Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04416
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04416
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Partly cloudy !and; sunny with a 30 percent chance; ol rain tonight SECTION Bi U Pog.t 10./..

(Thursday, May II and Friday is the extended outlook for the $1 Million Auction . . ,IB 11 .1",'
weekend as! Iront moves across from the west. Look lor lows in Stalling Perform. . .. .18 e
the upper 50s und highs in the mid to upper 80s( until Saturday. A wlnn-DI.l.. . . . . .2B ,
cooling into the lows 50s and a high of 76 lor Saturday and a Sunday Sport . . . .. .,.,,'0,151
is predicted. Area Death. . . . 7B foF } hll f-t
Without a good ruin in a month, the county is getting dry. Lack of TOY . . . . BB fitfl.l '- rUp ltf; I'
rum and tinderbox conditions are reported till over North Florida.Ho Shrln.n Ad. . . . .11'
ctirelul ol starling' woods fires.Kumlall New Brief. . . . 9.12B The Sweetest Strawberries Inu, fI07th 's 5 j
since Ft>)>. I exceeds 10 inches Normal Jan.-April rain- Claiiried . . . . 13-ISB f t "
lull usually measures 13.42: inches.Worlk strawberry Stroll. . . . UB Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents.?,., :).

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A free blood pressure check will Strategyrfalks
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at Bradford Hospital. A registerednurse ; (, ,
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Bar-B-Que is set at the special joint meeting of the and goes across US-301 to take in the
school beginning at 5 p.m. tomorrow Bradford school board and county courthouse and the black residential
( 2) at the school.
Friday, May
commission is- set at 8 p.m. today area north of the courthouse,
Chicken dinners will be sold for
(Thursday, May 1)) in the school administration thereby increasing the black majority -
$2.50 each, and will include baked
building to discuss set- to 59 percent
beans cole slaw and
bevrage. tlement negotiations on a civil rights In initial informal discussion of
Desserts will be available.
suit requesting single member Lipman's counter proposal Tuesday

One Thirty Players... $ districts for voting. night when they met at the vo-tech
School board attorney Terry center in a pre-budget work session,
An after-school group of gifted I Brown finally reached attorney school board members were cool to
students from Bradford High and David Lipman, of the firm of Lip- Lipman's proposal. Veteran board
Bradford Middle School will /present ; man and Weisburg of Miami whichis member Rodney Hall, named by the
"Arsenic and Old Lace,' a prosecuting the law suit broughtby school board to negotiate with the at-
play in three acts, May 16 at the ii the Bradford County Chapter of torneys, said he doesn't believe he
Starke Woman's Club. p- 1W the NAACP, and was told of a pro- can support the prosecution because
It will be a brown bag dinner posal for one voting district with 59 it:
theatre with freshly made sand- percent black voters, as opposed to -Violates) the school board stand
wiches, chips, soda or iced tea and 55 percent black district in the that no gerrymandering be done in
homemade desserts. Dinner starts school board's original proposal. Un- establishing the single member
at 7:15: p.m.Tickets til Tuesday, attorney Brown had not districts. School board members
go on sale this week for heard of the Lipman's counter pro- consider going across US-301 to gain
$5, and may be purchased from any posal. black residents as gerrymandering.
cast member, or call Directot Peg Pre-trial conferences are set one- 2)Places) current board membersLen
Stanwix-Hay at the Vo-Tech half hour apart Tuesday, May 6, for Schlofman and Rodney Hull in
t Center, 964-6150. All profits will go the School Board and City of Starkein the same voting district, and leavesno
,: to help support our county's youth Jacksonville before Judge incumbent in the proposed black
and you'll get a great evening's Howard Mellon in U.S. District majority district.
entertainment, says Mrs Stanwixr Court for the Middle District of School board member lUll says
Hay. a Florida, Jacksonville District. May attorney Lipman told school board -
yar 1 is the last time prior to May 6 that attorney Brown the school board '

Repertory Chorale... all four members of the school board could establish the other four voting
can meet together. The county com districts All Lipman is interested in
The Starke Repertory Chorale, / mission has been invited because doing is establishing one dtstnot in
directed by Don Hardy, will hold a r that body is also being sued to which a black person has a good
Sunday afternoon concert this Sun- S \ establish single member districts, chance of being elected. According
day, May 4, at 4 p.m. at the Brad- and the school board and county to attorney Brown, Lipman's proposed .
ford High School chorus room. Ad- commission want to maintain the black majority district is sort

mission is free. identical voting districts, if at all of horseshoe shaped. ,
1 I ,.\. possible.The It is too late to draw any more '
Gator QB Club... "'" school board originally pro- maps to reach a compromise with
The Gator Quarterback Club of ...-- posed single member district plan Lipman'Brown;' said Tuesday, with
Starke will 6:30: p.m. today (Thurs- has a NE district bounded by US-301 the court date just five days away.
day, May 1)) in the Starke Golf & and SR-16 which contains 55 percent Lipman has filed the required in-
Country Club. black voters Attorney Lipman's terrogatories with the federal court,

Main purpose is to discuss the ,... counter proposal, excepts the virtually Suit..I'.2A
'.' all white club (Sec )
country area
out-of-town trip to Rutgers in New
Jersey A representative of the
travel agency will be on hand to

assist in the planning. Is This Dedication.....?
Shrine ParadeSet

Tornado Track Coach George l.oper and \oliinteer to compete in the Region 2 meet on the LF back: in
Square Dance... Buddy Revels! carefully write down place winners In a Gainesville this IIrlt'I'IIOOlllllld tonight (Thursday. May
race during the finals of the District i Track Meet on the 1).
Square dancing sessions will be Bradford High oval last Thursday night. The 7-school) Coach Jerry McGriff sported a miniature printing
held each at 8 at the
Tuesday p.m meet started at 3 p.m. and with both hogs and girls it calculator that printed the times of every finisher, a Saturday
Lake Civic Center.
Kingsley dance sessions will be took until about 10:301..111.101'111I off the meet This pair gift. Jerry said, r"llIIl1) former.' timer who is a good
Special was about as meticulous at the end as tht"'I'e at the friend. j
held the first Saturday of each beginning, trying to get the kids lined and abidingby
month (the next dance is this the rules face in up About 25 Shrine units will visit Starke this Saturday, May 3, for the annual -
they'll at region tidinesville. Wilhtht'
with Coach Loper and CI't'Is also going) to host the Shriner's and chicken dinner which
Saturday, May 3) beginning a of about parade sale, the proceeds of go
help 40 IIs blant"lIlIIl'olllnt.s the meet
covered dish dinner at 5:30: p.m., a oif Region 2 meet today, meaning 1.0111'ill be head man to help crippled and burned children.
went like clockwork, but still look time. Fora list ofLoper's
workshop at 6:30: p.m. and the again thl.ol'l'k and will do it all over again. Chicken dinners, at $3.50 each, will be served at Terwillegar Motors
helpers! see Page HA.
mainstream dance beginning at 8 About do/en The sports scene is reported in this issue on Panes under the new truck-car area, which faces US-301, starling at 11:30: ( a.m.
a Bradford high lhlllC'lII.111I the i ij>M 7-8A, and 3-6H and 1015. through 2 p.m.

p.m.Lady's At 10:30: a.m. the parade units will form on Thompson Street near
Bunko Register Oil Company. The parade will start at 11 a.m., proceed north on .
Night... Walnut Street, turn west on Madison Street, turn north on Court Street, .1

The Junior Woman's Club is Will Service? turn east on Call Street, go through Downtown Starke, and turn north on 1
nesting a Lady's Bunko Night this County Get 911 Thompson Street, with the parade ending in the parking lot of the Florida

Tuesday, May 6, at 7:30: p.m. at the National Bank at Starke. \3
Woman's Club in Starke. Jimmy Epps, in charge of publicity for the Starke Shrine Club, says '\
Will the County Commission the agenda the three months South Bradford residents, in the
approve other
Bunko is a dice game that is very local Shriners have visited area clubs to promote interest in the J
the 911 number at with all parties'agreeing that 911 will Melrose area, Hampton, and
easy to learn and fun to play. Cost emergency parade here. "For those who are not acquainted with the Shriners and our 1
their next ? That be handled the current comunication Brooker with Alachua County local
meeting is still a by ,
is $2.50 per person. All proceedswill goals, this is a grand time to come out and meet us and learn about our
question to be answered. system. phone service already have the 911 "
to the Beautification community service, says Epps. I
go Highway -
Committee of the Chamber of Emergency Services Director The county's emergency numberfor emergency capability. The Starke Shrine Club is sponsoring 15 boys and girls from the Starke I
Commerce. For information Cliff Chapman was given the rescue or fire calls is 9646161. Duval County also has the 911 area in the crippled children and burn Center hospitals operated by the
more ,
533-2505. authority last month by the Commis- Commissioner Wilbur Waters cited capability. Clay County plans to con Shriners.

phone sion to draft an ordinance requestinga the need to convert to the 911 vert in 1987 "The Starke Shrine Club members invite all to come out and join in the
50 cent charge per telephone number, although it will cost $25,698 fun," says Epps.
Taxes Past Due... subscriber. That ordinance will be to purchase the equipment. In an When Bradford commissioners investigated
submitted to the Commission on emergency it might be difficult to converting to 911 several
If 1985 real estate and personal Monday. remember the 964-6161 number. The years ago the cost was prohibitive.
property taxes are not paid by Friday Chapman was also authorized to national 911 number could be more Norton's cost could be paid for
, May 2, they will be advertisedfor present a plan to the Department of easily remembered.The with a 50 cents per month addition to i
a tax sale. Communications in Tallahassee, system equipment would cost a residential phone bill over an +y+p
Taxes unpaid after March 31 outlining the proposal. That agency $25,698 under a propsal from Norton 18-month period. That would raise
r were delinquent. Tax Collector must approve the plan, if it is in line Telecommunications of Starke. over $46,000, but Chapman says that ,
Esther Hall urges delinquent tax- with other plans throughout the state Maxie Norton told commissioners might be needed to purchase additional
payers to pay up Thursday or Fri- who are using the 911 number.A early in February the proposal phone equipment.
day. proposal to join most of the rest would make the 911 available to all A new law is being proposed so the
of the nation and make 911 the coun 5,226 telephones of the local phone charge would not end after 18 mon-

ty's emergency number has been on company, ths.
: Upcoming...

The Board of Governors of the f1t ...,...

Starke-Bradford County Chamberof Tardiness Absences Concern TeachersAs
Commerce is set to meet next ,

Thursday, May 1, at 12:30: p.m. in
the Board Room of the Starke
Center of Santa Fe Community Col-
lege.The School Board Visits Vocational Center

regular monthly meeting of

the Bradford County Commission is Tardiness, absentism, and a lack can have excused absences nine roof, there are no leaks now, but it
set Monday, May 5, at 9:30: a.m. in of classroom space for the days per semester or 18 days per hasn't rained since the last patching
the courthouse. Agriculture Department were topics year and still earn a credit if they job, said Director Smith.
The Operations Center will be taking up most of the: time when the pass the final examination. Supt. Remodeling the heavy equipment
the site of a pre-budget meetings of School Board visited the Bradford- Jim Duncan said tough attendance shop for classrooms for the Ag
the Bradford school board next Union Vo-Tech Center in the seventh rules were relaxed due to the hue Dept., including walls, carpeting, a
Tuesday, May 6, at 7 p.m.A of its pre-budget session Tuesday and cry of parents but that he would and demountable partitions,
meeting of the Health night, April 29. back the implementation of the rulesif estimated at $20,000 to $22,000. t.
Facilities Authority, the local board Vo-tech students are often tardy the staff and teachers worked Fence the vo-tech campus. Over
which must approve the sale of $7 because school buses transporting together half the Inventory of the entire
million in bonds to construct the students from Bradford High are "The problem can be addressed, school system in at the vo-tech said
addition to Bradford Hospital, Inc. late Vo-Tech Business InstructorBecky said Supt. Duncan. "But the ad- Director Smith.A '
is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 6 in Reddish said. Problem is lack ministration and staff must be firm new heating/cooling unit for New Care Center is Award Winner...

county commission meeting room of communication between BHS and in telling the parents we think the the auto-mechanics area, $4,000. The new 120-lietl WhispeiiiiK fines ('111'(' ('('lItI'"' on ('collt') Road in
in the courthouse. the Vo-Tech and that five minuses students should be in school." Carpet the second half of the Starke won Ihe Business, liniioveiiienl Award from' the ('h.imluT of Commerce
The first Tuesday meeting of the may be two little time to be former cafeteria for a date process- for April.In .
Starke City Commission is set at 7 transported back and forth between Want List... ing lab, $1,800.'Repave a |2 million enl.irjseiimit the now :iir 00) ) <|iiarc fool fine (enter,
p.m. Tuesday, May 6, in the city the two campuses. Vo-Tech Director David Smith the parking lot between owned by J.n. hall.The Business Dept. Instructor Paula listed about $54.000 of repairs and the middle school and the vo-tech kitchen u 2.4HIIIIICltlllI') | (> fool dining room. II I.7IHI sy| o regular monthly meeting of Register and Mrs. Reddish pointed remodeling neeasRerooflng : center. The pavement will wear and mainlomiiu-e room, halt nil new unit nioitei equipment hit'biding u
the Brooker city commission is set out students often are absent but Building 1, the through and potholes will develop if backup I"WI'lIt..rllIItJ five modern liv.ilro-imiKH.iKe bath lulm. cmpln.Mi
Tuesday May 13. at 7:10 p.m. always have written excuses written original vo-tech building now about something isn't done in the coming 119 people.
The regular monthly meeting: of by parents or somebody signing a 20 years old, the cost estimated at year, said Director Smith. The Care (V.iler iiirenllj him n uniting list.I
the Hampton city council Is set parent's name.According $20,000. The maintenance crew has School Board..r.3A Renewing! the award! from IHA Committee dull-woman Susan
Tuesda}'. May 13. at 7:30 p.m. to state law a student done an outstanding job patching the (See ) Faulkner is! Cure (''AUniinUlruKii Fred ('line.

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Shriners Help Kids Like Matthew...

Money raised by sales of chicken dinners at Shrine parades goes to help
youngsters like Matthew MaGahee 6, whose legs were run over by a
Starke Klenientiir: Straight A Students... truck when he was two

I'hi'M-ln-l, and sri-omi Ki-.nlfi .II !'1lIkl' Klonifiil.il> made Ioh'aiJ.hl "'10 li'llic \Di'tri'h. S.iiik.i I'atcl Emily II.iillc, I\h'li.IMc-I.cinl! Jamie The Starke Shrine Club recently paid $1,500 for this wheelchair for
mi thru t'.uds for the loinh six-work l.I l. young Matthew MaGahee.
irpnit' grading |period (;OlIsti1I; Lisa 1 IIOIP-.IV
FIUIII I Irit to right mi the 11 out row : ,Aslilcx Guthrie, Ui's :Miller, Kcnnclli Skeeter llowaid of Putnam's Medicare Supplies, shows !Matt how to
( .11'uiuli.icl. IA"ew \\'..nuI' ;;hl. Sh.iiiiumoixl, 'hI'IOI is Tomlmsoii In the rear fioni tell to right/ : Aii-l.i| irirris, Stephanie Tillman operate the new chair Shrine Club members in the photo are 11-r/ Ben
"Kcin I'.iikiT. ('III is l'i.i\\liml.I Jawn'I'hunyo| 'on, S; /anue Joiner.l'r1 stag .N.ikishailliains iiecla'handierChrixlieIi\.on'ryslaIFergu.on. McCulley, Rocky Hudson, Buddy Lewis, and Kaync Bateman.
Vhi'vtU'i. \iii.inil.irlt'li and KnnliiM I'mxi i Yfim-ako Fountain Tina fowiiil C'lnisly I'aulk. Craig Starling, The Starke Shrine Club has 15 youngsters currently under its care or at
On (lie sci'mill urn I Aunt tell In right:'D.III_ lIi hllIlIl. Itithlii Jo I'lkc. Cliiislin.i Jours, llriirr demons, Christine New some, (Heatherillianis a MirlniT's hospital for burned or crippled children.
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r o (from page IA) argument to defend the ci- member districts and to draw a
n and did not indicate an intention to ty's right to hold city-wide non- district line in which a black person
% G hold up elections this fall attorney partisan elections. would stand a good chance of being
G Brown said.Pretrial The city has never used districts in elected to the school board county
jTO O conference for the school voting. commission or city council.
n board is set at 11 a.m. May 6, the Ci- What the suit demands in the city The suit is brought under the 1965
: GT G ty of Starke at 11:30: a.m. is two black majority districts from Civil Rights Act which was amended -
G which it will be possible to elect in 1982. Prior to 1982 the defen-
O City to Defend... blacks to the city commission. dants usually prevailed.l) But since
At an April 1 meeting,Starke com- the amendment it is possible for the
TE1th missioners authorized attorney Discrimination Claimed... plaintiffs generally to prevail.
A: O Brown, also the city attorney, to The civil rights law suits claim Plaintiffs in the suits are
Iv O begin defensive action in the suit. that black voters have been disen- Elizabeth G. Walker, Jimmie L.
The initial step involves Brown filinga franchised.The Scott, Carolyn B. Spooner, and
i; 8 : motion to dismiss the suit, plus suit seeks to establish single Maurice J, White

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A 20 Minute Experience Set in

Reading for Pleasure

"Reading is a pleasure. You get This is actually a preview of the
lost in a novel," Virginia Darby told program that is envisioned for once
Bradford High School teachers last per week for the 1986-87 term.

week, priming them to push a Sus- Reading "makes me think,
tained Silent Reading to BUS broadens "
students. knowledge, sophomore
Mindy Mersey told the BHS faculty.
To get in the habit of reading for "I don't like to read when people tell
pleasure everybody at BHS, exceptone me to read, but I do it anyway," said
person who will answer the Miss Hersey.
phone, will read silently for 20
minutes for four days. Magazinesand "Reading is a learning experience -

a ,. books will be supplied. Anyone anything you pick up,"
\ with ready material to donate may said Mrs. Darby.
drop it off at Denmark Furniture or Some teachers have suggested:
BHS. Giving) extra points on credit to
students for remembering to bring
Purpose of the program is to give reading material or something extra -
students the opportunity to develop 2)Give a participation grade for
the habit of reading for pleasure. the reading time, 3)Allow studentsto
The first silent reading experiencewas summarize what they have read
second period April 30. Upcom- for a writing assignment.A .
ing is a silent reading period third
period May 7, fourth period May 14, Book of the Month will be
and sixth period May 21. selected, and highlighted by posters
Starki' Elementary Smarlies... The program was explained to done by BHS art students. Sum-
BUS teachers after school April 23 maries or annotations written by
These KiiHlcgarlcii students nl Sl.ukiKlciticnl.irt: in.iilc IoII'aighl "I's: In the rear from Id to right: Trey Russ, Kcn.ii- Morgan,Sckcnnia Bell by reading resource specialist teachers or students will be placedin
(for, rxorllrnl on their "rcpoil cards for the loiirlh six week gnlllill" ('lu'is Kinni-v Kim Mirhiit'ls: Dipli Pad I, lain Faulkner, Tiffany llatliffind Evelyn Maycumber. the book in the media center.
,period. ; TraUs Crew.
UII the front row fl'lIlIIlt'l'l IlIl'ighl: Matt I'II ah'l'i.III'allu'I' J.IIMS I Kini-: I
l ly Sellers' Itlioshuinul.i lliiics, Adi'icinu1 1'llIlg-II. Annie UICXMT mid
t'h.tilic Norman Christy Tiukcll and Oscar Davis wen" absent for Hit picture session YOU COULD BE THE 1986

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New Schedule.. .. passed and it hasn't I worked, said the school system and possible e SEND SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE OR CaLL

"Just sitting here piddling," Supt.\ Supt.\ Duncan who added he doesn't Discussed... building needs, and how to improvethe AMERICA'S SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANTS
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Principal AI Rother have talked Board member Hall said a com-
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easily solved with a different t
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not leave the high school until the _
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Terrorism Policy i


Goes Easy on Syria 4 j A.a .

llnft Asfnd Munnunar Qadhafi '

Before leaving for his trip to the Far Americansthe October 1983 bombing (

Pacific, President Reagan said that if deaths of 241 Marines sleeping in Beirut

given "irrelutable evidence" to act barracks, which hastened the

upon, he would use force to counteract withdrawal of U.S. troops from the rA.

state-sponsored terrorism in Syria and region."

Iran, just as he did against Khadaty in It was also noted in the Journal article A.

Libya Earlier, on April 9, when asked that "last July 7, when President

at a news conference if Syria could be a Reagan gave a blistering speech on

possible target, Mr. Reagan answered", states exporting terrorism, saying they

"We'll go wherever the linger points. were run by the 'worst collection of ...

The next day Administration looney tunes ". since the advent of the

spokesmen began explaining what Mr. Third Reich,' he singled out Libya, add- I In May Day's Heyday... I

Reagan "really meant" to say, rather ed Nicaragua to the official State

than what he actually said, just as they Department list, but omitted from his Time was when the first day of May was Showers which could once be depended uponto

have on so many other occasions in the speech any mention of Syria. celebrated in Starke with the traditional May "bring May flowers" have reversed their

past six years. "Moreover, while the President has Pole dance under towering pines that provided traditional role this season with a flower-

But in spite of what he says, the severed diplomatic and economic rela- shade for picnics and other events in the wilting spring drought.Oh .

!record suggests that Mr. Reagan is tions with Libya, the U.S. maintains Church Street park. well, at least we can be thankful for
highly selective in whattal'gets he hits open relations with Syria, and in 1982, this Hoover Brothers'photograph to remindus

with his verbal threats against terrorists eased trade controls against the sale of The pines are still there, towering taller of May Day as it was... and is no more.

Syria is conspicuous by its civilian aircraft to Syria exemptingsuch than ever, but the May Pole dancers in their Alas and alack
absence when the purple language is being sales from congressional notifica- gossamer gowns with flowery wreaths in
The maidens at the end of the
tossed around.A tion requirements. their waist-length hair, are symbolic of merry
won't how
lengthy stall'-reported analysis in As possible explanations for the White many traditions of a once-gracious age that agoare (from left) Florence say Matthews many years, '

the Wall Street Journal which usually House muteness concerning Syria, the departed with "bobbed" hair and mini- Aileen Alvarez, Ella Mae Long, Cleo Mitchell

bends over backward to follow the Journal says Administration skirts. Florence Canova (Flynn) and Anna

Reagan line, has these comments on theAdministration's spokesmen note that the U.S. and Syria and And May Day today? Well, it's just Canova (sister of Judy). Dancer in white

obviously double- have some overlapping interests, another date on the calendar. Even the April dress at far right is unidentified.
standard of anti-terrorism talk: Syria is in a position to provide the U.S.

has with some tactical help toward releas-
terrorism increasingly
"Libyan still held in
become the target of Mr Reagan's bar- ing the remaining hostages

rage of rhetoric, and finally jet fighter- Lebanon.
bombers, while official silence has The Journal writer quotes the BRADFORD COUNTY according to 1885 Florida Directory

shrouded some developments that could Georgetown Center for Strategic and International -

entangle Syria in recent incidents l Studies as saying, "No matter -

claiming American lives what President Reagan might say, (The second in a series of articles on
They Bradford County from Webb's 1815! Direc-
take Syria.
we are not going to on
"There are real differences in the tory of Florida) _. $
fundamental pivotal
are the Soviets' ,
administration has J-
way Reagan East." Bradford County Is eminently
dealt with the isolated state of Libya hold in the Middle agricultural and has great possibilities

and the pivotal state of Syria, which is In addition to other reasons for low- outside of fruitculture.Corn .

the key to Mideast peace prospects andis keying Syria, President Reagan has on natural soil, yields an averageof
also the Soviet Union's closest client sometimes been accused of picking off from 10 to 3d bushels, according to classof
land. Lands respond freely to fertilizersall
in the region."In easy targets, such as Grenada. The over the county, and 25 to 40( bushels per
fact terrorism experts believe author of another WSJ column says, "In acre are not unusual results. Oats average
WSJ ) the shadowy mythic world of the 15 bushels; rice 15, though as high as 70
that while Col. Qadhafi ( spelling
Reaganite imagination, Col. Qadhafi is bushels of rice per acre have been grownin
broadcasts his support for terrorism, the Lake Butler district; sweet potatoes
of immense utility, an easy
Syria is the more serious and organized a figure all normal 100 bushels, highest yield, 300 bushels per
sponsor, and has been responsible for demon, in pursuit of whom acre; rye, 12; cow peas 20; chufas, 35.
behavior may
calibrations political
more American deaths. Sea Island cotton averages 400( pounds in
be ignored.. seed per acre, but in some localities (the
The Journal quotes a high-level State yield doubles the amount. Ills the staple ,
Department source as saying this "kid- Did Mr. Reagan really mean it when product. The grades of cotton grown on the tevt 3EWftZli- '< '
glove treatment for Syria has been he said he'd use force to counter state- humid soil of Bradford rank high in the .,.- .

ordered up from the top, and it has sponsored terrorism in Syria and Iran? market.On .
become official policy to avoid Or was it just another one of those four acres, at Lake Butler, 900 Early Mill

whenever possible publicly mentioning statements that must be explained pounds of lint cotton have been grown,
which sold for $237.50. Cost of labor, $30 thirsty sand beds, is humid and sufficiently ing such proportions that it promises, in
Syria in connection with terrorism. away by his loyal White House No fertilizer used. On Sampson take, on compact for successful floriculture. the near future, to become a staple product
The Journal article continues: spokesmen the next day? cow-penned land, a crop of cotton from and Bradford's soil and climate
Several hundred stands of bees are in the
boasts trees that vigorous ,
three acres sold for $270( are as growers
"The newest evidence of Syrian sup- Such conflicting statements from the valuable county. as choice fruit, and as prolific bearers as
port for terrorists concerns the April 2 Oval Office and the Diplomatic Corps planter Sugarcane can readily is a make enough crop. Every sugar Plums,whortleberries,and blackberriesgrow are in any portion of East or semi-tropical

bombing of the TWA airliner bound for point up the weakness of the Reagan Ad- and syrup for home use. It is profitablehere with no care. Pomegranate, grape, Florida. Every cottage and cabin in a
melon, pecan, pear (LeConte), large area of the county is, or will soon be,
in with the Middle for market. The is 100
Athens, which killed four Americansand ministration dealing average orange,another East Florida fruits grow embowered in the rich foliage of the
wounded nine people, including five East and its terroristsThe President gallons of syrup per acre. By fertilizing reaches or well. orange. Owing to the humid soil, the
lands the 600
Americans. Authorities have identifiedthe continues to "play it by ear" with off- gallons cow-penning per acre. yield The rolling lands develop large, well- orange rarely suffers here from drouth.
most likely suspect in the bombingas the-cuff statements that have to be flavored, juicy peaches, free of insects. A The severe cold of 1880-81, stripped the
A is half living. All the
there on
good garden a leaves and froze what fruit was
Lebanese woman May Elias Man- redefined or explained away by his great industry could be made very profitable
a vegetables of semi-tropical Florida do the trees, but did no material damage.The
sour." staff. The bombing of Libya cannot well. Irish potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, marketable here converting the peach crop to spring following clothed them again, and a

the this mend the damage done by six years of beans, cabbages, peas, turnips, beets, product. crop of oranges was borne same season.In
On an earlier leg of trip, foreign policy waffling. onions, okra, asparagus, etc, can, with "".11'1.4- The famous LeConte variety is Lawtey district are trees twenty inches in
woman occupied the plane seat under proper care, be grown to perfection. being introduced.The tree grows vigorously diameter, bearing 4,000 to 6,500 oranges
which the terrorist bomb was placed.She Throughout the whole year the table can faith in its future is strong, and young each In Starke vicinity some bear 6,000.
denied involvementand be supplied with wholesome, fresh orchards are being planted. There are a The Fort Harley tree, a few mile
vigorously any vegetables. few bearing trees in the county. southwest of Starke in the edge of Alachua,
neither Mr. Reagan nor his White Indian Chief Spoke The lover of nature's poetry can, in this has been known to bear 10,000. In Lake
PecansSome few trees in the
House spokesmen have had anything to portion of delightful historic Flowerland, A few county Butler neighborhood is a tree 24 inches in
say about her since, according to the revel in a sweet wilderness of her choice bearing out. prolific crops. groves being diameter, bearing 7,000 oranges. Near
Journal article. Words of WisdomConcern productions in the days of mild Decemberas put Providence are some bearing as much as
well as in those of the rare queen monthof OI"lIllA"sThe agricultural interests are 8,000. The orange business is yet in its In-
And the April 2 TWA bombing isn't is June The soil is .nparatively free of great; but I he orange\ culture is fast assum- fancy.
about the environment
the only terrorist act with a possible Forest ProductsThere are now about
Syrian connection, the Journal says. nothing new, as evidenced by this 300,000 acres heavily limbered with yellow
Others include the attacks last message sent 131 years ago by an old pine and cypress.Timber and naval stores
December 27 on Rome and Vienna air- Indian Chief to then President Forestry In CountyBy are largely exported.

and Franklin Pierce: TopographTrail Ridge and Highlandare
ports in which 15 people were killed David W. Norton County Forester
"There is place in the very near togetherhigh; rolling pine
110 wounded.The no quiet
and blackjack ridges deep, yellow loam
keep the walls as dry as possible Wide ; ;
Journal reports that the chief white man's cities. No place to hear Log Homes Back in StyleIn roof overhangs, eaves, and porches on the sand soil, that responds readily to
suspect in these bombings has been a the leaves of spring or the rustle on sides of the house most likely to be exposed manures, but naturally poor; adapted to
headed by insect wings. But, perhaps because I an of plastics and metal, wood to blowing rains are preferable features. orange, peach grape pear and other
Palestinian age
splinter group Highland
Stone block be used to the fruits. At are extensive
and do not understand or can keep
a still material becauseof
excels building
am savage as a
terrorist Abu Nidal. "On January 7 aesthetical, and lower logs as far from the soil possible; millworks, manufacturing best quality
insult the its natural
the clatter only to engineering
President Reagan unleashed a torrentof seems nowhere is keep a minimum of six inches between the yellow pine from lands of Bradford, about
insulating qualities. Perhaps
rhetoric against Libya for "suppor- ears. this better noted than in the increasing soil and any logs used for a pier or step. the head-waters of New River.

ting and abetting" the group and "The air is precious to the red popularity of log homes throughout the Other construction considerations are Worthington Sulphur Spring in western
directed that Libyan assets in the U.S. man. For all things share the same country. Log home buyers, drawn by the similar to those given for any type of con- portion of county, forms a clear, deep
be frozen." But Mr. Reagan failed to breaththe beasts, the trees, the old fashioned charm of their log homes, struction including: providing for proper basin 40 by 15 feet. Here, as elsewhere in
also name quality of construction, energy drainage away from your home on all the county, are remarkable "sink holcsv.One .
mention that Abu Nidal's group, which man. The white man does not seem efficiency, and relatively low cost as important sides, proper treatment of the soil to prevent a few miles southwest of Sampson
has offices in Tripoli, also has two offices to notice the air he breathes. Like a attracting factors. Log homes are attack from your home on all sides, Lake, in the open pine woods, forms a tearful
in downtown Damascus, Syria, not man dying for many days, he is also well suited for do-it-yourself builders. proper treatment of the soil to prevent attack precipitous cavity deep into the earth
from subterranean termites ade- It is 100 yards in diameter at surface, andis
the stench. ,
far from the American embassy. numb to While log homes offer many advantages,
wonderful of nature.
should be to quately ventilated attic and crawl space a phenomenon
Says the Journal: "The President's "What is man without the beasts? special the design considerations,construction, and preservationof given areas, and the use of polyethylene to Horses, mules, cattle, swine, sheep,
rhetoric also treats the leaders of the If all the beasts were gone, men log homes in Florida, because of high reduce the relative humidity of the air in goats and poultry look thriving. The rangeis
two countries differently. While he has would die from great loneliness of decay rates and insect activity. The heartwood sub-floor spaces. good, and there are excellent beef and

used some of his most colorful phrases, spirit, for whatever happens to the of many tree species contain extractives After the log home is complete, treat the mutton. Every farmer can raise his supplyof
like 'mad dog of the Mid-East' and beast also happens to the man. which offer some natural insect and exterior walls with a proper wood preser. bacon.
decay resistance, though many log homes vative that contains a water repellant (do There is clay in localities from which in
'flaky barbarian' to describe Qadhafi, "All things are connected. now utilize logs made partially or entirelyof not apply to interior walls). Different made a fair quality of Florida brick.In .
and nas occasionally castigated Iran'sKhomeini Whatever befalls the earth befallsthe sapwood. While cypress heartwood is preservatives and pigments are on the
in recent months, he has the earth." resistant to decay, sapwood of cypress has market that work effectively. Treat the the Foil t Call And Providence countrythere
sons of little resistance, logs again in six to eighteen months, then is in abundance a lime and sand formation
mentioned Syria's strongman,
scarcely 4 to 5 admirably adapted to building pur
retreat logs every years or sooner
President Asad. According to a report by the Mississippi if excessive cracking and checking occursas poses. Taken out of the earth moist, 1111
We connected to our environ- Lab other
are Forest Products Utilization ,
sawed into blocks,
the wood dries. easily
"This contrast has existed through ment as surely as the air we breathe, measures are needed to minimize colonization shape desired, with a common any crosscutsaw.
much of the Reagan administration, and our sensitivity to it should be of logs by fungi and insects. Most mold and mildew can and should be It is porous, very light of weight when
even though U.S. intelligence holds continually renewed. Ideally the logs, after debarking, are dip- removed prior to treatment with a fifty- dry, hardens and whitens with age. It in
chemical or kiln solution of bleach and water.
for the most ped with a preserving fifty New much cheaper than brick.
Syria partially After machiningthe Will doubt
dried prior to machining. preservative technology\ no
heinous terrorist act against logs should be given another preservative develop as your successive treatments The }o'. Hy. & Nav. Co'. Railroad, running -
treatment to protect them during become due. from }<',"Fcrnandma the Atlantic to
&ir 1 transit, and while the house is being Cedar Keys on the Gulf of Mexico, runs
/ yj CA H storage, For information on log homo preservatives Other
constructed. Use of pressuretreatedlogs southwest across eastern border.
desirable on the lower and other forestry related topics, roads will be built, and choice bodies of
lM/_ Is especially feel free to call me, 964-62110, but most important
t _== ._ I''il .-. logs of many log home designs due to the talk to your builder about these land along the prospective routes can now
u increased exposure to weather and splash. be bought cheaply.To .
___ treatments prior to and during construc
The solar wind. .. its called, blow. a stream of Hah-energy particles' off hurricane.the Sun,"at Ideally log homes should hf designed In tion. ( Continued)
to qualify h as a
.,velocities high as 1.6 million miles per hournough


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Members of Iho American\ Legion Post 56, Auxiliary of Starke J + 1 18x 10 r Pickup

and the Amc-i'ium Legion Auxiliary, Legion, was awarded a china bell for 1 25x7 (plus tax)
Post 56, of SUukc, attended a Constitutional accomplishing 100( ( pct membership
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Bcllcvicw Post 284 hosted the lepoiling and having all bills Regular Size Wallets
assembly Also and to d.ilo i is B''ik Voyage ...
presiding were paid up Mary Gissy t 1111\'II'. .I"| "| b'lo't '0111111hili\ III WE USE
District Commander', Jacob Steinerof sect'cUn' II n'aIlUr'I' \11' .and) Ili- 11d'lark, ol.II.III.I' UK I'm I ill ,Miinn on ,t Hi i.,.-,1.1\ .
Dunnellon nnd Fourth District Mo.>HII'i.il I services were conducted ; KODAK PAPER
(psll' lui (Ihl' 1.1".1"| | | | llt| \\el Li nil, linliil.ix 11 in (' inthrsiiiiiiv
President, Muriel Ault of Ocal.i by Chaplain Helen Bang (II In' 1.1,1.I Uri k ..II lu ('.n 111\ ,.I| l'nul' I ili.miis., \istliii,: (In' (..ii.il.il. .. lily
Leona Royal of Stai ke, Post 314 This ritual is held in -,. .. ..,
annually I 11111' : (Mill loll 'i .1 |I.'j. '|;:SS: ul :\a. in.
headed up the music program, ending memory and reverence members H
with her rendition of our National who have. died in the past year.

\ Anthem Al1onthosl./ .' so honored andlemembeied _
From (the Starke area, a total of 19 was Linda MuhelleKdenlield Players To Present "Arsenic and Old Lace
members attended the confeionceSixteen a 12 year old Slaike girl. AT
\from Post 56 She the I'ot.the Ace Hardware
were They was 19115 "poppy gnl Bryan's
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gloup' k''I'II"i | Dinner begins
were Mr and Mrs Richard Coss, Post 56
in Si
and Palmetto & Nightingale Keystone Hgts
student' horn BUS l BMS will al 7 .
Mayor Charles Schaefer, Mr and Stai ke. Linda died May 28,1985 from : rpmlukcls Wednesday May 14
present A i 'and Old Lair, I
M MU i play will
a go on hale tins week
Mi Jr Commanderand
8. Crosby, injuries she received when struck bya
in Ilute( acts, ,.il the SIlike Woman lot $5. They may bepuuhased I romany PHOTO HOURS 8.1215:30:
Mrs Robert' Brown, Mi and vehicle as she attempted to cross
Club on May Id al I 8 p.in. cast memhci All piolits will Bryan's Ace Hardware
Mrs. GeoigeStieh, Mr and Mrs. Joe SU 16 near her home on May 25, 1985.
Cissy, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Stall- The Auxiliary, in conjunction with This will|| be a bl'lIwn.IIiIA l dinner 'In cuing scholarships. 1101 South Walnut Starke \
ings, John Wadowsky, Muriel the American Legion, will hold a thiMlic with heshly made s.uululies. and Help suppoil J out countv s youth Thursday, May 15
Gilhooley and Edith Gowans covered dish supper on May 13,1986, \\ hips, sodas 01 il'l'l'a\ and gl'lu. great evening's entertainment PHOTO HOURS 9-12 1-5
Fr the "Best Unit" award, at 7 p.m. at the American Legion
Crystal River, Hawthorne and Post Post on Edwards Rd. After dinner .
314 In Starke all rated first place. awards will be presented to the
Leona Royal accepted the award for outstanding Teacher, Fireman and BIRTHSJoshua
Post 314. Law Enforcement Officei


St. Edward's Altar AaronI'a for Michael Thomas Woodham
Hosts DinnerThe
Society Jelleiy and Virginia Taylor of John and Barbara Woodham, now ,-..
Si. Kd\\4iid's Altar Slwiely The icliesliment table was Law ley proudly announce the birth residing: in Charleston, S,C., announce
hosted a eovcied dish dinnei in the, cenlciedilhn bouquet ol n'danHII'llJs 01'allIIn, Joshua Aaron, born April 20 the birth of a son, Michael
pal isli hall Sunday evening, Apl'1127. shasta daisies and l in Alailuia General Hospital in 'Thomas, born March 7 at Charleston
when Until Sensor CII i/'ns SMICguests gl'l'l'n'r i Food tables held bouquets Gainesville He joins one brother, Naval Hospital and weighing 6 Ibs. 7
ol honor.Mrs. ol variegated Sweet William Jelleiy Scott Taylor, Jr. 0/.
Klois Jones, Society President I low cis.Mrs. Maternal] ] grandparents! : arc Mr and Mrs. Woodham are
welcomed the group and lalei Wayne and Abbie Masscy Great formerly of Lawley and Starke
led them vulh her guitar in a !sing- \ Jones and Mis Sophie giandpaienlsiiioMi: '. and Mis llubbaid Maternal grandparents are Mr. inc.
C Harl,'y and Pastor A.E. and! Mrs Cecil Daniels of
along ol f.iMMile familial melodies Kmuiliwcie among those who arranged Lawtey.
Each guest was given a name tag (Ins allair Mrs. Evel>nVaugli.m Massey, all ol La wley. Paternal grandparent is Mary Lou
with a lutknumbei', which laterearned on behalf of the 131'adlordSI'nwI' Paternal grandparents are MsCaiolyn Woodham of Starke and the late
Hum a gill. April Scoggms Cm/ens Club and other pre.sent Tavlor and Mi. and Mrs Thomas: E Woodham.
Bobby L Ta lor ol Starke Greatgrandparents
as the ouiig'ht 1 person present thanked all who madi; the ev'en, > Group charge
are Mr. and Mis \h'ritlt'th: Jetstone
assisted in gi\ ing presorts ing an enjoy able event William K tollman of Archer Paige 99 per person
Keith and Joy Tetslone of Starke
announce the birth of a daughter

VBS Clinic Set May 6 at Madison StreetThe David Philip Nichols I\h'I'ICMh Paige born April 17 in We _
Alaihua General She use
Hospital! joins
Mr and Mrs. Philip Nichols otSlaike
brother'. Aaron Keith 4,
New River Baptist Associa Trained leaders will be conducting announce the birth of a son age Elder re'
giandpaients are
tion will be conducting a Vacation classes for each age group. All those David Philip, born April 27 in SI\ and Mrs OM Yarborough of
Bible School clinic May 6 from 7.9:30: who will be working in their church Vincent's Hospital He I joins a sister, Slaike Paternal giandpaients arellIldl'I'd
p.m. at the Madison Street Baptist Bible schools this summer will Monica, 8 years old! E. Tetslone ol Starke and FOR CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS
Church in Starke receive helpful information as they Grandmother! is Mrs. One Wiggins Zenas Ittstonc ol Gainesville
plan for their own schools of STarke.


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D1tlIINMIIMMCDI 1 [ ,VIft IIiI>T lDlaJ Wl!>! ......... :; tt111e: 'IC:'htseleMfa! I "JJlI 17:11 IC Lawtey School News izoa.a I r l'' 'lCl 1071MKindergarten
Items of Interest
Did You Know... '

Byron Bagwell Hosts all the volunteer workers who I al (heir May H meeting to (beheld Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Green, who i there will Ina hum- nmvH'1 sale for trod Hit-
wiishAuix (lo raise mono
assisted with Meals on Wheels thepai' nt the Sliirke RecreationCenter. eiir
celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary mill
Birthday Cookout haM'ball11111"\
n istralioll. slllll",1I'lIud I
>l two years. II received ..
April a congratulatory -
H)run Hague, !) celebrated! his 14th Reports and shared experienceswere There will hI l> a covered dish dinner card from President and Kindergarten Registration will In- holds Wf arc taking/. donations lot
si'hoolIllins !
hit t It I lidi> l by hosting a hamburger given by the 15 attending. al 7 p.m., with the installation Mrs. Ronald Reagan held May 1216. Students must 1 be Ihc sale al the donate beorouulil
cookout his home on S'berry St being held al 7lIIll.In.Congratulations:: live l years old on or bolorc Sept. 1, to you school cull and plated may ii) the
on Saturday! evening Apr. 26 Irom Class of 1966 GivenTo Mr and Mrs. William Wimberly 191(6.( To begin the! registration pro- fill Jlcri.i fur liiKtti'iK' We will bi-selling '
7.Id p.m.| Reunion June 21 and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jones ofCIII'.y cess, parents must show proof cl cakes and gooilit-s those two
The picnic: : tables were covered Rowland CummingsFor Lake were last Tuesday birth. Before registration is complete donations toward his(
and all !
with mull-colored! checked cloths. The Class of 1T will be holding UF GraduationThe visitors of Mrs. Boots Green and a detailed record of im- days, Thecar
be appreciated.
Twenty ol Uyron's Inend.s enjoyed their 201h Year Class Reunion on Mrs Oleeta Hardcnbrook. munii lion must foo presented with 4 will greatly will be $10 and the carwash
hamburgers, baked beans chips June 21. Several members of this family of Rowland Cummingsis doses DP'I', 3 doses polio, 1 d.we wash/wax.
cake and cokes. class have not received invitations happy lo announce that Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Hill Tilley and Mr. MMH, and a physical exam. $3.P.T.O.:

Alter the' cookoul the guests enjoyed for this event because of insufficient will be graduating from the University and Mrs. 1C. Chastain, Sr., spent Notice for Hand Members... Meeting...
the movie! "Ga>meti'' and addresses. of Florida on Saturday May 3 at Thursday to Saturday Homasassa The last meeting l'ir this school
spent Hie remainder of the evening II I' you were a member of this class J:3a:: ( m. Springs.Mr. The band will NOT be marching in term will be! May 13.: 1'TO officers
listening lu music and d.uieuig. and are interested! in attending the Rowland hits earned a Bachelor of the Shriner's Parade on Saturday, lor the jxn-87! school year will be
reunion, but have not received an invitation Arts degree" in Criminal Justice. and Mrs. IL.0. Dansby have May 3. They will be having a concert selected.
Meals Wheels Group please call !Mi4-i644( and asklor Congratulations/ Rowland, and had as guests! Mr. and Mrs. Rex for Brooker and Hampton Elemen-
on Mrs. McCarthy.DAV many happy returns.Community. D.insby of Adele, Ga., last Thursdayand tary on May 19 and lor Slarkt- ICQW tlara U>ItttiaMet31'.13:
Hold Brunch Monday Friday and Mrs. June Fleckens- Elementary May 20.

'1'hecxeculivetonunflleeol' Meals Will Install News Win or Flint, Mich., and Sherrill Field Trip... To Chuck:

on Wheels, Norma Thompson, Officers May 8The It.V I liabelhG.lV'alker: Dansby ol Tallahassee Monday of The third grade will visit the Thank you, honey lor the best! yearof
Oleeta H.mlenbrook and Gladys Disabled American Veterans\ !IIil-titiK:1) : last week. Alligator Farm in SI. Augustine May my life,
llobbs, gave brunch Moml.iy at (the Slaike will have installation ol ol- A. I. Campbell Lodge<< 7011\ of 23.: Features at the Alligator Farm Nothing makes me more proud thanto
Methodist 1 Fellowship IIill honoring ol Slat ke will sponsor a "Fish Fry" on Miss Adrienne Barry spent the include alligators of all sizes, shapes say that I'm your wile.

ICCIOtaIIMIdI', ('; aaC" itunaarM I = irr..lia: .IJIC: awew::=I May :3 al DeSue Grocery Store, 923: weekend with her brother and sister- and species, giant tortoises, many They say that the first year is the
N. Pine Street, Starke, beginning al in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Barry in varieties of snakes goats( deer, hardest of them all,
IlilitcsIMlolK Clnisliaii dimth! Iliitm-r... 121111un. Juniper Your understanding and your pa-

Hampton On Sunday, April 13, members ul'the All Ity Iuloies :1Ivag Hampton Chiistian Church helda toward the Lodge Building fund.<< 'l'heeunununiIy's Mrs.! Peggy Shallcr was Saturday various birds and other animals. so small.
165.11113Spt !! ; covered dish picnic dinner (following support is needed in overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. The park also features a nature We've shared the good times, along
| in-; lt.il.-H-Qne... i \ services.Itirllid.ns. I this project. Ogden Bales in Jacksonville.Mrs. walk (on a docl) through a Florida with the bad;
'II ic ll.nnplon ITA I is .IHTII""rillg ('clebralcd.. .. For lurther information( you may swamp full of animals in their! We've shed tears together, throughthe
their Aiinu.il Spring lt.ir-H-Qiic on I"amilv'n1l'mh'I's honored Mrs. contact H. P. Johnson, !1fi4.llIill5.) ) ( ( G.S. Brown visited her sister, natural environment. The Atlantic happy and the sad.
Fiiil.ix., M.i2.' : al the KlemenliiiASilioo'l : .. 1 Danny Kiddiek with(, dinner and gills Mrs. Ernest Smith in Micanopy over Ocean is about a mile away with I love you for making our first yearso
Serxing" will begin al 5 p.in. al (the Western Steer Steakhouse on Harris Family the weekend. Anastasia Park providing picnic great.
and eonliiuuuntil( ( all chickens' h.iedisappiared. April 1(> for her birthday( tables and There are many more to come, and I
Mr. and Mrs George Werre Reunion Set Mrs. C.E. O'Steen of Live Oak restrooms. can hardly wait!
The menu consuls ol 1/4 chuken.' celebrated his April 23 birthday on All descendants of William R.Har visited friends here last Wednesday.Mr. Garage Sale and Car HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, HONEY
baked l beans cole "Iiiand Sunday at( the home ol Mr. and Mrs. ris and Wash/Wax... Love, Regina
Harris and
) Seventhgiiiders ( Jimmy Werre in Lake Butler. Mary Geiger and Mrs. Raymond Howe
beM-r.ige al $2 SOper pl.ile their relatives arc invited to attend a Friday and Saturday May 9-10, ltpd 5/1
\\ill be riling delieiousHampton Hamilton l EII''I'IIIIII' School have had as guests Mr. and Mrs.
... family reunion to be held May 10 at b.
dl''I'I'I. SpiiiiKtime IMaiilin Lucky Howe of St. Augustine over
,1.i mbui ei'... The blooming petunias and other" the Clay County Agricultural Center'on the weekend and Mr. and Mrs
On Saturday, in phi.M.i>' 3, anollierJ.imboree ornamentals and trees planted Hwy. 16 West of Green Cover Spr- Jerome Porrettie of Rock Port, N.Y. 0AeLt4
will be lend at the ellv1',1I'k recently at the school add a springtime ings. last Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. ,
The fellowship will begin at 9 a.m.
(11'11I 7 until midnight. atmosphere. The children %
Among\ le.ilured entertainers are also enjoy seeing the beauty and and will continue until p.m., with abasket Bessie Thomas returned to
I he Swell Pride Blue Grassthe growth ol plants they helped in setting lunch being served at 12:30: her home in Holland, Mich., Tues- lO
Rocky Road l Blue Grass: and I the Sea out a few weeks ago. p.m. day after three weeks visit with her
Grass Hands The new shrubbery financed by Beta Sigma Phi brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Foodull aMiilable throughout the PTA looks lovely. This was Mrs. Robert Jones.
the c\'lIlIIg. All arc.. 11I\ j ih'd( I to bring planted at the school entrance andcafeteria Holds Pledge RitualThe Midnight VideoStarke
chairs fur cla\mg: and enjoying the area and includes boxwood Xi Iota Della Chapter of Beta Mrs. Joyce Ware and Mrs. Ruth
nuiMcAlleniN jumper, bush ivy and other attractive Sigma Phi held its annual Belts of Climax, Ga. were Tuesday
Itriiiiiiin... plants. Mr. Gaskill, Mr. pledge visitors of Mr. and Mrs, J.H. Mon- Plaza Old
ritual ApI'il14 at the home of chapter Next to Rawson'sLIFETIME
returned Grillis and Union Correctional In- crief.
Mrs: Wilma ('lark Ins lo member Brenda Thomas.
home mates to be thanked for the good
her Hampton Lake following are New pledge members inducted In-
one week in Georgia where she attended job planting these ornamentals. the Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Jackobs of MEMBERSHIP
to chapter were Penny Aderholt,
>i 11I'lIIglII"'ll'al.... N.Y. this week
a family near Rpslyn, are spending
Valdosta and visited 1 with relatives Mrs. Carole Stevenson, Music Linda Mosley, Bonnie Landry and with her mother, Mrs. W.H. Thomson $14 2 FREE MOVIES
and fiends near thereVisiiois. Director, is preparing children for Joyce Thompson. and brother-in-law and sister QR WITH APPLICATIONRENT
... the Spring Disney Revue Musical UDC Celebrates Mi and Mrs. Jim Womack. Joiningthe
Mr and Mrs Paul Meng visited Program scheduled for May 1 at 7:30: family over the weekend were 3 MOVIES GET 4th FREE
their son and daughter-in-law Mr. p.m. in the school cafeteria). Confederate Mem. Day Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and MATINEE Reserve Your

and Mrs Joe :Meng. in Thomasx'ille, Spring H.irbccuo... The W.T. Weeks Chapter United son, Todd, of Tallahassee.
Ga., over the weekend. They also attended Friday May 2, is set for the good Monday Thursday Favorite Movie
of the held
the Annual Rose Festival a chicken barbecue to be enjoyed Daughters Memorial Services Confederacy at ,Lake Annette and Scott Parker of (9am( .bpm) 99* And A VCR!!
Crosby Miami the weekend with their
beginning 5 until all chickensare spent
beautiful event p.m 27. HOURS: Monday Thursday 9 am 9
Cemetery on Sunday, April and pm
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave
Menu will include baked aunts,
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vasques of San- gone.
Robert Hall member of Sons of
a Mrs. Edna Wells. Friday Saturday 9 am -12 midnight
dusky, Ohio spent Friday night with beans, cole slaw and beverage at Confederate Veterans, addressedthe
her brother, Fran Meng and family. $2.50 per plate. Contact Louie group and placed a wreath at the Richard Torode, and Carl and Sunday 1:00: pm 6:00: pm
( The .following Hampton News Marney chairman or the school for Confederate marker at the entranceto Christie Torode all attended a Shell "Stop By and Select A Late .Movie'/
u'o.s ant lied j,oat lost week's edition information or tickets. the cemetery.The Oil Company Food Mart Manage-

x'cuiisr oj 'loci, oj spoco.) Seventh Grade Project... then toured the ment seminar in Plant City last .... .......
Delicious desserts will be sold by group .. ......... ''
Successful Fish Fr> ... 7th graders at the May 2 barbecue. cemetery veterans and placed flowers on the week.
Members of the Hampton They have been working hard graves. Starke Woman's Club members ; df d''Hih'h'
Volunteer Fire Dept. wish to thank since early December raising Sr. Citizens Health attending the State Woman's Club I I"B I Ie
all who helped to make their recent money for their Disney World meeting in Bueno Vista Sunday to
fish try successful Plans will be an- graduation trip. After two dances, Screening May 17 Tuesday were Mrs. Herbert
nounced lor another event in the two car washes and a generous Upjohn Health Care Services and Thomas, president-elect, Mrs. John
near future. donation from the PTA they have theA.A.RP. (American Associationof Griffin Mrs. Ned Connelly and Mrs. i Prom 1986
almost reached their $600 goal. Sell- W.J. Frick.
('ol1grat IIlatioll"... Retired Persons) will sponsor a
Best wishes go to Donna Mowry ing the desserts should put the icingon senior citizens health screening day Mr. and Mrs James O'Brian and
and Marc Pridgen who were unitedin their cake. at the Senior Recreation Center, 516 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wright and
marriage on Sat., Apr. 19, at Their teacher Carol R. McLeod is N.E 2nd Avenue Gainesville on daughter spent the weekend at St. I May 24th
Bible Church in proud of her students as individualsand Augustine.Mr .
Friendship May 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m
Keystone Heights. as a group who have worked Screenings are provided for senior and Mrs. W.S. Haas have i
Hospitalised... diligently to make their dream trip citizens over age 55 as a free serviceto returned from a month's trip to four i
Mrs. Fannie Brookins is a patientin come true. the community countries in Europe. i
Room 501 at N. Fla. Regional i
Hospital in Gainesville.
Mr. William Lahn has returned I ?
home following several weeks I
hospitalization at N. Fla. Regional.
Mr. Kad Watterson returned home 3 ii I

last week Leave.from.. Bradford Hospital.On !;; ii i i Ir.

Steven Spell returned home on 3 :
Apr. 16 for four weeks military
leave. He has been stationed in f' i 1t!
atft I
Okinawa for the past two years in Ii
Navy Intelligence duty. I It
Among recent visitors of the i
Henry Spell and Viola Lefebvre
families were Mrs. Barbara Fitz-
patrick and children, Vicki, Julie
and Mike of Pensacola.

Family Reunion...
Mrs. Miriam Brown and son, i
Leslie, Mrs. Delores Hawes and t
children, Angela and Brandt, attended ft t
a family get together on Sundayat JI I
the home of Mrs. Viola Gray (in

Mandarin. .
Among other relatives enjoyingthe t
covered dish dinner were Mrs.
Ellis Mease and Mrs. J.C. Gillam of e
Marlow, Ga., Mr and Mrs. E.J.
Schorner and Rose Brown of Lake
Asbury Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Arledge Melissa and Brenda Smithof I
St. Augustine and Robert McClureof
Switzerland. I

Senior ('ltI/(, 'I Dinner...
Among those attending the spring Register I
dinner of the Bradford Senior
Citizens Club held at the Econo- k tw"In
Lodge in Starke on Apr. 8 were Mrs. a D Priorto

DeWaters.Evelyn Vaughan and Mrs. Rudy I

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BBS Sends Strong Field To Regional Track Meet ITop

Bradford High prospects for -6 p.m.Pole vault and-high jump The mile relay was a second-in if Thorpe can run as expected puts Girls Chances...
the 31-school Region 2, Class 3A finals 3:35.53: in the district BHS In the
meet lor second third
running ,
meet today (Thursday, May 1)) are -7 p.m.Finals in all running Freshman Mosley was behind about and fourth places. Lori Sapp in the half mile and! mile
Lori in the mile and hall mile n'latl'lIIn which has the third beM
Sapp events. 30 yards
although he The BHS
ran a heck 01'a boys 440-relay team luis
L. Felicia Davis in the 440 yard dash, The first four places in each event quarter for a freshman. Wesley the fifth best time in the region, and time in the district have good shot
the girls mile relay team, Lonnie qualify lor the state track meet set Johnson gained about 10 yards backon has a definite shot at qualifying for ol winning or placing in Ihe i regional.'

Hamilton in the shot, Herbic Cooper Friday, May 9, at Showalter Field in the second leg. Then Herbie stale BHS was fourth in Ihe district Over-all, District 5 is I the strongestin "

in the high jump, and Corey Robertsin Orlando-Winter Park Cooper put BUS in the money with a at 44.U:, and will be in the fast heat the Region 2 meet, both girls and

the 440-yard dash. super quarter by passing the third at region. "If the hand-oils are good, boys, according to Coach Loper.
Class 3A regionals begin al 3 p.m. Boys Chances... and fourth place teams. Then anchorman why, we'll make it," says Coach Dist. 5 has Ihe best opportunity to
I today (Thursday, May 1) on the UK The boys mile relay team will be Corey Roberts, who had Loper. quality the most lor the state meet,

track next to the O'Connell Center. in the fast heal in the Region meet, run a real good 440-dush( turned in a Corey Roberts placed second in he says.

r The region meet is staggered just us and has a chance to place and an out- super effort and fought off a the 440 dash in district, has the If Lori Sapp is healthy and 100 percent
was the district meet here last side chance of qualifying for the challenge by Gerling from Forest, eighth best among Region 2. Alter she has the best chance to win

week: state meet. The mile relay team will who tried to pass on the turn, totiold the first three places, only hundreths the mile and half mile.
-3 p.m.Finals in the long jump, be Robert Thorpe, Wesley Johnson, onto second place of a second separate the lourlh Sapp has the best time in the mileat

with the triple jump immediately Herbie Cooper and Corey Roberts The BUS mile relay time, which through the eighth places "It might 5:16: in Class 3A in the slate going

following and alternates Rodney Mosley and puts the Tornadoes in the fast heat, just come down to who wants it into the region meet. The next best
-4 p.m.- Preliminaries and I finals Brian Lane Thorpe is coming oil the is the seventh best lime in the most," says Coach Loper regional time is 5.21: by Medina

in (he discus thl'ow4:30 chicken pox and llu, and should Improve 31-school region.. With an improve- Herbie Cooper stands an outside Asbell of Gainesville High, who
: p.Preliminaries and the team ment in the first leg by five seconds chance of placing in the high jump at outran a sick Lori Sapp in the

finals in the shot-put. the region. There is a 6-8, two at 6-4. district meet The third best time is
Number One... -5 p.m.- Preliminaries for both and 6 at 6-2, and Herbie has a shot Kristin Huffman at 5:25: from

1.011 S.ipp li.is recorded the best boys and girls in the hurdles, 100 Lonnie Hamilton has the l lillh best Crystal River. The fourth best timeis
I meters, 330 yard intermediate shot ellorl coming in al 4B'U", se- Michelle Unger's 5:30.:
limes in Hit sl.ilc in her went in :tA"lIIl1ll1'tiliolllhi. hiii-dles and 220 yard dash.
is season fur RI IS. cond in the district. Only a couple in
ches separate him and the fourth See... Track See Page BAThe


I guy.Church

Mw News ,

3 HEADS :,

'r., I 'r, ( Ic Children's Home ground-breaking ceremonywill
be for the new educational
( ? :, Director SpeaksAt building which will begin construction .

.t Methodist in the near future. There will be

ARE BETTER! t ; ChurchDr. dinner on the grounds and everyoneis

Edward L. Dinkins, Jr., Executive asked to bring a covered dish.
1 Director of the Florida Everyone is invited to attend this
United Methodist Children's Homein celebration.

WEED EATER XR-85 DOES IT ALL 110k Enterprise spoke recently on the I
z home and the program it presents. Pine Valley Church
x All groups of the United Methodist
Line Trimmer Women gathered Sunday afternoon, To Have AppreciationDay

April 20, in Fellowship Hall for a Sunday May 4
brief business meeting followed
Weed Blade by will be Pastor
Dr. Dinkins presentation. Sunday, May 4 Ap-
preciation Day at Pine Valley C.H.
.a and Power Edger '. Dr. Dinkins gave a very infor Church. Special recognition will be
'. mative slide presentation, discussed
v given to Rev. David L. Hodges and
problems and local churchescan
ways with dinner served
contribute. family, being
r after the services
Refreshments of punch and tier
All friends and family are invitedto
Heady... cakes were served by Katie Wam-
0 Qualified... 7 to the
wright Group 45 members
Optional Blower 01 Felicia Davis qualified for the Sunday worship hours are: Sun-

Power Hoe Corey Roberts qualified| l for the Regional Track inert and has run present day School, 10 am.; Worship ser-
H'giollalll1l'I't in Hit 410.' the ,sixth best time in the 410 yard vices, 11 a.m.; dinner at church,

attachments available. dash this season.GINA'S Madison Baptist To p.m.12:30: p.m.; and evening service, 6

REG. $32998 Classic Cuts & Stylcs And Have Homecoming Ground-Breaking Sunday Church of God .

Gospel Sing Saturday
SALE $24999 / \ Madison Street Baptist will be
having Ground-Breaking servicesand The Church of God of Prophecy,

day Homecoming this Sunday May 2138 N. Temple Avenue Stark will
Sales price includes line trimmer, sot 4 immediately following the morning have a gospel sing Saturday night at
weed blade and edger attachments. Look Your Best Mother worship services.. 7:30: p.m.

Year limited warranty See dealer for details

Available at: P. O. Drawer 1589 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
Ladies Haircuts PERMS Gainesville, Fla. 32602 DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
Florida Post Control Blow dry Including t3O00uP Personal Representative: THE ESTATE
539 E. Call St. :1000 Arthur Foux YOU ARE HERBY NOTIFIED that the administration .

964-5745 2610 Mayo Street of the eslote ol EDNA A,
964-6777 Hollywood, Fla. 33020 STONE deceased Case Number

.. .. .. .. RUM Noun: Constance Elizabeth Jenkins 86.28.CP, and File Number 1 1.37231. pending
D"l.*u1....;Tft. ':n OitlftDutori: Ine eras ere Tillon, 0;S'TfM C.;((9'2))'382"1398 Al;(hough 486 N. Timpto An. BartiU Man.-Sst. 95Evinlngt 60th Ave. 8 21st St. In the Circuit Court for Bradford
...>yde.In, has ti..n piviout'iy notit"ot .im.olf.i iom individual dill.'.may noi.WMlicuwltIt Suit A JwStarke es Jordan County Florida Probate Division, the
: one you **t cl0d does not ..t inoiriff. litlBd Lea Wt gu.i.r>'m adequate tioch 01(advviiktd' puce ,RoiMi Becky: Attorney for Personal Representative address of which is P.C Box B, Starke
send ttrttt from BHS Made C. Wslktr AppdntmeetAUCTION Jenkins, Florida 32091. The personal represen

R. B. Davis, Jr., Esquire tative of the estate it J.W. ALVAREZ
MARK KAUFMAN S ASSOCIATES whose address if 259 N. Bay Starke,
Legal 502 N.W. 16th Ave. Florida 32091. The name and address of

OF INTENTIONTO 1986, and file the original with the Clerkof NOTICE for Its consideration In Its deliberationon Gainesville. Fla. 32601 the personal representative attorneyare
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME this Court either before service on NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. the application prior to the Board takIng 904326.1011 set forth below
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Petltioner'i Attorney or Immediately day May 5. 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M., action on the application. 5/1 2tchg 5/8 All persons having claims or demands
the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, Dannlse T. Kemp Director against the estate are required WITHIN
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the thereafter or a default will be entered
undersigned Donna L.. English sole against you for the relief demanded in Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at Division of Records THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
owner, doing business under the firm the complaint or petition. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one St. Johns River Water IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
name of All Quality Products, Rt. 2, Box WITNESS my hand and Seal of this lot of paints consigned to Dr. David Management District EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF file with the clerk of the above court a
Scott, Panama City Fla.. to satisfy Itchg 5/1 written statement of any claim or demand -
2838 Melrose Florida 32666, Intends to Court on April 21, FLORIDAIN
1986.GILBERT freight and storage charges, under the they may have. Each claim must
register said fictitious name under the S. BROWN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
aforesaid statute. CLERK OF THE COURT provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Civil Action be in writing and must ,indicate. the basis
Standard Bill of Lading. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA for the claim the name and address of
Dated thls4th day of April. A.D.. 1986 BRADFORD COUNTY Case No. 86 99
Gator Frelghtwayi, Inc., Carrier JACKSONVILLE DIVISION the creditor or his agent or attorney and
in Bradford County. Beulah Moody, D.C. In Re: The Marriage of
01.737205 dtd 2/21/86 Court No. 85-868.Clv.J.14 the amount claimed. II the claim is not
4/10 4tpd 5/1 4/24 4tchg 5/15 JOHN L. CONNELL Husbandand
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA yet due the date when it will become
== Plaintiff, due shall be stated If the claim Is contingent
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA AUCTION NOTICE vs or unliquidated, the nature of
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. CHARLES R. BOYER and the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida TO: JOHN L. CONNELLY 350 Summit
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the day May 12, 1986. at 10:00: o'clock A.M.. CAROL M. BOYER, et ol.. Avenue Jersey City New Jersey. claim 'is secured the security shall be
Probate S Guardianship Department the undersigned Gator Freightways, described The claimant shall deliversufficient
Undersigned Lisa L. Turner sole owner, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
CASE NO: 86.12.CP Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE copies of the claim to the clerkto
the firm of
doing business under name of Action for Dissolution Marriagehas
File No 1.3711 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville. Fla.. one enable the clerk to mail one to
: Notice Is hereby given that copy
Renr-A-Weed, Rt. 4, Box 580 P. O. Box been filed against you and you
IN RE: Estate of lot of pet toys, consigned to Beach Pet to a Final Judgment entered on April 21, each personal representative.All .
801, Starke, Flo. 32091 Intends to are required to serve a copy of your
1HELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE, Supply, Indian Harbor Beach, Fla., to 1986 by the above entitled court In the persons Interested the estate to
register said fictitious under the written defenses If to it, on the
name any
a/k/a THELMA V. DOUBLE. aforesaid statute.Doted satisfy freight and storage charges, above styled cause, the undersignedUnited plaintiff attorney whose name and who a copyof this Notice of Administration
Deceased. under the of Section 4b of has been mailed are required
this 4th of April provisions ( ) States Marshal or any of his duly address Is DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A..
day A.D.,1986,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTHE Uniform Standard BUI of Lading. authorized deputies will sell the WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
In Bradford County. property P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke, Florida
ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier situate In Bradford County, Florida, 32091. OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
THELMA VERRETTA a/k/a 4/104t5/1 Pro. dtd NOTICE to file, objections, they
DOUBLE 01.710100 1/30/86 described a>: and file the original with the clerkof any may
THELMA V. DOUBLE deceased, Case 5/1 2tchg 5/8 Lot 5, Block 2. PINEBREEZE as per plat the above styled court on or have that challenge the validity of the
Number 86.12.CP, File Number 1.3711. Is NOTICE OF AUCTION thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 27 before May 23, 1986, otherwise ajudgement decedent's will the qualification, of the
pending in the Circuit Court for Bradford NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon of the public records of Bradford County, be entered against personal representative. or the venue or
County, Florida Probate Division, the day, May 5, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., AUCTION NOTICE Florida, for "he'rehet may demanded In the jurisdiction of the court.
address of which Is: Bradford County the undersigned, Gator Frelghtways, NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. at public outcry to the highest and complaint you or petition. ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC
Courthouse, Starke, Florida ((32091)). The Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at day May 12, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M., best bidder for cosh at the hour of 12:00: WITNESS my hand and the seal of TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER

name and address of the Personal 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Flo., one the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, o'clock noon on June 4, 1986. at the front said Court on April 28 1986GILBERTS. BARRED.
Representative and the Personal lot of plastic articles, consigned to Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at door entrance of the Bradford County BROWN Date of the first publication of this
Representatives attorney are set forth Treasure Coast Motors, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville. Fla., one Courthouse at Starke, Florida. Clerk of sold Court Notice of Administration: 1 May 1986.
below to satisfy freight and storage charges, lot of trailer parts consigned to Brunger Dated April 24, 1986 By Becky ParrishAs RICHARD E. WELTY
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are required under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Export Ft. lauderdale, Fla., to satisfy Richard L. Cox Jr. Deputy Clerk514tchg522 954 N. Temple AvenueP.
to file. with this court, WITHIN Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. freight and storage charges, under the United States Marshal O. Box 995 .
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Middle District of Florida Starke, Florida 32091
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) Pro. 02.698026 dtd 2/14/86 Standard Bill of lading. John E. Lawlor, III ((904)) 9648050Attorney

all claims against the Estate, and ((2)) any 4242tchg51AUCTION Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier Assistant U.S. Attorney IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD for PersonalRepresentative
objection by an Interested person to 11.731629 dtd 3/10/86 Attorney for Plaintiff COUNTY. FLORIDA
whom notice was mailed that challengesthe NOTICE 5/1 2tchg 5/8 5/1 4tchg 522IN PROBATE DIVISION J. ALVAREZ
validity of the Will, the qualificationsof NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon. Case No. 86.28.CP Personal RepresentativeOf
the Personal Representative, venue, day May 3, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., WATER USE APPLICATIONThe THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FILE NO 1-3723 The Estate of
or jurisdiction of the Court. the undersigned. Gator Frelghtways, St. Johns River Water Management BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA In Re-: The Estate of Edna A. Stone
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 'Inc.. will sell at public auction for cosh at District has received an applicationfor PROBATE DIVISIONFile EDNA A. STONE 5' 1 2tchg 5/8

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla., one Consumptive Water Ute from: Number 85.6-CP Decanted, .- ----
Date of the first publication of this lot of tobacco consigned to Blnson Intern KEYSTONE GOLF AND COUNTRY Division 1.3606

Notice of Administration: April 17, 1986. Sunrise, Fla., to satisfy freight and CLUB P.O. Box 245, Keyitone Heights, IN RE: ESTATE OF
NOLAN L. WOODBURN storage charges, under the provisions of Fla. 32656 Appllcqtlon 2.007.0003ANV, ARTHUR JENKINS, Minor,
2503 Apt. 2, N. Hwy 301 Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of on 4/10/86. The applicant proposes to Deceased Why Don't You

P. O. Box 338 Lading. withdraw .067 MGD of groundwaterfrom NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
Starke, Fla. 32091 Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier the Floridan Aquifer Via 1 existing administration of the estate of Ar
12.669937 dtd 2/20/86 well for a golf course to serve 30 acres In thur Jenkins, Minor, deceased File Attention!

Attorneys for Personal Representative: Bradford County located In Section 24, Number 85-6.CP, Is pending In the Circuit
BESSENT 4 MOODY AUCTION NOTICE Township 8 South Range 22 East. Court for Bradford County, Florida, I
Wm. A. Bessent, III, Esq. NOTICE Is h.reby given that on Mon. The Governing Board of the District Probate Division, the address of which Is If you are tired of being accused of not
403 West Georgia StreetP. 9oy' May 5, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., will take action to grant or deny the oppllcatlons P.O. Drawer B, Storke, Florida 32091. when didn't
O. Box 1056 the undersigned Gator Frelghtways. ( ) no sooner than 20 days from The name and addresses of the personal paying attention you really
Starke. Fla, 32091 Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at the date of this notice. Should you be Interested representative and the personal hear what was said, the new "secret"

Attorneys for Petitioner 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville. Fla., one In any of the listed applications representatives attorney or. set forth j hearing aid may be the answer. It's
4/174tchg5/8 lot of chair, consigned to Baatsman you should contact the St. Johns River below.
Miami, Fla., to satisfy freight and Water Management District at P.O. Box Interested persons are required to small comfortable and easy to use. Come

storage charges, under the provisions of '1429, Palatka Florida 32078-1429, or In file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. by and let us show you the many advantages -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of person at Its office on State Highway 100W.st. THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS of this of aid.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Lading. Palatka, Florida, 904/328.8321. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate type hearing
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Written objection to the applicationmay and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
Case No. 86.150.CA 10-630799 dtd 4/7/86 be mod., but should be received no person on whom this notice was served
IN RE: The Marriage of later than 14 days from the date of that challenges the validity of the will Audio Hearing Services of Gainesvillewill
ROBERT CHARLES DUDZIK. publication. Written objections should the qualifications of the personal

Husband NOTICE Is AUCTION hereby NOTICE that Man- Id.ntlfy the objector by name and address representative, venue, or jurisdiction of be holding a hearing aid clinic
given on
and and fully describe the objection( to the court.
MARIA E. DUDZIK. the day undersigned May 5, 1986,,at Gotor 10:00: o'clock Frelghtways A.M., the application. Filing a written objection ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Monday, May 5, 9:30: to 12:30:

Wife. does not entitle you to a Chapter SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at atMITCHELL'S
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 120 Florida Statutes, Administrative Publication of this Notice has begunon
2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Fla.,
: ROBERT CHARLES DUDZIK one Hearing: Only those whose 1986.
persons Thursday May 1.
NOTIFIED that action has lot of matches, consigned to Venus DRUG STORE I
YOU ARE an substantial Interests are affected by the PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
been filed against you and you ore required Cruise leabreah. Port Everglades, Fla.. application and who file a petition William A. Bessent III 127 E. Call Street Starke 964-7810
to freight ,
to serve a copy of your written storage meeting the requirements of Section P. O. Box 1056
defenses. ,if any to JAMES R. FLVNN. ESQUIRE under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of 28-9.201 F.A.C., may obtain an Administrative Stark. Fla. 32091 or call for appt. 373-5507
Uniform Standard BUI of
Petitioners Attorney who. address Lading. Hearing. All timely tiled objections Attorney for Personal Representative: K.LTIN
405 W. Georgia Street Starke, Gator Fr.IghtwaysInc. Carrier will
is be presented to the Board Nancy E. Yenser
Florida 32091 on O' before May 22. United Transport Svc. 1585


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Hurse Expects Good Crowd For Spring Football I IFillyseven

varsity and junior varsity many ninth graders who will be out in the spring. Nobody will be cut, Include't'rs with experience 4
A IMIM players were expected for the sophomores next fall, "..will be ableto Coach Hurse! says. quarterback
r tirsl days of spring football practice step right in and do a good job for defensive Johnny Clarki quarterback Robert
which begun today (Thursday, May us." Returning starters are Hamilton Starling ety Corey Strong,
1)), according to Coach David Hurse The eighth graders coming up look cornerback David fullback and receiver Greg Wiggins,
'i. The eighth graders will begin the best of any in the past six or linebacker Gary Wise, defensive Ron defensive back Mike Gray, defensive -
I practice Monday, May 5, by repor- seven years, says Coach Hurse tackle Billy Harrell, linebacker end Dennis Cummings offensive
.. ting to the held house directly alter With only five starters returning Brown, and wideoul Patrick Diggs last, tackle Joel Brewer, widcout
,1# school. Eighth graders must have from the 11-1 1985 squad, there will who was a part-time starter Gene Powell, and tight end David
c lRt proof of! a physical examination and be plenty of places for newcomers to season. Williams.
T11 fl a parental permission slip. For spring play Next year will be a rebuilding
practice any physical taken in year but Coach Hurse says there is
( the past year will cfo, but for tall football a good nucleus to work with. The
a new physical will be required, next year BHS will be right back in Ground Breaking Ceremony
according to Coach I Hurse the thick of things, and two years
This spring, the ninth graders will from now could be back on lop, if the andHomecoming
practice with the varsity. The eighth prospects coming up turn out to be
.... 'p'E... I graders will produce by themselves. good football players Coach Hurse
Coach Hurse says that in a has three/ pages of eighth graders Service
to Hun...
Heady rebuilding season such as the one signed up to come out for football,
The BUS hoy s mile relay tram qu| .iI Iced l tar the regional meet al the coming up the ninth graders will be but says experience indicates
I district louiiic.v! able to hold their/ own lor( the most coaches must wait to see who showsup
Promlolltolight Coic'% Itoliei. VVslcJohnson.. Rodney !Mosleywd part, and will benefit much more for practice. Anybody who wantsto
Itoln'i I Tlioi' 'pc Irom the better competition A good try loolball is welcome to come Madison Street Baptist Church

. BHS Track Team Heads For UF Gatorland I 900 West Madison Street Starke

May 4 1984The
prom page 7A) Klrlly l Joe Ihldd>l'an. The clerk was me Williams Vernon Barber and the Mocks. ,
Sip s hall mile time ol 2:20: ( Mike: Hulilcr llOiid 1 judge and Henry Harrell helped with the 1 held The meet ran smoothly and on
winch she has run several tunes, is timers I \\i-ie Jerry McGrill Tony events Coach David Hurse was the time, except for two runners who public is invited to attend the Ground Breaking
he( h'sl11 the entire state in Class AiuloiMin, Jerry P4..tn'lIa. Jlln Duncan l'Il'l'k in the infield and Principal AI were injured and took time to be Ceremony for a new Preschool and Children's Building The
.1A Next best time in the hall in the Hill IVIcK.K1.! Kdilli I: S.i pp. Eric liother checked in al the mt'l'tahn\ care of. With both boys and Homecoming Service will begin at 11:00: a.m. The Ground
legion is by l Michelle Hullman olslal girls running, it takes four or five
<*i \ Ki\vr al 2:27.: The third best I.IIH\ 'Ij.nli-s II.ill. Scorrkeeperw.is All the schools in the district hours to run off a track meet Breaking Ceremony will immediately follow.
time is by Karen Williams oleph> i I' JIMIIIO LI>I"'I' Iva Jean H.mell handled the I field events. Additional help, such as moving Robert. Gillis, Pastor
Hills at 2'2'). The fourth best is Kn.iMasstngioii and! HfllSue Denmark helped with Head runner was Ramona Ten- hurdles was provided by members
ot Osccola High al 2:31.: the ..niai'il1Tl( ", .mnonnrpr was A"- nanl Chris Dinkins was in charge of of' the host BHS track team
Uradloul's Felicia Davis has the
sixth best lime in the 440 dash coming r
mIll I ho regional but the times .. ,i
tilt so close Miss Davis, who is .
known lor giving her best", ellort in
eerrace, has a definite I shot ol :: :
placing three through sixth THURSDAYFRIDAY j!
The Tornado girl's mile relay
team ol Angio Cohens. Kim Adams j I
Felicia DaMs. and Lori Sapp with 1 =
1'1'1'1'1 Kittles as an alternate, has a
good chance to place in the first louiGamcs '
\'ilk- High has I the best time at
4'OK. Gamesulle Eastside is al 4:14: SATURDAY
(hen comes Biaclloid al 4:19.: The ,,
fourth( best time is Osceola al 4:20.: o R
The 440-> ard I'l'liltl'am of Kittles.Cohens d :
Adams, and Davis was May 1-2-3 t
louth in district and has about the o _
10th best time going into the district tf
and will be the slow heat at Regions f
but t hey' still have a chance to placeChns'ti .
Harrell, a BUS freshman j
has the eighth best time coming into 30 Gal\ouT I
the regional in the two mile run. It's 8 M.dspaEADERS CAN
so t tight, Christ i has a chance of placing PENN $218 A"arlcen' TRASH ;

in the first Distefano sixJennifer from Lake COOKINGbo tL ,.. ..II\.. RUSsIARenPo,'1I000per"" "" -- Rateedbono\ "' $l0 .'
one ; pegalvanlzed
I l'a tll \P\
Weir at 11:39: the only one in Region Nntaste on'1'ac fuIl2 'epics c.C\\ sheeIV/a'a8'ee''
a \ \
? I
88 d.ellno"R
2 under 12 minutes is the odds-on food to a ;?. t Cu '
favorite to win the two mile. Then Cooks be table gal S e'lu .- gROADCASISPREADEmanvas \5\1' PLASTIC\ BAGS 99

the times go into the 2:20's: and "it'sso o+I GO. e' p1o g. ,11101bO"InrentotY
owe) Rua0read .air gal.1.7S"
tight you can put a blanket over of Must/ Whtl: : : dpl- pe\ler\ 11
them," says Coach Loper. andie take euipesill., ..SCome

M.ercua lovers,
Loper lUmning Region.. AU horse

BHS Coach George Loper is the SPRINKLERS dow ti
meet director and head referee and on clal prices-
BHS is the host school for the Region SP l ; '
Small water droplets Ideal lor flowers,. o .
The UF officials group will do tage t17 "ON
most of the timing The Florida gardens and new seeding $388 a d Ua I / .
Low low volume _
Track Club will use the Acutrack Water pressure saver''. _____ '<:
camera to photograph all the -'ro_ ,IEO'
finishes in the finals. PLASTIC KECTON $588 HALTERS Saddle Pads "'
Walter Welch, the starter for UF METAL S
for :years and who is one of the Olympic Full or part circle a 90( ft Head Only $800 PROMO' 54 Handle 'CULTIVATORS One piece, forging '10" ,. .Wetted Handle head S 21111
diameter Dilfuser and D. $1 200
pin 0 .
starters will start the races. distance adjustment. e Metal. 4.44 a Up CII.SHOVELS 47 Handle Rolled slop 6411 IB H.OOI.dB'Handle -'Tbl.de $O O39
The UF facility is one of the best in counter. .weighted. arm lor longer life -i HOES
the country now says Coach Loper. -a 48 Handle Shank pattern $ 9 Heavier' duly
METAL IMPACT SADDLES GIRTH 's..ledb.d.dadlo..nk., Fine quality.
At District.. The best priced highest $1 ABB !,p'LY.SWEEP BAKE .
I Quality sprinkler/ available/ Very ughnveight Polypropylene<1
BHS was also the host for the All metal. a Full or part circle Head only .. $1 2 5 0 0 0 $8 OO D. ,BOW 48 Handle RAKES' .Teeth $ 9 150 treated' 13''..nead 2V.Welded. 54' handle heal' 675
District I 5 meet. a 90( ft diameter e Diffuser pin ex Up II Up SPEED RAKE
8 ee
Helping out Coach George Loperas and distance adjustment 1 O.OO ,. 48 Handle. 21'V head Steel'ipring.back tinea 5

timers and officials were: Starter RAIN TOWER ,PRUNING. SHEARS, ,
Telion S coated, Dladea $ One aleel blade and
$4498 Jeans Breast
J.J Johnson. At the finish line with Complete with lull part circle Wrangler Straps see S..lylOCk.' pouch NMh,444setegecxROUen
the stats was Buddy Revels. Inspectors impact sprinkler/ Collapsible and adjustable. II .PRUNING. BOW SAW S4aPotwat
were Donnie Burch, Bill Cooper up to 6 feet Galvanized steel $1298 $1500 0"".d. Tubular steal fram. .
Robert Thorpe Sr., Don Sapp and AG & FARM SPRINKLERS All Sizes I ex d. Up ,LOPPING 2nonql. .SHEARS Adu".blun, 788 C.rbon.b Potwat grip handles> < 'g88

421-AG2" metal impact C88 Srr 8 HOSES
a Full circle 5'32"nozzle 9
Rec News e 50 feet clear. vinyl SW.D
a Spray diffuser pin Plastic shield protects reinforced,
base keeps sand out ,
$ 88
Softball Begins 323-90 a", metal Impact $-f.44 ANIMAL HEALTH CARE CaiefullySelectedOuaJltyProdlJCts .
Its time to begin another Softball a Full circle a Two nozzles I BO'rubbe."nyl'
POACH PRUFFE b Odorlsw,ron.ubkgpwidwg $ 4-188
deadline is _
season. Registration
233-31 '? metal) FrhaNr
= e1 M tinshty test.' 2001822
May 17.The Dilluser $2488 _
impact pin 1 R Fry end 1c control.
games will be played in the a Full or part circleSPRINKLER gallon.. 70150322 1588
mornings after school is out for the 0 IN kn edpranulaeybeH.Uwonoubb. .
summer The program will last PARTS ., 3..50
through the first or second week in $488 200071METALSPIKE '
There will be three leagues. Tee- $ 04 The Best Quality
2 for the Best Price Enchal VaccinesANYWHERE
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I The sound of the auctioneer's and two foreign countries braved the brought the total auction attendanceto Knuckleboom loaders. contractors rather than operating hers in this area were all pulled and
! chant rang along Alton Road Satur- heat and dust of the Hercules equip- 1,250 persons. The widespreadfirms Tom Mclnnis, of the Iron Horse the heavy equipment itself shipped away, Hercules convertedits
: day, April, 26, as 400 pieces of Hercules ment parking lot in what is believedto represented ranged from Auction Co, Norwood, N. C., operation on Alton Road to a
: Powder Company heavy have been Bradford County's big- Main to Seattle, California, Texas, described the auction as a great success The main plant of Hercules at maintenance shop for the company's
forest-ancl-contruction equipmentwas gest auction both in dollars and attendance Oklahoma, New Jersey and The equipment had become Brunswick, Ga., processes 'original heavy equipment.The .
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one million bucks. from Costa Rico and the Bahamas, company found it was! more cost- content, which has several industrial company now has 30
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Stallings Performs with Dance, CompanyCast

By Mark Fried tin and as such, has to know 10 slOeI' mysen iu ue seuuus HI mat "Can you believe it" Stallingssaid.
: BCT Staff Writer roles in the musical. time and age I was, just doing it for "I have the most magnificent
4 Luke Stallings, grandson of Tom When any of 10 performers is sick, fun. When I started high school (at parents in the world They are total-
Iy and Esther Stallings of Hampton, or goes on vacation, it's Stalling'sjob Eastside High I was still playing ly supportive."
has taken his artistic talents to new to take his place. He may be required football" and swimming on the swim He went to New York in August of
heights in the past three years as a to sing, dance and act on a team. 1980, and his first goal was to
member of a professional dance moment's notice. It's not unusualfor The big test was the year I decided become a member of Actors' Equity -
company touring in major cities the young actor and dancer to not to play football" and continueon which would allow him to per
across the United States. find out during intermission that a with dance. form in professional theater productions
Stallings was in Jacksonville cast member will not go on for the His senior year he was involved .
recently for a three-night performance second act"It with a touring arm of Gainesville His arrival coincided with the
in the famous musical 42nd gets me on stage quite a bit," Civic Ballet that performed in city opening night of 42nd Street on
Street" and said his job has broadened Stallings said uw fug et telephone interview schools. Inevitably they went to Broadway.
his experience since he began. from Little Rock, Ark Eastsidi- "I was there opening night he
in the Florida Times "No one had known Stallings said "the Gower
reprinted night Championthe
42nd musical that tells
Street, the said.
"They were shocked. We went
last minute show's and
Union. "I've had many ( choreographer
the story of a young dancer who goeson calls on to stage, and have been on and did a concert, and the responsewas director) dIed. I knew when I saw it
in of star and
place injured
an very supportive. I was worried
stage for about three months I wanted to do the show.
c becomes a star overnight, continuesto about the reaction from a lot of my
? ; : r be on of Broadway's biggest finan- straight male friends" "I knew the show was it. About
cial and critical successes. Being a male swing didn't appealto "It made me feel better. It sort of three years and nine auditions
The musical opened in 1980 in New him; woo much in the beginning, validated my plans for dancing." later," he said, "I finally got the
f he said. A wants as much "
York and still is playing, while other Well, sort of show.
y casts have been assembled to per- security and exposure as he can get. Stallings, who is 25, graduated in Stallings joined the touring company -
; form the show in London and across "Then I kind of came to terms 1978 and started out to study jour- for the West Coast perfor-
America. with it," he said. "You just"get up nalism and broadcasting at Santa Fe mances, and has since been nearly
"Consensus terms this productionand there and smile and go at it. in everywhere with it
Community College Gainesville.
"I like It because there's no timeto "I think first of all that (it)
cast pure gold and the crowning But that summer he got a part in ap-
achievement of the late Gower worry, he said "You're just The Cross and the Sword in St. peals to the general audience- to the
Champion," wrote New York on"Stallings' dancedidn't Augustine, and then auditioned at young, middle aged and old. Thereis
magazine after the opening. decision to pursue Disney World. A representativefrom something for everyone.
Before 42nd Street was Known to come easily. Hewas raised in the Gus Giordano School of "It also has received lots of ac-
an environment of competitive team claim. It won Tonys, people know
theater audiences, it was known to Dance in Chicago offered him a
movie audiences for nearly 50:years sports."I scholarship, which he accepted. the music, with songs like Lullaby of
throught the 1933 Warner Bros. film was playing football on myfather's While in Chicago, "I.realized! I did Broadway and Shuffle Off to Buf-
starring Ruby Keller and Dick city league team, "my not want to be a conc_. dancer. I falo, and many people have seen the
he "
older sister Lissa was dancing,
Powell. movie 1933.
was also (studying) w.ce, and I
Stallings has been with the touring said.He and decided I was going bac& w>school," "It'sjust an up show fast, upbeat,
began to study tap jazz lots of production numbers
production 42nd Street for about Stallings said. "Then my parents ,
School of Dance,
Making it to the Top... two years. dancing at Pofahl Civic Ballet. i Margaret and Harry Stallings) gorgeous costumes. And it's a com-
home of the Gainesville edy too. You can't lose with the
His is not for the
job nervous. said don't
New York
like Mailings! has a big role in "'Und Slieet". Stallings is the "male swing" in the "I kept it real quiet. I didn't con- fir.t" .'Why' you show."

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I Taylor Pitches P.K. a No-Hitter, Indians Take Region 3-2 I

lt> :Mark Krii-illin walk, then stole second with a diving In the Interlachen game, the two Grilliot and singles by Everts, Aaron .: '''''-, ,I-,, -, ;;) -"'. ,
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with a sizzling: no-hitler and Scott was Ihe moment for a big game "We put it together in the tournament warmups was quickly replacedby
Grilliol delivered! the game winning winning hit and Scott Grilliot came ," Gawriluk said "They expressions akin to shellshock
Mow with a bases!! -Ioaded! saerihco through a shot into deep venter- guys rose to the occasion in a big alter" lacing Lee Stanley on the
fly in the bottom of the seventh inning held, bringing. home Taylor wilh the way." mound and the KIIIIS batters lor
as the KIIIIS Indian: baseball winning run The Indians jumped out to a 5-2 live innings in the linal.
team won the! Region 4 2A title with Inili.uisVin: DislrUtKIIIIS lead over Clay in (he first inning The Indians powered their way to
an exciting 3.2 victory over the Blue earned (their shot al the with doubles by Vey and Aaron a 6-0 load in the lirsl inning oil
Waves Tuesday night in Keystone! ( Regional title, ;and now he I Sectional Stanley, who went 3-4: on the day, singles by Geiger, Todd Grilliol: and .
Heights crown with an unprecedented! sweepin and a single by Todd Grilliol. They a two-rbi single by Daryl Taylor,
The victory, combined with an Indian (he District tourney, blasting scored another in the second on then increased their lead to 9-0 in the & '
sweep in the District 8 2-A tournament Mending champions Clay High out singles by Stanley and Todd Griliol.Two lop of the second olf consecutive
in Green! Cove Springs lust in (he I lirst round 14-2,1 hen crushinglop more Indian runs came doubles by Scott! and Todd Grilliol a
Friday lelt KIIIIS just one game seeded Inlerlachen 17-3 in the across in the third on singles by Eric and singles by I Marvin and Everls.
from the prestigeous "Ijmil, I lina.! Both games were shortened Taylor, Scott GJ'illiolllnd Everts. They I finished 01 fill I (! Rams for the
away lour the stale championship tour live innings by (he Id-run rule. Daryl Taylor stroked a single toom1) title in Iho final two innings Scott! .... ..
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title are on the line this Friday Rich Vey was an ollensive machine, along with Aaron Stanley on Veylluei'run and Rick Julius hit doubles and Lee 4 ,
night when the Indians travel! to sl'ncllng'six runners home I lor KIIIISon homer Stanley Todd Grilliol Rodney ", <"I.
Jacksonville to take on the Holies a double and a Ihrec-run. homer KIIIIS blew the game open in the (:in IIiol and Vev hit singles lo seal ."'" .
Bulldogs lilt deep over I the lelt tield lame (lOll ol the lilth on a double by Todd the win I r

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Bradford High! qudlilied six girlsin Freshman Christi Harrell The events woi"' OF, 65.01 6)Trotman, GHS, 65.06. 4:14.11: 3)BHS) 4:19.89 (Cohens, 5)Horner, OF, 88'5'j 6)King) I
six event for the Region 2, Class qualified with a third place in the 110-Yd. Hipl. Hurdles: DHunt) 330-Yd. Low Hurdles: DEiell) Adams Davis, Sapp) 4)OF) 4:30.85: 80'44"! .
:3A track championships! set today two mile run with her best time to GHS, 15.5 ;Adams) ES, 1599 GUS, 48.74 2)Saunders) OF, 49.71 5)NM) 43938.: High Jump: Saunders) OF, 5'2"
'Thursday, May 1) at the University date ol 12.29.16.Placing: 3)SaundersOF, 16.5 4)Evans) NM, 3)Anderson, OF, 51.06 4)IIunt) GHS, Shot Put: 1)Jones, OF, 35'/4" 2)Hunt.) GHS. 5'2" 3)Booth) GUS
of Florida track next to the O'Connell for points in the meet, but 16.56 5)Lewis) OF 16.77 6)Wilker- 52.79 5)Mueller) OV 56.51 6)Hall, 2)Nelson GHS 341" 3)Faison) ES 5'0" 4)McCrae) GHS, 4'10" 5)Rawls)
Center not quahlying for regional, were son. NM, 17.14.100Meter ES, 56.52. 33'Mi" 4)Taylor) NM, 32'V4'r5)Snow OV, 4'10" 6)Nichols) NM, 4'8".
Admission to the meet is Iree, The freshman Unissa King in the discus Dash: DKimble) OF, 8110-Yd. Run: I)Sapp,BHS, 2:22.85: NM, 31'6" 6)Long) /ES, Long Jump:'1))Jacobs, OV, 18'/s"
first four places in the District 5, for sixth place with a throw of 12.37 2)Hill) OV, 12.39 3)Baker) 2)Trotman, GHS, 2:34.15 3)Lewis) 30'4 IAt". 2)McCrae, GHS, ir9'/4" 3)Hill, OV,
Class 3A meet were held! last Thurs- 80'4'' !". Sophomore Chrissi Anders GHS, 12.89 4)McKinney, ES, 12.93 ES, 2:37.08: 4)Davis) LW, 2:39.67: Discus: 1)Jones, OF 105'2" 170" 4)Booth, GHS, 16'2" 5)Kim-)
day on the Bradford High oval. was tilth in the mile in 6:12.05. 5)Noble) NM, 13.06 6)Jacobs, OV, 5)McNeal) OF, 2:40.17: 6)Horner) 2)Nelson) GUS, 103'W 3)Snow) NM, ble, OF 15'llV 6)McLeod, ES,
Although sick with the flu for three Freshman Robin Manning was sixth 13.59. OF, 2:51.20 93"12" 4)Gordon) NM, 89'3'A'1 15'U"REMEMBER .

days before the meet, Bradford in the mile run in 6:4:1.: : Mile Run BHS: DAsbt-ll)5:3805, GUS 3)Smith) 5:23.28: ES Mile Medley Relay: DGHS) 4:21: .02 .-IIILININIIIIIINIIlr..............-.-.-.._...--.,-.-.-NINNYI/III/IIIININNINN//I/N.--..-.-.-.-.--..-I.NY.N N-
sophomore distance runner Lori 2)Sapp) 2)NM) 4:40.36: 3)ES) 4:42.09: 4)OV) .-- (:
Sapp qualified in three events Sapp The girls mile medley relay team 5:49.76: 4)McNeal) OF, 6:0767: 4:43.86: 5)OF) 4:51.35: 6)BHS) 4:56.31.: MOM!!
won the 880 yard run, was second in of Angle Coin'us, Kim Adams, Terri 5)Anders, BHS, 6:12.05 6)Manning) 220-Yd. Dash: DHall> OV, 26.05 Mother's Day is May 11 th Hours 10.5:30: M-F
the mile run, and anchored the thud Kitties, and Chnssi Anders was BHS, 6:43: .0. 2)Kimble, OF, 26.74 3)3)Baker GHS, 10.4 Sat
place mile relay team sixth Cohens led with 29.8 220( yard 440-Yd Relay: DGHS 50.55 27.56 Felton) GHS, 27.81 5)Ezell. To Ann's
The third place mile relay learn leg, Adams ran the second 220 in 2)Forest) ,3)NM) 53.3 4)BHS) GUS, 27.87 6)Murray, OF, 28.02. south Plaza
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Cohens 68.6, Kim Adams 65.9, BITS, 12:2916: 4)Mctty.) ,
Felicia Davis 63.3) and Lori Sapp an bests Ion this mile medley ((e.un 2)Barton) NM, 60.77 3)Booth, GUS, OF, 12:37.37. the place for that Perfect Gift for Mom Grandma, Sister,
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petition set today (Thursday May 1)) Roberts) 3)OF 3:36,1: 4)NM) 3:43.65: r; ,.
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boys Corey Roberts and Her- ES, 45'3" 4)Duncan) ES, 43'2'V
bie Cooper, qualified in three events. 5)Reed) NM, 41'7'j": 6)Hawkins) Carrier I Mirror Gallery
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relay the 440 dash, and mile relay. : DKmgcaid, NM!, 158'4" 5,000 BTU
Cooper qualified in the high jump, 2)Pope) ES, 147'2" 3)Gerlmg, OF, Air Conditioner
440-ayrd relay and the mile relay 132'11 4)Singleton) ES, 124'3"
Wesley Johnson qualified in two 5)Fogel) OF, 121'IQ'6)Horner) Cool quiet comfort
events the 440-relay and mile relay. OF, 12r6". Installs in minutes -
Lonnie Hamilton qualified in the High Jump: DColeman) OF 6'2" Carrier quality and reliability
shot put, Darrin Patterson in 2)Cooper) BHS, 6'0" 3)Johnson. OF,
440-relay and Rodney Mosley in the 5'8" 4)Robmson) OF, 5 4" 5)Wilson, 521, ,,, 576
mile relay. LW,5'0". 'P! 435U
Scoring points but not qualifyingfor Long Jump: 1)Camps) ES, 22'l'/i
regionals was the fifth place BHS Johnson) OF, 21'2\4\ 3)Stevenson) ,
mile medley relay team which ran OF, 2C'7'4"' 4)Gerling) OF, 20'4>/4" 1 ,
4:00.59.: Darrin Patterson ran 24flaton 5)Byrd) ES, 20'2'4" 6)Smith) OV, "
the opening leg and James 19'lVi"Triple. S4'e &Gr q Zflee4 Saw e
Jamison ran a 25on the second 220 Jump: DCamps) ES, 44'2'
leg. Brian Lane ran a 55.9, and Col- 2)Milton) OF, 43'11'4" 3)Johnson) moan ..
trane Felton ran a : .half mile. It OF, 42'10" 4)Robinson) OF, 42'0" I d
was a personal best for Lane and 5)Rochelle) ES, 4rO'10'2" 6)Col- (
Felton. eman, OF, 40-10". maw.. ndrs
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Pole Vault: DHall) LW, 13'0' ,o3
Ocala Forest won the boys district 2)Horner) OF, ll'O" 3)Salser) OF,
title with 134 points. Gainesville 10'0" 4)Campbell, Nl9'6"! 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
Eastside was second with 107 points, Hawkms) NM, 9C" 6)Samuels) ,
3)North Marion 50 4)Gainesville) OF, 9'0".
High 43 5)Bradford) High 29 6)Ocala) o (YT
Vanguard 21 7)Lake) Weir 11,
Event results: -- -:: :
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ES, 14.59 2)Moody, ES, 15.45
3)Grant, OF, 16.41 4)Samuels) OF, I 583 ,
16.49 5)Coleman, OF, 17.04 r
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BHS Boy.. and Girl Netters Perform Well at District ccfC J't..e.'f'S Cite Her A Gift .._..:/,.Gi... 1pis'

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Paul Bawek of BHS beat Greg the day when she dropped the first In doubles Maria Thomas and '
By li1':Mark Stall Kricillin WriterThe Shultz of Crystal River in an exciting set to Trudy Gibb of Inverness 0-6, Kim Sapp lost their first round pa'311 You i Feel[ About/ Her 1/
BUS and tennis first round match 6-4. 4-6 7-6 (7-5 in came back to win the second set 6-3 match to Mullarkey and Burns of 'tiat' Charm:
buy's girl's
I finished district the tiebreaker) and then lost to and then lost 7-6 ina 7-5 tiebreaker in Crystal River 6-2, 7-5.
(their season at the
number seed and eventual champion the final set. In number two doubles Sherry
tournament in Ocala with fine
individual Greg Wingo of Ocala Forest 6-1.6-0. On court five Jackie Nguyen won Ross and Jackie Nyguen lost their Olfei Good MavK-10. 1986 Only
performances In number five singles. Pat Diggsof her opening round match 6-3. 6-4 quarterfinal match to Freeman and
"We not a bad break on the BHS got a bye in the first round over Kristen Komas of New Smyrna Collins (the number three seeds) of FREE TO FIRST 10 CUSTOMERS
the because
seeding tourney we then lost to Herschal Faber of New Beach then lost in the quarterfinals GHS 6-1, 60. II
were pretty much an unknown factor "- Symrna Beach 6-4. 6-2. Faber wenton 7-6 (7-5),7-5 to Michelle Strasser,the The girls won two team points fora w DAILY WITH PURCHASE D
due schedule this
to our season to win the title. number two seed in the event. 10th place finish in the event.
commented BHS Coach JerryMcGrilf. $3000
In doubles Jason and Brown of or more
Jody *
"As a result most of our
players had to face they got a bye in the first round then losta ..,... ,. . .. ..... .... ,, .... ,....,.. ......
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later rounds. I'm proud of our teams .
7-5 6-3 in the if-- enu.
quarterfinals.In o \
this season. They all improved number two doubles Jimmy 1 JI .. ,J Di
tremendously as players this Wilson and Rick Kimutis received IvVY .
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bye int he first round then lost in the I Magnolia HotelDowntown ,
In boy's singles, Jason Brown of quarterfinals to Delorma and Snellof Handbags & ) m
BUS won his first match by default Ocala Vanguard 6-3. 63. /
then lost to number one seed Scott The BHS boys picked up a total of Starke across from Post Office : Accessories \
Evans of Ocala Forest 6-0. 60. four points in the tournament and I X
Evans was the eventual.champion of placed seventh in the 11 team t
the event tourney.The Rooms for Rent H&TVgS' '>
In number two singles, Jody BHS girls got off to good start i. I HosieryDRESS _.
Brown received a bye in the l first when number one seeded Maria
round I hen took the first set in the se- Thomas beat Leslie Mayberry of In- Nightly Weekly Monthly \ "
cond round before falling to Brad verness 6-2. 6-2 in the first round ; ;J A I'A .-
Boshek of Ocala Vanguard 1-6, 6-3. before losing to kate Grooms of Nightly '8 From 35110 Weekly r.Ll VJ GIFT SHOP
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6-2 in the quarter finals.In 6-1,6-2 quarterfinals .
number three singles, Jimmy Kim Sapp lost to Deanna Schantzof .. Bradford Squirt Shofplnj Cnttr
Wilson of BUS received a bye then Inverness on the number two a 7 Mon.-Sat. 9:30-5:30:
won his quarter final match over court 6-4, 6-3 in the first round. _._,,_-r--' .N"f': '''",:;::::) ;/Nr.: : ::::;;'. ",-' 'Ir r
Tim Straub of Inverness f>-l, 6-1 Sherry Ross lost to Kim Kinsler on BRADFORD SQUARE
before falling to number one seeded court three in the first round by a 6-1, -
Victor Musleh of Ocala Forest 6-1. 6-0 score. : -
6-1 in the semi-finals. Musleh wenton BHS' Donna Parado came up with ":-:? ,
to win the event. one of the most courageous( match of ,..r"THERE = -= ..... __ "


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I Lady Tornadoes Fall 17-4 in District Championship to Marion

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'the l Lady Tornado softball t amclluldn't Down 5-1 the fourth BHS allowed a S"-' Butler RBI
in iin single. sinreally smacked was almost a runs says Coach Slater. Shaun GHS scored twice in the seventh
really their bats going in NM two more runs when a groundball BHs: goi, l i wo runs in the fifth when home run. But two perfect throws, Butler led with a single and GHS when Bruce and designated hitter
the District 5-3A championship got by the outstretched glove of Sherrie Green doubled. and scored on the relay from the left fielder and then issued bases on balls on Patty Huber singled and on the BUS third
game and lost 17-4 Friday night third baseman Jackson and rolled a Daphie Williams double. Williams the shortstop's throw home were Smith, Bridget Skeen and Kellie baseman to load the bases. One run
April 25, at Ganlt Recreational Complex through the iett: fielder's legs and all went to third on a error :md scoredon right on the mark and Stacy was out Jackson. scored on a fielder's choice and BHS :
in Ocala. the way to the lence. a Cindy Taylor sacrifice ily. at home. Stacy was the big gun for BHS added three runs in the sixth walked one run in.
North Marion banged out 17 hits a In the filth North Marion scored 8 In the 7th Ann Starling singled and: the Tornadoes going 3-for-3 with when the bases were loaded when Cindy Taylor was 2-lor-4, scored I
lot ol them infield singles. NM hit the runs on a combination of singles and Green walked. Brena Skeen hit intoa lour UBI's. Bridget Skeen, who led off, walked twice and had an RBI. Patty Smith I
ball where BHS players had to moveto walks. NM loaded the bases in the fielder's choice and NM nailed The Lady Tornadoes kept a comfortable and Sherrie Green and Cindy Taylor was 2-tor-4 with a triple scored once
I held it. BHS would knock the ball first! third fourth, and a couple of Starling at third Cindy Taylor then lead all the way going singled. Stacy Reddish's 3RBI tnple and had an RBI. Shaun Butler was
down but the Colts would have times in the tilth. The Colts, 17-5 and walked to load the bases. Green ahead with a five run second inningin followed. 2-for-4 and scored a run. Kelhe
another base runner.It 9.3 in district play advance to the scored on a Stacy Reddish single. which Shaun Butler, Patty Smith GHS scored one run in the first Jackson was l-for-2, scored once,
was a I frustrating night for 18-3 regionals. Bridget Skeen, and Kelhe Jackson when DII Bruce singled, advancedon and had one RBI. Bridget Skeen was
BITS, which had previously twice 'They are a good team" says Tor- BUS 8, GUS 3 hit four straight singles then Sherrie a walk, and scored in infield hits. l-for-2 and scored run
beaten North Marion The game nado Coach John Slater with the Stacy Reddish went 3-for-3, including Green walked to score a run. Cin-

even saw a BUS putout ignored, with potential to go all the way a triple to lull J field, to lead d> Taylor doubled and Stacy Reddish .--- ------------ --
the bases loaded because the umpire BUS ends the season at 18-3 and 9.1 the BITS girls 8-3 by Gainesville High and Ann Starling added singles
admitted he wasn't looking when in district play in Iheir first game in the District In the third BHS threatened but
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Ladd l Indian lii>lli.i>'iiian Super Itrown batted over .5110: for KIIIIS this !season and hit triple against HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS
flat lit the District' X 2\ liuul.

Lady Indians Just Miss District .11.

Title in 8-7 Squeeker to ClayBy

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:Mark KrirtllmLKMSporU. the first three innings to take a 6-0 fought all the way back to grab the
Writer' lead while the KHHS bats were lead, 7-6 in the top ol the seventh.
The Keystone Heights High School silent before Grice came up in the It wouldn't last long untorlunanl-! North Florida and South Georgia's
Lady Indians rolled into the district top of the fourth and slammed a solo ly. as the normally accurate Homer r -
8-2A tournament with consecutivewins home run deep into centerfield.The ." leading authority on horticulture will be at....
in their last six regular season blast pulled the girls to within cTY'v "

games and the number one seeding five alter Clay failed to score in the 14 .I 1 BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE
but fell to Clay High in an 8-7 heart- bottom of the frame. '
breaker Friday night in Keystone.The The Lady Indians added two more
Lady Indians fell behind 6-0 in the top of the lifth. Pam Wheeler FLA.TWIN THEATRE 1101 S. \Vlimit Str early, pulled all the way back in the slammed a single through the gap
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loaded sacrifice fly by the Clay first Tomlinson was up next and the rI ,
baseman. powerful junior pounded a shot into |I jIoolspIcuL I|
"We have a young team and I deep left scoring Wheeler on the hit Sat. I Sun. 6:00 Showini 'I I
think it caught up with us a little in and Raleigh on an overthrown ball I '
the first few innings" commented by the Clay shortstop. I"I:!

Lady Indian coach Mike Wingate. KHHS pitcher Stacy Homer pulled FRIDAY I
"It's awfully hard to spot a team like her team to within two runs at 6-4 in STARTS i
Clay six runs and get the win. The the top of the sixth inning with Wait Disney's
girls were nervous in the beginningand another solo home run, this one hit I
it hurt us. By the time we into deep center field. [SLEEPINGBEAUTY
started playing our usual game we Clay failed to score in the bottomof I
were out of innings. It's a tough wayto the sixth, and the Lady Indians
end the season but I've got to be were not about to go down without a
proud of this team. We'll be back light.
next season." Facing elimination in the bottomof SCREEN 2
The Lady Blue Devils, beaten by the seventh inning, the Lady In-
KHHS 9-2 in a regular season game dians went down slugging the ball
one week before the tournament like they had through much of the L1 iEI
began, slammed Interlachen in the season when they achieved the tenth
opening game then hit the gaps with spot in the final state high school
uncanny accuracy in the opening in- sportswriters poll.
nings of the championship final. Super Brown was up first, and the .h ., .w .
Seven singles were hit into the gap outstanding lead-off hitter slammeda rpr1]@ '. .- V.i/l.I
between KHHS thirdbaseman Pam shot deep into right-center for a tri /\JV ItvRO
Wheeler and shortstop Lisa Grice's ple. Sarah Raleigh followed with a ... ,: A.-I.-.
outstretched glove. perfectly placed !single down the 301 DRIVE-IN '' ', '
"We moved Lisa over a few steps right held line scoring Brown, and Starke 964.1484 ,
but they just hit the spots," Coach the girls had pulled to within one. .;A r
Wingate said. "We've done the same Tomlinson was the next batter and Fri., Sat., Sun., Model 56145
things to quite a few teams this tied the game with a hard-hit triple t'hs.DER .$
season so we can"t be too upset into deep left, scoring Raleigh. ; 8-32 Riding '
about it. They just got the hits." Tomlinson came home on a throwing /tN' ,r-a". ,
Clay came up with eight singles in error and the Lady Indians had had Mower. v'


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Memory: Apr. 27 in Gainesville Nursing Survivors include his wife, extended illness.A Church and a member of the Altar Kadmill'aUt'I'SOI1
Center, lollowing illness Patricia Ann Hilliard two native of Metcalf Ga. she livedin
Ol :My DaughterDeborah a long ; Society. Mr. Kadmill B. Watterson. 99 of
Born Feb. 22, 1900 in Rochester, daughters, Teresa Jefferson of Mid- Miami before moving to Survivors include her husband 29
died Tuesday. Apr. in
Sue Kite Pa., Mr. Gordon moved to Keystonesix dleburg, and Vickie Chapman of Tallahassee in 1984. She was a James Vincent Porchiaz/o; two Bradlord Hampton Hospital following a long
Five years have !slipped away, years! ago Irom New Brighton, Green Cove Springs; step-daughter, member of Allapata Methodist sons, Vincent of Starke and
And yet il seems like yesterday. Pa. He was! a retired railroad clerk Donna Belinda Strickland of London Church in Miami. Dominick of Melbourne; five lUness. Cleveland
:Memories and Tears... with Pennsylvania Railroad, Ky.; three sons, Claude L. Survivors include daughter, Ms. daughters, Mary Anne Porchiazzoand Born,Mar.N.C., 25 Mr., 1887 V/atterson in has liv-
Go on just like the years. Veteran of WW II in the U.S. Air Milliard, Jr. and Glenn Hilliard of Dorothy Mixon of Tallahassee and Rose Mary Scheyder both of County
;.No; one knows my grief and sorrow, Force, and a Protestant. Keystone Heights, and Michael several nieces and nephews. Startle, Frances Ebner of ed in Hampton since 1912. He was and a
and a
And I will leel the same way tomor- Survivors include his wife, Nell M. Hilliard of Seern, Md; two step-sons, Graveside services were held Bricktown, N.J., Vicki Azaceta of retired carpenter of painter Baptist
IOW Gordon; daughter, Connie Hails of Steven E. Strickland of Jacksonville Saturday, Apr. 26 at Mt. Zion Bayville, N.J., and Joan Delboui of member Hampton
I love you as mu-h now as when I United, Pa.; two step-sons Eugeneand N.C., and Kenneth 0. Cemetery with Rev. Donald Dalton Hollywood, Fla.; two sisters, Millie Church. include his wife NannieF.
last kissed you goodbye. Wilbert Hall ol New Brighton, Strickland of Sarasota ; two olliciatmg Archer Funeral Home of Kraucheck of Jackson, N.J. and .Survivors brother DeWitt M
So rest my beautiful one, Pa.; and 9 grandchildren.Private brothers, Luther C. and Jason C. Lake Butler was in charge of arrangements Ruth Collins of New Jersey; twelve Watterson;
of Charlotte, N.C. two
Under the moon, stars, and sun. funeral services were held Milliard of Lawtey; six sisters, grandchildren and three great Watterson ;
Carter of ,
Debbie, 1 love you, Tuesday, Apr 29 with Rev. Walter Juanita Keene and Inez Dyal of Mac- grandchildren. sisters, Maggie ,
: Mrs. Marion Porchiazzo N.C. and Leola Sculthrop of Norfolk
Momma Monti officiating. Interment was in clenny, Geneva Gaskins of Lawtey, Rosary was recited Sunday, Apr.
Sylvania Hills Memorial Park in lena Rosier of Live Oak, Delphna Mrs. Marion Bertha Porchiazzo, 27 in the Archie Tanner Chapel. Va.Funeral
Raymond C. Fair New Brighton, Pa., under the direc- Gibson of Lakeland and Margie Molt 62, of Starke, died Thursday, Apr. 24 Funeral services were conducted services will be held Friday -
Mr. Raymond C. Fair, 58, of tion of Jones Funeral Home of of Kettle, Ky.; and six grand- at Shands Teaching Hospital afteran Monday, Apr. 28 at St. Edwards May Church 2, at with 2 p.m.Rev.in Paul Hampton Estes
Keystone Heights. children. extended illness. Catholic Church with Father Tom Baptist
I..i\\tfy Sunday, Apr. 27 at
Alachua tl'nl'ralilospital; following Funeral services were held Tues- Born and raised in Carbon, Pa., Gordon officiating, Burial was in and J.D. Bowen officiating. Inter-
in extended illness Claude I,. Milliard, Sr. day, Apr 29 in DeWitt C. Jones Mrs Porchiazzo moved to Starke Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie ment will be in Santa Fe Cemetery Funeral
the direction of Jones
Mr. Claude Louis Hilliard, Sr., 54, Chapel in Starke with Rev Louis about 15 years ago. She was a Tanner Funeral Home in charge of Home ol Starke
Born and raised in Camden, N.J.. of Lake City, died Saturday, Apr. 26 Berry olticiating.. Interment was in member of the St. Edwards Catholic arrangements.
lie was employed the bus Lake Shore Lake Crosby Lake Cemetery\ under the ,
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'Ilium's Gas Station until ill health Hilliard moved to Lake City six Start summer with th&took that's going places,
forced his retirement. He was a years ago from Hawthorne. He was Mrs. Uhona MixonMrs.
:\ll'thmllol.SUI''I'UI'S. 'i Disabled Army Veteran of the Rhona McDonald Mixon, 91, BEAUTY ON :THE GOA f
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include his wile, Mrs.
Rosa B. Fair, son Sonny Jackson $20 value, this colorful summer beauty kit I Is yours .

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and (two grandchildren BEAUTY ON THE GO includes Limn one per customer r: .t i
!Funeral services were held summer'right lip color. /j' : shadow foundation r / ., .
Wednesday., Apr. 30 at the Archie .
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:Masseolliciaimg. Cremation will >>i &", 'V "" /'" ...; n ; 4:: '" .
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Expected For

Strawberry GolfA BHS Golfers Place, Eighth: in District

field of 120 goiters is expected on Bradford High golfers placed at the district championship'-" Tom the team, which will belong to the
the Starke dolt and Country Club eighth among 13 teams in the Watson is the only senior. club and will be used by the team .
course this! weekend for the 20th amnual District 4, Class 3A tournament at Members of the Starke Golf and during golf season Coach Sexton
Tournament.Strawberry Invitational Golf Palm Harbor Golf at Palm Coast.It Country Club bought golf bags for said

Skip Murray ol Jacksonville, the was a tough, tight course, says L ... ..
Coach Mike Sexton. BHS doesn't
defending champion, has entered.Some
ever play a course like that. It was a
other contenders include:
beautiful well kept course, but BHS
Kichard dames, local goiter who is alive
just was not used to it and the tight .. Eddie Starlingis
I time winner ol the Slake Coun
course took its toll, says Coach Sexton -
liv golf championship .
Bishop, another local goiter who has readyto
BHS shot a 366 team score over the
ln-c-n the Strawberry Invitationalchampion 18 holes Hal Wood shot 88, Bo
three times, the last in SAVE YOU MONEY
Bishop 90,Todd Gillcnwaters 93,andO
WHO and also has won the cluh
( d Douglas 95.Middleburg :
Jim Car Truck
championship live or six times on a or
Arnold ol Green Cove Springs. who 'if High won the tourna- -.i
ment. MH practices at The Ravines, J OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET
the invitational championshipin
won 1 '5, I' the same type course the tourna ;... ."ji
1981. .. v ment was played on. A tight golf ( '* New or Used
Wayne Si I lord nephew ol prolessional x 'J4 ':\ yj .E:;$
wasn't Mid-
course to
anything new ., #ef
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on the Seniors'rour, is entciedTee dleburg High, says Coach Sexton. 1" "a"'o ei GrsrfaWr!
oil is at 8 a.m Saturday lor Sexton hoped BHS would finish in Call Eddie Today!
f the top five,but the team didn't quite
the :16-hole burnunenl. A supper lot
make it.
the goiters and wives is set al' 7 p m i
S.ilurd.iv \ But the team had an excellent LAKE CHEVROLETOLDSU.S.
season finishing 13-2 with a young
team. Coach Sexton is looking for-
Starke Man ArrestedFor :J ward to a strong team next spring 301 North Starke 964.1500HIDEAWAY
Boat Theft and thinks they can make a good run

Damon Whit taker was arrested .
April .10: on charges ol grand (heft, n
according to Investigator John

'TillevVMuttakei Top Cookies...
with :
charged taking! BOBBY'S :
boat, motor and 'leader from .liimoi 'ri'iiiy) dl I led Bradford Union Neighborhood, they had the top
Keystone Heights last Friday l h\o cookie Mlieis.MI.IIIII.I \ f)
'The investigation is continuing but Wiggins of(Lake Butler and Kristen Sapp of Slarke helped their .
the property! has been recovered, I"loop and. (heir council by selling a total of 1.I5K boxes of cookies during -
aid Tille '. The boat and trailer the dii
> I Scout cookie sale List month.
were found in Alaihua Count and Sharma sold <.:: boars and Kristen sold 50.1: boxes. : We Feature A Large Dance Floor :
the motor was in Wlutlakl'I"s'vduI'll' hanks, l<> all the scouts for their hard work to the leaders and cookie ,
t'I.lli"III'n loi their patieiife and lime and to each buyer for their support,
VVIutUikfi" will be released to Clay 111 and Girl I Sionls appreciate it. : A Good Band and Good Drinks! :
(ounl.v authorities to lace charges
(there for the Ihelt ....


ObituariesMrs : Live Entertainment Every Night :

in St. Augustine with Dr Bobby J. rangements were handled by Jones
: Perla YeUington Mnselwhitp officiating ArFuneral Home of Starke. :
Mrs\ Perla Grace Yelvington 86, 2 Bands on Friday & Saturday High :
ol Starke, died I eso awaaae
Thursday. Apr. 24 in
Bradford HospItal. 'TH iiFS'EWFU'iiNiT iiE OUTLET I 0

Born Apr. 15, 1900 in Daisy Ga, I
Mrs\ Yelvington moved to Starke 11 j IN TOWN

years homemaker ago from and Hastings a Baptist.She was a I Located at ;?0-: ? 1: I IOLIN'S "Country Cut" a

Survivors include nine nieces, .
Mildred Weisgerber of Keystone I and"Second
Charlene Craig and Eva Jean I
Chastine both of St. Augustine -' .
Louise Terry, Ann Tidwell, Barbara HOME CENTER .' ::. ., : I
Puckett Dorothy Slater. Elizabeth Frett"A
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held Graveside Apr 28 at funeral Evergreen services Cemeterv were I "THIS 964.5606 IS NOT 'TRAILER'for more FURNITURE"Call information! .TF. I. OPEN: Monday thru Saturday 4 pm til 2 am :

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I Saturday, May 3, 1986

Chicken Dinners will be served from 11:30: to 2:00: p.m.Boxes .

Available Parade begins at 11:00: am Downtown and ends at the Florida National Bank Parking Lot


Kentucky Fried Chicken Brown Refrigeration GRAHAM
On I behalf of I ho Starke Shrine Club, I would like to Bradford Rentals Kopelousos KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

thank the following\ contributors for their. donations Powells Dairy Freeze Van Upholstery James ft Joan Watson Marshall Donaldson

and support. Your generosity what makes this fundJulia'. Florist Pete G. Felos, M.D. Doug Watson Joe 6. BreloeRay's
Clay Watson
raising event for crippled: and I burned children. a SIIWinkl.r'1 Electrio Starke Chamber of Commerce Bb ft Annie Dodd Electrio
Dewitt C. Jones
A Personal Friend Fla. National Bank of StarkeD.M. II
('('SS Again, Thank You from the Starke Shrine Club LI 0' Midi Stilwell Funeral Home
Hale, Insurance
Auto Insuranc. World
and I crippled. I I and burned children in t this area.Klmer Hazel Nolon J.ff. Jan MoRes
Sleepy Hollow Motel Judge Elzie I Sandi Sanders
DeRitch Green Family Mike Redfearn Contractor
China Restaurant Terrance M. Brown, PA
(Buddy) Lewis, President 301 Liquors Bradford Furniture Bobby H. Glean
Stark Shrine Club Dr. O.L. HaynosCscolia Al Young Vacuum Pat Gambill
Terwillegar Culligan Water Softnerft Keiths Beauty Shop Richard Roberts Ins., lao.
Novis S. Ward Conditioner Fa,.'. \III Beauty Shop Vernon Buff's Used Cars

STARKE Jerome Johns Dan ft Cleo Harley ERA Tiffin ft Owens, Ino. Millers Supermarket
Red C Irma Buford T.H. SladeCommunity Denmark Furniture Farmers Mutural Exchange KISSIMMEE Leonardo Outboard Shop
Starke Motor Parts State Bank Smith Bros. Body Shop Alligator Creek Ranch Buddy a Nell Garner John D. Brown Home Center
Draw Tile Goobers Shop Guy Andrews Putman Medical Supply Manning Lawnmowers
Jimmy Alvarez Maxie I.Kitty Carter Terwillegar Motors New Method Cleaners CONYERS, GA. Mooneyham Heat C Air

Property Appraiser C.R. Smith, Jr. PA Teal Tile ft Carpet Mike Cocney Bill ft Betty Matthews Tommy Tomlinson
George ft Gladys Pierce Rosha Beauty Shop Monk C Thelma Dinkins Lee I Vickie Sparks Russell P. ft Bernice Lea
Besssnt ft Moody A Friend Register Oil Co. Sea Glen Fiberglass KINGSLEV LAKE Jack Southland Roofing
Neva Flynn, Crown Central Lumber Co. Carol. Smith Starke Rotary Club Jim Young Aviation
Supervisor of} Elections Griffis Construction Co. Durban Memorials Claude ft Dolores Morgan Danny Craig Richard ft Judy Cunningham
George Roberta Insurance Malcolm R. SandersSteve Torode Oil Co. Denmark a Marchese Strickland Landing Steve Broadway ft Waters
A Friend ft Sylvia Kroll Bill DoddAutomotive G. Gray Flynn, D.M.D. New Kingsley Beach Tree Surgeon
Thomas Realty Waynes Body Shop Parts Center Bill I Andrea Abrams W.T. Happy ft Janie Cooley Mrs. Inez Green
Bryan Padgett Judy, Richard ft Maria Cunningham
Magic NeedleThompsons Norton Telecom Phillip Leonard Dr. Peter Glance
John C. Greene
Auto Sales A Friend Jack Seeley F.L. Fruits Lloyd A. Green
W.C. ft Townsend
Flowers Bakeries Co. Charles a Juno Thornton Acme Hardware Crosley Mfg. Co Gladys Michael DiFilippo

Davis, Monk, Farnsworth Mao's Paint ft Body Shop Koch's Drug Store Buddy ft Tiny ORANGE PARK
iBuddy Company Ross Paint Center Thornton Salvage Karen, Jennifer ft Matt LAWTEVLawtoy
ft Margaret Lewis Carl E. Clark Johnson Feed Store a Heaths Automotive La Pasta Fresca Ristorante Farm Equipment

Bobby ft Gertie MeRae Jimmy Epps Farm Supply Souvenlor Land
WPXE Radio Station Kevin's Paint ft Body Shop City Fish ft Meat Market LAKE BUTLER LAKE CITYBielling's Waters Grocery

Mao C Carrol Baldwin I Iren'sBeauty Shop Old Glory Feed ft Supply Frank's Barber Shop Tires, Ino. Crawford Bros. Construction
Epps MotorsWhispering Jim Duncan Archie Tanner Funeral Home Texgas Corp Bradford Lime Rook
Pines Motel A Personal Friend Patrick Welch ft Atsoo. Barbara R. Montpetit HAMPTON Fugatt's Garage
Five Winds Lodge Martha C David Smith. Edward's Grocery Loca J. Roberts Bob Smith Mr. C Mrs. M.D. Crapes
Leila' Drsss ft Gift Shop Employees of! Community Bank Betty ft Elbert Nettles Harriet Guyott Griffin Industries Mr. ft Mrs. Tommy K. Linzy
Bradford Liquors Mr. ft Mrs. Jimmy Crosby Textile Town Josephine Addison, Tax Collector Fayne ft Bernice Bateman Mr. I Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Jr.
Donna Reddish Todd a Lee Manning Chris Roberts Griffis a Sons Fiberglass Wayne Sapp Jo Ann ft Rhonell Estes Lawtey Shell

". Williams Jewlery ..,-r. Dr Owen Hoover" tavern Outlaw Realtors k' Sarah'?Hair Styling The Allen/ Arehey Family Betty Moody
Bill's C.B. Radio Hank ft Charlotte Green Julian a Nita McRae Woody Woodham Stephen Smith Tatum Bros. Lumber Co.
Wilson's Florist Tom ft Barbara Casey Doug ft Ellen Raley Judge I Mrs. David L. Reiman Vernon ft Linda Parmenter Lee 2 Blanche Taylor
Tackle Box Tim Wadford Jones Craft Shop Mary Herring Lotts Grocery Oral's Garage
Hurst's Exxon Stricklands Sewing Edward a James Christmas Biellings Tire Inc. E.W. I Lucy Hodges J.D. Eunice Tractor Service
A Friend Machine Repair Mr. C Mn. George Copeland Andrews Drugs Mr. I Mrs. W.D. Carter! Emory ft Bernice Dunoan
Bradford Motel Tiger, Sonny a T.T. Western Steer of Stark. A Friend U.S. Solar Corp. Ben's Refrigeration
Ricks Salvage Herbert ft Hazel Green Lady Bug Florist Steve Hutcheson Su-EI'i Retirement Home James ft Boa Creamer
Sunshine Electric Mr. ft Mrs. Neil L. Tucker Sears Starke Farmers ft Dealers Bank Tompkin Liquors Lounge
Chief Jimmy Bowen The Sharon Aaron Family Dimples Style Shop Petit Used Cars GAINESVILLE Janet M. Starling Realtor

Pinehurst GroceryDewitt Members of Bradford Lodge 35 Gene Shaw, Attorney at Law Ellington Construction Lloyd I Bobby Wike Trail Motel Restaurant
C. Jones Arthur ft Martha Brock Sid I June Shuford John L. Shadd, Enterprises Bill a Cris Bsssent Garrard Mold Co.
Funeral Home Advanced Electronics Inez Kapellon Douglas Equipment Dwight Grocery Flower Gift Shop

Rocky ft Amanda Hudson Charles Schaefer Lake Chevrolet ft Oldsmobile Katherine's Beauty Shop Hills Van Ser. Ino.
Econo Lodge Sapp's Saw Mill Bradford Co. Title Abstract Floral Designs American Appliance Parts BALDWIN
Lil Skeeters Barbara* Beauty Shop All Marge Carlisle Parrish's Food Store David George I Karen Anderson D.J. Joseph Co. Car Shredders
Carlo. C Leila Johnson Bridget Branham Green's Welding Shop Mary Kay's Beauty Salon George Prlngle Baldwin Auto Supply
Allen's Office Supplies Robert S. Mullins Corbatt's Tires I Service Joe Usher Judge Chester B. Chance Baldwin Food Store
Badcock Furniture Hodges Paint ft Hardware Griffis Gas John a Vivan Whitehead Media Marketing Still B.II Enterprises
Thomas Auto Parts Ro ys Grocery Market Main Street Sleep Shop, Inc. Margie Cason, Clerk of Court Florida Food Service Merrill Corbott
A Friend Buddy ft Lorrie Dicandio Wendy's of Starke Roger's Barbeque Latimer Tire Co. Pitchers Produce
Bradford Florist saw Discount Auto Parti First Choice Pizza Now Brakes, Ino. J.D. Sanders, I Inc Larry Grocery
Suzuki of Starke JaW Muffler Shop Clark's Hallmark Shop Sheriff Jerry Whitehead Mid-State Electrical Const. Hawkins Motel
Patty Starke Video Darrell McClomhn Laura Lamb Gainesville Neon Sign Fred Bullard
Santa Fe Shooter Davis Exprsss Bill C Evelyn Cruce ft Sons Spire ISA Store Sonny's Real Pit B.B.I}. Baldwin Barber Shop
A Friend Lewis Timber Classic Cut ft Style Wilson Electric Heating University City Florist A Friend
Dr. D.W. Whiffen Jackson Building Supply Adventure Homos ft Cooling Harry a Margaret Stallings Jack's 1.10 Truck Stop
Midnight Video Olin's Home Center I i A.L. KingMike Dolores Beauty Shop Pete's Gym Tom Briddick
Love That Video Adventureland Video I Gloria King Hills Dry Cleaners Jsff Coat Signs
Richard E. Welty fr.nk.You. l, AccountingFrank Starke Cleaners darks Grocery Pete a Meldee Fancher HIGHLAND
J.E. Milligan, Accountant ft Ruby Bowen ft Tobie John ft Elaine Valdez Lake Butler Hospital ft Gainesville FloristWORTHINGTON Hazels Grocery
Walter ft Elde Lee Wilbur Waters Woodchipping James F. Putman Hand Surgery Frank Herndon
Longehamp Homes, Ino. Douglas Battery Charles I Agnes Dinkins livers'' Hardware ft Furniture SPRINGS
Mr. ft Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy Gib ft Jewel Brown Dwight ft Cloo Elder Archer Funeral Homo PROVIDENCE
H.0.H. Parts Hardware
Durranoe Pump ft Supply Co. Dr. Gruen, DentistLota's Robert Sandra Green McLood Barber Shop Thomas
Mary Florists GroceryGold
Temple Motor Court Style Shop Walter Carol Heape Adventureland Video
Tire Inc.
Mid Florida Biellings
Kist Starke Shoe Repair Mark ft Tonya Hodges Howards Auto t Parts
Mosley Tire Co. Carlton ft Eula Mae Chastaln Marvin Jackson Doyle tames Insurance Williams I LP. Gas MAXVILLE
Seays Grocery
Bargain Center Chastain Jewelry Jessie I Debbie Myers Hardins Florist
Norman's Market Slarke Power Equipment J.D. Odom Blanton Kwik Stop R.J. Saw Shop Whitley Steel
Florida Pest Control Hosier's Nursery Michael Carol Osteen Barbara's Flowers ft Gifts Skips' Petroleum Florida Crown Printing
Merritt H. Williams, Ins. Torode Shell Freeman ft Rose Register, Jr. Parrish Produce IIlta I Beauty Shop Daults Grocery Store
Dudley P. Hardy Merle Norman Cosmetics Jesse (Slim) Sanders Hair BiiHorseshoe Hatchers Auto Parts
., Best Western Motel Mary's Ice Cream Rex ft Mary Smith Lounge BROOKER Lucas Minute Market
f Law' Tavern Starka Looking Glass Gilmer ft Corrine Watford Flowers by Richard McKenzie Tank Lines Ceramics by Bob
J Noegel's Auto Sales Starke Pawn Shop Gerald ft Sue Williams Hillandalo Farms Green's Grocery George ft Rosemary Griffis
' W.T. Jackson Ino. Mathews Realty Dr. M.H. Adams Western Auto Carroll's Grocery Henry I Oulda Winko
A. ft Dee Shaver Buddy ft Norma Parrish
Sun Ice Co. Andrews Drugs E.D. Allen Welch Gulf Jimmy
I Bowsns' Pest Control Cedar River Seafood' Marvin ft Judy Brown I Triplets Sally's This ft That Florida Hydrocarbons Co. Harris Grocery

: Owen JoistTimborjaok Biggs Body Shop Tommy ft Evelyn Chastaln Halo, Graham ft Schuh, Ino. RAIFORD Overpass Liquors ft Lounge
: ) Ino. Western Auto Lester Crews Junction Bar
Ivey's Equipment C J.'s Cuttin' Loose '.J..a Sports Center Lynette Hardin Dobbs Service Station WALDO
t BAN Starter ft Generator Co. Jordan Insurance Agency Hayes Electrio ft Air Cond. Union County Times Poor Boys Grocery Acme Hardware
. Little Peoples Starke Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge! Jo-Lu Motel Farm World Basslnger Orange Shop
,,. Marie Green Ron Denmark Insurance Santa Fe Initiation Ino. MIDOLEBURQ Be Shea Farms
Grthound Lines Starko Auto Center Lester J. Kite, Jr. L.H. EnterpriseBob t JACKSONVILLESpencer 301 Auto Parts
Sawyer Gri ft Appliance Stump's Dept. Store Gilbert 8. Nelson ft Lee Martin ft Son ft Helen Crews Oasis Tavern
Florida Federal Alligator Creek Ranch C.H. Brlnson George I Ooeil Turner Powell Automotive

Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish Ace Hardware Girls Surplus Prop. ) Buck Carter
Bradford's Family Restaurant, Mitchells Drug Store Bill I Iris Causey Jack Becker Distributors, Ine.
Fried Chicken Factory Dr. ft Mrs. Leonard Schlofman Gordon Heat ft Air Lewis Barnett

t Pep-o Gas Station I Food Store Rudy's Automotive Agricultural Center Bill I Dot Behlmer
Y Charley: l E. Johns Ins. Agency Pizza Hut Bradford Lodge 31a
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I News Briefs 00 l.\. -

Emergency Vehicle Brow IIIlIg was released alter! a$3,000 Woman Reports Rape Ernest Lee Brooks, 53, was arrested
cash bond was posted. Ap..il23 for DWLS, according To remove chewing gum from clothes, press Ice cubes against the gum
Involved in AccidentA By AcquaintanceA to Patrolman Darrell Williams. until It become brittle and break. off. Then use a spot remover to vanish

I'utmun County emergency Dune Buggy Accident Union County woman was raped Brooks was released after a $210 the last traces.Looking. '
alter she lest a Gainesville bottle cash bond was posted,
vehicle, transporting! a patient was! Gels Driver: Arrested
involved in an accident in Lake club with a man who said he would
Geneva Monday evening. Clarence Itiilicrl( Inivlcy, 25, of lake her home, according to Alachua William Gene Khoden was arrested For Your
According lo THHIIHT K. W. Murray Slit ike was charged: with driving County Sherill's Oil ire. \ April 23 for DWLS (failure toiippcnr
tlici'twere under the inlluenee in an accident The 21-year-old woman told ), according to Investigator
no !serious! injuries: III
the accident but three people werel.ikcn April I 25: on SK-KHl, according to deputies she went to a bottle club in I David Aderholt. Khoden was released
Prom Formal? '
( to area hospitals.! 1'alrolman; W. C. Keno. Gainesville; with a man who lives in alter iou.7S was paid.
The Rescue unit driven by James (;I'iI\II'v, on II i VW dune buggy, Union County. While in the club, the
; the lit al Laws Douglas Ilinson Hardy 33, ofHampton 0 '
drove ,
John I'iisswiiter, :1)2, ol Keystone Irom parking 1II Heights I wesllxiund on SK-KH( Tavern and into the path ol an eastbound : to a motel with him but she relus was arrested April 30 for A
will! whileIriinsiNirimg xchicic driven by lights: on
cnigcrcney a sick A 1971) Clark ol Slarke. said Keno, causing I llai'Ian Jennings according" lo Patrolman Hinds. BondI'll Clyatt'sFormals r
person. dune The set at $:G2.5I( he was released
I'lynioulh, driven by John W. the vehicle strike the luiggy. man "reportedly told I the
Kowland, :30( 01 Keystone Heights (>ravlewas taken by Rescue to woman he would laid someone else on his own "recogni/.ance. I
exiled a dirt 1 road into the path ol the linidlord Hospital' wherehe was1'1'11..1 lo have sex wilh noel I lion said he
Keseue and Keseueruck \ and released, according, to wanted lo drive her home. Win lc Jimmy Carroll Lee, 31, Route 1,
( struck: the I'IymnulIi! in I ho lelt!I I'u'auuediS Hurl Tra\lor. and. Jerrcll driving' north. Hie man slopped his Starke was arrested April 30() for '
I DUI, no tag and NVI.lJccOl'hng) Io Formals Start At $45
side, said Murray.: Johnson cur in a wooded "urea near )LaCrosse
Kouland 1 was I transported. lo Itrml-. lli was released Nunn'' custody (il and\ raped her. Jennings said. Ti( ooper M. K. Kichardson. Lee's
lord Hospital, paramedic. Kill Dixnn, the t-i-oiinu jail alter a $:Ui2.fIU() surelybond The \investigation\ is continuing !lildiid l alcohol content was 22 percent Sizes 3.20 ,
IK- released after $771
:!(l, ol Inlcrl.ichcn was' taken to Pul- I11011 was posted
Miiciy hiiiid was posted.\
Bradford Arrests
nani Community Hospital I and 7522598EVENINGS
Louise Miillox, rig( !), ot I'alalka was For Traffic ViolationsThe
taken l lo Lake ("ltV. Starke :Alan Sought
Damage lo the IK1!) ('hv rolel am- Located At Home following arrests were male BY
Imlancc vsas $2,000 in the ttir:( : p in.accident. for \trallic violations in HradlordCounty. I APPOINTMENT
Diinigc: lo I the )I'I mUlith A Slarke inin\ eluded. localaiillionhcs National Nurses Day 1 MILE WEST OF PROVIDENCE
was $HlNI.( all lav and most ol the May c;
lIIj.hlllhl: l-'nd.iv' i i'lil was IlIwll apprclicmlcd. Albert Carl Jenkins, 28, was arrested ONSR238
I.awtey Man! Arrested: on a capias charging viola)ion
\\illie ('l.ircnec ltikertai.; ( was arrested probation (driving wink intoxicated
For Sexual BatteryA April 25 Oil a ciipias' charging charge. ) ((DW1), according toDeputy
tii: year-old I Lawtey man 01100 ar- failure lo appear on charges ol )Eugene Lee. Jenkins who is I I
resled April. 26 on charges sexual: possession and 1 1 substance, according lound in violation of his probation
battery( upon a child II ears old and < to Deputy
low d assault a child under 14 Saninn Eunice.: Bond was set at and ordered lo remain under Salvation
>ears\ ol age according: to In- $200'- Army supervision for one year Ford Motor Co. & Terwillegar Motors)
vigatorJohn'I'iIIey. There( was no )bond lor an order ol
Paul )David Fisher was charged arrest also issued' 1 on Kakcr. (taker Steve Joseph Norman, 28, ol
lollowing an investigation which in- was ordered. "serve\ live months 2ilda.s Alachua was arrested\ April 27 for
Your # 1 Ford Dealer
\111\ ('d one victim during the past in (lie count\ ) laid or pay $;11111.) driving under Ihe inlluenee (DUI).
>ear, said Tilley. Milker reinmis in cuslodv.Divorces expired tag and driving while
Bond was set) al $:: ,00l on each license suspended (DWLS), according -
count.) Io'Ioh'I'I''mIlIl1S in the custody to Patrolman. K. R. Hinds, Jr Present Rates.
Super Financing
of the county jail.Additional. Granted; Bond was set al $876. Norman was ...
released on his own "recognizance
In Bradford County

The follow ing marriages were Wesley Lee Reed 47, of Minnesotawas
Cha.'gt.sPlaccd dissolved m Hradlord (.'nunly duringthe arrested April 26 for DUI and no .
: On Nettles month ol April. valid driver's license, according to
Patrolman l Hinds. Reed was released -
Additional charges. ol sexual: bat Keith A Ihlla..d. & Linda F. alter a $467.50 surety bond was u.
levy and lewd assault were tiled
Ihllard.Vincent, posted.
against James Leon Nettles\ RANGERto
according :
K. Culverson&Thresea C.
Investigator David Aderholl. Cuherson. Daniel Burk Dulfy, 19, was arrested -
Nettles, 37, ot Sampson Lake was Jackie J K. Hall & Lavon K. skill.Ilerherl April 27 for DUI!, according to
arrested" \ 29 and with
April charged
l HCITCS & Maria I Herres. Patrolman Hinds. He was released
sexual battery upon a child less than Edwin: William Lee & Cheryl Ann after a $362.50 surety bond wasposted
12 years, lewd lascivious assault Lee. 12.36 months
child under 16 and
upon a years Kov W. Lloyd & Irene C. Lloyd\
engaging in sexual activity; with a Hoberl Lee !Hanks & Kulh E. Lloyd Steve Lane, 22, was arrested
child. Bond on each charge is set at Hanks.Villi.ini. April 27 for DUI, DWLS and careless 7.9% 10.9 %

8000. \ V. Kort.th; & Billie Jo driving. according to Patrolman
Charges stemming\ from an investigation Korsyth.Do.le, William Russell Lane was released """""" 37-48 months 60 months
involving another chIldWl'J'l' after a $992 bond was posted.
E. Clot cr & Shirley A. surety
also placed against Nl'ltll's.Cha..gl's .
ot lewd lascivious assault L. Forsjth; & Judy M.Forslh. Ellis L. Rehberg, 20, was arrested
upon a child and engaging in sexual April 25 for DWLS, according to
activity with a child were tiled with Kenneth Ed\l' bond set at $5,000. Nettles was Patricia Ann Booten. after a $210 surety bond was posted. Bronco IIF150F250 1..9 %
released on his own recognizance on Natalie Brosky & Henry F. 8.9 % 10.9 %
these charges on the condition he
Bro! k\. David Randall Dukes, 25, of Lake
stay away from the victim and con Layton B. Koush & Georgia M. Butler was arrested April 29 for 12.36 Months 60 months 37-48 months I
tinue with the Bradtord-Umon
Koush. DWI, refusing to lake breathalyzer
Guidance Clinic However Nettles Dennis N. Crawford & Pamela and failure to sign summons, according
remains in the custody of the
county Ann Crawford. to Patrolman Marc Devereaux
jail.Nettles Waller Garner. & Rhonda L. Bond was set at $750, he was released
was first arrested March 4 Garner. on his own recognizance
on sexual battery charges. Further
investigation lead to the additional ,
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charges being tiled, said Aderholt. ESCORT r
.n'h.6.9 %

12.36 i
Recent ArrestsIn

Bradford CountyThe 9.9% I 10.9%

following individuals were arrested .
in Bradford County by local P
authorities. 37.48 months 49.60 months :ae1

Samuel Lee Williams, 32,of Starkewas -
arrested April 28 on a capias -
charging worthless check, according -
to Deputy Sammy Eunice.
Williams was released after $110 Model of the Week
Savings On.
cash was paid.Deborah BARBARA GUERRY Super .

Sue Morgan, 28, was arrested -
April 23 for forgery on a R VJ1] Economical Transportation
capias from the Orange Park Police

Dept., according to InvestigatorJohn ( MT s,;1 .) f r.
Tilley. Morgan was released to
Clay County authorities ) '.
1974 Cadillac 1982 Ford Escort

Emmett Broward Akridge, 38, of $695 $2995

Starke was arrested April 24 on an 4 Door . . . . . Wagon"GLn . . . .

order vestigator of arrest David, Aderholt.according Akridge to In- 1914 Datsun $195 19i12' F1 Std Escort

paid $631 to purge and was released. $ 2995

; 260Z . . . . . ,Wagon "GL" . . . . .
Randall Clandell Reames, 22, was <4".
arrested April 27 for disorderly intoxication Ij. 1979 Crown Victoria .., .1983 Ford Escort
according to Patrolman $
W. C. Reno. Bond was set at $100.75, 995 / 3995
Reames was released on his own t E : 1 .i j . . . . . . . . . :. . . . .

recognizance. i Y' I' ; 1979 Mercury! ,1984tEord Escort

Charles Jackson, 26, was arrested r. '

on a capias charging forgery, uttering t z W Wh MarquIs 4 Door, L, AlCjST8AM/FM/ . $4395
forgery (failure to appear), according $1295
to Lt. Glen Moore. Bond was 4 Door (loaded) . . . 1985 Ford Escort
set at $7,000, Jackson remains in ;
custody. 1980 Datsun $5995
i V AutoAC! . . . . .
Arnulft C. Gonzaleaz, 36, was arrested .: ',, \ King Cab
April 25 for disorderly intoxication \ 4\". 1985 Ford Mustang

according to Patrolman ..WYd ,f .? r ((4x4)) Pickup . . . . $2495 $5 9 95
Reno. Gonzaleaz pled guilty at his \ ,: ;. :) 3 Door, A u t 0., IC 7 I_, Ale . .
first and ordered to
appearance was ,
1,' "" 1980 Honda Accord
pay $105.75 and was released. 1986 Escort
t : ,j.Ii -, $ 1 995
Wendall)) Howard Durrance, 22, ,:,. tz." 4 Door . . . . .'. 56795
was arrested April 25 for cheating t' t.r '! Auto Trans, STI, AIC! AM/FM/ ((5)) .
accodmg to Deputy Sammy Eunice. ar I IV'' 'j' $ 1980 Honda CR900
Durrance was released after a $500 (1

surety bond was posted. t iMilI Motorcycle .; . . . . 995 We Install Sound Systems

Michael Anthony Chandler, 25, 1981 BUick Skylark
was arrested on an order of arrest, and have Wheels and Tires
according to Investigator Don Denton ,. $2495
Chandler paid $1,200 cash and : 4 Door, Auto, AC! . . . .
was released. I to Dress Up Your Autos

1 w4' Mercury Coug'! '
Jo Alice Goodman, 26, was ar 4D9oo8r 2995Terwiltegar
rested April 25 for disorderly con- 1. C . . . .
duct, assault and criminal mischief,
according to Patrolman JOhn ,
Hodges and D. Williams. Total bond Barbara i is wearing a career oriented ensemble for a total look

was set at $415.75. Goodman was f to corn you through a business day successfully All 3 pieces by
released on her own recognizance. "Nate.hoy Trace I MotorH.

Marvin Wendall Ford, 41, of Live Jacket 39.99 Sweater 19,99 Skirt 19.99 I Ir
Oak was arrested April 28 for worthless -
check, according to Deputy r_ PAYING HIGH PRICES!
S.m1l11Eunice.. Ford was released I 100 & US 301 Starka 964-7200

after he paid. OPEN 101m. 8 pm_ 482 N.TampU In Keystone 473-FORD Gainesville 377-1036
MondaySaturdayPhone Across from High School

Irving Gar) Browning, 22, was i pr- 984-5772 VISA, MC Layaway
rested on a ccapias charging spouse
battery, according to Lt. !Moore.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and
US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee, 19.6 cu. ft., $300. Phone 964-8174 after
milted to the Bradford Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. .
County N.C. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing 6 p.m. weekdays, anytime weekends Loyfayett 'REALTYfHONE
office In St. 964-5065 7/4 tfn
Telegraph writing and paid {In
rafting hiking Blue Ridge Parkway 4/24 :2tpd 5/1 I
credit is already mining. New 2 BR cabins furnished. POP-UP CAMPER: Bethany, sleeps six .
established with this office. Sunset Farm Rd Cabins Rt. 1, Box stove, ref., used only 8 times Excellent needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. c-- ....
THE TELEGRAPH Call 9646220. 12/5TF I
216C. Whittier, N.C. 28789. condition. 964.6093 days or 964-8285 964-7776 rn
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN after 5 4/24 2tpd 5/1 SALES POSITION Must have sole experience -
I-704-497.2200, Ralph Hegrdman. p.m.
THE TELEPHONE. 4/1 OTF Aristocrat, fully self- Homes. IFHAIRSTYLIST 303 :Temple, Stark
ond contained runs good. 2200. Newcarpet
FURNISHED weekly monthly rates.
Classified deadline I Is TUESDAY, : Florida Licensed. Must CECELIA TUWMLLEGAR
and curtains 964.6034.Itpd 5/1
of rentals free
i have Good benefits.
NOON to Busy
prior Thursday following.
lawn core Jo-Lu Motel ft MH Park. 10.50x15 SUMMIT WIDE CLIMBERS four.
Minimum charge is 15 words for$2.75. shop. Hairplanes, 964.4645.2/20 TF
964-8810. 4/17TF Call 473-7726 after 6 p.m. Itpd 5/1
then 10 cents for each word thereafter GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 to .'r; Special
delivered and
FOUR BEDROOM: 2 bath house In country yds. spread
call daytime, 377-8500, ext. 2679 or $20. Phone Stephen Smith Lumber $59,230/yr. Now hiring.for HALL IAKI. FAMILY SUMMER HOME; with 2 BR guest
805-687-6000, ext. R-5504 current
FOR RENT 964.8725 ev... 5/1TF 468-2624.5/1 2tchg 5/8 federal list. 5/1 8tpd-6V19 hour; ,;. dock and covered dock patio. Clear water for swimanctfUhirie -

COUNTRY HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR. din. PULLETS FOR SALE: Black Sexlink. EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home .. __ mlrig) : .}, 9tdget priced at 40000. Owner finance
782-3376 after 6 5/1 Itpd Itchg 5/8
kitchen large living room. p.m.
Ing room -
Info" calt1.504.641.8003
Newly remodeled, large lot w/pecan LAUNDRY CENTER: Frigidaire washer ,. .
Mobile Homes and for rent. Ext. 9579. 3/27 4tfxl -
Recreational vehicles spaces welcome. Phone trees 1 child max. 21st Ave. & Meng and dryer. $275. 9645499. Itpd 5/1 5/8. .'SMA1MWO CONTfAgPOBARYl Architect Tom Tonnier designed

9647498.916 tfn Dairy Rd. $250/mo plus deposit 19BO SHASTA CAMPER: Pop-up folds out EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest, thl,'h.ndsemeePyc; : dar at the Country Club. Approx.
9646714.51 5/8 to 21 ft. Sleeps 6, stove sink ice box,
EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart- lOW RENT efficiency 2tchg room., utllltl. closet AC/DC converter, roll-up own- clean cut A MUSTI! References required 3120 sq.. ft.,. 3 BrVt%,( "ia, >let 125x180 Pella windows 30x32
first Apply
ments. Electricity Included. low weekly possible $25,000 year.
monthly rates. Palms Apartments paid. Very private, clean .quiet. Ing outside stove hookup. Exc. cond. D & S Motors 207 N. Temple. No garage 7 yrB. old, beautifully Insulated, fireplace.
2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn 9645687. 2tpd 5/8 2200. Phone 964-5691 after 4 p.m phone colls. 4/3TF e31. ST. ClAIR: $36.000. Meet 3BR IBa, city water & sewage

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 THREE. BEDROOM $200 apartments month.availablenow. Pin. Itpd 51HEAVY DUTY WASHER 5 temp controls, CRUISE SHIP JOBSI! Great income poten CH/A, 5 ceiling fans rang., ref rig, drapes remain in home.
BA For information call Lake Starting at p.r tial. All For Info call ((312))
apt. more occupations
Forest Apartments. Call Mon-Frl. 9.5 8 wash cycles $75. 964-7453. Itpd 5/1 'CONVENIENT ADDRESS: 1032 E. Call'St.: Block and brick
742-3620 362.4/10 5/1
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppontunny ext. 4tpd
Housing 6/7 tfnchg p.m..964- 312. Minimum 4.ptrton. INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS LABORER WANTED for -Stark Natural..; 'vepejM ;$..BJt-11!.& bath, lot is 119,1x251.1x279.77x47.38andox-
custom made and installed. Call
NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished IBR max. of 6. Itchg 5/1 Go. Dept. Must have "llghchaar tends to Bessent Rd. Built 1980. 43000.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS and 2 BR. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla., 964 6766.
apartments with kitchens, located next education and be able to getchoulfeur's
5/ITF LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing 68000. Home on one
I $150 S $200 month. $75 security
to Tenneco station in downtown per license. Apply at City Hall
Stark.. $50-$75 per week. Call deposit. No pets 9648071. 5/1 2tchg ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. Merrill Dee. office before Friday May lot, adjoining lot goes with it. In all 130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2

964.5139 days or 964-6S66 eves. 12/5TF 5/8 No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn 9 at 5 p.m. 4/24 2tchg 5/1 Ba, carpet range ref rig. incl., all furniture purchase optional.

COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now TWO Loop.BEDROOM Also one mobile trailer home lot. on 9648816.Griffis MUSICAL$14.99 p.r INSTRUMENTS month. Call 964.6946.As low tfn as BABYSITTER in my home, mu.t have own e3 AC.--OKLAWAHA RIVER: High dry, good location. 15000.

available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft. transportation. References required off Rd. NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse
reduced 964-8105 after 6 4/24 2tpd 5/1
ceilings lights new p.m.
rates. 964-8848. 1/9TF power ROOM APT completely furnished. detachable speakers (dam box), Sears R.N. '/ time position available with born ((2 stalls), creek runs thru property, $46,000 terms.

ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 all utilities furnished $200 per like new only $85. 7823660. jm TF Gateway Alcohol/Psychiatric Treat. .WHITE BRICK & STUCCO: with 3 BR, 1 bath, CH/A. 38000.
month clean private entrance, yard. VW PARTS for sale: no motors; body
per night. From $35 per week. Discount 468-1927.964.5161. Itpd 5/1 parts, trans axle etc. Gary 964.8569. ment Center. Competitive salary and .2 ACRES 301 S: $94,444; possible to get 2 acres morel!
offered, for term. in benefits Contact Kim Williams,
longer: Apply
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St across person KITCHENETTES furnished TV, maid 3/20 TF 904-752-6706 N. Fla. Mental Health FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba: 5 A, garage & solar greenhouse, 69000.

from Post Office. TF s.rv., low weekly rotes UnderwoodMotel. FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale.. Center, Inc., Administration Office eA JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home in city, approx. 2417
301, 3'10 miles N.of Starke. 360/390 4bbl manifold; motors, C 6 &
Hwy Deadline for
Lake Fla. 32055.
LARGE 2 BR. 1 both house with CH/A. City applications sq. ft., CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001
ends etc.,
Itod 5/1 FMX transmissions rear Is 1 I. EOE. 4/24 2tchg 5/1
stove couple and or small refrigerator.family. $350 Suitable month.for NICE 3 BEDROOM unfurnlsr id house miscellaneous body parts tires & mag TRUCK DRIVERS May) Drive with Prldel Apply .MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen 2

Call 964-7826. 31 13TF carpeted ceiling fan. large kitchen, wheels. Gary 9648569. 3/20 TF In person at: POOLE TRUCK LINE. utility rooms 2 car garage fireplace CH/A on one acre.

NEWLY DECORATED: everything furnished. near everything. $300 month, security FIBERGLASS DOG BOX for fullsize fleet- 2241 Detroit Blvd. Pensacola. Fl. Must SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to of-

Will accept one child no p.'.. and last settled month negotiable.475-2946 Preferolder CHEVY side pickup.4x4 PARTS$75. 964.5812.TFc.'/ ton. anything live within 200 miles of Pensacola. fer a handsome brick and cedar home on 37 Vi acres. 4 BR, 2V4
Palms Apts.. 2313 N. Temple.4/3TF couple. Lease. > you EOE. icon 86.1080
5/1 need--Axles front or rear auto Ba plus nice barn. 133000.
LARGE 2 BR apartment first floor, no keep trying. Itpd SALES CAREER OPPORTUNITY Full-time.
pets. Call 964.8498. 4/17TF transm., transfer cases, 2 different This area. Professional demeanor U.S. 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea 2 lots 203 Christian. 1 lot Jefferson

LARGE 3 BR, 1 both block home in town FOR SALE types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts Chamber of Commerce. Send resume. HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala

J with stove, ref., AC, paddle fans, 2 FP, Call 9645812. TFce Paul LaBarr, 1810 Banyan Creek Circle, Crawford
SEVERAL ITEMS: Contemporary bedroom Beach Fla. 33436. Icon 86-106 block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR 2 Ba on 50 ac.
big family room, living
carpet room suite, solid wood king size bed and Rd. 4 chicken barns-a business. Owner finance
kitchen, $350/mo plus sec. dep. BRADFORD LIMEROCK AUTO PARTS STORE MANAGER must be plus good going
9646152.424 3tpd 5/8 SALES mattresses, 2 night tables, 2 lamps, aggressive and have auto store ex ing. Buy all or part)

TWO BEDROOM mobile home 1/ llmerockft Fill Dirt simple Kenmore dresser, frostiest make offer.freezer.Also Call perience. Apply 320 E.Call St. Itchg 5/1 NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
baths Inside city limits Call 964-6561. 20 yd. semi-loads only upright WANTED experienced painter must be
4/24 2tpd 5/1 I Phone 712-3172 5/23 tfchg 964-5818 after 5 p.m. Itpd 5/1 able to do trim work. Call 9645205. Owner financing.

THREE BEDROOM 1 Ba. home just STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at CONSOLE PIANO and bench. cherry Itpd 51HARDWARE .OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB 3 BR, I'/i Ba, ap

remodeled. New carpets. $275. ERA Doublewlde Home Center located CITY wood OF like STARKE, new.is$1000.selling 964 8 ft.6766.poles Itcha for MAN WANTED: Apply Acme prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A large garage 157x105 lot, fenced
Tiffin & Owens Inc., Realtor. 9645065. North on 301 Lowtey. Fla. (this Is not Hardware, 301 E. Call Street. Itchg 5/1
Itchg 5/1 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg $.30 per foot, U-load. Contact Purchasing . .$20,00DPLUS. . . backyard. If you /have $7,500, owner will hold 1st mtg. and you

TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath Call St. New FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for Dept., 601 N. Orange 5/1 St., (city FLOOR MAINTENANCE. Routes covers pay balance in 20 years.

carpet $250. ERA Tiffin 8 Owens, Inc., sale at Olins Home Center located on yard), 9645322. 4/24 2tchg & Stratton Gainesville, STorke & lox areas. No HOUSE TO RENT.
,I Realtor, 9645065. Itchg 5/1 Highway 100 West. This is not trailer engine- 4 speed with owners manual. experience necessary. If you give up COUNTRY LIVING: CB. 3 BR 2 Ba on .86 acre range refrig.,
and don't Ilk. hard work don'twaste
THREE BEDROOM 1 ba. home furniture 6/13 tfnchgHALF easy
: on
Phone 9644581. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. 49600.
time I If can handle
Madison St. Convenient location. $250. PRICEI! large flashing arrow signs our you
ERA Tiffin S Owens Inc., Realtor $2991 Lighted non-arrow $2791 LAND FOR SALE responsibility and are self-motivated GRAHAM: frame 2 BR 1 bath 19900.
9645065. Itchg 5/1 Nonlighted $2291 Free letters) War call Immediately. Phone and transportation BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH, CH/A 100x200 lot 20000.

BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 Ba home near Country ranty. Only few left this price. See a must Vantage Maintenance PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Tiffin, 1-(800)( 423-0163 ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. System, 8138682883.Co. located Hudson
Club. S425/month. ERA &Owens, locally. Factory:
Inc., Realtor, 9645065. Itchg 5/1 anytime, fcan 86.109 '$3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Fla.. 14619 US Hwy 19.4/27 2tchg! 14 plus Acres . . . SW75th St. . . . .$35.000

EFFICIENCY APTS: 1 mile past Highway TWO FORD VAN SEATS with adjusters| 9645606. 1/03 tfn 5/1 Near Hampton Lake

Patrol. Reduced first month's rent. ERA like new. $100. 9647498. 4/10 4tchg ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY INSURANCE SECRETARY experienced 4 Ac. off Laura Ch. Rd. . . ,Vacant Prop. . . $10,000

THIn & Owens Inc., Realtor 9645065. 5/1 ROAD: $3,000 no down payment $70 ,"d to $200. Bookkeeping background. 301 Queen . . . Building . . . $89,000
ltcbg..fi/.J ,. ...,..... ....__.___ Yil'T G5N&R"JORI-'-a .hpr. .8600m....ps_C.ii.964.5e06..JF0l ,
NICE ONE BEDROOM: 1 Ba home---on E. watts used 5 hrs. $800. 964-6482. Can LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after t f $160. INSURANCE SALESPERSONS: ordinary 2 lots W. Madison . . .Owner Financed . . $27,500

South St., CH/A, $250/month. ERA Tif be seen at Adventure Homes. 4/17 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn life, sal/com. Fee based on 4 acres Griffis Loop . . Vacant Prop. . . $16,000

fin A Owens Inc.. Realtor, 9645065. 4tchg 5/8 LOSTFOUNDLOST salary, 13 weeks to pay after place. Golfview Acres . . . .Lot 16 . . . $9,500Mimosa
ment. 218 South Walnut St., 964-7777
RENTALS Itchg 5/1 AVAILABLE: $150 per month W.W. Professional Office and Person & Bessent.. . . .3 lots. . . . ea.$6,900

FOR LEASE 5/1 lot. . . . $10,000
and ufo Call Susan F. Reddish Brok.r.I OR STOLEN 5 month old Brittany nel Services. Itchg 5 Oaks Subdiv. . .. .1

I Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF Spaniel puppy weighing 42 Ibs., white PEOPLE WITH OFFICE EXPERIENCE WHO Hwy 16W--- .-.-. . . ..Lotsl & 2. . . . $10,000

CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On OR RENT wrown spots and freckles on nose. WANT TO Fee.WORK ON TEMPORARY.BASIS' fees.. Crosby Lake . . . .Lot 22 . ... . . $17,000

964-7530 Highway or 16 4681323.W. Close 10/10 to Tfchg prison. 1984 2 BR Mobile Home Missing Oaks since area.Apr.This 9 puppy in the is Lake brother Hampton to 964.7777: No, 218 S. Walnut Employer St.,pays W.W. Pro Country Club . . . .Lot 7. . . . . $8,000

NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown Compl. Furnished pair and the remaining is moaning fessional Office and Personnel Services 301 North . . . . 10 lots . . . . $125,000

Law office on E. Call St. If you are Interested AC," Heat himself to death. REWARD. Please call 5/1 2tchg 5/8 Country Club . . . . Lot 9. . . . . $9,500
OF LAWTEY is accepting
selecting in carpet renting this etc.office, about and At Kingsley Lake collect 5/1: 468.2994 or 373.1917.4117 3tpd CITY for part-time now Asst Clerk applications Sampson Lake . . . ...2 lots . . . ea.$17,900

renovating it, call 964-6305 John $325/mo SecurityCall LOST WALKER HOUND: Lemon and bookkeeping and typing are Sampson Lake . . . . 1 lot. . . . $11,900
Miller. TF Charles Parliament whit. Call Chuck Walker, 9647389. necessary. Submit application to the Free Notary Services
City Hall in lawtey, on or before May 2.
THREE BEDROOM house South of Stark. 964-7214 Eve 4/24 2tpd 5/1 Itchg 51HOUSEKEEPER * *

CH/A, Fla. room garage on 4 acres. j'2611 to help in small business, _._. _. EVENINGS
$350 deposit, 9646727. Days: .. '- ._ ;
$350/mo. plus
FLORILAND outdoor errands; pleasant--ap
iirr DODO 964-7408 IRVING CLARK JR. '".7188
Itpd 5/1 '/1 Itchg./. some office work. 7823125.
REALTY Itchg *
MIDDLE-AGED woman live-In NOVIS WARD ,".7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408 '

964.7700 private room to do maid work. Under- RANDY CORY 475-2597

393 N. Temple Ave wood Motel, 9647184. Itpd 5/1
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. rr Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI

.,, :t rIB The Heart of America
r.-k' WEBB: reasonable prices PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTYCorner
on new and used Items. Clothes
-3 BEDROOM I bath nice home, low shoes, crafts alterations. 964.7100 or
I 964.S96Sr! rIJSREALTOR $30s. 964-5732 or 9648569. Consignments us 301 & SR 16, Starke Fl.

-1 ACRE with well; owner finance. always welcome. 3/13 TF 262ft. Frontage on 301. Ideal for Car Wash

LOTS: Graham area owner financing FREE GERMAN SHEPPARD PUPPIES to a Service Station, Restaurant.

,:1 ,IOJlIW =-- 1 acre up. .good. I* home. 7 wks. old. 7823172. Itchg Utilities A Available. Excellent Investment OpportunityFor
-5 ACRES 476' on 301 South.
,0Lo,.. n hous S! LOTS: zoned for trailers, '/, acre to MOTORCYCLES all your investment needs

a ;\,<< r I'/i acre owner financed $500
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE VOfj.! down.Commercial. 1985 SUZUKI: 125 Quadrunner. 4 Call(305)( ) 767.4035
Building-Coll for wheeler wI revers.. 4 mos. old. New
details. condition. $1000. 964-8936. 5/1 2tpd
4/l04pd VI
bloclTSootlh of S.R. 100 5/8
Located on Hwy. 301 one : _1 -' .

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*INVESTORS DUPLEX Low down payment with oWner financing. Only 25000. LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. *WATERFRONT: sand bottom
*KINGSLEY LAKE AREAl Two almost new MH units, rented CH/A owner will 1 1
to see beautiful BR 2 Ba home lake w/nice mobile home.

consider*KINGSLEY terms LAKE ARE 2 BR frame house on S lots. Only 32000. ;BraceteR formal LR,, DR, FR w/fireplace, Ready to move into. $25,500.

EXCLUSIVE COUNTRY CLUB home, fully equipped with all the extras, even a large kitchen. In city, best location. PINEBREEZE S/D: Brick 3 BR,

hot tub. Shown by appointment only. Must see to appreciate. 1 1'12 bath sole priced 29950.
*JUST OUT OF CITY LIMITS Attractive 3 BR. 1 Ba. kitchen equipped. Buyers r r LAKEWOOD! AREA: Executive

protection plan furnished 38000. home in exclusive area, Crosby EXCELLENT BUY: Large home
OFF PRATT STj nice home, with attached rental apartment to help
*JUST Plaza cleared for
South 301. e4 5370OPAL'DICKSO Lake access. Quality construc on 1.76 acres,
make payments.
*LAFAYETTE mtg. ST. BRICK VENEER 3 BR, 2 Ba on extra large lot with beautiful oak thru !* __ tion. 4 BR, 2 Ba, many garden. Separate well & septicT"
trees. Open Mon. Frl. ReSi.W-7333 amenities. tank for MH., 38000.
.:30 to 5:30
WIDE Mostly furnished on 1 acre, good area. Owner will p.m. 3 BEDROOM HOME: three-car

finance. Ba hardwood floors, CH/A'.AII this for 32000. clean 2 BR, 1 Ba,.. in quiet garage on 21) acres including 19
*SEEING IS BELIEVING Custom DW with plenty of extras with your own pool neighborhood, minutes from, acres of nearly mature pine. Only

and deck. Appraisals Residence Farm Commercial Business town. Only 24900. .$72.900.

*CATHEDRAL CEILING large rooms, 3BR. 2 Ba, CB has fireplace kitchen Your Full Service Real Estate Office e COUNTRY CLUB AREA: brick, COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE but

I equipped on 2 beautiful acres. lawtey area. 3 BR, 2 Ba eat-in kitchen, LR FR, convenient to city. You can have

I COMMEFXIAl COMMERCIAL CORNER HIGH POTENTIAL: 269 sun porch. Ig. lot. Owner anx up to 29 beautiful acres with this

,! *CHECK THIS OUT with Irenewalk Into a going business. Serloullnvestorl: Take Notice I with possibilities lous. beautiful spacious 3 BR 2V bath
All this for 79000. Easy terms. acres
and 28R home.
*4 UNITS APARTMENTS galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR *READY TO MOVE INTO: Clean home with many amenities. ABSOLUTELY .
PLAZA 7 unit ren
SOUTH 301 :
LOTS 3900 ft. adjoining inside and ,out. Shady Lot city MUST BE SEEN TO BE
Build dream home In full firm 16 approx.
wooded. tal ,
PAST HOSPITAL: approx. I'acre, your complex occupancy
Starke Golf and Country water & sewer Economy living
cash down required.
this exclusive area.TEN payment
ACRES beautiful country surroundings. Owner financing available. *CORNER SR 18 & 301 14.87 Club. Timber valued at over at its best. $27,000. BRING ON THE HORSES &

LOT TO BUILD ON? Kids can walk to Southslde School. Owner financing. 131000. See one of our full' 49 Ac. 3 BR home
*A Faulkner Reddish REALTOR acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 *A HOME.THAT: : DARES TO BE CATTLE: on
Sales Susan Manager Evenings f''.4041 4 ? ml., to Gville. time associates for more ,.n. 'DIFFERENT'situated on 2 acres. hwy. Priced right exc. terms.

REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene *2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff. formation. 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's. 2 Ba's, IN CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3 BR, 2

I. Faulkner '''-5142 Torn Bement ,,,.6439 EDWARDS RD.: Adjoining den, liv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl insulated ba, eot In kit., great room, car.

Louis Young 964.7525 Karen Marty Russell Adams 473-7494,,,.4002 Bradford Sq., 64x150 with Waterfront Lots. Building) Lots windows rng., refrg. port, owner fin. $51,500.

lee Hardenbreok '''.6521 A I building. Mobile Home lots& Acreage DW, CH&A dble carport 5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land in

LEE HARDENBROOK" APPRAISALS *ONE ACRE PLUS: commer AvallablelnAliAr.O5 w/storage bldg. Sale priced at pasture 3 BR, 2 Ba super kit

964.8527COMMERCIAL cial/industrial. S. 301 area, in ci $73,200. Add'i acreage avail. chen. $71,900.

Rentals AvellabU CONVENIENCE STORE LOCA baths, on 2 acres CH/A. '-: .;;W&:Invite Inquiries. On Our Other Properties

Cnrol Werner. REALTOR ASSOC. TION: 1 Acre on corner of 16 Wand w/fireplace. Near FSP and Thinking Buying or Selling? Call us!

Property Management Division Pleasant Grove Rd. Lawtey Correctional $49.900.

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LINK FENCE! Installed Free MOVING SALE Saturday May 3, 9 5 1910 CHEVY PU New 350 engine LAKE BROOKLYN Prime location, spectacular 2 BR LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $250 weekly 3 TON MOBILE HOME air conditioner
estimates Handy.Man Fence Co p m 533 W Pratt St Many Item Customized. 4000. Call 1-376-1866 view White sand!; beach 2 BR, 1 plus deposit 4733856. lOtchg $400. Window units, major appliance
Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8b5! tin available ItpJ, 5/1 (G'ville) between 8 om and 5.30 p.m, BA furnished complete, treed fenced, 3/27.5/29 service, DYKES SERVICE 473.3085. 4tpd
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Door. window. THURS., FRI. & SAT. 424 N. Water St. 3/27 tfn. '/. acre plus. $82,000 obo. LAKE GENEVA 2 BR 1 BA, ceiling Ian 5/1-5/22
etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Itpd 51FRIDAY 1914 THUNDERBIRD loaded, take over 305.793.8199. 4tchg 4/10.5/1 stone fireplace, greenhouse, storage CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction
964 60/8 Order also taken In Lake & SATURDAY: 9am. III? payments. Phone 964.7076 or 964.8747. shed Listed yard white sand beach truck mounted equipment
Butler 496 3079 and Keystone Heights Westmoreland Tr. Pk., Lot 22, lots of 4/24 2tpd 5/1 LAND FOR SALE deck $500 monthly Weekdays 94. C t B CARPET CLEANING
4/3 49/3 2/261'n miscellaneous Items" new and old. Itpd 1912 FORD EXP AM/FM radio cassette 475-5640: weekends, 4751345. 4/3 Keystone Heights 473.7770\..,
WANT TO DRINK? 5/1 AC red sports car good cond. $3200. LAKE LOT Hlllcrest 'lake 13500. tfnchg
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS MOVING: 220 N. Mimosa (off Bewant For info call 964.5812, ask for Len. Owner will finance. $164 per month APARTMENT Furnished spacy 1 BR, Half off on Scotchguard
WANT TO STOP? Rd.) Saturday May 3.8 a.m. until sold !Vice 4734367. 4/10 tfnchg screened porch One or two retired 9tchg 5/1-6/26
'OURS Itpd 51FRIDAY 1982 MUSTANG GT: in excellent cond Ition LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One ladies $125 month 4737044. 2tpd REAL ESTATENorth
Alcoholics Anonymous : furniture, jewelry, kitchen. 4 spend/loaded. Call 964.4121 acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473.7162 4/24.5/1
964.41 SO.964.6894.964.6219 wares, girls and baby clothe, sewing after 6 p.m. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 after 5. 3/27 tfnchg ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCIES White
pd thru 5/15 machine $25. Patterns, crafts, books, 1984 FIERO: fully loaded red.black. Feather Court. 4734961. 2tchg 5/1.5/8 Carolina
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines dressers more. Block behind Tenneco Take over payments excellent condition. YARD SALE MELROSE AREA 1 BR furnished mobile Mountains
relaid Solving Bradford County for 10 Station & phone CO. Clark St. Itpd 5/1 4311401. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 home with porch, large living room ONE ACRE located In the mountains,
years. Bradford Septic Tank Service SATURDAY 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. 505 N. 1979 FORD MUSTANG: '82 engine, MOVING SALE Rain or shine, May 3 $170 and deposit. 1.684.6634. Itpd 5/1 good access, large trees covers this
964 8121. 10/17 TFchg Westmoreland St. Lots of goodies 2 sunroof AC. 964.5369. Itpd 4/24 from 9-5 May 4 from 103. Household LAKE GENEVA Summer rentals, large tract. Owner needs to sell. $6500 pay
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes families Itpd 5/1 1986 CORVETTE: metallic gray loaded goods clothes kitchen Items. Second deck, nice, grounds Efficiency apartments $1000 down assume loon
cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used MAY 3.SATURDAY ONLY: 1015 Palm" St., 4.!>00 miles $27.500. 964-6500. 4/24TF house on left from Fairway on Point. 1 or 2 bedroom houses furnish CHALET 3 bedroom 2 bath, two
sewing machines lor sale James off Colley Rd. Up from nursing ham. TOYOTA MOTOR and 4 speed transmission. view Road. Itchg 5/1 ed. Call collect 305664-4572 2tchg levels, one mile from town lovely setting
Strickland corner Morgan Rd and Hwy past the elein, school Miscellaneousitems Also Chevy Luv 4WD parts. BENEFIT YARD SALE Corner of 5/1-5/8 large deck overlooking moun
16 Staike 964 8733. 12/5TF baby and other clothes, sofa 964.4238. 5/ITF Lawrence Blvd. and Pecan St. Friday HALL FOR RENT Birthdays, anniversaries tains, excellent location. Built-in
HANDYMAN: carpentry painting ..leati bed pool table bath fixtures, linens, 1983 ESCORT WAGON: AT. AC stereo, and Saturday May 283. Itpd 5/1 reunions, wedding receptions.For cabinets, very private. All for $55,000
cot. complete home repair: rolloway bed etc families. 964 8464. $1700. 4737411 5/1 2tpd 5/8 TWO FAMILIES Saturday May 3 from further Information call 473-7384 or pay $5000 down assume loan
Reasonable rates Licensed contractor.Call Itpd 5/1 1979 CHEVY 3/4 Flat Bed pickup 9.4. Right on Gas Line Road to Little 4734552. Itpd 5/1 TWO ACRES Short distance from Murphy -
Mitch 473 3940. 1/9TF FLEA MARKET: Friday/Saturday 95pm. w/gooseneck hook-up. SELL OR lake Geneva Road Follow signs Itpd TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes Across goad garden spot, r.ady to buildon.
PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING: all Antiques' table and chairs furniture, TRADE.. 964-7065. Itpd 5/1 5/1 from '01... $155. Partially furnished Owner sold sell. $9800 pay $1800
phases obedience personal protection |jars, clothes tools glassware, etc. 1969 FORD VAN: $500 782.3464 after 5 SATURDAY MAY 3. 85. Brass bed 2 Mr. Phillips 473.7560.2/13 20tpd 6/26 assume loon
show ring Experienced all Dealer space available., 964 8012. p.m. Itpd 5/1 bunk bed 1.11. dishwasher lamps These ore a few of over 2000 listings
breeds 964 5732 or 9647100. 3,13 TF Cherry St behind 310 Call St. Itpd 5/1 LAST CHANCE Model A Ford truck no dishes etc Pleasant Point Road off Im- PERSONAL SERVICES We have all type of property from
EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: disking, FRIDAY: 4 families clothes, furniture, title leaving Monday 9644119. Itpd mokalee Rd., Lake Brooklyn. Itchg 5/1 $700 per acre and up. We have small
mowing blade work garden work. household Items, much more 401 N. 5/1 GARAGE SALE Two family sale on Inv tracts. We also have several cabins,
Free estimates Have tractor will Cherry St. Itpd 5/1 1972 DODGE PICKUP: short wheelbase mokalee Road from 8-4 Saturday May FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today
hovel 782 3469 or 964 8230. 3' 13 TF 3 FAMILY YARD SALE 798 W. Pratt. V-6, good tires, excellent condition. 3. Itpd 51MISCELLANEOUS Hand rubbed oil finishes Coll Jac. for a free listing brochure. You can
TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call Clothes, 'misc, furniture Inside, sofa & $550. Call 964.5963 days or 964.7823 ITEMS Saturday W... 4732521. 51291tfnchg call free by dialing 18004387421.
964 6/66 Homes Beautiful ol N. Fla. loveseat $250. 2 solid wood tables eves. Itpd 5/1 3 only. 95. 7145 Pinon Road Smith SINGLES Find that someone special Write or call today
We will tell you how to ovoid that job $60 each Itpd 5/1 1973 VOLVO 142 S: runs great good In. Lake area. 4733857. Itchg 5/1 through Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 2 Ch.rok.eLand Co
and increase the value of your home. SATURDAY 9 Iii ? Hwy. 16 across from terior. $1075. Call 964-5985. 5/1 2tpd CARPORT SALE Immokalee Road off SR Box 2641, Melrose FL 32666. Send for Murphy NC 28906
5 ITF Ernest Allen grocery clothes, shoes for 5/8 21, follow signs. Lowrey organ application-ages 18 to 60. 4/10 tfnchg Btpd 4/17.6/5
BABYSITTING 'in the evenings In my the entire family. Itpd 5/1 refrigerator furniture, tools UPHOLSTERY Cushions, choirs LAKE GENEVA 150 feet on take with
home. Especially Friday and Saturday GARAGE SALE 4 families. Saturday REAL ESTATE household Items and much more. Fri couches campers Addison Upholstery house, owner financing. 65000.

eves. Coll Joyce 9648233. Itpd 5- I May 3. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 706 Gene Drive, OUT OF AREA day and Saturday. Itpd 5/1 4732452410.51 LAKE GENEVA 125 feet frontage _
WILL BUILD 10x12 DECK: steps rails, for Green Acres. Hwy 16 W. Itpd 5/1 TRACTOR WORK Roads scraped mow owner financing nothing down.
$370 8x12 greenhouse $265 Commercial SATURDAY MAY 3: 9:30.3: p.m. Moving. LAND FOR SALE: mountain land by Lost ing and roto-tllllng 4732330. lOtpd KEYSTONE AREA 24X56 3X2 mobile

business signs painted. Call Furniture dishwasher bikes mowers, owner, $100 down owner financing. 2 3/27.5/29 home on six/tenths acre assumable,
496 2452 after 6 p.m or on weekends baby items" swing set clothes etc. NE acre tract views, easy access, private, $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable, efficient 27000.
Itpd 5.1TYPING 1 15th St near Country Club 964-8809. nice building sites I hr. North of mixed dark spots on tongue Lost Nov. computer printout letter quality LAKE HUTCHINSON Canal front lots,
DONE for businesses and Individuals Itpd 5/1 Marietta. Call 1.404.276.2727 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Road. $2.50 per page. Call 473.4648 and $5000 up.
School papers letters Insurance FLEA MARKET 301 Drive-In Theatre, 14042763668. fcan 86.104 Answers to "Minor" 4737162. 4/3 leave message. Will return call tfnchg All above property' on central water
billing, resumes, legal forms every Saturday/Sunday Concessionand NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND tfnchg 3/27 system
notary contracts. simple wills, copies restrooms open. Have your yard large acreage small acreage cabins, elderly
reduce & enlarge bookkeeping personal sale with us. 5/1 4tchg 5/22 homes. DOCKERY LAND CO. 114 Andrews In her home Price includes professional BAKER REALTY.473.4857
or small business 218 S. Walnut 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: Thurs. May 1 and Rd., Murphy NC 28906. Coll Toll MISCELLANEOUSPACK care, meals, laundry activities Itpd 5/1
St, Starke W.W Professional Office Friday May 2. 9 a.m. til: ? 517 N. Free 1.800.331.7947. 86-105 and all amenities. For further information
Services. 964 7777 5/1 2tchg 5/8 Orange St. Clothes, shoes, curtains, SMOKEY MOUNTAINS: privately owned RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible call 4751951. 6tchg 4/3.5/8 FOR SALE
PIANO LESSONS: still some openings furniture, knickknacks and lots of North Carolina vacation homes and items and antiques. Used furniture, HANDYMAN SERVICE yard work
left Call Debbie Woodfm 964.8740. other Items. Itchg 5/1 cabins for rent by week or month. glassware, jewelry and much more. garden roto-tilling chain saw work GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS Snow white
Itpd 3 27 SPECIAL SALE: Not enough space, hardto Trout, streams views trails, water Come see for yourself. One mile east tree trimming and removal, trash haul. AKC registered top line, very
find so we ((4 families) will have our falls. Apple Management Dillsboro, of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. Ing any kind of odd job repair andmalnt.nonce. beautiful $200. 1.684.6634. Itpd 5/1
MOBILE HOMES Spring Sale at Harry Green's Flea NC ((704)) 586.3450.fcan 86-110 4732183. 4/10 tfnchg 4/10.5/1 Call 4733321. 4tchg BEAGLE PUPS Seven weeks old from
Market at corner Cherry & Madison St. 160 ACRES: Troy Alabama; 39 cultivation RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP good hunting stock. Wormed
FOR SALE If you miss this one you will flub your peanut allotment balance Needs spring and summer clothing SANTA FE HOUSECLEANING SERVICE 4752528. 2tchg 5/1-5/8
dubl) Tools, elec. S yard. Housewares, mature timber., Abundant wildlife. now!III I I Open Tuesday through Saturday 468-2477. Let us be your genie
miscellaneous. This Is the place to Creek, entrance. 60000. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Highway 21 North, Gainesville, Stork, Keystone,
15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on private Melrose HELP WANTED
one or all. Olm, Mobile Home Soles have your sale. Only $4 to set up. See United Farm Agency Barron Strother, Keystone Heights, Call 473.3106 for 4tclig 4/24-5/15
you there. Frl 8 Sot. Itpd 5/1 P.O. Box 755 Troy Alabama 36081. time to leave items. 4/10 tlnchgBEN'S DRAGGING .
904 964 5606 6/6 tfnchg House out of level? Call LoRue leveling COSMETOLOGIST Need full or port-
1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. $1,500 HOMES ((205)) 566-1870 ((205)) 7352442. Icon Service for all your foundation repairs. time. For more Information call
down and take over payments. Call B6.111HEAD 4737721. 5tpd 5/1.5/29 473-7708 2tpd 5/1.5/8
782.3358 alter 6 p.m 3/20 TF FOR SALE FOR THE HILSI' Choice vacation SISTER SOPHIE Spiritual Reader and Advisor BABY SITTER NEEDED Keystone Heightsarea
1982 MOBILE HOME: 14x70. 3 BR 2 bath properties and rentals In beautiful AC & For problems and questions one your home or mine. Call after 4
Call 964.4824 after 4 p.m. 4/24 3tpd 5/8 THREE BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A 2 LAKE TOXAWAY-SAPPHIRE area of visit will convince she can help p.m. 4733966. Itchg 5/1
DOUBLEWIDE on 1'/, acres on 301 South baths, LR/DR fireplace, breakfastroom cool Blue Ridge mountains Free listing Refrigeration you. Phone 17823125.you Itpd 5/1 NEEDED One good back up driver with
$10 1 .000 down and $360.06 for 15 years. game room 560 Glendale St. and/or rental brochure. Property Services 1 H.P. MYERS PUMP and Jet $ISO. Service dependable car. Good hours, good
468.2751 or 468.1718.4124 2tpd 5/1 964.5468. 3/13 TF of NC 71 Cherokee Trace Lake Jet and Submersible pay. Ideal for nonworking mother
VETERANS ONLY! NO DOWN PAYMENT. STARKE HOME: on graded road by Tex Toxaway N.C. 28747. Phone ((704)) 782-3564 Lawtey SERVICE 473.3085.4tpd 5/1.5/22 pumps.DYKES Call Sue 473.7967. Itpd 5/1
80x143 plus 2. Includes AC and skirting tile Town. Large 2 BR, 1 Ba, new kitchen 966.4550.fcan 86-112 TWO MOTHERS each need babysitters
$250/mo 70x14 with AC 3 BR? 2 cabinets stove ref.. microwave, ONE ACRE near Ichetucknee State Park COMMERCIAL & DOMESTICAir to care for children at their homes
Ba only $225/mo. Call Mary 2720625. carpet 2 acres, fenced yard large and Springs, unbeatable terms almost Conditioning : One port time and day shift and one
4/24 4tchg 5/15 oaks, nice Must see. $35,000.473.4422 nothing down, 5500. Country Rivers 4 Central or WindowDehumidifiers t..4 J full-time, 3.11 p.m. shift. Call Sue
12x60 CHAMPION MH: 2 BR, large living after 5 p.m. 4/17 4tpd 5/8 Realty, P.O. Box 207. Ft. White Fla. 473-7967.'Itpd 5/1
room kitchen, & dining room together THREE BEDROOM 2 bath home on Bes- 32038. ((904)) 497.3305 anytime Dis :: 2 BR,1 Sa Home J
washer large room built-on shed outside sent Rd. $59,000.964.4635. Itpd 5/1 count for cash fcan 86.113 Auto & Truck :: 10% Down, $119 Mo. Pmt. 3 NOTICE
Whitehead Tr. Pk. on Rd. 230. NICE 4 BR frame home on large fenced BE OUR NEIGHBORS! I North Carolina _
Lots of trees for shade 964.8226. 4/24 city lot. New carpet stove water Mountains: homes, mobile homes, *: Open 7 Days A J Classified, deadline Is Tuesday noon
2tpd 51PRIVATE heater close to school. 35000. lots, acreage, views, creeks, Rentals : To Serve YouGOLDIIEAD J prior to Thursday publication
LOT: on 1.06 acres 12x72. 3 BR, 3/2-7734 or 462.3998.4/17 6tchg 5/23 lakefront. Financing available Free RepairsREFRIGERATORS. Minimum charge is 15 words for$2.75
2 Ba CH/A w/w carpet 16000. THREE BEDROOM: 1 bath home withseparate listing Information Carolina Country i : then 10 cents for each word thereafter
Beautiful Real Estate Hayesville N.C. 28904. FREEZERS
964 8970. Itpd 5/1 garage. :: HOME 3
neighborhood. $35.000. 964.7076 or ((704)) 389-8335 collect icon 86- STOVES, WASHERS DRYERS MOBILE -" --

964.8747. 4/24 2tpd 5/1 Home Repair andA SALES, INC. 3 :
dole Trade for property from Ocala to Few Used Models :: SR 21 N, Keystone .. J

WALDO: 15 Acres good Jax or sell $10.000 down and $550.50 OPPORTUNITIESOWN TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt : 413..7231.N.lg!t 1 =. StarlingRealtor
development. Close to city 20 Phone 468.2751 or
per mo. yrs. A Reasonable Cost ........*............R....3BROADWAY
468.1718.4124 2tpd 5/1 ,
limits. YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear ..
LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Starke.
CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS: 2% ladies apparel children, large size,
choose from. Send for Free Brochure Ben or Don On Call Large corner lot 2 bldgs. currently
yr., stone and cedar 3 BR 2 HONEST ABE LOG HOMES. Route 1. petite combination store, maternity WALTERS rented $50000
accessories Jordache, Chic Lee L.vl.) 182-3564
bo fireplace CH/A 3 car Box 84CF Moss Tenn. 38575. ((800)) E Z Street Izod. Esprit Tomboy, Calvin 24 Hours -2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home $'9.900.

garage, Ig. lot. 2313695. icon 86.103 Klein Sergio Valente Evan Picone Liz 4/24 'Pd HOUSE U MOVE Make offer
DUPLEX: Ed's Rd 8 BR 3 Ba THREE BEDROOM:2 bath den Claiborne Members Only Gasoline, TREE SERVICE"Removal REDUCED TO $39.900 1.S ACRES
w/fireplace, large living room, CH/A .
Healthtex, over 1000 alhe. $13,300 to >Ov with older home beautiful pecan
plus 3 BR 1 Ba rented 4 plus lake access 35000. Call between 8o.m *
$24,900 Inventory, training fixtures
and 5 325-2857 ext. 214. Itpd
acres. 1 ml from shopping p.m. grand opening etc. Can 15 days.Mr. -15 ACRES Older
open : ( : home and DW
center. COUNTRY LIVING Brick 3 BR, 1 Ba Loughlin ((612)) 888.4228. Itpd 5/1 Shop & Compare I 11 I .rr Td111mng! r I. ., -r mobile home $47,500.
CENTER ST. 1 BR, 1 Ba, AC CH/A, dishwasher w/w carpet on completely 3.64 acres.paneled Many UNIQUE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Absolutely Special Insurance for 'Stump Removal 412 11.9 ACRES 1 Well 3 septic tanks,
NO selling We will to *'
pay you Firewood pond pole barn.
chain link fence, carport, extras. Rd. 16 W. 964.8970. Itpd 5/1 manufacture small Mobile Home Parks $33,500
our prestigious -S
All types of homeowners .,1 Free Estimate' ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES -
$25,000.CR business product in your home or office. for $25,000. Excellent Terms

225: 3 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, 1 BOATS Requirements; proven honestyand mobile policies homes. 473-7097; )'"> 473-7679 -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500.VEUV .

acre plus 4 c. fans, nice 15'8" TRI-HULL ski boat with walk.thruwindshield. Integrity; $18,000 deposit securedby Call for Quote "' \ NICE::
inv/equipment of $37,500; 60 sq. ft. "After15 P.M.In"ll :x.OWI.V'
$ .
80 :
1979 hp
wood heater many extras. 1982 Mercury trailer exc. cond.pow.rtrim. of space; daily access to post office for Mobile JCTystone'rlelahtLicensed ((904)) i
ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR: shipping, at least three personal l.l.'c SSO'OOO'J
Included. P.O.
water skis vests, ropes '
references ((1 banker preferred). Only &'Insur dA.
2091 sq. ft., brick veneer, 964.6330 days or 964.7717 eves 5/1 Sales ,,n 301 S. { .
1 person or couple to be selected In Home
kit. and 5/8
fireplace modern 2tchg each area. Age, race, sex, education '__M

oppl., owner will sell all 9.74 1967 14' FIBERGLASS BOAT: with 40 hp religion and handicaps are NOT con Elaine M. Olin, Agent . . . . . . .
engine and controls $1200. Also 1973Fiberglass siderations. To find out if qualify', ) ............ .............*..***********
you .ril'
ac. or part. "make" I.
boat Owachita 964-5606
Call Annapolis, MD ((8 a.m.-6 p.m) TF. It
SOhp Johnson engine, extra goad con "" """ '& It
MATHEWS ((301)) 267.8830.fcan 107 -""'>- """'-' -' '-' -- hoay R GAMES
dition, bass boat, all elec. controls, *
$2500. 3hp Lawn sweeper picks up - - - - - It It
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REALTYRealtor leaves and debris, $175. 22" high. : Phone 373-4518 495-2357 *

wheeled lawn mower, automatic propelled SAVE $ $ With .
$150. Phone 9644953. Itpd 5/1 Jf :- j* "'! 2'pc' s'. 5
441 W. Madison St r****************-************************

o Starke COMMERCIAL PROPERTY eeo\es Homes Beautiful 1110l1Cil1

Streets: 2 story masonry building.

Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4IOTFTim's Tilt In Also Call ((904)) 964.5606

e Siding e Soffit & Fascia Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 2011
Custom Cabinets r
For e Awning e Screen Rooms

i'I I L (J e Carport e Brick or Stone
New Construction Remodeling j

Cabinets *Tll. Ceilings 'r'
Cleaning Call Plumbing Supplies From
Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall -

Mobile In Stucco Home or Underpinning Cut Brick/Stone(Skirting) HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. liii Durrance Pump & Supply ; 1

Free Estimates We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed -
Starke Fla. 964-6766 J| |
Call Tim Thompson 11 ... US 301 North, 164 N.Temple Av.,Starke 9647061. TF- |jl

964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves

(Any Scotchgard

$1'495 is Hwy 301 South lianal'Houses1
.. &Hail
BARGAINS FROM I $11.9S Cleaning ) 'AvailableCarpet intntf pamau

Ie The Bargain Center Kitchen A.Lavatory_ $10.9S Faucets- ; i Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. r EDM- ,,, No Down Payment

Pipe Insulation' Weatherstrlpplng
Sen. AO 12.2 NMB Wire
3" PVC We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of waD to wall carpel:furniture Cleaning .
Well '17.95 250
Pumps $.7* ft. Felt$6.50 per roll
From $139.95Mobil. i and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality 964-8848

Home Supplies llghlpoles Cabinets a Electrical'< Plumbing Supplies work allow, low prices. Call now to make an appointment

c-T BARGAIN CENTER INC. Po01n9 Senior Cj l lien Discount Nil fVlil<'.iil(' (;'l''i;(' l'rii A:lvi>'c' Evenings

51e R 10.000 Ml\ '...*lloneous Items and Salvage ".'/11 C Rooms over Call 964-4997 Call'Member" 964-4073 473-3627
250 sq.| ft.xln Starts.Bridfoid .
Chock TeOow In jowl phone book .
Lee & Willie.Mo. 964-6679 Hwy 301 South- Stark charge/ All Work Pages Guaranteed/ Clumber of Commerce .;-

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I r Union County Ads 1 Food Stamp ProgramTo a< l'1.. \wh r

Stagger IssuanceDue

CAMPERS REAL ESTATE to an increase In program

OUT OF AREA participation, we regret that we no ,;
Wl Coachman U' travel trailer tell longer can provide adequate service
contained roof air like new 1995.:. with our present system.
Call 491>.3377. 5/1 2lpd. 5/8 PIECI OF PROPERTY Beginning June 1, we will Imple-
If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just 4w3a
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. ment a Staggered Issuance System
YARD SALE 496.2126 or 4962903. eves "YOUR whereby you will be issued Food
UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn Stamps according to the last numberin
the Food Stamp case number.
190 S.W. 2nd Av.nu., two block from These households will pick up ,
Middl. School. FOR SALE
Saturday and Sunday their Food Stamps each month on \
May 3 and 4. All clo.het 25 centi ach. the .
following days. After the first
loads of llem at a low price. 5/1 llpd. Electric dryer with new heating element three days'! of issuance each month,

$75. Coll 496.3253.1/24 tfn/chg. you may pick up any Monday, a 'f"I
INSURANCEMAINES Blooming..Daylllles, Daisies and Iris Wednesday or Friay.
$200 each. Contrary Mary's Garden, MONDAY, Blue 123-56-678(1)( ), F4
INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. SR121 Lacrosse Closed Sunday and 123-56-678(2)( 123-56-678(3)( 11Ipt
Main Street, Lake Butler 4963978. Monday. 496-1561.5/1 2fchg. 5/8 123-56-678(4)( v
Complete Insurance Service. 2tfre. WEDNESDAY, Yellow, f \ 1.

4/10 17 then tfnFOR HELP WANTEDGovernment 123-56-678(5)123-58-678(7)(. 123-56-678(6)), .".... ."

RENT Jobs $16.040$59,230yr.Now FRIDAY Green, 123-56-678(8)( ,
123-56.678(9),123-56678(0)( ( k'j.
Call 18056876000.( ) Ed. -
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR R.-1136 hiring.for current federal lI.t.10 As of July 1, there will no longer be '.
RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 8tpd. 529Hardworking early mail issuance. Food stampswill
Main Street Lake Butler Phone operator wonted. Several be mailed after the 10th of the issuance j.

496-2261 for Information. tin c. sltlons' available as sewing machine month.
On., two and three b.draom mobile operators.. We offer great benefits with Should you have any questions

homes All electric central h.at and production-type pay. Experience about your pick up day, please call --- ... '
air. cabl. TV. Basketball and helpful but not required Apply In person the Food Stamp office 9647310.
playground. Pin. Call 496.2366. Butler Apparel 650 S.E.
at Lake
for ...
SR121 Lake Butler. 1/9 tfn/chg. Lake Butler 5/1 Itehg. Heady Regional
Office and Warehouse space located In Full 2nd time Street maintenance Man Must have Starke Country Club The IUIS girl's mile relay team has a good| shot at a From Mto right' ;: Angle Cohens. Kim Adams, I
Union County Times Building at 150 trim carpentry and some electrical.xperlence. Plans Annual LuauThe l berth in the slate finals Felicia Davis and Lori SdPP-
West Main. Call 496.2261. for more In General maintenance from
formation. It 2/27 lawn work to painting. Apply In person Starke Golf and Country Clubon ...
Two bedroom mobile home, furnished. 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through CR-230 will be the setting for a
No pets Located In Lake Butler. Call Saturday Pines Mobile Home Park, short imaginary trip throughout the
496-3301 If no answer keep, trying. SRI21. Lake Butler References re- South Pacific Islands Friday, May IP -
4/24 chg/tfn <.,.ir: ... Hard workers only. 5/1 Itchg. 16. ; .
Prince Pele's Polynesian Revue
PERSONAL SERVICESSeptic MOBILE HOMES Luau will include roast pig on the
Polynesian buffet which will be serv-
M78 Concord doublewlde 24../..'. ed from 7:30: to 9 p.m.
Tanks Brlce Jones Septic Tanks-
shingle roof woodsldes, good condition At 9 p.m the floor show featuring
New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations .. .
with 7900. Call exotic
appliances. Polynesian entertainmentwill
and pump out tanks. After 7 Tlitlk
A.M., Call 275.2268, After 7 P.M., Call 496-3004.4/17 4tchg. 5/8 highlight the evening. nt ,
2752197. tfnchg. 1/23 Two bedroom, air conditioning. $500 "Local Motion" band will provide
down, balance like rent. Owner financed. music from 10 until midnight.
We specialize In roofing carpentry and p.m.
painting. Call 431.1115.1/24 tfn/chg. Call 4963715. Slds Mobile Home Tickets are available to club 1
Reliable Mobile Home Repair, repairs of Pork. 5/1 Itpd.INVESTMENT! members for $20 per person and $25 ) '
all types. Painting cool sealing, PROPERTIESIncome for non members. Reservations 't'tt 1'
pressure washing, re-flooring skirting must be made by May 9. ': ::
leveling and window: sealing. Call The dress for the evening is :1
anytime, 4963462. 25 years ex property Three mobile homes, .
perience. 5/1 Stchg 6/19 rented on 10 acres, po.tur.land. pond "
Will babysit In my home. Hot lunch. trees, block storage shed. 38000. I lb 1i
located by RMC. Call 496-20M for In Financing available. Call 4962600. r aM>rerE ti"
formation. 5/1 4tchg. 5/22 4/17 chq/tfn "
WILL$370,8xl2greenhouse$265 BUILD 10x12 DECK steps Commer, rails, OUT OF STATE PROPERTY Polynesian.aJ: : '

cial/business signs painted.' Call North Carolina MountainsOne .
496.2452 after 6 p.m. or weekends. acre located In the mountains, good .' -, 1JIII""
Itpd 5/1 access, large trees covers this tract. .'
Owner needs to sell 6500. Pay
CARSTRUCKSNumerous There are halt a million more au
$1,000 down, loan.
assume tomobiles Los Angeles then there L.
Chalet three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 J
reposed cars. See Shandt at levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting ere people
Farmers and Dealers Bank. Call large deck overlooking mountains -
excellent location. Built-in ...... _. .
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491>.2101. 4/242tchg. Hind Palmed i..c C .
1976 Ford LTD at reduced price. Call cabinets, very private, all for 55000. SindMiitfdSlgfltTruck '
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4963754. 5/1 Itpd. Pay $5,000 down assume Bat
Two acres short distance from Murphy Window Uttering I'I 82g.oo70 The BUS 440 Relay team from left to right): Felicia Davis, Kim Adams, Angle Cohens and Terri! Kittles.
HOMES good garden spot ready to build on. a BUIboinli Migmfle Signs-Wood. Foam
Owner sold sell. 9800. Pay $1,800
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Government Homes from $1 (U repair). down assume loan. Builniitti, CommunltlM. Condos t1}' Upjohn Healthcare
Also delinquent tax property. Call These are a few of over 2,000 listings Sub-aYltlsns 829-0070 Mark Nurses' DayThe
1(805)687( ) .6000, Ext. GH-1136 for Infor- We hove all types of property from I
motion. 4/10 Btpd. 5/29 $700 per acre and up. We have small local office of Upjohn Indians
tracts. We alsct>.haveev al cabins, HealthCare Services (UHCS) is join- Lady
ED. OPPORTUNITIESSummer houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today ing with groups across the nation to
for a free listing brochure. You can observe National Nurses' Day May from 6 but that's the kind of experience
classes begin May 6 at lake City page
call free by dialing 1(800)438-7421.( )
Community College Register May 5, 9 Write or call today. 4/17 8tpd. 6/5 6. Nurses promote the health of the issued a walk to the first batter, the these younger" players need to win it
A.M. till 6 P.M. For Information call Cherokee land Co. Murphy, N.C. 2S906 consumers by providing everythingfrom second batter got on on a error, then next year, Coach Wingate said.
752.1822.5/1 Itchg. prenatal care to caring for the Clay picked up two more walks the "I'd also like to say a word about our
VOTE wished that terminally ill. first loading the bases, the second only senior, left-fielder Sheri Brown.
NOTICE Have In you ever swimming you On National Nurses' Day, Upjohn tying the game at 7-all with no outs. She is a fine player, heads-up gaveus
were a position to own a
all recognize the nurses who are leadership when we needed it and
I urge and challenge but weren't that The Clay first baseman was up next
pool sure
MEN & WOMEN DOC staff to register to could afford such a luxury Well you members of their organization and all it took was a long fly ball to beat third-ranked BUS with a big

17-62 vote before August 2, having YOUR OWN pool doesn't require left center to score the winning run. home run in the final regular season"
FOR 1986. Mr. R.H. Hau. ltp a fortune anymore! With the "It's a tough way to end the season game. We'll miss her in left held.
5/1 modern construction techniques and ADKINS CONCRETE

CIVIL SERVICE the standardised plans that Dynamic CONSTRUCTION
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Q.E.D. Available If Needed pool of your dreams for a lot less COMPANYFree
than you think. by Rev. Ed Kirkland
Positions Start As High As CYCLE
HOUR Price Start At Estimates Pastor, Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
e POST OFFICE e CLERICAL REPAIROpen $5,900 376-9985 after 5 p.m. Pushing Your Children Too Hard?

e MECHANICS INSPECTORSKeepPr..nlJobWhll.Pr.PIl'nrl Now 5/1 2tpd 5/8 The most difficult part of having children has got to be raising them.
INSTALLEDTHIS They're almost like taking the swing out of the box to put up. It's only then
Hom.FaGovernmeni U.S. 301 North you see the size of the task you've undertaken. I don't know of any parent
Write a Include Phone No. Next to S & Muffler WEEK ONLY I f who hasn't looked at a set of instructions at least once and seriously considered -
Nations Traiiunn Service Inc. Extra $300 OFF putting it all back in the box and taking it back to the store. However,
P. O. Drawer A Repairs and Parts our problem is that the children came "No deposit, no return".
With a variety of sixes and shapesto 1393-21 Ac., 4 BR, 2 Bo home, also Child-rearing involves an endless set of difficulties and challenges. But today
STARKE FLORIDA On All Major/ Makes choose from there's a beautiful MH hookup fenced 65000. Financing we will discuss only one common problem. That is when we push our

32091' J. Machine WorfeAsoOUTfcffltf / Dynamic pool that's just right for available. children too hard to be either who we are or who we wish we were. You've
; S your home AND your budget. This 1399-3 BR. 1 ba. block chain fenced seen the idea played up on some television show probably. The father wants
reliable Fla. State Certified Contractor yard 406 E. Laura St., $36.500. the son to win a football scholarship before he completes the sixth grade. Or,
.. ---- will take care of everything from 1421-LAKE ACCESS: 4 BR, 2 ba, the mother who wants her daughter to be a model and tries to make her act
design and Installation to privacy lots of oak beautiful view like a fifteen-year-old, even though she is only 10.
\__ ___ ,LAVERN .H. OUTLAW arranging... I 102000. Unfortunately, these pictures are real and if we could interview the
i IJ Q 100% Financing with 1432-Near Lake Butler 7 Ac, mobile, I children, I believe we would find out just how sad the situation really is. You
NO DOWN PAYMENTNo I I'12 I stocked ponds ravines, flowing see, your child is a separate individual creation. They have a personality
REALTOR' ** Monthly PaymentFor creek. which is at least a little different than yours, maybe a whole lot different.The .
Ask For: 90 DaysTo 1430-For Starters: mobile on 1 ac., 2 goals you had or have for your life may be completely wrong for them.If .
David C. Dodge, make your new pool a beauty of septic, Crosby Lake nearby you spend all your time trying to "help" your child achieve your goals,
Master Senior Appraiser summer fun. Phone Anytime Daily 16500. then it's about time you wake up and look around. Parents who are usuallythe

I 964-4522'' Member of Nat.Assn.el .: a.m.a.m.to to I 5 p.m.p.m.or Saturday ft Sunday ,1374-DAY business. Includes CARE equip.CENTER. :$69.000.Home going. activities most guilty and competition.of this have an elementary age child who is involved in team
STARKE, FL. Apprais.rs'South 3995685SPAS for owner adjoint for $39.000.f If you feel like you may be doing this (or more likely you just happen to
r < 427-3 BR. 1 ba. brick on 5 ac.. 2 ml. know someone down the street who is guilty), then you need to realize the
301 Plaza Complete Property Appraisal :Service to town born fenced. 75000. kind of stress you are putting your child through. I'm not saying you mean to
Farms Home Business Land 1431-4 BR. 2Ba unfinished Lawtey do this. The fact is, most people have to fight not to do it. But the price is goIng
_. _____ __ -aa.ea-- ----_--------- Portable & Inground 1 1/4 ac. RV trailer, shed 22000. to be losing the respect of your child. If it is severe and continues into the

Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CALL Finan.FOR INFORMATION: 5 BR, 2 ba. teen years, they may very well grow to dislike or sometimes even hate you.I .
realize no parent wants their child to grow up and despise them. So, what
Saturday. 9a.m. to 4 p.m. brick on 1.19 ac. 2450 sq. ft., $69,300 you need to do is this. Listen to yourself. That's right, just listen even if it isboring.
FILL DIRT I cash If you find yourself constantly correcting your child in some area
(such as sports) in which you happen to excel, or would like to excel in, then
and TRq"lf"f: LTY your child has a problemyou..
I Back off he be football and she
.r.oua.u some. Recognize may never a player may
TOPSOIL i '...-.1931m.309' never be a model, but so what? Find out the things they are interested in and
... help them develop those abilities. This will make you a far better parent, and
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964-6262 -..... ,.-....'- daughter. I realize it's hard to figure all this out, but keep trying. The fact
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is full of surprises. When you finished the swing, they wanted to play
-COMMERCIAL Successful' service-station on US 301; -- in the box. You may do everything right and they still won't turn out perfect.
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ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewlde mobile home. Only Hwy. It at Kingsley Lake. If you would like to tee a particular need discussed

75000. Owner terms possible. Springs 4962534. In this column, you may call his office at 333-2018 or write to: HOW'S THE
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: 70 Participate in Annual Strawberry Stroll ,

The Third Annual Strawberry dleburg won the event with a time of with a time of 37:3881: and Ernie Justin Ward of Starke was fourth .
Stroll five mile and one mile race 29:3830: Heishman of Middleburg was with a timeof7:47.91i; Kyle Brown of The first American flag with fifty states was unfurled on July 4, 1960 at .
went off witout a hitch in Starke last In the men's 15-18 event Robert seventh with a time of 39:26.09.In : Starke was fifth with a time of the Fort McHenry National Monument In Baltimore Maryland. I It'
week with over 70 runners from all Smith of Jacksonville was first witha the 60 and over division: Pat 803.19: ; Kathy Riherd of Bellviewwas
1'1 over the area participating. time of 32:3005 and Timothy Munden of Brooker was first with a sixth with a time of 8:30944:
f The five-mile portion of the competition Moshure of Middleburg was second time of 34:41.99: and Curtis Cathy Martin of Lawtey was seventh
:I 1 featured two top winners in with a time of 32:46.63.In : McLemore of Jacksonville was second with a time of 8:42,40; Sherra Mottof Haven you done without "
the male and female division the men's 25-29 age bracket with a time 42:12.97.: Starke was eight with a time of lB. a Toro long enough?* ,
I \ Craig Harms of Neptune Beach Matt Watts of Jacksonville was first 8:44: .62.Patty Martin of Lawtey was g ptLSAU t
,I traveled all the way; to Starke and with a time of 30:01.05.: Mike ninth with a time of 8:49.06: ; Keith "
f took first place in the men's overall Schmied of Jacksonville was second Fun Hun ResultsIn Santana of Raiford was 10th with a s ,
i i, division with a time in the l live mile with a time of 32:12: .16; Paul Marr of the popular "Fun Run", one time of 9:01.22: Gail Miller of t
run of 27 minutes 41 seconds and 24 Middleburg was third with a time of mile in length; Paul Marr of Fernan- Bryceville was 11th with a time of / anteea tt treat ,
: tenths of a second ((27:41.24): ). 32:24.35: ; Daniel Shuster of Jackson- dina Beach was first with a time of 10:29.74: ; Dorothy Mollnow of iU Dx
t Cindy Kline of Orange Park won ville was fourth with a time of 5:35.15: ; Chad Crutchfield of Mid- Orange Park was 12th with a time of ,4 i' G of f oro
1 the women's overall division in the 32:19.78: ; Benny Carter of Starke dleburg was second with a time of 12:37.96: and Michael Santana of yoary
l live mile event with a times of was fifth with a time of 35:46.40: ; 6:54.99: ; James Allen of Orange Park Raiford was 13th with a time of
i !. 323301.: Steve Clere of Starke was sixth witha was third with a time of 6:55.30: 13:40.49. $60off

: In the Lee age Ann 10 and Carlton-under girl's Starke division Jacksonville time oi 43:12.08: was and seventh Steve Nixon with of a _._--un=un _-u __-u '__u ._.__u ._._u_.'-_ __ ._.._._.._.""" ........ .. ...--..-.. Toro's Best Mower
l finished first with a time of 57:02.34.: time of 44:51.65.In : GbENBfl'SSHEAR
I In the age 15-18 division the best the men's age 30-34: Greg \
times of the day went to three Mid- Riherd ot Middleburg was first witha (: Model #20624 ?
dleburg runners First place went to time ot 32.19: .69; Walter Nunnallee i DESIGN 21" cut-rear wheel drive rear ;.
Dawn Church with a time of oi Gainesville was second with a .(. \r bagger 4 cycle OHV Toro ;
360570: ; second place went to time ot 32:31.50: and William Cherry Tender I Care
Kimberly Taylor with a time of ot Ocala was third with a time of "In the Center"MOTHER'S engine with KeyLectricstart
36:29: .49,and third place went to Kim 36:59.91.In: ;- and blade brake clutch.
Church ith a time of 36:47.07.: Both the men's 35-39 division: Jeff DAY SPECIAL There isn't a better mower
fourth and l filth pace l finishers are Nelson oi Orange Park was first
from Orange Park: Juanita Rivera with a time ot 31:21.90: ; Joe Reimerof Professional Good through May 22, 1988 $j 25 00r k around at any price.

,I' with a time of 37:18.07: and Diana Middleburg was second with a PERMS . incl. haircut Reg. 619" :
I Liska with a time of 39:20.39.: time ol 39:08.25 and Robert Holder of "
In the 19-24 women's division Jennifer Starke was third with a time of 'U'e l/h Ds 9rt 6444e9 9esd"
Lawter of Orange Park l finished 322540.: S Thompson SL In Merle' Norman Bide. 95
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in l first place with a time ot In the men's 40-44 division: Don Sal.
41:57.86: ; Kim Miller of Orange Park Redman ot Jacksonville was first
was second with a time of 42:29.51: with a time of 29:52.82: ; Curt Brown 1
and Sharon Youngerman of ot Keystone!: Heights was second witha ADULT/YOUTH/
Jacksonville was third with a time of time ot 30:39.59: ; Joe Sabotin of tr
58:51.57. Green Cove Springs was third with a LEAGUE
In the women's age 25-29 division: time of 31:01.22: ; Mike Millen of y r
:, Barbara Taylor of Jacksonville was Bryceville was fourth with a time of "'. J, :. i '( Starts May 21- Ends Aug. 12 QUALIFIED BUYERS 4
l first with a time of 36:36.40: ; Judy 31:39.86: ; Jim Hartley of Jackson- Tuesdays at 1:30 We Take Trade-Ins 0a
Schmidt was of Jacksonville was second ville was fifth with a time of p.m.
I with a time of 36:55.34: ; Vickie 32:42.08: ; Steve Adams of Jackson- \ I J TEAM: 2 Adults I 2 Youth LORIDA
I Mennen of Jacksonville was third ville was sixth with a time of LAWN GARDEN
with a time of 37:07.87; LeAnne 32:46.97: ; Herbert Casey of Jackson- REST
Hildreth of Jacksonville was fourth ville was seventh with a time of CENTER
with a time of 39:32.85,and Keystone 34:06.04: and Max Wilson of Mid- STARKE LANES CONTROL I
Heights resident Pat Tanner was dleburg was eighth with a time of For More Information Call 539 E. Call St. Stark
f l fifth with a time of 57:23.74.: 453266.: 964-8175 1612 N. Temple Ave. StarkeflR5tEI CCHICICALfe Open 9-8 (Sat. S-6)) 984-5745
jI In the women's age 30-34 division: In the men's 45-49 division John
Janet Pekie of Orange Park was TenBroeck of Orange Park was first ADVERTISED
first in the five mile event with a with a time of 31:11.83: ; Gordon
time of 33:46.68: ; Kathy King of Neptune Slater of Orange Park was second PRICE ON SAME ITEM SAME WEEK
Beach was second with a time with a time of 31:28.20: ; Russ Hall of
t i of 35:26.72: ; Kathy Mein of Orange Jacksonville was third with a time of
I Park was third with a time of 31:56.95: ; Ken Bendy of Green Cove
s 37:24.04: ; Kathy Garrett of Jacksonville Springs was fourth with a time of
was fourth with a time of 32-46: .22; Stewart Geiger of Jackson-
4 44:54.34: ; Carrie McCutcheon of Mid- ville was fifth with a time of I;
I-, dleburg finished fifth with a time oft 33:01.58: ; Paul Ruebish of Jackson-
:; 47:29,62; Jan Barnes of Middleburg ville was sixth with a time of .p
'.! was sixth with a time of 50.50: ,68 and 33:02.94: ; Carl Prater of Middleburgwas Belted
". Pam Nelson of Jacksonville was seventh with a time of 34:33: ,40. Multi-Mile Polyester Glass D
seventh with a time of 51:45.55.: Tom Weaver of Jacksonville was o
; -;- Nixon of Jacksonville was first place Mitchell of Atlantic Beach was ninth _
%;i with a time of 39:51.21; Darlene with a time of 35:25.77: ; Emanuel 165-800-13 25.00 P165-80R-13 . 33.00 3,
:: Waddell of Jacksonville was second Varele of Jacksonville Beach was P185-80D-13 . 27.00 P185-75R-14 . 38.00 i
I with a time of 43:33.21: ; Jean Bula of tenth with a time 35:59.73: ; Carlos P195-808-14 . 30.00 P195-75R-14 . 38.00
Starke was third with a time of DeRosa of Raiford was 11th with a
46:08.66: ; Beverly Gracey of Orange time of 36:42.85: ; Clifford Martin of P205-75B-14 32.00 P205-75R-14 . 40.00 ".

Park was fourth with a time of Lawtey was 12th with a time of P225-75B-14 . 36.00 P225-75R-15 . 45.00 ;i
49:03.34: ; Fran Plumlee of Orange 3643.27: ; Jimmy Brigman of P215-75B-15 . 35.00 P235.75R-15 . 47.00 301 Liquors & Lounge
Park was fifth with time of 49:44.87: Gainesville was 13th with a time of f
P225-75B-14 . 4.00 Balance Each
I and Karin Parks of Middelburg was 38:28.33: ; Charles Plumlee of Orange _; 1/2 Mile North of Starke
seventh with a time of 505154.: Park was 14th with a time of P235-75B-15 . 37.00 white Spoke Wheels 26"
I In the women's 40-44 division: 39:12.50: ; Ken Mott of Starke was _
'it Janet Miller of Orange Park was 15th with a time of 39:22.63: ; Ron : FRONT END ALIGNMENTT BRAKE SPECIAL "tAA r
If I first with a time of 41:20.92: ; Joyce Hendley of Middleburg was 16th I Includes Set caster, camber toe In to (FRONT or REAR)" HH.au '....,
t. Ann Lawter was second with a time with a time of 42:44.06: and Bill Cur ''I manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension Rep,ace pads or shoes; resurface drum I COOK OUT 3.6 PM
i. I of 47:25.94: and Nancy Lowman of tis of Jacksonville was 17th with a .:;41. & steering system. For most American or rotors; pack bearings; bleed a adjust t; .
Orange Park was third wity a time time of 441581.: cars. Front wheel drive vehicles and road-test host American( cart A trucks.
I of 571942.: In the men's age 50-59 division: j Chevettes extra.Parts extra. :Metallic parts extra when required.e12.95 SATURDAY MAY 3 1986
James Parks of Jacksonville t ,
In the women's 45-49 division: Dot was No Hidden Costs
; Mitchell from Atlantic Beach was first with a time of 30:2625: ; ; Everett ion I lip
first with a time of 40:05: ,58; India Crum of Hilliard was second with a REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT '12.95 Our
Hendley of Middleburg was second time of 30:52.90: ; Chuck Cornett of Brake Special t Well Drinks & Beer 75
I Jacksonville thid with time of . . .
I' with a time of 41:25.74: and Ruth was a -r',
Marwitz of Green Cove Springs was 33:46.28: ; Marvin Mollnow of Orange CORBETTS TIRES & SERVICE 12 Noon til 6 p.m.
third with a time of 51:06.60.: Park was fourth with a time of
,, In the women's 50-59 age bracket: 34:06.54: ; Ed Schmidt of Jacksonvillewas ', US 301 Temple Ave. 964-6436 ?
"' I fifth with a time of 36:45.32: ; ; .,
Bety Cornett of Middleburg was first
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Jack Connolly of Hilliard was sixth .
:, with a time of 49:44.58: ; Charlene -
Lamar Witt & The Wild Ones
Davis of Green Cove Springs was second
with a time of 1:03:56.04: : ; Betty --, L Playing Good Country Music
Mitchell was third with a time of
1:03:57.00: : and Mary Bonner of Manager: == for Listening & Dancing
i Starke was fourth with a time of .
1:12:41.93.: : Phyllis Harper II Friday thru Sunday
'7 In the women's 60 and over T
bracket: Pat McConnell of Starke 8:30: p.m. til 1:30 a.m.
. I was first with a time of 32:41.99: and MOVIES & ELECTRONICSSouth
" Edna Wainwright of Starke was se- ,
cond with a time of 42:12.97.: '
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