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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04368
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The grand jury has twice question' sent its report to Judge Elzle Sanders','; ,t t''
ed Chief Jimmy Bowen During this' Who will be in the courthouse today v; ,? ,'J// I
past week:' several 'officers of his 'An accused party has 10 days to resi j ,_' "' ''I
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i .May incident: near' the Econo Lodge stabbing of William Grayer of Starke .
in which a woman*.Vickie Kirchaine, In';which the grand jury returned .a"
was alledgedly struck by a car. No: first degree murder' charge against.. I
A .charges were filed by the three police i Joanne Br zel1' ,of .JStarke Three' 'I
officers who arrived to investigate the .members, the Starke Police Depart;"' ', .' -- I

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((1I the three policemen! the incident, investigated the stabbing, returned a

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k 'i'#wing' *with'chocolate/ ; ;and J written up but not turned in until May investigation of the murder of Shane If
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"Is this the end"? earned Miss Kimutis the title of :Superintendent Tom Casey will.ex-,4 iI!<" .Cheryl Marie Furrow, daughter oft ',",. ,I 1ytrA"M:, ", '" 'Y''. "I'"',,I.', Yd /td. r ;''
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This is the theme song chosen bySi valedictorian of the Bradford High'School tend a congratulating handshake and ,, IVQ'. and Mrs!: Donald Furrow ,of.J'j \?t .. .' > ::
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are expected to graduate from this Kimutis:all of Starke, Senior class officers who have servo ;. "Julee Ann wise, daughter of Mr. ''," .. '' '.'','' / ." '. .' ,
year's class. The exact number will Catherine Ruth Roach'was chdsen ed this year include: President Steve -, and Mrs. Wallace Wise of Starke.'. ;i,;', '!'f'g

not be known until graduation day. as salutatorian( with a grade point Marshall Vice-President Mary <,"',, ';]The nine honor graduates 'those ', ..' r ,. 1,:,<\
In case of rain, the graduation average of 3.806. Catherine Ruth, DeloretJ Campbell, Secretary<< Santiris. ,,.- having a grade point average of 3.0." .'V
ceremony will be'moved to the; Bradford Roach is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ReneeWimberlyt Treasurer lana 3.4, include: Gwendolyn Mashell v! zri ,\'
High School auditorium. Kenneth Roach of Starke. Adrienne Pollard, Senator Lucretla'if Brown Selina SUe Cassels, Lori Ann -.\ :':' it
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Speeches will be given by Michelle honors will graduate with high Lynne Kimutis. / J\':.Elizabeth Ricki; Lone Sheen Snow'rand .
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Lynne Kimutis, valedictorian the meaning they point The' 1984 graduating class chose as Darrell J Wagner. < Zt .
Class of 1984, and Catherine Ruth averages. of 3.5>> or a ve.hef'are: their, motto "Make the most of life, I Other speakers will be'' Steve Marshall ,,,,' '",'

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Recommends for approval of a nient the zo"ning board.. : 'Mrs. Mau ieeParlier Wingate. Tysbn. f. '' *. t1v' "' .." ." .

proposed 25-acre development just .Current'Zoning regulations allow a r Attorney: Shaw pointed out the .Owner Delano Thomas gave '.... ., ...... 1
west of SUrke to be classified for both minimum lot size of 7.900 square feetif Tyson and Wingate property is half a assurance the development ;will, not' "" .' '1 .. ";
single family and mobile homes was both central water and sewerage 1 mile south of the 29 acres and is buf- \ be a "detrimental situation.,*' His 1 .

given Tuesday night, May 29, by four treatment Is available 10,000 square,, fered from and completely surrounded brother, A.J. Thomas Jr," 'OWJISy; II .. i
Bradford zoning board members.A feet if either is available, and 20,000 by timber company property. development across -Edwards Road ,
final decision on the zoning square feet if a pump and septic tank, The quality development would- 0 from the 25 acres, and has no objec '
board's recommendation, which for are used. be controlled by deed restrictions, tion to his plans, Delano Thomas said. 'I'i i
the first time allows mobile homes Into The developers* plan showed lots of Shaw said, in answer,to'a'. ',question-- ,' Toning board member Robert .: ",
an area heretofore reserved for 7,500 square feet or larger. A setback from Mrs. Stevenson, : );.;Scott, worrying about vague lot sizes ?
single family residences, win be barrier on Butler and Edwards Roads' ",..all we've .done is add mobile and Walrath's ;statement the plans '. ,. t' ... '1
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public hearing before the county com .from IS feet wide to over 20 feet. The, ''*,,:a critical mix Mrs. Stevenson the classification change allowing ,r" ...'. ;';'''I 1'10.. ,\ .. .'
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mission. The zoning board is a recom zoning code does not require setbacksor .replied. '. ., both single family and mobile homes. ('fl. ,,-' 0 ",; '. ,'I}* '
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rarely overrules its decisions. developments. presented by Walrath.wa. beautiful.,. Carter Jr. Jim 'WomacL Rick. 'f !o\I"\ At.. 1 !l1, ..I.
The 23-acres: : lie one mile west of Walrath said the developers hope to' but asked .what Committment Hepogle, and Swtl.:unanimously apt: ':.11I" '1.,' ;,J.4 t ." .' "
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Starke on the south side of Butler gain access to city utilities but are; 'developers have to stick to those > proved: the recommendation. f ,." ... 4? ,,. )'J 't."j. Y 1.
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tion with Edwards Road (CR-100A. ment system if unable to get service. 'trlderrwayWairath< \ said some trust "Sales Lot Approved 1tU, : 'I'

The change is classification is from from the city..' .' would;,lthaye to "be, placed in ,the On 301-N Lawtey: ..? l'\1'i r j : ,iP"i. ,, t' ,
Several residents 'introduce JrJeveJoiw! /Shaw'and Durrance, both .... :, ,.
H6F single family residence .to opposed 1 ""A alliW1a ';J', ; ./. ;. '
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I homes.. Between Butler Road and already zoned. They includedMrs; have freedom! to operate and change : one on mile a /'ante- of LaWMt'.. "f f' c. : ., ;pJ.!to; .,lt .. .. ]f xlt ,..,,
! ,4 t, si{-1oo is Olin's Mobile Home Sales. Louise McRae whose family owns "plane to .' degree, Walrath1 ajso <'. Xm-301 r : '
1! 'Owner of the property is local t, tome 100 acres around Crosby Lake >1 pointedput. v 3 .v '%1 the zoning was unanknousiyaipproved'. ,,' HM. ,To.!tI-.( teg,Tlm :Again, :..!' f fDWMM '1j r" \ ,; ;,
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develop UM tract: are local Attorney Road; Warren and Carol Stevenson- all I life, pointed out the area ia I I fckWrs. Joyce :MHtar' said, tear9S ,: :t1'; ,
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' i nterdMa home park operator B.V '.daughter.'and Billy Tyson who lives agree saying drainage:wil! certainly I, be .,: ,. ... she ";\ .vw.., ; ; ) J. ,
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j 1 \ .1' ". I" Wadsworth to testify In the investigation Wadsworth has stated. for 6 months together $180 o)

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I, meeting authorize the clerk's raise State Attorney Tom Elwell stress
"I ,'. i Wadsworth Is accused of falsifying but a controversial tape recording offthe ing that all testimony before a grand)
:'1 city records to receive a retroactivepay same meeting is said to contain no Jury is secret, said the body gave due
Increase when he was city clerk. reference to such action by the coun- consideration to testimony presented,
The total amount of the overpayment' and that he would have no comment

is said to be$480, paid over a period of cU.Mayor Wadsworth could face up to until findings are made public.

:, ;, 'i', '. 0 months. Mayor Wadsworth was not: S years in prison and fines cf up to
j I'' \., ,'. one of the city officials originally asked ".000 if convicted of the action while The grand jury hearing will
: \ to appear before the body. city clerk in 1981. reconvene June 13, said Bradford
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j(: 'The 1.5 million who have died serving million young Americans deployed Master 'of Ceremonies was Post 56 \
the United States of America around the world on land, at seas, and member Fred Siddons. Hardware HARDWAR( STORES .
.'" from the War of 1812 through the Viet- in the air to assist our allies in seekingor The story of the American flag,
man War were honored here Monday maintaining peace. which asked why people no longer 1--p .
by American Legion Post 56. "Let us hope the efforts of these hold it in reverence, was played by W J01 IMk SUrti MMrSlT.
Serving as the honor guard for the young Americans is successful and Martin Kepellan past. commander of '' SIHWAf 1M
:. ceremony was the York Rite that the security of a peaceful world DAV Chapter 61.: ,
; Shriners, dressed in black uniforms can be attained."
\:; and white plumed hats. The honor Citizens gathered here Monday
guard raised swords for representatives honored the unknown soldier of Viet- .
.f'; each of 11 groups laying nam and all Americans who died in '
t r.. wreaths at the foot of the flagpole war. "Taps" was played at the con- Three East Wayslib
"'/Ii with Old Glory, raised by members of clusion of the ceremony by BHS ,
j fi'I'' the Bradford High ROTC cadet trumpeteers George LeVasser and <, ,
f. squad flying at half mast. Jimmy Wilson, who echoed each .. 'Mt:< ';, )0.:,,'
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each of us to guide our society-. hats and bowed their heads. ,
whether by voice or vote. The Groups laying wreaths at the foot of :ij Get lour FortunejwcofeeiSvs > .: t' .

strength of this country must come the flagpole were: : ", ) ,f,
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within. Let us all do our part in 'N"I', ,11, .',
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maintaining '., "' ," ""' '' ''' 0' ;1,1\-, : : ;
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have achieved," said Col. William Pierce and Auxiliary Member JoAnn ; : ; ;; ;" IEt'_ fo;!: -j >
Otte, senior ROTC Instructor at Brad- Siddons. \ ; \ "i1jt ,;,!' { ', 'j"., '.'. "

; ford High, the featured; speaker Junior ROTC from BHS,. ,. ..ft< "I.. ",< h," "< ,,Ir ror"' \I .1',I
represented by Lt. Col. Griffls. r.. >0. t' t ; :
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Col.. Otte enterexf' the Army as ? Donna Williams and Barbara "'"' ,0 ,' ,;' "I ", \.\.. !,
in March 1951 and retired as a f\oo' { 0 ". ;'
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colonel in March 1979. He has servedin t .. ,' ". '
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Korea, Germany, Okinawa, Viet- I' 1\-. <, [
Thailand and Cam- Bradford Association for the r : : '.' :'.I'o', t.>'
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bodia. Otte has been twice awardedthe Retarded, represented by Johnnie '" < M.Day' i. '",<0 'jl', 'I'':,.I'r1 (;.;;''F8(. ,
combat infantryman's badge and Mae Thomas and clients. "
". ?< *P'T '.. Simple Interest Accrued Maturity. t "' ,'.;: 1 1 y'
;I. has the master parachutist's badge. Bradford County Senior Citizens t : ', : ,\ ',.
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part to maintain peace in our lives- Chapter 61, represented by Billy .. ,. ?, ,!..;t ill fl fl,' ,,, f\\' '" 7-". ';,"( .t i'.
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and the world," Col Otte asked. Youmans, who was a prisoner of ware; .' ',' ''. I '",. ''I., ,' ,"",''" I: \ ..'I 4\J ,
:i "Remembering the words of Presi and Inez Capellen. I" I't, ,'' ", .. ..oo-' : (j':.
f ,dentJohnF.Kennedy'AsknotwhatI' Starke Womans Club, representedby ,(, Month'e I/, ',: !, 1 .II'? ,' .
; your country can do for you but for Mrs. Evelyn Griffin. and Miss ,, 'I. ;. 1/11, 'I\ .. :':.a. ;1.," ,
:; what you can do for your country Lillian Stump. a,4 Slmrtelnterllst. ,,A ', ."', : : : r"IH '
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help. We can help by getting involved"ana Elizabeth Walker :, : :;; \: '..: ,:, ,;'\' :
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:f; by Carolyn Eaves.'JoyC&Sutton and 'r"p +'t q 1 \ '- .' '
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.- "If we make our desires !known tooour Junior Woman's Club of Starke .. ,')ii Compounded Quarterly; ,! ,1 ,,'. .
representatives In government, '. 1! 1 ) Yield I '\ 'I 1 IJ..... ,
; represented by Shan Johns and Lorna 'P'. 1' Annual I I 1 ": : ., :
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; leading to conflict [represented by Mike Cooney, I ''''k.; S500.Minimum Deposit- Rate subject: t to change without notice:.. '. 'd, ;4 S\;\.' '" t / i \R{

'"Today 1 Is dedicated to the 1.5 American Legion Honor Society, !,', < ,''1' ', Fully insured...up $100,000.. S-'bslafltlapenalti( s for early withdrawal.! .< '.; ,,* -., J'v I :" ,*
k .. million who died serving their coun ', ;' c *. 'I' '
; : represented by Charlie'Schaefer and ; -,,4.(.> '. '- ;: '.,1 I V---/- :iJ ,
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parts of the world. Father Arthur Lee of the StMark's "..' ,Kr, ,I 10"+{ fii < 1" I-- ., i"' "';1 ,-W, .
"We should be thankful today thatduring Episcopal Churcb'of;Stark Judge f" "< ,';, .f.w ; .. .' .0 "\ \ 'jiJ'A'i' ,
our, lifetime the death and George Pierce, commander of Poet,, 'j .. '\ J, :", t' "... .,' ,. \" ;)); ,,, ;".
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war 56, welcomed the 59 or so persons. i. ;* '. > '' ,, ), .'p ,.>;":.>0> '
our toil Today our country Is at'' Rev. Cliff McLeod pastor of the First ,";."'. ""."'A1' < ', : ". '. ;-:.;,i':, ',I 'l ;';
peace. The world is not at peace. Presbyterian Church of Starke gave : ,0 t ..{,;,' \ < :'1'':'
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i it: :' 2-Way Tie-In Takes'Some Digging... .. and contains no drugs. It was first checked out by members of the
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f; City workmen had to dig across Water Street to lay lines for the Zwayparallel building lines to the substation''at Alligator Creek. The trees and bushes it Is! actually being; sold with Iron','clad unconditional
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electrical tie with Florida Power Light. East Call have been ,
i .y: along remgved.'Il; 2-way tie is now 85 percent com- "t y
if The, city', also purchased 'property along East Call Street and Is now t; plete. t I,.! I' > money bock guarantee.itchcII's. ';
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I Equipment delivery problems and 17 utilities with which power purchase. necessary.The ';Wayne Moody, John Plympton, and ..i
i wet weather have caused a 30-day agreements have been signed. new contract with Gainesville\ ; Calvin Rodney, All four were power :
delay in completion of Starke's two- Right now the city's one-way tie-in to buy up to two megawatts of elec- plant operators. Three new power
M way electrical tie-in ''with' Florida allows outside electricity only front trlcty is for 3.79 cents per KWH is plant operators, all local,men, have JIFORDA&Trim
Power ft: Light. FPL at a set price. If the city goes almost two cents per KWH under the:; been hired to replace those promoted.
Now 85 percent complete; the pro- over or under a certain range, the 5.7 cents per KWH the'city is currently I' Some large switch panels,all basic
ject won't be finished until mid-June. price goes up. paying FPL. i equipment, have arrived but haven't
1 or maybe July 1. "It's one of those The 2-way tie will enable the city to The 2-way tie-in will eventually give r been' checked outlet: Weldon said the '
I things which Just came about," says sell electricity or buy it from Starke access to power generated Wednesday morning. : price quality lawn care
': Bill Weldon, a long time employee of whichever. utility offers the cheapest. most anywhere in Florida plus some The rain has also slowed FPL, wi'tti'the
i the City of Gainesville electrical price. Georgia sources. which won't have its end of the tie-in new,. affordable
system and newly hired to. run The electricity demand of the city' Operation of the power system will work completed before mid-June,'
Starke's electrical system. has peaked at 11 megawatts this summer be an entirely new ballgame. It will Weldon says.
Original completion date of the$1.5. That demand goes down to 3 to, be almost as revolutionary as 'the WEEDYI,
I million project was June 1. 3.5 megawatts at night,.then zooms change from direct alternating cur .
upward in the morning and late even.. 'rent back in 1921, says city utility. :Fuel pil Crisis'... PAS POWERED, TRIMMER, .
''The 2-way tie-in will enable the city ing with both cooking and air superintendent'Merrill Pees. :UK the Middle East oil situation .
Powerful .
immediately'' to access power from: conditioning. going on. Four employees promoted from Develops' into a full-blown crisis the 2 cycle engine. Adjustable! assist
1)) the 1.5 megawatts of power!it owns Goal will be to buy as much poweron 'within the Starke sytem. have been already expensive price of fuel oil to, Precise balance for easy handle.Automatic .
of FPL's St.Lucie No. 2 nuclear the open market as possible then 1 hired to operate the tie-line controllerand Starke can only be expected: to go up, maneuverability. Unaadvance
generator plant,2)) the 2 megawatts of use the city's oil fueled generators to power broker which is tied in with Weldon says. Solid state ignition for ..
I power the city has contracted to buy shave the peaks,thus avoiding higher the state computer Weldon says.The To that end,the new electric system quick..... cutting swath
from the City .Gainesville, plus,3)), peak rates. The city will attempt to four will handle all interchange tran- head is keeping the city's fuel oil '
i the city will have the option to purchase -, acquire a broad base load of powerand sactions on an hour-by-hour basis,;' tanks full figuring nothing. but higher. I
power on the open market from, supply. 'its own peaks whenever. .. The four I are Bennie Jackson,i, prices are ahead. S99. $1oii'

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i answering a questionby board'. .psychiatry and a general practioner. value of $872,608 have been Issued to i: ,' board member JOhnq!'' king was ." I" '
I member Rick RepogJe.Ii She is executive director: of the i date in May, Zoning Director L.M.. ,; '.read, leaving the 7-member board *t: CONTROL i't3ij: '. 1
medical unit at Union Correctional Institution Gaines reported to the zoning board. two members short. 539 East Call Streer P6..s,4; $ I
Medical Clinic OK'd where she has worked for the There were 8 permits' issued for Five of the 7 zoning board members Starke '
S In Hampton Lake Home past nine years. ,single family homes valued at serve from county commission voting .. '
Her to the clinicin $376,700 24 permits for mobile homes 'districts! and two P.Y.nAtdbyThrppnD.1nbu1... nc.ao.9N.TdbnGA2tr94.CM(9t2)3M2-1390ANh) ;(vwy MllOT_
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plans are operate :
An okay for Dr.Laura A.Parado to : n pcmoinly noM d mu otlw.torn mkvidiul dw..rn.y not parttcww.a on*you M&CI dos nal.M.
have a medical clinic in a room of her' her home for three hours each valued at $299,468; 42 permits for ad- w HUM),or m( ar)382-1318 nwwnl laure*d)oltor Wi guwM*>cMqu t Mack..Mwimd pen-,
home on Hampton Lake was approyied weekday, from 6:30 to 9:30: p.m. and ditions totaled$172,440; and one commercial :- .- ,
by the Board of Adjustment. for three hours''each Saturday. The permit was issued for 24000. --- -
\ clinic is in Fees to the zoning office totaled ,, ,
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the fora requests from local residents, the $3,086. 1
justment inappro\ing request :
special exception is final. The an- doctor satd'I j John kfug'Resigns-- ; 1: Restaurant: I
tment."a \ Jbe 'r, \ mitdssued="" 'II'\- Fro Zoning Board*" "''"''"\ ?1 1A IIf f n. "

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Last week The Telegraph told about efforts Electrocution In a front page article with a bold, black road, Its looming sign dominating Starke's (Editor's note: They probably forget Stories, like that in the Alligator are a
of early promoters and developers to headline,the student"journalists". labeled skyline like a skyscraper."The where they left their front porch rockers. disservice to the community because,
,change the name of Starke to Central City Starke: only sign as to human life that These mythical front porch sitters are in a selective choosing of their
because they thought the title, Starke, EXECUTION CITY weekday afternoon was the small numbers class with the terrified "little old ladies" mater to fit a reporter's pre-concelved
sounded too abrupt and uninviting to use In of can at a few roadside businesses." peeking out frorn between their lace curtains ideas, they create the impression of "
advertising the beauties and benefits of the According to this National Enquirert as depicted by another reporter callousness and indifference on the part of
town in northern newspapers and Capital article, this is the first impression of (Editor's Note: The reader may wonder writing an article' on Hampton several the populace toward executions.In our opinion -
magazines. Starke gained by the Alligator's "obser- if the reporter was so busy reading signson years ago displaying more imaginationthan ft would be much nearer the truth to
Those leaders of 1889 suggested the of U.S., vant" reporter arriving at our south city the right side of the road that she completely accuracy.) say that the majority feels that executions!
name Central City as a possible alternative limits: missed "the signs of human life"affClrded while distasteful, are a part of the legalprocess ,,
by hundreds of cars parked at until the laws are changed
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to Starke. Not bad of Starke ,
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although "When visitors enter the town 1
Florida Bradford the
Square Shopping Center on carried out as prescribed
by
,- efforts were unsuccessful, in the face of located on U.S. Highway 301, 22 miles left they should be
side.) But let us continue and
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strong opposition to any change of name. north of Gainesville, a yellow caution sign

But now, a new tag has been attached to -.4WgatorSays that says 'drive-in theatre' is the first signof "Starke is the epitome of a lazy little sensationalism as possible. .
"our fair city" by The Independent civilized life. A mile down the road, Florida town. For travelers on U.S. 301, But if a writer's main interest Is In ;
Alligator/ a student newspaper published without much in between, a Western side of Steer the it's a good place to get cheap gas and a I creating a "mood piece", based on image, ,
in Gainesville in its issue of May 22, 1984.' restaurant appears off the right cold drink at the corner convenience store. fair or not, the Alligator reporter shows a "
But if they traveled a little further west, i perfect example of how it is done, in the i
the passers-through (and that's exactly following excerpt:
: what most people do) would see a small .
,
.4 f .w" EDITORIALS T. '. green sign that separates Starke from any "Like any other small town barbershop, .
has its
Barbershop
Starke's City i
other lazy little town. rears
I. : t and Is a good place to find < I
"The sign says 'State Prison',and an ar- a quiet day. But an execution day is far '
) row points the way. from quiet and, inevitably, the topic of I

Soils Survey Important "The Florida State Prison is the reason barber-chair gossip turns to the day's ,l

.. why Starke, population 3.400, has been event. .
dubbed 'the electrocution capital of the "A barbershop worker confirmed the : \

To Future of CountyIt United States,* where on five occasions fervor of execution-day chatter. 'Oh, yes, !Ii; I
since the 1979 electrocution of John they talk about it.They say there should be ) :
Spenkelink, reporters and protesters from more of it. That they should quit draggingtheir
was good news to learn this week are readily recognizable. They are all over the country have swelled the feet If they're sentenced to die, then

that a Soils Conservation Service unaware that j great differences m soil quickly town's population as the sun for fades a day.on a Then summer, as hell, they should die,' the worker said. } :

survey team is scheduled to arrive herein can occur within short distances. They evening, they're gone, only to return for "When asked his name the worker ';i,I
i
mid-August to begin work on Bradford may be seasonally wet, or subject to another death. laughed and said' 'Oh yeah, never gave it ',
did I? His voice suddenly tensed
to you,
County's countywide soils survey flooding. They may be shallow to "Florida State Prison is,and and he said, 'Well, I'm not givin' it to ya',I
which will provide the data necessary bedrock, or may be too unstable to be been Starke's biggest 'industry' bringing don't want my name in your damn ','
for multi-purpose planning in the county used as foundations for buildings or in$71 million In jobs, goods, and services, newspaper!' and hung up." ';
urban roads. soils soils with according to a New York Times article,
t including development, Clay or wet a poor published after last month's execution of By the time the Alligator reporter got Evidently the reporter 5 5wasn't
: cropland cultivation woodland areas perculation factor are not suited to (Editor's note:
sep Arthur Goode. around to saying anything 'positive"about In the barber shop, but was interviewing '
I wildlife and recreation, and the all- tic tank drain fields. A high water table Starke, the impression of a red-neck, even telephone when this juicy bit '
" "Bradford County, where Starke is by
. j important information necessary to makes a soil poorly suited to basementsor located and nearby Union County hold execution-hardened town had been firmly of "Tobacco Road" conversation was ob- <

t! meet the more stringent septic tank underground installations.A 7,216 convicts-a third of all Florida's convicts implanted impressions in are the what reader's count mind, especially-and first in tatned.) 1\

regulations now in effect. in four prisons, including Florida
readers who '
it countywide soils would be the case of newspaper
;. survey State Prison located 11 miles west of many In a belated gesture to fairness, the
'j: In December 1983 the Bradford County especially useful in Bradford County, Starke. Approximately half of Starke's never get.beyond the first few paragraphs Alligator reporter closed her story with the
#I Commission entered into an agreement where much of the total land area is low residents work behind the prison gates." of a story.It following comment from a satisfied resident '
! : with seven other state agencies in and flat. Soil properties greatly affect is an unfair image that threatens totypecast who recently 'moved to Starke from ;:
"Seemingly, the prison has an extensive Starke as a prison rather than a Gainesville: "It's the same as a regular
J : effort ahead the tank
of
a cooperative to move on functioning septic
absorption
because sensational stories of execu- 'a .
' influence on life in Starke. And yet most of town town without prison. Most people think of -
1 :' .',1 the countywide soils survey which has fields, sewage lagoons, and landfills., the town's private citizens just take the tions, when they occur, are flashed by us as a redneck town. We're not.We're Justa
I i. been in the planning stage here for Surveys are more important than ever, prison and its electrocutions with a grainof news services and television networks to small town people are slower. They're
1 several years. The State is insisting that now that state regulations for septic salt: some are thankful for the addi- all parts of the world, carrying the date not the hustle-and-bustle type. There s a
, all Florida counties have their soil tanks require 48 inches of suitable soil tional cash that' flows through their line STARKE. The same thing happened to lot more here than a prison town."
electrocution day. the village of Raiford many years ago, pro
businesses on
surveys completed in a limited time, between the seasonal high water table Sometimes, when it's quiet in town and bably because the prison (now Union Correctional But opinions like that wouldn't do for the '.>
:. and more than sixty percent of them and the top of the grade of the septic there's a nice breeze blowing, they sit on Institution) was served by the lead on a story headlined, EXECUTIONCITY. ,
have already complied. Bradford is one tank drain field. their porches and forget." Raiford post office. '

of the few that have been dragging their The State allows the property ownerto .'.\'.

feet in this vital program. add sufficient fill dirt to raise the \.

The soils survey program was drain field, to the required level but Hearing on June 13 ,

originally geared to agricultural uses Farmers Home Administration will not ,

for soil conservation planning, but with finance homes using mound systems New River' May Be Included in Santa Fe's OFW. Plan,
rapid development, especially in because of the additional high cost. The

Florida, surveys are becoming more FmHA recently red-tagged some sub-' ".'t J- '.' U' 1.... I".t, <' \\f''\-11-_''\;;,''' ....,f'-. '".,' 'I\i1..J"\ ):': ... t',1 ,,! ",'''1 !lIt" ... ,.j-llr .... ', ..1;
and more 'useful for urban planners, division property adjoining the..Brqokefschoo r t\, f'J' lj ''J V V(,n ,., ....d I )" ,,1.,4i.r.1; : ;. lipl\.I-, "*r.-\-\fJ!\ !\ JJ: ;AI.Jt'n1 j'1A.i ,;\hr 'avhl.;; i'I.i

i developers builders and ,epgfreers,!t.tft8bJe It.--:ithb J18 re @s fl: ":= \ New rover frnay frfcnWecJ irV.the1 FW,,,11. t ". i I. T" '. '" .IPV ... ., J. '. ,"'" J wAau '
and is especially helpful to tbuntles: In S (Outstanding Florida Water) designation '

coping with the new and tougher septic level., for the Santa Fe River system If a request Baker "
tank regulations which require a more i by the Suwannee River Coalition is Columbia Cep. P.m4

scientific study of. the soils than ever The cost of the needed soils survey granted at the June 13 hearing conducted, suwannee. .'"fi" ;'",4' ', "';,,,' ,, '\.' .' :Ott 1? ', t.. (' ,' .'
by the Environmental Regulation Com I .<. r' ,
before. would be shared by the federal govern .( 'r\l; .' iI, ', ;' .1' ,
ment, the state government, and the mission in Gainesville {
." Soil surveys can help a homebuyer or county government. The cost. to Brad- Helen Hood, president of SRC, which In- :c,.',> .. "lake .City
t developer determine soil-related ford would- be approximately itiated the OFW recommendation for the : Union
County Santa Fe, said the Coalition would be ask- ,
hazards limitations that .
or adversely
$45,000 which could be paid over a
ed to( reinstate the original application, ", ."
affect homesites. They can help land- period of three years, and in-kind ser which included New River. It was later ex- ; /b

use planners determine the suitability vices would be applicable to this cluded from the OFW recommendation, .
': of areas for housing or onsite sewage amount, decreasing the actual cash Hood said, because its water quality was
.' disposal They can help said to be not up to par due to sewage treat ftStarke i
systems.
necessary to be expended by the county.. ment plant discharges from( Florida State
farmers estimate the potential or
i crop Prison on the Bradford County side of New t
forage production of his land. They can With budget-making time approaching River, and also from Lawtey Correctional Lafayette Bradford ,

I. be used to determine the suitability and the County Commission Institution Just south of Lawtey on U.S.
'
limitations of soils would be performing a '301.

; buildings, landfills, recreation areas, service if a way is found to budget for SRC will also seek the Inclusion of Lake J l."""'

_i 4 J and many other uses. the initial year's soil survey expense, Alto, Alto swamp, and several other lakes ; ., ",'n." ,
which excluded from the application .
were
.''" ', To many people, soil is soil, except for whether all cash or a combination of because DER did not have adequate information Cilchr st i .- far S
soils which money and in-kind services. their water quality, ecological ,' i
:: mucky or extremely sandy on : .
', : Alachua t. S..wIA
'
significance,or recreational use to include !

them In the program. Hood said, however, .
that since the main purpose of the OFW '

Ii A Turning Point designation Is to prevent further degradation F.. ainesville'
of the waters In the Santa Fe system, SANTA '
FE
the Coalition deemed it necessary to include RIVER SYSTEM IMq br Cene.vuU se.ly. ./ ;
p' 'fY"--- ," them In the application. .
: to go to college... even if finances require "

Like an unstoppable roller-coaster, working fulltime. It can be, has Hood said the exclusions point to a major Includes livers' that are relatively un'The ERC hearing is set for 9 a.m.

Bradford seniors of 1984 are been,'done \ .. policy difference between DER and touched. Wednesday, June 13, in the fourth \)jOther
L: the High herself about which rivers should be in the'program. auditorium of the Gainesville City ComOOJ'.J- ;
roaring toward graduation..and -Decide what you want to do. Try to waters included in the system are ,
Hood said rivers pr \
any that are at
Santa Fe Lake Santa Fe
adulthood. do what comes naturally, somethingyou all valuable should be Included to prevent Creek, and the,Itchetucknee Swamp, Olustee. misaioti chambers at 200 E. University. i1
Contemplating leaving the familiar like to do. That's the most difficult further degradation.But she said DER on- River, Ave, ), I:. ': -, <
of updeciding what,you ), '" ( ,1 \ -', I
"safe1' growing .
and halls of high school, leavingthe part j' ,
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only way of life they've known, is want to do. : ; :' ''' ', t 4

A ;; cause for the fluffiest head to pause and -Set goals that are high Give 'County Agent's Notebook .- ., BobbyTaylor : : .':(R, '

wonder. Graduation from high school is yourself something for which to really .."' .'I ,
a major turning point in one's life. Decisions work. If you find something you want, f \ <.

often forced by circumstances, don't be easily deterred. ..Something Organic Gardening needs and insect problems, while the conventional you' need to use'abundant quantities' of:;

are made at this point that will in- worthwhile is worth working, waiting conductedin gardener employs a combinationof organic,material usually In the form of
A national gardening survey chemically prepared materials to animal ''or\
life. meet manures, cover crops,compost
fluence the rest of a young person's for 1979 by the Gallop organization revealedthat these requirements. mixed organic fertilizer. .These rnaterfalsimprove (
-Work hard. hard., -Delay marriage and having babiestoo of the estimated 33-million
Play 41 percent Whichever method the tilth, condition,and structure:,
choose need
,you
Attack life with a vengeance. You'll quickly. home vegetable gardeners in this countryuse to select a plot of good you well-drained soil of the soil. They help the soil hold water,
probably get out of life what you put into Starting a family is one of the biggest organic gardening week methods whenever for planting vegetables..And, you need to and nutrients, better. In addition, organic
This begins a tourpartaeries
it. responsibilities one can assume.To give possible. choose vegetable .varieties suited to, matter supports microbiological activity
this increasingly popular garden- .
child good life takes preparation and on Florida growing conditions. After these. in the soil 'and 'contributes major and!
Graduating seniors must learn to get a a ing system. I'U.be. talking about various basic decisions, the methods of minor plant'nutrients. Another benefit is;
with skills learned in high school, planning. aspects of. organic gardening including organicand
by i conventional that as these oraanlC"substaneea decom-i,
gardening begin to dif
which is, after all, sort of a laboratory to Having a family at a young age, when composting; natural fertilization. and pest fee .. pose, they release acids which help convert -
learn about life. Or, it can be decided< to one is ill-prepared for the job market or control.{; f f;, ,Soil in insoluble natural additives,. such as I
preparation organic
further your education: to be tied down'24 hours'a day, is no Backyard gardening Is becoming more particularly important gardening step. Since ground rock,into forma plants can use. \i ;'k

school the It's more like jumping out of the and more popular as people look for waysto organic fertilizers and soil ,
With Just a high. diploma, escape. their food bills and have better I conditioning Now that'l've orAadCJgardening
senior of 1984 can expect to start at the frying pan into,the fire. Ask some of quality reduce vegetables. Also, increasing materials work rather slowly, they need to' I'll devote introduced the next yon to three columns -,
be mixed Into the soil least
at three weeks
bottom at most any job he can get, and your classmates who've done it. numbers of people are finding gardeningto ahead of planting time. 'Make to some specific organic gardening!
can expect to work his way up from If you feel fenced in here, if Bradford be a good way of relieving some of the break up all the lumps of organic lure matter.you' practices. Ill talk about composting by
there. That means starting at minimum County and Starke are small and small- stress and strain of daily life. With this U you leave them whole,they can Interfere use of table scraps, leaves, lawn clippings,., '
f'; thinking in your mind, then travel, see growing interest has come the awareness with efficient seeding and may cause and other natural materials as soil amend
; wage. of tea .that certain gardening practices may be nutrient deficiencies.and soil JUents.l'U discuss what organic fertilizers j
the the world. Your even borne
will come with experience country, cup and ourselves.
Higher salary harmful to the environment diseases are, bow to use them, and about natural,
... or more training,'or,both. might be somewhere else. .. Some gardeners question the use of means of pest control, through good,.fundamental -,
It is possible now with Santa Fe, Community Whatever you decide, seniors, we chemical fertilizers and chemical pest To have a. successful, "'organic garden, '., !cultural care of your plants., :
t, classes 'being taught wish you the best. Welcome to our control method These people are turning .' .." ,
College
which were
to alternative practices "t
right here in Starke, for most anybody world. around long before the development of. to,' :'''','. 4,
.". day's chemical gardening products. This

'!; .. '!I. .. of group is dedicated i what. Is ,known. ao Stw&i: > Fe River OFW' Hearing &' :
gardening: '
"I'"S'' 4 organic l' ; ;
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and .E.Uatrew44y/wa.Gaiasv1Ne, '' ", ,, ltt''i1''
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Marry in Garden Weddin'gApril7 ,. .; ;" :: : S, !- ijls': iJl r at. T f1, Iv eW8Jt". '. /



Deborah Yvonne Martin becamethe matching sleeveless white .gowns

bride of Joe Allen Thomas Bell In made of dotted Swiss. The maid of Gladyt'Mooty Society Ed! 01"

an afternoon' garden wedding Satur honor carried a bouquet of silk laven ., J .' 964-7608 '
day, April ?, at the home of the bride's dar carnations and baby's breath
parents. with matching ribbons. The '
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The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and bridesmaids carried a bouquet of silk '\ '\\r .
.
Mrs. Edward D. Crews of Lawtey, pink carnations and baby* breath I' ,, I. ... .'. c.' .
and granddaughter of Mrs. Artie with matching ribbons. \ \ ',' II'.; ""
Allbritton, of Live Oak, and the late Lisa and April Crawford daughtersof Social" This'n T1a" t -, -- ---- "

M.J. AUbritton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edward Crawford, of I ,. ., ,.,::,i"'. '", .:' ;,t1 iii.*, Shlan; Roberts.'. '. '
G.C. Martin of O'Brien. Lawtey, were flower girls. '
Jacksonville servo I \ i ( 'Hospital AuxiliaryTcTMeet \ ; David
The Is Spark
groom the son of Mr. and Frank Alston of /
Mrs. Charles D. Rorer of Madlson- ed best Edward and Philip Humane Soetpty't '. '. ,' I ITo June'4Bradford h
as. man. I' I 'Y-4J.1'1t.\ j To Wed June 9.
vine Ky. and grandson of Mrs, Mary Crews of Lawtey brothers of the Meet Jun, 1 '. ;i! 7.' lit| ,,, YI1, $\i'* ; <,'*' -, 'i I'
Suiter of Puducah, bride served ushers. Jamie Martin ; : V, "
Ky. as Hospital Auxiliary will The wedding of Shian Robei and {
Rector Dale Howard, cousin of the son of the bride was ring bearer. The Bradford Humane Society ,will meet; Monday, June 4,. at Western David Sparks, will 'b>e'len1i"fJ nt; of '
bride, officiated the ceremony. Music The reception followed the meet at noon on Friday June i, for a Steer Steakhouse for a social at 6 p.m. Saturday June 9, at 1 p.m, in Graham II
was performed by Bill McRae; ceremony at their home. Hostesses'were Dutch-treat luncheon} at Western, and dinner at 6:30: p.m., followed. by'' Baptist Church with a reception
pianist was Carol Stephenson Mrs. Raymond Durban, Carla Steer restaurant installation of officers, following in the. church Fellowship. !
The bride given in marriage by her King, Marcia Layton, Mrs. Marvin Members guesii:' prospective\ Hall. '
father, wore a baby blue fulllengthgown Norman, Darlene' Wood Mrs. Carl members, and Interested citizens are i All friends and relatives are Invitedto
featuring a- low cut rounded Norman, and.Mrs. Odin Allbritton of cordially invited to attend to learn of The', B.E, Akrldge's attend.
neckline with a fitted bodice and full Live Oak, aunt of the bride, The wed the activities and future goals being Celebrate ,
BirthdaysMr.
skirt with a flowing train. The dress ding cake was made by Mrs. 'Carl let for this mach-needed local !
was overlaid in matching blue chan- Norman. I \organization. of the com, :
: and Mrs. B.E.
tilly lace and topped with an elegant Tammy Dempsey 'kept the bride'sbook. munlty is vital tote well-being matching hat, trimmed in silk and Stephanie and Monica Travlor Humane Society birthdays Sunday Observes Natl. Hosp...VVeek
afternoon
pearls, and tinted blue net flowing passed out bird seed bags made of net For reservations; or more informal given'' April their 29 ten, at a children dinner party and .'
down to the waistline. The dress was and matching ribbons in the colors of lion by
i
please contact Mrs. Cooney. families at' their home on Bessent National Hospital i Week was
made by Mrs. O.J. Boyette.The the wedding. weddIngtrip. 964-8827; Mrt. NeWsome, 964-7989J i on Road observed by the Hospital Auxiliary ."
bride carried an arrangementof Following the couple's Mrs. F'lsher,1I64-76jZ8. The children are: twins-Edgar and with a ice cream and cake social on \
silk flowers consisting of blue, they will be making" their home I Edward Akridge, James Akridge Thursday, May 17, from 2 to 4 pm.mthe i
and lavendar carnations in Lawtey.' ,
pink Eula Mae Crews,Eddie Akridge Em- employees dining room of the "
andflowing bride of Edward
highlighted with baby's breath The is a graduate I
melt Akridge Alma Packham hospital for the employees and staff I
white ribbons. In the center of II White High School in Jacksonville, W.T. Weeks. fJ.DC.To Elaine Crawford, Jean Hutchins and .Linda Johns, social chairman and f

the arrangement lay a lavendar or and is presently employed Raiford at Union asa .f'' Meet. June; 6 Allen ,Akridge. coordinator of the affair, was assisted i

chid. Correctional Institution in S.: f t ; .',': The, VI attending included those by Jane Trawick, Lillian' Stump
The bride's maid of honor was correctional officer. i' The W.T. Weeks' chapter, U.D.C'l from I' Jacksonville Bryceville and WilmaJean Terry, Elsie Mae Reeder. !
of Smyrna'High .
Mary Lu Tomlinson of Gainesville. The groom is a graduate and is will meet Wednesday, June 6 at 10:30 Tallahassee;, and Mr Akrldge'smother Marjorie Thomson, Ada Reddish andNellie
Panzy Johns Perry of Fernandina School in Smyrna Tenn. a.m. for its annuat'picnic': ''at 'th$ Mrs. Katie Akridge of Cairo [ McGee '. : II
Beach and Dee Dee Waters of Starke presently in the U.S. Marine Corps, Thomas Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen. ,
Mrs Ga. Vera
I Kingsley Lake homeof.;; ; WB, ; Mrs; Hagan Mrs. Bernice .
were bridesmaids. Attendants wore stationed at NAS' in.' Jacksonville., ..,; . . Mundy, J'; i ., Hagan and Mrs. Vivian Stanaland of DM You. Know:. .". .......... ;, '
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Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Guy Sale Thomasvllle Ga.; Mrs. Reba Horn-
; / : \ : 'i'' i- 'and Mrs. Charley p.; Johns.. .sby and William McCall of Bainbridge Mrs. H.A. Lawson and Bud Lawson
I' ,1 ; ':\ Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis .of Live Oak were Saturday f dinner
'," Akridge and family of Lakeland. guests of Mr. and Mm: J.T,LawsonVJ 1//
/Items of Jnf erest.- r ., ..' ))1" : '' ,' 'w, .''vie." ''11 ,
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Methodist Honor Mrs., Dale Mollerup:! .., .."''i1'' <' ;
Honoree !. :Wfoere the Action is. "P :
Shower ;
McRae Family Reun'lonSunday BHS Graduates *- '.1 ,/to 'I . :" "

June 10 The United Methodist 'Women'v Mrs Dale Mollerup was honored aiA i ia "'I ,' . J') \.
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honored the Bradford High School Huggies Shower Saturday* afteJ"ri9 ( t. .h'I -',
The second annual McRae family graduating seniors who are membersof noon. May 19, given by ,Mrs. Darrel fI'I!'(' \ t'f .' ..
reunion will be held Sunday, June 10, .av'js"' '"
United .
affiliated with First O'Neal and Mrs. William Marchese W
,
starting at 1 p.m. at the F.S.P. Methodist or Church Monday evening the home of the latter,In Country Club '..'' : :'' :I The Now '. .'I" ..,),. 1// 1
OpenedSiiidio
Employee's Club on SR-16W. May 20, with a dinner at the Western Estates. ; ; .tJI' ""r. ._ ) .. .' : ( .
; Members are asked to bring your Steer Steakhouse in Starke.! ... ;i .* "" ,!i ;: q v:, (" ; : :
picnic lunch old family albums and 1( : ,'. )
the The graduates and guests were' The refreshment table was covered' :; : .,, 38/B/ ,: : :
spend day. ( I.
seated at tables covered with white with a white lace cloth and centered'm .
t lace cloths centered with an arrangement with a blooming Gloxinia plant which >| "f" ,; : :\ ;: ; :

of daisies red carnations, babys was given to the honoree as a memento .' c Iti ;. .p"acka'ce' L.

The Buddy Petersons breath; red and grey ,bows and of the occasion. ,.' ",. ; ';\ t I'; '" \ Town"t.: \; \ :; \ ,
balloons with the name of each'gradutate ) '( "III!
Given Baby Shower. on them rising above the Games with prizes and Hwy: 301 'South Lawtey ; : : I,

tables. Graduate figurines and Garb refreshments were enjoyed by the 23
Buddy and Dea Paterson parents field completed the>, table decorations. invited guests between the hours of 2 j

of Alicia were given a baby shower Diplomas and cross stitch key and 330; p.m 1 1; ... We invite' you and yours 1 t
Saturday night by Mr and Mrs. chains with their'pictures' marked .b 'rff::? ,
Robert M. Autry Mr. and Mrs. Steve each place setting. The graduates ( "Sw/ngest/ Little Club in i
Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark also received a Living Bible from the i } "
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and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Noegelat ', ;:
church. # ..
the home of the'; latter in Country. Graduating seniors are Krtstie t. 1k' r ? STUDIO 38 }'+ ',. u ,. t "

Club Estates. Johns Donna Thornton Annie Loper, STARKE I : lt ,. '1-tYa )43 j1i14 3 t4 ( ? 't$111 w
doll centerpieceon Lo.
The Gorham china Bernie Akridge George Levasser 9' ic i
CHURCH OF GOD "
the refreshment table encircledwith Kelli Carver end Angela Folsom. If't.t. ?5i *!***'w"IP '
baby toys, was given to the 1L1 ma LI C n\-T..lK j. 3WJtZj a jJ A-J :422.1....SI.. c-.I$....
.' TIIJTOWJt: conpTe9Srtr'IKemeni.bJl!, | IMJs UMW Campus MI istry was in chargeof JI'III- W Ref f. Mon',, P..to''',';,..tf',t : "

occasion. the arrangements. We Invite you to worship with'us.t" f. "
Forty: couples enjoyed the affair Also attending the dinner were Rev. AmraM NuiMry ( > .4." t' Yolk Mu>t Be Owner ..
between the hours 8 and 10 p.m. and Mrs. Warren Langer and Mrs. A. '. i f" 1
Sunday tetwel 10 "mMoramgWonMp Raymond JR '
21} to Enter ( Heatrj
J. Eaves, UMW President: "' .. ,; mm" )
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;r Stark. Junia... .
.... Michael BishopTo

I'' Elect Officer Intern Brooker NewsBrooker

For Gov. Bob Graham
Starke Juniorettes (the former Lit School News... following students who rank superiorat
tie Women's Club) teld dinner Junior Festival held in
a party the District
and announced new officers at the Michael L. Bishop, son of George Q. The Countrywide Softball Jam- February at the University of Floridain
and the
last meeting of the club year on Monday Arj Whitehead Bishop, Jr. who former'Marlorie in &4 boree was held at Brooker Elemen- Gainesville: Melissa Hislop(

night, May 21, at Western Steer and, graduated grew up Bradford tary School,on Friday, May 18. Larissa Scott, Ginger Adorns, ChrIsti
County from Bradford
Steakhouse with 10 members and two has been All five .elementary schools participated Morgan, Don McDavid, Terri Ken-
High School
Mrs. Laura selected as in the "two pitch" Jam-
guests, Conti, advisor Governor Bob Graham's Intern nan, and Levine Starling.
and Mrs.R.A. Green,Jr., president 01 Summer 1984. for boree. After the awards and musical program
the senior club, attending.New : Twenty games were played, with refreshments were served by
officers announced were: the coaches playing an All-Star team the members and club counselor to
president. Heather O'Steem; vice- Mike is also the grandson of Mr for the finale. All-Stars won, 7-4. the guests in the church fellowship .
and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead
Sr. of
president, Monica Maslowski hall.
Starke. Musical Recital Held
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Wilson
treasurer Suzy and secretary
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Brenda Sikes. The officers will be (Installed After a selection process that included At Dedan Church...

at the September meeting. interviews, practical'testa k. The Sonatina Music Club, with Nell Job Services of Florida

submission of resume and written Mann as counselor, presented ApplicationsThe
essay Mike was one of three college students in a piano recital last Sunday Accepting

fl' Tre..le Baldr.., students selected to intern at the May 20, at the Dedan Baptist Service of Florida
\ Capitol Tallahassee. lie will Michael Bishop Church. Job will be
"! David HartoyEngagement serveas
I.Schlavone
for
Mary applications the JTPA
accepting
Jay
a Speech-Writing Intern,from May Students participating were
Told John D. Odom Ill Hallmark Tommy Summer Youth Employment Program
9 through August 3,1984. Mann, Amy ,
Mike is a senior at UF majoring in Hamilton, Pam Bryant, Melissa May 22.31 from at to 5 mend 9.

Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Baldree an Mary I. Schlavone, History/Florida studies. He has a Airman App. Peter Schlosser Hislop, Sarah Douglas, Larissa Scott a.m. to 4 p.m. starting June 1.
nounce the engagement of their GPA 3.35 (Dean's List, Fall '83, Spring Completes Basic Avionics Ginger Adams, Josh Crawford, Don In order to qualify, you must be bet.
daughter, Tressie, to David Harley, John D. Odom III '841.) McDavid, Cheryl Griffis, Debbie Par- ween the ages of 14 and 21,,resident of

son of Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Harley. Plan June 9 WeddingMr. At UF, Mike has served In Student Navy Airman Apprentice Peter M. rish, Terri Kennan, Christ Morgan, Bradford County, economically' *>
Jr. all of Starke. Jeanna Andrews, disadvantaged and meet other JT A 1
Student
Government ( Senate), Schlosser, son of Calvin E. and JoannE. Joy Vellenga, *
The bride-elect is presently and Mrs. Emil R. Schiavone of O'Connell Center Board of Directors; Schlosser of Starke has completedthe Kevin Starling, Suzanne Dyal,.Randy guidelines.
employed at the Bradford County Gainesville announce the engage- Active in Homecoming '82 & '83; Basic Avionics ("aviation elec Starling, and Bobby Cotois. For further Information, contactthe
Courthouse. Mr. Harley is employed ment and approaching marriage of Delta Tau Delta social fraternity tronics") Technician Course. These students played music from Job Service, Office In the.,old cour

by United Parcel Service. Both are their daughter, Mary Iside, to John (recording secretary and parlimen- During the self-paced course at the great musicians such as Bastien, thouse.
graduates of Bradford High School.A Daniel Odom, III son of Mr. and Mrs. tarian); UF Presidential Recognition Naval Air Technical Training Center Butler, Arr. Ross, Arr. Taylor, Scher. .
August wedding is planned. J.D. .Odom Jr. of Starke.The Award; President Phi Alpha,Theta Millington, Tenn., students receiveinstruction Richie, Tchaikovsky, Von Weber and ; ,
wedding will take place Satur- History Honorary Society. on the fundamentals of many more greats in the music world.
day, June, at 7:30: p.m. at Holy Faith Upon graduating from college, electronic circuitry and were In- Each student performed with great SSgt. Tim WaldronGraduates .
Catholic Church, 700 NW 39th Road, Mike plans to enter law school. troduced to the wide variety of elec- feeling and style to .a full house. Non-Com School
St. Edward's Catholic Awards for attendance and
Gainesville, with a reception at the tronic equipment items currently installed perfect
Church New.. Gainesville Hilton. aboard Navy and Marine :preparation of lessons were presented Staff Sgt. Tim H. Waldron, ion of
All friends and relatives are invitedto Corps Aircraft. They studied airborne to Ginger Adams,.Jeanna Andrews, Miriam Kraln of Miami, and Hilbron

St. Edward's Parish Council held a attend. I I radar, communication and computer Pam Bryant, Sarah Douglas and Waldron of Starke, has graduated. '
the technical I Kevin Starling. from the Air .Force noncommissioned
24 equipment, plus
meeting on Thursday night May Chosen as the most progressive stu- officer
han Wallace manuals, safety'Precautions, and leadershipschool
in the parish McNelley,
chairman, presided over the meeting You share your birthdaywith troubleshooting procedures. used, for dent of the year was Sarah Douglas. at Williams Air Force Base;
attended by other Council members Victory Baptist Chapel at least nine million maintaining each. Certificates were presented to the Ariz.

and parishioners. .. Announce Events... others. _____ 1
Father Joseph Finlay. pastor, introduced .
Michael Marconi who is a Victory Baptist Chapel, located on 3 BIG DAYS
Seminarian and assists at St. Pine Street in Hampton, will host a '- NEW LOW!) EAGLE

Patrick's Parish In Gainesville. Mr. Prayer Breakfast for the men and 106! PRICES Thursday, May 31, 1984 &

Marconi spoke on the purpose and male youth of the church Saturday, "s -". Friday June 1,1984
proper organization of parish coun June 2, at 8:30 a.m. June 2 t
cils. In a question and answer sessionhe Later that evening, an Adult Ban- Saturday, 1984

gave advice on effectively quet (for adults only, please) will be
operating the Council. held at 6:30 p.m. Please bring a
\ During the meeting, Mrs. Mary covered dish and dessert. The publicis
;' Milton was appointed a member of cordially invited to attend. ..s rI
the. Council.
Parishioners Attend
Ordination -

; ,; On Saturday, May 26, Bishop John r ,r
;''t J. Snyder presided at the Ordination
\. to the Priesthood of Michael Eugene 'Ly; \ A
Morse, John Howard Tetlow and
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Thomas Samuel Willis.The ceremony ,14 t It
was held at a special Mass in the BERTHS
I t Basilica Cathedral of St. Augustine.The .
Mass was concelebrated by J u t e A d 1
, Bishop Tanner, Retired Bishop Paul 4
F. Tanner, and other Diocesan

" priests.
s!' Father Patrick Foley, former Joshua Alan Relnken '
pastor of St. Edward's, who is the

!j'i, Diocesan Vocation Director, AI and Susan Reinken of High F-i
:' presented the candidates for Ordina Point, North Carolina, announce the II

: tion.Following birth of a son, Joshua( Alan, born May
f the ceremony a reception 1088
1\t, was held at the Ponce de Leon 28.Maternal grandparents are Bill and I
.
' Auditorium of Planter College. June Edwards of Kingsley Lake. ti ,, '
} : Attending the ordination and recep Paternal grandparents.are Bill and or "k-: LADIES' SWIMWCAR.
lion from. St. Edward' were. Mrs.L., Barbara Reinkan of I H R \ '. ,,.-,, ."TfIb.wa.Latll itinna4fd.1..,fs iIl1oli
t,yM"; "" Josephine Gumber,Mrs. Lester Plum- p ( Mlaljt\ ,., v /Isf1L >Rr ar moo () fJ j .m'," 'f'f.rqt' ft'W" T'

, phries, Mrs. Dorothy Rife and Mrs. REBATE 1 lTut "ljW1 ',. rntij- ifiw fane V bPOfII

, Dolores Meng. EagMDlKounl.Ptica I
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: i Did You Know- l' '783 Vour LMI Rabat Final* tadwr'da"3.10 388 688 -

ftafl.. 7.88 Reg. 22.83 coat FON, e... I I'
1- VINYL SAND CHAIHOuribl M"BOX PAN PRESTON, ANTI-PREE2E LADIES'TOPS a SHORTS

'r Mark Griffith, son of Donald and Attending the Florida Federation *lutouw vinyl' enalurdy Keep cool I.... tifnmar "with" out Aew.anrprotearonloci.cooling aysMm lull !JAIIrabat *.,, Color Pory/colton lop wfconlratting., '
thoa 10
t apaud Ian li cooli match with twin
shod
; Ressie Griffith, now serving in Co. B, Woman's Club tram. EMy lo/loW. Limit t. I
;. Spring Workshop on I up la 4 vf ag*taa room w/pockall Top. 8..ut Snarl S-l'.'
,:',' 27th Maintenance Battalion First May 23 at the Woman's Club in '
p': !. Calvary, Fort Hood, Texas, will be Jacksonville from the Starke HtttAltlEagtoOac r. /. .%
home in June for two weeks prior to Woman's Club were: Mrs. R.A. .
;. ,{ his new station in Gennany.riffitb Green, Jr., president, Mrs. C.E. 1 e Pric* 13.88EagMSaM I
acting sergeant in the O'Steen, Mrs. E.R. Kraft Mrs. Harry Pr>c* 10.88LaaaMfg / J

welding Bradford Hood, is a 1978 Gruen, Mrs. R.A. Green, .Sr., Mrs. Rabat 8.00vour re.. o
graduate of. High School. Carl Torode, Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Final
Mrs. Robert Hall, and Mrs, C.B.. Cnt 8.88
Ruckdeschel, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy returned cHLONINE I '
; PACE 4 LB ROUND ir. J
Thursday of last week from three 3s La MTN 1 96 1O
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weeks trip to London, Paris, Amster- Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. underwent {el.yrrwlr CHLORIN 1" Tougli no-knk 1 v' / .
dam, and Zurich. 'surgery last Friday in' Alachua CNrkM k..p$, pool chlorinating R0j I UW mohMdcon.BARBO I t '
labMiaAllef
: pool wrlu.d t r
General Hospital She had as visitors rabal nructan r ,{ 1
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;. .d;, Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons of New during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. 71 ,
i Orleans are spending the summer at Brad Carted, Mathew, of Ar- 1 1 e/
" the Perryman house on Kingsley cadia, and.nd Mrs. Keith Carter
Lake. Mr. Ivey is Joining the family and IOn, Dav.d, of St. Petersburg.
periodically. Mrs. Brad Carter remained here until ... t;
,' the weekend as Mrs. Carter was expected -'' : -

: Lex Green, son of Judge and Mrs. home from the hospital on I 1
Buzzy Green,a student at the Univer Wednesday.Miss M'e nl
of Florida Is In Washington. D.C.
! ? sity ,
for six weeks working as an intern in Lillian Stump Mrs. W.H. $" sAaxsreAUWATEN s ORIL 97 AW FABRIC I
MATTRESS
Don Fu- Thomson and Mrs. John W. Griffin aD.count
the office of Congressman .
. U.a nkaht. 18" gri*wMri.lal 3O".7J"Ye.t.bq "
qua. Friends may write to Lex: c/o spent the last week on the Newport hk. Moat* CaayTo R 5 r j4 Ulpod toga. Eaiy toaaaamMa Ma reel a? maur..s. .
Cong. Don Fuqua, 2269 Rayburn Chipper on a cruise of ChesapeakeBay.
House Office Bldg., Washington, D.C. Mrs. Thomson remained in New YOUR CHOIC IIt.ue
!, 20515. York to visit daughter and family +Ma ri
Dr. and Mrs. P.E. Jacobs in Roslyn, 47

N.Y.. for a week.Methodists '
Cecelia TerwUlegar and Martha R.y.upro SHIRTS :s a S Tops' bNORTa
Dorko spent a weekend recently in graduating from college 177 @ 33
Sanford visiting Cecelia's mother who this spring were!: Scott Roberts from z4f cAN waxes 88

is in Sanford Nursing weekend Home.at They the University of Florida; Dirk Schmidt INSECT R.a a n L {Irbrt.llyuw PIECE' LUOOAQE SET dk Pc. O Prtw Mat3H 7f AkePu 37 33 I
Memorial
also spent from Florida Southern and Christie
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KILLER SIrMi1.Pal. w Carry N off k StUNTS A SHORTS BOYS' TOPS*
Beach. BOTTOMS
Sheraton at St. Augustine Torode, Claire' Turner Howard and TNT An1 a Rosh I ,I w 11 ot., a 7- 'atyls will uu. ManLavi s Olympic T-tfurl Nylon Mean swb w/aut. ReQ.8 6)t)
Jane Watson from University of p .KIIW'n oa. M uynlw.I a .nd d.mm moil. BoIh at Po. punt d.ca4.nd 100%, MEN'S FASHION JEANS
Pk S. can.aa p1.ld N.alr/colton shat.Silt, Colton
r North Florida. 0Dngomt cam anon. .
1 hgaaa I., hone, ae-3{. ckn.wall
T.pae-l nits.-Ia
, ';' Elder Lester Harper 'and his wife. ya.aca.oum.1 -
LaRue of Safford, Ariz., have been Amanda Chandler and Margaret 7e.as Awn.eceio 1,

assigned as full-time missionaries( Diggs were among the 100-plus r -
of the Church of Jesus Christ of delegates who attended the Florida ISet lll 1 ,, u

Latter-Day Saints in the Starke area. School Food Service ,Association's 67 IATN Las t A, 97 ii.
The Harpers are happy to make this Legislative Conference' in :
I I" their home for the next year and half. Tallahassee May s E. :.. NAND xDI' Pt R 0 '
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,' Kenneth D. Chitty of Starke has MiN'S .-
MUSCLE '-
Joyce E. Wainwright AI i 1 4
,' recently completed the Professional w --- 5f: 3ric.woRlcoelct SHIRTS
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:'. of Birmingham, Ala. Chittyrepresents Army National. Guard Pfc. Joyce E. ON y.Nak awMdp, oWton I.- or 3., $ Pva'a paddail Vmirlupparail collar
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by Dolores Sa1emr, .Q. ;'" '. .. cutting. polwiing t 'andanUwnUsgemi. t.. iJ; .1-t! *;ela Menu of fllwthorn..?pent the watch he'boa and tfo activity til the: goodies sent to them frfim Gorman
phone 468-1919 Meng The pyramids' In I Cairo p were ';}1., ::1. .:,ffekend visiting hi* fain!laud, sea gulls at lunchttme. Mrs. Betty' as well as the tapes Evelyn sent ten-
fascinating. They attended an interesting During the trip>> they enjoyed a'stay friends here. Grjtffis was the friendly, feu driver for ing of her experiences w traveling
Holy Land Tour... presentation at an, am in Amsterdam, Holland. The tulips, the field trip. and living another- country.
MM. Mabel'' Nessmith phitheatre near the Sphinx. They saw roses and other flowers were spec Hampton School News During the following days, the' let Graders to Host Play I ;,'
her home returned< to the Tomb of King Tutankamon with tacular. The windmills were interesting Second Grt.de Field Trip students wrote interesting Illustrated Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade class : {
20, on Hampton Lake on May the buried treasures. too,and they enjoyed a boat Mrs, Shirley Bagwell's second essays about their field trips. These' will present the play, 'fhtee Billy ,
Jdlowlng a ten-day trip which In Among other historic sights were ride there. graders accompanied the first grade are displayed outside their Goats Gruff" on Tuesday, June S, at .
On Holy Land. traveling along the Nile River and They traveled by Austrian Airlinesto class to Jacksonville on May 16. They classrooms for other students enJoy -' 7:30: p.m.at the schooL Parents, other '
May 14
she accompanied Mrs. seeing the Suez Canal. Riding a camel Vienna where the scenery was love- were thrilled with the conducted tour relatives 'and friends of the first '
from Mary Hceder and her son, Michael was a new experience for Mrs. ly and the food delicious.The weatherwas of the Alexander Brest Planetarium. Making Tapes'for Evelyn graders are cordially invited. to attend ,, \I
Atlanta.Keystone Heights, ,by car to Nessmith and exciting tool perfect for the entire trip with enjoyable Their astronomy lesson included Mrs. Bagwell has been assistinghersecond this production. +
There they took the KLM The sights in Jerusalem' were companions and guides. identifying the sun, moon, and 'con graders In'taping interesting, Super P.E.Student .
Airlines for a flf Cairo the states. especially Inspiring. These included stellations in the Planetarium presen events taking place In their Coach Keith Tetatone named the
They landed in Egypt with the the River Jordan, the Sea of Galilee Holiday Visitors... tations. classroom. They plan to send these' following as Super'P.E:Students for'
Oren Travel International Travel the Wailing Wall, Garden of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn of ,Mrs. Debbie Donnerstag accom- tapes to their former classmate, the week May 21-25; 'Melissa Kyll'a;j
Group.: They were accompanied on Gethsamani with the Stations of the Ocala spent the Memorial weekend at panied the class, and assisted them Evelyn Rawcliffe, who now lives in Laurel Sanford, Rodney 'Padgett, ';
the tour by Rev. Towns of Winston- Cross, and many other Biblical their property on Hampton Lake and ,when they enjoyed their packed lunches Germany. They still miss,Evelyn and Johnny Powers, Randy'.Rboderi,t '.;
places. In Jerusalem, they also visited friends''here. at the Friendship Park on the St. want to keep In touch with her. Johnny Ford, Misty Koehler and I
toured a diamond factory, seeing the Eugene Meng, of Orlando and John's River. It was interesting to They enjoyed so much all the, Wynn,Collins. '
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II Lawtey:, News AMERICAS' !9LV DRUGSTORE "'\tf\t';i4 ; t

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' News.phone18z.3300Church .... ENDOF at I' iT1 :, ( ,

Mr.:and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended ,
the Florida Annual Conference of .
the ,United Methodist Church in ,
Lakeland. While there they stayed MONTH' &L'rn1ii.
with' Miss:Catherine Young. They : '
came home on Friday and on the way ,
they visited their ,cousin, (Sam ,
Gifflspie. the Presbyterian Home in a
Lakeland and his sister, ,Mrs. Lois
Tomlinson in Ocala.
Rev. al;;( Mrs. James Tompkins STAMPING OUT IGNORANCE IS HALF THE _.,. 'n;

; attended ference of the the Florida United Annual Methodist'Con-in FIGHT IN THE WAR Oty DRUG ABUSE! JUICE (' '

Lakeland The Conference sent him BOWL I.
back to Grace United Methodist The only thing sadder than J: 'drug) abuse among children DRHUKS

Church The'Robert at Lawtey Lee's for and another the Tommy year. | is ignorance about drugs and drug abuse among parents. '. t .

Edwards' were in Lakeland on Tues- 'I,. Eckerd pharmacists, with their knowledge and specialized a ut ANDES CREMSOE GALAXY 9" PERSONALSINGLESPiiDFAN

"o ''' ''tion day night.Service They'where attended Delbert the Ordina-King' I training,,can answer parents' questions about drug abuse., I 5/100limits. MENTHE CANDY :

"\,\ ",," former pastor of Grace United We're j Joining In the 'national.campaign. 'to,, educate the : gg* #215M'
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m Methodist' Church, was ordained a I
Deacon .In the United Methodist community, !. ; ....1U._.
[,4"',Church. ..____.t Limit 1 while quantities last Whisper,quiet ODef:ltlOl1'WJoA ,
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,,.'Chattanooga, Tenn.r visited their'' 't
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haga and
r family Tuesday until Thursday.While vaiv+ ; i'
f" ': there they ,went to Disney''World at 11is.
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";Orlando. ,
[''f ,Mr. and Mrs. .Benton, Futch of
f.. ',..:Graceville, who are spending their _..m !
, summer vacation in Starke, visited
their aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry, on PLANTERS :
v"'lblU'dayafternoon. TUMS GILLETTE, DRY ROASTED COMET AJAX }DURACELL ALKALINE, "}
r\,, Mr and Mrs. ,Ralph' Futch and 51. I SWIVEL/ 'RAZORS UMSALTEDPEANUTS "AAA" BATTERIES ,
ANTACID CLEANSER
Kristlna and Karen of
daughters ,
Black Mountain, N.C., spent the 12-TMUUOLU ::ac t ;' 1+os........KM I B:-i.Mp*
weekend with their parents, Mr. and .29 3 e 9 ..... ,29 e, CIII / ':
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Mrs. Willie Green of Starke,and theirajjmt. : :" !"\, f ,.ROLL 1 88' fV*""' t.2 !ft,1 .1 ,2-L7.& "n"qt 9 S c ,. ..4\ ,.1 ,
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Miss Elizabeth,' Terry.oi They Mon- ......... L. Pk "i:, '-0" J\\ :. ,' ratunfed tq Plapk Mountain
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djy and will return to LawteyUune 1 T... ._. rr.rarq."" ; : : v'8' v; flms drtanT, "
-as Ralph has accepted a position at,
UCI and will start work there June 4. .
They will live --with' Miss Terry from
then on and take care of her. 1.
Mr. and Mrs; H.C. Kelly had as .':
visitors on Wednesday afternoon SHOPANYONE'S ;

May 18, their cousins Mrs. Beulah' ADORN AD AT .!
Revels, and Mrs. Hazel Smith of ,
J Palatka, and Mrs. Eva Lanier of HAIRY ECKERD I i '
I" Ocala and their brother Cecil L
... We meet all CONAR"CURLAIRB"HOT \!
Whitehead of Starke; i
., Ronnie McClellan of Vidalia, Ga. DRYID1AROILON locally advertisedprices .. AIR BRUSH/IRON ir ii 't', 'f..
'was a Tuesday overnight guest of his on identical VCD-13....1.... '.
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:,' parents, Mr. and Mrs.Lea McClellan. 16 99 Sale GRAN PRIX AM I
I, 'Mrs. Minnie TCtonwas a SlD1day''dinner Atm-rwsmRANT UmltZJM4.Y LAUNORYBNOFTmerchandise.. 2.ffeM Mall Price Hi POCKET RADIO ,1. j
guest of her 8O 1-in-l&w.and, ,9JMC. P 13'Umit2 99' Bring in current .!!! Rebate *
'Mr" and Mrs. Marcus, .,7 ads"'& see! 14.99 = '
Mosey, of Highland, May 20. TrM9 11u7 -"- c.t 499 'f' s
,v IMr'. and Mrs. Charles Starling andfamily limit 1 White quantities last ;Hot air Jets, a.a a.w
spent the weekend with their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr:> and ,
f: Mrs. Jerre Starling and Amy of Safety -, .
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\I'' Harbor.. They attended services MCNorCMMUlTOOTIMRUSHi corY AIM ti f4AaudIR ii."R eG'
with the Jerre Starlings at First Bap- SMHnT nAY BMWN1COS. SODA RAaiAL nuHOSfi D-COM
:, list Church at Safety Harbor. AMHMI'M' >TTVttS LIPSTICKBJMWUUJI FUAMTICKorMousat "
Wednesday, May 23,Mrs. MildredTye VOUKOMtCfl99e sat ass.SftM.3POR ossma a
attended training meeting at Ss / i .M CAROCN
the General Mail Center of Jackson- ; h ;;., -I u 1 BUG KILLER,, 'I
ville. 190| 9"MSLNOR" MB.&M T
:"" Saturday morning;, May 36, John. UmltZf r 2"
.-. Tye, Jr. was honored with a birthday S UmttSPEARSON it
breakfast at. the Western ,Steer 11-oz Tick r
Steakhouse Starke.., OSOLLATINCSPR9NKLER 12-oz.:House&
,;;. We are happy to report that Barry a' itd Garden.'
( .,, Watts was able to come home Friday 1S-OL HCAYBCUJNVMANICURsl an.tw
A from St. Vincent's Hcepital Jackson-:, T CANDY ry DAIWA 150X.
>, ville. Our prayers are with him. I NAIL ; i BTTMS SPINNING
,% : and Mrs. John, Bloom' 'of COLOR. Fv'' 4 Reaarw., 9
:\' :r.*. Yokotaj}Japan,are the proud parents Vasefine.OYSTWSHfU Compare. 1 -. < *' V1NYI.ITItAP UUKXJ COMBO ''
:; I Nof. a daughter born May 22. Grandparents 1 67 LAWN FURNltUfiB ..
irA' .. are Col. and Mrs. William joursMMJITTRH Sif8Ba .
HATUIli MADi CMAIM !
, :' :,' Wilson and Col. and bin John, Bloom Limit 1 .CHAIR...sail ....- TMiaSHRUSlSPWES '' + I
' : of Fort Worth;Texas. iii Automatic
"' ; : The Robert Lees and Tommy'Edwards' -, ,OrRpl100 1929" MOOTS \, IntEmal bail trip, i
'Ii<: were In Lakeland on Tuesday ap >6M
t\1- :/11 1 attending the Ordination Service of '. 9 nmn STOCK Of.TOTBBAGS DOWNYPAWKC aMBtaCHJUSSMT44.99ICLOO ;; ; \
1"1 ,;" Deacon Delbert King, former pastor P99 NSRF
' '',''of Grace United Methodist Church. UtrOta taorr t BASEBALL.
, w.,',.-'Mrs,'Jeanne Lee was in Keystone 3Q.I0 asa" an,2.en
: *:ffHmgM ba'Wednmdafyialting.herlMarjorieVghetsel:;; MMKHAUNM LUNCHMATI, ..'.....FCHF.P. 'r"',..,.. .",., '.., .,
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#w8 $Wa,4 INN sorry to 'learn Jim ,
Haga was wounded In an accident in ,v RIOULAX unfit KODAK ,
F and his t PRiCl9 while quantities I it ,
Sedih Carotiasi Saturday .f ? ,0 COLOR PRINT ,
l son-in-law. and' daughter Mr. and 7Y' Selection may I last Price | FILM .. ,.
i Mrs sJohn"ChempagneaofChat: : -;i vary by store reflectslCents e cnss ,
tanooga,. !we tillDd:,< '&ty him >and'brought se axrowm rsarrn.oosssauae "
Win Sun [ time i 311 "
will spend a short with the famlI. 1
Our with all the faml-) ,"'
ly. : prayers are CHARCOAL ,1URTL.WAX :
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. ;, School Board ] Off Vote on:'TQ&ikiisf: er;'Zone' '; o \ .":' ,19 4-S5' School Calendar -:,
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Aug.,20 'I'iiiiT t *. . .. roProd.M
ByMurkfr'rledlln tlwy. 100. and is identical to a zone which had been set previously. some of recruiting athletes for the Aug.'23 k .ar>v''I ,.'. . . first Day
HCT Staff Writer already approved for high school "We already have number of Clay high school last year and called the . : .Labor Do, Holiday
The Bradford County School Board students last August. Students livingin County students in thq Kingsley Lake" allegations "blatent lies". S.pt V !'! ,. !! !! !! .. End of Fr| f She w.ok. ,,

has postponed for two weeks a decision that section of Bradford County area who attend school at BUS Referring to the black community .Oct. .. .. .. . .Teacher Planning Day
J- . .
on an agreement with Clay Coun- previously had to submit an applica- Tynes pointed out. "This agreementis of Spoedvllle, which is located in the Oct. 1
ty that would allow students living tion and receive special permissionfrom a tradeoff which allows that arrangement new zone, Eckdahl said: "Nobody Nov. H . . . . .0. .End of Second' Six' Woolcs .'
near Keystone Heights to attend Clay both county boards to attend to continue;without all the will.talk about it but I will. I'm not Nov. 21 22 23. . .. Thanksgiving Holidays
County schools. school in Keystone Heights, even paperwork, and also allows us to be about to sit here and draw a line > 4.-.Christmas Holidays
Jan.
Board member J.T. Parrish re though they lived much further away flexible for future growth in both around Speedville." Dec. 4 . Toachor Planning ,
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quested the delay Monday night so' Bradford schools in Starke. areas." < .proposed amendment to JOB j. . /. .. Day
that the agreement with Clay could be from The Bradford School Board Will Board member Jack Eckdahl,who Bckdahl's motion to approve was Jan.! e. . . .. . . Studonts Roturn- ':
reviewed by school board attorney vote on the agreement as a emergenrv represents ?(the Keystone Heights presented by Board member George Jon 17.! .. . .. . .. .. ,End of First *......t... "
Terry Brown. \ nrriinanr at their next regular area, strongly supported the agree- Bush, who said parents should be required Jan. 18..1 ..,. . ..' *.Toachor Planning! Day ,;

Parrish said Brown needed to meeting. ment and was commended'by Doth to sign a statement that they Fob 22. .. .. . .. .. .Toachoi1 Planning Day ,(
boards
determine if students would have the Clay School Superintendent Jesse for "his work on the amendment understood the agreement had to be .
, opportunity to voluntarily ask for admittance Tynes praised the new agreement, ,r renewed on a yearly basis. < March 4, . :. . . ... End 0' Fourth Six.Wooks J
y;1 to schools in Keystone which must renewed annually but "I have supported this amendmentall The amendment died for a lack of a April 5. . . .. .. .. .. . Good Friday Holiday (
,"" Heights. both bodies, as opening a new era in along," Eckdah' said after making second after Tynes said he did not April 15.19. . . . .. Spring Brook .
I The two counties have had an Infor cooperation between the two counties, the motion 'to approve the proposal. want to make Bradford students* feel April 23. . . . . .. .. .End of Fifth Six W.... -,
out a precedent Eckdahl said he had been accused like "second class citizens' ''
but also pointed by
mal arrangement concerning the Juno 4. . . . . End of Second Somostor. *',
matter in the past and there are a :t
+ number of Clay students living in the I '
} Kingsley Lake area who attend ,
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l;)'.. I vote County unanimously School Board at a officials"special THURSDAY, MAY 31 ONLY- .

i meeting Tuesday May 8 for ant \ I I'I
amendment allowing an Increased
If," number of Bradford County students
r to attend school at Keystone Elemen.

tary School. .
The new zone borders SR 21.B,
Lake Santa Fe, Immokolee Road and m

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;' Caws of Fraud

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c,. i a significant number of
', possible fraudulent operations
it.; through use of the COD system. According -
W.T. Hardison, local \
't' to \ \ \\ GRADE A
Starke postmaster there is definitely \

-y,;, ; ,. some of these practices going on in MARKET STYLE \ V
,E the Starke area. Citizens are advisedto 1
beware of these practices. =

4 The the problem promotion is especially/advertising prevalentin field. SLICED BACONBONUS J JFAMn.V

It is aimed primarily at small
businesses and consists of cold \\\\ \ \\ \
telephone solicitations for purchase of BUY \ TWO PER f3AG
advertising items such as bail point
pens, key chains, coffee mugs, and \ \
similar items; for which the price 1 \ \ \ A .
r ranges usually between$190 and$450. SIZE
l", In addition to the items offered for PACKAGE LB \ \ \ ...
purchase the company states that you \
will win such items as large TV sets, \
Satellite TV Dishes home computers,
U.8.D.A. TOP QUALITY
'i \ etc.stereo systems, Hawaiian vacations, FRESH' PORK $ H.59SPARE \ \ \ LB
,\ \\ 'uMR 2 eACS wm't A
4.dJ I ; You are often asked to send from \ \ SUOeR"""", PURCHASE '
: $40 for freight, insurance, RIBS Bonus
order
T't in get your prize sent to you MEDIUM IIIZII :&
; ,::1 or a registration fee for the vacation. ,
When the advertising articles are ----1 ,
;. received they are extremely inferior KNBP8CORNED \\\ %" i'UN '

items and may contain advertisingfrom BEEF $1f139 ,,a' P\ ,1i
places you never heard of in .
clUes, if you get anything at all. The BRISKET
": os .prizes and/or vacations are never !, ._ Bonus l. 'Jof ,. '
,\ (j heard of again once-you'have'purchased 1IOII..
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freight or registration. 1
s
n z Occasionally if the COD article is CUMBERLAND GAP TENDER if ;
not purchased immediately you will eons 1/1 f/1
BONELESSDINNER Barr ,
h receive a call from the sender stating $199 I 1 4 4V.U

that you have won a large sum of HAM '
money, but, they need the winning '
number out of the COD article before ... '" J.-... "-....
; it can be sent to you. Other devices ...'.. l"4'r
may be used to tempt you to purchase .A.f.TOP CHOICE 10TO 12 La AVG. __ n1t'1I1I"J!' jS "
,l.y. : the COD article. This is all they are BONELESSRIB .
i ; interested in.Remember. 89
you can refuse a COD EYES : 3 L1"r i
article prior to purchase, but after N'
purchasing and opening you cannot WHOUR IN THB BAO. LB .. /,... ,.to. ,
refust the article and your money

t cannot be refunded. Please make == MEATPIER DAIRY DELI 'APPETIZER'
: every attempt to be certain that you
are dealing with a reputable
organization prior to accepting and 11111/it/
paying for COD articles. ""JUNE ')
IS DAY i
: I Always remember, "IK IT 1PANTRYPRJDE100PURE I BCIY-1 GET-1 / 'LEAN' .
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tfi.J8"; ',' la the second of the tournament -
'' second game
i Starke's Starettes took '
2iuI' place at a junior girls Softball tournament the Starettes edged the Moultrie
),,' !,,. 'lacers... .in Moultrle Ga., last weekend Tomboys 12-10. Shaun Butler was the j
The Starelles are from left to right after winning two games and falling team leader with kf-4The Starettes
front Prow' : Sheila Shannon. Stacey In the last two to the championship had 18 base hits while the Tomboys d

Marshall Dana Shannon Tara Mar- I IJ team, Patriots, from Tifton, GA.. The Pat iota battle 'r'f '
chant Lisa Tierney,' Daphlne In the first game of the tournamentthe put up a defensive
Williams, Latashla Lindsey. Second Starettee, led by Tashla Lindsey In the third game to edge the
'row: Stephanie Rigby, Wanda with 4-oM, beat the Thomasvilto Jets Sureties 9-T. Starettes out hit the 1
Jenkins, Dori Davis, Shaun Butler, Patriots 11-5. Wanda Jenkins
Pam Zurfluh.Tangela Pittman. Lorle 131.Lindsey, during the game also hit a Tangela Pittman and Tashla Lindsey I
Jenkins and Cindy Perado.Not shown home run.As a total the Starettes had each had a homer in the game. "The"

Is..Roberta. ,'" Williams.. 12 base hits while holding the Jets to difference In this game was defense

_ ja ,.(, .... 1 I -......-___ -- .' _._._.._. -_... only !six. Mar-.day'
in the finals of the losers
i Vv bracket, the Starettes' beat Hayes

-| .7/,ALL l ITEMS & PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, MAY 31 THRU WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 6, 1984. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED; Plumbing Winning that from game Fitzgerald put the, Starettes Ga. 108. ,

i' XiV** In the championship game with the :
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named to all-area teams In Softball
and baseball by the Gainesville Sun,
with another four making it on.the second
; ,FIRST OF SEASON = BANANAS team. ,
: i RED RIPE'' / Four were named to the first all- '
area girls Softball team and two nam
; BIMGCHERRIES ed to the all-area baseball team.
Bonus, The girl's team made It to the state I''
: 13UYA play-offs, but were duffed 9-1 in the a)
: 'i .7 .. first round by South Sumter High.
7' 17' The boy's team went through the
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; PER regular season undefeated in district

POUND' play, but fell 10-0 to. Clay, in the
district tournament

(: Girls named to the all-area. first'
8'9 team are I
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YELLoW ONUS Myra dimming,Inflelder; Cummings Ii
'" La BUY i performance Included a hitting
8 average of.420 with five homers,four
-- ---- CORN EACH EAR triples and five doubles. She'had a I+
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.... ,- ,, 'Vonda Kay Hall infIelder; Hall was \\
w FRESH 'one of the most productive player on ,

/ GREEN the Tornado.squad, Hall.haq a hitting
; ,v/ .N a YS ?y ,:aYEragbl of .370 inciudjjij.jour! : home. '
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Mashelle Brown, shortstop; Brown ;
was the leading hitter on the team
with an average of .469 and 28 RBI's.
RED RIPE r.i;;; ; .,.
t WATERMELONS ... Usha. Long, outfielder; Long's hit-
: i 14 ting average was .450 land included
I'' / PER two home runs and 37 RBI's.: "
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baseball first team were :"

\ EATING NORTHWESTERN @]', Richie Fender pitcher and'short
.';," 39 stop; Fender was 3-3 on the mound 'i
,:,: 1 PEARS PER during the season. lie finished the I
: & 1 : p POUND .' season with 38 strike outs and walked i, t
1.II: zr % ? j -i-a g j > ; only nine during 36 innings of play. He \ '
also had an ERA of 2.13 and.batted .
'.. 3 Our GroceriesTHE .280 on the year. ::1'

; John David Francis, outfielder j
; 111 nn7 Francis was the leading hitter for the
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ROBUNrs Tornado squad with an average of
1 .7Zeoz SUNSHINE
GOLDEN N . .435.

MACARONICHEDDAR .' KRISPYCRACKERS 79 BHS bad four members of the .
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CHEESEUMira 1OOCT.LEISUREWAY Shoenlng pitcher; Robert Caner
J I catcher; Tony Dlggs, secondbaseman ,1
,; / p -- WITH A reo on MORE root soda ti,' : ( ; Andy Chaff,outfielder. '
89 Girls Softball pitcher Valerie *
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,Hamm received honorable mention '
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'", / ,r.'I. ', ( WHlTllOA. : "warrraflt,. .' :.' '' for<< the individuals to begin the ". It .
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I\ Bradford Tornado squad just before the second down lays "
High gridders battled to a the On the v an at-
: 0-0 tie with Palatka then rolled 15-0 quarter with Interlachen started. tempted pass to Brett Fusser was in-
, over Interlachen during one'quarterof That, they did. tercepted by the .Rams l.t the. two t
play each during the Spring Jamboree Francis put the opening kick Into yard line. f :$; pjjlj" -l- .
''I in Palatka last Friday night. the endzone and the Rams took Aver,, Interlachen took over at the 23 yard # i
"We were very pleased with the at the 20 yard line. '. line.r. but another!strong hold by theBHS r"'
showing during the jamboree. We felt The Rams drove hard up the middlefor defense for the 'Rams ,into
1 confident going in, and I was satisfied a first down at the 30 yard line, another punting situation:.
.1. with the offensive and defensive efforts then on first down Mike Chappell BHS took over at the 36 yard line i 1 I
," says Head Tornado Coach recovered a fumble for the Tor with 2:30: minutes left,in the period. ?
\ David Hurse. nadoes. BHS then took over at the 27 y
In other quarters St. Augustine yard line of the Rams. After a loss of two yards Francishit t' i +B .
whipped Palatka 3-0 and Interlachen On the first play, quarterbackFrank Andy Jones for a 13 yard$ pick up. : I
screen, then Diggs broke three Following a five yard penalty on the. I
Tornadoes0PanthersODuring tackles and made his way to the goal Tornadoes, Francis then hit Diggs for -,qi.: ify
line for the first Tornado scoring of seven yards to move the ball to the 18
) the quarter's play against the evening. yard line. I'I
Palatka both teams were close toscorlngi With Francis back to kick the extra With only one second on the'clock '
but neither could get across point, there was a bad snap to holder Francis was'set up for a 36 yard fieldgoal. 'E
?: line.Bradford Long. Francis picked up the ball, roll- .' Another bad snap, forced _
had first possession of the ed to the right then threw, under another scamble In'the' back field. 4 1
ball and drove to the Panther's five pressure to Long for a two point con- This time Long picked it up and found
I yard line. Tony Davis broke loose for version. The score put Tornadoes in Diggs open at the goal line for another
.,. a 24 yard spring, behind good block- front 8-0 with 9:43: minutes left in the BHS touchdown, putting BHS in front
Ing for one of the initial gains during quarter. 14-0. Francis missed the extra point e, .' _
q '" t the dive.: A Panther sack and two Again on the kick, Francis put the attempt, but 'a roughing;the, kicker i d ?
4 BHS penalties stalled the drive. ball in the endzone. A tough Bradford call was made against the Rams. On
,.' I BHS kicking specialist John David. defense held the Rams and forced a the second attempt, Francis's kick r:
', Francis then attempted a 26 yard punt. The punt went high, to the right was good and BUS hit the locker''
: field goal, but it was to the right and and out of bounds at the Ram's own 23 rooms 15-0 winners. 1" In a v P .
: no-good, leaving the score 0-0. The yard line.Francis. t, _* ''
,,10" Tornadoes didn't penetrate into Panther went in as quarterback for Let's Stick it to'"'em....
I" of the the remainder of the quarter. On first "We've been practicing the: bad '
the rest
;i( territory during down Clint Jenkins scrambled for a snap-field goal situations," 'said Head Bradford High Football Coach David Hurse BUS rolled 15-0 over the Rams in the one quarter of ''
". I quarter. one yard gain. After a 26 yard pass Hurse.Some spectators along the side gives Instructions and a pep talk to BIIS gridders ..play, after finishing in a 0.0 deadlock. with Palatka in
Rams from Francis to Tony Diggs, Diggs line, as well as some other.team'scoaches before taking on Interlachen at the Spring Jamboree In the. first period of Tornado play. /t\
Tornadoes 15 0"Let's "
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pleased
got the ball on a pitch out, but was thought 'it was a faked field Palatka last Friday night
goal. Right before the players tqok the field Hurse told the defensive performance of the Tornado'squad during r \
I. stick it to em, said nurse to thrown for a loss. "f ". '
team "let's stick,it to'em., the jamboree. \ ,*'$r": .uh
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'b'! 1; Head BHS am particularly pleased with the ing the ball in the air, which should
t. I Hurse seemed of the two running make us a much more balanced ball
t "J performance of Brown most of all," says club."
the Spring ."He has had an outstanding
Friday night. and with his toughness and Two players pointed out as turningin
J I 1.: Hurse pointed at full back, along with im good performances during the jam-
he is be boree Jamie Whitehead and
\ strong point on blocking going to a were
I i.. have the at full back as well as running Mike Early. Other outstanding defen-
that we have ball." flume said Brown and sive performances were turned in by The Braves are back!
,<< always like have shown most improvement Lonme Hamilton, Falstreaux, Diggs, ,
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,I <'"' same time in a varsity player Clint Jenkins.is, ly Jackson,Mike Chappell, KeithGill- .< .
l \ Receivers that good improvement. ingham, Andy Nguyen and Richard r. .. I

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Starke Recreation Department's single elimination Spring Tennis Tourna- New Tore... .IEconomicatt(7p.rop.sforp.nni.soday.: J '
.' ,: ment is set for June 1-3.There win be singles and doubles competition in both :, '' V
men's and women's divisions. -. :>, ., "
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Deadline for entry is Friday, May 25 and the draw is set for May 29. ". \ .. damage'; Ihe-.nlJlr.Qnme"-Th. bug-kulinq grid i I.,
I Entry fee for the tournament is $5 for single and $8 for doubles v 11 r, fvlly-thlelcled) la protect. people ndpsp. ,
Entry forms are available at the Old Armory and Chub's. Trophies ,for. 21" Cot tart-Propelled, .... 'I'p

I.::1 t l',I first and second places will be provided. Rear Ba l i.- Rear.Wheel' '. ." '.Efflylenti": B Qs fly|'n-they) don'IPly'out! .'

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I : June 18-23. Finals will be held the 23rd. .'< V\*\ ;>./ & ,: 1 : ii 5489 ,li98
f I There must be one person on the team from Bradford County &;: '-. 1"7'O ,
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: >' only. Official ball for this year's tournament is Wilson. Winners of the event. rifle '.f ....n ,!.

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t'W I High basketball star Daren Chandler was named .to the second ,_ ia-I t 'Tap 1 $., + 1
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:.. J' '' Chandler finished the season with an average of 18.2 points per game along ; I _
% with 10.1 rebound ,. / v'" ,
#' This Is the first time a BUS basketballer has been'named to an sllatateteam :.'.'"-"T. we. : 1I\'i/1\'/ : 'i,",
>: since 197475. Coincident/, that was Donnie Sewell Daren's cousin. I. ''. \
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1. ; Chandler was also named to the all-area first team. r eratKt\ '

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WOUDLAWN'OR 129-385 OR I D EPO IN V ESTM. EN" i S I NC 003144-000-7 $124.81 LOT 12 IN WOOOLAWN EX COM 09 65 22 El/2 OF NE1/4 OF OF NEI/4 RUN W 156

29-386 1389 CASSAT AVE 6.00 AC ,. AT NE COR OF sin LF LOT NW1/4 S OF SR 233 EX N 3 .5' TO W R/W OF CO GR RO
JACKSONVILLE FL 32201 BANKS CHARLEEN ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 65.95 FOR POB, N 208.75'i W 208

112300300 24 55 22 LOT 1 EX W 1434. 2088 FOULK RD SUB PEETSVILLE ADD L LEGAL SEE 'TAXROLLI)

02329-000-2 $376.07 ? ',LOT 2 EX R/W C EX PORT BOOTHWYNE PA 19061.. 0204900600
5.00 AC ION E OF OLD LAWTEY MIDDL 25 5S 22 W 64 OF NEI/4 CF 01872 -00101 003844-000-5 $39.87 0227800202 '

RIFFIS GERALD EBER RD C LOT 3 S OF CAR NW 1/4 OF SE 1/' DESC OR 003457-000-2 $45.90 TERRELL ROBERT E C MATTHE. 004263-000-8 $26.03
/a JOSEPH M GRIFFIS LET ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 108-238, \ HAMILTON IR IE ..J, L ODE SS ART I BCWYIE! TERRELL COHENS MILLIE LEE '

1 BOX 847 SUB MATT1SONS REPLAT .LOT 1 BOX 'I,5 1 RT 15 BOX 303 1208 DELL ST
AWTEY FLA 0168400500 I.D0311)30006 LAwTEY FL 32058. MAXVILLE FL 32234, STARKE FL 32091

32058 0148000601 $323.58 35 '5S 22 BEG AT'NE! COR I lil 09 6S 22 COM AT NE COR 'OF 18 65 22 COM'AT SE COR OF

1 55 22 E1/2 OF LOT IIN 002895-000-3 $167.96 .44 AC OK30206P0666 K 1 PEETSVILLE SO S88W 0'N SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 RUN W'420 Ntl/4 W 208.15' TO POB C

MOriDLAWN ARMSTEAD ELIZABETH LEE CLARA E "' BNDY 272.06' S 570.1 FOR POB RUN W 210' S 21 ONT W 208.75' N 208.75' E

I ; ( DEHLAH WASHINGTON :'>>0 BOX) 242 \, 8' TU NLY R/W SR 200-B N8 0' E 210' N 210' FOR POB 208.15'. S 203.75' TO, POB

, 1131013CO 192 1/2 PLAYER ST AWTEY FL 32058 ( ADi L LEGAL SEE "TAXROLL)
02354-000-7 $309.06
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9.45 AC
24 5S 22 S1/2 OF LOT 6 OF CO GR RD /C E LINE OF' 'SE14 / 01872 -01203 003845-OOC-l $26.63 004275-000-5 $26.03
HASTAIN 1 BOX THOMAS 930 B C LOUIST BLK 13 IN LAWTEY E OF RR OF SWl/4 80' N 240' ''E 003U2-000-2 $ liS. 18 TERRELL LULA BELL ROBERTS KATIE LEE

80' S 240' TO P08 5.00AC, I LEROY BURTONPO 1411 N GRAND ST
AWTEY FL 32058 01480- C1100 RUSS CYNTHIA S BOX 1023 STARKE FL 32041
' 1 55 22 Wl/4 OF LOTS 30 01744- -00000
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13 55 22 COM AT INT S LINt 002900-000-2 $19.76 .' STARKE "-FL 32 LOT 25 C ELY R/W SR200N ARM STEAD DAVID SR 1748-, --00000 LITTLE H CHESTER
$518.81 35 55 22 BEG AT THE INTEROF RT 2 BOX 153-8
OM ELY R/W 121.85 TO 11 SPRINGS RO10NTICELLO 003237-000-4 NLY BORY OF R/W OF SR PO BOX 1276 .' STARKE FL 32091 .'
[ POd CONT N ON ELY R/W 105 NY 12701 UL50N J G & DELIHIA K, ,M STARKE FL 32091 ''
200ELY GORY OF' R/W H 18 6S 22 COM AT NW COR SEC
( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI t 24 5S 22 BEG AT NE COR OF 1818 MOULTRIE RD WY 301 FOR 'POD. N31* E AL 10 65 22 COM At SE COR, SE S 2053.33, TO POB CONT
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LOT 14, N 71W 100' S17* .
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002420-000-2 $509.06 PO 8 M COR OF SWl/4, N 247FT FOR Y.BDY. Sl/2 OF SEl/4 E 164
0189600200 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
40.00 ACPENDARVIS POBNlY 191FT E 280F.TTO 003434-000-9 $121.84 ( AOD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

B F MRS EST 01487 -00800 HMY 301, SLY ALONG H 5.76 AC 02289- -00100

C/0 WM E PEN ARVIS 002908-000-0 $25.71 ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) GRIFFIS 'WILLIE C' VONNIE 0210900100 004315-000-9 $26.03

j', RT 1 BOX 1116 COLEMAN C ET ALI ? JEAN 003932-000-2' $'402. 41 MOSLEY JOHN 'W G CLARA N'
, ", LAWTEY FL 32058 I HENDR IETH LOUISE H LE U1754-! -o zoo V PO BOX 586MACCLENNY 20.00 AC BOX 109LAWTEY .

13 55 22 LOTS 38,39,42,43 PO BOX 214 03245-000-7, $22.2'3 FL 32063 BRANNON JEROME S FL 32058
? WOOULAWM LAMTEY.. FL 32058 .84 AC OR80206P0052. 1521 NE 35TH TERR ,
35 55 22 COM AT SW COR OF 18 6S 22 BEG AT NE COR OF
24 55 22 COM AT NE COR LOT DIGGS E & NEWSOME E PRT GAINESVILLE FL 32605
( NW1/4 OF NW11".r.330' F S 1/2 OF SW 1/4, OF SW I/
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r:: 002421-000-8 $717.31 .92' FOR PJDB S17* W173' E AWTEY FL ,32058 W OF SR 200, N 31* ,35.5 NEi/4_ ,;: '08.75 E 208.75' TO PCB
20.00 ACPENDARVIS 100' N17 E173 KLY 100' 26 55 22 E 204' OF' S 180' ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 0213601500 '
FRED C JULIA G ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) OF Wl/2 OF SWIM OF 'NWIV, .. '. 1003981-000-1 ,'$96.19 02299- -OC100
004355-000-9 85.49
RT 1 BOX 1142 SUB GREENS REPLAT OF BLK "OF sEi/4 :. ; 01900- -rOOOOQ. ,. ,' WRIGHT ELMER C 3.96 AC ORB0209P0582

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13 55 22 LOTS 44 E 53 412 ELM ST
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'i WHITE. ROBERT RI 1 BOX 1254'LAWTEY ,- PO 60X 124 "., 14 6S 22 COM AT SW COR SEC 18 65 22 COM At SW COR OF
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RT 1 BOX 380 LOT 17 & RUN N 304 FT E SWI/4 OF SE1/4 EX 'R/w &W i< 'SUB STRAWBERRY ACRES.". ( AOD.L LEGAL SEE TAXROtL '( AOD L LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL)

LAWTEY FL 32058 260 FT FOR A POB THEN RUNN EX; LOT OrW SIDE S OF GR '+i'.' 01905-, -01400 .'-. .. '. 0215300000

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BOX 214WHIGHAN BOX 5 RT 2 BOX 2055 ONT .6 ,672.18. TO $E. COR 0 13.3' TO s' R/W OF'' CO GR R, :.18 6S. 22 ':COM AT' SW' COR 'OF-
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RO.S 436.95'E 148.45'T 0155100000 aF REF COM AT SW COR SEC 003511-000-0 223.78 004043-000-0. : $591.77 ? i, 91 r* j

( AOD( L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 002977-000-9 '$27.69HAKE C'ADD L LEGAL: ,SEE TAXROLL CLARK LEONARD 'A &' CARRIE PURTER DAVID C: NINH THE 02299- 004'00'

1 DEBORAH' S 1831- -00100 'I\**?' 11975 BETULA RD ;'J. 1401 TEMPLE AVE ; 004358-DOCK S6.0C!

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004505-000-2 $335.66 IN N-RENO S/D ?' 28 65 22 LOTS 6,8 OF BLK( .
HAL LORY"GARLAND' G ALLENE SUB GAHAGAN '< '.* 004890-000-9 112.73 R T 1 BOX 20' 8 IN ORIG TOWN ,OF STARKE :

924 RAIFORD RD ';,' HaLL IDAv GEORGE &. 'THERESA, STARKE FL 32091 0345200000 ,

STARKE FLA 02564 OCOOO > '' ;;' 1225 TOM HALLST. \ ': 'Z1-.6S' 22 Sl/2 OF LOT 4 OF 03053-', -OOOOO', 006072-000-5, .J $73345

32091 004743-000-8 $140.30 STARKE' FL 32091 BLK I OF GARDEN 'ACRES' AS 0056680007$248.92 NUGENT VERA L .

OFLK'? 22 65 22 LOTS ,8 C',9 01 F BL ,':DESC OR 185-360 RT I BOX '362 "
21 6S 22 LOT 4 B D WRIGHT CHARLES C LEILA MA L 'I D ENTERPRISESOF'GAINESVILLE '
l'i.
\ 'I NAT'WIL'LIAMS STARKE FL 32091 ,,
ALEWOOO SID' 1215 OLD LAWTEY'ROSTARKE "' 0290000000' 28 6S'22 LOTS ,5. e,7 &;;,WLY
SUB SUNNY'ACRES02318C00700 FL 32091 PO BOX 690NEWBERRY 18' LOT 8,9,10:0F: BLK
02646A01000I 005456-000-2 $23.32 OF ,
'' ,
21 6S 22 LOT 26 OF BLK 1-- 32669
or, 'I. 004891-000-5 160.09 JOHNS CARL L', FL 14 IN L T 6' COS ,ADD;:),l'l
IN GAHAGAN S/0 *:
.
$3-OF BLK
28 6S 22.LOTS' 1 ,
004542-000-4 $409.88 SLOCAM ,M ,J & ERMA J : BOX 130STARKE "- j
it
HANKER SON DAN u' ", 02568 00000 :." 1314 GROVE STSTARKE' '. '" FLA 9 IN 'ORIG TOWN OF STARKE 03509- -O QQi( -An' ; ?">" ;\ *
EX'RR.PolY
414 MICHIGAN ST, 004787-000-2 1314.04 FL 32091 k/ ;' 32091 ,. 006129000.6 $68.75

STARKE FLA 22 65 22 LOT 10 ,OF 'BLK 1 27 6S 22 BEG AT NW COR OF GRIFFIS JEROME; .f !L
WRIGHT CHARLES W' C LEILA '
-00000
32091. ,' IN NAT WILLIAMS SO OR 126 El/2 OF SE1/4.0F 561/4, 03058- RT 3 BOX 1625 .< ".;

21 ''6S 22 LOT 7 I'W' 19'. OF STARKE 1215' OLD FL LAWTEY 32091' RD, "!' -505 ,'., : 50* M/L/iE/, 151 S 100' E 005672-000-6 TOTH MARY ANN '. $108.17' STARKE FLA, ,: r ','

8 BLK 3 SUNNY ACRES N 35' TO S LINE 32091
300' M/L
LPT
21 ,6S 22 LOT 4 OF: BLK, 2 I PO BOX 72 ,
15 FT
026'46-A-0'1300 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 28 6S 22 LOT 4 & S .
02413- -00200 N GAHAGAN a
S/D ; ;..: 004894-000-3 _$$33.83 STARKE FL 32091 OF LOT 5 BLK 28 IN L; T.
004566-000-8 $36.50 '' ,.. 0291900400 28 65 22 LOTS 6,8.0F BLK ADO' "
I COS
HOLIDAY GEORGE & '
BRANSON JOSEPH' 0 C DONNA 0257100000 ( <; i, i THERESA' 005487-000-3 $551.72 10 IN ORIG TOWN OF STARKE TROB

1909 WELLS'RD 113' 004790-000-5 $122.,59SMITH 1225 TOM ,HALL ST ,,,., j, BURCH DONN IE ''6' CLAR ARENA DESC OR 100-238 & 100-24 SUB DAVIS Y'SADD.., .
STARE, 32091 .
ORANGE PARK FL 32073 HELEN, > ,j, t' FL 501 OLD LAWTEY RD 1': ". .. 03539caooo': I'' :.,
21 65 22 COM AT SW COR OF 22 6S 22 LOT 13 Of .BLK' 1NAT "
1202 KELLER.ST' ,-, jt ."r '" SlD 1 STAR!<,E. FL 32091 006157-000-9 $35:41:
WILLIAMS'
SW1/4 OF SEI/4 E ALONG STARKE FLA ,' ,,' C,? ., 28 65 '22 ARC -4"OF WATERS 03066- -00000 SUPPLY
'" STARKE BUILDERS
SLY BNOY 667.9'' TO P08'' SI M 32091.- ; ;, -r ;N'/ 10268.3 \ UNRECD SO AS DESC OR 195 005681-000-5 $317.36 : <
1-/
; BOX 883 i 8H 293.5S72E 29K6 ,N 6S 01000 ti '
21 22 LOT ?7 OF .BLK,2 I 82 :, MARSHALL MRS WT3453'BEAUCLERC
004933-000-1 /, $470.81 STARKEFLA ;t. a ;!"
( ADD L.LEGAL. SEE tAXROLL) ,N GAHAGAN! SID' RD '
,. JENKINS -LEE &: BLANCHE 32091 i 'f r.i, '
.
,/_I 1117 ,JENKINS/ S1STARKE'FLA 02919- -OC700 JACKSONVILLE FLA- 28 ,65 22 LOT 4 OF 'BLK 3 I
'
0241600000 02574- 00000 : \ 005 88..000-9, 54.38 32211
TRUBYS ADD
N DAVIS 6
004570-000-7' $600.71 004793-000-3 $67. il 28 65 22 LOTS 5, 6 7 OF. BLK .
'" 32091'' : "' JEFFERSON WM S ET AL. SUB JONES, N J ADO TO.STAR
BROWN MARY 0', ALBERT QUEEN ESTHER :, ; ; 601, OLDLAWTEY, RD I 13 IN 'ORIG, TOWN OF STAR : :
22 6$ 22' COM AT SW.'COR: OF ""
PO BOX)( 1233 1115 N DELL.ST, .. .. STARKE; FL. 32091 vi KB 0398600100" "\
..SEC E 39.49V; N 750 ,, E 006207-000-8 IIt2. 5'
STARKE FLA STARKE Fl, 32091 7 WATERS UN'"
PARC '
300' FOR P08, E '18:59. N 28 .6S 22
.
32091 21 6S 22 LOT 12, OF-BLK; 2 '' RECD SO AS DES ,OR 205 472 03111- -00000' STARKE BUILDER SUPPLY' '
92.26
1. E 102S W 'S,10
21 6S 22 COM AT NE COR SECS3lOEG IN GAHAGAN 005723-000-1 11, 69.15 PO BOX 883 "
( ADD L LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL) STARKE FL 32091 '
W 95970 CR OF R ,' ,, 0292500000 VAUGHN ERNEST C JR -
R & CR OF CENTER ST N72 D 02586- -00000' ""-' \ 0054930004. $313.71 S THOMPSON ST 28 ,65 22 EI/2.0F. LOT'': 2: OF
02688- -00000 V.!' BLK 1 TEMPLES ADD,' -'I, .
G M O.N .CR ST.1246..6'S18C 004808-000-2 $101'.35WOLF ., 004944-000-2 $43.46: HOLLAND' ESSIE STARKE FLA .
ADD, L"LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI LOUISE A EST '' c o* HA-II.E ": 32091 "' ';
t ; .
i, ", \8 3'J j', -..(.. I ; C ,OE\oEV TAYLQR ,'JR.: "..' 1'l. BROWN BARBARA'' '' ,. ---'II I 802 N OAK ST "I"" )r5 .1',", 1 <, 28 60,22'$2x4' I .l/."z"."F,TOFf.. 03605- -0490g;) raysL4r': ; ,

,02423.; oJ.J .....:d OzOO- ,,__--*..*.IJ /' tN: ;"+':JUa.e' "E.'" -: -, LARRY$"ST' ?; nR1'rFt.-.nzfln lf ." 1 Ilea I"i9"h'VFOPI &.;>K'O'ZtnQJI'' 0 ..1.aoo.o"fi'" yES2820y4 ..,.. "

004577-000-9''. '.: \ $6,54. ISTARKE.rFat'320911t1r: SYARIC j FL 28 65.. 22 COM lOoTlTW: OF LOT 6 EX N 10 'FT OF Wl/2 SIMMONS SUZANNE : :

; 7.23 ,AC 21 6S 22 LOTS OF BLK:' 3,. I 32091 'OF'' T' ''. NE"' COR Q-Fi Wl/2. OF flMl/4' D I LOT 8 .OF BLK ,20 IN ORIG 111 E WASHINGTON, ,ST-
22" 'W 2',0'
6S ; E 100'
'I "'" J" 22 STARKE FLA. '
COOPER SARAH B N GAHAGAN SID F SE1/4 OF NUt RUN S (ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXRQLL 1 '
OF N 93.7 ,OF S 3$3.4 0
POBOX 370 245, W 100' "N' 24S'' E 1AODL I 32091' ,'' /
STARKE ,FL 32091 0258800000 t'' F 'Wl'/4. OF SWt/4. OF.,' ,.SWl/4',' I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 03224- -00000 1 28, 65: 22 LOTS 1.2,3 I'S 3'

21 6S, 22 Wl/2 OF BLK IS R 004810-000-9 '$413.55COHEN ,, 02692- -OOIOOT ?i *J ''' 005828-000-5 $703.84 9FT ,,1' IN OF.LOT-4 OF BLK

3W ALL OF BLK 1 S OF 4, W BOBBY LEE O04968L000r6: $150.60 02928- -00000, STRICKLAND ,J .S 9 IN TEMPLES, ADD DSsc..OR.len5
38206 5TH PLACE h
IN NW1/46BLK 1N3WTH 803 IDA ST''' DAVIS MELVIN '; '' 005495-000- $170.22 PALMDALE CA, 93550 '; ,'>},, .

AT OF M .LINE' .OF NM STARKE FLA : ..
LIESE 1119 LAMAR ST SMITH JAMES 0 28 65 22 LOTS, 1,2,4.OF BL 0363800000 r .

Ie ADD, L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL),, 32091' ) STARKE FL 320 L' 1202 KELLER ST 1 K7 IN/ J 0 JONES, ADD OR 1 006264-000-0 1191.11
21 6S 22 LOTS 7 6 8 Of'BL, 22' 65 22 BEG 300' E' OF NE STARKE FL 32C91 29-345 .' THOMAS COLON M 6 MARIAN N

..02430-' -00000 >s' K 3 IN GAHAGAN0'' "EX S12 / CUR OF INTEiV'OF '0(1) LAWT 28..6S 22 .1 ,LOT, BEING 122. 312 W BROWNLEE ST"'
$776.52 OF LOT a OR 124-341" E 6W 03249- '-00000 '
O04587-000-4 EY RD LAMAR ST, N"100' 5FTN 6SBYSOFT STARKE FLA
'
PORTER DAVID A I. NINH T', 02591- '" ''E 50''S 100"50' 'TO 'LYING t/ BEING IN ,,ME ,COR' 005855-000-2 $131,52 .32091 ;, ,

;1401 N TEMPLE., AYE 004814-000-3-OCOOO ,$67.68, ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) OF',Kl/2 OF NW1/4.0F SE1/4 FOR SY THE WM' 'V. JOAN 28 65 22,'W 56F'T OF' LOT 8E''W '

STARKE FL 32091, ) SMITH EDWARD 0 .IADD( L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL:) PO-- --BOX,0 _668. "56FT OF Nl/2 OF 'LOT 9

21 6S 22 COM AT NW CUR ,OF (i HELEN, SMITH-WILLIAMS' LE, 02707- -00100 0 SUB, POWELLS ,UNRECD SO ,Z8029'riA STARKE FLA OF BLK 19 .IN TEMPLES ADD

NWl/4 OF ,SE4 S 'l03,16' T 1202 N KELLER, ST 004992-000-5 $32.05 32091 DESC OR 109-328.:. s ?' ..,, '. .-

0 PO8 'CONT S 128.64 .N85ta STARKE FLA": ;' ; ROYAL PAUL G BERTHA''" : -: C800 28 65 22, COM 2lO E' OF NE

3.73 S22E, 97* ,N83E. 71 .? ';' 6042 WEBSTER ST I; 005530-000-0 $ COR OF BROADWAY' & HOYT' 'S 03661- -OOOOO ,"', '' '.,
,32091
(ADD,, L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 21 6$ 22' N 1/2 OF LOT 17 CLOT PHILADELPHIA PA 19143 PEDRO, ENTERPRISES .INC TS IRON, .N. ,,105"' E 52' 1/2> 006289-000-0 '$332.92

18 Of BLK' 3IN, GAHAGAN 22"' 6S 22 'N 1"2 OF: S2/3' OF PC BOX 1120NCWYORK S 105', W 52 1/2' TO, BEG, THOMAS COLON & MARION ,

02443- OCOOO SID Sl>2 OF W 198' OF Nl/2 OF NY 10028 03264- -OOOOO 312 W BROWNLEE ST, '

004606-000-2 ,$130.55: SUB TEMPLES SE1/4 OF SWI/4 ,OF'+SWl/4 28 6S' 22 COM AT INT.. N R/h 005870-000-2 $161.80 STARKE' FL 32091 ;, i t

3.00 AC SUB DENNY HGTS ; WILSON RD & W R/W PARKER IAN IRE CHARLES E JR 28 '65 22 LOT 4 OF BLK, 24

CUFFEE LEARANTINE 02602OCOOO : ST NON" 'b" R/W 425.06 TO 116 BROOKSOALE OR IN TEMPLES ADO. ,

i'-; CONT.. N'333.86'' TO SIADO'L'LEGAL SUB PEEKS ,ADD TO STARKE
905 JENKINS ,ST 004824- 000-8 $228.64' : 0271500108 ; ; P08 WARNER ROBIN GA 31093' : ,
STARKE FLA '''$494.30ADM ( SEE TAXROLL) 65 22 1 COT 52 1/2 FT .
GREEN LUTHER,..H.. ;,, 005010-000-0 I 28 ,
32091 RT ,1 BOX' 257-F ;'' IN FMHA art[ it' N & S BY 105 FT E 6 W BND! 03690-( -00000 -

21 65 22 COM, AT SW-COR OF CARLSBAD 'N* 88220 : I ,PO BOX 1264 '<:. 02949-. -oO OL E BY BROAD STN By"8EAVER 006317-000-7 ,$691.17

A 12A TRACT FORMERLY NED 22 6S 22.CDM'.TNECOROF ,GAINESVILLE FL 32602 0055470001303.09: 1S:\ BY KALLOS', W BY 'BAR THOMAS DQTT1E F .,1 ,.' i

3V P C GOODWIN' RUN E SE1/4 OF NW1/4 RUN SONE ,22 6S 22 LOT 8 AS DE sC OR DIANE SNOW I -IC, ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 407 W WASHINGTON ST f ,. ,'
LAND TO"SE CO ; HGTSSUN-RE P0BOX1 STARKE FL 32091' ,'''I '
ALONG SOIL LINE 500* TO CENTER OF .136-346 DENNY : 53291OOOOO .T:
( ADO L', LEGAL SEE :TAXROLL)) RD'N C'D PLAT GRAHAM FU 3204228,65'22'COM 28 65' 22 LOTS 2,3,4.5 "IE
Gk 72* W 840' TO POB 005902-000-3 '$291.21
'' ?? I : Al'I: (ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROL4) ,, BRIGHT ,EMMETT. JR ,.
'--OCOOO : 02728OOOOO. $\I/,1' -i BLK, A ,BLANDING S/DN 851 PEEKS ADD "
02450(
HARRIDELLEP ,
004619-000-5 .$211.39 02611- QC300 005025-OOOrS f>t$53.49: SJTQ! POB,ELY 52.71''NLYI 3691-- OOOOO ." :>!'.
5
LONG GLENN 'S'6 DONNA, O'RT 004836-000-5 $645.27 DAVIS .MEL Yo JN. 6 MARY, : { 44+85 }! ,,WLY "'2.2"SLV 144 0 BOX 006318-000-3 $300.52'" ,

': 1 BOX 488-E OIGGS JOHN. .. 1119 LAMAR/ST sw ., .:, ( ADO, L; LEGAL: SEE TAX OL.LJ LAWTEY 32058 FLA RISSMAN, JOHN E 6 MARY, 8'
RTZBOX5 STARKE FLA. :,
v i
624 NLAKE
ST
HAWTHORNE FL 32640 '., '6S LOT 2 OF BLK I 1
28 .22
STARKE FLA'' 32091,. ; : 0'294910'OZ07 ,
AT '';SE0CqRDFNE14 TARKE FL 32091 :
COM : ,
21 6$ 22 EX R/W
'COS SID
OF N L 'T &
NE COR,
32091 22 65 ''22 COM.A1
OF / FOR 005,556-000-6 113.66. 26 65 22 LOTS 1 F. Wl/2'
POB ,W 100' N 19-W.455J* E 141,*' 2l' 65 22 BEG 'A T SWCOR OF Sl/2 ,OF. 'SHl/4" OF NE1/"', 0 BLQOD WORTH LYNDA ,E : 03293- ,-OOOOC 9LK, .36 IN PEEKS AOD. '", *> '

'E S 21* Ml (SE1/4 OF BIM.R2E NLY ON F SWl/4 RUN w,188', FOR, ,f O' 314, r*=WATER ST, :' 005906-000-1 $34.81 f '
,100 03751-
,
S, 81 ,., I -00200 .
S 324.9QlE I' KELLY LOUIS JR .
SEE TAXROLt) WLY LINE :OF 5AI0.SE1/4.12 B W 179.5' ; STARKE FL ,3209*

SUO lAOO'L.KNIGHTS LEGAL' REPLAY, '""; ,5' ELY IOOS SLY 125 WLY" ADO. L, LEGAV' SEE, ..TAXROLL:: 28, '6SS22 LOT t OF' BLK 'B., B 90;, THOMAS ST' 006390-000-5 ENT 'INC.. $480.51HAYNES ; \

( ADO L LEGAL "SEE 'TAXROLL) LANDING, S0: STARKE FL32091, '10TH'-\Ve ,", '
-OC1 O 519 NW : :
02752- ; ,
s 28 6S' 22 LOT 1 Of. BLK, 2 I ,
0247662105 005067-000-7. '$125.44 GAINESVILLE 32601' 'j''
: T""6 CDS SID
N L
004686POO21CARTER' :167.10 0261100301 PARIS M.MICHAEL' t LAURA 1 ,vfU380)(12 :02 i roooo005S75OOC0 28 6S'' 22, LOTS 2 K'4'OFUL'
\ + 004837-000-1 $9.31 Z \ <" > .' > ; .95.66 U44UOOOOOO 38 ". \
JOHNS %
'A,'C. "- 1"\.- ) $ 150.3? K ,J M SID t
SMITH JOHN C & BERTHA M BARNES; OAVIO A 6 CONNIE 005914-000-0 '
909 NCHURCH 'ST. STARKE FL 32091 SUB, GAINES, UNRECO ,
STARKE FL' '',3209 1\ 413 e' MARKE.RD, 23 '65, 22 N' 95' OF. ,:.Sl/2, Of, 412 M4ST/CLA1R ,ST HUNTER ED, EST I.:"",;\\1 '

22 LOTS 5. 6.&: 7'BLK2iT : STARKE FL 32091 SWl/4> OF ,Sw1/4 "10F' ''NW1/.1t STARKE.. FL" 32091 r C/0, SAMUEL HUNTER 03810-' '--OOOOO'li" > **)*

,21 6S SIt? 22 6S '22 BEG 'AT' SE COR ,OF SUB GARDEN ''ACRES UNRECD 28 ;:6S22J COM AT SE COR OF 918 KELLER ST 006447-000-6' $166.92
BEING IN. ,'KNIGHTS
; ', '8LK. 4 ,,N. RG 21E'< 'S3J? TEMPLES JACKSON "SELLER STS' C R'UN STARKEFL 32091' 'D. L .- "'. :;i?

0248700000 :S/0 NLY',125.WLV ,lOa' ,5 02772-- -OOOOO 1"1 'S '225FTIFOR';' POB, RUN S 28 6S 22 BLK '6 I N L T 6 ,C 613'PRATT 'ST .' ;Wf;
.
1004691.000'7i''J '*'96 LY 12'! ;;: u: POB' 005106-000-9 ''" + $ 195.13 26Fr'E: 220FT, > 101FT. OS SID EX 'R/). EX.: E 75' OFLOT' TARKE FL 32091 .q '

WILLIAMS WILLIE: MAE 5.00AC i"; ; ( ADO 'L.1 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) t 29 65 22' COM AT SE' COR:'OF
;
412 ROGER ST' 02611-, -00302 '$118.80 POWELL EDWARD' M' ,. 'BETty'A' 02986-' ,.-OC10Q 03313- '-OOOOO NE1/4 OF SEl/4 OF NE1/4

VALDOSTA GA '3UOI; 004838-000-7 $ 'R T-J I'' BOX) 372 i r 005538-000-3 $428.40 00,921000U83.48" RUN N 18FTV W' 107 FT' FO
:
'NW COR OF CLAY LEROY :-SR. v STARKE FLA 1' SMITH EDWARD 0 A, POB, RUN N 115FT, W I'
21 6S 22 COM 'AT ? CAOLEv WALTER H C CHERYL! J
\
405 t MARKET.' R0, > ; CIO .HELEN e' WILLIAMS
KING EPF ? 32091 AQD L LEGAL: SEE TAXROLL)
OF ELMIRA ,, 206 ,,S WATER ST '
IDS, ,
;
.
STARKE FL 32091 ," I',, SWl/4 OF 1202 KELLER ST .
,
RY'' TO E LINE OF 'SEC 211 23 6S 22 El/2.OF STARKE'.FL 32Q91 '
M ON: SEC LINE" .:,1d'CENTER: : :$. 22 AS 22 COM AT SWi CQR, OFF I. NW 1/4 OF' se I/EX'THAT\ ,jP, 28 6S,22 COM AT SW COR OFNW14OF' STARKE FLA" 381 -OOOOfl "
SE1/4 OFJSBLK 1.'k; ; Rtt, 2:' E', ElI.Z' S :' : 32091 006456-000-5 158.88
.TAXROLLI ORT pF- 6Garpp : 38.89 ,
,('ADD'L\. '. : LEGAL.SEE t '" '" *" ... ..a Y 10o.'jml.P08, .aCON1E' 'I.' ,,' "',( ,\: t 'A 6t'R/WSR-100.SEI/4E C.P08 .NLY, 28 6S 22 ,IOT3: OF eLK' 11. DOPER J S, ,';* CREWS, LOUIS, ",
'} f tOO'.H12"' ''.V$44 I00!t : S' 12I i -OOOOO 02778-
S85E
02496- : ON e R/WI. 1,09.46. ,
rOC200 :
004t69 -OOo-.1 $,,.ftJ' I Aoa L''''LEGAL.: SEE:' T* JWOLC) 005113-000-2: .: i Wr4r .t1', ,,;'<50 ( ADO LEGAL SEE,'TAXROLL> ) 03321- .-00000 TARKE FL, 32091 :'

'SINGLETON; S' 2(:H4UUO ,', 026 19-' -'tidCW1, 1'f.; BALOREEALMA RICKS'RT.'l ''r \ '" 1 I ,: ",'' 005936-000-2 $36"-. ",", Z9;: 65 '22 BEG NE I/4' Of SEl '

'2165"22': 1 SQ ACRE''IN'"SW' I 094 5400o"i, *2 386 'sqx< ,355 V ,V'1V".: "att' \ : SMITH EDWARD! ",O "', 4 OF. N1'4 w'JoO''Sl" *
INT CTR ST"t." r 'SEtL 20.00 AC STARKE FtAi ; :>V--:; .'h' : iN C/0 HELEN' E WILLIAMS.;LE 'TO POB. V59. S I 100'.';E
OF, .r
COR. I'Y' "
= : .' SANOER5"HORAtrE'l;' \ i 32091'M.Wlfr: .' i: ,: 1202 KELLER, ST ',50', N 100 TO"PeM DESCIAOO '
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22' 6S 22 WlOf. .NW1/4 OF SUB WOODS I,.,!!i. 28 6S 7? tOT<, 1,, t,', 4 'f\F 'Ml: Cnnflnu.lrl h n.'elw,1tI : 1

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007030-000-6 $63.82 >07454OOC6OR5YTH '. -'" 0080SI-000-0 008443-000-8 $171.12 008640-000-8 67.09
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32091 STARKE FL 3q HAMPTON 32 '7S 22 LOTS- 1 ,THRU 6 G
1/4 OF SSl/4 OF 'NEI/4S .2. ," !i" 15 75 22 COM/ ATJN& COR SE FL 32044
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OF LOT 6 OF BLK' 1 IN E NEI/4 OF N 82 DEG 4 OF NWl/4 LYING S OF GSG PARK
E 120' N 59 W 10' NJAUU W '''HAYES S/0 NW..llfil; 'fUN W130.92 S 39
L LEGAL SEE TAXRGLL) 0FTS220P1 Ii J-400FTN OEG W 63.15 S 71OEG "',277 F RR EX PARC-IN Nit COR

'* > 04264- OOOOU '. ; 220 FT TO BEG \b" ADD .L .LEGAL ,SEE TAXROLL) 0516600000 .. .
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; 03823- '
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I $46.56 07467- 000Vri86.; : .2 7 KYLE HARRY W t MARY ANN
RT 2 DUX) 459-D 008084-000-8 BRADLEY WILEY M' i
GRIFFIS BILLY G $229.76
414 N "" MELRpSE FL 32666 I (THE ROOST INVESTMENTS, INC EDWARDS L K III PO 80X'103' "T1"BOX.,, 598 >
MYRTLE ST PO
STARKE FLA '32 6S 22 NEl/4 OF NEl/4 0'' BOX 12597, FL' .1( ./ >w"GAINESVILLE ; RT 1 BOX 72-0 HAMPTON Ft 32044, STARKE FL 32091

.\ 32091f29 F SWl/4 EX R/M EX S 10O'C \326O4 REDOICK FL 32686 29 75 22 DEG AT PT WHERE 34 7S 22 ALL.NI/2O NW1/

6S 22 COM 15' .W OF NE W 40' OF NWl/4 OF ,NWl/4 I IC ftwl/4 4.6S OF 22 NWl/4 Wl/,2 OPN1...;.ftrr.:; >2, OF 15 7S 22 COM A.T NE COR W -'W.LINE OF SEC INT KITH slY 4, S OF RY OR 128-220'. ,

1 : tCOR OF Wl/2 OF .NEl/4.0F'' S OF; SEI/4 ALSO THAT. PORT BUB HICKS UNSECIS-, 660.53 S 427.80'TO' POB S R/W GS&F.RR. S 205M/L E 05255010000 '' ,

El/4 OF NE 1/4 RUN S 140' ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL I *n i. '* ((",*"*'** 71OEG W 830.70 TO'ELY RIw.SR'10o 150' N '150' TO SLY R/W G $178:69BOOTH
008781-000-4
SUB NICHOLS' ACRES 04562- 00104 :?J..it. $/, SELY ALONG R/W ( ADD L LEGAL'SEE TAXROLL ) '.
W 210'
1 FOR POB, $ tOO h 007563-000-9 MICHAEL J ,. ETAL
.1 I ADO( L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL !j.'Vrtr $116.56 I ADD L; LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ) SUB GOULD P.ARK 942 CtflMERSON/ DR
0428000000' [GLISSON LARRY F G BETTY, I i \ '
,:' SUB OOWLING R N ADD TO ST ', TAMPA FL 33603
P 0 BOX 873r "
007038-000-9 ,$15,9.39 :1. -.t,, ;, O4838- -01000 0505600101 '
I LOTS 59, 65, 67
STARKE FL 32091 01 SS, 22
WRIGHT THELMA E T. AL "L BS, 008086-000-0 64.12 008461-000-6 455.75 .

'03837-B-01300 006487-000-6 1319 LOVE. 'ST *, 35 6S 22 BEG A.T 4S ,>.COR OF WAL DROP -RAMON OLIVERIA FLORENCEPO ON PINE OF CLH

s $65.28 LE NWl/4 OF Se1/4;'(N?,412.45 403 N W 91 ST BOX 1233
MYR ICK SUE :
EST
715 S WESTMORELAND ST LE ,SAVANNAH GA 31401 *, W 200' S.41245. E 2 GAINESVILLE FL 32601 STARKE FL 32091 0525900100 $480.95

STARKE FLA !32 6S 22 COM AT A PT 205FT 00 TO POB EXPORT S OF R 15 75 22 COM A TliE/ CUR, ,OF 30 7S 22 LOTS 1.2 G 3 G 5 008794-000-1 JANICE M .

32091 E OF NW CUR OF NWI/4 OF ( ADD L LEGAL SEE: TAXROLLI SEC W 660.53 S 1325.42 ,THRU 13 OF BLK 1 GOULD P TETSTON BOX 51-K ,
SEL4CRUNE,160FTS25OFT "', -.IV' '.. ARK RT 1
29 6S 22 LOTS 13.14, OF, B TO P08 S71DEG ". .54".57'TO ? SANDERSON FL 32081 .
160FT 1 25CFT .TO PO 0457600000 !l.i
W ;
>tA
ELY R/W SR- 100 SLY
LK 2 IN R N DOWL.ING' ADO ALO 01. 8$ 22 LOT .ON.PINE 0
( ADD: L LEGAL SFE TAXROLLI J 001583- 000-9 $123.59 0506600000
,( ADD L LEGAL SEE :TAXROLL F CRYSTAL LAKE HOME/ SITES
SUB PINEHAVEN I 0430800000 3.84 AC ." '''', ", ., 008477-000-7 $42.75 "

007120-000-5 SHANNON VIRGINIA r< 0488'-= -0011'14 OLIVER FLORENCE 0532300000 .
$151.5 1 '
0387600000 MULBERRY FLORA EST I RT 1 BOX 1007 : i>',' 008186-000-4 ,, 49.29 PO BOX 1233 008832-000-3 '$155.07

006515-000-3 1392.60 ( ALFAIR. OURANT STARKE FL 32091"u+,/; DURHAM SYNNO TT. B STARKE FL 32091 WHITTON G MARSHALL & '

COSTELLO BILL: .RT 1 BOX 1537GAINESVILLE 35 65 22 W 1110 'FT OF' N 1 '7730 ATLANTA ST 3O 7S 22 COM/ NW COR NEIOF /q t DEL OR I S L. ,. ,

"RT'2 BOX 126 DR FL, 32601''' 050 FT OF NWI/4'0 NWl/4 HOLLYWOOD.'FL 33024 NEl/4.E 495'. S 453' P 0 BOX 267

KEYSTONE HGTS FL <32656' 326522 COM' AT NE COR OF.. EXPLATTED LAND "IN NE COR 19 75 22 COM 60.19 N OF TO poe, CONT S 75.E 10O, LARGO FL 33540

29 6$ 22 LOT 3 OF BLK. 2 I NW 1/. OF SE1RUN E EX R/W C EX PARes .1,4 ,' SE COR OF SWl/4 OF SWl/4 ,' N 75' W .100 TO POB 01 8S 22 LOTS6971. C 13
W ;2:
N PINEHAVEN SID 10FT ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL FOR POB N599.8I"WLY 114' SUB HAMPTON" ON OAK OF CRYSTAL LAKE HO
FOR AP03 THEN ,
j P RUN'S105FT ('' t n HES1TES OR 126-331 .
SUB INEHUR ST ,
W 210FT, N 105FT, E SLY 599.81 ELY 208' TO I .
.. i ( ADO L LEGAL SEE ,TAXROLL 0457600400'.' +n"J ( ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) O5079-, -01013.I 0539900000 -
c;:
007585-000-1 "*:.} "'
0393500000 $101.88 008514-000-3 008928-000-8
SUB LINCOLN $33.6. $59.61
CITY .
006591-000-4 $18.89 SHANNON NATHAN K .:'6 HARRIE O4895 -00100 RHEA PAUL E 20.00. AC .- .

SISK HAROLD E 0432000400 C SHANNON SUSAN MARIE 008202-000-4 1132.86. DRAWER A ;. NEWMAN ROY CANN'MARY,' ,
1206 N LAURA ST 007154-000-4 RT 1 BOX 1006 "' i1; BRADLEY VIRGINIA HAMPTON FLA PO BOX 970 "

JACKSONVILLE FL 32206 SOLOMON M A' $15.49 STARKE' FL 32091'35 '' BOX 103 32044 < STARKE FL 32091 '

29 6S 22 LOT 4 OF BLK B I ( WILLIAM LANE SR LE 6S 22 PARC 4'W '1.15 HAMPTON fLA320H 30 7S 22' LOTS 13,14,15, C 06 ,8S 22 EIOF. NEl/4 OF

N PIN EHlR ST SID RT 3 BOX 743 AC' OF PARC 5'OF'PLAT'RECDOR ': 16 OF BLK 10 IN HAMPTONOR NE 1/4

0403700400 STARKE FL 32091 152-6C3. *' 19 73 22 COM AT SW COR OF 101-126 OR 101-26 SUB LAKE BEDFORD SHORES

006696-000-3 34.52 32 6S 22 LOT 4 OF 'BLK 7 I I F-! SEl/4 OF SEl/4. 'E' 160' 5079-- -01300 '

SELLERS RONNIE E CJANINEP : N LINCOLN '''CITY 04581- 00000 .. J' N 278 TO P08, TH N 100' 08522-000-6 $7.37 551000400 ,,

0 BOX 985 i 007596-000-2, : $210.68 E 154' S 100' ,W 154' T HEA PAUL E Q09129-000-5 $179.09, -
'
STARKE FL 32091 0432200700 POMERLEAU ROGER'F : .' ( ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL' ) HAMPTON FL 32044 CROSBY RICHARD A. .

29 6S 22 LOT 4 BLK 2 SARATOGA 007172-000-2 $507.56 C/0 S J POMERLEAU/ 30 7S 22 Wl/2 OF ALLEYWAYIN 8211 OR CRAIG, CfLEXANORIAVA 22306'y: ", '.
,
HGTS UNIT 3 FIRST STATE /MIG CO CROSS HILL RD 04900- "0030Q. BLK 13 OF HAMPTON C SLY
VASSELVORO I 13 8S 22 COM/ AT INT.OF S
ME 04987 $315.58
SUB PARK WOOD 720 GILMORE ST 008210-000-7 10' AOJ TO LOTS 5-8 OF I
,
35. 6S 22 N 1/2 OF NWl/4 OF INE OF LAKE SHORE DR.& E
KEMMERER
ALFRED G
OF
JACKSONVILLE FL 32203 ; BLK 13 OF TOWN HAMPTO
041 18-A-00000 SWl/4 OF NWl/4 EX f R/W EX R/W OF SR S-21-AELY, ON
421 N WILD AVE
OLIVE
TAXROLL
i 32 6S 22'LOT' 7 OF BLK 9 0 ( ADO L LEGAL SEE )
S OF L.S.D.'A DIST.
006828-000-8 $11.53 2.14A BEING THE N 156.51 DAYTONA BCH FLA LINE
F LINCOLN '
TOWN C COUNTRY HOMES/ OF CITY ,J3F E 596' ,, \, 32018 05079- 01305 ADO L LEGAL ,SEE TAXROLL

E CENTRAL FL INC' '. 19 7S 22 BEG '25' N 'OF SE .. '.j
0432800102 04581- -00000 'J'" ; 4!' O065Z5-000-4 $184.50DAVIS
PO BOX 298HCINTOSH COR OF Wl/2 OF ,.SEl/4 OF S E" 0551900000
\ 007196-000-6 '$11.12 007603-000-3 $634.42 GEORGE, t GREGORY 009140-000-1 $433.09
FL 32664
CHURCH FIRSTBORN OF 24.15 AC J, J El/4 RUN .N 100' W 122' PO 80X '93' "
29 6S 22 BEG AT SW COR BL ARO c'I t CRAWFORD. G. L
S 100' TO BEG BEIN
J" E.122 -
LIVING GOD COLLINS GLADYS V 1 J. > HAMPTON FL 32044
K 1 W 60' N 10.7' E 6C' 4311 NW 18TH PL
> RT 1STARKE RT 3 BOX 1740 x cr (ADO "L LEGAL; SEE, TAXROLL) 30 7S 22 'LOTS 5-8 BLK 13 GAINESVILLE FL 32605 .
S 10.7 TO POB
SUB WESTPINE FLA STARKE FL. 32091 .' lU HAMPTON, OR 128-276. 13 8S 22 LOT 2 OF.8LK B-M
32091 35 6S 22 NWl/4 OF SWl/4 C: 0490O- -00800 '
T 5/0 EX
W,50'!
0507903003 PLEASANT 0
y 0416200000 32 6S 22 El/2 WLY 77'OF 008213-000-5 $157.25
OF LOT 1 OF NE1/4 OF SWl/4 R, 103-257 ,
006908-000-2 $120.69. BLK 15 IN LINCOLN CiTY EXt 1-AC SQ, IN, ,SW. COR OF HART, MILTON 008536-000-5 $324.02 ADAMS REPLAT .
i' OLIVERIA FLORENCE SUB
-
MYR ICK' BISHOP M NW1/4 OF SWl/4 t.EXjPAR I BOX 195 .r, '
715 S WESTMORELAND ST 0438800100 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 'VlAM'PTON FLA', ' PO BOX 1233, ,, 0555200100 r "" *'oj'' .1

.,,,. STARKE FL 32091. 007233-000-2 ...s .;$2U.74 "\1.' '' II. 32044 '* "" STARKE FL 32091r 0092 -000--mJJ -\ln.OjJJ:
I-vShY9,6527'CDM..A 7''SW,COR '>aF ,CRIBBS.CHARIE. -C:/' & Ml LORE 0 46.96.VpOO'Otl**'H' .J: : 19 7S 22 COM AT SW 'COR OF 30 7S 22S, ,' ld6w:uJJPlOTS1: EDWARDS SUSAN t7 ft..QO.A1I

SEl/4 OF SE 1/4 RUN N 661. P 0 BOX). 1244 : 00769-000-4 $22.72MIMS .':, SEl/4 OF SEl/4, E ALONG -5 OF BLK 30rIN'BLANTONS"ADO RT 1 BOX 72-tO'JHJ'v 't3NJAW
H B .
E 140, FOR POB, E '411. STARK E.' FL 32091 SLY BOY 660, N' 660' W 346 REOOICK FL 32686 .
6', S ON WMLAND ST 33 6S 22 COM/ AT NW COR OF 418 SEHOY CIRCLE ':' SUB WRIGHTS ADO "' '
344.3 FOR POB, S 392 E 100' 13 8S 22 COM A r SE COR TR

( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL NWl/4 OF NWl/4 E 116' TO AUBURN, ALABAMA ('ADD L LEGAL SEE 1AJCRlLJD4900 ,) ACT 8, N 55* W ON NLY R/"

SUB GREAT OAKS S/D POB CONT E 64'S 105' W 6 36830 _, = -01000 0512900200 SR-100 987.27 TO POB ,' N
4' N 105' TO POB 36 65 22 LOTS '8 C'9'' OF 'BL 008558-000-7 ,$86.19 I
008215D007$189.34: 51* W ON R/W 357.77 TO
K 3
0418300000 SUB SOUTHGATE REPLAT NEl/LAKE. KINGSLEY' HTS'IN BRADLEY L P & VIVIAN V 4.90 AC ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI I
OF NEl'1
,
LOTT SUSIE/
006931-000-5 $51.74 .. ; PO BOX 103 i
WILLIAMS A C 1 04394-C-OOIOO ?a HAMPTON/ FL 32044 ,, P I 0 BOX 202 05554. -00000 .

100 E--CALL STREET 007254-000-8 $107.87 0462700600 ; rl' 19 7S 22 COM/ : AT 1 SW COR OF HAMPTON FL 32044 009203-000-3' $275.89 I

STARKE FLA MULLINS JAMES W C SHIRLEY 007666-000-1 $39iil' SEl/4 OF SEl/4"E 660'N 30,75 22 THAT PORT OF SI4 / 3.37 AC: '
1034 PALM OR 3.10 AC '- Of SWl/4"' ,OF NE 1/4 LYING ,
32091 22' ,W 100' FOR POBN 10 MANNING -PERVIN G & ARMOURRT I
29 6S 22 COM AT NW COR OF STARKE FLA ', RT'l GRIFF BOX IS DOYLE 154STARKE' L 0,.KENNETH:. 01W 194,5! 100'E 104 T NWLY OF, tST RD S-325 EXC ,,2 BOX 223-M I

SEl/4 OF SEl/4E25.07'TO 32091 'r ( ADD L LEGAL SEE'TAXROLL.. ) WLY 264 KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32656

ELY R/W OF EPPERSN ST S ,' 33 6S 22 LOT I BLK 3 .SOUT' FL 32091 NW SUB HAMPTON ,. 05130 -00100 .' 13 8S 22 THAT PARC BEING I'
02 7S
22 BEG AT '
COR.OSW14.OF
ON E RW 179.65' E'197.11' 'H GATE REPLAT OR 122-22' 008575-OOO-9, *75. 07 AN UNNUMBERED TRACT' AS DE [

ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL SUB EASTWOOD SR-IOO-A SWl/4 E 'TD*WLY 0491301418 8.42 AC SCO COM AT THE INT OF ''THE I I'E'L.INE
R/W :
'SELY ON. RW /
>'AOGETT'C"E J' '
008242-000-4 $128.52 6,8 OF TRACT 8 & THE
SUB LAKEWOOD 30-6-22 275', W 400' N 400 '
TO
04410-B-0020Q { .. ( ADO l LEGAL SEE'TAICROLLJ JOHNSTON WR j .' TAR. RT 1 BOX'225 ..., ( ADO +L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) )

0419700000 007290-000-4 '? $464.18. SUB WOOLFES I RT 3 BOX "537. ,' :;w,*, HAMPTON/ FL. 32044! : SUB SILVER RIDGE05555A01900" '
UNRECO Vi i
006958-000-7 $146.48 NELSON HERBERT C ANNE T I PALATKA FL 32277" '. JO 7S 22 NWl/4 *OF NWl/4 S. '

7.00 AC : BOX 749KEYSTONE "- 0469000000 yt I 19; 7S 22 LOTS.,'1819 6 ,20 OFSR'221' EX PORT' .' LOCATED 009208-000-3 $292.64

GUNTER DAVID G EUNICE HGTS FL 32656 007772-000-6 $62.58 I OF[ BLK 14 BNO BY.RRIN,, HAMPTON D. COUNTY'J5132 SCHAFER JEFFREY' H '

RT. 2 Any 239-A 33 63 22 LOT 2'-O.F BLK 2 E WHITEHEAD MAITLANO & MAYS., I SO i..i, a I>T '2* BOX 7t.q..n '

STARKE- FLA A'IIIIUUO 1102 E CALL. ST r!j>'V SUB WEEKS s C J. ,\, .),; ,; -00100
32091 01t410-8-00400. "< I STARKE FL 32091. .in 0497400000 508578-000-7 9.4l 13 8S 22 PARC 19 OF' BLK A

30 6S 22 BEG ''AT NE' COR 'OF 007291-OOO-0 '$54.76 05. 7S 22 THAT PORT OF; SE I 08330-000-1" .601.26. : 1.33 AC'ADGETT IN SILVER' RIDGE ', ', '

SW 1OF SE 1/4 RUN S 670 GUNNER ELAINE .. /4 OFNEl4 WHICH LIES W.i;; ,30.00 AC -, r' C E & BJ, ''
*
,.6FT W 401. SFT, N 670.6FT 1030 .S WATER ST f .. :, JF RR ELL ROBERT E ,JR. , STAR RT 1 BOX-,225' ) : 05639-. -00000 ,
O, BOX 3616 6' ; HAMPTON FL 320443O 009241rOOO-l .$404.45.
E 405.8FT TO BEG DESC STARKE FL 32091 '.', 041390030 r '
( ADD L LEGAL: SEE TAXROLL 336522 LOT 4OFBLK2E 007873-000-6 IACKSON, GA 3023 3V- ;; ,,,, 7S 22 NW1/4 OF NWl/4 S 3.43 AC, f'A

0421600103' ASTWUOO ,. i AC' $70,95 21-75; 22 SEl/4 OFNE1/4! :! E |;OF SR 22 1'' EX PORT LOCATED FCCI INC ,, :vO
> 3.23 '
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'1'4 '. D' : TY.-i ,, ,BOX 5577ACKSONVILLE .. ',
006CJ870006'S117.98 '. I f' '
0'
043100200' R M G0 I' '
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MCELHENNY LEONARD C C ALI 007333-000-6 903 W CYPRESS ST 'I'BI.HOGAN ., 'A '
$252.74 498800300 05145'00000. 13 8S 22 'COM T SE COR OF
RT' 4 BOX) 1016
WHITEHEAD STARKE: FL r3209l
STEVE L'
10 008355-000 $125.82 108592-000-1 $431.65 LOT 7 BLK C RUN E75.N2;'
STARKE FL 32091 PO BOX 1120 < 07 7S 22 COM/ AT NE
'
1 5.00 AC 68.00 AC 00' EI22' N612fc220_ : ,
31 65 22 COM/ AT NE COR OF STARKE"FLORIDA C 's SU. W TO"fPOB '
77C.86 .
? SPENCER DONALD P 'C SHIRLE' PREVATT' A & H' J S TO SE COR OF. LOT.7 8LK.ADD
NEl/4 OF SW1/4 E 70.87 32091 CONT W 523.52 TO ..:"RW / STAR RT' .1 BOX 759 ( L LEGAL SEE 'TAXROLL)
260-C'
TO NWLY, R/W SR-100A 520*b 33 65 22 COM/ AT SW'COR OF SR 200 'S9*W ON E RWZ6I IT 3 BOX 'r HAMPTON FL 32044 ,
32091 "
Fl
ON, NWLY R/W 129.13* ''TO P NWl/4 OF NWI/4 G RUNE 3 ADD L LEGAL' SEE TAXROLL, ) 25 TARKE 7S 22 .COM SW COR N 111 31 7S 22 S1/2 OF.. NEl/. C, 0564900000 : : :i'',
.IADD L LEGAL SEE I.'
04218r00300 TAXRQLL, ) 66409' TOE R/W OF HWY 30 .45', POB CONT N 1229' El PORT OF se lilt OF ,NW1/4 E3F 009259-000-4, $43.,3 8
: 1, NLY ON 047 2-, -00000 4 ,; : ; "
E R/W
:
006992-000-1 51304.62 217.01 F 6.60' S 986'83r-S 38* W HWY S325 EX PAR IN Ntt, FCCI.INCPO
1.50 AC ( ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 007875-000-8 62', 12.60 'P08 '' J J'. OR:: ''630E&M BY S98N S 't' BOX 5577 ,
,
"
FLORIDA STATE S 119.00 At I. oitiodioo( \ f. t ADO :L> LEGAL SEE 'TAXROLLI: JACKSONVILLE FL 32207 ,

lIT FUND TRUSTEES 0445200200': .. AYER. LEWIS M S1'33i\ ;, u 008395-000-1 $62.92' \ > 13 85 22 ;COM/ 'AT, SE ,COR, 'LO::

I TALLAHASSEE. FL. '32301' *" 007366-000-9. $43.58 RT 4 BOX 1388 f:' AC 0514800000 i T 7 OF BLK 'C MT PLEASANT,
CREWS SINCLAIR'.TPEGGYP : STARKE FL 32091 20.00 : < : <, '
008595-000-9 $1,450.70 E 75! TO POB. N 200'E122N
32 65 22 BEG AT'A PT 1240W MELTON CLARENCEWJRP".0' ;
0 BOX 223 07 7S 22 Wl/2 OF '
'
'SECT ON' SW1'W1/2 .-, ,' 9.00 AC .:. ::' I 396.82 N3 *E..73.l9: *
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Ft/W'HNY 5-100A S 315' 33 63 22 COM AT INT w' R/W 'A OF NE 1/4 E. HAMPTON FL 32044, ? '
OF 5WI/4 "
I w' 210 N ,315 E 210* TO SR-100 C S LINE OF Nl/2 X' PAR COM .AT SW COR 5(1/4 28? 7S 22 :N1/2 Of, iWl/4' OF 0 DRAWER K ,,I ,, KEYSTONE. OAKS .
,: HAMPTON FLA .
: 'tAOD L LEGAL SEC TAXROLL) OF W '562.24 TO.! SW1/4 ;' 1-. 1., ,' C.' ,' ''
SEl/4, ,; pOB I ADO L LEGAL SEC TAXROCL .t.
3204 '.. ; ;Y
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MACFASHION, ESTATE << *
SUB GUS SUO.MTVERNON; /j f .-'I'
N 2* W' 494.04; W 100. "
,;: SUB q,1'TLE' .HOLhoo : 31 7S 22 BEG A r: INT ,OF SINE 009266-0QO-.1: $96.56
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j 0423000000 ( ADO.L LEGAL SEE ) ? '
,, TAXROLL l!,' -- -00201 _, OF. NUH, OF NWl/4 C THQRNTON LINDSAY'A 6 OARL

007014-OOO-D GEORGE 1518.55 A 04494r00100: ..., ,j ::04'77oooo, t 008405-00Q ...II.I : :... ;0, RD, :RUN "''E630'."'. S590!,' R T '2 BOX 925, ri,4-

STELOGEANNlSi SPRINGS BLVD 007,437-000-4., J $268.56EDGER 00955-000-2 403.01] MITCHELL JOKCE'.ANN'' .,, ; 'J! ,. rf TO E.R/WrOF! ,CO ,RO, ;iN 'AL KEYSTONE MGT5IL,32655,;'.
224 E SILVER LCCCL BURNSROBERT .W b [I ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 13 8S
ANNE. .. P O BOX 118 Jill'-.r- 22 LQT7; QFKEYS.T4N( (
FL 32670 "
OCALA ':
t' 1504 GEIGER .RO. _, 323 HEMLOCK ST SUB HAMPTON PARK EQAKS.
SWl/4 OF SEI/4 E c'1rg, A' HAMPTON;; FLt32044; > ; < "
65 ?
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N J "l. .
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THE S 1 29 "
COR G '
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II 34 6S 22 COM ,IIIE, COR, NE 1 /4 07204 : : 05149- -02500 05649-4-02700, ",.

43' OF SW1/4, OF SE14'U1NE14 I OF.SWl/4, WLY 403 TO PO 09 '7S 22 NI/2'OF' .S/0t'i 008598-000-7 .$6-.l'Z. 0928Jr000-,5 $252..56. '

'' B, CONT WLX 27SI.SLY ilO NEI/4 OR 126-1284 20.00 AC' J fe' '.INC,3", q -
05037'00809 ',r,. t : .1' "
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J 04242OOOOO < -' -\.* (AOO; ,, L LEGAL SEE ,JAXROLL'k! ,0a GE.F,/(;; ANyy ;.pY "".;''L'; ; STAR. RT'' U\ BOX 75t > ,/: JACKSONVILLE" FL..32207.t'?,

007028-000-9; 'I"$65tf' ,09 \ .\ ft'i, :" 04805-'-00300 t...!c J8IioWN" :" : .' "'i{ HAMPTON. FL'i 32044': r f31s 13 8S. 22 LOT '27>; 'Sl KEVS

;, FORSYTH'W) V JR C*''BtLLY:* '. JO 'b4494-4-'o02d( .. ',t r. t 008014000.3 BoX. 9 OI;('" ae' .. -.I\I'\ <' 1;..(,1; 7$' -2Z Ml/2" CiFf NI;1/4, OF ONE;.OAKS i. .:. vAVV' ,

PO BOX 668 J1.{ 007438-000-0' I UO. '9. FOKSYTH KIMBO y HAMPTON, fL 320lt4H. ? ....s .-,' SE 1/V AKA'.BLKS 2528' C?3 -'. '1 --.t'44:4 't--fi.Vc-.

J ..STARKE FL ".'3201' .* {1 j'f, 14'\ 't" 4.12 AC" .' It i,' R T'1 .l'i\oJ' ( 1. 3-A '1 ; 29)75' ; ? i.'L 1OXp105i: l.:. 'W8Y 7-40 OF HAHPKNPK." ) ,',r",' o 5649- A"03600j;: Ilt.tl't'; ; .

I '532 6S'22LOTS.5.THRU; :: )10 TORODE'JOHN Ar'\ '',' (..f STARKE FL 32091 'r 'eoFT,.NCSr;' N. l'Ie'COR ,OF 'Spa, HAMPTON, PARKS K..\, ? ,, O092aa-ooor3>.. r $J 84. U
F'ELK .:rOF WVHAYES SIC 213-S'' CHERRYfSTj ;.' 10. 75 22, 2 AC IN NE"C'R W INN JAM6&B': ''.' ', '
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KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32656,?, FAGAN JACK W C ANN -!? $75,82 I 1'
13 8S 22 LOT' 17 OF FARAD PU BOX 1111EYTONE JEANNIE L & ,

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL 32656 FAGAN JACK W G ANN '' UB SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT, 6 Tl .

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14 EX R/W 'WOODS W' 3-ACSoF, INC/ ..v.... : ,\,., t ,
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.3 ,.{, These 10 Won the First' '
SUB' LAKESIDE ,, .. N MAIN ST f '
0602300000 ILlE FL' 32601 '..rl : Grade Spelling Bee at SE .

0571000100 009777-000-2 $ 9$' 22 THAT' PORT OF',LOT .;i I ,, First graders at Starke Elementary recently cornup In their class, are l-r) April CasUns. Danielbee. -

009399x000-8 $603.57 '1.75 AC 5..E 6 UNIT SEMINOLE .R : 'peted In spelling Robinson Julie Walker Laura Carver, Erin Jarvis
12.00 ,AC NELSON CLYDE LOCATED IN BRADFORD ;':1 i Winner was Jason Howie, front left- Erin' Brewer, Stacey Brewer, and Cassandra '
PERRYMAN THOMAS E'I; !; Every student who wanted to in each of th
RT 2 BOX' 2591: BEING 40-EEW ON N SID ''r'tl; Runner-up wad Jeff Chltty. front right. Other par- compete ?
PATRICIART tlclpants la the final bee either $ SE first grade classes was Invited to participate
,
champion or runner-
MELROSE FL 32666 ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL: ) .ff* '
2 ,BOX) 2JO. -
KEYSTONE' HGTS FL 32656. 25 8S 22 S 264 F T OF SEMINOLE ,RIDGE UNt T 71 ;": : I ,

1 FT, OF Wl/2 OF, / '11, .' '
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23.SS. 22 E 396* ,OF., NE1/4' '
.OF,N.El/4 I; SWl/4 OF NWl/4 EX School Center Director'
NE COR 50' .N C S' BY 10't62. 000-0 $127.10 : : Operations

057100000' I (ADO L LEGAL SEE ) '' ROSS I O J

: BLANDING BLVD ',
009405-000-3 424.61 06035 00100

20.00: ACLEWISIJOE EST MATHEWS 009837-000-6 SANDRA J $ 9S 22 LOT, fL'9 UNIT 32210 7 'SEM.. 'Says Personnel is Biggest Need

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I OSCAR. LEWI POBOX 274 ;' '
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8731 SEVENTH AVE MELROSE" FL 32666 '. A strong case: for the need of more Presently, when there is major ed on the minimum school pay scalepersonnel
JACKSONVILLE FL 32208 25 8S 22 COM AT SE al-00o-, $124.45 at the.echoolsystem's heating and air condition of $4.65 per hour. It was discussed

23 8S-22' El/2'oF NEl/4 OF NW1/4'OF'NW1/4,. N : Operations Center'was made to three breakdowns, the Operations Center' however, that a person to do that jobvISiting
SWJ./4 : 0 POB, W, 117', ,N 1 .. DENNIS & KUSHNER; school board members at a depends on Voc-Tech instructor Gene may be hired for minimum wage,of
117 S 145' TO P08 S SW10LER PL, .. ,0 ;,' v, special workshop. Thursday night Tanner to assist in the repairs. But, $3 65 per hour.
05719--OOOOO CA 92669, .+ May 24, by Director Lennard' Tanner has to finish Instructing .Register noted during the workshop
0603500200 9S 22 LOT 29 OF SE'MINO '.,' Register. classes before-being able to.help with that over $60,000 was cut from his

009408-000-1 $192.59 $ E RIDGE S/D-UNIT.7. 'I, ; 'A need for three more full time ,the repairs. budget this year and $90,000 the year,,
JOHNSON WILLIAM .F v 009838-000-2 .' .f ,'" .4, employees\ topped the list of requests "We have been needing more help 'before. "We are going to put a stop to
721 SEABROOK PARKWAY ; EASTERLING W JR 'E from that," assured Hall and Spengler"
Register during the last of thefor over a year now. said Register.
JACKSONVILLE FL"' 32211- I RT 2 BOX 1060 '' ; 'i'-' 00000 4 i\ : Ih' .f ""on-the-road' workshops by, the Register then noted that school '

24 as '22' COM AT' ,NW COR OF 1 KEYSTONE HGTS FL ; -' $77:74 :,,, school board. Board members in at carpenter David Wager needed an replacement and the possibility

NE 1/4, E 97ct t S'S52'44.' 25 8S 22 COMAT SE '. : 3.00 AC vi f'.' tendance at the meeting were Rodney assistant for his duties. '"David has of putting two-way radios in all buseswas .
also discussed at the meeting.Speng1er.BIiSPrlncpaIJImDuncan
FOR PUB CON?: 's .75.65 NWl/4 OF NWl/4 Register and all the
( he is the best we've had by
TO POB CONT N 201.5 anyone,
E 5&7' MIL TO LAKE NULYI E BROUNLEE ST enthused about the
were
present
who has announced his intentions far said "But needs
f to Register. he
ADD L' LEGAL SEE' TAXROLL' ) S 218' E 224' 70 FL 32091 \ radio Idea.Register.
run for school superintent( was algo someone to help him. '
SUB PARADISE LAKE. ACRES 65 22 l' present for the work shop. Estimated cost for the heating and, requested that the board
Y' 06045. -00000 ? '' 3A OF Ei OF NEfc OF SWfe OF'rSWk\ l/ Register pointed out that a ulltime air conditioning person would be replace five buses each year for theheatlngairconditioningperson

05723- -00000tO.OA4.li7 009861-000-5 $ LOT: IN SE CDR 100r'N .oTg:, BY.. ;';\1 l a $25OOO'and the carpenter assistant next four years. Cost for each busaccording
FORD L ARR YI :, 0' E 5 W .' t.. JUX, I 41 Icarpenter's helper; and a $11,000 per year according to would be about $25,000 to
000-02. .rc J -"fl'0 .. 'estirj Uona
0 .
Tct'9I ,. 'Jal) full-time Register//' "
... .."..... a1IQ.OO ..r\CJ. 1/1' Ai'I.of20.R"W03 RTzr 11aJ at ije Zc.''' ,2 ., ., pundskeepBrayreafneed-> frhrJ I RelllstPGtd,tortXn 1 meeting_ ,
"k.,\ kRq3; e. 'tfCj'," 6 }Ito ;FerrMEty4JG.fi1T "" httfl! ;.. WALKER ALFRED. JR'p I T rl. 7"r. r a'.9' "r, f 'I-Y l Operations ,Center is responsible for responsible for' keeping up theJ tha t mo t all malnlenallc was ught
12233 YELLOW ,BLUFF", Rp t, 26' "8S 22 BEG AT SE 't I maintaining all nine school facilities grounds at all 'the schools is up, except for roof repairs, which he
'JACKSONVILLE; FLA;' ;i' ,t5E1/4'O ,NEl/ NUN., .L In the county estimated to cost another$Uooobassaid they would work on this summer.
'32226 .. i W 60* S 60' E 60 .. .

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F t:! 1/7 ,OF NEl/4 ? ;"SUB 'CYPRESS.. BCHI06060A02600 Legal Notices: t;: IT], I

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0572400,100,, .'
009419-000-2 ", $ lh25, 009837-000-1 .,$ NOTICEOF NOTICE '. PUBLIC NOTICE. Alt"Interested persons'are his agent or attorney,-- NOTICE:. ((1) All claims
0000 'DAN H ',., HUGGINS BOBBY rL .& INTENTION .OF INTENTION : required to file with and the amount claimed against the estate and
RT 2 BOX 862.KEYS'fONE'.HGfS 1132 W BARKLEY ,"''.: t. : :TO REGISTER:! TO REGISTER I I. JAMES VERNON'' this Court WITHIN THREE If the claim I I. not yet ((2)) any,oblec lon by an'
.. ) FICTITIOUS NAME NAME due, the date when It Intersted to
ORANGE, CA 92668 FICTITIOUS
FLA. 'v r. SLADE. JR., will not beresponsible MONTHS OF THE FIRST person
shall be
1 27. 8S 22 LOT 26 OF for bills PUBLICATION OF THIS will become due whom notice was mailed
32656. ; .. Pursuant to Section Pursuant foci Section any all claims stated If the claim Is that challenges the '
NOTICE ((1)
CYPRESS i.
BEACH S/D than :
other
24 8S 22 BEG AT A PT .ON W ; 865.09,, Florida StatutM, 943.09, Florida Statutes.notice my own.5/31 against the estate and contingent or unli validity of the will, the
LINE_ OF,,,,SEl/4, OF NEl/4 WHICH SUB EAST CYPRESS BCH;: .nolle I.I hereby given Is hereby given 5/173tchg ((2)) any objection by anyinterested quidated the nature of qualifications of the personal .
that the
PT, IS 590.4 'S OF NW 'I.. und.r.lgn.d.8ryan that the undersigned. 1 .;.._. person to the uncertainty shall be' representative,
0( 110-- -ooo o Harding and Charlotte L. H .CORt.N(200i, E 200 ; SWLY 009956-000-4 '$ Emory Nolan. Route 4, Thompson Street. NOTICEOF that challenge the the security the. court '
ADD LLEGAL SEE TAXROLL ) JUDKINS EVELYN LAW .Box 1320. Stark, FL ; Stark, FL 32091." tol., INTENTIONTO validity of the will, the shall be described The ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS -
SUB KEYSTONE ESTATES., 32091, joint owners doing owner, doing business' REGISTER. of the claimant shall deliver a NOT SO FILED
( E' M RQWELL business under the under the firmi"name of FICTITIOUS NAME qualifications sonol representative per. 'copy of the claim to the WILL BE FOREVER 'BAR.
PO, BOX. 61,5MICANIOPY firm name of LAKE CITY CHARLOTTE'S COUNTRY of clerk who shall furnish RED:
05817100100 $325.37 FL. 32607 NEON SIGNS. Rout 4. \SALON, 202 N. ThompKn STATE OF FLORIDA. venue the Court.or jurisdiction ALL CLAIMS the copy to the personal Dote of the first
009432rOOO-O Box 1320. ''Stark.,, FL FL COUNTY OF BRADFORD. of this noticeof
v' '35 8S 22 COM AT NE : St.. Stark. )2)91. AND, OBJECTIONS,, NOT representative publication
PENTAD CORPORA.
16.00 AC 32091 Intend,, to ,,Intends to register,said SO FILED WILL BE ALL CLAIMS AND administration: May
KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP; ;'.-, ,NWl/4 RUN W 1227' register said OctlHous fictitious name under. .the 1 TION hereby give FOREVER BARRED. DEMANDS NOT SO FILED 31' 1984. '
( GEORGE INMAN ',' DEG .W 180' S 70 DEG name under the aforesaid statute. I 'node* that It ,Intends to Publication of thisNotice WILL BE FOREVER BARRED JANET OLIVE
: SPRGS'8l,1 IN E .200' S 24 DEC aforesaid statute. Doted this 8th day of resisted with the Clerkof has ,Route, Box 1968
begun on May
2020 E, SILVER "( Dated this 2nd of Circuit Court for Brad.
'day
r 1 IAOO' L LEGAL SEE .,May A.D. 1984, In Brad* Dated May 29. 1984. Starke, FL 32091
OCALA FL, 32670 'j t I INDIAN May. A.D. 1984, In. Brad* :n.. ,1 ford County ford County Florida. the 31<>1984. PersonalRepresentative JOHN R. LONGACREAs DUDLEY P.HARDY. P.A.
24 8S 22 BEG 750 5/10 4tpd 5/31 ...... TRADERS and toengage : .
Starke. FL 32091
COR OF NWI"<"OF'N..t/4 S 6 06170- -00000 ... I In business JOHN. LONGACRE ?
34' .' WT 729' TO ELY R/W'"GR, 010022-000-4 .$ .' -...... .,"'.: :t Ii;,, IN THE CUt UIT'COURT under that fictitiousname .2888 Eastbum Rd. DELLA, the Z.Estateof SPEED ((904)9645701 3/31 2tchg 6/07

RO N ON E R/W' 681.,99' E BIRT W.A C DONNA 'w <': NOTICE : ; ,, JUDICIAL',CIRCUIT EIGHTH with a principal Broomall,',PA 19008 Deceased.

ADO L LEGAL&:,' SEE TAXROLL 2338" CHERYL: OR OF INTENTION,, ;'. j.. INANOFOR8RADkRD place of business located Attorney Personal for WILLIAM D. REYNOLDS +-
'' JACKSONVILLE FLA TO REGISTER ,f: at Highway 301 North AttorneyP.O. f"! "
0581901030 .' 32217 ... FICTITIOUS NAME" COUNTY.FLORIDA, Stark, Florida 32091. RepresentatlverWILLIAM D. REYNOLDS Box 543Gclln..vlll. ,'Sub'scrlbtlSubsrrlbe !

009486-000-9 .. $106.14. 35'( CASE NO.83333IN PENTAD CORPORATION .,f L 32605 ',r> '-* V\ .
LOT-9 543Gainesville
8S 22 P O. Box
5.00.AC ,' k. :" ,*' .' ; Pursuant to Section. u ..q' .By:Morris: B.Williams, Telephone ,
CAVERLY GUY W C.v NARY'P>, '- BEACH ,UNIT 2 <' $.\.:,& ,:;1''; ; '865.09,. Florida Statutes, REt The Marriage Of s '' President' ((904) 376-6677, FL32602. (04)) 376-6677 ,(I'I' ,
) ,
PO. DRAWER' 599' 'I,'0619i-, -ooooo'( t*i;$- ( notice that th I.I. hereby undersigned given :I'.' 4 JOE L'.WARD :m soy' ., By DUDLEY:John H.HARDY Jones, Esq.P.A. S/317tchg 6/07 May First publl.hed'an,'1984 : .. ''.Su61. H64i'M JSubscribe

KEYSTONE: HGTS FL326S6: o 10057- OOG- $I .. : ,; Bryan Harding Route, Husband r 1 Counsel 31 5/312tch"6/07
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24 8S' 22 COM AT ,te COR OF BRAGG JAMES R. ,t,0"..". ;? Box 1330 Stork, FL end A MARgE STOUT'JM" \ P,O. Drawer 1030 I

'SW1OF .NWt/4 S 784' 'TO! R T 2. BOX ''113 "J'3f' \ 33091, sol.owner doingbusiness JUNE'WARD.WII. %i, S-jjt.,..?. ., Stark*, Florida 32091TO4)9 .' IN THE CIRCUIT ,.e._ ,
POB,'E 179.86.$34.E', '386'. HAWTHORNE FL 32640 under the' firm : : : '( ) 4.3701.Attorney "p1 'COURTOFTHE, INTHECIRCUIT '" ...

,02 W, 743.65 TO E KM,,' cb 01 9S' 22 LOT 17 UNIT' name Route:iof 4." ,SLAM Box SIGNS t 320. ,* 'NOTICE. OF ACTION.,:. If -,Registrant'for EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,COURT EIGHTH ''n Sfarke:
'
( ADO L LEGAL1, SEE ,::rbR t.LJ... Di[AN BEACH Q&U'tf12. Stark,;Fl 32091'int.ndi | JLiNE A >ilfH ( !*l'g S J. !3/24 4tchg 6/14. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Can I PhyllIs
'
., TOi MARIE r BRADFORD COUNTY. IN AND FORk
SUB KEYSTONl4 F. SUB BOYKIN.. |t': to register. said fictitious, Or Monte z
: Y 1,1/; ,:' ; name under the .STOUT WARDML,st '\11'1 ..-._- ." FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY, '
'' ', '. ". ,known resld.nc..ad.: PROBATE DIVISIONFILE 964-6305
05869- ,-ooo'o-;: ; 06203-A-04000 : ., aforesaid statute. FLORIDA
009542000-9' ., $'46'.94'KEYSTONE' 010139-000-5: ''',$ Doted this 2nd day of dress: '300 lake Wood ,, IN THE CIRCUITCOURT NO. a.4..acp PROBATE DIVISION _.
j ,
Bradford ,Drive, lullng. LA 70070.M\ ,, OF THE .v'T .,, FII.NO..52,, ,
& May; (n
CQRPtTl''GEORGE' FERMIN A.D.1984y
ESTATES .SANTOS J. ,Vt U ARE, NOTIFIED' .. .,, EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN RE: ESTATE OF ,1-0349:
INMAN": . 2239'N)4ULLIGAN,) i > County S/104tpdS/3l .that ,an1";' ottfonsfordlttolutlon I. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DELLAZ.SPEED

2020 ;; SILVER..JSPRGS,; BL'V?' ,' CHICAGO ''IL 60639; Mfr ......_ '" : ''of".hrartfog* (,t.; ALACHUA COUNTY Deceased. M RE GESTATE OF. .
OCALA, FU1: '32670i > 'J "*! I'M; ; .36 ,8$ ,22 LOT, 40 : : : flail''I been ,fll,4.;ttseinst'v"' '. ,FLORIDA .LLOYD OLIVE.
OFfBLK J5 ';, \I' ." >' .. NOTICE you. You are required to ;,,"': PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE Deceased., '
24 85 22 LOT 19 KE EST i ,, .
,' INTENTION ; \t' "
CREEK'c' '. serve oitopr your File No,84-48 CP''IN TO.CREDI'tORSTO
: GENEVA .
IN : 105870
SUB '
I.C .E UNIT : : TO REGISTER written defense If any, NOTICEOF
.' :, "* :/ ; ; FICTITIOUS NAME to the action ,Vi_ peti ; RE: ESTATE OF ALL PERSONS HAVING ADMINISTRATION
-00000"( : "< 06203-B..00300. '.tioner' attorney wloenome | *'' DELIA Z.SPEED CLAIMS OR
'' .. $46'.94 010146000-2 '$ P"rwnt.to Section' and .addresMl is', Deceased.: DEMANDS AGAINST THE The"administration of .
Q09543-000-5 : ', ': 863.09.Florida $,otut...,. ,.' 5TEVENP. DeLUCA,..14S...," ABOVE ESTATE. the Estat of .LLOYD. Cast tcotpi.c
ESTATES COR1 < LANSING J. c .
KEYSTONE '. ROY :, .'\ 'AQUC.'lS| ;eby"givert""rp:, ,(*fW, 1st Av..!, //.Ok.',.'. :I NoTICEOF Within three month OLIVE. ;deceased File 'For Sak I
t GEORGE INHAN/ > RT :2 BOX 2499'Ma.ROSE'FL that 'th* undersignedt'; Iwtler" Florida ,3M64 onT ADMINISTRATION, from th*time of the first Number 84-32, I* pen., ; ,
2020 ,E SILVER' SPftGS' BLV &: ,326662S'8S ,,' .tancln D. Her.." &I' before June 10. 1964 ; ." publication of this notice' ding In the Circuit Court 'S3tt ."
DCALA FL:, 32670 '22 LOT 3 "'GENEVA Chariot I, Mersey Jan'. and f II.the orlglnol)with., The administration of you ore required to HI. for Bradford. County ,Wl u ," '
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,24 8S 22 LOT 20: Of' BLK, 15 EK N. Thompson Street ..the clerk'of,,this court: ; 'she eslote:ol DELLA Z. with the clerk of she Circuit Florida, Probate DM- !, ,
: .. '(, Stork, ,a 33091 loin| .ither baforrrP.utloner'e servk qn 'SPEED deceased .File Court .of Bradford plan the address. of, Mutt
JN'K'C'' f E UNIT 1 0620VC-02800: /owner.,. doing business ottomay,or :Number 84-48. CI.I.I pen' County Florida., Probate which I. Bradford County'. ,Q4Nt.Furnttur( 1

SUB. REPLAT OF" ,PORT. bf;. Kef 010197-000-3( ', .$ under the firm 'iwm. of I Immediately .thereofter;';" ding I" the Circuit Court; ,Division1,' the address Courthouse, ''Starkot./. ,, e W..
'. '.. *, '''" V: LENU* FR60ESICK,0: '4 & : / CHILDREN'S HOP!' .....rw..**.a |ud jmenl, of the Eighth Judicial Or 'which If Drawer 8.Stark."lorlda Bradford County, Florida, S .l.d y
:.f. "} ACADEMY" a02' N.,. wilt be entered- !.>< the Atachua 33091 m.r..o71.Lly
05985'OOOOOT: ( < ** >< < ; '' \' ,', ; 'cult In and for ?a ''32091 k The name and address '
'>*::* 1 06.64 P q8ox'68":: .i :, Thompson St..'Stark. "t :relief demanded In JM' Mpelltlon. ,,; f County,. Florida, Probates ,written and :.verified of.'the'', Personal 1 Ytlr"
009641-0001 V' : '' '
? KEYSTONE,, hEIGHT.iFL '!. 32091 Intends. to, .A-v H
"' ;J, *u"r, "* Division, the address of statement of any. claim Representative and of
5.QO, AC ; : "-' 6485,22, I.OJ 28: GENE, : ,'......, sold: ktlHou* WITNESS$ my hond and :' which I,Is ,Drawer B. ,or demand you may have the 'PerKooof Represen 15 *
L.1VERT ABE: .. '' icS' *" S; : ";. :' nam*'' under th*." UN* *eal of.this Court 0..b.l ,"Stork, *., Florida 32091. against the estate of tative' attorney ore set .
4249 MOREN/i 'LA"E": :*' -.. ,.< SOB"4SANTA:.1'FE" .':- oforesakr statute. '. .''?,, II 'May7.. : 4 ,,?, ; Tri* names and lad. DELLA Z, SPEED deceos.fed -, ;forth. below.
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JACKSONVILLE, ':FLA>, '., '*""* : ,.*. '10 "',, e ", SHOjtE.S. t" ;, ,, ',1;',*I'dt ;? Dated this Wi day 'of'. ( \. OILIER?S. -.,4' 'a....* of the penoM"repr'allv. i All Interested persons i Office Shop
.. ', 'i (j" 'I'I't : '," : ,; 19'! 1f>j>o" .!t'4 4 I. and the Each, be In ere required to file wltHth : > 1 .
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"'. School. Principals, thertide "It's and even hosted a district meeting, I'Spanish

Thought for the Weelc'.... Election Time!" was about BHS's .where they increased skills at student
voter registration and election government and shared Ideas with i
Through fh* love of Irlondt wo .*' cedures. fro- other schools.

i p.rlnco the pnuonc of God Vjcki: Thomas was selected for ear 1 would like to commend the SC fora tti 9 .'

t ',1 i ning the Degree of State Farmer, successful and organized year of activities t,

Tornadoes' of the Month.. .. I, placing 1st in State Horticulture that they: 'sPOnsored. | would t
like to a special( thanks
Demonstration Contest. She was alsoa say to SC sponsor -
The Tornadoes of the Month for winner at the regional science fair Ronney Harris for all the help he' ,
March are: and attended the state science fair. has given me id writing'about their'
Jody Wadsworth was selected for projects. He Is the one behind all their
donating his time and talent to raise Improvements and changes. Thanks 1
mopey for the FFA and the band. He Student The new SC for the W84-B5 school
Council... .
has also played for school programsand year has already been preparing for RCuROOs A
has performed with lead guitar The 1963-84 SC (student council) has next; year. What lies,ahead? _
and fiddle on the stage of the Grand been busy all year and has made ti .
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Ole Opry. several accomplishments, among '
Carol Fussell was selected for her them boosting student morale. The Graduation wish... 3 i: SPANOLi

r dedication to the BUS track and cross school year had a more organized The BUS librarians' Mrs. Olivia i
country teams. She served four yearson outlook and is due' in the most part to' Scott, and Airs Gladys Thomas,
each team, including serving as the SC. reflecting on, the 1984 school year I
' captain on each team two yean. To begin, the SC organized would like' to''wish all graduates, "A *
'I assemblies for each six weeks to com- fond farewell and best of luck In the f
The Tornadoes of the Month 'for mend students for a job well done.. future."' And )'o\1.can't get that from ,
r.. : This assembly also provided opportunities any book!
I, .more Welty, selected for the -for/ other awards that might'be The librarians'would also like to ask
I leadership exhibited through her given. that all dues ba} paid and borrowed
, outstanding work in Student Council. 1 The SC created a Tornado-of-the- books returned.
,: By doing this Miss Welty earned the Month award to be given each month.
,I privilege of serving in the Florida This award was given to the students Sophomore Source of Jam!t

J: Senate as a page this year and was who were nominated and selected by The Sophomore source of jam'will
I) one of three students this year to have fellow students for their achievments. be -disc Jockey JTerry'Carver as he
;! an article published in Student Activities The SC also created a class of the rolls the records this Friday night in Experts...
! -This is competition 'to get students Italian, CrUUen Dlckenson.( Cheryl'Furrow. Phillip.
year :
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cafeteria from ..8:3012:30.The
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! ,This of'Spanish students at Bradford 11Igb, Crews and Joellc Innocent. In the
; published each month nationally byI' motivated to take part in extracur- dance will group rear are Wendy
,the National Assoc of Secondary ricula activities. They ,took part inN Sophomore sponsored! took top honors In state competition.They are from left Sullivan, Tracy Bare and Sebriiu Snell. Not shown. Is
be "End of School"jam and a summer
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i -- k. -I to right In front: Michelle Stillwell, Sponsor JoAnna Trkla Lawson, >
super starter I ,
The Sophomore Class is getting'an
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Jr-Sr prom which they will sponsor.
Admission for the dance is $2 per per- Milner Elected Vice-Chairman Planning Council

son. Be: there: or be square! 1 '
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Loc resident Bob Milner; Jr. w selected to represent the Governor's Office on also part of the Council's' responsibilities
vice-chairman< of the 'North the Council. ,
'v Central Florida. Regional Planning The Council is an organization t of>> Milner,has been,very active In the
v Juniors; Sit as Seniors, Council at the organization's Annual local governments within the organization In an effort to promote
Meeting in Gainesville May ?4j known as North Central
All} Juniors,, 'soon, to: be seniors, 'll-countyarea proper development in North Florida.
3 3v 3y Milner has served on the Council Florida. It provides technical ser
? should senior lie has served as secretary-treasurer*
pick up. a picture since December 1980. He first vices to cities and counties in the
chairman of the Finance Committee,
Mrs.
schedule from Hazen's desk in represented the City of Starke as a Ci- region and 'conducts economic
chairman of the Clearinghouse Com-
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Eyvette Covington did a still life S in 68 schools.We are looking for still bet', ) ', ): ", Ladles rstecklaces's ', "'01"I" .

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flocked to the Lake Butler Berry cowboy boots. Stetson hats, bluegrass --
Blossom Bluegrass Festival in spiteof music and the smell of hickory smoke .. ', -
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prohibited the large attendance that Bluegrass music is a combinationof
promoters hoped for. guitars, mandolins, banjos, fiddles.
"We've had a pretty good crowd' (no violins In this crowd) and other instruments
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interested and enjoyed every minute. common is old-timey gospel, like the
We just needed more people," he slow and sad gospel song made
said. famous br.the Hee-Haw Gospel '
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caused by the rain, which has Bluegrass did it Sunday, with backup / c F k r i
been the curse of the annual event, he help from Special Cooking. k
said, "I couldn't ask for it to be any Bluegrass fans are a dedicated e f rtK
better, except to. get more people brotherhood. Many of them take to
here." the road in campers and follow their
Bluegrass fans are not quite as favorite groups on tour with as much d ,
raucous as rock and roll fans, but they enthusiasm as any teenage rock and
enjoy their music just as much. The roller ever mustered up.
music lovers sat beneath the tree The lyrics and beat in bluegrass area
shade sipping on iced tea and keeping little different, but someone who
time to"Sally Goodin" with their fans thinks he doesn't like bluegrass,
or tapping their toes to "I Saw the might be surprised to find their toes
Light; a tune that makes toe-tapping tapping and their hands clapping to
almost a subconcious activity.The the almost irresistible beat of "I Saw
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(Above) The Dixie Jubilees from Lake City hosted the. festival that drew'
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r The Union County' Riding Club rode Riders'placing'in the Texas Barrell{

Square ,Dancln,... Beginning In Jun. square dancing will b. hold the *.cond and Aerobic Classes are king offered Mondoya I and Wednesday at 9:30: a.m. 4 p.m.. on May 28, with ;48 riders par Competition ToddlersGeorgie, were:, .: :;Seay, Bill
fourth Thursday of each month at 8 p.m. at tti. Masonic lodge In Stark., corner of and 7:30 p.m. and Tuesday: and Thursdays at 1:30: p.m at the Keystone Heights ticipating.. Castlen Seay; "
Call and Orang. St, Collar Is Jim Duncan Visitor w.lcom.. Malnstrvam dancing., Woman Club. Call 473-3784: for further Information.T, / ,.I"; r Riders placing in the Clover Leaf Fingerlings.'Troublellagan, George Angie '
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Sweet Ad.II_.... This woman'. barbershop music group ma t.each Monday at 7:30 Experimental Aircraft Association.. The group meet and discusses aircraft each. I ToddlersGeorgie Seay. George Jason Castlen Stalnaker.Lacy i Cannons"
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p.m. at the United Church of Gaihesvilf Women Interested In singing four part harmony Sunday at 4:30: p.mat K.nn-Alr. on the.north side of 1h.,Gainesville Regional Air.' Seay* Bill Castlen. Kellie Hendricks. Girls. Marie Williams
are Invited to 'III.It. i ":. ,. i port.Airplane, buff welcome., Call 377-9822: for Information,*, '-' ,?'. ,'. t.; FtogerlingsTrouble Hagan Lacy Small.Fry Keller Lisa
? ? '>Sf'"ik >,- :fWi '' .- I Cannon, Angie Castlen, Bobbie Lee, Tammy LeeJ Jenny ,
Weldo Arts and Craft Festival. I. sal for Jwne8th-I0thanpropertyadocenttothe| Aerobic* Classes >or. being offered ;In [lake Butler on M ndi'd'-Thursday; after Jason Stalnaker. '. 'Small Boggs, Denise Cannon Boys.John Kim Roberts Roberts.,
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I GirlsLtia'Bo Marie Fry, .
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noon at 430 p.mi In'room 136B at Union County High School. Morning classes begin'' / Fry gs,
Trading Post Restaurant on U.S 301 on. mile north of Waldo. : Williams David Keller. fV
Featuring over 50 booths with arts and crafts, balloon rides, ultralight planes; Wednesday. Jun. 13 at I 9:30: a.m. Call! 964-9078' for information .' Denise Cannon., Tammy Lee Jenny. Keller;. !Junior Girls-, Melissa WiJIams T.G.
and band The Th. Chuck Miller (j. < ;tB-l: 1 '. .
skydiving country bluegrass Including Skyllners Hagan .Debbie Cornell, Julie Dor-
Family The Scripture.. Singing Rep; Th. Spirits, the Revelations and Th. living Keystone Nlfihtowls....' Night version of Hom.mak.rs Club meets second Tuesday', ol ,Small Fry Boys- David Keller. miney,, Penny, ::Stalnaker! Katrina '
.Revelations. ,each month at 7:30: p.m. at First Baptist Church In I Keystone. > -
Junior GirlS--- Niki :Thomas Clare Childree- ,
Th.r. will b. all-night gospel and contest Friday when 1 A' '"" '' "". ,
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,ov.r 19 gospel groups will entertain. Keystone Heights Boy scout Troop. IDS mats at l Keystone'< Unlt.ci I M.thodl.t, Church. Winkler Katrina Childree Debbie Puffs- Gail Crosby; Linda'
A parade Is lOt for Saturday at 10 a.m. starting at th.Trading Post and a special} ribbon each Tuesday night from 7:30.9 p.m?' ,"*v '<' "": \.j ;". '- '\ Stalker Cornell, Nannette: Stalnaker Penny.Powder, Liz' O'steen, Dot Andrews

cutting c.r.mony I I. set for 11 a.m.. KH PFA........ Th. Keystone Heights' 'Elementary School Parent Faculty Aitocla- Junior BoysBrett"Roberts Marsha Cannon: ?
Th.r. Is no deadline 1 for .ntrl. In the arts and crafts shows Call Sheila No'fon'at: tlon held a meeting May 7 for the new (joint members.>> ,, ? 'I, '' a Powder Puffs- Priscilla Seay 1 ; ,UT .Seniors--. Clarence Seay Ronnie
,.468-1849 or.468-2622 for more Information. On Jun. II. lunch will b. erved by elementary school teacher for PFA board O'steen, Linda Everett, Dot Andrews: Keller John,- Roberts.' Danny Bass
: memberr.f ; ':_ ,'' "" *?: 'P Stalnaker James Shaw:
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Aeueslxe, CIo....... Mondays Wednesdays and Friday from 9.10 a.m. beginning ,, ,'. ., ..1. Jack Rennys- '''J.T; 'Bass' EddieO'steen
June 4 to July 13. F.. I.I $25 with prereglstratlon and $30. at the doori For mar. Information \, '. ::1 lit:; '< I' r" fd"' '#". I :'Seol rs-Danny Bass John: Roberts. Char* Perry# "
call the BH Center at 964-4210. -a .H. &'> <... -. .r f!,;' 'r.' ,', ,',' Clarence Seay,.wade Andrews Ronnie .. J. ,
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'' Keller;' James Roy Stalnaker. placing ,
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June 9 to July 12. Fee Is$18 with prereglstratian and $20 at the door. For Information i' ';ft Outlaw Rick/ Perrlnger Qnd Pot< 'r0'steenn Charlie Toddlers-, .Bill Castlen, 'GeorgeSeay
Hatch Perry.
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call BH Center 964-4210. > rtf. : Georgia
Orlando,
v "j Soturdgy"Jun. at the C.ntral Florida Fairground ,' "
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cl .1-, :: 'Yf. l"" I' Riders placing in' the Arena Race dricka., '. f. J'
; $10 and available at Spec'' Galneiylllet :
Ticket ore are : ,
'trinity' tptsceeel Church... --Meeting held/ each week In the Parrish House Include: f '. \R.cord.ln i" i Competition were: : FlngerUngB'\ Trouble Hagan Lacy'
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 ? ToddlersGeorgie' 'Seay,. ,George Cal\llOllJafIQn{: Stalnaker.;" "
p.m. fy Terri! 0.....," Saturday; June 9 at Tampojheatre.: Tickets ore $13.90 and $Ii.,59; Girls-Afterie Williams
Cub Scout Pock 109 eocri Monday night at 6:30: p.m.: .1* Seay Bill Castlen. Kellie Hendricks. Small Fry" ,
Brownie meet Monday at 3 p.m.: m Juice Newton II'. Tuesday; Jun. 12 ot iu Ii'p.m.;; at Playground South I In,In.Jac"'onvlll." Fingcrlinos- Trouble Hagan.' 'Angle Tammy ..Lee Lisa Boggs," Jenny;,
'Keller DeniseCapnon. :
Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.m. Castlen, Lacy Cannon .Jason
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I : r 11' ,11\\ Girls Marie William. Roberta .
St rke Bait Scout Troop 70 meet from. *8:30 p.m. each Tuesday In the' scout.. hut lilyiIdol.. ... Monday,'Jun.18th) In!tit..y'JGck..: nvlll. Coliseum."'f4. s /: '. Tammy Fry Leer Lisa ,Boggs 'Kim' Junior Girls-:" TA'Hn.n,. MelisaaWilliams f
! behind the $tennis,! court on Pratt $Street In Storke. & Ii.,. 't." "I' : "': < ) "I, Denise 'Jenny, ,- Katrina',CtoWree KelHe
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ij j Peggy Register 1-264-4,199} for.more Information. Junior -' Ruetttiohertar Logan,
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I Metro. T.O.P.'ir The weight reducing club meet each) Tu.sdoyat 9:30: o.m..t j the lakeland' CMe Confer, Tkket' am $13.90.: > ,t' ", ;..t" .r' ( : ; Junior Melinm Williams. T.G. Powder J Puff'. Dot ;Andrewe-,
Eliam Bopi.f Church 'In.Melrose.! Vr" ; *'> 'i DDi.nfi, .t !VV ''7Jid' of "' i{r'! /Eck.rdHall'TkkN. H4pm Winfcjler, Xatrin* CMMrae 'Julie,,Dormtoey -' illa > : l : .'
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I Ir JLelto Butler TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly' Club meets each Thursday evening at 6:30 ", ere$16,50,113.50 and $14.90,, '., :U:: ." /- .Junior, Boys-,Brett Roberta- ,' Q'RobIIItO\ nnl 'AndIf6WM'
p.m. ot the Folm: Baptist Church on 1200>'>$:12th St, In lake Bulls' For. further Informa t '. > y 1 '' .. .. .Jamea"
t "'lion.toll Linda Durham at 4963384., : .'.' \ >-- .r I '..),, > Concert .Phone; Numkws... Jocfciaovllie Coliseum\ and Clvl<'Auditorium'k.6OJ.99O1!, Powderfuff- *' PrtadJJa' 'Sw : S. J_' ',J ; '
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Cakes repeatedly come to our rescue when we,need,attractive 1/4 cup cocoa 1 I ;, 1", 1
aimple4o-eerve'desserts for a crowd and I something. to 1/3 cup w..ll-clrahieci'finely oh binq cherries,
appeal to all ages. ' If you are hosting Important occaiioq'ioo ,k'ua. >> .,.r>\. i' ': 10:t" '",I f' ,: 1/2 yhorfjling ". ;c":::' ,::
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Kitchens. 13x9x3 Inches.Prepare oak mix a directed on package.Pour cup
regular chunky)
Banana Split Dessert is just one of 14 unique recipes from 1 1/3 cups of the batter Into email,bcfwl| stir In cocoa. Stir 1.3/4/ all-purpo or flour
the 12-page full-color booklet,"Fruit Desserts" Request your cherries Into remaining batter. Sprea In pan. I' 1-1/2 cups teaspoons cinnamon.
free copy by writing to: SuporMolat Booklet Box"8402. Dept, Drop cocoa batter by: 'generous tatrifspoon" onto batter; lapan. 1 teaspoon a1leplce' "
883 Minneapolis.MN 65460.;' '.' '" v r Cut through batter'with kalttl.; 'I,metal spatula several 1 teaspoon nutmeg ,
A Banana Split Dessert that needs no ice cream? That's times for marbled f ffect.; Bake ae directed.Cool completely ':. 1/4 teaspoon cloves : .')'r'..."t',
right. And along with the maraschino cherries andjudg topping Boat whipping cream and,powdetodj sugar la,chilled bowl 1/2 teaspoon salt ,
you could provide a sumptuous tray of toppers;from until stiff; spread over cake RefrigtrAte ntll'serving: Urn*. t teaspoon baking soda
which your guests choose their favorites.Offer fresh or canned Heat fudge topping: until warm Cuf cake Into serving ,Ieeee.
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mix well. Sift flour with salt and soda. Add
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High Altitude Direction (3500 to!,8500 feet):':Prepare cake shortening ;
BANANA SPLIT DESSERT mix as directed In high altitude directions, on package, Bake square pan at 350 F. for 30-35 minutes, or until
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i From Western.New York'Apple ,Tpl.L with; a scoop ofcreamy! vanilla" Jef,creanuncJ..I1't. WElL'S ALL se.n '' ONLY C.VE SMALL Ii. ,
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them nil with P'Nutty Apple) Crumb Pie, ThU Inviting P'NUTTY APPLE PIE IfII.-r.., "1' HAS BEEN CHOSEN. A FINE, DATE TONIGHT / 'Of ITS?:
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approval from the very first bite 1 8-lnch unbaked pie shell KIN PICKED OUT. ,
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serve P'Nutty Apple Crumb Pie anytime. By starting with 1/2 cup flour :'
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The crunchy crumb topping even eliminates the need 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
for a top crutt. Simply cut the peanut butter mixture 1 teaspoon lemon peel-
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pop in the oven. lemon juice. Cut peanut butter and butter into mixture of
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show that the of total sales were'for of more; 136 are directly acreagesand
wy BUS of Agriculture or 29 percent had gross sales $40,000 inventories. Dollar values have
i number of farms in the county crops,while$6.6 million or 71 percentof reported sales of less than 10,000. adjusted for changes in
decreased from 252 to 216 since the the total came from the sale of Farms operated as sole proprietor not been price
1978 census. All land in farms totaled livestock poultry and their products. ships represented 96 percent of the levels. reports can be obtained .
63.173 acres in 1982,an average of 292 Preliminary l data indicate that expenditures total..In 1982,the average age of farm_ Preliminary the Superintendent '
of
The Census Bureau for feed for livestock and The from
acres per farm. operators was 51.1 years. proportion U.S. Government Printing
defines a farm as any place,from poultry were $2.3 million; total farm of operators reporting farming as Documents Office, Washington D.C. 20402. ;
which $1,000 or more of agricultural energy costs were $492,000': fertilizer their principal occupation remained ;
products were sold or normally would costs were $47,000; and seed costs essentially unchanged at 35 percent ..
have been sold. were$92,000. since 1978. -- ..._! : '" ;.
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Land from which crops were ...... rJ"' '!!!"---' iri '. .j L.!
153rd Engineer Company of Lake City clear the way! One of harvested decreased to 8,951 acres *
the unit's two combat engineer vehicles (CEV) above,left) prepares the since 1978.
shore line for placement of an armored vehicle launch bridge AVLB).. The county's farmers sold $9.3
This combat engineer company part of the 53rd Infantry Brigade million in agricultural products according thmons' !
Florida Army National Guard,Is undergoing annual training. here May 19 to preliminary reports from
through June 2. (Utt Inquiry BrigMU photoc fey SSG !.(.>. ...... UnU Public AtbiraKarr..U.v. the 1982 Census of Agriculture.,The, '
..imnl. CMbM E...._c..,..,.> 1982 sales figure represents an, Western Wear \
average of $43,056 for each of the y\
769 N. Edgewood Avenue ;
county's farms. ,, / '
Gateway Shopping Center. J'ville a
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Size
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54% ".'." ,tj':
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04r 50% ..P
1 It's Just practlce..but the kind ,. 781Z, I Saver ,, General Agent Stark, Florida ,

practice that prepares Florida 2 40% 1982'[ftp I i Universal Life
National Guardsmen for real 36% :W ;.,"" All!leg. Price HIS/ e life Insurance e ,
emergencies, irvrt ky SPM. 4 KMMcdilM 1 iO Off
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VmU P.bh.Ae.lr.Kepm..t.tlva, :.' Narohandlsa Mortgage Protection e .
I C.-.my B.Hrd Support UaUUloa. .', Good thru June 15, T984 Term e IRA's Annuities i
w f- Medical
Pi Individual Major
Group Major: Medical 1 1I

10% 10% Medicare Supplements 1

4: i, m v] Starke. Family I Planning ClinicTubal I .aaf4f..a. aaaf '
Get More For Your )
Vehicle Maintenance..a Ligation (Tubes tied) & Vasectomies. You Can ,
never-ending task! Members of the Less than 50 to 499 500 acre:s t Premium Dollar/ I

146th Signal Batalllon perform dally 50 acres acres or,,more No Hospital stay necessary No abortions performed LET ME SHOW YOU ; ,!
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engine checks on a 2Vm ton communications Call" for"on'appointment'today 1
36,109 Farms
This Jacksonville 1978 -
van.
Pass and Review..Membersof 964-6500
964.5478'
Is In of the 53rd 1982 38,352 Farms ,
support Infantry ,
lZ4th Infantry
of the Third BatalUon of the 0 ,
Brigade during annual training May of the 53rd Infantry Brigade ,_.. ,
19-June 2. 4Urd Inflatory Brigade photo by In review with their mounted -- ,.. -.- -- -. ,
CRT fleet nor) Welsh STARe (-) Public Attain Of.TOW (Tube Launched. Optically . '. . . -. ',
Sighted: Wire Tracked Missile).
(Pboto by Spec. 4 KeniMh iMMiMos.Cwnpuy .
B.,Urd Support BufU.) OUH
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al}=fl ,News i.and BUILDING: I SUPPLIES Good, thru SBffRY June 13, 1984 I ,'


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by Bedding Or maybe you would enjoy watching ell Plywood 4'x8'' ,Sheathing '
,,Carolyn 4-H'ers grow from shy children into LUMBER 2x4 No.. 4

4-H' ;is ,all' over Bradford County confident young. 'adults. through +-H 1/Z"3ply..7.39, 3/8'! . 8.88 -

well! ,almost' .all over Bradford CountyBrldford project you work.If still don't think that you can' 1/2"/ 4 ply 7.89 6/8"/ ; 10.99 BARGAINS S footCfeO:
needs be a 4-H volunteer think agalnl All ,

;a Starke 4-H County leader desperately that is willing to. you young need people is. a and desire an interest to work in their with, SPECIAL BUY 1x2 TB,,8' .......'",.. .. .,. .....: Mi.,49, '
work with 'other volunteers and 4-H $
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future. Now, ypu.thinkjrqu Cattt'i ; (ft <>T i a**
' i emllertr!e 13eft bendfits.>je op.M,say' "no,. look at; this Tole? Do.yourself.anqjthev t -3| & KftgAJJrWhile i 2x4 No. 2 Pine.8' .1'1.,4, (. ... ... 1.59 I 7j.:7 l : '*;, ,iia...- : J;

Yoe! bffiy elp:= p1be6 n + rooting favor a Pfop0;;ome'a'4-Jt.ftl of dft r< **! &t..+ .4: 2x4 "' t rreCutCkT. ?*""'T 89 1 ....--.... _.. -..- .__, _i \
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ween rthe ages of 8-18 learn more day] To volunteer for one of the many They. last -5Q..,>,/b.,Cartons H ,
about themselves but also help them 4-H volunteer positions available,Just lad '
learn some valuable job skills as well. Call the 4-H office at 9044280,ext.229.! 10 d Brits Box . .,,,et995, Shelving Boards

-. '-, 10 d Hot Dip Galv. Box t. .cl $13 9S Largest Treated 1x12 Ponderosa Pine


'I t 1':1"': J\Jl %l tl"'t: ...," .: 10 d CC Box Nails . \ .,. .ct$995 Lumber. Inventory 6'. '3.8fl, 12' '''.,79

... {J'af7pt.f; $1495 In this' area: at C'-6.19 14' '8.98'
: llg' Sq Cap Roof Nails iui%tt Competitive Prices '
The avocado has more t' $ 95' 10' .'0.39 1 G' '10.2S
protein than any other fruit. |1" Galv. Fence Staples .. .ct 13'


.i Exterior Plywood
WALL Pra-Finished

Bluegrass MOLDING2O SIDING

PANELLING, 5/8" x 4' x 8', HBIB
from page 1 % Off -
the Light" or even a song called"Hot Great Selection Pine 1st Grade
Corn Cold Corn,"if it's done by County Carpet cushion (or padding) ENTIRE STOCK
Line Bluegrass. is necessary to a fine carpeted i $13 99
The Dixie Jubilees from Lake City. floor. First, It protects the life 314"x145/8". 96 < each
of which Richards' son Curtis is a minimizing J- I x ;
of the carpet by
member, was the host group for the
festival. Other groups included friction between the carpet's FOAM 318"x 4"x 8' PINE
Southern Star Bluegrass, the Florida secondary backing and the
State Champion Bluegrass Band and subfloor. Second, it provides
INSULATION T-111 SIDING
who '
S.J.Hall an inspiring young man
with a
comfort,
has not allowed the absence of one underfoot I Over 30 Panels In Stock '
arm to interfere with his enjoyment of gentle recoil action, rather -
;bluegrass music and his guitar playIng -' than a mere thud. The qualityof to choose from, 1 O 9 $9.99
.' the cushion choose wilt' 4/ each
.Other groups, present, most of you 1.0Q off sheet
whom travel all over the southeast to have a tremendous effect on any WATER HOSES_
bluegrass festivals, included the the carpet you are having In- .
Heart of Dixie, the Suwan..ee River stalled. Therefore, ,the better' we deliver in local larea,; 20" -"".& AH!
Cloggers, Jim and Jesse and the > the ingredients, the better the Off '
Virginia Boys, BeachvUle Bluegrass i i ,
off U-Haid! If
Boys,Red and Murphy and Company, product; the better' the wear 2.0 any List Pries 15 K B '
County Line Bluegrass,.Dale Evans life, the better the comfort. I Garden'Too"ls
and River Bend, Appling County With all the variety of _

Bluegrass RichardS and began'Special plans Cooking.on this ,qualities, weights, densities' GAP : ALL FANS IN STOCK 0/--
widths, exclusive and special 2 0
festival in January and has already
started plans for the next bluegrass standards... we will recom=: SHINGLES : M ALL SGN3MBE KNIVES ._. II.
for 2830.
set
festival tentatively Sept. mend the proper cushion for '
"It takes a.lot of preparation for. a. ,select. We 20 Year Glass j :.. ;, ., t list Price
festival, like this"he said.' the carpet you _. _.
He and his.wife make a good promotional want our customers to enjoy
team,:according to Richards' the greatest benefits,possible Picked Up ... ,"-*'" '$V Crimp .
"1 do the arrangements for the program from our carpet. See us before
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and t .musicians, with some '
help from her and she does",the concessions you buy carpet or cushion* $25.90 square ,, 30% 'List
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and the booths" Off '
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So far, plans for the September Teal Tile, w

Lincoln festival are County to have Partners Chubby from Wise North,The & Carpal Delivery lit U-help unload AIII.lii.1' Gloats & Corrugated

Carolina, Brushfire from Atlanta,Big
1X1 B. Cherry S l. and TeSas Fiberglass, Roofing
Timber: from Orlalldoi J.W. Brock '26.90 square .. .
The Cross '
and the Next Stark, Florida' ,
Family from Brunswick and the Dixie -' > Panels
M4-7423
Jubilees front Lake City.

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Over 250 area residents took advantage -'

,of many of the free ht'ami',el-:
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Fair this montH In Keystone 1 ,lght,
Th> lIe lU\\ Fair,
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Health Screening Council' (or !, FQK YDUH FAMILY E9ITFRTOtl4Ejrw
Volunteer ,
Organizations, Inc.;; wes: awTV.e,
bigger and better than ever, stated' :
chairman of the event Lena C
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Numerous health services and ,': C wcw "'
screenings were
offered free ot S St ,
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charge. a ,. I I I 1pAC6fow
"This is one of the. best things to r I '
come around herein long, time,'? I I ctAW
remarked Mrs. Ella Stephens as sh4 ,
had her blood, pressure hecked by ;a I
ono of the many volunteers on:hand.' :,
"This,gives mea, chance to check up won ," ,I r
quite a few things 1 was, worrying '-; & I ',.I -, : '
about lately.1 I. don't think I yroujd\ ,

have had this done,. if It all weren't ;" I l
under one roof. It's real, I +
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Blood chemistry teams From '" In tor_ fr.. d.mon.trtl'n...t throe hlta.
Tallahassee{ and Tampa volunteered 3f', VlDlO' ,"!!' -.
their time to offer comprehensive. 8A, '1Mo'Ii
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iblood studies ''for nominal. fees. 1':4" ( DISK' :'W', ''II''rI
$ Y,4Ayus
Local physicians, dentists and op- ,'
ometrists volunteered t their time as ii, e ; I *c thor "movie avalabl! .fit 50% off t..al

ell as other, area health "care', i:,, { oh'ER>|' ?.ooo. ;MOVIE ,TITUS.,AVAILAiDL!:'
?volunteers, Centers at the,fair,vyere
(,provided and >staffed by personnel dD'
!from the Putnam ''Community ,
(Hospital, Upjohn Health Care SerVices -
North Florida Regional'
;Hospital, Shads) Teaching Hospital "' !
; Madison ; Starke S04-7701 "
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rand I t, Alachua General Hospital. : :Q.Qdtnsj,, ;( 332 ,
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[f v screening Lions Club tests members during the conducted fair and the ,*.T': r.n. nt '. : i

Y iCivitan Blood Bank was on hand) for i iOr. "
blood donors.' ; ( 4.weey! / : I, tMbntl1lv.,1j:' I ., ,,,' 1
4 The Shandscair helicopter, always' : : ,, I : I ''I n
'a popular crowd pleaser at events like .
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the .
Health Fair, landed right in front '
lot, the local school across the Slarke fOf* Off I JCRedsonoblf 1 1I
street from t high Club building'and .,.,.- Rates'fi. I
paramedics conducted a tour of '14 .
the 'craft and its complex! arrfty1 ,of :'" "' '. Magnolia Hotel
lifesaving equipment ; > I '
>".w 're very' pleased 'with' the. &. ..
response we've.had at this event,"
commented Dn Bryan'\ Woods, a'
Keystone Heights "physician who 4 13r'f,
volunteered his time foe the fair.
"The people who showe;'up to help
out have done a great job putting the
people at ease and:explaining the 1 1i.
techniques and different tests to them '
as'well.; We look forward to having lff'
More of these' health fairs here in :
Keystone Heights and.In the surrounding ,: -
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New officers Include from left to right: President Susan
Page. Vice President Joan Vaughn. Recording Secretary Carol Julie Bruey.Corresponding Secretary Rhonda Adams and
Sharon Wilson Treasurer Ginny Stanford Corresponding Secretary: Treasurer Laura Dean.

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I Annual Beta Sigma Founder's Phi Market


301 South 964-6071
The 53rd Annual Founder's Day Page president;
celebration: took place for Keystone president; Sharon
Heights and Starke Chapters of Beta secretary; ,Country Store For More"
Sigma Phi sorority recently at the treasurer; Ruth
Starke Golf and Country Club. ding:,secretary; and thru Friday --". '9-7 Saturday
Approximately 40 sorority sisters tension officer. I
from Keystone Heights chapters Pi Keeping in line ; Our Prices' & Saved I '
Psi and XI Kappa Mu and Xi Iota theme for Beta
Delta from Starke gathered for the Dream Big",one
event which included naming Woman chapter related in -
of the Year from each chapter and dream she would like
Pledge of the Year from Pi Psi.d in her life.These USDA CHOICE'
After welcome to the from da Joan
a group Bowen
Pi Psi's outgoing President Carol Mobley.All ; : > Gob 1
Mangus, members received awards members ;: ,
which included certificates of their efforts their dream of a 2

chapters as ,officers as well in their as perfect respective at- and when Debbie Tina Bullock, ) Steak. . Ib.
tendence. "Dream Makers"for w
Receiving the honor of Woman of presented each in
the Year from Pi Psi was Donna Par- token of some sort ;
rish while Julie Bruey-was namedPledge dream come to life.
'of the Year from the same Members had '
dreams that,had '
chapter.
XI Kappa Mu's Woman of the Year, 'them and from that ; BSD* CHOICE
was Sharon Wilson and Woman of the "Dream Makers"
Year from Xi Iota Delta was Debbie that each dream was t'iSirloifl :
Ratliff. All four ladies received a pin fashion or another. :279
for their contributions, to their humerous skit
chapters during the past year. entire group and Steak. . lb
Keystone chapters officers of the Pi highlight of the
Psi chapter installed were Julie Car- Before the ladies
; Linda Jo Mobley vice for the evening,
President; Laura Dean treasurer; for door prizes. "
Julie Bruey recording secretary; went home with a ...
Rhonda: ry-and; ;Admas.. Carol.correspondingecret 'Maitgua. att a>f it"basket.,"-us. Laurie They, : I r n. ; (I"Bon'.' ,:lltj7 uSI i 299.
sion officer.XI 'Rose Smith
Kappa Mu officers are Susan 'Wilson and Julie. h'E
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the driver and passenger face afterthe trooper observed a beer can
several charges stemming from their being tossed from the car.The driver
vehicle being stopped after a beer can who tried to switch places with the
was thrown from the window. passenger, was highly intoxicated,
Delbert Henry Bishop, 22, of his blood alcohol content was .17 per-
Jacksonville was arrested May 19 and cent and he started beating on the
charged with driving under the influence hood of the patrol car, according to
driving while license Williams.The .
suspended, restating arrest without passenger would not cooperate
violence and possession of less than 20 kept using cursive language and
y, grams of cannibus, according to threaten the trooper, causing his arrest
Trooper B. A. Williams A search of the vehicle revealed
Also arrested was his passenger the marijuana, according to
Jerry Kevin Bishop, 19, of Orange Williams. '
Park who was charged with disorderly Total bond for the charges was set .
intoxication, resisting arrest at $800 for Jerry Kevin Bishop who
without violence and possession of was released on his own
less than 20 grams of cannibus., !paid: .recognizance Bond was set at $1,250for
1irr Williams. Delbert Henry Bishop who was
The vehicle was stopped on SR16one released May 24' on his own
mile east of Starke at 1:03: p.m. recognizance. ,

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j b ting June 5 at 7 p.m. This$ course is fancy. Hopefully this information will

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r" : "f. nutrition during pregnancy office{ ,t964-6280ixti284.7 Y 4 '," ., '. ..1 i,, rtx ( .,' .

\:: i fli Three-Vehicle Accident,Causes Minor' Injuries... '

('( I A 1979 Mack truck pulling a load of logs failed to stop ment at the scene, said Chapman. ,"* ''
S;I' in time, striking two vehicles at the traffic signal on The log truck, driven by Willie Dave Mack of CUISEOIIT. on III 1884 ,
I;' SR-16 and US-301 May 22. Chlefland. received $100 damage. A 1978 Plymouth, :
; Only minor Injuries were reported In the accident, according driven by RIchard'R. Lamb of Ft. Lauderdale, received', i;
to Emergency Services Director Cliff Chapman.A $600 damage. Damage to the second vehicle struck,'*'\"i? .
; passenger In one of the can Addle Gunter was later 1983 Qldsmobile. driven Richard Eugene Jernigan of;': DOUBLEWIDES
: .transported! to Bradford Hospital after refusing treat- Starke, was $300 according to Captain Scotty Rhoden, :"\'

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County KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CLASSIFIEDADVIRTifINOI'hould'. !: N t If ':"' CARPENTER : Remodeling, : work, SHALLOW AND DEEM WELL PUMPSi PVC: $ ? |:d"lladoc. "
REALTY.REALTOR I misted ta the lake Region M ; kitchen WpBKi. and trim pipes and ''fittings Water softeners, M. (3 private beoeh; 2BR 2Bath; '
Rental Property Available1 1 flee |1ft writing af'd paid In'mlt Reasonable cabinet Call 473.40t8aft.carpentry. Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts. Large 'landscaped lot Separate
ZONED COMMERCIAL, On HWY 21 In unless credit I I. .already '' prices. 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg 2-carpart 4"d 2-room ", lIlIy. Excellent 'i
Key.ton..38R. Bath home, $400/mo. with this office.. ;" r f 5:30 p.m. 1/3 tfnchg AT PACK RAT BUY SELL, TRADE: condition. low 40/n ,,473-2368.= Stpa*
Ads MONITOR STAFF CANNOT IEHnP:, CARPET AND. Free, VINYli estimates.repairs Ten and Installations. locoted 2 blks n. of red light, HWY 21. 3724-6/7 j ; > i I
:2BX: CO"AGI' LAKE .'.BROOKLYN ''RESPONSiBLE FOR MISTAKESIN Call 473-4217 and ask year for* 0PN. Wed.Sot.' 9-6.' Featuring) "WHITIHlgh f"L4D LAWiat Keystone "'I

weekly $200 plus refundable $SO.clnlng'depo.lt. ,, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKIQVEt! experience..'5/17 '. Glassware, old ,jewelry' household (*. luilder-Owrfeif'! ,, .' on t I"
j 'THE TELEPHONE. .'' I ;!, : JfI HANDYMANt Cral, tfnchg'All kinds of home repairs" goods, china. furniture, miscel Items, beaupfylgdmercx a,::rej 3BR, JBolh.;Greotroom y i'
I I I Classified deadline. isITV I : *'doy'Jn, pal and needs. 4732183.( 5/17itfnchg >.rrf,' stan fireplace! 2-car Lv
mobllehome repairs fix-up
HELP WANTED 1BR.1BATH. CB home, Loki Santa Fe, : prior to Thursday pu61l4ailon41'/rr('k f lob tool{ small. Minor plumbing AMWAY PRQDUCTSI cat) to place your garage], i workshop! decM MUST SEC?)
with dock, fenced yard : No: pet !I' Minimumchage is I 13 word;; hft,7Sf repairs.No Cleaning service Light haul orders Need extra Income? (:011". for TO'' BELIEVE. dreamhauW.! Jy Owner. -

GOVERNMENT JOBS Thousand of $400/mo. Call: then 10 cent for each word thereafter? ing. Call Jim..473-3671 day or evening. details 473,3671 .5/lOHnchg 1-389-7127l4tcha'/24; >o/14 r.,'."1' 'r.''; .
be filled KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. yia:r :; ;.t/!.tI '< '5/11tfnchg. GAS STOVE, $75; GE Refrldgerator, MELROSB AREA '...CIAY\c.oYNTy.Jnergy' .. '
vacancies Immediately.
S $17,634 to mutt 50112. Call 714.842-600O, Realtor,47J-4M1 I r ;j** l lI CARPINTRY IA4ASONRY WORKi Patios, $93| large, bathroom Ink, vanity efficient !homes. Complete, ready\toTIRESHLE !

Ext. 35625 2-pd 5/31-6-7 5/10 tfnchg I I j LOST/FOUND 'f!. additions, remodeling homes, and tile' camp. $75'' ; ,Mlic' Items.. Call .73.2252.. movt1!' Icy at,$39,95p.. ;r.r. arranged, '.
QUIET, CLEAN. COMFORTABLE 2BR Itpd 531BLUEBERRIES Phone 47-30Q9 at ..413. 187 to''seeInfidel. :
PROCESS MAIL AT HOWl I $75.00 per 2Bath house LOST GOLDEN COCKIR $SPANIEL' rbet-' work;. Free estimates. 473-4473 before .. tfnch.. '' I ", ';' :t
Part full In Keystone Club Estates.CHAC : 5 3/17 Mnchg.DAY U-pIck 70 cents a pound'We'pick ; f!!'/31 'I' ry r/t; e.. ..' .
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No Experience Detail-send or weatherlzed porch l_.. Call I :' wan Smith lake Grocery and county p.m.AND SUMMERCAR..ln home. $1 pound W.H.. Dukes, GranJ ',i., I. / r. '" .,. ; ,,.J ', "
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r .addressed 481-3109 5/17 tfnchg dump female, lust| had kurgery and! I tstill i Close to Keystone school ,, Call din. 6392233. 2tpd 5/31.6/7 t II' '. .". .. ,& ,
stamped envelope to ha. stltlches. Almost 'blind" GRAND PANO| $7,800, Synthesiser I ; I, "j I :II. I., > .<\. :
C.R./I. 6092, P.O. box 3149 Fl33495.4pd : 473.7529.4tchg 3/10-31 Want ; f .
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PANELLED OFFICE, ft Reward!. 475.2108 $1
5/17-6/7 work 473262'home. 4. YARD MOWING Book'' now for summer ,200; Speakers and Amp $723| Pro Ads Ge sulfS ,
Available Jun. 15. Parking SR-21 In / Itchg 5/31 '. :' 'I'i} :1l I I'I month I ahead Call 4737824. 4tchg fesslonal music for all oFCOsions.659x267 .:11" I r '. \ '
Keystone shops. 473.7707.: 3/17 tfn ,i I I l ,. 3/17-6/7 ?. |hchg; 5/31 ", ,I. II ,.1 : I. .1 i J,J"t'W, .., .. :
OFFICI SPACIi Suitable for medical of- I 'HELP WANTED <;; !': JIM Home Cleaning Service.Free ..
JOY'S : '
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HELP WANTED flee*. Available Jun. 13. Parking SR.21rf : .f ,, : .. estimates. Call 328.1371 or I" ) ,- '((1//. !I' I ; l n. tq( ,B".r..; ,

Waitresses, cooks, Keystone shop, 473-7707. 5/17 tfn :\ ( 'j" 377.9624.4tpd 3/17-6/7 : 'i I. J. ; ,: ,
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facility.' Must be experienced In i''
Frl.d Chicken of Stark WANTED phases of cosmetology. Oorl' Hole private home for a love one? W. : ."
provide lots of TLC In Dr's Private Country
Opening Soon I Clinic. Contact Lois Olsen, 47 : ;
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Home. :Call us. "We caret"!
Apply lighthouse Rest VACATION TIME Is your secretary taking

on 301 3/31 between 2 ft,. a vactlon toon or someone sick in .. ; t t .:! } Reasonable. 12820071. 4tchg
5 or call Hawthorn., the office? I will fill In for, you. Good ANONYMOUS 3/17-6/7 '
NOTARY PUBLIC 24 hoos.
481-3336 reference) Call 473-2898 after 330: ALCOHOLICS ; : Full service -
Weddings performed anywhere, title,
p.m. 5/4tfnchg meeting Monday 8 .
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WORK WANTED The Joe of all Trade, Inv.ntarl.Nltn..ed. Experienced
FOR RENT meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon, MonT} and reliable.:6592678. Itchg 5/31
big email ,
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day 8 p.m. All meetings ot Educational DO YOU WANT TO LOST WEIGHT and
etc. Call Joe at 473 7607 1 tpd 3/31
Building Community Church' 473-2790: gain energy'and financial health. Let
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR or"7s.2130.1/5tfnchg i'':: !. an R.N. tell you how. She' doing It I
RENTi Union County Times 150 Want Ads Get Results' OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS Nodu.i),: 473.7442.2tpd 3/31-6/7
Main Street Lok. Butler. Phon. fee or weigh In*. Open meeting
496.2261 for Information TFN 4/1 Tueiay's, 7:30 Community PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete ,? '
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AVAILABLE JUNE 15th. 3 Bdrm. IB", Steve Broadway Educational Building.. KeystonefHeights lawn 'care and maintenance.Commercial Ut Multi. Mile Glass Belted 78 if .
location. Heat air, : residential. .Free .
house In good 4732790. 1/5 tfnchg : ; !"l t or ,
carpet fenced backyard. $250 per TREE SERVICE I BINGOiAMERICAN LEGION HALL=",i Pas estimate*. ...."-2197 evening 3/17 Road Hazard Warranty P20575BJH' ; . .1. J. 31.88

month $100 deposit. Call 4962731evenings 202; SR-21 north. Keystone Helghtsy' ; P16580D13 . 24.88 P21575BIIS, . ,' 33.88

( ). *. Removal Saturday Bingo 7.30 p.m. Public. ; mylted. -1 LAND FOR SALE P185 75D 14 . 28.88 P22,575Bl5P21(575B14 :!' .. ..,36.88 T !

ALL ELECTRIC MOBILE lot HOME between 2 bdrm Starke 2 'Trimming 3/31 tfnchg I'I I I ( ) . 33.88 P235 758.15);! ) ... ... ', .,: ?i'38.88 _
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and lake Butler call 4962842. 1-chg Stump I ;
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Firewood MOBILE HOMES Alligator Creek One acre plus. 6950. Mile Radials XL : '

YARD SALE Free Estimat FOR SALE, i j' Will after consider 6 p.m. 1.466.3967.3tchg second mortgag.5/24/1 Call P155 80R J3\ 32.88 P21575R 'SIS'' '' .1.43.88,

473-4732 PI 85 80R 13 35.88'P22575RS.! .. 45.88
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POURCH SALE- Saturday Jun. 2. After 5 P.M. NEW 14 lake WIDE.2 mobile BR. I home Both,on j by owner,. YARD SALE PI 95 75R 14 37.88 P235 75R J 5 :. . .' ', : 46.88

Household Items- some clothes. Southof $29,900. Phone 473-2232 Itpd 5/31,1: ': ,{!;' ,
Lake Butler on SR 231 call 4963107. Keystone Heights : Friday Sot., and Sunday Orchid and Brake SpecialAlignment
1-chg Licensed 6 ; I Jasmine by school across from bike Front End CHARGE'EM .
& Insured track lost of dishes, pans, clothes, RllirUo* tram* RtrlaolMsss .

INSURANCE S U its C ribs ; ; costume) ewelry.( collectors Item, Foreign Car Serrlo.I.Feir Skies'er Pads
'i, stereo phone, radio combo, 2-double .
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TodaylLake beds,..single bed, loveseat and chair. 512.9 VISA 79 s
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MAINES, INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. 'J Table and chairs antique stove, brass Most Cart I Truck L=. ,I.
lake Av.nu., Lake Butler 4963978. Area bird cage Avon Item, ashtrays, silver? KaslCirttTme.iGORBETT'S :
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Complete Insurance Service TFN. MISS AN' NORMAN ware, lamps, linen drapes and shoes. ,

REAL ESTATE I Imported Auto Service CONTRACTING' PARK 473.3719 OF THI Itpd PALMS-5/31 Friday and Sotur, TIRES &. SERVICEUS ,

Factory Trained Mechanics All Work Guaranteed 'Roof Rpatr day, 9 a.m. -4 p.m.; Furniture and misc. ; .
X > 47S.I 2.Hwy.24-Melroie I Items. Itpd 5/31 301 Temple Avenge. Slarlle' '
lOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI OP PROPERTY r Wmeraency Service Mobile Phone 475-4450 ft CleaningCalU73 :. SAT. JUNE 2 9 a.m. One Pleasant Point I
? If I don't have It, I'll find Itlustoak *C J Work Financing. (Formerly Starke Fires.onp) 954-0433
Tune-Up 'to Major Engine, >7824 Rood off Immokolee., Lake Brooklyn, ,
JANE S. USHER REALTOR. .

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DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK TRAILER AND .ACllLor In good con PICKLES BY MARBAi Avail. Jun. '4 AXLES TIKSi; Two axle* and four tire s.1'

Package deal; well drilled water dltlon. Fencen-ln backyard. Well through Jun. 8 at Gainesville Sun office Highest!price paid., Greens Welding
pump, n.w.. Installation of septic Starke Ads. pump and septic tank already down\;. 'In Starke, 408 S. Walnut St. Jtpi J SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy ShocvdfM; th"tat.FL.' : '
tanks, drain fields and lift .stations .- Call after 5. 375.1860.5/24 4tchg 614PtiCAt S31rESTDdGN 'borUSYv1g4 301 N. Starke. 964-4414 or 964-4778.. 11Oldnehg''T: .

Mobile home pole.available,. All work "'"'' ...' I ,. ; STORM,...CELLAR SK 4. I0Displayed I 4 WASHER. 11$0,.o, Cgmeeut and check out the borgnlni.! Axuslittlos"M, nk6tjMn J a IIn'.,,"
guaranteed call "Tommy Dorman' .n.FORSALE" f ,! / at DeKafb/ Concrete;; Products, .fbe t offer typewriter desk, $65 or be.. Talk to vyaJipf( jfBudJAIvijuefcfpr j a great Mobile i Home..Sale*.* Call 964-9 ..
275.2151. UFN 9/1 In Green Cove Spring. ((904)) 284-3643.. offer; 3pc. sofa $150 or best offer.. deal. For .more information, call Roy 10/13 tfn : : ':iROOMMATk
CUSTOM MADE Valance and 5/24 2tchg 5/31 king bed best Wells. 964 5764; after 5 PM 964-5251. 'WANTRDti'Ci.on
Draprles, SIDE BY SIDI FROST FREE &: $50 or offer; chest" c', 2
Spread call 496.2219 or 496-3143 for REFRIGERATOR Heavy 'Duty 32 FT. BUSt Gas elec, refrlg.. stainless of-drawer, ", .d. si. $75 or best offer 4/26 tin bedroom house furnished; $123 plus
FREE Estimates. S and W Enterprise dishwasher and colt. Call steel sinks, full bath roof air, .stove 1974 outboard Evlnrude 23 hp A-l i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. ACROSS FROM utilities./ ,523 W. Madison St. 964-5073''
mare
UFN 929NETTLES 9644004. 4/05 tinCOMMERCIAL needs work. $1800 or will .trade for ,[ cond.. $550 or best offer; fishing boa t LAKEiZ bedroom mobile home. $79.95 Vernon Potter. Itpd 5/3\ ,
TREE SERVICE Tree removal and anything of, equal value 9646O20.Itchg ;, w/troller best offer 14ft. Tri-hul!I or $99.95 per mo. Must remain in park WANTED-GOLD. SILVER. DIAMONDS

pruning. Also firewood, oak and pine PROPERTY 5/31 i boat w/troller.' best I offer; 14ft. Spill'' Until half paid $100 down. Adults Highest price paid. Call! 9644238.,
for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 496-3623. TWO SEAL POINT SIAMESE KITTENS' \ windshield fishing boot w/trailer, best,i preferred. 473-2946 or 3734792. 5/24 Itchg 3/31 : .

ufn 12/22 RENT/LEASE Very loving with papers.. $SO each.' ,. Offer. 964.6691, Itpd 5/31 2tpd 5/31 MATURE MAN WOULD UK* A LIVE-IN
LAWN MOWING SERVICE We will mow 4737104. Itpd 3/31 I i,I' COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Storks S 12x52, 2 BEDROOM I BATH Mobile COMPANION : to share* home 'and
any size lawn whether It I I. large or WAREHOUSE 20x30 and 40x30 from FRESH VEGETABLES Goad variety. Call Truck Stop couth of Stork. 9648212. Home. Good condition 4300. 10x55, housework.: 1313 W.,Madison St. Itchg
small. Any where In Bradford or Union Jim Faulkner, 1 p.m. to .3 p.m.. and ., 11/24 tfnRABBITS 3-bedroom. 1 bath $3.000 firm. Han. 5/31'' ,
$150 2 blocks behind Garden
Counties or adjoining areas. Phone p.r mo. evenings, 7-9. 964-6534. Itpd $/31 For.pet or meat. LawrenceIJ dyman Special: 10x55 S700.; 12x52 2 :
485.1861 or send us a card to G.org.L. Restaurant. Also fenced storage for EXERCISE BICYCLE Speed-o-meter, Meng. 6 ml. 301 South. 4681913. tfn BR, 1 BA, $3.800 Firm 473.2083 or ",
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Hoyt and son P.O. Box 116 Brooker Fl camper, boat etc. 4734728. 5/10 4tpd odometer tension adjustment pedal MOBllI' HOME SUPPLIES Window C 473:23": Itchg 5/31 utrleup ..rlydIleelLONGCH4iP,! 1'".

32622. 4-pd 5103184WILL SALE straps, excellent condition. Almostnew door*,' plumbing and elec. supplies: '
HOMES FOR
DO ODD JOBS Painting yard work also 2.arm'or ankle :2poundweights. i};: also furniture. ,BARGAIN CENTER I
add jobs etc.. Call A.F.Lowe 4962830. Priced for quick sale ot $53. mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn HOMES ,
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4-pd 5/10.31/84 FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA FEt 2 Phone 964.7509. Itchg 3/31 46 FAIMANE>!289 engine, good work ___ .
BR. 1 BA. $29,300. Any reasonable offer WALKER DEER DOGSs 2 males, 1 female;; I car $500, also pea for sale. !Black \, .' .
FOR SALEFOR will be considered. 964.5010.3/Oil 2 year old. All $250. ONE COLEMAN Eyes,. Purple Hull Crowders ,Wor- IOW40' INC., ,
PRESIDENTIAL II lP Gas Heater, for thmore Crowder*,and Zipper Cream. .. 20W 50 ,,' ,
BRICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 ft: i'
sqq Low J Sfor w;
mobile home. Stands In wall for floor : florldo I
i Expecting Black Eye In 2 week from .....
SELL OR TRADE 154 CHEVY PICKUPlike down payment. Owner financed 10X I 40 vr +' 'jI\\
Int. 473.3454.3/29 tfn ducts 6 mths. old."$150. Call 964-68221 now, ,with the other following cia... "t *3 Bedroom Brick Vn.r Hom*>* '

new must see 5/31 to appreciate. Call OWNER FINANCED 3 BR fully carpeted. Itchg 531BUCKSKIN : (.: Please call 964-3986 for more Inforrnoj 'Ii. Both; ,CH/A; Carport; Utility Room
496.2308.I-chg MARE 7 old. Good barrel : ,'
yrs lion;$5.00 U-PIck, Return crates South
CH&A. CB, FR j h'. .
w/flreplace ;
AND! FOR SALE 3-acres road front property Ig screened $500.964.7725.'ltpd 5/31 1)991' ;
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prospect. lake.
Route
porch w/ceramlc tiled Sampson 4, Box Y'l .
eating ,
with well area On Lot
and culvert. South on WO CUSTOM DELUXI COACH TRAVELTRAILERt 1206.Itpd 5/31. .. ;
121. Phon. 496-2712 or 4311933. 1- kitchen appliance, fenced backyard 32 ft. For 'Information. J : '
more
land. QUEEN
BED Complete velvet headf
MOBILE HOME 12 643 I forage bldg., corner lot In nice -, Javar. Starling i At;
x BDRM 1/2 BH neighborhood.. 1021 W. Pratt St. call 9647830. 5/312tchg 6/07 1 board 2 night stands, real nice $130 :
Central air, 5000. Powell' 496-3377. *
RYi GRASS HAY Large boles no weeds: Call 182-3419.762-3666.' Itchg 531HElICO"1
964.8073.4/26 tfn
1-pd 531AVACADO WHIRLPOOL UPRIGHT FOUR BEDROOM Den large'living$ room Highly fertilised. $2.SO per bale, .1 it RC, SCHlUTERi Superior, S & w $33,800;:: :.
964-7789. Itpd 5/31 J
aerobatlc flown. .
and dining room. Kitchen has,,eat-In \ never Extras, .
FREEZER Citation refrigerator both bor. Newly remodeled the both If CUBIC FOOT Gl REFRIGERATOR %/-6931. $500. 5/312tchg 6/07 Discount Parts *. DUferenf Plan*of Financing. g
good condition. Call 496-2628. 1 new
-chg Frostless.; Almond color. After 5, call I DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN HOUSE Property *Interest SjerHM)at 4% to UK '
5/31 carpet and ready to move In; Nice t...Location:. !
964-7807. 5/31
MONARK ALUMINUM BASS BOAT 3 hp. shaded fenced lot. Priced right. SUMCO. RIDING Itchg$SADDLE look brand Sold. Big Going Out Of Business Sale ,2M1.N.OnUS301. AisohavefoNEAclegeFoyS.J.. \ .
$33.300. Call 462-3998 after 5. 5/17 for the Month of June. Everything Loa. :'2
Sea $300. Als13 I
King motor ft. .
new. :,Only a lew time used., $250. r 964685ERA5
fiberglass boat 40 hp Johnson electric 4 tod 6/07 I 964-7312 ask for Montei. 0-w; MUST Go. Bargains Galore!. Good. 964-4126. '. ...
or .
3 BR. 1 BAs Den 964-6303 Selection itch: 5/31 ,
start $500. Call 496-2842. l-chg 3/31 fireplace, stove, dry.r.w.t HORSES > ., t'
bar total 1750 feet FOR $AU. AQHA yearlings, 1B LlMEROCK'ALES. "
heated ADFOtD
LAND FOR SALE I acre land at WhisperIng sq. 782.317. "

$3.500 Pines cash 10 431.1933.1-chp minutes from 5/31.Raiford 6/07 space. 535500. 964.7552..5/11: 4lpd colorful broodmare Appaloosa, and 2-yr.filly.old greenbroke 9643078, lawtey. 2/23: tfr\ > Real Estate can H: ; >.

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COUNTRY HOME WITH POOL ft deeded Itchq 3/31 k

Nettles Lilly Lake access. 3 BR. 2 BA family I protect you from major unexpected t,,
room fireplace, separate) kitchen. '

Tree $3,300 located down on 2V4 no acre closing in South cost to Clay buyer.Ca. Subscribe Today. Under ConstructionS repair bills when I yoq 'buy a home. : '

$73.000. Broker/Owner, Available In Jun.Our
475-1497 or : .... t .

Service '378-6663.5/244tchg6/U _' -- popular split three bedroom, two bath .' frhe, fast'thing yoj( want to'. 'i .tI\
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BRADFORD, 1320: so,.'' ft. .area'' with ,
*Tree Removal living' garage. Many
"NEW"Immediate .. about wh you've' Just i' %
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desirable worry t .
,, feature. efficient
COUNTY Including
'Pruning D.mo..lngFIREWOOD energy bought d home I Is Unexpectedunb3dgeCed / *
Occupancy feature ,
dining room/breakfast nook, deck
TELEGRAPH < '
'IR.2IA"LShaped bias) 'The ERA aPuyer
I repair
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and paved driveway Situated on a landscaped f
Oak ft Pine
*Free LID Room. 964-6305. 1/3 acre lot, 2 block from the clubhouse at theGolf !: Protection Plan can cover j jf
D.llv.rylic.n.ed '
Highlighted. by Stone J Course. err 'you against those cpst on 11 > t

ft Work Insured ">l.ft Catfi. Cell. Building Sifts.'J.t. ,. .. /najpr' working cbrnpanents< : (In'f;
Quality .. '
L 1 "foVrl'f'Jevoi home.; ..\ w.
Thomas D. Ntti.s VA644,1 VA.'H-Conv.TenorWILDER FLORILANDREALTY *ALl CLOSE TO' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS GOLF '*. .THis year ERA wifl pay out *. *

Owner 4'o382314x60 '' COURSE!, CHURCHES AND IN THE KEYSTONE i-millions! (fn claims oh hangs like; ty;

'MENANDWOMEN .HEIGHTS xcsllentterms APPROVED, 1 low SCHOOL 10X Interest.AREA.'.All SPECIAL with ;; .I.I fault))furnaces and.Water '
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heaters..", w
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1762TRAIN ,964-77CO: "Silver Ridge Indian lake Wood t' > : ', ,,,SorneUrniUtiopj' and condi fttion4'apply. '
NOW FOR MOC ..See your ERA Real 4 "
393)) H'Templ. Ave; Paradise View Oaks'Ksysson .. f
Keystone
$149 CIVIL SERVICE Veml.'P. Odom/Broker: .Club Estate ,.,' .., ln ." 1tr:;::"" .. .. ,Sita; ((? Special''?! to review aid/$ ..
EXAMS GRI Geneva Woods Liv.Oak Estate E' .8' mI. : :;0: copy of,Jh..* service,,contract I lift",j
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me. your best prptection! against,,Iyy;,.
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No High School Necessary *Also mobIl.home :2Vi acre estate on paved -
Position 5peclo. road. From J300 and surprises! oil'( : /,
Start A* Hlgr) As down $60. d month ."4'f"
,!1O-21 HOUR .3 BR. I BA CHA Nice Commercial' Lot ; ;" ,' ,
30000. ijl jt 0\.
e P'ST OrriCS CLERICAL area. And A Faw Golf Course Loft'Jack'Cturtnay i { I
MECHANICS e INSPECTORS .4 BR-Good ,floor pi on.IC" { i I II

2 BR -. 2 BATH I PneNTJOS" WHILe $21,500MMMNO ".......... ), ., ,.I'I.. ,j
AT HOMe .
rot LAWSON BLDGl Call for I .\
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Uncle Roy'sMobie' Write a Include PHone No. TOt111 Ac.. Graham Good : y .( ,1't\ \ '.., % I
National Training Hunting area.2Vi & Assosliwsr' !Inc. n.I t:' 'l, .L' 't ,\ ::
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Ms.'With 20QT,. on .; : c .J\ '; Service, I Inc. Rdr Zoned trailer. Reaper' ;mP.rr> Bujtoer'A uAMORr.Aey; ,> rVKB : ) :
Homes County i i.O ;,j 0' ; l ) .::. .I INC,
c/o Golf Cowr Uc. -,
Bradford Co.. Good Building AcrooQeTelegraph the, rr _0. q I", . 1ete4.r1'THThS .
Green fav Country Club Area ). ,at- I M KfDJJgrio. Hats., .Ft ..r1: ;" .1., \; \. $ :1-:1': .' /, .
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P.O. 3 Ac-476' on 301 South. ... .... llallclt. .\' '. '
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Want to go In Butine? !Wrife.r a*,.;Wormattor*, 964; ;
Stark., Fl,32091, .:3 Bldg.-ps, .f one Rent '," ...-Altlasar. 1.}: :: L. '. '
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tubmltted 1978 DODGE OMNIi AC AT PS. Special Insurance for
to the Bradford gas mileage. Call after 6 good EXPERIENCED PAINTERS Neat Work; : I Interior MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK Mobile Home Parks
County .
Telegraph office In writing and paid In 9645876. 5/24 3tpd 6/07 p.m. or exterior. Free estimates Mobil. homes and spaces for rent **All types of home

advance "I'll... credit l I. already '81 VW RABBIT CONVERTIBLE Excellentcondition Reasonable rates, with, good Recreational vehicles welcome Phone owners policies for
r.f.r.nc..Call 964 9177. 1/09 tin
$7500. r 468.2912. 9/16 tfn 'rwiilega'
established with hit office. Call 964-6020. Itchg mobile homes
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All MOBILE HOMES FOR
THI TELEGRAPH. STAFF 5/31 RENTS On. mile fcv-
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR'MISTAKES CANNOT Bl IN 81 DODGE DIPLOMAT Air, pow.t..r. makes cleaned. oiled and adjusted| from Starke city limits Clean. Hwy. 16 Call I for Quote *

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Ing AMFMt.r.o, tape player. 6 cyl.engine $15. Work guaranteed James W. Call 468.1323.10/07 tfn. Olin's Mobile REALTleicsuA
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and CLEAN MOBILE
THE TELEPHONE Clean low mileage. HOMES for rent On
$9,000
best offer or Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn Hwy. 16 W. Close to Coll Home Sales
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY. Must sell by Monday Free prison Y
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed 4681323. 10/07 .
tfn.
9648699.
NOON prior to Thursday publication. Itchg 5/31 Co.Owner Elaine I M. PHONE 964777620N
estimates Handy-Man Fence STUDIO APARTMENTi Olin. Agent
3
19 CAMAROi Weekly monthly
Minimum IS words for Grey; 8 cylinder
charge $2.79 ; 18,000 .
Reddish 964 8S39.!! 3/29 .
Tommy ; rats Palms
miles. Take Apartments, 2314 N. Temple Temple
964-5606 -
th.n 10 cent for each word thereoftor. over payments 8 a.m. to Sp.m. lERWILLtCAR ;
.. call 964.6881; after 5 call Hn Ave 7/281fn, Stars(. ...,H I+
468-2487. Itpd 9/31 MACHINE QUILTINGt Crib to King size NICE ROOM wlh) private bath. 964.6035. ... .. ..' .. '.
YARD SALE' 74 FORD PICKUPS. Also have quilts for sale, assorted 12/22 tinBRIGHT .
Good motor Fair .. -Speclal-!
sizes and Hlldebrand; }
boCIy. $600. 964.6365. designs. Betty SUNNY, ROOM with bath. Opposite r r -
77 CHCVCTTIi i..i.ii Good JT : 1tchg 5/31 964.8122.5103 9tchg 5/31 ::: Starke Post Office: Ask for Mrs. Don't Bo AStatistic *GREAT COMMERCIAL' OPPORTUNITY

FOUR FAMILY YARD SALEt 'Saturday.. miles. $1400. Coll 964-4999.condition Itpd 5/31 low LAWN MOWING SERVICE We will mow Lyons. Must see to appreciate. Affordable 250' on US 301 x. 1201. Joins old Gulf station
9:00: a.n.'to 6:00 OronoodApt. size lawn whether It is large or .
p.m. IS IT TRUE YOU any rates
CAN BUY : 301 & SR.16.
.. Household and ,baby Items through the U.S. Government JEEPS FOR $44 small. Anywhere In Bradford or Union LIKE NEW 3 BR, 1 BA CB HOME with 2.6 41,000 Chimney Fires last on ButUit corner In
Cloth.; Mary Kay'3A. Price. Mpd 5/31 facts todayl! Call ? Get the counties or adjoining areas. Phone acres. On Grlffls Loop. Starke, Year $9 million damage to town I I.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2; Yard Sal. 301 609.5/31 EOW 7/12((312)) 742-1143 ".t. 489-1861 or send us a card to George S300.$325/mo. 9645445. S/03 tin homeowners. Don't let this. ............ ,

South next to Do-Drop-In Bargain TOYOTA STATION WAGONS Hoyt Son P.O. Box 116 Brooker," FL ROOM FOR RENT BY THI MONTHS happen to }you.Eftlmates DISTINCTIVE LIVING In enfoyable Architect
House. Bio three family Spring Cleaning 1976. AC. 32622. S/1041pd 5/31 V' Call 9o4-B273: surroundings.
AM/FM W/SwImming pool. Mold service,
8-track speed Tom ..
Sale. lot* of new and used mer Must sell. 27 MPG. CHILD CARE IN A SAFE?HAPPY. HOMES linens Included.Restaurant and lounge ,I AM.ill 9PMMonaay Tonnerear .Igned.thl..hGndlOme,
,chandl...'Blk.., mowers, dishes, furniture Excellent condition: 2000. Convenient to those going to on premises Utilities Included. .Saturday' 2-story, cedar contemp. home .at Country ,Club
all Kinds of odds, and ends, 7823660. 5/31'2pd! 607MOTORCYCLES Gainesville from Stark. and viseversa. $300/mo.,Free parking. Econo Lodge of 2184 iq. ft.'on lots. Bald Insul. Fireplace, Only.

Itchg 531ACROSS 4681420. 3/24 4tpd 6/14 Slarke, 964.7600.5/03 tfn Chlmn.BlanksMtihlp Sw_" yrs old. SP $175,000 mtg. 73.000 at E4".
FROM MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST LAWN NEED.MOWING Phone 964-41 16. 2 BR MOBIL HQMEi AC new carpet. .COUNTRY.CLUB UVING AT ITS BEST-Pr tty view
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CHURCHi Baby cloth.. etc. Saturday Itpd 9/31 v : Grlffls Loop'on private land. Furn/un- facing Mi hole. Exquisitely furnished. Per the plant

Jun. 2. Itpd 5/31 79 SO 750i loaded, $1295 '81 GS 250 JERRY'S ELECTRICAL Reasonable price!. turn. 468-2374 after 6 p.m. 1 ft rig 5/31: )lover, your'!own greenhouse. Excellent terms A
FIVE FAMILY SALEt Sat.. Jun. 2. 8 tll Sp.m. $793; 72 GT-730. exc, cond.; $850, 1980 Free ...lImat... 24-Hr. Service... NICI ROOMY FURNISHED ,APARTMENT. : greet place to stay I play. 72000. .
127. N. Water St.. back of Pest Lambretta scooter $995. CURLES 4681119. Hampton. Itchg 5/31' First floor, '$150'mth., $75 security t't THE .SI.00G.OOO'VIEW FOR $16SOOOi Truly magnificent
Control. Clothes, flowers'and lots of CYCLES. Hwy. 301 S. 9646020. Itchg BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpeningservices deposit No p.tl.964-8071.: ttchg 5/31 t 'OFFICE residence 207 on little Lok. Santa ,.. 3 BR, 3 'A
misc. Items. Cancel rain. Itpd S/31 S/31 circular hand carbide, chain. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ACROSS FROM SHOP BA. 3,000 Sq. Ft.Built In 1979.LAKE .
YARD/ SALE .FRIDAY AND SATURDAYS 1975 YAMAHA 650 New ,mower' blade hollow; ( ground: and LAKE bedroom mobile home. Furnished now.c.a0. .
tires, chain
BROOKLYN white
Jun. 1.2; 9-S. Clothes, furniture, quilts balanced leave at Jackson Building or unfurnished. SISO/mo. 100 sugar .sand beech
battery. $600. Cash Edwin Vlckerv, ( 964-S764 Ideal for leisure ) ....
,< misc.Items. 805 N. Westmoreland St. 964-6123. 5/31 Supply In Stark., Keystone Heights, or "73.2946,5/2" 2tpd 5/31 living. "7.000 w/mtg of 121.
,off Pratt St. Itpd 5/31 2tpd 6/07 Lake Butler TFNchg ,.,-. ,4 NICE CLEAN 3 BR HOUSEt No pets. If THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE

GARAGE SALEt South on US 301.Lonlchamp' LAND FOR SALETEN GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, $300/month. 9647047.5/24 2tchg 5/31 .Roomy 3 IR. 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac,At Country Club.
Homes '$ID I ,(D..rwood etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY And One Room .904 RAIFORD ROADS Comfortable, 3 I,. BR1*. 2 full

,S/D)..Sat., .June 2, '.4. Follow signs. 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Efficiency, Underwood Motel. All baths,.Enc.! garage, scrn'd porch fanc'd bkyerd. CB''
Itchg 3/31, ;i "' 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant GroveRd. Butler 496-3079,. ,and Keystone utilities furnished 3 mi. It, of Starka or* HELP WANTED storage bldg. Pov'd driveway. Nicely landscaped. ,
SATURDAY JUNI",2r|;, 9:00 til ?? Fur. $3.993. $400 down, $70 a month. Heights' ..73..973.2/26 tfn ,M 301. Itchg 5/31 ,1.' 'METICULOUS DESIGN t CONSTRUCTION Brand
., clothing, and many oth.r Items. Call 9645606. 9/15 tfn ,; FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS ," DOUBLEWIDS'MOBILE HOMES :3 BR;;: unfurnished We have employment op.I" newVA, FHA ft Conv.terms. 3 BR. 2 BA w/cathedrol
Three. air conditioners; canning tars| 10 THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR.227-Brooker 144 West Call St. '".7:103: :Euclid. l.'Street; $250 mth... portunities' and tore' now cellng. fireplace, skylight fa... $54.500.
cents each.. 610 Alton Rd. Starke. Itpd Rd. $2.995.$300 down $55 a month. Open Tues..Frf.9III S:30 .'._ flr.tanc:4'Ja.:( required. Call 964.6848 taking applications for Immediate TO SEE "IT IS TO LOVE ITi Charming nearly new
5/31 '. '] ? : 961.5606.9/15 tfn : Sat. a 9 AM til 3PMAppts. .';">k weekdays. 9.5" S/3),2tdh0) 607NEWLY openings: brick' 3 BR 2 BA home on 1'/ Ac. Near Country Club.

THRER MILES WEST tOOt,Three family- ONE ACRE LOTS Facing' Forsyth Rd. ': Not Always Necessary ';t.' v I" REMODELED! V-BRsCenfralheat iCuttingandspreading. Great FR, fireplace. scrn'd porch. 1150 heated 5.P,
Friday A Saturday;94.Lots of odds and 3000. $400 down and $70 month. ,< '1/O7tfn, and air, Walled patio gff-.treet park cloth.
........ $6S.00G. Assum. mtg appr. "'..n.
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ends and cloth. Itchg 9/31 964 5606. 1/12 Hn ID ing. 964 8601. 3/31 tfn 2)) Maintenance In sewing .
SETTING Clean:S
FRIDAY-/i First brown.block house NEW DEVELOPMENTS' Approx. Vi ac. "' WANT TO DRINK J' ,>TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS! Furnished ;. and ,machine IEAUTIFUL,000NTRY yr.'Old'2BR
behind Cltgo service station 706 Mac. lots:Paved streets, central water. $100 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS lights Included Ih rertn\ $200 month mechanics.. 1'A BA CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac..
dn. WANT TO STOP?THAT'S OURS 1.. ", !HL M. 'WALNUT $Ti 3/2-S38.500.; .
Mahon St. Watch for signs. Itchg 5/3) $75/mtf. Owner financed. :$75 : .No,,pets and receiving
3)) Shipping :
FRIDAY ft. SATURDAYi. 8 til 71.West 100 473.3454.:3/29 tfn Alcoholics Anonymous" .. ,,.0'_ 964 lIo1'c.ur.'d1d.p- '' I 'SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM < KITCHEN 10 great ac.
post Olln's Sales. left Edwards Rood 6 ACRES fOR SAUl Subdivision In"' 964-4150 964.5434 9U-U94 2 BR, 1% BATH MOBILE HOMEt Unfur department. I w/home. Over 2,000 sq. ft. Oversized double

third house on left'.Itpd 9/31 Lawt.y. Asking 18000. Call 4963J24MISCELLANEOUS' nished. In.ldl"ork.\ .'City limits Call 4) Sewing. machineoperators. I garage A workshop dose to UC1 A "...
1-312-772-0107. 3/31 4tpd 6/21 964.6561 after 4 p.m. Itpd 5/31 IDEAL LIVING-QUIET STREET Mimosa On Attrec.tlve .
GOVERNMENT LAND-$1$An Acre Many', T APARTMENT AVAILABLE IN ONE WEEK* Steady work 40-plus brick' 2/2 wCHCAlDOUBIEWIDE :
lots available Build a Future! Call' ill,, 403 N. Wolnot St:$175 pel*month'.\ App, :' hours a week. Benefit MH ON IG. LOT'Whispering Pines
GIANT )t-(619)( ) 569.0968 for Info. :133tpd 1 .ij( t .' ly In person: 5/31 2tpd''6/07 package. Apply In person: | Estate. CH ft A. Part.lurn. $36.000.

'lfat'd'Safspd' 1,14, FREE KITTENS;' Litter' of four, 'plaVul/ ..;--1. OMtt> ;J.-BATHuF.rorit) and, .. \0 .. I!1 P9r"h HOMR ft '7.23 AC Nice 3 BR-Bethel Church Rd.
,, : ., yellow six-w.ek old kittens '{t..ed 1'1; : t a d' tar ",mpony. I $6.000 ft SKOOO; lot.'Hamptori Oak: T At.Plus Ea.XWHuee :
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gSW :\ T>.rsc>rt !St. Phi! 964'6906"SY21! RIIS tS' I' '" Equal I $14.000-3 BR frame home off Rd. 100-E.
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furnltur., Employer. No experience $16,000-CB Bldg. Hampton. Near PO. Own. fin,
Fr.. Want Ads Get' Subscribe:I necessary: will train.CIQy'Hill.Feed .
dishes..,cloths room Results, $17.CJCIO.1 00' Wall Lake frontage.Old Swisher prop.
,and ,board, salary In exchange for, .$18.000-3 BR Hampton 1500'. fenced 100x200 lot.
100 E to 100 A light domestic duties CPR required -- I .S25,000-Own. fin. Farmer Gulf sta. Zoned office.

Turn l left on SE "682619.19 tin .S25.410-CH4A. 1600 sq. ft. 3/1'/L, carpet.
Bth A"... HAIRSTYLISTSi' Male or Female, experienced .$27.000-90'' Lake Brooklyn cottage. Own. fin.
In and blow
cut styles.Apply I .
964-8545 $27 00-Comm.lots. Madison. Great locale.
at St..Family 964.7303.26 Hair Designers tfn 144 W. Call 1 00 Arilp. $15jinslet /OO Aitip $20 5095 SR-218 MlddUburg S29.100-1S Ac. Septic, barn, timber Own. fin.

FEDERAL. STATE t CIVIL SERVICE jobs < l.trtttllaimoA.II 282-1063 I .$S32,000-Duplex-new paint. Lake St. :2/1 ea.
vlf ith Mi I.$34.000-3 BR, I'/i BA. Carport Eastwood Dr.
BUSINESS now available In, your area. Call i o
1.619.569.8304 for Info. 24 hrs. 517'3tpd *i Waldo 44tVt: $? ( i-ui; >. time'teM&R : > d These Prices I | .SSB.IOO-CHftA-S/l'A. In country. Fireplace, deckS
OPPORTUNITIESOWN I Ac. circle drive,
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531MATURE 13.5% Steer . . .100 lb ..,$8.40 patio.
LADY to do housework and | J40.COO-11 Ac. Edwards Rd. Septic, welf. 3 bams.
YOUR,;OWN Jeans-Sportswear' babysit 2 or 3 hlaf days a week..Must ,, 10. % 'Sweetena.: . .50 lb ...$5.25 I S30.000-20 Ac. Prim. Bpt. Ch. Rd. wells,2 septlcs.I .

tessorlet Ladles Apparel., "argo.Slz.Combination store. National, Ac have own transportation to Bradford. PLASTERING. STUCCO& PAINTING 101010. .,. . . . .ton ,$15Z I -0.000-4 Ac. on 301 N. L.wt.y.Own-.

\brands:< Jordach. Chic Lee, L.vI.Vand.rbilt Union line. 964-9078. Itchg 531COR..ORATI Ammonia nitrate. . . .ton.$195roll.$24.95 $100,000-Ji Ac.'3301 301 frntg. Timber. Flnanc.
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Ixod. Gunn. Sax?Esprit, SECRETARY General FREE ESTIMATES Barbed Wire . . $120,000-40 Ac. off Rd. 235 (Whitehead RdJFIn.)
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secretarial with knowledge of,
| $145,000-14 Ac. tOff 301 frntg.
(Brlttonlo, Calvin Klein, S.rglo Valente, payroll and record keeping. Salary Field;Fence. . . ..roll.$69.95 We
Clalborne.,Members On. ; or.now orTerYng-
Evan Picon., hour
commensurate with ability In Phone:964-4138 24.. a data . ea1.95
ly, BUI Blots.. Organlcqlly Grown Apply 33'posts. . Appraisal' '4 Notary Serv/cesi
person at Vogue Manufacturing Co, Bahia. . . SO Ib..$29
Healthtex 300 others ,$7.900 to Henry McCMIan Carlos Rodriquez. Pensacola """" "
Inc., 710 S. Water St., Highway 100 '
S24.900 Inventory, airfare, training East. Starke. Florida. Itchg 931RECRUITERTRAINER I lAVtN OUTLAW M4-S47* 'V'N'NO'IIVINO CARx M/ M47IMI ,
fixtures, grand .opening .tc. Mr. National Com' r mACOONIY4.6413 TOMMYCNA3TAIN 5541719
loughlln ((612) 888-6393. Itpd 5/31 pony. 'Salary, expenses with fringe 1304-2 oc, w.ii.'j elect., ..po' I MAWNf SOOTH 4 .1647 MOWS WARD M4.7454

benefits. Car required. Some travel I tic, fenceposts In, ''Lowdown VACUUM | FA.YlMUtllNflili43 JOHN..NOJIO.D.: ...WAYNE JJtl DOUGLAS M4.15M'

BOATS Send resume: Welcome Wagon International good terms..
< P O. Box, 3277 Clearwater' PINE FOREST 1327-Brkk home (3 BR, 2 SALENEW I
Beach Fl 335150277. Itchg 5/31 BA 9.22 acres. please'
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14 FT FIBERGLASS. FISHING BOAT with make an offer I & USED'We Want Ads Get. Results
trailer. Best offer; 9646691.5/23 3tpd
332-Small block home on Finance Our Own jtorke:
APARTMENTS Lake Suffer: Keystone, Hgl*.
Corner lot 'In town. Excellent KIRBYS Calf Vlekl 473.2210 Call Phyllis
condition .and fur. Or Monte
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ERA 'Tiffin. ,& Owens. Inc... tools nlshed.S28.000.Including garden EUREKAS HOOVERS 496.2261 964.6305

'. 1-2',1, Bedroom Apts. All ACROSS AMERICA ELECTROLUX C & C KEEv..

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*EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS for rent $1..' month + tBS 3 Miles north of "

*BEAUTIFUL LAND-80 Ac at $1690 an oc.' Pond river runs through property : 1530. W, MadJjonPhon Stark on US 301.! __.
*LGt FRAME HOUSEgarage apartment. Smaller home included:.Good location. NICOIxro.AT.Desosrt u

*CALL STREET-L rge.bous..Reduced to 23000. E1UL110111$ *;864-8312, Oo-lt-Yourss, And SavePlumbingSupplies
QUIET COUNTRY LIVING-On ;2 acres. 3 BR. 1, IA. Only $27,500. 1IPPOIT1IIIm 964-B93I 473-3096 .4t. l'S'
*NICE SHADY LOT wlth:2: BR:1 BA. C/B house priced under 30 T, Or /-7M '

OVER 1700 SQ. 1'T.-ClB house on shaded lot.Fenced double garage.

*HIGHWAY 301' NORTH-Fi*-up house with beautiful lot. $12.000, Y&-.t .-.
*CLOSE TO SCHOOLS-3 M. )% BA. C/B.; Good financing. 7r'1.28aUbo _
*NICE HOUSE IN DEERWOOD 3/O-Excellent financing CarpetCleaning (ID1 < SootchgardIs .

.OLDER FRAME HOME B*:1 BA.. Only 16000... Room .1' 495 i From
*CHURCH BUILDING-1873: iq.ft. Convert of use as church.
*'2.9 ACRES-with older 'frame house) Rolford. Reduced to $20,900. ", ; & Mali) ..., ...: T, AiailabUD dn. Durrance
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'*NORTH THOMPSON STREET-Hordyman Special. $11,900. ( Sail EilrBetleR la.* *. ATa11ab11), ) : -3 AcI'$2,000 down.
301 NORTH-2200 ft. C/B. 4 BRIT .. .: .. .
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HWY 100-1 Acre 3 BR, 1 BA C/B. Approx. 1 mile from cityslimits' f""" Whole ( ) dn. Pump&'o' : 'S

*LAKE HOME with everything Price reduced. : "J",' ". tJyed': : .1195 STATELY'OLDER HOMS-2 : .. :i.. -
LAKE Attroctlve ;9 BRtVi BA Brick. : ,
NEAR HAMPTON Carpet
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2 BA.. Fireplace, woodburnlng heater on .3% Ac!, ;
*HWY 229.3 BR. opprox. !
'""I' air shady lot, fruit tr.... 6 C1S.301 N.-U4 N. Temple 1'96"70611L
:*CHURCH STREET-Thl. Is,owner financing with small amount down. Furniture Cleaned (h'a.' *. ) ) ... ,, pecan trees' and shop. Stark.Florida
*,LOOK) AN INTEREST: RATE OF 9% ono Ac.;; 2 BR,2 BA brick home. Many extras. "Not Pay' S45.000.
Delighted .feen't L
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*LOTS ON BtSSENT ROAD-Raiford. Rood Cherry St., Eariton Beach.ONSACRIIMMELROSE Home Prlcvt
ft Go. and w1121136' familyroom.
Seni..lradf Union surrounding area
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Screened porch. For.Water H.atorsWatorPumpi
*CORNER LOT-Approx. 1 VS Acres. Brownlee Rood ;Clear ft Go.t .1
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ONE ACRE BETWEEN STARKI A KEYSTONE.! Carpet : Dye doubl. CGII., garage. ,

**BUILDING NOW BEING USED as Beauty Shop. Versatile, ," Only.$34.000., (LI....... lnfMr 4)) f (R BHlii. ||T r4 Comm.rclan e14'AC$37.750.-Lawtey. Beautiful, a :And Other Su pll...

*APPROX.. ) 2 Ae.'on Hwy: 301 S. Owner! financing.AJ'ARTMlHtUNT" ,
:. 'ATTiKTIOM! I. 41 ourself! Imp pasture, fenced. 3wells
"5- a.2 Culverts, $1790
*6 COVE APARTMENTS HOUSE,Priced'la sell. Good 'financing.: \" 'We MW e.rr'r..NEIE'Emiil. nwl ill Them "U.O"rs., Ac.10.. :
APPROX, 9VV.AC-314 F*> frontage on 301 N, With water, sewer; and electric. WE DIGIWEIL
.FERRYMAN PROPERTY QN MADISON; ; $T-Nlc. (loroe lot and office building we .!. CaEF.tRS a* ffwr: Sal* : $1'- ,Ckete13', SePtlc;. ,. .

A CAR REPAIR SHOP': .with" 'of W/d equipment. Reported,Food I income, ,Senior Citizen Diiutounf / Free Advice'' .4 2' tO"6"'. 5tat.l.kI."': 'l j

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FAULKNER 964- 'SUSAN ", CaHft ".O. Drawer
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Local authorities reported no cash bond was posted. Glenn E. Musselwhite of Lake.ctty .19 percent. Bond for the charge \ "
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fatalities during the long Memorial Sidney III, 24, of Starkewas with driving while intoxicated 1cco1
was arrested May 18 and charged set at$300,he was released his \
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Day weekend with arrests for traffic Harmon Vasco Underhill,Jr., 22, of with driving while intoxicatedzaccor-[ while recognizance. ding W Trooper; noon ,/W;"
violations down from the several and intoxicated, according to Price was etop U -90".norths,
past Starke was arrested May 27 ding to Patrolman Groves;;1iI(;,ww? v-fr. Trooper Langston.
weekends. Statewide the death toll charged with under the influence Musselwhite of Starke. his blood alcohol content!
driving was stopped t>n Griffis Sylvia Johnson Sweat, 44, of Maoclenny .
: was.stopped west of Starke, .le q'
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was 33, Florida percent. /
Patrol had
Highway according to Trooper Ken- SR-100, his blood alcohol content and .
was his blood alcohol was. arrested May J9
content .18 ;
was per Price released after
predicted 35 would l die. There were neth Ethridge. .percent. '' cent. charged with driving while intox was a $300 '
few accidents in Bradford, Union,and Underbill's blood alcohol content luusselwhite was released after a Bond for the charge was set at$300. leafed, according to Patrolman surety bond was posted. <
Clay, none of which involved a fatali was .11 percent, he was released aftera $::100 cash bond was posted. Griffis released Rhoden. '
was on Ihs own Horace Wayne Hunzeker of Plant''
ty. |300 surety bond was posted. '" >_ Y.\' ,. recognizance.Jack Sweat, stopped on US-301,was addi-' City was arrested for driving while Intoxicated -''',

.. Van Harold Prescott of Starke was Richard L. Carter,30,of Starke: 'was Truman Parrish of Lake the tionally citation.charged with refusing to sign and driving while'Ucense
Ronnie Lee Frazier, 21, of Starke arrested May 19 and charged with arrested May 20 and charged with Butler was arrested May 18 and Sweat was released after a $325 suspended, according to Sgt*Barber.
was arrested May. 26 and charged driving while license suspended, ac driving while license suspended,' aCcording charged with driving while IntoxIcated cash bond was posted. Hunzeker was stopped on SR-18,his
with no valid driver license, according cording to Patrolman Dwight Groves. to Trooper W. D. Langston. blood alcohol content was,19 percent.
according to Sgt; W. H.
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Prescott was released after a $200 Carter was released after a"$200 Barber. James Price, 47, of Jacksonville Hunzeker was released after$
Frazier was released after a $50 cash bond was posted. cash bond was posted. a1 i? Pnrrlsh's Mood nlcohol. pr nrtohne was! arrested May 19 and, charged surety bond was posted. y "' .
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Researchers at the University: of types of plastic foams and fibers. ing and misting citrus trees in'com- Davies said.A Davies said' that -the method groves. One" drawback to ')smudge: '
Florida have developed a technique Other growers, applying the principlethat bination will save them' from ex major drawback of the techniqueIs growers predominantly use to protect pots, however, Is that strongwinds
for protecting young citrus trees from water releases heat as !it freezes, tremely cold weather :'t; that it does not protect entire trees. whole trees is the placement of oil often blow the heat out of the groves.
the kinds of freezing temperaturesthat used their under-tree Irrigation How cold? That's still under study, Davies said that because only trunksof fired smudge pots throughout their Another is? expense. '?'
devastated much of Florida's systems to mist the trees and ward off but according to Davies,' the technique the trees can be wrapped and only ;
citrus crop this winter. the effects of cold. But in many Instances worked well this winter, which[ he the lower halves sprayed, the tops of !*. mmm .. ** ""' tMlflf sal ... /, - .
The technique is actually a combination particularly when said produced the worst freeze in 100 the trees will likely be lost to cold ti!

of commonly used protective temperatures dropped well below years. weather.. .. ? II I IJ.
measures that do not, by themselves, freezing, these techniques fail, Davies said the experiments showed ,; -. : : :: . '" .:': :::: ,"::'.:",:.: j I .
shield trees from the sub-freezing resulting in the. deaths of thousands of that certain types of foam and
temperatures growers experienced trees. plastic fiber were far superior to FLORIDA 0"u \ w-av S L
this year.Temperatures at Christmas Total destruction of the trees, other wraps and that a special nozzle I :;,t
dropped to ll'F., contributing to the however, is avoidable, according to that directed the irrigation mist at the THEATRE : '
destruction of about one-quarter'otthe Drs. Fred Davies and Larry Jackson, trunks of the trees had to be used. I' revert: ; ': I II.
state's crop. researchers at UF's Institute of Food "We believe that the'proper com I Starke 964-5451|
For years, many Florida growers and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). bination of under-tree irrigation I. I II
have been wrapping their trees with After two years of experiments, the systems and tree wraps can provide Starts Fridayfor ; PUC1SSM i HJtli CITSMen's
straw,.aluminum foil and different researchers have found that wrapp- protection for young citrus trees," I I tI

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Factory Representative will be on Hand Saturday, June 2 from 10 am to 4 pm Aqwaatze Classes Beginning SMmnasf Classedmethod ,
Join us for fun- illed exercising the pool This /\
of exercise works well and provides less ,_.alJ This easypaced'class helps
stress on the body. Register early;, enrollment develop your stamina and shape
9 Is limited. 'and tone your figure. .
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head, straight drive shaft 2 Ice, '2-cycle engine, cut r H,+; Erf Center for.j JHealth, ,and Rtness. .,' + .nnmb c"*Smm'r.ll ic t Sytonn,Inc,

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"Good morning; this is Secretary the results of government crash tests' "'Ace 1 'of'Consumer Affairs.
Dole..May: I help you?" ._ of new ars. '
Dole took a turn as a Hotline The toll-free Auto Safety Hotline,
lzabethaHanford Transportation operator to hear first hand the safety XM24393, is operated weekdays
'GuA E Dole talks with a questions and concerns on con from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (EST). After
caller on DOT'S Auto Safety Hotline,a sumers' minds; most callers re hours calls are recorded so operators
free consumer service that provides a quested recall information or can follow-up the next working day
convenient means for the public to reported safety problems with their There Is also a special Hotline
report motor,,vehicle safety problems cars. number for the hearing impaired,
and receive information on a variety Also pictured taking calls is 1-800424-9153, and Spanish-speaking
nt r safety' topics. such as" recalls and Virginia Knnnrr. K-n* ...f th*U. S. Of- bperators are available. I
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Drug:--.;. Charges- Reduced, Three Fined The Only 5'' year/50,060/ mil warranty

Three Starke.youth. iive of a controlled substance: County Sheriff's Department. At the
Judge Elzie S. Sanders' pled guilty to possession of time of the arrests Sheriff Dolph Red-
Court May 21 for, their, than 20 grams of cannabis and dish said he did not feel Starke had a ft, Rust Through ProtectionRed
sales near BHS last was fined $300 plus surcharge wide spread drug problem at the .
Sterling Ross Peugh, Williamson Crews, and Peugh' highschool but he anticipated the arrests -
with delivery of a arrested February for selling would further diminish drug
substance: across the street from the traffic there.
oxy-codone, 1"d ,
a lesser charge of at Bradford High School. Padgett is involved in ,litagation, Red Hot Plymouth
trolled substance and arrested at that time was George Ketter is awaiting a pre-sentence investigation .
plus surcharge. Padgett,21,and Karl Ketter, and the juvenile pled guilty 1fi4 Reliant
and a 17-year-old Juvenile' following his arrest and was placedon
'Ge"Orge Crews,. 18, The arrests followed several weeks probation under the supervision of. 4 Dr. with 4,264 miles, 'loadeds50g5oo
I Williamson! ,18, both! investigation by the Bradford the court.

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Five"'outboard motors,are missing force'entry was gained in the shop 15hp 1984 Johnson electric start,short INI Citation 1M1' Aries
from Leonard's. Outboard. in Keystone and removed four new outboard start; a 6hp 1984 Johnson.short start
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Heights. ,* ?.w j! > motorsand, a 25 hp. Evenrude motor and an 8hp 1984 Johnson short start. 1 H2 ,Lynx Auto. Trans, RoWer,Steering, 4 Dr.:Special.Edition,
left for repair by a customer were The total value of the theft is$4,700. Super clean,.local I owner Brakes, Air Green,"Loaded
Sometime, late Monday 'or. early taken,according to Deputy Leroy En- There have been 'no 'arrests ''in the
Tuesday morning unknown personscut nis.The burglary. \ $4488 $4255 4688"'"
the fence on, the back lot of description of the 'four new .
Leonard's Outboard' on SR-21 north of motors is as tollowsa: 25hp 1983 Investigator Mike Taylor 1s.TM(.
Keystone Heights. once inside the lot ,Jntnson; "' 4'trlnart. sh" shaft; a charge of the investigation. '
1981 TBirdExClean ... A' ,

. Jeep Stolen in Starke Recovered in Gainesville: 'J J I II : ,''Low\ mllag .!! "4 .. Red HotLocal.oneowner

... : ,. ,, = 1982 Dodge PI
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I rst. ]em flf 4 Ifox1 La: at in!1 I Glr .w ; f : ent2iaeep Sad; ; d..n"aban\oned.reported( stolen. pwas from Starke.the? saaa The*,,'041- 1 ,.. '\ Ii. 1'f&;# 'pJ24. t-lj" ,.-. "" t.a Air,ht PS apr, "PB' rAT M

.;Starke has been found in a creek bed been seen in the 2400 block of SE 15th dition of the jeep indicated it may I::: .
in Gainesville in Gainesville on May 24. An investigation have been in the creek bed'jor-six .- iaSEDOAH0 Must See to AppreclateiCHRYSLER

According a report. from revealed the stripped weeks. : 1980 Horizon .... :' .' : $ ..

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. College I. Offers Workshop for. Homemakers I 52177" 1977 FordPiclcelo A ,
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Santa 'Community' College will separation and who are now faced The workshop is sponsored 1 by San- "f.
offer a two-day workshop for displace with entering the Job market or obtaining ta Fe Community College (Women's '
ed j homemakers -transition ,on job training. ,Programs and Special Projects) and
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Wednesday and Thursday,' June"'20 / ,the State of Florida Department of .
and 21,1984, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m Topics to be discussed in the two-, cooperation Rehabilitative Services in
day session include tools for successful with the Bradford-Union ,
at the Bradford-Union Vocational lJ /J "
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Center. living such as CommunicationSkills County Area Vo-Tech Center. ; ; ;
Stress Management and Goal- There is no fee for the workshop; Duge
The program "Focu's on the Setting, as well as conducting a sues ,however,pre-registration Is required. American Made
Future: Skills for Successful..Living 'cessful Job search, finding job leads, Enrollment is limited and the
and Employment" is open free ( charge to homemakers 35 years of preparing applications and resumes June 13. Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodgo
age or older'who have lost the financial that employers notice and developingskills To register or for further information -
1 support'of their spouses due to for job retention, and pro- call 964-5382 or stop by the SFCC 1320 N. Tem Ie Area (U.S. 301 N.) 964-8681
either deathdivorce. disability or'. .rno bllity. Starke Center Office In Bradford High,
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B.er.Wln.-Mi'xers
A.Davis Graham, died Sunday, May xif in'
Walter Albert Davis, 57;,'of Starke. Bradford Hospital, Inc. of Starke \
died Tuesday'May 22, In''Ala ,hua Born and raised in Bradford Coun; zv Locally Owned Price Wise Stores
General Hospital. ty, Mr. Rivers moved to Graham in '
tAr member :of .the' Rock 'BaptistChurch 1934 where he owned and;operated '
Mr; Davis had lived' Id Waldo The General Store for some 34 years. Joined Together To'.Save You, Money:
several years 'before, ,,moving to He was a member of Graham Baptist "- .
Church and was employed by the
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/'Survivors years include his wie'MildedC ( ; Signal several Corps at,Camp Blanding.for;' DISCOUNT LIQUORS __. .AD GOOD THRU JUNK,:1984 -
three sons, Robert years. '
Kenneth Daviss)Davis and Walter ."Jeff DavlsC'; Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
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Davis ..two daughters Janet Lester Ollie Kelly Rivers of Ellington i one
And Vicki; Dortch; five ,brothers, daughter, Selma ,., of George] ,5 Flags
Graham; one brother W.S*Rivers of
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Davis, Ernest Davlsr
Davis Carlton Ralph Davis and Alvin Davis; Brandon Sellars of, Auburndale Miss.; five, Donie sisters Pringle Mary; Jim. Dlckel! Relska VodJcaGin f Meiers j Canadian

one sister Irene Blana,and one, step Starling of ,.Lawtey, Fronie..Crews'
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.son) Jimmy Joyner. ;; nine'' grand-: Conner of''Starke, Love Shaw of Beam #8BRB a Vodka Rum Mist
-children. LaCrosse and Onie Thornton of
services were held Friday Starke three --- ourho Rum LTR'I
f Funeral ? ; grandchildren: and four' 1.75 y LTR
May 25, at :2 p.m.at the Rock Baptist great grandchildren. ,: l
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Church with Elder O.M. Yarbrough Funeral services were .held, I LTR.t 730
\officiating.i: '!Burial followed, in the;' Wednesday, May 30,:at lIa.m.lin. the, 'I""' I Ii 1O'y
church .cemetery. Archie Tanner Chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral sw raa:
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Funeral Home of Starke-in charge of' Home.Burial was in Dedan Cemeteryat i .J 17 ; ,.555
arrangements. ( Brooker,with Rev. D.E, Willis of
.. ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral
f'i ., Home ,of Starke, $Jn,charge,,,of ar' .
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P t. Shawn,:G. Hart,"'daughteriof; Army''Spe' ::4''Tommie Williams, pat .
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.Shirley A. StaJvey"and., Homer F: a Cm
:Hart, Sr., both of Lake Butler,, has 'son of Mary' Felton and has stepson arrived oWUU 74'
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-4 completed* J. basic training. ,? I at I Fort*,rt .W. ptx;* \.j .", 'for duty*in Nuremberg" Lawtey. West Ger 599 : ; : ALL, SIZES ,

the training, "studentsreceived many
L; During > Williams a'.communtcationedystem ',. '

./ 'ceremonies Instruction, Weapd ilJ,;D\ap in drill.reading and,,',;'', specialist with the 210th Field, STARKE \' : 1dYSTONE'I1OSHTS.' I \" ; A WALDO
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',''Justice'first tactics,, military,aid,.courtesy and Army* military,history, '."Artiltery Banned at Brigade Fort SiU,was Okla.previously, ,Jessies, Lounge : Model A .Lwn tt I ,301. .....0rt. (fails' : Lounge.

: Hfe received an'aJBOCiate.-: 'II> \ 1 Mllet North of* ... 3 Mil.s North of
alld traditions :
'Prt':Hart Is *. lg 1 3 trrsduate'of,,,, 1M2 from:University' ',".of". ,.Alaska. ,801 Nf .Tempi Ave.." '. ... t.Highway'21 ,North 'Stark on U.S. 301 ,WoJck. on U.S,3digam' ; ;
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Blanding Troops Pass in, Review...,
rappelling from a tower and helicopter, and a troop review.complete with an
Members of the 53rd Infantry Brigade;with a special demonstration by the awards ceremony

I 3rd Battalion..,124Ui'Infantry Brigade, participated In a review viewed by 34 (Above) M60 tanks took part In the dem nlltr tlonll. Above, left) The color"
representatives of the Employer's Suppcrt for the Guard and Reserve, from
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five nag our country. (Below left) Colonel George
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y. r'r W. Porter receives the Florida Cross, the. highest award a' Florida Guardsman
Demonstration .Included a mock ambush firing of the 105mm Howitzer can receive.


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year-end activities covering many Brandl'' Barrett Altg la.carteri! remember, .
different types of tripe, parties, Angela Parrtsh..Adults attending the ,
ceremonies and campouts A few'' campout 'were Mike and, Diane '.
"''happenings Include. (th> following; Tierney; Regtna Price, Patsy Phillipsand ')."

Junior-Troop 60S had an overnight were Diane Kevin Boone Westcott.,Milde Other guests and 1 ; : S
Tierney A Y.H.S. Fisher'
May 18 at the Masonic Lodge in little Jim Nugent. II" .; : ,.P
Starke. welcomed Brownies in
They a Troop 614 recently had a 'Dance : .
'and ,rededicated
fly-up ceremony Party along' with an awards' f I '"
themselves at ..' candlelight j Recorder ,
Afterwards' ceremony where the girls received Video
ceremony. everyone enJoyed -
badges from all the worlds they had
grilled hamburgers. worked in for the Soda and .
year. pop y '
historic Saturday homes morning and a sites walking in Starke tour of goodies were enjoyed by,all' who attended S For As Little As r w;-
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presentedMrs. .
concluded work'on their Local Lore-
Tierney with a lovely necklace1' I
Badge.. (The scouts had earlier : ; M"1811.
at'this time in for her
:;appreciation: y
visited Crosby CemetaryJThe "t RQOO
walking tour ended at the Pizza leadership. : a RENT TB 8WN : -'

Hut where everyone enjoyed lunch, Senior Planning Board met\ Satur- :' a RII. '599.09 per month '

Scouts attending were Sarah Looney, day, May It, at the First United .... : ,
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Diane Rowe, Samatha Methodist Church .in Starke with'' '\ ," '" 1 1 'v, '';;- "I"J:_>'
Deese Jeanette Daniels, Lori Mann;, .Senior.Troop 669 serving a&j host ess. ""," '"'I.' ," .. ,' ', '"
Michelle
Conners, Danielle Smith, Senior Scouts from Gateway Council 'J '1. "
April Duffy, Lashawn McCray,Karen and their advisors met; to elect incom- ,', : '" rr n You. Rent Movie : .
Rowe, Carla Stevens... Tracie ..Van ;
I [ ing officers for next year report on : : '
.zant.' Brandee ..Moody, Sharon; this years events and finalize plans I't\"' '''I ; ; "'f", $plYou; Can'Buy' S .

Thomas,. Barbara Thomas, -Kim for i the, 'Senior: Banquet Troop' 669 ,.,:. .., :; ,u $51..
/ Hampton, Christa Modesitt,,Tammy served brunch to the scouts from ftJ(' : '' '''$!$ A Blank
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Daughertee. fruit bowl with Starke strawberries T-120 Video Cassette f' club and receive ,
Leaden ,Mary Looney, LouAnn our
hot 'cheese, blitzes and homemade' i
Rowe and Diane Moody: accompanied \ ; '\I!; J' ::
donuts was enjoyed by all attending. $
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Junior Troop 614 spent the weekend Cadettea going into Seniors 'were, : ;, ..: FIAT ., .
of April 28 ft 29 camping out at Gold, recognizated the annual Senior .. and 10 Free Movies, 55
Head State Park at the youth camp Banquet May 20. This year :the banquet -, ::. : : :
area. While there the girls learned ; was at Ironwood Country Club In ; \ W.'I"t.H.'I'IC'' 111.0" for One Week
basic:camp skills such as 'putting UP Gainesville with a guest speaker from '" ::p tJ'a: ? :'h" j "
tents, fire building and cooking InV ,India,,:, .. ':- ', '" N .' l' AYu1l

dividual}? over an open lire..Most of. A. deliciousdinner' was!' served _,1111:a I'll"IXPAIIIII' ; .
the scouts finished earning their ..followed by remarks from the outgo : .'1", .,' I,', ,JItt'a" \ ,;
Troop Camper Badge. .. ing officers.. Gateway Board of Direc .
The scouts, also 'held a'fi; -up'ceremonys .tors President Norma Lockwood Introduced : :,Iliviesl
trail ,
at the nature bridge the graduating Seniors. v .
,with a fly-up ceremony and rededica-! From this area 'was' Cheryl!, Furrow' 'a4 l M9 MaeiiineCoH i
i turn for all scouts Brownie fly-ups at.. and Theresa Ricks.. of Starke and ; ; ,

tending 'were ?:Melanie /Trimble, Kary Bruce and Tar? Jhonnas.from .' V.H.S. and TapeRentaliT
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I'' were Troop Missy member MaslowBki'invested,;>Cindy at this DowlInc time-: .Cadettes bdagtng to Seniors wens' ;';..,;I' ':i\" ; .: :..\ I ,..

Sharon';'Cocfcerham, Tabatha Nicole"'Johnson..Lisa Tierney, Shan- :' 1. : $ '

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and Julie o mas1'he'' Brownies AJIfo' 'attendinc the banquet, was ,' ,I" .. ., Mell. Trrssae, w.. $ 1'11,
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members who attended the campout }[Eaves JudyDuk..-, -Janice 't, : "fit 811 S ,
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I ,Jennifer Richardson Marian Sutton, Debbie Tylicza, Dana 'j' t i1)slt'i$8S' .'1,
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