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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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A. Hx.*nonth delay in placing'' as conservation land if Georgia- transfer to the State of Florida. In 1981, agreed to the delay
Georgia-pacific's Santa Fe Swamp! Pacific should fail to donate or sell the Don Morgan, director of Suwannee ing and worked closely with
holdings; Bradford County's new land to a state or federal agency by River. Water Management District, Ise l (John Kopelousos in framing
conservation district may lead to an: that date. which has supported efforts to protectthe y agreement
acceptable.solution to problems arising -, In view of the rezoning delay, Hudson swamp from mining, was pleasedthat : understands that
during a three year controversyover Pulp& Paper Corp.. of Palatka, a the plan,if successful, would give -this"tmatter'! Is not resolved by
mining peat in the sensitive subsidiary of Georgia-Pac, fic, agreed the state title to the swamp without an ahead November' 5, Bradford County will go
wetlands) of southeastern Bradford i "not to conduct or attempt to acquireany expenditure of land acquisition funds. as planned placing the!swamp
County. license or'permit to conduct any He said the swamp is of major importance inv:; the :"non-mining conservation
: Granted unanimously by'the Couh-!1 L activity in the swamp" including to Santa Fe Lake, Santa Fe district, Hill said.i
ty Commission at a public hearing! peat mining or the removal of timberor River, and .the Suwannee River in The Lake Dwellers president
, here Monday' morning, the delay .in II other agricultural products duringthe times'\ of flood as well as drought, "It pointed to many benefits for the coup
feZoning wi1l:-? ;', | negotiating period. acts like a big sponge<< holding water 't.1..from; the proposed! agreement, if
\ Give Georgia-Pacific) time toj I Icomplete' Nature Conservancy ,a' nonprofit back ;in time of flood, and releasing negotiations, are successful.
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negotiations for ':donating' private conservation1 group with water, in times of drought," Morgan : care' swamp
: the' problem forever,with no threat of expensive -
5,316-acre swamp to a non-profit whom Georgia-Pacific has been said
I, conservation group or selling it to a discussing .the property transfer, is ". .belieye ,everyone is acting in court action drainage; the county will
I state br federal governmental agency -: reportedly interested in the proposal, good faith and I feel confident of the experience no problems I
taking advantage of a more but Bob Burns, assistant director for outcome, although nothing has been' 'caused" bydlsturbing the natural flow
! favorable appraisal of the land that land acquisition at its Florida office in 'changed as. yet" Morgan said. 'of. the river ; the danger of
j would be likely if it were rezoned immediately -j Winter l'arksaid yesterday "We are ""Georgia-Pacific still has the swamp, downstream'flooding would be
! to preclude peat mining. I at the beginning of negotiations" The we still have the, lakes and rivers, and eliminated, as would bad effects caus a
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I -Give Bradford County assurance!, Arlington Va, based conservancygroup there;,'is always the possibility that to wildlife habitat by the thinningof >v
that Santa Fe Swamp will remain un- ] has a membership: of 189,000. changing world conditions'' might vegetation and timber; there would MNTense'
l touched during the negotiating! with offices in 35 states. It has already .cause the price of oil to soar again and be no damage to water quality in our
period and thereafter if Georgia-I completed 65 conservation projects in peat become more cost-effective lakes'and streams as a result of turbidity Moment .,"..

Pacific consummates its plan to sell Florida, involving 140,000 acres with as a by'
or donate the disputed wetlands, a high percentage of wetiands"Burns'said. Harold Hill, president of the Santa' repairs caused overuse and Corporation, signs agreement at Santa Fe Swamp hearing'in courthouse
According to the agreement'signed; It is understood that if negotia- Fe Lake Dwellers Association, the heavy mining Monday morning. Others from left are; E.W...Hodges, chairman County

Monday, continuing the hearing until I I tions are successful, Nature Conser- organization that militantly fought to .. \\{ Commission John Kopelousos, eOl misslon'* attorneyt.an4, : Harold,. Hill,
November 5 will not prejudice the'I ,vancy will receive the donated protect the swamp in its natural state, : !lSee.Milting..P.2A1 president of the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association., I .
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If f axe I h yll d 1a; } ri ;' 4c'; i ? Charles' Francis and' George Crady, D-Yuleeand D-Middleburg Disbar{
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i aW rt Nt Jim Duncan, this week announced Rep. ,
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superintendency. Duncan, 4.3, is the Whitworth and Eighth Circuit Public
f ,; +t current principal of Bradford' High. Defender Rick.Parker, appointed to
School. Francis is director of person-: replace Alan Parlipiano, who- resigned

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"i'' think we are fortunate hi All county office officials must run
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: having some good people to offer in 1984. They are Clerk Gib Brown,
themselves for candidates for the;; Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Property'Appraiser
I Jimmy Alvarez, Tax Collector -
job, says SupL Casey, expressing his
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( k pleasure that such qualified candidates Esther Hall, Supervisor
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come from within the current: Neva Flynn
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w '', b)' local education system. superintendent.commissioners in odd-
"a Don't take this as meaning I'm goiing ; County l
cautioned of. numbered district must run. They are
to retire, Supt Casey .
r his decision not to run for re-election, commissioners Lawrence Moeley.andHomer
He declined to comment further. .on ''Dist. 1; Maxie Carter Jr.*Dist.'3,
pi' his Hart Dist. 4.
r1o plans. School board members' up for election
y Casey has been a teacher and adf
7k t2 : ministrator in the Bradford school1 are J.R. (Jim). LawioivDist,
system for the past 35 years. Casey's., and Rodney/.PvHali; Dist terms:4.; ':: '?'ire'inoJanuary'1965.ttnust '

I Iw ,,16 years and retired Supt. Harmon Pi-.; County judges whose but ex that
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Tare J Morgan's the most 20 years served as in superintendent the post. ; i does not expires.George.Pierce, :
the. whose term 1986. : :
The school announcements are !
',:,' .,..,;, a first shot fired in the 1984 elections'when Circuit judges whose: terms'1iIXplreIn
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1985 must run in 1984.In the Eighth
r' almost will be ort thd
everybody ; 4
Back Breaking; ballot. 7 Judicial Circuit these Include Judges
Beautiful. ,, for state voters Is set' Osee R. Fagan 'John. J Crews, Benjamin -
4 But !. y First primary M.'Fench'R.A.: (BuzzyX Green
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Sept. 4. Candidates will qualify ,;
On his' haunches picking ''noon July 18 to noon July 20-:, Jr. and,Tberon: A*Yawn Jrv
+ ,. r 1 ar. strawberries in the wet new is The second primary is Oct, 2. Th: $ Up for retention voteS'will'' be
r '' back-breaking work,i for Willie general election Is Now; \ / J Florida' Supreme, Court Justices
right. If don't believe Leander\J.1Sbaw..Jt"and! Raymond:
I Clark at you On the primaryand general elec*
g 6 t that, try it. 'lion ballots will be representatives} to. .Ehrtich,:and:judaes of the ,District( ,

3 'the' U.S. Congress U state senators Courts;,01 :Appeal J/ First" Appellate'.
'' Earle Zehmer,John'
The Clark family from Lawtey with odd, numbered districts; sat ; District; Edward '
-. r t has picked Billy Anders"! small. House members; circuit judges, state, ,' I''Kline,Wi.ntoo..1'Id. Ralph W.Nbn.'
r berry patch clean in'' about two attorney,1iublic defender.'all county;; :mona.Jr 1 :; Voters,'can,mark ballots'on
}; ,' hours. After 'a long''association '"4 officials, county commissioners 'an4; either: '''Of''r.or' '?a alnet:q! these
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; ,' t ,: i Lawtey, the Clarks are just helpIng 5. .. {I
''s ,, .'d Ii Billy 'Anders out. .1 ,-" ,
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strawberries, in 'the.. county, and This' Molroso resident'Is, weH know' throughout the oreG fibyR*, :;t

many email, growers like Anders.Barries .. her .'preseiW Wlldtfe!>Including erMk>n0ered .pe ts of, .&

anlmaIs.'asi""weltas' | he fe contng.fightto' p*eastyV the rapidly', 'Ii

dwindling forest lands thi.. lake oro.si,8h 'W 1 x 'gwd'lastrumentaiin'arerentlyconip.I.d'agreemeniwith '!! 'Bi;(::t.'',1','\;.,'!' 1

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y'; Now 1* the'time to get out In the half price SO'cents 'quart, or$3 per growers in the county. He has,just?I'...t?./ ear's production.'ihe:big" -. Crystal Lake r.iitteiet'aiivtri,;" 51dnIy:'rocontly' completed his, &(' -. t

.,' field and pick beautiful Bradford flat, plus they can pile up the six 10,000 plants, about half-acre :' '". 'i Christmas Eve freeze killed the bet, l' :d.gro",In,,q special! taxlaWmyi' eoH'J Jn Roxboro, North ,;. ,', ;; ,
County strawberries for the trezer.j: j quarts. Or berries now are selling planted In his hours off from WOrk"lf'; Tries back to the around this! year' ,? .:"' ;Carolina and f watched his butn*Is'boom' a"r..olt'of his' n.bi I
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'or to eat. i retail for $5 or $6 per flat Taylor Ing on the railroad at his home on,-: i iCR225 \ /and, made them late.: ? *, 1 l1'ogccuiretrirtls.; J\ :' 1\i.n r .:. '.
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o lark from ''t, cauliflower. The $wpMa Btmtt 4 rdTcoMnty MWi' wol I prem jtf" .i..'iiU{!-Mfr. %
ti* >Carter Jr. on SR-19 NW of starke ,r'" Jamlp family Lawtey. ', it The VB l" ; '" : "
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: be pick- public and have signs posted; enough berries to fill his order. "< .'ifl; '' ,. Dough J a41l*j Iii..v4' 'it '. : ;1 1jr. ..t" '' ...,.., "". ;' ",1-,r.J, : I
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I more works; 1 I Growers like for pickers to'get Anders growing t I ( I 'l T J*
j Inf H theY help from Ism early in the morning, Taylor points .years and has steady customers. W' "',;:-. If'. \ '.':..._/_: 'I... '-= ii1 !II

"'s" -tt UHd cool 14:;, says County out..That way the U-picker" can beat 'plants Thursday's was 2511ats.picking: Anders from the Uapt.to..;.' ties The lalitl weati wa''ki. ...:t... .. 'd ;., Site w,' '!:'.\tHHft,=!! |.' ('''.'J" .. I' 'Biliiw.'" '1'; |

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talents to students needs. Thirdly, I Bradford County School'D is t fid., cellence will give positive direction to... sible experience to his candidacy 1 He,.. i 'hl : lot'. yeartf. atllletl1 1 t; ,. ) 'i" "
feel that I can work harmoniouslywith In a prepared statement 'announc- the many fine employees And outstan- '' graduated'from Cnlpley' High! School ffie University{ < < '1fI/J./ I ,
the Bradford County School ing for the office, Duncan said, "This ding programs in our county all hi West Florida and the University of In iv)3t) Duncan became prln'cipalfIat.
Board together, to provide the announcement is made to offer to the directed toward quality education for Florida. He holds the Master of Lawtey Elementary School and r* '. 1
leadership we need for the next four citizens of Bradford County positive our students. With 20 years of educa- Physical Education and Health mained there until accepting'; the' '
years". leadership, educational improvementand tional leadership; kindergarten degree as well as the Educaiton Bradford High School principalsnlp in
Francis is married to the former a spirit of cooperation betweenthe through the community college level, Specialist degree in Administrationand 1978. He currently represents. 4,1
Charlene Hardy and they have three school, the community. and I have the experience and qualifica- Supervision from the Universityof school districts on the Board of Direc,.
children, Beth, a freshman at Santa. elected officials. Our finest resourcesare tions necessary to serve the people of Florida. He is a former Justice of tore of the Florida Association; of, j
Fe Community College,John David,a the young people and children of Bradford County. My goal is to lead the University Honor Court and captain Secondary School Principals and has'.>' '
junior at Bradford High School, and our county and they deserve the best the school system .to a position of of the University of Florida been a guest speaker on educational1'):
bonnie, a sixth grader at Bradford that we can offer in terms of educa- recognition and achievement among: baseball team. He also received the programs at state-wide meetings inr ..
Middle School. Francis taught at tional opportunities and leadership.My Florida's public schools." Don Fleming Memorial Award as the Florida, Louisiana, Kentucky and'. '
Bradford High School for five years, commitment to educational ex- Duncan brings a variety of respon outstanding captain of an athletic Minnesota .' ,
served as principal of Hampton
Elementary, Brooker Elementary
Starke Elementary and Bradfordlligh
School. He also served as Direc- Mining.
tor of Curriculum and presently is .. ,
Director of Personnel Secondary Cur '
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; eliminated.timbering equipment would be' Notice of Public Hearing .

Kopelousos came up with the pro-
posal to protect the swamp through
conservation district rezoning when :. Clay County School Board .
he was retained by the county several :
months ago to mount a legal defense .. .\ '"

''Charles Francis against Obviously mining.pleased with results of : Attendance Zones
his efforts in negotiating an agree-
Charles Francis, veteran Bradford ment acceptable to GeorgiaPacificas
County educator, announced his can- F well as the Lake Dwellers,
didacy for Superintendent Public Kopelousos told commissioners Mon-
Schools this week. Fancis stated, "1 day, "I believe this will put the question
would like to\take this opportunity to of the Santa Fe Swamp to rest.: If .
serve the people of Bradford CountyIn these plans can be brought to fruition, '
a capacity that is very vital at this you gentlemen will never, never haveto A public 'hearing will be held on Tuesday May 15''',
time. Changes in the public school handle this hot potato again." ,
system mandated by the Legislaturewill y. Me gave the commissioners '
effect each schoo' each student, something else to think about, 1984, at 7:30 in the, cafetorium at Keystone Heights
and each family in Bradford County .however, when, in taking his leaveafter '
I have had the opportunity in the past 4F *i' the hearing,,he quipped, "Well, Elementary' School. Attendance zones for Clay;:
27 years to serve successfully in many rlr r, frN gentlemen, I'll now gdback to Orange
capacities. I feel these experienceshave Park, and prepare my bill." At the
Schools related areas.of Bradford County
helped me to gain a keen insightto previously'a greed upoQ p J'c' of$75 an County as to -
problems and the solution of those hour lot Jlis/ 'services. ;? -
problems with teachers, parents and n. } will 'be discussed. All interested parties, should,
students." ...
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how"My we main'can best interest serve is the focused students on .,...,- .I 49 plan to attend. Board action expected to be taken at

needs to allow them to be successful, Jim DuncanJim Onions ib.
productive citizens. Secondly, I am (Limit 3 Ibl) this hearing.
concerned about teacher morale Duncan, principal of Bradford
brought about by mandated restric- High School since 1978, this week an- Mike's Produce
tions that prevent them from being nounced his candidacy for' 301 S -Just Post Drive-In
more effective in applying their Superintendent of Schools for the

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'' 1 J More Classroom. JNfeeded ,at BHS, Says Principal Jim Puncan; ... .'" ;' ;:;::1.1\i''

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need for 11 more classrooms at tlon. These teachers go f om was recommended by the last stage ,' 4
survey productions with side the north of "
proceeds go- on side the
.j'.j'A 1 High School I was cited by classroom to classroom or meet[in a team, and therefore state construc- big to the re-Hghtlng costs. In connection with cafeteria. 10sliiof6Requesta> rpd '," :
Jim Duncan to all five storage/ room. tion monies cannot be spent on SResurface)' the nos. 14 and 15, a Vocational) Aorku: J
f: ? board members last Thursday -One teacher will, be added bee use classrooms. The survey team, $18,000 job planned BUS this track, but an one lunch with period schedule: is contemplated Paul Hutehtaa and _.... ....,,,
night, May 3. the state now requires( an additl nal however, determined that BUS does delayed when it didn't done year before the two blocks classes in President Vicki Thomas .
Duncan terms the lack of space a year of science A new science lijib is need a new administrative building, the BHS Invitational.get morning and three single some$9,095\ in new equipment I"M. '
Plans to minute
"real aggravating kind of thing" to in the works for 1984-85. and expanded library, a new science resurface the track this summer.are !6)Add classes in the afternoon. plet the effort beiSg ,made .'.
J face in his attempt to upgrade the Only the reading teacher doesn't laboratory and that Building should 6)Install a new fence along center and computers administrative to the medica FP'",farm which include! a pegnow i .
J standard of education at BHS. need a classroom. Reading can be be returned to its original 10 bleachers at football field. area for under construction. c''
The number of students at BUS has taught\ a small office. But a space classrooms, from the current 13. Replace lightpole at record-keeping Duncan end management Requested were a hay mowerOr.-.
increased in 10 }'ears1 and six, addi for the reading teacher to meet with If. a new, administrative suite Is of football field. The northeast'corner Is systems. Said class schedulesare table loading chute, cattle,, ,scal<&: :
: tional teachers have been employed several students at one time would built and the library expanded into rotten and city workers pole refuse he Is being computerized this year and woven wire, wire stretchers, 'stud "
j for programs added have to be the power fairly sure each student can be automatic watering machines for '.
by the state but provided.The present administrative area; to climb it to install ;
new light bulbs. given
-1 for,which the state has provided no alternative education < lass there will still be space for four addi- Repaint entire gymnasium and InS school a printed this schedule before leav bog and cattle.Walkways t
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J funds for additional classroom space. meets in the lobby of the auditor urn. tional classrooms. The new science repair or replace floor. extra aired Requested 'r'
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I In addition,there are 13 classrooms In The driver's education class met ts in lab would be a fifth additional', lnsuil) a library book security scheduling won't summer to do ,..
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j. Building I (Social Studies and the main body of) the auditorium classroom. But, new classrooms are i t system. mClasaroom furniture necessary: and Students Michelle StUlwell and, 4':
English) originally built for 10 The three 'classrooms ffom needed for driver's education two ',., 10)Build an additional science lab equipment storagearea Kell, Baldwin cited the' need' for .. .
1 classrooms and sly teachers Building I, three'' from the education : covered :
are in canningplant compensatory classes and <{ facility. Replace 'of and walkways at this school. I' : ,1''
the old canning plant now called the and the six new state programsadded : four classroms. are needed for the exceptional )" lI)1nstall( two computers: for Social refrigerator, In home economics stove The walkways have been'"in me"i"
'i Vocational Rehabilitation Building,in up to'' 12 teaching units or education program, Including ." Studies and English I9)purchase) administrative office area. list several years with tart, of ';'"
1 space that could effectively handle. 'classrooms. Subtract one 'unit resource teachers in gifted, '' 12)Replace current phone! system, area calculators. building them with student labor but', '
'j three classes. because the reading'' instructor speech learning disability and emotionally with a P0X system. '. Purchase band add havq not been built yet. .
equipment to
The six teachers 'hired for addi doesn't need a regular classroom and handicapped classes. 13)Accomodate) cross-country competition to or replace current items Board members told the students
,\' tional state programs are: YOU get U classrooms. The dollar figure might scare : area by fencing a running ZDSound-filmstrlp) projectors.; and Mrs.''Pat Baldwin the walkways
!. Two additional teachers were Principal Duncan told the school .lane in the vocational-middle school 22)Movie (3-4 Inoperable probably won't be built until after:the
hired when BHS It's the number one priorit the board projectors
administrative
agreed to participate members area.1 new building to be
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14 in a state program where no English school board is requested to con Ider The BHS "want list" also Includes: 14)Rework entrance and exit areas inventory. replace two. off" placed in the middle of the school
,1 teachers would have more than 100. for BHS for the 84-85 school: .trin. 2)Rerocfing) the administrative .,,. to cafeteria so the entire student body 23)Microfilm readers (two grounds in which was a bus,loading
students per day. Supt Tom Casey has previously said area and media center. can be fed at one time. out, at $500 each.24)Soundslide ., worn' area is completed. Only then will it
i -A reading specialist was hired, but the emphasis will be placed on B iS in 3)Investigate roofing needs for 15)Install, a fenced eating area out projector be known where the walkaways
currently has to work in the lobby of the 84-85 building program. Building i, English and 'Social.. should go it was pointed out.
the administration building or in one However,, it is not yet known how Studies. I '
:} of the administrative offices not being much money the school system will 4))Rework,the auditorium lighting ...
J used at the time. receive. system which has been planned for
-Two. additional teachers were Further'complicating the problem years. School Board Chairperson '

j.: employed. .In compensatory educa is.that no additional. classroom space Patricia Spengler suggested having. '" LAWN & GARDEN.

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,J t June is the target for the first, son: on this opportunity.Cooney )
Membership Steve Denmark.chairman ,
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I the chamber of Commerce ; Leonard Schlofman..teve albums for sale here in Starke before ..,;'1
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", committee member Susan Faulkner Humanitarian VfomackMar- 25 albums autographed by Clower.
to give a monthly award for physical.improvementl. chese, chairman; Jim .
such as landscaping Roger Jones. FREE GIFTS
Meeting of the committees set
interior or exterior remodeling. Miss;;
Faulkner's suggestion to separate the setforThursdayMay24attheCha4nber Cancer CrusadeQuota ,
.: physical improvements from service : membership 3:30: .p.m.( ;: GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
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1 'I'm looking forward to getting that' Dues Schedule.,. ,
going... it can be very meaningful to President Tomlinson asked the De.lT TOWISELF PEST C9NTRM.
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community said Chamber A $10,000 quota the 1984, ; '
.: President J.E. Tomlinson. making more than one: level of individual Cancer Crusade has been set for the IH THE HOME LAWK 6&R8EN ROSE-BSS
( The committee of Gerry Ely Susan membership, such ass nail, Bradford County' Chapter, of the .f, .
Faulkner and Bryon Terwillegar medium; and large, and to con Ider American Cancer Society. Fattrite; Oaten;I i..,
:' will determine recipients of the out-of-town memberships. As of Mar.I., $4,000 has been contributed ;
award from nominations submittedby The current dues schedule t was ".:which means we need to Control Fleas Roaches ft most I ': M Br.Near Rtehleok,
the general membership of the, ,adopted a'little over a year ago and collect $6,000 more to meet thisquota'says other Insects 'in the home. JQ LSatM
Chamber either in writing or by; .some questions have arisen..Tomlin Miss Lillian Stump,-who leg, $6,21w

1 I p son said suggesting some people heads, the fund raising effort. l'''.! Bttlll.'S I .(. .... a tltoa.
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recipient. A certificate will be The money-making venture O sell- finance the On-Going Research Program r'. New Ii-Kill. K35CoataiM .
presented to each winner.Committees. ing first cut albums of Jerry Chr er's : ," says Miss Stump. Dsrthti N6g'T.2 .io.. V ;Trait Shade Trees
""Starke ''Raving :album was suggested Donations may be mailed to; ; .
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.New .... ,, Chamber tike Lillian Stump 1199 Bessent Road. L *
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Bradford Abstract office<< once located in old bank building now used by retired 4'rb
surveyor M.G. McMillan.<< Pictured from left are M.F. (Marcus) Brown attorney!
Mrs. Vonda Inman at typewriter; G.M. Inman. early realtor and promoter; and
Mrs. Alma Hough secretary, mother of McMillan.EDITORIALS. '

J.W. Andrews Sr, sold horses at his livery stable
across from old courthouse on what Is now U.S. XOI and R.O. Bob) Daniel (Un middle of front row; and group of friends sitting on
Tall St. Ills ) wooden sidewalk at side of Daniel's print shop, located In building used for many
J.W. (Joe
.. son Andrews Jr. sold dif-
tI .. leioolorq ferent kind of transportation. Ford cars, in ''Starke a for years by Quigley & Davis Lumber Supply and now occupied by Acme Hardware at\
many years. railroad on E. Call Street. Man standing at right with cigar is believed to be Bert

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nothing has actually changed described as a "trade-off" that had Chamber Office I

as yet concerning the status of Santa benefits for both sides.GeorgiaPacific ";, .

Fe Swamp the agreement entered into would benefit by Old photographs of Call Street .I L ,1
buildings as they looked 50,75,or JOO y
Monday by the Bradford County Com- delaying a decision to place the swamp year* ago are needed as guides to. ,
mission and Hudson Pulp& Paper Co., a in the county's new conservation how the area looked In Starke's ear

subsidiary of Georgia-Pacific Corporation district which would ban peat-mining, ly day*.Such photos will play an Important
could write a happy ending to the and could result in lowering the appraise part in plans to'create a
historic district along Call Street. r'I
threat of peat mining and timber opera- ed value of the land. Tax credits would 'Anyone having such photographs I M

tions in this environmentally sensitive thus be, reduced on a future gift of the .or'' old postcards fa asked to bring f ,

wetlands.A land. them to the Chamber of Commerce, ''., a J'
where they will.be, registered and "
six-months extension of time
was From the county's standpoint, the returned to the owners after they
granted Georgia-Pacific to complete delay in order to assist GeorgiaPacificin have been negotiations "to donate or sell the Santa completing negotiations to give up title photos picked up at your home, call,

Fe Swam, consisting of 5,316 acres, to to the swamp, would, if successful, WH-527H. ,

or some other prevent any use of_ the swamp for mining The old Commercial Hotel which bordered the east side) of the railroad tracks at
governmental agency of the State of or timber cutting.. It would also Call Street crossing. The hotel was a popular overnight stop for "drummers"
Florida or the United States, said dona- relieve the county of possible future ex- (traveling salesmen) and strawberrry: buyers during berry season.IIun .
tion or sale to be consummated no later J \
penses, if the swamp is mined, such as' '
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than Nov. 5,1984. keeping roads repaired for the addi- : neSocietySpeaker I : G

Nature Conservancy is a non-profit tional heavy use and drainage problems ,:,:,
organization of private citizens in- caused by disturbing the natural flow of t r t )

terested in conservation of the nation's the river.A Sees Need for Countywide Animal Control LawSpearheading' -

natural'resources.. It has 10,000 side benefit from the prolonged ,
members in Florida, and 185,000 na- fight over protecting the has J J
swamp a' obtain :
tionally, with headquarters in Arlington been the increased awareness of the tywide animal control drive'program go ,!including:& couri-, agreed that a countywide animal would offer adequate facilities for the use '.} I
Va. and 35 state offices. control program is high on the list of need- of all municipalities and the unincor..t
public to the functions and benefits pro- >a county adimal shelter.was listed by Ban! ed county-city services: He said the stray porated areas, she said. ::
It has completed 65 projects' in vided by wetlands. This concern on the ,bara Renfrp as one of.the goals\ of the! localirumahe'TSbciety dog problem Is a continuing problem for
acres .a of the public is now bearing fruit in in a talk at the May 3lS9i' his 1 islittle that.canj The large number of questions and com:,
Florida,) totaling 140,000' .with 'part t+ offlce)14thrre bp";,'ments fajlefwkigi ,
yligRlQip/y Mraal1Ranfrotalk4tk
It.isf"n.terested to pass a significant 'wetlandsini ) w.JW'f.fl.t ; rbdsla gnfa dojie by hisi s&fowitWuFlhiB!}{, WcWng OJ, 'if
high.percentage, of wetland .., ,... effort Hl.lI1hrl' ordinance II[lidteatedtt tbwnulh strati d.og ..problem jjS,11J
:fae&meftyaiwwwsed
in -teceiving the Santa'Fe ring the current 'legislative1's@he: : 1.'Hr"mwJ,/! mbersywttrnteepPrMay<<.UjIIIIft"DJqerillg,;;Jufle r.iifflWtf with the County !cMn; iii8 (trrf'rf **rlou8>m(
wetlands as a gift from GeorgiaPacificwith sion. ,lat 1 ,,.,naon.>:lrr the Western. Steer several occasions, but no action has been Citizens being bitten in'the past few mon-"
the possibility of later transferring Santa Fe is one of the few re- Steakhouse to discuss this and other objectives .taken, Reddish said. His office has Ire ths. The city of Starke has a newly updated q
Swamp dog control ordinance, but it is not being j t
Mr*. Renfre said. quent,calls from livestock whose
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of Florida but
to the! State Bob Burns '
maining wetlands in Florida that is tied animals have been adequately enforced, several Rotarians ..
attacked and
assistant director for land acquisition at into the headwaters of a river system. Among bther goals of the group are the sometimes killed by dogs, the Sheriff add- pointed out. The need for strict enforcement -
its Florida office in Winter Park, says, The Kissimmee River wetlands were introduction of educational programs'in ed. of licensing and inoculation of all y
county schools concerning proper care of dogs in the city was stressed. ..
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"Things are now beginning
mostly drained and developed as a partof animals; resuming annual or semi-annual Mrs. Renfro said the Humane Society '
negotiations. the Disney World complex and the' rabies clinics; the investigation of cases of r.' had been contacted by representatives of "You are all civic leaders in our community -.I,,
animal abuse and limited two'of the smaller and it is with people like you that :
cruelty of the
While "feeling confident" about the St. Johns River wetlands were sold to ; ,placement -\, municipalities ,
service for unwanted or abandoned county, "who would like to work with us to we can create enough community'
eventual outcome of negotiations, Don the detriment of the river. Efforts are animals,and the establishment of spay ,' help solve the animal control problemsthat awareness to enable us to work together to a''
Morgan, director of the Suwannee River now being made to buy them back at a neutering programs, the speaker said. seem to plague all areas of the county. reach our goals, Mrs. Renfro said. "We
has greatly increased price.If They would be interested must create a'stronger sense of responsible -
Water Management District which During';.a question and answer 'period tri helping to sup'. .
been with Nature Conservancy 'port a countywide animal shelter. that'j,1 animal ownership among those people
working closely after Mrs., Renfro's talk Sheriff '
the should falter fail Dolph t who do have animals in their care
negotiations or ; : I
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between and November Bradford r, "
says "it s not over till it'fc over." If con- now 5, >".., ,' ,: :"
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ditions change and the price of .
should triple, GeorgiaPacific'might: proceed immediately to place the Santa Bounty Agent's Notebootif;; _;"tiob' YL''ayurt:! ; :",;: J I

again find it cost effective to burn peatin Fe in its Conservation. District, ,, ,.( ,. u ,i I' "W'iJ''''', ''';.?{ ,P ,.. q:\tir': :
its Palatka boilers instead of oilj where it would be protected from min- .'3 ,.. ,, : : ,,: '' : "
and limited timber II *' ''
ing, only operations "* .11
But hopefully negotiations will ''proceed would be allowed. .f Lawn-Watering more water is applied than the soil can' absorb tice''wastes' water which, i is rrapidly l lost- ,
foreseen and in the .\\g the surplus is lost as runoff ,
as currently t through evaporation I ,To?!conserve
words of attorney John Kopelousos'- Spring weather .stimulates new growth A general rule for') rtawns is to supply, moisture and. money,,'it's usually best to
believe this will put the question of the Shrine Day Festivities in plants including grass. And as your from one-half to one inch of water per application apply water'ln the early'morning 'when I it
,lawn's growth rate increases, so does its This is about 300 to 600,gallonsfor ,Is more likely to soak into the soil rather; I
Santa Fe Swamp to rest..and you coun- need f.t water. Unfortunately; do not each thousand square'feet of grass. than t Rising Into the air/as) vapor:
ty commissioners will never, never: receive much<< rain.at this time year.fAnd But,' remember that the best' amount for '
have to'handle this hot potato again." even when; heavy, rains do come, heavy your lawn will depend on your. specific soil Forestryby
precipitation alone won't fully' Satisfy
If there is a moral to the events of grass needs. So'you, must provide supplemental type. '" :
would Once'you've determined the proper frequency david.wi: "
Monday; it probably be "never .fir 1 moisture.Our Norton
and correct amount, must
say die..in unity there is strength...and,, andy' soils don't hold water very decide when to water. While it's you true that J .
David does sometimes still win out over well which is a problem compounded by watering during the hottest part of the day: 'Nature's SurvivalInsurance .
Goliath." rapid moisture evaporation during warm will beneficially cool the grass, this prac- '
weather': THUS/ regular irrigation is essen-
An indomitable group of Santa Fe tial to/i the,maintenance of an attractive Muriel A pine seedling i is one of the most com;,,I
Lake property owners, incorporated in- lawn especially during spring and ,gum : Gilhooly .. mon plants in the world of botany. By the.'
Re elected 'I. '
to the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Associa.. mer. 'I. Secretary *::1. '"time-it emerges from, a .need(It is a rare'

tion, and led by their determined president Three basic factors watering frequency, Democratic,Comm.: ... aury\ or' ,,among\ multitudes' of potential. 1
Harold Hill, have waged a, con, volume; and time of application must be Muriel Gilhooly was' re-electee C' trees, !I > .I, "
tinuous fight to the Santa Fe carefully evaluated in developing ao effec- secretary of the Bradford Count r Efforts'by the pine f mily'to reproduce
preserve tive landscape watering program. I'll Democratic Executive Committee at th,. Itself are'visible, if you take time to look;
Swamp in its natural state, even before cover each of these critical. considerations. reorganization meeting on April 28.- Evidence of this is the yellow dust which
Georgia-Pacific acquired the propertyin There/are' several clues to a lawn's need Through error, the re-election ot< Mrs, blankets'your car and everything else left
1981. They never lost the faith that for water., If bluish-gray spots appear' Gilhooly was omitted from the news 'ac::, .outside in early spring; Each pollen grain,
they could stop 'exploitation of the the grass;and begin to turn brown, waterIs regret elected'at that time.. is an effort by the tree to produce a Seed.rain
needed. If remain in the We omission. Uncountable millions of pollen grains
odds
in the face of that footprints grass
even
cause to eventual Clowns, funny'cars, motorcycle trick, for a I long time after the lawn is walked on, down: during,the; spring! _season.! : :
some cynics say riders and marching bands will bring water' is needed.: And, if a soil sample, '!The Vellow dust'Is produced by the pine's
mining of peat was inevitable. If' the the Shriners annual .day of; fun and taken from the foot zone of the grass, feels To The W1kerOfAn'Anon ,' male flowers.The female flowers on which
proposed negotiations terminate' sue;; festivity to Starke this'Saturday.And dry and crumbly water is needed.! / / mous.', '; the dust settles) are not very noticeable but
cessfully in November, it ,will be a in spite of the carnival at The'"'time between required waterings jLettento Editor present in large numbers.They are about

monument to the perseverance'of this mosphere, it all ends up to helping crap: environmental will depend,to some factors extent such, on changes;as high in Regarding your letter, with' the .pine half.col1es.an inch long and,resemble! miniature' / -jj

group. families burned children whose temperatures and strong winds. This intensifies challenge. "I know you: won't print : the female flowers grew
cannot afford the expensive plant water loss to surroundingair this letter for all parents of Bradford :, d ring the r.It is not until the following
Theirs were not the only efforts being treatment for serious burns and. orthopedic through evaporation. Also, you'll haveto ,High School<< students' ,,'but'at"least'.I fait' that the cone.reaches full size an<<
made of course, They had,the backingof problems ., adjust watering frequency to your soil's tried!" : .: matures the seeds. The cone flowers fertilized
many' groups, including the Suwannee The always fantastic parade will format specific capacity to hold moisture. To 'The letter'would'have been gladly this past Match will mature in the
the time between waterings'' printed, but for one thing. You failed fall of 1985. Each will :
produce
River Water Management District some degree pine cone
and
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10 a.m. at Bradford Square proceed will depend on the season of the year. In to ..Ign'your name. Like, most about 90\ to 80 seeds, each with a wing at-'
and other conservation organizations up its traditional route, north along summer; grass may ,need watering'as 'newspapers' Th. 7*l*graph has apoBcy tached to allow it to drift downwind from:
and'individuals who recognized the im- U.S. 301,, to the* Starke Elementary often as every three or four days, while In of not printing letters unless Wff 'the tree to start a new, seedling ':;:1
of the to'', the entire need additional moisture know the Identity of the writer If the ,
portance swamp School where the 'usual ;sumptious winter,.it may letter Is signed. ,we will publish theletter' Millions of seeds are produced d, but only
from the Santa weeks.Too much water can
basin two
Suwannee River chicken dinnerwill be served. only every 'all1l withhold the name of the' a small minority mana e to grow Into newtrees. .
Fe 'to the Gulf"of Mexico. They know In"sponsoring 'this 'great service to be until as bad of as need too little.So.appear. Then do not,water irrigate immediately writer from the paper upon request.), Birds, animals\ ;' insects and disease

that the disastrous floods: of .thfs and children, the Shrine makes, no distinction signs because delay could cause per* We' must' know the name.iof .thewrltet ; ,get. some: others land in unfavorable
the Santa' Fe and 'I' however In order to protect places and do not grow. In fact only a tw
past years along would ,been of race, sex; color or reed The only manent damage, to your grass. & ourselves statements are made that, i smart I enough to .faU .on bare soil will,
Suwannee Rivers have,". requirement is that a child needs help Watering frequency and volume are In* 'cannot imported by,feet;, Via 1 ,: sprout. Keep this in mind If you have cut
much more..devastating1' had the, head that his or here/ parents.(cannot afford. terrelated.You want ttt wet the entirerootnine If you will come by,and sign the let* timber on your property and are expectMff:
water :wetlands been clear-cut in order:, While having fun at Shrine Day; you : without saturating the soil.Light, frequent ,,ter. It will be printed-; 1"J/ ;; A'!' ; natural seeding;If you don't take steps to,
i to mine the peat deposits:.,' *'t ;t.tt < f *,*'".< be ve the life of a child waterings are inefficient.-Too much ..,iJ''Ii.!. 1\' '''-1'e:: Editor leave large crowned: seed-tree before
helping ..
may water;'W both harmful and wasteful and' I. ?, !t' ,\" .". harv sting you may surprised Just how

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J. j Linda Underhill and l Phillip Lqzenby Marry April2J J : .: ,' H" ': .; : ." :' :. ... ,. / : '. u

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( .kll. ft ley Lake Baptist Church was Clellan, '' Given in marriage by her father,'. yellow I"&cw.' and white daisies If
.1'lI': the setting for the marriage of,Linda Miss Lisa Carol Prevatt, cousin of the bride wore a gown of' ivory chi sprays At the base. Silver
Denise
Underhill the bride, attended maid of honor.
,, i daughter of Mr. es fonette which featured a Victorian candelabras with arrangements ol
' .' and? Mrs. Reginald' Underhlll of Attendants were Miss Vonda Kay neckline. The bodice was adorned blue silk flowers and baby's breath! k
'j Kingsley Lake, to Phillip Scott Lazen-; Ayers and Miss Robin Diane Stern. with schlffle lace and the long bishop were placed on each side Cutting the '
I 1 by son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lazenby They all wore identical floor length sleeves were cuffed in matching lace. cake were Mrs. Jimmy Alvarez and
0' Starke, on Saturday, April.21, at 8 dresses of blue taffeta with fitted Appliques of echlffle lace were scat- Mrs. Gary Underhill, sister-in-law of
.fl ; p.n. with Rev Greg bodices featuring a sweetheart the bride. '
j Douglas' perfor tered on the full skirt and satin ribbon !'I'' '
ming the nuptials neckline and short ruffled sleeves. trimmed the chapel length train. Her The punch table was covered with a
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j The They wore original halos of blue and veil of matching lace featured mat- white lace cloth over a floor length

place before candlelight a center ceremony candelabra: took white flowers alternating with baby'sbreath ching appliques of scNffle lace outlined blue liner and held a' silver punch
arch
and streamers of white satin bowl.
with with pearls. She carried a cascade Presiding at the punch bowl
matching spirals on, either aide ribbon falling from the back. F
They were Mrs Carol
with each arrangement of white roses white or Gnann and Mrs
with! holding crystal voltlre cups carried Identical chamber lamps with chids interspersed with blue, JUles, Christa Taylor. The food table with a\ '
y blue candles. Palms and fern' crystal shades that were adorned baby's breath, and white, cloth over white, linen was, -
" were featured throughout the front of with lilys in shades of blue with white ivy with bridal stephanolts satin green centered with a blue silk floral arrangement ,
streamers.
i'1 t, the rail church. On either side of the altar stephanotis, and baby's breath with centered with candles. r ,I j w 41,1
were silk arrangements,of blue streamers of satin ribbon. was held'in the church Mrs. Kimberly Ann Lawson kept the' __ '1 .
and
j Centered white in lowers and baby's breath. Little Miss Kelly Heather Prevatt, Fellowship Hall where ferns were bride's book at a round table with .,)\1., 1"f\."\U." .'" ." ".' :"
': 1 each were large cut glass cousin'of the bride served as flower placed at vantage points. .white. lace cloth with blue liner. .' '",;",1'", "'' \
4 hurricane lamps holding blue girl. She wore a floor length dress in The bride's table was covered with'a ,. "'f\\\;
" candles. In each of the church windows matching fabric featuring a ruffled white lace cloth over white and Mrs, Donald Elder and Mrs.. Gary I,:.':;..., I '1
I ,J were crystal voltire cups neckline, fitted bodice and tied with a centered with a three-tiered wedding Bakken presided at the food table, ,
. holding blue candles with, arrangements long bow down the back. She carried a cake designed and decorated by the" and assisting in serving, were Mrs.
, of fern; blue daisies,lilys white basket filled with an arrange bride's mother and featured .a crystal ,Roland Stern, Mrs. Warren Ebling,
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, and baby's breath around each cup. ment of blue silk lilies, daisies, white glass top in the shape of a heart with and Mrs. Kenneth Mott. ,.
t Miss Christy Johns, organist and Stephanotis and baby s breath. She twin swans'at the base. In betweenthe Following a wedding trip to Jekyll .
Mrs. Ronda Crawford and Jimmy also wore in her hair a matching halo tiers were crystal humming birds Island, the couple is. residing in .;
Alvarez, soloists, presented, a program of blue and white silk flowers and hovering ''over arrangements 'of Starke. "
! of nuptial music. baby's breath with long satin ribbon yellow roses and white daisies. The ..Mr. Lazenby is presently employedat .
j Junior Schoening served as best streamers. .tiers were decorated with blue cor- the Butler Transtic Unit at Florida a 1
man and ushers were Joe Lazenby, The'',wedding was under the direc- nelli lace and around .the tiers were State Prison as a food service instructor ,1 (

: brother of the groom, and, Buck Mc- tion of Mrs. Warren Ebllng.i placed! white icing ,butterflies with I ,, :::\,, {

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..' The Social Side

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, Cynthia Douglass;. '; ADK Installs Officers ,.

Robert Fowler Monday, May !
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To Wed May 11 I IMr. Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha Gladys Mooty ,Qf; The


.t : and Mrs. Lloyd Douglass ;;an-k, 'ofthe Delta, Kappa year at held St.their Mark's final Episcopal meeting I Society Editor, ,::, ,
flounce, the engagement'and '"'ary '. ; :' ; ,
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Parish House Monday May 7. '
preaching, marriage'of their' Alpha Delta Kappa a State Presi- ,Bt'78 ,: ,-: d ;
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': 'daughter, Cynthia Marie to Robert .:'etps' r
;' dent, ,Valdeen-Bassett, installed new I i
"\\t Donald Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. local?officers for the:coming term. ; \ ,, ., I

'l4 fi,1 ,Park Fowler of Newberry. .; .' J., They are: Janet Gunning, president; ., ., Mr:ana tnrc.rnunp uienoy
\ The wedding is planned for Friday, V .
: Carol Redding,, president-elect; If' .
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1 'May 11, at 8 p.m. at Bayless Highway Ernestine Register, corresponding f I
'j Baptist Church. .'-, '.;'. 'secretary Donna Hartley, recording Kindergarten Registration ':
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are invited Remember
'Secretary; Lavon Drivas, treasurer; .. ': ,". L '
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l' '''", ," "* ", ',, .. Johns Laurie, sergeant-at Mullins, historian-arms; ;Lorraine Lucile Set for May 14-18, ',;',,.." :\ :r'JIj.'JiI; ; With a card !
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Smith Carolyn Taylor, chaplains. ?
: : Debra Chancey, :: ': : -on&i dose each .measles ) rubella, ,
< .7 ,, ,. State President Bassett also Kindergarten registration will be ,
'1!. f Dean*j Traylor ".,;,i); I. to' out-going president[ held the,week of May 14-18, at the appropriate J'mumps."SmifySR; 'j'Physical Mother's Day is May 13! On her special day. ..'
t ', Eugenia Whitehead "Most Outstan schools. Students are eligible examination showing remember to tell Mom how much she's loved.Yop'il '
Married April 14 "'Mt'' that the child is from \
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free contagious '
; Hallmark card for .
1 ding Chapter of: ADK".award 2nd for kindergarten if they are five find a .that's just right ;
-place i in District 2. This award was (5) years of age, .on or before or communicable i disease '. your mother( r : "
?y-x' Debra' Chancey and Dean Traylor; announced at the State, Convention September 1, 1984, .'completed within the last twelve' (12) .
;.3' were united in marriage April 14 at May 5.: To begin1 the registration process, months; tj i .'c'. .
'}$I' the groom's home in Lawtey in the Hostesses .for the May banquet parents' must show proof of'birth. Parents are urged to. begin the .' ;"
,JS .presence' of several friends 'and were'Jeanne' Loper, Anne Miller,Lor- Before registration is complete* the kindergarten registration process for
relatives. ."., raine Smith and Jane Trawick. following documents will be required: children who will be 5 years old on or
'::1 The couple are residing in Lawtey. Complete record of immunizations before Sept. 1. If there are any ques-
: 4 doses diptherla, whooping tions, please call' Lucille Payne, [ ,

:f. h.I cough tetanus (PPT);.'3 doses polio;. Director of Curriculum, at 9646800. ", :
Mrsj Steve. Wright ,
.1 Laurie Hicks,.
I Glen Wilkinson :Shower Honoree i .
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Engagement Told 'Mrs. Steve Wright was honored at a Wendy Hedman, .

stork'shower Wednesday night, April FREE PLANTS OFFERED Terry. Mundorff,, ,.;,; '-, ,
Mr.. and Mrs. Charles: : Hicks .of 25,. given by Mrs. Lee Sparks, Mrs. CALL STREET MERCHANTS x to' Wed May,19t :S ;";;'
t Franklin N'. the 'Dewayne .AldayMrs.. Lamar.n.Willlams $ ;
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'.' their :(daughter; ', LauriettoGletf ) -, and M ..James Q'Brtan at AtaUUng with* ''the frill Street''JM '? Weni yam.Hedmanfo 11HJL5'2! 4';!Wt ;4i: )I
,' Wittinttbnlttonof' .' nd'MUUG411"Ithe r" ,' ,t> kuUfte kionrl>rcgranti.< ', ,.'', Wilkinson'of'C13y'ITilf. fc"', : h4i4f!? mff! Il .. .;'frm 4 mft? j r'"Wbmsa's Club 1-offering town merchants :' l "iI Ails.; 'loYd"U"Terry r.vf'"rEdenc'and }i f'IWI t t+ / ti+, +3 #4pa4&fe

Miss Hicks Is a graduate of the Pink and blue decorations featureda iFREE. yellow and orange 'son of"-Ronnie Dean'MunoorCf1 +oa+aamd did.,aa
University of Florida and is employed. large three foot tall stork on the cosmo' plants to, be.' Keystone' Heights and Andrea
1 by Emory University Hospital. fireplace hearth and a stork on the planted where,they-' can. flourish. up Katherine "Cookie" Mundorff of
Mr. Wilkinson is also a graduate of cake; ''town. '' Starke, will be an event of Saturday, Office Shop
' the University. of Florida and is Plants 'may be picked up at' the May 19,.at ''3 p.m. in Everybody s The W
employed by Tyson Foods, Incor- The hostesses gave the' honoree a Stump residence'' .'.n Bessent" Road- Tabernacle, Highway 441, Ellisville, Starko
1 TO W. 'Call! Street '. ;,
j porated. wind-up musical swing as a mementoof thiC week All friends and relatives of the cou- .,.
The vt"wedding is planned for August the occasion. ple are, invited to attend 984-5764 '' .. '
J 25' in Clay Hill Baptist Church, play Sixteen guests enjoyed the affair .M 0 ? :"

I Hill.' during the party hours. '.' ,
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\ Democratic Party,v(; : I Meeting May 17 :,;
Josephine .Gunter, president, Adoration of the Blessed" Sacramentin Functions Attendedt'\ Celebrates,"Birthday' At Boulah,ChurchThere ,. ,' ," ,1 I r .',. ,.1 : '<."(:;1
presided at the May 1 meeting of St, the adjoining church. ; 'I', ": adro'rd Ministerial Alh&ce'i' n'
Edward's Altar Society held in the St. Edward's parishioners joining In Tallahassee ; < %k' Mrs. Rick Stephens" a birthday will be a Gospel Sing Satur, be having a special meeting Thi
Parish Nail. the pastor, Father Joseph Finlay, at gave day May 12, beginning at,1:30: i-
w' party afternoon for'her son, night May 17, fronUO a,m. tola rx
Altar Chairman Betty Dazlnskl an- this meeting were William Marchese, Democratic State Cotnmlt- Macy, o his third birthday at the p.m, at Beulah Baptist Church. This will be a special round, U
rounded that she had altar care during Mary Gissy, Gerri Phillips, Mary teewotnan Desta Dyal, State Committeeman home of her brother-in-law and sister Featured singers will be the discussion with the chaplains' e
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Aprit along with Peggy Shaller Milton, Allen and Elois Jones, Toni Jim Crosby and,Murlal Mr and Mrs Mike Hartley, on N. !:Frampton family of Starke and the Union Correctional Institute!$
and Ordy Greenly Gerrl Phillips and Coss, Francis and Dolores Meng. Gilhoqly, secretary or the Bradford Walnut Street in their large pecan Weeks Family of Green Cove Springs. ministering to employees 'S d n
daughters, Diana and Debbie, have Sunday May Crowning... County Democratic Executive'Com grove backyard Beulah Church is located 8 miles, families, of the correctional Inst t! ,.
May altar care. mittee, attended the organizational tThe refreshment table held strings '//south of Middleburg on Highway 21 dons '
Plans were made for having an Following Sunday Mass, children meeting of the Florida Democratic o .multi-colored, balloons at "Everyone is invited to attend, Herbert The meeting will be held'' at'e
engraved plaque made honoring and older parishioners of St. Party'in Tallahassee May 4-3. each end'of the table. Centering the, Mullaly, pastor. chapel at Union;>> n.stltute. .
deceased members of the Altar Socie-- Edward's were led In procession by The meeting was held in the table was a Batman cake with which correctionali
ty.Mrs. the pastor, Father Joseph Finlay, to chamber of the House of Represen- ice cream was' served to the 20 Revival S.t All ministers
Gumber informed members of the outdoor Shrine of the Blessed tatives, and Secretary of State and youngsters attending. I to call First United Methodist Chu b';
the scheduled Ordination of three Virgin Mary. Father Finlay' led Mrs. ,George Firestone hosted a Mrs. Stephens was assisted by her At' Beulah Bapt Church by noon Wednesday; May 16, sou ,
priests at the Cathedral in St. parishioners in prayer. Then a crownof reception Friday night at their Lake mother, Mrs, J.T. Prevatt and sister, at Will be on the visitor's list: The f; ,
Augustine on May 26. blue and white silk flowers was Bradford home for' Charles Mrs. Mike Hartley > There will be a revival May 13-19 wishing to car-pool should, meet'at:
Plans were made for a reception to placed on the Blessed Mother statue chairman of the Florida Beulah Baptist Church, 8 miles southof First United Methodist Church at 9:30'
be held following Mass on May 20 by Mary Dunne and Casey Trimble, Democratic Party. Others attending .' Middleburg on Highway 21, beginning a,m. New officers for the alliance<'jjj
honoring the First Holy Com prospective First Holy Com these events from Starke were; Mike I at 7:30 each evening. featured also be elected.Marriage '.
municants. municants. Gilhooly, and Mrs. Crosby. The group Special singing will be
The St. Edward's High School Other parishioners carried daisiesin met all members of the State Cabinet, Memorial 'Day.:. // each night and the Evangelist will be .
graduates will be honored with a the procession and placed them at and visited with Commissioner of "-28'May 1984 "I Rev. Carl Franklin. Pastor Herbert Renewal' Held i I
reception following Mass June 3. the foot of the statue. Agriculture Doyle Conner.'Whifehelidwas Mullaly Invites everyone to attend A
Muriel Gilhooly is in charge of Mrs Joan Dunne was in charge of re-elected chairman for the next On the 28th of May, 1984, American I nursery will be provided each even- At. First Baptist ;
plans for installation of new officers this service. four years. 'rt Legion Post 56 is sponsoring Ing. ,_ r .
for the Society onMay 20 at 4 p,m. in PerformAt The, Florida Democratic ,Party Memorial Day activities'at the new At the conclusion of the two Sunday: ;
the CHurch with dinner at Square Dancers Legislative, morning worship services of the
following Appreciation Party was Bradford County Courthouse. First
the Western Steer Steakhouse. CYO DinnerOn held Did' You Know..........., Church of Stark ''
Wednesday, May 9, at the Towle Ceremonies will start at 11 a,m. Baptist t" couples
Ruth Meng trough along silk corsages Sunday, May 6, the St. Edward's House, headquarters in. Tallaha' jJee. Band. The Bradford High School Mrs. Bertha Pearce will celebrateher came to the altar to renew their' mar I'
Sallye Scoggins had made and riage vows.
will be i
Christian Youth Organization served performing starting at
which were used at the DCCW Con- Mexican dinners to parishioners and 10:30 a.m. 95th birthday Tuesday, May 15, After preaching a sermon onuGod's
vention at the Hilton Hotel in friends in the parish hall. Did You Know.........., Participating organizations are when Mrs Norma Thompson will Purpose for Marriage,"
Gainesville on May 6,1 & 8. During the afternoon local Mr., and Mrs, Leo Champion'ha.ve' asked to wreath to be placedat give a small between party the for hours her at of Norma'sHome 3 and 4 Pastor Ben Bryant invited husbands! '
Refreshments were served by under the direction of moved the flag pole during the Ceremonies and wives who desired to renew their
s9uaredancers from
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N: Clark and all friends invited to attend.
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Muriel Gilhooly and Dolores Meng. Jim Duncan, entertained with Street, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompsonof to honor those who. have served our covenant vows to come to the altar to i
Bazaar Committee MeetsAt squaredancing in lovely costumes to Gainesville have bought the Cham country, both living and dead. Among those from out-of-town at- reaffirm their commitment to'', God '
the calling of Mr. Duncan who also Please, contact Fred Siddons and one another. In both services, the
home SR-16
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Stefanelllilome pre tie process tending the Madison Street Baptist
,! 964-8747 altar overflowed with the
sang a number of delightful solos. moving. for more information. couples who
of' Church homecoming Sunday were
'George II. Pierce Post Commander. ,came for this,reaffirmation.
Mrs. Antoinette Stefanelii hosted a Before leaving, Mr. Duncan was Mr. and Mrs. II.A. Lawson of Live
luncheon meeting on May 3 at the presented with a beautiful miniature Mrs: Rex Smyth of'Largo' spent Fri Oak, Marie Siemer of High Springs Certificates of marriage renewal
Hampton Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. azalea plant by Ordy Greenly on day and Saturday with her mother. Mr and Mrs. Joe Woods of were presented: to each couple: by the
Albert Stefanelli. behalf of the and in pastor.
squaredancers appreciation Mrs. Bertha Pearce .Gainesville:
Bazaar Committee members of his efforts in teaching
brought along craft items to display them to dance.
and work on during the day. Father Joseph Finlay pastor, also
Homemade cake, tea ana coffee were expressed j this appreciation for the EAGLE >1>
served by Mrs. Stefanelii to the 14 dancing teem entertainment.
members of St. Edward's Church at, Besides Mr. Duncan and Mrs. a1e'- .
tending the workshop meeting. Greenly those entertaining were San
dra Duncan, Bob and Ruth Zimmerman -
Parishioners Attend Roger and Joni Hughes, Harold
RENEW ProgramThe and Kay McKinley and Lynn

third Spring Training Sessionof Hamilton.The .
parish hall was daily decoratedin
the RENEW Program was held
Thursday night. May 3, at the colorful Mexican streamers,
Gainesville St. Augustine Student balloons and sunburst designs. The
Center. refreshment table held a decorated MOM
cake inscribed "Barbara You Will BeMissed" ,
The emphasized the importance REMEMBER
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and "Goodbye1' in several ,
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group committeesand 1 I
was conducted by Tom Umlauf of languages. Other decorations were a -
Gainesville and Sister Caroline of Mexican senorita and burro pinata. Qq0 A. a i
Williston. The meeting consisted of Father Finlay expressed appreciation 1 d ?0 O
to Barbara Conner for all the TOflTi
hymns, scripture readings, group 4pp
and good she had done for St. Edward's f O O r MELR O,
sharing, a question answer ses- v
sion, the and RENEW explanation Program of Implementing in indivIdual -- assignment Parish and wished in South her Carolina.well in her' new a' \\19 ,1zeeTO as.ee FABNIONJk'nt ; s

parishes.At Members of the CYO also presented
Barbara' with several musical p .to I.et?
the conclusion of the meeting .
those attending were invited to spiritual tapes as a parting gift of ap- aaiv ,tono iw.

preciation. .tl" t
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:': Mainly Lynn Loudon

Mr. and Mrs A.G.'(Sonny) Loudon, ,_

BIRTHS l ".111..of( Ponca City; Pkja. announce
it tWblrth of a daughter Mandy Lynn

;. .. .ljlj.. t"- .-li"........, nali rrJ,bOrn May 3. She Jnia* asj. tBCBritH| .
tadY.age2z: and brother?.jJUlitin.gU..7Maternal
grandparents are Mr.and ,
Mrs. George Vogel of Los Angeles, Yr
Calif. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
Ryan Derek BrowningMr. and Mrs. AG. Loudon, Jr. of Starke. Cloo fum,4,Wkdw 8pof w d P ? i*

and Mrs. Browning of
Starke announce George the birth of a son, Did You Know...........

Ryan Derek, born April 20 at Humanna Vickie Carver was on'the Dean's CIID :
Hospital in Orange Park. He joinsa List at Florida Southern College In
five-year-old brother; Shalen. Lakeland for the spring quarter.
Maternal grandparents are Charlie > WOLIN "in.Provide .
and Gladys Carter of Jacksonville.
Maternal great grandmother is Mat- Mrs. One Wiggins and Mrs. Phillip ..11'fJ
tie Taylor of Starke. Nichols and daughter, Monica, spent' \
Paternal grandparents are Louise the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gene '
Browning of Starke and Williard Wiggins and attended the baptism of HD 80 '*
Browning of Sampson Lake. Amanda Elizabeth Wiggins in Grace .. /:
Methodist Church in Fairburn, Ga. S8. .:} i' ,g88 :w
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will have a $ R.O7 7 11..y:2.ss DISCOUNT,MICE 'JaP OtSCOUrrt PRIC8'
GARDEN HOSE BARiB-Q-ORIU.' PICNIC PARTNERS M QAL.CHLORIM4 ,MEN'S BRIEF MUSCLE SHtRTS "
w .eo' vinyl DOM wlllt IS' war *'Hm ilwi tripod Choice 40 ql toemkw Np..doe, b.d.rbWe, dHtowstas '
Public Sale & Auction breM couMgL'.a, > { ta.hion brhi of M.n's pdylcollon ebble Inn
I chnl or 1 git picnic|ug Mlectant a lu. gicid @ bout irrw 0..S-XU Morted (uhlonooiori .3-x


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519 N. Orange Street. Starke'

School 'reltlotst. equipment,.,furniture .and materials T O WWT MWT! ,

will be sold at auettoa. t 900' PRICB 663'3 'FOR IS-ft To t.i7 988 PRICE? '' TWWWERH.P1N LYJER "4. '994

WATER LOUNGER -WEB SAND CHAIR SWIM EQUIPMENT S"DE3It FAN' CxiEa WERE 4.N3.$$ T NNlsBHORra' .
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lnnaabl., durabl. vinyl Multieolot webblna n Ki vktp wA.r sirs 4b4oo3 whh.Ndy ,Poly..br Calan muslin,.
fw tl>e beech or sturdy h b.iat tr me. ( ut eel..hing bow. r 'anal. Man's goyrmmton''Nonf Peylootld n will b boot
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- 1 Starke Woman's Club Holds y BreakfastStarke


,. Woman's Club took on the Robert Ward, Mrs.' OA. Wiggins, was guest speaker Mr,. Autry;gave;
appearance of a'spring' garden party Mrs. Merritt Williams and Mrs. John. an Interesting talk on the,purpose ef
Saturday, May S, for the annual May Torode restoration ol Call: street, which she
n' II Breakfast, a highlight of the club Junlorettes who served were Nancy said is to restore first' floor fronts of
\I- 1' year. Gilder, Marla Reddish, Becky Par- buildings as they were 100 or ISO
II I I. On entering the auditorium, ladies rish, Vicki Thomas, Kelli Carver and years ago. She showed biown-up pictures
e ',1 and gentlemen enjoyed punch served Michelle Sexton. of buildings as they were In the
t 1, from silver and crystal bowls from a Piano music was played throughoutthe past, and said anyone having old Pictures -
S table covered with a Army/Navy party hours by Christi! Johns and may take them by thfl\Chamberof
n I"d cloth with Commerce. They will be returned
6 '+ a centerpiece of pastel Lauri McKinney.
i u. 'r flowers, In front of the auditoriumnear Mrs. Louis Young presided and to owner. Of great importance will be
the entrance was a lovely May the invocation was given by Mrs. L,.H. the tie-in of the restoration with Santa
8I a. pole with crepe'' paper): streamers in Jennings based on, psalm 139. She Fe Junior College to be housed in the
- pastel colors, attached<<;! at the top,of stressed that it assures us we are old courthouse.
IF1 the pole. Artificial pots of hydrangeaand never alone God is the same yesterday Awards were received by Bradford
other colorful flowers in laven- today and forever. He is with us Community Players, Beautification
db: ; dar, pink and blue were around the always. Prayer followed including State Award Second Place acceptedby
\1 base. The stage In the backgroundheld silent for deceased members Mrs.Marjorie Thomson,chairman
ue 9at 1' }o, I two bird baths with tapered ar; Mrs. Gladys. Weldon and Mrs. Nell and: Mrs Mona Canova, co-chairman
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5v t'I' rangements of pastel silk flowers with Griffin. Introduction of guests included of Beautification Committee,
: a : magnolia ,branches, blossoms and members' guests, men, Chamberof Juniorettes, state award for ex
:0U n'i ,potted plants across the front. Commerce Manager Mike Cooney, cellence in club work accepted by
'Magnolia branches were in the cor- Junior Woman's Club members'and Vicki Thomas Arts; Second Place,
'ners of the room, The speaker's table Junioretles. Mildred Bellizl, oriental art, fish
,held a cascade arrangement of small Mrs. Marjorie Thomson is club print.
'. I pink roses with smaller bouquets of woman of the year and Mrs. '
pink roses. Dining tables were Florence Ruud received president's The following officers for 1984-85
.covered with linen damask cloths choice, for her untiring efforts on were installed by Mrs R.A. Green,
4 4Y' 'with matching napkins and centered behalf of the Woman's Club. Sr.: treasurer ,Mrs. AI K. Carlisle, ;
) with pastel bouquets of silk flowers. Past presidents honored were corresponding secretary, Mrs. J.
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,t. j:1 fi *f', a .slur, .,;."" A very tasty lunch was served by Evelyn \itch, Mona Ellis Byrd; recording secretary, Mrs.
.Iris.s Greens J.D. Warren; fourth vice-president,
sots Mrs. George Roberts, Jr., chairman, Canova, Lucille Elizabeth
... and Mrs. James Reddish, co- Nasworthy ,Muriel Norman, Dot Mrs). George Roberts, Jr.; third vice-
'Officers Installed at May Breakfast.. chairman, assisted by hostesses Mrs. Sale, Delia} Rosenberg,, and Lu president, Mrs,John Griffin; second
J.H. DuPre, Mrs. Paul Faulkner Sander, vice-president, Mrs. L.ll Jennings;
.nr f" '1984-83 ,officer, Installed IIi Woman's' .Club,:>> May Griffin. Mrs, 1..11. Jennings, Mrs. D.VV.. Whlffen, Mrs. Mrs. M.R. Judd, Mrs. Edward Mrs. .Carolyn Autry, ,Secretary of first vice-president Mrs. Wayne
. "' 'Breakfast Saturday. were ((1-r Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, K.A. Green Jr.. president, and,,, Mrs. Lev Green, In- ,Powell, Mrs. J.D. ,Seymour, Mrs. the Downtown Progress Committee, Whiffen and president, Mrs. RA
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: Byrd Scogstalling Officer. IGB, B.C. and member of JuniorWoman's Club, Green, :
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Courthouse will be closed ,
;5-: Tammy' Baldree, :'whose marriage ford County "
:j" Jo.Wade Winkler ,was an event, ot May. 9, 16, and 23rd. '

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TELEGRAPH May .... U'IW' .''f."\

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Sherra Mott receive award.u' .. '' 'I., .;; .
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2 Sherra Mott of Starke. left'end Scott Cwrlln, llaukburg', !\IlsII.,right byliolores Men, Kyle;;Michael 'HcKenzfc' 'r and PI:r' j j
were recipient of the highest award given ft':William'' Care) College lit phone 408-1915 McWllUams. %: Cruze P
t grader-Josh
Honor.
r Day ceremonies heldl'uesday. May I. Sherra Is the daughter of Mr. School... Fourth ,: '
i and Mrs. Kenneth K. !Mott. Dr1. J, Ralph Noonkester president of William Hampton Elem. Fisher, Mark Crawford 'Jj I
9 rAtldst7r Carey College. presents the award. A-B Honor Roll Feezell, Dana Hall, Joey' H r;; ;
P;, ;.nf The Jenklns-Chastaln Citizenship Award was established In 1957 to honor Students listed as attaining all A sand Michael Gamer, Regina Pad I
two students who have shown the ability to follow as well as to lead and who B's for the 5th six weeks grading William Price and Fletcher Rod
best represent true Christian Citizenship It is the most prestigious honor of period are: Fifth grade: Sharon Forsythe
the college. First grade: Christina Broome, sixth grade: Allison Archey and
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-- Tim Crews, Julie Collins, Jennifer dy Davis. )
.' Bradford County High School Darley, C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Hodges, Enjoyable May Fun Pay i .j t
Lunch Menus Jennifer Jones, Steve Lewis, Tracey Students faculty, interested
Monday
May 14-BartXKUed
chicken
'>I'HI'I french tries, fruit cup, brownie, milk. on bun.. McCullough, Tina Meng, Kevin Or- parents and friends thoroughly.;enjoyed
Bradford '
County Middle School Tuesday May IS-Sallsbury steak, rice k gravy ton, Laurel Sanford, Mark Smith and the May Fun Day. on.Friday: .
Y, and all elementary schools. buttered green. peas peaches, cookie, hot rolls Eddie Woods. afternoon, May 4, at the school.
1. Monday, May 14-Macaronl It Chme,; *peanut but. milk Second grade: Jose Aviles, Angela Students participated In a variety of'
ler honny sandwich, green bea icheii, Wednesday May lo-Beef Uicwa III/chees..lettuc.
cookie, milk ";. .iJ l ltp;. a tomato, buttered corn,fruit Jello cookie, milk. Baker, Shawna Buckallew, Adam sports and fun activities beginning M t
Tunday.May IS-Beef Gravy;mashed poUitoa Thursday May 17-Chlcken ft Rice, cheese," stlx Crawford, Eric Donnerstag, Morgan 1 p.m. They appreciated the ff"'
I buttered green. peaa, ptnwberry' gliortcake _green beans pear halves,;cinnamon roll milk, Esty, Andy Hall, Samantha Truman, tickets given them for popcorn 44
blscultmilk Friday
uIi-Xi May IN-MANAGEAS CHOICE DAY.
I t Wnlnenday, May Ift-Chluken Rice';\clieene' Blix. ALA-CARTE Stanley Varniun, Frank Williams, cold drinks. They also enjoyed snpyil j
I + cabbage slaw fruit cup cinnamon roll milk. Kim Wilson and Stacy Young. Ing in the special store set up for am
titt s1t1 1 'P"a't french **" mllluih1", ham.
: Thursday May 17-Spaghettl wIMe.t'Sauce, buTg'rl' Third grade: Sandra Aviles, items. jfjfi!
; cheese milk ins, garden salad, frull crisp,, hot rolls, Tuesdsy,-Cheeseburaen, milkshakes, frncli Danielle Box, Stephanie Cardin, Cyn- The chicken bar-b-que dinner wqi'
Friday, May I MANAGERS CI-OICE.DAY.! frfvs, piua. thia Casner, Angelina Crews, Faye also successful and far exceeded the
hamburgers Wedn.nd.y.French MM, milkshakes pizza Cruze, Donald Dick, Tahra Francis, expectations of the planning comml. l'
First Baptist Church Danielle Hers Beth Kennan, Billy and cooks. ,
Thursday -Mllkshakei, plus, chmnt-burgcn, :f. tee

Ordains Charles Register 11-.111 ... .-iLi. frenrh'"", Trims'. ,.. .. ., ',. .. .,. .. .. .... .0 '.. .. .,.d ... .. .. "
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Sunday evening, May 6, the First ." "" <'".. ._ "' .. .. ... .. .. ... d"C, .._ .' .' > L_.. ... ." .. ... ... 't "
Baptist Church of Starke ordained '.., .' .., '" .. ....".. ,. '" '' '''" .''' '' .-. ,, ..' ., .. ". .'. '" .", '0"- ...
Charles L. Register to the gospel "


nard ministry.Charles and (Chuck Ernestine) is the Register son of Len-who 0 !g 1 i A"'W""O' 'T""O" 'A'L' ,

reside on Crystal Lake. Chuck grew R'D" L"
up in First Baptist Church. He servedas
Minister of Youth for a* period of Ppy
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Chuck Is presently a student at New ,., MOMS. .
Orleans Baptist Theological 'x i
Seminary. He was recently called to
become the Pastor of the Riverview
Baptist Church in Buras, Louisiana. .
Chuck and his wife, Charlene, live H0F' :
on campus of the Seminary in New
Orleans. Charlene is the former I;

Charlene Beam, also of Starke. '" : E :
Rev. Ron Walker brought. the or- ( USDA __ WtAV. r
dination charge to the church and GRADED (
Rev. Ben Bryant brought the chargeto MjEAT U.S.D.A. GRADE A
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the candidate.A I
reception was held in the ,, WHOLEBONELFSS
fellowship hall following the service.

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CHUCK eonua cu1 r $ 59 WITH BACKS
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residents of Starke and Brad- ROAST U.eD.0.4HTO; ICE u3 J ,

ford County were among more than -
370 graduates of the University of
North Florida who participated in U.S.D.A. TOP QUALITY ... 4.- 3 9
Spring commencement exercises on .
Saturday, May 5. The three Starke FRESH PORK U5 9 9 i h
residents receiving degrees were Bet- .LB

ty S. Hutson,Euclid Terr., bachelor of BUTTS LB + a ,
arts education; Lisa M. Reddish, ,, LJMIT-2 PKGS. WITH A
Rt. 2, Box 2400, bachelor of arts in -.-- -,-.,- 1_ a S7.50 OR MORE PURCHASE
education; and Jane A. Watson, P.O. ti
Box 1193, bachelor of technology.Mr. HICKORY SMOKED .- -- '"
CENTER CUT SLICES

and Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mr. SMOKED eBOYaHAM $139 .:J;:

and Mrs. William Carter spent the ;'jb
weekend in West Florida visiting FAMILY i1o,.
relatives in Chipley; attended a fami- 131zePKa. t ,(.!"
ly reunion in Chapel Hills and visited .:"
Mr. and Mrs.. Dwlght Marshall at St. BONELESS 1" "; '" '

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Mrs. Ben Rowland enters North STEAKS CHOICI TOP La i SIZI!PKO. .1

Florida Regional Hospital on Monday ..
for eye surgery. "

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DeFuniak Springs were weekend PLANTATION BRAND WHOLE HOG PURE PORK 1 e r '. "
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. -
Dansbyand LINK SAUSAGE, BREAKFAST OR DINNER LINKS .. ;:
attended the Madison Street Bap- '-;
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Dansbys also had as Sunday visitors : !
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cotton of Hastings. .
MEAT DAIRY DELI APPETIZER ,
Mr and Mrs. Harold Crews and Mr. (\iJ.1 i '
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visited Mrs.
Carrie Crews in the Williston Nursing
Home last Thursday. i
TOP QUALITY KRAFTS OSCAR MAYER ""DON'T FORGET MOTHER"MOTHER'S
Mr. and Mrs.J.C.Hobbs visited Mr. CENTER CUT CRACKERBARREL SKINLESSFRANKS ;>
and Mrs. Theo Baldwin in Americus, BONELESSPORK DAY $,
Ga. over the weekend. 1 4'' ,
CHOPS ROSE CAKE ,
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr. CHEDDAR CHEFOB STICKS BEEF, MEAT CHEESCt ':? I Ir
FAMILY SIZE PKO SHARP OR EXTRA SHARP
were Saturday guests of Rev. and
Mrs. Wallace Griggs in Jacksonville i'Jf' ;
Saturday night and attended the eonua $


gospel Church.Attending sing at the the McRae Marinatha family Baptist reunion =BUY 1 LB PKG.1Ooz.:l, !!' PKG.et1Y LB $179 899 .'f( .


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Sunday at Dade Park were -
McRae Bill La ROW PURE LB PKCI.MAROARINB QUARTERS :3BOXPKO.14ol {
Barney McRae, Lillie euc
Bridges, Dolly Spiers and Mr. and Old Towne --- a 894 ftParka ;,. ,a. 59. .Hormelp.-S 99HALf'POUND'' JWMMUI '. *"l 4O I :" ':',
Mrs. Arthur McRae and son, Buddy. ..,, .'," :
Bo PKO.PHILADELPHIA BRAND 1000zPKo..MEAT '
SMOKED PORK- HALF POUND '
FAMILY BIZI PKO Krafts cI4IZ 8ft4 Sunnyland =:.. Moo Salar 'I
Mr.and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook hada Bones 6 t9 p CAM Shrimp .. g23'Neck

family dinner Sunday at their home a a LS 3 LB CUR LOW FAT .. LB PKO.PANTRY PRIDE SPICED 19 PBCB SATCHEL .. Jf.M, ",....
after the baptism. of Justin Neil PKO. ASSTO. VARIETY VANlUAWHOLIIMIUC.'T:, "' fAg LUNCHEON MEAT OR
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Hardenbrook at the First United READY TO COOK -.uIIID c Axelrods Yogurt.: 9 Sliced Salami *159 Fried Chicken "SET, S800'. : ','" i
Methodist Church 11 a.m. service. Mr. Fritter PATTIL* 0 .- JIAIBH (_ ,
Dining tables were set up inside and 12 out for the 30 attending. LB ROLL BREAKFAST 99-- 'AMEACAN6INOLE8FL.j" $140 Lykes CMCK N BouxutA, 8 9* Torpedo Rolls .. 6189 J

Mr. Turkey UUUOll Cheese uyu.f a IN THE 8ERVICS DEU-BAKERY,STORES ONLY, .
Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Hernandez'
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Brazil and r V ., .kl"C( '.
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Clyde Terwlllegar was !in FROZEN .,
Gainesville Saturday participating in BEAUTY AIDS &WINE', "
the Gator Golf Day foursome, with I . '
Coach Charley Pell. That evening, ret-
Mr. and Mrs. Terwillegar attendedthe '
200Z FROZEN

Coach Kentucky Pell's home.Derby' Day party at | ULTRABR1TE74'gTU C KINO iZE'3fIVE849 DINNERS11oz 0:: SCHAEFFER ;'

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Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins attended ,.
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l reunion of.Alachua High School where po,4b,aaOralB! HAMBURQERBUNSORHot Morton PotPIes .39* ,:" "
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both attended. TOOT) Js a Dog RoHs. .10."f'FJQZINSAUSAOIIHAMIJUAQ! 1, PACK $149 '
I OR KAISER,a PAK .". CHEESB, PEPPPeMOfa OR .
Duplicate bridge club results May 1 -;'PSSWabs .OgA F ue ..lII. .TotifO's Pizza .-984 120ZCAN3takeCoutrtiry "", ',.{ ..,

were: Rhea Johnson and Yvonne 8o*UNaCeNTED.SUPER PANTRY.... *SMNVC NiD.WHITa ,.. .';, .
BROWN N onwsxNK ,
Riechmann. first; Jack and\ Louise OA HAlt[)TO HOLD pAllft'YllLAl(._ ,. "58- .. '89" n
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Burnett, \second; three-way tie for Ch..a.Halrey. 8SRolls CLOWMUI"j 'I ;
third: Lucile Green and 'Y.PIPIBAr+PUI, teat a ,r' i6 '. '7" \

C CUtUno Thomson and, Lillian.Charles! Stump and Betty and Marjorie Myldred Riddle, 70 HDRShuMnprOo,CdVOfrpMEJ'FIlODY'" OR?.....".".. '1'H. CU3FAAHONCOBeetx> -!IOU-, ,A'' 11.' Prul Berl '129 olokiArf: p.j' .. .'.' '.'.-..J-' ,+ ,1


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by Elizabeth Terry Hollister visited Mr, and. Mrs Bill S.'Those r'eseriwere i'f'old .> Bs + ker News
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phone 782-3300 on Saturday May America, spent several days with their' parents Mr. and'MriJ!! '' FOok
Dobbs on Sunday night, April 29, andattended Mrs. Pat Wheeler and chUdren;.: George Roller. Sr, last week. ,, RayRooleronSundayApriUtJ, ,; . Church Activities... services at First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse and sort; We are proud to learn that Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Norman's rein
The First Baptist Church Church and also the Fellowship sup Michael, Jr.\ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen! ; Mrs. J.S. Waters will move back to nion was held at Lake Butler Com- by C.E."'.J," Davis
took a trip per afterward. Crap e and daughter, Jennifer:, pf their home
in
to Marine Land Lawtey Sometime soon. munity Center on Sunday, May 6. phone 489-1344
April 28. There We
were a are very sorry that both Mrs. Jacksonville, and James' sisters, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Jr. They had
score of adults McCarley good fellowship and
and children and all of O.J. and plenty School News..
them Phillips Buster Bennett are Roena and Michelle Ceballos. !HO and daughter Brandt Leigh, of of good food. There .
about
enjoyed the were 75 to
day. not well at this time. Our special received several nice gifts. They Jacksonville, spent Friday night with 100 people present. Brooker students were recognizedat
Personals.I .. prayers are with them. served a nice birthday cake and ice her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. an awards ceremony Friday, May
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starling at cream. Wilkison, Jr. and with 4 in the
Saturday
night auditorium of BES.
4 Friends of Barry Watts regret to tended the revival meeting at Mrs. Connie Mosley and daughter his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mc- Friends of Mrs. Grace Harley Student of the six weeks grades
learn that he had a stroke on Thurs Evergreen Baptist Church on Tues Tammy, of Maxville, Julius Eunice of Carley Sr. in Starke. regret to learn that she I Is patient in K-S, was awarded to Megan Pillow, a
s t day night and is in St. Vincent's day and Thursday. Rev. James ParHospital Starke visited their parents, Mr. and We are happy to 'learn that Mrs. Alachua General Hospital, student In Mrs. Vcllengar a first grade
Jacksonville. Our prayers nah, pastor of Morgan Road Baptist Mrs. Harold Eunice, on Sunday. Donald Wilkison was able to come her.Gainesville. Our prayers are with class.Grades 4-4 was awarded to Josh
p w are with him. Church, was the speaker. Jeffrey Roller of Hawthorne, and home from St. Vincent's Hospital dur- Crawford a fifth grader in Mrs. Wat-
Mrs. Hubert Priest returned home Friends of Blackie Campbell regret George Roller, Jr. of Tallahassee ing the week of April 23. Our prayersare son's room. Megan and Josh were
Saturday night after spending the to learn that he is a patient in spent the weekend with their father, with her. awarded a framed. certificate and a$9
r1 winter with her son-in-law and Veteran's Hospital, Gainesville, and George Roller, Sr. Mrs. Gail Prevatt of Starke spent "Middle age li when you Sri gift certificate to the Western Steer
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, will have surgery! on Tuesday. Our Mrs. Settle Wolfe and son Billy and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. fitting home on Saturday Steakhouse in Starke.
I and daughters in Rockville Ind. prayers are with him. his wife Andrea of Cape Coral spent Madeline Prevatt, and her sons, night and the telephone Most improved students were
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Mrs M.D. Crapse and her the weekend with his mother Mrs. Bryan and Tracey, and attended ser- rinds and you hope it,N n't Adelaide Hernandez In Mrs. Cook's i
40 Callahan visited their sister, Mrs. daughter, Mrs Bea Ceballos, had a Hester Hicks and the Glen Shufords. vices at First Baptist Church with for you." Ring Lardner class; Mary Dunne In Mrs. McLeod's
e Cecil Hardee, on Wednesday. birthday party at her home for her Misses Blanca Orjuella and Chara, them. class; Mitchel Gainey in Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of son James Ceballos, who was 3-years Orjuella of Bogota, Colombia, South Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott of Orlando Pillow's class and Hollie Stafford In

Mrs. Melvin's class.

ALL ITEMS& PRICES co. D THURSDAY MAY 10 THRU WEDNESDAY 'MAY 16.1984. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. Straight A students were Billy

. , _, .. '".' ... . Ezzell, Megan Pillow and Rebekah
"''''' -'' '' ''' '' ,' .:, : : :'.', .'..' "'' ."' : ,: .. ".: ". : : .-,, .. : :, :::. .: .. : ,,, .:, .., :. :.,..., : ,: : : ., .,, ",, : Welch, first grade; Shondee Lewis

.... ., ',,'... .. .. .. .'' ,. .. . "n .. '. .. ..'. ... .. ... '. ", .. .. .. ,, ,"co" ... -.. .. ". .. ... '. .. Amy Crews, Mandy Garrard, secondgrade
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McLeod, Josee Miller and Eric
Mason, third grade; Sarah Douglasand i
Melissa Hislop,sixth grade
Honor roll students were Doug Col-
son,Amy Hallmark,Jay
Mason, Eric Wilkerson, Cory Wright,
MOTHER'S DAYIIi and Roxanne Kelley, first grade!
Jason Corbin,Mary Dunn, Cassandra
Caldwell, Eugene Carman, Chris
Ross and Matt Stafford second

', grade Jace Pierce, Mitchel Gainey,
Pam Bryant, Shawn Thompson,
Jamie Wilkerson (Merit), Bobbie Sue
Fletcher (Merit,third grade; Shawn
V., Bass Phillip Crawford, Steve Griffls,
i;, ,ar Josh Lewis, Larry Parrish, Chris
Snow and David Wilkerson, 'fourth
grade; David Newborn, Christina
Bonus RO.DICE: ", Bath Josh Crawford, Kevin Snow,
BUY Kyle Starling, and Tammy Wilker
v. son, fifth grade; Kelly Dyal,
;:r. Stepahnie Gainey, Vince Robinson
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: and Tommy Hamilton (Merit, sixth
SWEET FLORIDA grade.

FRESH FLORIDA 5 : Brooker Elementary School
W' A'ITER- EARS Library is having book sale May
YELLOW'MELON 9-1S in the school library. A variety of
books for children in grades K-6 will
be available for purchase. The fair
BONUS will be open to students during the
CORN BUV school day. Parents are Invited to
PER POUND a visit the library from 3 tit 3:30: with
the children.. Everyone welcome.


(; : S WHiTE $139 Stokes Reunion and Scheduled.Parker'' ..",

1'4 10 A reminder' to the Parker and
Stokes and friends
POTATOES
7XS| !LBBAO family Saturdaywill
be reunion time for this beloved
? -- clan. Mark your calendar and be at
,% t Sd Rock Church with,,them Saturday,
FANCY May 12.
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Mt. Moriah United Methodist
\ NORTHWESTERN Church I is sponsoring an Appreciation
EATING 3 9".,. Program Friday for the pastor May
: eonue BUY 11, at 7:30 p.m. The public Is invited.
PEARS New Bethel Baptist Church:.There
will be a special Mother's Day program
*aHBfc. & "- A ,Sunday, May 13, at 3 p.m. Rev.
Henry will be the speaker. He i& the
Our Groceries son of Mrs. Bertls Robinson of Starke
Mrs. Rosa Williams, sponsor. Rev.
A.J. Simmons, pastor.

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NITICE OF TAX SALE 4.38 AC 001530-000-8 72.40 001835-000-0 502.66

Rotioa U,horoby ghroa. ,Hut oa the ht day of Jaao, 1M4 bog iaainf' at 12 Noon at th_ courthouse Starko, CASON, T.OMMIE"' JR HARRIS JOEL P C SHERION 25.01 AC ORB, 206P0532 T
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HAYES N MP.S 2 BOX, 2110 ,- : :( 4.33 AC. 001550-000-8 (197.09 '
R r 1 BUXI 38 I WILL IE RAYSOA: ,32091 :""r'r PC BUX lOfi: '
STARKE FL ALVAKE1 ROMAN M. C B8TYV j SIMS JAMES E JR IH'.t'
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34 6S 19 Sl/2 bF Se'1/4 t 33311 I, E H/W HWY 16 !E 10 6S 21 S 4. J8 .At .OF- THAT 26 6$ 21 C01 AT SW COR OF F SWl/4 OF SElM' E OF'' GUL' '
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000014-0 0-9 $195.19 000276-000-9 $9.01 oooaii-ooo-3 $9315: 00674-- *00102 JOHNSON ROSALIE KADER ,EST

80.00 C "., CROOKS, GENEVIEVE: e 24.01 AC ORB205'T,,,, $>'461CLfclONS 001209-000-5! 8.93' 00805- -' 0130 ( L ASHLEY HERGENREDER. '
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lROOKER L 32622 CA STAtKE' FL 32091 .. t'! J CRT 4 BOX, 2341 ,.. .401 S W 96TH' ST ,' 20 7S 21 4'20FT, SQi'lN.NE' C
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191 .92660 25 5S STARUE FC" 32.091 :., .; .. ; .., OR OF NEl/4 OF'.SEi/4. ,
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135.00 AC 1 27 PG 345 CF PUBLIC RECO lAD ) L LEGAL SEE TAXROL'D' OF THE S 12 AC OF E 1 /2 0 THE NLY 300' LYING WEST' 10.08 AC i, .

HAYES N t fe MRS I ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL lAOO I L,,-LEGAL SEE: TAXRCLU.. OF' THE rCP, GR,' RO" .. SMITH WALTER R CDIANE, P

RT 1 BoxI38BROOKER ] 00493- -OOOOO ll.i'l OOB21- }-04400 '. ,:>' PO BOX 65 f,

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08 7S 12 COM! AT SW COR OF ALACHUA/ FL 32615 "
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KAREN L C CAMELL "
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70.00 C 0 83X 86 LUTHER HARLEM LLINDA ART /W SR 100 N73+W bN) R/W 4 IVEY L LIVINGSTONE .W !ft i,, LAUR 32091 >, ',

HAYES N i iT f MRS ROOt< ER FL 32662 1 BOX 520-R-2 86.34 Tb poe CONT N78W 2403 SAM RDJACKSONVILLE, 24 7S 21 N 16!)' OF
1 SOXBROOKER 38 14 7S 20 COM, INT SLY R/W LAKE BUTLER FL 32054 ( ADO L LEGAL 'SEE TAXROLL) FL 32216 WHICH liES' fT HWY.. 301,' C TM

L 32622 HWY 18 C WLY LINE SEC S 7 33 5S 21 LOT, 26 OF WHISPE i 03 AMP T5 21 LOT 17 OF' LAKE S .AT.1 .ORT S 1/2 OF NEI/4 WHICH

12 7S 19 Wl/2 OF NEl/4 W 5DEG E ON R/W 947.05 TO RING PINES EST. -2SUB 00771ooooo 116-312'SON VILLAS .AS'DESC..OR: LIES, '6' OF.'HWY, 301iEX R

(OF) CO GR RO t' N W 1/4 OF NW l POB CONT S 75 DEG E.. 250' ROLLING, ACRES ': 001337-000-7' (416.7347.00'AC ., < ( ADD' L'' LEGAL: SEE'* TAXROLC )
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000530000 00382- 00700 000958-OOC-9 67.16 PO BOX) ,387 185.34 '301931-000-5 Jk236.00

000055-000-5 279.45 000579-000-9 $26.63 3.10 AC ORB0203P064 STARK ''FL" 32.)91'' ,'". I DIf) RANtE;1; GREGORY L C ,0E LO JONES) EARL".F :j.- '''.' ..t.PO. .

lOOiOOILAGAN; C > 1.00 AC ORB207- P524 BROCKS< WM R, I w* 23 65 '21 ,' THA T:'P.AR'T' OF :.Ml'2 / .12744 WILDERNESS LANE ,,W' ; 00).28" I! '>P'oi:' :t ,

S :RAFIN C WILLIAMS DANIEL L C MARY RT 1 BOX 165. .1\\ DF se 1/it tt e l/4' S' OF R'[) JACKSONVillE FL 32223' STARKE FLA .
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41 ROYAL VALE DR PO BOX 263 RAIFJRO FL 32083 100,& N W 11 'OF SEl/4. EX ',! VILLAS OE'Sf 32091 :

I OAK BR30 (. IL 60521 RAIFORD FL 32083 34- 5-2 ,.LOTS 4 t 34 ROLLING ,-A SO.DESC QR' 8K 65,123 AS 'OK 24 7S 21' COM ON 'W SIDE OF-

14"- ?<<<; 19 NU1/VN' OF- RIVER' 16-7-20 COM AT NE CUR OF ACRES SO AS DESC OR 20 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE, TAXROLt( ) 182-530 RD ZOO ON S SIDE OF RY'II

ACREAGE I! ADJUSTED FROM 12 Wl/4 W' 95' S 605.24' W 3 3 646 .* SUE CROSBY LAKE. SHORES', .' 00'8'32001'24 I I't 'i ," r\\I SWl/4 OF NEl/4 !11 RUN 'W. '

5 A. OR L04-353 48.01'N23W' 18.62' TO PO U 05 96- -OOOOp s J ? "' 301672-000-4' .5 $183.84 L96FT, 397FTELY'<,\137F T .

B CONT N23W 100 S67W 3 Ol 05i- ooo-0 $45.90CREWS 0078101700: JURRANCE I JEFFRey E 'C EL'Al I ADD r ,L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL';
00012- 0100 ( ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL RUBY 0 G 001419-000-8' ''241.44 i It' 4'' BOX 1272'- '> > ,

oooon-o 0-1 S33.95 SUB C3RLOTTA SOX 500 SMITH ROBERT:: H t. REBECCA. STARKEf' ., '32091 ,' 00953- -,00000001996 ..I' '.

lEE PATI C'U ART LAKE !HAMILTON FL 33851 INDIAN". HILS'OR ,. I l 33s575 2i'LOT 24" LAKE '.SAMP"! .000-0 $26.16. .

1 BOX 559 00391--; 00 100 36 5S 21 CUM AT A PT ON WI APT 4} L'OG"I', SOVNILL'AS'AS'bESC, OR 183 7.10 AC

lAKE BUT ER FL 32054 00061 )-000-7 24.66 I LY 'DRY OF SEC Al INT OF ''"' 1'I DE'ST.IM FC; 3254jl -6.8'- ,. ( KLONDES'' BILL I

01 6S 20 COM AT NE COR OF MARRERO AUGUST MLY *W CR 233 SLL.Y CN NLY 24""6IS 21 LOT 11'OF BLK 1 :SUfl''' OEEftF'odf TRAIL: PO 9JX 1115 .

SEl/4 0 NE1/4''' TO ELYRW CIa MRS LEONA'M FALCON RW 119.95' FOR' POb! CONT CROSdY. LAKE; .SHORES" i 3083200313 l STARKE FL 32091 .

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71' E 20 .11' N 208.11' V. ', ', I' NE COR OF
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17 7S 20 LOTS' 1 t 2 OF BL 001054-000-2 $145.88! > 301437-000-6 '? (55. :'l4 TALLAHASSEE 1 32303 200, N ALONG RD R/W 200 ,

SUb WIGGINS M F K 4 Of CORLLOTTA s/D UNIT 1.00 AC CLARK JACKIE, LEE" t.xBEVERLY'S : <34< 1$ 21 LOT :13 BREAMwQOO ( ADO b LEGAL- SEE TAXROLL. .

J 1 STEWART CONNIE C' C;, ELAINE : / "J I" SID AS OESC. Oh' 198-119 00973- -00'201.' :' 1.'
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19 6S 20 Nl/2 OF LOT 10 E t ,8 CORLLOTTA 'UNIT 1 t IADJ L LEGAL SEE; ; TAXROLL) OO1466-00075; ; $$$27.,17, !STARKE' FL '13209" ; V5WAV" PF NE (., E', ,637.75'

OF NEW RIVER .' SUB" SANTE FE ACRES 062600800 GUNTERE'JNICE S ,, ;'; ', ., 34( 7S 21 COM AT INT.?NLY' RVl "Tp'POB COl'ly"e .663.55* ,

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INT TO M IN ,, RIGHTS IN SEl 001133-000-0 $403.0 ?J.ttOz67., )(, : ., '. l, \ (tl4" 75 CUM: 4'T' INT NLY"" R !EP.CORy'QF NWl/4" 'OF NWl/4 S

/4 Of Sfr 1/4 -OESC 'IN ',,OR 12 00419- -00700 20.00.AC. STARKE' 3209.1 SCL .RR. C ',.'SWLY\ RW' GStF R '162.4 FOR pup( CONT Sl.27,
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10.00JAC?, -548 BEING LOT 7OFUNR6CO ; I : 51ofL/It, ,r'. ;. Q01i8"OQO.,.1'. i f*79.60rDWAROS' I:301.791-000-2 40.00 : '; 'S'120'.90", FOR DYgt.INTONC ''- ,DONNA tt

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JO, 75 21 El/2 OF NEOF NE : ,FL;: 32058 JACKSONVILLE FL '32201' ';1I3855Id 22 COX. CCR LO STARKE FLA ST AUGUSTINE FL 32091

S OF SR 18 19 55 22rLOTS 47 6 48 N 0 24 55 22 LOT 61 IN TOUNt0" r 170' TOTPOB NW 100 32091 016 6S 22 BEG AT SE COR 0

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002226-9,00-0'' $19(. 76 002732-000-1 $3X.OO SUB OTTS OF ''E LAWTEY ':' EG''. e.ON. S BURY OF SE1/4 0 POO AS DESC Oft 19-477 &

70.00'ACYUUNC.BLDGD < > BENNETT VAN ."W < -h .'*. .j) : ". A \J..i1. () -00600J034b30003 F NWl/4. A DIST OF 945' FO t ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXftOLD

EL ,. BOX 251 v, ; 01605-' -OOOOO ', ,. 1-.1 i ( U33: &6 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLD

RTIBOX34'' LAWTEY FLA ', / 003043-000-7'. $l5':'02 F 1HGOEN WILL lAM CtT SUB NOR THWOOO". ., J 0221900000
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511I 1/4 EX A 4 NWl/4", OF N 381.5. OF e1l2 OFA E1/4'' I L'AWTI'IFLAI1,1' #*', ;?, ;II 55 22 COM AT SG COR'OF 003671-000-.4'' ', $337fi9 BOX' 12U'"r'

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Wl/2 OF NElOF SE1/4RP SUB TOWN OF LAWTEY W OF R 2-3': 55: '''2 2"S 3.9 F TI OF Nr231: IE 254'' N 170.04' S84*" W32 '4AT HEWS LEATONRT 16 65 22'1/2A' IN SW. COlt 0 i

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58.00 AC BOX) 54 .? = ( ,I 'iiJ' l;,.;; MOWNANN.eBELL SUB, GEORGE'S :PROPERTIES 02234- -OOOOO

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630 PROSPECT AVE 32058 : ;v: / T 1 BOX 313 .... :1 t f. STARKE! FL 32Q91 ", 303784-OOC-l, $85.06 ALL OR EDGE WAYNE. LEE
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Sl/4 OF SEl/4 EX 1 12AIN I' '. 1\ ''2''' UF .SW1/4' OF NEl/4 ,"fl11654 4 236.75'' H. 239.55 TO P STARKE FL 32091 SEl/4 OF NWl/4 RUN E 104

SW COR ALL I LYING: W OF. 01380- OOOCO v ', .. (ADO L LEGAL! SEE TAXROLL 07 6S 22 N 528' OF S '1056 3' TO WLY R/W OF ST RO, S
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10 5S 22 Sl/2 OF' LOT 28. 'I 12.06 AC 168l- '-00100 J' / i Nl/2 OF 11 t Wl/2 OF STAKKE FL 32091 18 '65 22 COM AT SE COR OF
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129-386 ., DEPO INVESTMENTS' INC 6.00, AC .: AT NE COR ,OF Sl/2 tiF LOT NWl/4 S OF SR 233 EX) N 3 .5' TO W R/W OF CO. GR RD
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: 18 65,22 A PAR OF LANDIN
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: 100 N17 NWl/ 003931- 000-1 $$96. 85.49
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ADD: ., LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
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: ROe' S 436.95,1.E145.45'11: 01551rOOOOO, ; <, 'A. C: CARRIE PORTER DAVID NINH THI 02299-' -00400
L 'LEGAL SEE TAXROLL :ARK LEONARD ,
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6* 22 aftIN 546' N Ufo ECW LINES OF THAT CADDL LEGAL SEE: TAXROLL K 4 OF BLK 16 IN L T fi CO

Sw CUR Of SflOF NWl/4 0251200200 CERTAIN CLAY HOLE JUSr'OFF 02819- OC100 SUB DOWL III/G/ PARK S/0 S $/D I

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005609-000-3 03.14 LEE GEORGE ET AL
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02632-
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GAINESVILLE FL 32601 28, 6S 22 LOT 2 OF BLK 31
RObERTS KATIE LEE EST IN NORTH RENO S/0 ELY BNOY 188.46', TO NLY R
RT BOX 144 : 28 '6S" '
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: DLK 2'IN DOWl.tNG' PARK'' S/D ,. ,
STARKE FL 32091 0252900000 22 65 22 'COM A J SW COR OF' ( ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) f I 03370 -00 100 '

21 65 22 COM 30 FT .W. OF N 004750-000-5 $193.68 NWl/4 OF SWl/4 RUN E860 SUB PINE8REEZE '03004- -00000 005992-000-8 $22237

E CUR OF NWl/4 OF SWl/4 C CPHEN 1 BOBBY LEE POBN 300'E 3CO S' 30 005610000-4'; $185.43 HOLIDAY GEORGE & 'THERESA1
RUN W 275 FT, 5315FT, ''ST :'vSTARKE OC600 1225 TOM HALL ST
803 IDA 02820-0- '
0' W 300' TO POB, 'ex'e'], 1 ALL'EN' CLESS ''R MR S
E 275 FT, N 315 FT TO POtl FL 32091 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 005291-000-4 $372.14' 2255 CLEMATIS ST STARKE FL 12091

SUB DALE WOOD 21 6S 22 L.OT 6OF BLK 20 SUB NAT WILLIAMS" :. ALVAREZ WILLIAM C ANNA J. SARASOTA FL 334179 28 6$ 22 'LOT 1 .OF. BLK ,"35

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.PO BOX) 470 COHEN HANDSON RT 2 BOX 2905 J I I' N PINEBREEZE SID 03052OOOOO 238 E WASH ST

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21 6S 22 LOT 8 OF .BLK A 0 .STARKE FLA32O91 22 6S 2? LOT 7 OF BLK 1 I tAULEY SANDRA G 28 &S 22 LOTS 6 C' 7 OF 'BLK

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02646AOC800/ T! RONALD E 07-342 fi OR 113-393" "
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MALLORY GARLAND C ALLENE SUB GAHAGAN 73 RT 1BOX20 8 IN ORIG.TOUN I OF STARKE .
HULL DAY GEORGE &
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924' tUlFORD KD STARKE FL 03452 -OOOOO -
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0290000000 28 6S 22 LOTS, 5,6,7'CWLY
SUB SUNNY ACRES STARKE FL 32091 PO BOX 690NEWBERRY
21 6S 22 LOT 26 OF BLK 1 02646-A-01000 005456-000-2 $23.32 FL 32669 18' OF LOT' 8',9. 10 OF BLK I

02378-C-00700 IN GAHAGAN S/0 004891-000-5 $160.09 JOHNS CARL L 14 IN l' T C COS. ADD': .
28 6S 22 LOTS 1 E 3 OF BL
004542-000-4 $409.88 SLClCAM M J C ERMA J BOX 130STARKE
I K 9 IN OR 1C TOWN OF STARKE
HANKER SON: HAN 025&B00000 1314 GROVE ST FLA 0350900000"" ':" '

414 MICHIGAN ST 004787-000-2 314.04 STARKE FL 32091' i 32091 EX RR R/Y 006129-000-6 '". $68.75

STARKE FLA wRIGHT CHARLES C LEILA 22 6S 22 LOT 10 OF BLK, 1 27 6S 22 BEG AT NW COR ,OF GRIFPIS JEROME "". *
32091 IN NAT WILLIAMS SO OR, 126 SEI/4S 03058- -00000 '
1215 OLD LAWTEY RD E1/2 OF SEl/4 OF RT 3 BOX 1625
21 6S 22 LOT 7 C W 19' OF STARKE FL 32091 -505 50' M/L E 151' S' 100' E 005672-000-6 $108.17 STARKE FLA r'\t\ Y*

LOT 8 BLK 3 SUNNY ACRES t 300' N 35' M/L TO S LINE TOTH MARY ANN .., 32091 ;"
21 6S 22 LOT 4iOF BLK 2 I BOX 72 ,
"02413 0020C N GAHAGAM SID 02646-A-01300. ". ADD L'LEGAL' SEE TAXROLL) PO STARK FL 32091 j 28 6S 22 LOT 4 C S 15 FT

004566-000-8 $36.50 004894-000-3 $33.83 OF LOT 5 BLK 28 'IN L. q. .
0291900400 26 6S 22 'L'0IS.6,8 BLK '
HOLIDAY GEORGE C THERESA .
D"DONNA fi COS ADO
bRA SON JOSEPH 0257100000 1225 TOM 'ST 005487-000-3 $$551.72 10 IN' ,ORIG TOWN OF STARKE
HALL
1909 WELLS RD 113 004790-000-5 $122.59 BURCH DONNlE C CLARARENA DESC OR, 100-238 t 100-24 SUB DAVIS.fi TRUBY'SADD
STARKE FL 32091 .\ ,
ORANGE PARK FL 32073 1
SMITH HELEN "
22 6S 22 LOT 13'OF BLK '1 501 OLD LAWTEY RD A. '' "' '
21 65 22 COM AT SW COR OF 1202 KELLER ST 0353900000'
STARKE FL 32091 ', '
Sh'i/4' NAT WILLIAMS S/D 006157-000-9 :.< $35.41
OF SE1/4, E ALONG STARKE FLA '
28 '6S 22 PARC 4 OF WATERS. 03066OOOOO '

SLY BNDY 667.9 TO PUB SI 32091 0268301000 UNRECD .$OAS, DESC; OR ;,,,195., 005481-000-5 $317.36. STARKE BUILDERS. .SUPPLY'BOX I't
8W 293.5S72E 291.6'N 21 6S 22 LOT 7 OF BLK 2 I -582 MARSHALL' ,'MRS W T ) 883 .'
( ADO l LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) N GAHAGAM S/D 004933-000-1 $470.81 3453 BEAUCLERC RO STARKEFLA ," '. '
,JENKINS LEE C BLANCHE 32091 J. "

02416- -OCOOO 02'374OCOOO i 1117 JENKINS ST 005488000.9 02919- -OC70Q. 54.38' JACKSONVILLE 32217 ? 28 6S 22 LOT 4 'OF"'BLK 3.1N '

004570-000-1' $ STARKE FLA 'DAVIS fi TRUBYS ADD
600.11 004793-000-3 $67.11 32091 JEFFERSON WM, S ET AL 28 6S .22 LOTS 5 C ,.7 OF 'BL
0 SUB JONES N J ADD TO STAR
BROWN! MARY ALBERT QUEEN ESTHER
PO BOX 1233 1115 N DELL ST 22 6S 22 COM AT SW COR OF 601 OLD LAWTEY RD I K 13, IN ORIG TOWN OF'. STARK 0358600100

SEC E 39.45 N 750' ,YE, STARKE FL 32091 .
STARKE FLA STARKE FL 32091
300' FOR POB, E 78.59, N 28 6S .22 PARC 7 !WATERS UN 006207-000-8 $42.5
32091 21 65 22 LOT 12 OF BLK 2
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPO
RECD SD A S DES OR 205 472 03111OOOOO
7*. E 102' W 92.26 .S 10 ;
21 6S 22 COM AT NE COR SE IN GAHAGAN BOX 883 ,
<(< ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 005723-000-1 1069.15
CS310EG W 959TO CR OF R
JR. STARKE FL 32091 .
02925- -00000 VAUGHN ERNEST C
R C. CR OF CENTER ST N72 D 0258600000 -\' 005493-000-4' $313.71. S THOMPSON< ST 28 63 22 El/2 OF LOT, 2. OF

G W ON CR ST.1246.6SI 004808-000-2 $101.35 02688- -O OOO B HOLLAND ESSIcJC STARKE FLA .BLK 1 TEMPLES: ADO ,
UVDD.k LEGAL SEE TAXROLL WOLF LOUISE A EST 004944-000-2 % $43.46BROWS J '. .
.t' i. ( fi HA IL e" :.._ 32091 ; I ; '' ,
:
ill ji'j j 't-.;tJ.:: ;;-u"&*r,J1 I DEW6Y.TAYLOR .JR!.i, < f 02423- ,,<:*$ j, }//c..j'--.j. v t 1 i T.wTent! / >uet*yea-/ I STARK "a'A'c.11t" kta ,,"Ill' STAIUUP'FL 32.091 -n "' rQlol :}'/ZOF''t20IT( J4 ''\r..t '1 I :v.06ln1hQOOML.l: 53 \2.c9

004577-000-9 $654.08 STARKE FL 32091 32091 v0. 28 6S 22, COM 100 FT'OF", .' LOT 6 EX N 10 I FT OFfi W1/2' I '' -" ',, d
7. Z] AC 21 6S 22 LOT 5 OF BLK 3 I ><: 111 'E WASHINGTON ST
COOPER SARAH B N GAHAGAN S/D 22 6S 22 E 100 OF W 250' NE COR OF Ml/2 OF NWl/4 0 LOt 8 OF BLK 20 IN ORIG

P 0 'BOX ;370 OF N 93.7 OF: ',S 353.4'. :JO F SEl/4'' OF NEl/4 C RUN S ( ADD.L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) STARKE FLA '

F Wl/4 OF SWl/4 OF SWl/4. 245', 'w 100', N 245'. E 1 32091 '
STARKE FL 32091 02538 OCOOO <(ADO< L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI' 03224- -OOOOO 28 6S 22 LOTS 1,2.3 fi S 3

21 6S 22 Wl/2 OF BLK IS ,R 004810-000-9 $413.55. 02692 -00100" 005828-000-5 $703.'.84 '.9FT 7, IN'OF LOT-4OF;, BLK

3H ALL OF BLK 1 S OF 4 W COHEN BOBBY LEE 004963-000-6 $150.6.0DAVIS ,II. 0292800000 STR ICKLAND J S 9 IN1 TEMPLES ADO DeSC OR
IN NW1BLK 1 N 3'W TH 803 IDA ST. 38206 5TH PLACE fc '
MELVIN 005495-000-6 $170.22 101-5 ,
:
AT LIES E OF W LINE OF Nw STARKE FLA PALMDALE CA 93550 ;,

(( ADD .U LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ) 32091 1119 LAMAR, ST SMITH JAMES 0 29 6S 22 LOTS 1,2.4 Of' Bt '03638- -OOOOO v ?- '
1202 KELLER ST
STARKE FL 32091
21 6S 22 LOTS 7 C 8 OF BL K.2 IN J D JONES ADD OR 1 1 I 00626O\-ODo-O'J, 191.71
22 6S 22 BEG 300' E OF NE STARKE FL 32C91 '
THOMAS COLON M fi.MARIAN N
02430- -00000 I K 3 IN GAHAGAN S/O EX SI2 / 29-35
COR OF ,,INTE OF OLD LAWT.. 28 6S 22 1 LOT BEING 122. | :312.'W BROWNLEE ;
004587-000-4 $776.52 OF LOT 3!I OR 124-341
PORTER DAVID A C NINH T EY RD C LAMAR ST 'N 100. !5 FT N C SBY50FT.E. C M I 3249- -00000 STARKE FLA ...' .,
0259100000 E 50' S 100' h 50' TO, LYING BEING IN NE COR 005855-000-2 $131.52 32091 '.
1401 N TEMPLE AVE :
STARKE FL 32091 004814-000-3 67.68 C ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL, OF Ml/2 OF NH1/4 OF SEl/4 I FOR SYT E WM V C. JOAN 28 ,6S 22' W 56FT .OF, LOT -8

2165 22 COM AT NW COR OF SMITH EDWARD Q <(< ADD' L LEGAL SEE'' TAXROLU I fJO 'BOX 668' I IST C 'W 56FT OF Nl/2 OF,'LOT .9

NU1/4 OF SE4 S 703.76' T C HELEN SMITH WILLIAMS LE 02707- -00100 r SUB POWELL UNRECD SO- 28 : ARK E FLA OF BLK 19 IN TEMPLES ADD
1202 N KELLER ST 004992-000-5 $32.05 32091 .
0 POfl CONT S 128.64 NB5V DESC OR IQ9-328 .
3.73' S22E 97' N83E 71 STARKE FLA ROYAL PAUL '&. BERTHA 1.,. 02941-A-OC800 28 6S 22 'COM 210' E OF'NE f

( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 32091 6042 WEBSTER ST' 005530-000-0' $425.38 COR OF BROADWAY' ,&. 'HOYT 'STS I()366100000' '. ..ri.j" ; .
'
21 6S 22 Nl/2 OF LOT 17 t PHILADELPHIA PA 19143 >; PEDRO ENTERPRISE? INC K RUN N.105 E 52 1/2' 006289-0000 I $332.92

02443- -OCOOC LOT 18 OF BLK 3 IN GAHAGAN 22 6S 22 Nl/2 'OF S2/3 OF\ PC BOX 1120.. S 105% W 52 1/2' TO BEG THOMAS COLON_ &',MARION ; ,

S/D Sl/2 OF W 198' OF Nl/2 ,,0F. NEW YORK ;;NY.' 10028. 03264- V06000' 312' W BROWNLEE 51., ';, '' ,
004606-000-2 $130.55 ''
3.00 AC SUB TEMPLES SE1/4'OF SWl/4 OF SWl/4' J 28 6S 22XOM; AT'INT N .R/H( 005370-000-2: $l61. 80 :STARKE ''FL 32091 ,a .

CUFFEE LEARANTINE SUB DENNY HGTS. ..iff WILSON RD! C-.M:! R/W PARKER MAN IRE CHARLES E 'JR' .28 :65 22. LOT .4 :DF..6I.K'.21t.

305 JENKINS ST 02602- -OCOOO Tin ST N ON te' I R\/W 4.25.06' .TO 116'8ROOKOAL' IN TEMPLES ADO. f 5 ,

STARKE FLA 004324-000-8 $228.64 0271500108 "'. POB CONF N 333. 6' TO' 'S., 'WARNER ROBIN GA 31093 SUB 'PEEKS ADO TO STARKE,

32091 GREEN LUTI-ER HRT 005010-000-0 $484.30 ( ADO L' LEGAL. SEE TAXROLLI:, 28 ,6S ,;22; 1 LOT 52 1/2 FT Jr.

21 65 22 COM AT SW COR OF 1 BOX 257-F ADMIN FMHA y) \ : N t S BY ,105 FT..E-C W BNOE .03690OOOOO: .\Jii,
CARLSBAD NM 88220 C PO BOX 1264GAINESVILLE ; 02949- -00101 : (306317-000-7
A 124 TRACT FORMERLY OWN BY BROAD 'ST N BY' BEAVER $691.17
ED BYPCGOODWINCRUNE 22 6S 22 COM AT NE COR OF FL 32602 l it 0055470007$303.09, C S BY, KALLOS, 'w BY BAR 1 THOMAS DOTTIE F > i i ,
SE1/4 OF NW1/4 22 65 22 LOT 3 AS DESC Oft DIANE SNOW INC 407
ALONG SOIL LAND TO SE CO RUN S ONLINE ( ADO "L LEGAL' SEE. TAXROLL. W WASHINGTON ST, r-\
C IADOL LEGAL SCE TAXROLL) E 500' TO ,CENTER OFGK 136-346 DEN Y' HGTS UN-RE' P10 BO" Xl"GRAHA' 03291-1-, -'OOOOO i.. '. :STARKE, FL '32091'' *,.,' .
RD N 72* W 84C TO POB C'O PLAT ,u, FL 32042 005902-000-3 $291.21 28 63 22 LOTS 2,3,4I5't E
28 65' 22 COM AT KLYBORV v ;
ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI '. 1/2 OF LOT
02450OCOOO )2728- 00000 'i BLK 'A 8LANOING S/OiN.85.1 BRIGHT,; EMMETT, ,JR. 6fOF'.BLK' IN

004619-000-5 .$211.39 02611Q0300 05025-000-5, S'3.1JAVISMELVIN'&HARy"IJ? STO! 'POBELY 52.71'NLY;, 1 HARRIOELLE .'. PEEKS ADO ,, \,.r. ',1'
LONG GLENN" S fi DONNA U 04836-000-5 $645.27 44.85 WlY"Z.27'.SLY'144C P .0 BOX) '5 33691OOOOO ... V;

RT 1 BOX) 4 S 8-e IGGS JOHN 1119 LAMAR ST L LEGAL SEE"' TAXROLL LAWTEY: FLA 306318-000-3 $300.52 t
HAWTHORNE FL 32640 RT2BOX5STARKE STARKE FLA '\ .:;' i '" ,,32058 '. :R ISS lAN JOHN E C MARY B

21 6S 22 COM AT SE COR OF FLA 32091 f.' 02949-, -00207" 28 6S 22 i.OT.(2( OF BIK',1,: I' !24N LAKE sr. .. ,. ; ;" ,,
32091 AT NE 'COR : N L 'C COS S/D EX> ; TARKE>> FL 32091', '?I \\f\
NE1/4 OF SWl/4 W 455' FOR Zl 65'22 COM OF 005556- 000'-6 $13.66 T" S R/W \ '"

I POO W 100' N 19* E-141 2l 65 22 BEG AT SW COR ''OF'' Sl/2 OF SW1/4'OF NE1/4 O 6LOODWORTH I :,LYNDA E tis' < 03293- -OOOOC '. ",f *e 6S,'22 LOTS, l' 'J,Wl/2,, 6 ,

S 81* E 100' S 21*'W I SE1/4 OF BIN R2E NLY ONLY < F SWl/4 RUN W 188' FOR PO 3 14::.N"'' RATER ST 005906-000-7 $34.81 ILK 36 IN,' PEEKS ADO" : '.

( ADD; L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL W LINE OF SAID SEI/4,12 B W 179.5 S 324.90S 1E" 't STARKE FL 32091. IC.ELLVlOUIS.j '! '0375i- .-b'0200-: ''' % i '

SUO I KNIGHTS REPLAT '. 5' ELY 100', SLY 125' WLY ,C'' ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLt\ ?! 28 6S :'22; LOT .7 !OF, 'BLK 8.8 905.'THOMAS ST"i. \ ., I 006390-000-5' $480.51, r'

C ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLD- : LANDING ..S/O. STARKE FL _32091 HAYNES .ENT INC? "r> +,1 ;.

0247602105 ))2752-05 06 7-, -00100'00 C-7 125.44;',/,, 9f\'C r" "' 28 ,6S 22 ''LOr.l.OF: ,BLI' < 'z' ;;ll, .519 N'W 'IOTH. AVE :",,'; ,'d t
"
004686-000-2 S67.10 I 0261100301 'AfpS MICHAEL H & LAURA ;V '02974OOOOO ., N L T e. ,cgs SID: .. ',.' I GAINEVtLLEFL':; 326ai>>)

CARTER A C 04837-000-1 $9.31 U3, BOX 242 > I 005 75-00o-0 ", $95.66. O33b0r00000", to J: 28.6S' 22 LOTS, 2 fi>*4 OF 'BL .

909 N CHURCH ST SMITH JOHN C & BERTHA M IARKE FU: .32091 ". 1 BARNES DAVID ,A, CCONNIE 0059I4rOOODVtHUNTER :$150.3S I K 38, J M, JOHNS'-S/D'Vi'; ;

STARKE FL, 32091 413 MARKET .RD 23 65',,22 N ,95' OF Sl/2'qF '412 N 21' 6S 22 LOTS 56'fi 7 BLK STAR E FL 32091 C/q SAMUEI"HWTER918rKEIaER, s H t':rt": '" ,
.SWl/4 OF 5W1/4 OF NWl/4 :STARle'fL'' ', 32091' ;; \ .
21. BEING IN 'KNIGHTS SID' 22 65 22 BEG ,AT :SE COROFBLK' : SUB. GARDEN 'ACRES!:: .UNRECO 2$?6S 22, COM AT -SE'icOR' ,Oi'JACKSON' = ST'n' .' J3810OOOOQ: ,\/1 1'I>! { < ;
: 1 N RG.2 .E' S' J TEMPLES / 6':'WELLERUN '$15R\ STARKE FL' 3209Jf' )06447-000-6 :;$ $166.52 ;!

02467-' ooooa. : SID NLY 125.WLY' 100S 02772- -00000' S. 22Ff 'FOR. COT.'"RUN S 28 6S, 22 .BLK' (ONM; T ft: C JERNOVICH '0-t( ., / 'skjrM3 ; > "

f004691-000-7 $45.96 LY 125'ELY"100' TO POB 005106-000-5 $195. 13 ,26FTi,. f ,,220FT-. N ''IOIFT ,', Old S/0 U'R/W'S'E",75') ': CJF.Q33i3 E. PRATT'ST't' .- V'- '>\W lTARKE ;l\\ ,
: ; -
WILLIAMS WILLIE MAE Ii J' ; 1 FL -3.2091 -da;I'
'9ipO'AC'VPOKELL ,. ,I I(IADO- L: 15GAC: ,SEE' TAXROLL r > : .u
412 ROGER ST. 0261110.00302' 9 6S 22, COI4I A T, SE\COR OF ,
EDWARD M L BETTY ART --OOOOO ..J005927rOOO3
,, .
VALOQSTA GA' 31601 OO4338-000-7 $118.BO; lBqxi372; I 0298&VOCiOC: Nfl/4 OFi.' .se /4 OF Ngl/4 f

21 65 22 COM AT ',NW COR Of CLAY LEROY SR $STARK;)FLA i"' : j 0055
LOS, OF ELMIRA KING E OF'' 405 C MARKET RG '. 'r 3269 ,'?"' LE'.W.u.te: *.;. f "t.CHERYL' l J. C/0 HELEN''6 'WIl1IAMS' ,'t., ". i. ,"w.'N(, 115IFT* Ml I,
RY TO E LINE pF SEC 1. STARK FL .32091 *. : 206.5WATER.: n .ADO L.: &LEGAL, SEE TAXRO1.),' --
?3 6'S 22"'E'1I.2., OF sWl/4 OF ; : 1202KELLER, ; ST : I '. ; :
N ON Sec..LINe TO' CENTER 22 6$ ,;,22> COM! AT SW. C9R) OFSt4 NWl/4OFj;: SEl4EX THAT P STARKE.: : FL.:32091'. ,,. .1AR.e. :FL '. .: 1. '' 'I
OF :BLK- I'NRG' :2 Je., f 816522; COM'"A T' sifNWl4'OF.SEl4 CQR' of" 13819OOOOO. :,
tAD..L LEGAL/ TAXROLLI ; : ORT"dF'' El/2' S OF GR RD ty+ ; '. 32091 1 ,,
*> '" J fc ..* .ELY CON1.f", > : E :389.; \ 10 A 456=. .\3158.88 i
/ ; f ,10O'"T3P( '' .. 28 6S, ;22 LOT\.3 OF ; '. OOO-i 5\N' .,
249dCC200 l '*'.>'5lV .' us' iii'' : ,, i TOAem/M{ :SR*ioo<;.e..fO NLY. ,8LK,1I. :.OOPER.J> '
100.4( ,,. 1p0t$912 2'17'S-' oo o'o ( ,1111.,1 L:: T 1.005'5/p i. ,$ 'CREMS; LOUIS II IIo +
004696 000-T'\ -f '- ''' $33. 61 ADO. L: .:ZSEGAL' Ef;'TXRqLL)' .0011'0O0"2': ;;;[ON" E\>\, R/W 109.46$854! E ? r" .eox) '973 ; > ?. r i. .,.

$ IN'GL'ETON'; siA'tlARO;; 026 19-f- -0 0OUulfe. ,' .' '' '' $175.50' I f'AOP r 1 :''UO'ALt.'SEEUOL''j. : ,. ) '.'> 03321OOOOO .- _."1' I T ARK f;' FL,_--32091 p'\I .. p
e004854OOC.3,2k UAL EE.AlMA'RICKS, .. >: >,>1 '?' *",' !Jr.t\j 1 ,'',1 0059 61oOQO-Z, $36-\1'- ( ;
21 '6$ 22 1 'SO ACRE. IN- SW 3, 86 RT ,1' 8OX ;35 :! I 4p"' I" ;.: ", A'J.;;<'.-' '"" .:" .,A"... .+,' :iI... HUH'toWARO"O'? ", :, ,- 9.,6S.'.22. BEG NE1/4 Of. $E1:4cQF : k
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COR .Of INT CTR ST 6 E SECL2162 20.00 AC1; w,.*.'.' / STARK, t'FLA' f+ ;.r f ..),,:.:?..1.Vtf.\.d..:':.,.... r ,' ,,.r ,c/o HELENe;'' WILLIAMS :: NElW' ,100'., 515"; P.
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: : .v' ,.. .. To rDB, 5q,*,. 100? E
: : .> SANDERS HORACE(; 32091 ? 4 o ;. ,(",,'.; '.. !" 1,1I--". '', I "' ... N KtLLEIT. \ .- \ f
RT t BO*( 2&9" \ 24 65 22',ALL El/2 Of $Wl/ ,'::"."'I:'' '.. .j" ,'," I'; ,,"{ : :: "\. lARK FLAJ2091 I 50N. ; 1'00'T9; POB, Of sd" w
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STARKE! K, 92091' 4'UF' NE1/4 N'OF: RD, I!"0\.,.,1". ",.'A'"n; *' 4 ADO L: LEGAL SEE; TAXROLLJ'

I 22 65 22 1/2 OF NHl/4 OF :SUB .WOODS ,I, :.,',I.I.! ,,( '. ", \ za' 6S' 22 :LOTS 3 C'4' OF' "
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07454-000-6 $100i&8' $$39.271 : -
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1/4 OF SEl/4 OF NelS I TARKE FL 32091 .-r 15 7S 22! COM A T NE' tOR SE HAMPTON Fa: :32044 '32',' rS1LOTS THRU'"f

39.5' TO POB. CANT S 150' 32 6S 22 NJ 150FT t S 226FT J4 6S 22 COM AT NW COR"'OF ,,CW, 660.53'S 1626.26'TO P 29 7S 22'Wtv 562 OF 1wil 17 THRU 22 OF RLK 15 INN v;

K: 120' N 5Q W 10' N OF LOT 6 OF BLK 1 IN e NEl/4 OF NWl/4 C RUN E 4 OB N 82 DEG W130.92 S 39 4 OF NWl/4 LYING S OF GSG' AMP T&JN& PARK ;

lAUD L LEGAL, 'SEE TAXROLLI. W HAYES SID 10 FT S 220 FT W 400 FT N 0EG W 63.15 S 71DEG W 277 F RR EX.PARC. IN NW CUR 0516600000

04264- -OOOOU 220 FT TO BEG < AOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR.OLLI' $20847

0382300000 007059-000-0 $30lt.78' 05045: -00100 008652-000-5
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006441-000-0 CORCURAN MICHELE ANN 450800000 Q'483800900 > 008444-OOC-4 $15.30 70.OO AC

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414 "N MYRTLE ST MELROSE FL 32666 ROOST INVESTMENTS INC EDWARDS, L K III PO BOX 1O3 RT 3.BOX 598'1' < "
STARK FLA 32 6S 22 NEl/4 Of NE1/4,0, 0 BOX 12597 RT 1 .BOX 72-D HAMPTON FL 32044 ; > 'r J'' (4 ,STARKE'iFL; 3209li ;f: "

32091 .?, F SWl/4. EX R/W es 100* A1NESV1LLE.FL 32604 REDOICK FL 32686 29 7S JLZ BEG AT PT ., WHERE 34 7S 22"ALI1 N1/2 OF NHl4 /
,4 S W 40 OF ..4 6S 22 '' W 1/2 ,OF N1/2OF, W LINE OF SEC IN.T: WITH SLY :: S OF RY"OR 128-r220' "
29 65 22 COM 15' W OF NE NWl/4 OF NWl/4 NWl/4' "c ,15 7S 22 COM AT NE COR 'w t. '} .
COR OF Wl/2 OF, NEl/4 OF .3 OF SEi/4 ALSO THAT PORT Wl/4 OF v' '' -, 660.53 S 427.80'TO PUB S710EG R/W' ',GS&F Rrr.S 20M/L', 05255-t -00000

El/4 OF NEl/4 RUN S 140 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL, ) ;UB' HICKS' UN ECO'I' '' W 830.70'. TO ELY R'IW 150' N 150' TO'SL' Rw"GADD 008787-000-4 ,. .j p 1', $17.8.69'

,W 210 FOR POB S. 100 h SUB NICHOLS' ACRES 04562- -.00104 ] SR 100 SELY ALONG R/W ( L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) BOOTH MICHAEL ,J".ETAL, ,/, ,. '

ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI) ", .< 007563- 000-9, ., $116.56GLISSON UOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) SUB GOULD PARK.. : 942, tl:04P1: ERSON OR ,;'. j"" ,
04280 00000 LARRY F 6BETTY''JP 1.! .. ..,
SUB UOWL ING R N ADD TO ST TAMPA FL 33603 n. -, <\. ,
007038-000-9, $159.39 0 BOX 873 ;. 0.483801000 0505600101 01 85 ,22 LOTS 59 ,6,5f, 67* .

03837-B-01300 WRIGHT THELMA ET, AL STARKE FL 32091 V 008086-000-0 64.12 008461000$455.1' $ O F CL.K" .,
A' '.: DN PINE ', : ( : ,;;h- -
(00687-000-6, $65.28 1319 LOVE ST 35' 6S 22 BEG AT SE COR OF WAL'DROP RAMON :DLIVERIA: FLORENCE: '. .
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715 S, WESTMORELAND ST LE SAVANNAH GA 31401 'r W 200' S 412.45. E:2: GAIMESV1LLE FL 32601 STARKE FL SiO l' > ry' 008794-600-1 $480.95

STARKE FLA 32 -6S 22 COM AT A PT 2051 00' TO POB EX PORT S OF 'R 15 7S 22 COM 'AT NE COR OF 30 75 '22'LOTS 1,2 ,t.i'f": &'V3 TETSTON JANICE) M1, ,, : **<"

32091 T E 'OF NW COR OF NWI/4'OF' ADO L, LEGAL: SEE, TAXROLLI, 'SEC W 660.53 S 1325.42 THRU 13 OF BLK 1 GOULD, ".,, PARK" RT '1'' BOX) 51K'"Y kt!*';;" ";' '

29 6S 22 LOTS 13.14OF B SEl/4 t RUN E 160FT S 25 TO POB S71DEG W 544.57'TO : < ". ""t: < ;SANDERSUN FL3(2087( ,,r4l'

LK 2 IN R N paWL ING ADO OFT W 160FT N 25CFT 10 PO 04576- -00000 ELY R/W SR-100 SLY ALO > < 01 8S 22 LOT'': 69-:'ON
( 'ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 007583-000-9 $123.59 j AOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL( ) 05066-; 00000: ,F "CRYSTAL L'AKE: HOMESITES5 "
SUB PINEHAVEN 3.84 AC ) 008477-000-7 1'42.75 : "'J! V a '
/
04308- .
\ -00000 SHANNON VIRGINIART 0488700104 OLIVERiA FLORENCE .' k "' $5323--OOD0 1', -" r
0071 0-000-5 $151.51 '00883.2-OOO-3, ". ,51579.01
03876- -00000 I BOX 1007 008186-000-4 $49.29 PO BOX' 1233 ;
MULBERRY '
006515-000-3 $392.60 FLORA EST STARKE FL 32091 DURHAM SYNNO TT B STARKE FL 32091 "' WHITTON G MARSHALL% C H .v '

COSTELlO BILL RT I ALFAIR 1 DURANT 35 6S 22 W' 1 110 FT OF. N 1 7730 ATLANTA ST : 30 75 22 COM NW COR NEl/4 DELORIS L ', ,- < ,( ,: ,
,
RT '2 BOX 126 DR BOX 1537GAINESVILLE 050FT, OF NWl/4 OF NWl/4. HOLLYwOOD FL 33024 OF NEl/4! E 495'' S 453'-"; '.'P 0 BOX 267 "' .
KEYSTONE- FL 32601 TO POB, CONT S'' 75" E' 100"* I LARGQ FL 33540' ,;;"; .
HGTS FL 32656 ,32 6S 22 EXPLATTED, LAND IN NE COR 19 75 22 COM 60.19 N OF ,< <
29 6S 22 LOT 3'OF DLK 2 I COM AT NE ,CUR OF G EX R/W Q ,EX:?PARCS 1,4 SE COR OF' SW'1/4'OF SWl/4 N 75' W 100 TO'.JPOB1-* 01' 8S"22 LOTS 69,7l.73
NW1/. OF SEl/4 fi'RUN W, 2 :3N: OAK OF. CRYSTAL LAILO
N PINEHAVEN SDSUB' ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL FOR POB N599.81' WLY 114' SUB HAMPTON :: I. J. I'
10FT FOR 1'2631' :
APOB THEN RUN S MESHES' OR : 'J ,
P IN EHUR'S I ,. 0. ,
.SLY 599.81 ELY 208' TO
., 105FT W 210FT, N 105FT, E '" .1'.1,1' .' I I008S140Qo3" 0539900000 "
ADD L 0457600400 ,. ( ADD L LEGAL SEE .TAXROLL) 05079oioii1 ;.; h't yl.q
LEGAL
0393500000 SUB SEE TAXROLL) O07585000$101.88: *, : : ; .33:61RHEA : 78100o-- ,1. ;",..61.:
LINCOLN vl I
006581000Sk8:89' CITY SHANNON NATHAN K fi HARRIES 0489500100'' ; PAUL E : ', : 0Q9AC ,irr '
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,7 DRAWER 'A I" NEWMAN" ROY E ANN MARX .
SISK HAROLD E SHANNON SUSAN MARIE 008202-000-4' $132.86 ;'
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0432000400 > .J.JI' \ PO
1206 N LAURA ST RT. 1 BOX 1006 BRADLEY VIRGINIA i, HAMPTON 'FLA \ I ,.. SOX 970
007154-000-4 $15.49 '' ; y STARKE
JACKSONVILLE FL 32206 SOLOMON MA STARKE ,FL 32091 BOX 103 32044. FL 32091 '

29 6i ,22 LOT '4 OF BLK B 'I I .WILLIAM i! ,"' ,, 35'' 6S 22 PARC.;: 4 S. W 1.15 HAMPTON FLA I 30, 75 22 LOTS 13V14.15 06 8S, 22" El/2' OF.. 'lIIfH/"OF,
LANE SR LE NEII
N P 1"1" EHlR ST SID J AC OF PARC'S OF PLAT RECD 32044 ? 16 OF BLK 10' INtHAHPTON ", '
RT ,
,, 3 BOX 743 ; SUB LAKE BEDFORO'SFtR3E
I' ,S'
OR 152-6C3 '' OR 101126'OR1O126 ( .
0403700400 STARKE FL 32091 .. -' ;; J 1,9 7S 22 COM AT SW ,COR QF J r'08522UOO6" ., ,
006696-000-3 34.52 32 6S 22 LOT 4 OF'8LK 7 I. .j SEl/4 OF SE 1/4, E 160' 05079-, -01300 > ,' f ;,

04581- 00000 Mi, 278' TO POB THN 100' < $737 00400O0929O005' "' ""*'h'
SELLERS RONNIE E EJANINE LINCOLN CITY ., ., D ..04
P 0 BOX 985 ,?, '.. 0015 fI-000-2 : 't'$ ',10.6e ,E 154' S 100' W 154* T RHEA" PAUL 'E"" CROSBY RICHARD A .JI..! a'

STARKE FL '32091 04322- .-00700'r.; .. I' ., POM ERLEAU' "'ROGER F'C0' ADD L LEGAL SEE. TAXROLL,,) HAMPTON' Ft: 32044 d- 8211 OR ;CRAIG CT' '

29. 6S 22 LOT 4 BLK. 2 SARA. 007172-000-2 $507.56 S 'POMERLEAU' ', 30 7S'22'' W112OFALLEYWAYIN ; ; ALEXANDRIA VA 22306

TOGA HGTS UNIT 3 FIRST STATE MTG CO CROSS HILL RD", '/ :,04900- 00300 BLK t3 'OF HAMPTON C S'LY 13 8S 22 COM AT INT.OF S
VASSELVORO: ,04987 008210-000-7 $315.58 10' ADJ TO COTS 5-8 OF DR.tt 6 1RW'DFSR >
SUB PARKWOOD 720 GILMORE ,ST. .. ?.". .& INE OF LAKE SHORE
'
? 35 6S 22-.N 1/2 OF' NWl/4 OF G' 'OF HAMPTO '' :
JACKSONVILLE KEMMERER ALFRED BLK 13 OF TOWN S-21-AiELY' 't ON
04118-A-00000 ''., FI..322.03;! ,SW1/4 OF NWl/4' EX R/W EX 421 N WILD OLIVE AVEDAYTONA (''ADDL .LEGAL SEE TAXROLL :dJ'A' DUT." '
.S
32 6S 22 LOT ,1OF., BLK',9\ 0 li" ,' *: .' ,S LINE OF L .
N 156.51
006828-000-8 Sh..53TOwN' 2i4A BEING THE i !
BCH FLA
F LINCOLN 'C ITY -..'ftf' '*<'i "' ', !"ADO L t GAL'.SEE'TAXROLLj
COUNTRY HOMES OF, j ." !MOPE 596. ,i'_ 32018 05079-, -0130' I 'J.. '. < f fc '. v S / '
E C EN TRA.L.: 'FL tNC \ 19 7S 22 BEG 25' N OF' :SE stS.50DAV ''" '. :* '
04328: 00t02 ::1, ,ll Or. 81- OOOOaV\: ; I 008525-000-4 '' 053! 1900000 .' "
PO BOX 298 ''I' 007196-000-6 0076030003 $634.42" COR OF Wl/2 OF $E1/4.OF S IS GEORGE E 't GREGORY 009140-:-000-1' '' $433:09WARO )
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'$11.12 '
MCINTOSH FL 32664 < CHURCH ,FIRSTBORN"i ''OFt'i 415AC ,' '?1', e 114 RUN N 100' W '122' PO'', BOX' 93 ""' "" "' J "''C'' 1' S tRAWFORO"'G 'L' ,

29 '6S 22 BEG AT SW''COR., BL LIVING GOD COLLINS GLADYSV'R SI ICQ' E 122 TO BEG BEIN HAMPTON FL 3204 4311 NW 18TH PL' .. v .
'
fl,1, W 60., N 10.7't E60; >>. RT 1STARKE. T 3802,1140. "( AOOL: LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ) 30 7S 22 LOTS S= 8IBlic.l13? GAINESVILLE FL 32605

S 10.7 TO POB ,? FLA STARKE FL 32091 "iXX4900 HAMPTON DR 128-276, 13 os 22'LOT Z OF: BLK 'B-M
:
SUB WESTPINE, 32091 -. >.. <" 35 6S 22 'NWl/4'OF' SW1/4 t ,) -. ft 00 800' r 05079- -03003 >, i /"' /' PLEASANT SID EX W 50' 0

04t62r -OOOtfrf 32 65' 22, E'1/2'OF '.LOT-HOF WLY 77'OF' NEl/,4 gF SW14so ;O08213J000-5 $15725 008536-000-5 U2. .,::02 ; -" .
SUB"AbAMS
006908-000-2 120.69 BLK, '15 IN LINCOLN! CITY .EX, 1-C' ";IN" !:sw COR.Pf; :. I, HART WILTON OLIVERIA FLORENCE' K/; !t REPLAT ,' ;Y;
.
,
MYRICK BISHOP. J" 0438800100 .I,.''','' \I NW1/4OF SWl/4.. '& EXPAR.J BOX 195"HAMPTON PO BOX 1233: .'.,,-.,? ..y ,.'. I/\ 05552OQ10't" ;' V-- '
715 WESTMORELAND ST v <, < ADO. L LEGAL 5E'F1'TAXRtl t Lj FLA STARK, FL '. "
I .. .32091rt' ? ; : ,
-00 : 32044 ; 1 tx v 009200-03: 5, v,' ,.f72.33
14i Kxfi.'f19.7S \ 'k(\I> 'n I
STARKE FL 3Z'091'O.CJ"f! 1' B UrOQo-i\ :FS pti 04606- -OOOOOT )MAO M 108: ,22. T SW WR,nQF 30 .1$ ,2Z.- lOa'.tOFiLaTS., V., EDWARDS SUS&M. t. LK.: 111, .
1.842 CJM di)1 OA-cm:1 i: < > 'f > 00763 OOO+.QS E5I '.ZUT2MIMS SEl/4 OF tOI1..A"SE147lE'ALONG'SLY ; '?' StaFT ua..ITY.Ojl/IQ'8tA;/ N'TtJN$,' It TI'H"80.U7Z"'WJ",1JMU ,' '
SEl/4 OF 'S'I' \1'/4.' lMMN" xN61'' *< >M 'fOlJTTl T*" M V ", ,''HTB t'-: : M00418"SEHOY'CIRCLE ".. ... ADD 1 'V ,Ii''''j' ; REDOICK, FL 32686 ,
STARKE FL 32091 BOY 660 N 660 W 346
'r 'e 140, FOR POB, 'E 411'. 33' A' ., i SUB WRIGHTS ..AgO'I ,13 8S 22 COM, AT SE COR ,TRACT
6S 22 COM AT NW COR .OF 'V FOR POBrf S 392' E 100'
6' S ON WMLAND ST 344.3'ADO AUBURN ." NLY R/..
NW1/4 OF NWl/4 E 116 : ALABAMA 'lZ ( ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL .8, N 55 W ON
I L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) TO J .', .
POB CONT E 64,IS 105* W 6 36830 'I I 0490O01000 0512900200 SR-100 987.271! TO POB fri

SUB GREAT OAKS SID ,4' N 105 TO POBv -. ,. 36 6S: 22, LOTS .8'. &J9OFBLK : 008215-000-7 $189.34 008558-000-7 ,$86.1.9. 51* W ON R/W 137.77!. TO

SUB SOUTHGATE REPLAT 3 LAKE KINGSLEY tiTS IN BRADLEY L P S VIVIAN V 4.90' AC. ,' ,: ,.,,4\ ( ADD L'LEGAL SEE .TAXROItiLi

0418300000 NEl/4 OF NE 1/.1. PO BOX 103 LOTT SUSIE M sp ,. ," ,'.

006931-000-5 $51.74 04394-C-00100 I -. < HAMPTON" FL 32044 P 0 BOX) 202 I.J.. 0555400000 '

WILLIAfS'AC 007254-000-8 I''' $107X87 0462700600 19'15 22 COM AT"SW'COR OF HAMPTON FL 32044 009203-000-3, $. '7". 89'

100 E!CAlL STREET MULL INS JAMES E SHIRLEY 007666OOO'l $391.11 $E 114 OF SEl/4, E 660N 30 7S 22 THAT PORT OF 51./. 3.37; AC _

STARKE FLA' 1034 PALM OR ,' .3.10AC1r : '225' ,W 100' FOR POBN 100iW 4 'OF SWl/4 OF NE 1 lie, LYING, MANNING PERVW ..G fi ARMOUR

32091 STARKE FLA GRIFFIN. DOYLEJL O.KENNEJH '10ie'S lOO'.E'104' T NWLY OF ST RD S-i325EXC RT 2 BOX ..223-M d

29 6S 22 COM AT NW COR OF 32091 ,; .;,,.J. ,. 'RT- 1 : BOX 1,154'-- ;' .<. ( ADD" L<*'LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) WLY 264' ;/ : '"r. KEY,,$TONE'HGTSFL. 32656

SEl/4 OF SE1/4E2507TO 33"6S 22 LOT 1 BLK J3 SpUt STARKE PL' 32091: .., SUB "HAMPTON.'"' 05130- -00100 "j, ,' '' 13 8$; 22 THAT, PARC, BEINGAN

ELY R/W OF EPPERSN ST SON *' H GATE "REPLAT 02} ''7S 22 BEG AT,; ,NW CQR OF l-:,: 008575-000-9' ,$75.07l, UNNUMBERED, TRACTf.AS'DE1

E RW 179,65/! 'E 197.11 SUB EASTWOOD1 OR12222; '' .1,. SW1/4 OF .SWI./4. E ,TO WL.Y 0491301418 8.42 AC ." J .'. SCO COM AT THE *NT'OF' 'THE'

( ADD.L LEGAL' SEE TAXROLL. ) I ,\ I..,. i R'W-SR': -10o-A": JSELY; ON R/, 008242-000-4 $128.52JOHNSTON PADGETT C. E E B J "j ", : E LINE OF SEE '8 S THE,

'SUB' : 30-6-22 ,W 275',, W ,400 N 400'. 10 STAR RT 1 BOX 225 ( ADO L LEGAL ,TAW.OLLI ,
LAK'EWOOO R
: W
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04410-B-00200,, .\ I. \ '' '
: ADD L LEGAL SEE, ,. SILVER RIDGE '
( TAXROLLISUBWOOLFES AMPTON FL 32044; \ SUB : r.
3 BOX
007290rOOO-4: ,. $ 464.18 RT 537 ;
"
,
\
? : UNRECD 7S 22 NWl/4 OF NWl/4 jS
30 '
'
04197 -00000 32277 05555-A-01900 '
NELSON HERBERT fi ANNE ,T PALATKA FL 2'0092080003 -
.
006958-000-7 $14648;' ,BOX 749 *;.I', .'7 0469000000 ". 19 7$ ;:.22 LOTS 18,19 t 20OF' OF SR 221 EX PORTQLQCATE',,'' ," $22.64

7.00 AC KEYSTONE HGTSFL: 32656 007772-'000-4 "' "'$62.58 BLK 14 BND BY RR IN HA D INCOUNTY;, i. SCHAFER JEFFREY.H'' .' <.: .;

GUNTER DAVID S EUNICERT 33 6S 22 LOT 2 OF BLK, 2 'EASTWOOD :WHtTEHEAO .MAJ'tANO' E.'.MAYO. MPJON SO' s ] .1 I ,., RT 2 BOX) 2690i.. .1) 'I .

2 BOX 239-A -. 't "', 1102 .E'CAL'L::: ST' "., ,. SUB' WEEKS C J 5132- .00100 ; '. ,j", v < YSTONE HGTS, FL, 32656 t.,
.
STARKE FLA "' ST")RKE 'FL)' 32091 04974- -00000 08578-000-7 $9.41' ,J3, 8S 22 ,PARe.. 19 OF./BLK,

32091 04410-B- 00400.: .' .' /'', .: : '22: .THAt PORT 'OF SEl 008330-000-1 $601.26 1.33 AC ,' J"r; ] ", ., ., ,IN1. S.tL VER. RIDGE .... ,

30 6S-22 BEG 'AT NE COR OF ,0072910000$54k,76' /,4'OF' NEt/4' WHICH LIES W. 30.00 AC '. PADGETT C E fi B ,J \'' % "' 05638--00000"?' : ""' l' *I' '
S 670 ,GUNNER ELAINE ""; .> \ ROBERT E JR TAR RT 1 BOX",225', '
SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 RUN 3F.. RR BELL': .lt :f' ,%404.45
1030 S WATER .T" .. j AMPTON FL 32044 09241-000-I
.6FTi W 401.SFT, N 670.6F : P 0 BOX 3616 ; ; '
ti E 05.8FT TO BEG Desc STARKE FL 32091 v.,?,vv.- 04739 00300. .. .. JACKSON GA 30233 30 7S 22 NWl/4 OF NWl/4 s! 3.43 At' 'r ft1." -*10'.
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(,,ADD, 1, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL),. 33 65 22 LOT 4.:OF BLK ,,2 E 007873-000-6 70.95 21'; 7S .22 'SEl/4 OF NEl/4 E OF SR 221 ,E;X, PORT\ / LOCATE a,' FCCI..INC"5517"it ;W; fPO
BOX v
ASTWOPD, ." > '. -, 3.23AC., } 1/4 D IN CITY' ; ,; ; ;, "
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04216- -00103' ;. .. I I. ACKSONVILLE FL 32207 ; .. u
$117.98 04437: '; ,' '. HOGAN, R ,M fi 0 I. ., ",";.' .
00200 : .
006987-000-6 AT SEiCOR.tOFLOT
903 \W CYPRESS ST : 05145- -00000 VV-; -j.t008592OOQi : 13: 8S 22 COM 'I
6 ALI 007333-000-6 ", 526274 -00300
LEONARD 4988
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MCELHENNY 'I 7. BLK C RUN ..E75NQO : :
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STARKE' /FL32091! '' 1 :$431.65;
RT '4 BQX) '1016, WHITEHeAD STEVE_ L ;:v: ,.- ,, OT'7S'22 COM'' AT NE. COR se 008355- 000-1 $225.82 68.00 AC '. f ,J 3.:; *.i E122' N612 # H220 ,
32091 PO BOX, 1120 ,' .5.OO AC'SPENCER. ,
STARKE FL r. .
v 'I.OT.1'IBLK
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,sr 5U.9B'w t7.C.86TO ,
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C, SHIRLE REVATT W'A i
AT NE COR OF STARKE FLORIDA DONALD P S
31. 6S 22 COM SEI.TAXROLLI'I.
: TOE. RI IADD.L,, LEGAL
OB CONTW',523.'Z' TAR RT lBOX5759; ) '::1? > "
''NEI/4Of SW1/4 E 70.87'TO 32091 : ; -- T3 BOX. 260CSTARKE ,
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W-SR! '>ZOO jS 9.W' ON' E RW26 HAMPTON (IFL, 32044>, "', t I. '
NWL'Y R/W' SR-100A S20W 33 6S 22 COM A T SW COR OP FL 32091' ,
( ADO',L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI) '' 111 31 7S 22 S1/2 OF' NEi/4' fit. 05649-1 HOOOOO. "
ON NWLY R/M 129:13'HO.P 1 NWl/4 OF NWl/4 'C'RUN'E. 3 25 '75 22 CON SW COR', N 0092590004FCC .$"3. )e.
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leGAL SEE TAXROLL 66.09* TO E R/W OF,. HWY' 30 'J 45pOB! CON TN( 1229 *. E, 1 PORT OF SE 1/4 OF NWII'4rE''LF
.04218 .. 04-7 42- -00000 .. HWY S325 EX. PAR ,IN, NW, i. INC
.
-0030Q 1. NLY ON E ,R/W 2 701"F 96.: 19' S 986.8,3' S '38* M ; .
.
006992-000.- 1 34,304.62 ADD. L LEGAL: ,SEE, TAXROLL) ) 007815-:000-8. '1330.62. 312.$60' POB ,. COR 630'E&W BY 598 NtS fiCEGAL JACKSONVILLE PO BOX 55/7 FL '32207,
:
: ;
AC .
119.00 ADO & ;
1.50 AC Tb01700100" ', ; ; .'SEEy1; aR0141 r1 k".SE. COR' Lp
':044'Sl00200, '. '. AYER LEWISM'u"" i.8S 22 COM
FLORIDA STATtf0'v, ,; 0.08395-000-1! $62.92. '" '
" lIT fUNO'TRUSTEES' 007366-000-9,: $43.58 Rt '4:,,BOX, I38ff ; k *::20.00 AC 35148OOOOb' 'T 7 OF..BLK c"MT PLEASANTE
. 32301. SINCLAIR T ; PEGGYP STARKE, FL 3209'L *\* ", : i450.r7C1 75. 'TO POfr; N' 200' 'E 122
,. TALLAHASSEE PL : CREWS MELlON '''CLARENCE H JR ))08593-000-9. < :
': "' ;; BEG'AT',, A .P.T. 1240VoFNrcR 0 ,BOX 223 i 07 7S 22 wi/2 OF: swi/4 S P'0: 'BOX 149'' ',' '. 9.00 ACJ > > N 396.82'' N38C _73il95DD "

: OF<= '5EC'T-/DN' ,S STARKE, FL 32091 .'" W 1/2 OF SE 114. OF SWJ./"' ..& HAMPTON FL 32044''' \ 'S SOLAR CORP. .r' I' : L LEGAL: 'SEE'tAXKDLL', J )'

,, RHW't; .;r-lOQ..5.131.5. .... 33 '6S 22 COM' AT ''INt "W Ft.SRIOO ./'" W18 A OF NE1/4' OF "SWJt/4 281175;:; 22 N1/2OF 'Sll4'oFSW PO 'DRAwER 1 K' SUB ,KEYSTONE OAKS

W 210..N 361.: .Ed10' TO & 'S, LINE"'Of'"toU2'Jf' X' PAR COM ATSWCOR'SEL/4 11 it AMPTON FLA ', ; r10o936b0001

I ADO 'L LEGAl/ 'SEE' ;TAXROtLIUB' : ) SE.1/4W'S6'Zbt24"TD'p0: :; :; IADO' L LEGAL ''see TAXROLL SUB,, :"MT' ;VERNON 32044 '' ': b5649r 00700 'S9 : 56'

$ ""GUS, MAC, FASH ION ESTATE. 'B,, N 2* if ,.9,4. 04!,r.. ,W,100' "sus" ( (L; I'TTLB' }IUlLYWOUt) .' I''tf"; 31 7S 22BGMAT; IOF', : 5,I' : '' t
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RN
,I '04230-." -00040 : <(< AOOL .LEGAL SEE: TAXROLL( ) ) 0'3021'' -00201: I' ,,. INE OF NEll OF'NW1/4''S' ;''''RT Tt-t 2 BOX GIND5AY'A 925 'I.\" "
? ' ORO, RUN E63O"S598'iTO .
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51B.S5'STE4OGEANNIS 04494o 'roo 0"7700000 :: $17.13 t '
,f1 : 008405 -000-0
000-0 '
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: 007014- KEYSTONE ;
GEORGe ,A !, 007437-000-,4'F ,$x4.56. ,O079550002 $ 403.7 M ItCHELL: ,JOYCE ,ANN, M E R/W OF' CQRO.NJVLfI HGTS : .
t a BURNS' ROBERT W, ANNETTE ,' ADO L' LEGAL: SEE' TAXROLt. )'; 13,85 22 LOT 7'FF KEtSTON. .
L C '
;. SILVER''' ,SPRINGS'BLVDOCALA. EDGER trrMc: v ; d'd0$80* 118 01 ? l : EOAKST' 't : "'"' "
; .
224E' 1504 ,GEIGER Rp: 323!( HEMLOCK; HAMPTON FL:" -32044 '." SUB HAMPTON PARK05f49 :' ,,,, "

;. .. fL., 32670 SW1/1t Op SE1/4', EX' 'STARKE FL 32091. ; ', : ROSELLE PARK, ", 'J 2ji(7S'22 WLY 112 OF LOT .... +0. ..... v7_, Q5b49-A-D270' 't; \. ) oi

3:1: .65',22 IN''' SWCOR,, r S ;TtiE ,OFE : ;34,65'' 22 ',COM, NE 'COR NEl/4 01204 .. "> 2''., t'Y.ERNO.N: S'/O'' "; -< :-02500 '.. 'i*'i'i'. un',6FCC..lIN ;

" .43.2AC'' 0" SW1I4 OF" S.9EIJ4 / I/4, .. \ OF SWl/4. WLY '403. 'TO' PO ,09 '1' 'So 22 ,N" I/Z.Pf. NEt/4' ; &F" .;.; ..:..) '. ,. 008598-OOO-T.) .1(i ,"'. $64.12' Q09285-000-5" ;" t.. ,1" "' ,,' .'

", U' B,' XONT WLy ,27S,' SLY, 2.10'El'f NE 1ft OR ',126.284'SUB'TOMWDOO' 0503700800. 20.00 AC. .* < ; '1:1"\: : :. .
: PD"BOX"11'
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i '04242OOOO; "1698.09 .'.. 1j.,Vi'-" 048Q5 *00300 ."-" 4 ;"' cor.J1i'eROWtf'\: :, .' ''I ..' x' HAMPTON FL 32044 13 8S ;22 LOT 27 -'x31 I 1... ( .*EY(' $; :'

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r PO' ,BJX-. 668. I"'" ; ,;....12 ,.AC A,. w': R T\:,, .'80X,''''3-A+;1 .. '297A22: I LOT 105FT ECti1) 1-40. OF HAMPTON ,PK 05649--03600009233OOO3'" Jop4:3a1"WINN'JAMESB ; '

STARE. fLr 32091' 'HRUDF TORODE JOHN ASTARKE *. >,' STARKE' FL. ":32091 BY 80FT, N&S IN"Nt!, COR'>OF SUB HAMPTON PARK'. *' 1''h '01)Pu' .,. ,,\W'
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Hl'IM JAMES RICHARDS DONALD S KRISI I r 1'.51' AC ';. '; : : Notices ..' ADMINISTRATIONTO the claim Is contingent arunliquidated
PG D'X' 'I' '' '. : the natureof
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RT 2, BOX .360-T HILEY; BEN JR ,
:i < LYSra"\lt.'HGfS:: FL 3254 KEYSTONE HGTS fL 32656 RT,2 BOX 2192', .'; ""9 I I I1 J\k TlaINTENT',h 1 y'o.,and you are required ALL CLAIMS PERSONS'HAWING OR be the stated'uncertainty If the claim' shall I I.

I a 8S 22 tUT 37 KEVSTUNE 25 8S 22 COM AT NE COR OF MELROSE FL 32666 \ Of la serve a copy of your DEMANDS AGAINST secured the security

3 AK S SECT RUN W 456.7 fOR PCB !,. 01 9S 22 tRACT A; F"," '$ANTE TO REGISTER written, defenses the to It, If ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL shall be described. The

SUB ARADSE SMOKES S TO tAKE, WLY ALONG LA FE SHORES !tfX PORT G FICTITIOUS NAME any ODELIA on LORIANNE Petitioner OTHER PERSONS IN. claimant shall deliver

< E; 150', N TO S R/If' HkY 2W UP tINE OESC,ASf/Ottfc COM kW DAVIS, whose address is TERESTED IN THE ESTATE. sufficient copies of the .

05fe56-AO1500 ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLi AT SW COR OF .SF'S" ORTFOADD "STA FLORIDA Post Office Box 132.Brook. YOU ARE HEREBY claim to the clerk' to

009 32 2-000- $ 42". 48 I SUB GENEVA POINT ESTATES { L LEGAL SEE, TAXRULLI. COUNTYOF BRADFORD .,. Florida 32622, GIVEN that the administration enable,the clerk to mall
: >' .' on before of the one copy to each -
EASTERt ING W JR C STAFFOR MORRIS B. .WILLIAMSthereby or June 5, personal
KT 2 80X 106C 06219000100rf: >*jf1, gives( notice that 1984, and file the estate of FRANK GREEN: representative.
010256-000-1 "', $ H7i07 he. Intends original with the Clerk of deceased Case: Number All persons InterestedIn
KEYSTONE HGTS fL 3265 009696-001-2 $202.51 to registerwith this 8431CP, and File
Court either the
before estate to who a
13 THOMAS, UMCR' B & MARGARETPO the Clrk: of the Cir
8S "
22 LOT 19 PARADISE MAYHAIR J C 'I' >lFRUITLAND cuit: Court for Bradford service on the Petitioneror Number 1.359b; pending copy of this Notice of Administration
BOX 1539 \$ i
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SHORES SOF AN RT 2, BOX 75W Immediately
Uto.I-RetoR '' County, florida the (icIitIous .In the Circuit Court has been
OED PLAT03656A01700 MELROSE FL 32666 PARK FL 32731 ;nine of thereafter. Otherwise a for Bradford County mailed are required,
01 9S 22 LOTS ,2.3Nl'Z SAND- Default will be entered Florida Probate WITHIN THREE MONTHS
25 8S 22 LOTS 7C8 GENEVA PIPER .I IMPORTS and to Division
WOODS LOT 4 BLOCK 4 Oft SANTAFE engage It] business under demanded against you for the relief the address for FROM THE DATE OF THE
In the Petition.
009924-000-3 $895.21 SHORES ORl2fl-39 fy:$ that fictitious nom. with which Is Past Office BoxB FIRST PUBLICATION OF

CAMPBELL RANDALL J "C SAND 06003-A-01300 '. '1i; r' a principal place of WITNESS my hand and ., .. Starke, Florida 32091. THIS NOTICE to file any

PO BOX 110KEYSTONE 06219E01600i: ':. business of Highway 301' tt... Seal of this Court on The personal representative objection they may
009710-000-0 $44.70 010275-000-5 ...j.IZ'13:82COSTANGO North ${:tar"., Florida this the 23rd day of of the estate Is have that challenge the :
HGTS FL 32656 FAGAN JACK W C ANA Y 32O91.',1' April, 1984. CARL D, HAILE whose validity of the decedent'

13 as 22 LOT 17 Of PARAOI PO BOX 1111EVSTONE "JEANNIE''L's'? #,SCf'; ,. DUDLEY P,HARDY PA As Clerk of the Court: address I Is 802 N. Oak will the qualifications of

SE SHORES S/0 Of AN UN RE ( HGTS ft 32656 CHARLES C a's't). *::.r! \ By) John H. Jones, GILBERT BROWN Street, Starke Florida the personal representative I

C. PLAT OESC OR 110-159 25. 8S 22 LOT 13 Of GENEVA 8008 LORAIN ST *'f'"f" ,. Esquire Of Cousel By: Beulah Moody 32091 The name and address or the venue or
JACKSONVILLE FL 32208i'J' '" P.O. Drawer:: 1030 Deputy Clerk1264tchg11 of the personalr.presentatlve's Jurisdiction of the court.
0566500000 WOODS EX W 3-ACS .( 4 j ((904)964-5701) ALL
01 9S 22 LOTS 16 ,17\BLK' \ I ? ; attorney CLAIMS
009340-000.9 MO. 52 5 OF SANTA FE SHORE S ;OR 1 j' 1' Attorney for ,. are set forth DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS I
RegistrantJl194tchg510 ... .
06003A014000097U9006 .
'tAR fiN below. NOT SO FILED
USA INC 28-563 r r:*' i '' ,
RT 2 BOX 208-C $253.41 ..". All persons having WILL BE FOREVER BARRED I

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL 32656 fAGAN JACK W S ANN Y SUB SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT, 6 NOTICEOF IN THE CIRCUIT claims or demands. ,
PU 80X llllKEYSTONE i;.Iq' :: INTENTION COURT EIGHTH against the estate are Date of the first
14 as 22 A STRIP 482 FT N JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
HGTS FL 32656 062 -F-00 500 ,6..., TO REGISTER required. WITHIN THREE publication of this Noticeof
t S FLORIDA
BY f
12
T E C W ON SE 25 8S 22 tOT 14 Of GENEVA 010421-000-4 $ $7.89 FICTITIOUS! NAME IN AND FOR MONTHS FROM THE Administration: 3
C tINE BETWEEN! SECS 13 C > DATE OF THE FIRST May, 1984.
j WOODS H 3-ACS Of LOT NEOGKAFIKS INC }ya.. BRADFORD COUNTY
14 EX. R/W. ,11 'tft.t Pursuant to Section PUBLICATION OF THIS CARL D, HAILE Personal
j 1207 M MAIM CT CASE NO.84-182
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SUB LAKESIDE 865.094 Florida Statutes, NOTICE, to file with the Representative of
2
06023- -00000O097770002 GAINESVILLE FL 32lCJaf, /:: Isl
0571000100 notice hereby given CIVIL ACTIONIn clerk of the above courta ESSIE HOLLAND Dec_-
$21.65 12 9S 22 THAT PORT OP. LOTS that the! undersigned written statement of

009399-000-8 t603.57 1.75 AC 5 & 6 UNIT 6 SEMINOLE RIDGE Steve Cubbedge 1317 Re: The Marrlaoo any claim or demand ed.RICHARD E. WELTY, 954

12.00 AC NELSON CLYDERT LOCATED 'IN BRADFORDCO Blandlng ;>St., Starke, Fl PATRICK G.MICHAELS.. they may hove. Each 'N. Temple Avenue, P.O.

PERRYMAN THOMAS E' C. 2 80X 2591 BEING 40' E&W QN'N'SIDC 32091 business safe 4mder owner the, doing firm Husbandand claim must be In writing Box 995,.Starke, Florida

PATRICIART and must Indicate the 32091.(904)964)8050.) ) Attorney .
MELROSE fL 32666 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROtt name of CUBBEDGE'SREMODELING
2 BOX 270KEYSTONE basis for the for
25 8S 22 S 264 fT Of N 46 SUB SEMINOLE" lOGE'UNI! T.:'7 ft CABINET BRENDA FAMEMICHAELS name claim the Personal
and address of the Representative..
I' HGTS fL 32696 ; WifeNOTICE
'
SHOP N.
1 FT Of Wl/2 OF SWl/4 OF 1409 Temple '
23 8S 22 E 396' Of HE II. SWl/4 '; Avenue,: Starke. FL creditor or his agent or ;5/03 2tchg 5/10
Of NW1/4 EX PAR IN
I OF NE1/4 06230-G-00900 ; 32091 Intend* to OF SUIT attorney and the
NE COR 50' N C S BY 100' 010462-000-0 $127. .. 10 register :Isold fictitious NO PROPERTYTO amount claimed. If'the NOTICEOF

I ADO! L LEGAL SEE TAXROLl') RICHEY ROSS 0 : name under the claim Is not yet due, the APPLICATIONFOR

0511.00000 1227 BLANDING BLVD' ..: aforesaid,statute. : PATRICK G. dote when it will become REZONING
1603500100>> AND AMENDMENTOF
009405-C-3 424.61 JACKSONVILLE FL 32210"" Dated this 17th day ofApril. MICHAELS address 'due shall be stated, If THE '
20.00 AC Q9837-000-6 $22.72 unknown. the claim Is
1984 In Brad.
12 9S 22 LOT 9 UNIT 7.SEMINOLb contingent or LAND USE PLAN
County YOU ARE HEREBY
I LEWIS JOE EST IATHEWS SANDRA J ford ( unliquidated the natureof j

f OSCAR LEWIS > 080x274 RIDGE06230G02900 'I, ;;4/194tpd5/10 for NOTIFIED dissolution that an of action the uncertainty shall An ORDINANCE amending \
I IELROSE FL 32666 marriage be stated. If the claim Is
I 8731 SEVENTH AVE NOTICEOF has been 'filed the Comprehensive ,
JACKSONVILLE. FL 32208 25 8S 22 COM AT SE COR OF ., against you and you are secured the security Land. Use Plan Element
NW1/4 Of, "'IW1'' W 411 T 010481-000-4 124.45 INTENTION shall be described. The and Map by Bradford i
I 23 8S 22 E1/2 Of NEl/" Of REGISTER required to serve a copy
claimant shall deliver Florida
SWl/4 |0 POD,. W 111'.N 145' E BRADLEY DENNIS KUSHNER"47Z FICTITIOUS. NAME of your written defenses 'County In accordance i
sufficient
S SW1DLER PL .If It, on the plaintiffs copies of the with the localGovernment I
117', S .145 TO POB S'. any to .
claim Comprehensive
ORANGE CA 52669 ,? NOTICE: Is herebyglv.n ,attorneys whose to the clerk to '
05719- -00000 enable the clerk mall Planning Act'
I name and address laDudl.y to "
12 9S 22 LOT 29 OF) SEMI NO thai the undersigned of 1975 '
009408-000-1 $192.5 I 0603500200 P. Hardy P.A." one copy' to each personal as provided for In i
KEVANIE CORPORA.
LE S/0 UNIT 7 <" Chapter 163 of the
RIDGE '
JOHNSON WILLIAM f 009838-000-2 219.68 ., TION desiring to engageIn P.O. Drawer 1030. representative Florida Statutes..
721 .SEABROUiC PARKWAY EASTERLING W JR C STAFF ', .. business' under the fictitious Starke, Florida 32091.) All persons InterestedIn
TO All
Citizens,
Taxpayers
JACKSONVILLE FL 32211248S RT 2 BOX 1060 0271700000 ', rOme of Paul\ T. ((904)) 964-5701, and file the estate to who a ; and other Interested .!'
the original with the of this Notlc.of Administration *
Collins Co. at 428 North copy -
22 COH AT NW COR Off I KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32656 005013-000-8 $77.74? Peninsula clerk of the above styled has .been persons.
Drive
NEl/4t E 978 S 352.44 25 8S 22 COM AT SE COR OF 3.00 AC ''''t, .,t. Daytona !lB.ochr Florida, court on or before May mailed are required You and each of Youare

I FOR PUB, CONT S 75.65 NW1/4, Of NW1/4 N 131.5 PARKER aARA '": '.':r 32018 [ Intend to 31. 1984; otherwise a WITHIN 'THREE MONTHS given hereby notice and In herewith,accordance -

: E 567 MIL TO LAKE NUtVlADfl TO PUB CONT N 201.5 W 224. 1003 E BROWNLEE ST UU, register I said fictitious lodgement may'\ b. FROM THE DATE OF THE with Florida

1 L LEGAL SEE TAXROtt ) S 218' E 224 10 POB SXARKE FL 32091 >,1-1, name' with the Clerk of the entered relief against demanded you for In FIRST PUBLICATION OF'THIS Statutes that the City \

SUB PARADISE So carr.Court.o' Brad- NOTICE.'to file any Council Brooker Florida j
LAKE ACRES 226822 the complaint or' peti
4 '
ford County, Florida, objections they will conduct
may.hov. a public
0604500000 8 3A OF E% OF NE% OF SW\; OF. sm pursuant!! to the. provisions tlon.WITNESS that challenge the hearing at a regular

0572300000 009861-000-5 $10.52 EX LOT IN SE OOR 100' N &'8'tRY of '''Section 865.09. the seal of said my hand Court and validity of the decedent'swill meeting held at 7:30
FOR on
: OO9417-000-0 $477.3* LARRY 50 E&W ', Florida Sialutes. P.M. In the Town Hall
of
: ; ..' April 26, 1934.GILBERTS.. the qualifications of
RT 2 BOX 2575 I. .. The Interest of each
I 10.00 AC ., I, BROWN. the personal representative. Brooker Florida on
"MELROSE' FL 32666 I I 'party In :She business; Is. ,. the Tuesday, June 12 1984
WALKER ALFRED R JR ...' 'T ; An CJerk r>f sold Court: or venue orJurisdiction ;
12233 YELLOW BLUFF ROJACKSONVIttE 26 8S 22 BEG AT. SE COR OF' ;. J "' 'a* follow*:., KEVANIE" of the cavrfrcAll'4t to ,consider amending \ I
\ Beulah
.
J i SE1/4 Of' NE1/4 NUN N 60 *' ti. '...-.I.1..i,2. !;',' ;d.h': :i +iCri .r.1 ,:- ..Ii ',1". CORPORATION 100%,' : y 7;,,"By As: Deputy Moody Clerk, ,: 'l"..:,:,. !' : CLAIMS', the Comprehensive land .
FtA. ,10, r .. ',. p." ,t;..... ?bD.1trd\ ; ; ath;, DWanatBeachFlorida Use Plan to provide that '
*" "*'"' .t'-
''' .
W 60' S"60' E' ', 4/26 5/17 DEMANDS.AND OBJECTIONS -
32226 60 TO d'4 ?6ilf; .CS7r 7 Y: M e Yay g'1? t this 5lh 4tchg 'land currently

24 8S 22 N 200' Of li3F /" O POB j' .' ., ".'., ?, day of April'1984.KEVANIECORPOR..TlON. ....... 'NOT "SO "'FILED'Will designated by the plan

I Nl/2 Of NE1/4 SUB CYPRESS BCH : '. t; BE .FOREVER. BAR- as single family be

f _..By; ).hnE.MiII.J', NOTICEOF RED. amended and
Its president and INTENTION' Date of the firs designated as Mobile .
0572400100 06060A02600OO98370001 ; Legal Notices I DirectorJ4194tehg510 TO REGISTER publication of this Notice Home" the property of "

009419-000-2 $211.25 $799.91 : .., ... FICTITIOUS NAME [of Administration: 3 Willa McDavId described .
0000 DAN M HUGGINS BOBBY L & LIZ. M ..---. May. 1984, as follows: Lots 1.2.

RT 2 BOX 862' 1132 W BARKLEY NOTICE NOTICE Pursuant to Section CARL D, HAILS Personal 5. and 6 or Block IWardCity tt

KEYSTONE HGTS FLA ORANGE CA 92668 NOTICE OF INTENTION OF INTENTION 865.09, Florida Statute, 8presentatlve of (Brooker FL). ';
OF INTENTION TO REGISTER TO'REGISTER' ESSIE HOLLAND. Deceased. You are further given I
32656 27 8S 22 LOT 26 OF BLK A notice'Is "
hereby given, .
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME r i. NOTICE that a copy of k
24 8S 22 BEG CYPRESS BEACH SID that the undersigned ,
AT A sold
PT ON -W FICTITIOUS NAME RICHARD E. WELTY, 954 proposed ORDINANCE J
tINE. Of SE1/4 Of NE1/4 WHICH SUB EAST CYPRESS BCH : Pursuant to Section Pursuant" to; Section Ralph S. Varnum SR-18 'N.'Temple Avenue P.O. Is available for

PT IS 590.4S NW Pureuont to Section 863.09 Florida Statutes, 865.09, l'Iorldq'Statvtes., P.O. Box 244, Hampton Box 995. Starke. Florida your Inspection at the I

COR N 200 E 200 SWtV 0611000000 "' .09. Florida Statutes,, notice Is 'hereby' given notice l h1 hereby given: FL, sole owner, doing 32091. ((904)964-8050.) Office' of ,City Hall
business under the firm Brooker Florida.
ADD OO9956- 0001126.85 notice Is hereby given that the undersigned' that the undersigned, for' PersonalRepresentative. ;
t LEGAL SEE torney
TAXROtt ,
that the undersigned Charlotte L; Mersey 202 Alan HMtcheson. 1148 name of CUSTOM' INTERIORS Each and every person
SUB KEYSTONE ESTATES JUDKINS EVELYN LAW Bryan Harding and N. Thompson Street. Clark Street Starke. ,! P.O. Box 244.mpton. .. having any Interest .
!'I/m 9trkr S10'IN
I E M. ROMEttO Emory Nolan Route. 4, Stark.,, FL_ 32091 sole Florida 32091 sole -! ,FL, Intends to -... whatever In"the enact J.

0581700100 BOX 615MICANDPY Box 1320.. Stark., FL owner, doing, business owner, doing business register said fictitious THE CIRCUIT ment of this proposed

009432-000-0 $ :JZS, ] 1 fL 32607 32091 Joint owners dounder the firm name of under the firm name of name under the COURT FOR. ORDINANCE should ap- ,'

16.00 AC 35 8$ 22 COM A T NE COR Of 'Ing business under the CHARLOTTE'S COUNTRY SIFT IDEAS AND' aforesaid: statute. ..' BRADFORD COUNTY; 'pear and be heard at the l

NWl/4 RUN W 1227', S 24 firm name of LAKE CITY SALON. 2P2 N. Thompson WHOLESALE CO., 1144 Dated this 23th day of. FLORIDA time and place described. ,
KEYSTONE '
ESTATES CORP NEON SIGNS; Route 4, St., Starke. FL 32091. Clark Street.. Starke, April;. A.D.r ,1984, '' In' .' I
DIVISION
DEG W 180' S 70 DEG 35 ROBATE
I GEORGE INMAN MIN Box 1320 'Starke, FL Intends register sold Floridqfl091. Intend to Bradford County, TOWN COUNCILOF

I 2020 E SILVER SPRGS BtVOCAtA E 200' S 24.DEG W TO 32091 fntends to Ilctitlousnam.underthreglster register t laid, fictitious .5/03 4tpd 5/24 1 CASE NO.84-32-CP BROOKER .i
'FllENe
: Ft. 32670 i ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROtt: said fictitious aforesaid statute. ,name J{ under the. '. ," ; ?,: 1-3535 FLORIDA.

I 24 8S 22 BEG 750'S Of NE SUB INDIAN BEACH UNIT 1 name under the Dated this 8th dny of, aforesaid statute.Dated -,..,.. By:.llndq,Robinson
I In Re(Estate of Clerk
I aforesaid statute. May A.D, 1984;In Brad this 19th day of
COR OF NW1/4 Of Nhl/4 S 6 0617000000 Dated this 2nd day of ford County.' April. A.D., 1984, In ESSIE HOLLAND. 1tchg5IONOTICE

34' W 729 TO ELY R/W GR 010022-000-4 522.54 May; A.D. 1984 'In Bradford S/1Qtpd 5/3' Bradford;Kounty. NOTICE Deceased. '
RD N ON E R/W 681.99 County i 4/264tpd 5/)1, UNDER FICITIOUS OF I
E BIRT W A C DONNA W INTENTION !
.... LAW
I ADD L I 5/10 4tpd 331DEPARTMENT : NAME, NOTICE OF TO REGISTER s
LEGAL SEE TAXROttI ; I
2338 CHERYL OR I'....... ADMINISTRATIONTO NAME, '
IN THE CIRCUIT FICTITIOUS
;
0581901030 JACKSONVILLE'FLA. -- COURT. EIGHTH NOTICEOF TO WHOM )|r' MAY. I
'
009486-000-9 $106.14 32217 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INTENTION CONCERN. : : ALL. PERSONS HAV. Pursuant to Section ,I
1 5.00 AC 35 8S 22 LOT 9 IN INDIAN. R IN AND FOR TO REGISTER Notice Is hereby given' ING 'CLAIMS,, OR 865.09, Florida Statutes, :

CAVERtV GUY W & MARY P BEACH '.UNIT 2' I i Of BRADFORD COUNTY' FICTITIOUS I' NAME, ; that the undersigned DEMANDS 'AGAINST notice Is hereby.givsn. ; J
PO TRANSPORTATIONTRAFFIC "tr:.J', FLORIDA pursuant to the"Fkltlous. ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL 'that the undersigned. j
'DRAWER 599 06191- 00000 CASE NO.83-333 Pursuant 1tol) Section Name i Stotut.", House OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Bryan Harding, Rout 4, .

KEYSTONE HGTS fL 32656 01OOS7-OOO-9 $1,103.59'!' "REGULATIONS. *SVJ J''''*YIN 865.09 Florida' Statutes Bill No. 117?. ChapterNo. IN THE ESTATE: Box 1320. Starke? FL I ,

24 8S 22 COM" AT NE COR Of BRAGG JAMES 'RRT RE:The Mor"ogeOt notice Isj''hereby given 865.09, laws of YOU 'ARE HEREBY 320911 sole owner, doing 1;

/. Of NWl/4 S 784 TO I 2 BOX 113, NOTICE Is h.r.by JOE L.WARD! ,that th.( undersigned Florida! ,. 1941 will GIVEN ,that the, administration business under the firm i

POB E ''179.86*' S34E :386. given that the D.O.T. has Husband,..,,;....4ci Jocquely4 J!, Hill. P.O. register with the Clerk of '. of' the name' of SUN, SIGNS, I )
02' I HAWTHORN6 FL 32640 completed on ..ngin4wend r..-"Y: Box 361,:"Stork.. Florida the Circuit Court In and 'estate of ESSII Route 4,;; Box '1320. I
I W 743.65 TO C RW CO I 01 95 22 LOT 17 UNIT 3 IN01AN lAg analysis! supportingImplementation JUNE MARIE STOut' 32091 ito owner doing ,for Bradford County,. Stork., FL 32091. Intends i

C ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLt I II BEACH OR 124-12 of the WARD,Wife'S .' business(under the firm, Florida upon receipt of HOLLAND deceased to register, sold fictitious i

SUB KEYSTONE CLUB EST. SUB 80VKIN following traffic regula .fACTION. : name off J.Js DATING 'proof of publication, Case Number 8432CP.and ,name under the.. :
File Number'1-3535
recommendations; NOTICE SERVICE {P.O Box 361,, 'aforetald statute. j
0586900000 06201-A-04000 Reg. No. 2S184-3; ,' Starke. Florida 32091, In-. of, this notice, the fictitious Is pending In the Circuit Dated this 2nd day'of 1

009542-000-9 $46.94 010119000518.89' County-Bradford; Route. TO: JUNE'.MARIR! fends to register! said fictitious name to wit: Court for Bradford Courts May A.D. 1984: In Bradford S
Number, 200; location- nam..untd.rtheafenesokl : POUNDS WILLIAMS ty Florida Probate DIvU, '
i
KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP EDITH STOUT WARD; Last County. i 1
t
SANTOS FERMIN
I GEORGE INMAN Section 28010-Clty of known residence address statute. CONSTRUCTIOtf'MANAGEMENT 'flan,, .the address ,for 'i.. '.5/104ipd.31 i,
2239 N MULLIGAN Sfarke-0.226 ml. N. of : 300, lake Wood Dated this V19th day,.of which I Is Post Office Box .bTICE' i

2020 E SILVER SPRGS BtV CHICAGO IL 60639 C100A. S. to CG (SID Drive luting. L9170070. April. ."A.D.,: I9B44TIA. Under 'which .we;are B.: Starke, Florida. 32OT1f .

I OCALA'fL 32610 36 8S 22 'tOT 40 GENEVA LAKE : MP 7.200) 'U.S. 301; YOU ARE NOTIFIED Bradford. County ..nSlOg4IcI'n business.:W. The 'personal representative 1

24 8& 22 LOT 19 Of BLK ,,,15 I EST Regulation-Establish: that an- action. for I r 4/26 4tpd 5/17 expect to engage1 In ,, 'of the estate' Is' : RONALD DENMARK; '

IN K C E UNIT 1 MPH Speed Zone; Ap dissolution1 t marriage' .. \,.. business at 347 North CARL.,D. HAILE;,*whose{ has made application for
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,.straight games to win the Dixie' Boys
I j J:Invitational baseball tournament 'Ma v rlcks 4 Keystone 2 doubled to score two runs.
'., championship In' Gainesville last Jamie 'Carver and Jason Johnson1 Mavericks leading .bltt ra'' were,
: weekend scored runs. in the'first inning, then RocbucM-of-4 with a triple.aoo'two;
,I "r a tY ''. Also from Starke the Mets took second the Mavericks didnlt' marie the double. Dewgy'JWittirtsra!. \ )TG's, ancbAltib !

and the Giants third in the Dixie Scoreboard until the fourth inning Porter 2-of-4 ,
i ( : L': ; Major tournament. Alcantara was walked'then scoredon

.' ., ", In game one of the tournament the a Single by Carver making it:&o. In ,
: ,\\1 'I I Mavericks came from.a 4-1 deficit in the fifth, inning got to firllt on a hit \
't "/' .,: ;\the fourth inning to edge Gainesville-. pitch then scored on a single by'Mitch''

i )'. ".'.i; Burger King 6-5. Jason Johnson o Dm, .
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", 'tt 'Ii.4t:: Paul Akridge then singled followedby Mavericks leading hitters were
/ ,. "r. a double knock Johnson and ,,Gray l-of-3 AlcantaraH-of-S Carter ,
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I., Double. t',. 4 .1Iir ,": :r'..... ,. ., ,,,} -"bottom, of the fifth inning which Three runs were scored in the first for I less. '
Play.. ", .'M .. Friday' 'r"''I",' ? I':" ..' ';.: .I t,i preceeded a scoreless sixth and. inning, 'one each in the'sec.
Vonda Kay lIali. right "Jdeirhandii the ball to short"h'' Lady;; Tornadoes'.beat the'Pirettes"|':M for thee$:i i*'.seventh, ; inning. t 1i' 1V r A? (You'own,
Mashel "In the of the eighth inning Man- e fourth inning the Mavetfcksscored .If .Moro tbdrr
stop Brown left for the first out of a double 'Section 2 title, which qualified them for the state soft t top '
.I. ,play in the /sixth inning against Fernandina Beach last' ball tournament in Inverness starting Thursday. .Alcantara' got to first on an error tot two runs then'put' the game one car and have a
: 'J '/ ; .. ,.. i' t right field then Jamie Carver singled away in the fifth with five runs.'Those good driving record:l .
tq score Alcantara for the winning, five runs were scored with two outs'>,< The Hartford will give,
.- 1' run. Jason Hicks walked .to first then '
fr} Mavericks leading hitters were Carver'got on base on., an terror, you: a dlscpunt! Iii .

Lady Tornadoes :Head to State ,1 sAkridge 3-of-4, Blankenship ,2-of-3 Johnson was walked to load-the leases'thenAkridge'wasWalktnl your Up to auto:25f Insurance Why'pay !

,' fit;,,Jerrv' Roebuck' 2-of-4;with a,,triple. and'"OJ ;. to score' a, more than you-have

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i ;. Racking up 21-hits,'' Bradford High Catholic at 1 p.m'.. and Valerie Ilamm; singled, then Kel i protection? We
South Sumter will be into the ly Jackson grounded to short stop and ? Dixie Scoreboard '' 6ah '
: girl's softballers polished off Fernan- going outed at third; M r. Major ; 'I save you money,
dina Beach 13.4 in the Section 2, Class game with an 18-4 record. BHS Brown Vonda was Kay Hall then :'doubled to .. ; when YOU insure< two, *,
2A playoff last Friday to land a berth finished the season with an li-l |K or more cars: '
Ilamm and Marla Reddish?
: in the state Softball tournament this district mark and 17-5' In regular score ?
000 Giants 5 11 030 .10
Expos 300 3
grounded to score Jackson. Tosha-j: If yours is a: multicarfamily
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; This Is the first time a Bradford games the squad' is 24-7 ,overalls' a, Lindsey then L.isha hit Long a triple singled to score to score Reddish Lind-Ji !.f.-' ..Dodgers leading hitters, : Motley 000 200.2-ol-2' 2Expos Giant Dodgers'leading hitters: Francis'023 .020'with 07 a' \ ; 'dortlt' ,: make a '

Sports team t barring track)' has BHS record. i ,', .' .doubla. ( 't' I'"' .' ,declsloq on aujomcnblld' /
Kay'Allen tripled to score Long tol[v with a double., ,1 i : triple Hudlon'whh'o : '" '
made it to state since i Winners of the Thursday games will sey. I ( > ;) Insurance'with'
competition hitters "o'7L"'V Dodger leading hiftersr TOcker with d j
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boost the Tornadoes in front 6-0 in the J i leading :;Long ) .
when BHS lost 61.56 in the play Friday afternoon at 4. p.m. for :, .., ,' out a from usi
JrT4:) cagers; first outing. f,\ with a double !''. 't t -inS-w-.I > )t"Ii'? double long with! ; a double: \ ,quota; ,
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Kay Lady ,
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I nandina Pirettes to no in the bot-fj f I I HODGES .
pady. Tornadoes will be Thursday with 4-of-4, including a two run runs f /Astros: .' "r000i200''i'i '4'', ,
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afternoon at 3 p.m. against South } innings; BravesO10 000, 1 : Insurance
Bradford had two scoreless 100,202. .05' '
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Valerie Hamm was also one of ;
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Sumter High at the Citrus High School while the Pirettes edged in three runs J.' Attro leading hitters: Austin with o Giants leading hitters: Francis 3-of-3 .
facilities in Inverness the leading hitters with 4-of-S. to make the score 6-3 going into the,;1! double, McNeal 2-of-2. ; ".-'/ r, Wiggins 3-of.4" with two home+ rtns and o' J \r964-45,71'
The Tornadoes the first .
i In an earlier Thursday game, Lady open fourth inning. i i', Brave* l leadlna hitter: .Taylor l-of-a, ; double: H.rsey.6b4 'wlih 4 .doubled: '. v
f I Marathon'< will take, on Pensacola inning with six runs! Mashelle Brown ,. Nlchol ,T'j '; .i ':" .' .: k '
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With runners at :first''' and second, ,I lof2j'V ; ; Jenkins-of-4 .wlth tWa two'double'Collins' 'J ( RoadAuto
I I 1L 1/\/ Hall ''singled to score' Ilamm for the, v ', 3-oM.with; two triplesAstro ,-. .< ; ''< I' : Ij ( : "

only run in the,inning for either team.,;L. 0;; leading hltterls: ;.Pitcher 2-of:3, .' :r UFE MOBILE HOMES
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BHS rolled In two more runs in thefirtHlnnlng'and *I' Met .002 McNeal l with,,o homejun., t *
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: Boys Scoreboard the Pirettes one. .
Long on third and Lindsey on second .'<::1| j Mets leading hitters! Jackson with a .trl<"' ,\ "
to LOng'and 's ne, Selgmund' l-6t-2 ;"f(r' ? 540 JSCt: 15"'
R Patricia Sams singled score ; Dodger .
Mav.rickss 010 120 2 6 Bandits (OS 001 1 B Brown doubled to score Lindsey'-' :;' v.groves leadlnghltterr. McDaniel. with a- Brave 121 UO' 'T1Dodgers .

f ".Ranger.004 000 1 5 'Bulldogs .301 120 0 1 upping the score to 93. :'j.i; double, Coodowns 2-of-2. with a double, ,leading hitter;.tucker 3oM.Foster '. -- t J L.t,
I Nichols with double.Dodgers ,
# rtLMaverlcks'< leading hitters: ''Akrldge2of4 Bandits leading hitters: Douglal-of.4, After Jackson got to first base on a,' a with a double. I -e '

1 with'a double; Alcantara 2-of-3. B, Davis-of-3 with a triple. single Hall powered one to left center Braves leading hitlers: No.gelwith'l adoubleMtDoolelt THEHARTFORD; \
I i 'Rangers leadlrrghitters: Glllenwater' Bulldogs leading hltters: Douglas with a field for a home run making the score V/tth 0 trip)*.'* 1q tot. tIfcMII'lWck"'f tt5 1.
iasAt3'enWdnlobhien 'doubls.N'erJNAM9rA' H-4iTn rtVith thcitiSses loaded Long; : .,. ."i ,-, ., 312,2&0U: 1; I '..I4 :LiUN'.rs\1:i6 .40 ''''i 3t I Itfsapet .
1 2rd1AJ;; doublet Shealy.aiy!:jjlyljipys i .Jt jhj tJ ,Bulldogs, ... .',,4 |-. ,, -l 200x31107' : /jj; ,'" : 00 4'BI.IiVVO2Yia LMother's .
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I "4' ,100 I 2 dish 'to end the fhl'rin/fs/ scoring aP
I/IRing./ ; tct 102yr106r,10j ""' ,Rangers 000 with a dub I.. long with two doubles. .'
001 I 1 124. The. 1..ady :Tornadoes made a
i 'BOndll.: 000. 000, 00 Mavericks 000 Bulldogs leading hitter: Dyal 2of3with '
: t, .P Rang.rI'leadlng hitters; Barnes 3-oM Rangers leading hitter: Whltehead double,play with bi\e out' already to '
douWjj ,
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with odouble, Reddish, with a triple, with two doubles. 't ;, Day
Whitehead 2-of-2. Brown' with.0 triple, Mavericks leading hitters. Roebuck tom of the sixth inning I i- 1. ,1,, t!,t' ?
Heavner with a double 3-of-3 with a triple and double In the final inning, Hamm singled to, to.t. S "'I A803 50. ,t M 13! : "
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FOR SALE put Hamm on third, leaving runnerson >*Met leading hitters: Whitehead 2o3 i 1
first and.third. Hamm scored on a with for to,show Mom .
with 'two double*. Smith 2-of3 ajjime Looking something special-
Fresh (Yum-Yum) 3 jtar old stud hors.. Hind- Hall sacrifice to finish the scoring,, i rwnand._ triple. how special you think she is? Choose from oUr. ,

134. great selection of Hallmark{ 'ejards arid gift;>., in,!a .
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I .' ......... located e mil West of day May,29, 1934, and,, t, ,. '.' ..preftys'ceritedstationery.: '
t ?' Starke off South' side of make a recommendation. : ,S '
I ,Butler Road and East ilde ''to the Board,of County Dinner'Counhy .:
; i >'' NOTICE of Edward. Road ((100A) Commissioner and the,
I ,.' ,' In Section 30, Township 6 Board will consider' on I Main cart organize all fief<<:: : :
i 1 LAURA'A.'PARADO South,' Range :23 East. Monday, Jun'4, 1984,.at r ......: ''fresh eo;. JIaW' redpgsvvthadeco-: } 'y" r

,: 'ha" made application for Parcel 4199 for Mobile the Commissioner 'jf' ....:. Tartar Sauce ratjve recipe lbl\m.
for Home Conventional .f the Bradford
SPECIAL EXCEPTION 'or Room Whtt tarns .monVUrrtodOkra e
'HOME OCCUPATION residential.This County' ,Cfufthouse.Starke : ". ... ._ Choose from several l .
I PROFESSIONAL OF change' "In, Florida, at ))0:00;: .r. '" styles and,,designs,
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Bradford I I. ubect'' :, : : ,, t
! FICE' to -the' classification | A.M. an Ordinance. Hush Puppies 11CounttYStyW j I
t ;'County Board of Adjust. to a public hearing to beheld relating to: ," 51' .," .
i t ''men! or*property that I I., i on Tuesday.. May,, The reionlrtg' of the M' 'X -. "
I 1 'classified OR and 29. 1984 at 7:00: P.M.'lni following described prq' > ': I /' $ .99SUNDAY..ALL

11. described below i the Council Room of the perry and amending theCompreho"II."e' ,,-.ilIe", .. -......_.:..:.... j
r miles Starke Holt'ton Land :
located five City !
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i i r 'South, of' Starke and Thompson Street In Use Plan to provide that\
I Il VBllv'mile; South of Ct. Starke, Florida. At. this land currently icned OR,, j ji
iRd. 18 and Hwy 301 Inl; ,time all persons Inter I and designated by the arM
"'S.ctlon,23* Township 7 i .st.d shall.be heard 'plan'a*'Agricultural' be DAYWEPNESD4T1L :, .t.
i I \ :South. Range"21"' East for,pr against 'the! pro'posalVos reioned to Cl, anddesignated .. '1 II i e ..It, .
908Q-A-01700( to specified In the Commercial
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, 1< have! professional' office!, Zoning ,Code,,of' Brad-' .the property cl ,GUi CLOSE
I Jn 'f'p'd l County, pL.M.Galps, MILLER, described, os .
"( .> The Bradford County Director '''follows; 'Located ,one I f vM '
,I (Board of Adjustment will Bradford County Zoning milo North of'lawley' olf' AU Y iJCANaT ,. .- 4 Ji ilHt.J

t' Conduct public hearing tthg, S/10 'East side 'c)' ,Hwy ,301, Mugs are a Wnv *" ,
,! (" ',ot thelr-regular meeting ". 185'x175' (% oe.) In Se<. I -practtcaigiffthalMvUl '
Fish'.Dinner
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tlon 13. 'Township' ''5 'Coun1l1 .4
',held on Tuesday. May NOTICE ; remind he love.
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"' 1984 at ; OE APPLICATION' ,South, Rang*22: East, out' q
I 'tt{chi",.Council, / ,& Room''ifStarke "FOR RezONING of parcel "),...Q01OQ.for, ''Specially breaded country-style fish. Special. Mother's. Day* design,

I } City Moll, Thompson ,AND, AMENDMENT1' tale of new .ana],, used fillets, natural-cut french tries,: esh, $2,99MrNDAY&TUESDAY .I u,3--
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Mav,3h 1984' ,,', '." "''',' NOTICE that 'copy of .A/Vrap/ it all up'with tov -*

} -A.'hl.' .11m." ", all 'pe- An ORDINANCE amen+ aid1 propo,ed Olt.I .Offer. GcK5dFcV.Orlrjk| t will be heard ton- DINANCE Is available/ for ie
IIOnl. :ding1 me Comprehensive ;4 Hallmark convenience
ifernlng', application lane'Use Plan Element your (inspection at the of'Ji '
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Zoning and planning; Ch4y ;
., Codes, of.'BradfordCounty. County Florida In.accordance ,,6
., 'with the- local' ;HolI..Tllomp.ort';; .. I :ribbons: make your gift ,
.Gol..e, Street, Stark..,Florida 'j" extra-special! :
I t.M .Oovernmen. Camprehentlve .
e'.' Director; Planning Act of 1975 Each and every person' :2-Piece ;;IW> Dinner s : ;;
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: Going into the second week of spring back and full back positions due to fall I"q
, practice Head Bradford Football the absence of veteran full back Strong linebacker experience lies ( I

: Coach David Hume seems satisfied Oliver Tyson. Tyson is out with a'continuing with Mike Early along with weak side t wwasu '

\ i with the way things are shaping up for knee injury. Hnebadc Craig Falstreau. At the -
I the BHS grtdders. Other running backs are Tony rover position right now is Tony .1

Main goal of the squad Is to preparefor Davis and Gerald Brown. Both are Davis. "All these players give us
I returning after plenty of action last!! good experience front : 1
the May 23 spring Jamboree in some up commented v t ti ,

Palatka. BBS wilt play Interlachen season. Hurse. ,,. ,Nwt / !
and Palatka each one quarter duringthe Only one experience player is on the The defensive backfield along with I'
jamboree. offensive line. To be senior Donald the front line are the most inexperienced ;
"(tight now things are shaping up Thornton will be anchoring the line at areas of the Bradford "

r. good and then are working hard in the the tackle position. "We are going to squad The only defensive back returI 'iv"I,' I I "
hot weather, says Hurse. need to fill the holes on the line, but ning.will be Gerald Brow I" \"

we have some young players.that are < ',
: Three prospects for the quarterback looking good," says Hurse. 'We have more good players than jt> -
will also be defen- we have had in quite a while I I
: position opened by senior Thornton playing says WHurae.
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Robert Carver graduating are sive tackle along with veteran Jamie "If we can keep them all OUt : i- J

:I, sophomores Frank Long and new Whitehead. Defensive end returners and the injuries down, we should have 'i. 'I'.,. S p ;i ;

: comer Jesse McSwain. Junior kicker are Lonnie Hamilton, Barry Warren a good season. I '
: and punter John David Francis is also and Mike Chappell. Warren is out for Next week the.Telegraph' will review P' ..4:. ,,
a propect for the position spring practice due to a ration the younger players on the varsity :': .

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horn' and two doublet, Mc- New River leading hitters: Allen 3-of-S
with a one game advantage of second with a run
,CI.II"n'With: and double, with a double, GrlHIs 3-ot-S with a trip:. ,,.
place teams First Methodist. and. New a horn run Ela }, } +h'S
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New River are 52. double, Stevens with a triple, Mundorff I 400 001 2 ,>, "
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STANDINGSGraee '. Smyrna '200 023 0 7 (
Methodist leading Mtterst Stev.ils'3.of.
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I '' 8-1 : -4 with a home'run and double. Foster ,Weathering the Heat... ;

First Methodist '5-2 '" Air Pork 51< 204 3 '17 with'a. Smyrna double.leading hitters: Searle with,a V Even with high temperature. Bradford High gridcross blocking with the players.ders : ",
River 5-2 'tJr.l fora 220 100 0 OS Bits will playing in the spring Jamboree at
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double. Olive with a triple are two weeks into spring practice. tie .i.
Northside .,' 4-3 Air Park 'leading Kilters: Hamilton >;- Here.. ,Offensive Line Coach Ezra Slmpkins goes over Palatka, Friday, May 25. ::1:1j
Starke Star ,," 4-3 4-of-5 with a double. Nettle 2-of-2. 8ak.r3.of.3 ,
Star 110 Ml 7 10 ffi
3-4 with a triple; Luke 3-ol-S with two ,
Smyrna ,1 Air Perk 022 000 0 04
Air Park '" 1-6 home runs, Stars leading hitters; Shoenlng 3-of-S, *' 1
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Tuesday.. INerth.id. New River SSI 020 0 It Air Park.leading, hitter: Cain' I ; with a ETTLESardware: '

Smyrna leading hitlers: S.arl.3-of-S. T. home runtint., *. .

'000., 401 7 Davis with a triple, Norton with a double. (
9Northside New River leading hitters Barton '
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New River 042 432 IS leading :
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runs each by Matt Hull and GeneTanner Hull 3-of-4. Water 3-of-3 with a double. :
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but that still couldn't hold off a LWCI leading: hitters: Curtis and Rhoden/ LWCI leading hitter: 'Hudson 2-of-4

six run scoring spree by Teal Tile giv- with double Cox 2-of-3 Cruc.. 2-of-3 with double. ., HariF,2of3.Thursday .

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W.W. Woodchippers. 5-1 Teal Tile leading hitters Stovol 3-ol-S ,', $1899 I
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Wildcats .V'' ,2-5 1Twlns' $ :. leading .hitters: 0.._ 4-of-5, triple, Stratton l-.of-4 with a home run and '' :-' \ 20/ Off i 998 'miitSuapiin, .
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.. i,, Lawtey,leading hUtersi Robinson,2-of-3. Ollns 003 '000 ,3 ; ., Quantities Limited
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Inge Hutchison Is well know In the Clay-Bradford County area for her contInu-
ing efforts to preserve wildlife in the rapidly dwindling areas of forest here
t Inge Is show at left looking over a map of some crucial wetlands In Gold Head
State Branch Park with (left to right) Asst Park.Manager at Payees Prarie.
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by Ann. Sponholtz of the peace and coroner for the 4th numerous and she assists in making1 -CountyT.legraph. In' that article Inge wildlife. Paschal and Brenda Carr! of killed .by 'beekeeper when found

SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER District of Clay County. "Court was major decisions, some of which affect 'Avast/ described as* "amateur Keystone Heights brought Inge her pilfering beehives;: "We're probably
held right here in our living room." not just ultimately-WialAralist.and ecologist" a descrip- first 'ward ,an injured pigeon, and lucky if we have 300, (block bear) .
Thirteen ago Inge Inge said pointng! 'at the small, six the entire stateoFJotlda. ,JL stilt time has cared for .,
years,, ..., : : Uprf which heldajnie **-r'.p 1 ? since that *Inge ..at -,1( : '
5' '* Hutchison1: *,.'Workt'waa'consumed by :wooden-desii; whergrdudg ;. .lna .1 PI'PbAb1yjeslJmo n al'Ih.;' *' ; .si it Ingeirooved to the( lake region l' variety trf. birds Including a great blue: :Inge's1 roltias, a c&ervitioniat has ,_ "
the three most important people in Hutchison presided. "lr4ea residents as postmaster fLake fn>l900 she has always had aVarlety/ herron.'a. '' b\iiJtard"an even aneagl<-. broughtx, ; .
her lifd her husband Judge GrahamF. Inge has left the desk Just as it'was Geneva Post Office located on nhnals at her hill-top ranch in Lake Lagos light to save the black bear made by' the Board of Clay County"Commissioners
Hutchison, and their two sons. In on that day in 1971. Under the desk's Highway 100" east of Keyatone4. ( Geneva.,Today her animal population through revisions of the Game Comp particularly! through '
ge'* world stopped at her doorsteps.She glass top are clippings, mementoesand Heights.As includes a pony and horse; three dogs mission's rules and regulations con the efforts of board "member for
made no major decisions, and she pictures placed there by Judge customers stop by the Post Office and a barred owl named Schatzie who tinues, and her file on this fascinating: District 4j James ''Jett. Inge is a
had few responsibilities. In fact, she Hutchison. Above the desk now hangsa during the day Inge has a friendly made ,his way Into Inge's home 11 animal grows. Inge said that she has charter ember of the Clay County
had never even written a check. But large oil painting of Judge Hut hello for one and all. She seems to years ago Barter found injured at been instrumental in having regulations Advisory Committee and has helped
she was happy. She loved her family chison during his Air Force days explode with personality Her eyes Camp Blanding. Inge nursed Schatzie' passed which now require that author Clay County's first Comprehensive -
and in her role as wife and mother she painted by Inge. sparkle, her smile is 'radiant, her back to health, but his permanently each kill be reported in Baker and Plan. She also serves as
had found personal fulfillment. But the small wooden desk is the only frame is petite. But don't be fooled by injured wing made it impossible for Columbia counties where there is a Board of County Commissioner'sliason
It was 1971 then. Richard M. Nixon thing that has remained unchangedin her size because behind it is a him to be returned to the wild, so he hunting season for this subspecies. with the St. Johns Water
was in his\first term as president Inge Hutchison's life. For In the dynamite lady. has made his home on Inge's back still feels that the black bear Management District on wetlands
18-year-olds had lust been granted the dark shadow of tragedy, Inge found Inge's work outside the post office porch ever since. shod be put on the endangered issues which affect Clay County.
right to vote and Inge Hutchison was the inner courage to cross the was first brought to public attentionin Inge is licensed by the Florida species list until an accurate accoun- '
to face the greatest tragedy of her life doorsteps of her home and begin a December: 1977 when an article Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission ting of the number of bear still in existence please see...
the death of her husband. new life.Today. about Inge's fight to save the Florida 4 as well as the. US Fish and is made/ Inge said that bet
Judge Hutchison served as justice Inge's responsibilities are black;: bear appeared! In the .Bradford( Wildlife to care for sick,!: .and I Injured, ween the loss of_habitat.and. the bears Naturalist

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Bradford Fitness Run... Saturday May 12. Fun Run at 8:30: a.m., 5K ((3.1 mil.) run at 9 Experimental Aircraft Association... Th. group meet and discusses aircraft each SutW
a.m. Feet are $6 for either raco. Register at the Bradford Hospital Center for Health'and day at 4:30: p.m. at Kenn-AIre on the north side of th. Gainesville Regional Airport.
Fltnesf 922 Call St,_?. Thursday, Friday or 7:30.8:30 a.m. Saturday the day of the. raco. Airplane buff welcome. Call 377-5822 for information. y

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Museum and Student Art Show... Lake Butler,Middl. School student will loin a (tingling Aerobic Classes ore being offered In Lake Butler on Monday and Thursday afternoon rn

Museum traveling exhibit of art dealing with mythological. subject In an art show. the 'at 4:30 p.m. In room 136B at Union County High School. Morning classe begin Wednesday
week of May 14-18 at LBMS.. Jun.. 13 at 9IX: a.m.. Call 964-5078 for; Information. ;< ,.- ,'" "I,
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4 needs volunteer fo "help set up and run the booth.. Anyone Interested please toll M.. each month; at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church In'Keystone. ; .:,' .
i .Clemens at 473-264S or Dr. Wood at 4 3.7291. \n\"i"\
Keystone H.Igh" Boy Scout Troop 10S meets at I<.".ton.'. United Methodist Church ,

[ Church Annual'Educational Shrine .um.Building...... Sale... May. 3, 4, and S at Keystone Height Community each Tuesday night from 7:30.9 e."' '> 'v.I ;*' '.+A.1,> MO\\OCr.O', \\ 981'! '

Item to be submitted may be brought to the. educational building Thursday/May 3. Trinity Episcopal Church... Meeting held each week In he Porrish Houie Include Fayne Bateman. '
Proceeds will be used to support the shrine hospitols.IM.reg.ncy Boy Seoul Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7'p.m. ... ''xuVUi.; T.'\ .,;.*',?. '-.h; -
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noon ot the Western Council Meeting.Steer In Stark... The Interagency' council meeting will be held May' 10 at Girl Brownies Scout meet m..t Monday Monday al at 3 3 p.m.ct.m.f:t S:', ". -f. ?, i.' Shriners ,Annual. l. Parade. ,.

| Boy's Chorister meet Wednesday night ol 7 p.m. ,'H, 4 '

i Swennee River Authority..; will/ meet that the!Western Steer In Starka Thursday;;May 10' ,. t, ,\ 'I... '
12 with lunch followed tlie Square Dancing..'. Beginning in May square dancing will be held the second and fourthThundays / '
beginning at p.m. by general meeting. The public I I. Invited SettMay'l/2. : ,
t 5 of each month ot 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodg. in Storke;corner of Call and .
55 5 5 Orange St. Caller I. Jim Duncan.: Visitor S _
welcome. Mainstream dancing' "
Bird and Wlldllower Ixpeditton... The Alochua Audubon Society-sponsored trip to : 4. -V 5 -
; 'khetucknm Spring State Park meet Saturday at 8 a.m. In the parking lot at the! north On'SaI'ArdaYl May' 12, Starke will chased Lewis says from,that tickets'Shriner'may In advanceor be pus
: once ,, again taKe 'on a carnival atmosphere any
: entrance. Call 372-481 for Information. ; Have.. announcement... Get It In to us by y." Mondays/ 3 p.m.; and we can put l"' 'In the' l filth/ clowns; .. funny: cars, availableJ at the doof:Take-out* -f trays will be .-

Weh DUney1* JMagM Kingdom OIl Ice... with Olympic medal winner Linda Frotlonne Colander, local' events, church gatherings'special! speakers or raw groups organizing! motorcycle daredevils and the j from dinner sales
Coliseum. Performance ; will be Included We must ask that them concise o* possible '. famous .Starket.Surreys! and All profits; go
Tuesday through Sunday May 13 ot the Jacksonville art tonight .on request. you keep as .. { :
555 55' M474J., e1m41.A SrWheelers/ of local Shrinerswho directly to .Morocco Temple to be
at 7:30 p.m..frlday at 10:30 a.m. and 730; p.m..Saturday. May 12 at noon,3:30: and 7:30: : a group "needed.' Several.
where :
; drive of 1901 distributed!
and 5 replicas
and Sunday. May 13 at 1:30 p.m. '
: p.m.Tkkel.oll( awls reerved> are So: $7 and $8. Call 1-633-2900 for Information. *>Conc.rts ,,,;' ,? W; ,< '- Oldsmobiles and 'Kawasaki three children and'teenager-in have received the brit(J:
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\ hold a meeting May 7 for the now joint member t .38 Specie Eddie- Money.!. Sunday May 27 at Jacksonville's Celisym",Tickets are;: format 10 ..m/' at Bradford Square (hospitals and some money them''

.\ On May 17; Mr*. Kings 3rd grade class will present "A Year of Poem" for i lha PFAgeneral I Ii si2.5o. \ <; .*,., .-jv}l". : .; ""\ /!;'' ., ;i ,*'JI \r"l\ and start promptly at 10:30 a.m.*will and|I. used their to pay. tranaportation K8.,.k. lodging for and
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mooting which begins at 7 p.m. In the KES cofetorlum.. "If ;proceed up its traditional path, meat
,r On Jun l", Ivneb wilt be served I by the elementary school teachers for: PFA board Plane Recttal.. Kristin Blashlleld! pt..n.. work by Bach, ...thov...., Debussy and along: U.Siul; ; w' the'Stare JMementrySchool meals MemtMiV; and of the ell,medical Burke Shrine atten,
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y other tonight at 8 at the Thomas Canter HE (3742197)Maynard ) :
( _...ben. '/ fir p.m. Gainesville:302: 6th AyeJ( their time and
I Cluh.gladlyt'4denate
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j j: aHI Bawd! Omeart... 'Friday May 18 at B p.m.'In the!' BHS. auditorium..The' BHS An* I," ..Ferguson.' .. unday, May'13", '' ot, Tampa Theatre. at 8" p.m.Tickets are ").1.50. ,\ be served from 11:30 a.m.-to 2p.nt energyto. ; raising?," 'money for tcause. great
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Bond will be included;' ". j.'fr. I : at the Starke Elementary School trait
I I Ii' Billy Wol. Sunday, 13 at Tamp's'jal-Alal W.dnsdpy Any local .wishing to par'tlcipate
... -3 :;: May Fronton, ; a 16 In Orion' cafeteria,for a donation cf 13.50per'
; ;' ". : 'p.1 ".' do', Bob Carr Center. Tkkets and ) In this year's parade can doM
( or.. l $13.90. its s HT ">{' '. Buddy
; A Welghtwatefcer Club._,., I Is being held In Stork on Monday nlght* at 6:30: p.m, Call'' .., ,:.3O \ pyton3 ;"prone: (clxairman: by caUing 981.791, 'f a.ni, to.p.m.;'

US for Information. .. :'n 1. ,' Might HsmaV... Tuesday krr; 'tin J 'W. ." 984-8896 after 8 p.m'
! :" Peggy Reglitaraf 0', )'t'2f4, ; ; IS < .Mdoy'.M. Y')6) .t (M Tampa ,a' t.t"F .: "a ""
0., :.,1''' ::; i I' ( I 1 Theatre. ore ; 4 i' ; \ Tickets, .S10.9O r d. ", 'Wjjfyjsfi\! $ '. r .J -jM *1 'f f
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.1 tiitm 3.e*... 'wilt{' be held Monday and Thursday night in the Keystone Height* High Center .;..... HimOMr.;...Jocksonvtile Coliseum: and Civic Audleorhim <*99OOt: :r : IItM
i School cadet... Juntoclasies' will be held from 6:30: p.m.-7:30 p.m. and senior'cles. .*' Florida Theatre. T- S$-2787t Ploysjround.South .|.724- 500j Orlando Bob Carr Center School Board sets public auction

') from 7:30 V.M: -.':30 p.m., Call m-3964 for more information. 305-B43.atir: ; Civ*' Ccrnr l-9BS-?f 6.9e9B;'' lakeland Ovkt Centw and Thsotre... r

Ii, '-813.606.71Z61ollahessN; :Ovlo .Canter, .|.9 AeroUc raises ore being offered Monday and Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. 4.,.m. and '.ll -223-81. CvrtlM Hlxon HoirrlU3238SI( / |, USF Sun Com 1.113.911.3111': Sfo Siark will'hayv pobHc; 0ato and Streak !>s
l 7-30 P-neat ond'on Tuesdays and Thursday ot 9:30 p.m. at the Keystone Height" Petersburg I I'I '- Baylrenl Center..,, \.1.7251:00y'-O:: each abooV'Audito n. T ,auction on Sat.;M r 19 beglmtrng at

''I I << ,Woman'.Cjute. Cart(( -3111 for further_Information.s _.. ; :,'. _. .1.1.t 140/-:252.Oe211! Cocoa leach ......*y'. J-305.784-l4M.! .. ''' 1.1 t 1.- 8:30. : a.m.'Ilse \ Milk Bk
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The Originator of Cedar River ".
Senator Bill Grant recently sponsored three young people Grant Gary Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Gore of Mac-
to serve as a page for the 1984 Legislative Session. clenny and Stephanie Brown, daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. Seafood Restaurant and all Blackboard's Family
Pictured from left to right are: Lenore Welly daughter Wayne Brown of Jasper.
_of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Welty of Starke. Senator BillNaturalist UniqueLevolor Seafood Restaurants.... and we are determined to

qualiiy. make this one "Blackboard's Catfish Kitchen" one of
room. This will be an ongoing award One of Inge's priorities recently: IU& One inchaluminum ,
and will be made to an outstanding been her proposal on several occasions slat the best....
more.. Clay County citizen each year. to have the 904 acres of land ad- I
The commissioners also presentedInge jacent to Gold Head Branch State elnthe Try 'If Then Tell Me.. .
with a painting and a gold-sealed Park in Keystone Heights become apart ,
from page IAccording document signed by Dale Wilson, of the Land Acquisition Proposal N All hardware Find'* .
to Mr.Jett She(Inge) chairman of the Board of County by the state of Florida and be included included. Easy Convenient Easy to
has really helped me out.She's one of Commissioners,as well as James Jett into the park boundaries. "This to install. ':
the most effective representatives and the other commissioners. property is ,so important to the 5406 State ,Road 218 ': : ;
The document says in part that Inge wetlands of Gold Head," Inge said Available In all popular sizes.
that we could have on the boards we
have." was honored as an, "outstandingcitizen after a recent tour of this area with a Just measure the width and 6'/ mi. E of US 301 6'/ mi. W ,of Middleburg:,

On April 24, Inge was honored by contributing greatly of her state officials length ol'your window 'frames. Formerly! Uncle AI's BBQ
the entire Board of Clay County Commissioners time to strive to make Clay County a And so Inge Hutchison continues to It's as easy as that.
as Clay County's leading better place to live. The board wishesto strive to make Clay County a better
environmentalist. A plaque with commend Inge for her unselfish place in which to live. She continuesto Bryan'sAce FEATURIIiGSeafood
Inge's name engraved it now and patriotic service to her community be the voice of the lake region in en- Hardware
hangs in the commissioner's board and county." vironmental affairs a voice loudly Steak Bar-B-Q Chicken
heard and highly respected. 'I -
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. Land Sales Recorded in Bradford County ;J 473-4006 Keystone& Nightingale HeightsTh. Hon. Thurs. 6 am to 9 pm Fri. 1 Sal. 6 am to,.11 pm ,',+:
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'''' beat mod BUnch Sunday am pm
Land sales recorded for the past Theresa to Billy Joe Sanford for Si'Homer L. Tew, Sr. for $39,700.::',' by Levolor. DINE-IN 282-7071 TAKE-ODT
two weeks In Bradford County include $18,000. Frances Si Cecil R. Whitehead; a
the following transactions. The James L. Evelyn T. Womack lot parcel of land on US-301 at CR-225 in
largest purchase was by I. E. Dupont 28 of Forest Heights to David E. Tew Lawtey to D. L. Shuford for $23,000.
Nemours tt Co., two parcels of land ,
off CR-225 southeast of,Lawtey from -------- e .-'
Valine Caldwell for 60,000 and from
Roscoe S. Si Eleanor L. Norton for
$85,000. Sfarke Family Planning ClinicTubal
Terry A. & Vicki W. Gaines sold a -
parcel of land on CR-225A in
woodlawn to James E. & Donna J.' Ligation (Tubes tied) & Vasectomies. Mother's Day
Cox for 44000. 1
Jean Dinkins sold a parcel of land Mi 11f1'f e :i t21 f1e..sJ kt'.,No'abortions'. 'perforniGAS 1 Sunday ,,
Smokerise, adjacent Ma 'Xakcvlew"1 .r ,
a Subdivision to"Joseph M. AfcGinnis -.9646500. :; A May 13t
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for$7,800. 00-' .. ... .
Lucille E. & Joseph R. Fashbaugh '
and Celsus C. & Elsie May Pennell \
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sold a parcel of land on US-301 near
$15,000.Hampton Lake to Carl Hurst for :

David S McCampbell a'parcel of & APPLIANCES
land on US-301 near Morgan Rd. to
Randy E Si Lori A. Thompson for "
$18,000. MOTHER'S '" Each .
George L& Iris I.Kersey land west 1 ofI
of Heilbrun Springs to Sun Hay Ngin SALE Y T '
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McMeekin Land Developers sold lot I

13 of Whispering Pines Estates,unit Ito Mom Didn't Forget Don't You Forget Her Jelin 3 :)

$2,800.Richard E. Si Terry F. Barrick for -- --...- iti lllf ._ii % Ladles' .. '

John C. b Norma J. McGovern sold _. ... ..M.--' Summer'j't ,!
lot 3 of block C,Seminole Ridge,unit : FREE CORSAGE 'j
to Anderson Si Sharon L. Harris for Tops AndBottoms _
$78,800. with any major appliance 29 ; ,
Andrea K. Mundorff a parcel of I'
land in block 4 of City Park Subdivision < ,& or Color TV purchase 2 Assortment of ladles' I
to Moustapha Si Paulette E. El-, t!
solid or striped tops
Pack
Souessi for
$40,000. with fashion sleeves
Thomas G.Si Marion B.Ritch sold a
and necklines. Cotton
parcel of land in block 20 of the RCA
or linen shorts with
Original Town of Starke to Freeman Coca-Cola Special
Register, HI for$21,500. -- COLOR TVCharrsleok Choice of six pack Coke, Diet elastic waist, zip fronts
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Mark Si Elaine Olin an acre of landon Coke or Sprite In 12 ounce cans.and side snaps. $.M.L
Pleasant Grove Road to THelma Digital Sean
Goodwins for Remote Control and !
$3,800. malt ,
M. E. St Cecelia B. Cribbs sold 3',!5 RCA land noels tanlng.127chaiinsl : nn'1I : : I
acres off of Grin'is Loop southeast of .
Starke to Clarence E. Lee for$7,000. CoI, rrrak ,, multi-band _
Kenneth Teal sold an acre of land t lining system. QUAKER Qt.
off of US-301 just north of Morgan Rd. ? ding i
to Roscoe S. Si Eleanor L. Norton for STATE 'Quaker "

$4,000. I $238 p_ State 1 .
L. K. Si May Belle Whitehead C. '
Scott Whitehead Si Steve Whiteheadsold Deluxe

a acre of land in the same area to _. 00 1.15. ,' 4ftftRegularly
Roscoe S. Si Eleanor L. Norton for Deluxe 10W40
$4,500. Beautiful Consoles 10" to 45", Color TVs motor oil.

William R. &Elmo G.Alderman an .,,,,,,, ?.. / Limit 5 quarts.
? Baby DollGowns
acre of land on Meng Dairy Rd. Just
east of Hampton to M. Anne Haynesfor Litton I j
$3,000.week '
Microwave Oven $ Ladles'look nylon satin f%'4 'i
of April 27
Carl F. & Bonnie W. Davis sold a .Saves apses In your kitchen 1 : gowns wimp '
parcel of land on CR-235 north of beeans its eempaetBees Box bikini COfTipa re I,
Brooker to A. S. Green for $45,000. almost aejwbereenwall Ounce Sizes S.M.I. At,7.99.
Tommy H. Si Frances T. O'Steen a 65 I
parcel of land on CR-225 two mile i' en a shelf. ,in Arm And *' ;c
west of'CR-229 to Charles Wayne a eerner. HammerRegutart1.39. 'SummerShoes i
Green for R 5'
$35,000. : For
Jack Courtnay Assocfateslnc. a Working Mlom'sSpecial HEJ9/YDVTY :
parcel of land in Hidden Hills III to Heavy dutydetergent. DETERGENT k Pr. the Family
Daniel M., Jr. Si Margaret M. Pater Men's mesh casuals, men's and 1
for$12,000. limit 2 boaces, boys'basketball oxfords or casual
Keystone Developers of Bradford 3198 Uad.I 1435 canvas shoes for the family.
Inc. a parcel of land !- *
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Club Estates to Clarie L. for t
$9,000. trraesanmm 99

4 'acres George near It Pleasant Anna Marie Grove.Frarier to Johnny two, 50% Off Microwave Acessories : 31 ipry 3 9

Si: Elizabeth. Joyce Covington for ; i
12500. AND OMKMfKSAH 4.75: Oz.PalmoKve.' Knee Hi's, Ladies''
Larry 0:fc:Linda N.Roberts V acre ;
on CR-229 west of Heilbron Springs to Microwaves Sate Priced Briefs Or Summer
Virginia p,Randolph for$4.000.4," ;t; Bar Soap BikinisLadles'sandal Handbags
Dr.St Mrs.Samt lot 17 of Gulf View :, rtv 39'
,Subdivision to Spyros D.''St Lavon '\ asasat ,- lac" Bath sire foot or dM*.rt [Straw/,oanvcwkaffca otutch I
Drivas for$9,500 ,,' '" ... deodorant bar t size knees firs
William D.,Jr. *.: Robin Langston a, lOOp Limit 3. or brief and shoulder:
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parcel of land on Fonythe Raod to bikinis,6 to 12 I
Thomas P.Gross for$15,000., ,
James..W>Jt Johnnie Sue,Hulsey Slor. "' 1
sold V*'acres on Sit-ieuitist north of 332 W. Madison. :-'Starke''964-7701 'x 1IMow wk.ne. u a _0i South Ws lnut 9frt 1
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I ByMarkFrledlln "It was a big suprise\ (or me to win a all truces of tissue; cartilage and
BCT Staff Writer ribbon at that show," Alvin said. "I small bones.A .
''I itAlvin Stanley may not have been in knew then that spending 18 months In form must then be prepared, a
,i.the taxidermy field for very long,but school had been worthwhile because foam mold which holds the shape of
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the Crystal Lake resident is already there was some tough competition in the animal intact under the hide.
,"making a big splash among his peers. that contest." Alvin preserves the hides carefully,
lai 'K Alvin, a former student at Keystone There were taxidermists from then places the glass eyes in the form.
ti : Heights High School, attended a tax- more than, 35 states, entered in the Choosing the eyes can be harder than
!I'", 'idermy college in Roxboro, North competition Alvin won his third place one might expect, as there are a
\ Carolina during the past 16 months, ribbon in the big game professional variety of different sizes, available
; '" ,but; says he was working part-time division. There were over: 273 contestants and all animals have, differing shapes
'" i' ", .with the craft long before he decided both amateurs and proffes- as well as colors
" ,' "' to.enter Into the business as a serious slonal taxidermists, Who attended the
"That was one area that I really
profession. three day course and competition.Alvin .
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benefited in when I attended the tax-
,," I't;:** ? ,'t"I, was always Interested in workting time, and plans devotes each quite mount a few one hours at to a, idermy, school," Alvin says. "It's ,
: :1;'i with mounts : ".; rand' prepared animal exhibits>)>, for his ,customers, is foremost in his shape for each animal. poorly mat-
ai : : especially right after hunting mind. ched set of eyes can spoil an otherwise -
,. .. /season' ," Alvin says. "I was "Hunters. and, fishermen have a fine mount,"
; .,- .:fascinated with it but I really didn't special feeling of pride when they Alvin prepares the horns
., know all there was to know about it care enough about something they've themselves by fitting theminto the top
until I went to taxidermy school. I had taken to bring it in to have mounted," of the form then sews the hide around
','an excellent professor there arid I've Alvin says, "I know because I've the mold, getting a tight fit to ensure a
I ) ','learned that there is a lot more to it hunted quite a bit myself,'It's a mix natural, lifelike look In the finished,
: : than I had thought Some .techniques ture of pride in your own skill as well product.
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'I, Without expert instruction.' to show the animals aa closely; as Alvin' keeps dome of his earliest
possible to the way they,,would appear, creations on hand to show visitors the
", e ,M''l:; e improved so much that by the in their:natural settings" difference between them and the
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mounts he has for
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;! Mini-Course on April 26-28,in Alvin follows ; '
' ;) carefully> a series of list of customers.
,:'j .t. t, ..'RoxborQ, 'he had;! progressed enough steps it)each project he takes on, aided "'There's a big difference, thanks to
,; .; to earn a third place ribbon at the end now by the experience he has the "
"'J picked !. college, Alvin said. "It gives youa
I'10"fjJ, ,,'of the course show which anually atlitraets up at the taxh.termy'schoo1.;, : real feeling of accomplishment to
; : r many of the most talented The animal carcass is firptskinned,, give someone a lasting memory like
students from all over the country. then completely.fleshed i out to remove' one of these mounts" .
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',H" ., Police MemorialDay,Set:May 15 I
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,, police officers were killed in the Museum and Hall of Fame h\ the cityof Gerald S. Arenberg, emphasizes' that
'line of duty, Forty, thousand were North Pprt, Sarasota County, the American Police Museum and
.l r ''seriously Injured. Yet few people Florida, where, the name of each officer Hall of Fame in Sarasota is "the only
realize the sacrifice both the police,, who dies in ,line..of, duty in national memorial for all law enforce-
and their families make each time an 1983 will .be;read during a national ment officers; every state and com
,/'officer answers a call. To honor the ceremony ;and service. 'Throughout munity Which has lost an officer, action -
!amen and women who lost their lives 'the year"an: eternal flame and .an is represented here."
'" : protecting their communities from honor guard pay special tribute to the John Steven Dennard, correctional
; crime, May 15 'has been declared memory of the slain police officer officer who was killed at UCI May,5,
f.. .Police.Memorial# Day by presidential Each name and department,are kepton 1983, will be included with those from
., ''proclamation. record 'at the, American,, Police the state of Florida at the memorial,
f I :( TaxiderjnJst'at W rk'..,, .....:'A; special'\ program! ,, has _been Museum:and Hall of" Fame, _!, .,' ',service. '
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i Crystal Lake resident Alvin. Stanley lias expanded his :graduat/ng'wlth/ honors from a.special" taxidermy school. In,
[ new.taxldermey, business! Into,a fulltlme profession alter: North Carolina,
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following towns on May [
, assistant will be available to listen to 'of Florida..
,,',: problems with federal agencies and to \ Certified
II receive comments ,on- legislation I, >: :, '.. >" '.' :. .1

.,: before Congress 1 ,' -I." i;.. r' tf4.. (> 533-2854' 268-7145, : .
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" i$6\ to t.: jfn"the/district as;often as I ,J;. 'i ;; 22 Yea" : edotte 1r
. would.l,teliC.nijr'!Ue I urge'sti :nifasl8tan\oT people to :come their,bjLshd ,J t8 'h"ltri"sue !I'I' i I!!'_' : ,aln5 orN ,nt,4trjvaok: oI rngitrrvit

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do everything' possible to < be ;'ofassistance. FamousLove
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4' Lulu, Post Office, 9-0:30: a.m.; Lake Jftt Chests
,': Butler Courthouse, 10-11:00: a.m.; j .
,,, Raiford, Post Office U:30: W noon; I I ;- '. by ,
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Starke at the Courthouse from :2 to 3' : .
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The annual Bradford High School- couples as well as candid shots and Suspended above the dance floor' stream of current, popular dancing ,. 'Py 1
Prom was a big success for Juniors refreshments were enjoyed by was a mirrored glass sphere whteh, music. 1'i
and seniors who attended the colorful everyone.Decorations. filled the entire room with whirling Catering the affair were prom .. 'i'iI i
event held Saturday,May Sat the new for this year's prom flashes of colored and white light;' servers: Teresa Richardson,Monica r 1 11t I
National Guard Armory In Starke. were provided by Junior class sponsor reflecting off the dancers. Maszlowskl, Sharon McCutcheon,
The prom began promptly at 8 p.m. Mrs. Olivia Scott, Junior class presi- The light cast shadows over blue Libby Davis, Donna Wolf, Tricia ,
and ended at 1 a.m. with a packed dent Rhonda Sapp and several and silver streamers which were Lawson, and Michelle Sexton.. Multi t
house according to several in atten- dedicated lunior class members.At draped from puffy white parachutecloud colored sequined tops, white shorts, 'f kw
dance. suspended over the dance floor, and black hose and shoes was the
8 p.m. the doors opened to the, f uniform attire for each server. !. I Iii
Several events were scheduled for 'World of Romance'. "Puttin on the The color scheme was carried;' No prom could ever be complete { .
the evening and proved! to be very Kits"was the central theme and serve throughout the various decorations. without the help and supervision of .Vk
popular for all those who attended. ed to Inspire all the decorations. New Serving tables were adorned with the parents, and other volunteers.
These Included dancing to a live band York scenery,included a large muralof blue linen cloths, and blue and silverballoons They include Ms. Mary Parks, Mr.
which was vastly improved over last Manhattan s famous Brooklyn Bay were used as centerpieces.Even and Mrs.Gene Norman,Mr.and Mrs
year's act. Bridge, gorgeous greenery skirtingthe the walls depicted a New York Eldon Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
A new tradition began at this years lavish champagne fountain, and skyline Scott,Mr. andMrs.RipO'SteenMrs.
crowning a King and Queen. to appropriately top off the decor, a Theme song "Time Will Reveal" .Cheryl Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Edward
prom Angel Folsom was crowned as this swath of plush crimson red carpet certainly captured the anticipationfelt Crews, Mr. and Mrs. John
year's Queen and David Young Is the rolling over a white wrought iron by everyone. Smith Mr Hersey and staff of the Ar-
reigning King.Pictures bridge led the prom couples'to the The band "Gina Crute and Tasty"was mory, Mr. James Wainwright and I
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BUS'S Prom was described as one of the most colorful as he gets ready for Use big event while Mikje! Christina ,
last dances with Sclina CassclsCabove Enjoying: .tke Blght &
Guard Saturday
PLYMOUTH
I events ever in the National Armory
night in Starke. festlvttiesabove, right) are: Kim Brown, Billy Jafeksou;. I ? .
) Diane Woods Keith Gillingham sad Diana en.forQ ,01+ + -
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"He who has beg n his task Make the right decisionon : Home of America's Best ", .

has half done It." Horace a central cooing t :, Built, Best Backed Cars & MME 4x4 ; .

system or a heat .... Trucks Built in America..
'jof' y Large rids RY Urns, 11.5 wid."chr m. rim.,

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City of Starke plea to grand.theft in connection with Bond for the charges was set at ITS' '{-V- was'arrested May S for driving while recognizance.James Michael C. Douglas, a sub e.
Faces Civil Suit auto accessories ,stolen for Heath's Hall was released after a cash bondwas license suspended, according to tor for 0--P was arrested last I y
Auto Service In. Lawtey on July 2,' posted :, Patrolman Groves. Arthur Alvarez, 30, of Lake by Union County deputies of be
Jury selection will begin Monday, 1983. Bond for the charge was set at$200. Butler was arrested May a and charged was followed to Raiford By Clay
k May i., for rS?* C.lvil suit of Thornton 15 Stephen Douglas Seymour of Rhoden was released after a surety with driving while Intoxicated and County deputies, who were keejing[
i, versus the City Starke. Arrests For Delray Beach was arrested May and ";: bond was posted. driving while license suspended, according him under surveillance. The load of
h Alton and Evelyn Thornton are su- Traffic ViolationsLocal charged with'' driving while I.ntoxt.r: to Lt. Tillotson. timber he was hauling was supposedto
't Inl the city' for suffering, pain, icated and refusing to sign citation, Robert Lee Whitman of Starke was Alvarez's blood alcohol content was be taken to the G-P location to
disability and loss of earnings be suf- authorities were kept busy according to Patrolman Dwight arrested .May 5 and charged with .IS percent.Bond Hawthorne, said Clay County In-
fared as a result of an accident during the past week with fifteen arrests Groves. driving while intoxicated, according for the charges was set at vestigator Bob Aired. "Instead,
' August 5, 1981. Thornton alledgedly being made for traffic violations Bond for the charge was set at$325.. to Trooper Langston. $300. Alvarez was released on his own Douglas was selling it to another
tripped on the sidewalk In front of the in Bradford County. Seymour was released after a cash Whitman was stopped on SR-lfl two recognizance. mill," said Aired.
fell on his right arm,fray Winford bond was posted. miles east of Starke,his blood alcohol Douglas was subcontracted by the
turing his right elbow and wrist. Ashley Hewlett, 37, of content was .15 percent. Ronald Edward Williams of. wood-products firm to cut down:
Damages are In excess ot $ ,OOQ as Suwanee and County with was arrested while May 7 Richard Eugene Clark,42,of Starke Bond for the charge was set at'$300*. Raiford was arrested May 5 and cypress trees in a Green Cove Springs.
.listed. In the law suit icated charged, driving intox- was arrested May 5 and charged with Whitman was released after a surety Charged with driving while intox tract along Bayard Road.
I Roberts.according to Trooper D. C. driving under the influence, accor- bond was posted. icated, according to Trooper Douglas and another'man, Harvel
'Starke Man Injures Hewlett's blood alcohol content ding to Corporal Goodner. Langston. Wells,were charged with grand theft,
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" Clark's blood alcohol content was Dr John Allen Gross of Mt. Plea- Williams was stopped on SR-100 two Aired said. The load they were
,; :Feet In Accident; .11 percent. Bond for the charge was .20 percent. sant,, S. C. was arrested May 5 and mile west of Starke,his blood alcohol transporting was valued at$1,000,but
''j' A 80-year-old Starke'' his set at $300. .Hewlett was released on Bond for the charge was set at 300. charged with driving under influence, content was .14 percent. Aired said Douglas said he had taken,
w were crushed man's feet own recognizance. Clark was released after a surety I according to Lt. William Tillotson.. Bond for the charge was set at$300. five loads to Sapp's Sawmill inRaiford.
Saturday when logs fell bond was posted. Gross was stopped on US-301 at 9 Williams was releassed after a surety .
on him while he was Percy Sonny Moody,39,of Bradford
working. Bond for the charge set at bond was posted.
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logs Walter W.Rhoden of Starke was arrested 300. Gross released his and
was on own Douglas Wells were returned to'
in.a wooded area Pine charged with driving under influence
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+ Forest Apartment when he slipped off and no.valid driver license,according; May charged recognizance. heft, County on charges of grand
the back of a loader onto to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. ing while license suspended,. according 2 Union County Men
some logs to Trooper W. D. < Conine Davis Jenkins, 33, of Lake Douglas was released after
Langston. a $3,000
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and more logs fell on top of his feet, Moody was stopped on For
1 crushing them and pinning him down, a.m. Bond for the charges was set at Bond for the charge was set at$200. Butler was arrested May 6 and charged surety bond was posted. Wells was
According to Captain Scotty Rhoden. $350. Moody was released after a Rhoden was released after a surety' with driving while license revoked, Two Union County men have been released after a $1,500 surety bond
bond bond wasposted. according to Patrolman Groves, arrested for selling timber owned by was posted. '
was freed by the work surety was posted.
tWho iChagnon. cut the logs with chain crew Bond for the charge was set at$200, Georgia-Pacifie Corp." to a private Douglas Is a member of the Union
p Rescue 60 took Chagnon to saws.Brad Robert Glen Ward,56,of Waldo was, Robert Jerome Jeffera, of Starke Jenkins was released on her own sawmill and pocketing the profit. County Development Authority.

V"i ':ford Hospital Hospital for treatment then to Alachua, according General to driving arrested under April influence 26 and charged and no valid with -" ,- ou_ -. ---- ------.- -.-.._.__._-_.._"---....._ .

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; Williams.Bond for the charge was set at$350. [ thimn'sMarkei I IU.S.
Man Gets Ward was. released after a surety
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:,Probation in Sex Abuse
David Kenneth of Starke
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A 72-year-old Starke man charged was arrested May 4 and charged with '
With having sexual Intercourse witl 301 South : 964-6071
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an years unmarried old received female 10 years, less probationIn thatn 18 Wilkinson.tag, according to Sgt.. Wayne The Country Store For More....*' \. ''j,"

circuit court in. Bradford County Bond for the charges was set at V '. : .. ,
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The charge was filed against. Stewarton Thomas Kirchaine, 34, of *
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Nov. 21.1983.Another Starke was arrested May 3 and charged ( *: Stwnps
[ sexual batter case involved with driving while intoxicated, according ., .
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sexual battery of a child younger than was .13 percent. Bond for the chargewas .r
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lewd asault on a child. McClellan Hickory Smoked .
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.'' He Is now serving a seven-year Larry Daniel Hall of Gainesville, .
prison sentence for a similar incident was arrested May 5 and charged with HAMS Pork
involving another victim, accordingto no valid driver license and impropertag "g"
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Baer R .I".lur1' I. 1".1" The Sharon Aaron Family '

Paatry Pride Best Western Motel! W.T. Jackson, lao. ';'1.T1ft Albert Alice Salmon PoWeO Printing Pocket Chang Mall ...'

Fire Winds Lodge ."C.llul. Sales Bradford Furniture ,
Winn Dixie Dudley P. Hardy Industries ". r{I i i' Charles Charlene Francis Sally's This and That Eugene Wilson ." ,. .

Betty Robert Temple Motel Thompson I Brown, ,.1. ""I4.' i Charles I Sandra Thomas Joe Usher Agency Chuck's Gun Shop

Perry Townsoad Mr. a Mrs Verl Beat Sea Glenn Fiberglass 'I. Thelma I Monk Dinklns Lake Butler Apparel Sandford Ceramic .. .,
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OJ. Seatherland Bradford Co.Telegraph Oscar a Verne DavisDr'sJohaCienkia Jerry's
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Strickland Sowing Machine Sapp's Food Store Office Shop ,,;., Fortune Federal Do Sha Farms "

Repair Johnson's Feed Store Curtis I Sandra La* 'I'i'!.'I" Peter GianasElzle Clark's Grocery A Friend .

Sawyer-Slide Gas Winkler Electric Marie GreenGreyhound .' ; a Sandee Sander Katheryne's Beauty Salon Tome Cypress ,

Kooh's Drug Store Dr O.L. Haynas Bus Station w. Bornlee I Fayne Bateman Sheriff John Whitehead Denise ShubertTrading <

Curtis A. Sanders Terwillegar Realty Bradford Tile A Abstract '. '! ; Parrishs Grocery Post Restaurant,

Mr. I Mr*. Bobby. Autry Gary R.diok, W.R.(Bill) Alderman. "' ; IIISUE' LAKE "!. Spires IGA Store Jim Camper, Camper Construction

North C.nlr.llppll..o. Farm Bureau Ins.Torode New Method Cleaners '. Jay RodgorsStuart Rivers Hardware Waldo Gulf I Wrecker Servloe i
Oil I CompanyAgricultural Barbara's. Flowers Casa Brujae AatiquiS
Kenwln( Shop Willie HayesHuWavss ;"." Strickland ,
Tina demon Center .,iit MoLeod's Barber. Shop Waldo Ace HardwareLaura's
Hew Klngsley I Beach
Oil a Gas t '" Boa Duke a Collectibles
Register Antiques
Cart E. Clark ,
Linda Say 4, Mr. a Mrs. W.F. Cooley,
Edward a Janioe Christmas Jerome John Rooky Amanda Hudson ";, Dave Jamie Reiman Oasis lounge; .,

'.Morris Lota's Style Center Mike Coon., 'J'tl'.'. ,' HIGHLAND A Friend H.reld'.lolI, Shop

Diane's Beauty Shop Mitchells( Drug Store La.'. Tavern ',.. Lottie Lee Archer, Supervisor 301 Auto Parts
Barber ', Lee Davis 9c.: /' Elections
Denmark Furniture Co.Barbara' City Shop R.C. Crews : Orchard Motel
Acme Hardware '" IrI.c.II.n. ,oJ Josephine Addison,Tax Collector John Grimes ,
Beauty Shop China Restaurant .. ... ". ..
Browa's Refrigeration Jones Craft Shop -Pine(- Tree Inn .. ', NazelsOrooery ;a ,1 Dorothy Hayes Powell Automotive, .

301 SubStation Gall Street AntiquesBadoock C.H.I..orth, S .: Frank Herndon. \ ,. Jude Godwin W.... lorw .. ". .,

Kaatueky Fried Chicken FurnitureTerwillegar Gulf Life Ins.Co. .".,.,.;;, BROOKER :y, Winford( Croft, Appraiser. Baslngors Orange Shop ,

Bradford Rentals Motors Sheriff Dolp' L Reddish \" .' Andrews Drug UWTETEstal '
Looking 11..1111 I McKenzie Tank Una Jim's Furniture
J.H. Alvarez
Skyline Hem CoalerRick's Property Appr.I..r'c
Andrews Drugs ,I Greens Grocery Farmers Dealers Bank
Putman Medical
Salvage Eyeglass Store Shuforn Chevron Supply '. iu C.LCIyattCarrolls Western Auto '.... Store A Betty Fay Moody
S I W Muffler
Lee a Blanch
Taylor
Sonny's Real Pit Bar B Que r Grocery Ellington Construction
Thornton's Salvage Thomas Auto Parts ',I. ,
James Boa Creamer
Corbett's Tir. Service Florida Hydrooarbons Co. Hillandale( Farms
Davis Monk I Farnsworth Co. ( (
Griffis I Son Fiberglass \\I. Don a Charlene Brown
Textile Town Dr. I Mrs. Leonard Chub's Sport Center ":tJ DeRiteh Green Family Lake Butler Farm Center NIUar/Farms(

Farmers Mutual Exchange Sohlof man Bob, Sylvia Steve Kroll :(..4: John LShadd Enterprises Trail .Motel a RestaurantEunice's
301 Liquor Store ALACHUA D.M.Hale
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Hardy Salvage Roy's Grocery I Market. Mike, Carol, Michelle a Michael ,. Earl IInz.nl Margie Cason;Clerk of Court Refrigeration HurseryBen's 5

Bobby a Margaret Lewis Lady Bug Florist Lee a Viokl Sparks ; Wand* Crawford .. 5

WPXEAM-FM Gas Station I Food Stan i HEILBROH SPRINGS TMERESSA .
Starke Paint Center Pep-0 '
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BarkarSbonHedge's ...:.. i' ;>: Harry. -.nD.O.ShP.A."* < lizl JuDaa&HltiMdaiO! SO ""' ." ttZ.t' 'tiDY.bons 19tRlK .. rni..1Ih. Comm '(. '.
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Shell Service Chief of Police Kitty a Mail Carter .. Ostoen E. Gaskiasi I;., ORANGE PARK 'aall Margaret Smith
Pioneer 1 Electric' "
Stark She Repair Williams Jewelry I ,.11 Brenda Farnsworth ': Thomas Grocery : Don I Peggy Drought '
\ Janet M.
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Ir..R..lau".1 Aliens Office Supplies, Pal a Patsy Welch i' .'jBlelling's\\ Tire, I' .' L'nl.fr..o.II.lo'ranl. Starling.,
Leslie William*
Western Steer of StarkeDavis ., .v
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Hair : / .
Family Design if (, Tanners FRM Waters GroceryLawtey
Robin Wadsworth ExpressLongohamp Bill a Evelyn Crue a San 1> SANTA FE ,
H.mllin.. ,"!I V* Shall Station
Mark a Josh Bob I Lllrl.llullln. Mildred Cox "
Tonya Hodges WORTNINGTON SPRINGS .
Oral's GarageTempkln's .
Alligator Creek Ranch Ctr. ..
Fortune Federal lezzy a Sandra GreenDwightaCleoEldor ;;.t
Perry Townsend Skipp' Petroleum ". ( ,:.",i, ,. ''J.' Liquors a Loue1eMarys
Richard E. Welty, Attorney KISSIMMEE :
Gagnon RebsiildorsStump's Florist I Mr*.Oscar Carter .
Ann ToangDurranc lI.re.11I Carlisle Williams Town I A.F."Buddy" a Nell Garners;
Dept. Store CountryDee's I Studio 39 Package I LoungeSouvelnor .
Pump I S upp I 1. Patty a Billy Anders ""._';'iV"i
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Leilae Dress a Gift Shop
Stark Motor Parts The Meat Store Garden Acres Soays Grocery .,\, COlIER, GA.. .';;:'..V,. 'i, Lloyd..., Bobble a Barbi Wlk
Marvin I Brown a ,
BSM Starter a GeneratorAutomotive Judy Triplet. : t OJI.f k. ,.
RON Auto Parts
Parts Cuter Joees Funeral Nome, Girls at Surplus Property T ": Bill( a Betty Mathews >>. I. Mary. ,Strong

Bradford Florist .
Ken's Bait I Tackle! Star Square Gilbert Nelson KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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Olin's Home Center ... HAMPTON
Community. State Bank Bill, 1/.1/ Paul CauseyDanaCLeoNariey. ; .
Frank Young, Accounting t,', Matchers Auto Parts Griffin Industries Ino.
Owen Joist of Florida Ino.
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J.E. Milligan, '.01. Service Bobby Gertie MoRao s. .
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Merle Herman Cosmetics Starke Rotary Club r ,(I ", f .1u,, Richard Roberts Insurance
Steel Co. .
Stark KOA (Campground. Whitney Mr.a Mrs.
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Barbara Brawn a kids NovarsVnl' 1"11".110.
Harry Green Auto Parts Jim
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Buddy. a Norma Jean Parrish '' .fl '
Slim SandersFay Frank a Ruby Bowen Toby Mao I Carol BaldwinChristopher I ? \, t:. .. .
1;. Mr. a BrittleHenry ,, .
City Fish Market ,; ;. HIIIPTOI wr ? .
Thornton .Hobbs Traoi Hn.Ouida Jackson BulhHng( Supply'
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Bowen Pest Control
Florida Past Control Goober's Shop a Thomas Casey I Iv 1 ;Sir.-: .<' The Sanford Family Jones Funeral, Hem.. :
Irene's Beauty Shop Whispering Pines Motel Steve Broadway. ,Tree Surgeon
BALDWIN A Friend I ..
Julias Florist r''' Race Car Ho.74 Terry Hayes, Flowers Bakery : ;'t, .,'
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Eau Ledge I Charles June Thornton 1:.. : :
SI.rbTl.S.nl.. Dlmpl"Slrl.Sh., Florida Past Control v ,Bob Evans : Vernon a.Linda Parmenier .;; ,:' >,," v"'t t ;i'i' ,) "

Wishbone Fried Chicken t CarlBraddook .. .'- OaieeavUfo' SK.
T.... '* Automotive Tie 301 Tavern u5r.vPitcher .j\ i
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Tackle Bx Wayne's ..1.11..., Shop Dick's Used I.Y.'. '.\ :' Produce \!';) GAINESVILLE Harry a Margaret SlalNngsJoaaiavSfeoridaa '' '

Stark Cleaner Family( Practice Urgent Venn DphelstoryElbert ); t*; Larry's GroceryAnn's ..;, 'r ,, .. 1" ,?, \
Stark late Center .' Care Clinic I Betty Nettles :r Bar-B-Qae 1 GainesvKiSua. ; "h" */;. Dew Boll B.HH g 0*: } 1, ?

a Mrs. Goetzman Construction Mike I SI.rlallnl iJ ....Still Bell Enterprises Harry Margaret Stalling ,Arse Brown, Attorney

Judge. PloreoTiger GeorgeH. Sunshine Eleotrlo Bob a Karen Griffith '':; d;....Tanner '.: Joe.A Lev.Sheridan 5 I :t 'fMIDOIEMWG ; ;;i, ;( .; '. ''lurftniaster

Sonny, a T.T. Plumbing' -- Maloolm Sarah SandersJeffaryajanMoRa I Evelyn S.;Jensenf \ George Fringl .,
Dr.D.W. a Ann Whiffs Baldwin Ante Supply .In*. f .' MU-Met Ira ,:
Bigg's Body Shop .. : ; '< u \ rtiLloya ., S *, ,; ; ,
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'.rlal..rt. Randy I Debbie OhiamCarlten ; ,)p:l ""i", MarhaNng, *

Dana, Shan, .a Morgan John.,. Produce ', v a Ella Mao OhastalnTammy ". David, J.Joseph Co., Car-shredder '1 GflJHWM :f',k ,- [ ; "Margaret a HanfKiliiit | ;+:PI"

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Ledge ... 38 Douglas Battery >, >?*\* _, Mae a Carol Baldwin.. .,'' :,BMwhi. Shopping. Center rd. UoydaMelanlSIHIwel. (..'."*. LHru's Tee I rrvlr gy. ". :, ,:

".1.1 Vent OdmDolores \. Crosby Tire "::.c.' ,., Hank I Charlotte!...* ::1{ ; A Friend;< James,a Joan, Watson, : .Ueilelslh. Iiiy Hrrlet w '. ;
The Lighthouse 'y njtfll. BuftttWl 1 d.A'r 'rrt 'r," ......YIh.......' ,, '. ?,
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Besseat'...OtIlIS.IZII.. Gas KepelousowsJoLu ', ,\#/t.!' David a Martha Smith ', '' :. Maya,,. i Jody S'I/. .' ',1-::.. Ideal LawHhry>*: ... a'ulagPete's .}.

Motel ,(, Stark Otub r. .,, ftym' T'Jffooat 'f. ;
Rotary fi .
Santa F* Insulation Ino.Slad : ; Babe a Pefjy( GosseffnJAOKSMV1LLE ; mt.
Trader Sales nom.'r.llao. Dan a Wee Barley oJ.. ;.;IUR"TUR... i I't,1., '' lae.l ,."c. '
I Seafood I 9.jon ....rallo.'lIal !! "
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Themes Realty Company Florida Bank of Stark Jam** 8 Shirley Cackles : i p;, Petit Used. Dart h iT's ilea pH. Bor-R.... ; ,

Robert Insurance Thompson Garage lea Medea I Family ; 'r:r i.Hoi*..ller'1-Que ; \ Lewis Baraett ''I.,':; e' Pete I .Molded. F.........
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Maite. BoothyM; ,. Mills Cypress, Furniture Arthur Raddfeg Unw' Hotter II U"I'I, ;ij" II'fa I : .rll.-.t.- :. d..". "I.. ,I'"+."' ..a; ,

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bing death of stab- by the Starke Police Depart- weapon(;; was bleeding ao he left uuf' Brazell remains in the Bradford
Sunday a Starke nun. ment end the Bradford County apartment going for help In his $$$: ,& County Jail.
Sheriff's\ Office into Grayer's' death. late Sunday, afternoon. An iinidejMl
Joanne BrazeH of Lamar Street in Witness testimony Indicates Brazell tlfled,.individual took'' Grayer to thjR'' "We are very pleased with the progress rwillegar
Starke was arrested after William repeatly stabbed Grayer in their hospital where he died at 6:17 p.m ."'"/' of the investigation. by the "
Grayer died May 6 from a stab wound presence at 1007 E. North St, according Elwell ordered a capias issued May' sheriff's office," said Elwell. "We '
in the neck at the Bradford Hospital, to Assistant State Attorney 8 charging Brazell with 2nd degree'' .< will have a case to present to the
according to Lt. Lane Sibley. Thomas El well. Grayer's body was murder pending a grand jury return. grand jury when it convenes next \ Motors .
Brazell was charged with murder turned over. .to.the medical examiner.. At a first appearance Wednesday, week."

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I Union County Court Traffic Dispositions UHBEATAILEPRUCES has


i March 20 ed $45.25 including court costs. suspended for a period of & years he driver's license. She was fined 1.
Johnny Eric Driggers pled guilty to Richard Timothy Deese pled guilty was sentenced to serve 30 consecutive Donnell Gilmore pled guilty to a
a charge of driving while license is to a charge of having no valid driver's days in Union County Jail (20 days charge of driving with an unlawful
suspended or revoked.) He was license. he was fined $45.25 including suspended) and placed on probationfor alcohol blood level. He was fined .
sentenced to court-supervised probation court costs.Katherine. a period of one year. $281.50 including court costs. His I
for 60 days and fined $45.25 Fussell Hanson pled!guilty Jose Gutierrez pled guilty' to a license was suspended for 6 months,
William Newham, Jr., pled no con to a charge of violation of the right- charge of having no valid driver's he was required to attend DWI school,
test to a charge of driving while of-way and was fined $25 plus court license and fined $45.25 including, placed on probation for 6 months with
license is suspended or revoked. He costs. court costs. the Salvation Army and required to 19B4
was fined 3475. John Russell Eddy pled guilty to a Jose Gutierrez pled guilty to a complete 50 hours of community ser- RANGERS'.
Ular C. Banks pled guilty to a charge of having no valid .drlver's charge of having no registration and vice work.
charge of having an improper tag. He license. He presented a valid-licensein fined $45.25 including court costs. Lewis J. Alexander pled guilty to a
was fined $29. court and was fined $40, Including Anthony George pled guilty to a charge of DWI. He was fined $281.50
Ular C. Banks also pled guilty to a court costs. charge of having no valid driver's including court costs, placed on probation
charge of having no valid driver's Bennie Dillard, Jr., pled guilty to a license. Adjudication was withheld. for 12 months with the Salva-
license and was sentenced to 10 daysin charge of driving while license is He was sentenced to 10 days tion Army,during which time he must
county jail (suspended) and 90 days suspended or revoked and was (suspended),in the Union County Jail. get a valid license, do 50 hours community i
court supervised probation during sentenced to 3 days in county jail He was given 90 days to abtain a valid service work; attend DWI
which time he must.obtain a license.He (sentence suspended) and was placed license. school. His license is suspended for 6
was fined, $34 Including court orrcourt-supervised probation for 30 Jonathon Nelson Cowger pled guilty months 4
costs. days. He was required to do 10 hoursof to a charge of having no valid driver's Willie H. Crossler was charged with YON
Ular C. Banks pled no contest to a community service with the Union license. Adjudication' was' withheldfor unlawful speed. Adjudication was
charge of willful and wanton reckless .County Sheriff's Department and fin- 30 days. He was sentenced to 10 withheld for 30 days and he was required -
driving.He was found guilty and fined, ed $19 in court costs. hours community'service with the to attend defensive driving
$97.75 Including court costs. Joseph Wilbur Parrish pled no con- Union County Sheriff's Department. school. Upon satisfactory completionhe
Hargrett B. Davis pled guilty to test to a charge of DWI and fined$544 Patricia Marie Parkham'pled no will pay $10 in costs and the case ...
having an improper driver's license.He including court costs. His license was contest to a charge of having no valid- will be dismissed.
presented a valid license and was '

fined $29.50.Maybell .
Webb pled guilty to a
charge of having no valid driver's" "Creativity not the finding of a thing but the making something' out of it after It is ,
found.* James Russell Lowell -still!'
license she was sentenced (suspended '
) to 10 days in .county jail and 90
days under court-supervised proba-
tion during which time she must ob- RANGER
tain a valid'driver's license. ,
Herber J. Galloway pled guilty to a ,.r, $5995
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charge of DWI. He was fined $281.50 ,lips
Including court costs. His license
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suspended for 6 months and he was ....... .. > .." .", ;v.. ;_" pot""';"/
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was placed on probation for 6 months f ,0..,1.k : ..:,. '._ .
with the salvation army and was required ; i'. '. ,' I, '1.'
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to do 50 hours of community .. ';t/>''f ''''',j'f,' <':'{J &ll.:.'s'.>>>'.,,,,,.- ,j
service work .which' will be done in ,(ik/'Wt; It.!!. .l'k: :'" ' Palatka. / ::. ". k' "'W'.;i<.,::mMJ... .
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or revoked and was sentenced to 20"I 't .::;. ; )

Jail.consecutive days in Union County i in Strawberry Patch Restaurant

James Allen Mobley pled guilty to a
charge of having no valid driver's "Where Mothers are Treated flight"
license and was sentenced (suspended -
for 90 days during which he must
obtain a valid driver license) to 10 & BUFFETS All You Care To Eat .
days in Union County Jail. he was fin- .
OUR BUFFET INCLUDES
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"IMisdemeancm"Dlsporn"Rue County Cour 3.ii>*a ,t I _" 'iL! : .,:'\Io.t:; Chef Carved Roast Beef '. '. -.W, 1,.V:'",,w,; ....J'} ".. ,. '.:. ..,...,,' .... .. .' 'aa" ., ,n tMatM+lrq
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'M\rchO'! '':+ '. Whole Esrnsi Corn "P tt"" Dread Padding
B.T. Wigley was charged with hav Brussels| ats Bread w/l/ .mo.sauce _
He pled
Invalid license.a new valid Braes Buns Pineapple Upside _

,Fishing license and was fined$29.50 including .alto,eel Pahten_ T Cake

Be Trowell court costs.pled guilty to a charger, Gift Certificates .for FREE DIMMER ':for 2'' to the: --- p

of disorderly intoxication and was fined -,
$29.50 )including court costa.l _, 1. Oldest Mother Served' on Mother's Day '\ pr pl

2. Mother Bringing the Most Children (Grandchildren not iaolndod' in the ooont" ) l

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.. "Brfng this Ad and Cashier will Deduct/ Oo/a from Your Total, Bill"
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NOTICE CARS & TRUCKS FOR SALE ,; HOMES FOR SALE .

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 197' VW DASHER STATION WAGON BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALESt 7823172. FORECLOSED HOMELIKE SANTA FSi'2 w

to the Bradford County Must tell. Very good condition. low lawtey. 2/231fn ., BR, 1 BA. $29,50O. Any reasonable offer Statistic J
Telegraph office In writing and paid In mileage. 28 MPG.9648559. tchg 5/10 SIDE BY SIDE FROST FREE will be considered 9645010. 3/08 41,000 Chimney Fires Last ,.
advance unless credit I. already 1910 FORD MOOi Fully loaded. New REFRIGERATOR Heavy; Duty tfn Year $9 million damage to L c/ruillga. 2
established with this off cs. Fred Jones motor. Call 964-7655. 5/03 dishwasher mare and colt. Call BRICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 sq. ft. Low homeowner Don't let this ..,, ,
TELEGRAPH STAFP CANNOT BE 2tchg 5/10 Owner financed 10X ;
THE 964 4004. 4/05 tfn down payment. happen to you.Estimate
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN im 3/4 TON FORD PICKUP truck AUCTION Every Wednesday, 7:00 PM Int. 473.3454.3/29 Ifn I. Coil U-$275 REALT
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER w/camper top. Make offer. 964.6691. Every Saturday, 7.00 PM, Melrose MUST SEE TO BELIEVE This stately two- ,$AM til 9PM v.)
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THE TELEPHONE. 5/033tchgS/17 B.hlnd Red Thompson Realty story home has been refurnished but MondaybeturdeyBlank.nshlp I\ 2
Classified deadline I. TUESDAY COV7 SURPLUS CARS ft TRUCKS undei Everyone welcome. Bill Perry Auc still has all the old charm you've been \, 2

NOON prior to Thursday publication. $100. Now available your area. Call tioneer. Truckload of merchandise.. looking for. 6 BR, 3'/i' BA. Lge. foyer, PHONE 964-7776. m
Minimum chorg. 1st}words for$2.75 1-(619)569-024I.( ) 5/10 3tpd 5/24 5/03 4tpd 524WHIRLPOOL LR, DR, breakfast room. Ig. pantry off Chimney Sweet iTERWILLfcGAR 205 N. Temple: L..I3

then 10 cents for each word thereafter. NICI CUSTOM TAN PICKUPiGood paint., REFRIGERATOR ,Avocado. kitchen Lge. Fr. Prch; w/back utility Starke' 0'0.'
No rust No dents. speed.. $1575. 22 cu. ft. w/lce maker 964.8983.5/03 porch, detached 2-car garage ..
9648071. Itpd SilO 2tpd 5/10 w/workshop. On 'ocr. of land huge .Sp.clol-

BUSINESS 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA Good transpor MALI FEMALE DALMATIONSi months azalea bushes, pecan pear and fig FOR RENT'OCEANFRONT COUNTRY CLUB LIVING AT ITS BEST- I'A
tation. $350. 964.5044. Itchg 5/10 old $30 each. 964."", 5/03 2tchg trees. Located at 425 N. Walnut St. InStork.
OPPORTUNITIESHAIRSTYLING 1976 TOYOTA COROLLA WAGONt 510SEVEN .. For apptment, pis. call M-F, Pretty view facing 9th hole. Exquisitely

speed, air cond; AM/FM.'Excellent PIECE RATTAN LIVING ROOM 7441744. Evening and weekends, St. Augustine Beach furnished. For the plant lover, your own

SALON In Keystone.Reasonable. condition. $2200 FIRM. 762-3660. Keep SUITE w/canlng Insert Two lets of 743-6863 or 259.2765.4119 4tchg 5/10 Fully furnished 2 BR, :Jj I greenhouse. Excellent terms I A great I'V
trying. 5/102tchg 5/17 cushion covers. $1,OOO or 'make offer OWNER FINANCED 3 BR. fully carpeted BA.
Terms For mor.lnforma. 71 MALIBUt 200.Cu. In. V6. $1800. Call 964.8122. 5/03 2tchg 5/10 CHSA, CB. FR w/flreplace, Ig. screened 3 days,2 nights place to stay & play. $72,000.
lion call 4752341. Itchg 5/10 .... ......
964 6313. 8-5. Itpd 5/10 TAP ft BALLET SHOES Preschool porch w/ceramle tiled eating area, i Weekly .
LIBERTY FASHIONS owning Invites you to Investigate M CAD. CALAIS COUPE Original white size. Only worn twice. Also bock kitchen appliances. fenced backyard, Jacuzzi, Tennis, SUNSHINE RANCH: Mini-Estate. Now

Jean/Sportswear, Ladles your, Infant-own paint. Running condition.' $1400. ,Call leotards, pink tights and ballet box. storage bldg., comer lot In nice Racquetball. own a Florida homeslte that's private ft
9648016. Itpd 510YARD Call 964 6095 after 5 5/03 neighborhood. 1021 W. Pratt St.
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Preteen Western Accessories, Large 5/10 p.m 964,8073. 4/26 tfn ((904)) 471.0932 unspoiled. 5 Ac. Handsome nearly new,

Size Levi Star.Jordache Notional, bad brand.Esprit:Healthtex L_. Chic,, SALE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS '76 Gremlin. 2 BR FRAME Kitchen.dinette, bath LR brick Ig. mod. wkshop & stocked pond | I'r

Brlttania Evan Picon., Calvin Klein, (loaded), topper (panelled E Insulated) front ft back porch large workroom teve broadway On SR-18 Minutes to G'vllle.
for Chev. truck couch tool shed In,bock 5 ft.chain link fence.Nice .
In condi-
300 others. $7.500 to $24,500, fixtures, THURS.. FRI. 4 SATs Kids toys, furniture, ; good $1,000,000 VIEW FOR $165,000: Truly :
and shrubs. $22.000.By TREE,
tion. For information call trees lots of SERVICE
supplies, Inventory Instore training lamps, washer dryer, refrlg., clothes, more I I'd
waterbed 431.1160 after 4:30 p.m. Itpd 5/10 appointment only. 621 W. Pratt St. magnificent residence. 207' on Little Lake
airfare, grand opening tc. Mr. carpet beds air conditioner, -
Kostecky ((501)) 3278031. P645. Ttpd Iron base dining table, records, FURNITURE Krohler living room suite, 9647582. Itchg 5/10 Removal Santa Fe. 3 BR. 3 / BA. 3,000 Sq. Ft. BuiltIn J
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5/10 books, and mar. Go out 16 E, 2 miles, like new $250; wood w/smoked glass COUNTRY HOME ON ACREAGE 3 Trimming 1979 Florida's best fishing lake. !
coffee/2 end tables, $125 bedroom., large den. CHftA. Ownerfinanced.
size
OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-Sportswear, ., left on 10th St.. right on 12th Ave. Se. waterbed w/bookcaie hdbd.: king, $150; 964-5356. Itpd 5/10 Stump Removal .FABULOUS 2'/s AC TREASURED Sump.
Ladles Apparel, Combination Accessories .lgn.964-4284. I tpd 5/10
washer $100 dryer. $85 freezer BY OWNER 3 BR, 1 BA. Fenced. Good Firewood tuous 3400
Large Size store. National FAMILY YARD SALE At KOA. off S. : ; living exciting lifestyle. Sq. .,
brands Jordoch., Chic Le., Levi Follow slgnt. May 11-12-13.: 9 til 6. $100, refrlg. $85; twin bed $40; queen location In town. Call 964-8305 after 4 Free Estimate. Ft. 2% yrs. old, Outstanding den ft kit

Vanderbilt Izod, Gunne Sax, Esprit"Brillonla Misc. Items and clothing. Itpd 5/10 bed,$45; large console stereo, $85, p,m. 5/10 2tpd 5/17 473.4732 chen. Beautiful stone fireplace. 115000.
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free $125
Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE-It's here, the frost refrlg ; sidebyslderefrig
,. $150, Hide.A.Bed, $125 color ,Mtg. approx. 90000. Rare find-Go for IU I
Evan Picon., Clalborne, Members On. one you have walled for. All clean and ; "NEW"3 BR.2 BA After 5 P.M.
ly, Bill Blass, Organically Grown, good looking clothes In sizes Larg., TV, $85. vacuum cleaner, $15; dinette VA-FHA-Coav.Fin. .LAKE BROOKLYN: .100' sugar white sand
and small. set. $40, oak wood sofa w/2 choirs, S4SOO Down With Keystone Heights I
Heolthtex 300 others. $7,900 to med. More Items ceramics beach.Ideal for leisure living. $47,000 j
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5/10
$24.900 Inventory airfare training you must ._. Sat. May 12. 515 Alton $250.964.4284 HONDO II Itpd 5. with Mo. Pmt. $500 ht Yr. Licensed ft Insured w/mtg of $28,888. :
BANJO- : string case.
fixtures, grand opening etc. Mr. Rood. 9:00: a.m. til ??? 1 Itpd 5/10
Excellent condition. $245/best offer. CHASIAIN CONSTRUCTION elF THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN ,Aj
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Keenan ((305) 6783639. Itpd SilO 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: Furniture toys 964.431'
and a little of everything. 100 West 485.1890 weekends.after Itpd 5/10 5 weekdays-! All Closing Costs Paid Shop & Compare!! CHALLENGE: Lovely roomy .3 BR, 2 BA I :

BOATS Crosby lake. Watch for signs. Itpd 40" ELECTRIC STOVE Excellent condi Special Insurance for brick on 1.7 Ac. At Country Club

5/10 like Mobile Home Parks 904 RAIFORD ROAD Comfortable I
SATURDAY MAY 12 Grlffls loop. tion $100, tiller new $200. : 31g.
9645508. Itpd 5/10 MOBILE HOMES "A11 types of homeowners BR's. 2 full baths. Enc scrn'd
14 FT. FISHING BOATi With trailer and Miscellaneous. 1 Itchg SilO garage
motor. $550. Call 964.6691. 5/03 3tchg SATURDAY. MAY 111 8-4. Baby car set. WOODEN BUNK BED with mattress Road.. FOR, SALE policies for porch, fenc'd'bkyard. CB storage bldg.Pav'd [ j:
Firm. Coih.
$250. 'Morgan
5/17 and other Items North of Starke on 233 mobile homes.
driveway. Nicely landscaped.
(Morgan Rood). 1 mil. off US 301. Itpd 9648733. Itchg 5/10 Call for Quote '
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USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy, .METICULOUS DESIGN ft CONSTRUC
LAND FOR SALETEN SIlO 301 N. Starke. 964-4414 or 9644778.
North Central Appliances, Inc.
MATTRESS BOX SPRINGS good condition Come out and check out the bargain Olin's Mobile TION: Brand new VA FHA ft Conv. terms
9644999. Itpd 510J.OOO
$50, chrome and glass' ends and BTU AIR CONDITIONERS Thermostat Talk to Walter (Bud) Alvarez for a great Home Sales 3 BR, 2 BA w/cathedral cling fireplace, |
1 AC LOTS Pleasant Grove coffee table, $100, self-propelled lawn
facing
deal. For Information, call .
controlled. New Still In container. more RoyWell skylight, fan. $54,500. Excellent locale.TO .
Rd. 3995. $400 down, $70 a month. mower, $75; Infant and toddlerclothes Elaine M. Olin
Full warranty. $195. 964.6026.Itchg *. 964.5764; after 5 PM, 9645251. Agent .
SEE IT IS TO LOVE IT
Call 964.5606.9/15 fin toys and misc.9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4/26 tfn Charming nearly -

THREE ACRE LOTS on SR227Brook.r Fri. & Sat. 230 to 230A right on Bethel RYE HAY 5/10 Large bales, no weeds, Highly i A W MOBILE HOME SALES New and 964.5606 new brick 3 BR. 2 BA home on ,1'/., "c.
Rd. 2995. $300 down, $55 a month. Church Road. Yellow block house on used mobile home for sale. Near Club. FR
fertilized. $2.50 per:;bale. 9647789.11chg510. Coy Country Great fireplace.
964 5606. 9/15 tin right. 9646068. ItcKg SilO '. '
ONE ACRE LOT Facing 'Forsyth1 Rd. FRI. I SAT May 11.J2ri96. 0 ryprs.nc.posts : : fJ-\ Alvarez.. Invites you to come 'out'and'brows. ,' VACUUM;' ,; sd'i'd o' arch). .J85J'iheat.d"S.P.( ''$65:,000.1
TRAVEL '*Afll.tt'#7'H 1''C.reMr. Highway 17 South; ,Pal atka; '
I $3000.S400 down, and $70 month.. "" -, .'. ; assorted nuts and'bolls) : cellent condition: SR-t0012 mile*weft' Flo. 325.955hpr,328.4682In, Starke, ''SALE ; mt9':" P'' iS '$3,, M ;?' !
9645606. 1/12 tin tools" ; tires; speed Chevy transmission ,
of Starke. Call 4963945. Itthg SIlO call Roy Wells 964-5251.,9/22 tfn $444. Owner offers fin. also.
NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx. Vt ac. ; Jeep roljbor/ ; speed Ford truck Starke 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH DOUBLEWIDCt On NEW& USED
lots. Paved street, central water. $100 transmission; other misc. auto. parts; COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to LOCATION, LOCATION; Living at 1227 E. I
wooded lot. In.
Ready to
dn. $75/mo, Owner financed, clothes; household goods; and much Truck 11/24 tfnRABBITSI Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. Keystone Height area. For move Information We Finance Our Own Call St. will appeal to all your senses even |

473.3454.3/29 tin Goober'more. 3 miles south 5/10 of Starke on 100 at For pets or meat. Lawrence call 18002225253. 5/10 2tchg KIRBYS your sense of value. Innovative teller,
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! 97. Furniture, Meng. 6 ml. 301 South. 68-\915. tin _ROYALS 1600 SQ. FTCHftA 3/1'/ 25410.

MISCELLANEOUSBAKER clothes, dishes and lots more. Crosby MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Windows ft COMMERCIAL PROPERTY' EUREKAS .BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING: Clean 51
doors plumbing and lec. supplies;, : I HOOVERS
lake. Follow signs Itpd SilO also furniture.. BARGAIN CENTER. 1 RENT/LEASE ELECTROLUX. yr. old 2. BR, 1'/1 BA. CH/A. Double carport -|
LP GAS. INC.l Family owned ft MOVING SALE 8 a.m. Saturday.Thompson
mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn I on 3 Ac. Priced below appraisal.
better Street (behind Automotive Parts FILTER QUEENS
operated. We strive to
give FOR SALE OR TRADE! Two-story .NEW LISTING: 642 N. Walnut St. [
prices and service. W. solicit Center). Whirlpool clothes dryer, sewing LOSTFOUNDLOST7S SEARS Approx.
customers who own th.lr tanks. We machine, towing hitch Kenmore building. NW corner of Call and COMMERCIAL 2080 sq.' ft. 3 BR, 2 BA. 38500.
Thompson Streets (formerly Stump'sDepartment
sell and rent tanks and furnish sweeper plus many household items. Star). Clyd. W. Simpson. We repair all makesAl .SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM ft KITCHEN: 10|
cylinders. Call 259.6812 or call after 964.6033: Itpd 510Subscribe CLASS -RING: Gold. Lost In
1119 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville, great ac. w/home. Over 2.000 ft. I
p sq.
4:00. 964 4890. 4/26 4tchg 5/17 vicinity of Bowling lane or P.p.O Has I
t .* FREE KITTENS .* Two blacks, two Today// Initials MAL on Inside. M Lyons, P.O.' WAREHOUSE Fl 32202.4/26! 20x30 4tchg 5/17 and 40x30 from Young'sSince : Oversized double garage ft workshop. !

6330.. 549, Starke, 5/03 2tpd 5/10 Close ft
calicos. Please tchg BRADFORD COUNTY Box $150 per mo. 2 block behind Garden 1957 to UCI FSP.

TELEGRAPH FOUND In Bradford Square Shopping Restaurant Also fenced storage for IDEAL CITY, LIVING ON QUIET STREET: !
( Center, Set of keys Call 964.8392. Itpd 964.6918
j-: 964-6305 5/10 camper, boat etc. 473.4728. 5/10 4tpd Mimosa Dr. Attractive brick 2/2 w/CH&A,
5/31 3 Miles north of'MeefleNem
'NO CAR NEEDED 3 BR BA LR |
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Curies Cycles: *, W/freplace.( Den. DR. Ig.. utlUc rm, ,

C & C" 'EEO' COUNTRY BOARD & BATTEN:' Deck Ben j

__ Highway 301 S 964-6020. 1 Franklin stove CHI A', fans, 1 Ac. 35500.. |

!LI-; 79 SG 750'loo . . . . . ,$1295 \ Mini-Storage Raorf: Mtg. $30,000. 10% $369 mo. '

'81 GS 250. . . , . . . 795 ..$22,900-A SMALL GEM: On 1 Ac. Attract. I

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72 GT-750 Exc. C nd. . 850 Hwy 301-South-Sfark. 2 1 BA frame. 8'x24
Cash Register 1980 GS850 shalt'loaded( ). . . ..-:-:-. '1660 % Ml. $.of 0Y.ele r BR. porch. Owner fin.
Shopping Center
For ale 1980 IAMBRETTA_Scooter. . . . .995 x 1. ''.CRYSTAL, LAKE ACCESS 3, BR,,2,BA. LR, |
+4 itClay ( DR,'Kitchen.'CB: on 3 Ig. car lots.

$3" LONGCHAMP HOMES 964-6020 CESTATE.SETTLEMENT,4 BR stucco w/sep. |

er Rent lor' $SO month r apartment on J.42 ac. 48000., '

The Bush's Bait & Tackle INC. We hove tots and acreage

Bessent Rd. ft Country Club Area

Behind Wlnn Dixie-518 Edwards Rd. _Storke. Florida Owner. Financing ,
Office Shop I Hill Feed
Has Mother's Gifts *3 Bedroom, Brick Veneer Home* .Mee..e.
Day
110 W. Call In Flowers & Plants -1V4 Both; CH/A; Carport; Utility. Room] 5095 SR-21 8 'Mlddleburg'arpetlng. ,IvsNNofMVISNOInLAW14171 .M'.4rlSS' I

KIACOONWti444J TOMMY elf A""'" M4-41H I IMOVn
964-5754 __ Bu%Today Very NIce 'On Your Lot Z$2e 1063Starting \MAXIM SOOTH..H4.r,, WAM M4-MS4 I IWAVMI
AVI MUILIN1134.U3 POUOlAt M4-Mt. I IDolf
At louts 1AMDFO0 44111MVINOeiAUK
'These Prices;
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i ERA, Tiffin- &Owens -Inc. $33 ,80000 10-10-10. .'nitrate. .I i- ... '.,', .. ton.ton.$1521Ammonia : .$195,('


*/Different flans of flnaneln,' Barbed Wire. '.,. 4 ,.. ',,roll.$24.95roll.$69.95, .. ,I

RealtorFormerly 'Interest SJorrlna at 4HJ"{1JX' Field Fence.. . f.,.... ,

rorlnformetlon.Also hove Lets Acreage For Sale 3-$14" posts. .,1.?. ?. ',..... .,.ea.r,95 1,>Vour".|f.,And Say.c

FAULKNER REALTY C.II 954.6853 Pens colci Bahla.yu .50 Ib..$29 ,: : s i": I i ''I

_. J CALL US FOR; BULK,/ .SPREADING,i .'1' I ,

964-5065 -- :w.lh.'riod.-- .. Plumbing.l ;Supplies' "' ,, Rf!.
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'30 .2 ac septic > +. -- I'
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221 Lafayette Across from WishboneAflqpFrl. ...' fenceposts In. low j '
I. 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m..12' noon down w/terms. From :r. ],

349.402'' Ac. Waterfront,
*LARGE ACREAGE-100 and up. Prim location, priced right 'pasture, pecan grove, The Manogement'and"Staff' Durrance .. :,
*HIGHWAY 301 FRONTAGE-Approx, aOff, 20 Ac. 10. home ft barn Inc. 1 :
0 house cattleborn .
; -reom .
10 ACRES-$2.000 per acre Hwy. 301 frontage. ,and much more. /:; k': : ,- : 'I'Of'' ;1.. ', ,' | > Pump .
*ALMOST NEW-UNIQUE DESIGN:4 BR home with many extras 10 Ac.*. \'o"L1..r. t

*PRIME LOCATION.Hwy 16 W. Frame home, priced right. : 1352-3 BH, ; 2V4 Waterfront.BA English .1 Southern; Villa Apartments ,; ._- : ':
Co. '
Tudor on I Supply : .
_.
lot In Greaf location.. : :
*LIKE NEW.C.m.nt block. 3 BR. 2 BA ham.on large town. level A '.
3-story split ,
PRIVACY-Approx. 10 Act with trees. North of Keystone. 17900. homeowner1 dream 1 ...''Il". : "" U.S. 30f N..iN ,, \
: \' \ c N. TempleStarke.
*LARGE FRAME HOME-in good location with separate garage apartment and cote f fir
f
'
home rlrd $139,000. 964-7061
.. f \ .Plor''' < JJ JJt .
express their! ,,deepest2apprecatfon < :.... ....
CONCRETE BLOCK eR, 2 BA.:Nice yard, quiet neighborhood. $41,000. :5> Would'llke/ to : 3% '. '"'''T::::: ,r

*APPROX. I MILE OUT Of CITY LIMITS-tovely. 4 ac., (lice brick house completely furnished te.gtlens' :and' . with workshop and large shed. Green house. Owner financing. .' .. t tI / J.to. : I. UfVyJI PrleWFor : r
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*DREAM HOME-Wlth all the trimmings. Excellent location, maintenance-free, nice tt t Stare 'forfti helrl'Q / x: 'iiA i"MTt/. Wafer HcoUri, ," .
of -
landscaping flagstone on porch floor Beautiful master BR and both' I I Z>butnepeople' ; :t: Water Pumps; ...
*3 BR. 1 BA-Walklna distance to all stores. Priced at $24.900 : I t tI a And Oilier s.wal"ll; / S

*RAIFORD-3 BR, 1, BA. Price reduced to $20.500.' '? I MN.Tempi' Ave.Starke t tI OV ng .suppo j makingpfhe 5-. t\\ ," .
*EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING on this 2 'R..l BA house In town. i Villas } J'' .
,Ft$2O1 of ; .
Si&Htiern' .
*HWY 301 NORTH.Handyman special reduced to. $12.000 I 'I rent-up.: #<' 'I ," ". .
W1i'1WLi" .
'*LARGE COUNTRY STYLE HOUSE with 40 acres. Barn,fencing, lovely setting'' with I STROUTMALTY I .' 'l
j 100 pecan tree. "'' 1,'' :f#jYw. L', "JS/oi-ke suc a aucc.ss : "'" 1.I 1.h j 1. a

*. NOW IS THE! TIME TO PURCHASE A LAKE LOT WE HAVE UVERAll. I a 'j fp :l t ; i: ,t
1 'ASSOCIATES. : McoercMATtoMOKM t 1001 Southern Villa* DrIve : iy,.,: L! T r '
IRENE fAULKNER 964-5143 SUSAN, FAULKNER 533-2901 '(Located an Hwy I It West); : ;

JIM TOMPKINS 431.1255 ''LOU YOUNG 964.752S 9Ul9St" 471-309 t Starke lorlda 37tH;;' .", '.- ', '' I When You NeedK fthlnrlrK ; 1

BOB MATHEW3%4-nef 44t.lno Cali for Feat $. t' .+f I I "'

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Keystone Heights Ads. FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE

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.. .. ._ .- ". : SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PtlMPSl PVC
: ,, 17PT. SHASTA TRAVEL TKAU.M- Ready to 2 MICHEUN 'RADIAL. TOES *lp jt.17,5
HELP WANTEDSTYLIST MISCELLANEOUS :; ,1. pipe and fittings. Water softeners. roll, fully .elf-contoined. AC; hear, Xiihtithdt .h9dxrl50ptl4dpksUsed,
LOSTFOUNDLOST Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hg" shower Sleeps 6. Many extras opprok.''t'$. .&.owe o 'new. $85"
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed ,,If.: 473.40061/5 rfnchfl 473-4773. Itchg 5/10 each. 473-2259, Itpd 5/10
NEEDED for newly expanded APRIL $ Red 6 gal. outboard motor meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open AT TACK RATi BUY, SELL TRADE: I'IANOWurllta.,, S yr*. old. $750, or best SHETLAND PONY and toddle. Little lake
facility. Must b. experienced In all tank on Big lake Santa F. Also large meetings Friday B p.m. Alonon, Mon- ':. located 2 blkt n. of red light. HWY 21. olt.,. 473-7866. Itchg 3/10 Gen.vO'Rd. Pony In front yard Hpd
phases of cosmetology, Doris' Hair grey tabbly cot, male, short bob tall. day R p.m. All meeting at Educational OPEN: W.d..Sat.6.. household: ItU HONDA 6)0 Night HowL$200 1110...
Clinic. Contact Lois Olsen, 4732211. Call 473.2195 or 475-2518 2tpd 5/10-17 Building Community' Church 473-2790 ;. Glassware, old jewelry, down take over payments. 4737677.. '
./19'5/246tchg; 0,475.2130s tfnchg .-'t", good, china, furniture, mlscel. items W4 TRAVEL TRAILER 1 13''/ F5.11; : HOUSES FOR SALEWHITE
CASHIERNIghts. partllme, weekends r.qulr.d. I PERSONAL SERVICES OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dun g3.11B3.3/IS tfnchg Contained iuir both ileeps'Foif), air :, .
Apply In person! at Chevron fees or weigh In*. Open meeting :,' AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place your and heat. Never used 4733942.SS.SOO. < SANDS LAKES at Keystone
Food Marl SIM 100 i 21 belw..n'am. Tuesay's, 7:30 p.m. Community Church ." ord... Need extra Income? Call us for Itchg 5/10 ," "I'< Heights BUILDER-QWNED 3BR. 2Bath

3 p.m..Man. thru Fri. 5/3 tfnchg CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, Educational Building Keystone 1SFT details. 473-3671.5/10 tfnchfl VITO ALTO SAX. like new $.450 o*'will home on beautiful, acre. Greotrc-om,
HEAD TEACHER Episcopal Early Learning kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Heights. 473-2790. 1/5 tfnchg BOAT Ilk. new 85 hp Evlnrude/ ,trade for used piano; 12 If. bottom gomeroom. stone fireplace. :2-cor
Center. BA-Early Childhood Educa Reasonable price Call 473-4018 after BINGOiAMERICAN LEGION HALL-Post $3.000.473.2054. Itpd 5/10 aluminum boat 9.3 hp Evlnrude, S60O; garage, and workshop. MUST..SEE TO
tion. 964 6126., 8:30 ,.m. 12:30. 2tchg 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 202 'SR21'north' Keystone Height KEYSTONI BlUC BSTATES-2BR. 1V4B and 27000 ITU air conditioner; $125. BELIEVE. Dream Home. BY OWNER.
'_ 0 CARPET AND VINYL repairs; and Installation Sat. 7 p.m.; Sun., 2.5 p.m.: Mon. t Norwegian Brick, central H/A largeS Cal1473.2411.ltpdS/l0 '., ColI'389.7121:16 tfncha ,
FOR RENT *. Free ..lImol... Ten year percentage games. 7.10 p.m. Public In- GR, laundry garage, proch cypress SiAHS CHEST FREEZER. $200.: tow,bar LAKEFRONTi SBR, IBoih home with 'living
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for vited. 3/29 tfnchg fence, storage shed. Walk to golf $25; 2 tv'ln mattresses for camper $8 room, fireplace with Iniert.'. central

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Craig. 1/3 tfnchg .',. course. ASSUMABLE ItVt PERCENT each. 473-3343. Itpd 5/10 air, tarpet; large kitchen with range,
,4. REALTY.REALTOR HANDYMAN kinds of home repairs, YARD SALE' MORTGAGE, W/ll,500down./ $46,500 TAPPAN MICROWAVEovert''{ :' refrigerator, 6nd dishwasher. Dock,
Rental Property Available mobilehome repairs, and fix-up needs. 5/10-473.2538.v.nings and weekend. Itpd temperature probe and ''cloch) Bronct! "' 'garden Space.' OWNER! FINANCE

ZONED COMMERCIAL On HWY 21'.In No lob too umall. Minor plumbing FRIDAY-SATURDAY, May 1112. Cornerof new. Never been. used.$275.473.22591, '::. 450004732456.' 5/3-102tchg
Keyctone, SBR. iBath home, $400/mo.: repair Cleaning service light haul. live Oak Ave and Oriole St.. .
JBR, t Bath COTTAGE on Lake Brooklyn .i..' Ing. Call Jim 473-3671. day or evening., Costume jewelry, antique footed both Starke : '
1/12 ; .
Ads. .
furnished. $250/mo. For more |nlo,+'.. CARPENTRY/MASONRY tfnchg. tub. Itpd 5/10 I. more .
calls '. ',,f, WORKt Patios, FRIDAY SATURDAY 8 a.m. 3 p.m.. 621 .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. additions, remodeling homes, and tile Orange Av., between Jasmine and'' ; ., ) r
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Realtor.. 473-4961 5 Work. Fr.4/5 estimates. 473-4473 before Pecan Streets. Look for signs off Or. '" PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT .,, 11, WANTED

2/16 tfnchg CARPENTER p.m. tfnchg. chid. Itchg 5/10 r:. 'j 'I I II '

JBR mod.rn,,. IBATH-appliances.unfurnished house.d.corr';AH ,'' INGS/WEEKENDS AVAILABLE Doors, paneling EVEN., SATURDAY Club Estates.May Follow 12, 8 the a.m.sla.ns.1tpd Keystone EXPERIENCED PAINTERt Neat work. Interior NICI ROOM with private bath. 9646035. ,AXLES I TIRES Two axles and four lire.
Cut.
porches, general repair. Call Tom BIO 9 12 : or exterior Free estimates. 12/22 tf",. + Highest price paid. Green's Welding
CH/AC, S300/mo. Coll 1-744-9343.; SALE-Saturdoy a.m. noon. '
BRIGHT,,SUNNY ROOM with bath. Shop 301
<473.7505.5/3..02tpd Reasonable rate with good Opposite South Starke FL. t64.5007.
5/10.17 Camille, next to St. Anne's Episcopal ."
DAY AND SUMMER CARI-ln home. reference Call 9645177. 1/05 tfn. Starke Post Office. Ask for Mr. 11/03 tfnchg '
NEW SBR: 2BATI4 HOUSE lake1. Hutchlnson my Church. Fill a bag for $1: Spring cleanIng "
on Close to Keystone school Call SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All lyons .Must see to appreciate. Affordable AXLES ft TIRES For mobile homes. Olln's
unfurnished, c.ntlaH/A{ ,,' 473-7529.,4tchg 5/10-31 bargains galore. Itchg 5/10 y' makes cleaned oiled and adusted.| rates. *.. "" Mobil.! Home. Soles. Call( 9645606.
carpet. $400/mo, plus deposit. $15, Work guaranteed James UKE NEW 3 ER. 1 BA C. HOME with 2.6. 10/13 ,
473-2054. Itpd 3/10 CARS, TRUCKS Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and acres On GrlfflsLoop.; Stork.. WANTED TO BUY-HOME OR LOT on
RENT OR LEASE TO OWN' -CoPy lakeside LAND FOR SALE & BOATS Hwy. 16. Storks '12/2 tfn ,S300.$325/mo.9645' 5/03 tfn V't,, Hampton, Lake from 'owner.. No
house w/Hr.ploc..xtra: large ,large: CHAIN 'LINK PENCE! Installed. Free COMFQRTABLt 'HOME ,WITH LOTS OP ",..realtors ,please. Call, 4734971.. ItpdSubscribe
screen porch plus attached appart. BROOKLYN LAKE 100 900 ft. estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. STORAGE ''Rented month to month 5/10':

ment._"i Call_ 1-2620071._ 5/lOrfnchg. Lots of trees, MUST sell immediately. I4FT. FISHING BOAT-CACCI CRAFTt Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559.3/29 basis $350/mo.. $350/dep. 964.5610.\ "
| V.ry' reasonable, 473-3193. 5/3-24 Good condition with 10HP Evlnrude tfn' 4/26 tfn : ?, /
WANTED 4tchg motor;ond tilt trailer, $1,050. CIII,1/ I'ii' BOOKKEEPING CONSUlTANTl Need ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTHS
BROOKLYN LAKE ACCESS LOT 1 acre 473.2692 4126 tfncha ,help with your bookkeeping but don't W/SwImmlng pool. Maid service?,
VACATION TIME! Need someone to fill .Very reasonable. Call 47331935324., I need a full or part time employee? I linens Included Restaurant and loungeon HELP WANTED
in for secretary/receptionist? 4tchg ," PETS can help) 473-2950 or 964. -8588. 4/12 premises Utilities Included
References. Call 473-2898 after 5:30: .' :r .'" tin S300/mo. Free parking Econo lodge. of, tfOUSEK EP R/COMPANIONi Free room
p.m. 54tfnchgUnion) AKC REGISTERED CHOW PUPPY Call JERRY'S ELECTRICAL! Reasonable prices Starke, 964-7600. 5/03 tfn and board, salary exchange I for
90"-282.0903. 4/12 tfn Free estimates.; 24-hr, service, 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME A/C. Large light domestic duties' ,CPR required;
1\ __ 4681119. Hampton 4/19 4tchg $/'0t shady yard t miles from Slor..... $175 468.2619.4/19 tfn "
"" MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King lze. plus $100 deposit 9646479. Itpd 5/10 HAIRSTYLISTS ,Male, or Female. ; ex.
Count}V Times Ads. Also have quilts for sale, assarted HOUSE INSIDE CITY LIMITS 3 BR, 2 BA perlenced In cut and blow.tyl...Applyat

j:.. "" "., size and design. Betty Hlldebrand CHSA.: Call for appointment. Available Family Hair Designers 144 W, Call
:- 964.8122.5/03 Stchg 5/31 Immediately. Call 964-7071. 5/10 tfn St., 9647303.26 tIn .
YARD SALE MISCELLANEOUS : RELIABLE HONEST CHRISTIAN COUPLE FURNISHED EFFICIENCY APARTMENTi LOOKING FOR MUSICIAN Interested In
HELP WANTED will care for your plants pet, yard,' Utilities Included. $160 plus $175 sec.,. starting a C a W bond. Particularly boss
etc. In your absence. Write P.O. Box dep. No pets 964-807D. Itpd 5/10 player, Call 473-7502; after,5 p.m. 5/03
MOVING SALE 875 N.W. 3rd St, right MISCELLANEOUS- Gremlin (Loaded) GOVERNMENT. JOBS Thousands of 1332. Storks, Fl 32091. giving your THREE ROOM AND BATH FURNISHED 3tchg S17GOVERNMENT
b.hlnd'n.w Jiffy and laundry Mat. Topper For Ford Carrier Topper Large vacancies must be filled Immediately. phone number.5/03 4tpd 5/24 APT $160 mth plus $75 dep. Lights and JOBS|
Thurs. 12:00-tlll. Fri. 00-tlll.: Appllances Bed (Panelled and Insulated) for Chev. $17,634 to 50112. Call 1168426000.Ext. LAWN MOWING SERVICE We will mow hot water furnished No pets, $S16.5S9-S50.553/yeor.. 'Mow hiring.
furniture, adult and kids Truck Couch In good condition. For 35625 2-pd 4/3-10 any size lawn'- whether It I I. large or 9648071. Itpd 5/10 Your area. Call 1-800-637-6000. ext.
,clothing much much morel 1-chg .more Informatoon call 431.1 i60 after PROCESS MAIL AT HOMEl. $7500 per .mall. Anywhere In Bradford or Union OFFICE SPACES Suitable for medical of- R5504.303 3tpd 5/17'
LACROSSE MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE '4.30: p.m. hundred) No Experience Part or full counties or adjoining areas. Phone flc... Available June 15. Parking SR-21 NEED, EXPERIENCED COUPLE! to work on
,,Saturday May 12. 9:00-3:00 In covered time. Start Immediately. 'D.tall-send 485-1861 or lend us a card to George N. Keystone Shops. 4737707. 5/10 tfn chicken farms House furnbh Salary,
'.h.d across from :post office. Old INSURANCE elf-addressed stomped envelop to Hoyt ft Son P.O. Box 116, Brooker, .FL PANELLED OFFICE AND RECEPTION Call 468.1493. Itchg 5/10
Quilts; linen, craft., collectibles; C.R.I.'6092. P.O. box 3149. Stuart. Fl 32622. S/104tpd 5/31 AREAS Available June 15. Parking HAVE TEACHING ABILITY? Need 5
;household Items; kid, stuff, vegetables 33495.;4-pd 4/19-5110' DEPENDABLE MIDDLE AGED LADY will SR-21 In Keystone Shop. 5/10 tfn ,-fr motivated ,,people .to teach nutrition
:AND load. morel 1 MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. do housecleaning. Weekdays. Lowtey ONI BEDROOM TRAILER In the county 10.15 hour a week. Pt.'time potential.
FAMILY YARD SALE Beside, Parrish's lake Avenue, lake Butler 496-3978. FOR RENT or Starke area. 782-3247. Itpd S/IO Completely furnished. Air and lights, $600-$11 OO/month. Call) Marie,
,store Saturday May 12. Curtains, Complete Insurance Service. TFN. S WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMEl Monday. $60 per week Graham. 4851371. 3/10 782-3790.5/10 2tpd 5/17
,Bedspreads, baby cloths, fireplace Friday Day. only. 9644357.5/10 2tpd 2tpd 5117 HEAD TEACHER Episcopal Early Learn.
screen toys and many others. 1-cha REAL ESTATE TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 5/17 LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONTS BRJyi l) ing Center. BA-Early Childhood Education.
3/10 RENT Union County TIm.*. 150 STARKE LAWN SEIVICEi Call 964-6346. BA. C/AC Carpet drapes, oppllan ... .964.6126, 8.30 til 12:30. 5/10 2tchg
'Main Street Lake Butler. Phone Reasonable. Itpd 3/10 $150 deposit $300 per month', 5/17
LOOKING
FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP PROPERTY ,
496-2261 for Information TFN 4/1 964-5663. 473-2636. 1tpd 5/10 +
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening TRAIL MOTEL ft RESTAURANT Is now
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have It, "I'll find it Just
FORSALE ask. JANE S. FURNISHED MOBILE HOME 2 BDRM, 2 service, circular hand, carbide, chain FURNISHED HOUSE Clean three rooms taking applications for position In
USHER REALTOR. 8TH, all electric, central air 1 acre lot mower blade hollow ground and with bath. 2 miles out of town. No pets motel and restaurant. Apply in person
496-2126
or 4%-2903, "YourUnion "
eves. no pet, $200 per month plus security balanced. Leave at Jackson Building 9647470ltpd5/10 ," only. Lowtey. Itchg SIlO
tUPPIES AKC Shetland Sh..pdog puppies County Realtor." 8/04 tfn deposit. 4%-2975, if no answer Supply In Storks, Keystone Height' or LOW RENTAL EFFICIENCY Carpet 'AC MANAGER Pep-O Food Store.i Is' now
(Toy Collies) 12500. Phon. 4963087. 2-chg 5/3-10 lake Butler. TFNchg utilities paid. No children or pets'On taking applications \pplf 620 $.
496.2846 ufn 3/22 : PERSONAl SERVICES THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT Fenced GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors,.windows, 301 S. Siesta Apt.. 964-7589. Itpd 5/10; Walnut Street. 4/05 tt.t
STRAWBERRIES U-picir 50 cents a quart back yard. $123 month Security etc, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY f ><,
-we pick 75 c.nt. a quart. Go 3 miles DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK deposit required. Phone 4962179. 964.6078. Orders also token In Lake 'i" ANNOUNCING
:$ 'Q", ,Of\,!21. slgnorj right,.,.. Package' deal; 'w.II..drl: d..';water J.-piI 5/1g, .,' "I" ; ,' "".' Butler 496-3079, qnd /Keystone Classified Ads Jf" ,
uth9119p! $i>"; :! JI.: Sumps'' "new.j,"" ,.tolhitlW''vt.J..ptM:....,., i ;.qj'DI I !1dlVO; ,,, yvylilglwwaulm: '' "IriQtt..73 49Z3.2/24In': ;"..*' l.p t'R lI"'"...sr ?...ot\ .;. l to a.. M"4.' "netK"q'I ri.., .u, ,, .... .
cf.m1: .k. Phone' 62.1711.2t hg tr.W1 tdnki: groin ,.Ids and ItftJstoHonMobile ', ;q- '/I'; '''. 't. >t ,4! J*rFAMILYHAIEDISIGHkRS ? '.'*""1', 'rf: ..' rnn4h.L'.1.4ih. : 1..'" 4*:SoftophonetMut.lplonaiorgor1inetruc'FLORI : / /
3/3-10 ham.poles available. All work 's rI6 l V, ? 144 West Call S,. 964-7103 tlori, at Bradford Music Center. For Information
OPEN DAYS A WEEK County Line Furniture guaranteed call Tommy Dormon "" Open Tues.-Frl. 9 tit SiM LAND ,,
Sol. Washing machines, 2752151. UFN 9/1 ,'" .... -9 AM til 3PM call
refrigerators stoves, stove element CUSTOM MADE Draprles, Valance and Lak. Butter: .,. Appts. Not Always Necessary REALTY '964.7391964'770p
most clothes cents each, other Items Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for 1tin :-
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SR-229 to sign th.n right on Boyc. Rd. 929NETTLES .. ;1' WANT TO DRINK? ) ; .
TREE SERVICE Tree removal and THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS '
located In tin bam oh left. 2752908. ''I
1-pd 5/10 pruning. Also firewood oak and pin., II WANTTO STOP THAT'S OURS 393 N. Temple Ave. Paul. Nugent, Jr.
for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. Alcoholic.moue Vernie P. Odom/Broker-
'SFORD PICKUP. 3/4 ton. run, needs '
some work. $550. 496-3193. 1--pd 5/3 ufn 12/22 964-41 SO 964-5434 964-6894 GRl "' '

'.,BUILDING MATERIALS Big Bear Log HOUSE CLEANING let me clean your, Now Accepting Application 496-3226 ContractingWiring
Home's, log Kit Sal., 10 percent house for you. Phone Kathy Careen. Special
manufacturer's rebate on all models White at 4963401. l-r-chg 5/10 I for 1 Bedroom Apts.. A FOR RENT -3' BR. 1 BA CHSA, Nice ,. 1 Building
'love thousands on your' home. Coma RAND J CONTRACTORS Plumbing'repair I area. $30,000.
Into horn office 7400 Pin. Forest Rd, pump out septic tanks, electric Lake But1er.Apts. e.4 BR.Good float, plan Residential! &, .
repair' Remodeling work and new MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK.
Pensacolo Fla. or call 904944-2972 $27.500 Commercial( .RemodelingLAWSON
lOOS S.W.eth Street
construction. Phone 964-4897 or Mobile 'homes and for rent.Recreational '
op.n 9:00-9:OOMon.-Frl.; 9.00-6.00: Sot. Lake Butler, F10ridtlI' 'space BLDG: Call for ,
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2-chg 5/10.17 485-1132. vehicle welcome. Phone details.
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11914 TYPE TEN CAVALIER Fully loaded. LAWN. MOWING SERVICE We will| mow 468.2912.9/16 tfn ,181 Ac., Graham. Good Mobile Home Services
Take Bryant any size (lawn whether .It I I. large or FEATURES MOBIL HOMES FOR RENTS One mile .
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over payment Danny hunting area.2't 190Amp. ., .? ,, ,, ,200 Amp.
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small. Any where In Bradford or Union from Stark. limit Clean. Hwy 16, '
496-2152. 1-cha .CwitrolttooltAIr ".1_*fallot' frm_. >. city Ac. With 200 on f50' $250
Counties or adjoining areas Phone .. 'W. Call 46.1323.10/01 tfn. '. ,
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FREEZER AND REFRIGERATOR UprightWestlnghous Wall Wall Cercallna In Clan
," Avocado IS cubic ft. 485-1861 or send us a card to George L. .Custom"porn .Cob(.TV Conn. llof>i CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for ,an'. On County Rd. Zoned trailers ,' .,cAitr ,; :'*, ''?'ttw j .: a
.A .r>..Wa....Sewer I T......S... Good BuildingAcreage 'f. .
with bottom Hoyt and son P.O. Box 116 Brooker Fl32622.4pd Mocking 510. trd Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call '
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ft..z r. Nice refrigerator' 5/10-31/84 .laundry foclllll.. _full.MalMtMinc4QK.11J1 .. Country Club Area. Anytime: >\'
freezer. 496-2628 1 5/10 4681323. 10/07 tfn. '
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[NEW HOME/HAVING EQUIPMENT. WILL DO ODD JOBS Painting yard work, kPor nuonol Monea..nr STUDIO APARTMENT!'Weekly, monthly -5 AC.-476' on 301 South.( 964-6398' VWE :
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Lake Area and school Prices range from $2,950 to

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Upgrade your present ( Factory Trained! Mechanic All Work Guaranteed *SILVER, RIDGE % Ac. lots on high,rolling
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FL, SUbScribe: I (Ju--i L I building site*,on newly paved County Rood., Finance your new 1ioiTie :With the people !

((904)) 282-0071 /Keystone Heights: 'Lake.Community Special water term Some. overlooking. Indian you already know:,and .trust at' ERA"Real l'

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473-2210 ...PAIlAOt:5E.VIIiW: ft KEYSTONE : Estate., .
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[ Carpet. fARY 99 StIItht rd. t. *MOBILE HOME LOTS: V/t Ac. on paved road. attractive;.rates.and ,16werthan-usual' monthly, i
$14' .: From $309 down and$60 per mo. Only 7 left I 11 I ,;. .
I Ree \ ,1,2L4nliodntA1fkle *20 ACRES PlUSi Surrounded by1 payments, And, we'll[make,sure,.your:. loan, .
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0 S Ac,52.000dawnl. at $40.060 cash or$43.000 terms goes through without delay. ..a V;

,59' S.A, WelI1 septic $3.300 COMMERCIAL LOTS AVAILABLE: On major .
Discover all possibilities.Come
Whole; House $pac JIIUv./,,(., ...:; rw.3 *'.). ,. highway. will finance at lOVtX Interest. yourtilortgage" .

: 591" STATELY OLDER. HOMC-2 *GOLF COURSE LOTS M to 1.5 Ac. In the most to ERA for:low'intere-st'loans' with your:

Carpet Dyed (.1,U> .. ''. '''''Hl ,. .' ''" 4 *'' front "'porches,'.' "beoutllulthodV .. beautiful area of the Keystone Golf'Course. 'interests at heart. % "t. ', :; .J" ,
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Furniture Cteaned (....I .. :. ,." ,\ .", .",''''' ,, tree* .dtsp.I *GOLF CLUB DRWEAc.! .lets with wide frontage 'j'"t',.,...,.... .: :r ... ,1.
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ObituariesWillis ; ressionsOur of 5ympathy'ghown' 118 duro Herbert Louth The Family pt Ruby "Louise"
v v;,;fe ing the loss oC our beloved. wife and Mrs.;,;Kertene Hager, Parm.ntr to ep'r..e
We wish to eacht ofXrpu. mother Corrine J..u\lth.' Mr and Mrs. Larry Louth w4shes
friends their heartfelt' thanks to all whoet.nd
our who Mrs. Sanda
u'tllmll many dicj'sd'hiuch Kolning!
I. Carr ; for us during our recent tl.'oWiri\he special thanks to the conifprting sympathy
Willis Ivey Carr, 84, of Keystone Survivors Include two sisters, Mrsj pallbearers the Masonic .
Order
loss of loved the and
our : help In their recent .brrow.
.Harvey
Anna Metzker of Wichita one ,
Kansas
Heights, died Thursday morning, and Williams .. Shrine Organization, The Eastern Cord of Thanks .
May 3, in Alachua General Hospital) 'Mrs. Mary' Kiausman oir Cuba. Kansas Your love for him and for. Which: Star The Elks LQdge and the ladies of Health & Rehabilitative For the beautiful! floral offerings
Gainesville, following a brief illness. ;i several nieces and nephews; anda was expressed with flqwerlL.jroodvisits thse organizations for their food. Services Office gifts of food, and other
Born in Allen County. .Ohio. Mr. close friend Eugene Chascn of kindnesses, hey are deeplygrateful
cards and
from Hampton.Funeral. comforting A. special thanks to the United Wishes to thank T G'& Y Store and ,
Carr moved to Keystone Heights : '
services will be held messages have comforted our,hearts Methodist.Church manager Robert Ward for their
Jacksonville in M72. He was retired at 2 "* of Keystone, the
than tell .
11 more we can you ,; neighbors of generous donation of Easter baskets
Coastline Railroad with p.m. Friday May at graveside the Keystone Club
from Atlantic and was a with Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. We thank you, too, for your:prayersan Estates and.other friends.As which were given to the children of ---
of service
49 member years of the Keystone United Burial will be in Hampton Cemetery we ask our loving God to richly sure as there is a God in Heaven the Community Day Care Center !
Methodist Church. under the direction of.:Jones Funeral' bless you even as you have been a through Christ our Mother, my Children's Services, Bradford '
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.On- Home of Starke. blessing Gratefully to each Yours of,us. Wife, our heartfelt thanks to you. Health Area.Department and Reno' ProJect Want Ads Get Results (

nie Lou Hawkins Carr of Keystone The llfir'"y Williams Family I
Heights: one son. Raymond W. Carr I ,
orP'rlnktinSprlngs,Ga.; one brother, :
Family .
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Byron Carr of Lima Ohio; three
grandchildren and two great grand- ;

children.Funeral services were held at 2 "DESIGNY RM!

pm.Keystone Saturday United Methodist May 5. in Church the THE lABEL !I

with Rev. David Landers and Rev.
Robert Carr officiating. Burial was in I Ii
Restlawn Memorial Park, Jackson- i '
ville, under the direction of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. .

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Mrs. Bessie Vessie Proft Halek, 72, I
of Hampton, died Monday afternoon
May 7, in Bradford Hospital Inc.
following a brief illness. brands and i.
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; i.. Motorcycle riders have_to pass separate examination- for: license, ..; ,

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Beginning October l, Florida's i I",
I 400,000 motorcycle riders will have to Nearly 400,000 motorcyclists are affected Alternate MOST. knowledge tests. reduce motorcycle accidents motorists.
by the new licensing and in- A national, private, non
I <*( pass a separate motorcycle test in ad- ment. To require- The MOST consists of eight exer- juries the Foundation has profit Is
date,lm programs organization MSF sponsoredby
than
: i (ditlon to their normal examination the riders 10 Percent of cises that test skills needed to ride The Motorcycle Safety In rider education, licensing
i unless their driver license contains an their endorsement.in Florida have.applied for safely in traffic: sharp turn, accelerating Foundation's purpose is Improving ment, public information improve and five motorcycle manufacturers:
endorsement (sticker) to permit The new and slowing in a turn, nor- the safety of motorcyclists on the na research. These programs are Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, SUzuki
i motorcycle operation. requirement results from mal stop, quick stop on a- tion's streets and
This can only legislation highways. To designed for both motorcyclists and and BMW.
in 1983. Before the
; be accomplished by going to a driver law, Florida passed straightaway and on a curve, turning
,I, license office. states was one of only five speed selection and obstacle ,'
that did not require .
separate avoidance.The
A new law permits Florida licensed '
I drivers to obtain a driver's motorcycle endorsement on regular Alternate MOST-to be used at ** *}$
dorsement without an motorcycle examination en- licenses. Florida's high smaller examiniing sitescombines $&
if motorcycle accident rate was one exercises from the MOST and the -, ,
they apply at a driver license office ;
reason for
passing the law.
before October. A motorcycle test, The 1981 rate of licensing Motorcycle Rider Course, a training
549 motorcycle accidents -
,i; including a written and a driving test, program for new motorcyclists. It
per 10,000
motorcycle consists of making a sharp turn,
will bn required for those who do not 'registrations in per-
have, endorsement FLorida was 77 per- forming a normal stop and a quick '
j prior to October .cent above the national that r Showy
average stop avoiding an obstacle, shifting
1st to be authorized
to In .
motorcycle. operate a year.accounted 1982 for Florida motorcyclists gears, weaving through a series of ., 'MwuKittNOwirt.!..,,
nearly 10 of all
I "Less than 45,000 riders have taken' traffic fatalities in the percent traffic cones and performing a
state; national U-turn. love her in
advantage of the 'grandfather clause'so ly, motorcyclists represent only three The Motorcycle you away
Operator Skill Test
far, said ,
Robert A Butterworth, percent of all
vehicles
in
the traffic
was evaluated in a four-year study in
Executive Director
of the Department population. shell
remdmben
i of \ California and shown to reduce .
Highway
Safety and Motor Florida's L14r
new licensing system will
motorcycle accidents of licensed
newly -
Vehicles. "A real have _
problem will the '
occur following
I components after 'riders d
by 15 percent when compared -
: license with the offices added unless volume in our driver October-A 1: with the accident records of This Mother's Day, give her a,memory she'll Always ,,
I more experienced motorcycle operator's manual license applicants who look the stan- treasure.-'a hug and a gift from Hallmark. .,r
Oct.motorcycle 1," he continued.riders come in before The will be manual given,to all license applicants. dard California licensing test. To date ., r V This beautiful,Hallmark photo album is .- < ''ry
designed to ,conform ''
15 states use the MOST at all >' .
: The law some or \.f.fI f P perfect for all of Mom's favorite
gives the With all
Florida
experienced traffic laws, will in- '
their .
sites. The r
examining Alternate
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riders I I'I any ,
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to
way continue riding a struct riders on rules of the road, safe MOST is used W'
by 22 states. ManyVstates : ,
motorcycle without another examination motorcycling 11,I Gift-boxed, just $18.00. \ ."!
techniques and
sharing like Florida, use both tests, "
but only If they get the endorsement the road with other vehicles.A depending on the space available at ... :*,., ,,;I/.n.
before ,: L. .
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knowledge test, basedon particular licensing stations. .
"There is a fee of up to,$4 depending the motorcycle operator manual, Staff of the Motorcycle Safety' :" %:: ) *.
on how many years is left on therider's will be administered to all motorcycle Foundation will assist Florida Division ; I ,' ,
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present Florida driver license applicants.An of .\':."
Driver Licenses officials in im-
I license," said CW. Keith, Director of on-cycle riding skills test will plementing the new 1984 HaIImF GAU N c !,., -"iJ, ).,..
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i the Division of Driver License. He be given to all motorcycle license ap- -Training examiners in administerIn ., ,.J-!'" 'ft,.."'
joined Mr. Butterworth in recommending plicants. The six, counties with the and .n i ,: j,>;..'1' ; ."itt
scoring the knowledge an. \ ,,,, "
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get motorcycle reglstratio skills tests.Assisting. {f '''' ''<<: ;;"
no-test endorsement early and avoid figures (< : "
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inconvenience of Palm Beach.. Dade and laying out and setting up the new .':\ Shop :: f'\J.1'i'J\\ :
another Broward
f taking test. ) will use the Motorcycle '
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is the time to do it. Don't wait until the Transportation and the Motorcycle manual and knowledge tests. ". .:: ." :
last minute. After Oct I, be prepared Safety Foundation. All remaining 61 -Assisting the state' in purchasing '." r "I.r'1'.r': ,:. \ w..< "uIu"'i., ft"jf... .: ,, ..'w..,' !;.J, rk' .'$,," :' t.< .S;: "..... /'.",,' ..:...... ..
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to pass a complete test for a motorcycle. counties in the state will use a the necessary equipment and supplies, t t;; i '311it'. ,, ?t.1/.> ,;,..t'.K;-1f'; ,; : 5j.i; *-/ r ::.'; ;'""}('( )!,\t I" 4' .\ .
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UCI Inmate Flower Show
annual dinner for the leaders of Troop leader Pauline Carter then pin-
Girl Scouts in Bradford-Union ned on their Girl Scout pins. They all
Neighborhood Is all set for May 15 at sang, "Make New Friends." a
the First United Methodist Church at The ceremony ended with scouts Features Bonsai 17Mark
May
6:30: p.m"' and families together singing, 'Go
The cost of the dinner will be $4, Well and Safely."
payable advance or call me and tell Y your calendar for Thursday, The event is open to the public
me to reserve a place for you. Troop 398 ((1st and 2nd grades) ti" May 17 through Saturday May 19. without charge Each Visitor will
Cadettes are planning a rummage sponsor-Keystone United Methodist Those are the dates or Union Correctional receive a free plant as well as expert
sale for May 12, proceeds to go to Church 'I Institution's 24th annual flower advise and! anawers to questions.
Ronald McDonald House. If you wantto Scouts include Christel Adams, show, at Raiford, Florida.
contribute, please contact any Nicole Austin, Mandy Colding, Kelly Hours for the show are Thursday,
Cadette, Joyce Sutton or Carolyn Criswell, Amanda Davenport, Coleen The featured plant this,year is bon noon to 9 p.m.; Friday, I 9 a.m. to 9
Eaves. Delate, Virginia Doolen, Kendra sai. Other divisions are bromeliads p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m to 3 p.m.
Funderburk, Margaret Gilbert,Lieba agloitemias ferns, hanging baskets, Signs will direct visitors to the show
Keystone Heights Grogan .C rtaty Joyeusaz, KimMedTock i' plants in wood, house plants,betiding which will be held at the Employee
Angela Signore,Heather ... \! plants, tenariums. and. "unusual Clubhouse on' Range-Road, oft State.
,13JC1wales from Troops 398, 418,364 Smith', NIkkl. Smith, cacti. Judge from the Florida Road 18.: '" '" .
held their Court of Awards ceremonyon Thacker, Kim Tuller, Stephanie 'V '. : Federation of Garden Clubs will'\ For ''further information contact' '::
Tuesday, May 1 at the Keystone Wickham. W. Miller Education ,
)' / : award lint, second,and third place James Super
United Methodist Church. Leader-Lonnie Tuller, Cathy ...1'.t" ,. ( '1 ribbons in each cateRorv. Visor at UCI 431-1212, ext, 242,
Second grade Brownies from Troop Joyeusaz, Barbara Wickham.
398 presented the flag ceremony.
Cluster Coordinator Joanne Wyman Troop 418 (1st and 2nd grades). w..
then welcomed everyone present and sponsor-Keystone United Methodist
introduced the troop leaders. Church'
After the Brownies participated in apem Scouts include Dana Bennett,
reding and sang the ''Brownie Cameron Curry, Patricia Dreher,
Smile Song" and "Love," awards Jennifer Ingram,Melissa Little,Emily -
were given. These awards are- the Mandel Dawn Miller, Lauren 3tL'bA 964.4956
Brownie 'B' and other pateches and Motley',Reane Ilhoden,Jennifer Pur- 3't '
bades earned by the girls this year. dy. S 't
The 3rd grade Brownies from Troop Leader-Eva Miller. J ..:Ro4f
364 then flew up to Join the Junior Gril Flower Show Preparation... _
CARDS & RIFTS
Scout Troops. They lit candles Troop 364 (3rd grade) ,
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representing God. Country and sponsor-St. Williams Catholic Church Stanley Crawford( left)). Vocational Horticulture hutruclorllclpslnmate DOH'T
I mankind and the Girl Scout law. After Scouts Include Megan Dickerson, Kenneth KlomCat right) repot a Bromeliad. for the upcoming annual Flower .' Ii'fbltt Sunday
each girl received her wings from Heather Godwin, Renee Hunter, Show at I'd.' }i!:: J f oAGE / 1 .
leader Dot Rowe she walked down a Katrina Moody, Amy Redfearn, Ken- ," ,d" : May 13
path and was welcomed and escortedby da Ronquille// Mary Rucker, Judy "'Wkti"' 'j' S ._ _._
a 6th gradeJunior Scout from Seitz, Laura Sullivan. Hwy 100Soutl'l ..
Own.-Cllrl.lln.&Me".IIO"
Troop 80 or 83. Junior Girl Scout Leaders-Dot Rowe, Carolyn Hunter. .
N xl to Pirwhurat Grocery Dwlgnwr-Barbara Gloria
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News of RecordIn while license suspended, fined 5925. I
Bradford Leonette Alfreida Creager improper I !
County driver license, dismissed $10
65 traffic-criminal cases were' cost.Vincent
scheduled to appear before Judge M. McCray improper tag,
George H. Pierce in Bradford County dismissed$14 cost. .
Court April 30. The following received Van Harold Prescott no valid driver
final disposition. licenser fined$59.25.
Prescott no tag, dismissed $14.
William Harris driving while Iritox- Stacey Channing driving while
lated,fined$281.50,license suspended license suspended or revoked,pay$14 .
six months, must attend driving while cost.
intoxicated (DWI) school, 50 hours Because of our low operating costs we are able 'to plter our caps and trucks
community service work. ,supervisipn Marcus Jack Padgett, Jr. no valid
Salvation. Army. driver license, fined $59.25. lo the tfuWjc at a yry smalf flroM We can truly *
say you
Malin Lean Dick driving while In- Vernon Eugene Glisson, Jr. Improper -

toxicated suspended, 'six fined months$281.50,' attend, license DWI Frank tag Jones, $14 cost, Jr. driving while hundreds of dollar* on similarly equipped vehicles sold in Gainesville and

school, Salvation Army supervision, license suspended or revoked, fined
50 hours community work. 8550. aackSorwille* Ltf Ms fcrove it!
Phillip Wayne Hinson driving while Carol Chiappini Hughes no valid
intoxicated fined $281.50, license driver license, $10 cost.
suspended six months, attend DWI Wesley D. Willingham
school,'Salvation Army supervision, while license suspended or revoke New 84 Chevy S-10 Pickup_
50 hours community work. fined $35.50.Gary .
Claudie C. Ford driving while intoxicated Glenn Phillips driving while
fined $544, license suspendedfive license suspended or revoked, $10
years, attend DWI (school, Salvation cost. r11y..e.i vcati r7 Th :
Army supervision. Ronald Stephen Cobb driving while ?.
Brenda Cribbs Manning driving license suspended or revoked,pay$25 $ ,
while Intoxicated, reduced to wilful- cost.Cobb ,. ..
wanton reckless driving, fined $281. no tag, $14 cost.
Manning unlawful speed, fined$M. William Joey,-Faulkner, driving I .
: WiUl.nr oogers'driving whil license !suspended, fined $59.25.
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