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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 17, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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W4Jt/ noting Santa Fe Pass Developers Told I







Poppy How many Day.Americans.. really To Move Fill) Restore Wetlands '

understand what "Poppy Day" is ,

all about? J'klw'r'e cleared Tuesday lor The Alachua County Commission
Hill Satisfied... argued that thr Hood stage of Santa
As Memorial Day approaches! the settlement ol the long-pending unanimously) accepted its staff's Fe Lake lasted less than two months
Harold Hill leader
of the
Ladies Auxiliary of American controversy over development in the recommendation for removal of eight- which
annually, was not sufficient to
Legion Post 56 will make known wetlands ol Santa Fe Pass, just illegally-placed] till in the area, and year fight waged by the Santa Fe qualify the disputed area as
Dwellers
some interesting facts about Poppy north of Earleton Beach on Santa Fe restoration of the wetlands to their Lake Association againstthe wetlands suitable for fish! spawning J
Day. and what it signifies to all Lake natural statepayments multi-million satisfaction dollar with project the ,out-expressed grounds. According to his calcula- .
Americans:
tion, the area under discussionwould
come, and will meet at an "
How did the poppy become the ,
three
m'moriallower\ of the American unspecified date with the Commission's produce "only one- .
fish ..
pound per acre, per year" He
Development Review Boardto
Legion and the Legion Auxiliary? It also questioned the effectiveness oi _'
was because in the Spring of 1944 work out the method for fill
restoration efforts in the wetlands ..
removal and wetlands
amidst complete devastation of battle restoration,
"You'd -:
have
saying, to remove all ,
as well as revised plans for the
the poppies bloomed in abundance the trees to remove t the fill."
] on the battlefields of France, residential development of uplandsarea
here so many Americans had of the Pass for later approvalby Commissioner Jim Notestein 4
fallen in battle, hence the poppy the Commission. reminded Dr. Knight that the fill "e1.
was chosen as a reminder of the Attorney Issues Threat... "could be removed with shovels" If ,
sacrifices our men made. bulldozers would endanger the trees.
Look for more facts next week. Frank Matthews, Tallahassee attorney Knight also estimated it would take 'III.
for Pass developer Larry "30 to 50" years to restore the Grief Therapist... C Cheshire, said in a pre-hearing wetlands. Knight declared that
ar statement that even if the Commission almost
I every private gropertyonthe! f
Dr. Sally Peterson Karioth, a n.i- adopted the staff recommendations lake had been tilled in at one time or
lionally known Brief therapist t will ;, t his client would ignore them, another, and suggested that this till
be speaking al the Union County p and if the county pursues its obstructive should also] be removed il it had been
High School Auditorium on Lake course, a lawsuit could follow done without permits. He estimatedthat
Avenue on the topic ol "Living Lilt'to Cheshire could not be reached for a 65 percent ol the Santa Fe

Its Fullest" on Tuesday April % spy, r im h e statement following Tuesday's shoreline had already been alteredby
22, at 7 p.m. meeting. fill operations.
No admission i will be charged and
The staff was
15-page report
!Matthews declared that there was '
h.ib.vsilling for children 6 and presented to the Commission by
"nothing mote illegal on this project !II
under will be provided. The eventis ;
titt1M II Alachua Administrator Bob Fernandez "
than other in Al.ichua
being sponsored by the schools'hl'ms a. any County '
ha haa listing six reasons for the and charged that the! Commission '
of both Bradlord and
r negative conclusions on the en- had taken no enforcement action
Union Counties. Everyone is invited (
vironmentally sensitive project that under its ordinances in the p.isl.!
to attend. Kx'r has been vigorously opposed by
practically all Santa Fe Lake properly
In Honor Of... owners. Rules Violated..? 'i
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1 CA z to :.
Santa Fe Lake Dweller Sandra
A retirement dinner in honor of Flaws in the proposed develop
Fisher suggested that the entire SF'
Parole Commissioner
SupervisorJim t tv ment as outlined by the Review
Bloodworth is set May 2 at the Board were: Pass PUD (planned unit development
a i
Starke Golf and Country Club ) should be nullified "becausethe !
... developers have violated every!
To attend, make reservations by ;
calling Judy or Jeff at 964-8110 by requirement specil led in the original
. Friday April 21stBloodworm x t No Illegal Moves...? plan." She pointed to the developers'
" ] is retiring April 30 .i Attorney Matthews accused the promise to "preserve! the wooded (
after 29's' years with the Parole board and its Review Committee of character ol (lie areit"/ and charged! ,
Commission. "McCarthism" tactics, insistingthat they would alter the appearance ol
the Pass developers had not the property from one ol cypress: and

Free Blood Check... acted illegally when they filled in other hardwoods to a "parklike"
4 portions of the wetlands with 5,018 development. ,I"
A free blood pressure check will tt'.4'. ,, cubic yards of dirt in 197879. He accused The original plans lor the development
be given the first Tuesday of every + the staff of seeking "to recom- included restaurant, 50 rental
month from 1.4 p,m. in the libraryat mend its pre-determined opinions"on cottages, a marina, artificial
Bradford Hospital.Preschool the matter. beach, docks, and boat I storage
Hill insisted that state regulationsand facilities, all to be constructed in the

Screening... t 3 'rit county ordinances required permits wetlands: area '

A preschool screening for vision, to be obtained for filling in The Alachua stalf report was bas
wetlands at the time the SF'
hearing, !'peccli/language: and areas ed on findings Irom five state and
developmental: measures will be Pass work was started. federal environmental agencies, including
conducted by the Bradford County Area Not Wetlands...? the Florida Game and FreshWater !
Exceptional Student Education Matthews introduced Dr. Robert Commission and the Suwannee -
Program and Florida Diagnosticand River Water Management
Knight, of a Gainesville environmental
and Resources
Learning engineering firm, who district.
System this April 23-25 for children
aged 25.
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The screening is to take place at
the Bradford-Union Area Voca Fair Was Success
tional Technical Center, 609 North I
Orange Street, Building 3, Room 2,
Starke. For more detailed Information 'ro


and For ask stop appointments for by Mary.Upcoming.the main phone office.964-6800, '4 r ij ikd" Says Manager Cooney"It I


t, FY I.a was a success, in all ways," cessful because or the volunteers! ,
: ... .4 w. says General Manager Mike Cooneyof and cooperation from the city, county
the 36th annual Bradford County and Lawtey Correctional Institution : -
i An AARP organization meetingis Fair which ended its 5-day run says Fair Manager Cooney.
set at 1 p.m. today (Thursday, Saturday night. The line-up of entertainment
.... April 17) in the Senior Citizen With nearly 20,000 paid attendance seemed to be enjoyed by the
;: Center West of the new courthouse. P Y plus the passes purchased and fairgoers, says Cooney. Grand Ole
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'. All seniors are urged to attend T Ye4' n1k:1; d issued to exhibitors, the total Opry Star Billy Walker attracted he-
w. The Bradford County Historical estimated attendance would be approximately largest crowd of the week, with 200
.? Society will meet tonight (Thurs 25,000. to 300 persons standing lor his per

" : day, April 17) at 7:30: p.m in the Commissioner Conner Liked Fair. Bills are still being paid, but it appears formances.The .
,. Doyle
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SFCC Starke Center conference the Fair Association will River City Cloggers and Two-
room. Program topic: Fort realize a profit, which will be used to Steppers from Jacksonville who per I
HarlleeBradford County's Indian Florida Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner, a nor is shown above with Lori Mosley und her pig. Alright improve the fairgrounds and for formed Tuesday and Saturday ,
War fort. New members welcome! Bradford native, flew into the Keystone Heights air is James Balkcom, president of the Swine general maintenance. nights were a big hit, and have been
/ The Bradford school board is port Saturday afternoon, April 12, and leisurely toured Association.All There were no injuries or ac requested by fairgoers to return, I
.
.. scheduled to meet 7 p.m. Monday, the 36th annual Bradford County Fair. in all. Do] le Conner said the Bradford Fair compares cidents. One lady passed out, but says Cooney.
, April 21, in regular session. Stopping to shake hands and chat with every booth fa'OI'ablylth others around the state. that was not due to the fair but to the Saturday night's rain made it
> The April mixer of the Starke- operator present Commissioner Conner renewed some For more on the fair, see the K-Scction in this edition lady's condition, and she seems to be necessary to close down the rides :
? Bradford Chamber of Commerce is local friendships, met some new people. Conner stop- of The Telegraph. recovering. about 11 p.m. for everyone's salety. i
f1 set 5:30-7: p.m. Tuesday, April 22, ped to visit with Plata Joe, who he knew from other Two Union County boys, Curtis Cljatt and Phillip Quality of the exhibits was main But there was "fail" weather! until
to and is sponsored by Chastain's fairs, and ate a slice of Joe's pi/za. Prilchelt, had the the top steers in the show tained compared to years past. All Saturday night. Biggest! crowd was
i ./ Jewelry and Gift Gallery and The The commissioner, who grew up on a farm in the central Sabrina Starling, Bradford 4-11 member, showed the the fair booths were filled either by Friday night when the midway was
Office Shop, adjacent to each otheron part of the county, toured the new $loOno( pig pens, grand champion pig Union FFA Member Pam Griffis educational, non-profit or commercial packed.
Call Street.A which he pronunced lops, and looked at the steers. Con- showed the USI'rChaml>ion hog. exhibits.
business luncheon and It was all made possible and suc CSt'(- Fair..I',2\1
seminar is set April 24 by the
I" Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com

Topics are "Who Needs a

will Will merce.Incorporate be and discussed Why"and and Why"by"Who Circuit. Both Needs Judge topics to City Could Cut Costs by $250,000 On Bond Issue I


R.A. Green Jr. The seminar- -

luncheon, set at noon at the Eying a $250,000 saving by refinan- years, City Clerk Neil Tucker has have reduced the prin city could spent up to $50,000 in Interest ('' arc two percent-plus I
Western Steer, is open to all cing a 1983 bond issue at a lower interest been thinking of refinancing the cipal. refinancing cost if the proposed bond lower, and will make I he refinancing
Chamber members and prospective rate, Starke commissioners issue, meaning to sell a new issue at Tucker had financial advisor Bill sale goes through in insurance, a viable! proposition, Johnson told city -
Chamber members decided Tuesday night, April 15, to least two percent lower interest and Johnson, the city's fiscal agent on marketing, printing and legal lees. commissioners in answer to ques'
Anyone interested in forming a risk $2,500 to see of they can carry use the proceeds to buy the outstan- the '83 issue, to address the city com A bond attorney has given Johnson a tions.!
local chapter of the American Red off the refunding project. ding 9.25lercent bonds, resulting in mission on the refinancing idea price of $12,500 if the bonds are Commission Chairman Charles
Cross is invited to an organizational The 1983 bond issue carries a 9.25 a net saving of $250,000 to $300,000. Tuesday night. floated. If the issue cannot be sold Schaefer asked what is the t hot lorn:
meeting at 6 p.m. next percent ;nterest rate. Since interest The '83 issue is now less than $2.9 Johnson, of the firm of Fischer the fee would be $2,500, which is the Cit '...I'\I:
Thursday, April 24, in the Starke city rates have fallen in the past two million because three years of Johnson of St.Petersburg, said the money the city will risking, 11"1' ) 1
hall. For more information call 1I
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Dan Cuddington, 964-6911.

p.m.meet The Monday at Bradford Bradford, April school High 28, School in board anotherof will at 7 No Big Shift Made in School Administration AppointmentsThe I I


its pre-budget planning and reappomtment of 25 Bradford assistant principal. and the enrollment ot some 870 The school superintendent is. required Charles "Francis dnevtor! ol Mu-
workshop sessions, school administrators was approvedwith Supt. Jim Duncan said Monday students, is considered the second by Florida law to submit dent services.
The Bradf rd school board will little discussion Monday night, night that the middle school prin- most demanding, the high school job nominations for principals and other Burney Winklvr, director( of
meet at the Vo-Tech Center at 7 April 14, by the school board cipalship vacancy will be advertisedand ranking above it, principalship in administrators not later than eight business.Michael, I
p.m. Tuesday, April 29, in a pre- meeting in special session at Lawtey applications will be accepted the school system considering the weeks prior to the end of post-school Reddish, director, ol I
budget planning and workshop ses Elementary.Two from administrators inside and from size of the school, the age and varied planning. In accordance with tin business.
vacancies exist at Bradford outside the Bradford school system. mental maturity of the students law, Supt.\ Jim Duncan submittedthe Lenn.ird Register, director of
sions.Tht regular meeting of the Middle School where Principal Putting a priority on stability of Supt. Duncan says the BMS principal following nominations! lo flu operations
Bradford zoning board is set at 7 Charles Hall has submitted his each school, Supt. Duncan says he must be mature enough to han school board Monday night: Myrna Lou I llurse, coordinator ol
p.m. Tuesday. Api il 29. in the city resigation effective at the end of the does not intend to move a principal die the problems and young enoughto instructional support.
commission meeting room in the school term, and the current BMS from a school unless an ad- take the pressure of the job, including District Office... Carl Clark, coordinator of exceptional -
Starke city hall. The Board of Ad- dean of students, Mike Hartley Is ministrator requests to be moved. discipline and the academic Dewey McKinney, assistant programs
yusut..'tit meet: al 7.30 p.m. moving! to Starke Elementary as The middle school, with grades 6.8 program. superintendent of stiu'eiil services, (See ScllOOl..l: .\)



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Brooker .Hires New Marshal and AssistantDoing


1 1i some fancy negotiating, the Councilman Carl Edwards made a bond would have to be in place,priorto 'American Home Week"and requested
Brooker city council hired both a motion to approve the mayor's appointment employment. Davis made a mo- and got the town council's
'p r L new marshal and an assistant Tues of Raulerson. Councilman tion to authorize clerk to procure In- approval.
i day night, April 15 Adams seconded and the motion surance and bond, and put him to
The town has been without a mar carried unanimously. work as soon as possible. Edwards Community Service...
r shal for the past several months made the second and the motion car- Adams reported that he had seen
since Darrell Williams resigned to New Marshal-To-Be.... ried. juveniles cutting brush along the
become Starke policeman. Former Council Chairman CJ Stalnaker road, within the city limits, and had
Marshal Tommy Raulerson was introduced Bob Holder, a former Monday Meeting Set... stopped to talk to them. He was
made acting marshal and Bob Florida Highway Patrolman who Blinn recommended to the board told that they were "working for the
Holder, a retired Florida Highway lives in Starke and works for the Air that residency requirements for city" Adams was unaware of their
Patrolman who lives in Starke, I iS the National Guard, as a candidate for both the clerk and marshal be being hired,and ask for informal inn.
'k 7 4TM ..tir' new assistant to Raulerson.The town marshal, but since it is an elec- deleted from the charter,and handle Clerk Robinson said that an HRS
li council also declared its intention tive position, Stalnaker suggestedthat the employment of these two posi- Supervisor had told her that a
to eliminate the requirement in Holder be hired by the councilas tions by ordinance. Following a juvenile was to do 50 hours of community
the city charter that the marshal an assistant to Raulerson, giving discussion in which agreement eluded work, and was advised to
and clerk be residents of the town. the town additional hours of police the board, the chairman called a discuss the matter with two of the
protection. Blinn suggested that special board meeting for Monday council members. Council membershad
Unanimous Choice... Holder should be under the supervi- night, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. to further not been advised, and were con
Former Marshal Tommy Raulerson sion of R&ulerson, the acting marshal discuss the proposal. cerned about juveniles working
J said"I can answer that. If one without supervision.They instructedthe
member votes against me, that'sit. Councilwoman Sue Davis made a Home Week.., clerk to contact the Departmentof
( ." This remark was made in motion. to hire Holder to work under Lee Hardenbrook presented a proclamation Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
a4 tI fho "" ""\'Iqin" nr '
response to a question by Coun- Rwiilcrinn The declaring next week to be vices
cilman A.B. Adams, who asked motion was seconded by Edwards,
"How many council members can and carried. Adams' motion to pay
block an appointment by the each officer $200 per month was c-
Mayor?" seconded by Edwards and carried.It : =;(S
Linda Robinson had just read a was pointed out by Clerk Robin-
letter by Mayor Blake Hamilton appointing son that sufficient funds were U LI WHEN YOUR U
Kaulcrson, a former mar- budgeted to cover the expenditure. I
shal until he moved out of town Robinson asked about insurance and j
about eight months ago, to the posi- bonding for Holder, and was In-
I tion of special agent on a temporary structed to secure both in the same t COOLING
basis, to act as town marshal pro amount as on Raulerson *
tern Attorney Roger Blinn remarked -
that Mayor Hamilton had acted City Limits Lost...
within his authority, under the Raulerson asked "where are the 0
charter, but that the council should city limits," stating that the signs CONKSCALL

.._ ... .. r ...."" :II' ralily the action of the mayor and were down, and traffic violators (
confirm the appointment. This action often used this as an excuse in protesting
is required because the Mayor a ticket. / US!
\\'ends''s'.Vins Improvement Award... may make the appointment, but can Blinn said there is a real need to \
not bind the council for funding the research and determine the locationof
\\ "III"| '- ;Miii.irr: ; Iicks Smith accepts the Bradford Improvementvv.ml.
position. Following some discussion, the city limits and
\ '|sioiisiirril 1 li\ |the S.uk,'-l-i>ilf<'iil ('on nty Chjnibcr of ('ous- in which it was emphasized that cordingly.A post signs ac- We Service
'nii 11 I', limn \\\mls ('nmmilli'e ('hail'lll\lII Snsiin Faulkner
Raulerson, who lives in Ocala, motion by Adams and seconded
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\ lieu nl''s>>'iI l-i in> front iiiul LimNi'iipm was added it Winds uhlchvv.i doesn't M
meet residency requirements by Edwards was passed to
-. cilcd for interior and eAleiior Iml.ro\,'11I".1"aty | purchase All
| for the town marshal, he two city limit signs. ( Makes .
was not appointed to that position, Raulerson raised the question of i
but that of a special agent.at equipment and uniforms for Holder, I 1 .
and
stating that it would require approx- Sell Carrier
imately $300 to provide the | for
Replacement 11II
necessary items. Edwards' motion, or ..
_(from page IA) seconded by Davis, to approve pur- c New Installations.
chases not to exceed $350 for Holder 2
carried.The board specified that the f
.i' ItthecanunfssfondccidcslogotII" anoWbl' to Silcox's question, is that least Sept. 1.Commissioner. uniform should be blue trousers witha I 0
," The $2.500( lor the bond at- it the issue were ready to be sold Bobby Biggs ask- white shirt. I. Hayes Electric &
"'I" IK'\, replied Johnson. now, Johnson would delay for improved ed, how far do interest rates have to The question was raised as to
I (ininuvsioiu'r: Jimmy Crosby! ask- market conditions drop to make the refinancing when Holder would start work. It
d! II there a risk factor hidden ",.unless we jump oil into some pratical? The market has moved was pointed out that insurance and f\ Air
II" ,,111'1'1'"' :No; said Johnson. The war," Johnson sees nothing in the plenty, a full two percent, betweennow Conditioning
'. inn would he the entire risk near future to greatly upset the current and with issued in 1983,Johnson
I cinimisMoner" : Vernon Silcox ask- market. said. Johnson said he is using a 7.2
I .;i he market "right" now? ]No'; Silcox asked, should the city start percent figure on his refinancing F airfrom U.S. 301 N. ((355 N. Temple) Starke
.,nl Johnson The market side is now to ready the refinancing issue projections. ( page IA). (
,;ii I. .I i lull iwo percent bl'l\l'l'lhan for' sale? Yes, said Johnson. He is
I' > Hut investment side is not lamil.ir with current bond issue sale Commissioner Vernon Silcox ask The cattlemen and swine associations CRAFTSMENIN
=
""I 1 iiu'.ining Ihat In law, interest rules in effect now, there will be new ed if bond trustees or commissionershad have said they will discuss the r I'L ,
r"' MI I d on the proceeds: ol reluiulmg rules! and nobody knows what they any further questions about the number of animals for the 1987 fair.
.1 mil? i'veed the net interest cost, will be, if the proposed U.S. tax code commission investing the $2,500? Bid prices tumbled under this year's COMFORT
'I I I.I I i- She cost! paid out plus the bill is passed. That "window," as "I think it's worth the gamble," record number of 50 steers and 90
"-' ni I issuing new' bonds. So, the Johnson called it, will be open until said Bond Trustee Warren Winkler hogs. For instance, the grand cham-
PRODUCTS
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pion hog brought $3 per pound at bid
this year, compared to $6.25 per
pound in 1985.Commissioner. w
I School -(from page 11't' Doyle Conner flew PHONE
iff to Keystone Heights airport and .

Dolores: Morgan, coordinator of Rick Ezzell, assistant principal. William McRae, princpaf, walked through the fair Saturday I b 964-8744 '' '
loud service Dean of students, vacant (10 Brooker Elementary School afternoon. Conner, who visits mostof

Si 1"\4' :Miller, coordinator of data'Acct month position). Mary Anne Kyle, principal, the the state fairs, was and favorably expositions impressed around
k IOn and computer services. Hampton Elementary School. co _
by the booth exhibits and the quality
School Le\el... Vo-Tech Center... Robert Paterson III, principal, of animals in his native county.
Lawtey Elementary School.
Millard Brown, director of vocational -
\lhert Kother. principal, Bradford technical, adult and community Jesse J. Moore, principal, I
Hit;)' "il!. education. Southside Elementary School.
Inlin /\i mur Reddish, assistant David Smith, assistant director of Eugenia Whitehead, assistant
IM im'ip.tl, Bradford High School. vocational, technical, adult and principal, Southside Elementary
Paula Steele, assistant principal, community education. Schoo
Hi ullnrcl High School. Charles Thomas, coordinator of of Wayne McLeod, principal, Starke
.Jinv I Petrel, dean of students adult, evening, and community pro Elementary School. II'i
III !mcinth position), Bradford High gra ms. Mike Hartley, assistant principal,
s, h,,ml"Middle Starke Elementary School.
Supt.
Hank Greene, coordinator of vocational -
Duncan said Hartley is expected to y
programs.
School... complete his administration certification i gitt :
Pi' im'ip.il I. vacant Small Schools... by the end of this summer. '
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"Lawtey Elementary Is our school PP's are used now substitute
and we're as superintendent pointed out\ .A new stove and walk-in cooler
proud of it, Principal teachers, but the of
concept using The suggestion to switch the mid-
Buddv! Paterson told the school for the cafeteria. Paterson has been
certified teachers
is being increas- dle and high school sites
board several times Monday night ingly debated was made told he can use money left over from
April 14.Paterson. Using para-professionals to teachis years ago, and it still being con- the septic tank operation, some
thanked the school board templated $3.500, to build a large cooler The
for
settling second best said
City Vice-Chairman Hall said he
for all wants septic tank cost $8,500 and LE
it has done for LE, the latest Commissioner Willie can
item being an $8,500 drain bed to im- also unfair to the Strong It is schools input from the public on how the have the money Paterson saved
paraprofessionalwho should be organized and on from the $12,000 for the
the budgeted
prove septic system. The occa-
doesn't get paid for the work
moving the sixth graders. Hall said
i septic project, the board
sion was another pre-budget says
they're doing
pointed out Mrs. he's getting mixed signals on that
workshop meeting at a local school Nichols .
question.LE Instruction time for the aide who
by the school board Some 30per Why not transfer a teacher from
sons, including City Commissioners another school which has lost 'Want List'... rides the school bus with the han-
! WEDDING 14L Willie Strong and Laura Harris, attended students, asked dicapped kids. Now there is no time
parent
Kenny
including teachers, parents, Shuford Principal Paterson outlined abouta for that aide to receive instruction
Supt. Duncan said
and interested citizens. teachers once dozen needs LE has for the 1980-87 from the teacher, Paterson said
are assigned they are not school term:
I generally moved within a school
Volunteers Praised... Enrollment Music books. Music instructorsJim
year. fluctuates but
Student lockers. Grades 6 and 7 Peronto and Brownlee
Jimmy
Principal Paterson lauded the there is if Hcmpton
Elementary rotate classes! have home want
no base, to purchase a series of music
volunteers at LE three were being staffed
including on its currentenrollment.
., -"t '.. ,, .. ladies Loreen leave books anywhere they can. Los- programs for LE.
",, f'.!. ", : ;:. Wilkinson, ChristineLee BUS Principal Al books
"} is
jJ"
ing
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becoming
"sIJ a
'f V'JOO;" ,..?... : w ...... and Sylvia Tatum, who Paterson Kother said it isn't that easy to find said Paterson. major problem Curtains in Rooms 1-4, where the
J said work at'the school every where a teacher can be cut. For Instance -
sun shines in and
day. "I've had bunch like Rother said glares on the
never a a small school .A second phone line LE has blackboards.
I this," said Paterson of the might have
one kingergartner, 2 become
I so busy the one phone line
\ is
volunteers who help out teachers.Teacher lust graders, and 3 third gradersover
simply inadequate, Paterson Playground for
,
the limit says equipment
but lack the
numbers who said he without K 1.
l got along a se- grades -
\ Needed... in any one area to add or drop a cond line for so long because he

\ Paterson also pitched for a fourth teacher knows another line will mean more New instruments for the 62 band
sixth grade teacher, a unit the phone calls for him. members at LE. The money wouldbe
Moto
ItMS...
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-student! school came within 10 used to purchase large instruments -
students of earning for the current What about moving grades 6 and 7 Expansion of the parking lot, such as a tuba, which
term. Currently, an aide or para- to Bradford Middle School, asked which needs to be extended all the parents can't afford
\ professional instructs four periods a !Mrs Christine Lee. way to the ball field
I day under the supervision of teacher Nobody will be moved before next -A computer program for library
Carolyn Folsom Eula Nichols tall, Supt\ Duncan assured. The only Fencing for thye pre- book Inventory. LE was on the
brought up the problem Monday thing that may be done by next fall is kindergarten program school board computers, but lost
: : 74t; night, asking how much longer LE to build a new science laboratory for that capability when the new IBM
wIll have to put up with the situation. which the school district has received Science equipment. Brookcr Ele. System 36 replaced the only card
Paterson said the new Lawtey state funding. There is no room at has a portable science lab and LE punch IBM computers said'Media
apartment, nearly completed near (the middle school now, and since the would like one, Paterson said Center Director Dot Moore
the school, may give the school high school vocational classes are in
enough students to earn the teaching the vo-tech center there is less room -
unit. there said Duncan
4. ", o The school board does what it can
financially, said Supt. Jim Duncan, Task Force... 01 0
-- pointing out other less-than-ideal Moving 6th and 7th graders to the I
Bradford Florist Wins Award... teaching situations, such as first middle school has been talked aboutat itneM 14.
grade teachers at Southside three schools, said Vice-
;Norma; Dimii. owner of Bradford Florist on US-.llll: south of M.n'ke in the Elementary team-teaching 35 Chairman Rodney Hall, who the
building with Mosley The, was recipient of the Bradford l InipioxciiM'iit students in one room and 29 previous week suggested a task
Award I, sponsored bj the SlnkI5i',i IIIl'rt'I..I\lI'M. ()OIlIlI'I.'CI'I\'l.'slIw award Il'Iul1/\\\III'd Committee Chairman Hampton Elementary. should be
organized Supt. Duncan VideoStarke i
Susan FaulknerRepublican, "It s not a matter of me or the said the task! force will be discussedat Midnight

board not caring" said Supt. Dun- the Monday night, April 21, school
can Both realize the difficulty of board meeting
Caucus Set April 19A teaching with 30-35( students in a Duncan said a state survey teamin Plaza Next to Old Rawson's

room, Duncan said 1983 recommended moving all
caucus of the Bradford County Delegate applications must be A tremendous amount of money sixth and seventh graders to the LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP
Republican Party is set Saturday submitted to HolUendorf by today goes to salaries pointed out Duncan, middle school. The state has been
April 19, to select delegates to the (Thursday April 10)) Alternatestate's adding that in Bradford County the giving the district money all along to 2 FREE MOVIES
grass-roots convention set delegates may apply at the April 19 para-professionals are paid very build the sixth grade program. But $14 I 95 WITH APPLICATION
June 13-15 in Orlando meeting. well ranking 7th in the state. The not everybody wants that move, the tRENT
3 MOVIES GET 4th FREE


I BHS Tracksters to Host District Meet April 24 I Monday MATINEE- Thursday Favorite Reserve Movie Your


((9am.5pm) 99 And A VCR!!
Bradford High will host the Class petition. 440 relay team is Wesley Johnson, Cohens, and Adams also has a
3A District 5 Track Meet next Thursday The same time schedule will be Darrin Patterson, Corey Roberts definite chance to place in the top HOURS: Monday Thursday 9 am 9 pm

April 24, according to Tornado follows through in the district, and Herbie Cooper. The mile relay four. Friday Saturday 9 am 12 midnight

Coach George Loper. regional, and state meets, according team is Robert Thorpe, Herbie Another possibility is Kim Adams Sunday 1:00: pm 6:00: pm
Eastside High of Gainesville was to Coach Loper Cooper, Wesley Johnson, and Corey in the shot put '
scheduled to be the host school, but Bradford High meaning Coach Roberts "Stoll; Bi/ and Sf'lf'l.t( ( \ Latt Mm'i<'

work being done on the turf inside of Loper, is the host for both the -.----
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the track forced ES to cancel. BHS district and regional track meets of Girls Chances...

with its new 8-lane track with lightswas 1986. Coach Loper is heading up all Lori Sapp has the best time in both

the next choice. the planning. the mile, 5:16.4, and in the half mile,
The Region:! meet, consisting of 31 2:20: going into the district. This Week'sSuwannee
Finals in the long jump are schools, is set Thursday, May 1, on The girls mile relay team of Angie?
scheduled for 3 p.m. with the triple the big University of Florida track Cohens, Kim Adams, Felicia Davis,
jump to follow immediately Pre where all running and field events and Lori Sapp has a good chance to
liminaries and finals in the discuss can be carried off at the same time. place either 1-2-3, and should be in
throw are set at 4 p.m At region, the first four places in first four and quality for the Swifty
Preliminaries and finals in the shot each event quality for the state regional

put at 4:30: p,m. Preliminaries for meet. Districts 5,6,7,8 make up Christy Harrell has a chance to
both boys and girls in the hut dies, Region 2. place in the first four in the mile and
100 meters, 330 yard intermediate The state track meet is set Friday, the two mile runs. Her best best is
hurdles and 220 yard dash are set at May 9, at Showalter Field in the two mile run where she has run a SPECIALS!
5 p.m. Pole vault and high jump Orlando-Winter Park. 12:31: two mile and a 5:51: mile.
finals are set for 6 p.m Felicia Davis has run the 440-yard(
Boys Chances... dash in 62.1 which is a good time for
All running finals are set for 7 p.m. Best chance 9i9 FOODC STORE
of the Bradford boys the open dash The McCloud girl was
The
seven school ins Class 3A will be in the open 440 yard dash with Eastside will go 58, one from
District 5 Eastside -
are Ocala junior Corey Roberts whose best Gainesville High will go around 60
Forest, Ocala Vanguard, Lake Weir and time out of the blocks is 51.8. second, and Miss Davis has the third
North Marion, Gainesville High,
Herbie Cooper has a goos chanceto best time.
Bradtord High. The Gainesville place in the high jump in the The sprint medley relay team of
High girls and Ocala Forest boys are district meet Lonnie Hamilton has a Terri Kittles, Teila Buie, Kim
the district favorites Coach Loper good chance to place in the shot and Adams, and Chrissi Anders which I q raC

says. discus. has a best time of 4:44: has a definite C J a 4 '
The top four places in each eventat Then the three relays especially chance of being in the first four. The t
district qualify for regional com- the 440-reIay and the mile relay. The 440-yard relay team of Kitties Buie w.wea ; a '

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I BHS Band Sets Stamp Day Saturday April 19 Mote Store
Peggy Manager Invites you to shop here and save!

The BHS Spirit of Bradford Bandis Florida Bandmasters. Association Hand Director Charles "Buddy"
holding a "Stamp Day" Saturday, District III Festival held March 8 in Ball stresses that everyone shouldbe Hwy. 301 S., Starke Store Only Prices good Thurs. thru Wed.
April 19, in an effort to raise money Gainesville aware that each band memberwill
to for the over $3,000 in expenses involved To explain "Stamp Day" pairs of be in full uniform in order to
in taking the band to state band members will begin to canvass easily identify them.In 2 Liter
finals held in Fort Walton Beach the community Saturday morningfor the past, the area community
May 5-7 donations of redemption stamps, has generously supported the band PEPSI t TIDE
The band earned the right to go to which will be turned in for cash and hopefully will again support
State Finals as a result of their (Cash donations will be accepted them in its latest effort, says Direc- '
straight superior performance at the gratefully), tor Ball. Products Giant




I School Lunch Menus I I Bradford. 35 LodgeNo. vI 79c ...j/.j5 : $ 1.99




Apr. 21-25 A-la-Caile F& AM

15i'adford Elem. & Middle School Monday: French fries milkshakes, pizza Lbsa Hi.Dri

Monday: Spaghetti w/.nent sauce, cheese ells, cheeseburgers
green Ia'uns, apple crisp,hot roll milk Tuesday: Pizza. french files, milkahakeacorn- Meets Every s 1-i PAPER
Tuesday. :Salisbury steak,rice&gravy buttered dogs O.J.Wednesday. Dixie Crystal.
green pens,peaches,granola cup biscuits' ,milkrdniiiiluy .: French fries, hamburgers pu/a, Second & Fourth |
\\ : Chicken 4 rice, cheese aUx, turnip milkshakesThiiriiljv
greens, fiult cup cornbread, mIlk. : Pizza, hamburgers french fries, Monday SUGAR & TOWELS
O J milkshakes
Thursday. : Sloppy Joe on bun buttered corn,
slaw, chocolate cake milk. Friday& : Managers choice 7:30
Friday: Managers choice day Each day students have a choke of a hot lunch, p.m. .__.
salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carte : '
Bradford High School $1.29 : 49c
Momlin: Salisbury steak, sweet potatoes, green
beans, peaches chocolate cake, hot rolls milk. GINA'S
Tuenl.iy' : Sloppy Joe on bun french fries, mixedvegetnbles
applesauce brownie milkWeiliipsdnyt Classic Cuts & Styles
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Beef a roni, cheese stu, garden
salad, apple crisp hot rolls, milk.
Thursday: Corndogs. macaroni & cheese slaw,
fruit cup;cookie milk. 12 or. Swifty
ridm: Managers choice day
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I Starke Native, Edward A. Pace, Became Noted Educator and Catholic Leader: I




About this time, during the constructionof .}
About the time that Confederate forces doer ',
the Starke has
Over years acquired! aconsiderable
for the famed Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad, scored their great victory at the Battle of .
reputation producing Starke--up to then a crass-roads IIVSUIIII AYntllelle. P.
Bull Run under the leadership of Stonewall .
leaders in the field ol tate and national
!settlement-began to attract the interest of Jackson Edmund Aubril Rectorof
Father ,
politics, as well as the entertainmentworld REGIS As" '"ETISHIMI
and "big business". 2 investors from Middleburg and other the Cathedral in St. Augustine,set out on s
areas, who saw opportunities in the a visitation to the Florida Catholic Mis-
!Leaser known is the fact that it also contributed predicted future growth of this area. sions, reaching Starke on July 26, 1861, w
an outstanding figure in the Among these were Pace and an acquaintance most likely on horseback. Staying over- A 'LIIECIOIt1S T I

Catholic Church, Edward A. Pace, whoa of his, John Charles Richard (pronounced night at the Pace home, he baptized their .
\\ the first Catholic child to be born in Ri-chard) who joined as partnersIn first child, Edward.In -
Slarki' during the troubled early months ol' Priest the first large mercantile store, next to -
the 'Ivil War. the railroad in Starke. naming their son, the Paces' took the
middle name of the father, which also had PKItl'F. fev OmnCRNTlAAIMI
On October' 13, 19-11, St. Edward's Feast But four years later, the mounting tensions significance in their family ancestry, .'
lrf.the "new" Catholic Church on Temple between the North and South finally which could boast of notable personages.
:Avenue (U.S. 301)) was dedicated to the resulted in. the outbreak of Civil War in An uncle of Mrs. Pace's mother was the

memory of "Monsignor Edward A. Pace, 1861. Capt. Richard soon organized a com- Earl of Dunraven of England and Ireland, IVSTOtj rVSr\TR
who was born in Starke July 3, 1861 anddied y4 of militia and left to fight, and Mr. connected
pany and Mr. Pace's family was to
...,.............
April 26, 1938" after becoming one of Pace attempted to enlist but was rejectedthree ) ---
Richard Pace who was the secretary to -. umi,...,............" f I ---......O.nrtY rain
the' most t widely known Catholic educators times because of tuberculosisor King Henry VIII of England.The ,..
lit his time. lie was: bestowed with the "consumption", as the disease was
honorary title of Monsignor by the Pope, in generally known in those days. Never- first four years of Edward's life
Ignition i < of his many years of theless, he exerted his strength and spent were hectic days for his father, George. 'C\ VII

(distinguished service as Vice Rector and most of his fortune to help the Confederatecause With Capt. Richard away with the alone militia andsaw ',...;,-..?.......;. ,..;i........... ,aM1.IFIMAf Wal.l.m.NW .
1'iolessor! of Philosophy at the Catholic Educator in every way possible. In his efforts, Mr. Pace faced the war years ...,..".... ?N am ..a.ar.IM.v.,
I ii'\ ('!'sity of America in Washington, D.C. he sacrificed his business and lost much of his business dwindling and his per-
v his property, while traveling to and from sonal fortune spent. At one time a raiding
:Monsignor Pace was the son of George
Starke to surrounding towns, raising party of'Union troops swooped down on a
K: Price, one of the first merchants and the
Confederate train standing at the EII\ES'1 BRVNS'nNUwM4
supply ,
r money, supplies and food for the Con
thud postmaster! of Starke ((1860-66)). His
in Starke. Several burned .
cars were
federate forces. depot W.a UIMIU MI.II.ylna U l FIY.a1
111"1 i Viet was Margaret Kelly Pace a with a great loss to the troop supplies that
It.uuil Catholic, whose father was Comp- And so, under circumstances not unlike George Pace had played an important partin
I I1 .illerof, the Ports\ of Halifax,Nova !Scotia.: those surrounding the birth of his father in EDVARDVSPAGETHAIMT
gathering.With ._...._. ... A
Indian War days, Edward A. Pace was f once -wCananl Pt-O.m.f

here(iicuige i he grew Pace up was in a born Methodist in Middleburg household born, July 3, 1861. while troops of the Con- the end of the War in 1865, life in DI'...HTATIII.. 'llinnom UtDJtlLI O...I l..rmnT.. i
Starke settled down to the hardships of
federate Army were garrisoned nearby,
iud became a prosperous planter and pro- to Reconstruction and attempted to resumeits l I'M> KKLATIVITXTHPKISrll' IN IIKKBERT: HPBXntRIt NYCIIOMXllliCnER BNTWleKJ.L"NUIII.EUtfv'
and Union raiding parties attempted
01,1', of naval stores. It was on one of hisn Counselor
normal Once Richard
destroy the new Florida railroad that was growth. again, n UAHINI IUOHA: cm UWE VPOUTO
to Savannah, Ga., in connection with
ips used to transport food and other and Pace were back in their store on Call
hi Kl"11\turpentine interests, that he met Mary necessities to the Southern states. Street and began to recoup some of the PHILOSOPHIC DOCTOR.-KT. BONARTM ARTIVM MAG18TER
losses they had sustained during the war A.m

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years. ATQVI EAO TAatTr \ BIOLAIATV Ul
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With the opening of the fall term in 1867, I .
young Edward Pace entered school at the /s ,; Nrv I
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etUTORJALSOMHBHBHHBBIimilliiihfliii 'c '''''' :rq
old Starke Institute, where he proved to bea ./ \'-'

diligent and accomplished student. At .., .., \2-! ? .,. .. ,4e.' .
the age of 11, he completed his elementary \
mi i school training there, and the following .,
school term enrolled at the old Duval
brought him, at the age of 15, to the old St. young Priest was somewhat reluctantly
School in Jacksonville wherehe
County High ,
released from his duties at St. Augustineand
Charles College in Maryland where he
,
received in Latin whichhe
early training ,
in
several Europe study-
used later in the of all important graduated on June 29, 1880. spent years
Should the U.S. preparation ing under noted psychologists and
Why documents sent from the Ar- Within months, the young Edward was philosophers in preparation for this future
chdiocese of Baltimore and from the on his way to Rome to continue his studiesin job as Professor of Philosophy at Catholic

Catholic; University to Rome. Philosophy and Theology. In Novemberof niversity, where he served three termsas

FightTerrorism Battle Alone? His father hoped that Edward would 1884 he received a degree in Theology.He Dean of the School'of Philosophy.
was asked to remain in Rome, but expressed -
choose law his but the
as profession, youth
26 1938 at
Monsignor Pace died April ,
a desire to return to the piocese of
It that most the seriousness of the situationnot not only seemed drawn in another direction. He Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C.
was a gambleone St. Augustine, where he was soon appointed -
had learned to serve Mass at the Parish
Americans feel had to be taken in view for the U.S., but for other nations as church in Jacksonville, and often performed Rector of the Cathedral.In St.In 1963, Joseph dedicated P. Hurley a,Memorial Archbishop Pla-of

of the circumstancesbut one that will well. If it does, perhaps they will join this service at Masses said at the Pace 1888, the first Rector of the newly que Augustine at St. Edward's Church in Starke "to

undoubtedly have serious repercussionswe WITH us in fighting the infamy of terrorism home in Starke during visits of the Mis- established Catholic University of perpetuate for posterity the humility, as

must be prepared, militarially, instead of denying usas did sionaries. He became so interested in the America was informed by the Bishop of St. well as the scholarship' of Monsignor Ed-
mission work in Florida that the elder Augustine of the abilities and unique ward A. Pace the twenty-fifth anniver-
philosophically and psychologically to Francethe right to use their air spacein on
Pace, recognizing the sincerity of his son, philosophical mind of Edward Pace. The of his death.
time of need, rather than forcing our sary

face.World Wars have been touched off by planes to fly a round-about route at a

incidents less serious than Monday cost of time and money, to saying

night's bombing attack on Libya. Still, nothing ofmost important of alltwo County Agent's Notebook By Bobby L. Taylor I IAs

lives.
l'v'ryone agrees that something mustbe

done to stop senseless inhuman terrorist Aphids, sometimes called plant lice, also
ultimate outcome
Regardless of the summer approaches, the preparationand
leaf tissue and
Garden Insects cause damage by piercing
attacks that often take the lives of if the incident of Monday night awakensour care you've given your vegetable sucking out plant juices. Flea Beetles are

innocent citizens of the U.S., as well as allies to THEIR needs, as well as garden will really be put to the test. I say chewing insects which cause damage by
this because insect problems at this time ground villains. Leaf Miners seem to cause
other countries around the world. Be could chewing small holes in vegetable leaves.
it wor-
serve a
ours, perhaps of can be quite serious. Summer in the greatest damage on tomato and
year
that/ it it is still depressing to All this may sound discouraging. But,
as may,
thwhile in the long-range fight
purpose our area provides the heat and humidity on cucumber plants. They're called Leaf fortunately, it's actually fairly easy and in-
have our country forced to adopt against terrorism. which insects thrive. And, without ade- Miners because they burrow in betweenthe expensive to control, above-ground pests
methods used by the terrorists quate control, pests can destroy your transparent membranes on the top and that threaten vegetables. Your. garden

themselves in an attempt (perhaps garden. bottom surfaces of the leaves as they feed. center should have a number of insecticide
futile ) to stop such acts of terrorism.It Very soon, all the time and effort you've They eat the living plant tissue, leaving the sprays to kill folage feeding bugs.
Schoolroom put into your garden should begin to pay membranes, which then look like tiny window Something like Sevin Plus, Malathion or
is no less disturbing to see innocentmen Guns in the off In delicious fresh vegetables. That is, if panes. Diazinon would be a good choice.

women and childrenyes even you can get to your crops before the insectsdo.
The insects which live in the soil are a
(those under the thumb of dictator Puzzle Miami TeachersLike All the care you've given your The Army Worms you'll find in your different matter because it's hard to reach
vegetable garden up till now will be mean- garden are the same as those you're probably
them with Cutworms simply cut
Khadafylying mangled on a hospital ingless if insects are allowed to rob you of all too familiar with in your lawn. sprays.
vegetable plants off at the soil sur-
bed than to see those of any other coun- the one-time popular country your harvest. This week I will talk about They feed on plant foliage and attack a face.younr Mole crickets tunnel through the soil

try in this helpless condition. Innocent tune, "You picked a fine time, Lucile, the most common and bothersome bugs variety of crops. in the root zone, feeding on the roots and

victims are innocent victims regardless Congress picked a fine time to weaken you some may advice find on on their your control.vegetables and offer Spider Mites aren't really insects. In disturbing the surrounding earth. Insectsin

ol nationality.A gun control laws. The insects you need to worry about in fact, as the name suggests, they're actually this category are best controlled with in-
secticide baits, which are also available at
more closely related to spiders. They'retiny
few Americans and our allies, while If don't believe it read the weeks ahead are divided into two
you (and broad There those which pests usually on more than a fIftieth of garden centers.
acknowledging that "something must weep) this frightening item about a recent live and categories do their damage are above ground, an Inch long. They gather on the under- One thing I don't want to do is encourageyou

be done" to stop terrorism, are incident in a Miami school: and those which live in the soil and bother sides of plant leaves, and feed by piercingthe to use pesticides if you really don'tneed .
wonder what leaves with their needle-like to. While a preventative spray program
thoughtful enough to the roots and lower stems of vegetables.The .
mouthparts and sucking out the plant might be essential in a large scale
COULD be done other than the course most common above-ground pests in-
"At least 10 children, including two elemen- commercial operation, can usually
juices. Because they're so small, you may you
clude Leaf Miners Worms
that was taken at such high risk. tary school students, have been caught carry- Mites, Flea Beetles,and Army Aphids. Cutwormsand Spider not notice them until they start to cause deal with insects in the backyard gardenon
into Dade County public schools in an "as needed" basis.
II such an attack was the only answerto ing recent guns months. And educators say they are Mole Crickets top the list of below severe damage.

the problem, then something must be not sure how to stop the influx of weapons into
in what used to call "the James Stalnaker NamedTo
wrong we the classroom.

civilized world". Some say the blamewas "South Florida is a virtual armed camp," Forestry in Bradford CountyBy Stetson "Who's Who"

with our allies, who would not said Marvin Dunn, a psychology professor at David W. Norton County Forester James Stalnaker of Starke, along
cooperate with us in efforts to put a haltto Florida International University.Two with twenty-three other Stetson

terrorism around the world. Certainly fourth-graders and a sixth-grader Good Timber Harvest Practices Could Prevent Need for laws University students, have been
it is a worldwide problemnot just were caught with handguns at school within selected for listing in the 1986 editionof

that of America. Why then should it beAmerica's the last five weeks.At "Who's Who Among Students in
Landowners, wood buyers that it might American Colleges and
School fourth- an responsibility to stop such in-, Biscayne Elementary a all profit from harvests of valuable timber become another Florida statute. We needto Universities."

sane attacks unilaterally? What is the grader brought who in aimed a pistol it and at another handed girl it to and the from woodlands in Bradford County. avoid this possibility! by taking some of Students are selected for '"Who's

United Nations for?.. What is the World sixth-grader fired. The girl, who was not identified by those precautions when harvesting or Who Among Students" from

Court for, if not to settle such interna- authorities, suffered nose and eye burns, but Since our state is growing in population clearing near waterways. committees.nominations Guidelines by campus for nominating selectionfor

tional boundary disputes as the one that no serious injuries. regulations and environmentalists are also the based
publication are on
has worsened the already bad relations The other fourth grader had stolen a .22 growing by large quantities. Because of academic achievement, service to
this all of environ-
for the ..
concern aspects .
between the U.S. and Libya? caliber automatic pistol and brought it to ment, foresters, landowners, wood buyers the community, leadership in extra-
Carol City Elementary School, where he : ... curricular activities and potentialfor
i.i./Q/
and loggers have come under scrutiny for : itat : .
Surely the settlement of such war- unloaded the bullets, officials said. (.: :, .. continued success. "Who's Who
incidents as this should be harvesting in and along streams, rivers Students in American
engendering Among Col-
In another case at Dade schools, two ninth- and lakes. ( AARP )
the responsibility of all civilized graders with a pellet gun robbed a student ina leges and Universities" has honored ,

nations-- not just the U.S. because it is locker room. A security guard caught them There are ways to harvest timber and Chapter outstanding American students I

the most powerful in the world. If the after they fled to the parking lot when he lock- pulpwood without filling the nearby since 1934.David .
ed an exit gate. streams with logging slash and causing the
United Nations and the World Court are ray
stream to clog and sediment to erode from Sapp DeployedTo
to serve any worthwhile purpose, the Students caught with guns face expulsionsof its banks. This is damaging to the water
prevention of another World War shouldbe up to Hi years, said Russ Wheatley, executive quality, it is unsightly near areas whichare Europe, CaribbeanNavy
director of operations and manage-
their first priority. visited frequently by others, and Petty Officer 3ru Class
ment for the Dade school system.But all who
besides that, the reputations of David M. Sapp, son of Albert E. and
The debate over present dangerous educators are not sure if that threat is consider themselves part of forest industry Patricia A. Sapp of Melrose, is cur- I
relations between the U.S. and Libya enough to guarantee the safety of the 235,000 are seriously questioned.From To Organize Here rently deployed to Europe and the I'

(and to a lesser degree the other Arab students who attend public school in Dade Caribbean. 'I

nations) will go on and on, ad infinitum.At County, the fourth-largest school system in time to time forestry operationsare Thursday Apr. 17 While deployed, Sapp will participate -
the country. Only New York, Chicago and Los blamed with damaging fishing and in 40 separate construction
present, polls show that the majorityof Angeles serve more students. hunting along streams by practices suchas projects which will range from

Americans approve Monday's night- "Schools cannot set screening devices logging a stream or river bed or clear- All senior citizens of Bradford building and pier rehabilitation to

time attack. But public opinion is such as we have at airports up ," said Dunn, who ing for a new stand of trees right up next to County are invited and urged to at- several smaller projects.
fickleand if Khadafy stages more terrorist serves with School Board member Paul Cejas a lake. Even though many of us realize tend the organization meeting for a Sapp is currently assigned with
attacks he most certainly will as co-chairman of the Dade Citizens for that some of these practices create better new chapter of American Associa- Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
as Homerule Handguns. The is asking productive land, many others who are not tion of Retired Persons (AARP) to Seven, homeported in Gulfport, MS.
try to do, with a consequent cost of state legislators on to retain local group laws on han- familiar with the purpose of this practiceare be held tonight (Thursday) Ap'ri117 A 1981 graduate of Interlachen

many American lives, public opinion dgun sales. the people crying for a change. at 1:00: p.m. in the Senior Citizens High School, he joined the Navy in

may change overnight. And it will, "If fourth-grader shows on campus Practices which can guard against Center west of the new courthouse. August, 1982.
a up
when and if troops are sent overseas. with a handgun, the logical question any In- stream damage involve precautions where Harry Fertig, chairman of the

Looking for the light at the end of the telligent person:; would ask is, "Where did he cutting, clearing or the construction and steering committee for organizationof Pvt. Mitchell ThomasIn
roads occurs the announced that
maintenance of logging new chapter,
it? Dunn said. "The answer is, 'From Special ExercisePvt.
tunnel, perhaps there is a glimmer of get some irresponsible person who had no reasonto within 300 feet of any watercourse. Distur- Louis Stark, representing the Na-
of the soil which tional AARP will attend the
action bing the surface may meetingand
hope that America's aggressive have it. cause erosion is to be avoided beside the assist in the organization ana Mitchell C. Thomas, son of
might at least awake our NATO allies to Most likely he gets it from home. streams, while firelines and access roads election of officers for the new Hazel E. Thomas of Hampton, has

should be located outside this zone chapter, I participated in "Hell on Wheels I",
whenever possible. If a road must cross a field training exercise at Fort Hood
"AARP is a source of Informationto
have slight slope, crossit Texas.
stream, it should a
.. .. .../ at right angles to minimize the distur- health persons over insurance 50 on subjects medicare suchas The exercise demonstrated the
care, ,
capabilities of the soldiers
culverts. Aboveall to deploy
... bance, or consider using medicaid, physical fitness and nutri- and sustain
operations and service
free of
be logging
streams should kept "
tion Stark said. "Each is
chapter
limbs. support for a division-size force.
and
\ debris such as tops encouraged to have an active

Currently, these practices are being legislative committee to keep the Thomas is an infantryman with
recommended for voluntary participation.It group informed of what legislation-is the 2nd Armored Division at Fort
is possible that If all of us don't work being considered Hood. He is a 1984 graduate of Brad-
The Sahara Desert comprises an area .* large as Europe. together to keep our waterways clear and ford High School.M .





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Announcements Weddings
t .A Church Items ReceptionsClub

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4 : =AM Donna Kay Thornton

f Robert Milner, Jr.

To Wed May 24

: Mr. and, Mrs. Jimmy U. Thornton
ol Sltifki' announce the engagementof
their daughter, Donna Kaye ] ./ V dY

1 Thiirnlnn, to Robert L. Milner, Jr., .....
l"1 r son ol Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
k 1 r Milner, Sr. ol Slarke.

I Generations..And All Accounted For I May The 24 wedding ill I II ti.m will. on be the an patio; event at the of -

home ol I Iho bride-elects brother

Remember lie old lady who liv.-d In lie toIII1"l The one I'iilined (Iby l couple) left. In righl are :Mrs. lirtucSourle ; Mr. and I Mrs. Marlon Thornton in Ft.Worth .
with nil the kids Well :II j jour old Jeremy Mrltiie and and Chester Seam'u', maternal gl'IIIIIII..II'"I.| ; .II'. Tx. s. Dclutu-y usher
Ills 6 month-old ulster Itchecca lia\c thanked; (lie storyiiroiinil. and Mrs. BlIss'II1\1dtu,', paternal ;.\I"II-gl'UIIII'"I'l| : The lindc-elect is a 1978 graduate I
They have all heir grandparents... TWICI.VK; : Mr. and MI'''. .','iee Kislier, maternal' I xreattramlparenls ol Uriidlord I High School. She untended ;
to ho exact ; Jeremy Scull and Iteliefca NUolcMdtao Lilirrly Ituplisl University in Mrs. Delaney Fisher Celebrates 92 B'DayMrs.
: bring held by parents, Mr. and MI'''. ..J..I'I.Ie'ltill' .'.> Lynchburg, Va., two years and
&<'OII1.It.IIt"'IIliulI" are iT|>r 'sriilnl hi sixteen diltVrent :M ; :\Ir. and Mrs. John Hammond, maternal KrealKramlparenls Jones ville\ two Business College She is in Jackson Delaney Fisher of Theressa band, children, grandchildren,
Hays in this "rloM-IJill iI". Sot'!lose in fart thai uillitheeiT \ ; Mr. and Mrs Kolirrt Itil' ood., paternal years. currently celebrated her 92nd birthday on and many
employed with Ft.\ Worth great-grandchildren
|>lioii of one griniill'aiher. llie> all h\e within fire ;Rreal-Kramlparenls: and J: !'. ami. Mrs. Julian Meltae. Corporation in Fl. Worth, Tx.Mortgage March 31. She was honored with a Iriends
.
miles of each oilier! lialernal xramlp.irenlx.Friends /
The room-eli'ct is a 1978! graduate covered dish luncheon on Sunday,
Mar. 23 at the home of her daughter,
ol Bradford High School. He is currently -
Weeks U.D.C.
Mrs. Belle Lovell of Theressa W.T. ,
serving as aSIaII'! Sgt. with
of Library Funding Drive Now UnderWay I he U.S. Air Force at Hill Air Force Helping Mrs. Fisher celebrate this Meets April 21
Base Clcarlield, Utah. He has served momentous occasion were her hus-
Friends of the Bradford County raise funds for purchase of needed in I the U.S. Air Force for the past W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C., will
Library are conducting their annualmembership materials for the library that would 7'2' years, including (three years!: in Methodist WomenTo meet Monday, April 21 at 11 a.m. at
drive thin month loW otherwise be unobtainable due to (;1'1'1'1'1'. Hear Dr. DinkinsDr. Western Steer Steak House.

J A*'Jc?W W W W'A'w budgetary Many Bradford limitations.Countians have Edward L. Dinkins, Executive Eastern Star
Mr. & Mrs Victor Jones
Director of the Florida United
JI already given generously for this 50th AnniversaryApril Methodist Children's Home, will Supper April 19
n.UlA"illat purpose and donations are tax
Ji I deductible. Annual membershipdues 26 at BrookerMr. show United slides Methodist and speak Women to the this Starke Sun- Eastern Starke Star Chapter, will 224 have, Order a covered of the

I Jennifer Lynn Todd are $2 for students, $5 for and Mrs. Victor Jones, long- day, Apr. 20. dish supper on Saturday, Apr. 19 at 7p.m.
for and and time residents of Brooker, will behonored All day and night groups will meet in the Masonic Hall.
singles, $10 family $25 (
Mr and Mrs. Michael L. Todd of together in the fellowship hall from
with 50th
26 wedding
All
i over) for patrons. April a Masons and their; families are
Starke announce the birth of a at their home outside 3-5 p.m. for a joint meeting to hear invited
I Donations be mailed or anniversary party to attend.
Todd born may
daughter, Jennifer Lynn Brooker.The Dr. Dinkins.
I brought to the Friends of the
; April 1 in Orange Park. Mr Library Bradford County Public reception, given by family Card of ThanksWe
Maternal grandparents are Library, 105 E. Jackson St., Starke. members, will be held from 2 to 4p.m. COMING APRIL 26th
I and Mrs. George W. Loper, Jr., of would like to say thanks to a'lwho
All friends and invited
family are -
Starke. Great grandparents are Mr. For more information, call the, 301 DriveInFlea made Arch's birthday party a
Ij \ to join in this joyous!: occasion.
j at 9646400.
library
and
and Mrs Benjamin Lodeski of success by coming, calling sending -
I Help public library For more information, call Kalhy1I.ll1mal'k Yard Sale
Brookhaven, Pa., and George W. support your Market cards.
Carol L.
Join the Friends of the Library today 485-1342 or Mr. and Mrs. Arch EllingtonBride's
! Loper, Sr. of Media, Pa. Jones, 485-1537.: Call 964-6330 for info
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
Kiiuberly IMclntire and !Mrs. Lawrence Todd of Starke. I -----.1
and Todd Denton 1 I

Mc.lntlre.DentonWedding Michelle Lynne Watts

Kella and Barry Watts of Lawtey Wortd
Apr. 19 a 1+ 1
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mrs. Nadine Goode of LaCrosseand Michelle Lynne, born April 5 in St.Vincents .. Ir
Albert McIntire of Waldo an- Hospital in Jacksonville. I.
nounce the engagement and approaching She joins one brother Matthew 1 -
marriage of their Leon, 16 months old.
Let the OFFICE SHOP :
daughter Kimberly Anne Mclntire Maternal grandparents are I I
to Todd Allen Denton, son of Deputy Timothy and Lou Wilkorson of _
Sheriff and Mrs. Donald A. Denton Lawtey. r'i
,' of Stdrke. ," ,. ''- -" Paternal grandparents Barry O. .-i_ provide your engraved

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., ( Saturday'Apr.United Methodist 19 Church at 3 p.rrt.lat of: Lawtey.Grace Robert D, G d\\in.Jr. -: f _. wedding invitations for

The bride-elect attended Santa Fe Robert and Candace Godwin of .f.ti
High School. The groom-elect Starke announce the birth of a son, __
graduated in the Class of 1983 from Robert Dewayne, Jr., botn Mar. 17. ,, your special day.
Bradford High School and is in Alachua General 'in Gainesville.He it I I
employed by Gilman Paper Com- weighed 9'-2 Ibs.. 2 or., and was
pany in Maxville. 21\2" long.Maternal.
grandparents are Violet ; : I Stop In And Select
l Jones of Lake Butler. Great grand-
i
parents are Watson and Marcillie .:
Bradford Historical Wolle of Raiford. Yours Today.
.
Society Meets TonightThe Paternal grandparents are '
William and Carol Yarbrough of c ( t I
newly organized Bradford Lawtey and Johnny Godwin ot West '
County Historical Society will meet Virginia. Great grandmother is Mrs. ) & We also have bride andgroom
tonight (Thursday) in the con- Murlar Norman of Lawtey.
ference room of SFCC Starke Centerat
7:30: p.m. Gene Matthews, presi- Wesley BaileyMs. 1
dolls
dent of the Bradford County Jimmie R. Bailey of Lawtey :i -.' for yourwedding
Historical Board of Trustees, is in r .
'
announces the birth ofa son, Wesley,
of the which will
charge program born April 9 in St. Vincents Hospitalin cakes.
focus Fort Harllee, an importantlocal
on .
Jacksonville. He brother i
)Joins
defense during the Second
Kinney and sister Melissa.
Seminole Indian War.
Maternal grandpart'nts are Ber- also i iJ
lrf Jacksonville. .
nice Baihjy ; ,
Librarian Arnold Weeks is servingas
temporary chairman of the group
and permanent officers will be cake cutters champaign
elected at tonight's meeting. All per Lo '_ 9n'lI$,r. J ,
sons interested in preserving and To Wed r
27
learning more about the history of Apr. 1:;; glasses guest registers
Starke and Bradford County are in- Mr,' and'"Mrs. MJ.: Slocum of ,
vited to become members and at- Starke announce i the engagementand %
tend tonight's meeting. approaching.ntairiage of their IlJf and photo albums.
daughter* 'Sherccia, to Sergeant i
Floyd Barnes of Ft. Polk, La., son of' I
Am. Leg. Auxiliary Mrs. Manna Barnes of McComb,
Installation May 13 Miss., and Johnny Barnes of Gary, I

The American Legion Auxiliary of Ind.The wedding will be an event of I I
the Jones/Langford/White Post 56, April 27 at Free Cannon True Churchof
located on 715 Edwards Rd., Starke, God in Unity in Starke. GRAOUA\ N i
will conduct Installation Ceremoniesfor The bride-elect graduated from
the new slate of officers on May Bradford High School in 1985 and is Large Selection
13. employed by Starke Uniform. of i
A covered dish dinner will precedethe The groom-elect graduated from
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ceremonies at which all Gibson High School in McComb,
legionaires and wives are welcome. Miss., and is in the U.S. Army at Ft. I

Members serving! for the ensuing Polk, La.Senior. for High School or College Graduates. ,

year are President Toni Coss; 1st
VP Violet Stallings; 2nd VP Violet Citizens M I
Crosby; Chaplain Lucille Stieh; Luncheon April 24 ...
. Historian Edith Gowans; Sergeant When you care enough to send the very best .- I
at Arms Mary Brown; Asst. The Senior Citizens will hold their p ..........

I Sergeant Secretary at Arms Laura Virginia RItch Ekard and;. Thursday monthly Methodist,covered Fellowship April 24 at dish Hall.12 noon luncheon at the for the High School f. ,l YrY ;

Treasurer Mary Gissy '
The Legion and Auxiliary will be Guest speaker will be Police Officer ()\ ts
, passing out Flanders Poppies at Kathy Best of the Starke Police VI\ FQ'taAL Prom15i' \ '
various locations, between April 17 Dept., who will speak on Safety for \ ; .
and 24. Donations are entirely volun- Seniors. '
tary. Come and bring a friend. We Have

Funds derived from the poppy It l
will be used for the '
distribution
,. COMING APRIL 28th GARTERSColor I'I'TwE
following : (1) Rehabilitation :
purposes -
"
ill \1
; of veterans; (2) Welfare of the 301 DriveInFlea
'j'1. families of Veterans; ((3) Rehabilitation 1M
Market & Yard Sale
, of hospitalized servicemen \ \
returning home and awaiting Call 984-6330 for Info OFFICE
'I discharge who require treatment in .
'
{ service hospitals.The \ Coordinated 1
I KOA Kampground I I110W.CollSt

defray poppy some funds administrative may be used expenses to- Owners Attend SeminarFred match fj!
to hI
of service departmentswhere and Pat McElroy, owners of \\ i :
both the American Legion the Starke KOA Kampground have ; 964.5764
and Auxiliary approve such use of completed a two-day managementand ? StorkaFlo. Your I'' II I
funds. The public is asked for sup- operations seminar. Also in attendance //ij-\\
port as a token of appreciation for were Assistant Managers '
those who served with valor. Walter and Katherine Watkins.
Members of the Auxiliary will at-' The Intense workshop was con- Dress -
tend a training conference on Apr. ducted by KOA, Inc., staff members ---=-- -- .
24. at Kcystone-MkUiMe Post 202 in from Billings Montana where the ... .. ---
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H Peggy Thomas Nominated PresidentAnnual "Youth Over '50" toil.,;,,. !I.

a Group Formed n

reports and a report of the various committees whose efforts ,
nominating committee for the made the show possible.Mrs. { l:? "Youth Over 50", a newly-formed

198B-H7 board of directors were J.D. Warren gave the reportof illr fellowship group met recently at !
8:30 breakfast
a.m.over at the
heard at the Starke the Brad-
Woman's Club nominating committee listing ford
Family Restaurant with
meeting on Wednesday April 9 at Mrs. Herbert Thomas for president present. 21 people ,

the clubhouse. Mrs. H.M. Connelly'as 1st VP, Mrs. This 'rq lI

Flower and ribbon-bedecked J.E. Byrd as 2nd VP, Mrs. A. Youngas members group of the First was started by I i li
parasols carried out the 3rd Mrs. Pat Slack '4th VP dv Presbyterian
"April VP I'
Church and i
.... is to
<<: open anyone
Showers" theme with bud vases of Mrs. A.K. Carlisle as treasurer dCl1fnJt'v "
spring flowers and pastel napkins on Mrs. W.T. Frick as recording :,.. .;t'1 There regardless of race religion or creed. :
.... ._." ...... are no dues.
the luncheon tables. A large floral secretary and Mrs. Vera Lewis as At the ,
Monday morning
arrangement highlighted the head corresponding secretary. This slateof .;:;;=: f plans were formulated breakfast to have I,
table. officers was elected by acclamation 'M ., "
Mrs. J.E. Hardy read "Just For and will be installed in May, arv.uw+!r r i meetings every second Monday of ''i.
..; .
Today"; the blessing was given by Mrs. George Roberts announcedthat Mrs, R.A. Green Sr. tickets are available for the ,
Mrs. J.W. Griffin presided over May Breakfast to be held on .' Jacksonville last trip was to see dinner a play In Dr H.H.Adams
and
the business meeting which consisted Wednesday, May 14, at 11 a.m. A f II' I i7f sponsored by, followed Inez and by Arthur Shed-

of reports given by each of the festive affair, the breakfast tradi- .' Dr. Adams HonoredFor
vice presidents on the activities of tionally features the installation of :' .... den.The next
will be
I ... program a trip to PracticeThe
their committees during the past officers and concludes the current Jacksonville on Wednesday May 21 Longest

club year. Mrs. Wayne Douglas was club year. A highlight of the to visit the Brest Planetarium. the Bradford County Medical

accepted as the newest member of breakfast will be the appearance of Museum and River Walk. This trip Auxiliary honored local physiciansat
the Woman's Club of Starke. the Bradford High School
will be
sponsored Harriette
by and
a Doctor's Day dinner Saturday,
Mrs. Griffin reminded members cheerleading squad drum major
Ben Holtzendorf.
12 at the home of Auxiliary
that she is still and majorettes. Tickets are $5 and Apr.

stamps to benefit collecting the Hacienda trading will be available at Leila's. Reserva- Civil War Series Wins Award For U.D.C.The Anyone on the Interested trip or otherwise in joining, please withus President Each physician Mrs. Pete received G. Felos.a red

Girls Ranch. The stamps may be tions are necessary for this popular call Ben Holtzendorf at 964-4551, Bob carnation, a traditional symbol ofDoctor's
brought to her at any club function.A event; members are urged to secure Paterson at 964-5013 or Rev.
.
VV.T. Weeks Chapter, United Daughters of the received Jerry Day.
delegation from the local club their tickets early. Confederacy
Patton
at the church
office 964-7937. In honor of Doctor's Day 1986 the
attended the Apr. 10 President'sCouncil special recognition at the State Convention In Cocoa Beach for a seriesof
right articles the Civil War in .._.u_ Auxiliary donated the book "The
meeting held In on period Bradford County and the "

well the Orange history of the Starke UDC Chapter, appearing In the Bradford County ( Loss of Self"to the local library.The
Park as as state conven-
Telegraph during 1985. 'J', ," -.,.,.. 1. book is a family resource book for
tion, to be held in Lake Buena Vistaon .,
Apr. 25. Jr. Women's Club The series was written by E.L. Matthews president of the Bradford the care of Alzheimer's Disease and

Mrs. W.H. Thomson announcedthat Receives CommendationsOn County Historical Board of Trustees, who received a citation from the 'I'I related disorders.Dr. .
tentative dates of Friday and UDC for his contribution to the history of the Confederacy In this area. ; :'T"g: { H. H. Adams was presentedwith

Saturday May 30-31 and Saturday, April 1 the Junior District MildredVl'lsgerbt'r, president of the Starke UDC Chapter and Matthews a small silver candy dish
June 7, have been scheduled for Awards were held at the Macclenny are pictured above with a display of the articles which was shown engraved H.H.A. Doctor's Day 1986.
Hospice training in Bradford County Junior Women's Club. The theme at the state convention. He was honored for having practiced
medicine in Bradford County the
Anyone wishing to aid in this program was! the Magical Kingdom of District
longest. Dr. Adams began seeing
IV pa-
is urged to call Mrs. Thomson.In .
tients in his Starke office in July
the Starke Jr.Women's .
reviewing the Spring Antiqueand Representing Did You Know.........................,........,........,..,.....................,. 1943.
Collectible Show and Mrs. Club were club president
Sale Debbie Connaughton along with Lou Struth, Millie Haynes, ..,...,..,.,,..",....................,...
Griffin cited the chairmen of the Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn
Shan Pam Virginia Darby and Maggie Miller
Carolyn Autry, Johns
weekend in
Jr. the
Tin ill, Christie Torode Jan Norton spent spent Sunday to Wednesday at
Homemaker's Meeting Chris Davidson and Joan Hall. Tallahassee visiting their soninlawand HorseShoe.Mrs. Did You Know...........
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.J.
The Starke Junior Women received -
Today 10 A.M. awards for the following: Single Kidd. J.G. Jackson and Mrs. Lila Mrs. Doris Lamb spent SatujMay :

Bradford County Homi'in.ikor's Project-Award for Latchkey Cook were in Chiefland last Wednes- and Sunday on a Greyhound bus tour
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington I
Extension Club is meeting today, Childrens Program ; Unusual and daughters of Ormond Beach day to Saturday visiting Mrs. Ida to the Citrus Tower Passion Play
the Bradford Project-Award for the District IV Rain. and in addition to
Thursday, at 10 a m. at Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seymour and Irene L. Faulkner Cypress Gardens :
Agriculture Building for a luncheon- Champagne Brunch. They receivedtwo Spook! Hill. The tour was conducted '
son of Gainesville, and Bill Harr-
meeting. 1st place awardsone for Programs ington of Jacksonville were Saturday Mrs. Doris Underill and grandsonRob Irene Faulkner HonoredAt by the Channells of Orange Park. I
and one for International Affairs Mendietta of Indialantic spent
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.D.
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. ERA Nat'l ConventionIrene I
; six 2nd place awardsLeader- Seymour.Dr. Marie Falkenberg of Lawtey has
Karen Whitehead Has ship, Child Abuse Project, Member- Moncrief. L. Faulkner sales associateof completed an intensive training

1st Birthday Party ship, Education Public Affairs and and Mrs. H.H. Adams spent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alvarez of ERA-Tiffin & Owens, Inc., has seminar qualitying her to conduct
Nicole Whitehead Fund-Raising; and three 3rd place April 5-6 in Little Rock Ark., atten- last and been recognized as one of the top 100 9-session Slim Up & Live Dieting
Karen Perry were Wednesday
awards-Arts Home Life and Classes.Mr. .
her 50th school class sales associates in the nation for
ding high reunion -
of
daughter of Dora and Scott Thursday guests Mrs. W.B. Mun-
Juvenile Justice.Jr. .
Whitehead of Winter Haven and visited friends in Memphis dy. outstanding) achievement in ERA

( from Starke) celebratedher Bells and Nashville, Tenn. While Real Estate's Awards& Recognition
formerly Women's Club and Mrs. Randy Chitty and
first birthday with a party on gone Dr. and Mrs. Jay Mosely of Mr. and Mrs. David Bires and Program SOAR according to Ed Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Nead of

Saturday, Apr. 5, at the home of Met April 14 Knoxville Tenn. spent a week in children of Jacksonville spent Sun- Gresham President of ERA Real Jacksonville visited their mother,
Joan and Whitehead. Starke with his mother, Mrs. J.H. with Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Estate headquartered in Overland
Reggie The Jr. Women's Club held its day Eggers. Park Kansas.Ms. Mrs. Joan Chitty on Sunday.Mr. .
.
Mosely.Mr.
More than 140 balloons decoratedthe regular monthly meeting April 14 at
screened pool area. The children the Woman's Club. Mr and Mrs. Harry Edwards Faulkner was recognized dur- and Mrs. John F. Kennedy of
enjoyed swimming in the pool and The guest speaker was Cathy Scott and Mrs. Henry Childress of have returned home after spending ing ERA's 14th Annual Business East Hampton, N.Y. were guests of
St. visited Mr. and Mrs. Conference in New Orleans La.
Guests hot Petersburg 'three months in St. Augustine.Mrs. ,
Jacuzzi. enjoyed dogs, from North Central Florida whose Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran.
cake and cookies. R.C. Buford on Sunday.
chips, birthday topic was Hospice.
The cake table and gift table were After the regular business Ruth Coffman of Centralia Bar-B-Q Supper PlannedFor
covered with blue and yellow cloths, miscellaneous showerwas Mrs. L.S. Williams, who has been Ill., is visiting Mrs. L.C. Early for Attending the Alabama and
a
decorated with balloons. meeting for Johnson and residing in Georgetown for the past two weeks. Saturday, Apr. 19 Charlie Daniel concert in the Col-'

Guests traveling from the Starke Pamper given shower Joy for Tina McRae.a five years, has moved back to her Brooker Baptist Church and New iseum Friday night were Mrs.

area to attend the party were Mr. Refreshments were then served by home at 303 S. Orange Street. Mr and Mrs. Bruce Scott and sons River Baptist Church are sponsoringa Mildred Frick Mrs. Pam Wheeler
and Mrs. J.R. Glisson visited Disney World Epcot Mrs. Linda Hicks and sons Shannonand
Jenny Kitten Denmark Terri Prevail, barbeque supper at Brooker
Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. LS. Jason, Mrs. Shellie Bowen Mrs.
Glisson Adam Glisson, Michelle Wilson and Cypress Gardens and Sanibel Island Elementary School cafeteria on
Hjalmar Tammy
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Roxanne Rosier and
Whitehead and Todd Whitehead.ShawRaulerson Winkler. last week. Saturday Apr. 19. Randy Goolsby.
Winkler attended the wedding of
Serving time starts at 5 All
Mrs. Williams' granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Rutledgeof p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Benson McFarland i
To Wed BHS Class of 1981 proceeds will be used to send a youth
Patricia Williams to Brian Tallahassee visited his mother group to Ridgecrest Bible Con. of Zephyr Hills and Booth Bay .
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Shaw announce Reunion To Be PlannedThe Christman in Tallahassee on March Mrs. Dee Hague Rutledge at ference. Maine spent the weekend with Mrs.

the engagement and approaching Class of 1981 will hold its first 29. Kingsley Lake over the weekend. Everyone is welcome.ALL Flossie Prescott.on .

marriage of their class reunion organizational
daughter,Susan to Andy Raulerson meeting April 24 at 7:30: p.m. at Legal Notices --

son of Mrs. Viverette C. Hardin and Western Steer Steak House,
the late Leroy Raulerson.The .
bride-elect is a 1978 graduateof For more information call NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH INTERESTED PERSONS are required April 17, 1986.

Union County High School and is 9644903. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR to file, with this court WITHIN Attorney for Personal
of Lake Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Representative:
with the
employed City Statutes, notice hereby given that the CASE NO. 86-25-CP((1-3720)) FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A.P. .

Butler Howard-Crawford ReunionTo undersigned. Donna L.. English, sole IN RE: The Estate of all claims against the Estate, and ((2)) any O. Drawer 40
Raulerson is a 1975 graduate of owner doing business under the firm VINCFNT J. SPENGLER, objection) by an Interested person to Stark. Fla. 32091
Union County High School and is Be Held May 2-4 name of All Quality Product., Rt. 2, Box Deceased. whom notice was mailed that challengesthe 904-964 8272

employed with the Division of Cor The Howard-Crawford Reunionwill 2838 Melrose, Florida 32666. Intends to NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe validity of the Will. the qualificationsof Personal Representative:

rections. register said fictitious nom. under the administration of the Estate of the Personal Representative, venue, EDITH C.METTC
The wedding is planned for Saturday be held from 2 p.m. Friday, May aforesaid statute.
VINCENT J. SPENGLER Deceased File or jurisdiction ol the Court. 3401 St. Nicholas Avenue
April 26, at 7 P.M. at the Union 2 until 10 a.m. Sunday May 4, at Dated this 4th day of April A.D., t 986, No.: 86-25.CP ((1.3720)). Is pending In the ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Jacksonville, Fla.32207
Correctional Employee's Clubhousein O'Leno State Park. In Bradford County. Circuit Court for Bradford County SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 4/112tchg 4/24
Raiford with a reception follow- All interested parties are invited 4104tpd51IN Florida Probate Division the address of Date of the first publication of this
to come out for a fun weekend of free which is Bradford County Courthouse, Notice of Administration: April 17, 1986.

ing.No invitations are being sent but camping, fishing games, and swim- THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Starke, Florida 32091. NOLAN L.WOODBURN

all friends of the couple and ming. There are cabins available JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR The names and addresses of the personal 2503 Apt. 2. N. Hwy 301 AUCTION NOTICE

families are invited to the weddingand also. Bring linens blankets, insect BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA representative and the personal P. O. Box 338 NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday .
spray, etc. representative attorney are set forth Starke, Fla.32091
reception. April 21, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock
CASE NO. 86-15.CP
The O'Leno State Park is located below A.M., the undersigned Gator
COMINB APRIL 26th on South 441 between Lake City and ((1-3710)) interested persons are required to Attorneys for Personal Representative: Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction -
Fla. For information IN RE: Estate of file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS BESSENT 8 MOODY
301 DriveInFlea High Springs more for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
call Lillie Howard Davis MARY OWENS BROWN. OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Wm. A. Bessent III, Esq one lot of display materiel, consigned
Market ft Yard Sale 964-5739 or Loretta Crawford Ross Deceased. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against ,the estate 403 West Georgia StreetP to FlorIdian Card Prods., Tamp
9647362.NICK'S NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe and ((2)) any objection by an Interested O. Box 1056 and
Fla., to satisfy freight storage
984-8330 for info administration of the Estate of whom mailed that '
Call notice
person to was Slarke, Fla. 3209T charges, under the provisions of Section
MARY OWENS BROWN, Deceased File the of the will the
challenges validity Attorneys for Petitioner
4b of Uniform Standard Bill of
( ) Lading.
No. 86-15-CP, Is pending In the Circuit qualifications of the personal representative 1/17 4tchg 5/B
Gator Frelghtways, Inc.,Carrier
Court for Bradford County Probate Division venue, or jurisdiction of the .
the address of which Is Bradford:! Court. Pro. 08 667693 dtd 2/14/86

LANDSCAPE County Courthouse, Starke, Florida ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH i,

32091. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR .
7823554Call The names and addr..... of the Personal Publication of this Notice has begunon BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. NOTICE OF INTENTION I

Representative and the PersonalRepresentative's April 17. 1986. CASENO.86-1S-CP TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
attorney or. set forth Attorney for Personal Representative: ((1-3710)) Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
( Call After 6p.m. b.low.Alllnt.r..t.d. JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. IN RE: Estate of Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
persons are required to P, O. Box 1056 MARY OWENS BROWN undersigned, Eloulse Hill sole
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON owner
Lawn Service Complete Landscaping Stark. Fla. 32091 Deceased doing business under the firm name of
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
964.7262Personal NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
(904)( ) 301
Liquors 2309 N. Temple Ave..
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate
Sprigging Sodding Th. administration of the Estate of Stark., FL, Intends to register said fictitious .
Sprinkler Systems Plants Installed and ((2)) any objection by an Interestsed: Representative: MARY OWENS BROWN. Deceased File name under the aforesaid
person to whom notice was mailed that JUDY A. DUKES No.: 86-15-CP Is pending In the Circuit statute.

.bpd 0117. challenges the validity of the will the 319 N. Myrtle St.Stork. Court for Bradford County Florida Probate Dated this 27th day of March, 1986 In
qualifications of the Personal Representative
.. Fla. 32091 Division the address of which Is Bradford County.
venue, or jurisdiction of the 4/17 t 2tchg 424NOTICE Bradford County Courthouse, Storke, 3/274tchg4/17
Court. Florida 32091.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT The names and addresses of the Per-
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. OF INTENTIONTO and the Personal
tonal Representative
Publication of this Notice has REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe begunon Representative attorney are set forth
,
April 10. 1986.Attorney Pursuant to Section 865 09, Florida
for Personal Statutes, notice I. hereby given that the below NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
undersigned DAI Champion Enterprises Interested persons are required to REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

RepresentativeTERENCE M. BROWN: P.A.P. Inc., sole owner, doing business file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida
under the firm name of Champion Travel THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
O. Drawer 40
Bradford County Commission announces a Stark., Florida 32091 Xgency, 838 N. Temple Ave., Stark., NOTICE: ((1)t) all claims against the estate' undersigned L.Turner, sole owner,
public hearing to which all interested 904 964 8272 Florida Intends to register said fictitious and ((2)) any objection by an Interested doing buslneis under the firm name of
invited name under the aforesaid statute. person to whom notice was mailed that Rent-A-Weed. Rt. 4, Box S8O. P. O. Box
persons are to attend. Personal Doted this 27th day of March A.D.. challenges the validity of the will, the 801, Stark., Fla. 32091 Intend to '

C. METTE RepresentativeEDITH : 1986 in Bradford County. qualifications of the Personal Representative register said fictitious name under ......

DATE Monday, May 5, 1986 3401 St. Nicholas Avenue 434tpd424IN venue, or jurisdiction of the aforesaid statute.
Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 Court. Dated this 4th day of April A.D.,1966.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT In Bradford County.
TIME 10:00 4/10 2tchg 4/17 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 4/10415/1
a.m. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Publication of this Notice has begun
PUBLIC HEARINGThe BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.

Bradford County School Board, Probate A Guardianship DepartmentCASE
PLACE County Commission Meeting Room,
Stark., Florida will hold a Public Hearing NO: 86-12-CP
Starke on a proposed addition to Board Ruls File No: 1-3711

6Gx4-3, Non-Instructional Employ. IN RE: Estate of
Probationary Period on April 21, 1986 THELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE,
PURPOSE Discuss areas potentially suitablefor at 7 p,m.. In the School Board Room of a/k/a THELMA V. DOUBLE NOTICE

a hazardous waste transfer the Bradford Schools Administrative Offices Deceased.
582 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTHE t tThe
facility as required by the Florida Florida. ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of

Water Quality Assurance Act of 1983. Copies of this proposed addition may THELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE, a/k/o Bradford County Clerk' Office will I Ibo
be obtained at the Superintendent's Of. THELMA V. DOUBLE deceased CaseNumber
fices, between 7:30 a.m., and 4:30: p.m. 86-12-CP, File Number 1-3711 is
Information about this public hearing may be Monday through Friday pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford CLOSED from 12:00: noon until 1:01 j jp.m.

obtained from the County Clerk of Court or from This Is In compliance with the Florida County. Florida. Probate Division the
Statutes, Chapter 120.54 as enacted by address of which Is: Bradford County on Wednesday April 23 1188 for !
North Central Florida Regional Planning Council, the 1974 Florida Legislature. Courthouse. Starke, Florida ((32091)). The ,

10-300 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Gainesville FL 32601 Dewey B. McKinney name and address of the Personal National Secretaries Da I
Superintendent and the PersonalRepresentative's ,.
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j Robert Greens. Celebrate 40th Anniversary I ; I


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green side front door were pots of colorful enlarged many times to surprise the Green's Sunday bchool class and
celebrated their 40th wedding an- Impatiens.A liunoi etl couple. church circle, Mrs H.H. Adams,
niversary Sunday afternoon, Apr. Mrs. Arthur Loudon, Mrs Clyde
13, at a reception in the First United four-tiered cake was featured In Mrs Ada Reddish played tunes Sinclair, Mrs. Harriet Richarde,
Methodist Fellowship Hall, given by the center of the room with fresh from the 40s Also played were Mrs. Jane Trawick, Mrs. Lillie
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jim flowers topping each layer. This was album from the Big Band Era Bridges, Mrs. Jack Eaves, Mrs.
Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie set on a lace covered tablecloth and which the honored couple had danced George Muggins, Mrs. S.G. Den.
Douglas and grandchildren Monica was flanked by three branch to while courting. The Starke mark, Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mrs
I t rI ; Bobby, Tom, Chris, Michelle, Ed candelabra with tapers. Coffee and Repertory Chorale also sang to the Gwen Hill, Mrs. Mable Green, and
I Gayle and Evan and great grand- punch were served at separate couple during the afternoon Miss Eoline Green.Approximately .
children Kristin, Lacey and Lauren.At tables covered with lace cloths. 300 guests called
Assisting in serving were Mrs. between the appointed hours of 3-5
A large table displayed family piCtures Elvalee Cantrell, Mrs. Jewel
points of interest in the Ball dating back to Mr. and Mrs. Joyner, Mrs. Grace Page, Mrs. p.m.The family sincerely thank
were arrangements of garden Green's parents up to pictures of the Herbert Green, Mrs. Jimmy Green everyone who assisted in makingthis
flowers and potted greenery. present. The focal point of the pic- and Mrs. Dot Reese. Also assisting an afternoon to remember
Ji Greeting the guests flanking the out. tures were those from the 40s and 50s in serving were members of Mrs. forever.
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,' "1 I II Hospice Expands Program To Bradford and Putnam CountiesIn : I


I ,/. 1979, North Central Florida change people, we adjust our services an important dimension by providing successfully complete the training :
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: : Hospice Inc. (NCFH)was established to their needs." additional I helpful services for program."
I ,.. as a state-licensed, not-for-profit The hospice program uses a team the patient and family. Examples of The North Central Florida
t..i" agency based at Alachua General approach. The team, which includesa services a volunteer might perform Hospice Training Program seminaris
.., Hospital in Gainesville. Over the medical director, nurses, social include writing letters for the patient for people seeking to become in.
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past seven years, NCFH has workers, counselors, clergy and reading to the patient, shopping volved in the NCFH program Brad-
I\1r.llllcI Mrn.Robert Teen counseled more than 400 patientsand trained volunteers, is on-call 24 for groceries,running errands or ford County seminar is tentatively
families in the Alachua County hours a day,seven days a week. The sitting with the patient to relieve the scheduled for Saturday, May 31, and
and Keystone Heights-Melrose area. team helps both patient and family continuous care giver. Volunteerswill Saturday, June 7, from 9 a.m. to 5
Currently the service is expanding understand the illness, what to expect also be needed to work in the of- p.m. The cost of the program Is $20
Celebrates to include all of Bradford and Put- and how to deal with its limita fice. A key role of the hospice and scholarships are available. Par-
Carrington 100th nam Counties. tions. volunteer is being a good listener ticipants registered for "Volunteer
NCFH provides support and care The team also offers followupcare and a friend. Training" must also attend the
Nellie Ella ) Carrington Starling Florist, and Lawtey for people in the final phase of an in- providing support to surviving "As we prepare to expand our pro- "Understanding Hospice" program
celebrated her 100th birthday with a Elementary fifth graders sent some curable disease so they may live as relatives during their bereavement. grams to the Starke and Palatka tentatively set for Friday, May 30,
party Wednesday, April, in the dining I'our'dozen' birthday cards. fully and comfortably as possible. areas, we are looking for interested from 7-9 p.m.
room of Whispering Pines Care During an interview following the "We offer people a choice in the Presently the hospice program in volunteers," Moore said. "While All classes will be at Bradford
Center party, Nellie Cai'nngton, nee Heller. type of care they receive at the end Bradford County is looking for per- there are no age limits for the Hospital, Inc. To register, contact
When Nellie entered the guest-iilled man, said that she was born in of their life," said Patrice Moore, sons Interested in becoming hospice volunteer, we are looking for stable, North Central Fla. Hospice at
room, the residents and stalf sang farmer Hill, Pennsylvania, near director of NCFH "We meet the patient's volunteers.The mature, sensitive and caring 372-4321, ext. 4223 Conducting the
"Happy Birthday to You," and she Germantown. She has lived in many physical, emotional and hospice volunteer, who is people.Those interested in becominga seminars will be Patrice Moore, RN,
lespomlc'd with a smile and a wave. places, and traveled extensively, spiritual needs. We don't try to carefully selected and trained, adds hospice volunteer must attend and MSN and Kathleen Scott, RN, MSN
While Joanne Wells took pictures, more especially in the Western
Administrator Fred Cline pi resented States When asked for her secret for
Nellie with a card from President longevity, she replied "It's hard to
Ronald Reugan, commemoratingthis answer, probably my
august occasion. She opened independence." She went on to say Home Entertainment Concepts
gifts, including a pink duster and a that when she went on a new job,she
brush'slioke print duster, perfume, would try it for a week. At the end of
jewelry and Iruit After the gilt the second week, she would quit if it
opening, Recreation Director Gayle didn't suit her, and move on. Nellieis
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television. More so than school or family interaction. Watching the tube is //i:1 i
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same as sitting in front of the television for eight hours a day continuouslyfor STEREO
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I BHS Tornado Netters Enter Districts With Several Top Seeds I


The ItltS boy's tennis squad began BHS number one player Jason Wednesday and today at TuscawillaPark The winners of the number one the varsity courts on the Universityof records of 9-3 for the boys and 5.6 for
district competition Wednesday in Brown will also have a good shot at in Ocala and also at the Central singles and number one doubles and Florida campus. the girls for a combined 14.9 record
.md both doubles teams seeded seeding and will team up with and officials say they plan on havingthe the district tournament will advanceto
among the top teams in the tournament brother Jody in the doubles competition tournament finished by this Gainesville Friday, April 26th to
where the hard-hitting duo are afternoon, according to BUS Coach participate in the Class AAA State
Jody Brown was seeded number seeded fourth in the tourney with a Jerry McGriff. Tournament which will be held at .. Keystone Village Apartments
lour on court two for the competitionand 9.3 regular season record. Keystone Heights, Florida
will draw a bye in the first round The BUS number two doubles
ol the tourney. Brown had a perfect, team of Jimmy Wilson and Rick II
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12.0 singles record going into postseason Kimutis also drew the number four ,
play. seed in the tournament. Their
BUS number three player Jimmy season record was unavailable at Patio Apartments
Wilson also drew a fourth seed in his press!ime. Family Hair Designers ;
bracket and draw a bye in the opening Sorry no pets
round. Wilson was 9-3 in singles BUS girls number one player
competition during the regular Maria Thomas went into the tourney c Call ((904)) 473-3682 !
se.ison, with a 7-2 record but missed just
The highest seed for the BUS team enough matches due to health problems Equal Housing Opportunity !
coming into districts, however, is to remain unseeded in the 1
Pat I I Diggs, a standout junior baskct- highly competitive girl's draw.
hall player for BUS who just started Thomas teamed up with Kim Sappon L
plaing tennis before the season the number one doubles court
started Diggs raced by opponents during the regular season to put r
during the regular season for a 10-0 together ,m 8-1 record but were also
record Diggs is seeded number unseeded I the tournament.The .
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golfers won by 10 strokes, Monday. April :20, Keystone High Purchased Before April 30. 1986
6-176, over Live Oak in a round on comes to the Starke course for a 3:30: at .f
the Starke Golf and Country Club p.m. match Haven't you done without I
ourse District,competition is next Thurs- a Toro long enough?* ,. '.
The win gives BHS a 10-2 record. day,April 24,at Flagler Palm Coast. s wa'Y _A to 5Q1.t !
l Kd Douglas was the BHS medalist BHS will tee ott at 8-K:30: a.m. for an .
"it :.59. Hal Wood and Todd Gillen- 18-hole match. BITS will be con- ..- I
\tilers both shot 42, and Bo Bishop sidered in t the top live, says Coach 2 '"
.hot 4.5 Mike Sexton. Palatka, Middleburg, i G\1" i\ \e : $ i
Orange Park, St.Augustine and ;
It was the lowest team score of thesear Flagler Palm Coast are the competition. llJ 7 J
BIIS had a 167 and a 168 BUS has not played Palm Coast .- .. secO '
previously but has beaten the other teams. ot
There are 14 teams in the district. J "" -
Upcoming... The teams are set up in placementsin ..
BHS which number 1.2,3,4, and 5 men Y,AYw 4or'lwoleaflxltliTee'rl
Today (Thursday April 17))
goes to Augustine for a tri-match are shooting, and they will be paired Roy is accepting a Limited amount of ap- otO
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A semi-pro team basketball tournament Coach Raymond Hlye Freddie
is set Friday and Saturday, Aldridge, Fred l Holley, Frazier
April 18-19 in the Bradford High Bass, I. Carter Andrew Carter Lawn and
gym and is sponsored by the Old- Glenn Carter and Ray Smith. Loflloa

Timers Dt Bradford and County.the Concerned Citizens Garden Center PEST

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BUS Finishes Fifth At Invitation. District Meet. Set pri. 24

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The Tornado finished fifth
with boys 23.53 5)Cobb, Lee, 24.03 6)Sweet) new meet record. The old recordwas
24 15 schoola
among Saturday BradfordIligh OV, 24.21. 22'3" set by Clark of NOI.thMarion
April 12, in the 19th annual
Invitational track meet r Two Mile Run: DShively, OV, in 1984; 2)Camps) ES,20'to"
Ocala 4l 10:41.85 2)Evans) OF. 10:42.31: 3)Stevens) SA, 20'9" 4)Stevenson) ,
Forest the meet with 91 4
won nn
3)McMilIin) MB, 11:21.59 4)G.) OF 20'6" SJSmith) OV, 19'10"
points. The other
places were: Smith, ES, 11:30.46: 5)Cubbedge,SA, 6)Clark) Lee, 197'V.'
2)Eastside) 69 3)Palatka 'Ip
64 ; .. 11:32.45 6)Johnson, N, 113369.: Triple Jump: DHosley) P, 4'J'l\ ,
list.Augustine 63 5)Bradford 1 ;
24 ', ,m. Mile Relay: DEastside 3:25.06: new meet record. The old record
6)Nease 20 7)Ocala
18
) Vanguard new meet record. The old record wsas 45'2"4"' by Sharon of Palatka in
8)Jacksonviile Lee 15 9)tle Mid-
: was 3:25.97: by Santa Fe in 1984; 1984; 2)Milton) OF 44'2'i"'
dleburg and Florida Deaf
10 points 2)St.Augustine 3:27.05: 3)Ocala 3)Stevens) SA, 43'8" 4)Camps) ICS,
each
10)Lake Weir 7, Keystone> Forest 3:36.31: 4)Palatka) 3:42.87 42'11" 5)Clark) Lee, 41'9"\
High 4 12)tie Father and
) : Lopez 5)Bradford 3:44.93: 6)Lee) 3:47.28.: 6)Brewer) N, 36'11".
St.Johns 3 each .
13)Cay. Shot Put: DSehnert SA, 57W Pole Vault: 1))I tall, LW, 13'9", new
Thomas
of Ocala Forest with 16 2)Pope) ES, 46'3'V 3)Hamilton, B, meet record. The old record was
Thomas points was high man for the boys. 45'74)Chism) Lee, 43' /4" 5)Mat-) 13'6" by Ott, also of Lake Weir
set record
meet of
10.86 in a new the dash toz, FD, 42'1V4" 6)Tecnick) ,N,40'2". 2)Hosley) P, 12'6" 3)IIorner) OK,
100 meter
winning Discus: DSehnert) SA, 163'11V 12'6" 4)Broner) FD, 9' SlCrabtrue) ,
I was team on, the won second the 220-yard place 440-yd dash relay in ...' ',.. .... .. 2))Pope, ES, 155'10'/i" 3)Gerling) SA, 8'6" 6)T. Anderson, 8'6". '.
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; ,, OF 1291% 4)Hamilton, B, 117'8"
22:56. .
: k,1 j 5)Pecnick, N, 114'10" 6)Ghrisholm) Upcoming..,
Seven meet records
new were set 'w I.
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I in the boys events Lee, 112'5" Palatka comes to the Bradford\
, Thomas in the 100 including ,:,:"..;'.7/- High Jump: Cooper) B, 6'2" oval this Friday, April 18, for a 3:30
The one-mile relay meters.was won by 9 t 2)Taylor) SA, 6'1" 3)Garling) OF, p_m. meet, the final regular season
-M S'10" 4)RochelleES,5'10") 5)Davis) ,
competition for BHS.
Eastside in
3:25.06. The old record
was 3:25.97: set: by Santa Fe in 1984. FD,5'8" 6)Colson) P, 5'6". The District meet is set April :24.! ,
Long Jump: DWilliams) P, 23'0",
also on the BUS oval
Sehnert of J .
St.Augustine set a new ,
meet shot put record 57'84. The old '' 1 I
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record was Sl'lO'/i" by Johnson of :: ttr -
Bishop Kenny set in 1983. ; :
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Sehnert of SA also set a new meet flit "I'Jt'] l ..t: 1" ;
record of 163'11%" feet. The old \
record was 160'10" by Pendley from

I, Eastside A new meet set in long 1974.jump record was -

I set by Williams of Palatka who ; -ERARY

jumped 23 feet even, breaking the IT" 1
I old meet record of 22'3" by Clark of 'fly ;
North Marion in 1984.A 1 ,r
new meet record was set in the ,
triple jump by Hosley of Palatka ...
with a jump of 49'1", breaking the
old record of 45'2'/4"set by Sharon of
High-Flyer...
Palatka in 1984.A .
new pole vault mark by Hall BUS high!: jump ui'tist llci b'noperfihowshis.91x111at HI1S.I .
from Lake Weir with a vault of 13'9". .. Bradford lii\il tlinuil rack inert List Saturday at Cooper placed first in the( went with inches to spare.
The old record was 13'6" by Ott of of 11

Lake Weir.Bradford's. Patterson, Brian Lane, Corey ministrators. 440-Yard Dash: DWhitfield) SA,
Roberts, and Wesley Johnson. 50.19 Robinson> OF
51.52 3)Byrd) ,
I Best... Lonnie Hamilton finished third in Meet Places.., Lee, 52.08 4)Thomas) ES, 52.88 FGbsonmeans
Herbie Cooper high jumped 6'2" the shot put with a toss of 45'7'V. 120-Yd. High Hurdles: Rochelle) 5)Spells) ,P, 53.43 6)Brewer,N,55.15.
for the boys only first place. Hamilton scratched on a 48 foot ES, 14.92 2)Hall) P, 15.93 3)Milton, 330-Yard Inter. Hurdles: DHall,
Rodney Mosley, a freshman, ran throw which would have placed him OF, 15.99 4)Trutman, SA, 17.49 P, 42.06 2)Grant, OF, 42.63 3)White, of mindSidebySide "
20.51 for sixth place in the 110-yard second. 5)Shannon) MB, 20.38 6)Mosley) B, SA, 42.76 4)Marin) FD, 4571 peace ___ 20
high hurdles. Hamilton placed fourth in the 20.51. 5)Smith) B, 49.29 6)Shannon) MB,
The BHS 440-yard relay team discus with a throw of 117'8". He has 100-Meter Dash: DThomas, OF, 50.51. i of
finished in fourth place in 44.48 an injured hand which affects his 10.86, new meet record. 2)Williams) 880-Yard Run: DMyers, OF, ..
seconds, their best time.The team is discus throw, but not as much in the P, 10.95 3)Curry) OV, 11.23 2:01.86: 2)Manning, N, 2:02.38: 24 cu. ft. Refrigerator

Wesley Johnson, Darrin Patterson, shot 4)Camps) ES, 11.38 5)Irvin) FL, 3)WachaKH, 2:04.2: 4)VaizariaSJ, Ice and chilled water throughthe
Corey Roberts, and Herbie Cooper 11.52 6)Bryant) Lee, 11.66. 2:10.24: McDonald) OV, 2:12.31: '-,
BHS's Spencer Smith was fifth in Well Run Meet... Mile Run: Evans) OF, 4:38.07: 6)Smith) ES, 2:13.26. doorAutomatic
the 330-yard intermediate hurdles in Coach George Loper and his now 2)Rodney) ES 4:4540: 3))Butts, N, door closers
I 4929. experienced staff of helpers ran the 4:45.52: 4)McMillan) MB, 4:58.02: One Mile Sprint Medley Relay: Ask about 10-year Golden
The BHS one-mile sprint medley 15-school meet off like clockwork. 5)McMandon) SA, 5:03.07: 6)Petrizzo ) UOcala Forest 3:44.34: 2)Palatka) warranty
relay team finished sixth in 4:05.56.: The finals for both boys and girls FL, 5:03.43.440Yard: 3:53.74: 3)Eastslde) 3:56.05 4)Nease)
The team is Rodney Mosley, Darrin was done in four hours Saturday Relay: lPalatka) 43.16 3:58.54: 5)St.Augustine) 3:58.68:
Patterson,James Jamison,oltrane afternoon. Coach Loper extends his 2)Ocala) Forest 43.49 3)Eastside 6)Bradford) 40556.:
RCA
Felton. sincere appreciation to the those 43.65 4Bradford) 4448; 5)Ocala) 220-Yard Dash: DThomas) OF,
The BHS mile relay team finished helpers who include friends, parentsof Vanguard 44.70 6)St.Augustine 22.56 2)Jackson, SA, 22:98:
fifth in 3:42.93. The team is Darrin athletes, fellow coaches, and ad- 44.83. 3)T.Brown ES 23.38 4)Thomas) P, 19" diagonal

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I Palatka Wins Invitational Girls Finish SixthPalatka y \uloniaUChnrlrnlSuper.Ac' ,JI''h' ', II 1 .

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'High"'won the girl ji competition Bradford's Best... OF, 16.9 2)Miller) P, 17.16 3)Ross) 4:48.37: 6)Lee) 4:48.92.: Ktel1 neru '.
, in the 19th annual Bradford Lori FL, 17.74 4)Flannory, SA, 18.59 220-Yard Dash: DKimble, OF,
I High Invitational track meet here Bradford's Sapp, a 5)King, C, 19.06 6)Lott) M, 29.42. 25.99 2)D.Ross) FL, 26.65 3)Adams) ,
Saturday, April 12, by one-half point sophomore,stuck right with Hopkinsfor 100-Meter Dash: 1)Jackson) P. ES, 27.19 4)Wilson) Clay, 27.52 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1
over over favored Father Lopez. 3Vi laps. With 220 yards to go off, 13.07, new meet record 2)Quiller) 5)Thomas, P, 28.14 6)Mosley, SA,
Hopkins accelerated and went SA, 13.32 Wilson) C, 13.34 28.46. Sau-l SuM 7Ocrh Sawyer
Palatka had 71.5 points and second ana left sophomore Sapp. The race 4)McKinney) ES, 13.39 5)Williams, Two-Mile Run: DHopkins, P,
place Father Lopez 71 points, Ocala did carry Sapp,who finished second, Lee, 13.56 6)Heller) FL, 13.73. 11:37.05 2)Buchard) FL, 11:54.22: ....
Forest was third with 60 points. to a personal best of 5:16.41.: Mile Run: DHopkins, P, 5:11.79: 3)Michael) Lee, 12:43.04: 4)Lewis) ""' .'YEa ..
Eastside of Gainesville was fourth 38 The BHS 440-yard in relay team the new meet record 2)Sapp) B, 5:16.41: ES, 13:02.17: 5)Harrell) B, 13:08.76 x ] w
points,Sl.A gustine was fifth with 25 finished sixth place 53.99, 3)Distefano) LW, 5:21.99: Hawk, 6)Wesley) MB, 13:12.11.: """
all The -
points, Bradford was sixth with 21 fastest they've run year. FL, 5:31.41: 5)Michael Lee, 5:32: Mile Relay: 1)Father) Lopez
points. The other finishers were: team Terri Kitties Teila Buie,Angie 6)Wesley) M, 5:48: .52. The first three 4: 13.44 :2)Palatka 415.78:
7)Clay High 17 points, 8)Jackson- Cohens, Kim Adams.finshed third in the places broke the old record of 5:24.7: Eastside) 4:17.58: 4)Bradford 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964.7701
ville Lee High 16, 9)Ocala) Vanguard Lori Sapp set in 1983 by Tidwell of Titusville. 4:22.63: 5)Ocala) Forest 4:34.16:
and 880-yard run in 2:35.17.: IPalatka fi>St Augustine' 43728.
10.5, lOUie) : Middleburg 440-Yard Relay: ) 49.86
Jacksonville Nease 8 points each, The BHS one-mile sprint medley 2)Eastside) 50.64 3)Forest) 51.51
finished fifth in 4:48.37.
IDLake Weir 7, 12)Keystone relay team : 4)St.Augustine 52.09 5)Lee) 53.42
The team is Kittles, Adams, Cohens,
Heights 3, 13)St.Johns) 1 points, 6)Bradford) 53.99.
14)Florida) Deaf 0. and Chrissie Anders. 440-Yard Dash: DMcLeod, ES,
Soon Brand
/t< J; Christy Harrell finished fourth in 58.58 2)Ross) FL, 59.79 3)Gilyard) Coming New Dealership !
Three new meet records were set: the two-mile run in 13:08.76.: P, 60.95 4)Rivers, N, 61.31 5)Daley,
Jackson from Palatka ran the The BHS mile relay team of Kitties
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LW 66 02 6)Wootls) OV, 66.42.
100-meters dash in 13.07 seconds. Adams, Felicia, and Sapp 330-Yd. Low Hurdles: Miller) P, '
Rachael Hopkins, an advanced finished fourth In 4:22.63. 47.89 2)Anderson, OF, 49.38 NORTH FLORIDA .
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Vanguard who long jumped 18 feet, 220-yard dash, and ran on the winn- 5)Lamoureaux) M, 2:39.94: 6)Lewis) ((904)) 964-6081/4770 P/ymoulfi
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Bradford Girls Lose One, But Rebound To Win Two OpponentsThe


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BUS girl's softball team lost charge: ut the game with three BUS now has a team batting double, scored 2 runs and had 4 errors which allowed two runs to Ann Starting, Bridget Skeen, Cindy
heir first game of the season by one unanswered runs in the top of the average of over .500 and the KHHS RBI's. Cindy Parado was 3-for-3, score for the loss. Bishop Kenny was Parado and Shawn Butler each hit
i un to Bishop Kenny last week, buti filth to regain the lead. Shaun Butler girls have developed into a hard hit- scored one run, and had 4 RBI's. Ann 12-2 after the win and one of the best safely
i -hounded to continue their winning !smacked u single into left, and wentto ting unit as well, their first four hit- Starling was 2-for-3, scored once, teams the then 13-0 Tornadoes faced Bishop Kenny played errorlessball
\\..ys with a blowout over In- second on a single by Daphie ters are all over .500. and had one RBI. Bridget Skeen, this season. Kenny is in Region 1, and had 12 hits, all singles.
tri-laiL-hon and a comc-lrom-bchind, Williams. The girls then loaded the The Lady Tornadoes finish their 2-for-3 scored a run and had 2 RBI's. BHS in Region 2, so the two teams Kenny is defeinitely the best teamon
7 4 victory over Lake Butler. bases with a third single by Cindy regular season Tuesday, April 22, at Daphie Williams who replaced Pat- could meet again in the post-season the Tornado schedule says Coach
The 15-' girls lost 4-3 to a good I ield Taylor. Staci Reddish hit a deep Gainesville Eastside in a 4:30: p.m. ty Smith in short field, was 1-for-l. playoffs.In Slater. "It was just one of those
MK team then bombed HIS 226. sacrifice fly into left, scoring Butler, contest on the road. When the ball got by her, first the bottom of the 7th, the first things. We played a good game.
scored
then Willums on a single into baseman Bridget Skeen chased it Bishop Kenny batter hit a line driveat They got the breaks. We made the
BUS 7, L.IIutlrr 4Tuesday center( by Anne Starling. TaylorsctJI'ed
down all the way to the fence and the feet of the short fielder who errors."
night at Lake Butler, the the final run of the inning on a BUS 22, Interlachen 6 fired perfect strike to Marla Red- missed the ball for one error. The se- Kenny opened a 1-0 advantage in
HI I IS girls jumped out in front early hard-hit! single by Marla Reddish Rebounding from their first loss of dish and named the runner second cond batter flew out. The the third the first on three hits. Bradford tied
I in lake a 2.0 lead in the top of the and the BUS girls regained the leadat the season, the Tornado girls lambasted base. Stacy Reddish pulled off a dou- batter walked to put BK runners on the game 1-1 in the top of the fourth
lu-st' t inning. Slaci Reddish smacked 74. Interlachen High 22-6 with a ble play when she caught a line drive first and second. The fourth batter when Marla Reddish walked and
.1 I Icud-oll'smgle into left, followed by Bl lIS added un insurance run in the 23-hit performance last Friday, and doubled the runner off first singled to right field, and the balls scored on an RBI triple which Kellie
.1 single by Anne Starling down the lop ol the sixth on a single by April 11, at West Side Park here. base. Shawn Butler came in to left rolled through the Tornado right Jackson hit between left and center
It-It. I t I tell line. Marla Kcddish hit into Bridget! Skeen and a hit into a pair BBS earlier had to go to eight inn- field late in the game and caught two fielder's legs allowing two runs to fields. Coach Slater, coaching third
a I Ill-tiler's choice, so the girls hadinners ol t throwing errors by Cindy Parado. ings to beat HIS 109. It was a different line drives that would have been score. base, waved Jackson home but she

on first and third. Kelly story (Friday. BHS scored hits.The The 5th BK batter hit a signle just was throw out on a perfect throw to
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.l.ickson' was up next and she Upcoming. nine runs in the first inning with win gave the BHS girls a over the outstretched glove of second the plate. Playing the percentages,
lichveredan HIM single into left that Three regular! season games remain their bats booming and a demoralized perfect 9-0 record at home. baseman Stacy Reddish for the Coach Slater was gambling on a bad
-.cured Staci Reddish. Patti Smith for the BUS girls. Interlachen team unable to field third run of the bottom of the throw.
luiished the scoring for the Lady BUS travels to Ocala Forest for a the softball cleanly. seventh. Bradford went up 3-1 in a two-run
I'ornadoro with an RBI single past 5:15:: p m. today Thursday, April Leading the BHS hitting fest was B.Kenny 4, BUS 3 The two errors were the only ones top of the sixth. BHS loaded the
-liorlslop that scored Marla Red- 171The) Stacy Reddish, 4-for-4 and a walk at the made by BHS in the game. The girls bases: with Ann Starling singled,
hsh., girls travel Monday, ApI'il21. the plate, who scored five runs well abuts rightgto sBhit softball just went into the final half-inning Marla Reddish walked Kellie
The ladies put another run on the to I Kevsionr Heights for a 6:30: p.m. herself and had 2 runs-batted-in. players in a 4-3 loss, their first Kenny of the with too little cushion and the errors Jackson singled: to load the bases.
-oiivbnard in the top of the third l'I'nwichlth the 2A powerhouse Patty Smith, who won the game in season, in Jacksonville last killed them, points out Coach Slater. Kenny walked in the first run in the
hen Staci Reddish powered an anil local" i rival t who lost to BHS by relief, was 4-for-5 at the plate with April 10. Thursday BHS had nine hits. Kellie Jacksonwas persono of Ann Starling. Marla Red
iiiside-tlie-park homer, a shot that one run in Starke early in the two doubles, scored 3 runs and had 3HBl's BHS went into the bottom of the 2-for-3, including a triple. Patty dish scored on a fielder's choice by
i lew over the Lake Butler regular season. Maria Reddish 2-for-3 with a seventh up 3-1, but committed two Smith was 2-for-2, Stacy Reddish Cindy Parado.

Shortstops head and rolled to then &.-..--,--- .- "
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Lake Butler showed why they are
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iH'xt inning, however, exploding for 11I1i'mm1
'lour wouldn't runs to take last a long.one run, 4-3 lead.It Your No. 1

\lter a scoreless fourth, BUS took

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Mike Chappell hit a two-base shot to /
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Hubert Starling hit a long fly to deep 1985' E-350
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Robert f? 4 117" W.B. 302 Auto. A/C ST6 Bks.
pitcher Starling 17,000 miles, :
struck out 10, walked 6 and allowed /Jk' 1(..{ t-\
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Thursday April 17. t9116
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Chris Showing ImprovementAfter


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has been received from the She also said the sores on his back .
Kozak Clinic in Spain that Chris are showing real signs of clearingand
'r II Campbell afflicted with a painful he has had only one new blister
and crippling skin disease known as since he arrived in Spain the first of
Epidermolysis Bullosa is showing April.
improvement in his condition within Mrs. Aiken says they have already
just 13 days of his arrival. paid the $10,000 fee for treatment in
According to Pauline Aiken, a April and if he continue to improve,
Crystal Lake resident who has may not have to stay all through the
spearheaded a fund raising cam- month of May, which would require
paign to send Chris for treatment another 10000.
reports that sores in Chris' mouth, She pointed out that it is still
esophagus and digestive track have necessary to continue the fund driveto
healed sufficiently to cause his insure enough of a backlog in
I ; lu apetite to increase and weight gainis
? Yr y"'' x 1.lsla already evident See Chris... See Page 9

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UC's Clyatt- Pritchett Show Top.. Steers at Fair Unbelievable Finance Rates.


Curtis Clyatt, Union County FFA Bo Hersey, B-41I, received $1.60 Jason Stalnaker, U-4H, received SAVE NOW
member, got $3 per pound for his per pound for his 1,387 pound $1.40 per pound for his 1,232 pound -
1,183 pound Limousin grand cham- Limousin purchased by Triest Con- Brangus cross steer purchased by
pion steer at the 14th annual Steer struction Co of Keystone Heights.Joe Publix Supermarkets.
Show and Sale at the Bradford Coun- Holmes U-FFA, received Chad Ward U-4H, received $1.30
ty Fair and sponsored by the $1.30 per pound for his 1,096 pound per pound for his 1,343 pound GMAC Financing on S-10 Pick Ups
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Bradford-Union Cattleman's Limousin purchased by Community Limousin steer purchased by Lake

Association.The champion steer was purchased State Patricia Bank of Bath Starke.B-4II received Butler Bobby Farm,Adams Center.B-FFA, received "e oo, and El Camino for up to 36 months.
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by Publix Supermarkets. $1.20 per pound for his 1,179 pound $1.10 per pound for his 1,416
Phillip Pritchett Union FFA Angus Cross Limousin purchased by Limousin steer purchased by V
member, got$2.10 for his 1,183 pound Florida National Bank and Sawyer Farmers and Dealers Bank andLynn's SAVE hundreds of dollars with these
Limousin which was reserve cham- Gas Drywall.
pion. The reserve champion steer Donna McDavid, B-411, received Shantel Howard, U-FFA,received
was purchased by Farmers and $1.30 per pound for her 1,203 pound $1.65 per pound for his 946 pound low low finance rates.
Dealers Bank of Lake Butler Limousin purchased by Publix Limousin steer purchased by Winn-
Clyatt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Supermarkets. Dixie.
Melanie Clyatt of Lake Butler. Prit- Wesley Thomas, B-FFA, received James Williams, U-FFA,received
chett is the son of Mr and Mrs Mar- $1.20 per pound for his 1,242 pound $1.15 per pound for his 1,203 pound
vin Pritchett of Lake Butler. Limousin purchased by Walter Angus cross Limousin steer pur-
The 50 steers sold for a total of Block director of the Instructional chased by Timberjack and Dean
$95,158. The average weight was Services for the Clay Ward
of County School Boar Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter
1,220 pounds for an average ring
$1.29 per pound. Add-ons brought the Lisa Mosley, B-FFA received received$1.60 per pound for its 1,237 CNEy9ptET ,,,
total average price to $1.56. Each $1.30 per pound for her 1,314 pound pound Limousin steer purchased by
should average around $1,900 with Limousin steer purchased by Taylor Dean Ward, Kenneth Ehxson and.
add-ons. Custom Slaughter of Jacksonville. Steve Hewett. EI Camino ConqulstaO
The choice resale steers brought Stacy Bowen, B-FFA, received Lisa Waters U-FFA received
57 cents per pound and were pur- $1.05 per pound for his 1,1499 pound $1.50 per pound for her 1,295 Angus
chased by the Cattleman's Associa- Limousin steer purchased by Winn- cross Limsosm steer purchased by
tion. The good grade resales were Dixie. Lake Butler Apparel.
bought by Motes Farm of Jackson- Mark Thomas, U-FFA, received Denny Thompson B-FFA received /o 9 % 9 %
ville for 55 cents per pound. $1.45 per pound for his 1,023 pound $1.15 per pound for his 1,440 pound 79 7 7
The entrants and the sale pricesare Angus Cross steer purchased by Limsoum cross steer purchased by
: Communtiy State Bank. Florida National Bank and The Office r
Shands Howard U-FFA received Michael Stilwell B-4H received Shop.
$1.70 per pound fpr\ his 1,373 pound $1.30 per pound for his 1,203 pound Chris Gordon U-FFA, received

chett Limousin Trucking steer of purchased Lake Butler by Prit- Angus by Stump's cross Charlois Department steer purchased Store. S6 Steer.. see Page 2. 9, _, "::1 1 < ----)1--1,) ) : :)(\-3,1., ;, t\ -, )-i')[ !I: i ,: "

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*wlkvitiit>a, serving ribs and chicken, hamburgers -
The residents ol Whispering Pines'are that it was a successful served and unloading.Friday afternoon, Johnnie an assortment of salads, Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

( Center enjoyed special lastweek. activities The lair visitors cream were strawberry Jackson and his music machine pro- baked beans, potato salad and a Located off 100 South towards Keystone take right on
homemade ice
on lour successive days Chef Provine
shortcake soil drinks.. and hot dogs. vided entertainment lor 50.60 peopleat variety of desserts. 24th Street follow signs or
Jackson is truly a and staff did themselves proud, serving -
of individualswere center.
Some residents suller the mlir- Computer pictures and contributed by the one-man the care band, says Mrs. Johnson. more than four hundred Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues.thru Sat. 10 5:30:
musts ol/ age, and some have lost! made Ruth
residents and visitors. Darleywas
"oldie butgoohie"
mobility and are conliiied l to wheel Picture Booth They enjoyed the exhibits He played music and and sang some residentsand the vocalist for several SPRING IS FOR PLANTINGCome
chairs, !but they still enjoy activities throughout: the lairgroundsanil
danced the funky Chicken, numbers, and everyone reported
and staff
that allow them to talk with people, made articles purchases from personal of gifts funds. the Alley Cat and the Polka. Later having a good time. visit our Craft Shop featuring Cypress Clocks, Floral Ar-
of other
and break the monotony day to activities
day routine. Twenty-seven volunteers assistedin members and of the special staff volunteer qpme, (While a break the many/from routine for provided the- rangements, Pierce & Cut Lamp Shades and many more hand
a
On Wednesday! alto-moon the the outing including three van residents and enjoyed taking it's the
Morrow Vern Jean Shannon put the finishing residents, they made crafts. Something for Everyone Don't forget
WP('C residents attended the 100th drivers Tommy
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birthday parly lor Nellie Carr- Foster and Art. hie \':Carmichaol.\ touches on the patio, in held preparation Saturday part were reserved for those who time for planting.!
the
mgton: and look pail.. in singing tivities Director Uaylo Johnson expressed for the party to volunteered their time and efforts to
"Happy Birthday to You" and other special appreciation\ lo call thedrivers night. Night WPCC hosted an make possible a few hours of respite And Remember..... "All Nature Sings of Jesus":. I TM
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On Thursday allcrnoon Jones
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use ol throe I vans and drivers why W-O Brand Beef U trimmed eo closely to only a quarter Inch or leuof
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County Fan I'al'llol: he( three, vans : -z-Ii: S- People at Winn-DIAEe.
made three (rips each way bur a :_
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pi'ipound for her 1..)511 pound e NAI
l.iinousin cross steer purchased by r 8ge 45 01. o r GAT.
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Billy (;.Iull. B-KKA( I roci'ivi-dl.lO .
p,T pound lor his 1,154: pound Angus wv '"
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Rink Water Grocery, and W.W. I COCA-

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pri pound fur his 1,203 pound HEINZ
l.iinousin" .steer purchased by '
I)"ought KquipmriH: ol Luke! \ Buller. KETCHUP $108 _
Urett IMirish. U-KKA received .... __ OOVUNMMTOtMMDU. rKA
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Limousin I steer purchased by 32 oz. $1 wREOULAR /
I llouarcl and Kiherd Construction.AngieSchlosser I BTL i
or LOW CALORIE 00.0 BgAND USDA CHOICE
: B-1F'A' received ALL FLAVORS BEEF BONELESS
')1 1 per pound tor her 1,324 pound THRIFTY MAID CHEK BOTTOM ROUND
Limousin cross steer purchased by I. .
llillandalu* Farms ot Lake Butler CATSUP 1 DRINKS ROAST toLB, PKG. JUMBO
REGULAR BEEP or
I Dean Ward Jr., U-KKA received ,.",,, .
'S1..15 per pound lor his 1,368 poundLimousine XeR W-D BRAND)
steer purchased by Pritihelt 7 ge $ 129 $167
Trucking ot Lake Butler. 1ft' I FRANKS
Connie Guynn; U-KKA received 2LTR. l8.
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porches opt
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Sabrina Starling's grand champion Jamey Carver, B-4H, got $1.15 per purchased by KOA Kainpgrouml York purchased by Gainesville
247-pound York cross:: hog pound for his 204 pound York cross Paul Moody, B-411, got( $1 per Livestock Market.
brought $1: PIT pound at hid plus $300 purchased by Pat Welch & pound for his 218 pound York purchased Jimbo Croft U-FFA, got !90 cents
in add-ons lor over :l,050 ut the an- Associates by NAPA Auto Parts! md per pound for his 192 pound York
nual: sail !last Friday night, April 11 Angie Redding, B-4H, got 95 cents Equipment, Lake Butler, purchased by Hale Graham, Schuh
The reserve! champion hog, owned L $ per pound for her 213 pound Hamp Danny Coleman, lt-411, got Hf Wendell Collins, B-FFA got 95
by Union KKA! member Pam irillis.. cross purchased by Royal Jones and cents per pound for his 2:11: pound cents per pound for his 202 pound
brought $2.70 per pound at the auc Annotates. York cross purchased by Florida York cross purchased! by Bradford
-Ion plus $:.H)0) in add-ons and $000 Josh! Crawlord, I! Ill I, gul $1.1: per National Bank.Lcanna Title and Abstract.See .
.total for her 220-pound Spot hog.Tolal pound for his 218 pound York cross Barfield, B-4II got !90
sale price for the 00 hogs was purchased by Publix Supermarkets cents per pound for her lim\ pound Page 4B
$24,(>H2. The pigs averaged $1.93 last Ashley Burkhalter, B-4H, got $1.10
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The grand champion hog was cross purchased by W.W. Woodchipping Summer Bowling Leagues starting in May
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The reserve:: champion was purchased tira r Chris Barfield, B-41I. got $1 per Anyone Interested Call 964-8175
by Publix Supermarkets. pound for his 189 pound York cross
Miss Starling is a Bradford 4-11 purchased:: by Hulc-Graham-Schuh. Ask for Janet
member and a sophomore at Brad- Union County 4-H Foundation,
lord High School. U-411, got $1.95 per pound for its 194 Club 25 Features I
:Miss Grill(' s is a Union FFA pound York cross purchased by FUNKY COUNTRY '
member. It was a first time winner Farmers and Dealers Bank.

for both girls. Darren Allen, B-FFA, got $1.05 per Fri. & Sat. 9 pm 1:30: am
The grand champion pig sold for pound for his 204 pound York purchased -
$ti.25 per pound last year and was by Bradford Courthouse Officials Starke Lanes ---
bought by the Community State. 1r ,
Sabrina is the daughter ol Eddie Jeff Carver, B-4H, got $1.15 per 1612 N Temple 964-8175
and Dorothy Starling of Graham. pound for his 209 pound York cross
Pam is the daughter of Billy and
Wanda Urillis of Lake Butler r
Three Union County FFA'ers won
the showmanship:: contest. First w RED DI Sewer & Drain Cleaning Professionals
place went to Johnny O'Sleen, second
to Crisli Crosby, and third to
David Harris. ROOTER We're Branching Out! !
The !90 hogs are a record number
for the Bradford-Union Swine Show NOW IN THE STARKE AREA
which started 13 years ago with two
pigs: says Seine; Association President :: \Vl>'Ye been in the husimss in the C'.aincsvilh; .HIM
James Balkcom.
since 1 llTl) ) \u\\: \\"fI' betel'!
The other Hit/ hogs and their sale
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Danielle Horsey, B-4H, received } ; -M At Both Locations, We Offer....
$2,H9! per pound for her 189poundSpot
cross purchased by Triest Construct -

:: Mark inn.Strickland, B-FFA, received Complete Plumules: Repairs & Remodeling J--.40

$1.73 for his 199-lb. York cross purchased Drain & Sewer Cleaning / %
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Jason Smith, B-4H, received $1.40 Water Heater Repair or Replacement

per purchased pound for' by his Community 201-lb Buroc cross State Grand Champ... Complete Mobile Home Set-Ups service

hank ot St.irke. Sabrina Starling shows off her pride and joy the ( l'allcll'halllpiol\ Service Usually Within the Hour! Call
Michael Smith, B-4H, got $1 per I lie suinc show anil sale at the Bradford County Kair.
pound her her 209-pound Duroc cross SI""M'I'Sith Sabrina i arc Florida ;National,; jiank at St.irke President Reasonable Rates.
purchased by Bradford courthouse .J.I1'011111110011 <(tat< left>)> unit David Kihti-iirhlrr representing! the Florida
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County Clerk Gib Brown, Judge (Chuck Smith, B-Io..A. got $1 per pound for his 233 pound Duroc cross AND KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
George Pierce and Sherill Dolph pound for his 204 pound Duroc pur- purchased by Communtiy State
Reddish. ihnscd by the staff of the Bradlord- Bank of' Starke.
Tavis Rogers U-4H, received $1.05 Union Vo-'t'ech Center. Jason Andrews, B-4II, got $1.05 Licensed Free Estimates
per pound for his 134 pound Hampshire :Mama Brown H-FFA, got $1 per per pound for his 184 pound York Insured 24-Hour Emergency Service
purchased by Publix Super- pounc1 (lot her 210 pound York cross cross purchased by Bradford school
in.iikt.-ts. purchased by Florida Pest Control. administrators.:: Locally Owned Senior Citizen Discount
Amy Dowling, B-FFA, got $1.05 David Slai ling, B-4H. $1 per pound Jimmy Kirby, B-4H, got 95 cents
per pound for her 194 pound York for his :223 pound York \purchased by per pound for his 193 pound York
cross purchased by Farmers and the Stark,' Notary (Club cross purchased by Farmers and Call 964-5410 Today!
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:\\ : Lennon U-4II, got 95! cross purchased I by JoldKist. Cristi Crosby Il-F FA, got $2 per Parts. Kevin Kirby U-4H, got $1.15 per Darlene Seay, U-4H, got $2.20 per
cents: per pound for her 210 pound Harold May bun, U4-II got 95 cents pound I'or her 204 pound lamp pur- Justin Redding B-4H, got $1.10 per pound for his 206 pound York cross pound) for her 22a pound York cross
York cross: purchased: by Hobo Tractor per pound lor his 181)) pound York chased by Don Hires. pound for his 228 pound Spot cross purchased by Shadd Trucking. purchased by Mitchell Chastain.
cross purchased by Florida Pest Tommy Balkcom, B-4H got $1.25 purchased? by Bradford Courthouse Rhonda Alvarez, B-FFA, got $1.65! Brad Tyler, U-4H, got $1.05 per
John ltci hart, li-411 I got $1 per Control. per pound for his 209 pound York Officials. per pound for her 223 pound Uuruc pound for his 226 pound lamp pur-
!pound Cur his 215! pound Yuik nu-b Jason Mersey, B4-II, got $1.25 per cross purchased by Publix. Buddy Webb, U-FFA got $1.25 per purchased by Vito's Pi//.a. chased by Publix.
!purchased: by Luke Butler Farm pound for his 1'J'J!! pound Duroc cross David. Harris U-KFA, got $1.15 pound for his 187 pound York cross Eric Nasworth, B-FFA-got $1.25! Pam Andrews, U-FFA, got $1 20
'enter.Knsti. purchased by Whitney Steel. per pound for his 218 pound York purchased by Howard Auto Parts per pound for his 227 pound York per pound for her 206 pound York
Harrison, U-411, not( $1 per Springhill, 4-II Club got $1.50 per cross purchased by Halle, Graham, Michael Webb U-FFA, got $1.25 cross purchased by Quality Plumb Cross purchased by Lake Butler
pound lor her 245 pound York cross pound lot its 'M pound Damp cross Sclmh.Georgie. per pound for his 199 pound York ing.Brad Farm Center.
!purchased, by Community Bank. purchased, by !Pubhx. Seay U-411, got $2" per cross purchased by Farm Credit Whitehead, U-411, got $1.30 Jason Eltxson U-FFA, got $1.40
Amy Tison 1.-411, got $1.10 per Cindy Kline, U-t' 'A, got $1.45 per pound for his 233 pound York purchased Service. per pound for his 20() i pound York per pound for his 206 pound Hamp
i pound, for" her 1KB pound York purchased pound lor her 212 pound York purchased by Roscoe C. Timber. Holly Thomas B-FFA got $1.15 purchased by Prilchett Trucking.
I by loUIKist. by I'uhhx. Jim Godwin, U-FFA. got $1.35 per per pound for her 205 pound York
Scott Andrews, B-4II\ got $1.05! per Tracy Forlncr, U-FFA got $1.40 !pound for his 11M pound York purchased cross purchased by Publix Super
!pound lor. his lutl i iHiimd York cross per pound' lor" her 215. pound York by Spires ICiA.: markets.
l purchased by Puhiix.l.orce cross purchased by Truck Jellrey. Whitehead, U-411, got$1.30 Stacy Klixson U-FFA got $1.15
Ix-iinon U-4II I, got $1 per hog per) pound for his 196 pound llamp |K-r pound for\ her 20B York cross purchased ATTENTION!
pound lor. her 200 (xuind York cross Lisa Moody, U-FFA, got $1.05 per cross purchased by Fritchett Truck- l by Shade! Trucking -- =
purcli.ised' I by NAI'A Aulo Paris, pound for her 233: : |1"llInd i Spot cross ing.Fred Priscilla Welch, B-4H, got $1.35 --
Lake Ituller. purchased by irilhn; ludusb ies. Floyd, U-FFA, got $1.20 per per pound \for her 221 Hamp cross High School Students
Will Andrews, U. 't'A, gut $1.40 .awIl'y! .I-II (Club li-411 got $2,20 pound for his 202 pound York cross purchased by Sonny Andrews.
per pound fair his 21.1\: pound Durov per pound for its lllti pound" York purchased l by Canovu Howard. llollie Sapp, B-4H, got $1 per Bradford Union and School
loss: piiifh.i.sed' by Dean Wiint. cross purchased I by Handy Way Kathie Harris, U-411, got $1.05 per pound for her 228 pound York cross County Keystone High
Andy Smith, It,411, got: tl-30: per Stores and Miller Supermarket pound lor her" 208 pound York cross purchased by Florida National
pound lor" his 218 Duroc cross, purchased Keyslone Heights.linger purchased by 1'ritchelt'rrucking., (H.ink. WE
by David Smith. ( Rowe Jr., Bt't'Aol( $1 John WhiteheadLJ-F'FA' got $1.35: Mall Whitehead, U-FFA got $1.30
Dale l 1'endarvis.13.411! got !>cents per pound lor his 1 I99!)!) pound York per pound liar his 218 pound I lamp per" pound lor his l HIli! > pound York
per pound lor his 2:17: pound York cross purchased bv Puhiix. cross" purchased by !Howard Auto Brass purchased by John Whitehoait HAVE "


I News Briefs -- Thomas Executed YOUR \UBiHr '

eenler line ::1\1!) miles South ol (Lake The accident occurred on Orange" CLASS
at FSI'Daniel 111
Bryan Starling Bill h'l' and collided head-on will a SI reel, loti II. South ol Washington Tuesday J
Arrested for '( Southbound, I'Wl! Ford driven by Sheet Hall was picked up by the Thomas, 37, was executed' '' \-
'ltdt.1I" Feagle Christina FuiirakiT, I, 110) liradlord I Emergency: Service vehicle al 12:14: pun Tuesday, April 15, at RING .
all Keilh SlarlolgIH Kl.l, S,K:.. Seiiind SI., lake! liuller, wasiiiiiniurtd and, Iranspoited, to Bradford Florida Slate Prison, following the '
Itrooki'r, was arrested Tuesday Passengers in the Fe.igleear Hospital, Ilien I Irnlsl'erred! to Baptist Supreme Courts' refusal to further
April I.;, I lj> Oepul.v' David ,\. Tummy Fisher, 2, Louis A. Memorial In Jacksonville by Life delay or block the execution. JostensAmerica's
.Idt'rhullutIlit': "rl-I.II': > Iliehnnu Douglas, |, and Kathy Douglas 1 :H. Flight llclieopler. Thomas was condemned fur the
nl ii-iugc Pierce ol Hi inker. all ol Alaehiia\ were niiired| and The truck was being driven by l)7H! murder of Charles L. Anderson Trademark
The (',lpi.IS lor Ins .incst" was I.1krnIii' .u''ahuspdals'I'heaccident Russell Troy h Hicks at 10-15 mph, according in his rural Polk County home Class Ring
,issued, "I'Yhniar.v' 21, liUHI. and eileil, oeciined on April I.I: al ,iM.:: p.nt.'Troupers to Sgl.. J.It., Nichols of the Authorities said thai Thomas :shot
iluve, "11'11I1' :.: I II) ii.uul (hell' ot ,1 Donald, ('. KnU-ils and Slarku Polite Department Hall Anderson live limes, and raped his
I lirearui.\ 21 Dealing in slolenproper-\ James II. llarleyveie I the intesligunig 101(nut I up. possibly to button his shirt, wile as Anderson bled to death. Professionals will be here
1\l. and .11) fold (Ihell.' I i olliceis. according to witnesses and, lost his Thomas waN a member ol the "Ski
The mini'nuilum. (tiled I"l Assivlanl ba 1,1111'1',111'11 I Hicks dodged a bumpin Mask tang: ," suspected of commit Saturday April 19To
Stall's \1"\.. .. VinVent' J. Patrick G. LeeInjured the road. The truck did not "run ting a series of crimes in central ,
I'.ilinefo. hills Ih.II'a i.I21'.IIIIII'I'; over Hall, as was reported earlier. Florida.It .
nil le \\.is taken l hy Stalling Ironi in Accident Al 610:; p.in., Sgt. Nichols receiveda was the first execution since Help You Select Your Ring
George: 1'iercc til Hriuiker. oitJ.niii.ir.N Patrick' icorge tie, 20, Kt. I 1. message via radio, that 'Hall was in May IUI5! in Florida, and I the 14lh
K Slu'hngittetnptedlusail" / Lake liuller, was carried tIlclma : .fah"'olllhlilln.lIoturcyclist. Florida( execution since the 1U77! Tornado Charms Kr-g{ 22.50() SAI.F.: s 1 s.oo(
I the nlle nil the same Idle,. (:'111'1'011 Hospital\ I with i incapacitating statute aiilhon/.ing the death penal
I'ho" 1'I1.II'g'S .irose I from ,ilniigl.il injuries as result ol a Killed ty was !>a!>s1.! In 1972 the U.S.
> nl, I II he PUTCC residence, inA one-car accident in l. ike liuller. Supreme Court ruled litutilmal WILLIAMS JEWELRY
Int. h lun guns: ucrt' taken, hut only, The, at'culent, occured on Friday In Ia\vley Accident dealth penalty law
niie was iivnveieil A |htl\111114'\ wasnnolted evening, April, at 9:3: () p in. Riley A. Davis, 44, 2H.W: N.K. 50th() and m death row inmates were Bradford Next to Eckerds
in the HiMl, and turned I l.ee was noilhbound on N.Flt :.ird Dr.I Gaioi: 'soil Ie, was killed when hismotorcycle taken oll'lk'ath row and put into the Square -
over ID I IKS lor" disposition.I'heC.ipi.is ) : St., iind tailed to make the curve. "" ruck a pick-up truck at general prison population Some
1.1'11h\..d lor :signet The I'm.! : Chevoriel Camaro struck a the mlei set-don olCIM25andUS-301 !former death row inmates have 964-8485
,M'liMse I roin custody Deputy culvert, became airlxiinc and hit aI last Friday, April II. ,m'e been released on parole
sln'iill Jnhii D"lIlp| > iiivc.sligatcifTuo I ree.Trooper. Thomas !Leonard IJ.irnes, 62.
William u K.ingslonestimated l.auley, was charged with violation
Men KilledIn : damages to (he c.ir to be ol I'Ighlol \\tiy in the accident
Auto Accident $,000. liarnes: topped lor the slop-sign! at I
the inli-i",1'dion, nl CK-125 and US-
William I Allen Fouiakcr, 23:), Camp :NIT, then pulled, (landing, and, William L.unontFe.igle the motorcycle.Neither .
I :.ii, (iamesville, drivers tit Chris Hall 17, loon ol( Jerry. and Dames nor his wife VAt
i\\o veliit-les that colluleil on CU-231 Helen Mall, sustained serious head Geneva: Alice Barnes, who was
wenkill, il in the accident. and internal injuries at 3:14: p.,in. filling in Hie buck, were injured.
'''"I'"k.'I'. driving a 1981 Tuesday alt ernunn when ho lell b.antI Trooper (C.dvin 1'aceiota'stIgnled.,
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Mrs. Bessie Mae funeral services hazel In a room where sunlight strikes with more force at some windows than
Dykes were M. Padgett; son, Jessie of
Mrs Bessie Mae Dykes, 62, of conducted Sunday, Apr. 13 at Santa James A. PadgettMr. Lawtey; three brothers, Carlton M., others, rotate the curtains each time they're cleaned.

Starke her home, died following Thursday an,extended Apr. 10 Illness at- Crosby Fe Cemetery officiating.with Archie Father Tanner Gilbert Law tey. James,died Tuesday Albert Padgett, Apr. 15, at 77,the of Jerry Lake D.Wales and ;Norman two sisters Padgett, ,Nolia all of !............................... ..................
Funeral Home of Starke was in VA Wilkerson of Lawtey and Laura
Hospital in Gainesville, follow-
Born and raised in Macon, Ga., charge of arrangements.In ing an extended illness. Manning of Birmingham, Ala.; one :: HOURS: :Sat.JO ANN'S South 301 Plata
she was the daughter of the late S.W. Born Mar. 15, 1909 in Jasper, Mr. granddaughter and two great- 10.4 ((904)) 984-8547.1
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Able and Ethel Memory granddaughters.Funeral A Gift
Mae Littles Able, Padgett moved to Lawtey seven Speciality Shop
former pioneer residents of Macon. Elizabeth II. Watkins years ago from Jacksonville. He wasa services will be held
She moved to Starke in 1955. April 20, 1985-86 Veteran of WW 11 in the U.S. Navy Saturday Apr. 19 in Highland Bap- :: A Special 11IANKS" to our valued customers who have ..
Survivors include her husband, Go often to the house of your a self-employed cabinet maker anda tist Church at 2 p.m., with Rev. E.P. :: given us a successful year ::
James M. Dykes; son, James S. friend..For weeds choke up the member of Highland Baptist Sheet officiating Jones Funeral .. As we start our second year we will continue to : :
Dykes of Lawtey; three daughters, unused path. Church in Lawtey. Home of Starke is in charge of arrangements give you top
Mrs. Margo E. Deas of Lake City A Friend Survivors include his wife Mrs. quality merchandise(' and "out of the' ordinary" items at competitive :: i
Mrs. Brenda Sweat and Mrs EthelL. ( prices.. :*I
Jordan both of Starke; one sister, Personal service(' i is the cornerstone of our business If vonhaven't *:i
Mrs. Annie Shannon of Rome, Ga.;
three brothers, James Able of Lake shopped at Jo Ann's yet, W(' invite you to come in soon ::

City, Pat Able of California and We Appre/aI'/ : / Your Patronage f
Johnny Able of Orlando and i
; nine .
grandchildren. (-'o..' Anniversary Sale !

Graveside funeral services were :: -/ '" Friday I & Saturday I ::
held Sunday, Apr. 13 at Santa Fe :
Cemetery with Rev. Leon Odom and Season your stewing fruits with anise,cardamon cinnamon or rosemary. : .' 18 I
April 19
The most widespread language In April ::
chie Rev.Tanner James Funeral Steele officiating.Home Ar-in the world Is English,with about 400 :: \j0 CLOSrol T 1)11 S.I".t..d. Iti.ni( ) e
was Ee era. a> a .soars ari a.- .s alto. fala>O awn.I million speakers. :
charge of arrangements. : Shop Farlfoi ( ,,ood i 5'lechun'Start '
THERE'S A NEW FURNITURE OUTLET ***************W*************.* ., _... ..... .
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William T. Scott .' "".''' = --r-' /., ,
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IN TOWN ./' ,'41. i' "A/i iF/ -,/ '",
Mr. William Taylor Scott, 74, of --- -" yO;: '_,"' .; ; 1f'" '''//?"'w.-{'if:"" /:'.
Hampton, died Monday, Apr. 7 in .. I .
summer with the /look
Memorial Hospital of Jacksonville I Located at JI'-I' : I 'thatsgoing PIacesf: ;

following Mr.a Scott Baptist.an was extended a retired illness.millwrightand I OLIN'S I. -. t '" ?' I BEAUT'QN''THE'<: 6iI'(

Survivors include his wife, HOME CENTER :< t : 1 A $20 value this colorful' summer beauty kit Is'yours
Jeruthea Willis Scott; two sons, .' : '' ./' ; I for only$1 with an $8.50 purchase of Merle Norman .
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I 100 W. Starke
Lamar Scott and Charlie Scott, both Hwy. r
of Starke; two daughters, Marilyn II cosmetics, while supplies last Bring this ad to your
Black and Carolyn Sell both of featuring Financing Available' I II participating Merle Norman Studio between April 11 o/jf'/; '
Ashburg, Ga.; three sisters, Emma I ALL NEW FURNITURE and May 3f, 1986. : 411
Gaughf of Lakeland, Betty Lou .
Sellers of Albany, Ga., and Ruby "THIS IS NOT 'TRAILER' FURNITURE! I BEAUTY ON THE GO includes l.mil one. per customer t.,."
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Lamberg of Quincy; brother Nor- Call 964-5606 for more Information summer right hp color, ; ,/J,
man Scott of Chattahoochee; II .TFN I shadow foundation Jiy ." eNW
and - --- wr.aE shoalaaaai saalEas and ( ; / :r
grandchildren 13 great grand- eye pencil :,.Z .
children. ..;&
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Funeral services were held Thurs- : 'fJ.
day, Apr. 10 in the Chapel of Archie NttE J :; .iy, ; ,v s .
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. 'l'
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Johnny Yarbrough officiating Family Hair :: fl\;: :-- '; -
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Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery, ;', .. .;}/ ': < ,' .
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Hampton, under the direction of Ar- 1'6 .- $/.ii. i<' r'.iiiK
chie Tanner Funeral Home of L /i:" ;" !1f ', ,
Starke. Precision Kuts 't 'F:... ,/' :{. lI't'M ,
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Charles O. WhiteMr. ''/,./.. ;rf .. ii/'jf., .. .'.X"." f" .'* .

Charles Owen White 57, of Chris, We Love You! ; '. t '{ ;J' 0/, .. .
Lake Geneva, died Thursday, Apr. J.
10 at the VA Hospital in Gainesville Wo'man.tq.W roan: .' ;
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following an extended illness. I
Born and raised in Clinton,
1
Maryland, he was in the U.S. Navy, %
after which he worked in the air con- %
ditioning and sheetmetal business mERLE'nORII1An ;
until ill health forced his retirement.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. x t
I} Geraldine Norman White; daughter, r
Il Mrs. Charlene Brown of Freemont, 118 S Thompson Street Starke %4. :t55J
" Calif.? two sons, Gary White of Free-
, mont, Calif., and Wyatt Wesley
White of Lake Geneva; sister, Mrs.
Betty Lesser of Clinton, Md.; three
brothers, Freddie White of Glendale,
I Va., John Thomas White of Clinton
r_._ Md.,and Lawrence White. of 111; and ., .. And the Winner Is. >

seven...,,,grandchildren... ,. .-'II.,.............. ... : Mrs. G.T. Parker picturedhere
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with her son, Todd!

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>> Many I thanks to the below named \!<'du .il I. \

4/ sous/,4r -.1 ploiers Post t .HiO() for their help Ibrsitlill "Hi.PI'EKNTF'

r- x.y 5 I- during the Bradford Counts Fair. lni\l" 1

4l/ Douglass, Kim Douglass, 'I'IK'tesa HII !ks. 1 Kiiln. |o.Hildabran .

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CLASSIFIED ADVEITISING should be tubmltted -
to the Bradford County FOR RENTONE HELP WANTEDFULL YARD SALES Always a Winner!
Tetegroph office In writing and paid In -
advance unless credit li already BEDROOM APT In duplex$200 plus TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE SATURDAY: take 301 South to Rd. 221 ,
established with this office. security 329 Center St. Call 4681115. Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and just before tower turn left 9th houseon
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BI Itpd 4/17 Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette the right. ..68.113B. !Itpd 4/17
MILD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FURNISHED ONI BR apt., clean, quiet St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn FRIDAY t SATURDAY:4/18-19. 8 a.m. til.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER adults only. 803 N. Temple Ave. Itpd EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS 2213 Ralford Rd. West 4/17
THI TELEPHONE. 4/17 needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. LARGE SALE: 3 families. Thurs. & Friday.
Claiillled deadline li TUESDAY HOUSE FOR RENT on Edwards Rd. $325 Call Susan Cook 9646220. 12/5TF Something for everyone 430 Center St. M
NOON. prior to Thursday publication per month. Call 431.1854 after 5 p.m. SALES POSITION: Must have sales ex 96. 6210. Itpd 4/17
Minimum charge li 1 13 words for$2.73, 4/17 2tpd 4/24 perience. Call 9645606. Ollns Mobile FRIDAY I SAT 4/18-19. Little girls
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. LARGE 2 BR apartment first floor no Homes TFHAIRSTYLIST clothes, playpen many other Items
pets. Call 964.8498. 4/17TF : Florida Licensed. Must South 301, turn left on SW 14th !Itpd
FOR RENT FOUR BEDROOM, 2 bath house In coun have following. Good benefits Busy 4/17
try. Call daytime, 377.85OO.-.t. or shop. Halrplanes, 964.4645. 2/20 TF SATURDAY: 611 W. Weldon St. Little bit rUlille.9ar
964.8725 eves 4/17 GOVERNMENT JOBS: $16,040 to of everything. Itpd 4/17
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK NICE FURNISHED APT.) 2 BR, living room 59230yr. Now hiring. Call THREE FAMILIES Sat. 8:30: a.m. 962 N.
Mobile Hornet and paces for rent. kitchenette A bath. Sorry no childrenor 804.687.6000, ext. R-5504 for current Temple Ave. Carpet clothes lots of REAkLTlr
Recr.atlonol vehicle. welcome, Phon. pets. 964-5033 or "68-1338.lIpd 4/17 f.d.ralll.t. 3/138tpd 5/1 mist items Itpd 4/17 .
964-7"98.9/16 tfn TWO BEDROOM 1 bath CH/A. Call EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home THURS S FRIDAY: 9 a.m. til .
EFFICIENCIES, studios and one BR apartment 964-5377 after 5:30.: Itchg 4/17 assembly work. For Info. call Westmoreland Tr. Prk. Lot 22 Lots of I.
!. Electricity Included. Low weekly THREE BEDROOM I Bo. Call 964.5377 1-504.641-8003 Ext. 9579. 3/27 4tpd mUc Items. Itpd 4/17 PHONE 964-7776
monthly rates. Palm Apartment, after 5:30 p.m, Itchg 4/17 5/8. FRIDAY: four familiesfamily clothing 205 N. !
3314: N. Temple Ave. tfn RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest bed housewares, lots of everything. Temple, Starke
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. clean cut A MUSTI) References required Itchg 4/17 CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
BA opt For more Information call Lake Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF ; possible $25.000 first year. Ap.
YARD
Butler Apt. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity CLAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On ply D ft S Motors, 207 N. Temple. No SALE/FLEA MARKET: Sat. Apr. 19 "The Heart of America"
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Highway 16 W. Close to prison. phone calls. 4/3TF 9.5 p.m. Antiques, used furniture.
NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished IBR 964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg CRUISE SHIP JOBS) Great Income potential. clothes automotive equipment etc. American Home Week
apartments with kitchens, located next NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown All occupations For Info call ((312)) Cherry St. between Call & Rd. 100.
to Tenneco station In downtown Law office on E. Call St. If you are Interested 742-8620. ext. 362. 4/10 4tpd 5/1 Dealers welcome. 9648012. !Itpd 4/17 April 13-19, 1986

Starke. $50-$7S per week. Call In renting this office and DRIVERS/TRACTOR TRAILER-KLLM Nationwide SATURDAY 6 SUNDAY: stove sewing ONE OF THE BEST BUILT HOMES IN STARKE: 3120 'ft., Coun-
machine
books, womens and girls sq.
964-5139 days or 96..6566 ev... 12/5TF selecting carpet and having input Into Carrier road
now hiring
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now renovating It, call 96..6305. John drivers. Must be 24 with 2 years OTR clothes, material toys, kitchen Items. try Club 162900. Cedar, 3 BR, 2'/ Ba, 125x180 lot, Pella windows -

available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 It. Miller. TF experience Excellent equipment.pay jewelry. furniture, 14K gold 30x32 garage, S'/i yrs. old, designed by Tom Tonnler.
tellings, lights, power now reduced NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS benefits Coll Driver Personnel 4/17 necklace $150 FIRM. 331 Clark St. !Itpd 319 ST. CLAIR ST.: $36,000: Neat 3 BR 1 Bo, city water &
rates. 9648848. 1/9TF US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee,
1.800.647.7610. 86.87
ROOMS FOR RENTi Magnolia Hotel $8 N.C. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing WE ARE LOOKING FOR an Asst. BOATS sewage CHI A. 5 ceiling fans range, refrlg, drapes will remainin

per night. From$35 per week. Discount rafting hiking Blue Ridge Parkway, Manager for our Starke location Applicant home.
offered for longer term. Apply In per mining. New 2 BR cabins, furnished must have completed high 158' TRI-HUIL ski boot with walk CONVENIENT ADDRESS: 1032 E. Call St.: Block and brick
son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Sunset Farm Rd Cabins, Rt. 1 1. Box
school have transportation and
through windshield 1979 Mercury 80 veneer 3 BR. 1'bath, lot is 1191x2511x27977x47.38 and ex
from Post Office. TFLARGI2BRHOUSEI1 216-C Whittler N.C. 28789.
telephone. You must have ability to hp pwr trim. 1982 Dilly trailer, exccond tends to Bessent Rd. Built 1980. 43000.
bath CH/A stove 1-704-497-2200 Ralph Heardman.
make good judgments, handle the water skis, vests & includ
refrigerator. Suitable for couple or 4/10TF public well and be ready to make a ed. 964.6330 days or 964.7717 ropes night. LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing $68,000. Home Is on one
small family. $350/month. Call ROOM FOR RENT need single lady to future for yourself with a rapidly grow. 4/17 2tchg 424MOBILE lot, adjoining lot goes with it. In all 130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2
964.7826.2/20 TF share house with Must
single lady. Phone for Interview
ing Amy
company. Ba incl. all
furniture
LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A have steady Income and no children. Mon-Frl 94 9043586435. carpet range, refrig. purchase optional. I
stove and refrigerator. Suitable for Price negotiable. Call 964-5682 or Itchg 4/17 p.m. HOMES e3 AC.-OKLAWAHA RIVER: High dry, good location. $15.000.I

couple or small family. $350 month. 9645918. Itpd 4/17 STATE CERTIFIED PARAMEDIC with some HOME & 15.5 ACRES: off Rd. 235 NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse,
Coll 9647826. 3/13TF SMALL TRAILER for rent by the month 1 firefighting oxperlence. Apply Brad. FOR SALEIS barn ((2 stalls), creek runs thru property $46,000 terms.
NEWLY DECORATEDi everything furnish or 2 adults only no pets deposit re ford County Emergency Services 812
ed. Will accept one child no pets. qulred. Starke KOA Kampground Hwy N. Grand St., Starke 32091 Phone USED WHITE BRICK & STUCCO: with 3 BR, 1 bath, CH/A, 38000.
Palm Apts.. 2313 N. Temple, Starke. 301 South. 964.8484. 4/17TF 964-6911. Equal Opportunity Employer. one or MOBILE all. Olin's HOMES Mobile: Make Home offer Sales on -2 ACRES 301 S: $94,444; possible to get 2 additional acres or
4/3TF TWO OR THREE BEDROOM mobile
4/172tchg 4/24 904 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg more!
NICE $ BEDROOM apartment with stove homes. Deposit required no pets Also SOMEONE TO remove a load of sod and
1914 DESTINY MH with fireplace $1.500 FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba: on 5 Acres includes garage & solar
1st ALSO 1
and fridge. floor no pets. one mobile home lot. 9648816. Itpd fill dirt from residence. Coll 964.6019 down and take Call
over
BR, some 9648498./ 4/3TF 4/17 payments greenhouse 69000.
after 5 p.m. Itpd 4/17 782.3358 after 6pm. 3/20 TF
CLOSE INi'One bedroom apartment with ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS SuECsRetirement NICE OLDER MH 8x48. with 3 BR, carpet eA JOY TO LIVE IN: Large attractive home in city, approx. 2417
outdoor living space. Recently ROOMS FOR RENT weekly $60 one old required
person Home. First stove liveable $1500 OBO. 964.8790 sq ft. CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001
remodeled Inside. Carpets, drapes, or $63 two people. Free cable and free
live In housekeeper-companion
after 5:30: p.m. 4/10 2tpd 4/17 HANDSOME & PRIVATE 4 BR 2 Ba brick Club.
mini-blinds, frost-free refrigerator, HBO. 964 8876, Sunshine Motel. 4/17 board and salary. 468-2619.3/20 : Country
room 1982 MOBILE HOME
3 BR 2
garbage service and antenna services 2tpd 424FURNISHED TF Call 964.4824 after: 14x70 4pm. 4/10 3tpp bq Assume mtg. of $50,000 8.75% int. Owner will hold 2nd mtg.

Included.In. rent. 9648601. 411 OTF : weekly and monthly rates. PART-TIME SALESPERSON: Apply in per. 4/24 MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen, 2

and Variety lawn of care.rentals Jo.Lu free Motel maintenance A MH Park son Starke Housing Center 964.4174. LIKE NEW 1985 Fleetwood 14x70: BR. 2 utility rooms 2 car garage, fireplace, CH/A on one acre. t
** SEELIG'SSMALL 964 8810. 4/17TF Itchg 417PERMANENT Ba :island kitchen up grade carpeting SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer
POSITION: Exp. legal Only $880 down $230/mo. Includes I
CRANE SERVICE FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE: 2 story, 315 N. handsome brick and cedar home 37'/2' 4 BR 2'/'
secretary, top salary fee. LIFE IN- set up, delivery, Insurance tog 8 title a on acres, I
Walnut St. $350 per month. ALSO 3 BR SURANCE SALESPERSON WANTED Starke Housing Center 964.4174. Itchg Ba plus nice barn. $133,000
Its\ 18" house 518 N. Clark St., $175
Auger per
month 964.8404. Itchg 4/17 Please bring resume and references 417WHY 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian, 1 lot Jefferson
For Pole Setting EXPERIENCED MEDICAL TRANSCRIBER RENT when you can own this 14x64, .
Jack I E. Seelig 964.4225 1 & 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY no lease, clean WANTED full or part-time. Experienced 2 BR. 1 1'1 Bath large living room with St.HAVE
and quiet South of Starke on 301. Work YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
I I. in ..tpd20 964.5687. Itchg 4/17 only apply. on productionbasis. vaulted paneled ceiling for only $559 I
W. W. Professional Services 218S. down and $167/nio Starke Housing block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.
Walnut St., Starke, 964-7777. Itchg Center. 9644174. Itchg 4/17
t t. Crawford Rd. plus four chicken barns a good going business.
TWO BEDROOM mobile home utility
CARS & TRUCKS pole and front porch. Very good condition Owner financing Buy all or partl
$500 down and take over low NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. E r
1980 CHEVY PU New 350 engine monthly payments. Call anytime, Owner financing.

Customized. $4,000. Call 1376.1866 782 3603. 4/17 2tpd 4/24 OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR.1'/2 Ba, op.
(G'ville) between 8 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. 12x72 MOBILE HOME, 3 BR, 2 baths 1 15,
Um 3/27 tfn. acres CH/A WW carpet water conditloner :' prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced

1975 CHRYSLER NEWPORT air completely furnished $16000 backyard. If you have $7,500 owner will hold 1st mtg. and you
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I 964-5065 automatic radio runs good. 1000. 964 8970. Itchg 417BEN'S pay balance in 20 years.

11 9647509. Itpd 4/17 HOUSE TO RENT.

r,1 1976 FORD RANGER XLT pickup truck COUNTRY LIVING: CB 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range refrlg..
V8 AT PS. PB, RSH topper runs
I jv REALTOR "wiling1r good. $1295. Phone 473.4508. !Itpd 4/17 DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. 49600.

F houses; GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath 19900.

: AC & BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH CH/A, 100x200 lot, 20000.

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I ILocated It. WANTED PREFERRED PROPERTIES

t. Refrigeration 14 plus Acres . . . .SW 75th St. . . . $35,000

WANTED TO RENT trailer lot In StarkeLowtey Near Hampton Lake

on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 area. Call 782.3026 or 475.2987 782.3564 Lawtey 4 Ac off Laura Ch. Rd. . . Vacant Prop.. . . $10,000

-- after 6 p.m. 2tpd 4/17-24 301 Dairy Queen . . . Building. . . . $89,000
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTICAir
,- 2 lots W. Madison . Owner Financed. . . $27,500
RESIDENTIALI Conditioning
I r 4 acres Griffis Loop . . Vacant Prop. . . $16,000

I t r rJ FLORILANDREALTY Central or WindowDehumidifiers Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16 . . . $9,500

Mimosa & Bessent . . .3 lots . . . ea.$6,900
Auto & Truck
5 Oaks Subdiv . . . . 1 Hot. . . . $10,000

I 964-7700 ICE MACHINES & ICE MAKERS Hwy.l6W. . . . .Lots1&2 . . . $10,000

393 N. Temple Ave. Rentals Crosby Lake . . . Lot 22 . . . $17,000
w Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI
f American Home Week RepairsREFRIGERATORS Country Club . . . . Lot 7. . . . . $8,000

The Heart of America FREEZERS, 301 North . . . .10 b lots . . . . $125,000

STOVES, WASHERS, DRYERS Country Club . . . Lot 9. . . . . $9,500

-3 BEDROOM, 1 bath nice home, low Home Repair andA Sampson Lake . . . .2 lots. . . . ea.$17,9OO

$30s. Few Used Models Sampson Lake . . . 1 lot . . . $21,900
-I ACRE: with well; owner finance. Free Notary Services
'LOTS: Graham area owner financing TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt
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1 acre up. A Reasonable Cost
# L -S ACRES 476' on 301 South. EVENINGSBILL
LOTS: toned for trailers, '/. acre to DODD 964.7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188
I *BEAUTIFUL 4 BR, 2 bath In country club central vacuum intercom I Ben or Don On Call
I'/i acre, owner financed $500 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593
JOHN GREENE 533.2121
[garage door opener,fireplace, even a hot tub and many other extras. auto I I dawn. 24 Hours- 782.3564
|motivated _, Commercial Bullding--Call for NOVIS WARD 964.7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.1408RANDY
.details. I (7 tpdl7 CORY 475-2597
*LOVELY HOME over 2100 tq. ft. brick veneer 3 BR, 2 boo workshop double
garage, kitchen equipped just out of city limits on 3/4 acre. P
*YOU SHOULD SEE THIS oak shaded lot with MH and 2 built-on porches, 2 BR, 2

ba, Klngsley lake area.
*WESTMORELAND ST.i: walk to everything from this 3 BR, I ba C8 house, nice HOMES WITH ACREAGE
shaded 'lot well built home, only 32000.
*BEAUTIFUL LOT on W. Madison has 2 BR, 1 ba fenced ready to occupy or use 1 I d I A HOME THAT DARES TO COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE

a* rental unit.WATERFRONT. 'Broker BE DIFFERENT: situated on 2 but convenient to city. You
2 BR, 1 ba and family room, screen porch on Crosby Lake,
acres. 1700 ft. featuring can have up to 29 beautiful

35000.*2 IMMACULATE CB HOMES move In one and rent the other or buy just one. 964-4522 foil-Tim*Associate* 3BR's 2 Ba's, den, liv rm kit, acres with this beautiful

Each priced In the $40s. DAVIDt DODGE, MS AD. din rm dbl Insulated win. spacious 3 BR 2'/ bath home

ONI ACRE with fix-up mobile home only 10000. STARKE. FL..' lgnot *LIKI NEW OWl with everything and pool workshop and etc., on 1 acre. South 301. Plata. "' dble carport w/storage bldg. MUST BE SEEN TO
to discuss terms.
Owner*KEYSTONE willing AREA brick veneer 3 BR, 2 bo swimming pool chain link fence, Of AtTDICKSQN, f Am KAY ELDER Priced to sell at $73,200. BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.

also lake privileges. All this priced mid $60s. Fri.3:30..m., Add') acreage avail. MH ON 4-plus ACRES with

*NICE 3 BRt 1 bath. CB and brick home on 2 acres, paved road. Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Appraisals A; R, KITE ,SUZANNE. KITCHENS FOR LEASE OR SALE: 3BR, 2 highway frontage. Only
*JUST OFF PRATT STi 'large 4 BR 2 ba CB home or use as 2 opts, chain link fencIng baths on 2 acres CH/A, 17500.

and BRING ON THE HORSES &
w/fireplace. Near FSP
flnc.
*j LOTS IN TOWN and duplex on 25,000 and owners
*TWO MOBILE HOME UNITS less than 2 yrs. old Klngsley area (great rental) for Residence Farm Commercial Business Lawtey Correctional, $49,900. CATTLE: 49 acres, 3 BR home,

owner fine available e Your Full Service Real Estate Office e EXCELLENT BUY: Large on hwy. Priced right excellent .

COMMERCIAL home on 1.76 acres, cleared terms.

*HWY 301 we are offering for sale-oil company. or will sell land and building 97% Financing Available for garden. Separate well & IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3 BR;

only. Pleas call Irene at 964-5065 or 964 51 42. septic tank for MH., 38000. 2 ba, eat-In kit., great room,
On Selected
*INVEST IN THIS commercial unit, |olnk Bradford Square, already rented or Properties
3 BEDROOM HOME: three. carport, owner fin. $51,500.

open*COMMERCIAL your own business PROPERTY Water St. between 100 and 230 LOOK ME OVERI I Call for AFFORDABLE LIVING: This car garage on 21 acres, including 5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In

LAND appt. to see this beautiful 3 neat and clean 2 BR 1 bath is 19 acres of nearly I pasture, 3 BR, 2 Ba, super kit.

*BUILD YOUR HOME or put MH on this 2'/t acre. Priced to sell at $7,500. Owner BR, 2 Ba home featuring a formal In a quiet neighborhood mature pine. Only $72,900. chen. $71,900.

financing.! ) LR, DR, FR w/fireplace, minutes from town. Only ..;
Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR 964-4048 large kitchen. In city, best $24,900. The Heart of America Rental Available
Sale.ManagerEvenings May 1-Sept. 30
REALTOR ASSOCIATES location. COUNTRY CLUB AREAl [American Home Week
Furnished 2 BR 2Ba
Irene L.Faulkner 964.5142 Tom .m.nt 964.6439 PINEBREEZE S/Ds Brick 3 brick, 3 BR, 2 bath, eat-in kit. April 13-19 Doublewide $350/mo.,

Loul.Young 964.7525 Marty Russell 4737694L BR, 1 '/. bath priced to sell, chen, LR, Family room, sun

.Hard.nbrook 964.6527 Karen Adam. 964.4002 29950. porch, large lot. Owner anx Building Lots Mobile Home Lots, and Acreage

LEE HARDENBROOK.APPRAISALS *LAKEWOOD AREAi Ex. 10 us. Available In All Areas.
964-4527 ecutive home In an exclusive SOUTHGATE AREA:

* area with access to Crosby Beautiful contemporary 3 BR See us for your commercial and Industrial property neeas.

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

Rentals Available throughout. 4 BR, 2 bath with Priced to sell for only $52,900. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Propertiesmany
Carol Warner. REALTOR ASSOC. amenities. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call usf!
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REAL ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE NOTICE PERSONAL SERVICES REAL ESTATENorth

OUT OF AREA SALE
FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Carolina
BRADFORD LIMEROCK to the Lake Region Monitor office FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING Mountains I

BUCKHORN CREEK country living. 1150. THREE BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A, 2 SALES In writing and paid In advance Hand. rubbed oil finishes Call Joe ONI ACRI located In the mountains, I
ocre recorded landlvision In Northwest Llmerock t Fill Dirt unless credit Is already establishedwith 473 2521. 4/3 tfnchg this
baths, LR/DR. fireplace, breakfastroom good access, large trees covers
Florida. 50% told 2 or more acre 20 yd. semi-load only this oHlce.MONITOR SINGLES Find that someone special
room. 560 Glendale St. tract. Owner needs to sell $6500 pay
game
parcels, county graded roads, trees, 964.5468. 3/ 13 TF Phone 782-3172 5/23 tfchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD through Lakeside Singles Club, Rt. 2 $1000 down assume loan.
beautiful Florida mountains. 290 Box 2641. Melrose, FL 32666. Send for
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
LOG HOMES: over 40 rustic models to STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at
obov. sea level Electric telephone, choose from. Send for FREE Doublewide Home Center located CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER appllcation-ages 18 to 60.4/10 tfnchg CHALET 3 bedroom, 2 bath two
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school bus. mail delivery good soil BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not THE TELEPHONE. UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs, levels, one mile from town lovely setting

hunting fishing, fresh water clean air. Route 1. Box 84CF Moss Tenn. 38575. trailer furniture) 61 J 3 tfnchy Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon couches. campers Addison Upholstery large deck overlooking mountains
$1500 $2000/acre. Total down payment I 18002313695. fcan 86.86 FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for prior to Thursday publication. 473.2452.4/10.5/1 excellent location. Built-in
$200 per parcel Owner financing up to STARKE HOME on graded road by Textile sole at Olin Home Center located on Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.73 CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction cabinets, very private. All for $55,000
10 yr at 12.50/0. Free brochure, Frank then 10 cents for each word thereafter truck mounted equipment. C & B
Town. Laige 2 BR, lBo, new kitchen Highway 100 West This Is not trailer pay $5000 down, assume loan
A. Pierce. P.O. Box Flo CARPET CLEANING. Keystone Heights
277 Chipley
furniture 6/13 tfnchg
cabinets, stove, ref., microwave,
32428 telephone 904 638-7606. Icon carpet 2 acres. fenced yard large AKC TOY POODLES for stud: 964.423B. FOR RENT 4737770.CHGUARD. HALF 3/20-4/24 Off ON SCOT- TWO ACRES Short distance from Mur

86.90HERCALA oaks, nice Must see. $35,000.413.4422 1/23TF DYKES SERVICE 6tpd CO. A/C and phy, good garden spot ready to build
ACRES Citrus County after 5 p.m. 4/17 4tpd 5/8 USED FURNITURE hospital bed 2 BR LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $250 weekly Repair an. Owner said sell $9800 pay $1800
beautiful five acres plus Power pole, THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath home on Bes- wheelchairs walkers, sofas, chairs, plus deposit. 4733856. lOtchg major appliances. Sell used appliances. assume loan.
old well septic Partially fenced Flat sent Rd. $59,000. 964.4635. 4/17 2tpd antiques and more Browns Used Furniture 327.529LAKE Well service, submersibleand

cleared land. 50000. Terms available. 4/24 110 E. Call St., Starke. 3'20 GENEVA 2 BR 1 BA, ceiling fan, |let pumps 4733085. 4tpd These are a few of over 2000 listings

Principals only. 1-516.586.7951 eves HOUSE ON LARGE LOTi 2 BR, 1 bath 4tchg 4/10 stone fireplace, greenhouse, storarge 3/27-4/17 Roads We have all types of property from
TRACTOR WORK
lean 86.88 priced to sell Apply at 726 Laura St HALF PRICE! Large flashing arrow signs shed, fenced yard white sand beach, scraped mow- $700 per acre and up. We have small
LAND FOR SALE mountain land by Itpd 4/17 $2991 Lighted non-arrow $2791 deck $500 monthly. Weekdays 9-4 Ing and roto-tllling 4732330. IQtpd tracts. We also have several cabins,

owner $100 down, owner financing. 2 FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath double car Nonllghted $2291 Free letters! War. 475.5640; weekends, 475-1345. 4/3 3/27.5/29 houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today
acre tract views, easy access, private, port, on 1 acre in country screened ranty Only few left this price. See tfnchg NEED TYPING DONE Reasonable, efficient for a free listing brochure. You can

nice building sites, I hr. North of porch. Coll daytime 377.8500, ext locally. Factory: (800)( ) 423.0163. NICE QUIET AREA! 2 2BR 1 BA par .50 computer printout Call 473 letter.4648 quality.and call free by dialing 1-8oo.43B.1421.
Marietta Call 1.404- 276.2121. 279 964 8725 eves. 4/17 Itchg anytime. fcan 86.92 tially furnished $200, 2 BR, unfurnished $2 per page. Write or call todjy.Cherokee.
.
Will call
1 404 276 3668. lean 86 89 leave message. return tfnchg
TWO FORD VAN SEATS with adjusters, $150; 1 BR furnished CH/AC. $175. Land Co.
THREE BEDROOM one bath home with 3/27
like new $100. 9647498. 4/10 4tchg Call anytime, 475.2812.2tchg:; 4/17.24 Murphy NC 28906
CH.A and separate garage Beautiful' RN WILL PROVIDE CARE for the elderlyIn
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 5/1 8tpd 4/17.6/5
neighborhood. 964.7076 after 5 p.m. TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes Across her home. Price Includes professional
HOT WATER HEATER 30
$25.
Itpd 4 17 964-6606. 4/17 gas gal. from lake $155. Partially furnished care, meals, laundry, activities CARS TRUCKS
BRICK HOME with 3 BR. I bath on 3.64 nc Mr. Phillips, 473.7560. 2/13 20tpd 6/26 and all amenities For further Information ,
PORTABLE DISHWASHER Sears,
acres. CH A, ww carpet pecan and ) call 475.1951.6tchg 4/3.5/8 & BOATSFORD
OWN YOUR OWN butcher block top good condition.
Jean-Sportswear. tiees 50000. 964 8970. Itchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTYTWO HOUSECLEANING In Keystone and
pear
ladies apparel childrens. large size, 4 17EHREE Asking $100 964.5303. Itpd 4/17 Melrose area. Reasonable rates. Ask
combination Proven marble-sized Aquoclde FAIRMONT 1978 6 cylinder, 4
store pellets
petite maternity .
BEDROOMS CH/A. ceiling fans for Pattle or Barbara 473 7706. 2tpd
accessories Jordache. Chic Lee. L.vl.) spread like grass seed Works effectively STORY MASONARY BUILDING 139E. door Good condition. PB/PS/AC. Lot
E Z Street, Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin 15x15 'family room patio double pecan 8shade at any depth For facts call Call St, Starke, FL. Clyde W. Simpson 410.417HANDYMAN work of recent work done, very good tires
lot SERVICE ,
trees corner carport yard
Klein Sergio Valente. Evan Picone Liz I .800.328.9350. Aquaclde Company 356 6849. 4tchg 4/3.24 $1300 or best offer. Call ionic Wiles,
walking distance to town. A buy garden roto-tilling, chain saw work
Claiborne. Members Only Gasoline.Healthtex 308 Prince St. Dept FLC P.O Box 473.3971. 2tpd 4/17-24
.
at $38.900 Appointments Chaplain tree trimming and removal, trash haulIng
over 1000 others $13,300 to 65367 St. Paul, MN 55165.0367. Icon WANTEDCARPOOL 14 FT. BOAT Lapstrake. fiberglass, no
Redding 964.7561. 4/172tpd4/24 kind of odd job repair and
any
$24.900 inventory training fixtures, 86 85 windshield seal or controls Refurbished
NICE 4 BR 'frame home on large fencedcity maintenance. Call 473.3321.4tchg
grand opening etc Can open I 15 days lot. New stove waterheater HOMELITE GENERATOR 8 hp 3500 WANTED KH/Galnesvllle 4/105/1 takes up to 40 HP motor. Will

Mr. Sidney ((404)) 252.4489. llpd 4/17 close carpet to school 35000. watts, used 5 hrs $800. 964.6482. Can M.F. 95 UF vicinity Call Judy. HOUSECLEANING Reasonable rates. swap for 10/12 ft.. aluminum flat bot
LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING North be seen at Adventure Homes 4/17 tom boot Call 473 2505. Itpd 4/17
372.3557 4/10.4/17
372 7734 or 462 3998. 4/17 6tchg 5/23 weekdays. 2tchg Landra Burgess, 473.3629. Days orevenings.
American Van Lines needs 4tchg 5/8
2tpd 417.24MISCELLANEOUS
If need TWO MARE HORSES 3/4 1/2
owner/operators you training Morgan or FOR SALE
PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN Lost
we will train you. You will operate Quarterhorse. $400 each or $700 for _

your own tractor If you don have both Call 473.2057 after 8 p.m for JOHN DEERE TRACTOR 40 HP diesel,
one. NorthAmericon offers a tractor LINK FENCE! : Installed Free more Info. 4/17 2tpd 4/24 $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador power steering 6' box blade and
purchase program that can put you in a estimates Handy.Man Fence Co GERMAN SHEPHERD: beautiful male mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectl! mower. $4000. Call 4732730. 4/3

new tractor for $2,500 down. If you ore Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559. tfn well mannered house broken, good 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee" Road. ble Items and antiques. Used furniture, tfnchg

21 or over and think you may quality GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, with children spayed has all shots, Answers to 'Minor. 473.7162. 4/3 glassware jewelry and much more. 4'X10' ALUMINUM roofing or siding, 14'
we'd like to send you a complete Infor etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY $100. Also 2 Cocker-mixed puppies, tfnchg Come see for yourself One mile east 9" trusses with 2' overhang: 12' 4"

motion package. Call any weekday 964 6078 Orders also taken in Lake four mos. old housebroken, shots $25 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. trusses; 4"X4" by 8' or 10'. 473.2211.
Toll free 1 18003482191. Ask for Dept Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights,, each. 4682543. Itpd 4/17 HELP WANTED 473.2183. 4/10 tfnchg 4tpd 43.24FREEZER

97 fcan 86.91 473 4973. 2.26 tfn SUPERIOR COACH: 28 ft. motor home, RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP Sears Coldspot, 18 cu. ft. excellent
WANTTODRINKTTHAT Class A. Like new, 1973 model 50.000 COSMETOLOGIST Redkln scientific full Needs men's, women's and children's condition 4732505. Itpd 4/17

LAND FOR SALE 'S YOUR BUSINESS miles. 473.3627 after 7:30: p.m. $17.500 service salon. Desire to learn and spring and summer clothing nowl 11 23,000 BTU SEARS Window air conditioner -

WANT TO STOP? OBO. Moving must sell 4/17 2tchg license required. Doris Hair. Clinic. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 220 volt very good condition.
THAT'S OURS 4/24 475.2211. 21chg 4/10.4/11 o.m.-5 p.m. Highway 21 North $150. 473.7737. Itpd 4/17
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement Alcoholics Anonymous TOY POODLES: one black female and BABYSITTER WANTED Monday.Friday. Keystone Heights. 473-3)06.) 4/10 .

3500. $350 dn, $70 per mo. Call 964-4150-964.6894.964-6219 one silver male Phone 964,4238. Itpd Call 475.2684. 1tpd 4/17 tfnchg YARD SALE
964 5606. 1,03 tin pd thru 5/15 4/17 HELPER WANTED Experience In carpen BINGO-AMERICAN LEGION POST
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines CHICKEN HOUSE EQUIPMENT: 14 try and concrete preferred 473-3B21. Hwy 21 N. Sunday afternoon 2.5.
ROAD $3.000. no down payment $70 reloid Serving Bradford County for 10 chicken house fans $50 each; Kubota Itpd 417HOUSEKKEEPER SATURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock with a YARD AND PLANT SALE April 19.

per mo. Call 964.5606. 1,03 tin years Bradford' Septic Tank Service. tractor 'for use inside chicken houses. Mon-Frl. 4:30 $200 JACKPOT. Open to public. 5tchg Highway 21 to Woodland Jo Kings
LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after 964.8121.10/17 TFchg fertilizer slirigeri and spreader, 2 egg a.m.-11oo: am. or may live In. 3/27.4124 Road (follow signs): 8'a.m-2 p.m.

5. call 964.5251. 3'07 tin SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes carts. 300 sheets of 2x8 styrofoam References required. 473.4073. tpd 1 Itchg 417SATURDAY .
FIVE ACRE homesites. Owner. 964.5944. cleaned oiled and adjusted $15 Used Best offer 485.1474. Itchg 4/17 I 1 4/17 HOUSES FOR SALEBY 84pm., Keystone Club
Estates Take right at entrance, 1st
3/27 4tchg 4, 17 sewing machines for sale. James REGISTERED DOBERMAN shot. ears house on ,left Miscellaneous Items.
LAKE HAMPTON OAKS LOT No. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy clipped 1 yr., make offer 964 4198 OWNER $5000 and assume 10% installment Itpd 4/17

25-located on US 301 ten minutes from 16 Starke 964.8733. 12/5TF after 6 p.m. Itpd !/!! j| LAND FOR SALE mortgage. 473-7619 after APRIL 19 10 a.m. Follow signs, 1 mile

Starke. 20 minutes from Gainesville HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting electrical SEVERAL ITEMS pit couch set, top condition 4 p.m. 5tpd 3/27-4/24 west of Melrose. Chain saw, .heavy duty
1.01 acre in nice neIghborhood. 5000. complete home repair. tilt lounger with ottoitian, 3 LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. WATERFRONT ON LAKE SERENA shampooer. Items.
rug more
Call 496.0067. No collect calls 4/3 4tpd Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. trunks, antique coffee tablqj :small Owner will finance. $164 per month. Melrose 3 BR 3 BA greet room Itchg 4/17 I many

4/24 Call Mitch, 473.3940. 1/9TF desk Western Union fold top d4 sk. occasional 473.4367. 4/10 tfnchg 't. CHI AC. beautifully landscaped, very FRIDAY SATURDAY 9.5. Sunday 15.
PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all choir ant. 3 drawer chest LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One .
serene., $69,500 by owner. 475 2546. Toys gamed, furniture, ,
phases obedience, personal of' drawers t i Presto acre wooded lot. $17 Cat! 13.7162 compul..r.cloth.
protection .bed and chest 5001 4tpd 4/3,24 .., glosses, typewriter,
MISCELLANEOUS show ring. Experienced all heater washer-dryer, old VVjsternUnion offer 5. 3/27 tfnchql) 4Ar' \:.* lAKE BROOKLYN! '. P.rJm..1.9c\tjo.p..c.) ) telescope, riding mower bikes more

breeds 964.5732: or 964.7100.3/13 TFEUNICE'S typewriter,. ant. t CHARLOTTE's WEBB reasonable priceson TRACTOR SERVICE: disking aquarium stand gun rack woll urlo -r..", BA furnished complete, treed ,fenced, -- ..t H9ht-follow signsMpd-
new and used items Clothes, mowing blade work garden work. shelf new Coleman stove deck ative 'Vt acre plus., $82,000 obo ,..
shoes. crafts. alterations. 964.7100 or Free estimates Have tractor will lamp 2 ant. table radios, I llj hted 3057938199 4trh. Anni
964.5732 or 964.8569. Consignments travel 782.3469 or 9648230. 3/13 TFI nativity scene Call; 469.I 340 after 5 I i

always welcome 3/13 TF I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT in my home p.m. Itpd 4/17 ---------J. BROADWAY & WALTERSShop
days Phone 964.7321' 4/10 417I f- '
2tchg CENTRAL AIR UNIT: 4 ton, $5oo' firm -! NEEDED \(
BRADFORD HUMANE SOCIETY: puppies I URGE AND CHALLENGE all D.O.C. stnff Phone 964.4070. Itpd 4/17 ) .
ready for adoption. Small donation required to register to vote before August\ 3, GOOD CROSS-TIES 8 ft. long. 4681455. C Executive Legal i I & Compare I 11 I TREE SERVICE

toward neutering 2 Beni| 1986. Mr. R H. Hau. Itpd 4/17 424KandPelntedand I
4/17 2tpd for New Insurance forMobile
Secretary
females. 1 part Collie female. 1 bull PIANO LESSONS still some openings : [ Special Parks Removal I
mix. mole; 1 female 1 yr. old, part left Call Debbie Woodfm 964.8740. Law Firm I Home
dobie. already neutered For ,information Itpd 3/27 I All types of homeowners Trimming

964 8288, 964.4813. 964 5569 Itpd yx e.c pollciesfor Removal
4/17 SandblastedSigns. Signs I mobile homes Stump

FOR SALE Truck, Boat. 829.0070 Apply.R. i Call for Quote Firewood
Window Lettering A. Green, Jr. *

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month.No t BUlboards Magnetic. Slgns-Wood. Foam, P. O. Drawer 938 Olin's Mobile Free Estimate
Plastic Letter Slgnage Systems for t
down payment. Call 964 6946. tfn 473.7097 473.7679
RENT/LEASE Businesses. Communities, Condos Starke .
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. W Home Sales I

$14 99 per month. Call 964-6946. tIn Sub-Division 829.0070 t....._M__.____..IKhB4/1. After 5 P.M.

NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with Elaine M. Olin, Agent Keystone Heights
detachable speakers (jam box), Sears, ,
Clyde Streets W. Simpson: 2 story, 356.6849.masonry 4/10TF building like, new only $85. 782.3660. im TF 964-5606 1f Licensed& Insured Ifn

VW PARTS: 'for sale: no motors; body

parts. trans axle. etc Gary 964.8569. ;: SPEND YOUR VACATION
LOSTFOUNDLOST 3/20 TF .1). .. II'. '_ J )
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale at 41! I --, .. '.
360/390 4bbl manifold, ; motors C.6 S ST. AUGUSTINE OCEAN RESORT ; I itSIU5I
OR STOLEN: 5 month old Brittany BARGAINS FROM J J
42 Ibs. white FMX transmissions. rear ends, etc, On Beach Tennis 'Pool 'Ocean
Spaniel puppy weighing Kitchen i Lavatory Faucets
miscellaneous body parts, tires & mag I Ie. The Bargain Center .
and freckles 'Color
nose.Missing
wrown spots on wheels Gary 964.8569. 3/20 TF Everything Furnished 'Linens Cable TV $10.93X0,1 .
since Apr. 9 in the Lake Hampton -
FIBERGLASS DOG BOX for fullsize fleet- Sleeps 4.6 'Beautiful 'Better Than Condo 4' uu atlon Weatherstrlpplng
Oaks area. This puppy "is brother to ; ---U
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pair and the remaining .is moaning side pickup. $75 964 5812.TFce No Pets '2 ml. N of Crescent Beach I 4* i cQ 11 .0 12.2 NMB Wire
4x4 PARTS Vt
CHEVY ton anything
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collect himself 468 to .death 2994 or REWARD.373.1917 Please 4/ 17 3tpd call need--Axles, front or rear, auto .$200 per week I Reserve Today I Well Pumps '. ,., '11.95 2SO' Felt 6.50 per roll/
From $139,95 JlJJ';; "]
transm. transfer cases, 2 differenttypes
5/1 ; spring lift, blocks big U bolts. ." Call Owner 1-471-5636 4/10 3ichg "2'Tim's Mohlle Home l Lgh( pol.. Cabinet a Electrical Plumbing Supplies

Call 964.5812. TFceJanet Coulkln9\
HELP WANTED .. BARGAIN CENTER INC. ,

KITCHEN WORKER Steel R.llln9 % JO,000 Miscellaneous Items and Salvage ?"*'lna

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Night Shift. Lee & Willle.Mae 964-6679 Hwy. 301 South Starke

M.: Custom Cabinets ) '
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Dishwashing prep cookingand \ 1
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general duties. Cooking StarlingRealtor (

experience helpful. No phone New Construction Remodeling .I .'"

the Cabinets Tile Ceilings BULLDOZER WORK WANTEDCall
calls. Apply In person at COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Starke. I

front desk. Large corner lot 2 bldgs. currently Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall 964.5606
((904))
ECONO LODGEU.S. rented $50000 Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting) ... : i -

02 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, 29900. In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone -
301 North HOUSE U MOVE Make offer Free Estimates Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 2'20"

964-7600 REDUCED TO $39,900 1.8 ACRES '
Call Tim Thompson
with older home, beautiful pecan _
"'hq' i 11 trees
964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves

'mobile IS ACRES home Older$47.500.home and DW TF THIS MONTH Homes Beautiful of N. Fla.

11.9 ACRES: 1 Well 3 septic tanks, SPECIAL
215 E. Call St. StarkePhone
FILL DIRT j pond pole barn $33.500 CUT BRICK ,
oS ACRES $12.500.; 10 ACRES FOR LEASE 9646766Stucco
and 25000. Excellent Terms 964"8
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04 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500. A13rg62Available April 15 848

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Carpet (Any $ -1 Scotchgard \t'011\ May Divide ,yr or ''laid A I, '( Insulated;


Cleaning Room 495 Is New WALMART SHOPPING CENTER Stone iw. ./:' Windows

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Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED ,EDM'--- ) FOR SALE BY OWNERBuilding

We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleanIng .

and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality and Yard Sale. Final Sale Saturday, April 19 at 9 a.m. to 2

work at low low prices. Call now to make an appointment. 60x72 3 new roof
acres
off 100 on Griffis Loop. C.B. Building on ,
ticninr'itit'npisrount' No Milt'.w Charge Free Advice p.m.

appliances. Backhoe also 2 story C.B. Duplex in Starke.
,,, Rooms over Call 964.4997 Call Memberaf;; ..

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I r Union County Ads """'\ g Landfill Clay County Hours Chris Campbell from page I Ilunds


Change Monday

NOTICE OUT OF STATE PROPERTYNorth fP Effective to continue treatment lor Donations can be sent to any
Monday, April 28, the
Chris when he comes home.
hours of operation for all Florida Federal Savings and Loan
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b*tubmilted Carolina MountainsOne Have you ever wished that landfills will change Clay County Medications and lotions will be Association in Florida through the
to th. Union County 1im t ofIk acre located In the mountains,good you were In a position to a.m. and remain until to open 6 at 8 sent to him through Canada by Tony Chris Campbell Fund. The drive is
unless* In writing and paid In advance access, large trees covers this tract. own a swimming pool but seven days a week.open p.m., Degabriel, who is president of sponsored by the First Baptist
cr.dlt I I. already .>:"bll.h.dwith Owner needs to sell $6,500. weren't sure that you could Any Canada's Foundation for Chronic Church in Starke.
Pay
this offlc.. 1.000 down o..um.loon. afford such a luxury? Well questions can be answered! by <$,1.. Iliunngm, 4. 1'n."n'n
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT IE HELD having YOUR OWN pooldoesn't telephoning the Clay County Road
Chalet three bedrooms, !
2 baths
2
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN levels, 1 mile from town, require a fortune Department at 284-6335. 269-6335 or "Poise: The art of raising the eyebrows Instead of the roof." I
lovely setting 47-MI7II: : I
CLASSIFIEDS With the
anymore modern
WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER large deck overlooking mountains Howard W. Newton
THE TELEPHONE construction techniquesand -- ----
Clo..lf.d d.odlln. It TUESDAY. excellent location. Built-in the standardized plans
NOON prior to cabinets;; very private, all for $55,000. that Dynamic Pools has to
Thursday publication.
Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75. Pay $5.000 down assume loan. otter, you can have the poolof MEN'S HEALTH
then 10 cents (for .och word thereafter. Two acres short distance from Murphy, your dreams lor a lot less BRADFORD
good garden spot, ready to build on. than you think.
Owner said sell $9,800. Pay $1,800 Prices Start At Get fast, free, confidential Information
down, assume loan. : by calling Tel:-Med and asking
REAL ESTATE These are a few of over 2.000 listings.We $5,900INSTALLED PRINTERS I to have one of the following
have all types of property from tapes played for you. Just dial
OUT OF AREA $700 per acre and up. We have small 964-4S96 or 37S-0007 and ask for
tracts. We also have several cabins, Limited time Only! the tape by number.
houses, old forms, etc. Write or call today With 110 W. Call Street Starke
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO a variety of sizes and
PERTY III I don't hove It, I'll find It- Ju.to.k. for a free listing brochure. You can shapes to choose from 1 Vasectomy:I
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JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. call free by dialing 1(800)438-7421.( ) there's a beautiful Dynamic 964-5764 175 Fears of the alter forty man
496.2126 or 496.2903, eves. "YOUR Write or call today. pool that's Just right for ( 176 Prostate cancer
Cherokee land
Co.
UNION COUNTY your home AND your 571 AidsSpring
REALTOR. tfn
Murphy, N.C. 21906 budget. This reliable Fla. 1051 Prostate problems
Stat. Certified Contractor Printing SpecialsNo. 1
FOR SALE will take care ol' everything
CAMPERS Irom design and Installation TEL-MED
to arranging........ 10 Regular A service provided by the Auxiliary
Dining room table and six chal... Call 100% financing, with Envelope of Bradford Hospital. Inc.CANCER.
'''.3206. after 6 P.M. It. 3/20 1981 Coachman 16' travel trailer self NO DOWN PAYMENT
Strawberries-Roger's Farm Open 8 A.M. contained nice $.,200. Call 496 3377 To mike your new pool a buuly 01 Printed with Return Address
Mon.-Sat. U.pick $.40 a Ib--Pick.d berries summer fun... Phone '
$6.00 a flot-Dlrecnons-.Go 3 miles 399-5685 TF Black Ink
south of lacrosse on 121 to N.W. 22
turn right strawberry field on left. Bring YARD SALE 500 1,000
containers'.Call for picked ordersor
Information at 62.1772.l0 To team more about ,call
cancer
4/17 2tpd. Name It, we got It. If we don't, you don't 1399--$34,500. 3 BR. 1 ba. block $ 2015 3085 Te-Med and ask for these tapes by
need It. Clothes, dishes, etc. BehindMethodist
home, chain fenced
Bridal
Wreath. $2.00. Silver Dollar Church yard. In town number.Can 964-4AM or 37B-OO07.
Eucalyptus $10.00. Contrary In Worthington Spr and conveniently located. See this at
Garden St, Rd. 121, Lacrosse Mary's 4/102lpd.ings. Saturday 417Thur.doy.Salurdoy April 19 9 A.M.-until. 406 E. Laura St. 500 Window 1,000 Window 6 Breast cancer
462-1561. Closed and f430--For Starter 1 BR mobile 176
Sunday Monday. : Cancer of the prostate gland
April 17, 1$, and
4/17 2'chg.2 19th Books, w/tcreened addition, furnished I 179 Lung cancer
Dining Room table with 4 70
Dlnlngroom group with table, 6 chairs, chairs, clothes, miscellaneous Items ac. pole barn. $16,500 $221 $3 4 181 Cancer the curable disease
china cabinet, buffet. Call 4311035. and much more In Raiford below 359--10 acres, paved road low 183 Cancer's 7 warning signals
Itchg. 4/17 Fellowship Church. Itpd. 4/17 down, owner financed, $18,000. 185 Cancer of the skin
200$150.AMP Call power pole for mobile home, Saturday, April 19 Shirley Glover's 1427.-3 BR. 1 boo brick on 5 ac.. barn, Letterheads on Bond 188 Radiation therapy for cancer
493-3206 after 6 P.M. residence, I mile south of Lake Butler fenced. $75,000. 189 Childhood cancers
on SR231. 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. Itchg. 4/17 /374--DAY CARE CENTER: going 8V2 x 11 or 8V2 x 14 525 Cancer of the stomach
business. Corner lot, fenced, complete
with fixtures 60000. Plus, 4 500 Tel-Med A free community ser
HELP WANTED BR, 2 Ba home for owner 39000. 1,000 .wYii vice brought to you by the Auxiliary
1424-7 Room Home. 202 N. Thompson s of Bradford Hospital Inc.
Government lobs 1604059230yr. INSURANCEMAINES could be used for commercial $1765 $ 2 5 2 5

Now hiring. Call 1(805)687.6000( ) Ext. INSURANCE 25000.
AGENCY
25
R-1136 for current federal lid. 4/10 E. See our commercial properties,
8tpd. 5/29 Main Street Lake Butler 4963978. waterfront and 2 room space for Camera
Ready
Complete Insurance Service 2tfree' rent with utilities included Copy YOU ARE WHAT
AUTO MECHANICS classes start May 6 at 4/10, 17 then t'nFOR'
Loke City Community College. Register CALL FOR INFORMATION: 5 BR, 4 ba i- Colored Ink Extra YOU EAT!!
NOW for day or night classes. Call brick, on 1,19 ac.2450sq. ft., $77,000
7521822. ext. 238 for Info. 41121chg424 RENT w/$800 down or $69.300 cash dis Good nutrition Is the foundationfor

count. good health. To find out more
BE A WELDER Classes start May 6, day Call about fa-ms. home and about the food you eat.call Tel-Med
or night at Lake City Community Col TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR us our Hair
lege. For Information call 752-1822, RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 acreage, waterfront homes and lots, Family DesignersPrecision 964-4896 or 378-0007 and ask
ext. 237. 4/17 2tchg 4/24 Main Street Lake Butler. Phone and commercial investments.FOR tohearanyollheselreehealthlnror.maflon
496-2261 for Information. tfn tapes:
ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY program at RENT: 2-room space (all new)
Lake City Community College trains for One, two and three bedroom mobile with waiting room, utilities furnished Diet and heart disease
Kutter 403
homes. All central heat and
high-tech jobs. Summer classes electric
begin CH/A, across from courthou.e.G TheyoungChlld'seallngandmeals
May 6. Register NOW. For Information air. cable TV. Basketball and pleasure or problem
I call 752-1822 ext. 367. 4/17 2tch9 4/24 playground. Pines Call 4962366. Come ?
LEARN lawn mower repair outboard SR121, Lake Butler. 1/9 tfn/chg. h ( See Me, Martiel 600 Cholesterol In diet
motor repair, small Office and Warehouse space located In TR REALTY your
gas engines, at }!: 601 Low salt diet
Lake Union County Times Building at 150 '

I City
Community College this summer .ue.nu 870 N. McMahon Street 604 A guide to good eating
.Classes begin 6. West Main. Call 496-2261. for more In. .NO" "
May Registernow.
1 Call 7521822. ext. 239 for Info. formation. It 2/27 = 964-1931 Fr of ( t (Next to PILLa Hul) 608 Snacks
609 Answers
to
Office Main Street door I questions about
: 4/172tchg 4/24 Space on next to .
473.3096i
I .___ Adventureland Video Call 4960077.. i Stark, Florida diabetic diets
I 4/10 2.ch9'11 838 N. TEMPLE: ti 613 Anorexia Nervosa
I HOMES Three bedroom 1 1/2 baths mobile home I STARKE:. FL 32091, 964-7303
I furnished with outside utility house TEL-MED

! Government Homes from $1 (U repair). and large yard. In Raiford on Road 793. Brought to you by the Auxiliary/ of
ColI.31.1039. 2tchg. 4/24 Bradford Hospital. Inc.
Also delinquent tax property. Call I""
I 1(805)687-6000( ) GH-1136 for Infor I I

I motion. 4/10 8tpd. 5/29 ,",. .",, .......,. ..'.,. ... '." .-' -......... .
Three Bedroom two bath Concrete / '- "--: ..... "" "
PERSONAL SERVICESSeptic / --
! block. Good location In city limits CAN Roberts Real Estate ;

496-2066 after 5 P.M.10 2.chg.17 Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks-. 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL ,(

VOTE New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations
and pump out tanks. After 7 964.6262. Magnolia Hotel
A.M.. Call 275-2268 After 7 P.M.. Call
I U1QO and challenge all 2752197. tfnchg. 1/23 :

Doc o f to Handyman work done by the hour or by COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301, I Downtown Starke across from Post Office
$ e are O1tpaoINVESTMENT 4 the lob. All work guaranteed. Call $50,000. Call Today!
h. R.H. H
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r. 431.1445.3/27 tfnMOBILE .
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doubewide( mobile home. Only

$75,000. Owner terms possible..CHURCH Rooms for R e n t

PROPERTIESIncome STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat & air.
HOMES 38000.
Nightly Weekly Monthly
property Three mobile hornet, 640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly

rented on 10 acres, po.lur.land. pond 1978 shingle Concord roof woodsldes doublewlde, good 24'x44'condi. growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 Nightly 8DO From $35 Weekly
trees, block shed
storage $38,000. Lion, with appliances. 7900. Call per acre! 'I.
4/17 Financing chg/tfn available. Call 4962600. '963004.11 4 tch g. 5/8 DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000.

SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. --",'-.-__' ".. :::=: :: _' .__
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CYPRESS MULCH COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

George W. Robert, Jr. Broker 7 Be W I se. .

& PINE BARKYou 964.6058 Evening i t Shop
Terry A. Gain., CSM. Salesman/Appraiser

pick-up or We deliver 964.4181 Evening. ) PRICE-WISE

Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

CROSST1ES FOR LANDSCAPING
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964-6649 tfn' PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTYCorner mR

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r US 301 & SR 16, Starke Fl.

262 ft. Frontage on 301. Ideal for Car Wash Relska Kahlua George

Hwy 301 South MandlSouses.faFrxrJarrr Service Station Restaurant. Vodka Dickel "

aetrr I UtilitiesAvailable.ExcepentrnvestmentOpportunity 150 150 110. 8

No Down Payment For all your investment needs 61If G)n 35 LTft

Call(305)( ) 767-4035 549 1

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964-4073 473-3627 Pump & Sup pl. I

"||* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells a State Licensed .. Lord D..ars

US.901 North. l/4 N. T.mj,!.Avv: .Starh"' .J",964-7061)- : Calvert Scotch Gardens Gin

1.15 150 1 LTft
RJ'SAWSI1OP 11 I14
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Mobile Home Roofovers I 644,
I I Worthington Springs 496.2534V I
Protects and Insulates
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flHB{ FinancingAvailable 301 LIQUORS

1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy 301

Saws & LawnmowersOPEN

fAut ***? Hear Johnny Jackson Beer e
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C* *;! Set.MUSIC' \s & DANCING M/ ;e
Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL. e/J
8:00-5:00 \t\.S\ote Wednesday Sunday MQM
: Monday-Friday Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA
PACKAGE STORE 7 DAYS A WEEK INCLUDING SUNDAY!!
8:00 Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street
Saturday : -1:00 PRICE WISE LIQUOR DISCOUNTS
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33 Rabbits Shown at Annual Bradford Fair

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Larry Shane Thornton, 8-year-old bits shown were awarded two ribbons / o
son of Larry and Nancy Thornton of They are:
Starke, showed the grand champion Emily Sellers, two blue ribbons.
rtt rabbit, a New Zealand Cross, at the Evelyn Marie Pennell, blue and
annual Rabbit and Poultry Show at white.
the Bradford County Fair last week. Vern Foster, red and blue.
The second place rabbit, a Mini- Diamond K Ranch, blue and red.
Drawl, was shown by Lisa Hosier of Randy Underhill, two red.
Lawtey. Karen Rowe, two white.
Handy Underhill of Slarke wOQ the Sheree Rowe, two while.
first place neatness and cleanliness Annette Rowe, while red.!
award. Nancy Ann Hildebrand won
the second neatness and
place
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cleanliness award.
Hildebrand, Larry Thornton, Lisa
There were 33 rabbits shown, ,
Rosier Archie Rosier.
which made a good show, accordingto
Poultry and Rabbit Superintendent Red Ribbon
LeRoyce Edwards, who was in
.av J"RY charge of the show for the fourth Winners.. Stephanie Sellers, I I.I I.It. I.
W T straight year. I Edwards, Joseph Pennell, Rmdy 1 t t9c4J
There was no poultry shown Taylor, Amy Triest, Inman Moody
because of the Avian tlu disease, ifl' t
which affects poultry, breakout in White Ribbon '
Pennsylvania Winners.. Dale Pend..ll'\>, Uan- L
ny Coleman, Kelly Brown Justin a
Winning 2 Ribbons... Ward, George Seuy, Georgia Seay,
Twclvo of the ownori of Ihp 33 rnIt- Terrie Moody -.
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from page %/\) $1.10 per pound for his 1,101 pound ACCEPT
Il'I'I'IU'!! $1.50 per pound for its l",198 Brangus cross Limousin steer pur
|pound) Limousin steer purchased by chased by Marvin Pritchett and (
I'uhlix Supermarkets. John Whitehead. FOOD
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Bradford Senior FFA Chapter Annette Stalnaker, U-4H, received STARKE
i ii'ceivod $1.50 for its 1,217 pound $1.10 per pound for his 1,140 pound STAMPS SALE PRICES '
Limousin steer purchased by Publix Angus cross SG steer purchased by I U.S. 301 South
GOOD THRU
Supermarkets Jackie Braman, U-FFA, received Pubhx Supermarkets.Lance Peacock, U-FFA" received (Across from Western Steer) WED., APRIL 23 j
M 1 ::>;3 per a 1,354 pound Limousin $1.25 per pound for his 1,198 pound Phone 964.6071 11
MI-IT puchased by Pritchett Trucking Limousin cross Sem. steer purchased -
, of Lake Butler. by Shadd Trucking of Lake .
Debbie Parrish, B-4H, received Butler. -
>1 10 per pound for hier 1,305 pound Chet Norman, B-FFA, received$1 l'1\\1 I, a/ ,,"",, II .. /It r>rrrrnFRESH fl \
I.unousin steer purchased by Hillan- per pound for his 1,208 pound Angus I! 1//I/ ; W"1
dale Farms of Lake Butler. cross Limousin steer purhased by ,
Terry Whitehead, B-FFA, received Hillandale Farms. 1\1PRODUCE\ :- t l'' I I !
!$1.05 per pound for his 1,290 pound John Howard, U-FFA, received 11\ \ Vi \
Limousin steer purchased by Farm $1.50 per pound for his 1,048 pound I I I II; I f
Limousin steer purchased by Mar-
Credit Service of Hague.
Adrian Williams U-FFA,received vin Pritchett and Hillandale Farms. DAILY t_ rT ..FRESH DAILY =FRESH IS BEST '

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for cool and comfort is what interests Marcie in her
tank top with oversized tropical print shirt tied at waist and $399 IRISH CAUGHT $1491. ''I (HEADLESS)$| 29. '
her cuffed cotton shorts. 11M TROUT I :\
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purchased by Osteen Seed. Administrators.Brad '
+ Johnny Osteen, U-FFA, got $1.43 Elixson, U-FFA, got $1.10 R i y w r.Y 0w r
r rt rt per pound for his 208 pound Duroc per pound for his 194 pound Duroc
i cross purchased by C.J. Elixson cross purchased by Pritchett Truck o yb
Sawmill. M t

Hal Davis, B-FFA, got $1.30 per ing.Phillip Crawford, B-4H, got $1.25
pound for his 184 pound York cross per pound for his 209 pound duroc
purchased by Florida National cross purchased by Publix.
Bank. Chuck Morrow, B-FFA, got $1.10
t Rudy Waters, B-FFA, got $2 per per pound for his 215 pound York
rs t pound for his 191 pound York purchased cross, purchased by Griffin In-
by W.W. Woodchipping. dustries.
Chris Redding, B-4H, got $1.15 per Benji Bennett, B-4H, got $1.95 per
pound for his 213 pound Spot cross pound for his 225 pound Duroc cross : \\
purchased by Taylor's Custom purchased by TimberJack.
Slaughter. Andy Tison, B-FFA, got $1,35 per
Roy McKinney, B-4H. got$1.25 pel pound for his 184 pound York cross
pound for his 218 pound Duroc cross purchased by Bradford County
purchased by B &: H Electric. Telegraph.Chuck rM
Lori Mosley, B-4H, got $1.35 per Howard, U-FFA, got $1.60
pound for her 245 pound Spot cross per pound for his 192 pound Duroc
% t purchased by Archie Tanner cross purchased by Osteen and Son.
--- -- Funeral Home and Bradford Con- Dana Bowen, B-FFA, got$1.40 per
Swine Herdsman Award... valescent Service. pound for her 207 pound York cross O'Steen Wins Showmanship...
Chad Thornton. B-FFA, got $1.10 purchased by Archie Tanner
Will Andrews of Union County wins the Swine Herdsman Award. He per pound for his 184 pound Duroc Funeral Home and Bradford Convalescent Johnny O'Steen of the Senior Lake Butler Future Farmers of America I
I receives! his award from Brenda Thomas of Thomas Auto I Parts in Starke. cross purchased by Bradford School Service. Chapter won the award for showmanship in the swine show.
the sponsoring association. He is picture here with Laurence Mosley (right).
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A Unique Concept of Water Exercise & Aerobics

No Swimming is Required Heated Pool _
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1 ; 1 I. Anyone can do it.Great for those with arthritis circulatory problems mN
high blood pressure foot ankle, knee or back problems. .
etc.
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on land.
S 3. You can work longer&harder during the aerobic portion&slay '
::5 +,,,, in your target zone. t'N
4. It's virtually injury free&so relaxing
Classes now forming..
t Mon. & Wed Tues, & Thurs, ':
I 11 am (waiting list) 915am: if. ..... 4 :
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FFA Record Book Winners... 1 '

Union County ....A.en took home all three top 1st place was David Harris (l-r).3rd place was Crlsti! t S
awards in the FKA record book competition for the Crosby, 2nd place was Stacy Elixson. W La"
ins how. The a"ardIIoas sponsored by Skippy Blocker (right). II
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53 Tubal Llgatlon on A Car or Truck VODKA
55 The Pill s r -
56 Intrauterine: Devices OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET = LITER CASE
57 The Rhythm Method .g i 73.8Oti OF 12
u. New
58 Diaphragm Foam and ;, Lr or Used ((6EIScNMgjyNS 99 95.00
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Stark 964-5451 LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS = '- rNI1

Open ErerJ Night U.S. 301 North Starke 964-7500 ,?? h.. ;

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The Color EXTRA

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Sat I Sun. 5:00: 8:00 :
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APRIL FOOL'S DAY u e Choice

...A cut above the rest. r ., 4 BURG. -CHABLIS
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984-7484 1 -
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together to STAY. ,
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before CUT ,
We LISTEN we

When you have tried the rest, come try the MCNELOB[ _

best PRECISION HAIRCUTTERS. REG., DARK, & LIGHT ,

PLUS We APPRECIATE your business 6-PAK CASE
Godzilla 85

shonf m 7:30 WALK-INS WELCOME 99 11

r---c Miiij'RIL2iih---1 j 870 N. McMahon Street (Next to Pizza Hut) Starke 16 '

I 301 Drive-In I I 964-7303

Flea Market Yard Sale I,

(:I Call 984-8330>>.for info__!
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Swine L 'tiT A1T1N1IONRAWSON i


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Sale __ wM
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UMHIIIII' Willis, U 111, got $1.8b
per pound for her 228 pound York,
ross purchased by Addy Jones. : : ,
Anthony Redding, B-4H got $1.75 : a
,per puund 'lor his 228 pound Spot
truss purchased by Paul Newell and _
Kntnk Wulralh. + :
Merck Thomas U-l<'1<'A. got$2 per r' CUSTOMERSIt.
,purchased I/lunIIUI' his by TimbcrJack.1114 pound York cross rf

Dana Ncwbomp, B-4H, got $1.45 '
|per> pound for nor 197 pound York \:!
ross C'urpcl.. purchased by Teal Tile and Y

Kcb'k.ih Welch, B-411 got $1.50 f REDEEM 7:
per pound for her 223 pound Hamp .' $ YOUR FILLEDRAWSON'S
cross purchased by Columbia
Livestock Market _
Brian Davis, B-FFA, got$1.55 per "STAMP SAVER"CERTIFICATES
pound for his 199 pound York cross
purchased by Florida National Overall Performance...
Bank. AT ANY
1)11IIIIa.s i, of Union{'Otlllty MOD the award for Overall Performance
Sweat U-FFA,
Becky t. got$2 20 per in the
Swine Sho111'1'1' lie I''t't'h.t's Ins award fl'onlIII1l' llemlricks of
pound for her 191 pound Spot cross
(he l.uke Itntler Klmid.i Kcilciiil.lio sponsoi. 'cil the iiuiuil.
purchased by Union County Times.

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II .t ;T AMP SAVER" Certificates To Any


I / Millers" Supermarket and Redeem It For


I II I Senior Division 4-H Record Book... A "SHOPPERS CASH" Item, Of 'Your ChoiceAt

I The winners of the Senior Division 4-11 record book not shown.
are: 1st place Union Countian David Mclntire (loft) The award is sponsored by Norton: Telecom of The Advertised Special{ Price !
and 2nd place Bradford Countian Anthony Redding Sim'he. ...
'j (right). 3rd place Bradford Counlian Stephen King is -,61st,.:. ..
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PELLETSSuper I weeks bIwp1eto' ca k !f J i"E f "; :II'NALF'iGM t L ;
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ROSES O,VAN THRU ATM.' 33 IVw
uper plant food contains "
primaries vital secondaries and
organics plus chelatcd Iron.Ideal i (
for lawns,shrubs,flowers& 88 TIT 1'lht "\ 1LC' ", ,
vegetables.' 6 h .
10-4-7 formula '+fg+r+ ; ,103 :('.. \ 'H0.304:,

Bag covers "fl 099( 2 Gal REGULAR tg EXCR8yfot" Y flJ r SAVE, :' .1%lOW FAT ,
5000 sq. i SEYEn I CLOROX 'MILLER'S I

Delivery & Spreading Fee 50 J Bedding Plants . 6 pack 9 c &WmP BLEACH .j' MILK
Metro areaft. 2 bag minimum I par i b'E ,j :

ro-.. -._ _ _'_., Azalea . . . 1 gala 1199Sow .1 128 OZ.. ONE .138 'Jt'.
'1 size SIZE i GAL. .
jr---, cR.-.aaavrl: WITH oar WHO IHOmirt CAM' "wrm om raico worrm CASH El Wont ONI wuadradYrar+CA7i1,'
I l A Beautiful CARpeyM44/ U.ArMU!,!}w CAM>|VALID THRU ATHIi 33. IMIVNO. IX CMP.VAtio TMIU Ants M.INS '

i f ....... DRAGON J Centipede Lawn!
SEVIN 5% r /
t S' lib plants l'ti
OSl Controir chinch bug, IUd web ; t
wunm uW UC 01'Yl n
I SEYIND...'.-....... brown butherrwn dog,in,Ikkr cIs.I ..
: Also in"oz. & 8 oz pkgs 7"/ loQ 106 NO. 107 4
a'Ib..hun
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DOUBLE LAYERED REINFORCED 6.5 or: 12 OZ 98c 32 01.. 98c
GARDEN
25% DIAZINON SPRAT HOSE CAN (>__ Agj SIZE nTl,
Kill bran beerier.phld..I..,mina' .nbbagc worrmtut WITH$ ONI wuo iHomn WITH OM MUD iHornn CAIN 'WITH awn ntuo tHomM CAW-;
Double layered, belted reinforcement for CAM VAIN mmi Ann a.wrlARGCGftAMA '+
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8.29
Reg. Reg. 11.29 "
KEQUlAilUNSAlTEOQUATEIS PNISBURY.FAMO.VSIZEMAZOLA
FERTI-LIFE Brand TOP SOIL Other Sizs Also on Sal. r1 MiLLERS _- R OWNIE;

Use to improve soil fill in low spots and dressing WEED-EATER EGS; MARGARINEMIX
on lawn garden.

40 Ib. bag reg. 2.59 SALE. ... . .. 199 America's pRMalola 0
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16 OZ.
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DOZEN
SIZEfTHONi
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Model 307

.j ElectricCuts
8" Path

, 1 i High Wheels weights only 2 Ibs.
, r WE WEL COME YOU TO JOIN THE MILLERS FAMIL Y OF SATISFIED
"They Roll Easier"
Reg. 24.99 CUSTOMERS WHO ENJOY MILLERS'LOW, LOW PRICES, SUPERIOR

Model 416SP-S '1999 QUALITY AND FAST FRIENDL Y SERVICE.

Reg. 589.99/





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.' To Qualified BiiforaAik Apontfi :l4.dNi..wht a bIagNhr..q WM .rta

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Model 416SP-S 4 h.p. Briggs & Stratton .'N".......11... "THE FRIENDLIEST PLACE IN TOWN"
engine self-propelled 16" steel spoke rear
wheels. 8800 HIGHWAY 20. PALATKA
HU.139.89 Sale HIGHWAY 20 MILLER'S PLAZA INTERLACHEN
OTXIX MODELS ALSO SALE PRICED NOW! HIGHWAY 100. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
HIGHWAY 17. EAST PALATKA -
"We Service What We Sell" AntmbUd I Sorrlood I Roady lo U... CRESCENT CITY HIGHWAY 19 NORTH UMATILLA
.. HIGHWAY 17 DELAND
'iWE, ,WILL BEAT ,ANY 'LOCALU I .:ADVERTISED. .I I '.PRICE LAKE HILL PLAZA EUSTIS MILLERS MARKET SQUARE 15 A

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