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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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cloudy, a slight chance of rain, lows in the 60s and highs in Public Noticw.;:. . .. . .10A .''ff \'. "" ;
the 70s was the forecast Wednesday night for the upcoming Spring ,I'\' '. "
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Today's (Thursday March 27) forecast calls for a high of 79, no Antiquo show.., . . . .. .IB \ \
rain, a relative humidity of 55 percent and winds out of the East at Nursing Homo.. . . . .it t \J
8 mph. A weak cold front is expected by Friday, with winds out of N.w Director. . . . . .IB
the SW at 10-15 mph preceding the front, and NE winds of 12-18 mph Spom. . . . . .2-S.10B \
ousting behind the front. There is a 30 percent chance of rain ThursKid. to Court . . . . .61 \ ."..-' "" .. ) .-
day night, but mostly sunny weather expected Friday. cia.. iodi . . . . ,7-ios 'V"
The March 20-21 rainfall measured from 1/4-inch to over an inch NOWI .rl.... . . . .11, UB f
in various locations around the Aroo Deaths. . . ns P''<
10inches.Normal The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven "V
Rainfall since Feb. exceeds Jan.-Feb.-March Girl Scout. '.' ,13Brainf l1BrMRY
.U usually measures 10.19 inches. School Lunch. .MB 107th Year STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy Of; r lr; ,. ._
36th Issue Thursday March 27.1986 USPS 062-700 H''.";,TORY
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Proper Phone Use... 4 Y ti a'y.Yx1L'tr a'y. i i
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Proper use of the telephone is the -
topic of a seminar/luncheon set today 'On' Again
(Thursday, March 27) from
noon to 1 p.m. at the Western Steer.

Della Business Rosenberg education with instructor the Bradford < 1

school system will be the speaker.The : :;
program is aimed at recep-- :

tionists, secretaries phone users.A ,.and all interested P4 At KOA Site i II

$3 charge covers the meal, t t

drink, and tip. a,, 04e _
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has apparently ed from KOA for the project, accor-
Hunt. decided to go ahead with ding to Miller, who said the Wal-
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Egg once-delayed plans to build a multi- Mart chain is looking for a major .
An Easter Egg Hunt is set at million dollar commercial shopping food store chain to join the group of .1
\ Wainwright Park in Starke tomor- center on US-301 south Starke. stores in the shopping center. '
row ( March 28)) sponsored Plans for the shopping center, Difficulties encountered in secur-
; by the Stare Recreation Depart- which could include up to 25 dif ing the food store and a major discount -
,', ment. ferent stores including WalMartand drug store chain was one of the
An egg hunt for kids ages 3-6 is a major food supermarket were reasons for the cancellation last
set for 10 a.m. The hunt for ages first proposed in May 1985 by the year, according to Miller, who said ,
7-10 is set for 2 p.m.Refreshments Wal-Mart corporation but were these problems are "in the process''
will be served. Br- N cancelled in November with no of being worked out.
M } 4.rC.b
ing you own baskets. Children must reason given. The corporation's original deci-
be able to hunt their own eggs. The latest information about the sion to locate a store here was basedon
4 project was obtained by The the results of an extensive
Telegraph from Tony Miller, vice- marketing survey and research of
The Lost Cooker.
.. president of Horne Properties, Inc., the growth patterns in a three-
As a community service, SawyerGas .. q .. .t+ a developmental company located in county area, with Starke as the hub.
lends i its cookers to schools, i r Bartow, Florida. During the evaluation period the site
churches, fire department, etc. tir was visited personally by Samual
Someone has forgotten to return k,4 e Miller said the project, to go on the Moore Walton, founder of the huge
one of them. If you have a clue as ; present KOA Campground property Wal-Mart chain which now includesover
to its whereabouts, please call F'q 11 ,a'ttk'r on 301-South, is in the pre-drawing 750 stores in a 20-state trade
: : Sawyer Gas, 964-7701, any time day stages at present and estimated that territory.
.. or night. construction crews could begin Other Walton enterprises includethe
If the cooker is not returned, the working at the site, now marked Sam's Wholesale Clubs and
Rotary Club will be short a cookerfor y ry. with a construction sign within six Walton's Ben Franklin Stores.
its annual Rural-Urban Day months. The Telegraph will release further
'. chicken fry at the Bradford County The site of the new shopping information on the project as it i
Fair set April 812. center is now owned by KOA Cam- becomes available.
pgrounds, which, according to With the closing of Rawson's Food
'. Square Dance... M Manager Fred McElroy, will Store in Starke there are several
relocate at a new location just southof openings for a grocery store to supp-
: The first Saturday square dance the site. ly competition to Winn-Dixie. .
,:., at the Kingsley Lake Civic Center present
The construction project will Guy Andrews is currently seekingto
: is set Saturday, April 5. Up, Up and Away... rsoroerM.srn.eu employ up 250 people during its peak repurchase his leave on the Starke
A covered dish is set from
r.' supper period, according to estimates Plaza store he owns and which is be- ;
5:30-6:30: : p.m., with the club fur- Fifth-graders at Southside Elementary were "up in The message Includes a stamped, addressedthe by Miller with of provided the ing closed by Rawson's. WinnDixieis
nishing hot dogs. A plus-workshop air" about a high-flying project they accomplished postcard, so all the finder has to do is fill out a short workers being drawn, from many the local buying that lease. :a
is set from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. early this week when over 225 balloon supported form and drop them In th-:: mailbox:, community for Gene Milligan and Royal Jones (I''T
Malntstream square dancing is set messages soared out and away over the playground In The students are interested to see how far thea ment. Miller also temporary said it was employ likely also own 10-plus acres on US-301
from 8-10 mass release. winds would the The winds
prevailing messages.
p.m. carry that the stores in the north and are negotiating for a
planned shopp-
The students got the Idea from a magazine article on the day of the release were blowing briskly toward ing plaza would be employing local stores to anchor a small shopping
about students in California who sent hundreds of the south and balloons rose swiftly on the air currents, center. Milligan declined to com-
; Red Cross... messages aloft to see how far they would travel. bound for Hampton, Waldo and all points south. workers opening.on a permanent basis after ment on their progress when asked

., An organizational meeting of a 15-20 acres of land will be purchas- Wednesday, March 26. ;
.. Starke chapter of the American
y. Red Cross is set at 6 p.m. today
*' (Thursday, March 27) in city all.

':'.-* to All attend.interested Any input persons which are benefits invited Rawsons Closing Here as Part of Winn-Dixie Buy-Out Plan i

\V> the community will be appreciated. -

,4. Rawson's Food Store is closing its Peacock said Tuesday, March 25, federal bankruptcy judge, accordingto store was valued at$47,000.Andrews The lease between Rawson's and An- I
Forming Vet Group... doors in Starke as part of a the agreement calls for-closing the bankruptcy attorney Terry offered $100,000, via a cashier's drews runs to 1995.
_"_ bankruptcy agreement worked out store in 10 days. The store's inven- Schmidt of Jacksonville, who check he had in bankruptcy court fJ
The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Monday night, March 24, by the tory went on sale at 20 percent off represents the Andrews firm. Monday night, for the lease, but said Rawson Food Services, Inc. filed
.' State of Florida, and concerned company, Super Valu, Inc., and Wednesday morning. "We made an offer to repurchasethe the bankruptcy judge would not Feb. 19 for Chapter 11 protectionfrom
veterans of Starke are froming a Winn-Dixie in federal bankruptcycourt Rawson's turned the store over to lease from Rawson's in the allow the store to be separated from creditors. Super Valu agreed to
VFW Post in Starke. in Jacksonville.It Super Valu at 9 p.m. Tuesday. The bankruptcy court last night (Mon- the 33 for fear of disrupting the arrangement buy the chain for $31.2 million$20
/ A meeting is set at 8 p.m. Saturday store closed at 6:30: p.m. Tuesday for day, March 24). The court has not with Winn-Dixie. million in cash and an $11.2 million
ft" April 1, in the dining room of means loss of jobs for the 75 inventory purposes, and reopened at yet entered a formal order althoughit forgiveness of debt owed by Rawson.
Ii: Whispering Pines Care Center on employees of the Starke store. 8 a.m. Wednesday. The inventory has tentatively denied the Andrews he has talked to Winn-Dixie then agreed to purchasethe
kg Colley Road. Manager Billy Peacock is trying to belongs to Rawson, and will be sold request," said attorney Schmidt. Millers says and Millers leases and titles to the 33 stores
Enterprises
i? If you served over seas, you need place some of the employees. by Super Valu and the proceeds would the Starke store if it for $21 million. The entire deal required ",
.W to belong, says local group Thirty-three Rawson's stores, los- turned over to Manager Peacock. That means the Andrews firm be operate from the Winn- bankruptcy court approval,
& organizer John Hamilton. ing a reported $300,000 per month, must negotiate with Super Valu or can separated which was given March 24. I
have been operating under Chapter The Starke Rawson's has been a Winn-Dixie, or both, for release of Dixie deal.
$ Free Blood Check... 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. profitable store, as has the one in the lease. Winn-Dixie told the Florida ,
& Super Valu, the supplier,had agreedto Madison. Guy Andrews would like to reopen The lease for the Starke Rawson's, Times-Union last week it planned to .,
A free blood pressure check will the Rawson's store a with and evaluate use of the 31 stores [I
'K purchase the stores. Then Winn- Guy Andrews, who owns the as grocery. originated Piggly-Wiggly open ,
be given the first Tuesday of every Winn-Dixie will not allow another been various either as food stores or other
Dixie offered to by the leases on the building, has been trying, so far has assigned as uses.
month from 1-4 p.m. in the libraryat stores in North Florida and to buy without success, to have the Starke grocery store in the building, but grocery stores, operated the store, Winn-Dixie, the fourth-largest
Bradford Hospital.blood A registerednurse Super Valu's warehouse in Jacksonville store separated from the Winn-Dixie would allow other types of stores, which was a Pantry Pride Store retailer In the country, currently
will issue pressure for a reported $21 million. deal, but that request was tentatively says Andrews. before Rawson's bought some 43 operates 1,269 supermarkets in 13
cards, record readings and check Local Rawson's manager Billy denied Monday night by the The lease to the Starke Rawson's stores in N-Florida and S-Georgia. Southeastern states.
your pulse. ,
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S.Fe Cemetery Vote...

Santa An election Fe Cemetery for new is officers set at 7:30 of the Tickets on Sale for 36th Edition of County Fair, Set April 812The

tonight (Thursday, March 27) in I
the city hall at Hampton, according 36th edition of the Bradford the fair, says the buildings, toilets, Tuesday Friday, April 11, is Children and Saturday, April 12, the fair exhibit
to Sec.-Treas. Sylvia Hall. County Fair is set April 8-12 with and drainage system are in good Wednesday, April 9, is Senior Students' Day at the fair when.all buildings at noon. The Beef
Current trustees are John some 50,000 expected to visit the shape. Entrance to the fair has been Citizens Day which means free ad- students through the 12th grade will Breeding Sale is set for 6 p.m. Satur-
.' Campen, chairman; Wilbert fairgrounds on US-301 north of revamped, two buildings have been mission all day for senior citizens, be admitted free from noon until 5 day. The Bradford-Union 4-H and
Gunter, William Melton, and R.O. the five-day run. repainted, there are 90 new pig pens from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. p.m. At 4:30: p.m. Ronald McDonaldwill FFA Steer Sale Is set for 7 p.m.
Simmons. with an automatic flushing system The annual Rural-Urban Day picnic star in "The Big Red ShowReview" Saturday. The River City 2' Steppersand
Advance fair tickets are on sale and cement floors. Plus the interiorof sponsored by the Starke Rotary on the midway. Cloggers are scheduled to per-
for 50 cents, which is half price. the civil defense building has been Club, will officially open the fair at McDonaldland characters will be on form at 7 p.m. Saturday. There will
Upcoming... Tickets at the fair will be one dollar, enlarged by removal of partitions. noon Wednesday. The Beef Breeding hand at the fair from noon until 4:30: be two country rock and roll shows,
"'. The Health Facilities Authorityof the same as last year. Tickets are on Show is set at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdayis p.m. Friday. at 8 and 9:30: p.m., by Saddletrampof
sale through Friday, March 28, at Cooney says that Bradford County also bluegrass night with the Lake
Bradford County will meet at 7p.m. Union County High School; through and City of Starke employees and In- Band City.
Thursday, March 27, and at 7 Southern Pride Bluegrass The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
Friday, April 4, at Andrews Drugs in mates and employees of Lawtey for
from Lake City set to perform Fair Parking...
p.m. Tuesday, April 1, in the com- Lake Butler, Lake Region Travel in Correctional have provided In- Swine Sale is set for 7:30: p.m. Friday -
mission meeting room in the cour- Keystone Heights, and at all Brad- valuable assistance in readying the two shows, 8 p.m. and 9:30: p.m. April 11. When the parking lot adjacent to
thouse. ford County elementary schools and fairgrounds for the April 8 opening.The The fair exhibits open at noon the north end of the fairgrounds fill
The Bradford School Board is Bradford Middle School, and the midway, operated by United Tb'irsday, April 10. The midway Stonewall Jackson, the country up, fairgoers will be directed to the .
scheduled to meet Monday, March Chamber of Commerce office in Shows, is set to open at S p.m. Tues- opens at 5 p.m. Highlight of the day music star and a member of the parking lot adjacent to the Roping
< 31, at 7 for at Bradford Middle Starke. The Chamber office will remain day, April 8. The BradfordUnion4H will be the annual BradfordUnion4H Grand Ole Opry, is schedule to appear Club area north of the fairgrounds.There .
School a pre-budget and "want open Saturday, April 5, from and FFA Swine Show is set for 7 and FFA Steer Show set for 7 for one show at 7:30: p.m. Fri will be only one entrance
list" session. 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. and will also p.m. Tuesday. The Bradford 4-H p.m. A gospel singing show, with the day. Billy Walker, also a member of and one exit. The entrance will be
The city commission of Starke sell tickets until noon Monday, April Fashion Show is set for 7 p.m. Tues- Missionaires Quartet from Lake CI- the Grand Ole Opry, will appear just north of the FHP station, the ex-
will next meet Tuesday, April 1, at day. A talent show, sponsored by ty, will perform for two shows, at 8 along with Stonewall Jackson. it at the Roping Club road still fur-
7:30 p.m. for its first Tuesday 7.Mike Cooney, general manager of WPXE-FM Radio, is set for 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. The midway will open at 3 p.m. ther north.
meeting.
The Board of Governors of the

Starke-Bradford merce is set to meet Chamber at 12:30:of p.m.Com- Pharmacists Can Soon Prescribe Some Drugscompanies Unemployment Lowest Here...

Thursday, April 3, in the !board Bradford County's unemployment rate of 2.9 percent is the lowest in the
room of the Starke Center of Santa When anyone asks a pharmacist to delayed by the State Board of will handle pharmacist according to Pam Riddle, economist for the Florida Department of
I Fe Community College. recommend medication for a minor Medical Examiners, requiring the written prescriptions in the same state,
The Bradford County Commis- ailment, he has had two options: (1) State Pharmacy Prescribing Com- manner as.if written by a medical Labor.Alachua County is close behind with a 3.5 percent unemployment. rate
will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday, recommend
sion doctor.
an overthecounterdrug mittee to revise the list of drugs to be '
April 7.'The. or ((2) refer the individual to a approved, and to be more specific in Local pharmacist Irving Clark at- for Riddle January said that 90,990 people were employed in the two counties with
t Lawtey Council will meet at doctor. citing side effects and recommended tended a two day seminar in Orlando still looking for work. Bradford reported 10,786 residentsat I
" 7:30: p.m. Monday, April 7, at the But that will change shortly. The dosages. the last week in February, to 3,282 work reportedly while Alachua had 80,204 employed. .
hall in Lawtey. 1985 Legislature enacted law unique the law learn how to implement the law at I
city a Although was opposed by Total number of jobs in the two-county statistical area is up 5.1 percent
The Brooker City Commission to Florida, which gives the phar- physicians,: legislators hailed it as the local 4eveL The seminar is part last The primary component of the increased rate in govern-
f will meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, macist a third option. Upon Implementation a"true consumer victory," of the continuing education for phar- over ment employment year. Riddle said, with 3,400 more public employees now I
April 8, in city hall. possibly In April, a estimating Florida citizens will save Flora by the University than last Wholesale trade employment is up 200 jobs; retail trade up
The Hampton City Council will pharimclst will be able to write a about $18 million annually from a of College of Pharmacy.He )!. 200 jobs, year.and service Industry employment Is up 400.
meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April, in prescription, within strict reduction in unnecessary visits to stated that Koch Drug Store will Bradford County's two prisons, Florida State Prison and Lawtey Correctional -
city hall. fuMelines. doctor's offices. It will be particularly participate in the program as an ad- Institution, account for more than 700 employees with a $14
The 36th annual Bradford Countv The "Pharmacist Self-Care Con- helpful to residents of rural and ditional means of delivering medical annual payroll.
Fair runs April 8-12 at the .i&diit: Law" was_to_have been implemented inner city areas, where doctors are services, but it will remain at low- million ;

fairgrounds on US-301 north. in January, but has been scarce. Medicare and insurance (See Pharmacists..p.i\: )


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19116 Bradford High School Hi-
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awards banquet Monday night, ': -
March 24, at the Western Steer a4 :. -
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Steakhouse
Among those students recognized j ,\: ,'f!?D?f "j Coach McGriff Honored...
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were most: valuable players Lisa ," ) Coach Crawford recognizes BUS science Instructor and coach Jerry
Blalock ol the Varsity Team, and \i \\ 'v McGriff, who served as III-Q's interim coach
Shawna Blum, ol the Junior Varsity 'r _
Team Coach Stanley) Crawford
presented u certificate to the _
season's Shaun Schmidt most improved player, GED TESTEarn

Lisa Hlalock, Jonathan Howe,
Michael 1 Davie, Shaun Schmidt and
Julie Fowler receded Varsity let your high school diploma by taking the
ters. Mike Bl.ilock, Shawna Blom,
Jody Brown, Jason: Brown, Chris .. GED Test. For further information call 9646150.The .
Powell, Hickey Smith and Joy
Vellenga, received junior varsity letters The 1985-8(5; (; Hi-Q Team... deadline for registering is April 4, 1986.

Speakers at the ceremony included The IllK.VNil! ; Ilinh-QTriim of Kmdford High are l-r): Second row-Mike Itlalock,Julie Fowler,Chris Powell, Testing dates and times are as follows:
BUS Principal, Dr. AI Hot her, lust: row- Captain l.isti Bl.ilock, Jason Brown, Jody Hickey Smith, and, In back, Shaun Schmidt. Now I
and two team members, Jason Krowii, Joy Vellriiga. shown: Michael Davie and Shawna Blom.
Brown, and Jody Brown. April 14, 15, 16 I
Coach Crawford\ recognized plaque to BUS teacher Jerry The Hi-Q Team competes with season with seven wins and three
several supporters who contributedboth McGriff for his continuous dedica- several other schools in the area in a losses. They placed third in the
time and money to the Hi-Q lion which has helped make the fast-paced question and answer conEastern Division and third in the
cause, Crawford presented a special 19B5-86 season a success test. The BUS team finished the North Florida Hi-Q Conference. 1:00 p.m.

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I Oh, What SE Would Give for Another PortableA I 8:15 6:30: p.m.f'OOO00OOO p.m..


portable, Oh, how can we get a ly, amid a laughing audience, school "What about portable toilets?" said his textbook allocation doesn't I
portable classroom board member Rodney Hall said the asked Board Member Len Schlof- cover such an expense. The district
man, seriously. last year adopted new math tex

That retrain was heard anew by needs of all schools must be con- "...if you give us a portable to go tbooks and now is trying to buy the _OQ006 O r .
the Bradford School Board members sidered. with it,' quipped a teacher, getting a books.
visiting Starke Elementary School big laugh from the crowd at her Walkways to the present portable
for another in its series of pre- It means team teaching in the quick rejoinder. classrooms. $8,000.
budget meetings Monday night, fourth grade if SE doesn't get a por- .Employ a fulltime guidance GRAND a
March 24. table for kindergarten, said Betty The teachers and board members counselor,$20,000.The teachers sup- 6O
Hildebran. also discussed increasing taxes to ported this need..Painting .
10 classrooms, $800.
for additional classrooms.
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pay
A group of 30 SE parents and Supt. Jim Duncan explained SE, "There may be enough people in Install security lights, $1,000. 0 I
teachers repeatedly said SE must and other schools, have enough Bradford County frustrated enough Expanding the administrationsuite OPENING e ea'
get another kindergarten classroomby classrooms at the 1-30 teacherpupilratio with the lack of school building $40,000. SE has a very Inadequate O
the beginning of school this fall. approved by the state Depart space to increase taxes," said SE administrative suite, said O
As third grade teacher, Cindy ment of Education for building Principal Wayne McLeod. Supt. Duncan, but added the money
Devalerio pointed out, the incoming space. Since additional classroomsare Only 30 percent of the property just won't be there this year to do '
not the state in the anything about it. WATER BED SALE! !
kindergarten class is expected to be on five-year plan owners county pay property Raised ..
PTA $9,035.
monies cannot be used for out Board Chair-
larger, the music teacher is on the dollars taxes now,pointed o
cafetorium stage, and slow learning table, Duncan said, and loose man J.T. Parrish. PTA President Walker pointed out
disability (SLD) 'classes are in a are extremely difficult to find.It the SE parent-teacher association 0 eg
small room in the library, and the "If we would get funding out of the raised $9,035 last year.
SE gifted program moves around,in is the additional number of programs state as we should,we wouldn't have The PTA made playground improvements :g GET INTO A 0f i
the library and other places to find a such as the PREP Program, this problem," said board member costing $1,200, bought a 0
vacant place to meet. for extra instruction for students Schlofman, referring to the fact that new popcorn machine for $800; provided
working behind level. The PREP Bradford County receives only 95 paid for classrooms, $400; Q
Board members didn't say no. program uses three SE classrooms, percent of each dollar the student paid for grad level projects, $4,100; O WATERBEDFOR Q
enrollment which costs the computer equipment,
for instance. earns purchased
They did the needs of all schools
say school district of purchased a new ice O
upwards $400,000per $1,500;
will have to be considered, and that
., -V'lt's: just that to year. machine, $150, and installed new
building an additional portable n pot easy get actassroonf JUST 0Q
blinds in the cafeteria. 9Q
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classroom is as easy as it sounds ; insisted Supt. Duncan,
given the state's limitations on who then added the school board Schlofman said SE got the bulk of School board members com-
ding. And, with more at-schoolloca-spen- plans to buitdTbur or'five portables a the money the school board had last plimented the SE PTA on its hard 0
tion meetings under its belt, the year. However, SouthsidElemen- year. Rodney Hall said the board work and the amount of money it Q
school board is getting slicker at tary and Bradford Middle School recognized the problem at SE and raised. Q
answered it. "As board, we'll fill as many
have space problems as severe as a
evading a definite promise while Q
SE. needs as we can, said Chairman 0O
still extending hope. Othe Needs... .1.T. Parrish in closing the meeting. $129 0-

"We do appreciate the things the Based on 30 students per SE officials also expressed a need O
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school board has brought about," classroom, SE has a capacity of 698 for:
said PTA President Chuck Walker, students, Duncan said. SE enrollment .Repaving the parking lot, and in- 3 f Q
meaning the $76,500 spent at SE on is currently 657 students. stalling a drainage system. Bradford LodgeNo.
walkways, classroom carpeting,anda "This is exactly a repeat of the Estimate: $6,500.Fencing A GREAT WATERBED on PLUS YOU GET ALL THIS! 0Q
portable classroom. Then Walker meeting at Southside Elementary," the kindergarten 35
asked, "But can anybody give us an pointed out Board Member Rodney playground as a safety precaution, 3 Complete bed includes mattress, liner heater 0

idea portable w hen we?"might expect anothernew Hall. 1500. F& AM I Q pedestal deck frame and fill kit... just add waterl!

SE also does not have enough Purchasing state adopted tex Q I f 0Q
bathrooms, said fourth grade tbooks for 3rd and 4th grade math Meets Every s

Silence, greeted the board. Final- teacher Annette McClellan. students, $5,900. Principal McLeod Second Monday& Fourth | MAIN STREET I



Tornado TalkGrad Madison Street Baptist Churchwill 7:30: p.m. p 0 0

SLEEP SHOP 0

Nile... be having an Easter THE BRADFORD 0

Here is some Grad Nite informa- COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,
tion: The groups announced so far Published every Thursdayat 0 202 W. Market Road Starke o''
are Miami Sound Machine, SUNIISESEIVICE
Klymaxx, and Starpoint. Ticketsare 135 W. Call Street Behind Rudy's Auto
on sale through today March 27, \ Starke, Florida 32091 g
in the finance office for SENIORS > : 0
ONLY, at$25: Tickets for dates will March 30 1986 \ "'" 1 Second Class postage paid at o 1 Block North of Lake Chevrolet
be on sale beginning Monday, March Starke, FloridaSubscription 0
31, through Thursday, April 3. The "" c Open Mon.-Sat. 10 am to 6 pm 0
price is $38. For more information, 6:45: AMParking 'S\ Rates: c 'C
see instructor Jerry McGriff in room '
In-trade area: $10.00 per year 0
1801 in the science building. Lot '
,,' $5.50 six months 964-6887 o
SFCC Reps.to Visit.., Robert C. Gillis I, ; $11 0Q
Outside
area:; per year
Santa Fe Community College ,
representatives'! be on campus in ProgramEVERYONE $6.00 six months O O O OSTARKE O -CQOC CCHJaOOCO
the attendance area today from -" L-_ _
11:30: a,m. to 1:30 p.m. We will be ,r
available to answer questions about IS INVITED .'.

admissions course,requirements.financial aid, programsand TO ATTEND SAFETY SERVICE

SENIOIUTIS... Sunday evening at 7:00: p.m. the Adult Choir will be- presenting a cantata 104 W. Brownlee Road Starke
written by The Galthers "Then Came the Mornln ".
There is a serious epidemic going FREE: ESTIMATES
around school affecting only 9646987IIBRAKESIIJ
seniors..this epidemic is known as Domestic & Foreign Cars
SENIORITIS. If you are experiencing -
strange symptoms and suspect NOW RENTING!
they are caused by senioritis, please
write them down and give them to *
Mrs. McNelley to help us in our Includes labor, pads, inspection of drum or rotors, 3 9 9 5 > ,
research to cure this problem. With bleen and adjust, front or rear.
your help, we should have a cure by Keystone Village Apartments
June 6.Photos. /YI
Oil & Oil Filter

on Sale... Brand New Additional parts extra cars & pickups Only I
Patio-Style Apts. Change
Interested in pictures taken by the ..wa
Annual Staff? They will be on sale W/Free Safety Check, which includes checking next week March 31 through April 4 1-2 & 3 BR UnitsFROM lights, exhaust, tires, front end and brakes. vrl II' I::51 J IT' T t..::: IIAI:

during 1st and 7th period, before and 5 Ots. Oil & Oil Filter ,. ... ... 11
after school only. Come to Mrs.McNelley's 220 month
room. Cost is two pic- per 10.95Additional Includes Parts & Labor
tures for 25 cents
CALL Installation of AC spark plugs, inspection of I

All.., oil, or filter extra If required choke, trotlle, linkage, spark plug wires, f
Does the person in back of you On-Site Laundry ''I 473-3682 distributor cap, adjust idle and liming.
tend to \always look over your

yourself shoulder looking for answers at that? younger Do you person find. Resident Manager' .' .. or stop by Let Us Service Your y

in Geometry and don't know how Sorry No Pets 61 Thomas Circle!. 29.95
let him know you may be In- for
to Conditioner
terested? Well, if you need or want ::;:!I't' (Drive through Air .

some advice, give it to Mrs ,:;, Golf Club Estates ''
McNelley or put it in the MissBuJhMMjfe's Cool Summer Driving ,
Road
to Cortez ,
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Hampton Council l Votes


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in special session March oilman Jim Mitzel a full months
{ I' 18, the Hampton Council voted to salary for the 5 day period that he
fr continue improving its new facility, served in October. s covered the
Toombs Park.Permission. time from his .swearing in to his

was granted to install suspension.. .
and build a restroom facility with
4 funds provided for the first step Heard an estimate of about $140
+ie'F' J 'r r ,rn, ..d4 securing a permit and completing a for fixtures for the park restroom
septic system. Cost estimates facility.
(;' range
+ 4 up to $1,500 for this preliminary
o ilf i 'fit f. work. Made arrangements for the an
Mayor Elwood Padgett is headinga nual city Easter Egg Hunt to be held
,, +r' rr '; i committee to secure the final ap at Toombq Park Saturday March
+ proval and cost figures,with work to 29, at 3 p.m. AU city children should
wli commence if within estimates.In attend.
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other business at the March 18 Agreed to'check the old city parkto
meeting, the council: see if any more equipment or fencing
;M1 fi 1., r h Jf iS can be salvaged fa reasonable
? b bt Voted to pay suspended Coun condition.


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Big Gift... DuPont was a major contributor to the !successful rund-railiing campaign
Uon Luebke, Plant !Manager at DuPonl, presents u check for $:lUOO to to establish the Starke Center with an earlier gift of $20,000. NEW f PAY STATION{ !W STARKE
Santa Ke Coniniunlty College President Alan Robertson for the library of In making the presentation I.uebke invited others in the community to .
the newly dedicated SKCC Starke("t'nit'I'lnlhe renovated Bradford County come forward with financial assistance for the fledgling library for BradfOl'll's Effective April 1, 1986
new college campus.In .
Courthouse.
The DuPont gift Is for the purchase of sorely needed research materials the photo from left to right: Tal 1\1 U 11I11,SKCC Vice-President for Col FP&L bills may be paid atKOCN'S
including "Great Books of the Western World", 12 volumes of "(;I''IIt loge Services, Donna<;ruen,SKCC Board of Trustees .President
Events h'omllislory", a 37 volume"Dictionary of Literary Itiogmphy". Koherlson. Don I.uehke. Judge George Plaice SFCC Endowment Corp. DRUG STOKE
"Who's Who", foreign lanemwe 1I1t'II"un'It' and oilier reference works.Pharmacist member and Dr. Ut'rllurcl.lIIld..n.: Coordinator of the Starke Center. 166 W. Call StreetHome





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To determine the proper medica
tion, a Florida pharmacist will needto
ask customer-patients detailed
questions about their symptoms, Entertainment Concepts
medical histories and related: infor
mation. The law also requires that .

they keep detailed records of the U.S. 301 South (Bradford Square Shopping Center) 964-6946 .
drugs they prescribe, as well as the
patient's medical history. Clark said
that a nominal charge will be made .
for the service, to offset the additional
work required.Representative .
Everett A. Kelly,

a Astatula pharmacist-legislator, near Bushnell, says from the Put a Sony Walkman in
statute does not require any phar
macist to prescribe, but he predictsthat
5,000 of Florida's 7,000 practicing
life for the beach
pharmacists will decide to your
prescribe drugs. lie says phar ,
macists will continue to do the kind

of done"evaluation", asking patients they've about always their' jogging or biking this Itl

ailments and medical background.The .
difference is that they now have
the opportunity to be of greater ser summer.
vice to the community. FI ; A
Pharmacist Olin White, who has P
,been dispensing drugs in Starke for
-'waitandsee"attilude.Hewonders many years, says he will take a Special Price t..

how a pharmacist can begin charg
ing for advice which had been gratisin .
prior times.
Bobby Autrey, pharmacist and
manager of Mitchell's Drug Store is
aware of the law, but has made no --- You can buy for less.
advance preparations, pending its -, .
being implemented.The limited ,,,
number of drugs on the list precludeany =
major impact on drug sales, but you cannot buy a
Autrey says. lie is concerned about _
continued liability coverage and its

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March Is Music -- '
Double Cassette
In Our Schools Month

This March marks the twelfth na
tional observance of "Music In Our Panasonic &
Schools Month". Hundreds of AM/FM StereoDetachable
and communities Sill.
schools across our
nation will be celebrating in many
ways. others to select from EWe
The dedicated music teachers in Speakers
our county work each day to show
the students the vital and dynamic
force of music in the schools. Music
exalts the human spirit and invites a
transformation of the human ex have You Want The Boom
perience. It is also a source of our your
spiritual relationship with God and
creates a worship atmosphere in our
churches. Above all, music Pocket Size We -
enhances the quality of life.
I urge all members of our com
munity to support music in our
Got
schools and to participate as often as Micro Cassette Q t..
possible in activities which are
related to the music programs in our 1

county. Recorder A the -

Jim Duncan,Superintendent ? ,

Bradford County Schools .. ,
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Smith ScholarshipsCharles F,,, ,? aF .

Francis Director of Stu has everything
dent Services, announced that applications SPECIAL i ul4l:,;;, ,;,
are now available for the '' IIII
Foster Shl-Mary Anne Smith

Scholarships.was implemented This scholarship in program 1985 PRICE except the kitchen sink.

through donations made by the .
Smith family
Applications are available from
the School Board Office, the Starke-
Sara: Fe Center, and the financialaid Purchase
office of Santa Fe Community The Finest Sound .
College. These applications shouldbe
completed and returned by May Sale on
1, 1988 to the FOSTER SHI AND Any T V.
' MARY ANNE SMITH SCHOLAR ble Compact
: SHIP FUND, BRADFORD COUN TAPES
VIDEO
TY SCHOOL BAORD,582 N.Temple
.: Ave., Starke, FL 32091. in stock Disc
Four Scholarships will be awarded by Sony
in the amount of$300.00.These funds Panasonic $4. 99 e a.
: will be used for tuition, textbooks
: and related materials. To apply for (Receive 50 Free
'
: the scholarships, a Bradford County
: student must complete the requirements Gilbrator or Sony
for an Associate of Artsor Video Movies ,I.I, ,
Science Degree in the Florida
Community College System or two ;. ,e op.,
: (2)( years undergraduate work in
: the University System.
: The Selection Committee shall
: meet prior to,and announce winners fiill l .. w .t
i : on or before July 1 each year. All
.; aspects of the application will be
''I considered, but the final decision
will be determined by need.
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Conner Credits 'Miracle' of SFCC Center ,to Dedicated Community EffortCommissioner I



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of Agriculture Doyle Con- muting distance of 90 percent of all of me,a miracle is a phenomenon that cannotbe
ner, a native of Bradford County, cut his Florida's graduating high school seniors.We explained in rational terms and by the
speech short at the March 15 dedication of scientific method. I choose rather to call
have talked much in recent of
Santa Fe Community College Starke years and work that went into it
this ,
Centerj. the_ it +,
Center because of the threat of rain. achieving greater status in higher educa- "
tion. Reaching the upper quartile is set as a concrete example of what can be accomplished tpt
Since Conner's theme was largely a our next major objective in post-secondary when ordinary human beingsset t 1
tribute to the people of this community and education. In my opinion, providing com their sights high enough and have the
their ability to get things done, The munity college facilities near enough to all capacity for hard work and the dedicationto
Telegraph is printing Commissioner students who desire college courses and their goals to reach the end and reap
prepared speech which the making these institutions not only their reward.
would have delivered if weather had -
permitted physically accessible, but also open to Florida is rich in history.We ought to be ,
: enrollment for all high school graduates, Is more diligent in preserving the worthwhile ,. n'
a milestone in the development of things of the past, such as our Old Cour- ( :
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To com home to Bradford County is Florida's higher education system. thouse, rather than tear down these i
always a treat, but to come home for an occasion Bradford County students of Santa Fe historic buildings and build new, from the
as splendid as this is the best thing I are now able to complete course work for a ground up, the kind of lackluster,
can imagine. full associate of arts degree without hav- characterless edifices that abound In our t
ing to leave the county, unless they followa State. I am greatly pleased to see that you 4 / 1at
Since Bradford County began sending specialized course that cannot be offered have followed the example of our State In M
students to Gainesville about 20 years ago,
Tallahassee, where a major part of the
been here because too few students want to pur-
has one
Santa Fe Community College
sue that specialty.To historic old capitol was preserved, even
of the most influential institutions on our
though a modern "high rise" capitol was
city and county that has been known. Now, one who grew up here and graduatedfrom built to accommodate our expanding state
with the restoration of our Old 1902 Cour- Bradford High School, it is amazingthat government.Your .
thouse for the new SFCC Starke Center,we the people of little old Bradford County -
are expecting even greater ac would even take on a project of the immensity commendable efforts have provided -
complishments.There of raising almost a million dollarsto the young people, as well as many
renovate the Old Courthouse and turn it adults of Bradford County with a usable
how I feel
are no words to express wiliserve
durable and functional that
facility
into a college and community center.
to
effort, not
about this marvelous only
us well for uncounted years to come.
elevate the educational opportunities here That you were able to accomplish this is
for our young people, but at the same timeto a real tribute to the spirit of the people of The people of this community have
bring new life to the Old Courthouse. Bradford County. All of us should feel demonstrated that the American Dream is
tremendous gratitude to Guy and Betts Andrews not dead... that the ideal of a Democratic
Florida in opinion, embarked on the
my for the drive and the persistencethat society based upon an enlightened .
most promising program in our State'shistory become have -
paid off in success. citizenry can reality. They .
in 1957 when the State Board of
demonstrated once again that, with pur-
Education adopted the policy to provide Some people have said that we are in the pose and dedication, all things are possi- t.w t.
post-secondary education within com- presence of a "Miracle on Call Street." To ble. :

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911 System Would Speed tributed Correctional$600 to Institution the Chris Campbell last week Fund.con-

I $196.47 of this amount was raised through
Jaycee projects, and $403.53 came from IF yM Wa

Calls for Emergency ServicesThe contributions UCI.The by individual inmates of


Jaycee Inmate Chapter at Union

consensus is that the 911 Confusing? You bet! How much less Correctional Institution last week con-
tributed $600 to the Chris Fund.
emergency phone number would be a confusing it would be to have a 911 $196.47 of this amount was Campbell raised through

good thing for expedited service in case emergency number that even a child or Jaycee projects, and $403.53 came from

of fire, crime, accident, illness, naturalor an infirm elderly person could contributions by individual inmates of

manmade disasters, and other remember to call lICI.The
emergencies in Bradford County. But check was presented to Mrs.
the question still remains how to get Sheriff Dolph Reddish and County Pauline Aiken and Mrs. Maybelle
Commissioner Lawrence Mosley were Whitehead, who have headed the drive to
there ( to 911)) from the present maze of
raise
funds to send Chris victim
a of
numbers that now confront people when described this week in an out-of-town epidermolysis brulosa, to the Kozak Clinicin

seeking help in time of need, and how to newspaper as opposing the installationof Spain for treatment Mrs. Aiken and
resolve the differences of opinion con- a 911 system on grounds that "it is unnecessary Mrs. Whitehead are pictured at right with

cerning the cost and operation of a 911 and costly." Both now say the Jaycees who participated in this suc-
cessful
system. that they still have an open mind on the drive.

subject, although they have some The UCI Jaycee Chapter has 87 ......,. ....
members '--- --- -
in the with
Although no one agencies con- qualms concerning the costs involved.It Darryl Lopez as president.
cerned seems to know what the next Bill Isley( treasurer, served as chairmanof
isn't just the initial cost, which has
the fund-raising drive, with Vice-
step could or should be, interest in 911 is been estimated by a local telephone President Jerry Campbell as co-chairman. Chris Celebrates Fifth Birthday;
still alive and efforts toward resolvingthe
technician at around $25,000, but the
Other volunteer workers on the project
differences of opinion concerning cost of staffing the system unless cen- were Anthony Green, Lonnie Bobo, Willie
centralized dispatching, payment of tral dispatching could reduce operatingcosts Henry, Tony Roundtree, Elmer Marshall, Will Leave Tuesday for SpainOne
costs, and other present "stumblingblocks" through some consolidation of pre- Cedric Thomas, Bunny Brown, John Gar-
will hopefully be continued.In cia, and Rodney Lockett.
sent employees. A careful study of this The week after his fifth birthday, Chris Chris's future treatment and special diet
and other considerations should be Jaycees sponsor a continuing pro- preparation, as well
of Campbell will receive his best "birthdaypresent" as physical therapy
gram community projects, authorized
of Florida's counties
thirty-eight a decision is made. to the Kozak Clinic he will need to continue.
made before any by UCI Superintendent Tom Barton. yet a trip They expect t to
person confronted with an emergency and a possible cure for the severe skin return home about June,!.

situation can pick up the telephone and "Contrary to some published reports disorder E.B. (epidermylosis brulosa) Whitehead, of
Maybelle Keystone
dial 911 for help. In Bradford County the I have no objections to the 911 number ikit Letters to EditorReader from which he has suffered since birth. Heights and Pauline Aiken, of Crystal

excited person in distress thumbs fran- is affordable," the Sheriff said. '"In As the result of an intensive four-month Lake who have spearheaded fundraisingefforts

tically through the telephone directoryand fact, I would welcome being relieved of fund-raising effort, Chris and his mother, during the past four months to help
might call any one of five or six some of the large volume of Objects to accompanied by her close friend and Chris to a better life, express deep

numbers, depending on his or her needs, miscellaneous dispatching we handle at City Hall Sign helper, Brenda Sweat, are booked to leave club gratitude and other to God organization and every church the prison, each in-

because he doesn't know, or remember the jail now for other emergency ser- Banning 'NonSmokers'Editor the Jacksonville International Airport at mates at UCI and Lawtey Correctional In-
noon Tuesday, April 1, TWA to
on a
number he is Reddish out however plane stitution, various business leaders and the
the 964-6161 (county jail) vices. pointed JFK Airport, New York, and thence directly ,
supposed to call in time of need. that he is compelled by law to have a Telegraph: to Barcelona, Spain. By taxi they will go Starke-Bradford County governing bodies
certain number of custodial officers at It upsets me very much to go into the from there to Siguera, 50 miles away, and and their departments for the many way!
the jail, and would not be allowed to cut Starke City Hall to do business and see a will be met by clinic personnel and and in which they contributed essential to raising funds
services to make
The phone directory really isn't much if central office sign that reads "No Non-Smokers escorted into the mountains where the providing
number was .
the even a this succeed.As
project
Allowed" the door of the office that I
help to persons who are excited and on am Kozak Clinic is l located.
established.To .
under stress. They find the 964-6161 to go into. Chris progresses at the clinic over the
This offends me because I do not smoke.I Chris's mother and her friend, Brenda, next two months,the public will be kept in-
number listed under FIRE (Bradford help counties defray the cost of in- believe that this is against the law con- will live within the clinic compound where formed through the news media.

County, Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake), stalling and operating the 911 system, cerning public buildings. There is another they will work with the doctors and nurses Telephone calls from friends and sup-
and also listed for Lawtey police, the the State Legislature has authorized sign in the lobby that says "No Smoking". who administer the boy's treatment for the porters of Chris are welcomed by both
sheriff's office, and ambulance serviceat county governments to impose a sur- Why should our money be spent in taxes next two months. The two Brendas will !\Whitehead, 473-3581, and Mrs. Aiken,
and electric bills to support this type of attitude learn everything they need to know about 473-4441.
Kingsley Lake, Lawtey, and Starke. charge of 50 cents a month on telephone I hope that others will show their
The number listed for police in Starke is bills. On the basis of its population, it is feelings at the next City Election.

964-5400, and Kingsley Lake, 533-2111. estimated that Bradford County would (Name withheld on request) Forestry in Bradford County
The EMT (Emergency Medical) office raise enough from this source to about Editor's note: The Telegraph inquired at

number is 964-6911, but is not listed in pay for the $25,000 initial cost of the 911 Allowed"City Hall sign about and the was"No-Non told that Smokers one city By David W. Norton Bradford County Forester

the directory as such, because the per- system. This special levy at present is employee who smokes put the sign up as a Every summer the Division of Forestry give them hands-on experience with
son in need really should call 964-6161, limited to 18 months, but the next Joke. holds an environmental summer camp for biological field work. It will show the
the dispatcher at the jail.If legislature will be asked to authorize it So now the public can take its choice. all students ages 11 to 15. Unlike most students part of what "biologists",
as a "recurring cost" beyond the pre There are "No Smoking" signs at the City other camps, this is an effort to combine "foresters' or "ecologists" do for a liv-
Hall entrances and in the lobby, "Smoking outdoor recreation with outdoor Instruc-
you live in the southeastern tip of sent limit. Area" signs in most of the offices, and a tion in ecology and the environment. Each ing.It is beneficial to any student who spends

Bradford County and need emergency "No Non-Smokers Allowed" sign on the session lasts one week, and sessions are offered time outdoors, hunting, fishing or just
call distance to Some study will be needed to deter- door in question.Schools from the end of June through August. -walking. The names of trees and plants
have to long
service you mine whether this continuing fifty-cent During the week each student is a will be shown to them. Each student will
964-6161, and you know how long this charge coupled with possible savingsby member a five to eight person field team realize that there is more to a forest than
takes sometimes. Good luck, if your with central dispatching and Prison who explore the plants, wildlife, and other trees, more to a stream than water, and
house is burning. Of course the Hampton operating a aspects of the local area's environment. more to the_soil than just dirt.
system would be sufficient to install and also learn about the relationships This
Brooker and Keystone service They summer camp can provide a plea-
different operate the 911 system The County Building Funds Includedin between each different ecosystem and sant break for those students who do not
have
area of Bradford County learn how to detect simple pollution in the have
Commission should have some obliga- a summer job. They not only can enjoy
telephone exchanges and could call the tion in this area however, since it wouldbe water and air. They get to know the plants outdoor sports and recreation for a
911 number. If so, residents in the needed service to the State's 85-87 BudgetGovernor and animals that make up the environ- week, but they can also learn something
Keystone area would get an answer providing a ment, and learn their importance tc the they may use later In life.
and Brooker residents people of the county, one that cannot be overall balance of nature. Remember, the earlier you apply, the
from Melrose, calculated when lives are at stake or a Bob Graham's 1985-87 biennial The camp is still designed for enjoy more likely you are to get your first choice.
would get Gainesville. The calls could family's home is destroyed because of a budget recommendations include $502.742 ment. However, volleyball, fishing, and There are nine,one-week sessions beginning
then be relayed to Starke, with con- in in new construction money for Bradford swimming are some of the recreation activities June 15, and running through August
siderable delay.In few minutes delay getting emergency County schools, and $1,638,000 to replace offered. Comfortable dormitoriesare 16. A special program for 16-to-l8year olds
services to the location where they are temporary\ correctional facilities at provided for the week-long stay, and will be offered for the first time this year
needed with the minimum amount of Florida State Prison, Wayne Spivey, Clay well-balanced meals are served in a during the weeks of June 15, July 6, and
delay.In Commissioner and president of the modern,well-equipped dining hall. August 3 for groups of 16 students each.
an attempt to avoid having Florida Association of County Commis One camp is presently in operation The They will attend field trips and participatein
residents in these areas make long sioners, told the Starke Rotary Club last Environmental Center at WithlacoocheeState activities that are more forestryrelatedfor
distance calls, the Bradford County jail the meanwhile, while the issue is week. The budget also includes$158,136 for Forest, near Brooksville. The state those students interested in this
does have Gainesville exchange being considered and debated, every maintenance and repair of public schools, must charge the participants what it coststo specific field.
a telephone subscriber should post the and $54,516 for public school science facili- conduct the five-day program, and this Once again, three teachers from the
number 376-1502, but we doubt that present dispatching number, 964-6161, ty improvements;Spivey said. is $90 per student. Applications are accepted middle and junior high schools may attend
very many people have this informa- These allocations Include required local, on a first come first served basis, any of these sessions at no cost except
tion. on or near the telephone. effort, discretionary local effort, and state and those who apply early will have a bet- their transportation to the center This
general revenue dollars. They do not in- ter chance of attending during the session may provide certain science teachers
clude funds for public school operations. they choose. techniques to Instruct'an outdoor en-
The curriculum is designed to adapt to vironmental science program at their.
Spivey said that Florida counties should students of all ability levels from those schools.
start preparing now for the state's rapid completing the 6th grade this June, up to Anyone Interested in an application formor
growth which will make it the fourth most high school age.It more information should contact the
populous state in the nation by 1990. A would be very interesting to those considering County Forester, either at the Agriculture
thousand new residents are arriving in careers In biological or environmental Building in Starke, or phone 964-6280, ext.
Because of the rotation of the earth,an object can be thrown farther If It thrown west. Florida. every week, he said. sciences. This program;\ will 219.








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Gray House' Wed in Hb he CersmonyJ; I Weddings\


Deborah Ann Cray of Ciruccville, length'red -satin dress" with Lady Two crystal punch. bowls wire Social Side Receptions

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C, !Diana neckline and sleeves that was circled by greenery and: white mums Parties
I Kuulk of Starke, and Shawn Matthew! gathered at the waistline. She carried Serving punch were Valarie the
I louse of Graceville,son ol 1\1"s. Janet a bouquet orSvlnte). roses with red rose Chambers, Bonnie Hildreth, Sue of Announcements
Oesler of Auburn, Wash, were unitedin accents. Byers and Sue Roberts. >'>')'< Church Items
marriage Saturday, March 15, at 2 !Lunette J'ill'is!, I and Vonciel Kutch Mr. and Mrs. Welch greeted' the News Club News'
A. p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs were directors. guests at the door. Ramona Jordan, Gladys Mooly
Patrick B. Welch on N. Walnut Street, The bride, given in marriage by her Donna Brewer, Joy Johnson and Eve 964-7608
.,. Starke, with notary M. Benton I Kutch lather worc'ti while satin waltz length Jones cut the cake Miss Debbie Jones
performing the nuptials gown with' white lace overlay, kept the bride's book. Assisting'were
I gathered at the waistline. It had a Mrs. Anita Griffis and Mrs. Brenda %_______
The couple repeated (heir, vows in style bodice and elbow Jones.
II front, oJ'a centerpiece of rod carnations length pull'sleeves with lace on the
I in an antique wicker stand with culls. She wore pearl/ earrings and I Following a wedding trip to Disney
palms on cither side and Hanked by neeklaceutd I curried a bouquet of red World and Epcot Center the couple is Johns and Crews
lour arrangements of while chrysanthemums. and white loses She wore white silk residing at 40 Institute Place,
I I I roses in her hair. fracevillo; FI.
I The bride's" table was centered with The bride is a UF graduate, a
Koiiiild Jones, brother-in-law ol the a three tiered wedding cake with red former kindergarten teacher at Announced
bride, was soloist. roses and surrounded by greenery Klarke 1 Elementary: School and a student Wedding
tw Donald Lajoie served as host man. and white chrysanthemums accented at Baptist Bible Institute. -
i! Mrs Sarah Jones attended as by a white lace table cloth with red The groom is a student at Baptist
Mr. and Mrs C.A Johns
iVir. unit Airs House matron of honor She wore a walt liner' Bible Institute announcethe
I engagement of their daughter
Lari Ann to Mark Allen Crews, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Crews of


I Joan Chitty Hosts Rehearsal Dinner March 14 Brooker.Bradford The bride-elect High School graduated, and attended from

Santa Fe Community College of
I Mrs. Joan '1'. I'lnityas hostess: tit I throughout the party looms holding crystal: epergne\ holding an arrangement candelabrum' holding pink burning Gainesville.The .
a candlelight dinner" honoring her burning pink tapers. ol pink 1'111111lilil's interspersed I tapers Hanked the centerpiece.. bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom
son, K.i uulal I Franklin" Chilly II and The guests were served bullet with while spires: and baby's Three other tables were set up in Bradford High School and at-
his bride-to-be, Candacc Julia style in Ihe dining room Iron) two breath.1'his was I tanked with a pair the family room area and were all tended Lake city Community Col- ,
Whitlow, Krul.iv. March l-t. lollow- I bill' I lets' A !large pair ol brass ol three arm silver! candelabrum covered with lace cloths placed over lege of Lake City.
ing I their! wet duig rehearsal 'ho( sconces holding twelve pink burning hul.linI'illk/( burning tapers Placed pink and yellow liners, and were The wedding date is planned for
event was hold a the ('11111 R' home on 1.lpl"'s I were placed over the bullet! atone directly Illll'Onlol il the bride's placewas centered with pink azaleas and burn- June 7,1986.The .
Searing Street' in St.u'ke. end ol the room On the Mile: bullet a immature bride! doll cake. At ing tapers. bride-elect is currently
reeling and \telcotmng the I was placed a pail' ol three" aim her atlC'nd.lllls I ) places were placed a During the evening the bride and employed with the Office of the State
guests: al the lour ol I the home was silver, candelabrum holding pink pair ol bridesmaid: doll cakes in groom presented their wedding attendants Attorney in Starke. rL
I Mr. anti :Mis. TIIII1'1'1111.; :Msicraml: horning tapers. At the Ian end ol the pink. with personal mementoes. The bridegroom-elect is currently .
l rothcr-m-l.t\\ ol the groom.\ room" was a large arrangement ol The usher's honor table was placed Invited to join the bride and groom employed with Lewis Timber Co of Lori Ann Johns
The home \\as decanted for the spring blossoms, which was I Linked in the family room ol the home, were 30 guests which included Starke. Mark AII.rCr.wsJoiner
occasion v itli arr.ingcmeiils: ol pink candelabrum with burning pink and was covered with an importedlace members ol their wedding party
and. whitevlew, largo bostontnd: tapers. tea cloth placed over a mint immediate family members and
iii'llico.il ferns, arbieolas and large The honor! table in the dining room green liner. This was centered with guests rw
1.lI1ginlh.I'I: \ ,* Iropieal plants was covered with an imported lace nil rangemcnl; sweetheart roses Assisting Mrs. Chitty in preparing
:and lotus Caiiclel.ibiimi and\ luiriieane lea cloth over a pink table liner, and 1'1.1I'I'dlinelC'I' a large crystal dome.A lor and! !serving the guests was Mrs. ,
I.imps uere placed was centered with a silver\ and pair, ol Ihree arm silver Drew Reddish

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I Bridesmaid Luncheon Held to Honor Mary. WattersonMiss.MaiN HarperTo


: \\'.un i .>onua.shonoredat Inch \ sHotS m arrangi-aienu wilhpink i .HI.11'1,11'11111I:. and with china place occasion, Hostesses assisting Mrs.
,i bridesmaid; luncheon at the ( bows for each (table. Another cards.Sixteen. Greene were Mrs Betty Allen and Wed
hnine ol :Mrs( : John' C Cileene: Sr.. i.ible,, was set up in the living room. guests I were invited to at- Mrs. Carolyn Taylor NlB.iidO
'.lIlIp Bl.iii'liiiu 1 : Saturday.' I'he dining "room table was overlaid tend. Alter the luncheon the bride
with a white lace Army-Navy presented attendants with a giftas Corsages were presented to !Mrs. Mrs Janice Joiner announces the
I'he Mm I',,, i 1111..11\\. l u tablesone i.ibledoth centered with a silk aI'.Il1g'II11'lIt a memento ol the occasion. The !Morris Williams, !Mrs Freddie Wat- engagement and approaching mar-
mi mach side uith while lace cloths 01'p'lng lowers I and bride was also presented" a gift from terson and Mrs. WC. Ward, grand- riage ol her daughter Belinda Dawn
? nli while! basket-.ol. pink\ grass With mill! peach tapers in the silver! the hostesses' as u memento of the mother of the bride. Joiner to Timothy Wayne Harper,
son of !Mrs Olivia Harper ol Starke
and Wayne Harper of Brooker.

Did You Know ",.......,....,............" ........,...........................,............,oo........,............................................................,......... Belinda is also the daughter of the
late Billy Joiner.
;Mrs. ":mlll.IHI'ne'I'aver has donberry N.H were weekend guests are spending this week with their :Mr.. and Mrs. Nathan Ricks of : The wedding will be an event of
returned alter a months visit with ol ;Mr. and !Mrs. Robert Green grandparents! and Mrs. W.J. Florissant, Mo were weekend guestsof June 28, in the Bajless Hiway Bap-
:Sirs Kemper Stevens in Sanford. Frick. !Mrs. L..II. Gibson. tist Church.
Mrs. Oler Crosby and children of Dawn is a graduate of BradfordHigh
friends:Sirs and J.G.relatives Jackson is visiting Fort Lauderdale are spending this Mr. and !Mrs. George W. Brown had 'Mrs. Wilma O'Brian has returned Down J,;".r School and is presently
w eek. in Elba, Ala. this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. as guests !March 1417II': and Mrs. cilter. :several: days in St. Vincent'sMedical Tlm"IIv! Woyn Horp.rGraudon employed part-time at Goodman'sGulf
George Muggins. Ralph Brown of Iledkey, Ind., Mr. <<: Center. and U-Haul Station.All .
and Mrs. Rex Brown of Fayetteville, friends and relatives are in-
:M t's. K.P. :McLendon ;Mr. and !Mrs W.
is visiting George Brown and vited to attend.
Ga., Mrs Silas E. Brown and Mr.
:Sirs: Ann ::\IoLI'ndonlid\ family in spent the weekend at Bulow-KOA Ke\m Miller, who graduated from ,
!Mrs. Bill Stevens of Savannah, Ga.,
the College of Civil Engineering at UF
Blowing Rock N.C. Da.tona.nyan .
campground near
and Mr. and !Mrs. Norman Kigdon in Dec.. I'JHS, has accepted a position
:Mr. and Sirs: Bob Lalond of LOllI and Shaun Frick of AlachuaGna's and.Mr. and !Mrs. Tarry Quigley and with Havens-Emerson Environmen- Hqzen Wed Jaimee Patterson

_.. .....- ra..aot....... .'04 4'0 .,.iW-/1 .411. IA.Y.,.*.,family.i.! !<*r of Jacksonville.!. ,. r i )ts11! Engineering" consulting firm; in Celebrates 1st BirthdayJaimee
I 'Bosron fass. ,
Ji ; .
i !Mr and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent Hhiannon Patterson,
t'l :.. -. Thursday to Sunday in Bonifay Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monk, Sr. of March 14Fred daughter ol Bobby and Teresa Patterson
visiting her mother, Mrs. Nell Pi kin Gainesville were Saturday visitors of celebrated her first birthday
and attended !Mrs. Baldwin's :Mrs. W.B. L. Graudon, Ann Johns
Mundy Mary Sunday Feb 23 at her home.
:a' Classic Cuts & Styles fl nephew's wedding. and Jan Oglesby announce the mar- The Sesame Street theme was carried -
4 Mr. and !Mrs. F.R. Seralin and riage of their mother Vera C. out wIth decorations of balloons
Wants You To Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hazen of children of Cranl'ord N.J visited Graudon, to T.C (Cliff) Hall'n on streamers and a Cookie !Monster birthday -
Jacksonville were Sunday guests of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. March 14. cake
!Mr and !Mrs Guy Andrews and attended .\ind Mrs J.D. Warren last week and The couple arc residing on E. Call The guests enjoyed refreshmentsand
;2i C8c CRcautiJuQ? (j 01'1q,( ...t teit. the Antique Show. spent a day Disney World Street. watching Jaimee open her
r \ '- presents. Special guests were
i15- S,1 Neu II. Jaimce's grandparents, Pauline
\ $ D iJ: s STARKECHURCH DeVore and :Mr and Mrs Bob Patterson -

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Suit A Temple Joann Jordan BaffleW Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Morning Worship . . . 11 am The Executive Board of the Junior1Voman's
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across street'from BHS Maria C. Walker Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: pm :.March :ll al 7-iO: I p m. in (he Hoard
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Local Girl Compete at Fla. Starlight

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Apryl Dawn Seeley andtaindlce.,| : ,
Jean Thomas, were both crowned} / In
I their division at the inttrida) r i t4 ,,,1, 7
Starlight Pageant, held Mafch'iln; ,
1RAWSOliRE Trenton. >'

S I Apryl, age 13, is the daq ht i r of
George and Brenda Seeley of
Lawtey She placed first iri'the beau Atr
ty competition and received a
crown, trophy and banr// r. Apryl
also placed first in the Modeling
competition and received a crown,
trophy and banner. Apryl was sponsored -
by Mr, and Mrs, Tom Bement y
and Kenwin Dress Shop of Slarke n t
Apryl the granddaughter of Hazel
Jones of Lawtey and Bernice
Jackson of Starke.

Candice Jean, age 3, is the
daughter of Randy and Cindy
Thomas of Starke. She placed first In '
the Beauty competition and receiveda 4r. .
crown, trophy and banner Can-
dice also placed first in the Glamour
Girl & Boy pageant in the 2.3 age

division held Club.March She 1, at received the StarkeWoman's a (L.R) Candice Thomas, Apryl Seeley,Ananda Thomas

crown, trophy and banner. Candicewas Apryl 1 and Candice will be competing
Glamour Girl pageant She receiveda
sponsored by Terwillegar Florida
in the Starlight of
trophy for each Amanda was
Motors and City Fish and Meat held in
State Finals
sponsored by Starke Video and Ken- Pageant
Market of Starke.
Gainesville\ on April 18, 19 & 20.
Amanda Jeanette Thomas, age 21 win Dress Shop of Starke. Candice
months also the of and Amanda are the grand-
daughter Randy
Apryl, Candice and Amanda
Thomas daughters of Beverly and the late
& of Starke
Cindy placed
l first runner-up in the Starlight Loyd J, Bryan, Sr, and N,D, and the would like to thank their sponsorsfor
pageant and first runner-up in the late Edna Thomas of Starke all their support





I Hampton Hilites i ..................... .,.,....,.,..,..:.,. .;. ..,......: . ....


Congratulation the meeting held on March 17 at the Taylor; 2Cth Tina Buckallew\ and
Samantha Lynn Booth Western Steer Steakhouse. Corey VanSyckel; 28th Charlotte
Robert and Penny Booth of Wilmajean initiated the Patient Smith, 29th Jessica Fisher and
Gainesville announce the birth of Care project which is very helpful at 'Sallye Scoggins; 31st, Gene Wit
their baby daughter, Samantha the Hospital as well as encouraging Dena Racllord, Leroy Hhoden andFannie
Lynn. She was born on March 22 at volunteers to do office work, help Brookins.
Alachua General Hospital weighing organize the clean linen closets and V Isitois!
8 lbs 6 oz. and measured 21 inches work in the Hospitality Shop Last Joe and Debbie Meng of
She joins her two-year-old brother, year Wilmajean served as Chair Thomasville, Ga spent the weekend '
Cole Robert. man at the Hospital Booth sponsoredat visiting his parents and friends here
Paternal grandfather is Robert the Bradford County Fair, Madonna Gilbert and daughters,
Booth of Melrose. lludj I Is Hit Karen and Anna of Durham, N,C.
Paternal grandmother is Judy Rudy DeWaters celebrated his arc !spending two weeks with her
Bauer of Houston, Texas.: 86th birthday on March 18. He was parents, Mr and Mrs Fran Meng,
Maternal grandparents are Janet presented with a decorated cake topped and other relatives and friends
Flythe of Hampton and John Flythe, with a Big 86 while attending the Home f i'om Hospital
Sr. of Gainesville. Senior Citizens Meeting in Starke. William Lahn returned home last
OFF1 Maternal great grandfather is The cake was made by Hazel week alter several weeks al NorthFlorida
William Lahn of Hampton. Thomas and was ablaze with 1 Itospnal for treatment
\\ilniajpdn Elected President candles. Rudy appreciated all the lampion Elementary School
Congratulations to Wilmajean good wishes of his triends that day t'rillfllMlOH! 1'1 I' I'n"1I
Terry who was elected president of Other" :M.iuh BiitlKlajs Certificates! were presented! to
: the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary at 25th Kad Watterson and Amy students onThursdd9March 27, for
Honor Roll and Perfect Attendancefor
"'1 ....rn the fourth six weeks grading
shpyrlYIAIGIoUyr1UV111dVIlYIrINI\ \ \ \ ( p \'11I"IIIVtl"IIIIII'I"jlQMItW\ \ :: period

Receiving all A's were:
Kindergarten" C'la.vton Archey,
OUR Make their faster Handy Brooks Alicia Crosiey'Fed-
dy Demaiee Hannah Ford: David
Green Vicki llutto John McMillan,
i iI Susan Parnienler Troy Patersonand
; bright and beautiful! Paul Phillips. Grade I Hone Ar-
they Alicia Baker Jennifer Glenn,
.
Kite-name, Jason McCullough
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Jwit'c HI'fIr.\ \ ir'11use161: : I .i II ,: I, ..,. IL9POAAi"f'harltllicy': +#JRN8Grade.i
s n. I nc r enw? "ill L/ \ d, I
: : ::0;. : 0 '('F19Slrt Broome, Jennifer
: :,; Nutter1"
Nicki
-= Dai ley. C K. Fuqua
:::; and Lain'el Sanlunl, Grade 4 Kurt
ENTI
Wilson
Attaining all A's and B's were:
? Grade 1 Shannon Aquinaldo, Cd-
ward Baker, Ted Crawford, Jaclyn
Crews, Kris Unison! Hoy Rhoden,
Angela Stncklaml and Handw Bar-
i num Grade. 2 duties Crawford,
Jenny Johnson Melissa Kyle and
April Scoggms bade 3:J Julie Collins
Wayne Crawford Sonya
s I(lodges, Jennifer Jones, Tracey Mc
INVENTORY f Cullough and Cory Wright 4th
lu Grade Jose Aviles, Adam

Crawford Angela Maker, Eric: Don-
-
3 noising Henry Stewart and Stacey
Find your own expression of the many joys of Easter Young, 5th Grade Gene But,
-. with lust the right card from Hallmark! EASTER Sunday Donald Dick Danielle Horsey, Billy
3, Is March 30th Kyle and Crystal Wilson! Grade 6 -
.:zJ:: Mark 'rnvl'ord: Joey( Hall and Fletcher -
1 Rodders Grade 7 Wyatt Collins
and T,J, Oiton,
Clark's-\ ,..,; Having Pi-ilfct Attendance were:

&,:,r SHOP lL.rrlC. D Kindergarten Clayton Auhey,
.u.I\
-- John
llutto
Alicia Cl'o.ley.'kkl:
McMillan Susan l'armenter Paul
Near Bradford Square Starke Phillips, Shawn Kowlcy and Danny
Wiggins Grade 1 Hope Auhi'y Edward -
Baker Denyse F.dwaids, Jen-
niter Glenn, Louann Hill, Steve Innocent -
ALVAREZ PLUMBING"9645219 .Jason McCullough mid Roy
Khuden Grade2 Charles
Crawford, Jenny Johnson: Melissa
\ 964-43121 Kyle, Timmy May James IlhodiMi! !
or and Jennifer Scaicy Grade 3 C K
Futiu.i, Maik South and Laurel San-
lord Grade 4 Angela Baker Chris
Complete Plumbing Service Brown Eric lJol1ner'lotag1ol'gan:
r Ksty and Stacy Young. Grade 5 -
M Sewer Cleaning Gone But, Johnny Powers Jennifer
t" Holey and Sarah Umleiwood.
\ t'. Water Heaters Grade Joey Hall. David (Fee/ell
f 'I William.. Puce David HobeiN( und
t All Plumbing Fixtures Fletcher (lodgers Guide Tilfany
Clark Wyatt Collins Caine M
?
i" Commercial :Manning, Chiisly Manning, T' J, Or-
./ Industrial ton :Macey Hhocicn Donald Smithand
Mary Wood,
$
.. Residential Siltiinl' lliili< ."H
; School will not he in session: on
\:;.. 4 .. Pumps & Repairs Good (o'l'idaylarch! 28 Spring
Owen Alvarez, Owner IItrt.t7. Holidays.arethe.same week as the
._ -- Biadl! 01'((,County .Fair, April 7 thru'
11
"'I'1 eaIs 111"| || TcslsAttenclance I
during I the CTBS
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Testing last 1 Wt't'llas very good! Asa
reward the students: watched the
movie on Fiulay. ..n..by. (Gill: and!
the Little Peoplo",
212 N. Church Street In the nl lei'noon they ueietieatcd!
Starke by the PTA to a Pupcoin and Pops-)

Invites You tie Paily
:Secoud.rude Sn.ukH
To Worship With Us TIIlII"Hlay allernoon, Mrs

During These Holy Days Bagwells second l graders madoHe.illhv
Snack Bails, Ingietlieiitii!
'
: March 27.30 used weir! honey, wheal gl'I'm, cane 1
,i iliy peanut Inillol1 and nonfat dry
,.11 I. MAUNDY THURSDAY: Liturgy for Maundy Thursday and Holy milk 'I'hi* hilid d i i\'lIjnY11{ formal og\
(this mixluie inliv lvll's.' :and eating
} g Eucharist. 7:30 p.m. '
I} L them,
.- GOOD FRIDAY For Good Friday with Holy Communion _._ .
7. I : Liturgy -- ----- 'IO ---
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from the reserved Sacrament, noon (followed by Meditations on Did You Knrfw..,. '
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STARKE: 430 West Madison ut r.eet1k" the Seven Words, ending at 3:00 p.m.).
: Stephanie Sandeison\ ol Gamesvillii
I oaCOO HOLY SATURDAY'iiilurgy lor J ,Holy ,Saturday, 9:00 a.m. is visiting her gl"IUltt'ill't'lIt"! !Mr. and
i .IF 10" Mis. S,(;, Deninark'teveral days this
\ d I EASTER DAY: The4"] Vigil.of Easter and Holy Eucharist, 5:30 week 'i i vMr '.

I I '1,'. 10 a.m., followed by breakfast In the Parish Hall. ..
Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. ""'' 'I mid Mrs W.T. Jackson Sr
were on business in Albany Ga'overtlU'
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Speakers from Santa Fe Healthcare Systems Featured at Meeting of Hospital AuxiliaryMs.



Patsy Truhow, director of com- Mrs. W.H. Thomson, president, Jean Terry; 1st vice-president, Mrs. membership fees will be due m April. procedures. The Tel-Med tapes are related businesses, and tour aux,:

munications for the Santa Fe presided at the business .meeting Green; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Rose Auxiliary members attending the products of this department, as are iliaries. Presently, Ms. Harris

Healthcare System, Inc., and her which followed the program. McConnell; Recording Secretary. Northeast District meeting of ther brochures, all arrangements for Holder, is aiding in the formation lan

assistant, Ms. Llcla Harris-Holder, On behalf of the Nominating Com- Mrs. Roxanne Ruckdeschel; Cor- Association of Florida Hospital Aux- special events, such as dinners, auxiliary at Calhoun Hospital, the

were guest I speakers at the March mittee, Mrs. Gerrl Green presentedthe responding Secretary, Mrs. Sophie iliaries on March 20-21 at the races, and Bradford Hospital's own last to be formed within the Santa Fe

general-dinner meeting of the Bradford list of proposed candidates for the Kimutis; and Treasurer, Mrs. Linda Memorial Medical Center in Jackson- "topping-off" ceremony held last Healthcare System's present group.

Hospital Auxiliary. coming! year: President, Mrs. Wilma Kay Johns. Mrs. Marguerite Hall and ville were: Bernadine Early, Agnes year, as well as patient guides, The tapes and articles of Tel-Med,

Mrs. Midge Frick are nominated to Dinkins, Wilmajean Terry, Gerri surveys and much, much more. which have proved very popular in

serve as directors. The officers will Green, Midge Frick, Nela McGee and Locally! radio and newspapers Bradford County, are a product of the

be installed at the June general Linda Johns. 61 attended the Presi- spots are used to promote events, and Communications Department. Soon

meeting of the Auxiliary. This dent's council on March 20, with 238 to educate the public with health approaching the end of their second

Jacksonville meeting is held in June instead of attending for the 3 days.In topics and new ventures. year of availability to local residents) ,

May, due to a conflict with the their talk during the program, The Communications Departmentis Tel-Med has regularly had well over a

Memorial Day Holiday.Mrs. Ms. Trubow and Ms. Llcia Harrls- fully responsible for design, layout hundred calls a month.

Holder stressed: writing content, and distributionof
Green, membership chair The scope of the Communications material related to Santa Fe. Last Ms. Harris-Holder is in charge of

Business ReviewPITTMAN man, presented a list on new Department seems virtually year, the Communications handled the five rural hospitals, and is already
limitless the from 200 items and well-known to members of the Bradford
members: Louise Talley, Marverine running gamut separate over 300
Bayes, Louise Mattheus, Mabel designing and taste-testing logo- forms, in addition to arrangementsfor Hospital Auxiliary, as she

NeSmith, Joyce Riherd, Jeanne Cor- embossed chocolate bars used as corporate the many special events held photographed the recent Auxiliary30th

& SONS nell and Bonnie Thacker. gifts to technological articles within the Healthcare System, which Anniversary party, and has aided

Wholesale Vegetables & Fruits Mrs. Green also stated that describing( new equipment or medical inr liirio rive hnsmtals: IS health- in many hospital-related functions.

5100 Longleaf- Jacksonville FL

Phone 768-6888 and 7687771Pi'tman Items of Interest I


& Sons have served the Jacksonville area for over half a century -

with the very finest in fresh vegetables and fruits. Also frozen foods DAR Holds Henderson, Recording Secretary, gave a most interesting and Infor- Reddish was crowned king in the

and food service. Wahoo Salads and Coleslaw made fresh daily with only Meeting Mrs. Nancy Reitinger, Treasurer, mative talk on Researching Your birth to two-year-old division in the

the freshest ingredients with no chemical and no preservatives. March 20 at Mrs. Emily Wahl, Registrar, Mrs. Family Roots. Mrs. Lewis em- recent Glamor Pageant.

Pittman & Sons provide a large stock of fresh fruits and vegetables for Kingsley Lake Margaret Brown, National Defense phasized how important it is for your Brett, sponsored by Davis, Monk I

the people of this area to choose from. Truly valued business asset, Chairman Mrs. Jewelle Brown and chapter officers to have good Infor- and Farnsworth, was crowned at the

because of the high quality of vegetables, fruit and frozen food handled. Mrs. George Brown was hostessfor Press Book, Mrs. Peggy Thomas. mation to carry out their duties and Starke Woman's Club March 1 in the

They have gained for this section a commercial prestige as an excellent the meeting of the Colonel Mrs. Taber reported on the recent keep accurate records. DAR is a lot Glamor King and Queen Pageant.

market for retailers that could be gained in no other manner. Samuel Elbert Chapter National DAR Conference in Miami and of fun and makes real friends. He received a crown and a large

If you want anything in the fresh vegetable, fruit and frozen food line, Society Daughters of the American displayed the certificate the chapterwas Social hour followed the meeting trophy.

telephone them or call at their establishment and when you have decided Revolution of Keystone Heights on presented for admittance to the with Mrs. Brown serving a dessert Brett is the son of Doug and Wan-

what you want, you can depend on it that Pittman & Sons will see that you Thursday March 20th at her home on National Society Daughters of the course assisted by Mrs. Peggy da Reddish and grandson of Drew I
get it.They. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Nancy American Revolution. Mrs. Taber Thomas. Guests present besides and Ada Reddish, of Starke, and J.

have been closely allied with large business interest of Jackson- Reitinger gave the Scripture also reported that a set of flags had Mrs. Lewis were Mrs. Louise C. and Delores Wynn of Keystone

ville for over half a century and have been instrumental in the upbuildingof reading and Worship Program on been presented to the chapter by Latimer of Gainesville and Mrs. Heights.

this area. Pittman & Sons has received the patronage from the entire "Majestic Day". Mrs. Dot Andrews of Gainesville.Mrs. Christine Lawson of Starke.

people because you get quality service and price here.Public Officers for the coming year were Henderson introduced the Crowned "The winds and waves are alwayson
announced: Regent, Mrs. Mattie speaker, Mrs. Ralph Lewis, Regentof Brett Reddish the side of the ablest

Taber, Vice-Regent, Mrs. MaeIN the Gainesville Chapter,DAR who Thirteen-month-old Brett Andrew navigators" Edward Gibbon

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I Notices


NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. peceosed. sonol Representatives and the Personal
uses.Written
AUCTION NOTICE REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe objections or comments on Representatives' attorney are set forth

NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Pursuant Io SectIon 665.09, FloridaStatutes FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. administration of the Estate of this application may be filed with the below.

March 31, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock notice I. hereby given thai the CASE NO.,8441-CP: MARY JANE JONES Deceased File No.: Governing Board of the Suwannee River All persons having claims or demands,
A.M. the undersigned Gator undersigned Lorraine Champion and FILE NO.: 1.3573 86-21.CP(1-3716)( ). Is pending In the Circuit Water Management District Route 3, against the estate are required WITHIN

Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction Don Champion, Sr., joint owners, doing 'In ReESTATE: Court for Bradford County Florida Box 64, Live Oak FL 32060 until THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville business under the firm name of Champion OF PAUL DALE BROWN, Probate Division the address of which I. 4/14/86. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to

Fla.. one lot of cabinet consigned Travel Agency, 838 N. Temple Ave.. Deceased Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, SUWANNEE RIVER file with the Clerk of the above Court a
to Sklar Fab. Ft. Laud.rdal., Fla. to Starke, Florida Intends to register said NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Florida 32091. WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT written statement of any claim or demand
satisfy freight and storage charges, fictitious name under the aforesaid All PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR The names and addresses of the personal I tchg 3/27 they may have Each claim must
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of statute. DEMANDS AGAINST' THE ABOVE ESTATE representative and the personal be in writing and must Indicate the basis

Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Dated this 18th day of March A.D., AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN representative's attorney are set forth NOTICE OF for the claim the name and address of

Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Corner 1986, In Bradford County. THE ESTATE: below APPLICATIONOn the creditor or his agent or attorney and
04-709471 dtd 1/28/86 3/20 4tpd 4/10 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Interested persons are required to 2/24/86 301 TAVERN P.O. BOX the amount claimed, if the claim is not
3/202tchg 3/27 administration of ,the Estate of PAUL file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON 355 HAMPTON FL 320... mad application yet due, the date when it will become
DALE BROWN Deceased Is pending/ In THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS for water use permit 86-00024 for due shall be stated If the claim is con
AUCTION NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR the Circuit Court far Bradford Courtly NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate an average dally withdrawal of 0.0008 tingent or unliquidated the nature of the

NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida Probate Division' the address of and ((2)) any objection by an Interested million gallons per day from ground uncertainty shall be stated If the claimis
DIVISIONFile '
day March 31 1986. at 10:00: o'clock PROBATE which Js P.O. Drawer B, Stork., Florida peson to whom notice was mailed that waters located In Section 07. Township secured the security shall be descnbed .
Number 85.121CFDIVISION f
A.M., the undersigned Gator 1-3697 32091' The' Personal Representative; of challenges the validity of the will, the 07 South Range 22 East Bradford County The claimant shall deliver sufficient

Freightways, Inc, will sell at public auction She Estate >Is MARY D. BROWN whose qualifications of the personal representative Florida for water utility uses. copies of the claim to the Clerk to enable
'IN RE: ESTATE OF or jurisdiction of the Written objections or comments on the Clerk to mail to each Per
venue one
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville RUBY B HAYES. adareis Is P.O. Box 1233, Stark' Florida copy
Fla., one lot of door consigned to 32091 The name and address of the Personal Court. this application may be filed with the serial Representative
American Dream Homes, Orlando Fla., Deceased Representative's attorney ore st ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Governing Board of the Suwannee River All persons Interested in, the estate to
to satisfy freight and storage charges, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA forth below: SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Water Management District Rout 3, whom a copy of this Notice of Administration .
under the of Section 4b) of The administration of the estate of Publication of this Notice has begunon Box 64, Live Oak FL 32060 until has been mailed are required -
provisions All having claims' or demands
Number
RUBY B. HAYES deceased Fl/ persons
March 27, 1986. 4/14/86. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
85 321''CF. Is pending In the Circuit Court against the Estate are required WITHIN
Gator Freightways, Inc.. Carrier Personal Representative: SUWANNEE RIVER WATER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
for Bradford Florida ProbateDlvl.lon
05.564807 dtd 1/14/86 County Ralph Steven Varnum MANAGEMENT DISTRICT THIS NOTICE to file any ejections
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
the address of which Is Brad- .
P.O. Box 244 Itehg 3/27 have that the validity
challenge
they
3/20 2tchg 327IN may
file, with he Clerk/ of the above Court a
ford Courthouse, Stark. Florida.
County Hampton FL 32044Attorney of the decedent's Will the qualified
Th. names and addrsss of the per written statement of any claim or demand for Personal RepresentativeP.O. tions, of the Personal Representatives, or
EIGHTH NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
THE CIRCUIT COURT they hove Each claim/ / must
/ and the personalrepresentotiv.i may
representative Box 1056 the jurisdiction of the Court
venue or
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR be In writing and must Indicate/ the basisof
set forth .
are
attorney Florida 32091 ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS (
Starke Pursuant Section 865.09, FloridaStatutes
FLORIDA. address of
BRADFORD COUNTY. the claim the name and
below, Telephone ((904)964-7262) NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
notice is that the
hereby given
86-68 and
Cote No. All Interested/ are required to the creditor or his agent or attorney,
of persons the amount claimed. If the claim Is not 3/212tchg 4/2 undersigned Eloulse Hill sole own.r.dol..g BARRED, 1
IN RE The Marriage
: file, with this court. WITHIN THREE MON Date of the first, of this
RONALD R. BOLDER, Husband, yet due, 'the date when It will become business under the firm name of publication
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS f f19B6.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Notice of Administration is March 27,
301 liquors 2309 N. Temple Ave,
and due shall be stated If the claim Is contingent
NOTICE I all/ claims / the estate
: ( ) against JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I
Starke, FL, intends to register said fieMtious -
the of
Wife or unliquidated, nature
BOLDER.
TERESA A. an'Inl.r.st.dp.rson
and ((2) any objection by BRADFORD FLORIDA. Personal
COUNTY RepresentativesCLYDE :
under the aforesaid/
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO served the uncertainty shall/ be stated. If the name
on whom this notice was GREEN
CASE NO.: 86 20 CP(1-3715)( )
RONALD R. BOLDER claim Is secured, the security shall be statute
he will,
: the validity of
that
challenges IN RE The Estate of P.O. Box 25,
Dated this 27th day of March 1986 in
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU described/ The claimant shall deliver
th. of the personal
qualifications PAUL E. PAYNE Brooker, FL 32622 arid,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action representative, venue or Jurisdiction/ of sufficient/ copies of the claim to the Cleric Deceased. Bradford County JOHN CECIL CONE
for dissolution of marriage has been the court. to enable the Clerk/ to mall one copy to 3/274'chg4/17
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Route 1, Box 290Smoker
filed against you and you are required to ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT each Personal Representative. administration of the estate of Fl 32622
of written defenses, If All Interested 'In the Estate to
serve a copy your SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. persons ATTORNEY FOR PERSONALREPRESENTATIVES
PAUL E. PAYNE, deceased Case No.
the Petitioner's/Wife's attorney whom a of this Notice of Administration IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
to It. has
any. on. Publication/ of this/ Notice begun copy 86-20. ), Is in the Circuit :
CP(1-3715)( pending
whose name and address Is: March 20 1986.P.rsonolRepresentative. has been mailed are required EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
on Court for Bradford County Florida HAL Y. MAINES
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM FOR BRADFORD COUNTY..IN PROBATE.
: Probate Division, the address of which is 30 E. Main St.P.O. Box 182
for Wife THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION FILENO.86-23-CP
Attorney N. G. HayesRt
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark. Lake Butler Florida 32054Telephorne:904496.2701.
P. O. Box.1056Starke 2, Box 179 OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections/ Florida 32091 The and address of IN RE: ESTATE OF : .
Florida 32091 A/ochuo/ Florida 32615 they may have that challenges the the personal name and of thepersonal CLYDE CONE 3/27 2chg 4/3
and file the original with the Clerk of Attorney for Personal Representative: qualifications of the Personal Representative representative Deceased.

the above styled Court on or before Aus* Brown I or the venue or jurisdiction of the set forth below.representative's attorney are NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID

April 10, 1986; otherwise a judgmentmay BROWN d! JOHNSON P.A. Court Interested are required to ADMINISTRATIONTO The City of Starke has the following
be entered against for the ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS persons ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
you P. O Box 13502Galnesvlll fll, with the Court WITHIN THREE MON. surplus items for sale Bids will be opened
relief domanded In the Petition. NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
*, Fla. 32604 THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST at the Bond Trustee! meeting 6:30
and seal of sold AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
WITNESS my hand Telephone: (904) 372.4339 BARRED. PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: p.m, April 15, 1986 at City Hall. .
this 4th day of March, 1986. Dote of the first publication of this THE ESTATE: .
Court on 3/20 2tchg 327IN ((1)) All claims against 'th* estate and Item II 1970 Dodge. 12 1975 ChevyMalibu.3
GILBERT BROWN CLERK of Administration March 20 .
Notice :
Bucket Truck, *4 LlSOPole
(2) objection by an Interested
Becky Parrlsh 1986. any person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
By THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT to whom notice was mailed thatcholl.ng.s Truck *5 1963 Ford Polecat 16. 1956
Clerk administration of the estate of CLYDE
Deputy MARY. BROWNAs .
3/27 COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR the validity of the will, thequoll'lcations CONE deceased File Number Welder, 17 Small Generator arid #8
3/6 4lchg Personal
RepresentativeOf
BRADFORD COUNTY of the personal 1976 Pickup (wrecked).
representative
The Estate of 86-23-CP:, Is pending In the Circuit Courtof
Case No. 86-56-CA venue or jurisdiction of the Court. Bradford Florida Probate The City of Starke reserves the right to
County
PAUL DALE BROWN Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN RE: The Marriage Of ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Division the address of which is Brad accept or reject any or all bids.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME DONALD WAYNE REESE, SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ford County Courthouse, S'arke, Florida CITY OF STARKE
REPRESENTATIVE
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Husband : Publication of this Notice has begunon 32091. Merrill Dees Dept. Headltchg327
R. Hobbs. Jr.
Johnny
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the and P. o. Box 1056 March 27, 1986. The names and addresses of the Per. 1
undersigned Garden Restaurant Inc., JOANNA LYNN REESE Personal Representative: .
403 West Georgia St
sole owner doing business under the Wife. CHARLOTTE PAYNE
Starke, Florida 32091
firm name of Vita's Pizza 105 Edwards NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 1205 Summit
Road Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to : DONALD WAYNE REESE (904)) 964-7262 Findlay Ohio BRADFORD
register said fictitious name under the Address Unknown. 3/20 2tchg 3/27 Attorney for personal representative:

aforesaid statute TT- Johnny R. Hobbs Jr.,
IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT
Dated this 19th day of March A.D., YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action FLORIDA.. EIGHTH P.O. Box 1056

1986. In Bradford County. for dissolution of marriage has been JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND 403 West Georgia Street PRINTERS

3/204tchg 410IN filed against you and you are required to FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Stark., Florida 32091
serve a copy of your written defenses, If Civil Telephone: ((904)964-7262)
DepartmentCase
to Terence M. Brown Attorney for 3/27 2tchg 4/3
any
No. 86.6-CA
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Wife P.O. Drawer 40 Stark., Florida 110 W. Call Street Starke
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 32091, on or before April 3, 1986, and :
NOTICE OF SALE
WILES BUD DANSON JR.,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. 964-5764 :=:
file the original with the Clerk of this Husband FOR NON-PAYMENT OF
CASE NO. 85-133.CA Court before or Immediately thereafter; and STORAGE UNIT 1/I e
IN RE The Marriage of default will b entered
otherwise a ALICE MARIE DANSON Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
JAMES T. KRAMER, against you for the relief demanded In Wife Florida Statutes 83.806 that on April 5, Spring Printing Specials

Husband the Petition. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 1986 10:00: a.m., a sale will b* held at
and Witness my hand and sal of this : ALICE MARIE' DANSON Bid 1 Unit 5 Mini of America Storage
NANCY R. KRAMER, Wife Court on the 3rd day of March 1986. 22 Gannett Road Starke, Fla phone, 473.7683. This sale Involves
No. 10
GILBERT BROWN Regular Envelope
QuIncy, Massachusetts 02169 property of the following tenants
NOTICE OF ACTION; Clerk of the Court
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on aCtion and .what is believed to be stored:
SERVICE NO PROPERTYTO
CONSTRUCTIVE Becky Parrlsh Printed Address
By: for Dissolution of Marriage has HOUSEHOLD ITEMS with Return
: JAMES T. KRAMER Husband Deputy Clerk Janice Cohens
been filed' against you and you are required
Midland Village Apt. 3/6 4tchg 3/27 to serve a copy of your written 4202 Groya Court Black Ink

4355 Whitmire Rd., Apt. 49 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO defenses to It, If any on the Plaintiffs/ / Tampa FL 33616
Midland Tx. 79705 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME attorney, whose name and address Is: A sale of the entire contents of unit 500 1,000

Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida WM. A. BESSENT Ill ESQUIRE' will b* made to the highest bidder. If no
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the BESSENT MOODY bidder the sale will be conducted pursuant

dissolution of marriage has been filed undersigned, Robert A. Mathews, sole 403 West Georgia StreetP to rental agreement between tenant $2015 $3085

against you and you ore required to owner, doing business under the firm O Box 1056 and landlord.
serve a copy of your written defenses If name of Mathews Realty 441 West Stark. Florida 32091 3/27 2tchg 4/3

any to It on Eugene F. Shaw, Plaintiff's Madison St, Starke, Florida, Intends to (904)964.7262 500 Window 1,000 Window
attorney whose address Is 925-E North register said fictitious name under the and file, the original with the clerk of th. INVITATION TO BID

Temple Avenue Stark., Florida 32091 aforesaid statute. above-styled, court on or before CITY OF STARKE Gas Dept call for bid.
on or before April 22, 1986, and file the Dated this 7th day of March A.D., WEDNESDAY 30 APRIL f 1986: otherwise.udgmenf 1/2 ton pick-up 1986 automatic trans. $2210 $3470
clerk of this court
original with the 1986, In Bradford County. a / may be entered against you standard bed. Bid opening April let City
either before service on plaintiffs attorney 3/13 4tpd 4/3 for the relief demanded In the Petition. Hall at 6:30: p.m. ((904)) 964.5027.
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold' CITY OF STARKE Letterheads
a default will be entered against NOTICE OF INTENTION Court on 17 March A.D.. 1996.GILBERTS. Bob Patterson on Bond
you for the relief. demanded In the com- TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME BROWN Department Head

plaint or petition. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida As Clerk of Said Court Itchg 3/27 8y2 x 11 or 8V2 x 14
Dated on this 3rd day of February, Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the By Becky Parrish

1986. undersigned Barbera Jackson sole As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF 500 1,000
GILBERT S. BROWN business under the firm di
owner, doing 3/20 4tcha 4/10 APPLICATIONOn .
A.Clerk of the Court name of Midnight Video, 444.B West 13/23/65. PRIDE OF FLORIDA. P.O.

By Deputy Clerk Madison St, Stark., Intends to register BOX 308 RAIFORD. FL 32083. mad application $1765 $2525
3/13 4tchg 43I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
said "fictitious name under the aforesaid for water use permit 2.85.00339
EIGHTH CIRCUIT IN AND
statute. JUDICIAL .
'for an daily withdrawal of
average
I am no longer responsible foi debts incurred Dated: This 7th day of March, 1986, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.. 0.0842 million gallons/ per day from Camera Ready Copy .
Sellers ,4.6.'I Bradford County. CASE NO.: 86-21-CP(1( 3716)) located
by Carol Y. or, .ground waters In Section 22.
Carol Crosby 3/133tpd4/3 IN RE: The Estate of Township 05 South, Rang 21 East, Brad- Colored Ink Extra
MARY JANE JONES k
Signed: AI C. Crosby, Jr. ford County, Florida, .for agricultural


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one of the foremost wholesale grocery houses offering the highest gradeof WHILDEN VALVE & GAUGE REPAIR INC.
,
.
pure food and groceries. ; .
''' Jacksonville No review of tha 4wjae4)Qdult4) interests of thla section of the 522 Fruit Cove Road S.R. 13
state would be,complei >' ithout'prominent'mention'of this company'which Mandarin Phone 368-9308 or 268-5837
I.', aids in no little measure to the progress and prosperity of this section -
It is undoubtedly one'of the progressive and popular firms in Whilden Valve & Gauge Repair, Inc., has been serving this area for
\" Business Florida, dally shipping many consignments all over this section. over quarter of a century In value and gauge repairing and reconditionIng .
,It There are no more public spirited citizens in Florida than Intrastate and are experts in the business. This modern, up-to-date firm con-
wholesale of Florida. In making this review of Jacksonville It 1*naturalto tinuously merits the position they have acquired as being one of the
wish to compliment them and your attention directed to this} establishment leading valve and gauge repair places of this section, a progressive firm
as one of the reliable business firms! of Jacksonville. It has added tothe under able management, meriting the liberal support of the people of this
ReviewGLADYS development and progress,of this part of Florida. section.To .
be rendering an average service in an average establishment is all
well and good, but to be able to give a service that is just a little in advance
SCOTT SALES COMPANY of others is an establishment that Is worth while. And, that is just
exactly the case with this well-known firm.
THOMPSONLadies Authorized Dealer.Coleman Camping Trailers First, they Insist their service be dependable. You know you are going
6241 Peach Boulevard to get value received and courteous service when you bring your repair
Apparel "' Jacksonville,'Phone 725-1222 jobs here because past experience has taught you that they are interestedin
3574 St. Johns Avenue their trade. So, if you want the best repair, the best service, and the
Jacksonville, Phone 384-2345 If you plan to go on vacation or just want to get away from it all on best pricego soon. You'll be glad you did.
weekends, drive over to Scott Sales Company and look over their Col
When it comes to smartness in ladies wear, Gladys Thompson featuresthe eman Camping Trailers. They probably have just what you have been
finest. You will find here distinctive clothes by top designers,in all the looking for at a very affordable. price-sales,service,rentals,accessoriesand FLORIDA RUBBER &SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
new spring and summer colors and fabrics, in addition to dresses from parts.
morning through dinner. So come on In and see those wonderful little campers and make this a "The Rubber Store For Ship or Shore"
You will find the newest suits that seem to be "made just for you" just fun summer and all year for years to come. These campers are well con- 708 Marshall Street
for your trip, Easter, business or school. You can choose from Jackson structed and equipped, so you are very comfortable and everything is
ville's best selections in all the new colors and styles when shopping here. convenient. In fact, when you buy a trailer, you are ready to ake that Jacksonville Phone 356-5677

This season and every season, fashion-wise and price-wise, ladies cometo vacation you have been planning to take. There are thousands of people Florida Rubber&Supply Company,Inc.,is the place to see or call whenin
Come in buying these fine trailers because of the high motel and hotel bills also
in
Gladys Thompson for chic clothing unsurpassed quality. ; need of rubber, because they carry just about everything in rubber for
and select your "special occasion" wardrobe now while selections are the high food prices. People have discovered this is a very convenient, ship or shore, such as a complete stock of hydraulic hose and couplings,
most complete. Feel snug and look sharp in clothes from Gladys Thompson carefree! and economical way to spend one's vacation. As a matter of fact, industrial hose, firehose gaskets, adhesives, hard caps, belting, banding
who is celebrating 33 years of service March 21, you will save enough on one or two vacations to pay for your trailer; equipment, clamps packing foot valves
matting safety glasses, gloves,
therefore take Vacations often. So look
you can longer more go by, over
clothing, etc. This up-to-date establishment is the leading concern in rub-
their line. It's a good place to go and a good place to buy. ber supplies and equipment in this part of the state and enjoys a large and

DANESE'S BATHHOUSE BOUTIQUE well satisfied patronage in this section.

Boulevard This progressive, modern concern is known throughout this section as
San Jose
10601
QUALITY REMODELING, INC. the best in business. This section is indeed fortunate to have such a progressive
*Mandarin Landing (In Corner) firm to supply us in all our needs in rubber, because there is no
Jacksonville 6029' Carlton Road one firm that has done more for this section. They carry a large stock of
Jacksonville'.Owner practically everything In this line. The experience of the management
Shopping for all your bath accessories is not difficult if you go to the Tommy Sparks has enabled them to give the trade a service that has no superior.
right place. Danese's Bathhouse Boutique is the ideal place to shop Therefore, they are able to offer the people the very best quality of rubber
because they specialize in bath accessories that are unusual and practical When you plan to remodel your bath, remember to call only a qualified products and the most accommodating service.
and in all price brackets, too. They special order for your special expert. Call this firm. These skilled experts use only quality materialsand
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the beautifully coordinated bathroom accessories. Decorator service is area for over quartet of a century and they are truly the bath doctors of RIVERS BUS & RV SALES
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in this for the finest and best In travel
assured you will always find the right accessories. Their business was founded on honesty, Integrity, and using only quality They are headquarters area
homes that will make vacation
trailers and motor
materials and workmanship. Readers, do not trust remodelingneeds luxury help your a very
your and memorable with all the comforts of home and homemade
happy one
to inferior workmen. A friendly representative will assist in
you food that is cooked just the like it. And, will save a bundle
way you you
Remember materials and know
TROUSSEAU & TREASURES every way. quality ,workmanship how-
tool Soon your trips or vacations will cost you nothing because you have
these the
are services you are assured when you call. Quality Remodeling
3354 St. John's Avenue In Jacksonville. > "' saved enough to pay for your comfortable motor home or travel trailer.
What do you family would like more than anything else? Ah
Avondale Shopping Center
.. that's what I though you'd saya brand new motor home or traveltrailer
Jacksonville, Phone 37-1-3025 from Rivers. You know what you can expect from a Shasta or a

Did you know that if you haven't browsed through Trousseau & WILLIAM CATLIN & SON Starcraft before you buy. In riding comfort, mechanical perfection, they
Treasures you have missed a treat. This is where fantasy becomes a Auto and Truck Accessories: live up to their reputation.So,come on down and look them over. Buy the
reality. Beautiful lingerie and linens are awaiting your selection, so comeon 1215 Main Street one you like best and make this the happiest summer you have ever
over and treat yourself to a trip through the ultimate in lingerie, Jacksonville, Phone 354-8521 spent, a vacation in your luxury motor hornet:
sleepwear, and linens, where you will find the finest that market affords. [
They come from arbitors of the very latest fashion and are of rare beauty. Did you know that William Catlin & Son has served this area for 67 GLOBAL PARTS, INC. ::
Linens and lingerie are not just ordinary, but are fine top lines.In years in auto, truck and van accessories? It is well known and well liked
the lingerie department you will find a complete line of dainty silken In all surrounding areas, the best one-stop accessory store.If Heavy Duty Truck & Trailer Parts i
things so dear to the hearts of women. White and all the soft pastel shadescan you want your car, truck or van customized,William Catlin&Son is 1620 Dennis Street
be found here. Nothing in the lingerie line is lacking in this shop. Thisis the place to see or call because they can make it something special just Jacksonville, Phone 354-8973
where most brides shop for their unique, exotic lingerie and sleepwear.You for you. All it takes Is a trip to their!shop. to let them know just what you
will find nothing but the best for all your needsfrom everyday to want for your car, truck;or van. Global Parts, Inc. of Jacksonville is headquarters in this area for
partytime. So, if it's quality you want at affordable prices, this is the Deluxe or economy-,they give discount prices. They can Install a dash heavy duty truck and trailer parts specializing in drive train, brake and
place to shop and the place to buy all your trousseau treasures. air conditioner, K-40 radar scanner, Sony radio/stereo, truck bed liners, suspension parts, exchange walking beams relined brake shoes, new and
bed mats, tool boxes;running boards,side rails, vent shades, sliding rear rebuilt transmissions and differentials, axle and suspension kits. I
windows,sun roofs, alarms,custom radios, cruise control, custom floor This is one of the leading truck and trailer parts houses whose large
CARL'S WESTERN DEPOT mats and much more. When you have decided what you want, their experts custom is increasing rapidly over this part of the state. Superior to the I
will get to work, and before you know. it, you will have your car, vast majority of truck parts establishments and surpassed by none,
Wolverine Work Boots, Acme Boots & Western Clothing truck or van waiting for youl either In general excellence or superiority of their stock. This well known I
7653 Blanding Boulevard They do total customizing or they win sell you what you want and need' firm has continued its successful career because the management and
Jacksonville, Phone 778-1068 if you wish to do the work yourself.,This is a business that requires ex- assistants are among the most experienced truck parts supply men in the I
Normandy Mall, Phone 783-4805 perience,and they employ only the best.. So go by and give them a call and area. They are thoroughly abreast of the times and have secured for the ,
you will be ready for summer fun. trade a large stock of parts for trucks and trailers. Whatever you may i
You will find Carl's Western Depot a sure'nuff complete western store. need in trucks and trailer parts and tires can be found at Global Parts,
This popular western apparel store is where most people from this area Inc., at affordable prices.
enjoy shopping because they know they sell only quality clothing at affor- SPEED'S'FRAME SERVICE For the best service, the best quality, and the best prices, see Global

dable prices. Parts, Inc., of Jacksonville.
1013 Union Street
They carry a very complete line of men's, ladies and children's jeans, East
hats, skirts, jackets, western wear and more. The reputation and large Jacksonville Phone 3558727Speed's ASHLEY'S TRAILER & EQUIPMENT
built the solid foundation of furnishing the
business of this store was upon trucks and trailers. Is
offers the best for cars
Service
highest quality at the lowest price and having always treated their car pulling Frame to the right' Or worse yet, to the left? You know what the 130 North Lane Ave.
you
customers fairly. is Being forced into racing Jacksonville Phone 786-5752
Is. The front end out of alignment.
problem
In western for the whole family a complete and attrac-
wear they carry
over unpaved,
traffic bumping
rush hour ,
tracks In
tive stock, which is selected from the leading manufacturers of western across those railroad all common area road problems Ashley's Trailer & Equipment is the place to see or call if you need a I
wear, and offered to the public at prices that denote real and true worth. washboard roads, and hitting potholes front end are out of alignment.You trailer, as they have all types of used semi-trailers, vans, flats, lowboys, I
The public has come to know this and to look over their lines for unusual that can knock your car s Into a shop, only to have it revertto dumps and miscellaneous. They have a large inventory for you to choose
offerings. They can also supply your every need in bootsthe finest the may already have taken your car within days (or even on the drive from at very good prices. So, for the best trailer, the best quality, and the I
market affords such as Nocona, Acme, Dingo Durango, Wolverine work Its same dangerous steering pattern of other so-called best price, give them a call.
boots, western riding appareleverything for the horse and rider! home). An experience like that makes Take you suspIcious car to Speed Frame It is a well known fact that there is no institution in the community that I
alignment specialists. Well, no morel. 1 your has met with greater favor with the public than this well-known establishment -
Service. By reason of the fact that management has had wide experience in
is not only dangerous,
out of alignment
with its front-end
EASTER'S BRIDAL & EVENING SALON it's Driving expensive.a car Your tires wear pnevenly,wear out faster and as a result, every feature of this business, and because of their comprehensive !
knowledge of every branch of the trade, this establishment has continued
Sales and Rentals have to be replaced sooner. number of their
to witness the increase in the patrons.
won t find a
workmanship,
Blvd. South Plaza When it cornea to safety and reliable you demands the best and the best
4321
University their professionals give your car a This is the day when the public quality
better deal than at this fine shop. Let
the conditions and wide
with
experience
JacksonvilleNow Thoroughly conversant a
They'lfcheek from the aim of your price.
quick safety inspection. everything cent. in their particular field of endeavor, the management of this enterprisingconcern
that you have said "yes", it is time to shop Easter's Bridal and headlights to your tire pressure, and It take won t cost car you to a a veteran.Take it has been able to render a service to the people in their line that is
Evening Salon where beautiful weddings begin and where beautiful When you have alignment problems your completely satisfactory.
union Jacksonville.
Street in
dreams come true. They have certified bridal consultants to assist you to Speed's Frame Service, 1013 East

free of charge. This is where many of the loveliest brides in this area have BOB'S AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
made their selections. See the beautiful gowns from famous bridal cour- ,
tiers, bridesmaids and attendants dresses, dresses for the mothers of the SUSIE'S CERAMICS 4429 Blanding Boulevard, 778-1111
bride and groom, and flower girl dresses. They sell and rent. 612 King Street 387-1713
Never before has greater care been exerted by the bride in choosing her 4621 Wheeler Avenue JacksonvilleIf
wedding gown. They carry a nice selection of lovely bridal gowns. Brides- Jacksonville, Phone 387.1390
to-be in this vicinity now patronize this firm because of the helpful hints you are having trouble with your transmission, you can drive a little
and suggestions cordially extended to their.customers. Susie's Ceramics is the place to see or call on when In the market for and save a lot at Bob's Automatic Transmission and get free estimates in
They also carry a very complete line of bridal accessories. They have ceramics. She sells wholesale and retail for a complete line of suppliesand all domestic and foreign cars, and free towing. They have served this
built up a large business and the unusually large trade they enjoy is the greenware at this westside location..She gives free lessons when you area for almost two decades with top quality work and affordable prices.
result of the nice selections of bridal gowns in every price range, and no buy your supplies from here. : They have 200 rebuilt units at all times and feature a complete
wedding is too large or too small.If Susie Barnett owner, is an expert in everything pertaining to ceramicsand transmission service, making their establishment the repair shop of good
you want to buy or rent, they are happy for you to make your choice. porcelain dolls,Including Precious Moments Dolls, Bye-Lo, Cabbage transmission service in this section of the state.
See them also for flowers, invitations photography and catering. Patch dolls and many more. You can buy these beautiful dolls, wigs, In their shop, they have able and efficient transmission specialists and
They also carry a beautiful selection of prom and pageant dresses, dresses, and patterns. These dolls are the most beautiful you wil find anyplace being backed by vast facilities which enable them to rebuilt, replace, or
debutant and formals, sales and rentals. Do go by soon for your weding, : -. repair any transmission, no matter what the trouble may be, in a most
prom or evening gown. You wil find first quality ceramics.and supplies at affordable prices. satisfactory manner.It .
They have been very select in their buying. Intact, there is no one who of- can readily be seen that this transmission shop is Important to the
fers a better quality, product better service, or better price than Susie'sCeramics automobile world of this sectior, and adds materially to the advantagesof
HEIRLOOM STITCHERY The management has had wide experience in every feature of every owner of an automobile. The fact that visitors and local patronscan
the ceramic business, and because of her'comprehensive knowledge of get real service at this up-to-date transmission shop instills in the
906 Park Avenue every branch of the trade"ehehas continued to witness the increase in her mind of the automobilist confidence in the fact that all his transmission
Orange Park, 1 mi. South of 1-295 on Hwy. 17)) numbers of patrons. troubles can be taken care of in a "most workman-like manner" for this

French handsewing is So, for the best quality, best service, best price, shop Susie's Ceramicsin is one of the best run transmission shops in this area.
Join the crowd! Visit Heirloom Stitchery. very
Jacksonville. ,
popular and classes are available here.
You will find smocking and French handsewing supplies, importedlaces
batiste, Liberty of London prints, DMC floss custom smocked and JACKSONVILLE WOODWORKERS SUPPLY
French handsewn outfits for sale. They also make these fine outfits for in- .. WESTBURNE.SUPPLY, INC. fo-It-ourselfers .
fants and children. All you need to do is to go by and let them know your "*' 2385 Dennis Street 2535 Powers Avenue
needs and desires.If .
Phone 354-5621
you can sew, it is very easy to learn to do French handsewing and Jacksonville, Jacksonville Phone 737-7508
smocking yourself, and you will find that French sewing and smocking 2329 NE.I9th Drive
Jacksonville Woodworkers Supply is located at 2535 Powers Avenue,
make ideal gifts. Gifts that are really appreciated, that you can't just go Gainesville.-Phone 376-1794 near the corner of St. Augustine and Powers Avenue. It is the head-

out and buy anyplace.So their class If Westburne Supply, Inc:, Is your'wholesale distributor of Crane Plumb- quarters for 'do-it-yourselfers' this area because they carry just about
if you want to learn French handsewing, join in or and you ing chrome fixtures and supplies which are premium quality plumbing everything you need, such as a very wide selection of quality hardwood,
finest smocking
already know French handsewing and want them the call. You will be glad products for residential and commercial. use, Sloan flush valves and lumber,plywood, and turning squares,a very complete line of saw blades
French handsewing supplies, go by or give a repair parts,and many others. and cutting tools, woodworking machinery for your every need, a com-
you did! Say hello to Paula Gibson, owner. There is no question but that this popular establishment Is an important plete line of wood finishing supplies, carving tools and supplies,apd much
factor in the business life'of this section as it Is one of the foremost much morel! '
wholesale distributors of plumbing fixtures and supplies in this section of This modern and progressive firm offers an excellent service to the
the country.This section of Florida,as.a whole,has an added business ad people of this section.Their prices are always right,and the firm Is under
INTRASTATE. WHOLESALE OF FLORIDA vantage by having in its midst such a well-known establishment whose very able management. There is not one firm that has done more for this
Wholesale to Businesses commendable prices and products of quality have gained for them an section. They carry a large stock of practically everything in this line.
Place ever increasing business that can be noticed by the. Urge daily shipments The experience of the management has enabled them to offer the very
6800 Suemac leaving their progressive establishment- best grade of stock and this enables them to give the trade a service that
"'t"Y,! Jacksonville Phone 7866737Intrastate Westburne Supply started business career upon a solid foundation, has no superior. It is very convenient to the people of this section of the
satistied throughoutthis knowing that success In the plumbing fixture and supply business could state as they can and get supplies which otherwise might take
Wholesale of Florida has many essential patrons service. Being only be gained by products on a fair margin of profit. Fair quite a time to get from some distant center. They are familiar with their
part of the country and renders a valuedand offer the highest .and honest business methods at all times, individual service to every line of business and by experience have learned the features that are conducive
one of the foremost wholesale grocery houses, they patron, have established for them a trade that has extended In every to success.During the time they have already been in the business
grade pure foods and groceries.This has satisfied patrons throughout direction and is one of the business institutions'which has added to this they are therefore able to offer the people the best quality and the most
very progressive concern many section of the state. accommodating service.
essential service, Being .
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II. WALL JEWELERSOld A STITCH TIME When you are contemplating baking a "fancy cake"or making candy it
Prudential Main Floor to' It" '! : ?. j will pay you to drive over (or come by when in town) and look over the of-
; Building ". P',1\OI'J\ ai l 2909 Townsend Ave. Phone 744-2621 !>al. ferings of this firm and see their great line of supplies. Even if you are
Jacksonville FL Phone 396-0741 j .;rtllo 2777 University Blvd W.- Phone 731-4082 dw looking for just one or two things, chances are they have just what you .

: '. Jacksonville Florida '" want.
You can si 4w jjipart aflame with diamonds from Floyd H.Wall Jewelers :17tnola ', Exquisiteygtecious, eternity that's what diamonds are all about at 1 t tai Orange Park will buy only the best so they offer no other. Remember
this storehouse 0? riches at affordable prices. You will find a wonderlandof TUOEFT -owner and manages invites you to visit her store al,, X99 J. this is the firm where friendship is valued highly and it is a pleasure for us
diamonds) W other gems arranged in the most tasteful of settings. '.Tflwn&roa Avenue to a Knitting and Crochet Show April 22 through April I to direct your attention to them.
Dazzling diamonds are just a beginning though, you will also find wat- 58.'All:: Stork Is done by customers and on April 29 through May 3, ttare .I
ches, pendants, pearls, chains, Bulova-Accutron-Seiko watches, will bea Needlework Show with the,work done by customers. 'I ese
Buxton Billfold?and accessories-Cross Pens Hummels complete line shows will be at the Townsend Ave. Store only. They are open TRUCK ACCESSORIES PLUSJacksonville's
of gifts and much, much more also jewelry engraving.And MonSat.10 a.m. 5:30: p.m.
with a complete watch and jewelry repair department with expert Join the crowd visit The Knit Shop. Needle crafts are very popularnow. Friendly Truck People
repairmen.The You will find materials for the leading crafts of the day at this fine 6289 Powers Avenue Phone 731-0144
elegance of the store itself is only surpassed by the vast array of shop. You are invited to shop or browse at,this needlework shop. They
unique and beautiful creations showcased in elegant display cases. carry a complete line of supplies, such as needlepoint, crewel, knitting, When in need of truck accessories see or call someone that is tops in the
Remember, diamonds have a beauty and brilliance that fast for yearsas counted cross-stitch, cross-stitch, latch hook,candlewicking, yarns,knit business. See Jacksonville's friendly truck people for running boards,
-
does their value which continues over the years. ting and crochet, rugs and much more: his shop has a variety of Instruction step bumpers, sliding windows lift kits, bedmats and liners, warn winches
books for knitting,crocheting afghans,etc. Instructions are free with tool boxes, jeep accessories and much more installation IB
purchase. You will find needlepoint and crewel embroidery sets and available here.
CLIP & COVER WALLPAPER many other items that make fascinating gifts that you can make. They This is one of the leading truck accessory supply houses whose large
619 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park, Fl. have classes. They also do finishing and framing. custom Is increasing over this part of Florida.
This section of Florida as a whole, has an added business advantage by
Phone 272-5525 LEW ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO having in it's midst such a well known firm whose commendable business

WHOLESALE ONLY methods and accessories of quality have gained for them an ever increas-
Now that the Spring season is here, why not brighten up your home or ing business.
office with wallpaper from Clip & Cover wallpaper where you will find a 4870 Victor Jacksonville, Fl. This well known firm started it's business career upon a solid founda-
complete line of wallpaper and supplies for the doityourselfer.Here tion knowing that success in the truck accessory business could only be
you will find the largest and finest selection of wallpaper you Lew Electrical Supply Company, owned by Lew Meisel, are gained by selling quality products upon a fair margin of profit.
would find anywhere, and to suit any decor. Expert installation Is distributors of electrical supplies. Fair and honest business methods at all times, individual service to
available. Prominent among the progressive wholesale electrical supplies is this every patron, have established for them a trade that has extended in
They have numerous books of wallpaper and they carry the best in up-to-date supply house where well known and advertised supplies are every direction.
wallcoverings at affordable prices wallcoverings for kitchen, bath, handled. So, for the best quality at the best price and the best service,go by soon, 'I
bedroom, living room, dining room, sun room,etc. Even the most modern The popularity of this firm is not alone due to the well known supplies you will be glad you did.DELUXE.
furniture and the simplest room can turn cozy if you use the right handled but in a reat measure to the personality of the management. It
wallpaper and colors. Is not only their aim to carry at all times a complete line of electrical supplies -
Clip & Cover Wallpaper can help you choose the right colors and patterns > but to do so in such a manner that the people will enjoy their periodsof
they can take a drab room and make it sparkle. They have pat marketing. CABINET SHOP
terns a-plenty. In fact, there is no one who offers a better selection of They know that for quality their line of supplies cannot be excelled and Custom Designed Cabinets
wallcoverings than Clip & Cover Wallpaper, a better service or a better we take great pleasure in this business review in complimenting the
price. So why not brighten up your home this spring and bring spring management upon the quality supplies and their efficient and dependable 8999 Commonwealth Ave.
beauty in. So go by soon. You are Invited to shop or browse and you will be service. We desire to say to the firms who need supplies if you are not Jacksonville Fl. Phone 783-6790
very glad you did. familiar with them do pay them a visit.
When looking to build or remodel your kitchen see or call Deluxe
D'S CUSTOM DRAPERY & NEEDLE ARTS Cabinet Shop for custom designed cabinets. They do residential and com
mercial work specialists in Formica Brand Laminated Plastic.
1478 Park Avenue U.S. Hwy. 17 ANDREWS BODY SHOP This firm features quality and integrity their quality workmanship

Orange Park, FL. Phone 269-3601 11664 Old Kings Road. Jacksonville, FL can be seen in many homes in the area.
Phone 768-2858 You may choose moderate priced cabinets offering a host of convenient
Doris Wagner-owner and designer has many friends and customers in features.
this area and is always happy to serve you with all your custom drapes Create a kitchen you may call your own by choosing from a variety of
mini blinds shades Accidents happen Cars scratched and dented in wood stains, matched with choice of counter colors.
bedspreads, custom swags cornice boards and every day. are parking your top They also offer
more. You are unique, shouldn't your windows be? Why should they look lots. Collisions crumple fenders. Even the sun can fade your car's paint. other colors and styles.
like everyone else's when D's Drapery can make them something special Let the experts at Andrews Body Shop restore your car s appearance.All Custom cabinets and vanities created to your specifications are made
with something custom made for you. All it takes is a visit so they can get repairs on bashed-up bumpers or folded-in fenders are painstaking in a very short time and the prices are affordable.
to know you, your taste, your personality the look you want your roomsto ly done by their auto repair specialists.No Home builders or remodelers may now take advantage of the beautifully -
have. Then their experts will get to work. They will you choose matter how much shaping up your car needs, the specialists at An- crafted kitchens and baths by calling this fine shop. Let them make
from the hundreds of designer fabrics and styles. They will put professional drews Body Shop have the know-how. and the technololgy to masterfully your kitchen convenient. Having everything accessible makes the time
seamstresses on the job producing the flawless draperies and win- repair every thing from fender bumps to bent frames. you spend in this room enjoyable. See or call\ today. They'll cater to your
dow treatments that your windows deserve. They won't stop there,either. Sincere, dependable service, along! with a reputation of superior quality needs. Jenny Hannah is manager.DOLLIE'S.
They will make the installation themselves and make sure you're perfectly in all phases of car and truck body repair, make Andrews Body Shop the
happy with the result. That's what D's Custom Drapery means by best alternative to the junkyard.
custom draperies. Draperies that are yours alone. Do you deserve any Andrews has specialists who work wonders on wrecked vehicles. DOLLHOUSE
less? When out on the town, you want to arrive in style..You will,with a new- DOLLS-DOLLHOUSES
See them also for needle work supplies-and much, much more. So hereis car look from the auto body work and painting experts you'll find here.A 1855 Wells Road FL
Orange Park
your chance to get custom drapery treatment you've always wanted. close look at a new paint job tells you whether the car has been
So call soon you will be glad you did. painted by a master artist or inexperienced amateur. Phone 2699701Business CenterIf
I The true test of quality auto body craftsmanship is the ability to match
the original color paint of the vehicle. They are specialists with an eye for you are on the lookout for some beautiful dolls for the very young to
THE PAMPERED CHEFA blending colors.So found with or for the doll\ collector\ look no more, for they can be
I Wine & Gourmet let them get your car or truck, foreign or domestic, in first class right here at Dollie's Dollhouse, where you will find lots and lots of
Shop dolls\ from all the world.
shape. over You might say this is the doll collector's
1970 San Marco Blvd Jacksonville, Fla. paradise. So shopping for dolls is not difficult if you go to the right place
Phone 396-0833 and this is certainly the right place to go, for not only dolls, dollhouses,
I but bears and so much more.
The Pampered Chef is a wine and gourmet shop featuring proper catering CUSTOM IRON WORKS It's no wonder then that dolls have been considered the gift of gifts.
, Fritz Kopp owner. Aluminum' Steel So go by soon and look over their collection. You are invited to shop and
The Pampered Chef offers a catering service of real excellence and it is 2300 Jernigan Road Jacksonville browse so join the crowd because doll collecting is popular with the old
unsurpassed in serving weddings. They also give special attention to din ( ,- and young and very profitable too. So get the gang together, come on
ners, meetings, cocktail parties, club functions, teas, banquets, parties, Phone 39 _-5748 over and make it soon. You will be happy that you did.

.,brunchosf..officepartl.es.bufletsl.weddingsand. more. Intact,. they, do j II''I',4. ... ..
planning and catering for all/types-ofeventsand' always.do it just little j Custom Iron Works can supply your'.'very' need in ornamental Iron -i
i ''"nl er.'You canrest assured thafyour party will be a complete success if ". "the'y db'custom you arrange with them to do the catering. walk-thru gates columns and raiW' ,'fencing security bars/doors. Let RIVERSIDE BRICK DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
Society hostesses rely on this service for a true friend in time of need. plenty of fresh air in your home;and get a good night s sleep by letting THE BRICK PEOPLE
The occasional party is a burden on any woman regardless of how efficient them install burglar bars. It's the safe'thing to do. 57 South Edgewood Ave.
she might be. Custom Iron Works is known throughout this section as a leader in the
Jacksonville Fl. Phone 388.5512
With their splendid service, delicious foods and reasonable charges, it business. ,
makes this service truly perfect. So give them a call and be a guest at They employ master craftsmen in thai manufacture of all their productsand
your own party, and don't forget they will do it just a little nicer. the work represents artistry as well as sound and solid construction. When in need of brick this is the place to see or call\ Florida Rock in
Their work can beseen in many homes and buildings in all the surrounding Starke or Palatka for standard brick mortor mix and sand-fireplace
area. material and more.
THE CASUAL HOUSE Wayne Stover -owner, has always had at heart the best interest of the Their bricks are in great demand throughout this area and are most
customer and has always exerted every effort to serve the customer to popular with the home builder and contractors who have had wide experience -
PVC Patio Furniture the best advantage. with their B-R-I-C-K.
11969 Beach Boulevard, Atlantic Beach They have always kept their place thoroughly abreast of the times and The beauty safety and architectural supremacy of their brick areacknowledged
Jacksonvile, Phone 642-4855 in meeting the needs of the people in all types of Iron work. facts and need no comment here, let us add however, that
We desire to refer this firm to all the people of this section, and ask they are prepared to take care of demands.\ .
Now that spring is here, it's time to think'of patio furniture. It's time to them to call for specifications and contemplated work. Ypu\ will find them Most people know that it is always better to build with brick because it
Casual House where you can buy factory-direct beautiful patio courteous and accommodating and highly efficient. lasts forever, needs no painting, keeps your building cooler in summer
furniture for patios, pools, decks, etc. They sell wholesale and retail and and warmer in winter and your insurance rates are much lower.In .
also give discounts to motels and hotels. They repair and custom build making this review of Jacksonville, we wish to compliment this firm
PVC. They guarantee their furniture because they know it's good. They upon the admirable way which the business of this firm is operated and
build and design their own furniture. HEAVYEQUIPHeavy upon the progressive and public spirited policies.We .
Manufacturers of fine patio furniture, this modern and progressivefirm Parts & Service wish to refer Riverside Brick Distributors, Inc. of Jacksonville to
is the twentieth century industry under the able direction of men Equipment all\ our readers when in need of brick -go by soon to one of their stores and
who have always had at heart the best interest of the area in which their 9425, Phillips Hwy Mandarin, FL go by their show room.SOUTHERN.
valued furniture factory is located and one of the firms that keeps the Phone 262.2266
wheels of progress turning in this section. Sales & Service
Casual House is one of our most flourishing Industries engaged in the KITCHENS FIRESIDE

manufacture of fine quality furniture which can be bout at Casual e When In need of heavy equipment parts and service this is the place to & PATIO SHOP
House. It's furniture has gained a widespread excellenceand see or call for all your needs such as under carriage parts/final drive
is considered very fine and durable among the trade the county over. parts/steering parts/transmission parts/dozer-loader parts/roller frame Wh'ereYou Always Find the Unusual
There are few people in this area who are not familiar with their policy parts, hydraulic repair kits. 10601 San Jose Blvd. Mandarin Landing
of production of quality patio furniture. Then, tool, it behooves us to use They exchange Caterpillar engines and transmissions.It Mandarin FL Phone 268-3999
and boost home products and this is another reason for the popularity of is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the community that
Casual House patio furniture in this area. So if you are interested In the
has met with greater favor with the public than this well-known establish
Southern Kitchens Fireside & Patio Shop in Mandarin where
best made of the best quality wood at the best price, shop Casual House in ment. Shop you
will find elegant gourmet cookware that is difficult to find in just any
Jacksonville. By reason of the fact that the management has had wide experience in store. In fact you will be more than pleased with the large selection found
every feature of this business and because of their comprehensive here at affordable prices.If .
J & J AUTO REPAIR knowledge of every branch of trade, this establishment has continued to you haven't browsed through their shop you have missed a treat, so
witness the increase in the number of their patrons. come on over and treat yourself to a trip through their lovely shop where
& ENGINE REBUILDERS Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a wide experience in you will find it's not difficult to find those little unusual items you will
their particular field of endeavor, the management of this enterprisingconcern love their Butcher Block tables.
5026 Plymouth St., No. 6 has been able to render a service to the people in their line that is You will revel in their selections of china, crystal, flatware and cutlery.
Jacksonville, Phone 783.1342 distinctly satisfactory Here you will find lovely gifts for Aunt Jane's anniversary Sister
Beth's birthday or Susie, the new bride, beautifully wrapped free of
Do you want your vacation fun spoiled by an S.O.S. call? Of course not, charge and you will agree that each was selected with emphasis on good
but you might be running a great risk if you have not had your car checked ROOKSTRUCKSALES taste, excellent value and ideal appeal. We can't list them all but we ask
lately. With the price of automobiles so high, it will pay you to let U 4 J Truck Sales Tractors & Trailers that you come in and see for yourself what you will find in their shop and
Auto Repair and Engine Rebuilders check your car out for youwhere South Ave. don't forget their custom blend coffees.
509 Edgewood
trained specialists and the best equipment can serve you better. Their Shop soon where you will find the perfect gift even for the person who
mechanics are experts at spotting small problems which might escape Jacksonville Phone 388-8471 has everything and if you will mention this write-up, Mona Welch, owner,
you and grow into big troubles and repair bills. will give you a 10% discount on your purchase.
They specialize in engine rebuilding. Let's say your car is a classic Brooks Truck Sales represents a piece of advanced engineering that
piece of machinery or a faithful vehicle with an exterior that's too good to has answered every test and has proven a winner in the hands of enthusiastic
let go.When your car is looking so good, but your engine sounds like its on owners who have found that their trucks not only stood up
its way out, then let J &J rebuild it.They can make it as good as new (and under the load but operated very efficiently at a low cost of upkeep. The
sometimes better) at an affordable price. slow depreciation and constant service of these trucks (and they carry CAPITAL PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT CO.
They feature a complete repair service, making their shop the repair many top lines) make them a sound investment.The Sales Service Installation -
shop of good service in this section of the state. They feel they can offer management deserves the consideration that the public is giving -
you as courteous service, as prompt action, and as economical a job of their establishment which has merited the large patronage because their 609 Talleyrand Ave.
work as you can get any place in the entire area. They spare no time or effort service. is eminently satisfactory. Jacksonville, Fl. Phone 3530604.
to give you satisfactory work- fact which is proven by their ever They are recognized as an authority on motor truck transportation being
growing list of satisfied customers. thoroughly familiar with all the details of most trucks on the market When in the market for service station equipment, this is the place to
today whether in the largest or smaller size. They can give facts and see or call. Also self-service station design and building state certified
figures on original cost of maintenance rapidity of service as it relates. mechanical CMCO 18236 state certified building CBCO 22154.
RAY'S AUTOGLASS They have been called upon to assist many. large and small concerns most There is no one who offers a better service or installation than this firm.
1108 Cassat Avenue (Westside) satisfactorily.It No matter what it is in the service station equipment line, just call or see
is such business men as the management that make for a more'live them and they will see that you get real service.
Jacksonville, Phone 786-8191 or 7865612If and progressive Jacksonville. They have built a reputation for their equipment and service and Installation -

you need auto and truck glass replacement, this is the place to see or that brings an ever increasing patronage. They early realized
call for immediately replacement at discount prices. They give special .:Hi CAKE DECORATING SUPPLIES ; that a satisfied customer was the best influence for good and as a conse- .
attention to insurance claims. They give quality work and the best of rno OF ORANGE PARK quence they are holding old customers and gaining new ones all the time.
glass for any make or model car or truck. ., .v This section is indeed fortunate to have such a progressive firm to serve
They also dQ glass tinting for vehicles, business and homes. Tinting i rij 101 73 Knight Box Road .', the area with their needs in service station equipment for it helps In no lit
stops heat glarfrand fading. Quality work is always done by the owner 'inqiri (I II Orange Park, Fl --.Phone 272-0403 *o tle way to every owner of an automobile.A .
and operatorhsnlRay's _, foilall I personal invitation is extended to all of those who need equipment, no
Autog| aa has become a center in the auto glass trade as is evident Cake Decorating Supplies of Orange Park, Fl. Is the place to shop matter what has been your past experience. They offer you a service thatis
from the itruly large trade they are receiving and the way their :of younetke decorating and candy supplies. Phyllis T. White, owner,* is different. ,"
reputation is spreading far and wide as the best place to go for auto glass 3 i open Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Thursday 9 a.lIM. 6
and tinting. Their,stock comes from the leading manufacturers of the p.m.; Friday 9 a.m.5 p.m. They are closed Saturday but they are,pen ItFLOYD
country. Here you will find a superior quality of glass having clearness Sunday byappointment or call nights after hours.
and will not check. They guarantee their glass. So it you are in the market for cake supplies, novelties,colors,wetkiingornaments j I
And in this review,we wish to give this fine firm commendable mentionfor flavorings that are the best, candy supplies and much more found |
the wonderful glass and glass tinting service they are offering the peo- you choose from one of the largest and best brands of supplies to be i
nlo I --.L'* section any olace.
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of the Starke Junior by Handyman Fence Company.Miss "x / ,
Woman's Club have been busy with Lottie Cole, 16, sponsored by I!
pre-pageant activities for the thirteen Kenwin.
lovely Strawberry Queen contestants. Miss Jacqueline Davis, 16, sponsored -
NuWaves was the setting Monday by Florida National Bank of ,I
evening March 17, when the young Starke. :
ladies were given hair care and styl- Miss Venus Doughman, 17, spon- L .
ing lips by Cheryl and Rose, profes- sored by Mitchell's Drugs. i iI
sional beauticians at NuWaves. Miss Terri Fender, 17, sponsoredby I
Sunday afternoon March 22, the Williams Jewelry.
Gruen residence was the gathering Miss Denise Gnffis, 20, sponsoredby !
place for the contestants to receive Dr. Len Schlofman.Miss .
modeling and interview tips from Polly Griffis, 17, sponsoredby
former Strawberry Queen Shan Edwards Koch's Drug Store.
Johns. A mini-buffet luncheonwas Miss Terri Jakab, 17, sponsored by
served bv Junior Club Women. Terwillegar, Motors.
Naomi Herres of the Merle Norman
Cosmetic Studio performed a makeup Miss Monica Maslowski, 17, spon- li=J if iflf
demonstration at (the Woman's sored by Glenda's Shear Design.
Miss Donna Parado, 17, sponsoredby
Club Monday evening, March 24 for / 3 x'I
the thirteen contestants Girls were C.J.'s Cuttin' Loose.
invited to make appointments to Miss Cindy Rodgers, 17,sponsoredby tf
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review their individual color needs. Lake Chevrolet.The I
The thirteen young ladies who will Pageant will be an event of I
be competing for the 19H6 Strawberry Saturday night, April at 7:00: p.m. in
Queen Crown are: the Bradford High School
Miss Kellie Baldwin, 17, sponsored Auditorium. Advance tickets are$3.50 C
by Sawyer Gas & Appliances of for adults and $2.50 for ages 312.

Stasrke, Inc. Tickets may be purchased at Chastam's Which One Will Wear This Crown...?
Mitchell's Drug
Miss Alicia Bright 16, sponsoredby Jewelry or Polly Griffis, Terri Fender 1985 Queen Traci
kneeling
Register Oil & Gas. Store on Call Street or at Bradford The 13 Strawberry Queen contestants pose with 1985 Queen Tract Clark ,,1FlrltrJow- Griffis and: Chaff
,
Square Williams Jewelry. seated in center, the robe and that the 1986 wili Shilyn
crown
holding
Miss Shilynn Chaff 16. RpOnROl'eclI queen
Cole
Lottie
Back row, standing: Alicia Bright, Marie Doughman, ,
wear. Maslowski Kellie Baldwin Rodgers Terri Jakab, JackiauchtorlUm
Monica Cindy ,
The: new queen will be selected April 5 in a pageant set for 8 p.m. in the Davisand Donna Parado
of Bradford High School. The candidates are:
BC Historical SocietyTo


I Church NewsWomen

Meet Again April 17A
of St. Marks to refinish chairs for the Parish Revival At Church Starke Church of God

Plan Bake Sale April 6 House. Of God Prophecy Inc. To Present Easter
small of restored courthouse, indexing the Mrs. Carlisle presented the program
but
energetic group There will be an Old Fashion
The Women of St. Mark's met in the
Bradford Countians attended the obituaries in the Telegraph, short March by giving a report of the recent Revival at the Church of God of Pro- Special "Via Dolorosa"The
Parish House on Wednesday,
March 20 meeting of the proposed publications concerning Bradford 19th with Mrs. Flossie Prescott Diocesan Open Board Meeting Chiefland.which phecy, Inc., 2138 N. Temple Ave., Youth Dept. of the Starke
St. Alban's
held at ,
for
Bradford County Historical Society.An County History, day trips historical presenting the Worship Program us- was March 21-April 5 at 7:30: p.m, nightly Church of God will be presenting an
members to places of
informal atmosphere allowed all
from entitled "Via
ing her Scripture reading Easter special
present to voice their interests and significance.A John:13 and her subject as Holy First Baptist Evangelist Zeke Hoskins and the Dolorosa" (The Way of Suffering),
concerns regarding the organizationof slide show on historic Bradford Presents MusicalThe Lifegate Singers will perform. Sunday, March 30, at 6:00: p.m.
an active Historical Society. County was presented by Arnold Week.Mrs. Pastor William Laney invited
Al Kay Carlisle, president First Baptist Church, Starke The church extends a warm handof
Those present agreed that with increased Weeks. conducted the business meeting. She Music Department under the direc- everyone. welcome to the community to
attendance at the next announced plans for the group's participation Pancake BreakfastAt come worship with us on this special
tion of Minister of Music Herb
meeting, the Bradford County Those present agreed to meet ,
Week Services event.
in Holy
Historical Society could prove to be again April 17 at 7:30: in the SFCC Stucky, will present the David Dan- Methodist ChurchThe
United
which will be held at the First musical Morning" Walter F. Montz
ner "Joy Comes in the -
an active force in promoting the Board Room to discuss a constitu-
Church at each day. Pastor
Methodist noon of the First United
at 8:00: this Friday, youth
study and appreciation of our rich tion and by-laws for the organiza p.m.
(Hbt.rt will be the speakerat will be
Fr. Crosby March 28, at First Baptist Church. Methodist Church having a Easter Egg Hunt
local Bradford Coun-
history. tion. All Interested
the Monday Service and St. Mark's The public is urged to witness experiences Pancake Breakfast this Sunday,
this
tians are urged to attend Women will serve the lunch with the of sorrow turned to joy. Easter morning, March 30, from 8 to The Grace United Methodist
Several possible projects that meeting. Attendance at this meetingwill First! Christian Women. The musical drama features Tom 9:30: a.m.The Church in Lawtey will have an
might be of interest to memberswere determine if the Bradford Coun- Mrs. Carlisle reminded the my Outlaw as 'Jesus' and several breakfast will be served in easter egg hunt Saturday, March 29
discussed. These included: the ty Historical Society can be a viable members there will be a bake sale in members of the choir as Biblical Fellowship Hall and includes at the church, beginning at 2:00: p.m.
establishment of a museum in the organization the Parish House on April 6th follow. characters of that day. Don't miss sausage, drink and all the pancakesyou and any children of the communitywho
ing the morning service. Mrs. Mac this musical First Baptists gift for can eat for a $2 donation. ($1 for wish to attend will be welcome.
Starke Methodist Present Easter PageantHave Baldwin gave a progress report on the Easter. One performance only Friday children under six.. Bring 3 colored eggs and we will all
I work she and Mr. Baldwin are doing night, 8:00: p.m. Everyone is invited. have a wonderful time.

you ever wondered what it church the Last Supper will be re- .
would be like if you had been in enacted.In --- -
Jerusalem during the first Holy the church Courtyard the three
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Week? crosses depicting the Crucifixionwill a >.

Good Friday eVl'ningarch: 28, be presented.On .
from 7 to 9 p.m. you can be there. the Jackson Street side,library
Youth and adults of the First side, the Open and Closed Tombs
United Methodist Church in Starke will be
on display. $&H ;.
will be re-enacting some of the Many people have been involvedas 3fi # W& Nf $
events of Holy Week. eleclrians, carpenters, artists, w.
Four scenes; The Last Supper, the seamstresses and actors, or with
Crucifixion, the Closed Tomb and stage settings and props to make &
the Open Tomb, will be portrayedfor this a realistic and meaninful experience -
two hours on March 28. for the community.Drive PIRGAINS
A drive west on Jefferson Street, slowly on the suggestedroute gilts- /
north on Walnut Street and east on or walk by, but please respect
Jackson Street, (circling the others and do not congregate near
church), will give you the most im- the scenes.
ALL EASTERDecorations
pressive view of the outdoor Bring your family and friends to -
pageant.On help make the real meaning of *
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1 St. Edward's NewsHoly . 25 % off

j =y and
Thursday Friday Saturday
Week Sort ices St. Kilward's Parish Council >*, ,

Holy Thursday 7pm.Mass of Peg Trimble, president, presidedat ll
the Lord's Supper followed by the meeting of St. Edward's
Adoration of the Blessed Sacramentuntil Parish Council held in the parish rl Eaton '
9 p.m. hall March 18. Welcomed as new All
Good Friday 3pm.Stations and members recently elected to the AllStationary ColoredTypewriter
Veneration of the Cross. Council were: Muriel Gilhooly, Ruth BOOKSChildren
7pm.Liturgy of the Passion and Meng, Robert Cowie and John
Death of Our Lord and Holy Commu- Wadovsky.
nion.
Holy Saturday Stock ?1
E.ister 7 Easter :Members Attend Wf" In Paper
Vigil p.m. Cook Etc.
Vigil; Blessing of Paschal Fire and Deanery MeetingOn ,
Lighting of Paschal Candle, Thursday, March 20 the Spring
Renewal of Baptismal Promises and Meeting of the Gainesville Deanery, %
Mass. (Note: No 6 p.m. Mass Holy DCCW, was held at San Juan 2 5
Saturday) Catholic Mission in Branford, with "u 0 off 50 % 5OOff.I
of Peace Guild
Masses.Easter Sunday 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. the ving Mary as hosts., Queen ser- Off I





Births ---- IAI, Large Selection of Gifts 50 % off 1

Amanda Inn PadgettMr. born March 11 in Alachua General li ,. p
and Mrs. Everett M. (Marty) Hospital. He joins one brother, Matthew fa iSCr'S >
Padgett, Jr. of Starke announce the 3 years old.
birth of a daughter, Amanda Lynn, Maternal grandparents are Mr.
born March 7 in Shands Hospital.She and Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Jr., of
Now is the time to order
joins a sister, Tina Marie, 5 Starke. Great grandmothers are ,
years old and a brother Everett M. Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Sr. and Mrs. It\t'\ l;.' We Have
Padgett III (Mark), age 3 years old. Lois Long, both of Starke. ? your wedding invitationsfor
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Paternal grandparents are Mr. 16V* Prom Garters
and Mrs. Paul C. Nugent, Sr. and and Mrs. J.M. Hull, Sr., of Palatka. your Spring ;
Great grandmother is Mrs. Kate
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Tom Gregory Bailey, Jr. Allison Nicole Moredock ;, also graduation gwti THE a, ''
Howe and Susan Moredock of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom GI Bailey of OFFICE W"l\,lVV
Starke announce the birth of their Starke announce the birth of a ?\ invitations....

son, Tom Gregory, born March 22, daughter, Allison Nicole, born SHDP :;
March 7 in Alachua General ;
1986 at Shands Hospital in Champagne ,
Gainesville Hospital in Gainesville. She joins a ,
Maternal Mr. sister, Lindsey Beth, 3 and a half- 1 110 W.Call St. ,a 1 ,
grandparents are sister. Olive Moredock, 13,of Miami. ,' -' Glasses...
and Mrs. Raymond Griffis of 9645764Starke. \

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Bradford Women's Club Antique Show a big successBy 3 + s 12 y,


Mark KrU-dlin "We had a good turnout from 'the dealers and private owners in this
BCT Staff WI.iterThe area for the show," Ruckdeschel said. "They have been enthusiastic
weekend dawned clear and cold Saturday and Sunday as antique
about displaying their collections here and many have made some good
lovers from all over North Florida flocked to the Bradford Women's Club sales of their items to customers during the two days."
Antique Show and Sale held at the Bradford County Fairgrounds."The .
Home-cooked meals for the hungry patrons were a big feature of the
cold weather helped us this year because we had to compete with show onr again Aq antique lovers! dined on meat loaf and mashed
the Gatornationals down in Gainesville," commented Roxanne potatoes Saturday then feasted last
on year's favorite,chicken !tetrazinni
Ruckdeschel, spokeswoman and coordinator for the annual event. "We during the Sunday show.
had a big, enthusiastic crowd and plenty of beautiful old items on display
for the spectators. This show just keeps getting bigger and bigger all the "The meals are a big part of the appeal of the show," Ross Elliot of

time." too.Waldo" said. "It's a unique combination, antiques and home cooking, tasty .- _'M __.".,-.

Browsers found plenty to look at indeed as the dsiplays at the

fairgrounds ranged from beautiful old antique clocks, silverware of every The dessert bar featured Bradford's famous Strawberry shortcake, as llronser's Delight...
shape and description, old jewlery in glittering glass display cases, in- well as homemade pies, torts and cheesecakes.
tricately dressed dolls of all sizes and many furniture items representingmany Tickets purchased for the show included a chance at a daily drawing for Ph.tllI..1hll\"' and at top loft are some of the many antique items on
lispla and fur sale at the liruillord Uomen's Club's Annual Collectible
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periods of American history. door prizes and a grand prize drawing of $100 on Sunday afternoon. >
"This show is well worth driving for," said Joanna Smith of Jackson- Show .nut Sale last weekend at he lir.idford County Fairgrounds.The .
ville, who traveled to Starke with her family for the show. "I've been to Over 60 different booths were in operation with over 40 exhibitors how le.itured a \ 1I1'letor items including! old dolls, silver, furniture -
plenty of shows in the Jacksonville area and this one compares very displaying the finest of their personal collections. and other items along with homemade meals cooked by membersfor
favorably with. the ones I've been to there. I plan to come to come back "The show has been a great success," Ruckdeschel commented. "We the luingrv patrons,
next year." think it will continue to grow in the years ahead."


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I Obie Farris a great greeter for Care Center Cline is newDirector


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by Buster Rahn are approved by county commissioners, there is no obligation or liabilityfor P
the county to underwrite the issue. Construction was completed in
BCT Staff Writer

When the weather is nice, Obie Farris can be found sitting in his wheel 1985.Whispering Pines Care Center is operated primarily for residents of at Care CenterFrederick

chair, on the apron, between the driveway and the building entrance at Bradford and Union counties, and they have priority in admissions, said
Whispering Pines Care Center. Griffis, although residents from other areas are accepted, when space is H. Cline reported to
Obie is the unofficial greeter, and will exchange pleasantries with each available. Whispering Pines Care Center as
person entering or leaving the facility. When the new addition was completed, new residents were solicited from Administrator, replacing Pat
Whispering Pines Care Center, at 808 E. Colley Road between East Call surrounding counties, in order to fill vacancies, and increase revenue. Scanlon on Monday, March 17.
Street and SR-100 south. It is a large, white single story building, providing Whispering Pines Care Center's table of organization provides for 113 Cline. 51, is a native of Broward
total care for 120 residents. With the exception of four rooms full and part-time positions, and all are currently filled. Approximately 71 County, Florida. He holds a Bac-
reserved for single occupancy, all residents are housed in semi-private percent of the employees, including nurses, aides, physical therapistsand culaurate degree in Business Administration
rooms, each with a private bath. The rooms are spacious, compared to activities staff, work directly with the residents. The remaining 29 r' r from the University of
some facilities, with a large window to keep one from feeling shut-in. The percent of the staff handles admissions, administrative duties, Florida, and a Masters degree in
doors and hallways are wide,to allow wheel chairs and hospital beds to be housekeeping, maintenance and laundry. There are 26 licensed nurses on Health Care Administration from
moved freely and allow residents to roam about the building without the resident care staff including RN Susan Cook, the director of nurses, the University of Michigan ((1981)( ). He
.. and RN Elaine Slocum, assistant director of nurses. Administrator Fred was formerly employed by University -
Cline, who began work March 17, said this represents a very favorable Care Center, Gainesville, as Administrator
nurse-to-resident ratio and further stated "I find this staff to be the finest and Comptroller. Prior
that I ever worked with, because they really care about their patients." employment was with Blue Cross
Cline says Whispering Pines Care Center pays competitive salaries and and Blue Shield for eight years,
xd wages at all levels of skills, in an effort to attract and keep top quality working as a Medicare Field
employees.An Auditor.
important component of any facility housing patients, residents or Cline's wife, the former Dawn A.
inmates, is the Food Service Department, and this facility is no excep- I Finklea, is a native Floridian, also,
tion. Richard Provine, a retired Army cook with 32 years of experience, is and is employed by the Humana
i chief steward. In cooperation with dietician Mary Johnson, special diets Hospital in Orange Park, as a
are prepared for each resident, according to individual needs. Am- surgical nurse. They live in Mid-
bulatory residents eat in the dining room; those patients who require dleburg and have a teenage
assistance are fed, either in their rooms, or in a day room, with nurses daughter, Lynda.
and aides actually feeding those who require it. Three meals are served
each day Cline !stated that he accepted the
Jean Wells is head of the Environmental Services Department, which position with Whispering Pines Care
includes housekeeping, laundry and maintenance. Few facilities can- Center because of the challenge to
4tif boast of having a woman in charge of maintenance, more especially one continue the excellent patient care
that goes on the job and physically makes repairs. Residents are charged lor which the institution is noted,
$15 per month for laundry services,which is optional, if the family desiresto and to Improve the fiscal system, in
do the laundry themselves. Soiled clothing is picked up daily and keeping with his educational
returned to the residents closet or drawer on the following day. All background. He further stated that
clothing must be marked for proper identification. Whispering Pines has the finest
Activities Director Gail Roberts Johnson, assisted by Julie Thompson, staff, that he has ever encountered,
schedules religious services by volunteer organizations, five days a week, dedicated to the welfare of the pa.
for those residents who wish to participate. Exercise classes are held on tients
Tuesdays and Fridays, and bingo is played each Thursday. Various
crafts are available to those interested andr able to take part. WhisperingPines Cline is active in local politics,
Care Center solicits other volunteer organizations to bring their Fred Cline having served as campaign
programs for residents of the facility. treasurer for a candidate in the recent -
Jackie Crews Is the admissions officer and ART (Accredited Records New AdministratorAt election to fill the unexpiredterm
Technician), She assists the applicant in completing the many forms required Whispering PinesLumber of the late Senator Carlucci. '
including financial responsibility, medical and personal history,
-.- .r hobbies and other information pertinent to the applicant, enabling the
J staff to provide for special needs. If space is immediately available, she
assigns the resident to a room. shortage predicted I
Semi-private rooms are $57 per day for those who do not qualify for
financial assistance. If skilled care is required, such as a special duty
nurse, the rate may be increased. Those residents receiving financial Several factors contributing to genetically superior seedlings.
assistance must apply their social security income toward the facility this anticipated shortage are a grow- Although the seedlings are
charges with the exception of$30 per month, which may be retained forpersonal ing population consuming more available for planting this year,
Unofficial Greeter for Whispering Pines... expenses. If laundry service is furnished the resident must pay wood for a wider variety of purposes Division foresters warn against
The $15 per month, leaving himself only $15 per month to spend. The govern- and, in Florida, for example, the loss planting the seedlings on land used
not the rates. Their rate is determined by of 100,000 acres of forestland each this for trees which needs
same
ment may, or may pay year or
Obie Farris, 71, from Macclenny: sits on the apron of the entrance to
which considers the cost of operations and other factors. to other clearing. the
Whispering Pines on nice days and visitors. formula, year uses. They say seedlings
greets Simple arithmetic indicates gross income of $2,421,000 per year with 97 The Florida Department of should do well, however, on land that
percent occupancy rate, at $57 per resident day. Agriculture and Consumer Services' has been previously cleared.
A few months ago Griffis sold half interest in Whispering Pines Care Division of Forestry realized nearly Not all Florida land is suitable for
crowding. The physical plant is new and modern, containing a suite of ad- Center to George Grosse, former representitive (District 15) and former 25 years ago that there would be a slash pine, however, and for these
ministrative offices, a kitchen equipped to adequately handle the numberof U.S. marshal. The two associates also own a construction company, cur- shortage of timber and set about fin other sites the Division recommends
people living there, and a dining room which doubles as a rec area bet- rently engaged in building apartment buildings. An apartment complexin ding genetically superior pine trees either loblolly pine, sand pine or
ween meals. There are physical therapy rooms, and special bathroomsfor Lawtey will be completed within six weeks, and another complex is that would produce more fiber per longleaf pine, depending on site con-
bathing patients. There are other specialty rooms, including drug under way In Baldwin. Griffis and Grosse solved the question of whose acre. This year for the first time ditions.
rooms, nurses stations and an activities office. Adjacent to the main name would appear first on the letterhead by naming the firm "G and G after years of research, we are ableto Loblolly pines, for example, grow
building, there is a laundry for resident clothing. Linens are handled by Construction Co." Grosse lives In West Duval County and operates a offer these slash pine trees that best on weldrained, rich sites. Sand
an outside firm. polygraph testing company, in addition to other Interests. Griffis stated are more disease-resistant, faster pine grows best on sandy sites.
that there are no plans to expand at this time, although the corporationowns growing and better formed. Longleaf pines will grow on either I
four acres at the site. These seedlings are the cream of site but the seedlings must be those I
In 1981, J.D.Griffis, a Raiford businessman and current Mayor, pur- Nursing homes are supervised by the Department of Rehabilitative the crop from the seeds of some proven to !prefer either sandy sitesor
Pines Care Center from the Rev. Lawton Thomas of
chased Whispering with unscheduled slash trees that well-drained sites.
Services (HRS). A major survey is conducted annually, 30,000 pine were
Macclenny. The building was small, with a capacity of 49 residents. Grif- inspections at other times during the year. Facilities with low ratings are grown from choice cuttings graftedto It Is only recently that foresters I
fis began immediately to plan for expansion oft the facility, and search for subject to close scrutiny and frequent Inspections. Fortunately, Whispering root stocks at the Division's have recognized that longleaf pine
long term funding. Hospitals, nursing homes and other industries may Pines Care Center has received a "superior" rating for the past two nurseries in the early 60s. From seedlings have a preference. Those I
issue Industrial Revenue Bonds, when in the public Interest, and with the these came the 60,000 best trees that prefer sandy sites but are
years.One
approval of the Board of County Commissioners. This method of fundingwas day recently, Obie Farris wasn't too happy. The laundry has lost which were then culled to preservethe planted on a well-drained site may t
chosen, and received the required approval. Bonds in the amount of his newly purchased undershorts. Honest Injun, that'ts the first and last 30,000 prime parents from which remain In a dormant "grass stage' ;
$3.5 million were issued and sold in 1983. Industrial Revenue Bonds are attractive
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Track Team Second in Tri-Meet, Travel to Florida Relays. Sat.. I


Bruce Davis won the mile run in a 2)Hamilton) B, 43'/i" 3)Brown, LO, 120-Yd( High Hurdles: Hicks,LO, 58.52. 4)Watson, LO, 59.01. Two Mile Run:1)Tull: ,LO,11:33.51: Wesley Johnson, Darrin Patterson, I
three-way meet with Live Oak and '}V 4)Gilliard) LO, 36'6". 17.34 2)DePass) LO, 18.37, 330-Yd( Hurdles: Hicks) LO,45.99 2)Derringer, LO, 11:37.57 Corey Roberts, and Brian Lane ran
St.Johns ran Tuesday, March 25, on Discus: DBittiker) LO, 127'2" 3)Rosserman, LO, 20.38 4)Smith) B, 2)DePass) LO, 46.76 3)Smith) B, 3)Hewlett) SJ,11:41.09: 4)Boyd) LO, 46.9 in the 440 yard relay.
the Bradford Oval. 2)Brown) LO, 11'5" 3)Hamilton, B, 2061. 47.20 4)Hogan) LO, 48.88. 11:43.42.: Spencer Smith ran the 330 yard
Live Oak won the meet with 132 107'7" 4)Phillips) LO 105'6" 100-Meter Dash: Haynes) LO, 880-Yd( Run: DStankunas) LO, Mile Relay: DLive) Oak 3:40.1: low hurdles in 50.26.
points. Depth shy BUS was second High Jump: DGillham, LO, 6'2" 11.59 2)Brown) LO, 11.66 3)Jamison) 2:09.31: 2)Davis, B, 2:13.16: 2)St.Johns) 4:45.04.: Robert Thorpe ran the 880 in
with 52 points, and St. Johns had 9 2)Cooper) B, 6'0" 3)Wells, LO, 5'4" B, 11.68 4)Lane) B, 11.95. 3)Thorpe,8,2:1404: 4)Vanjania) ,SJ, 2:14.34.:
points. The boys are showing 4)Watson, LO, 5'4". Mile Run: DDavis) B, 5:08.04: 21488. At Raines... Cleve Hankerson ran the 440 yard
evidence of some quality, but still Long Jump: DGraham) LO, 2)Derringer, LO, 5:10.86: 3)Hmes, Spring Medley Relay: DBHS) No BHS boy runner placed in the dash in 61.2.
must continue to work hard, says 20'11" 2)Stankunas) LO, 18'7'/ii" LO, 5:15: .88 4)Boyd) LO, 51603.: (Johnson, Clinton Jenkins, Roberts, first six at the tough open meet at In the mile relay Johnson,Thorpe,
Coach George Loper. 3)Brown, LO, 18'6" 4)Marrin) LO, 440-Yd Relay: Bradford) Silas Jenkins) 4:05.30: 2)Llve) Oak Raines High last Saturday, March/ Lane, and Roberts ran 34769.:
17'9" (Johnson,Jenkins,Roberts,Cooper) 41513.: 22, called the Bob Hayes Ihvita- Brian Lane ran the 220 yard dashin
Upcoming... Triple Jump: DGraham) LO, 45.02 2))Live Oak 46.95. 220-Yd( Dash: DGraham) LO,23.91 tional. 25.42.
The boys will go to the Florida 43'7" 2)Martin, LO, 38'0" 3)Wells) 440-Yd. Dash: DStankunas) LO, 2)Lane) 24.73 3)Jamison) ,B,24.84 Cam Ward ran 5:17.83 and Gene Cam Ward ran the two mile run in
Relay at the University of Florida LO, 36'10" 4)P.) Brown, LO 3510". 54,0 2)Johnson) LO,56.86 3)Lane, B, 4)Brown) : LO, 25.39. Powell 5:54.75: in the mile run. 11:24.39.: I
track in Gainesville this Saturday
March 29, where they will see the !
toughest competition m the state.
Coach George Loper figures to
load up the one mile sprint medley
relay ((2/220's, a 440, and a an 880
run) and the distance medley ( a
half, a quarter, a 3-quarters, and a
mile) and see what his boys can do
against the tough competition. The
mile medley team will be Wesley
Johnson Clinton Jenkins, Corey
Roberts, and Bruce Davis. The
distance medley team will be Silas
Jenkins, Corey Roberts Robert
Thorpe and Bruce Davis.
Next Tuesday April, the BUS boys
are scheduled to host Gainesville
Eastside, Gainesville High and In-
terlachen High in a 4-way meet. 0

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first two batters, and the third batter
singled, and the fourth batter hit a
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In the top of the seventh with a
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two out. Thornton singled to score :
Butler Jackson walked to load the
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out and bases loaded Jackson hit a : WATCH YOUR MAIL
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"Our JV's played real hard," says WINN-DIXIE
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Santa Fe Defeats Tornadoes 6-1. Comeback at Clay Falls ShortThe

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Fe for six innings but let the game BHS scored two runs In the top of to the sixth when Santa Fe broke of the 7th and gave up a disputed
get away in the 7th then got behind the fourth wnen Shaun Robinson loose on some walks, and timely three-run home run to Santa Fe's
Clay High 7-0 early and couldn't walked, stole second, and scored on hits, plus two wild pitches. Reddish Lanier.The official ruled the ball hit
catch up in the past week's play. Robert Starling's RBI single to right allowed five hits,struck out 6,walk- the field house in the air, which by
"We're 'just not coming through field. Starling scored on a ground ed 5,and had 7 Tornado errors com- the rules is a home run. But the
with the hits we need," says Assis, ball by Jerry Roebuck.In mitted in back of him. home run did not affect the game's
tant Coach Jim Lewis. the fifth BHS added two more Robert Starling relieved in the top outcome, said Coach Lewis
Now 4-6,BUS hosts Clay High in a runs when Chad Reddish led with a
rematch at 7 p.m. today (Thursday, single, advanced on a walk to Tim
March 27).Saturday March 29,BUS Lewis, and scored on an RBI single -
is scheduled to travel to Eastside for by Billy Heavener. Todd McLeod
a 1 p.m.district game in Gainesville. walked to load the bases, and Lewis LwjM 4l D p
After that, the baseballers are idle scored on a fielder's choice by
until Thursday, April 3, when Robert Starling. Mike Chappell was
Gainesville Bucholz in a 5 p.m. intentionally walked to load the j :hYWc
game. After April 3, the Tornadoesare bases,but Roebuck struck out to end ar ? .
looking at a long Easter vacation the inning.
until an April 14 game with
Gainesville High.That gap may pro- Clay jumped out 2-0 in the first on PICAFLICVIDEO
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A March 20 game with Keystonewas 2 walks,hits,and 3 Tornado errors. ",WkM
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The BUS boy's! tennis !squad just The boys improved their team pion, handed Jason Brown an 8-2 set McNeil 8-4 in the closest match of
keepsonrolling! puking", two wins match record to 5.2 with the win, (back, the day.
in last! wuuk s.11'1 lun'uu'lulling. a!split In doubles, Erwin and Simmonmscame "The only way for a good player to Broncos Return
ci victory UNIT Lake Duller Brown brothers in a thi'iller-98(7-5( players on a higher level," BHS the boy's win streak at five straight
In the lust! :Muldlfhurg match, in the tiebreaker), but Wilson:: and Coach Jerry McGriff commented. matches with a narrow, 4-3 win over
tills number one singles", player Kick Kimutis evened the /score for "!l's good experience to play a BUS Tuesday in Starke.
Jason. Broun got into a tough match BUS with an 8.6 win in number two highly trained player like Perez." Erwin defeated Jason Brown 8-4
uilh Bobby Erwin; but used his doubles over Mikos and John Com- The rest of the BHS netters had lit on the number one court, and
superior !stroking ability to take ana mellas. The Broncos took the linal tle problem keeping their team on although Jody Brown and Pat Diggs
r) win. match of the day when Kh.tlamlllnd the win/streak Jody Brown polishedoil kept their personal winning streaks
On court Iwo Jody Brown Blackshear beat BUS'S Kirby Joe Mike Taylor 8-0, Jimmy Wilson alive with 8-3 and 8-4 victories over
IHeatcd Stuart! Simmons 8-4 Jim- Ilildebriin 8-3. defeated Cesar Vargas 8-1, Paul Simmons and Kirkland, Jabot beat
iii)' Wilson curved out un 8.5 victory Bawek beat Tony Kemp 8.2 and Patt Jimmy Wilson 8-2 on court three and
over Russ Mikos on court three, like liiitler Pulls Diggs swept past Robert McNeil 80. Mikos defeated Paul Bawek 8-3 on.
I'.ml B.mc'k lost t the only !singles The BHS boys hosted Lake Duller In doubles, the Brown brothers court four.
in.iU'h. ot the day 6.8 to Mid- Friday and took an easy 6-1 vrtory.! kept the winning streak going with The Brown brothers tied the
'burgs' John ('unu Ias! on court The only loss for the Tornadoes in an 82 victory over Perez and match on court one in doubles with
':'i"in', IKII Pat Diggs Uuinced back for singles came on court one, where Waters, Wilson and Kimulis beat an 8-4 victory over Erwin and Sim- a u
MIS! on mint live vMth an 8-3 decinn Lake Butler's Pal Pore/, former Vargas and Kemp 8-1 and Diggs and mons on court one, but Jabot and
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I Bradford Softball Team Powers Their Way To Perfect Record I



Bradford High girl softballers are Shaun Butler's two doubles and Coach Slater. BItS should have Rot; "We finally got out act togetherand end finally coming on a long fly ball, Reddish which hung up in the wind,
9-0 with three wins in the past week five RBI's were the top BHS perfor- ten five or six runs out of the inning started hitting the ball on the ordinarily a home run, by Marla or the score( would have higher. I
!including a close game with mance. The Forest pitcher issued but settled for three.In ground," said Coach Slater of the big
Keystone High saved by a diving six straight bases on balls in the sixth inning explosion in which BHS r .
catch by third baseman Kelley sixth to help the BHS cause, but the a live run rally Forest went up COMMISSARY FOOD---- STORESR
.lackson.: damage had already been done,says 8-3 in the top of the second on four scored 10 runs on 10 hits and five
BUS bombed Middleburg 14-5 here Coach Slater. hits, two walks and, and two infield walks Green, Parado, Taylor and 225 ot U.S. 301 Lowtey 782-3017
Tuesday March 25, edged KitS 7-6 errors. Starling singled and Shaun Butler Low
here l Friday, and beat North Marion( Forest led for awhile and the Tor- doubled for three runs to close the I Gas Prices!

A 15.9 here last Wednesday, March 19. nado girls had to play catch-up. BIIS closed to 5-8 with two runs in score to 89. Marla Reddish's RBI Regular . . . Bai.'769
March 20 game with KHS was Forest went up 3-0 in the top of the the bottom of the fourth on three single tied the game at 9-9 and left _

rained out.Upcoming.. first on two BHS errors and two singles by Bridget Skeen and Sherry runners on first and third. Unleaded . . gal. 819
walks. Green. A fielder's choice
by Cindy
... Parado left runners on first and BuS finally got a 10-9 advantagewhen 0).) Super HI-Test. . gal.| 899
The girl softbnllers travel to Mac- The BITS girls tied it up 3-3 in the third, then a walk to Cindy Taylor Shaun Butler scored and Red- ;..;. '
clenny tod.iy (Thursday, March 27) bottom of the first on singles by Cindy loaded the bases. The two runs then dish moved to second on a fielder's Great Grocery & Meat !!
(10 play Raker high Tuesday, April Taylor and Ann Starling, double came on RBI singles by Ann Starlingand choice by Kelley Jackson. There was Buys
I 1,1 I ha girls travel! to Middleburg for( a by Shaun Butler for two runs. Shaun Butler. still just one out and a runner in T-Bones . el. $1.98 Pepsi & Coke
4.30: p.m. Next Thursday, April 3, Butler's hit was actually an inside- scoring position. Smith's RBI single
I hey play Gainesville High at homeat the-park home run, hut she did not Another Forst run made it 9-5 in scored Reddish and Williams' Rlbeyes . . '1. 69 16 oz. $ -469
4:30: p.m Friday, April 4, they step on the third base bag and the hit the top of the sixth on a single, a sacrifice scored Jackson for a 12-0 Center Cut Returnable |
travel to Iterlachen for a 4:45: p.m. was ruled a double by an official who( throwing error on a force play at se- BITS lead. Then came the six 49C
game. caught the error. Maria Reddish cond on which ball went into right straight free passes by Forest, Pork Chops ... Bottles plus| lax| *. deposit
then scored the third run on three field. But Cindy Parado( threw in to ".but the damage had already been Country s. a' Extra Urge Fla.
IUIS Middleburg: 5 !straight singles. Smith was called the infield to Marla Reddish who( done" said Slater. BuS won 15-9, the Rib Bacon . m. I Eggs . . not'2P
I'lie undefeated girl softballers ofUI out when Santa Fe claimed the ball threw out a Forest runner at home per
14I jumped::, out to( an 8-0 first-inning hit her, but it didn't hit her, says plate to hold Forest to one run.

load, then coasted to a 14-5 win over """"! ,... .
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March 25. '
GRAND OPENINGI I T
The 9.o Tornadoes sent 13 battersto II
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Senior Marla Reddish had a double a
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scored three runs and had three NOW AVAILABLE AT .
KlU's Ann Starling went 3-for-3 and I I \ MPne ,
scored three runs.
Bradford, batting at a .540 pace I --7Wf Call Now or Stop By PRICES EFFECTIVE
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KM got two runs in the top of the LsfjtsHOME ::r-ii':: : 'i I \ = CASE LZS LITER / ='
nrs* on three singles and an error tot. '
Ann Starling and Shaun Butler I olJ. w 't OF B '

il'HiMed, but BUS then hit two fly CENTER {. '. f-I wF 1S I BACARDX1 71.00 98
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Macj Reddish, Bridget Skeen, Tam-
my Lynn. Skeen got an RBI. Then I ALL NEW FURNITURE I l 'c ni .
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doulilcd to left to score Parado to put I Call 964-5606 for more information B HN I ""
BUS up 4.2 on the six hits, but ended 'ta anti tits ri O tie tie ....
ihe inning with two fly outs.
In the top of the third KM scored _
line run on a walk and two singles to FLORIDA! *
draw within one, 43. BHS came THEIR ONLY PERFORMANCE IN NORTH ; -

hack with one run in the bottom (of I
the third when Patty Smith doubled, 'Peking Aerofoils wow <--peci.ilnr with fu 441 w;1, 1.e;1

Stacy Reddish singled, then Bridget thulr IniKdlbletjLs 1.752LITER Ap / I
Skf en's RBI single scored Smith, for The Oregonian _
;11 5-3 BItS advantage.
Kit tied the game at 5-5 in the top Peking( Acmhits/ mujve theli m.l ot the fifth with two runs on five hits. The Dally California 1

In the bottom of the fifth BHS scored The reklnn Acrobat, olferett rf rtirepertoire CASE :, ... :,,A' .
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oil with a double, went to third on a of sHinnlngiMls ofildrlnginil 77.D0 DD3
ground ball by Smith, and scored on DdmttArizona/ Republic r.I i -
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right side. Peking Acrobats more: Than i IA BUS went up 7-5 in the bottom( of Progress Bulletin -
the sixth when Taylor Starling and
Butler single to load the bases.
scored (on Marla Reddish's
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long/ fly ball to( center. Jackson lined PRESENT 'W
to the pitcher, and Smith flied cut.
'Little did we know that was the insurance ,orw

In the top run,of" said the seventh Coach Slater.KH got a P t: K I N GACROBATS


run, when then, forcing Grice Ponder\ Tomlmson and Tomlinson hit a at fielder'schoice second singled I i LITER st.ruw.oussi case W

hut leaving runners in first and a 33aor, pFt2
third. Then Homer's RBI single rTM 59 90,25
scored! Grice to make it 76. E G ?
That left KH runners on first and
".'cnnc! and they were primed for the ILU R'S t
upset.Lady. / / SfeTCM '
Indian centerfielder Sarah

Raleigh popped up, then Pam FRIDAY, MARCH 28 7:30 P.M. t" Z .
Wheeler of KIIHS slashed a line shot '
down the third base line which probably AT THE O'CONNELL CENTER GAINESVILLE yd =Y =z'' ''
would have gone for a double
it not for Kelly Jackson's superlativecatch. ADULTS $8, SENIORS AND STUDENTS $6, _

Ann. Starling was 4-for-4, Bridget CHILDREN UNDER 12 $4-

Skeen was 3-for-3, Shaun Butler Tickets are available at the University Box Office Sabine Music r V
with double, Patty
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Smith was 2-for-3( with a double, Center Book (jollier)' West and the Country Sampler Oaks Mall Regular, Light
Stacy Reddish was 2-for-2, and Cin- 8 Extra Gold ,
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girls just kept hitting fly balls. Of 18
outs, 14 were on fly balls. The ball Iirr2-< ht.f.J CAW J< r.Jj $1 6.PAK CASE
just would not carry in the damp -

cold weather Friday, said Coach The FLORIDA ARTS CELEBRATION .19 supported ,in part by the National Endowment t 6 5 4 9 ""'
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BHS must hit the ball on the $
Slater. ot Florida of State.Division of Cultural Affairsand
for the Arts and the State Department ..
ground, the coach points out. the Florida Arts Council the Alachua County Commission. y d Rtdr. .,-"' e'r _
and the Gainesville Department of Cultural and Nature Operations. 12 oz.
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tom of the sixth led BHS 15-9 over the Florida Arts Celebration.'s n s u
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Au The Long Arm of the Law...

Lake Butler 4th Graders Union Count Sheriff Jerry Whitehead showed the
I. I students that the long arm of the law Is often more
helpful than frightening. .
Sheriff Whitehead filled the students In on the
various duties of a county police officer. The students
Hauled in to Court? were all made honorary deputies,

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"All rise for the Honorable Judge Defense Attorney Lott called }y i 't'a. y
David L. Reiman..." said Court teacher B.J. Foister to take the
Bailiff Albert Sweat of the Union defendant's seat and notified her
County Sheriff's Department, and 23 that she had been charged with be- t a 4BfL "Farming can bee
Lake Butler Middle School students ing late to school.
from Mrs. B.J. Foister's 4th grade "Half of the witnesses say that y{ ?
class rose In awed silence as the they were in the classroom when 1t complicatedthese
black-robed figure strode into the school began and she was not thereso
room and took his place on the benchof she was late to school. The other
the Union County Court. half say they saw her at school on days
The fourth graders toured the time, but that the principal called ar M
courthouse and all its various officeson her to his office to talk to her. These
Monday, Feb. 10, in an educa- witnesses maintain that she was at Same for I
tional program aimed at familiarizing school in the principal's office, so iv goes
students! with the local govern- she was not late to school," said 11 i
mental process. Lott, "Each set of witnesses knows
The students visited the offices of something about what happened and income
Tax Collector Josephine Addison, is telling the truth, but you- the jury-
Property Appraiser Wilford Croft, have to decide whether the accusa
Elections Supervisor Babs Roberts tion is correct or not," taxes
Montpetit, Clerk of Courts Margie The jury passed a unanimous verdict -
Cason and Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. of not guilty and Mrs. Foisterwas
In each office the students were escorted back to her seat by the So I toP
told what types of things each bailiff go
government official was expected to Judge Reiman addressed the jury
do and each official answered questions and the venire and explained that r { ; ''s r H&R Block |
asked by the students. this had been done for their benefit, +,tt ,
One student asked Sheriff so they would better understand the "With
Whitehead if he was going to arrest local judicial system and know what farming, one wrong step and it could costJou down the
them. The sheriff, the father of a their parents go through when they ri road. The same is true w ith tax preparation why I
fourth-grader, answered"No" I are asked to serve on a jury. always go to H&R Block. My preparer is, trained to know all the
know how much you kids eat. Students in attendance at the tour
The sheriff said he regreted that and the court session were: JD nny r -I special problems that farmers face. And that saves me money. So
the students couldn't tour the jail as Bowers, Danielle Douglass, Erica I'll do the farm work while Block does the tax work"
was origionally planned, but renova Freeman, Jacyn Gordon, Maurice ,
tion procedures have started and the Griffin, Stephanie Hendncks, Charity '
children! were not taken th'rchile Henley, Trey Johns, Charles People who know their business go to a-r.} I
work was being done Johnson, Mellanie Loperena, Jason Words of Judicial Wisdom... : !
The students seemed especially interested Marton, Jeffrey Norczyk, Kim
Union County Judge David Keiman tells Lake Butler Middle
in the stacks upon stacks of Rodriquez, Travis Rogers, Ben graders about the American judicial lie conducted School 4th H&R BLOCKae,
legal files and court record books in Rosinski, Keith Santana, Lee fur I-.Unit-ills system a mock-trial:
could
so they a first-hand -
gain of the
understanding court
the records vault in the clerk's office Thomas, Shannon Touchstone, S'h'III.O.t.
Starke .
Deputy Clerk Sue Hobby show- Yulonda Weeks, Shonda Westfall, Keystone Hgts. Hawthorne
.\) of the students had ,
never been in a courtroom before and
the trip 964 8286 473
ed the students some of the books Erick Williams, Sandra Williams. lie courthouse -3646 481.3991
through was both fun and Informative for them.
and explained how evidence for _I.sn I
trials was kept there, sometimes for -
very long periods of time, until the

case After is settled touring the county offices,
the students were escorted into the Custom Calling from Centel
courtroom by the bailiff and cautioned keeps
to be quirt during the procedings
Judge Reiman began by explaining
to the students who the people in well-connected-
the courtroom were you
He said that the bailiff was the officer
from the shenlf's department
in charge of the jury. "Which means
that if anyone on the jury is concerned
for their personal well-being they
should inform the bailiff and he will Call
take Reiman.it from there," said Judge Waiting.

Judge Reiman introduced the '
students to Assistant State Attorney Breakthrough
John Phillips and Defense Attorney k +
Martha Holt,who is a member ol the the piaybyplay. ,g
Florida Defense Bar. .
Deputy Clerk Sue Hobby was then
instructed by Reiman to swear in the With Call Waiting, there's no waiting to be reached when
venire (group of people from which your line is busy. 'p 1WM%

jurors graders are were chosen.instructed) The to fourth raise Calls get right through because a "berp beep" signals

their right hands and swear their another caller on the line.That way you don't miss important i I"
willingness to serve to the best of \ news, and important news doesn't miss you.

their Judge ability.Reiman then drew numbersto J' g :"
choose six jurors from the venire.
They were: Charles Johnson, Lee
Thomas, Sandra Williams, Travis
Rogers, Tina Peacock, Kim
Rodriguez, and Charity Henley.
The six took their places in the r ,
jury box, somewhat apprehensivesince ct
none of them had ever been in
a courtroom before, much less in the
jury box.Judge. ws
Reiman then ordered that
the jurors be given the Voire Dire (to .
speak the truth) examination. "The i
purpose of this examination is to ob- ( l > :!
tain six individuals who will fairly d
try this case set before us today and !
not be influenced by opinions they
now hold on matters relating to this J Call Forwarding.
case," said Judge Reiman.
Reiman instructed both Assistant ,d
State Attorney Phillips and Defense Things work out when
Attorney Lott to aks questions of the ,

serve jurors they would as and jurors agree decide for to the whether having case. the or not six 1iIq-f : ; 1:: : your calls II keep up.

Lott told the students that it is ( Call
very important to serve on a jury > M Forwarding moans your calls go at the same
because trial by jury is one of the pace you do.Because.
things that makes America a by dialing a simple code,you can auto

democracy.a crime, they"If a have person the is right accusedof to be matically transfer them to any local number where you'll

tried by a jury of their peers.Juries be. Or when you I leave town to the home of a friend or
aren't made up of lawyers or doc relative. So to unfriendly callers, it seems like you're
tors, they're made up of average
home when
people," said Lott. x even you're not
"If one of your fourth graders did A
something wrong and we were goingto III Fry
have a trial by jury, then the jury Y <
should be composed of fourth
graders," said Lott.

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YARD SALE 4 families, Fri Spring estimates HandyMan Fence Co Electricity Included. Low weekly In Starke, phone 964.4238.3/27 TFN. goes with It. In all 130 on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2 Ba, carpet, range, refrlg. Incl., all
clothing, furnitur., record player, Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. fin monthly rotes. Palms Apartments, MOBILE HOME: 2 BR, clean, furnished, furniture purchase optional.
much more 401 N. Cherry St. 3/27 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, 2314 N. Temple Ave. tIn central H&A In City of Stork. 9648810. -3 ACRES-OKLAWAHA RIVER: High and dry. good location. $15,000.

2tpd. etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 3/27 Itpd. -3 BEDROOM, 1 bath on 3.83 ,
acres trees, $37,000.
THREE FAMILY GARAGE SALES 508 N. TWO TRAILERS: 1 BR each Electricity fur pecan
964-6078. Orders also taken In Lake BA opt. For mar. Information' call Lake
Walnut HOME t 15.5 ACRES: off Rd. 235 NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse, born ((2 stalls),
St., Fri S Sot., 1934 Chev. Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal' Oppor nlshed. Near Graham. $60. per week
syrup bldg.. creek runs thru $46,000 terms.
Pickup, 1979 Barth Motorhome, small 4734973. 2/26 tfn tunity Housing 6/7 tlnchg' Call 485-1371. Itchg 3/27. property
clock WHITE BRICK > STUCCO I with 3 BR, 1 both CH/A, 38000.
radio, waffle S sandwich Iron, WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1 1BR KITCHENETTES furnished, TV, all
small oven, 2 toasters, coffee pot, kitchen YOUR BUSINESS apartments with kitchens, located next utilities Turn Day or weekly, Under TWO ACRES 301 Si $94,444, possibility of getting two additional acres or morel I
war., fireplace set, choir WANT TO STOP to Tenneco station In downtown wood Motel, 3 miles N of Starke on 301. FRAME 4 BR 2 Bat on 5 Acresincludes garage 8 solar greenhouse, $69,000.A .
cushions, new coleman campstove, THAT'S OURS Stork. $50-$75 per week. Call 3/27 I Itchg. JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home In city, appro 2417 sq. ft., CH/A.
dishes, pots & pans, silverware, drill, 3 Alcoholics Anonymous 964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 1 12/5TF 2BR MOBILE HOME: In Westmoreland TR Reduced to $49,0001HANDSOME
jigsaws, handsaw, hammers, portable 964..150.4.6.9..6219 COMMERCIAL MINI' STORAGE now PK, lot 25. No pets. 9645219. 3/27 t PRIVATE 4 BR, 2 Ba, brick, Country Club. Assume mtg. of
sewing machine, transmission jack, CB pd thru 5/15 available at C&C Mini Storage. 12 ft. Itchg. $50,000.8.75'% igt.r.st Owner will hold 2nd mtg.
antennas, twin trucker antenna, 16' SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines ceilings, lights, power new reduced ROOM FOR RENT 1 or 2 people. Non- MOTIVATED SELLER Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen, 2 utility rooms, 2
ground plane, 20' ground plane, star- relald. Serving Bradford County for 10 rates 964.8848. 1/9TF smoker/non-drlnker. Private Bath, car garage, fireplace, CH/A on one acre.
duster 100' Hvy. CB coax, 2 telescope years. Bradford Soptlc Tank Service ROOMS FOR RENTi Magnolia Hotel, $3 W/WO kitchen priv. Write P.O. Box SIMPLY STUNNING
ing masts, assortment of 1332 Starke. 3/27 2tpd 4/3. : COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer a handsome
speakers, 15x 964-8121,10/17 TFchg night. From $35 week. Discount
per per brick and cedar home on 37'/\ acres, 4 BR, 2'/. Ba plus nice born. $133,000.
SUBLET
3 air lander, 16 cu. ft. Kenmore SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes offered for longer term. Apply In person 2BR APARTMENT $150. mo. No
3 LOTS IN CITY $".500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian St., 1 lot
upright freezer, elec. pets or children Call 964-4151. Itchg Jeff.raon.St.
porch swing, cleaned, oiled and adjusted, $15. Used Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across
HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala block home
scrubber-polisher, stainless coffee 3/27. op
30-cup
sewing machines for sale. James from Post Office. TF
pot, gasoline.ngine 22 ACRE PASTURE fenced and prox. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty, acres Crawford Rd. plus four chicken
yard
vacuum Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy LARGE 2 BR HOUSE I bath, CH/A, stove, watered
outside and Inside' house doors, Royal 16, Starke. 964-8733. 12/5TF refrigerator. Suitable for couple or 4 miles from STarke on hard road barns-*a good going business. Owner financing Buy all or port I
typewriter, bugwacker, roof mount exhaust HANDYMAN carpentry, painting, electrical small family. $350/month. Call 964-7679. 1 tchg 3/27 NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd. Owner financ

fan, Electrolux vacuum, Kodak: complete home repair. 9647826. 2/20 TF ing.
carousel slide projector, Roberts reel. Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. EFFICIENCY APT.i Two rooms, compl. ENERGY EFFICIENT Brick 4 BR (one BR 14x20)), 1 '/, baths on '/, acre, LR, DR-
to-reel tape player, sofa bed, Call Mitch, 4733940. 1/9TF turn., no children 7823.3458.2/20TF MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S kitchen combo, den with FP. Well Insulated Carrier heat pump, average utility
tllverploted coffee service, elec. Craftsman LOSING YOUR HAIR Frizzy hair? Dry LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A, bill of $60. Located SR 16E. Reduced $42.0001
weed eater, elec. chain saw, hair? Oily hair? Stubborn hair? Try stove and refrigerator. Suitable for OWNER FINANCING 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, I I'll Ba, approx. 1705 sq. ft.,
else hedge clippers, table S chairs, Nexxus natural hair care products. couple or small family $350 month. and WEBB used: reasonable priceson CH/A, large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced backyard. If you have $7,500, owner
assortment table legs, elec. fans, Hairplanes, Inc., 9644645. 3/6 4tchg Call 964.7826.3/131F shoes new, crafts Itemt. Clothes, will hold lit mtg. and you pay balance In 20 years.
alterations
assorted hardware, light fixtures, luggage 3/27 FOUR BEDROOM, one both house on Edwards 964.5732 964-7100 or HOUSE TO RENT.

rack for G.M wagon, home & NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT Try us. Rd. Kitchen/dining room always welcome or 9648569.3/13 TFBEN'S Consignments COUNTRY LIVING: CB 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range, refrig., DW remain with
garden sprayer, misc. sizes hardwood.Call Hairplanes, 9644645. 3/6 4tchg 3/27 together, CH/A. $325 per month. home. Also storage bldg. 8 tractor. 49600.
9647944. I Itpd. 3/27 PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all 964.7967.3/20 2lpd: 3/27 GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath, 22000.
phases obedience I personal protection 3 BR HOUSE CH/A, family room with BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH, CH/A. 100x200 lot, 20000.
HOMESFOR show ring. Experienced all fireplace; utility storage room, large AC 8REFRIGERATION 533 PRATT STREET 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, $15,000.
breeds. 964.5732 or 964.7100.3/13 TF screen porch, all appliances, fenced
SALE BE SLIM FOREVER: New weight loss pro back yard, 1 yr. lease and deposit. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
f gram develops the whole person. $373 per month. 1021 W, Pratt St., 782.3564 Lawtoy 14 plus Acres . . SW 75th St.. . . . $35,000
Sound nutrition and mental 9648073. 3/6 TF Near Hampton Lake
I BY OWNER: 3/1 on private drive just out positive attitude
: of town Wood stove, central heat and Call Marie 782.3790l33tchg APARTMENTS: 3 BR Apt. and 1 BR apt. 120 E. Call St. . . . Building . . . $47,000
, AC. very nice. 964-5997. 3/20 3tpd 4/3 3/27 First floor, children-yes; pets-no. 346 301 Dairy Queen . . Building . . . $89,000
FOR SALE BY OWNER IN STARKE: nice 3 EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: disking, Cherry St. 964-8498. 3/20 TF 2 lots W. Madison . . . Owner Financed . . $27,500
BR home, many extras. $38,500. 8'/t % mowing, blade work, garden work. 3 BR HOUSE with stove S refrigerator COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC 4 acres G"ffi.Loop . . . Vacant Prop . . $16,000
FHA first mortgage. Call 9644718. 3/13 Free estimates. Have tractor will Children-yes, pets--no. 346 Cherry St., Alrconditiortlng Golfvlew Acres . . . .Lot16 . . . $9.500
4tpd 4/3 travel. 782.3469 or 9648230. 3/13 TF 9648498. 3/20 TF Central Mimosa & Bessent . . . 3 lots . . . ea.$6,900
THREE BEDROOM BRICK home CH/A, 2 WHY BE LONELY? Start new y.ar right. 2 BR 1 BA, new carpet just painted, Window 5 Oak. Subdlv. . . . . .1lot . . . $10,000
baths, LR/DR, fireplace, breakfast Companions, friends, dates all $275.00. Call Carol Warner 9645065. Dehumidifiers, Hwy. 16 W. . . . Lots I 182. . . . $10.000
room, game room. 560 Glendale St. available For Information and applica ERA Tiffin 8 Owens, Inc. 1 Itchg 3/27. Auto 8 Truck Crosbylake . . . . . Lot 22 . . . . $17,000
964.5468.3/13 TF Lion, write "Southern Singles". Box 2 BR I BA, opt screened In front porch, Country Club . . . . lot 7 . . . $8,000
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743FLD Fla. fcan .. Call
THREE BEDROOMS 2 Bath, with central STUDENT Bonifay 32425. 86. $175.00. Carol Warner 9645065. ICEMACHINES S ICEMAKERS 301 North . . . . . 10 lots . . . $175000
TYPING done at reasonable ERA Tiffin 8 Owens Inc. 3/27.
heat and air. Approx. 2.000 sq. ft. Call Work Itchg Rentals Country Club . . . Lot 9 . . . . $9,500Sampson
rates guaranteed. 964.7777 3 BR 1 BA, house on Madison St., $250.00
or
964.6201.3/27 2tchg 4/3. 218 S. Walnut St. W.W. Professional month. Call Carol Warner 9645065. RepairsREFRIGERATORS lake . . . 2 lots . . . ea.$17,900
Office & Personnel Services, 85. ERA Tiffin 8 Owens, Inc. Itchg 3/27. Somp.onLok. . . .. .110t . . . . . $21.900
: BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES (Earlier or later by appt.) 3/20 2tchg 1 BR and efficiency apartments startingat FREEZERS. STOVES. Free Notary Services
3/27 $140. per month. Call Coral Warner WASHERS A DRIERS * *
PERSONAL TYPING done for individualsletters 964.5065. ERA Tiffin 8 Owens, Inc Home repair arid a few EVENINGS
contracts, legal forms. We will Itchg 321.RENTALS 2nd hand model BILL DODD 964-7408 IRVING CLARK JR. 964.7188
OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sp'ortswear: copy or help you compose. Business AVAILABLE) $150 pet month i I JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 91>".6593
ladles apparel, childrens, large size, typing done In a professional manner. and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker Total Home ComfortAt NOVIS WARD 964.7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408
petite, combination store, maternity, Copy or transcription. 964.7777 or 218S. Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF A Reasonable Cost RANDY CORY 475-2597
accessories. Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi), Walnut St. 3/20 2tchg 3/27 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Ben or Don on call I
E Z Street, Izod, Esprit, Tomboy, Colvin BAKER L.P. GAS, INC. We have a summertime Highway 16 W. Close to prison. 24 hrs. 782-3564 .
Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz special and senior citizens 96 .7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg r fa tsnEllEEao. a lkla- _
Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, discount. Plus a special for farms and NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown 3/274tpd 4/17
Healthtex, over 1000 others, $13,300 to commercial accounts. We don't chargeany Law office on E. Call St. If you are interested
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$24,900 Inventory, training, fixtures, deposits. Phone: 1-800-635-2371 or in renting this office and I I GIGANTIC AUCTION
grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. 2596810.327 3tpd 4/10. selecting carpet and having input Into
Mr. Keenan, ((305)) 6783639. Itpd 3/27 PIANO LESSONS: still some openings renovating it. call 964-6305, John FLORILAND J Saturday March 29
left Call Debbie Woodfin, 9648740. Miller TF I

LAND FOR SALE MOWING-TRIMMING edging and all FOR RENT OR SALE: Like new, 3 BR, 1 REALTY Across from New Post Office on SR 21 Melrose I
types of lawn work. Rick's Lawn Ser bath block house on 2.6 acres 964-7700

vice. 473-4512 4tpd 3/20-4/10 9645445. 2/13TF m N. T"I. A... I PERSONAL: All restaurant, lounge equipment andI
ACRE LOTSi Pleasant Grove Settlement. THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent, Van:_ ,. Odom Srok.r GUI

964-5606.$3,500. $350 1/03 dn.tfn, $70 per mo. Call GOOD outside 964.7619.3/13 city 4tchg limits.4/3 964-8614 or Joy Thornton Aitoclota I furniture; also one automobile; 4 loose dinettes and aB I

ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY FRIDAYMarch FOR RENT IN CITY: 5 BR mobile home, I quantity of lumber.
ROAD $3,000, no down payment, $70 CH/A, complete kitchen $385/mo. -3 BEDROOM. 1 bath nice ham., low I
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 28th Call 964.4060.3/204rod 4/10 $30s. 1 REAL ESTATE: Beautiful 5,000 sq. ft. block building
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after -1 ACRE: with well; owner financ I
5, call 9645251. 3/07 tIn ing. I 'with Masord roof; 200 ft highway frontage; 3 mobile

FIVE ACRE: homesltes. Owner 964-5944. NOW HIRING LOTS: Graham aree, owner financing -
3/27 4tchg 4/17. 1 acre up. I I home connections and 2 small buildings. I
LAND FOR SALEMountaln land for sale machine helpful but not Only serious
Sewing operators. Experience necessary. -5 ACRES 476' on 301 South. This
$100.00 down, finance I I is a top notch business location and could be
by owner owner lob seekers apply' at LOTS toned for trailers, VI acre to
.d, 2 acre tracts, nearby 3,000 acre VOGUE, INC. 1'acre, owner financed $500 into a shopping plaza. Terms I
take, 1 hours north of Atlanta, near 710 S. Water St. down. an-
fcan-86.52.3/27.Elllay.| ((404)) 276.2727 or ((404)276.3668.) Starke, Fl. 3/37 Itpd Commercial Building-Call for mounted at time of sale. I

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LAVERN H. OUTLAW Shop & Compare l 11 I 1399.$36,500 Lov.ly 3 br. 1 ba. Plumbing Supplies From

IEREALTOR: block home In town, chain fenced .
for
: Broker Speclalln.uranc.Mobile Home Parks yard, must see thlsl Durrance Pump & Supply t
1421--4 br. 2 ba. home with access to
I'I' 4 Ask For: All types policies of homeowners for Santa Fe Lake Lovely decor plus ||* We' Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed ->

David L. Dodge, mobile homes. plenty of privacy. US 301 North, 164 N. Temple Ave.. 510'''. 964.7O611FUCarpet I
IM27--3 br. 1 ba brick home on 5 .
Master Senior AppraiserM.m.mb.r Call for Quote fenced new barn
acres. Large
of' Nat. Assn.
4522
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MasterAppraher. Olin's Mobile w/feed tank. More land available. r

STARKE. FL. __ _ _ __ _ Home Sales ,from 430--Starter home home 1 bedroom or home mobile away on (Any $ "| J95 Scotched

South 301 Plaza Complete Property Appraisal Service one acre, beautlfulland.cap.d yard,

Farms Homes Business eLand Elaine M. Olin, Agent pole barn, many, metal extras storage,for mobile a furnished low Cleaning irS) I "9 AvaiJUia/

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Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30.p.m. 964-5606 1f 402.Large 16500. 1 br. home In Raiford Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. newly remodeled now reduced to PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
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.ti 1420-Beautiful$11 ,500. 3 br. 2/ ba. brick on 7 Wa specialize In cltanint; and ra-djaini of wall to wall carpal, furniture

i ac. Many nice features Included cleaning and inside auto detailing.) Wo offer bids on oommerclal contract
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here, also greenhouse, hay barn,
Quality work at low, low prieai. Call now to make appointment.
paved frontage, pasture.J4314 .
i br 2 bas (unfinished) homeon Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
Roberts Real Estate
1 1/4 ac. in Lawley Includes ?.... ..* Call 964-4997 Call Hemser tfHOMES
986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL materials, RV, trailer, metal storage, ....
eHairplanesWELCOME i well and $22,000.5TROUT. 4M H- H. Clerk ,.11.|| ,,|., |I. )MI ,.... beck 3h. merle
964.6262 septic eitra okinje III W,rt BmrtiH.4 m.... c

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COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 LINDA I i "S1; 944-111 _'
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$50,000. Call Todayl! ...4.\. \ 473-M9e c.\0(1
| 737 S. Walnut St. Starke
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ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only 838 N. TEMPLE: "00 10% Off liii
964.4645 1:
$75,000. Owner terms possible. .ye sir STARKE: FL3209I' BEAUTIFUL Von f Custom Built

CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat & air. ......................... ---- Insulated Windows
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38,000. Installed

640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly BARGAINS FROM J1f'l .:_ $11.95 OF NORTH t -

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 Center Kitchen a lavatory Faucets | _

per acreI.! The Bargain -'slo.9s- > Tilt-In For

DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms. 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000. 4..,;' s'p4"as s Pipe Insulation Weatherstrlpplng FLORIDA .
Cleaning
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. de
3" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire

Well Pumps $.79 ft. $17.95250' Felt $6.50 per roll
COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE From $139.95 964-6766 .
George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Mobile Home Supplies llghtpoles e Cobtnete a Electrical a Plumbing' Supplies e

964-6058 Evenings c.a"\\'" BARGAIN CENTER INC.

Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser ..\110\9 10.000Miscellaneovsltemsand Selvage, ??n"'ngL 215 E. Call St.

964-4181 Evenings Starke, Fla.
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FOR SALEBRADFOWLIMEROCK FOR SALE HELP WANTEDFULL FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSPACK
LAND FOR SALE

TIME REAL ESTATE BR LAKEFRONT COTTAGE
SALESPEOPLE 2 $250 weekly -
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. RAT hat moved to location. .
new LAKI LOT Hlllcrest lake. $13.500.
Scholarship available!
ERA Tiffin plus deposit 4733856.
SALES Measures 24..36".25 cents each. Great and lOtchg Ono mile East of
Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. 3/27.5/29 Keystone Heights on Owner will finance. $164 per month
Llm.rock B Fill Dirt for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, loyfoyetteSt. SR-100. 2tchg 3/20.27 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
964.5065 7Ifn BR EFFICIENCY Whit Feather
1 Court.
20,d. .ml-loodi only 135 W. Call St. 964-6303. EXPERIENCED NURSING 4734961. -327.43MELROSE PACK RAT Buy, sell and trod. collectible WOODED ONI-THIRD ACRI lot near
Phen.712-3172 5/23 tfchg COpy MACHINES Canon-for rent or ASSISTANTS 2tchg Item and antiques. Used furniture Golf
Keystone Course. By owner, $4100
needed at Whispering Pine Car AREA 2 BR and 1 BR furnished
Ctr. -
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sal. at .. Canon ham copier, $799; Canon glassware, jewelry and much more. cosh. 175.2598.31pd 3/27-4/10
Call Susan Cook 9646220. mobile homes
12/5TF $150 B
Doublewlde Horn C.nt.r located home or office copier $999; Canon office porches Com see for yourself. One mile east LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT On.
SALES POSITION Must have
sale deposit $170 6 16846634.
North on 301 lawtey Flo. (this li not copier, $1399. Rent to own for as perience. Call 9645606. Ollnt Mobile ex 3/27.4/10 deposit of Keystone Height on Highway 100. acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473-7162
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP Home TFHAIRSTYLIST 3tchg 473.2183.3/20 tfnchg after 3. 3/27 tfnchg

FOR SALE: Store bought furnltur for 110 W. Call St., Stark. 9645764. 2/21 Florida Licensed RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP. 2 ACRES off of Go Lin* Road. Cleared
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sal. at Olln Horn C.nt.r located on tfn have following. Good benefits Must Lost soon to open. Will be taking In Items Clay County. $11,000. Call 475.1851

Highway 100 "" ... This It not trailer ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month. shop Halrplanes, 964.4645. 2/20 Busy all day Thursdays and Saturday for the after 3. Itpd 327POSITION
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg No down payment. Call 9646946. tIn GOVERNMENT JOBS TF $100 REWARD! Block mole Labrador, next several weeks. Highway 21

AKC TOY POODLES for stud 9644238. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. $39,230/yr. Now $16,040 to mixed dark spot on tongue. Lost Nov. North Keystone Height 4733106.
hiring. Call
RABBITS FOR SALE All ii.... 964-8439. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn 804-687-6000 ext. R-5504 for current 7 on SR-100 and Immokolee Road. 3/20 tfnchgBINGOAMERICAN WANTED
2/27 TFBUILDERS AM/FM/CASSITTE RECORDER with I.d.ralll.t. Answer to "Minor" ...73.7162.3 LEGION POST -
3/138tpd 5/1
COMPACTOR good condition, detachable' speakers (jam box), Sear, TRUCK DRIVERS DRIVE WITH PRIDE I tfnchg Hwy 21 N. Sunday afternoon 2-3. SECRETARY/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT -
needs n.w 3 hp engine. Cost $700 new like new, only $85 7823660. |m TF Ap SATURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock with a position desired. Well organized and
ply In at Pool. Truck Line
person 2241
VW PARTS for tale: no motor body $200 JACKPOT. versatile, excellent skill. Experiencedwith
; to
In 1965. will sell for $175. 9647498. Detroit Blvd. Pensacolo, Fl. Must live HELP WANTED Open public. Stchg
word book.
3/134tchg 43THOMASVILLE part, tram axle, etc. Gary 9648569. 3/27-4/24 computer, processor
3/20 TF within 200 miles of Pensacola. EOE. keeping Debbie Perrlne, 378.0327
DINING TABLE and .
6 cone MEDICAL TRANSCRIBERS needed Immediately CHURCH NURSERY WORKER wanted Mon-Frl evenings or P.O. Box 114,
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale.
back chair, all wood. 9646366. 3/20 CARS TRUCKS
part-tlme. At least eight hours
360/390 4bbl manifold; motors, C-6 & Temporary assignment. No per Florahom. FL 32633. 2tchg' 3/27-4/3
USID FURNITURE hospital bed FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc., f.. to you. Work hours convenient to week Sunday morning, Sunday evenIng & BOATS
wheelchairs walker, iota. choir and
,
Wednesday
evenings re
Call 964.7777
or to 218 S.
miscellaneous body parts, tires 8 magwhel you. com YARD SALE
and more. Brown Used Furniture quired.
antique *. 964.8569.3/20 TF Walnut St. W W. Professional Office & Apply by telephone
110 E. Call St.. Starke. 3/20 Gary Personnel Services 3/20 Mon.-Thurs. 473-3713. 2tchg 3/27-4/3 "B3 TRANS-AM Loaded with
ROLLBAR for fullslie, fleetslde pickup. 2tchg 3/27
4tchg 4/10 WANTED everything 8495. 473-3360 9.5 or COME ONE-COME ALL 11 McRae
HALF PRICE Larg. flashing arrow signs Black $65.964.5812. TFc. Secretory/Administrative 473.1468 evening and weekend 4tchg Volunteer Fire Department Is having a
Assistant Trainee. Also needed NOTICE
FIBERGLASS DOG BOX for fullslxe fleet- or.
) applicant
$2991 Lighted, non-arrow $2791 3/13-4/3 fund raising yard sale "April E 5 from 9
for all line of
Nonlighted $2291 Fr.. letter! War side pickup. $75. 964.5812.TFc. temporary and BASS BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass, 50 HP Mercury a.m. til 6'p.m. The money raised will
BERMUDA HAY roll of Coastal permanent office position, No fee for CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
large
ranty. Only f.w left this price. 5.. motor two gas tanks, very good be used to buy badly needed equipment
Bermuda. 964.8613. 3/20 temporary assignment F.. based on to the Lake .
$20. Monitor
2tpd Region office !II I If wish to donate yard sale
locally. Factory: 1 1-(800)( ) 423-0163 salary for condition vinyl cover $1950 with you
Call
anytime, lean 3/27. 3/27 permanent position In writing and paid In advance trailer. Call 4734709. 2tpd 3/20-27 Items or funds, call Rick at 473-3614 or
TANNING EQUIPMENT Bed, Facial CHEVY 4x4 PARTS V ton, anything you 964-7777 or come to 218 S. Walnut St. unless credit Is already establishedwith Gina 473-7334. We also have new
rieed--Axle. front W. W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE ft PER. this office.MONITOR .
or rear auto
Items. FREE REFRESHMENTS 11 I location
unit, tub.., for home or buine**.
New or ued. From $3,495. Installation trantm., transfer cases, 2 different SONNEL SERVICES. 3/20 2tchg 3/27 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD FOR SALE Fire Department CR-31SC. Everyone

available. Call Suntan Systems ((904)) type; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Welcome! 2tpd 3/20-27
Call assembly work. For Info. call CLASSIFIEDS MOVING Must sell pool table First
7693156. 3/27 lean. 9645812. TFce WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER BIG MOVING SALE Thurs, Fri and Sat.
DISHWASHER Electric portable STUMPNOCKER BASS BOAT 1985 17 ft. 1.504.641.8003 Ext. 9579.! 327tpd THE TELEPHONE. $300 take It. 475.1851 after 5 p.m. Paddle yacht double seat glider swing -

$300Triple; dresser-double mirror 1979 70 HP Johnson Mercury thruster THERAPIST Work with emotionally Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon Itpd 3/27 Bowling mower edger contentsof '

$175.; dining tab!. and 4 captain' plus, drive-on trailer extras, $6,000. disturbed children age 2 thru 5. Experience prior to Thursday publication. home near Lake Geneva Post Office.
4311231.327 preferred In education and Minimum I I. 15 word for HOUSES FOR SALE
chair $175: Chair and table $175. Itpd. charge $2.75, From Rt. 100 watch for Big Tree Lakes
BABY CRIB t CRADLE. Both have testing of same. Salary then 10 cents for each word thereafter
good
Phone 782.3017. 1 IIpd 3/27. range Sign turn on C21... Turn on paved road
mattr...... Both for $100.00. Call after $1"-18ooo.3/27I1chg. 2 BEDROOM. 1 BATH -C/B horn. Walk. landfill
opposite MonongahelaAve.
POP-UP CAMPER: B.thany, sleeps six, gate
stove, ref., used only 8 time. Excellent 6 p.m. 964.8399. 3/24 TFN. POLICE DEPT.) City of Stark, I I. now accepting PERSONAL SERVICES Ing distance to town or school. $30,000. ., turn right end of paved road
condition. 964.8285 after 5 p.m. 3/27 USED KENMORE WASHER Needs some application for one Police Officer 15% down, payments $289.84 per Coronado St, and right 'on Osceola
2tpd 13.SATELLITE. small repairs. Ca11473.4274.3/271tpd. must have certified Police standards month. 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 3tpd Ave, left at end of road. 473-7485 err
SYSTEM: Divorced must sell SOFA CHAIR ROCKER (Matching set). Apply City Hall. Merrill Dees of. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 32043BY 17465470. I Itpd 327PERSONAL
10 Ft., paid 1500. sell for $900. $350.00. 7823232. llchg 3/27. lice 3/27 Itchg. Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac, OWNER $5000 and assume 10% installment
9644080. 3/27 RELIEVE YOUR ACHING FEET Soft LIVE-IN: wanted to help care for on 4732521. 2/27 tfnchg mortgage. 473-7619 after

POOL TABLE: Full tchg.size, $275. firm. leather dress or service shoes are elderly lady. Some housekeeping re SINGLES Find that someone special 4 p.m. Stpd 3/27-4/24 SERVICESDYKES
964.5610.3127 Itpd. available In large rang. of sizes.Nurses quired. Writ: H.C. Edwards, 219 through Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 2
waitresses, clerks, etc. The Segovia Rd., St. Auaustin FL 32086. Box 2641 Melrose, FL 32666. Send for
FARM TRACTORS Two Formoll and 1
most comfortable shoe you can buy 301 QUIK STOP) Now accepting applica application-ages 18 to 60. 3/13 tfnchg PERSONAL SERVICESTWO SERVICE CO. Repair A/C and
Super A High clearance. All the equipment
for planting. Need to sellbecause plus good looking and satisfaction Lions for part-time cashier Apply In LAWN CARE SERVICE Mowing raking major appliances. Sell used ap
of medical guaranteed. Your Mason Shoe Dealer person, 2 miles south on 301. 3/27 2tpd cleaning. Call 473-2349. 4tpd 3/13-4/3 pliances. Well service, submersibleand
reasons 964.5986 Phone 964.5271. Visa or Master Charge NEEDED LEAD GUITARIST and country MOWING-TRIMMING- Edging and all MATURE PROFESSIONAL"Nostalgia jet pumps 473-3085, 4tpd
ask for Tammy Wynn. 3/27 1 tpd.. Musicians" for
accepted 3/27 1 tpd.. drummer Call lee 964.8380.3/271 1 tpd.FLORIDA'S types of lawn work. Rick' lawn Ser or Gospel 3/27-4/17
LARGE FRESH GULF SHRIMP Delivered private home parties or larger gather- HOUSE CLEANING In and
MISC. ITEMS Griffis Fiberglass truck tool LARGEST ELECTRIC utility vice. 473.4512.4tpd 3/13.4/3 Keystone
$4.OO/lb-10 Ib. min. Tern 1.578.2188
THE DEWBERRY' 9046592678.
Ings. Melrose Reasonable Ask
box w/built-ln cooler $75.; OP Multi. seeks mature, experienced corporate HANDYMAN SERVICE- Garden rota- areas. rotes
after 3/27 1
6pm. Itpd. tilling yard work maintenance 3tchg 3/20-4/3 for Pattle or Barbara. 4737706. Itpd
Gym rowing machine, $75.; Herculon communications specialist. Should ,
COLLEY ROAD BEAUTY I 3 BR, 2 BA. LR Foldout sofa $50. Kingsley Lake have Communications or Journalism repair. Tree trimming and removal CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction 3/27

with fireplace, dining room, family 533.2755. 3/27 1 tpd. degree, minimum 8-10 years professional Hauling. Any kind of odd job. 4733321. truck mounted equipment. C 8 B HOUSE CLEANING Reasonable rates,
CARPET CLEANING.
room kitchen with eat.In bar, CH & experience; be an excellent 4tchg 3/13-4/3 Keystone Heights. days or night. 473-3629. 2tpd 3/27-4/3
177 TRAVEL TRAILER HODGES ENGRAVING and TROPHIES 473-7770. HALF OFF ON SCOT. TRACTOR WORK Roads scraped mowIng .
CA. Fenced yard on corner lot. Near ) Prowler Fully deadline oriented writer. Submit -
Elementary school and hospital. Call self-contained. Air conditioner and resume, salary history In confidenceto See our display ad in the Monitor and CHGUARD. 6tpd 3/20-4/24 and roto-tilling. 4732330. lOtpd

964-7061 or 9647578. 3/27 2tchg 4/3. generator. Call 964-7061 or 9647678. : Mr. C.F. Slater Dept. CC-FPA the Yellow Pages. 4733671. 3/20 COUNTER TOPS formica door main- NEED TYPING DONE Reasonable, efficient .
3/27 2tchg 4/3. Florida Fewer A Light Co., P.O. Box tfnchg tainance, all Interior-.xt.rior repairs computer printout letter quality.

029100 Miami Florida 33102. An Equal UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs, Quality work at reasonable prices. No $2.50 per page. Call 473-4648 and
I Opportunity Employer M/F-FCAN couches, campers Addison Upholstery lob too small Call Tom4733475. 2tchg leave message. Will return call tfnchg

BULLDOZER WORK WANTED 86.60.3/27 4732452. 3/20 tfnchg 3/20.27 3/27


Call ((904)) 964-5606


Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 220TTim's r Union County Ads 1



BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

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Custom Cabinets Unique Home Business o ppo rNnl -Nov I pick up and pay cash for your non;., a' .. Dining room table and alx chal.... Call
selling. Under $100,000 Investment working unwanted microwave ovens."t :n '. 9r h.. -496-3206>Utter 6 P.Mrit.: 3/20 T'L
dJ $50,000 monthly earnings possible. Call 496-2298, 6 to 8 P.M. 3/20 2tpd.LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL' PIECE OF PROPERTY Betomax video recorder under warrant"

Construction R*mod.llng( l Write: Box 400, Trezevant Tn. 38258. ? If I don't have It. I'll find It. Just ty must sacrofice. New $500, asking
ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. $300. Call 496-3832 after 4 P.M. Itfr.
Cabinet TII. Ceilings JOB OPPORTUNITIES
MOBILE HOMES 496.2126 or .496-2903 .v... "YOUR 3/27
Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall I UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn UKC coon dogs Call Louie Noegel tor information

Mobil. Horn Underpinning (Skirting) Town of Raiford I I. currently taking sealed 1. at 496-0091 no collect calls
1980 14'x60" mobile ham. Two bedroom, bid. the of col. 3/27 2tchg. 4/3
In Stucco or Cut Brlck/Ston on position garbage
1 3/4 bath central heat and air. lector. For specifications call 431-1955 HELP WANTED Strawberries-Roger's Farm Open SAM.

Free Estimates ; Assume payment of P$1 a month. or 431-1255, after 5 p.m. Itchg. 3/27 Mon.-Sat. U.pick $.40 a Ib..-Picked berries
Call Tim Thompson Call 496-3316 after 3 $6.50 a lot-Dlrectlons-Go 3 miles

FOR RENT Government Job. $16,040.SS9.23O/yr, south of Lacrosse on 121 to N.W. 22
964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves MISCELLANEOUSFree Now hiring. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext turn right strawberry field on left. Bring .
.TF R-1136 for current federal lid 2/13 containers-Call for picked orders

mixed german shepherd male and TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES Stpd. 4/3 or information at 4621772. 3/27 2tpd.

mixed toy collie female to good FOR RENT Union CountyTlmes. 150' 4/3

homes. Good with children or elderly Main Street Lake Butler Phone r

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r less than 1 year old. Had all puppy 496-2261 for Information tfn
One, two, and three bedroom mobile
.. Call 431.15301tfr 3/27 IJ LAVERN H. OUTLAW
home All electric, central heat and O i

INSURANCEMAINES air, cable TV. Basketball and Broker

r _ _ playground. Pines Call 4962366. r. REAltOB

as : INSURANCE AGENCY. 160 S. SR121 lake Butler 1/9 tfn/chg. I F II-Time Ajsoclat_

.IB: I 964-5065 .. Complete Lake Avenue Insurance, Lake Service.Butler Jfn 196.3978.Six Near room Lake house Butler, ,with reasonble swimming rates,pool.nice g 964-4522, DAVID L. DODGE MSA KAY C. WATERS

location. Call 4963018. 1/9 tfn/chg. 5 STARKE, FL.' Designated Appraiser) Rot. 964-6941

HOMES Office and Warehouse space located in R 964-5370 PATTY KAY ELDER

REALTORr' eases Union County Times Building at 150 South 301 Plaza OPAL DICKSON Ri. 533-2965

I ga esl Government Homes from $1 (U repair). West formation.Main.It Call 2/27 496-2261 for more In. Open Mon. thru Frl. Re.. 964-7333 SUZANNE KITCHENS
Also delinquent tax property. Call
1 ((803)687-6000) Ext. GH-1136, for Infor- House Two bedroom two both' 1055 S. 1:30 a.m..fa 5:30 p.m "n Res. 964-7630

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I motion. 2/13 8tod. 4/3 lake Ave. Adult only. No Pet. Call Sat. 9, a,,:,,. to 41pm., ..'I.
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7527502. Itfr. 3/27 Appraisals/far Residence Farm Commercial Business'

LAND FOR SALE Two Bedroom ''''dO' mobile home Fur. Your Pull Service Real Estate Office

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 nished. Couple and one child. No Pets __ I.' ._
Ten Acres with 3 mobile homes Block Close to school.! Call 496-3305 after *A HOME THAT DARES TO BE DIFFERENT situated on 2 acre. 1700 ft. featuring

storage shed pond trees 38000. 4:30 P.M. and weekends 1 Itfr. 3/27 3BR's, 2 Ba'l den liv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl Insulated. windows, rng, refrg DW,
BUILDING LOTS -I Coll 496.2600.3/20 4tchg. 4/10 Mobile home Three bedroom one bath. CH&A dble coiport w/storage l bldg. Priced to sell at 73200. Add I acreage avail.

*SUMMER IN THE AIR: enjoy your own lake lot on crystal clear swimming lake _............ .._ _____ large yard and garden spot Call FOR LEASE OR SALE) 3BR, 2 baths, on 2 acres, CH/A w/fireplac. Near FSP and

BUILD YOUR COUNTRY HOME on 2'/t acres, 7500. Owner financed -- 4962842. Itfr. 3/27 Lawtey Correctional, $49.900.

*20Vi BEAUTIFUL ACRES with oak and pecan trees, paved road frontage. only Janet M Country living three mites from lake PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION: abutting the Bradford Square Shopping
$1900 per acre.COUNTRY Butler Two bedroom mobile home Center 32700. "

CLUB ESTATE 7.3 acres, well and septic tank, around corner from StarlingRealtor I $120 a .month.' Call 4962600. 3/20 LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. to see this beautiful BR, 2 Bo horn featuring a

the Country Club and ready to build on.RESIDENTIAL. formal LR, OR, fam. rm'. / ireplace. and large kitchen.-In city. best location only
PERSONAL SERVICES $58,500.
i COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Starke.
*OVER. 1600 FT. highway frontage New River area, approx 27 acres of ex-
Large corner lot, 2 bid .
STARTER HOME on 1.69 acres, 2 BR, 1 Ba fenced low $30*. rented. 50000. g. currently Septic Tank Brlce Jones Septic Tanks.tellers land. 28000.

PEACE AND QUIET) in this Isolated 2.5 acre. and home completely remodeledand I 21 COUNTRY home New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations EXCELLENT BUY) Large home on 1.76 acres, cleared for garden. Separate well 8
$29 900.
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Buyer Protected. .HOUSE.aU MOVE if.r. and pump out tanks. After 7 septic tank for MH.. 38000.

BET BUY 1200 sq. ft. of living space, brick veneer near town and country [ TO $ Mao) l.B ACRES A.M., Call 275-2268 After 7 P.M., Call *MANICURED LOTS ((2)): with trees, ready to build, on or put MH on.
club 32000. I older 2752197. tfnchg. 1/23 KINGSLEY LAKE VillAGE! lots for $5500. Good buyl!

KINGSLEY LAKE HEIGHTS cottage and 5 lot. off SR 230. convenient to Camp with trees horn, beautiful! pecan Handyman work done by the hour or by *3 BEDROOM HOME three-car garage on 21 acres, Including 19 acres of nearly.

Blending and Starke, room to expand on this large site ONLY $32.000. OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE .the lob. All work guaranteed. Call mature pine.. Only $72 900.

IMMACULATE 3 BR, 2 Ba MH with all the extra on '/, ocr, priced to sell. Reduced to $13.900.1.6 .31.1445.3/27 tfn ALIGHT IND'USTRY. city: water and sewer, just less than 1 acre, 25000.
acres, 12x60
*HWY. ItW: brick frame 3 BR, 2 Ba, fenced back yard only "'.000. Conveniently I MH. NOTICE *3 DOUBLEWIDES on 20 acres Paved Rd. OWNER WANTS ACTION I
located. HANDYMAN SPECIAL only 17600.
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1$ ACRES Older home and DW
*COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre with over 2100 sq. ft. of living space 3 BR, 2 Ba mobile home, $47,500. AFFORDABLE LIVING This neat and clean 2 CR, 1 bath I I. In a quiet
brick veneer Ig. workshop and garage. You should inquire about this CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be subneighborhood, minute from town. Only 24900.
one. *11.9 ACRES
1 Well 3
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*KINGSLEY LAKE AREA) large lot with beautiful trees nicely landscaped yard. septic tanks, milled to the Union County Times office *COUNTRY CLUB AREA) brick 3 BR, 2 bath, eat-in kitchen LR, Family room sun
pond, pole barn. $33,500
3 BR. 2 ba MH with large porches built only. In writing and paid In advance porch large lot. Owner anxious.

*REDUCED HAS EVERYTHING 3 BR, 2 Ba. Immaculat. DBL wide, has beautiful. $25,000.5 "ACRES Excellent$12,500 Terms.; 10 ACRES unless credit is already established SOUTHGATS AREA) Beautiful contemporary 3 BR, 2 bath chain link fenced.

appliances, fireplace, pool with deck workshop double garage. Check this with this office.THE Priced to sell for only I $52.900.
4 ACRES
Hwy 225 A. 12500. TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE: but convenient to city. You can have up to 29
out.HWY. 5 Ac. Paved
frntg. $12.500. RESPONSIBLE FOR IN
100 West from 2BR 1 Ba on very nice tree shaded lot. $28,000. MISTAKES beautiful acres with this beautiful spacious 3 BR 2Vi bath home with many many
2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AO IS TAKEN OVER
LET US SHOW YOU this one of a kind house In Stark. on W. Madison St.! over commercial I, $63,000. acres, zoned THI TELEPHONE. amenities. ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.

4500 sq. ft. living area plus porches and double garage, patio.. 50 Ac.j$50,000. Classified deadline I TUESDAY *M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only $17.500.

*COUNTRY AIR HomeSite, convenient to Raiford and Stark. (((904))) 712.3931 NOON, prior to ThursdayIs publication: *LAKEWOOD AREA Executive horn In an exclusive area with access to Crosby
*PRIVACY On mini farm Lake. construction throughout. 4 bedroom, 2 bath with amenities
your own with remodeled 2 bedroom Minute from P.O. Drawer Minimum charge Is '15 words for$2.75, Quality many
Stark., Waldo and Keystone. Reduced to $99,000.
301 S. then 10 cents for each word thereafter
*INCOME will make your payment. You realise the tax benefit 2 BR, rented Lawtey 10 ACRES. "ACRES and 25 ACRES) all 3 parcels are excellent po.tur..lor hay

now. In good shop, stable area. Less than $20,000. or grazing. Hwy 325 S. of Hampton.

Susan Faulkner lI.ddlsh.IIE"'LTOR *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 2 parcel to choose from.,

Sales Manager. Evenings '64..0... *5 ACIIMINI-FARM. Land in pasture, Lake 2Bo super kitchen, 71900.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES .. CYPRESS MULCH *CROSBY L..KIINLET. Canal to Crosby Lake l large DW mobile horn., 3/ new

Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 Tom lament 964-6439 double-pane windows, owner financed. 34500. ../"

lout Young 964-7525 Marty Russell 473-7694 BARKYou BRING ON THE HORSES 4 CATTLE 49 acres, house on highway. !Priced right excellent -
& PINE I
lee Hardenbrook 964-6527 Karen Adam 964-4002' terms.
FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West, '/ acre building lots, owner financed

LEE HARDENBROOK. APPRAISALS pick-up or We deliver HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. 8 Flume Rd. Owner financed

'...6527 IN CITY ON 2 "ACRES 3/2. eat-In kit., great roam carport owner fin. $51,500.
* Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery, *ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES 13 lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. .!

COMMERCIAL CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING to 3 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoin Lou-Ann Nursery. One lot, oak-laden with lake

Rental Available view. *4 Acres, high and dry with lots of tree, close to Sampson Lak. *'1 Acre

Carol Warner. REALTOR ASSOC. on ooWest.W.
Property Management Division 964- 6649 Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
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by Rev. Ed '?

Pastor. Kingsley Lake
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Many times when a couple Contract reaches the I

along very well, they find themselves k"'tM l
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person they married. If you are in ; l
feel like your husband or wife is no longer I .
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Maybe you feel like all they are doind is _-..... (
building you up. VAN: 360 engine, runs good, needs
If that is the case, then this article is tailor j I controls. $850. Body In good condl-
common problem is what I call 'contract 7526833.
one where the husband and/or wife decide on
partner and be happy to spend the rest of
The terms are never written out,but they
either before you were married, or shortly
ture of what marriage would provide for you. Ar
Now, I know what you are saying, "I have
my marriage. No preconceived ideas. Only
my goal. I am, after all, probably the most
blem is, well, the jerk I'm married to."
Before your love and devotion starts to ooze
simple way to find out just how pure your _
do is simply make a list of what you expect r :
why did you get married? List as many
reading on.
Since we both know you didn't list them REBUILT TRANSMISSIONS: $200
looking for. Statements like, "I wanted warranty available. Most
son." or "Someone to with
help me my
In stock Phone 9646810.
have children with"
We will not even address the third statement
alone is grounds for you to seek serious '\ ?#1
look back over those three statements. Now :; \ :: ( ,4 # ,.Y4
we both know you still haven't made). Do .
out? .
In each of the statements above there is the .
wife can DO FOR YOU Many people are in
reason-what they can get out of the
there is another reason you get married. The
For a marriage to begin and remain happy
life with another person not for what they can
give (them. It must be based on giving, not on ,. tMl
When you have that kind of relationship, it
i is based on mutual love and self-lessness _
loving them even when they are unlovable 3 _; e
return the same. "
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Be careful about being proud of your AC ,
U I C K REGAL WAGON:
secretly says you will love him or her as lon
Remember thismarriage is a perfect PS, PB cruise, tilt. 53,000 miles.
Someone has said that contracts were made .

mitment.contract agreement between you. What you g j ;: -I-:: ra


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Thicken soups and stews by
that have been put in the FOR
This also adds flavor-and cuts .;'
from adding flour or cornstarch. t SALE

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LUV TRUCK: Good condition 4 BY

low mileage, runs good. $1,800. OWNER
after 5 p.m. pd3/13

I . .... Get Your Copy Freein
Stores Throughout
Bradford County.
":.f' For Information To
JANE S. ,. ... Advertise Your "For
Your Union REALTOR"I i t ...: .J, Sale Item" call
496-2126 or J i. }: a ', i1t;;;: 'k .'t,:>: 964-6305, 473-2210 or
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MO W.Main St., L ,t : 'r' i 496-2261.
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For Homes For 30 ;: .tl; :/If<)i i

Now you can afford your .. .
is the same BUT the payments Compliments ,
day for all the information 1978 International Harvester: 290 !

home DOWN I and property while | 9 speed new paint. Davis Express Of


; Bradford COlll1i-
FOR SALE i .the

GENTLEMEN'S FARM: Lovely 24 acre 1879'eterapb
Union County. Must see to appreciate
built home and property is well
Acreage is fenced, cross fenced with I
fed. Also has barn with stalls. PRICED :
horses, goats and cattle. Just 20
right now for more information on
ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT:
on 1 acre In country town. This The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
school and downtown area. Needs [
find indeed I .
SECLUDED AND VERY NICE: home __ ...!-:--: ,
home sitting back off road behind 5 (;f1J. I
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land slopes down to shallow creek g,1; : =f'I., ..: "
that extra privacy. Home Is I r>
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ment and to enjoy nature at its best. l
ly 20 minutes from Alachua. Have. you ever wished I that
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LOCATION LOCATION '< you were in a position to 7 ,
own a swimming pool but K
brick home is located ideally for weren't sure that you could r_ i
Lake Butler areas. Priced right to afford such a luxury? Well r
TV dish, fenced yard, also has mobile having YOUR require I OWN a fortune pooldoesn't 1
several outbuildings. anymore) With the modern
COUNTRY LIVING: 4 miles from O construction techniquesand
the standardized plans
3 bedroom concrete block home, with that Dynamic Pools has to
Ideal location for prison employees. offer you can have the pool GO WITH A|
to see today.INVESTMENT. of than your you dreams think. for a lot less
PROPERTY WITH
Springs 4 BR home with 2 baths on 2 I $5,900 WINNING "
In lovely country setting on SR 18, 1

Springs, Union County, 20 INSTALLED WAY TO
minutes to Brooker LaCrosse, 15 Limited time Only!
minutes to Lake Butler. 5 mobile With a variety of sizes and
Income producing property. Unique shapes to beautiful choose from, MOVE IT !I Ithere's
a Dynamic
best buy that can pay for Itself. Call pool that's Just right for
see today. your home AND your
THREE BEDROOM, 1% bath In : : : State bUdget.Certified. This reliable Contractor Fla.

Butler. Ideal location for work, will take care of everything,
in Lake 'Butler. Needs minor repair. t : : from designand Installation
to arranging..... .
Will show now by appointment only 100%
CONCRETE BLOCK HOME with NO DOWN PAYMENT. .
with wooded backyard In Lake Butler To make your now pool i beauty of
summer fun.. Phone
approved. Call for appt. NOW.ACREAGE 399.5685 TF


SEVERAL NEW DEVELOPMENTS In 1 -
to 20 acre sites. Owner financing '
up located In Worthington Springs Hwy 301 South tiandl'Houses ]
River, (east of Lake Butler.) ( ment unmanr
TWO ACRES: on SR 241, already No Down Payment
owner says selll!

FOR CALL APPOINTMENT NOW.| .. TO SEE THESE : Many Sizes and Styles ,


JANE S. USHER 964-8848 it

496-2126 or Evenings I j _

"your Union County 964-4073 473.3627
tfn Windows Starke, Fla. 964- 166
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]BHS Girl Runners Edged Out of First by.. live OakThe FOR HEARING SENIOR CITIZENS TEST

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Bradford] girl's track team Hearing tests and our regular Service
: Meet... 880-Yd Run Chrissie Anders
.l-Wiiy
: DSapp) B, 2:46,13: ran a 253.83: in
Oak was in second a 3-way by meet four here points Tuesday to Live, Live Oak's 80 points won a three- 2)Anders.) B, 2:54.30 3)Patel, SJ, the 880 yard run. In the mile medlay Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each
wa meet ran on the Bradford 3:01.24: 4)Meeks LO, 3:04.91.: relay the BHS team of Kittles,
High
March 25, and performed v\al|I in a ) month from 9:00: a.m. to 12:00: at
One-Mile Adams
tough class mal m beautiful weather Tuesday Medley ) Davis Harrell ran 45154.:
meet Haines
High open m Jacksonville at Saturday, afternoon, March 25 ford (Kitties Adams, Davis, Har- Kim Adams threw the shot 29'10". KOCH'S DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street.
rell)) 4:41.71 2)) Live Oak Felicia Davis threw the shot .
March 22. H11S was second with 76 points 5:08.90.: 29'6"
Top performance of the week WHS St Johns, who brought just few parK 220-Yd Dash: 1)Polite) LO 25.34 Chrissie Anders ran the twomilerun Anyone who has trouble understanding or
Lori Sapp's double third in the mile ( 'pants, was third with 15 points (Polite is the defending state champ in 13:489: Robin Manning in has Nerve deafness should mark this date on
in the
100 and
and second in the 81)0, In the Shot Put: Allen) LO 35'10"2)Davis. 220) 2)Holland, LO, 144131.:
competition at Raines tough li 28'',,"3)Adams) B,27'8" 30.11 3)Johnson) SJ, 31.45 The BHS mile relay team of Kitties their calendar and plan to attend. If married,
Cohens, li, 24'5'/' 4)Warner) LO, 32.27. Adams, Davis, and Sapp ran a
Fla Relays.. Discus: ( LO H7'M Two-Mile Run: DAIbritton LO, 4:26.84 for 7th place. both husband and wife should be present if
:aillamillon, U, 56'10". 13:24.45: 2)Harrell) B, 13.51.34
This Friday, March 28, the girl! High Jump: 'nilarrell) B, 4'4" Anders) B, 14.31.15 4)Patel, SJ, possible. Call the Pharmacy to set up an appointment I
will at the Florida where
run ,
Relays \mliTs i BTO" Siiiger, SJ, 4'0" 14.52.06. to avoid waiting. I
they will face the toughest competition 41"Ienmark,14.) :J'4". Mile Relay: DLive) Oak 4:14.95:
in the state. Coach Genruo (Long Jump: 1)Johnson) LO, 2)BHS) 4:25.92: (Kittles, Adams __ 964.6757LouAnn's
Loper plans to concentrate I ho
on 'II 10''.." ilAllen.) LO, 13'4'/' 3)Kit-) Davis, Sapp),
one mile sprint medley relay of tli*, U. IJ'2": Adams, B, 12'7'z".
2/220's a 440, and into\
an yard inn .
I 110 High Hurdles:: I(Johnson,, LO
with the team of Tern Kitties, Kim
At Raines...
211 14 J'Dfiimark B, 21.49.WOIl'lers .
Adams, Felicia Davis, and LOri I( ) Dl'olite, LO, 1168aiKreenuin. a rrs a1r Azalea & Blueberry Farm
S.ipp The distance medley, made : 1I Lori Sapp was third in the mile in
of a half,quarter, ,./4 of a mile,and up la LO), H: .25 ::1>('ol1el1s, B, 5:20.60: and second in the half mile Located off 100 South towards Keystone. take right on
1 11 :13: 41 i\Bine, H, 1435 2:23: at the Bob Hayes Invitational
mile will
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feature Chris.II'(
run
24th Street, follow
Mile Run: 1 iSapp.? B, 5.50.91 at Raines High School in Jackson- signs or
Anders
I Felicia Davis, Christy liar
roll, and Lori i Sapp. llaiicll: > / B, 5:51.73: 3)Allbritton) ville last Saturday March 22. Call 964.7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30:
1.0,5:51: 1 !12 Anders( ( B, 6:25:: .27. The rest of the BHS girls turned in 4b. r
,\ndt'rsIost: Improved... 410A. lU-lay: I ll) J,0, 51.57 2)) good performances in the tough SPRING IS FOR PLANTINGCome
Hi.idford ">;)2lt I iKiltle.s, 'ohens, open meet, but did not place in the
The name ol Chnssie Anders! was Adams, )D.IMSI140Yd top six.: visit our Craft Shop featuring Cypress Clocks, Floral Arrangements

accidentally improved award omitted in the from:\March the most edition \! ( 1 Dish 1 Canvise( LO,62.9121.JohI1MII1. Unissa King ran the 100-meters in SIX KINDS Pierce & Cut Lamp Shades and more hand
SJ.! <61127. ::1)('ol1'ns, B, 15.04. Christy Harrell ran the mile in many
of The Tt'll'grnph.Lumber. H'l!! Id .1 Itl'Iennng,1.0, 75.05. OF CARPETDid
6:1081: The 440-relay team of Kitties made crafts. Something for Everyone Don't forget it's the
:.MO-Yd Low lluidles. : llSinger, SJ, Cohens, Adams, and Davis rana you know thai there are only six
su 1'7 'J,11,11, "t I n An')'1 56.31.SAWYER. ways carpets are manufactured? time for planting.
Every carpet made I is tufted, woven
And, Remember "All Nature Sings. of Jesus'Eddie SUN
flocked, needle punched, bonded, or '-
knitted .
for years before exhibiting any The carpet most commonly seen is l
growth. The same is true of longleaf
the tufted variety. Tufted floor cover
pine seedlings that prefer well "
drained sites but are planted on sandy : ings compose over 90 percent of ,the
sites carpet market The other five together
The Division now has the londleal *IAPPLIANCE'SUPERMARKETE3MAYTAG' represent less than 10 per cent of the Starlingis
seedlings separated by site carpet sold in the United, States
preferences which will mimmi/e the We sell popular, up-to-date styled ready
failure of longleaf pines to HUM carpets for the home and office. Stop Y
because of poor site selection by our showroom and Ipok over the to Save You Moneyon
Division of
Forestry personnel .1 n r i wide selection of goods.Teal .
working hard to meet (he in a Car or Truck
ticipated demand for wood Hilling
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among the states in the )nation i '"
in tree panting with more that ;n i a 3 New or Used
150 million trees planted anmialK & Carpet *. Jiu ..4< :;u' C i,

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Division of Forestry nurseries ami
more than one-third of the total! Starke, Florida
some 55 to 60 million trees .- ha. I' 964-7423 LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS:
been planted by non-industri.il
private land owners. U.S. 301 North Starke 954.7500
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I Starke !Man/Wife Amy Elizabeth Friend, 20, of J. Seymour,his wife and son of Glen Verdi was released after a $2,000 observed travelling at a high rate of last tree confidential Information -
Arrested Last WeekA Maryland was southbound on US301at Burnie Maryland, were treated at surety bond was posted. speed, he was stopped after he ran by calling Tel.Mod and ask
7:15 p.m. March 23. Friend, driving the scene, according to Paramedics off the edge of the roadway several
Starke man and his wife a 1984 Ford, failed to for thetrul'fic ing to have one of the following
are stop Cliff Chapman and Dan Cuddington. times on Bessent Rd., said Hinds. It
charged with the alleged sexual bat- light which was red and Estimated damage to the Olds was Starke !Man was observed he had a strong ordorof tapes played for you Just dial
tery of a 11-year-old girl struck the police car which had been 964-4896 or 37S-0007 and ask for
$3,500. Damage to the Buick was Arrested For DUI alcohol on his breath, said Hinds.
Unhurt!John Miller, 32, of Broad- stopped at SH-16 and entered the intersection $5,000. His blood alcohol content was .15 the tope by number
way Street in Starke was arrested of US-301 on a gren light, Hawes was released titer a$387,50 Robert Leslie Reddish, 21, of percent.
1 March 19 and charged with sexual said Roberts. surety bond was posted. Staike was arrested March 2tt for 1 Vasectomy
I buttery and lewd acts upon or in the Friend was cited for running the driving under influence, according 175 Fears ol: the after forty man
presence: of a child, according to Investigator red light, damage to the vehicle she Death How Inmate to Patrolman K. R Hinds, Jr. Bond was set at $362.50, he was 176 Prostate cancer
: John Tilley. was driving was $1,500. Dies Playing BallA Kcddish's vehicle had been released on his own recognisance.Tit1UOtE 571 Aids
! His wile, Marian Yvonne Miller 1051 Prostate problemsTEL
19, was arrested March 20 andcharged Waldo Man Arrested death row inmate collapsed and
with lewd act upon or in the died Monday morning while playing -MED
presence ol a child, said Tilley. She For Drinking in Public basketball in a Florida State Prison I A service provided by the Auxiliary
was released alter a $1,000 surety Samuel E. Wcthermgton of Waldo recreation yard,according to prison Of Bradford Hospital, Inc
bond w.s posh'd.Hilhard was arrested: March 21 for disorderly spokesman David Skipper.
Miller ,remains in the intoxication, according to Sgt Melvin Nelson, Jr, 44, collapsedat
custody ol the Hradloi County Jail Greg Nichols. about 9:30: a.m, and was pro-
Wetherington, who had been nounced dead about an hour later FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Alachua !Man ArrestedOn drinking, was rested at a con- alter he did not respond to resuscitation Starke 964-5451
vienence store on US-.101:\ alter he attempted efforts by FSP medical technicians -
Sexual ChargesLA to get into a car not belonging and emergency medical SAIEf Open Every Night
2!)'>ear-old AUichua man was to him, said Nichols. workers, said Skipper % -
.mesleil: [ March 20 for sexual bat- At his I first appearance Wether Nelson was sentenced to death in 4 TO THE r $2.00 SPECIAL j|
lery, ington pled no contest: and was May 1984 alter being convicted of OPEN
according lo Investigator: John fODAr : Sat & Sun. 5:00 Showing II I
TilleyUmy. ordered to $45.50 court costs: lust-degree murder and robbery in
pay Tua showing I
KKii; 'il Slokes. lounerly ol I'mcllas County. 1 I- !.7..3: .J

with liailoid Iliu-e and counts l liiooker 01'l'xual, was charged !Man ArrestedIn Skipper from said natural the. death causes apparentlywas but an STARTS FRIDAY

involving a child under 12 years buttery ot March 23 AccidentDaniel autopsy will be performed by the GOLDIE HAWN.Ii6:6BC'kTJ_ .
medical examiner's ot'I'ice
age,saitl'I'illey1'he incidentsoccurird 1 Patrick 1I.1's:1:\: ol GainesvilleSlarke. in ''
in (Dcienibi-r of PHIS ) :
Hampton was rested: March 2J: for
{'hm'w's also
County, Niul are'TilliM.pending Stokes in remains Union driving under influence, refusing! to !\IanA..ested
sign the citation and careless driving 1.J..z| :D,
in Iheuislnd.v: ol I the litadlotd County according to Pat ohnan Kathy For BatteryA
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Jail under a $100,000) bond
Best 27-year-old Starke man was arrested Friday 7:00. 9:00:
Starke Patrol Car llaxses, driving a I'm:) Buick, March 20 alter he allegedly Values ,s/SDI floW_ Sat., Sun. 5:00. 7:00 9:00
Involved in AccidentA :struck' a 1979 Oldsmobile which had struck another man several limes Mon., Tuo.., Wed., Thur. 7:45:
:stopped for the trailic light on with an axe handle
patrolman was injured and her US-301 at Edwards Road, according Joseph John Verdi was charged # *
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were stunk by a southbound caru travelling 40 mph. When the police :struck W. Henderson with an axe J rdee3 .JOi1pAC} BEST PICTUREOF
Inch Killed to stop for a traffic. lighton arrived, Hawes was in US-301 Sunday' a\ening.Kathy unable to talk, said Best. Hawcs was to Patrolman Rick Splitt West Robert Redford
lleiuleison.: Best I 22, driver taken by Rescue to Bradford A sworn complaint charging
of the p'lroll'm', was transported to Hospital for a head laceration then criminal mischiel had been issued 7-] Meryl Streep rJ i1l
Bradford Hospital" by Rescue 61, according to the county jail. earlier in the day against Verdi, according a qDO
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Mrs. Linnie Woods 11:00: a.m. on Thursday, March 20, in Agnes Elena Crouch and retired moved from to the Starke Gillman where Lumber he was Curd! of Thanks.................,....................'.. ....'...............
'.jMrs. Linnie Woods 84, of Starke, the Chapel of Robinson Funeral Agnes Elena: Crouch, 67, of Co in Highland. :
died Wednesday, March 19, at Bradford Home, Millbury, Ohio. Interment Lawtey, died Monday in Jackson- Survivors include: his wife,
followed in Lake Township
Hospital, following an extended Cemetery, Millbury, Ohio under the ville brief Memorial illness. Hospital following a Gladys Swafford, two sons, Douglasand Thank You
Card of Thanks
illness. Alfred Swafford, all of Starke,
rl Born in Hamilton County, Mrs. direction of Jones Funeral Home, Born and raised in Virginia, Mrs. three daughters, Nancy Stepp, Hunt- With depest gratitude we extend The family of the late Mrs. Emma
Woods moved to Suwannee where Keystone Heights. Crouch moved to Lawtey about 11 sville, Ala., Kathy Newham and this word of thanks for the many Crum wishes to express their
she was raised and moved to Brad- Bertha WollenMrs. years ago and was a member of the Peggy Lynn Swafford, both of kind acts of sympathy expressed by sincere' gratitude for the
ford County in 1958 and has resided Baptist faith.Survivors Starke and 6 grandchildren. thoughtful friends. thoughtfulness shown to them during
Bertha Wollen, 93, of
since. Mrs. Woods was the daughterof include: her husband, Funeral services were conductedat The food, flowers, prayers and their recent loss. The flowers
the late Mark and Loraine Denmark Raiford, died Wednesday in Lake Robert (Bob) Crouch Lawtey, four Mountain View Baptist Church thoughts were all deeply appreciated cards, telegrams and gifts of foolwere
former pioneer residents of Shore Hospital in Lake City, after an daughters, Virginia Sago, Spring- with burial in Brock Cemetery with and a great comfort to us greatly appreciated. May God
Suwannee County, and the widow of extended illness. grove, Va., Gayle Kinkale Oxnard, Archie Tanner Funeral Home of during our sad loss. bless each of you for your kindness.
Born in Fort Drum, Florida, Mrs.
the late John S. Woods. She was a Calif., Theresa Cole, Starke and Starke in charge of arrangements. The Family Of The family of Mrs.Crum
Wollen had lived most of her life in
member of the Madison Street Bap- Judy Brady, Lawtey; four sons, Sonny Dukes
tist Church of Starke. south Florida until moving to Union Robert M. Juillen, Richmond, Va.,
County in 1975 and was a member of Herbert W. Ludwig
Tommy II. Crouch,
Survivors include: two daughters Thonatassa, Fl.,
Rose McConnell of Starke, and the Baptist faith. Tim Y. Crouch, Philadelphia Pa., Herbert W. Ludwig, of Ft. Myers,
Kstelle: McCullers of Live Oak; nine Survivors are her two daughters, and William C. Budd Jr., of St FL, died Monday, March 17, at
sons Travis, Thomas R., and Alfred Gladys Redding of Raiford and Lin- Louis, Mo.; 27 grandchildren and 6 Camp Lake Swan (while camping) ER SUNDAY SPECIAL
Woods, all of Starke, John Woods of da Orvis of Jacksonville Beach, one greatgrandchildren.Funeral following a short illness. He was
son, Jjmcs C. Morrison of Mt. Ver- services retired from Pan Am Airlines. cEAS
Lakeland, Allen Woods of Lake were incomplete $1 2.11 Lr
Wales, R.L. (Buck), and Louis, both non, GA and 25 grandchildren and 24 ul press time but will be announced Funeral services will be held at a per game pm
of Live Oak, Charlie and Albert great-grandchildren.i later by Archie Tanner Funeral later date Jones Funeral Home of
Woods of Lake City; one sister Myr- Graveside funeral services were I Home of Starke. Keystone Heights are in charge of Club 25 Features '
held Friday, March 21 in the Winter local ,
tle Copeland of Jacksonville; 38 arrangements. I
Beach Cemetery in Winter Beach, '
Ott Band
grandchildren, 60 great Tommy
Florida with Rev. Raymond Johns
Willie Oliver
grandchildren and 3 groat-great olliciating. Burial followed under Swafford FrI & Sat. 9 pm 1:30.am:
grandchildren.; I the direction of Archer Funeral Willie Oliver Swafford, 67, of
Funeral services were conducted Butler.William Starke, died March 16, at the VA
Home of Lake
Friday, March 21 at the Madison Hospital in Gainesville, following an Join Methodist Worship Starke Lanes ---
Street Baptist! Church with Rev. Calvin Hendrix extended illness. Every Sunday at 11 a.m. 1612 N. Temple 964-8175
Robert Gillis and Rev. Joe Craft of- Born and raised in Benton, Tenn., On Cable TV.Channel
ficiating. Burial followed in Pine William Calvin llendrix, 49 of Mr. Swafford entered the U.S. Army
Grove Methodist Cemetery near Law ley, died Friday, March 21 at
White Springs/ Florida with Archie home following a sudden illness.
Tanner; Funeral Home of Starke in Mr. llendrix was born in Lenoir, -. .
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N.C. and raised in Lincoln, N.C. He ---
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Emma I). Crum 1974\ mid moved to Lawtey from '
Emma D. Crum, a lifelong resident Jacksonville in 1978. He worked as
of Starke, died Thursday, an electriciiin for Lawtey Correctional Iff q''lll
:March 20, at Shands Hospital, Institution. "THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR PRICE..QUALITY..SERVICE
Gainesville, after a brief illness. She Survivors include his wife, Helen
was a member of Francis ChapterNO. I learn llendrix of Lawtey. one 7.a
140, the Sunlight Pallbearers daughter, Michelle Hendrix and one
Ledge/ No. 2I!)(), and the Grand Union son, Gary llendrix, both of Lawtey; (
Pallbearers Lodge No. 9. She was a three sisters, Margaret Hull, NORMAN'S
Baptist. Dorothy Stroup and Frances Hendrix -
Funeral services were held at 1 all of Lincoln, N.C. and one
brother James llendrix of Lincoln,
p.m. Sunday in the New Bethel Baptist -
Church with Rev. A.J. Simmons N.C.Funeral
conducting the services. Burial was Mass was conducted .
in the Oddfellows Cemetery! under Tuesday March; 25 at St. Edward's tlUUnnllllm
direction of Haile Funl'raillome. Catholic Church in Starke with AaLRYEAf
,She i is. survived by three sons, Father Findlay olliciating. Burial
Chester A. Crum, Jr., Alexandria, was in Crosby Lake Cemetery in MARKET'
Va. and Thomas J. and Sim Olivbcr Starke with Archie Tanner Funeral WE
Crum, both of Starke; three Home of Starke in charge of arrangements -
daughters, Betty C. Freeman of ,. 1/
Dallas, Texas; Elizabeth Crum, ACCEPT
Miami and Beatrice Crum, Vincent Joseph Spengler / WED., APRIL 2 ild
Gainesville; and seven grand- Vincent Joseph Spengler, 70, of I FOOD
children. Starke, died Tuesday, March 18, in /1 STAMPS STARKE
Elizabeth K. OsmondMrs. North Florida Regional Hospital, OPENFri.
Gainesville, following a long illness. U.S. 301 South
Elizabeth Ellen Osmond, 78, Born in Freeport, Illinois, Mr. & Sat II
of Lake Geneva, FL, died Monday, Spengler moved to Starke twenty- (Across from Western Steer) J
March 17, at her residence in Lake five years ago from St. Augustine. 8:30-8:00: : 11111 ,
Geneva, FL, following a long illness. He was a retired Lt. Colonel from Phone 964-6071
Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the National Guard at Camp Blan-
Mrs. Osmond moved to Lake ding and was a member of the First .
Geneva fourteen years ago from United Methodist Church of Starke. \ r"'I L I I -I I"" IT TI// II i"'" "\ 1'1 I \ / i; ,
Millbury, Ohio and was a member of Survivors include three \ II rlf I If 'II'II lilr-Tj 1/1/I i ,
Orange Springs Community Church. daughters, Judy A. Dukes and U I, .I tl I '
.She was a rehrt>G Postmaster (over Deborah E. Foreman of Starke 1,1' I'\ :- PRODUCE ,..-- _".. I, .. ,Vi'. .
29 years),a member of Eastern: Star Dorisann M. Bettes St. Augustine, \ t "ut t)
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of Genoa, Womans Club of Keystone one son, John M. Spengler, Jackson \\ I I I I I \,
of ville, brother, William Spengler, .
Heights, Women's Auxiliary one '
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Arthur Survivors.... Osmond include Lake her husband Geneva,, children.Memorial services for Mr. FRESH CUT "" p// ( Fresh from Our Farm X-LAROE

one daughter, Judy Lennex, Stowe, Spengler were held at 4:00: p.m. in J In Stark ii I RED DELICIOUS H
Massachusetts, one son, Harry G. the First United Methodist Church of POLE BEANS
Lennex, Stowe, Mass., four grandchildren Starke on Thursday. March 20, with STRAWBERRIES II APPLES I
and five greatgrandchildren. Rev Ballard Wilson conducting the \
services, under the direction of Q ) \
Funeral services were held at Jones Funeral Home of Starke. ,69 Lbo $4" 1 k: /2 Flat \\j, 59 hi,

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Daisy Troop 332,with leaders Bon Daisys sang Christmas Carols. Mrs. use the community room at the Tuesday Troop 854 completed of the Cross
nie Ford and Trish Rankin, has been Boone very kindly invited the Daisysin apartments. their work with a visit to the Fashion '
very busy this school year. They at for cookies and Christmas Cadettcs 'Are Into Fashion Stop, what a treat according to Re-enacted at the
tended the Girl Scout Neighborhood goodies Cadette Troop 520 and Troop 854 Leader Beverly Padgett. The .
campout in October, then for Halloween ( After the holidays, work was are 'working' and really enjoying Cadettes selected an outfit and then First United
the troop baked cookies and resumed January on their scrapbooks earning the Interest Project Patch received help: with the proper ac-
frosted them at their Halloween par- Casey Westcott's birthdaywas 'Fashion, (Fitness'. cessories and the latest fashion tips. Methodist Church
ty. celebrated by having a party at Naomi Her res very generouslymet They were given a gift of a pair of .I,
In November, the Daisy's had an McDonalds. For Thinking Day in with 520 at the Methodist earrings as they were leaving, fan Walnut St., Starke
investiture ceremony. The girls February the Daisys made German Church last week. She acquaintedthem tastic. Thanks to the staff at the
were awarded a certificate and their chocolate cakes. The troop was with good grooming, fashion, Fashion Stop, Cadelles Allison Ar- Good Friday :
Daisy pins during a candlelight responsible for the internationalcraft healthy skin care and then as a chey, Lisa Jones and Mary Wood
ceremony. Parents and friends were during the wide game A fish treat, she worked wonders on two of had a good time finishing their patch March 28 ,
invited and refreshments were served mobile made from construction the Cadcttes using Merle Norman requirements
by Junior aides, Sarah Looney paper, strings and drinking straws products. Troop 854 received the 7:00: pm to 9:00: pms .
and Amy Rankin. Officially invested was enjoyed by everyone. same treatment from Naomi at her Troop 520 had as their special ;' y?
were Jessica Wilkerson, April studio on Thompson St. We appreciate guest last Tuesday Miguel Franqulz| -'
Tisdale, Brittany Ford, Keisha March IS the troop presented her taking the time to give from the Fitness Center. He gave an East on Jackson
Hampton, Casey Westcott and Kelly Mark and Elaine Olin of Olin's Home her assistance. interesting presentation on nutrition oS q >- %
Kankin. Center in Starke with a silver certificate Glenda Epps from Glcnda's Shear and fitness and had everyone par
For Christmas the scouts made for their !support and spon Design worked with Troop 854 at her ticipate in a simple exercise routine 30 I Chinch Suggested!
Christmas cards for their adopted sorship of the Daisy troop. Royal shop and will be a guest of 520 next which they could use daily. Route: -_ i
elderly person, Mrs. Belly Boone American, owners of OrangewoodApts. Tuesday. She will provide the crown We appreciate Miguel sharing his z I i
who lives in Orangewood Apts. The ., are also to be commended for ing glory for the patch. A special time with the Cadelles. The girls < ...
cards were presented to her and the their sponsorship in letting the troop thank you to Glenda and Naomi. really enjoyed his being there. West on Jefferson

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I FlIP Reminds Owners of Bumper Requirements I Lord's Crucifixion Supper i


The Florida Highway Patrol is has resulted in 771 arrests statewide Cars 3,500 pounds or more--27 inches Trucks 3,000 pounds or more but Closed Tomb
reminding owners of automobilesand DirrclorColonel Bobby R. Burkett front; 29 inches rear; not more than 5,000-28 inches front;
pickup trucks of the require reminds motorists that "the offenseis Trucks under 2,000 pounds.-24 30 inches rear Open TombReenactment l' t ;,
ment to have both front and rear classified as a moving violation inches front; 26 inches rear, The purpose of this law is to
bumpers mounted within certain which assesses three points to a persons Trucks 2,000 or more but less decrease the chances of incurring by _
height levels.Lawmakers. driving record, in addition to than 3,000 pounds-27 inches front 29 fatal or serious injuries when involved Church Members
passed the new law paying an applicable fine' inches rear; in a traffic accident,said Burkett I
which went into effect October 1 In The height limitations are governed
response to a growing number of by the net shipping weight of the ---
vehicles being modified by adjusting vehicle, not the modified or altered
their bumper to higher distances weight.
from the ground Highway safety officials The maximum allowable heights
have determined this condition between the pavement and bottom of
leads to serious results when the front and rear bumper, as provided ( DOMESTIC & IMPORTS
these types of vehicles are involvedin by law, are:
collisions with unmodified Cars with a net weight of less
vehicles that 2,500 pounds-22 inches front
and rear; "SERVICE IS OUR BESTPART"
Following a 30 day educational Cars 2,500 pounds or more but
period, the (FHP beganrnforcinglhenew less that 3,500 pounds-24 inches
law.ehich, as of February 21, front; 26 inches rear;
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I Trav Alert System AnnouncedFlorida BRAKE DRUMS & ROTORS TURNED

RADIATORS BRAKES

Highway Patrol Director, transmit emergency information BATTERIES. SHOCKS
Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, has an within 10 minutes from the time it is
nounced the implementation of the received. If, for example, a major OILS FILTERS. MUFFLERS
Florida Highway Patrol TravAlert highway is experiencing a lengthy TOOLS .
information and warning system. traffic backup due to an accident, STARTERS ALTERNATORS
The system went into effect 12 noon the warning transmitted will allow
March 20.TravAlet. motorist an opportunity to select an
is an immediate traffic alternative route to their destina OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
warning system to be used by the tion. YOUR FRONT WHEEL
Patrol to notify the public of major It is expected that most of the five
traffic problems on primary television and twenty-three radio OVERNIGHT DELIVERIES ON MOST PARTS
highways by way of commercialradio stations within the Tampa-Sl. DRIVE SPECIALIST
and television stations. Once a Petersburg area will participate in 3 0 E. Call St. Starke
call is received in a loeal Patrol-Sta the program. It will provide Bay + 1475-12071
lion from troopers or other area law area residents the fastest and most 964-8011 1 [] 320 r:. Call Si.Stnrke 964-8011
enforcement agencies indicating a accurate information available.
major traffic tie-up or other Expansion to other areas of -2134 NW 6th St -
emergency, the informatin will be Florida is planned in the near future, r G'VIllGI 725.3810 I L ,, 5/NCE 7972"
broadcast immediately to subscrib said Burkett --
ing radio and television stations on s uto erti
the Highway Patrol paging frequen
cy. The station then can provide the
public with current information on
traffic and highway conditions.


.: to"TRavAlert Colonel warn the gives public Burkett us of the major capability stated traffic, If Rates Were Lower

emergencies dous problems material due to immediately.spills accidents and, hazar other The Our Morteags Any


system during also floods has, enormous fires, hurricane potential

evacuations and other disasters The Off The

:: because up-to-date it has the information capability to to provide the( Drop Page.

: public by means other than our
: overloaded police telephone swit
:. chboards' ..
program The first began phase on of March the TravAlert 20 in the Fixed Rate 30-Year Mortgage 1-Year Adjustable> Mortgage Loan

Tampa Bay area. It is the result of % A.ER?
APR 2 VS 9.99
many hours of hard work and ,' 2 V4 points, 10.01% points, .
-
cooperation involving the Patrol, -- --
Bay area law enforcement, the
Florida Department of Transportation
local television and radio sta. oo %
: lions and Mr. John Pilger, program
: developer, who began the original 9.75 8.50
concept several months ago.
TravAlert is the registered name
of the system used by the Patrol to
provide emergency information to
the public more efficiently. There is

', and no cost radio to stations the subscribing except to television install a 2 / 9.84% A.RRFlorida ?

: Highway receiver Patrol in each will station use existing The Fixed Rate 15-Year Mortgage points,

transmitting equipment to place the
: program in operation.By .
agreement, subscribing television
and radio stations must


College GOPs %

Elect Chairman

Stockton Reeves of Winter Park
;: has been elected chairman of the
: Florida College Republican Federa
tion. Reeves, a fourth-year political .
science major at the University of
: Florida, has been active with the
: Republican Party for several years .
: Reeves,who was born in Starke, is
the son of the former Sara Woodburn
: of Starke.
: Since 1982, he has been a memberof
the Central Florida Young
: Republicans. As a delegate he at
: tended both State and National Col Federal
lege Republican conventions ..
e Reeves has interned with Senator @
Paula Hawkins and Congressman
: Phil Crane of Illinois. In his new role l-Ol, ::1
: as state chairman of College nItS subject(hanK'C'
: Republicans, Reeves says, "It's
: crucial in the 1986 elections and CALL l-R00-TfIE BANK: FOR THE LOCATION: OF VOl R :NEAREST FLORIDA FEDERAL: OFFICE
; beyond, for our leaders to recognize
; the importance of youth in making
: our party the majority party and"
: continuing the Reagan Revolution.Some .
Downtown G lrw vlll. Oalrmvllto/TtM. Oiks Stark ace'l
: of his goals in the upcoming 220 N Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W Madison Street 3033 S W College Rd.
; year include Increasing the number G ln..wlllUnlv. .f.lty KeyslonelNlyhte UteButUr
i of active clubs within the state 3501 W University Ave. Lawrence Blvcf& 175 W Main Street
federation and hosting the National Sylvan Way
i Republican Convention in Orlando in
1987.
? Reeves is the grandson of L. N
Woodburn of Starke






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Six SentencedIn guilty of burglary at the Garden Curtis Addison Davis, 50, of Starkewas Billy Jean Dean, 29, was arrested Judge Crews placed her on proba- for failure to pay, (driving while
Circuit CourtThe Resturant August, 1983, he was plac- arrested March 22 on a capias March 20 on two counts of sale of a tion for six months. However the license suspended) according to In-
ed on probation at that time. charging worthless check, accor- controlled substance cannabis, according probation will end when she pays her vestigator Aderholt Bennett was
following defendants appeared ding to Investigator Aderholt. Davisis to Lt. Moore. She was $500 fine released after he paid a $105.75 fine.
I before Judge John J Crews Michael Keith Leverson was charged with issuing a worthless released after a $1,500 surety bond According to Investigator Don
i I Monday, March 24 in Bradford sentenced to DOC for 30 months to be check to Kelly's IGA in Okaloosa was posted. Denton the arrest came after Union Robert Allen Roberts, 29, of Brad
I County Circuit Court. Their cases served consecutively with a Union County. He was releassed after a Correctional Institution correctional ford County was arrested March 14
were presented for change of plea or County; case. Leverson was found in $100 cash bond was posted. Gene Leroy Todd, 27, of Bradford officer Paul Rogers told UCI officials for driving under influence (DUD)
disposition.Neal violation of his probation he received County was arrested March 20 for that Danny Collins had asked and driving while license suspended
when found guilty of delivery of a Debra Young Powell, 25, of Hampton disorderly intoxication, according to him to smuggle marijuana into the (DWLS), according to Trooper D. C.
Dewitt Palmer pled guilty to controlled substance. was arrested on a capais charg- Patrolman K. Hinds, Jr. Bond was prison. Roberts. He was released after sure-
burglary of a structure and was ing worthless check, according to set at $150, he was released on his Rogers told deputies he was to be ty bonds totalling $572.50 were
placed on probation for two years Recent ArrestsIn Deputy Sammy Eunice. Powell is own recognizance.Laura paid $500 to pick up the marijuana posted.
Department of Corrections con- charged with writing a worthless from Mrs. Collins at her Starke
secutive with any sentence he is now Bradford CountyThe check to TG&Y In the amount of Ann Smith, 22, of Bradford motel room and take it to her son Harvey Keith Moore, 30, of'
serving. following individuals were arrested $163.17. She was released on her own County was arrested March 19 for said Denton. Instead Rogers andUCI Alachua was arrested March 15 for
worthless check In- DWLS, according to Trooper
to
in Bradford County by local recognizance. according officials told the sheriff's
Raymond L. Wilkerson, adjudged authorities. vestigator Aderholt. She was released department about the plan. Roberts. Moore was released after
guilty aggravated assault (two Barbara Davis, 46, of Starke was on her own recognizance. Denton and other deputies observed $210 surety bond was posted.

counts), was placed on probation for Rickey Wayne Hawkins, 27, of arrested March 22 on a capias from outside as Rogers went into Phillip Elmo Leonard, 35, of Clay
five years with 60 days in DOC for Hampton was arrested March 23 on charging worthless check, accor- Arkansas Woman the motel to meet Mrs. Collins Dec. County was arrested March 15 for
I count II, five years probation on a capias charging burglary of a con- ding to Investigator Aderholt. Davisis Gets ProbationOn 11. DUI, DWLS, according to Trooper
count III (concurrant) and serve 30 veyance and petit theft according to charged with issuing a worthless Rogers came out with a grocery Roberts. Bond was set at $834.50,
days consecutively with count II. Investigator David Aderholt. check to Kelley's IGA in Okaloosa Pot ChargesAn bag containing almost a pound of Leonard was released on his own
Wilkerson, 21 of Lawtey was also Hawkins is charged with taking a County. She was released after a marijuana and Mrs. Collins was arrested recognizance.
arrested while In court March 24 on 1977 Ford pickup last Nov. 10. Bond cash bond was posted. Arkansas woman pled no con- a short time later, said In-
a capias charging burglary of a con- was set at $1,000 for each charge. He test to giving marijuana to a correc- vestigator John Tilley. Charles Dwain Hendrix of Starkewas
veyance, grand theft, according to was released on his own Randolph Harris, 47, of Starke was tional officer in a scheme to smugglethe Mrs. Collins has been free on $100 arrested March 26 for DUI, according -
Lt. Glen Moore. Wilkerson is charred recognizance arrested March 22 on a capias drug to her inmate son.Circuit bond since the day of her arrest. to Patrolman Marc
with taking a tool box, mechanic charging welfare fraud, according Judge John J Crews Devereaux. Hendrix's blood alcohol
tools and a 1978 Ford Granda Oct. 28. Douglas D. Dahlberg, 27, of to Deputy Eugene Lee. Harris is withheld adjudication of guilt content was .15 percent Bond was -,
Lawtey was arrested March 24 on a charged with misuse of food stamps.He against Opal Inez Collins, 57, and Traffic ArrestsIn set at $500, he was released on his ,.l
Inmate Stanley Maurice Floydwas capais charging burglary of a con- was released after a $1,000 surety placed her on probation when she Bradford CountyThe own recognizance. .
appeared March 24 in Bradford Cir- .
sentenced to DOC for nine bond
years was posted.
for possession of contraband- veyance, grand theft, according to cuit Court for arraignment. following arrests were made Ewell Craft, 30, of Keystone '
cannabis. Time is consecutive with Lt. Glen Moore. Dahlberg is chargedwith Axel Dwayne Barnes, 26. was arrested Collins said she had agreed to for traffic violations by local Heights was arrested March 25 for I
sentence now serving. taking a tool box, mechanic March 19 for retail theft, according deliver the marijuana after her son, authorities. DUI, according to Patrolman Hinds. 7
tools and a 1978 Ford Granda Oct. 28. to Investigator Aderholt. lie .Danny, asked for it to ease the pain. His blood alcohol content was .21 ,'
Gary L Burch was sentence to Bond was set at $2,000, he was was released after a $100 cash bond She said he suffers from a painful Curtis Gene Bennett, 21, of Brad percent. He was released after a "'
released on his own recognizance. was posted. liver ailment. ford County arrested March 19 I'1
DOC for 30 months for a violation of was $362.50 surety bond was posted. '

probation charge. Burch was found ','
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: Friday: Pizza, garden salad, corn on cob ----
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j macaroni cheese green lima beans, fruit cup
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a : cheeseburgers. Double Sided OS2-3-DS NOW
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Thursday: Pizza hamburgers, french fries ,a y Heavy-duty plastic trays. Designed with Single Sided, 8
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Friday: Managers choice. NOW
Double Density DS2-SS-DD-RH
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Each students have choice of hot lunch
day a a
salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carte for a pen or pencil.
s Y eF $36 00 2 556
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Gator Williams Growl last featured appeared entertainer as the in [ !] 3M Post-lfM Notes

October, 1982 at Florida Field. .; Notes that have an adhesive on the back. "

Tickets are on sale at all Select-A- Use for attaching messages to correspon r.
.. Seat outlets and the University Box ) x r, dence, printouts magnetic tape, etc. They
If Office. Tickets are $13.50 plus a $1 r : ,, will stick to almost any surface and can
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it reserved.Master Card and VISA credit card 1 I even on paper. 100 sheets per pad. ,; \--. ,.- ,

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: 8-6 victory over Silas and Bala to 33"Wx12"D 79
clinch the team win for BHS. 2 Shel-30"H, Reg. $99 00 72
'" The second matchup between the 48 Ibs. DE4-8C2 NOW

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: outstanding individual performances 3 Shelf-42"H, Reg $13500 9 899
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Silas beat Sapp in a close, 8-5 deci- 478
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for the visitors in a cliff-hanging Suede DP3-RS48.'>4 $1500 ea 370 .
NOW DE4 MC-48.17.1/2"W x 12"D x 26HH. 321bs.
finale winning 9-8 (7-4), Burgundy DP3-RS48-7.1 98 8.1/2" x 11" DP1-CX9001 Reg. $8.85 rm Reg. $7500
"We should have won it," Coach alack DP3.RS48-72 1. 1. 470 Oak DE4.MCSU.EO 5499
McGriff said. "But we didn't play MInk DP3-R548-88 NOW EA 8-1/2" x 1." DP1.CX9004 Reg. $8.70 rm NOW Walnut DE4-MCSU.WT NOW

well when it was really important.
We'll get them next time" \


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