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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04364
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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3 b + q The1 Bradford County grand Jury Th<*'tape wis mysteriously "eras j
4 will meet May 14 at 10 a.mi to determine ed" after'severil) council members. .
9 if evidence warrants charging listened .to .itt {But; Gainesville' TV ; ;.
Hampton Mayor Gordon WadsworthWith Channel succeeded In again making 1 I,
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I pay and doctoring minutes to hide it Marshal"Hodges- first Investigated, "

fir. when he was clerk in 1981. the possible. ''overpayment .to. ,. ,.j
d'I ei Friday Wadsworth and brought information,; ...,.;_.
s+'. Subpoenas were Issued to the ,council Feb. 14. At that point;
.April t:1. to Ted Curtis, Lola Williamson Hodges announced that the ""erased":?'
Jane Hall, 'P.H. (Hank) Lotto, .tape, 'minutes of the Feb 1981
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meeting pluq'atatern',1rotnpersons -
Hodges.all present or former Hampton tfcd'. had,
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atyl Listed on the subpoenas .is. Mayor MarshaL'Hodges-la. -->complaint(

Gordon Wadsworth. ,swore) ihat.'Irornw: .October/,19W i till
1 ; Williamson, Marshal.1"Clerk and ,March ''of ''1931'', Gordon Wadsworth .
Council Chairman Ted Curtis
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v members Betty ,Young Norma <, Mother-AT; Qerieda- vet.the'paat few Support Medical Hospital, 53rdMedico ,
I Thompson?Oleeta lIardenbroek and. months,. thia' I is the first*AT period to / ,Detatcbment .and 743rd
p r 41 1 Satindra Green mapped the route 'be attended:by, Florida troops; The Maintenance" Company.Redding' : .
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,The project Is a combined'effort of said'the most troops they;
J the First United Methodist' Church,' Army;units. will have at Blanding this year at onetime
.community! ; volunteers and Bradford. ,The 265th. Air Defense Artillery Is ,will total 4,500,. and. rumors of
flonplUI. firing 40mm M42 Duster antiaircraft 8ooo.to 7,000 troops coming to Blanc. "
y )164For further Information eaU i weapons during this AT period. The ding. tone, time are unsubstantiated,
: 164th Air Target Detatchment will be* ', M'Healso. '
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Can' Georgia-Pacific Corporation Va., allowing G-P favorable tax deadline, the date on which their i at the .eomnais! { n' Pacific might ask the commission for Hill said yesterday "We would be .
comply with a mandated deadline of credits, or agree to sell its peat-rich recommendation for'including Santa ,/.i meeting, but had no information off as much as one or two years' additional pleased u the State could receive the '. I'''.
May 7 to present the Bradford County swamp holdings to the state at a Fe Swamp' in the new conservation > any presentations to be made. time to complete negotiations swamp a*a gift from the Nature Con '
Commission with a legally binding reasonable price agreeable1)) to the .district will come to the Cpunty Commission <.f' for giving the swamp to a non-profit ervancyftand thus cave tax money, :::. ,
document assuring the future of the Suwannee River Water Management. for final approval. Harold Hill, president of the Santa conservation organization with"maximum but we do not want to jeopardize the I ,
Santa Fe Swamp and its protection District. Efforts this week to obtain more in c Fe Lake Dwellers Association said tax benefits. If the commission protection' and ,the ,
from controversial peat mining by the The Monday deadline was !set April formational from Georgia-Pacific;: that unless Georgia-Pacific came up voted Monday to place the peatlands .swamp without specific and legally' I I,
giant wood products company? 24 by the Bradford County[ Zoning ficials concerning plans for Monday's -twlth a legally binding letter,,of intent 'in a non-mining conservation district, binding guaranteed:" '
With only one working day (Friday1. Board which voted unanimously to in-1 meeting were unproductive. Charles to donate or sell the swamplands such benefits, could possibly be affected -, .
May 4) left before the Commission s elude Georgia-Pacific's swamplandsin Hood, G-P director of.governmental the state at a reasonable price be saw \ Georgia-Pacific purchased approxImately
Monday meeting, it seems more likely the county's new mlning- anned affairs at *he' ,,Palatka office, was no reason for the county commission' .At.j last .week's., toningboard 5,316 acres of the swamp in
that Georgia-Pacific will seek a conservation district, and also denied reported in Tallahassee and : to change plans for? placing''"the'" meeting, Jim Womack, member; ,, ,April 1961 for a'reported $2,024,100 I
further extension of time to consumate 4-1 G-P's request for a'' two to four unavailable, for comment. Barry' peatlands in the conservation district I said that Georgia-Pacific had already Only 9,80dlof, .G-P.. total acreage are j.
a gift of its swamp holdings to month extension of time to formulate Greenfield, spokesman at the Palatka '. Immediately. had several years in whichto, for" included in; the, new, csy district. t
the Nature Conservancy of plans. The zoners specified a May 7 plant said the Would It was speculated, that Georgia- for '" however. 7 : ., '
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, .' Mayor1' ntecf hereby >arabt-and Weathers who now works-for'Skt| ; 'ping centerpl fanned for which utilities% ;vironmental Protection:' Agency";' tion of :Commissioner :.Charles

I ; talk wi H ., Inc. of.Gainesville.t Municipal I Bonds said conditions are will be required. : through which' the. jetty; ,has .gotten Scbaefer.aroeaited the taxi ordinance; ;
securlA : now., a lot more favorable! for small),,I :j Darabi said Arch Thomas paid for a federal ''ijranU ,";to improve city, to require: I* feat felony crime convictions
ject to towns, such as Starke,." to secure : .report so he'd like to see some movement sewerage treatment facilities.,- can be.0M basis for rejectinga
$ financing from FmHA.Weather said f by the city. :, license aaatiellion, :21 that taxi permits.must -
suggested to the council' 'he recently assisted in getting a .$2' Mayor Crosby said the city win talk .In other,action/the council; be.vWWe to passengers.3>
Frank, .is available low-intereat 50-50 million loan/grant! for Cross City; i 'about jthe.,possibilities', but --told, sWasLaid by CPA Pat Famsworlh that rates must be posted outside the-
c'.r/ from the Farmer's Home ... '"" .' .Daram, be.la probably' loo1tlnf.at a its annual audit report is unqualified cab, and 4) an .Identifying light on'top
day niaht.. (FmHA). With .new budget ,* -4 .. .meaning it is very favorable.t PernsworUi -. .of a .taxi. ,;R t L ?::
eoimn& : was Bill Weathers retired Darabi said Lakewood is not !In 1m I year....1... .,1 ;, said he can remember, when Committee"We -
FmHA with 35 of mediate need of utilities Lakewood U witWn the .1 tiM '- .Assigned to ; -=
lines, f ', years .ex originate; e ,r the city's audit, was not so oieaei, .
I ,,to : .., who said he knows FmHA family homes which are using septyo'' j/radius outside the oHy Nor In wfikh -, tm ,of dad y oa-ain. 1 :- E'ayMem :
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.: limits.:The and can assist in secur-. tanks. But the development,, has _a \,the city must make unfWes: avaitebleBunder ;:" a'Piersed a new"taxi anid'tiisor.dieanCe. for the qIi wMak i iTucker "Z:"

1'borQ.U."i, financing for Starve.- multi-family! phase, and a mail, af an agroem t wWi,the l/...9..ifieh .. The -council, ",. at..the.sugftee-y- I',.. '''.....says""" .wtfAve, .. fIN'''>1' perSwnVoia '' / ,( I
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OtI'Ve got a tier by the tail/',,attorney Tot is for a small'.amount of cash! huge Fortune SCO firm which has'the '! himself, Jablon "said and 'Vernen,did 'preeiM.Is$4ons gfld.nt. they put or> thelrx >' .......;.:: ,
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$50,000, but the won't offer'to resources to drag out the litigation,; !) proud. ekirtos -
Robert put it Tuesday company McG'awFdaonl '' ,' Y
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nUtf. May li, telling Starke cornt- fix the engine or stand by it,Jablon' Jablon made clear Tuesday,night. .' '.M, The defense 'of .1,.. .: .' -. "l'',I{'y ,. "-I J'"
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that' McGraw-Edison is said. the statute of llMMMUeaii ran ,, : ;1 .. ,:. \, 1,' "to, :,, ;, ,. /
'1 dreg out.the law .-'Began In 1982, the suit Is an effort The litigation, taking: plaice fat '.put before the city sueat'ot r, .....' ........, 111" 0 ,; t' ., J
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'broife-wn 2,2e0-KW city to recover some $500,000 I Small l businessmen discovering the I lojs'of k.opifG'tMirown '
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spent people In the Starke, newer., plant .
:. I power Plant generator. .. 0 > j j1 to buy the engine $130,000 in [May,2.was* J, .to conUmxt:r' Wedneeoay, ;didn't know how to deal with a sen- schlidulua,; pfd ther. "ow"'profl..t aa'4t: fI w,braiedc. 1 In*.,",;,\.
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puters. We wanfcompUters. .,' ',.: 'r p ram.. in the coming from," said school ,board one too, and so on. Is down at the end but said his position now is that. SS has
That was the message*from Starke fourth ygrade;; ps $,:bomb'orvthe member Judy Becker, who owns"a First grade teachers put curtains as of the wing and students have to walka the greater need. '
Elementary teachers to Bradford, numbed:tf yoU et a. multiplicationanswer personal computer and Is taking a their number one item, but board long way to get water or use the Supt. Tom Casey played down the
school board members Tuesday.. corr Bald ,Mrs Evelena computer programming, course now chairwoman Patricia Spengler restroom. SS-LE controversy, saying no one is
night. April 24. in their visit to the .Kittles. Students learn faster with the at the University of Florida:' pointed out curtains are needed In "Well, listening to us, can you fighting over the two portables.
school to find out ita priority needs computer, she Mid: ,." .? Watson hedged a little when asked most rooms. Teachers are unable to spend money on other schools Watson Casey thanked the SE teacher for
before getting Into the 1984-85 budget A poor reader) properly motivatedhas if he was telling school board show films she pointed out. : joked. their input. "We expect you. to voice
plannlnl{. no trouble reading.Instruction on members he wanted a computer for Only two requests for space were "Well we've listened to Southsideand your needs," he, said. ,
a computer program to keep the com- his K class before two other items he made. Music teacher Lavon Drivas, ILawtey talk about lack of spaceto .
leacher going, pointed out, another listed, a fenced K play area, and a who teaches on the SE cafetorium teach classes "...and that becomes The meeting 'was attended by
"Terribly motivating" said door to replace a' window leading stage, said, "I want a music room anda quite critical," 'said Chairwoman Operations Director Lennard.
kindergarten teacher and coach Jack SE has seven computers and one directly out to the playground. The piano."PTO President John Walker Spengler. Register and Business Manager Mike
Watson. 16 of his 19 K students know disc drive. door and fenced play area have no pointed out the SE administrative office The board now thinks portables is .Reddish. Some dozen teachers'and
the computer keyboard which is a The teachers want a computer in educational value, Watson said'but space is too small. "If you tripleit \the best way to go, the cheapest and several parents were present for,.the,
typewriter keyboard an enthusiastic each classroom.: That would cost are necessary.The they might have enough apace," the way to 'spread available money Boar with the school board. .'
Watson told board members. A third around (13,000, estimated Assistant dozen teachers present each said Walker.A further pointed out board 'member member J.T- Parrish promlsed -,
of the class knows how to call up a Principal Mary Ann Kyle."I put In a request for a computer in restroom and sinks were requested I J.R. (Jim) Lawson. :There Is concern the SE group that "....all re' ,
program on the computer,Watson ad- don't have to be convinced. I just' their class.If the third grade was get- by, fourth trade teacher r fet KS''and '.F.'about moving! two por. _quests will be looked at real closely. ?

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I Hampton Mistreated Parents and Teachers Tell School Administrators I

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Parents and teachers insist that Rodney Hall and Judy Becker.Also in 1984 before any second requests .cross section of the whole county. environment is not ideal for students. purchased from his operations budgetand :!
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Hampton Elementary receives se- attendance were Mike Reddish director would be funded. Members assuredthe Member Hall asked for suggestionsfor Other items on Principal Clarks furnished. to the school. "..-. ;,
cond class treatment from the school of finance and Leonard Register, group that the walkway would a local person willing to serve on wish list include: '{ '
board complaining to a sympatheticbut director of operations. receive great attention, but remimd- the committee. Citizens are to respond Relight the library and furnish... 2.,
small group of county school ad- Chief complaint of the group was ed them that Hampton has a new to Hall's offer of a membershipspot. Copying machine Hampton is additional bookshelves.
ministration Tuesday night May 1. that Hampton had not received it's cafeteria building when other schools the only county school currently
first priority request for 1983, while had all requests turned owqn. Teachers also urgently requested without this equipment .i 3 computers and transport carts.
As examples, HE parents and some schools had up to 4 requests painting of the dome over the library- *
teachers pointed out a covered granted.Specifically the elementaryschool Another chief problem was the lackof media center. Principal Connie Clark Heavy duty door mats. for the Record players, projectors and.
walkway, the school's 1983 first had not been funded fora Hampton-area representation stated that temperatures average 8 to buildings. an electric microscope.
priority project, has not been built, covered'walkway from the classroomarea the recently formed Blue-Ribbon 12 degrees higher in the center than in .
and there is no Hampton representation : to the cafeteria.The Committee on Education for Brad- classrooms. With the aquisition of .50 shool chairs and. 28 library. .
on the school board's Blue. Ribbon members of the board responded ford County. The board stressed that computer and other modern media chairs. Board members and staff assured
Committee, that this situation should not have no regional considerations were givento equipment, the temperature control those attending that all consideration';
Only school board members pre- occurred and that all first requests ofaU appointment to the committee, but has become a critical matter ''il Vacuum cleaner and lawnmower would be given to the problems needs,
sent for the annual meeting were school groups would be granted for rather that choice was, based on a Teachers also added that the working which Reginrrr Raid would be and requests.
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Preliminary discussions on a proposed Council-for the City-of Lake Butler 3 times greater than frontage, no'lot Sidewalks will be provided. if. required with application.The of Brooker. '., ..'. I..:
subdivision ordinance were were too complex for the needs'of may front on 2 streets,the topographyof deemed necessary by the council. city clerk will be the officer Attorney Blinn will present the;
held Tuesday night April 24,.by the Brooker. However, both regulationswere the lot must comply with state A setback of 20 feet from the lot responsible for handling of the subdivIsion rough draft of the proposed before law to be'
Brooker City Council. used as a guide for discussion.The health laws,and the minimum lot size line is required for building.A ordinance. amended or changed approval. I
The members voted to review the council followed Florida will be 100 x.100 feet. fee of $50 plus $5 per lot will be Water will be provided by the city of a date for a public hearing.; ,,

proposed law, as prepared;! by City At Statutes by extending the ordinanceto f
torney Roger Blinn from Tuesday's cover any situation where a person -
discussions, at the May 9 regular divides property into 3 adjoining lots Streets dedicated to the public f
meeting. within one year s time. must have a 60 foot right-of-way,with
A public hearing will be,held for '24 feet of 1 X inch asphalt as a wearing HOOV R
comments by citizens before the surface and 6 inches of compacted
regulations may be adopted. A Other points to be included are! limerock. Grass is required on all .
schedule for hearings and advertisingwill Four steps to be 'followed by rights-of-way, as well as installationof ,
be set up after the council approves developers seeking to subdivide are traffic control and street signs.,
the final draft of the. or Application, Preliminary Approval, The city will reserve control. of '
dinance. Completion of Requirements, and the naming of the streets. erS ---
This action comes in response to recent Final Approval.
inqueries by various persons The application shall include the ..
concerning subdivision of property name address, and telephone s.O
situated in the Town of Brooker. At number of the owner and his THE! BRADFORD I .. .
time, Bradford Countyregulations representative legal descriptionof COUNTY TKLEORAPH
apply to Brooker; the the subdivision, a plat of the proposed
Council desires to exercise more con- lots, roads,easements,streamsor Published every Thursday am
trol over land use within the city watercourses a dedication of at 135 W. Call Street
limits. rights-of-way to the public, and a list I Stark. Florida : D um, :
Using various ordinances and of proposed restrictions, if any. 32091j';i,
Florida Statute as models, the council All laws of county or state-concern : Second Closs postage paid at t .
adapted the pertinent sections to its would also have to be compliedwith Stark FlorldaSubscription .. ..; .
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owner. s .lo.t tlo .cis tuns bey i. _. .
recognizing the limitations and pro Any roads or other improvements Rates: lot' ; + ,e, ga1J1 t9a sf "r" aaq lnoa hiL"b1;
blems of a small city such as Brooker. must be maintained for a period pf !Mba .,,,,g F, rand In lqp+t .
Blinn suggested that the two sample '" one year alter construction; In-trade area: $10.00 per year SA'L'E '.",' ,
ordinances he had, the Bradford 'The lots must comply with the I $5.50.six. months '. !
law and a model prepared by the Nor- : acess to each lot must be f TO MOTHER THE '
theast Florida Regional Planning provide, depth may not be more than, I Outside. area: $.11' per year '
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Eleven new objectives for the tlta of the Historical District for the and those added. More is being done fW... i ,..II"""
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com downtown area of Starke. (b): The than it appears at times, and those efforts 0 s
merce were approved April 19 at a. growth of Santa Fe Community Col- need to be communicated to the "
special meeting of the Board of community. Board often and the membership at t _
Governors held in the Starke City 9) 1985: The Chamber should spon- large regularly.
lIall. sor, eoordinante and promote an an- s) Develop a new Chamber slogan. .
Plus,six more objectives are under nual hunamitarian project In the com- (This was done but the Governors
consideration by the Chamber governors muQlty centered around the decided to keep the former slogan: 't
and 11 objectives set In 1983 Christmas holidays; i.e., repair or "It takes two, the Chamber and you."
have been accomplished, according renovate a home for a needy person, 6) By 1984, be prepared to have a
to Director Mike Cooney. provide toys for needy childeren, or booth at the Bradford County Fair. .,',>,
Attendance at the April 19 night provide Christmas dinner for the 7)"One of our problems is that we : 14 iir
meeting was not what Director needy and elderly In the community. do a lot, but no one knows about it," '
Cooney had hoped for be said. The 10) 1985: Beautify the community by: said the governors back in 1903. They {
night meeting was necessary to have (al): Promoting, in concert with the adopted the goal of making. +, yyl s t
time ,to study and discuss the list of various cities and the county, a cleanup themselves available to- clubs to I
objectives proposed Cooney says. of the streets and roads, especiallythe speak and tell their members' what
Future meetings, however, will primary routes traveled by the Chamber is planning to do. Have
revert to the usual noon hour. tourists (b): Renew the beautification an article in the paper every Board of
The 11 objectives for 1984 and 1985 award to commend businessesfor Governors meeting that has news of
approved by the governors are: improving the appearance of their significant value. If necessary, the 1 ::1
1) 1985: Have a Chamber of Commerce buildings. These awards would be Chamber should write the article and
Day; keyed to the fourth of well publicized in the newspaper and not wait for the press.
July. radio. '(c): 'Sponsor and promote a 8)Establlsh a quarterly newsletter
1) 1984: Form a greeting service for program of tree and shrub planting in and send it faithfully to members
new businesses to the community. the cities in the county. This would be (Newsletter is- being mailed
Provide a packet for information purposes coordinated with the governmentalbody monthly). The newsletter could include
.showing the services of the ,involved and any civic group in new members, actions'of-the Hampton Elementary Straight A's... '
Chamber. the community that wanted to Board of Governors or prospects, \ be- These stude.nts.made straight a,.during the fitth t six Lau el C.K. pBack.ruBe( Cozzi*DaaIeUo! y
3) 1984: Install a new'sign or signs become Involved. ing worked on, etc..; .j< weeks. They are;from rt-Io-rlght, Front Row: Jenny. and nterd llIewl Faye.
to more clearly identify the Chamberof 11) Increased membership is still a 9) Utilize bulk mailing rates tamail "If Johllson, Charlotte Slltb. Lori lI rsev. Thn Crews, Hersey Josh Cruse Christina Bnomet' Donald p
Commerce building. top priority. The Chamber should set the newsletter once membership' I' McWilliams, Donald Dick and JennUer JOIIIn.
4) 1984: Produce an updated as a goal to increase membership by grows to 200. -", 1
brochure of the community and a 50 percent in three years,'April 1984 10) By May 1, 1983, formulate and .
slide presentation to be used to pro through,April 1987)). adopt a revised dues schedule. < ,yr? :
mote the community. Include a pro- 11) By May 1, 1983, go to a calendar
.. motion of the lakes and other recreational Accomplishments: system of dues to run Jan. 1 to Jan 1.
j facilities of the community. 11 of the 17 objectives adopted in
.S) 1984 The Chamber should 1983 have been accomplished Director Remaining '8:? Objectives...
prepare and make available: (a)) A Cooney points out. They are: Objectives approved In 1983 but that
list of members with addresses and 1) Work toward more involvement have not been accomplished: Notice of Public Hearingi
telephone numbers. Members may of the total officials and community 1) Get a combined resolution of the
request that their names be deleted toward a common goal of improving City Commission, Board of County
from the list. (b): Prepare and keep Bradford County and attracting new Commissioners, School Board and
current a list of all churches with the businesses. Get the City Commission, Chamber of Commerce expressing a i Slay County School Benni l
times of their services. (c): Prepare Board of County Commissioners, unified effort and common goal. i ( l .
a statistical abstract of the community School Board, Chamber of Com 2) Invite the School Board.to, appoint .
which would include educational merce, and local businesses unified one-of its members as an exof-
cultural, and demographic .Inorma.. 2)Provlde a professional appearance ficio member of the Board of Governors Attendance Zones
tion of the community. and positive outlook. Sup- '
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6) 1085: Consider sponsoring a port the Secretary in the cleanup- 3) Order new stationery and /I' ? |"r"
group< insurance plan for Chamber paintup-fixup campaign of the office envelopes for the Chamber.
members. 3)Board of Governors operate'as'' a 4) Erect and/or repair the County ''. ,'' : .
7) 1984: The Executive Director'and task force for prospects. President to signs on,the county lines on US-30t', '.. -> "V> -'<- ; ".1'/' -ia-'.'i, k
'.the Board of Governors should active-, ''appoint members of the Board to and SR-100. ., > ,., ''./!
f ly promote close ties to the (Florida) smaller' task''' forces along with 5) Erect and/or repair the Chamber \ :; ,',\ :t'l l' '; '
1 : Department Commerce Inv members of the business community'to signs (the ones with the Chamber sign A pubj/ cKth r.jng.wilfbe held oh'Tuesday' :May 15,
Tallahassee. The Chamber working work on individual prospects, 'on it and the club signs)'on on US-301 ,
\ 7 through its Governmental, Affairs '4) Develop and maintain a prospect and SR-100. ;/ 1984;; 'afiji5c! ::' n'th' cafetorium at I ?;Heights
Keystone
\Committee, should act a8' a clearing list and keep the names on the list Until 6) By the dod .of t984.erect' both .
house for legislation pending in the it Is obvious there is absolutely no county and Chamber signs Ort SR.16 :: '' 'r'tlr1' ,' \1' '' fh'- "
,.I. 6 I Legislature and Congress that may hope of a prospect coming to Bradford -> and SR-230. x Elementary: Schobf Attendance zones foe; 'Clay
I affect our community.. County. Report to,the Board of Work on the signs! is-hampered by '
8) 1864: The Chamber should go on Governors at every meeting any con-. 'state regulations prohibiting signs on County Schools as.related 'to areas of Bradford,County -
record in support of: (a): The forma- _tacts1,with those formerly on the list the roa4 right-of!! -way.

& .wil'| 'be discussed.. All interested parties should

il ..f $150,000 Cafetorium Approved plan'.to. attend.', Board action expected, to be taken at


Jr I Plans for a $150,000 cafetorium at The re-roofing Job at Southside( -Supt.Tom Casey said he is not put. this .hearing.'
J i Brooker Elementary were approved Elementary is complete, except for ting any money' Into the records
; :; Monday night; April 16, by the Bradford repainting ceiling tale damaged when;; storage building l being built onto the
i school board for submission to it rained during construction .when administration building because ot,
j :,the state Department of Education. the roof\>> was uncovered. the,$250 000 that must be cut from:
i, Architect Al Dorope presented the district budget .because of a studenll a V! II! I fllJ' k1rRr'" ,m' -wit f' ''IKfc ,
1 ammonlafscented pans,just run off. "Mr.: DompeTyou' a1;e'to 'be con over-count Casey;Applied\ that Inform: ,. n { trJViU -"
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"': !|to the Softool boarUijDompe, set May gratulated. I understand. have two mafCtua in aftswcareo atju Uon frorai ;sit St nahGt r -- '" .
21, next, regular'it school 1 board schools, no three that-you fixed that bo member Wff arnsivas to why* dOtDKISTFOR ; .
meeting as the date to open bids. are not leaking," said board member, there was no,' progress 91* the smal*?
A covered walkway and kitchen Rodney Hall. building,
equipment were made alternatives in ._'"'- -
the bidding, to ensure the cost does
not go over the $150,000 budgeted.Not .
very much new kitchen equip- Roil DENMARK INSURANCE YOUR
ment It needed, Dompe; said. Equipment ,
In the present cafeteria will be
,used and the new cafeteria could Home Mobile Home
/.operate with! no new equipment. '
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i renovating the BHS science lab and
i the dust collection In the :
system ag SPECIALS! .
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shop has begun. The Work is to be 964.7071 >, ; ,
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; while students are out of school.'What '3.May9
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.The school board agreed to pay up I -s' ', i 1'n.I ':M .
1 for of the BHS track I ,, .
to $300 a survey f "I I ;/ ''j"a| f*' dM oy.;
so accurate plans can be drawn for its I PARKER"t" \ ') "

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,Tuesday.Bradford May Middle 8, School at approximately bands is set 81 'Ju stthe.right nutrients '"'.:;:.,;.

' p.m., Immediately following at for beautiful flowers. !,
'Parent-Teacher Organization ) rJfr .
,meeting. four'pound box .

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received a superior: the highest,< Got plant problems? Floral Dust
rating last March. '" f : -dte. btest edition of the live call-in cable.TV program\ r,. ,:" ]'
., bandmaster is Jim Peronto..'>. 'I \ y )Let hellp'soluej," : :. Easy to Use '
BMS. 1'v.;,,, The most comprehensive TV report ever prcduced'on the I;;. us .<. f
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, t?: on $1,000 fccholcirstilpsSt .- ,celebrities to help you understand what.cause these respiratory' C'f. ',. 'J+ntr: ." ; .. 1>,'1'a'k,' Proven formula! .$4'8'I.j
conditions and how can learn to control them} i 10
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Bootery and once. served as courthouse when county seat store just beyond. N.B..Hull's store was In brick building clothing store where Balllngton's and Office Shop are towith trash. East end of Call Street appears to be dense r, ]
was first moved 1*> Starke from Lake Butler. Note movie on corner now known as former Rosenberg's ,tore; day. Two story frame building where old Florida Bank forest. '
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years ago are needed as guides to' f I
Should Set Own SalariesIt how the area looked In Starke's early .. 1
days.Such photos will play an Important _' L 1
part In plans to create ,a ii ff
is gratifying to seean effort in the not uniform from county to countY' historic district along Call Street

current Florida Legislature to return to Phoeeyl! Commission seats were or'old Anyone postcards having Is such asked photographs to bring '

county commissioners the right and more sought-after years ago when the them to the Chamber of Commerce Jwr t1 S
responsibility of setting their own salary was much less. The salaries vary where they will be registered and _
salaries.A now, according to population. returned to the owners after'they
resolution calling for a constitutional Fact is, most commissioners like the have been copied. If you would like a
photos picked at home call
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referendum to restore 'county annual automatic raises, and state, of- WW-5278. '.

commissionrs' power to set their .own ficials like to ,be kind to their com-

salaries narrowly passed the Florida patriots back, home. Commissionerseach Ht
House Monday, April 30. The vote was year get raises equal to whatever Trustees of Santa Fe Community College -

73-39, one more than the constitutionally state employees receive, 3, 5, or 7 per-;: the old in Gainesville Bradford look favorably on using :
courthouse
County for an
required three-fifths majority.The cent. Plus, population factor that in- full-service Starker
expanded two year educa- Livery stable occupied corner where Stump'Store stood for many years.
Senate must vote its agreement creases the salary. tional center for Bradford County armory.was upstairs over stable and present Mitchell's Drug Store,,Is In building
before the referendum is placed on the "The state'did it. We can't do a thing members of the Downtown Progress Committee behind "hack" pulled by two black,horses.
November ballot. about it," is the stock answer. were told at their last meeUn$.

If ratified by the Senate and approvedby Salaries of Bradford commissionershave A Gainesville\ 'architect retained by a
Florida voters, the amendment increased 300 percent since 1973 SFCC toure he 1902 courthouse' and found 4 : '' kvi193teu

would repeal 4>rwtlsion ..fofPiher'ig73StCounty '\\tavd"fBO! ent sl tI"t.o7.Bmdf; t 1rrc it to be developer in r4 ndco"Starke inv ved with the proposed p.

I Officers'SalarytAcf which 'stripiLMIped mMlss.ieNr received a Salary *of Santa FeJ:project,lold the committee: ., 1Ih 4
commissioners of their salary- $2,721 in 70-71, $3,919 in 72-73, and $11,774 He said that-while Santa Fe'is obtaining' h
setting powers. 'in 83784. Only in 75-76 arid 76-77 did the preliminary sketches for renovation of the
commissioners' not in building, the possibility of purchasing additional
With officials on both the state and $6,562 salary
property in the vicinity of the old
county level skirting the issue, it seems crease.In courthouse should be explored for packing;
unlikely John Q. Public will see this the 83-84 budget Bradford Commis and other.uses.

issue on the November ballot: The move sioners salary went up 10 percent. Coun- Regarding the 'Call Street business

has many opponents in Tallahassee. ty employees who had to wait until,it, district E.L. Matthews reported that an
Instead of merely repealing or amending could be determined if there was application for a matching federal grant in

the '73 act, the legislature is dodg enough money, got a delayed three per the amount of $7,000 was being preparedfor 4
the issue before cent salary increase.Commissioners review ,by the ,State PreservationBoard
the
issue
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the people. Wonder if the Legislature continually decry the Bradford County Board of Historical
allowed the people to vo when the 1973 usurpation of their powers by state Trustees will provide the local match of
salary act was passed? agencies. Why shouldn't they establish $3,500,which may include in-kind services.'

And county officials are happy to their own 'salaries and thereby take The committee discussed having a
'leave this issue to the state. If memory 'responsibility for salary increases? general theme for the proposed downtown

serves correctly, local officials lobbiedin ,Why should a county commissioner district, perhaps of tying it to some 'Particular -
the 70's to have the setting period Starke's history. Sugges-
early salary
receive a higher percentage pay raise tions for p theme may be made by the
authority set by the state. than an employee public to ,the Starke ,Chamber of ,commerce -
Opponents of the change say it wouldbe phone 964-5278. T
bad for a ,county to be run by County commission salaries, paid The next committee neeting was set for Store awnings were built around trees that still lined most of Call'Street T.A.
from county tax revenues, are' a local Knight mercantile store was in, two-story frame'building on and Starke ,,'
l-a-year ex-colonels, it would determine Thursday, May 24, at 930 a.m. corners '
.Drug Store was,where Starke Shoe Repair is now. '
political opponents, and' the issue. A shot at returning home this ,,'f, '

reason for having the state take over commission responsibility would be J .

was that commissioner salaries were welcomed by the taxpayers. Forestry! Brad ford County Brown Elected *4, '," \s sHead

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I Foreign Policy Depends on PresidentPresident 'Florida Forests, : I'if'; .' .I}.'* through. the manufacturing, I;remanufae-. : Committee" Here' ;;.. .;J "

Show 12 Percent turing, transportation and,'retailing,of
wood products. ,, "- Terence M. Brown, Starke'attorney,was{i
Reagan's for a government and as consultant Loss'ln 10 Years .
proposal posts, a ,
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"Star Wars" missile-defense system, says that Mr. Reagan's objectives in, ':'ByDavldW/Norton t / i, Please remember too, that much of L this term as chairman of the Bradford County .
'estimated to cost at least $25 billion, has this field have not been clearly defined. Bradford County Forester:, ; material is coming from your backyard, Democratic Executive Committee i/<"**

been shot down In a report prepared for Some have been too extreme, as in the Statistics from the Florida forest survey, here In Bradford County, and trees are Brown has been active as commit-?
the Congressional Office of Technology rate of defense buildup, while others of 1980) showed that there are 15 million, renewable so let's plant pines so we can be' I- '''teeman representing Precinct SB.He succeeds -
assured of the continued future benefits E.L. Matthews who has served as
Assessment. The study said that odds of have been confused or unrealistic, as in acres of forestland thus assuring an abun-?' which they provide. ".*\ chairman for the past four years.'
dance of valuable wood products,right -
successful space-based Lebanon. Still others have been '
developing a vagueor Not quite. pie forest survey of 1970 showed Jimmie Scott oPrecinct 2; Lawley,was
defense system.are so remote that it'' misleading, as in Nicaragua and there were 17 million acres of forestland In elected treasurer. succeeding Robert'":
"should not serve as the basis of public: elsewhere in Central America. The Florida. If you happen to be figuring along KLPOA DirectorsTo MllnerJr.; Officers re-elected for(adjyear ]
expectation national policy. fiasco in Lebanon resulted from serious with me, that's a 12'percent-loss in, 10 Hear Report OnKingsley terms were Jewelle Brown, Slate
mistakes in conception and execution, years or over one!; percent per year: Water SamplesA'report chairman; Jimmy V., Crosby, Jr.,
In testimony before the Senate Committeeman and Dya).. State
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the report and the effort to shift Forests,'ori more appropriatelyVnativewoods ?' \ _
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Presi- Committeewoman. '"& '
Foreign Relations) Committee, provide a. wide variety of prodUctS' on water samples taken from.
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dent Reagan's, own science adviser to Congress reflects no credit on and services: The products and services Kingsley Lake will be received by directors Plans were discussed to'parti lp'ate-\1rr'* .
conceded that ,a system of directed-: : either Secretary of State George Shultz: provided by the forest for.our ..dailyJuseshould of the Kingsley Lake Property Owners the 1984 Democratic Legislative Appreda-
such as lasers in an orbiting .*: or the President. not pe taken lightly, : I j Association at their; meeting' Saturday tion Party, sponsored By the State Committee 1
energy weapons,
May 5, at JO a.m. ; iq Tallahassee,Wednesday{ \May ft.
network, would I need Forests provide the''wood and other
Mr. has criticism
Reagan brought materials that: are turned into many
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decades away.! Other critics* have Great Britain, by deploying nuclear Paper Is the;most common,but lumber for Surplus'Commodities Distribution ,' .. ,
that the Star Wars concept of missiles in West About the construction f mulches oils; perfumes,. Set *Three Ma '3 ..
Europe only for 4
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against nuclear missiles would "success" fruit (pecans), and medicines are. all products ,, .' ,:<
claim to is his '
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have been' "cheap shot' invasion of tiny Grenada Trees 'soil erosion by holding soil Cheese, butter milk; and honey will be distributed Thursday and Friday.,May S-tv:
any constructive steps and that also. shocked and distressedour' prevent'network''of root and by ,through the Suwannee River Economic Council in Bradford County, ,'' v,''u''I"I.'l', >,<'**-
taken to control the nuclear weapons we together with a The first of distribution in Starke the old .' *
allies. : with litter, which day at RJE school building, Thursday; ;Jt"
have'here our' own planet.In covering the ground reserved! for the and those !M'I,
already on breaks thelorce of driving rains'Forest ta : physically handicapped over BO years of age, who meet
In 'his foreign policy analysis of the the discharge of fresh guidelines;Those who;are not handicapped or over.60. years of age are asked. to wait
order to have'a' successful foreign store and regulate until .
Reagan administration, Robert R. Friday at the Starke center. policy, a President must inspire confidence Bowie, says there appears little hope for water. Identification must be shown at each distribution point; and notes to pfck. up'for*""
in his 'own competence 'and Trees prqvlde shelter;and food for many anyone else will not be accepted.Outreach workers will deliver Comrnortitleg to horn-<.
more coherent bipartisan policy."The game alsthecsbears ; from,the birds to bound clients who'are bedridden. For, more..informationn horn"QellverycaU')
judgement and that of his princlpai'ad.* 'opportunity for reconstructing a ,and panthers which are battlingto 964 696, -,"., (: ..
visers in making decisions and carrying moderate concensus has been frittered survive i in the,forest '- Food stamp cards will no longer be accepted-only letters of determination WbfchW t

them out. President Reagan should away, Given the disarray in the making The mo ti.rtant( feature of a forest is- 'are. issued each time a person b recertified will be.accepted., '' :'-. ,r"i">(rrl,'nryty' ..
Distribution times and follower '" "f 1 %*-v; ;,f'.>, ''WWfHThursday |
mend his' here places are as iVf'
foreign .fences on The .
policy and execution of policy, we should ,be "that trees a" a renewable resource :
3 Starke.RJE, 10:30 to 4 1&M
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branching* ,. *,' ,grateful that our situation is no worse., Florida estimated ".IS billion ,Thursday, May 3, Brooker Fire Station;10 a.m. Uf 4 p.m. "- ",f ,,M' ".??rid> 'i& dot: ,IJ
stratosphere. ," :/ ]/ than it is largely because we have not in benefits generate each an Bradford County. .Thursday May 3,SpeodviUe Pleasant Grave Baptist$ Church<< ,8:30 a.m. to4 p.",.' +

In a recent analysisJone.observerwith ; faced a really grave crisis which could, the value ttftwe activitieslsafOStimatSU Friday i {' : ; :'''' ;,
''in foreign be,truly disastrous if bungled.: But\ can '16 million:*!; For every il 'ot' har ... \ }"
forty. years expApteace ln: .we count on that Indefinitely?" ':>*>'-V, wood an aiMUIonal value'ot tide" ,is d, .\ +h l lleee. BJt May.. s, Lawt "y( recreamm ceiilwr' \WiAHeburg, Road);'8 am' Iq 3:3q p.m ;,r
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; \C 1I!t Carol Brown of SUrke daughter of'Mrr overlay of Venlse lace decorated' with' '1/i'\{'" Joe Herring-and William Brown

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Starke,son of Mrs. Ruth Solze and the shoulder length lace appliqued veil.! were Mrs. Ruth Tanner, Mrs. {
ate) Vernon Solze of Tiffin. Ohio, were-' She carried a Colonial nosegay of Dorothy Clyatt and Mrs, Billy Patter '\
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united |'II marriage Saturdayt.April 7, white and burgundy and pink rose: ': son. 1
,//at' 2: p.m.. In Old Providence Baptist A reception was held lathe church! Following wedding trip to Disney
$ ," ,i'!.., ;Church Providence with Rev Billy social hall where the bride and groom; World, Circus World and Stars Hall of :
'',1': :. : : .. Patterson performing the nuptials. and attendants stood. In the receiving Fame the is residing at 1002
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''r"' : Highlighting<1' the altar were two line. Clark St.. :
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I it .seasonal flowers against a flowers from the church Pont. "
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.' j'.4 '.i. : IJfI. Karen, Herring attended! her4e5 ; ;
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1 May Pay,a ;I1S'E'.t :. ; :;-', ., I C.L 1601 N. Temple Avi, Stark ,L

E y Starke ElemenUry 'student took and back with standup' neckline p 9648771Cuifr
T a part in a May. pay,pto "JIat the school Tuesday alten ooa. buttons, She wore a wreath, .i
Above' Activities 'Included'' the of'pink and white flowers in her hair *+ Service -' Delivery 8
l { traditional deaemg"around the May< ',and carried a colonial nosegay of A ft
Pole Here several of the :students ;white and pink roses. V 600POM sPEClat. A
w ? take part In the celebration.-, r; Ms.Melihda Moore s bridesmaid E' OPEN .. v
,tt Left: Also In the events was 'and wore a white satin gown with pink Buy 1 Sob -fiat E
'_ t t.a1- + the crowning of the'King and Queen.* overlayed lace. She wore a wreath of Mon.-Thurj. 10 am 0 10 pm tad Sub Vj price irilbFrf. Zee
pink and white flowers in her, hair and mgea
Here King Chad Welch and Queen Jill .
''j' v Williams walk down the Isle''on the carried a nosegay of white and pinkrases. !: .Sit 10 am ta 11pm pd/nm, ei 3Ot tee $ tto.P

rS t rn L way to the thrones which were set up ; Sunday 12pm to 9pmjt ,
1 "1 t .; ; -- 1 x for each of them''. J 10" ;,1 i ,Given in marriage by her father the
t'y' Other activities Included bride,wore a white satin. gown with
Pl ,, d ; mantes from each grade r.or-. ">"* .

r" ; ?# -- .1s- school.nasties songs P.rform.nce..we..CYmi"and dec"'a: ; sack race I .' : ". !l'1',,. '",;, ..1'.., ..;>

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,On over $ 9.20fto( Morocco Temple, This meals, and most ot all;medics( tf "
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\ once again take on, carnival atmosphere years goal .,lo.soo on' the dinnerAwith'otber' :1' ,
Club gladly :donate their .tllI14' a n..1 ,
with clowns" funny'gars,:; : .fund-raising events qq'
motorcycle daredevils 'and the tscheduled: for fall.'. energy to raising" money' for this I, !, GET '

famous Starke Surreys 'and All ''ju-Onts from dinner sales gc cause. .
3-Wheelers, a group of local Shriners .i directly to Morocco Temple to be Any local unit'' ..wishing" partlclpate -' '.., ;, L
who drive' 'replitfas :of.; '1001, *distributed. where':needed'! Several in this year's parade can doso f \ ,
Oldsmobiles and Kawasaki three 'children and teenagers in the Bradford by calling 964-7971,7 a.m',to 6p....m..; '. I
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'receiving Shrine Anyone kn : .
J /All the fun, festivity and hard work .. 'hospitals and some of the local money needing help with or orthopedic : : ACTIVEn
, is'?; done in the name ''of is used to pay transportation for them problems is urged to call one of the 'I" "/ ;

,\ children whose families cannot serious afford' and,their,jparents. .. a!lsfl;t pd.gi.n1o'1r.' : !..,a Vf..nurntm". e;.;, .,V/ J t 1(; : I ,, ... ..j.,:\\t. ''')- .,lb kS"1'A.( .)"1 .1r '.., /t". 't' / y }
the expe&slya.trealment for 44, I. '
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Club's Annual Fund-raising pay. with a card! t

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and start promptly at 10:30: ..an.. will'AL!,w'':4) ;; a nl+'.your motherf Hallmark- oard.that'aJpst.righttollapi- HospitalCenter
proceed up its traditional path north ': kiYpl "
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attractions.pretty year, is girls Noble, Parade Jerry Williams.chairman, "hiss.: "': ',,.ft. ,;.', ,.'J,t ti(l,er': .,), I ti 1-i .',":',, ."s. l: School '((Ages,14-17)) ::..:. wYoung Adult;)(Ages,,18,22)r : )



will,The be traditional served from fried 11:30 chicken: a.m.dinner to:2: .,'J'{, :! .\I:'tl',-.,'.'; ,' :, I,: .''2iiionth> program' ,; 12 :;'ij.tJU1OIith!; : ,recreati onal' ,
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$1 .OOO year from dinner! sales and turned Colt'Street' $tarkke i Ibiking, etc.) every Monday, ',!"fi ; 7 a.m. S p.rq.* ,: weekdays,,

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I Items of Interest Did You Know Kindergarten Registration; F : .' I .
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Tammy Bald, .' ty on behalf of the Bradford County BIR'l'HS': few last 1'1!!w< Sa 1"'ylk wit_" hi, .rralf. ah lmoUd'{1tlilL'i11, Mrs.) : Sit t 'for;:May',',l 49 t8, :. ',, .'1\" :.1'' ...1., '',':'.,.T. 't', !.'f".}'1':" j".':..'i\.,\"'41'\ .i' ."":,fr''I ''. ,('.j.!y .,.

.>* Senior Citizens Club for the dinner. W.H(,':Jhomson', ; ", : v K.indetprtl registration ia I tie (iigiou nr"CommUtiiilaitlo' ?1 Wade Wlnkler s "
Mrs. Mable Nessmith of Hampton .' ,- of 14-18. at ii tjwap- completed within thejitkt h\'eJt j ; ,
To Wed May 5 : Lake also expressed her appreciation Mr.and Mm. Paul Dank-ln.tMr of Inv hctd the week May Students are elig'- months. .
4 and Invited all to attend the luncheons Danicki and daughter! .Sandra I..cv pn hlu spriutu"schools.for if they are five Parents aid Urged to begirt (tie
held on the first Thursday of every and aura Diane of kindergarten kindergarten registration
The wedding of Tammy Baldree Columbus Ohio on or before process for
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and Wad Winlder will take month at the Friendship Alliance Ashley Danielle Wagner' were guns s last wwk of Lucy I,. year ago children who will' be ;5 years old on or
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Church in Keystone Heights. This Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright.Mr. September. before Sept. I. If there are .
Saturday. ay 5, at ?:30 p.m. in Hope Wagner To begin the registration process any quet.lions
Baptist Church on SR-100 between group is called the Jolly 60's and formerly of Keystone Height, now'flr must show proof of birth. please call Lucille Puyn.
Starke and Keystone Heights, with a meets at 10:30 those days.. Orange Park. are happy |0 announce and Mrs Morris I'grry. arc parent Before registration i in complete, the Director of Curriculum at 964-6800.
reception following In the church Mrs. Gumber"nd;!! Mrs. GUhooly the arrival of a girl Ashley Danielle) Spending this week'in Nassau. following documtnu.wlll be required:
Fellowship Hall. were in charge of arrangements for born April 19 at 3:57 p.m.'inilho record of immunizations

All friends and relatives are. Invited J this affair. Humanna Hospital Orange Park. Mr.: and. Mrs, Steve Kulch and -Complete': 4 doses diptherlu, whooping

to attend. She joins a five yea. :>(ici;' JUSIT$ daughter and Sunday Elizabeth with Mr', and spent Mrs"Saturday; Larry cough, tctiinus i iI"J'.a muuslcs.doses. rubella polio: .
dose each
W.T. Weeks. U.D.C. KrIstina. : : White in St. Augustine. one '
Maternal grandparents arutUlflfkand mumps.Physical. In medieval times, church'
Women of St. Marie's .Hold, Memorial Service Joyce Southard of Starke, .,j Mr. and Mrs. Bonlon Futch of Bap' examination showingthat con- bells were rung 11.n attempt
To Meet May 8 Paternal grandparents arcjNusHii list Bible Institute, Graceville were the child is free from a to stop storms.

Bradford County Veterans were Goodyear Keystone Height and Wil visiting friends and relat ives here. last .a..It .
The Women of SL Mark's Episcopal honored at a memorial service duringthe Wagner, Lake Geneva. .,':1 t'>:-. week. '
Church will meet at the Parish Houseon luncheon-meeting of W.T. Weeks hi ..1- .
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Tuesday May 8, at 7:30 p.m. chapter, U.D.C. which met April 25 at .. '" Terry Fred
12 noon at Western Steer Steakhouse. Stella Brewer of Lake Alto Estateswas .f

.,'.,", Hostesses were Mrs.. H.L, Speer,.Mrs. Did you know .;?&*v given surprise birthday ;party : .
R.A. Green, Sr. and Mrs. J.G ;.1.,1 JDr. last Thursday by Doris Lamb and "
Mr*. Randy Alvarez McGriff. Sr, :were Dawn Crews of Starke Also attendingwere mow'
and Mrs. H.H. Adams in We
Shower HonoreeMrs. The luncheon tables were covered Los Angeles Cal. Friday to Monday her husband Daryl and son, : >\ Buy-
with lace cloths and centered with a Dr. Adams attended the Du- Danny. A delicious dinner was en
Randy Alvarez, a recent spring flower arrangement. id ,a' Pont where Doctor's meeting. joyed. The honoree received a hot ..i:':
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sandwich maker and with Aluminum Cans
bride, was honored at a bridal shower wicker basket, I' pendant ,
Monday night April 23,given by Mrs. A short business meeting followed Dick Eggers of Huntsville Ala. matching ring as a mememto of .the '" .
Betty Alvarez.: Mrs. Anna Fender the luncheon with Mrs. Herbert spent last Tuesday to Monday with his occasion: ,
Mrs. Lucille Johns, ,> Mrs. Landa Thomas, president presiding. Mrs. brother and sister-in-law Mr.' and :>:;:: Copper0Brass :. I
Koistinen, Mrs. Elva McRae Mrs. Thomas held a Memorial Service Mrs. B.J. Eggers Duplicate bridge club winners April J
Joyce Moody Mrs.Martha Myrick. honoring the Bradford County 17 were Lillian Stump and Myldred
Mrs. Tia Osborne,Mrs. Carolyn Sapp Veterans. At the conclusion, the Mrs. Irene Hutto and Mrs: Mabel Cuttino, first; Ida Shaw and Evelyn.
Mrs. Gwen' Thornton and Mrs. group went to Crosby Lake Cemetery Denmark of Jacksonville'were Griffin,second; and Aurelia Byrd and
Geraldine Tomlinson held in the Pine where Mrs. Thomas placed a wreathat weekend guests of Mrs. Carolyn Ruth Merlie third. Winners April 24 Batteries
Level Church youth building. the U.D.C. marker honoring Col. Redgraves and Mrs.Edna Wells., were Marjorie Thomson and Lucile .
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The refreshment table and gift W.T. Weeks for whom the,chapter .'<1" Green; first and Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack : '
tables covered with ecru and was named. She concluded the service Prices Paid
were Mrs. Goldie Bunch is a resident{ .. of Burnette, second. Top
blue tablecloths and centered with with a poem "Confafwot Norma's Home. :
silk flower arrangements in baskets. Mvmorioby Dorothy> D. McKinley. Mrs. 'Carolyn Taylor and son.
The hostesses presented the j' of Johnson Richard visited Mr, and Mrs.
U.D.C. To Meet Mays Mrs. Mary Manning Ci- Charlie Old Stoves Refrigerators-
honoree with a pressure cooker a silk ty Tenn. was weekend guest of Mr. Green in Wake Forest, N.C. April ,
corsage and a bridal book as a The W.T. Weeks chapter. U.D.C. and Mrs. Edwin Williams. .14-*I. MowersAll
memento of the occasion. The bridal Lawn Metal .
will meet on Wednesday, May 9, at 3
book was made by Mrs.Joyce Moody. p.m.at the home of Mrs. O.L. Haynes Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee oe Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. W'LTT'S : )
Amon the 30 guests were the Sr. with Mrs. C.A.. Knight as co- was home Sunday to ednesday,..t have returned after five weeks tour to' Picked Up by Otis 8 Qlen Waldren'
honoree s mother. Mrs. Don Denton; hostess.' Kingsley Lake. '', California.Hot.
the honoree's groom's mother Mrs. COUNTRY'CORNER' ::
Owen R. Alvarez, Jr. and the Mrs. Warren McLeod and Miss ) '

honoree's groom'si grandmothers Jean McLeod of Mt. Home Ark. were ift .. Tail Curtis 1
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Mrs. O.R. Alvarez;Sr..and Mrs. J.G. last ..Tuesday and Wednesday j
guests
Bradford Album No. 1 water weighs more
Jackson. of Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. : J than 'old. 'OPEN 7' DAYS A WEEK 8 dm tit 6 pm: .
At Spanish Concert

The senior citizens of Starke held l&y tJ ', U 1 Telephone-/ '468-2 12,1, '. ;)).1;,
The Bradford High School entry at their annual spring luncheon at the 1 .. J
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Altar Society Honors ; '\-. the recently held Florida State Econo Lodge on April 17 with guests '- -" .'

Senior Citizens' Spanish Conference received the top George Schaeffer and David Crum. A. !. .' ':;", 'JI"
award in the state for their Spanish delicious luncheon was enjoyed. 1; .1./1

On Sunday April 29, the St. Ed- Club Album.The Album is a presentation "

ward's Altar Society held a'covered.. reflecting BHS's scholastic. Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Haile of Palatka ;. > r'r i NOTICE ; >' >
academic sports clubs and other,ex PUBLIC
dish dinner in the parish hall honoring visited his sister Mrs. Herbert
Senior Citizens of the area. tracurricular activities > and Thomas and Mr. Thomas on Sunday.On ,; I
Mrs. Josephine Cumber, Society achievements of Spanish students. Tuesday Mrs: Christine Emmons ',; rl '....

president, welcomed the guests and during the year. and four sons of Concord N.C.:visited ;' ': >"
introduced the pastor, Father Joseph The State Conference, held In their' grandfather, Herbert Thomas : 1982-83: Actual ExpendituresFederal : .: .il
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Finlay,who extended best wishes and Orlando'April 26-28, was attended by and Mrs. Thomas.Mr. .
said the blessing. approximately 1.500 high school "
Following the dinner, a sing-along students representing 76 high schools and Mrs."Joey Herres 'of Revenue Fund 'Availability;:::: ,
Sharing
of old familiar tunes was conductedby in Florida. This is the first year that a: Tallahassee are visiting his parents, ;
separate competition was held for the. '"
Antoinette Coss. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herres ,.this .
Mrs. Muriel Cilhooly; then Album category, and thus it Is' week. '
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distributed prizes to special guests especially significant that Bradford' fa ,All persons, are hereby notified that Federal Revenue Sharing' : ,ryStorke

Mrs. Belle Brown of Hampton at 94 High School garnered the top award. Stella Brewer of Lake Alto Estates :
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the eldest lady present; the oldest in the state. ,, and Doris Lamb of Starke,.were Actual .Expenditures for the ,,198283 Fiscal' Year 'tor The City of, ,/;.

man, A. Sviagin at 83; youngest lady, Bradford High School Societ is among a bus. load of Starke citizens' -is avpilable i for public inspecr n 1Jhe'supP:9rtJooP: I\T; : ; :>'
Mrs. Jo Anna HallmanSMerabers ro .
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Stella' Brown; youngest man, John iii vfrho spent the day,.,at, Jekyll, UlaftdLrecently. I +
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Morris Sid Dougherty received' .to.lons.ore'-- t\at'.the"City'-HalMb9it.1; Th 'f4 5 "i
prize for having the most children-9;, in the Florida State. Spanish Con- -q.. ..... ,...., .. JMr. '......__ 6"' _" """ \. : dilItJ, -:!::J .,rrv.. i. oI't",' Q 'l';,1
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Ada Hoist and Lena Dougherty for the 1ereltce-wer ClUt1r"'FIn'fOW! ; o\No.rn.l to3i: p.m. on AAondaylhroTriaay.Neil \ ,. ,,a .' : 11'1 }tf+iar4
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children. Randle Wittins formerly lived Stilwell, Spanish II.12th grade; Joelle the wedding of a niece. Twanda, ., .'J" )Ji.. ''fflt\
Innocent, Spanish III, 11th grade;. to Jimmy Rickeson Saturday > .'1, \ 'f'. '.
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Maria Sviagin was formerly Sabrina Snell, Spanish III, 11th night in Douglas; Ga. :' {'i I : ; : :
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prizes were John Morris Virgie grade; Tracy Baez, Spanish II, }lth Mr.and Mrs. AI K. Carlisle attended -, -, .; .. ., ./ CityClerk, ...- {. .1 ". ". '. .. .":. : "'-i..l. .'
Barksdale Ada Hoist Mildred grade; Christine Dickinson Spanish the 46th Bolles School reunion in.,;! ; '.,'I'. . '," ,. ':f .' ..),h..",: ,l'b. .J.I--. (",-.,:,.:"',I.o', !:'.;'!"" ; ,..;..,..,!.$."'l..
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$ '. .' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and with him. supper guest of Ws :f!': '. '\. \. ,,1.i ", % ,{.' :" v- Mrs.: Riley Sweat.'. Jr. and their Mm, J.Mrs.I Fnsd''Moore went,to,Jackson, ,, Mrs WlUIe Green.He'teturnel' {lo his parents,Mr. and Mrs. tea; Median. Mrs.Eileen Kelly' and,fcer'I wo spns.l
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'/;" .,. 'f', J" byEUaabeth'ferry'phonq .'.I. ..1:.' Johnny, and her daughter, Mr*. I4sa., : 'vUlt and picked up her siater, Mis ."- ,'S home in North Ca{".'' h'Saturday.Y, ?., Mrs.1:1' Pat Hamilton of Gainesville pf Jacksonville, .pent' the wfeiowith
''''' J\' 'l8Z-33oe, Morgan and her $on, AndY.L 1; Rach l Boyer Friday. Mrs. Cecil April,28. "' ';visited her aunt, Mrs Resale Bed- her parents Mr. and Mr*.. Earl
"'" Chun A Activities... Mr. and Mi*. Tim Robots' of \ Wade and b4s. Bruce Boyer met' Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillips visited dish. While she was here they visited Troxeil.
,,Lawtey announce the arrival pf a son them in Klsslnimee on Friday! and all his mother Mrs. O.J. PblU/.pllr/ in Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: Crawford Rev. and Mrs Edgar! WlSMnsco of
Pint Baptist Church had their Stewart Adam Roberts born; April of them attended the Easter Sunday North Florida Regional tal, Henry Hodges and daughter Sarah Hollister: visited Mitts Elizabeth TTy
usual ellowahipSupper for those 16., weight 5 Ibs. 15 oz. and 18'' long Sunrise servicft at Cypress Gardens. Gainesville on Friday April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith and and Mrs Ola Starling,and her sotwn-
who bad birthdays during the month born at Shand's Hospital, Gainesville, Dr Richard 'Deilann' brought the Mrs. Iva Campbell went to her sonhvlaw daughter Debra Trainer, attendedthe law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
of Aprillon Sunday. They sang a song Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.\ Ed message and John W. Peterson had and daughter's.<<: Dr. and Mrs, stock car races in Lake City on Larry Norman and Rhonda.
and then were served different items Roberts of Starke.. charge of the music On Monday they Roy Sutherland, at hrandtn after Saturday night. Mrs.J Jt. Jones dater< ,Mrit.
of food j cakes and drink for all. Mr. and Mrs Benton F\,4ch( of some time' with Mrs. Cecil spending three weeks' with her son-in- Mrs. Annie Kelly of Starke visited W.s. Sober,.of pclumbla, S.C. visited
Peru ,al.... Graceville, visited their aunt Miss Wade Tampa.Mrs Moore andMiss law and daugbt.erev.. and Mrs her aunt, Mrs Resale Reddish*,'on mother and grandmother Mrs
Elizabeth Terry, and their brother, Boyer returned to their homes on James, \ Tompkins here. Sunday afternoon. J Flossie Rosier in Bradford Hospital
Frl" ,of Mrs O.J. Phillips regret Ralph Fu,ch, on' Wednesday afternoon Thursday. Jenny and Joey Bach of Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling'air Saturday April 91. )I.... Rosier 1 Ns at
to Jjwntthat she fell and broke .ber; ,, I' Pastor David Brown ,has been In Gainesville spent,the weekend with tended a. Gospel Sing at First home now.
fights 1 pi In four place and is a!pa Friend of Buster Bennett regret,to revival this week and returned home their grandmother;'Mrs. Daisy Boch, Church at Ralfprd on SundaY' after Mis* Elizabeth Terry spent from
heat 'I I North. Florida' Regional learn that'he is in Memorial Medical'', on; Saturday, April 28. ; ,,';v,<-. ');and great grandmother. Mrs; Nellie noon.,, "* vi} Monday untU ,Wednesday with her
Hosplta :, Gainesville Room 226. Our Hospital, Jacksonville. He Is |? havergery Ralph Futch: of Black Mountain,, W uuneon.h 'We were happy to have Mrs. Minnie sister, Mrs. 'C.E. Strickland. of
prayen are for both her and Dann ,. -': on Monday Our prayers are :'N.C;, spent Friday evening and.was. a. \ I Ronnie McC1 lIan.,of :Vldalla. Ga, Teston at church Sunday, after she Gainesville. .
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Prevail grandchildren, Jr. and, Mr Emory: and Mrs.HIv -.. Emory. ,training,.., can, answer. ,rparen questions about drug' abuse; r !OO3THxSRUSHES ,;;; 1'''' ''If,,, ,., ST6 ,F.,' ,
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lion, NY, ,;They>spent several days ASCRIPTIS ROASTED DISH: DETERGENTWHMCMOKS ,COLOR PRINT : .'C"; "D" or 9VOLTBATTERIES
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'Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Meng
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Mrs. Fannie'' Brookins celebrated 50 .4
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May F eld Day;,peglnniag at,), and JUNIOR STRCNCTH F' BAU5CM&LOMBSAU9HSOT : ;" '' I n a CC5VERH); VIP PRO 1500-WATT'
,Uiey wi 11 have a variety of,;games TYLENOL R' HAIR DRYER
vit 90TA0UTS229' ,- wItlIAnACHIIIIINTS, .
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will be from 5 until 7:30 'FT "\ '.". .M
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Board of Realtor!
Brooker News '. .. .
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Hold! Monthly Mooting ,. raising: $25 or more,aqd Hampton Elementary' in ,
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\ vat \ Cioidmeauuists; were: Junlato Her- 'Following Jhe'| ',Sprfn>& Sjftrint, K-3
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1'4 "" 'v "" '" UVQ' ., ,fIII\o\ l' 10th Mini-Olympics.B. al\dC. na\'ld Prescott. Rebekahavtd students hunted for Easter eggs hid
The Bradford-Union Board of byC.E."Sue"DavlS' more. '1'I/'f'r'' In grades K-8 participated ,, Wel t);; Hedge Monica den by students in grades .-..
Realtors held their monthly meeting phone 4851344Cecelia : Ceceila said "Cystic Fibr08iJt'di. event meet for medals and ribbons; Quicksall_, Frank Williams Faye Students finding the "prize !" In
egg
Thursday. April 26, In the Econo Young NamedBikoAThon more children every year tharr-'.any The following students received rib- Cruze, Kevin Truett, Elizabeth each class received a candy rabbit.
Lodge banquet room. other inherited disease and! we-friiist bons: Kelly Griffis, Matt Crosby Foster Chris Snow, Karen Stokes Winners were: Shorty Hodge Jay
Vice president Harriett Maine connducted Chairman... do something to stop this destruction Pam McWIllUms, C.J. Fuqua, Donald Smith, Lucille Foster and Mann Matt Stafford, and Jeremy
the meeting.) Cecelia Young pf Brooker has accepted of precious lives." Mrs. Young w.eton Angela Baker Chris Rasa, Tahra Harold Mayben. Tetstone. '
Following a Buffet luncheon, the to say "Why there are awioximateJy Francis, Donald McWilliams, Jessie Following the Mini-Olympics the
appointment as
Cecelia Terwillegar treasurer In- of the Bike-A-Thon to benefit chairperson the- 30,000 children in tills country Fisher, Dana Hall Tammy Wilker- students and staff enjoyed a picnic New River Church News..
troduced guest speaker,Mrs.Carolyn Florida Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis who deserve no less than our full time son, J.J. Orton, Mary Hillahd, and lunch, on the lawn. The youth of the New River Baptist
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Autry of the local efforts to help eradicate this Wesley Lester. '
secretary Foundation. This event will take dreaded Broker's Spring Sprint a new Church sponsored a spaghetti dinnerat
Downtown Progress Committee.Mrs. place May 12, beginning at 8:30 a.m. disease. While we go about our daily Bronze medals were won by: Julie tradition at Brooker, was held after the church dining room last Satur-
Autry gave a brief history of the com- at the Brooker Elementary School.All lives of work and play these childrenare Robinson Randy Young, Sonya lunch.: Students ran .3 of a mile by age day evening. The young people are
mittee and its progress since the committee participants must be present struggling each day to eat and Hodges, Derrick Jenkins Samantha groupe. All students who completed trying to raise funds to help defray ex
was first organized Jan. 30 of with bikes at this time. Leaving theBES breathe. I hope everyone will give Truman, Jason Padgett, Bobbie Sue the race received a ribbon. First penses for all of the youths to attend
this Paul L. Weaver Bureau of generously by sponsoring a Fletcher Mitchel Gafney Regina lace
year. campus, participants will pro participant winners received Spring Sprint the Youth Mission and Evangelism.
Historic Preservation, gave committee ceed to the Softball park at Wor- in th Bike-A-Thon.".. Padgett, Josh Craze Mary Wood -sldrta, and the top boy and girl In Conference in June.The young people
information grants, tax credits thington Springs where they will havea Donations of cookies and soft drinks Johnny Prescott Jill Powers andTern this'timed event received a trophy. wish to thank all those who came to
under the extension service University rest period and served are needed for the event. Won't you | Jenkins. T-shirt winners were Julie Robinson their aid With donations and their
of Florida and Jim Moss Com refreshments before the return ride. please help? For Information,contact Siwer medal: winners were: Tammy Josh Crawford David Prescott, presence at the dinner.This made
munity & Rural is Cecelia Jones, Shorty Hodge,. Megan Matt the
Development Participants are requested to Young 485-1564. Stafford, Chris Ross Stevie efforts of the group more enjoyable:
agent for four counties Bradford recruit as many sponsors and con Brooker Elem. School Pillow, Jesse Hernandez Shondee, Bailey, Kevin Hamilton Johnny After church Sunday(two carloads
Baker Union and Columbia, also Lewis Matt Stafford Pam Bryant, Prescott, Harold and Mrs.
tributions as possible for each mile Mayben of the youth members of the churchenjo
brief talks.Downtown News....* Shawn Thompson Hollie Stafford Bigham '
In
gave the class.
adult
completed on this ride. The foundation an outing at4 luncheon '
Progress Committee Jason Smith Amy Horn, Billy Barns, Trophy winners were Johnny at,
will award tee-shirts to Brooker Elementary School hosted. : Duffs In Jacksonville.
anyone
John Sarah Douglas I and Lonnie ,. .
members include Tetstone.
Miller ,
president Prescott and '
err Elizabeth Foster. '
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Carolyn Autry secretary; Terry ,, L w .. ,
Brown Lee Sparks and Jim and Betty 'Y. ," ,:.: ";
Dilts. Advisory committee membersare ,
J.E. Tomlinson, G.K. Ely; J.E. 1 :
Milligan, James ,Moss, Bernie ,:3 I :., .'
McFadden,E.L.Matthewsnnd,, Mike YOU CAN'T

Cooney. _
Also offering.helpful services is "

Scott R. Koons director of economic : _
development for the North Central Qpy

Florida Regional)Planning Council In .

GalnesvWe.Next regular'meeting,and meeting *Piaii B RSO.

of the executive board will be May 14,
at the Chamber: of Commerce office. .

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Bradford County Middle School' .
and aU elementary schoolsMowUr. : .iee stns ,

May 1-Chlckea A. Noodles cheese Mix, 1)0.) "M'EAT
green been peaches cookie,btocuil.milk. LEAN PURE FRESHLYGround LJMIT-2 PKGS.,, PLEASE5LBAVG.PKG. '
h_.".May e-rbecued Berf-On-Bun,buttered :
fruit cookie milk '
corn cup
WH._".May*-FI(in(he Blanket rice,tomato .
.. turnip greeru, Irultcrlip milk. STARKIST
Tfcurii.y. May Is-Chickm letr.1ZW, buttered Bee"
CHUNK LIGHTTUNA,
pen a carrots yellow cakt w/lrull topping not
rolls milk.
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Monday, May Core dog baked beans,cabbage W Y 9'
claw,fruit cup,milk.
Tuesday. May i-Macaronl a chew, ,Cuban ssndwlch -
,,green beana,peaches chocolate cake milk. .
Weanexlay, May t-Pliza garden wind,buttered ,
corn fruit Jello,cookie milk.
Thursday May It-Chicken letruilnl buttered "
peat end carrots, pear halves.cinnamon roll,
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milk. .
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ft9- U.S.D.A. TOP QUALITY 3 La AVG. PKG. ,
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ALACARTEM .a. io e 0 a' a 0 SLICED QUARTER .
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i4ay.-Cheeteburgers..., milkshakes, trench 7ox CONOmONER.BORA BODY LOINkfl .
fries,pizza. > REGULAR OR EXTRA BODY '
Wedneday..Frencb fries, milkshakes. pizza $1 3.
HDRSHAMPOO' '
hamburgers. ., e : e e 7.a '
U A. T CHOICE V .
Tkunday -Milkshakes. pizza, cheeseburgers SUPER.! UN8CENTED! OR HARD TO HOLD .
French fries.FrMayMANAGERS. a88.RED. BNLS. ROASTS 2 69 .
WHOLE EYE ROUND
CHOICE DAY. .. STYLE HAIR SPRAY 0 0 0 '

.. EXTRA LEAN TOP CHOICEGROUND ,
'I"AMILY" LIMIT' $199"
a ROUND. '&zz PKQ., .' .w'\ Ne PUAsI! LB ,."
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Bradford Middle SKINNED & DEVBNED SELECTED : \ jf ,, 7 '" '.I .' ,

SLICED BEEF LIVER ', .e 'LB7s '
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Ron Zurfluh did a papier mache .
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mask influenced by African'Eskimo. STYLE SLICED BACON ,

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Artist's of the week were Lancin PRODUCEU.S. ,
Hersey and Jeff Workman. They "
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made Hex signs after studying Penn- WHITE' OR PINK v' a '

sylvania German Folk Art." LAKE COUNTRY= iz 189 .; NO. 1 NEW CROP: ;
Mother's Day Gift.; .

The 8th grade have been selling HEARTY BURGUNDY CHABUS BLANC RED ROSE, '"
PINK CHABUS OR RHINEGALLOWINE White 39 .
corsages for Mother's'Day since $ '.t:

April 25. Prices are f3 and$4 each., ,, ''. uTMro 6asa ', !t..w '

PTO Meeting... :

May 8 will be the next PTO meeting Potatoes "I' ,.,.1., ,,.'" ,

in the gym.Officers will be elected for -V .,.I' "J.'
the '84-85 term and the BMS Band PANTRY PRIDE SLICED 10 LB BAGPAKTRY .
will perform under the direction of REQUlAROR BUTTERMILK rd' ,, ,"a''(

Jim Peronto at 7:30: in the BMS gym. PULLMAN ,
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Yearbooks: Issued... '
BREAD.FRESH.aRE
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book went home with BMS students 6"1"240zLOAVES.

the Friday before Spring break The fJf '1'FLORIQACUKES. : "
annual was dedicated this year 'to r 2/$1 : : > >

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deserving BMS .principal, Dewey
McKinney. He was surprised with this NORTHWESTERN '
honor by having, him called to the ? r "
County Office for a meeting. After his EATING' PEARS4 >
departure, the student body and staff Poe HOT DOO RCCLB OH .
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gym called for HAMllURGIiR BUNS .,2198 .'

him emergency.gym.to'he return was When.greeted to the he.campus by entered a standing for the'an TYB OR PUMPERNICKEL sate eyr.e'ieV I. U. e ., .. : j FLORIaA 2 LB BAG 5' ': r! .

ovation and our.,assistant principal rIJU.APARr FRESH CARROTS ,

Mr. McRae presented the dedication. HOT BREAD rawmv Penis. a 0 : 10 rr2/;.1 ,' '
Mn; McKinney is never at a loss for CHOCOlA....' ., '
words,. but guess what .we him -
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good. ,He wu.speecnlessl Many ."- BODOfUTS .,/ n .. :.. ,Ii ...urwc.1 dim ',. ::-,., :.i
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Bradford Hospital ouriei are plc- ,
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Front row (I-r): Martha Eppt RN,

Carolyn assistant. Hodges director, LPN of Nursing; I y A ( 'fig If Week

Pressley, KM; Gayle s. ,Nlcula. RN; 4 k / e y
Neela Carter,RN, bwervlce director.
Back row, CI-rf;Pat Traylor, RN; ByMarkFrledUn
Kay Thomas LPN j April Swain RN; : BCT Staff Writer
Elaine ,berman, RN; Andre E. Bradford Hospital will begin week
Waterhouie. RN; Jo AM Wall, LPN. f of special activities this Friday In
I ,._" celebration of National Hospital
l. Week,culminating in the Annual. Fun
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An employee picnic will be held this
Friday beginning at 11 a.m. and there
will be a tree health screening next

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., THURSDAY a ro. noon at
,- "ILflV ,.'-. ... '" ..,,,, ..... ,-. ALL ITEMS &PRICES GOOD MAY 3 THRU WEDNESDAY, MAYA, 1 A84rI. the hospital library. '

'" '.Ir.. Doctor's Appreciation Day Islet for
I. ;" ,; next Wednesday -- ____ n \ .".I'.'" ,"I. .'" ...., ',f'r: area elementary school classes.will
I. : visit the hospital l for a series of,ital...
\ Of the 18 registered nursesRN's( )
and ilx licensed practical
nursesLPRN's) employed Bradford
Hospital, many are natives of
this area..
Gayle Nicola, Elam Sherman'and
Carolyn Hodges are from Lawtey,
LiRy while Starke natives on the sUIt include
Martha Ppps: Assistant Director -
'of Nursing Service, Betty
Baldwin,Jo Ann WaD Lee Ann Green
and Andrea Waterhouse. Louisa
Padgett, Janice Rhoden and Debbie
'. Walker. are ,from Penney Farms,
:' ; ,,1:w while "Cress" Adams Is a long-time
resident of Keystone Heights.
The other members of the hospital
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'I staff live In Starke or the surroundingareas.
'' : .They include Necia Carter Pat
U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE %,
.I April
Traylor, Linda Bakken and
BONELESS BEEF ( Swan from Starke,Susan Cook,Linda
LEAN Pressley and;Julia Wheeler from
BottomRound $ 6"9. Keystone Heights, Judy Moore and
I BOILEDHAM Dottie Morford from Melrose. and
it Bertha Young from Waldo.. -
Some of the nurses started out as
,rFR, 'ins rHe sEmce t>EU.' nurse technicians and ward
''' secretaries( before they went to school
; to become full fledged nurses. Elaine
Roast LB ; i Sherman.Day Shift Charge Nurse,
129 for instance, started out as a part
time ward secretary on the weekendsin
October of 1978 while she was a stu,
dent at the University of Florida.
;.. < U.8.D.A.TOP CHOICEWHOLE 20 TO 25 LBS ,t After she graduated with a bac-
,. caleaurate degree in nursing In 1979.
: she came on staff as a full time nurse.
BOTTOM' ROUNDS $159' BMBCrtJ HAM cMeeaw ON AS3 A most recent example of the same
:
experience is Lee Ann Green who
IN THE BAG(CUT 8 WRAPPED FREE) 'i SBbRMET SANDWICH .. .. 160 worked part time while she earned
". ,..-..BAKJD her associate arts degree in nursing
ASSORTEDSEALTEST) '. 2/99* from Santa Fe Community College in
JUMBO CROiSSANTTS
$ : .
DIPS .. .' .. ... 8 a .9 1983.Other
It .- !' '!'-. r CUP ::; : MADe ONPKaeele )"wu", $47" nurses on the staff started out
1 EXCELLENT FOR FRESH CORN ', J' COFFEE, 'CAKE MOa..ft .. .. r as LPN's and continued on In school
AO1'L .PFKSH BAKED to get their RN education.Linda Bak
ieo '
; < KRAFT SQUEEZE PARKAY. .r:: .' PKO. :fCP ,TB'' :ikA 1!' ANOEL FOOD'CAKE' ,. s.' ., >j1as ken, Evening Charge Nurse was an
< S t i SLICED AMERICAN SINGLES -. ; n j 1PRODCjCf LPN before becoming an RN in 1980.
CHEESE PRIDECHEESEFOOD: i_ $1 Currently,one LPN(Debbie Walker),
o 0. f .I bi Wtf\aptl:\ tftjnOTe$&ft" RN
f.3r. ... .
AMERICAN OUAl/rV *?!**'*'f**..**".* ** 9 I --., ""' ? tatua.
:.r. .ri -P7 Six .N's (Martha Epps, Gayle
LYKES, SLICED HAM. .. r ,: r' r PNQ .22 a Nlcula, Pat" Traylor, Linda Bakken,
PURE II.OOLO FLORIDA .. Donna Verkerk and Andrea

_. TROPICANA ORANGE, JUICE F. $1S.. : .Waterhouse toward earning) are a B.S.N.taking degree.'TORNADO classes.

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'i I eTOAIIlILICI CHBDDAR! CHEESE M ...=.s 17. ; on the Rite...
'. Oranges h The 1984 Junior-Senior prom is just
MADIIwn"H CWABMBAT A$1'aWfTM around the corner and the theme
NEPTUNESALAD- .. . .- "Putting on the Ritz,"says it aUll I
8CAUJOPB3! W3TATOBS The Junior anticipate this to be one
i of the most )
ESTEAK1" extravagant proms yet
; Definitely,one the Seniors of 1984 will
FRESH FLORIDA always remember!
1 r The setting for the prom will be different -
GREENCABBAG E. because this year. will break a
I MORTON two year tradition of being held at
Kingsley Beach. Instead, it will beheld
POTPIES at the New Armory on Edwards
.FRESH FLORIDA GREEN .
.: road.: 'This promises several advantages -
'''', 5/S1 such as air-conditioning and an
BELL PEPPER aU around better atmoepl ere. Prom
'." ,1'CM TUMOY8oz hours will be from 8 p.m.to 1 a.m.
FROZEN Several events are scheduled to take

; place Pictures during are those scheduled: hours.to be taken

FLORIDA CELERY 49C 30 as usual, because everyone will wantto
remember the night. There will be
plenty of dancing to a live band.And
_, ,' ...a.. new tradition will begin as a King and
a Queen(Seniors only)will be elected
I ,. .. .' for the evening.
GROCERYwwrneHOcwMi .sic t III"'IIILUI'
nnu onx"
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Invitations are now being issued at
OLD EL.PASO BURRITO 69'
n ? the High School In the attendancearea
VCAL.... PAA M *ANA.CMKSKaN TIMKKV. ,: before school during lunch or
.rlSoz' 29oz .Tt..CIIN'CIfII---: I see Mrs.Scott in the library.
Ni'iis .
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r ft ; IIANANA.COCONUY'.cnsoa CIfII t.IMCIf'f' NEOf"OUTNf The. Jlnlor''Claia, sponsor of the
M 'APPLE6W I 'PET RSTZ CREAM PIES .v8noc ,i 1984 prom, has been.very busy all
'-l year preparing for the prom. Junior
m'" ? N''IfW., Class President Rhonda Sapp and
IJ _" bu SPEARS ... ,. ., ....a..5 9l Junior Sponsor Mrs.Olivia Scott have,
... ,.., put much time and effort as well as
PNkrCIR +TSn; their" exquisite taste into preparing
,
:IuXylitu.
I!> TCW&S I'll ,.'" ,.' ,.J:,"R.59. .... ("j.. ". .' r 7F S 1'QA1A 7'T 'yearlll"this pronu!!! This will be the" event of the


:, vetrr', 9. ., _""" CAT 1 ';. _* } ,have Pram i to past favors years win but be only given to Seniors

18.11_ aw and Juniors.They are extravagant to
,I PlLLSBURV ...... L '.t<., .,7.. ... / "lliJS" i iIGiN. :jo.. ,;. S ... 3/1. It71.' ,.RO along with theprom and wta be
\ distributed during the, evening.. All
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i 'IG' r.: 1. iftWA .Seniors and Juniors are
.. se-: they
; COLA"r.I\ \ ';:" I 'N r ::, for them at the table where
: be 'regulated. As to what they
:_ are.v.that\ Is a secret!1111
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.j I ,All Juniors are asked to help out
ROYALGELATIN .
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HORMEL, .' ( :.he Prom, Thurs.,from, 4-8 ,p.m.. .and
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': BHS Girls Land Regional Title ; { : r u.. tl'/r'} l,.'%ih i'Yy' )'!. \(\r rr

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:' Bradford High ,softballers have scored two runs in the top of the Thursday. Friday night BItS beat t: (
\t secured the regional title with a 7-$ seventh inning to break a 5-5 tie at the Clay High 10-7( for the district cham :;
: win over Willlston Tuesday afternoonin end of the sixth.Mashelle pionship.Fernandina. r
Starke,after winning the District 8, Brown was the Lady Tor- beat Crescent City for
Class 2A championship last week. nadoes' leading hitter with 3-of-4. the regional championship to com (
LJsah Long Kay Allen and P. Sams pete against Bradford in the sectional, .,.
The Lady Tornadoes are set to play all hit 2-of-3. Myra Cummings, Marla game.
Fernandina Beach away, Friday at Reddish and Kelly Jackson. each hit ,
noon. Game time was set earlier so 2-of-4. The Lady Tornadoes finished the! + r4L, ; {
that the shrimp festival traffic would Lady Tornadoes eliminated season with an 11-1 district mark and n d.;. 1e'', kW '{ .
not be as severe. Hawthorne 10-8 in the second round of 16-5 in regular play.Including tournament ,
Tuesday against Wllliston Bradford the district tournament in Keystone games the squad is 23-7 overall: r
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I Nine BHS Runners Headed to StateNine ,' ,f'cPtoote :.


Bradford High runners High |lump: Hall 4'6. 330 Int. hurdlm: Hall 55.7. Denmark
qualified for state competition last Discus: 3)Monn) 891.5.. 59.5.
the district track meetat 110 low hurdl: Hall 18.9, .Denmark 880 yard run: DeWitt 3:09.68.:
Friday during
.layi 2)BHS-) Barber,
19.95. Mile medley r
the University of Florida Track.
The boy's one mile relay team and 440 relay: SBHS-) Hall. DaWIH, Barber Green Klmutls, BogU,4:39.66. Fussvll,' S Iy elM+r1
Green
Green 54.70. Mlle relay: 2JBH5-)
the girl's mile medley relay and mile 69.43. Klmutli 4:24.13. Tosha Lindsey waits for' late thrown ball from outfield.
relay team all placed second at the 440 doth: 5)Mann) Boglo

meet qualifying them for the state ..." _. :-.. L ....__ .
meet this Saturday in Winter Park. .
Out of the 13 teams competing in the ; Florida Post Control's Lawn ft Garden Center 639 L CaS;! St., Starke
district events, Bradford boys placed
fifth overall and the girls seventh. .
FLORIDA SPRING POWER
The boy's mile relay team of Eric EQUIPMENTTradein'
Lane Lex Sanders Robert Bellamyand =
Brad Russell took second place ST .
with a time of 3:27.34: minutes.
The girl's mile medley relay teamof ;ONTROL Trade Up SALE
Pat Barber,Sylvia Green,Michelle '
Kimutis, and Cheryl Bogle took se- / CHEMICAL CO.,
cond in 4:39.66 minutes.Green,Bogle _
Kimutis and Carol Fussell placed second -

4:24.12.in the mile relay with a time of POWER-UP FOR AN ,EASIER .SUMMER NOW AT SAYINGS.c


following The boy's order teams: Father finished Lopez in the 93, 'If you: will want a new mower or other power equipment''' this year ..- you'll '.

Newberry 76, Chiefland 46, Palm save many dollars now at F.P.CSpecial Prices Good On "In Stock" Items Onr::
Coast 42, Santa Fe 32, Crescent City
25, Bradford 24, Williston 14. P.K. ly. Subject to Sell-Out. "I. grew up with Toro'- equipment.' I
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Hawthorne ,
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Dunnellon
5,
Yonge "
} Pierson-Taylor and Cross City. know It lasts. *i i"The ,' ,

Girl's teams finished Santa Fe : v i
111.5 Chiefland 65,Newberry 33,P.K. :
Yonge 31, Bradford 29. Dunnellon 21, oldest tractor at latrobe'Country Club Is a ;

Palm Coast 20, Father Lopez 17, 110 ,DOWN Toro. And ifs still,working every day: You can ,
Williston 16, Crescent City 15.5.
Hawthorne, Pierson-Taylor, andCross get this.aome Toro durability and dependabilityIn :
City.: a performance, versatile mower for
PAYMENT. ,j' your home. Now with a 2-year limited warranty

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"The boys and the girls achievedsome Arnold Palmer
really great performances," '*For .Approved Purchase SAVE HOW OR AH Toro Walk 1 .Mowersw
says BUS Track Coach George Loper. Ask Us ,
to 1,000. '
Up
"With the additional week to rest and f artlal, Usttag af e...1. t Savin. .
running at night their times should Toro Trimmers. ,Tackle" .
improve." The Winter Park meet will MadelRa. Rs.Prk SalaPrioa Per M.atMModel
be at night. Tho Toughest Jobs. .
"The girls exceeded expectations in No.2H1 21".S"fProp.lI.d" : ., I
performance even though everyonewas TC650 Shown; 21 cc Toro .
confident they could do it," said Built 2 cycle gas engine Electronic Roar Wheel BriYe-TOT,zone, ,..'.. ... .. *...N *381.. 'n..

Loper.patient"They and achieved doing success the best by they being 'Ignition, cuts 16" path drive- straight shaft :. .' No. 28672-21"; Rear Wheel Id,. / .,"" .,

could each time they ran." ," f' .. 'Blade Brake Cfcifeh1: ."S .,., ,. -11" ...."466.21.!' "
Reg 259.951,.. '".....' ;; i r ;'. "...'\\\\/4'" -1.4 .. ... !' .
'P' &' '). 'It '- %- 1! :dL Ii ;.' ) : Z1 sJ Mo. 28..21<:.2;CjcJaToroRear SIC nR l'IO'A'\:
4 .6 .r.
,onlyt12 t* ; ,month l0'115d! ; 1 ,I I ? Wheel Drive,. Zone Start'. ... .. .. ..wits '43.7." 'Zo..;r '"

Model TO 400 \ ( 10533-21"-"- Push Model. :...

rL1 .7 *21.cc engine ShaftAutomatic 2 Cycle engine .'Sideisoharge ... . '94s.t '315.09 '1 .00.Flex


,,. LineAdvance : .

t ; ./:Tor Roar Engine Riders

S 1;';,' Reg.11900 M99.95c tY '"'" Bay Rink eoafidanea .rldf uKk Bria,M Coma i la aid'

; '12 t ; MO wbj Hbaaa ara tho aaly rldsrs good aaoagh far
only ? :
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month
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Medal. .N14C.'r Crt.I WIlwWo

Model TC 350 1 "' '. Start '121'"- -

.21 cc 2 cycle engine S _... '1141.N ...,....... .. .. ...'JILE 1.e 1.
Electronic Ignition S '42.W. Per BwnMi after .21.... delta or trade J.

2 stage'air cleaner Msdel..1H..21"W.1.P
Automatic line feed CePLeelrb Mill 'I......

Reg 174i95 R.(. 'im.as, ........ .. .. ....lilt. ... -.
M59"only I 3 *2Jt a.r malh.

'12"per month S W' Medal...111'.32" sat.11 MP

\ 7 .Kaj4ttria( t $1341"
lee-'''1411." .tt _,...... .,... .....SALE .

.. '. -- *.... par amrih after 'Mf. Bam,ar.,Trade
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Haven't you done IUd.IB7JW-J2-0.rt.11W.
__ Freatteglae. .,.. .
l'IVDA"; 1879'
without a Toro iI" ....U. ..... .....II.. r?; .........tilt ;

long enough? \ '4&aa par .aatt after '11* Beet .ar Trade .

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Building.up Steam.... -
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Bradford trackster Robert Bellamy .. .......... ....... ........ : \"..1
his running start for a leap of PoR'mBI41' .
gets .
211.25 feet in the long Jump duringthe II ................';,. ; ,J :i".,'
district track meet in Gainesville I ., 1aleraNe ...... ....yaks! }. :; .

last Friday. It I<:,' *"; 1hIPhHIJ.11h'i.' : : ,

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put '
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3355. tf High performance cycle engine '<' <' '''' \ ; !

High |ump:: 5)B) .llamy S'8. Electronic Ignition: systems for easy p'*;Cj: ;>; I-S i' .: S

tong Discus jump:3)Sfoks) : 3)Rob) I3CTO..rt Bellamy Porllnwnt 22125.1097. starting:.Lowe' oil warning I'flhtandjSK' ''I',; ) ." 'S' 'i ,: .. .,V' ,:
automatic' engine shutoff prevents Irt ;' : E .
120 high hurdUs: Hilt 17.5. .
i 100 yard dash: B. Ion If...3. Johnson 'engine seizureAutomatic! voltagi .-'.; .,< .r.2" ,. :/ :" ;_ '" r ". ,;..
11.5 .Hampton 11.t.Ml 5:34, regulator, protects sensitive equl| 3a,,*.n': B/ei: Ire .. .a-.d.....: Las ;:;;', .
| run: Hankvrtor 5:17.Cooper '
Jenkins 5:44: M.llclo: 5:52. me't.Etr..melr..qule .. .." -r .....1... r'nMof 1 _.- ."dq O 4
440 Sond. ,. .. J { ....... ,...,';.'V'IT"'fIVW (!
relay:4)SHS) -HllI.. rs.. Homy, :' -ii.r .1... -.... ,'\ _
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''R", *.", ....90. : ,.'. ":1 yr, warranty* ''',t> .g-....s.iisdht.sr.ne. \' "/,11.1'\\' ;
dash Jackson 59.78. ,
440 : B tan 59.39. I .
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330 Int. hurdl..: Hill .. \ *l?p' ;" '... "
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830 rum ttonkeraat2:26.."/, Thanes ::1I.i\' ;,', .. .. ............ '
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medley relay )
Bellamy, Ru...ll. McKinney 9:49.45. ....THG.III Watt. .111'l; ; :1hrNe1 T."ta4l., Uftf:

220 yard dash: B. Ian. 24.9 Johnson ..... 48 ,Ik*. .. . .,. ..Itof. f TM **. a38.'I. "" .' ;j .: '
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mil runs 5)Wrlahf) 10:59.50. Teas f1ouI TONN: ..i999 W.N. 119 r ", ', ,.' ,.,', '.' '. i ... My/R I..rr., .'-., .... ..JIy.\, ".!..... .. ..
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MIIi lUlayt ..2BHSLan) : Sand.rotB.Ilomy : i';r" r A ;' 1..; '. T.,. ............. '.\ .,. i.J; '
Russ.li\, 3:27: J4.; .. Nrdri Ti9A99llhllt. 1" '' 1. il' 4." )I. ..;" ,,'.t ..., ) '.. ), ,,,\, \,\ ,' '. I..(' 'r'
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.PUBLIC NOTlCIi Metis Church League


: ,; : / ....,,:." .,1.. . .; tiro flames Into the season 8tai ke'e

i : :-: I{ As provided by Chapter 197, Acts .tlt'rgn)' :: \ and the:; ,Tallector, ': will' :'; .',: ,' : :y";,,,-tie.mn.tbdeacl., church league 14 tut a three way-


; .,1, ; '. of 1974 Notice is hereby given that a'pp, :;:lo I the Circuit Cburi'for dn order h'i" i STANDINGS


';,;,;'( tangible personal'. property taxes direcffjNg' levy and seizure of the First Grace Methodist 41a i


\ : ", > ;;. H I\,,,\ assessed for .the year 1983 are ipso tdn0ie| personal property of the ,"(..'';'.'., ,New NortlHtde Itlver "'!>: *

r;. vfvdelinquent: :'' and beginning April 1 for unpaid "' eke SCan' tfi ;
; 1.. : taxpayers: taxes; penaltiesahcjvaclditional <<; ;.' d Air Park "d;

\. : !(' ; rd :t':"'.!'. Ofh taxes are Drawing interest at 18;;;:'; ;;; cost The homes of ''' i <.,'Jr.Bean" r 0411rtir


i. :; \- :f!i': :',::. percent per yar pigs the prop r" \ ':' :,delinquent personal property tciy- ;,t. : : 'I:i'':','. ItMII' ,


i \'" '; '.i ,:t ovate( cost. of publishing this" notice,' .' ". : '>"(:: payer,;: and the amounts :of taxes J includiqcj -' '; i' 'J. ..:. 'I'Tuesday,April M' '

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: \.:. ,: it..., :and delinquent, cost, Unless., tne.. ., ;':; ':. .' the cost of advertising; for the ., :.....' :, .'). ,. f?,:. 5Grec.Grace* leodlno hitter. Johnton'MO WO(los WO 3of4'wi'wlth COf It"flewRfver
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: '. >'\<;J:>'" ) 'amounts set pposite' each name ., first' anth's penalty I and ,delinquentcost : \J : a triple, McClellon. -of3 with a don-

i(. ;.:. '. .'f, I y! ;:,\:: ; ;: ; ./: :: \ i ,.ble, and horn run C.Johnson J-ol-4 with,'

I .'... below; are paid prior to the 30th. dciy 1\ :' ':' fe1of :.:'," .'1;,, .". '>"\r ''I',areas, : follows'AC"' :" ;'. ., / 'd' .."/ ,, r',,:'. 'fa', home New' run River and"leading double.hitter: Norman
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: : April' 1985 \A/arrants/ will be issued : ,'i.;,..',. ,, :',' .' :, ',..1.1/:; :',) ,
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I ROY ADKINS 1 STARKE; FL 32091 .''' .
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:Both Bradford baser-miners wer'while these pictures Were taken. :1 :: ,
Above: Rick Welch to safe at third base after sliding and forcing the ball :

: ,loose from the Union player. Union UUrdbaseman Mike Bearden. was Injured \
;'',,." on the play. 's'i *$4'*?
.Left: Gerald Brown gets back to' ,first base cafe after. a wild thrown from BNG

P 1 the Tiger catcher.,1, ,' '
Bradford rolled over Union 18-1 Thursday afternoon, then lost 10-0 In five
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innings against district champs. Clay. .\ High., Friday.' .

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Clay PU:1s: ; 10-0 Whammy f''H'- port(|..:i',;:Briefs f : 'L T ,



Fitness' Center toliostlfUn....

The Bradford Hospital Health and Fitness Center has scheduled the Bradford -
Bradford Baseballers
On Fitness Run for Saturday,May 12. The run Is co-sponsored by the

,hospital. and is offered in conjunction with National Hospital Week. Sollex
in the first Inning then another'one in A one-mile fun run is scheduled for 8:30 p.m.. First through third place
The tables turned on Bradford High the third. in the top of the fifth, .awards will be given and all finishers will receive a T-shirt.The one mile run SALE
baseballers last week during the the Thenil.ed. id seven runs to will start and finish In front of the Fitness Center.

District 8. Class 2A .tournament. 'in. polish off the Tornadoes in the fifth.inning A 5K (3.1 mile) run is set for 9 a.m.. Awards will be given to the first place ..
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Green Cove: i rolled under the 10 run isle ".overall male and female winners and first place!age group winners. In addition /SoftScrllb' as "

ThursdayThe' Tornadoes Clay went on to win the. regional to the individual awards, 'familY combined-time awards will be Eisler tH'wi -
18-) over union High in the second' championship, beating Newberry presented to the first and second'place .winners.. All 5K registrants will '
round of the tournament. rahitu.kia6.. i..
receive Bradford Fitness Run T-shirt. ,
a B Can MOllO
'with the 10 run rule 11-1 Tuesday. Now KUler
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Friday- A lifeless Tornado squad : : forms available at Chubs BH Health Center Starke Recreation adnsrs t.
the Devils will travel to Bolles for the Entry are ,. Nose NOule '
hit and fell
to
got only one Clay High '
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Department call 864-4210,
or ,
sectional championship Friday. .
championship.10-0 In five Innings, 'This, was giving the up'only'the Doug Sammohs got the only hit lo't'i' J, Spring Tennis Tournament Set for June... : iII-ra-lu- E-Z Glt'Cron' 01..11' \ STP j .
the < .
the Tornadoes during '
game.
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district loss the Tornadoes .suffered .Starke Department'aaitg( elimination Spring Tennis Tourna- ; C oilPaper :.
Tornado pitcher Richie Fender'started Recreation a \ ..'Troy w '
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during the season. : (. for the Tornadoes then was ment is set for June 1-3.There will be singles and doubles. competition in both 16 ox. Spray. Boil. .
Bradford had beaten Clay .twice .
replaced by Steve Jones in the second 'men's and women's divisions ",''#' Towel' :a.
during regular season play. The Blue inning.After two Inning at the mound?, Dealine for entry is l"riday'Ma; /'23 and the draw is set 'for'M'ay 29.. knit Towels '
also eliminated 5.0In'a Torn
Devils Keystone fee for'the tournament is for and $8 for doubles. ;
.Jones was relieved by Gerald Brown Entry $5 single' Hold.r, parb ,,"
two hitter during the second round .
Entry forms are available at the Old Arjjnory and Chub's. Trophies for .
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and In the Union High game Thursdaythe J
of
the tournament. Keystone ;Clay':. Tornadoes amassed nine runs: in' first and second places will be provided,; Bra.w Metal. Polish .
split during regular season play IPFICPMiCrGlade
'of then
the bottom the.flrstInning,
In the Blue
BHS-Clay gamo'the'
controlled the remainder of the game Smoke Away Deodorizer\ Nose
Devils opened the game with.two.runs ,
win.
for the 18-1
'' ;;Lipton>> : Tea Tournament Set...., Koolsr Can HoldersBall hit.1

1'1 All-Sports! (Club !Meeting Set MajrBthi.:., ? 'The Lipton Iced Team mixed doubles tournament. .is set for the weekend of 'EM'':' 1 ,
June 1823. Finals will be held the 23rd. '< ; .<
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,, A meeting of the Bradford' .AlI-' ,port's Club, is set May 8 at the Western steer There must,be one person on the team from Bradford County. t, ,. Brand Mason Gaps .' w/IWs.: t \
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Steak House. /i 1 ; ".,1' M Registration is at the Old ArmoryjMonday through Friday 8:30-12:00: : and 1p.m. > '. < '; .,.

The meeting .Is set for 1:30 p.'m) and 6:30 for those who want to eat. This, \1 to 5:30 p.ifl.i Deadline is June 15 for registration. ',',, ; L &;Jo'lls ((2'pII.i) '
Screws ..
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will be the last meeting of the club with Bob Shannon as President. t ",. .; "Fee' fdr'tne tournament, $a per team. Ball will be supplied] for the finals 'i +; ,r ,

'N Tha Spring,Sports :Banquet is set for May 15. !ftt the Starke Golf.aridtry CouitM r onlyOfficial: ball for this year's tournament is Wilson; Winners of the event f ..;..,,: ", """ii.J'. ,(.' h, ._',\_ .' .. '\ ". r. J ;. ". '

Club," ,.IL,,,,,.. ; ,- ':/,;,..' :....a ':' W fc:? tt will advance1 to'the sectionalleveli!nV'M' a" *U' *.*>"""-
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( PATRICK G. MICHAELS.. "'NOTICE 'I regitter" told .flctltlo-- :Number, 1-3534, I. pen' ALL CLAIMS ,required WITHIN TKfmMONTHS

I'll Legal NoticesNOTICE f 1 ,"< '..' ',",: r Husband .Of ACTION. .. name under the. ding In the Circuit Court DEMANDS; AND OBJIO FROM THE
and aforesaid itatute.Dated for Bradford County, TIONS''' NOT SO FILED DATE ,OF; THE >FIRST
t BRENDA FAYE TO: MANCY BROWN.Jr. this 25th day of '.Florida 'Probate Division WILL BE FOREVER BAR PUBLICATION OF; THIS

party Ira the ,.business Is NOTICE, MICHAELS I Wife ., Residence'' Unknown. April. A.D., 1984, In the" address for RED. V NOTICE....,'file with the.

OF INTENT as follow.: KEVANIE OF ACTION t,, YOU \/RE NOTIFIED Bradford. .County. which I I. Post Office Box Date of.( the first, clerk of the obov* court
( : NOTICE OF SUIT that '
TO REGISTER CORPORATION 100%vDaldiat .".I., an action- for 5/034tpd 5/24 B,,Starke, Florida 32091 publication of this Noticeof a written statement of
,HO PROPERTY
DISSOLUTION OF
FICTITIOUS NAMESTATEOFFLORIDA : Daytona TO* GttM; > 1\ :AIKEN .v : .MAR ., ,The ,.raonat representative '''Administration: 3'; on/. 'claim or: 'demand
.
RIAGE'hm been .. ..
filed.
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7 ; -i' "', '; Beach: ;!'Florida this 5lh< r DAVIS' 'Adcl.....: Rte;?,' 'TO: PATRICK; G. and lor. .' ; of the .*tot. I I. May 1984, they may hove. Each
day of April 1984. Box 47l-B'Asheboro' MICHAELS, addre servo'you"'or[ required of to CARL 'D. HAILE whose. CARL, D. HAILS, 'P.,. claim must be (writing

COUNTY Of BRADFORD- '' '' KEVANIE CORPORATIONBv N.C. 27203. "unknown. written> {* defenses copy, If your, NOTICE )addres It 802 N, Oak sonal Representative of ,and must 1 Indian*' rite
:John E. Miller,Jr YOU ARE NOTIFIED YOU ARE HEREBY 'Ito '19 '(\.n petitioner any UNDER FICITIOUS 'Street,; Starke, Florida ESSIE HOLLAND. Deceos'ed. bails for the claim, the.

MORRIS .B. WILLIAMS' .C" ,SwlfyPre.id.nlaed: that ''an 'fiction ,for;! NOTIFIED that cm action GLORIA: BROWN P.O. NAME LAW 32091'The' name and oddraw name and address of the
.
hereby gives notlc. that' / ; "+_' 1 Director, Dissolution of.Marring.has for dissolution of ,mar- Box I5, ..owtey. Florida, .of the" personalrepresentative's ., RICHARD E..WEtlY 954 creditor or, hisagent or
I, ... .Intends to register: t:" /19,4Ich 5/10. be.n.fil.d'agolnstyou : rlage ha* been flied 32059: ; Off or before May TO WHOM IT MAY. at- N Temple Avenue, P.O. attorney,"' and ,-th*'
with, the Clerk of th* Cir> '.", and you are required:, against you and you are ,'7. 1984, and file the CONCERN: ;itorney or. set forth Box '995 Starke, Florida amount claimed tt the
'VlOTICE
cult Court for ,.Bradford !( ; to serve a copy of your required to Notice Is hereby given below. 'claim I I. not du.. nW
serve
|! .,' INTENTIONTO a copy original. fifth the clerk of ; 32091.: (9049648050.) Attorney yet
County Florida, the fictitious OF written defense to It,. If ,of your written defenses. this,court either beforeservice that 'the undersigned. All person having for PersonalRepresentative. dot when It will becom*
name of SANDPIPER any.' on the Petitioner,. If any to It, on' the plaintiffs on petitioner or pursuant to the "f Icltlou- claim* or demands ,due shall be ,stated If
IMPORTS and to FICTITIOUS NAME O3ELIA':\ LORIANNE ,' 'attorney whole Name Statute'', House claim
Immediately thereafter; against the estate are !S/Q32ttho3/10, the Is contingent or
engage In business under DAVIS, who. address I '. nom.:: and address I.' otrterwli* a judgement Dill No. 1175 Chapter required WITHIN THREE' ....-. : ,' unliquidated, the nature
that fictitious nem* with, Pursuant to j S.ctlon Pos< Office Bo* '132,,; Dudley, P. Hardy.s P.A., will[ be .entered for the No, 865:09. Caws of MONTHS., FROM THE IN THE CIRCUIT of the uncertainty shall,
a principal place' 'of; 865.09' Florida Statutes, Brocket Plorido:32832,, 'P.O. Drawer 1030 relief demanded: In- the Florida 1941. 'will.register 'DATE OF THE FIRST COURT FOR ,be: stated. If the claim ts .
b njn.ss at SOT notice 1. hereby giventhat on or before June 5, Starke, Florida' 33091. '
Highway petition. with the Clerk of 'PUBLICATION OF THIS BRADFORD COUNTY.
North. StarkeFlorida .the undersigned 1984, and file ,the ,((904)) .964-5701, and file WITNESS my hand andIhe the Circuit Court. In and ,.eeured",. the securityshall
file the
..Alan the NOTICE to with FLORIDA be described. The,
Hutcheson1MB h original with Clerk' of '
the original with 'M '
32091..DUDLEY teal I of this Court on for Bradford County', clerk of the above court PROBATE DIVISION'CASENO. ''claimant shall' deliver
.
Clark. Street Stark., this Court either btorl ;;
P, HARDY P#i clerk of the above styled'Court "
sole : April 3, 1'184. Florida upon rec.lpt? of 111"written statement of 84-32-CP sufficient. .of the
By John H. Jones., Florida' 32091. service,on the Petitioner on or before May'' ;cop "; ,
Gilbert
S. Brownr''O.rkof
.doing business : 11W; proof of the publication claim demand FILE NO 1-3535 claim totIe clerk. to
Etqulr.Of Causal owner, or" Immediately'' 31,, ,1984; otherwise a ;'' the Court"By any or ;
P.O. Drawer 1030, under th"* firm name of thereof' <; Othvrwls .. 'judgement may b.' (' Whitehead of this notice the flotltlou hey may have. Each enable the clerk to moll'
(9)96457o1) "'GIFT *> IDEAS AND Default, will l b* entered entered ogalnityou lot Faye' N. name to wit: :claim-mutt be In writing In Re: Estate of on* ''copy to- each personal
Clerk
t frrjJ
t f ; >Wis Deputy
''1 Attorney for WHOLESALE CO., 1MB against you for the relief the-r.U.f demanded In 'i r d"/12' tchIll5/00 POUNDS WILLIAMS "and !must Indicate the ESSIE HOLLAND, I representative. ,
Registrant191IFhg Clark ''Street',Starke p' ,-demanded' In. the! ,..f.tl.\t (he ;'complalnt 'or petl ,4T' ; CONSTRUCTIONMANAGEMENT baslt for the claim, the Deceased. ', All person Interested

; f t 610d Florida 32091. Intends to' tlon. tlon:' :.+ 1'NoTICI name and address of the Jo the estate to''who; a
register"' sold fictitious WITNESS my hand and({ WITNESS my hand and 'Y 'Of under which we aid creditor or his agent or NOTICE Of' .copy of this Notice of Administration '
d NOTICE. J", noro. ,'; '""d.r'' the the Seal of this Court on, > 't.\ teal 1 of aid Court.on1 .,\. } .ir.LlCA.TIO'. t' engaged In bu.In.*.. We attorney, and the ADMINISTRATION .. hasr been
OF INTENTIONTO aforesaid statute.i 'thii'.the,23rd' day, 'of.. ," April 26. 1984. -3/30/1984. MORRIS expect to engage In 'amount claimed.' If the mailed' ore required.
REGISTER [ i Dated this 19th day ofAprll.iv April; t9W; ) *. > S -On business at 347 North ALL HAVING
GILBERT PERSONS
BROWN : BOX claim.I le not yet due.;? the TO 'WiTHIN THREE' MONTHS''
RT. 2.
FICTITiqUS NAME .A.D: ? 19..... 'In As Clerk of the Court, A* Clerk of told Court CARTER. Church Street In the City'of .date when II will become CLAIMS' OR FROM THE DATE OF THE
: Fl 3209J,
Pursuant to'/Section: ,Bradford, County' GilBERT S. MOWN k ,,', ,. By: Beulah, Moody ajaS mod" STARKE'f for Starke. Florida; due?,shall be stated. If DEMANDS AGAINST FIRST PUBLICATION Of:
843.09j Florida Statutes ..:',: "I". ''!264tpd511131 By. ; hu'ohMoodv'Deputy CJerk '' .S, Ai Deputy Clerk42645chg517 'W ''t.\* oppllcotlon Ule permit That the parties, ln notice fti 1 ,, In od! business 'unliquidated the natureof OTHER PERSONS'INTERESTED objection: _thy"
la.hereby given -..... .i264tchg/, 3-84-OQ176 for an 'may
that the undersigned. dolly enterprlte, are a* : .uncertainty shall IN THE ESTATE. have that challenge the

Steve":Cubbedge, 1317 NOTICE: '" ......;rr4 \t'f J'oIj ly ,., I, ., -- withdrawal average ( of 0.1459 follow.'t"v. .. b.''stated. If the claim' I I. YOU ARC HEREBY; validity of the dcdnf
Handing St.j\ Slorke;' Fl: dayfrom POUNDS WILLIAMS, ''secured, the iecurlty 'GIVEN 'that the administration -. wlll.,th* cjualMlcathMM, ; of
REGISTER NOTICE ,i x 'NOTICE million gallons per
; sOF
I j :
.. CONSTRUCTION '
'of
32091, solo_.'/\ 1nfI .' ''j' water shall,, be described. The the the p rooal rvpreten--,
OF '
ground .
;I'iFICTniOUSNAME INTENTION .
business under the firm; "d '. : INTENTION ,' located( Section. 35,' MANAGEMENT.. (A claimant ',holl deliver state 'of ESSIE to...,.or.the -_ or
ftGm* .;:of CUBMOGE'S '" REGISTER TO REGISTER In General Partnership)4 of' HOLLAND deceased,
I Pursuant' to' Section fiCTITIOUS* NAMe '.. 't' h. >i FICTITIOUS NAME Town.hlp 03 South ', sufficient copies the ]uri dlction of the court.'AIL' .''
REMODELING! CABINET.SHOP \ '863.09,. Florida Statutes, By: JIM W. POUNDS JR., claim/ to the clerk toenable Case Number B4-32-O'.HV; > CLAIMS;
,
,1209 N.. Temple I"': f i $J> ./ \Kanpi.2Eo.t Bradford and HAROLD WILLIAM ,ond File Number i 350sX AND
notIce l lei hereby given' Pursuant. 'Section' Pursuant 'to Section County; Florida 'for,, the clerk to mall < t SMAN05.; OBJ6C-(
Avenu, .Intends'o,Stork..FL' that the :undersigned, ,,865.09, Florida Statutet,, 86509.. Florida Statute. agricultural u.e*. 5/034tpdS/24 on* copy to reach per. I.I pending I In the Orculf'; '?IONS .NOT' SO FHfiO!
32091 \ Jacqofyn J. Hill ,".O. sonal representative,' Court for Bradford County Will Bf FOREVER ,
.register' 'sold'' fictitious notice I Is hereby:given. notice Is hereby4 given Written objection or'comment ... SAIU,;
r under theeforasalrt Box 361,,: Storke,,,Florida that the undersigned., 'that the undersigned. (r- *, on 'thl.dpo, -- All person Interestedlr Florida Probate DMMV -, 1IfO' ; ; .

name ,,. i 30091, sale' owner doing Franklin C.M. Llan.2017 >ol' J. Srown,>,P.O. Box ,plica**.n' may be filed ,, IN THE CIRCUIT .! the state towho a *!< the address for Oat of, th- first''
tatutv .business under the firm 'N. copy of this Notice of Administration which Is Post OHIce'lleui"I. \ of Plot ce'
Dated HKs 17t4tdw of T." Ave:, Stark. ;:: 487, lawtey. Florida 'wlih;" the Governing COURT FOR publication this :
April, A.B.419.4 lr< I Bro4\ non'. .of" J.J.'s DATING. ,Florldo. 32091 ,, sol. 93038 ole owner doing r Boar. al the SuvronnNIMvar'vWot.r BRADFORD. COUNTY ha been Stork., Florida' 33091.- of "clmlnl.trotlo"3"" !
I '' : .S.vR: *.0.; Box 31, .own-r...,..... .b"aln_ business under the firm .' FLORIDA mailed :are 'required. .The personal representative
fardCountyti Manage'nN '
: ,
..n\ v "'fIo. fl rl4a 32091. Ino' unoW rtw flrrn CARfclBCAN MONTHS of'' tM'esfaterh Gift p.HM'rer.naaf :, .
S4/114tpd 514FicpTfI8U nonve ofSF.dsPN000WMOmt name of lcVRoute3.i; PROBATE DIVISION; ( WITHIN THREE ; .
.I .tdr.Wt r laid ftc- : : REMODELER :A NO' "* Oak Ft, CASE NO.84-31-0' FROM THE DATE OF THE CARL D.;'HAILE- who**' ...__t..;. of dEsS
; ',;tlus'nam) under the ,, HWy.il'101 l ..N.. '.!fftorft.. BUILDER Intends, '"to". l' ..i; Slll FILE NO. 1-3934 FIRST flUeUCAT/ON/ OF address I.I 802,,.N. Oak : .M 1LAPHl. Oeceas
Of rafonsoM statute. wt" Plorld.' inronds ''to'' aid '' fictitious ;1IIIIID, ", '5/21/1984. : THM to Ille' Street, ..Stark. 'Florkla., .( ,'' '
register NOTICE
of,' .. ,! ,'- 5/03 any ,** imc14, ,! 4 ;
: ....' day 'tchg
TO DtttsjH 19th ragteter. \\W:; jktitloun under > hoforetofd ..: :' and
address ofth
name t $ Estate of obectlan| ; they may The name n'1MElw,Wet: .1"1:
.. In Re:
A. t" ;: in .
la" D.s ': 'I name 'vnd.r fheA.O. statutes 'M S -':: ,ofv'<: ; 1 hove that challenge theyolldltyof *' personal'represen' N'Tms Avenv*P.G ,
FRANK GREEN. -
County .,...., of "', -. | ,
this 5th
'It JIIIII\I.t.\ Dated day the decedent' tative's set
attorney ore Box 99L N.rk.'Fkwidr
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'Mo'i kE"f18 >\\'I 4t:'i' ../2tpd5At1''' '' 1 ; Deceased. .
herebym : : .. 'Oat.4' 9th ,, h
; dvy' 0( April. rA.O.i r W.,, In. a will the qualification! *of, forth below; 9Baelg4( $) 41108RAt. +; ;:i
.n "'t" \ kprIl. <, 4"sffOTICE '
19W County/ -
In Bradford ,
.., MM wmNRE cfJON. -. OA. "' <'" ,"i-I..o..; Bradford 4/124tp45/03 .,INTENTION NOTICE OPADMINISTRATION the personal ''representative AH persona having'cialml torneylAor: ;' ".,*'.'naf;, '. ::\;

dssirIng. to........,. ''t<4w' ;;''''lN THE'ORCU1T, County. ;." 1 IIEGISTEIt'Ous ; or the venue or or demands, Rpre.e, tathre.' 'r:t
,, ,4/)24) pel /03, urtdlctlan I nf( the court. against the estate are ,8/03 2tchg /;.i "
iMifis' under rhlHnOWS. '" ''V "! fe COURT OF THB .....:., .. -- NAME | .
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VMnMi Or Pour T* .1.".''''' tfcOHTH\ JUDICIAL, 4 ---t' S ,,.'k ;:,/. TO All' PERSONS HAVING ," I'J
Coffins Co. al 428 Norm' CFRCUIT.IN lp a IN, THE CIRCUIT ,". Section, CLAIMS OR "hO r
Pnlnuta, : 'Drive; ,. '" \ :=CIRCUIT' .COURT Of :.....rldo Stotwtei,1: DEMANDS AGAINST '',\tF!
Day,.... ...., Fluttdnninds ."'1BI. ; .\i MAOFOROCOUMY' ",rteMMt hereby given ABOVE ESTATE AND AU? ':( \

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Bradford 4-H Club's Special Events Day: ; Norton kept a close eye! on the proceedings while

., Entertainment 'twas provided by the ,t ti Blaine Hun-ton gave! a demonstration tractor .
clownsC(front row,'left'to right); Jill Strickland ,1 Y t 4 safety ir: : r'.t< ; ;.", _
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TheAihombro. Dinner Thatr pr...nt s the musical Keystone Heights Community Church: Educational Building. ';; ; \ of' nature's 'most dramatic time*;. ; :; :the sun and Its eclipse. As the moon
through'May 12 at the thvatro Jacksonville B ach. Friday Items to b. submitted may be brought to educational 1'r ..events, a solar eclipse,' will occur on The. ,Astronomical Leagues;reports; slowly crosses in front of the sun, you
and Saturday night:' door* op.n at 6 p.m.. buff.t at 6:45 p.m. building Thursday May 3.' > ., Wednesday May 30, .The first time that; tha eclipse will cross 'directly can see It all happen-,. ,;.
pvffarmanca at ':15 p.m. Saturday matin*, door op.n at Proceeds will be used to support t" hrlne hospltals.Inn j the eclipse will be noticable should be i iI through'the southeastern United The society cautions thatpeoqle using >
11:30 a.m. bulf.t noon; performance at 1 ::15 p."" .Ticket* or. -, 'around 10:50: a.m. The time that it will States, and will be in partial '\ ew' this method should not look at the
$17.50 Tuesday through Thursday. Sunday 1950. Friday and,. rag.ncy Council Meeting.,. The Interagency council be most noticeable should be around throughout the rest of the continental ,,eclipse through the pinhole.' Similarly -
i y Saturday; .venina, : $15' $Saturday motln** ((1- 41-1212)? meeting will be held May 10 at noon at the Western Steer In 12:20p.im According the the National U.S.Y Hawaii and Puerto Rico. photographers shooting this event.
..JuGHe/%%&#*. '; : ,: -" ,. 1--: $tork.. '. ,. fli.i'I ::!A ,/ Society to Prevent Blindness Florida At about ll'a.m. the moon's sbadow:;/ are cautioned toJook) at the sun,
Band CoM"... will b* hld' on Thursday....';I"g. ',,'&W: ;. i. 'r'y. .Affiliate,the safest ways to watch this .will', race northeastwards' at 1,400- :through their' camera; viewfinder/%.
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May 3, _li:30, p.m. Admission I. li... .' ( rk( Hippodrome Film Club features a variety of films el a contemporary -: t < lat.mornlng'.event'.are; 'by. indirect mile per: hour beginning ,in'Loui
: t f/t WMiI' I.' II %" .""' nature each Friday and Saturday night at the Hippodrome -;;; viewing, on televison, or at.a profesVsionaUy siana crossing Mississippi,Alabama,' The societyna's printed instructions
uttlart faintly ..Cfcamlw el Comn .rca SldwoHc. hlo.';.: will' ..SS SE 2nd ,Place'. 'In Gain..vill.. a,'' :, sponsored eclipse watch Georgia. the Carolinas and Virginia on. safe ellipse vtewiag.; t
bo.hold' ort Sotvrduy.11 May 5,.at bu.mo.>.s'all over Union' l and reach the-'Maryland shore, Jess ,free cony;' 'write'Irtt uil Society yq
County. .Bargain.; up (o 00 percent off will be found along me Judo daMes will be held Monday and Thursday night In" 1'Viewing' the"exlipM directly,can. than one hour later. '.. Prevent BUndnesa, Florida Affiliate,1
: sidewalks and patron can r.4lat.rfa a FREE $100 drawing the Keystone He4ght High, School cafeteria.Junior classes, ..be dangerous, says Herbert T. To view,the eclipse b1 Uy'the; ,' .3741 Neptune Street,Tampa;Fl "see'
; 01 .1!. p-t !,q ,. .1( will be held from 6:30 p.mi 7:30 p.", :and senior classes GoetschTus, president of the Florida Society recommends, following: telepl\ofle'1'3) 2S1-0977." All requests
H from lI3O.p.mt.- 8:30 p.m. Call473ot:more Information. Affiliate. "When you look at the sun; .1...'Get,two. sheets of(,,whltecar'd., should: be''acconlpanledby' selfaddreaiedS
: lulu+ Homecoming.. (, be held on, "'rcloY. May 5, with ''a'V: : < your'eye's. lens focuses the intense 'board.. '. .stampwly,.bualneN-ateec
want. beglrinlritf at 10 a.m. Art old fashioned good time will 'Iij'/t'; / light on the retin4-Ulat dilicate layer 2.'Make a pinhold. in"O, .. / envetope'V' > "i,
f be''enjoyed with hog-calling, iog-sawing and good-..oting.Cork. Aerobla CI..... are'' being off.r.d' Monday, and 'of. cells at the'back the.eye that. one of them./ For iafonnattao about profeuionaXIy
: out to the Lulu 'homecoming SR.100, north of take Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m., and 7:90 p.....,. and.on11, sends visual image to the brain." S, Stand with the sun at your beck.' sponsored eclipse watches; coatact.local :
.; Butler.t Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 p.m at the Keystone Height", .. {'The retina does not feel painYou'don't 4. With,one sheet of cardboard in4 planetariums ;>r.sclenct.museums. ..
Os ., ,/ Woman's Club.: Call 473-3784 for further Information''i. .' I know it4s being burned. But it, 'each hand hold the sheet .with the ... .. .' .', ,
i .. .. Ioi..ld..Cart j jAmble .can be, at the center of your field that the shines .,, EetaWtabed" Nrttewil'Society : ,
UCHS .... RanejHet ,..will/ bo held at the : i 4*' very pinhole so sun through-1 i i,M "I\, .
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munity Center lake Butler at 7 p.m. on Monday;May 7. UC daises 'are sing offered ,In Lake Butler.. 'an Mangy' I .of, vision. And nothing, can be, "Intone, the hole onto the other 8heet.t., '. to'Preve>W,Itfnl**** to' fee; v ;r:

:: Athlete* ond cheerleaders_.... ,will be_ admitted free,Gusts! ad day and Thursday oft.rnoons at 430. p.m. In room 1368 at Intuit it I"? T* : 5.5.Adjusttb{ 'sheetsU; > focus.th' ;oldest'w..to>y hetsMh Mjt y notionally -* '..
miuionti.l5. Union County High School: Morning chwsei begin Wednesday -' ; Unlike the totaiecH|eti"olfll7l'thle'May's light.. (You can change the size of the, engaged in preventing bUn*': I'

:. June 1) at 9:30: a......,Cell. 964.5078 for Information, T eclipse will be. annuUr.'Even image by changing the distance between ,, DeII8!through a CRRllnIt ssJ5 8. '
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will beheld moon 'croM the sheets.) .. ..am l .. -c; .
", Denclng... Beginning In May square dancing 8' Keystone Nlghtowls... Night Version of Homemakers Club'mat. ;suns' an outer ring or annulus of the 'B V.Nnwr; by looking nt"the bottom)* '1Md .. prof.i ill lt: IIIhiIoet lied., .. :
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I! ih second Thursday second Tuesday of sash month at 7:30: p.m et First nuh's atmosphere will be visible at.all. "'sheeti you cau nee an exact bnag of r (.reaearch. ; Iri '. r.t\ ':''''
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k'i; Orcmgs| tt.vCallw'h;; Jim Duncan yisltor*, ..weleome. ." ., __ .' "" 'C' 'I,..", ......' ,, ; .......'..'"I\.J, "' ; : "
f, hblmn.amdgttcing.l.! :14 ,;; fAereMa Keystone Height Boy Scout Troop lo1"mats oV I Keystone's, / b jI ? ''y .J r' '' 1'"':'.I 111'1!", l ,

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-i Monday Wednetdoy and Friday' 19 through May 11. Classe* tterke Soy Scout Troop 7d meets front 7'..:30"p." ".>. each r b rP i ;1 a. ,

iJ. are. ssxwwofed by'. !Bradford Hospital l Center for; fl ahh'and Tuesday In the, scout hut behind the. tennis courts on,Pr Otf-/ Don't Lookt...
1! Wtn***. Ctose'wr: free to comprehensive member Street In Stark. ", :
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r the forrtnh House lnet......) and social function A weekly dance% l Is being .held an.each" ... 14 '
Boy Scastt Troop 109 each Tuesday of? p.m. ..,,, frldoy night' at the Women's Club;locateif two block*. south ft,
1x Cub S..iB '''.lof eW Monday night" .. of 6:30 p.m. ,' ", .1pf: the traffic light on 5th ......,. *' ;";-.LiIt JlS'f'\ ,XJti"'r ,'r ;;?
Browe.rwt: MBMfcy at 3 p.m.; ._ // ,irednedoy '. ,,'f! For more Infutloft\on> the'co&( and soltal'rrv.nw I .;cott.' tf
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Local physician Dr. J.W. Patray, Requirements call for members to Members become eligible fo4e. U. of F. medical school) in 1960. He Beth, graduates this year from The Patray's older daughter, bRiar
keeps up with the latest In medical advances complete a minimum of 150 hours of election at the end of the third year continued at Shands Teaching Florida State University In Ann} Is a graduate from F.S.Ut.! and
by continuing education accredited continuing. medical study following their ,election to. niember-- Hospital in'Gainesville,for two years Tallahassee' and' plans to enter works in the computer field.
through active membership in the every three years. ship in the Academy. :> J; in post graduate work serving his In- medical school there next year. After :Their only son,Jim,is presently
American Academy of Family Physi. The Academy the country's second ternship and residency in Pediatrics. one year, she plans to transfer to the tending Santa Fe Community College
cians, the national association of "I've actually completed close to largest national medical association, He then went into practice In University of Florida to complete her in Gainesville and plans to transfer' to
family doctors. 500 hours," said Dr. Patray. was the first national medical group Starke, during which time he began medical education. the U. of F. next year.

-- .... _.I.lJ__'" J ... --ow to require members to keep up\ with switching from pediatrics |la family .'
medical through II
progress continuing practice
education. ",; From there he spent one year in
n The Academy, founded in 1947 and Public Health In Jacksonville, during Frame some ;
headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., which time he and his family moved ," i, '
was Instrumental in the establish- to Keystone Heights. He opened his for: Mom! :' &(r ;
memories
,ment of a new primary specialty family practice at'first on a part- ,
family practice in 1969. The new time, evening )hour basis, here In ,,I II
specialty Is expected to, increase the Keystone Heights nine } This yean! frame some of Mom's. favorite family "
numbers of family physicians\ After a very short time, his practice I photos for the gift only you can give!Choose froma I'',. t
available to serve the public In the became full time and has continued of sizes regularly priced front$12.50 to' '
variety ,j jI
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future. The Academy's continuing on that basis ever since.
sale for$8.00 to$25.00.
education program is the foundation "It is a pleasure to be In Keystone I :, $30.00, now on 'i
of eligibility for the family doctors: Heights," said Dr. Patray, Wand it.is 'I i ir .:
now in practice who apply for certification made t" !
? more so by my crew: Mary .
f '4i in the new specialty. ,;',i Redfearn has been 'my nurse for '" P "
"There are several to ,. :; I J Ja.
he
ways satisfy.) seven years, said. Receptionistsare ., ;
the requirements of the Academy Mildred Howe and Paulino Hoffman if
.
said Dr. Patray, noting that these include '
attending various medidal) Dr. l .,. tr
Patray not the only doctor in : ,- ,
i seminars and taking Family Practice his family. His wife, JoAnri, holds a .
; Journal tests. He says he subscribesto PhD and is an associate professor at ,. ;
:i- other material that also offers the University of Florida College of -' IY II ,
0 credit hours and has set his 1
tip own Nursing at the branch office' in
self-education program.Dr. Jacksonville. ;
Patray received his medical The couple has three children, one : ,
degree from the University of Floridaf of which plans to pursue the medical r tCUdt 1 4 ii r ',.' ,'I I I
f first tIna tn graduate from the profession. Their
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weekend of May 25-27 at the Lake River Band (Sat.-Sun.), Southern '
Butler Bluegrass Park on SR-121, one Star Bluegrass (Sat.-Sun.), Danny
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mile south of Lake MAY SALE'
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Saturday; May 26$7; and Sunday, park has plenty of shade .
May 27- $5. Children's tickets are $1 food concessions on the grounds and FIRE-TOOTH*
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""jl ,Pot Plane' Downed Keystone IN r r"q' S + Ii


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Drug traffickers wrecked their transmitting in the area of the The oWner of the aircraft has not
t twin-engine' Cessna 310 on the east Keystone Airport led law enforce been positively Identified, said Red
',' west runway of the Keystone Airport' ment authorities from Clay and Brad dish.
Monday April 30) around 8 p.m., ford County and U. S. Customs to'the Investigating the wreckage
after unloading a quarter of a million downed plane Tuesday morning. authorities found seats were removed
'j dollars of marijuana, apparently left Sheriff Dolph Reddish stated that embed
no from the plane and marijuana .l i 9 fngy
for a pickup man. persons were found on or near the aircraft ded In the carpet.A search of the area 1 Yh /
Bales of marijuana were found Just and It does not appear at this revealed the marijuana off the main
off the main runway across from the time that anyone was seriously, In- runway. /
airport hanger divided into ''three jured in the crash. Street value of the 800 Its. of marijuana
stacks.The 36 boxes were all wrapped Indications are that the plane lost Is estimated to be$250,000.The .
in brown paper and, camouflagedunder powerln one of its engines while attempting marijuana is In the,possession of U.S.
dead branches. to take off and veered off the. Customs

,'"ti s ''Emergency-.- ..Ign..1fn.r! <<'f''II". runway Into a wooded area. The case Is still" under Investigation. .t


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Two Men ArrestedFor Young was stopped on US-301 north Holloway' was released on his own
of Lawtey "i'( .
recognizance. '
Clay Burglaries Bond for the charge was set at$200,,'

".'Several April burglaries within the Young was released after. a surety, Robert Edward Melton, 24,of Brad

:',. city limits of Keystone Heights re- bond was posted. ford County was arrested April 26 and a$ r,. ,,
charged with driving under influence w n '?
main unsolved'! but according to Clay
Sherifk'a'investigator Lee Cleveland of Ocala: was and driving while license suspended, 4 d
:' County. Mike arrest
April 28 and charged with according to Trooper B. Williams..
Taylor, an intense effort js being
while intoxicated and refusing -
made to clear the crimes. driving Bond for the charge was set at$500,
to sign the citation, according to
Melton was released after a surety
'
According to Taylor, the most recent Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. : bond I
was posted
burglary occured Tuesday night Cleveland's blood alcohol contentwas
April 24 between the hours of 9 p.m. '.!$ Bond for thecharges
percent.
and midnight at a residence on OrioleSt. Robert Roy Hester;36,of Keystone
set at$300. Cleveland was released
was
Heights was arrested April 27 and
across from the library.
on his own recognizance April:$,d. charged with '
driving while'intoxIcated
Taylor said that Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Photo by Linda Wharlon:
ward and refusing to sign the citation
ProkopowlcZ were home at the
time of the burglary and were lookingat Randy Garland Thomas of Maxville charged according to Chief John Hodges. ;Jot Plane! Crashes... alledged pot): plane which did,notniaketake-, ff.after,
arrested
28 and '
was April ; Bond for the charges was set at .
TV in the living when of unloading pot at Keystone Airport.
; entered their bedroom someone the with driving while license suspended 1000. Heaters was released on his Clay County investigator, Bob,Aired standing at site :
through DavidGoodner
according 'to: Corporal
window. Jewelry was taken and stuffed own recognizance.

Earlier into a pillowcase.in,April,Perrett's Taylor Bait said.Shop. Thomas Bond for was the released charge was after set at a $200.cash Starke.Charles was Roger arrested Williams April. Jr.27, 21 and, of 7 Phone Center Started for Missing ChUdren.,1

broken into hole in
,) was by tearing a a bond ." ,
was posted. charged with driving'while intoxicated 't
rear .door. Fishing reels were taken 'The Florida of Law
/ Department last few of
minutes the broadcast
and water was let out of the live bait Hector Gilbert Brown, Jr. of Max Langston., according to Trooper Enforcement and the Adam Walsh "Viewers were shown' 'pictures of 49 tional) police computer network to the
wells,resulting in the loss of over$200 ville was arrested April 28 and charged Williams' blood alcohol content was ,Child Resource Center of, Fort missing children. appropriate law enforcement. .agencies
worth of fish. There were several with driving while intoxicated and Lauderdale announced that the two The :
.09 percent. Bond set at $300. center for handling the expected
was ,
breaking ,and enterings reported to !:) established tern-. Thirteen children: were located as a
organizations have a '
while license suspended, ac- '
driving Williams was released ,on ,t his own 10,00015,000 calls will be at
the result of the first of"Adam"
have occured in the Park of Palms airing on
t cording to Lt,'William Tlllotson., recognizance. > j; porary operations headquarters to the Florida Department of Law En October '
area also. Brown's blood alcohol content was handle calls from around the,country forcement's headquarters' in 10,1983.The
Two men have been charged with .1$ Bond for the charges wan about missing children. The move, '''Tallahassee. Florida Department of; Law
percent. Alexander M.:Coulter;Jr:of Starke, Volunteers from FDLE, Enforcement's
state-funded
several burglaries, which occurred set at $500 total Brown was releasedon was arrested May 1 and charged with ? "which' Is being made in conJunction'liwith :the Adam ,Walsh Child Resource'' Missing
within the last two months in the Big the re-broadcast of the TV movie"Adam" Children Information Clearing house,
his Center and
recognizance,
several local
own 'driving while intoxicated : law enforce-
according the
Tree Lakes areas. .. is being funded by the U. S. ment only one of its kind in the country
to Corporal Goodner: agencies from around Florida
;," Gary Preston Bankhead,29,of Fort Dorothy Yvonne' Holloway of Coulter was' .stopped'' on US-301 Department of Justice's, Office of will be manning 40 phone lines:The vides'began the operating in 1982. MCIC between pro-
link
connecting
McCoy in Marion County was charged Lawtey .was'arrested April 28 and Juvenile Justice. phone center will also
north lof' Lawtey his blood; alcohol remain active
) Florida's local: law enforcement
on'three counts of burglary and The movie"Adam" shown locally agencies -
,
charged with driving while license content was.18 percent. for several months at the request of
two counts of grand theft."He's ''April 30, is the story of the 1981 disappearance and the National Crime Information
be suspended, according to Trooper W, Bond for the charge was set at$300. Justice Department officials Center :computer The Clearinghouse
believed to for
responsible and murder of six-year-old
D. Langston. Viewers
call
Coulter was released'after cash may 1-800-342-0821 to
five or six burglaries in the Big Tree Bond for the charge was set at$200. bond was posted." ', :; a ','Adam Walsh of Hollywood Florida. reach the phone center. will accept information on
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Lakes area' Keystone Heights," ;,After their son, was killed, the Any information about missing any' missing child regardless'of the
.
'" circumstance.The
said Taylor. ',fj IWalshes committed themselves to increasing children around the country phoned
',' "Three of these burglaries have' 4 I '! ,public:.awareness about the.problem.During into the center will be' sent Immediately -
been cleared from the Tree Lakes 1-800-342-0821 number became
Big the
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J missingchildren for action the
area and we are currently working in' ; i4. through na active April 30 at 10 p.m.STARKE .
conjunction with the Marion County, Jane's c gGroomingKingIey 1 &-
I Sheriff's office to recover the stolen : .. "-

'1 j items," Taylor added. f.'i....(. "
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.'f: Bankhead was arrested in GUchrist '
County and was issued a capias from, Lake'- 133.2113 ( : CHRYSLER
Clay County'on April 10. ; _
James R. Leavins, who was ar- PLIf AI lBTHIcme
rested 'and being detained in the -"ALL BREEDS11S .

Duval County. Jail was charged by, ..,." i DODGE
;; Clay County with the burglary of the ,. "

Roger Weaver residence. on Im- S-OPEN: "MONDAYSATURDAYIF ,.,' ,t"I, ,.; '(Mi'*"*' ,f'
'S, mo kal lee >Bpad,. A5.Jk ; : iTaylor i 1Zt .If'jI \ I ; .
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., Best Backed Cars &
Items taken in the Big Tree Lake, : DODGE 4x4.,
burglaries included jewelry, fire : TrucKs in
BuIlt America.
arms, fishing tackle, camera equipment Large rime RV tires, 11.5 wide, chrome rims,

"", Taylor and said chain that saws.since these arrests Back By Popular Demand --- chrome steel step bumper, bright chrome grill

were made, burglaries have stopped trim, dual mirrors, PS, PB, tinted glass, 'AT,
, in the Big Tree Lakes area.Traffic'Violations. at the
/ AM/FBI electronic toning stereo, fully carpeted,

CLUB 25 s. custom dash, auto locking hubs.$12L' .
In.Bradford County -Starke. lanes i

During the past week nine people'

were arrested in Bradford County for ': The Wilder Gang 5177

traffic, violations, _

I Freddie 'David Wilkison, 41, of Thursday Friday & Saturday Night '_ jot
Bradford County was arrested April '
30 and charged with driving while In- 0 yr/5,080/ mile warranty rust-thru protection
toxicated, according to Patrolman Summer Leagues New pen -

Groves., 1984Dodge
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,April 29 and charge with grand As of Tuesday, Rlgsbtf)jremial jn Rescue; Makes tients in trauma resulting ,
LB Man Arrestedfor Rescue
fhrfi. \ the, Clay County Jail undejR : 95 Runs Last Month automobile accidents. 60 assisted Rescue SI (Lake
Welfare Fraud According to the report from the bond WWTInvestigation :< Nine runs were to cardiac patients with Butler) and Rescue 73 (Keystone!
Clay County Sheriff Department, continues for.":additional Bradford Rescue had their busiest eleven runs were to patients runs each with one call and assisted Brad
Chester Silvln Lovvorn, of Lake they received a report that someonewas suspects. month ever with 95 runs responded to respiratory problems and two to a ford emergency room with a cardiao
Butler, was arrested on April 27 on a spotted around 5:30 a.m. driving 'i during the month of April according were special detail. One run was arrest. $
charge of welfare fraud, according to around in the fenced compound of the Car Submerged to Emergency Services Director Cliff suicide attempt and two runs were to
the arresting officer Deputy Sheriff Rental and Sales patients in emotional crisis.
Omni Equipment Chapman.
In Brooklyn Bay .i; wound vic Bradford citizens are reminded the
W.W. Busby. Company on Blanding Blvd. The .' t; Rescue had 71 transports, transpor- One run was a gun shot to call for the Rescue
Lovvorn was arrested on a capias suspect or suspect got away from the A 1974 Plymouth was spotted by a ting 72 patients, with 24 runs requiring tim and one run was obstetric related.call service number is %4.6161, calls are handledby Unit
and released on his own recognizancewith compound in a 20ft. rental movingvan passerby submerged near the no transporting.The Four runs were cancelled, one at the
no bond being posted. which had been loaded with Brooklyn Bay bridge early Saturday. backup unit transported five was a false alarm and! three people the.,dispatcher County JauJ 1

riding lawnmowers, chain saws, morning. patients, Slat Flight, Life Flight and ,,-- -- -
Cummings & Slocum pressure washers,tillers,log splitters Its discovery brought fire and ShandsCair each transported one pa I .
and pieces of farm equipment.The rescue personnel to the scene. tient. \
Re-Sentenced for Theft truck was later spotted by After and investigation of the Inci- were transported to
Deputy Robert Belet traveling south dent by the Clay County Sheriffs Bradford Hospital one patient to \ ".
Edward Cummings and Lawrence on SR-21. Belet turned around: calledfor Department, Kenneth Linel Street of Reception Medical Center, one pa-
Slocum,guilty of grand theft,were re- backup. By the time he arrived at Keystone Heights was charged with tient to North Florida Regional, eight
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sentenced April\ 23 in Bradford County leaving the scene of an accident. General
the vehicle, suspects had excaped on patients to Alachua Hospital,
Circuit Court by Judge Elzle S. foot into the woods. According to the report, Street told two to Shands, four to VA, two to
Sanders. The Clay County Sheriffs Reserve officers the car was northbound on Union General and one patient to the Give A Mother a Cake for Mother's Day ,
of Starke :
16, was
Cummings 'SR-21 when it had blow
Dog Unit was called to the scene and a out and went mental health clinic.
sentenced to 2V4 years in the Depart- the subject was arrested while walk- into the lake. The majority of the runs,20,were to
ment of Corrections with credit for ing down SR-21 about one-mile1'from There was $900 damage estimatedto illness related patients.'Twelve were ,
496 days served in Jail. the vehicle. ,;
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Slocum,17,of Alachua was sentenced .'. '
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sentence could be scheduled. t I NIARGABET Cousin :

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Ocala Man ArrestedFor -MotherinlawPastry ., ; .
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: ByMarkFrledllnei "And a tinging telephone," he says takes a while to get going.( Hang".In many hUY painted signs
t. rJBCTS l Writer with a laugh, 'is a small there long enough and you'll be sue adorn businesses I the Lake Region
.' ? listening to the boss give you businessman's best friend. A coupleof .cesfull" {tt r
ordrs calls early In the morning can real You can get in touch with Dave,#t area.Meg recently completed new signs ny .
If life as a cog In a larger business ly make your day." 473-7483. for the Clay County Public Library
ten'tyour me, then you might Join The product creates a molecular Painting Her Own Way Branch In Keystone and the local high
some of the over u million' small fusing between the car's original Meg Keeler-Klein of Keystone is' , businessmen in this country. who have finish and the new process is said be talented artist, first and foremost.She businesses!she has enlivened with her
; struck out on their own making a liv- good for any type of surface has won numerous awards and'' art, and she says her business is
; ing their own way, on their own prizes at area art shows for her oil' growing steadily all the time
schedule- and earning their own pro "Business is picking up as people painting, including several at "It's run and profitable at the same o '
fits. find out from their friends about the Keystone's Annual Festival of the time,"she says "My customers wanta ., Ii a, ;
Dave Varnum and of Keystone process," Varnum says "I had my Lakes as well as many in Gainesville, sign that goes beyond the ordinary, ;
; Heights started his own business doubts at first about going into and surrounding area. something that is different from all
several months) ago when he happened business for myself. I haven't got She is also a successful small'' the neon and plastic you see so much I 4. a
: on a unique new silicone product those doubts anymore, and I would businesswoman who is earning a solid of these days''
1 that restores the finishes on lined recommend to anyone who is con- reputation as the owner of coma Meg says she enjoys the freedom of
automobiles. sidering beginning their own businessto Grace Fine Arts and Sign Co. having her own business.
"I got into the business after I suf. have some patience. It always mcrclal sign painter in the area, "An artist is restricted by tight
); ) fered a back injury that forced me to .- -- .- schedules;" Meg says. "In this
: quit my former Job,"says Varnum,a Y ni4 business I can work at my own pace
former employee,for, a.cable television 7 with plenty of time left for my,more Keeler-Klein
company. "I tried the product serious painting" Meg
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V THEATRE -.---Clot*to I Keystone; Heights Golf Count, churches .
and .chool..frlc.". fang from. $2,950' '0. Fla. Premiu l'.Fl'Jer Fresh: Country'Style. ; First Cut

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f.w lots left. From'A Ac to 1.5 Ac. dote outs
,:. 301 DRIVE-IN Name your terms 5' Ib. box 18 for, Stalk
*MOBILE; HOME LOTS:4'i'Ac. on pav.d rood. .
'1'. Starke 884.1484 ,:, From $300 down and$60 per mo Only 7 feftl I i y Package Plan. I Ii. t ,, Package Plan II Package ,HI
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beautiful area of the Keyttone Golf Cowrie. 2-1 Ib. Chuck Steak .t ', 2-1 Ib. Sliced Bacon 6 Ib. Box'Pepper Steak
a/ Only a few and they are moving fast. 2-3Ib. Cup-up Fryers ' *GOLF CLUB DRIVEs Ac. lot with wid.Iron.togf a
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walking distance to Club House'':Just coming on : 10 Breaded Veal'' 2-11b. All Meat Hot Dogs 5 I Ib.. Box Batter Dip Fish: .
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1 v t 0 *' '' ;. RUMMAGE SALE ;; : Ay CHOW PUPPVl. Coll at Keystone
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,..'<'. .' ,' ",% 3,4and 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Articles 9042820903. 4/12 tin Heights. BUILDER-OWNED 3BR. 2Both '
AdsHELP 14PT. FISHING IOAT--CACCI CKAFTl ". may b. submitted to the tale at .the FOR SALE-REGISTERED TOY FRENCH home on beautiful acre. Greatroom. 11

Heights : Good condition with 10HP Evlnrude Keystone Community Church educational I ,POODLE Female, black 8 mo. old. gameroom stone fireplace, 2-car '.a
WANTED motor and tilt trailer, $1,050, Call building Thursday May 3. Proceeds Housebroken.. has all shots and rabies Borage and workshop MUST SEE TO ,
"13.26 92 4/26 tfnchg t{ go to the Shrine Burn Hospital. tog Name-Spooky. $173. 473-7739. BELIEVE. Dream Home. BY OWNER. t
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $8,342- "" *RI, B-6i SAT, '.'2a Three miles west of 4/26-5/3 2tchg Call 1.389.7127.4/26 tfnchgLAKIFRONTi
$73.177/year. For Information call Ads FOR SALE ,. Keystone on HWY 100. Watch signs at 2BR Bath home with live "
803687-6000 Ext. R-7000 (Call refundobl. : Keystone Oaks Subdivision. 5/3 Itchg LAND FOR SALE ing room fireplace with Insert.Central ,.
..) 4-pd 4/12-5/3 i, fAT,MAY 111.gln9a.m. Turn at Gizmo. air carpet large kitchen with range .I Irefrigerator
OOVIINMSNT JOBS ol SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC. and dishwasher.
Thousands Follow CR-214 to corner of Hutchinson Dock '
vacancies mutt be pip. and fittings. Water 10ft." .,.. .' BROOKLYN LAKE FRONT 100 X 300 ft. OWNER f
lilted Immediately.
Rd Pott Matters Village. 5/3 Itpd garden space. FINANC.J,
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II Ace Hordwar., Hgts. d" Lots of tr... MUST sell Immediately.
Bryan Keystone ?
$17.634 to 50112. Call 716-042-6000. NOTICE fRIDAY AND SATURDAY May 45. 545,000.473.2456.5/3.10 2tchg '1 f:
.73.40065 tfnchg V.ry reasonable, 473-3193. 3/324
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Ext. 35625 .
2-pd 4/3-10 ,1))
PACK RATS BUY SELL TRADE .",. Multi-Family. North on 21, 3 miles to 4fchg Low down ,
FROCKS MAIL AT. HOME! 75.00 AT : MICK HOME 3 BR 2 sA. pay :at i
par CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- red HWY C-332-2 miles on paved road. BROOKLYN LAKE ACCESS LOTs 1
hundred I No full Located 2 blks n. of light 21. acre. m.nt. Phon 473-3797 evenings. 3/IS ,
Experience. Part
or mltted to the Lake Region Monitor office tawnmower tools and
many other reasonable. Call 473.3193.53.21Itchg
time. Start s.nd OPEN: W.d.-Sot. 96. Featuring: V.ry tfn 5
D.tall
tell. Immediately. In writing and paid I Iin .advance Glattwore. old jewelry, household Item. 86. S.. signs. Itchg 5/03
oddr.w.d'stamp.d envelope to unl... credit Is already established mlscel. :"!, '
good., china furniture Items.
C.R.L 6092. P.O. box 3149. Stuart Fl "
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with this office.MONITOR
33495. 4-pd 4/19-3/10 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 13-2183.3/15 tfnchg Starke Ads.
EXCELLENT INCOME For part.time home RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN AMWAY PRODUCTS Homecare, commercial more I
health and beauty aids. ;
attembly work. For Info.. Call "'r
504.641-8003 Ex. 8401. 1-pd 5/3 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Dealers needed to ..11. to buy or
THE TELEPHONE. become dealer. 473.3671. "/" tfnchg FOR RENT FOR SALE.
Classified deadline It Tuesday noon 11.1 REFRIGERATOR 2d,.. whit.. Excellent FOR RENT
FOR RENT prior to Thursday publication. condition.Used only 18 months.
Minimum charge Is words for$2.73. $150.473.4010173.7861.5/31tpd; MIMOSA'MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH.WSwlmmlng' YOUNG GERMAN SHEPHERD. MALE:Free
than 10 cents for each word thereafter. Mobile homes and spaces for rent. pool. Maid service, to a loving family i Sears 15.8 cu. ft.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR FENCEPOSTJt 4"-5" round 8' upright freeser $150 9 ft.
RENT long. $4.25' Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone linens Included. Restaurant and loung.
Union
Times ISO
County
each. Supply limited. 473-3663. 4/26 Packer/Chopper $150. Call 9645922.
Main Street lake Butler. Phone PERSONAL SERVICES 468.29'2.9116 tfn on premises. Utilities Included. .
496-2261 for Information TFN 4/1 2tchg 503LANDSCAPING MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile $300/mo. Free parking Econo Lodg.of Itchg 5.03AUCTION
CONCRETE BLOCK HOME 3 BDRM. for OR FENCING Hand.pllt'Fla. from Starke city limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 Stork., 966.7600.5/03 tfn Every Wednesday 7:00: PM
r.nt after May 10th. Call Bobs at CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work cedar fencepottt. 7' long $1.50 W. Call 468.1323. 10/07 tfn. 1270 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Griff Every Saturday 7:00 PM. 'Melrose.

496-3046 before 4:00 p.m. or 496-3640 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. each. While supply lasts. 473-3663. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Loop. $175/mo. 00/dep.. 964-8704 Behind Red Thompson Realty.
after 4:00 p.m. 1-chg 5/3 Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 oft.r 4/26 2tchg 5/03 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call after 4:30 p,m. Man.-Frl. All day Sat.Sun. B Everyone welcome. Bill PerryAc-
tloneer. Truckloads of merchandise.'
5:30 1/5 tfnchg
: p.m. 4681323. 10/07 tfn. .Itchg 3/03
FURNISHED MOBILE
HOME 2
BDRM 2
CARPET AND VINYL repairs and In- 5/03 4tpd 5/24
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthlyrotes. WEEK OP 6/03-6/091 Beautiful Ormond
BTH alleleetrlc. central 'I
air let.
acre stallatlons. Fr. estimates. Ten 4 SWIVEL BAR STOOLS Wicker bock
1200 month years MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS Palms Apartments, 2314 N.Tem Beach oceanfront large efficiency
no pett per plu. tecurlty w/bamboo
and brown ,
Call vinyl
experience. 473-4217 and ask for Ave 7/28 tfn arms
pie apartment w/balcony. Fully equipped.
deposit. 4962975. If no answer :
Craig. 1/5 dnchgHANDYMANI ANONYMOUS, Closed' ROOM with bath 964-6035. teatt. Bought new for $140 each will
496.3087. 2-chg 53YARD NICE private Sleeps 4. $200. 473-3457. Itpd 5/03
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sacrifice for each. Excellent condl-
All kind. of home $60
repairs,
I
meetings Monday 8 p.m. Opart 12/22 tfn BR FURNISHED APARTMENT Carpeted. '
SALE mobllehome repairs, ahd fix-up needs. meetings Friday 8 p.m. "Alanon Mon BRIGHT, SUNNY ROOM with both, Op. 9648265. Itchg 5/03 tion.;964-7366. Itchg 5/03 ,
No lob too .mall. Minor plumbing 'day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational po'''. Stark. Pott Office. Ask for Mrs. ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APART- NEW POTATOES freshly dug. red 4
: repoln. Cleaning ..,.,Ic.. Light haul- Affordable whit. Crook-neck squash. 9646528.:
Building Community Church 473-2790 Lyons. Must see to appreciate. MiNT{ Apply Tackle Box. 341 N. Temple
YARD SALE RAIN 01 SHINE.Frl. and Sat. Ing. Call Jim .73.3611 day evening. or 475-2130. 1/5 tfnchg rates. Ave, Stark. Itpd 5/03 Itchg S03MULTIPURPOSE

May,4th and 5th. Betide Clark't Meat 1/12 tfnchg. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, LIKE NEW BR 1 BA CB HOME with 2.6 MOBILE HOME Furnished with air BUILDING 12x20
Mark.t on 231. lint white house on CARPENTRY/MASONRY WORK Patios, fees or weigh' Ins. Open meetings ocr... On Grlffls Loop. Stark. 150mo. plus $100 dep. down. Nq beautiful wood tiding large windows,
right. Phone "962628.pd 5/3 addition., remodeling homes, and tile Tuesay's 7:30 p.m. Community Church $300-$323/mo. 964.5445. 5/03 tfn children no Inside pe... 7823363. Itpd big door. Will deliver $1,595.284-7777
MOVING SALE 873 N.W. 3rd St. right work. Free estimates. 473-4473 before Educational Building Keystone ONE BEDROOM TRAILER Completely 5/03 'or 284-0732 after 5 p.m. ttchg 5/03

behind new Jiffy and laundry Mot. 5 p.m.5 tfnchg. i Heights. 4732790. 1/5 tfnchg furnished. Electric heat and air. Total LOW RENTAL EFFICIENCY Carpet. AC. WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR! Avocado.
Thu,.. 1200-tlll.: ,Fri. 900tlll.: Appliances CARPENTER AVAILABLE EVEN. liNGO lAME RICAN LEGION HALL- Pott electric. Near Graham. $55 per _k. utilities paid. No children or pets. On 22 cu. ft. w/lce maker 964.0985.5/03

; furniture, adult and kid. INGS/WEEKENDSi Doors paneling 202 SR-21 north. Keystone Heights. Phone 468-1371. Itchg 5/03 301 S; Siesta Apts. 964.1589. Itpd 5/03 2tpd 5/10
clothing much much morel 1- 473.7505.5/3.10 2tpd percentage garnet, 7-10 p.m. Public Invlted. Yard maintenance A garbage pickup old. $30 each. 9647511. 5/03 2tchg.
.
INSURANCEMAINES 3tfncha Included. $190/mo; $100/dep. Call PERSONAL SERVICES 5/10
PROFESSIONAL 4900 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDITIONER
LAWN SERVICE, Complete -
after 4 pm Mon.-Frl. Anytime
lawn care and maintenance.Commercial FOR RENT weekend. 9647625. tpd 5/03 Bought In June-'of '83. $200.Negotiable. .
EXPERIENCED PAINTERi.Neat work. Interior -
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. or residential. Freeestimates. COMFORTABLE HOME WITH LOTS OF 9648320. Itchg 5/03
Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978. 4752197 evenings. 4/12 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STORAGE Rented month to month or exterior. Fr. estimates.Reasonable SEVEN PIECE RATTAN LIVING ROOM
Complete !Insurance Service. TFN., 4tchg 5/03 ItEALTYIEALTOI basis $350/mo. $350/dep. 9645610. rates with good SUITE w/canlng Inserts. Two sets of
references. Call 9645177. 1/05 tin
cushion COIle,.. $1,000 or make offer
Rental Property Avallabl. 4/26 HnHOUSE SEWING MACHINES REPAIREDi All
REAL ESTATE ZONED .COMMERCIAL On HWY 21 In Furnished, clean' three rooms makes cleaned oiled and adjusted. 964.8'22.5103 2tchg SIlO
FLASHY SORRELL MARE W/blaze, white
K.y.ton..3BR. lath home, $400/mo. 3/bath. 2 miles out of town. No pe... $15. Work guaranteed James Gentle & broken
LOOKING FOR A SHOAL PIECE OF PROPERTY Subscribe/ 2BR. IBath COTTAGE on Lak. Brooklyn 964-7470. itchy 503Ontu Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and $495.stockings Several other ha green,... 964-7138.
? III I don't have I'll find It Just Info.
It. o furnished. 250mo. For more Hwy. 16. Stark. 12/29 tfn Itpd 503ROSTERS
ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR. call: CHAIN LINK fENCE Installed. ''Freeestimates.
4962126 or 4962903. ...... "Your KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY Handy-Man F.nc. Co. REFRIGERATION Used
HELP WANTEDSTYLIST and chest freezer
Union County Realtor./ 8/04 rin Realtor 47J-4U1 Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.3/29 refrigerators. one
Apartment size gas range. Roller's
BIG lAKE BROOKLYN 2BR tfn
ON cottage
Refrigeration 2165 N. Tempi
PERSONAL SERVICES NEEDED, for n.wly expanded $300/mo. Call 473-3334: or 12821727. iir2L BOOKKEEPING CONSULTANTS Need 964-4985. Itchg 5/03

facility. Must be experienced In all 3/1 tfnchg I' -; ( i help with your bookkeeping, but don't TAP & BALLET SHOES Pro-school girls
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK phases of cosmetology. Doris' Hair 2BR. 21ATH UNFURNISHED HOUSES On ,' need a full or part time employee? I size. Only worn twice. Also block

Package deal; wells drilled, wat.r Clinic. Contact Lois Olsen, 4752211. Lok. Geneva. Fenced yard with utility, can help 473-2950 or 964.8588. 4/12 leotards, pink' tights and ballet box.
pump., new Installation of teptlc 4/19-5/24 6tchg shad CH/AC. Available Feb. 15. Neighborhood Properties, Inc., tfn Call 964-6095 after 5 p.m. 5/03 2tpd
tank., drain fields and lift ttatlons. CASHIERNIghts. parttlme, weekends re $425/mo. and damage deposit $425. REALTOR JERRY'S ELECTRICAL Reasonable prices COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke
quired. Apply In at Chevron Call Potty Shackleford 1-2686493 or Fr.. estimates. 24-hr service,
Mobil. home poles available. All work person 737 South Walnut Truck Stop south of Starke. 964.8212.
guaranteed call Tommy Dorman Food Mart SR-100121 between 9 a.m. .-125-46<<1. 2/2 tfnchg Str..t 4681119. Hampton. 4/19Itchg 5/10 "/24 tfn '

2752151. UFN 9/. .5 p.m..Mon. thru Fri. 5/3 tfnchg GENEVA lAKE ESTATES Distinctive, Stark., FL 32091 ,MACHINE QUILTING, Crib to King ii... RABBITS For: pets or meat. Lawrence
clean. 3BR. 2Bath home. Kitchen and Also hove for tale, assorted
CUSTOM MADE Draprlet, Valance and 964-5231 quilts Meng 6 mi. 301 South. 4681915. tfn
Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for Keystone laundry appliance Garage, $450/mo. 'sizes and detlgnt. Betty Hlldebrand MOBILE HOMI SUPPLIES Windows *
FREE Estimates. S and W Enterprises. Heights: Call 4152306.1/5 tfnchg 964.8122. 3/03 Stchg 5/31 doors plumbing and elec. supplies
UFN 929NETTLES Call Doris 473-2210 211. 2BATHI Unfurnl. All modern DIVORCING Negotiate your settlement' ;
also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER. I
*S ACRES-Wlth In-ground pool barn 2 '
TREE SERVICE Tree removal and appliances cut. decor CH/AC to save time, pain and moneys Confidential mile South of Stark. 3/01 rin
wells, electric fence around
property.
Also firewood oak and S300/mo. 412.63tchg Inquiries. Call 964.4850 from 9
pruning. pin.
FURNITURE
.
Washer $100; dryer, .$89
PIONEER, I NEW 1BR. 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOME 24000. III noon evenings. Itpd 9/03,, ;
for tale Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. A or tmall '
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refrigeratorO, MbHtreet.ftigpfato.a .
*, ,. e4 i VA CH/;; C. wenla iOMlytiSVrl URUT .i Mi: : -* urn I3fc 22j'wf> ittr9r *ti vine *; e.--ft ?' ELECTRIC' CO. on acre All appliances I :"W Wlw"pW! < .WTf, WTxHrMv* '
REDUCE SAFE AND FAST With OoBese $3ob/mo. Call *--749343.4/26-S:. .3 H I 1*PECAN ,TREES-1; Acres .on: cemty will core for, yoyij .plants.. petsr yard !$y:&E2obmtatphPP9washerdryer
freezer
Capsules and E-Vap "wot.r pills" ANDREWS Trailer Pole Special! I graded read. Mobile homes OK. Seller .tc. In your absence. Writ. to.a. Box $150 small chest 2:501'u'.iVhtr freezer. coffee
; $IOOr
200 AMP I.. will consider selling smaller parcels. '1332 Starke. Fl 32091. ,
4/26-5/3 DRUGS 255 W. Main St. 2-pd DM vend AnywhtftI WANTED *... phon. number. 5/03 4tpd 5/24 giving your and 2 end tablet, $75; Ilk. new twin

HOUSE CLEANING Let me clean your I BndlonJ Ctunty VACATION TIMEt Need someone to fill *7.1 ACRES with .3 bedroom. '''I bath BILL'S SAW SHOP! Complete sharpening bed $45 size; gas electric stove stove, $75,; queen$75; apartment bed

house for you. Phone Kathy Coreene 782. In for tecretary/receptlonitt? mobile ho_. S33.SOO. service, circular hand carbide,,chain $50; double bed $60; Broyhlll ,china
White at "962301.pd 5/3 References. Call 473-289 after 5:30: mower blade hollow ground 'and cabinet $600. 9644284. Itpd 5/03
R AND J CONTRACTORS Plumbing balanced leave at Jackson Building
NettlesTree
5/4tfnchg
tanks electric p.m. __ rr. IA Supply In Stark., Keystone
repair pump out septic Heights or HELP WANTED
repairs.. Remodeling work and new I zne'a.. !' Lake Butler. TFNchg
construction. Phone 964-4897 or GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Doors windows,
483-1132. I I etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY BAPTIST CHURCH Seeking part-time '
Service c
: _] 964.6078. Orders also taken In, Lake, secretary 20 hours. Send resume to
FOR SALE J Tre* removals PINE FOREST !, Butler 496-3079 qnd Keystone .'.O.'Box 328 Starfce, Florida 3209.19 ..

Also pruning, d.moa.lng.PlUWQOD APARTMENTS> Heights. 473.4973. 2/26 rin ./ Stchg 503HOUSEKEEPERCOMPANION
; FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS Free room
PUPPIES AKC Shetland Sh..pdog l\ 144 West Call St. and board salary, In exchange for
pup- OekBPIneFree 'I' 'U.7*
Bedroom
III 1-2 & 3 Apts. ;, ,
1.24 Ac. $'.000 dn. light domestic duties. CPR
Collies Phone 9 required.
plet (Toy ) 1125.00. Delivery Open Tues.-FH. HI Si JO
l. From M50M to '297" .2%'Ac. $1,000 dn. "68.2619.19 tfn
4962846. ufn
3/22 ,4
Licensed Insured Sat -9 AM HI 3PMAppte.
STRAWBERRIES U-pIck 30 cents a quart WorkThomas I -S Ac. 2.000 down. Not Always Necessary HAIRSTYLIST Preferrably male; expeHenced .
we pick 73 cents a quart. Go 3 miles Quality Nettle G) .5 A. Well & Septic. $3,300 1/07Hn In cut and blow styles.Applyat
D. 1530 W. Madison l .. Family Hair 144 W. Call
South of LaCrotte on 121 sign on right .. .... Designers
hand tide of rood Open Mon.-Sat.8:00 Owner 494-3323 L Phone 964-631Z dn.STATELY OLDER HOME-2 WANT TO DRINK? St.. 964.7303.1/26 tin ..t
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a.m.Dutk.. Phone 4621774. 2-chg 10111 COUSINS Jf. front porches, beautiful THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS THIRTY WOMEN TO Fill THIRTY TERRITORIES
5/3-10 OPPORTUNITY shady lot .fruit tress, 6 WANT TO STOP*TEATS OURS You Can earn from 3SX to
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK County Lin. Furniture pecan trees and shop. Alcoholic Anonymous SOX'of your sales. For more Information

Sol. Washing machines, -. $45.000. 944-4130' 944>4434 964-6194' call' 964.8442 or 964.890726,

refrigerators, stoves, stove elements, -' ; REMOTE QUIET SETTING. 496-3224. LOOKING FOR MUSICIAN Interested In
most clothes 10 c.nts.och, other Itemsof : Gainesville Sun r Home w/12x36 family starting a C&W band. Particularly bass
Interest. 8 mil. N. of Ralford on( room: Screened porch & player. Call 473.7502 after. 5 p.m. 5/03
SR.229, to sign then right on BoYC. Rd. I I double FOR SALE 3tchg 517DEPENDABLI ,
Route Carriers car: garage
located In tin barn on left. 2752908. I $37.750. RETIRED HEALTHY COUPLE
1-pd 53HEREFORD to work ,caged I er hen operation 6
l1i BRADFORD
.'' Beautiful HMEROCK SALCSt 782-3172.
HERD 23 cow., 21 callpurebred /.', NeededFor -I. AC-Lawtey. days a _k..No wrlnkert need apply.GOVERNMENT .
2/23 tfn
Fenced. lawtey.
c' 3
Imppasture.
Hereford Bull sell herd 964-7138 Itpd 5/03
at "
Cash i SIDE BY SIDE FROST .FREE
ReQ'ste'ForS wells & 2 culverts. $1750
only. Best offer. !Phone 496-3374. ... REFRIGERATOR Joust '
Heavy Duty
1-chg: l. 'i"" Ac..4 i $16,539-SO.S53/year. Now hiring.
Bore pig $35, Billy goat SIS. Phone '. For Stark Area 1'Mat j e10 ACRES-Well & Septic '964-4004.4/05 dishwasher, mar.tfn ,and colt. Call, Your 'ar.... Call 1-800-687-6000, eat,

4963953. 1....pd 5/3 $" 1 $15.000.t R-5504.; 5/03 fftpd 5/11
NEW HOLLAND Ne. ION HAYLINSR.. Excellent --i' $80monthRent have reliable. cor end poet cash "..II. PHI out '" ANTIQUE One DINING TABLE w/S CHAIRS MANAGER ,..".0.Food Star.Is'now

Cond. 30000. Phone 496-3921 .ppMcatlofi at Gainesville. Sun 40* South Walnut ((904)) 782.3931 $720.Is 964 a .captain's 6463. 4/26 chair.tfn Made' lWe, taking applications. Apply 620 S.

lake Butler. Farm Center. Street..Sterke. Florida. tjfl P.O.Drawer All 'Walnut Street. 4/0SHn ,1 J .
Office Furniture 0,' ITEMS FOR SUPER A INTERNATIONAL
MISCELLANEOUS Double drop-tide crib 964-8170 Ernest. 378-1416 301 S. lawtey.. Planter 6 fertilizer distributor -. -- :itirmi -
with mattress and bumper pads, baby !Weekly I 14" plow disc harrow; 42" Rata tiller ,'
swing Stroll. car .eat" potty chair Monthly ( HELP WANTEB
works off power take-off). Three point
exc. condo $125. Sears 3/4 40/60 ptlshallowwell >..yYeerTim s 1 d hitch. All Ilk. new.Call 964-6896. ,4/26. ,
pump used 6 months 2tpd 5i03 Applications ore.now being token for Fla.
$120. Phone 4963976.pd 5/3 ; ABOVEGROUND SWIMMING POOL Times Union Paper route In Grendln & In

PURE BRED PUPPIES Oast Pit lull andBox.r. :. .., ww- [ 11{I w/accessorles. 1800 gal. 4 ft. deep tarlachen; ar_. Phone 964-5J)63. Monday '
$15 female 120 male. Phone
thru 9 5 :Mutt have
$400. Eplphone guitar with cose and Friday am pm. dependable
4962219. 1-chg 5/3 Office Shop Seiko quart tuner, $350.Call 431-1568. transportation telephone and ableto t
68 FORD PICKUP 3/4 ton runs, needs : Now Accepting Applications; '
some work.$1550.4963193.pet 5/3 Itpd 5/03 poet cash bond. masrM 1
WANT TO BUY used above

:357 with SUPER new BLACKHAWK holster. $235.stainless 4963193.steel 110 W. Call for 1.4/Bwkoom. Apts. ,_-,_I. C_ !H 49A2J80.good'JtDCf5/03.ground. "r' -....... .
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CarpetCleaning i : I' Newly Remodeled 3rd Floor of the :'

$1' 495 Scotehgan d! 1005 S.W. 6th Street ,


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Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & 1 CIItII) .. . ... .Custom Drapes Cable TV Connections I "!11h

,Not Delighted, Don't Pay" .Motching-Slov. & Hood > Free Water,Sewer& Trash Se,. i III \

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r Servtofj Bradford & Union and sea : :. ,Double .
County. surrouflding area JJ:" ...' 1.\\ \' "', or; Single

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- 1 M YAMAHA 450 MAXIMS Bought new FORECLOSED HOMI-LAKE SANTA FEl 2 1978 VW DASHER .STATION .WAGONi Statistic I
mltted 'o 'the Bradford County April 1983. Fully dreued. Less thon 'BR, 1 IA. 29500. Any reasonable offer Mu.t "el|1. Very' good condition., low
Telegraph office In writing and paid In 3,000 mile. .condo $100 equity and will be,considered. 9645010.3/00 mileage. 28 MPG $3,000.8559. .41,000 Chimney Flrei tottYear.
advance urtleu credit I. already refinance balance. 9646604.26 tfn : Itchg 5/03 .$9 million damage to
established with this offlc. tcha 5/03 MICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 *q. ft. lowdown .. 1981 VW RAB.ITI Dletel. AC. Excellent! homeowner: Don't let this
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THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl payment. Owner financed I OX condition. Be.1 offer' ave $2995. happen to ...
HElD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN BOATS Int. 473-3454. 3/29 tfn 964-7955.4/96 2tpd 5/03 CAll$44.1271 REAL'iL1A

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER MUST SEE TO BEUEVIi This lately two- t '78 OMC after 5:00 PM. .BAMtH9PM_ ,
THE TELEPHONE. I story home ha been refurnlthed but. f 7823155. Itpd 5/03 Men.ey.Seturd.y
Clatdfied d.adlln. It TUESDAY 14'FT. FISHING BOAT With trailer and still ha all the old charm v" been 1977, PONTIAC GIAN PRIX Loaded. Ilanlc.n hli- PHONE 944-7776
NOON prior to Thursday publication. motor $550:Call 964-6691, 5/033tchg looking for. 6 BR 3'A BA. Lge. foyer.. Good condition. 1500. Butch Faulkner. Chi 5* I '
Minimum charge I 19 word for$2.75, 5/17 LR. DR breakfast room, I,.. pantry off .. day 496-2921, night' 964-6534.: 'tc"b '< |TERWIIUGAHj 205 N. Temple;
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. kitchen, Lge. Fr, Preh w/back utility : 5/03 .Sfarfce. At '

LAND FOR SALE porch. d.toch.d 2-cor garage- 1911 VW RABBltt Convertible. Excellent ___._.. i ;
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YARD SALE w/workihop. On acre of land. huge condition. $7850. 9646020. Itchg 5/03 "CbunrtsTnlSpecials
azalea buthet, ,pecan,:'pear ,and fig : 4-SPEED STANDARD DATtUWi. 1-16 ,FOR RENTOCEANFRONT' .-._..
FRIDAY & SATURDAY! ONLYi'J-plecellv- TEN,I .AC LOTS.facing Pleasant, Grov. tree*. Located at 425 N. Walnut St., In engine 'tranimlnlon, fear',end. .- -..

jng room set. pair of lone tablet, king- Call Rd. 3995.964.5606.9/15$400 down tin, $70. a month, 744-1744.Starke. For,,Evening.apptment and; pi*.w..nd.743.6863 call M.P.*. fi Recently 5/03 overhauled. $250, 782-3806. : St. Augustlno Beo h'Itcl'lg .100 S<|'4 Ft. CHftA. 3 UK,. 1'/ BA. Only
sits bed, Hlde-A-Bed color TV ?'
;carpet Fully furnished 2 BR, 2
THREE I ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brooker or 2592765.19 4tchg 5/10 ItM FORD F-IOOi Fully. loaded. New $25,410.
dusk clothes' ,, '
baby
lamps ttoneware
and Rd. $2.995. $300 down, $55 a month.. COMFORTABLE HOMI WITH LOTS OF.STORAOEi. Fred Jon.* motor.>> Call 964-7655. 5/03 BA. '" BEAUTIFUL., COUNTRY SETTING.
recllner, llverware,, lav.t", .
'! .'9/15 tin'ONE 3eay.,2Klghtlft
oth.r'mballon.obs ltem Oo 964.5 Country letting with <1Iy'or '" 2tchg 5/.0 Immaculate 5 v old. 2 BXr 1% BA..
char| yr .
; ACRE ,lOTi Facing Fonyth Rd. .. 83 FORD CROWN VICTORIA 4-dr.:. AC. WeeklyJacuzzi.
convenience
out eatt 16 2 mllet I.ft on 10th St.;. Almost, ,two' err.. ;'I DowbU 3 manicured
and ,, month. Tennl., CH/A., carport on
.. $3.000. $400 dawn $70 964-5610. 4/26 Hn ?i 1 !Power 302. V-8 w/outa< 'O/D. One '
right S03SATURDAY on 12th1v.' See tlgn. 964.4284. 964-5606. 1/12 tfn' OWNER FINANCED 3 BR. fully carpeted. owner low mileage: 643 W. Pratt Rac-quetball. acr... Priced below approUal..

Itpd t,tll Si Multi-family. Ineld.ferm.r NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx. }V4 oe. CHftA. CB. FR w/flreploce. tcreen. i! Street. 96/-6065' Itpd 5/03 (9o.c 7J.093Z NEW IISTING-642: N, Walnut Approx.
lot Paved streets, central water.$100 1974 3/4 PICKUP truck IwlcomPer
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porch w/ceramlc tiled eating area, '
Moote Building. Now B.C.Y.A.. 2030 ft. 3 BR, 2 BA. larg matter
dn. 75mo. Owner financed. i Make.'of'6691.. q
kitchen ?: top. .
': Grlrflt 5/03 1 '
GIGANTIC Inc. on GAHAGI Loop..SAlEi tpd, Mull tell 30 473-3454. 3/29 tin ttorage bldg.,. 'comer lot In >nice- !; 5/03 3tchg 5117 teve ro WQy bodroom, family room, living: ,"", Nie.fy .-
CROSBY LAKE SHORES Land and mobile 1976 GMC PICKUPI V-8 auto. N.w paint. decorated. ,
of accumulation furniture' neighborhood. '102,1 W. Pratt St. ; I 38500.
yeart home. 9647723. 5/03 t Runs TREE SERVICE
,cloth., .mall. appliance. cheap. Fri. & Sot. Mlnl-ttorago n.xt to > FRAMIi Kitchen dinette bath,.LR, 4 9648767. ltchg 4J1Z Removal .*,,100 ft $/,000 lot*.Hampton" Oak*. l Ac..Plea tm.

McDonald. 301 S. Starve. l Itehg 5/03 MOBILE HOMES front ft back porch large workroom 1 .$ .IIOO-Hu..lot. Beenf,.Rd. Beautiful tree,
MAY 4. PRIDAY*.'. Furniture (Couch FOR SALE tool shed In back. 5 ft.chain link fence. MISCELLANEOUS Trimming .$19.000X1 BR frame home off Rd. 1 and Chair), cloths and hoe'. Odd. Nice tree and lot of *hrub*. $22.000 Stump Removal .$16,01$-[1 Bldg. Hampton. Near PO. Own. fin.SIT.OOOIOO1 .
and Endt. 301 S.. Deerwood. Subdlvl- By appointment only. 621 W. Pratt Sit BAKER .LP G S.'INC.a' faml 'ownod. Firewood 'Wall Lake frontage.011Swlshorprop.
tlon. Itpd 5/03 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy. 9647582. Itchg 5/03 : operated. 'We strive ,to, give. better Free Estimat .....000.3 BR Some Orange. St. Scrn'd MB porch.
.FRI. ft SALT 9-4, 3 muss South on 100 301 N. Starke. '164....... or 964-4778. HOME IN LOVELY COUNTRY SET11NGw1 prices and .rvlce.. W.,. .olle""' !S42,900-Renov. ..._. Lg..deck. I ,u. Rd. 1001
solos A cholrt, 'clothe*. .h_.. dlthet, Come out and check out the bargain. Acre or 80 Acre ranch. Suitable for cu.tomere'who own tholr-tank' W. 473.4732 '.34/,0040wn.'nn. Former GuN Sta. Zoned efflce,

tool. and odds and endt. Itpd 5/03 Talk to Walter (Bud)Alvarez for a great! conle. horae.. crop Owner 964-7133.. sell and rent tanks and furnish After 5'P.M. .$27.000.90'Lak.' Brooklyn cottage: Own. fin..
FUHNTUREi' Children: deal. For Information call tpd 5/03 259-6812 calt after .
.APPLIANCES. more Roy cylinder. Call or $27.000-3 IR-Hampton, 1900 fenced 100x300 lot.
men,'ladle clothe and houssheidgoods. Wells 964-5764;, after 5 PM 964-5251. LOW MAINTENANCE' HOME'.Brick '::00. 9644890.26 .tchg 5/17 Keystone Heights .527,500-Comm.rcial tots. Madlwm-Oreet locale.,
Saturday. May 5,. 95. 617 W. 4/26 tfn- veneer. aluminum lofflt.CH& ., LR. REDUCE SAFE AND PAST with GoBe.
DR, FAM RM. 3 BR; Den/4th BR 2 BA., LI I ensed I $29.500-1$ Ac. Septic, barn timber Own.tin.
5/03 A ft W MOBIU HOMlIAlIS. New and ; Tablets and _te'plll.H..Ano
Pratt 51.'1tchg "Vap ....
lake St, t 'I. ea.
$32.000-Duplex new paint
FRI. ft BATs May 4 & 5. 9.5..805 used mobile' home for tale. Coy Lg. screen porch.>> Patio, privacy fence, drew. Pho""OCStark.) ..; /26 ,2tPd .
.*534.000-Nice 3 BR, 1% IA. Carport, Eastwood Dr.
'room. 636 Madison
'' utility W. St. .
Wettmorelond St. Off Pratt Street Fur- Alvarez Invite you to come out and 5/03'
52000. Owner will finance.. Evening., Shop Compare!! Near outhlde' Elem. School.
nlture, clothe ft miscellaneous..Item .browte. Highway 17 South Palatka, -KIMBALIWNGIB300 organ) ,
'MAY 3, 4 & Si 91. Belt disk tender %. Fla 325-9551 'or 328-4682. In Stark., 964- '17, ,Itpd 5/03 I $500. '164.7525J Itpd 5/03 Special Insurance "for ,.$3,500-CH.A. 3 '.. VA. IA In Country.Fireplace..
deck I Ac. Circle drive tree*
patio.
.hp. $75 Seart exerclte bike. $S01 king call Roy Well; 964.3251.9/22 tfn ELLINGTON CABINEt, GRAND PIANO. Mobile Home Parks
; 11 Ac: Edward Rd. Septic', well: a barns.
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si.. Castro Convertible, $75; clothes; DOUBLEWIDEi 3 BR 2 BA. CH&A. Call .1 ; "50. Needs work.'164-8498..1tpd .AU types of home .
book small appliance piano; organ: >961.4938.600: P.M-700: ; P.M. No equity VA-FHA-Cenv. Fin.. '. ;' 4x/s14 SOLID ILOCIQI 50 cents .och> .. Owner financing.
and mltc.: From 301. go 2 mile*east on take over payment Itchg 5/03 $4800 Down With ; r 782-3806. 1tchg 5103 '. 0'II ners. pol c.e. lorSCHWANN'S '.$....CIOO-4 BR 2 BA. $3,000 Cash to mtg. Lg. lat.carport .

SR-230.964-8498 or,964-7525.1 tpd 5/03 Mo.Pmt.SSOOIttYr.CHASTAIN DlUCIOU ''NNE ,FOODS mobile homes. fenced wkthp peCan tree.
BIG SIDEWALK SALE AT WESTERN AUTO COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION. truck will be parked of SR.121 231 on Call for Quote .$50.000-20 Ac. Primitive Baptist Church Rd.Can be

>Stark.' ..Wotchet; $4.00; 10-sp..d 964-431 Saturday. MayS.n9a.m.ond2 divided. 3 well. 2 ceptlc. Own..fin.
bike;: used IV'*; lawn furniture; font; RENT/LEASE All Clerina Costs hidWANTED p.m Featured Itom. include chicken 011'. MOb.' iF1 ..$8S,000-Bulet comer In t_.,301 ft Hwy. 14.

>paint and more,Thurs.,.Frl.ft Sot. I IpdIAWNMOWERS nuggets s.afood.frozen'frulpizza.. Home Sglos. --' ke novelties.and Ic.cream plus .$90.000-30.4' Ac.' 301. N. lawtey. Own. fin.
BIKES. ,FURNITURE ,FOR SALE OR TRADEi Two-tory cream on
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CLOTHES; MISC.l 301 North on Hammond building. NW corner of Call'and ,.,. ; ,.;', <, many more It.", .. Stop by and ..ll. all Elaine M. 0n. Agent .S100.000-5S Ac. 330 301 frontage.Hefty limber.'

Road. Friday and Saturday. ItpdTHRCE ThompsonStr..ts (formely'StumpsD.patlm.nt '. ; n the .quality. ''tern. ws carry", 11p4, 5(03 94..56- ''fI.O-lfnancl.....;...,. .v..1..wu.,, 0 II"... ,
4 4V4/...l+S1GJ: -'l119 M mNfBgik, bSi4PacksimvnIo! Ir AXLES ft TIRES Twit axle and four tires."Nigh.rprkvtaaW .] I io.u,,;. '1oI.'IQ TeWit.4: . 'H pYev.fptnfWV-t* hewwWse.'OwnrWw/-W
d'duF'Smirda; JUAoy "' I : I :;'llFlrln'i > fWirWIngJ --- an{;':A'4ls i, e "A.. .. ..,t. : 6 .
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Shop; 301 South?;Starke. FL. 964-5007.
*'9-1..11"' color TV.2"8&W' TV guitar, owner flna..cI..gwe .
11/O3tfnchg
rollaway bed carpet, ''tewing LOST/FOUND AXLES ft TIRESl For mobile home Olln', Mobile Homo
.machine Irt cabinet, pots, pan,"dlthet. Mobile 'Home Sale. Call 9645606. ELECTRIC SERVICE POLES have loH and acroag

desk, 20" fan; dungoreetv' 4.15'"tir.s & 10/13 tfn y On 8s*.nt Rd.& vicinity of Country Clwb., i iiAVfN
wheel, car-top luggage carrier, utility LOST-REDBONI HOUNDi Between 16 ft bedroom- 100 Amp."$15 :200 Amp. $J60 ;
WANTED TO RENTS A 3 or 4
37.3630.l
F trailer ft J773 Pinto Station Wagon. 7miles 225. PI_.. call 964-7302 or Avelloble e.A4
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home by family of 4 with pet*. Call;; Cemelete.htitallatlon Service
Stark 100 left. Itchg 503FOUNDSET eve_
south" of en, on .
,'( Of KEYS W/82 Class ,In,. 9644229.26 2tpd 5/03 All Service with Main Dtceonnect OUItAW' *'4-O* VMOCUWiM.M4.7IMNO :
FRI.Itpd&5/03 SAT.t; Potted P. plant, 'lot of Call 9645030. Itpd 5/03 SOMEONE TO BABYSIT IN MY HOMI OR. > .. ; Call Waldo 481J87 ferj ee Ittlmatet. .AYlMUUII VK WABD W474MWAVM
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YOURS Call 964-4333.1tctp 5/03 UA COCHUV M4-MI1 BOUOUk**
tOST-79 CLASS RINOi Gold. Lot In.:
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miscellaneous Item. 16.W to Crayrford _11..11001 WT TOMMY OMtTMN M4l,
964-6409, vicinity of Bowling Lane or P.p-O. Ha .
Rd. 2nd house on left .Itpd v. ''lit -
5/03 .' Initials* MAL on Inside. M. Lyon, Curios Cycles I
Box 549. Starfce. 5/03 2tpd 5/10 .
REFINISHED ANTIQUES ft JUNK. 2 k'de.k.
tablet, :'chalrh'oak.bed.. '' Thomas Ceramics'Cpef Highway 301 s7 962-6020 <
'small*, I'.m'J high Washington ft ror '79SG'750Loaded. . . .. .f 4t. : . .$1295' .

Walnut. Sat. only corner 6.5.1tnd 5/m I 13O2 a. w.lll1 *. '\ ClassesMondayFrklay I 'Bl GS 230: . . . . . .. . . 795 c&c: ,
.' olec. fencepott ;; 10 AM to 5 PM 72 OT-750 Exe. Cond.. '''".. . ,t. . . .850 ,
Subscribe' !ubmertible pump ,lowdown Tuesday &Thursday 7.9:30 PM" KAW KZ 400 (",000 Ml.), .',f. . ;'. . . _795 Mini $ ()
FLQRILAND I w/term 3 MI. S.of Starke US 1980 GS850 short (loaded). .j;-.,, .'. .,. . . 1660; torage Req..
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-. Toddy/ '. REALTY '316-9 oc.fa"" .".. 2 BR. 1' 964-4124 on 1980 LAMBRETTA SC Oter./o.' . .-. .'. . 995 Hw,301.outh.Stark.

BA home 120 pecan tree, t '.( C a 1
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Shopping Center
VACUUM : 1V4. mile to town., I 'I
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964.7700 333O Urn 1 BA block I IhQme I

SALE In town. Furnished, ,, ? 964.6020'ti..
HOMES;
; 393 N. Temple Odom/Brokerf Awe. ';walk' .everywhere, l R & J LONQCHAMP, i..
NEW ft ,USED Vernle' .P, I chalnllnk finked.'Can expand <

| We. Finance. Our Own GRI f I or add-on 28000._ .. '. Contractors97. INC. -- .

KIRBYS t" I" .,Sp elal j v--1 .... Starfc.. Florida ,' .
ROYALS .3 BR. T'lA CH&A Nice : 0:
EUREKAS or.o0$30.000. '"-" ? .3 Bedroom. Brick V.nr Hom f. Clay: Hill Feed

HOOVERS, .4''' BR-Good floor plan.;" r ...' 1 1.fump -uS. Both.CH/Af, ,CorportAUtility'Roomrp.ti. ;:

ELECTHOLUX $27.500; out. S.ptlel'anks I "". ,. 5093SR-218 Mlddiebwrg
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FILTER QUEENS. sLAW55ONr'btDGt: (Call: lor On Your Lot'Storting .

..SEARS d.tails. $31N.T.nil.Av.'j .Plumbing R.paln '.. At :' 2821063i
8J'' Ac'Groliam.; Good i '
COMMERCIAL } Sterk'rl'.$39 these Prices
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hunting area ElatrisR.PalrI' \ : :
all makes .
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repair 3M. '''c"Rd.. ':Zoned With, 200 trailer.on ,sTiO'tnl '\ .i' $ 3 ;.,0000 10-10-10 .,. ; ,,..... ... . .tpn.$152

AI!: Young'sSincel951" County -New Ammonia . .
Good Building Acreage J *.Different Flan.ef Flnenctng. nitrate ton.$193

f Country Club'Ar_. REALTY ,CensftwctionR.monlinyWork' '*.....,.*. Sjwtlna.t*%Jn UXWe Barbed Wire.. :. .'. '.< .:; ..roll.$24.95

..9 AC.-476' 301 South. .aim' .. .' Also h.vs Lots I A""fIe.. For Iole' 'Field'I Fence ',.' '," . ;roll69.95;

984-6913 Wont to go In lu.lno.." l-4 ,'*4-B' ,31 14704e%- ''-r.!' ,L'.".612,, .' ,3-3'V'' post*. ",:,>.i. *. .,. xi.$1.93
Kent Or461.173I1ERA"Tiff1fl' ; : ..
; 3 Mites north of. .2 on..Bldg.-Ute.. one toasts. Pensacola' Bohla.y' ..>50 lb.$29

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.tAEG. IWAMB\HOUS6\ In flood tecotlon j whh I wporote. oorooe oparjmWn + !.,}t,. J, 05'
; ,, .' 1 Units Tww1, err RI t I '. 'IWtlIIQFmn' + &
iiofoc1lort Pian: $41,000. I Pump \.
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IW.WOODED COMMERCIAL ACREAGE- -RRacass,"301 .xpo4ur.. Financing available.liberal '\ I :. .. :."1. .' ) ".Was have YOUR apartment tecdynow! :. I : ;Supply,Co. --....----. --

I'ROPfRTlESoS.v.ro1 to c"from." .Good term.., '! / 4 'I\ '
WATERFRONT off tred. ', ,'.'t1"J:" J I 'Y 'N..BM; N. :
terms got Temple
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town f'9L706'
.eUILDING LOTS..ln orput I : f
.ACRE5-LaFGe'; .' r looIftame: home, 'pond l locate, Cowl b.tus.d" 'or"'I rl'I );. .'!, 'd .IN t..FletMa 1,

Ibuilnet* purposes and ,.ldence combined. '! Energy..EfficientV '' ..' Custom D apesPrivale'Patios "" a .


f tf UNIQUE DfiSIIGN-l; BR home with,many.xH'gs,10 /I.c'Plme.lacotlon. ; > "'": Central HeatAirSouthern ; '" Good PrtcB :

1 SOt ACRES with frame! Wme.'Hwy'Ja W.... "'" ;, ; .. > t... 'j txt b r' I .
*LOVELY 3 BR 2 IA f,rick In Country (rub Brtote Priced to sell.CAII ...I .. .f.!., .: .:. r Fo,Water ........, )
1.M..I .llA..f.m1'l\t! bOfl.Wqlk>ng dttslnce) fo.v eything'pUAuTIFUI i ) : tFii Water Pumpo.AndOtlmrSwafill
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34 ACRE -ASTURe-Bami fenced, nice' 1'.... lot* 0',payed Jtagoaf road .rent.' "' : \ ... ; 1" .. ." **
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*35'ACRE FARM with kebrlchhou.e.x: .' 4J, ,
ACRE FARM With lovely bridle horn- ;. !;:'",,1: I .
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*J}'20 TNO'ACREfAJM with older C/BI mi !\Iii, ecetiOn V :".I,(, j ,";:' .; ns ... i ....i ,/ ,; '[' .,: ; WE DIG WILLS S.y.
C/B HOME with lomHy rrrt.good( : 'W' '- .. h"grfP4c'r'fY c ? + < 1/;' '1iV "n.' l ,11 .
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Calvin L.Trieste years, was a retired elementary both of Jacksonville; two sons David is of Donaldsonvill Oa.; two sisters Gasklns $25 gift certificate from bowie,2 luncheon specials from Son: : .
Calvin Lewis Trieste. 83, of school teacher, and graduated from Chitty of Jacksonville and Fred Chit 'v Lena Williams of JJonaldsonville. Starke Motor Parts; ny's Bar-B-Que;and Harry Conklin,2X;V,:, ,
Keystone Heights died Friday morning Asbury College Wilmore, Ky. and ty of Starke; 21 grandchildren and... t and pearlie Williams of Griffin, Ga.. Jr., $25 gift certificate from Out movie passe from. the tF1or-dal:, 'j
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: five and five grandchildren. \,, fitters Williams, $ certificate Theatre.
April 27, in North Florida was a charter member of the great grandchildren.Funeral ; Larry $2 gift Petentonfort'I"'tdonating :
Gainesville, Keystone United Methodist Church. services were held at Sao '.. Funeral services were held from Julia's Florist; Dean Also, thanks to Bob t
following Regional a Hospital long illness. Born in She was the widow of the late minister p.m. Sunday April 29, in the DeWittC. Wednesday May 2, at 2:30: p.m.'in Bennett $20 gift certificate from the Tom's Snak Foods for.,, j,
Waldo, Mr. Trieste moved to and educator, Rev. W.L. Nofcier. Jones Chapel with Rev. LeRoy Raiford Baptist Church with Rev. Western Steer Steakhouse: Bill sale at the Fair. -. .
Keystone Heights ,from Miami 10 Survivors !include two daughters Olive officiating. Burial was In 'Ronnie Klnsaul and Rev. Hugh .. ., '.
He retired Mrs. Evelyn N. Triplet! of Keystone Heights Cemetery under. Walters officiating. Burial was. in -'
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years builder ago. and attended the Baptist Owensboro Ky., and Mrs. Margaret the direction of Jones Funeral Home ':Sapp Cemetery under the direction of : ,. D f? -. -i3At.'t. ,. .
Lake Butler p '
faith. N. Lewis of Keystone Heights;,ono of Starke. Archer Funeral Home of .I .. 17' ..-..... "
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Toni! of Waukegan, IU. Ohio; one brother. Rev. Olin Boat William II.Williams .. ;!
Mrs. Rogers .
William Williams, 74, of In.6 seconds the sound of thunder will travel, t mile.E ,
and Mrs. Virginia I. James of Cres- wright of Ash Grove Mo.; seven Harvey j
and five Raiford died Monday afternoon, Card of ThanksWe
cent City; one step-daughter, Mrs. grandchildren great grand- .
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Helen Burket of Waterford, Mich.; children. April 30, following an apparent heart .
two sisters Mrs: Ollie .Daniels ,of Funeral services were held-at'10'' attack. ,the members of Heilbronn Springs .
Keystone Heights and Mrs.Annie Bell a.m. Friday April 27, in the Druid Born in Donaldsonville, Ga., Mr, Volunteer Fire Department; E:: : 9644956Hwy : t >
Williams lived most of his'life in the UJ .
Fla. close Hills United Methodist Church -
of Palm City, ; a personal Want to thank those individuals who
friend, Mra. Birddie 'G. Knox of Ocala, with Dr. Martha Rutland- Raiford community. He was a deacon "made donations for raffle tickets and ". <<70rlJ
Keystone Heights .and six. grand- Wallis officiating. Burial was in irt the First Baptist Church of Raiford .those businesses who donated prizes
children. Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. and was retired from the Union Correctional to make the raffle possible.The raffle CARDS & GIFTS. .
Ocala, under the direction of Jones Institute where he was
Funeral services were held at 2 was held at the Bradford County Fair ,. "
p.m. Monday, April 30 at graveside Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. supervisor of the Swine Husbandry.He on April 7, and the winners were; qM.Z Mother's Day Is upon us .i
with Rev. Buddy Friedlin officiating. was a member of Raiford F& AM S ,*\ of
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in Heights Charles II.Chitty Lodge No. 82.Survivors Robert Bowen $50 gift certificatefrom i ,
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Cemetery was under the direction of Charles Henry Chitty 76.of Starke Include his wife, Mrs. Norman's Produce; Sid Bla i- ..\ A small bouquet of flowers: IIIQ
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone died Friday, April 27, at his.borne Beatrice J. Williams; one daughter, ton, $50 gift certificate from Corbett's love.Norman's E<'
." :' both of Raiford two Service Norman, A token of your
following a long illness. Betty Sapp ; stepdaughters Tire ; Petty Align ChrI"IM&MenoeII'DMe
Heights.Mrs. Born in Georgia, Mr. Chitty was a Sylvia Tatum of Lawteyand and tire balance from Mosley Tire 100 South :::1wners.
Euala B. Nofcier lifelong resident of Bradford County, Patsy Elixson of Worthington Co.; D.J. Perez Set of Jumper cables I Next to Plnahunl Grocery 0-Io..8arbora Glade
Nofcier, 95, and was a retired pulpwood worker. Springs; one brother,_C.G. Williams from Automotive Parts Center: Lane ," ," 'I,
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following a long illness. Bertie Wilkerson Chitty of Starke; "
Born in Calloway County; Ken- five daughters Mrs.Deloris Baugesa,
tucky, Mrs. Nofcier moved to Mrs. Marie Warner and Mrs Louise MarketU.S. ; N
Keystone Heights four years ago.She Knight all of Starke.and Mrs.Dollle,
was a former resident of Ocala for 16 Martin and Mrs. Marion Waggoner ,
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In recognition f of April''M'>tfationaf "We now have an elaborate system of mainly of 'scolding, burning or \, She also said that in W percent: of 'Urge number of family friends\ A state, now has laws mandating that
Child AbUSe Prevention Month, Union' laws set up to protect children, but it beating. She said that excessive the cases the person who Is responsi child,abuser is often a person ,with suspected cases of child abuse! be ..
County School and Lake Butle hasn't always been like that," she physical punishment that occurs ,ble for the abuse Is male. "Sexual poor \impulse control and poor,self reported to the Department of Health
Middle School students were' said. often and leaves marks constitutes abuse is difficult to deal with," said' esteem,' she said. and ItahabilitaUveServkes HRS).
presented with a, program em ehild" She told the students that people used abuse. "J'm not talking about parents 4,Cameon, "it's easy to teach! a child to "A child who has been abused may "People who fail to report suspectedcases .
abuse In aseembl ., to feel that child abusers were punishing children appropriately for -. protect himself from strangers by ,grow up to abuse children himself.We of child abuse can actually be
Regina parriSn, CAPP (Child*. criminals and should be punished "In something they've done. Abuse Is telling him not to talk to strangers or ">all subconsciously model our actions prosecuted." shbasibeen
Abuse Prevention Project). coon some cases, punitive action (punsih when the punsihment is excessive get In the car with strangers, but It Is' after our parents,, and these actions Child abuse around for a
Wrtator for Union County, introduced ,ment. Is appropriate, but there had! often leaves marks an Randl Cameon from a Child; Protect been a recent move toward "a ,," said'Cameon.inwtionoii ;,himself from people be knows, and abused child loess't always grow up have not always had the law to protect
tion; Team in I Gainesville-; Cameos rehabilitative approach," she said. "Thlstype is more dlf* from people he loves.. to become an abusive parent but the them, Cameon_told the studentsgee
presented a abort program, Infonnl1l8 The change is due to the reason ficult to define," said Cameon. "If a jShe also told the students thatft is tendency Is there in situations, of inpeasedatress
the children about thUd abuSfj arv! tile' researchers have found\ behind many parent or other person has a belittlingor difficult for a child to talk'about this. \ ..'.'Me continued. ; Child Abuser 1ti
various, agencies available to"help cases: of child abuse stress. "Lots of humiliating attitude that causes a kind of abuse and quite often people 'Site to4! the students that ever!
both the children and the parent adults have problems that end In child child to hate himself, and1 to have no idon't believe the child because they
A Child Protection Team (CPT)' I is abuse..' Most tithes they don't even sense of self-worth this constitutes don't want to believe that what'the .
made up of experts In various fields to mean it to }happen, it's just a case of emotional abuse," she said.' child Is saying Is true. "Many people .: .:.. -v -, 1..,....... _.,...A' 1 rlXl-MiII. .. .
covet* the various I pent-up frustration and stress,." said Needed medical care Is not just say that children have very fit: "
abuse such as the physLcal, Cameon. provided for the'child. Basic needs; ventive Imagination, but'' we have' :,
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psychological and emotional affects "People who abuse children used to such as food shelter':and clothing are 'found that children do not lie about a. ;
suffered,, by She Children 'and' the bethought of as criminals: and crazy not provided.s.xuah' 1 'thing like this,""'said fame "The .
parents) CPTs Investigate child abuse; people'who don't love their children, '. Cameon, said that 'child Involved must just keep telling '
.cases:;'nut testify about their findings* but in most cases they're lust normal parent teaches his children not to talk 'people, about it until'someone! believes. :I You :
people who can't cope with stress" to strangers or not to get In the'car ,', CAN'TJ'
.She said that when a parent,ls try' with a stranger; but a surprisinglysmall She told the, students that chljd :
ing to work and take care of a child, percentage of .sexual abuse.., ,abuse doesn't happen off Vihili moun :
especially a young child,who Is making cases involve strangers "In 94 percent tame or somwhere far'awayN it hap -
demands on the parent's time being of the sexual abuse cases,'the ,,';pens in the city and in rural areas;it ; 1ItAT O'R I Iiaovvt
difficult or crying,a parent may child knows the person who is respondSible : .happens?!: in rich families and in poor-
want to take hold of the .child and for the abuse," said Cameon Ht' ".families, "A family In' which;child '
.shake.him.brv take the frustration out is usually a family member Or a per, < abed Intends to be more .. ; : );. {,: .\,
on the child son who (Is close to the family and Is !I;, it is not In a lot of < : 'LOWPRICES ;4/ I

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children six months old or:under, one- : Are (Offering' oul! ,
third concerns children from six ,
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Ran4 i .Caitileb3in,tt '"She .said4 that"many people think, This Week -
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.The problem idtbat'chlld abuse is year 119 cases od child abuse were' i. May.thtY"Mav.9 .
so.complex .(problem thaCJttakejt.! .. reported in,Union County"l,000; were ,' : : Ia
professionals with many different reported. Alachua County, 7,000
viewpoints; ,to deal with all the:, were reported" in Florida and 2 million'. ; i ifiOKFASTmm :
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social and,)egal, said Cameon in' ,the "licenses is a lot for small county '6:00: ar;; ..io 10:30'a.m. # ,
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fortnulate J a.-treatment" an a'ehe. "' : last year as'a result of & FRUIT. ,BAR '

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I supervisor, said Eme.rgeney'Servi' on his chest but is doing i well,said mister

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Jacksonville are amazed at his progress A workma'a for Florida Power and his
following the April 25 accident light Company King was electrocuted trans
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