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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 28, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Wart pting Scotty Rhoden Found Guilty in Federal :.;rug Conspiracy Trial I


Former assistant chief of Starke plane loaded with 300 pounds of cocaine Moody in which they discussed a their clients had beer- victims ot en-J i "No one pulled aI them'-kicking- -and

police and his accomplice were: safely into Bradford County. scheme to guard a planeload of co- trapment because they were screaming, said Steele. "
Help After Fire... found guilty of drug conspiracy by a During the four day trial in caine. solicited to carry out a fictitious
federal Jury after only a 15-minute Jacksonville in the Middle District The shipment actually was crime.
Help )is needed for the Mike and deliberation April 21. Court, tape recordings were played phoney just part of a drug sting But Assistant U; S. Attorney John Apparently the seven woman five
Debbie Weber of Lawtey who were ,William Scott Rhoden and Clyde ,which outlined a series of meetingsin operation launched By the Federal Steele argued It Is not man jury agreed. Rhoden and
/burned: out April 25 and lost H. Moody of Lake Butler were 1986-87 between an undercover Bureau of Investigation. a defendant Is ready entrapmentwhen and wilting Moody were remanded to federal
everything. There are 3 boysr: 8 charged with conspiring to bring a drug informant and Rhoden and ,Defense attormes told the jury to break the law.DER, for custody June until 3. sentencing, scheduled "
months 10 and 14 years and a girl
11 years old. Call Janice Crawford '
782-3044. if interested in helping. *' mv..rw.w.wr+w.wrf -_ 'r .,lAn... 'rt -

Gator QB Club... M t HI- FORE HONOR :HUMILITY!" Memos ,. ;

A meeting of the Starke Gator ,
,Quarterback Club is set tonight -
(Thursday April 28)). Social hour.

6:30 p.m.: p.m.' ; covered- dish supper 7 RevealFaulty ;

discussed.Out of town trips for 1988 will.be


Rabies Clinic...

Your pets can'be vaccinated for ProcessThe

rabies at a clinic set from 9 a.m. to
'noon this Saturday, April 30, at the w k -
Starke Veterinary Clinic. Dr. R.S. .,.. '
picture of a hazardous waste calibre of some Weston 'represen-
Mullins DVM, on SR-100 toward. site selection process that may have'' tatives sent to this area on different
Keystone Heights. been "fatally'' flawed'' by the phases of the project.On July 9,soon
Cost: Dogs: rabies $4, Parvol $5, pressures of deadlines and poor after the contract was signed with
distemper $7; cats: rabies $4, communications between the, the consulting firm Richard Dead-
distemper $8. It is the second of Department of Environmental' ''man, DER's hazardous ,waste site "
two clinics sponsored by' the Green Regulation (DER) and its site selection coordinator, noted in a telephone ,
Acres 4-H Club. consulting firm is revealed in log: "I am concerned about Don J's ,1\\
documents obtained last week: by approach to identifying and gather '<
Blood Pressure... ''t U-CAP representatives.and their. environmental ing the data sets (for site
Free blood pressure screeningswill +' r attorney. ,selection),"' Don J referred ,to'
be offered by Bradford Charges by the United ,Citizens ,Donald Jacobs A Weston engineer)
Hospital from 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, ,Against Pollution that the selection The memo' added, ,"Don sent someone
May 3, in the lobby of the new 5 ''process was tinged by'"politics" in down who wasn't briefed AT
hospital; parking available off Col-' an interoffice memo obtained last ,ALL. and the qualifications, of this ,
ley Road.,, ,High-Q Team Members Honored..., week in which.a DER official said, 'person don't reflect, the, technical
Free chldresterol screening will High-Q team members'' honored at awards banquet Second row 'June Cole; Joel Caren, Carla Stephens; "I'm Inclined to leave DeSoto in for, complexities of this't:1sk...This"cost
be held at the hopsital Wednesday Tuesday, night (l-rs /' : Mark Shuford John Robbins, Mike Becker. political reasons" us a week lost to the-'schedule' the
May 4, for persons over age 20, bet' First row: Richie Taylor, rookie-of-the-year; Rickey Third row Dawnya Bums Scott Duncan Chad Craf-, 'The reference,was to DeSoto Cor memo added,
ween the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 Smith moat Improved; Shawna Blom, most valuable (on.: Mike Blalockj Billie Brown, and Coach Stanley rectional Institution near 'Arcadia* Five'months later. DER's con-
'p.m. For more information, clal vanity player; Tom Bradford most valuable Junior .Crawford, which was in and out of consideration cerns with Weston's delays and lackof
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9646000. varsity player during the' process, but was communications'still persisted.
eventually included in the final four 'The five top-ranklng'sltes had been
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Good Sam Club... sites presented March 17 by DER to announced January 4, touching off'
High-O Team Fed &' Honored ,the Environmental Regulation Com strong reaction from public officials'I I
A meeting to organize an area mission. and legislators in the districts con-
Good Sam camping group iset set '
DER staff membersvere' taken taining the' proposed sites who
Tuesday Elks Club, May at 2030 3, at N.7:30 Temple: p.m Ave.in the, by Judy Becker chemistry teacher remarked, "These kids aren't watching by surprise" Wednesday April 20, declared they had no prior notification <

in Starke. Special to the Telegraph things happen they are making things happen when three,' U-CAP leaders from of the selection process. .
School Team Guest Dr.; Elizabeth Abbott UF Starke and their attorney, Debra Raout'Clarke,.an environmental
For more info, contact Bill or Members of the Bradford High High-Q speaker was professor ,
Elizabeth Nail, 473-3228, or (were honored at the end of the season awards banquet and recently named Florida's Science Educator' Barton, of Jacksonville, appeared, administrator with DER; wrote a
of the Year. Dr.Abbott Commented the and requested access to DER files file memo on January 26, Outlining
Margaret Brown, 964-7731 days,or Tuesday evening;April 26., on qualities one ,
&833-2O91 venings. Major award winners were Richie Taylor, rookie of ""needs to be a good: team player and to be a leader.She concerning the hazardous waste site shortcomings in Weston's handling
,All persons who enjoy par- the : Rickey Smith most improved player;;. TomBradford defined management as "the art of getting over the, 'selection process. The public ,fo the project:
ticipating in RV camping most valuable ,junior varsity player'and unknown between the facts," and told the. 'students, documents ,were obtained and "'Mr.Stapleton ,are urged to attend to learn more Shawna horn most valuable varsity player: ""People will look to you for the answers. revealed months"of on-going concerns ,and Ms. Eva Timmer (also a Weston
about the fund of chapter camping. Senior awards were presented to Chris Powell, Coach Stanley Crawford, BHS social studies teacher; by DER with delays by Weston' associate)'visited the Union, Bradf-
<, Rickey Smith and Richie Taylor in addition to those recapped the highs and lows of the season. He told of in providing "public awareness' dord and Clay sites with Richard
Benefit Dinner.... previously mentioned. Letters were awarded to Mike the losses to Baker County the first time win over In- materials'1 intended ,to inform and Deadman (of DER), on Wednesday.
Blalock. Billie Brown, June Cole, Chad Crafton, Scott ,terlachen, and the team's placement in the state tour. ''educate the public'' concerning Jan. 20. They came without any
A Minority Scholarship Benefit Duncan, ,Mark Shuford, Michael Becker, Dwayne nament final round. Coach Crawford talked about the hazardous waste and the site selection maps of the sites or information and
Dinner and Musical Entertainmentwill Burns Joel Caren,John Robbins and Carla Stephens. team motto: "Before Honor,..Humility" and told team process. Regular news releases' documentation. Deadman had to Instruct "
be held at the American Legion' Certificates of appreciation were presented the sup.., members he wanted them to approach next season ,were not issued monthly to the them, to go buy USGS quad
Hall on Edwards Road at 7:30: p.m. porters of the team with a special plaque presented to' with desire dedication and discipline. public, which caused concern over sheets and maps,
Saturday, May 7. J E.>Tomlinson for his continued support throughoutthe Of the 16 team members on the 87-88 squad 12 had the lack of communications with the "It: became apparent during the''
Donation: $2 per person for the five years the team has been in existence. one year of experience or less. The varsity team finished public,.' according l to DER, conference call that Mr. Stapleton' "
scholarship fund. For' reservations BHS Assistant Principal Paula Steele welcomed the'' the year 7-5, placed second in the North Florida Cen- In the Interoffice memos obtainedby was not familar'with this project of '
call 9645382. group Of some 50 persons saying how proud the highschool tral Division Tournament in February, and 5th in their the U-CAP group last week DER DER Memos..p.2A)
!is of the High-Q team. Greg Marshall BHS state competition in Apnl. The JV,record was 4-6. also expressed, concerns about,the (See
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'will 3 Bradford,''The at meet 722 Executive W.County at Madison 7 p.m.Committee Republican Tuesday St. of May Party, the, Lt. Glen Moore Resigns', Will, ,Run for ,SheriffVeteran 'I


'attend.All interested parties invited to Sheriff's' Department 'Moore came into his office and Informed Department'-", and he,hopes, none will, the population" of the county Moore: hours of law enforcement training to

'employee Glen Moore resigned the sheriff., develop. said he feels there is inadquate personnel back'up the Sheriff's Department.
:Parenting Seminar.. .., Tuesday April 26,and announced he "I'm just doing what I feel like I Moore, a former lieutentant In the, to give the citizens the law enforcement Using the auxiliary: the regularSheriff's
will run for sheriff. need to says Moore who said he Sheriff's Department says he plansto they need. Moore said he Department personnelcould
''Each Wednesday,7:30: p.m., Moore, 46, 'veteran of resigned because he doesn't feel he', run "straight up, based on would begin to get the Sheriff's concentrate on more Important <
Starke Christian Academy, 1649 W., ,the Bradford Sheriffs Department. should be drawing 'taxpayer's qualifications and background, and Department in the right perspectiveto ,.time consuming investigations.
Madison St. This week's topic: How, "It was a totally unsuspected turn 'money' ,while campaigning'' for' ,with honesty.:' handle enforcement problems,,. '
to Help Your Child Succeed in of events" says Sheriff Dolph Reddish sheriff. Moore said there are no hard Moore say's he feels there is a need U elected sheriff, Moore says he Moore says he'left'the' Sheriff's
SchoofHelp who first learned of Moore's feelings.on his part about Sheriff for more law enforcement in the, would establish ,an auxiliary of Dept. of his own choosing because he
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Animals. plans about 4 p.m.. Monday when I Reddish or anybody in the Sheriffs county. Based on the crime rate and ,qualified people, who,I have their wants ,to run,for sheriff.'
for, ..


set A 3:30 at Be the p.m.Kind Bradford,Wednesday to Animals County,Program May Libraryat 4. U :33 Arrested, .in ,Police Drug 'Crackdown'' OperationThe I


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'SE' Awards.. ''Bradford County Sheriff's' ice early Monday morning to try to' four hour period April 22,which was Doug York spent some time observIng drug dealers out of a known drug
Fifth six-weeks awards Department took to the street last get their vehicle back.' One owner beyond the expectations' of the the operation in Duval County area and undercover agents movingIn
ceremonies are set at Starke Friday night to sell crack cocaine. said she just loaned her car to her'' department according to Investigator before presenting it to Bradford.' and selling drugs to those who
Elementary. : Sheriff Dolph Reddish said 32 brother for him to go to the store. ', Don Denton of come by soliciting drugs and then
May 5; Kindergarten, 8:15: a.m.; adults and one juvenile were arrested 'Another owner, said his Wife 'was "Crack Down", is designed to ap- Following two months planning arresting, those who' purchase the,
drug chargesand charged with possession and she did Sheriff Red- and preparation, officers from
First Grade 9 a.m.; Fourth Grade on numerous prehendihe drug buyer drugs.
9:45: a.m. other charges stemming from not have any crack in the car, she dish hopes this type of sting opera- Duval, County and officers from Sheriff Reddish stated that his
May 6: Second grade 8:15 a.m.; ,operation "Crack pown", Nine, paid for it however but threw it out tion will cut down the demand for the Naval Intelligence Service were department is ,also' involved in
3rd grade, 9 a.m., 5th grade 115; vehicles and one motorcycle were when the arrest,was being made. illegal drugs which will effect the deputized in Bradford. These of- undercover operations to arrest the
seized during the operation as,well What she did not, know was she, street seller. ficers along with eight regular known drug dealers, which will con-
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as several hundred dollars threw it to an undercover, officer A total of 35 law enforcement of- deputies from Bradford with the tinue with operation "Crack Down"on
p.m.Hampton' Jamboree... "We were more successful than who tagged it for evidence.' ficers were involved in the, sting sheriff set operation "Crack Down"Into an unannounced schedule mak-
I'd anticipated," said Reddish. An interesting evening for which was developed by the Duval motion Friday evening In the ing the buyers unaware if they are
Jamborees are set in Hamptoneach Some officers worked as long as 27 neighbors who sat on the porch of the County Sheriffs Department and Reno area of Starke. Starke Police purchasing from undercover agentsor
first Saturday. May through straight hours on this project and it apartments on Thomas Street and has been in operation in Duval over, Department officers'assisted in from the real dealer. '
December,A 3-year Hampton paid off said Reddish. I watched.The average was an arrest'' ;the past several months netting transporting those' arrested, Those arrested are listed In the. I
tradition.' Several car owners were in the of-: ,made every 15 minutes during the several hundred arrests. Deputy ,The.operation,works by running BSection.The .
First jamboree Saturday May 7,
7-11 p.m. Free admission Gcpel.

bluegrass, country music. Food and COMMENTARY: :
drink concession., '
Ibig I

Cheerleading Tornado cheerleading Tryouts.tryout are... Be Your Own, 'Boss Top 'Paying, Jobs for a Select 'Few I

set at 9 a.m. Saturday. May 7, BHS -. ,- '
gym. Open to public. $2 admission Buster Rahn Salaries today are quite different from the old hat and gun and look tough even if you superintendent of schools has an easy
by bosses the school board,
days when county commissioners were paid aren't. job with only five on
BCT Staff Writer 25 administrators to keep happy, and a $12
$3 day and mileage. Pity the poor county clerks property appraisers -
Are tired of slaving away in a low pay- per
you for the
million budget inadequate many
and tax collectors who
are making
Upcoming... with few benefits and a limited future Bradford Commissioners receive
ing job county only$42,900 this but will fare a little bet- demands by county residents the state
year
Public meetings scheduled in the Would you be interested in a part time job $14,323 per year which will increase to$15,143 ter next year when the salary will Increase to department of education and 4,200 students,
'coming weeks are that, pays a thousand dollars per month next year. Not bad for a part-time job but $45,155. These officeholders don't have to and a few hundred parents. The superintendent
Starke Zoning Board: 7 p.m. minimum How would you like a job that ,before one makes application, he should ask listen to unhappy voters, whose taxes have of schools earns $47,190 now, which will'
Thursday, April 28. Starke city. allows you to go home for lunch each day. require Commissioner Joe Riddick how many hours been raised, 'or have some other baseless- increase to $49,660 next year. '
little travel provide medical in- has he contributed to the solid waste disposal complaint.Each officer has a big staff to con- If interested in one of the 17 elective county
h Bradford County Commission: surance and retirement benefits problems, and how many miles has he put on sole'people without jeopardizing the loss of jobs contact the Supervisor of Elections,
9:30 a.m. Monday May 2. Courthouse Bradford County baa a number of such position his car in the past two yea..T Perhaps one votes. whose salary is$34,503.She will
meeting room. Regular *, requiring little more than being 21 should ask Chairman Lawrence Mosley how School Board members work part-time and up 5 percent of the annual salary ofYtheposl-tion '
,monthly meeting. year old; and a resident of the county. Applications much time has be spent attempting to mollify'' are paid accordingly, drawing$12,729 annually you seek, and convince a majority of the
.Lawtey Commission: 7:30 p.m. are available each four yean, and a disgrunted voter for their efforts. The job is a snap exceptfor voters to cast their votes for you. Qualifying
Monday May 2. City Hall. Regular may be picked up at the courthouse. :If making big bucks is your thing why not dealing with teachers students parents dates are noon July 18 until noon July 22.'
monthly meeting. TIM Supervisor of Election keep a supply'' go for the top paying job and run for sheriff and a few other dissidents. ," Don't wait until the last minute though.
'Starke Commission: 7:30 p.m. of application ,on ,hand for would be (County judges make more, but there are Ask veteran school board member Rodney ,There'a few things you need to do before ac-
Tuesday, May S. City Hall. Regular aspirant educational! requirements.) In Bradford Hall how easy it I Is to expel a student or tually qualifying,such as opening a campaign
first Tuesday meeting. --, County, the position pays $ r year increasing Justify the action to the parent of an unruly expenditure account and filling out a financial
School Board at Lawtey Salaries Not Bad... to $49.840! next plus?! a countycar student. Ask accountant-board member'Jim disclosure form..,
Elementary: 7 p.m. Monday May Salaries of county.of fide* are set by the to drive. Not bad, especially: when one my Scott where to find resource to meet If you are married and you can convince r"
9. At Lawtey Elementary.. legislature, baaed on county population, remembers that it Isn't the sheriff that usual- teacher demands for 'adequate salaries. your spouse to vote for you. that's two vote
making all county officeholder* in similar ly gets shot. He has a deputy for that. How does one operate a school: system in without leaving theThouse.
" size counties receive!the same salary amount. Getting to he sheriff allow one to wear'a light of current court decisions Every trip begins with the first step.





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Douglas I a3'4, J- ..1dlrl Restoration Jubilee ,a ,Special ',Eventby I

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j>, Honored Buster Rahn be a gala occasion.. County Inter-Agency Council will School' .and" St. .Augustine High
BCT Staff Writer hold a family day:with booths set up School are scheduled to perform in'
;!1 Diann Douglas, Extension Home, Area residents'' and visitors can Saturday's Schedule... on the Santa Fe Community College the concert.
:" "' '. Economist for Bradford and Union look forward to a fun filled and ex- The' festivities will begin again Parking Lot, furnishing entertain-
\;, Counties was named 1988 Extension citing time Friday the 13th evening, Saturday morning, with Shriners ment and practical. Information as Saturday night, beginning at 8:30:
" Home Economist of the Year by the TI ; and Saturday, May 14, when Call holding a parade down Call Street. in former years. p.m., there will be'another street
i", Florida Home Economics; Associa 'Street merchants* throw a party, Shriners are adept at putting on a ,Call Street Merchants will hold an dance for those who missed the Fri.
house for 2 hours from '2:30p.m. day night dance, or want to dance
tion.Recognized .. with help from Shriners and others. parade, bringing pleasure to open
for outstanding work To kick-off the Restoration children of all ages, from 4 to 94. until 4:30: p.m., offering opportunities again on Saturday ght.
, ''in Extension Education, Ms. Jubilee, Shriners will hold a street Don't miss the parade, to visit and .tour each store
f"* Douglas was selected among 10 ''dance, Friday' evening May 13, Starke dignataries will hold the on the street.Following The scheduling committee) plans
{ nominees from around the state. She beginning at 7:30: ) p.m., and runningInto traditional ribbon cutting ceremonyat the tour, there will be a National Guard skydivers and a
s' received the honor at the recent annual 4'i the wee small hours\maybe. 10:30 a.m.,, with Mayor Travis battle of the bands, with high school number-of other activities' duringSaturday's
,I meeting In Pensacola. Everyone Is welcome to come'join Woods and other VIPS taking part. bands competing. Bands from Brad- celebration. ,
The Florida Home Economics ford High School Union County High There is no admission charges,
the fun, and demonstrate his ability Beginning at 10:43: a.m. and continuing -
Association Is the state affiliate of I e. to "trip ,the HPM fantastic." It will until 2 p.m., the Bradford School, Keystone Heights High Come and bring your friends.O'Neal .
the'' American Home Economics
Association which seeks to

year dards strengthen FHEA of home the recognizes, professional economics.outstanding Each stan- y ', Points Out Problems at Landfillby I

Home Economists in secondary
education, extension; community ..' Buster Rahn which actual construction varies Chairman Mosley objected say. seemed unaware that the local
,;1 outreach and business. BCT Staff Writer from approved plans. ing everyone would want the countyto prisons create 16 tons of waste each
:' Ms. Douglas;! is employed by the Dlonn DouglasFL Problems with the current landfill O'Neal said DER wants a dig pond for them if the county day and are currently in the same
,, Florida Cooperative Extension Ser- Hom.mok.r of Year and DER requirement continue to topographic survey costing $4-5,000, entered Into such an agreement. situation as the counties.
,,' vice and has been in Bradford; and, Bradford commissiones. which is no budgeted."We Commissioner Maxie Carter said, While the prison system cannot
;: Union Counties for four years. During grams in parent education and family plague Darrell O'neal, director of solid need to establish a time. "This is a special situation.."' enter into an Interlocal agreementwith
I J' this time she has been responsible resource management. Examplesof waste .disposal told commissioners clock;" O'Neal said. "If our Commissioners stated that any the counties Thurber indicatedsome
i,., for designing educational pro- such teaching include prenatal April 20 that DER (Department of engineer' Can't meet it, we need to 'agreement to dig a pond must com- area of cooperation may be
grams to address the needs of coun- parenting classes food buying Environmental Regulations) Inspec- get another." prise 4 to 5 acres. Smaller acreage worked out, reducing DOC's cost of
ty residents.'She has been successfulat courses and .money, management tors visited the landfill recently and O'Neal said the county needs to waste disposal from $100 'per''ton
reaching people with creative" pro- classes. "pointed out a few things'" get on with the transfer of land, in operating alone to $20 per ton
O'Neal said DER is being restructured order that digging a pond for storm Commissioner Waters led a operating jointly with the three
with "new players" on board. water run-off can get under way, discussion promoting the use of counties.
The new inspector Wiley Barber a and besides, the landfill needs the ,dump trucks, owned by local
of owners, rather than other means for Doan's Bridge...
of the
graduate university
Just Say Noby Florida appears to understand local dirt.O'Neal was making reference to moving dirt and received accep- Waters reported that commis-
problems better than his the exchange of land between Brad- tance for his recommendation from sioners are working to reopen
predecessor O'Neal Indicated. ford County and the Suwannee River his associates, Doan's Bridge, which crosses the
That isn't to say there aren't pro management District (SRMD), In, Santa Fe River between. Graham
'Judy Becker blems. The ground-water monitoring which the county will deed Santa Fe .Joint Landfill... and Brooker.
Special to the TelegraphIt plan is a piece-meal operation, swamp land to SRMD In exchange O'Neal reported on his meeting The bridge owned by Alachua
is time to start thinking RED. with which the state Is having pro- for land adjacent to the landfill. with Corrections Assistant for County, was closed 'recentlly as''
Just Say No Week will begin May 8. blems. Water samples have not been County Clerk Gib Brown said the Business Affairs Bill Thurber. Ap- result'' of an inspection by the
Families Against Drugs ,(FAD) has been meeting to set up'a satisfactory, and new samples may land exchange plan is at a standstillat parently Thurber had not been pro- Department of Transportation
school and community program for that week. Now is it time for ,have to be taken, O'Neal said the moment with no'action being perly briefed on the situation, since which found the bridge unsafe.
each person in the community to get his or her red ribbons ready DER has found there is no "storm taken at this time. _- he was under the impression that the Bradford Commissioners are of.
and to find a red dress, red shirt or red tie ,water plan," and requested that one O'Neal commissioners: a near three counties Baker, Bradford and fering to furnish either labor or
FAD is asking the community to support the' fight against be turned in shortly. in addition, by landowner wants a pond dug, and Union, wanted the Department of materials, with Alachua County fur-
,substance abuse. Monday is Red Ribbon Day. Red ribons will be DER wants an "as-built"plan of the Is willing to give the removed dirt to., Corrections (DOC) to donate land, nishing the other" and getting the
': given to businesses,'and red bows will adorn light posts. landfill which points out areas inDER. the county for digging the pond. for a tri-county landfill. Thruber bridge repaired -
'r' "You can do your part" says Adele Mitchell, FAD chairperson
," "by wearing a red ribbon that day and every day of the week. '
' Decorate your house, your trees, or your car with red ribbons." .. .
,r{ Businesses are urged to support the week with a message on their frpap1"Its
marquees. Everyone is asked to wear red, especially Thursday. scope of work. In fact, he said he again'Painfully evident: The con- with''Western's project management wrote.'
,May 12. had not seen the scope of work until tract Is five weeks behind now and is mounting rapidly among the DER In its conversations with'DER
The week's' school program will include Red Ribbon' Day',''a last wcek..The lack of directionsand the risk assessment people haven't staff, I believe this same feeling exists 'Weston: blamed delays and other<
balloon'release Wednesday Wear Red Thursday, and signing management by John Brewer even started. with the subcontractors and problems on work overload, and. a
pledge cards Friday. In addition there wil! be videos, skits, and a '/(of Weston)... on this ,contract, is "Frustration and dissatisfaction other Weston staff also," Clarke tight deadline of May 1
rock concert aimed at educating and helping students .say no to

drugs Monday night May 9, the Bradford' '. County' Parents, ,Education' Pay Taxes ftfow...

Committee will hold a Say No To Drugs: Parents' Seminar at Brad-, Deadline'for paying 1987 local Discover Difference"=- 1
ford High School library from 7-9 p.m. The program will include a property taxes and the$75 solid ,'
''speaker and Skits by Bradford High School students Parents are waste assessment, is past., Lower Prices', !
urged to take time during the week to talk to their children about 'The list names of unpaid taxes MakeJJ r
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Request, Approved by Bd.A ,


full time, aide to help Hampton Mickey McMillan suggested vinyl
'" a r Elementary special education In- tile might be better, but he got no,
structor Alice Faye Waters,who has ,support from an educator. In fact, it''
.27 !students, has been promised."I was out
pointed carpet; wears as long'as
tile ,
wouldn't, say it will be easy
but..," said Supt. Jim Duncan when 3)Replace) bathroom ventilationfans
asked by School Board ChairmanLen Cost: $500. '
Schlofman if help couldn't be 4> Complete walls. around the
found for the heavy load''.The discussion stage. ,
resulted from a list presentedby 5) Two ceiling, fans In, library..
,by Principal Mary Ann Kyle Cost: $600. ,
.a the'school board visited Hampton 6)) ,Chain link fence along cafeteria
Elementary Tuesday night.April 26. boundary (has ,barbed wire fence)
Cost: $500.
Mrs. Kyle's list: ,7)) Handrails for front steps. Cost

_I ._ 1)) Complete replacement of $500. ,
heat/air unit with wall units As at 8) Iron security gates.,Cost: $$ub.
The Top Grade Earners at Lawtey Elementary;,. Brooker'file, Supt. Duncan explained '9)) Half-time custodian. Cost:

Students earning itralght-A's for the third and fourth six-week. grading Illers Sarah Falkenberg. conditioners-as soon are as the replaced roof with air- $7,000. Supt. Duncan said HE enrollment
periods at Lawtey Elementary are (II-rl! Third row John Pilcher, Henry Ross, Leighton teelIchelJe; Konkel, single classroom units mounted on' of 205 students' Justifies
Pint row; Misti! Golden, Ricky Beck, Kyle Bennett, Chris'Laneer. Lori Kilgore.: -' ,; the ground the roof will be another part-time Janitor according
Michelle Groves, Ann Smith, Beth Slater Nancy Cavanaugh, Brooke Fourth row, Latonya Prevail.. Greg Durbin, Matthew'' Griffta; Zack it'will' be next before repaired.But the ,to state DOE standards.
Thornton, Patricia Cowie Krlsteen Moorehous :Tiffany Lafferty''. Leigh Smith. Vernolca Williams Dana' ,Willson. Dominic Barber;' Dale 1'1'<<'n- roof can be repaired.year 10) ESE fulltlme aide. Cost$10,000 -
'Ann Griffin. darvls.
Peter Juchniecwici. :
... 2)) Carpet all classrooms. Cost '
Second row: Dwayne Wilkinson, Brooke ,Gaskins: Katrlna Harris. Fifth rowi Talslr El-Souessi Theresa ,Juchnlewicz, Shannon Patrick, Discussed above
Amanda Patrick,, Amanda Crews, Victoria Verunac. Esther Massey Joni Grlffls, Virginia Belmarez. estimate: '$9,000(! PTO President Projector) 16mm<,Cost: $HUQ():

Brandon Padgett, Dana Williams Lectlsha Riser, Erika King, Beverly:', Not present for photo: Amy Khoden, Mikel tiaskins..
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I Brooker Elementary Has Few Problems to Report,

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Nothing much Is wrong at Brooker Department 6f' Corrections'' Is an_ Term at a cost of some-$8,000. ''A pilot BE! teachers1 present;, Joan' Wat- :SUMMER is HERE; "
Elementary and the few things ask understatement,',' said Principal program is in operatioq at Lawtey, son, Laurie Ezzell, Lynn Melvin, and ,
ed will be fixed.or provided in the'i 'McRae, Elementary this term. Debbie Bigham, agreed with reports''
i near future. The fence is termed a high priority '""We're real excited about Writingto 'from other schools,abollt,too much '
Walkways, long requested' were by Principal McRae because of the, Read We think it 'will be testing in the lower, grades 'Supt. 'THE'HEATISON',
under 'construction as the School traffic problem.The fence would run fantastic'' said Principal McRae, buncan said the the CTBS test will ,
,I Board made its annual visit to the some 1,350 feet from the special Air-conditioning and roof problems not be given \in grades K-2 this cornIng ", "
'., smallest school in the district,seven education (the old cafeteria), northto i plague BE, built in 1968. Supt. term, except for placement in ,.J'' & ,,
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". ; classrooms, Monday night, April 25, the railroad, east to the propertyline Duncan said the air-conditioners are 'the Chapter 1 remedial program. <
/0 Supt. Jim Duncan drew gasps and and then south to the ballfield being removed from the roof as fast Supt, Duncan is asking'about too : : :
'r :,: "" congratulations when he said he fence;The fence will have two 12 foot possible. The system is moving to. much testing at each school At BE- 'r''S' :" ; GRAUD ON5' :" :
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':. J r, \, thinks money can be found to fence gates and two pedestrian gates. e .individual classroom air- Duncan had heads nodding positively : : : ,, ,: ;; ;;,' : '
'\' ,r:\:!:"'" : in the north end of the BE school property The fence is important because it .conditioners. before he finished asking, "Do you "
some 1,350 feet, when school will restrict vehicular traffic on the. Once the 'air-conditioners ,are think we're 'doing too much
is out. Board member James (Cob-,' north side of the school on evenings removed from the roof, the board testing?" lEMIGERATICffijIS
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''by)' Wainwright, who is, ,also and weekends- thus eliminatingmuch can look toward re-roofing both BE Debbie Bigham ,asked about not ,
i superintendent of the New River Annex -' litter and broken glass on the and Hampton Elementary- next giving: letter grades of A.B.C.D etc
,, said when the school system BE basketball court. The fence will, year, Duncan said.,"We're going to in elementary schools, going insteadto
buys the wire,' prison Inmates will also give protection to students from have to schedule both (BE and (tiE),. Satisfactory, of Needs Improve-; '
build the fences, the Increased number of coal trains,' They're the same roof, really," said ment, Ms., Bigham said she feels no1 'BACK! '
BE Principal Bill McRae was high 8 or 9 per' day' traveling through veteran. .Board. Member, .Rodney' failures 'would greatly encourage
in his praise of work done,'grounds Brooker, McRae pointed out,,, Hall.,, students.'Supt. Duncan said parents *
'keeping and carpentry, by prison inmates -' t A Writing to Read Program is also Leaks occur every time. rains, at,, ,demand, the letter' grades as a ...
"To say we are in debt to the set for Brooker: for the 88-89 school BE. McRae said.; 'I. > measure:.stud'nt progress,J ,
Justin :time to help you:


' I. : ',Hampton City: Council ,Agrees 'on. Paying, :Project: keep your,cool! '

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'': ;,I',,', I b,y Buster'Rahn, torney Reggie Flynn, to discuss the' Bonding.. Whim asked about a' warranty, In your business, or ,home; ,
. BCT Staff Writer. street paving with the contractor. Contractor Kyle said he did not include Kyle said the work will be warranted,, ,
The Hampton City Council ham--, Beginning and ending'dates were' for one year a standard in the In,
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the cost of bonding in his bid, We offer hour '
, ,>, mered out an agreement for paving set, and the council heard Kyle because the insurance is extremely dustry. He said it ia a very straightforward -, 2ft ,, :o; ,r/ ,
'. segments of- Pine and Division 'outline the method he proposed.to expensive.He told the council he will job,' presenting. no special' '": i:;'
1'-1''' Streets with,Hank Kyle; owner of ''use in paving the two streets. insurance and add the problems. 'service. '
the dependable
r Keystone Paving Co., in a called Work is scheduled to begin' MonSttayrMaytTWltJi secure Mayor Padgett 'said' .the, city: ; : : ,
: bond the bid if (
., ..... .. cost of the to, price
i .' l'JMSP'1* flMW.y.-Ata'giajB' i"i" i completion date set '' agreed 'to. have trash, and !other : ,
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Keysonei Paving[ Cb."'''was Willow for 30 days later although Kyle said they Kyle insisted.said Duval County. has aban- residue picked 'up by' : the'tlty' 1 For.all." 'your \V-; : : ;."\ivRefrigeration 'I': --
bidder for paving 1,580 feet of the actual work will take only 3 to 5 maintenance crew in. order to hold "
bonds '
: two streets, beginning at the corner, days under optimum conditions.In doned the requirement that for less than on down costs; ,', ,: > \: :: J" ,
of SR-18 and Division St., and running the April .12 council meeting, 'paving$100,000 jobs, because of run the additional Attorney Reggie Flynn. participated :&:,. ::0f!' )|;.',:I, ;,
to Pine St., turning east on Pine, Councilwoman Amy Davis attempted .! in the discussions with '
and running to SR325. to change the streets designatedto cost. Kyle; reviewed the contract,. 'and Air -Conditioning ,needs'::: '
Bids; for the paving were opened at be paved, but received no support "All a bond does'is guarantee the recommended its being signed. :; ;
the regular April 12 council meeting: from her peers. Ms. Davis, who has completion of the job,' said Kyle, Mayor Padgett and Chairman Ted "". '
" ::' 'Keystone Paving Co.,' bid $12,636 been on the council for only two months The council decided to foregothe. Curtis signed the document; .along'' at ,the lowest possibleprices -.
Hipp Construction Co., $13,840;' said other streets in town are in 'requirement for a bond.Bruce with Contractor. ,Kyle, '
I' ''Tucker Asphalt Co, $17,315,and Columbia worse 'condition. Mayor Elwood "" call
Paving Co., $24,140. Padgett said Pine and Division .
The Monday night meeting ,was Streets have lots of traffic, and the
: ;:,;. called at the suggestion of City'At- decision to repave them was made '
"'," several months back. '
When asked how much money the ; 964-4928:
, city had earmarked for repaying.
,LEGAL Mayor Padgett said, "Just, enough to> yixjx fciifJ p c fr"vA/*=gaj J ,
NOTICENotice
.do the job. To of them into a Mark
crack a quantity nuts quickly put GraudonsOwnerOperatorSr ,
additional
'is The council hopes to repave -, bag and gently hammer until all are broken open Citizen'Discounts ),
( Available
hereby given that, streets next year using gas, c
on Friday May 6, 1988 at tax receipts for the'work.!?

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(It was'April '10, 1865. the day after
General Robert E. Lee s surrender to
Union forces at Appomattox Courthouse In
Virginia, and days before President
Lincoln would be fatally shot while attending
M an evening performance at Ford's
Theatre in Washington, D.C. The same '
+ rxK issue of the New York Herald, dated April V'l
a 15, 1865, carried news of both of these'
historic events. The Telegraph recently
reprinted the story of Lincoln's assassination ..'r.,
.' In this issue we carry The Herald'
story of Lee's surrender during that same
.fateful week.

Appomattox Courthouse tf1'
April 10 18115 ,
My dispatch of yesterday was burriedlyclosed
by the departure of a HERALD
messenger for City Point. My dispatch of
''\q today shall be confined to some additional t
details of the great culminating event of vf fie

the rebellion- .as they represented 1' 4
themselves to mel without much regard to J1 ,a. '
importance, or order,

+' Terms of SurrenderThe -

appointment of officers to carry out '
sketched/ the field the terms of surrender were made by both :
''ky Frank Vitetelly parties during the night, and a conference
between Generals Grant and Lee was heldon
the brow of the hill one-fourth of a mile -
north of the Court' House at ten o'clock ,
A.M,; ,

General Grant and staff had hardly arrived -
EIDITORIALSLeadership when General Lee, accompanied by
... an orderly galloped up the hill and rode to
... the side of Lieutenant General...
General Grant's staff General Ord and

-0 staff General Griffin and staff GeneralGibbon .
,. and staff were all on the ground,
grouped in a semicircular position. The -E.
country to the southward was open, 3obert Zee I Ihili
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Vacuum Affects' cultivated land. The courthouse stands on

a ridge, or a continuation of small hills,extending

,\ All Phases of Government east and west. )beyond. General Grant turned the headof At first, some may be Inclined to think
Lee's army lay on the parallel ridge, his thoroughbred Cincinnati toward General Grant not sufficiently exacting.'But .
with a ravine and a little rivulet between, the Court House, followed by his staff anda no one who witnessed the behavior of
nearly north of our forces. The head of his large retinue of general officers the rebel officers and listened to their con-
beginning of the decade of column was mainly composed of trains versation on the subject, could long doubt
At .the the "The crisis of is not merely
leadership and artillery. The infantry and cavalry Meeting Old Friends the wisdom of his policy,
,
1980s, a noted 'American historian political, but is general in America. It i brought up the rear. Consequently but a '
observed that.the decline in America's cannot be resolved! by just another guy small portion of the rebel army was visible Within half an hour thereafter the officers LEE'S ARMY DELIGHTED'
designated by General Lee to carryout General Lee's whole army goes home
,. is not confined to from the Court House.:
leadership just or another party. The future of the country the stipulations of surrender arrived delighted that they are out of the service?
politics, but that it afflicts almost every: I is too important to be left to the per-, ,The Conversation''As 'and were accompanied by a large number and grateful to General Grant for sparing

segment of, our increasingly, floundering, sonal manipulations of its politicians":..,' the' ::of noted rebel officers.The large veranda ;.them: all unnecessary humiliation.
Lee rode hillside on a gallop '
up foon filled with
and in front
yard was
society.' '-' ,as true now as when Reston wrote it in General Grant stepped his horse forwardtwo of Union and rebel officers in ., ISSUED RATIONS .,
Where are our national' j leaders in the 1980. "In short the. crisis'' requires a or three rods to meet him. Lee rode earnest groups conversation. Half the "regulars" On Sunday evening Colonel Morgan,

military in banking, industry' and reappraisal of the national' condition squarely up, saluted in military form, and 1 on either side found some old acquaintance Chief Commissary of Subsistence for the
wheeled his horse side by side to the left of armies operation against Richmond,
in education'and even a re-definition ,of the national or West Point classmate among the others,
transportation, / Issued twenty thousand rations of bread
General Grant. The two chieftains then
and in Instances the greetings
religion, in conservation of the environ, philosophy', a realization of the need for ''entered into conversation which lasted warm and many unaffected. The men who were but' and meat to the rebel army, and on Monday '

ment, in the so-called "war on drugs" cooperation rather than confrontation' nearly two hours,' until the officers appointed the day before were seeking each other's was able to add the" rations, of sugar, ,
in our mismanaged and badly mangleforein between the White House and the Con- on both sides to carry, out the destruction now chatted quietly together, coffee and salt.

affairs and the foreign trade gress, between management and labor, terms of surrender had reported to duty. recalled the incidents of the past and gave of All VirginiansTo
The tableau at this time the finest Duty
the was ever In their open countenances evidence of
deficit? These the between the races, and the sexes, '
were among
ques- witnessed. The two distinguished leaders honest respect. Amongst the first ques- Submit to U.S. Authorities
-' tions asked-and eight years later the' rich ''and the poorboth at home and Of the mightiest hosts of the world sat tions from rebel officers were- Well (From The, Richmond Whig. April 13*
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questions are still unanswered. ,abroad.< quietly in their saddles discussing the past, what are you going to do with us?" 1865)
present and future, in free and easy offhand -
At the time, in 1980 it was pointed out In the 28 years since I960,we have had conversation.,' Effect of Grant's Terms ;The duty of all true Virginians is perfectI I,
by commentator James Reston that five presidents of, the U.S- Kennedywas ly apparent.,Whatever. may 'have been
murdered Johnson was'destroyed The belief seemed widespread among tai, their previous views and wishes, they will
;.there is a feeling that personal and ; During''the conversation. General la telligence.. officerthat the.JJni cd States now iittefr.forfh and a.1wo l \v>dga of l once
local l interests have overwhelmed, by the Vietnam War and refused to run stated that if General Grant had accededto government had pledged itself to grant no the authority of the U.S..'Government, and.
interests of the' nation and of this, ''for re-election; Nixon was turned out of his proposal for a personal interview amnesties for the offense of treason, and that they owe full allegiance to it,

civilization that depends "on' America's Washington in disgrace; Ford held some weeks ago, peace would have un-, that they must "all hang together Genera The slightest hesitation in regard to this
principles and power." The present Ad- things together, just barely, for a time doubtedly resulted therefrom. Much< of separately." .On learning that matter can but still further complicate the
their conversation was, of course, private Grant had taken no advantage of their '
ministration has done nothing to lessen but was rejected for re-election in 1976; and unheard. But enough Was gleaned to necessities and desperate situation, but difficulty of the situation and throw addi-
in the of
tional obstacles a speedy
this feeling. Carter rightly or wrongly, achieved the know that General Lee acknowledged had voluntarily extended to them the same to that and way freedom from
lowest popularity rating in the history of himself completely beaten, the power of magnanimous terms offered two days return quietude
restraint that are essential to enable the
,/ It was Reston's belief that it is an illusion polls; and Reagan will leave the White the Southern Confederacy utterly before and refused by General Lee,, they to recover from the blighting effect
to think that the,problems facingthe House under a > cloud of Iran/Contra 'destroyed, and any further prolongation of expressed themselves exceedingly this people unhappy war has had on every interestIn
American nation at home and the war a useless effusion of blood. The gratified. Discussion of the matter among this State.
abroad can somehow be resolved by $candal. i opinion was universal among rebel officers themselves seemed to greatly strengthenthis
Reston asked the that Johnston would surrender to feeling. All admitted that their army The course of the authorities and the
:whoever is elected President. is not a Eight years ago I Sherman without a battle on hearing that had no further power of resistance and soldiery In this city is well calculated to In-
personal, a party,or even an ideological question: "Is it any wonder then that the army of Northern Virginia had done so that It was compelled to surrender on our spire confidence in their desire to see har-
problem, he saidbut a problem of the even our allies are asking whether we to General Grant." own terms. They appeared surprised to mony and fraternal feelings restored in
utmost seriousness., "It requires, not are'really a serious country, and that find no exhibition of vindictiveness on our our common country; and we feel confident !
confrontation betweenthe historians are suggesting that the crisisof Conversation Ended, part.'Judging of their hearty concessionsof that our people In every section of the'State
'cooperation Interview generals and liberal treatment by us, will freely respond,and do all In their
leadership lies not merely in shortly'before eleven o'clock the
political parties/ between management one would conclude they expected to have power to'bring about a consummationwhich
ended Lee
and labor- not on their special interests Washington, but in ,the nation as :a between the generals by been chained together as felons to grace willbe fraught with so much hap-, '

but on the 'general interest of whole?' \saluting and< riding slowly down the Slope,' the, triumphal ,march;,of our victorious piness and good. '

the nation and the civilized world that is As we near the end of the decade, that across the hollow and into the camo on the general..

in such deep trouble," Reston wrote. question still remains unanswered.1

Now almost at the end of, the decade, Leadership, where are you when we,

the troubles of the civilized world' seem, need you most.;,at all levels of .government -

deeper,than ever. ?, Letters, '
i : in "Bradford
,Forestry County:


Outsider'Looking'In..,, Time for Summer. By David W.
: Forester
Camp
:, Cultural Avenue Bra rord
New To all the re lstered voters,' friends,. County ,
relatives and citizens of Starke

::, : To .Be Opened, ,by' Santa Fe Stop,'Look, Listen,'and Think.:; Don't let sponsors Every summer an environmental the Division summer of Forestry camp'' students The curriculum of all ability is designed levels from to adapt those to'

; : the turmoil that exists in the Police for all students ages 11 to 15. Unlike most '
Department be allowed to play on your 'other camps, this camp combines outdoor completing the 6th grade this June,up
..' emotions and Intelligence to be used in recreation with outdoor, Instruction in through and including llth grade.,
,', ?A new dimension to the benefits deriv; Gainesville within the next two years 'stripping you of two very Important rights. ecology and the environment. Each session '
I .ed by the Bradford County communityfrom In' announcing this new 'cultural ad- ,The first u your right to sort out facts and lasts one week and sessions are offered ,sidering It would be very I Interesting to those con-,,
in
its close association with Santa Fe'' vancement for both'counties, SFCC come to an intelligent decision based on from the end 01 June through August. careers sciences. This biological or will environmental -

Community'College has. been opened president Alan Robertson said, "After, wrong and right,or even personal opinion During the week each student Is part of a give them hands-on: experience program with''

with the announcement of an extensivenew we have this facility.in place, what we The second and equally Important, is explores team of five the to plants eight persons wildlife;, each and other team biological field work. It will show the''
ourImagination. the right to come to a common polling students what biologists, foresters and
is limited only by ,
program scheduled to start 'with cano aspects of the local area's environment.
with friends and neighbors to cast do for
place ecologists a living.They can become
the new school year in August., ." ,,, ballots for the candidate of your choice. They between also each learn.different about the ecosystem relationships and involved in these professions see what Is,

This program will be offered through Judy Skinner'of the "Dance Aliveustaff"speaking' The petition being circulated is asking! learn how; to detect simple pollution in the ,done and learn wbY;

Santa Fe's facilities in Gainesville and of' Bradford County, you to give up your "Right to Vote". In water and air. They get to know the plants' It is beneficial to'any student who spends'1'

Starke, in cooperation with "Dance said,' "You have a wonderful reputationfor reality, they are saying you don't have the ''and animals that make up the environment time outdoors, hunting, fishing, or Just
Alive" (formerly the Gainesville Civic music and dance with many, Intelligence to choose a Police Chief They i and learn the importance of plant walking. The names of trees and plants
,
are saying to you that they know what you and animal life to the overall balance to,
Ballet), one of 'the'' top professional talented performers in both areas We, need. ,I, am, curious as, to the logic or'' nature.' ,will be identified by them. Each student
dance companies in the South. are..very excited about the program reasoning that has set these people above'or will realize that there is more to a forest
because'we have' worked with the' over you, the voter, to be able to make, .The camp 'Is still designed for enjoy than trees more to streams than water will,
instructors and to the soil than just dirt.He
Under this program; dance this decision for however:,' fishing, and more
students here before, and they are' you.) ment, vollelbaU. to
will With students become wiser about nature,and be able
recreation
begin working activities
talented and enthusiastic." If the voters are not Intelligent enough to swimming offered.are Comfortable dormitoriesare interpret and appreciate:' the area he's in.
ranging from elementary school to high elect a Police Chief, then surely they
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school and advanced college classes, in The "Dance Alive' tough aren't qualified to elect a City Clerk or City provided for meals the week-long served stay In and a, This summer camp can provide a pleasant -"
well-balanced are
a unique cooperative program, including familiar to audiences here their Commissioner, so why not include these on .well-equipped dining hall., break for those students who do not
both ''Bradford and 'Alachua performances of the '"Nutcracker"ballet the petition also.'Bui wait! Where would modern have a summer job. They not only can en-
school auditorium dur- ''you find anyone 'with that much InteIligence -''}/ Joy outdoor sports and recreation for a
Counties. It will also offer students the at the high One camp is presently in operation-
could the ,
? Maybeyou get, week but they can also learn something
will add additional Withlacoochee
opportunity to in large scale ing the Christmas season. It Environmental Center at' '
I appear Governor to make the appointmentbut' they may use later in life
The state
musical'and dance productions at the interest to presentations of this ,\ then again, he is a Republican and that ,State Forest near Brooksville.what It costs to.
treat to local dancer taking wouldn t work in the City of Starke with so charges the participants '
r, forthcoming multi-million dollar perfor- holiday see conduct the five-day program, and this is, Remember,'the earlier you apply, the'
',,i ming arts center to be built in bows in the future. many registered Democrats. |90 per student. Applications are acceptedon more likely you are to get your first choice.
The people of North Florida and Starke a first-come, first-served basis, and There are 9, one-week sessions beginning
are being given a lesson now In what happens those who apply early will have a better' ,June 13 and running through Aug. 19.
when you deal with an appointed chance of attending during the session ,
'&RAD ORD cOtJ' agent. Look at the Hazardous Waste facility .they choose. Once again, three teachen from the
that will probably be forced on us. If this middle and Junior high schools may attend
matter were left to the voter,it would not any of these sessions at no cost except
; -wilirtra .' happen. their to the center. This
: : Chief surely shouldn't exceed those of the transportation
p11.... provide science teachers
=. Whether' you approve or disapprove of President of the United States. That office may techniquesIn
7,. the Police Chief be a part of the decision. 'requires you to be a natural born citizen, instructing In an outdoor environmental
0. O BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER I You make the call. Don't let someone no lived In the U.S.14 years,and beat least:39 science atmosphere at their! schools.
Q. more qualified and in some case less, old.
years
.
,, .. *rlOi\y, P bll.hr. ? decide your fate.Sometimes when we vote Anyone Interested in an application torui
Published each Thursday and .nt......u Second Claw Mottar at th*Pat Off klet :we make wrong decisions, but the You make the call: register and vote. '"or more Information should contact the

Stark. Flo.'.und* Act of March 3. 187 ./. Subscription rata In trod ara: 110 pw rar; (S.M .l. month. beautiful part Is in two yean we have aright Then live with your decision.Edwin i{1 County Forester either at the Agriculture

Out..... trad ara: SI I P*. Var;.$6 tin month.. ka,FI.. to change. P.Johns Building In Starke or phone 9644280 (ext.
Phon 64-3OS ,.0.Drowr A Star Rt.S,Box 347,Starke 219). ,
:The standard for qualifications on Police

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The Mer// ,Kay Smith: / Wed ,Apr 22 .

ocial ,To'' William Timothy Norman
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t' Miss Merl Kay Smith, daughter of was a blue ribbon from the Matron'' "
ide of the news Mr and Mrs.'Jon Smith of Orion, of Honor's son and a handkerchief: I
Ill., and niece of Mr and Mrs. Ver-, from her mother. 1
t i w.ddl. Dub N.W. !Social E..rR.e.plew.
p -Smith of married the brunch'was '
\ ... non Starke.- Following ceremony; a :,
Church N. arM
William Timothy Norman, son of held at the home of the groom'lparenta
,Mr.and Mrs.James M. Norman and on Bayless Highway,
u NqY grandson of Mr. and Mrs."" Hinton Following a wedding trip to Orion,
;; Ifl.R Jackson of Starke. The double-ring HI., home of the bride and other
ceremony was performed by Rev.' points of Interest, the couple will
James Cowart April 22 in Northside reside in Lake Butler.
Baptist Church. 'The bride is a graduate of Orion
The altar was decorated by a High and is employed in the Purchasing J
basket arrangement of pink carnations Dept. at Camp ,Blandmg.The : "
1t purple mums, pink gladiolusbabyts groom is a graduate of Bradford, 1' Y ,
breath and greenery Nuptialmusic' High School and is employed by Du- 'iu1
was provided by Mrs Alta Pont.
Mae Mattox; organist.
Lynn Bacon served as Matron of Family Fun Fesf>volt '
Honor and wore a tea length gown of Will( Be 14 t
May
.ty lace over satin in rosebud pink
featuring a bateau neckline andshort 'The second annual Family Fun
scalloped-edge (sleeves. The Festival, sponsored by the Bradford h I
natural waistline was defined by a County Interagency Council, will be
satin cumberbund, accented by a held May 14 from 10:30-2 p.m; at the
bow at the center back. A scalloped, Santa Fe College parking lot. Area
t ''border at'' the neck and hemline social agencies .educational and ,
repeated the sleeve treatment, completing medical services will set up activity "
the look. She carried three booths to encourage family interaction
long stem carnations tipped in pink, and community participation
and tied with forever yours ribbon: ''Games will include a dunking
The groom chose for his Best.. Man' booth, bean bag toss,bingo and cakewalk
Johnny Brown. to name a few, Health screening
'Given in marriage by her uncle, and emergency': vehicle tours will t "'
'Vernon Smith, the bride wore an old- ,be available, J' \
4 fashioned tea length gown of lace Stage activities will be. ongoing : :;
'over pale pink net and satin. The during the festival. These activities -- -. -- ;'
bodice featured a sheer yoke trimmed include square dancing, aerobics,.
with simulated pearls, sequins gymnastics, skits, storytelling, I\frand; 'Mrs.J.D.Odom "
'and venice lace. Scallops accented karate and tap danc ng. p

the,hemline and the lace sleeves Mr. & Mrs. JD. Odom '
;
k .N qllA 'tapered at the wrist.Pale pink satin Jr. : ,:
ribbon, pearls and sequins trimmedthe "
dropped-waist, Joined by a back Young at Heart Group Celebrate Golden Anniversary/

II bow centered by a fabric rose, ac-, /Invites ,Si:. Citizens
1 cented with pale pink. The back of '' of the'- -The' 50th, .wedding 'anniversaryreception gift; from JD.'to Vcrriiei On the'food'
the bodice was enhanced with pearl' 'YoungatHeart'group forJ.DJr.: and Venue tables and other focal points,were '
r and satin buttons. Complimenting, First Baptist Church of Starke invites Phillips Odom was held Saturday, ''beautiful displays flowers' from''
Yr her gown, the bride wore a wreath of, all senior citizens to the May S Apr. 23 at the Starke Woman's club friends.
baby's breath' In her hair. In her noon meeting. (from three to seven o'clock. During the party hours, ..music;
shoe, she.wore a penny dated the A team with the information on ''Their children, Mr. and Mrs John from the 50s and '60s was furnished ",
be .
\ year she was born, a gift from Mrs. cataract problems and what can Charles Odom of Pensacola Mr.and by Livingston ,and Goldin Duo of : ,'.;
Jack Underhill.She also wore a wedding done.about them will be the infor- Mrs. Larry C, Johnson and Mrs. Ocala '
ring given to her Aunt Mary by mative program. Lunch will 'senior be fur Philip Odom,' all\ of Live Oak, and Memorabilia collected through the ,"A',!,5'I
her Uncle Vernon and the pair of nished by the church. All Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Odom III years was-splayed {round' the ,daq:!r,
6 tear-drop earrings of her mothers citizens are urged to,attend. of Gainesville, were hosts, along. rooms including a video tape recording \"? ', "" ,;{1'\
which she has 'admired since with many, grandchildren of the of old movies tnndv.of family, '"' ,y, ::" \
m childhood. ,honorees. ''friends and travels. "
The bride' carried'' a precious' At the front entrance of the recep-1 Mr and Mrs. Odonrwlsh 'tbank' < '
Mr.and Mrs.Randy Andrews memories Bible, topped'' with pink, M rl ieihiTetstone'' tion room: were large arrangementsof .their family! and friends, for their/ "
,)\) rosebuds and tied; l with white ribbons, peace lilies. As guests entered the help in making this.'joyttus o<:rca
I ",-v and streamers."'In ,the. Bible, there. Celebrates' 2nd B'Day foyer through lighted palm trees and 'sion, commemorating.,hal. 5<,uLtJry'
Monica/ ,Green, Randy'' Andrews h Merideth i Tetstone, daughter ;of!i ficus trees, they were greeted by the of happy memories.. '
, Keith and Joy Tetstone, celebrated honor guests, Mr:, and Mrs. Odom,:
Wed March ),9'at Madison/ Baptist '" her second birthday on April 17,., Guests were 'asked to sign, the;
'r tj t'u.r11r the' fun register to add to the memories of''
A mft. .. ''Among those joining in .
'
X uuit. & & the occasion
Monica Marie Green, daughter of I'). Peggy" Gaskina and Mrs.. Martha, & ; were her grandparents Elder and ,
send Mom soaring. Mrs.'O.M., Yarborough of 'Starke, Refreshments' served from
Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch Green of Smith. Serving punch were Mrs' .
tables
Brooker and William Randal (Ran Lana Dowdy, Mrs.' Sandra Duncan and her aunt and uncle",,Mr,,. and formed of attraction'as a star'wilhthe''center' '
1' and Mrs. Harris Mrs. Eddie McLeod of Jasper:Also being an arrangement wr' :
,dy) Andrews son of Mr. Mrs. Mary Cissy, Mrs. Alice of enchantment1' ,,
from out- f.town was Alana
:Ervin Andrews of Starke, were and Mrs. Adele Mitchell. present -
white
yellow ,
roses gladioli tulips,
,
1 united in marriage March '19 at 4 'Presiding at the groom's table McLeon and Hamp Sirmons. snapdragon and stock. Wyoming waS the first stat'irv "
't\; p.m. at Madison St. Baptist Church, were Mrs. Karen Andrews and Mrs. ., 'The Mickey'Mouse theme was carried On the piano 'which women>could, vote
was an arrangement
with cake, and dinner was
out
Andrews a
In Starke.The double-ring ceremonywas "Terri serving the groom's, 'of
; yellow a traditional
roses ,
performed ,by Rev Henry cake, made by Mrs. Blonnie enjoyed at Burger,King in Starke. fifty "
McKinney Derkman. Mrs. Brenda Andrews,
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Decorations included an arch Mrs. Gayle Hurst and Mrs. Maxine. ,
4 ,candelabra entwined with sprengeri ,Kelly served coffee Floor hostesseswere ,1
flanked on either side by beautifullive Mrs.Freda Judd,Mrs. Clifford t: ''II'
arrangements on pedestals con- Jackson, Mrs. Jackie Grider and r
'r14 MstUtyY! hJtjgUdioHi/ \ < blue carnations:' A unity Candle: 'assisting were i Mrs''.'OTeeta Harden-- I" .i
'decorated with leather-leaf fern anda brook, Mrs. Pat Lawson, Mrs.Wan- t, !
white bow completed the decora' da Smith and Mrs. Carolyn Sweat. i(, '
tions. Family pews were marked Following a wedding trip to Key'1' Send the FTD Swan Bouquet.West "
with white bows with ,royal blue the newlyweds now reside at ;' ,

lilies.Nuptial music was''provided" by Crosby Lake, i iDid Mother's Week begins May Z.. II::: : ;

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pianist, Mrs. Julia Ripplin er, and You Know... Just call or,visit,us today., ,,
soloists Mrs. Sylvia Reddish and
Mr. Bill McRae. Ms. Cheryl Boyett Mr:and Mrs. James D.Gourley of i (
'directed the wedding and Kara An- North Brunswick N.J., visited Mr. K '
drews kept the bride's book in the and.Mrs. R.C. Buford Saturday, Julia's Florist '
church. 324 N.Temple -SUrke Saturday ; :
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; I Ms.Angela Boyett served as maidof Eastern Star 964-7711 1' ; ::: ; -1" '"
honor. Bridal attendants were I P1 ,; ',' 'il,: '
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Mrs. Paula Wilkinson and Miss Son- Special,Evening y 75549 'r,js w,, !:- I :
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dra Green (sisters of the bride) and Frances Chapter 140:Order of the 90H May 14, !,,(' <"
,Ms. Lisa Reddish. They wore mat Eastern Star cordially invites you 'In" : '1,1"" ,,; '
ching dresses of royal blue satin to 'An Evening with 100 Stars' on' \ ','
.: :,'f'" ): : ,
with a sweetheart neckline,princess'' May 14, at 7:30: p.m. at New Bethel .;. 'f"I'' I '
seams, short puffed sleeves trimmed Baptist Church on the corner of ', ., 5:30: ,.',U.'t1', ,
ItA 1egIoIorecI- .,+aeevro+\. r p.m.I "
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with lace and a basque waistline Florida and Keller Street Rev. A.J., I ,'
with a .full skirt, accented at the Simmons, Pastor, The public is I II In .r..I" ''Ii"," '" ,
back with a large self-bow trimmed I vited. ._, 1 \\6'\" /' -" '
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with lace. They carried nosegays of ,
white and 'royal roses and STARKE4iz GAINESVILLE "
... ,.. :>1 fJW 13IH St. :
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> sprays of seed pearls with royal blue i.: -.I. '
,and white streamers.' Monica 'Jo PALATKA JACKSONVILLECHANGE The way this auction works ,
served flower girl. She ,
Gaskins as 410 Uj 111OCALA .
'wore a white lace dress accented at : '
the waist with a royal white blue basket ribbon. Kina 1743 Sllv.r 3pg. (ltd PARK is, that ,All participating ;;.\. ;'< {
She carried a
decorated with royal blue flowers, STARTS TODAY t ptia$ PAUACIBELASTIC will a promotion ;:bn "'
sprays of seed pearls and royal blue 1'116 "' cROR NONROLLTNlR merchants begin (
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streamers. The -attendants head i "Vr *>> >'
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pieces ,were cascading royal blue, Q SATUR/A1 April I 15 1 .'> ;'" :;,n.': )}" ;<:. '
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flowers and sprays of seed pearls., a..1 (,1'1" ,
The bouquets and headpieces were 'U, I l: '
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made by Mrs. Clifford Jackson. PRICE : ': > :
The bride, escorted to the altar by 12 I ", : ,
her father,wore a gown of polyester : '
sheer underlined with taffeta Each' merchant will offer Green
featuring, a sweetheart neckline and RAN inn POITIJTU COTTON ioo
basque sleeves were waistline.decorated The sheer with Venise puffed OXFORDS $ ioo' 'TWILLS $093 Backs ( Funny Money) equal: to any

lace and appliques, crystal pleated r ar..rrur. .r a(5$ I yd. ,,4,0', srltl.SO" .
,
and lace ruffles' adorned the Wld.U $331 1. e 4, $ yd.v.1.. Td.
shoulders. The fitted bodice ''and purchase made during this .'
'waistline were trimmed with Venise DAM RIVII POLTISTII 4 COTTON ,

'Her full lace skirt sheer sequins extended gauntlets and faux to a were chapel pearls.adorned train.The SEERSUCKER '$|I '98 promotion. If you buy a, $1 0,00'", item' ,.

with matching appliques and sequins 45" wid. ,+., I
forming a point at the wrist.' you' get: 1,0' in Green Backs., :
ComplimenHn her gown the bride
wore a h*, fashioned of lace-
highlighted with sequins and pearls.
',The bride carried a cascading bou- trrstr/t/ .

quet terspersed of white with and sprays royal blue of royal roses blue In- DOTTED Sry ASS" 'You will be able to use' the GreenBacks

Wy,of the valley, seed pearls and socrsr '

greenery satin streamers.with royal blue and,white to buy items that are donated

Mike Teston of Kenner. Louisiana Den Cher W.m.utta r{

'served as best' man. Groomsmen ''oSS merchants. For
were Li). Andrews, Michael Andrews -,: DRESS gtSsSSss I1S by individual "


Blalne,Dyal)and. Alaska.Randy Cleve ,Meyers Luke Ushers and of Brian were Anchorage PRINTS 4s- Wide $ 3q **. rw39 example', The Office Shop wiLL :, :: ,, ::1;,, ,

',Thomas Serving u ringbearer was V.UM t. ass y*.. ,t. r* : '
Andrews., 'donate remote cordless
Luke The reception was held in the ' church fellowship hall ,with Mrs. BOTTOM WEIGHTS >oj
and Miss VINYL Bell 'With'a.:
Phoebe Bakken directing Southwestern 'telephone ,
I AltmS
Sandy Fries keeping the bride's TWIUS e POniM e CAB '
book., Mrs. 43..... UPHOLSTERY .
guests Haze1lfaidirjprceselltedthe I.....*!, $ 34"wlw. value 'of 12995.
Mrs Gladys 149 D nt C I rs
the food tables The gift table was attended SALE PRICED $2981
and
by Mrs. Ruby Hudson I
Mrs. Gladys Edwards
Serving the brides cake, made by
Mrs. Barbara Reddish, were Mrs.
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Rowe.Wright .Club In Camp Blanding. Sap -Varnes:
No local invitations are being sent.
Engagement Told,, All friends and relatives are Invited Engagement ToldMr. Nk'' '

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Rowe of to attend. and Mrs Eldon R. Sapp of '
Lawtey announce the engagement of Starke announce the engagementand
their daughter Miss Patricia Ann approaching marriage of their
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Rowe to Robert L Wright of Merritt -- daughter, Rhonda Louise, to David
Island, Fla./: of the late Mr. Ray Varnes of Lake City. David Ia..
Robert and Susie Wright of Warner the son of Clyde F. Varnes and Mrs.
Bobbins Ga. 'Joyce Hunter, both of Lake City.
The wedding Is being planned for 1Rhonda The bride-elect is a 1985 graduate
June U in Lawtey. of BHS and Is attending Santa Fe
The bride-elect graduated from Community College. Mr. Varnes
the Santa Fe Community College of graduated from Columbia High
Nursing, attended the University of School and Is employed by the Dept.of .
Florida and is employed by Alacnua Corrections.A .
General Hospital in Gainesville. May 28 wedding U planned for 7
The groom-to-be graduated from'' p.m. at North lde Baptist Church. '' 1 11
Tampa Institute of Electronic All relatives and friends are Invitedto
Technology and is employed at Ken- attend. No local Invitations are be-
nedy Space Center at Cape ing sent.
Canaveral for RCA.


Morrow-Cfemons
Green Underhlll !' r
To Wed.April 30
Engagement ToldMr. .
The wedding of Tammy Susan
and Mrs. Harry N. Green of y... Morrow and Jeffrey Roy Clemons
Starke announce the engagementand "j I I will be an event of Saturday April
approaching marriage of their 30, at 7:30: pm.1n the Church of God
daughter Eoline Green, to Gary on Sinclair Street In Starke.No .
Leon Underhill, son of Mr; and Mrs. Sapp local invitations are being sent.
Reginald L. Underhill and David Varnes Everyone is invited to attend.
Lake. .of Kingsley .. :' Tammy is the daughter of Mr. and Classmates' J933... 3rd Row; Paul Faulkner, Irene Prescott Hall Lillian.
Mildred Petxel.
Stump. Sapp
The' wedding will be held Saturday Mrs. A.C. Morrow of Starke.Jeffrey lit Row: Leola Norman Sponholti, Vernle Phillips 4th Row Mary Harriet Bishop Porch William t N.
July 9 at 6 p.m., at the Officer's is son the Bud Clemons and Mrs. Odom.l\'Ilrlam.Guy Joplin, Pauline Anders O'Toole. Long Carol White Fields, Jamie Sapp Clubb.''.

Marty' Norman. 5th Row: Arle TUlntan Smith L. O. Jones Jr.. Bernard
2nd Row Janie Mae Quarles Lee. Edith Holl- Rosier Clarice Gill Robb.
Ingaworth Dobson. Hazel Moore Moran, Margaret 6th Row Evelyn Stump Griffin, Sponsor and Doc

Phone rental service.. Davidson Boone and Edna Holllngsworth Sweat.' Wain wrlght.A -



'Do BHS Class of 1938 Has 50th School Reunion Apr. 22. ,

yourself a good turn. '

Bradford High School Class of 1938 beautiful, impressive message from Mrs. Myriytn Long
i celebrated their 50th class reunionon ,candlelight memorial service was one of the class sponsors, was readto
April 22 at the Officers Club at dedicated to the memory of the ten the group. Mrs. Evelyn Stump,
>Camp Blanding. members of the class who have pass- Griffin also a sponsor, attended this
The event with ed awayMrs.. Carol White Mrs. reunion.
.. began a social hour ,
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"I'.. '' '' and Edith Hollingsworth Mrs. Among the- 45-guests who were
,'nl}1 !111i11I N1 11114Qa V11111i 111?i9i.39' picture-taking session from Dobson,
., ,t' 6-7:30 p.m., followed by the banquet. Mildred Sapp Petzel and Miss present were Mildred Sapp Petzel
"." Master of Ceremonies Doc Wain- Lillian Stump took ''part In the, from Oregon Jamie Sapp Clubb
'I':''; Wright welcomed all guests. ,ceremony. A congratulatory from Colorado and Pauline Anders '
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.,,,11,, '. O'Toole from Texas. Each of these' ,
.'ri U'I'' I ,;.'",,., .- ...... -- -. ..... ... .... _u--_--___ _______-_.. ladies was presented the famous
.'",, r.I\',::1\, Bradford Book" as a memento of
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Mr Lois was
,. ,,..' '..i\\'h; \ i'i\ \,:'i'J".. :: \\li\ .<:'\':,,:, ',." ",," '. '. 1, presented-a-pink rosebud corsage as
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", ")) '/'J' .I\'I'. I \ Stone Cemetery with Halle Funeral HomeIn ''a token of appreciation for her efforts -,
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;" .;' .'I'\., JI.Jl')1,1.i: ( ; 'I\\!JJ'i. :\ J charge of arrangements.,
\ ;, \? I'" I' '(: { '(. To, Be Held Saturday in organizing the event. Arrangements ,
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.\ '\\ IUjiiflNo;, \ \;" i) 'I,, l (:., ',';:.' riY',\y ,,: : )it.';\;': ':: y rmr Ed Stone, 87,a retired employee of United 'MethodistWomen's Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Irene
'iHi'r 1/: j"'; ". ',if. the City of Starke street departmentwith I Prescott Hall. .
__.___ 30 years of service died Monday -'' A breakfast for the class was enjoyed -.,
/' (j Apr. 18, at Bradford Hospital. Society ReorganizedThe / at the. Bradford Family,

',''' il. .. :' 'Inc.He '" United ''Methodist Women's Restaurant hosted by J.D. and Ver-'
'was born 'in ''South'
\I Blair Society was reorganized at Pleasant nie Odom. Members' the class
'j': :" ',$: Carolina. Dec.13, 1900 and had livedin
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Grove United Methodist Church, were invited to the 50th wedding anniversary ..
I :, '::. Starke for 69 years. He was a Sunday Apr 17, by Mrs. Fannye of the Odoms at the\
deacon and treasurer of Greater Sapp of Hartley Temple United -Woman's Club during the afternoon.
:; \{ ; i',' \ 'Wn \ ,'1 years, from its founding until his
Officers
Ms. JoAnn
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;, I",1, '\ ', \ health failed several years ago. Hamilton president; Ms. Emma Guy Andrews ;
/l : ,?("\iS I 'W'!, ', \ ( Survivors are a son, Eddie Lee Tyson, vice president; Ms. Fatha Minority Recruiting '
P, r ,\;\ \iW Stone of Starke, ,a step-daughter, DeSue Ms.
i j" secretary; Delores (
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1 '''; r,1 t ( :, I." Loraine ,Patterson of ,Gainesville, Committee.Banquet
y11Y" 1t
,. treasurer
'S aA 1 i1 N NP ,\, "tI',, "Y'o.f,' 1,,t., ",\\l\ !' rot b' ,'1 and five grandchildren. Tyson, ; and Miss Betty To Be May
f Tyson,
l resource The
e 8aM'i' ': i 1 + 1 d1 ',' ',, \ ,-,:,, .I\i;; Funeral services will be held at 3p.m. .General Board..of Global person.Ministries; Cuy'Andrews r
The-
'. < Saturday, April 30 In GreaterBethlehemFreewill Minority
I I1'i'V",11'11' ..-- .. J1 n" tI' : I.... are Ms. Juratha DeSue, Ms. Annie Recruiting Committee (whose (
''fI' ChureiM pur-
1' Dr' Baptist
41 \... : 4ioi/' '...... .";: 'with Rev. Ernest Davis officiating.. 4Ur MMfa. taCJp! DeSMr and Miss. "pose-faTrecruitlstg'and: 'attracting ,
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Selma ? .
David
D&ftpt Edwardsis
minority students to the Starke r
:' !,.I;: Burial will ,be in the Oddfellows
pastor. Center, Santa Fe College
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\ ---"-- ) sponsoring 7
,;:,: ) { a banquet May ,,
.': Cpl Exec at 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion
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': i l ''J ." ,1. I Hall on Edwards Road. .
., .,''" : Church Chatter. .. Board Meets May'4The The purpose of the banquet is to

.- Executive Board of the raise funds for the annual scholar-
Community Church Woman's Club of Starke will meet ship. The affair will consist of a

Revival May 1-4 May 4 at 1 p.m., for the final board steak dinner with entertainment,fora
meeting of the club year.All officers donation of $12.00. Contact any
Revival will be held at Community and chairpersons are requested to committee member or last year's
.. Bible Church in Starke May 1-4.Sun- be present.Immediately. scholarship recipient for tickets.
,. '", "" / .'., ';.'. ..'.. '".".,', '; /.,' day night services will be at 7 p.m.. following the regular Tickets may also be purchased at
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,' 1 r''1 '' h\\' : :'i r1.1\/ : :ij-'\ /.I\,]\i'' /\,5':' >>ly i'v"' (ni v"-''; r: Monday-Wednesday services will be. board meeting Mrs. Carol O'Steen Cunningham's BBQ on East
That means: -, yV, ;""I'', V I "s; 1',11:,fe.)',;, $; .;'. ,> 'at 7:30: p.m.Evangelist. and Mrs. Evelyn Griffin are askingall Brownlee St.COMMITTEE.

You won't have to concern yourself with service: because we have'a\\',' Jack Ferguson, a antique show chairpersons, all MEMBERS: Guy
,youthful evangelist with a message who participated or worked at the Andrews, Nova Bright, Ross
terrific team to serve you. for everyone, will be speaking every show in March to attend this very Chandler, Clarence DeSue, Theresa
,( 'You won't have to worry abqut broken parts because well take, ,; night. Community Bible Church is important meeting. Holiday, Glory Jackson, Elaine Lee,

'/'::1;! care of parts and labor., located at Pratt and Christian Club members who are interested L.C. McCutchen, Bernie McFadden.
Streets, two blocks North of 301. 'in in the 1989 show are invited Mary McCloud, Velma Mitchell,.
working
': : :j i !!i', 'You the to and well fix it free or well to "
; ; ; can bring phone us come ":"- -- to attend this meeting to Jesse Moore, Daisy Williams. .
;" ,' ,''feo't; ; <' you for a nominal charge. : ..,.''r receive final reports and plans formulated SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS; '
'' the because Madison St. Baptist for next Tasher Allen, Learintine Jefferson,.
""i-, ,( ,' You won't lose sleep over cost renting a phone costs, year. '
(II.' ;Having Homecoming Contact Mrs. Betty Warren for Kimberly Smith Stephanie',Sams
-; ,just pennies day. ,
a May U breakfast tickets., Angela Montgomery,

', .,',1,,;> .: Youll' enjoy a worry-free alternative,to owning yoUr.own phone. will The hold Madison Its annual St Baptist Church MIMlWIM. ....t lt *B M*'....OT'..' ---- """" ... ..... ....
homecoming '
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";. ,'};Phone Rental.For service as good as it sounds.. 1' i'1. ," celebration on Sunday May l., All Lauren Nlchole O'Neal Ryan O'Neal,one year old:
''.''I:;.il',;,;!".). '. <'t.: ,', : previous members and friends of the Maternal grandparents are'Billand
.. Tudy and Judy O'Neal of Starke Faye Crouse of Lawtey.
) I ;, : church are Invited to attend.
/' I': ;.1 ,{I IJ Dinner on the grounds will be en- announce the birth of, a daughter, Paternal grandparents are Jewel
M .. ',' .'.;','') :'' joyed by everyone after the morning Lauren Nichole, born April 10 in O'Neal and Larry O'Neal, both of
\ i Gainesville. She is Joined bv brother Starke.
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It ,:>f, ,, ,, worship service. Madison St's new
.1 ,1 ''educational ---
<' building will be t4Z*. V.t4 7.'_ IIi.: .. ..
dedicated.There will also be a time
CENTEL of testimonies and viewing of films V
from days gone by.Come Join in this Community Bible Church

great day in the. history, of the Pratt& Christian Streets 5
Where people connect; ,church. '
O,Centei,1988s Cordially Invites Everyone to Attend _

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,; Good, A generous portion of tender,goldm brown fish fillets,breaded in our own special recipe,french fries vIs-

cole slaw, two hush puppies and tartar sauce. Not valid with any aB-you-can-eat offer Evangelist. Jack
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1 On*coupon par cmtoauv.> .; to be..ed' Captain Sunday 'Service 11:00 & '7:00 -
with any other coupon at discount offer. '
Oood at aD participating Captain D". A little seafood ...J... Monday -. Wednesday Nights
t Food! Offer azpina May 13.' 1988.mm great .--._ 7:30 p.m..,

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:t,, Each dinner includes two tender fish fillets,boneless chicken'fillets served with sweet n'sour sauce,

: french fries cole slaw and two hush puppies. | Morgan Road Baptist Churchhas


; Honest Captain Dfe called. their pastor

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I .' with any other coupon or discount oflar.Oood .. Bro. Don White
'! Uf.-.pn.1ioIq13.198&at aU participattaCaptain. Du. 'A great little seafood piace.e|

CLIP THIS COUPON ti - Brother White and his Wire
Value! psssj sjsssj .jjjji sjsjji Ethel and three children reside

i:" : Two Fish n' Chips $4.99: In U.C.I Starke. He Is also a chaplainat


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April 28. 1M TELEGRAPH PageTA

: > Legal Notices -

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; :i'IY' NOTICE o* INTENTION f S IN THE CIRCUIT o'clock .'y:Cathy Hlgalnbothom
, I'' ;, REQUEST FOR BIDS COURT FOR BRADFORD. noon on May 24. 988 at the front
;,,; ''IW !': '. '.'. \ FICTITIOUS NAME Courthouse: ... TERENCE M. BROWN '
( \. for Graphotyp and Addressogrooh TO REGISTER PROBATE DIVISION at 510. Florida.
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,". ;".. ,.' Pursuant to Section 843.09. FloHdo Machines (used to type and print an FICTITIOUS NAME File Number BB-:24-CP Dated: April II I, 1988 Attorney at Law ",
.'., Statutes, nonce It hot trio TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.Attorneys S S,
hrby given metal card.) Pursuant to Section' 865.09 Florida Division 1-3905 Richard L.Cox Jr. .
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undersigned Jesse J. Colllnsworlfc, Rt. If ,IN RE ESTATE United States Marshal for Wife
you would like to bid these Statutes, notice Is that the
on hereby given
4. Bex 188, lte.... EMANUEL P. O. Drawer 40Stark. ..
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end John ACol Middle
machines, send your sealed bid to Cityof undersigned Mark B. Floyd., 2U3 N.W. KLEINMAN District of Florida .
llnsworth Rf. 4,, lox ..... Deceased. Dorothea BeaneA Florida 32091:
184. Start
Lawtey P.O. Drawer G, lawtey. f 10.3zosa 44 Piece, Gainesville,, Fla. 3260$. sole
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(904)) 964-8272
end Bill Johnson, Rt. 4, Box 188, Starke, : by May J. 1988. ,owner doing business under the firm NOTICI OF ADMINISTRATION .st. United States Attorney .
".., joint owners, doing business under For further Information' call ((904)) name of A Lock Doc/Oetor Leek Co.. 31 The administration of the estate of' ,Attorney for Plaintiff /28 4tchg 5/19
.. the firm name of THI INSTALLERS 782-3454 and ask for Queen Robinson North Tempi Avenue Stark, Fla. EMANUEL KLilNMAN deceased File'' 4/21 4tchg! 5/12 Control 0684
ti carpet vinyl tile, 1644 S. Walnut St., (US City Clerk. .32091. Intends to register said fictitious Number 88-24-CP: I I. pending In Ih* Circuit Control ,
301 S), Stork, Florida 32091: Intends to 4/21 2tchg 4/28 name under the aforesaid statute, Court for Alachua County, Florida. 0667I I

aforesaid register sold fictitious name under the, Control l 0670 Dated this tot day of April. 1988 In Alachua Probate Division the address of which IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
.1 statute Bradford County County Courthouse,
Doted this 14th day of April '198t In Gainesville, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD REGISTER
4/7 4tpd 4/28: Florida. The names and ad
FICTITIOUS NAME
I. Bradford County. Florida. Control 0652 dresses of the personal COUNTY FLORIDA.
representativeand
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
'4/2> 4tpdS/12 the ) Case No. 88-212-CA Pursuant to Section' B6S.09, Florida
I Control 0671 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY ""* are personal set forth representative's below. attorney IN RE: The Marriage of Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
I FLORIDA AUCTION NOTICE Alllnl..od RONALD DOUGLAS SAMS. It, undersigned Thom C. Tulllus, 729 Mac-
Civil Division' NOTICE hereby given that on Mon persons are required to Catherine
: Husband Mahon Starke, Fl. 32091,and
EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Cose No.86-173 day, May 2, 1988 at 10:00: o'clock A.M., file with this court. WITHIN THREE MONTHS L.Ollvsr. 1003 W, Madison St., Stark. Fl

. IN AND JUDICIAL FOR CIRCUIT FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK. the undersigned. Gator Frelghtways, NOTICE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS andBRENDA KAY SAMS, 32391: : joint owners, doing businessunder
BRADFORD : ((1)I) all claims
I. Plaintiff Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at ogaln."h. estate the firm name of FAMILY AFFAIR
COUNTY FLORIDA. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., and ((2): any objection' by an Interested Wife.NOTICE
: OF ACTION ARTS'nC., 725 MacMahen St.. Starke,
' i ; Case No. 89-22 CP; vs.ALMA J. to person on whom this notice was served .
THOMPSON One lot of native wood onslgned' TO: RONALD DOUGLAS SAMS II PI. 32091. Intends to register sold fictitious
I 3902' that challenges the validity of the will
Tiffany Homes, Banlta Springs Fla.
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Estate Address Unknown. name' under the aforesaid
1 RE: The of Defendant.NOTICE the
OF SALE ,to satisfy freight and storage charges.uad.r qualifications of the personal YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED'that an statute.
, I' : 'J'I 1, WALTER Deceased.MIKE KLIP. NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant the provisions of Section 4b) of the representative, venue, or jurisdiction of Action for Dissolution of Marriage and Dated this 28th day of April, 1988, In

,! ,. NOTICE OF to the Final Judgement entered In Case Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. ALL court. other relief has been filed against you in Bradford County Florida.
ADMINISTRATION CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Number 86-173 In the Circuit Court of 14-806167 dtd 2/4/88
I the and /28 4tpd 5/19
above-styled court
ore required
The administration of the Estate of SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED you .
!
I Bradford; County Florida I will ..11th. Gator Fralghtways, Inc, of Control 0683
, to written
serve a copy your
WALTER MIKE KLIP Deceased File No. situated Carrl.r'21 Publication of this Notice has begun
property In Bradford County, >
I. defenses, TERENCE
If. to It M.
for 88-22-CP I./.ndlngl" the Circuit Court Florida described as: ../ 2tchg 4/28 on Thursday April 21, 1988.'Personal BROWN. Attorney any at Low on; T.r.nc. M.
Florida Probate PARCEL 2: South M of lot 19 except Control 0675 RepresentativeJ.
Brown P.A., Post Office Drawer 40.
Division the address of which I I. Brad ROW. and North 50 feet of Lot 30 except Klelnman
... ford County Courthouse, Stork, Florida ROW of Section IB, Township 5 South. P. O.Box* Starke, Florida 32091, on or before 2 :t
June '1988 and file the original with the
3J091, 22 of Brooks, Fla. STARKE .
Rang. East as per mop or plat
Clerk of this Court either before service .
The names ond'addr.ss.s of the PUBLIC AUCTION Attorney for' Personal Representative!
personal Woodlown recorded In Plot Book No. 1, '
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representative and the personal page 17, of the public records.of Bradford NOTICE I Is hereby given that on Friday. Kathleen C. Fox 'on the above-named attorney or Immediately CmmCHOF. GOD
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..representative's attorney are set forth County Florida containing 3.496 'May 6, 1988, at 8:30: a.m. the underslgn- P. O. Box 2442 thereafterotherwise a' 423 N. ST. CLAIR 064-5445
below acres, more or less .ed. F.R.K.Self-Storage, will sell at public 16 South Main St. default will be entered against you for
All Interested persons are required to PARCEL 3: Lets 30, 31 and 34 InWoodlown. auction for cash at U.S. 301 South and SR i Gainesville. Fla. 32602' the relief demanded In the Petition. ''John Spratlln. Pastor'We
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. per plat thereof In Plat Book 221, Unit 24 consigned to Jerry Rollins. .904-375-7788 WITNESS MY HAND and official seal, ot Invite you to worship with us.
this .
Court of
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 1. page 17 of the public records of Brad- 422tchg..n8 4/21 ;2tchg!4/28 on this 25th day April1988. Attended Nursery.

NOTICE: ((1) all claims against the estate ford County. Florida. EXCEPT the North Control 0676 Control 0674 GILBERT S. BROWN Sunday School 'j j....,.. loam
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested SO feet of Lot 30. and that portion of Lot CLERK OF THE COURT Morning Worship .-/._/... llam .
'person to whom notice was mailed that '30 lying West of SR 22S-A.: In Section' ,, C UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT !: ,''r....;;. 6pm! w
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA WcdneesclhyYouth. .. ..'.
challenges the qualifications of the per- Township S South, Range 22 East 7:3Opm
tonal representativevenue, or jurisdiction at public; sale, to the highest bidder for JACKSONVILLE DIVISION'
of the Court. cash at the door of the Bradford County Court: No. 87-1060-CIV-J-I6 REVIVAL REVIVAL REVIVAL REVIVAL
FREEEXPLORING
I ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS'NOT. Courthouse In Stork. Florida at 11:00: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. a.m'l on the 19th day of May, 1988. Plaintiff,
Publication of this Notice has begunon GILBERT S. BROWN vsMICHAEL Bethel
i'I'''':) '"...," ,'I"i': '. April 21, 1988. AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy GODS WORD E. SOUTHERLAND Baptist ChurchMay
(\\f. :'"\:<' i ';/' ',.'" ". for Personal Defendants
;, Attorney RepresentativeR. Cathy Higglnbotham
HOME BIBLE STUDY 1 6 7:30
,,, NOTICE OF SALE : Nightly
t'P"It\' \{, ,,111 ," A. GREEN. P.A. Deputy Clerk ,
\ '\/ \ ):",'!f1'" ,:,',,1 4 ', ,' The Bible Court. It In Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
' I v"l.,'d,""t=tl{ ',k' '" ',','J.. P.O. Draw.r938 4/14 4tchg SIS taught your Jim Blevins
:( \.\\ '(' ; Starke, Fla. 32091 .,' Control 0666 home free of charge to a Final Judgment entered on March Evangelist
ip'i')'\ ,.,,1! ,' :, : "' 4 ((904)964-5700) This Iii 23 1988. by the above entitled Court InIhe Pastor Parrish
Jimmy
non-denominational
study
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\ "n '; .1'' 1/1, : above styled cause, the undersigned
", CAROLaCARTERs.Matlv. NOTICE based onjy) on what'thus saithjj.e: United States Marshal or any of his duly u

, ; ""j ,",':,'<,,' Rt. 2, Box 12584 JOHN I. CRISSMAN 'will not, be j word of God.' authorized deputies will ..lIlh. property Dinner On The Ground

f'; ,I" ':'\.('::'"," ,Starke, Fla. 32091 responsible for any debts made by, :APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C..! situate 4n Bradford County Florida, Everyone Welcome'
'.. 'N* (904) 964-7232 but himself, of April 11. 988. \ descrloed as ,
as
\ (anyone : '
1'I:\ i1il}. : II'':.'" '4/212tchg 4/28 "/14 3tpd21' 782-3303 Lot 7, Block record ote R.plot.,08 ..Nursery Provided
I"" 'I"H ,I plat thereof In Plat Book 3,
"t", ): ; "' .Control 0672 Control 0664 Emmett per '
"r. : 'ifi)115' \ : ,..r.. ,Rev BrightTo pogo 1 of the public records of Bradford RD. 230'A, Starker
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: FURNITURE : .... :. What',Do You See? ''flWySOl S. 964-6871' ,. .f Ijocatsxi take right off, on'100 24th S.lowm/d avenue K,follow y,ton. .


I Kim & 'Jan Johnson t' Tha banquet meal; IMS oor end. In*people settled, back ta be Po Box 207, Starke n..Evo..II84-6898'
i ,660 S. Walnut 964-5644 entertained By the gums peakar.. But .Instead a/ lh. usual opening' All N.tur Sing el JMI' .
JuMP story. rW rWW up a rarg*placa 0/white paper with' small '

"?'r/ Blankenship'sChimney StarkeLocally Mack"L aVK. "ki Ms =.?"art..l Ifw....:. ... And KM larg* GrIffIs &'Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
'1 t i'.1'' itrnt : .."..,..4at.ay.ad.1 tN. iinuvfl.. "A Mack aot**
I I : '\\.I 'I j Sweep countiiliiar ,j.,,1 "lVho .. 4I'o
1 than SWIM mumbling about the Mack' dad and
,' 1(1(, ',,' Service /hMIIJ/.. < .. "Home of.the Stumpknockerboat' Attend'your church regularly1
'\\1\\" I ." Juo>a Mock*x."
> Owned A Operated< '
f I /,1(1/t /M, TrMM -Ir.ram""chI..f"O".N..hln"/ .
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,,:''',\",'vVw,/';;'I/tS;/;P"r'J) ,"' ;l Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales "..JarmmU4aorfortfffctto la .and tiMrv ar many* wort ad* hatopnisd /. f Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON

-'1i:'r"j\,';;{ .We Finance .. .. .N.Ccw.J6:9/rho... SERVICE
iZ'ih::" ; {! ; I "Your complete' UfflTE PIECE Of PAPER. Ha MIUIOx '.: 'Industries '
vt'Il\ \ '"' Here Pay Here __-.N..Ida-' ," h.coflod .> fi<:, 1" "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"
, : ,klUI j: H But*. else sou the "Mack HWY 301 N.
..flllt! 1 ': (! !/ t eyeglass center 1320 N. Temple Ave. dofc" (h* many adMraorias.(namany ,": 937 N. TEMPLE AV.

' : \ Rd. 964-8588 p'--. But IM sou Nat as ,." 964-7347'
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, 'vj'fjl'/rf.-, ; ,/; '103 964-7783 'BBtaodary. Ua Da souIrW was /f1 ., 964-6111

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!it'' 'I.\I.Jt. ( 11'; ') SEAFOOD tor OMT W Voai shot IM saa the DOoR HOME GENERATOR
'" 4" ,18 ;1',' rathar man ina BLACK
Steve and Cindy Futch Serviceti I
Dignified
toll;' \:1, ':,''v1. J ;i, ,.'. .1' 'TheBestSeafoodlnTown ,; DOT/ 238 E. Washington St.
, r'\\:s" :,. \fi\';t A., Monuments
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U''Jl"I'i(' (; /'''" ) "For All Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison ;. "., \ ......:.-::: Open 7C.f .

.\ \<,\ t: W 'f ,;..', j Bibles, gifts & J jewelry... I ,f .:;': 1):1\1): \; ;f'.:,,;) t';:ft\;\3ii,;:: ...E:. .:::. ..-.. LP Gas a Western Union Agent

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aA TELEGRAPII April ZS. 1988

Social Events ..*. ....,.. .... ..... ., .... ... .... .... ..' ..... .... ,Rotary Club Meets
I Miller-Williams I : $18,000 Goal/ for'Polla
Engagement Told: Dinner 17
Party Apr.,
Open ,House HonorsJakabReddish The 'annual Ladies Night of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Miller Sr. member of the Keystone Heights Honors Smith-Norman Starke Rotary Club held at. the

announce the engagement of their ,Jaycees and employed at Clay ,The lovely Kingsley Lake home of Camp Blandlng., Office Club 'last
daughter!; Joan Miller, to Calton' ,Electric Cooperative In Keystone The home of Mr; and Mrs.George Mrs. James Blackshear was the set Thursday night, was highlighted by
"Sonny" W Williams III, son oft Heights. 'Pierce was the setting for an open the announcement that the club had
ting April 17 for 'dinner
Virginia Parrish of Melrose, and The bridegroom-elect graduated house on Saturday night Apr., 23, honoring Meri a Smith :,bride-party reached its quota of $18,000 for the
>'. Calton W. Williams Jr.. of. Ft. Mc from Interlachen High School, and ,from 8-10 p.m.,honoring Miss Penny elect of William Kay Timothy Norman., Polio Plus program for immunization -

Coy.The attended Santa Fe Community Col Jakab and her,'fiance ,Mr. Barry Mrs. N.D.Thomas assisted Mrs. of children around the world-
bride-elect graduated from lege. He is employed with All r ,Reddish. Blackshear serving the 22 invited major project of Rotary ,Interna
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Keystone Heights High School Florida Electric In Gainesville.The : Hostesses for the event With the guests composed of the honored tional. ,
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech, and Lake wedding is set for Saturday Pierces were Mr. and Mrs. James guests, their families and their Wed- Otha Powell of Palatka district
t i"ttv Community College. She is' a May 2U1968 at:S:::33 o.m.*t Keystone Crosby, Sr., Mr.'and Mrs. Jim Duncan chairman of the polio project com-
.':} MI t", M n ,":> .., MI () t"'> n n ,.., ,.., ... ... ,.. .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... ... ... ... .... .... Mrs. Peggy Gaskins. Mr. and The guests'. were invited to the mended the Starke Club for reaching

Mrs. Joe filmy, Mr. and itrs. Ken patio, area where round tables its quota in a $120 million effort by

Don't Mom I neth Grlder Mr. and Mrs' Eldon covered with party cloths were' Rotary International to eradicate
r. Forget on Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lewis, Mr; centered with baskets of azaleas. polio and several other common

and Mrs. Bobby Hall, Mr. and Mrs. The food table held a wide assortment -' diseases of children ''Each $1,000
$ Mothers Day I Gene Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank of food and was centered witha 'contributed to this program'' will
? II I Joanle Miller Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moxley basket arrangement, of azaleas. make possible the immunization of
and Mr. and Mrs Joe Sapp. 8,000 children," Powell said.
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Alter the homemade ice
dinner
jtS I Sonny Williams Greeting guests at the door wer Elizabeth Nasworthywas
: and cake all. Rotaryann
: cream was enjoyed by
;; logo rl1'S I Mr and Mrs. Pierce, along with As a memento of the occasion,.the honored by being made a Paul
o' parents of the bride and groom. honored Harris Fellow at this meeting for
Church. couple was presented a
C Heights Community Th I invited into the Polio Plus
: Guests were theJlDng silver her gift of $1,000 to
J1 rj.JfGIJrrS" reception will be held at the Lion'sClub. 1 room by Mrs. Joe Gissy. Pouring tray, program, in accordance with the
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I punch at the end of the dining table wish of her husband,the late Howell
I No j local invitations are beinjmailed !! .was Mrs. Kenneth Grider. Inviting HAMPTON HILITES Nasworthy,a charter member of the
L but the family cordially invites into the room ,were Starke Club.Seventeen.
010 AD,] ..,....uC t FLORISTSfe I I the all friends and and family to atten j Mrs.guests Ben Moxley and game Mrs.Jim Dun- By Phone Dolores 468-1915 Meng., other club memberswere
wedding reception.
can.. The honorees were presentedwith made Paul Harris Fellows at
"Hwy lOP ,- by ,Pinehurst Grocery a corsage and boutonnire,along Church Centennial... this meeting

with a ,sugar bowl of their chosent 'On Sunday, May 1, the Hampton A standing ovation was given to1 J
S3 PICK UP or WE DELIVER!!! g I 'china, Christian Church will have a the thirty members of the Brooker
Theodore Roosevelt was the fin t l t homecoming in celebration of their and .Hampton Elementary School

::E 964-4956 I U.S. president to visit a foreign I i 100th anniversary. Dedication/ of the choral groups who presented a
I country while In office. Cook-Ouf Honors'Jakab.Reddlsh new Lourie-Belle fellowship hall :variety of contemporary musical
I named In memory of Lillian Lourie numbers under the direction of their

Hall and Aunt Belle Brown will also Instructor, Carole Stephenson
-- Penny Jakab, whose mairiageto ''take place that daY Aaron Morgan, soloist of the group/

,Barry Reddish will be an event of The celebration will Include, a sang the ever-popular ."Edelweiss1'from
........... May 27,was honored on Apr. 16 withan covered dish dinner after the 11 a.m. "The Sound of Music'% Ms. -

COMING TO KEYSTONE HEIGHTS & STARKE SATURDAY outdoor BBQ and surprise service and open house the re- Stephenson was assisted by 1 Bill
,THIS shower. Greeting the guests at the mainder of the day. Singing ,and McRae, principal at Brooker, who

NATIONAL BANJO CHAMPION/ ,& HEE HAW STAR end of the country lane was a banner special events will be held in the provided guitar accompaniment.
congratulating the couple. afternoon: Everyone Is Invitedl I Members receiving Paul Harris
Picnic tables were set-up on the 'Fellowship medallions Thursday

lawn and various colored balloons Hampton Jamboree!., night were Jimmy Alvarez, Cris

were used as decorations. Hostess' The Spring Hampton 'Jamboree 'Anderson, William A. Bessent III,,

ing this affair were Mr. and Mrs. will be held Saturday, May 7 from Keith Gillingham,Johnny R. Hobbs,

Mark Crews Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 7-11 p.m. at the city park. Bluegrass, Jr.,Roger Jones, Charles McKeown,'
Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Guy'Wayne country' and .gospel music will be ,John Miller. Larry Noegel Glen
Parrish and Mr. and Mrs, Allen provided by a number of live bands. Norman, Barney Ruckdeschel
\, :? : : ,, :: MIKE SNIDER Crews. The setting for this country Concession stands will furnish good David B.Smith Jr., Ken Teal,Doyle
),,f :;: : picnic was at the home of the latter. food. Admission is free; bring lawn Thomas,and Neil Tucker.

': 'h.' I The hosts and hostesses presentedthe chain and enjoy) Rotary President John M. Miller
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,',i.Yhj .\ ;: ', : \ '' couple with an 8-piece setting of served as master of ceremonies and
,"..K.l' ", .[!" \ "'' ".,'. ""' .''!',''' 1' ., ','y"," CorelleWare. The was Visitors... Introduced ,the president-elect,
,' :.,;'"::11);';) "Wllo.'1\1"\ : \\]''" ,"" '.'\ < ',\'"h" ','':". "',,;" ,'"" ., "". ',, presented Seminole gasses as I a Mrs.Betty Jo Bishop of Columbus, Wiley Clark who will take office the,
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., ,"I". ,-.\' ". 1 Fifty guests joined Penny' and Mrs. Paul Meng, along with Each Rotaryann received a'
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\\1;' I, ': : ,'f1 ', Barry for this delightful evening.. flowering potted plant as a memento
I+ /\ other rleatives during the weekend.
V1 $ ,,' '
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JI '' :'f. Mr. ,and, JVlrs. Kevin
,),( \% /; .'f.iii\, I ii, Pt;:! ;;:: ::':- !i\6\ ::::,' ,'" 'Tammy Morrow Honored Christina and Daniel, visited Meng Busch,
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.' 'II',: .:Ilr'I'1':' \ ;! : "" I)' !'i/ ', t' on Saturday spent the
,", '>1""'1 ::1. "( '\ iV" ',' ',', 'At Bridal Shower'' night on the sailboat of Patti 8 father/ '
,.' ".,,",.6,\I 'i.,1., ," '" '" Y } ",. \ '" ,on Treasure Island. School Menus,
<< \ +. ", 'I" l"154, The fellowship hall of the Starke
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>\ .:, : : : ;" 1i ',,\ .,' 25 for a bridal shower honoring Miss Su-El's Residents.:.. May 2-6 ,(

,: \\i\, .\ "?, .,,':,'." ,\\P; ::", 'Tammy Morrow, April 30 bride- On Wednesday; Apr. ':20, ten Bradford Elem. & Middle School
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0 ,'1',1'i: \ .' ,iI' : elect. Monday BBQ pork on bun buttered com, applesauce .
,," ,,. '.( ':! ,'i.. The hall was I decorated in the Citizens Club honored the residents ,tweet potato cake. milk.
", ',"' '',"::11"'Jr""!','." .h'l, '; ,' ;'' IH"iJ.Ij'i(;", ,,. ". ,, : strawberry theme. The refreshmenttable ,of Su-El's Retirement Home with a honey Tuesday undwtch Chicken, mixed* noodles; peanut. truft butter i,
) vegetable
cup
.' ," ;'. <;..11,;'!; < :,"" : \\I/! '" : ,,','1 was covered with a green cloth covered dish luncheon: milk. !
,' ,'\" '.r.., ; ,',..1"W\ 'i, ,.,I" with ,an overlay-of white lace Following lunch, Mrs. May, one of WednciiUyt Hamburger'gravy, maahed
I ."',I, '::1'" ,' ,';j 1',1.. ,\'\,\'., '.1. ,'j,,;.! i r ",,' .,,I\'l.\:: '",' "',: 'centered with 'a huge ceramic, the musical residents entertained by potatoes, green beam. ,.chocolate: pudding, hot '
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,' r. rolls, milk.
,",.' ""I',",: I' ",\ \ ","r.\.,,,C' I.' ",1')'" JI" watermelon basket filled with playing the organ and a singalongwas ......,
Th talae.peaehea .
.." ," ,' ", "I \.'", ', ,: 't. ', : rdsjrt Turkey pee pie
carnations enjoyed. Bingo was played with .
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', cinnamon roll. milk.Frklayi
gladiolas
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\\h\\\ \\ .f'' I, I '\" "" ,'. ..;":,1 .' greenery and teddy bears, tiedwith ,all residents receiving guts. Manager' Choice Day.
\ :,I: "'. .',' ''I"" \ ,I', \ red and white balloons. '
.I." ,, Punch and coffee was served from Hampton Sch'oolSpring Bradford High SchoolMoed
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1/1/ ':, ,; !' I 11 I' one end and strawberry shortcake Bar-B-Que... .ys Sausage patty rice e tomato gravy,
tslrmpgreana,sweet potato cake, biaciMt.\ milk ....
'"" from the other The' table"W8S' r ...
gift
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The PTO fs sponsoring'ihelr annual -,' Sunday: BBQ turkey, baked beam, cabbage
,:' MIKE WILL BE AT YOUR'LOCAL ,covered 'with a white cloth with an spring BBQ at the school on Fri' alaw peaches cookie cinnamon roll milk.
) overlay of white lace. The table was day., May 6 from 11 a.m. to 7 Wednesdays Chicken e nee,cheese Mix, mixed

,'";" ::1'.::,, //I i:: ; DOLLAR GENERAL STORES '> flanked with a huge strawberry' The BBQ chicken dinners will p.m.in- biscuit vegetables milk.Ttar.d.yr, .fruit cup peanut butter brownie,

':'':', "\ J; pinata and a strawberry shortcake clude baked beans,' slaw and Corndog,macaroni e.cheese' greenbeam
< : bride doll. Red and white helium at $3 with take- ,applesauce,cookie, milk. '
beverage
plate
"', ;;,i/'i\'f/:; SATURDAY APRIL IN per ,
30TH choice
t tIri I,!l \ ''''; balloons floated on either end; of this outs available. Tickets can now be' Friday Manager day.

',, \ table. 'purchased at the school. ,AlaCarteMonday
} KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STATE ROAD 21 & 100 ,
The hostesses presented Tammy : Hamburgers, corndog, reach Ties.
with a red and white corsage and a K'garten Registration... O.J., milkshakes.Tondeyr '

>', ,, FROM 5:00: '5:30 P.M. & crockpot Hostesses as mementoes Mrs.of the Janelle occa- Kindergarten registration will be OJ., milkshakes.Wednesday Cheeseburgers. 'piiis,",french Aries,
sion. were
taken at the school from,May 8-13 ) Pizza hamburger,corndog trench
: -: ; : STARKE,.312 WEST MADISON 'STREET. Reese, Mrs. Sheila Bassett Mrs. from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. To enter fries, milkshakes O.J.
Mrs. Paula
Frances McKinney Thursday Cheeseburger, corndog.; trench
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kindergarten children must be five
fries milkshakes.Friday < ""
Rhoden and Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt. pizza
:.,; 1t,ij, ,, FROM 6:00 6:30 P.M. '" Floor hostesses were Miss Denise years of age by Sept. 1. It is very Im- : Pizza hamburgers french tries, -.
milkshakes, O.J.
,'/ portant that children be registered dog
Waddell Miss Kristy Harrison, Miss Each day students have a choice of a hot hutch
( :" .',;; PASSING, OUT FREE AUTOGRAPHED, PICTURES AND Kelli Jo Dyal and Miss'.; Shana during this week. salad bar or-la-carte. >.
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Schmitt
,', SPECIAL'MERCHANDISE DISCOUNTS.., Legal 'Notices 1
Merl Kay Smith' I
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'. "Yi1L Shower Honoree NOTICE'OF

: 'I, Meri Kay ''Smith, bride-elect of .. FORECLOSURE SALE
''' William Timothy Norman was CITY OF STARKE BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
: MIKE WILL BE PERFORMING AT 'honored with a miscellaneous office NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice I Is hereby given that the under-'

shower on April 5 in the Conference ON PROPOSED ANNEXATION signed, GILBERT, BROWN, Clerk. of Cir;;
THE:SPRING BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL MUSIC PARK
DIXIELAND: Room at Camp BUnding, given by You ore h.r.by notified that the City cult Court of Aadford County, Florida
members of the Purchasing Dept. of Stark. Is considering passage of th. 'will, on the.Join day of May, 1988 at
,,} IN WALDO AT, 3:00 AND 8:00: P.M. The party table was covered with ,, following ordinance.. 11:00: a.m., dbflfe' front door of the courthouse -
a white lace cloth over pink and AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY: OF. (East Door). Bradford County, In
i' centered with an arrangement of STARKE. FLORIDA ANNEXING CERTAIN the City of Storke, Florida, offer for sale'
TO mixed azaleas bridal wreath and UNINCORPORATED 'LANDS,' IN BRAD' and sell at public outcry to the highestand
BROUGHT YOU BY YOUR FRIENDSAT
l rosebuds balanced by, a crystal FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA; ENACTED best bidder for cash the following
bowl and a party cake PURSUANT TO FLA. STAT. 171.044( ; PRO described; property situated In. BRADFORD -,
YOUR LOCAL punch
decorated with an umbrella. VIDING FOR NOTICE;. PROVIDING ,fOKAN County,Florida, to wit:
EFFECTIVE DATE. Commence at the SW corner of the'
The honoree was presented with a B. It ordained by the City Commission NW 1of SW 1/4 Section 22,Township 6
Boston fern, round table and of Stark. Florida as follows: S.R. 22E, run East 866'' feet to point.
,DOLLAR GENERAL STORES tablecloth and personal items for SECTION I;' AUTHORITY thence North 30 feet to a once Inch Iron;
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: her wedding. Rosebud corsages This Ordinance Is adopted.pursuant,to'' thence East 100 feet to a point of beglnn- -
were presented to both the honoree, Flo,.Slot. 171.044.( Ing thence North 100 feet, thence East
and Mrs. BarbaraTJorman, mother SECTION II: PURPOSEThe 75 feet thence South 100 feet thence

of the groom. ._ following described r.al property ,Wet 75 feet to point of beginning and
--- '- .-. '- la hereby mad. a port of th. City of lying North of County graded road and In'
Starke for all purpose und.r th. law: East 1/2 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 22.
A parcel of land lying partly In the SE Township 6 South. Range 22 East.
.. 1 1/4 of lb. SE 1/4 of Section 16. and portly pursuant to the 'final decree of
In the SW 1/4 of'the SW 1/4 ol Section foreclosure entered In a case pending In
GEORGE } 15. Township 6 South Rang. 22 East, i said court the style of which I I.
'Bradford County Florida; sold parcel being JIM WALTER HOMES INC...
more particularly described OS' a Florida corporation, Plaintiff.
follows: v.
ROBERTS INSURANCE: 'Commence atthe Southeast corner off MACK LEE, et 01,
'said SE 1/4 of/ SE 1/4 and run Westerly,' Defendant,
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along the Southerly boundary thereof, to' and the docket 'number of which is
: ,.Complete.: Insurance) Service ... YOUR! ndependent on Intersection with the Westerly boun- number 8871CA. '
Insurance AGENT dory off the right .off way of the CSX WITNESS my horn* e official seal
Transportation Railroad for the Point ol of sold Court this 23 "off April. 1988.

\, : ,' \ sawvR u stwsr, Beginning. From Point of Beginning thu*' GILBERT S. BROWS" ,Clerk of the Circuit
PHONE QUOTES' : described continue Westerly, along said .Court off Bradford. County. Florida
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\ :', 'I' .:' ,', : ,/" '" Southerly boundary, to the Easterly By Cothy HigginbothomDeputy
WELCOME" ""I, ,', ''I" > 1,1''' < the of Clerk'
: / "fV ';'1" boundary, to Northerly boundary
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,'" I.." ., ,' ,\\1" \ said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4; thence Easterly JACK M.LARKIN.E50.Attorney '
GEORGE ROBERTS': SCOTT ROBERTS; : :; '< ': ,, : ://l.;:;l.,1', : along sold Northerly. boundary and for Plaintiff
: :, :: : LIFE PA.
? 3 ; ;: ; AUTO HEALTH along the Northerly boundary of the SW SPICOLA a LARKIN
AGENT AGENT" '
,, 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section' 15. to the' 806 Jackson Street
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I' ", ,' I Westerly boundary of the right of way off 'Tampa Fl 33 02BI3229.6..05
; :.;. / ; HOME BUSINESS old CSX Transportation Railroad;
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These Fine Companies :s; : : .' ,
Representing : '
: -: ; thence Southwesterly along said Fla. Bar No.. 116721,
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$;,$,; ,& Jy: ,1\\:" VJ", MOBILE 'HOMES'v ''': Westerly boundary to the Point. of 4/28 2tchg S/S
Control 0682
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:c.! .;)' ,, .; } -. :'- SECTION III: EFFECTIVE DATE ,
MEDICARE E SUPPLEMENT This Ordinance shall take effect upon' REQUEST FOR BIDS
passage by the City Commission a.Stork. The School Board of Bradford' County

Allstate'V' ., Florida. In order ,to allow all request sealed bid on the following/
citizen to voice objection a public equipment which may be seen Monday
hearing on sold Ordinance. will be heldon through Friday from ':30 a.m.. to 3:30

; ." 964-7826 Tuesday' May 3, 1988 at the City p.m. at the Operation Center, 519 N.
Commission Room In Starke. Florida. Orange Street Stork., Fl.
Said hearing to commence at 7:00 p.m. Bid will be opened at 2 p.m. on Tuesday
e The second and final reading of said May 17. 1988. .
CIGNA 986 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE
Ordinance hall take place at this time. .Three 66-possenger school buses:

J J --- uP+[.cAatl.urr STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 (Tuesday May 3,, 1988, 7:00: p.m.) Two pickup truck
: ,_. Itchy d/2. One commercial tar kettle. on wheel. .
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The State Cabinet 'and Governor, Rep.,Chance Irvine Hollingsworth pointed out that if
Bob Martinez received without com In a statement to the Telegraphthis there should be a spill or an accidenton '
,, ment Tuesday the recommendation week, Commissioner of1' highways In this area,."We that "
I of a Union County prison property ,Agriculture Doyle Conner;a Cabinet' live there might be able to get out of to attend
site north of Kaiford for Florida's member, said "No action will be .the,way, but prison officials have no .' .. .. ;/'if'* ,: :.
proposed hazardous waste treat taken by the Governor and the evacuation plan .,for almost 2,000 ,I ., .,
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Mandell, chairman of the is located on state-owned land. It Is Charles Lee of the Florida :
State Environmental Regulation assumed that the matter will come Audubon Society also expressed ob event
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Commission, presented! the recommendation before the Cabinet again after ERC jections at the Cabinet meeting, say. great ;
,which required-no action presents its recommendation to the ing that a spill at the sire can pollutethe
by the cabinet at this time. Speaker of the House and Presidentof Suwannee River system, since '
Senator Wayne Hollingsworth''of the Senate on May 1.J am not sure Turkey Creek Swamp, which feeds, ', 'c "
Lake whose district includesthe what if action the Legislature ..,
City any into the river"is;;; only a few hundred : 13th &
proposed waste site spoke in opposition ''will take on the recommended site." feet away" ,May
to the recommendation,and Lee said that the Cabinet, which '
has attached ,an amendment to a In regard to Sen. Hollingsworth's' later will have to approve a lease for ; : '\
solid waste bill alreadly filed in the amendment, Governor Martinezsaid construction and operation( of an incinerator ( ., .
',' Senate, requiring a delay in the that any delay will mean that on the site, should scrap'the ., 14th
hazardous waste site selection "hazardous waste will' continue to selection process used to pick the '" t.\\' \ :. > ;;/:' May
deadline until July I, 1989. A similar cause pollution throughout the Union County location, and start all : : '
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fit into a certain mold at five years children into maturing too fast Are perlences.FLfl.TUJINTHEflTRE. : ,',

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called a 'developmentalkindergarten our nation. : i'
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readiness problem. The we think of 13 years of school: : Tuesday' Showing j '.
Developmental Approach/'A Gift of K-6 in elementary and 7-12 in secon' "
'Time." is explained by Brooker dary. Much concern has been Start Friday. Apr: 29 ', :; ',,.'' ,:.'1,.," :..,.,/1\\'" \ ,, ;' '. ,
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school term In fact, Hampton is important that the child has a BRODERICK EEZ l lI
Elementary'already' has a, positive learning environment that' ? .
\developmental K class. will be conducive to learning. If a 5'' I I SCREEN TWO | %
year old with a 5 year old body
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'In today's society more and more able to divide his energy evenly to
'is'expected of each and everyone of develop his social, academic,emo-' THE SEVENTH
us- 'As adults'We are' hopefully tional and physical areas,However, "
.prepared for, the stresses and in-: ''if a S year old child with a 4V4' year 'SIGN'lID
dignations we face as we embark in-, 'old body comes to kindgarten, the t
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the nineties. ,It is stark reality for ,wants to channel that energy. Since ,
i some, and then again some handle there- isn't enough energy to go 'Starke 964-7484
'4 'it very well. In order to prepare our' around, some areas may have a Fri. Sat. & Sun
children for the latter;we must con tendency to suffer When this happens
sider the expectations that are imp we ,have what ,is known as Arnold SchwarzeneggerIs '
posed upon them when they enter a uneven development patterns or
new world: School. skewed development. It is up to the THE RUNNING MAN
educators to try to prevent this ; '.
Uneven development. Admission:, I'
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Cordell Strong's fastball was fast BHS got a run In the second inning runs In" the fourth .. ;1,
and across the plate to lead Brad- when James McNeal and Cordell Polk and John Berry waked to put .'
ford High to a 5-0 shutout of.top. Strong walked and Travis Long was .runners at first and second with :
seeded Ocala Forest In the opening hit by a pitch to load the bases. Don- nobody out. Then a-Jason Johnson ,."
round of the Dist. S-3A Tournamentin nie Francis the designated hitter RBI single,his third hit,scored Ran-
Ocala. brought up from the junior varsity, dall Polk. Berry beat a throw to
A stunned Ocala Forest nine was came through with an RBI single to third and Johnson went to second on
r held to threehits.. Strong struck out score McNea). BHS left three on the play, putting BHS runners at se-
three and the BHS defense played base. cond and third with nobody out.
errorless ball behind him. ''In the third BHS went up 2-0 when Berry and Johnson scored on an RBI
"We ironed the mistakes\ out. Jason Johnson opened the Inning single ,by Tim Lewis, 2 for 3 for
Hopefully, we'll keep them out," with a double, moved to third or. a- game, Into right. "
:k# 1.N". t says Coach Jeff Zuraff. Tim Lewis grounder, and scored on BHS had'eight hits. Shortstop
.7c t The win ended a seven game BUS an RBI single by James McNeal. Jason Johnson went 4-for-4 with one
.. loss streak BHS put the earns away with threw RBI's and two runs scored. ',

Coach George Loper Honored..,. i125 ,,\I

Track supporter galhrrrd Wednesday afternoon to Coach Ixipcr. Adult In photo are (l-ri Bruce Jacksonof
honor veteran Coach George; lx>|>er for his years of nervier. JackKon Builders Supply, between Patterson and Tornado Golf Team Heads .I;
Coach Ix>per has been the prime mover behind Ix>pert l.t,John Akers.School Board Member and New ,,
the new track hack and announcer' gland. River Annex Superintendent James (CobbyValnc' ','
Above, BUS track team member and V1I" gatherto wright, Supt'o. School" Jim Duncan Steve Kutch of For District at Palm Coast
presents plaque to Coach 1-oprr. Track Boaster 'Jones Funeral Home, and Kay Durban of Durban Tournev
President Huddy Paterson. presents the trophy tow Memorial

Tornado golfers, 12.5 on the some coed consistent rounds in the the Starke golf and Country Club
season, head into.the District 4 Golf mid-70 and could be right in the course with Clay High and Keystone
Tournament, including all battle, Coach Sexton says. High. BHS shot 155 to win. Keystone '"
classifications, at Palm Coast today BHS played the Palm Coast course shot 174 and Clay High 186.
Thursday, April 28). early this year and practiced there In that round Ed Douglas shot twounderpar -
BHS is one of five teams with a Tuesday'We're familiar with it," 34, the lowest round In re-
good shot at the district title, says says Coach Sexton. cent BHS history, points out Coach'
Coach Mike Sexton. The others are Sexton. Doulgas carded three ,birdies
Flagler Palm Coast.. St.Augustine, Last 2 Matches.., on the round.
Buchholz of Gainesville, and Orange BHS lost ,to Buchholz 160-163 at David Elder shot even par 36, Including
Park High."I Meadowbrook Country Club in one birdy and a eagle on the
Gainesville in the final regular Par,15 hole. He reached the Par 5
think it's going to be anybody's: season match Friday. green in two and put his Second shot
tournament, just depending on who David Elder had ,a ,real good within 10 feet of the pin.then made
has a hot hand on tournament day," medal round of 138 on the par 137 the putt,
.. 7 '.- y-nuJV*. y >*,,. says Coach Sexton, '('Meadowbrook course, Buchholz hada In the tri-match Link Bishop'shot
Gainesville High is a possible dark golfer who shot four under par, and 41 and Mark Murray 44.
New Track Shack... horse. Coach Sexton says he keeps that made a big difference, Coach In the month of April BHS loweredits
for track shack Club donations to material hearing some good things about GUS Sexton points out. team average five shots. The ,
Dedication ceremonies thin new on using community buy over
the corner .0' -oranlt' and Adkins Streets, in the several years. Inmate labor under l.t. John Akeri and but doesn't know anything about the Mark Murray shot 40, Chris Sim- golfers went into the month with 166 t;
Todd Gillenwaters. 43 at average and ended with a 161. \
I southwest corner of the Bradford High athletic complex CO-I J.('., Griffis squads supervisor did the work to Hurricane golfers.It mons 42, "We up
finish the this will take a round of about 315 to ,Buchholz. played some good consistent ,,"
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"'. building 'was erected by the Track Booster's win the tournament. BHS is shooting won a on 11'1 Fy)
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BCT Staff Writer somes (128 golfers is all that can be This week, a crew of volunteers, ,this project, and black topping cart Elder will be a threat to all low han- mention of contributions by Ruth
Starke Golf and Country Club has ,accomodated for a tournament, 1 Charles King, Sandy Sanderson,Jim paths was''contributed by ,club dicappers in the tournament. Powell and, Gertie McRae
filled all flights in its 22nd annual which limits the number of par Godwin and Bobby McRae,lifted the member,Aubry McWilliams.' ''Gaines said response by' the mainstays in prior tournaments,
Strawberry Invitational Golf Tour- ,ticipants. bridge on No. 5 fairway, and installed ''Winner of the tournament for the membership has been great,with all working in the consession stands,'
nament scheduled Saturday' April "Without a doubt, the course is in new foundation timbers ''The1' past two years, Richard Gaines will grades of handicappers joining the and whereever needed. ;
30, and Sunday May 1, Co-chairman the finest condition it has ever bridge seemed to be solid enough I be on hand to defend his title, along fray In order to tighten competition, l 'Gaines said Ken. Murray, Bobby'McRae
.' ,Richard Gaines said. been," says veteran club member since heavy equipment crossed on it with three returning champions there will be five flights, rather than and Butch Gemelll have
Golfers, 128 strong, will begin teeing Bobby McRae. In the past few mon- from time to time, but it gave the Im- from former years. ', the traditional four, 0.4.,5-8, 9-12, volunteered to work in scoring,'a
off at 7:30 a.m.: for the front nine'' ths the club has installed cart paths pression of being dangerous and Gene Laws, Erwin,Tenrj. winner: 13-15 and 16-18. Players in all nights time consuming job where accuracy
and 2:08 p.m., for the back nine, both in critical areas, with some being certainly made for A rough crossing 1973. '/ should now be nearer equal in skill is essential. '
Saturday and Sunday. The rosters black-topped. Culverts have been In- when riding In a cart.'Assisting the Phil McDilda,'Gainesville, win-' than was possible before. Ben Moxley, who has ,been the
,were filled some three weeks ago, stalled in several drainage ditchesor group of club members in making ,ner 1983. Gains credited all volunteerswith starter for many years, will be in
Gaines said, with no vacancies, for swales, and two storm drains in- repairs, was Wendell Rowan, Keith Horton. Orange, .Park, win assisting in putting the course, position early Saturday and Sunday i
''late arrivals:' stalled adjacent to. Alligator Creek ,opera ting the front-end loader. ner 1984. in excellent condition,and preparing mornings; to'get players on their
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Ii; Top Athletes Here Today as BHS Hosts District Track Meet I

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/. Several hundred area athletes are pionships at the UF track Thursday, half mile The girl's mile relay team, Marvin Pope of Gainesville and 6'2" In the high Jump tough competition.
',' expected on the Tornado track today May 5.Favorite. of Kim Hampton Terri i Kitties, Eastside has thrown 172 feet In the BHS's Sapp is the stale leauvr In '
(Thursday April 28)) when Bradford boys team coming In is Christie Harrell and Lori Sapp is ex- discus and 57'4" In the shot. the mile at 5:07.7: and has the fourtui Cassandra 'Snow from North
High hosts'the District 5-3A Track Ocala Forest. The favorite girl's pected to place 1.2 or 3. Freddie McFadden of ES has gone best Class 3A In the half mile at 2:21. Marion has thrown the 'discus 104
Meet. team is Eastside of Gainesville. Christie Harrell is'expected to 10.6 for 100 meters and 21.9 for 220 Kathalae Adams, ES has done feet and the shot 39 feet
Field events start at 3 p.m. Running The strength of the Bradford boys place in the quarter. yards. McFadden has, also gone 14.6 in the 110 yard high hurdles. Carla Hill of O.VAnguard has the,
pre-lims will go at 5 p.m', All will be Robert Thorpe in the 880 yard 22'7" in the long Jump. The ES girl I 440 relay team has best time in the quarter coming in at
finals are set to begin at 7,30 p.m, run. Thorpe's best time Is 2:08.: Outside Leaders.... O.Forest's Bennie, Robinson has already gone 49 seconds. 60-flat.She has done a 25..220-dash:
Admission is $3 for the meet Spencer Smith I Is expected to placein Scott Peters of GHS is the area's ,done 49 in the quarter. The OF 440 OF's Danielle Saunden the high and long Jumped 16'3"The .
It is an eight school district. the 330 yard intermediate hurdles. outstanding miler and half miler. relay team has gone 42.4. The OF jump leader at 5'6'.
Members are Santa Fe, North The BHS boys mile relay team of He's gone around 4:20: in the mile mile relay team has done a 3:19.: GHS's Medina Asbell has done a Weather...
Marion, Ocala Forest, Ocala Tyrone Sanders, Cam Ward, and 1.53: In the half. Robinson has also 22'4" In the long 5:18: mile and a 2:22: half mile, and Thursday is supposed to be clear
,Vanguard,. Lake Weir, Gainesville Spencer Smith, and Robert Thorpe 1< jump and 4A'1"; In the triple jump should give Bradford Sapp some and in the low to mid-70s.
Eastside Gainesville High, and has a chance of placing.
BHS.The first four finishers in each On the girl's side, Tornado senior Boy's 'Tennis Team Matches' Best Ever BHS ShowingThe I
event advance Id)the Region 2 cham- Lori)Sapp is favored In the mile and .,
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BHS boy's tennis team matched "This Is''the best finish for our fought hard thoughout the tournament an opponent from MIddleburg
its best showing ever with third, guys' since 1980.when Chub Johnsonled before falling In a thriller to David
SU-EL'S' RETIREMENT HOMEACLKADULT place overall in the team standingsat our team," Head Coach Jerry Top seed Jason Brown ended a Johns 767475.( In the semi-finals
the District 3A tourney last week McGriff commented:'"I'm very proud stellar career at BITS by advancing Jody Brown also played his last;
in Ocala. of the way they hung in there and to the semi-finals with victories over match for BHS after a supurb careerat
CONGREGATED LIVING t FACILITY
the number two position, advanc-
CERTIFIED NURSING AST. CPR ing all the way to the finals before
& falling to top seeded Christian Loyde
of St.Augustine
FIRST,AID TRAINED,STAFF PUBLIC NOTICE Rick Kimutis advanced through
'n three rounds in the tourney before
falling to Mike Albritton 7-6'(7-5)k[ )
1986-87 BUDGET REPORT AUDIT 6-, ,
Kirby Jo Hildebran also made it to
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; '''' the finals where he fell to the top
1 AVAILABILITY seed. His best match came in the
quarters when he came from behind,
Bradford County to beat Matt Sexton CHI3, 6-4.
Mark Shuford also made it to the
Board of, County Commissioners Financial Audit semi's where he fell to second seed
Maurice Chow Shuford beat
j Paxon's Chris Stanford,6-1 in the
qualerflnals.
The Brown brothers accomplished,
;, All persons are hereby notified that the )1986-87 Audit Report for the most in the doubles competitionwhere

".. JJIIii'- .:' the Bradford County .. Board of Commissioners Is availablefor they,won the most exciting
County
match of the tourney, 7-6 ((7-2), 6-7
AMBULATORY public Inspection supporting documentations are on file ((4-7), 6-4 over' third seed Conner
GROUP HOME FOR SENIOR
and Caven of Bishop Kenney, The
at the .
Bradford
County In the Finance
ADULTS REASONABLE RATES Courthouse, County Brown fell 6-2, 6-3 to the top seeds in .
Department from 8:00: to 5:00: p.m. on Monday thru Frlday the final. '
DAY CARE,AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY ALONG WITH Klmutm and Hildebran advanced '
WEEK LONG TERMS 24 HR. SUPERVISIONA t to the quarters but fell 6-4, 44, 6-3 to
... Spinning and Zimmerman of Bishop .' 1,.
,Gilbert S. Brown Clerk Kenney ,' \." '.
with a Type Setting.
Country Atmosphere Home ', '' ", '
Because of space requirements, '' :' '
Planned ActlvitlesL! Esther B. Ellerson the girls tesults will be carried in ,' .'
Sue toll Walker 1 mile! South St Rd. .
on, County Finance Director ,next week's" paper.BHS
Phone 468-2619 325. Hampton. FL
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..f l-rmmiNO MONEY DOWN Wins


2 of Last Six
NEW HOURS: Monday through Friday 8-6 Saturday 8:305 i

\ : Over the past'six-games,the Lady.
,'" Tornado soft bailers have lost 4 and
: / won only 2, says Coach John Slater.
; : 34* The wins were over Santa "'e.112?
; 1'988'AM'FMStereocassette'2, and Hamilton County, 155. The
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I'I:s'', :; ,' 4 8 PER losses were to North Marion, 74;
Ocala Forest,5-0; Middleburg High "
I i / MONTH 7-3,and Gainesville f High,,7-5. .
Two things stand out,Coach Slat. '

'i';;. :' ., says: errors, especially in the inO{ ,. '
AM/FM
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: In
\ field, and a lack of hitting. Early
h'I' AC lock electric 68* the season the BHS I ladies were hIt, ,.,,.
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1988TEMPO power ,
Now the
ling over .600 as a team. .!
." 'mirrors, 5 spd, manual, 197 PER .' ':' team average has dipped below'.500.
I' Bright spots have been! two JV
/,,: tilt steering. MONTH : players, Rhonda Bright and Shaiula
after the' JV
a' Woods, brought up
fti7( season! ended and have played well,
: AM/FM/ Stereo cassette
1988 Coach Slater The move also '
j: says
< AC tachometer,deluxe 16 encouraged several varsity learn

I) tu-tone paint, 5 spd. manual 198 PER 4 ---. members lo improve their play.In .
loss, Dede Prevail
RANGER 4x2 the OHS pitched
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4' ', OD,2.3 eng.,sliding rear MONTH an excellent: game.,Of the five
': window.XL.Ttnm. runs scored by ilLS In the second: inning -
only one was caincd
; In the Forest game' Rhonda
: 1988 AC, LARIAT;stereo, 70* Bryant pitched six hitter. BUS

j,., : 5 spd. manual OD 233 retired the first nine batters.All five
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'. UK runs were unearned.
,
:\; F- ... 5 0 trans., 4.9 eng, speed MONTH Some of the'Tornado ladies have
",'. been hitting 'well Coach Slater
:' control, #tilt. notes Lisa Tierney is II-for-18 in the
ir past six games with Iwo triples and
,two home runs. Stacy"Marshal is
s 1988 to-Cur.20,Caretha Daniels is 9-for-l,
1:'(, 'Carrie Mu&son has been playing well
; behind the Slater Wanda ,
t: plate says.
3.0ENGINEAUTO'27951 ,
Jenkins has looked sharp at first
>. :AEROSTAR WAGON -- base, Kendra, Butler has looked .
outstanding in left field and Stacy ,
Marshal has looked great at every
infield position she's played, Slater

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." assistant chief of Starke scheme to guard a plane load of co known drug dealers. He also admitted -
.' .. ,. police and his accomplice were caine. to tipping friends off to various
found guilty of drug conspiracy by a The shipment actually was drug deals.
f ; i,.', federal jury after only a IS-minute phoney, just part of a drug sting Rhoden refused to continue to usea
.' 'os.: deliberation April 21. operation launched by the Federal wire
W;, ,," on himself to entrap his
t. Bureau of Investigation.In friends as well as refusing to
t ,, \>' t\\\ William Scolt Rhoden and Clyde a surprise turn of events, cooperate with authorities after his
H. Moody of Lake Butler were Rhoden took the witness stand late arrest. At the close of his testimony
charged with conspiring to bring a Wednesday afternoon, April 20, in the defense rested its case, calling
plane loaded with 300 pounds of co- his own defense. none of its proposed witnesses.
caine safely Into Bradford County. Rhoden admitted to participationin Names of proposed witnesses
planning a proposed drug deal which were listed in last week's edi-
During the four day trial in with Johnny Blaine Thompson but tion came as a surprise to several of
Jacksonville in the Middle District stated he tried to back out several the witnesses, since'they' had not
Court, tape recordings were played times. been subpoened or called to give
which outlined a series of meetingsin Rhoden also admitted to deposition. The Telegraph
,1986-87 between an undercover harvesting marijuana in early 1980 apologizes for any embarassment
drug informant and Rhoden and during his vacation time, and admit caused by the publishing of the
Moody in which they discussed a ted to being a cocaine ,user with names

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celebration.BoBptoa: QirMbn Church fclxne) will celebrate IU 100th year. with a(pedal.ervfc and hwnecMdnf, SRiOOWESTLAKE, ', BUTLER,' 'I', :;. '

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Celebrates 100th YearBy :Santa Fe Community College ') ,":..'.:. .
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I BCT Staff Writer have left after all these years mentions 209 West Call Street Storlee FL 32091Flione ", "' : :,'; ''I '. .', ,
It's the turn of the century for a two Deacons named Holbrook' : : ;
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church In Hampton, where conand Manire who started the church ,, 964-5382 or4fa8-1717' ".,,1'.:, ",';;'(.
,. gregations have been attending serin the year 1888," Vaughn said.."We tSi
vices each Sunday for 100 years.. don't know how the records from .. ..
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I mystery because the bulk of the old still around to remember the events "
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" destroyed,according to resident and, The, church will hold a day-long!
member Evelyn Vaughn who says- Thursday .pI2J) Evening Registration' 6:00: p.m-8OOp.m.: Tuesday J.re 14 Evenng Regstration 6:00: p.m-8oo: p.m
she has just one clue about ,the See... II amp t' on... ''Thursday'' May Regular Registration 1Q00: am-4OOp.rn: Friday J..ne24 Regular Registration 10ooa.m-3:30pf\: :
church when It was formed; Pale 28 6:00: p.m-8:00p.m.: Frlday.kl1e 24 FEES CUE(On Stake) .

Friday' Mayo Regular Registration. '10:00: o.m-4:00p.m.: Monday Jine2l Classes Begin'
Friday May 6 FEES CUE On Slake) Schedule Adjustment 10:00: .m-3:30: : p.m

TheBRADFORD' REPERTORY ARTS ''THEATRE Monday. May,9, Classes Begin '10:00: o.rn.-4:00p.rn.: 6:00: pm-8oo: p.m. .
presents .Schedule 6:00p.m-8:00p.m.: : Thursday '.us 30 Last day to drop class
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"BAREFOOT THE ,PARK' Friday May13' Last day to drop class .. Monday JJ,4 Independence Day' \.,'. >

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I, 3 3 Arrested in Bradford Crack Sting I rjencas Shear Design


.. 'The Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment Ralph Edward Griffis, 25, Rt. 4, disorderly conduct.ROR. Stance. ROR.,
Julie Lee of Lake William Reed of Pickens, 118 S. St. Starke 964-4151
took to the street last Starke charged also with possessionof Diprima Clayton Thompson
Bond set at Geneva. ROR. .j 1 South Carolina ''also charged with
cannabis. $3,500.
fi(i Friday night to sell crack cocaine.
?!' Sheriff Dolph Reddish said 32 Julia Griffin, 54, Oak St., Starke. Al Douglas Bullock Rt. 3, Starke. possession of less than 2)grams can-
I IJ k':, adults and ROR. ROR. /? Perm Special With' Mr. ''Tim only
one Juvenile were arrested Crack
on numerous drug chargesand John R Raulerson. Jennings'Rd., Sherry'Elizabeth Alvarez, Rt. 4, See... .1411
: other charges stemming from Middleburg also ,charged with ,
operation "Crack Down". Nine' possession of drug paraphe,ialia. One
vehicles and one motorcycle were ROR. HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGS Buy
seized during the operation as well Carl Amos Gibbons, 30,ofOrange' '
as several hundred dollars. Park. ROE.Timothy NO DOWN PAYMENT One
Tyrone Tyson, 21, of Get
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Several car owners were In the office
to Choose From
Good Selection
Starke. ROR. ea.
early Monday morning to try to
get their vehicle back. One owner Tony Williams, 28, of Starke also We also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities Of
FREE
said she just loaned her car to her charged for loitering/prowling, South 40.00 value
brother for him to go to the store. order of arrest (child support). Hwy 301
Another owner said his 1 wife was Alphonso Covington, Jr.. 964-8848 ,Second perm must be scheduled at time of first perm.
Charged with possession and she did Brownlee St. also charged with:
not have any crack in the car, she
paid for it however but threw it out,
when the arrest was being made.
What she did not know was she
'threw it to an undercover officer,'
who tagged it for evidence.

The following 'individuals 'were One Shopping Plus
'.charged April 22 with possession of Stop
,cocaine with bond set at$2,500.Additional ,
charges are included below.
,All defendants had their first ap-
pearance before Judge'George H.
Pierce following their arrest.
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John Lee Alexander o[ Lake FLOMOALOTTERY
Butler, released on his own TICKET
recognizance April 25 (ROR). AT UTMOMZEOWMMXW
Belton Jones, 45, of Lake Butler, tlWEl"OBXUL
additionally charged with carrying a STORE HOURS TK T OUTLET,"
concealed weapon. Bond set at ,
$5,000. ROR. "" "
MONDAY SATURDAY,
Barbara Jean Kkmdes. Rt. 1. ;'

order Lawtey ROR. revoking additionally recognizance charged bond.wKh 8, A.M. 10'' P.M. ... ,

Ancil Tetstone, 43,rUt j i.Lawtey. SUNDAY
PRICES
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David Jim Browning,'22, Church 8 A M9 M THURS. WED., STARKE,
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probation (leaving scene of an accident ULTIMATE SUPERMARKET JUST FOR,YOU!
), posted cash bond $1,220. Also WE'VE DESIGNED THE : _
Charged with DWLS.ROR.
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charged Susan Marie with Smith.possession Rt. 4 of, Starke drug ...RESERVED......... ... HARVEST FRESH
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paraphernalia. Released after$5,000 HICKORY SWEET -

surety Sandra bond Idella was McLeod posted. additionally SLICEDBACON YELLOWSQUASH 2 Be

charged on a warrant for posses- 9 Be
sion' sale and delivery of cocaine, LB.
burglary of a dwelling. Total bond I '
'set at $10,000. ROR. LR.
t Wayman Hampton Brownless St.',, WASHINGTON STATE HAMVEST FRESH ,
Starke charged on a warrant for two -- REOorOOLOENBELICIOHS GREEN 00' \
charges possession, sale and' ': . .4' $1
delivery of'' cocaine.,; Total'bond, II WII0MS. . HM ,.
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'W-D BRAND HICKORY HOUSE PENNSYLYANIA ELITE
$189 ,9S' 9Sc
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PACK $1 58 BONELESS COUNTRY $2 48 IDAHO :$1 18

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celebration Sunday: May i beginning FAMILY'I PACK UAOOONWtANOCIHCKER FRANKS
with the regular Sunday morning 78 c La79c GOOD LOOKIN' GOOD COOKIN'
'service which will convene at the .FRYER WIN6S. ... .. u or BOLOGNA . ..
'regular 11 a.m. time for the hun
dredth time in its history. JiXE5X 2 EACH Or THIGHS,
,The oldest surviving member of HICKORY SWEET 0 i'CHOLESTEROLFREE' LEOS, BREASTS A WINGS
the church is Lynn Hall,an Elder in gfo 8

the Vaughn.church Hall' is according'I.un a member to Mrs., as a BONELESS;. 'SOUTJIEII'Y Iw er 39'

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'are his family members includingdaughter *K'D *? : '

The' 'Special Margaret service Crawford.com. HIM :: LRH kt': FRIEI CHICK SIZE

'memorating the 100th anniversaryof .
the church will broaden afterwardto
FAMILY PACKFRYER :
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PLAIN powoeneo or CINNAMON WOAH
celebra-
tion include with a a homecoming covered dish dinner THIGHS 8Sc, BEEF BONELESS $'O07L BAKED l PRESTIGE 9

following the service. ,to''wear"TumoftheCentury" :r "DRUMSTICKS .. La CHOCK. STEAK . OP IIVIIiBi lUUH* NJ v'FHeSMBAKCO W$1.69 CAKE p TS r..w.1102' $16
Members are planning w.o MANO W-OU.* CHCMCC mmO85 NCOULAM.SEEP Of GCNMANNERMJCN
clothing for SMOKED PORK BEEF BONELESS $ .
the service at the church;which is 97 RAISIN 98e $199SHlUEI |
located one block from the center of PICNIC ',. .' ., u CHUCK TENDER STEAK La PUMPERNICKEL. BREAD. UCII BOLOGNA, .,, .. .. u
i town north of the Handy Way store.' WO SWAMO HEOULAHBOL06NA W-O WIAMO u.a CHOICE ,
'Hampton Christian Minister'Nor': BEEF CUBED $ 8 5 FRESH BAKED S INCH
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man Suisse invites the public to attend of FIUUHCS. u .. ... t. 'Ii: 99c CROCK STEAK ... .. u ;,..?_' x ''. APPLE BARBECUE
what should be a very special :
occasion In-the' history of the old t; f' } PIE .?..FPORK 'DINNER
church. WD BRAND U.S. CHOICE

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$7495 ,PORK $980 J or DRUMSTICKS -,', WINE ',COMING MAY 8th

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964-7500 WE WANT BERRY REOULAR or FEwDcH ONLY 3 WEEKS LEFT!
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ALu THAT IS REQUIRED IS A VALID FLORIDA/GEORGIA DRIVER'S LICENSE ,I 6 oz, Wine Glass ,

4-Pt $3" 8 ( '12tt oz. Beverage Tumbler
WE WANT YOU TO EXPERIENCE OUR "UNBEATABLE LOW PRICES" 12.01. (]'6 oz. Flute Champagne''
AND CASH YOUR CHECKS AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DIXIE STORE. inS: ,13Vi oz. Double On. The Rocks
SIMPLE AND QUICK"WINNCXXie \ '18 oz. Cooler ,

CASHIERS WILl APPROVE I CASH CHECKS WITH A 'AlLCYAAlcETIESa;, 2 oz. Cordial '
1' VM.IO: FLOAIOA OR GEORGIA OLIVER'S LICENSE FOR, <-J."", _- YOUR CHOICE
1. PERSONAL: CHECKS FOR THE AMOUNT Of PURCHASE NO CHARGE COLA -
2. PERSONAL' CHECKS FOR THE AMOUNT Of PURCHASE PLUS 10.00 NO CHARGE 'RoylBAVARIAN' l lNT
TOMMY we WILL CASH PAYROLL CHECKS AND CHECKS FOR CASH ONLY FOR,A NOMINAL FEE:
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Performances In KII Starke.
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Country Singer to Perform Here
BILLS: '
REDUCE ENERGY ,,;, ,, ",
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'. Folks who attend the 1988 Spring store. Now over 40 times the Grand Ole ''Tired of exhorfritant, heating & cooling bills?A public meeting}.','" ,' I.',;c: /;
Bluegrass Festival will have Two performances will be held at 3 Opry and is a regular cast memberon ':'. '
something to talk about for days to' and 8 p.m. at the Dixieland Music flee Haw Sidekick and national dealing with solutions to this problem will be held this ,
come when national bluegrass Park Hwy 301 North in Waldo and. champion mandolin player Bobby MONDAY MAY 2nd 1988, at 7:30 prti at the Keystone heights. '
music entertainer, Mike Snider hita Is sponsored by the local Dollar Clark will be performing. with,Mikeat Lions Club across from the Keystone Heights High School. ,
General Stores.
the 30 the event.
stage Saturday Apr.
Mike will be at the Dollar General So, as Mike says "Round up the For'additional' details on this high tech energy saving; product iujid} '"
Stores Saturday evening in Keystone For over 4 years,Mike Snider has kids call the neighbors and head to ,thebusine soPpol\unitynvai.1ablecall; ', 1:<:" .
Heights, SR 21 It, too, from 5-5:30: been pleasing crowds young and ,town to meet with him 'first hand" 473.725G"Night '.'
p.m", and Starke, 312 W Madison old, playing bluegrass music and This young man Is bound to warm Mr. Cardenas, Day: : /
St,. from H:3O: p,m, to visit,with telling jokes that would "make you your heart, tickle your funny bone : 473-3020,'
folks, sign autographs and "lay tonal'yer britches"as he says. A na and get your foot to stompin' It's
Mike Snider some hugs on people 'f as he puts it. award winning banjo player something you won't want to miss.
Fvprvnne' I.. In.ltNi tn rom.. .*... !Mike, has, appeared on Nashville We'll see ya*'there!! "

S>'"CC Registration

Now Underway'

Registration Is underway: at: the
Starke Center of Santa f>Community '
Unbeatable Low Prices College from \d to 4 dally for
Everyday '
'classes which tx'glp'J\1.ly J aiw l'n"i '
elude June 23 A spcclal[ evtvirtjj;
.registration is scheduled/ for Tliur,\;<:tr ,
I day May S, from fi to 8 1 pri'l; '\ '"
Day and night classes: wiJ)} 1 Ixf offered :- '
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( | Interpretation of Litria tur<" I /1r''
t MDUPER 'WHiTE" (which the focus will be lime usi r $499a.
,," I 1 FILLETS SHRIHfCAUJCO. ", 'p ..'d1 .BEST SHOTS with'literature children and'for creative. (heiNeTTmllmn.diuimiticm!I., '

cognitive and social growth. It i, iw .
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t SCALLOPS ,,. .. .. .. ., 1HEDOZEN who will be working( with cliililii..1o t 1 tn.
schools, nursery' M hunts.rccv"illlIl! '
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ANTI"ROMTS $7 c Kmm coW..ti.... ACH There are my exams! \ the LOBSTER . . '
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Bradford County Forerter Pave Norton U surrounded by a group of InqvUIUreelementary :the program It part eta broad-bu 4 effort by the county school system n4 STARKE'CLINIC ,e 964-8018
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all'tires Made in the Good
/" By Mark Friedlln ',Bradford County School System.
BCT Staff Writer The purpose of the program to is to, 'Ole US of A
I' Climbing into, a big dump truck, let students get aquainted with
," finding out facts about forestry various professions and become Front End 995
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;l newscasters were, all part of the program quirements for each different Alignment i\'fg\ 1yeI
I''. last week in Career Day at career Students accomplish this by of tires
Starke's Southside Elementaryschool getting to meet the professionalsface Includes set caster camber&toe in to mfrs specs
and in other schools across .to, face, ,'and seeing for Inspect suspension & steering system For most ,
the county. themselves how they might. like a american cars Ront wheel drive and chevette vehicles
Teachers'' all over: the "schoolsuspended ,certain career. extra. !Parts ex/a. .
'their normal' :cllass' One of the most exciting moments a '
schedule for the day and invited experts \ for' the' kids came when the TV-20 Front
in different r fields from the newscrew arrived for their presentation -, .BRAKE 'or Rear'.
local business community to set up I signed autographs and thrill-
displays both in the classrooms and ed the students with a video presentation S Ce,49s ,. H
in the case of the larger equipment, starring the ,students. ,
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The Career Day series of events is 'ut"on,the.playground, BradfordSee unit ....MUM pwu-
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workshops for business employeesand Educators,,facing a wide array of assistance'from the business'c: m- recognizing that the quality of life In linked to public education have
County Forester Dave Norton was sponsored Business Apprecla-; new social, financial, legal and! munity., their communities and the quality of become more directly Involved with
busy showing an Interested group of lion Weeks. managerial problems, have sought. In turn, business'' leaders are the future workforce. are directly' the schools aj a result
student how to identify different The 'business communities in
species of native Floridian trees and Starke, Keystone Heights and Lake Auto, Homeowners and Farm Insurance Residential Commercial '
how to teU the of ;
age a tree by coun"ting
Butler have responded the opportunity ..
National the rings. by cooperating fully with the DAVID BEATTY LAWNSPRINKLER '
guard members from
organizers of the program. AGENCY MANAGER
nearby students Camp climb Blanding all over let several the 'Starke The first was Career widely Shadowing praised Day and In Auto, Home. Farm.Life & Health SYSTEMS,

military vehicles and told them highly successful, both in the
about the Camp.the various duties they have at number of participants and in the UNION COUNTY Fully Automatic-For a healthier Lawn
enthusiasm in which the first-year BRADFORD COUNTY ,
Now the Bradford County School program was received by all of those 325 S.E. 6th Str..t 2270 N..Temple Av.nu. r -
Board '
and Starke-Bradford involved lake autl.r. Fl 32054 "Ii: Adams Irrigation :
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Chamber of Commerce have com Dr. Bernard McFadden, Directorof Fr 32091 Mike Adams
bined forces to Increase the benefitsof the Starke Branch of,Santa Fe ((9O4)) 496-2171 A .-- ((9O4)) 961-d36D Installation & Repair "
the program for the participants Community College,serves as chair- Free Estimates 473-3150 ,:
,and make it bigger and better than man of the Education\ Committee. /
ever.
The two bodies have Issued a joint ,
resolution'endorsing the establish
ment of a new education-business r ,
partnership program."A ESTABLISHED 1904
Partnership for Success" is the ;
motto and title that has been ,, ,
selected by, the Chamber of Corn' "
,merce Education Committee to ,','
describe the relationship betweenthe I'\\.
business\ community and educational '
system of Bradford Countv.
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The new Impetus for the program HOME ,; !
came from study of similar programs FURNISHING CENTERS :-,
in surrounding areas. The ,
Chamber's Education Committee FURNITURE ,APPLIANCES FLOOR COVERING HOME ENTERTAINMENT ,
has found this type of partnering, ?, ;
program to have a wide scope. ,' "
Business activities in other areas ,OVER 250 STORES SERVING THE'SOUTHEAST, '-''';
range from providing tutors and
sponsoring educational contests to :s'
providing tours and throwing bar-b- ''
ques for high academic achievers.,. -
Other slate schools have provided ,
displays for business sites, con

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Screening At Hospital Offered May 4, EON T WAVI ,

Bradford, Hospital will par :
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The National Blood Pressure and
Cholesterol Check'!on Wednesday -
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The screenings are free of
charge to adults over age 20, and
will be given at the Starke Plaza '
between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.. It Is
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not necessary to fast In order to "r' $
be tested. '
CountDown USA Is being conducted -"
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" country on this date.; VilA I Is a '.'
network of 760 locally-owned, not,


the world.affiliates fOf'For profit leading more hospitals which medical' Information Include centers and their some on in'the the 170 of,. U ""N"IT f I I ''I, 0' 'E 'y, a 90 DAYS \ "'


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. ,Saturday Rabies Clinic, Apr. 30 I'' 1 Terms, ''Available, '' ,, ",),, :


1>''''.'.' Mullins' Clinic' YESJJ te ,'"

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: $4; distemper $8; leukemia $8. ? 'i\\ i
;More than 80 dogs and cats were' IHB IOIBST PRICKVERM
treated at the clinic held last Satur- .

,day Veterinary at, the Clinic Town(Dr.&J.E.Country Penn- .

,' ington) also,on SR 100.Volunteers. ,
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divorce custody A'18-hour training ? ALL TEAR
program is provided, preparing the
volunteer to represent the best 'interest -, ;
of,the child in court,

Ms. Beynon graduated from
Kalamazoo College in Michigan/ and )
did' graduate studies in special

education and m English at Boise literature State University at the, "

University Florida. She has done Bun HOWE .
social;t.work with dependent' and QI i NAME .
neglected children in the New York :

ff City I volunteer area,and Guardian for 2M" years ad has litem been in / "

Alachua,where she bas lived for 12 '

r, ',years.Following her talk County Judge '' "' :..i,'

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Pierce said the work of the "
George '

Guardian important ad part item of the volunteers court process is an, FyRiBunnsJ I I "f.., :, ," ;,' ., ",', '-Uv", ', "!,', .,/. '>': \, '
enabling him and other Judges Involved I I ':":h.,''I' : ,:,' ,! (j I;' ;l,;: ',,<''::' \ \ ;"' '; ] .'
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to background the to close make information'better association decisions provided and due 'k- ',' : .'1 ,' ', "


by'' the volunteers in their close 0, ,
'association with families involved."I .

follow their"he said.'recommendations He emphasiz,
very closelY
ed the need for more 'male' ,
volunteers who are needed for deal-' ,
ing with teenage and younger boys.' DELiVERy '
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He said the ,volunteers assist him .
greatly in making the best decisionfor .
the child involved.Ms .
Beynon was introduced toRotarians
''i by Carole K. Zegal, the ,
long-time director of the Guardianad '"
litem program in this circuit.She'' .
said that donations are welcome by :
the program for, use in sending
RECLINERSHOWROOM
volunteers to seminars and other New
meetings, paying for telephone'
calls,and other occasional needs not
covered by the budget.,
'rhe program was established by
Florida legislative act in 1978, requiring !
irom the
the appointment of a Guardean }
ad Iitem to represent abused or, P o le Who
neglected children in all judicial proceedings -
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Judge Pierce said the program gtot4 "'S2Sq 12S s,. WALNUT '
here could use up to 10 or 11, .
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and that several additional .
volunteers
child representatives are' ; STARKE Fll' Hr -j M
: needed at this time.Anyone wishing } li';:'.: '' VISA' .
volunteer for service in this important
-" to work may call the'district, 1."i::: : ,
headquarters in Alachua County ':.a' ,.:'", : ofJ
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i'-iad'"r-B.in... s Out the Best in Young AthletesByMarkFrlrdlin
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peted in. running, pull-ups and sit- yourself on the clock is a whole different -, knocking any over and then turningfull 'trouble with/* one of'the coaches when I was in school.)."
BCT Staff WriterStudents ups and a variety of other exercises challenge.We try to mix it up circle to put them in place at the said with a laugh. "It's nice to see The Olympiad is an annual event
from all five elementary ''designed to bring out the best in the'' in these events so the kids can have other ''end of the course. The someone else run up against the for the elementary schools and and I
schools! in BRadford County young athletes. some school pride if their school speeding up and slowing down gave bars. It's good for them though, at is, eagerly anticipated by the
gathered at Hampton Elementary "Competing against the clock'is does well in the overall standings, the best athletes some confusion at least that's what they used to tell me students. '
last week for the annual Olympiadin ;one of the best types of and in themselves if they can better first before they got used to event. ------
outdoor sports, activities", and (competitions" Said one of the In- their own personal marks." Individual winners for the girls Included -,
physical fitness. structors at the event. "If you are One of the agility exercises involved : Arnie Long, Lavita
Over 350 students jammed the the fastest runner in your class,you running a length of the basketball 'Williams, Charlotte Griffin, ,JARVISFENCE
playground in Hampton and com can beat everyone else but beating court picking up markers without Stephanie DeSue, Yolanda Hankerson -
,,' Anice Williams and Katina & ALUMINUM
,. Hampton. ,
.., Winners for the boys included
.. : .' Donnie Jones,, Christopher Chain Link, Wood & Farm Fence'
'.. : f ., Chandler, Sean ,Davis, 'Stefan ,
40 1It Nichols. Andre .Hampton,' Bobby Keystone Heights 100 WestScreen
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,-<.. If, man Ross and Brad Barber.
d., ie_:, "1( The running events were the most Rooms
1 If'" ', competitive as the students raced
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r./ the half-mile run, all under the '
watchful eyes of the coaches and Mobile,Home
teachers, who seemed to be having
just as much fun as the students. Skirting ,
The hardest event had to the pull-
ups, as the struggling students. ,Roof-Overs
grunted,strained and sweated trying ,'
to beat their old marks._ .
\"That was ,always,! the one t ,had Awnings
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One lUU Pound
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Big' Plate Onion Ring at least a dozen .". $2.75 FREE
l.r" Chicken WIn<<'No spicy per dozen $3.00 MUSIC
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CHEAT DRINK PRICES
All Regular Domestic Beer $1.00
'.. All Premium Beer S1.7S
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Regular Bar Drink
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Attending the rlbboe company f.the DeW Sawyer c. and Applllaoee St. were (frees Wt to eighth Chamber Director Wallace Ingram.Chamber President THE STARLIGHT LOUNGE ''
S- Faulkner.Charlie Sawyer Jamie ThrIft,J.n Howell and Stade .President Tr .W..... ,. 1 .' .
, I ,:,\' Econo Lodge Motel ,"f: ,;', .
Grand .\: \ .. 1101 North ," ,
Celebrated Temple Ave.
Opening. Sawyer Gas & Appliances I Stark..Florida, <;- ,: ,)]
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By Mark Friedlln needed new space for display and 'The store's new Builder's display sq. ft.The. '
BeT Stall Writer and to expand the business.. drew many favorable comments as You Must Be 21 To Enter Our Lounge J
Sawyer Gas and' Appliances The grand opening turned Into a customers shopped In an area more'' former location' was on 'r If You Are Intoxicated-Service Will Be Refused ,' I' '' .j
celebrated a big move into a new big celebration for Starke Branch than double that of the old store,. Madison Street where it. ,was In : : : :
building on U.S. 301 south of Starke- Manager Jamie Thrift and his staff, from 2,000 square feet to over 5,000 business for 34 years. \ '. :; \ ,
with a ribbon cutting ceremony at with local radio station DJ Terry .......,
tended by city and Chamber of Com: Vaughn on hand to interview r
merce officials customers and keep up a running
Sawyer's new site is the building commentary as the'' day's events
formerly occupied by Normans progressed.There .
market across the highway from the were drawings a fish fry
Western Steer Steakhouse. The and other goodies for customers who
building is less than three years old stopped by for the Saturday celebra
and.offers the growing! firm much tion. "


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benefit the Muscular, Dystrophy months of aerobics classes at the''

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Obituaries April 25.1581 'TELEGRAPH TIMES MONITOR-B SECTION ..
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"\ \ ,Mr. Roy Bailey operated Bullington Studio with her Wilbur of Lake ''City, Roy of Melrose under the ',
, ,I.. husband and was a member of the Washington ,State three sisters, direction of Jones be In Crosby Lake Cemetery. Survivors include a daughter ,
',';':' \'/ Mr: Roy Jay Bailey 76;of Worthington Pine Level Church of Starke. Emma Lowe of ; West Elizabeth Funeral Home of Keystone Hts. Mrs. Fields, a native and lifelong' Mrs. Geraldine Gales 01
Key ,
;,' I Springs, died Apr. 14 at Survivors include her husband, Baughn of Lake and Mrs. resident of Starke, died Tuesday;' EUzabethtown, Ky.; a son, Carl G. ../;
" Lake Butler Hospital &, Hand Roscoe Bullington; two daughters, Isabelle Wolffe of City Welborn and Mrs. Mildred DwyerMrs. Apr. 26, at the home of daughter Oliver of St. Augustine; a brother "' '.,;' :
Surgery Clinic following an extended Mrs. Lois Janelle Loper of Wood-, granddaughter i'' ; a, Mildred Catherine Dwyer, In Starke. after a long illness. A Andrew Oliver of Keystone; two :!(
I' UJness. Va., and Mrs. Toyce Faye Funeral services were held 83,of Starke,died Apr 25 following a member of the First United sisters, Ruby Brown of Starke and .'' "'' ?\1(!'r
Born in Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Bailey Crib of Starke; a sister,Mrs.Max- Wednesday in the chapel of Archer brief illness Methodist Church and United Gladys Fox of Cocoa seven grand ,:".:
lived most of his life in Sarasota and Daughters of the Confederacy, she children and eight ,
ine Marsh of Eureka; three Funeral Home with Rev. Frank Born and raised in Ravens N.Y., great. }
Miami- before moving to Lake brothers, Ottis of Tampa, Orin of Jackson officiating Burial will :Mrs. Dwyer moved to Starke ten was a homemaker and a seamstress grandchildren. "
,Butler in 1980. In his younger years, Gainesville, and Lester of Palatka; follow in Elzey Chapel Cemetery' years ago from DeLand. She was a during her active years. Graveside funeral services were ;
he was a prize fighter in Sarasota 'and one grandchild. under the direction of Archer retired sales person for Meyer Dept. Survivors include a daughter, held at Conner Cemetery on Apr. 26 'i
and Miami, and an Ironworker, Funeral services were held Apr.20 Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Store; She was a member of St. Hazel Green of Starke; a song' with Rev.James Cowart officiating. ."
building steel frame buildings, at the Chapel of Archie Tanner Mark's Episcopal Church Castleton Charles H. Fields of Jacksonville; a Arrangements were handled by AT- ;','/\
before his retirement in 1977. He wasa Funeral Home with Rev. Roman Mrs. Nell Collins worth Eastern Star 668, Starke Senior sister, Mrs., Emma Tanner of chie Tanner Funeral Home. ',\i;<
member of Ma Hi Temple Shrine Alvarez officiating. Burial followed Citizens Club, and the Joy Group of Baldwin; five grandchildren, and ,(::
Club, Nor-Ml Lodge 253 F&AM in in Eureka Cemetery in Marion Mrs. Nell Elaine Collinsworth,'76, Starke. four great-grandchildren., Mr. Robert'Rozier ..
Miami, the Fla. Sheriff's Assn. and County with Archie Tanner Funeral of Starke, died Tuesday Apr, 26 at Survivors Include her' husband, Tanner Funeral Home is In chargeOf Mr. Robert Lamar Rozier of Lake' I
.the Ironworkers Local 272 He serv- Home of Starke in charge of ar- Bradford Hospital following a brief Thomas''C. Dwyer a son, Robert T. arrangements. Geneva,died Apr. 19 In a Gainesville
ed In the Navy Reserve and, the rangements. illness. of Newcome, N.Y.; a daughter,. hospital.Funeral.
Coast Guard. Born and raised in St. Charles. Elizabeth Bobo of Starke; two Lawrence Gayle Sr. services were held Friday
Survivors include his wire MyrtleE. Mr Charles Clawson Va., Mrs. Collinsworth moved to brothers, Albert Peter of Castleton' Mr. Lawrence Clyde Gayle, Sr., at the Hardage-Giddens Guardian ; ,
King Bailey of Worthington Springs of' Starke in 1972 where she has resided N.Y., Walter Peter of Lake George, 87, of Keystone Heights, died Saturday Chapel in Jacksonville with Rev "
Mr. Charles
and several 'and R. Clawson 83 since.: She was a member of the St. N.Y.
; nieces Lake died ; five grandchildren and three 'Apr. 23 in Alachua General William M. Wolfe officiating. Inter-
Butler Sunday morning Charles Methodist Church.
nephews. in Shands great grandchildren. Hospital following an extended il, ment was in Evergreen Cemetery, ';'I
Teaching Hospital follow- Survivors include
a daughter,
Cremation
arrangements were Memorial services were held Apr. lness. with Masonic Rites. "
handled by Archer Funeral Home of ing, a brief illness: Mrs. Peggy Ann Feleclty of Anchorage 27 at St. Mark's Episcopal Church Born Sept. 1, 1900 in Tuscaloosa, Mr. Rozier was a retired In- '
"Lake Butler Born in Miami,Mr. Clawson lived Alaska; four sons, William 'with Fr. Gilbert
Crosby officiating. Ala., Mr. Gayle moved to Keystonein surance agent with the Aetna Life
most of his life in Key West, where and both of Starke, James of
Buddy
Burial will be at a later date, under 1947 from Jacksonville. He and Casualty Insurance Co. and a I
Mrs. Lois BullingtonMrs. he retired in 1984 as President of Las Vegas and John of Anchorage; a the direction of Archie Tanner', graduated from Mississippi State 33rd degree Mason. .. f
S.E. Key West Bank.He was a Navy brother,James G.Parson of
Starker; 'Funeral Home: University and received his Survivors ,' ,
Lois Teuton Bullington, 66 of Veteran of World War II and movedto 12 'grandchildren and 3 great degreein include his wife Mrs 1'
Starke, died Apr. 17 at Alachua Lake Butler in 1985. Pharmacology from Mercer Lamar Rozier; two sons, Marvin
General Hospital following a brief il. Survivors include his wife Lovita grandchildren.Funeral services will be held Mr. Flen Ellxson University in Macon Ga.He worked Price Rozier of Durham, N.C. and
lness. Phillips Clawson of Lake Butler; two Thursday, Apr. 28 at 11 a.m. at the Flen Elixson, 64, of Hope Mills, for many years as a pharmacist in' Chandler Edward Rozier of '
\ Born and"raised in 'Eureka, Fl., sons, James Robert of Lake Butler Chapel ef Archie Tanner Funeral N.C., died Saturday,Apr.2. Jacksonville. Gainesville t a sister, Mrs Rebecca
Mrs. Bullington moved to Starke Survivors include Gerald Survivors Include his Day of North S.C.; and seven grand-
a son
and Randy of Ellaville, Ga.; three Home with Rev Leaton Morgan III wlfei ,,
Margaret A. ( Children. '
about 41 years ago.,She'owned and brothers Floyd of Orange Park, officiating. ''Cremation will follow. Elixson of Mills, S.C.; two Peggy) ,
Jean
Keystone; a daughter, Isabel Acker--
daughter Schmid of Linden
Archie Tanner Funeral Home is in Susie
and Darlene Wilkes of Hope Mills; man of Ft. Lauderdale; two sons, Mrs. ,Sibley,
charge of
arrangements. six brothers, Steve, Roy and H.P. Lawrence C. Gayle, Jr., of Isle of Mrs. Susie Sibley 100, of Starke
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Bradford Mrs. Winifred Crawford'Mrs. Elixson and Dillard Richardson,,all Palms, S.C., and Frank Gayle' ''died Apr. 13 at Whispering Pines'
of 'Worthington Springs, Kenneth Keystone Hts.; eight grandchildren ,Care Center, .
':'; Chiropractic Center Winifred H. Crawford,76, of ,Elixson of Starke and Cecil Richardson and a greatgranddaughter.Memorial A native of Georgia. Mrs. Sibley
( i"'I':: Melrose,died Friday,Apr.22,at her were held Apr
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sister
High Springs! a moved to Starke at an early age.She
, .,', '\jl' ,, Starke Office residence following an extended il- Carolyn Crosby of Worthington Spr- 25 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with was a homemaker and a member of
>:"': /: ,,218 S., Walnut St. lness. ings; six grandchildren and three Rev. Leamon Ward and Rev.Buddy Laura Baptist Church. ...
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::" "',i 'I' .,: Next to the, Chamber of Commerce Tenn., Mrs. Crawford moved to the services were held Apr. 4 later date. Arrangements were Pressley of No.Carolina,Dorothy'
If 964-4957 Keystone area over 29 ''years ago at First United Baptist Church in handled by Jones 'Funeral Home-of Parker of Jacksonville, Elizabeth
from Washington D.C. She was a Gray's Creek, with Rev.'' Jack D. Keystone Heights. Crawford of Kingsley Lake and Bet-
Faith,
;', member of PresbyterianChurch Church officiating. Burial followedin ty Starling of New Orleans, La.;
; Mr. Everett'Oliver
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was a retired LaFayette Memorial Park-West. three nephews, Everett Glisson of
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," I',.,"'11",11'" I''' T Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Maude Fields Starke, died Apr. 24 at his home Jacksonville
" \ : /'; ''";,;'.' .", Neck & Arm Patricia Schmidt of Wheaton, 111.; a Funeral services for Mrs. Maude following a brief illness. Graveside Funeral services were ;
I, ,\I'o 1,1,1',1,-''" ,' Mid Back brother, Horace Hansen of Powell Fields,98,will be held Thursday Born in Baldwin, Mr. Oliver lived held Apr. 16 with Rev Lester Austin' .' .' ,i,(+
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; most of his life in Starke He retired officiating. Burial was at Paran > :s
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'.' Archie from the City of Jacksonville as a Baptist Church Cemetery "':*:$\
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maintenance
,!: engineer. He was a Florahome with Archie Tanner'' '
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",.," ',," I t .Spirt Michael J.Craven officiating.Inter Patton officiating. Burial will member .of the Northslde ,Baptist Funeral Home in charge;' of, ar.
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THE TEAM APPROACH ad Litem program was stressedby another four or five volunteers in the abandoned,; neglected, or truant have' party status, and access to
the new coordinator for the 8th, 'Program, Ms. Beynon said, both 'Children In' negotiations, with the records and contact with the persons
.. ", ,CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT Judicial Circuit,'Barbara Beynon. ,men and women. The minimum age family or the court. No criminal or .Involved. Volunteers-are'
.24, IIOURS,A DAY 7 DAYS,A VEEK 'who was recently assigned to the for volunteers is 21. juvenile delinquent cases are handled screened before being appointed,
{ Baker, Bradford, and Union County'area The Guardian'ad Intern by the volunteers. ,and handle i cases dealing mostly

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very timely and appropriate to showoff
what scouting.U about Thanks to ,. ,
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Gateway Girl Scout Council, Inc. ? ,
was held Saturday, April 16 at 10 r lA. t
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.Auditorium In Jacksonville. Elected
and Installed by Ms. Pam F. Fey of
4 Gainesville, President of the Boardof Y
Directors was Judge George H. :
Pierce from Bradford County. BU
looks forward to being representedby _
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Following the annual meeting, the
Choose from the best selection ,of Friendship Luncheon was enjoyed
by those attending from BU..During
wedding in town. Our
stationery the awards ceremony Judy Dukes
Carlson, Craft line 'd e you with was recognized for her service to BU
a wide selection of styles in every price and the council. Judy has served as
a leader of Brownies and Juniors as
range. Stop and see us, for your well as Senior advisor.She has servo
complete. I paper,trousseau. ed as a "crafty" person for Smile I ,'J
and Neyati Day Camp for the past --

Lei(a ,S. several late Pat years.Spengler Judy's'' was mother the main the .wQueen SayS, Say NO... meet last Tuesday at the Presbyterian to learn more
force: behind scouting in Bradford Strawberry Queen Lilly Burgess told Brownie! and about the upcoming Just Say No Week planned for May
Draws a Gift Shop County in the 1950's' and Judy was Daixyti to Just Say NO to drills. The southnlde cluster *. .. '
819 S. ,Walnut St.' active at that time. Cliff hours to leach Girl Scouts 'in this health course, always at his own expense perhaps the satisfaCtiOn of Knowing
Also honored Chapman
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Starke. Fla. 964-5051 1 'director' of Bradford Emergency: neighborhood first aid, EmergencyPreparedness the time given by both Judy appreciate ,sion on a young girls life Great job
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Services. Cliff has given untold responder or a ,and Cliff,thanks. well done...
,. Others attending were Mike and The Cookie Committee, for
Gateway was treated to a river
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Laurie Mulfins Carolyn Eaves. cruise April including dinner, on
Some enjoyed a brief shopping trip a paddlewheel boat on the St.Johns.
to "The Jacksonville Landing''.
Leaders from BU were treated to Perhaps less romantic but good'
.. supper Tuesday,April 19,in celebra- >was McDonald's treat also Tuesday
'A. tion of Leader s Day. Thanks to all for high cookie sellers from
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NEWLY DECORATED everything furnished PINE FOREST APARTMENTS! Now taking

"Vl% ASSUMABll on $22.000: 3 BR, 2 LEASE 2,000 sq. ft., 301 South, laundry facilities Included. Video applications for 3 BR opts, starting at Cecelia Terwlllegar
.ba, brick v.n..r horn with fireplace acre from new KOA/Welmarf, .room available. Will accept one child 200mo. CH&A, fully equipped kitchen

and garage on 5 acre*. Beautiful ham.. 964-8848 964 8447, or eve. 473-3627 no pet. Palm Apt., 2313 N. Temple cable ready. 1530 W. Mod I son NEW LISTINGS'
Reduced to $59,500. United R.alty of .- 4/16tfnchg Ave., Storke 32091. 10/29 TF St., 964-6312. Mon-Frl. 9-S p.m. Equal
Storke, 964.8447 or 473-3427. 11/12 TF FOR LEASE: new 50x100 metal 12x65 MOBILE HOME 3BR 1 bam, on Housing Opportunity. 1/14 TFchg LOCATION LOCATION. LOCATION: This prime commercial location 507
THRU BEDROOM;2 bath haute with!:or. In Starke Industrial Park Hwy building 301 one ocre $250month964.4238.. 2/4TF TWO BEDROOM, 1 both block home,. W, Madison St., directly across from Wlnn DU'e!: could easily be converted to

port on 4 acre of land. Some 'furniture South Ideal for truck part ,and ADULT PARKt Clean :2 BR mobile homer CHSA. nice neighborhood. Calf suit your needs
Included. 2201 Sleepy Hollow Drive, repair. 964-5414.I 4/21 4tchg 5/12 mile from city. Nice neighborhood.' '468-1323. 3/3 TFchg: WALOOt 200 301 Frontage x 400' Deep 30000..
Stork. 964-6493, o.k for Cll 3/10TF 468.1323. 10/BTF WALDO VILLAS unfurnished 2 BR KEYSTONI COUNTRY CLUBt 3/1 both, '1500 ".!.,,. wood/ frame new shingle
EAGLE NEST HOMES kit form or turn key FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities townhouse, carpet CH A. 4681971. | roof carpet. S50.000.

Wquau modular homes John Curl., VACATION, RESORTS OR paid, from $37.50 per week. Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF KEYSTONI HEIGHTS Spacious quiet, country; living 3 BR, 2 boo Ig. FR, Ig.

United R.alty, 964-8447, 3/17 TF RENTALS MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St.. by Post ,FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utllltlet KIt/DR combo :2000 s.f.7 CHftA. city water, 2 septic tank, exc. condition.
,I COUNTRY BEAUTY convenient to Cecil, Office TF paid.. From $37.50 weekly Magnolia Assumable mart. $26.000. 8%. pmtsj 22398mo. Sole priced! 55000.
.chool., hopping Brick S BR,'4 bath, COTTAGES. Fully 'furnished. COZY 2 BR HOUSE furnished, CH.A.carpet. Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office TF 315 MYRTLE STt Neat ft tidy 3 BR. 2 Ba concrete block home LR, DR. Kit..
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LR. DR, FR, walk-In pantry celling font, weekly, monthly rate*. Alto mobile Prefer tingle adult. For Info call IAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking opplkatlont | walking distance to town new roof )1984. Check It out! 45000.
CHSA; fireplace{ ,kltch.rt'.quipm.nt. home park space for rent, and homes 964-6680 after 3 p.m 2/21 TF for 1 t 2 bedroom apartments CONNERLY ESTATES 3/2: brick, Stone frreoloce.. 1800 *.f.,' creened-ln
$10,000 below market. On 5 quiet for' tale. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Call 964.841 rf CHSA fully equipped kitchen porch Steve Hayes residence 1981. Water to air heat pump, double insulatedwindows

acre, no water or tewer bill $89,000, Highland Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704) 0,964--7619.3/17 TFchg drape, 7823531. New Manager. Equal | $83,000. assum., mart. $65,948.80 with 10% Int. Energy Efficient.APT. .
or leate. Call 964-7078 after a p.m. 12x60 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR 1 bath on 1. Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF
524-4605. 6/11 IinchgMOBILE BUILDING 3 units, fenced yard close to shopping 45000.
4212tpd 4/28 acre, $2SO month. 9644238. 4/7TF CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental
BAYLESS HWY. CHICKEN FARM 30 fenced ft cross-fenced w/4
FOR SALE FINANCED BY OWNER CB'' CLEAN 2 BR mobile home In Starke. $225 oc. pasture
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your pay chicken houses cooler 3/2 home alum eat-In kit., Ig. FRr DR,
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houte, :2 BR, 1 bath with 3 lots, pll city HOMES month. 964 8810. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 Private park laundry and playground.PINES .
CHftAj fireplace Ig. front porch 6 well, 2 septic tank. fish pond born ft
utilities, close to .chool.pa".d IIr..I.T.rm' MOBILE HOMES 2 BR 1 BATH WITH AC SRI21, lust south of SHI00 In
$5.000 down $330.33 p.r month ,FOR SALE AND COVERED PATIOS. I MILE TO Lake Butler Call 496-2366. \ garage: $143.000.
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,for 20 yrt. Call 964.6616 after 6 p.,": DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964-7498.. tfn/thg TWO ACRES Outside prison gates on Hwy. 225, fenced for hor..., frame 2

and weekend. 4/28 2tpd 5/5 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY* mobile home 4/14TF THREI BEDROOM, 1% bath concr.ieblock : BR, 1 ba new roof, newly rewired barn with three stallsr

LARGE 2-STORY COLONIAL HOME on pork on Grllfis loop. Acreage for more 20 ACRE HAYFIELD will rent for only house In city. $37S month, $375' ......COMMERCIAL....,
Historic Call Street Double lot with mobile home or lot*. 38000. Call small percent of hay harvest Call Clifford 'deposit. 964.5423, It 4/28 SUPER COMMERCIALI! Great two story building corner Coll ft Walnut St., 3198

larg. workshop. $89,900 OBO. will after S:30 p.m. 964-8970 or 964-4460. Martin 964-145,4121 2tchg 4/28 *f.. clean excellent condition live upstairs,'have business downstairs, Best
consider trade, 964-8272 or. 9644034. 3/3 TFjoHOMES TRAILER IN COUNTRY 2 BR, nicely 'u,. location I Enterprise Zone Benefits.

.... 4/28 4tchg 5/19 OF MERIT 28x56,3/2, $215: mon nithed.clean 12x60 AC 1 child max. WANTEDWANTEDr LAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer park $ 53,000
thly. Call I.629.8906. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 $235 month, plus deposit 9646714. 301 and WASHINGTON STn 262.5x105 ft. 91.500
REAL ESTATE NO CASH NEEDED: w. take trodes.-pald 4/21 2tchg 4/28 301 SOUTH: 135 ft.'on 301, approx. 2 acres{possibly 4 acres)). $150.000
for or not Uncle Royt, Ocala THREE BEDROOM furnished mobile PIOI'ERTY'IlENO AREA 301 SOUTH 193 ft.301 frontage $ 85.000
\ OUT OF .AREA 1-351.8514.4/1 4lchg 4/28 home on Griff Loop. Deposit no pets. Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Starke, BRICK BLDGt 4000 ..f. (unfinished Inside) off Morgan. 1.S acres

HOMESICK, GOING HOME) 1987 Crett. 9648816. Itpd 4/28 Fla. 32091. 417TF NW 42nd Av.., built as lodge but convert to your use' $ 60,000
mobile home furnished WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE rattlesnakes
TWO BEDROOM
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded point DW 28..44.5 rooms,.3 BR, living ENTERPRISE ZONE: 143x165 It,, near hospital $ 25.000
to-size and condition.For .
lots, river .access, $5450 Each. No room kitchen washroom 2 full bath or unfurnished In very good locotidn. priced according Info The Skin THOMPSON ST.: 11,3621.f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000
$200 month $100 deposit. 9648704. more contact: Shop at
money down $65.41 monthly. Owner lived In for only 3 months, CHSA,' all Itpd 4/28 our new location on Hwy 301 between 301 N.l 1.3 acres.MH hook-up. bldg., 240' on 301, great value I' 37.000-1
1-236.4579 16222438. 1/7TF set in trailer park on half ocre Ipt tnStork. 301 NORTH by Econolodge 165.01' on 301 $120.000
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I NICE DW mobile home, 3/2 outside of Waldo and Orange Heights. 468 2S97,
..' BEAUTIFUL LOT IN MAGGIE VALLEY, .. For sole by owner, $18.500 town $275 month. Available 5/5/88, 4/7 4tchg 4128CAII'INTIIYi 301 NORTH; approximately{ 1 ISO'x opprox. 220' 125.000
.:,overlook valley on South side of' cash Call 964.2286 anytime. 4/21 2tpd Real decks, *
'I 4/28 William D. Tiffin; lie. Estate porches, painting ..ACREAGE.,..,
.',: ; ,,"' ", mountain. Call Busy Costello TWO BEDROOM 2 bath $2800 stove, Broker 964.5065. Itchg 4/28 minor plumbing general repairs.. BROWNLEE RD.t 36.43'acres, owner financed great location $ 82.332 I
: r 473 2566. 4/14 2tchg 4/28 .
I' UNFURNISHED HOUSE 2 ,clean 964 6232. Itchg 4/28
.,\'! ), refrigerator, carpet. 9648359. Itchg BR. RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres,wooded and platted, $ 7,000
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campground
your Included. HODGES LAWN SERVICE Call between 7 "
stove, refrigerator $260 S' 9,000
4/28 105th AVE. LAWTEY:?/ acres cleared
membership? Call America'* most tv<- a.m. and 8pm. 4/21 3tpd 55FOIID'S
Call 9647625.
month $100
ceitful retort clearInghouse 12x60 MOBILE HOME Villager 2 BR 1 deposit HAMPTON 438 acres. This property hot everything) $438.000
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bath. kitchen sparkle", Hwy. 301 South, Starke.
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toll free hot 'line// laundry ,room private: Rd. 16West 964.8951. 4/28 2tpd 5/5 RD. : ocr.s plu.ll.h pond open" space
4/28 2tchg 5/5 SR 14 WEST approximately 7 acre $ 13.000
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I GOLF COURSE PROPERTY) sore' to ,,12x70 MOBILE HOME, 3 BR. 2 ba, CHSA,; 964.5940., $260''4/28 month.Jtchg 5/5$100 deposit. FREE ESTIMATES. Christian! painting, Painter;:" .964 pressurewashing .2051,. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.i 20.16'oc'.3 well, :2 pole,''

$4,000. Time running out. visit, writeor $4500. 964-5640, 4/28 4tchg 5/19 ,THREE BEDROOM HOME CHA, 4/28 2tpd 5/5 2.septic tanks,'owner finance, SSO.OOO. or will split each $27.000

call for Information, Lily take Golf A 'TRACTOR WORK:' mowing discing.{ .
964-5356. Itpd 4/28 :.....HOMES..... _
RV Resort, 500 US 27 S.;, Frostproof, Fl. FURNISHED UPSTAIRS AI'T.r 4 rooms and plowing blade work etc. Trailers and CROSBY LAKE, cedar and' stone LakocodD $105,000

33843. 81363526766761109.. fcan, HOMES both Light and hot water furrUshed... Equipment. 4.'P.: Eunice., 964.\230. 4/28 BRICK 3 BR, 2V. bo, custom built on 1 acre S 64.000

88-1177 oST. ClAIR ST.J CB, CHSA, 2 BR,::1 Ba, .No drunks, no dope, no pet. $2OO plea Jtchg 5/5 CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club 3000 .f.'on' 2 lots
advance 964.8071. Itchg 4/28 WILL BABYSIT, any ages, Mon-Frl. until 5, $ 38.000
CHA ostum. FHA mtg. GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex 215 Bradford 0'.'
ANIMALS & PETS PRATT ST. W/F 3BR I Ba, CHSA; MOBILE HOME with central' air conditionon p.m." 964-2588. 4/21 2tchg 4/28. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft, on water S 90,000

FOR SALE near school S shopping 35000. large lot with 'lots of tree on Griff' if 201 ALVAREZ COURT: 3 BR,. 1 Ba" S 25,750 \.

', I oCR 22St CB & W/F 3 BR 1 Ba,CHSA loop. 468.2374. Hchg 4/28 RENTAL. BOATS 1125 NEIL CT. 3 BR 1 Ba, carport'owner inane, $ 36.000
BRADFORD COUNTY 2/2
;i, WHAT'S SO DIFFERENT about the Happy 1 acre: lot to LCNGCHAMP HOME Brick, 3 BR .'/, Ba well Insulated 'IS 45.255
CHSA. large access Crystal
,. Jack 3-X. flea collar?? It works contains FmHA HOMES Eligible, no down Lake $400 month. R.T. Lovorn Realtor, BRICK or 5 BR 1900 s.f., I acre, S yrs. old Negotiable
: no synthetic pyrethyroldt.GoldKItt payment; Ineligible 10% down. 4733254. Itchg 4/28 U ,FT, KINGFISHER BOAT:. 70 hp 262 S. MYRTLE ST..Newly ,remodeled from. home,.2 BR. 1 bo' S 30.000

. US 301 N.964.7$71Itchg' LAKEFRONT LOT little lake Santa STATE EMPLOYEES need home close'to Evlnrude, motor? power winch trolling 642 N. WALNUT;3 BR, 2 boo handyman dream ,.$ 38.000

,: 4/2$ Far; with septic tank. your work? We have clean mobile motor,, overall condition excellent KEYSTONE: Spanish style, 4 BR, 2V ba 3450 s.1., 10 acres
..' GOATS FOR SALE call. after 5 p.m. NEAR GAINESVILLE: Off 231. W/F homes available 4681323. 10/8 TF 964-7794?, Itchg, 128 LAWTEY 5 Acres: 2 BR, 2 ba brick home and separate office space.
782-3085. Itpd 4/2B1* 1500 *.f.. 9 BR, 2 ba CH&A? formal BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks SID extra lot S 44.000

.s>MV'" HORSE FOR SALE:, Gentle -disposition. dining family room, front porch on MEND DAIRY RD.;,2-25, ocr... 3/1 CB CHtAso near, S 40.000

\ Great for women and children1. ..Call'( 10 acre of planted pine 30':.to. ...35';' CROSBY LAKE CANAL:;2 BR. lj a. CHSA. frame S 41,000

I ", 964.83734/28.. Ttchq 5/5. loll; LAWTEY; 4 BR, 2 bo. 2 story, lcre, !.10 'yrs. old $ 36.0W
: r- UNION COUNTY 135 Ac., 2700 ..f.
BUSINESS'OPPORTUNITIES home surrounded by large oak ft Alter Hours .,

pecan tree plus catch your fish from Anne Terwlllegor Nel.on 473-7541

2 private fish pond on property John Longford Master Appraiser( 496-2291
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Call, 964-5764, after S, call MATHEWS AI
REALTOR Located.Hwy. 301.2 Blks S.:SR.1 00, 221 W. !Laf ayotta, Street
964-5251. 3/07 If n .. .
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\ FOUR ACRES OF LAND high I.dry. barn and, 441 W. Madison *GEIGER RDi neat A clean 2 BR: 1 'bath on pr.tty'lot' ; $31.000. I Accelerated ReaJ ymc. n:
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$3,000
new well new septic BROWNIEE RD: 3.73 beautiful acres with :3BR 2ba brick, priced to sell.",
take over payment 431.1134 after Stark.. FL 32091 *ADKINS ST. nice 2BR 'ilba. Ig. pretty tree shaded lot nicely landscaped.

p.m. 4/284tchg 519ONE withadlacent (Across from Wlnn Dlxlt) *4 UNIT APARTMENT Reported good Income, price 38900. :
LOT and mobile home
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at Horseshoe Bach 9"-"" NICE 2 BR, 2 bo doublewide on I acre plus, owner financing. .9644544Hw7. ,

15000. call room 755-5360 4/28 2tchg 5/5 '*3 II, t Bath with built-on mobile home' 2 utility. buildings.C double carport.' '

I ) acre 25000. 301' S. :
OUTLAW WESTMORELAND ST.I 4 BR, I ba needs TIC. Lg. landscaped lot, $25.900.. [ -
LAVERN H. *IAWTEY B.42 ACRES with 4 BR 1 ba fish pond and born. Starke. FL .
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Broker HWY. 32$: 3 acre with pecan ft oak; 3 BR 2 ba country hom., atturnablemtt.
REALTOR

Thinking of buying or FRANCIS $T: 3 BR. 1 ba CB. 31500. .( Homes tI" Lots / 'Acreage't/ ,Waterfront :

setting? Call ust *LAWTiV AREAt 5 acre. 3 BR.,1 boo stucco house, kitchen.equipped Jenn-:! I
Air stove, Farms ./ Commercial .

964-4522 Evenings & Weekends *ALMOST NEW HOME over 2400 s.f., ''completely equipped kitchen. Igscreened .. *
STARKE. FL room overlook beautiful Santa F. Lak.; fireplace, MUST SEE P' TWO-STORY LOG SIDING HOME 3BR/2 & l/2be. 3000( .

Patty Kay ElaerMK* RUSTIC. BUT MODERN log 'cabin and 5.8 acre, pool large SP. CH/A.' Stove, Rcfri( & Dishwasher,, Ceiling Fans;Well & .
David L. Dodje. MSA. CRA : $85.000.. .
Res. B64-3689 garage/workshop Septic. Large Lot on the Water .
Re 084-5370 Kitchens ,*20 BEAUTIFUL ACRES acres in pecan grove, large 2 story Jiouse., NEAR SCHOOL' & SHOPPING '2BR/1BA CB. Kitchen': .
Suzanne
Kay C. Waters ) *'.15 ACRES lovely brick home with double garage. Strawberry Acres.
Combo Family Room. 27900.
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Dining
Re*. 004-8312 LARGE HOMI IN TOWN beautiful lot double carport, kitchen Include
RCK 064-8941 FOR'YOUR MONEY 3BR/2BA norwegian Brick,
D/W stow,. refrlg,'compactor.i, disposal 3 BR, 3 bo Ig. ,living room, with MORE r .
Opal DicksonRe fireplace, oversized, family room' perfect for pool table.,'' CHI A.. ,Range & Refri. Carpet. 1200 SF.' Solar Hot Water.
064-7333 REALTORs ) System Well & Septic, Stocked: Fish Pond.' .

Dettifnatecl Appraiser* .. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY GOOD RETIREMENT HOME 2BR/2BA Block: 1908 SF. .

Your Full Service Real Estate Office *HWY.- 301: CB building with. 125' frontage 200' de.pt,'Mt*. $58,500,' ''CH/A; Great Living-Dining Area. Formic: Cabinets in Kitchen:

Appraisal* for Residence Farm Commercial Busineit) Owner Will{ take $10,000. Breakfast Nook Family Room. Well & Septic. 3 Acres: .

.DOWNTOWN: complete city block H0'x216', building with Income: LAKE PRIVILEOGES, 3BR/2BA CB. Living, pining & .

Few of Our Many Listings .HWY, 301 N.110 acres, 914' frontage In city limit Family Rooms CH/A. 1416 SF Drapes. & Carpet., Well, &
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Residential Homes "Ii ... Septic Large Lot w.Nice: Lawn. .

CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESi Beautiful 3/2 home on large I lot. CHA, fireplace, BRICK.:3 BR, 2 Ba, den, CHSA on t acre, Hwy,'16. ALL ON 6.92 ACRES -.'2BR/1BA Frame Home A 3BRJ2BA .

range, ref., dishwasher. 2 car carport screen bock porch lake access available, *41 ACRESi nice land tree In Brooker area.. Doublewide Like'' New w/Patios" & Carport""Large Workshop. .

SOUTHGATE brick 3/2. CHSA on! 2 beautiful lots. *HOME I BUSINESS on 301 North with equipment:' Well & Septic.: ,

FIVE OAKS near country club beautiful 'brick 3> bedroom. 2: both, QUA.: ,' *N.W. 29th AVE almost 35 acres, lots ol trees, good building' site... RIVER ,'FRONTAGE.2BR/IBA: Mobile Home. in Excellent .

fireplace, priced to sell! *OFF BESSENT ROAD large brick 4 IR, 2'/ .ba. on nice lot, close to town.; Condition. Well A Septic, 9.5 Acres: .
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-LAROE BRICK HOME, 2700 tq. ft.. CH&A. beautiful neighbor ham.. Call for oppt *TEN ACRES between Clarke t lowtey. Can build or put mobile home.' NEAT FRAME HOME-,, 2BR/IBA Living A: Dining Room. .

'1400 *..f..;. 3 bedroom; CH: &A. $34,000. .
Waldo: Neat. Porches- 100 JI 200' High A Dry Lot. Well A: SDerplic.,
In Starke, 2/1, large room, 45000.
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ROOM FOR LARGE FAMILY' -4BR/1BA Frame. Large'
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neighborhood .
Both Quiet
!THRU BEDROOM/2 *NEWLY REMODELED11 BR apartment Living-Dining Rooms. Porches: Large Lot City Water' ,
*CLEAN AND NEAT 2/1. good location only 28600. TWO BR 2 boo mobile home out of town nke.: .
ARE ,YOU ,A GOOD CARPENTER? Repair this 2-Story
FOREST HEIGHTS; 3/2. CHSA, fireplace. Included microwave, $235
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(I NEAT AS A PIN: new ,roof new bathroom: dote to Starke.\ CROSBY LAKIi 3 BR hou... 3BR/2BA, Home... Large Living .Dining Rooms w/Fireplace.. .
STORY REDECORATED: 1800 '.'. In Storke, 39000. SELECTED PROPERTIES
TWO LAWTEYt t bedroom apt, .
REDUCED CONVENIENT la Starke schools. 3/1 remodeled. 45 ACRES Brooker. Will Divides Owner Flnsncinf w/Oood/ term.

HANDYMAN SPECIAL Duplex In Starke, good location.'! -(REDUCED) 10 ACRES 4. Will DividePew, Grow Well A Septic, Owner .

'.'12 ON EDWARDS RD.Y CHiA, up to 10 ocre Financing. ,
2-STORY HOMI on 4 64 acre, CHA. and more, e Call one of our Professionally trained 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan: Grove Fish Pond. Owner Financing.! .

t LOCATION, LOCATION In Starke, custom home a.. 3 ocre, 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location oa Hwy 16W, .
beautiful while beach.'Immediate staff today at: 4J ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home..
I ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick CH A, fireplace, LAKE GENEVA. Large Lot 100 ft. of Lake FronUie.LAKE .

occupancy. 964-5069 LOTS Crosby A Sampson. Owner Financing,
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$30.000. 5 ACRES On HWY 301 Sc uh. .
ON HART LAKE LAKE mobile contemporary home CHOA.3/2, decking only fireplace, and many amenltle or after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH Good Bonnets Location.. .
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Call Us About REALTOR ASSOCIATES. EVENINGS LARGE AREA OF LAND e Nonheat Section of City. .

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* low os MUST SEE THIS IMMACULATE 2SR. ,MAINE*" INSURANCE AOINCYl 25 E. 1-3-1 ACM" PARCELS 160 acre farm, .
$14.99 per month. Coll 964-6946. If"NIWSP..PII I'( BA. family room,Home located onlake PRESSURE WASHING Houses. mobile Main Street, lake Butler 496-3978. would make nice horse, farm low -
WILDERNESS 26 H. travel' trailer home, pool, deck, sidewalk Free ,
(1974 PLATES Aluminum. Geneva, Stove and refrigerator.Also Complete 'Insurance S.rvlc.10 tin 'down payment owner financed. Ap-
excellent condition $2600: firm. Measures 24x36", 23 c.nts.ach, Great laundry and deck facilities estimates Call Rob 4733590.. 3/S prox. 1/2 acre, paved road with, 2,,
431-1134 after p.m. 4/28: 4tchg 3/19 for patching and repair TELEGRAPH available, $375/mo. plus deposit tfnchg bedroom mobile home on SR18. Hale
135 W. Call St. 9646305. 473-2919, ./ tfnchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. ,HELP WANTEDGOOD and Associates, 4963939. tfn/chg.
FURNISHED APARTMENT We have Call The lawn Barber 473-3390. Free I .
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a medicarerecipient one J2/31
CARS TRUCKS, VANS with a qualifying condition lovely' studio apartment available on Estimate. 3/5 tfnchg PEOPLE r GOOD PAY GOOD .4 to 7 ACRES of railing hlllt, c.kl.
call) toll free number for more Informa lake Geneva Laundry and dock CARPENTRY, ADDITIONS REMODELING, BENEFITS Come In and talk with us. meadows, 'large hardwood and Virgin
17 TOYOTA Los SWB, AC 5 speed OD ,facilities available. $275/mo. DECKS.nO\ |lob tobig or small
tion. 1-800-445-4174. fcan 88-180 plus lake Butler Apparel MO S.E. 2nd pine, Owner financed. 10 percent
black with sport stripes, chrome front RAILROAD Tlij $5.50.och./ou pick up deposit 473-2919. 4/14 tfnchg Reasonable rate. Quality work. Call Street lake Butler' 496-3601. Hn/chg down. Call 496-2784 or 373.9593 4/28,
and anytime 473-9Q96. oak for
rear bumpers cloth seat, carp.I.g.ay Jim.Hnchg
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or I will deliver alan extra charge.. Call 321SEWING 1/21 2tpd. 5/5
Interior, bedllner. Lists for 964-4480 after 6pm. 3/24 TF ACREAGEBEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCED PARTS SALES PERSON
17,000 MACHINES CLEAN ft ADJUST
14.100 new. now 10000. TWO CUSTOM-MADE LOVESEATSt make Automotive port S Equipment Co., 675
mil... 964.5812.'TFc..CHEVY TENSION IN YOUR /HOME'Special
offer, 964-23O8/4/21 SE 6th Street 4962345. 3/31 tfnchg.
2tchg 4/28 WOODED LOT ON EMERY 2250. CARSTRUCKSREPO
\Vt TON 4x4 PARTSt front and Repair all brand. 473-7862.
axlet, frontier FREEZER: 19.6 cu. ft., 7 yr.. old. $125. LANE 473.9236. 1/.. tfnchg. Jtchg 4/28-5/12 WORTHINGTON 'SPRINGS Need someone ,
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rear transmissions do'
FIBERGLASS BOAT: 12" Stumpknocker MElROSE to housecleaning and
OVERLOOKING LAKE WIN.
YARD WORK HANDIMAN ,
etc. 9645812. TFce $375. 468.1115.4/21' 2tpd ./28WHOLES..LI one day per general domestic chore once or twiceweekly FOR SALE '1982 Comoro' 228.
1971 El CAMINOi/ AC PB, PS .motor 'like ALUMINUM KITSt delivered NOTT 11 acre. 170 pecan tree, week; raking mowing general. clean. for enlor household living In $4,100 Call 496-2101, Farmer and
... $3,500/acre. Owner will/ finance White Sand lake. 473-2877 leavemessage.
n. $900 or best offer. 964-6481, Itpd up. ,
direct to you,'Florida room*, gloss orscr..n 904.285.1408.chg 324.14 new mobile home. Reference. Good Dealers Bank. 4/212tchg. 4/28
4/28 Itpd 4/28 Call Jim 496-3478, 4/21 2tchg. m* FORD GRANADA 302 engine,
pay
1975 skirting tiding rgof-av.rs, LAND IN MELROSE 2 acre of pine and SHOP WITHOUT GOING SHOPPING the .
CHEVY bed PB work
long ,
PS. good '4/28 brakes, 4-door..
,carport. Instruction and Installation oak. power steering power
Fenced. Well.
Deep Septic tank
truck $650. 473-3893 after 6 p.m.,4/28 available. Call toll fr.. 1-800-762.4308. Amway way. Complete product line, EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY) Assemble $600. Call 431-1889. Itpd. 4/28 '
shed
power pole, utility on slob Call Paulette
2tchg 5/5 pump fully guaranteed. at
fcan 88178HAPPY product at home. Call for Information.
house
with lake
BY OWNER 1977 MUSTANG lit LOW privacy access to spring 473.7434..ltpd 4/28
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1(504)641-8003( ) E. A-8401. Itpd.
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'fed wooded ( LOSTFOUNDFOUND
MILEAGE GOOD CONDITION, BODY Ashley Lake$15,000, 2 ,MOWING ODD JOBS reasonable
kill. flea where ordinary flea collar acre adjoining above lot SI 0500. : 4/28
AND TIRES. $850 OBO. 964-8279, Itpd 473.4055.2tchg28.55
fail. Contain no cynthetic pyrethroid, Colt 475-3426 evening. 4tchg 4/7.4/28 GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,400 $72.500.,
428AUTO' Your nearest GoldKist Store, fcan ( HOME'IMPIOVEMENT.. repairs, add) ,Now hiring. Excellent benefit. Call Household items on SRI21,
FOR SALE BY GOVERNMENT 88183. lions or complete. building. 30 year 1(504)649-7922( ) Ext. J-840U Itpd. 4/28 south. Found Sunday. April 24 around Sp.m
Boots, vans, trucks, luxury; autos, RED ':1 STEEL BUILDINGS quonset ft straight HELP WANTED experience serving Bradford' and Clay ''GET PAID for reading book! $100 per tittie. Call A963196.28

HOT borgainsl I Sales 'Info. .wall. Must sacrifice: 32x50 40x82, Counties. 473-4018, 5/28 tfn Write PASED710, 161 S. tin- -
1-318/459-3724. J-3377 24 hours, ,50x120, up to 50% oH, Never erected, EXPERIENCED HAIRSTYLIST with follow. FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? Aurora II. 60542. 4/28 PLANTSDAYIIHES
4/28 3fpel 5/12. Can deliver Immediately. Coll ing for future employment with a House out of level?? LaRue leveling 3lnwoy12N.

1913 NISSAN 280ZX Turbol! excellent 800423.0052 ALLSTEEL, INC Icon, future, In, Keystone area. 473-4O07, service for all your foundation repair. ,
condition. $8500 or take over 88.185 Ask for Ed. 4lpd 4/7-4/28, 4737721. 7/9 tfnchg y.llaw.gold. and two tones
payments'. ; /31.1134'aft.r''. 4pm.; 4/28 KHK NURSERY going ,out of busmes LEGAL SECRETARY Melrose. Excellent EXPERT PAINTING home repair, han. FOR RENT 'In bloom. Other color available. $5

4tchg 3/19 .ale. All plant In on. gallon cane position with criminal and civil litigation' dyman .....Ic... Call Mitch 473-3940. per clump. Free clump of orange with 2
19*( CHEVROLET SILVERADO: extended lain.... $1 each. 782-3928. or 782.3268 ''attorney, Type 60 wpm word processing 3/24TF CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur- clump purchase. SR121 In lacrosse,
cab. load.d 964.4380 days or, from 3-8 p.m. Itchg 4/28 '. and previous legal' experience nbhed'all electric central heat and next to post office. 462-1561 4/28
964-6238 nights Itchg 4/28 LEASE/OPTION TO BUY 3 BR, 2 bath In preferr.d.75.1357, Itchg 4/28 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT ,air private paved road, laundry and Itchg.. ,S/S
19SO BURGUNDY FORD TRUCK 289 city 964-2250 before' 10 p.m. Itchg 4/28 PAID NURSERY WORKER lo..ork'6-IO park playground.' Near schools, hasp.,
motor, AT,, Pro-motic on floor Cragar POP-UP CAMPER $ 50. 964.6125 after 5 hour per week.. Call Eliam Baptist MELROSE AREA new 28R. furnished on state facilities PINES SR-121 east lake
mugs, n.w low-profile Eagl. ST p.m. Itpd 428WHIRLPOOL Church 475-2820 between 9 a.m. until one acre ,230mo. plu' deposit. Butler Call 4962366. Two children BOATS
Goodyear tire*. Has heater button t AIR CONDITIONER 18,000 2 p.m. 1';"ig 4/28 1.681.6631tchg 4/28.5/19 max, and no pet. chg/tfn 5/21
tuck Interior seats, carpet on floor. In btu, good condition. $150, Elm.r Stule, START YOUR OWN CAREER In a fast FOR RENT 14X70 2BR. 2BA. mobile TWO BEDROOM 1 lATH MOBILE HOME W GLASTRON 16'' ''SKI BOWRIDER
good 'condition. 9647822. 4/28 2tchg 9644720. Itpd 4/28 growing busln.... No sales experienceor home, setting on 3 acre of 'fenced Part furnished near schools, very BOAT 115 hp Johnson motor White,
5/5 HALE 4'' PTO DRIVEN PUMPi ,iSOO GRM'; training necessary. For appointmentcall 'land. Horses, kid, all 'welcome. clean. Call 496-3760 If no answer, trimmed in red. Magic tilt drive-on'
$1200 OBO never used 483.1461.1/28 Richard 4737434. Itpd 4/28 $300/mo. Phone 473-7461 after 7 p.m keep trying tlnchg,42fPERSONAL trailer 3100. Call 4962098. ,,4/28
',MOTORCYCLES 2lchg 5/5 SUMMER WORK FOR CAMP KEYSTONE I Itchg 4/28 2tchg. 5/5 '

PROM DRESSES for sale: $40.$75.,Worn 1 NEEDED, pot and pan ',worker, 3 BEDROOM TR"'ILEI$17s'plu.utilities. SERVICESWill

time, size 4r 6,.10, mauve, royal l, baby dishwasher, kitchen helper, con.fprence'center No pat, Kid OK In Highrldge Estate WORK WANTED
'197t HONDA GOLDWINGt full dress, blu., mint purple ft .fuschla. maid, laundress, and Call 473.0180. Itpd 4/28
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tires ,In excellent condition two MH BOOKEEPINO AND TYPING In ,
new 964.8814.4128 2tpd 5/5 assistant cook Contact 473 4758. 3tchg 2 BEDROOM new A/C and heat DO
helmets with Intercom. $1500, NICE YELLOW 30" go .ang.125; formica 28.5112 screened porch fenced 'lake my home. Call Joan Feuston at HOUSE PAINTING Interior and exterior.'

473.2566.4/21 2tchg 4/28 table 47" 'long and 33" wide,'y..y nice, ''privilege near Keystone schools Call 496-2741 for further, information.4/14 Reasonable '01.'. Have reference.
$15. 964-6362. Itchg 4/28 'YARD SALES 1-904.388.6109. Marguerite, I Itpd 4/28 31 chg. 4/28 Quality work Call for free estimates,
IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom, NEED WELDING Contact Bill Feuston In "
YARD SALE BULLt Chorleis-H.refor. crossed polled 496-3587.. 4/14 4tpd 5/5. .
one bath heat fenced also I I. forsolerent Washington Spring at 496-2741 4/14
5 go
yrs old approx. 1500 Ibs. S6OO. CARPORT SALE F.i. > Sat., 6539 Im-
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$220 mo. VV,mo, security dep 3tchg. 4/28,
,'782-3298 or 7823864. Itchg 4/28 mokalee', Rd, Household Item, Avon FOR SALE
.. WEIGHTS weight' bench steel weight, tools, tire, and other lime*. tpd 4/28 i 473.7044. Itpd;/ 4/28

MOVING SALES sofa and 2 chairs $100; curling bar, trlcep bar ,,and rolling GIANT YARD 'SALE something for MOBILE HOMES N.ed'.xlro
push 'lawnmower $40; single bed $3O; machine. $150. Call' 964-7548, after 6 everybody Apr, 29 ft 30. 9 a.m,' f 6 MISCELLANEOUSI FOR SALE STORAGE' ? HOUSES storagespace
hove
dining tab,. $20; dresser w/mlrror $25. p.m Itchg 4/28, p,m.,,,325 SW Grove Street No early' I We Hale 5x10 and and Associates 10x10 mintwarehouses
Good condition or best offer.468-2770,. birds, pleosej.Itpd 4/28 RAT Buy sell and trade COII.cli.c') '
.y... Itpd 4/28 "- ,2.9 ACRES with 3 BR I'/'! bath,' mobile .MOVING SALE Sat9a.mnoon. 7708 ble Item and antique Used furniture, IMS LIBERTY )14'x50' mobile homi.'Twa; 496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7
home on Forsyth Rood/ byown.ro:, much T bath. Go furnace and PIANO FOR SALE Wanted.,Responsible,
TWO FAMILIES'yardst we cleaned out Clover lane. 80" ." dining room set. glassware, 'jewelry and more bedroom
'our, attics, garages,, closets and 9648812. 4/21 4tpd 5/12, living room furniture Itpd 4/28 Come see for yourelf. One mile east: .Iove. central air. 7500. You move party to assume small monthly

gr..nhou.. Come see what w. hove.: CDX GARAGE SALE Furniture, picture,' ,of Keystone Height on Highway .100. Mrs Hagan 4963755.21 2tpd. 4/28 payments on piano. See locally. Call
Saturday and Sunday 10 o.m. til dark PLYWOOD %'f,4 ply; ; $7.99xx6''' ,toy, houseware. Sat. Apr.: 30. Totem 473-2183.. 3/5 tfnchg 117 Z '*6O' ZIMMER MOBILE HOME 3 manager at 1(618)2( ) .1306 anytime?
4/J1
treated posts, $2.99 1x6x6 treated 5/5
400-436 South Water Street. Itpd 4/28 ; Pole Road oft SR 26. look for Sign bedroom 2 bath central heat and air, 3tchg
board; $1.05 Stephen Smith Lumber, CARPET BUY DIRECT FROM THE CARPET
BIG 2 FAMILY YARD SALEt In Lawtey (Fri ; 1 1chg 428GARAGE CARS fully carpeted fireplace, stove, ,
7 mile South of STarke CAPITAL AT WHOLESALE!
3011 Free
on Op.n dishwasher,
8-2 p.m.. Sat. 8.5 p.m) Nice clothing SALE Keystone Club Estate refrigerator carport.
8:30-5 p.m. Mon-Frl; 9.2 p.m. Saturday Screened back front deck. You sample. Commercial and residential.
sizes from 7-14, children clothing; off SR 21, Follow signs. Furniture,, .living porch
82 GRANADA 4 dr. AC. PS. PB. PW Quote brands.
2x4x8 treated pin., $1 89. Itchg 4/28 name Paradise Carpet,
mic. 301 to Lawtey Rd. 125 DuPon., room suit bed. Sot. ft Sun. Apr, 30' move Call 1962694.4/21 2tchg 4/28
UPRIGHT PIANO call after S p.m., $2,975. B. Thomas, 473-3852. ReadyToGo. Call PO. Box 2488 Dalton Go. 30722,
MOBILE
FURNISHED HOME $1.500.
Rd. Cross track. 6th trailer on right and May 1. Itchg 4/30-5/1 .
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782.3085.4/28 21 pd 5/5 2tpd 421428M78 496-3130.4/28 5/5 1(800)338-7811.( ) 4/28 3lpd, 5/12 .
782-3044. Itchg 4/28 GARAGE SALE Sat 30th Geneva lake 2tpd.
'$3 YARDS LIGHT GREEN CARPET waffle, PLYMOUTH HORIZON 1.1 liter, 30 GALLON ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
WE ARE STILL GETTING IT TOGETHER we Estate, next to last house "
on right.
padding $50; 2 loveseat sofa, S50 motor' been overhauled $350 a* Isj Energy efficient$45.. Carpet (red)
will be 1 House
ready next w..k.nd. May on rlghl..9.4. Itpd 4/28
i each; two wicker lamp, $15 each Call 473.2396.2tchg 412855"d' NOTICEClAfSMMajLDVWXISINa 7x12' $45. Call 496-3505 after 1 p.m.
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8:30 until. Corner of BADCOCK FUR. YARD SALE household furniture 214, d. 't .
964-8791 9647061. Itchg 4/28 It T 4/28 21chg. 95REFRIGERATOR
NnlRf"! 0u cLubmslmb.r.havtclo!P":>, or ...81100',0 mile from! Gli..,<> .
*k $IOMIMADE--COUNTRY JMOKSB. = .19.f"'OCrW Side-by-slde. ke walsr'I,1d''B08r."Gb
/ it. :MUl HOMES FOR SALS snould.be sub- ._
ed house, oorooefond; attic* so we will 'Yrgr( 2ndrtibbirb7Srr16.YARD ,' .' nm : '
SAUSAGErs.r beef custom but- .. .. .. mlrled .Jo the Onion County Time office : *tovet>"riiBlst'1t'' choir, \
have a little of everything. You con afford SALE Fri ft Sat. MIIC". item < "
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Buford Farm. 185 solid wood. Call ..Itpd., 428GLORIA'S
cherlng. Thrift ,
Hwy. and In advance .
our price. Beta Sigma Phi Sororl. clothe, Deer Spring Rd. Itchg 4/28 GENEVA LAKE ESTATES by owner 3BR, In writing paid
ty. Remember, Saturday, May 7, Itchg off Hwy. 121 N. of Mocclenny 2BA, custom built extras, two car unless' credit i* already established
4/28' 1912843.2236, Manioc "Go. 31646. garage. $72.000. 4753353. Anytime with this office

SATURDAY.. APRIL 30i 907 W. Madison 4/28 4tpd 519WASHERDRYER FOR RENT OR SALEFOR 4/28-5/5 Classified deadline I I. MONDAY 5

St. Household Items, clothing and fur : both In good condition. FOR SALE Brooklyn Cove; 2BR,. 1BA, P.M.* prior to Thursday publication. I
nltu... Itchg 4/28 $150 for pair. 964-7554. Itchg 4/28 RENT OR SALr'WITH OPTION 2 ,cabin $2.000 Under appralall at Minimum charge i IS word for$3.50,
LARGE 3 FAMILY YARD SALEi, April 30, SEVERAL ITEMS truck tire 10.20 and .bedroom screened deck on Deer Springs $33,500 2.000 down. Deer Spring then 15 cent for each word thereafter

417 S. Cherry St. 8 a.m. 9?? Lot ,of" 9.20 $25 each; 32 ft. camper, 1981, very Lake, $290/month 4732252. Itpd Lake, 3BR. 2BA, DW/MH $2,000 under

clothes,.household goods*and a piano. good condition $4500, (low-boy, trailer, 428MOBILE appraisal at $43,500. $3.500 down. ,
Itpd 428GRIFFIS 18 ft. all steel. $1.000; utility dump 473-3562. 3tpd 4/21-3/5

LOOP after 2nd RR crossing: on trailer $400, Waldo 68--088. 4/28 HOMES FOR SALENO HOUSE FOR SALE King St.' large living MUSIC HOUSE (STUDIO)

curve, on left little bit of .....rylhlng.Thu. 3tchg512SATOH I room and kitchen 2 Bath workshop
BULL TRACTOR with 4 ft. mower1, CASH lakeview. .. low '473-2604. INSTRUCTORS Richard & Gloria
.. ft Frl. Itpd 4/28 NEEDED.We take trades paid price. : Kellogg Bryant
$2500: Michael I 9648414
SATURDAYi 9 until. 610 Alton Rd., '4/28 Reddish Itpd for or not I Let u* arrange your credit. Itpd 4/28 LESSONS: Guitar. Banjo & Electric Bass

Storke. Drop.., clothes; mist, Items Uncle Roy'. Hwy '441 N., Ocala. CaD: .
SECTIONAL QUEEN SLEEPER SOFA 2 :,
and much 4/28 pc 1-351-8514. 4tchg 4/7-4/28 PERSONAL
more. Itpd excellent condition brown, must see 964-812O Tues-Fri i-7 Sun & Mon 10-2
SATURDAY 8-4 p.m., 1986 Bonnevllle,, HOMES OF MERIT 28X56 3/2 $215/mo,
furniture, dishes, adult children and to appreciate. Call 964-5907 Itpd 4/28 Call 16298906. 4tchg 4/7-4/28 EXPERIENCED PSYCHIC READING and
HAY-ALICIA! fresh cut. 20 round roll.
baby clothes, toys, much more. 1135 PUBLIC NOTICE! Down payment problem guided positive meditation to take control .- -
Neil Court Look for signs. Itpd 4/28 $25 per roll. 782.3510. Itchg 4/28. but :good credit? Free credit of your life Call LIBRE Center ,
SATURDAY, 4/30 and SUNDAY, l/li ,.3 USED, 4/28 FOLDING WHEELCHAIR 964 5900. check by phone. Uncle. Roy'sv1.351.851.ltchg47.128 377-1973 4tchg 7.428 p, 'tall Advortisihg Policy

p.m. Lots of baby and adult clothes. Itpd, .
baby Hem, gas stove. works good NOTICE I 'I. :itOunty: >: T'1h"lr'JQ< ;: !:'

apt. site refrigerator 25" color console 'FOR SALE PART TIMEOPPORTUNITY' Unl ,,,", ''u-r1'/ 111"1'1' & Lake,' Regi n Monitor.
need work. plus mite. Off 301.3 '" I I
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mile* outside of lawtey, trailer behind Classified deadline is I TUESDAY, SANYO S55 COMPUTER' monitor '
fire tower 782-3167. flchg 4/28 i NOON prior to Thursday publication. Panasonic '1080 printer; manual, Let us make your ad work for you. We will gladly assist you In

REMODELING SALE sectional ".ofo, Classified display deadline I I. TUESDAY 'editor, '' spreadsheet data base, etc. Earn extra cash each monthas designing what you like. We will show proof when requested. We will
5:00 P.M. '
: Special Classified
wicker item. 1326 furniture Searing, dek St.and Salu.doy..4/3O many other placement I I. NOT Guaranteed:display 4/2'Cost.4128$1.45O.'$700 firm. 473.4679.2tchg, a carrier for the Gainesville also try to place your ad on the page you desire however. we cannot! '

8.4 p.m. Itpd! 4/28 Minimum charge for classified ads I Is .'SNAPPER. 30'' RIDING MOWER 4 yr*. Sun In the CLAY BRADFORD guarantee position to anyone. .
IS word for $3.50 Ih.n,15 cent .for old._.l.ctric start, bagger need battery county area. Applicants must If we make a error In your ad. we will give credit for tne space the;
each
word
thereafter 400. 473-4679. 4/21-4/28 hove reliable transportation error occupied not for the entire ad. We will not be responsible for,

PERSONALS 2 SPITZ PUPPIES $ .'a. Siamese mixed and b* able to post a errors appearing In advertising taken over the phone.Let .

I cot FREE. 473.7769.'Itchg 4/28 us assist you In your advertising'..Call 964-6305,473-221Q
fAMILY'EXPEIIENCE, --1 1 BRAND NEW AUTOMATIC "NEW HOME" refundable $250 cash security or
WONDERFUL
A FOR SALE
Australian European, ScandinavianHigh left In loyaway. Cost $699. Bal. due .deposit. For more Information I 4962261.

,$250. 25 guarantee..,473-7862 2tchg call 1.800.443-9493.
School' Exchange Student archIng
I METAL STORE .I I 4/28-5/5
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host for _
In August Become a family ,
American Inlercultural Student Lx.chang. '

.. Call, .1.100-SIILlNG" ,Icon FIXTURES David'Lawson Paint & Body Shop WANTED- League Bowlers

88-181 (II AND I
LOSE UP TO 3S LBS MONTHLY. ."p. .
weight loss program needs 27 I Insurance Collision Work Free (Estimates
SHOWCASESGood Starke Lanes 964-8175
overweight people. ,FDA accepted.; Ii
Free consultation. Call '
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7195481022. fcan 88.176 CR 229 NW 28th St. Stark \ 964-6133
for Most Retail pj

Business orJewelryWatch NOW LEASING

R. V. DURRANCE I Cases I flTI y TfflTF t New H__ t Window.PalnUaf.

Room luau Forest Park
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PUMP & SUPPLY EXPERT ADVICEON .
Cu-port New RooT
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USED OFFICE .
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Work Income families No rental assistance available '
Well DESKS VlBTl Siding ,; '
Drilling I
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NEEDS' Call Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts.. range refrigerator/
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Rotary '2'.' to 6" ICHAIRS I E3r] { :3 964-6766 carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry Free ;
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CASH REGISTER$! HOMES BEAUTIFUL, water minimum., sewer & garbage Rent $185, t $220 S-; :'

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For information/application:
'of' North Florida
: TYPEWRITERS II'C"O t Forest Park Apartments r 775 NE 1 st Street

t All [ P y Comer Lafayette & Hwy.301. Starke rM H:r T sett: (904)496-3439) E.H.O. 'ii'

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taking application:lor 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These oll-

VISIT, OUR SHOWROOMFor j SetUp ,A Store I Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all:have

Your Plumbing Paris II wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances. OnIte .

Or office I I laundry facilities Rental assistance available, for qualified
'964-7061' | You Pick-up or W#> D.llv.r ,applicants. ,

We Also Have For application and InformationPieas.

864 N. Temple Ave. Starke : Call | see vi at .

Red Heart Cypress Lumber :'' 1005 SWtth Street @

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HELP WANTEDWILDERMAINTENANCE PERSONAL SERVICESWANT
HELP WANTED .' ,.. .....-- .-.- -."., Call Mark at .. Lt, ........
TO DRINK. 473-4380 or 964-6305
LICrROLUX NOW HIRINOi Positions PERSON apply THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS!
'_lIobl. In management, ...1.* ands In person at Griffin Industries Hamp- WANT TO STOP!
Mcs. Full and part-time, 372-7811 ton Good benefit' Apply between 9-5 THAT'S OURS THANK YOU.
EOE. 3/31 etchg 5/5 p.m.28 TF Alcoholic AnoaymotuM4llStorM420M E-Z WHEELS . ..
I.N.i/L.F'.N.* RN peclallt needed for FINANCIAL PLANNERS Prudential on*
,evening and night shifts In the Medical of the world's largest provider 'of pd thru 6/30 1320 N. Temple Ave. Stark
and Adult Ptychlatrk Unit Reoulre.* 3 financial security I* offering careerpositions CHAIN LINK PENCE InMallwJ. Fr.. 964-7783 'We greatly appreciate all of the
year RN experience, 1 of which In In the Held ol financial plann* MtlmatM. HANDY-MAN fENCE CO., participation In the
fl.ld. salary rang 102713.67 hourly, Ing. Marketing positions available to Owner Tommy Reddl.h.85S9 TF '. Buy Here Pay Here. Country Carpets
,depending on experience. PN'* needed aggressive person with their future In HANDYMAN carpentry, pataHng. el!_ Softball League drawing.Congratul8t1ons .
for all shifts: no experience mind. First year positions $30.000 and tricot compUt. home repair.Koonobl We Finance.
necessary;, mutt bo licensed. On. up. Call 904-375-2992 Friday only.EOS. ... rat**. Licensed contractor. go to Doug Morris as the
I, Gradual Nur position available. 4/28 5/5 RM049306 Call Mitch 473-3940. t/9TF .
2tchg 83 Ranger 4 spd., 4 lucky winner of two beautiful slate blue
Contact Mrrlt Hlggln NortheastFlorida PUBLIC ASSISTANT SPECIALIST III Th SEWING MACHINES Sales' and Sarvte., ,
Stat Hospital 904-359-6311 Dept. of Health A Rehabilitative Ser. all makes cleaned, oiled adjuitad. cylinder nice. lamps.A .
ext. 115. 4/7 4tchg 4/29 vices I I. accepting application for $1 S. All work guarantd. Cornet
$595. Down E-Z
LOSERS WANTED low up to 29 poundsthis Public Assistant Specialist II to work Morgan Rd. A CR 16, James Strickland. Payments special thanks goes to Deloris Morganfor
month, Inch., c*IIuiit.. Dr,
with the welfare program. Minimum 964- 733. I2/3TF
recommended I 1'v. lost 50 pound. In* qualifications ,LAWN SERVICE for residential and drawing the'winner.
ore a 1.5. Degree or B.A. com-, 75 Pontiac Lemans* Good
credible fat absorbr. Sales representatives Degree. Starting salary I* $585.74 bi ,mrclal. Landscaping tree removal,* Owner
ndd. 301-338-7346, lean weekly. Please send a Stat of Fla.application lawn vacuumed. No |fob too big or transportation.' 1
88-186 to HRS Personnel 1000 N.E. small Fra timotati 964-4338. 2/4TF $295. Down E-Z Payments ,- ,- Country Carpets
EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY I Assert 16th Ave., Building J, Gainesville, fI, Wl DO BULLDOZER WORK 490 John of StarkeFOR
bl*products at horn. Call for Informa 32609. HRS I i. an EOE/AA/Vetran Dr*. 140 pr hour. Call anytime.
tion. 904-041-8003, ."t. A9579.21 Preference Employer.4tchg 4/28 7823306. 4/7 4tchg 4/38 80 Toyota 4 dr., nice car -, --
4tpd 9/12 GET PAID FOR READING BOOKSI I $100 WILL BABYSIT any age, Moo-Fri until 5 "
NEED 81 OVERWEIGHT ,SALES PEOPLE $495. Down E-Z Payments t
p.r-till. Write: PASE-D1I1, 161 S. Lin- p.m. 9642588. 4/21 3tchg 4/38 '
los up to 29 Ibs. this month INCHES colnwoy, N. Aurora II, 60543. 4/14 CARPENTRY deck, porches, painting SALE
cllullt. Dr. rcommndd I lncrdlbl 4tpd 55GOVERNMENT minor plumbing, general, repair '81 Plymouth Reliance, .:
FAT absorber. Fr** shipping. Call JOBSi$15,400 to$73.500. 964-6232. Itchg 4/38 Fill Dirt Soil
Susan, 713.692-5463. lean 88.179 Now Hiring excellent benefit Call HOOOES LAWN SIRVICIi Call between 7 Runs good/drives good Top
OFFSHORE JOBS Immediate openings S04- 9.7922. ext. J.9579.14 2tpd a.m.and B p.m.21 3tpd 9/9 $395..,Down E-Z Payments '
All.. skills ft5,000-$85.000l 421CUSTOMER FORD'S" AUTO DtTAIUNOt"Let your auto Large or Small Loads of LimerocIT, .
80 AMC SpIrit -6 cyt.i350. .
USA/Ovrsasl Work month/horn Stark.,.
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE! parkle? Hwy. 301 South '
month I Fr.* roam A board. Fr** Immediate opening In the branch officeof 96-4-8951./28' 2tpd 5/5 $ DN EZ Payments Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
:details. Offshore, Box 4478-5 Biloxi, this leading consumer finance company ., FREE 'ESTIMATES painting, preuur
MS 39531 (tend stamp). lean 88-182 for a part-tlm.position.If you en- wahlng. Chrlctlon Painter .964.205121 964-6182-964-5823 9646095r
GOOD SUMMER JOIt two opening.pay- meeting the public working In a ./ 2tpd 5/5 DRESSMAKERSEWING .
Ing $5-$6 per hour. Produc. shipping X' fast-paced environment and handle TRACTOR WORK mowing dliclng.
receiving paperwork freight scheduling figures accurately and have hod some plowing,blade work etc. Trailer and
a manual labor'Involved, 40 hrs. collection experience. This position Equipment. J.P Eunice'. 96-4-8230./28, MACHINES HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGSNO
week with som* overtime. Need to may Interest you.We offer competitive ,2tchg SIS
'start May,2. Hours usually 3-8 p.m. alary and opportunity for advancement. -' DOWN PAYMENT
Mon-Sat. A occasionally odd hrs. Position .Fleet Finance, Inc., 1253.D South HOUSE PAINTING) Commercial and Deluxe Zig Zag &
will last at least 10 weeks. Sandreiume Walnut St.. Stark.964-5010,EC*../21 Residential. Mobil. home repair and Good Selection to Choose From
lo Wainwright Farms Produce 2tchg 4/28 enrice. Pool painting. Free Estimates. w/Stretch Stitch
Attn: Mark Anthony Stat.Farm.rs HOTEL MANAGER! Live-In apartment Call 431-1731. We also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities
; Mark.. Hwy 301, N. Stork. available. P.rt.ctfor older person or .4/38 3tchg. 5/12 Straight Hwy 301 South v I
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Fla. 32091. S.l.ctiv.'int.rvi.ws Will retired couple. For more Information Zig Zag"cu 5ry
i ii I take place Sat.. Apr. 30. Itchg 4/28 apply In parson: Bradford Telegraph., Stretch :t\\ % ,! 964-8848
NEEDED SUPERIOR STVUSTi experienced Call Stork. '
8-10 a.m. M-F. 135 W. St.,
In all phases of hair care. Full or part- TF Subscribe .' Rick Rack'Jaua" '...."... -..
time, paid vacation! holidays, many ,Today I ,
extra benefits.Call Lorrle for confidential /
Interview. 9642323. Itchg .4/28;. "Complete w/portable
PERSON TO COOK in pre-school.2 hoursa
.Ca"... V carrying! case,
day Call 964-5232 ,for app?. Itchg '
.4/38 ,L & p' .,
EARN $7.79 PER HRi We need assistance OUT & GOYI1.
aftfiIr ,
In evaluating and responding to dally ,Construction' 'Co.for Home, Demonstrations'
work r.port..ubmittsd by our agents By Appointment
,throughout the state. No experience your carpentry, $25.00MonSat
necessary, paid to complete training. electric and plumbing ,
Work at home.,For Information send 12995
.sell-addressed stpmped envelope,9'A needs.. No, Job too"?small
Inches long to: AWGA Dept. E, Box $299. SPECIAL "
49304, Atlanta,'Go. 30359. Itpd 4/28 Call anytime. 21 yrs. Stricklands'Sewing 1 omi n
.' I The
PUBLIC ASSISTANT SPECIALIST li experience.
i Dept. of Health & Rehabilitative Services r : Machine
is accepting applications for 468-1455 3 A t8.SlaQ 012 CPB4
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Public Assistant Specialist I to work In Hampton
the food stamp program. Minimum RNA 964-8733 Mon-Sat,
..mcmniA
qualifications: 60 semester hours or 9Q cnl9
quart.r hours of college.; Starting '88 BRASS HAT OVAS 9:30 6:00pm
Id $526.04 'bUweekly. Please ;
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"'11' 44'send salary wJtat,, of Florida application tor uanl slit. .. ,.AT,,AC* 15>to choose from. PUBLIC \ '
HRS Personnel. 1000 N.E. 16th Ave., Full factory power train HAIRPLANES'X9644645
Building J. Gainesville. Fl. 32609. HRSIs
on EOE/AA/Vetrans preference /TraTrTtcTRAVEL a warranty. SALE j:1On :
Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28
FOOD SERVICE lull and part-time cook, AGENT I $7495
cleaning waitress position available. TOUR GUIDE The following vehicle will be aylwrnon&K
,Call for appointment 533.2050, Camp i offered for sale to the public In 'Vr
Standing. 4/14 4tcha 5/3- __.:: AIRLINE order to recoup repossession '
AVON REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED full I *V
lime or part-time. Unlimited opportunities. ORIAN WELLS and storage foot:

For more Information, call I CMrt lo iIi full'timparv, I II Ira r CHEVY OLDS "'
Ramona, 7823068.414. 3tchg 4/38 84 PontIac T-1000 $ 984.75
I on Bv)eJrlne computer I rfomaludy 3O1 N. Stark
BABYSITTER NEEDED In our home In Lak. Hwy e '82 Pontiac J-2000 1108.02
Hampton.3 days a week 6 a.m.to 4 30 and resident training: 964-75OO '
p.m. References please. Must have Financial aid availabte'Job I e 80 VW Sclrocco 896.93 ,r NOTICE:
own transportation. For more Information placeman aMlttance./ National '78 Ford-BIrd 872.59
call 964.a.ao.21 3tpd 4/28 adquafiw..Ligtitouse.Point. Fl I 78 Datsun 200 SX 790.1

SECRETARY neat and pleasant.NEEDED 7829802.for small Itchg./28'business, A.C.T..TRAVEL SCHOOL" :?. ,, 1 TRAIN', 75 Chevy Comoro 365.83 r Cleopatra'sUpholstery

PEP-O TAKING APPLICATIONS for full. 0--432.300.K1 : 76 Olds 88 Wagon '311.2C "
TO BE A .
time cashiers and stock person. Apply 74 Cadillac ,298.1V w & Auto
620 S.,Walnut St. 4/28 2tchg 5/5 PROFESSIONAL.SECRETARY
Coupe deVUIe '
'Trim'
Shop
SEC/RECEPTIONIST CONDITIONS OF SALE:, {

UNION ::- ..EXEC.SECRETARYtort '. Only" Cash or Cashiers .Is temporarily closed for remodeling and
FLORIDA, TIMES locally full time/port time] Checks Accepted
|learn word processing.and! rezoning request. We are sorry for any
Has an opening 'for a newspaper carrier In the related secretarial *MII*. Home I ,$50.00 Cash Deposit inconvenience this may cause our
With Order
and Rmldwit Nofll Required
Study Training.
Starke area. Must have dependable transportation wadquartor*. L.H.P., Ft.. No Trades will be customers.. 'We will be back bigger andbetter '

home phone ,and be able to post cash bond' a. nNANCIAL AID AVAILABLE*" accepted to serve you in the,very near '

'Call// or, come by"Starke branch 1605 N.; Temple ,e e JOEL fIWICIM LACOSOtTMSKTM AID aaa.uu Ct'I All Sales Find' future.',Watch for our reopening date.

Ave., 64.5J65..between 9,a.m., and; 3 p.m.: 1-800-432-3004 I The vehicles may be .

::1111. sues ICMOOL A ,Inspected between 1Q a.m NOTE:Any letter of recommendation from our

+. r and 6 p.m., Friday and customer, for rezoning purposes will be
I 'Saturday. April 29 &30 at appreciated.

Home Phone 964-8861

.. D' & S MOTORS Office Phone,-664-7O14

t '. '207 N. T*>mplAv*.'

La-Z-Boy: I St rk.. Fl.. 32091
Haveyou'tried! qualify:;

From Ing for a home mortgage' .
I and couldn't because your
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199DENMARK income was too low? 'Visit the

,Are you tired of paying'rent :

with no return on your'' '

investment Do you have? a steady. income -, '

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employed, 6 months or! County
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I Businessman Charged in TheftWilliam rlz z .


R. Alderman was arrested sonal use.
this week on a new charge,of The new charge could jeopardize Alderman pled guilty in June of
grand theft which could mean a Alderman's freedom. Now serving last year to second degree grand
prison sentence for him, under, a community control theft and was placed on two years'
control followed five
community by
Alderman allegedly received a sentence,'Alderman was allowed to
check for approximately $8.500 for function in'' his job by caUing his years probation. He was ordered to -.l y .f
make full restitution, fines
the closing of a land sale made out to community control officer to give, pay
Title Services, Inc. The check was his whereabouts and ask permissionto totalling $20,000 plus pay $6,000 in
court costs.
deposited in an old operating ac- travel. That officer is preparing to '-
count for Bradford Title and file charges of violation of community Bond was set at$10,000 for the new
Abstract Company,which Aldermanhad control which will elevate Alder charge of grand theft.Alderman,48,
been ordered to close,accordingto man on the sentencing guidelines.If of Hampton turned himself in to the
Investigator Wiley Clark Alderman .' the guidelines are followed he could ,sheriff's department April 26 and
Is accused of making that, receive up to 2V4' years in prison, according was released on his own
money available for his own per- ( to the state attorney. recognizance.area .
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possession of drug paraphernalia peace and disorderly intoxication.Bond and undercover agents moving
,driving while license suspended. was set at $500. ROR. in and selling drugs to those who r, w ..arM1
Reed posted surety bonds totall 'Charles Jackson of Starke ,was come by soliciting drugs and then
ing$7,500 and a cash bond for$101.25for charged with possession, sale and arresting those who purchase the
his release delivery cocaine Bond was set at drugs. rL,.
Howard Lynn Jones 20. of Water $5,000. Sheriff Reddish stated that his
'St, Starke. ROR. ti M
department is also involved in
Pricilla Ann Dinkins Rt. 2, An interesting evening forneighbors undercover operations to arrest the
Starke. ROR. who sat on the porch of the known drug dealers, which will con-
Valerie Risby, Keystone Heights apartments and watched, the tinue with operation"Crack Down"on ateofawe,_ h--.n.I' .i
also
charged with resisting an of average was an arrest made every an unannounced schedule, making
ficer.Was released after a$525 sure- 15 minutes during the four hour the buyers unaware if they are Cast of Characters...
ty bond was posted. period April 22, which was beyond purchasing from undercover: agents Meet the el the Bradford Art's Production of Park '
Kenneth Levone Aycox ,of, RebaSt. the expections of the department, or from the real dealer Starke. cart upcoming Repertory Barefoot In the beginning April 21 te I
., Starke. ROR. according to Investigator Don Den-
,
Gerald Shirley Lear, 34, of Moody'Rd. ,From left to tight Don Neal Anna Marie Klrkpatrick;'Pat Crawford and Co..... Dodge.VARep'At .
., Orange Park. ROR. ton."Crack Down" is designed to ap-
'Kenneth L. Banks 32, of LakeButler. prehend the drug buyer.Sheriff Red Two Men Charged ,
SFCC
ROR. Banks gave hisbrother's ''dish hopes this type of sting opera With TULLER
name at the time of his ar tion will cut down the demand for the Possession Starke CenterR.
rest. April 25 he was charged with illegal drugs which will effect the ''Two men were arrested April :23 J. Jackson V. A.
providing false information to police street seller' and charged with possession of more for Santa Fe Community Representative Col.- Chiropractic Center
... with bond set at $2,500. A total of 35 law enforcement officers than 20 grams of cannabis, lege, will be at the Starke Center Heights Office' S
Keystone
George James Earle, of 'South A suitcase
.. were'.involved in the sting containing 18 pounds of
Friday afternoon,May 6, to assist
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Carolina. ROR. which was developed by the Duval 'marijuana, individually wrapped in students with their V. A. 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
John Clayton Garvin 23,'of Mid- County Sheriff's Department 'and one pound packages was found In a deferments.Any .
dleburg ROR. has been in effect in Duval over the vehicle stopped for a traffic viola student who would like '4737213PAIN
an
The following were also arrested past several months netting several tion, according to Trooper Kenneth pointment to see Mr.Jackson should ap-
during the sting. hundred arrests Deputy Doug York .EtherIdge. ,call the SFCC Office at 964-5382.
Debra Desue of Brownlee St., spent some time observing the, Driver of the car and his
Starke was charged with disorderly 'operation in Duval County before passenger were charged with bond CONTROL INJURIES
conduct when she interferred with' presenting it to Bradford. set at $$5000.. Charles Edward Nursing Assistant ..W..k a taw
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police work. Bond was set at$100.75. Following two months of planning'and Hawkins of Hampton was released Headaches '. s.u .
John ,Woolard of Starke was preparation, 'officers from after a property bond was posted., Course OfferedLocal Neck & Arm; .r......
charged with resisting an officer' Duval County and officers from Robert Melton Stebbins of Alachuawas residents who are interestedin Mid Back ..b'An//ea/s
without violence, loitering and pro Naval Intelligence Service were'' released on his own taking a Nursing Assistant Coursein Low Back & Leg
wling. He was released after a.$630 deputized in Bradford. These officers -, recognizance Starke this spring (beginning May ffak'
surety bond was posted. ,along with eight regular 9),should contact the Santa Fe Community '
Barry Lederll Williams of Thomas' 'deputies, from Bradford with the '
'Park College Starke Center. The
Barefoot in DR. RICHARD.C. TULLER
,
St. Starke was arrested for retail sheriff set operation"Crack Down" 120 hour non-credit course is designed ,' ,
theft .(failure to appear) and into motion Friday.evening In the Tickets to develop a degree of skill for
disorderly intoxication.) He ,was Reno area of Starke.:Starke Police Available nurses aides that will meet nursing
,released after cash bonds for$127.50, rDepartment' officers,'/assisted In home standards Graduates would CHIROPRACTICCARE
and $101.25 were posted. transporting those arrested. from LocalMerchants become Certified Nursing Assistantsas WHEN 'YOU
Tommy Lee Alexander, 22, of The operation works by running, required by Florida Law. '
Raiford was charged with breech of drug dealers! ,out of a known drug ''The cost of the course is approx- NEED IT 24 HOURS

imately$80, which includes application A'DAY 7 DAYS
tutition lab fees and book. WEEK
Applicants must take the TABE ,
test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center. 40
p11% For more Inforamtion, please call Office Hours:
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Hampton Man Bond was ;
Charged In Theft released

A 37-year-old Hampton man has
been charged with stealing wire Samuel
from chicken houses near Graham. April 20
Activity was noticed around the welfare, ,
empty chicken houses west of $5,000, he i
,Graham and authorities were call-
ed. When sheriff's deputies arrived
there was no one there but wire was Melton
missing and a vehicle had been left. waycross,
Timothy Wayne Klrchalne was ar- on a
rested during an investigation Into a pear for
report of a stolen car made by Klr ding to
chalne, He was charged with two was set at
'counts of burglary, two counts of own
grand theft, false report of commission '
of a crime and purgery, accor- Charles
ding to Investigator David Aderholt. rested
Bond was set at $15,000' he re- petit theft !
mains in custody.18YearOld. ding to Lt.
at $500, he

posted.'I
,, Charged Walter
; t With Distrubing Peace Melrose

..' '. An 18-year-old from Keystone retail Susan theft !
Heights was charged with battery Eckerd's
i after he created a disturbance April the
28. by Lt.
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Authorities were called to the released
I residence in Keystone Club Estatesof was
an officer for Game and Fish
Commission where Tony Lee Anthony ,
Gooderman was creating a distur- Hampton
bance, according to Trooper Donald .warrant

Dean.Gooderman was arrested for bat- Lt.John .
S tery of a law enforcement officer after a' $ 7
with bond set at 2500. He was posted. ,

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and placed on 15 months community, GE.W.IM" looa Iklng ro hf. Days"
control. Charges of battery of law
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Bradford Court ,, 'I'Ii

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defendents Larry Earl' Dobbs contest ".', ., :'.'.' :; l .
\ The following appeared pled no ; \'" 'V'
.> before Judge George H. unlawful tag alteration; produced ".'.,,,';" ."'. '. ".. :i:,,,"'/' ,;'.,,_',;fr'" ,,:,'" I'''i" .'
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic: valid tag, $50 court costs.: .. f /:: .
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Criminal Court 'April 19 for final Harold R. Higginbotham pled guil- : {
disposition of their cases. ty DWLS; produced valid license : : : ,,': \ s.;
$50 court costs. ."
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\ Tony Smith pled guilty violation of Michael Thomas Mullan pled guilty ,'. \I,,: \ ,',"" ',
I,' restriction on driver's license; fined DUI; fined $362, license suspended < ,' .t. ',' ::,,' "',i!.,,>,,f', \" "" '
six months, 50 hours. ';' I," \, ,., I'. '
r $101.25. comunity .'" r- ", : .::
; Jeffery Alan Farah pled guilty work, attend DUI school Salvation :# '' :I :" ,',' r' I' ,
driving while license suspended Army supervision one year, 'violate ,\ ',. .,......,." : .' ," ; .'
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DWLS); produced valid license, no ', "
\ ordered to pay $25 court costs,case Mullan pled guilty Improper tag; t'J 1s w. j V,.
I dismissed. $25 court costs, Salvation. 'Army' ,
David Lee Green found"guilty supervision. 1"
making false affidavit; find 10125. David ,Larry-Parrlsh \pled guilty : I '
Donald G. Wright, Jr produced NVDL;, produced valid license,', $25 "I! ....,..,
valid tag for mobile' home; costs, court costs. : wit
suspended, dismissed. Gene Brian Vanzant pled guilty, 4
Bryan E. Cooper pled no contest DUI; fined $625, license suspendedfive I', c4 .
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valid license,, years Salvation Army supervision -
dismiss one year, attend DUI school,39 i s
I. Michael Jerome Clark pled guilty days in jail.Vanzant rfb '
: DWLS; $50 court costs, dismissed. pled guilty to a third
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'.: Deanna S. Christian pled guilty charge of DUI; fined $1,150, license
wilful-wanton reckless driving; fined suspended ten years, Salvation Ar.
$237.50, Salvation Army supervi- my supervision.
sion six months, attend DUI school, John Kenneth Turknett pled guilty
violate no laws.Christian NVDL Salvation Army supervisionsix
charged with driving months, 50 hours' communitywork
under influence' (DUI; case 500 word essay on why to obey
dismissed. '. traffic laws and attend school every
Timothy 'Thomas Manning pled day.Daniel
guilty DUI; fined $625, Salvation Ar. Thomas Roznowski pled no n
my supervision one year, attend contest, DWLS; fined' $232.50.,
DUI school, license suspended six, Edward Lee Hart pled'ullty r ro..4yy
months, complete 50 hours com failure to renew tag; dismissed,
munity work. costs suspended
Kathy Lynn Minton pled guilty'' Clinton Robert McDonald chargedwith
failed to renew tag; produced valid unlawful tag; .produced valid
tag, dismissed. tag, dismissed.
Wilford Batten pled no contest Rex 'Allen Dykes pled guilty Home Destroyed...
DWLS; $25 court costs. NVDL license, motorcycleproduced; valid Thin. home belonging< to Peter Quince of Keystone Height. wu totallyydestroyed i out the blaze,which member believe remitted from poor wiring leading Into
Terry Anthony ,Vogt pled guilty dismissed. the dwelling.' .
\ Susan Louise Canon pled guilty by fire Sunday evening. I
DWLS produced valid license, $50
court costs.Marjorie; DWLS; produced valid license Shown above, member of the McRae fire Department continue to try to put Rescue 75 was called: to treat one of he firefighter fog beat exhauMlon.

Griffis pled guilty no dismissed.
',' valid driver's license (NVDL);'produce Ellen E. Maestre charged with no .
valid license and pay $50 court tag on mobile home; presented valid .
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'( costs or pay $101.25. ,tag dismissed. DWLS; fined $180. Robert Kennedy Proctor pled guilt, drug rehabilitation completed. ty petit theft, retail theft, battery;
Freida Lagretta Holmes charged John Nathaniel Hillard pled guilty Joseph Brian Stafford pled guilty ty attaching regular license plate to Haywood pled guilty trespass fined $180, Salvation Army supervision
7 Ii" with DWLS; produce license, suspend attaching license plate to nouassign- DUI; fined $362 license suspended'six nonassigned vehicle produced valid after warning; 20 days in jail con- violate no laws, 50 hours com
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4 costs dismiss. ed vehicle'provide; valid lag.and months attend DUI,school, 50 ,tag, dismissed. current or until opening in Metamorphosis munity work. *
Lloyd Lydell Long pled ''guilty pay $50 or pay $101.25. hours community work, Salvation Deborah Parr Lyons pled no con. Center. Mattie H. Jackson pled guilty attempting
violation of driver's license restric: Linda Underhill Lazenby pled Army supervision one year. test DWLS;; produced valid license. Haywood pled guilty petit theft! 20 to take fish without
tions; dismissed. guilty attaching license plate to Sandra Demps'charged' with no dismissed. days in jail concurrent, license; $25 court costs .' ,
Melvin Charles Alexander' pled nonassigned vehicle; $25 court costs. tag on mobile home; pay $101.25 or Connie Elizabeth Waldron pled no Gilbert Miller pled guilty no
guilty violation restrictions' on Lazenby 'pled guilty safety,, belt produce valid tag. contest DWLS; fined $625, attend .Jeffrey Allen fishing license; 25 court costs. '
Starling pled guilty
,driver license; $50 court costs and violation; dismissed. ,- Lettie, Faye Jeffera pled guilty DUI school, violate no laws.,
less than mari-
possession 20 Kevin J. Fowler pled contest
Lamar Jackson pled guilty' leaving accident more than $50 grams no no
valid Danny,
license or $101.25. with'
: produce pay ,damage dismissed. / Waldron charged 'DUI.DWLS juana;//fined $180, Salvation Army fishing license;" produced valid
; ; cases dismissed. six months, seek
supervision license,dismissed.
Lawrence Scott pled guilty DWLS;
; Gene Brian Vanzant pled guilty ,, hours, inadequate'life
employment. 50 communitywork. Fowler pled no contest
valid license, six months
Produced DUI;fined$362,50 hours community saving devices; $25 court costs..
MOBILE Army supervision 50 ''work license suspended six months?; Starling pled guilty possession of Gene Brian Vanzant pled no contest -'
hours $50 costs,
community work 39 days in jail concurrent. with other. drug paraphernalia $50 costs.,
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