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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 24, 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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OutsIde SECTION At 10 Pog. SINCE 187 "

After a dip into the high.30s Wednesday night, a fair and dry N.wi. . . . . . . 1-3 fO 0 BCT ,7period
is predicted Friday-Sunday with a slow warming trend back Editorials. . . . . .. ..4A 7 770 inOib p N\ ,
to near faeasonsal temperatures. Public Nolle.. . . . .. ASocial tl/) LIFE RARyF QRIDA ( :'<11
.The freezing line came down into north-Georgia Wednesday morning. N.w.. . I. . . .5-IA YOUNG 1'T'1 '- ,
A high pressure front is coming through from the north today BUS SportsN . . . . .. IN \ ',/E B c.. =- 11-'
(Thursday! April 24). .w. Brloli . . . V-10A e FLows C. 3....&
in the upper 40s, highs in the 70s! are predicted Thursday ....' lU.F- I
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and Frida Low temperatures in the upper 40s to lower SOs and SECTION Bt 12 P.g.. QAI I \ ? "
highs in the 70s and 80s are expected Saturday and Sunday It Big Cum. . . . . . .IBToUnt wM 'y fJ
should be fair through the period. Show. . . . . .IB
A light ram was recorded April, 20, .08 inches at the Highland Ara Dathi. . . . . ..2BKH
tower and .2 inches at the New River tower. LB Sport.. . . . 3-tB -
Rainfall since Feb. 1 exceeds<< 10 inches. Normal Jm.-April rain CldMlflvdt . . . . 7-9B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side' of Heaven .j)

fall usually measures 13.42 inches. NwlBrll.. . . . .,10.12B 107th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy .'
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Committee to Study District's .Long-Range School Building Needs ; /


A long planning committeewas Plans based on population centers ed, with some teachers in what is
UktroIinLJ range are bonded Plans will ing a question by hoard member 1-,,
authorized Monday night, April and growth can be made for at least supposed to be storage closets. have to be formulated and approvedby Judy Becker. j >
21, by the Bradford school board to 10 years ahead...and we wouldn't The school board currently faces a the state to be eligible for state "What we do here.? we try to ad- $ .*,':
consider education building needs.! miss it very much," pointed out problem of what to do with some 40 funds, Duncan said. The possibility just year to year without a long .
No plans for committee appoint- Supt. Duncan. The committee will Keystone Heights area students who exists of taxing locally for a school range plan," said board member .
ments or a meeting date were set. include business and professional may not be allowed to attend building; if voters approve. Rodney Hall, who suggested the '
Poppy Day... Supt. Jim Duncan first wants to persons as well as a representativefrom Keystone Elementary after the 85-86 committee first develop a missions .> !'
. .. Did you know that at the time the gather material of past planning effort each school center, the office of term. Those students will have to be "We! simply do not have enough statement, meaning the committee
.'" American Legion Auxiliary adoptedthe and to hold a workshop before the superintendent, and the school absorbed into Bradford schools. The students to build another school should first define its goals. '"'
as its emblem it pledgedthe the committee begins to meet Supt. board. school, board feels the Bradford center. We must find better ways to q
poppy profits from the sales Duncan said he will meet with the Student space has been a topic of County line extends all the way from use what we have," said Supt. Dun- A long range plan might come in .- ;
. distribution to KWto poppy welfare relief committee. He suggested having the pre-budget planning meetings at Melrose to Clay Hill,and students at can, who said he'd been in contact handy in avoiding interdistrictwhen .
. for servicemen and women and committee in place before school is every school center so far. That Kingsley Lake, and Highland, cur- with the state Department of Education the school board has to be "j I y'
their families, thus fulfilling the out, and for the committee to work made Board Member Rodney Hall rently attending Clay schools, may Duncan did not rule out a grade elected from single member "
true meaning of the through the summer. suggest a planning committee to be affected by the issue. level center, however. districts, suggested Hall.
poppyan
" emblem of faith which is being kept "We'll develop the informationand study the space problem. The mid It would be impossible now to Redistricting to fill up the outlying I,
'.. with all who died through service to give it to the committee," Supt.! dle school and Starke and Southside f finance a new school center, said schools at Hampton and Brooker is '(See Building..P.2A)
r '" the living Duncan said. elementary schools are overcrowd- Supt. Duncan..., The Bradford district possibleSupt. Duncan said answer-

The poppy became the memorial .'
f- flower of the American Legion and
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the Legion Auxiliary in the Springof f' Teacher
1944 amidst complete devastation .
..f of battle as poppies bloomed in
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abundance on the battlefields of

-,1' France, where so many Americans ,
had fallen in battle. .. !
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.:. The Gator Quarterback Club of

Starke will meet Thursday, May 1, ({ r )f
at 6:30: p.m. in the Starke Golf &

.: Country Club.I' Delayed
Main purpose is to discuss the ,
out-of-town trip to Rutgers in New "
I': Jersey. A representative of the I ."IiJ..
travel agency will be on hand to .
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assist in the planning. ':\. f. Again (


Active Seniors...
Final disposition of the now two
II The Senior Center offers various year old case of firing former vo

activities for senior citizens Including tech cosmotology instructor! Belly I ,
needlework, macrame, exercises Stevens Hutson hit another snafu
bingo, etc. Monday night, April 21. and is

..;...r' The Center is open Monday .\ delayed once again.
through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4 Now, school board attorney I
p.m. and is located behind the new Terence Brown has been instructed
" c, courthouse on the corner of Grand by the board to get in touch with
. and Georgia Streets. Mrs. Hutson's attorney, Thomas!
.;i Contact Beverly McGee or Young III of the Florida Education
Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more Association, to set another date for a
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information. :t final hearing before the school
/dr{ .1 ;VI.i1.\ board, which, by state law, has the i
LE Mini-Course... \ responsibility of acting as an impartial
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: t'1't': : hearing body and of making a
Tomorrow (Friday, April 25), ; : final disposition in the case. Purposeof
Lawtey Elementary School will i. the hearing is for final comments ,

host its annual Mini-Course Day, ... ," \-Q\., .r....e.:xt ei .' 4can. *,*4i r..by: the First DistrictCourt :
which consists of different classesor of Appealsly'attorneys for the ';

courses that students may sign Drafting Class is Uptown... school board, Terry Brown, and for
up for according to their interest. Mrs. Hutson Thomas Young III
Mini-Course Day consists of the Irving Meres below,gets acquainted with the new IBM; computer witha The school board's order, rejecting -
first four periods of 45 minutes comupter aided design (CAD) program under the watchful eyes of In- the recommendation of suspen-
each, from 8 a.m. until lunch Some structor Don McKee and BUS grad David Roberts, who works for a large ding Mrs. Hutson and upgrading the
20 different mini-courses, ranging n Orlando firm and uses the computers. penalty to dismissal, was appealedto
from exotic bird raising, motorcycle Drafting students Jeff T>er. Ken Paul, Darrell Crews and Irving the Fil st District Court of Appea I
upkeep, and safety, to hair styl- Meres look over a drawing of a Marianna lu'lsondol1e by computer. The in October 1985. The District Court
ing and fire fighting, will be taughtby ,, computers show different sides and angles of a drawing, saving many found no. error in the board increasing -
volunteer. hours of designing by haltll.Drafting. the penalty, but asked for more
Each LE classroom teacher is specific reasons why the board I
reponsible for arranging a course disagreed the hearing officer's ,
each year, and the progrma grows recommendation. '
larger each year, says Principal Class Supt. Jim Duncan says the board :
Buddy Paterson. The public is in 1e must hear the two attorney's argue I .
vited. r their cases once again, enter a final
order, and send it to the District I
liE PTA Bar-B-Q... Court. Sup! Duncan said he can only i

The Hampton Elementary PTA's Is ComputerizedIf wait for all parties to agreed on I
another !hearing dale. '
Spring Bar-B-Que is set next Friday '
May 2, beginning at 5 Monday night, School Board
p.m.
other and turned upside down. the 1
Chicken dinners are $2.50 and In- you still picture drafting Chairman J.T. Parrish! brought J
cluding baked beans, cole slaw, and designers using a sharp pencil and a The two computers with full programs matter up, then noticed a letter
beverage. Desserts available. three-edged ruler, it's time for an are up-to-the-date art in In- dated March 31 from attorney
1" update. dustrial drafting. "We're a first Young citing a meeting conflict.

Square Dance... :J:=:: Down at the Vo-Tech Center in class operation with that," said Vo- Young was not present Monday I
Starke, the drafting class has some night.
Square dancing sessions will.beheld : new IBM CADD (computer aided Tech Administrator Charles The board owes attorney Young a
each Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the d'i designed and drafting program) Thomas. chance to meet and state his argu-
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. computers with which the studentsdo The computers were purchasedfor ment before a final decision is made,
Special dance sessions will be computer-aided drafting designs. approximately $16,000 under a said School Board Member Rodney
held the first Saturday, the next is The CADD program, the state of the The application Hall. The board agreed, voting 4.010
May 3, of each month beginningwith art program in drafting, was introduced was written was County-Wide request another hearing dale:
a covered dish dinner at 5:30: in 1982, and became top of Vo-Tech Director Millard Brown. Mrs. Hutson was suspended April I
p.m., a workshop at 6:30: p.m. and the line for drafting programs with David Roberts, son of Jean and 2, 1984 after a field trip to Tampa '
the mainstream dance beginning at 35,000 copies sold by November 1985. Don Chitty of Starke and a graduateof with adult students. She was charged -
8 p.m. Over 1,000 schools, from high the vo-tech center drafting class with 38 counts, including falsify
schools to the MIT School of Architecture and who now is employed by Hansen ing a daily allowance voucher to
Upcoming... are teaching CAD with Lindmeyer in Qrlando and uses the give herself an extra $50, allowing
Auto-CAD. This means qualified IBM computer aided design program adult students to drink alcoholic
: -A business luncheon and designers and drafters trained in was on hand early this monthto beverages on the school van, and
seminar is set today (Thursday, Auto-CAD are available for work. assist instructor Don McKee and failing to report money received
y April 24)) by the Starke-Bradford "If students are to succeed in to- the drafting class members in learn- from students for supplies. Mrs. F
Chamber of Commerce. Topics are day's competitive market, this is thewpyto ing how to use the new equipment.. Hutson resigned after a Departmentof
. "Who Needs a Will and Why" and Administrator Hansen Llndmeyer in Orlando Administration hearing officer
'. go, says
. "Who Needs to Incorporate and Thomas. employess 130 persons and is an architectural presented findings to the school .
. Why". Both topics will be discussedby With the computers, students engineering and plann- board.
Circuit Judge R.A. Green Jr. draw straight lines between two ing firm. The firm did the site plan On March 18, 1985, the school ;
The seminar-luncheon, set at noon points: draw circles, and even do for a new federal prison to be built in board declined accept the resiena-;
the Western Steer is to all
at open three-demensional drawings which Marianna.See .
Chamber members and prospective (See Firingp2.)
can be rotated from one side to the ( Drafting..p.2A)
Chamber members.
Anyone interested in forming a


Cross local tional chapter is meeting invited of at to the 6 an p.m.American organiza-today Red Judge Green to Leave Circuit Court Duties Behind April 30 .1

April 24) in the Starke
Thursday,
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For information call ting for the bar exam,he returned to at a salary of $27,000 per year. He ot a law on ice. t-very ettort is being
city hall. more 9646911. by Buster Hahn Starke and worked for his father,the thus became the first full time and made to retain the original structure
Dan The Cuddington Bradford, school board will BCT Staff WriterIn late U.S. Congressman Lex Green the highest paid public defender, in and style of the building. Target date
meet at Bradford High School at 7p.m. only rare instances do Circuit who was then involved in several the state of Florida. for completion !s May IS, 1986.
ventures, local attorney, automobile In 1972, two additional judgeshipswere Green stated that the new firm
in from
Monday, April 28, in anotherof Judges good standing resign ,
created in the 8th Judicial would accept cases in both criminal
dealer and farmer.
the bench at
and more especially a I
its pre-budget planning "young" age of 47, but the Judge Green was admitted to the District,and Green ran for one of the and civil law, and would not
workshop The Bradford sessions.school board will Honorable R.A. (Buzzy) Green will bar on June 6, 1963, and 26 days later seats. lie won the race, and took office specialize in the beginning. He said
meet at the Vo-Tech Center at 7 step down voluntarily next Friday, he was appointed to the position of in January, 1973. At age 33, Buz- they would "move slowly at first,
Green became the and determine special interests as f
youngest
public defender by Governor Farris zy ,
29 in April 30.
a
Tuesday, April pre- ,
p.m. and workshop ses- Bryant, in the 8th Judicial District. elected circuit judge in the state. they progressed. Green prefers to
budget planning
work in a court room setting, thus he rp
He to enter the
plans private
prac- 1
sions.The regular meeting of the tice of law in Starke in associationwith At age 25 Green became the Two prison cases that came bel ore will\ probably opt for criminal cases. o dA
Green and Hobbs met while both
Bradford zoning board is set at 7p.m. attorney Johnny Hobbs The youngest public defender in the Judge Green created more pressure
Tuesday, April 29, in the city two are currently remodeling the United States, a position he would than all others. Although many were attending the First Baptist both
Church in Gainesville\ and
hold for the next nine The Corrections ,
commission meeting room in the former Telfair Long home on years. Department of
Starke city hall. The Board of Ad- Washington Street across from the original appointment was for an 18 employees did not agree with his were Deacons. Green was employedas
justment meets at 1:30: p.m. school board administration month Interim period, so Green decisions Green stated that Corrections Public Defender and Hobbs was
law school at the University -
sucessfully ran for re-election for L.L. Wainwright attending
The Board of Governors of the building, for offices. Secretary
. Starke-Bradford County Chamberof Judge Green, a native of Bradford two terms. always acted in a professional man of Florida.
Commerce is set to meet next County, has over 13 years on the cir When he began as public defender, ner, and their relationship was one Even in those days, the two friends
Thursday, May 1, at 12:30: p.m. In cuit court bench. Before he was the Green had one assistant, and both of cooperation in finding solutions to talked of entering a professional h
the Board Room of the Starke circuit's first public defender. He positions were considered to be part- complex problems. Judge Green partnership, if the opportunity ever
Center of Santa Fe Community College has 22'/i years of public service. time, allowing them to accept civil believes that his decisions were both presented itself. a.
Judge Green graduated from cases to supplement their income. legally and morally correct. In retiring from public service, ,. Ifd .
E The monthly meeting ol. Bradford High School in 1956, attended Although he had established an ex- Green and Hobbs recently pur- Judge Green said "It has been an
Bradford regular County Commission is the University of Florida, cellent civil practice, Green aban- chased the Telfair Long house at 213 honor to serve the people for the past Judge R.A. (Buzzy) GreenTo
the
j set MondaMay! 5, at 9:30.a: .m. in and received his law degree in 1962. doned it in 1969 and accepted full West Washington St., and began 22 1/2 years, and I look forward" to Step Dow n April 30
the courthouse In the interim months, prior to sit- time employment as puplic defender renovation to accomodate the needs serving in a different role.







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About 25 Shrine units will visit Starke next Saturday, May 3, for the annual -
Shnner's parade and chicken dinner sale, the proceeds of which go I +
lu help crippled and burned children.
( hifken dinners, at $3.50 each, will be served at Terwillegar\ Motors
iiiuler I he new truck-car area, which faces US-301 starting at 11:30: a.m.
ihniuKh 2 p.m. :
AtII\ .!O ".n> with parade units forming on Thompson Street near ;r ;
Iti-gistcr Oil Company. The parade will start at 11 a.m., proceed north on
Walnut Street, turn west on Madison Street turn north on Court Street, ,
iin n fait on Call Street, go through Downtown Starke, and turn north on '
Thompson Street, with the parade ending in the parking lot of the Florida :,,..;.'
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Vihonal Bank at Starke. .
Jimmy Epps, in charge of publicity for the Starke Shrine Club, says ..... .
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liM-.il Shrmers have visited other area clubs to promote interest in the _I<",;...- .'
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i pickup truck April IS, is still in in- damage, said Michelle.\ ;
i I. n,'n"' care but his condition is The worry now is Chris' getting an .. .1C 7 : : : ; '4. ,
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"i- .iiiU- to eat through his mouth. He over him He has no boken bones,except -
11.,- multiple fractures and concus- his =skull.: He can focus on things Beautification...
Muns but has full use of his arms and that are up close but has a little trou-
M'g-, He has all of his teeth, =said: ble hearing. Inmates from Lautey Correctional tilute spent some busy days in up by a Gainesville architect, which aU'ording to Committee Head und
Michelle, While the family is grateful for the Starke recently, refurbishing this median on llwy. 100 as part of a project local attorney Reggie Flynn, will d.. much to improve the aesthetic im
( (ins. 'is able to sit up in a chair fort prayers, calls\ and concern they request sponsored by the Starke Highway Beautification committee.The pression of the area by the manv visitors who stream through the city
i '"! urne and he is talking some no visitors at this time. group still has additional work Iff do in the city under plans drawn each day on both Uwy. 100 and LS :301.



I District's Long Range Building Needs To Be Studied By Appointed Committee I



(from page 1Hl'pol.ts /\) resort as a discipline measure. may be necessary in the event the stress physical fitness specialist at vo-tech, 2 basic teacher teacher of emotionally handicapped
on transportation by the After-school detention, as the firm does respond to the board's proposals units, a speech therapist, and a students. I
hoard's Blue Ribbon Committee best discipline measure. Teacher Appts...
submitted by Chairwoman of officer. Hall the board member -- -
were Appointment a truancy appointedto Teaching staff allocations basedon n
.fad\ Archey. Better supervision in PE classes. work with Brown on the law suit, one teacher for every 28 students
In accepting the report, Board Guidance counselors for elemen- said there has been dialogue with the were approved by the school boardas .
:Member Becker suggested the tary schools. prosecuting attorneys, and he recommended by Supt.\ Duncan OneltS :.,.. ,
chool board might agree in principle doesn't understand why there has The staff allocations show an In-
with the recommendations while The board approves the commit- been no response to attorney crease of eight personnel: a visiting 14.
,it t Mould be impossible, financially, tee's work, said board member Len Brown's proposals. Brown drew proposed teacher ( truancy officer), a
tn implement all the suggestions. Schlpfman, who suggested a work single member districts and psychologist a '! -lime media
i"n transportation, the Blue Rib- session on the reports. The board sent the map to the Miami law firm.
1 "11 Committee recommenced: has insufficient information to makea
o Radios in school buses, especially decision on the problems cited, Physically Unfit... Midnight VideoStarke
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mi remote routes. Schlofman said.Chairman More emphasis will be placed on
Spot checks, without notice, on J.T. Parrish thankedthe physical fitness in physical education -
I has routes and buses.A committee members for their classes, said Supt.\ Duncan, hop- Plaza Next to Old Rawson's
list of names and phone work. ing to avoid calls from parents about
1 mile S ofStarkt US 301 i
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numbers on each bus routes be supplied -
the toughening physical fitness pro-
the =school.: NAACP Law Suit... grams. LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP

0l'rosslng guard on jJ$-.aOl at The school board, waiting for a. Studies show a. deterioration: of 98fHeayf .
2.FREE.MDVIES.J.
.idford High'School and moving .response to its proposals from theM physical ..fitness in students since $ -1/1 OK"
i crossing to a traffic light 'U' j laml law firm which is prosecuting 1965, Duncan said. PE classes em- 4 J. WITH APPLICATION

the NAACP law suit for which a May phasize games, rather than exer Equipmeni RENT 3 MOVIES GET 4th FREE
on( discipline, the Blue Ribbon 8 pre-trial conference is set. cise. Supt. Duncan said he has beguna
( oimnittee recommendations are: Attorney Terry Brown said an physical fitness program, and that Farm Equipment ; MATINEE Reserve Your
Suspension! from school as a last emergency meeting of the board school PE classes will begin to Monday Thursday Favorite Movie

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Firing. HOURS: Monday Thursday 9 am 9 pm
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(from page 1A) case to the District Court ot Appeals.In message to other employees that it 1-904-7I6-I9U. Sunday 1:00: pm 6:00: pm
I I1 ono! Mrs. Hutson or me hearing of- firing, rather than acceptingthe will not tolerate such behavior.To "Stop By and Select A Late Mode"
Iicer's, report accusing Mrs. Hutson resignation of Mrs. Hutson, the date, the school board has
oi misconduct and immorality in school board overruled both the spent some $25,000 in legal fees on 11III--
ottice." recommendations of Supt. Jim Dun the case, including a $3,600 bill just .
can and Terence Brown. submitted to the board by attorney : I, ".:.1
[In April 29, 1985 action, the school attorney
hoard officially fired Mrs. Hutson on Both recommended to the board to Brown. Board Member Len Schlof
accept Mrs. Hutson's resignationand man, who approved the school board
d :M vote, Board Member Judy
Becker dissenting. Mrs. Becker the hearing officer's recommen- bills for the month, withheld pay-
preferred to adopt the hearing of- dation to suspend. Mrs. Becker ment of the $3,600 bill, pending an
from Brown. TREES KIDS
ficer's recommendations. Attorney dissented.The explanation attorney
school board wanted to send .
Young subsequently appealed the a ? .
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(from page 1A) shelter and entered it in the Brad- young David, then 13, into the draf CAN BE A .' v..a1, ." > f <

David, 31, who has drawn since he ford County Fair. Millard Brown, ting program at the vo-tech. '
.as a kid, got started in drafting the drafting instructor back then, For more information, call the vo- DEADLY MIX. : ,y. **&Vv
M.hen he drew a blueprint of a fallout saw the blueprint and introduced tech center, 9646150. 'r. ,
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renewed by February 10th there is a penalty charged.A lines are quite harmless. Y' TA

But when a tree growsup

from the Bradford Board will be close to a power line .
representative County Zoning cover- climbing the tree could A

ing the county checking mobile homes and issuing citations on all expired be dangerous. Especially

decals. if your child tries to reachup I { "t -

and touch a power line '1

with a stick a pole or anything.And j

\Ve encourage you to renew your decals before a citation is issued. under certain conditions "
such as wet weather if a branch "

makes contact with a power line your child ,
Please display your decals on the front windows so they can be seen. could get a shock just from touching the tree c 1 Y

trunk.

Always look up.Whether you're (flying kites .("> / tafWv

If you have any questions regarding the renewal of your mobile home picking fruit or pruning trees installing i ; /r*'< i' i

decal please call the Tax Collector's office at 9646280. antennas or doing any activity that puts you in. r !1 / e'

possible contact with overhead lines. Don't be G., .
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CIr, >sl T.Dodge\ dealer Walter now, even the name North Florida live military service as a private -
I'itt: ." Urrvin was! a temporary. re-si- (:iir>!>hrPly muut Dodge Inc." and was promoted up the ranks until .- ...... ..-.
d"lIlm he I urea two years! ago when The 1.lteslueldition to the business his honorable discharge as a cap-
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he; Mjprrvisud! the opening ol the community Dorvin was bOl'l1ln New -
dealership" / mSlarko. Orleans and received his high school tain.After military service and more "., ,:i. . '
Me! ended up liking it so much heh"'ldl',1 education at Christian schools in the college\ .. u business major, Dorvin ''- :.' > .
,) 'to !sliiy."I ,u'ca.Shortly. worked as a dealer consultant to .-
I ....pent several months In Starke aut<>>>iru..ive dealers all over the .".. ; "vl"'l\\II jens ulohelpiugnulullht.. after graduation, he .southeast t, for a linn based in < {;
new dealership," Dorvin: said. "I liked entered active military service and Chicago: III. Through consultant COMING JUNE 86
it so much I came hack and served in the US Army !'I'om11I611971 service liu came to Kloiida and has .d'
bought it. Next month I the people when he lItll'ntletlllllthe been here ever since .
who have made 1 us tool so welcome army schools up to but excluding the Dorvin (net his wilo Cindy in Starke Chrysler
CUllbit at buildinglit Command; I and General l Stall Collegeand Florida>> She and lie faintly arc
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In Special session held Monday living within the city limits it has authority to make the position
night April 21, the Brooker Town light not run for office. In his words appointive, but not to change the
Council voted 4-1 to petition the local "the residency requirements have residency requirement. Brooker
legislators to change the charter by potential to create havoc" and "I voters have twice refused to changethe
legislative action so the town marshal recommend that residency requirements residency requirement. Attorney
and clerk can reside outside the be deleted." Blinn pointed out Monday night that
city limits. Davis said "I think we should do it the council is a deliberative and k'R'w i
The change being requested by the now," referring to implementing the decision-making body, the clerk and $ r

council is contained in the motion recommendation.Both marshal are not. : ./."'/ _.r..._ ..T7S"TI N, '"'. ,. ..y ,r'I .4'M re.'ly .
made by Councilman Hoy Carroll Edwards and Adams expressed Both Raulerson and Holder are ----.4'" .r. :-';" -.7'.<--: 't'rt'o.!' .I.YI.i:: n. and seconded by Councilwoman Sue reservations about in- presently being paid $200 per month
Davis. The motion reads as follows: cluding the clerk position in the mo- for the part-time positions. The New Building.' touches
I ion, but when the motion made, number ol hours the officers will onlhixnew'hrysler-Dodgeautomobiledealer-
was two
"To contact the legislative delega- Walter ". is
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the final
eagerly awaiting ship building located on US :lOt< south of Starke. .1
tion for the purpose of passing a bill only Edwards cast a dissenting vote. work has not been determined.
through this session of the Blinn told the council that he
legislature which amends the would contact the legislative delega
charter by deleting residency requirements tion this week and make the request
for clerk and marshal but he wasn't sure that time would
and! provides that such offices shall permit its being introduced and
he elected or appointed as providedby passed this session of the
ordinance." legislature.The delegation consist of Home Entertainment Concepts
On a roll-call vote CouncilmanCarl Rep. George Crady and Sen. Bill
Edwards voted "no", while Grant.
Keeping a marshal who is a resident
Council Members C.J. Stalnaker,
Sue Davis and A.B. of the town has been a continu-
Roy Carroll
Adams voted "yea." several ing problem years.at Brooker Tommy for Raulersonwas the past a Sony Quality Sound

marshal for several years but
Discussion...
Lively resigned when he moved to Ocala.
The special meeting was called by Darrell Williams served as the ap-
Chairman Stalnaker during the last pointive marshal until he went to FOR SUMMER FUN.... Bradford Square 964-6946
regular meeting, in the absence of work as a Starke policeman and had
Mayor Blake Hamilton. During that to give up the part-time Brooker job
meeting the question of residencyl'equirementJ because of rules of the Starke Police SONY SPORTSWALKMAN
surfaced, followed by Department.
discussion which promised to Brooker was without a marshal
become longer than time allowed. In tot several months and had to depend FMAMSony
order to accomodate full exploration on the Bradford Sheriff's
of the subject, the special meetingwas Department.This Watchman
called. month, Mayor Blake
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the council that, in his opinion, the lives in Ocala, as a special agent to 2" TV
council already has the authority to give the town some law enforce Yellow
make the positions of marshal and ment. And, the council hired Bob ,
clerk appointive, rather than elec- Holder of Starke, a former highway I
tive but it does not have the authority patrolman with law enforcement, as $149ooBeginning
to change the residency re- assistant to Raulerson. The special SHARP CASSETTE
quirements of the postions. He agent tag is to get around the
pointed out the perils of electing non- charter requirement that the mar
qualified persons to either position, shal live in the city. RADIO PLAYER
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sergeant with the Air National meeting, April 14.
Guard at Camp Blanding, assumed Holder was born in Gainesville,
part-time duties of acting assistant and attended public schools there, Player
marshal in Brooker last week, graduating from Gainesville High I :
following his appointment by the School in 1967. In 1972 he became a '

. Florida Highway Patrolman, and $ 9 5
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the Orlando area, he attended
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II.I I |p i.i.; ; IS.iiinn" !S \\ 1'1,1., il/ .\(.\\ ye, k, IhrI!> 'h/ -/:1; ";>li located aurl purchased ono (II William D. BI xhum, Governor of
I"?"''"" l I 6,' 'I I In' l.niH'il" 'Historical. In- f dinit, Wclill's directories some 40 or 50 I''lorida,11180 to 1884. All other illustrations i.i I ililibl! q
I" 'i" i.I, .,""d l'.nii 1,1 iiiincal| |I I lirecti;I.N ul .\riir.s jit| would In- much more !today, due to thelapse unique clinnn: of llicii own. 1 litiI
I"" ili'l.i c nlllllK'i'I HId !Ihl'll ClllCS,' towns, .
"" I moot' -uls" 'Hiihard/ / cover, l book, ol, lime"' and, the greater, scarcity of Only 39('0111I1 il'l! we covered the book, / I Si11i.tihlll! iii l li

1.1 )hJ!> illiMiatcd. with lillioniiiplu'd the item. which Is )probably' all there were in Florida i Iiiii 'iI! ,!1 ;
" i AIHUsold' Inc (the/ "VIII! UlIII'" price The use ol' photography to illustrate at that time. additional counties, which !
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" i'n "ill 111, .mil' would, uba l.ly M.II'lit' rare ii 'hundred yours ago, so the only ac dividing larger counties us population increased 'uu' It :
" > i -KM) II II could!Is' olitaincd \, photograph\ reproduced in the book is over the years ; till

In 1884, Bradford County was listed as
containing 550 square miles, or 352,000 li
acres,with population of 6,617 in the 1880
ebiTORiALS census. Al Iliat lime, of course, Bradford
included till of the area Unit is now Union ,
County, which was created by division in i f I r

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Directory is of great interest, esp'cilillysince
this year is the 101st anniversary of

Power Companies' ReportOn its publication.

Following arc excerpts from the bradford -
County description in Webb's Florida

Acid Rain Raises Questions Directory: .
Cross-Stitch CourthouseMrs.

Soil-Firsl-i-lims. Slighly undulatingpine

What arc we to believe! ? UER officials are also reportedly concerned ;lands little; dark or, sand no palmetto loam with,clay thickly subsoil Lillie Morgan has many fond memories of the 1902 Bradford County Courthouse here-

that so little new research was timbered, roots of trees several inches After all, the courthouse was still fairly new when Mrs. Morgan came
Last t November we were informed done for the study, supposedly seven under surface; not so level or low as to from Clay County with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sapp, in 1916. Executionswere
!thai (lie Environmental J'l'otl'clionI'I'S still being held on the courthouse lawn at that time and many exciting
years in the making. "It draws upon old become too wet, nor light and rolling in those days when people had
murder trials the courtroom with spectators
'\ : National Lake Survey found studies and scientific literature for its enough to be thirsty; ranks high for packed
of entertainment.
leisure time and fewer forms
vegetables, fruits, cotton, corn; not more
Florida to have the highest number of "
findings, DER observed. No fish were small cereals rice. Mrs. Morgan to use her skill
adapted to grain except Her love and interest in the Old Courthouse inspired
die lakes in the
ut ) country. examined and no forests surveyed for Second-class. Rolling, beautiful, open at the tedious job of cross-stitching to make the above design of the 84-year-old red

According to this report, high levels of acid rain damage, according to DER pine woods with deep, loamy yellow sand brick structure, now being used as a Starke Center for Santa Fe Community Col

aridity I: and very low natural levels of criticism "I think the study is a little soil and clay subsoil; not so fertile as thefirstclass .

protecting buffering materials are misleading when it concludes that the but suited to same products, in- lege.At 82, Mrs Morgan is still active and independent, living alone in her mobile

found in thousands of Florida lakes. number of pine trees in Florida is increasing cluding oats, rye and barley; has hummocks home on Highway 18 between Hampton and Theressa. She devoted her spare time
Gurlie said. in spots, and forms a large propor- over a period of six weeks to making the cross-stitch courthouse, and is already
lakesin
Special\' ( Inl'ntion'US made of the spokeswoman tion of the west and northwest part of the working on another one on the same subject.The one shown above is 8'a' x 11 inches
the Trail Ridge area ol Northeast "What they actually looked at was the county; is heavily timbered. and was framed and presented by Mrs. Morgan to the Bradford County Hostorical

Floridawhich includes Bradford and number of trees cut (down)." Third-class. Throughout the county are Board of Trustees for display in a future museum to be located in one room at the

< lad: Countiesthe Ocala National DER has assembled a panel of spots of low, level, compact, gray sand SFCC Center.

Forest' and parts of the Florida panhandle nationally-known acid rain experts to land, too wet for crops in rainy season;

Acid rain in these areas is well evaluate the study, and well they covered near with or at scrub surface palmetto; under, roots a thin of,trees gray east and south.The greater area is rolling, dated during wet seasons. The lands

within the range that scientists should. A public hearing will be held very top soil are strata of white sand, and under open pine land of the second class, around are well timbered with yellow pineA

'.\ orldide associate with the damage of late this summer to discuss the panel's this, 12 to 20 inches from surface, a very elsewhere described. There are some excellent canal for floating logs could be easily
lakes the EPA sometimes called farms in these ranges on New opened from Crosby to Rowell's. Sampsonand :
sensitive dark substance
similarly this will compact
findings. Let's hope meeting creek.Timber .
State connected by a
River. Thousands of acres of these Rowell's are
"hard This class is not recom
sport said. clear up some of the confusion that obviously mended. pan" lands are heavily timbered the towering could thus be floated from a very

Comes! now the Florida Electric Coor- exists. forests of yellow pine delight the eye of the large area to a point within 2'a miles ol the
The most fertile lands lie along Santa Fe professional milman, the stretches of railroad. Some of the finest orange grovesin
i mating( Group, an association of 37 After years of stalling on the questionof River, west of Fort Call and Lake Butler, woodland pasture invite the stockraiser, the county are around the shores of

lectric utilities, with a $3.2 million acid rain on the pretext of "further extending to and beyond Providence along the arable soil a tempting location for these three lakes.I

. eport) and five years of study, con study" of the problem, President Olustee Creek. Many large and fertile farmer and fruit grower, the health- The entire county is dotted with cypress
cluding there is no measurable acid rain Reagan has at long lastdue to the farms yield plentiful harvests to a prosperous restoring, health-preserving pine woods ponds from one-quarter of an acre to 5,10,

damage to lakes in Florida.What's machinations of his former White House and attractive people portion.throughout Most this of the beautiful hum air imparts vigor to the invalid and new and 50 acres in area. They are more
strength to the robust man. These
in the east and northeast. :
advisor Michael Deaver, agreed to do mock lands in the found here. numerous
going on here? Are our lakes county are during rainy
There arc many lovely lakes in the coun- ponds are mostly dry, except
becoming more acid or not? This is no something about Canada's complaintsof In ranges 18 and 19, including large excellent fishing grounds for seasons, and have a value. The timber is

nine t for "you pays your money and you acid rain caused by power plants in bodies of choice lands, there were, up to delicious trout, bream and all varieties of manufactured into best quality of shingles!

takes VOW choice"... no time for kid- the U.S. Reagan's belated action was 1880, 22,000 acres of State lands in virgin fish found in Florida inland waters. syrup barrels and railroad ties. In them
j
oi' double-talk. taken after his close friend, Mr. Deaver, richness, heavily timbered. There are The most important are South Prong are exhaustless deposits of muck, the I
ding mold of which is used as u
this domain ages
vegetable
left his White House duties to become an many streams throughout pond in the northwest, area about 200 drained
someof I
According to a lengthy press release overnight operator of a multimilliondollar with water power sufficient and availablefor is this acres; Swift creek pond in the north, 700; fertilizer.them produce Where thoroughly remarkably In the cast I
mills.
issued: on April 10 by Florida Electric "consulting" business. One of his running Olustee large Creek Especially Swift Creek and Lake Butler in central portion, 7; SampsonLake nearly every 40-acre lot has one or more,
the ,
1 Power Coordinating Group, Inc., their early clients, at an astronomical fee, Six-mile case on Creek three miles west of Starke, 2,200; and the far-seeing prospector of a Iruil I
Lake and Rowell's Lake both near
study, begun in 1980, was done by Crosby takes into consideration the convenience I
EnvironmentalScience was the Canadian government, and it In ranges 20 and 21, at same time, there Sampson, 800 acres each. The last three grove of mock pond
iJainesville-based was in response to Mr. Deaver's liaison were about 43,000 acres, main body lying form a cluster, swamp lands separating a' '
and Engineering ( ESE for efforts on behalf of Canada, that Mr. north of Lake Butler, with large portions the contiguous shores, which are inun- ?IfoBeConYi'nuod>

:short) and "coordinated" \vith DER Reagan suddenly underwent a changeof

i Florida Department of Environmental heart on the matter of acid rain. Mr.

Regulation ), EPA (Environmental Protection Deaver is now under investigation in County. Agent's Notebook by Bobby L Taylor ___
Electric Power County Extension Agent
Agency ), and Washington for influence peddling.So .
Research Institute.
the question of acid rain is mind is safe for the plant you want to use it When applying fungicides, only use the
But wait a minute... tucked away in somewhat muddled to say the least. And Last week I discussed insects in the on. Never apply a fungicide to any plant rates listed on the )abel. Sometimes, rates

(the report is a quote from DER despite its criticism of the ESE report, garden problem, but this fungus time diseases of year can in also lawns be a, that isn't specifically listed on the product are listed in ranges, such as "four to six

spokeswoman Nancy Gourlie taking DER has shown little inclination to and ornamentals. Unfortunately, label. ounces per thousand square feet"
gardens
with the author's conclusions thatno Sometimes a number of fungicides will Generally, the lower rate is the amount us
issue acid rain control be
how bad the fungus disease can a complicated
has been done to Florida'sforests discover just essential be recommended for the same disease problem ed early in the season, or when the plantsare
because it's to
damage threat is in Florida lakes, and do matter but these can vary in strength and small.The higher rate is used when the
and lakes by acid rain. "On the something about it if the situation warrants choose the right material for the job. You effectiveness If the disease is severe, plants are full-grown, or the disease has
must also it at the right time, and at
forests, what they did was very limitedlab apply either because you waited too long to do become severe. However, it's sometimes a
.
studies on the effect of acidic wateron the proper asked rate. I'll try to answer to some take anything about it, or because it's one that good idea to use the higher rate early in the

little trees. "For them to go from ESE and DER, please get your act some commonly of the guesswork questions out help of using spreads rapidly, such! as downy mildew, season. This will reduce the chance of
there's acid rain together. The fish are anxiously use the most effective fungicide you can disease early in the plant's life, and make
no fungicides.
that to
saying find. You may have to go to a specialty any disease control that is necessary laterin
to our forests is a little wild awaiting a decision. Probably the most confusing thing about because
damage the store for a fungicide of this type, the season more effective.
using fungicides is selecting right
available to garden
material. A lot of factors play part in the they aren't always Finally, I would like to stress the importance
.
Historical Chris Responding Well choice you'll rake, and I will discuss some centers.If can catch the disease before it of treating a fungus problem as early -
New SocietyOff of these this week. becomes you severe, a less effective fungicidemay as possible. A fungicide can't get rid of
Some fungicides are specific, and will the an existing disease. It can only keep the
well in clearing
do pro-
just as up
to Good StartIt To E.B. TreatmentThe control only certain diseases on certain blem. You can usually use less effective disease from spreading. A disease that's
plants. Others are broad spectrum, and if you've practiced such thingsas already present will remain on the plant
will control a lot of different fungus problems fungicides rotation of resistant varieties until the plant part dies, or is removed.

was exciting to see 26 "historytluffs" hundreds of Bradford Countianswho on a variety of different plant types.; And and crop good cultural, use care. Still, the choice of
lot of fungicideswill
turn out for the second meetingof contributed time, money and tons sometimes all be, recommended a for the same which fungicide to use can be confusing.My .

the newly organized Bradford County of energy to the highly successful Chris disease problem. So, how do you know advice to you is to talk to your county center Acid Cloud Damages
agent at 964-6280, ext. 209, or garden
J Historical Society held in the SFCC conference Campbell fund can take much satisfaction which one to use? and follow recommendationsgiven
operator,
last Thursday night. Officers from the news coming back here Here are a few guidelines on this. Firstof
room to
Chris's rapid all, make sure the fungicide you have in you. Mining AreaIn
were elected, and a decision was from Spain regarding

made to meet on the third Thursday of response to the treatment he is receiv-

each month at 7:30 in the same location. ing for E.B., the skin disorder he has Forestry in Bradford CountyBy Hamilton CountyA
been afflicted with since birth.In .

Interesting topics of local histbry will telephone communications his David W. Norton County Forester cloud of sulfuric acid from Occidental

be discussed at each meeting, with an mother, Brenda Campbell, reports that Chemical Co phosphate mines in
occasional look at State or regional Chris's sores and blisters are rapidly We, the trees in Bradford County sure ..roes APT.Rwhatever Hamilton County devastated wheat and
had tobacco and burned the eyes,
appreciate that little drink we last crops
history when it has some application to clearing, he is eating with a good appetite Monday. Because it is springtime, we are throats, and lungs of residents in a path

our county, or of Alachua and Colum- gaining weight, the webbing of now in our most active growing period. about a mile wide and five miles long last

bia, both of which Bradford County has his fingers is fading, and he is making For us trees, it is this time, like most other Saturday. Damage was greater than any
in past. in efforts to walk. plants, when we ask for as much rain and previous incident in Occidental's 20-years
been a part years good progress nutrients as we can get. of operating in Hamilton County a company

are All of which goes to show you never spokesman said!
county
to our
Many! newcomers Some of us larger trees are capable of
history over know what is possible with a recipe of According to the company's explana
of its interesting amounts of water and
storing large
unaware tion all four near Genoa
phosphate plants
the past 150 yearsthe part it played in equal parts of faith and elbow grease. nutrients for times like now when water is were shut down for about 24 hours starting

the Indian Wars, the Civil War, the Thank Heaven that Chris's loyal corpsof not very plentiful. We larger trees also Friday in order that recently installed
Starke's growth when theAtlantictoGulf friends and supporters did not allow have bigger root systems which are more power generators could be placed in opera
boost to by capable of finding water when not much is Three the back
discouraged
Railroad was built themselves to become with us. For instance, tion. of plants were brought
around. is wrong
who said it was a to full power in quick succession Saturday
doctors curl
through here in the 1850s, the freezes the doubting when us trees are thirsty our leaves morning, causing sulfuric acid to flood the
the citrus groves in the waste of time and money to send Christo For these reasons, if you hav young either up, down or around. When we are smokestacks.
that destroyed treatment that freshly planted, or transplantedtrees ( monstrous thirst) the
War a clinic overseas for a trees, close to wilting a
American conditions
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in the U.S. it is especially tips of our leaves may turn
Boom of the was not "recognized" there would have been no hazard, the com
World War I, the Florida made available to them during these yellow. If you see .us looking like this,
the Big Depression of the 1930s, Whether it's "recognized" or not, the critical times. You can obtain the best would please give us a drink. pany spokesman said, but an atmospheric)
1920s you
establishment of bottom line is "does it work" and in the results by allowing a garden hose to trickle inversiona layer of warm air thai
World War II and the for rainfall, we trees are pollutant! from circulating
and other children underneath each individual tree Because ol' low prevents
Chris lightly
the 1940s and many: case of many sulfuric acid close\ to the
Camp Blanding in Canadaapparently 30 minutes to 1 hour. Evening and late more susceptible to fire-our worst enemy. upward-- kept the
other exciting events. Even the name of from the U.S. and afternoon hours are generally the best That rain we had on Monday barely kept ground.
Bradford has a historical significance, it does work. because evaporation from the sun will occur the dust down. So, please be careful with Occupants of about 20 households in (he
created in 1861 and during daytime hours. During low lire when you are nealthe woods. Most of area were afl<*cted after breathing the gas,
since the county was Bradford With his quick response to treatmentit rainfall periods of the spring, you should the ground fuels are still very dry and they and one reported the loss of 130 acres ol
was named for Capt. Richard is now expected that Chris will be water young trees at least once a are what cause a fire to spread. Also, wheat' and cow pastures were scorched'

the first Florida officer killed in the returning home in a couple of months. week, possibly your once every 3 or 4 days. because of low rainfall, and be high limited, dry to brown. ""
outdoor burning may
winds,
Civil War. even "
must be continued
The treatment equipment
have heavy
Everyonenewcomers, oldtimers, alter he returns home, of course, :So: tell Most when of we us are trees sick have or underfed.ways that We you don't can people available.who Let's hope we get some more LI'I'THlt'I'tl THE. ... ED1TOU.Dour :) ,

young people and middleagedall who keep those dollars coming in, folks. turn pale, or upchuck like people when rain and maybe we can get back to our

would like to know more about the They will be needed for many months to they're sick, but if you know what to look business as usualgrowing wood, shade '

history of Starke and Bradford Countyare -- come. for, our leaves are a dead giveaway to and beauty for YOUI --

cordially invited to attend the next Contributions may continue to be ) Editor:

meeting of the Historical group on made at any office of Florida Federal, Your historical tilt k le's with pictures HIV

Thursday May 15. in Starke, Lake Butler, Keystone ; ,HEYI very interesting anti informative
made with elsewhere inFlorida. At The AIII'i117 article about Msgr. Edward:
You will enjoy the contacts Heights, Gainesville, or whom St. Edward's Catholic

other "history buffs" of the area, as Thanks for everything- F Pace( hul'dis for named was especially w11I. rit-

well as the insight into the colorful past especially for having faith to go ahead ten and appreciated

that 1.1thl' foundation for what ourcommunity with Chris's treatment, even in the lace Just one square Inch of the Sun's surface shines with Intensity of 300,000 candles. Dolores Meng, llamplimI

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: hit broadside near Itiiilonl. by a van Lawtt'y !struck luTfiir. I toward, wii
thaI t ran a stop sign, according| to driving: a l 11177 Dodge: van north on
: TroopiT I). C. Kolirrts, Kivc-r road when In- allegedly ran
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'I'lll'm'l'idl'IIII1I'l'W'I'l'(11I11| :::J5! p.in. clinic t III rest in the ditch,
\Friday al Ihc inliTsrrlion of 'K-1i( Damage to the van was! $2,000( )
! and Now KIVCT (toad, two miles cast! Dam.igc J.irrard's. ear was $:JIIIIII.)
, of Hil i ford. SIiiron Jjirrunl was Charges! an1 ponding.J.mvird .
1' taken by ticlicopcr lo Shands was the manager: ol the
,. ," 'r Hospital where she was \pronounced Sunshine Junior \Food Store in High:
,' It dead al !9:3u:: ) p.m I'Yiday. Springs: Funeral services wore held
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of two Bradford County men. and up to a $1,000 lino. "Ironically, when arrested Crews 1-800-342-8105. Citizens reporting m TRANE'I.lSERVICE
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charged with taking or attempting Glover of the Game and FreshWater the State of Florida.
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A 10' two old' bake! liutlcr hllY died Ucorgc l.illision's: Hycaroldbrother Irh'dlll| vtakc, him, Whitehead said. good spirits, Whitehead said, and
ii Inn ,d I.' ,> .illfi Ins: ungor: brother \\illand a group olyoungsters Luke Hull(',' Finduel' Jerry their investigation has ruled the to o -
and) ".1 group ol ihiiilrcn lound him : returned Id a Ircchouscwhere llowrll and l emergency medical' death accidental pending the outcome ,
hariKinu' iri, a I'.ii'kvard tree, according George l.illiston apparently WlIl'k'I'11'11'11: I unsuccesslully: lo of an autopsy report.\ The English word with the most consecutive consonents Is latchstrilg.r" .
lo IJninii; County Sheriff JtrryWliilclic.id had been pta} nlg Tlie children ,rcMisfilalf I ho hoy. Tin boy was
,, lound him UI1l'IIIIM'iotlhaliloting: hhe \' pronounrd dc'ii'l ill I It'27: p.ni'l'hurs- The victim i.s the son ol Lewis and ..
nm nrunr''murmm nnn m nnxnnxnnurrr ''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''
itgm; | i' Wilh.mi l.illiston: and his: ( ni'ck hun' an clcclrical I'onllll'd day iilloiIning taken l l by 11I'1 1)l'uph'l' Linda Lilhston ol' Lake Butler. The :;- :.: REMEMBER MOMIIMother's !!i' :
I a in 11> weio visiting: a hlll'1I'.oulh: oll.akc lo the tiee near a ladder Willy fouliuurlh(1 I lo Sluinds, : Hospital! ai-oordinu loWhilchciid children were playing al the home of .
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Bull Icr hate Thursday: night: .., ..(. ... 10.4Sal.
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David I.ivillusion: I Kunohcss: ;JI!), December IK;, l 1\174!> Anna W'.ildropand Tlio II. S Supreme Court voted! 7-2 scheduled 7 u.ni. amlllll'n al 12 I.il Just the plate for that Perfect Gift forMom| Grandma Sister, Secret Pal url
was! pronounced lead al !rill: p.mu. Clayton Kaftan died, The third a ,:amsl: extending a live-hour slay it noon.Funohess. t 'ruI'r Partner.
April 22 in Florida's electric chair slabbing victim, a <;i5-ycar-old hiid issued! earlier in the day alter a was a Vietnam veteran : '
I 1<'UIII'III'.I"hh'd: : I and cut Hie woman; died two >ears; later but Icdc'i'al :iippclliilc court had grunted who said ho was suffering from wart Diiii'l fcirscl lo check our Sale Table for weekly Items reduced 25% to 40%.
I"I'oafoll""I': people robbing Kuiiehessvas! : not charged, with! her a leinpoiary St Tuesday morning.( t tn nered stress when he stabbing s
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The follow'ing individuals were arrested M.ilinl.c<,in Dukol SI.irke was arres al $1HH SpradlinK: was released on $1,000, he was released on his own GATOR II HWY.aoisojriHflBOSl
lecenlly in Hradlord County l led April 1:11.11': causing! a disturbance : Ins! o\ui rtvoiiin/unco.. rccogni/anee. "PUT THE 'SPRING" -
l hy local' iiutlioi'Hies. in Hie lobby ol the KconoLodge : 'ltf. STARXE
I accoidmg lo Patrolman W. liobliy Wilh.un.el: ; ol l Starke was William Alvarez, 49, was arrested BACK IN YOUR DOG ..
l.any Alan I.etKivMt/! K'st. : mule ('. lieiio Rand lor !the charge!: ol arrested April !9)un an 01'dor ol'arrest! 1 April! lor violation of probation, according youa
Heights was arrested! April 1:1: Iii disnrdcils: intoxication; was set at I fur child support $2Him( ( ), according to Deputy Eunice. Bond was SALE 1iJ1 LOCAL "
I possession! : ol 20 grains ol caniiiihis $100.75. Dick was released on his lo Investigator 1 lavid Aderholt, set at $1,0 I , he was released on his RMJ I
according lo LI. Glen !Moore and. In, own rccogm.inooAlvaugh Williams was released" on his own own recogni/ance. PRICES OH: .
vl'!>1i gl I 01' John Tilley. Hand for\ the E000gniauu'e. Martha\ 1'clham, 311, was arrestedon DEALER
charge: was 1'1'al\ $,,1111), he was ('hnrtcs'I'honas t lAHlheller, 27, of a capais charging worthless ROSFS.DOG FOOD IIIJOIIj.
released on his awn rccogin/aiu'c.. Kicardn Golden; 2I! ol Bradford County was arrested April check according to Investigator RATIO-21 J liT.
Starke was' arrested April II I on a !9)llIn a oapiu.inging| disorderly intoxication Aderholt., She was released on her
Belly Delrose fishy, ::42, ol St.irkowas cap.n.s ch.iitintiol.ition{ ol proba- according l 10 DeputyKunico. own recogni/ance. CHUNK-21% sofa..;, 7NI 1.1UOI
arrested: April I U on a capi.isch.irging lion, according!: lo Iiucslig.ilnrTilley. ; He was released alter all
: petit\ I hell\ according to An outstanding wm'I'lmlll'om $ !>.5(( dish bond was posted.: Christopher Charles Goodman, 23, PRO-2S% solana CO' u
Deputy Sammy Eunice. Bond was Su tt.lnnl x' County had a bond set al of Slarkc was arrested April 9 for attempted I
set at $500, she was released on her $200. (illlh'nI'IIS( released alter Carl William Ilinson: ::17, was arrested robbery. Bond was set at truT fob tEVVfA1MEM/MRp....
own "rcoogni/anct1. surely bonds totalling $1,200 were April !It lor worthless check, $5,000( he remains in the custody of DOC wwtaint PILL&UQBAUOAVAILABUi ?
posted.Robert. according! lo 1.1.( John Dempsy. He the county jail. n ;, IIIe ,
Sandra Idella Mc-Cloud was: arrested was released on his own PAIl Sat. Ends Sal.,April 28r'
April 14 on a cnpais charging Allen Spradling( : was rt'cugnitant'e. Tony Henderson, 26, of Lawtey
battery, according, to Deputy charged on a (capias with! battery, was arrested April 20 for causing a -
Eunice McCloud was released alter trespass, according to Parole Otlicer Kwell Frank Cmlt 1 1 of Keystone disturbance at Thompkins Liquors, )
$50 court costs weie paid. Russell Turner. Bond was set Heights( was arrested April 8 for according to Lt. John Dempsey. He Keystone Village ApartmentsKeystone
violation probation, according to was released on his own ?
Deputy Eunice Bond was set at recognizance Heights, Florida

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Historical Society Told Harllee HardshipsThe

April 17 meeting of the newly The importance of this fort in the
organized Historical Society was civilian defense strategy set up by
well-attended by an enthusiastic Gen. Zachary Taylor in Northeast
k r group of Bradford Countians. Gene Florida during the Second Seminole w l t
t Matthews, president of the Bradford Indian War was discussed from a 1
tt"ir' County Board of Historical Trustees, social, strategic, and economic
presented an informative and enter standpoint. Maps showing Florida i
taining program on old Fort Harllee during the war period of the 1830s
to (the near standing-room-only au- and '40s, and plat maps of the Fort
dienceSt. Harllee area were distributed to the
II' audience. Also, a sketch of the fort, ,
Edward's Fall drawn by a soldier stationed there in :, .J
r Festival Oct. 5 1838, was displayed.Excerpts .,.".'viRit
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from a journal kept by \
Mrs. Bobbie Moore, Chairman I
Dr. Jacob Motte, an army surgeon \
presided at a meeting of St. stationed at Harllee from time to "\ ) I'
111. Edward's parishioners held in the time, stated that diseases such as 1.
parish hall on April 16. dysentary and consumptive fever
Plans were tentatively made for a "proved more destructive to our t
Parish Fall Festival to be held on troops than the rifle or the scalping
Sunday, Oct. 5. Among featured attractions knife" of Indians. Motte always
---- --- will be a bar-b-que chicken dreaded to be assigned to duty at I
Mrs. Brown's 80th Celebrated... dinner arts and crafts, white Harllee, where he would "vegetatein I
elephant booth, baked goods and the wilderness"
A lion! flirty trU-ml! and relatives joined In to help Mrs Purvis HI-OMII ofI special music. Prizes will also begiven Prior to the program, the Society j \ /
wiry celehrute her KOth birthday oil Sunday March IB. organized by electing the following k
She was given a dinner,long with many II il'"Itiftl. hii-lmliiiK a dw/t re TIOIII lie First' Kaptist I'luirrh of l.uwtey's Junior ('boh'of whU-li she quilt which is being hand-sewn and president; Sandra M. Sanders, vice t.i .
Is pianist. :Many "gadics"wire"lIjO).'11 tliroiiliiMit| the,day in addition to will be available at a later date.Kathy president; Elizabeth Kelly
a beautifully dWm-uleil birthday ,'uk,'. Wwish Mrs. Hi-own many more treasurer; and R.A. "Buzzy" Green, 1
bit tllIll)" )el 101'011I..1Weeks Jr., secretary.
rw1W The next meeting of the Societywill

Chapter, UDC Meeting Held Monday Y 7:30: be p.m.held in the Thursday conference, May room 15, at of x5L' _

The W'1'. Weeks Chapter UDC nic date has been changed to June 16 SFCC Starke Center, in the old Cour- and Mrs. Willie K. Green
met at I he Western Steer Restaurant at the home of Mrs. Weisgerber. thouse. I
on Monday Apr. 21 with chaplain, Luncheon was served following New members are always ; ::1:1Mr.
Mrs Christine Lawson, leading a the meeting. Tables had lace cloths ll r welcome I The Willie Greens Celebrated Fiftieth
prayer. and the centerpiece was an arrange- ',
, Mrs Mildtcd Weisgerber, president ment of vari-colored Gerbera AARP Holds MeetingOn and Mrs Willie E. Green Larry Blow and daughters I'I.K.V
conducted the business daisies. Guests present were Mrs. celebrated their 50th wedding an- and Dana, Mr. and Mrs Nalarul:
meeting. She gave a short talk on the Joan (Hall and Mrs. Harriet Holtzen- Thursday,Apr. 17,a meeting of niversary April 5 at a reception in Stevens and children of Apopka, ;Mi
impioper\ use of the ConlederateHag. dorf. American Assn. of Retired Personswas the Fellowship Hall of the Grace and Mrs. Charles Young and :tilts
I Did You Know... held at the Senior Citizens Baptist Church. The reception was Lillian Russ of Jacksonville unit
Mrs Weisgeiher,\ urged members \ center in Starke. Harry Fertig given by their children, Mr. and Lyle Blow of Orlando.Mr. .
lu nolily her wf their ancestor'srghlnigiecordandwhichouttit Marjorie Jones attended the 251 h presided at the meeting which was Mrs. Edward N. Green, Mr. and and !Mrs Green have three
: they anniversary of her son and his wife, intended as an organizational Mrs. Riley Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. (children seven grandchildren and
were with so she may ronplete a Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Jones, gathering for the purpose of Ralph Futch. (wo grout grandchildren.
survey of local vererans' battles; so Saturday, Apr 12 at Middleburg establishing a local AARP Chapter.Due Mrs. Jewel O'Neil kept the guest
I many (ought together all through the Baptist' Church to illness Louis Stark of book.
war and ,it would be interesting to Steinhatchee who was expected to All the tables were covered with Shaw-Raulerson
make a report of their mutual activities Bell visited her sr, ''r ? give proper organizational information gold coloredwith linen floor-length cloths To Wed 26
April
Mrs.Im'garet
white bows the The
to the chapter as a historical .M was absent. on corners.
program. husband, Austin, in the Duke N.C. k The Steering Committee formed thrce-liered anniversary cake was Mr. and Mrs John K: Shaw announce
Mrs. Bobbie Wike Historian gave Medical Center While in there Durham she also, A from volunteers present held their topped with a bride in a golden an- the engagement and approaching -
.1 "short program on Confederate War last week. Paula Hawkins, who B.Moore meeting following the close of the niversary dress and a groom and marriage of their
Poems from the book by Walter B. visited Senator Both ami Dave Powell regular meeting. Joe W. Williams was encircled in greenery Misses daughter, Susan to Andy Raulerson/
Jones One of the most entertaining was also hospitalized there. are presided at this meeting as chair- Christina Brantley and Kim Griffis son of Mrs. Viverette C Hardm and
war: "I'm a Good Ole Rebel" doing fine and Mr. Bell. has returned Moore.PowellEngagement man. Other members are Harry served the cake the late Leroy Raulerson.
It was announced the the June DIC home to Starke l ince.NICK'S Told Fertig, Pat Slack, Vernon Nichols The punch table held a family The bride-elect is a 1978 graduateof
Alice Oswald, Mildred Bellizzi and heirloom punch bowl and serving Union County Iligh School and is
II Kathy B. Moore of Starke and Wit Emo. Dolores Meng was askedto punch was Mrs. Lee Ann Blalock. employed with the City of Lake
David L. Powell of Keystone Heights serve as interim secretary. The The food table was centered with a Butler.
would like to announce their engage- next meeting of the Steering Committee crystal goblet bowl with an artistic Raulerson is a 1975 graduate' of
LANDSCAPE ment and approaching marriage.The is set for May 1 at the Center. arrangement of spring flowers Union County High School) and is
, wedding will be an event of The meeting of the local AARP Finger foods were served on crystal employed with the Division of ('di-
782-3354 June 7 at the Community Church in Chapter is scheduled for May 15 at 1 and cut glass dishes.Approximately rections.
Keystone at 7 p.m. p.m. in the Center. Some forth applications 150 guests called The wedding is planned for Saturday -
All friends and relatives are invited have been received to between the hours ol 2-5 Among
I p.m April 26, at 7 P M at the I'nmn>
I..! : Call After 6 p.nt. to attend. date for membership in this those guests from out of town were Correctional Employer Clubhouse
organization.In Mr and Mrs Gene Home and son in Raiford with a reception> 1"11"
;:J" Lawn Service Complete Landscaping Mrs Mike O'Brien of Boca Raton order to join the local Chapter it Clay and Jacob Green of Llthia ing.No
spent the past week with her is necessary to be a member of the Mrs. I Kulh Strickland of Ebro, Mr invitations are being sent but
il1'/S.'/ SpriggingSodding parents Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade. National AARP organization. Application and Mrs William Brown of all friends of the couple md
..1 -Sprinkler Systems Plants Installed blanks will be available at Groveland, Mr and Mrs. Ralph families, are invited to the \\i-tUltng
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Women of St. Marks Married March

Refinish Parish 15 at First BaptistThe .


Furniture wedding of Cundacc Julia sleeves were attached! to a full skirt 'T'he" room'/I table was; covered

Whitlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. which was edged: with a wide! floor with ii while l.icr imported cloth

The Women ol St. Marks met in I L.S. Newman, Jr., of Jacksonville, rullle, and complimented with u r>v,T a white: untlrrlmrr. Centering: (
(the l'arl!>11 House on Wednesday und Randal Franklin Chilly: II, ,son pink satin Hash around the waisl. Ihf. Mlle was the m.m'/I three

Api l Ifi with Mrs. Herbert Thomas, (II' Mrs. Joan '1'. Chilly and the lute In her hair she wore a matching( layer chtK-nliilc' cake which was

pasl I 'president presiding Ml'sFI"I' Randal .K. Chilly of Slarke, was held headband of small) pink silk ,;;ler'rl l on a tied (if green h'rnInri,
\ I'rescott give I the worship March 15 in the First Baptist Churchof blossoms with satin ribbons! and she ,bridal wreath

pin, i-am her subject being Starke. carried a miniature. cascade hnu-

I'('lit 1'01.1 Season und discussed Rev. lien Bryant of Starke and ... Gull In!: the gi( mim's cake were

XMiilsund.iy, the "'I'asluf Feasts lorI Rev lluKh( Walters of Lake City, Mrs. Chester HirlMx-k nunl of the
the I harvest, The The bride wore a gown of antique ,
season Scripture uncle of the
great performed
groom( from and
groom( lakeland, (in.,
reading was Iron I Acts II, the candlelight candelight sheer brocaded silk and
( ceremony against u Mrs. Fred Srn-ll!) of St Augustine
Mrs Lucy: Walls gave a rl'SlI"'p"rl background of Imported Venice lace, over silkfaced' -
prO +" ( tropical plants, areca Assisting al Ihe groom's table! was
on the lurnilure relinishingproject 4 palms and large( Boston, ferns salin. Her sculped filled Mrs. Tommy K'-'Idish.

lo the parish, house Mrs A large( double-tiered lighted bodice featured an elongated drop The I
punch table was coven witha !
Walls also look ped waist, tapered long sleeves, and
clothing to SI. candelabrum arch centered the
pink underliner overlaid. with a
Mary's Church in Jacksonville for altar, and was flanked by a pair of a small Mandarin style collar. The lace and linen tea cloth. Centeringthe
their the full waltz-length brocade skirt was
ministry to needy. tall lighted candelabrum trees.
table was a tall regal arrangement -
Mrs. Jcwelle Brown -------- edged with scalloped silk Venice
presented the.Ludy Bridal wreath fern and orange
of mixed spring flowers in
. lace which was applied at the hem
program, "The Greatest I\1r.lllld Mrs Ititndiil.K. Chitty II blossoms were entwined among the pastel shades. This was balanced by
Thiiiu in the World", giving several burning ta.x-rs with large pink satin line. Seed pearls and crystals were a pair of silver three arm

examples) but the greatest thing is: bows, loops and streamers attachedat scattered and hand sewn over the candelabrum holding burning pink
1.11God is Love; Lovl'ls the fultilling the base of each fixture Surroun- entire sheer bodice and collar, ex-
tapers. Highlighted. at the table were
ol the law it is rule Michelle Stillwell tending down the length of the
; the of filling '. ding the candelabrum was a garden sleeves. a miniature! bride doll cake and two

all requirements Gray Flynn To Be display of ferns and palms.Greeting bridesmaids doll cakes, decorated in
With her Candi chose a
The Diocesan ECW Retreatwill gown,
Spring the wedding guests: at the similar fashion as that of the bride
Y J. Wed in small beaded satin and lace hat that
August
be held at Weed Live
Camp entrance to the church were Mrs. and her attendants. Placed at each
had a small Mho-face sheer veil
unk. Apr. 18-20 and Mrs. Beverly Mr. and Mrs: Lloyd U. Stilwcll, Charles Darby, who directed the with tulle, lace and crystal beaded end of this: table were two silver

Ulackshear and Mrs. Anne Kiei.ke Jr., of Graham, announce theengagement wedding, and Mrs. Drew Reddish, flower appliques. She carried a for- punch bowls. Serving punch were

"illullt'nd. of their duughtt'r.Michelle who directed the reception. mal cascade bouquet of ivory Mrs. Eldon Hanly, Mrs Frank Mitchell

Lovett to PreachAt Lee to Dr. G. Gray Flynn, Mrs. Tony Nead ol Jacksonvilleand stephanotis, freesias, baby's breath Mrs! Jame.i Reddish and Mrs.

son of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Miss Karen Chitty of Columbus, and pink sweetheart roses, In- Jim Duncan. Assisting at the punch

LB 1st BaptistIn Flynn, Jr., of Starke. An August Ga., sisters of the groom, attended terspersed with tulle, lace and long- table were Mrs Neil Tucker and

Revival wedding is planned. the guest register, which was placedon flowing satin streamers.A Mrs George Wmkler.
Ii f iis : Michelle graduated from Brad a table in the loyer of the church. reception was held in their honorat

Dr Virgil Lovett will be the LIhx I ford High School. She has tended An arrangement of peonies, iris, the Woman's Club of Starke, immediately Inviting guests! into the club

evangelist for a six day meeting at Florida State University, where I she alestromeria and freesia com- following the wedding.The sunroom where the buffet was set up
First Church Main Streetin I member the Delta Pi plemented the foyer setting.
Baptist on was a of Alpha club was extensively decoratedfor were Mrs. Marion Payne Sr., and
Lake Buller. Sorority, Santa Fe Community College A musical program was presented
pd'1' ( i" the occasion with large colorful Mrs. Bobby Biggs.
Dr. Lovett is the of the ; and Mrs. Mona Canova organist,
pastor plans to continue her by arrangements of fresh spring The dining table was outstanding
Trinity Baptist Church in Apopka 1 education in Humanities. violinist W.B. McKinney, trumpeter
t tIr
flowers, ferns, tropical plants and with an imported tare cloth over a
Florida. He began his ministry therein Gray graduated from Bradford Herb Stuckey, soloist William palms. white underliner. A tall elongatedand

liMJU with 335 members. Today the High School attended University of McRae, and Mrs. David Canova, Greeting and welcoming the dramatic oriental floral arrangement -

church is the third largest in Central South Florida and graduated from pianist. guests at the entrance were Mrs. in a silver urn featured

Florida with a membership of over the University of Florida School of Attending the groom as his best W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Morgan fushia and white azaleas! pear

2.000.() ) Dentistry. He currently has a dental man was Tommy Reddish. Ushers Richarde. Inviting guests to the blossoms, bri'lal wreath and ferns
Services will in Starke. were Bruce Tucker, Dale Haas, Rob
begin at 7 p.m. on practice
receiving line was Mrs. Ten-
Sonny and greener; centered the table,
Sunday night, April 27, and at 7:30 McNeal of Tampa and Kelly Mooreof ly, aunt of the groom. and was flanked by multi-branch

p.m. on Monday-Friday night, April / Jacksonville. Heading the receiving line wa'lMrs. silver candelabra holding tall pink
2B-May 2. Everyone is invited to at- Attending the bride as maid of
Charles Darby. Others receiving
!\ and :Mrs. Harold Skeet honor Meredith of burning tapers.
was
tend the services. Lyda guests were Mr. and Mrs. L.S A bountiful assortment of buffet

Melvin Owen is pastor of the Lake Skeen-Whitehead Jacksonville, wearing a waltzlengthgown Newman, Jr., and Mrs. Joan T. Chil foods and pastries were served from

Butler First Baptist Church. of pink Maderia lace over taf- parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Randal the silver serving appointments on
Married Apr. 3 lets, fashioned with a figure skimming -
Franklin Chilly II, honorees. the table. Assisting in serving in the

Riverland Music Club Kimberly Kaye Whitehead, bodice, dropped waist, caplet Seated at a table covered with a sunroom were Mrs. Tom Casey,
sleeves, and a full skirt with a wide
Musical 4 daughter of A.B. and Faye pink ruffled underliner overlaid witha Mrs. Bill Haas, Mrs. Vernon Red-
May pink satin hip sash. She carried a
Whitehead of Starke, and Harold mixed and white lace cloth, was Mrs. Rodney dish, Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mrs.
cascade bouquet of pink
The Riverland Music Club David 7r Griffis, cousin of the groom, who Cornelius
a Skeen II, son of Beverly Dur- T hs burgundy spring flowers with trail- Covington and Mrs. Bloii-
member of the National Federationof rance of Hampton Lake and Harold presided over the guest register. die Risby.
satin she
ing streamers. In her hair
Music Clubs, will host its annual Skeen of Live Oak, announce their J and silk This setting was complimented with Guest tables covered with elegant
wore pink burgundy
Sunday afternoon! musical on May 4 marriage April 3 in Folkston, Ga. blossom buds. an arrangement of pink and white linen white cloths surrounded the

at 2:30: at Brooker Baptist Church. Kimberly is a 1985 graduate of Erin Whitlow, daughter of the spring flowers. perimeter of the ballroom, and were!
The musical is in observance of Bradford and centered with
High School, is attending bride small arrangementsof
National Music Week which is May cosmetology class at Vo-Tech. was flower girl and wore a The bride's three-layer cake, pastel spring blossoms.
formal of
4-11 and will feature a variety of Harold is a 1983 graduate of Brad I' candelight long chiffon gown over tissue antique-taf which was decorated with old- Acting as floor hostesses duringthe

music. ford High and is employed at Dur- feta. The fitted bodice and puffed fashioned lace appliques of icing, evening were Mrs. Kevin
The public is invited to attend. rance Pump & Supply of Starke. and encircled down one side with an Tillman, !Mrs Scott Roberts, Misses

The couple is now residing in artistic trailing arrangement of pink Stacey and Allison Denmark,

Slarke. and burgundy roses, was placed on a Melissa Winkler, Nancy Payne and

I mirror base and surrounded by a Michelle Sapp.Handing .

STARKE Itl If. Did You Know.. bed of bridal wreath and ferns. A out handmade satin roses
of multi-branch silver
pair
holding rice and birdseed were little
CHURCH OF GOD Junior Woman's Club Michelle Stil well Mrs. R.O. Dansby has been a patient candelabra holding burning tapers, Misses Erin Whitlow, Amanda Grif-

422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 May Banquet May 6 Southern Memorial in N. Fla. Regional Hospital. flanked the elegantly decorated"YesterYear" fis and Emily Hartley.

Walter F. Montz, PastorWe bridaL cake. Dancing was enjoyed throughoutthe

invite you to worship with us. The past presidents and past club Day Service Apr. 27 Pamela and Laura Reddish of St. Cutting the bride's cake were Mrs. evening to the live music of the
"Women of the Year" for the JuniorWoman's George Roberts and Mrs. James V.
Attend! Augustine will spend the weekend Randy Scott Band of Jacksonville. .
Nursery
Club are Invited to attend W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, will with their grandparents Mr. and Crosby, Sr. Assisting at the bride's At 11 the. bride and left
groom
Sunday School . . . 10 im p.m.
hold memorial service
the on May 12 at the a program on table was Mrs. Don Rardon.
May Banquet Mrs. Drew Reddish. the
for first leg of their honeymoontrip
Morning WonNp . . . 111m Ravines. Sunday, Apr. 27 at 3 p.m. at the UDC
Evening Service . . . I pm marker lot located at the first en- in a chauffeured silver
The club asks RSVP by May 6 by
of Tallahasseewas
Miss Jean Mundy limousine. Follow ing a wedding trip
Wednesday Youth . 7:30: pm to Lake
trance
Cemetery.
Crosby
calling Shan Johns, 964-4840, or visiting her mother, Mrs. W.B to Hawaii, the newlyweds will be
Wilson 964-5152. The public is invited and urged to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
Hjalmar and make
Mundy, on Friday Saturday. their home in Baymeadows of
attend.all EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
Jacksonville.The .
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
Legal Notices bride graduated! from Forrest
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH claims against the Estate, and ((2)) any NOTICE OF AUCTION Case No. 86.I 5O.CA High School in Jacksonville and
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Interested NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon 'IN RE: The Marriage of
objection by an to
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR person i(, from North Florida College She is
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. whom notice was mailed that challengesthe day, May 5, 1986 at 10.00 o'clock A.M., v ROBERT CHARLES DUDZIK
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida the Gator Husband working at the Baptist Hospital in
CASE NO. 86-25-CP ((1.3720)) validity of the Will, the qualifications undersigned Freightwayt
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned of the Personal Representative, venue, Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at and Jacksonville as a registered nurse.
IN RE The Estate of
Donna Lee English, sole : or jurisdiction of the Court. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one MARIA E. DUDZIK The groom is a graduate of Brad-
VINCENT J. SPENGLER
owner, doing business under the firm Deceosed. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT lot of plastic articles, consigned to Wile ford High School and the Universityof

name of All Quality Products, Rt. 2, Box NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Treasure Coast Motors ft. Pierce, Fla., NOTICE OF ACTION South Florida. He is territorial

2838, Melros., Florida 32666 Intends to administration of the Estate of Date of the first publication of this to satisfy freight and storage charges, TO: ROBERT CHARLES DUDZIKYOU manager for the Seacoast Companyof
said fictitious under the under the of Section 4b) of ARE NOTIFIED that on action has Jacksonville R.C.A.
register name VINCENT J. SPENGLER Deceased, File Notice of Administration: April 17, 1986. provisions representing
aforesaid Uniform Standard Bill of been filed against you and you are required
statute. Lading. Products
No.: 86-25-CP ((1.3720)). is pending in the NOLAN L. WOODBURN throughout Northeast
Dated this 4th day of April A.D.,1986, Circuit Court for Bradford County 2503 Apt. 2, N. Hwy 301 Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier to serve a copy of your written Florida
defenses, if to JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE
In Bradford County. Pro. 02-698026 dtd 2/14/86 any
Florida Probate Division the address of P. O. Box 338 .
Petitioner's Attorney whose address
4/104tpdS/l Courthouse, Starke, Fla. 32091Atlorn.y. 4/24 2tchg 5/1
which is Bradford County
Is 405 W. Georgia Street Starke,
Starke, Florida 32091. Florida 32091 on or before May 22, Bradford LodgeNo.
PUBLIC NOTICE The names and addresses of the per.sonal for Personal Representative: AUCTION NOTICE
1986, and file the original with the Clerkof
the BESSENT ft MOODY NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon.
and
personal
Pursuant to Article III. Section 10. representative this Court either' before service on 35
Florida Constitution NOTICE IS HEREBY representatives attorney or. set forth Wm. A. Bessent III, Esq. day May 5, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock AM., Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately

GIVEN that the Town Council of the below. 403 West Georgia Street the undersigned Gator Freightways, thereafter, or a default will be enteredagainst F& AM
Town of Brooker will seek the introduction All interested persons are required to P. O. Box 1056 Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at for the relief demanded in

and adoption of a special act in th. file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON Starke, Fla. 32091 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one the complaint you
or petition.
1986 Regular Session of the Florida THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Attorneys for Petitioner lot of tobacco, consigned to Blnson Intern WITNESS hand and Seal of this Meets Every i

Legislature, which amends the Charter of NOTICE: (1)I) all claims against the estate 4/1141chg 5/8 Sunrise, Fla., to satisfy freight and Court on April my 21, 1986.

the Town of Brooker by removing requirements and ((2)) any objection by an Interested storage charges, under the provisions of GILBERT S. BROWN Second & Fourth |
officers other than Mayor person to whom notice was mailed that Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of CLERK OF THE COURT

and Town Councilmen be residents and challenges the validity of the will the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Lading. BRADFORD COUNTY Monday
of the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier
voters of the Town and providing that qualifications personal representative Beulah Moody, D.C.
the Clerk and Marshall may be electedor venue, or jurisdiction of the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. 12-669937 dId 2/20/86 4/244tchg5'15 7:30: p.m.

ordinance. Court. CASE NO. 86-15.CP .. .
appointed as provided by .
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Itchg 4/24 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT ((13710)IN ) AUCTION NOTICE
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SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. RE: Estate of NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon '

Publication of this Notice has begunon MARY OWENS BROWN. day, May 5, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M.,

NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR April 17. 1986. Deceased. the undersigned Gator Freightways, WHAT A CUT!
CLOSING AND ABANDONMENT OF A Attorney for Personal Representative: NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at

PORTION OF AN UNUSED PLATTED JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. administration of the Estate of 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one

STREET IN TEMPLE'S ADDITION TO THE P. O. Box 1056 MARY OWENS BROWN Deceased File lot of chairs, consigned to Scotsman,

TOWN OF STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY Starke, Fla. 32091 No.: 86-15-CP Is pending In the Circuit Miami Fla., to satisfy freight and I

FLORIDA. AS PER MAP OR PLAT ((904)) 964.7262 Court for Bradford County Florida, Probate storage charges under the provisions of eStPtYGe

RECORDED IN DEED BOOK G. PAGES 304 Personal Representative: Division, the address of which Is Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of S PV nQa i iPmet'
Bradford Courthouse, Storks o\) <:)
County ,
and 305, IN SECTION 28. TOWNSHIP 6 JUDY A. DUKES Lading. Get eyeats Ose\\\ .,
319 N. Myrtle St. Florida 32091. Gator Frelghtwoys. Inc., Carrier e 'JII
SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST \ ( 'S'00 : cs: vU
Stork., Fla. 32091 The names and addresses of the Personal 10-630799 dtd 4/7/86 (\ a\(\ : ,

4/17 21chg 4/24 Representative and the PersonalRepresentative's c" "JI if'.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 008: -
You will take notice that In accordance below attorney are set forth AUCTION NOTICE MYd't8 fi

with the provisions of '166.041 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Interested are to NOTICE I.I hereby given that on Monday "

Fla. Stat., a public hearing will be held REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME file with this Court persons WITHIN THREE required MON. May 5, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M.. O" 3AOO
by the City Commission of the City of Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida the undersigned, Gator Frelghtwayt
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Ian
Starke Floria, In the Hall NorthThompson Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the t
City on
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at pov pacol
Street on Tuesday May 6, undersigned OIL Champion Enterprises and ((2)) any objection by an Int.r..dp.rsan 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville, Fla.. on. 16t
1986 at 7.00 p.m. on the Petition of Inc., sole owner doing business' to whom notice was mailed thatchallenges lot of matches, consigned to Venus
Donald Lee Nettles and Peggy Sue Nettles under the firm nom. of Champion Travel Cruise Seabreok Port Everglades, Fla,
the of the
validity will the
his wife, freeholders, which petition Agency 838 N. Temple Av,., Starke. and i e
qualifications of the Personal Representative to '4'I.fy freight storage charges Suggested retail: $349.99
was spread upon the minutes of a Florida, Intends to register sold fictitious venue, or jurisdiction of the under the provisions of Section 4b) of
meeting of the City Commission held on name under the aforesaid statute. Court. Uniform Standard Bill of lading.
15, that said Com Dated this 27th day of March A.D.
April 1986 requesting ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier NOW ONLYPowerful
mission close and abandon that portionof 1986 in Bradford County United Transport Svc. 1583
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
4/24 3.4 in.
the unused platted street hereinafter 4/3 4tpd cu.
Publication of this Notice has begunon
described, and renounce the disclaimany Engine
------- AUCTION NOTICE
April 17, 1986.
right of Bradford County Florida, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon Automatic or Manual $24'999
and the public In and to the land lying EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR : day, May 5. 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M. Chain Oiler

within said portion of said ,street said BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. the undersigned, Gator Freightways, Solid State Ignition

platted street being described at Probate & Guardianship Department P. O. Drawer 40 Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Safety Control Tip Bare
follows: CASE NO: 8612.CPFII. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla.. one
Starke, Fla. 32091
That portion of a platted 60.00 foot No: 1-3711 904.964.8272 lot of paints, consigned to Dr. David Poulan Low Kick Chain Hurry. Offer expires 51786.Poulan.

street lying between Lot 7, Block 7 and IN RE: Estate of Personal Representative Scott Panama City Fla., to satisfy
Lot 1. Block 6 of Temple's Addition to the THELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE EDITH C. METTE: freight and storage charges, under the

Town of Stark., as per plat recorded InDeed a/k/o THELMA V. DOUBLE. 3401 St. Nicholas Avenue provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
.
Book G, 304 and 305 Section
pages Deceased. Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 Standard Bill of Lading.
28. Township 6 South Rang. 22 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTHE 4/17 2tchg 4/24 Gator Freightwoys, Inc., Carrier
East of the public records of Bradford ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of 01.737205 dId 2/21/86

County Florida; sold portion being THELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE a/k/a !
bound on the West by Walnut Street, on THELMA V. DOUBLE deceased. Case NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SURPLUS SALE

Ihe East by Thompson Str..t and being a Number 86.12.CP, File Number 1-3711 Is REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Th. Bradford County School Board will

parcel of land 60.00 feet North and South pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford Pursuant to Section, B65.09 Florida have a surplus sale each Wednesdayfrom Exclusive 1 year limited warranty on all Pouliin: models. &'('diMloi for details' 1
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
by approximately 128.50 feet East and County Florida Probate Division the 1.3 p.m. at the Operations Center
Lisa L. sole
Turner
undersigned
West. address of which Is: Bradford County owner Warehouse Available at:
interested parties may appear and Courthouse Slar..... Florida ((32091)). The doing business under the firm nom. of Items are pre-prlced for sale on a f Int. STARXE KEYSTONE
.enl-A-Weed, Rt. 4, Box 580 P. O. Box
be heard at the time and place abovespecified. nom. and address of the Personal first-served basis. School furniture .
Representative and the Personal 801, Stark. Flo. 32091: Intends to corns equipment and materials will be Bryan Los Nard.aro Florida Put Control Brian tot Hardware

Dated this 21st day of April 1986. Representative's attorney are set forth register aforesaid said fictitious. name under Ihe on sale. You must call for an appointment llwy. 301( I Sonlli S3; !) K: dill M. "r.ilmrtloft Nghhukulr:
statute.Dated
CITY COMMISSION OF THE below and pre-register to purchase 4-4K42) ( IMU-.174S 47340IWOiMiilxiMd : )
CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy ALL INTERESTED PERSONS or. required this 4th day of April. A.D., 1986. Items. The first sale will begin Wednesday _ by Thigpan",,,,''bu-. Inc. Bo S8& Titian. OA 3I7V4 CM..((912):) M2.13M
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Terence M. Brown WITHIN In Bradford County Although avafy astir nor baa previously' ne,t-.l ot Ihia' one "son*individual to file, with this court April 30. .pvtKipM sane you MWt HOOK nol see anolIKi InMd 01'.011(812)' ( 382-1398
City Attorney THREE MONTHS FROM THE D/.TE OF THE 4/104t 5/1 Itchg 4/24 L: JCJ ......*sourca ol axe Wt guaranlv adaquat pock al advtflwad pice
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Announcing.., : :J J
Devin Matthew WhitneyMr. Did You Know...........

and Mrs. William C. Whitney,
Jr., of Maitland announce the birthof Mr and Mrs. A. Russell Norman SPRINGSAVINGS
a son, Devin Matthew born
made
a business trip to Ft. Pierce on
March 22 In Winter Park and Saturday.
weighing 8 lbs. 3 oz.

Maternal grandparents are Mr. April 15 Duplicate Bridge winners
and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez
of
Orlando. were: N/S first Jerl and Dick

Mrs.Great Owen grandparents R. Alvarez,are Sr., and Mr. Mrs.and Tyrholmes; secondLucile Green
and
f' Marjorie Thomson E/W first-
f'k ;
Violet Sweat of Starke.
Paternal : k Louise and Jack Burnette; second-
Mr.
grandparents are Allen Brew and Yvonne Riechman. EVENTFREE
and Mrs. William C. Whitney, Sr., of
Kissimmee. i t
ze i Pi Mrs. J G. Jackson, Miss Lillian
Jeffery Harmon Underhill Stump and Mrs. John Griffin attended -
Junior and Angela Underhill of the funeral of Henry Anderson on ATTACHMENTNO I
Starke announce the birth of a son, Sunday at Lynn Haven, near
Jeffery Harmon, born April 15 at Panama City Mr. Anderson was a DOWN PAYMENTNO
Shands Hospital in Gainesville.\ rti former Starke resident. MONTHLY PAYMENT
Jeffery was born with only half a
heart and is very ill.There is nothing Mr. and Mrs. Ray Judd and Mrs. FOR 90 DAYS"
Freda Judd spent the weekend in
------ medically that can be done to
During SNAPPER'S Spring
I"atdd"I1I1Ii.! .." remedy his situation and the family 'I'lIl'Slml.\slIll'uCIIliII'II'L\ Cedar Keys and attended the Arts Event the
Festival. Savings you get
and(i..)I.iiWilliauMMullinsWilliams. requests prayers and support from
best SNAPPER values ever!
time.friends and family during this trying Gospel Concert at Bradford Baptist Sunday Mr and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle Purchase a Self-Propelled

returned Wednesday from a three Mower at retail
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and regular
To Marry Sept. 13 Mrs. Robert E. Martin of TheSongsmenQuartet\ from Ocala at the cafeteria of Southside weeks tour of Iceland. price and receive your
li- iiiul Mrs. Hubert S. Mullins olSi.iiko Lawtey. The family can be con- will give a gospel concert, at Bradford Elementary School choice of a FREE attach-
announce (he engagement. tacted at 9644951. Uiiplisl Church on Sunday, Apr. All interested persons arc cordially Elna Schaffer, Ada Roberson, ment listed below OR 50%
sad l iipproiiclnng marriage ol their. Paternal grandparents are Harmon 27 at 6 \p.m. The concert will be held invited to all end. Aurelia Byrd and Myldred Cuttino OFF our l Pac-N-Sac Catcher.Ask
daughter, Patricia Carol ol Ocala, to and Ethel Underhill and Ann spent Thursday to Saturday at

Gay. Ion Mrs.Melvin Melvin Williams II. Williams son ol::Mr..UK ol'Oca Thornton, all of Starke. DAR Has Immigration Time Bomb ProgramThe Calloway Gardens. Snap-Credit about r jr Plan convenient at your

( la. Eloise Goodman and Lilly Ann SNAPPER dealer today!
Merideth Paige TetstoneMr. Samuel Elbert Chapter School in and Crossnore
Kentucky Johns
attended the Cedar Keys Art
The will be event ol'
marriage an and Mrs. Keith M. Tetstone of Daughters of the American Revolution School in North Carolina Festival on Saturday. T 's. snap with15NAPPER
September IS: 7 p.m., at First United Starke announce the birth of a met at the home of Mrs. Emilie Social hour followed with the I

Methodist Patricia Church ol Ocala.from I he daughter, Merideth Paige, born Apr. Wahl on Thursday, Apr. 17 in hostess serving a dessert course. Gene Wiggins and daughter,
graduated ol' Florida and is 17 in Alachua General Hospital. She Keystone Heights. Mrs. Allyne Kampfhenkel of Com- Amanda of Fairburn, Ga., are spen-
employed University' by Collier, Collier, K.igiuiiiui joins a brother, Aaron Keith, age 4. Chaplain Mrs Nancy Reitinger fort, Texas was a guest. ding Wednesday to Sunday with his A division of Fuqua Industries
opened the meeting with a Scripture
Elder
Newton, CPA. Maternal grandparents are mother, Mrs. Orie Wiggins while
tiiiylun graduated from Vangard and Mrs. O.M. Yarborough of Starke reading from I Corinthians on the Senior Citizens Mrs. Wiggins is in Washington witha __J IMPPILAe
subject of Love. She ended the
I High School, and attended Central! and Zenas Tetstone of Gainesville. pro- Enjoy OutingAt school class.School.
gram reading the "Co-
by pome
(Florida Community College He is Bedford Lake
workers
Aspiration" by Bar-
Mary
taw As
employed\ Kent Meters:: Inc., as
Philip Michaen Brannon nard Bowman. Members of the Bradford .
:ustomer service manager County s20
The Vice Mrs. Mae
Regent,
Mike and Terrie Brannon of Henderson, presided the Senior Citizens Club enjoyed a picnic Menus \
Moody Sapp Family Starke announce the birth of a son, meeting. National Defense over Chair lunch at noon Tuesday at Henry
Michael born 13 Easterling's home Bedford Lake.
Reunion 26A Philip April at man, Mrs. Jewelle Brown, reportedon on 1
Apr. Alachua General Hospital and About 22 members enjoyed this Apr. 28-May
family reunion of the descendants weighing 7 lbs. 8 oz. "Immigration the various Time Bomb"discussing fellowship outing. Bradford Elem.&Middle School
ol Benjamin and Louise Maternal grandparents are Mr. ways illegal The club meets regularly each Monday. Tacot (lettuce, tomato, cheese, hamburger -
Moody Jesse and l\Iargal'ell\Ioody, and Mrs. Claude W Cogdill of immigrants enter our country and Tuesday for a bag lunch at the ). bakes beans,chocolate cake, milk.
produce problems such as Tuesday! Salisbury steak, buttered whole white
and James and Margaret Sapp will Starke. drain on Social many Security and welfare Senior Center west of the new cour- potatoes, green beans, biscuits, E.T. bars, milk.
be held on Saturday, Apr. 26 near Paternal grandparents are Mr. funds and criminals In- thouse, with a covered dish luncheonon Wednesday Barbequed Chicken, mashed ( -1!
Green Cove Springs at the Clay and Mrs. Grady Brannon of vade our, dangerous filling the third Tuesday of each month. potatoes,carrot.celery sticks,apples,hot rolls, A
country our prisons milk.
County Agricultural Center. The DeFuniak Springs. and placing a drain on public funds. New members are welcome to at- Thursday Cheeseburgers, trench fried,lettuce,
reunion hours will be from 10 a.m. til Terrorists come in illegally and tend and participate In the games tomato, pickle, banana, chocolate Ice cream,
4 p.m. with a covered dish meal at Starke Church of God diseases are brought in by aliens. and other activities. mIlk.
Managers choice day
All seniors interested in Friday: D
12:30: p.m. To Observe Pastor's Day Immigration limits must be setwe forming a
Prior to the mid-day "dinneron. cannot continue to let so many im- county AARP chapter are asked to Bradford High School
the ground", the time will be spent Rev. Walter F. Montz, pastor of migrants in, attend the next meeting scheduled Monday: Pork&rice,cheese stix,turnip greens, FRIISNAPPERIZER
visiting old :"riends and making new the Starke Church of God, located at Mrs. Christine Lawson the for 1 p.m. Thursday May 25, at the cherry pie, cornbread, milk. oleo" race '69.85MULCHERIZER
acquaintances. For the meal, an old- 422 N. St. Clair St., will\ be honoredby program on the DAR School gave Program Senior Center. Tuesday bage slaw,Barbecued fruit jello chicken cinnamon,baked roll,beans milk.,cab- ..''a'' ,alua '49.85
fashion dinner on the ground will be his congregation on Sunday, Apr. The DAR spnsors various Family & Friends Day Wednesday: Hamburger gravy, mashed THATCHERIZIBwa' .m"a '...111
('njo 'ed. In addition to your covered 27 at 11 a.m. The special day has schools, but does not provide entire potatoes, buttered green pea, chocolate cake GRASS CATCHER KIT sea' >MM' M9.95
dish, those attending are asked to bring been designated Pastor Appreciation funds for them. These schools are Enjoyed Sunday Apr. 20 Thursday bicultn milk.Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato, 50% OFF
eating utensils and balding Day. for students who due to unfortunate Pastor and members of pickles, buttered corn, strawberry shortcake, PAC-N-SAC CATCHER wo' ,,,.'118.85
chairs. Special guest speaker for the occa circumstances would be unable to Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church milk. Not available on Blaaa Broke.C'utch' mOdels
The afternoon will feature music sion will be Rev. C.D. Harris of Ft. complete their education. The Kate held their First Annual Family & Friday: Managers choice day.
by Joel Moody and his band, a draw- Meade, who will\ also lead a revival Duncan Smith School in Alabamahas Friends Day on April 20 at 11:30: a.m. Pizza,AUCarteMonday hamburgers, french fries 2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
ing for door prizes, as well as more each night through Wednesday, Apr. an outstanding record with Guests attended from Lakeland to milkshakes: ,O.J. HURRYI: OFFER 1 ENDS: 'SOON]:
visitation. 30. students and their home economics Brunswick. The speaker for the mor- Tuesday. Pizza, cheeseburgers french fries
Descendants ot the Moody and Dinner on the grounds, hosted by milkshakes, O.J.
teacher was selected as Outstanding ning service was Rev. Evie Robinson S ER
with friends the Ladies will follow the Wednesday: Corndogs, pizza, french fries, O.J..
Sapp families, along Auxiliary, Teacher in 1984. Other schools under of Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist milkshakes. EQUIPMENT
are invited to attend this event. The morning service. Friends of Rev. DAR sponsorship are Martha Berry Church, Eaton Park, Fla. Thursday Pizza, hamburgers, french fries,
J Agricultural Center is located 4 and Mrs. Montz are invited to attend School in Rome, Ga., Tamassee Folowing the services, guests O.J., milkshakes. 438 South Walnut
miles westof Cove Springs at this special service in their honor. Friday: Managers choice.
Green School in South Carolina, Hillside were served dinner in the annex. Approximately Starke, Florida .
I the interseetipn'pt! Hwy. 16gnd,21! School-.Massachusetts Hmmarv 200 family membersand Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch .
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District 5 Track Finals Today



The Class 3A District 5 track petition. The same time schedule
meets gets under way on the Brad- follows through in the district, Girls Chances...
ford High oval at 3 p.m. today regional, and state track meets, according BHS sophomore sensation Lori
(Thursday, April 24). to Coach Loper. Sapp has the best times in the mile,
Eastside High of Gainesville was The Region 2 meet, with 31 5:16.4: and in the half mile, 2:20: go-
scheduled to be the host school but schools, is set Thursday, May 1, on ing Into district.
t work being done on the turf inside of the big University of Florida track The girl's mile relay team of
I the track forced ES to cancel. BHS where all running and field events Angie Cohens, Kim Adams, Felicia
with its new 8-lane track with lights can be carried on at the same time. Davis,and Lori Sapp can run around
I was the next choice, says Coach At region, the first four places 3:12: to 3:15: and has a good chance to
"- George Loper.. qualify for the state meet. Region 2 place either 1-2-3, and should qualifyfor
No admission will be charged. The is made up of Districts 5,6,7,8. the regional meet.
public is invited. The state track meet is set Friday, Christy Harrell has a chance to
0 S A 1* Finals in the long jump are May 9, at Showalter Field in place in the first four in the mile and
scheduled for 3 p.m., with the triple Orlando-Winter Park. two-mile runs. Her best bet is the
jump to follow immediately. two mile where Christy has run 12:31
"'"' Preliminaries and finals in the and the mile in which she has run
Boys Chances...
discus throw :
are set at 4 p.m. 5:51.Felicia
Preliminaries and finals of the shot Best chance of the Bradford boys Davis has run the 440-yard
put are set at 4:30: p.m. will be in the open 440-yard dash dash in 62.1, a good time for the open
Preliminaries for both boys and with junior Corey Roberts, whose dash, says Coach Loper. The Mc-
girls in the hurdles, 100 meters, 330 best time out of the blocks Is 51.8, the Cloud girl from Eastside will go 58, a
yard intermediate hurdles, and 220 second best time in the district. girl from Gainesville High will go
yard dash are set at 5 p.m. Pole Herbie Cooper has cleared 6'2" around 60 for second place, and Miss
Sprint :Medley Relay.. vault and high jump finals are set and has a good chance to place or Davis has the third best time.
I for 6 p.m. win the high jump in the district The sprint medley relay team of
I Inniils 'III jot I iiicilli'> relay U-ain ill Christy ll.irPal.Uku! a \I'I'> close rare Pal.ilkii won in :iw.::\ KIISrll All running finals are set for 7 p.m. meet. Lonne Hamilton has a good Terri Kitties, Teila Buie, Kim
> Kim ..tdainsngie: ('...111'11" and Felicia D.nis ran ran a :ttS.H.\ : The seven schools in Class 3A chance to place in the shot and Adams, and Chrissi Anders, with a

District 5 are Gainesaville Eastside, discus. best time of 4:44, has a definite
Ocala Forest, Ocala Vanguard, The three relays, especially the chance of being in the first four. The
Lake Weir, North Marion 440-relay and the mile relay, will be 440-yard relay team of Kitties, Buie,
Gainesville High, and BradfordIligh. competitive. The 440-relay team is Cohens, and Adams also has a
I The Gainesville High girls and Wesley Johnson, Darrin Patterson, definite chance to place in the top
Ocala Forest boys are the district Corey Roberts, and Herbie Cooper. four.
favorites, Coach Loper says. Thje mile relay team is Robert Another possibility to place in the
The top four places in each eventat Thorpe, Herbie Cooper, Wesley top four is Kim Adams in the shot
Y1- district qualify for regional com Johnson, and Corey Roberts. put.




J tl 4 s BUS Track Teams Finish SeasonThe I

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boys and girls finished out Girls Discus: DUnissa) King, B, Girls 330-Yd Dash: 2)AHison Den-
their regular season with home dual 84'7'/j" 3)Joyce Search, B, 59'4". nidi-k, B, 64.26.
meet against Palatka, a very strong Boys Discus: 2)Lonnie) Hamilton, Boys 330 Hurdles: 2)Spencer)
boys and girls team, last Friday, B, 111'2". Smith, B, 46.03 3)Rodney Mosley, B,
April 18.Palatka. Girls High Jump: 3)Christy Har 5043.
both boys and girls, is rell B, 4'4". Girls 880 Yd Run: 2)Chrissie
favored to win the its district. Boys High Jump: DHerbie) Anders, B, 2:53.33.:
The BUS girls lost to Palatka Cooper, B, 6'0" 2)John Hamilton, B, Girls Sprint Medley Relay: Very
W: iA y r. p 7546. The BHS boys lost 91-41. 5'2". tight. Palatka won in 3:38. BHS was
-- The BHS girls won the 440 relay Girls 110-Yd High Hurdles : 2nd in 3:38.8 (Angie Cohens, Felicia
shut Palatka out in the two-mile andshot 2)Allison) Denmark, B, 20.65. Davis, Kim Adams, Christy
..'.. . put, won the discus. Relay Boys 120-yd High Hurdles : Harrell)

._. ... ......" ,, ,..... .. ...."".,.,.., .- teams were switching off in Coach Rodney Mosley: B, 20.83. Boys Sprint Medley Relay: BHS
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; .. .. George Loper's experimentation for Girls 100-Meters: 3)Teila Buie, B, was disqualified for being out of its
.J; ;,I._-" ;.,- .-... '., .. the district. It was also a day in 13.74. handoff zone.
.
'.-A" ".':. ".'. -' T' .." '- .. .. .. which BHS athletes were allowed Girls Mile Run: 2)Christy) Harrell Girls 220: 3)Terri Kittles, B, 28.5.
'.. ,. --,"-.".'..,;, '#: .. .., ':.". .". ;': '' ".'" .,..., ','.'.'.'"''. '.'" .". .'". ..... f'c., .'1. .. -.. The BHS boys scored in the 6.29.48. 22.97 2)Wesley) Johnson, B, 23.8.
.. .... .. -- ...... .. ,: ."("' ,:' "; ... hurdles, in the mile, won the 440 Boys Mile Run: 2)Cam) Ward, B, Girls 2-Mile Run: 1)Lori) Sapp, B,
::.- :;It...... ,. "'.,.....' .... ," t-. ..(...' ... rw- dash, did well int he 330 hurdles, 5:21.45.: 12:20.62: 2)Chrissie Anders, B,
;."., ",...'i :7. '-. ..- nf ." #. h. t.: .' scored in the 880, won the 220, did OK Girls 440-Relay: 2)BHS) 56.63 15:10.23: 3)Robin Manning, B,
:1-.r; ., in the two mile, won the shot, did OK (Terri Kitties, Teila Buie, Angie 15.11.9.
: : .... in the discus and high jump. Cohens, Kim Adams). Boys 2-Mile Run: 2)Cam) Ward, B,
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li14., -,, Boys 440 Relay: 2)BHS) 45.07 12:07.35: 3)Gene) Powell, B, 13475.:
"! '. ..,. .. ""J: : ". ...;:i't ":", Events... (Johnson, Patterson, Roberts, Girls Mile Relay: 2)BHS) 4:30.09
". ," '" '" ,_ ... .: Girls Shot Put: DKim) Adams, B, Cooper). (Cohens, Kittles, Adams, Davis).
28'4'/ii" 2)Unissa) King B, 27'1)1,4") Girls 440 Dash: 1)Felicia) Davis, B, Boys Mile Relay: 2)BHS3:59) : (Rod

Corey Roberts Wins 220 Dash... 3)Felicia Davis, B, 25'11". Mosley, Coltrane Felton, James
I Boys Shot Put: DLonnie 62.6Boys 4401 Dash: Corey) Roberts, Jamison, Brian Lane).
KIIS sprnlslrr. Corej Roberts won the :!f I-\iI..d I "lash Ueslev Johnsonas hint I at 2:1.14.: Hamilton, B, 46'4'V. B, 51.36. It was a good tune-up for district.
in ihc dual meet with P.ilalka with a imp I of 22.117.!



I BHS Tornadoes End Season with 4-12 Record after Three Losses this Week_ I


riu 19B6! Bradford High baseball Mike Chappell. Starling scored the Mike Chappell Robert Starling, in the first Inning.
-. Lon. ended at 4.12 Tuesday night, BHS lone run on Chappell's hit, but and Todd McLeod pitched for BHS. The first two batters walked advanced
\!>nl 23: with a 12-1 loss to Eastside that was all the offense the Tornado Sophomore Chad Reddish did not on a Mike Chappell sacrifice, st
11 l he District 3 Class 3A Tourna- nine could muster. make the trip due to injuries in a and scored on an RBI single by / 1-l,
,i.K'tit at Gantt Recreational Com- BHS has a young team this season, 3-wheeler accident. Robert Starling. BHS had two hits in t1u s .
|ilf\ in Ocala.In but has some good, young players BHS had only six base runners on the fourth, by Robbie McRae and
the past week, BITS lost a.unednut coming up, says Assistant Coach three errors, two walks, and one Billy Heavener, and the fifth, by ,
makeup game 6-2 to Jim Lewis. base hit.Easlside. Todd McLeod and Jerry Roebuck, nitf
Baker County, lost an 11-1 decision ES pitcher Williford threw a one- and two in the seventh, by Jerry
'" Keystone( Heights in five innings hitter and kept BUS at bay all night beat the ball to death. Roebuck and Chad Reddish, but fail-
The lone BHS had a lot of errors, and just ed '
Kndav night. long. BHS run came when to score. --,
tthe; Keystone game, KHS pit- Todd McLeod was admitted on an played sloppy ball. : f ybsm1( to
her allowed the ES stole Baker scored five runs in the bot-
i Daryl Taylor just twobile. error by right fielder
Baker 6, Bradford 2 tom of the sixth off five back to back
,, Robert and scored
a single l by Starling and second on a single by
ilouhudown) the right field line by Robert Starling Bradford opened up with two runs hits to win the game.



I Tornado Golfers Go to Districts Today, Go In With 12-2 Record


1 I'nrnado golfers were scheduled to golf course doing down nursday tow IUCUdll"L \viii duvdiice lu the St.Augustine third at 169.
oil at 8-8.30 a.m. today (Thurs- morning would have meant an regional play-offs set next week in Bradford's previous best was a 166 .
,LII.. April 24) with a good chance of extra-early rise a two-hour drive, Sarasota the previous week against Live Oak
.i inning in District competition at the playing on an unfamilar course, on the Starke Golf and Country Club .
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/Klagler Palm Coast golf course. Coach Sexton pointed out as he cook. BUS Fires 157... course.
BUS lakes a 12-2 record into the ed steaks for guests of the First Tornado golfers lowered their best
'11strict tournament. The golfers left Presbyterian Church youth Sunday score by nine strokes last Thursday, BUS 165, KIIS 179
\\ ..dne day after school to night. April 17, when they beat Clay High BHS fired a 165 to beat Keystone
iiiiilarue' themselves with and to BHS is considered in the top five and St.Augustine in a tri-match in Heights High's 179 by 14 strokes on
]play a practice round on the Palm favored teams: Palatka, Middleburg St.Augustine. the Starke Golf and Country Club
i MM, 1 course, which they had never Orange Park, St.Augustineand BHS shot 157 with three golfers, course Tuesday, April 23, in the
,('.n before. The team spent Palm Coast. BHS has not played Hal Wood, Todd Gillenwaters and squad's final regular season match.
\\ cdnesday night at Palm Coast and Palm Coast but has beaten the other Ed Douglas, sharing low medalist Ed Douglas was low medalist witha
'. ,iii return home Thursday. teams. honors at 39 on the par 35 Ponce de 38 on the par 36 course. Bo Bishop more(l1-Merlrbdlln,
(Poach Sexton, wanting his team to There are 14 teams in the district. Leon Country Club course. Bo shot 40, Hal Wood 43, and Todd BUS Hurler..
I ti'd l as comfortable as possible, The teams are set up in placementsin Bishop carded a 40. "We finally gotit Gillenwaters 44. Robert Starling tires away for the Tornadoes against! KejstoneHeights. !
\planned the early trip to give the which the number 1,2,3,4,5 men all together" said Coach Mike It was BHS's second low score of I I
lilts golfers a chance to for proper are paired. Sexton. the season, and the lowest on the Starling and crew were on the wrong end of. an 11-1 verdict at the Indians'
1., "I 1 and to get acquainted with the Only the winning golf team and the Clay was second at 167. Starke course. home flt'IcII..t Friday


I BHS Lady Tornadoes Enter Districts Today with 17-2 Overall Record, 8-0 District RecordBradford's t


lady Softball team and mental mistakes," says Coach and a 2-RBI double by Marla Red- Marla Reddish hit two home runs and BHS shut out Eastside 19-0 Tues- Keystone Heights, Coach Slater
takes is 17-2 over-all and 8-0 district John Slater of the 11-9 loss at 2A dish. Showing no respect, KHS came for BHS and Patty Smith one. Stacy day night in the final regular season said.
mark into the district tournament powerhouse Keystone Heights this right back with its four runs in the Reddish was 2-or-3, Sherrie Green game in Gainesville.
play at 6 p.m. today (Thursday, past Monday night, April 21. bottom of the sixth. 2-for-4, and Shaun Butler 3for5. Marla Reddish had a grand slam
April 24)) at the recreation complex Keystone scored four runs in the BHS added one run in the 7th when BHS made ,some mental errors. home run and a bases loaded triplein BHS committed two errors
i m i6th Avenue in Ocala. bottom of the sixth to win the game, Bridget Skeen and Sherrie Green Two girls were sick and Coach the game in a game called after against Eastside, but also made
Host of the single elimination girls the big hit being left fielder Sheri singled and designated hitter Brena Slater had to change the lineup, five innings on the 15 run rule. some good defensive plays. Short-
softball tournament is Ocala Forest.To Brown's home run over the Tornado Skeen hit a ground ball with a lot of which put ome players in infamiliar stop Marla Reddish went deep second -
get to the ball park, take US-301 center fielder's head. The BHS backspin to second base Indian second positions, Slater pointed out. Forest Only four players showed up at on several ground balls. Left
to Ocala. Turn left onto Silver Springs center fielder misjudged the ball, baseman Cindy Hagglund had scored two runs in the last of the at Eastside. So the fielder Shaun Butler make several
Blvd which is US-17. Go all the running up on it, and the ball went trouble picking up the spinning ball, ninth but BHS was smart enough to coach combine his varsity and JV good running catches, and short
way to the big shopping center, fouror over her head. but Sherrie Green couldn't make up keep the softball in front of them to teams, kicked the absentees off the fielder Patty Smith made some good
five miles, and turn left onto 36th BHS committed 15 errors. her mind to run to second and was hold down the score. team, cancelled the JV game with catches running in on low fly balls.
Ave. The ball park is right down the Keystone hit the ball hard, but right thrown out. Had Green made it safe- BUS, and played the varsity. BHS Third baseman Kellie Jackson
road. into Tornado gloves, and the ball ly to second there would have been BUS 19, Eastside 0 wanted to its varsity to get another caught two line drives which were
The tournament began Wednesday bounced out points out Coach one out, two runners on base,and the Tammy Lynn pitched a one-hitter game under its belt after the loss to hit hard, Coach Slater notes.
but top-seeded BHS drew a bye. Slater. tough BHS batters coming up.
BUS first plays the winner of the No. KHS went up 1-0 in the first on a
4 and No. 5 teams, GHS and single, a double and 2 BHS errors, BHS had 13 hits, KItS 9. Shaun
Vanguard. BHS then made it in the Butler was 4-for-4 for BHS, Stacy
next plays at 7 p.m. 2-0 second on 2 in Service.
Reddish, Bridget Skeen Our People ..
Friday, April 25. more BHS errors and one hit. Sherrie
North Marion is second seeded Green 2for3. For Keystone, Sheila
with a 9-3 district record. Lake Weiris BHS went up 6-2 in third inning Tomlinson, Deborah Collins, and ,\ 19),:' graduate. ol KradlurilSchool \Iliglt
third seeded. with 6 runs, four walks, and three Super Brown were 2-for-4, and Sheri Kathleen Tedder Smn. Janice Browning she joined 'the Navy in October.
hits, a double by Sherrie Green, Brown was 2-for-3. SSgt. Completes Basic Training IUH5.
The district winner will advance to singles by Cindy Taylor and Shaun Stationed In BelgiumArmy
the regional play-offs next week. Butler, and a sacrifice fly by Kellie BUS 10, 0, Forest 6 Navy Seaman Janice A. lirown-
In its final week BHS lost its second Jackson.In Kellie Jackson hit home Staff Sgt Kathleen D. Ted- ing,daughter ol David and hart:, K. Pvt. David Slater
game of the season 11-9 to the fourth "We really went to the ninth inning to break a a 6-6 tie run and in der, daughter of Jim and Grace Browning of Slam k., has completed Stationed in Okinawa
Keystone High in a uncharacteristic sleep," Coach Slater and KHS the Bradford Faulkner of Starke, bus arrived lor recruit, training tit It'cruIL'frainingCommuul .
says give Softball
performance. BHS rebounded ladies a duty with the Both Area Support Orlando, )Kla. Marine I'\I. lJ.lvhlSIIII'I', sonof
error-prone scored five
with a 19-0 one-hit shutout runs on 2 errors and 10-6 win over Ocala Forest last Group in Belgium. Browning's. studios t ,me In,tied Shelia A. Locke ol 1 Uikc 1 Rub ter,
three hits to go up 7-6. Only one ball Thursday, April 17, in Ocala.Jackson's .
Tedder, a chapel activities N.ival recently reported for duly \\ilh 1stMarine
dost order
ot Eastside Tuesday night, and got was hit out of the infield, but balls homer seamanship, drill
bOcala Forest 10-6 on Kellie was a threerunshot specialist, i is a 1973 graduate of history! and lirM 1 ani. IVr.stiimel who AiriTuU!t Wing, Marine('mopsAir
just bounced out of the gloves of the over the head of the
.liicksoti's: ninth inning 3-run homer. Forest left Bradford High School in Starke. Her complete this course ol instruction Slat inn Fulcimu, on Okinawa,
Tornado players, the coach says. fielder in a game that was finished in husband! /Richard, i is the Mm of Brn- are eligible for I luce hours of college1credit A IUH3 graduate of Union CountyHigh I
Keystone 11, BUS 9 BHS went back up 8-7 in t..e top of the dark, says Coach Slater. ny C. Tedder of Loganville, in., and in physical education and School, he joined I Hit Marino
the sixth, scoring two runs on singlesby The score was tied 66 at the end of Lou Ann Balclesare of Clarkslon.' Ga. Corps in July 1:>
hygu'tu'
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tty Mark P't'ledlin are the biggest in the US inventory.The *
IICT Stuff writer 155 mm is the"smaller"of the
Bradford County Commissionersand two but can hurl a 100 lb. shell more \ r'l
Bradford Sheriff Dolph Reddishgot than 10 miles downrange. The ; -

a first-hand look at some of the massive "eight" is mounted, as is i j,' ,ly +
heavy artillery firing at Camp Blan- the 155, on tracks like a tank which
ding recently when they took a tour can transport the huge gun up to 25 : '.
of the big gun emplacements at the miles per hour in nat terrain. The
National Guard facility last week. eight inch weapon is capable of fir-
More than 3,500 troops, membersof ing shells more than 20 miles
guard units from Florida, Georgiaand downrange and was used extensivly
Puerto Rico were on hand for a in Vietnam for I lire supprort mis
two week training session at the sions.
camp that concluded early this After receiving coordinates from
week."I the forward observers, which may
was very impressed," Sheriff be stationed on foot on in small
Reddish commented after the tour of planes, the I fire command center
the gun emplacements which plots the projected trajectory of the
feature gigantic eight inch and 155 guns under their command with a
mm guns mounted on mobile tracks. complicated formula using
"The firepower of these units is geometry and radios the Instruc-
awesome and their training and professionalism tions to each gun crew. A new
is top-notch." feature of the targeting process is a <
Sheriff Reddish got a chance to ex- small but powerful hand-held computer -
perience the firepower of the big which speeds up the calcula !9 d .
eight-inch guns personally when one tions by staff in the fire command
of the sergeants at the gun emplace- center.
ment invited him to "pull the trig- Based on the distance to be

ger" on the big gun when a firing covered by the guns, differing gun- ,/ I .
mission came down the line on the powder charges are inserted into the ," ... )(.o
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communication network linking the breech of the guns and timed fuzes
carefully hidden guns to the com are inserted into the tips of the .A 1 I '
mand center. shells. P
"Wrap the lanyard around your, "Our guns here are also capable of
hip and pull sharply to the left,' one firing rocket-assisted shells to in- Taking Charge...
of the gunners advised the sheriff. crease their range," one member of
"Give it a sharp pull and watch out the gun crew told the commissioners Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish (at right In coveralls holding from" and to see for themselves the training involved at the sprawling
for the recoil. That's all there is to "These shells are normal lanyard) gels ready to fire one of the eight-inch howitzers on the firing training area. '\
it." except for a small solid fuel rocket range at Camp Blanding. The eight Inch howitzer Reddish fired is the largest in the US Army Inventory -
Reddish fired the gun on his first charge mounted on the rear of the Sheriff Reddish and members of the Bradford County Commission and Is nuclear capable as well, firing rounds a distance of tip to 20
try with a quick pull on the rope. The See Page 10BFiring toured the facility last week to "see where the big booms were cominged miles.
gun roared and the entire emplace- .
ment shuddered as the 200 lb. roared :.'
out of the barrell on its way to an unseen -
target area 10 miles downrange i ,sr "'.! r r .w ..vr"
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"Boy, I could stop some speederswith '" '. ,
this thing," joked the sheriff as \
he jumped to the ground, small puffsof '; (!
dust curling around his feet. 1 Ir ,
"That's a tremendous weapon." rS
Later during the day at a briefingon y
the exercises, the sheriff and
commissioners were filled in about Come In and Meet

the capabilities f the weapons and BENNY
command structure which enablesthe ; G ;q o *
gunners to put their shells on A aa a PARRISH
target with such deadly; accuracy.The + I I
gun emplacements are linked I Factory Trained
to a central command center by ." I 26:
radio and computer. Tracking I. RepresentativeSaturday
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Observers stationed near the front --; ,

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ding during the training missions, an S
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area bordered by SR 21 and SR 315 in ; ,\ 9 am 4 pm
which the shells fall).
These toward fire controllers ra- gs&ttsSAVE I
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center, describing the placement about I lawn equipment and help
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obliterated by the massive Gunnery specialists prepare to load a bag of gunpowder into the breechof '
fit
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firepower of the huge shells. "
I Differing powder strengths are used to determine the range of the UP
The guns used at Camp Blanding shells in each firing exercise TO"7 Model RE11E

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recently conluded Bradford County the judges with her first number and was a participant in the 1985 Floating mower 5 speed. in line trdnsnmsioii,
Fair this season brought together an "Sweet, Sweet Smile", then stole the Miss Florida Pageant. -soft padded seat. I 11 1 HP Brings: ; & Straltull I sy fitrebalanced
impressive outpouring of local artistic show, and the audience with an expressive "I would cartainly like to thank industrial commercial engmr
talent in addition to the usual and professional renditionof WPXE for sponsoring the first an- I
agricultural skills on display in com- Anne Murray's popular ballad nual talent show," Crawford said. Mgrs. Sugg. >
petition sponosored by the local FM "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do". "The award is very special to me. Retail Price 128888
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"It was the first time anything like jockey Scott "In the Morning" was very helpful and supportive of my
this has been done at the fair as far impressed as well. desire to develop my talent, but .
as I know and it was a big success," "Virginia's first place finish was most of all, I want to give all the
commented Starke Chamber of very impressive, especially when glory to the Lora. He has been my
Commerce Director and Fair you consider the tou h competitionshe true inspiration, and anything I do is
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tabulations. Other participants in
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singers Jerry Caldwell and "Mad ,
Brad". s..r.
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The panel of judges for the event
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Pat Slack from the Econo Lodge, GasolinePowered
Bobby Autry from Mitchell's Drugs,
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Virginia Crawford won first placeat and Evelyn from Chastain's Jewelryand favorite for many years and now the
the WPXE Talent Show at the Gift Gallery. invention of printed carpets has reduced Line Trimmer
Bradford County Fair. Each contestant was judged on the Model RE8E
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become a permanent part of the fair fair began by asking contestants to original Oriental carpets produced in width. I
activities. submit demonstration tapes of their the far east but the prints are highly Mgrs. Sugg. Prier I
Some of the showcase' musical numbers to the station. Six finalists styled and priced much less. It's yourdecision FREE '1550" !
talent was during with purchase
were chosen from the tapes submit to make.
WPXE's talent show, which was one OHt
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of the highlights of opening night were Very pleased with the
the annual event held at to buy new carpet to replace the old.
festivities at commented XPXE Program
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Midway band stage in front of an finalists, considering the numberof our samples. %ery I
overflowing and enthusiastic crowd fine acts to submit a demo tape.
and a panel of judges. The show was a big success and we ,
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I In.lemor5: 1liam llazclhurst Ga., and Alice Norton of Survivors include his parents, Lake Butler was in charge ot arrangements -
Noah
1h'lmrah Sue KiloIh : Jackson Sandersville, Ga.; 18 grandchildrenand Lewis and Linda Lilhston; three ,
MI'mm } ill ::1.1)' .\; eee. D( IKirahtin' William Noah Jackson, 77, of nine greatgrandchildren.Funeral sisters, Peggy Parker Carr and
Kile, (Irea.eI April 27. 19H1IKC ; ', died Wednesday, Apr, 16 in services were held Fri Susan Marie Lilliston, both of !Mrs. Ruby K. Hartford
I \" ,u"s have passed! !sconce you Care Center in Williston day Apr. 18 in DeWitt C. Jones Baltimore, Md. and Artie Hogan of Mrs. Ruby Knowles Radford, 74,
.\0" < .,;Ih.daway I a long illness Chapel 1 of Starke with Rev. J.D, Rhode Island; !four brothers, Lewis of Melrose, died Monday, Apr. 21 in
1 1111 s .nancy you It-It l can never be Sept i, 1908 in Sandersville, Robinson officiating. Interment was Lilliston, Jr., Jeffery Allen Lilliston Shi.nds Teaching Hospital in
1111. d l .Jinl. the memories arc here to ; Jackson moved to Starke in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the of Baltimore, Md., Irvin Parker II, Gainesville following a brief illness.
years ago from Georgia, He direction of Jones Funeral Home and William Lilliston, both of Lake
,1.1\! Born Mar. 9, 1912 in Jcsper, Mrs.
tti, .h.ncd u ""n,11I1, love in our ; m' Tiber of New Bethel Bap- Butler; paternal grandmother Radford moved to Melrose five
StarkI'n of Starke and George William Lilliston
nli I mil" 'Ingt'lher' was a Margaret H. Lilliston of years ago from Jacksonville. She
engineer from the City ol Master George William Lilliston, Washington, D.C.; maternal grand-
Mud I will Bury this (k-('p within lilY was a homemaker.
,in,, ,..n,II i 'luirvirI ; 10, of Lake Butler, died at his home parents, Mr and Mrs. George W. Survivors include one nephew,
!! include his wile, Mary following an accident. GunU: of Baltimore, Md. and
I 1111 /gird-l gels( easier as time ; great William B, Howard of Melrose;
1'1'' ,1)1) know Jackson; daughter, Shirley Born in Los Angeles, Calif., he grandmother, Rowena Grimes of brother, Everett Knowles! of Dade
Km Hific-s I I always loins( and the of Keystone; lour sons, Jay moved to Lake Buller in August, Brooker. City, Fla.Funeral.
Park, Bennie, Leslie 1985. He was a student at Lake
In ,i dill"l'Ill'I'/ I> is very slow; Funeral services were held Sun- arrangements! were in
Y"UI link- daughter" S.ik.ini, i iI is Gerald L.,allot Starke, three Butler Middle School and a member day, Apr. 20 in Archer Funeral complete at presstime. Jones
Annie Mercer ol Glenwood
"it n/ \",Ir s old now; of Black welder Freewill Baptist Home with Rev. James L. Roebuck Funeral Home of Keystone Heightsis
slu recently vunw In visit us, oh, Mary Sallv Maddox of Church. officiating Archer Funeral Home of in charge of arrangements.You .
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Horn April 7, 1930 in Pittsburgh
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-'('I'.. Laura Collier of Germany,
1 lurcssa Hendrix of Loredo, Tx,
Vital Jean Thornton of Elyria, Ohio
,md! Bonnie May Brfcam of Baberton,
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71.i ol Starke, died Thursday, Apr. 17 BRAND USDA CHOICE
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Ink d long illness. LESUEUR SIRLOIN TIPROAST BOLOGNAWO
Born in Fitzgerald Ga., on Dec. CHEK DRINKS t .,awaoa
I a. 1912 Mr. Dixon moved to Starke PEAS .: t.La PKO
in years ago. He was a member of ;;; % MADISON CHICKEN
Kmgsley Lake Baptist Church and a 00 2 are} $129 :- BOLOGNA
I ..t tired welder for DuPont 2 1 $197
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Dixon, two daughters Patricia
Donaldson of Gainesville and Tonda WHOLI MOO MILD, MIDIUM, HOT
D Vial of Laurens S,C.; son, Roger IOULAK A LIGHT HARVEST FRISH SUMRIRAND
lit/ Greenville, SC.; two sisters, STROH GREENSQUASH WHIP $100 MBUND
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i idling Interment was in Kingsley Sd& 6 9 14.1. $100 6DL j .,.) \ &
. Lake Cemetery under the direction FLOUR. BAG CARROTS. HIS YOGURT SIZE fl. L8
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Ida Mr Gay moved to Starke 26 "FRYERWINGScr
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retired member farmer of Madison and carpenter St. Baptist.and a WHEAT2 2001.UK. $100 POTATOES YEM1 I AG FUE$128 STICKS. 31K1t I DRUMSTICKS. L.SS5. ..

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:M Gay, three sons, Gilbert A., Jr., REAL PIT COOKED BONELESS
ol( Chicago, III, Gerald T. of BARBECUEPORK
Hollywood, and Joseph A. of ColumbIa A
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Rlsebrook and Myrtle Woflmeyer of
Gainesville Vallie Cannon of
Williston, Linnie Hutchinson of ?. $299PIIEIH
Trenton and Leah Garrett of o

Cleveland, Ohio; and five grandchildren Y ..

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be in New River Cemetery under the
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died Fla Wednesday Regional, Apr.Hospital 16 in North of LB FOR I DELI STORES ONLYI!

Gainesville following a long illness !
Born Nov. 26, 1911 in Rotterdam,
Holland, Mr. Heine moved to Starke
eleven years ago from New Jersey. i

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KHHSLady] Indians win sixth straight against BBS, District tourney begins FridayBy


Mark KriedllnI.K.M.Sports and Suzl Ponder scored Brown and runners on first and second. Raleigh rang were provided hv Sheri Brown one," Wingate said. "That was the threw the BUS runner out at second
Writer Tomlinson to put the girls up 5-0. followed with another single into Homer hit into a fielder's choice, hit of the game for us." with a perfect throw to second-
The KHHS Lady Indian Softball Clay scored two in their half of the right, loading the bases, then moving Ponder to third, then Lisa The three-run homer gave the baseman Hagglund to end the game.
team have now won six straight second, but KHHS put them away Tomlinson stepped up and delivereda Grice drew a walk, putting runners Lady Indians an 11-H lead, I ul BUS "A great defensive play,"Wingate
games and will be seeded numberone for good in the top of the third with home run blast deep into left field. on the corners. still tried to come back. commented. "That was crucial
in the upcoming district 8 2A two more runs on singles by Cindy The grand slam put the girls up 10-1 Sheri Brown was up next and They punched over a run after two because this BUS team is never out
tournament which begins in Hagglund, Collins and Super Brownto and they held on to take their fifth KHHS leltliclder crunched a shot walks in the top of the seventh to of it until the final out".
Keystone Wednesday.The go up 72. win in a row. Super Brown was 3-4 in draw to 9-11, but a pair of sparkling
girls, now 15-4 on the season The ladies would score two more the game. deep into center that sailed over the defensive plays scaled the game for The Lady Indians have beaten
received a bye in the opening roundof runs in the fourth on a string of Clay Starke KU IN BUS lielder's head. The dramatic KHHS. both Interlachen and Clay but aren'tcounting
the tourney and will face the win- errors and another single by Hag- .he Bradford High Lady Tor- home run was Brown's first of the Pitcher Stacy Homer handled the on an easy game in the
ner of the Interlachen-Clay game glund. nadoes defeated KHHS 7-6 in a season and it couldn't have come ala first ball, a hard hit shot right backto linals Friday, according to Coach
Friday at 5 pm. for the district KVrnandina FallsA memorable contest early in the better time, according to Coach the mound for the second out then Win ate.
championship powerful Fernandina Beach season and had been on a roll ever Wingate. third-baseman Deborah Collins went
"Looking at the schedule before team has turned the KHHS girls since, racking up a 16-1 record com- "She has been a hard hitter all into the dirt to spear a hard hit If KHHS wins, the regional playoff
the season I really thought we might every way but loose in an earlier ing into the final game of the season season but she really got into that (grounder down the line turned and would be held at KHHS Tuesday.BOBBY'S .
lose our last five games," com game in Fernandma but KHHS was for both teams and were ranked
mented Head Coach Mike Wingate more than ready for the visiting third in the state in 3A softball '
"The girls have really been playing powerhouse Thursday, taking an They came up short in the final,
heads-up ball. If they lose the first easy 10-5 win. however, as the Lady Indians took
round of the playoffs we've still had After a scoreless first inning, advantage of 15 uncharacteristic
a suprisingly good season with so KHHS jumped out in front 3-0 in the BUS fielding errors and rapped out e HIDEAWAY
many younger players" bottom of the second on singles by 10 hits enroute to an exciting 11-9 victory f
Clay fell 9-2 in the l final regular Super Brown and hard hit balls into I IiI __ __ -- .'''' -___ _. _
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season game last Friday as the errors by Raleigh, Tomlinson and "It was an exciting game betweentwo _
ladies avenged an opening season- Siui Ponder. good teams," Wingate com- e -
game defeat to the Lady Blue Devilson Fernandina picked up one in the mented. "They made some errors
their home field. top of the third but the girls came but so did we. This win should giveus We Have Finally Finished Remodeling
Two singles by leadoff hitter Super ror ring back with three runs in the good momentum going into the
Brown and Sarah Raleigh and a string inning. Super Brown drew a walk, district tourney."
of Clay fielding errors gave then came home on a home run blast KHHS picked up their first run in i OPEN FOR BUSINESS
K1I11S two runs in the opening inning into deep right field by Raleigh. the bottom of the first on singles by
and they scored three more in the Tomlinson followed with a solo shot Super Brown and Sheila Tomlinsonand
top of the second to go ahead for into deep center and the girls were a long sacrifice lly into right S
good. up 6-1 on the shell-shocked Fernan- field by Siui Ponder. -
The girls added one more in the
bottom of the second. Sheri Brown a Live Entertainment Every Night
reached on an error,Hagglund singled -
ti followed by another single by
Collins, loading the bases. Super 2 Bands on Friday & Saturday Might
Brown then drew a walk, sending
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The ever-dangerous Bradford bats
came alive in the top of the third, n )
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six to take 6-3 lead. 4 .4.
runs a
KIIHS came battling right back "Second Threat" J D
with a four run outburst in the but
tom of the fourth to regain the lead & 0i
by one run.Hagglund. 1 D
drew a walk, Collins I
rapped a single into left, then Q
"Wild Horses"OPEN f.
Raleigh hit into a an error, scoring
Hagglund. Tomlinson was up next !
and hard-hitting junior slammed a J.
triple into deep left, scoring Collins
and Raleigh on the play. Tomlinsoncame S

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narrow, 7.6 lead going into the
fifth.
The fifth inning was scoreless for Hwy 301 (North Waldo)
both teams but BUS rapped out
three hits and scored twice in the top
Home Run Hitter... of the sixth to regain an 8-7 lead.
It one of the most
Sheri Brown beat Bradford with a home run in the bottom of the sixth was exciting
of the season and the
Inning as the two arch-rivals finished their regular seasons with a contestat games
KHHS. fireworks weren't over yet.
Tomlinson slammed another tri-
Deborah Collins led off with a dina squad. ple to lead off the bottom of the sixth,
single, Super Brown hit into an er They put the game away for good then scored on a hard.hit single by s
ror, then Raleigh hit a single into in the fourth. Suzi Ponder up the right field line
right,scoring Collins.Sheila Tomlin- Collins rapped a single into center The girls were up by two. That's
son hit into a fielder's choice, then past second base, the Super Brown usually not enough to beat BUS.
two hard hit shots by Stacy Homer hit a hard shot into an error to put The finishing touches to the big inKHHS -


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UCHS Tigers split doubleheader with P.K. o COOLING .



'I 1 lie Timers' spill a doubleheaderwith Mallard for the third out. I
slate ranked 2A I'.K. Yonge Carter stepped to the plate and CONKS
I I-'Iltl.i ,> night. falling( by :3 I runs at 10.7 sent the ball over the S'tt-foot centerfield J
,in 'the Hlh inning during the first! .. fence and trotted round the ?
nut HI|! and taking the second game' bases for a solo homerun. CALL US .
I 11 I :> in seven innings. Three outs kept the Tigers from (\I
widening their lead and the score \
stood at 72.Neilher *R F?

P.K. 10, Tigers 7 team scored in the sixth We Service '7
inning as Green struck out the first
The Timers: led l.y us much as live P.K. batter, Rogers sent one ground _
i mis llirouKlioiil the I name until P.K. ball to Mallard and
Bass
caught a
'lied the score in I the seventh inning ; T foul fly ball.Parrish All Makes .
.mil hen( seored three runs in the and Mallard both flew out
i lulilh: In, snatch victory away Irom to the right fielder and Green flew and Sell Carrier III
!the' 'I'lg'rsSlat..y out to the left fielder.
Green pitched the first II
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for
our', pitching, live strike outs and P.K. Ties It... Replacement or .
i'ii\| two walks to lead the Tigers in
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..II excellent delensive ellorl' by the A bunt a double two singles and a
"" homerun sent five P.K. runners over
lielders.
Tiger I Ila\/: id li.iss l lunclioned as (catcher the plate in the top of the seventh to C CAli
\Mghl) /: Mallard was: first I baseman ,.. tie the score at 77. Hayes Electric &
tilt Kugers played second Lee Par- I Green pitched one strike out and
Parrish! sent two ground balls to
,i i.sli was> at short stop, Tommy .
:Mohley played third) base Mallard for the outs which held the I (
score al 7-7. Conditioning
The outfield consisted ol Ken
:smith' al center,Jim lod"111 in right ,.., The Tigers needed only one run to
win the game, but a scrambling P.K. \
field and (Kick Carter in lelt. '
Hick Carter )led scoring for the j I "J. ... ,'if.-ro- defense held them as Godwin singled U.S. 301 N. ((355 N. Temple) St.irke
I with a lionierun) and 2 ItBl's ,. and Andre Davis went in to run for
igers ..
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hit the
cenlerfield
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'I\"ghl Mallard had I run and 2KHI's. (
t, .... for a double which sent Davis to CRAFTSMENIN
Da\ul Bass and Lee Parrish ,
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hint had 2 runs and Tommy Mobley ., > >* '' ti .." third but the third out caught the F=JlL ..
had I run and 1 HIM. Both Mallard -l t [ / .:. *#: :;>> two Tigers on second and third.
and Carter, had balls that hit thevim1 I / .**: $- COMFORT
( I held "Iencea (fist amice 01 about .. ". ;. ,.. :.. ""iaCarter .. P.K. Up by Three..
(15511: amvere awarded doubles. \t ,". ,..- ". '. ." *,.."'. """'," .. Two singles, a walk and a Tiger errror PRODUCTS & SERVICE
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The outfield consisted( of Ken \ ..... ( '. ; sent three runners home. Green g
Smith at center,Jim Godwin in right ,,_- JIfI..1IIt.:;.Iji. .II, 11 .c. ./.t' .,... 7" "' picked up a ground ball and tossed it
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mil Kick Carter in lelt. ., .. ... :}.:.-j.. _. .... '\, 'bi-Ii': to Mallard for the first out and pitched -
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I' K scored the first run in the '. 4 "'. .\. ,. ,- .......c-- ",_.. .. .. _' a strike out for the second. Bass PHONE
in si inning on 1 two singles and an ermi fired the ball off to Rogers on secondto n
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ped them Irom gaining much Kick! Carlfr. s<>|iiiiiiinre lell I lieldci Itu the Tigers i is coiignttiilaleil by attempted to steal second.
ground: 1,1\\; 'aught a fly ball and lingers d1)ubleheader.mgjust' ) I'."K. Ymijjr Friday See Page 5 _!
'nicked up a ground ball and sent it to Tiger...
!Mallard for I the outs.

Tigers Leap Out Front...
Custom from Centel
The Tigers came back in i iiie but Calling keeps
i"Mi, ol the first inning to take the
1 It ad t h> posting four runs in their
first turn at hat.
Bass !started things off with a wellconnected.Call
ingle to centerheld and then went oteoiu you .
on a single by Parrish.
Mallard l walked loading the bases
.Mill no outs.
Green hit a fly ball that was
inside the centerfield
aught just
tenet1 for the first! out !Mobley was
hit by a wild pitch and Bass went Waiting. a / r
home on the error.
Carter came to but with the bases i '
)
still loaded und two outs on the Breakthrough
board I Ill' singled lln('I'nh'rfll'ld. sen-
cling both Mallard und Parrish! home the playbyplay.
and !Mobley to third.Carter y
stole second !
antiIobll'Y
went home when the P.K. catcher With (Waiting, there's no waiting to be reached when b ,

In.tlln l put Carter\ out on second. your line is busy. :
Rogers! hit a line drive down the Calls get right t rough because a "beep beep" signals ,..

first first' baseline for the liruilVut and was but tagged not before out on another caller on the} line.That way you! don't miss important ... ,

the Tigers had raised the score to news and important news doesn't miss you. "; > ... w9M ..
41 I

Three Up Three Down... (;

P.K didn't gel a chance to ad-
\ance their score as the Tigers kept
them off first with three outs in a b : ,
row Both Rogers and Godwin ky
caught fly balls and Parrish pickedup ,
a ground ball and sent it to rv/: /
Mallard for the third out in the second

inning ,
The Tigers! sent one more run f
across the plate in the second inning l
to raise the score to 51. Smith flew I
out to the right fielder and Bass was ,
put out when the P.K. catcher snagged : ,
a foul ball.Parrish .
hit a drive into right field .
lor a !single lie stole second and Call Forwarding.
went to third when the ball that wasI
I brow n to cat h him there was dropped -
Mallard hit a drive into right Things work out when
field for a single and sent Parrish :


home second Green and walked Mobley, sending walked Mallard to load to kf4T 1 w1! ;: fi! :\' your calls keep up.

the bases Godwin hit, a ground ball
Call Forwarding means your calls go at the same
to the short stop and was tagged out ,
on first for the third out. ? 5't pace( you do.IJccauseby.
t dialing a simple code, YOll111 automatically
No Score for P.K... .,
% local number
., transfer t tlivm to any where you'll

runner A double' as far and us a! single third got but one a lough P.K. 1 4 : L IK} Or when you leave town to the home of a f friend or

Tiger defense kept them from scor ;E st r :; /' >> l'I'I.ltiSito unfriendly callers) it seems like you're

ingMallard .g ., u home, even when SOtt'I'I' not.
caught a fly ball for the .
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.
first out, Parrish picked up a ground w
I hall and sent it to first where
Mallard made: the tag and Green
struck out another batter for the
third out.
'f he'rigers were unable to score as [
the Blue Wave threw on a tough
defense and sent three Tigers back i
to I the dugout. ak

Tight Defense...

The Tigers! continued to play excellent -
defense in the fourth inning I
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as P.K. !sent one runner home on a "
walk and two singles. Rogers and
Mallard cooperated for two of the
outs and Carter caught a fly ball in Speed Calling.Bails .
left\ flt'hllo keep P.K.'s score down. (d
The Tigers! put one runner of their out of '
I own over the plate in the fourth to you
make the score 6-2 with the Tigersup
by 4 runs. emergencies fast.
Bass singled to the short slop and

a IJI'allhe ground ball hall to to first the base.short I'arrfshhit slop and When you've no I time to lose, SjK-ed Calling plunges you right .

was tagged<< out on first but he advanced into your \1xll'alJ.!

Bass to !second. One or two number dialing connects you to jx-ople quick and '

and Bass Mallard went sent to third him on home a pass when ball he ('nsyVwthl'r} it's the fri'IHI.vou call most often, or the t important < "

smashed out a beautiful fly ball that call for }help you make ,just once. ;'
hit the centerfield fence before bouncing ,
over. He was awarded two ,' )
bases. find out about all the ..' '4 :'j"
Call today to more Centel 1 Custom :. : .
hall short .
slop Green{ and hit was a ground tagged out on to first. Calling features. Ask one of our service representatives how we E ,.. ',

Mobley was hit by a wild pitch for can help you become. Inkier connected.\ '
the second time in the game and was
awarded last base.
Godwin flew oul to the center- / .
fielder for the third oul with the '
I Tigers stiff up \ty 4 runs.
CENTEL
Carter Hits Homer.. .

At the top of Ihe fifth inning, Ihe
Tigers !shut down ".K once more,
although one batter hit a doub'e.! connect. ,
,
Where people V
iYu.i fill.
balls in
Smith caught I two fly u row .
and Rogers picked up his fourth
ground ball oft t he game<< and M'nlilio





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stay alive and four to win, but the doubleheader and pitched 5 strike the Tigers as he singled and went to the second inning in the face of a
third out caught Mallard on second outs and 2 walks in the Tigers' 11-5 second on an error and Parrish sent strong P.K. defense, although Smith
after he walked and went to secondon victory over P.K. him home on a single to centerfield walked and added another stolen
a pass ball.Parent's. Dwight Mallard and Shands Parrish stole second and Mallard base to his growing total.
Howard led scoring for the Tigers in sent him to third on a single Into Neither team scored in the third
NightIn the second game against P.K. right field. Mallard stole second and inning, either, as both played tight
the intermission between the Yonge. Howard hit a triple that sentin the P.K. pitcher tried to pick him off defense. Godwin caught a fly ball in
two games of the doubleheader the 2 RBI's and came home himself in the attempt. The P.K. second right field and Shealy pitched a
191)6) Tigers nonored their for later for 1 run Mallard had 2 runs baseman missed the ball and Par- strike out and then picked up a
standing behind them all trough the and 1 RBI. rish went home while Mallard was ground ball and sent it to Mallard on
season. Jim Godwin had 2 RBI's, David safe at second. first! for the three outs.
Relatives or close friends of the Bass and Stacey Green had 2 runs Green was tagged out on first at- Mallard, Green and Mobley were
Tigers were introduced to the fans each, Lee Parrish and Tommy tempting to take base on an error, all tagged out on first base duringthe
and the Tigers escorted their Mobley had 1 run and 1 RBI each, but Mallard went to third on the Tigers' turn at bat.
mothers, sisters or friends out onto BB Rogers had 1 run and Andre play. Mallard went home on a pass
+., the field where they each received a Davis had 1 RBI. ball for the final Tiger score of the Tigers Up by 4...
long stemmed carnation in recogni- The Tigers held P.K. to no runs until inning. Two singles in the fourth inningdid
1N tion of their valued support the top of the sixth inning with Mobley walked and Godwin was the Blue wave no good as Rogers
throughout the season. some excellent defenisive play, tagged out on first, but sent Mobleyto and Godwin each caught a fly ball
Seniors were given special while adding 7 runs of their own to second. Carter hit a fly ball to and Shealy picked up a short
recognition during this last outing of maintain a substantial lead right field that was caught for the grounder and sent it to Mallard on
the regular season. They are: David throughout the game.In third out.Strong first to shut them down.In .
Bass, Andre Davis, Jim Godwin, the first inning, Shealy walkedthe the Tigers' half of the Inning, '
Shands Howard, Dwight Mallard, first batter. The P.K. runner Defense... they added one run when Carter
Tommy Mobley, Lee Parrish, Ken stole second and tried to go to third, The Tigers played strong defensein walked went to second on a pass
Smith and Mike Taylor. but Shealy tossed the ball to Mobleyon the second inning and it was a ball, stole third and went home on an
\ The other Tigers, who were also third for the out. case of three up, three down. Smith error.
honored for their hard work over the Shealy came back to strike out the and Carter caught a fly ball each for The Tigers continued to shut P.K.
.. past season are: Rick Carter,Stacey next two batters for the outs. the first two outs and Godwin hustl- down as senior first baseman
..w Green, BB Rogers, Kevin Shealy, ed for a fly ball in right field. Dwight Mallard figured prominently
r.. __ ... Iif.o.ii' Scott Woodall and Delma Young. Tiger Send Home 3... missed it, but recovered in defensive play. Mallard caught a
quickly and relayed it through fly ball for the first out, then Rogers
Howard Sends in Two on Triple... Tigers 11 P.K. 5 The bats were working well for the Mallard on first to Mobley on third to picked up a ground ball and Mallard
Tigers as they added three runs in tag the runner out for a beautifulsave tagged the second runner out on
Senior Shands Howard hoofs it homo after the powerful Tis"-smashed Kevin Shealy took over on the the first inning. ,
out a triple to scud two Tigrrx home mid th"11I'llt homo himself on mound for the second game of the Bass started things once more for The Tigers were unable to score in See Tiger... Page 6
another play for I run and 2 Hills in the sovoml half of the ".K.

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offered during Summer C (once a Starke, died Thursday, Apr 17 in Morocco Temple of Jacksonville Nunh'y Dawson! Griffis
week from May H to July :n) at the Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville Survivors include Harrell his wife, Mrs, Mr. Nunley Dawson Griffis, 84, of Hearing tests and our regular Service
Center ol Santa "'I'Cllmmunity following an extended illness Mary Crews ; one son
Starke ,
Culll.ge Born and raised in Tallahassee,he William Lee,Jr,of Starke; brother,. Whispering H.ulord, died Pines Tuesday Care, Apr Center 22 in Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each
devoted served the U.S. Navy,then movedto Paul ui Tallahassee; sister, Mrs.Sarah
will be to in
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course
Okeechobee, Fla following a long illness month from 9:00 to 12:00: atKOCH'S
problems ol interacting with infants Jacksonville, where he was sell- Hill of Born Nov. 20, 1901 in Lawtey, Mr : a.m. .
children, and teenagers at employed as a building l'Ollll'lIl'IlII'unhl Funeral services!! were conducted Griffis was a lifetime resident of DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street.
retirement He was a Sunday, Apr 20 at the First Baptist
home and in the school. It should bean his farmer, veteranof
H.uford He
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,cxi'ilmfi lass I lui |>.in'illsle.nlieis : Baptist the U,S. Army and a Baptist. Anyone
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day chit woikt-is and tin* Weseonnetl Masonic Bryant officiating Burial was v;", :wars im,hi'lp, Ihroo nroth'" deafness should mark this date on
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and Lawley
Levin Dopsie
Curtis of Raiford; one sister, Millie their calendar and plan to attend. If married,

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Apr, 25 at 2:30: p.m, in Pine possible. Call the Pharmacy to set up an appointment -
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Tawanda Tyson, Danielle Hersey, Terwillegar
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Rradlord Union Neighborhood andKeystone local scouts! Tracy While, Missy Davis, Brooke
Heights area Only a few buxt'ul! tookies remain Watson and Arnie Griff. Your # 1 Dealer in Florida
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men who volunteer as Girl 1 Scout for the scouts Shannon Patrick, Angela
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Clark, Covington, Andrea 1986 Supercabs
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Dukes,
reach the neighborhood were from Junior Crawford, April Duffy, Kim
These special people ,who sold Stephanie Dukes, Keshaun Early,
out to still girls- and to help them their reach dreams farther -, 655 Troop boxes 614.,and Shanna Kristen Wiggins Sapp who sold Lisa Jones, Trish Jones, Kitty 125" W.B., 2.9L, V-6 Engine, Power STG
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quite often extra money to be a Richardson, Toika Strong, Terri Disc. *2,000.00
volunteer and while the rewards are over 300: boxes of cookies Factory Air Conditioning
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Alicia Clemons Joy
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and Sabrina Smith
were given all leaders in BU, $9495
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CLASSIFIED SATURDAY Apr. 26 8-2 p.m. on Grlffls FOR SALE EXCELLENT TYPIST NEEDED Must type c/1rwilIear
mltted ADVERTISING should be sub. Loop. 1 block off Hwy. 100. Ten 70.75 wpm. Work Mon-Wed only App
to the
Telegroph' office Bradford County families, Inside. Commercial THREE BEDROOM BRICK home CH/A 2 ly at Job Service, 609 N. Orange St.
advance unless In writing and paid In Smokeater 5hp outboard acetylene baths, LR/DR fireplace, breakfastroom (behind Vo-Tech). 4/24 2tpd 5/1 REALTYPHONE
established credit I I. already torch with tank 10 hp lawn tractor gar-e room. 560 Glendale St. FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE:
with this .
off ic.. tools Scholarship avallablel ERA Tiffin and
THE TELEGRAPH bingo machine, tables, misc. Itpd 96.5.68.13 TF
STAFF CANNOT BE 4/24 Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W.
HELD RESPONSIBLE STARKE HOME: on graded road by Textile layfayette
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN FOR MISTAKES IN APR. 2t 8 a.m. Ill Cancel If rain. Nice Town. Large 2 BR. 1 Ba, new kitchen St. 964 5065 7/4 tfn "W'E

THE TELEPHONE. AD IS TAKEN OVER clothes new shoes, lots of ceramics. cabinets, stove, ref., microwave, EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS 205 N.
Classified Itpd 424SEVERAL carpet 2 acres, fenced yard large needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr Temple,
deadline
NOON It TUESDAY ITEMS Maytag wringer type oaks, nice. Must see 35000. 473.4422 Call Susan Cook 9646220. I2/5TF CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
prior to Thursday publication washer. One bedroom suite: rockerrecliner after 5 p.m. 4/17 4tpd 5/8 SALES POSITION: Must have idle ex.
Minimum
then 10 charge for 15 words for$2.75 ; several other Items, Call THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath home on Bet- perlence. Call 964.5606. Olin. Mobile Service Integrity Honesty
cents each word ther.aft.r.CARS .
9645722. Rd. 229 9 ml. W. of Storke. sent Rd. 59000. 9644635. 4/17 2tpd Homes TFHAIRSTYLISTI
Itpd 4/24 4/24 Florida Licensed. Must Thanks a Million

SAT. APR. 26 Huge .selection tod HOUSE ON LARGE LOT 2 BR, 1 bath, have following. Good benefits Busy Can You Believe--We are in our 13th Year

& TRUCKS dler/Infant clothes, new bassinet with priced to sell. Apply at 726 Laura St. shop Halrplanes. 9644645. 2/20 TF Of Real Estate in This Area!
GOVERNMENT JOBS $16.040 to
I skirt and liner cradle, carseat com Itchg 4/24
pound bow small appliances, much THREE BEDROOMS CH/A. fans 59230yr. Now hiring. Call SMASHING
1910 CHEVY PU N.w 350 telling CONTEMPORARY I Architect Tom Tonnler designed .
engine. 804.687.6000. ext. R 5504 for current
CuHomlzed. more 301 South Deerwood S/D 8 a.m.to 15x15 family room patio pecan & this
$ handsome 2 cedar the
.000. Call 1376.1866 f.d.rolli.t. 3/13 8tpd 5/1 story at Country Club. Approx.
(G'ville 1 p.m. Itpd 4/24 shade trees, corner lot double carport
3/27 tin.) between B a.m. and 5:30: p.m. MOVING SALE Sat.. Apr. 26 9.5 p.m. walking distance to town. A buy EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home 3120 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2'/ Ba, lot 125x180 Pella windows, 30x32

1914 THUNDERBIRD loaded take 533 W. Pratt St., many Items available. at 38900. Appointments Chaplain assembly work. For Info. call garage, 7 yrs. old, beautifully Insulated, fireplace.

Phon.964.7076 or 9648747.overpayments. Itpd 4/24 Redding 9647561. 4/17 2tpd 4/24 1-504641-8003 Ext. 9579. 3/27 4tpd 319 ST. CLAIR: .$36,000 Neat 3BR 1 IBa, city water & sewage,
5/8.
4/24 2tpd 5/1 SAT., Apr. 26 9 a.m. until. North on 301 NICE 4 BR frame home on large fenced
1"S FORD Mom 4 speed 6 cyl., dual to 'jt house on right past S&W Discount city lot. New carpet, stove, waterheater EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest CH/A 5 ceiling fans, range refrig, drapes remain In home.
tires, no bed. Truck designed to work; Parts. Itchg 4/24 close to school. 35000. clean cut A MUST I References' required CONVENIENT ADDRESS: 1032 E. Call St.: Block and brick

sell or trod. Itpd 4/24 BIG SIDEWALK SALE at Western Auto 372.7734 or 462-3998.4/17 6tchg 5/23 : possible $25,000 first year. Ap veneer 3 BR, 1 I'bath, lot Is 119.1x251.1x279.77x47.38 and extends
1912 FORD EXPi AM/FM Thu..? Frl., Sat. $.99 watches, toys, THREE BEDROOM 1 bath home with ply D 8 S Motors 207 N. Temple No
radio cassette, phone calls. 4/3TF to Bessent Rd. Built 1980. 43000.
AC red tools, paint mowers, etc. Itpd 4/24 separate garage. Beautiful
For Info sports call 964-5812 car good ask cond.for$3900. MOVING SALE freezer ref. neighborhood. 35000. 964.7076 or CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great Income poten LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing 68000. Home is on one

4/24c. len w/lcemaker, china cabinet & dining 9648747. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 tial. All occupations. For Info call ((312)) lot adjoining lot goes with It. In all 130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2

1912 MUSTANG GTt In excellent condition table w/6 chairs bunk bedswmattresS'usable HANDYMAN SPECIAL: 2 BR, frame OVERSEAS 742-8620 ext.JOBS 362.S20.ooo.S60.ooo 4/104tpd 5/1 plus Ba, carpet, range, refrig. Incl., all furniture purchase optional.
BR furniture
home
as twins large lot 16000. Terms
after, 6 4 speed/loaded.4/24 2lpd 5/1 Call 964-4121 attic Ian ceiling fan desk gas available to qualified buyer bonus Job offers guaranteed. Free In- .3 AC.-OKLAWAHA RIVER: High, dry good location. $15,000.

194 FIERO p.m. fully loaded red.black. opt. size stove, sofa w/loveseat lawn 90.-372.6881 or 378.9220.Itpd 4/24 formation. Doycorp. Box 697-IGS HOME & 15.5 ACRES: off Rd. 235, NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse,

Take over payments, excellent condi mower. Sale begins at 6 am Wed FOUR BEDROOM HOME In Ft. Louder- Pocatello, Idaho 83201. icon 86.98 barn ((2 stalls), creek runs thru property, $46,000 terms. .
Thurs., Frl., Sat. ALL DAY. Johns Dr. off dale. Trade for from Ocala to PLANT LOVERS earn extra cash.
tlon. property
4311401. 4/24 Itpd 5/1 WHITE BRICK & STUCCO with 3 BR 1 bath
1979 FORD Pratt St. Itpd 4/24 Jo... or sell $10.000 down and $550.50per Beautiful plant. Meet new people. : CH/A, $38,000.
MUSTANG 82 engine, kitchen- Flexible, hours Fensmore Hydroculture -2 ACRES 301 S: $94,444 possible to 2 morel
sunroof AC. FRIDAY furniture, jewelry mo., 20 yrs. Phone 468-2751 or ; get acres or
19te CORVETTE 9645369.: metallic Itpd 4/24 loaded wares, girls and baby clothes, sewing 4681718. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 Plants Call collect ((305)) 8862367. 'Icon FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba: 5 Ac., Incl. garage & solar greenhouse

4,500 mlles $27,500.964.6500.gray 4/24TF machine $25 patterns, crofts, books, HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 BR frame home, 86.99 69000.
STATE CERTIFIED PARAMEDIC with
stove more. Block behind Tenneco large lot 16000. Terms available to some
Station & phone co. Clark St. Itpd 4/24 qualified buyer 904-372-6881 or378.9220.Itpd firefighting experience Apply Brad -A JOY TO LIVE IN: Large attractive home In city, approx. 2417

FLEA MARKET Every Sot 95. Antiques, 4/24 ford County Emergency Services, 812 sq. ft., CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001!

BOATS used furniture cloth., automotive THREE BEDROOM 2 Ba, CH/A, FP on six 9646911.N. Grand Equal St., Opportunity Starke 32091.Employer.Phone MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Bo, LR, DR, large kitchen, 2
shop tools, etc Cherry St. Behind Harry acres In city near Elem. school.
Green's. Dealers welcome. 964.8012. 9645876. $65.500 FIRM. Itpd 4/24 4/17 2tchg 4/24 utility rooms 2 car garage fireplace, CH/A on one acre.
IS'g" TRI-HULL ski boat with walk-thru Itpd 4124CHURCH LABORER WANTED for Starke Natural 'SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer

windshield. 1979 Mercury 80 hp pow.rtrim. YARD SALE: 2138 Temple Av. REAL ESTATE Gas Dept. Must have high school a handsome brick and cedar home on 37'/i acres 4 BR, 2V'
1982
Dilly trailer exc. cond., education and be able to get
North. Saturday 10 til?. Itpd 4/24
water skis, vests, ropes Included. REMODELING SALE Troll Restaurant & OUT OF AREA chauffeur's license. Apply at City Hall Ba plus nice barn 133000.

964.6330 days or 964.7717 eves. 4/17 Motel remodeling sale, Friday and Merrill Dees office, before Friday. May 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian, 1 lot Jefferson
2tchg 4/24 9-4 Washer 9 at 5 p.m. 4/24 2tchg 5/1 HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED
Saturday p.m. 8 dryers, YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
LAND FOR SALE mountain land by
BABYSITTER in home, must hove own
esess rooms of furniture, some restaurantequipment owner $100 down owner financing. 2 transportation.my References required. block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on 50 ac. Crawford
and
SEELIG'S other Items.spreads Itchg 4/24 drapes. Many acre tract views, easy access private, Phone 964.8105 after 6 p.m.24 2tnd Rd. plus 4 chicken barns--a good going business. Owner financing
nice building sites, I hr. North of
51R.N.s all !
SMALL CRANE SERVICE SATURDAY 9.3 p.m.t clothing Buy or part
Marietta. Call 1-404-276-2727 '
time available with
household Items 819 Pork wood Place. 14042763668. 86.101 Gateway i Alcohol/Psychiatric position Treatment NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
Itchg 4/24
18"AugerFor 111 ACRES Troy Alabama. 9 acre pecan Center. Competitive salary and Owner financing.

Pole Setting grove, 25 cultivation, peanut allot. benefits., Contact Kim Williams OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, 1V4 Ba, ap-
Jack E. 964.4225 ment. 25 acres planted pines, 45 904-752-6706 N. Flo. Mental Health
Seelig ClassifiedVjnmn 1705 ft.
I mature timber. Paved road. County Center Inc., Administration Office, prox. sq. CH/A large garage 157x105 lot, fenced

4-1 4>.d l fit ( ,, ,ll""' l CI,'ilBH.,'trtl.lng water 51500. United Farm Agency Lake City. Fla. 32055. Deadline 'for applications backyard. If you have $7,500 owner will hold 1st mtg. and you
Winner- TlfciSSAlways 'f P.O. Box 755 Troy Ala. 36081. ((205)) is May 1. EOE. 4/24 2tchg 5/1 pay balance in 20 years.

a -, 566-1870 or ((205)) 7352442. Icon 86.102 ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: Su-EI's! HOUSE TO RENT.
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND Retirement Home First aid
BEN'S AC & required.
large acreage, small acreage, cabins, Live In housekeeper-companion free COUNTRY LIVING: CB, 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range, refrig.,

BUSINESS homes DOCKERY LAND CO. 114 Andrews room board and salary 4682619.3/20 DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. 49600.

Refrigeration Rd., Murphy. NC 28906. Call Toll TF 'GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath $19,900.
OPPORTUNITIESOWN Free 1 1.800.331.7947.fcan; 86.96 SAT. 8 SUN. POSITION
BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH CH/A, 100x200 lot, 20000.
GEORGIA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY Free
782.3564 Lawtey Dependable person to work snack barsat
color brochure on our many mountain Waldo Flea Market Food hate PREFERRED PROPERTIES

COMMERCIAL & DOMESTICAir YOUR apparel OWN children Jean.Sport.w.ar.ladl.s large size,, property listings. Call 1-800-554-3232 and "r management experience 14 plus Acres . . . SW 75th St. . . . $35,000
Conditioning or write Jenkins Realty Group. Inc., preferred. Call for appt 468 2255. Near Hampton Lake
combination store, maternity
petite
P.O. Box 734 Blairsville, Ga. 30512. 4/24
Central! or WindowDehumhliflers accessories. Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi fcan 86-94 OLAN Itchg MILLS needs several telephonesales 4 Ac. off Laura Ch. Rd. . . .Vacant Prop. . . $10,000

E Z Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin people to start work immediately 301 Dairy Queen . . . Building . . . $89.000
Klein Valente Evan Picone, Liz
Sergio
Auto & Truck Claiborne. Members Only Gasoline, LAND FOR SALE no experience necessary. Also need 2 lots W. Madison . .Owner Financed. . . $27,500

ICE MACHINES & ICE MAKERS Healthtex, over 1000 others $13.300 to someone Sue Mast for light Best delivery Western work.Starke.Applyto 4 acres GriffIs Loop . . .Vacant Prop. . . $16.000

Rentals $24,900 Inventory training, fixtures,. ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. Thurs.. 4/24 5.9 p.m. or Frl., 4/25 9-1 I Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16 . . . $9,500

RepairsREFRIGERATORS grand. opening etc.6783639.Can open Itpd 15 days.Mr. 4/24 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call p.m. or 5.9 p.m. EOE. Itchg 4/24 Mimosa & Bessent . . . 3 lots. . . . ea.$6,900
Keenan ((305)) 964-5606. 1/03 tfn .
OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful discount MANAGEMENT POSITION LADIES- You 5 Oaks Subdiv . . . 1 lot . . . $10,000
FREEZERS ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY don need experience. We train.
STOVES WASHERS. DRYERS shoe shore. Ladles, childrens, mens. ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 Christmas Around the World Party Planis Hwy. 16 W . . . .Lots2. . . . $10,000

Notionally known brands: Nike, Evan per mo. Call 964-5606. 1/03 tfn looking 'for ambitious homemakersto Crosby Lake . . . Lot 22 . . . $17,000
Home andA Liz Claiborne, Andrew Geller,
Picone,
Repair
Cherokee, Bass, Gloria Vanderbilt, 9 LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764.; alter work as area supervisors Ground Country Club . . . .Lot7. . . . . $8,000
Few Used Models 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn floor with Income, invest
West Naturalizer and many more. LAKE HAMPTON OAKS LOT No. ment.opp.Call collect exc.904.878.1238.no Itchg 301 North . . . . 10 lots . . . . $125,000

TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt $21,900 to $39,900 Includes beginning 25--located on US 301 ten minutes from 4/24 Country Club . . . . Lot 9. . . . . $9,500

A Reasonable Cost Inventory training and fixtures round, trip grand air Starke, 20 minutes from Gainesville $20.000 PLUS Sampson Lake . . . 2 lots . . . ea.$17,900
opening promotions
fare. Prestige Fashions 5013292362. 1.01 acre In nice neighborhood. 5000. Floor Maintenance. Routes coversGainesville Sampson Lake . . . 1 lot. . . . $11,900
Call 4960067. No collect calls. 4/3
4tpd STorke & Jax areas Noexperience
Ben or Don On Call Itpd 424WASWERKS 4/24 If Free Notary Services
COMPANY Florida's necessary. you give up
24 Hours. 782.3564 easy and don't like hard work don't * *
largest. Be your own boss. Own a Wax-
waste our time I If you can hondl.r.spon.lbility EVENINGSBILL
werks Distributorship Full Invesmtent
4/34 "Pd FLORILAND and .self-motivated
$1995. Includes all supplies, equipmentand call Phone are and DODD 964.7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188
Immediately transportation
training. 3055823626. fcan 86.100 REALTY a must. Vantage Maintenance JOHN GREENE 533-2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593

964.7700 System 8138682883. Co. located Hudson NOVIS WARD 964-7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408
Fla.. 14619 US Hwy 19. 4/27 2tchg
RANDY CORY 475.2597
393
N. Ave.
Temple
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r Vernle P. Odom Broker-GUI 5/1

American Home Week

The Heart of America LOSTFOUNDLOST

PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTYCorner

-3 BEDROOM 1 bath nice home, low OR STOLEN 5 month old Brittany

IB I 964-5065 $30.. Spaniel puppy weighing 42 Ibs, white US 301 & SR 16 Starke Fl.
-1 ACRE with well; owner finance. wrown spots and freckles on nose.
-LOTS: Graham area owner financing Missing, since Apr. 9 In the Lake Hampton 262ft. Frontage on 301. Ideal for Car Wash

1 acre up. Oaks area. This puppy Is brother to Service Station, Restaurant.

REALTOR"l' -5 ACRES 476' an 301 South. pair and the remaining Is moaning Utilities Available. Excellent Investment OpportunityFor
houses. himself to death. REWARD. Please callcollect
LOTS zoned for trailerss acre to
468-2994 or 373.1917. 4/17 3tpd all your investment needs
IVs acre, owner financed $500

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I down.Commercial Call for LOST 5/1 WALKER HOUND: Lemon and I Call(305)( ) 767.4035
Building-- white Call Chuck Walker 9647389.
details.
4/24 2tpd 5/1

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R,100 I 4is'pd mtNEW

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RESIDENIIAL
CYPRESS HOME: on *COUNTRY CLUB AREA: brick,

*BEAUTIFUL .4 BR, 2 fireplace bath In ,country even a club hot tub central and many vacuum other Intercom...tros. Seller auto water 2/2 with pavilion & dock 3 BR, 2 Ba eat-In kitchen, LR, FR,
door
garage motivated opener features upstairs balcony. Excellent sun porch, large lot. Owner anxious.

*TWO MOBILE HOME UNITS less than 2 yr.. old. Klngsley lake area great rental fishing. .

owner financ. available. Full-Time AssocUtesD.trgnotecf WATERFRONT: sand bottom *3 BEDKouA/l HOME "..-cor
DUPLEX IN TOWN on 3 lots, only $3.000 down. Excellent terms. mobile home.
buyers lake w/nice garage on 21 acres including 19
JUST OUT OF CITY LIMITS: attractive 3 BR 1 Ba kitchen equipped pro. _e
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t.ctlon plan furnished $38.000. FL... Appraiser [K A YC WATERS Ready to move Into. acres of nearly mature pine. Only

LAFAYETTE ST.s Brick veneer, 3 BR 2 Ba on extra large la with beautiful oak South 301 Plaza. Res. 94 5370 4 jKetti'OPAli A HOME THAT DARES TO BE $72,900.J' ,.

I DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres. *COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE but
tree.
*JU'T OFF PRATT ST nice home, with attached rental apartment, to helpmo.tly Open Man. thru Fri. R i 94-7333 DjiCKSONr I I .iiymtXJK Res.9459A V'ElDER' ; 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's 2 Ba's, convenient to city. You can have \

make mtg. poym.nt. Own.r will (:30 ..m. to.50 p.m. ; den liv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl Insulated to 29 beautiful acre with this I
furnished. on 1 ocr., good area. up .!
*NICE DOUBLEWIDEs Set 9 ..m. la 4 p.m. R, KITE 1 SUZANNE KITCHENS
windows rng., refs 9, beautiful spacious 3 BR 2'!. bath r
finance. Jeii:. (k.ijfiM.i- | $t4Jt30/ .
hardwood floors, CH/A. All this for 32000. DW CH&A dble
*WESTMORELAND ST.s 3 BR. 1 Bo carport home with many amenities. AB
*SEEING IS BELIEVING custom DW with plenty of extras with your own pool w/storage bldg. Sale priced at SOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE
deck. Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business Add'l) avail.
and kitchen 73200. acreage TOTALLY APPRECIATED
HOME past hospital with large workshop and garage, Your Full Service Real Estate Office
*SPACIOUS FOR LEASE OR SALE: 3BR, 2 BRING ON THE HORSES &

equipped*CATHEDRAL, CEILINGs large room., 3BR. 2 Bo, CB. has fireplace, kitchen COMMERCIAL CORNER baths on 2 acres CH/A CATTLE: 49 Ac., 3 BR home, on

.j I equipped on 2 beautiful acres Lowtey area.COMMERCIAL. Serious Investors: Take Notice! Residential w/fireplace. Near FSP and hwy. Priced right, exc. terms.

Lawtey Correctional, 49900. IN CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3 BR, 2
LOOKMEOVERI! Call for
Irenewalk Into a going business. SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit appt. EXCELLENT BUY Large home bl' eat-In kit. room carport
*CHICK great
'APARTMENTS All this for 79000. Easy terms. firm to see beautiful 3 BR 2 Ba home,
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home.
I ** UNITS and 2BR tal complex, full occupancy on 1.76 acres, cleared for owner fin. "1.500.

LOTS cash down payment required. formal LR, DR, FR w/fireplace garden. Separate well & septic 5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land in

*JUST PAST HOSPITAL approx. 1'A acre wooded. Build your dream home In *CORNER SR 18 & 301 14.87 large kitchen. In city best location. tank for MH., 38000. pasture 3BR, 2 Ba, super kit

thl. exclusive area. acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 chen. $71,900.Waterfront .
Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR PINEBREEZE S/D: Brick 3 BR
.... ml. to Gville.
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Evenings Rental Available
Sales Manager
1 Vi bath, sale priced 29950.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES *2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff. i
Tom Bement 9"39' LAKEWOOD AREA: Executive May 1-Sept. 30 Lots Building Lots
RD. Adjoining
*" m it EDWARDS :
Irene L. Faulkner 9".752' Morty Russell|| 473-7694: Bradford Sq. 64x150 with home In exclusive area, Crosby Furnished 2 BR, 2 Ba Mobile Home Lots And Acreage
'
Louis Young
Karen Adams 964-4002' Lake Quality construc Doublewlde, $350/mo.
leeHardenbraok 964-4527' building' Available I In All Areas
* tion. 4 BR, 2 Ba, many
LEE HARDENBROOK. APPRAISALS *ONE ACRE PLUS: commer

964-6S27' cial/Industrial S. 301 area, I In city I amenities.
AFFORDABLE LIVING: Neat
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COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL clean 2 BR, 1 Ba, I in quiet We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

Rentals Available *CONVENIENCE STORE LOCA neighborhood, minutes from Thinking of Buying or Selling? Callus/
REALTOR ASSOC. TION: 1 Acre on corner of 16 Wand
Carol Warner
I
town. Only $24,900.
Property Management Division _. Pleasant Grove Rd


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FOR SALEBRADrORDUMLNOCK -------- --- FOR RENT FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

.FOR SALE FOR RENT to the Lake Region Monitor office

------ --- 2 BR LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $250 weekly 4'X10' ALUMINUM roofing or siding: 14' In writing and paid In advance
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale. LARGE 2 BR HOUSEi I bath, CHi A, stove, plus deposit. 473-3856. lOtchg 9" trusses with 2' overhang; 12' 4" unless credit Is already establishedwith

SALES 360 390 4bbl manifold, motors' C-6 8 refrigerator.' Sultabl. for couple or 3/27.5/29 trusses; 4"X4" by 8' or 10'. 4732217. this office
Umerock S Fill Dirt FMX transmissions. rear ends etc., small: family. $350/month. Call LAKE GENEVA 2 BR 1 BA. telling fan, 4tpd 4/3-24 MONITOR STAFF CANNOT; BE HELD

20 yd. toml-loads only ,miscellaneous body ports, tires & mag 964-7826. 2/20 TF stone fireplace, greenhouse, storage HOT POINT Kitchen range, cream colored RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Phon. 782-3172 S/23fchg wheels Gory 964.8569. 3/20 TF LARGE t BR, 1 bath house with CH/A
shed fenced yard, white sand beach, good condition. 4732514. Itpd CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
STOKE BOUGHT: Furniture" lor sole at FIBERGLASS DOG BOX for fullsire fleet- stove and refrigerator. Suitable' for deck $500 monthly Weekdays 9.4, 4/24 THE TELEPHONE

Doublewide, Home Center located side pickup. $75. 964.5812.TFceCHEVY couple or small family. $350 month 475.5640; weekends 47$,1345. 4/3 1970 NEWPORT CHRYSLER needs Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon
North, on 301 lawloy Ha (tins ,is not 4x4 PARTS ton anything you Call 964-7826. 3/13TF tlnchg molar, Has brand new exhaust prior to Thursday publication.

'node, (uiniturc. 6 13 "nchg need Axles front or rear auto NEWLY DECORATED! everything furnish- NICE QUIET AREA .22BR, 1 BA, par- and timing chain. 1970 Ford Maverick system
FOR SALE Store' bought furniture, 'for' tionsm ii'insfer' cases, 2 different, ed. Will accept one child, no pets dolly furnished $200; 2 BR, unfurnished junker. 4737072.: Itchg 4/24

sale ot Olrits Home Center located on types. spring .1' blocks, big U bolts Palms Apts.. 2313 N. Temple.4/3TF $150: 1 BR furnished CH/AC $175. & Compare.11 I
Highway' 100 West This, is not. trailer Call 964 5812. TFct. HOUSE FOR RENT on Edwards Rd. $325 Call anytime, 475-2813.: 2tchg 4/17-24 Shop

'furniture, 6 13 tlnchg' GOOD CROSVTIES: 8 'It. r 4681455.. per month. Call 431-1854 after 5 p.m. APARTMENT Furnished spacy, 1 DR, HOUSES FOR SALE Special Insurancefor

AKC TOY POODLES lor stud: 964 4238I 4 17 2lpd4.24 4/17 21pd 4/24 screened porch. One or two retired Mobile Home Park ,
I 2311 SEVERAL ITEMS: gloss dinette, v. '4 LARGE 2 BR apartment first floor no loti,.... $125 month. 4737044. 2tpd BY OWNER $5000 and assume 10% In- All of homeowners -
HALF PRICE I Large flashing all ow signs' chairs Sit while sola' queen-sizebeu pets. Call 964.8498. 4/17TF 4/24 b'l stallment mortgage. 473-7619 after types formobile .
$299'' Lighted' nnn arrow $279'' with' headboard and footboard anti- LARGE 3 BR, 1 bath block home In town 4 p.m. 5tpd 3/27-4/24 policies
TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across homes
Nonlighiocl' $229'' I tree letters'' Warranty quo bed and dresser, coffee and curl with stove, ref., AC paddle fans, 2 FP WATERFRONT ON LAKE SERENA
from lake furnished.Mr. .
Only 'few left. this price. See tables miscellaneous Items. 964 4861 carpet, big family room living room $155. Partially 6/26 Melrose. 3 BR, 3 BA, great room Call for Quote *
locally hadcuy' 1(800)( ) 423 0163. or 964 4157. Itchg 424MOBILE kitchen $350/mo plus sec dep. Phillips 473-7560. 2/13 20tpd CH/AC, beautifully landscaped very Ol.n's Mobile

anytime 'han 8693 9646152. 4/24 3tpd 5/8 -.--- serene $69,500 by owner 4752546.

TWO FORD VAN SEATS with, adjusters. HOMES TWO BEDROOM mobile home 1 VI Lost 4tpd 4/3.24
like, new $100. 964 7498 4 10 4tchg baths. Inside city limits. Call 964-6561. LAKE BROOKLYN Prime location spectacular Home Sales

51 1 1HOMELITE FOR SALE 4/24 2tpd 5/1 $100 REWARD! -' black male Labrador view. White sand beach 2 BR, 1

GENERATOR: B hp 3500 --- ----- LARGE 3 ROOM apartment on second mixed dark spots on torque. Lost Nov. BA, furnished complete, treed fenced {Elaine M. Olin Agent

watts used 5 hrs $800 964 6482 Con 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on floor. Some furniture 964-8498. 4/24TF 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Rood. /t acre plus $82,000 obo. 964.5606 TP
be soon ot Adventure Homes 4 17 one or all Olin's Mobile Home Sales TWO BEDROOM 1 bath CH/A very Answers to "Minor" 473-7162. 4/3 3057938199. 4tchg 4/10.5/1
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Itchy clean. Available now. Call 9645377after tfnchg --
904 964 5606 6'6 tlnchg'
TWO MARE HORSES: 3 4 Morgan or 1 2 1984 DESTINY MH with" fireplace. $1,500 5:30: p.m. Itchy 4/24 LAND FOR SALE -"to __ --- .....-.
Quarterhoise' $400 each or $700 'for ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment.
down and 'take over payments. Call PERSONAL SERVICES
both' Call 473 2057 alto, 8 for Janet M.
Adults Clean
p m 782 3358 after 6 p.m. 3/70 TF only. quiet. 830 N. Temple LAKE LOT' Hlllcrest lake 13500.
more mho, 4 17 2tud 4 24 1982 MOBILE HOME: 14x70 3 BR, 2 both Ave. 9644296. Itpd 4/24 Owner will finance. $164 per month.
SUPERIOR COACH: 28 It motor' home Call 964 4824 after 4 p.m. 4/24 3tpd 5/8 WALDO: I BR, in town completely furnished FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 4734367. 4/10 tfnchg StarlingRealtor
Class A Like, new 1913 model SO 000 TWO BEDROOM mobile. home, utility all utilities Included. $225/mo. Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
miles, 473 3627 alter' 7 30 p m. $17.500 and 'front condi- Cable TV available. Call Toni! 395-0088 473-2521. 4tpd 4/3-24
pole porch. Very good acre wooded lot $17,500 Call 473-7162
OBO Moving must sell 4l\ 2lchg' tion $500 down and take over low days or 468.1927 eves. Itpd 4/24 SINGLES Find that someone special after 5. 3/27 tfnchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Starke.

4 24CITY monthly payments. Call anytime, SMALL 2 BR: mobile home, furnished on through Lakeside Singles Club, Rt. 2 Large corner lot, 2 bldg. currently
OF STARKE .is selling 8 It poles for' 782 3603. 4 17 2tpd4/24. private lot. ISO/mo. $100 deposit. Call Box 2641. Melrose, Fl 32666. Send for YARD SALE erited. 50000.

$ 30 per 'foot U load Contact Purrhos MOBILE HOME: many extras, full appliances 964.7625.itpd 4/24 application-ages 18 to bOo 4/10 tfnchg -2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, $29,900.
usg Dept. 601 N. Orange St (city" with refrigerator Included GOOD 22 ACRE PASTURE 'fenced and UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs, HOUSE: U MOVE Make offer
yaid). 964 5322. 4 24 2tchg 5 I watered. Four miles from Stark on couches campers Addison Upholstery YARD SALE Saturday and Sunday, Apt
Also Spanish pecan bedroom suite and REDUCED TO $39,900t 1.1 ACRES
2627. Postmaster's SR 214
TROY-BILt TILLER: 8 hp Briggs & Stratton hord rood. Call 9647679. Itpd 4/24 4732452. 4/10.5/1 Village.
minus bed springs screened In porch. Hutcheson Road. 9 a.m. Itpd 4/24 with older home, beautiful pecan
engine 4 speed with owners manual. RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction
Coll 964 5330 after 4 p.m. Itchg 4/24 trees
Little Lake
FRIDAY-SATURDAY Rain
Phone 964 4581. 4 24 5 1 and truck mounted -
2tpd up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- equipment. CAB
24x60 MOBILE HOME 1975 3 BR I
: 3/4 -IS ACRES Older
Rd. 3 ml. north on SR-21. 473-3536. home and DW
FITNESS SYSTEM Power Pak 2000 110 Owner CARPET CLEANING.
: at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF Keystone Heights.
bath' living room 'family room diningroom mobile
Ib weight' new $200. Phone 964 4362 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for r.nt. On 473-777O. HALF OFF ON SCOT- Many Items, camping household home, $47,500.
after, 4 p i f m Itpd 4 24 473 3073.kitchen David, CH Gnffis.AC fireplace Itpd 4/24 Cal;! Highway 16 W. Clos. to prison. CHGUARD. 6tpd 3/20-4/24 musical horns, lights hoses etc. Itpd 11.9 ACRES: 1 WeN 3 septic tanks,

UPRIGHT FREEZEII: Sears. Best liostlree196cu 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg TRACTOR WORK Roads scraped mowing 4/24 pond pole barn. $33,500
DOUBLEWIDE 1' 301 South.
on acres on
It $300 Phone 964 8174 alter" and GARAGE SALE Saturday April 21.. atR..d' -5 ACRCS: $12,500 10 ACRES
NOW REMODELING the old T.rry Brown roto-tilling 473-2330. lOtpd ; -
$10.000 down and $360.06 'for 15
years. Auto Parts from 9a.m. ,
6 p m weekdays anytime weekends 468 2751 or 468.1718. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 law office on E. Call St. .If you are Interested 3/27.5/29 to3p.m 25000. Excellent Terms
4 24 2tpd| 5 I VETERANS ONLY I NO DOWN PAYMENT. in renting this office and NEED TYPING DO NEB Reasonable, efficient Itchg 4/24 -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500.
POP-UP CAMPER: Bethany sleeps six selecting carpet, etc, about computer printout letter quality. BIG YARD SALE Saturday April 26 VERY NICE In lowtey 50000.
80 x143 plus 2. Includes AC and skirting
stove ref used only 8 tim,C s. Excellent renovating It, call 964.6305 John $2.50 per page. Call 473-4648 and -everyday through May 4 from 95. 7145 -SO Ac.$50,000.
$250 mo. 70x14 with AC 3 BR. 2
Pinon Rd. 4733857. 4/24
condition 964 6093 days or 964.8285 Miller. TF leave message. Will return call tfnchg Itchg ((904))782-3931
Ba $225 Call
only mo. Mary 2720625.
SPRING YARD SALE 26
Saturday April
alter 5pm 4 24 2tpd. 5 1 NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS 3/27 P.O. Drawer

83 SOFA: earth"tone print. $75 Phone BARGAIN 424 4tchg HUNTER 515 : 1984 Fleetwood All US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee, RN WILL PROVIDE CARE for the elderlyin from Household 94. Items Keystone, crafts.Club Itpd 4/24 Estates. 301 S.I'awleyBROADWAY '

964 4062 Itpd 4 24 electric with" front kitchen. $475 down N.C. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing, her home. Price Includes professional .-- ....--..
TOMATO PLANTS: $5 per 100. Also Baby $155 per mo. STARKE HOUSING rafting hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway care, meals, laundry, activities
chicks $ 35 each 964-6528. Itchg 4 24 CENTER U.S. 301 South. Starke. mining. New 2 BR cabins, furnished. and all amenities For further Information CARS, TRUCKS "

SEVERAL ITEMS: Frostfree' refrigerator 964 4174. Itchg 4/24 Sunset Farm Rd Cabins Rt. 1, Box call 475-1951. 6tchg 4/3.5/8 & BOATSFORD 1
$225 Washer $200 place setting olNontake 216.C Whlttler HANDYMAN SERVICE work & WALTERS
LIKE NEW: 83 Peachtree 2 BR, 1 '/, Ba, N.C. 28789. yard ,
china $300. 964.4157. Itpd separate laundry room. Sell to 1-704-497-2200 Ralph Heordman. garden roto-tilllng,, chain saw work, *

4 24FORD Believe! $525 down $163 per mo. 4/10TF tree trimming and removal trash haul FAIRMONT 1978, 6 cylinder, 4 TREE SERVICE
<00 TRACTOR: Runs good. STARKE HOUSING CENTER U.S. 301 SMALL TRAILER for rent by the month 1 ing any kind of odd |lob. repair and door. Good condition. PB/PS/AC. Lots

hydraulic, blade on front 12 volt South Starke. 964.4174. Itchy' 4/24 or 2 adults only no pets deposit re maintenance. Coll 4733321. 4tchg of recent work done, very good tires Removal .

system $2 000 9648313. Itchg 4 24 12x60 CHAMPION MH: 2 BR, large living quired. Starke KOA Kampground, Hwy 4/10.5/1 $1300 or best offer. Call Janle Wiles, '
FORD BN TRACTOR: looks good in runn room kitchen S dining room together 301 South. 964.8484.4/J7TF HOUSECLEANING Reasonable rates. 473.3971.2tpd 4/17.24 Trimming ,

mg condition, needs work on motor washer large room bulll-on shed outside ROOMS FOR RENT weekly, $60 one person Landra Burgess 473-3629. Days or BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 5 HP leaf Stump Removal I
$1000 or trade 'for truck of' equal value Whitehead Tr. Pk. on Rd. 230. or $63 two people. Free cable and evenings 2tpd 4/17.24 mulcher stereo record-tapo player *

964 8313 Itchy 4 24 Lots of 'trees 'for shade 964.8226.4/24 HBO. 964-8876, Sunshine Mot. 4/17 SANTA FE HOUSECLEANING SERVICE and recorder, large bug whacker, back Firewood

NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. 2tpd 5 1 1COMMERCIAL 2tpd 424FURNISHED 4682477. let us be your genie massager with heat 473.2988 Itpd Free Estimate

Measures 24x36 25 cents each. Great : weekly and monthly rates. Gainesville, Starke Keystone, 4/24
'for patching, and repairs TELEGRAPH PROPERTY Variety of rentals, free maintenance Melrose, Hawthorne. 4tchg 424515MISCELLANEOUS 473.7097 473-7679
and lawn Jo-Lu Motel I MH Park
135 W Call St 964 6305. RENT/LEASE 964.8810.4/17TF care COMMERCIAL PROPERTYTWO After 5 P.M.
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COPY MACHINES: Canon 'for rent or
sale Canon home copier $799: Canon Keystone Heights
home or office, copier $999. Canon office NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call 8. Thompson PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible STORY MASONARY BUILDING 139E. Licensed & Insured
Call St.. Starke. FL. Clyde W. Simpson
copier $1349 Rent. to own 'for as Streets: 2 story masonry building. Items and antiques. Used furniture, tin.
little as $45 per month OFFICE SHOP Clyde W Simpson. 356.6849. 4/10TF glassware, jewelry and much more. 356.6849.4tchg 4/3.24

HOW. Call St. Starke 964 5764 2 21 LINK FENCE: 'Installed. Freeestimates. Come see for yourself One mile east I
tfn MISCELLANEOUSCHARlOTTE'S Handy-Man Fence Co. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. ,

ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn 4732183.410 tfnchg M Call Collect I
Doors, windows. Mobile HomeRoofovers
TO ORDER
GLASS CUT
No down payment Call 9646946. tfn RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP -
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as WEBB: reasonable priceson etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Needs men's, women's and children's Protects and Insulates
new and used Items. Clothes Orders also taken In Lake "!
9646078. 10% OFF .lt.,
$14.99 per month Call 9646946. tan spring and summer clothing now) 11'
shoes, crafts, alterations. 964.7100 or Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights,
AM/FM'CASSETTE RECORDER with Open Tuesday through Saturday 10
964 5732 9648569.
or tinWANT
detachable speakers (|lam box). Sears Consignments 4734973. 2/26 a.m.-5 p.m. Highway 21 North,
always welcome. 3/13 TF ?
TO DRINK
like, $85 782.3660. TF Keystone Heights 4733106. 4/10
new only jm| FinancingAvailable'
FREE PIT BULL PUPPIES m
782.3065
: or THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS
VW PARTS 'for sale no motors body tfnchg m a
7823940. 9 weeks old. Itpd 4/24 WANT TO STOP .
parts trans axle. etc Gary 964 8569 BINGO-AMERICAN LEGION POST
THAT'S OURS 21 N. afternoon 25.
3 20 Hwy Sunday
TF33M WANTED Alcoholics Anonymous SATURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock with a :
964415096461949t4e219pd $200 JACKPOT. Open to public 5tchg
r rM thru 5/15
-- -- SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 3/27-4/24 ,

.COOKS WANTED TO RENT trailer lot In StarkeLawtey retold. Serving Bradford County for 10 e Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL t
REAL ESTATENorth
WaiteriWaitrei.fuo / area. Call 782-3026 or 475-2987 years. Bradford Septic Tank Service, Stone
after 6 p.m. 2tpd 4/17-24 9648121. 10/17 TFchg OF NORTH FLORIDA

Pizza Hut SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes Carolina C Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street
cleaned, oiled and adjusted, $15. Used Mountain.
Combine: v"11 1'1, .1'.,,,' iinn. "ti\ FOR RENT sewing machines for tale. James ONE ACRE located In the mountains, tin Windows Starke, Fla. 964-6766

prr.noalits, Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy good access large trees covers this /

Add: V'lir ",irt"<'nits rlliurutcu.rl, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKi 16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF tract. Owner needs to sell $6500. pay -
.mil. HANDYMAN painting electrical $1000 down assume loan.
'inn III.I""r." : carpentry
Mobile Homes and spaces for rent.
Blend: I n I .,dl ''ogO'lI"> r sub our! Recreational vehicles welcome Phone complete home repair.
,,,,, ,,,, ." htnilf, -. and KI: mum 964-7498.9/16 tfn Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor CHALET 3 bedroom 2 bath, two BULLDOZER WORK WANTED I
levels, one mile from town lovely setting -
Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF
Call ,
LIIgl"I") iiplrS EFFICIENCIES, studios and one BR apartments
TRAINING all large deck overlooking mountains Call 964-5606
PROFESSIONAL DOG : ((904))
Electricity Included. Low weekly -
ifou hire .
\ looking' fur .1HKI phases obedience, personal protec excellent location. Built-in ,
1 I IIMI-OHI-UI I I .'!IIMK position''' monthly rates. Palms Apartments, lion show ring. Experienced all cabinets, very private. All for $55,000
2314 N. Ave tin Between 8 to 6
Temple
a.m.
,, $5000 down assume loan p.m. 2/201' \\
M itli rw ll< lit "agrs: aid breeds. 964.5732 or 964.7100.3/13 TF pay -
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2
FLEXIBLE HOURS BA apt. For more Information' call Lake EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE disking
blade work garden work. TWO ACRES Short dl.tanc.'ram' Murphy
mowing
whir MHI < .,III pill' stun, "llIh"" 'III Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Free estimates Have tractor will good garden spot ready to buildon.

\\\lilk|t"I'ph I on Housing. 6/7 tfnchgNO travel. 782.3469 or 9648230. 3/13 TF Owner said sell. $9800 pay $1800
DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BR Sandi-Bousesa
: 301 South
loan.
and assume Hwy ,
artists
>\| | IHII\|| I I.-, .nil' 1I"gllh"rlo"o"PIZZA, apartments with kitchens located next THIS GALLERY Is accepting t
craft for members. Write for ;1t" MlrRFlaYaet
persons
HUTRESTAURANT to Tenneco station In downtown
details. Pine Tree Gallery 114 Pine These are a few of over 2000 listings
._ JIIIIl 964-5139 Starke $50-$75 964.6566 per w.ek.12/5TF Call Street, Troy AL 36081. ((205)) 5666578. We have all types of property from No Down Payment
days or eves.
$700 and We have smull '
per acre up.
!: 301 North COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now Icon 86.97 tracts. We also have several cabins, -?
WHY BE LONELY Companions, friends, zes'and
-Hilt Starke available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft. Many Styles
dates all available ALL RACES. For Information houses, old 'farms, etc.Write or call to
,. II ceilings lights power new reduced and application write day for a free listing brochure. You can

rates 9648848.. 1/9TF "Southern Singles, Box 743 FLF call free by dialing 1.800.438.7421. 964-8848
, .-io
Bonlfay. Fl. 32425. fcan 86-95 Write or call today.Cherokee.
HOT ROOF PATCHING: All makes Leaksare land Co.

I Plumbing Supplies From ij my specialty. 25 yrs experience 8tpd 4/17.6/5 Murphy NC 28904 Evenings
7823125. Itpd 4/24
Durrance Pump & Supply : PIANO LESSONS still some openings 964-4073 473-3627

left Call Debbie Woodlin. 9648740. Classified Ads

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Cut /
from $139.95Mobil. In Stucco or
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Beach Tennis 'Pool 'Ocean
.Home Supplies a Llghtpoles a Cabinets a Electrical' a Plumbing Supplies Free Estimates
Everything Furnished Linens Color Cable TV
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CAMPERS HELP WANTED Bradford OH ice of the State Sworn complaint charging worth terblalf compact. trial intervention contract

Attorney received 48 new individuals I loss check, case dismissed, Inmate David Jefferson Lewcllyn Pamela Andrews arrested! Feb :2.!H(
1981 Coachman 16' liavol trailer tellcr.iitcm.cxl. Government lobs $16,040 $59,230/yr. cases and/or felony (klendaiils "restitution made. charged with escape; case lacks for grand (heft, restitution made
men $4,200 Call 496 3377 Now hiring Coll 1(805)68/6000( ) Let l Inl' prosecution during the Freida L. Holmes charged with is- prostTUtivc mt-ril. Kill'lord Tetstonc arrested! !Mardi.
Itpcl 4'24 R 1136 for current federal lost 4/10 month of bliu'eh. This included one suing worthless check to Winn Dixie A sworn complaint charging 11 for issuing wlHcss check ,

-.--- -, --- ----- 8tpd. 529S.cretary ('upilol'nSl'\ (sexual battery), according ($50); case dismissed restitution burglary of a conveyance battery; restitution made.
INSURANCE Must have Insurance experience. to Investigator Wiley Clark. made. case dismissed, victim docs not wishto Merrill Yarborough arrested\ Jan
$200 week. Apply at 360 W.
-------- Throe of the cases wen prison Holmes charged with issuing worthless prosecute. 3 for issuing worthless check
Main Street, lake Butler. Fl. 4'24
MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E, related.: chuck lo Winn Dixie; case Two sworn complaints charging restitution made.
Miiin !Shout,, lobe Butler 496393.Con.lolo tfn/chg. Information wore died on IX prior dismissed, restitution made. sexual buttery; insulticient information Charles L. McCullough charged;
IIISUIOIKC !Service. :2tfree cases and the oil!ice declined to prosecute Sworn complaint charging issuing t us to this defendant, cases lacks with issuing worthless check TG&Y
4/10 17 Ilioii, tinFOR CARS-TRUCKS 21 cases. Ni.wh'l'l1l'ilM'S weredismissed. worthless check to TG&Y; restitution prob'cutive meril ($60.27), City Fish & Meal Mark t

-- -- -- --- There were nit jury made. Sworn complaint charging grand ($50) and Pantry Pride ($195.95?
RENT 1973 Mercury S/W Needs work. $ISO, as trials. The olliee received one wire Sworn complaint charging issuing hell; victim docs not wish to pro. restitution made.

.-- .- ... --- ---- l I.. Coll 431.1511 alter 3 P.M. Itchg. interception, application conductedone worthless check to TG&Y ($114.24); Sl'CUtf. Terry Patterson arrested Feb. 17
4/24 stale attorney investigation and restitution made. Sworn complaint charging aggravated for issuing worthless check ($110( toRawson's
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 1976 Ford LTD Excellent condition Inside filed two felony appeals.{ Albert Frazier arrested Sept. 23, assault; insufficient ); restitution made
RENT: Onion Count/Times. ISO and out. Call 496-3754. Itpd. 4/24 No judicial action was takc-n on I'.WO! for throwing a projectile into or evidence as to this defendant Terry Paterson arrested March 12
Main 51'001, Luke Bullet. Phone Numerous reposed cars. See Shands at live cass and one extridition was within an occupied vehicle; defen- Inmate Tony Clayton David for issuing worthless check ($174.11
496 2761) lot
mfuimation. tilt
Otto two, and three bedroom mobile Formers and Dealers Bonk Call handled by the oll'ice.Seventeen dant declared incompetent.Sworn charged with escape; pled guilty, TG&Y) and ($72 Small World Day
4962101. 4/24 2tchg. 5/1 misdemeanor cases complaint charging posses sentenced to 18 months DOC, con Care); restitution made
homoi. All electric, heat and
central 1973 Ford F-150 pick-up. Call 4962713. sion of firearm by convicted felon
secutive.
;
Inmate Maurice Floyd
air cable TV. Boskelboll and were received and 27 prior cases Stanley
playground. Pine Call 496 2366 Itpd. 4/24 were dismissed l by the office in dismissed, insufficient evidence as Sworn complaint charging attempted charged with possession of I contra

SRI2I. lake Buller. I 19 tin ,hg. HOMES" March said Clark. The oil I ice declined to this (M'endanl.Inmale sexual battery; unable to band, cannabis; found guilty,
Office and Woroliouio space located in lo prosecute- eases and non- Jeffery Kim McGann locate victim. sentenced to nine years DOC.
Union County Times Building at ISO judicial action was taken on three charged with aggravated battery; Horace Sellers, Jr. arrested Oct. 2 Collis Warren charged with grand
West Main. Cull 496 2261. for mote In Government Homes from $1 (U repair). cases. Nine guilty pleas were ac case dismissed, victim does not wish lor forgery, uttering forged instrument thelt; defcnda-t pled to other
formation.I II 2 27 Also delinquent tax property. Call cepted.Four. to prosecute. ; pled guilty grand theft, placed charges
Three bedroom I 1/2 both mobile horn.lu.hed 1(805)687( ) 6000 Ext. GH 1136, for Infor petitions were filed in Sworn complaint charging robbery on three years probation and
with outside utility house motion 4'10 Btpd. 529VOTE juvenile cuw'I. The stale attorney ; case dismissed, unable to ordered to make restitution to Fl. Chllord Perry arrested Sept 23
and large yard. In ROlf old on Road 793 declined Hie recommendation from locale victim National Bank, $198.43 plus interest. for grand theft; defendant sentenced
Call 431-1039. 4 17 4 24 Melanie Dicks arrested Feb. 25 for other
2tchg. 1IKS on one case and one case was Two sworn complaints issuing on charges.
Two bedroom mobile home, furnished.No dismissed.Non.judicial. issuing worthless check ($120.88)) to worthless checks ($50 and $93)) to Sworn complaint charging fondl-
pets Located In lake Butler. Call action was taken on TG&Y; restitution made. Kawsons; restitution made. ing; case lacks prosecutive merit.
494.3305, if no answer keep trying I urge and challenge all nine cases. Gytha Cardenas charged with Is- Sworn complaint issuing wor- Chris Douglas Robinson arrested
4'24 trg'Id. DOC staff to register to The following defendants received suing worthless check ($106.07) to thless check Florida Bank ($300)); in- Jan. 9 for grand theft; same charge
--- .- .---- ---- -- --- -- vote before August 2 final disposition during the month of Kenwin Shop; restitution made. sufficient evidence as to this defen- previously filed
PERSONAL SERVICESSeptic 1986. Mr. R.H. Hau. ltpd. March, according to Clark.Frederick Two sworn complaints charging dant. Inmate Barry I. Simmons chargedwith
----- ------------ 4/24 aggravated battery; cases dismissed State attorney investigation foundno battery of law enforcement officer

Tanks Bi ice Jones Septic Tanks- Eugene Williams arrested insufficient evidence as to this probable cause in a death in- ; unable to locate victim.

New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations INVESTMENT PROPERTIESIncome Aug. 19 'fur resisting arrest defendant vestigation, case dismissed. Alfred Griffin, Ronnie Risby,
and pump out tanks After 7 with violence was found in violationof James Jenkins arrested July 16 Sworn complaint charging grand Albert Parrish, Loyal Aldridge arrested -
A M., Call 275 2268. After 7 P.M., Call his probation and was continuedon for burglary of occupied structure theft; lacks prosecutive merit. Oct. 30 for possession of con
275 2197. llnchg. I 23 property Three mobile homes, probation lor period of limp left, while armed; found guilty of Sworn complaint charging trolled substance: no informationsfiled
We spoclaliio in roofing, carpentry and rented on 10 acres, posture land pond, James Allen arrested May 26 for trespass, placed on probation for one burglary, battery; insufficient in these cases, insufficient
pointing Call 431 1445. 4 24 tin chg. trees, block storage shed. 38000. aggravated assault was found guilty year, six months county jail or one evidence as to this defendant. evidence as to these defendants.

----- ------ Financing available. Call 496-260O. violation probation and con- year residential treatment facility Wanda Glover arrested Dee R, Sworn complaint charging sexual
MOBILE HOMES 4/17 chg/tfn tinued on probation for remainder of Inmate Richard Haines transferred 1984 for disorderly conduct, resisting battery; case lacks prosecutive
time. to Penn VIvnnia, pursuant to in- arrest with vtni"nrp- Completed pre- merit
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OUT OF STATE PROPERTY
1978 Concord doublewide 24x44,
shingle roof, woodsides. gnarl condition -
with appliances. $7,900. Coll North Carolina MountainsOne Traffic Arrests in Bradford County .
496 3004/4 17 4tchg. 5 8 acre located In the mountains good :
access, large trees covers this tract.
--- Owner needs to sell. $6,500. Pay
NOTICE $1,000 down assume loon The following arrests for traffic turn April 20 and was arrested lor bond was posted William E. Hager, 26, of Si.
Chalet three bedrooms 2 baths, 2 violations were made in Bradford DWLS, violation of right of way and: Petersburg was arrested April 13 for

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting County by local authorities. rufusing to sign the citation, according Arvey Daniel Bass, 31, was arrested DUI, according to Patrolman W. C.
to the Union County Times office large deck overlooking moun to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. AJ.trilll for DUI, according to Reno His blood alcohol content was
in writing and paid in advance tains, excellent location. Built-in David Alan Kiefer, 24, of Jackson Parks was released after a $421.50 Patrolman Hinds. Bond was set at ,16 percent Bond was set at $500 ht:
unless credit is already established cabinets, very private all for $55,000. ville was arrested April 19 for driv- surety bond was posted. $500, he was released on his own was released on his own
with this office., Pay $5.000 down assume loan. ing while license suspendedDWLS recognizance.David recognizance
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Two acres short distance from Murphy, ( ), according to Lt. William Richard Ellis Barrick, 31, was arrested Erwin Doyle Williamson, 41, of
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN good garden spot, ready to build on. Tillotson. He was released after a April 11 for driving under In- Ballinger was arrested Hampton was arrested April 12 for
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Owner said sell. $9,800. Pay $1,800 $210 cash bond was posted. fluence (DUI) according to TrooperW. April 11 for no valid drivers license, DUI, DWLS, according to TrooperD.

THE TELEPHONE. down assume loon. D. Langslon. Barrick's blood according to Lt. Dempsey. Bond was C, Roberts, Bond was set at
Classified deadline is TUESDAY These ore a few of over of 2,000 listings.We from Isom Parks, 43, of Starke was alcohol content was .11 percent He set at $500, he was released on his $1,210. He was released on his own
have all
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. types property stopped for making an improper was released after a $362.50 cash own recognizance. recognizance.
Minimum charge 15 words for $2,75, $700 per ocr. and up. We have small
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. tracts We also have several cabins,
houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today
---- -- for free brochure. You can
listing
a
REAL ESTATE call free by dialing 18004387421.( ) Five Found Guilty in Non-Jury Trials .

OUT OF AREA Cherokee Write or call Land today Co. 4/17 8tpd 6/5

Murphy N.C. 28906 The following defendants appeared non jury trial April 8 before Judge and cost on that charge. was sentenced to Salvation Army
'
1!] LOOKING FOR'A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO. in Bradford County Court for George H. Pierce supervision 'or 60 days and must
'lit I PEHt-rfffftfonYhave iI, III find It. Just ED.: OPPORTUNITIESAuto James Carl Allen was found guilty Elmore David Ross was found complete 50 hours community work.
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. and guilty DWI; fined $624,50, license
of structure was
trespass
496 2126 or 496-2903. eves. "YOUR -- suspended five years, ten days in jail Edward Lamar Williams pled
sentenced to six months court proba-
UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin Mechanics classes start May 6 at ( (one day a week for next ten weeks), guilty to DWI and was lined $362,
Lake City Community College. Registernow tflflt tion, must violate no laws have no
license
: and must attend DWI school under suspended six months, must
for classes. Call contact with the victim and pay a
FOR SALE day or night Salvation Army supervision. complete 50 hours community work
752.1822, ext. 238, for information. fine of $179.50 within 90 days. and attend DWI school under Salvation -

4/17 2tchg. 4/24 1R Robert Andrew Smith withdrew Army supervision for six mon
Bridal Wreath, 200. Silver Dollar Be a Welder. Classes' start may 6, day or Eva J. Crawford was found guilty
Eucalyptus, $10.00. Contrary Mary'sGarden night at Lake City Community College. Hove you ever wished that you driving while intoxicated (DWI) and previous plea of guilty to DWI, and ths.Williams found
of validdriver's
were in a position to own a swimming pled guilty to a reduced charge of guilty no
call 752.1822 ext.
For ,
information Her license
fined
St. Rd. 121 Lacrosse. was 114950. were
all
costs waived.
but weren't that wilful-wanton reckless driving; he .cense;
pool sure
462 1561. Closed Sunday and Monday. 237. 4/17 2lchg. 4/24 you suspended ten years, she was placed
Electronic Technology at Lake could afford such a luxury? Well
"111 2tchg. 4<24 program under Salvation Army supervisionfor
Three horses and a welch pony. Call City Community College trains for having YOUR OWN pool doesn't require one year, must violate no laws HOW'S THE FAMILY?
496 2713 Itpd. 4/24 high-tech |obs. Summer classes begin a fortune anymorel With the and must attend DWI school.
Electric dryer with new heating element, May 6. Register Now For Information, modern construction techniques and Crawford also found guilty of driv-
$75. Call 4963253. 4/24 tfn/chg. call 752-1822, Ext 367. 4/17 2tchg. 4/24 the standardized plans that Dynamic ing while license suspended or by Hev. Ed Kirkland
Learn Lawn Mow.r Repair Outboard Pools has to offer you can have the
revoked, the court waived all fine Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
Motor Repair Small Gas Engines, at pool ol your dreams for a lot less
Lake City Community College this sum than you think. Take Time to Remember
rrGAQerN
FILL DIRT mer. Classes begin May 6, Register I pol>
now. Call 7521822. Ext. 239 for infor- Prices Start At NoT I don't know if you're the kind of person I am, bull suspect many ot you

andTOPSOIL motion. 4/17 2tchg. 4/24 EueN far. are when it comes to remembering things, I can always seem to remember
$5,900 : those meaningless details which help absolutely no ore. But, depend on me
to remember important things-such as a particular date,or an appointment
i. INSTALLEDTHIS or better yet, the thing which someone just (told me was very important tremember <
Subscribe Today I The median age In the U.S. Is 31 .- and you're in trouble Once it hits my gray matter, I think it's
Call Anytime ; UNION COUNTY TIMES WEEK ONLY I set adrift, never to be found again.

496-2261 Extra $300 OFF NOTICE But, there is one area where we all seem to I'alllohort relating to memory.
Hampton 468.1455 "'''' .., & WOMEN That is simply remembering why we married the person we're now related
With a variety ol sixes and shapes MEN to in the first place. Now, believe me, whether you want to admit it or not,
- to choose from, there's o beautiful 17-62 there was a reason in the beginning. And I suspect that it was for more Hum it
Dynamic pool that's |lust right for NOW FOR lax deduction!
your home AND your budget. This TRAIN It does us good to take a few moments and just remember. To do this, you
R & J'S SAW SHOP reliable Fla. State Certified Contractor CIVIL SERVICE need a quiet place. Granted, this alone may be a significant accomplish
will take care of everything from EXAMS ment. Still, you bhould make the effort to get away Irom it all for a few
design and Installation to moments and simply remember.
I Available If Needed
Worthington Springs 496-2534 arranging... G.E.D. As Muvbe you're saying, "But don't even like hm: or her, anymore... why
Start As
: 100% Financing with Positions High would I want to waste my time?" It this is the case, then you need to do this
NO DOWN PAYMENTNo $9.22 HOUR at all costs. The reason is that over a period ol time we get into a rut and
Monthly PaymentFor lorget the positive attributes in our mate's character.
Sales & RepairsChain 90 DaysTo e e POST MECHANICS OFFICE e INSPECTORS CLERICAL Some of you are saying, "Easy lor you lo say.. you don't know my husband .
make your new pool a beauty ol or wile" And ou're exactly right I don't. However we need to
summer fun, Phone Anytime Dolly AHon.Po,00vwnmentExamsWrite K..OPr.sentJo6Whlle Preparing remember that I didn t marry themyou did. That means that even it I do:

a.m. to I p.m. or Saturday S Sunday Va.m. & Include Phone No. think (they are a I'l'alloser, you lound something positive in them to start
to 5 p.m. with. You wanted to spend a lifetime with that "kind" M'person..
Sirvici, Inc.P.O. .
Saws & LawnmowersOPEN 3995685SPAS National Training Okay, think about where you met and what you were doing. Think about

.Drawer, A. he good times you had together when you were dating. Now, remember the
I*!: things that he or she did winch made you happy and feel warm. So much, in
stork. 'fact, that you decided of all the people in the entire world, this was the om
,
8:00-5:00 Portable & In round -d.N 1M >/ for you.
: Monday-Friday : .....r.tlt Now that you have all those wonderful thoughts surfacing in your mind lei
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1 399-3 BR. 1 ba. block chain lanced garage. Ig. lot. Jut, allow me to let you in on a little secretso have you! simply isn't,
yard. 406 E. Laura St., $36,500, DUPLEX: Ed's Rd 8 BR 3 Ba possible to go through hie and experience the kinds ot things you have and
1421LAKE ACCESS: 4 BR. 2 ba, plus 3 BR 1 Ba rented 4 plus will without experiencing change.
Roberts Real Estate privacy lots of oak beautiful view acres. 1 ml from shopping The point is this, if you can recall some ol the attributes your husband 01
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1430-For Starters: mobile on 1 ac., :2 $25,000.CR lungs about them When you remember lor that reasonto help youicliilionship !
septics, Crosby lake nearby, I then it will help you lo become thankful for I them. That a loin'
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IU M.iikl I''.iiiilliiiI pitcher Unhiit Starling the looms however with a lour rim Hat'vin punched another single into The three-run, shot gave the Indians distiiiI ic.mney," Coaih G.iwuluk
I lit \1 Spin' Is Unit'iI Itiadlotd linally got on thesiouhoaid outburst. deep n'ill!M. sCll'mg'l'I'ls, I hen .in Insurmountable 11-1 lead conttntl4c(1VearchitIhug. the hall
I in' KIIIIS h.isi.h.," ti',nn t linishcdIII in Ihe top III the fourth onmgle 1 IXnvl Ta) for slammed a home
run and when BUS failed to stoic in the well right now and should have a
II, I .-.1111 'Allll ,1 III'Pill'isll I.'nolav. a ,bSlai'ling and a double by Todd Cnlliot leached lust on a out nl the park deep over the 'loll lop nl (the filth the game was over good shot .it I llietitloil I w e can keep it
01" i' ""Ig| a usii.illv lough Id.iilldid catcher :Mike\ Chappell down the holding error, Ihen Brian 1C veils held lence "This is a good way to go into (the up."
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'' mi II I in Iivi innings,\ ;.it KIIIIS in l'ightl..II. line drew a walk Aaron Stanley was up
''in' I in.il l ,nline\ ..llh I (' li'giju| season The 1 Indians conic loaring back. to next and. his sharply hit single into
the KIIIIS squad begins distill! .ud .i.-------- :.. !!...1.. U..11 left 1I'ul''drucltl on the play 'leuy, I
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\\t.. an handle Ihen a hllle e.isii 1 I in the two iegiil.il season games
U I. had to come back in each one olihi tell Sirlder'I'udd I I (.1-llliol slnlrs' hard lulu third IP.ISI-. healing .l l.l lag
,-c' to lake Ihe umllu ." -l Io .'Jamie ('.11 MT, in .III ll-l KIIIIS t jc.tnl'\| ; Ph,>I.B.MolFio' Itlls gamy VMMII snpi',ismglv I '
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i nI i teams. altei Ihe shell I {leaves I ho gun The Camp Hlanding l.ieildy, all live hr
I I'IH' Indians puked, up btu 11Ih( ,' rocket charge\ will lake the shells ing is guided by the Camps Uange BEAUTY ON THE GO
Illttont I '' ol !the heal inning Scull "l''I'allml's l bather Ihan a normal Control slat Iei's, .. a ,
iiilliol; ilievv a t walk Ilien 'luridtlllhot one" 1\I n (ty pcs ol I lu/es.ue used on I Ihewe.ipons A $20 value, this colorful summer beauty kit Is yours'
; 1'01111,1lllh a haul hit ,\ 11111 h1' lea I me ol the big\ the lust is a pioxnnilylue
-I inijo:I into UII past the Ihud 'capons all hough details arc highly whiili ill set to explode just for only $1 ,with an $8.50 purchase of Merle Norman
'',I"i i man Scull 1l'Ilhul'I'd: \ on'In il.issitietl and the men were leluclant helot the .shell impatls on thegiouiul cosmetics, while supplies last Bring this ad to '
plav Ihen Todd canto liomeoii alit to discuss it. is the tact that tocnsuie.i. wide dispersal of participating Merle Norman Studio between April 11'4r; ,,,
,I | | pitch and the Indian acre upI llir.se guns ate capable ol !Ining a the deadly hagnifiits and( I the oilier I
o nucleai'.tipped waihead( a major is a tuned twos whoili be set for an. and May 31,1986.BfcA'JlYON .
I Ihe homo team picked\ \ up last ilclciient\ in Kin'ope where Soviet an'burst or to actually plunge into
ninc in the hollom ol the second as and Kast: 1 Bloc countries have a the ground holme exploding to THE 00 ncluOosturnmer Limn one per Customer '
I r.l i\l for i h.indlodlhelUlsh.ilteisv\ilh.. ni.is-.ed t tank advantage of over 5.I. destioy so'called 'hard targets right tip olor, ( fr//r I.'.
in like burl IksIIons and armored shadow fn rndatw i 49max'
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null Ve\ drew a walk then Eric most other onus I conventional .. or tanks. incl oyt* p tir I }f

I I'i n lot drew .iiiolheivalk.\ pulling wat-making capabilities The 200.Ib shells lor the "l'lghl" K .
'iniiiuis on lust and seiinid. :Malt Supiisingl.v. a nuclear tipped ar- aie loaded lioin a hl'avlly-arml'" ,
in; im i 1' was upneM and hedehveiedi ISIln'y shell ha only becnIiredsince. support vehii.il the M-48 six-ton
.1 i 'spud. hit single silo ng1lt.i scoring since 111I''l' developed back in l''go earner, on a hydiahcally I I
\ i \ Scott Culliot long s.unlue Uvnilm the late 19it1's: at Ihe nuclear testing powered Inaell'rI hich hoists the
: l 'nlirscoied '1',110"{ "n the 'next I grounds in :Nevada; shells into the uversi/ed breech ot ci
I'I.I' i\ .tadthelndiansurreup40 I "All ol our .akul.ilions for the Ihe gun The l 133: mm shells, a I
I Ilylor, put the BUS h.illeis dovMii nuclear shells are based on this 'mc'ic' 1UU {II bps> each ate hand-
i, nl it del-. I then the I Indians scored two test" one gunner said Thev loaded horn. the rear of the :M-4H into =3 : t
," o in 'the hoi I torn ol the Mind on louldni, I tire anv, inure alter that the gun. j ) : t
I.MS.: tieliling errors when Picsulcnt Kennedy signed the This week a new inllux ol guardsmen --
I lu\l 1 Ta"IIII' -, ""IIl'I. milt to I Mill'don a wild pitihh soxiets' in I'Jlil" due 10 arrive. al I Ike camp fur extended -
I-ioied on .motliei add pitch "Thl'kllow; 1I..' have it," he said ol t laming which will conclude May Woman to Woman 1
\ \I.is up next: \. In diow .i walk. the Kussians who face down NATO 10 The new units are Iroin "Florida
o. 'I i Ii< -"londll'nl ,to 'thud on a wild forces on the West German border Panama, Kansas and South
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>t. Mallard picked up a groundball Two singles and an error sent a Shealy pitched a strike out and performed a similar service at se- '
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Howard picked up a ground ball and to Mallard for the second. Taylor Tigers up by 6 runs at 115.
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