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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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joint meeting of the school board lawyers did it," said Mrs. Walker.
and county commission may be heldin
ir1 r :% early June about drawing district Plans on Hold...
,4 lines in the current voting rights The three school board membersand
suits, as soon as school board two county commissioners pre-
a member Rodney Hall, In training In sent at the May 19 school board
Virginia with the armed services, meeting agreed to place further con-
returns home.It sideration of Plan II on hold until the
I \4 was agreed Monday night, May joint meeting can be held _
; 19, that School Board Chairman J.T.
Parrish will contact County Com- Plan Ills the one prosecuting at
\ : mission Chairman E.L. (Nook) Nor- torney David Lipman says is accep-
man about a meeting once Hall table now and supercedes all other
\ \ r 1 returns. The school board's latest plans. School board attorney Terry
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J 4t plan (Plan II), with two newly Brown reported at the May 12
-.kf 4'k 11 i drawn rural districts and one newly meeting that Lipman would) accept
drawn mostly Starke district, was only Plan II, and Lipman followed
i\-- stalemated May 12 when Rodney that meeting with a Mar 12 confirm "

. L., Hall's motion failed to get a second ing letter to attorney Brown and a
14"1 w.. from either board member Judy May 13 letter to county attorney'
, :'- Top Acadamicians at Tornado Land... Becker or Len Schlofman. Hall Reggie FI'nn.
ruefully stated he'd traveled 2,000
v Stralght-A students at Bradford High for the fifth six-weeks grading Alisha Gruen, Traci Clark. Boys: Robert Boone, Da\'III Thorpe, Robert miles only to have his motion die for "Anybodysaid wants the floor has "
.j. period are (1-r): Thorpe. lack of a second. it. Chairman Parrish
,t Girls: Yvonne Bobo, !Mickl Becker Lynn HolUendorf Erica Gruen, Latest development is word from when the redistricting plan came up
\ one of the plaintiffs, Mrs. Elizabeth at the end of a two-hour-plus session
: ': Waiker, that the plaintiffs have approved the night of May 19. Parrish
Nine Plan I, or the Jacksonville reported he'd talked twice with
Students Earn Straight A's at Bradford High plan and will accept only Plan I. It county commission Chairman E.L.
leaves the plaintiffs in favor of PlanI (Nook) Norman and they had .
;'. Nine of students .88 and the plaintiff's, attorney, David agreed no action would be taken at
1,003 or -
percent sonal fitness honors 9 fun-
Sophomores: English Carrie L. Foster, Sherri C, Harrell,
of the Bradford High student damental Lipman of Miami, saying only Plan the May 19 school board meetine ,
business skills and honors
'to earned Robert E. Boone, son of Mr. and LaTonya R. Jenkins, Melissa A. II is acceptable.The /
'.. body straight-A's for the 5th Mrs. Leslie Boone of Starke. Booneis physical science.. Miller, Phillip R. Moore, Tonda A. Bradford NAACP plaintiffsare School Board Member Len Schlof--
- ed six-weeks grading. period which end- enrolled in honors English 10, ad- Alisha J. Gruen, daughter of Dr. Moore, Audrey L. Pierce, Stacey L. not holding up a settlement by man asked, "Where are we at?"
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April vanced American history and and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke, Shuford, Maxine Ann Starling, Mit- the school board, Mrs. Walker stated "I don't know" said Chairman
. 79 students, or 7.8 percent I wood- Miss Gruen is enrolled in Spanish I, chel S. Starling, Cynthia L. Taylor, Parrish.
'. government, honors biology Wednesday morning May 22.
. of the student body, earned all A'sand
band and food and nutrition, algebra II, per- Anna M. Ward Pamela L. Will-
wind band ,
geometry, jazz commissioner Lawrence
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(\ B's for places on the A-B honor sonal fitness, honors English 9, fun- County School Board Member Judy
hall. ingham.
' study who will be in the black
'''; damental business skills and honors Mosley, ma- Becker asked, is there chance of
> roll.The any
: straight-A students are, by David M. Thorpe, son of Mr. and physical science. jority district if the county settles, a joint meeting? _
grade Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Sophomores : Michael E. and school board attorney Terry
: Thorpe is enrolled in woods, A-B Honor Roll Barber, Jason M. Brown, JenniferL. Brown are calling upon the elected The county would like to get
Seniors: geometry, honors biology I, algebraII : Brown, Jody L. Brown, Kim M officials to forget their political together and work something out,
I advanced American history and The 79 students, 21 seniors, 1". Burch, Dale D. Cassels, Todd M. preferences and work out an accep- ',aid Commissioner Lawrence
Tracie L. Clark, daughter of Mr. honors English 10, and juniors, 14 sophomores, and ::o '"GiOeiWPaters, Richard D. Kimutis, table compromise plan. Mosley. : I
and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. Miss government freshmen, on the A-B honor roll are, Esther A. Martin, Lori E. Sapp, "When?" asked school board
K Clark is enrolled in analytic Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and by grade: Spencer L. Smith, Angel R. Spell, Why the Changes...? member Len Schlofman.
t' geometry, chemistry I, standard Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Richard L Taylor, Joy E. Vellenga. A this week
prime question past
r English 15000 tutorial 12, speech, humanities at SES from and Thorpe is enrolled in algebra II, Seniors : Larry W. Barnhill, has been why the latest plan, :"Well, as quickly as possible,"
,
. program general shop, and honors biology I, Keith D. Gillmgham, John W. superceding the previous Plan Ior( said Commissioner Mosle'.
study hall. Spanish II, advanced American Green, Edward L. Hall, Irie John Freshmen : Patricia K. Bath, the Jacksonville plan) presentedMay School Board Member Rodney
:", Erica L. Gruen, daughter of Dr. history and government, geometry, Hamilton, Velesa M. Hampton, KimE. Shawna J. Blom, Lilly M. Burgess, 6 by prosecuting attorney Hall will be back from Virginia by
and Mrs. HaYry Gruen of Starke. and honors English 10. Hunter, Stephanie A. Mitchell, Julie A. Ferguson, Kemberly L. David Lipman in Jacksonville June 2, pointed out Chairman Par-
r -: Miss Gruen is enrolled in analytic Paul R. Moore, Katherine L. Fillyaw, Christi Harrell, Eric S which both the local plaintiffs andthe rish, saying "I hate to do much
" ',_ geometry, standard English 12, Freshmen : O'Hearn, Richard L. O'Steen Marla Hodge, Karen A. Hodge, Mack H. county commission had approved without the whole board Mosleyagreed
r;.+. speech, conversational Spanish, Micki L. Becker, daughter of Mr. R. Reddish, Stacey R. Reddish, Hunter, Tonya M. Klein, KimberlyA. ever came up. County commissioners the countwould' feel the .
t' chemistry I, tutorial program at and Mrs. Leslie Becker of Lawtey. Tamara M Rhoden, Rita Terese Lee, Donna K. McKelvy, Lisa J. still can't see why Lipman same
"t. ; SES, and study hall. Miss Becker is enrolled in honors Richardson, Michael A. Rowley, Mitchell, Wanda M. Mueller, SandraS. would care about the so-called Moslev said the county will leave
:r.' Lynn Holtzendorf, daughter of English 9, honors physical science, Robert W. Sutton Melissa A. Todd, Norman, Peggy N. Petteway, "white" districts as long as he had a calling "the joint meeting up to school
.,i.. Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Holtendorf of personal fitness, woodwind band, Deanna M. Tomlinson, Russell L. Melinda S. Powell, Carrie Shaw, black majority district which is the board Chairman Parrish and asked
Starke. Miss Holtzendorf is enrolled Spanish I, algebra I, and study hall. Trainor, Thomas R. Watson. Holly S. Shields, Barbara A. Smith, same in both of the plans. "That's Parrish to phone Chairman Norman .
, 'j' in standard world history, physics, Yvonne E. Bobo, daughter of Mr Jill Strickland, Tammy J. Tatum, what's bugging me a little bit. What when a joint meeting can be set up
:; brass band, Spanish II, comparative and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Juniors: Shilynn Chaff, Charles Arron Lee Thompson, Cassandra D. changed the plan between the time and the countcommission will
economic systems, honors English Miss Bobo is enrolled in drawing & M. Coburn, Deena L. Cox, MarilynE. Waddell, Tina C. Willingham, Shan- (county attorney) Reggie Flynn meet with the school board.
I'J. 12, and jazz ensemble. painting I. French I, algebra I, per Dickinson Dawn Marie Dinkelo, non Wendy Young. talked to Lipman and (school board
attorney) Terry Brown talked to Plan Liked...
Lipman," wondered Commission Two of plaintiffs, Mrs. Walker
Terese Richardson Nail Head Class of 1986"Celebrate Chairman E.L. (Nook) Norman Jr. and Jimmie Scott, told The
I Rusty this week Telegraph they had approved Plan I
Contacted Tuesday afternoon, before was submitted to the two
Youth" is this year's representative in the area 01' Starke. May 20, in his Miami office, attorney boards by attorney' Lipman in
class theme chosen by the 1986 Science. Rusty is very definite with Medallions. Robyn McNelle, Senior Lipman said he drew Plan II Jacksonville.
Senior Class, whose Graduation is his plans for the future, beginningwith Tracie LeAnn Clark, daughter of Class Sponsor, will make the presentation because it better cares for Incum- Scott said Monday, May 19,
set for 8 p.m Friday, June 6, in the a nursing aide class that he is Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. of seniors. bent positions. however, that as far as he knew, the
Bradford High School Auditorium. currently enrolled in, so that he can What makes the latest plan more plaintiffs were not contacted about
212 students are expected to work this summer as an orderly. In James Franklin Hayes, son of Senior Class Officers are: Tracie acceptable than the previous plan? Plan II.
graduate from this year's class The the fall, he plans to enter Santa Fe Mrs. Carolyn hayes of Starke. LeAnn Clark, President; Tamera "You never know in the Byzantine
exact number will not be known until Community College full-time, and Lynn HolUendorf daughter of MrRusty Ann Dempsey Vice-President ; (presumably meaning the antiquated Commissioners Hopeful...
graduation day. 208 students come enroll in the Registered Nursing Allison Sue Denmark, Secretary; )"world of Bradford County "If they want to lay it all out on the
from the class rankings. The other two-year program of study. "This Tricia Kay Lawson, Treasurer; politics, attorney Lipman told a table, 111 be glad to call a meeting,"
four students are special education will give me an income while I'm at- Senators Lynn Bowen, Monica Telegraph reporter. Commission Chairman E.L. (Nook)
students, who are not ranked.A tending the University of Florida as Maslowski, Latanya Tyson and Then Lipman asked, do you think Norman said Tuesday, May 20.
welcome address will be made a pre-med student," he stated. : the county commission would accept Norman agrees the meeting
by Russell Edward Nail Jr., who is Eventually, Rusty hopes to earn a ( the previous plan? It's possible, thereporter should wait until school board
this year's Salutatorian. Rusty was degree in medicine, though his field The 1986 gi'aduat t ing class chose as replied, the commission approved member Rodney Hall returns home
chosen as Salutatorian with a grade of speciality is as yet undecided. their motto "What we are today is that plan. Lipman said he d and can meet.Chairman.
.I what we've made of ourselves, but phone county attorney Reggie Flynn Norman remains
F r.. t now the time has come to cherish the right then (about 5:IS p.m. Tuesday, somewhat suspicious of how the plan.
The farewell Address will be made memories and move forward: to use May 20)), and did so. was worked out. Nobody knows what
by Valedictorian Rita Terese what we've learned for the future in "You may prove to bethe they did behind the closed doors,"
: Richardson. Terese, daughter of Mr. fulfilling our hopes and dreams." peacemaker In this," attorney Lip- says Norman. "We fE't'lllke there is
v i and Mrs. Allen L. Richardson, of i Y" The class flower chosen is red-tipped man told the Telegraph reporter. something that doesn't meet the
Melrose, has earned the title of white rose, and the class colors eye."
No Deal Cut...
Valedictorian! of the Bradford High chosen are scarlet t and gray.
School Class of 1986. With a 3.65 "I cut no deal," says School Board Commissioner Lawrence Mosley
Chairman J.T. Parrish, emphatically also suspects political maneuveringon
grade point average, and a constant '
Honor graduates chosen with a rural oriented somebody's part. "We need to sit
roll she has denying a voting .
position on the honor ,,+
also received the P.R.I.D.E. Awardfor grade point average of 303.4 are: district for southwest Bradford down, forget about political ambi-
and district Kelliene Ann Baldwin, Donna Kay County was drafted when he was tions, and get this thing over with,"
levels writing and at the the Dreamers county and Doers \ Barker, Larry W. Barnhill, Amy Lee behind closed doors May 6 in says Mosley. "The black district is
Clark, Allison Sue Denmark, Venus Jacksonville. set. Let's get to a happy medium on
Award from Walt Disney World Cor- I I' Doughman, Joseph E. Griffis. the other districts and go with it.
poration. Terese has received an Melissa P. Griffis, Erika Lee Gruen, School board attorney Terry Everybody's. going to have to give a
academic and journalism scholar- Edward L. Hall, Irie John Hamilton, Brown says it is untrue that he little.
ship from Mount Berry College, '..j ,' 1;., Sharon D. Martin, Tonja Shea Mc- negotiated in favor of any candidate.
Rome, Georgia, where she plans to J Cloud, Theresa P. McCollum, IrvingT. "That is an absurd rumor which is Who Acted hastily..?
major in English and elementary : r- i Katherine L. O'Hearn politcally motivated," attorney
Meres,Jr., It has been a bone of contention
education. She has enjoyed working 'f Richard Lee O'Steen, Stacey Joe Brown states. "Both Rodney Hall between the two boards about which
with children for the past four children's yearsin Parrish, Michael A. Rowley, and J.T Parrish have publicly acted hastily in approving the plans.
tutorial programs, Melissa Ann Todd, Deanna Michele stated that all negotiations were at
church Sunday school, and daycare _11 ; Tomlinson, Michelle Ann Watkins, the school board's direction and pursuant School board members accuse
+- Melissa S. Williams and James to their Instruction."An county commissioners of calling a 1
programs. Actively involved in student Phillip Wilson. quick May 7 meeting and taking has-
government, she has also beena Nail attorney's ethical obligationis ty action on Plan I, when no school
member of the tennis team, 19H6 BITS Sililltatorian to appropriately represent his board member except Len Schlof
and Ushers for thisyear's client's interest at their direction. I
Usherettes
at
various school clubs, youth group man could be present The countywas
her church, Fellowship of Christian and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf of Stark('. graduation ceremonies are: make no apology for representingthe hurrying because commis-
Atheletes, and in her spare time, Karen R. Martin, daughter of Mr. Shilynn Chaff, Chuck Coburn, Deena school board's best interest even sioners thought the school board was
f -41I does volunteer work with the elderly. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. Cox, Brad Green, Shcrrl Harrell, if it's contrary to the wishes" of cer- about ready for a final agreement,
Her hobbies include art, swimm- Audrey Pierce, Logan Ricks, tain county commissioners, Brown says Commissioner Maxie Carter
Terese Richardson ing, and reading. Kolioi'IHOII lo Spook| Stephanie Sams, Shaun Schmidt, stales.
1986 BUS Valedictorian The guest speaker at this year's Stacey Shuford, Ann Starling, Eric Commissioners, in turn, wonder
graduation will be Mr. Alan J. Starling Anna Ward, Greg Wigginsand Mrs. Eli/aoem Walker, present why Plan I was discarded. "To me,
1< point average of 3.5952.. A handsome Robertson, President of Santa Fe Pam Willin ham. with Brown, Lipman and Parrish in when they left Jacksonville that
1 redhead Rusty is the son of Mr. andy Five Bradford High School Community College. I the May 6 negotiating session in meant Lipman was agreeing to PlanI
Mrs. Russell E. Nail of Lawtey. students will graduate with high Jacksonville In the federal courthouse ," says Commissioner Carter "1
Photography and swimming are honors, meaning they have grade Other speakers will bo Tracie says she and Parrish never don't understand why he'd have
Rusty s main hobbies, and his activities point averages of 3.S or above. Theyare Jim Duncan Superintendent! of LeAnn Clark, Senior Class President said anything. In fact, Parrish left given Reggie Flynn that map, then
include President of the Na- : the schools, will be the presenter of Turnout Ann Dempsey will the room first, then she left, said next thing we hear there is another
tional Honor Society, Key Club the diplomas. Dr. Albeit J. Rot MCI', give the opening prayer and Allison Mrll. Walker, leaving the two map." Lipman told Reggie Flynn
member, assistant Editor of the Marsenna L. Brantley, daughterof Principal of the High School, will be Sue Denmark will give the closing lawyers, Biowjin and t.lpml1l1, In the he'd accept either plan "...and I
t Yearbook and P.R.I.D.E. local Mr. and Mrs. John Brantley of presenter of Senior Class prayer room. "Whatever: was done, the believe Reggie says Carter.





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.. .. Rep. George Crady, answers. but the measure passed the,House on more.
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.. ."-"". D-Yulcc, wanted to know where The voters in Crady's district turn May 19, and was sent on to the On the question of tougher restrictions
.c..IBorItaze..ns.. .. ..- Active Seniors... voters stand on certain major ed down both lotteries and casinosby Senate. on the sale of handguns, opi-

Ongoing weekly' classes in The Senior Center of hers various issues mailed an information questionnaire a wide margin. They turned down The voters are not In favor of nions were almost evenly divided, 51
nun i.imc/nccdU'Vtoi and Bible activities for senior citizens including to registered Democrats in public financing of political cam reinstating automobile inspection to 49 percent voting yes for more
slucK sue offend lit the Senior needlework, macramo, c.x- early April and got over 900 replies. paigns for the governor and cabinet stations and Alfred said the issue restrictions, but Allred said there
('('nl',1An t ere'ises !bingo, etc. The poll revealed that voters are members. Crady had voted for the would not surface as long as Governor wO'.ld be no action by this
AAIU Chapter I is being loi'in- The Center\ is open Monday almost! t evenly divided on five of the bill the first time It came up but Graham is in office Grahamwas legislature
I'd hero through Friday from 8:30: a.m. I to 4 10 questions, but remain conservative Allred( .staled that Crudy would vote"no" the prime mover in getting inspections The poll revealed that voters are
Thru.ire I tree blood prossurei p.m. and is located )behind' the new in much ol their thinking. Jim the next time abolished several years overwhelmingly: in favor of requiring
i c.ifliiigs every fourth Tuesd.iy courthouse( on the corner of Grand Allred, administrative aide to On the questions of mandatory use doctors to notify parents prior to
courtesy (01 Upjnl'ii.Tin and Georgia Streets. Grady staled that he had preparedthe of seat belts and safety restraints for ago.Although most of the counties in performing abortions for minors.
Contei' j is open Monday 'out.id Beverly McGee or questions in order that either persons riding in the back of a pickup the state are in trouble with their However, Alfred said the bill is
Ihi )ugh Fnd.i.v 8:30: a,m. to4 p.m., Teresa Wood at !iMi4-454.: for more "yes or no" would suffice for an truck, the vote was close but jails the voters turned down the pro- "dead in the senate."
.uni is located behind the new courthouse inloi'mat ion. answer" and that complex problems those opposed were in majority. position to levy a one cent sales tax The subject of tort reform was not
I on the corner of Grand and such as tori I reform, was omitted Crady opposed hot h measures as inIruiKemenls for the purpose of building or on the questionnaire! but Alfred said
(iiMirp.i Streets.: Contact Peggy MDA Benefit... because there are no simple /( on ix-i'simul' freedom renovating detention facilities. that Crady is aware of the problem
!Bal'l1l'III'l'lllt'I' director, phone i Alfred admitted that the counties and is seeking a solution that is
A garage sale, sponsored by ERA and the state face serious problemsin equitable to all.
ln 4 4345: for more Tnlornurtton.I'reRetirement .
to Questionnaire.
Tillm-OvAons is set May 31 with Responses Crady's .. this area and haven't found a

proceeds to )benefit the Muscular DAreyou) in favor ol a statewide-lottery( ? satisfactory solution.
: Dystrophy Association ( MDA), Yes 48% No 52% Rep. Crady agrees with the ma- THE BRADFORD
Your contribution) is needed lo jority of his constituents in thinking
Learn By Mail... help. For more informalioii, phone 2)Are you in favor of casino gambling in Florida? that the homestead exemption law COUNTY TELEBRAPH

Rot !Hi4-50( ask lor Karen. Yes 16% No 84% should be changed, in order that all Published every Thursdayat
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-II 01| hie It years affords can the a gieatph.i.i 3)Are you in favor ol a law that would require all passengers anddrivers homeowners should share in the cost 135 \V. Call Street
oppor-
lo wear seat bells? of government. Crady has co- Starke Florida 32091
lo do all of those ,
lumtv things you Free Blood Check.
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Yes 40;% No 54% sponsored a bill that would tax the
working
nevei had lime to do while
Second Class
A I roe blood PI''SSUI''Ilt'l'k will 4)Should) the Homestead! !Exemption: law, be changed to ensure that all first $10,000 and exempt the next postage paid at
1'l.mntiiH lor retirement be given the first! Tuesday ol every homeowners pay some minimum tax lo support schools and local city and $25,000, but Alfred said that bill isn't Starke FloridaSubscription

how i'\ ('I', is a major consideration. month from 1-4 p.m. in the library county governments? going to fly. Crady expects the Rates:
It can make the dill erence between lit t Bradford Ilos 4iital. A registered Yes 60% No 40% legislature to pass a b::' that would In-trade area: $12.00 ear

('tiov| rig I those leisure years or nose will issue blood pressure 5))Do you favor public financing of campaigns for cabinet members and exempt the first $5,000, then tax' 50 $7.00 six months per
sit ii gglI ig through them. cards, .record readings and check the governor? percent of the next $40,000. This
ll ii is never IOOl'al'lv to begin your pulse. Yes 18% No 82% legislation would thus allow full Outside area: $13 J per year
planning especially il you ore look- $25,000 exemption to those $6.50 six months
ing al retirement in live or 10 BUS Alumni... (iAic') you in favor of a law requiring people riding in the back of a homesteads appraised for $45,000 or
pickup truck to wear safety restraints?
\ e.n 1''' The Extension Service is offering A gt'm'J"lll11t't.(ing ol the LiralIord -
Yes 411% No 52%
a "' I\ part LearnBMail:
High School/ Alumni Association
series to assist in preparing for I is set Monday, Juno 9, al 7 7)lo) you think toughlcr restrictions should be placed on the sale of han SETS
1'l'111'\1lI'nt. Inloi'mat ion will be p.m. in the BUS library. dguns? SNAPPER
sent I to vour home for jour convo- All grads are urged to attend. Yes 51% No49%

memo HAre) you in lavor! of a law to reinslatcaulomobile: inspection stations?
II interested: contact the Ext>n- BUS QB Club... Yes 48% No 52% THE STANDARD.OUR
-ion i (oilico. phone !Mi4-G2llO.; Ext. .
211' The Quarterback Club of Bradford 9)Are) you in favor ol a law of a one-cent local sales tan to be used to
I High School is set to moot at build or renovate county jails( ?
Field: in. Tuesday, May 27, in the Yes 39! % No 61'Ji.10)A.t. REPUTATION IS WORTH RIDING ON!
Prayer Breakfast. House,
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Purpose ol the meeting is to elect ) you in favor of a law requiring doctors to notify a minor's When you climb aboard our rider you're riding on years of
1 Ir Paul Wagner, former rrns- new olficers. parents before performing an abortion for such minor? SNAPPER quality, engineering and innovations. SNAPPER
'1"11"to, India, is the guest! Yes 88% No 12% riders have earned their reputation in the Sunbelt where
-.(porker lor the Kiwanis prayer Business Questions.
.. most of the year.
1 iHt-.iklusi set at 7-30 a.m.I 27 grass grows
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Fi-llovvship Hull ol the First: A representative of the Small Time-tested performance makes the SNAPPER easy
I sited I Methodist: Church in Starke.I Business Development Center in operate and tough. For added safety and a smoother ride, '
I the\ public is invited Tickets, Gainesville, Bill Stensgaard. be Cost is $3 per person, including a Upcoming... SNAPPER riders now have automatic blade stop and smooth

,_ in lor adults and $2 lor children on hand in the Chamber" of Com- nW1I1. The Bradford County Zoning start clutch. These features are available for the SNAPPERyou

.i-id 1 senior citi/.ens can be purchasi merce office here from 9 a.m, until Chamber Mixer... Board is scheduled to meet at 7 now own. Ask your dealer for details.
i. l .II the Chamber of Commerce noon tomorrow (Friday May 23)) to p.m. Tuesday, May 27, in the Some other exciting and innovative features include on-

[K'lim.nk, Furniture, Mark's answer! questions. tarkc city hall. the-go shifting, SNAPPER'S famous disc drive and easy
rpisi-op.il: Church, or through any The purpose is to counsel persons The Starke Zoning Board is height adjustments. See our riding mower at your SNAPPER
KivA.mi.in; Interested in starting a business
up ,
The Chamber Mixer (for is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Thursset You'll it'sa
or in business and needing help May dealer today. see why
with a problem. Tu'sdllyl\1ay 27, from 5:30-7: day May 29, in the Starke city hall. reputation worth riding on. U It's a snap with

Dance. p.m. at the Job Services office oil/ ,
Square
.. '.he Bradford" County Commis- SNAPPEA
Business Seminar... Brow, nice Road behind the ,
K.iih: Tuesday! 8 p.m., Kingsley] Bradford-Un.on. Vo-Tech Center slcn.s regular first Mondayand SPRING SAVINGS
I I."ke Civic Center. Plus level. Liability concerns for the small lacing the north side ol Brad- meeting is set at 9:30: a.m, Mondaylord A dIVIsion of Fuqua Industries
1 D.uue, lirst Saturday of each business owner and/or managerwill Middle School. June 2 In the county courthouse. NOW!
month\, same place. 7pm.tvnikshop. be the topic at noon today The Lawtey city commission'sLook
\ .'. : B p.m. mainstream (Thursday, May 22)) in a seminar- for the signs. residents regular monthly meeting is set at
." ,. luncheon in the Western, Steer. will be served. Door prizes will be 7:30: p.m. Monday, June 2. FREE
II intcisii-d, m square dance Attorney( Bill Bessent and insurance given Purpose of the mixers is for 0 The! regular first) Tuesdaycommis sah
I li" -suns< > please| call {M54-7H55; : for company owner George Chamber and community members meetingthe Starke city Catcher
Roberts will address the slon is t at 7-30: Tuesday
inI information< > f I group. to become better( acquainted. s.l't p.m.
June 3. in City HaU or DumpCart



I Tornado Talk \i\ w ith each
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H\ :Michelle Hall p.m. on Friday, June 6. All !>seniors Presents \
participating in the graduation BREAD OF LIFEIn
sin. with this Saturday, May
ting ceremony are to report at 7 p.m.
J4 i ho<< Junior/Senior Prom will be
hi-ul<1 ,ii' the' Ironwood Golf and Coun- Seniors between at e to assemble the Fieldhouse on (the paved IIndGymn.lsium. St. John'10-10: I Jesus spoilllusr. words, "The thn-f tiiim-lh not. but for to steal,

I u I' Club in Gainesville starting at 9 area Roll call will be madeto untl lo kill, unit to dc'slroI: I uni tonic tlul they might havelife, acid that they might
I'| III with picture-taking beginning determine position in line. has it more abumlanlly", Are you experiencing abund.int life of Christ? You
"i'' (0 p m Monday, May 26 is All male graduates will wear m.iy lie barely getting l h>' in this life with \m little peace or joy, maybe )ou even attend -
MIIIIOIUI! Day, a holiday for dress shoes with socks ( black church and pay your tithes but lire vim realty experiencing a relationship with
,1'1 I 'nil< nts and teachers. Friday May preferably), a tie, dress :shirt and the Christ of the Si'riptures?Jesus wants >ou lo live a hnl l>' life, I cli-Mrri for you to r
in is I the last: day Seniors will attend dress pants. All female graduatesare be strong and not weak lo be full of ji) and 11"11"'. Me drsires you to look unto Hun

.ill i lassos. Monday, June 2, Seniors to wear a dress: or :skirt/blouse and Him .,Inlll'.
,,II' to pick up their cap and gowns combination, and dress shoes So man)' times \ve find oursclscs licking It) the arm of flesh hoping lo find that
hiiuM-n, 8.10 a.m. at the front (pl't'I'ablyhite, or beige). which seems to be missing in our his vs und I" uu,111I1I' arm of the llesli, (man) simply
i "in.tci. in the office. Tuesday June At 7 p.m., seniors are to assembleon fails lo provide us with Ilial whiiliAT need and are so desperate for.
> Irma"s ure lo clear all debts wilhlionkkiopor the paved area between the When it comes right down lo the fads, II ',"'t leally matter whit nil) man or YE AH LIMITED WARRANT*
I (Mrs.: Prevatt) between Fieldhimse and Gymnasium. At 7 orgam/atiim thinks but what docs Christ think and what does He say in His word
K\ i in .1 111 al the front counter.Klncsd.i.v. : 15. roll call will be made to determine As- u Christian you hIV\I"'n born-agaill and placed In the family Cod. this abundant ASK ABOUT SNAP-CREDIT WITH LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS.SEE .
\\ June 4, seniors are to
: cards between 810i correct position and to life Christ spoke of i is- now ours Wr' are.now overcome! because I h' has overcome YOUR YELLOW PAGES FOR THE SNAPPER !DEAER: NEARFS1 ou
piik up report t'liminalOIll'S who are not atten( and has provided" us with all we need to 'live victorious Christum life
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.Jinn "i, t is gralualion practice at the ding.tention.This At requires 8 quietness the processionalbegins and at- God) lives in you and' Ills greater than ".klll'''. sin, poverty', oppression He hatsprovided STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
p.m.
with iihumlan! life and total vu tory liS II Christ iin.
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Pastor Hich.ird Norman
I I inliJune, 6, is the graduation assigned seats. Please remain standing
( Mcnionv ul the football stadium until processional is completeAs Pud Advertisement
si.u rI ling al R pm. Also, seniors are to soon as the processional "Pomp
IIK'k.up "school record pictures and and Circumstance": is completed,
)i"-.oIth card at the (front counter bet- the program will start with the

seen 8-10 a.m. prayer (at that time, men will r1
Tht"III be no senior final ex- remove caps), Caps will remain oil/ vrf
...nns( \ unless one is needed by a par- through the National Anthem, the
I tuulai I student in c..rd'rtoaltempt to pledge to the /flag, and the invoca-
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I.IIMa I grade or pass a course. tion. At the close of the prayer _
Disc" uss (his! with your teachers. The replace caps and be seated. At 8:15: ,
t tinal course grade will be determined the Gradual Ceremony will a ___
li\ averaging the six six-weeks begin. This is an important event in jI

1a .ales your life ... treat it as such. You are
Fiid.is May 30. is the last full on display before the communityThe
school day lor seniors. You will way that you conduct yourself e .- .
luitiie. Irom the schedule that an
during this ceremony is a reflection o
i '.cnl oi'curing at school is schcdul11 upon you, your parents, your !>school a
I'i l 1101 1 each day of the week June 26. your church and community. Re-

Vnm< > attendance is required. main seated until your row is called cbicr- ,
Seniors; on campus during the to receive diplomas. The entire row .
wn-k ol June 2-6 art required to attend stands and remains standing until
t I ho activity scheduled for that the next row is called. You may then _
daand. I then leave the campus. be s\'a It'd. _
:Students on campus following the .
.K I I tiv.iu ol the day are expected logo Following the presentation of
in. Hi'u regular class. diplomas by Mr Duncan will be the
Alma Mater and benediction
Graduation ceremony... Seniors will rise! and men remove(

(;<...filiation: ceremonies begin at 8 caps. Remain standing following the
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Eastern Orthodox 9:15: is the approximate time thecpJ.t'mnny Snack Plus 3 PC. Dinner 9 PC. Family Meal 15 PC. Bucket
will be completed.
!Siincl.iv Services 11 am
$2.95 $8.39 $8.49
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,minion,,, ,1.111, work Con,,' join us in SISTER SOPHIE RAYLENE Get 3 pieces ol the Colonel s 0'igm.il, Get ') pieces ol the Colonel s Original'
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/ John Wilson I Advisor t mashed potatoes and gravy cole slaw j large mashed potatoes large gravy j Recipe or Extra Crispy'" Chicken lor
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If you a,. lost and don't know *)hr. lo e mashed potatoes and gravy, I tor ccmbina. e good only for combination white/dark e
Coupon good only for only $8 39 with this coupon
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Register Tells Board ""--'I\i\!!! :"" "
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We Need 12 More Buses"We ,, h t, ..L,.f/. :It,'-, ...."II',,, r '. .. .." ...'

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need 12 new school buses this seven a.m., with few exceptions for -

year I! but I recommend we purchasenine those who live near the county line .1 I u -

," !staled Director of Operations beyond Brooker and Northwest of A t '

leiinard Register as the School Lawtey. They may have to be readyby d i
Hoard visited the Operations Center 6:30: a.m. \ aYsl % w f r ( !

Tuesday( night, May 6. The meeting was held in the : '
Center the metal ,;: 4: I kAAV
Although only two card memberswere Operations green tti
present, Leonard Schlofmanand building where the buses arc stored -

Chairman J.T. Parrish, just west of Bradford Middle School

Register presented budget requests The center was exceptionallyclean C41sSW

lor the three areas of his concern. and well kept. Register commented -

Superintendent Jim Duncan, Coordinator on the condition of the facility 7 rx

of Computer Services Dr. pointing out that \it had been in

Steve Miller and four maintenance use for nine years.Thc bus drivers

employees were in attendance, in left the meeting when the subject!

addition seven school bus drivers. moved on to other issues.
The vehicle listing included 12 rr.

Bus Needs... utility units, with the newest being a
1978 model.! Two of the 12 have
Register handed out a list of county -
recently been junked, and six of the
owned buses which showed a total
of 41 units, four of them being 1971 remaining have more than a hun i

models with 569,131 miles. The list dred thousand miles each.need Register is A 1. rrr ',')r .LW .... s. 11'lr.. .. .. ., ..
indicated that the county had pur- stated that their greatest a "' '-' 1.------ / -- ? '- .- M- '- .- ...., ;- -'IJ.:
vehicle for 1'z-ton'
utility was a
chased approximately four units chassis with a box body for moving Sturke Elementary Smarlies...
each year since 1971, with the excep-
tion of 1975 and 1976. There were no supplies in inclement weather. The third, fourth uiul firth grader m, Mi';iil hl Vs on heir report lalelon Ain> Pjiirixli Toni DrSur, J,"llel} Hunts.: Stephen liiirlx-r, ,

buses purchased during those two Superintendent Duncan expectsthe cards fur the( fourth six week girding period Cult in Walker, Iauae"oute: mill ICslvllii Ociilon.In .

years. Orders for three buses were State Department of Education From left to right 011 the front row: Jrimilrr Sullivan F"lilla'HII., \\VnThornloii the rear I rum lift Iu right : Justin Kiluurds: ('ulldii"I'III: III. ..J.'lIlIiI''I'I

placed in the Fall of 1985, but have to mandate the purchase of specialty tI!>. Ciissumlru Janis! GuinocterrAdanls,11.1k :M \esilt. Julie Shailil, Jim Spear| ,, UarrllllIlIg.. Cr.vslal fircrr. ('andice'I'aslor.. I

not been received. It takes nine to vehicles to vehicles handicapped Walker and Eat ma! Hampton.In SUiiliiift. H ten months to get delivery. children. These will require I the iniililli' row from h.rl( to right : Smith p..ld.II.'lilIPut.'I. Tiiiiiani dish Koliin Ite !islcr! and KislianiM Spixmcr.AARP \
lifts and air conditioning.
hydraulic
Duncan stated he expects to gel
radios for 37
$:>0,000 lor bus purchases this year, Register requested which bid. r 1
buses and a base station to provide space, they can construct with Huruioaua lui lUbM-i::: uiiiuuiuscould
which will buy one large diesel unit, communication at all times betweenbus in-house personnel, providing that be handled routinely. f
or two small ones. materials be included in the ;
may .
drivers and the school, for an j4
Driver estimated cost of 22000. He also requested budget. Board members Schlolman and ,
Problems.. an engine stand and lifting Parrish joined in a I lengthy discus-

Bus drivers discussed some pro- crane to accomodate diesel engines, Immediate Repairs.., sion concerning the use of inmatesby I I r511 sp4

blems and offered suggestions for which weigh approximately 1500 Register submitted a listing of 26 the Operations Center. They sug-

improved scheduling. Register ask- pounds. He asked that the board con- items that require immediate atten- gested that maintenance personnelcould

ed them to put suggestions in writingand sider replacing two underground tion to facilities throughout the coun- be better\ utilized in supervising -

submit them to his office by the fuel storage tanks that show ty. These items were presented to inmates thereby obtaining

end of the month. lie stated that bus evidence of rusting.In the board for information, showing leverage. The final consensus was

drivers have the hardest jobs in the reviewing needs for the Operations the work load to be accomplishedprior that inmates could be extremely' 1 1I

school system, and that every Center, Register requestedthree to the next school term. helpful on many projects, but may

parent should ride a bus at least new positions, one carpenter, Superintendent Duncan advised not be an asset on some jobs. Schlol-

once. Bradford County school buses one mason and a groundskeeper, Register to submit a priortized man, who is employed by the

begin picking up children about justifying each position as being listing to his office, and he would Department of Corrections\ on a

essential to maintaining school authori/e all repairs possible at this part-time basis, offered (to lend his

facilities throughout the county. time. He reminded Register to sub- assistance in contacting the Department -

(r. Operations need additional etnrace' mit purchases exceeding $2,000 for and selecting inmates.



4ar Riverland Music dub Holds Annual Festival

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Riverland Music Club, a memberof entertainment. Martin. French Horn solo by Becky I t .

the National Federation of Music Piano solos were presented by Tarleton accompanied by Neil

Clubs, hosted its sixth annual Sun- Jeanette Fairfield, Holly Stafford!, Brooks. Piano duets by Elouise

day Afternoon Musical May 4, at Allyson Beutke, Kelly Leach, James Ramsey and Nell Mann and Elouise

Brooker Baptist Church. Smith, Shannon Rymer, Joy Cason, Ramsey and Allyson Beutke. Piano
Tommy Cox welcomed the au Terri Kennan, Amber Holl- and flute duet by Kevin Starling and

dience. Riverland Music Club President ingsworth, Maria Bonesio, Silvio Carie Foster. r,{ 8924.Aar

Mrs. Nell Mann, read Mayor Cavaceppi and Denyse Stafford. Following the program
Blake Hamilton's proclamation refreshments were served. .
observing May 4-11 as Natonal Organ solos was presented by

Music Week.Performers. Michael Mucciarone. Vocal selec-
Wins Award.
from the Riverland tion by Amber Hollingsworth ac- Meeting Held... Dimples Improvement ..

area (Bradford, Union and Alachua companied by Dene Ward. Flute trio An organizational meeting of the Dilll.lh'11'( ; ''. ""Old l> ) Kerslieel !i-etehes. HrailUrd! Impi'(>\eineiil

,counties) provided a variety of Joy Caspn!. Kathleen Lennon. Honor local chapter of the American Award presented l h\ the :Slai ".'-B..udl..1 ('ha inhit' of' Commerce, for

Association of Retired Persons was flay; from Committee Chairperson Susan, Faulkner.

Authorities Busy With Bomb Scares held on Thursday, May 15, at the Dimples Stile: Shop I 117 I S. Thompson. in downtown SI a ike' is newly I
'd.'l''I..II'II inside unit mil.
Senior Cili/.ens Center.
e Starke City Police and County Deputies were kept busy for about six*

hours Tuesday, May 20, with what turned out to be, thankfully, a hoax. ... Is
( What appeared to be a' black male called several businesses and

A / schools starting at 10 a.m.'May 20 saying a bomb was in the buildingand

I I quickly hung up, said Investigator David Aderholt.
The county and city responded to a call from Bradford Union
Curtis L. While, Sr.
Guidance Clinic and then the county checked the Handy-Way at SR-16 Call ForwardngN

and CR-225 and then with Lawtey authorities checked Lawtey Elemen-

Gospel Sing Set tary School. All turned out to be false reports.

Several places including Vo-Tech and RJE Head Start, Koch's Drugs,

and Winn-Dixie were among those contacted in Starke, said Chief Jim- Things work out

At BIIS my Bowen. "We responded to each call as quickly as manpower would

allow. Thank goodness no bomb was found," said Bowen. "We immediately -

There will be a concert at Brad- put taps on telephones in the area and there is a likely

ford High School on Saturday, May possibility we will catch whoever made the calls," said Chief Bowen. when your calls keep up

24, at 6:30: p.m. "You have to take them seriously. You can't take a chance," said

The "A Touch of Harmony", lead Chief Bowen. Employees in one store said! the caller just said, "There'sa

and directed by Curtis L. White, Sr. bomb in the store; and hung up. It was several hours before officials calls at the same do.
Call Forwarding phone pace you
means your go
of Lawtey will perform. could search all the places of business.
Please don't miss one of Florida'sbest There is a $5,000 reward for anyone who reports an individual making Because by dialing a simple code you can automatically transfer them to

gospel singing groups. Admis- ,such threats to school property providing there is a conviction.. any local number where you'll be. Or when you leave town to the home of a

sion is reel friend or relative. So to unfriendly callers, it seems like you're home, even

I when you're not.

PUBLIC NOTICE Call today to find out more about Call Forwarding. So whenever you leave

Ai provided by Chapter 197 Acts of 1974 Notice Is hereby given 1987 warrant! will be Issued thereon and the Tax Collector will in
know shape.
home good
that tangible personal! property taxes assessed for the year 1985 apply to the Circuit Court for an order directing levy and seizureare ,you you're
now delinquent and beginning April I I.such taxes are drawing of the tangible personal property of the taxpayers for unpaid
of and additional cost.The names of delinquent per-
Interest at 18 percent per year plus the proportionate cost taxes penalties
publishing this notice and delinquent cod Unless the amounts set sonul property taxpayers and the amounts of taxes Including the
opposite each name below are paid prior to the 30th day of April._ cost of advertising for the first month's penalty of delinquent cost i
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. School Board Chairman Denies 'Deal' : Suaaests Federal Court Plan Districts

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l M 0',li Editor:
Board slow down its settlement negotia- behind closed doors. suggested that coun- I have previously indicated. that any gerry-mandering is not for
I'hi' Bradford) County Telegraph has tions. If county officials want a fair settlement ty residents needed fairer representationand political reasons and that both city and
'I (,\it'hed its public trust and owes several they would have waited until the NAACP attorney David Lipman drew Similarly, the four questions raised by county residents are represented fairly.
a> ,ipU- .111 apology. A newspaper has an'cat following night when a majority of the the new proposal to give county residents the Telegraph editorial are misleading and I hope that the Telegraph will now print
obligation; to report the news ac- School Board could have been in attendance equal representation.At easily answered. First, the Courts will require both sides to the story and apologize to the
ii ..iti'ly and even-handedly. Instead, the and when the new NAACP settlement least one County Commissioner ad- that both School Board and County innocent people it has hurt
: i I-graph in its editorial of May IS, 1986 I proposal could have been discussed. mitted he opposed the new NAACP plan Commission districts be identical. They Sincerely,
,1 .trticle titled "County's Objections Letterto Both the County because the proposed district hurt him will not be different. Second, nothing is going J. T. Parrish,Chairman
.1 I us, Settlement of School Board Suit" ficials received the CNAACPasettle politically. Similarly, both proposals carve to happen to Lawrence Mosely if the Bradford County School Board
,sled! certain individuals in their ment proposal on Thursday, May., 1986. out a city district for Len Schlofman by school board settles its case. Third, Schlof-
u anon of falsehoods and cover-up of On Friday, May 9, 19B6! a settlement pro- abolishing the district formerly man will not be without a district. Both the
11 nth posal signed by the NAACP attorney was represented by Pat Spengler. was clearat plan favored by the County and the plan *
received and made available to the public. Monday's meeting that other elected of- considered by the School Board carves outa (Editor's Note: The above letter makes
I {telegraph- editorial of May 15, 1986 theEditor I Then on Monday, May 12, 1986, the School ficials were acting out of self Interest. I special city and country club district. frequent reference to the "latest NAACP
.:;K stwl 1 that NAACP attorney David Board met to consider the new and only approved hope that the Telegraph will print in the Finally, the elections office has advisedthe proposal" and the "new NAACP plan". Asa
!nn.i..in. attorney 1 Terry Brown and myself proposal it had from the NAACP. future the real reasons behind everyone's school board that there is plenty of matter of fact, the president of the local
"i pi .i-d! county commissioners and Obviously, this latest proposal was not a "public statements. time for all the parties to continue the that he and his organization,
oat! board members with a new settle- "bolt from the blue" or a "bomb" as sug- Instead, the Telegraph elected to print a negotiation process.I as plaintiffs in the suit for single member
'Mi' proposal at a May 12, 1986 school gested by the Telegraph.The rumor that attorney Terry Brown had don't know where we go from here. districts, were satisfied with Plan I, sinceit
.ii'il meeting. The truth is that the latest negotiated the newest plan for the benefitof Everyone seems to be trying to protect accomplished their goals, and were not

Mli'ini-nt proposal was made known to only "bomb"" dropped in the Mon- City Commissioner Jimmy Crosby. This their own political turf and are unwilling to aware of Plan II being injected into the
h utility and school board officials day, May 12 meeting was when county attorney was incredible. At no limn was Crosby's compromise. Perhaps, it would be best negotiations. A member of the group fur-
"n \10 the County Commission meeting of Reggie Flynn told school board name mentioned. The latest plan was that a Federal Judge draw the district ther stated Wednesday that Plan I was the
1 1.\ 7 19H6! Nevertheless, the Countyiumuin That be assured only plan they would accept.)
n I adopted a settlement members that the NAACP would acceptthe negotiated at my direction for the reasons. maps. way everyone can
pro-
plan adopted by the County. It was
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'.1 ii I They already knew had been
later verified in a letter by NAACP attorney -
I1 li, .I'i .tn and superceded by a new pro- - -
"il icitain County officials knew David Lipman and reported in the
Gainesville Sun that the latest NAACP pro- Alochuo/ Trail Indian
i J.it i!heir meeting that a new settlementi was Highway
posal was the only plan acceptable to
i .d was in the overnight mail to"III
Plaintiffs and that the County plan had in
the
Rather than discuss new plan
nh t lie public, county officials deceived fact been rejected.

I i .public by adopting a setllementJro- I publicly said in Monday's meeting thatI North and South Along Trail Ridge
''s il i hat had already had sought changes in the districting planto

i SAAC'PH make it fairer to the outlying areas. I

< J or. the past several months the County believe that both county residents and city The name of Ann Munroe appears in the merger with the Newnansville-Road, and overtaking their friends, and with night
'emission' has been urging that the residents should have an equal input into 1830 census roll when the area that is now turned sharply south, following a path approaching, the young man urged his
i 1",1 Board and County Commission act our school system. I, honorer, did not Bradford County was still a part of much the same as the present route of U.S. horse forward, in the hope of catching up.
unison and pleading that the School make any "Deal" with the plaintiffs Alachua. In the troubled days before the 301 from the river to Waldo. From there, At last they realized they had taken the
outbreak of the Second Seminole Indian the Alachua Trail continued south to the wrong road and were lost. Darkness final-
War this was a sparsely settled area present location of Windsor near Newnan's ly surrounded them, and they found their
because of conflicts brought on by at- Lake, and on to Micanopy.At horse worn out and hardly able to travel.
tempts to force the Indians out of this area To add to their fright, they saw, at a short
etHTOTdAlSOn and into reservations that had been made distance from them, a party of Indians
available to them in the unproductive land "fire hunting" for deer with torches of pine
of South Florida. knots.

-: hllllilllliHIIIHIgMMMma During these troublesome times Mrs. The brother stopped the carriage and,
Munroe had a farm on the old Alachua under pretense of scouting the Indians,
Trail that ran north and south about three deserted his sister, and fled on foot.

miles east of Starke, along Trail Ridge, an The girl, who was described as "entirely
Redistricting Issue Needs ancient sand dune area which was formed unfitted to encounter any fatigue or hard--
when Florida was first emerging from the ships." soon suspected her brother's

sea in prehistoric times. The Indians had treachery, "left her seat and fled, she
long used the Trail in their migrations between knew not whither."
Cooperative Effort Florida and their hunting and fishing
grounds farther north. After running until she was almost ex-
hausted, she found herself unable to con-
Mrs. Munroe's farm was located about tinue, wrapped her cloak around her, and
where State Road 230 now crosses the threw herself on the gound. "Soon, that
I'he introduction of a new plan last With member Rodney Hall out of the Bradford-Clay County line, an area that one time, Columbia county extended sweet restorer of nature-sleep-buried her

ek for redistricting Bradford County state until June 2, the School Board has was mined for ilmenite and other minerals easterly to Trail Ridge and included the fears in oblivion, and she lay there until

obtain a single member district with reached a stalemate, delaying any fur- several. years ago by the Du Pont Com- description area that is of now the eastern Bradford boundary County.of Columbia The- morning, when she arose, and looking
pany.In
>Kick voter has created ther action the around her, saw nothing but the tall tower-
majority un- on redistricting matter County at that time, as enacted by
those ing as far the could reach. She
Mrs.Munroe's as
sparsely populated days
pine
eye
confusion in situation until his the territorial Council in
essary a that return. With the qualifying Legislative 1844,
still the and
farm was evidently a stopover was on road, now decided to
.
I rued well on the way to satisfactory period for fall elections starting July 14, point for travelers in search of food and followed the Alachua Trail along the Ridge"to retrace her steps to the spot where she had

.r ,Jill ion under the original Plan I sub- it is hardly possible that either the rest, and its location is shown on a military Fort Mrs.Harllee Munroe's Road.on" the Thus Black did Creek-Mrs. left the carriage.
'Il'd<1 b\ the School Board earlier this School Board map now displayed in the small museumat
plan or a compromiseplan
Munroe have her name used as a land- Fortunately, a scouting party from a
nI with the County Commission could Olustee Battlefield State Park in Baker mark in the Columbia County boundaryact. nearby fort sighted the girl and when the

i I' m II creates a new voting be worked out to present to court and be County. soldiers approached, and she realized who
Based on the meager information they were' she raised her hands to heaven
I t t net composed largely of the most approved in time for the redistricting avalable! it is believed that Mrs. Munroe Authorities on early roads and trails con- and burst into a flood of tears.
to be in place that candidates sider it remarkable, in view of changing
"pmoiib portion of Starke, bounded on process so operated a "rest stop" in the days of horse-
., uoi'th by Highway 16 and on the would know what district they were run- drawn vehicles, offering food and rest for patterns of modern transportation, that After the girl revived she inquired about
stretches of the old Indian Trail
many remain her brother, and one trooper said, in a toneso
I ui t h by the city limits line, except for a ning in by July 14. weary travelers: in use today. low she did not hear him, "I hope he will

i< 01, two, presumably done to draw The introduction of Plan II for some Also in this area was an Indian War fort, A five-mile' 1 segment of the' trail is'still never be heard of again,"

'l'Ict i lines to accommodate incum- unexplained reason, has delayed any Van Cortlandt, built for the protection of plainly visible in the Camp Blanding reser- Such
early settlers around Kingsley Lake and was life along the old
'I""i nt, hoard members, so that each further negotiations with the County elsewhere in the sandhill area of Trail vation west of Kingsley Lake, starting at in the days of the Indian Wars.Alachua Trail
uM, remain in a district in which he Commission toward a mutually Ridge. the checking station on Highway 16 and

Milesi agreeable plan. The Plan II reshuffling Bits of broken crockery, bottles and State terminating Road 225 near east the of Joe Lawtey.Starling This home stretchof on

i ho proposed new "Starke" district of lines in three Commissioner districts other household items have been found in the trail is well worn, being used by

i 18tt1S I J 57.6 percent of the city's may or may not be acceptable to that recent years at the site of Mrs. Munroe's, hunters in the Blanding Wildlife Manage- USDA Commodity
Board, which had seemed to be leaning as well as Spanish coins dating back to ment Area, and also by some Du Pont Distribution Dates
lotion and 59.7 of the
percent 1,277 in 1773, and several American coins, in- employees as a short cut between the com-
1'1' i lihed voters residing within the city the direction of approval of Plan I. cluding a three-cent piece dated 1833, and pany's Trail Ridge and Highland<1 plants Suwannee River Economic Coun-

11IIs. So far, no one has offered a reason for others from 1840, 1846 and 1851. The coins : cil, Inc., announces the distribution
the switch to Plan II by Attorney David were salvaged by Kenny Scarbro, a From, the checking station on Highway ol USDA commodities.
: he voters in the Plan II district at maintenance engineer with the Du Pont 16, the route of the trail continued Commodities must be picked up
>' .sent look to the City Commission, Lipman, who is handling the suit Company, from the sump of the dredge southwesterly through the area presently only at the sites designated on the
her than the County Commission for brought by the local Chapter of NAACP that sucks up ilmenite ore from a moving being mined by Du Pont, and the route is card. You must present your current
for single member districts. lake. no longer defined. It can be
needs road construction and Mr. Lip- picked up card to receive commodities. You or
i in man stated again, however, after it reaches SR 230 either of two alternates
several months ago that he The discovery of the 29 old coins in a designated
1 i nntenance, zoning matters, garbage and continues through the Joe Griffis pro- pick the commodities.
did not wish to attend conferences with small area along Trail Ridge indicates activity may up
niiection, and other such services. the two around Mrs. Munroe's place. It is perty, southwesterly to;'I.U.$ -301 ftt this.Santa Special Note If you have trouble
boards because he did lj.T- .
county
Fe River. I I' .
I heidore there is very little that could easy to picture tired travelers stopping : standing, please bring a folding lawn
not want to become
,.' done by a Starke-elected County involved with local there for a meal and a night's rest for idea chair so you can be more comfor-
Some of the hazards encountered
by
politics. But that is what he did tableUSDA's.
exactly themselves and their horses.
nmissioner that could not be done
1 1 1 by travelers on the early roads around 1840
when he Food
submitted Emergency
i Commissioner.. As far as service Plan II, changing But whoever Mrs. Munroe was, and was given by an early correspondent for Assistance is available to
program
his district is concerned, there would the lines of three County Commissioner whatever type of establishment she "The Army and Navy Chronicle." Accor- all eligible recipients regardless of

little'! need for a "Starke County Com- districts and one School Board district, operated in the barren sandhill country, ding to this story, two horse-drawn car- race, color, national origin, age, sex
ussioner" since member which had nothing to do with the suit. she must have been of considerable impor- riages, traveling together, left Garey's or handicap.
single The black district, which was the sole tance to travelers, both civilian and Ferry (on Black Creek at Middleburg) Distribution sites and dates are as
i ist nets will tend to make board military.The headed for Newnansville. In one carriagewas follows
purpose of the suit was identical in both :
,
members district-conscious a man and his wife in the other
more ; a WEDNESDAY
21 LAWTEY
plans. Alachua Trail, a north-south route May ,
H t her than county-as-a-whole conscious for Indians and other travelers, was well brother and his sister, whom he had Recreation Center (Middleburg

Voters in a "Starke" district Jimmy Scott, president of the local known in the colonial period of America, a Florida brought sunshine from New would England hoping the Rd.), 10 a.m.-2:30: p.m.

might find they had elected a NAACP chapter, which brought the fact pointing to long aboriginal use. It health. Both couples stopped restore their her ailing car- THURSDAY, May 22, Old RJE
started at the Altamaha River in North School Building, 10:30: a.m.-4 p.m.
t figurehead I commissioner who wasii suit, says his group was satisfied with Georgia and continued to the Alachua riages at a settlement in the sand hill FRIDAY, May 23, Old RJE School

.' .i> IH less "excess baggage". Plan I since "it gave us what we Lands around Micanopy, region to give their horses a rest, and obtain Building, 9:30: a.m.-1:30: p,m.
wanted." The NAACP did not requestthe refreshments for themselves.' The TUESDAY, May HAMPTON City
Another apparent weakness of Plan Plan II changes and were unawareof Entering Florida just east of the Big married couple resulted their journey Hall, 10 a.m.-2:30: p,m.
IIi Bend of the St. Mary's River, it ran first, and by the time the brother and sister WEDNESDAY, May 28, SPEED-
I i- thai it could result in different lines any negotiations or reason for straight down Trail
any Ridge in a path got under way the first carriage was out of VILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist
being drawn for School Board districts Lipman to submit a new plan. roughly following the dividing line bet sight. In an attempt to catch up with their Church, 10 a.m.-l:30: p,m.

"tad County Commission districts-an Therefore the remainshowand ween present Clay and Bradford Counties. traveling companions, the brother hastily WEDNESDAY, May 28, BROOKERCity
question
The Trail continued along the Ridge, pass- took the road the
at fork
unnecessary that would wrong on crossing Hall, 10 m.-l:30: p.m.
complication
why did Plan II come into ? ing just west of Lake for
being Kingsley several
create more confusion for Trail Ridge instead of the one going by the Cheese, honey, rice and flour will
voters
at miles until it reached the Santa Fe Riverat Munroe farm.
election Plan II would necessitate splitting six be distributed this month Please bring -
time. Many voters cannot even a point near the present fire tower on
present voting lines After traveling for time without a box or bag to put your com-
now remember their voting precinct precinct whereas U.S. 301, Here it broke awav from its some modities in.
Plan I would
!number, much less the boundaries of split only four Therefore, ,
School) Board and County Commission Plan II would cause considerably more

't...Irids. It is easy to imagine the dif- faced confusion with among voters, who will be Newspapers Valuable to Early HistoryOf

''i.nines arising from changing voting habits of -
untangling threes rl LETTER TO
long standing. THE EDITOR:
of l r" t
lines-precinct lines
County Bradford-Alachua Area
( ommi-!- ,ion lines, and School Board Although time is short, it is still hoped Speaker SaysThe

lines that the two boards will get together and --'

resolve their differences in
time for
But this could well happen if the Count orderly change in redistricting, involv-an recording importance and preserving of newspapers state and in these Cemetery early which settlers.Ms. were. named for Plan I Is Fair

t Commission and the School Board ing only one set of district lines--not two. local history was emphasized by Crawford writes a Sunday col- And Workable
t .til to agree on a mutual plan for Barbara Crawford, of the umn on area history in the ;
But unless Plan
II '
Is
quick action is taken, there Gainesville Sun staff at Not
districting. Should the School Board a meeting of Gainesville Sun, and frequently uses
submit its may not be sufficient time to adopt new the Bradford County Historical material obtained from microfilmed
first and
plan obtain Editor
court ap- district lines by qualifying time, star Society last Thursday night. copies of The Teleguph which are Telegraph:
proval, it is Redislrictmg our has
generally conceded that county certainly
ting July 14. One alternative in that available at the Bradford County
become .
case
a
mother judge in another court faced Ms Crawford said .there were of these problem.It
Library. Many date
would be papers
to postpone county elections is obvious that PLAN I is
'A ith a different plan submitted by the some periods of Florida history that back to the 1870s, '80s and 90s. accpetable
( ounty Commission until next spring, which could be done if would still be a blank if it weren't for A charter and by-laws for the new- and a plan the county commissioners and
would tend to "go ordered by the court, but would be an old newspaper files, preserved on ly organized Historical Society were the School Board can live with. PLAN 1111
long" with the School fair and '
Board evenly tioned.
plan in microfilm. She reviewed the early appoi
additional and presented by President Arnold
under to avoid the confusion of differing the unnecessary, expense to history of three Gainesville papers, Weeks and adopted. It was announced A mix of County and City residents is far
fisliicts.( county. The Sun, The Advocate, and the Daily that the June meeting will be held more acceptable than a plan that benefits
and Weekly Gainesville Bee. All of only a small few. A meeting behind closed
Thursday, June 19, in the Sante Fe I doors to
them were established in the 1800s Community College conference negotiate an issue that is impor-
I and the Sun is the only one of the room. tant to the whole county should not be
.1
-- ,. / .: group still being published today. It toleiatcd. Since Plan II has nothing to do/
now occupies a fine new plant on SW with the NAACP suit, it should he
; ( ::; ?, -f:? O::: 13th Street, and has about 200 withdrawn from considcialion./ The Miami
r is
attorney concerned
...c .. employees.Ms. -o r J/ only with the black
.
.
g 0" e1' majority district
""'" ,.. = y which PLAN I lakes care
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.. :."'" -==:- !: :0 _0 Crawford Is a descendant of r of quite fan'ly.I .

-- -= ... the Philip Crosby family at Brixiki-r. would like to commend Mr. Bob
The earliest Crosbys to emigrate to North end South America Ferguson for his excellent repotting on

Charles Lindbergh was the 79th person to fly over the Atlantic, but the first to do It alone. this area farmed west of Starke near are moving apart at the this issue
Crosby Lake and Crosby Lake rate of two Inches a year Claire I. ClIpp!








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r New Arrivals... Walker Children

Robert Terry Lee Jr. Celebrate BirthdaysA

'. Social l Side Weddings Robert and Catherine Lee of birthday party for Richard
.., Re nsof Jacksonville proudly announce Ihe Walker, !9 years old, and Maria
Parties birth of a son, Roberty Terry Lee, Christina: Walker, 3 years, was hold
the Jr., born April 24 ,n NAS Hospital, at ihc F.S.P. Training Complex
j' Announcements Jacksonville. He joins a sister, Beth. TuesMdy March 18.

s Church Items Maternal grandparents are Mr. & The cake for the party was a Walt
New Mrs. Elmer
Lewis of Starke. .
wa Di; .ney character and fairy god
Club News Paternal
grandmother is Mrs
1 a ;i mother. Balloons were passed: out to
Eugenia Lee of Tallahassee.Lauren .
I-f ( the children and they also enjoyed a
Nicole LaMonteJim unicorn pinata full of candy. Adults:
attending the party were served
A and Robui LaMonte ol Sterile Mexican forlAssisting !.
proudly announce the birth of a

Dawn Joiner Honored Bridal ShowerDawn daughter: Lauren Nicole, born May at the party were Olivia
at 10 in Gainesville. He joins a brother, Harper Margaret Marr, and Ms.
Troy Matthew. Patricia J. Slack. Morris Carter Jr
Joiner, fiancee of Timmy mauve colored candle holders surrounded Maternal grandparents are Mr. served homemade ice cream and
tr: Harper, was honored with a bridal by fresh roses and holding and Mrs. Henry Smith of Gainesvilleand video taped the celebration. Both
shower on Tuesday, May 13 at the pink candles.As Mr. Albert Curbeaux of Indianapolis grandmothers of the children, Mrs.
L r Starke Golf and Country Club the guests arrived they were Indiana. Esther Sanders and Carmen
The food table was covered withan asked to sign the guest book which Paternal grandparents are Mr. Macias, were present.
Army/Navy cloth over pink and was on a table covered with a white and Mrs. Tex LaMonte also of Indianapolis .
J was centered with a pink silk (lower table cloth centered with a cut glass Indiana.
arl'angt'm'ntlhmk'd by brass and 1 him I lull of fresh roses flanked with ----------

..pa' .y glass candelabras with mauve eol- cut glass candle holders and mauve ," ....
ored candles. Each hidl'| of the table- candles .
) was flanked by brass lower I stands Dawn, her mother, Mrs. Janice
which held silk terns, mauve, white\ Joiner and the groom's mother, Mrs.
A Abc and pink flowers. Olivia Harper were presented with
The punch and silver, coffee service pink silk rose corsages as they arrived. -
r r : table was coveted with a lace I.

t'-.A. ...Ytl -- *"o' *II-*.*-,-*. war -.t -. '..-......., :loth with mauve underskirt. The Hostesses were: Mrs. Mildred
k, table was centered\ with a silk Fuck, Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns Mrs.
Mr.& Mrn. Harold Skeen It Photo were McLo"40" ,
mauve rose colored arrangement, Sharon Combs and Mrs. Pam
complemented by brass and I glass Wheeler. They presented Dawn witha
candelabras with pink colored live piece setting of her china I
Held May 17 For Newlyweds/ as a
Reception candles. memento of the occasion..
The gift table was coveted with a

A reception was held Saturday, The food table was decorated in cutwork, hand embroidered cloth Hospital Auxiliary
May 17, at the Women's by Mr. & burgundy and white and held a wide from China with a mauve underskirt Dinner Meeting June 2
Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Jr. and Mr. & variety of food. The punch table was Centered was a glass brandy
Mrs. It. V Durrance for their covered in white satin and lace and snifter surrounded with fresh (roses Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will
, children, Kimberly Kaye and Harold was centered with a crystal cut punchbowl and mauve and pink ribbons. Inside hold their annual dinner installation
David Skeen, II, who were wed April also surrouned by greenery. were mauve, pink and white floating meeting Monday! June 2 at the
I 3 in Folkston, Ga. candles. Staike Woman's Club. Social hour
I I The.bl'lde wore a pink silk brocade Nineteen guests were met at the I begins at 5:30: p.m. and dinner served "
: dress accented at the waist by a Good Egg Banquet door by Mrs. Sharon Combs, one of I at 6:30: p.m.Res'rvatJons.
pleated ruffle all around with embroidered Held May 8 the hostesses. The guest were seated may be made by '.:
,J scalloped edges. Pearls at individual tables covered with calling Linda Kay Johns, 964.5051 ;) "
complemented her outfit as did the The Western Steer Steak House white tableclots centered with this week
burgundy and pink wrist corsage she was the setting for the renewal of the -- J.
wore. Annual Good Egg Banquet held .- ,
I The brides table which was Thursday, May 8, by the Junior
covered with white satin and lace Woman's Club of Starke.
was centered with a three tiered The Good Egg Banquet is an even iJ from $850 to $14" Engraving Included
wedding cake done in the bride's colors ing set aside for the Junior Womento \ GINA'SClassic
of and and honor and thank their husbandsfor
pink burgundy surrounded "SOMETHING SPECIAL"Your
Cuts &
with ivey. assisting in club projects and ac Styles
tivities.All choice of personalized buckle, card case kc>' ring, button
Mrs. H.T. SmithCelebrates husbands were honored and covers or money clip makes an ideal gift for him or her

92nd thanked with with a Certificate of Appreciation t'J'i'' 'a,Ji Look Great for 14Kt 5mm Golf Ball Earrings
many receiving a .
j Mrs. H.T. Smith of Santa Fe Lake, "Good Egg Award" for outstanding ; Reg. 19.95 SALE '9.95
Melrose, celebrated her 92nd birth service. Approximately 30 membersand .I t: ;- Memorial Day
I day Sunday at her home at a family their husbands enjoyed the .;; HKt Graduation Charm '9.95

covered dish dinner and party. evening. __ a. Curly $O 5 14Kt Initials Reg. '14.95 SALE 9.95
The 32 included her
attending sons Perms Inc Haircut'
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and daughters: X.M. Smith of
Woman's Club of Starke -,
Starke, Hayden Smith of Live Oak, Hens& \\ omens : (

Mrs. Dell Murray of Jacksonville, Executive Board MeetingThe Haircuts . . $7 flTjJ''j
Mrs. Techla McGriff of Jacksonvilleand -
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of the
Executive Board 104 W. Call
Mrs. Trellie Cheshire of ,
Gainesville and their families. Woman's Club will meet !May 28 at 964-6777 ewcUyGit 964-7271
1:00: .m. at the club house. G.Ilery
p mc.
The family enjoyed a covered dish All officers and all newly 486 M Ttmplt an Gina Brown FraittRicky Noun:
outgoing
dinner at noon. and officers and Suit.I Oullm Mon.-$. 1.11S'lrk.
elected
committee chairmen appointed are urged to .,FI Maria C. Walks E tnini byAppointment DON'T FORGET OUR JEWELRY SALE
Class Reunion MeetingFor acroit from INS
please be present. IM EFFECT UNTIL JUNE 14
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BHS Class: of 1976 '- -
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Set for May 31 --
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"'A meeting to finalize plans for the _____________ > /
upcoming class reunion of the BHS I r BRADFORD SQUARE "I fnit WeepsSuwannee
class of 1976 will be held at 224 W.
i-; Nkt1
Pratt Street Saturday, May 31, at 4 ; w..."'BARBER&STYLESHOPIaT I

p.m.All 'I h: 'ap 107-B Edward Road 0 9M-5030( ICd
class members to at
are urged & Acrylic I Swifty
tend. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, call 964-4151. Save: your nails and 888. A full set of nails normally 840,00, I
NOTICEAll NOW ONLY $29.95. Save 888 on refills, normally 819.95 I

class members who have not I NOW ONLY $14.95. Application ft Cart by.Eva 7 I B

paid their reservation fees for the I Precision Cuts ft Styles \' j,. I '
reunion scheduled to be held July 19, I by Latoria Herring ft Eva Varesko .
are urged to do so before May 31. If I
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unable to do so, please call Glenda at


964-4151.Hardee-Padgett fl {f A:W F fl } .

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(SNAPPER' __ -=
Engagement Announced .

Mr & Mrs. W. P. Luke announcethe

engagement and approaching SPRING SAVINGS EVENT I
marriage of their daughter, Darlene -I
Luke Hardee, to Guy M. Padgett,
Jr., son of Mrs. Eva Prevatt Rock, FREE ATTACHMENT- DOWN PAYMENT- PAYMENT FOR 90 DAYS i,
all of Starke.
Both are employed by the Depart-
ment of Transportation, Bureau of During SNAPPER'S Spring Savings Event you get the best _
Materials and Research in SNAPPER values ever! Purchase a Self-Propelled Mower at
Gainesville.The regular retail price and receive a FREE Snapperizer," That-
wedding will be June cherlzer,< Mulcherlzer< > models Grass Peggy Mote Store Manager Invites
on 7, 1986 (on applicable ) or you to shop here and save!
at 10:00:( ) a.m. at Heilbronn Baptist Catcher Kit OR 50% OFF our f c-N-Soc Grass Catcher For
Church. all the details visit your nearest SNAPPER dealer today.
I $< ( t (
Take advantage of our convenient Snap-Credit Plan prejphft; m

Hospital Auxiliary which features no down payment and

Entertain at SocialThe no payment for 90 days.

Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Giant All Gallon
entertained at an ice cream social If'a*snap with

for the hospital employees on Friday SIPPER TIDE MILK
May 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the

hospital dining room celebrating National A division; of '""ualnd"'t"e'


covered The Hospital refreshment with a yellow Week.linen table cloth was and $1.99 $1. 79

centered with two yellow and gold aAPncq L
floral Ice and
arrangements. cream
\1 1 SnappereditAS ;
cake were served.
Hostesses from the Auxiliary servo :
ing were Bernandine Early, Agnes LOW ASSOQ
Dmkins, Louie Bell Parks, Sophie "SSri .
Ruth Kimutis Merhe., Marjorie Thomson and CATCH.a GaAs.KIT' 5 lb. Dixie Crystal 2 Liter (All Flavors)


1 9.95e ( SUGAR Swifty Drinks



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Rel al,Y9l.u. ( '''''''''J Value
$59.95 $49.J5
GRADUATES : Quaker State


Announcements VVIien! you need g: .. 'MA1eMIIIZlR Re':;I: 5. 0 ALL CIGARETTES OIL

Name Cards \ '\\e'

Memory BunksJewel 30W 10W-40
I $9.29 Carton
ry
2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
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Parly Supplies

See Us! HURRYfOFFER ENDS SOON I 93 Single Pack 8ge

.IN STOCK .
AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS
T f' ; .Finance charges accrue from dale of delivery
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I Woman's Club May Breakfast Held The Oren T. Derkmans Celebrate 40th Anniversary

Mr. & Mrs. Oren T. Derkman and]'white, Finger foods, snacks. and ,." Approximate) 60 guests called
'I'InUiiiiin'" Club of SI arks was a OH iicis installed were: President celebrated their 40th wedding< anniversary ,relishes were served. belNVfef: (the appointed hours of 2 and
last Vice 1'resi'deal
ul color lot itt il PcggHMHIKIS The round cake table was covered
iiiiliuu tiinu
i \ > May on Saturday May 17, at a 5 p.ft. '
hiiaktasi (in May 14 An ..mangemeni Patty ('unuetly,2nd Vui11'ifsidinl reception given by their children with a lace cloth and centered with a
ol I'I'II'IIM'S, Malice ami white AuielM Byrd, -Jut ,Vice 41 h Piesi-VicsI're.ident Mi, & Mrs. George. Allen and Mr. three tiered fountain cake decorated Hunter-Griffis
daisies! graced I Ihs Iwo long tables at 111'111. Ila..gat'I'1.lIl1g & Mrs. Thomas R, Derkman at the ia, pink and while will burgundy Announced
!Pal Slack ('orrespunding| roses and topped by heart with Engagement
,11Il'hl1t'I past l piesidcnts and olluei Madison Street Baptist Church ? a
the Iwo Secretary. Witi I 1.1'Ikt'III'din" pink ribbons and the 40th emblem, Hunter,
I s WC'I'bl'att'd. Dividing Sl'l'n'tm'IIII. I' Kiuk. ami I continuing i- fellowship hall, IVr. and Mrs George M.
head tables was a living lees ciuli Te.isum, Marge Mrs. Marba Whittle greeted the roses and bells. of Lct\iuy, announce the engagement
bursting 1'\lI'th in blooms ol every col- .is. guests' at the door and directed themto At one side of the room was a table df their daughter Martha J.
or. A dec.'oral i vc china. cup holding ('arllsle.Imnu'dtately sign (the j guest( book with pictures of the families and Hunter, to Andrew P. Griflis, son of
loses and sl.itno centered card also Mrs. Derkman's wedding dress Mr Kay F,, Griffis of Starke and the
Piesidenl A blll1 gundy and pink color home I
I tablet which were attractively was on display. late Mrs. hazel Grillis
covetedulh cololul cloths and Piehidenl! was carried i out in the mixed (lower Assisting in serving w're Mrs. Ed- Martha is u ;%!> graduate: of Bradford -
tiiipkins and presented hnu'r iiingemcnls thioughout I The ward Akndge who cut the cake, High School and is employed by
from I lelieslunenl (able1! coveted witha
Guests were greeted at I the door by tion tlolhovera\as Mrs. Ruby Howell Mrs Bob Matthews Or Carlos M, Hvrnandu/, M.D.,
President Evelyn Grin I in and Debbie Thomas Army/Navy burgundy Mrs, Pat Mundorff, Mrs. P.A. Andrew! is a Wilt graduate of
('.innaiighton, Piebidenl, of the ol all ot the lloumc and cfilleiecl by an arrange Murdock Tallcv sister of Mrs. Keystone(* Heights High School and is
) ol chrysanthemums! daisies
Junmi Woin.tn's Club During theMHi.iI coming men loi'kman, Mrs. Charles Blalock and employed by Uur'ranto Pump & Sup
and mixed (lowers pink
2H.il DM i'lull : I spring in Mrs Ervin Andiews
limn, punch was poured by ply.

both l Mona I Lucy CtiniiVft While and and Margie H.i/el Thomson Hardy .II. ..- ... --.' ""-.-. :"'"" ::!,,::;!,"' .' ___M_,,,..._.._--- -.................._-... ...,.......... ,_.&? !l1\I\ JIb ,," .JI
luinished background music at the 0'
piano Sale Prices Good Thru Saturday May 24th.
Climaxing the social hour, Piesi- -
dint Gut I in gave a word of welcome
and asked Patty Connelly to give the
invocation Allei a very inspirational
leading "Step by Step", MisConnelly i : '
returned thanks. rri rp'
President Griltin recognized theHi.idiotd
High Cheer leaders and
complimented them on their

themselves volunteerism"and their of time giving' to the of AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG 1

school sports activities She STORE'A ii
challenged them to continue theirolunteensm"

they"\' stating a thus heavy that accomplishing throughout club"volunteerism"schedule members life much perlorm lui- PRE MEIIDRIAL III \\ F : .


lor the Woman's Club of Starke ,
President Giittin announced that at 'W1LJU1\ -1 JI
the state convention, Thelma Jenn _Dlev[
ings won an award on her landscape
painting entitled "Bright of ."
America" which will be sent to the .. .
National Convention for judging.
Also Midge Frick won honorable E
mention for her ceramics and '
Thelma Jennings honorable mentionfor
a pencil sketch A gift for President
!'s Choice was given to Betty
Warren by Betty Young. Nancy I
Huberts presented to Myldred Cut- _
s "
tino a gift for having been voted yA av
.
Woman of the Year" by her fellow
dub members. President Griffin eF f ctwER At; u,
presented to Saundra Green a Past fOR '" '' 1
President pin for the term 1984-1985 _
when she so capably and efficiently
sei'\ed as President of the Club. 499 _
At the conclusion of the meal. [ .- ...::
President Griffin introduced Ruth :4 '
President of
Daniel, outgoing --
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District IV who installed the incoming CORNUCOPIA AW1rSTAau 3Z" CHIUMKN'S GAUXV 14" FOSTER GRANT
officers for 1986.1988. In this very ; '14.99 KETTL! GRILL 7.77 loos 6.77 4.99 WR24.88 3SPEEDOSCILLATING 9,88 ACnV-UTES SUNOUSSES
impressive ceremony Mrs. Daniel Reg 19.99 ] FAN 16 00 each
KM. 599 2151 (tog, 29.99 Selection may vary
used phrases taken from the club CLAMP-ON UMBRELLA
.......
collect impressing upon each incoming FOR LOUNGER 3.49
officer the necessity of care, love
and attention Not only in club work HEALTH & BEAUTY SAVINGS LAWN & GARDEN SAVINGS HOUSEWARE SAVINGS
are these essentials of vital importance -

She presented but also in each every with walk a of living life. BIKINI SHAVER By CLAIROL .............................. 17.88 GALAXY 6" CLIP-ON FAN #3145 or KORDITE PLATES 50-PK. 2 TYPES

begonia slating it would continue to SOLARCAINE SPRAY 3-OZ .................................. 2.99 PERSONAL FAN #3146 ......,.................,............. 7.88 ((23.001.00 REBATE) After Rebate ...... 2/2.00
grow and show its beauty if given HAWAIIAN TROPIC BABY FACES & TENDER 12" x 16" TABLETOP HIBACHI GRILL Reg. 14.99 9.99 STYRO CUPS 16-OZ. 20-PK. or 4-OZ. 51-PK. 69

care. love and attention. PLACES SUNBLOCK 4-O7. SPF 22 ..................... 3.99 KINGSFORD CHARCOAL 10-LB. BAG Reg. 2.99 2.59 MASKING TAPE / X 60-YDS. .................... 2/1.00
COOL ALOE SUNBURN CREAM 2-OZ ............. 2.79 GULF LITE CHARCOAL STARTER V2-GALLON 2.49 STIX-ALL ADHESIVE 1-OZ. Reg. 2.29. ............. 1.79
School MenusMay HAWAIIAN TROPIC OIL with SUNSCREEN 8-OZ. or RAIN SWIRL CIRCLE SPRAY SPRINKLER #1950 5.99 JOY DISHWASHING LIQUID 22.02. Limit 2 .. 99'G

MOISTURIZER 12-OZ ............................................ 3.99 SPOT RAIN STATIONARY SPRINKLER 2 TYPES 2.49 .E. SOFT-WHITE LIGHT BULBS
26.30 COPPERTONE SUNSCREEN 4-OZ. SPF 6 or 8 or / x 80' GARDEN HOSE #8640 Reg. 17.99 14.99 60. 75 or 100-WATT ........................................... 1.79
Bradford Elem. & Middle School SUNBLOCK 4-OZ. SPF 15 ..................................... 3.99 / x 50' GARDEN HOSE #1611 Reg. 8.99 5.99 GLAD BAGS 30-GAL 20-PK. or 13-GAL 30-PK. 1.99

Tu.Mmid.it,.d.} Memorial Salisbury Day Sleak School, rice Holiday.i gravy green NIVEA SPF 4 or 15 or OIL SPF 2 4-OZ .......... 3.99 22" TINE METAL RAKE Reg. 2.99 .................... 2.49 ECKERD BRAND SHEER TO WAIST PANTYHOSE 88
beans. peaches. hot. .rolls.milk. cheese BAIN DE SOLEIL GELEE ORANGE 31/e-OZ. FAN or RING SPRINKLER or
w/meat sauce
WidnrsiljBeef,lix" .,garden salad a cherry roni pie, hoi rolls milk SPF 4 ........................................................................ 3.99 STRAIGHT PLASTIC NOZZLE ................................. 99" ELECTRONIC &yCAMERA\SAVNGS\ !
Thu..d.heese: toast cabbage slaw fruit BAIN DE SOLEIL CREME WHITE 3-OZ. CULTIVATOR, TRANSPLANTER or TROWEL ........ 59s
mIlk.
jdlo*'i'hint grdnnla' Managers cup choice day SPF 4 or 6 .............................................................. 4.99 STRIKE FLEA ENDER SPRAY 12-OZ., LIQUID 26-OZ. MAGNAVOX AM/FM STEREO CASSETTE PLAYER

Bradford High School ECKERD BRAND ELASTIC DIAPERS LARGE 33-PK. or FOGGER 8-OZ. Regs to 4.99 ........,. 1.00 OFF #ED8040 Reg. 59.99 .................................... 49.99or
Mnnil.it MemorIal Day School Holiday MEDIUM 48-PK. ................................................ 6.49 BEACHCOMBERS 3 TYPES Reg. 2.99 pair .... 1.97 GRAN PRIX STEREO CASSETTE PLAYER with

lurid.it Cheeseburgers, cabbage slaw GOODY FUTURA BRUSHES Reg. 3.79 ..... 1.00 OFF SUMMER SANDALS 2 TYPES ............................... 1.97 HEADPHONES #3040 Reg. 19.99 ............... 12.88
peaches\\.'dll..ddlI.ef.a.ronl,, cake milk. cheese slix garden FIBER FULL 48's .,...............,.................................... 2.97 30" X 60" JACQUARD BEACH TOWEL .......... 4.88 ENERGIZER BATTERIES 2-PK. "C" or "D"

",lad apple Tacos crisp,.(lettuce hot rolls,tomato milkThmsilit cheese hamhurgc MAALOX PLUS ANTACID 12-OZ. Limit 2 .,....... 2.49 PEDS SPORT SOCKS 2 TYPES ..........................:.. 99e or SINGLE 9-VOLT .............................................. 1.59
i bilked: beans. chocolate cake mIlk. NUPRIN 24 TABLETS Limit 2 ................................ 1.88 AQUA MATE FABRIC AIR MATTRESS ................... 6.97 KODAK TELE DISC CAMERA Reg. 39.99 .. 34.99
I-nil\ Managervchaiceday DRIXORAL 10-PK. limit 2 .................................... 2.97 AQUA MATE AIR MATTRESS Reg. 1.99 ........... 1.47 KODAK COLOR PRINT FILM

A-la-Carte SELECTED COVER GIRL COSMETICS ................. 1.77 ONE MAN BOAT KIT Reg. 9.99 Inflatable floor. CP135 100 ISO 24-EXPOSURE ....................... 2.49

Honda .Memorial, hamburgers Day School Holiday.Tu..ld trench. fries, FINESSE SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER 11-OZ., Tow rope.33" x 56" deflated. .................. 7.88 CL135 200 ISO 24-EXPOSURE ....................... 2.99
milkshakes Pizza 0 J MOUSSE 5-OZ. or HAIR SPRAY 7-OZ. ............... 1.99 FLOATING FINS 4 SIZES. MINI AVIATOR DIVE MASK CM135 400 ISO 24-EXPOSURE ..................... 3.49

Uiiliii-Ml.it.:0 Cheeseburgers J. pizza Irench freemllkhakes EXTRA-STRENGTH TYLENOL 50 CAPLETS or or RAPALLO SNORKLE ........................................ 2.97 CL110 200 ISO 24-EXPOSURE ....................... 2.49
Thursdat: Pizza corn dogs french fries 0 J" 100 TABLETS Limit 2 .............................................. 3.19 SWIM PALS 3-PIECE SET ................................... 2.97 CF135 1000 ISO 12-EXPOSURE ..................... 2.69

milkshakes rlil, Managers' choice CENTRUM MULTIVITAMINS 100 + 30 FREE PLAYMATE 15-QT. Reg. 17.99 CL110 VR 200 12-EXPOSURE .......................... 1.99
t i t !
fcach dm students have a choice of a hot lunch ((7.49 1.00 REBATE) Limit 2 .............................. 6.49 ((14.994.00 REBATE) After Rebate ........... 10.99 CP135 VR 100 12-EXPOSURE .......................... 1.99

salad bar or they may purchase a.la.carle. ROADSTER Reg. 15.99 ..................................... 12.99 VR DISC FILM 2-PACK ...................................... 4.19

EXPLORER 30-QT.. .............................................. 14.99 CA135 VR-G 100 24-EXPOSURE ................... 2.49
For IGLOO ICE HARDPACK 14-OZ, 32-OZ. or 8-OZ.

or SOFTPACK 28-OZ. ................................. 25% OFF
the Graduate QUAKER STATE 10W-30 MOTOR OIL 1-QT. 16" SQUARE METAL PATIO TABLE .................... 4.99

((89e 20 REBATE) .................................................. 69 GARDEN UMBRELLA Reg. 19.99 .................... 14.99 _
memorable
Enltr.IInlt makes your Chromepins gift RAIN DANCE CAR WAX LIQUID 16-OZ. or PASTE UMBRELLA STAND Reg. 12.99 .......................... 9.99 -
'.I f Crt"l'n more prrMindl w. ., MONEY
pintils 6t\ sets tngrdvitl .Free 14-OZ. Reg. 7.29 each .......................................... 6.99 EUROPEAN-STYLE LOUNGER with PILLOW.. 24.99 VISA Sell II! ORDERS
!hroo June ft A $3.OOSjvmgsCROSS', RAIN DANCE CAR WASH .................................... 2.29 PORTABLE GRILL #HS1017PT Reg. 14.99 .... 10.99 .see. r '
WD-40 SPRAY LUBRICANT 9-OZ. Reg. 1.99 .... 1.29 181/a" HAPPY COOKER STANDING KETTLE GRILL 29.99

as 4-PIECE RUBBER CAR MAT SET Reg. 8.99 ..... 6.99 3-WAY TURNER TONGS Reg. 1.59 ................... 1.19

BASTING BRUSH Reg. 1.99 ................................ 1.49 r { or ,
VINYL STRAP STACK CHAIR Reg. 14.99 ........ 9.99'-

6-PIECE CONDIMENT SET ................................. 3.99 1
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a Ya prescribing law that allows FOOD oV CANDY SAVINGS I REGULAR PRICE

a to prescribe certain medications. 1 t SYSTEM 2 or ULTRALAB 35!> .

W Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist for a free O'GRADYS EXTRA THICK & CRUNCHY I PHOTO PROCESSING

//1 brochure on our improved pharmacy service POTATO CHIPS 7-OZ. Reg. 1.49 ........................ 99 I One coupon per roll or disc. 8.

and what it means to you. CRYSTAL LIGHT 4 FLAVORS Makes 8-quarts. 2.44 i Coupon Good Thru Sat., May 24th. ((738)) ,:

To an Eckerd Pharmacist,

nothing's more Important than your health. I "'1"1! !gl"1'" ,

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NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice 00821-C 001690-000-2 SMITH R-00500 C JR (520.77 00180O-000-5 LAGRUA 0083200611 J J (63.99 I 1> 001981-000-1 0091900300 30.44 0023920003WILKERSON 01193OOOOO 0 127.49

CRIFFIS DANIEL J C JAMES A WESLEY
RT 4 BOX 1277
RT 3 BOX 347

is hereby given that on the 30th day of May, 1986, beginningat 35 STARKE 6S 21 FL 32091 04 STARKE 7$ 21 FL 32091 GRAHAM PO BOX 61 FL 32042 JACKSONVILLE 12O4 NEVA ST FL 32203


12 Noon at the courthouse in Starke, County of Bradford, State of PARC 5 OF UNRECO SO SLS UNIT 3 LOT 13 BREAMWOOD LK VIEW AS COM 21 TS AT 21 SW COR OF SW1/4 OF a. 5S 2Z N LINE OF ST RO 123 "

SUB MCRAE SID ON CROSBY LAKE DISC OR 214 207 CONLINE OF SEl/. RUNE
NWl/4 N 155.51 TO POB CONT N OF SEl/4
Florida tax sale certificates will be sold the described
on following 134.11' E 383.IT TO WLV R/W ON RO 243 FOR POB N 18UE
00832-
-006IT
O0823- -004OO TAX ROLL
land to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set opporite the same, 00a697000111.Z' 001801-000-1 209.56 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

HAINES THOMAS F B FRANCES HARRIS ROBERT
I together with all costs of such sale and all advertising. 7631 SW 92NO LANE RT 4 BOX 12T9 00927- -00202 01196-002596-000-7-00100 (184.57

GAINESVILLE FL 32601 STARKE FL 32091 002006-000-2 (39.3T

Esther S. Hall, Tax Collector 36 6S 21 04 75 21 MERES IRVING T c CHARLINE o ADMIN FMHA 1260GAINESVILLE
P O BOX
LOTS 17 B 18 bf BREAMWOODLAKEVIEW 411 REDGRAVE ST
COM AT INT S LINE NE1/4 C: N FL 32602
I Bradford County. Florida R/W LINE SCL RR W ON S LINE STARKE FL 32091
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399 TO POB S 550' TO N RW OF 25.E
0000-000-9 000352-000-7 HX 84.56 00332- -00101
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SR 18 E ON SR 18 123 N 5.tO'CFOR S 210W 210'N 210'
HAVES N G BARNES c MONROEP 001803-000-3 (776.21
MRS JEWETT RONALD B ( JACQUELINE 00823-A-02200 FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI
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CIO H G HAYES JR 0 BOX 83 RT 1 BOX 222 001T05-OOO-1 (160.13 SOUD MARY ANNP LEGAL

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Sl/2 OF SW1/4 NLY 208.731 ELY 293.11 t SLY 1 36 6$ 21 LOTS 1-14 EX LOT 9-A OF MCKINNEY JAMES A A SADIE J KIRKLANO

80.00 AC 214.28 liLY 295.21 TO POB LOT 22 OF UNRECO PLAT AS DISC BREANWOOD POINT LAKE VIEW. STAR RT 1 BOX 148 RT 4 BOX 344 31728

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CIO N G HAYES JR MCDAVIO DONALD P I SHERRY A RAIFORD FL 32083 001807-000-7 (81.97 SUB HARRISON I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL
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RIGHTS IN SE1/4 OF SHI/4 OESC 27.43 AC SOUD MARY ANN CITY IF OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RILL)

IN OR 127-349 IN THE PUBLIC 0047500100 SUB WILLIAMS UNRECO PO BOX 790 7T. Tf AC

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Junior Woman's Club Wm- Hampton

Holds InstallationOf I their Mr. arid Mrs.
visiting parents,
By Dolores Meng Legion post 202 of Melrose and
Officers Phone 4BH-I91S Keystone Heights. Paul Meng of Hampton Lake and

l.lltlP League| Meeting... Wilmajean 'Terry (Red's 'Wife' )) and Mr and Mrs. Steve Lamb of Waldo

The Slake Junior\ Women's Club On Thursday May 29, a meetingwill has been named President of the other relatives and friends.N.C.
of Charlotte
Cassie Riddick
,
hud I heir annual end of the year ban- be held at Hampton Elementary Melrose Keystone Heights and Jolene Kirbin of Miami are
School beginning( at 7 p.m. American Legion Post 202 Auxiliary.
l al the Ravines Country Club
qllt'l| this week with (the Joe Rid-
Patterson will be hand to will be installed spending;
Monday: May 12. President Debbie Buddy on They on June 19 at '
dick family.
give information on the organizationof an installation dinner.
roriMiuiglilon( presided over the baniUel. -
Several department chairmen a Little League Ball Team. Boys Wilmajean will be installed President Mr. and !Mrs. Randy Scoggins en-

.ixt.irded| l l members on their committee and girls ages 8 to 14 are eligible to of the Bradford Hospital Aux- joyed the and weekend relaxing sight seeing in St.

play. iliary on June 2. shopping
'
lor outstanding contributions.
Conservation Chariman Christie '1 ; All interested persons are encouraged Joyce Collins was awarded a .Ccrtiticate : Augustine.Mrs. .

Torode awarded Pam Thrift, Kelli 4 New Arrival.lo attend... (the American on May 13 in ceremonies Awards Dinner at home .Saturday Louise Mat with theus her daughterand returned

Carver\ Michelle Kimulis, Jennifer ''k lJunior Legion -
son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Vaughan( and Tma McRae with iM Scott and Pam Wilson of West held in Starke. Commander Bob
Lanier. She had to West
cus gone
Birds :Nests; Kerns.Leadership Palm Beach announce the birth of Brown in presenting the Certificate
Chairman CarolynAull'v J (their daughter Amber Diane. She commended Joyce for her patience, Palm Beach on May 7 by Amtrak to .

awiirded her members Debbie was born at Good Samaritan competence( and friendliness during visit her new great granddaughter,

Klnn and Debbie Connaughton with Earn Honors. Hospital in West Palm Beach on her 13 years of driving the school( bus Amber Diane Wilson and other
..
,dii'is.v Carolyn also awarded Women May 1 weighing 9 Ibs. 5 oz. and Bradford) County. family members.
bouquets.
t\u people for outstanding pro- Junior \ViMiifii (l-r) Kelli ('III It'I', ('anIIIII'Y. Shan Ji.lins, amid I.,in measuring 20-3/4 inches. She joins (iruliliido... Hampton Klriut'iitury School

I his One was to Public Af- 'I'hl'ill t C'IIIIII'") t tub IIOIIIM-V lit a :May 12 iMiiquel..Miss Kenny, her 3-1/2 year old brother. Hazel Thomas Waldron wishes! to :\1f'lIIclI'laIUwv...

Inrs led Chairman year. Therese Schlofman : (',11t.." K f the l 1'1.eldeo's. ( ('huil.t'II': %. Andy\ Iit 1'I11"\\UIII.III-II.i llli Paternal\ grandparents are Mr. thank all for their kindness and Monday will be a frhe day for all at

I lor the donation! of the flat to Santa --\eiir and l'c'C'I'hl'cllhl'l ounldnding ,ertle,' u\\ur l. :.Mr*. Johns I is iUiilluix > and Mrs. Dave Wilson of West Palm generosity to her during the past two school in observance of Memorial

Ke Community College. The other ; iofllii'eiir.. :\11-, rlii-ill i I.< rookieolIht's'arkton Beach. weeks. Although her home and contents Dav.

iuard was to !Membership Chair- Maternal grandparents are Mar- were lost to fire she and those 20 % Off

cus and Cecile Lanier of West Palm she cares for are thankful for their
Shan Johns lor the friendship
I in.in i Kelli
Treasurer Debbie Klynn, Carver. A new award was
Monk ,,111'I'ote in caligraphy. Jan Parliamentarian Carolyn Aulry, started 1 this year. It is called the Beach. lives and the friendship of the com- All Graduation Gifts

Norton was awarded Clubwoman of award Maternal great grandparents are munity.Visitors..
and Sponsor Donna Gruen. Autry honoring Carolyn Both
he month ith Straw berry Award. Mr. and Mrs. Gayer Lanier of ... Locations.'illiams Jewelry
i w a The highlight of the banquet wa3 Autry for outstanding service in the
Orange )Park and Mrs. Louise Mat- Marine Cpl. John P. is Mrs. Herbert Green of
Starke and
Slum Johns was awarded the Purple the annual awards. Rookie of the Junior Women's Club and Community. Meng

Heart uw.u'd fur being injured in the Year was Pam Thrift. Club Women This award will be given in the Ilieus 01 H.impton. celebrating a ten day leave from Mrs. Charlie Green and daughter of

line nl duty. As Leadership Chair- of the Year were Carolyn Autry and future to members who have been 'niigruliilations... Cherry Point, N.C. Accompanying Wake Forest, N.C. visited Mrs. Dale

in.in she also: awarded two leader- Slum Johns. President's Choice was outstanding not only in the club but James (Red) Terry was recently him is his wife, Karen and Wilcox at Fernandina Beach last

-lup plaques to Joan Hall and Shan in the community i
Johns our winning clubwoman of the .0 .
community
NeWS
I iniinih< the most t through the year. By Kli/abeth Walker . CLIP THIS COUPON DB B B HI 09 .
:Membership! Chairman Shan
Johns awarded Janis McKinney 964-6683 I FISH tender fish fillets natural-
FRIES .
\\ ith j pair of earrings lor all of her Clarence E. DeSue, Sr., a native of french fries and 2 Southern-
Starke officially retired from E. I. ,
help nn the membership committee. DuPont, Trailridge Plant on CaptainDsA FOR hush puppies .
Shan also awarded several 6 ONLY 1 5style
members with a "Pat-on-the-Back" February 28, 1986 after 35 years of a .

.1\\.II d. Joan Hall was awarded theliinet service. great little seafood place. Captain Db
Mouse Award for all of Clarence, also known as "Buster", Offer.xplr.f5f3lra6 Not good wrth ony other
as a began his employment with DuPont special or discount participating Copt. ) .
A little seafood
great place.
her cork she did behind the scenes ; ?

Ins i past, year. Debbie Flynn was military February service 26, 1951 which, after included 3 years of a CLIP COUPON B B B BB .

.iw.irded' the Lifesaver Treasurer award this past for tour of Tokyo Japan. FISH FRIES tender fish fillets natural- .
i.iking over as
At the plant, he progressed from french fries and 2 Southern
when the Treasurer resigned.
.\IMI the rank of laborer to driller and in FEED 4
FOR $
Lit n.i Reddish was also awarded for style hush .

Queen stepping(Pageant in when Chairman the Strawberry was in- retirement.His mechanic 1972 was a promoted. position he to held"Class until A"his ONLY 1.75 Captain puppies D&


liued and could not carry out her
wife, Naomi and daughter, O3er. p I.r.31186Notg/ with any olhw
duties Hjalniar Wilson was awarded ", .,,olodllCountlotportIClpotingCopt.( 01)) .
Norma him and A little seafood
joined
t i he TLC award for her unselfish, many coworkers great place.

(eniisiderate thoughtfulness she at the plant for a retirement . CLIP THIS COUPON B .
dinner held March 7.
-110"Ill several members this year. on Two tender fish fillets natural-
',olyn received the Red On March 26, a luncheon was FOR -FISH FRIES .
" Autry
H.idge til Courage Award for given by DuPont officials at the cut french fries and 2 Southern-)
Western Steer Steak House in FOR $
singlehandedly.heading up the Dinner Theatre DeSue's honor. The following : ONLY 1 75 style hush puppies .

.
weekend dinner held in his
Club President a was .
The Slarke Woman's Captain Dfe
honor by his family at the Brown
:Mrs. Peggy Thomas installed Derby in Gainesville. Oflar.,/> _.S>31'86' Not good with any olhwl

the officers for the new year. They DeSue is an active member """. 010'l dlicounl(al participating Cap O't) A great little seafood place.,.

oil"Fust c i President Vice-President Debbie Connaughton Hjalmar, trustee treasurer and pianist of zOO . CLIP THIS COUPON B B B Hi H

Vilnn.Second Vice-President Vicki Pleasant Grove United Methodist Sf Two tender fish fillets natural-
Church master mason of the Morn- -FISH FRIES .
(; Third Vice-President San- .nnes.
Nor- ing Star Lodge No. 26, and memberof cut french fries| and 2 southern-
di.i Crawford, Secretary Jan
the American Legion No. 314. .! FOR style hush .

He would like to extend his ONLY 11875 puppies

20 % Off gratitude to the people who not only : Captain Ds -

helped make his retirement a
All Graduation Gifts >1..5131,86 NOS with ony ofn..
memorable event, but the many .0..11I or dllCounl portlclpollng Copt 0 O) .
A great little seafood p1ace.e
Both Williams who, over the years helped make
I Locations Jewelry his work experience at DuPont a . e CLIP THIS COUPON . .

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cerns to Farmer' Home Administration property or subject to taxation therein MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ORGANIZED FLORIDA; AND ALL OTHERS HAVING OR
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT and the holders of debt ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST
VIR ,
Room 248, Federal Building Box 19, 207 any outstanding AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY CLAIMING
Legal MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA N. W. Second St., Ocala, Florida 32670 obligations previously Issued by said TUE OF THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION within 10 days of this Notice. Utilites Authority; the Utility Board of FLORIDA, AND THE TAXPAYERS, PRO. THE ADOPTION OF CERTAIN RESOLUTIONS
CASE NO. 86.67.CIv.J-14 5/l52tchgS/22' the City of Key West, Florida, and the PERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS, IN. OR ORDINANCES BY FLORIDA ,
Notices UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Taxpayers, Property Owners and CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OWNING MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY AND THE \
Plaintiff Citizens of the City of Key West, Florida PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION FOREGOING CITIES, COMMISSIONS, l i
AUCTION NOTICE Including nonresidents owning propertyor WITHIN ANY OF THE FOREGOING SAID BOARDS OR AUTHORITIES; THE EXECUTION -
vs.GWEN GLENN f/k/a GWEN E. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon subject to taxation therein, and the CITIES; AND THE HOLDERS OF ANY OF CONTRACTS AND
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL GRIFFIS, MELTON J. GRIFFIS, day, June 2, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., holders of any outstanding debt obligation OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS AGREEMENTS BY AND BETWEEN SAID
CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDAIN et. al., the undersigned Gator Frelghtwoys, previously issued by said Utility PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY ANY OF SAID AGENCY AND THE FOREGOING CITIES
AND FOR UNION COUNTY Defendants. Inc., will sell at public auction for cash ot Board; the Klssimmee Utility Authority CITIES PAYABLE FROM THE REVENUESOF COMMISSIONS. BOARDS OR
FLORIDA ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONThis 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida, and the Taxpayers, Property Owners, SUCH CITIES' ELECTRIC OR INTEGRATED AUTHORITIES; OR THE ISSUANCE BY
Case No. 86.124CAIn cause came to be heard upon the one lot of foam consigned to Chris and Citizens of the City of Klssimmee UTILITY SYSTEM; THE FT. SAID AGENCY OF REVENUE BONDS; ALL
The Matter of the Adoption of verified motion of Plaintiff for an Orderof Draperies & Slip Covers Port Charlotte, Florida Including nonresidents owning PIERCE UTILITIES AUTHORITY AND THE AS HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY
ADAM MICHAEL BRANNEN, Service by Publication, and It appearing Florida, to satisfy freight and storage property or subject to taxation therein TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY OWNERS AND DESCRIBED; OR TO BE AFFECTED BY ANY
a minor child. that this action has been brought for charges, under the provisions of Section and the holders of any outstanding debt CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF FT. PIERCE, OF THE FOREGOING:
NOTICE OF AC nON the enforcement of a Hen against real 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. obligations previously Issued by said FLOPIDA, INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS You and each of you are hereby required .
(Without Real Estate) property' situated In Bradford County Gator Freightways, Inc.,Carrier Utility Authority; OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO to appear on the I 11 I th day of July
TO: LAWRENCE EDWARD DUMAS within the Middle District of Florida. and 04-774152 dtd 4/24/86 the Utilities Commission, City of New TAXATION THEREIN, AND THE HOLDERSOF 1986, at 1:30: o'clock p.m., before the
Resldunc Unknown described as follows:: 5/22 2tchg 5/29 Smyrna Beach, Florida, and the Taxpayers ANY OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS Circuit Court of Leon County, Florida, at
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Lot 2, Parkwood Subdivision as per Property Owners and Citizens of PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID the Courthouse In Tallahassee, Florida,
the adoption of a minor child to wit: plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, the City of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, UTILITIES AUTHORITY;, THE UTILITY and show cause why the prayers of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ADAM MICHAEL DUMAS has been filed Page 5, public records of Bradford County SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF including non-resdents! owning propertyor BOARD OF THE CITY OF KEY WEST, Complaint filed in the above.entitled
against you and you are required to Florida, subject to taxation therein and the FLORIDA. AND THE TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY proceeding should not be granted and
IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY
serve a copy of your written defenses, if and it further appearing that Defendant FLORIDA CASE NO. 86.1694 holders of any outstanding debt obligations OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF THE the contracts, agreements and bonds
any to It on ROGER C. BLINN Attorneyfor Melton J, Griffis cannot be served within previously Issued by said Utilities CITY OF KEY WEST, FLORIDA, INCLUDING therein described, and the proceedings
Petitioner whose address Is P.O. the State of Florida; that it Is not practicable FLORIDA MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY Commission; and the Sebrlng Utilities NONRESIDENTS OWNING authorizing the execution and Issuance
Box 356 Lake Butler Florida 32054 on to serve him personally; and he a separate legal entity, Commission, and the Taxpayers, Proper. PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION thereof validated.
or before July 10, 1986 and to file Ihe has not voluntarily appeared herein; It Is organized and existing under of ty Owners and Citizens of the City of THEREIN, AND THE HOLDERS OF ANY Said bonds consist of not exceeding Five
and virtue of the laws
original with the clerk of this courl therfor by Sebrlng, Florida Including nonresidents OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS Hundred Million and No/100 Dollars
the of
State Florida
either before service on Petitioner's attorney ORDERED as follows: Plaintiff owning property or subject| to taxation PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID UTILITY (500000000.00) Initial Pooled Loan
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise I I. Defendant Melton J. Griffis shall appear therein and the holders of any outstanding BOARD; THE KISSIMMEE UTILITY Project Revenue Bonds of Florida

a default will be entered againstyou In this cause and plead to the com v.STATE OF FLORIDA and the debt obligation previously Issued AUTHORITY AND THE TAXPAYERS, Municipal Power Agency, ("FMPA") having
for the relief demanded In the peti plaint filed herein on or before June 16, and by said Utilities Commission; the foregoing PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF the characteristics as described in
owners
tlon. IDATED the Court taxpayers property Boards Commissions, and THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE INCLUDING ,
1986, or In default thereof citizens Including non-residents owning FLORIDA the Complaint filed in these pro.
on May 12, 1986. shall proceed to judgment In this cause property or subject to taxation therein, Authorities, being public bodies Corporate NONRESIDENTS OWNING ceedings. The contracts and agreements
MARGIE F.CASONCI.rk to the extent provided for by Section of Leon County, Florida; and the Cities of and politic, organized and existing PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION consist of a Loan Agreement between
of the Circuit Court 1655, Title 28, United States Code, as If Alachua Florida; Bartow, Florida; under and by virtue of the laws of THEREIN, AND THE HOLDERS OF ANY FMPA and the above noted Cities, Utility
Sue HobbyAs served with the State of Florida. OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS I
By: said Defendant hod been Blountstown, Florida; Bushnell, Florida; Commissions, Boards and Authorities
Deputy Clerk process within the State of Florida. Clewlston, Florida; Fort Meade, Florida; Defendants. PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID UTILITY ("Project Participants") providing for the
5154Ichg65UNITED 2 This order be published In a Gainesville Florida; Green Cove SprIngs -----.- --.----- AUTHORITY; THE UTILITIES COMMISSION loaning of monies from FMPA to the Project
newspaper of general circulation In Florida; Havana Florida; ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO CITY OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH Participants and providing for the
STATES DISTRICT COURT Bradford County Florida; not less than Homestead, Florida; Jacksonville Beach, THE STATE OF FLORIDA THROUGHTHE FLORIDA, AND THE TAXPAYERS PRO. repayment thereof to FMPA by the Project .
consecutive STATE ATTORNEY FOR THE SECOND PERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF THE and Bond Resolution.
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA once each week for six Florida; Lake Worth, Florida; Leesburg. Participants a
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION weeks prior to the return date herein Florida; Moore Haven, Florida; Mount JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE, AND CITY OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH A more particular description of said I I'
Court No. 85-868-Clv.J-l above designated.DONE Dora Florida; Newberry, Florida; Ocala THE TAXPAYERS PROPERTY OWNERS FLORIDA, INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS contracts agreements and bonds being
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, Florida; St. Cloud Florida; Starke, AND CITIZENS INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS 'OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TOTAXATIONTHEREIN contained in the Complaint heretoforefiled
Plaintiff, Florida, this 25th day of April, 1986. Florida Tallahassee, Florida; Vero OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB. AND THE HOLDERSOF in these proceedings.This .
vs UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE ; Florida JECT TO TAXATION THEREIN, OF LEON ANY OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS Order to Show Cause shall be
Beach Florida Wauchula ;
CHARLES R. BOYER and 5/8 Etch 6/12 Williston, Florida; ; the foregoing being COUNTY FLORIDA; AND THE CITIES OF PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID published In the manner required by
CAROL M. BOYER et al? municipal organized and ALACHUA FLORIDA; BARTOW UTILITIES COMMISSION; AND THE SEBR- low.DONE
Defendants. corporations the laws FLORDA! ; BLOUNTSTOWN,, FLORIDA; ING UTILITIES COMMISSION AND THE AND ORDERED at Tallahassee
under and by virtue of
NOTICE OF SALE existing BUSHNELL FLORIDA; CLEWISTON, TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY OWNERS. AND Leon County, Florida this 19th day of
of the State of Florida, and the Taxpayers
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto Owners and Citizens, FLORIDA; FORT MEADE FLORIDA; CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF SEBRING, May, 1986.
a Final Judgment entered on April 21. An Environmental Assessment has Property GAINESVILLE FLORIDA; GREEN COVE FLORIDA. INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS Charles E. Miner, Jr.
non-residents owning propertyor
1986 by the above entitled court In the been completed by the Farmer's Home Including to taxation within of the SPRINGS FLORIDA, HAVANA, FLORIDA; OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO Circuit Judge
above styled cause, the undersigned Administration concerning the construc subject said Cities and the any holders of HOMESTEAD FLORIDA; JACKSONVILLE TAXATION THEREIN, AND THE HOLDERSOF 5/22 3tchg 6/5
United States Marshal or any of his duly) tion of 44 rural rental housing units In foregoing ;debt obligations BEACH, FLORIDA; LAKE WORTH, ANY OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS
outstanding
authorized deputies will sell the property Starke, Florida. The assessment showedno any Issued by of said Cities FLORIDA; LEESBURG, FLORIDA;; MOORE PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID
situate In Bradford County, Florida, significant environmental impact for previously from the revenues any of suchCities' HAVEN FLORIDA, MOUNT DORA UTILITIES COMMISSION; THE FOREGO. 20 % Off
described as:: the "Heritage Villas' In Starke to be payable FLORIDA, NEWBERRY FLORIDA ING BOARDS COMMISSIONS AND
electric Integrated utility
Lot 5, Block 2, PINEBREEZE, as per plot located on Bradford Road. the Ft. Pierce or Utilities Authority, OCALA, FLORIDA; ST CLOUD, FLORIDA; AUTHORITIES BEING PUBLIC BODIES All Graduation Gifts
thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 27 Any persons who feels the review Is In and system the; Property Owners STARKE, FLORIDA, TALLAHASSEE CORPORATE AND POLITIC ORGANIZEDAND
of the should submit written statement Taxpayers FLORIDA, VERO BEACH, FLORIDA; EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUEOF
public records of Bradford County, error a and Citizens of the City of Ft Pierce, Both Locations Williams Je>*'clr\
Florida, outlining the specific environmental con WAUCHULA, FLORIDA; WILLISTON, THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF
Florida, Including nonresidents owning
at public outcry to the highest and FLORIDA THE FOREGOING BEING
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12.00 '1
o'clock noon on June 4, 19B6, at the front
door entrance of the Bradford County
Electronic Sanyo
Courthouse at Starke, Florida. THE
Dated April 24, 198< Size

United Richard States L.Marshal Cox Jr. ,) DFFICE FileLetter 1,000 Raised PrintBusiness CASH REGISTERS

Middle District of Florida SHOP
John E. Lavvlor, III $
Assistant U.S. Attorney now.coil st. 1/3/ or 112 cut .399Storke

Attorney for Plaintiff 964-5764 Cards $1895 4 Dept. Reg. 499 . . .

5/1 41chq 5/22
Fla. $659
NOTICE OF AUCTION Box $529

NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. 10 Dept. Reg. 629 . . .
day, May 26, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock A.M..
the undersigned, Gator Freightways Duo Tang
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at
2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Florida, Double Pocket Case of 8'2x11Copy
one lot of end table consigned to Molten
\Company, Atlanta, Georgia, to satisfy dif'
", freight and storage charges under the Duo Tang Portfolio Paper .. '" -. ] .f

provisions of Section"4b( ) of Uniform;;
Portfoliowith '
Standard Bill of Lading. Reg. 9.75 $3795

Gator Freightways 12,670057, Inc.dtd,2268651521chS22 Carrier Fastners ((25 per box)


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$
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
a EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
Probate 8 Guardianship Department SPARCO SAVER
CASE NO.: 86-31-CP ADDING MACHINE
"' File No.: 1.3724 ROLLS +lo.-. ID e
IN RE: ESTATE OF r

'. ", KARL DeceasedNOTICE ERIK DODD. 3 Ring Reg. S3.95 White 150 feet 16 per Ib. roll.lint-free 2'/"paper.wide., .-r J. 5O O

((21500))

ADMINISTRATION OF ADMINISTRATIONTHE cf the Estate of V nyl .1'-I

.. KARL ERIC DODD, deceased, CaseNumber
$305
86-31-CP File Number 1.3724, Is Binders
pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford

County, Florida Probate Division, the \ J
address of which Is : Bradford County L

Courthouse, Starke, Florida ((32091)). The "
name and address of the Personal \ .. .;,

Representative and the Personal
29.59 .11\
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forth Ctn. 4
set
Representative's attorney are '
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'I below REG. $50.00 f.r: ,. :
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are required '
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to file with this court, WITHIN .
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Victor Electronic 800 -
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: (I)
all claims against the Estate, and ((2)) any CalculatorReg.
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objection by an Interested person to
', whom notice was mailed that challengesthe 139 i
validity of the will the qualifications, .

of the Personal Representative venue, .
v. or jurisdiction of the tour. $139
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT .
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ,-.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: May 8, 1986.
JOYCE NEWSOME DODD LOPEZ We'bster's
4821 39th Street 1
Dickenson Texas 77539 New Collegiate : :: : .

Attorneys for Personal Representative: ..
.. BESSENT S MOODY
WM. A. BESSENT, III ESQUIRE Dictionary .;:
403 West Georgia St.
Post Office Box 1056 1695
Starke FL 32091 ,..,'. :1.

((904)) >2ATTORNEYS .'.
FOR PETITIONER

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In Re: The Marriage of t Hon

JOHN L. CONNELLY Husbandand $ ; r -5---. I
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ANNA CONNELLY Wife. t + I Full suspension vertical file. Drawers open fully with

NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO r 8 nylon rollers per drawer. Quality construction at a
: JOHN L. CONNELLY, 350 Summit + '
economical price.
Avenue, Jersey"City, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an Twa.drawer-29"H x 25"D. Reg. $137.00LetterSlze15"W.59Ibs.
Action for Dissolution of Marriagehas .
been filed against you and you Black DE4.5 12.P 9969
are required to serve a copy of your Copy Tropic Sand DE4-512-K NOW
written defenses, If any to It, on the
plaintiff, attorney, whose name and" Machine Reg. $165.00

address is DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A., +At suggested list prices Legal Size-18"W, 65 Ibs
P. O. Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida Black OE4-S12C-P 11999enta
32091, R I s Tropic Sand DE4-512C-K NOW
and file the original with the el.rf
of the above styled court on jr

ludgeme..t|before May may 23 be 1986 entered; otherwise against a $4500 & Up 6 rolls 3/4 x36yd. Magic Tape. . $14.95 Letter Four.drawer-52"Hx25"D.Size-15"W. 1071bs Reg $18700

you for >erelief i demanded In the Per Month l' roll 3/4 x 36 yd. Removable Magic Tape FREEFREE Black DE4-S14-P NOW 13599
complaint or petition. Tropic Sand DE4-S14-K

WITNESS my hand and the seal of plus cost TWin-ROIL Dispenser Reg. $219.00
said Court on April 28. 1986.GILBERTS copy

RO....', All for only. . . r r $14.95 LegaISlze-1S"W.117Ibs. 1RQ 39
Clerk of said Court Black DE4-514C-P
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LMWSOII These officers will bo in- American Legion To Hold Rev. & Mrs. Gussle Bright Celebrate 50 Years
!stalled till' Juno meeting.
Haislop-Smith Volunteers of America Chaplain Christ! me Lawson opened Memorial Day ServicesAmerican Rev and Mrs. Uussie: M Bright dress: Iwcllt/ high Ilt'l'k'fll'ollal' vutli
he nieelmgwillia PI'UY'I'lllld devotional celebrated their 501: h wedding( anniversary long baloon sleeves.: Her hat was!
ToldMi
Engagement Hold Open House / reading "Origin ol Mother's : Ll'guIr08t56 will hold on Saturday' May 17, by sun.untied with pearl beads and,
: Kdiiiir L. inrvor and Mrs. Volunteers ol America will hold I)ay" Marguerite/( reported Memorial Services on Memorial renewing their wt'dllIvows/ at a bad a two loot veil. Rev. Bright worea
K.i\, ll.iislop; ( a'vPI' iiMMouiH-c the their annual Spring Open House at the recent Memorialhall Service oat t Day, May 30, at the monument on a\l! f'ot'lIIal'l'I'I'lIIony given lo I hem by white luxedo wilh lail!>.
I'liiMKi'inrnt and approaching I mnr- 1317 S. Walnut St. in Starke, on Crosby Lake Cemetery where the South at 10:00 a.m. their cbildieti and grandchildieri.The The reception was! held at the
i i.iut1' '': dl I heir daughter, Andrea Saturday, May 24, al 4 p.m. speaker was her son Robert Hall All organization in the county are eveul on-lined at 1'ilgiim Aui'il'irium' in IheSeurs7'own! I'l.i/a.
Mii-lirlc ll.iislop, to Raymond Ed- Volunteers! ol AmeiiiM is a home member ol the Sons ot the ConmVlt'd to place wreaths al the Rest Freewill Baptist' Church in
\\.ini I Smith I son of Mr. Sidney for the handicapped who work at federacy. She lave( special commendation monument. Lake! md where Rev. Bright is the 20 % Off
Smith, all 01 Jacksonville' Sunshine Acres. li>Linda Sullivan lor her work Coffee and doughnuts will be served p.l tslor! The ceremony was performed -
Andrea is a graduate of Terry The public is invited lu al 11111. J For in preparing/( map of the cemetery at, I Ihe post home Irom 8:30: lo 9:30: by Rev. II, J, Kodmon.Mrs. ( All Graduation Gifts
"I',11 kcr 'Iii gh School and is employed more information contact Maria. shoeing where the Union mid Confederate ii.m .,Bright vvorea beautiful while
lis Sal hcrhn IMI/J: Inc. Raymond is Walker al \SM.4( -8747. soldiers' Braves iiie located lace gown with a lour loot train The Roth Locutions e Williams Jewelry

a graduate: < ol Terry Porker HighS also a list was made Hiving each 20 % Off
( liiMil und is emplojed by Allsl.ite McRae Reunion soldier's iKinie. rank and company

hard'uCompiiny.. June 1 11l'M'I'VIlI\\ith, All Graduation I Gifts
I'lii' \\'l'hllnlwill| lie .luiie 1.>. at (Ii i ipm Mrs Ifnlilxe Wike. 11t1'o10I'i.lIgllV('
at MarnuatlKi I 15.ipli.sl t'liuivh Thl'kHal'] family reunion will beheld the pioi'rain on lleiomes of Dixie, Doth Locutions e \Villi.misJc\\flry NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe
in Jacksonville) Friends and Sunday June 'I al the J Florida Winter I ol De.speralion 1 taken Irom
relatives are cordially invited. Slate Training Site diaries anil letters ol' Southern

women,
Mrs. Franklyn WeisgerberNew !Luncheon! vas served following Summer Youth JobApplications Bradford County Commission announces a
Dickinson-Ocheltree the The ('('Ill erpia'e was
UDC President pionraiii. Being Taken public hearing to which all interested
Wedding June 14 aiiarranneiiienl ol pink hydrangeas.Mrs.
W.T. Weeks Chaplger. U.D.C] Km.ijoCamplejolinol; Miami The Slit'ke Job Set i ice <(1111<)l I ice will persons are invited to attend.
:Mrs and 1(1rs.FrankIitkinsunnl'J l elected' olliccrs lo serve lmi-lllt! ( mil Mis) Joan Hall ol Slaike wereguests. be taking applications: beginning
SIlike, announce the upcoming l terms as mallows: President, Mis.Frankl.M ] May I Ill! JiihTi.iiiiiiigl'.iiliii-r-I
m.ii'ri.iRe ol (heir daughter, ) Weisgeiber; Ism Vice- Hope Baptist Youth ship! Act/Siiiiiiner Voulb Kinplojinenl DATE:: Monday June 2, 1986
Christine, lo Jim Ochellrec, son of I'residi-nl Mrs. Lncile Clews.; 2nd !, I'Migi.iin" MTIWSYKPl:
Mi and Mrs. I Dino Gilbert of Red- Vice-Presidnel Mrs. Hurney Hold Car Wash 'I'lus I I piiigiam I is: designed: fur TIME:: 10:00 a.m

thug" "alilornia. Winkler; 3rd Viee-President. Mrs. The Youth ol Hope Baptist will voullis age" 14 Iliiougli/ who niecl
The wedding will In- June. 14, at 3 Jewel Roberts; Seciclaiy Mrs. have, a car.. wash Ihis Saturday May cor6tni income guidelines, All in-
p in in the home of the bi idctobe'sp.u l'egg': Tilellll..,.; Treasurer. Mrs.Mon.i 24, al Ihe C'mnmunily Slate Bank leiesled persons :.hlll1lt1l'ollll' li> Ilit'AlldunatinuswillgotowardYouth PLACE: County Commission Meeting Room
'ruts CiittiiVii Ilisloriiin, Mrs) Hubble I huh Service Ollice al Kui WI"" ; H.. j.h'in', Mrs] Rhod.i KiU'nunler: Summer Camp in Jel'lerl4aun' i Vo-Tccli! <>lll! N Oi.inge"
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)D.impier. Chaplain Mis Cliiislme "" '. :11 I .I u'Id Sit eel. St.ll -kc-
Son v nv., riiiiessi.'f ii winIrom u.
PURPOSE: Discuss suitablefor
areas potentially
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I Legal NoticesIN .. ... .. ., ," ".,.'w"' .. ... -IJ1J_
facility as required by the Florida

THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR at public sale to the highest' and best Donald L. Smith Esquire one lot of oil absorbant consigned to Water Quality Assurance Act of 1983.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA bidder for cash at the front entrance of 816 Barnett Bank Building IPC Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, to satisfy
CIVIL DIVISION the Bradford County Courthouse In Jacksonville ((904)) 354 3645 freight and storage charges under the Information about this public hearing may be
CASE 85.283 Starke Florida, at 11 00 a.m on the 12th Attorney for Plaintiff provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
FLEET FINANCE INC. day of June 1986 5'222tcha: 5/29 Standard Bill of Lading. obtained from the County Clerk of Court or from

Plaintiff, DATED this 15th day of May 1986 AUCTION NOTICE Gator Freightways Inc Carrier North Central Florida Regional Planning Council ,
vs GILBERTS BROWN NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon Pro 14.768831 dtd 4/4/86
5/22 5/29 10-300 S.W. 2nd Avenue Gainesville, FL 32601
LINDA HAWKINS, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy day June 2, 1986. at 10:00 o'clock a.m., 2tchg
Defendant Faye N. WhItehead the undersigned, Gator Freightways, Telephone: (904)) 376-3344 i
NOTICE OF SALE Deoutv Clerk Inc will sell at public auction for cash at f t' \.t 5 rl,Y

NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuantto 2600 Lloyd Rd. Jacksonville, Florida
the Final, Judgement entered In Case
Number 85.283 In the Circuit Court of
Bradford County Florida, I will ell the
property situated in Bradford County
Honda. described as::
A parcel of land lying in the W 1/2 of NE SERVI&TAR
1 4 of. SE 1'4 Section 18. Township 6 .
South Range 22 East Bradford County,,
Florida and being more particularly

described Commence as at follows the NW corner of the Sizzling Summer Specials

afore described W I 1'2 of NE 1/4 of SE :
1 4 and run thence North 8910 E a
distance of. 631.91 feet to a point;: run
thence South O"24 30 E. 1120.92 feet to Now Thru Sat.rMay24GENERAL
POB from POB thus described, continue
South 0'24'30' E. 210 feet to a point, run
thence South 88"4106" W, 210 feet to a ". -. l'-
pni.it" run thence North 0"24'30 W 210 ) ELECTRIC
tent lo a point, run thence North
88 41 06' E 210 feet to POB and contain Silicone IICaulkSealant :
rig one acre more or less.
Woodlife Wood
at public sole to the highest bidder for -
cash at the front door of the Bradford
County Courthouse in Starke Florida Preservative
at '1100 1 a.m. on the 12th day of June (! Weatherproofs and Insulates glass, metal rubber,
1986 t wood.ceramIcs Won't crack,chip or peel.Stays Waterproofs, retards swelling,warping, shrinking i itiVN
Gilbert, S. BrownAs flexible from 65Flo550F 10 3oz Clearer Prevents rot,,decay mildew Excellent for paint or '
Clerk of Said Court white #5000. 5010 varnish, Gallon/clear./100903
By Faye N. Whitehead v"u" i iQ 1 1' a'1M r
Deputy Clerk '- $17J99
'I $ 99
5/22 2tchg 5/29 SPECIAL SPECIAL

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t PRICE t l + PRICE

Less mfr. mail-in rebate. $2.00 I Less mfr. mail-in rebate $2.00
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Cost after 99<: Cost after $ 99
CASE NO. 85 296 CA .
STOCKTON, WHATLEY DAVIN & COMPANY mfr. rebate 1/J3625.6 mfr. rebate H53617


a Florida Plaintiff. corporation .4w'

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By Michelle Hall National Honor Society: Kellie

BCT CorrespondentThe Baldwin, Larry Barnhill, Marsenna
Senior Awards Banquet, Brantley, Tracie Clark, Allison Den- .i
which was held in the BHS mark, Erika Gruen, Lynn Holtzen
auditorium May 20, honored the dorf, Karen Martin, Sharon Martin,
graduating class of l: Bs. The Masterof Theresa McCollum, Rusty Nail and
Ceremonies was Senior Class Mike Rowley.
President Trade LeAnn Clark. Senior Class LeadershipTracie:
The evening started off with the Clark and Tammy Dempsey.
recognition of Valedictorian Terese
Richardson, Salutatorian Rusty Departmental Awards

Nail, High Honor Graduates, Marsie Agriculture: Doug Ashley, Public
Brantley, Tracie Clark, Jay Hayes, Speaking; Loren Boone.
Lynn Holtzendorf, Karen Martin, Agriculture ; John Green.
Rusty Nail and Terese Richardson; Agriculture ; Tina Harris.
Honor Graduates Kellie Baldwin, Agriculture ; Kyle Harrison
Donna Kay Barker, Larry Barnhill, Agriculture; Mitch Holsenbeck
Amy Clark, Allison Denmark, Marie Agriculture ; Irving Meres.
Doughman, Joseph Griffis, Polly Agriculture; and Stacy Parrish
Griffis, Erika Gruen, Edward Hall, Agriculture.Art ,

John Hamilton, Sharon Martin, Ton- : Wayne Sutton i i. -.
ja McCloud Boswell, Theresa Mc- Band: Patty Browder, Jay H.iyes. .
Collum, Irving Meres, Katherine Lynn Holtzendorf and Donna ........ "'-.t.i ; .
O'Hearn, Richard O'Steen, Stacy Parado.
Parrish, Michael Rowley, Melissa Business: Donna Barker Karen
Todd, Deanna Tomlinson, Michelle Martin and Sharon Martin. Honor Grads...

Ann Watkins and, Melissa Wilson.Special Williams. Chorus: Jay Hayes and Michelle BIIS honor graduates, with grade pom I axcniKri( ;It-.5:) received a Lynn Holt/endorf Erika (;men, Tiutie Clark, Polls Griffis John
Frampton Jimmy Ann Watkins. medal and a scholarship to Santa !"(' (ommunilj College: at Senior Hamilton Donna Barker.
PresentationsThe Computer Eduction : Marsie Awards Night.: Second row : Sharon :\Jartill. :Ma-lielle Ann \Valkins. l.uir> Ha rnhiii, Eddie l-
Brantley and Richard O'Steen. The honor grades: lire (i-r): Hall. Richard O'Sleen Kellie BaldwinI Irving :\\leres. Amy Cl.irk,
Woodmen of the World In- Drama: Darlene Norman. Front .row- Karen :M.ulin. Jay ll.ijt's ItiiMx Nail, Terese Kic'hardson :\h'i..saillia.\ ...'", Deanna Tomlinson.
surance Society of Lake City English: Tracie Clark, Julie
recognized one of the graduates for Fowler, Erika Gruen Edward Hall,
their outstanding knowledge and/or Karen Martin, Sharon Martin, Student Council: Kellie Baldwin Other Scholarships Jr. Class Awards Most Flirtatious: Stacey Reddishand
achievement in the area of Terese Richardson and Russell and Deanna Tomlinson. Kyle Harrison. i"
Smith full Women'sAthletic Rollins Centennial Award
Pally : College :
and
Trainor.
Richard- Thomas
American History: Terese Coolest: Chris
Scholarship! to attend St. Sherri Harrell.
Education Ronald
Exceptional : Awards
son. LaTanya Tyson.
Brown LaShon Davis Daniel Special Johns River Community College in "High Scorers in the 19H7\ Na- and
American Legion Awards: Jay Commended student in the Na- Most Athletic: Frank Long
Palalka.
Hayes and Lynn Holtzendorf. Knowles and Jett !Mateljan. tional Merit Scholarship Corporation's Marla Reddish.
tional Achievement ScholarshipProgram Maria Reddish full Women'sAthletic Sherri Harrell and
: Program:
Board of Trustees ScholarshipsSFCC French: Carrie Sellers. Most Individual: Terri J.ikab and
Outstanding Negro
for to attend Santa Shaun Smith."I .
Scholarship
( ). Top 10 percent of class; full Journalism : Kellie Baldwin, :McCloud Karl Leitheiser.Best .
students in 19B6: Tonja in
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Community
Leadership
tuition and books: Terese Richardson Deanna Tomlinson and LaTanya Dressed: Donna Parado and
Boswell. Gainesville. Awards Sherri Harrell and Chuck
Rusty Nail, Lynn Holtzendorf, Tyson. Dreamers and Doers I'JtKi Award Mike Full Men'sAthJl.tll' Coburn.: Clinton Jenkins.
Marsenna Brantley, Tracie Clark, JROTC: Larry Barnhill, William World Teiese Chappell : Most Talented: Jimmy Wilson and
from Wall Disney :: Scholarship! to attend Pratt The 19K6 Athlete-Leader Con-
Karen Martin, Jay Hayes, Sharon Foster, William Holsenbeck, Greg Tricia Lawson.
Valarie McCloud and Richardson. Junior College! in Pratt, Kansas. ference: Ann Starling and Billy Har-
Martin, Larry Barnhill, Amy Clark, Jackson, Teacher's PetKeith: Gillingham
Jackson full Men's Athletic
Melissa Williams Frampton, Stephanie Mitchell. Presidential Academic Fitness Greg : rell.Girl's and Robin Hersey.
Latin Nail. Awards Barnhill Marsie Scholarship to attend Concordia College State: Tammy Lynn.Boy's and Jason
Katherine O'Hearn, Edward Hall, : Rusty : Larry Cutest: Erika Gruen
Erika Gruen, Richard O'Steen, Don- Mathematics: Amy Clark, Tracie Brantley, Amy Clark, Erika Gruen, in St. Paul, Minnesota. State: Darren Cruce. Huggins.
na Barker, Stacy Parrish, Michelle Clark Erika Gruen, Karen Martin Edward Hall, Jay Hayes, Lynn Terese Richardson: Academicsl'holur.hip )Friendliest: Tammy Dempseyand
Ann Watkins, Melissa Todd, Deanna and Sharon Martin,, Holtzendorl, Karen Martin, Sharon : to Berry. College in Soph Class Awards : Billy Jackson.
Tomlinson and Jimmy Wilson. Office Service: Kellie Baldwin, Martin Rusty Nail Katherine Rome, Georgia. $1200 per year, Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation: Wittiest: Allison Denmark and
Beck Scholarships (SFCC). $600 Michelle Sexton and LaTanya O'llearn Terese Richardson and renewable, based on GPA. Journalism Jason Brown. Chris Dougherty.Most .
per school year for tuition and Tyson.Physical. Melissa Williams Frarrplon. : scholarship of$1000 per year, School Spirit: Terri Fender
Education John I.D.E. ( to based: on GI'A, renewable. Senior SuperlativesMost
books : Marie Doughman and : Boys: P.K Program and Doug Carlton.
Hamilton and Frank for Initiative and Distinction Karen Martin: lull tuition scholarship Succeed Kellie
Russell Trainor. Long Recognize: Talkative: Chris Cribbs and Most Likely to :
Plus One Scholarship (SFCC Outstanding Athelete USMC. Girls: in Education) ; In writing: Allison to Lee College in Cleveland, Sherry Herndon. Baldwin and Jay Hayes.

Handicapped students. Full tuition Cheri Green, Marla Reddish Slacey Denmark, Michelle Hall Julie Tennessee: !Most Dependable: Wayne Sutton !Most BashfulJelirey: McClellanand
and books: John Hamilton. Reddish Brena Skeen Bridget )Fowler and winner Terese Richardson Sharon Martinfull tuition and Deanna Tomlinson.Best Denise Gullion.
Andrews Scholarship (SFCC) Skeen, Patty Smith and Daphne In scienceMichael: Rowley and scholarship to Lee college in All-Around: Tracie Clark and Most Intellectual: Karen and
$600 per school year for tuition and Williams. winner Rusty Nail Cleveland, Tennessee John Hamilton. Sharon Martin and Rusty Nail

books: Patty Browder, Amy Jo
Carter, Michael Chappell, Terri Physical Science: Tracie Clark
Fender, Joseph Griffis, Polly Grif- Erika Gruen and Russell Trainor.
fis, Billy Jackson, Stacey Reddish, Biological I Science : Marsie
Pamela Taylor and Sharon Vessel. Brantley and Stephanie Mitchell.
Starke Rotary Club ScholarshipsSFCC Bausch and Lomb Awards: Rusty
( ). $600 per school year for tui- Nail and junior Shorn Harrell.
tion and books: Kelliene Baldwin Social Studies: Lynn Holtzendorl.
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and John Hamilton. Outstanding; Rusty Nail, Outstan- Gifts FOR THE BRIDE _,, ,,
Starke Club ding Russell Trainor, European
Rotury AnonymousDonor ; ,, ;
Scholarships (SFCC). One History Achievement. AND THE GROOMSHARP :; ;;
year only, $750 for tuition and books: Spanish: Cheri Green, Lynn .

Jav Hayes and. Deanna Tomlinson. Holtzendorf and.! .Donna..Parado.
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The BUS Tornado football team held it's annual Inlrattquad contest last
Thursday night In a tune-up for this ycur'B Senior-Junior game tonight
: / and the upcoming Spring Jamboree (see story for details).
:4- Asst. 'oach Jay Godwin (above at right) led the while team against the
veteran Coach David Hurse.
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Wearing a number tor the that t expected to do lot much, that 1986 is hilling scrimmage progressed set May 30 at Palatka High stadium. Williston game last season when QB secondary. Greg Wiggins did a good
time rattles a new pl.'(' ', points out supposed to be a rebuilding season. Coach nurse points out. Bradford High plays the second Frank Long was injured handled job at this rover back post.
('na-h David Hurse. and that happened The youngsters' challenged the new The players had a good learning quarter against Interlachen High himself well his experience show On the Red team defense Coach
to some Tornado gndders as players to show what they can do. experience.Red and the third quarter against ing, Hurse said Hurse mentioned tackle Billy Har-
i he Reds beat the Whites 2lJ.l3111 the team QB Robert Starling, Palatka The White team with Coach Jay rell a returning letterman; Dennis
annual. I Scarlet-Grey game last Frank and l And) ... making his first "start" is a senior Godwin calling the signals, did an Cummings, who started several
Thursday night, May 15. First challenge of the 1986 Tornado ) but also was nervous as the scored over-all good job, said Coach Hurse. games last season at defensive end;
1 Experience showed. For instance, squad will be the Junior-Senior two touchdowns for the 20-13 win. The Offense... QB Robert Starling started slowly DT Dane Clark, linebacker Reggie
voiei-an linebacker Gary Wise kept game set fur 8 p.m. tomorrow (Fri QB Starling scored on a play- Everybody played in the Scarlet- but settled down as the scrimmagewore Leverson, and cornerback Mike
IIMIII into the He'd backfield! and day May 23). action puss and sneaked in from four( Gray game, but there were so many on. Starling scored twoTD'sand Gray.Practice.
making tackles before/ the plays got It'll be a real challenge. Coach yards out. players this year that not everybody completed some ci ucial passes. this week hrs been
-i.irted.' \ and the young ollensive Hurse expects senior QB Frank Freshman running back Rodney played as much as Coach Hurse Freshman running back Rodney preparation for the upcoming
..in-non!I didn't know how' lu pick up a Long, speedy running back Andy !Mosley hit, dipped, and got outside would have liked. Mosley looked good in the Red team Junior-Senior game. Difference this
hard-charging and experienced Jones, and wide receiver Todd lor a long touchdown run for the Red Had defensive coach Mike Sexton backfield, and freshman fullback week will he the best players will be
linebacker from Bradford's 11-1 McLeod to show the youngsters hew" team been present, there would not have Chris Durban did a good job, said put together to tackle the veteran
tuuehlch' finished second in the Tornadoes racked up 11 wins in Corey Strong caught a 25 yard been as much offense. Coach Sexton Hurse. and talented seniors. Not as many
siit.. in Class 3A. 1983. It will be t the last I lime Tornado pass and ran 35 yards for one White was still in Alabama alter the sud- boys will get to play this week,
The players were enthusiastic, football fans can see QB Long and team score. David Williams caught den death of his father. The Defense... regretfully, said Coach Hurse. It will
mule so than in a long !lime, said a RB Jones \\ho have bot h signed grid a 43 'yard TD pass for the White Fullback Greg Wiggins did a great Gary Wise, a slatting inside be the same for the jamboree, Hurse
smiling Coach Hurse. However, in a scholarships with a junior college in head. job running the football, said Coach linebacker on last year's squad, led says.The.
l p>nst-game huddle veteran player Kansas. Hurse, who was going by memory the white team in tackles and 1986 squad is still a l long way
"reminded the players they are all on Junior-Senior Ga in e... because the game films were not played a strong defense game, said from being a good football team, but
t the) same team.Challenging, Scarlet-Gray Game.. The annual Junior-Senior game isset very good. Darrin Patterson Im- Coach Hurse. is making progress, the veteran
the theveteran Clark who Strong and Darrin Patterson coach points out. Game experiencewill
players Tht''oung players were nervous at 8 p.m. next proved. QB Johnny Corey
reminded the boys are." not but they improved as 1 the hard-: The Spring lootball Jamboree is started and played the entire did a goon i"'hc defensive be valuable for them.



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By :\ IIi II "Every young lady deserves an Next up was Brenda Butler, Coachof The Highest Batting Average Jody Brown. Coach McGriff offered For awards in the boys, the Most
BC'T Correspondent award for the. .. outstanding job done the JV Lady Softball Team and Award went to Robert Starling, who congratulations to the team and the Improved Trackster Award went to
UHS} athletes, their coaches and this year' Coach Slater stated. The assistant coach to Coach Slater of had a batting average of 420. The ,contributors to the program. senior Wesley Johnson. The Sport-
(I''i.iM-nN i wrapped up another fine first award to go out was the Most the Varsity team. "It has been a Leadership Award went to senior Next, David Hurse presented the smanship Award went to senior John
"F d.mt. in spring sports Monday Outstanding Defensive Player great pleasure coaching these Mike Chappell The Outstanding Golf awards. (Coach Sexton was out Hamilton. The High Point Track
night! during the annual awards ban- award, which went to Shon Butler It serious, hard working young ladies Defense Award went to lead-off hit- of town at the time). The team had a Award In running events went to
'iU| < I IThe was Shon's first time out, and accor- and to be appointed the first JV ter Todd McLeod. The Outstanding 16-3 season record. Tied for the Low junior Corey Roberts, with 47.5
first presentation was made ding to Coach Slater, she did a Coach at BHS", commented Coach Pitching Award went to Robert Golffer Award was junior Hal Wood points. Corey also received the Most
li\ Coach John Slater, introducingthe "heckuva ;iob". Butler. The team had a 6-2 season Starling. Robert also received the and freshman Ed Douglas.The Outstanding Trackster Award The
Varsity Lady Softball Team record, due to the late start the team Most Valuable Player Award. final presentation of awards High Point Award in field events
which he led to one of their best The next award was Most Outstan- had. Coach Butler encourages next Before giving out the tennis were Track and Field, made by went to senior Lonnie Hamilton,who
seasons ever in which they were ding Offensive Player. Coach Slater year's freshmen to come out and awards Coach McGriff had a few Coach Hurse. (Coach Loper was out had 64 and qne fourth points. Lonnieis
tanked during the season as high as said, about this young lady, "She'llretire join the team, to make it an even bet- words of thanks to the High School, of town, also). In the girls; who have also,the first athelete since 1974,
second in the state. this one". It went to Stacey ter team. Mrs. Judy Brown and Wanda set the most school records (17,13 of who has gone to state championship
Reddish, who has lead the team in Next on the program was the Prevatt, Mr. Stanley Crawford them set by sophomore Lori Sapp), in three sports; football, weightlifting -
The seniors on the team were:: hitting the past two years. baseball awards, presented by Coach David Hurse, Dr. Rother, andthe the Most Improved Trackster and track and field.
:Maria' Reddish, with a .51)4 batting Coach Mike Richter and Assistant parents and students for their Award went to sophomore Felicia
.1\nage, 9 homeruns and 70 RBI's; The !Most Improved Player Award Coach Jim Lewis. This year was a support and understanding Davis. The Sportsmanship Award Comments from Coach Loper on
1'01,lIy Smith, .482 batting average, 6 went to Pridget Skeen. "She worked case of the rookie coach coaching a throughout the season; to the went to sophomore Angie Cohens. the accomplishments from the
homeruns and 44 RBI's; Stacey RedIi very hard, filled the position we rookie team. Having young, inex- Telegraph for their support and The High Point Honors in field team; "Both the girls and boys team
ii -h with a .633 batting average and worried about filling. She got
were perienced players put a load on events went to sophomore Kim have accomplished so very much.
,10!<> RBI's; Daphne Williams with a better and better; she just progressed Richter. Even though the team's
coverage, to Telegraph reporter- Adams, who acquired 25 points in They have done so much with so little -
4oo() batting average; Cheri Green throughout the season"saidCoach record slipped this season, after all photographer Mark Friedlin for field events alone. Kim had a total of in terms of manpower on the
\\ nh a .612 batting average; Bridget Slater. the hard work put in, they still had covering the matches and taking 58 points. Of all the girls who participated team. It's been a long time since a
Skeen with a .495 batting average, fun. some shots of the team in action, and in field events, Kim had the group of young kids have accomplished -
and Brena Skeen, the team'sdesignated The Coach's Award went to Patty to the All Sports Club for their con- most points earned. The Most so much.They held on to
hitter, had a .350 batting Smith. Patty did an outstanding job Coach Richter hopes that next tributions during the season. Outstanding Runner and High Point the major objective of performance-
average hitting. She was a leader and a great year's coach will come in and work Running Award went to sophomoreLori to do the very best they can and be
defensive player and played several hard with the talent at BHS. He The tennis team's overall recordwas Sapp, having 163 points over the patient. They did that all through the
The team's record was 18-3, winning positions. "She is a real aggressive baseball the and 9-3 for "BHS peaked perfectly. It
would like to see some good 14-9, 5-6 for girls season. year.
13 in a row; the team batting player who doesn't like to lose", For the six records been schedule
come out of BHS. "These atheletes the boys. The Most Improved Player boys, were couldn't have more on
.1\ el age was 521. During the last six commented Coach Slater. need to get serious about baseball. Award in the girls went to Jackie broken. Lonnie Hamilton, indoor from district to region to state"
weeks of the season was the time Parents need to push harder to get Nguyen. The Girl's Most Valuable shotput: 42' 42"; Darren Patterson,
Coach Slater was most proud of. Asa The Most Valuable Player award more response," commented Coach Player Award went to Sherri Ross. long jump: 16'6"; Cam Ward,indoor
!team, the grade point average on went to Marla Reddish, who plays Richter Coach Richter couldn't find The Girl's Most Outstanding Player 1600 meter run: 5:35:33: ; Robert To end the evening's program,
shortstop and had a .504 batting the leadership needed, having only Award went to Maria Thomas. Thorpe, indoor 1800 meter run: Coach Hurse announced that next
i he whole was 2.8, with four players average, with 45 RBI's this year and two seniors on the team. Coach For the boys, the Most Improved 2:19:27: : ; Corey Roberts, outdoor 400 the BHS Softball field will havean
making the A-B Honor Roll 29 RBI's last year. Marla is a "lighton Richter challenges next year's teamto Player Award went to Pat Diggs. meter run: 50:1: ; The 1600 meter electric, Scoreboard, as will the
When it came time for the awardsto our program and an outstanding work hard, get serious and go for The Most Valuable Player Award relay team (Robert Thorpe, Wesley BMS gym. These electric
be given out in the field of Softball, person in the classroom" com- it; they've got the "ability, facilities went to Jimmy Wilson. The Most Johnson, Herbie Cooper and Corey scoreboards were donated by the
Coach Slater's decision was hard. mented Coach Slater and the coaches" to be the best. Outstanding Player Award went to Roberts): time: 3:30:71.: Coca-Cola Company



I Cubbettes Lead Women's Softball League With 9-0 Record

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Cubbettes in first place. Starettes' Kittles and Pittman had KSI G, Waldo 9 son and Williams had one. The Bright, Hankel'!>on, Brown and F and D 6, Starettes 2

Cubbettes lead in the women's two hits, Marshall, Lindsey, Butler Beating KSI 9-6 May 6, Waldo's Starettes had no hits. Johnson had one hit.KS's Beating the Starettes 6-2 May 15,F
league with a 9-0 recC'rd.Othl'r Woods and Kitchens had one. Final Silvers had two hits, Jordan, S. Honsberger and Broughtonhad and D's Barnett had three hits,Ellis,
standings: Farmers and score: Waldo 11, Starettes 8. Smith, E. Smith, Cash, Y. KSI 11, Starettes 7 two hits, Strickland. Hodges, Pace and Polhills had one hit.
[Dealers 5-3, Waldo 4-5, Starettes 1-8 Strickland, M. Strickland and Dyson Beating the Starettes by four runs Harris and Amentrout had one hit. Starettes' Pittman and C. Green
and KSI 36.C'ubbettes. Starettes 12, KSI 9 had one. May 8, KSI's Evans had three hits, had one hit.Cubbettes.
Beating KSI 12-9 April 23, Staret- KSI's Myers had two hits, Evoms, Boughton and Myers had two hits, Starettes 10, Waldo 11
17, F and D 9 tes' Aaron had three hits, Marshallhad Strickland, Evans and Honsbergerhad lodgers, Crawford and Spencer had Winning by one run against the 17. Starettes 7
Cubbrttes' two, Butler, Kitchens, Bryant, one. Starettes May 12, Waldo's Eudailey Beating the Starettes 17-7 May 20,
F and D 17.9 May 5, one.Starettes'
Beating Marshall and Pittman had three hits Richards and Seay
hits
Jackson, Woods, Williams and Coving Cubbettes' Butler had three ,
Bright had four hits, Butler and ton had one. had two hits, Woods, Jackson and had two hits, E. Smith, S. Smith and Desue,Brown, Mack, King, Johnson
had three Mack
md Hankerson ,
KSI's Crawford had three hits, Aaron had one. Final score: KSI 11, Strickland had one hit. and Hankerson had two hits,Jenkins
King had two, all from the Cubbet- Strickland and Harris had two, M. F and D 19, Starettes 12 Starettes 7. Starettes' Rothman and Aaron and Davis had one hit.

tl'S had Evans and D. Evans had one. Beating the Stareltes 19-12 April had two hits, Lindsey, Marshall, Starettes' Kinsler, Green and
From F and D, Crawford two 14, F and D's Bishop, Bradley and Waldo 3, F and D 13 Jackson, Butler, Woods and Green Woods! had two hits, and Marshallhad
hits, Ellis, Barnett, Pace,
Bradley,
Scoff and Polhill had one. Underwood had three hits! L Perry, Winning 13-3 May 8 against Waldo, had one hit.Cubbettes, one.Waldo.
Perry F and D 10, Waldo 9 Pace, E. Perry had two hits, Ellis, F and D's Bradley, Ellis, Carter,
Winning by one run April 24,F and Scott and Polhill had one Scoff and Crawford had two hits,
D's Barnett and Bradley had two Kinsler, Aaron, Marshell and Barnett, Polhill and Bishop had one. 18. Waldo 0
hits, Ellis, Underwood, J. Crawford Williams had two hits, Woods, Waldo's S. Smith, E. Smith and Shutting out Waldo May 15, Cub- 4, KSI S .
Waldo 11, Starettes 8 Pace, L Crawford and Polhill had I Green, Mann and Wessels had one. Dysp.n had one hit. bettes' Williams and Brown had Winning by one run May 20 against
Winning by three runs April 29, one. Final score: F and D 10, Waldo three hits Butler, Bright L. Mark Waldo KSI s Evans had two hits,
Waldo's Jordan and Cash had two Starettes 0, Cubbettes 10 Cubbettes 13. KSI 8 and King had two hits, B. Mark and Broughton, Myers and Honsbergerhad

hit.-. Cooper, Silvers, Strickland, 9.Waldo's Smith and Cooper had two Shutting out the Starettes May 6, Beating KSI 13-8 May 12, Cubbet- Jenkins had one hit. one hit.
:Mcf'allister Dyson and Stricklandhad hits, Jordan, Smith, Silvers, Cubbettes' Butler, Bright, Brown tes' Butler had four hits, Williams Waldo had no hit. Final score: Waldo had a total of four hits.
one. Eudailey and Cash had one hit. and Johnson had two hits, Hanker- and King had two hits, Desue Cubbettes 18, Waldo 0. Final score: KSI 15, Waldo 4.



I Phillies Lead Dixie Minor League With a 6-2 RecordIn

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In Dixie Minor League Baseball, Dixie League Boys. Rangers 9, Bulls 8 Rangers Mavericks 3 Bandits 15, Mavericks 2 hits, and Patrick had one hit.

sponsored by the Starke Recreation Winning by one run April 25, Beating the Mavericks 11.3 May 1, Beating the Mavericks 15-2 May ,
Department, the Phillies are leadingthe Rangers take first place.In Rangers' Wiggins had three hits, Rangers' Francis, Wiggins, Hersey. 12, Bandits' Hudson had three hits Bulldogs'Silcox and Crawford had
league with a 5.2 record. first place in the Dixie League Francis had two, B. Hersey Bowen and Alday had two hits, and Goodowns, Milton, Patrick andNichols two hits, C. Thornton. R. Thornton
Other standings: Rangers, 6-2; In- Boys, sponsored by the Starke Jenkins, J. Hersey and Smith had Sheffield had one. had two hits, Jackson and Smith had one hit.
dians, 2.6; Bulldogs 7-3, and the Recreation Department, are the Mavericks' Whitehead, Noegeland Carver. Trimble and Williams had
one.Bulls'
Suns, 16.Phillies. Rangers with an 8-2 record. Prevatt and Strong had two Dempsey had one hit. one.
Other stangings: Bandits 7.4, hits; Hunter, Berry, McNeal and i
Orioles 6-3, Mavericks 2-5, Bulls 6-3 Wood had one hit. Final score: Mavericks' Whitehead had two
17, Bulldogs 11 and the Bulldogs 0-3. Rangers 9, Bulls 8. Mavericks 11. Bulldogs 7 hits. Rangers 8, Bandits 5
Beating the Bulldogs 17.11 May 14, Winning by four runs April 28
Phillies' Padgett, McClellan, Alexander Orioles 2. Hangers 15 Bulls 10, Bandits 0 Mavericks' Gnann and Noegel hadthree Beating the Bandits by three runs
Phillips and B Smith had Beating the Orioles 15-2 April 17, Shutting out the Bandits May 5, hits, Whitehead had two, Hat- had May 15, Rangers Wiggins! and Alday
hits
two Jenkins Sheffield
three hits, Wimpy and Woods had Rangers' Herscy, Francis, Smith Bulls' Cribbs had three hits,Johnsonhad ton, Chase and Siegmund had one. Bandits 17, Bulldogs 7 and Bowen, had one, Hersey hit.
one hit. and Bowen had two hits, Wiggins, two Hunter, Prevatt Berry, Bulldogs' Dyal had three hits, Beating the Bulldogs 17-7 May 20, Bandits' Nichols, Goodowns.
Ross, Stafford, Mason and had hit. White and Wood had Prescott Silcox and Seay
Bulldogs' Sheffield Alday one one The Ban- Thornton, Bandits' Goodowns had four hits, Jackson Trimble and Patrick had
and Urritia had two hits, Thompson, Orioles' Wise and Miracle had one dits had no hits. Final score: Bulls had one hit. Final score: Mavericks Jackson,Hudson and Long had three one hit. ,
Mason and Jones had one hit. hit. 10, Bandits 0. 11, Bulldogs 7.




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Bluegrass fans crowd Berry Blossom.


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Union County residents were Berry Blossom Bluegrass Festival letival'shistory tl.at it hasn't rained ingbird" and "Somewhre My Love," as he made the guests feel more than
iJ treated to what was probably the held this past weekend l lII the music luring the celebration: and although are often followed by faster tunes comfortable by poking a little fun at
f I best ever bluegrass music celebration park in Lake Butler. the shortage of precipitation has like "I'm Walkin". music stars who were not above pok-
for the county in the 7th annual This was the first time in I the been bad tor the farmers, it was But fast or slow, bluegrass will ing a little back.
great fur the fl'!'>t ivaiIS record( always find followers who enjoy the The by-word at the bluegrass
I I crowds( attended\ I the two day perfor- tales of everyday life and rural festival seemed to be "fun" as stars,
mance.Thoie. lifestyles told by bluegrass songs. promoters and fans all relaxed and
Hosting the Berry Blossom had a few good laughs.
was no shortage of pickin' festival was the Dixie Jubilees from The Dixie Jubilees seemed to
and grinnin' as bluegrass greats v the Cross City area. Also featured in voice the general feeling of the
convened! to play bluegrass and the two-day performance were: crowd as they performed the theme
gospel favorites Irom the present Beachville BluegrassformerFlorida song from television's "The Beverly
and the 1)1151.lleaIlnu'rs. state champion bluegrassband Hillbillies" as they sang "Thank you
41 w Carolina Rebels in their first folks for kindly droppin' in..set a
included Jim and appearance at the Berry Blossom spell, take your shoes olf."
Jesseol Grand Ole Opry fame and festival, the Beaumont Family, the No absent shoes were noticed in
Chubby Wise, always a lavoritc. Cross Family (BerrBlossom! the crowd, but there were plenty of
favorites), and Southern; Pride stretched-out legs, tapping toes and
Bluegrass music lans are more Bluegrass clapping hands as group alter group
'laid back' than rock and roll tans, Also appearing at the festival took the stage from 5 p.m. Friday to
but the enthusiasm of someone en- were the Suwannee River Cloggers midnight and from noon Saturday to
(l joying their favorite music is the from White Springs. The Berry midnight, making seven a seemingly -
: # same. Fans sometimes drive great Big Music Fan... Blossom stage may still be ringing magic number for bluegrass in
s distances to attend bluegrass with the quick tapping of the shoes of Lake Butler in one of the best!
r" \-f I festivals They bring their own lawn Janus "The Giant" Croft emceedthe these youngsters (and a couple of festivals ever.
... chairs or blankets and !spend the bliifgrass festival Althoughshod oldsters feeling youngster). The Berry Blossom Bluegrass
fPcI YI. {' night in recreation vehicles and hi filature, hp is long on the James ''The Giant' Crolt emceedthe Festival is promoted by Tillman
:, : tents. lmspitihtthat is associated! withbfuegravti festival. Although short of Richards of Richards Promotions in
f.lllS.Businessman. stature Croft is long on hospitality Lake Butler
The people at the Berry Blossom __
i festival brought out their chairs and '

sat underneath them in the front shade) of of the the trees stage or Men Plead Guilty in Drub Case I

) under the new shelter that was built ;
recently to shield fans Irom the ex- .. "-'
plt if'r' r ,i" James E. Forsman Forsman, Guido and Gustafson, with intent to distribute.
ol Keystone Heights pled guilty May all principals of the corporation that Forsman, 37, also admitted that he
t They got there early and stayed 20 to drug conspiracy and incometax owns Richenbacker's lounge in conspired to evade income taxes by
late, sitting and enjoying the music charges and could be sentenced Gainesville were scheduled for trial laundering drug money through the
I for hours as group after group per- to 25 years in prison and fined this week in federal court. Nine Music Hall, beginning in 1974.
formed music! and songs that $21)0,000. other defendants plead guilty to Guido and Gustafson, alleged to be
> reminded people of a simpler time of CO-lll'!('ndants Frank R. Guido, Jr lesser charges. the leaders of the drug ring, confessed
s life before Star Wars defense of Keystone Heights and Gregory B Forsman, a one-time clothing to conspiracy offenses dating
.'- systems and rampant terrorist' at- Gustal&on of Waukesha, Wis., also store owner and an organizer of the back to 1973.
ji1 tacks. pled guilty and face maximum defunct Great Southern Music Hall, The investigation began in
i1 i1Pickin' prison! sentences of 30 years and 20 confessed to one count of conspiracy December 1983, and was conductedSee
Bluegrass is often thought of as a \ears to possess cocaine and marijuana Page 12.
remmescenl! form of music, of in- ,
terest only to the older people who -
... remember its first burst of public
Manager:
I Kelvin Johns of Beaclnille Bluegrass. played the bass to tunes like popularity more than thirty years __ --
"Mountain High, Valley Low" and "Mend This Heart of :Mine." ago. Phyllis Harper rJ1t T II -.
Be! !,\'ilIe Bluegrass is a former state The Berry Blossom festival was
avr evidence that bluegrass is not the MOVIES & ELECTRONICSSouth
music of the old, as large numbers of
faces were in evidence in the
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Bluegrass Parlor is from the Tampaarea B .h I
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Saturday We Have Helium Balloons (
and made their first appearance thru" ldE".dicin.
at the Berry Blossom Mon"ao 9 ,tA
festival this year. 1 itA Large & Small Sife'lfre
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music is enjoyed by ti 1)M DUdl
Bluegrass 1 PM Also Balloon Bouquets NI,ef
large numbers of people and most of
those who say they don't enjoy it
have never heard it.

Younger people who have been
'converted' to bluegrass found that a
lot of the songs they had heard in
their youth or from their parents are
performed in bluegrass festivals
Songs they had never considered to
be bluegrass, although they weren't
115g&f: actually sure what bluegrass was
Bluegrass encompasses a wide
variety of song types. Gospel songs: HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS
like "White Robe" and "Sunny Side
And Grinnin'... of Life" are included in the performance

Alen Shelton picked the banjo for Jim and Jesse.! The smile never left of bluegrass. Slow, haunting
his face throughout the weekend of performances. melodies like "Listen to the Mock e
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hull have i survived and are still
piai' 'Itied in families communities !',
ndustiies 1 and other groups
:I1roughoUI| South Florida.
In addition to the lolklile area,
'lieteM III!! be three stages featuring
sunn ol Florida's/ outstanding musi-
\Ian'storytellers, and dancers
"Mig(< programs, will begin at 10a.m,
,rut! run through 6 p.m. each day ALL VARIETIES -
I'hfi'e will be three evening concerts I1 PEPSI COLA
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islucd will present five masteri .
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i 1"lk" ai lists and their apprentices or LOW CALORIEALL
1 I'lIt'lr participation at the Festival is BOUNTY FLAVORS FRYER
1 the culmination of six months of CHEK DRINKS .
TOWELS LEGQUARTERS 1LB PKO
lurk to encourage the continuation REGULAR,BEEF Of JUMBO
ol folk arts within selected cultural
groups This year the apprenticeships C 1012-01.$199 1C W-D
t I include Greek diving
helmet making, Anglo-American JUMBO FRANKS
LOW ((/hip plaiting, Palestinian em- ROLL I
inoidciv( Mexican pinata making
,out \lio-American basket weaving I
REGULAR or LIGHT (80-CT.) RED HICKORY SWEET

urea A at special the Festival crafts will demonstration feature such THRIFTY MAID COORSBEER $49 $999 BONELESS $167
tiaditional crafts as quilting, woodcarving 1ge DUiCIOUS10
hat bl'aldmg.palm CATSUP 3JT Ml S !
flax spinning HAM
tiber weaving corn shuck a 12 01.CANS FOR LB
chan bottoming, rice dough figure CRACKIN' GOOD REGULAR or DIP SAVE 30. SUPERBRAND 100% PURE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

making, woodworking and POTATO KAL KAN $100 ORANGE118
historical woodworking! practices 6ge 2 ROUND $ -77

Admission to Ihe Florida FolkFestival CHIPS It P PFAMILY DOG FOOD CANS= JUICE B a f CAL I
will be $6/day for adults ;, ROAST ..
and $1 l lor children. A weekend adult SIZE SAVE < IN QUARTERS

passs'1':lie is 250-acre(offered Stephen for $14 Foster State TETLEY $139 KountryCookin'CHARCOAL $149 SUPERBRAND $100 W-D DELMONICO BRAND USDA CHOICE $BEEF BON HESS 9 8

Folk( Culture Center is located on TEA BAGS '' ht. 10L6. MARGARINE 4JiG 3
l' SII in White Springs 12 miles ,K BAG STEAKS
North of Lake City and 3 miles east SOc L&
ARROW SAVE DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS or ICI CREAM
ol IT'; via S.K. 136.FLATWIN ,

FOAM 9ge HOTDOG2 8ge FRUSEN $1 79 BEEF 9ge

THEATRE PLATES 50 CTPKG' Pies GlADJE PINT SPARERIBS. L&

Starke 964-5451

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$2.00 SPECIAL / .
Sat. I Sun 5:00 ShewlniTu.iday (
1:30: Shooing

Starts Friday, May 23

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HARVEST FRESH LARGE VIDALIA ALL FLAVORS
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arc pleaded to announce tlv '* participation in

Blue Cross and Blue Shield's

Speeds to in the field
parts men \ Preferred Patient Care Program (P.P.C.)
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K> :MukFiif 1"("r st..rr'ril"I' more 11 null ici t task on t the next: I up out.\ The I
A nw, computeri/ecl! military "This new censer/ will give us l'Ollll'lIll'l' will alsolimclion as a soil
parts and supply distribution! centeris much better Ik'xibilit.v( to gel the ol "niasler\ \ bookkeeper"according Bruce Pollock M.D. Mark C. Knousc, M.D.
being constructed on Edwards parts to the( men in the held who to Win rant Ollicei 11.ill. RoiirJ Ofrti/W /fliwrj' Certified,
Road in Starke which will serve National need them laslerand more el I icienl- "The m.ijni I II lid iOIl ol I the new
Amfrium RnorJ' of family Practice! Aini'riiciii fioiirJ' nf 'Intermit., MvtJicinc< ,
Guard
units the state.
across Iv" commented warren) OlliciT computer\ will I be in I the area of stock
The new building will house Class Ri'ck pall Irom I the DSD 'Kiss <) ol- conliol l II\ \telling us when certain Civnvrnl Adult mid lYdintric MvJiiini 1 General Internal Medicine
9 repair parts (everything needed by lice at Camp BKinding. "We already supplies an1 low or others! lh.it maybe 1 I'mnily Planning nod Office GyiiLiolnK .1 Adnli-ient mid Adult Modiinl llliw.HIMI "
the guard\ and regular army units in have an inventory ol 3,100) dilleronl o\eislocked, and lot al'l'ounlingPUII"'Jool" 1 VC'ull Child C.in. and ImrminizntUMis '
training except aviation materials) parts and the new' center has the "." ul l leer I Hall said. "It's a
and is equipped with 10 mobile unitsto l track III'all the 1 Minur", Orthopixlu Trauma
capability! to expand I the number ol real tub|< > keeping
service and repair tanks, electronic terminals in the near I suture" p.ni1we" use without I tin new
communications equipmentand The mobile units are large vans See Page Sit l n" lid,. in I.nUi Burl,., lln'.pilnl It.iiul l Sur!!,'" ( fntri. (( .ill I'lfi JIW.. IIH Appointment
an inventory of over 3,000 items which will be stored behind the new
needed to make AT's (annual training center and stocked lop the Held in a
sessions) and weekend drills run oversized loading !bay behind the
as smoothly as possible.The building Each van is capable ol servicing We're Celebrating Our I Ij 1st Year Anniversary atiM
many dilterenl and unrelated
new building will be equippedwith pieces of military hardware at
a new Honl'yw'llmastl'r com Camp Blanding and other training
puter system equipped( with three areas and dl'ulingith many hi- e
separate terminals to speed up the lerent, unrelated problems encountered -
process of parts requests Irom the on one trip away I Will I the j
field and acquisition. The system new center. I. '
will eventually have a direct link to Back al the new building, the new
guard headquarters in St. Honeywell! computer will !be quietlyand
Augustine, speeding I the com elliciently keeping I track ol each
munications link between the new part Dial goes into the field and is I
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Located off 100 South towards Keystone! toke right on
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counties stood nervously in the halls! Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30:
"I' Union County High School Satur- ... Kathie Harris (Union) red ribbonin
( their oral speeehs and (Union) red ribbon in Health U-Pick Blueberries starting June 1st
(IrmonstralHms) in the district 4-11 SAFETY category. Kevin Kirby (Union) red Azaleas10% OH
;UN All
t'M-nls eontplitonon May 17. ribbon in Entomology. Special on
H'crs from Union Bradford\ Jacyn Gordon(Union) blue ribbon Visit Our Craft Shop
:Nassau, Baker, Duval Columbia : other handmade. Items
Clink\ ,1 Pk-ric&Cut Lump Miuclun und
.uul Al.ichu.i Counties participated See4.lIer's... fcutiiru K Cypress
in the district: events during which W.lr-- : All Nature Sings of Jesus
4.I'I'I'1'1') chosen to at lend I the -, Page 6A .rta
-.laic' competition. in July. ,. .', ,, .,,, -., '..,,,,
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4 II events and judges had a hardunu' SAFETY? '' '
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d"l'Hlinghich projects wereI >,
I ( best I : BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY
dills) top .senior division winners '
Ho on lo slate, junior division! winnei HANDUNG __.... _
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s can go no higher than district '" I
4 II competition. v
M'ers must research and I
piepare. their demonstrations on a 0o I We Feature A Large Dance Floor
\vi lei. \niet ty ol subjects, as well aspIlid ROPER CAPESHOOTING o{ ,
I'( ;i record book that cll'IlllsIIH'II'
I work on the project I A Good Band and Good Drinks!
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speeches and demonstrations before A i
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.1 II idi' variety ol things: ranging
'ti tau poise and personal appearance d> ir
in knowledge\ ol the subject :o Live Entertainment Every Night
Each project was considered on its
own merit and not on how it com-
p.ued.ilegorv to'. the others in the same : 2 Bands on Friday & Saturday Might

Five 4-H'ers from Bradford and f. Bobby's Treat '1.00 Cover Charge
I mon Counties will attend stale.
From Bradford, a team demonstration Back
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Your
I in the horse categoryby Lisa are ;
Mo>,>|11'and Amy' Tison will go n
Miaight to state: after receivingr SUGAR BEAR 11D
1 \ol'a!>I? critiques: Irom judges. <. 11
Jell Adams Irom Bradford County
\I ill also go to state! alter receiving a &
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STORE Bradford Comil.\'s Brnji Bruncll i-fit-hi-il a first place blue ribbon in f.
SH 225 it U.S. 301,ln.lt} the junior division for hi. dl'IIIOII..t."ti"lI on gnu saf 'l>. thtly lop "hrnioiditision -
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PEN: Monday thru Saturday pm am
Bones ...$198 Penny Stalnaker from Union The !stale 4-H( competition will beheld
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Ribeyes '" ". .69C ribbon in the animal science Gainesville during I lie week of July Hwy 301 (North of Waldo)
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Center Cut ? Nanette Stalnaker received a red Phone 468.1641
Pork Chops. . . .49e ribbon in the public speaking Other 4-H'ers who placed well in .
category and will also attend state.
Country Smoked
Rib Bacon. .. .. 16,189
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Pepsi & Coke 1eer66199 "Moonlight sculpture." This Is Your Country and Ford Is Your Truck!

plus tax t deposit

Budweiser spa 299 Nathaniel Hawthorne
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HEARING TEST


Hearing FOR tests SENIOR and our CITIZENS regular Service HAS THE VALUESTARKE

Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each

month from 9:00: a. m. to 12:00: at

KOCH'S DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street.

Anyone who has trouble understanding or

has Nerve deafness should mark this date on

their calendar and plan to attend. If married,

both husband and wife should be present if WANTS!

possible. Call the Pharmacy to set up an appointment -

to avoid waiting.

964- 757 NO INCREASE IN CAR UNLIMITED MILEAGE

STICKER PRICES. POWERTRAIN WARRANTY.t

Be Wise LOW ANNUAL PERCENTAGE H FACTORY SAVINGS.

Shop RATE FINANCING Lfr 5.90/0. DEALER DISCOUNTS.
Warranty limited certain deductible apply.Ask to see a copy when you
PRice-Wist come in to see us,.

5.9% A.P.R. RANGER 6.9% A.P.R. THUNDERBIRD 7.9% A.P.R. MUSTANG
79A.P.R.-F-150/250 PICKUPS 6.9% A.RR. ESCORT ESCORT EXP
7.9A.P.R.-BRONCO II 9.9%A.P.R. -VANS/CLUB WAGONSWe
can arrange special APR financing through Ford Credit for qualified buyers.You must take delivery from stock or order by July 5. t986. Earlier
Canadian order cut-off may affect some models. Limit one per qualified retail customer.Certain contract terms are limited and restrictions apply.See us for
Philadelphia qualification details,price and terms.Dealer contribution may affect customer savings.Other rates are available. and will be higher as length of
Jim Lord Blends contract increases

Beam LTR Calvert LTR LTRC79 ',hw. THE BEST-BUILT AMERICAN CARS AND TRUCKS.A .

799 199 lli1 pit"i survey established that Ford makes the best-built American cars and trucks. This is based on an average of
JI"B4".:::9. wee problems reported by owners in a six-month period on 1981-1984 models designed and built in the U.S.

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--- Retail Price . . $12,495.
AR 0 1315322 zr+ $ Package Manufacturer's Savings Option. . $ 701.**

9 9 9 5 Dealer Discount $1,799.
Your Price . $9,995.'

Lauders Gordons Baileys
Scotch Vodka A Irish Tu-Tone Paint, Autos Trans.,ST8, Bks., LM. Mirrors,AM/FM/ Stereo, Chrome Bumpers,AC

LTR LTR Cream

IAUDEAf Ca.Ta.r "199 6" 11" FORD ESCORT Manufacturer's Suggested
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Retail Price 8981.
I: .F- ; 6 ( % Manufacturor'sOption $' *
= 750 Package Savings 811. 7 9 9 5
Dealer Discount . $ 315.
--- Your Price . . $7,895
Front-wheel drive Power front disc brakes Rear window defroster
301 Liquors & Lounge Interval windshield wipers. Dual remote control sport mirrors
Equip CUareoat Paint Stereo Can., Air Cond. Premium Sound, Bumper Guards, Full Size
1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy 301 Spare, Instrumentation Group,Power Steering,Power Brakes, Light Group, Digital) Clock,Trim
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Rings,Eleo. Mirrors.

PACKAGE STORE HOURS:
Mon.-Thurs. 9:00: am til 12:00: Midnight

Fri. & Sat. 9:00: am til 2:00: am Savings'Only tilts based and lanes on the are manufacturer's extra suggested retail price lot the paclxge II compared lo the traditional suggested total price for the options purchased
BAR HOURS: separately

Mon.-Thurs. 12:00 Noon til 12:00: Midnight

Fri & Sat. 12:00: Noon til 2:00: am TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Sunday 1:00: pm til 11:00: pm
Bear Wine Mixers
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Obituaries .



W.ult'II.lInpton Hasty Bradford County and resident of Shrine of Jacksonville lie was a Kingsley Lake,. died Tuesday, May Lake; Iwo sons Gerald Jr., ol In lieu of flowers, the! family requests -
Gainesville for the 39
Mi Wad ll.iniplon ll.isty, 74, of past years, member of the Woodlawn
BaptistChurch 20
in Methodist Hospice, Jacksonville be made to
Park and Steven student that I memorials
Orange( It! a :
died! 12 in Alachua
Ke died ,
> llIlIt'lll'ij\hl Friday, May Monday, May of Johnson. Middlebuif
lund of St. Luke's, -
ul Peabody Institute, John the building
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Hi, in\ Ikaclhll'lllIospilal General Hospital alter u short illness. SurviMiis
following a include his wife, Irene lie was a native ol New York, and' Hopkins University Butt imore and
sudden illness. ;
Pievatl of Gainesville and sister
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; a before retirement had been Vice
sister Mrs. Lnrume Kischer of
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Born June 30 Mr. Prevail was of anA&P one ,
1911 in Sanford, manager Marguerite P. Roberts of Preside-ill and Director of Meinluird
Kla., Mr. hasty! moved to Keystone store in Slarke for I several 'J'ull 'orpnnitmn/ The willu'Cljvisitors
al
Heights seven years IromMiramar. years and was also engaged: in the Graveside services held at 1 l.timly
ago were lli.il city, He had been a lesidenl! olKmgsles Kiveimeiul' Funeral Home onllit.'livui would like to express our
\insurance
business in Gainesville.
Florida He was IIm'mh'I' p.m. Thursday, May 15, alKveigifen ( Lake fur the past! 12.\eiirs. I hearth thanks friends and
ol I the Pl"Oll'stanllailh and He was a member of BradfordIltasamc : 1/ 17, Ortingc Park, Ii non 5 to : to our
CYmelery, Gainesville, mid hud! served as ticdsuriT" ol IheSi.trkc !9 |1..111. Tl.ursd.iy, Rosary Mill herented relatives who extended help and
Lodge No 35 the Ocala
retired ,
was a Master Mechanic for wilh .lolmson-iiaycx' Funeral Homo
Kular.v Chili, and also us aulantl al thl'lulII'I't! holm'al 7 p,mKuinT.il ,empathy in our recent !sorrowFor ,
Pan Scottish Rile Bodies, the Gainesville
American with 35years : 1111'1',11'(1'I'/ .
AIrways ( aerangenu'rds.ie1'a \ wmkri, wilh the
I i' I Guardian; '
of service.Survivors York Rile Bodies, Older ol the sen ices will be held Friday the lorn.;, flowers and prayerswe
lid Liter pi'/OKI.miMi in Si Luke's Catholic- ( '11l1I ('h.Jllddll'lurj are. deeply grateful(
Eastern Star Gainesville Chapter ( |hi| 1). loran ,
include his wile
(. Moran i iw'!!! < d ll.s I |I". will'| Interment will lie I'he family ol Marion B Porrhi.i/..
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Kathryn B. No 44. nod the Mm" i ll." Temple Gerald: l I II. ( ,,, .
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Hasty; one daughter lacy Mm./ in 71 t tl! I ilui"I" II I'I. -, King'lrLuke/ ( emeiiM, I"
Baj-bara Hasty Redlearn, ol Wilmington -
Delaware ; three sons,
Hich.ird Wade of Miami. Edward n n
Hampton 01 Marietta Ga., & lEiiunC2
Charles EllIOt of Palatkn.; ; two
brothers. Dr. Fredeiick G. Hasty & Retirement
!Irvin Hasty, both ol Fayetleville\ ir: Planning YI4NMAR
N.('. ; One sister, Nellie Bennett, Tax
Planning
Cameron, N.C. and 9 grandchildren i
"Funeral services were held Mon- Estate
PlanningRichard
day May 19, in Dewitt C. Jones
Chapel in Keystone Heights with
Rev. Joe Benson conducting the ser I J. DeVoe I" III' I>IE: EI.: S3U1O.Oll: ( ( )

vices. Interment was in Keystone I (i III' DKSKL$47i] !>0.00JCM..UK )
S F..C _
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Heights Cemetery under the direction Registered Advisor -" -
of Jones Funeral Home of 25 East MAID Street : : ; 'IIHKSMMIII

Kl'ystonl'lIl'ights. i lake Butler, FL 32054() 22 I III'I I>IE l titl: -645,0(1() )
In lieu of (lowers, the family requests -
that contributions be made to t;
the Northeast Fla. Division of The One Hour FREE
Arthritis Foundation, 2522 Oak St., ,
Jacksonville, 32204. Consultation : ; ) l!'I'I'J.Y ":

i Y 1'RICI.0OI: : ) nun i 6I I 5/SO
Lollic Szorger

Mrs. Lolhe S/.orger, 62, a native of
Alma, Ga., died Monday, May 19
after a brief illness.
Survivors include two daughters, LAKEWOOD
Kathy Stephens and Nancy Johns of j
Starkc a son, John Stephens also of WALDOFarmers T 1 '
Starke, Janice Snyder of Tuscon, Call
I Az., Jeanne Tasker of San Diego, forAppointment
I Ca., one brother, Delton Deen, two
sisters, Veloria Deen and Blanche ,' And Ffoa

Deen and eleven grandchildren all of : 496.1384 1 0
Jacksonville, Fl. R E
Services will be held at Russell -
Baptist Church in Green Cove Springs -
with Pastor Robert C. Hillis and
Pastor Jack Hall officiating. Helm
Funeral Home will be in charge of J
arrangements.We 11 1// MERSt FLE* MARKET flBpiiii
wish to express our appreciation -
and deepest gratitude to Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke for
all their help.

John Green SappMr. 1. .
9 : / / 4
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John Green Sapp 52, of
Raiford, died Tuesday morning at
his home after a sudden illness ': II ei
Mr. Green was a life long residentof
Union County. He was employedwith
the Division of Corrections, at
Union Correctional Institution until 1 S I i 1 S 1 : / : i 7 S

he retired in 1984 after 27 years of
service. He was a member and
deacon of the First Bapt ist Church of / 1 1 : i 1 i ?;Y Yi
Raiford.
Survivors include his wife, Betty

Williams Sapp, one son, Wayne Sapp 5 5 S
of-Lake Butler; three brothers,
Drew Sweat and Mack Sweat of ,/
Kdiford and Albert Sweat'of Lake
Butler; two sisters, Rocllle Allen of :

Ft.Raiford White; and several Geneva neices Wallace and of :iiiiiKiiiaiiif ;iiraii> : ;vs'v


nephews. : v.--\\ \ ; : : ;; -> -. :' ;. ; -.-
Funeral services will be held
Thursday at 3:00: p.m. at the First g miai I Mi I I I I I :1 I II

Baptist Church of Raiford with Rev. : '- '' ... :'*' .. v- '' .. >y.VaxV-; ;: !; '.ii-ir, ;, ;*; ..",' '- "" ..."V.X'v.: :, .. ..:'.. .. : ,__.
Steve Haskell officiating Interment
will follow in Sapp Cemetery at $ 17
Raiford under the direction of Archer 8788
Funeral Home of Lake Butler

Nathan N. PrevailNathan -
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N. Prevail, 80, a native of '
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Computer Centerfrom Available
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s-ta
3system' 98 Regency Brougham Sedan
page V6 Power, 4 Speed Transmission 20 Gal. Tank
: 1 1 tell /Irom ,
!: can you ev Loaded with All the Toys
peiience." AC, and a Whole Lot More. Nicest One Around$16,2Sit.
The new center currently has .' Beauty Priced to Sell I!
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Stock No.
3148
eight lull-time employees a number
which increases to 38 with the addition Stock No. 1010 aI
ot part I t time stallers\ during An-

nual Training at Camp Blanding and ._
dui ing weekend drills. -
The new center will undergo
another expansion ol capabilities 6
in the near future, according to War -
rant Ollicer Hall, when every National ==
Guard Armory in the slate is 'I 7
!scheduled: to receive new PC's I l r I .f Wi .
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( pl'rI>lJllal-siz'd computer terminals .
) which will upgrade the link /1986QKffit ,
with the new supply confer
statewide (with the (exception 01'a Nova 4-dr. Hatchback Sedan tl'r j

!small: area in Southwest Florida) C10 Silverado Fleetside Pickup
and give the system a unique flexibility CL Feature Package
and it's operators the ability k,4, 235 Tires, Air Cond., Auto Overdrive

to keep track ol inventory and parts 5 Speed, Air Cond., Aluminum Wheels 411 3.08 Axle, Cruise, Tilt, Rally Wheels
l over a much larger area
requests!:
than belore. $ 9,88657Custom Stock No. 2098 ; 6 to Choose from

"This is a big step in the right I 11,666ySf

direction," Otlicer Hallcommenled. _. -
"We are all excited about the I

capability the new center will give ....
us." .f.j z .
i HIM ii" y-
Excellent Catch .: "

Predicted ForSuwannee.

Santa Fe i

Although spring floods can be '
I """"'r"--
devastating to homeowners along Cutlass Ciera S
the Suwannee and Santa Fe rivers,
to fishermen the floods mean excellent Cutlass Ciera Sedan
fishing. All New & Built Just For You

"The spring Hoods offer fish an Air Cond., Split Seats, Cruise, Tilt, Wire Wheels, Loaded with Equipment & A Beauty!

abundance ot food from the newly AM-FM Stereo Cassette Auto. Transmission & More!
flooded area, thereby causing the Stock No. 1138

fish to grow faster and Increase in Stock No. 1119 11,45345
-weight," said Jerry Krummrich, $11,688
"fisheries biologist, for the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission.
"If history repeats itself,
fishermen can expect an excellent
year for redbreast sunfish, Suwannee -
bass and spotted sunfish," he /
said. I
"The current world record redbreast -
sunfish and spotted sunfish
were stale records caught after the
I I
!Hoods of 1984," Krummrich said. I I I I II
Krummrich advises that fishing in

both the Suwannee and its ,
tributaries should be excellent by I

the first week in May.
Standard fishing techniques for I. I I
redbreast and spotted sunlish!: in-
volve small spinners cast near
shoreline cover or crickets and earthworms -
fished!: on the bottom or
around shoreline" cover
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Ladies' tank tops or shortsin

LC :4-Her's Go To State: Contest rT .p S.M.L solids Men's or stripes.active Sizes knit

Klivli: I'nerg:" \ lions \in roiinly t-vculh and were, shirts or jogging shorts.
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Pepsi, Pepsi Free
horn a large Diet Pepsi Free or
in ladies
selection
n and girls'' sites ,_,, Mountain Dew
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Reg. To
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ET Regulariy 1.39. Laundry Reg. 1.27. 3 ounce bars Regularly
; T AFTER REBATE detergent limit 2. of soap. Limit 2 packs.J 25' Limit 4.
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1;; WEEKEND AHEAD Through Prices Good This Al Weekend.All Family Quantities Dollar Stores Limited 309 S. Walnut Street Starke

I On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers.
STOCK UP NOW! A .
ME2 NOV QySpend


I'RICFS EFFECTIVE BEGINNINGTHURSDAY.
MAY 22nd. f
THRU
WEDSESD.Y.tY: 281h.f .

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A Moment Remembering

PUERTO RICAN

Smirnoff = rum =i A Life Spent For Freedom.Memorial .


'. VODKA ii Light & Dark BAC RDI
80 = cw?

1.15 LITER Day 1986
1.75 LITER 99201. tM

CASE OF 6 59 Jo/, E 2r-=L,. == CASE OF FLERiORl j11
80.00 4 9 82.00 61319 \ (lav to rt'll 11'1 IIh ertoii1Itlnpttnthepriceudeai1)PaRIlurl'reetItml.! :


1 J :Lg It's a day Pith in liislor.uul_! .'11101 ion. It.lhlihetl: three >(',Irs "ft.'r llic lit II

I = LU War it was original!) c-.illi'd IVforatioii Iay'theu| grates' of friend and loi

I, alike were lionornl. Tliiisc \\ilh no ,,tic lo mourn !heir Pacing wennot

__ overlooked; llicloo \\I'll' i en K'ml!I II'red lot. lie( enormous. Pricy. paid fur. hilt, !ilv
PJtI and justice lor all. "' : "<

r ancient H.I I 1
I t I J&B Our country is polilicall) .slalxvail' toda) bC'l.LIc'IIII'M'! Aincruiiis imcslcd all

they had their lixrs in AniciKM.vTlii'ir i : ill\ (' lllIc'lIl return si-iunh) .

frcedonl.aatlhntnuldiginil" ) to the liv i iiigcsrry;, ; daAnuTJcans \'.
A :a ge tl RARE

... SCOTCH ,11111111 ill>.llI.loli I he jusliee 1 and. (hx'cdoiu! lor. %v huh I Iliese lirave men\

KENTUCKY BOURBON and women Iirt1'ltnlghl'" ind died
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CASE OF 6 'i; .1998c iis. Fo6k
1299
I l = 77.00 ;... ..d WE WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, MAY 24

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.1.- AND MONDAY, MAY 26 IN MEMORIAM


:,j r The legendary-I ??. COMMUNITY BANK OF STARKE

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;inths Ctsusing f Problems in Santa Fe
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Santa
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(<'e Lakes have been requested by SIIVVMD: to decrease theliequuicj
___ ___ the Suwannee River Water Manage- ol its spraying ptoguimand
District to assist keeping\
ment
keep the water lire" of objcc-
down the intrusion of wulor;! hyacinths -
f tional chemicals, it was said
In these bodies of water
are asked to
All pioputy owners
all If hvaeinthh each; properly'' ti,.,t owner annnnr will in .pull.. ,'?up coopii.tlu i in his I ('11 ort.



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Prisons Hold Employee Appreciation Day... ( -r I

The Reception and Medical Center, Butler Transient Unit and New an ingenious employee was one of the must piijtulai atti'at'lions of the day. I r
River Annex held a joint employee appi'eUjlion day this past Saturday at (Bottom left) Throwing a football tin onuli): HUH lure was one of the many (
the KMC training building near Lake Butler. games held for kids and Ilan'nlo Tltkt. \\t'I''Io'II'd to luindi eds of winners ,,
Large crowds of their families and their guests and winner received a pri/r. ,:. ."r..J.V'. : ..::'.. .t I .I. it' .-. .- -
employees / participated every -C'-" ., .".;. .. fs.'s'W.k t; .t1!, m' ntt+...... :+oar i,.
in a variety of summer l.talnlllt'ntlInd and frames and onjojcd (Bottom, light) The most popular mliMlirs proved to be those where Sl.uksBlouses' Select
the delirious food piovided by the employees' ilub. yon could gel wet, since the day was hot. and ill\', 'I'Ins plaslu slide saw a Accessories 10-75 Oil Group
(Top) A hill at the training building had been turned into giant water ,lot of use as well 30% OfFLingerie
sudn w'nh the It..lpnrii .piinMiM I ,' iimt < > .!4' 'Ihis biamstDiinof ; Select) Croup p S I'I lect I Croup

.. ...,.- Shadow I !I.me Se! pwcar ::30-70% Off

, . 25% Olf I I.iugvrie Select I Croup

Hanes Mose . Buy 1 Slips, I'.inties, Bras

b r a 01 FBEE 1 I . 20-75 Off

Select Group Gifts 50-75 Off







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in.mil, In'.iv\.ilul\ ,'o"um'n".I.rp't. ; .jrM
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iI= ,.'. w \ I!;*' '. ,.,\' :,,;.or' '.;. ''S eau l hi larpitttl 1 with plush .
i",'irpc'Il Is which have proven so popularin
u'( ant vt TI."I"1'I )><'15 are Ii
A not piiInul.nU' sinlttl for heavy traf "

NESS ? lu' ,n<',islm.iusi, 1111'\ must, t Ix, brushed 1 't .rz"JJ .
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Fourth Annual 5K & 1 Mile Fun RunThe the otlur li.iml ioiiiiiurci.illarpils ;.
in "..,,1) inaiulaiiuil,. withreguLlr
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Bradford Center for Health and Fitness would like to thank the .uuuiiiiiiK und unasional '

following businesses for their very generous support of this race: SPONSORS look OMM nor xasl si lie'I ion (if high \vhiHsliorts and he.uh. l UIK with 1IIIIt'hing jewelry and
".iliK& < "ii 1"j ""ts.
Bradford Hospital, Inc. sunglassesSwe.iler; ,
Bradford Hospital Center for Health and Fitness I nHH Shell 8111. IlOO I Shoits 12: WH,'atli Bag-,99L

Teal Tile HIGH PRICES!
GIFT CERTIFICATES OR MERCHANDISE FROM: r PAYING
Aliens' Office Supplies & Carpet
a,..
452 N. Temple
Captain D's Seafood Restaurant 0'(1110 am 6 pm
Cedar River 1 1:31: N, Cherry St MondaySaturdayPhono Across from High School

China Restaurant Stark\ Florida L 984-5772 VISA, MC! Layawayfljchurds

Clark's Hallmark Shop 9 .
Eckerd Drugs
First Choice PizzaHardee's


.' Jax Liquors
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Leila's Dress & Gift Shop ROSE & GLENDA'S

Millers McDonalds Supermarket SUPER

Normans Market

.' P.J.'s Pizza Sport Hut Center 101 E. CALL ST.. STARKE Summer Sandal Sizzlers

Powell's Dairy Freeze 964-7353
Stumps Department Store $897o$2197
Wainwright Produce

Wendys i Reg. '14.99 to 29.99
Western Steer Family Steakhouse '> ? .
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Winn Dixie Stores, Inc. ../.!
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Bradford County Emergency Services "." .
Bradford County Public Schools :. .." Many Styles Just In Time for Memorial Day

bradford County Sheriff Department i & Colors
Weekend. Great
Savings
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary '.
Explorers Post 460 Similar to on Casual Footwear.Illustration .
First Presbyterian Church
Florida Highway Patrol Thongs Flats Wedges

Girl Scout Cadette Troop No. 520 Slides Straws
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Lake Chevrolet !SHOP iiCAlfGESAVE i 20-50%
Starke Police Department
Starke Rotary ClubThank : CLEARANCE RACKS I AND MORE!


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II SKl'TION: May 22.IUHII!

Items AvailableAt

Sale EndsMonday '"' Listed Below The Stores Only

May 26 Li' c. Bti19eeTCarst..c.,

Selections' will vary by FameI" Centers
store. Limited auantities.
Sorry, no raincnecks.





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These Locations Only:
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US 301 South Bradford Square- Starke

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't I Saue 250/0 on Famil / ruv,1 '' Men's Tank Top


S. wl-mwear Men's lUomen'sBoy's or Muscle! Shirt

and Girl's Ali2 forS

Ladies' I /( /S\ ) 1
t Crop Top __________ 7.99 NOW S.99 / ( 1 NJ _


Ladies'" ik I TOp___________ 99 2 for$5 4 _
I Ladies' e
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Jo Sing Short 2 ford $5

Infants' Spencer's I
Tank Top or Shorts_______Reg.to 2.29 1.99 2 for$3
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Mifant's

N SuRsuil Spencer's_____________ 2.99 Re. Now 1 .99 '
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boPJ"t Set__________ i&lw Now 399 1 .
Toddlers'Spencer's

,'1 sank Top 2 99 NOW 1 .'99
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w'J, Toddlers'Spencer's ___

'fhorfs ___Re 29Jogging 9 Now 1 +? .3''' ____
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Wlunsulls Toddlers'Spencer's___Reg 2.99_ Now 1 .99 '

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Boys' 4-7
J" Jogging ShortsJ,2 2 for$3 -

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Boys' 4-7 Re 3 99 c%___ -
Camp Shorts___ 5.99 Now ; -
Beach Towel Sale .
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Boys'8-18
Camp Shorts ___Reg.6.99 NowBoys' 499 I1
$7 I, .
Reg.9.99
You Save 2.99 '
818Jogging Plush Velour Beach Towel '
Shorts__2.4 Reg' NOW 1 .77 summertime in your choice of bright '' '
prints. Big
30 x 60-inch size.

.j Walking Men's Shorts.Jf4' NOW 6.99 \ 4v

J Men's 3 50
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Shorls3.29 2 for$5 J +
Your Choice 30 x 60-inch
Family Beach Towel with jacquard _,
1 77 design,or 30 x 58-inch Kids' ,
Beach Thongs.2.Jli' NOW Towel in assorted Reg.4.99 prints. .' ''l ,
Infants'& Kids'

Jelly Shoes________Reg.. JNow .99
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CARS & TRUCKS MOBILE HOMES HOMES FOR RENT I

1980 CHEVY PU New 350 engine. FOR SALE FOR SALE NOW TAKING for 4 BR, 2 c/rWil1er'
Cu.tomlied. 4000. Call 1376.1866 BA apt. For more Information call Lake

(G'ville) between 8 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. IS USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on THREE BEDROOM BRICK home CH/A, 2 Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity ,
3/27 tfn. one or all. Olln's Mobile Horn Sales. baths, IR/DR, fireplace, breakfastroom Housing. 6/7 tfnchgNO REALTY
1962 FORD EXP: AM/FM radio, ca..e1te. 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg game room. 560 Glendale St. DEPOSITS: utilities furnished 1 1BR
AC, red sports car, good cond $3200. 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace, 1 964.5468.3/13 TF apartments with kitchens, located nextto
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For Info call 964 5812. ask for Len. Bedroom and more. Take over DRASTICALLY REDUCED New 4 BR houseIn Tenneco station In downtown t
5'Ice payments. Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. city limits. Owner lives out of town Starke. $50-$75 per week. Call PHONE 964-7776
TOYOTA MOTOR and t speed tionsmls- 3/20 TF and needs to sell, nice rental propertyor 964.5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF J
COMMERCIAL 205 N. Temple, Starke
sion. Also Chevy Luv 4WD parts. 20 ACRES: Off Forsyth Rd with 2 BR nice staiter home Great buy, MINI STORAGE now .
9644238.5ITF trailer. Phone 964 6471 or 475.1338 $28,000. 372 7734 or 4623998. 5/8 available at C&C Mini Storage. 12 ft CECELIA TERWILLFGAB
1979 FORD LTD: PS. PR, AT, AC low after 6 p.m. 5/8TF 4tchg 5/29 ceilings, lights, power new reduced

mileage. Good condition. Price 1983 FLEETWOOD MH 14x70. 3 BR, 2 Ba, NICE 4 BEDROOM frame home on large ROOMS rotes. 9648848.FOR RENT 1/9TF: Magnolia Hotel, $8 Today and always, may God bestow His love on you.
negotiable. Utility trailers and lawnmowers cathedral fenced lot. Now
ceiling garden tub. exc. city carpet stove,
etc. See at 210 N. St. Clair or cond. Pay-off only. Call 964.4037 or water heater, close to school. $35,000. per night From $35 per week. Discount The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
call J.D. Eunice, 964 8230. 5/bTF 964.4155 after 6 p.m. 5/15 4tpd 6/5 3/2-7734 or 462-3998. 4/17 6tchg 5/23 offered for longer term. Apply In person progress.
Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St.
1983 NISSAN PULSAR: 30 mpg. 12x60 MOBILE HOME: $5900. Can b. left across
from Post Office. TF'LARGE SPECIAL
Wholesale $3500. 9648404. 5/222tchg on 1 acre lot or moved. Owner financ
529 ing. 964-4238. 5/22 TF LOST/FOUND 2 BR, I bath house with CH/A, 'US 301 North: Corner of Washington, South of SR 16, 262.5

1965 FORD MUSTANG: performance, stove and refrigerator. Suitable for t on 301. 105' Washington. $97,500 with $15,000 down
couple or small $350 month.
original 289, auto trans., yellow. Must $50 REWARD Boxer bulldog puppy, family.
sell $1400. 4737885. Itpd 5/22 PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN brown w/white neck, Call 9647826. 3/13TF
wearing purple
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES US 301 Edwards Rd. 7,446
1968 C.50 FLAT BED truck Chevy. Detroit collar. last seen Sunday, May 4, at on near
diesel engine. 2 speed axle; also3axle Hwy. 18 about :700; yds. West of Hwy. decorated everything furnished. Laun- sq. ft. with 150' on Hwy. 301 by 254' deep. Some financing
LINK FENCE Installed Free dry facilities Included. Will
trailer. Sell together or accept one
heavy duty 100. If know the whereabouts of available.
9647994. 5/22 4tpd 612IS estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. you child, no pets. Palms Apts. 2313 N.
separately. this call 473.3507 473.4305,
IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS for $44 Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. tfn Keystone puppy Htt. 5/15 2tpd 5/22 or Temple Ave., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF POULTRY FARM FOR SALE

through the U S. Government? Get the GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, LOST DOG near Hwy 301 8 Brooker Rd. THREE ROOM APARTMENT 2nd floor. WINDING TREE LAKE: Waterfront, one acre, 15000. Owner
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, Partially furnished Call 9648498. 5/8
facts today'' Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. Medium size dog w/light brown spots.
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake TF fin.HALL
609. 5/22 4tpd 6'12YARD Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Answers REWARD.to Itpd Spot 522LAND Please call 964 6727. HOUSE FOR RENT: located on 100 A, Edwards LAKE FAMILY SUMMER HOME: with 2 BR guest house,

SALESFlEA 4734973. 2/26 tfnWANT Loop. $350 1st and last 9645606. dock and covered dock patio. Clear water for swimming and

TO DRINK'THAT'5 5/8TF fishing. Budget priced at $40,000. Owner financing. I
FOR SALE
YOUR BUSINESS ONE BEDROOM APT. for rent, clean,
MARKET: 301 Drive-ln Theatre, WANT TO STOP quiet 830 N. Temple Ave., Houck 628 PINEWOOD DRIVE: in city, 3 BR, 1 Ba, CB, assume VA mtg.

every restrooms Saturday'Sunday.Have Concessionand your yard THAT'S OURS ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. Apts. 9644296. 5/22 4tpd 6/12 of $25,223, selling price 27500.

sale with us. 51 open.I 4tchg 5/22 Alcoholics Anonymous 3500. $350 do., $70 per mo. Call FOR SALE OR RENT 14x70 3 BR, 2 Ba .2 ACRES, FRAME HOME In Lawtey, 3 BR, 1 Vi ba approx. 1384
mobile home. $250/mo and $150deposit.
964-4150-964-6894-964-6219
GARAGE SALE: Sponsored by Tiffin & 9645606. 1/03 tfn sq. ft., 16x16 storage bldg. Hwy 200B, $35,500.CB .
Near Call 964.4824
thru
pd 8/15 prison
Owens ERA to benefit Muscular ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY .
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines after 4 p.m. 5/8 3tpd 5/22 HOME with 9 acres and two trailer rental spaces $45,000.
down $70
Assoc. We need your help ROAD: $3,000 no payment
through Dystrophy donations of anything that relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10 per mo. Call 964 5606. 1/03 tfn SMALL TRAILERS for rent by month, 1 or 20.16 ACRES: $50,000, Own. financ., 3 wells, 2 septic tanks,

could be sold In a garage sale. You years. Bradford Septic Tank Service. LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after 2 adults. only. No pets. Deposit required small barn, tool shed, 2 temp, poles. Property can be divided
9648121. 10/17 9648484. STARKE KOA KAM-
may drop items off at ERA office, US SEWING MACHINE TFchg REPAIR All makes 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn PGROUND 301 South. 5/15TF into 2 tracts, each with well & septic tank. $27,000 ea.
: down,
off 227. 4000. $200
301 from Sonny's BBQ, 1 3/4 ACRES
Mon.-Fri.across 9.6 p.m. For more Information cleaned, oiled and adjusted, $15 Used $75 per month. 9645606. 5/8TF UNFURNISHED four bedroom house .SMASHING CONTEMPORARY! Architect Tom Tonnier design.
call 964-5065 ask for Karen. 515nc sewing machines for sale. James MOBILE HOME PARK SITE: 20 acres 5 $350 Phone 9648404. Itchg 5/22 ed this handsome, 2 story cedar at the Country Club. Approx.

522MOVING. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy blocks to downtown Starke, with plans FURNISHED GUEST HOUSE: I BR, I adult. 3120 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2'/> Ba, lot 125x180, Pella windows, 30x32
16. Starke 9648733. 12/5TF $175. 964 8404. 5/15 2tchg 5/22
MUST SELL: Washer 8 dryer and engineering. $99,500.
HANDYMAN MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 1 7 old, beautifully Insulated, fireplace.
household items toys, baby furniture, : carpentry, painting electrical 3054578265. 5/15 1 2tchg 5/22 on acre. garage yrs.
etc. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday May 24, compl.t. home repair. 964-4238. 515TFKITCHENETTES 319 ST. CLAIR: $36,000, Neat 3BR 1 IBa, city water & sewage

1 mile west of 301 on CR 18, in Hampton Reasonable rotes Licensed contractor. with TV AC, maid ser CH/A, 5 ceiling fans, range, refrig, drapes remain in home. : '
Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF FOR RENT vice low weekly rates. Underwood
Lake area. Itpd 5/22 CONVENIENT ADDRESS 1032 E. Calk St. Block and brick
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Westmoreland PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING: all Motel US 301 N., Starke Itchg 5/22 ,
FRIDAY, 9 a.m. tilft Miscellaneousitems phases obedience, personal protection SMALL TWO BEDROOM: 1 bath, CH/A, veneer, 3 BR, 1 I1/ bath, lot Is 119.1x251.1x279.77x47.38 and extends ,
lot 22.
Trailer Park
and used. Itpd 5/22 show ring. Experienced all MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: no pets. $250 per month plus sec to Bessent Rd. Built 1980. $43,000.
new
breeds 964-5732 9647100. Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. deposit. 964.6680 after 3 Itpd 5/22
or 3/13 TF p.m.
FOUR FAMILIES: Fridayfamily clothing Recreational vehicles welcome Phone S WHITE BRICK & STUCCO: with 3 BR, 1 bath, CH/A, $38,000.
TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call ONE TWO BEDROOM furnished apartments
housewares a bit of everything. 401 N. 964-6766 Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. 964-7498,9/16 tfn $150 & $200 per month plus $75 .SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We proudly offer a

Cherry St. Itpd 522SATURDAYSSUNDAY We will tell you how to ovoid that lob EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart. sec. No pets 9648071. 5/222tchg 5/29 handsome brick and cedar home on 37'/. acres, 4 BR, 2'/i' Ba,
: apartmentstoves
and Increase the value of your home. ments Electricity included. Low weekly RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month barn.
gas refrigerators, chairs, mattresses 51 ITF monthly rates Palms Apartments, and up Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- $133,000.
& box springs. Underwood ROOF COATING: $135 and u, one year 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfnClassified Owner at 964 5065 or 964-4048 TF 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian, 1 lot Jefferson

Motel. 301 N. of Starke. Itchg 5/22 & guarantee against leaks. Relevelingand CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On OWNER FINANCING: 615 N, Church St. CB, 3 BR, 1 1V4 Ba, ap
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: Thursday Ads
repairs for your mobile home. Free Highway 16 W. Close to prison 1705 ft. CH/A 157x105 lot fenced
Friday. May 22-23 at 418 N, Water St., prox. sq. large garage ,
estimates. Best rates In area. Call Get Results 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg
beginning 8 a.m. 5/22 nc CABINS backyard. If you have $7,500, owner will hold 1st mtg.
964-4680 anytime 7 days a week, 5/8 NORTH CAROLINA VACATION
SATURDAY. May 24: Household Items 4tchg 5/29 Bss+,t. US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee, .HOUSE TO RENT.

books.left off Edwards Rt. 100.Loop 9644799.Rd. 2nd Itpd houseon 5/22 LAWN SERVICE: Reasonable rates REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FROMATTORNEY'S N.C (heart of Smokies). Near fishing. COUNTRY LIVING: CB, 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, .range, refrig.,

GARAGE SALE: furniture household Phone 964.4238.5/BTF FOR SPECIAL rafting, hiking Blue Ridge Parkway, DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. $49,600.
I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In home, mining. New 2 BR cabins, furnished.
baby items, etc. Saturday only 9 a.m. days. 9647321. 5/153tchg 5/29 my PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICESThe Sunset Farm Rd Cabins Rt. 1, Box GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath, $19,900.

til ?? 428 N. Broadway St Itpd 5/22 LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rates. Most six countl.s' the Eighth Judicial 216-C,, Whittier, N.C. 28789. BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH, CH/A, 100x200 lot, $20,000.
lawns $15. Phone 964.4238.5/8 TF Circuit are seeking attorney's or law 1 704 497-2200. Ralph Heardmon.
BUSINESS WILL BUILD 10x12 SUNDECK with rails, firms to contract with for providing 4 10TF Brownlee Road . .36,43 Ac., Owner fin . $82,332

steps, $399. Also screened porches, criminal representation to Indigent accused FURNISHED: weekly and monthly rates. Kingsley Village . Lots 21 22 . . $4,900

OPPORTUNITIESOWN utility sheds, etc. 496.2452, 5/22 2tpd Public who cannot be represented by the Variety of rentals, free maintenanceand Crosby Lake Inlet. . Lots 13.14,15,16 . . $18,000Off
5/29 Defender's Office because of a lawn care. Jo Lu Motel' & MH Park
conflict of Interest. The contracting attorney 9114.8810.4/17TF 301 S. . . 21 1 1/2 Acres . ... $8,100
PROFESSIONAL FLOOR SERVICE: all
ladies YOUR apparel OWN, childrens Jean-Sportswear, large size, types of floors cleaned. Commercial or firm will be assigned' non. FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house In country Near Lake Alto. . 10Ac. Redirect; . .....15PQO' ,, "

petite, combination store, maternity and residential. Also carpet cleaning.Free and capital juvenile' felony cases.The misdemeanor. traffic, call daytime, 377-8500. ext. 2679 or Graham. . 10.5Ac, 14.50?. . Ac/$1625

accessories. Jordache. Chic, Lee Levi), estimates. 9647088. Itpd 5/22 contracting period will be July I, ONE 964-8725 BEDROOM eves. 5/ITF: furnished apt. In Country Club/Flume Rd . Acres . .$49,000

E Z Street, Izod. esprit Tomboy, Calvin Reliable Mobile Home R.palruR.palrs of 1986 through June 30, 1987. The total duplex. $200 plus security. 329 CenterS 230A & Wilson Rd. . 4.78 Acres. . . $12,000
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Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone. Liz
Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, all types Painting cool sealing, number of cases to b. assigned and the !. 468-1115. 5/15 2tpd 5/22 Lawtey . . . . .5 Acres. . . . $14,000Rd.
Heolthtex. over 1000 others. $13,300 pressure washing, re-flooring skir rate of compensation of the will be negotiated.A UNFURNISHED: 3 BR, 1 '/> bath with all 230E . . .40 Ac.Reduced.$90,000
ting, leveling and window sealing. Call copy current years contract may appliances, CH/A FP, convenient to
$24,900 inventory, training fixtures. anytime 4963462. 25 years ex be obtaln.d from the Alachuo County town large lot. Call 473.7941 for Infor- 37th St./Prim.ChIRd' . . 6 Acres . $12,000

grand opening etc. Can open 15 days.Mr. perience. 5/1 8tpd. 6/19 Attorney's Office mation and appt. 5/15 2tpd 5/22 301 S. . . . 193' & CB house, . . . $85,000
Keenan ((305)) 678-3639. Itpd 5/22
Statements of Interest must be submitted AVAILABLE JUNE 1: 3 BR 2 bath frame Waterfront Crosby Lake . . 1 lot . . $25,000
to the Office of Public Defender
Lake
$450
Post Office Box 2820 Gainesville, house month. on Call Hampton 468.2220 after 5 p.m. Itpd per Hammond Rd. . . . 1 Acre. . . . $2,500

Florida 32602; no later than May 30. 5.22 Oklawaha River..3 Ac. Hi/Dry . . $15,000
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ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r 1986. ONE BEDROOM furnished apaitment.

The statement should let forth all No pets. Apply Tackle Box 341 N. Tem
prior criminal case experience and applicable pie. 5/22 ncFURNISHED
references. efficiencies and mobile Tim's Custom Cabinets
5/1 2tchg 5/22 homes Inside city, weekly & monthly
JO LU Motel 8 MH Park. 964-8810. 6/5 Now Construction Remodeling
[B I 964-5065 + TF
Cabinets *Tile Ceilings
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: available June
1. 3 mi; East of Stark. Unfurnished, Free Estimates
REALTOR S ; FLORI LAND $350 mu with stove & fridge Call Tim Thompson _

s houses! REALTY 964.8810 Itpd 522WALDO 964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves IF

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OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I 393 964.7700 N. Temple Ave. &8&8=%?;WH====---t"-:( ): :. ) -):<-):''''):(-): -C-.40): : :(_): ....):(

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Located on Hwy. 301 one block South S.R. 100
RENTING E Lisa Wilson's US 301 S. of Starke
SARATOGA HEIGHTS: 3 BR, 1 bath
home, excellent condition. 1 and 2 Bedroom
Saturday May 24 (9-6 )
RESIDENTIAL p.m.
-181 ACRES: Unimproved land, good Unfurnished Apartments

*" TWO BEDROOM FRAME HOME: lust remodeled, lac. under $30.000. area. include
Equal Housing Items girls clothing sizes 8-14 & some Variety
Opportunity pre-teen. I
*" DREAM HOUSE In exclusive area. 4 BR, 2 ba loaded with extras. Owner will -5 ACRES on St. Rd. 100 road frontage. (
of household items; assorted womens wear & accessories; and ]
consider terms
*" TWO BEDROOM FRAME HOME Kingsley lake area, only $32,000 on S lots -Vi ACRE to 2 ACRE Lots, 2 areas to 468.1971 'f-sfr': : ( some miscellapp\ ,' items

*" TWO FURNISHED mobile homes less than 3 yrs. old, with owner financing. choose from .* Ail.in Excellent Condition *
*" IN TOWN RENTAL UNITS Low down payment owner will finance, only 476' on 301, good commercial site '""' S/JJ Hull HOUSMC

25000. ===8====
*" FOUR BEDROOM: 3 ba home on 3 ac. south 301 with business only 20 pct. --- .

down. Owner will carry mtg.
*" PERFECT STARTER HOME: Pinebreeze subdivision 3 BR, 1'b bath, under
$30,000. Residential

*" TWO FOR PRICE OF ONE: Two frame houses on city lot. Great for r..tolln- LAVERM H. OUTLAW f A REAL DOLL HOUSE Located LAKEWOOD AREA: Executive

come. WILW in of other lovely homes home in exclusive area, Crosby
area ,
*" EXCLUSIVE HOME available In Golfview at the country club. Two story 5 BR, 3 : !|rolcerFulKTIme ;;-
ba home with pool. Many extras. Call for appt. Priced at an unbelievable this 3 BR, 2 Ba Is on a corner lot Lake access Quality construction. .

value. Associate* with many amenities. Super .4 BR, 2 Ba, manyamenities.
*" A SPECIAL LOT comes with this 2 BR concrete block home In convenient loca- 9644522STARKE. .

tion. Perfect for newlyweds or retired couple. DAVID lr DODGE, MSADestflnoted nice.OLD FLORIDA CHARM: like COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick,
*" JUST REDUCED: Have your v.ry own pecan grove with extra septic and electric FL. IKAVKeSfe4537O
Appraiser
Need lots of 3 BR 2 Ba eat-in kitchen LR FR
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Ba from. house. pecan trees ,
completely' fenced pasture grass with 2 BR. 1 South 3QJ. PIMA/ t Kesbi
with road ? 7 acres. Call for sun porch, Ig. lot. Owner anx
*" MUST SELl IMMEDIATELY: Fix up house, 18 acres paved frontage room Approx.
*" BEAUTIFUL SETTING: for this 4 BR, 2 ba, CB house on approx. 3/4 acre, Open Mon thru Frl. >AlIbiCKQN! < \\: iATTYtHes. ( appointment. IOUS

43900. 1:30..m.to5:30p.m: M-7333 I IA si, 64-5cT CLOSE IN LOCATION *WATERFRONT sand bottom

*" LAST CHANCE for this 1 acre and fix-up mobile home, 10000. Sot. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. R.KITE I .SUZANNE. .KITCHENS spacious 3 BR, 2'bath, 2 lake w/nlce mobile home.
*" COUNTRY LIVING: close to town. 3 BR, 1 ba brick and. block, fireplace and lt.s. .4-5WI *
other extras fireplaces, CH/A, formal DR & Ready to move Into. 25500. ;'

*" WATERFRONT: enjoy good fishing and nice breezes on this lake with 3 BR 1 LR, many amenities In this immaculate *A HOME THAT DARES TO BE

ba residence Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business home with acreage. DIFFERENT situated on 2 acres.

COMMERCIAL e Your Full Service Real Estate Office A SOLID INVESTMENT a 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's, 2 Ba's,

*" Commercial property or ready-made business to walk into. COMMERCIAL CORNER world of enjoyment In this 4 BR, den, liv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl In.S.riouslnvestorsTakeNoticel .

HIGH POTENTIAL: 269 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Llv. rm., Din. Rm., sulated windows, rng., refrg,

LAND I acres with possibilities sewing rm. and more within DW, CH&A, dble carport

*" 20 ACRES: ready to build that dream home under beautiful pecan and oak SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit rental galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR 2400 sq. ft. Priced at 73000. w/storage bldg. Sale priced at

trees. selection of lake lots'available. Some with complex full occupancy, firm 16, approx. 3900 ft. adjoining OUTSTANDING BUY stop $73,200. Add'i acreage avail.
*" GET READY FOR SUMMER with our
owner financing) Call today. cash down payment required. Starke Golf and Country looking and start living In this EXCELLENT BUY Large home

*" 1.9 ACRES on paved road. Only 6100. Terms. CORNER SR 18 ft 301 : 14.87 Club. Timber valued at over clean 2 BR, 1 ba home in town. on 1.76 acres, cleared for

"'WATER STREET: zoned B P, $19,000.Susan acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 131000. See one of our full Come look and save. Only garden. Separate well S septic

mi. to Gville. time associates for more in$27,000. tank for MH., $38,000.

Sales Manager Faulkner. Evenings, REALTOR 964-4041 2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff. formation. LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. FOR LEASE OR SALE: 3BR, 2

REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene EDWARDS RD.: Adjoining to see beautiful BR, 2 Ba home, baths, on 2 acres, CH/A,

L. Faulkner 964-5142 Douglas Conner 964-(420 Bradford Sq. 64x150 with formal! LR, DR, FR fireplace, t\g\ w/fireplace. Near FSP and

Louis Young 64-7S2S Marty Russell 473-794 building. Ten 1.acrelots with well. kitchen.. In city best l location Lawtey Correctional, $49,900.

Lucille Spry 9&44420 Kar.n Adams 964-7331 964-4002 ONE ACRE PLUS: commer Septic tank. Owner financed. 5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In IN CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3 BR, 2

D.bbleTool. 964-A9S3 *" *" *" Bobby Biggs cial/Industrial. S. 301 area, in ci pasture, 3 BR, 2 Ba, super kit. ba, eat-In kit., great room, carport .

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL ty. Owner Financing! chen. $71,900. owner fin i 51500.

Rentals Available CONVENIENCE STORE LOCATION well
Carol Warner. REALTOR ASSOC. 49 Acres with We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
: 1 Acre on corner of 16 Wand ;
Property Management Division Pleasant Grove Rd. Septic tank, Hwy frontage Thinking of Buying or Selling? Callus/

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WANTEDFULL FOR SALEBRADFORDLIMEROCK FOR SALE NOTICE REAL ESTATENorth FOR RENT


TIM RIAL ESTATI SALESPEOPLE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Carolina 2 LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $250 weekly
Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin and KITTENS FRFE to good home. Call to the Lake Region Monitor office MountainsONE plus deposit; 4733856. 10tchg

Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. layfayette SALES 782-3942. 5/22 nc In writing and paid In advance ACRE located In the mountains, 3/27-3/29

St. 964.5065 7/4 tin Llmerock a Fill Dirt ANTIQUES: Hovllond china crystal unless credit Is already establishedwith good access, large trees covers this RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACI 1000 sq. ft.

EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS 20yd. semi-loads only l.w.lry.lIan.llraln set, trunks, collectibles this office tract. Owner needs to sell. $6500 pay Commercial Circle across from Post Of.
n..d.d at Whispering Pines Car Ctr. Phone 712-3172 5/23tfchg household furniture, etc MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD $1000 down assume loan. fice. 473-7683. 4tchg 5/8-5,9
Call Susan Cook 9646220. 12/5TF STORI BOUGHT Furniture for sale atDoublewld Brown's Used Furniture, 110 E. Call St., RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN MELROSE AREA 1 BR furnished mobile

SALES POSITION Mutt have sales ex Ham Center located Starke. 5/15 4tchg 65COMMERCIAL CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CHALET 3 bedroom 2 bath two home with porch large living room
North Fla. this Is
301 not
perience. Call 9645606. Ollns Mobil. trailer on Lawtey ( THE TELEPHONE. levels, one mile from town 'lovely setting $170 and deposit. New 2 BR, $220.

Horns. TFHAIRSTYLISTS FOR SALE furniture Star) 6/131fnchg furniture for PROPERTY Classified deadline i I. Tuesday noon large deck overlooking mountains 1-684-6634, 5/15 tfnchg
Florida' Licensed. Mu.t : bought located prior to Thursday publication. excellent location. Built-in WEEKLY House on crystal clear Silver
ale '
Olin. Center
hove following Good bnflti. Busy at Horn trailer on RENT/LEASE Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50 cabinets very private. All for $55,000 Lake. Modern 2 BR on one acre, AC,
100 West. This I I. not
shop Halrplanes, 9644645. 2/20 TF furniture.Highway 6/13 tfnchg then 15 cents for each word thereafter. pay $5000 down assume loan. pool table. $350 week 247-1604 or
GOVERNMENT ,.JOBS $16,040 to
INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call A Thompson 4732440. 4tpd 5/13-6/5
59230yr. Now hiring. Call custom mad ft Installed. Homes Streets: 2 story masonry building. TWO ACRES Short distance from Murphy 2 BR MOBILE HOME Many nice extras
8056876000. *... R-5S04 for current Beautiful of N. Fla.. 9646766. 5/1TF Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849.OIF good garden spot ready to buildon. Available June 1. $275 per month plus

f.d.rol list 5/1 81pd 6/19 THOMASVILLI OAK dining table and six 3 RETAIL STORES for least Highway 301 PERSONAL SERVICES Owner said sell $9800' pay $1600 security deposit References. Call after

EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON hone.t. cano-bock chair. 9646366. 5/15 2tchg South 473.3627 or 964-8848. 5/8TF assume loan. 10 a.m. 4733013. 3tchg 5/15.29
clean cut A MUSTI) References required 5/22 2 BR 1 BA Mobile home, large living
; possible $25,000 first Ap FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING few of 2000 (listings.
year. LOVESEAT ft Chair blue These are a over room A/C close to town. Available
ply D & S Motors, 207 N. T.mpl. No COUCH paisley. Like new, $900 OBO. 964-7321. NOTICE Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac, We have all types of property from June 1. $235 month Call 4732730.522
phon. calls 4/3TF 473-2521. 5/1.29 tfnchg $700 per acre and up. We have small tfnchg
5/15 529REMODELING
CRUISE SHIP ,JOBS! Great Incom. pol.n.tlal. 3tchg SALE Sears SINGLES Find that someone special tracts. We also have several cabins, 2 BR 1'/, Mobtlehome, carpet large
refrigeratorwIc.mokeq CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
All occupation'' For Info call ((312)) $175. Gas water heater through lakeside Singles Club Rt. 1 houses, old farms, etc. Writ or call today kitchen and living room partially furnished
742.8620, ext. 362. 5/80 4tpd 5/29 $75. door w/hardwar $50. to the Bradford County Box 530 Hampton FL 32044. Send for for a free listing brochure. You can very clean, large Florida room
Swinging Telegraph office In and paid In
MANAGER TRAINEE must b. writing application-ages 18 to 60. 5/8 tfnchg
neat
call free 18004387421. with
100 amp breaker box $65. 323 N. advance unless credit is already by dialing addition close In but private large
honest, dependable and smile a lot. TRACTOR WORK Roads scraped mow. .
Write or call today.Cherokee $300 month. Requires first
Walnut St., Starke. 964.7682. Itpd 5/22 established with this office. yard. per
$3.65 to start plus benefits. Apply In OIL DRUM 300 gal. galvanized. $100. Ing and roto-tllllng. 4732330. lOtpd Land Co. and last months rent. .473-4533 keep
p.r.on at Jr. Food Store, Hwy. 24, 782.3515.5/22 2tpd 5/29 Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY 3/27-5/29 Murphy NC 28906 trying. 1 tpd 5/22

Waldo. 5/15 3tchg 5/29 PIANO FOR SAUl WANTED responsible'party NOON prior to Thursday publication. NEED TYPING DONE Reasonable, efficient Stpd 4/17.6/5 2 BR 2BA Mobile home on Lake
:
PEP-o now taking applications for full small Minimum charge words for$2.75 computer printout letter quality. Geneva $275 per month. 4732919.
and part 11m. cashiers. Apply Pep-O to assume See locally.monthly Call then 10 cents for each word thereafter Call .73..648 and leave message. Will FOR SALE 2tpd 5/22.29
on
620 S. Walnut St. 5/15 2tchg 5/22 credit payments piano.18004474266. 5/22 return call tfnchg 3/27 LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon
URGENT NEED for combination paint and manager FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING 1 or 2 BR,
3tpd 6/5 MOVING SALE Furniture, appliancesand thly efficiency apartments
bodyman at Lok. Old., Starke. House out of level? Call LaRue
Ch.vy ATC 703-WHEELER. run great need MINI[/TRAVEL SCHOOLs leveling miscellaneous household items. call 4732919. 5/22 tfnchg
Must have tools. Service for all .
own 964-7500 or one one tire. $200.533.2557. Itchg 5/22 =sfi'. your foundation repair Park of the Palms, Bldg. No. 44 or call
372-0103 ask for David Lawson. Itchg .73.7721. Stpd 5/1-5/29 TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across
SLIDE IN CAMPER 8 ft. Also 10 acre of 4733320. Itpd 5/22
5/22 1 H.P. MYERS PUMP and Jet, $150. Service from lake $155. Partially furnished.Mr. .
Wanted
land. 7823708. Itpd 5/22 PIANO FOR SALE : Responsibleparty
LPN's and RN's NEEDED at WhisperingPines Jet and Submersible pump Phillips, 4737560. 2/13 20tpd 6/26
217 GAL. OIL TANK $100. Also 275 gal. to assume small monthlypaym.nl.
Cora Center. Please call Susan DYKES SERVICE 473 3085. 4tpd 5/1.5/22
tank with stand $50. 964.8886. Itpd on piano. See locally. Call
Cook or Elaln. Slocum. 9646220. 5/22 3 TON MOBILE HOME air conditioner, Credit .
5/22 Manager 800-447-4266. 3tpd HELP WANTED
2tchg 5/29 $400. Window units, major appliance
5/22.6/5
SHOPSMITH MARK Si with jointer
WANT TO EARN MORE than minimum service. DYKES SERVICE 473.3085.tpd
molding head router chuck 4 saw QUONSET HUT $5000 and you move or COSMETOLOGIST Redkln scientific full
the first week the ? You 5/1.5/22
on lob
wag. blades, $800. 964-4300 after 5 p.m. best offer Keystone Heights service salon Desire to learn and
with Incentive CARPET CLEANING
can our training pro. Deep steam extraction
5/22 2tpd !5/29 TRAVEL AGENT 904-473-4393. Itpd 5/22 license required. Doris Hair Clinic.
Our machln. truck mounted
gram. sewing operatorsare 12-YR-OLD MARE 16 hands, saddle and equipment. 1984 YAMAHA 225 3 wheeler electric .
475-2211 5/8 tfnchg
hour TOUR GUIDE C a I CARPET CLEANING
paid by production ($4.35
per bridle, very gentle $475. 964-8160 start, $935; 1984 Honda 200, 3 wheeler OFFICE SUPPLY SALESPERSONPrefer
typical) and enjoy| two weeks paid AIRLINE RESERVAT1CNISTS Keystone Heights 473-7770
after 6 p.m. Itpd 5/22 $820, aluminum truck topper with retired person to sell In Keystone
vacation plus 6 additional paid TRAVEL TRAILER 19 ft. Shasta. Elec. mil UUUt IlL-1E4NRT-T* sliding window-long wheel base $200. Heights area. Must be familiar with

holidays, and excellent convenient group healthcoverage fridge ft blush toilet gas 8 elec. Good. nw M un UUK CMtrtrni 51.626EXPERIENCED Half off on Scotchguard9tchg 473.2191. 1tpd 522LAND community. For more information con
working NOW CTII I itSMIT TEAM
condition. Shady Oak. Trailer Park,
tact John Miller 964.6305. tfnchg.
hours ((7:00.3:30): ). Whether you or. an FiwicBl eel LVARULf MOTHER would like to
301 South. Pauline Norman. Itpd 5/22
serious about keep child In home. Flexible CLERK-CASHIER-Temporary help needed
experienced
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operator or Ml PUCfMHTinOTMCfWtrtL your my
BRAHMOUSIN BULL goodbreeder FOR SALE
for Registered hours, $35 week lunch and snack for late afternoon and evening work.
learning a vocation come In on application MWITHS: UCHTHOKE FT,FL provided -
calves on the ground. 1000.
and Interview appointment fenced yard. Call 473-4193. For Interview call 473-4907 or appear in
NO PHONE CALLS Call 732-3861. 5/22 2tpd 5/29 4tchg 58.529HANDYMAN LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake 13500. person at Chevron Food Mart between
today. please.
Stark Uniform Mfg. Co., 441 E. ELECTRONIC ORGAN 21 features Including A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL SERVICE yard work Owner will finance. $164 per month. 8 a.m. 3 p.m., Mon. Fri. ttchg 5/22
manual and auto rhythmic .
Starke. 5/22 1-800-432-3004 chain 473 4367. 5/8 tfnchg
Brownl. St.. Itchg garden roto tilling saw work
chord, and boss accompaniment
CITY OF STARKE Is accepting application pattern Aon.tlftu Marnb.XRSC tree trimming and removal trash haulIng LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
*. Few playing hours price YARD SALE
; neg. acre wooded lot. 17500. Coll 473-7162
kind of odd
for a Computer Operator I I. any job, repair andmaintenance.
964-8384 or 96-4.5701Itchg 5/22
alter 5. 3/27
tfnchg
Call 4733321. 5/15
Minimum 1
requirements: yrs..x.p.ri.nce
and SEVERAL ITEMS dining! room furniture, tfnchg 285'X85WATERFRONT property on SATURDAY MAY 24.8 o.m.-3 p.m. 445
as a computer operator a
recliner LR tables, trombone, Lake Bundy with Mobile Home. Never Lakeview Drive. Turn at Keystone
high school diploma. Application. will Shop & Compare I 11 I PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
miscellaneous Items. 964-5065 or lived in, fully furnished. Valued at Beach off SR 21 Itpd 5/22
be accepted thru Jun. 4, 1986. Apply homes, pools decks, sidewalks. Free
9644048. Ask for Susan. Itchg 5/22 for $21.500.alking 14900. Will consider LARGE YARD SALE Saturday May 24
City Hall Merrell D..., Personnel Speclolln.uranc. estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 5/15
Director Itchg 5/22 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Mobile Home Parks tfnchg motor home trade-In. Call 771.0533, from I.? Furniture, clothing and

S TEXAS REFINERY CORP needs mature Measures 24x36", 25 cents each. Great All types of homeowners .I LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.Call Jacksonville. 3tchg 5/8.5/22 miscellaneous. ISO Satsuma Keystone

person now In Starke area. Regardlessof for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. policies for The Lawn Barber 4733590. FREE KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Onethirdacre Heights. Itchg 5/22
experience, write A.D. Hopkins, Box 135 W. Call St. 9646305. mobile homes ESTIMATES. 5/15 tfnchg cleared lot paved street central YARD SALE Corner of Cypress and

711. Fort Worth TX. 76101. Itpd 5/22 COPY MACHINES Canon.for rant or Call for Quote HOUSECLEANING by responsible and water. $4000 by owner. 475.2598. Stpd Oriole Streets, Friday and Saturday
sal*. Canon home $799 Canon 5/8 5/22 5/22
WATER PLANT OPERATOR position to be copier ; dependable party. Call 473.2658 after Itchg
filled. Must have exp. or show great horn or office copier $999; Canon office Olin's Mobile 5. 2tpd 5/15.5/22
desire' to learn the job. Resumes must copier $1399. Rent to own for a*

be received no later than May 30 1986at little' a* $45 per month OFFICE SHOP. Home Sales MISCELLANEOUSPACK WANTEDYOUNG
Lawtey City Hall. 5/15 2tchg 5/22 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964-5764.2/21 Classified/ Ads

CITY OF STARKS application.Purchasing for laborer.Dept., I I.Must accepting ELECTRONIC tfn ORGAN $49.99 per month. Elaine M. Olin' Agent RAT Buy sell and trade collectible )- CHRISTIAN LADY will shore Get Results

1 Items and antiques. Used furniture, her home with another Christian lady.
No down payment. Call 964-6946. tfn
be at least II of have a chauffeur 964.5606
I yrs. age TF
glassware, jewelry and much $150 month Big Tree Lakes area
s license. Apply City Hall Merrell MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As 'low as more.Come
see for yourself. One mile east 473.2823.2tchg 5/22.29
Dee Office. Itchg 5/22 $14.99 per month. Coll 964 6946. tfn

EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with "PI I I To]'" illII I DIll I l of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
assembly work. For Info call detachable speaker jam box). Sear. 4732183. 5/8 tfnchg
LAKE BEDFORD 2BR IBo RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP
: owner
504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 5/22 4tpd 6/12 like new only $85. 7823660. |m TF
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for tale. fin.CRYSTAL Needs spring and summer clothing Plumbing Supplies From
BRADFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Is 360/390 4bbl manifold; motor, C-6 ft LAKE H/Si Beautiful 3/2 nowl"! I 11 I Open Tuesday through Saturday

hiring a secretary. Requirement are FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc. stone & cedar 2'/i\ yr., featuring 10 am.5 p.m. Highway 21 North, Durrance &
60 wpm light bookkeeping reception miscellaneous body parts, tires 8 mag fireplace CH/A. 3 car garage, Ig. lot Keystone Heights. Call 473.3106 for Pump Supply ,

duties, public relation, other wheels. Gary 961.8569.3/20 TF CRAHAMi: 3/2 ,rancher Ig. barn time to leave items 5/8 tfnchg ||e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells "
State Licensed -
necessary duties. To apply send FIBERGLASS DOG BOX for fullslze fleet- 4'/. acres.

resume to P.O. Drawer A, Stark., Fla. side pickup. $964-5812.TFce DUPLEX PIUSi BR 2 bo, 4 BR, 1 ba US 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke 964-7061
32091 BY JUNE 1. 5/22 2t 5/29 CHEVY 4.4 PARTS /i ton anything! you plus RENTED 3BR,1 1 Ba, close to shopping MOBILE HOMES TF
.
need- Axl.s, front or rear auto center on Edward Rd. 4 plus
transm., transfer cases, 2 different acres

Subscribe/ Todoy! types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. WALDO: 15 acres, 3 BR, 1 Ba closeto 12 X 60 MH 80 X 100 lot. Nicely furnished .

BRADFORD COUNTY Call 9645812. TFce Waldo Farmers S Flea Market.CR ceiling fans, central heat and air, U.S. Postal Service Announces Examinationfor
CHICKEN HOUSES 4 pullet houses cabl.l.v., 120
225 3 BR 1 4 gallon gas tank 12 X 20
Ba CH/A
: ceiling Cleaner, Custodian and Custodial Laborer
TElEGRAPH 30x400 $5 foot 8 'layer houses,
per car port 10))X 37 patio with 8.. 10 shedIn
fans, wood 1 Ac. barns.
964-6305 12x420 $3 per ft.All equipment extra. stove yard for tools, nice yard lots of 'I'he Sl.irktKlondii I I'ttst Office is aet yptiug applications from individuals who
HWY 16 W: Past Rd. 2'iacres
964.6182.5/8 4tpd 5/29 Morgan plants and trees, 3 sets cement steps. .ire t'nllllt 1 veteran preference (for the positions of Cleaner Custodian and
HUGE STOCK REDUCTION SALE Many needs new owner.LAWTEY city water close to school. $20,000. Custodial Laborer Application will l h. ant'pted 1 for a two-week period brgmn-
Item 80% off. and AREA 2091 sq. ft. brick .
Spring summer Call anytime, 473 2091. Itpd 5/22 lug Monday Max 19. I 1I6.)! to lose of business. 5.00 p.m..l\ldY 30. 1986.
Item needed NOW. Charlotte' Webb veneer home, 3/2 rancher style with
964-7100.964.5732.964.8569.5/8 4tchg dbl. car garage, CH/A fireplace, Fla. .Npplitants must In I IS wars of age at the lime of appointment and there is no

POSITION AVAILABLE 5/29 room formal kit., Llv Din. landscaped maximum age limit. Applnanls must be plivsually able to perform e'ffic'iently!

lawn 9.74 acres with barn Lost the duties of the position as follows:
Spreading and cutting experience Cleaners 1
garage. "''rFornliglI: rclcaningandhouwekct'pingtasksatapostalfacllity.

; needed. Paid HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador Custodum' iM-rfonn lieu ii'r in.uiu.il cleaning housekeeping and buildings andgrounds

holiday., paid vacations. farm 2 stocked fish ponds, fenced mixed dark spots on tongue Lost Nov.
maintenance t."k..t a postal fanlityCusliMlial .
7 SR 100 and
on Immokalee Road.
Salary negotiable. Apply In WANTED large terchange.pecan trees near 1.75 & 441 in Answers to "Minor.:' 473.7162. 5/8 I aborer performs( manual 'labor in maintaining and cleaning build

person: tfnchg ground 1 I.. I
MIDDLEBURCi 18 acres with owner :) postal facility

Vogue Manufacturing SEWING MACHINE' home, established boarding stable All applicants will lie required to lake a written examination designed lo test

Inc. OPERATORS. Experience business. Owner needs to sell. .alulilv, to interpret' 1 and follow di mthuns., The 1 test and completion of the forms

helpful but will train serious TAKING APPLICATIONS for FmHA l1UKlNS CON'lE l l'; will" ie |iipproxnnulelv. I'/i hours Com ipetitors|: will bo rated on a scale of 100

710 S. Water St.. Stark lob ..eke,.. Apply In person: homes. CON'S'I'ItUC"I'lNCOMPANY and must t >core 70 to be eligible' ,

1 Itch, sin VOGUE INC. ; ; Starting! S.lary: Custodial Laborer 37.47 per hour
MATIIEWS REALTYRealtor
; Custodian: $7.31 per hour
71 10 S. Wat.r St. .
964-4469 Free K.simuiir.s Cleaner $7 16 per hour

Starke : The I Postal Service has established new examination requirements for these
*********************. ItchgSln Assoc., Harold Epps !064-6616, J76y'J85ali5p.tn.! : ( positions, eligibilities,. preciously established will be terminated upon receiptof

BUSINESS II d" 1GCS1e..0010:.1eeec3ln Ie.eCa S/15 2tpd 5/22 the new examination results. Th..fore. all applicants who qualified on a

? OPPORTUNITY -- : : previous: exaimru.on for these positions. must reapply and complete in the* new

examination to reestablish eligibility., .
1 Janet'M. -l

J FASHION STOP is BULLDOZER WORK WANTED _


{ developing a adja-new: StarlingRealtor Call ((904)) 964-5606 SAVE $ $ With

plaza
shopping
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Starke. ,
cent to their store on : Large corner lot, 2 bldg. currently Between 8 ae," to 6 p.m. r ryes c ee F*

IIwy. 301 ( acl.oss from rented 50000. O.cs Homes Beautiful 3r>
-2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, 29900. \ c/

high school> HOUSE U MOVE: Make offer .........uu..........:.........................................................1111u/11111 ........... ESWINDOWS '9
ONLY 'rwo # REDUCED TO $39,900 1.' ACRES
with older home, beautiful pecan WORK CLOTHES SUPER SALE! t: 1-1

RETAIL on OFFICE : I'.... '
short or "... in Also
LOllS
WORK SHIRTS OR PANTS *
left -IS ACRES Older
SPACES are : home and DW
Available for occupancy mobile home, 47500. $2.50 Each plus tax CHOOSE COLOR: I r e Siding a Soffit & Fascia

11.1 ACRESi 1 Well. 3 septic tanks, Pants: O Green D Blue Far
or a .
i by Mid-June pond pole barn $33,500 $5.00 Per Suit plus tax Shirts: L Green L Blue Awning Screen Rooms

$ Don't miss out on this -5 ACRESi $12.500; 10 ACRES I e Carport e Brick or Stone
25000. Excellent Terms. Through used these clothes have been washed pressed a. d I

great location -4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. $12.500.. sterilized and are ready for long tough wear.BILL'S Cleaning

MIRY NICE In lawtey..MO.OOO. Call
4 CAI.L 904-384-0603
-50 Ac.$50.000. TRADING POST I

For Further 2 ((904)) 7IJ-J931 HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

Information s"s '.O.Daw.rM 915 Marion St. Lake City 752-6680

301 S. fawtey ............................................. ,?* ,?* ,'?
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I Office Space For Rent Carpet (Any $ -| JJ95 Scotchgard


.One-Room Offices with Common Entrance Cleaning &Room Hall) 11 Available'Is Hwy 301 South Handl'Houses

Bill with Other Tennants nmtninuar
Share
Utility

Air Condition, New Carpet, Convenient Location Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. No Down Payment
EOM
Rent from $100 Per Monthor PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED \ /
Sizes and
Many Styles
I We speciaPze In cleaning and dyeing of wall to wan carpet furniture cleanIng .

Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate Offices and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

Connected by Hallway work at low low prices. Can now to make an appointment. 964.8848

Mi -* See To Appreciate $399 Per Month Senior Citizen I Disc-mint No Mily.iKeCh.uKtf f'rtrrld I Ki ic'c' Evenings ,

Rsoms sver Call; 964-4997 Call
For Information Call **** *'
250 ,q. 473.3627
9646305. ask f. >( John ..tr.ci! ".L Check Ytlow Papa' local phone book Slarke Brjdford 964-4073
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r Union County Ads 1 HOW'S THE FAMILY? Stephanie O'Steen Makes


by Hev. Kd Kirkland
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REAL ESTATE PERSONAL SERVICES Pastor. Kingslcy Lake liaplist Church National Compeittion

OUT OF AREA Septic Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks-: Family FinancesWell ...

New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations this is the time ol your that moil: people have been thinking about
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO and pump. out tanks. After 7 tlii-ir IniiiiH'cs. Don't worry', (his: is not going:' '10 be about ten ditleronl ways By !Mark Fricdlin
A.M., Call 275 :2268, After 7T.M., Call
PERTY If I don't hove, I'll find Its Just 275-2197. \uu could have :stivod I money on)'oul.ta"c's. Instead, I want us to consider the BCT Staff Writer
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. We tfnchg. 1/23 impiivl thai l' nalll'c's have on the family unit. Far too often, we Bradford County's Stephanie
specialise In and
496.2126 or 4962903. eves. YOUR roofing carpentry uiKlm-slimaU1 jusl( how IluwI'rl'ullhclol' Itlllc sheets ol' paper with green inkme 1 O'Steen competed at the Class I
painting. Call 431-1445. 4/24: tfn/chg.
UNION COUNTY REALTOR." t/n on a ri-l.itiotislnp.: fN Regional/ gymnastic meet held in
Reliable Mobile Home repairs of
all types. Pointing Repair, cool sealing, Many t limes: a I couple seeking/ hl'llll'l'Ialc'lhal) their problems are related to Macon, Georgia May 3 and 4. In her
FOR SALE pressure washing re-flooring, skirting I II lttillll'C.: Sonlt'l illl's Ihiil :strain is caused by large sums! of money pulling age group of 15 and over, 50 of the
leveling and window sealing. Call {piessuie: 1111 one or both |>;irlm-rs. Ilow l e v ll', we: will confine ourselves to the top girls from eight Southeastern
Piano for Sal. Wanted: responsible anytime, 4963462. 25 years experience. ntliei to iiiiu'l-iiiiie item-lit who have I Hie I i opposite: problem. If you l into Ihis w states were competing for qualification -
ty to assume small monthly paymentson par. 5/1 8tchg. 6/19 Hump you ina\" be experiencing/ ol the following problems to Nationals and Eastern Nationals
piano. See locally Call credit Will babysit In my home. Hot lunch. I. TKNSlolvf; ) & ANXI":'1'Y. This is caused: by the constant pressure of ends ,
manger 1(800)447( ) ,4266. 5/22 3tpd. 6/5 Located by RMC. Call 496-2096 for In. not '"1'1'11II1t Caladiums and Dayllllet $2.00 and up formation. 5/1 4tchg. 5/22 t i.i.1Vim) may rnl up argiiing/ eonsliinlly: + and seem lo L become each others go directly to National Competitionto
Open Memorial Day. Contrary Mary's WILL BUILD 10x12 SUNDECK with rails, ent'un Tins: I :really i sad because ii'14 I limes: like I this you need each other the be held In Boca Raton in June. The
Garden. SR.121 Lacrosse, fl. 4621561. steps, $399. Also screened porches, lltllSl.: girls finishing 7-20 will go to Eastern
Itpd. 5/22 utility sheds, etc. 496.2452. 5/22 2tpd 2, DKI'HKSSIoN.: !: This sets In from. a variety of sources. It could be Nationals in Pennsylvania with
lict'.HIM' .\till can't allonl I lo buy anything/ new. It may be that you begin to another chance at making Na
YARD SALEFour HELP WANTED \IUlIII1 i i dIru0tllt'verbeangbt'llerolI.Oi'itntayalsocom; ('frumnalbeing tionals.
::11,1 lilo |.',ulIlIl> and enjoy' uuirscll' with other families because you can't! it Stephanie finished/ 14th out of the
Government Jobs $16,040) -S59,230/yr. in the budget. Kvi-ii il'lliey' want to the way, you may led like your 50 girls in the Region. She also
Family at Mary's Florist, SR-121 Now hiring. Call 18056876000.( ) Ext. I"liliivilril l ; then to return Die favor and ray can'l. finished in the top 10 on the Balance ,
Worthington Springs. Saturday and R-1136 for current federal list. 4/10 ;3. KATUilUC i :. lI'lIall'nml'I: / from a combination ol being over worked beam. r.
Monday May 24 and 26.5/22 Itchg. 8tpd. 5/29 u iih, Mile iiinr' sal i esl and Irom being over stressed. This means that even At the State Meet held in
Good Port.Tim. Summer Job for studentor \\ I boil MHI ai e at home, your mind is still on all the problems which have not Gainesville in April she finished in
INSURANCEMAINES someone who can work on variable KOIIC il\\OI\; the top 10. Stephanie works out four
hours. Involves various work on ranch 4,, KKSKNTMKN'i"; : : II'" pielly obvious how this! one enters in. It doesn't I hours a day, 5-6 days a week al
INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. hunting camp and homesite. No experience liikf :C'IIIII..llIllglII'c'I oul that when the a J problems persist: you can begin to Baymeadows Gymnastics in
Main Street, Lake Butler 4963978. necessary but must be lesenl: dllici.s that seem to have it so good. This has the wonderful side 'j. Jacksonville. She I is also an Honor
Complete Insurance Service 2tree dependable and willing to work. Own brnclii nl making )'lIl1lilh'I' mill jusl: generally a pain lo around J: \! student al Bradford High School.
4/10, 17 then HnMOTORCYCLES transportation to site helpful. LocatedIn J F I,' "I'm excited about finishing so

Union and Alochua Counties. Call I know \Ui.il )oti et' thinking, "enough with the problems give me some \ : 'l high," Stephanie said. "The com
Steve Campbell at 4962089. 6 A.M.
to ,
solutions" / ". lel me take ju.t: .1 lew :simple suggesltoltsl: 1'11lIut trying to : petition is tough but it's great experience -
8 A.M.. and evenings llchrg. 5/22. "
umlci estimate the ol I hc' I \ for me.
Part-time Six months magnitude your pioblem nor ddliculIyollbesulu
(anltoral experience
wh..ler and references Coll nuN.iilu.l: | bear me oul and you make your own decisions. Stephanies' goal is to get a college
1983 Honda ATC 200 E (three- ) required
and 18002219130.( ) Itpd. 5/22 1. HK: WILLING WORK HARD. I i'ilVI'lIlwlI\' :' IOIIIK/ Ili.-il no one lies scholarship through her gymnasticsand
New brakes, 12.v battery
i ear gas
tank. $800. Call 4960071. Itchg. 5/22 Food production and service supervisor )our li.in.ls. a md 'Iniees you lo sign: a eli iig(' :slip.' II you have dune this and Stephanie O'Steen she certainly seems to be on the
Responsible work supervising dietary o\ei t'xlonllotl: I\oui.srll: tau hi\e simply' got lo work out uill./l/ you\ cannot right track
RENT workers In the kitchen at State a Hold (II,,' n i n u 11 nun iiiuiillil.v |pa)1111'111-.. go loyour virdilorsmil: :suuni'st an
FOR psychiatric hospital. Requires three IllIc'llI"ll\I' Almost. : Ull\il i\s.: it jour honest: ;and rensiinable: they will work Bust.
years experience In food services. with .MIU and,. help, niiike'lhe, |'u\'ssure: : t'a.k'r.: liul, go lo them ')('l'nl'I' they .. from page 1
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Completion of study in food service cattle to )1111.
by the Gainesville-Alachua Heights.
County
RENT: Union CountyTimes. 150 program at voc-tech school can 2, MARK: A BlIIKiJ<:'1'AM LIVE IN 1'1''uu will led( a lot better il you can
Main Street Lake Butlei., Phone substitute for 1 year experience. College get a 11,1111111. on your Imam-ex. A budget can help' Narcotics and Organized Crime
U. S. District Maurice
Unit, the FBI and the Internal Judge Paul
tIn substitute 30 ...mesler45quarl.r
496.2261 for Information can 3. PLAN KXTHA CASH FOR FAMILY ACTIVITIES. Include in YOUI'lIudgc'l ordered
One, two and three bedroom mobile hours for each year of requiredexperience mailer I him smell Revenue SErvicce. Wiretaps were pre-sentence investiation
central heat and 3 no some amount for family enjoyment. Plan to installed on Guido's home telephone for all defendants and sentencingwill
homes. All electric provided courses were
buy an uC'C'iIo.I""illllall1bu": gt'r or hate some' picnic lunt'hrs.1'he .
air cable TV. Basketball and completed In food and nutrition, hotel and two pay phones in Keystone begin; June 30.
; iTw
Ijinl ill t maftev'Te'r.IT; costs";
Call 4962366. and Institutional -
playground. Pines restaurant rogmt. : :
SRI21. Lake Butler. 1/9 tfn/chg mgmt., or food science Salary money to; have a family; and more. to
Office and Warehouse space located In 35840565.60 bwkly. Excellent enjoy (lamily. Even if you can't do .
Union County Times Building, at 150 benefits. Send State of Florida application all \the things you would like to do
West Main. Call 496,2261 for more information by 5/30/86 to Sandra Somerset, now, if you get started on it, you may
1 It 2/27 NEFSH. Hwy. 121. South Macctenny, be> able to do a little more than you
Fl. 32063 (9042596211.) EEO/AA thought and still! more each year.
Employer. 5/22 2tchg. 5/29 But, remember this, don't plan your
CARSTRUCKSNumerous Unit treatment and rehabilitation finances wilh furniture or a car in
specialist This Is responsible paraprofessional mind plan them with your lamily in
Repossessed Cars See Shands shift work In mind. That's the one thing that is ir-
Howard at Farmers and Dealers Bank rehabilitating patients In a psychiatric replaceable.Ed .
EST. 1965 BY FLORIDA AUCTION SERVICE & SCHOOL _I
Coll 496.2101.5/15 4tchrg 6/5. hospital. Requires 30 semester or 45 Kirkland is pastor of the CONDUCTED
1981 Volkswagen Rabbit door quarter hours of college that Included
at public Kingsley Lake Baptist Church,
sale, May 30 1986, 1 p.m. Farmers and five, courses In Health Care Special located on Hwy. 16 at Kingitley Lake.
Ed., or Social, Behavioral or '
Dealers Bank. Itchrge 5/22 Ij you would like to see a particularneed
Rehabilitative science. No experience AUCTION
FARM
necessary. Beginning salary Is discussed in this column, you -
HOMESGov.rnm.nt $4.70/hr. Excellent Benefits, Contact: may call his office at 533-2018 or

Sandra Somerset, Northeast Florida write to: HOW'S THE FAMILY, t\dOe:. SATURDAY ool
Kingtlev Lake Baptist Rt. I, Bo i i5SS. "
Homes from $1 (U repair), State Hospital Macclenny Fl. 32063. I
Also delinquent tax property. Call (9042596211.) EEO/AA Employer 5/22 Slat" Ill, Fla. 32097, I ,\e\1\ 'soil"

18056876000.( ) Est OH-1136. for Information. E May 24 1986 .
4/10 8tpd. 5/29 INVESTMENT PROPERTIESIncome ,

1 P.M. SHARP !
property Three mobile homes, ,
rented on 10 acres, pasture land, pond
4398--21 ac., 4 BR, 2 ba, stucco home trees, block shed. $38,000.
storage STARKE FLORIDAFrom _. r
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barn, mobile hookup, $65,000. Financing available. Call 4962600. -
Financed 5/22 chg/tfn
*432--Lake Butler: 2 BR, 2 Ba mobile,

2 stocked ponds, creek 7 ac., great VACATION RENTALS ', .>- Starke, go on Hwy. 301 North, turn left (North) on State Road 16 -?
view, $63,000 Viking, the United States
'421-4 BR. 2 Ba block home with Vocation Time) Stay at our beautiful Spaceship that touched one-half mile, then take CR 229 (West) approximately 5 miles. Turn right '-

Santa Fe access. Old oaks shade lot, home on Brooklyn Lake,Keystone Mars in 1976, had 40 thermostats (North) on N.W. 37th St. (dirt road). Go 3/10 mile to Auction Site. Watch .

deck view.. Heights All conveniences. For information 22,000 transistor for auction
1430-START HERE I Mobile w/addi call 496.2056: or 496-2008 lake ; and 18,000 electronic signs.
tion, pole barn, landscaped acre, 2 Butler. Hurry-schedule is filling fast parts. It was also only one
septics, Lake Crosby access. Make 5/1 3tchg. 5/22: cubic foot in size.
offer Owner anxious REAL ESTATE *

*429-.REDUCEDI! 6 oc. 4 BR, 2 ba, 2 North Carolina Mountains
On. acre located In the mountains good
mobile location
$35.000 hookups great access large trees covers this tract. 50 Acre Farm and Lovely Home *

'433--BAR & LOUNGE: package store Owner needs to sell. 6500. Pay Beautiful spacious 3 bedroom, 2 full baths with double wash bosins. Master bedroom _
$1,000 down, loan.
w/canopy, great business opportunity Chalet three assume bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 w/sliding glass door, concealed gun closet, bedroom/dressing room combination. Full

fronts, 2 US BR 301.home for owner 4 acres levels, 1 mile from town lovely setting BROADWAY & W WALTERS bath. Chandelier over vanity. Large walk-In closet, carpet. Equally nice 2nd bedroom, _
large deck overlooking mountains with walk-in closet. 3rd bedroom with and walk-in closet.
'422-.7 acres, 3 BR. 2'/i bath brick carpet, large carpet large
home, has everything the cabinets, excellent, very private location.all for $55,000.Built-in TREE SERVICE Sunken living room with large double windows opens? to separate dining room and :

homeowner dreams of, more acres Pay $5,000 down assume loan. carpet. Dining room separate from living room for extra privacy. Fun-filled recreation -

available. Two acres short distance from Murphy, Removal room for extra enjoyment. Foyer w/coat closet and gold-flecked mirrors Nice

Commercial Properties, farms and good garden spot ready to build on. Trimming .. U-shaped kitchen w/snack bar and room for dinette set. Eye-catching den w/sliding :
Owner said sell. $9,800. $1,800
businesses of the are future.here Invest for your Investment I down assume loan. Pay Stump Removal glass doors, brick fireplace w/black mantle, built-in bookcase, carpet. Central heat .
now I
These are a few of over 2,000 listings and air conditioning. Utility room with double stainless steel sinks. Nice 7'x20' front

We have all types of property from Firewood porch. Also 12'x21' carport Well and 2 septics. Large-'concrete block pump house -

lo REALTY $700 tracts.per We acre also and have up. several W. have cabins small, Free Estimate -. 12'x12'. Many extras for your living pleasure. BARN consists of 2 story drive through

i, ro .rco houses, old farms etc. Write or call today 473.7097 473.7679 w/concrete building attached, pump and separate well. Trees include 5 pecans, 4 -

GTR: 964.1931 for a free listing brochure. You can After 5 P.M. plums, 1 pear, 2 persimmon trees and 1 grapevine.. 50 Acre Farm and Home offered at -

173.3096B3e call free by dialing. 18004387421.( ) auction by deMenzes Realty, Inc., Ocala, Florida.; Co!. Max Huebner, Licensed Auc
Write or call today 4/17 8tpd. 6/5 Keystone Heights '
Cherokee Land Co. tioneer.
N TEMPLESTARKE Licensed & Insured .
FL 32091'' Murphy N.C. 2S906 ten

AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Real Estate will be offered in five parcels and offered Individual.

-- .. 4 ly and as a whole, or whichever combinations brings highest price and best Interest to

CYPRESS MULCH .. owner. Terms announced at time of auction,,PARCEL 11 Above home described and approximately

23-plus acres. PARCEL 2: 7.59 Acres, PARCEL 3: 7.60 Acres. PARCEL 5: 5

: Acres. PARCEL 6: 5 Acres. Complete map will be given of land and home to those attending

& PINE BARK auction or may receive map by calling or writing Florida Auction Service, P.O.

Box 1444. Ocala, Florida 73278, ((904)) 732-6991. t
You pick-up or We deliver: Hove you ever wished that you

3 were In a position to own a swimming !
Minimum yds, on Delivery
pool but weren't lure that you PERSONAL PROPERTY *
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CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING
could afford such a luxury Wall,
having YOUR OWN pool doe.nl require -
964-6649 a fortune anymore With the .Walnut bedroom suite w/double bed, end table, chest of drawers White french pro

tfn, modern construction techniques and vincial bedroom suite, triple dresser, 2 end tables, king-size bed Rifles .Encyclopedias
the standardized plans that Dynamic Garden and hand tools Lawn furniture Baby furniture and accessories

Pools has to offer you can have the .White french provincial bedroom suite w/dresser, chest of drawers, chair .3 pc. sec.
pool of your dreams for a lot less _
than you think tional sofa .Couch whldeabedSofa w/2 matching chairs, footstool, 2 end tables,

Prices Start At coffee table "Living room suite-Castro-Convertible sofa w/Slmmons hide-a-bed mattress

2 matching gold velvet rockers, arm chair, coffee table, end tables *2 La-Z-Boy
Roberts Real
Estate $5,900 recliners RCA Console TV VCR .Portable radios "Stereo GE portable record player

986 N. Temple Ave. Stark., FL 'Table lamps 'Hanging lamps Draperies and bedspreads 'Pictures, wall mirrors, wall

I 964.6262 INSTALLEDTHIS decorations throw pillows Kenmore side-by.side refrigerator/freezer GE Electric

WEEK ONLY I self-cleaning range w/double ovens GE dishwasher Kenmore Heavy Duty Washing

Extra $300 OFF Machine'Kenmore electric dryer 'Dinette table w/6 chairs 'Formal dining room suite

COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301, w/6 chairs and table '6 bar stools 'Ford 2000 tractor 'Tractor equipment
$50,000. Call Today! With a variety of sizes and shapesto Miscellaneous farm equipment .Clothing Ceiling Fans 'Hundreds of Items Too
there's
choose from a beautiful
.ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only Dynamic pool that's lust right for Numerous To Mention.AUCTIONEER'S .

$75,000. Owner terms possible. your home AND your budget. This
.CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. reliable Fla. Stat. Certified Contractor NOTE: Personal Property will be sold separately from

38000. design will take and care of Installation everything, from to real estate. No personal property will be sold unless real estate is sold.

640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly arranging... TERMS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash, personal or business check with

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 100% Financing,with approved I.D. Food and beverages on site. Don't miss this gigantic farm
!I. NO DOWN PAYMENTNo
DAVIS per acre STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. Monthly PaymentFor auction on Saturday, May 24, 1986, Starke, Florida 1 P.M. SHARPI
90 DaysTo
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. arts 3lpd I'M
make your new pool a beauty ef
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summer fun, Phone Anytlm. Dally

COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE a.m. to I p.m. or Saturday t Sunday "AUCTION CONDUCTED IT THE PROFESSIONAL AUCTION"
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Six InjuredIn Straight 42, became the( third inmate FliP Predicts Alcohol continues (to be Florida's found guilty of attempted officer Monday battery ol in
law enforcement
Starke Man Charged a
number one problem in traffic safely
executed this al Florida
2-Car AccidentSix With Two RobberiesA Slate Prison. year tl: Will Die and can only be reduced hy public Bradford County Circuit Court!
James Bryant, 24, was arrest -
llaivy
cooperation coupled with :strict law
During
P'opl(' wm inJure l and one Slaike man awaiting! sentence HolidayThe enlorcement.Every ,d\ Dec 19 for battery of a law
Slat lighted hunt tliebtene in 11 two for :stealing it bicycle was arrested\ : Traffic ArrestsIn )I'Florid. Highway l'aI'olpredtcts available trooper will be on tnlorccmcnl officer. According lo
cur( accidvnl May 15 neat the intersection May 15 and charged! ( with, robbing Bradford County : Ihal 34 persons will die in patrol duly throughout the stale to As: is'ant Stale Attorney Vince
of SR-100 and CK-18. two convenience* sltti t't lluil are Flond.i bathe accidents: during Ihe nelp cuth the accident rateaid Patrucco. "Justice was served with
Five people Ironi! Iwo families within walking distance: ol each The ,following arrests fur It'al1kvlulOlliulI upcoming Memorial! Day holicl.i Bill ked.I the jury verdict." There was: no
were l taken to Brudlcird Hospital, other. :' were made by local! !penal hciiinnniK at o I p.m.. Krida.v:, serious injury to the correctional ol-
with the more serious Irunslerred to Howard Louis: Johnson, 20, was: mil hoi i it lies: in Bradlord County.Doni Ma2..) and ending at nmlni lil FSP Inmate Found ficer.
Alacliua General Hospital, according charged! willi Iwo counts ol mined Mtiildav, May 20. This pt'edtcttun isliased of Judge John J Crews; sentenced
to Paramedic Dan Cuddington robberv, according!\ to I'lilrnltnnn \ Id Maiming. Cnhhs, 25, ol 'on data collected over the Guilty BatteryA Bryant to ten months consecutive
and Jerrell Johnson: DiiiTcll Williams. Situ ke. \tasnuesteillllay: i 18 lor driving lluee pi e\tolls: Memorial Day holiday Florida State Prison inmate was with time now serving
Driver III'on(' vehicle was! Shelley While policewt'reanthett u loin while license: ( suspended periods
Renee Raley 20( of Starke, who was! vest i igaly a robbery al aeiimeiiicnee (IW'IS, accouling: to p.ilinhnan I Colonel! Bobby U. Hurkcll, Director -
taken by helicopter in the 7:25: p.m. store at Sit-16 und IIS-301.() Hie suit: l\1all' I le\ei eauv ('ii ilibs was released ol the )Florida IIighway Patrol Summer Leagues
accident. Raley remains in Alacliua jt't't'A'ils seen crossing: \ Hie .tl l'l'I In l allei a $210\( surely bond wasMisled. staled, "Thnly-lour deaths O\'(T the
Gt'nt'I'lIlln fair condition, according another sit tu'. When police iinixed ( weekend. l is fjiiil to a rate t ol l one .I 4 :. May 22 1 ::00 Senior Citizen League
to a hospital bVt iktsP' eI'st in. Cecil the Miliji'cl, l \\iisMvn\Mtli iiiimi'in, dent!I every I two hours and seventeen i .
Lavern Pressley, 38, driver of the second his hUIIII, said Williams. 1\1001"hall" \Doiaine VMiile, rIO, ol mmules: ol the holiday period, May 22 7:30: Men's League
vehicle was! treated and i'oleas- Johnson was told hi he on I Ilielliumbut I llolhsln Fl. was: IIIll'hll'lll\JIV' 1 Ifi ciealmu, tragedy aiid grief( lot many May 27 7:30: Adult/Youth/ League
ed from In) I IH\IS,
Bradford DarlenePressley refused and was' pushed down folding lo Patrolman I \ l.iimliic.:"
: 35, was! taken by Rescue 61 and handclilU'd Miniilluiins., John Hodge, While was icleased 'II Listen I is: any iiulic.ilor, 34 May 28 7:30: Mixed LeagueFor
to Bradford. Other in the at Iii n $210 sin: el.v' bond was posted 01'y.
passengers Bond was set al .1.00(1.( cash ni pi'icriil \ cil the 1II'ulh111: he
Pressley vehicle were James A. surety. Johnson leiiiiims in I the ulo-oh,1, lel.iled" and only a h'01 More Information Call 964-8175
Macelenny 48, also taken by Rescue custody ol the conn I\ Jail\ Robeil! I I'.ukei. 211, ol Al.u.. 'liu.i was: llu" sc killed in iiiuredvill| (,1',1',11'- _
61 to Bradford. His wile Peggy Mac- ancsled I !M.i.v 211 Im )D\\LS, nccor- ill-'. Ills seal hell ," said BinketlMusi STARKE LANES
clenny, 43, and son Steven, 15, all of Straight ExecutedAt ding lo I'.iliolinaii I Ie\eieaiix.. Hoiid nl the 1 lild aei'idenls \\ III occur .
Keystone Heights! were taken by FSP May 20 was "set t ill I $210. ai IIlglll on sliai0il.( level stall' 1612 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Rescue 7510 Bradford then transferred I. '"I.>
to Alachua by Rescue 61. Peggy Condemned killer Ronald u J. Louis Kelleyr./ ., 34, was ;n i'estedM.I :
remains in satisfactory condition. Straight died in the elect cli.ni ) lHoi! 1)\\I.S. nccoiding In (;111'-
Steven was released Irom the May 20, I the second man executehut: 1'nial )Ii\id ioodnei. Bond was: set
hospital. Ihetorlure-niurdi'i' ol a Jacksonvillefurniture : al $210.
Pressley, driving a 1974 Ford, was stair ou Her \1 ho,rt'l used to
northbound on SR-100. Raley, driv give him a job. )Khnci Ho' [Noilnan.; 40), ol Union t l
ing a 1984 Mercury, was exiting a Straight\ with Iwo accomplices County was 11I'1'.11,111\101": 19 lot no
u
private drive making aII.'II lul'lon. slabbed James N. Stone 18 tunes and valid (ild\I'I"S 1 license, accoidmg lo f t Itt t t ,i
to SR-100 into( the path of the then beat him on Oct 4, 1970. The.\ Tioopei' !\IlIlla i ,' Hichai (sun. Hood td i1i ItI
Pressley vehicle, to was: set al I $103.: I
according ;
put his body in a specially-built box
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Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. Pressley and dumped it oil a bridge.. ('II' ,
applied brakes before the but \Donald Philip Kolinisiui.' 211.! ol :
impact dl'll'nclulIl1'il1lulhy Palmes 37, was!
could not avoid the collibon, said I'.iowaid ('nun!) was ain'siiil I Max'
executed Nov. 8, 1984. Proseculois
[ N JMJ[ MOJIRIAMA
Ethridge. said the two' men killed Stone 1 II!) fur DWLS, aerul' limit in
Raley was cited for failure to yieldright because" he relumed to give thin) jobs I'.iliolinaii. D.niell I Wilii.nn Build I ",
"as sel' at $210
of way by entering highway collecting accounts al his slim"

from Damage a private to drive the Mercury said Ethridge was ,, i time to reflect. J

$10,000. Damage to the Ford was A time
$1,500. to remember our loved ones. *


Faces Starke Man Arrested MEMORIAL DAY .. Gone from our lives, but never from our }hearts. Through our **

ChargesJimmy SPECIAL :-- .. memories and their contributions and sacrifices, they will live *

Carroll Lee, 30, of Route 1 :, m, I .K forever
Box 97, Starke was arrested May 17 *
for disorderly intoxication and 1/2 PRICE = t1 .. *

Sgt.trespass W. C.alter Reno warning Lee according to ; .r .' In honor of Memorial} Day, Florida Bank at Starke will be closed *
was causing a
disturbance in the lounge of the I1 10 Tanning Sessions I ._ .;lJEf l .. on Monday, May 26, ] 98j( if
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Econo Lodge and had a strong orderof Rag. '50.00 -.:__: ..
liquor on him, said Reno. The '' ,' YI) *
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management had told Lee not to Now 2500 .. Business will resume at regular hours Tuesday, May 27th. *
return to the lounge. OH.r Good thru 53186iiairplanes/ / "
While Reno was completing the FDIC '*

paper work on Lee, Lee jumped up \ .. if
from. the chair and kicked another

D.patrolman L Williams., according Lee was to additionally Patrolman t Call Now! .' : Iii) Florida National Bank -**

charged with battery of a law enforcement .
officer. 964.4645 LOCATION *
Lee was also charged on a capias ?
with volat ion of probation (disorderly STARKE *
intoxication). according to Investigator **
David Aderholl. 'w

Lee was released after a $2,108.25 0
surety bond was posted I n i
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State Attorney Receives 24 Felony Cases in April, Two Sexual Battery Cases


TinKr.idlord Olliccol the Stale Inmate 1 Uiehard li. While eKirged, !( (i-iiti: ) ii, \\inn lixu: ) ; n'hllullllll i( diiiil.Liiuiii. Thomas Kdward; Kcxlrijnie/' arrested S'trn coripiiiint charging aggravated .
Aiiiirnrreceived" 24 new in- with ('Si'.Ipl' pled guilty, senleneedto made.KIUII.I. Smith iirri'stcd. Marcli 15 Jan 18 fur aggravated, assault with deadly ,-1
di\ idiiiils cases! 111111/111'11'1,11\ delcniliinis months!>> Dcpai linenl, ol Conve- Siniili airi'sli-d! l M.ii'cli 1'J! for issuiiiu\ worllik-sN chwk ($107.35 assault!> ; case lacks. proseculivcmerit. weapon; care: lacks prosetulive '3
for prosecution! during the lions' cipiiscciilivc.No '/ 'III! IssMIIII1."/; \MllllllcSN, I'llCl'k (1$159.(111! ( in 'l'i&Yl: I ; l'I'!>>IIIUllolI inaili' merit. ,ij
Miciiilh III April. This! included hIli1I11t'IIM' : pmli.ilile. t.nisc Imiiiil lor .slate l 1'1\(: ( dlSliilkrl; Ifslilulinii! IliiidrMrs Sworn. coniplaint; charging iig- S\Miin' cnmplaml i ;lunging( aggravated Sworn" complaint charging :w
Caililol, !>> (!SI'Mlill: I Ilillll'IV I ill- iliiniM'HIV' "'eshniil' 'inn" case closed. Jiiiiii-s K; Ilitkln .iiiivslcd Kiiiviitrd iissnull!> with, di'iidly ; assault wilh, deadly forgery altering. forged instrument ; .t|
MiK I'lig' ( I l\r\ siiinc! dclrndaiil.( accoicliiiK JosephIniii), \'1'I111. ,n I M !slid March 1\1.1I1'I11: 'Illl 'l----llinn\ \MI) I ld05" ('h'ck1$7J \\r.iiiin| iMsr. l.ii-ks iiiosccilliv'c. weapon; iase. dismissed' lacks \irosecutive rest'tu.ion' made.Gln'iI'lnpher '
In tmesliitiiliirV'ile.' : .\ ('lark1.'lIul' :211 Ini agf.iavaied:";' lialleiv, t'liininiilmisclnel. I ( !In VV'mii' \Dixie: ) rcshiulMinllliMll 1111'1,1, mi i ii J Wynn arrested %
nl Ihc casesuic pMsiui / I dismissed' unable lo Shiiiiin I..IMIIIIII> Sinll .iricstcd' .'0111111' Siiililiie l\Jmllll I iirresled Dec (Ii for issuing worthless check .'.
relatedInliiiiiuiliun locale essential 1 witness.Unwind I l\svl I I. JIII11,1111In' || | < ,II ("I I'N'll" / ,I'Vli I I'Ini! ilf.lliii I'i'sliluien made ;.
'ill slnlcn .lune B 'fin ,
.iggiavated'' battt-ry
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lilnl / Lewis I! Johnson' aiiesled!> I II!) I Illl, ,111',11111, | III sliih-ii |iiiin i,1 U in lIMMlllii, lilt nlfiii iuo bwoin complaints rhiirging ' lull! on :24! prior 1'\ c .is I In't llns resi-ting anvsi without violence ,
cases (and Hie nl I 'ice ili'rlincd In pm- Kel. 22 lot grand" I Ihell I ; dismissed! ,IIII! "H III '\ Illl"Hi < ,.< I h,.> this! U'lcll! '' t 11'11111 does mil wish lo -- rtil ;0. l lrnl ,Inds' :
M'l'llll1 IIi""' cases. :'Ml eases! WtTl1dismissed. puiseculeUremia '"
'! Theic were nn jury (J. I'oweis! arii'sli'd! Ocl. 2 ',I."
IrinIs.! The 1111 I il''lInhll'lt'111II1I' stale, lor" isstiint'ti! / \ win Ililcss I dll'( del('Ii- ?' '
alliinic.N 1II\I'!.liglllilllllllld tiled lire d.illl sentenced mi lit het cll.ue.c-I ,1'F. iiS ryfL
Idnnv appeals.NII / Chailene lludson< / ai leslid Api ,il I Ilor 11'r
: )indicia! act ion was taken onluui issuing! \\1111 I111(55 t dll'l k ($:S-iiii! :ii: to,
i asi-s. ,anil I In" cc \ inlalii'ii ol pro ('11\ III Stai ke) ; lesliliiiinn! made, "THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR PRICE..QUAL1TY..SERVJCE!"
Maillia
I I....Minnsun. Idea| || | Ten pU-J.S! ol touilI |:| .. I'clli.iiii aiie-h-d" Aped 4 \
I I> ,UCIC ai'CCptlMl. till 1 IS! .IIIIII\\\lIllhl.I.I"j.\ ) iisliiu
'Tweiil inisdcincaniir Mini' made.' i
cases weretiled
and six prior cases were ti I iv' I It II., S. ('a'' d/I.I" at 11' sit dMaieli24loi I
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dismissed! h\ the oilier in April' !saidClark. ), ; issuing. 11.11 llilc, ilietl." Adr
The ullice leelined/ lo prosecute (1$1 i .H.w: : I lo 'Ki&Yi./ (; u OHii'mnmidi '' ''' .
>. NORMAN'S

eight eases and ono ease( was
dismissed! I l I> I Hie eolirl. There were 1\1.111111.1'1'111.1(. .1I11.t..1. Apld, !i
hcunonjut. 1I'laj.al\lligllill, ( \ : pleas for' ,issuing! Will Ihlcsscln, i k ISU': Klirestitution !) ,
I made.Maillia .
tt\ ere. accepted.Seventeen i
petitions! wenliled in ; IVIIiain aiiesled Apld !l llor r
juvenile eourl.( The aide ,IIII'"I', .\ i issuilif.vollhless! I ; I check ( :$jol.! !!I.. \InKavv.soiis a (
dismissed! one juvenile pel it ion and Snpei Vain ) ; i csiiinluinmade AETEAYEDAIDNTf
lour received nonjuihcial aclinn. -. SALE PRICES
Twelve pleas ol gllill> \veie ac :Mrs! James K.: Hnlilei, aiusudMaicli I WE GOOD THRU
cepted.The 21111'' 1 issuiii! )', Woi ill, -scdetk RKET
lolliming( cases! received linalchsposilion (1jo: ..11 l> III U'llill' /Dixie) Slole ) Icshmlion WED. MAY 28 ht
during (Ih(' nionlh olApril. I ( / made, ACCEPT
J.lllies lloldel/ chalgedvitli' : IUmg '
woilhless' check' (Ijdou: III Winii FOOD .
Inmate Angel Luis CJurav d.11, god /DiMel) I leslilulioii" made.Mis. .
with eseape Kelt. 1IIU4 : ease James I K.: lloldel, .musted" : STAMPS "The Store That EliminatesThe
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1\1.11 1'1,211111 ,
dismissed' defendant bring proseeilled issuing! 1III'lld' i check'
in another jurisdiclion.Brcnda ( $1 H.III to U'niii |1),11 )I. lesinnlionmade.
Warehouse & Middleman"
G.! }Powers ai lexled lI2\ I
lor issuing i .\ worthless! cheek ; pled no Mis.! James! 1 K. I lli.ldci mii'sled'
contest and was placed on probation) Malch2l i issningworildesscheck! '
lor) one year, restitution! In he made (I.ill .In \Viiin U"II'I.) leslilnlionmade. 1' STARKE (Across from Western Steer)
on I this! case" and another ,'aM'. 1 '
Ordered III pav $100 eolirl cosls.Inmate (! Mrs.! James! K.: /ll.ildei. ,II levied' 1i U.S. 301 South Phone 964-6071
Kegionald Keneher' charged :11au'11211urlssuil1' \MH I'lid, ? 1'11IIIIII ck
v nil lialleiv III law eiilnu eineiil' < \ ,io \Vinn DIM. I, I. 1"i. ills,
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iilim-i' f..isc' disiniss unable In
)Ito ,.lie. i s-eiiluii' \I ,,1111'( '''' MiJames\ E /Holder" 4u mvstedUircli2l I I
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