Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04412
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04412
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Weather through the weekend should be mild and warm, with
showers possible Sunday. SECTION Bi 16 Pag.i '
There is a front in Georgia, but it should not affect the local area, Clay coop Day . . . . IB CRIIMESVILLE FL 32&11" ;

forecasters say. BHS Sport. . . . . 2,4-71: w+
Today (Thursday, April 3) should become partly cloudy early Troll.y . . . . . .38 .,. li':
with continued warm, the high in the low to mid 80s. Claiiifladi . . . . 8-10B
The extended outlook, Friday-Sunday, is for partly cloudy skies Strawberry Stroll . . . 116
and mild temperatures through the period.No Softball Registration . . 11B '
rain has been recorded in the past week. Area Dcothi. . . . . 11B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ..,
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UL.tk noting City- Authorizes Defensive Action on Civil Rights-- Lawsuit .>.i'

Unable to make progress in The city is being sued by the local black majority districts from whichit to offer it at that time," said attorney for dismissal "...and see what they :
negotiating a settlement In its civil chapter of the NAACP through the will be possible to elect blacks to Brown. think of it." .
rights Idw suit, Starke commissioners law l firm of Lipman & Wise in the city commission. "Have they come up with a plan?" "If we oppose, we will have a I
Fair Opens... have authorized attorney Miami !Facing a May 8 pre-trial conference asked Commissioner Vernon Silcox. bunch of lawyers out here counting I
Terry Brown to start taking defensive The suit, the same type of action :; in Jacksonville with Judge "Yes sir, they want five single houses at $150 per hour," said Com ,
Half price tickets are still on sale actions to defend the suit. being brought against Bradford I(i, Howell Melton of the Federal member districts," replied attorney missioner Jimmy Crosby, referring : '
at the Chamber of Commerce in The initial step will involve attorney County and the Bradford School ,District I Court of the Middle District Brown. to the fact that if Starke is divided up
Starke until noon on Monday, April Brown filing a motion to Board, seeks to have single member Jol Florida, attorney Brown asked ci- Mayor Charles Schaefer, saying into single member districts the
7.The dismiss the law suit, plus readying districts! \ formed because, it claims: ty commissioners for input, feedback most of the questions submitted for houses will have to be counted I. ,
Chamber will be open on arguments to dolond the city's position blacks are being disenfranchised by and guidance in planning him to answser involve the county because the city never has had p
Saturday, April 5, from 8:30: a.m. to in holding city-wide nonpartisan t the current election process. : strategy for the city. "If the city and school board but not the City of :
noon for the convenience of elections. What the blacks want are two ,j wants a settlement proposal, I need Starke, recommended the city file (see Defend SUit..I*.2A)

iairgoers. .
The will .
midway at 5
open p.m. < '
on Tuesday, April 8, with exhibits f /* &,

opening 10. at noon on Thursday, April CountyFai r ..

Berry Pageant... "

The Annual Strawberry Queen Set April

Pageant is set April
5, at 7 p.m. at the Bradford High '- -'I ,.:
School Auditorium with 13 entrants :' The 361h edition of the Bradford
competing.Advance. G '.. y County Fair is set to open Tuesday,
tickets are $3.50 for fIN :a': April 8, for a 5-day run through
adults and $2.50 for ages 312. Theyare Saturday, April 12, with some 25,000
available at Chastain's Jewelry expected to visit the fairgrounds on

.. and Mitchell's Drug Store on Call US-301 north of Starke.
Street and at Williams Jewelry in _. Advance fair tickets are on sale
'r Bradford Square. f'Yf"' for half price, two for $1. Tickets at
the fair will be one dollar, the sameas
I last year. Tickets are on sale
Active Seniors... r{ J .J through Friday, April 4, at Andrews
; .'1 Drugs in Lake Butler, Lake Region
The Senior Center offers various Travel in Keystone Heights, and at
.. activities for senior citizens including all Bradford County elementary

5..: needlework, macrame, exercises / schools and Bradford Middle School,
bingo, etc. and the Chamber of Commerce of-
The Center is open Monday fice in Starke. The Chamber office
through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4 1 J will remain open Saturday, April 5,
p.m. and is located behind the new from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. and will
courthouse on the corner of Grand also sell tickets until noon Monday,
and Georgia Streets. + April 7.Arm.
Contact Beverly McGee or v t 3 ) 4i band tickets will not be
Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more available in advance. Arm band

information. sales are at the discretion of the midway
I owner, and were offered last
+i;" year as a special concession becauseof
% :
"j Free Blood Check... 'i oHv 1f the rainout the last day of the fair.
4 n i 4 t The Chamber has been getting
:: A free blood pressure check will phone calls about the arm bands, but
be given the first Tuesday of every Fair Manager Mike Cooney says
I month from 1-4 p.m. in the library arm bands will not be offered priorto

at Bradford Hospital. A registered f: : the 1986 fair. Anyone wanting ride
{. '. nurse will issue blood pressure I 1b ; 4 tickets needs to buy them in advance
,,_:"' cards, record readings and check F Cooney states.

your pulse. Cooney says the buildings, toilets,
u Ts : t 1 and drainage system are in good

,? shape. Entrance to the fair has been
:. Pre-Itetirement : .- '- i V+J revamped, the roofs of two buildings

f. '. Learn By Mail... have been repainted, there are 90
,., new pig pens with an automatic
Retirement years can be a great flushing system and cement floors.
?, phase of life. It affords the oppor- ._.__._-" -- .- Plus the interior of the civil defense
'. tunity to do all of those things you building has been enlarged by

i.j never had time to do while work Top Grade Earners at Bradford High... removal of partitions.
I Cooney that Bradford County
ing.Planning for retirement, The 12 stralght-A students at Bradford High for the fourth six-weeks Second row : David Thorpe Jody Brown, Robert Thorpe and City of Starke employees and In-
however, is a major consideration.It grading period are ((1-r): Standing, in rear: Robert Boone, Wanda 1lIlI'lIt'AIi!oha Crtien, mates and employees of Lawtey
can make the difference between Seated at bottom: Tracie Clark and Sherri llarrell. Yvonne Hobo, James II.iM-s, Terese Kichardson. Mick! Becker. Correctional have provided In-

enjoying those leisure years or valuable assistance in readying the
struggling through them. fairgrounds for the April 8 opening.The .
.:,. It is never too early to begins SchoolTwelve midway, operated by United
r\ el EmStraihtA's Bradford
planning, especially if you are looking % v e : ; at High Shows, is set to open at 5 p.m. Tues
.f:;; at retirement in five or 10i. day, April 8.
years. The Extension Service is offering of 1,035 students, or 1.6 tutorial program at SE, law studies, history and goveiiiniem, t'OIllCI1- Velesa M. Hampton, Lynn Holtzen- The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
a six part Learn-By-Mail percent of the student body, earned comparative economic systems, try, and honors English! 10. dorf, Reginald L. Johnson Paul It. Swine Show is set for 7 p.m. Tues-
series to assist in preparing for straight-A's for the fourth six-weeks honors English 12, humanities from Moore, Russell E. Nail, Katherine L. day.The
retirement. Information will be grading period which ended March 1500, and study hall. FreshmenMicki O'Hearn, Richard L. O'Steen, Marla River City Cloggers will per
sent to your home for your convenience L. Becker, daughter of Mr. R. Reddish, Michael A. Rowley, form at 7:30: p.m. on midway enter
; 5.Another 7 percent, or 72 membersof Juniors: and Mrs. Leslie Becker of Lawtey. Melissa A. Todd, Russell L. Trainor, tainment area. A 4-H fashion show
If interested, contact the Exten- the student body earned all A's Sherri C. Harrell, daughter of Miss Becker is enrolled in honors Michelle A. Watkins, Thomas R. set for Tuesday night has been
sion Office, phone 964-6280, Ext. and B's for places on the A-B honor Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell of English 9, honors physical science, .Watson, James P. Wilson. cancelled. A talent show, sponsoredby
l 284. roll. The freshman class led the way Brooker. Miss Harrell is enrolled in personal fitness, woodwind bank, WPXE-FM Radio, is set for 8
with 25 members on the honor roll, analytic geometry, physics, advanced Spanish I, algebra I, and study hall. Juniors. .. Shilynn Chapp, p.m. Tuesday.
which includes 18 seniors, 14 juniors, world history, chemistry I, Charles M. Coburn, Deena L. Cox, Official opening ceremonies are
Car Wash... and 15 sophomores. honors English 11, photography, and Yvonne E. Bobo, daughter of Mr. Vicki L. Crockrell, Barbara M. set for noon Wednesday, April 9.
A car wash has been set for Sherri Harrell, who is a memberof study hall. and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Green, Melissa A. Miller, Angela M. Speaker will be Wally Rich, the
;; Saturday, April 5, sponsored by the the Tornado track team, is the on- Miss Bobo is enrolled in drawing and Montgomery, Phillip R. Moore, Cynthia bureau chief of fairs and expositionsfor
t. Starke Church of God Youth ly junior to make straight-A's. The SophomoresRobert : painting I, French I, algebra I, per- L. Parado, Audrey L. Pierce, the Florida Department of
Department. all-A's included 3 seniors, 4 E. Boone, son of Mr. and sonal fitness, honors English 9, fun- Stacey L. Shuford, Cynthia L. Agriculture.The 4
damental business skills, and honors Taylor, Anna M. Ward, Pamela L. 1986 Strawberry Queen, to be
and 4 freshmen.
The car wash is set for 10 a.m. at sophomores, Mrs. Leslie Boone of Starke. Booneis
'ay the Torode Shell Oil Station in enrolled in honors English 10, advanced physical science. Willingham. crowned Saturday night, April 5, will
1 Starke. The straight-A students are, by American history and cut the ribbon to open the fair.
class: government, honors biology I, wood- Alisha J. Gruen, daughter of Dr. Sophomores... Michael E. Wednesday is also Senior Citizens rw
and Mrs. Gruen of Starke. Brown JenniferL. which free admissionall
Square Dance.. Harry Barber, Jason M. Day means
wind band, geometry,jazz band, and
hall. Miss Gruen is enrolled in Spanish I, Brown, Dale D. Cassels, Todd M. day for senior citizens from 11
f Square dancing sessions will be Seniors: food and nutrition, algebra I, per Gillenwaters, Allison Ivey, RichardD. a.m. until 5 p.m. 3

held each Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the .Trade L. Clark, daughter of Mr. Jody L. Brown, son of Mr. and sonal fitness, honors Enlgish 9, fundamental Kimutis, Lisa M. Mosley, The annual Rural-Urban Day picnic
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. business skills, and honors Stephanie O'Steen, William Chris sponsored by the Starke Rotary
and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. Miss Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke.
Special dance sessions will be O. Sellers Angel R Club will officially the fair at
) physical science. Powell, Joseph open
Clark the 1985 Brown is enrolled in algebra II,
' is
Strawberry Queen
held the first Saturday of each enrolled honors I Spell, Richard L. Taylor, Rosalyn L. noon Wednesday. The Beef Breeding
in biology SpanishII
month beginning with a covered analytic geometry, advanced American and Wanda M. Mueller, daughter of Taylor, Joy E. Vellenga. Show is set at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdayis
dish dinner at 5:30: p.m., a chemistry I, standard Elglish 12, histgory Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of also bluegrass night with the
f workshop at 6:30: p.m. and the speech, humanities from 1500, government, honors English 10, anddriver's Starke. Miss Mueller is enrolled in Freshmen... Patricia K. Bath, Southern Pride Bluegrass Band
mainstream dance beginning at 8 totorial program at SE, and study education. life management skills, fundamental Shawna J. Blom, Sheryl L. Brazell, from Lake City set to perform for

p.m. hall. David M of Mr. and business skills, introduction to Kimberly D. Brewer, Michele L. two shows, 8 p.m. and 9:30: p.m. .
' son drama, algebra I, honors English 9, Bronson, Lilly M. Burgess, Laura The fair exhibits open at noon
Mrs. of Starke.
.James F. Hayes, son of Mr. and Robert Thorpe world geography, and honors Rose Dick, Julie A. Ferguson, Thursday, April 10. The midway
* DAY Election... Mrs. Robert Hayes of Starke. Hayesis Thorpe is enrolled in woods, physical science. Kemberly L. Fillyaw, Karen A. opens at 5 p.m Highlight of the day
enrolled in standard world honors biology I, algebraII
geometry Klein Bradford-Union
M. KimberlyA. will be the annual
Hodges, Tonya
The local chapter of the Disabled history, physics, brass band, stan advanced American history and A-B Honor Roll
: Lee, Richard K. Leneave, 4-H and FFA Steer Show set for 7
American Veterans will meet dard English 12, chorus II, music government, honors English 10, and
Selina Norman, Patricia G. Parado, .m. A gospel singing show, with the
Thursday, April 10 when the theory, and jazz ensemble Spanish I. The 72 BHS student earning all A's p
Peggy N. Petteway, Kristin L. Pfen- Missionaires Quartet from Lake City
membership will vote on the 1986-87 and B's for places on the A-B honor
E Elizabeth will for two shows at 8
Jeremy perform ,
niger, ,
slate of officers. Rita Terese Richardson, Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and roll are, by grade; Rowell I Carrie Shaw, Holly S. .m.Friday .
They will meet at the Pratt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AI Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke.
Shields, Jill Strickland, Tammy J. April 11, is Children and
Street Recreation Center. The Richardson of Melrose. Miss Thorpe is enrolled in algebra II, Seniors... Marsenna L. Tina G. Willingham, Shan
meeting is at 7:30: p.m. Richardson is enrolled in advanced general shop, honors biology I, Brantley, Kieth D. Gillingham, Young. (See County Fair..I>.: .\>
American history and government, Spanish II, advanced American Erica L. Gruen, Edward L. Hall, non Wendy


merce Bradford Board Chamber of Governors of Com meets 44 Percent of All Sixth Graders at Middle School Failing Science"Why I

today (Thursday, April 3) at 12:30: willing
p.m. at Santa Fe Community College are so sixth graders and 2 in related arts. satory classes, with a pupil-teacher gotten from the BMS after her son said was! most cooperative and
Starke Center. failing science?"many asked Mrs. Joanie Of the 102 sixth graders failing ratio of 1-16, for extra help. The state flunked science, Mrs. Hughes to help.
The Bradford County Commission bringing into the science, only 26 are failing science supplies no funds for compensatory brought the problem to the school
Hughes, open a No Pat AnswerAfter ...
and social board, meeting Monday night,
will meet at 9:30: a.m. on Mon- simmering problem at Bradford alone. education funds in science
day, April 7, at the Bradford County Middle School. The 114 figure came from trying to studies. March 31 at BMS in one of its pre an hour's discussion there
Courthouse. figure out how many sixth graders Forty-five sixth graders are fail- budget sessions, and getting into would were no easy answers.
114 of 256 sixth 44.5
class two are more than it bargained for. Part of the problem is the transition -
The Council will might fail the entire year, meaning ing more than one ;
of the class
meet on Monday, April 7, at 7:30: science percent, said Board member, are failing Len those who have less than the 4 honor failing five courses, 23 are failing Ms. Kathy Williams, a registerednurse from elementary school to the
at city hall in Lawtey. Schlofman. points for a D in science. But there four courses, and 20 are failing three said her daughter had taken middle school, emotional and men
p.m.The Brooker City Commissionwill are two more six-weeks, and a student classes. Fifty-eight more sixth science in elementary schools up tally, pointed out BMS language arts
meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Teacher Reply... with two or more honor pointsnow graders are failing two subjects, or north, made good grades, and flunked instructor Linda Sheffield.
April 8, in city hall. could improve and pass in that science and one other subject. That sixth grade science here. Students fail because they don't do
The Hampton City Council will BMS science teachers say that lime means a total of 113 sixth graders Toni! and Dennis Crawford said the work, it was also pointed out.
number, by itself, is misleading. do not cannot
zy meet at 7 Tuesday, April 8, in are failing at least one class, whichis their child was a straight-A students Many parents or
p.m. They point out that in the fourth six There are 46 such possible (failing at Monday and help students with homework, someone
the figure being quoted until hitting sixth grade science,
l city hall. sixth in 49 in math
weeks in the sixth grade, there were graders reading, else said.
County night's school board meeting. the F. The situation Improved -
.The 36th annual Bradford socialstudies. was upset by
- 64 failing grades in reading, 63 in 113 in science, and 75 in
''" Fair runs April 8-12 at the math, 102 in science, 68 in social Lower level reading and Parents Unhappy. however, as they worked (See 114 Failures..p.ioA
fairgrounds on US-301 north. studies, 10 in physical education, math students are placed in com pen- Unsatisfied with the answers she'd with the teacher who the Crawford's

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r.e ;; Big "Wish List" Given To

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t School] Board by BMSA

4,: : he b'a,1 l agreed 1/wLu/ orrirrnt:
was orisisling: ol c:ili/e:ns! and Sf:!hdul
1 : ? (lay / : !. ,,:I he: loaned/ to :study the .
da ( 'in. '
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: ,' ,,1. proposal! drawn up years!; !
.. ( and never acted upon, would
A the high school and middle
." 'I he high school would \be
clas! : !" ,r prcjxirriation to the: vu-lcfh: :
y sv.. ,(" '. But (expensive: science: : labs!
11' c gam'i Or. : : have, to he built at what I is! now
1 i (' : middle schoeilJrade .
; : < ,(
4 ,, I)' ed : groupings! url also under
ij :ussion! ,. Making SK and SS K-S:
__ u center for grades: Mj, a
a- f $ !school i with just grades! 7-K,
( (< some ol the: proposals
.A : (
na : ( <
."' : 1 >> be able to use! :slate funds: to
(, ( 'Id would l require having a survey
; (( from other !schools! put the new
on the, Bradford/ five-year plan
,,, !
) I ;u ;
t is 'I notice this: topic keeps creeping
s+f, e lor ; in every !school] mee,ting," said
no : board member Kodmy
"1! : who suggested the committee
s HK, : /formed d lo !study the problem>>
Indu! )
"Jhetime for us to take some !oC-
$ not'I( i is: !,soon" saidSupt. Jim Duncan
the board has! S80,0())0 on hand
] ] a new !>science lab and a deci-
SoiitlishU Siii.ii tit's... do, if : needs: to be made in April where-
lab will be built.
These first.nid "Olltl) ni .nlc si mil'ills( m.idc slrni.III ,Vs (in their ....poi..( On the M".utlll\\ : '......y I.umolll, i.ul. Ehl"I': lawn Wilkinson Duke' north
cards fin the loin'Mi si h-\ ,k .
|grading| 111'.1,1. '
tame, (hip Kowell Chiislin.i luiriilon. Ice (iilNicholas Smith
PIOIII lift t lo right on Ilic lioul row : ..lirinSioll. 'I'Kill I'.iHnson, ii.mio Murray anil Kn'lyn 1a iIvy. '
:M.ill. Oilom. Sean (oiiii.iiiKlilon K.ilnn.i 1'eowaus, Seall'Iii.rirl, Itoscll.iSniilh HEALTHGet
Antic I IIIIK. .\11I10, ,.,. Brown, Dou.ilil l).s.msiig I ,'l.i Uhile, Paul I /
( h"IIIIII,1 Koiinir slu'Hi'i'. Id .ill nII'I bee> was .ilisenl when lie |iu'line was aken. with fast, free confidential intor
some by cOiling Tel,Med and ask
to have one of the following
played for YOU. Just call

1 Suit or 370-0007 and ask for
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city, actoiiliiig lo Supeivism' olElections they need to do this to gel that," Plus, there would be three at-large I rn Just tired doctor
dl I ."'I1"I I1Allnine*. Brow n agreed : I\evn: I-'t}ma. 'Iheie arc II the lawyer says the city can't chstiicls t 6th Why a "D&C"
Inn lemimled Crosby that he 1,1itl1'1111( (' voters, !5:1:1: : black voleis win..,, began Commissioner Hobby The 1 plamtil Is did not agree to such A Menopause
''H..OIII. i dlal'gl' $10 per: how, and Black l vote( I ) !s are oulmnnheied' about Biggs. a plan in Columbia County, pointedout Breast feeding your baby
thai it I is 'oulh-Fol'id,1! big-l'il l t'H'l1eho charge(: $10!: () per houiI '. tin total registered voleis' NAACP to make the decision to fight a black district and would not settle childbirth
"I'm I against 1 a bunch ol lawyers "I resent a. law firm liom Miami or not. I clon believe the people lot less. Finally Columbia officials 10 Coring for yourself after a
making a lot ol mOIl*. over I this," coining up |here and telling us whatto want that kind of government" said iIl'cl'pll'l1' a black district with some but baby
,,till ("omniissionci I Crosby, atlmit- I do saul Sili' ,
ox.t SIlcox. Before such a decision is 4,(()Kin blacks and 160 whites. Menstruation
ling the\ coy has problem in the suit made, Silcox said he would like to Toxic Shock Syndrome
('omiinssioneieinon' Sili o\: said :.t Options... have a town meeting for the peopleto (onseiibus Asked... SS Hysterectomy
.illoiiu;'\ Brown I is! not trying to make 'I'he city has three options in come down here (to city hall) and Putting the pressure on the commissioners so done
a lot ol money with I the suit answeiing the\ suit, pointed out Attorney tell the commission what they want Mayor Schaefer asked is Tel.Med Is a free service for the '
What (ommissumci Crosby! is Brown: How big a group would you want, for the opinion from each;: coun- has provided by the Auxili,
s.ixing I I is absolutely! light ihe\; I Give; in, do whatever those bringing asked Commissioner Biggs cilman, one at the time, of what of Bradford Hospital Inc
want continue lhi> tiling as long .is the suit: ask! Anybody who wants to come, "...you
possible( lib> the pl.nnlill claims are incorrect wouldn't gel but a handful" Silcox See Page 3 does!
"I I don IK'lie\'(* we lan do as gooda I. tile for dismissal! and begin replied] ----
lob with. li\i single memberclisiiKis defense of the suit Why not go with option two, again
said Silcox, pointing out :JiOllei a counter proposal, and suggested Mayor S haefer.Is THE BOOT STOREM
Clt\ commissioners should work don't t decide' what is right 01 wrong. a settlement proposal of three _.... -. .. ,...."
together i and act with the entire city single member district and two at-

in iinnel. especially! on decisions! pir- Another optIOn is to employ, at a large district a viable option, asked 120 E. Call Street Starke 964 6261 .... -- '. hMen
tattling lo utilities cost of :4,000: )(!() to $5,000, a New York Commissioner Crosby That is the .
"It I have 1)0: people who keep me law linn which successfully defended compromise he would propose, attorney -
in oil ice lot 40 years, I'll do what I iwutt Liiueleidale in a similar civil Blown said. 'Technically, Women ChildrenUP
to, said SIlcox. The first thing rights suit, the only time such a suit that may have some merit," said theattorney. I
to happen is utility rates would go has been won in the 23 Florida cases. .
up Silcox added What is the reality ol option 2?" The law does noy say a minority is
Black people know they clon t asked Commissioner: Ciosbv, Once entitled to have the same portion of TO f F
have an enemy up heie We've the motion to dismiss is filed the city board members as their population ACME 10'I ,
winked as hard tor blacks as for said r
has begun lo answer the charges attorney Brown Theoretically,
anybody ." Commissioner Silcox and defend the' city position: said attorney there could be two single member DINGO 4 0
sand I Blown districts, north Starke and south I Off'LARA
Blacks can elect a city commissioner "II this is Constitutional: I I'm Starke, divided by Call Street. In DAN POST
noit they vole together' l'I'a.y! said Silcox. "The}"'re selling that case; the south Starke district /.L: ,
Silcox said. then would be 95 white, the north TONY LAMA ., .
wares. I feel the blacks percent ;.... :
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2.182 voters! are registered in the bane b'n.old: a bill ol good told Starke district 6V70 percent black DO Dress Boots .' -

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Grad Nile.; .. : ... tend to always look over your Sale Ends
shoulder for answers? Do you find -

Here: The is some groups Grad announced Nile information so far- around There is school a serious affecting epidemic going only yourself in Geometry looking at and that don't younger know person how- &ttylrT--- :r.J:)alts, 'tDwntt April 11, 1986

are Miami Sound Machine scmois...this epidemic is known as to let him know be in-
you may
Klmaxx, and Slarpoint. Tickets for SKNIOKITIS If are experiencing -
you terested Well if need or want
dates limited, so if are sign-
you and
strange symptoms suspect
advice, it to Mrs
some give
ed up on the list in the finance office, caused seniontis
they are by please
McNelley or put it in the Miss .... ,
need to and buy ticket or ,
you go your write them down and give them to Bullwinkle's box on Mrs. ILuen 54
it will be sold to someone else The TT ft
Mrs. McNelley to help us in our counter in the front office.
tickets are $38 each For more infor- research to cure this prnhlem. With
mation, see instructor Jerry your help, we should have a cure by
McGriff in room 1801 in the science June 6Photos. Strawberry Pageant...
building Don't forget the Strawberry
on Sale.. Pageant this Saturday night at the @c9LL
SFCC Heps to Visit... Interested in pictures taken by the BUS auditorium starting at 8 p.m.
Santa Fe Community College Annual Staff They are on sale until Advanced tickets are on sale for s
representatives will be on campus in April 4 during 1st and 7th period $3.50 for adults. Come out and watch 'f- r .
the attendance area today from before and after school only. Cometo these beautiful girls show off in their ..
11:30: a.m, to 1:30 p.m. We will be Mrs. McNelley's room Cost is two sports wear, evening wear and x
available to answer questions about pictures: for 25 cents. swim wear. Good luck girls'!

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Cooked 7 9 frop. Pure Qt. QrNES"llE

Ham 2 Orange Juice. . . . Qt. 99 c t c:.
. . . . . lb. pILs
T-Bone or Sirloin Viva 7 9 c:,, & > "
2 9 9 Paper Towels I . . ea. 4 AND '
Steak . . . . lb. -139 oVE" 2 .

Select BeefLiver Shortening . . . can I : FAMII foundatIon
7 9 C 40 Ib. Trail Blazer I ao .ro.so"o. si'lt
. . . . lb. 549 '' OVE" ,, S(3I1E"DS \ Shoe
,ChunX . . . plus tax ,,"\, count lee
19 W11.D Alachua\ Bressler Clghoe Store

Boston Butts . .-, lb. 1 Cokes, Pepsi, R.C. . & tax & dep. 169 NTS1 O The t10WE OAA\S). ...,eI .... "..... ADMISSIl1NELEPHA

6 pk can Pepsi (hot) . a tax & dep. 1" ThGKET1E s Et PajOESt3 64 s4.00

toN $ T1 Mutts pge 12 h under $4.00
WE HAVE A GOOD LINE OF GARDEN SEED.. "* MORE aMEASI 0.......... Age 6':1: 6 over rool1toNALtD "
Silver pEFFO 9N 8:00 oi 1100M
coa, 60 4:30 & sen t\\lUns\ AVAllAelE
Golden Queen tAUCtl, FR1DAy: ..,,0 pESERVEDSf Ar9
450 ".
I )L Corn Seed . ,_, . ib. 295 Fertilizer . 50 Ib ball ",uctl t/lORE.. 51T: 1:3 O & :

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17 Middle School Students /

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Seventeen! students, or .stunt Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter of >:\ .
cent of the 880-membor Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of ; ..
body, at Bradford Middle School Hampton Lake. \
earned slraight-A's for the fourth .. ,. ,ftj,
six-weeks grading period which end \
ed March 5. 1:,
Another 96 students, or 1U.9per A-B Honor Roll : ,. C &vp ,,
cent of the student body, earned all > i ;
A's and B's for places on the A-B The. 96 students on the A-B honor s t.v ( 'It f
honor roll. roll are, by grade: ) ... I
Five eighth graders, 7 seventh
graders, and 5 sixth graders earned Eighth Grade: ( =
slraight-A's. Thirty-four 8th, 37 7th, Tom Bradford Cynthia Davis,
and 25 6th graders earned all A's and Cindy Davis, Gayle Douglas, Sarah C 4fL \ ,
Douglas, Karen Estcvci, Allison 3 .
B's.The slraight-A students, by grade, Farnsworth, Aimee Ferguson, '
are: Kevin Finch, Cindy Harris, Doley
Hersey Kim Johnson, ChrisKirkland str
Eighth Grade: Valerie Krjick, Tina Lind- ,
Link Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. sey, Len Looney, Beth McKinney,
Harold Bishop of Lake. Lori Mann, Annette Maricle, Handy
Scott Duncan, Kingsley son of Supt. of Milton, Daniel Moss, Dana Norman,
Schools and Mrs. Jim Duncan of Wayne Patrick, Jason Pilcher, Carl
Starkr. Richie, Vincon Robinson, Mark t h
Kevin Krack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shul'ord, Annette Simmons, Jim 1
Michael H. Edken of Starke. Starling, Greg Thomas, Allyssa l1 f 1- ..AI
of Mr. and Wessells, Arkeva Williams, Dana
Kim Johnson, daughter
Mrs. Gerald Johnson of Starke. Williams, Victoria Williams Et1
Steven Thornton, son of Mr. and Seventh Grade I
Mrs. Donald Thornton of KingsleyLake. : ,
Ashley Alday, Regina Bass, f 11 '
Christina Bath, Ricky Beeman, at rrj _
Seventh Grade: Shawna Blom, Michelle Brown, t i gl, w 1r ,p t

Brian Canova, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dawnya Burns, WynlrietteChandler '
David Canova of Kingsley Lake. ,Josh Crawford, Kim Cum- f
Karen Coleman, daughter of Mrs. ming, April Dicandio, Amy Flet- 4
Linda Kay Williams of Starke cher, Melissa Frampton, Mindy U9Lthr
Tonya George, daughter of Mr. Gnann, Amy Griffis, Michael Grif-
and Mrs. Ed Wallis of Starke. fis, Holly Hersey, Shannon Hicks,
Blaine McChesney, son of Mr. and Amy Jones, Sharea Myers, Deborah
Mrs. Ken McChesney of Starke. Nichols, Alpesh Patel, John Rob-
Danika Richardson, daughter of bins, Kim Ross, James Smith, Kevin Top Brains at Bradford Middle School...
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richardson of Snow, David Spell, Diane Starling,
Starke. Kyle Starling, Lori Starling, Carla Seventeen students from Bradford Middle School earned straight( A's (Hear, l-r) Ueanu Holiday, )Danielle Smith Karen Colemun, Mark
Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. Stephens, Julie Thomas, Brittian for the fourth six works grading |period Shu ford. Scott Duncan, Andy Smith, Kilan Canova. I
They are (kneeling(, l-r) 11lrhael7"IcKinoelindllrendalS'illiams: Not'
and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Thornton, Raymond Trimble, Shown: Link Bishop, Kevin KrackTony aGeorgeUaiikaRiehard-
David Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tushina Van/ant, Jill Williams, Jant'Slall"h-liay.(Second row I-r) Kim Johnson, Itluine :\h't'ht'"nl'Y, Steven Thornton, son, Itebecca Phillips
David Smith of Starke. Ricky Wishart.
Sixth Grade: Sixth Grade:

Deana Holiday, daughter of Mr. Stephanie Agin, Shere' Brown, Fair.
and Mrs George Holiday, Jr. of Misty Crawford, Eric Dampier, County .. THE BRADFORD
Starke. Janice Davie, Dana Dunlap, Beau from Page' 1 Bradford Lodge COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Michael McKinney, son of Assistant Ely, Sophia Fanton, Cherish Green, Students' Day at the fair when all p.m,, by Saddlt'tramp.. Published Thursday
Supt. of Schools and Mrs. Jay Groves, Emma Knowles, Tina students through the 12th grade will No. 35 every
Dewey McKinney of Starke. Littler, Amanda Loper, Matt Mar be admitted free from noon until 5 Fair Parking... at 135 W. CaD Street
Rebecca Phillips, daughter of Mr. tin, Jennifer Richardson, Daryl p.m. The midway will open at 1 p,in. When the parking lot adjacent to F& Starke, Florida 32091
and Mrs. Michael Phillips of Starke. Risby, Kelley Stewart, Brad Taylor, At 4:30: p.m. Ronald McDonald will the Farmer's !Market and fair en- AM Second Class postage paid at
Brenda Williams, daughter of Mr. Chris Thompson Mary Thornton, star in'"The Big Red Show Review"on trance at the north end of the Starke FloridaSubscription
and Mrs. Charles R. Williams of Brian Titus, Sharon Wilson, Richard the midway McDonaldland fairgrounds fill up, fairgoers will be Meets Every s ,
Sta rke. Wolf, Kevin WondardSuit characters will be on hand at the fair directed to the parking lot just north ::; Rates:
from noon until 4:30: p.m. Friday. between the fairgrounds and the Second & Fourth jj In-trade area: $12.00 per year
The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
Roping Club area.
$7.00 six months
Swine Sale is set for 7 p.m. Friday, There will be only one entrance Monday
April 11.Stonewall. and one exit The entrance will be 7'30: p.m. Outside area: $13 per year
Jackson the country .lust north of the FliP station, the exit $8.50 six months
... music star and a member of the ,t ,il the Roping Club road still further -
(from page 2A) Grand Ole Opry, is scheduled to appear north
for one show at 7-30:: ( p.m. Fri
which option the council would puranswering the information questions
day. Billy Walker, also a member of
of the Miami law firm,and
sue attempts the Grand Ole will ell no Cox
appearalong STARKE
Dismissal, said Commissioner to negotiate a settlement, amounts with Stonewall Jackson.
Bobby Biggs, the first asked, after. to $1,000 or $1,200. The midway will open at 3 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD J.,, :. ,.
thinking awhile. Saturday. April 12, the fair exhibit> 422 N. St. Clair 964.5445 & ..
Option two, file for dismissal, said buildings at noon. The Heel Walter F. Montz, Pastor
Commissioner Crosby, next,' said Commissioner Travis Woods. Let's .
Breeding Sale is set for 6 p m Sato
he had no decision, but asked atfind out where we stand said day. The Bradford-Union 4-11 and We invite you to worship with us. I Air ...:::;;.
torney Brown for a bi-weekly report Woods. Attended Nursery Conditioning
FFA Steer Sale is set for 7 p in
. . 10 ,
of hours and charges. "I don't want Sunday School am
Saturday. The River City doggers
this to out of hand," said Morning Worship . 11am /
thing get Commissioner: Silcox opted to file I
are scheduled to perform at( 7 p.m
Crosby. for dismissal. Evening Service . . 6 pm Service
Saturday. There will be two countryrock . . 7:30 "
Ycuth :
Wednesday ; pm 'iJ..i
and roll shows at 8 and 9:30: .
to submit bill Crosby: then made il.unanimous, \ .
"I'd prefer a every ; --- \f .
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with Commissioner Woods
two weeks," said the attorney. agreeing c;._ '
Brown said his expenses so far in about the city finding out where it is. Early Bird SpecialLet Service and Repair on:

All Major Appliances Joe Cox

us thoroughly check your cooling systemr Air Conditioning Your friendly repairman.Call ,

i and prepare you for the long hot summer-.. Refrigeration Electrical him today for

Ii for only JOE COX, OWNER any appliance repair

plus necessaryparts any 19WE 9 5 $ .I", Whir of 1 [ 964-7462]!

During the French revolution kings,queens and lacks were removed from 1 _
the standard deck of cards. They were replaced with "nature "liberty or freon TfCV CARE I

and "virtue. SERVICE ALL MAKES I L > NCHI4tO tiKVICt j For Quality Service 4 Repair

Lott Electric and Refrigeration

468.1211 468.2517
be at
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On-Site Laundry 473-3682 8'/2x11 or 81/2 x14 at: ( )

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Page 4A TELEGRAPH April 3, 11186 "

EID1TOR1ALSCounty J Bon Vovaae., Chris L

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"I'm going to walk!" .. /I

Chris Campbell told $

reporters as he waved good- 1a _
Moving to Collect bye in front of his Lafayette : 4M
Street mobile home Tuesday v---9

morning, and was whisked
Lawful Mobile Home FeesAt away to Jacksonville Inter- k -r-

national Airport In a brand

new Cadillac driven by one r

long last Bradford County is plann- several counties, the department shall of his two fundraising"Godmothers w, ) _
ing to set wheels in motion to collect pay the sum of $1.50 on each such ," Pauline )

license fees on mobile homes in the license issued into the State Treasuryfor Aiken.If .

county, a source of additional revenue deposit in the General Revenue Chris's childlike faith is
that has "fallen through the cracks" for Fund for the use of the state, and the have -
too many years. It is a source, however, balance remaining shall be paid into a realized, he may the pro- i"
the trust fund in the State Treasury, and the pelled himself across
that can and must be tapped during
floor on the heels of his feet ,
in said fund shall be
present financial crisis that faces the moneys deposited
and his little "rear end"for '
county. Confronted with immediate paid to the respective counties and
least that'swhat
the last time. At .
compliance with new state regulations cities wherein such mobile homes are
regarding landfills that could cost the located, regardless of where the mobile his many friends and
home license taxes are collected in the financial supporters were 4w
county up to $1 million to resolve, the hoping as Chris, his mother, ,
hereinafter provided.
County Commissioners need all the manner Brenda Campbell, and her I

funds they can rake and scrape.It For a brief period of time several right-hand helper, Brenda j ,

is roughly estimated that as high as years ago an attempt was made to en- Sweat, boarded a TWA l
two-thirds of Bradford County's force this law and about a third of the flight to Spain at 12:55 p.m. I', -

estimated mobile homes are presently county was covered before the effort Tuesday. V 1 .

paying no fees or taxes of any kind. was discontinued for technical reasons -

Again, based on "educated guesses", it concerning who should conduct the There, Chris will enter the Starke's'Crisco Kid' Waves Goodbye

is possible that this untapped source of necessary inspections of mobile homesto clinic of Pavel Kozak, the Ger- awarded "first on, first off" and his continued treatment

revenue is costing Bradford County at see if they were in compliance. The man biochemist who some status for the flight, surroundedby after returning home, share his

least $75,000 annually. During the past effectiveness of enforcement was medical doctors dismiss as a several television crews and faith and say that a pain-free life

:30 yearswhen enforcement of mobile demonstrated, however, by the fact that "quack", while many Americanand newspaper reporters. He took all for Chris, even if for only a

home licensing has had little or no approximately $25,000 in delinquentfees Canadian victims of E.B of the attention In stride, "ham- limited time, will be worth every
attentionthis could have resulted in a was collective in one-third of thecounty's bullosa), show
(epidermylosis ming it up" for photographers by dollar of the cost.
$2.5 million loss of revenue for Bradford area. before-and-after photographs as smiling and waving for the
Chris wants, most of all, to run
County. The law also provides that delinquentfees evidence of their cure from the cameras. and play like other fiveyearolds. -

Florida Statutes state: "Mobile can be applied for the period of rare skin disorder that appearsin Mrs. Aiken and Maybelle He believes he will. "I'm

homes or recreational vehicles whichare time that has elapsed since the last tag about one of every 50,000 bir- Whitehead, who sparked the going to walk," were his parting

permanently affixed to the land was issued. If this should be done, the ths, wide-ranging community effort words Tuesday. How pan such

shall be issued mobile home stickers at amount collected would greatly exceed Chris was the center of atten- that raised more than $30,000 for faith and determination be
the fees prescribed in section 320.08(10)( ) the amount due now for the current tion at the airport where he was Chris's stay at the Kozak Clinic denied?
unless the mobile home or recreational year.

vehicle is qualified and taxed as real Faced with a loss of federal revenue

property, in which case the mobile sharing funds for next and with no
home or recreational vehicle shall be carry-over funds available to help Hwy. 16 Residents Protest Light Industry RezoningIn J

issued an KP (real property) sticker. balance the upcoming 1986-87 budget,

HP stickers shall be provided by thedepartment the county must make use of all a 4-1 vote at its March 25 meeting, the neighborhood. Roy E. Bryant, who lives The protesting group also included Don
to the tax collector and available sources of revenue.It Bradford County Zoning Board approved across 16 from the proposed commercial Champion, Jr. and Mrs. H.F. Wiggins.
I issued by the tax collector to the reclassification of a 1.14 acre lot on building, questioned placing a 3,000 square They were told they "should have known
registered owners of such mobile homesor is estimated that Bradford Countynow Highway 16 East, from RSF-MH (single foot "warehouse, two offices, and parkingfor this would happen' when they built their
recreational vehicle the has approximately 3,000 mobile family residential and mobile home mix) 2B vehicles on slightly more than one homes on a "major" highway.
upon for acre of land.! Harlen said he would Harlen indicated that one reason for
homes occupied as residences. The to ILW (light commercial) construc-
( of a certificate of the respective about 20 in the operation.In in
of tion and operation of a dry wall storageand employ people selecting a site a residentially-zoned
10 to 15 of
property appraiser that such mobile owners perhaps percent sales office. a "letter to the editor" this week area was due to the high cost of property
home or recreational vehicle is included these have title to the land on which The rezoning was requested by Luther Bryant said, "Unfortunately, we as available in areas that are already zoned
in an assessment of the property of such they are placed and thus qualify for Harlen, who now operates Lynn's Custom homeowners did not have enough going for commercial.
for ad valorem taxation homestead exemption. If 2,500 do not Dry Wall on Brownlee Road. If the Zoning us, or we failed to get the board's attentionin Following the regular meeting, the zon-
registered" owner qualify for homestead exemption an Board's recommendation is approved by seeing what we are about to suffer in our ing board met as a Board of Adjustmentand
and in the county in the long approved a exception for con-
"educated the County Commission at its April 1 special .
would indicate that
guess" ,
if is allowed. struction of Trinity Baptist Church in a
The owner or operator of a mobile meeting, Harlen proposes to construct a run strip zoning
perhaps two-thirds of these are not com- 30x100 foot building just east of Ivey's Mrs. Joy Norman, who also resides single family residential area on Highway
home shall make application for such plying with the law by paying any Equipment & Repair, l'/a miles east of across 16 from the proposed commercial 21, three miles southwest of Keystone
1 license in the manner provided, and the prescribed fees. Lack of enforcement Starke. building, pointed out problems that Heights.
tax collectors in the several counties of has brought about this unfortunate con- The zoning change was protested by already exist in the area wilh drainage and Fleta H. Langley was granted a home
the state shall collect the license taxesunposC'd several homeowners in the neighborhoodwho septic tanks, and predicted that additional occupation permit to operate a beauty
dition, which is not fair to other property termed the proposed change "strip construction of the type planned would add shop on Eunice Road (N.W. 105th St.)
and in the
same manner owners carrying the load of BradfordCounty's zoning" in a long-established residential to the troubles experienced there. north of Lawtey.
under the same conditions and re- schools and government.
quirements as provided in s. 320.03.
Although we might bemoan the loss of
Each tax collector shall make pro- revenue in the past, it is a case of "bet- Letters tO 'Editor Hwy. 16 East 'Strip Zoning' DeploredDear I
remittance of all collectedby
mpt moneys ter late than never." In terms of the
him to the department at such times need for revenue it is obviously later Mr. Editor: us or we failed to get the board's attentionin curate one. We as landowners and
and in such manner as the rules and than we think and the planned enforce- I'm writing this letter as a result of the seeing what we are about to suffer in our residents of the community should be
the community and in the county in the long working together for the common cause of
regulations promulgated by depart- decision made by the Zoning Board at its
ment of the mobile home licensing laws
ment may prescribe. Upon receipt of March meeting which will allow strip zon- run, if strip zoning is allowed. zoning and making "our" community and
the license taxes collected on mobile should. proceed with all deliberate ing of SR-16E. As a resident and taxpayer, During the meeting, a homeowner county a better place to live and work, not
speed. I've felt best interest would be tear down what is already good and working
always my pointed out the existing problems in the
homes from the tax collectors of the
of citizens which for us. There must be areas already
protected by the group area with drainage and septic tanks and
make up the various governing boards how additional construction of the type zoned commercial or industrial that will
within Bradford County. Much to my planned would only burden others. That accommodate a dry-wall business in Brad-
Thirteen Area Counties dismay as a homeowner, the zoning statement received a reply from a board ford County. If there isn't, perhaps when
I board's action during this meeting dispelled member saying, "Why don't you move the County Commissioners receive the request -
my feelings of security. The rezoning somewhere else if you don't like ill"! for this rezoning, they should
Landfill PlanningRealizing action approved by the zoning board will establish an industrial park for the county.
Eye Co-op
Additionally, the issue was raised that
allow a dry-wall business to construct aloo'x30' the would for The zoning board should wake up to the
property earn more revenue
warehouse, two offices and park- small businessman who buys a less expen-
the county zoned industrial because the
ing for twenty-eight automobiles on slightly sive piece of property in a residential area
homestead had taken
that they cannot comply individually compliance with the new regulations.State more than one acre of land.This property $25,000 exemptions and sways them into a rezoning situation
much We also told
so revenue. were
with the immense problems Senator George Kirkpatrick, is presently zoned residential and is partof we away should have known this would happen before Starke and Bradford County ex-
presented by the State's new landfill who attended the Trenton meeting, of- an area long. established as a residential when we built our homes on a major periences the same thing Clay County is
regulations-- to the lack of time and fered his support in this effort to obtain community.In highway. Where was this zoning board trying to change.
in North and an effort to maintain status and zon- eighteen years ago when I selected my
moneythirteen counties our State aid, agreed to set up meetingswith
ing as a residential community, several home site? Look at Middleburg, for exampledo we
Central FloriJa area are seeking waysto Senate leaders and urge their concerned property and homeowners at- want that?
get in compliance before the January cooperation. Scarborough hopes that tended the meeting and each had an oppor- Because of the attitudes displayed by
1, 1987 deadline. Otherwise, they face a the Legislature will look on the effort in tunity to speak. Unfortunately, we as several of the zoning members, I feel the Roy E.BryantRt.
homeowners did not have enough going for decision made was a biased and Inac- 1, Box 406,Starke
shutdown of their present landfills this area as a pilot program and use the
and/or stiff penalties, such as the results obtained here to help other

$500,000 fine imposed on Clay County for Florida counties facing the same issue. Bradford County ByDavldW.Norton Authorized I
Forestry Burning
landfill violations.At Already many counties in this area County Fores&er

a recent meeting in Trenton, are confronting the same problems that
representatives of the affected counties Bradford must deal with. Madison Outdoor burning always picks up at this The Florida Division of Forestry, The burning is done at least 200 feet
were made to realize they had but three County is threatened with a State time of year in Florida" as homeownersclean regulates outdoor burning in the state. from the nearest occupied building (other
Agricultural fires, prescribed! burning of than that owned or leased by the doing
up their yards, farmers clear fields party
alternatives in solving their serious crackdown because its landfill has
pro- for new crops, hunters and children use forests, landclcarmg fires and trash I fires the burning) and 100 feet from the
blems: do the job on an individual coun- polluted drinking wells at nearby warming fires and forest owners set all require Division of Forestry authorisation nearest public highway or road,
ty basisa seemingly impossible task; homes. Columbia County has been told prescribed fires to kill undergrowth. before they're stalled. The lire does not cause smoke, soot or
do it by means of a 13-county central in- to clean up its landfill or the State will odors which create a nuisance for your

cinerating plant-- course that could do the job and make the county for ... neighbors,
pay .
.. The lire is
..... l authorized by the Division of
take several years to accomplish, at a it. Clay County has already had all but '. Forestry" before it is started. However, if
multi-million dollar cost; or by using a one or two of its landfills closed becauseof T"'Nl\ //iv"I" -- ... all the above conditions are met and the
cooperative plan [or three or four violations, and faces stiff fines. ; l lire is in a container covered by a metal

neighboring counties working togetherin Alachua County is also in trouble, and 1 r mesh needed.It or. grill, prior authorization is not
a centralized landfill operation.A Bradford has been operating its landfill

centralized incinerating plant, to be without a State permit for over a year, r is illt'galto leave warming !tires still
under threat of penalties. burning. Anyone who builds such a fire can
cost! effective, would have to be locatedin be held for
responsible damages if the fire
Gainesville, since this is the only par- Bradford also faces costly monitoringof tjp: i iI escapes. No warming fire should be set
ticipating city that would have the large its landfill to determine whether it is { :4rM' without the permission of the landowner.
volume of solid waste required as a contaminating ground water, and/or Prescribed burning is a valuable

nucleus for such a massive operation.The possibly the aquifer. It already has two wildfire forests because prevention it provides tool in a method Florida's' of

incinerating plant in Tampa monitoring wells, but needs to add three removing buildups of undcrstory vegetation -
reportedly cost about $500 million. They more. Samples must be taken quarterlyfrom that could fuel a wildfire. However,
don't come cheap.Suwannee each well at a cost of $650 per sam- .! the procedure must be done correctly and '
County Commissioners ple for a total of $13,000 annually. The \ r" t a tions.under carefully monitored weather condi- !

recently adopted a resolution to seek county's part-time engineer, Glen r 'For the most part, the season for burn-
State funding for a $150,000 study to Williamson, has submitted a ground ing underbrush beneath pine timber has
develop a 13-county plan, and their water monitoring plan to DER, but fail- past The most appropriate time is from
forward ed to get it approved. December to March. But many of us can
County Clerk is expected to make use of outdoor burning for cleun-up
copies of the resolution to each county in These problems won't go awaythey and land clearing purposes. One caution--
the group for their consideration. It must be addressed in one way or this is the season, us things arc becoming
calls for State aid in planning a regional another, and the sooner the better. The drier, that wildfires arc more, likely.
of landfills central incinerator is that it Please use caution if your fire is tlosc-l.y
system or a problem so complex may even- to any adjoining woods of pine
in order to avoid the high cost tually require the services of a full-time timl>er. Because March and young April arc
of bringing individual counties into engineer. typically the windy months-- please be
Learning HometownDowntown careful and take time to make sure your
fire is out before you leave it.
Members of the :5th grade classes ulSoi'HisMi' 'Hit tilp W.IH liij>hlij.>hU' : (
NIcSCo1N' LC. :: =o_ : 1 ruca D rvoSTO1C KleitHHil.iry: School toured the CallStreet lour of tin new Santa "',. Community College It you would like to obtain! a burning per
Slai'ke Center, anil the group Is piituieil here mit you can call the Division! of Forestry,
IlistiiiltDistrict.! last Thursday us purl inlrootulthe Urntlford County Telegraph, the 064-5416.: To avoid confusion, only call on
uf their study ot the trends In downtownredevelopment the day that are planning to turn.
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April 3, I9SB TELEGRAPH PaerSAArch
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HonoredBy Al i ;.iI ,

Ellington To Be ,\";,.\' fiP.tl, .j'.'.

Weddings ." .". ,\\.1. '

:f; Surprise Open House Social Side Receptions Parties I rl ''I: pJ 41' I ..

(( Friends and relatives of "Mr. wife, Mrs. Jacqueline Ellington, at of the ; 'i'i I- ..'. \
.j.>. Arch" Ellington are cordially Invited their home at 611 W. Weldon St., Announcements ,
to attend an open house this Brownlee Road, beginning at 1 p.m. Church Items t' _
Saturday Apr. 5, to be given by his News i
"Mr. Arch" was employed with Club News .
..,-- the Bradford County Road Department Gladys Mooty ; _
performing as crew chief for 44 964.7608
years. Mr. Arch was: a road grader
operator, making nearly all the ,
v graded roads in Bradford County, ,7 -. _
except some of which were contracted 'v; '
out to other sources. He .
retired April, 1971 as dean of the Retired Teachers Discuss Volunteering .. I... \ -' \
Bradford County Road crew and wasa
master at operating a roadgrader.He At their regular monthly meeting Mrs. Brown named many ways :. I
then went to work at the Brad- held Thursday, Mar. 20 at the Brad that volunteer hours can be spent in
ford Middle School in 1972, as custo- ford Family Restaurant, membersof church related activities. Mrs.
dian and later moved up to head the Bradford-Union Retired Mamie Jo Douglas talked about
kH. custodian. Teachers Assn. were presented a various civic clubs and community
"I'm not bragging but I'm in program on"How Are You Spending projects. Mrs. Eunice Searing listed
BClassI'll be here when you come Your Time"" by Mrs. Blanche many ways in which personal aUee

and I'll be here when you to gocause give a Brown._e. _._..____.__ _. _H __ assistance can be given to those who TT1
God expects a person for age or health reasons are less ac-
honest days work and I did," said tive Mrs. Muriel Norman remindedthe
Mr. Arch. group that volunteer services of
'Vilrlt rrJrrOtt The Open House will also retired teachers are welcomed by
+ rrrrrr celebrate Mr. Arch's 80th birthday. the schools and library.A Itutietise
,;; Friends and relatives are asked to short history of the Bradford
.. -11l- observe "no presents please". This Hospital Auxiliary was given by Dee Rutledge Nominated
reception is to be a surprise, so Mrs, Cleo Redding Mrs. Norma I
Arch Ellington shhhhh... don't mention it to "Mr. Thompson, a former Public Health

Arch". Nurse, explained the "Meal on Teacher of the YearDamaris
r Wheels" program in Starke. Clay
Members Attend Deanery MeetingOn Mrs Mona Canova thanked the
program participants and urged Hague Rutledge of highest traditions and standards of
Thursday, Mar. 20 the Spring Attending from St. Edward's were each member to keep a record of Kingsley Lake was among the five our field of endeavor.Mrs. .
Meeting of the Gainesville Deanery, Elois Jones, Betty Dazinski, Sophie volunteer hours of service on the teachers of Clay County selected for Rulledge is by her very
DCCW, was held at San Juan Kimutis, Antoinette Coss, Mary calendar and form prepared by Mrs. the Clay County Teacher of the nature a very modest and unassum-
Catholic Mission in Branford, with Gissy, Josephine Gumber, Mary Norman. Year. She said when she was ing teacher. It was with some prodding -
the Mary, Queen of Peace Guild serving Humphries, Ruth Meng, Antoinette ci Hostesses Mona Canova, Eunice nominated from her school that she made known her
as hosts. Stefanelli, Pauline Rehberg Searing, and Lucile Johns served Lakeside Middle School, Orange membership in Delta Kappa Gam-
During the morning business session Dorothy Rife, Kay Richards, andDolores doughnuts and coffee. Park, she felt very honored. She is a ma, an honor society for women
information was given on the Meng.Woman's Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas' devotional sixth grade Social Studies teacher educators only.At .
St. Augustine Diocesan Convention entitled "God is Love" contained who went to Lakeside when it opened the Clay County school board
scheduled for May 4-6 in Palm Coastat Club Annual a short biographical sketch of 13 years ago. She said"she found the meeting Thursday, March 13, the
the Santa Maria Del Mar Parish. 9 St. Patrick. She mentioned many most important thing about being a teacher of the year from each school
Election of new officers took place Meeting April ways in which a person can show teacher is knowing that she's turned was recognized individually and
with Antoinette Coss elected as The annual meeting of the love for another. someone on to learning." "That'smy presented with a plaque by Mrs.Ann
Secretary of the Deanery. Woman's Club of STarke will be heldon The group enjoyed lunch at noon in greatest reward. Motivating the Wiggins, school superintendent.Mrs. .
Mass was concelebrated by the Wednesday, Apr. 9 at the 1 the private dining room.Community children to learning is my job." Rutledge along with the other
host pastor, Father James O'Neal, clubhouse. Mrs. A. Sanderson, According to two of her students, five finalists was presented a paper
Father J. Flannan Walsh, Spiritual chairman, will be assisted by Candice Norris and Mark Hed- mache apple with her name printedon
Moderator, Father Thomas Gordon, Mesdames P.O. Reddish, W.T. dinger, 'The teacher is very nice and it.As.
Father Joseph Finlay and Father Frick, J.F. Dorko,W.M. Denton, M. ).rr." -,; Newsby she cares about you as a person, not for her personal life, Mrs.
John Beatty. During the Mass new Gilhooly, P. Faulkner, A.R. McRae, only as a student. She's the only Rutledge was born in Alachua,
Deanery officers were installed by and Misses C. Keen and L. Stump. Rudolph & Catherine Sapp teacher I know who comes to visit Florida, the daughter of the late Mr.
Father Walsh.Luncheon Election of officers for the 1986-87 Elisabeth Walker their students when their studentsare and Mrs. E. DeWitt Hague, and the
club year will take place at this Important Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Sapp I'bolll'lIli-\-litiH3! !\ (; in the hospital." sister of Mrs. Frank W. Palmer of
was held at theWoman's meeting; all members are Celebrate 25th Anniv. ANXOL'NCKMENTFlorida :; One administrator said, "the Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Rutledge has a
Club. The guest speakerwas to attend. General Baptist Convention students enrolled in her classes are daughter, Mrs. Leonard Astraskus
Mrs. Chester Kasinski who gavean particularly Winners of urged the silver door prizes at Rudolph and Catherine Sapp were Dr. Henry J. Lyons, President, constantly reminded of the Inter- (Melissa), who lives in Charleston,
address on self-defense. Mrs. the recent and Collectible honored with a 25th Wedding An- presents Mr. "T" of A-Team, Rev. relationship between the various S.C. and a son, Steven DeWitt
Kasinski worked as a policewomanin Antique niversary reception on Mar. 9 at the Jesse Jackson, Rev. James "
Harvin elements of the curriculum. Dee, Rutledge, of Tallahassee. Her ties to
Show and Sale
Milwaukee, Wis., for 32 vears. Hts. were Betty Julie Eldon Sapp residence in Starke. Cleveland, Gloria Tu Tu, Dr. E.V. as she's better known, is generous Kingsley Lake and Starke go back
Keystone ,compote
; dish Approximately 50 guests called Hill, and Dr. E.H. Jones for with her time and wise counsel when many, many year when she visited
Orange Springs, apple
man ; between the hours of 2:30 and 5 p.m. "CHRIST ALIVE 85-86". This is a sought by her students communityand her relatives.
Natalie Steinmetz, Keystone at the reception given daughter Florida for
by celebration to reach To all of those with whom
Capt. Gary Bement Heights, stuffing spoon; Sally Rhonda Sapp and Helen Sapp. Jesus Christ and will be April 11, 6 she has peers.served throughout her pro-
Schmidt, Keystone Heights, bread The cake table was decorated witha Donna Mowry
Receives Decoration fession, she is held with the highest
Sellers Starke ladle
tray; Clay ; lace cloth and featured a 3-tier p.m.For further information contact Shower
esteem. She has given unselfishly to HonoreeOn
Capt. Gary R. Bement, son of Eric Hague, Lake Geneva, candy cake with a waterfall and arrange Sister Carolyn Simmons, 964-4658 or professional demands and com-
Thorold H. and Bea M. Bement of dish; and the grand prize of eignt ment of carnations. The punch table Rev. Herman: Johnson, Lawtey. munity service groups to exemplify Monday evening, Mar. 24, Miss
Starke, has been decorated with the wine goblets with tray was won by was also covered with a lace cloth Transportation for the Florida the highest standards of her profes Donna Mowry, bride elect of Marc
Air Force Commendation Medal at Chuck Walker of Starke. and held a fountain punch bowl with General Baptist Convention activity Pridgen, was honored with a bridal
Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. The door prize of $100 was awarded carnations on the candelabra. on Friday, Apr. 11 will be provided. sion.Mrs.. Wilkes, principal of Lakeside shower given at the home of Mrs.
The Air Force Commendation to Carolyn Keen on Sunday. Don- Bethel Paul Meng near Hampton Lake.
The bus will leave New Baptist Middle School, presented Mrs.
Medal 'is' 'awarded 'to' those "individuals na Langley won the "Gator Goose". Sgt. Freeman White Church at 6 a.m. The admission Rutledge with a "Golden Apple" Miss Mowry, her mother, Mrs.
who demonstrate'outstanf, The Woman's Club wishes to con- Stationed in W. Germany/ 'Tor this'transport'' service is only $10 engraved with LMS Teacher of the Richard Mowry, and the groom-
ding achievement or meritorious gratulate each of the winners. round trip. Passes for admission in Year 198586. On Sunday, February elect's mother, Mrs. Bill Pridgen,
service in the performance of their Army Sgt. Freeman White, Jr., the Citrus Bowl are on sale for $5 16, a reception! was held in her honorat were presented with pink silk carnation
duties on behalf of the Air Force. King-Rehberg To Wed son of Elsie L. While of Lake Butler, each. the home of Mrs. Sharon Chap- corsages.
Bement is a chaplain with the 23rd Friday April 4 has arrived for duty with the 8th man, Dean of L.M.S. Game prizes were won by Mrs.
Air Defense Squadron. His wife, Cavalry in West Germany. Mowry-Pridgen "Mrs. Rutledge truly is represen- Mabel NesSmith and Mrs. Jewel
Sylvia, is the daughter of Lt. Cmdr. The wedding of Lorrie King and White is a squad leader. ToldMr. tative of the highest traditions and Young.
Harvey and Jean Jewell of Virginia William Rehberg will be an event of Engagement standards of the teaching profes The refreshment table covered
Beach, Va. this Friday, April 4, at 7 p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken have as and Mrs. Richard Mowry of sion", said Mrs. Wilkes. with a white linen cloth was centered
The Captain received a Master's Madison St. Baptist Church in guests Mrs. Vernon I'opp of Hampton announce the approaching The administrative staff of with an arrangement of azaleas.The
Degree in 1978 from New Orleans Starke.All Wahpeton, N.D. and Mr. and Mrs. marriage of their daughter Donna Lakeside Middle School decorated cake was at one end of the
Baptist Theological Seminary. friends and relatives are In- Wallie Evenson of New Effington, Elaine, to Marc Patrick Pridgen, unhesitatingly submits Mrs. table and punch was served from the
vited to attend. S.D.. for four weeks. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pridgen of Damaris Rutledge as our unanimous opposite end. Mints and nuts were
,.. .. .. . .. Melrose. well deserved honor of served from crystal compotes.The .
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: [< : :;; : ,.. [ Friendship Bible Church in This submission is not based merelyon Leslie Pridgen. Hostesses for the
-r i;1i : ; Keystone Heights on April 19 at 4 subjective feelings but on recorded event were Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs.
,. J. f. accomplishments of a woman Harold Waters and Mrs. Francis
: ; ; I p.m.All friends and relatives are in- whose service to children and her Meng.
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I Hampton Hi lit e 5 -_- "1 b oc?::1e4:1815g t... Mr.Celebrate& Mrs.50th Willie Anniv.Green

Saturday, Apr. 5

!New Arrival and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Combs, GRADE 5-Audrey Ford, Most Improved Mr and Mrs. Willie E. Green will
David and Sharon Stone of Hampton Amber and Brett of Brooker. GRADE 6-Mark Crawford, t celebrate their 50th wedding an-
announce the arrival of their Volunteer Fire BenefitOn Outstanding Student. GRADE +
S from 2 to
Saturday April
baby daughter, Amanda Michelle. Sat, April 5, a fish fry and jam 7--Macey Rhoden, Most Improved. niversary Church.
5 at the Grace Baptist
She born March 25 at Shands p m.
was session will be held at the city park. Steve Acree's ClassCynthiaCasner is by
being given
The reception
Hospital in Gainesville, weighing 6 Arts and crafts will also be Hard Worker. rJ. IrV Sharon Sweat
their children Mrs. ,
Ibs 2 02, and measuring 20' long. available. Dinners will be sold at $3 Donna Tew's Special Ed-Kelly Lee Fritch, and Edward N.
Mrs Martha ,
She joins her two year old brother, for adults and$2 for children beginning Super Worker. q a J

David Alan.Paternal at 4 p.m. Music will be enjoyed P.E.--Sonya Hodges (3rd grade), Green.All friends and relatives are Invited -
t grandparents are Bill throughout the evening. Outstanding Girl Leader 7 ,
and Betty Stone of Hampton. Maternal New Home P.E.-Joey Hall ((6th grade), i Ir ro* to attend.

I grandmother is Sharon Bill and Betty Stone recently mov, Outstanding Boy Leader. V / Robert and Gladys
I Yeumans of Lake Butler. ed into their new home. Their son Violinists EntertainOn

/1i Visitors and family, David and Sharon Stone, Wednesday, Mar. 26, Mrs Green To Be HonoredOn

_..., | Glen Mattheus of Folkston, Ga., David Alan and Amanda Michelleare Bagwell's second graders were 40th AnniversaryThe
I,isa Dogger accompanied his mother, Mrs. now living in their former home. entertained with violin music.Karen
I'atiUkSimlhnl.iiulDuggerSoufherond Louise Mattheus, to Tampa last Tours with Celebrities Gilbert of Durham, N.C., and Amber tgip children, grandchildren and
week where they visited relatives Jerry Wadsworth, Jr., who chauffeurs Combs of Brooker, both third great grandchildren of Robert.' and
/ from Wednesday to Friday. country and western musicians graders, studied Suzuki violin for Gladys Green are honoring .
Among those enjoying Easter Din- recently returned to his homein three years in GainesviUe. They t celebration of their 40th wed \

ner with Mrs. Louise Mattheus were Kissimmee. Among those he were both on spring break and en- niversary.
Wedding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Langford, Mr recently toured with in South joyed playing for the second grade. ---.o- They would like all friends and

Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Dagger ol and Mrs Ricky Langford, Todd and Florida were Ann Murray and the Karen has two cousins in this class: Belinda Dawn Joiner relatives to join them at a receptionnext

Starke announce (the engagementand Mandy of Fernandma Beach, and Pointer Sisters. Angela Meng and April Scoggins. Timothy Wayne Harper Sunday, April 13 from 3-5 first
approaching marriage 01 l their Mr. and Mrs Bob Langford and Jody Wadsworth of Kissimmee is Child Abuse ProgramLast in the Fellowship Hall of the

laughter Lisa Diane to Patrick K children, who live nearby. spending this week with his parents, week Mrs. Betty Young from United Methodist Church of Starke.
Southc-rUnd son ol Kern HI and Mrs Beverly Wanner and son Jef-- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth on the Child Abuse Protection Team Joiner-Harper Engage- Their children invite you to come

Wordna Prevail ol Uiwtey. frey, spent the weekend visiting her Hampton Lake.Hampton visited the classes at school. She ment Wedding AnnouncedMrs. and share a special afternoon. Your
The wedding will Lu> this Saturday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng Elementary gave valuable information to the joyous be your presence at this

Apr. 5 at 6 p.m. lit Now River and other relatives. On Saturday, Terrific Kid of the Month children on protecting themselvesfrom Janice Joiner and the late occasion, says daughter
Methodist Church in K.nloid they all enjoyed a picnic at Goldhead Certificates were presented to harm. Billy Joiner of Starke announce the Marian Green Douglas.

The bride-elect is a graduate ol Brunch State Park in celebration of those named Terrific Kids for the Spring Break engagement and approaching marriage Sam Griffis Family
Bradford High School and is SallyeScoggms birthday. On Sunday Month of March by their teachers. Next week, April 7-11, no school of their daughter, Belinda
employed by Florida Stale I'nson they gathered with other relativesfor These certificates are complimentsof will be in session. Tickets for the Dawn to Timothy Wayne Harper, Reunion June 15

The groom-clwl graduated from Easter: dinner at their parent's McDonald's and entitles recipients Bradford County Fair are on sale son of Mrs. Olivia Harper of Starke The Sam and Lula Griffis family
home. to a free cheeseburger french this week at the school at reduced and of Brooker.
Bradford High and is employed bUnion l \ a Wayne Harper reunion will be held June 15 at the
The Francis Meng family held a fries and drink. these rate. of
COI'I''l'luumllnst itut iOIl. Receiving The wedding will be an event Community Center in Raiford.
covered dish Easter dinner at their awards presented by Jeannine Kish, --es June 28, in the Bayless Highway The reunion is planned to begin at
home Sunday. Among those present Guidance Counselor
-- were: Baptist Church.
8:30 with lunch scheduled at 1
were Madonna Gilbert and KINDERGARTEN: Randy Brooks, Mrs. Lou Struth had as weekend Dawn is a graduate of Bradford
Mr and Mrs. Donald DeWitt and .m. Interested are asked to
daughters Karen and Anna of Most GRADE 1-Shaun guests her family, Mr. and Mrs. Rod p persons
children of New Port Richey and Improved. High School and is attending Santa bring a covered dish and their own
Durham N.C. Preston Gilbert and Muse Good Worker Struth of Plant City Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Alescia Odom of UF spent the during CTBS Fe Community College. table setting.
Hagan Gilbert of Gainesville Week GRADE 2-Edward Becker Bobby Case and family of Lake City
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. GS Timothy attended Bradford High If have old pictures of
of Gainesville 3NicksNutter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gullic of you any
Brown. Dorothy Haythorne Most Improved. GRADE School and is presently employed in the
anyone family, please bring
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
Outstanding GRADE Doug part-time at Goodman s Gulf and them and share with the For
Jason. ____..Pons.. Outstanding Conduct. Johns and children of__ Starke... U-Haul Station. information family
more please call Sue
All friends and relatives are in- 9647084.

I Public NoticesNOTICE vited to attend. Willingham Adrienne, Barry Earns

Pursuant to Section 865 09, Florida Statutes, notice It hereby given that the CASE NO.: 86-21-CP1-3716)) NO. 86-23-CP Sunday, April 6, everyone is in- Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry of Starke,
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the< unden/gned Lorraine Champion and IN RE: The Estate of IN REi ESTATE OF vited to attend the Sunday morning has recently been granted certifica-

undersigned.. DSL Champion Enter Don Champion Sr., joint owners, doing MARY JANE JONES.Deceos.d. CLYDE CONE, service at Victory Baptist Chapel in tion as an Athletic Trainer by the
pri. Inc., sole owner, doing business business under the firm name of Champion Deceoied. beginning at 10 am and Board of Certification of the Na-
under the firm name of Champion Travel Travel Agency 838 N. T.mpleAv.., NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe NOTICE OF worship service beginning at 11 a.m. tional Athletic Trainers' Assn, Inc.
Agency 838 N. Temple Ave, Starke, Starke Florida, Intends to register sold administration of the Estate of ADMINISTRATIONTO After the services, there will be a To earn this certification,
Florida, intends to regis'er laid fictitious MARY JANE JONES, Deceased File No. ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
fictitious, name under the aforesaid : homecoming dinner and sing-fest. Adrienne completed a rigorous cur-
name" under the aforesaid sa'u'e statute 86.21-CP(1.3716)( ), is pending In the Cir. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Regular Sunday evening services riculum or internship program and
Dated this 27th day of March. A.D.,
1986. in Bradford Dated this 18th day of March, A.D.. cult Court for Bradford County Florida, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN will not be held that evening. demonstrated proficiency on the
Coun'y 1986, In Bradford County. Probate Division the address of which It THE ESTATE' NATA Certification Examination.
4'34'pd4 Bradford County Courthouse Starke, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
____ __ _._. _h ____u__ 3/204tpd 4/10 Florida 32091. administration of the estate of CLYDE Starke Cub Pack 673 Adrienna graduated from Birm-
The names and addresses of the personal CONE, deceased File Number Enjoys Afternoon OutingThe ingham Southern College in the Spring -
AUCTION NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE of 1982, receiving a B.S. degree.
representative and the personal 86-23 CP:, is pending In the Circuit Court
NOTICE Is hereby given' that on Mon FOR NONPAYMENT OF STORAGE UNIT representative's attorney are set forth of Bradford County, Florida. Probate Starke Elementary Cub Pack She then received a M.P.F. degreein
day, April 14, 1986. at 10:00: o'clock No'ice is hereby given pursuant to below. Division the address of which is Brad- 673 enjoyed an afternoon of the Fall of 1985 from University of

A.M. ,. the undersigned Gator Florida S'o'u'es 83.806 that on April 12, All interested persons are required to ford County Courthouse, Starke Florida horseback riding, hiking and a Florida. She is now employed by the
Freightways. Inc.. will sell at public auction 1986, 10 a.m.. a sale will be held at Bid. file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON. 32091. cookout at the home of William and University of Florida Athletic Assn.
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Joelsonvllle 4, Unit 94 and 104 Mini of America THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS The names and addresses of the Personal Connie Muse of Hampton Lake.aseeS. of Gainesville.

Fla. one lot of 7 mops consigned Storage, Hwy 100 Keystone Heights NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Representatives and the Personal -- -- r
to K-Mart, Lantana Fla.. to satisfy Flo 4737683. This sale involves forth 1
plione and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Representatives' attorney are set
freight and storage charges under the proper'y of tho following tenants and peson to whom notice was mailed that below mOld 'ijou Know Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore and
provisions of Section 4b) of Uniform wlia is believed to be stored challenges the validity of the will the All persons having claims or demands Chris Dehl of Salisbury, N.C., and
S'andard Bill, of LadIng. Mark. Howie, P. O. Box 1484, the WITHIN Mrs. Moore and of
qualifications of the personal representative against estate are required Mrs. Donna Kelly and daughters Greg son
Gator Freightwayi Inc, Carrier Keystone Heights Fla. 326S6 Household venue or jurisdiction of the THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Kingsley and Stella of Tampa are Jacksonville were weekend guests of
Pro 14 664371 d'd 1/30/86 furniture and tools.A Court. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to visiting her mother, Mrs. Jack Mrs. Lois Bennett.
4/3 2tchg 4/10 sale of the entire contents of unit ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT file with the Clerk of the above Court a
_.__ U'"U ___ ._____ will be made to the highest bidder. If no SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ,, .,written statement of any claim or demand Trawick this week. Mr.end Mrs. Roger Ivey of Bainbridge -
BRADFORD COUNTY FEDERAL bidder, the sale will be conducted pur Publication of this Notice has begunon they may have. Each claim must Ga., spent the weekend with'
REVENUE SHARING FINANCIAL suan* to renal agreement between to. March 27. 1986. be in writing and must Indicate the basis Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
REPORT AVAILABILITY TO PUBLIC iron and landlord Personal Representative: for the claim the name and address of spent last Thursday and Friday with Watts. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivey of
All interested persons are hereby 4/3 2tchg 4/10 Ralph Steven Varnum the creditor or his agent or attorney, and her mother, Mrs. Leila Mundy. Kingsley Lake joined the family
notified that actual expenditures and P.O. Box 244 the amount claimed, if the claim Is not Saturday night
revenue for the 1984.85 Budget Year Is Hampton FL 32044 yet due the date when It will become Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli
available for public inspection. AUCTION NOTICE Attorney for Personal Representative due shall be stated. If the claim Is con visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weaver of
The Budget summary arid documentation NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday P.O. Box 1056 tingent or unliquidated the nature of the Stefanelli in Gainesville on Sunday. Boynton Beach visited Mrs. Lou
necessary to support this, report are April 14, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock the claim
Starke, Florida 32091 uncertainty shall be stated. If Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters and Struth and Mrs. George Roberts,
available at the Bradford Cour- A.M., the Gator
Coun'y undersigned the shall be described.
Is secured security
Telephone (904)964-7262)
Sr. last
thouse In the Finance Department from 8 Freightrways, Inc., will sell at public 3/27 2tchg 4/2 The claimant shall deliver sufficient Chuck Peters of Atlanta spent the Thursday.
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday thru Friday. auction for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., copies of the claim to the Clerk to enable weekend with their parents, Mr.and
Gilbert, Brown Jacksonville,, one lot of desk consignedto the Clerk to mall one to each Personal Mrs. W.S. Peters at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and
Clerk Circuit Court Tumi Intern Miami Fla., to satisfy IN THE COURT EIGHTH' Representative.All daughter Michele of Lake City will
Esther B. Eller.onCoullty freight and storage charges under the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR interested In the estate to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thebus of be weekend guests of her parents,
Finance Director provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. whom a copy of this Notice of Ad. Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Jack Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.
Itchg 4/3 Standard Bill of Lading. CASE NO.: 86-20-CP(1-3715)( ) ministration has been mailed are required children of Mt.Camel,Ill.,Mrs.H.L. March 18 Duplicate Bridge Club
IN RE The Estate of
Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier : WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM Tolbert and Mrs. Ivan Niblack of
-- --------- -- ------- PAUL E. PAYNE, results were: first Louise and Jack
BRADFORD COUNTY ANNUAL Pro. 03.721985 dtd 2/27/86 Deceased THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF Lake City spent last week with Mr. Burnette; second Lucile Green and

FINANCIAL REPORT AND AUDIT 4/3 2tchg 4/10 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe THIS NOTICE to file any objections and Mrs. David Montgomery. Marjorie Thomson, and third Rhea
the validity
have that challenge
administration of the estate of they may Johnson and Lora Francis. There wasa
The Bradford Board of
County County NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO of the decedent's Will the qualifica Mrs. Davaris Hague Rutledge of
Commissioners the ovailabill PAUL E. PAYNE deceased Case No. tournament at Keystone Heights
ty to the public announce the 1984 85 Annual REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 86-20-CPl-371S( ), is pending In the Cir dons of the Personal Representatives or Kingsley Lake and nephew Frank Woman's Club on March 25 at 7:15
of the Court.
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida cult Court for Bradford County Florida, the venue or jurisdiction Palmer III of Jacksonville
and Audit for
public Inspection.Report Report Statutes notice is hereby given that the Probate Division the address of which is ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND OBJEC weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire and

These reports are available at the undersigned Robert A. Mathews, cole Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Astrauskas of Charleston, S.C. son Ryan of Toledo, Ohio spent the

Bradford County Courthouse in the owner doing business under the firm Florida 32091. The name and address of BARRED,of the first of this weekend with his mother, Mrs.
name of Mathews Realty, 441 West the personal representative and of the Date publication Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siddons and
Finance Department from 8.00 a.m. to of Administration Is March 27 Gladys Goldwire
5:00: p.m. on Monday through Friday. Madison St., Starke Florida, Intends to personal representative's attorney are Notice daughter of Port St. Lucie are
Gilbert. Brown register said fictitious name under the set forth below. 1986. Personal Representatives: visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G.D. Griffis visited
Clerk, Circuit Court aforesaid statute.Dated Allinter.sted persons ore required to J.D. Warren. and
CLYDE GREEN relatives at the home of Mr.
this 7th of March, A.D., .
day file with the Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Esther B. Ellerson
P.O. Box 25 Mrs. Paul Steaney in Mandarin on
1986, In Bradford County FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
County Finance Director 3134tpd43NOTICE Brooker. FL 32622 and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and Sunday.Mr .
Itchg 4/3 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: JOHN CECIL CONE daughter Katie of Tallahassee spent
_. ((1)) All claims against the estate and the weekend with his mother Mrs.
--- --- -- ------- OF INTENTIONTO Interested Route I. Box and Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mrs.
((2)) objection by an
any personto
Brooker FL 32622 J.H. McClane.Mr. .
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME whom notice was mailed that Clyde Sinclair returned Sunday
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida challenges the validity of the will the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONALREPRESENTATIVES from three weeks cruise to Sidney
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the qualifications of the personal representative : and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief Australia, the South Sea Islands and

Pursuant to Section 86S.09, Florida undersigned Barbara Jackson, sole venue or jurisdiction of the Court. HAL Y. MAINES visited their son-in-law and Auckland, New Zealand.
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the owner, doing business under the firm ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 30 E. Main St.-P.O. Box 182 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.W.
undersigned' Garden Restaurant, Inc., name of Midnight Video, 444-B West SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Lake Butler Florida 32054Telephon.:9044962701. Underill in Indiatlanta the past two Michael Frick and Andrea Todd of
ale owner doing business under the Madison St., Starke, Intends to register Publication of this Notice has begunon weeks and Mrs. Underill returned Orlando were weekend guests of Mr
firm name of Vlto's Pisa, 105 Edwards said fictitious name under the aforesaid March 27 1986. with them for a weeks visit. and Mrs. W.J. Frick. The Fricks

Road Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to statute Personal Representative: 3/212chg 4/3 Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of also have as guests this week Mr.
this 7th of March 1986
Dated day
fictitious under the CHARLOTTE A. PAYNE
register said name and Mrs. David E. Taylor of
Island weekend guestsof
aforesaid statute. A.D., in Bradford County. 1205 Summit Merritt were
3/13 3tpd 4/3 his mother Mrs. L.H. Gibson Oakland City. Ind.
Dated this 19th day of March. A.D., Findlay Ohio .
1986 in Bradford County. Attorney for personal representative:
3/204tchg 4/10 Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.,
FLORIDA EIGHTH 403 West Georgia Street STUFFED
AND Starke, Florida 32091Telephone
: ((904)964-7262)
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Civil DepartmentCase 3/27 2tchg 4/3

CASE NO. 85.133.CA No. 86.6CAIN
Husband Husband, STORAGE UNIT
and and Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
NANCY R. KRAMER, Wife. ALICE MARIE DANSON, Florida Statutes 83.806 that on April 5, Delicious crab meat and stuffing inside natural
Wife 1986 10:00: a.m., a sale will be held at
NOTICE OF ACTION, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Bid 1 Unit 5 Mini of America Storage crab shells, natural-cut french fries, fresh cole $3.69
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE NO PROPERTY : ALICE MARIE DANSON Starke. Fla phone 4737683. This sale Involves .
22 Gannett Road property of the following tenants slaw Southern-style hush puppies.
TO JAMES T. KRAMER Husband Oulncy Massachusetts 02169 and what Is believed to be stored: ,
Midland 4355 Whltmire Village Rd.Apt., Apt. 45 for Dissolution of Marriage has Janice Cohens STUFFED CRAB & STUFFED CRAB &

Midland, Tx. 79705 been filed against you, and you arc required 4202 Groya Court
fo serve a copy of your _"'.n Tampa FL33616A DINNER $3.99 FISH DINNER $3.39
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for defenses lo If If any. on the Plaintiff sale of the entire contents of unit SHRIMP
dissolution of marriage has been filed attorney whose name and address Is: will be made to the highest bidder. If no

against you and you are required to WM A. BESSENT, ESQUIRE bidder, the sale will be conducted pur.
serve a copy of your written defenses, if BESSENT MOODY .uant to rental agreement between tenant & WEDNESDAY MONDAY & TUESDAY
any to It on Eugene f. Shaw Plaintiff 403 West Georgia StreetP. and landlord. SUNDAY
attorney whose address Is 925-E North O Box 1056 3/27 2tchg 4/3 AllY ou-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner All Day Special

Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 Storke, Florida 32091 fish 2-Plece Fish Dinner
on or before April 22, 1986 and file the (904)964-7262 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Specially breaded,
original with the clerk of this court and file the original' with the clerk/ of he REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME fillets, natural-cut french fries, fresh coleslaw Dinner includes: 2 golden,rown fish

either before service on plaintiff attorney above-slyfed court on or before Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Southern-style hush puppies and fillets, natural-cut french fries,fresh cole 1 QQ

a or default immediately will be thereafter entered against; otherwise a WEDNESDAY Judgment may, 30 be APRIL entered 1986;against otherwise you Statutes undersigned, notice Eloulse is hereby Hill,given sole that owner the, tartar sauce. Offer Good For Dining $3.left a7 slaw, 2 Southern-style hush puppies. $J JL. 7%7

you for the relief demanded In the com. for the relief demanded In the Ptllilon. doing business under the firm name of Room Service Only.
plaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and 'the seal of said 301 Liquors., 2309 N. Temple Ave,

Dated on this 3rd day of February, Court on 17 March A.D., 1986GILBERTS. Stork., FL, Intends to register said fictitious DA
1986. BROWNAs name under the aforesaidstatute Captain !
GILBERT S. BROWNA. Clerk/ of Said Court 6

.Clerk of the Court By Becky Porrlsh Clerk' Dated this 27th day of March 1986. In great little seafood
A. Deputy
By Deputy Brqdford County
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Strawberry Queen Pageant Saturday, Sgt. Nathan Rund

Apr. 5 At Bradford High SchoolThe Promoted In USAF

Nathan S. Rund, son of retired Air I
The thirteen young ladies who will Force Senior Master Sgt. Elmar L
Strawberry Queen Pageant be for and Marie R. Rund of Keystone I
> competing the 1986
will be(this Saturday night,April at
Strawberry Queen Crown are: r Heights, has been promoted in the I
4't bt : 7:00 School: p.m.Auditorium.in the Advance Bradford tickets High Miss Kellie Baldwin, 17, sponsored U.S. Air Force to the rank of staff

-' are$3.50 for adults and $2.50 for ages by Sawyer Gas & Appliances sergeant.
? of Stasrke, Inc. Rund is a fire protection specialistin
3-12.) Tickets be purchased atChastain's
may Miss Alicia Italy with the 487th Civil
Mitchell'sDrug Bright, 16, sponsored
Jewelry or
by Register Oil & Gas. Engineering Squadron. His wife.
Store on Call Street or at Brad- Miss Lisa, is the daughter of Dr. David C.
Shilynn Chaff, 16, sponsored
ford Snuare Williams Jewelry.
by Handyman Fence Company. and Mary Zimmerman of Oxford,

\\r'i ? Miss Lollie Cole, 16, sponsored by Ohio.
Kenwin. rr Rund is a 1979 graduate of

Miss Jacqueline Davis, 16, sponsored Keystone His. Junior-Senior High
by Florida National Bank of School.

Amanda Michelle Stone S4Wke ,
David Alan and Sharon Stone of Miss Venus Doughman, spon- James Mitzel NamedTo

r, I r I w411 r Hampton announce the birth of a sored by Mitchell's Drugs. Notary MembershipJames
aq laughter Amanda Michelle, born Miss Terri Fender, 17, sponsoredby
March 25 In Gainesville. She joinsone Williams Jewelry. P. Mitzel of Santa Fe Lake,
brother, David Alan Stone, Jr. Miss Denise Griffis, 20, sponsored has been appointed to serve on the
Maternal grandparents are by Dr. Len Schlofman. Airman Darla Roberts membership committee of the
Sharon 1'otnum of Keystone. Great Miss Polly Griffis, 17, sponsoredby American Society of Notaries
Airman Darla Roberts American of Notaries
K grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Car Koch's Drug Store. The Society
roll Jalhert of l Hollywood. Miss Terri Jakab, 17, sponsoredby Completes Basic is a national nonprofit organizationthat
Sherrl Ilarrcll and Charles Coburn Paternal grandparents are Mr. Terwillegar Motors. was formed in 1965 to improve
and Mrs 1>. B. Stone of Hampton. Miss Monica Maslowski, 17, sponsored Airman Darla S. Roberts, notarial practices and to uphold high
by Glenda's Shear Design. daughter of Donald W. and Dorothy standard for notaries. The member-
I Sherri Harrell and Chuck Coburn Are Sabrina IumSixonMr. Miss Donna Parado, 17, spon- F. Roberts of Starke, has graduatedfrom ship committee will recommend

and Mrs Eddie Saxon an- sored by C.J.'s Cuttin' Loose. Air Force basic training at policy relating to the building and

Leadership Award Recipients nounce the birth of a daughter, Miss Cindy Rodgers, 17, sponsored Lackland Air Force Base. Texas. maintenance of membership in the

Sabrina Lynn, born Mar. 26, by Lake Chevrolet. Societv
weighing 8 Ibs. 6 o/. During the six weeks of training,
Sherri C. Harrell and Charles M. Both Sherri and Chuck have Pvt. Roger Ward the airman studied the Air Force
(Chuck) Coburn have been awardedthe received scholarships to attend the Maternal grandparents are Mr.
national "I Dare You" Leadership two-week National Leadership Conference and Mrs. Thomas Barnes of Lawtey. Completes Basic TrainingArmy and mission received, organization special and training customs in
Award in recognition of excellence of the American Youth Paternal grandparents are Mr. andMrs.
National Guard human relations.
in character and well- Foundation to be held the last two Edward Saxon of Hampton.
W. Ward, son of Ralph J.
balanced weeks in The conference emphasizes Great grandparents are MyrtleBarnes
personal development as July.
well as leadership potential at Brad- personal growth and of Starke, Mamie Green of Ward of Ellerbe, N.C., and Betty J.Gli.sson Airman Roberts is a 1983 graduateof Surveys show 90 percentof
ford High School. leadership Luwtoy and Mr. and Mrs A.G, Pope of Starke, has completed Bradford High School. the tires on the road are
The honor was presented by Dr. Al ot Kau: Gallic, basic training at Ft. Jackson, S.C. underinflated.

Rother, principal, at March 25 NM 51
ceremonies held at BHS. I
The "I Dare You" award is made
available each year by a special SpVvl
committee of the American Youth
Foundation in cooperation with high
schools across the country. The KYVALUf] u
award program has been in exIstence sAVE
since 1941, and recognizes
thousands of outstanding young pea 3 0I _

ple representing every state.In r rrla
addition to the national recognition -

the award provides recipientswith ......-
a copy of William Danforth'swell A h& -- .
known book I Dare You and a tJlf ? ... .. .......,,,,- oIe
personalized certificate. Mr. Dan- JDIi""! "" \LAI \ n

forth, founder of Ralston Purina
Company in St. Louis, was one of the 'I IspvE
founders of the American Youth
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I S.S. Elementary.. News

Congratulations to the following rilic Kid of the Month, Brad Barber,
students for making the A-B honor Happy March birthdays to Ed- e
roll for the fourth 6 weeks: ward McCutchen and Richard
MUST GKADK: Clara Williams, Baugcss.
Justin Hill, Kevin Green, Kim

Haves, Sheila Hampton, Jessica Mrs. Neighbor: ;,
Williamson, Tara Casey, Christy
Wooley, Justin Weathers, Holly Mrs. Neighbor's class has a UNF t
Padgett, Kara Andrews, Wade Hug- intern, Miss Nancy Payne. Miss 1l y f i ; ",
gins, Chad Mallory, Alan Thigpen, Payne began in January and will et r i 4r t _
Clint Graudons, Andy Redding, complete her internship in April. P ,
Kelley Sellers, Jarrod Mrs. Neighbor's A honor roll + i" ,
ti 1w
fany Donley, Jesse DerseYkTif- students for the fourth 6-weeks are I I
Trimble, Jeremiah Boswell, Roselle Smith and Scott Thrift Scott Ity.
Mathew Frampton, Benjamine won the "Kid of the Month" award s 4
Kelby, Felecia Brown.SKfOMMJUADK for the best all around student in this + I" le"y

: Monica Busby, class.
Chasity Evans, Andy Morgan, Jen- Mrs. l Hobbs:
nifer Swanson, Terry Paul, Andrae 4
Our second grade class has been n
Hampton, Haron Tomlinson, Brandy busy learning about being patriotic. 'S b >
Olive, Gregory Page, Ernest Grider, We've studied important people inAmerica's
Tabitha Cantrell, Chris Crawford,
history and we are proudof
Brad Bishop, Jonathon Elder, Lisa our Country and our freedom.For \ tc +sFr
Gillenwaters, Erin Hall, Kellie Han- second grade's reward day we r
nah, Marcus Moll, Estefanie Forma -
enjoyed outside free time, the movie
telo, Sam Telken, Jennifer Cana- "Robin Hood" and treats. Congratulations -
day, Nicole Giddens,Steven Haynes to all who worked hard
Jason Libby, Marcus Moore, Noel during the week to earn this special i r'D
Norton, Sean Phillips, Jerl Thompson. time.

Hats olf to Jennifer Cana,lay for
TIIIIU GRADE: Tanya Anderson being chosen "Terrific Kid of (hoMonth"
Cory Goetzman, Christy Congratulations are also in
Crawford, Chris Cummings, Daryn order for Troy LaMonte and Jasen m
Gay Steve Lewis, Tama Mattox, Wilkinson for making all A's this six
April Mosley, Monica Nichols, weeks. '
Amanda Ramanio, Lamar Wynn,
Erin Rodgers, Caniel Spencer, Ms. Keddish : Southside Straight A Students...

Michelle Cumming, Missy Brown, Timothy Armentrout was our A Those Ihll'd.) fourth and fifth graders at Sonthsidr Elementary made '
Christy Jones Traci Thomas honor roll student. We would like From left to right in the roar: Jonathan Ferguson, Jeff Johns, Holly
to straight A's olllhl'lI' report cards! for the fourth six-work grading period.
Daniel Amanda Adamson also Salvatorefor From' left llalcher, Brittany Hula, Bethany Lee, Amy Itankin, Ethan Fuijtia.v, I
Kelly, congratulate Bryan to
right on the front row: Shannon Safer. Julie Loper', Kim KI'\In Hall, Jason t'anovu and Jim .
KeShawn Early, Tricia Gillis, "Kid of the Month". We are very Douglas Lindsay Walkup. Betty GUeason, Josh lirrurr. Timothy Armen- Aulry.Julie
Angela Nettles, Molly O'Neal, Kent proud of Bryankeep up the good t-out, unit Danny Krainpton. POllei'ralIbM'lIt! \\1U'lIthe picture was taken.
Packham, Melissa Randolph, Joe work.
Sanford, Dana Warren, Harry Hat- This week we're studying different
cher. Bryan Salvatore, April Ruis, animal classes. I would like to thank
Chad Farnsworth. the following students for bringing in
FOURTH GRADE : Leslie material for science: Daryl
Folsom, Jason Greene, Jesse Hamilton (turtle), Dennis Jackson
Kersey, Kevin Muller, Lee Ann (turtle), Jason Bryant (snake skin,
Raulerson, Shelly Dampier, Michael fish), Bryan Salvatore (tadpoles)
Rodriquez, Liz Lane, Mary Dunne, and Robert Adkins (turtle shell),
Stacy Johnson, Amy Triest, Joel A spellers for the week are Daryn
Unice, Dena Griffis, April Johnson, Gay, Lamar Wynn, Corinthians
Jonathon Mallory, Laura Toth, Hankerson, Crystal Parr, Erin
Casey Trimble, Matt Waters, Jason Rogers, Amanda Ramanio and
Garver, Daryn Wimpy. Casey Roberts.Mrs. .
FIFTH CKADK: Athena Baker,
John Ripplinger, Larry Shannon, :
Jennifer Glisson, Janna Thornton, Our third grade class has been studying :
Melanie Trimble, Emily Bradford, a science unit on earth's living
Shena Burgess, Arnie Griffis, Byron things. The students are learning to
Lee, Erica Pfenniger, Crystal Sut- classify animals and plants. Steve
ton, Jason Welly. Lewis brought in a live turtle and a
crayfish to be classified. Lamar
ProgramsWe Wynn brought in radish and bean
have several exciting pro- seeds that are being grown under
grams beginning at Southside.Beginning different conditions in our
in February, through the classroom.
cooperation of Soulhside teachers Congratulations to Daniel Kelly
and the guidance department, and Jammie Thompson for passingall
Southside began the "Kid of the multiplication facts through 10 j
Month" award. These awards are and to Chris Cummings for passingall it
given out to children who have facts through 9.Congratulations. 4W .I 1 ,
shown improvement in behavior or to Lindsey I vw d ,
academics, or have shown consis- Walkup and Betty Glisson for mak- 1)F
tent good achievements and attitudes ing all A's this 6 weeks
throughout the month. One
Mrs Prevatt
child from each homeroom in the
first through fifth grades will be We are very proud of our third
selected. There were also awards grade students who earned excellent

;, given out ..foeE, and our hard grades this six weeks.. Joshua.
workers in our Special Education Brewer and Julie Ponder earned
classes. The winners receive a cer- straight A's. Joshua was also chosen : t tLawley
tificate that they can cash in at "Terrific Kid of the Month". Con- i

McDonald's for a cheeseburger, gratulations, Josh! 'T
french fries, and a soft drink at the Mrs. Stroud:

Starke location. Congratulations to Kevin Hall and Ethan Juquay
our February Soulhside Kids of the made the all A honor roll.
In Social Studies we studied
Another new program is the
government our own -- ,,'
school-wide reward system. The country of Gooberville. We then
children are motivated toward and voted for President, two Senators, Smarties...

rewarded academics.for good behavior and and three Representatives.. We also Those students at Lawtey Elementary: School 11.111tll'lIight A's on In the !tI'ctllllll'O1'011I 1\'Illol'lgh! : Dwa.tnc Uilkerson, I or! Kilgitrc;( ,
good We are trying to held court using students as jurors, their report cards; for the third hl-\\l't'k grading:: period. .Mikel (laskms, hays I'adgl''', (.1 eg Durban'ark Smith ;Matthew (;ri'-
reinforce and
encourage positive judges, witnesses, lawyers and a fis, (rcgnr> Baker and 11middle IIi iii'.
aspects of learning. Those children criminal. We found the workings of a From left to right on the front row : Cleveland'' Queen, Michelle In the third 1'01'011I left lo right: Deniso Hankerson and StephanieCox.
who meet their grade's set criteriaare government to be most interesting. Kmikel. Bonnie fowie, Jaime Ilinman, Erika King; Brooke" (iaskins, .
rewarded biweekly with set ac Mrs. Schmidt MM! Gulden, Kli/abelh S"llt'r.oionil IllomareSamanllia ('0\\art, On: (the foiliIb 1'11'I'UIII 1\1110 right: Bridget Holder. Ih'ands Koss and
tivities. Some of the fun activities : Henry HOt! and !Mitch rimes ;Maria Scull.
that have been planned are: movie We have just completed our nutri-
days, bowling trips, picnic and play tion unit. We would like to thank
days, etc. Mrs. Morgan for coming to help us
The students are really being with the 4 food groups and menu
challenged to meet the requirementsand planning. We also appreciate Mrs.
will hopefully learn better study Stalnaker's help with our tasting ac-
habits and become more disciplinedin tivity. Our new safety patrol is
their school work. Adrian Alexander. '
i )gs 1' i
Mrs. Taylor and Mrs Mrs. Harrell: PA

Torode: Our class just finished a unit on

Our class has been getting all excited nutrition and the digestion system.
about Easter. We made Easter We are now learning about the ( nr.
egg baskets out of gallon milk jugs. Seminole Indians in Florida. A trip y
We had an Easter egg hunt March to the St. Augustlpe Museum of Ear-
27. ly History and the'oldFort, Castillo
Jacob Ferguson has shared his de San Marcos National Monumentin

new telescope he received for April will be a culminating activi- .('"
Christmas with our class. We hope to
ty.Mrs. -- ''
soon be able to see the moon duringthe Clark: '' 't"
day with Jacob's telescope 1 -
We are studying conservation and _
The Kid of the Month was awardedto
We I_
ecology. are seeing many
Freddie Rhoden and
Lee Gillis. this subject.
These two students received their
February birthdays:
award for their hard work and e.
pro- Sanford 3--Shonda
; Easley;
in first grade.
gress 19-Charles McKinney; 21-Thomas
We're especially proud of the Odom, and March 6-Ray Neesmith.A .
following students for making the .
honor roll students are Danny w
All-A honor roll. Each of the Frampton, Brittany Bula, and 1-- 4jsP
students received a certificate of Bethan Lee. In physical fitness Brit- ..
award signed by their teachers and tany Bula is second overall. Kid of 1"t .
the principal: Christina Thornton, the month is Shantel Ritch t I II
Nicholas Smith Donald Davis and
Fair News: Wanda Crews, Mary
Lee Gillis. Dunne and Shona Sanford are enter- { ernr

Mrs. McKinney: ing a story in the fair Brittany Bulais R
Congratulations to fourth 6weeksA entering a deer made of wood and
honor roll students Karlyn Bailey, Amy Triest is entering a rabbit in
Elaine Murray and Kim DeSue. Our the fair.

terrific Kid of the Month was Karlyn Mrs. Wood:

Bailey. Our class has been studying our tC r ,.a r 1
Our class is so excited about doing solar system. When we ended our
Learning Centers. The favorite lear- chapter we all made our own solar
ning game this week was Digraph system. We showed them in the .
Dragstrip. We are also busy learn- library for a week. Many of us planto
ing about the five senses in our enter them in the Bradford County
Health Unit Fair.
A spellers this week were: Karlyn AB honor roll students are Athene .o'J

Bailey, Kim DeSue, Wade Huggins, Baker, Larry
Elaine Murray, Beau Pearson, Shannon and Heater Safer. Our Kid
DeWitt Revels, Alan Thigpen, Corey of the Month for February was J
Thompson, Charlene Wright, Becky Addison for outstanding
Jeremy Batten, Chris Sapp, Erica academic progress and being a good
Chastain, and Tony Williams. friend to her classmates. New safety !
Mrs. Hamilton: patrols are Theresa Green and Matt
Williams. Kim Gross and James
In Mrs. Hamilton's room the
Smith school at the
represented our
following students made AB honor i
county spelling bee. !
rollGreg Page, Terry Paul, Bran-
dy Olive, and Ernest Grider. I wish
they would keep on doing that. Mrs. Brewer and Mrs. ".;" is for Excellent... ".

Tiffany Garmon won the Kid of the Canova: These kindergarten students at Law ley Elementary made straight'E's !oi"I'olllll'O\\ Michael JiiclmiewlcLiikoulii l'I.ll'k. C'hris l'u.t'1'c- l
because she
Month award, and behavior.improvedon The kindergarten students made a for excellent work for the fourth si.week grading period. lisba 11'I.ninll.| I )nn Sheri. Esther: Masse), \'h'lorl.1'1'11'1' und Trisha '1
money and a fractions mobile. After "'romll"lt to right on the front row: Stacy Mood, Shauneriu McQueen, MiHiie.Standing; J
Mrs. Tougaw: working on telling time, each student Veronica Smith.. Hrandyn Padgett and Leigh Ann Griffin, : llollie Tex and liana Williams. 'i
Congratulations to February Ter- made a clock to take home. ;


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Attendance .


STAR Controversy Raised:

By KHES Spare


Bradford School Board Member be reviewed each year and, as the
Rodney Hall and Clay School elementary school enrollment at
Superintendent Anne Wiggins were Keystone Increased it might be
k to meet Wednesday morning to necessary for Bradford students to
discuss the possible discontinuancenext return to their own schools.
fall of allowing Bradford Keystone District School Board
.-- students who live outside of a 2-mile Member Jack Eckdahl said he had

.. .. -. radius of Keystone Elementary hoped the students currently attending -
from attending that school. Keystone Elementary would be
THE Hall says the two school boards "grandfathered in" but also pointedout
/ y'ix 3.4" Call for FREE Delivery Bankers BoxTwoWay should meet together on the issue that""we first have to serve Clay
before the Clay school board beginsto County.
i \ OFFICEr\ R-Kive make unilateral decisions about And, space is running out at
the common county lines. Hall Keystone Elementary, Eckdahl
SHOP Storage File points out that Clay and Bradford pointed out. "We've got room for two
students cross county lines to attend more portables," Eckdahl said, ad-
now.Caiist. Credit Terms Heavy duty file holds letter or legal size schools closer to them in the adjoin ding that KHES is the smallest
i Available. records. Stacks easily or becomes toteM ing county. Presumably Hall Intended school in the county, covering only
9645764Starke. box with handle on each end. Walnut to request a joint meeting of five acres.
3> Fla. wood the two school boards when he talk Projected growth rate figures
with lift-off lid.
gram ed Wednesday with Mrs. show KHES to be the second fastest
s 1 Reg. $3 30 ea 259 Wiggins. growing elementary in Clay County.It .
w 15"Lx12"Wx10"H DE572S NOW At the March 13 Clay school board is growing at a rate of 8-12 percent

meeting, Supt. Wiggins recommended each year, this year topping its pro-
that Bradford students in gradesK6 jected 694 enrollment by 15. .
[AJ Hon who reside outside the 2-mile According to records, of the 709
o radius of KHES, enroll in Bradford students enrolled in Keystone
ChairA Z o t County schools next year. This action Elementary 70 live in Bradford
Ergonomic would not involve the Keystone County and of that number, 32

quality, ergonomic chair with seat and Junior-Senior High School, grades students come from the zone added
712. two years ago. These are the
backrest for
designed all-day comfort. situated in the students who, if still in elementary
Keystone Heights,
Finger tip pneumatic control adjusts seat
during the 1987-88 school year,wouldbe
southern end of Clay
height from 18-3/8" to 21-3/4' Seat n ,
depth LJ t borders on Bradford and Putnam required to return to Bradford
and back height adjust 2" Backrest pivots Counties. Exact location of the County schools.
17 degrees 5-prong dual wheel caster steel crooked Bradford and Clay boun Eckdahl projects that Keystonewill
base for stability. 24 Ibs Reg $136.00 daries between Keystone and have to have a new elementary
Melrose make a cutoff line betweenthe school somewhere down the road,
Gray DE45820NN17 9899 two counties in this area difficultto possibly in 4-5 years. And also surmises -
Brown DE4
5820 NN24
determine. the school would have to be
NOW % '
Sand DE4-5820-NN74 xl ta
Students also cross county lines at built somewhere north of the city

I[P.I] Arm set made of molded polypropylene. 4 Ibs Kingsley Lake and Clay Hill to attend the limits southern since there end.is where to go in
schools closer to them.
Kingsley Lake students attend Brad-
Reg $25 00 st 1899Black ford schools. Bradford students at Bradford school board members
DEI-5891 NOW Clay Hill attend Clay schools. point out the same problem at KHES
For many years the Clay and came up two years ago, and the Clay
Bradford school boards have board then, looking at the entire picture -
[] Tenex routinely exchanged contracts an- including Kingsley Lake and
nually allowing the students to cross Clay Hill, agreed to allow Bradford
Ramped Edge Mat county lines at Kingsley Lake and students to continue to attend Clay
Keystone Heights. By state law, a schools. Board member Hall years
Innovative chairmat for low pile carpeting sunder school board can require all students ago suggested a joint 3-county
( 5/8" including padding). Features within a county to attend school in school, with Bradford, Clay and Put
ramped edge for non-trip safety and easy that county. nam participating, somewhere on
rolling on and off. Clear tough vinyl with Two years ago, the Clay school SR-21B between Keystone and
gripper back. board expanded the 2-mile zone to Melrose which is one of the fastest-
include a portion of Bradford County growing areas of Bradford County.
45 x 53- that lies south of CR-21B and east of Bradford boundaries extend to muchof
25 X 12 Lip Reg $74 25 50 99 Lake Santa Fe. The board warned the north and east sides of Santa
DE4.SA454-V2-REO NOW46x60 parents at that time the policy would Fe Lake area almost to Melrose.
No Lip Reg. $92 40 6389

DE4.SR460-V2-REO NOW36x48

19 x 10-Lip Reg. $58 50 3999 + w wtM .: Science.. (from page IA)

DE4-SS348.V2-REO NOW tIf
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46 X 60- .. Student absences cause poor that 40 percent should be failing, the

33 X 10 Lip Reg. $89 20 61 69 q",, .... grades, it was pointed out. superintendent said.
Of 4-SW460-V2.REO NOW __ Sixth graders have to learn that it Failures, for the most part, result
takes two good grades to pull one from papers not being turned in, Ms.
BOTTOM VIEW TOP VIEW "zero" up to a C, pointed out one Loper said she's observed.
teacher. Pointing out, 114 of 256 sixth
Middle school students are at a graders failed science, Board
special stage, grown-ups one day, Member Len Schlofman asked,
children the next, and thus difficultto "Doesn't it tell you something"
work with at times. it was also "Sir, I don't go on statistics like
;zbthc pointed out.Reading that," replied Ms. Loper.
and math are stressed in
elementary school, it was J pointed What is Problem..?
out. An elementary administrator "What is the problem?" Schlof--
contacted after the meeting said man persisted. .
reading and math are stressed in Math and reading are stressed in
elementary school, but that science elementary school. At the middle
Low cost easy to assemble terminal or machine and social studies are not ignored. school the students had to add
stands combine quality economy and style Units There is a K-6 county curriculum science and math, a teacher pointed
conform to standard guide which outlines course content.
typing height with plenty of out.Sixth
; ; leg room. 27" high And, one teacher said after the graders coming into the mid-
Oik .. meeting, teachers are taught to ask dle school lack the ability to do
24- 32". 36 Ibs. DE4 TS.32 EO Reg. $9500 qe what is wrong, and re-evaluate, deductive reasoning, Assistant Prin-
: walnut, when so many students fail. cipal Rick Ezzell said. Observing
f 6979
24" x 32", 36 Ibs, ITS32Wr NOW Palatka and Orange County schools,
Problem Not New... Ezzell said he's been shown some
Sirco 30"\38".4SlbS. DE4.TS.35 EO Reg $11500 "Is the problem unique to this very successful reading programsthat
i Walnut 8449 year?" asked Board Member Judy he plans to introduce into the
Terminal 30 x 36", 48 Ibs OE4TS36WT NOW Becker, a high school teacher. No, middle school.
said Principal Charles Hall said, he Many sixth graders cannot read a
Stand has noticed the problem for the past paragraph and tell what it says, or
several years and thinks the schoolis have very little deductive skills,
moving in the right direction on it. Ezzell says.
LIT-NING Value Group- Instructor Jeanie Loper, the Supt. Duncan agreed,saying a student -
Lit-Ning chairperson of the BMS Science who reads well does well in all
A complete for less than $300.
system [II' Printer Stand Department and who doesn't teach areas of the CTBS test because very
sixth graders, said she doesn't feel little deductive reasoning is required -
Designed for use with sound shields. Cutout In that badly about the BMS science ,
:::: ,fJII! [[] it l center allows paper feed for rear, bottom and program. Sixth graders are just being
,."1" [) front feed printers Solid metal construction Putty introduced to the science cur- No Work Syndrome...

o BJ, top with black legs and trim 31-1/4"W x 32"D riculum at BMS, Ms. Loper said. Duncan said, however, a major
26.1/2"H.. 39 Ibs The state is putting science into the problem in the county is with
9' 0 Reg $180 ooi Qyf 99 SAT test (Scholastic ApptitudeTest students not doing their work. Many
DE4.5099 NOW ), and this 1 is a transition period. l parents do not help, said Supt. Dun
Some students may not have had a can. .
Lit-Ning strong science program in elemen- Ms. Loper pointed out that BMS
tary school, Mrs. Loper pointed out. grading is done in numbers, and
7- Sound Shields many students failing have an
/ Sturdily constructed ol 3/4" particle board and No Work, No Pass... average in the 60's. That would have
1" textured foam to dissipate noise at the source. A lot of the failures result from not passed on the former grading
1/4 double hinged acrylic shield for easy accessto doing homework assignments, or for school. A 70 is required to make a D
printer. For 80 column microprinters not turning in homework, plus some
IA. CRT ED Facilities Compartment Inside Dimensions: students simply don't do the work, now.Asst.. Supt. Dewey McKinney also
Easily attached to bottom of printer stand Perfect 20Wx Reg. $13995 said Ms. Loper.Standards pointed out the Bradford grading
Workstation for storage of loose or boxed forms For bottom 15-3/8"Dx8-7/8"H DE4-SOOO NOW 104 are set, teachers teachto scale is higher than some surroun-
Combine styling quality and function for the PC feed printers Attaches to underside printer/ these standards, and students are ding counties that it hurts Bradford
user at an affordable price All feature steel legs stand. 18'Wx 11"Dx 14"H. '12 IbsBlackWalnut 28"Wx Reg. $19900.Olg expected to meet the standards, said students in scholarship competition.
with scratch.resistant 3/4" laminate and Reg $34.95 18"Dx 12-1/a-H DE45001L NOW
tops Black DE4-3007-B 2 619 Ms. Loper. McKinney pushed for a unified
adjustable| leveling guides Easy assembly. Putty DE 4.3007 P Ms. Loper said the science textbook grading scale among the county.
26.1/Z" highBlackWalnut [CD] Forms Basket is on the state adopted list,and Board Chairman J.T.Parrish
Reg. $99 95 level in the sixth pointed out .a bill, introducted by
24' 34 Ibs DE4 3000-BW Wire basket snaps onto back of printer stand to the reading on
!It": : : : 7489 catch and stack printouts 19'W x 21"D ,"\ r, grade level. Ms. Loper said the high Rep. Chance Irvine would establisha
24" 34Ibs. DE4 3000-PO NOW Reg $36 95DE S"7H 61gS. ; school reading specialist checkedthe statewide uniform grading scale.
Reg. $109.95 NOW 2. VX .. book and found the reading level Supt Duncan asked Mrs. Loper if
24- x 36-W 38 Ibs DE4.3002. 4 3008 _...... /I acceptable for sixth graders. BMS she ever considered adding points to
Putty/Oik BW8239 HI ConnectorShelf '.._ ,' teachers point out there are three the highest grade,which would be an
24- x 38"W 38 Ibs DE4.3002- Connect workstations and printer stands for more r ____ I!' textbooks, and lower level studentsare A, and add that number of points to
Black/Walnut Reg. $119.95 efficient use of space. 314" thick laminate. Easy Eldon given an easier book. all grades.
30" X 38"W 44 Ibs. DE4.3004.BW assembly. 24"W x 20D 18 Ibs. of students entering Mrs. Loper replied she wants
Sixty percent
30"Putt x/Oak 36W 44 Ibs DE4-3004-PO NOWB 8989 Walnut, OE4.3008-W Peg $39.95 9Q89 Printer Stand r>. the sixth grade do not read on the students to know the subject matter
Oak DE43008O NOW Printer stand accommodates rear-feed 80 column sixth grade level, said Supt. Jim when they leave the middle school.
[ : Printer .Stand IB Riser Shelf dot matrix printers and pen plotters including Duncan. Reading levels should be "Have you ever heard of a
Paper feed cut out allows lor both rear and bottom Two level unit can be achieved by easily attaching IBM, Apple and Epson. Putty tray with laminate taken into consideration when usinga curve?" asked Board Member
feed primers All steel legs with 3/4 laminate: top riser to workstation. 314" thick laminate 26"W x oak top rubber sound absorbing feet. 1212"Lx4916"Hx16"D. text on a certain reading level, Schlofman.
and 261/2-HZ3IDS adjustable leveling guides. 20" x 24-W Reg. $9995 x 15"D x 10-1/2-H. 9-3/4" clearance 15 Ibs 3.8 said the superintendent.Science .It sounds to me like you don't
Re g. $4995 IbsReg. $29.98 98 is important, and needs to want to change the system. You
Slick/Walnut DE4 3005 BW 89 Black/Walnut DE4-3011-BW 39 2 3
74 37 Duncan. If 40 want me to change standards "
Putty/Oak DE4 3005 PO NOW Putty/Oik DE43011PQ NOW Of0020 NOW i be learned said Supt. my ,
percent 01 the students read on said Ms. Loper. _
grade level it doesn't always follow "No, no, no," said Schlofman.

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Annual Meeting..
Thousands of co-op
.members enjoy and explore
Iht' district MicHing's Spring
Hi'l-tiigcther. Numerous
.. .. awards acre handed out to
distinguished: members of the

-.,:...,..... cu-operallve(political undulates and many from r

around the stale spoke to thehu.tl'
t S! a!
lit'low, left: iuesl speaker
p' Huh l :M.iilincMajor of Tarn-
|1'\; /(1I1I'rnaIOl'lal candidate : .
speaks to members i
1 1t'd uliiiul the( importance of main-
I talniiif/; a healthy Florida
"- + economy and agribusiness( in-
Photo By Murk FH'.dlin
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Under The Big Top. AUAUSEFORD :-

Annual district meeting draws record crowdto
''Elmiml :

Keystone Heights co-op
By Linda Wharton, LKM Editor TV 20 conducted a personal inter depends on three important factors _; ; &
Clay Electric Cooperative played view with Senator Bill Grant who tourism, commerce and industry, ;
host to some 5,000 people, membersof has announced his candidacy for and agribusiness. lIe says govern-
their 12 county rural electrification Congressman Don Fuqua's spotrespresentmg ment has not put enough emphasison
service area, here last Thurs the 2nd Congressional )m'jda's( agribusiness "but
day at their 48th annual general District of Florida when agribusiness is hurting, the
meeting. Poi I ol Tampa hurts"
The only Trustee member met
Members, politicians, county officials with competition for his seat on the Martinet ended his speech on a
and Clay Co-op trustees spent board, Ray Wingate, won the election positive note, saying that Florida's
the morning and afternoon exchanging hands down over his opponent agribusiness and tourism will be of ,
greetings, renewing old friend Mike Redfearn, 1,183 to 744. foremost importance "when I'm
ships, hearing some good down- elected Governor of the State of
home gospel singing and enjoyingthe Floilda"
Special guest speaker, Tampa
fried chicken dinner on the Bob Martinez and
Mayor guber-
grounds under breezy but sunny natorial candidate, to
appeared Co-op Employee Recognition MADE IT FOR US
skies Thousands gathered around
draw a favorable reaction from the A number of the Clay Cooperative
and under the big tent after lunch to crowd with his dynamic commentson employees received service awards
hear speeches and recognize long various subjects pertaining to and Wayne Hollingsworth, a
time employees who received
*. ," special co-op awards Many waited patiently employment, Tampa's opportunity independence Florida'seconomy of 'awarded Keystone Employee District serviceman RecognitioaAward was,' .r and Motors
for the drawing of door Terwillegar
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prizes, a most popular event, agribusiness in the state. employees
especially those holding winning
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says Your No. 1 Ford Dealer in Fla.
Tampa's mayor he began to wean service award while Elbert
Area news media was on hand to this city from Federal money. Priorto "Buddy" Leis, William A "Billy"
capture last minute campaign this Martinez Singleton and Arlee Terrell were
speeches District 8 of Senate candidates seat before for the the said the accomplishment city depended on Federal awarded, 35-year employmentawards it
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the post vacated by the late Senator police. "But now we are no longer Those receiving 30-year awards
Joe Carlucci. Mingling among the dependent on Federal money I were Ronald M. "Junior" Hersey
believe in local government and David Hinnant and Gene Williams
crowd was Democratic candidateLew home rule." Twenty-five year awards went to Come See 3 Wagons & 3 Sedans in stock
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I'I ', BHS Boy Runners Post 7th Place in Spring Medley Relay

I Top I or ma nee for the Bradford 2)W.) Smith, IHS, 41'5" 3)Liv-) ES, 15.81 5)Stokes) IHS 15.63.100Meter 51.96 2)Jones) GHS, 52.45 Johnson, Darin Patterson Corey
High boy per runners al the Florida ingston, IHS 42'2" 4>)Hulch<,son. Dash: 1)Holmes, GUS 3)Wallace IHS, 52.514)Balley. IHS, Roberts, and Silas Jenkins). Upcoming...
I, Relays last Friday March 28, was a IHS, 41'1" SIHudson GUS, 39'951". 1084 2)McKnight) ES, 11.05 53.69 5)Walker) GUS, 5447. 220-Yd Dash: DHolmes) GUS, This Friday afternoon, April 4,at.4
seventh place in the spring medley High Jump: Dllcrbie Cooper, UlSmg'.eton) GUS 11.20 4)Woods, 330-Yd Intermediate Hurdles: 22.46 2)SingIeton GUS 22,81 p.m. BHS runners are scheduled to
relay BUS, 6'2" 2)Stokes) IHS, 6'2" GHS 11.31 5-tie) Singleton, GUS IFechler.IHS,40.822)Moody.IHS.) 3)Walker, GUS 22.84 4)Camps, ES, compete in the Orange Park Invitational
Wesley Johnson Rodney Mosley 3)DeBose) ES, 5'8" Rochelc) ES, and Flowers, IHS 11.4. 41.95 3)Stokes) IHS 42.15 22.98 5)Brown, ES, 23.2. .
Corey Roberts and Bruce Davis rana 5'4" 5)Wallace) IHS, 5'4"l. Mile Run: 1)Belgrade) GUS 4)McKnight) ES, 43.53 5)Spencer) Two Mile Run: 1)Rodney, ES, Tuesday April 8, during the Spring
3:59.21.: Awards were given out for Pole Vault: 5-way tie for first)) 4:44.49: 2)Rodney) ES 4:49.513)King : Smlthl.BHS. 44.5. 10.47.47 2)Krough) ES, 11:09: 3)G.) break week the BHS runners are
the lir!>three place only. Fisher IHS;; Lockwood IllS; ES, 4:53.0:: T.Smith, Efc!: 880-Yd Run: DBelgrade) GHS Smith, ES 11:26 4)Smatheson ES, going to the Wolfson Invitational a
In the 4x100 relay James Jamison Stokes, IHS; Andoron, ES, and Chin, 5:01: 5Justice, GHS, 5:16.: 2:04.08: 2)Leverett GHS 2:05.63: 11:34 5)Cam Ward BHS 11:52.: relay meet.
Collrune Fellon Spencer Smith and ES all 7 feet.120High 440-Yd : DBS) 43.32 2)BHS) 3)Krogh) ES, 2:09.2: 4)4)Hutcheson One Mile Relay: 1)ES 3:28.06: The biggest local meet of the spring
Brian Lane ran 48.04 to place ninth. Hurdles: DHochelle> ES, (Johnson Darn Patterson, Roberts 1H .-2:10.69 5)Thorpe) BHS 2:10.98.: 2)GHS 3:32: 3)BHS) 3:35.0: (Johnson the BHS Invitational with 24
In the 4x200 relay with Jamison, 14.47 2)Fechter) IHS 14.8 Herbie Cooper) 45.29 3)1HS) 45.83 Sprint Medley Relay: DIHS) Craig Pittman Roberts and Bruce teams invited, is set Saturday April
Cleveland Hankerson Rodney ;3)McKnight ES 15.63 4)) Moody 440-Yd Dash: DP. Thomas ES, 3:53.62: 2)BHS 3:53.82: (Wesley Davis). 12.

Mosley and Lane BUS ran 1:40: ,95 to
place 10th.
In I ho distance medley BHS[ was
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In the 4x400 relay the BHS team of
Welsey Johnson, Robert Thorpe
Bruce Davis, and Corey Roberts rana
3:38.3:: :: tor ninth place. : _

4-VVay ;Meet.. t'right

BUS was fourth in a 4-way meet on 01f time for W1NN-DIXIE.
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1, Sapp Posts Top Time on Anchor Leg of Distance Medley I

q\' Lori Sapp ran a 5: 17.8 mile anchor 211.1!> on the opening leg, Kim Adamsran BIIS was 10th in the mile relay in 4'8" 5)Anders) BHS, 4'8". 440-Yd Relay: DES) 51.56 2-3 tie) ran 2:57.: ,
1 I leg coming from 200 yards behind to the second leg in 27.6, Felicia 4:24.1.: The team was Kitties 70.7, 110-Yd. High Hurdles: 1)Hut- GHS-IHS 51.57 4)BHS 54.96 (Kittles, Sprint Medley Relay: DGHS>
: wan the distance! medley relay at the Davis run it 62,2 quarter, and Lori Adams 65.7, Davis 62.6, and Sapp cheson, IHS, 16.45 2)J.) Bowman, Cohens, Adams, Davis). 4:26.0: 2)BHS) 4:36 (Kittles, Adams,
Florida Relays last Friday, March Sapp's hall,mile anchor leg was 65.1. IHS, 17.56 3)Adams ES 17.8 440-Yd.Dash: tMcLeod, ES,61.20 Davis Harrell) 3)IHS 4:58.22oYdDash : .
I :28! 2:2\1.6.: \ BUS was third when Lori got 4)George) GHS. 19.2 5)Nelf, IHS, 2)Troutman) IHS, 63.26 3)S.) : DCunningham.IHS,
It was the top performance of the (he baton and gained a place. The 4-Way Meet... 19.58. Bradford Allison Denmarkran Bowman, IHS, 65.0 4)Johnson, ES, 27.34 2)Reed) IHS, 27.41 3)Pettus) ,
Bradford High girls. The win came over-all time was 419.37: a new Interlachen won a 4-way meet 21.3. 67.0 Stroman ES, 69.9. ES, 28.75 4)Dinkins) GHS, 29.5
over the cream of the crop of the sl'lllmll'I'I'IWIl. with 76Vi' points, Gainesville High 100-Meter Dash: DMcKinney) ES, 330-Yd. Hurdles: DEzzell, GHS, 5)McCullen) GHS, 29.86. Sharon
('lass :3A schools from over the state, Coach Loper targeted those two was a close with 75Vi points, 12.92 2)Dinkins, GHS, 13.54 51.55 2)J.) Bowman, IHS, 55.54 Hamilton, BHS, was sixth in 34,47,
points out Coach George Loper c\ents lie knew the girls could run Eastside was third with 65, and BUS 3)O'Neal,1HS,13.58) 4)Felton, GHS, 3))Hall\ ES, 55.6 4)Neff) IHS, 57.71 Two Mile Run: 1>Louis, ES, 13.06
The leadoff hal'-mile was run by well, and could win both, and the trailed with 38 points in a meet on 13.57 5)McCullen) ES, 13.62. 5)George) GHS, 5:57.96.: 2)Christie Harrell, 13:08: 3)Clough,
( 'nnssi Anders in 2:43.2, her per- Tornado girls almost pulled both off. the Bradford High 'oval Tuesday Mile Run: 1)Sapp) BUS, 5:30.76 880-Yd.( Run: 1)Sapp) BHS, 2:21.61: illS, 14.10 4)Anders, BHS, 14.21
>.lnal 1 t best. Felicia Davis ran the 440 Lori ran a smart distance medley afternoon, April 1. .. 2)AsbeII) GHS, 5:30.67: 3)A. Smith, 2)Asbell) GHS, 222.5: 3)M.Smlth) 5)Manning, BHS 14.33.
hug in 63.1 seconds, an excellent anchor" race She didn't let the big Shot Put: Nelson, GHS, 34'7'/4" ES, 6:12: 4)Anders, BHS, 6:23: ES, 2:39: 4)C Lewis, ES, 2:37.72: Mile Relay: DGHS 4:12.61: 2)ES)
lime Christy Harrell ran a real fine meet or competition rattle her ran 2)Middlelon, HIS, 32'6" 3)Falsom) 5)CIugh) IHS, 6:24. Robin Manningof 5)Clough) IHS, 2:51.: Robin Manning, 3)BHS) 4:24.38: (Kittles, Adams,
,1/4 leg in in 4:07.3: says Lopcr her own race and paced herself. The ES, 2B'7'/r:': 4)Unissa) King, BUS, BUS ran a 6:57. BHS, ran 2:56: and Chrissi Anders Davis, Sapp).
The crowd was with it, cheering other belore her all
people running 28'65)llutcheson: ) IllS, 28'2'V.' ...
1.011 Sapp on They could see Lori ran excellent I times, to put Lori in Discus: Nelson) GHS, 105'3'V'
was closing! the gap each lap. Keeping position to use her ability, Loper Middlcton, IHS, 83'8" 3)King) ,
her head Lori kept her paceeven points out. BUS, 80'8" 4)Long) ES, 66'10"
and won by about threesfconds BUS was 15th in the 4x100 meter 5)Gaskell, illS, 64'2".
by oUlkicking a runner from relay in 61.38. The BUS team was Long Jump: DHecd, IHS, 15'5"
'I'ltusNille'Astronaut.. The official Chrissi Anders Sharon Hamilton, 2)McU-od, IHS, 14'11" 3)McRae) ,
I lime was 13.11.68, a new BUS record Tiel.i Bine, and Angle Cohens. GIIS, 14'8" 4)George, GHS, 13'8"
in the distance medley. BUS was lOt h in the 4x200 meter 5)Adams, BUS, 13'4".
Iii IS was second in the one-mile relain I 1:57.7.: The !team was Terri High Jump: 1)S.) Bowman, illS, HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERSSAVE
spi ml medley relay, the lirsl race of KIt lles 21.I! ; Bine in 307 ("ohms! in 4'10" 2)J. Bowman, IHS, 4'10"
he i a I lei'noon Tern Kitties ran a :2"! S, and Kim Adams' ran 211.1. 3)IlorlonIlls.) 4'10" 4)Stroman) ,
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1985 Buyers Awards and Sponsors Across The Board AddOnsUnited

United Shows, Ed Greggory. . . . . Nashville, Tenn. HERDSMAN AWARD.. . . . . . .Starke Rotary Club : Livestock' Market, Lake City
Publix, Butch Barclay. . . . . . . Lakeland, Fla. FFA RECORD BOOK CONTEST: . . . The Rancher Inc, Hale;Graham Schuh Ins Agency, Starke
Winn Dixie Bill Snead. . . . . . . Jacksonville of Gainesville Howard Auto Parts, Lake Butler

Community State Bank Steve Gay. . . . . .Starke 4-H RECORD BOOK CONTEST:. . .Gainesville Stockman Supply O'Steen Seed Store, Lake ButlerGainesville
Western Steer Steakhouse, Harry Hatcher. . . . Starke Of Gainesville Livestock Market, GV

Archie Tanner Funeral Home. . . . . . Starke WEIGHT GAIN. CONTEST: . .Alligator Creek Ranch: 1 ht Place Doyle Archer Funeral Home, Lake Butler
Jerry Hamm Chevrolet, Stephen Kelly . . . Jacksonville Farmers Mutual Exchange 2nd Place Trlost Construction, Keystone Hts
Bradford Courthouse Officials, Starke
Farmers & Dealers Bank, Paul Riherd Lake Butler Waters Grocery & Feed: 3rd Place

Hillandale Farms, Jack Hozen . . . . . Lake Butler HOME GROWN CONTEST:. . . John Whitehead, Sheriff Gainesville Stockman Supply, GV
Lake Butler Apparel, Norman Stephen . . . Lake Butler Union County Howard & Riherd Construction, Lake Butler
Lake Butler Hospital & Hand Surgery
Atec Computer & Product, Nolan Ward Lake Butler Dolph Reddish, Sheriff
HoBo Tractor & Howard Auto Parts. . . . . Lake Butler Bradford County Roscoe Seay Timber, Worthington Spgs.

Triest Construction, Earnest Trlest . . Keystone Heights SHOWMANSHIP AWARD: . . . Sr. Class Ut Place: James Williams, Worthington Spg ,
Lowell Shadd & Dean Ward. . . . . . Lake Butler Roberts Cash Feed Davis, Monk & Farnsworth, StarkeDr.

Davis Express. . . . . . . . . . .Starke Sr. Class 2nd Place: Pete Dianas, Starke
Farm Credit Service. . . . . . . . Alachua Andrews Farms Jones Funeral Home, Starke
Brown's Refrigeration. . . . . . . . .Starke Jr. Class 1st Place: E>r, Len Schlof man, Starke
Pritchett Trucking Marvin Pritchett. . . . Lake Butler Lake Butler Farm Center Lewis Timber Company, Starke
Bradford School Board
Bradford County Telegraph, John Miller. . . . .Starke Jr. Class 2nd Place: Starke
Shadd Trucking, Lowell Shadd . . . . . Lake Butler W.D. Andrews Farms Telephone, ;
Smith Storks
Florida National Bank, J. E. Tomlinson . . . . Starke OVER-ALL PERFORMANCE AWARD: Fortune Federal Savings & David ,
Sawyer Slade Gas. . . . . . . . . Starke Whispering Pines Care Center, Starke
Loan Association of Starke
Holmes Brooker
Lewis I Timber Company. . . . . . . . .5 tar k e And Crosby 8 Dairy,
Lake Butler I
John Howard Lake Butler
Home Entertainment Center . . . . . . Starke ,
School Board Lake Butler
Howard & Riherd Construction . . . . .Lake Butler Union ,
Don Hires, Lake Butler
Shands Howard Thanks To These Judges"' Tire Service Lake Butler
Mid-Flo Hauling . . . . . . . . lake Butler Blellings ,
Dale Smith, Lake City,
Lake Butler
Lake Butler Farm Center-------------------------- SHOW JUDGE . . . . . . . . Sloan' Baker Union Co. Commissioners, Lake Butler
Ralph Hazen ft Butch Faulkner SHOWMANSHIP JUDGE. . . . . . Hal Phillips Williams LP Gas, Worthington Spgs

RECORD BOOK JUDGE . . Jack Williams, Jesse Godbold! Doyle Varnes Insurance, Lake Butler
AGING AND MOUTHING STEERS--------------Bobby Anderson Jack Tuggle, Lake Butler

Special i I I Thanks SHOW HEALTH REQUIREMENTS . . James E. Pennlngton Tanners Union Courthouse FRM Feed.Officials Worthington, Lake Spgs.Butler

Spires IGA Store, Lake ButlerO'Steen
AUCTIONEER. . . . . . . . . Bobby Wilson & as nsFertalzerlB

BUYERS PHOTOGRAPHER..R.OF ALL RESALE STEERS. . . . .Bradford-Union P. Mclendon Steer Show Donations
Cattleman's Association

BUTCHERS. . . . .SC&H Custom Meats for Special Rates Jackson Building Supply E. I. DuPont DeNemours Co. SPECIAL THANKSFor
Butchering and Hauling Lake Butler Rotary Club Douglas Equipment

Nettles for Special Rates Wilson Heating Cooling & Electric Inc. River Hardware COUNTY AGENTS OF BRADFORD AND UNION COUNTIES:

On Butchering and Hauling BRADFORD . . . . . . . . . . UNION

THANKS SPECIAL THANKS Bobby Taylor. . . . . . . . .Jaque Breman
All committees wish to recognize and their appreciation
4-H and FFA Exhibitors and Parents AG ADVISORS OF BRADFORD AND UNION COUNTIES: express

Bradford County Fair Association BRADFORD. . . . . . . . UNION of the very valuable assistance and counsel given to them.

For Their Cooperation, Support & Facilities Greg Alvarez;, . . . . ., , . Jimmy Brown

Paul Hutchln, . . . . , ,Mark Bracewell

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Lady Tornadoes Undefeated with 11-0 Record After 2 Wins I

The l BUS Lady Tornado soil ball dish cracked a double through the only got a double (The hit could've
ttum continued their period !season! gap into centerfield, then Jackson been a home run,or at least a triple,
with an 1J-H win Tuesday! on the road singled, putting Slacey Reddish on but the ump was looking the other
over u tough Middlrburg loam, Im third. Marla Reddish singled to way when the firsl baseman got in
proving their record to score Slacey Reddish and moved L t ,
11 0, the host n s front of Jackson as she was roundingfirst
!Mart by a BUS girls !softball loam in Jackson to third. r on her way to second,accordingto
the sihoul's! history.! Starling hit another single! scoring the coach). Marla Reddish doubled -
BUS also defeated Baker Counly Jackson, which put Reddish on up the middle scoring Jackson.
!f-R in eight Innings last Thursday for third. Butler singled to score Ked Starling singled, scoring Reddish.
their tenth win. dish, and Stalling slid inlo third. Skeen hit a fielder's choice putting
The girls have a strong, veteran( Green slammed another single to Ann out at second.
ml it-Id and defense this !season but score Stalling, which was followedby The winning pitcher was Pally
also have a group of home ol the k-lo-back singles by Skeen .v. Smith, who is now 2-0 for the season.
most eared( hitters in the district, and Green Cindy Parado then hit a She gave up only 2 walks.
who ate likely to erupt 'for a mull l line shot to lell held, which was Stacey Reddish went 3-4 with a
run inning at any lime during their I thought be a potential I hit, sending double Kelly Jackson went 2.3 with
games.In Green! to second. The ball was 1 RBI and 2 runs Marla Reddish
the lop ol the first inning caught/: and so was Gteen. went 3-4 with a double 2 runs and 1
against Middleburg. Cindy Taylor Patty.Smith(leads oil the lop of the RBI. Starling went 3.4 with 3 RBIs
led oil with a double, then Stacey fourth willi an inside the park and 1 run (she scored 4 of the team's
Reddish singled, putting Taylor on lumieiun, making it the only run in runs). Skeen went 3-4 with 1 RBI and
thud. Kelly Jackson hit a sacrifice the inning 1m'! HS.|| 1 run. Green went 2-3 with 1 RBI,
fly to venleilield, scoring Taylor Alter the- sixlh inning It'lId.off Taylor went 24.
Mai)l.i, Reddish then singled sending single by Skeen, Daphne Williams, The home run hitters for the night
Stacey Reddish to thud Ann Starling (pirn'h-hillmg for Green) smashed a were Williams and Smith.
carne up next and singled, which line drive over the second baseman There were a total of 21 hits and 3
stored Reddish Bridget Skeen singled for an inside I the pai rk honici'un. loading the bases. Choi I Green" MtOIK! one for I the night). Three of Middleburg's runs were
hit Into a lielder's choice to ('lull the In the I final inning/:, Butler led oil' --_._ -- made on three errors made by BUS.
mnmg with a POI r lly Jackson came in and Get It In Fast... This win makes BHS 11-0 for the
In the lop ol the third Stacey Ked- burned hit right center Iteld.She season and still 5-0 in the district.
Mai'Id Keddihh shoots the In
ball to Starry Reddish' preserve the Tornado lead.
on second base to tag a Keystone runner out and

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I '. ) (Far left) Stacey Reddish picks up a ground ball and tosses It Maria!
r1' Reddish who covers second base to tag out a Keystone runner.
(Left) Maria Reddish tosses a ball to Stacey Reddish on second base.
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lake Butler Farm Center. . . . . . Lake Butler
Community State Bank of Starke Union County Times Hillandale Farms. . . . . . . . Lake Butler
Publix Supermarkets Shadd Trucking Lewis Timber Company. . . . . . . . .Starke
John Whitehead Howard Auto Parts . . . . . . . .lake Butler
Farmers & Dealers Bank of Lake Butler Craig Salley Davis, Monk & Farnsworth . . . . . . .StarkeColumbia
Bradford Courthouse Officials O'Steen & Gaskins. . . . . . . . Lake Butler
George Pierce, Judge I Livestock Market Tries) Construction Co.. . . . . . .Keystone Heights I
Collector Norton Telecom & Starke Video Doyle Archer Funeral Home. . . . . . Lake Butler
Esther Hall AI'P Tax Blake Hamilton Jones Funeral Home. . . . . . . . .Starke
Jimmy roper t y AppraiserGib Paul Brooks & W.D. Crawford Doyle I Varnes Insurance Agency. . . . . .Lake Butler
Brown, Clerk Maines Insurance ft Real Estate. . . . . Lake Butler
Reddish Sheriff "' : 'n Bradford School I Administrators Union County Commissioners. . . . . Lake BullerPettit
Dolph ParrUh's Food Store. . . . . . . . Lake Butler
U dC', .j{, John L. Shadd. . . . . . . . . .lake Butler
Ho-Bo Tractor Co. 0 ","'j 0 i.:., AWARDS AND SPONSORS Union County School Board. . . . . Lake Butler
Wilbur Waters i''o'.'''0 Don ft Sandra Hires. . . . . . . .. Lake Butler
Andrews ." 1 Sheriff Jerry Whitehead & Judge David Reiman . . . LB

Sonny Griffin Industries ,. .:;'. GRAND CHAMPION. . Bradford-Union Swine Assn. Spires ICA Store . . . . . . . Lake Butler

Florida National Bank v.
RESERVE CHAMPION. .Bradford-Union Swine Assn.
Don Morgan
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SHOWMANSHIP. . Bradford-Union Swine Assn.
Triest ConstructionNormans 2nd--Farmers Mutual Exchange
Market 3rd.Thomas Auto Parts
Hale, Graham & Schu

Davis Express WEIGHT GAIN. .,. . . Ist-Thomas Auto Parts
Interstate Supply '. 2nd--AllensOfficeSupplies&Printers SPECIAL THANKS

Clyatt Well Drilling 3rd.Bowens Pest Control

Pride of FloridaBradfordUnion! AUCTIONEER. . . . . . Bobby Wilson
Swine Assn. HERDSMAN . . . st--Thomas Auto Parts PHOTOGRAPHER. . . . . .Dick Wheeler
Pritchett Trucking Mosley Tire & Auto Sales BUYER OF ALL RESALE PIGS. . Madison Stockyards
Florida Pest Control B-U Swine Assn.

Gainesville Livestock Market 4-H and FFA Exhibitors and Parents
RECORD BOOK. . . .4-H-Wilber Stephens
W.W. Woodchipping
FFA--Crosby Tire Service
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Staff Bradford County Fair Association

Office Shop and Bradford Printers BEST OVERALL PERFORMANCE AWARD For their cooperation, support and facilities

Mosley Tire and Auto Sales Fortune Federal I Savings i & Loan Assn. Ag Advisors of Bradford and Union Counties.

Lewis Timber Co. of Starke and Lake Butler Bradford Union
B & H Electric
: \ J' Greg Alvarez Jimmy Brown
Howard Auto Parts' THANKS TO THESE JUDGES Paul Hutchins Mark Bracewell

Farm Credit Service

Whitney Steel County Agents of Bradford and Union Counties

Teal Tile & Carpet SHOW JUDGE . . . . ,Tim Marshall Bradford Union

Western Steer Steakhouse SHOWMANSHIP JUDGE. . . .Mike Harrison Bobby Taylor Jacque Bremenr'

Elixon Trucking RECORD BOOK JUDGE. . . . Jesse Godbold

Bradford Title & Abstract GRADERS. . .,. . . . . .-. Rick Goff
Tom Lovett
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I.. Lady Tornadoes Get by Baker County 9-8 in Eight Innings .

moved the runners to second -
IlllS 9, Baker 8 ball," the coach said. Slater says, lor the next tour innings,until Bradford Ir and third. Then Stacy Reddishwas
I however, he wants to allow the girlsto added one run to go up 5-3 in the intentionally walked to load the
Errors forced the Bradford girls to of the sixth. Jackson
get some experience before the lop Kelley ripped bases with one out Ann Starling pop-
i put together a two-run eighth inning, district tournament because the a home run over the left fieldershead. for the second out, but Shaun
then hold Baker High to one run towin team might need them The girl wasn't playing in ped Butler up singled sharply to left Green
y-K in extra innings in Macclcn- Bradford High took a 4.3 lead in close, either, said Coach Slater scoring on the RBI shot. With the
n>' last: Thursday night, March 27. the first inning. Stacy Reddish led BUS added two more runs in the bases still loaded, Marla Reddish
"I 1 believe this one shocked us with a triple down the third base line lop of the 7th. Brena Skeen and worked the Baker pitcher: for
buck into reality," said Coach John and over the head of the left fielder, Stacy Reddish singled and Skopn r 4y another walk which scored
Slater. The Tornado nine went into and scored on Ann Starling's RBI scored on an HBI double by 'Ann Williams. Jackson hit a line shot to
the seventh inning with a four run single. Shaun Butler and Marla Ked- Starling. Butler and Marla Reddish center for the third out
lead, then three errors were committed dish then walked and Brenda popped' out, but Jackson walked,to Baker scored one run in the bottom
l by three different Bradford Jackson singled, but on the throw-in load the bases, then the Baker pitcher ,A k k- of the eighth,for a final score of
players to allow Baker to score four Marla Reddish! was thown out going walked Cindy Taylor which 9-8. The Baker lead-off hitter hit a
runs und tie the game. to third base.Designated. forced in a run. d sharp fly to right field,the ball going
"We came to reali/.e we can't take hitter Cindy Taylor, a in and out of the inexperienced Brad-
mi body too lightly. Everybody has batting for Patly Smith, moved Then came the errors and hits by !t ford fielder's glove "Of course, it
the}potential to beat us, especially in Jackson to third on a ground to the Baker to lie the game 7-7 and push it was good experience for them,"
.soflball! said Coach Slater. right side, and Jackson scored on an into extra innings. noted Coach Slater
Players in the game for the ex- HBI single by Bridget Skeen. Cherry In the lop of the 8th, BUS scored ) ': The Baker batter ended up on se-
perience got a little excited and Green singled but the inning ended twice lor a 9.7 advantage. Cherry bJ cond base. Shortstop Marla Reddish
threw the ball away and missed when Skeen was called out for leaving Green walked and Daphin Williams and third baseman Kelley Jackson
routine fly balls, and then they first base too soon. singled. fielded grounders and threw two
started to knock. the cover off the Both teams remained scoreless Then Brena Skeen's sacrifice Baker runners out. But a two out
RBI singled scored the Baker runner
from second,with the batter going to
5-2 /6 ) second on the throw home With two
I BHS Netters
Keystone .. out and two on, the next Baker bat-
'. ter struck out to end the game taking -
11 l > !M.nkKiifilliii JIIJ1V'Ilsun continued to hen he (heat Jack Gray. 8-1 on courtI two called strikes, then swining
lit 'I'Half\\ritl'l' up the pice tar BUS en court I and missing the third strike.
The tennis rivalry" between Brad- where he dele>ited Jason Gray iveThe Brown brothers came back M J ...dlo.d 400 001 Itk.r
lord Ihgh and Keystone Heights! St\'I)t-K\b\'J'II'OJ1\I Kill IS long in doubles, beating Allord % < 1LI ( 100 000 41
High has \been growing more and ed some powerful ti.tseline /'noll'I iouin H-l in numbvcr one .
inoi'i' intense with each match, eonhough on court tour and defeated while Wilson and Kimulis
( the two teams are in dilIrrenl Paul B.mck 8-0 ('J'l' icing the \team victory for the
classifications.: Pal Diggs ended the il.i> in;, IS It'aJ1"ith a tough, 8-6 win over
The lasted t match between the two Ion the BUS bins nil a positive !raand UcKeyser on court two ..
schools was no exception last Tluirsda IR
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The BHS were 5-2 winners!> against
the KIIIIS top lire but the KHHSl.ail.N d
Indians evened things up with r
,i 6.1 team win over (he Lady Tornadoes ,1 3s .. TIM
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The boy started oil the busy dIY s
ol competition with one ol the closestmaklu ," -
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where to two schools top seeds Joey ..- '" '-;' -
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ol BUS went at it tor more than an
hour before! AI lord prevailed in a 9-8
t 17-5 in tiebreaker) decision.
Jody Brown came back tor BITS in CARPETS ARE
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Marla Reddish Is called safe on third base in the game against costs of most other items
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: ; 4' Bradford High golfers beat 160's but we're just not shooting it,
Fall toKeystone <, :/ .- It.'. St.Augustmeand lost to Clay High in and "it caught up with us last Thurs- in our showroom.
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St.Augustme a 173. April 15 after the Spring break
Hal Wood shot 41 for BITS, Ed April 17, BHS "goes to 131 N. Cherry St.Starke,1'lorida.
Douglas 42, Bo Bishop 44, and Tom St.Augustine.The .
The girls Irom KHIIS and BUS had t : ", ; --o. '' :a atK Watson 45.
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a strong, 8-3 victory on court oneover I ','. .' ', '- ;', ton. BHS should! be in the low Coast.
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Jerry McGnll: I I was forced to play an
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I Tornado Basebal Squad Posts Losses, Working Hard to ImproveBradford's I

it the young buseballers took an HHI. single by Mike Char peil. rallied when Kiutk-lo-rjatk hits by
on this week
Gainesville nose as After the first BUS was shut out Jamie. Crews and Itobbii Crews!
continued Eastside and Clay High Throwing errors walks, and opened) the sixth, and Brian
nado .their mastery of the Tor- Eastside hits spoiled defeat for the Whitehead also had a solid KB)
Tornadoes. The game ended after single, but the! III IS .:11 Pitt loll short,
it's the lack of timely hits the fifth inning when ES; scored its and !several men were: Ml on base! in
errors, and loo much work for just 12th run on a sacrifice fly to go the !sixth and !seventh! ,
two pitchers. Todd McLeod pitching ahead by 10 runs and end the game. Four Clay players, /Hunt Grayum,
for the first time in relief against Leading hitters for BUS were Paul Bureau, and ilatkworth had
Eastside! ,did a credible: job coaches Robert Starling, a-for-3, with two two hits each
say. Sophomore left-hander Chad doubles and a triple. Mike Chappell Robert Starling and Chad Reddish!
Reddish and senior Robert Starling was l-for-2, Brian Whitehead 1 I-for-3. had two hits! for BUS Reddish!
arc pitching well, but are not gelling scored three! runs arid Starling one
enough rest between starts, plusthey've Clay 10, IJIIS7 Clay !scored: throb runs! in the flr!>tinning
been relieving when the The Clay nine continued its BUS two for a :1-2 Clay advantage -
other into
mastery of the Bradford High Clay iiddr-d line run in the
baseball team with an 1I-hill7( win !t'cond.tnd third innings. to go up 5-2
One of the main goals! of Coach on the Tornado field last Thursday! BUS scored twice in the third to cut
Mike Richter is to find more pitching March 27.Sophomore. the Clay lead l<> 5-4 hen. Clay put
before the district tournament. lefty Chad Reddish the game away with the 4 run fourth,
At Eastside this past Saturday went distance fur tillS, giving up and added an insurance run ina the
afternoon,the Rams ended the game 11 hits, !striking out 6, and I issuing! filth
after five innings with a 12-2 win. ES four walks. Reddish! was forced to go( the
shut out BIIS 4-0 in their first distance for BIIS Coach Kichter
'- Clay went ahead early, led all the
meeting. and the with held Robert Starling/ (out to rest him
way put game away a
four runs in the fourth to turn a one- for the. Kaslside game which came
BHS got behind Clay High early in Saturday
run 5-4 lead into a 9.4 lead. BHS up
the second game last week,
repeating the first game problems,

and eventually lost 107. Swinging for the Fence... -

Holx-ll Still'linn! posted )t4HIIIIII'1| ) loi'm.iiur for the I 11 lei.., lie swings! for the( Irme in one of two doubles h<* NEWLOCATION
TMIliiulortt' hi action thl"u''k.. posted for. (lie week.
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BUS has only four regular season
games remaining as the 1986 season
draws to a close. There is a 5 p.m.
home game today (Thursday, April 9S
3) with Gainesville Buchholz. After
skipping the spring break week,
BUS will play Gainesville High Mon JOE'S TAXIDERMYU.S.

day, April 14, in a 7:30 p.m. game at
P.K.Younge High in Gainesville. 301 South Starke
April 16 a makeup game is set with Bunt! ...
Baker High in Macclenny. Final (Located in Bldg. w/Sanlo Fe Shooters Suppl///
The opposing| | | team's catcher
regular season game is April 18 at 7
siTiiiiililfH to the ball
| up
p.m in Keystone Heights. VVhilelieud laps out a bunt to I Large Mouth or Sunshine Bass
.iiilxanri*the runners and put himselfon

Eastside 12, BUS 2 ( first. $7KOOn .r. ?)

Visiting BHS jumped off to a 2-0 *& ...
lead KeepSix ltt:
in the top of the first at
Eastside, but that was all she wrote. .
Chad Reddish walked went to ( Weeks Service) our ..
third on a Robert Starling double,
Catch! \
and scored on an RBI single by : I
Brian Whitehead. Starling scored on

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Steel shot isn't so hard to use; it that steel shot does not scatter as no tighter than "improved choke."
just behaves differently than lead widely or as quickly as lead shot The use of non-toxic steel shot by Beat the Price Increase
shot does. does. duck hunters is required in critical
"It comes out of the barrel faster "The whole trick is to learn how to areas across the country (includinguse
than lead shot, but it also slows down steel shot," Logan said. "When 13 sites in Florida) in an effort to -
quicker than lead shot," said Tom you use steel shot, generally you reduce the number of ducks that die ',:. :.' .' '. ,-II( I.: '.' _'. ., :. '. :'1, -.' '. ..:.:.. rlt, :.: :*,' .,'
Logan, chief of wildlife research for should use larger pellets than with from eating the lead shot pellets
the Game and Fresh Water Fish lead. FOil instance, if you normally they find in shallow water and along
Commission. "At close range, a use No. lead, you should use No. 2 shorelines. Scientists also have
hunter using steel shot needs to steel. However, No. 6 and BB shot found that the lead pellets can cause Chevy & Olds have announced a price increase.All .
shorten his lead distance when he perform about the same in steel and death among the bald eagles that
fires at a duck." lead shot." feed on ducks which have ingested
affected. If think-
Logan said steel shot users have to.jrow The Commission suggests that in or been wounded by lead shot. vehicles in stock not you're
accustomed to a tighter shot steel shot areas, duck hunters use "That brings up another point
T>attern. He said steel shot is three No. 6 shot during the early part of about steel shot," Logan said. "The' about truck NOW IS THE ;'
imes harder* and rounder than lead season and both No.6 and No. 2 shot fact that it doesn't scatter like lead ing buying a new car or
shot, and that accounts for the fact over decoys. Chokes used should be does results in fewer wounded
ducks. TIME. Save with 9.9 % and the Old Prices.

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, r NOTICE starke Area Want. Ads 1j


mltt.d to the Bradford County ,
Telegraph office In writing and paid In
advance unless credit It already PERSONAL SERVICES; MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE

established with this off ic.. FOR SALE I
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN CHAIN LINK FENCE 'Installed. Free 964-4589 after 6 p.m. Itchg 4/3 _

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on (
THE TELEPHONE, Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. tfn one or all Olln's Mobile Home Sol... ELECTRONIC ORGAN $ 9.99 per month.No _
Classified deadline )I. TUESDAY GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg down payment. Call 9646946. tfn
NOON, prior to Thursday publication 19(4 DESTINY MH with fireplace $1.500 .. .
964.6078. Ord.rs also taken In Lake $14.99 per month Call 964 6946 tfn .
Minimum charge 15 words lor $2.75, down and take over payments. Call
then 10 cents for each word thereolter. Butler. 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, 782-3358 after 6 p.m. 3/20 TF AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with PHONE 964-7776 m
4734973. 2/26 tenWANT detachable speakers (jam box). Sears
1972 REGENT 12>150, Phone 782,3931.
TO DRINK like 205 N. Tempt Starke I
YARD SALES Itchg 4/3 n.w. only $85 7823660. |1m TF
WANT TO STOP parts, tram axle, etc. Gary 9648569. .
YARD SALE FOUR FAMILIES: Friday THAT'S OURS FOR SALE (13/20TF Service Integrity Golden Rule

Housewarei, clothing, beds, dry.r, Alcoholics Anonymous FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale Lowest Interest Rates in 7 Years
much more 401 N. Cherry St. Itpd4/3 94-4150.964.M94-964-4219 BRADFORD LIMEROCK 360/390 4bbl manifold; motors, C-6 &
OLINS TRAILER PARK: Rd. 16 West Lots pd thru 5/15 SALES FMX trbrismlssioris, rear end, etc., Now Is The Time To Buy
of misc Thurs., Frl, Sat 10 a.m. til SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines miscellaneous
Llmerock & Fill Dirt body parts, tires &
magwheels. STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E 1646 ft. 3 BR 2 Bo CH/A
llpd 4/3 reloid.{ for sq. ,
gone Serving Bradford County 10 20 yd. semi-loads only Gary 964.8569 3/20 TF
FRI-SAT-SUN: 4/46. Bicycles, small year. Bradford Septic Tank Service, Phone 782-3172 5/23 tfchg ROLLBAR for fullslze, fleetslde pickup. only 5 yrs. old. $49,900.
organ. sewing "machine, rocker many 964-8121. 10/17 TFchg STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at Black. $65. 9645812. TFc. LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing $68,000. Home is on one
other items 10 o.in. until? St 11th St & SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All make FIBERGLASS DOG BOX for fullslze fleet-
Doublewide Center located
19th Ave Rd. 4/3 Home : lot, adjoining lot goes with It.- In all 130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2
Foisythe llpd cleaned ned! und adjusted, $15. Used side pickup. $75. 954-5812.TFce
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not '
SIX FAMILIES: Sot.. Apr. 5. Camper, sewing machines for sale James trailer furniture) 6/131fnchg Ba, carpet range, refrlg. iricl.: all furniture purchase optional.

motorcycle, 3 wheel bicycle, furniture, Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for HELP WANTEDFULL .3 ACRES--OKLAWAHA RIVER: High and dry, good location.
five formal, clothes, lots ol misc. 501S.
16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF
sale at Olin Home Center located on 15000.
Col ley Rd Itpd 4/3 HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting electrical Highway 100 West This Is not trailer TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE
HOME & 15.5 ACRES off Rd. 29th
BIG YARD SALE: Eunice Rd. or 105th Ave.off complete home repair. furniture. 6/13 tfnchg Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and : 235, UW Ave. Smokehouse

301. Lawtey 787-3287. Itpd 4/3 Reasonable rates Licensed conti actor. AKC TOY POODLES for stud: 964-4238. Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. layfoyette barn ((2 stalls), syrup bldg., creek runs thru property $46,000
FRI & SAT: two families 1040 Pinebreeie Call Mitch 473-3940. 1/9TF 1/23TF St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn terms

Dr. Go to Colley Rd., follow signs. PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING: all RABBITS FOR SALE: All sizes. 964-8459. EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS: WHITE BRICK & STUCCO: with 3 BR, 1 bath CH/A 38000.
964 5733. Itchg 4/3
phases obedience, personal protection 2/27 TFBUILDERS needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr
FOUR FAMILIES: Sat., Apr. 5. Stereos, show ring. Experienced all COMPACTOR: good condition Call Susan Cook 964.6220 12/5TF TWO ACRES 301 S: $94,444, possibility of getting two additional

furniture, clothes, etc Just off Hwy 16 breeds 964-5732 or 964.7100. 3/13 TF needs new 3 hp engine. Cost $700 new SALES POSITION: Must have sales experience. acres or morel I

on Pleasant Grove Rd. lit doublewide EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: disking, In 196, will sell for $175 9647498. Call 9645606. Olin. Mobile FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba on 5 Acresincludes garage & solar
MH on, 1.1t. I'pd 4/3 mowing blade work, garden work. 3/13 41chg 4/3 Homes TFHAIRSTYLIST
GEIGER RD: oil Colley Rd. Next to Free estimates. Have tractor will USED FURNITURE hospital bed : Florida Licensed Must greenhouse, $69,000.A .

Sou'hside Elem Friday, Apr 49 a.m. travel 782-3469 or 964.8230. 3/13 TF wheelchairs, walkers, sofas, chairs have following. Good benefits Busy JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home In city approx. 2417
to 5 p..... lots of' clothes and household WHY BE LONELY Start new year right. antiques, and more. Browns Used Furniture shop. Halrplanes, 9644645. 2/20 TF sq ft.. CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001!

Items" I'pd 43 Companions, friends, dates oil 110 E. Call St., Starke. 3/20 GOVERNMENT JOBS $16.040 to HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4 BR 2 Ba brick Country Club.
FRI & SAT: 6 families. 3 air conditioners avail obi.. For information and application 4tchg 4/10 59230yr. Now hiring Coll ,
elec. stove, dishwasher bookcase Assume mtg. of $50,000 8.75% interest. Owner will hold 2nd
write "Southern Singles", Box HALF PRICE! Large Hashing arrow sign 804-687-6000, ext. R-5504 for current
jewelry household items, clothes, all 743FLE, Bonifay. Fla. 32425. fears 86.77 $2991 Lighted non-arrow $2791 federal list. 3/13 Stpd 5/1 mtg. i

sizes 4 miles North of Starke on 301. BAKER L.P. GAS INC. We have a summertime Nonllghted $2291 Fr. letters! War EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR DR, large kitchen 2
964 7213. Itpd 4/3 special and senior citizens Only few left this price. See assembly work. For Info, call
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE dishes ranty. utility rooms 2 car garage fireplace CH/A on one acre. '
: pots,
discount. Plus a special for forms and locally Factory: 1-(800)( ) 423-0163 1.504.641.8003 Ext. 9579. 3/27 4tpd
pans, many" more items some fur commercial accounts. We dos,, charge anytime lean 86.67 5/8. SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer

nl'uie. Coiner 16 and Lake St. Sot 10 any deposits. Phone 1.800.635.2371 or POP-UP CAMPER: Be'liany. sleeps six LIVE-IN: wanted to help care for an a handsome brick and cedar home on 371acres, 4 BR, 2'2Bo

uu'II I'pd 4/3 259.6810. 3/27 3tpd 4/10. "'''11., ref, used only 'lines., Excellent ) lady. Some housekeeping require plus nice barn, 133000.
YARD SALE/FLEA MARKET Every Friday PIANO LESSONS still some openingsleft. coiidi'ion., 964 6093 days or 961.8285oPem Write: H.C. Edwards 219
& Si' .* "m. Antiques, used furnl'ure. Call Debbie Woodfm, 964.8740.llpd 5 p.,,. 3/2/ 2'pd 4/3 Segovia Rd.. St. Augustine FL 32086. 3 LOTS IN CITY, $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian' S*.. 1 lot Jefferson

au'oino'ive equipment, tools, 327MOWING 1977 TRAVEL TRAILER: Prowler; Fully 3/27 3tchg 4/10. St.

clothes Greens, misc Dealer Cherry St available.behind Harry Itpd TRIMMING edging end all self-contained., Air conditioner and 301 QUIK STOP: Now accepting applications HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
space for part-time cashiers Apply in
4'3 types of lawn work. Rick' Lawn Service 3/27 generator.2lchg 43.ENCYCLOPEDIA Call. 964.7061 or 9647578. person 2 miles south on 301. 3/27 2tpd block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.
473-4512 4tpd 3/20-4/10 Crawford Rd four chicken barns--a business.
Run a pic'ure of your for sale item In volume, highest quality newest edi EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest, Owner financing.Buy all or parts
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES tion. Were $899 now $299. 30-day clean cut A MUST! References required NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd
Info call 964 6305 satisfaction, mon.y back guarantee. ; possible $25,000 first year. Apply
Offer limited. Call 1-800-628-2874 D S S Motors. 207 N. Temple. No Owner financing

Mon.-Frl. fcari 86-70 phone calls 4/3TF OWNER FINANCING: 615 N, Church St CB, 3 BR, 1'. Ba, ap
HOMES OWN YOUR OWN Joam-S KILL LAKE WEEDS: Proven marble-sized REGISTERED NURSE: with good assessment prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage 157x105 lot, fenced
ladies apparel, children, lie, and communication skills. Ableto
FOR SALEBY Aquaclde pellets spread like gross
backyard. If have $7,500 will hold 1st and
petite, combination tore, maternity seed. Works effectively at any depth.For work Independently doing home you owner mtg. you
accessories Jordache, Chic, Lee, l.vl.) facts call BOO-328-9300., Aquoclde visits to elderly clients In Bradford and pay balance in 20 years.
OWNER: 3/1 on private drive just out E Z Street, Izod, Esprit, Tomboy Calvin Company 308 Prince St., Dept FLC, Union Counties. Call for interview, HOUSE TO RENT.
of town Wood stove, central heat and Klein Sergio Volente, Evan Picone, Liz St. Paul. MN 9648772. UPJOHN HEALTHCARE
P.O. Box 65367,
AC very nice. 964-5997. 3/20 3'pd 4/3 Claiborne. Members Only Gasoline, 551650367. fcari 86-75 SYSTEMS. Itchg 4/3 : on acre range refrlg..
FOR SALE BY OWNER IN STARKE nice 3 DW remain with home. Also bldg. & tractor. $49,600.
Health-ex, over 1000 others $13,300 to 350 GAL. FUEL TANK: galvanized. $100. NEEDED LEAD GUITARIST: and country storage
BR home, many extras $38,500.8'/, '% $24,900 inventory, training, fixtures, 782.3515.3 |1m drummer Call Lee964-8380. 3/27ltpd. GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 ba'li, $22,000.

FHA first mortgage. Coll 96.4'18.3/13 grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. SEVERAL ITEMS: riding mower 8 hp, FLORIDA'S LARGEST ELECTRIC utility BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH CH/A 100x200 lot, 20000.
4'pd 4/3 Mr. Loughlin, ((612)) 888.6555 Itpd 4/3 $400; washing machine, GE $125; seeks mature experienced corporate
THREE BEDROOM BRICK home CH/A, 2 PENNY STOCKS: opportunity of the SOs upright freezer, Westinghouse, $75; communication cpeclalist. Should 533 PRATT STREET: 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, 15000.

bo'lis. LR/DR fireplace, breakfast' For free report write Chris Kane, P.O. Bug-Wacker, $50; stereo $75; foul have Communications or Journalism PREFERRED PROPERTIES
room game room. 560 Glendale St. Box 1468. Pompano Beach Fla. 33601 weather suit $50 CBs $20 each clam degree; minimum 8.10 years professional
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14 plus Acres . . SW 75'I1St------------ $35,000
964-5468. 3/13 Tf 1 1.800.432.1335, Stuart James 'Investment rake $50; depth finder $50; catfish lines experience; be an excellent,
THREE BEDROOMS: 2 Bath with central Bonkers NASD SIPC. fcan 86.69 $50; fishing poles and reels $10 each; deadline oriented writer. Submit Near Hampton Lake

hea and air Approx. 2,000 sq ft. Call LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING: North power tools $20 each 964-4248. Itpd resume, salary history, In confidenceto 120 E. Call S'. . . . .Building------------- $47,000
964 6201. 3/27 2tchg 4/3. needs : Mr. C.F. Slater Dept. CC-FPA,
American Von Lines 4/3 301 Dairy Queen . . Building .. 89000. _
Florida Co. Box -
COLLEY ROAD BEAUTYI I 3 BR, 2 BA. LR owner/operators. If you need training, UPRIGHT FREEZER: 16 ft., good condi Power & Light P.O.
wl'h fireplace, dining room, family we will train you. You will operate tion. $125. 9647972. Itpd 4/3 029100, Miami, Florida 33102. An Equal 2 los W. Madison . ...Owner: Fionced--------- $27.500 4

room, kitchen with eat-In\ bar, CH & your own tractor. If you don't have SEVERAL ITEMS: Boro meat saw '/ in. Opportunity Employer M/F-FCAN 4 acres Griff. Loop ,', Vacant Prop. .'. . $16,000 .j

CA Fenced yard on corner lot. Near one, NorthAmericori offers a tractor blade, 3 hp motor. $600; commercial ACCEPTING RA-AO 3/77 APPLICATIONS Su-EI's Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16 . . . $9,500
Elementary school and hospital. Call that in electric :
can anew bacon slicer $200 Toledo
t 964.7061 or 964-7578. 3/27 2tchg 4/3. purchase tractor program for $2,500 down put If you you are scale $100. Need to sell; quick medical Re'iieinent Home. First aid required Mimosa & Bessent .3 lots . . ea.$6,900

THREE BEDROOM 2 bath CHI A. FP ceilIng 21 or over and think you may quality reason 9645986. Itpd 4/3 Live In housekeeper-companion. free 5 Oaks Subdiv. . .1 lot, . . $10,000

fans, all on 6 acres In city limits wed like to send you a complete {Infor- room board and salary 468 26)9. 3/20 Hwy. 16W . . .. . Lotsl&2 . . . $10,000
$65.500 firm. 9645876. Itpd 4/3 Call CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: '/. ton anything you TF
motion package. any weekday.Toll need-Axles, front or rear, auto Crosby Lake . ; Lot 22, , . . $17,000
BLOCK HOME: 2190 sq. ft., on 2 acres free 1.800.348.2191. Ask for Dept
land 3 BR, 2 boo cathedral living room 97. (cans 86.72 transm. transfer cases, 2 different 399--$36,500., 3 BR. 1 ba. block Cnut:'ry Club , , Lot 7, . . $8,000

with skylight and fireplace, many ex WOMEN'S ONE PRICE SHOE STORE set up types; spring .lift. block, big U bolts. home, chain fenced yard In town 301 North . , , 10 lots . . $125,000

.. 8 miles west of Lawtey on 125. \in your location. Price $26,485 includes Call 9645812. TFce and conveniently located. See this at Country Club .. . , Lot 9, . . . . $9,500
$59,000.431.1050 after 4 p.m. Itchg 4/3 fixtures, set and $24,000 RIDING LAWN MOWER: Sears 8 hp, 30"cut
BRICK HOME: 3 BR, 1 ba CH/A. 9 pecan retail Inventory training brochure.up Designer elec. start with alternator, new 406 E. Laura St. Sampson Lake . .21015. . . . ea.$17,900

trees, pear 3.64 acres, carpet arid Shoes ((813)) 884-6640. fcon 86-73 battery and blade. Excellent condItion 1421-4 BR. 2 bo. lake access home to Sampson Lake . . . .J, lot. . . . $21.900
Santa and lots of oaks for
$395. Coll 9647518. Itpd 4/3 Fe. privacy
paneled throughout. 964 8970 4/3 FITNESS CENTER: You can own and Free Notary Services
2tpd 4/10 fitness center In DINING ROOM GROUP: all wood table shade.
operate regardless a of size. We have your specially and 6 chairs, china cabinet, good condition J427--3 BR. 1 ba. brick on 5 fenced * *

REAL ESTATE designed program. Including equipment ,. $350. 964-5475 after 3 p.m Itpd acres large new barn w/feed tank. EVENINGSBILL

training and financing. Fitness 4/3 $75,000. DODD 964.7408 IRVING CLARK JR. 964.7188
OUT OF AREA Center Sales Inc, Box 895 Troy AI 1430--For Starters: 1 BR mobile w/od- JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593
36081. ((205)) 5664741. fcan 86.74 dition., furnished, 1 ac. lot, pole barren
LAND FOR SALE: Mountain 'land for sale STEEL BUILDING DEALERSHIP with major 16500.
BEN'S AC & 4U21--4 BR 2 ba. unfinished homeon RANDY CORY 475-2597
by owner $100 down owner financed manufacturer. Sales & engineeringsuppor ( ) ,
2 acre tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake. /. Starter ads furnished. Some REFRIGERATION 1.25 ac. Located In Lawtey Includes
1% hours north of Atlanta near Elliay.| areas taken. Call ((303)) 759-3200 ext. materials, RV, trailer metal --- -- -

404276.2727 or 404-276-3660. Icon 2401. 4/3 2tpd 4/10 782.3564 Lawtey storage, well & septic. $22,000 NOW HIRING
8666 owner
GREAT SMOKEY MOUNTAINS 200 seat MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S "' 29--4 BR, 2 ba. plus 2 mobile spaces Sewing machine operators. Experience helpful but not necessary. Only serious
restaurant. New condition, liquor that rent on 5.6 ac. A great buy at job seekers apply at:

license, lounge, private dining room, WEBB: reasonable priceson DOMESTIC 40000. VOGUE, INC.
many extras. Phone 704.926.3279 or new and used item. Clothes, COMMERCIAL& 1425-40 acres of prime US 301 frontage 710 S. Water St.

write RESTAURANT P.O. Box 5O1, shoes, craft, alterations. 964.7100 or Airconditioriing w/mobile spaces, restaurant Stork., Fl. 3ml.dW
Maggie Valley NC 28751. fcori 86.71 964-5732 or 964-8569. Consignments Central rental spaces for Flea Market 3 BR
TWO BEDROOM furnished apartments: always welcome 3/13 TF Window home mobile homes much more.
Available June 1-Aug 15. Near Buffalo Dehumidifiers low rate assumable mortgage, See ;
Rochester NY. Call 7163430163. Auto & Truck -
PROPERTY this today!
Write College Meadows Box 6010, COMMERCIAL 1420-3 BR, 2'/. bar brick on 7 fenced BARGAINS FROM JJfL-.f.1" 'flf $",+$ I
Batavia NY 14020. fcon 86.76 RENTLEASESTORAGE ICEMACHINES & ICEMAKERS Kitchen lavatory Faucets
areas. Home is 2 yrs. old. has many The Bargain Center
Rental nice built-in lectures. Includes barn IO'9S

LAND FOR SALE GARAGE for rent. $200 per RepairsREFRIGERATORS and land in pasture. 135000. .. Pipe Insulation Weatherstrlpplng
month. $75 bay. Phone 964.5081 j ": .*:* :J .
per FREEZERS, STOVES, See our commercial properties "V, 3" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire

ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. Itchg 3/13 WASHERS A DRIERS waterfront and 2 room space for Well Pumps $.7+ Jt. $".+S250o0n Felt $'.50 per roll

$3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Home repair and a few rent with utilities included. From $139.95.Moblle
964-5606. 1/03 thrONE B01ff1lflP 2nd hand models Home Supplies Llghlpoles Cabinets Electrical E Plumbing Supplies

ROAD: $3,000. no down payment $70 Total Home Comfort lNwfPO.o g BARGAIN CENTER INC. "
per mo. Call 964.5606. 1/03 tfn REALTY At A Reasonable Cost : SI.el 10,000 Miscellaneous Items and Salvage 0".//"lI
LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964.5764.; after Ben or Don on call 964..931
5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn 964-7700 24 hrs. 782-3564 a3ao96e30 Lee & Willie.Mae 964-6679 Hwy. 301 South Starke
FIVE ACRE: homesites. Owner. 964 5944. N. lmr J
V.rnl. P. 0tI00", aelmer aeJe N, TEMPLE
3/27 41chg /17.. ,Tho_ _.... 3/2741pd 4/17 !STARKE. FL 3209.
2S--located on US 301 ten minutes from
Starke 20 minutes from Gainesville. .3 BEDROOM. 1 both, nice home, low
1.01 acre in nice neighborhood. $5,000. $30*. Plumbing Supplies From _
Call 4960067. No collect calls 4/3 4tpd .1 ACRE with well; owner financ
4/24 ing. ill Durrance Pump & Supply

LOTS: Graham erea, owner financing Roberts Real Estate 5
Hand Painted md rLt- Coy 1 acre up. e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed .
$aaaaaH.dElpns frill 476' Ml South. 9$o N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL
y.210070 S ACRES on US 301 North 144 N. Temple Ave.,Starke 964.706'JHOMES
Truck But .LOTS toned for trailer. % acre to 964.6262

Window UtttrlnflMbMrdi 1% acre: owner financed, $500
$ Magnetic Sign*-Wood. Film down. --- .-
PlaUc Letlar Stgnagt SyitMii ft*, Commercial Building-Cell for

ButliwiHl. Communities Condos & u, detail COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 /
50000. Call Today I c\D<1
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only "(0 10% OH
r 75000. Owner terms possible. BEAUTIFUL f Custom Built

-' m LAVERN H. OUTLAW CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat & air. Insulated Windows
/< >.- L.J::! Broker 38000. Installed

REALTOR 640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly, OF NORTH .
roraw Ask Fos : growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200

David L. Dodge per acre) I. Tilt-In For

Master Senior Appraiser eDAVIS STREET. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. FLORIDA

964.4522 M.mb.rofMel. ....n. SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000. Cloning
of Master AppnelseneSTARKE. ,

Complete Property Appraisal Service COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE 964-6766 .

South 301 Plaza Farms eHomes .Business eland George W. Roberts. ..roker'U.60n

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A. Golnes. CSM. Salesman/Appraiser E. St.
Open Monday thru Friday 8:30a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Terry
964.41/1 Evening Starke, Fla. __
Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. TF

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MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKi 1980 CHEVY PU New 350 engine Shop & I 11 1Speclol I
TWO MOBILE HOMES on Orlttls Loop. 2 Customized 4000. Call 1.376.1866 Compare TREE SERVICE
Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. and 3 bedrooms. Deposit. No CARPETS: Home or Office
R.cr.otlonol pets (G'vllle) between 8 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. Insurance for
v.hlcl. w.lcom. Phone *
9648816. Itpd 43KITCHENETTES 3/27 tfn.COLLECTORS. Removal
964.7498.9/16 tin Mobil.Home Parks .473-3857
: lurnlshed, TV, all
ITEM 1955 Cadillac tfn
EFFICIENCIES, studios and On. BR All types of homeowners Trimming
opartmerits. utilities
lurnlshed. Day or weekly Eldorado
excellent condition. 4ttt..Httttt4ttttttVACUUM
EI.ctrlclty Included Low week Underwood Motel, 3'/i miles N. of ALSO, 1978 Chevrolet El Camino policies for Stump Removal
ly. monthly rot... Palm. mobile homes
Aportm.nt., Starke on 301. Itchg 4/3 Please call 13056556515. 86.68
2314 N. T.mpl. Av. tin NICE :3 BEDROOM apartment with stove 1983 CUTLASS SUPREME dependable, Call for Quote Firewood ,

NOW BA TAKING For APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 arid fridge.lit floor, no pets. ALSO 1 AM/FM, cruise, AC nothing .do'4'n., Olin's Mobile Free Estimate
opt more Information coillak.Butl.r .
BR, same 964.8498.4/3TF loan .
Assume of $5900. 485.1530 "ves.
Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month 4/3 2tpd 4/10 473.7097 473-7679

Housing 6/7 tfnchg and up. Call Susan F. Reddish BrokerOwner 1972 FORD WORK VAN low mileage, Home Sales After 5 P.M. SALE
NO DEPOSITS utilities lurnlshed
IBR at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF asking $2500. Also 2 mag wh..I.',"4
apartments with kitchens, located next CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent On Elaine Keystone Heights
lugs, $50 each 5 good radial tires, M. Olin Agent '
to Tenneco>> station In downtown NEW USED
Highway 16 W. Clos. to
15xP215 $150. 18 ft. boat troll.r.talld.n Licensed.& Insured
Stark. $50-$75 per week. Call 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg axle (drop) $650. Coll 473.3412 964.5606 TF tin We Finance Our Own
964.5139 day. or 964.6566 ev... 12/5TF NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown eves and weekends Itpd 4/3 wwv.- KIRBYS
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now Law office on E. Call St. If you or. Interested
available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 It. lit renting this office and ROYALS
ceilings, lights, power new reduced selecting carpet and having input Into EUREKAS
rat... 9648848. 1/9TF renovating It, call 964-6305, John IIOOVERS
p.r night. From $35 per week. Discount FOR RENT uk fcALE Like new, 3 BR, 1 QUEENS
offered for longer term. Apply in per bath block house on 2.6 acres. SEARS

son Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across 9645445. 2/13TF will take of FOR SALE ITEM and COMMERCIALWe
from Post Office. TF THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent, a picture your run repair all makes
LARGE BR HOUSE 1 bath CH/A, stove; .
outside city limits 964 861* or
refrigerator. Suitable for* couple or 9647619. 3/13 4tchg 4/3 in the with for AI Young'sSince
small family $350/month. Call FOot RENT IN CITY 5 BR mobile home paper a complete description only $12.00

964.7826.2/20 TF CH/A complete kitchen $385mo.Call 1957
EFFICIENCY APT.I Two room., comp?.
964.4060. 3/20 4tpd 4/10
furn., no children 78233458. 2/20TF 4 BR. 2 BATH HOUSE new carpet new If don't sell the item 964.6918
LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house m
with CH/A, paint In the country 9646664. 3/27 rjf, you 3 Miles north of

stove and relrlgerator. Suitable for 4tpd 4/17. Hi. foH L ,t... r Starke on US 301
couple or small family $350 month. LOT FOR RENT 1 acre, mobile home lot ..... : tin
Call 9647826. 3/13TF in Starke, phone 964.4238.3/21 TFN. / r the first week, we will
3 BR HOUSEi CH/A, family room with ROOM FOR RENT 1 or 2 people Nan-
fireplace utility storage room, large '
smoker/nori-drlnker. Private Bath \ 0
screen porch, all appliances, lenced W/WO kitchen priv. Write P.O. Box re-run it each week
back yard, 1 yr. lease and deposit. 1332. Staike. 3/27 2tpd 4/3.
$375 per month. 1021 W. Pratt St., CLEAN MOBILE HOME: furnished. Lawn
96.8073.3/6 TF Trimmed FREE. In city, no pets. -T for only $2.00 week
1 OR 2 BR APARTMENTS: $275 per 9648810. Itpd 4/3 {<
month. Unfurnished. Phone 9645081. CLOSE IN: 3BR apt with outdoor living
106 N. Church St., Starke. Itchg 4/3 space. Recently remodeled, Inside
NEWLY DECORATED everything lurnlsh Carpets, drapes, mlnlbllnds. Irostlreerelrlgerator. 964-6305 NOW !
ed. Will accept one child no pets Garbage service, and
Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple, Stork.. antenna services Included In rent L
4/3TF 964.8601. 4/3 TF
TWO TRAILERS One BR each Electricityluriiiblitfii. THREE BEDROOM House in country with 1983 DODGE CHALLENGER: fully loaded. Phone

Nwai Graham., $60 per all the conveniences. NE 12th Ave., 782.3971.Itpd 4/3
week. 485-1371 Itchg 4/3 964.5232 days, 964-6849 eves Itpd 4/3
FOUR BEDROOM two story house, 315 N.
Walnut St. $350 per month 964.8404.
Itchg 4/3 __,, '::' FOR SALE OR LEASE: Commercial building, 3,000
JUST REFINISHED 2 BR trailer furnished
e square feet. SR 21 between Keystone Heightsand e
on private lot, quiet neighborhood. No "r w4 Melrose Will divide. 473.4846.4/34tpd 4/24
pets, no children 9645739. 4/3 2tpd

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I Land Clearing II I Starke Area

I 2 BR HouseUnfurnished

: 964-8063 I II nv- : .r r eB
CHEVY LUV AC tinted windows AM/FM
I Central Heat/Air 1980 : i

II I 301 North of Starke cassette, looks good centerline wheels. $3,200. .,.

I I 964-6477 : Phone 964-5810 days Phone 473-3202 after 5 p.m. Itpd 4/3 __

964-6566 eves
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4/3 lipd 4/10 I I "I'd Q3 --"-- -- ---- SEELIG

II I I '-- - -- --. ----..-..--.-- Janet M. j SMALL CRANE SERVICE ['- .... ....--..--......--

I Starling 18" Auger B.C.Y.A. BINGOLast I ?

For Pole Setting 2 NightsThursday
Tim's Custom Cabinets 'I : Realtor Jack E. Sellig 964.4225 Apr. 3
4':3 t' ./24
f corner lot, 2 bldgs. curra"I'f' Saturday, Apr. 5 I r
fiew Construction *Remodeling ,, 1 rented 50000.
*Cabinets Tlle Ceilings I *2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, 29900. .CRYSTAL LAKE H.S. stone '

*Cut Brick or Stone Stucco *Drywall I HOUSE) U MOVE) Make offer and cedar 3 BR 2 ba, Building and Land

*Mobil Home Underpinning(Skirting) .... I with REDUCED older TO home 39.900, beautiful 1.8 ACRES pecan fireplace, 3 car garage Ig. Equipment, Etc. For Sale

In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone IIII! j trees lot. Phone 964.8324
Free Estimates [ OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE) .CENTER ST. Excellen* buy 1

Call Tim Thompson Reduced to $13.900.1.6 acres, 12x60 BR, 1 Ba, $25,000. Itpd 43 or 964.4168 :11 I :

till MH. $39,000. ... .. .
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964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves | *15 ACRES Older home arid DW :11 :
TF I mobile home, 47500. BR 1 ba on 1 acre, CH/A, 4

11.9 ACRES 1 Well 3 septic tanks stall barn & tack room.

I pond pole barn. $33,500 OWNER WILL HOLD 2nd 1
15 ACRESi $12.500 10 ACRES u
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Area 9.74 ac.
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC: r I -4 25000.. ACRES Excellent Hwy 225 Terms.A. $12.500. ranch:: : Lawtey with 2091 sq. ft. brick S m LAVERN H. OUTLAWI'

i VERY NICE) In Lawtey 50000. veneer home.MATHEWS. Broker
2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned pFAtton
commercial $65,000.
i *50 Ac.$50OOO. Full-Time Associates

lB.I I 964-5065 1 r ((904)) 782.3931 REALTY | DAVID L. DODGE, MSA KAY C. WATERSRev
P.O. Drawer .I-STA KE. :Ft._
301 S. Lawtey 964-4469 I --- Designated Appraiser 964.6941

REALTOR We esnCnng ..._......... __ -.. 4,3Available South 301 Plaza Res. 964-5370 PATTY KAY ELDER
: '
OPAL DICKSON Res. 533.2965
Open Man. thru Fri.
,A houses: Re. 964-7333 SUZANNE KITCHENS
8:30 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.
FOR LEASE Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A. R. KITE Res. 964.7630Res.

A13..3 April 15
Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business
Located on Hwy. 301 one block-South of S.R. 100 S Your Full Service Real Estate Office
4800 Ft. Building
.- *A HOME THAT DARES TO BE DIFFERENT situated on 2 acres 1 1700 It. featuring

BUILDING LOT 3BR's, 2 Bo's, den, llv rm. kit, din. rm, dbl insulated windows rng., refrg, DW
*SUMMER IN THE AIR: enjoy your own lake lot cm crysWtleor I: swimming lake. Formerly Suzuki Shop F CHSA dble carport w/storagebidg. Priced to sell at $73,200. Add I acreage avail.
'*BUILD YOUR COUNTRY HOME on V/ acres, $ ,500."Owner financed. .. *FOR LEASE OR SALE) 3BR, 2 baths, on. 2 acres, CH/A. w/fireplace. Near FSP and

*JO'/i BEAUTIFUL ACRES with oak and pecan treat. paved road frontag., only 301 South Lawtey Correctional 49900.
$1900 per ocr. Ac4SNewUS *PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION) abutting. the Bradford Square Shopping

*COUNTRY CLUB ESTATE) 7.3 acres, well and septic tank, around corner from Center, $32,700.
the Country Club and ready to build on.RESIDENTIAL. \1'0t1\ SHOPPING CENTER *LOOK ME OVER I Coll for oppt. to see this beautiful 3 BR. 2 Ba home featuring a
WALMART formal LR. OR fam. rm. w/fireplace, arid. large kitchen.. In city- best location.
OVER 1600 FT. highway frontage, New River area approx. 2', acres of excellent

*STARTER HOME on 1.69 acres, 2 BR, 1 Ba, fenced low $30t. land. $28,000.
*PEACE AND QUIETi In this 'Isolated 2.5 acres and.home completely remodeledand *EXCELLENT BUY Large home on 1.76 acres, cleared for garden. Separate well &
Buyer Protected. BULLDOZER WORK WANTEDCall septic tank for MH., $38.000.
*BEST BUYi 1200 sq. ft. of living space, brick veneer hear town and country *MANICURED LOTS ((2))) with trees, ready to build on. or put MH on.
964.5606 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE) :2 lots for $5500. Good buyl I
club. $32.000.KINGSLEY ((904))
LAKE HEIGHTS cottage.and 5 lots off SR 230 convenient to Camp *3 BEDROOM HOME) three.car garage on 21 acres, including 19 acres ol nearly

Standing and Stark., room to expand an this large site ONLY 32000. mature pine.. Only $72,900.
IMMACULATE BR 2 Ba MH with all the extras or) V4 acre, priced to sell Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. NOT *LIGHT INDUSTRY city water and sewer just less than 1 acre, $25.000,

*HWY. leWs brick frame 3 BR, 2 Ba, fenced back yard only 41000. Conveniently *3 DOUBLEWIDES on 20 acres. Paved Rd. OWNER WANTS ACTION!
located. HANDYMAN SPECIAL only. 17600.
*AFFORDABLE LIVING) This neat and. clean 2 BR, 1 both Is In a quiet
*COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre with over 2100 sq. ft. of living space. 3 BR, 2 Ba r----------------- 1
and You should about this I neighborhood minutes from town. Only $24,900.
brick veneer Ig. workshop garage. Inquire one
lot with ROUTE AVAILABLE COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick 3 BR, 2 bath, eat-In. kitchen., LR. Family roam, sun
AREA beautiful
*KINGSLEY LAKE large trees nicely landscaped yard. I I
3 BR 2 ba MH with 2 large porches built only. porch large lot. Owner anxious
Beautiful 3 BR 2 bath chain link fenced
*REDUCED HAS EVERYTHING 3 BR, 2 Ba, Immaculate. DBL wide, has beautiful | Florida Times Union motor route available in *SOUTHGATE AREA contemporary
sell for
with deck, double? Check this Priced to only 52900.
appliances, fireplace, pool workshop, garage.
j, Starke-Lake Butler Area. *COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE) but convenient to city. You can have up to 29
out. with this beautiful 3 BR 2'/i bath home with ,
beautiful spacious
acres many many
*HWY. 100 West frame 2BR 1 Ba on very nice tree shaded lot, 28000. I Must have reliable transportation, telephone and .
-*LET US SHOW YOU this one of a kind house Stark. on W. Madison St., over bond '
be able to post $250 cash deposit. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only $17.500.
4500 ft. living area plus porches and garage, patios.
sq. Ave. I II *LAKEWOOD AREA) Executive home In on exclusive area with access to Crosby
I at 1605 N. Temple ,
. *COUNTRY AIR Homeslte, convenient to Raiford and Starke, Call 964.5165 or apply Lake Quality construction. throughout. 4 bedroom 2 bath with many. amenities.
, *PRIVACY On your own mini farm with remodeled 2 bedroom. Minutes from
} Starke. 4/3 i Reduced to 99000.
Stark., Waldo and Keystone. -------------a--- a 10 ACRES 20 ACRES and 25 ACRES) all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hay
*INCOME will make your payment. You realize the tax benefit. 2 BR, rented
Hwy 325 S. Hampton.
or grazing.
now. In good shape, stable area. Less than 20000. COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 2 parcels to choose from.
Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
*5 ACRE MINI-FARM) land in pasture, 3BR 2Bo super kitchen 71900.
Sales Manager REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Evenings 944-4041 CYPRESS MULCH *CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake, large OW mobile home, 3/2 new

double-pane windows, owner financed 34500.
L, Faulkn.r 944-5142 Tom Bemenf 964.6439 BARKYou BRING ON THE HORSES R CATTLE) 49 acres, house on highway. Priced right excellent
Lewis Young 94-7525 Marty Russell 473.7694 & PINE terms

Lee Hardenbreok 944-4527 Karen Adams 944-4002 *FOREST HEIGHTS) on 16 West/ acre building 1 lots, owner financed.
*.. pick-up or We deliver *HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. 8 Flume Rd. Owner financed
LEE HARDENBROOK APPRAISALS *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES) 3/2. eat-In kit., great room carport, owner fin. $11,500.
+M.6527COMMERCIAL Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery *ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES) 15 lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. .'

.. CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery *4 Acres, high and dry with lots
RESIDENTIAL of trees, close to Sampson Lak.5 Acres on 100 West.
Rentals Available We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
Carol Warner REALTOR ASSOC. 964.6649 Thinking/ Buying or Selling? Call ml! I.
Property Management DivisionS tIn

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/Keystone Heights Ads A .f Union County AdsNOTICE HOW'S THE FAMILY?

-- by Rev Ed Kirkland


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub STORY MASONARY BUILDING 139E The Dangers of Pressure on a Marriage
roundl oak table
Antique junk,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
".i"ed, '<> the Lake Region' Monitor ofti Coll St.. Storke. Fl. Clyde W. Simp- clothes, antique bed. Saturday, April, to the Union County Times office It's just possible that you've never told anyone your marriage in in trou- .
u in wilting' and paid, In advanceUMO.S sou. 35b 6849. 4tchg 43.24CARSTRUCKS 9 A.M. to 4 P.M., cancel rains Worthington In writing arid paid In advance ble. Maybe you're not even sure if it is in trouble. Okay, the first thing we

with,| this,credit office.MONIIOR ," .is already established Springs, 4962554. Itpd. 4/3 unless credit Is already establishedwith need to do is some simple analysis. Don't worryits painless, only takes a'
Two party Saturday April 5, In War. this office. few moments and, best of all, it isn't going to cost you a single cent.
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Ihlnglon by Mary's Florist, 8 A.M.-until. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD What we need to do is look for some "pressure points" In your marriage.
IASSII ItDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Itchg. 4/3 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Things that are building up. In fact, they may be just beginning to bulge
IHb IH PHONE. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Still, the number of pressure points in your marriage directly relates to the

C lopsided, deadline is Tuesday noon 1983 TRANS-AM loaded with INSURANCEMAINES THE TELEPHONE. chances you have for a happy, long-lasting relationship with your partner.To .
pi '''Pin' lliuisda' publication. everything. 8495. 473-3360 9-5 or Classified deadline Is TUESDAY save you some time, and since we are obviously not sitting in my office
Minimum cliaicje I ib IS words for $2.75 473-1468 evenings and weekend 4tchg INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S. NOON, prior to Thursday publication. looking at each other, let me suggest a few of the most common problems for
'I LCI" lOcentsloi each word hereafter 3/13.4,3 Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. Minimum, charge is 15 words 'for$2.75 you to consider. Now remember, as you read through this list of items, you
81 CHEVY CITATION Hatchback Complete Insurance Service tfri Jhen 10 cents for each word thereafter need to honextly evaluate whether or not that particular subject is a sore

cylinder, 4 speed A/C PS/PB. AM/FM spot in your home.

Radio, cassette Good condition $2800. LAND FOR SALETen 1. WORK. That's right, your job or jobs Because so much time is spent

PERSONAL SERVICES 473 7720. Itchg 4/3 FOR SALE every week in our jobs, when we are having problems they almost always
1968 FORD r-100 RANGER pick-up. V-8 4 come home. They may range from being too committed to your job and not
automatic, no rust clean mud tires Acres with 3 mobile homes Block Dining room table and six chairs. Call enough to your marriage all the way to the exact opposite
$1 250. 473 7618. l Itpd 4/3 storage shed pond, trees $38,000.
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 496-3206 after 6 P.M. It. 3/20 2. FINANCES Undoubtedly, financial pressures are one of the primary
FORD F-350 V 4 low hole Call 4962600. 3/20 4'chg. 4/10
Hand rubbed nil finishes. Call Joe 1980 8. speed
UKC coon dogs Call Louie Noegel for information pressure points in any relationship. Especially if you are newly married. SItdown
12ft YOlk ,tail body. 6 new tiies cleats One to ten acres In Wortlilngton area.
4132'>71 2-27 tfnchg
collect calls. and look need financial ad-
at 496-0091 no at your situation realistically. If you some
$4 000. 4/3 /618 01 475 3060. 1 Itpd 4/3 Call 4962540. I tchg. 4/3
SINGI ES I that someone special
3/27 2lchg. 4/3 vice seek it. Go to counselor credit in
a your pastor or a consumer agency
> 1979 F-100 CUSTOM PICKUP 3 speed
'I" qlLakeside I Club Rt. 2
?<> | Singles
Strawberrln-Rog.r's Farm Open 8 A.M. Jacksonville could
Gainesville. and
or It doesn't cost you anything save
wilt overdrive., Clear $2,300. 473 7618
B ? /Ml.1 Melr"S.. TL 32666. Send for FOR RENT Mon.-Sat. U-pick $.40 a Ib.--Picked berries more than credit rating.
oppi." 0'''''' ages 18 to 60. 3 13 tfnchg 01' 475 3060 Itpd 4 3 your
LAWN CARE SERVICE Mowing raking, 1974 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 speed cold $6.50 a fIat--Dlrecllons--Go 3 miles 3. CHILDREN Yes, once again, those wonderful little smiling faces appear -
)h'ming Call 415 2349. 4'pd 3/13 4 3 all condi. tinted, windows. Sharp. $750. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR south of Lacrosse on 121 to N.W.. 22, don't they? Let me just mention some of the problems as they relate to
MOWING-TRIMMING Edging and all 413 618 I'pd 4 3FOR RENT: Union' CountyTimes. 150 turn containers-Coll right, s'rowberry for field on left.orders Bring the subject at hand. The first is the question of when and how many childrento

'yt i->. of lawn walk., Lawn Setui Main, Street, Lake Butler. Phone or Information at 4621772.picked 3/27 2tpd. have. Believe it or not, this can really cause problems for a newly married
> 4134512 4'pd 3 1343 SALE 496 2261 for Information tfn 4/3 couple.The .

.IANDYMAN SERVICE Garden, roto --- --- ---------- One two and three bedroom mobile Bridal Wreath $2.00. Silver Dollar really big question... what to do with the ones you already have. This

',01"9" VOId woik maintenance.ifpciii 220 SO. FT. 1 X 41 and G Cypress, $110. homes. All electric, central heat and Eucalyp'us, $10.00. Contrary, Mary's gets very complicated if they are from another marriage and are not respon-
Tree timiming' and lemoval.Hciuln.g 4/5 2555 Itchg 4 3 air, cable TV. Boske'boll and Garden., S'. Rd. 121 lacrosse ding to their step-parent as you feel they should, which they almost never do.
Any kind of' odd lob 473 3321. USED KENMORE Seals, washer ,needs playground. Pines Call 4962366. 4621561. Closed Sunday and. Monday As wonderful as your children may be, they can prove to be a serious
J- hyJ1343, small lepaii. 473 4274. Itpd' 4/3 SRI21 Lake Butler. 1/9 tfii/chg. 4/3 2'chg. 4/10 pressure point in your relationship. Remember, this is not their fault. Don't
HODGES ENGRAVING and TROPHIES JOHN DEERE TRACTOR 1120 power Office and Warehouse space located in Hotpoint refrigerator Excellent. condition take it out on theminstead try to work it out with your husband or wife.

*.' 'e' r display ad in, the Monitor and steering, 6 box blade and mower. Union County TInes, Building at 150 $125. Call 496 3540, af'er 4 P.M. 4. PREVIOUS MARRIAGES Unless you are exceptional, and I mean real- ,
iYellow Pages 473-3671. 3 20UPHOLSTERY West Mali Call 496.2261, for more Information ly if mate the of divorce
$4000 Coll 473 2/30. 43 tfnchg 4/3 2tclig. 4,0AIplicatiol1s exceptional, you or your are product a or you are
f' Ig' 4 X 10' ALUMINUM roof ing' 01 siding; 14' It 2/27 widowed, you will have to deal with the past. If you have not been able to
Cushions, choirs' 9 trusses with, 2 overhang: 12' 4" New Two Bedroom mobile home Furnished openly discuss the past, and come to grips with it, then your future will con-
'" I lies, compels. Addison Upholstery! X4 8 10'. 4732217. near school, no pets. Call
trusses 4 by or tinue to be dominated by it. Be carefuldon't ignore this one.
41 J 2452 3 20 Ifnchg 496 3305 after 4:30: P.M. 4/3 clog."",
4'pd 4 3 24 5, HABITS. That's right, the little things that absolutely l drive you crazy,
TWO MATURE PROFESSIONALN living three miles from lake
Country For like leaving clothes on the floor, parking the car wrong, driving too fast, wat-
s'nlgia 01 Gospel Musicians" for A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Butler Two bedroom mobile home
pi' o'e dome parties or larger go'her- Run a picuie of. your for sale item In $120 a month. Call 4962600. 3/20 Smith Scholarships ching the wrong things on television (all the time). It may be the way they

qs THE DEWBERRY 904 659 2678. our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For 4'chg. 4/10 Charles Francis, Director of Stu- squeeze the toothpaste. I think the manufacturers thought they would help

1'.1932043 udn call 964 6305.HOUSES. Quiet Country Living large four bedroom dent Services, announced that applications the American marriage by introducing the toothpaste pump. However, now

CARPEICLEANING Deeps'eaniextrac! home recently remodeled. $250 a are now available for the it's going to be overiwho keeps losing the top.
luck moun'ed equipment. C S B FOR SALE mnii'h. In Wor'liington area call Foster Shi-Mary Anne Smith As you read over this list, if you felt your blood pressure rising at some

i. ARI'bT CLEANING. Keystone Heights. 496 3022. 1 Itchg. 43PERSONAL Scholarships. This scholarship pro- point, then you hit on a pressure point in your marriage. Why not do yourself,

J J 11 Hi. HALF OFF ON SCOT- 2 BEDROOM. 1 BATH C/B home. Walk. gram was implemented in 1985 your husband or wife and your children a favor. Admit the pressure is there

( HGUARD. 6'pd 3 20 4 24 lug' dis'ance, *o town or school. $30,000. SERVICESSeptic through donations made by the and learn now to let off the steam. Whatever you do, don't just sit around and
DYKES SERVICE CO. Repair A C and is", down payments $2119.84 per Smith family. wait for it to blow!

'I| i appliances. Sell used apr trumlh. 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 3tpd Applications are available from Ed Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located on
i cos Well service' subinet sable 3/20.4/3 Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks- the School Board Office, the Starke- Hwy. 16 at Kingsley Lake. If you would like to see a particular need discussed

i (I |le' pumps' 473 3085. 4tpd BY OWNER $5000 and assume 10% installment New sep'ic tanks drain (lines lift, s'a- Santa Fe Center, and the financialaid In this column, you may call his office at 533-2018 or write to: HOW'S THE
>1I 17 mortgage. 473-7619 after tions and pump out tanks. Af'er 7 office of Santa Fe FAMILY Kingsley Lake Baptist Rt. 1, Box 586 Starke. Fla. 32067.1i8.
HOUSE CLEANING In Keystone, and 3/27-4/24 A.M.. Call 2752268. Afer 7 P.M., Call
4 m. 5tpd
College. These shouldbe
Me j >be 01 eas. Reasonable ro'es. Ask WATERFRONT 275 219/ tfiichg. 1/23 applications
I i ra"te or Boibaro. 473-7706. Itpdi Handyman work done, by the hour or by completed and returned by May
IIHOUSE 3 BR, 3 BA, great room, he lob. All work guaranteed. Call 1. 1986 to the FOSTER SHI AND
CH AC beau'
CLEANING Reasonable ra'es, dully landscaped very 4311445. 3/27 tfnMOBILE MARY ANNE SMITH SCHOLAR
serene $69.500 by owner. 4752546.
Jays 01 .igli's.' 4733629. 2'pd 327.43TRACTOR 4'pd 4'324 SHIP FUND, BRADFORD COUNTY -
WORK Roads scraped mow- HOMES SCHOOL BAORD 582 N. Temple

'I l and roto tilling' 4732330. 10'pd Ave., Starke, FL 32091.
J 21 5 29 LAND FOR SALE Four Scholarships will be awardedin

NEED TYPING DOMES Reasonable, effi- 1980 14'x60' mobile home Two bedroom the amount of$500.00. These funds
i.mipu'er, pr udout" le"er qualify.S LAKE LOT Hillcrest, lake. 13500. 1 3/4 bah central heat and air. will be used for tuition, textbooks, w
? ;SO per page. Call 473 4648 and Owner will finance. $164 per month Assume payments of $166 a mon'h. and related materials. To apply for ,
r- ebsage.i Will re'uncall. 'fnchgi 473 4367 tfnchg.' 12'6 Call 496-3316 afar 5 P.M. Itchg. 4/3 the scholarships, a Bradford County
i il near trawberriesRed
student must complete the requirements -
RN WILL PROVIDE CARE for the elderly Keys'one Golf Course. By owner $4000 MISCELLANEOUSFree for an Associate of Artsor
cosh. 4752598 3'pd 3'27-4/10
i 'e ;dome Price includes proles-
Science Degree in the Florida
aI! care meals, laundry activities LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
i d a'l'' amem'ies." ,, For fur'lier forma arre wooded lo'. $17,500. Call 473-7162 mixed german shepherd male and Community College System or two Ripe and Ready for Your Freezer
all 475 1951. 6tchg 4 35/8" after 5. 3 27 -fnchg mixed toy collie female to good ((2) years under-graduate work in

COUNTER TOPS formica door homes. Good with children or elderly the University System. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
i 'enonce, all interior-exterior MOBILE HOMESFOR less 'haii, 1 year old. Had all puppy The Selection Committee shall
"cpans Quality work at reasonable sho's. Call 431.1530 1'fr. 43CARS.TRUCKS meet prior to, and announce winnerson

i HS No job too small. Calli or before July 1 each year. All WAINWRIGHT PRODUCE
i 473 3475. 2'chg 41310MISCELLANEOUS SALE 12 X 65 mobile home 3 BR ', aspects of the application will be i J
I', bo'h. 4734200. 2tpd 4/3.10 considered, but the final decision
\twill be determined by need.1k U.S:' 301 North -'Sfarkc?' tV ,

POSITION WANTFD 1953 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 Very good
Starke Farmers Market
cnndi'ion, needs shocks only $1,350.
PACK RAT buy. sell and trade collect-!
SECRETARY/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT negotiable. Call 496-3587, Lake Bu'ler.
I D e 'en q osswate jewelry and much more.C position, desired. Well organized and l'pd.4/3
e see for yourself. One mile east versatile, excellent skills. Experiencedwith 1984 Cadillac Cimarron 14,500 plus I
I Keystone Heights on Highway 100. computers, word processor bookkeeping miles. Like, New. Tilt wheel cruise,
4132183 320 tfnchg Debbie Perrlne, 378-0327 ou'oma'ic. $9.300., firm. Call 496-3587, LL
RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP. Man-Fri evenings, or P.O. Box 114, lake Bu'ler. Itpd. 4/3 FT

M *o open. Will be taking In items Florahome,, FL 32635. 2tchg 3/27.4/3 Cadillacs, Mercedes, Porsche, ect. direc .) Be Wise. .
u I Thursdays and Saturdays for the from Government. Seized in drug s '
>x' several weeks. Highway 21 YARD SALE raids Available, your area. Save Have you ever wished that ShopPRICE.
N ,fli Keystone Heights. 4733106. Thousands $. Call 1(216)453-3000( ) Ex'. you were In a position to
own a swimming pool butweren't l
A2278. 4/3 WISE
3 20 'I"c -
FRIDAY/SATURDAY April 4th A 5th sure that you could
BINGO AMERICAN LEGION POST 9-5. North side of. White, Sands Lake on afford such a luxury? Well,
'iv.y 21 N. Sunday afternoon 25. dirt road; North of Keystone' on HOMES having YOUR OWN pool
jAiURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock with a Highway' 21 to 352: follow signs. Tools, doesn't require a 'fortune
SAX JACKPOT. Open to public., 5tchg miscellaneous household items Itpd anymorel! With the modern
12/424) 4/3 Government Homes from $1 (U repair). construction techniques I nw
Also delinquent tax Call d ,
GARAGE SALE Fri. and Sat April 4 and proper'y. and the standardized plans
A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: 1 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. OH-1136, for Infor, that Dynamic Pools has to nilstta, r, nF
5. Golf Club Estates. Radial saw,
Wun a picture of your for sale item in ing windows, antique commode with ma'ioii. 2/13 8tpd. 4/3 offer, you can have the pool lr
ui FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For ol your dreams for a lot less
marble top and back. Furniture and
f call 964 6305. than think.
miscellaneous items. Itpd 4/3 Schenley Old
YARD SALE Saturday April 5. 6804 Prices Start At Uickel t t1 .
Deer Springs Rd. Lots of miscellaneous Government Jobs *Hr4E OFC Smuggler
$16.040 $59,230yr.Now $5,900INSTALLED Na 8
items Follow signs 1 Itchg 4/3 ? LTR
hiring. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. 'LTR
Saturday April 5 at 9 R-1136 for current federal list. 2/13 750'6 '
a.m. Hutchison Rood (Bottom of hill), I In ri' ,s tcherHt: 39lgg
CHURCH NURSERY WORKER wanted, 473-4895. 1 Itpd 4/3 8'pd. 4/3 Limited time Only! a ; fGa 775 8r

:,ur' time At least eight hours per GARAGE SALE Friday. Jasmine Ave. off With a variety of sizes and

week Sunday mornings, Sunday evenings of 21 near Keystone Beach. Girls bike, shapes to choose from istor rill ; ss
and Wednesday evenings required clothes baby things and much more. REAL ESTATE there's a beautiful Dynamic of unutr.

Apply by telephone 9304. No early birds please. 1 tchg 4/3 OUT OF AREA pool that's Just right for .
Mo", Thurs. 4733715. 2tchg 3/27.4/3 YARD SALE Saturday April 5 from 94. your home AND your ;r
NATIONAL CONCERN needs RN or LPN CR-214, last house on right before budget. This reliable Fla.
i perform medical history' local dump. Much to choose from. Itchg 4/3 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO- State Certified Contractor .
ravel necessary. Call 378 6364 between PERTY? "If I don't have it. I'll find" ItJust will take care of everything,
ask. JANE from design and Installation dp' ,, ..t". 'rlt6i,
a.m. 2 Mon.-Fri. Itchg
p.m. 496-2126 to arranging......... 1'1,. '
43 or 496-2903 eves "YOUR
FOR RENT 100% financing with
MAN TO TRAIN for assistant managerof UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn NO DOWN PAYMENT teE 3 t "ii.1Smirnoff

lumber yard. Must have experience To make new pool a beauty ol Q
week. your
A PHOTO IS 4j5 iidl 'o'
ii handling lumber and building WORTH A MILLION WORDS: summer fun,. Phone t
,materials truck driving some counter 3275129I ly plus deposit. 4733856. lOtchg Run a picture of your for sale item in 399.5685Hwy iF Vodka 80 1Pi" ,Rum, Marta
sales some maintenance, work. our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For
BR EFFICIENCY White Feather Court. 750 -
Info call ''lTR
A/ailable to work Saturdays. Prominent 9646305. 750
473 4961. 2tchg 3/27-4/3 to a
with for advancement
opportunity MElROSE AREA 2 BR and 1 BR furnished 'Tl,
Write to P. O. Box 364 Lake 199 1199
mobile homes porches. $150 8 649 :
Geneva FL 32660. All replies kept
s'nctly confidential., 2tchg 4/3-10 deposit $170 & deposit. 1-6846634. 301 South Handl'Houses.nmnnamau .
LADY NEEDED that likes to work with 3tchg
LAKE GENEVA 2 BR 1 BA ceiling fan
flowers outdoors. 4737414. Itpd 4/3 No Down
stone fireplace greenhouse, storage Payment
shed, fenced yard white sand beach

Lost deck 475.5640$500: weekends monthly. Weekdays 4751345. 9-4 4/3 Many Sizes and Styles 301 LIQUORS

$100 REWARD! Black male Labrador tlrichg 1 Mile Norl of Starke on Hwy. 301

mixed dark lost Nov. 964.8848''
spots on tongue TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across
7 on SR-100 arid Immokalee Road. 'i Bee
from lake. $155. Partially furnished.Mr. >" Hear Jackson
Answers to "Minor.' 4737162. 4/3 :
Phillips. 4737560.213 20tpd 6/26 Evenings ecK
'fnchg CW OuSP 1'S MUSIC & DANCING e Afl"Wll1e

964.4073 473.3627Mobile inLOte .
Wednesday Sunday Nights



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496.2534 Home Roofovers
Springs 'r, Protects and Insulates LOOK!

10% OFF

Sales & RepairsChain FinancingAvailable New Happy Hours

lEi n 12 Noon til 7 p.m.

Saws & LawnmowersOPEN Monday thru Friday

e Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL ALL HIGHBALLS 1.25

: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00: : Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA

Saturday 8:00: 1:00: Insulated or Storm 215 E, Call Street BEER 95c

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April 3, 19K5 B SECTION Page II

I Strawberry Stroll Set Saturday April 12

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The Starke Recreation Depart mile markers. Splits at each mile. Starke Florida 32091 in the mile race. (Not available for
3rd ment Youth Program will hold its Refreshments at the finish line. Make checks payable to: Starke age division awards). 1st, 2nd, and
annual Strawberry Stroll Saturday Recreation Department. 3rd place in the following age divi- s
April 12, 1986.The Fun Run will Pre-registration will be acceptedat The entry fee for the 5 mile run is sions: same for Men and Women 10 t
begin at 8:30: am with the 5 mile run the Starke Recreation Depart $7.00, and will be $8.00 after April 4 under, 11-14, 15-18, 19-24, 25-29,
starting at 9:00 am. It will be held in ment Old Armory (on 301 across through race day. All entrants for 30-34. 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50.59, 60 t
Downtown Starke beginning at the from the high school), open 8:30 the 5 mile run will receive a quality over. The awards ceremony will be t I II
intersection of East Call and Walnut a.m. 5:30 p.m. Monday through 50/50 T-Shirt Designed for the race. held at approximately 10:30 a,m. at t tt
Street (Parking in the Florida Bank Friday. Out-of-town runners can Runners must register before: April the Florida Bank parking lot. I
parking lot). mail completed entry form and 4. With the$1.00 entrance fee for the The race is being held In conjuc- s
The 5 mile run begins and ends in check to: Strawberry Strollco Fun Run, you will recieve a participation tion with the Bradford County Fair. t
downtown Starke, flat course, paved Starke Recreation Dept. ribbon only. For more information call (904) 1 A '
roads. Aid Stations at 1.5 and 3.5 P.O. Box 1146 Over-all male and female winners \1964-6792.

Save Up to 230

. I BC Softball Registration-; Continues through'-": May., with 11 H.P.grass rear catcher engine I rider.

It's time to begin another Softball June 6,1988. days and times: Smallfry Softball: would like to do so, please attend the '
season! This year registration will The fee this year for the T-Shirt May 19-22, 3:15: pm-4:14pm: ; Junior Clinic. + Model RE11E
be held from March 17 through May and Cap is $7.00. Your child will Softball: May 19-22, 4:15pm-S:15pm; Due to the fact that so many ';r Reg. M729.98s.1499"
17 1986. receive his/her shirt and cap before Tee-Ball May 27-29, children are involved in this pro-
Games will be played in the morn the season begins, and will be theirsto 3:15pm-4:30pm.: : On the last day of gram, the Recreation Departmentcannot
ing after school is out. The program keep. clinics,schedules will be handed out. be expected to put childrenon ''
will last through the first or second The children need to wear tennis There will be a scorekeepers clinic the same team with someone else ,
week in August. shoes or rubber cleats to play and held Friday April 4 at 3:30pm: at the unless they are brothers or sisters.
There will be three leagues: Tee- must provide their own glove. Old Armory. Anyone interested In You can put a note on your child's .; \\I"oanQ
Ball (ages 4-6), Small-fry Softball Clinics will be held in May for each keeping score for baseball and/or card if he/she needs to be on the ;:: \ %let30" SeKpa2t
(ages 6-8), and Junior Softball (ages group. It is very important for your Softball, needs to contact the same team for transportation purposes. l 1.tame COnitrOCbot a
9-12). Determining date for leagueswill child to attend. Clinics will be held Recreation Dept. at 964-6792. If you Accommodations will try to duty st ansm anced tndustd camm
be how old your child will be by at Pratt St. Field on the following rtn not. know how to keep score but be made. a heavy scion kha sehom.
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.1 Obituaries ........................................................................................................................................................................ dad with\ electric\ I '
engine,} I

Mrs. Minnie Futch lness. the Bradford Hospital following a Home. Our love goes out to each one.
Born and raised in Wausau Wisc. brief illness. The Family of Save 64000
Mrs. Minnie Griffis Futch, 100 of he attended school there and entereIthe Born in Alachua County, Mrs. Linnie Woods
Lawtey, died Friday Mar. 28 at her U.S. Navy. He later moved to Shaw moved to Brooker 28 years
residence following a long illness. Starke in 1957 where he was ago. She is the widow of the late Cyrus A. Hamlin Model GT18E

County Born, Aug.Mrs. Futch 16. 1885 was in a Bradford lifetime System employed by the Florida until Prison ill Harley Shaw and a member of the Mr. Cyrus Allston Hamlin, 82, of Reg. '3389.95
as a security guard Little Springs Primitive Baptist
resident of Park of the Palms (Keystone -
homemaker Lawtey.and a member She was of a health forced his retirement in 1974. Church at Worthington Springs. Heights), died Sunday, Mar. 30, during ...ar .
He Lutheran
and member of
was a a Survivors include several nieces 278995I'JIV"
Easter service at
Evergreen Survivors Baptist include Church. seven Disabled Veteran Post 61 of Starke. and nephews. Park of the-Palms morning Chapel. Sale

Born May I, 1003 in Lincoln, Neb., -'
daughters Margaret Pauley, Mabel end
Funeral services held Mon- '
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. were
McClcllan Mr. Hamlin moved to Park of the
Ola Starling, Elnora Inez Coleman day in the New Hope Primitive
Kapellen two Bap-
Privett, and Pauline DeVore all of daughters Mrs. Karen Davis; and tist Church in Alachua County with Palms four years ago from Ft. and garden') .0 ardeiclusi! eweights
Lauderdale. He member of
Lawtey, Gladys Pringle of Sanford was a "" %
Mrs. Charlotte Bowen, both of Elder Aubry McCormick officiating. for f yard ,
Park of the Palms retired operator
and Lois Blevins Chapel a
of Lenox, Ga.; 39 Starke; his mother Mrs. Emma Burial followed in the church and (lie dnseat.
grandchildren, 87 great grand under the direction Spanish professor and accountant, a hea""Wr' FeatureVtinder '"
of Wausau; one brother cemetery of Ar- volunteer Gils""S" artaCh"enlS. ""
worker for the VA
children and 58 great-great grand- Ralph cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. offe led ng-"
children. of Milwaukee WIsc.; two Hospital in Gainesville, the prison Pram mU & Str hi back, sP
sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Radtke of and member of the Gi for Briggs deluxe
Funeral services system a room too
were held Saturday Wausau and Mrs. Mable Zarth of Ures and a
deons International.
Mar. 29 at DeWitt C. Jones ECA turf
Chapel with Rev. James Saundersand Schofield, Wisc. Thank You Survivors include his wife, EdnaK. heavY dupl .
Rev. Cecil Crawford officiating. With deepest gratitude we extend Hamlin; one daughter, Joyce V. .
Burial followed in Dyal Cemetery Funeral services will be held thjs word of thanks for the many Hamlin of Washington, D.C.; two ..."..tk"
Thursday,Apr.3 at 11 a.m.at Archie 48" .
under the direction of Jones Funeral kind acts of sympathy expressed by brothers, Arthur of Wiscassett,
Home of Starke. Tanner Funeral Home Chapel with thoughtful friends. The food, Maine and Parker of Los Angeles, f J
Rev. Leon Odom officiating. Burial flowers, prayers and thoughts were Calif. ORIDA
will be in Santa Fe Cemetery, with all deeply appreciated and a great Funeral services were held
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of comfort to us during the sad loss of Wednesday, Apr. 2 at Park of the WE TAKE pEST \ WE
Martin E. KapellenMr. Starke in charge of arrangements. our mother.A Palms Chapel with Ernest SERVICETRADEINS
Martin Earl Kapellen, 56, of Woodhouse conducting the services. ONTROl WHAT WE SELL
Starke, died Monday, Mar. 31 at Mrs Amanda Shaw special thanks to Dr. Gianis nursing Burial was in Keystone Heights mlMICAlCO
Veterans Administration Hospital in Mrs. Amanda A. Shaw 90, of staff, Putnam Medical Sup- Cemetery under the direction of _'
Gainesville following an extended il Brooker, died Saturday morning in plies, and Archer Tanner Funeral Jones Funeral Home of Keystone. I' I

NOTICE I 539 E. Call Street Starke Call 964-5745 I

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Section 197.222, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayerwho
elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based upon an estimated
tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property In the preceding .


First Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment
shall be made not later than June 30, 1986. A taxpayer
the first Installment payment in order to participate
In:: tIS":plan.

N Second, Installment Payment One ment quarter shall be of made the not total later estimated than September taxes discounted 30, 1986.4Va%. Pay N M 0 n t h I Y P a Y m e n t S

Third Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one.half of any
a adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability 0 $ oo $ oo

T discounted 31. 1986.3%. Payment shall be made not later than December T From 1 6 5 to 2 3 9

Fourth Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.
I No 1987.discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31 I

C If you have not received an application to pay 1986 taxes by installment and It Is C

your Intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the application 0 P ft
E below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to May 1. 1986. E 0 W n a Y m e
The absolute deadline for filing the application is April 30, 1986. Any application
filed after April 30 will not be considered. The postmark on application mailed to .
the tax collector shall determine if the application was timely mailed. Additionalapplication $ 00 $ 00

forms may be obtained ESTHER from the S.tax HALL.collector's office as listed below: From 4 7 5 to 91 0

Mail completed application to: Tax Collector

FL. 32091

____________________ ____ DCTACH _______________________


I hereby make application to participate the Installment Property I. D. No._ __ ______
payment plan for the 1986 tax year. Legal Description as it Appears on the 1985 Tax No-

SIGNATURE DATE* tic* Receipt: Price Includes I I

Name title and homeowners Insurance
Addrcw Delivery, set-up, tags,


Florida Law requires that your estimated taxes must be more than $100.00 In order to participate In the Installment -
Payment Plan. If your estimated taxes for 1986 are $100.00 or less you do not qualify for this plan. at
You must make the first installment payment not later than June 30th In order to participate In this plan.
Once you have elected to participate In the Installment payment plan by tlmoly paying the first payment you are
required! to continue participation for the tax year. If you elect to discontinue participation you will not be en-
titled to receive the discounts provided by Law. Installment payments that become delinquent shall be paid with
the next Installment payment. Discounts shall not be allowed on delinquent payments. S T A R K E HOUSING I CENTER 1

__________ ______________ DCTACH _______________________

If you nave any questions, please contact the Tax Collector's Office the following location): Hwy 301 Just South of Starke

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KHHS Indian Baseball Team Wins Big Victory Aagainst Bolles Bulldogs

Hy ,d l.nkl+ 'rinllmIMT "Daryl looked real sharp today, he The Indians return home Tuesday, Taylor beat out an infield single, he punched a single into left field, ning, walking nine batters that provo
stall' Writer had good control and really set their April 8 for a contest with Pierson- then went to second on a throwing scoring Taylor, ed to be the difference in the
The KliMS boy sbaseball team got batters down when he had to," In- Taylor, a team KHHS lost to on the error Matt Geiger was up next and The Indians scored the winningrun balleame.\
back on the winning track with an dian Head Coach Jim Gawriluk commented road 5-1 March 24. After that the Indians in the top of the sixth after both
exciting 2.1 victory over perennial after the game. "It was niceto travel to Orange Park for a rematch teams had failed to advance any
power Bolles Tuesday in the second play a 2A team for a change." of a 5-3 loss in Keystone runner for three innnmgs! The Indians were highlighted
round of the Clay County invitational Indeed. March 27 Then arch-district rival Brian Everts drew a wulk, then defensivly by a pair of nice plays by
tournament The Indians have a monster Clay invades the KHHS field for a stole second and went on to third on shortstop Eric Taylor and a supurb,
KHHS ace Daryl Taylor regainedthe schedule this year, playing just game April 11 a wild pitch Aaron Stanley was up diving catch in cenlerfield and the by bases
control he lost! during a 6.4 loss to three different 2A clubs and facing3A Bolles picked up their only run next and he lined a hard grounder Grilhot with two outs ,
5A Buehol/ last week, by hurling a and above schools the rest of the Tuesday in the first inning on a prof through the shoitstops's legs, scoring loaded in the third inning
three-hitler against! the Bulldogs, way. singles, then Taylor got tough and Everts on the plav
striking out ]lour and issuing only one That schedule has taken its toll on shut them down the rest of the way The Orange Park game was
walk while going the distance the season record so far, now standing with some fine defensive help in- Malt Geiger and Eric Taylor had another comeback effort by the Indians
Taylor starred in a similar outing at 7-8 after the Bolles win, but cluding two throw-outs at second by two hits each for KHHS which came up just short
last season when the Indians upset could payoff big dividends when the catcher Terry Harvin against the visiting 5A squad. Two
Bollles in Jacksonville by an identical Indians enter post-season competi- The Indians got on the Scoreboardin ; In the 6.4 loss to Buehol/, the In- Indians hit homeruns in the contest,
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2-1 score tion, the top of the third when Eric 1't deficit fought their way back from a a long shot into cenlerfield by Aaron
6.1 to make it close in the final
innings Stanley and a blast in deep right
field by Brian Everts,who also had a
Daryl Taylor went 3-4 at the plate double in the contest in a 2-4 performance -
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many as 10,000 calls a year are trouble or needed police, fire or ment usually called to me scene 01 in North Florida, they may be usedin
an indication that people are letting medical assistance. Radio- accidents other areas," said Bob Freeman,
their 'fingers do the walking' and not controlled boxes are placed at one- The veteran operator says as assistant state traffic operations
their legs. mile intervals along the roadway. many as 800 calls a month have been engineer for DOT.
That is the number of calls sent When a button on the call box is received by the Lake City office In Freeman said DOT is now con-
r{ state wide over the Motorist Aid pressed, a signal is sent out which is the system's 14-year history, but tracting for a similar system to be
w System more commonly known as received at a Florida Highway says calls are now down to about 300 placed along the isolated Alligator
'call boxes.' Patrol station. 400 monthly. Alley (soon to be a part of 1-75)) in
Because of the success of the To prepare for expansion into A first test system was installed in South Florida.
system in rural interstate areas"of Alachua, Marion and Sumter counties 1972 along 1-75 from the Georgia line Improvements to call boxes in
North Flrida, an expansion into Central new communication equipmenthad to US-90 at Lake City. In 1976. it was North Florida included concrete
Florida just has been com- to be placed in the patrol stations expanded down to the Santa Fe pads poured around the base so they
pleted, making it the longest con- in Gainesville and Ocala. The River at the Columbia/Alachua could be easily accessible to the han
tinuous series of call boxes in the call processing console, already in county line. At the same time a dicapped in wheelchairs.
world. use in the Lake City patrol station, system was also placed along MO Existing call boxes also were
The Florida Department of was updated to include a video from the Nassau/Duval county line respaced to every mile, excludingrest
Transportation (DOT) funded the screen which identifies the specific to the Suwannee/Madison county areas and intersections where
$1.5 million project which refurbished location and respondent, and a \line.The 24-hour service was available saidF.
1I. 238 existing call boxes in four printer for a permanent record of all latest expansion, begun in M. Lynch, chief radio technicianin
counties along Interstates 10 and 75 calls. February of 1985 and installed by DOT'S second district who over
and placed 124 new ones in Alachua, Doyle Carmichael, chief radio Jack B. Harper Construction Co. of saw the porject. In addition, they
Marlon and Sumter counties. operator with the Lake City-based Mandeville La., will tie into the were placed on both sides of the
The call boxes originally were F1IP unit estimates 80 percent of Florida Turnpike and 1-95 ending in roadway so drivers would not haveto
designed for use on isolated sectionsof the calls are for service assistancewith Homestead. cross traffic, thereby increasing(
hiehwav when drivers had! oar the reminder for law enforc 'RaspH! on the OIIPPPSQ' of mil hovns safety.

A :;1w. Yii Elwell to Instruct Law Course at Santa Fe Starke CenterA IH

course in Criminal Law and Procedure stitutes law violations and what The course entitled 'Criminal The Spring A session starts May 7
will be available during the evidence is required It will be a Evidence Procedures' is a study in Criminal Evidence Procedure
summer session at the Starke Centerof down to earth course with practical relation to criminal and court procedures classes are each Monday and
Santa Fe Community College. knowledge using actual cases," said including admissability Wednesday evening from 7 to 10' 15 1

," .. ...". .. ........ ..,,,'.,. ...... .'... '.... .-..-" ...M"" .",,,,,.,,,,.',.,,,''_''' ..: ".. ." Assistant State Attorney Thomas Elwell.During Elwell's 12 years as assis- hearsay confession rule and expection and relatedprivileges. admission The classes will end June 18.

> Elwell will be instructing this course Fee for the three cedlts course will
.. .KiI."w. <::: tant state attorney he has prosecuted
, "\! '4.".. "1.....'. .. ,. d' (PI which is open to the public. "The 30 murder cases and be $62.25.
", "r _. ,_" n..j.Po',' ,\). ..j, .. -,... .. .. .-- all of crime For further information ronlai t
course will cover types presides at Bradford County grand The course is open to the public as
which can be committed. What con- fiirv hWP..tI atinna well as anyone in law enforcement.. SFCC at 964-5382
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29 years of service Jim staff were transterred to the Department -
Bloodworth will be retiring from the of Corrections by Legislative TO ALL QUALIFIED BUYERSWITH
Florida Parole and Probation Com- mandate and Bloodworth was re-
mission on May 1, 1986 after a tained as the District Supervisor in
distinguished career. Starke undr the Secretary of the
The public is welcome to help him Department, Louie Wainwright ( APPROVED CREDIT)
celebrate this event at the Starke In December 1978, Chairman
Golf and Country Club Friday, May Maurice Crockett, of the Florida
2. Parole and Probation Commission
There will be a cocktail hour from offered Jim the position of Parole
6 p.m. to 7 p.m. with dinner startingat Examiner with his department, On
7 p.m. The dinner served will con- March 30, 1986, Bloodworth retired NO MONEY DOWN
sist of an 8 oz. bacon wrapped filet from state government after 29
with all the trimmings at a cost of years.Bloodworth.
$15 per person. plans to return to the
military doing "as much as they will
Should you not be able to attend let me do" at Camp Blanding.
but would.}like to contributa-ioward- Bloodworth has an extensive
Jim's retirement, please feel free to military record. Bloodworth enlistedin
do so. Your attendance will help the regular Army in September
make this evening a warm occasionfor 1946, and served in the European
Jim so please plan on attending. Theatre and was Honorably SERVICEMPOR1' & DOMESflC I I t r ; I I /
Please R.S.V.P., by Friday, April 18, Discharged in 1948. WE
1986 to be included on the guest list. He enlisted in the Florida National .
Jim Bloodworth was one of 132 applicants Guard 5/10/48 and was discharged $1295Ceca
seeking 17 Parole Officer 6/10/51 to accept and ROTC Com- AIR CONDITIONERS i I 1 I
2nd Lt. USAR.
positions allocated by the Florida mission as a
Legislature in 1956. Bloodworth was Mr. Bloodworth was ordered backto
appointed by the Govenor to fill the Active Duty 8/27/51 and released
Starke Probation and Parole job in 5/21/54 to the USAR and reenlistedin
the National Guard 3/17/38. Pro-
1956. a 1980
subofficeto moted to the highest rank attainable \\on
The Starke Office was a 9t0
the Gainesville District Office Sergeant Major 1/6/86, and l clJ3On\ w Pabbtf
under the leadership Bloodworth asked was asked to become a full
during that period.In time National Guardsmen effective '
July 1976, the Florida Parole May 1, 1986. Jim's military career BUYERS GUIDE '
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Semi Hits Car charged with grand theft, according _
to Investigators John Tilley, Don I l1 I
Stopped Bus Denton and Lt. John Dempsey. ,. V,
The driver of a semi Mack truck Whitaker Is charged with taking a r '
was cited for careless driving after 1972 Fabuglas boat belonging to 1 Milts\\ 0\\ =
he btruck a 1982 Ford which had Virgil Jordan, according to the ,
stopped for a school bus to unload report. '
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April 1.Mark k .
A. Bell, 25,of Lake City was
also charged with driving while
license suspended, according to Correctional Officer
Trooper Roger E. Williams. Bell Arrested At FSPA ,
was northbound on US-301 when he 4a
ran into the rear of the Ford driven Florida State Prison correc- r
by Nalin Joshi, 42, of Jacksonville.Joshi tional officer was arrested and fired 1-S "r l M s y
received a minor back injury Wednesday following an investigation ,- ?
but was not transported, according into marijuana smuggling at the '\ ,
to Paramedics Bill O'Neal and Jer- prison. :'" J : .
rell Johnson. Everette L. Fish,25,of Macclennywas ; "
Damage to the semi was $100, arrested after an unspecified ,
damage to the Ford was $4,500. amount of marijuana was found In- r
Bell was released from the county side the prison, according to In-
jail after a $210 cash bond was vestigator Donald Denton.
posted Fish was searched as he reported 4 ,
for work March 26 but no contrabandwas -
Two Arrested found, however Fish admitted L ;
Beat Up Starke Man that the marijuana inside the prisonwas
his and he also told in- .
Two Starke men are charged with vestigators he had more marijuana --Mill I ....:oYn;;:;'\r.., "II. ':'" ;: .JLR'ksal".l: S .' ".
beating and robbing a Starke man in his car, said prison spokesman
March 28.Clifford. David Skipper. How did the car get under sign... .:,

Leon Smith and Authorities were allowed to searchFish's No April )Fool joke, this car met the sign Tuesday morning. ditch.Scralches.
Christopher Charles Goodman were car where.- more marijuanawas This I IIIII! :! Chevrolet was ravelling north on US-301:! when the brakes failed on the hood and roof of the car would Indicate the car went .. >!
arrested March 28 and charged with found. to the driver, Todd Jerome Frazier.
affording; Frazier said he attempted under the sign, but how? .
robbery, battery and aggravated Fish has worked at FSP since May to pull into 1'ep-0| but kepi going by the gasoline island and endedup There were no charges filed in the April 1 accident, according to -1
assault, according to Patrolman K 1984, he was\ assigned to at
security Colliding I with the large outdoor sign and wound up in the brush and Patrolman
lUcky Splill. estimated
Damage at
was f 100.
R. Hinds, Jr and W. C. Reno. the FSP hospital, said Skipper. *'
Smith and Goodman allegedly Fish was charged with possessionof =
beat David Jim Browning about the a controlled substance-cannabis. ::: : -
face and head and then took his He was released from the county jail : : :
wallet according to witnesses. At after a $500 surety bond was posted. : 1 1IJ
their first appearance Judge Elzie Additional charges are pending
Sanders set bond at $1,500 for the against Fish who admitted his intentto piT
charges of robbery and$1,000 for the bring the marijuana into FSP. !
charges of battery. Sanders found no
probable cause for the aggravated rNORMAN'S"THERE
Both Smith and Goodman remain ArrestsIn
w, in the county jail. Bradford CountyThe

Driver Receives following arrests were made
by local authorities for traffic viola- ; 1 1Au&ImTT
Minor InjuriesIn tions in Bradford County. r
One Car Accident
Wayne Robert Johnson of Hampton re11Te "
Herbert White, 18, of Alachua was arrested March 28 for driving 'I tJ
'i received minor injuries when the while license suspended, accor- )
vehicle he was driving overturned ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. He
March 30 two miles north of Lake was released after a $210 cash bond 'v'ItRKET
-rt Butler on CR-231. was posted. !/1 J WE
J White, driving a 1981 Chevrolet,
,. fell asleep and his vehicle left the Douglas Joseph Prescott of ''i ACCEPT
> roadway on the east shoulder of Lawtey was arrested March 25 for
CR231. The vehicle travelled 237 driving under influence, according
feet on the shoulder and then rolled to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Prescottwas ,f J FOOD j :
over two times before coming to rest released after a $365.50 surety ''I SALE PRICES II(
on its top, according to Trooper W. bond was posted. STAMPS STARKE
D. Langston. GOOD THRU
;.', Damage to the vehicle was $4,000 Robert Andy Box of Jacksonvillewas U.S. 301 South WED., APRIL 9

," in the 5:15: am. accident. arrested license March, fleeing-attempting 29 for no validdriver's (Across from Western Steer) V r .

0, Recent Arrests to elude and opposing an officer Phone 964-6071
In Bradford County without violence, according to Lt
William Tillotson. Box resisted the .
.' The following arrests were made officer while he attempted to make a { ', I 1-' IT -' I
r I If i. ( Ir" 4 11 I 1 I 111,1/ I
in Bradford County by local traffic arrest and was additionally I rITf T I

1' authorities.Leslie DeSue of Starke was ar- set own charged at recognizance.$500, said, he Tillotson.was released Bond on was his \ I'\ PRODUCE .-- t n ,//11// I I} rill I!, '

; rested March 28 on an order of arrest \ I I I I I I II .
charging failure to pay child Peggy Jean Griffis, 31, was arrested ;- -
support according to Deputy Sam- March 27 for no tag, according FRESH DAILY ;
my Eunice. DeSue, who owes $3,134, to Sgt. David Goodner. Griffis TARKE
turned himself into the sheriff's of was released after a $41.50 cash ] GREEN CRISP FROM OUR FARM IN r ALL PURPOSE

. : fice. bond was posted. i I FRESH CUTBROCCOLI 99'" t FRESH PICKEDSTRAWBERRIES i'I' I\\1 III WHITE Sg'4 ,
' Samuel Shawn Clark of Starke POTATOES
, 'r was arrested March 30 for battery of Tony Allbritton of Raiford was ar- l
:, law enforcement office and rested March 27 on a capias charg- \\1 FRESH CUT 11111 WASHINGTON STATE RED \ \
-, disorderly intoxication, according to ing wilful-wanton reckless driving, \1 GREEN $ 99 I DELICIOUS
, Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond according to Deputy Eugene Lee It 1 54 6 f 5"4
\\ft> was set at$1,000, he was released on and Investigator Larry Cochran of CABBAGE FUT APPLES

his own recognizance. Union$105.75 and County.was released.Allbritton paid a 'l ..:!:. I \

' Joseph David Luke, 23, of Starke
- .* was arrested March 27 on Divorces GrantedIn FRESH DAILY --; FRESH IS BEST -- = FRESH IS BEST h h1 \

V.,', check charging, according grand theft to and Investigator worthless Bradford CountyThe FLORIDA GROWN 3 LB. BAG e.aa..w.r.ra..rrs FROM OUR FARM I I'I'1 I'l '
David Aderholt. Bond was set at following marriages were \\\1\ i Ll FRESH CUT I ,
. $5,000 for the of theft. 1 PINK SEEDLESS MEDIUM YELLOW J
charge grand dissolved in Bradford County duringthe l \ (
'.: Luke was released on his own month of March. LI' GRAPEFRUIT I I ONIONS I COLLARD GREENS jll
; recognizance and ordered to pay a '
fine of $45.50 plus court costs for the Daniel Callan &Joan M. Callan. \
worthless check.I Donald Wayne Whiffen & An- 1 : 59EAGI h1 99
:;; Howard Johnson, 20, of Bradford nerose Whiffen. i1L- 994r': \ $u.CN '
Charles Clark, Jr. &
County was arrested March 27 for Douglas l =
Karen Sue Williams Clark. --- -- 4 4BEEF
grand theft of a motor vehicle, according -T
I to Investigator David Michael M. Padgett& Tammie M. )
Aderholt. Bond was set at $5,000. Padgett.John I ,\In "
I .
E. Rowland & Marianne N. I U S D MEAT a r f
: '
Willie Smith, 35,of Lawtey was arrested Rowland. 1 1 \' i 1.1, r{
;. J March 27 for grand theft, according Albert Leroy Smith & Pearl \ _

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currency \ :
4'. from Hayes Electric, according to son.Michael 1.fRESH I. w FRESH CUT ) j jI
the report. Bond was set at$1,500, he Kirkland. Kirkland & Alice G. I PICNIC BONELESS 1114/ QTR. PORK 39 )
was released on his own 59 $1
recognizance. Herbert Herres & Maria Herres. lit\ HAMS SIRLOIN STEAK LOINS LB.I -
Kirk Hunsinger & Anita C. Huns- ,
Starke Man ArrestedFor inger. I\\ FRESH FAMILY -IN(1(

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Damon Jefferson Whitaker, 21, of Joseph Collins & Tammy L. Col- ,/ I. LB. 'STEAK IC. ,
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