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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sunny and mild, highs in the mid-70s, and with possible low of 33 Editorial. . . . . . .4A Q pPLoaZ

degrees Saturday morning is the general forecast for the this Social N.wt. . ... . .5.6A 1i
weekend of the 36th edition of the Bradford County Fair. Public Nolle*!. . .. . .7A t tD P F 61

A cold front moved through north-Florida and was down south BHS Sport.. . . . . .7-' ti0 QF

about Melbourne late Wednesday afternoon. Crlm. New.. . . . . 9-10 1'I +

The extended outlook calls for only a slight chance! of rain. The JOV fpRS

generally: fair weather is expected to be in the mid to high 70s durSECTION Bi .12 Pog.tIf
ing the day and down Into the 40s at night Fair Tim*. . . . 1-4,1IB
No rain has been recorded in the past three weeks. Area D.othl. . . . . 4B The Sweetest Str i his Side of Heaven "

Rainfall since Feb. 1 exceeds 10 inches. Normal Jan.-Feb.-March Cloolll.di . . . . 8-10B P
rainfall usually measures 10.19 inches. N.w! Brl.". . . . 128 107th Year S -.. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
38th Issue Thui.day, April 10, 1986 USPS 062-700 ,

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Benefit Softball...

. WQIK radio and Lake Butler ;

business people will compete in a I
held On Mobile Homes
,l. benefit Softball game being
Saturday, API'ilI2, at the Lake
" Buller Recreation Complex on

',( SR-121 just west of Lake Butler. "Full throttle ahead!" on collec- movement on the problem. Chair-
_< Events for the day begin at 10 ting license tag fees on mobile man Norman said he would talk with

:4, a.m. with the Softball game star- homes, said County Commission Mrs. Hall about cooperating with the

... ting at 3 p.m. All proceeds will f Chairman E.L. (Nook) Norman at effort.

t' benefit the Children's Miracle Network the Monday, April 7, County Com- It is roughly estimated that as
.h at Shands Teaching Hospital mission meeting. many as two-thirds of the mobile

." in Gainesville. Numerous games The plan is for the county zoning homes in the county pay no fees or
-, and special displays will also be .ICr office's building inspector Wayne taxes of any kind. Many mobile '.

held with prizes to be given. r tA Mundorff to make the rounds of the home owners don't realize they owe

lake Butler Hospital and Hand county's estimated 3,000 mobile anything; nobody sends them a bill,

Surgery Center will be sponsoring homes to collect the delinquent pointed out Commissioner Lawrence

'. the Lake Buller team. license fees. The county plans to collect Mosley, who lives in a mobile home.

three years back, although it Mobile home owners are requiredby

could legally collect all the way back Florida law to either buy a tag
!t' Grief Therapist... 3 wJ'v ; fi w to when a mobile home was situatedon each year or to homestead the I

. :.: Dr. Sally Peterson Karioth, a nationally a site. It is estimated the county mobile home and pay taxes as a
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regular home owner. To homestead,
known grief therapist will could collect $75,000 annually in '
be speaking at the Union County taxes on mobile homes.A however, requires possession of title
frustrated Commissioner Maxie to the land on which the mobile homeis
" High School Auditorium on Lake .
1t Avenue on the topic of "Living Life Carter Jr. said he was under the impression situated. '
License tax fees from $20 to ,
the collection effort was to range
to Its Fullest" on Tuesday, April
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$80. depending on the size of the
. i 22, at 7 p.m. have started in March. Zoning mobile home.
[!J No admission will be charged and Director L.M. Gaines said he'd talk the
Lack of enforcement over
babysitting for children 6 and ed to several commissioners who'dsuggested
he wait until the years has led to the current pro-
The event April
under will be provided. been
is being sponsored by the school meeting and talk to the entire com- blem. Several efforts commissionover have
started by the county

It systems Union Counties.of both Bradford Everyone and is invitedto mission.Gaines said responsibility of collecting the years, but each has stalled. i'
if
Mundorff covered about third of
attend. 14 t the license tag fees rests with a
Tax Collect Esther Hall. He said the county about five years ago, but

having the building inspector takeon that effort was stalled when it was

...i CPU Classes... the additional duties of collection pointed out he was not authorized to

delinquent mobile home license fees go on private property to collect the j
Cardiovascular PulmonaryResusitation
"'". (CPR) and First Aid : f would take time.up too much of lees.Tax Collector Esther Hall says :
Mundorff's
!ai
classes will be offered beginning Mundorff now has taken a class '
Of course, Gaines said, the zoning
April 14 from 7.10 at the
if' p.m. under the Department of Motor
officials are county employees and,
p s Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center
Almost will the if the Vehicle Inspections in Jacksonville
/ as such, perform duty
the Interest
through Community authorized under
commission instructs it to do.That's and is an agent
Services (CIS) and County office collect
Perfect. when Chairman Norman slate law and her to
.
Emergency Services Director Cliff mobile home fees.
tag
said "Full throttle ahead! Commis-
Chapman.The First step will be to distribute war-
Carter told Gaines to not let
sioner
course is open to anyone, The Heather has been almost month without ning notices, Ms. Hall says.
particularly those who work in perfect so far, for the 36th ediUon another go by some

child care centers. To register, t ,, \ of the Bradford County Fair .
please phone the Vo-Tech Center, -- --.1y : vf wlilcl\" \\Jl'n't'.l Tuesday afternoon' "

964-6150, or register the night of the for a 5-ilay run. Boards Deny) Residents

first class.Square. Forecasters are calling, as of ,

Wednesday afternoon for only a I
slight chance of rain through the

Dance... weekend. It fact the cool breezes
More CommercialCounty
Square dancing sessions will be for make the it fair.close to lcl'ft'ct'eatht'r 16E

held each Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. It was a perfect night Satur- commissioners have voted visiting the site, commissioners

Special dance sessions will be day for Shilynu Chaff above, 5-0 to rezone a 1.14-acre parcel on determined that a blocked ditch
who crowned 19HH Bradford
held the first Saturday of each was SR-16E for light industry to allow a behind Mrs. Norman's home causes
beforea
month beginning with a covered County Strawberry Queen dry wall, plastering, and sales olfice water to back up into area yards. '
audience in the BUS
large audience !
dish dinner at 5:30: p.m., a auditorium. in a primarily residential area Commissioners promised to clean
r workshop at 6:30: p.m. and the I IVz-miles east of Starke. out the ditch, which hasn't it cleanedout i
Queen Shilynn is! reigning over
mainstream dance beginning at 8 the fair. She the The rezoning was done over objec- in years, it appears.
county snipped tions of three area residents, Joy Roy Bryant said he has lived in the
p.m.Active ribbon to officially open the fairal Norman, Roy Bryant, and Don area for 18 years and the property

Seniors... 12:30: p.m. Wednesday. Thompson, who live across SR-16 has always been zoned residential."I .
There is food and fun galoresfor
from the site. Harlen Lynn Luther, think the zoning board has madean
The Senior Center offers various most at the fair.
every age
Lynn's Custom .. where do
who error. zoningor
now operates you spot
activities for senior citizens including Sights and sounds at a county
Dry Wall on Brownlee Road, showedthe slip zoning. There must be a
needlework, macrame, exercises fair run the gamut. Kids were
commission plans to construct a master plan.
etc. has ing as grand time on the
bingo,
30 by 100 foot building on the Good zoning does not take place ;
is Monday and Wednesday
The Center Tuesday -
open midway 1.14-acre lot and will have 25 where you "...just buy the property
through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4 as is evidenced above.
The area is currently and run down to the zoning board
employees.
p.m. and is located behind the new tV&i For more on the fair, see the "
zoned RSF-MH, a family residentialand and ask it to meet your needs.
courthouse on the corner of Grand V. II-section in this edition of The
mobile home onaacre tract Bryant said zoning rules are sup-
and Streets. where all the food
Georgia Telegraph
classification.The posed to landowners from in-
Contact Beverly McGee or needlework, arts & crafts and protect
44 lot is just down the road from trusion of incompatible land uses.
Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more horticulture winners are listed.A .
Ivey's Equipment and Repair but Don Thompson, who also lives in
information. schedule of events I is includedin
not adjacent to it. The Luther lot is the area, said the rezoning signs
the fair article on Page IB.
next the Shelvon Safer property were up and down within 24 hours.

Free Blood Check... formerly Lonnie Harley property. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said

Champ Hog... Commissioners heard the that is a poor defense because the
A free blood pressure check will residents out and visited the site signs were put up, notice were plac-

be given the first Tuesday of every wIt Sabrina Starling, a Bradford before voting to back up their zoning ed in the newspaper, and it was all

month from 1-4 p.m. in the libraryat 4-11 member, showed the grand board in approving the reclassification. done legally.

Bradford Hospital. A registerednurse champion pig, a 255-pound York The zoning board approved "The argument is whether it is

will Issue blood pressure Cross Tuesday night, April 8, at Luther's request 4-1, with board good or bad zoning," said Director

cards, record readings and check the Bradford-Union Swine Showat member Spiros Drivas the lone Gaines.A .

your pulse. the Bradford County Fair. dissenter. major artery is fair game, it appears -
-_ .. Sabrina is the daughter of Eddie Mrs. Joy Norman said the newly said Thompson. The area has

..... and Dorothy Starling of developed lot would throw more historically been structured as
DAY Election... 4 .. .... Graham. water on her property caddy-
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The local chapter of the Disabled cornered across the street. On

American Veterans is set to meet


the today 1986-87 membership(Thursday slate of officers.,will April vote 10)on when the Engineer Williamson's Report is Breath of Fresh Air On Landfill- -- I


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will meet at the Pratt
Street They Recreation Center. The was like a breath ot fresh air "No," said engineer Williamson of have to be drilled, said Williams. high enougn to nave a good imper- Williamson report until April 7.

meeting is at 7:30: p.m. when county commissioners heard a Macclenny, who has been retainedby Two monitoring wells were drilled, mable layer of clay to keep the the Floridan land- predicted Meanwhile the other life of the engineers landfill
contaminating
fill from
low-key explanation from engineer the commission to secure a new but Williamson said he was told it
might be two or less, and
Glenn Williamson about to the landfill from to drill the other Acquifer. years
securing a permit operate was unnecessary
also said he has an made predictions of how costly it
Senior Citizens... permit to operate the sanitary land- the Department of Environmental two. Since, Williamson said, DER Williamson appointment be
with DER's chief will if the landfill is con-
fill on SR-100 two miles west of Regulation (DER). The contract has said the monitoring wells must
On-going weekly classes in engineer to visit the landfill. taminating the ground water.
with Williamson is be drilled.
Keystone Heights. $3,600.
macrame/needlework and Bible price The Bradford landfill is on a good County commissioners didn't
r offered at the Senior "Do you agree... the county Most of the paperwork necessaryto natural clay liner know engineer Williamson personally -
with ,
study are should hire engineering firm for the is ngineer:: Williamson believes the site, a good
an secure new permit com-
Center.An Williamson said. "It's not going to but three of them attended school
landfill can be made to last five
to to do said Williamson.
i AARP is being form- $20,000 $25,000 a preliminary pleted, the assured! with Williamson's wife, Estelle, who.
Chapter study of the landfill to what course Monitoring wells to determine is more years by high-rising it. And, by be that costly. engineer
ed here. commission.The is now director of nursing the state
high-rising it Williamson said, hedoesn't the
,
should be taken, asked Commis- the leachate from the landfill is con-
sioner Maxie Carter Jr. taminating the drinking water will mean go way up, but just commission! had not heard hospital at Macclenny.

Upcoming...

The 36th annual Bradford Coun-

ty Fair runs through Saturday,

April 12 north, at the of fairgorunds Starke. onUS301 Reddish Ready To CooperateSheriff I

The Bradford School Board will

meet at 7 p.m. Monday, April 14, at Number for Bradford Residents"I'm
Lawtey Elementary in another of Not Opposed to 911 Emergency

its sessions. A special & & decision." The sheriff's dispatching for the sheriff office,
pre-budget the budget not opposed to tfil and never county commission to carry out any want to cooperate with the county mane that fire and rescue calls.
will
precede is involved in 911.
meeting asked and doesn't intend in board. office, naturally,
Sheriff duty to
the 911
the was, an admittedly agitated Eight area places where
with the topic re-
major about the
session
reservations
for Dolph Reddish made it clear Mon- the future. Sheriff Reddish made it "I'm aggravated about it, to say Despite his emergency number is operational or
appointment of administrators day, April 7, to the county commis clear he will handle the 911 emergency the least," said Sheriff Reddish cost, the sheriff's office will help if soon will be was listed for the (board
the 1986-87 term.A board decides to install the 911
the commission that all the :
dispatching system if the county reminding Services Director
In by Emergency
been announced
change has Brooker sion.The sheriff made his point after commission decides that what sheriff's offices must have dispat- national emergency system. Cliff Chapman including Baker
of the
. the meeting
i '. April Services Director Cliff should be done. ching
which will meet Emergency capability. realize County, Union, Flagler. Clay,
City Commission, 15 at 7:30, In- Chapman again proposed to the Sheriff Reddish objects to media The point was made, Reddish said, Commissioners would be a dispat- Alachua, Duval, Osceola. In Flagler
next Tuesday, April county commission the establish accusations of "turfism." While that "I won't handle the 911 systemif ching system prohibitively County the sheriff's office operatesthe

stead of its regular second memberswere Tues- ment of the 911 national emergency Reddish is unwilling to give up con- I'm not the daddy of it, and controlit. expensive is separated from theSheriffs 911 system and takes over the

day. Too many council system for the county. The commission trol of communications in the You know this is not so," he told Department Commissioners police dispatching at night. Some
8 number would
to be absent April the 911
going
made no decision Monday,April Sheriff's Department,which he calls the commissioners. agree theSheriff's larger counties, such as Duval and
Linda Robinson. be through
said Clerk is costly operation, have to operated
7, on the proposal. essential to the operations of theSheriff's Dispatching a
Starke Commission meet at which
The The sheriff pointed out he has Department, he reacted Sheriff Reddish pointed out. "It's not Department
7:30 regular: p.m.session.Tuesday. April 15, in never refused the request of the forcefully to the "charge" he doesn't going to be inexpensive when your already handles all the county'sa







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yr '' Wainright To Retire,

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., Considers Senate Race

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Louie L. Wainwright, a native of quarter century with the Department
Lawtey now In his 24th year as chiefof of Corrections.
.+ t Florida's prison system, will Wainwright feels that the
retire this year and is considering a Legislature needs to take more
;
:, :'ti 'tYi bid for the State Senate seat being responsibility for providing more
.. ', vacated by Senator Bill Grant, a prison space. He is resigning at at
it Democrat and former Madison time when prison overcrowding is a
banker. major problem in the state. The Inmate
PI 6 riF Wainwright, 62, said he had Inot population passed the legal
discussed with Governor Bob limits in recent weeks and Gov.
i Graham the exact timing of his Graham is now in the process of
resignation, but had notified Buddy determining whether there must be
1 w 4 ', I Shorstein, the Governor's chief of an emergency release of inmates to
\ -.. M+" e r staff, of his decision."I reduce overcrowding.[
r w i felt that somewhere along the Under Wainwright's administration
line it was time to move on," Wainwright ,Florida is the only large state to
said in an interview. "I Just gain full accreditation for its prisons
feel we are at point now where we from the American Correctional
t have accomplished many of the Association.Wainwright.
hd1tAS and his wife, Edna,
goals we set out to accomplish. We
,
;
; have Kingsley Lake
on
have come a long way in the prison a cottage
r system and I felt it was time to makea where they spend weekends and
I trr most of the summer months. He is
move.
1
v the brother of James T. (Cobby)
As a legislator, Wainwright feels Wainwright, superintendent of the
,t that he could benefit in serving his prison Reception and Medical
,, 'id constituents from his close association Center at Lake Butler,and is the son
with legislators, sheriffs, and of the late Truby L. Wainwright,
d county commissioners during his longtime resident of Lawtey,

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I'n Catcher or a Dump Cart or 50% OFF our Twin Bag Catcheror
Bag-N-Wagon. Now's the time to make your lawn a
SNAPPER lawn. For all the details visit your nearest

SR-16E] Residents Face More Commercial Zoning SNAPPER Take advantage dealer today of our con

venient Snap-Credlt Plan It's m snap with _
Iron page l.i :\) that removed a great deal of their Director Gaines said there is a Luther remained at the meeting which features no down payment
evidential: said Thompson, who concern. Commissioner E.W. new state growth management law after the residents left. When Com and no payment for rlAPPEA
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Hodges made the motion, Commissioner which limit changes of the county's missioner Hodges asked if he 90 days.
grew up on SR-161; and whose lather! Lawrence Mosley seconded, land use plan to twice a year. That wanted to say anything else Luther A division of Fuqua Industries
Ill home a sheet metal business from his and board voted 5-0 to bark up its will provide more protection, and replied he just wanted to hear what
recalled earlier
Thompson zoning board. make the land use plan more com Mrs. Norman had to say to the
nusmesscs, such as a service station prehensive.All board.
end dairy. The businesses were Where can industry be located if
mall and run from the home, not on major highways, asks Zoning
Thompson said Director Gaines, when questioned( major highways should be "From all indications, you'd bet
Quality control is his major con about the recommendation.Will reserved for business, said Gaines. ter keep your lawn mowed," said
c em Thompson said. He doesn't The county does have an industrial Commissioner Hodges.
\\ani to see the area turned into an park, but some businesses don't
imsightl.v industrial strip. there every be a good Brad want to locate in it. "If we don't finda
commissioners looked at theI ford County land use plan to project place for them in the county, with -
I uther lot, saw it drained toward a property owners, asked Mrs Nor- the jobs they bring in, they'll go "I 1 already see that, said Lutheras
vpress pond back of the lot, and man, elsewhere" said Gaines. he left. w




911 Still Considered For Bradford
I System Being SINOLE SAO i .. ,
CATCHER
seems the way to go in Bradford sytem. We need it for growth," Norton proposal would make the GRASS Retail Value t '
from page 1A) County, Chapman told the commissioners hapman told the commission. The 911 emergency system available to EeRtaavam
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Ai.ichua. have enhanced 911 Monday. A plus will be the!" '"911 emergency system will enhancethe all 5,228 telephones the local 149.95 saap
>:'items, meaning that the location o 911 system, costing $25,698 under a response time of the county phone company.
i hi' emergency call can be pinpointed proposal from Nortonk Telecom rescue units, Chapman suggested.! South Bradford resaidents, in the
by computer when the call is munications of Starke, will updatethe Chapman's plan Is to finance the Melrose area, Hampton, and
r 'cen'ed" That is much too expen- dispatching equipment at the 911 emergency system with $46,500 Brooker are tied into Alachua County
-iM1 for Bradford, however. jail"I raised by a 50 cents per month exchanges and already have 911 ", tt
Ba-I'ally. the sheriff's office still believe it's a reliable charge on local telephones. emergency service capability."A 7" .

DUMP Retail Value CART O S 42.=-

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Cox Appliance .
RepublicansTo man must make his opportunity, 2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
as oft as find it." Francis Bacon .

Elect DelegateA & HURRVr OF R ENDS SOON .. ;

STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
caucus of the Bradford County Air --
Republican Party is set next Satur- Conditioning R r+ 438 South Walnut Starke, Florida
ia\ April 19, to select delegates to
she slate's convention i
grass-roots
Service
set! June 13-15 in Orlando. :t ,., -:;, f.t. fl000la OooooooomoOQOQa ''GOQ00G 6eo
The caucus is set at 7:30: p.m. April \ ., -t. %
19 in the Pratt Street Recreation ', -01 ttL" rT
< Each county has been awarded Service and Repair on: :.- oG
'it-legates based on the number of All OG CAtutd Op1thiJ
Major Appliances
[ ,gistcred! Republican voters in Joe Cox,
c-.irh county Bradford County thus Air Conditioning Your friendly repairman. 0O
qualifies for one voting delegate to Refrigeration Electrical
0
'In *>tale convention, plus all the Call him today for 0G
.uu.*rmate able and willing attend. 0
!rhl' Bradford delegate will be any appliance repair.
JOE COX OWNER 0
elected by drawing the name from A
j hat according to County Party *! TO



Thursday April 10). Alternate TECII-CARE ] 0G 0O
lolegates may apply at the April 19 re."cHiseoseevee For Quality Service & Repair
meeting Delegate applications( are
Available by phoning Holtzendorf at 0
904-7961; Any Republican who is a 0 3.Q
registered voter is eligible to apply.

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BHS Track Star Sapp


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let Makes AllAmericanLori




Viv Sapp, the Bradford High in Raleigh, N.C.
11k Iw cross country runner who Is outstan- She is nationally ranked in the
ding as a sophomore, has been nam- 3,000 meters with a time of 10:58.
ed honorable mention on the Bonnie Sapp's best time at two miles is
Bell Scholastic Inc, High School all- 11:48.
American girls cross country team.
Lori is one of a group of 50 girl high The girl's high school all-
I'ti* American was begun two
school runners so honored across the program
U.S. The top 30 girls are named all- years ago by Bonnie Bell Cosmetic
Co. and Scholastic Magazine, Inc.
American. The remaining 20 are
given honorable mention status, The boys already had an established
tl 1 which Lori has received. program with sponsors.

11 ''r+ 1 1 k .i yr Sapp's credentials include her all- Standards are established in the
3 district, all-region, and all-state in girl's program to be considered for
: Class 3A, and all-state on the all- the Circle of Excellence. The standards -
classification team in 1985. She in the evaluation are set up by
finished 18th nationally in the U.S. a select group of coaches from all
AL TAl' '' '""I,,.N"tl,1 rhAmninn..hln'l over the U.S.
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cannot govern." Walter Lippman

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-- Popular Demand

Lawtey Straight A Students.. The Adult Choice will presentan

These, students at Law ley Elementary made straight A's on their Barber of
report yards for the fourth six-week grading period. On the third row from left to right: Kochelle: Prevatt, I>wayne Wilker- arrangement
Silting from left to right: Michelle Konkrl, Donna Fugatt. Teresa son, Lori Lyn KilRorp./ Michael Gaskins, Raye Padgett, Greg Durban, Easter Selections
Underhill! and heighten Lee. Darrell Harvey, Michael Fugatt. Stephanie Cox, Zack Smith, Matthew
Standing in front from left to right: Bonnie Cowie Jaime Hinman, Griffin and Greg Baker During Morning Worship
Erika: King. Brand! W'lkeison, Brooke. Gaskins Misti Golden Sonia! In the back row from left to right: Peter Juchniewicz.Tasir El-Souessl.
lilem.neSmanlha Couart, Henry Ross, Mitch Ames and Dominic Theresa Juchnieuicz, Brandy Ross Marla Scott and De De Cox --



I Lawtey. Council Hears Good News On Block Grant r- Early Bird SpecialLet

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us thoroughly check your cooling systemand
By Buster Ilahn been deducted. The council had a monthly basis, but there was no Scott stated that the town has a
BCT Staff Writer likewise received a billing for $720, support for his suggestjon. recreation board, but that it isn't prepare you for the long hot summer..
Mayor Robert Scott remarked"we and had remitted the funds. functioning at this lime. Followingsome
discussion, Rev Pierce
agreedto
have a good chance to miss the Pass on Grader... for only .
at the next (
Commissioner Emmett Bright present a proposal
\!
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cut' upon hearing Clerk Al Anderson !! ..J.:
read a letter from the Department of spoke in support of reimbursing Bennett reported that"everything board meeting.The plus any ::;
is O.K." in the Streets board adopted a proclamation .
Community Affairs stating that Barber from public funds. Bright'sposition Department, ,
has was then supported by except for a broken-down mower.He stating that the week of April 13-19 to necessaryparts 1995
Lawtey successfully competed
stated that be American Home Week, during
against 57 other applicants in seek- Vyunda Strong, daughter of Com Surplus Property Division
had offered for which time the citizens should or 1
missioner Willie Strong a grader $10,800,
a $500,000 Community Develop- freonWE 'f'
ing but the unit would need a blade, reflect on the American ideal of MAKES:1..-
ment Block Grant. SERVICE ALL
At this point, Commissioner hydraulic hoses and a battery. private property rights

rehabilitate The grant houses would on the be east used side to Buster Barber Bennett the $720 moved from public to reimburse funds. Scott remarked "We'll pass on Tillotson Training... Lott Electric and Refrigeration

The motion was seconded by Bright, that". Police Lieutenant Bill Tillotson is
of the railroad tracks in a blightedarea
of town. and carried unanimously. undergoing two weeks of training 468-1211 468-2517
Strong presented three bids for a The council agreed to Tillotson's
The approval is conditional upon chlorinator, the lowest being in salary during the training, but Early Bird Special good Month of April Onlyl!
the outcome of the appeals process. Water Requested.., amount of $350, and the board approved declined Chief Jordan's request to
'12 Landowner Harold Eunice the purchase from the lowest nav overtime for weekend riutv ,
Lawtey is now number out of j>7 in requested -
priority listing, having dropped a time frame for running bidder. I I L ----- -
from number 9, Word is that 21 pros water to several lots both inside and
jects will be funded.. For Lawtey to outside the city limits. Mayor Scott A Catch-All Law...
lose out 9 projects would have to lose responded by saying that the project
out in the appeal could begin in the near future, Attorney Johnny Hobbs presenteda
process. following the completion of two proposed ordinance for its second G / --IS4 T
other water projects.The reading The ordinance was read, :: *
followed by a motion to pass as read. : r
town will require Eunice to The motion was made by Harris, .
Bud Wins One... pay for laying lines outside the city seconded by Strong, and passed ?
limits. Bennett said there are 14-20 unanimously.The ( P
Sanitation worker J.W. Barber
before the board to appeared lots inside the city limits that are ordinance relates to the keep MENt. N1SOII ysT
request t
reimbursement for social potential customers, and 10 lots out- ing of animals, adopting minimum xC
security I
in the amount of which side the line. Blueprints are drawn, standards for the control of flies and i
$720
payment vermin,and for the prevention of un-
requiring 4" lines to the property.
he had been to
required pay, since
sanitary conditions, objectionableodors
social funds had been
deducted security from his pay during not the 24 Rotate Gas Buying... and public nuisances, adopts cAI ; ssit Bradford
exclusive methods for of
years of his tenure. Barber was required Strong told the board that animal and disposal Wfl Klt1 t1 r,;,
waste dead animals,
be done about the c
to make up only for the past something must
provides to enforce, providesa County
"
three years. Mayor Scott told "high price of gas, indicating that power
right of entry, provides a penalty,
Barber that this board had inheritedthe he felt the need to improve purchasing and I
provides an effective date
problem,and was unaware of its practices. Fair
existence until recently, and Commissioner Laura Harris ask Youth Club ..
therefore it is not responsible. Scott ed Chief of Police M.M. Jordan if he Sought. 'ii. III I Highway 301 North
further staled that Barber had to could distribute his purchases of The Rev. Joseph Pierce spoke in I / IIIIIIIII Starke, Florida
assume some of the responsibility, gasoline to all retailers in the town, behalf of establishing a Boy's (andr In
since he had received a form W-2 for and Jordan agreed to do so. Scott in- Girl's) Club, citing the lack of .rnno
each of the past 24 years, clearly dicated that he thought purchases facilities for young people in the .l RIDES OPEN 12:00 NOON
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Ad for 'High Risk1 Jobs Set the Stage for Three Murders Here and in TexasPersonal




"for hire" ads: like the one (hat But it was no coincidence that a murderled
to two murders in Starke and in Texas and two murder for hire jobs in 'Gun for hire'
Gainesville, and one in Texas will no Floridaone in Starke and one In
longer appear in Soldier of Fortune- Gainesville were confessed to by John

magazine, according to an Associated Wayne Hearn, who inserted thinly veiled ads
Press story datelined, Denver, Colorado. "for hire" ad in the November 1984 issue of droppedby
Soldier of Fortune.t He offered the services
Associate editor Jim Pate it
says was of an "ex-Marine DI" (Drill Instructor)
just a coincidence that the muga/ine stopped and Vietnam Vet for "high risk magazine
such ads about the
accepting same "
assignments in the U.S. or overseas.
AasodiM riwsDENVER


EX-MARINE5-67-69 'Nam Vets, Ex-DI, weapons specialist- ."wi -An editor of Soldier of Fortune laid yea
tcnlay It was Jut colncklcnc: Dial the msguliw flopped
jungle warfare pilot, M.E., high risk assignments, U.S. or accepting peraoiul for hire" ids about the emu time It
war linked la a Tetai murder-for-hJre CM and ui Indiana -
overseas. ((404)) 9912684. ((86)) ,#' taunate'f nctpe' plot.

The ad policy'wu lOt chanced specifically lor tide
A "Mercenary" Advertises His Services thing ta Indiana or Te...."aaaoclate editor Jim Pale aald.
"It wee done month aca Unfortunately It popped up ,
6 about the lime thla thing vms going Into effect That la cot '
lIme it was linked to a Texas murder-for- The ad got quick results for Hearn- t : taW.- /
hire case and an Indiana inmate's escape three $1,000 jobs, and three deaths for his
plot. victims, according to his own confession. The colorful but controversial magazine for military I
The 20-word ad paid off in cash for Hearn- tens and mereenariM announced Monday that It would
'The ad policy was not changed I but no longer take panooal claulfled lids that offer services
his eventual ay-orr was a life
.., for hire"otherwtaa eoUdt employment""I
for this thing in Indiana or
pacifically sentence, probably would have been
.whlch
Texas said. "It was done months a death had he not bargained!: his do know It la going Into effect on our April .lam*. We
ago. Unfortunately, it popped up about the out of the electric chair with a have a three-month lead Ume on our Issues ao It would
time this thing was going into effect. way : promise have bad to come about In the fall board of director
to those who hired him
testify against _
That's coincidental." meeting,"Pate aakt
for
the jobs.
"Never at any time hive we accepted ads which were
obvloua that omeone was aolldllng other to break the
law." be said."We're pretty strong' oa law enforcement:

Indiana State Police lay an advertisement In the February -
Soldier of Fortune was uaed to recruit: s squad of
(lIt"arnIpel! his eyes while testifying against his lover- men to free Roger A. Juke during a manslaughter trialIn
eoiTOR1ALSWatching accomplice, Debra Banister, In her trial here In 1985I Anderson, Ind. The Indiana plot wee foiled before authorttleaaald the
commando-rfyle courtroom raid could be ataged -
(Photo byOalntavllle/ Sun .

Nine men have been arrested since Sunday In the e...
....... r The chain of events leading to the Alachua County later in the year for their Mercenary looking I for male Caucasian: partner, age
murders started when Debra Banister involvement in the Batie murder case. IMS,"the ad said.-Willing to accept: the risk. Must have
read the magazine ad and placed a call to gut be able to trawl and start work Immediately. No
the number listedHearn's apartment in The third person to answer Hearn's ad special"ekllli required.High pay guaranteed Ask for Sun

Store Atlanta. She set up a meeting with him in was a Bryan, Texas businessman, Robert dance.
a Grocery Georgia to discuss a plan to abduct her Black who employed Hearn for the Pate Hid the March IllS ad tanked to the Te as
sister, Marlene's, children from her murder of his wife, Sandra Kay Black, a murder-fa-his case read:

divorced husband, and return them to 36-year-old day-care center operator. -Ex-Marlnea. Nam vela weapons specialists., Jungle
Die Is 'Depressing Sight'Strange their mother. In testimony at his trial Texas authorities said Hearn broke into warfare. political high-it* aaeUpunenla tn U.S. orovereat
World Security Group followed by a phone
here, llearn said he fell in love with Debra the woman's home, while Black contrivedto number.
when she reached over a restaurant table take their 15-year-old son for a drive
and kissed him on the nose. He came to around town. The "high risk" advertisershot Robert Black Jr. It wsa convicted and sentenced to
.....Ullut week the murder of Mi wife,Sandra,at their
things are happening in to- many former Rawson customers have Florida in connection with the child the woman once in the left eye and home. Prosecutors aald Black answeredthe

day's world of topsy-turvy economics, expressed a desire "to have a choice" custody case, and he and Debra continued once behind the left ear, and the crime:was Bryan ad andThai offered a mercenary. |1'_to kill her
and the of financial unrest and their love affair for several months, during made to appear as if Black had walked in
waves In the meanwhile the local Job John of Atlanta the
Ser- which time they plotted the murder of her on a surprised burglar. The body of Mrs. Wayne Hearth K testified that Feb
uncertainty are spreading out from the ruary IMS vying happened after he and Black discussed
vice of Florida ( of the husband, Joe Banister, of Starke.
new name Black was "discovered" in the dining several ways to stage It llearn already serving a life sentence
largest operations to the smallest mom- Florida Employment Service) reports a room by her unsuspecting young son. for another killing, belonged to World security

n'-pop shops that were once immune to marked increase of job seekers, who This assignment was carried out by llearn is still in the Brazos County jail Group

such uncertainties.With started filing this week Hearn on February 2, 1985. Mrs. Banisterwas awaiting call to testify against the two In:January Investigators In UtUe Rock Ark,said they
applications subsequently tried for her involve- sisters and their parents for their Involve- were trying to determine whether yet another Soldier of
an irresistible force, the well- after spending most of last week filing ment in the plot, which she denied on the ment in the deaths of Batie and Banister. Fortune advertisement may have Ikged been linked to an si-
heeled and tax-favored corporations are for unemployment compensation at the witness stand, although admitting the love murder-lor-Nnpat there.

absorbing and gobbling up the small Gainesville unemployment office. "But affair with Hearn. She was found guilty of Was it "just a coincidence": that the The man arrested In the case, Michael Wayne Jacknon

boys on the block. For whatever reason, most of our job openings are for unskilled second degree murder and sentenced to 17 publishers of Soldier of Fortune decided to of linden,Texas, has not yet gone to trial and authorities
years in prison, their "for hire" ads "aboutthe have not saM whether they have, definitely linked him to
the
insurance premium rates are soaring to labor or temporary work in the lower pull plug on the ad The ad atgiwd-Mute"and carrying a Linden-ares
businesses be- The first murder in the chain had same time" as these three murdersand telephone number, aaM, "Gun for hire. Nam sniper. Instructor .
the point where some are brackets a Job Service staff
wage already taken place in Gainesville on a prison inmate's attempted escape? SWAT pistol! rlf e. All jobs considered. Privacy
ing forced to shut up shop. Some blame"greedy" member said. January 6, 1985, when Marlene Watson's guaranteed

lawyers, some blame "slap- In a small town such as Starke, the ex-husband, Cecil Batie, was shot by Perhaps most of (he magazine's readers Prosecutors for both the U.s. attorney general's officeIn
happy' verdicts by overgenerous loss of 70-plus jobs is "depressing" in Hearn through a window of his home as he would prefer to credit its editors with Denver and the Colorado attorney general laid they
juries and some blame the profit- slept on the living room couch. Marlene, belated good judgment, mingled with a knew of no current Investigation. of Soldier of Fortune
itself. One young couple with two Debra, and their parents, Frank and Iris prick of conscience, rather than just a concerning Its advertising ...cU"...
hungry motives of insurance companies children was particularly hard hit, the Sims, of Gainesville, will be tried in casual coincidence. '

themselves.On wife being employed at Rawsons in

the local front, the popular TG&Y Starke and the husband at Rawsons in

store is slated to become a McCrory's Lake City. Both are now on the Letters to 'Editor-

discount variety store and other unemployed list. Especially hardhitwere Grant to RunForFuqua

changes in the corporate world have some long-time Pantry Pride- Problems in Education Need Be Identified and AddressedDear .
resulted in an empty space where the Rawson employees who lost their retire '

once-bustling Rawson's supermarketstood ment benefits. PlaceState
Mr. Editor: hard. Maybe the teachers are teaching
in the Starke Plaza on Madison With buy-outs, take-overs, consolidations higher than our standards.We .
localRawson's I would like to make a few comments on
Street. It is ironical that the
and bankruptcies a daily oc- the article printed in your paper last week must ask ourselves a few questions. Sen. Bill Grant, D-Madison,
was one of the profitable curance at all levels in our economy concerning the Bradford Middle School What per cent of the 6th graders are also announced Monday, March 17, he

members of the financiallytroubledgroup few workers can feel really secure in Science Department.By failing reading? How many failing Scienceare will run for the Second Congres-

that was recently taken over by their jobs. the numbers given in the paper, the also failing reading? How many failing sional District seat being vacated by
Winn-Dixie, in a bankruptcy court set- Middle School definitely has a problem. Science are A-B students? How many Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha.
Yes the closing of essential students will fail the because of
year
tlement and closed. any There are too students failing lot of
many a
"Being a North Florida native and
Science? How A student be
can an failing
business is Describing -
a depressing sight.
subjects in the 6th grade, number one be- Science only? representing a large part of the 2nd
the final sale ing Science.
50-percent-off at Congressional District as a state
Poke Mcllenry, the Florida Times Rawsons in Hilliard, Poke McHenry I have always believed that when We need to stop passing the buck and get senator since 1982, I believe I have a
columnist
L'nion grassroots recently observed "There little students fail down to some serious investigation unique combination of backgroundand
sadly was a they are not getting proper
described the traumatic effect of a cheese and a little wine left on the instructions. A child is sent to school to According to the numbers given in the experience to bring to the
Hawson store closing in the onegrocerytown learn, not to fail. A few students may never article, we need to look into the whole office," Grant said Monday at a
shelves but in wine-and-
of Hilliard. He wrote: nobody was" a grasp Science, but 48 per cent of them? I situation at the Middle School. This does Tallahassee news conference.A .
cheese mood, either. find this hard to believe, unless there is not distract, however, frem the problemstill
"Watching a grocery store die is a truly a problem with the Science Department in the Science Depal tment. conservative 43-year-old
thingespecially if it is the Democrat and banker from
depressing There is definitely a problem at the Mid- Madison, Grant said he will have an
only full-grown grocery in your com- More Inspectors Needed To put the blame on poor reading, dle School and we as concerned parents advantage over any potential opponents -
munity and is dying for the second timein elementary teachers, parents, etc. is a should be asking the question: "WHY ARE since he already represents

less than a year". cop-out. Maybe our teachers don't make SO MANY OF OUR STUDENTS FAIL- 10 of the 25 counties in the 2nd
Amusement RidesIt their classes interesting to hold the ING?"
enough Linda WoodsRt. District, which geographically is
Poke said that Milliard has
over 2,000 students' interest. Maybe the books are too 2,Starke Florida's largest district, stretching
people (who like to eat and "a great from the western edges of Jackson,

many of then are upset, unhappy, was disconcerting to many parentsto Calhoun, Gulf, and Franklin Coun-
resentful, and temper-frazzled over the learn this week that mechanical ties in west-Florida to the western

latest development in the soap-opera "rides" at Florida amusement parks Forestry in Bradford County edge of Clay County and the SW edgeof

that unfoldingand fairs, and carnivals go uninspected, andthere Duval County. Grant said approximately -
supermarket saga keeps
45 percent of the U.S. House
is little enforcement to ensure that
folding here. White-Tailed Deer By David w- Norton County Forester district's voters live in his state
ride owners follow through and make Senate district.

improvements on their equipment when Don't forget' that this is National Wildlife
It was the second supermarket clos- You can have timber production and
Grant elected
recommended. Week. You are to think about all the to the Florida
ing experienced by Milliard in a short good white-tailed deer population in your Senate
wildlife benefits, both yesterday, today, following a 1982 legislative
period of time. "The townfolk were duly According to a spokesman, who pine plantation! If you are willing to and TOMORROW that we have received- reapportionment and re-elected in

delighted when IGA opened the first recently resigned from his part-time job shown manage that both management properly, of research has please do this before you bag your spring 1984, said he will resign from his
planta-
real supermarket Hilliard ever had," with the Bureau of Fairs and Exposi- tions is highly compatible with pine deer. Pro gobbler. I understand some folks have Senate seat this July- although the

said Poke. "Housewives could buy tions, under the State Department of duction costs of favoring deer habitat can their their free/.er.next Thanksgiving meal already in until resignation after the would Nov.not 4 general be effective elec-

locally everything they had heretofore Agriculture, said that inspections of be minimal because the same manage- tion.A .

been forced to journey at least to amusement rides at Florida carnivalsand ment practices that increase timber

Callahan or Folkston, Ga. to get. But lo, fairs are "a big joke". At present, growth white-tailed can deer.also enhance Poorly managed conditions pine for AARP banker by proCession Grant
ChapterTo said one of his major concerns as a
the townfolk were considerably the State pays only two part-time plantations are very poor deer habitat. U.S. congressman would be bringing"our

downcast last year when, after many workers and one full-time inspector to The formula for more deer and more Here spiralling debt and its compa-

rumors and rumors of rumors, IGA check rides at 43 county and agriculturefairs timber is a three to four year burning rotation Organize nion balance of trade deficit under

folded and silently stole away. Once in Florida, officials say Worse with thinning on an as-needed basis. control."

more, no store. still, no one is assigned to check safetyof Prescribed timber burning and thinning for Thursday, Apr. 17
improvement are the major
the rides at of the small practices
"Then just few short months many car- to improved deer habitat while
a ago promoting
All senior citizens of Bradfol'dCounty
nivals setting up in parking lots or shop timber growth.
came good tidingsRawsons was open- and are invited and urged to at-
centers selling tickets
to
ing the Hilliard store, bigger and better ping How? Burning increases production and tend the organization meeting for a CCC ReunionSet

than ever. It did, and it was. Joy reigned thousands of children and adults each improves palatability (a big word for las- new chapter of American Associa-
>ear. ty) of plants that deer prefer to eat It also tion of Retired Persons (AARP) to
anew. But it was oh, so shortlived. improves the nutritional value of these he held Thursday, April 17 at 1:00: For April 12
Rawsons faltered and failed, and Winn Agriculture Commissioner Doyle particular plants. p.m. in the Senior Citizens Center

Dixie came into ownership of the Conner has asked the Legislature for Deer forage also increases dramatically west of the new courthouse At Gold HeadThe
$200,000 to hire six inspectors and make
Milliard store. after the first commercial thinning of a Harry Fertig, chairman of the

"The closing of Rawsons left inspection of all rides mandatory. The pine plantation. The age at which the first steering committee for organizationof Eighth Annual Statewide CCC Camp
House Agriculture Committee has approved thinning of a pine plantation wiW occur the new chapter, announced that Picnic/Reunion will be held
employees in the same state of uncer- varies based on such factors soil condi- Louis Stark the Na- Saturday,
the bill, but many hurdles must as: : representing April 12, at Gold Head Branch State Parkon
tainty they were left in when IGA mov- be cleared before it is given final tions, number of seedlings planted, and the tional AARP will attend the meetingand SR-21, six miles north of Keystone
ap-
ed out." age of the timber. Regardless of the assist in the organization and Heights
proval. desirable time to thin pines, deer habitat is election of officers for the new
.
Interested and concerned parents relatively secure after the first thinningand chapter. All men who served in the Civilian Con-
with servation Corps, and members
of their
We couldn't with those with small children prescribed burning. Stark that AARP
agree more especially says provides families, and present and former Florida
McHenry when he wrote, "Watching a should contact their legislators urging Other techniques for improving deer many services for senior citizens Park Service Employees and their
store die is of that would habitat are available and differing techni- and shows them how to stay active families are urged to attend this
grocery a depressing thing. support legislation help ques will produce different results depen- by participating in community,state all day
Even though Starke, with one super- protect their children from the dangersof ding on the size of the area you have to and national affairs. gathering and bring a picnic spread.

market left is a step ahead of Milliard, unsafe rides. manage. For more information, such as a "AARP is Much of the early construction work at
of informationto
a source
wildlife management plan for your par Gold Head Branch State Park was done by
ticular farm or property, you can contact persons over 50 on subjects suchas Civilian Conservation Corps Company 2444
the Lake City office of the Florida Game medicaid health care, insurance, medicare, during the depression days of the 1llJs! :
fitness and nutri-
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. A physical when the Government pro.ided jobs for
tion, Stark said. "Each is
chapter
game biologist can give you additional tipson to have unemployed young men in return for their
improving deer habitat which you could encouraged an active work on conservation projects.For .
e legislative committee to keep the
experiment with on your property.. informed further information on the reunion
The wofWt large landowner I I. the U.S. government, with over 1.2 million square group contact George H. Grant at 964-6928! ,
mifoe. MI area almost the size of India. Starke.t ,









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Bradford-Union Realtors ..
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Meeting Tuesday, Apr. 15

'" The Bradford-Union Board of
..... / Realtors will have a general
.... in the
.. ) meeting private dining room
t' 'of the Brudlord Family Restaurant
(formerly Chicken Factory) Tues- I
day, Apr 15 at 8 a.m. Coffee and
doughnuts will be served. I
ti Board of Realtors Officers are
President Cecelia Terwillegar, Vice
r'M President Lavern Outlaw, Secretary
Vernie Odom, Treasurer Suzanne r+
Kitchens, RealtorAssociateRepresentative
Bill Dodd, and
y ly Private Property Chairman Lee
Hardenbrook. r
A hall-hour TV special will be Y
:shown in five Florida markets dur- j
... ing American Home Week. "Home
'J' .. -- Sweet Home" will feature Jeff 1
.
.,a '. '\ ., Smith, "The Frugal Gormet" and
,
Marshall Loch ol magazine
Money
-..... .. Lisa Ann Green
..
show
... -.- ollcnng linancial advice. The
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.. and Kevin Howe
I I ... "" "' will interview a couple whose hard
"" .. work off in their dream
paid owning
.. I", ... Lisa Ann Green,
home. will
Emphasized! throughout i
./ ., be the role and services of a Realtor. Kevin Howe
.
The air date bar the Jacksonville Engagement Told
viewing area will be April 13, Channel .
Five Finalists... 12, at 1 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Green of Starke

The five finalists in i the Strawberry Queen contestvoro.: runner-tip; Shilynn Chaff, Strawberry Queen ; Kellic announce the engagement of and their ar-
Starke Church God marriage
of
left to right, Terri Fender, finalist ; Donna Parado, first Baldwin, second runner-up) ; and Polly iriflis, finalist. daughter proaching, Lisa Ann, to Kevin W.
To Have Special Guest Howe, son of Mildred Howe and the r

Speaker Apr. 16The.Starke late Rev. Tommy Howe of Starke.
Shilynn Chaff Crowned 1986 Strawberry Pageant Queen Church of God Youth The wedding will be an event of
June 14 at 1 p.m. in the Heilbronn
Department will be having a special Springs Baptist Church. All friends

\b Miss! Shilynn Chaff, 16 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. Jerald Baldwin. Kellie was sponsored Sawyer Gas & Appliances of from guests Jacksonville, Miss Carman in Langford, and relatives are invited to attend.
a special one-
BUickslu-ar and the late Lou Chaff, was crowned 1986 Bradford County Starke, Inc.Completing. service 16 Lisa is a graduate of Bradford
Strawberry Queen last Saturday night before crowd ol 500 in the Bradford the top five are Miss Ten! Fender, 17, daughter of Mrs. GaleM. at night 7:30 on Wednesday, Apr. High School and is presently atten-
High Auditorium.The Fender and the late James F. Fender. Terri was sponsored by Williams p.m.Carman will be and ding Santa Fe Community Collegeand
giving
Jewelry. Also in the five finalists is Miss Gnlfis/ 17 of Mr. singing working part-time at the Florida
J 24th Annual Pageant sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club of Starke : Polly daughter her testimony regarding her healingof
. featured lovely young ladies in the pageant entitled, "Strawberries Are A and Mrs Doyce Griflis. Polly was sponsored by Koch's Drug Store. anorexia. She is a 14 old witha Twin Theatre.
r Girl's Best' Friend"" Miss Congeniality as voted on by the contestants themselves was Miss wonderful .year Kevin is a graduate of Bradford
I Master of ceremonies for the evening was Representative! George Crady, Shilynn Chaff. Shilynn was sponsored by Handyman Fence Co., Tommy Montz testimony.Rev. cordially invites the High School and is Fire Chief at
assisted by 1985 Strawberry Queen Tracie Clark. Musical entertainment was Reddish owner. public to attend this special service. Union Correctional Institute.
f provided by Miss Virginia Crawford. As Queen, Shilynn's first official duly w.is participating in the opening
ceremonies of the Bradford County Fair on Wednesday. Shilynn will be look- St. Marks WomenTo
First runner-up was Miss Donna Parado, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ing forward to meeting all the nice people of Bradford County in the Lake Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Meet April 16
Romeo Parado, Starke. Donna was sponsored by C.J.'s Cuttin' Loose. Chevrolet-Olds booth during the fair, Thursday 6.8 p.m., Friday 3-4:30: and
Second runner-up was Miss Kellie Ann Baldwin, 17, daughter of Mr. and 6:30-8 p,m. and on Saturday from 6-8 p,in. Hosts Guest Churches The Women of St. Mark's will
meet in the Parish House on
will be
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church

AnnouncingKristin .............,......,........,...........,...,..............,...,...........,', having guest churches at the April 13 Wednesday, Apr. 16 at 10:30: a.m.
I A. SihomingMr. Joel ;Maurice Purr' 11 a.m. church services.In DAR ChapterTo
I Starke Elementary NewsStarke I and Mrs. H.L. Schoening, Jr., John and Diane Pare' of Orlando addition, the Mt. Pisgah Youth 17
of Graham, announce the birth of a announce the adoption of a son, Joel Department will be having a Tom Meet April

Elementary school held Pusaleri, Kristy Larsen, Christie daughter, Kristin Aliece, born Mar. Maurice, born Feb. 23, in Orlando. Thumb Wedding on Apr. 13 at 3 p.m.and The Samuel Elbert Chapter, DAR
their awards ceremony for the Dixon, Eric Gunter, Penny J. 3 in Gainesville. She joins one Maternal grandparents are Rev Alton Jones, Pastor invites will meet at the home of Mrs. Emily
fourth six weeks on Thursday Mar. Gunter, LeAnn Carlton, Julie brother, Mall.Maternal Lucille Edwards and the late James Reporter Carnell Clark cordially Wahl in Keystone Heights on Thurs-
27 in the cafeteria. The following Walker, Rashaunda Hendrieth, grandparents are Mr. Maurice Edwards, Sr., of Starke. everyone day, Apr. 17 at 2 p.m. f
students received awards: Chera Starling, Crystal Greer and Mrs. Keith Booth of Starke.
Student of the Six Weeks. Jeanie Dean, Andrea Dommon, Great grandparents are Lillian
Carrie- Thompson, DeWayne -- Adam: Gaskins, Natashie Cohens, Miller ol Milwaukee, Wis., and Mr.
Levi Williams. and Mrs. James Booth,of Palatka.
t Henderson, Robert Salter, ..JTonyB Lariscyt
are
ChrMopher-Bott\ ,*Ashley Guthrie;' Most ImprovedHeidi Paternal grandparents of Starke and
Catherine Schoening .
Carl Tyson, Chris Crawford, Rhan- Jones, Brian McGinn, Gin- Herman Schoening, Sr. of Waldo.
non Bolt, Sarike Patel, Craig Starl- nie Campbell, Michael Sutton, Mark Great grandparents are Mr. and
ing, Heather Williams, Jamie Gotts, Thomas Johnson Bucky Jor- Jackson
Dusty Mrs Norman Fairchild of ,
Christine Newsome, Stephanie dan, Jarri Warren, Jeremy Hauger, Mi., and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Henmanof Suwannee Swifty
Tillman,Donal ina Tyson, Karla Aaron Larsen, Charles Henderson, Starke.
Harper, Hardy, Tonya Mar- Mack Williams,John Skipper,Stacy
tin, Stephanie Sellers, Tera Eaton, Kesha Wilkes, Ohviah Camp-
Maliyasic, Sally Goins, Julie Starl- bell, Ahmad Hudson, Angie Bentley, Dana Michelle Beck SPECIALS!
ing, Kerry Taylor, Randy Taylor, Gennetta Johnson, James Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Beck of
the birth of
Ryan Reddish. Lawtey announce a
Jason Clemons, Shane Reddish,Ter-
Super Citizens ries Jackson, Nina Paul, Allen daughter, Dana Michelle, born
March 28 and weighing 8 Ibs. 10 oz. '
<
Angela Phillips,Vanessa Norman, Luther, Latrissa Williams, Amy brothers and -JSUWANNEE ?*
She joins two Ricky
Vicki DeSue, Julie Hasten, Stacey King Natashie Cohens, Donna Brian. : ; j ""a-FOP STORE
Macomber, John Murrhee,
Floyd, Jarri Warren, Jason Thompson Christine Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Lawrence Hankerson
,
Kenneth Carmichael Debbie and Mrs. L.A. Redding, Sr. of
Devers, Krystal Mobley, Christy Whittle, Johnny Walker, Christine Lawtey and Mrs. Sybil Beck and the
Paulk, Michael Hepburn, Michael Reed Ronnie Gunter, James Davis. late C.J. Beck of Starke. __ _

I I

I I Hampton Hilites I Weeks Cemetery UDC WorkdayThe Holds


By Dolores Meng cipal Mary Ann Kyle was also en- W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, wr-aeo 1 tom'cal ,
Phone<468-1915 joyed.Under. held a workday at Crosby Lake *
faster VisitorsMr. group 2 the foods sampled Cemetery on Thursday, Apr. 3. \
and Mrs. Harold Crawford included shrimp rabbit, smoked The W.T. Weeks lot was cleaned

Hunt hosted at an their Easter Hampton Dinner Lake and homeon Egg halves.turkey, smoked corn. beef and pecan and Dryden also, the Florida graves Light of Lt. William Artillery T., Peggy Mote, Store Manager Invites you to shop here and save! .

Mar. 30. Among those attendingwere Fruits and vegetables tasted In- CSA; Adam L. Markey, Co. H 2nd
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford, cluded cucumber slices, red beets, Florida Cavalry, CSA; James 1 t
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford, asparagus, peach, cantaloupe, Jasper Sparkman, Co. K 2nd Florida I
Jr., of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky pineapple, kiwi and black olive.In Cavalry, CSA; Sgt. Leonard W.
Moorhous and daughters of Raiford. group 4 children were served Kicklighter, Co. K Georgia Infantry,
Verba Martin, Jenese Jones and natural bread snacks, garlic, sour CSA; and Samuel P. Crews Co. D ,.
Terry Jones of Gainesville and Mr: onion, Jewish rye, wasa crisp, unsalted 1st Florida Cavalry, CSA. All Gallon Giant
and Mrs. R.V. Durrance and familyof crackers and chow mein The members were assisted by

Hampton Lake. noodles. Herb Thomas and a picnic lunch was MILK TIDE
April Birthdays The final treat was a cup of served at noon. Mrs. Bobbie Wike, A
April 1-Jerry Wadsworth, Jr. and Hawaiian Mauna Loi 'guava juice. historian gave a program on
Danielle Hersey; 2-Stacy Young; The students were brave about Southern poetry, reading "The ,
3--Thomas Edward Scoggins ; tasting unfamiliar foods and enjoyedthis Homespun Dress" by Cary Belle $1 79 ,, ', $1.99
4-EIlena Wynn and Bambi Rhoden; unique party very much. Sinclair and "Good Ole Rebel" by
5-Amy Clark, Billy Horne and Bette Assisting Mrs. Bagwell in shopp- Innes Randolph. These programsare .
Smith; Krista Nicole Fuqua; ing, preparing and serving treats in the book Confederate War
7-Roy Rhoden; 10-Melissa Kyle, were Sallye Scoggins, Lewis Poems by Walter Burgwyn Jones.
Henry Stewart and Crystal Wilson; Marney, Arbutus Johnson and If any descendants of these Con-

12--Tonya Taylor; 13-Pamelia Margaret Wadsworth. federate veterans are living in the .... .
Rhoden and Mildred Williams.. area and would be interested in

Hampton Elementary UDC, please call Mrs. Peggy 1 Dixie Crystal ((All Flavors)
Food Tasting Party Thomas, 9645344.

Bagwell's On Wednesday second, grade Apr. 2 class, Shirley was Sp.4 Maurice Overstreet Mrs., announced Franklyn Weisgerber that the ,Patton president iSUGAR\ Swiffy Drinks

treated to a food tasting party. The Stationed in Texas Anderson Chapter, UDC, is having a
children had studied good nutrition Confederate Tea on Apr. 13 from 3-5
and the various food groups, so their Army Spec. 4 Maurice B.
at the Bronson House, 100 $1.29
teacher used the party as a rein- Overstreet, son of Maurice and p.m. 59"r
Madison Street Palatka. The W.T.
Doris Overstreet of Keystone ,
forcement of this knowledge.In "S
Weeks has been invited to 2 Liter
group 1 (milk and milk products Heights, has arrived for duty with Chapter ar'
) various cheeses were sampled the 1st Cavalry Division in Fort attend. If you can attend, call Mrs. ': 5 lb
Weisgerber at 473-4958 so transpor- "
: gouda, string, chavarti, Hood Texas. .
be .
muenster smoked and pizza cheese, Overstreet, a missile crew tation can arranged.Did
well as cottage cheese. The member, is a 1981 graduate of Brad-
as made bv Prin- ford High School. You Know..........
strawberry yogurt Mrs. Jean Willis of Palmer, Mass All Brands & Sizes 30W & 10W40CIGARETTES

I School Lunch Menus law is visiting, Mr. and her brother Mrs. R.G.and Paterson sister-in-, Quaker State

this week.
Wednesdays Hamburger gravy manned
Apr. 14-18 potatoes buttered green peas, fruit cup,cookie, OIL
SchoolIond.y. cornbread, milk.Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Brant Turner of
Middle
Bradford Elem. > Fried chicken, baked beans, slaw, Washington, D.C. are spending $9 29 QUAKER
french frlea, fruit '
Chicken nuggeu fruit jello. hot rolls milk.
cocktail green beam, cinnamon mlle, milk. Friday Manager* Thursday and Friday with their Carton STATEMQIQRQli
Tuesday i Cheeseburgers,French fries,lettuce* e -ra-L4arIe mothers, Mrs. Delphia Burchette in \
tomato. ....orange, milk. !Monday I French fries, corndogs, O.J., Lawtey and Mrs. Janet Turner in 93 Single Pack 89C1i
W.d. Jello wammburgerm, klettuce&tomato, milkshakes, plsia.TuHdnyi Starke while en route to St.
pickles Pizza, French: fries, milkshakes,
Thundayt i Fried chicken, broccoli w/cheese Augustine for the weekend.Mrs. .
sauce potatoes, '. apple, rolls milk. cheeseburgers.Wednesday French fries, hamburgers, pizza,
!
cob, E.T. -
Krldav.. Pizta. lowed salad, corn on milkshakes. Marjorie Thomson visited
bar. milk School Thursdays Pizza, hamburgers, french: fries, in
Bradford ugh Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson t
.
O J.,milkshakes.Friday
OPEN I Ml
Munch i Hamburger french fries green beam, i Manager choice. Tallahassee Thursday to Saturdayand
lra,.!beir> shortcake.milk.Tuesday attended the Tour of Homes in
have choice of hot lunch,
:
Spaghetti w/meal. sauce cheese sits Each day students a
I
garden salad,apple crisp not rolls,milk. salad bar or they may purchase s-la-.arte. Monticello on Saturday. f



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Wedat Crews-Smith to Wed! Lake City Stake


Calvary BaptistMiss May 24 in GvilleMr of the Church of Jesus Christ' l of
v created Luke City Stake con-
: Shu n.> Ann Johnson and Mrs Harold A. Crews of and is composed of two congrega
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Alt Starke announce the engagementand in Live Oak, Starke Lake Butler,
.Johnson Jr ,01 Starke and Petty Officer forthcoming wedding of their !
John P Dixon of Starke, son of daughter Nancy Lynn to William I)' created Stake were Ernest R.
:Mrs Judy Hayes of Tampa and Wayne Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bedenbaugh, first Counselor and
1."wIS G. lIxonOf Starke, were mar- Wayne I. Smith of Tampa.
ried Oct. 20 at Calvary Baptist The wedding is planned for Saturday City and resides with his wife and
Church ol Slarke May 24 at 7:30:: ( p.m. at Carol I contractor with Owens-Illinois.
Rev Benny Beckum performed Estates Baptist Church, 2020 N.E of Lake City and resides there
he( ceremony before an archway 15th Street Gainesville All friends He is now engaged in his own
covered with flowers. Wedding and relatives are cordially invited to .
music was provided by pianist attend of Macclenny, and Is presently
Richard Truiror and soloist Barbara The bride-elect graduated from Management District. He and
Bridges Bradford High School and Santa Fe and reside in Lake City.
Best man was Lewis G. Dixon, Community College. She Is Church, the service of these three
lather ol the groom,and ushers were employed as an administrative expense. The Lake City Stake
Jimmy Dixon, Andrew Roberts, r assistant he University of Florida. chapel located at 706 Old Country
Bryan Williams and Lee Rowe. The groom-clod graduated from
Matron of honor was Alma Robinson High I School in Tampa and
Felicelty, sister of the bride. the University ol Florida lie is Told
Bridesmaids were Claire Johnson, employed as a physician assistant
Barbara Rhoden, April Johnson and with (he Florida !Department of Corrections -

Connie Wiliams. I Gaskins, to James A Starling, son of '
The bride, given in marriage by Eloise Starling and the late Rev.
her father A.R. Johnson, Jr., appeared und I11rs.John Dixon James E. Starling of Starke.
in a white satin gown with Altar Society Elects The wedding will be an event of
three layers of lace on the bottom of The hi'ido's book was kept by August 2, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. at New
her gown and long lilted I lacy Faith Williams. Pat Williams (the The SI. Kdwaid's Altar Society Berlin Rd. Baptist Church in
sleeves The Cinderella-style fitted grooni'saunt) and Barbara Bridgescut held a meeting on Tuesday, Apr I, Jacksonville.The .
bodice had a sweetheart neckline the cake The wedding director in (the pni ish hall will he( president, << bride-elect is a graduate of
and v-shape waistline. Bodice and was Huth Edwards, the groom'saunt I Klois: Join's( piesiding. University of North Florida and is
sleeves were adorned with flowered Altar Chan'man Mary Gissy an- employed by the Duval County
I lace and seed pearls and had a full- Following the wedding (trip to nomucd that Claire Biuiu-tli had School Board as a teacher.
I skirt and cathedral-length train Disney World John and Shirley sitar! care dining March AntoinetteSlel.inelh The groom-elect is a graduate of
A crown veil with seed pearls and reside in Newport News, Va. and Shelley Maichesc! Bradford High School and is
flowered lace around the edge extended Tinbride and groom were both have volunteered during April. employed by the Florida Highway
hall way down (he cathcdral- !l17l! graduates of Br.ullord High and Patrol inrlando.MSgt .
length (ram. The bride carried a he( groom is currently in (the lJ) S :

bouquet of live pink rosebuds Navy. -, .... ......
centered with a orchid and accented i Roger Crosby
with baby's breath, white petal Robert and Gladys t Outstanding NCO
flowers, lerns and white streamers
"Flower girl Kelly Williams wore a Green To Be HonoredOn Master Sgt. Roger M Crosby, son
of Nick and Margaret Crosby of
roses floor-length in her hair Ring gown bearer with was 40th Anniversary Keystone Heights, has been named

Brad Chapman The children grandchildren and outstanding senior non-
the grandchildren of Robert! and commissioned officer of the year fir
Following ceremony, a reception great
and dinner was held at the Gladys Given; are honoring them in the Space Command.
fellowship hall of Calvary Baptist. colfbialion; their 40th wedding an- Crosby is chief of simulation train-
with the 3rd
ing Airborne Commandand
'
Reception decorations consisted of imers.irvTho.
white wedding bells and lace \ would like all friends and ,. Wesley'I Control Squadron at Tinker Air
tablecloths The bride's table rda\l'S to join (hem at a receptionnext ,...... Force Base, Okla.
featured a four-tiered wedding cake Sunday, April 13 lion 3-5 p.min He is a 1968 graduate of Bradford
adorned with pink roses with wedding (he "Fellowship Hall of (the First High School.
bands on the side United Methodist Church of Starke. -") r- I .
At the punch table, a glass punch Tlu-ir children invite you (10 come J -
bowl was surrounded with blue and and shun a special afternoon Your .l ;;
pink flowers Punch was served by gill will be >our presence at this ,. 1' FAMILY?
Martha Davis and Teresa Trainor. lo>ous ol'l'nsinn. says daughter
Dinner was served by he women of Marian Green Douglas. Kirkland
the church.
Baptist Church

Did You Know.. ........ Rebellion
"Romeo and Juliet" Lyon Finch :
Mrs. Tjiphema Alivandi of Tam- and M. tl Jenkins
Scheduled at UNF by the very mention of its name
the weekend with her
pa spent
of intelligent parent-
spine any
William Shakespeare's classic pal'l'ntsII'! and Mrs 11.11.IcHae.! Futch.JenklnsEngogement a child begins school you should

romantic tragedy "Romeo andJuliet" Told leaving a hole in the side. Then,
will be performed at the Alan Montgomery of Homesteadwas Sound advice for some parents
University of North Florida at 8 p.m. home for the weekend. Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Futch of
Friday and Saturday, 11-12 Slaike announce the engagementand '
on Apr. way. I was watching the Cosby
and Apr. 18-19, with 2 p.m. benefit Mr and Mrs John Greene visitedhis approaching marriage of their other "Honey, we have one in our
matinee performances for area high mother Mrs. J.E. Green in a daughter Angela Lynn, to Matthew we feed it." This probably sums up
school students on consecutive Sundays Valdosta Hospital on Sunday. She Eric Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. crossed over into what has to be the
Apr. 13 and 20. has been confined with a broken hip. Johnnie A. Jenkins, Jr., of Live Oak.
The wedding is planned for May
All performances will be held in
UNF's: Building Nine Auditorium. Luther Hipps of Orlando visited 10. 19R6! at 6.30: pm. in the First specific prooiem which practically
need
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Baptist Church of Starke. yearsrebellion. We to try
Tickets for the 8 perfor-
p.m. I You the of rebellion is
is 1982 of Bradford see, process
mances may be purchased at the and Mrs. A S. Harrison on Sunday. Lynn a graduate
a period of rebellion in their life. For
High School and is currently at4
door. Tickets for the general publicare
$4 $2 for university/college Mr. and Mrs Buck Woods of Live tending Santa Fe Community COB with teenage years. Puberty Is
; and in that's what
a way, exactly it
students and senior citizens. Oak spent the weekend with Mr. and lege
Children under 12 will be admitted !Mrs N.C. McConnell, Jr. Matt is a 1982 graduate of Suwannee -
County High School and is between parent and child is
Iree Seating in the auditorium is
the That involves
limited. Mr and !Mrs Carol Sellers of Mon- employed at Union Correctional In- same. change
wonder if is
cks Corner, S.C., are visiting their stitution. ; though you humanity
"Romeo and Juliet" is the second This change creates rebellion
production sponsored by UNF's Stu- aunt, Mrs. Arlin McKnight this
week. Gerald Gullion Named point is that rebellion is not totally
dent Government Association.Shakespeare's it is, but the idea of some rebellion
"Twelfth Night", Distinguished Grad and for life.
own opinions goals
Robert Cooper of Palm Bay spent
performed in November, played to Sunday to Wednesday with his Petty Officer Gerald W. Gullion, with their rebellion, then do
full houses for six: consecutive per- make the house Besides
parents, Mr and Mrs. C.L Cooper. son of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gullion of payment. ,
formances. The Coopers also had as visitors last Lawtey, has been named a as they appear to. The idea is if you
60 UNF studentsand
Approximately week Mrs Clarinell Branham and Distinguished Military Graduate at all, they explode away from you.
members of the community are children of Chipley. upon completion of Class "A" Schoolat which are not to be violated
involved in some aspect of the pro- Service School Command, Naval who they really are, then enforce

duction, which includes rousing Mr and !Mrs Charles Fields of Training Center in Great Lakes 111.
duels and
tight scenes. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Dale No more than ten percent of the the severity of your family con-
Wilcox of Fernandina Beach were graduates are chosen for this award. we all go through some rebellion. If
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gullion was selected for this honor or in a marriage. As long as we guide
USDA Commodity Herbert Green and Mrs. J. H. due to his leadership abilities, The important thing is you don't
Distribution Dates Fields. outstanding military bearing, That hurts everybody.
academic excellence, and excep- the 'perfect' teenagers and those
Suwannee River Economic Coun- in the deans officeat school could
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Bennett, tional dedication and devotion to the get
cil, Inc., announces the distributionof to Mexico Naval service. Share' for parents of teenagers and
missionaries Monterey
USDA commodities. the weekend with ,Mrs Loi, .... ...................................... yet, why not tell your son or
Commodities must be picked up= spent Even though they would never
only at the sites designated on the Bennett Mr. and Mrs Leroy Jackson, Mr. hear.
card. You must present your current and Mrs Larry David Andrews, Mr Lake Baptist Church, located on
Mr and Mrs J.T Carver attendeda
and !Mrs Rick Welch and Mr. and
card to receive commodities. You or /like to see a particular need discuss-
cookout at the home of Mr and Welch and children
Mrs Pat spent
either of two designated alternatesmay at 533-201B or write to: HOW'S THE
Mrs Bill Horne at Island Lake on the weekend with Mr and Mrs. T.L
pick up the commodities. Box 586, Starke, Fla. 32091.
Special Note: If you have trouble Saturday Welch- in Madison. .
standing, please bring a folding lawn
chair so you can be more comfor
table.
USDA's Emergency Food
Assistance program is available to
all eligible recipients regardless of

race color, national origin, age sex \\
or handicap. ': \\l'\ :

Distribution sites and dates are as SAVE
follows:
MONDAY, Apr. 14, LAWTEY ENTIRE .
Recreation Center (MiddleburgRd. o
IHVENT08Y
.), 10 m.-2:30: p.m. ENTIRE aa
TUESDAY,Apr. 15, HAMPTON City DRAPERIES 10%
Hall, XOa.m.2:30pm.WEDNESDAY: INVENTORY .
Apr. 16, BROOKER a
BEDSPREADS
d
City Hall 10 in.-1:30 p.m. j o o OF '
WEDNESDAY, Apr. 16, SPEED-
VILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist ON

Church, 10 m.-l:30: p.m. CURTAINS ti; '
THURSDAY, Apr. 17, OLD RJE
School Bldg., 10:30 a.m.-4p.m.
FRIDAY, Apr. 18, OLD RJE School ALLITEMS
Bldg., 9:30: m.-l:30 p.m.
Cheese, butter and honey will be
distributed this month. Please bringa
box or bag to put your com
modities in.
t
Pfc. James Handley l \

Completes Training \COME BYREGISTER

Marine Pfc. James D. Handley, IN '
son of James D. and Wanda J. : SIDEWALK

Handley of Keystone Heights, has < SALE 8 FORBEDSPREAD
c'
been meritoriously promoted to his

present rank upon graduation from SATURDAY, THESTORE 1 AND
recruit training at Marine Corps MATCHING CURTAIN
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C \ 4 rl
Handley received the early pro-
motion for his superior performance
during all phases of the 11-week !
training cycle, which emphasized I 1iCa.
physical conditioning self-discipline
und teamwork.He .
is a 1985 graduate of Keystone !

Heights High School. .

Did You Know...........

Mr. and !Mrs. Mac Baldwin attended .
the Catfish Festival in Crescent .
City over the weekend.








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Bradford Invitational Track Meet Set Saturday, 13 To AttendThe


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Bradford Invitational, the biggest and girls competition, are Ocala The 440-yard relay"should be exciting and high jump should be outstanding six. cent ot Palatka is at 2:;Jti.
track meet of the year on the Forest, Father Lopez, Clay High, with closely matched com- .BHS's Lonnie Hamilton has a The girl's mile, two-mile, and half- In the two mile there are six girls
BHS oval, is set Saturday, April 12, Lake Weir, Gainesville Eastside, petition, predicts Coach Loper. chance to place in the shot and mile runs and many of the relays between 11:28: and 12:30.: Buchard
with 13 schools expected. Nease High, Augustine, Florida Wesley Johnson, Darren Patterson discus. Herbie Cooper has a chanceto should be excellent races, the coach from Father Lopez has the 11:28.:
"It promises to be an exciting School of the Deaf, Palatka High, Corey Roberts, and Herbie Cooperwill place in the high jump at 6'2", but says. In the girl's mile there are five Hopkins from Palatka is at 11:42,
meet. Although we may not have as St.Johns High, Robert E. Lee Highof run for the BHS boys. The BHS the event has six guyss over six feet. girls between 5:20: and 5:30.: BHS's and Distefano from Lake Weir is at
many teams this year as we have in Jacksonville, and the host team, girls team is Terri KItties, Tela Best shotput guy Rob Sehnert of SA Lori Sapp has the best time coming 11:41.
the past, the quality of the performances Bradford High.Probably Buie, Angie Cohens, and Kim at between 56 and 57 feet, and the in In the mile, 5:20.: Hawk from Lori Sapp is going to run the half-
will probably be as good as the boys team favored to Adams. best discus coming in at 11>5-156 feet. Lopez and Hopkins from Palatka are mile, the mile, and anchor the mile
ever," says BHS Coach George, win coming is Ocala Forest In the boys 440 yard relay there Some excellent sprinters are due at 5:21.: Distafano from Lake Weir is relay.In .
Loper. The girl s team favored to win five teams running between 42 and to compete, and those races shouldbe at 5:30. the girl's mile relay there)is five
Prehmina-ies start at 10 a.m. coming would have to be Father 43-plus seconds, which is hummingit. very competitive, says Coach Lori Sapp's half mile time of 2:20: teams around 4:12: to 4:20.:
Finals start at 1 p.m. Admission is Lof.ez. It is a big meet, quality will Best time coming in is Ocala Loper. Bradford's Felicia Davis is the best time in the half mile gun Gainesville Eastside is 4:14, Weir is
anything that happen. Forest at 42.7. should run around 62 in the open 440 to tape. Hawk from Lopez has the around 4:12: Forest is at 4:20, and
$1.Schools expected, for both boys "' ;,.hll..h'. -r 't.n ...,...< "knd' h.,. Thr fir>lrl events shot put, discus dash which could place in the first next best time at 2:22.: Monika Vm- Lopez runs a 4:13.:




Lori Sapp's First Place in 880 Yard Run Paces BHS GirlsIN I


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Lori Sapp won the tutu-yard run in says Coach George Loper as she Sapp anchored with a 51 mile leg. Mile Relay: 5)) BHS 4:42.7: (Robin The team is composed of Chrissi Davis a 64-plus quarter and Sappran
2:24.7: and ran a 5:17: anchor mile in again came from behind, coming up Manning, Chrissi I Anders, Terri Kitties Anders, Felicia Davis, Christy Har- a 2:18.5: half-mile anchor leg.
another come.frombehind win in from third to win in both races. and Kim Adams). rell, and Lori Sapp. Anders ran a Other BHS places at Wolfson
the distance medley relay at the In the sprint medley relay the BUS At Orange Park... Only three class 3A schools, BHS, 246 half mile on the opening leg. were:
Orange Park Invitational this past team of Angie Cohens, Kim Adams, Other BHS places at the Orange Bishop Kenny, and Middleburg, Davis turned a 65-plus quarter, Har-
week. Felicia Davis and Sapp posted a Park Invitational last Friday April competed at Orange Park. The rest rell ran the 3/4 of a mile in 4:22: and 880Yd. Relay: 5)BHS 2:06.2:
4:21.5: time. In the 220 legs Cohens 4, were: were Class 4A. No team scores were Sapp turned in a 5:17: mile. (Sharon Hamilton, Allison Den
Sapp also anchored the BIIS's win ran 29.9, Adams 28.9. In the quarter Shot put: 3)Kim) Adams, 28'2". kept, but had they been the BHS "They all ran outstandingly," said mark, Robin Manning, Angie
ning one-mile sprint medley relay mile leg Felicia Davis ran 64. 100 Meters: 6)Sharon Hamilton, girls would have faired well, said Coach Loper, of the race in which Cohens).
distance medley relay at the Wolf Coach Loper. Lori Sapp came from third place to

Pack Relays at Wolfson High in The distance medley relay team 16.5Mile Run: 4)Lori) Sapp, 5393.: win.BHS Sprint Medley Relay: 4)BHS)
Jacksonville Tuesday night, April 8. ran 13:30.5: at Wolfson. Chrissi( 440-yd Relay: 5)BHS61.1 (Terri also won the one-mile sprint 2:43.3: (Robin Manning, Allison Den
Sapp ran a 2:18.5: half mile anchor Anders ran a 2.46 half mile on the Kittles, Sharon Hamilton, Allison At Wolfson... medley relay, and Lori Sapp also mark, Angie Cohens, Kim Adams).
leg in the sprint medley relay and a opening leg, Felicia Davis ran a Denmark, and Kim Adams). i The BHS girl's distance medley came from third from behind to win Mile Relay: 4)BHS) 4:42.6: (Christy
5:17: mile anchor leg in the distance 65-plus quarter, Christy Harrell ran Two Mile Run: 5)Christy) Harrell, team won first place at Wolfson in that race. Angie Cohens ran a 29.9 Harrell, Kim Adams, Felicia Davis
medley relay, "a fantastic race" 4-22: in the 3/4 mile lee and Lori\ 12:31.9.: 13:30.5. 220. Kim Adams a 28.9 220, Felicia Lori Sapp).



Cooper, Hamilton Best For Boys in Two MeetsPack


Herbie Cooper's 6'2" high jump Relays Tuesday, April 8. Except Smith 21.0.440.Yd. Sprint medley relay: 6)BHS) 2:11.7: 131 I
was third at the Orange Park Invitational for BUS, Bishop Kenny and Relay' 5)BHS 45.9 (Lonnie Hamilton, James Jameson, Lt !
and Lonnie Hamilton's 44'8" Middleburg, the competition at both (Wesley Johnson, Daren Patterson, Darren Patterson, Wesley Johnson). -neJ <<4.
and 47'5"shot put tosses were fourth meets was fromt Class 4A Jacksonville Corey Roberts, and Herbie Cooper). 440-yd relay: 7)BHS) 48.7 (Lonnie
places at Orange Park and at rhnnta' Hamilton, Coltrane Felton, Cleve
Wolfson High this past week. Other BHS places were: Hankerson, Bryan Lane).
At Wolfson... One-mile sprint medley relay:

The Bradford boys found the competition -- At Orange Park... Distance medley relay: 7)BHS 8)BHS 4:20.62: (Lonnie Hamilton, Midnight Video
tough at both the OP Invitational Discus: 6)Lonnie Hamilton 118'6". 13:10.9: (Coltrane Felton, BryanT James Jameson, Cleve Hankerson,
last Friday and at the Wolf 120-Yd Hish HurdlesBISnpnrpr ,01](', Gono TVwvll r.-"Word). Cam Ward).

Starke Plaza Next to Old Rawson's

BHS Bond "Stamp Day" Set Saturday
& LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP

The BUS Spirit of Bradford Band is The band earned the right to go to 2 FREE MOVIES
holding a "Stamp Day" Saturday, State Finals as a result of theirslraightsuperlorperformanceat 14.95

April 19, in an effort to raise money the SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING Cigarette WITH APPLICATION
to for the in Involved Florida Bandmasters Association
over $3,000 expenses RENT 3 MOVIES GET 4th FREE
in taking the band to state District III Festival held in Smoke Contains Carbon Monoxide.
finals held in Fort Walton Beach Gainesville March 8. MATINEE Reserve Your

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HOURS: Monday Thursday 9 am 9 pm

Public Notices Friday Saturday 9 am 12 midnight

Sunday 1:00: pm 6:00: pm

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THE CIRCUIT COUR. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO "Stop By" and Select A Late Moile"
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME OF FLORIDA, EIGHTH REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Statutes notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned Donna Lee English sole Civil/ Deportment undersigned. Garden Restaurant, Inc.,
owner doing business under the firm Cose No. 86.6-CA sole owner, doing business under the
name of All Quality Products, Rt. 2, Box 'IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF firm name of Vlto's Pino. 105 Edwards
2838 Melrose, Florida 32666, Intends to WILES BUD DAMSON JR., Road. Starke Florida 32091, Intends to
register said fictitious name under the Husband, register said fictitious name under the
aforesaid statute. and aforesaid statute
Dated this 4th day of April. A.D.,1986. ALICE MARIE DANSON Dated this 19th day of March, A.D., rn.cIttntnti l1
in Bradford County. Wife 1986 In Bradford County.
4/104tpd5/l NOTICE OF ACTION/ 3/20 4tchg 4/10
TO: ALICE MARIE DANSON State of Florida .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 22 Gannett Rood
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR QuIncy, Massachusetts 02169 AUCTION NOTICE Executive Department
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon Tallahassee
for Dissolution/ of Marriage has day, April 21, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock
CASE NO. 86.15.CP been filed against you, and you are required A.M., the undersigned Gator
((1-3710)) to serve a copy of your written Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc
IN RE. Estate of defenses to It. If any. on the Plaintiff' tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
MARY OWENS BROWN attorney whose name and address:
one lot of display material consigned
Deceased. WM A. BESSENT III ESQUIRE to Florldlon Card Prods., Tampa.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
BESSENT MOODY Fla., to satisfy freight and storage
administration of the Estate of
403 West Georgia StreetP.
charges, under the provisions of Section
MARY OWENS BROWN Deceased, File
No. 86.IS,CP. Is pending In the Circuit Slorke./ O Florida Box 1056 32091 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. WHEREAS as citizens of the United States one of our
Gator Inc., Carrier
Freightwoys
Court for Bradford County Probate Division ((904)) 964-7262 Pro. 08.667693 dtd 2/14/86 most precious rights is the privilege of acquiring real
the address of which Is Bradford and file' the original with the clerk of the property andWHEREAS
County Courthouse, Stark., Florida above-lifted court on or before ZONING NOTICE
32091. WEDNESDAY 30 APRIL 1936; otherwIse.udgm.n' KEYSTONE CHRISTIAN CHURCH has Americans and Floridians
The and addresses of the Personal may own property, use
names be entered against
a / may you made for SPECIAL EXCEP
Representative and the Personal application property, or transfer property without interference with the
for the relief' demanded In the Petition TION for Church and other houses of
Representative attorney are set forth WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Worship II to the Bradford County Boardof rights of others; and
below. Court on 17 March. A D., 1986GILBERTS. Adjustments on property that is
interested are required to
file with this Court.persons WITHIN THREE MON Clerk/ of Sold. BROWNAs Court classified RSF-1 I and described below: WHEREAS knowing exercising and protecting our private
mile south of Golf Course
located 3/4
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ParrIsh property privileges is important; and
By Becky turn-off off Rd. 21, lot 20 of Geneva
NOTICE: (I) all claims against the estate As Deputy Clerk
Woods Parcel 6003-A 02000 In Section
and ((2))to any whom objection notice by was an mailed Interestsed that 3/20 4tchg 4. 10 25 Township 8 South Range 22 East. WHEREAS the Florida Association of Realtors with over

challenges person the validity of the will, the --,- The Bradford County Board of Adjustments 70,000 members actively engaged in all aspects of the real

qualifications of the Personal Representative NOTICE OF SALE will conduct a public hearingat estate profession, continues its commitment to work with theState's
venue or jurisdiction of the FOR NONPAYMENT OF STORAGE UNIT their regular meeting held on Tues citizens businesses and governmental entities in
day April 29, 1936 at 7:30 In the
Court Notice is hereby given pursuant to p.m.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Florida Statutes 83.806 that on April 12. Council Room of City Hall on Thompson preserving and protecting rights to real property ownership;

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 1986 10 a.m.. a sale will be held at Bid. Street Starke Florida. At this time all and
Publication of this Notice has begunon 4, Unit 94 and 104 Mini of America persons will be heard concerning this
April 10. 1986. Storage, Hwy 100 Keystone Heights application as specified in the Zoning WHEREAS each year as members of the National Associationof
Attorney for P.rsonalR.pr..ntatlve Flo., phone 4737683. This sale involves Codes of Bradford Country. Realtors celebrate American Home Week and the eligibilityof
: of the following tenants and L. M. Gaines, Director
property
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.P. what Is believed to be stored. Itchg 4/10 all Americans to own real property ; and

O. Drawer 40 Mark. Howl., P. O. Box 1484. ----
Starke, Florida 32091 Keystone Heights, Flo. 32656, Household NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WHEREAS this nationwide celebration recognizes homes
904 964 8272 furniture and tool.
for business and industry
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME people ;
A sate of the entire contents of unit
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
Personal Representative: will be made to the highest bidder. If no
EDITH C. METTE bidder the sale will be conducted pur Statutes, notice It hereby given that theunderslgn.d. NOW, THEREFORE I Bub Graham, by virtue of the authority

3401 St. Nicholas Avenue suant to rental agreement between tenant doing business, Eloulse under Hill the firm sole name owner of, vested in me as Governor of the State of Florida do hereby
Jacksonville, Fla.\ 32207 and landlord.
proclaim April 13-19 1986 as
4/102tchg4/17 4/3 2tchg 4/I 0 301 Liquors 2309 N. Temple Ave.,
Stork., FL, Intends to register said fictitious
name under the aforesaid AMERICAN HOME WEEK
PUBLIC HEARINGThe
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO statute.Dated.
Bradford County School Board
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME this 27th day of March. 1986 In
Stark., Florida will hold a Public Hearing Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Bradford County in Florida and do hereby remind all Florida citizens of their
on a proposed. addition to Board Rule Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 3274tchg417NOTICE right to own real property and their obligation to know, use
Nan Instructional Employee
6Gx4304. sole ,
undersigned Lisa L. Turner owner
Probationary Period on April 21, 1986 doing business under the firm name of and protect these rights.
at 7 p.m., In the School Board Room of Rent-A-Weed. Rt. 4, Box 580 P. O. Box Of INTENTIONTO
.
the Bradford Schools' Administrative Offices 801, Starke, Fla. 32091 Intends to REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
582 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, register said fictitious name under the Pursuant to Stttlon 8U.09. Florida hereunto set my hand and
Florida aforesaid statute. Statutes notice /> hereby given' that the
Copies of this proposed addition maybe Dated this 4th day of April A.D., 1986 undtnlgntd Lorraine Champion and caused the Great Seal of
obtained at th. Superintendent's Offices In Bradford County. Don Champion Sr., joint owners doing the State of Florida to be
between 7:30: a.m., and 4:30: p.m.. 4/104t5/1 business under the firm name of Champion affixed at Tallahassee theCa
Monday through Friday. Travel Agency 838 N. Temple Ave., 1 i IB /S day ofin
This Is In compliance with the Florida Stark., Florida Intends to register said #
Statutes Chapter 120.54 as enacted by AUCTION NOTICE fictitious name under the aforesaid the year
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday of Lord
the 1974 Florida Legislature.Dewey statute. cjUr nineteen hundred
B. McKinney April 14, 1986. at 10:00: o'clock Dated this 18th day of March A.D., r and eighty-six.
the undersigned, GatorFrelghtrways
A.M.,
Asst. Sup.rlnt.nd.ntBradford Bradford
1986 In County.
will sell at public
County School. Inc., 3/204tpd4/10
4102tchg417NOTICE auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.,
Jacksonville, one lot of desk consignedto -
Tumi Intern, Miami Flo., to satisfy
freight and storage charges, under the AUCTION NOTICE --
OF INTENTIONTO provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform NOTICE Is hertby given that on Mon. VERNOR
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Standard Bill of Lading. day. April 14, 1986 at 10:00 o'clock
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Gator Frelghtways. Inc., Carrier A.M., the undersigned Gator
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Pro. 03-721985 dtd 2/27/86 Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction
.
undersigned D L Champion Enter.prises 4/3 2tchg 4/10 for cash at 2400 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville ATTEST
Inc., sole owner doing buslnest Fla. one l.*t of 7 mops, consignedto
under the firm name of Champion Trovel K-Mart Lantana Fla., to satisfy
Agency 838 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. freight and storage charges under the
Florida Intends to register said fictitious The front end the sides of the tongue provision: if Section 4b( ) of Uniform
name under the aforesaid statute. are! particularly sensitive to Standard P-ll of lading. NI
Doted this 27th day af March, A.D.. sweet taste. The back of the tongue Gator Frelghtwayl. Inc.,Carrier ---
SECRETARY OP STATE
,986 in Bradford County. respond especially to bitter Pro 14-664371 dtd 1/30/86
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Lady Tornadoes Still Perfect at 13-0, Beat Interlachen 9-8


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t\ Maria Reddish sacrifice down 4-p alter me second inning, but grounder back to pitcher Patty and she got on, but Patty Smith then
grounder to second base scored Cin at game's end they had amassed 19 Smith. BHS came off the field flew out for the second out, and
dy Taylor, who had led with a walkin breathing a sigh of relief. Coach John Slater was biting his
the top of the 8th-inning and ad hits.Going into the bottom of the Cindy Taylor walked, moved to nails.
vanced on Stacy Reddish's fifth seventh, BHS had a 9-5 advantagebut t third on Stacy Reddish's hit to the But then Bridget Skeen and
single, scored the winning run for a allowed the Interlachen girls to w. second base area behind the runneri Daphie ,Williams hit back to back
9-8 win in Interlachen last Friday tie the game. By then, the Bradford and scored on Marla < singles and Jackson scored on an
afternoon, April 4. girls were alert and worried, with grounder to second base. IHS throwing error. Bridget Skeen
The closely fought contest, not one Interlachen's winning run on second With BHS up by one, 0-8, the scored on Brena Skeen's RBI single '
of the best Tornada efforts, leaves and the game tied. The next IHS bat 1 ti leadoff Interlachen batter singled for a 9-5 BHS lead going into the bot
the Bradford girls undefeated at 13-0 ter doubled; it was actually a sharp i nicely in the bottom of the eighth. tom of the seventh. BHS needed
on the season and 6-0 in the district. single hit between short and third ,kf Third baseman Kelli Jackson chased every run, too, in a game that turned
BHS leads the district, two games that got by third baseman Kellie 5s down a foul ball which she caught out to close.
ahead of second place North Marion Jackson and went through shortstop over her shoulder for the first out. Stacy Reddish was 5-for-S for BHS,
and three games ahead of Marla Reddish and left fielder Cindy i The second out came on a line shot to Marla Reddish 3-for-4, Bridget
Gainesville High after beating the Parado. However, Parado shortstop Marla Reddish. Reddish Skeen 2-for-4, and Ann Starling
Lady Hurricanes 7-1 last Thursday, recovered the ball, relayed to short r; fired to first, attempting to double 2-for-5. Every BHS player got a base
April, in other game of the week. stop Reddish who fired a strike to off the runner but the ball hit the IHS hit and either scored a run or knocked -
catcher Ann Starling and chased the runner in the back and rolled out of in a run.
BUS winning run back to third base. r r play. That put the tying IHS run on Patty Smith did a super job on the
9. Interlachen SIt That left runners at second and ti second base. The game ended with a mound, says Coach Slater. The close
took the Tornado girls awhile to third, two out, and the game riding. b fly ball to left fielder Cindy Parado. game resulted when BHS "just men-
Ret going in Interlachen they were BHS got the last out with on a 1 IHS was up 3-0 before BUS got tally went to sleep" in the late

.. .. started, on a walk and a two-run stages, said Slater,
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home run over the head of left
1f"'I''I- ,' f {;. !" "'X; l M"O't.;p:4ltrwditt .. fielder Patty Smith in the first inn- BUS 7, GIIS 1

,. I .. .".... .. ing, and one run on two hits and a The Tornado girls had little trou
"" -.. --"' BHS error in the second.
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1ILw .- .t. ble beating Gainesville High 7-1 in a
r ?..w, BHS went up 4-3 in the top of the district contest played in Starke last
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.,, wY third on four straight hits by
Thursday, April 4.
''t i .. Staring
Y / MtiI Taylor, Stacy Reddish, Ann Brene Skeen, 2-for-3 with a double,
.'". .._ / +/ and Marla Reddish, which 2 RBI's and a run scored, got the
-:1' ? tk scored Taylor. Kellie Jackson's slow winning hit in the second inning, ,
', rounder to the right side scored Coach Slater. Ann Starling led
f/ ..... t. ? Mt Stacy Reddish. A Patty Smith hit says BHS with a 3-for-3 performance at
,. '(" : scored Starling, and a Bridget Skeen
/ the plate, scored two runs, and had
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IHS went up 5-4 in the bottom of Patty Smith was 2-for-3, scored
... the third when the BHS starting pit twice, and had an RBI.
II 'S cher Tammy Lynn suddenly could GHS had 7 hits, had a runner on in
,.M1 i1'' ... rs,. r not find the plate and walked in one
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3'' bases loaded, three balls and one
iI7 ," .- .- / ..,J I II ; ; strike on the batter. Smith threw a Ann Starling and Patty Smith
\ ,< ., :--. 1"- strike on her first pitch, but missed singled, advanced on Cindy
... .. -. .... with her second pitch and walked in Parado's sacrifice grounder, and
--- .. :. ..... ,... ... :J." ... ..,. '.- the second run. But BHS got IHS scored on DH Brena Skeen's two
.. .. i"'V. '.. retired on a long fly ball to center to RBI hit in the becond. BHS add*l a
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shortstop Marla Reddish. and Ann Starling singled and some ,
Good Stop... No Contest... BHS went up 7-5 in the top of the aggressive base running by
Patty Smith has this runner in her sights with a perfect throw to third fourth with three runs. Needingsome Jackson. BHS scored four runs in the
Kelly Jackson digs down into the dirt to make an exceptional stop on during the Slarke-Inlerlachen contest! insurance runs, Marla Red- bottom of the sixth on double's by
I this hard-hit grounder 1st week in BUS Lady Tornado Softball action.this The Lady Tornadoes didn't have one of their best outings but it was dish hit a hard fly ball to right which Ann Starling, Patty Smith, Brena
Jackson has already made quite a few memorable defensive, plays enough to keep their undefeated streak going with a victory over the 2A was caught. The IHS shortstop.couldn't Skeen.... Cindy Taylor, and Stacy Red-
season teaming up with shortstop Maria Keddishat! ( right) Ladv Hams. handle Kelli .1'"**'*"'' u'* a

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Buchholz was up 8-4 going into the Check
bottom of the seventh when the
young Tornado nine exploded for MIC/
four runs on five hits to tie the gameup IIIII"
on Bradford field last Thursday _
night, April 3. Buchholz first j \ Fisher FVH904 ,
baseman, who the Tornadoes had
chased as a pitcher, Pearson hit a i % 111 Channels y a'' \
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the top of the eighth which barely got 14 Day, 4 Prog.
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fielder !Mike Chappell.With Timer 100 ,
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second base, an argument ensued
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over whether the baseball bounced Reg. 349 Cash" Carry
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ground rule double, or whether it / /I.
went over the low wire fence on the
fly and was a home. After consultingwith
Chappell and the BHS left Financing Available
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fielder the umprire waived the
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BHS shortstop Todd McLeod who wpurchaseFOR
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back singles with nobody out. The
first BHS out was a putout at third ---- __ _ = _=== = _
base when he did not slide. Coach eti I It143i.
Richter said if the BHS player had
slid under the high throw he'd have
been safe, and if everything else had
happened the same BHS would have
won the game. @
BHS chased two Buchholz pitchersin

the big seventh, and got one run on n7 4 I eru___._.._...-..-'
a wild pitch.Buchholz .
led 5-0 until the Tornadoes
scored one run in the bottomof
the fifth inning when leadoff bat-
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the bottom of the sixth Bradford 16 Presets Cash & Carry Home

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Monday, April 14, at P.K Yonge I
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The driver or thin 11)77) Chevrolet pickup truck said' her brakes jammed
causing her Vl'hldl'lIlId camper| trailer to veer Into City of Stitrke power :
pole early Tursiluy afternoon .
SKI. Greg( Nicliols tiled Nancy Toll of Michigan ith improper or un-
sale equipment in the April N IIl'I'ldc'lItlbitb occurred at the intersection
or US-iM:!( und Slt-lK) in trout of the Shell Station
'I'oitlIIN northbound on US-Ulat:! 1 :,14III.m. hC'1I she attempted to stop '
fur the signal light and ended up slrikiiiK/ the power pole. Damage to the
Ioh'lIIN $iIO.( D.umigc to lIlt'llitklilllIIN S2,!>00 and $::1011() to the trailer. r.,
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ArrestsIn Traffic Court ordered to pay $25 costs. ty retail theft Eckerd's; ordered to six to Shands, one to VA and one to to seven fire calls during March.
Walter Swindell) pled guilty driv- pay $25 costs. North Florida Regional Hospital (all Four calls were structure fires,
Bradford County March 18 in BC ing while license suspended ; Tommy D. Key pled guilty false in Gainesville). Two patients were one was a brush fire, one was wind
ordered to pay $49,50 costs. report of crime; 40 hours community taken to Riverside, two to Memorial damage and one was smoke in-
The following arrests were made. The following cases were heard Morris Biewsler Storer
pled no work, Salvation Army supervision Hospital and two to Methodist vestigation.
by local authorities kit Irullic viola- before Judge George Pierce in Bradford -
contest expired tag; produced valid 30 days. Hospital (all in Jacksonville). One Rescue 1161.6161OrganTissue (
tions in Bradford County. County Court March 18.
tag, case dismissed.!: patient was transported to the
Rescue Runs Reception Medical Center in Lake Donor
Ralph Noinuiii Jarrcll, 68, ofCI'awfordsvillc' Herbert Hawkins pled guilty to David Lester Vickory pled guiltyno For MarchThe Butler.
was j\I'I'c'Io\t'd\ April 6 allowing unauthorized person to Statewide AwarenessThe
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tag; produced tag, case Thirty-one calls were illness
lor riming while license I suspended drive; ordered to pay $25 costs. dismissed. Bradford County Rescue
: related, ten were cardiac patientsand week of April 20-28 has been
(I\VUS), according to Lt. William Benjamin Gerald Hawkins pled Paul Allen Keirnah pled no contest responded to 112 calls during the one was an obstretic patient. proclaimed by Governor Bob
Tillolson.: Bond was set at $210, he guilty no tag, no valid driver license, DWLS; product valid license, month of March, according to Super- Ten were trauma victims and thir- Graham as Organ and Tissue Dona-
was released: on his ownrecognisance. no protective headgear; cases ordered to pay $25 costs. visor of Emergency Services Cliff teen suffered trauma resulting from tion Awareness Week.
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dismissed. Michael Brian Coop pled no con Chapman. vehicle accidents. Eight calls were Throughout the week special attention
Alden Charles Morrow, Jr pled test DWLS; ordered to pay $35 costs. 76 transports required the to people suffering from respiratory will be given to increasing
John HC'nI'Alll'n ol Jacksonvillewas : guilty no tag, no valid driver license, unlawful transporting of 79 patients.
Coop pled guilty speed; problems, one call was to a person awareness concerning the need for
: arrested April 4 for DWLS, according careless driving; Morrow placed on fined $71.50. Back-up crews made seven runs. with an emotional problem and two organ and tissue donation and the
to Trooper Dean Pescia. court probation for six months. ShandsCair transported two patients calls were to overdose victims. opportunity for Floridians to
Allen was released alter a $210 surety John Alan McClellan pled guiltyno Misdemeanor Court StatPhght transported two Two people were dead when the register as donors upon their
bond was posted. tag; ordered to pay >4i\ .50 costs. patients and Rescue 50 transportedone unit arrived, six calls were false drivers' license
Scoty B. Parsons pled guilty no Edward L. Hampton pled no con
patient. alarms and six calls were cancelled For further information
Tony Lamar Henderson, 26, of tag; produced valid tag, case test cruelty to animals; placed on The majority, 48, of the patientswere enroute. contact the Florida Statewide you Organ may
Law ley was arrested April 5 for flee dismissed. six months court probation, violateno transported to Bradford and Tissue Donor Program, 1 Davis
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D. C, Roberts. Henderson was stopped tag; produced valid tag, ordered to court probation, must quarantinedog
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a 1974 Toyota. Total bond was set at Marie Linda Ardolino pled guiltyno violate no laws. LAKE CHEVY-OLDS is overstocked with new !
$630. tag; produced valid tag, orderedto Don Otis Stapf pled guilty DWI;
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'I IIii- following defendants appeared super usual 1 fur 30 jays improper tag; lined $100.75, Salvation tag; ordered to pay $25 court costs. test no fishing license; produced disorderly ; on
) in Hrudlord County Traffic Gary Lee Roberts pled no contest Army supervision. valid license, case dismissed. six months
( hurt April 1 lo receive final dl!>posi- no tag; $25 court costs. Covinglon pled guilty driving Misdemeanor Court Dennis Lockridge pled no contestno no laws, seek
lion George Randall Alvarez pled no while intoxicated; fined $362, license James Scott Hall pled no contest fishing license; produced valid court costs.Change.
contest to no tag; produced valid suspended six months, attend DWI criminal mischief; placed on 60 days license, case dismissed.
Itichurd Allen Clark pled guilty no tag, dismissed. school, Salvation Army supervisionsix court probation, make $230 restitu- Dwight Kirk Killom pled no con- of
tug t produced valid tug and paid $25 Wallace Edward Nolan pled guilty months, 50 hours communitywork. tion, fined $100.75.Clarence test drinking in public; ordered pay Donald
(purl casts.Willie improper tag; produced valid tag, Alex Sumner pled no $25 court costs. previous plea of
James McNeal pled guilty pay $25 costs. John Edwin McHae pled guilty no contest disorderly intoxication, plac-- Barney Prevatt pled guilty no guilty to ;
tn (failure to immediately report an Jerome Rome Alexander pled no lag; produced valid tag, ordered to ed on 60 days court probation, fined fishing license; ordered to pay $25 on one year -
(",(kcnt ; lined $50.75. contest no tag; fined $100.75. pay $25 court costs $100.75. cosls. sion, violate no -
!McNeul pled guilty leaving the Alexander pled no contest leaving Willard Leroy Thornton pled guil- William Lee Newham pled no con- John B. Cordell pled guilty tion $966.
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:Mi-Neal' pled guilty driving while Harvey Keith Moore pled guilty must pay $49.50.!
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Annual event draws big opening day crowds"Come I


on in and enjoy the food and the fun," invited Pam is the daughter of Billy and Wanda Griffis of Lake \ 4 ,. r.

Fair Manager Mike Cooney who officially opened the Butler. .
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36th annual edition of the Bradford County Fair at The FFA'ers growing pigs this year participated in a ...,..... ...

12:30: p.m. Wednesday, April 9. unique weight-gain contest in which mebers competedto 1J- x. -1 ..
19H6 Strawberry Queen Shilynn Chaff sniped the rib- +
who could the
see put most weight on their charges e
bon to officially open the gates. Starke Mayor Charles during a 73-day period.
Schaefer, present for the opening, welcomed visitors to Sabrina .a M
Starling won the contest by pulling 187
,
the fair and offered the \
city's hospitality. .
her
pounds on grand champion in the 73-day period for
The fair will run through Saturday April 12, with
an average of 2.48 Ib.s per day. :
some 25,000 expected to visit the fairgrounds on US-301 Lori Mosley was took second in the contest with a 176 '- ,. ;
north of Starke. Parking can be found north of the :z"'>
her for
pound gain on pig an average of 2.41 Ib.s per
fairgrounds even during busy times when the lot
around the is full. Entrance the north day.Kristy '-
ag building to Harrison
was third in the contest with a 175 /
parking lot is off US-301 just north of the Florida
her for of ,
pound weight gain on pig an average 2.4Ib.s
Highway Patrol Station, the exit back to US-301 is a '
day.Three
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road around the Horse Club arena. 4.

I The Tuesday night crowd was big enough to please Union County FFA'ers won the showmanship # .-;
Fair Manager Cooney. The Starke Rotary Club sold contest. First place went to Johnny O'Steen, second to \ f,.
1,200 chicken dinners at noon Wednesday during its annual Cristi Crosby, and third to David Harris. : "
Rural-Urban Day. And, the crowd Wednesday The 90 hogs are a record number for the Bradford-
afternoon was growing. Union Swine Show which started 13 years ago with two

Sabrina Starling, Bradford 4-11 member and a pigs, says Swine Association President James
sophomore at Bradford High School, showed the grand Balkcom. a

champion pig Tuesday night. The reserve championhog The swine growers are really fancy uptown this year

was shown by Pam Griffis, 15, a Union FFA with new pens with concrete floors. The 90 pens were
member. It was a first time winner for both girls. The built at a cost of $10,000()() shared I by the Swine Associa- .
grand champion pig sold for $6.25 per pound last ye./.rand tion and Fair Association. The new concrete floors
was bought by the Community State. were contracted out but the Swine Assoc. members

Sabrina's grand champion is a 255-pound York Cross, built the wire and wood pens.
and is the largest of the 90 pigs in the show. Sabrina is "We've got it going our way now," says Swine Assoc.
the daughter of Eddie and Dorothy Starling of President James Balkcom.
Graham.

Pam's reserve champion pig is a 220-pound Spot.BradfordUnion The weather has also gone the fair's way so far this
year. Fair officials have their fingers crossed that last

year's rainout will not be repeated.Sure .
enough, forecasters from the national Weather
Service were predicting Wednesday a portrait of bright
sunshine and windy, clear days and nights through the
weekend.

Cooney says the fair buildings, toilets, and drainage
system are in good shape.
Cooney also said that Bradford County and City of

Starke employees and inmates and employees of
Lawtey Correctional have provided invaluable
assistance in readying the fairgrounds for the April 8

opening.The .
fair exhibits open at noon Thursday, April 10. y aA

The midway opens at 5 p.m. Highlight of the day will be
the annual Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Steer Show

set for 7 p.m A gospel singing show, with the Mis-

sionaires Quartet from Lake City, will perform for.two ipUSh E HAMBURGERS 3
shows: at 8 and 9 p.m.
Friday, April 11, is Children and Students' Day at the
fair when all students through the 12th grade will be ad-

mitted free from noon until 5 p.m. The midway will

open at 1 p.m. At 4:30: p.m. Ronald McDonald will star
in "The Big Red Show Review" on the midway.

McDonaldland characters will be on hand at the fair ,

from noon until 4:30: p.m. Friday.
The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Swine Sale is set

for 7 p.m. Friday, April U,
Stonewall Jackson the country music star and a

member of the Grand Ole scheduled to appear and FFA Steer Sale is set for 7 p.m. Saturday. The Market and fair entrance at the north end ol the

for one show at 7:30 p.m. Fray. Billy Walker, also a River City Cloggers are scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. fairgrounds fill up fairgoers will be directed to the
member of the Grand Ole Opry, will appear along with Saturday. There will be two country rock and roll parking lot just north between the fairgrounds and the

Stonewall Jackson. shows, at 8 and 9:30: p.m., by Saddletramp. Roping Club area.
The midway will open at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 12, There will be only one entrance and one exit. The en-
the fair exhibit buildings at noon. The Beef BreedingSale Fair Parking... trance will be just north of the FHP station the exit at

is set for 6 p.m. Saturday. The Bradford-Union 4-H When the parking lot adjacent to the Farmer's the Roping Club road still further north.



I 4-H'ers

competeAmy 4.EOO4 SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE C04rJQl


Tison baked a delicious- Junior Division \
looking cake to take top honors in the Buscultsidoi.t Dona Nwsome, Houcahald Art: ( STARKE CENTER { [

4-H senior division Tuesday at the rg. biscuits, red ribbon.

Bradford County Fair. Muffins, Vi-doi.t Dana Newiome, Senior hoWoftI' COLLEC'
Tison won the best overall rosette rag. muffins, blu. ribbon. Wall Hanffogil:*Black mushroomwall 209 West Call Street
for her "Cheesecake Surprise" with hanging _d........ lanc. Wiggins -
fresh strawberries (of course) ador- dough art yellow bear, whit. rib Starke, Florida 32091
ning the scrumptious-looking dish. bon. Brian King wreath with owl red
Amy has been a member in 4-H for ribbon. Tommy Selkcom. dough art Phones 964-5382 & 468-1717

the past five years and this is the se- y.llow .bar, white ribbon Angle

cond time she has won a best overallin ; Schlossr, strawberry wallhanglng. blu. SPRING & SUMMER 1986 CALENDAR
the annual event. ribbon. TrkiaBoth.counted cross-stitch
Tison is also a member of the blu. ribbon. Rhonda Alvarai butt.rfly
Bradford 4-H State ChampionshipHorse ? sot red ribbon. Michelle lurk holt.,, SPRING A" and SUMMER "C"

Bowl team. t.ddy In stocking red ribbon. Jeffery
TUESDAY TRIDAY APR I IS IB REGISTRATION\ BY APPOINTMENT 10 00 AM 3 30 PM
Adams, clown popslcls, r.d ribbon.
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y" THURSDAY APR 17 EVENING REGISTRATION 6 00 PM 800 PM
Decorative Pillow Stuff.d Animal
or : MONDAY WEDNESDAY APR 21 23 REGULAR REGISTRATION 10 00 AM 330 PM
a Angt Schlo...,, blu and whit. pillow THURSDAY APR 24 REGISTRATION\ 10 00 AM 3 30 PM 6 00 PM 8.00 PM
re blu ribbon John Relchert blu and MONDAY TUESDAY MAY 3 & 6 REGULAR REGISTRATION 10 00 AM 3 30 PM!
whit. checkers, whit. ribbon. Mary Ann TUESDAY MAY 6 TEES DUE/tVCNINQ REGISTRATION\ 6 00 PM 8 00 PM
Salvatore checkered pillow whit. rib WEDNESDAY MAY 7 CUSSES BEGIN SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT 10.00 AM 3 30 PM
I rtI bon. and 6.00 8 00 PM
Holiday Crafts! Tommy Balkcom TUESDAY MAY 13 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS RECEIVE RKPUND
Christmas decoration whit. ribbon. TUESDAY MAY 27 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS ft HAVE RCMOVtDROM KCCORI:
Donna McDavId wreath, red ribbon. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY JUNE 18 19 WAL EXAM! DAYS "SPRINd A'
rib WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 fiNAl EMM! DAr 'SUMMER C"
Christmas blu.
Lisa Mosley, wreath
Y bon. lomont Adams Eoiter basket
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whit. ribbon.
Docoupagoi David Harris, 2 dear, STARKE SPRING "A" CLASS SCHEDULE D/miME/

whit. ribbon.C.ramic.i COURSE SECTION ID OURSTITLC TIME! DAYS ROOM! CR INSTRUCTOR

ri* yy4 U"p t'N Amy Tison ceramic happy ART 1001C ASI I P Ait, fundamentals 8 30 10 DS Mil 1\0\ 3 Claikstall
pot blue ribbon. Michelle Burkholter, MAC no ASI I P Intermediate Algebra! B 30 10 05 M I2011 i
41 IJ pencil hold., blu* ribbon. SYG 2410 ASI I P Marriage Oc Tamil) 8 30 10 05 Mil ion 3 stall
1 QL Crocheted Article Elisabeth ENC 1102 ASIAS I P Intro to Literature 10,10.1145: MH 209 3 CulmStall ,
P a Kevin
a Kirby Rathburn baby afghan (brown and MAT 1004 I C Elementary Algebra 10 10 11 45 Mil 204 4 !
whit.), red ribbon. Dana Rathburn MTB 1103 ASIASI l D Business+ Math 101011.45 Mil 212 3 \Wills,
afghan (whit., brown, green yellow ACQ 2001 D Prm. of Accounting I I 11:50. 123 I Mil 212 3,11'\ ,
Canned Product: red), red ribbon.Embroidered. ENC 2301 ASI P MwuedCompmillnn 11-50 I 12S Mil! 209 3 (uluiMi ,
Artlclasi Elisabeth HUM 1020 ASI P Intro to I Humanities+ II SO- 1.50 MM 108 4 llllh'iiLYLI1ING

Senior Division Rathburn embroidered "Kiss Him on the

Pickles, Rellshest Lisa Moody, dill Sly", red ribbon. Dana Rathburn Coffee COC 1201 ASI I D ConiputerConcepllI! I 7:00-10:1311:(( MW 204 3 HJhi-r
Amy Tison pickles, red ribbon.Marmalad.sr Tabl. cover "P.ac.. red ribbon. PHI 2010 ASI P Intro, to Philosophy 7:00-IOI5N M 1 W 20!) 3 !huyalski!
Amy Than, strawberry- N..dl.polnt Articles: Donna McDavId WOH 2033 ASI \\iorlllll"llIl\ t+ ). P.,11I 7-00 10:1311: MW I \ I 108 3 Hrl'iiwni
Lake Butler 4-H member Kevin orange, red ribbon. gr..n frog hanger, blu. ribbon. CNC 1102 AS2 P Intro to Literature, 7.00.10 I5H7ooioisn/ Til 204 3 Mall,
Kirby took top honors in theorganization's Drawing., Paintings! lane Wiggins, POS 2031 AS2 P American Nat'l. Govt. Til 212 3 tiHTII+
junior division at the hunting camp rd ribbon. Dana Rn 2120 AS2 P Religion In America 7-00 10.ISM 111 209 3 Me! fadcU-n

Bradford County Fair Tuesday for a Clothing: Rathburn cat whit. ribbon. Michelle
carefully constructed pirate ship Burkhalter, fish picture, whit. ribbon. STARKE SUMMER "C" CLASS SCHEDULE (From May 8 to August 9)) EVENING

that took over six months to complete Jeffery Adams, puppy lav., whit. rib
Senior Division Df.P 2100 CS4 P Intro to Child Psyiholog!) 700.: 9 45(1TBA ( II I OH 3 Cumuli
Apront Rondo Vlckars, grn 4-H bon.Exhibit NUU 0100 CSI 0 Ho'pllal'll"me Health Aid Stall!
Kevin, the son of Bobby and of Merltl Lane Wiggins, dough
whit. ,Ibbon. Kim Molfers,
Shirley Kirby of Lake Butler, is a apron art (whit. bear), whit. ribbon. Rhonda
whit. ribbon. Tract.
student at Lake Butler Middle green 4-H apron Alveroi, rabbit egg basket, red ribbon.
School and also has a pig entered in Cox, gren 4-H apron red. ribbon. Lamont Adams, shell gam., whit. ribbon SUMMER"B"
the Fair's Swine Show and Sale. MaryAnn Solvatore, daisy apron, whit .
Kevin, who constructed the ship ribbon. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY JUNE II. 12 REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT 10.00 AM 3 30 PM
also Tot. or Hand Bagi Jeffery Adams, red THURSDAY JUNE 12 EVENING REGISTRATION 600 PM B 00 PM!
out of styrofoam, was selling Junior Division
tot. bag whit. ribbon. MONDAY THURSDAY JUNE 16 19 REGULAR REGISTRATION 10 00 AM 3 30 PM
memberships for the 4-H foundationat Wall Hangings Jeremy Hlldebrand,
Skirt Tricia lath, flower skirt blue TUESDAY JUNE 17 EVENING REGISTRATION 600 PM BOO PM
the Fair.Baked 4-H (Dough) pledge plaque, red ribbon. .
ribbon. FRIDAY JUNE 20 FEES DUE/REGULAR REGISTRATION 10.00 AM! 3 30 "PM!
Charmln dough art whit. bar,
Dress Jumper Trlclo Bath blue Wiggins MONDAYrHIDAY JUNE 23 CLASSES BEGIN/SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT! 10 OO AM 3 30 I'M
or
Product whit. ribbon. Mark wrath with
: King,
and 6 00
8.00 PM
.. blue ribbon
eagle, blu. ribbon. Jason Smith brown JUNE 27 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS Or RECEIVE REfUND .
2 Plc Outfit Stlanl King tropical t.ddy bear, whit. ribbon. Dal.n.Sa,
miDAY JULY 4 NO CLASSES INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY
Senior DIvl.IensPiss fruit with pink shirt, red ribbon.
round butterfly whit. ribbon. Wes TUESDAY JULY IS LAST DAY TO DROP CUSS & HAVE REMOVED PROM KtTOKI
strawberry
Amy Tlton Moody, gray bar with glitter, whit. rib WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 fiNAl EXAM! DAY "SUMMER! B'
cheesecake, blu. ,ribbon Beit Ov.r-All. Junior Division
bon. Benl| Bennett, 4-H pl.dg. plaque.whit .
Aprons Dana Reddish green 4-H ribbon. Holly Sapp bear In blu. STARKE SUMMER "B" CLASS SCHEDULE DAYTIME
N.whom
blu. ribbon. Dlann ,
Junior Divl.lontCandl.dos.l apron,
stocking red ribbon Dal. Pendarvls.
J.r.my Hlldebrand grn 4-H apron, rd ribbon AdlanAI..and.rgr..n COURSE SECTION ID COURSE TITLE: TIMt DAYS ROOM CR INSTRUCTOR
Indian face, red ribbon. lorl Mosley
strawberries. blu.) ribbon. 4-H red ribbon.
chocolate apron dough hanger, blu* ribbon. Amanda MAC 1102 BSIBSI P Intermediate+ Algebra 8:30,: 10 OS MH 2(10! 3 Dio-t. 1
Benl| Bennett strawberry candy, rd. Randy Taylor, gren 4-H apron, red rib Manning dough hangar, red ribbon. WOH 2023 P World l History.+ Part I 8:30,: 10 OS MH I lob 3 ItiliiKin
Candle Norman divinity red. bon. Christy Hak., g_ 4-H apron rd Paul Moody, dough art pink rabbit, nor ni3 BSIBSI P Principle ol Malh 10:101 11 14S Mil 200I .5 Dnnl. .
Brownies, W-doi.I Jason Smith but ribbon. Bo Johns, grn 4-H apron, rd whit. ribbon. Carrl Sapp, brown bear GEO 2000 I P Intro to Geography 10:10-11: ( \ I 45 MH I IDA .5 Illlnsoil

tertcotch brownies, ,.d. ribbon. In blu stocking, rd ribbon. CNC 1101 BSI P College Composition+ I ISO 1.25 MH 209I .5 Sl.lll!
Cupcakes. '/.-doss Wes Moody cupcakes Skirt Darlen Seal, black Hawaiian Decorotlv Pillow or Stuffed Animal flUL' loll BSIBSI P Music Appreciation: 11.50 I 2.5 Mil I OH 311.ukfYfl'lll'lG
bluo ribbon. skirt blu. ribbon.
,
w. chocolat.Icing
red rib-
Jeremy Hlldebrond dog pillow
S Cakes (Plain) Candle Norman Blous. or Shirt Darlen Seal, purpl.
bon. Anita Black balloon blu.
pound cake, white ribbon. blous, blu. ribbon. pillow CAP 1802 D Computer Software Appl. 7.00 10:15(1:: ( MW 204 3 ftlkri
Dross or Jumper Chris lath purpl ribbon Lori Mosley, stuffed goo.., blu. SY024IO BSI P Marriage family 7.00.10 ISN M W I OH 3 Whllimm-

Brads sundrss, blu. ribbon. ribbon. HIS: 2400 BS2BS2 P Pint, Aid 7:00: 10,13N( TilTil 204 3 Rybki
2 Piece Outfit Chris Bath, blu. pants Holiday Crafts Jeremy Hlldebrand. MAN 2020 I D Prln. of Management, 7.0010 15(1( 209 3 WrightThursday
braided wreath, blu. ribbon. Wes
and shirt blu. ribbon.
Senior Division Moody, dough art snowman red ribbon.
Coat or Jacket Darlen Seal whit.
Muffin..dol. Randy Underhlll,
|lack.t, blu. ribbon. See Page 11B
Ian Muffins, whIt. ribbon.
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KiM: < Kmli-\) \, bus an etc fur tine Rkbecco Bloke, flog quilt, red. Covent Debra
i iniliiiiKiirirl I his car she turned her Top Quilt: Frances Killer mulitcolor cover red. Norman green bible Youth Division-'
kill in sewing into a rare double quilt top whit.. IUNTTr
LM.irnl r pnim the needlework diviMHII Scarf: Edna Norton, dresser scarf Ladies, Men's or Child's Apron
al Ihe Bra illord County Jooall'ItKmh'v blue PliloWI'Crach.t.d Robert Taylor green apron with 4-H

:\ put I gather -.mi, that I drew (he/ attention ol' Iheindues needle punch baby blanket blue red/green/white pillow red Sophie Rugs Dawn Dlnkelo rug blue .: +' E
I and qUIlta leu onlookers Kimutis, dog pillow, blue. Miscellanous: Dawn Dinkelo angle
then .lu.inled her second latch hook wall hanging blue.
a Best I AAiccellanout : Latch hook Joan Barton flower latch
((1\ "'1'.111 rosette lor a slunnniHliiflsprcad Joan t I. .k. rod Cross Stitch Lori Mann blu. cross
latch
Rugs Barton hook
/ rug stitch pillow blue.Liquid .
blue. Fabric: Debra Norman red toje bag
Ruth ol her works took
winning Mlscellanous, Frances Kitler red.
'in.iiiv p.iinsliiKinu; : hours to achieve black/while poodle, red. Debra Nor Macrame: Edna Harley, red handbag. Embroidery! Dawn Dlnkelo
man, blue check cover and not. cover blu. heart pillow red.
red. Tina Epps. woven baby blanket Miscellanuusi, Debra Norman, child's Fabric! Lori Mann duck pillow, red.
r.d. bag, red. Lynn Folson pink satin and print white.

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Knitting: ComoM game niks .bIe In partKipMing Wnn.o. SKHISHICKORY

Afgl on: Lola Johns, *n, afghan, blu.

Needlework: fWllf

Woman's sweater: Bonnie King vv G SLICEDBACON $117 I,
shpiwet' sweater. r.d. Kay McKinley
grey' cardigan blue Lola Johnson ,. . PAS I:
tweeter red.Womait's W-D HAND USDA CHOICI., I

VesT: L'ala Johnson, gray r t R d / SIRLOIN $ 77 Ii Iic'i
vest blue l wo MILO, MEDIUM or Hot 2
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Afghan, : Edna Honey brick pot'ern- f "' HAM BONELESSCHUCK SAUSAGE \ 'FR,
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Needlework: Baby cop booties, sac h ROAST ::1
que sweater 3 piece set: Romano C
Hughes, set-booties, 1-4.1. rico.IOULAI. ''I
baby cap jacket 9 pit 01 JUMBO
d n... In multicolors, blue Joan Epps, LB $177
W-D BRAND
cop and booties In scarlet and gray r.d. # I4 LB. ,

Juli. Thigpen, 3 piece baby..', blue h LB. FRANKS s .
Baby Afghani Frances Kitler. white I
baby afghan, blue. Romano Hughes,,
multicolor.d baby afghan r.d. eIW _
Baby Blanket: Franc. Kitler mulit- LsnII.Mllh51000wmars "
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color blanket red Julie .esoa.
Thigpen. baby
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Bedspread: Frances Kitler queenslze ,fl
mulitc"l>r bedspread r.d. Jull. SUPERBLEND I tll 1//, I ? 6 PA K $. 58
Thigpen, bedspread blu. .a.- ASTOR \ } _
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yellow/rust poncho blue Edna Harley, COFFEE BATHE LIGHT CHUNK I ,
child's, baby blu. poncho blu. imii 't TUNA I
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Child Dress: Tina Epps, whit. dress y c REA LLAFLAVOIACILBAG
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Tablecloth: Linda Tatum, Ecru
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Cop., Franc. Kltl.r $1 1 999
r.d,green white cap., blu., 6 ROLL L 12 CANS oL
Miscellaneous: Frances Kitler. PIIG.
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white/green pot holder set, display only
Edna Harley pillbox hats, blue.
Sophie Kimutis, fisherman red.
Plac. mats, pot holders, hot pad
dalles: Edna Harley white hot pads,
white
Collars Edna REGULAR LIGHT '
: Harley collar blue. OVEN
ALL VARIETIES ALL FLAVORS ;, OLD MILWAUKEE WHOLE
Garments: ALPO HAWAIIAN I ;,, GRAIN

Girl's Specialty Dress: Brenda Starling DOG FOOD PUNCH BEER -: BREAD
dotted dress, blue Camille -

Whitaker.Ladles Blouse Easter:dress Edna, blue.Harley blue lilt 6PAK$79

blouse, red. Lucile Godwin blouse, 2 uf100 's\1I99c\ 2 J100i.n
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blue Camille Whitaker blouse, red + CANS
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blu. dress, blue, Foye Crouse, white
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Ladles Streetdress: Kay McKlnl.y.navy --
print dress, blue. Edna Harley !
rose dress, blue. Brenda Starling pure -'I: .11
pie dress, blu.. Lucile Godwin dress,

blue. Q -' ..., .- <0, PREPARED, OUR BAKERY
Ladies Streetdress, 2 or 3 piece .. SUPERBRANO too'v PURE w .,.. E INCH X LAYERORANGE
ensemble: Kay McKinley grey/blue 2 COCONUTSTRAWBERRIES
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blu. stripped 2 piece ensemble, red. HARVEST FRESH JUICE CAKE
Ladles Skirt: Lucile Godwin skirt, HARVEST FRESH ; ;
blue. Camille Whitaker beige' skirt De: .. ,0
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Tailored/Western Shirts: Teresa G fffir .. PKG
M.ng, denim men's shirts, blue.Vests 01
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Ladies Gown: Lucll. Godwin nightgown DANO'S ALL VARIETIES SUPERBRANDGOURMET
blue.
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Linens : PIZZAS OO 52EE

Bedspread: Kay McKinley blue/ecru
applique bedspread, blue $159 )
Placematsi Lola Johnson ; :_ AVAILABLE IN DELI
brown/white checked placeman, blue. e EACH H STORES ONLYI
Hand stitched quilts: Ina C. Martin
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Mosier, Raiford Industrial Complex big winners in Horticulture Competition


"J UK llnilii I "ultun division 1 ;at the HIM and lots ill !goad: liilill/u loIUMI Doug, blue. Correctional, LCI, blue; Hilly Ilainson, blue, Todd Parker, ir
Hi,1'llnul" ('ounU VMIS dividdl inlii. it into .1 huge|: hall 1II1-\\ buskrldtsp11ty. ICK, red.YIIILUUENDItON i blueConectional: LCI, live blues ir'
Andrea six reds ICK, lour blues, two reds
two ( liiins. Ihis, .. vrirr, line lot in.mil ( : ; ,
11.dua'. .inotlict Mosici' s.nd( lu dippI'(1| | tin pl.mlIhiouv'lioul Ki.mill, two oils Correctional, ICK, SANSVEKKKIA: B, Thompson .t
red and blue, two blues, one red Teresa Manning, *
mstitiiliiiiMl .iw.iid lot iI's "iimlh lo i'IK oui W\ ; t .
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S 1 11 1 to spread l oulu.ndh' as well us up, SYNOfiONIUM: Eric Crawford, blue, Correctional, ICH, white.
I'up| ulIIll-\/\\\ it in indued sunlight Pert; K. Crawford,red Correctional:
\\iiiniiii' in tin fllIlvillual"lItll-OI'Y
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tins M.II is onion M Mosul', aNivUlfllV The uistitiilioii.il Host! Overall ICK, I''dlnd blue, CLASS II: FLOWERING HOUSE
: MSIclflll Wild .IS il SlUIflllI l.isclliMnl lo Insliuilol M.inlt'v' COLEUS: : Edna Norton, two PLANTS: c
'I UK Ki.i'llonl(I Vi.,IcdiCiiililMosul ', Ciawloiil am) Ins .issisl.inls Joey whites; Ktiyc Swisher, blue Coiieetitnuil AFRICAN VIOLETS: Mary
: |)laidtd l his pl'| i i/c,winning Annum end Stove Morris ol t tin1K.nloi : LCI, two blues! ICK,-two Sliayei, blue; Mary Mayben blue L'.W
S'\H'111ooh|! |I I Ivcy 111 Scplinilici and has '(I liulusd'i.i I t'oinpli'x for 1 (In'n I' blues und red
I mill I it pli'nU' ol 'Icndci loving ('Iii tiitlt PI.ml, a stunning ix.iniplo MISCELLANEOUS; : Adult Division BEGONIA: : Edna: Norton, blue
in lull HovM'i Ilk ii drew( pivot ol : D.iliKit'lds., blue, Faye rid while. Correctional: ICK: three
lompliminls lioin onlllokl'I''awllIl'tl Swisher, blue; Jean ll.iuling, two blues; I LCI: 14 blues one white
('\ ,Wild .IS.dso.l 1 member I Ol blues and| tine led; Sheila Kinsoii OKCIIID) : Kay Swisher, red; Bnn-
the Union(Count Siliool Bo.nd,said led; Tish (I oss, blue Dune nu King, blue Correctional: LCI:
the pl.inl xiiis 'propagated .uoiiiKl West loll, blue, Gordon: Mosiei, led;
Nov I I. .mil looked hkc a Pl'i/l'I win. All Millei, led; Mary Mayhl'nlhl'I'(' blueMISCKLLANKOUS:. : : Donna Wade, .t ,t .
yr 'tier I all idoii)'" blues Youth Division Rusty
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M.ivbenlnlc) Hour Ashley. blue; See Tage JOB Joe Altinari.Stanley (;.rawford and Steve Morris; .
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Norton wins again in Baking competition at Fair J "::::t.=::-... ." ..",..,.... >> ............... :.. ,2'.. ;>';.",. ..">VL-!r-,

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POTATOES Edna Norton, blue BREAD BUTTER:.Marba\ Whit-
trJna001'1'; ,"look home top honors : ;
in the Bradford County Fair's! Food Edna Sanders, red; Mary Strayer, tle, blue; Brenda Starling, blue. :
/Division Tuesday! lor her "Diabetic.. H I red. CUCUMBERS: Edna Harley, Magnolia HotelDowntown
Banana Cream Cake". SQUASH: Mary Strayer, blue. blue.
Norton is no stranger to winning at MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor DILLS: Marba Whittle, blue; Ed
the Fair,having taken lop honors for ton, pumpkin, \blue; Mary Strayer, na Norton, red: C.E. Pennesi, red; Starke across from Post Office
her culinary creations for the past pimento, blue; Evelyn Pennesi!, Joy Faulner, white.
three years. C pumpkin, red; Brenda Starling, FRUIT: Evelyn Pennesi!, red.
This year her Cream Cake stole .-:: Shelley beans, red.ASPAHAGUS VEGETABLES: Marba Whittle, Rooms for Rent
the show in her division,packed with 1.t : Mary Strayer, blue; Mary Strayer, red.
bananas and topped with "just a \blue PEPPER: Mary Strayer, \blue;
touch" of cream Ramona Hughes, reds\ P. E. Patillo, Nightly Weekly Monthly
It doesn't taste like it, but no sugar CLASS II--FKU1TS: red
was used in the cake itself, only a ( BERRIES: Edna Norton* blue. See Page II Nightly '8BO From *35 Weekly
small amount in the topping, Norton ,,'" PEAKS: : Marba Whittle,blue; Ed.
explained. ;'.: \ na Norton, blue; Ramona Hughes, LAWN MOWER
Mrs. Norton made up the recipe ... blue; Evelyn Pennchi, \blue; Mary REPAIR & SALES
herself, one ol the many ol her 'it-\. ,, ,. Slniycr, red. : .:::...- .- -- ..",,,, ._,:Donn.--.NEW:--.a-' _
original creations which have beenItMlured '. : '. FIGS: Mary Strayer, blue 625 W. Main Street
al the fair in past years I. J1, A. ya,1,1: MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor-
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ObituariesI I i Large Mouth or Sunshine Bass

I Ann Chase and Linda ("line, both ot Jackson Why suffer through another
Miss Heather Ann Chase, 2, ol Mile' ; two sons, I Don Graves II of summer's high energy bills? cooling and heating all year long. $'
Lake Buller, died Thursday, Apr 3, Jacksonville and Bryan Lee Graves The Trane Elite Weathertron> Weathertron> heat pump... 7500 \. '
alter an extended, illness She was ol Yakiniii; Iwo stepsons! Moody heat pump delivers energy, America's #1 selling brand!
horn in Gainesville and Anthony Collins, both of Starke; saving super high-efficiency Call us today! KeepSix
Sui\'i\ors include her parents,Mr and several grandcluldien.Graxesidi1 Your
and Mrs. Arthur M. Chase; two funeral services were Mathews ( Weeks Service)
brothers" Nicholas Cyrol Lithia Springs conducted! Tuesday,Apr. 8 in Crosby\ Systems, Inc. Catch!,
Ga., and Zachary Chase ol Lake Cemetery Archie Tanner TRANE
Lake Butler; paternal grandparents Funeial Home of Staike was in o 1==:
Mr. and Mrs Robert charge ol arrangements.Mr. SERVICE 376-5221 964-8891 f '
Mi'Gumn of Lake Butler; maternal '-.'AJS,- RPC4 Sonli'&j.'/rrt'ktait'ammurSCia.ngannrgeing ,'
grandparents, Robert Ferrell of Mallic I.. Pons I I Ia 1
Mineral Wells W. Va., and Mrs Mr Mallio Lewis Pons, 84, of
Paula Williams ol Las Vegas, Nev. Staike, died Thursday, Apr 3 in --T... I I
Memorial! services were held Sun- Bradford Hospital following a long -
day Apr 6 in the Archer Funeral illness
Home Chapel with Rev Donald Born Mar. 3, 1902, in Graham, Mr
Dalton officiating Archer Funeral Pons was a lifetime resident of SENTRY
Home of Lake Butler was in charge Staike He was a retired larmer anda
ol arrangements Baptist.!
Survivors include son, Charlie
Mrs. Alma J. Koran Pons of Tampa; two nephews,
Mrs, Alma] Janvier Foran, 80, of Charles George of Branford and APRI SALE
Echo Lake in Melrose] died Tuesday Bayles McKinney of Starke; niece
,, Apr. 8 at her residence follow Ida Mae Tomlinson of Starke SENTRY
ing an extended illness. Graveside funeral services were .
Born Sept. 29, 1905 in Monroeville, held Monday, Apr. 7 at Santa Fe Hardware I Sale Ends April.26,1986 -rt. _._-... _
N.J., Mrs Foran has resided in Cemetery with Rev. Bobby\ McRae I
Melrose for a number of >ears She officiating, with Jones Funeral
Home of Staike in charge of arrangements CORDLESS
was a retired bookkeeper for the CANVAS1'1 'NON-SLIP LEAF RAKE
Unix ersity of Florida and a member / '
ol the Methodist Church in Melrose ';! : HOB-NOB' SHEAR
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Survivors include her husband, William Taylor Scott 16
Chris Foran, Sr.; daughter, Marilyn Mr. William Taylor Scott, 74, of DOTS
Ellsworth of Lake Echo; son, Chris Hampton, died Monday, Apr 7 in $ -195
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Foran, Jr, of Johnson City, Tenn.; Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville $449
and two grandsons. following an extended illness. cEctaL
Funeral services will be held Friday Mr Scott was a retired millwrightand
Apr 11 at Methodist Church in a Baptist. +' Reg. Value 5.2S Cost After
Melrose with Rev Timotny Evans Survivors include his wife Reg. Value 2.95"HobNob" $2 Rebate..23.99
ofticiatmg. Burial will be in Melrose Jeruthea Willis Scott; two sons x Value 37.65
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Cemetery under the direction of Lamar and Charlie Scott, both of provide :
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone STarke; two daughters, Marilyn sure grlplFlexible UXOKTi 3"wide blade makes 5,000 scissor-
Heights. Black and Carolyn Sell, both of long lasting. sharp cult per minute.
Ashburg, Ga.; three sisters, Emma Canvas construction with Battery recharger Included.
Donald Alvin Graves Gaughf of Lakeland, Betty Lou nubbed vinyl surface. Automatic locking switch guards
Mr Donald Alvin Graves, 56, of Sellers of Albany, Ga., and Ruby .
accidental
Knit wrist stays snug. 918 against starting. 8288
Starke died Sunday at the VA Lambert of Quincy; brother, Norman
Hospital in Gainesville. Scott of Chattahoochee; 11
Born in Sandpoint, Idaho, he mov- grandchildren and 13 great-
ed Starke > from grandchildren. Gates nexogen.Starts
to 2i years ago
Jacksonville. Mr. Graves was a Funeral services will be held All Plywood Panelling (
retired U.S. Marine and owned and Thursday, Apr. 10 at 2 p.m. in the 1zIy; Lifetime
operated the Antique Shop in Starke. Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral As Low As
Home with Rev. Yarbrough\ GARDEN
He was a Baptist. Johnny /
Survivors include his wife, Mary conducting the services. Burial will $695. Lawn rake has steel tines, '.'
E Graves; three daughters, Sherry be in Santa Fe Cemetery, Hampton, poly frame. HOSE
Lark of Yakima,Wash..Lisa Gravesasv under the direction of Archie Tanner L/J
Funeral Home of Starke. G.P. Sandalwood 22" head has coiled spring

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ALL OTHER PANELS AS $ I 6 9
r-GRANDOPENINGI I 4' wood handle with maroon 9
SALE MARKED color head.
I Reg. Value 27.69
SUNTANNING BED | OVER' 25 PATTERNS 7/lfu.e1e".lfI An all-season hose.

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The BH Center for Health and Fitness will offer _PApAMOUNT___


Gymnastics ClassesBeginning Reg. Value 5.89 High performance..1-HP

3 ea. scroll & permanent magnet motor.
metal blades. Single speed with adjustable air

Plus-4 wood -., Intake vent.Llghtwelght..easy.
bladesl! to handle.

Professional R X: A' Includes positive locking 2-plece
quality. 30039 $ 9 9 9 tube, concentrator nozzle. PB150_

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7-1/4" 40-tooth carbide POLY

saw blade.
9 Stock Colors of Delivers ultra smooth cuts. SPRAYER %l hudSonSHINGLES

Industrial grade carbide tips Utility

for long life. $ 99 Sprayer

to Choose from and .' Finely balanced, for "i 9

(ages 5 and up) 330.430: : p.m. Monday $20 5 Colors in 90# extremely accurate,
Intermediate (ages 7 and up) 430: 530: p.m. Monday $20 smooth cuts. Reg. Value 26.49 POeY

Roll I Roofing B1ACK& Corrosion resistant 1-1/2gal.tank.
All classes begin April 14 and run for four weeks. Classes may CHECK WITH US TODAY! f i. na=NIsI Lightweight, homeowner sprayer.
be cancelled if fewer than 1 10 people register. Registration fees are 1 iae1> II" 73-374 Sprays fertilizer, Insecticides, elc.t .
refundable after classes begin. All classes are held at the

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more Information, call the 4 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
BH Center for Health and Fitness at 9644210.
t L US 301 S.Starke
Lake Butler Keystone Heights

BH Center for Health and Fitness : 4 S.W. 6th Ave. 964-6078 Jet. SR 214100

foV2raiHdO 922 East Call Street 496.3079 Quantities Limited 473-4973

J fi ( UsL Starke FL 32091 SEn n I. A peI1Icp.g., .....We tlWlr 10 Mod''III""IMn AIM,,lIMe 1W d.p..ke upon_1oIMI1ty 01 MSlth d-kan M mniAaewo MWue_!ft*/IgI'o1"uDMHuM.Mm*o>
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Miller, Mosley win top honors in Arts and Crafts Competition at BC Fair



!Melissa! !Miller 17, of Hampton I 'Lin Teresa Meng, counted cross stitch Dollar Bonnie King school teacher blue Faye Crouie, crocheted picture Pasted Doug Carlton,flower picture,
!Lake and) !Mrs! Patsy! Mosley! of honorable mention. Brenda Starling doll, blue. Edna Sanders, baby In frame, blue Joan Barton latch hook red
Starke are the :sweepstakes! : winnersIn kitten wall hanging red strawberry dr..., blue. Joyce Rosier, wall hanging, blue. Ceramics (glaiedt) Andrea William,
the Arts and Crafts: Division! of the Charcoal Anna Baiileld strawberry granny In rocker doll blue. Michelle pot blue. Tammy Ja Totum, pitcher,
1'JBO Bradford County Fair competi- portrait blue Parker twin babies, blue. Julie Youth Divisions blue.
lion P.n or Pencil: William Cooper, pencil Thlgpen crocheted doll, blue Faye Oil PaInting Tracy Padgett candle
I11tlll'r.! : an A-B student at house. red.Pa.t.II Grouse, porcelain doll blue.
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Sophie Millar
picture white. Jason Brown, portrait of Water color picture Melissa/
Bradford High won with a pencil Lila R. Yawn house picture, Klmutls, crocheted tear crew, blue. mother and baby red. Dawn Dlnkelo water color flower, blue. RichieBarnes ./
drawing of a pen of squirrels Mrs red. all tiger red. .water color flowers, blue. MikeBarber
Mosley: won with a pair of dry brushed Novelties: Frances Killer Net Swan Miscellaneous Eula Nochols straw .
Pen or pencil Tracy Padgett pencil vase of flower, rad. BtaceyShuford
ceramic dutks green Bonnie King stained glass, red. hat blue Edna ,
Harley
strawberry horses, rod Melissa Miller pen squirrels flower., blue.
!Melissa: began painting in art classin Debra Norman Strawberry choir, blue. wreath blue. Frances Killer doll tissue blue. Tammy Williams, pencil Miscellaneous Lori Mann pillow,
ul Bradford High last year. She Debra Norman,Shamrock Wall twanging, cover, red. Bonnie King duck wreath, drawing of '/iface, red. Mike Barber rad. Tanya Ann Tatum,latch hook boar,
did the drawing one for class and blue, Debra Norman, Butterfly Wall red. Debra Norman pink lace wreath pencil cows, red. Richie Wheeler pencil red. Robert Taylor wooden puzzle,
lost: it, then redid it to enter the fair Hanging, blue. Debra Norman, blue. Debra Norman cross wall hang. hny red IItn".v Shilfnrd rat blue. white Rusty Nail phot picture rad.Be .
She also: entered a water color in the u
fair. nest, wall hanging blue Beth Atwood autograph book, red. Debra Norman, _._ .IA
Melissa is the daughter of Mr. and gourd head, red. bear wall hanging white Debra Norman
Mrs James Miller Ceramics (stained): Linda Tyler, baby photo book red Charleen T V WIs* .
Mis' Mosley began working in Oriental figurines. blue. Charleen Wright, photograph of old school house,
ceramics about I1'ix years ago alter Wright Betsy Ross, blue. Patsy Mosley, blue Evelyn Penned wall hanging,red. ':, Shop
seeing:someone else doing that form ducks, blue Mary Folsom, deer wall Anna Barlletd, Christmas wreath red.
of lII't.t She has since acquired an hanging blue.Ceramics Beht Atwood gourd planter whit. I _ PRICE-WisifI
Oren to kiln dry the molds. She (glazed): Edna Harley, Mary Folsom, strawberry wall hanging
cleans each piece alter gelling it outof strawberry cookie |ar, red. Teresa
l the mold I fire il, gla/es it, and Meng vase with cupid, red. Patsy ,
linally paints it Hoi entry that PutsyIush'yNeedlepunch Mosley' small tureen, blue.
duln I win the sweepstakes ribbon! Macrame: Linda Murrow, Lion Wall S 0x J+
was a gravy boat pIII1I1'dlith 14K Wanda Hanging red.
gold, whiih'is black twn painted dl. punch Indian: blue. Chapman nee Beaded Jewerly: Edna Harley, black 7 9
hut (turns! gold colored f Toni the heat Needlepoint Joan Barton. needlepoint bead necklace white.
when gland rod.Crewel Stulfed Animals: Sophie Klmutls, Ancient '
Ushers
IlusbandItonna'vnsMis: Mosley Tiger crocheted gator blue. Tressle Jordan, irx .yl
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Emh oidery: Norma dobbscounted
i I'.all\ into ii-iamics Mrs Mosley.In mouse blue. Age Scotch
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than 15 of
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featuring Financing Available I II tufted carpet sales.Multicolors .

I ALL NEW FURNITURE achieved economically in carpets through are Schenley Malibu Hennessy

"THIS IS NOT 'TRAILER' FURNITURE! I space dyeing, which is a random Vodka VS _

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Melissa! :Miller .-" on a Car or Truck Starke, Florida 1n Stote $\ec\3\S MUSIC & DANCING a Mlxe1 7e

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Yawn birds and fish painting blue
Brenda Jones, rubout owls. red. Lynda Call Eddie Today!
Sullivan vase of petunias, blue. William

Cooper Williams. house lighthouse. blue white Tina Epps,Maida houseon LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS: .
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advance unless credit it already 19(0 CHEVY PU New 350 engine.
established with this, office Customiied. 4000. Call 1.376.1866
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT IE (G'vllle) between 8 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. 270 SE ALABAMA ACRES: within 2 miles THREE BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A 2
tr HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 3/27 tfn. 46,000 acre lake Eufaula. EXCELLENTDEER baths, LR/DR, fireplace, breakfastroom
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 1983 CUTLASS SUPREME dependable TURKEY HUNTING. Cre.k. game room! 560 Glendale St.
THE TELEPHONE. AM/FM, cruise, AC, nothing down. 81000. terms. United Farm Agency 964.5468.3/13 TF '
Classified deadline "it TUESDAY. Assume loon of $5900. 485-1530 ev... P.O. Box 755, Troy, Ala. 360B1. BRICK HOME: 3 BR 1 ba CH/A, 9 pecan .
NOON, prior to Thursday. publication 4/3 2tpd 4/10 205.566.1870 or 205.735.2442 eves. trees, pear, 3.64 acres, carpet and .witlefJiJrREALTY
Minimum charge it 15 words for$2.75 "*4 VOLKSWAGEN: good for parts and fcan 86.82 paneled throughout. 9648970. 4/3 {!
than $10 cents for each word thereafter dune buggy. No title. 9648828. Itchg COOL IT .. NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS 2tpd 4/10
4/10 : Approximately 1 acre. Prices THREE BEDROOM ba, CH/A, FP pecan
LAND FOR SALE TAKE OVER PAYMENTS: 1979 Chrysler $5995 up. 10% down, 12 yrs. on trees, porches, all on 6 acres In city y ,
Newport 360 4 door. AC. PS, PB. runs balance. Contact CENTURY 21 HIGH limits, near elementary school.$65,500
good. Pay off with Interest', $1000. COUNTRY REALTY. P.O. Box 501, Mag- firm. 964.5876. Itpd 4/10 A PHONE 964.7776
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. 468.2448. Itpd 4/10 gie Valley. N.C. Call Toll Free 807 N. WESTMORELAND DR. 3 BR 1 '/ t
S3.500 $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call 1966 CHEVROLET: Call 964.4464. Itpd 1-800843-2111. fcan 86.83N. BA, CB home on large wooded lot near 205 N. Temple, Starke
964 5606. 1 '03 tfn 4/10 CAROLINA SCENIC MOUNTAIN log schools and shopping. 35000. Watson
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY DESPERATE I MUST SELL I 1977 Jimmy cabins for rent on river. Cool comfortable Realty 4734816. Itchg 4/10 CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
ROAD: $3,000 no down payment $70 4 wheel drive low mileage, good and convenient. Hiking, fishing "The Heart of America"
per mo Coll 964 5606. 1/03 tfn engine and tires. Clean $2500 OBO. swimming, games on property. Many
LOT IN CITY: $6.OOO Coll 964 5764 after 473 2846 Itpd 4/10 attractions close by. 3059434582. fcan American Home Week
5, call 964 5251 3 07 tfn 86.78
FIVE ACRE: harnesses Owner. 964 5944. 1IKIII! '()N'fIA(' SUNBIKP: rlnm. grad BUCKHORN CREEK: country living, 1150 April 13-19, 1986
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Florida. 50% sold, 2 or more acre
25 located on US 301 ten minutes from YARD SALES parcels, county graded roads, trees Country Club, $162,900. Cedar 3 BR, 2V' Ba, 125x180 lot, Pella

Staike, 20 ,minutes, from Gainesville. beautiful Florida mountains 290' LINK FENCE: Installed. Free windows, 30x32 garage, S'/i years old, designed by Tom Ton-
1 01 acre in nice neighborhood. 5000. 601 S. WESTMORELAND: Continental Pit- above sea 'level. Electric, telephone, estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. nier.
Call 496 0067 No collect calls. 4'3 4tpd za Oven $10; Toaster/broiler $8; school bus moil delivery, good soil Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn
_424_ stereos $8; speakers $1 1; bowling ball hunting, fishing fresh water, clean bir. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, CONVENIENT ADDRESS: 1032 E. Call St.: Block and brick
$3; dishes, wllverware. Itpd 4/10 $1500.52000/acre.I Total down payment etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY veneer, 3 BR, 1 '/ bath, lot is 119.1 x251.11 x279.77x47.38 and extends -
MISCELLANEOUS CHURCH YARD SALE: 2138 N. Temple 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake
$200 per parcel. Owner financing up to to Bessent Rd. Built 1980. $43,000.
Ave. Saturday 104pm. Itpd 4/10 10 at 12.5%. Free brochure. Fronk Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights,
FOUR FAMILIES: family clothing furn. yr. STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E, 1646 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba, CH/A,
4734973. 2/26 tfn
CHARLOTTE'S WEBB: reasonable prices A. Pierce, P.O. Box 277, Chipley, Fla.
household Items much more. 401 N. WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S only 5 yrs. old. $49,900.
on new and used items. Clothes, 32428. telephone 904.638.7606. fcan
shoes. crofts alterations 964 7100 or Cherry St. Friday only. Itchg 4/10 86.79 YOUR BUSINESS LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing $68,000. Home is on one

964 5732 or 964 8569. Consignments THURS FRI SAT.: 9 a.in. to 3 p,m. Tools, WANT TO STOP'THAT'S lot, adjoining lot goes with it. In all 130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2

SPACE always welcome.AVAILABLE 3 13 for TF retail or new items.room 315 N.air Clark conditioner St. Itpd 4/10 household BUSINESS Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646B949646219 OURS Ba, carpet, range, refrig. Incl., all furniture purchase optional.

wholesale produce market at the Brad. CLEANING OUT GARAGE: Saturday Only OPPORTUNITIESOWN -3 ACRES-OKLAWAHA RIVER: High and dry, good location.I
ford County State Farmers Market. Hardware full size ping.pong pd thru 5/15 $15,000.
table bikes, foosboll, roto-tiller, some SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines
Contact Bob Allen 9646951. Itpd 410BEN'S other items YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, HOME ft 15.5 ACRES: off Rd. 235, NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse,
clothing many Hampton relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10
Lake '/, ,mile W. on SR 18. Itpd 4/10 ladies apparel, children, large size years. Bradford Septic Tank Service. barn ((2 stalls), syrup bldg., creek runs thru property, $46,000
FRI ft SATURDAY: 9 o.m til. ''77 Chevy petite, combination store, maternity 964.8121. 10/17 TFchg terms.

pickup miscellaneous items 134 E. accessories E Z Street !Izod Jordache Esprit, Chic Tomboy, Lee, Calvin Levi). SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes WHITE BRICK ft STUCCO: with 3 BR, 1 bath, CH/A, $38,000.
41'' Used
AC 8Refrigeration South Street Itod 10MOBILE cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15.
Klein, Sergio Valente Evan Picone, Liz sewing machines for sale James TWO ACRES 301 S: $94,444, possibility of getting two additional -
HOMES Claiborne. Members Only, Gasoline, Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy acres or morel!
Healthtex 1000 others. $13,300 to
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FOR SALE $24,900 Inventory, training, fixtures, HANDYMAN 16 Starke. :9648733.carpentry 12/5TF, painting electrical FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba: on 5 AcresIncludes garage & solar

782.3564 Lawtey IS USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. complete home repair. greenhouse, $69,000.A .
one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sale.. Mr. Keenan ((305)) 6783639. Itpd 4/10 Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home in city, approx. 2417

COMMERCIAL S DOMESTICAir 904-964.5606616 tfnchg LONG American DISTANCE Van TRUCKING Lines needs North Call Mitch, 4733940. 1/9TF sq. ft., CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001

Conditioning 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace $1,500 owner/operators. If you need training. PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING allpha.e. HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4 BR, 2 Ba, brick, Country Club.
down and take over payments. Call obedience, personal protection
Central or WindowDehumidifiers 782.3358 after 6 p.m. 3/20 TF we will train you. You will operate show ring. Experienced all Assume mtg. of $50,000, 8.75% interest. Owner will hold 2nd
NICE OLDER MH: 8x48 with 3 BR, carpet your own tractor. If you don't have breeds. 964.5732 or 964.7100.3/13 TF mtg.

Auto & Truck stove. Liveable $1500 OBO. 964.8790 'one, NorthAmericon that offers can put a tractorpurchase in a EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: disking, MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen, 2
program you
after 5:30: p.m. 4/10 2tpd 4/17 mowing, blade work garden work.
ICE MACHINES & ICE MAKERS new tractor for $2,500 down. If you are Free estimates Have tractor will utility rooms, 2 car garage, fireplace, CH/A on one acre.
1982 14x70 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 Ba.
Rentals Call 964.4824 after 4 p.m. 4/10 3tpd 21 we'd or like over and send think you may quality Information travel. 782.3469 or 964.8230.3/13 TF SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to of
to a complete
you handsome brick and cedar home 37Vi 4 BR 2'/i
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RepairsREFRIGERATORS Call weekday.Toll a on acres, ,
MOTORCYCLESTHREE package. any MOWING-TRIMMING edging and all
FREtiERS, free 18003482191. Ask for Dept. types of lawn work. Rick's Lawn Service Ba plus nice barn. $133,000.

STOVES, WASHERS, DRYERS MOTORCYCLES: '76 GT-250 97. fcan 86.72 473.4512 4tpd 3/20.4/10 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian St., 1 lot Jefferson -
OWN A LADIES OR CHILDRENS FASHION
Suzuki, $400 '81 550 Yamaha Moxlum St.'HAVE.
Home Repair andA ; STORE: Our 10 year old company can BAKER L.P. GAS, INC.i We have a sum
$995; 81 750 Yamaha Varage, $1095. YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
Few Used Models Excellent condition. 9646020. 4/10 help you open your own business. We mertime special and senior citizens
Itpd supply Inventory, fixtures, training discount. Plus a special for farms and block home approx. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.
TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt site evaluation and airfare. Famous commercial accounts. We don't charge Crawford Rd. plus four chicken barns--a good going business.
A Reasonable Cost SEELIG lines Include Calvin Klein, Gloria any deposits. Phone 1.800.635.2371 or
SMALL CRANE SERVICE Vanderbilt, Lee, Evon Picone, Chic. 2596810. 3/27 3tpd 4/10. Owner financing.Buy all or part!
Levi), Esprit, 100's more.Purchase. price BABYSITTING In ,my home ages 3-8 NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
Ben or Don On Call 1 1." AugerFor $14,100 I to 24500. Fore,more Informa years. Meals provided. Mom,thru Fri Owner financing.

24 Hours 782-3564 Pole Setting lion fcan 86-84 call Ed Brandt. ''" 14052389358., j I WOULD daV,468.13411."chg4/10 LIKE TO" BABYSIT In my home, OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, 1 Vi Ba, appro'x. -

; Jack E. Sellig 64.4225 STEEL BUILDING fJEi1l| $RSHIP'with major, days. Phone ?64'; /321.! ,,4/I 0 2tcha 417KEVIN'S 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced

r 3 reed 4.24II manufacturer' pales. It, ,engineering, '. .< backyard. If you have,$.7.590.., owner. will. .hold,. 1 1st mtg. and you I
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ti l COUNTRY LIVING: CB, 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range, refrig.,

p CERAMICS 1jf. PROPERTY *WN'. DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. $49,600.
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RENT/LEASE GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath, $19,900.

I 1Mil, on Forsyth Road '964-8767 AND'TR'EESERVICE BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH, CH/A, 100x200 lot, $20,000.

,I. I 533 PRATT STREET: 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, $15,000.
Call &
CLASSES NOW IN PROGRESS NORTHWEST CORNER OF Thompson
Streets: 2 story masonry building.
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No Fee- Just Pay for Materials Used 1m Clyde W. Simpson? 356-6849.. 4/10TF
Free Estimates 14 plus Acres . . . SW 75th St. . . . .$35,000
Planters (of all sorts) Vases Violet Pots *Jewelry Boxes WANTED Near Hampton Lake

Heart Boxes 'Shall Planters '. 964-4898 ,Itpd4/ta 120 E. Call St. . ? . Building . . . $47,000

[)} :t11.1 Call Anytime I LIZTk": LffJ: BABYSITTER: need to watch Infant and 301 Dairy Queen . . . .Building. . . . $89,000
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Some weekends. References required 4 acres Griffis Loop . . Vacant Prop. . . $16,000

Call 473.2732 after' 5 p.m. Itpd 4/10 FLORILAND Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16 . . . $9,500

WILL PAY CASH for good used clothing Mimosa & Bessent . . .3 lots. . . . ea.$6,900
of all sizes. For more Information, call REALTY
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. 964.8215 Mon-Fri. Itpd 4/10 5 Oaks Subdiv . .'. ...t, .1 lot. . . . $10,000

964.7700 Hwy. 16 W. . . : . .Lots1&2. . . . $10,000
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RELAXIPEACEFUL American Home Week Country Club,.... ...,? ','. ; Lot 7. . . . . $8,000

The Heart of America 301 North. . . . .'.MO, lots . . . . $125,000
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IB I 964-5065 ATMOSPHEREON Country Club . . >!rt<, .Lot9. . . . . $9,500

THE LAKE I -3 BEDROOM, 1 bath,nice home, low Sampson Lake . . . .2 lots .'. . . ea.$17,900

m $30. Sampson Lake '.-. . . . 1 lot . . . $21,900
REALTOR Charming 3 BR, 2 Ba, great -1 ACRE: : with well; owner finance. -v. :' ;/4tit>..Free Notary Services
house LOTS: Graham area, owner financing 'qH.! ,
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screened porch and deck, -5 ACRES 476' on 301 South. ... EVENINGSBILL
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU 1 one acre with trees.$79,900. LOTS: zoned for trailers, 'I. acre to DQDq,9 4-7Q.( IRVING CLARK, JR. 964.7188

473-3468 IVi acre, owner financed, $500 JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593

block South of S.R. 100 down. .. NOVIS WARD"9W4S4T' CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 '
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only. Please call Irene at 964.5065 or 964.5142 for details. 1
BUILD YOUR HOME or put mobile home on this 2'/i\ acres. Priced to sell at m III HOMES WITH ACREAGE

$7.500. Owner financing. I I
LOVELY HOME, over 2100 sq. ft.brick venner, 3 BR, 2 bath, workshop double e r *A HOME THAT DARES TO COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE
garage kitchen equipped, just out of city limits on 3/4 acre. BE DIFFERENT: situated on 2 but convenient to city. You
YOU SHOULD SEE THIS oak shaded lot with MH and 2 bwilt-on porches, 2 BR, 2 acres. 1700 ft. featuring can have up to 29 beautiful

bath Kingsley Lake area. 3BR's, 2 Ba's, den, liv rm, kit, acres with this beautiful
WESTMORELAND ST.t Walk to everything from this 3 BR 1 Ba CB home, nice 9644522STARKE.
shaded lot well-built home only 32000. din. rm, dbl insulated win spacious 3 BR 2Vj bath home

INVEST IN THIS COMMERCIAL UNIT which joins Bradford Square. Already I FL. dows, rng., refrg, DW, CH&A, with many amenities. ABSOLUTELY -
rented, or open your own business South 302. Plata. dble carport w/storage bldg. MUST BE SEEN TO
BEAUTIFUL LOT on W. Madison. Has 2 BR, 1 Ba frame ready to occupy or use Priced to sell at $73,200.Add'l BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.
as rental unit. Open Man. thru Frl. avail. MH ON 4-plus ACRES with
WATERFRONT: 2 BR, 1 bath and family room, screen porch on Crosby Lake, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. acreage
35000. Sat. V a.m. to 4 p.m.Appraisals FOR LEASE OR SALE: 3BR, 2 highway frontage. Only

TWO IMMACULATE CB HOMES: move In one and rent the other or buy just baths, on 2 acres, CH/A $17,500

one. Each priced In the $40s. w/fireplace. Near FSP and BRING ON THE HORSES &

ONE ACRE with fix-up mobile home. Only 10000. for Residence Farm. Commercial Business Lawtey Correctional, $49,900. CATTLE: 49 acres, 3 BR home,
and workshop, etc., on 1 acre.
LIKE NEW DOUBLEWIDE with everything pool
Owner willing to discuss terms. e Your Full Service Real Estate Office *EXCELLENT BUY Large on hwy. Priced right, excellent -

KEYSTONE AREA brick veneer 3 BR, 2 ba swimming pool, chain link fence, home on 1.76 acres, cleared terms.
also lake privileges. All this priced In mid $60s. 97% Financing Available for garden. Separate well & IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3 BR,

NICE 3 BR 1 ba CB S brick home on 2 acres, paved road. septic tank for MH., $38,000. 2 ba, eat-in kit., great room,
JUST OFF PRATT ST: Large 4 BR, 2 Ba CB home or use as 2 opts' chain link fen On Selected Properties 3 BEDROOM HOME: three. carport, owner fin. $51,500.

cing.* 3 LOTS IN TOWN and duplex. Only $25,000 and owner financing. LOOK ME OVER I Call for *AFFORDABLE LIVING This car garage on 21 acres, including 5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land in

*TWO MOBILE HOME UNITS less than 2 yrs. old. Kingsley Lake area. Great appt. to see this beautiful 3 neat and clean 2 BR, 1 bath is 19 acres of nearly pasture, 3 BR, 2 Ba, super kit

rentals. Owner financing available. BR, 2 Ba home featuring a for In a quiet neighborhood mature pine Only $72,900. chen. $71,900.
Water St. between CR 100 and 230.SuswsF.ulknerBeddlshREALTOR .
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY '
mal LR. DR, FR w/flreplace, minutes from town. Only

Sales Menoger. Evenings 944-404 large kitchen. In city, best $24,900. The Heart of America

REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene location. *C'OUNTRY CLUB AREA American Home WeekApril

I. Faulkner 9(4-5142 Tom Bement 964-U39 PINE8REEZE S/D: Brick 3 brick, 3 BR, 2 bath, eat irr kit. 13-19
Russell 471-7694
Louis Young 964.7525 Karen Marty Adams 964-4002 BR, 1V4 bath, priced to sell, chen, LR, Family room, suo
lee Hordonbrook 964-4527
* $29,950. porch large lot. Owner anx Building Lots, Mobile I Home Lots, arid Acreage
LEE HARDENBROOK.APPRAISALS LAKEWOOD AREA E' Available In All Areas.

94-6527 ecutive home In an exclusive ,*SOUTHGATE AREA

RESIDENTIAL* .' area with access to Crosby Beautiful contemporary 3 BR See us for your commercial and industrial property needs.

COMMERCIAL Lake. Quality construction 2 bath, chain link fenced.

Carol Warner Rentals.REALTOR Available ASSOC. throughout 4. BR, 2 bath with Priced to sell for only $52,900. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

Property Management Division many amenities ; Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call us!







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MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS: SHIP JOBS! Great Income poten CLASSIFIED
Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. US 441. between Sylvia and Cherokee, tial. All occupations For Info call ((312)) to the ADVERTISING Lake Region should Monitor be submitted of- OWNER $5000 and assume 10% installment WANTED TO BUY 120 gallon LP gas

Recreational vehicles welcome. Phon. N.C. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing 742-8620, ext. 362.4/104tpd 5TERRY'S / lice In writing and paid In advance 4 p.m. Stpd mortgage.3/27-4/24 473-7619 after tank 4/10 with regulator. 4732313. Itpd
964 7498. 916tfnEFFICIENCIES rafting hiking Blue Ridge Parkway LAWN CARE Is now accepting unless credit
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WATERFRONT ON LAKE SERENAMelrose. CARPOOl WANTED KH/Goinesvle!! ,
studios and on. BR apartments mining. New 2 BR cabins, furnished applications for possible full-time and this office.MONITOR .
Electricity Included. Low week Sunset Farm Rd Cabins, RI. 1. Box part-time positions. Experience In STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 3 BR. 3 BA great room, M-F 9-5 UF vicinity. Call Judy.
ly, monthly rotes Palms Apartments, 216.C, Whittier, N.C. 28789. grounds maintenance preferred but RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN CH/AC. beautifully landscaped veryserune 372.3557 weekdays. 2tchg 4/10-4/17
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2314 N. Temple Av. tin 1.704.497.2200 Ralph Heardman. not necessary 9646166. Itpd 4/10 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 4tpd' 4/3.24 by owner. 4752546.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 4/10TF PEP-O now accepting applications for ., THE TELEPHONE. LAKE Lost
BA opt. For more information call Lak. TWO BR MOBILE HOME on private lot full and part-time cashiers. Apply In Classified deadline li Tuesday BROOKLYN Prime location spectacular
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Butler Apts. 49:4-3141.: Equal Oppor with trees Central AC. Grlffls Loop. person at Pep-O Station 620 S.Walnut. prior to Thursday publication. BA furnished complete, treed fenced, $100 REWARDI! Black male Labrador
tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 468-2374 after 6 p.m. 4/10 2tchg 4/17 Itchg 410ACCEPTING Minimum charge It IS words for$2.75, / acre plus. $82,000 obo. mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov.
NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished, IBR TWO 2 BR TRAILERS AC & lights furnished APPLICATIONS: Su-EI's then 10 cents for each word thereafter 3057938199. 4tchg 4/10.5/1 7 on SR-IOO and Immokalee Road.
apartments with kitchens, located next on one $60 per week. Other 10x60 Retirement Home First aid required.Live Answers to "Minor." 473.7162.3.
to Tenneco station in downtown $240 plus security. Near Graham. In housekeeper-companion, free tfncha
Slarke. $50 $75 per week. Call 485-1371.' Itrrig 4/10 room board and salary 468.2619, TF LAND FOR SALE

964 5139 days or 964.6$66eves. 12/5TF VERY CLEAN: 3 BR, 2 Ba block home In EXPERIENCED EGG PICKER and handyman PERSONAL HELP WANTED
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now good neighborhood. Stove, to work on layer form. Call SERVICES LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500.
available at C&C Mini Storage 12 ft. refrigerator CH/A fenced In 964.4709 or 9646727. Itpd 4/10 Owner will finance $164 per month MAN TO TRAIN for assistant manag.r
ceilings, lights, power new reduced backyard. Deposit required. $325 per PERMANENT POSITION Exp. legal FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 4734367. 4/10 tfnchg of lumber yard. Must have experienceIn
rales. 964 8848. 1/9TF month. Coll Joy at 964-7810 8:30: to secretary. Top salary Fee payable Hand rubbed oil finishes Coll Jac WOODED ONE-THIRD ACRE lot near handling lumber and building
ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 530.: Itpd 4/10 when placed. LIFE INSURANCE 4732521. 4/3 tfnchg Keystone Golf Course. By owner $4000 materials, truck driving some counter
per night. From $35 per week. Discount TWO BEDROOM HOUSE Starke area SALESMAN WANTED Please bring SINGLES Find that someone special cash. 475.2598. 3tpd 3/27-4/10 sales, some maintenance work.
offered for longer term Apply In person unfurnished. CH/A. 301 North of :lesume and references EXPERIENCED through Lakeside Singles Club RI. 2 LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One Available to work Saturdays. Prominent
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Starke. Phone 964-5810. days or MEDICAL TRANSCRIBER WANTED full Box 2641. Melroie, FL 32666. Send for acre wooded lot 17500. Coll 473.7162 with opportunity for advance
from Post Office. TF 96"-6566 eves. Itchg 4/10 or part-time. Experienced only apply. application-ages 18 to. 60. 4/10. tfnchg after 5. 3/27 tfnchgMOBILE ment. Writ. to P. O. Box 364 lake
LARGE 2 BR HOUSE: 1 bath CH/A, stove ROOM FOR RENT: need single lady to Work on production basis W. W. Pro. HODGES ENGRAVING and TROPHIESSee Geneva FL 32660. All replies kept
refrigerator.' Suitable for couple or share house with single lady. Must lesslonal Services, 218 S. Walnut St., our display ad In the Monitor and HOMESFOR strictly confidential. 2tchg 4/3.10
small family. $3SO/month. Call hove steady Income and no children. Stork. 9647777. Itchq 4/10 the Yellow Pages. 4733671. 4/10 LOOKING FOR COMMUTING person to
964.7826. 2/20 TF Price negotiable. Call 964.5682 or tfnchg Gainesville who would be willing to
LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A 9645918. Itpd 4/10 FOR SALE UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs SALE 12 X 65 mobile home 3 BR pick up parts for local business Call for
stove and refrigerator. Suitable for WALDO 3 BR House, partly furnished couches, campers Addison Upholstery IVi bath. 4734200. 2tpd 4/3.10 more Information 4733080.' Itchg
couple or small family $350 month $275/month. ALSO apt, completely BRADFORD LIMEROCK 473-2452.. 4/10.5/1 DOUBLEWIDE 3 years old 3 BR, 2 BA 4/10
Call 964.7826.313TF furnished Includes utilities, SALES CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction Central H/A shingled roof, large deck COSMETOLOGIST wanted full or part
NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish $250/month. 468.1927 or 3950088. ask Llmerock Fill Dirt truck mounted equipment. C & B lake view on one acre of land. 29500. time. 4737708. Itpd .../10COSMETOLOGIST.
ed. Will accept on. child no pets for Toni. Itchg 410HELP 20 yd. semi-loads only CARPET CLEANING. Keystone Heights 4737741. Itpd 410YARD Redkln scientific full
Palms Apts.. 2313 N. Temple Starke. Phone 782-3172 5/2311chg 4737770. HALF OFF ON SCOT. service salon. Desire to learn and
4/3TF WANTEDFULL STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sole at CHGUARD. 6tpd 3/20-4/24 SALE license required. Doris' Hair Clinic.
JUST REFINISHED 2 BR trailer furnished Doublewlde Home Center located DYKES SERVICE CO. Repair A/C and 4752211. 2tchg 4/10-4/17.
on private lot No North on 301 Fla. this Sell used GARAGE SALE from
quiet neighborhood. TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE Lawtey. ( Is not major appliances. appliances. Saturday April 12
pets, no children. 9645739. 4/3 2tpd Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Well service, submersibleand 91. 697 SE Lakevlew. Itpd 4/10 Shop & Compare.11 I
4/10 Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Loyfayette FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for |let pumps, 4733085. 4tpd RUMMAGE SALE Saturday April 12,
NICE 3 BEDROOM apartment with stove 51..964.50657/4 tfn sale at pins Home Center located on 3/27.4/17 9-3 Keystone Bank parking lot. TV Special Insurance for
and fridge 1st floor no pets. ALSO 1 EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS Highway 100 West This is not trailer TRACTOR WORK Roads scraped mowing washer, appliances, all clothes and Mobil. Home Parks ,
BR, same. 964.8498. 4'3TF needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. furniture. 6/13 tfnchg and roto-tllling. 4732330. lOtpd toys Itchg 4/10 All types of homeowners
1 t 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY no lease, clean Call Susan Cook. 9646220. 12/5TF AKC TOY POODLES for stud: 9644238. 3/27.5/29 FIVE FAMILIES Saturday 9 til. policies for
and quiet South of Starke on 301. SALES POSITION: Must have sales ex 1/23TF NEED TYPING DONE Reasonable, efficient I. Household treasures, clothing toys, mobile homes.
9645687. Itchg 4/10 perience. Call 9645606. Olins Mobile USED FURNITURE: hospital bed computer printout letter quality. etc. Fairway. No early birds. Itpd 4/10 Call for Quote *
TWO BR FURNISHED apartment LR. kitchenette Homes. TFHAIRSTYLIST wheelchairs, walkers sofas, chairs $2.50 per page. Call 473.4648 and FRIDAY April 11, 95. Vacuum some
bath and leave Will call tools S hardware ladies ? kids clothes Mobile
; lights and water fur : Florida Licensed Must antiques more. Browns Used Furniture message. return tfnchg Olin's
nished. $200 per month with $70 have following. Good benefits. 110 E, Call St., Starke. 3/20 3/27 much more. Behind football stadium.
security deposit 964-5033 or 4681338. Hairplanes, 964.4645.2/20. TF Busyshop. 4tchg 4/10 RN WILL PROVIDE CARE for the elderlyin Follow signs Itpd 4/10 Home Sales
Itchg 4/10 GOVERNMENT JOBS: $16.040 to HALF PRICE! Large flashing arrow signs her home. Price includes professional FRIDAY ONLY April 11,95. Hotpoint 30
THREE BEDROOM APARTMENTS $2991 Lighted non-arrow $2791 care, meals, laundry activities inch electric range nice $125; filing
$59,230/yr. Now hiring Call Elaine M. Olin
available now. Starting at $200 per 8046876000. ext. R-5504" for current Nonllghted $2291 Free letters! Warranty and all amenities. For further information cabinet $8; sewing machine & cabinet, Agent
month. Pine Forest Apartments, I.d.ralll.t. 3/13 8tpd 5/1 Only few left this price. See call 4751951. 6tchg 4/3.5/8 tools, fishing tackle awning windows, 964.5606 ,F
Minimum of 4 persons, maximum of 6. EXCELLENT INCOME for time home locally. Factory: 1-(800)( ) 423-0163 HOUSECLEANING In Keystone and $10 each; car luggage rack $6; much
Call 964.6312 9.5 Mon-Fri. Itchg 4/10 part anytime, fcan 86.81 Melrose area. Reasonable rates. Ask more. Take 21 to C-352 White Sands
assembly work. For Info. call
CLOSE IN: One bedroom apartment with 1-504-641-8003. Ext. 9579. 3/27 4tpd TWO FORD VAN SEATS with adjusters for Pattie or Barbara. 4737706. 2tpd Lake go 2 miles on paved road. See
outdoor living space. Recently 5/8. like new. $100. 964-7498.. 4/10 4tchg 4/10-4/17 signs Itpd 4/10

remodeled Inside. Carpets, drapes, LIVE-IN wanted to help care for an POP-UP CAMPER: Bethany sleeps 6. HANDYMAN SERVICE yard work [
mlnl-bllnds, frost-free refrigerator elderly lady. Some housekeeping required. stove, ref., used only 8 times. Excellent garden roto-tllllng, chain saw work, FOR RENT
garbage service' and antenna services Write: H.C. Edwards 219 condition. 964.6093 days or 964.8285 tree trimming and removal trash haul. MANAGER
Included In rent. 9648601. 4/10TF Segovia Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32086. after 5 p.m. Itpd 4/10 ing any kind of odd job repair and 2 BR LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $250 weekly .
TRAILERS' Griff Loop. Also one 3/213tchg 410.EXPERIENCED BEDROOM SUITE: 3 pieces, good condi maintenance.. Call 4733321.' 4tchg plus deposit. 4733856.' lOtchg TRAINEE
trailer lot Deposit required. 9648816. SALESPERSON: honest, tion. 9647521. Itpd 4/10 4/10-5/1 3/27.5/29
Itpd 4'10 clean cut A MUSTI! References required HOT WATER HEATER gas, 30 gal. $25. MELROSE AREA 2 BR and 1 BR furnished PROGRAM
JO LU MOTEL t MH PARK: Mobile homes ; possible $25,000 first year Apply 9646066. Itpd 4/10. MISCELLANEOUSPACK mobile homes, porches $150 &
'B studio, opts., furnished or unfurnished D & S Motors, 207 N. Temple. No EXERCISE BIKE Like n.w. $50. 315 N. deposit $170 S deposit 16846634.
weekly or monthly rotes From $50 phone calls. 4/3TF Church St. 9646789. Itpd 4/10. RAT Buy sell and trade collectible 3tchg 3/27-4/10 Are you ready to move up?
to $125. Free maintenance & lawn OLAN MILLS NEEDS several telephone SEVERAL ITEMS Hotpoint Freezer 500 Items and antiques Used furniture, LAKE GENEVA 2 BR 1 BA ceiling fan
care. Accepting applications now, will sales people to start work Immediately. Ib. capacity $75. Sears kerosene glassware, jewelry and much more. stone fireplace, greenhouse storage w. are seeking rector oriented' WOMEN I
consider small pet or child under 5. S No experience necessary. Also heater $50. Elec. heater, $10. Phone Come see for yourself. One mile east shed fenced yard white sand beach MEN. If you 'have a retail background Dollar or, wpm
vUory experience. Family Stores of
301 across from KOA. 9648810. Itpd need someone for light delivery work. 964.8287. Itpd 4/10 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. deck $500 monthly Weekdays 94. the loading and fattest growing' retailer.ono In the
4/10 Apply to Sue Ma.'. Best Western CANNING JARS quarts and pints 473.2183.4/10 tfnchg 475.5640; weekends 4751345.. 4/3 southeast can oH., you an opportunity" for .,.
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Starke, Man Apr. 14 from 5.9 p.m.. or 7823106. Itpd 4/10 RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP tfnchg cuing and rewarding' career In retail' man_
and up Call Susan F. Reddish BrokerOwner Tues-Frl a.m. to 1 p.m.. 5.9 p.m. EOE. TROY-BILT TILLER:'8 hp Brlggs S Stratton Needs men's, women's and children's m nt.
TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes.Across Family Dollar offers competitive
at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF engine 4 speed with manual. starting
Itchg 410OFFICE owners spring andJmm.r clothing fowl I 11 I
salaries and full el'
a benefit
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 964-4581.. Itpd 4/10' J r from lake. $155. Partially furnished. rang company '
HELP WANTED: opening for full- f Open Tuesday 'through Saturday 10 which Include.: Bonus Program Paid Life and Ma*
Highway 16 W. Close to CHEST FREEZER ,, North Mr, Phillips! "''n.?5fO/ 2/1.1; 20tpd 6/26. Medical ,
prison time office help experience preferred. very Iprge runs ex ,> a.m.-5 p.m. Highway 21 ; "ton Irmironc Formal' Performance
984-7530 468-1323.' 10/10 Tfchg Applications being token Fri. Apr. 11 cellent. $200. 9645997. Itod 4/10 _. Keystone Height 4733106. 4/10 valuation and Salary' Review, long Tern
.
NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown and Mon. Apr. 14, between 2.4 p.m. ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99\ per month. tfnchg -0444444444044004404QUALITY Sick Disability and Coverage.Eiicellent Liberal Vacation Program,
Low office on E. Call St. If you are Interested ONLY. Dr. Hernandez's office, 601 E. No down payment. Call 964-6946.. tin BINGO-AMERiCAN ,LEGION:I POST mertt Pay(Relocation may Opportunity be required" )IIf for Anna
In renting this office and Call St. Itchg 4/10 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. Hwy 21 N. Sunday afternoon 25. CLEANING you quality and have a desire for growth and
selecting carpet and having input into HELP NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly lady $14.99 per month. Call 9646946.. tfn SATURDAY NIGHT 'at O'clock with a SERVICE challenge, pleat contact Tom Llnd.ey, Family
renovating It, call 964-6305 John some housework involved. 964-5357. AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with $200 JACKPOT. Open to public.. Stchg Dollar Store In Starke. Monday thru Friday 9 a.m.
Miller. TF detachable speakers (lam box). Sears, 3/27-4/24 to 6 p.m for Interview. If you are unable to mad
Itpd 410OVERSEAS i CARPETS: Home Office an appointment' at thlt time, please tend
or a con.fldonllal
FOR RENT IN CITY 5 BR mobile home, JOBS $20.000 to $60.000 plus like new. only $85. 7823660. |1m TF resume to:
CH/A complete kitchen $385/mo. bonus. Job offers guaranteed. Free In VW PARTS for sale: no motors; body FOR SALE 473.3857 d Family Dollar Stores, Inc.P. .
Call 964.4060.. 3/20 4tpd 4/10 formation. Doycorp Box 697-IGS, parts, trans axle, etc Gary 9648569. Coil O. Box 25800
LOT FOR RENT: 1 acre, mobile home lot Pocatello Idaho 83201. fcan 86.80 3/20 TF JOHN DEERE TRACTOR 40. HP diesel 404444444440444444 Charlotte. N.C.28212
In Starke. phone 964-4238.. 3/27 TFN. WHISPERING PINES Care Center needs FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale. power steering 6' box blade and \ Equal Opportunity' Employer M/P
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE in country EXPERIENCED INSTITUTIONAL COOKS. 360/390 4bbl. manifold; motors C-6 S mower $4000. Call 4732730.' 4/3
with all the conveniences. NE 12th Anyone wishing to inquire, please call FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc., tfnchg
964-6849. miscellaneous body parts, tires 8 14' - - -
Ave. 964.5232 days or eves.Itpd Richard Provln. 9646220. An Equal Opportunity mag 4'X10' ALUMINUM roofing or siding;
4/10 Employer. Itchg 4/10 wheels. Gary 964-8569.3/20 TF 9" trusses with 2' overhang; 12' 4"
FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullsize fleet- trusses; 4"X4" by 8' or 10' 4732217.' $5,890 SPECIAL $5,89o
side pickup. $964-5812.TFce 4tpd 4324COMMERCIAL
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS /t ton anything you
Tim's Cabinets n.ed-Axles, front or rear auto 2 CAR GARAGE/WORKSHOP
Custom PROPERTY
transm., transfer cases, 2 different
r types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts
Call 9645812. TFce TWO STORY MASONARY BUILDING.139 20'x24' CBS or Wood Construction A $7.000 Value

New Construction Remodeling i SEVERAL ITEMS: 1973 Champion MH. E. Coll St., Storke, FL. Clyde W. Simpson .6" Floor Overhead Door

Cabinets *tile Ceiling I 12x52 with 15x30 addition, $4000; 1972 3566849. 4tchg 4/3.24 -3' Entrance Door .1 Window
Caper Travel Trailer $1500 will
Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall or
"Gable Roof
trade for small pickup ol equal value. Fully Wired
*Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting) I .I f fIn 1 1967 Starcraft pop-up camper, $375. 473-3940

Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone -=- Sofa chair and rocker to match as set,
$350. Phone 782-3553 e e a e e e e et
Free Estimates or 7823198. Itpd I M. Bailey Licensed Contractor
Call Tim Thompson FISHING EQUIPMENT: 12 ft. aluminum t 1110
II boat 14. ft. boat trailer 2 boxes trout ,
964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves lines, 45 yd. nylon gill net. All for$500. t Me He JONES II t
See at Shady Oaks Trailer Park 301 S., ,
TF
Pauline Norman. Itpd 4/10 THIS MONTH Homes Beautiful of N. Flu
DINING ROOM GROUP: oval table I Land Clearing :
w/leaf 6 chairs and china cabinet.
Good condition. $300. 964-5475 SPECIAL 215 E. Call St. Starke
or
Carpet (Any $ -f 95 Scotchgard 964-7918.. Itchg 4/10 964-8063 t Phone 964-67(6

Room &B is BOBWHITE QUAIL for sale. Starting to ----- -------
964-6477 -
Cleaning & Hall) I Available lay. 7823942.' 4/1 Oce I I I
y LIGHT FIXTURES: two large wagon.
Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. I 'wheel fixtures. $40. each. Also GLASS r :4r 1, 'aI
EDM DOORS 12' bronze, double Insulated 4/3 Itpd 4/10
complete with track and screen. $300. t
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe Phone 782.3942.4/1Oce. L.. __ __. 1

specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean-

Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

work at low low prices. Call now to make an appointment. BULLDOZER WORK WANTED /IP

Senior Citi7en Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice Call ((904)) 964.5606 Stucco or rf/r insulated

Roomi over Call 964.4997 Call Member' Stone '4N. Windows

250 iq. ft. Check Yellow Pages In local phone book StarkBradfordChamber Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 2'201t
Cotta Charge All Work Guaranteed of Commerce:

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948

FOR SALE BY OWNER Starling/ A13" Available April 15


We will take a picture of your FOR SALE ITEM and run It In the paper with a Realtor 4800 Sq. Ft. Building ;

complete description for only $12. If you don't sell the Item the first week, we COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Starke. *
Suzuki Shop
aorll.r2 bldg. currently Formerly
Large
will rerun It each week for only $2 each week. CALL 964.6305 NOW rented.$50.000. -

2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY': ham. 29900. US 301 South

HOUSE U MOVEs Make offer "c.ross ewrot1
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j r REDUCED TO $".9001 1.1 ACRES
t1 i \
''' /J. with older ham., beautiful pecan
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J' I WALMART SHOPPING CENTER
r f! ki' r -Oil < ;;1,1 trees.
sifir4.. 'l'Ji ( ; l OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE:
;':" > ,,!, I :',4 Reduced to $13.900, 1.6 acre*. 12x60 .-
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.J .' ; ,LY. ":: elS ACRES Older home arid DW BARGAINS FROMLQThe $11.95

:1i--L! ," mobile home, $47.500. Center Kitchen a L'!'!. tory Faucets
: i
err Bargain
7 hy? 1 L an.. #':-"-"t? .Il.' ACRESs 1 Well 3 teptlc tanks, 1 f10.+6

pond pole born. $33,500 \T4W *** Pipe' l.ulo"" Weotherstrlpplng
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\ .S ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES *' "s .
\ ) 25000. Excellent Terms % '" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire
/
.; gt ;;:-';'- ,------- .4 ACRESt Hwy 225 A. $12.500.VERY W.II rumps $.79 h. $17.95 250' Felt $'.50 per roll
'I 4 t r'r"I t Y NICE In lawtey 50000. From $139.95
j ._ Ceblnets Electrical> Plumbing Supplies e
2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, son- Mobile Home Supplies Llghtpales

ed commercial $65.000.. ''''
aul"- INC.
FOR SALE OR LEASEi Commercial building 3,000 SO Ac.$50.000. BARGAIN CENTER ..

square feet. SR 21 between Keystone Height 1983 DODGE CHALLENGER: fully loaded Phone ((904))712-331, S1eetsa111ng 10.000 Miscellaneous Hems and Salvage "" //.ij

and Melrose. Will divide. 4734846. 4/3 4tpd 4/24 7823971. Itpd 4/3 P.ODrowerM 301 S. lawtey Lee & Willle.Mae 964-6679 Hwy. 301 South Starke









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r Union County Ads poinsetlii, while. Correctional: CLASS III: CACTUS & SUCCULENTS ALOE: Tish Goss, two white. Correctional and blue.
LCI: one blue, two red; ICR: two
llucs. : : ICR blue; LCI, blue. CROWN ()Io' THORNS! : :Mary

YARD SALESnturdoy. REAL ESTATE """- - - BROMELIAD: Mary Mayben, two Mayben, red lllld seven blue; Eddie!
-- -- - red, three blue; Jean llardee, white. Jackson, blue; Walt Weslcotl. blue.

OUT OF AREA Correctional LCI: three red, three Correctional: LCI: four blue, one
April 12. 9 A.M.-until Junior i blue ICK two red five
; : blue.
and Women clothes. drapes, .h...., SPEND YOUR VACATION red.
Idwelry and household Item 470 S.W. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO ( i KALENCHOEGordon Masher MISCELLANEOUS CACTUS :
1st Street Itpd 4/10 PERTY? III I don't have It, I'll find it. Just / .ry ot blue; Doug Ashley, red; Jason Hug- Youth Division: Carrie Westcolt
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Nome It. we got II. II we don't, you don't ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. ". ST. AUGUSTINE OCEAN RESORT gins. blue Correctional1\ ICK red two blue. Correctional: LCI: two
need "it, Clothes, drshet. etc.. Behind 491>.2126 or 491>-2903. eves. "YOUR red, two blue; I ICK: three blue.
Methodist, Church in Worthington Springs UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin On Beach Tennis Pool Ocean r MISCELLANEOUS SUCCULENTS -
Saturday. April 19. 9 A.M.-until. Everything Furnished 'linens Color Cable TV : Adult Div. : Mary
4 10 2tpd 4/17 FOR SALE Sleeps 4-6 Beautiful Better Than Condo Mayben, blue; Tim Manning, two
Friday. Saturday and Sunday, April 11,12 e No Pets '2 ml. N of Crescent Beach r. red, one white; Donna Wade, two
13 II not raining Three and 1/2 miles Dining room table and six choirs. Call blue; B. Thompson, two- reds; Walt
north from Lake Butler on SR121. look 4963206. after 6 P.M. It. 3/20 $200 per week Reserve Today I Wcslcott, red; Tish Goss, blue and
for the signs. Itpd. 4/10 UKC coon dogs Coll Louie Noegel for in Call Owner 1.471.5636 white; Robert Loznicka, red; Doug;
formation at 496 0091 no collect colls. r/ta ,>g4/94 Asheliy, red; Zana Flirt, while; Ar.-
INSURANCEMAINES 3/27 2lchg., 43StrawberriesRoger's Iron Knauth, blue and red. YOUTH
Farm Open 8 A.M. DIV.: Casey Westcott, red; Carrie
Mon.-Sot. U pick $.40 a lb. -Picked berries -
Wcstcott, white. Correctional: LCI:
INSURANCE
AGENCY: 25 E.
Go 3 miles
00 Hat- Directions
Main, Sheet, Lake Butler 4963978. $6 a two red, two blue; ICR blue.
south of Lacrosse on 121 to N.W. 22
Complete Insurance Service. 2tlree OI'UNTIA: Dale Fields, blue; W.
loft. Bring
field
turn right strawberry on
4 10. 17 then tinLAND containers -Call for picked ordersor CYPRESS MULCH Westcott, blue. Correctional: ICR:
blue, red; LCI, red.
---- information at 462 1772. 4/10 2tpd.
FOR SALETen 4/17 & CRASSULA: Correctional: ICR,
PINE BARKYou
Bridal Wreath $2.00. Silver Dollar red; LCI, red.BARRELI. .
Eucalyptus $10.00. Contrary Mary's & BALL CACTUS:
Acres with 3 mobile homes Block Garden. St. Rd. 121. Lacrosse. pick-up or We deliver ADULT DIV.: Jane Kirchaine. two
storage shed pond trees. 38000. 462 1561. Closed Sunday and Monday. blue; Mildred Kirchaine, two blue;
Call 496 7600. 4' 10 Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
3/204tchg. 4/3 2tchg. 4/10 Karen Kirchaine, two blue; Milli-
Hotpoint refrigerator Excellent condition CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING cent Cass, blue and red; Yulee Kir
FOR RENT $125. Coll 4963540, after 4 P.M. chaine, white; Eric Crawford, blue;

_4'3 2lchg.__4,0HE..:,. _____ _______ 964-6649 Eddie Jackson, while; Roger Rowe
two blue; Walt Wcslcott, three blue;
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
WANTED tin. Diane Westcott, blue; Mike Starling,
RENT: Union CounlvTo", ... 150
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red Bobbie Loznicka blue Jason
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Main Sheet Lake Butler. Phone
496 2261 for .information. tin Government Jobs $11>.040 $59.230'yr. Muggins, blue; Alan Fields, blue;
One, two and three bedroom mobile Now hiring. Call 1(805)1( ) > / 000., Ext. e w Edna Norton, red. YOUTH DIV.:
homes All electric central heat and R 1 1136 lor current federal list. 4-10 Alex Kirchaine, blue and red; Kusby
air cable TV. Basketball and Btpd. 5.29 Mayben, blue; Bobbie Weslcoll,
playground. Pines Call 496 2366.SRI21. Earn $/.B7 Hr. We need assistance In Roberts Real Estate blue; Heather Norlon, blue; Noel
Lake Butler. 1/9 ,I".chg. evaluating and responding to daily Norlon, blue. CORRECTIONAL:
Office and Warehouse space located in work reports submitted by our agents 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL LCI: twelve blue, one red, three
Union County Times Building at 150 throughout the state. No experience 964-6262 while; ICR red.
West Main.' Call 496 2761 1. for more information. necessary; Paid to complete ,training. ESCHEV:::HIA: Gordon Mosher,
Work home. For Information send .
It 2 27 at -- --- -- -- ----- four blue, one red.
New Two Bedroom mobile home Furnished sell addressed stamped envelope
near school no pets. Call 91 2 inches long to: AWGA Dept E, COMMERCIAL Successful seivite s'a'iori onUS" 301 CLASS IV: HANGING BASKETS:
491>.3305. otter 4.30 P.M. 4'3 chg.tfnOffice Box 49204 Atlanta. Ga. 30359. Itpd. 50000. Call !
Space on Main Street nwxt door 4 10Twice Today Ias SPIDER PLANT: Correctional:
to Adventureland Video. Call 4960077. weekly Janitorial service and ACREAGE 53 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only ICR: blue and red.WANDERING .
4 10 2tchg. 4.17PERSONAL lawn maintenance for small office In 75000. Owner 'erms possible. e eer JEW: Zena Flint

Lake Butler. Coll 496 2417 ask lor Nan CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. r white.
SERVICES cy. I Itchg. 4 '10 MISCELLANEOUS: Teresa Manning -
Housekeeping Aide: Immediate opening '38000. while; Gordon Mo her, red;
lor part-time housekeeping aide. 640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly : s Tish Goss, while and red; Sheila
Septic Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks-. Previous experience required. Applyto of Vinson red Faye Swisher, red.
growing area Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 ;
New tanks, drain lines, lilt
septic
stations personnel at Lake Butler Hospital !I. CORRECTIONAL: LCI:: tour blue.
and pump out tanks Alter 7 Hand Surgery Center 850 E. Main St. per acre SWEDISH IVY: Gordon Mosher:
A.M.. Call 275-2268, After 7 P.M., Coll Lake Butler Fla. 32054. Equal Opportunity DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. blue. CORRECTIONAL: : iCR, blue.
2752197. tfnchg. "/23Ha"dyman Employer. Itchg. 4/10 SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot.
.... _. . $11,000.
work done by the hour or by Maintenance Supervisor Immediate CLASS V: FERNS:
the lob All work guaranteed. Call lull-time position available for hospital
4311445. 3'27 tfn maintenance supervisor. Experience COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE :11 1 : POLYFODIUM\ : Jane Kirchaine

MISCELLANEOUSLake should plumbing include and electrical light carpentry mechanical Excellent George. W. Roberts Jr. Broker :11 red.BOSTON: ADULT DIV. : D.Roberts .

salary and benefits., Apply to 964.6058 Evenings two blue YOUTH DIV.: D.St't' .

City Community College oilers personnel at Lake Butler Hospital HandSurgery Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser lIB
Center 850 E. Main Street Page
specialized training In upholstry sewing 964.4181 Evenings
for Lake Butler Fla. 32054. Equal Oppor
a locollndu."y beginning April
14th. AppitudeAttitude tesll. required tunity Employer. Itchg. 410CARSTRUCKS

before training begins. No lees Call
7521822. Ext. 308. Itchg. 4/10

1984 Mazda RX? GSl loaded. Excellent VACUUM
HOMES Condition. $1,500 and assume
payments. Call 4311401. Hod. 4/10 SALE I399-$36,500, 3 BR. 1 boo block
home, chain fenced yard, In town
Government Homes from $1 (U repair). NEW & USED and conveniently located. See this at JANE S. USHER
Also delinquent tax property. Call C.oss'l'ed deod..e' s lUtSDAY I .
406 E. Laura St. I
1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. OH.1136, for infor NOON pii 'i 0 Tnuisday publico'i ..". We Finance Our Own Your Union County Reciter
1430-For Startert: 1 BR mobile
MK.I idsl ,
motion. 4/10 Btpd. 5/29 ux.cl.aigeislSw w/icreened addition furnished 1
Three Bedroom two bath Concrete i elOce.rsf, I react> w-id'neieaf'ei,
KOYAI.S ac. pole barn 16500. 360 W. Main St., lake Butler
block. Good location In city limits. CAII
496-2066. after 5 P.M. 4/10 2tchg. 4/17 Kl'KKKAS I359--IO acres paved rood low
I1OOVKUS down owner financed 18000. By The Way... Interest Is 9'% % Now
I*
KLECTKOLUX; 1427-3 BR. 1 boo brick on 5 ac., barn, For Homes For 30 Years
CAREER OPPORTUNITYSewing
r( FILTER: QUEENS fenced. 75000. I
machine operators We offer 2 SEARS 1374--DAY CARE CENTER: going Now you can afford your dream home. The priceis

weeks paid vacation, 3 paid holidays, iJf COMMERCIAL: : business. Corner lot, fenced complete the same BUT the payments are lower. Call me today
'insurance plan and profit sharing. Apply ? We repair all makes with fixtures, 60000. Plus, 4
in person at Lake Butler Apparel. BR, 2 Ba home for owner 39000. for all the information you need to buy your

Experience helpful but not required.We Have you ever wished thai AI Young'sSince '424-7 Room Home. 202 N. Thomp home and property, while interest rates are.
will train. Itchrg. 4/10 you were In a position to son could be used for commercial.
own a swimming pool but 1957 25000. DOWN !

weren't sure that you could 964.6918 See our commercial properties,
----..-.- .... .....--.-.. afford such a luxury? Well waterfront and 2 room space for
having YOUR OWN pool FOR SALE
CRYSTAL LAKE H.S. stone doesn't require a fortune Miles north of rent with utilities Included.

and cedar 3 BR 2 ba, anymore I With the modern Starke on US 301 tin CALL FOR INFORMATION: 5 BR, 4 ba. GENTLEMEN'S FARM: Lovely 24 acre farm on country road In

fireplace, 3 car garage, Ig. construction the standardized techniquesand plans brick on 1.19 ac. 2450 sq. ft., $77,000 Union County. Must see to appreciate all the extras. This well-
that Dynamic Pools has to w/$800 down or $ 9.300 cash dis built home arid property Is well landscaped with pool.

lot.CENTER ST. CB, 1 BR, 1 Ba, offer you can have the pool BROADWAY & WALTERS count. Acreage is fenced, cross fenced, with fish pond that's spring-

AC, chain link fence, $25,000.CR of than your you dreams think. for a lot less Call us about, waterfront our farms homes home and lots and, fed. Also has barn with stalls. PRICED RIGHT TO SELL. Ideal for.

225: 3 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, 1 Prices Start At TREE SERVICE.acreogo investments horses, goats arid cattle. Just 20 min. from Gainesville. Call

acre plus 4 stall barn & tack right now for more information on this.
$5,900INSTALLED Removal FOR RENT: 2-room space (all new)
LOVERS DELIGHT Beautiful home situated
room. with waiting room utilities furnish. ANTIQUE : 2-story
OWNER WILL HOLD 2nd Trimming ed, CH/A, across from courthouse. on 1 acre In country town. This unique property is near local

MTG: 2091 sq. ft., brick Limited time Only! Stump Removal school arid downtown area. Needs tender loving care. A rare

veneer home, chain link With a variety of sizes and Firewood find indeed !

fence, with 9.74 ac. there's shapes a to beautiful choose Dynamic from Free Estimate STKOUT REALTY SECLUDED AND VERY NICE: home and ten acres. Lovely brick

PROVIDENCE: 135 acre pool that's just right for 473.7097 473.7679 '' "'0.0..'".:'. ., .. home sitting back off road behind 5 acres of pines. Balance of :I
your home AND your .2 t::*.5>L.7" 'U.1931 land slopes down to shallow creek behind home adding to

farm.MATHEWS Slate budget.Certified This reliable Contractorwill Fla. After 5 P.M. *' .' t j dc 473-3096 that extra privacy. Home is designed for outdoor entertain

take care of everything, Keystone Heights 4.-wf. ";. 838 N. TEMPLE ment and to enjoy nature at its best. Located on SR 241 and only
REALTY from design and Installationto Licensed & Insured 'I( A STARKE FU 32091 20 minutes from Alachua.
arranging......,. tfn
100% financing with LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION: This lovely like new

964-4469 NO DOWN PAYMENT.To brick home is located ideally for Raiford Macclenny, Starke or

make your new pool i beauty ol Lake Butler areas. Priced right to sell. Includes 2 acres, pool,
441 W. Madison St. summer fun... Phone
pd4'io Starke Fla 399.5685 TF PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTYCorner TV dish, fenced yard, also has mobile home pad. Carport arid

---_.._.... several outbuildings. .
us 301 & SR 16, Starke, Fl. COUNTRY LIVING: 4 miles from Lake Butler near Johnstown.

262ft. Frontage on 301. Ideal for Car Wash 3 bedroom concrete block home, with fireplace, on 3'/a' acres.

Hwy 301 South $andi'Houses Service Station, Restaurant. Ideal location for prison employees. Call for an-appointmentto

ncna Human Utilities Available Excellent Investment Opportunityfor see today.INVESTMENT.
all PROPERTY WITH LARGE HOME: Worthington J
investment needs
No Down your
Payment Springs, 4 BR home with 2 baths on 2 acres and Inground poolIn

Call(305)( ) 767.4035 lovely country setting on SR 18, 1 mile out of Worthington

Many Sizes and Styles Springs, Union County, 20 minutes from Gainesville, 15

i 4/l04tpd9/l minutes to Brooker, LaCrosse, 15 minutes to Alachua and 10
'
964.8848 6 minutes to Lake Butler. 5 mobile home pads on back acre for

Income producing property. Unique package makes this the

Evenings best buy that can pay for Itself. Call now for appointment to
Plumbing Supplies 5 From
see today.
964.4073 473.3627 liii Durrance Pump 8 Supply' THREE BEDROOM, 1 '/ bath In Shaw Subdivision in Lake

Butler. Ideal location for work, school anj church attendancein
> Lake Butler. Needs minor repair. Available after April 1 1.

License". J Will show now by 'appointment only.

TFI: CONCRETE BLOCK HOME with three bedrooms 1V' baths,

.1 with wooded backyard in Lake Butler near high school. FmHA
R & J'S SAW S SHOP approved. Call for appt. NOW.

Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect ACREAGE
Worthington Springs 496.2534
SEVERAL NEW DEVELOPMENTS in Union County. 1 Acre Sites
Protects and Insulates
10% OFF up to 20 acre sites. Owner financing is available. These tracts

located In Worthington Springs Providence and SR 237 New

Sales & RepairsChain [[] m River, (east of Lake Butler.)

g-nf aTTI:1J q + FinancingAvailable TWO ACRES on SR 241 already financed, already to sell,
.
H.IB: aIJIH
owner says sell !

FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE THESE AND OTHER LOCATIONS...
Saws & Lawnmowers
CALL NOW...

JANE Se USHER, Realtor
Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL

OPEN: Monday-Friday 8:00.5:00: : Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA 496.2126 or 496.2903 Eves

Saturday 8:00: 1:00: e Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street "Your Union County REALTOR"

.-.: tin Windows Starke Fla. 964-6766 "
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Jar of Beautiful Dill Pickles Wins Sweepstakes Prize for Marba WhittleFrom

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Huge 4MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor- APPLESAUCES: Evelyn Pen- Hutchins red.SPECIALTY. cake, blue.COOKIES.
: Mary ton, sugar-free refrigerator jam, nest, blue. CAKES: Glenda : YOUTH DIV.: Noel
Strayer, pickled beets, blue'; strawberry/pineapple, blue. PEAR: Mary Folsom, blue. Wheeler, pumpkin rake blue. Norton, chocolate mint, blue
Ramona Hughes! sweet pickled bell CLASS VII--JI< LLlES: CAKES, ICED (Not decorated): CANDY: Linda Tatum, blue;
pepper, red.CLASS BERRIES Marba Whittle, coconut refrigeratorcake George Reed, blue. YOUTH DIV.:
: Edna Sanders, blue.
blue; Pam Tyson,Confederate Heather Norton, blue.
IV--KKLISHES: GRAPES: Edna Sanders, blue; gingerbread, red; Camille PIES: Edna Norton, diabetic
Mary Strayer, blue; Ramona BAKED PRODUCTS Whitaker, red.
,
FRUIT : strawberry delight banana cake. blue.
: Lynda Sullivan, hot pear Hughes, red.VEGETABLES.
YOUTH DIV.: Tancle Hutchins rib-
relish, blue.VEGETABLES.
: Ramona Hughes, QUICK BREADS: YOUTH DIVI- bon layer cake blue.
: Mary Folsom, pepper/plum jelly, green.STRAWBERRIES SION: Mark King, red. CAKES DECORATED: Ollie Mae MOST UNUSUAL USE OF
squash relish, blue; Joy Faulkner, : Mary Strayer, SPECIALTY BREADS: Joy STRAWBERRIES IN BAKED PRO
bell pepper relish, blue; Mary blue; Ramona Hughes, green, Faulkner, blue. Cannon, butterfly cake, blue. DUCT (with recipe): Edna Norton,
Strayer, cabbage relish, red. MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor- YEAST BREADS & ROLLS: Jan CAKES CUT OUT: Ollie Mae strawberry knspies, red; Lynda
ton, apple jelly, blue; Ramona Norton, blue; Joy Faulkner, blue. Cannon, strawberries, red.. YOUTH. Sullivan, strawberry coffeecake
CLASS V-PKESERVES: Hughes, rosemary jelly, green. PI AIM f'AW"Ji'QTn.. 'nn"'. Mln- DIV : Tonv AM" T-* red.
PEARS: Edna Norton, red. PLUM: Ramona Hughes, green.
STRAWBERRIES: Edna Norton,
blue.MISCELLANEOUS CLASS VIII--JU1CKS:
: Edna Nor TOMATO: Joy Faulkner, red.
ton, apple preserves, blue.
CLASS IX-IIONEY &
CLASS IV--JAMS & MARMALADES -
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SYRUPS, PLAIN: John Ford, -
FIGS: Mary Strayer, blue. .... ...._ blue. On a .
GRAPE: Edna Norton, blue. sunny summer day the heat of the sun on one acre of pond can equal the energy of 4,500 horsepowerPerfect
STRAWBERRIES: Camille Marba Whittlefrom CLASS XI--SAUCES:
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Benjl( Bennett, wreath blue ribbon. Junior Division holder, whIt. ribbon JLI
Dal. Pendorrls Christmas tree ornament Flowering House Plants: Jason Poster Craft: Charmln Wiggins, partsof : I.r; TJLij.fij l J 3
blue ribbon. Lori Mosley, ornaments Howard, African violet, blu. ribbon. a pig white ribbon. Lori Mosley' ,mild
blu. ribbon. Amanda Manning Exhibit of Merit: David Starling, poster, red ribbon. Amanda MannIng. .
ornaments, blue ribbon. St.phanl. strawberries (fr..h),whit ribbon. Danny 4-H poster white ribbon.
Sailers, brald.d wreath blu. ribbon. Colemon strawberries (fresh), rd Wood Working: Dana Reddish, "'
Holly Sapp Christmas tree ornament((2)). ribbon. Dal. Pendarvls, strawbrrls wooden elephant, whit. ribbon. Dlanne
blu. ribbon. Carrie Sapp Christmas (fresh), whit. ribbon.Miscellaneous Newham wooden elephant, whit. rib -
tree ornam.nt ((2)), blu. ribbon. bon. Dol. Pendarvli, wooden sign
Fram.d Picture (any media) J.remy Project: "Keep Out", red ribbon. Adrian Alexander \ \
Hlldebrand cat with red and whit. Senior Division: wooden .I.phant whit. ribbon. -
from, blu. ribbon. B.nll| Bennett, dog Poster Craft Lisa Mosley Hog and Paul Moody, dog mark.r, blue ribbon. r \
picture blue ribbon, Ham poster, whit. ribbon. Randy Taylor wood.n elepliant blu. I
String Art: Dole Pendarvls, purpl.strIng Wood Working: KIm Molfero, wood.n ribbon. Jason L... wooden lphant
art cross lephant, whit ribbon. Jeffery Adams, red ribbon. Bo Johns,wooden elephant, Y
Decoupage: J.r.my Hlld.brand, 3 wood.n lephants, whit. ribbon. Kim whit. ribbon. _- --
mul. d..r(oval), r.d ribbon. Benl| Bennett Adams, wooden elephants, whit rib Eggs: Leslie Folsom, gr..n ggs, r.d
d..r picture, r.d ribbon. bon. Lamont Adams, wooden elephant ribbon.
Candles: Dale Pendarvls, snowman whit. ribbon. Project of Merit: Jeremy Hlldebrand '- -
candl., r.d ribbon. Project of Merit: Amy Black, pink rabbit metal punch blu. ribbon. Kevin Kirby
Ceramics: David Starling, ceramics r.d ribbon. Trlclo Bath, cov.r.d ship, Best Blue Ribbon. Darlene Seal, : '
monk.y, whit. ribbon. A.hl.y photo album blu. ribbon. Lamont round wood 2 raccoons, blue ribbon. __ III
Burkhalter earring box, r.d ribbon. Adams, bailee of baiset hounds, blu. Chris Ba'h, covred photo album blu. 1
Embroidered Articles Chris Bath, embroidered ribbon John Relchert, 4-H book ends, ribbon. Dal. Pendarrli, bead alligator, 2
bear, blu. ribbon. whit ribbon. Tommy Bakcom: 4-H whit. ribbon. Randy Taylor 4-H bookends :-s: t
Quilts-Machin.Stitched:Candle Norman book ends, whit ribbon. whit. ribbon. Carrie Sapp pum t )
blu. machine quilt blu. ribbon. Junior Division: pkin face, whit ribbon. Mark King 4-H
I Rugs-Hooked Braided, .tc.: Chris Pot Holders: Dal. Pendarvli. pot book ends, rd ribbon. _
i Bath strawberry shortcak.blue ribbon. .._ ... .. \
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Appointments Jer.myI :

i I Hlldebrand Benjl Bennett napkin napkin hold.r holder, blu., blu.ribbon.rib > .Ji JO ANN'SA Transportation from Your
bon. Jason Howard gr..n coasters,red IP'
ribbon. Speciality Gift Shop :

Hlldebrand Drawings gr..n, Paintings semi-truck drawing J.r.my, J Spring is Bursting out all over at ** No. 1 Ford Dealer Terwillegar Motors

red ribbon. Darl.n. Seal, pickle draw. aim's... Beautiful new baskets, wooden tulips and butter ,
r.d ribbon. Dole Pendarrls, GoBot
ing painting, white ribbon. Ashley i flies, hand thrown pottery, pillows, babys breath eucalyptus. :SAVE.SAVE' ;SAVE :SAVE, ;SAVE, :SIif:
Burkhalter 4-wheeler, r.d ribbon. Many lovely accessories for your home. Let us help you .
:, gotor Count.d pillow Cross, blu.Stitch ribbon.: Amanda Loper :T "summerize" your home! i 1986 Aerostar Window Van
HOURS: 10-5:30 South 301
: M-F Plaza
Exhibit of Merit Hildebrand
: J.r.my
I clothes hamper blu. ribbon. Anita 10.4 Sat. ((904)9648547TouAnn's ) J Auto. Trans., V-6 Engine
Black knife holder (dough art), r.d rib *****************************************.******. ******
bon. Charmln Wiggins, dough art (pink Air Cond., Swing Lok Mirrors, Dual Bucket
and white bear), white rlbb.om.Kathy,.' "' (
Harris magnetic coup:., blue ribbon. : Azalea & Blueberry, Farm Seats
Dorian Seo, round wood (owl), whit ,
Located off 100 South towards take<< right on
Keystorte
ribbon. W.Moody, dough art and ;
gray
purpl., whit. ribbon. Benjl Bennett, 24th Street, follow signs or r Elec. AM-FM Stereo $1 0 7 9 5
cloth. hamper, blue ribbon. Dol. Pen Call 964-7109 &. We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30: Retail 3,495
dams, football field,white ribbon. Hole ,
ly Sapp brown bear,white ribbon. Carrie SPRING IS FOR PLANTINGCome _
I Sopp whit. bear, r.d ribbon, (SAVE' ;SAVE > !SAVE : [SAVE "SAVE:' .- "SA'J';
visit our Craft Shop featuring Cypress CIo..Ks, Floral Arrangements "

Horticulture Pierce & Cut Lamp Shades and many more hand

S.nlo'Dlvlllon: made crafts. Something for Everyone Don't forget It's the 1986 Flairside [I i i1 1986 F-150

Cactus and Succulents: Tommy time for planting.And TRUCKS
Balkcom. cactus, red ribbon. ((4x4)) l ((4x2))
Stefanle Remember. 'All Nature Sings of Jesus'i TfM
blooms
Cut Flowers ((3 ): King
nr
red roses, r.d ribbon.Horticulture. 302 E.F.I. auto. 0/Drive/ n 133" W.B., 302 E.F.I.,

trans., limited slip axle, iA auto. 0/Drive/ air cond.,

from page I tach, ele. cass., air cond., 4 \4'4i! P235 tires, knit seat, sport

Roberts, Jr., blue.MISCELLANEOUS. argent wheels, XL trim. -, wheel covers.

blue. CORRECTIONAL: Dale: LCI Fields blue;, Retail *16,495 I 9' .9 /0 \ Retail 3,495

Doug Ashley, blue. 4
HANGING BASKETS: Andrea $13,495 FORD f $
Knauth, red. FIN ANCE 10,695'SAVE

CLASS VI: MISCELLANEOUS /lUSED \

TOPIARY: CORRECTIONAL: A iE =

LCI DISH blue GARDENS; ICR: one: red Mary, two Mayben blue. lAVE !' $$$ UNITS $SS SAVE --. ,SA\i, :

blue.

FLA.TWIN THEATRE 85 Lincoln Town Cara14,9 95 84 F250 Supercab

Starke 964-3451 I I I 'I I IT ((2)) . . . ((414)) Diesel XLT, Sharp 12,495,

Open Every Night 85 Ford Escort $5,495 84 Chev C10

. . $7 995
4 Dr., Auto A/C/ Auto., Air, STB, flats . ,
$2.0O SPECIAL Browner Microwave 85 Mustang $6 295 84 Jeep Wagoneer

Sat.Tuesday A Sun.7:30 5:00 Showing Showing e Browning element browns 0 3 Dr., luto, A/C/ . . "Limited"( Leather84F1504x4 . . $7,295
and crisps 0 85 Mercury Topaz $
e Defrost cycleAutomatic
STARTS FRIDAY . . 6,495 $7,295
temperature probe 4 Dr., Auto, A/C/ .0. S.W.B., 300 six cyl., 4 tp A/C/ .
x 85 F150 ((4x4)) Lariat 83 Ranger L.W.B.

$28 v TAFPAJl Wtfr? . 13,495 V-6, Auto., A/C, SI8, 29,000 ml $6,395
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CR1TT6R Even less with trade 85Club'w g 83 MazdaPU
| 9I OR $2 695
Admiral Wi\J\ (116 passel), dual, JUC, loaded I fcJfJ Jf Bucket Seats . . . ,
Home Appliances 85 Lariat PUii7"w.B.Lo $ ) 82 Ford F250

SCREEN 2 24 cu. ft. Slde.by.SldeREFRIGERATOR 495 . $3,995
d,d . . Pickup, Work Truck
( 85 XL'PO 81 F150 L.W.B.

pretty in Dink =] a of Makes ice daily up to 12 Ibs 17"W8, 302 Auto, A/C/ $0,9 9 5 302 V-8, Auto., A/C . . $3,995

Ice and chilled water 85 Ford Ranger 78 Jeep

IO through the door Automitio, LW.8 . . $5,295 (4i4)( ) . .: . . $2,695
Ml- MOLLYRINGWALD Ice cream maker
84 Ford Crown Victoria 7 9 95 75 : $2,995
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$200 .International. HOH
OFF 4 Dr., Auto., A/C/ ,

301 DRIVE-IN Even less with trade 84 Tubo T-Bird $8 895 74 Dodge $1 995

Loaded .. .. .. . . Motor Home . . ,
Starke 964.7484 . .
FrI.. Sat. Sun.. I I I I / I I I' 'SAVE :SAVE :SAVE :SAVE ,SAVE oS :

WAITING TIME IS OVER. SaH & 4't 'U'id Saab
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Starke Boy HurtIn Thompson's Sentence Fe Community Corectional Centerin

Car-Bike Accident Reduced By CourtAn released Gainesville in approximately, Thompson two could years be

Eleven-year-old John Bozeman of order modifying judgementand with day for day good/gain time.
Orange Street In Starkc received injuries sentence of Johnny Blaine
after his bike was! hit by a cur Thompson has been recorded in the Bradford Criminal-
early Monday evening. Bradford County Court records.
Bozeman was taken by Rescue to Thompson was re-sentenced General CourtThe
Bradford Hospital where he was January 23, 19116 to 4V"? years in the
treated for u Iractured scapula and Department of Corrections follow defendants appeared
multiple abrasions, according to Judge John J Crews amended the before Judge George H. Pierce
Paramedics Clill'Chapman and Bill sentence in chambers without the March 18 to receive final disposition
O'Neal. defendant being present. CUSTOMERS !
I Bozeman riding a bicycle was Thompson's order probation was Linda Elaine Austin plea no con-
lest
eastbound on Francis Street also dissolved. driving while intoxicated; fined
:19 p.m lie tailed to stop API'il7at6 Thompson was sentenced January $362, license suspended six months,
lop sign and was struck by a vehicle 25,19115 to 19 years DOC with a possible 50 hours community work under
which was southbound on OrangeSt. release utter seven years with a Salvation Army supervision, must
., according to Patrolman John,' $50,000 fine to be paid over the next attend DWI school.
Hodges. Bozeman was caught by the 12 years while on probation. Austin withdrew her plea of not
undercarriage of the car and drug 76 Thompson plea guilty to conspiracy guilty to improper tag and was REDEEM YOUR FILLEDRAWSON'S
feel, said I lodges to Irallick in a controlled ordered to pay $25 costs
I Driver 01' (lie l'J7H Dodge, Angela subslance-coc line following his arrest Sal| Utlas charged with battery;
Sysskind, was (raveling approximately ) Nov. 4, 1984. case was dismissed by the slate at "STAMP SAVER"
25 mph She was not cited in Currently serving lime in Santa torney.TERWILLEGAR.
I the accident.

Keystone Man MOTORS CERTIFICATES AT ANYHERE'S .

Escapes Injury .

I When A Keystone His Heights Plane man Flips escapedinjury PRESENTS DAILY MILLERS SUPERMARKET!! va,

II when his single-engine plane
overturned Wednesday on a runway .
near Ncwberry, according to I,

Alachua Hartley. County Deputy Robert ....Car Rentals-- :. ...

Michael Cum, 27, told the deputy
I he was taxing utter landing his ----- J.: 10 Escorts toO ;.\....'
I single-engine Cessna Commuter 150 .
I on a private airstrip near Ncwberywhen 9 Selcot from
the landing gear collapsed, HOW IT WORKS. >
I the t
flipping airplane. The plane was
traveling at 2.3 mph when the
mishap occurred. Per Day Bring Your Filled Rawson's"STAMP i
Cam was not injured in the accident -
I ,: said Deputy Bartley. Cam SAVER" Certificates
estimated! damage to the plane at To Any
I about $:>UO, according to the report\

: Warrants Issued Millers Supermarket and Redeem It For j,

': For GuardsmenPretrial A' "SHOPPERS CASH" Item Of Your Choice .

detention warrants have
been issued by the Florida National At The Advertised
Price !
Guard for lour guardsmen who Tail Special
1 ed to appear for annual training
I Detained was William Richard We Also Have the All New Aerostar --- ---------
I Alvarez and Betty Jean Hudson,
both of the 631st Maintenance Com-
Vans in Rental Service
;: r-
pany in Starke, according to the (
Bradford County Shenll's Office I \Np1T11.i (11,11'
Two other warrants have been mail- NO, 101 it I 'J NOKStYjN 103 \ ($ N 'J NO. 103'
ed to sheriff's for oul-ol-town guard- TERWILLEGAR
smen. -
Under a state law the sheriff has t'H MOTORS w"ARMOI k ISfAR b 'I 1% LOW FAT SAVE
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