfHHSUNSHINE .
'cellent organist to Melrose in the t b-.r i L $398 $349
SOFT & PRETTY TISSUE 99C COOKIES -$119
person of Mr. Andrew'Lucas Sub' La u '. ;
Organist of Saint Paul's Cathedral in
London. Rated as' one of the THRIFTY MAID -' TREETOPAPPLE :
foremost organists in the world, Mr.. 0 'Ita m TEEN KhIS, ll. z. CREAM STILE I'WHU '
Lucas will give a concert in Trinity JUICE
Episcopal Church on the Trinity ;; ," WANT TO CASH KENNEL GIlL 15-tz.TIIITI SHeE .r 1 kL POll I NEW I IMos.
Pipe Organ, at,5 p.m. Admission IS

free.Mr: Lucas. ''Is'' from' Shropshire, YOUR CHECKS .J 99 *
ALL. $100 .
THAT IS REQUIRED IS A VALID .
England, and 'IS a graduate of the 1 I 3 SIZE
Royal College of Music 'and the. FLORIDA/GEORGIA DRIVER'S LICENSE CANS .40-- .
'University 01''London. He was appointed .,' WI W"'" 'U1IPERI ".. j CRACKIN 0000SUGAR
.
organist at Sussex Gardensin ""D .t OUR _HE K''. -ft rt: '
1981 and subsequently received an "SIMPLE AND QUICK" GRAHAMS .' 'K 79cI
to St. Paul's in 1984. .. $ 3t
appointment |
> '
St. Paul's Cathedral is the largest WINN DIXIE' CASHIERS Wilt' APPRCVC t CASH CHECKS. WITH. ,LOVE MY CARPET . WISHBONE
,VALID FIORIO*OR GEORGIA' ORIVER' S ICENSf FOR | ITALIAN or 1000 ISLAND
,and most active cathedral m the PuACHASI'NO ,
It PERSONA CHECKS FOR THE AMOUNT OF
British Isles and,, as many CHARGE .
Americansremember, waswhere ). PERSONAL-CHECM 4 FOR THE AMOUNT Of PURCHASEr ,SUNBELT TOWELS DRESSIIlIi89
"
the wedding of Princess Dianna and r PLUS$1000 MO CHARGE ,
Prince Charles took place. WE Wilt CASH PAYROLL: CHECKS AND CHECKS FOP \ ,
.: There will be a reception honoringMr CASH. ONLY FOR*HOWHAL Ff I. ,I
,
Lucas,in Trinity Parish Hall Immediately -' ---- ROL.47'ZEPHEIIHILLS $ 16ox.CBACKIN .
following the. 'concert. i' : .1 SIZE' ,
..
Everyone Is Invited. 1, '.

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OOOO PUFFEDCHEESE

See Melrose ;: f"L FISHERMANSWHARE 'CURLS -. 99e,
.r 1 ':' 'iI WATER. .. 79' ... .
P.p 128 ; ROYAL OAK
ALL VARIETIES JrI REGULAR OT WITH MESOUITECHARCOAL

....... .
E-Z'WHEELS' I If 1 f I' ''II.1// l FRESH I :. SEAFOOD DELTA! MWX' CHEK DRINKS ,

Slarke I .... .it., _
1320 N. Temple Ave. ::;, .. WNOLE CATFISH -,K

964-7783 .. 2-LTR. 68 iaLe.u $299I

Buy Here "Pay; Here ,$O59 BTL., _.-or I BAOFRESH

We Finance. 0.,...# L&

'83 Ranger. 4 spd. 4 ,. ":. I WHITE'(41 .SMRHtP OCT, > Qt'ICK MEALS AT FROM THE DAIR 0'*

cylinder1, nice. EVERYDAY LOW PRICESALL

$595. Down E-Z Payments LI $499 SUPCRBMANO

'':: ,
''' VARIETIES! AU.VARIETIES!

75. Pontiac Lemans Good S.:' '\:. .. ,. 'SNAPPEI. FILLET VINNIE'S he ,SWISS STYLE
1
transportation. owner
$295. Down C-Z Payments : PIZZA YOGURT
$311

.80 ,Toyota. 4, tfr.f nice car: :. LI : A 99 c 3 $ ''OO l

SNOW CRAB CLUSTERS 4"
$495. Down E-Z Payments! ... sui C SUE

SALMON STEAKS $5" $UMMMUMD ALL PLAICR$ CABMANO m QUARTERS
.81 Plymouth Reliance . = ,

Runs good/drives good wa ICE CREAM. .. '.' . to $13' MARGARIHESTICK . 3.La 1D1
$395. Down E-Z Payments liNE LOBSTER $7M T/NMTY IiIAIO .w.ES.RANO ,. ,
. UI
... ,
80 AMC Spirit ..6 cy!. STOFFER FiTATWS. 2 S8e CHEESE.,99e
$350. DN.EZ Payments WE WILL GLADLY STEAM ,YOUR TNRIPTY 1iIAIO' sLIPEw.wArw

SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREEt ,CNN'IN THE Cil ,. -' 85C SOUR CIEAM..2, $1f

.r, .ter


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1988 TErEEGRAPU. ........11;'..A MONITOR_i. "L.I .CTIUN Ps g a .1.1.


I Hazardous Waste Alert: This Will Affect Each: a {iER id t I IThe


location 01 the proposed is on the WEST side of.Sft 121 in location of the proposed landfill is on -
I ,hazardous waste treatment facility Union County Kllerbee Curve), fhe, the EAST side of SR 121 m Union household garbage.According tax local will be paid to the primary host leI), road /construction or1 repair
government, levied in the costs for roads
adjacent to
annual public
County (Ellerbee Curve), In an effort to the Dept. of Environmental -
gross receipts of this facility, and wilhifi/ iw( >0 feet of the facility.
to clarify the dilterence betweenthe Regulation (OER), the All ,
moneys received
The two sites, a brief definition will hazardous waste treatment facility by the local From the information available to
BRADFORD REPERTORY ARTS THEATRE be required. ,A hazardous waste will consist of a storage building a and government used to for be: appropriated\ us at this time we feel that this laciJi-
presents"BAREFOOT treatment facility will be dealing laboratory, a neutralization building (a) the costs pay of collecting the tax ty has been improperly sited. Due to,
with hazardous (which means, and an Incinerator. This will be a ,II D) anylocal ; the use of insufficient informationand
IN THE PARK' dangerous materials The landlill privately operated facility locatedon 1 by the local inspection costs incurred llawed criteria we' feel that
will deal with solid wastewhich is state-owned land. A three percent ensure that the government to Union County is NO f the technically!
8:15 p.m.Apr,,28,29,30 & May :5.6.7,12,13 & 14 .,1 pursuant to the provisions facility is of operated Part IV best site in the state of Florida for a

$4.00 In Advance ..' $ 5.00 at the Door of Chapter 403 and any rule adopted. statewide hazardous. waste. treatment -
facility.
PHYSICAL THERAPYJERRY pursuant thereto;
ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILBLE' : (c) additional security costs Incurred How many times have ,we heard
Outlaw J FISHER. P.X. as a result of operating the facili about accidents involving trucks
Realty Clark's Hallmark Leila's Starke
ty.Including monitoring, fire protection hauling hazardous or dangerous
_Doris Hair Clinic, Melrose .. The Locker Room, Keystone BY APPOINTMENT 964.6000 and police protection; materIals:! What makes us think
''I ((d) hazardous waste contingency that this. :won't happen with the
'
planning! implementation; and trucKS hauling hazardous waste
through,ut'areas.! pur roads were \.
,. not built to have the velocity of tra f-
tic this.i/IIIY/ would' create The
mam arteries! that would be ued to/
reach this! (acuity would bring
hazardous waste directly;! past most
f of our areIth&I\ ;. There is no

CHECKOUT & UNBEATABLE LOW PRICES additional direct bjpass'our interstate' minutes estimated residential access'could Conceivably areas one that would truckevery'ten This


.conflict With existing trucks on our
roadw ys. .All tounlicii in the ;North
Centra; I !Florida urea will he: ufOtlcd
by this uddcd; |JI"t cnlial.y!! dungrrtiUM(;

GOOD LOOKIN' GREAT COOKIN'INCLUDES -- ..., ,AL traffic Public,suioly: is a concern', ,' thnt? has

rood not been adequately oaddrc-BSi-d. Ao
( WHOLE TAMI. a coding( to the Uh'.H and their/ consultant
CHICKENS. LB. POTATO Hoy *' Weston Inf.,''the max;
SALAD, LB. COLE SLAW ft BAKERY FRESHCHOCOLATE 01 evil'uatien
I '.It imum area that\ could/
f ; A LOAF OF FRENCH LEMON
,; 1 ,t,.t BREAD) FAMILY PACK DELIa or COCONUTMERINGUE occur in a """111"St case stenand
would($ 11 mw-haU' '! ma*? tadl s. The:!
BARBECUECHICKEN BOILED = or EmergM1CY tesJOrL e i.AllIdt'Deok) for
DINNER ': 1 \ Hazardous MaterIal tnctdcntg
"tig1; HAM CREME PIES ;
/ ,tatCs that evacuation/ of a large spill
?; i>: 'ironv a aanH\ or many! contancrf')
\V/ $ drums, etc ol a specitic( hazardous
? $99 2$5LOUIS c ,'nfatvriai could: hi up l to \1'IlIt'lll/l a

"H EACH LB. idown-wind: way(dujoctum.to( evacuate There the ,many t IS ntitiasible

maximum i\ivunty, inflaates, much
,' FRESH BAKED MONEY WHEAT. RYE,EGO or less the residents r/J/ tne 81't a."Hazardous -
RICH DELI I PUMPERNICKEL' I MADE FRESH DAILY opill i'14an'dp;; I andmei'gencyxespunse.Vapdmtrtto

'. TURKEY BREAST. ".' $1" BREAD :. .o. '. .. II. K 884' GLAZED DONUTS.9" !>: Areiiiwnnal,, : ,
The funds l lor j5A>l>.Tf $p6nK#.< :.,': PRICES GOOD meatanrttlt .ar.t\1\ t
: QUANTITY RIGHTS/ ; rtdtt it \4fa } II\I'I'
RESERVED V THURS. WED, f'Xlslan1'' :Ii t *MM..bur. ..::O..WW. APRIL 21r 27 1988 iiinall commilin'jds) l, SuiiiV' M\ W arc;
r'd usually have adtquttw'! ti'u.spitalfacilities.
_
a WD BRAND (SLICED FREE) $ ti>r, lI'It'\r\ present needs- \: ,
GOLD KIST f SPECIAL TRIMMED $_' HARVEST FRESH There >are t('r.\-\ i printed int\ 'ns..iye
.
DER WHOLE ALL PURPOSE pare'The f'jpM.llht1l"s.in't1t1l'"pgY:1J1! edt', \ ''ptiek'WFIs' ) '

.SMOKED dot ouns';| ( 'jtcttJ\'tI:(SIiI.!: nduII'I'burla
i
POTATOES l, 'n= nove 'wen' toilnd'v'
uYOUHOLEN6NTENFRYER HAMS' :'within one.qual'tt-r: tntli?'W.lhw Unroll'
f<; .countysit:( )V't' fuivc just ri'ienUybeen /
ti l \nlol'malltl1'lnnt =1\'tully
Cii-itddng(- o Q$ spteie lOt .t'num'
< A -''i$128 County; ha 111 never, rx-tm diinc'/ The.OKK .
/ "' '! and Wchtor,:olaint ihal the -\I lye
rl nn87 VENT has m.'known:$) i\I P1''tll,1)1'; 1111(1/(
: 'of (hese-caicgories.: '. ,
'
; Issue
The pconomli impnt-t;\ an
U.S D.A. ,INSPECTED FRYER It LBLEGQUflRTERS NATURE MAKES THE PRODUCE ''dressed py the 1)1-;H and Wej.ii"in-
!ltat'I.Iwo\ positive aspects: the
. .. 38C Butt Portion .. $1 '7 Shank Portion. .. M07Ml WINN.DlXIE'MAKES THE DIFFERENCE tnrr! iwroont revtmue-to 'the hoot* t
'comnulinlj\ ) and ;,t'mplo>mei'it opp lrtUOltll' -
'. : ,, Wnilf'.lrllIt' that)! negativeaj.pec.ts'
'' Wf1aftIIIWIi; facUtty) do Ut-
\. WE SELL ONLY AGED ('5. CHOICE BEEF AW HARVEST FRESH our proix-rty v; tue* What about our,
'I' tarrnera''Y:4: |/I i w-i I'll,' aniej'tn., '(n m,irket(:
our products DiH'iiusV we arc in an;
U.S. CHOICE BEEF PORK IS TRIMMED TO INCH.. PRODUCE art-a whore' luuanluus 'list; lot tilt
,entire "t tate'Atl.' 'Iotr1/. 1 is being 111-
': :, "" ,1. ', : 0V( heallri;
', U.S. CHOICE UNTRIMMED ENDIVE ESCAROLE, or Insurance\ will 6ue. brpm'tunis
\ ROMAINE $1tl'ocItN"' Will wv oo jitJf/l-| to Obtain(
WHOLE HARVEST FRESH health insuruiu'c 1all\ ? .I'titfe'is nut.
\ Y Suit 1('ll'n[ Kitii'on! : I'fio' 'iur.emissions! )
$ 87 sAUDs1bSiRLOIH Irom such at'acHti.y'to)( anS'Al.t.Ulf'se
1' 'questions fur DKK.: VHh.t, ti'IIIt..
\ .1 what Will(, be (tri'atcdjil& his; plant
,I. : 48 fM ,only.two IhihK/ "I hat will not t tie
:' ,, TIP. treated at'this fnmv, are ['nucfearand
'. LB u mtcttidus wiisii*;' flioHvjiise: ;
.
,'
},, BEEFIJ.I!, iicnci'| oi tni-so 'iir* enimHioiis> sire
very ciUeslumabte.iThese .
..._ __ h._ I .___..., __.... ;
I WD BRAND .00;;'<1_ 1 HARVEST FHC9HKIWI are J fist a very j W'l'ol\t''fm/',
$O79 SAUSAGE. with having !h/,. /tj pool<< facility\ sited,
$2"
CHOPPED HAM SMOKED FRUIT.3 M00
:x: '
. ':uo 011 in UIIIIII'o.n'IYl; \ :This'\ Is ilnaJof, ; j
WD BRAND SMOKED PORKSHOULDER HARVEST FRESH .' ,issuil tlJat',!INlllo1 every'persons! ih'VOIVCOWntflIf -

SPICED LUNCHEON .... '$1" PICNIC.. .''., ... 97C CARROTS!' .. ." ,. . 'V 99 Nof' srop'Al AC itANtW'rKKUt)1:5 ,run" \UNION,
OAK CHECK GOLD LEAF OF NEBRASKA SLICED PfVMC IlAJUIIAL' COliN fY LINT taeprBSst your opl'moa' -

SLICED BACON . :. 99e BEEF LIVER '. ',ro '.. 97e MUSHROOMS '. .",. .. .-". 98e to: \:your\are held:('lectci.every; ;! "'utl'tc(! (Monrlaycvtmnii =aIYMeetlrugui

MADISON BRAND CHICKENBOLOGNA WD BRAND HARVEST FRESH aLp.ni,. /1.tt\\lltlll\t.( :"\ ( pt'tween -

or FRANKS ,. 79CFarmstead COOKED HAM ,, .' '.1+:;. ':.a. '$29. GARLIC, '. .. .' .,3vs$1 ,(thOU CIHII.:Ins tlradI the UnlbrtCountyt'uur n!,/;'Count; )' (:'mif--,

mouse;;to coordinate elldrts" to, tight',
FARMSTEAD BONELESS this l laiilily e'undy'-aClacry much
CENTER CUT HICKORY SWEETPORK ..nt-edcit! tor attorney ,lert andj'elaterfexpeuseSi ,
BONELESSCHOPS REFRESHING SAVINGS Ooiidduiui nay\ b'made
to U-C'AI' r tinted ('HI ';l\iI ,\gdW;(
'HAMS Poiiutivni I tmd nl.uil'd0, | ;.','' "
TTUMOT Mr Kcnncrht'irisnMel,; 1.,1I1rla'Klt'ln
.
$ 99 Itt:1: ltux tllj, ltt.,2"' ,) ; l ito' ".c.ttl.l1LAkeButferFl't3054 .

.1 t ,$297 ALL VARIETIES'' '3-OOI'| ;':!,'' ., St.arkejo''J.

Ill to R C or brmti them With)'IIU (to, IM petit
..- s- ........- meeting'APHIL;; aa 7 i> nt" UKAI'J! )
COLA .KOKO cti.N: ) TV:;' C.UUK: riiousf) ;
Everything you need for your Home & It is time fur. 'us. to stand up our pH
rights!' Help keep our\ area byte\ now
Family at Evervday Low Prices, and in the I t\11utct\ .
tU59.
'
REGULAR or 6 PAl(
QTX 10W40, OTX IOW30, NATUR'L LIGHT 12'OL'CASTROL Local Boy
1
'
GTX 20W50 m MHO ,
maximum l BUSCN.. CANS '
protection -
against MOTOR OIL BEER Wins

viscosity>and :! -L. IIOBY Award

thermal I2PI $379;

breakdown 3lt 99 a= AT WINN-DIXIE WE'RE 'Mark t'nilllp' Shuford, asophomoro

J at Bradford High School.
DIXIE DARLING WORKING FOR YOU! has bt.-en'selected to attend' the
EXTRA BODYMISS Florida Hugh ,O'Drian Youth.

BRECK MOUSSE ;s 99e, HOT!! DOG BUNS '. '. .2 := $1if HOBY> Kounddtton Leadership
Sernmar May 6-8 In Tallahassee


'VISINE EYE DROPS 'a; $319 I GEORGIA- OOOO CRACKERS ... ss 98"CRACKIN 100, : % as hosted The part by HOBY of the the, Hugh Tallahassee seminar U'Brian is Jaycees Youth being

ULTRA UNSCENTED UNSCENTED M ULTRA Foundation. Mr
Mark, the son' 01

FINAL NET HAIR. .SPRAY. ;r.' $157 'CHEESE POPCORN ,I. a ,99! and is being Mrs. James sponsored! Shulord, by the of tawtey'.Starke

SATISFACTION Woman s Cluo.: ,
Shuford was'nominated for' this
'ARROW ,ALL'VARIETIES' GUARANTEED 'honor by a committee of faculty and
COFFEEFILTERS PEPSI students at BUS. based ore' his

COLA : IF YOU ARE NOT S TISFIED, scholastic record and leadership
potential, as demonstrated m acnoot
1> p9 .. NEITHER ARE WE! and community activities. He is an

,.. .. =I PePSI r_ $ 09." ,WE WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM YOu. ,.." 'A-B The student.Youth Foundation. was

-, fllif 2000t 79 r 2UI. ;. ARE NOT'PLEASED WITH OR,. ; ; .'established I by Hugh U Brian m 1958.
E SIZE IBJ I'L ," : .. :\' .>as a result'of' the belief thatAmerica's
:IS,+1 :. .,. RETURN. YOUR.PURCHASE PRICE.; .!, ",
1- "tI '. greatest resource I is in itsSee
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Page 48 TELEGRAPH, TIMES: & MUN I"fOR-B SECTION '
April U. 1188


I ObituariesCard


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of ThanksWe at the New River West Institution Born in Raiford, Mrs. Cason was a after a brief nines as a mechanic with the Goodyear Rev. Mark Woods officiating and
near Raiford and a Baptist. ,lifelong resident of Union County.She Born in Ocala, Mrs. Hines lived for fire t Rubber Service Center In Rev. Charles Redding assisting./ Interment -
would like to express our Survivors include his wife, Louise was an L.P.N. In the Newborn the past 38 yean In Pompano Beach. Gainesville until tu health forced his was in Taylor Cemetery 1
heartfelt ,appreciation for the expressions Kainey Carroll; daughter. Tammy Baby Dept. at Alachua General until She. was a member of the First retirement in 1974. He was a with Brinktey-Guerry Funeral
of love shown through Cason of Lake Butler son, Dwayne her retirement. She was a memberof Christian Church of Lake Butler. member of Pine Grove New Congregational Home of Macclenny in charge of ar-
your prayers, beautiful cards,visits! Carroll of Richmond,. Va.; six Sardis Baptist Church in Worthington < Survivors include a daughter Methodist Church ,inay ,ran ementa.
lood and aU the beautiful lowers, brothers, S.B. and R.J. Carroll, Springs. Lillian H. Cobb of Waxhaw, N.C.; lor. Fla. a Navy veteran of ,
during the loss of our loved one. Drew, Archie, Curtis and 'Cecil Survivors Include her hUSband two, sons, Joseph E, Hines of World War if, and a member of the Mrs. Linda TravisMrs.
To the many florists that made up Clemons, all of Lake Butler; five ,Rev.James H. Cason.Jr.; two sons,, Margate, Fla.,and Dr.John S,Hines Veterans of Foreign Wars,, Post
the beautiful floral arrangements, sisters, fhelma Garibaldi of San James H. Cason 111 of Worthington of Huntsville, Tx.; sister Ruth 10082 in Lake Butler. Linda Lyons Travis, 52,died
we stood in awe at the beauty of each' Jose, Cal, Elva Cobb .Jackson Springs and Robert Benjamin Casonof Welch of Lake Butler; brother Sunday, Apr. 17 In Sparta Term.,of
one made from God s creation. ville, Annie Bell Andrews, Dorothy Reston Va.; brother, Wesley Frank Richard of Lake Butler; and Survivors include 'wife a heart attack.A .
his
''We would like to especially thanK Torbcrt and Mary demons all of Roberts of Newberry; five grand-- four grandchildren. Joann Combs 'fhourot Mrs. native of DuBoiS, Pa.. and
Or Gianas and his staff, the nurses Lake Butler. sons and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tues Charles of Tony; four sons Fer-, formerly of Keystone Heights, Mrs.
of
and aides at Bradford Hospital and Funeral services were held April Graveside funeral services were day in the First Christian Church of nandma Beach Hollywood Travis has been a resident of
Archie Tanner,funeral director,and 20 in the Faith, Baptist Church in held Sunday, Apr.'111n Elzey!: Chapel Lake Butler with the Rev. Art Peter and George Conarroe of Houma of ,La., Hendersonville N.C.,for the past 13,
his. stalf. ,Lake Butler with Rev, Ralph Cemetery with Rev. Victor Nicker'son ''son officiating Burial will follow in three daughters, Mrs. Tampa Ann; years. For 32 years she has been a
fhe family,01 Frank Norman Durham olliciating. Burial was inEizey and Rev. P.R. Lawsort officiating. Antioch Cemetery in Alachua County -' McDamei of Cynthia, Tina pastor's wife,church organist youth
: Chapel Cemetery near Worthington Archer Funeral Home of Archer Funeral Home of Lake of Raiford Macclenny Mrs. leader and piano teacher.
Springs, with Archer Lake Butler was in charge of ar Butler is in charge arrangements. Peacock Morgan and Mrs.Doreen Survivors include her hUSband
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in rangements.In of Pensacola; brother, Rev. Paul A. Travis; son, Timothy
Mr!: John Carroll
( charge of arrangements lieu of flowers' the family re- Mr. Charles Thourot sisters George, fhourot Mrs. Martha of Houston,Tx.;two A. Travis of Douglas, Ga.;; parents
Mr. John fucker Carroll, ,47, of quests donations be made to the Welzel and Leonard L. and Alice A. Lyons of
Lake Butler, died Sunday alter an Mrs Ruth CasonMrs. American Cancer Society, Rt.2,Box of Mr> Charles Francis 'fhourot, 64,, Sebastian Mrs Betty Fla Jane and Domonix. both of Keystone Heights; and a sister,;
apparent heart attack. Ruth Alaska Roberts Cason, 384-A,Lake Butler, Fla, 32054. the Raiford VA Medical, died Center Friday of,Apr Lake IS City in, children.: ; thirteen grand- Marjorie A. Lyons,also of Keystone.
Born in Union County, Mr. Carrollwas Funeral services were held
80, of '
Worthington Springs, died
extended .
following illness.A
an
a lifelong resident and' a Mrs. Mary Hines Wednesday, Apr. 20 at Bethany Bible
Saturday, Apr. 16 in the Alachua
graduate of Union native of Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. Funeral services were held Apr. 18 Church in Hendersonville, N.C.
County High
General Hospital of Gainesville Mrs. Mary Richard Hines 79 of Thourot resided
School. He ; in Raiford for the in the Pine Grove Congregational Graveside services will be held Friday -
was a correctional I officer '
following,1 brief illness. Pompano Beach, died Friday night past twenty years.He was employed Methodist Church ,in Taylor with Apr.22 in Reynoldsvilie, Pa.


I Association .for Retarded' Citizens' ,Fund-raiser a SuccessOver ,

,
$2,600 was raised! in a series, Annette Williams won the $100 of Libby Crawford won a $45 flower 'Susan Page won an oak swing,
ot drawings at the '88 County Fair by groceries from Winn-Dixie. arrangement from Bradford Florist made by Bob Talley. '
the Bradford Association of Retard- Brenda Parrish won 25 gallons of. Donnie Griffith and Jimmy Jones Emma G. Dixon won'a cutting
ed Citizens. 'gas Irom Torode Oil. each won a large pizza from Pizza board made by Sunshine Industries. .
The funds will go toward building racy Padgett won a case: of Hut. Alan Sapp won a floor matt made CWNft
recycling building behind the new motor oil from Register Oil. Ron Brown and Judy' King each by Sunshine Industries.
,workshop .building on SK-100 in Curtis Knights won two hot bar won two fried chicken from Brad- Fred McElroy, Dan'Pheil. Kim i
Enterprise Park. dinners tram' Western Steer ford's Family Restaurant Busby; Johnny .Covmgton,, Vicky -Restaurant,
,Winners in the drawings.were: Steakhouse. Joan Williams and Billy Reid each Chewning, Domta Dnggers, and
won'two movie passes. to Florida Mac Thronton each won bowling ,Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
,Theatre. games at Starke Lanes.
1900 N-Tempi Slarke".florida 32091
Bradford
TO-RENA MOTELFor

Chiropractic Center ; ,( '' reservations or take out orders call: 964-7681
,.'Nothing 'Is more common than a fool with a strong .
Starke) Office '
,',,1(memory.'.,>; ,(.;, ,,', '!'"';' '/),.)., ).", >>,,<1.''' .p'y., C.C, Cotton \ :'': ,": ', ,
( .
'218 S. Walnut St. t\\" /> < "': / :; ,:: I '(. ,> : ".. :. ",' .",. ,
Next to the Chamber of Commerce :, ; I"MONDAY.
FRIDAY'.r; :
964-4957 -
Lunch: : 11 pm ill 2:30: pm
,Residential CorrjxiercialSPRINKLER | Dinner: 4:30: ill 9:30:

PAIN CONTROL LAWN '! Saturday: 4:30 til 9:30:
.
Headaches. 'T' Lunch Sunday:, 12 noon til 2:30: .
'SYSTEMSFully
Neck & Arm
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BCT Staff WriterA ing physical landmarks to assist in old., it is the back-up unit driven Enhanced ,J}
911..
member of your family turns quickly identifying the location. some 12,000 miles per year. his arrival. sweating and/or weakness,' should )/{
ashen, is breathing hard, and has a When the emergency vehicle arrives When the primary unit, no. 61, ia Bradford County continues to be Hospital Administrator Tim be evaluated for a heart attack by a', l ',''
very fast pulse you begin to panic, the paramedic in charge on call or out of service, the back-up, about! a year away from an enhanced Rearick says a cardiac patient can physician. Bradford Hospital has the \:
What to dot makes a physical assessment of the unit will not be sent out of the county 911 system,which will provide pinpoint be stabuzed and the heart attack capability to prevent further -:
Dial 9-1-1, and help will be on the situation and will attempt to stablize assuring full time service to location of the phone, from stopped, providing he Is brought in damage, if we can see the patient In
way If you Uve in Starke or its Immediate the patient. residents. which the call for help is being within 4 hours after chest pains time.
environs, the rescue unit If the patient is to be transported, Emergency services also has a made. 'fhe computer software is not begin. New medicines can now "Bradford County' has an ex- /i'
wW arrive within 4 to 6 minutes. where shall he be taken van, utilized for transporting non- yet completed although the dissolve. blood clots, if administeredin ceQent rescue system for the size of.
Response time to Lawtey III to 10 If the patient is alert and oriented emergency patients toother medical telephone company and Tax time.A the community, and we work well 'ij'
minutes,and time to Brooker is 10 to his choice of medical facllites is facilities This serve' has a low Assessor Jimmy Alvarez are work. heart attack ia caused by the together, which isn't the .case in I v',
15 minutes, given If Ing to identity telephone In tr- blockage of one or more arteries; '"'
says Director of priority not, then a family priority, available only when no every some counties. :
Emergency Services Cliff Chapman. member may make the choice. In, emergencies are in process. county, and its address. fhe person causing oxygen to be cutoff from. "
Always refer to the emergency either event if the paramedic feels Bradford rescue units cooperatewith making the call will still be requiredto heart muscle.Once the heart muscle New Law... y>
phone number as 9-1-1, never as the patient cannot make the trip to adjacent counties in an unwritten furnish directions with the infor- dies, It cannot be regenerated. Up until last July, Trauma '1
Sometimes
nine-eleven. When people are ex- his choice of hospitals, the agreement to provide service on mation being displayed on the the cardiac patient IIstabllzed. Centers were sometime reluctant to
cited they waste paramedic has the either side 'screen for use by the dispatcher. then referred to another
may time looking authority to. of the county line, depending accept trauma patients transfers,'
for an 11 on the phone dial, tt they determine which facility to use. on which unit can get to the Chapman says, fhe dispatchers facility, such as Alachua General unless payment was assured. Last
are thinking in terms of "nine- Bradford County is unique in offering scene quicker. Chapman said the are doing an outstanding job with Hospital, where physicians have access July, Gov Bob Martinez signed I
eleven," Chapman said. patients a choice of destinations. Bradford team often works with present equipment." available to cauterization equipment not SB-1098 into'law, requiring Trauma
When accidents occur on roads, or'' Emergency units in ALachua and paramedics from Keystone Heights, Patients in Starke. Centers to accept trauma patients,
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other places away from telephones, Duval Counties will not transport patients Alachua and Union Counties. Local Hospital Transfers... wounds suffering with gunshot regardless of their ability to pay. ';
to the head '
usually someone will call from a outside their respective county paramedics are routinely called to The paramedics have arrived and broken chest' injuries or Rearick emphasized that care of :
nearby phone,sometimes calling the ties. Many or Florida's rural coun- transport inmates from the four stablued the patient and he asks to elsewhere bones are referred patients always comes first in making ,
operator, who will alert the dispat- ties require the emergency servicesto prisons located in Bradford County be carried to Bradlord Hospital. The to utilize specialist or a decision to transfer to another
cher. The dispatcher, located in the carry patients to an in-county and the Alligator Stop Camp, the rescue unit delivers him to the special locally. equipment, not' available facility. The patient wilt always be
county 'jail will alert the proper facility, regardless of conditions.Bradford juvenile detention center, north of hospital emergency room door Rearick ,'Anyone referred for appropriate treatment.
authorities, law enforcement, fire County has two Florida State Prison. within minutes after the telephone,, unusual says experiencing Both Rearick and Chapman
department and/or emergency services emergency units, with a new third "An inmate is just another patient call. Medical personnel arp waiting 'Jaw or chest pains, pain in the subscribe to the philosophy that the
or all three as needed Vehicle to be delivered within the ,'"'says Chapman and may be arms accompanied by good of the patient comes first.
next 3-4 weeks. Both vehicles are In transported to any of, the area
Chapman said the dispatcher will good condition, considering the hospitals
at times say, "Head toward number of miles on the odometer
Lawtey and the emergency'vehi Chapman said. Another new vehicle The local rescue service Is staffed
cle will roll north.on US301. The :will 06 sought' next year. New with 5 full time and 6 part-time SOLVE YOUR HOUSEHOLDWATER
dispatcher will then direct the unit ''emergency vehicles cost$44,000, not paramedics and part time EMCs.
by radio, to the exact location.. including the cost of equipment with All rescue personnel meet or exceed
grant funds.defraying 50 percent of state standards for emergency
Bradford County has numbered the cost. medical services. PROBLEMS 1
each road in the county,and erected Unit No. ,61, a "good, reliable Paramedics must have completeda
signposts, but some' are missing,'' unit," is on a 1984 cab and chassis, two year college program trained
making locations in rural areas dif- with the box or body being 23 years to perform advance life support pro-'
ficult to find. Chapman said each old. It is driven approximately:t7,000 cedures, IV and drug therapy and
person ''calling in to report an miles a year. cardiac monitoring. EM f must be
emergency should be prepared to Unit No. 60 ia mounted on a 1979' able to provide basic, life support Qualified homeowners can receive' up to $200
give a route to the scene or home, us- chassis,,with the box being 18 years techniques.

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Rhoden On Trial for with Wired : : } '

I' Conspiracy Thompson's Tapes ,, :,: :: 1,

'" out of the deal after he learned the at the expense of the community.: ','' .;,. J :I ,
The scheduled three day trial involving patrol ear during at least tag number an alleged friend came, as well as help to unload the f
from "
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Florida.November deal had leaked and word was on the They threw a net over this small \< 4(4( $? '(
neededa
William Scott Rhoden and meeting were to south plane Thompson said'John' { '
presented the .
jury.The and didn't if :\ .'1'
'street, he became afraid of, being town(starke) they care \ r.: l y
In north Florida, since the "
H. charged with conspiring 10 198d Rhoden place '
Clyde Moody was they dragged innocent people Into .:';\\,1il\ ,II:,
to traffic in drugs,showed no 'scries of meetings were are returning from taking the inmate heat was on In the West Palm Beach -caught Later Rhoden said, ,"We should It," said Guidl. ,:" i
sign of reaching\ a conclusion as of ranged between Rhoden and Thompson who cleans at the police station to area when they had been landing. is represented attorney
Moody being by
have done it, we could have done It "
said involved in
press tune. to secure a safe airstrip where a Lawtey Correctional Institution Thompson everyone and ," John Lsrkin '.
The two defendants facing federal plane could land with the cocaine in when he first met Thompson south of the operation, needed to have 'lock'Jaw' At not one been point caught'in Tuesday's A list of possible witnesses for the ,"
grand jury indictments face a the county. Lawtey testimony Judge Moore objected( to defense was announced at the start ,
federal of to 1:25, John' did not want to see anyoneor
selection,
charge conspiracy Jury starting at : ,'
trial but of ,
the nature of the tapes being heard of the on Monday as press
distribute cocaine, punishable. by up p.m. Monday April 18, in the U. S. meet anyone he just wanted a safe ,"If you set out to prove the defen-j time the prosecution had Dot completed zl,
Middle District Court, made place. Rhoden said he could help'Wlth'that "
was
to 20 years In prison. Thompson asked Rhoden to checkJohn' dant'asleazy' cop you have accomplished the government's case.
easier since only one of the venire to see if he was an undercover and was promised $2,500 that ana I feel sure the Possible defense witness included -'
A major in the Starke Police had prior knowledge 'of the defenldanta agent before he got too involved with for his participation. jury does not enjoy being exposed to Bradford County Judge George'
Department until March 31 of this and or their activities. A him.A. Rhoden later recruited Lake this kind of talk: and language,"Bald Pierce, Chief of Police Jimmy>
Keystone Heights man said he had
year "Scotty" Rhoden and truck recorded telephone call was
Judge Moore. Bowen, former county attorney
Butler truck driver Clyde Moody ,
driver Moody are accused of offer-' read about Rhoden's arrest but felt next presented
where Thompson
who Rhoden described: as trustworthy Rhoden' defense attorney Den- Dudley Hardy, J. D. Griffis, Roman
ing protection to a fictitious cocaine he could be a fair juror. However, again asked about 'John' Rhoden
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and nis Guidi. in his opening statementdescntd Alvarez, Bobby Alvarez Dennis
able to secure
smuggling operaton during late 1988 when the list of possible witnesseswas took the time to run the accept
again the sting operation as a Rhoden, Dr. Peter Gianas, Martha
; Rhoden allegedly
read, the same man said he had strip
and early 1981 in Bradford '
County; number through the police computer 'scam' designed In create publicity Rhoden and others
deal. However
for the
Star witness for the prosecution, attended 'high school with the ,: telling Thompson there was money -:-:
Johnnie, Blame Thompson, spent government's main witness. That no outstanding charge against that Rhoden's sick mother'' prohibited, -
,two dayron the stand while taped juror was among those excused. individual or the license tag. Laterin several planned landings,' at which
conservations Thompson took the stand, telling; time Thompson asked to meet TULLER
were being presentedto the day, November Thompson ,
,of his, approached Inspectors Moody. A tape of a conversation bet ,
the jury in the U. S. Middle being by prison picked Rhoden-up from his home,
and FDLE while in ween Moody and Thompson where
Thompson
taking him to a jilly store when he Chiropractic Center
Correctional Institution, discussingthe Moody asked $2,500 for each crew ,
a former Bradford County School bought beer and then the two rode .
Board possiDiity of cooperating with member was placed in evidence. S : '
member/chairman (1973-74) around and talked for some time. Keystone Heights Office ;
their agencies. Thompson was taken to the airstrip
'and former owner operator of two "
,Starke restaurants, now FBI informant After Thompson agreed to .and the full procedure was explainedto 260B, S. Lawrence'Blvd.
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,outlined the planned drug deal cooperate, he was moved from Mayoto During the 'conversation, a lot of him for which he made a $2,000down ,
which read like a movie plot. Gainesville Work Release Center 'old times' and nefarious activities payment. The need to block off 473-7213 '
and later to the Salvation Army 'were discussed, including the arrest the area and providing a lookout in
For two days the jury listened to Center in Jacksonville. He was In- 'of pot growers, the parties Rhoden case any law enforcement officials
taped conversations 'between the troduced FBI Agent Silvern and a and Thompson had participated in came, into;the area was also sug NJURIES '"
.former assistant chief of police and, number' .of other agents. After and the drug activity in Bradford gested. PAIN CONTROL S :;
a convicted drug dealer turned informant release tie was equiped with recor- County that had not brought charges "That may' save us maybe ten Headaches wick. ....... ;,
Conversations in, plain ding equipment to make an initial against anyone as well as those who years '(in prison)," Moody quippedat .. Neck & Arm ':s..na I, '
English, discussing bringing 300' contact with Rhoden. had been arrested one point. Referring ,to the r.d
pounds of cocaine safely into Brad- At the first meeting Thompson'asked Thompson asked Rhoden lor help lookout. Mid Back ,Leg'j' \
ford County: including pictures Rhoden for a favor, to run a securing a safe landing strip for an Low Back & :.:
snowing Rhoden uniform and in a .computer, check on ;John' and his ,airplane carrying 300 pounds of coNC Later Rhoden attempted to back ;mr .\
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dants do knit came from Florida where ," said Loam with a FriendFor :
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Santa Fe Community College Starke Dr; April O'Connell ORI2000 (Oral but the student will be expected to Mon-Fri 830-6:00: p.m. Sat. by Appointment "' : ; r: '\""'
Center from 10 to 4 daily for Spring A Interpretation of Literature), in develop a kit of ''materials 'and ..'
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Classes which begin May con-'- techniques be used with ,children'
'elude June 23., 'literature and creative dramatIcs'WIth ,in many types of situations '

cognitive-children and social for their growth.emotional It is be- A 'new'', course, this term is" IntroductIOn RALPH BRYAN REALTY"'P" \ i,1 QiO* ,NO ,

There is a special evening ing designed particularly for anyone to Drama, a three credit > > > I
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registration tonight' ,Apnl 21,,'from 6, ,"'who will be working with children in ,class in Humanities; which plays v \ \ DOWN :
to 8pm., schools,nursery schools recreation are read (not put oil to study how a ,
Day and night classes will be offered camps, youth groups such as Girl playwright uses character, plot and' PAYMENT
during the upcoming six week'', Scouts, Boy' Scouts or church ac-r, setting to convey a message to hiss'

'short term..\ tivities and' especially for J parents.,; audIence 1 ACRE LOTS'. SEPTIC'WELL.. PUMP & POLE '700.00. DOWN!!!!

I Nursing Assistance Program .Being'OffercdLocal 48 OFTHE, MOST BEAUTIFUL ACRES IN-THE- COUNTY, !!! SEE IT AND BELIEVE ITU!!

residents who are interested munity College Starke Center: The home standards.For 1946' sq'ft, 3BR, 2BA home; 6,000 sq. ft.'of barns, pasture pecan trees, giant oaks; planted
in taking a Nursing Assistant Course 120 hour non-credit course is designed pine'needs( thinning now). Each end ,of this property,has 'about a 10 foot fall (hills in Brad '
:: .in Starke this spring (beginning May to develop a degree of skill for more intoramtion, please call' ford?? YELP!!) to a gently flowing branch that crosses the property.., This is a new'listing and "
9) should contact the Santa Com- aides the SFCC! Starke Centers,!964-5382.. ( :!
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nursing are about it!II!! 600 feet '
we really .excited : of paved road frontage., l

; Local Boy.'ir-' r.p38. 'i ALL OF THIS FOR ONLY $150,000!!!!If! I

youth. The Foundation's motto is:. potential high : sophomores. of the BHS tennis team, vice- '
''Motivating tomorrow's leaden toodayt' Mark U a second year member of president of the sophmore class,anda CountryC1ubHomes'I.From$8 ,O O., ,, CALL US WE .HAVE QTHERS! !! iiSTUMP'S ii-'
Its purpose Is to seek out, the Explorer's Club Freshman member of the BUS High-Q team,' Lake Hampton Oaks Beauty'. 3BR/2B on 1.6 acre lot, ,Ralph Bryan Booker Home 964"-6 ZOff l fio. *'I ' I '
recognize and ,regard leadership Students Council senator member His hobbies include tennis, baskets .2BRll BA /centraI'beat'&AIC lntity'2'$28,000.: > -UnWeancuBrolunr/Salesmm.Home9M-531ST
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Show and Sale. Thanks to all of you, the projects pur children entered were made a success.Also

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,United Shows Florida National: Bank Pritchett Trucking

Roscoo Scay Timber Howard's Auto Parts G'ville Livestock Mk
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B & H Electric Lewis Timber Ward'sTunber.

ilillacdalc Farms, i. Sonny Andrews Mul -Kase, ,:
PRIDE of Florida Griffin Industries Johns Union 76 ,', '

Richard Luke Const.' ," Farmers & Dealers Bk' -1. ;, Archer Servo Sta. ,' ,'

Lake Butler Apparel '. | D. Winning'ham Const;'!>;) .:: W.W.Gay .., ,"i'! "

Taylor Concrete'\ Sply. {, < :. Triest Construction v '; ,' Painter's Masonery ,I I ''

.. Fla. Rock; Industries ?'';;** '.. ., Davis Express ,.', '';\t \> Allstate Insurance ", ,\h\\.:',,','

'John Whitehead' -. '; /," Mosley Tire C6 ,\ ,:| ,- ,ShaddTrucking > <' '.; s "' .' ..

f t i r t Danny Thomas Timber" Union Co, Times :',. "\>/i <, Spires lOA I'' :,'
'Doughs! Equipment Columbia Co. Livestock'' Starke'Rotary Club'' '

't4'' 'home Entertainment Office Shop ';, ""''; >" Jimmy Waters Con..
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'" Community Si.l{ < Banklv', B-U VoTccH Staff :, 1"1'' Jones Funeral Home, ,
There were no Injuries in an early morning accident tlnued onto the shoulder knocking the wheels loose, at, '. '
April lion CS-301 north of Waldo' at the Brad which time the trailer lore apart on the Santa Fe River Chastain Jewelry "/ ; x Roger D.'Godbce' ,, Larry Davison Cons.' ,
-, ford/Alachua County line. bridge. The load of papers and film on the trailer was ( 'Faulkner, Realty ,,:" ,Keystone $t, Bank : Frank Walrath & "
James Wright of Jacksonville was northbound in a thrown to the water and wind, said Williams.. ;." Paul Newell .
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'change lanes to avoid an animal according to Trooper was cUed for careless driving Outlaw Realty ,rv '. James: Wainwright' ,' ''.' Orian Wells Chevy. ,
,B.'A<: Williams. The truck struck \the guard rail con Western Auto Taylor Meat packing I Wiggins Limousin

Worthington, Spgs/'. "' \ .

FHP TroopersContinue Union CountyThe No reports were available from Farm Supply Patrick Welch & Assoc. Ncwsome Farm' '

License, Flonda Highway Patrol will the FHP in Palatka on that accIdent lliUlcbrand Acres S &. S food Store ; .' Archer Funeral Home' ,

Vehicle be conducting driver license and Halo & Graham Ins. Bill Thomas;'Cty. Council 1 Dr. Le'n Schlofman
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A.Al'/' : v be conducting driver lIcense 'and CR-229 SR-241 CR-125-CR-231A::;SR-238 CH-18. CR-237 R1Both Maincs: r ns. 'I A .Rt.fr/\,I, /1..li'( ", I' ," i,,' ,' Andrews, Drugs \''At'" i\ .
i1''. 1, l. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- and CR-796A, in Union CR-24A' 'Powell Printing "'; ::1"iIIt; ; :,'iv'L\ .. 'Stump's DcptStorc'\t: ': > :' '\.'! '.-' Sonny's BBQue .,IrS' '.;\' :;", "
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Parrish Food ;Storc '. 'W5> 'j''" / ''- Elixson Lumber 1"I'I'; Gator II Farm, \, !.' .'" t ,
1 SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, Tuesday, AccidentFew flies and frogs have ; ) ; ; II.:; Supply 1'1', ;: '
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': ," ,', )l)., CR 227, CR-221. CR-230 and CR-100A details were available In an let.'" foot.Tennis.- Fla. Pest Control'' Circle Irrigation, Jack's Welding of Prow
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<.:/ Recognizing the danger presented proximately 4:45: p.m at SR-16 .
: .: .' 'to the public by defective vehicle CR-230, apparently there were only! InstructionStarke Pest Control Madison Stockyard
: ,' equipment. Troopers will concentrate minor injuries when a rock hauler or Keystone BRADFORD, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS E.LJJorman
r. .I : ; Wilbur Waters Joe )Reddick Lawrence
'Ji I'r''r', efforts vehicles being tractor-trailer truck and a carcollided. '
.:. ', their on Private Lessons. '
: ...:;'1'/.; operated with defects such as bad A third, car which may' have $10 hour OR Mosley; aXicClCtit, .'
)" i'' brakes worn, tires and defective caused the collision was not involved. .team per with a Friend UNION! COUNTY OFFICIALS:' t Margie.. Cason Jerry Whitehead, David Reiman Babs Montpctiit.,. _
j: ::,,1\';; lighting equipment. In addition, attention in the accident. ;
I \:>;1 the For$5 each. Josephine Addison,-Wilford Croft.BRADFORDCOUNTYOFFICIALS.
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? ,>/,t: ":' who would violate the drlver-/lcense/ O'Connor, 25, of Brooksville receive; Call Mark at' : Esther Hall, George pierce, Dolph Reddish; Jimmy'Alvarez;
..... ,. ,.. laws of Florida. ed facial lacerations and lost a few 473-4380 or 964-6305 UNION, COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, ,Supt. ',&: Ally, Steve Saunders,. Regina Parrish.. Betty
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Found Dead OWLS, according to Trooper tag and DUI, according to TrooperD. Paul'( Leonard King, Jr., 21, of produce valid license and,pay $25 Rhonda:Yvonne Cone pled guiltyto
Abrams She was released after a C. Roberts. Bond was set at Starke was arrested April 17 for court costs or pay 101.25 possession of cannabis; one year
At UCIA
Friday $210 surety bond\ was posted. '$463.79 total, be was released on I his DUI,fleeing attempt to elude,wilful- James DeLane,Arvin pled guilty Salvation Army supervision, fined
Union Correctional Institution own recognizance. wanton reckless driving, according: to discharging firearm in" public; fIned ,1153.75 violation no laws..
inmate missin _at the afternoon, Evan B. Stalzer, 19; of Ocala was to JU. Reno. King's blood alcohol $258.75. Anthony French pled
head count may have suffered an ac- arrested April 17 for OWLS, accor- Jackson Williams, 18, was content was ,10 percent. Bond was John Cecil Cone pled guilty to petit theft; one month and.
arrest
cidential: death but authorities nave ding to Patrolman Kathy Mercer April 14 for OWLS, according set at$726.90, he was released on his possession of cannabis; one year 10idays in Jail with credit for time
not ruled out sUIcide or foul play. He was.released after a $210 surety to Lt. John Hodges He was own recognizance. .Salvation Army' supervision fined served.Fashion .
Stephen Phillip Zanathy, 40, was bond was posted. released after a $210 surety bond I4 ? "4 late no law
found dead Friday evening iq the was posted!
(Clara Bryant Thornton, 36, of
storage room above a radio and
television shop where he worked in a Starke was arrested April 16 for Viola Yvonne Wright.20,'was ar- Misdemeanor Court ,.
vocational training program according ,driving under influence (DUD ac- rested April 17 for failure to appearfor The following dispositions were '
to Department ot Corrections cording to Lt. W. C. Reno. ,OWLS according to Deputy issued April 5 in Bradford County -
.'spokesman Bob Macmaster, Thornton's blood >alcohol ''contentwas Barry King. She was released aftera Court by Judge George H., Pierce.
After searching for Zanathy, all ,,13 percent; she was released $101.25 cash Bond was posted. StopJill
afternoon the tot the alter a $624.50 surety 'bond was, Connie Vinson pled guilty to issu-
supervisor
training program was called back to posted. Also charged on a Volusia Russell Smith, 20, was arrested ing a'Worthless check ($100 Com-
the to unlock some doors to, County warrant for failure to appearfor April 16 for failure to appear for munity Bank)) restitution has been
the shop.prison Zanathy was found in the trespass and criminal mischief, OWLS, according to Deputy King. made, $50 court costs, six months
room, which had been locked both a $500 surety bond was posted for her He was released after a,101.25 sure court probation, violate no laws.
from' the inside and outside. His release. ty bond was posted. Stephen William Foster pled guilty -
head was wrapped in plastic: with a to issuing a worthless check;;
hose leading from the bag to a gallon Oenzil .Dwayne Sykes23, of Or- 'Elmore David Ross, 36, was ar- make restitution. 'J'd
Can of liquid. Freon said Mac- mond Beach was arrested April 11 rested April 13 for OWLS,according Kevin David Barth pled no contestto
master. for DUI according to Trooper D.C. to Patrolman Mack Short. He was possession of less than 20 grams of _
He was. pronounced dead by a Roberts. Sykes' blood alcohol con- released after a $210 surety bond marijuana; six months court proba-
tent was ,18. He was released after a' was posted. tion, $40 court costs.
prison doctor at 7:50: p.m. Zanathy
was sentenced January 24, 1974 to $362.50 surety bond was posted; Robert Brian Nugent,'28, was ar- Randall David Wilkerson pled r )
life for first-degree murder and aggravated rested April 14 for DWLS,possessionof guilty to attempting to take fish
assault from Polk County Heidi Louise Wrighton, 22, of drug paraphernalia'and possession without a license; produce valid
He has been at UCI since 1981. Gainesville was arrested April 16 for of less than 20 grams of can- license and pay $25 court costs or
The continuing investigation is be- DUI, according to Patrolman KR. nabis, according to Patrolman Mc- pay $101.25.
ing conducted by the state!attorney's Hinds, Jr. Wngnton's'blood alcohol Clam. He was released after surety Ronald Allen Wtlkerson pled guil- l li
oil ice m Union County content was .15. She was releasedalien bonds totalling $630 were posted. ty to not having a fishing license;
: a $362.50 'surety \bond was ,

Recent ArrestsIn ,posted. '

Bradford ,County William Charles Miller. 18,, of JARVIS 1 i
Starke was arrested, April 17 for
the following arrests were !made DUI according to 'Patrolman FENCE & ALUMINUMChain 1: _.
In Bradford County by local 'Mercer. Miller's blood alcohol con-
authorities. tent was,.09 percent. He was released -
after a $362.50 !surety bond was Link, Wood & Farm Fence
Kenneth Wayne Howard, 23?,of, posted, '
Starke was arrested April 15 for bat Keystone Heights .' 100 West, r
tery according to Patrolman food Pavid Saunders 25,of Orlando r''r
Michael McClam. Howard is charged was arrested April 17 tor OUI,according -
with forcing his way into a to Patrolman Danny Thrift. Screen'Rooms
residence on Walnut St.,and striking Saunders' blood alcohol content was
the victim on the face with his hand, .13 he was released alter $362.50 Car'Ports
causing a laceration to her lip and surety bond was posted.
knocking her to the floor, said Me- Mobile Home
Clam. He was released after ,a 'George Francis Sherwood, 35 of
$'6 .50 !surety bond was posted. Tampa was'' arrested April 17 for
.1 OWLS, according to Trooper Skirting
Traffic ( Roberts. 'He was released alter a
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Emma: Jean Allen, 24 ot''Jacksonville $210 cash bond was posted RoofOversAwnings
was arrested April 15 for drive
,ilng while )license( suspended Kent Napoleon Hood, 27'was arrested -
',tiWtj: .according"frooper"W>,W April 14 lor OWLS, according Williams
M. Abrams'She Was released alter a to Patrolman Hinds. He was releas-, 'S, SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED

$210\ surety bond,was,posted ;pol i'd>.ted alter. ,a ,$210' .surety'bond, was Model of the Week

Vala'rie' Renette Mines, 13, 01' st t'i'ed Laverne fetter,'27, of Citrus'was '
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THi established TELEGRAPH with this STAFF off'ic.CANNOT. Bl' after mobile 5:30 homes p.m. or 964.8970 lots. 38000.or 9644480.Call paid from $37.50 per week, for sole MT, VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E, NEED A QUICK SALE), Beautiful home on 2V4 acres, 3400 ....,'many large

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR' MISTAKES IN 3/3 TFo| MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St.. by Post Highlands Rd., Franklin, N.C. (704)( ) rooms* stone fireplace, stove, refrig., OW, garbage compactor, microwave,
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CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER LAND PLUS HOMIi 3 BR, 2 full baths, tower antenna calling drapes .
THI TELEPHONE. CH1A. carpet on 1'At acres |lust outside NEWLY DECORATED everything furnished. LOCATION LOCATION, LOCATION) This prim commercial location 507 W. i

Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, city limits Rd. 16 East towards Klngsley Laundry facilities Included. Video YARD SALES Madison Si.. directly across from Winn Dixie,,could easily be converted to suit
NOON prior to Thursday publication. Lake. Room for two more mobil. room available. Will accept one child your needsKEYSTONE. "a

Classllled display deodline TUESDAY, homes to be set up. $16,500 cash, no pets. Palms Apts.. 2313 N. Temple THURS.. FRI. t SAT,! In lawtey, Hwy 225 HEIGHTS Spacious, quiet, country living 3 BR. 2 bo, large FR,
5:00 ".M. Special Classified' display 964-6305 1-5 p.m. or, 964.4480 6-9 p.m. Ave, Starke 32091. 10/29 TF I to 25th SI.. look for Yard Sale sign, Lois (large Kit/DR combo, 2000 s f., CH&A. city water 2 septic tanks, excellent con
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placement Is NOT Guaranteed. 3/31 TFHOMES MOBILE$250/month., 9644238., bath 2/4TF on of baby stuff, typewriter, motor much dition. Assumable mo.,. $26,000, .8%, pmts 22398mo. Priced to. sell. ::r'';
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Minimum charge for classified ads Is, OP MERIT 28x56 3/2 $215 mon more, Itpd 4/21 55000. .
COZY 2 8R HOUSE furnished CHIA.corp.t. "
15 words for $3.50, then 1 IS. cents for thly. Call 16298906., 4tchg 4/28 Prefer single adult. For info call FRIDAY;'4/221 9.4 p.m..con.r'2nd Ave. 315 MYRTLE $T. Moot ft tidy 3 BR, 2 Ba, concrete block home IR, DR, Kit.,
each word th.r. ft... NO CASH NEEDED we take trades-paid 964-6680 after 3pm. 2/2T TF 'and 10th St. on Bessent Rd. Itchg 4/21 walking distance to town, new roof 1984. Check Iloull) $45,000.

-.- for or' not Uncle Roys Ocala, MOBILE HOME FOR RENTi Call 964.8614or FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9-5 p.m., piano CONNERLY, ESTATES:, 3/2 brick stone fireplace, 1800 a.f., screened-In
13518514. 4tchg 4/28 9647619. 3/17 TFchg canopy bed desk 'curtains, more porch) Steve Hayes residence 1981. Water 10 air heat pump double insulated
THREE BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home, CLEAN FURNISHED 2 BR trailer Crosby Lawtey 225 'West, 'NW 23rd "Street.. windows.. $85,000 assume; mart $$65,948 with 10%" )nt. Energy Efficient.
closed In porch block utility shed enl Follow signs. 782-3506. Itpd 4/21 BUILDING. fenced close to
PERSONALSA Lake Shores. $225 month, $100 deposit.No APT. 3 units, yard shopping. $45,000.
'4 wooded cr... 5 miles South of ,THURSDAY < FRIDAY, 8-4.30 C&C: cross-fenced w/4
pets, no children. 964-5739 or p.m. BAYLESS HWY. CHICKEN FARM 30 OCt posture, fenced *
Storke. $25,000 OBO. 964 5638 alter S 964-4468.4/14 2tpd 4/21' Mint) Storage, 30T South, Unit 2, ,toys, chicken houses, egg cooler 3/2 home, alum siding, eat-In kit.. Ig. FR, DR,

Australian WONDERFUL, European FAMILY, Scandinavian EXPERIENCE: MOBILE p.m. 4/14 HOME 2tpd for 4/21 sale. 1986 Fleetwood $IZxsO MOBILE HOME 2 BR, T bath on j' THREE dishes FAMILY, odds >YARD ends.SALE Itpd Country.4/21 Clubhtat.a CH&A, fireplace, Ig. front porch' 6. wells, 2 septic tanks fish. pond born t

High School Exchong. Students arrlv- 14.60,2 BR. 1 bath, 7823570. Itpd 4/14 acre $2JO month, 964-4738. 4/7TF corner 6th Ave, & 16lh. St Frl & ,garage, 143000. '
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BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home, LAKE BUTLER' EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Income 5
'Ing In August. B.com. a host family for 73 CHAMPION 12x65 c.ntral air Sot 9-4 Follow
American Intercultural Student Ex. $5,000. 964-2429: or 782-3437 4/14' furnished, with air and heat $175'' 4/21, p.m. yellow signs.. Itpd trailers 12x60 furnished T rental spaces; spprox. 1 Iocr. of land: Income

change. Call 1-800-SIBLING.? Icon 2tchg 421HOMESICK month, $100 deposit. 964.8970 or YARD. SALE IN LAWTEY North 301 to average $1500 a month. Selling price $55,0001 '
Crest, 964.8705 after 6 p.m. 4/7TF- III N. CHURCH ST.i Immediate with low down payment to
88-174 __ GOING HOMEI I 1987 occupancy
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1988 FLORIDA LITHE/JUNIOR STAR point DW 28x44. S rooms, 3 BR. living CLEAN month.2 BR 964-8810.4/7 mobile home In Storks 4/28 $225 drapes, clothes, misc. items much qualified buyer, Hurry, hurry) This home Is priced fo sell. $34S with
.PAGEANT girls 49. Tiara/certificate room kitchen washroom, 2 full baths 4tchg assumable $29.000 mortgage
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hidden costs Pageant date 6/26/88 In set In trailer park on half acre lot 'In DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964-7498, CHEAP PORCH SALE Frl > 'Sot,, 301 BR,',1. ba"new roof, newly rewired, barn with three ttallst

Ft. Lauderdale. .1800532STAR. fcon .Stark. For sale by owner $18,500 4/14TF South, ,,3 miles, turn ,cleft Vanns .....COMMERCIAL....,
B8-163 cosh. Call 964.2286 anytime. 4/21 2tpd THREE BEDROOM HOUSE' CHSA, $275 Upholstery, Follow signs, 'mens. SUPER COMMERCIAlt' Great two story building corner Call ft Walnut St., 3198

4/28 month. 964-7824 alter 4 4/14 'womens, children babies and maternity s.f f, clean excellent condition, live upstairs.hove business downstairs. Best
BUSINESS, TWO lED ROOM, 2 bath, $2800 stove, 2tchg 4/21 p.m. cloth., lots of misc. Itchg 4/21 location) Enterprise Zone Benefits.

OPPORTUNITIESOWN refrigerator, carpet. 964-8359.' .Itchg ,14x65 MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 2, bath MOVING-GARAGE SALE: rain or shine.. 301 and WASHINGTON ST.. 262.5x105 ft. $ 91.500
4/21. CHSA, on 1 acre, S27S first and last 3/25.24. 9.5 'p.m. Garden tools 301 SOUTH:'135 It. on 301,appro. :2 acres (possibly 4 acres) $150,000
security, t'' year lease 8137784986. household Itemsi, atereor 'Kimball 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85,000
YOU OWN APPAREL OR SHOI 4/14 2tchg 4/21 organ. Country Club, NE 14th, St. BRICK BLDGt 4000 s I. (unllnl.hed'ln.lde' ) off Morgan, 1.5 acres,

STORE, CHOOSE FROM: Jean/Sport- 20 ACRE HAYFIELDt will r.nt''or only 964.752$, llpd 3/24 ,. NW 42nd Ave.. built as lodge but convert to your use .$ 60.000
swear Ladles. Mens, Large Sizes small percent of hay harvest. Call Clifford ENTERPRISE ZONE 145x165 It., near hospital $ 25.000
Petite. Oancewear/Aeroblc, Bridal, CARS, TRUCKS VANS Martin 9647145. 4/21 2tchg 4/26 'Subscribe THOMPSON ST.i 11,362 *.f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80,000

Lingerie or Accessories Store.; Brands: FURNISHED /HOUSE with t bedroom 301 N.: 1.5 acres..MH hook-up. 2 bldgs, 240' on 301, great value $ 37.000
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Liz Claiborne, Healthtex Chous L.., 1984 CHRYSLER LEBARONi 4 doors; block, clean, AC; yard maintenance included 301 NORTH: by Econolodge '165.0Von 301 $120,000

St. Michele, Forenza, Bugle Boy, levi, take over payments, military, must $210 month $100 deposit. Call, 301 NORTH approximately 150'x opprox 220' $12 ,ooo
Organically Grown, Lucia Over 2000 ..11. owe $3600. 964.8310. 4/7 3tchg 9647625. Itpd 4/21 .
others. Or $13.99 One Price Or Multi 4/21 .RENT TO OWN large two bedroom '.....ACREAGE......
I Tier Pricing Discount '; Family Shoe 1976 OLDS CUTLASS new tires, good house In Stark. 624 S... Epperson. St.. ; HOMES, BROWNLE@RO.I. 36:43 acrei, owner financed great location $ 82,332
Store. Retail Prices' unbelievable for transportation; $595.. 964-6499. Itchg 17267651. Itpd 4/21 ST. CLAIR ST.'CB. CH&A. 3 BR, 1 Ba.;' RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted S '1.000

top quality shoes normally priced from ,4121' TRAILER IN COUNTRY! 2 BR,'nlc.lv furnished stove, refrig ,S, :'drapes ,$35,500 105th AVE, LAWTEY; S'/ acres cI.ored.. S 8,000
$19 to $60. Over( 250 Brands, 2600 '87 TOYOTA 4x4 SWB. AC; S speed OD' clean,, 12x60. AC. I child max ossum.: FHA mtg. HAMPTON: 438 acres This property has everything) $438,000 ,
.styles.. 17,900 to $29,900: Inventory,:: ;block with sport stripes chrome front $235 month, plus deposit.. 9646714. PRATT ST.i W/F"3BR 1 Ba. stove,, LAWTEYi; 5 acres, 105th. Aye., good Investment 5 15.000 I.
Training" Fixtures Airfare Gand. and rear bumpers, cloth seats, carpet. 4/21 2tchg 4/28 refrig: microwave; CHS A, 35000. RD. 100 E: 12 acres plus f fish pond, wide open spaces S 26,000
Opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr; gray interior bedllner. Lists for TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT unlurnlih.ed. -CR 225! CB & W/F 1 acre, 3 BR. I Ba SR16 WEST opprox. 7 acres S 13,000

McComb ((612)) 888-5228. Itpd 4/21 ,$14,100 n.w"now 10000. ,,17.000' 237. W. Thompson..964.6234. Itchg CH&A PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. 20.16 acres. 3 wells" poles;.,
,1000 SUNBiDS TONING TABLES Sunol. miles. 964-5812..TFc. 4/21 FmHA HOMES) For 'eligible, 'no 2 septic .tanks', owner finance, $50,000, or will split each S 27,000
WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuest CHEVY!I, TON 4x4 PARTS front and LOVELY BRICK HOME at Country Club.3 down payment for Ineligible. 10%

Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color rear axles, transfers; transmissions.?. Bit, 2 bath den with fireplace, garage, down. .....HOMES......
catalogue. Save to 50% etc. 9645812. TFce CH&A more. 964-88O9. Itpd 4/21 WATERFRONT LOT Little Lake Santa I CROSBY LAKE cedar and stoneLakewoodS/0 $105.OOO
18002286292. fcan 88-173 I97' TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 4x4350' STATE EMPLOYEES! need home close to Fe 100x165;' with septic tank ft approved BRICK 3 BR. 2'/, bo,Custom built on 1 acre 'S.64.000,

MOBILE HOME PARK on. Gnffis Loop. Chevy engine, new upholstery, asking your ,work? .We have clean* mobile for well, power source to lot. CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club. 3000 s f. on 2 lots
Acreage for more mobile homes. price 3000. 9647231. Itchg 4/21 homes available. 468.1323.10/8 TF ACREAGE Bradford ft.Union: 1724 GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradford Dr S 38.000
38000. Call after 5:30: p.m.t 964-8970. 1984 CAMARO fully loaded, excellent .PINE FOREST APARTMENTS! Now taking New River splits properly.' CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water S 90.000
condition. 5000. Call 964 7823. applications lot 3 BR opts, starting at acres S 25.750
or 9644480. 3/3TF Itpd Union County 135 A with nice 201 ALVAREZ COURT: 3 BRr 1 Bo'
4/21 S200/mo. CH&A, .fully equipped kitchen fmonc. S 36.000
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1976 CHEVY IMPALAt new rebuilt ?:cable ready, ,1530 W, Madison home,:Terms, .912, Vrfte | LONGCHAMP HOME: Brick.3 BR, 1V Bo, well Insulated S 43,255
\ '. engine, good tires runs good must Sr. 964-6312, Mon-Frl. 95pm. EqualHousing Alochua County. ) Ai : NegotiableI .'
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ISCELLANEOUSUNSECUIED see. $800. Colt 964.7823. Itpd 4/21 Opportunity 1/14 TFchg yrmti. home, 2 BR t ba S 30.000
I 262 S. MYRTLE ST. Newly remodeled, frame ,
fenced barns house.Terms. f
1986 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER take overpayments. TWO BEDROOM bath block; home, pasture pond '
CH&A. nice neighborhood. Call I 642 N,WALNUTS: BR, 2 bat handyman dream ::5 38,000
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LOANS I from $500 up to 1970 CHEVY TRUCK auto rebuilt' 468-1323. 3/3 TFchg Levy County 638 A.will a.lIl" KEYSTONE, Spanish style 4 BR, Tba, 3450 ..!.? 10 acres '
$100,000. No collateral no cosigners.Also LAWTEY 5 Acres: 2 BR, 2 boo brick.home and separate office space
engine, 400 overhead cam, body looks WALDO VILLAS unfurnished, 2 BR 40, 80, 160 A. tracts.' Terms.
get Visa and Mastercard up to BROOKER: :3r1 brick'and frame Shady Oaks S/D. extra 'lot S 44.000
good and runs good. $1500 or best of townhouse, carpet, CHSA., 468-1971, County: 1180 A. min'
$20,000 line of credit.(Bod credit and fer. 9647823. Itpd 4/21 Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF puch/.utnam A. Terms. MENG DAIRY RD. 2.2}, acres.3/1 CB, CH&A., soneor S 40,000

bankruptcies ''welcome) Call Mr, 1974 DODGE CORONET custom V8, 318 FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities .. .Commercial Property Available CROSBY LAKE CANAL( 2 BR, 1 Ba, CH&A 'frame S 41,000
Grimes at 212-603-0007 ANYTIME. ,coq' air condition cruise control: runs paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia Call For More Information LAWrtY 4 BR 2 bo, 2 story, 1 ocr., 100,..old,: $ 36.000
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88-168 good only' 42.000 miles. 51,000. Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF
9646821. Itpd 4/21 MOBILE HOME. lease to. buy $100 MATHEWS REALTY After Hour
COS CHECK! US, OUT Clean rental )""JEEP CHEROKEE 4x4 V6, command month, down payment negotiable. Furnished REALTOR. Ann Terwlllegar Nelson :473-7541
homes tailored to your pay schedule trot AT, PS. PB. AC, AM/FM radio, already set up In mobile park. .496-2291
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Private park, laundry and playground.PINES heavy suspension, honey brown. Call Bradford Motel Stark. 964-5332.; 441 W, Madison [ John Longford Appraiser
SR121, just south of SR100 In 40,000 miles 9150. 9642363. Itpd 4/14 2tchg 4/21 Starke FL 32091) | Pauline Randolph 964-6323

Lake Butler. Call 496-2366 tfn/chg. 421.OUTLAW LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications (Across from Wtnn Dixie)
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'rang., ref.. dishwasher, 2 car carport, screen back porch.. Lake access available.: BR.* 2 bath home, ever S acre. : TO ROAM 4 2BR/2BA CB,Large Living-Dining Area,, .
CHA, 2 beautiful lots. Kitchen w/Lots of Cabinets Breakfast Nook' Family Room
*SOUTHGATEl brick 3/2. on *OKLAWAHA RIVER hunting camp reduced leaving some furniture. '
LEASE-PURCHASE: opprox. 1800 s.f.. 4/2'A. FP, range, r.frlg., owner financing.,' BROOKER AREA nice high land on Rd. 231 and Rd. )2-8.41 acres CH/A. Garage Well & Septic 3 Acres,

FIVf OAKS near country club. beautiful brick 3 bedroom, 2 both CHBA. GOING BUSINESS. plus residence. Hwy. 301. CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES;- 3BR/2BA CB. Living- .

fireplace priced to sell I ", for LARGE 2 STORY CEDAR and brick home, over 37 acres, some planted. pines.' Dining Rooms, Family ,Room, Drapes &. Carpet. CH/A: 1416 .
LARGI IRICK HOME 2700 sq. ft.. CH4A, beautiful neighborhood. Call oppl, *301 NORTH remodeled home on 1 acre. Good price. ,SF Well & Septic Large Lot.; .

'Waldo: Neat. 1400 ..1... 3 bedroom CHA. $34,000.COMI'OITAILI FOUR BEDROOM 2V both brick home oft Bessent Rd., nice neighborhood.' 6.92* ACRES 2RR/1BA Frame and 3Br/2Ba Doublewide Like .

LIVING In Stork., 2/1. large rooms, 45000. *GOOD BUILDING SITE or mobile home, off,301. North 10 acres.. New w/Patios & Carport Well & Septic.
lathi Quiet neighborhood corner lot, 32000. .
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THREC. *: NICE WOODED LAND over 34 acres. IN THE COUNTRY'3BR/2BA. CB Home Large LivingRoom
-CHAN AND NEAT 2/). good location, only 28600. FOUR APARTMENT UNIT $38,900. .
.-FOREST HEIGHTS: 3/2 CHBA fireplace. DOUBLEWIDE on t acre Hwy. 16 W. owner financing., ,. Family Room CH/A. 1839 "SF; Stove Refri '&

NEAT AS A PIN new roof., new bathroom, close to Storke. + FOUR BEDROOM," t both beautiful plants shrubbery,, trees, In town, Dishwasher. Welt & Septic. 1 Acre.,, "
TWO STORY REDECORATED 1800 ..t. In Stark.. $39,000. $25.900. ) :RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR/1BAMobile Home in Excellent

REDUCED. CONVENIENT to Starke schools. 3/1 remodeled. *ONLY $25.000: 3 BR. 1 both mobile home with built-ons on t acre. Condition.Well & Septic; 9.5 Acres. .

HANDYMAN SPECIAL Duplex In Starke. good location.' LAWTEV AREAS 8.43 acres with 4 BR, | bath home, fencing,fish pond, born NEAT FRAME HOME '- '2BR/1BA Living'& Dining Room.. .. .

4/1 ON EDWARDS 20.. CHeA. up lo 10 acres. ALTO LAKE AREAS BR. 2 bath on 3 acres, has born,' assumable mortgage.: Porches. 100 K 200' High & Dry Lot-

2-STORV HOME on 4.64 acres, CH4A and more' IN TOWN! 3 BR. 1 bath CB. 31500. FASHIONED DREAM HOUSE 4BR/1BA .
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home 5 ocr.., veneer:home 4.85 fireplace, otherextras. YOUR
IOCATION. LOCATION In Stork., custom on ,* STRAWBERRY ACRES nice brick on acres
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Frame. Large Living-Dining Rooms Large Large
LAKE LOTS BUILDING LOTS ACREAGE E .
*HWY. 225 Ai 5 acre with 3 BR. 1 bath .stucco HANDYMAN SPECIALS I Two-Story 3BR/2BA Large .
'_ ACRES In city on Thomas Street 10000. -
4 *GOLFVIEWt Beautiful building lots. Living-Dining-Are. w/FirepIace.
-'.29 ACRES wooded. secluded on SR 235.. *HWY. 100ft 3 BR,. 1 bath brick veneer :3 acres. SELECTED PROPERTIES' .
'-J LOTS e.. S........ leke. each 18000.w/dock. LAKE LOT I acre, canal lot to build on,. OnfUir, Acre Lot, Hwy 16, Zoned for Mobile Home. $3,000. ,

1 I HOT ON CROSBY LAKE: 73 H. on water, H.SOO. *HWY.Ml S. with building" 175' on highway, versatile user: 45 ACRES Brooker. Will Divide.. Owner Financing '- Good Terms,

''.1. ACRES In Graham owner financing.financing. 6000. ; 10 ACRES,T Will Divide Into 5 Acre Parcels Pecan Grove Wen ASeptic .
1.74 ACRES In Graham. owner '
COUNTRY CLUBS golfer S/p. 200>e292. $9.000., Owner Financing. .
CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESi 2 lots, 8800. 10 ACRES''f Will Divide Into S Acre Parcels. Pecan Grove Fish Pond

*SAMPSON LAKE! Deerfoot Troll. 100 ft. on water, 15000. f Call one of our Professionally trained Owner Financing I' .
'flNESONO S/Di 37 lote paved rood $120.000. 3 ACRES Hwy. 16 W. Oood Coramerdal. location. I i .
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v COUNTRY ClUi AREA LOTS Mac to 30 acres priced from $3,000 per acre.. staff today at: 4.55 AC Zoned for Mobile Home'

; Owner f'nClflClne.' I CITY LOTS Nor heat Section. '
*MOBILE HOME 1011 State lid. IV RENTAL West IS lots* for $34,000. 9645069or LAKE GENEVA: Large Lot. 100 Feel of Lake Frontage .

f LARGE AREA OF LAND '-Nonheut Section of City.
*IN STARKEi 1800 s.f.. 4 IR. 2V4 boo range..ref. after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot. Good Business Jacali_ .

APARTMENT In Storke 2/1, $273. 'EVENINGs 5 ACRES Hwy 301 Near Earieson Beach.. .
Call U. About REALTOR ASSOCIATES;
A Owner Financial.
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ACRBAOe Irene L, Faulkner-- 964-5142 .
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HELP WANTED '
... L.' HELPWANTED HOMES FOR RENT, MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE MOBILE HOMES

FOR SALE
)LECTROLUX NOW HIRING Position -UllIC ASSISTANT SPECIALIST Ilk, The 2BR, 1rt BASEMENT HOUSE ON LAKE PACK. T Buy, sell anti,;! trade Collect) MAINE INSURANCE AGENCY! 25 E.
available In'' management sole and 'Dept.. of Health A Rehabilitative Services GENEVA $350 per month $100 bl* Items and antiques. Used furniture, Main Street Lake Butler 496-3978
service. Full and port-time, 372.781 FEOE. l I. accepting application for deposit 473-103O." 2tpd 4/7-4/14.. glassware, jewelry.and much more Complete Insurance S.rvlce. 4/10 tin RENT TO OWN Low down 'payment.
3/31.6tchg 5/5 Public Assistant* Special i II' lo work BRAND NEW PAINT I CARPET In this Come see for yourself One mile east Owner Financed., Sid's Mobil Ham
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THE CITY Of IAWTIV willI be; taking applications with the welfare program. Minimum Cory 2BR, 1BA, horn on Lake Geneva of Keystone Heights Highway 100.. HELP WANTED' Park. 496-371. Itpd 4/14... .
lor, a Clot ,C Operator, qualification are a B.S. Degree or B.A. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Plus 413.2183.3/5 tfnchg' 1911 LIBERTY 14'xSO1.. mobile ham. Two
please bring of send your return to: Degree. Starting alary I I. $585.74 biweekly laundry facilities Deck facilities bedroom, 1 bath. Gas furnace and
City of lawtey P.O. Drawer G. Please lend a State of Fla. application 'available.. S300/mo. 'plus' deposit CARS GOOD PIOPH.' GOOD PAY,. GOOD stove, central 01... $7,500. You move.
tawtey, Fl. 32058. 31Atchg; \ 4/21.. to HRS, Personnel, 1000 N.E.loth 473-2919.' 4/14. tfnchg; BENEFITS Com 'In- and talk with us. Mr*. Hagan 4963755.' .4/21 3tpd. 4/28.
R.N.s/L.P.N.s RN specialist1 needed; for Ave., Building J, Gainesville, Fl. MUST SEE ,THIS IMMACULATE 2BR, '12 'GRANADA 4' dr. AC, PS. PB, PW Lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd W7 2r.eff ZIMMER MOBIL HOME 3
evening and night shifts, In the Medical 326O9. HRS It an EOE/AA/Veteron 1 1'4 BA, family room. Horn located on $2,975. B. Thomas, 4733852. Ready ToG Street Lake Butler. 496-3601.' tfn/chg bedroom 2 bath, central heat and air,
and Adult. Psychiatric Unit. Require 3. Preference Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 Lake Geneva Slav and refrigerator, 2tpd 4/31-4/28. 1/21 fully carpeted, fireplace, stove,
Meld: RN experience I of which I In' GET PAID FOR REAPING BOOKSI! $100 Also 'laundry and deck facilities EXPERIENCED PARTS SALES PERSON refrigerator, dishwasher carport
salary range $10,27-13 hourly per title Write: PASE-D1, 161 S. tin available. $375/mo. plus deposit. Automotive part t Equipment Co., 675 Screened back porch front deck. You
depending ( ) experience LPN needed .colowoy. N. Aurora, II. 60542. 4/14' '' A732919.IA. tfnchg HOMES FOR SALE' SE 6th Street. 4962345. 3/31 tfnchg. move. Call "' 962694.21 2tchg 4/38;
for oil) shifts; no experience 4tpd 5SGOVERNMENT FURNISHED APARTMENT We hove two OPERATORS WANTED Several positions
necessary) mutt be licenced. On. JOBS, $15.400 to $72,500, lovely studio apartment available on ,GENEVA LAKI ESTATES by owner.38R, available a* sewing machineop.rators" NOTICE
Graduate Nurse position available, Now Hiring. excellent benefits Call Lake Geneva laundry and deck 2BA, custom built extras $73,000. We offer great benefit and
Contact1 Merrlet Higgins Northeast 5O4.649-7922, ext. J9579. 4/14. 2tpd facilities available 'S27S/mo. plus 475-3353.. Anytlm 4/14-4/28. production popy. Experience helpful
Florida State Hospital, 904259.6211, 421CUSTOMER. 'deposit.. 473-2919, 4/14 tfnchg ALL BRICK HOME on Clover Ian" 2,000 byt not required. Apply In person at CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub.
ext 115. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE: sq. ft., 3 bedroom,, 3 bath plus 2 car Lake Butler Apporef Co., 650 SE 2nd milled .ta the Union County Times office
GENERAL, FREIGHT HAULING Commer- Immediate opening In the branch office ACREAGEBEAUTIFUL garage, 16X32 pool, walk to school Street, Lake, Butler "' 496-3601 4/14 in writing and paid in advance
col Transport need Qwner/operotorsI 1 of this leading consumer finance company .asking $89,500, call 473-4400.. 2tpd. 2tchg 421.DIETARY unless credit I Is', already' establishedwith
J It you need training.we will train you. for a port-time position. If you enjoy WOODED LOT ON EMERY 4/7-4/14. AIDE Port-tlm position, this office. .
You will( | operate your own tractor. If meeting the public working In a LANE .'473-9236. 1/14 tfnchg FOR SALE Brooklyn Cove, 2BR, IB A, available.. Previous food service experience THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
ol.don't\ have one. Commercial fast.paced environment 'and handle MELROSE, OVERLOOKING LAKE WIN. cabin, $2.000 under 'appraisal! ,,01 preferred. Apply to Lake RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Transport' offer: a purchase program figures accurately and have had some Non 11 acres, 170' pecan trees, $33.500, $3,000'down: Deer Spring Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER.
I that! we think Is of the best in the lake 2BA, DW/MH. $2.000 under
one collections experience. This.position $3,500/ocre.: Owner 'will finance. 3BR 850 E. Main Street Lake Butler E.O.E. THE TELEPHONE.
'industry. ,II. you ore 21 or over and think may Interest you We offer competitive 904-285-1408. 4tchg" 3/24-4/14. appraisal! at $43,500, $3.500 down. Itchg. 4/21' Classified deadline I I. MONDAY, SP.M. '
you may quality call for a complete Info ,alary and opportunity' for advancement LAND IN MElROSE 2 acres of pine and 473-3562. 3tpd 421FOR.. / 'WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Need someone ., prior to Thursday publication.

rrnation" package Call weekday TollFr..rl800348.2147 Fleet Finance, Inc., 1252.D South oak Fenced. Deep Well. Septic tank todo housecleaning and Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.50,
ask for Operator Walnut St., Starke, 964-5010. EOE. 4/21 power pole, utility shed on slab pump' SALE general domestic chores onCe or twice then 1S cents for each word thereafter
?1 Commercial Transport a divisionof Stchg 4/28 house, privacy with lake access to sprIng weekly for senior household living In

northAm.rican Van line. Q Norfolk' ,HOTEL, MANAGER:, Live-In apartment [ fed.Ashley lake 15000. wooded 1914 SUZUKI FASO low mileage $250. new mobile home. References; Good I
Southern Corporation subsidiary.)Ifcon available, perfect for older person or acres adjoining| above lot. 10500. Call 4734546.. Itpd 4/U.. pay. Call Jim 496-3478.' 4/21' 2tchg. WORK WANTEDI
88.172 'retired couple For more Information, Call 475-3426 evenings. 4tchg. 4/7-4/28. FORD 4000 TRACTOR lit bush hog an4 4/28 ,
LOSERS WANTED: lose up to 29 poundsthis BUY GEORGE'S LAKE WHERE LIFE IS EASY
Bradford
apply In persons Telegraph, trailer $4,000, 473-7656 after 7 p.m.
month inches, cellullte.', Or 8.10 a.rn. M f. 135 W. Call St.,: Starke. AND THE FISHING GREAT! .2 lots withwater 4tchg" 4/14-5/5.. FOR RENT HOUSE PAINTING Interior and exterior.

recommended! I've lost 50 pounds: Inr TC .. ) -.. ,- ... .. access, For a weekend horn, SINGER 2000 AUTOMATIC makes patterns Reasonable ral.I. Have references' '
Credible" fat absorber. Sales representatives $8,700 for' both. Century 21, legar button holes, and much mor. Quality work Call for free estimates
needed., 301-238-7346 Icon BOATS_ Realty: 2725755. Itchg 4/14' SOLD NEW $989, Repo. balance $189. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnished A963587.14.. 4tpd" 5/5.
88-167 I Call 4737862. 3tchg 4/21-4/38. all electric! central' heat and ,

EXPERIENCED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 14. fT, FIBERGLASS BOAT motor and HELP WANTED SEARS UPRIGHT FREEZER excellent air. private paved rood, laundry and FOR SALE
.sALES PERSON wanted for growing trailer, os I., $350. 964-5067.ltchg.. ,. operating cond. Only $80. ph. park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
,Central Fla weekly. Salary plus com ,' 473-2197. Itpd 4/21 state' facilities, PINES SR-121. east Lake
mission good benefits., Call Mr ,Ret- HOMES EXPERIENCED; HAIRSTYLIST with following SANYO 85S COMPUTER 'monitor Butler, Call 4962366.' Two children'' STORAGE HOUSES: Need extra storage
sum, A07.628.2850 Icon \ for future employment with Q ? We have SxlO and 10x10 mini
88.161 Panasonic 1080 manuals, max., and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21 space
printer
'future In 473-4007, '
Keystone area
EXPERIENCED COMPOSING PERSON for FOR SALE Ask for Ed. 4tpd 4/7-4/38 editor spreadsheet, ,data base. etc. TWO BEDROOM, I BATH MOBILE HOME warehouses. Hale and Associates
weekly newpaper Orlando _. Cost 1450. $700 firm. 4734679.' 2tchg Part furnished, near schools, very 4963939. tfnchrg. 1/7
) ,Duties! Proofreading and past*.up; 4/21-4/28 clean. Call 496-3760 If no ,answer, APPLIANCES Refrigerator Freezer, '
1'1.% ASSUMABLE on $22,000: 3 BR, 2 YARD SALES Washer, Stov. call 496-3090.' 4/14 ,
typesetting background heFpful Salary keep trying tfn/chg. 4/21 .
ba brick veneer home with fireplace SNAPPER 30" RIDING MOWER 4 yrs,
plus 4/31. .
benefits. Coll Outlook 2tchg <
Newspapers. 407.365.6688. Icon 88.162 and garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home.Reduced YARD SALE 'Sot., Apr. 23, 8 am m, 2 p.m. old ter$400., electric 473-4679..; start. bagger 421428UTILITY needs bat.. PERSONAL SERVICES PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible. .
EASY WORK I. EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble to $59.500. United Realty of at American Legion Post 203 located onSR party, to assume mall monthly' '
products at horn. Call for Information. Storke. 964-8447 or 4733627.' 11/12 TF 21. '/ mile N, of Keystone His. traffic TRAILER: 4x10' with 2' sides and payment on piano. See locally. Call I
5046418003 ext' A9579. 4/21 THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath house with car, ''light. All proceeds go to the steep ramp, $32$. 4733590. Itchg 4/21, WILL DO BOOKEEPING AND TYPING In manager at 1(618)234-1306( ) anytime. ,
4tpd 5/12 port on 4 acres of land. Some furniture Keystone Hts. High School Girls Soft, my home. Call Joan F.uston'at 4/31. 3tchg. 5/5 '.
CASE MANAGER/DIRECT SERVICE Included. 2201 Sleepy i Hollow Drive. ball team. Itpd 4/21. 496-2741 for further informatlon.4/14 POODLES AKC Small 9 month old red
'WORKER 11:' ;Unl Bradford area.' Starke. 964-6493: ask for Cil. 3/10 TF," J 13 FAMILY YARD SALE one blk behind MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 31 chg. 4/28. / toy female.,,'3 month old toy male, ,
Bachelors in human services related EAGLE NEST HOMES: kit form of turn k.yI Friendship Bible, Church, corner Orchard .; .' NEED WELDING Contact Bill Feuston In 496-3466. I, chg 4/31' (
,( field or AA degree with 4 yrs. related I.Wausou modular homes. John Curies., St. & ,Womans Club 'Rd. "Sat:,} NO CASH NEEDED W. take trades, paid Washington Spring at 496.274114/14...
''experience llcensure, / LPN:,To perform '" United Realty. 964-8447. 3/17 TF' Apr.-23 9dm. Itpd 4/31 for ornot! Let us arrange your credit. Stchg. 4/28.
direct I.'vlc.sCOl.* respon GOVT SEIZED HOMES: $1.00 (U Repair);; MOVING SALE '.'Sat, and Sun., Apr. 23 Uncle Roy s. Hwy 441 N.,> ,Ocala. HOUSE PAINTING First class work. Free

sibilltie./ .. J12.500S18.500. Deadline Buy properties for back taxes I Info' and 24' 8 a.rn.1II 7 p.m.s mile,off,.100, 1.351.851.. 4tchg 4/7-4/28. .. estimate, Cal. 473-4764.' 4/21. ,4tchg.. '
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4/32 :Send. resume. to:' DebraPormen'ter Repo listing 518-459-3346;",: 'text, on Swan Lake Rood Itpd 4/21 .HOMES OF MERIT'- 28X56. 3/2. 5215mo.Call .. ,5/12 LAND FOR SALE : ,
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Personnel office Bradford- H 3377, 24 hours. 4/7. 3tpd 4/21. I GARAGE SALE. Sat. only, 8 a.mI p.m.Children .' t-629.8906.4tchg, 4/7' .-4/28 \
Union' Guidance Clinic P.O.* Box 399., THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath home on large clothes and more. Geneva PUBLIC NOTICE. I Down payment problem '.
I Stark. Fla 32091, Itchg 4/21. shady lot{CH&A., 9647963. 4/14 2tchg. lake Estates. SE 80th Av*. and list. circa. but good credit? Free 'credit 1-3-5' ACRE PARCELS '160 acre farm
121COUNTRY' checkby phone. Uncle ,would make nice horse form law'down
I', PUBLIC ASSISTANT SPECIALIST I h' The I. 1 Itchg /11 Roy's( '. -
BEAUTVj 1-351-8514.. 4/7-4/28. CARS/TRUCKS payment owner financed.
Dept 'of Health & R.hablll'atl"e"S.r, ," convenient Cecil W 4tchg Ap-
V, Vice is accepting applications for schools, shopping. Brick 5 BR, 4. bath. SERVICES HIGH RIDGE ESTATES'- mobile home for prox. 1/2 ocr., paved road with 2.
LR OR, FR, walk-In pantry, ceiling fans, sale" 12OXI20' corner lot 14X30.. living bedroom mobile home on SRI 8. Hale
,Public Assistant Specialist I 110 work In ; REPO FOR SALE 1982 Comoro Z28, and
the food clamp, program. Minimum CH&A, fireplace kitchen equipment room gas heat and air fully furnished, 4100. Call 496-2101... Farmers and Associates. 496-3939. tfn/chg.
V qualifications, 60 semester hours or 90 $10.000 below market. On 5 quiet' .PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile 2BR, 1 large bath, $22,500. Cal Dealers Bank.4/31 2tchg. 4/28 13/31
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quarter hours of college. Starting acres nq water or sewer bill. $89,000er homes pools, decks sidewalk. Free ,473-3035 or 2396 for appointment, 1 Itpd
alary ,jd $526.04 bi-weekly. Please 'lea...., Call 964.7078 after,6 p.mi 'estimates.. Call Rob "',473-3590.' ,3/5 4/21,
'.../21 2tpd 428HANDYMAN .' tfnchg '
send a State of Florida application: to: "
HRS SPECIAL: 3'' BR, ,I bath LAWN MOWING' Trimming: edging. PERSONAL
Personnel 1000 N.E. 16th
.e Building J. Gainesville, fl/, 326O9.Ave HRSIs (' frame house on corner lot In town n.ari: CoIl the lawn Barber..73-3590.. F,.. .", '' WANTED- BowlersStarke

an EOEI AA/V.t.rans preference school. ,' 964.5647. or 7823216. Itpd 4/21 Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg EXPERIENCED PSYCHIC READING and' I League
Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28. "" CARPENTRY.ADDITIONS REMODELING guided positive meditation to take con-
I" FOOD SERVICE: full and part.time cook, REAL ESTATE, DECKS. 'nO fob to big or small. trot of your' life. Call LIBRE Center
I'' cleaning waitress position available. Reasonable rates. Quality work. Call 3771973. 4tchg' 4/7-4/28.. .. Lanes 964-8175
Call for appointment, 533.2050, Camp. OUT OF AREA anytime. 473' .9096. ask for Jim. tfnehg
324WILL ,
Blending 4/14 4tchg 5/5 ,
BABYSIT IN MY HOME Man. Frl., MOBILE HOME FOR RENT'
; AVON REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED full OCALA'' NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots
I' .time' or part-time. Unlimited oppor river access, $5450 Each. No prefer Infant and toddler. 473-9070.
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tunities. For more :Information, call money -down, $65.41 monthly. Owner 2tchg 414.421SEWING a ADJUST 2BII. ISA kitchen equipped., Carpeted. e NOW LEASING .
MACHINES CLEAN
,Ramona. 7823068. 4/14 3tehg 4/28. '1.236.A579 or 1.622,2.38. 1/7TF .' Laundry facilities Dock privileges.
TENSION IN YOUR HOME Special .
,NAIL TECHNICIAN NEEDED, Florida BEAUTIFUL LOT IN MAGGIE VALLEY; .73-2919.312..AIU
Forest Park
License, 964..6A5.. Itchg 4/2t' .N.C.t overlooks valley on South side of $22.50.421428HOME Repair. all brand. 473-7862. ,MH 2BR new A/C,fenced, carport, utility ; Apart nts
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BABYSITTER NEEDED In our home In taker mountain. Call Buizy Costello. screened porch, convenient to
IMPROVEMENT; additions Keystone schools Sunrise Trailer Park, An apartment complex designed for moderate r
'{," Hampton days a week, 6 a.nu to:30': 4732566.' 4/14 2tchg 428N. repairs
''or complete building. 30 388-6109. Itpd .../1... Income families. No rental x91 +
\;" p m. References please. Must, have CAROLINA SCENIC MOUNTAIN log years assistance available. : !; ,
own transportation For more informa cabins for rent on river. Cool,'comfortable experience serving Bradford' and Clay Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B
'; tlOI\/ call 964.8480.21.. 2tpd 4/28 and convenient; hiking fishing Counties .73..018.. 5/28 tfn> Apts., range, refrigerator
t ,CITY OF STARKE Recreation Dept. |is accepting swimming game 'on property: Many FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?' NOTICE carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry. Free =?ti sit.
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applications for Maintenance attractions close" by. 305-943-4582.. fcan' ',House out of lvel??,,LaRue Leveling, Classified deadline 1.1:00 water, sewer & garbage Rent $185. $220 itr ,
: a.m. prior
service 'far all foundation
Supervisor Must be high; school 88.159 your repairs.
,gradual and of LAKE PLACID, FLA. 3 BR, bath 473-7721. 7/9 tfnchg to Thursday publication. ; minimum.
all.asl,18, years age.Job ,2 completely Minimum charge Is 15 words 'for$3.50, For information/application( :
EXPERT PAINTING home handyman
require molly ofballfl.ld. furnished Lake June; repair
taking care! right on
then 15 cents for each word thereafter Forest Park 776 NE 1st Street
.. Apply at City Hall,.Merrell, Great tithing, swimming and boating., services. Call Mitch 473-3940.' etc_ Apartments
.,' Dea Office Itchg 4/21' "';, .CUTTER 'FOR SEWING FACTORY experienced -< 305-941-4111.. Icon 68-160 ', ,
7. paid holidays; paid vacations e.900 ACRES Belize Central
; near City
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International
I Calory negotiable.',Apply in person America Airport. 'All
at Vogue Manufacturing Inc; 710 weather road. Subdlvldeable" Ir"ck' fir, n.,. PII tdtfi: I 'JHT 1, 'II 11'11" : LAKE BUTLER'APARTMENTS
S'Water St.;. Storks,. Flo.' (SR 100E) farming cattle, hunting club. Lake, I
s AMn: Mr. Sellers. Itchg 4/21. rivers, backside Under, ,' 550/acre., Union County firm > # Lok:; *,' 1"'gl.lr, Mi >r mr' >" i23bedroom
1', TRAIL MOTEL < RESTAURANT in Lowteyt' 9014653490. fcan 88.165' .Now taking application for units.,Thes. all-

I,." ,.Applications' ore being taker)' 'for CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP: America's you'in electric'' units are spacious with lot of closet space and all have
let make ad work for .'We will gladly ajslst
\; housekeepers, foundry workers,,, most successful resale clearinghouse us your you wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchenappliances.., Onsite -
what like. We will show proof when requested. We will
I" waiter, waitresses, dishwashers selling all campgrounds' and spaces designing you
facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified
''Cooks' helper, line cook. Experience coast to coast.,. Call Resort Sales Inter: also try to,place your ad on the.page you deslre: however we cannotguaronte' laundry
i.J.r' helpful, but not necessary. Will train., 'national Toll' free hotline position to anyone. applicants.. ,
Must be 18 year of oge.'Apply In person .600-423-5967.. Icon 88.166 For application and informationPleas. "
: If we make a error: In your ad. we will give credit for )rte space the
No calls
only phone 4/31
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see us
''PIANO PLAYER WANTED:'Apply Monday' UE./ error occupied not for the entire ad. We will not be responsible for @
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thru Friday J;30-5 p.m, at .Econo Lodg.,. ,I II F errors appearing In advertising taken over the phone. .. ,

'f, 964-7600. Itchg 4/21 I"V FOR SALE Let us assist you In your advertlslng..Call.964-A305,473-i2210. ,or Lake Butler FL 32054 covet tsoe&e.
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V PART-TIME, DESK CLERKt 16' hrs: per 4962261. Or Call 496-3141 o..e.aney .
,,', week Apply 7-3(, pm" Mon-Frt. Econa METAL STORE.I
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j I ( OPERATORS available WANTED as. 's.wlng'.mochln.Several positions FIXTURES I jj 6 David Lawson Paint & Body Shop In This Dog-

': operator W. offer great benefit and ( AND' _

'production pay; Experience helpful but I e Insurance Collision Work e Free Estimates
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not required. Apply in person at Lake SHOWCASES Eat-Dog World
I' Butler Apparel' Co., 650 SE 2nd Street,,, ..

;,' Lake" Butler. 496'3601. 4/14" 2tchg 4/21.' CR 229 NW 28th St. Stark 9646133rmiiimiiim
Good for Most Retail sj
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f'',, .Re DURRANCE I I Jewelry/Watch' Business or Cases I +H ..New Home Window'

Room Additions :

icy PUMP & SUPPLY USED OFFICE' EXPERT ADVICE Carport .Painting New Roof System" *
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{ : -Well Drilling DESKS BUILDING NEEDS Work Vinyl'Siding '


;' Rotary 2" to 6" ICHAIRS II SH.Tt UH. Call 964.6766 Today ''l' It's' Nice to "
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PERSONAL SERVICES COMPLETI HOME REPAIR! carpentry:' ', FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE''

painting electrical, ''plumbing, NEWSPAPER PLAITS Aluminum;
Starke
WANT TO DRINK Reasonable rates Licensed contractor! Meosur..24.36". 25 cents ..oalGr.ot LARGE CHEST TYPI'FREEZER: excellent DAIRY COMPUTE DISPEKSALi': 1,000'
I THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS K TB0049306.a K CLEANING Call Mitch.SERVICES 473-3940. TF for patching and repair, TELEGRAPH condition 200. 964-7771. Itchg 4/21 grade Hol.l.ln.. Tuesday"Wednesday,
Residential
WANT TO STOPfTHAT'S and business, personal services, 135 W Coll St. 964-6303. 2.0 ACRES with 3 BR, 1V4 both, mobile Apr 26-27. Ottawa,, I Kanta Artificial
OURS references available. 9644908. 3/31 TF SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a medicare home on Forsyth Rood, by owner Breeding for 20 x on. Calfhood vaC;
Alcoholics Anonymous recipient'with'''a condition clnatca., 19,017 herd,
qualifying 964-8612 4/21 4tpd 5/12 average
HOOFING roof off. andr.cov.r.
'U."I SO.'U.2000 : new tear ,call toll free number for more Informa BIFOLD. OOORi maple, wood. 10'wide x 913-235-4S47. or 913-259-4432.. lean
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Work Call Lomor
guaranteed.
R.V.i, CAMPERS, pj thru/30 tlon. 1.800-443-4174. fcan 88-164 1'11high, excellent condition. Paid 88-179
TRAVEL TRAILERS CHAIN ''LINK FENCE Installed Fr.. Sims, 94-4331. 3/31 TF anytime, Freeestimates. RAILROAD TIES $S.50 each You pick up ,$350. Sell for $100. Call 964-7238. Itpd HORSE Gelding, 14 hand, great' '
estimates, Handy-Man F.nc. Co. Advice or | will deliver at an extra charge. Call 4/21 'disposition. perfect for woman or
Owner Tommy ReddUh, 964-8559 tfn SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER onbusin.ss 964-4480 after 6 p.m. 3/24-TF APACHE fOf-UPl hard fiberglass. walls, Child. Cogglni tested Call 964-8373,
1MB TRAVEL TRAILERS 28 It, lully equip- HANDYMAN carpentry, painting, electrical love and this other.week probl.ms.Special with .this INDOOR TANNING SUPERMARKET! $595 no- canvass acrylic; window1 stove, _4/14 2tpd 4/21
p.d. Loan valu. $11,000. Selling price 'complete home repair. reading up, Home/commercial, Trade-In excepted sleeps seven, good condition.; Call BUILDING 'SUPPLIiSi. used windows,
ad. 4/21
782-9803
Itpd
$7,495. Real bargain! 7829802. Itpd Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor, 'All brands of equipment 782-3122.Itchg: 4/21 doors 2x6. 2x8, 2x10s, cement blocks,
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4/21 RB0049306 Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9tfn CHILD C..Eln my home of 6 a.m.964.2349 to p.m.Nonsmoker Bulbs, parts, supplies", lotions. Toning SEVERAL ITEMS Ludwig drum set, complete oth.... ''Some new material. ,Alto. 8
lot. TIC.
SEWING MACHINES soles and service, on table. Computerized "AcM-Massage" for $125; Carrier air conditioner, acres of good .merchandise; RicksSalvag.
ANIMALS & PETS all mokes cleaned oiled adjusted GrlHl. Loop. 4/14 2tcha 4/21 tables. 1-800-544-TANN.:' Icon 88.169 18000 BTU, $200; Frlgldaire ,and Surplus 301 North.
$1$. All work guaranteed. Corn.r HODGES LAWN SERVICE Call between f HALF PRICEI Fantastic'deal. Our best refrigerator, $100. 782-32)6.) Itpd 4/21 964-9184. Itpd 4/21
FOR SALE Morgan Rd. CR 16, James Strickland a.m. and 8 p.m. 7823748. Itpd 4/21. large flashing arrow sign' $ 99. CHEST TYPI FREEZER 20 cy.ft., $200. CENTRAL Alit CONDITIONERS, only
964-8733. 12/3TF DIVORCEE flU CONSULTATIONt Lighted non-arrow $269 Unlighted 5332196. Itchg 4/21 straight tool 3 I ton Carrier high- elf"
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS AKC'ehomplonthlp LAWN SERVICE for residential and com Custody property support, alimony, $249. Free Fetters, See locally call today CHEST TYPE FREEZER! 28 cu.ft., $250. unit $1,400. Coll 782.3500 or 782.3938after
bloodline, $250 each, mercial.' Landscaping tr. r.moval, adoption, nom. 'change. ((904))* Factory direct 1-80O-423-0163 5332196. Itchg 4/2V\ 6 p.m. Itpd "/21LEASEOPTIO"
,,75.2m"Itchg 4/21 'lawns vacuumed. No (fob'too big or 373-7001, Jack Nettle, Atty. 4/21 4tpd ANYTIME. WEDDING DRESS size 9, $75 negotiable. TO BUY 3 BR, I both'
AKC'' REGISTERED PARTY COCKER small. Free estimates, 964-4238. 2/4TF' 5/12 BUILDING SALE factory direct, eliminate 9645257. Itpd 4/21 with AC and covered patios: t mil. to1 I
SPANIELt black and whit., family pet, .WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John HOME DECORATING SERVICE offer' dealer markup. 39x60 arch style, COMBAT: RIFLE ,Velmet Md' M-76. downtown Starke.. 964-7498. Itchg 4/21
vet. checked. Moving mutt sell. $200. Deere. $40 p.r hour Coll anytime, pre..ure washing painting interior $4.421) 35x60 straight $4,863, Price in. caliber 323: with three 30-round clip. GARDEN PLANTS: tomato, pepper, eggplant
533-2196.! Itchg 4/21 __ 182330111 4tchq .4/28 and ext.rlor, wallpapering pon.ling.and "dudes Industrial sliding door Call toll $500. 964-701. Itpd 4/21 and. onion, several varieties,
a variety of repair after'4 Call for our ,free 1.800-668-5106 Standard Steel FRESH PRODUCE Farm fresh, mustard Con mix 25 for. $1. 782-3928., or
free estimate, 964-8961 4
p.m. Icon 88.171 White egg turnipi $1. 5'' bunch. Big 964-8503. 4/14 2tpd 4/21
< ;' : Itpd 4/21 owned andoperated. TWO CUSTOM-MADE LOVESEATS make >Florida tweet onion, 2' for $1, Big TWO DOBERMANS AKC, \ male: ,l,
:. ,\ .t FREE'SAWDUSTfr ,BAKER LP GAS. INC.I family better offer 964-2308.4/21 2tchg 4/28 tomatoes, $1.25; bosket. Strawberries, femaleGood watch dogs and good
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We trive to give
RIDING SNAPPER LAWN MOWER with
.. solicitcustomers hp. cucumbers all reih. Just South on kids. $85 for both.'Coll 9647823.
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$250. 9646479. Itpd 4/21 toward Itpd 4/21
Hwy 100 going Keystone
m the Agriculture Building, who own their overhead tanks. and w. UTILITY TRAILERS: 4x10 with 2' sides and, right outside Storke city limits. Poor NICE YELLOW RANG, 301', S2S; Formica
r.nt and sell tank Low
steep ramp. $325. 473-3590. Itchg 4/21 Boy' Fresh Produce. Itpd 4/21, ,.fob). 47" long x 33" wide, very :nice
discount.
; Located at the Fairgrounds good price Senior citizen CONSOLE COLOR TVi 20", antenna and $15. 9646362. Ifcho 4/21
2S9-6812 or 18008280555. '4/21 4tchfl booster, nice cabinet perfect picture. LUMBER No. 2 or better, bargain prices,
" I Monday Apr 25 EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER* will clean best offer 431-1091., Itchg 4/21 2x6x10( treated pine. S3.49; 'fa ,Inch'
A..:.,::.::7'H home or office* In Melrose, Keystone' FREEZER; 19.6 cu M., 7 yrs. old $125. CDX, 4 ply plywood $8.30: fr.e
I .1. ":" ':}!):':":":'!"""::;. 9 ama ,. t 11'2;30 p.m. Ht*..area. 475-2043. Itpd21' OFFICE FIBERGLASS BOAT; 12' Stumpknocker, delivery: We supply all sites pine and
<: "l'I "l'l. ', I WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR ) $375 4681115. 4/21' 2tpd 4/28 treated pin. Open 8:30-5: p.m. Man-
"" 'fJ" ,,, '''' '''': : : '''''#'''')'' First Come day ,or, evening Call Ann Brown STEEL BUILDINGS,: 40x7512. $3.43'ft. ,; Fri. 9-12 Saturday. Stephen'' Smith
: ', .'?:.'J.;... ':: ;: :. f: :':'i' '? {,: : "k < leave'message. Also yard mowing, 40x100x14 $3.39 It.. 50x100x16. $3.32 Fat Lumber Co..'.7 miles South of Starke on',
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$2.90 fU, 100x100x12 $2.76 ft. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa.
p.m. 964-2588. 4/21 2tchg .4/28 Steel 1:!00-633.4)41.3/31) 4tpd 4/Jt $14.99 per monir<''Coll,964:694JJ tfn
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':' new; tires, \In excellent condition two
Large or Small ,Loads of Limerock Good Selection to Choose, ,From", helmets with Intercom $1$00.'

, ; ; Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer I 'We also have C&C' Mini-Storage Facilities ii i This'ls'! ,4732566. 4/:2J.2tchtl: 4/28_ _
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.:.,1 '\', ', 964-6182 96458239646095 '.
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L ).,:{ home Call 964-9764 after 5, call
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FLORIDA TIMES UNION ,WEEKEND. CLASS STARTS APRIL'2, 1988'' hornet!' PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE

EIGHT WEEKS, FULL( PRICE: $156.00 your
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OTHER CLASSES AVAILABLE, "FOR TIMES :rES '
Starke area.,.Must have dependable transportation I CHRISTIE'S SCHOOL'OF REAL ESTATE fOR -LEASELt2,000'i: ft., 301 'South',.
home phone and be able to post cash bond. P.O. BOX 15046 Especially In' today's real acres from1, new, KOA/Wolmorr.

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> < \*: between 9a'mand, \ 3 p.m.' > ((904)) 373.6636 RES.:377-6033 'when selling your home,' so ,FOR' In 'Starke LEASE new Industrial 50x100 Pork metal' Hwy.building 301.

,; ': ,many things you have to deal South. Ideal' for truck ports''' and
, with, that It takes a professional ',.pol... 964.5414.;''4/21< "tc g,5112WANTED ,

I' NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS to understand It all

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Things like, getting' a fair
I e House and 1 acre located on 4-lane hWY.,$mall but liveable. ''appraisal locating qualified

.: :,;;, ,,' 2450000. Pay $3.000.00 down, assume loan! buyers, creative'' financing, WANTEDr PROPERTY RENO AREA,
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..:. La-Z-Boy e 1 acre of land trout stream 4-lane, hwy1', Frontage dandy; 'bldgJ: getting competent legal Please write P.-O, Drawer 280, Starke
,work Fla. 32091. 4/7TF
etc.We're professionals W
FromDENMARK site! 1250000. fay $2500 down; to WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE rattlesnakes;
and we're trained
"; .' House 3 bedroom2 acres large stream'tn front yard. Lovely priced according to ooze and condition,
; do the job right., We can
E / 1 1 setting. 2 storage bldgs. ready to move Int6. ; $55,000.00., Pay' make sure you geta'. good, ,our For mar.new location info. contact. "on! Hwy: Th.301 Skin between Shop at;

$5,000 down and move In. price for your home It's inv' Waldo and Orange Heights' ', 468-2597,
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-c These area few-of over 2',000'IIstings::W \hQVe'alt types Of t '"' 'p rtant
property from $700 per acre and up,We frays' small tracts. ,Ire: the right way to selll)

We also have several cabins, houses old farms etc.'Write'or,
' REALTY
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: ._ 1. dialing 1-800-43&-742I.. Write\ 'or call today. ,
, .'." '" 434 W. Call Strut 411 W. Madison Strut 441 W. Madison
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964-5126 9E4SI27MF Stark, FL 32091 Sewing
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'It's A Fact You Can Do Bttttr It Denmark Furniture" Murphy N.C. 28906 Machine


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>{ ;( INSTANT Save Scuvyvi HURRY Vogue Manufacturing,

locally owned and operatedfor

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CREDIT FORGASBCCXTM openings for a few good .

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( to Qualified BESTBuyers expansion.We ,
are not just another sew
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BUYSYou're
COMPANY our people like family...
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CELEBRATION CONTINUES .,Apply In person at 710 S.,

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Starke. Florida.

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Gibson ,--_, ?_,,., *. L.H.P.. Fl. "
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congratulate; the following :Dinners from 4 ,Cylinder' MARKET,AREA TOUR GUIDE

II' their Grand Opening drawing last week _. AIRLINERESERVATIONIST

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'TELEVISION: MM.. Margaret EL Lewis,, Starke:
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'VCR: Sharon D. Dell of Hampton'STEREO on\Bv. Alrkrw computer. Homo
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MICROWAVE: June Sapp of Starke t t !r'". .,' ,' .I;"f', FlnsvKtal\ did: available:Job i ip.oem.nt

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I ,Phyllis Riddle,a representative from the"We the People dab committee,a ladle auxiliary to the Veterans ol Afternoon I
Foreign Wan presents Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish with an official flag of the organization for hl .
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The April meeting of the Melrose also introduced Cleve Sharpe'Jr:,, Head Friday night. So the boYS.
,Business Association was held at the who is running for Alachua County received an unscheduled camping &B =5
Melrose Women's Club last Wednes Commissioner District 5. trip and {.the next day managed to' iiI i 'S
day, After an excellent luncheon Donna asked everyone to support raise about $900 towards the $4,000 a :. r ,
served by several members of the- the Library Book Sale,which is being they need for this,summer. a =
Women's Club President Donna held at the library today through'
Johnson called the business meeting" Saturday. This is a good opportunity Historical Society Formed i FREEFOODDRINKS; ;> I,
to order Two new members were introduced to buy some excellent books '
at very. ''fhe'oldest home in Melrose Bonnie -
Christine' McEeynolds the ''reasonable The prices. Mount, was the fitting place for, I :Drawing! For Concert Tickets, Albums I I
Melrose Branch' Manager of the meeting was adjourned at the first meeting of the Melrose "
Keystone State BanK and Mrs Kirk, 1:30: p.m.with the May meeting date nam ''
historical society
preservation t.Williams
who will be opening a Chiropractor set for May 11 at Trinity, Parish Hall. ed Hlstoncl Melrose, Inc. last Sunday -': :i: &,, Autographed? Footballs by,John : ,. I
Practice in the building just north of The nucleus of the society was '
the Post OH ice Highway! 21, actually formed in December of 1985'' and Curt Warner, I
Successful Weekend
for
So that planning could start'.for 'when a small 'group of dedicated '
Halloween;Donna appointed a com-1 Troop 109Melrose ,preservationists incorporated and
mittee of Rudolph Dampier as chairman Troop 109' combined a requested a government grant of
with' Red Thompson Edna learning experience, camping trip, $3,500 and entry on the. national' I MAffiPRIZ HERE SUNDAY I
Williams,,and Laura Hodges ;as fun time and fund raiser last week to' recister,of historic places.. BE..
members,-The committee will start turn in a real successful weekend.'. .. ,
Master IE!! "
planning activities'for the Hallo! Scout Joe Boehnhen said it According to application' submitted -' a-
ween weekend, toinclude was one of the best weekend e
the outingsthe by the the !! o\ i!!
possibility.of a carnival.! troop has ever had' money was to help group pay for a:"com'grant. '
Donna said she' had received a'let The occasion was brought about petent professional survey of' I I .NODOWN : UNTIL ''I'II
original downtown of Melrose.
area
ter' from Pat' Parsons 'of the when the Scouts were asked to run \
Women's Club thanking the Associa, the food sales of barbecued chicken Defining boundaries and identifying
tion for support of Clean Up Week in dinners and snack foods of popcorn, specific structures,in the Melrose >
Melrose which begins on.April 21.; hot dogs, and cold drinks,'and the historic district." The grant has
Part of that support was a donationof troop staff of Bob Cooper David been received and the society' IS
$75 to help with the campaign. Swanson, Mike and Rita Flynn ready to start its work. I JULY I II
Under political announcements, Dianne Bagwell, Kay Domiiik andArvil Sunday's meeting opened the I ,
PAYMENT
Red Thompson announced a fish try Budd decided the only way the' membership to the general public'
to be held on April 23 to raise moneyfor boys could be ready early Saturday and about 140 people gathered on the-
Sinclair Eaton's campaign. Ked morning would be to camp at Gold back lawn, of Bonnie. Mount .'
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,#"tAr,, TORO FREE'FINANCING on all Toro riding mowers I The Winning Team! !! Sa

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lit Sloik 301 South* La1re ,
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'Mower12hp ''Eh" ctrlcStart8LpRidersCommeniaigrade _
475-240Q Briggs&StrattoiV
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aaooi..wc.euA..a.w a FREE 'Pick-Up> & + ',FREE,Bieda *., Extended 4'Yn a
i Daz: Delivery Special! -Sharpening Warranty $124 SWB ooo'LB payload pkg.74.9 .\
5 Fleetside body 2.5 liter engine,, ,
Sale Prices Good
Through April 24
.' spd., P195/75 R14 tires I

Pursley'sGRASS'PLUGS, ROSES -.' i!!
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f '.eJ. let-up.Fleetwood, 1 yr. warranty and Extended Warranty d. CASH
all trucks I f
cars
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