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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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I r ?W.rl noting School Bd. Deal May Be Near in Voting- Rights- Suit 'I



< Settlement of the school board's 6, negotiations session with prosecuting on the ballot for a school board seatin Bradford County and the City of City to Battle...
.I voting rights suit with the Bradford attorney David Lipman. the upcoming September primary Starke..
;<... Chapter of the NAACP is predictedby Parrish says the plaintiffs are elections, fqr which qualifying is set Parrish reported that Lipman ap- As instructed by Starke commis- I
"f Osteoporosis... this week by Chairman J.T.Par- pressuring attorney Lipman to settleso in July. Plaintiffs also want to settle peared anxious to work out a settle- sioners, attorney Terence Brown filed I.
rish after a Tuesday morning, May a black candidate can be placed because it would set a precedent for ment with the school board. Lipmanand a May 5 motion to dismiss the suit
"" asking the city to create single
w The Bradford County Extension school
,Ii or', Service will sponsor a program ------ Brown held board attorney Terence member districts and establish a
a private negotiations
.'. discussing the bone disease black majority district go a black
session the court
it osteoporosis which affects the Lawtey Don following ap can'be elected to the city council.
The Miami-based at-
..;",' calcium deposits in the skeletal Latest Offer : pearance.torney "almost blanched" when Judge Melton gave attorney Lip-
": system. man 10 days to file an answer to at-
Parrish initially said he shouldn't be
. : The will be held Thurs torney Brown's motion to dismiss.
prgram
,j. making deals for the rest of the
,; day May IS, at 7 p.m. in the Brad.ford school board, that the best thing The judge indicated he will rule on
the motion shortly after hearing the
County Agricultural Building J40. Parrish could do would be to go back
r",'. plaintiff's reply.
' on U.S. 301 in Starke. Proposed Voting .to Starke, Parrish reported.
:r' Pamela Johnson, Home City Commissioner Jimmy Crosbyand

:t::: Economist with the Dairy and Food At the Tuesday morning attorney Brown were closeted
, i briefly with attorney Lipman follow-
:); Nutrition Council will be the conference
.;.: keynote speaker. Food demonstrations preliminary pre-trial submitted ing the Jacksonville court action.
torney Lipman yet
e"'ii will be given to show how the Districts For another proposed redistricting plan, Crosby said he "mostly jockeyed"with
-i" Lipman and made no settle-
' calcium intake can be increased in
w this much cleaner
tAWTEY t one a compromisewith
ment proprosals of kind.
the family diet. district lines mostly following any
The program is free, but it will
discernible lines
readily physical ,
In the Court...
be necessary to pre-register by Sta b'E.D. such as roads or railroads. It has
" Tuesday, May 13, by calling the extension School Diva District 1, which combines the black Judge Howell Melton lost little

J: service at 4-6280, ext. 284.. 701 E.O. 53 Reno area of Starke and black area time in setting deadline discovery
dates and trial dates for both the
east of the railroad in Lawtey,with a
., Bluegrass Festival... 54.3 black voting majority. Both school board and city of Starke, both
E.D. 67E.D. commissioners and school of which cases are assigned to him.
c The 8th annual Lake Butler Board county
Berry Blossom Bluegrass Festivalis .p board members have said they can Attorney Lipman asked for nine

set for Friday and Saturday, live with a 55-45 disadvantage, but months for completion of discovery
Judge Melton allowed
bucked at a 60-40( district. questions.
May 16-17, at the bluegrass park 1
just three months ruling the infor-
mile south of Lake Butler
on 1 1o
d
1 Vktif + mation questions must be completedby
SR-121. "It's not half bad," said School
Friday tickets are $8 and show Board Chairman Parrish of the new August 6. A pre-trial conferenceis
.4. set for 10 a.m. Aug. 14, and the
times from to proposal as he emerged from the
5 midnight.
are p.m. E.D 71 board
1 trial is set for the school for
Saturday tickets are $10 and Brooker Diva I negotiations session. A joint meetingof
9:30: a.m. Aug. 8.
showtimes are from noon to mid- E.D.13 the school board and county commission
1 A pre-trial conference is set for the
night. Weekend tickets are $18 with was being set up for 8 p.m.
children 6-12 getting in for $1 per E.D.81// F..D. 7saoor Wednesday night, May 5, in the and City the of Starke trial is for set 10:30 for: Sept.a.m. Aug.8. 14,
county courthouse to discuss the
proposed
day.
Headliners will include Jim and I' settlement with the school Judge Melton urged attorneys Lip
man and Brown to reach a settle-
Jesse of the Grand Ole Opry, Chub- ment in the school board At-
case.
by Wise, Beachville Bluegrass and E.D. 79 I Parrish said the school board might the
assured the
.D. 77 torney Cooper judge
want to consider several minor
the Dixie Jubilees with many more E.D, school board case will be settled. ,
changes. If that meeting goes well,
well.
appearing as
"With the current state of the law
For more information, contact Parrish may travel to Miami to, I this to be settled'Isaid
say case ought
settlement
finalize the
hopefully
Tillman Richards at 4962952. Judge Melton of the U.S.
with Lipman. A
1 agreement attorney
r E.D.7et1\ District Court for the Middle Districtof
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--. special school board meeting is also
Dairy Days... Florida Jacksonville District.
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A showdown of the best cooks in for final approval if the a settlement In discussing the city's case, ,

Bradford and Union Counties is set b Hampton Div.1 agreement is reached. Judge Melton< asked the attorneys
what in
'. problems are anticipated
r' ford for Thursday Agriculture, May Center 15, at at the the Brad- .. .. I i .. dwdf; ;,,oIt 1'-r;: ( ..w'. Insurance attoKcey Robert Cooper reaching a settlement? Lipman said
none that he knows Of.
\ .. '" told Judge Howell Melton the school
Bradford County Fairgrounds on '- .. \ board does not plan to argue the Attorney Brown said the major
US301.A liability of its case, but that negotia- problem in the City of Starke, with a
Dairy Days recipe contest will tions are over how the requested population of 5,000 is that 150 voters
be held with categories for all ages, 1SS0 CENSUS CIVISIONS single member districts will be voting in a block can elect a city
including a snack food category for I E.D. TBU'1I drawn. Plaintiffs, who are JimmieL. commissioner. Judge Melton agreed
children under 13. Other categories such small voting districts could
COUNTY Scott, Elizabeth G. Walker,
include casseroles and one-dish CENSUS DIVISION
EID.78V Maurice J. White, and Carolyn B. pose a problem.
meals, vegetable dishes and salads, +. ENUMERATION DISTRICT E.D. Spooner, are seeking single member What are the plaintiffs seeking,
and desserts. voting districts and one district witha asked Judge Melton of attorney Lip-
Recipes must contain a real SEE CITY MAP black voting majority so a black man, who replied that the plaintiffsare

dairy product, must be legibly writ- can be elected to the school board. seeking single member districtsfor
ten, printed or typed, and must be They appear to be initially looking at Starke voters although the plaintiffs j
for 4 servings or more. are amenable to three single
the school board because of the
Prizes will be given for the top BRADFORD COUNTY vacancy created by the death of member districts and two at-large
three recipes in each category and council positions. Brown
o board member Patricia Spengler, Attorney
cash prizes will be given in addtion h-t=-.c:1: N which will make it possible for themto indicated the 3-2 situation has been

to the other awards. MILES create a black majority district considered for the city.

Mail your entry before Friday, without an incumbent, school board The problems seem not insurmountable -

May 9, to: Diann Douglas, B-U Here's the Latest Deal Offered the School Board... members think. said Judge Melton, tell-
Home Economist, P.O. Drawer Judge Melton heard both the cases ing the lawyers he must follow a

1028, Starke, Fl., 32091. (Phone- Prosecuting attorney David Lipman, representingthe right In the plan above, without an incumbent on the of the school board and City of trial plan, but assured them he won'tbe
964-6280 ext. 284) Bradford Chapter of the NAACP, offered the above ballot in the upcoming September elections. Starke simultaneously Tuesday arbitrary.
redistricting plan to the School Board Tuesday when he morning. After informal discussions and in-

Legion Awards... met School Board attorney Terence Brown In Jackson Lines in the plan above are approximate. it Is impossible County Commission ChairmanE.L. troductions following the court session -
ville Federal Court Tuesday morning. to be certain which roads or railroads the lines (Nook) Norman and County At- it was determined in a conver-
Teacher, fireman, and law en- Bold black lines delineate the districts. The broken follow. The west boundary of the shaded triangular torney Reggie Flynn attended the sation between attorneys Lipmanand

forcement officer of the year lines mark population districts, and are meaningless in district runs along US-301 or the railroad the south line court hearing but did not enter into Brown that a Telegraph
awards will be presented by the redistricting process. Lipman and his clients wanta is SR-16. School board members call it the cleanest and settlement negotiations afterwardsas Voting..P.12A)
American Legion Post 56 and the black majority district, the triangular district at top best plan so far offered by Lipman. did the school board. (See
Ladies Auxiliary at a covered dish

supper set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May t

Road.13, at the post hall on Edwards Close County Access to Silver Lake, Residents Ask Commission IA i

American Legion members are _

urged by Post Commander Bob group of Silver Lake residents the commissioners.The discourages use of the access, say lake, having physical barriers put studies the prot>lem. The commIs-
Brown to attend the ceremony. want the county to close public access county cut trees and openedup the commissioners.Logs up to keep the public within the coun- sion said, no, the roads cannot be

Breakfast... to the north side of the lake, an access to the north side of Silver placed on the ground to stop ty's 50-foot right of way. closed without a public hearing.
Prayer approximate 50-acre body of water Lake after visiting the site April 7. vehicles were found on the north access "It isn't that they don't want other Property owners asked Sheriff
Dr. Paul Wagner, former mis- located two miles west of Keystone The residents appeared May 5 with a on the lake. Commissioners had people to enjoy the lake," but the Dolph Reddish if he could close the
sionary to India, is the guest Heights just off the south side of photograph of trucks parked beyondthe the trees cut to open the north access residents shouldn't have to contend area under a state law that allows
speaker for the Kiwanis prayer SR-100. 50 foot access. where the photograph was taken.At with people who "leave their beer the sheriff to order people out of an

breakfast set at 7:30: a.m. May 27 in Since Silver Lake is small and The issue arose after Betty Potter the Monday, May 5, commis- cans and their condoms" on 'the area. But Reddish ana county at-
the Fellowship Hall of the First since the county's access is two asked the commission April 7 why sion meeting some 20 lake residents scenic area, attorney Green told the torney Reggie Flynn said that or-

United Methodist Church in Starke. 50-foot wide platted but undevelopedroads residents who live up on the hill from appeared with stories of how users commissioners.Green dinance was for emergencies, suchas
The public is invited. Ticket, on opposite sides of the lake, the lake are not allowed to use the of the access encroach on adjoining asked the county to createan to break up a riot.
$2.50 for adults and $2 for children commissioners discussed beginning county property to get to the lake. land owners property, of washing ordinance to control the situationby Sheriff Reddish pointed out it
and senior citizens, can be purchased legal proceedings to advertise the Commissioners visited the lake that diapers in the lake, going to the restricting the use of the county would be up to the deputy in-
at the Chamber of Commerce, property for sale to the highest bid- day to look over the situation. bathroom on the hill or in the lake, accesses, and offered to assist the vestigating a disturbance to deter-
Denmark Furniture, St.Mark's der. The reasoning is that with the The 50-foot county owned accesson leaving condoms on the beach, and committee in working out wording of mine if a violation exists, and then

Episcopal Church, or through any narrow property lines there will the south side of the lake has been generally making a nuisance with such a new law. Green then stood what type of violation. And, five
Kiwanian. always be problems between the maintained, fenced and graded, by noise, using drugs and profanity, quietly In the back of the room and minutes or an hour later, the party-
public visitors and the lake Col. John E. Biedler, the next door and leaving trash and beer cans. allowed the property owners to talk. goers could be at it again, said the

Horse Show... residents. No matter what is done resident. Col. Biedler also placed a Residents suggested limiting the Residents asked if the roads could (See Silver Lake..p.izA)

The second annual Spring Fun there will always be problems, say cable across the right-of-way, and size of boat motors allowed on the be closed while the commission I

Show of the Lake Area Horseman


Association day Hwy, May 21, Melrose.17 is, at set Fallen at 9 a.m.Oak Satur-Farms, Starke Man, Avid Softballer, Dies in Jax Bridge TragedyRandall 11


For more information, contact
Linda Thompson, phone 4752482. McGee, 32, became Brad- the St.Johns River 42 feet below. His contractor on a $1.5 million bridge McGee had accepted the higher- brushing back his hair with his left

ford County's fifth victim of a body was recovered Saturday, aftera repair contract where McGee was turning offers hand and" asking, "Gosh, what hap-
down two local ?
drunken driver in less than ten mon- prolonged two-day search, near employed.An after pened
which he felt did not enough to Jones didn't wait to answer. His
Upcoming... ths when he was thrown fromJacksonville's the bridge by a tugboat owned by autopsy performed Monday in pay
had been knocked
his wife Martha and four- buddy Crosby
,
Fuller Warren Contracting Co., the Jacksonville listed the immediatecause support ,
bridge Woods-Hopkins
The Bradford School Board may in of McGee's death as drown- year-old daughter, Monica. from the bridge with McGee and was
last
meet in special session at some early Thursday morning a ing, although the examining doctor The accident occurred about 1 screaming for help in the choppy
accident that took one other
time 12 if an tragic when a 1978 Pontiac water below Jones raced down a
Monday, May agree- life and three other said his injuries were such that a.m. Thursday
ment is reached in its suit with the struction hospitalized workers. con death would have come in a matterof driven by Miller by-passed a road stairwell on the bridge, jumped in

Bradford Branch of the NAACP Arrested and with hours or perhaps minutes even if block at the bridge entrance and the river and managed to get a ring
which seeks single member voting while charged under McGee had not been thrown from careened into the work hitting buoy around Crosby's neck to keep
districts and a district with a black manslaughter driving the bridge.Also McGee first. At the crew1, ler was him afloat. Diotte's body lay on the
majority.The the influence, a second degree killed in the accident was being pursued by road patrolmenafter bridge while a helicopter and a

regular monthly meeting of old felony mechanic, was Scott of Ft.L. Caroline Miller, 23 Road year Stanley Diotte, 22, of Jacksonville. hitting a chain link fence and a Coast Guard boat scoured the water

the Brooker city commission is set Charles David Crosby, 28, of truck while speeding away from a for possible survivors.

Tuesday, May 13, at 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville barricade at, the who foot drove of the through bridge a Callahan, was also knocked into the lounge where he had applied unsuccessfully "Hell, ain't it. Pure hell," said a

The regular monthly meeting of northward in southboundlane river with McGee, but was rescued for a job. mlddleaged worker known by the
the Hampton city council is set speeding a and survived. McGee and Diotte never knew crew only as Uncle Eddy. 'They

1 Tuesday, May 13, at 7:30: p.m. and crashed head-on into a McGee was well-known here as an what hit them, police said, since the were good boys."
12-man of workmen
The regular monthly meeting of crew repairing Ise avid softball player who made the noise of their welding equipment anda The men were not wearing safety
gratings at the crest of the bridge. R drowned out the because, some speculated, it
the Bradford School Board is set at All-World Team several years ago nearby generator jackets
Miller is being held in Duval County dRandall of Miller's careening car untilit would be difficult and uncomfortable
7 p.m. Monday, May 19, In the Ad- GqONAI and was currently playing with sound
ministration Building on N. Temple Jail under $75,000 bond, on charges Ray's Metal Works of Alachua, a struck amid a scene of confused for them to bend over to work ton
including DUI and leaving the scene one-time in national softball pandemonium. Jerry Jones, one of the grates; nor were there any
Ave.The second Tuesday meeting of of an accident he had caused earlier __' a llr championship runner-up competition. He the workers who miraculously safety nets between them and. tho E Erlv.r.

the Starke Commission Is set at while hurriedly leaving a lounge. also played with the once famed escaped injury, instinctively rushed }
Tuesday May 20, in city McGee, of Pine Song Subdivision, Green Machine fifth ranked in toward the battered car where
7:30 p.m. off Wilson Road, just east of Starke, McGee team, (see Tragedy..p.iA)
1970s. Miller was climbing out dazedly,
hall. the nation during the
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SPRING
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I It I' M.M. Jordan advised the
Lawtey Council that a traffic light
had been approved for installation at
the crossing of Lake street and
US-301,something the town has been SAVINGSEVENT
trying to get for the past 20-odd
years.
Chief Jordan read a letter from
the Florida Department of
Transportation during the regular
council meeting Monday night, May
5, which stated that the concrete
! poles would be delivered within a FREE ATTACHMENTNO
few days, and that department
engineers would determine the proper DOWN PAYMENTNO
\ location for placement.
MONTHLY PAYMENT
-J-- Tuesday morning Chief Jordan
confirmed that the engineers were FOR 90 DAYS
on the site, establishing the locationfor
the poles. He said that Lawtey During SNAPPER'S Spring
.. has been attempting to get approvalfor Savings Event you get the
\ ..., a traffic light for the past 25 best SNAPPER values ever!
i I years, and were finally successful Purchase a Hi-Vac< Riding
through his personal efforts in con- Mower at regular retail

...--........ tacting the District Office of the price and receive your
Department of Transportation in' choice of a FREE attach-
Shriners Roll On... Lake City.Following. ment OR 50% OFF selected
! A the council meeting, heavy-duty attachmentslisted
Commissioner Buster Bennett
y 4 :ii!( units, one more" than expected, itrudi1 (h streets of Stark in grand reminisced about the road, old below Ask about our
), fashion Saturday during the annual Shnnor's parade and chicken dinner US-13, now US-301, through Lawtey, convenient SnapCreditPlan
cd sale, the proceeds of which go to help crippled and burned children. which made two right angle turns as at your SNAPPER dealer
Over 1,000<) chicken dinners were st-imf! estimated Starke Shrine Club it went through town. today!
fti Public Relations Spokesman Jimm Epps, which were served at Ter- In the late 1930's, Doc Rembert
uillegal1 Motors under the new tl'ul'k'l'al' area facing US-301. The parade Carradine operated a drug store and ft'g m snap withJSNAPPER
started at 11:30: u.m. and lasted until :2! p.m. bus stop in the Water's Grocery
Ic At 10:30: a.in. the parade units lonned on Thompson Street near building. When US-301 was reroutedto
Register Oil Company. The parade moved north on Walnut Street, took a its present location,prior to being
turn west on Madison Street, turned north on Court Street, then east on four-laned, there was a traffic lightat A division of Fuqua Industries
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- Call Street, went through Downtown Suuke, and turned north on Thompson the intersection of Lake Street
Street" with the parade ending in I ho parking lot of the Florida National and US-301, but few people a .
( Bank at Starke with smiles and congratulations all around. remember its being there or its
I the crowd was the best t it had been in three or four years andsaiclplocal removal.
shriners were "verv pleased with the outcome.
Local I Shriners have visited other" ,u'ea clubs to promote interest in the Routine Matters...
parade here. Mayor Robert Scott delayed the
\ "For those who are not acquainted the Shriners and our goals, all of the regular council
,. .; we can say is a sincere I thank-you to all who came out and enjoyed the opening meeting for twenty minutes,
parade, bought the dinners and helped us meet our goals," Epps said. awaiting the arrival of two SINGLE : r
"\\'e are always eager to meet new plIpll'ho want to meet us and learn members. Following the opening BAO
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about our community service the and in- GRASCATCHESR
with the allegiance to flag
I II The Starke Shrine Club is sponsoring 15 buys and girls from the Starke vocation by the Rev. Henderson
I, area in the crippled children and burn (enter hospitals operated by the Hudson, the council reviewed Retail'141.16 Value

Shimcis outstanding invoices, and approved FREESINOIEBAOCATCHERsnn.n
payment of themto .x'149,90DUMPCARTna.199,90


. Jax Resident with in Death of Starke's Randall McGee I 50%OFF'
Charged Manslaughter TWIN lAG CATCHER. w", .a,,,. '269.95
BAO-N-WAGON MI, ."'389.95
Irony I page 1.\I > a( maximum sentence ol 13 years on trolled substance, and three limes peace and the case is still pending. see the Legislature pass an open-
Mi (iees half brother, Donald each charge- total ot 30, il run con lor disorderly intoxication When he Falcon, who kept a two-day vigil container law," he said. Such 2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
I linn. 39, ol Starke, said that secutively.! Or, under the stale's new pleaded guilty in l'JH4! to a charge of with friends on the river bank duringthe legislation would place a ban on any _I HURRY: !OFFER] 1 ENDS: 'SOOWSTAKKt. ]: I
1:i"' tor the welder's death should sentencing guidelines, he could be driving with a suspended! license, he search for McGee's body, expressed open bottle or can being carried in a
placed on !Miller, not Wood- placed on probation for a variable paid a $100 fine. Inlm311l'! pleaded no hope that the tragedy would motor vehicle "If it saved just one POVVI-H rQUI'MI-M': ::
.pkins' il I had a life jacket on, certainly. I member of the Bradlord !state at- substance, a felony and spent two against drunk driving "I I would like said Finance charges accrue from date ot delivery l
.,.h the boat had been there. I wish lornev's !stall said days in .|.nl. | *.-,
ii. catch net had been in place. .. ,,
d r I think/ the .real cause ol death According to Jacksonville police Most recently, Millei was arrestedin .
t he driver records Miller has been arrested :March on a charge ol indecent exposure -
,i convicted ol manslaughter !nlo twice lor driving with a suspended:" fur urinating in public The
> deaths :Miller l'oulrll''CeIVl' license, once for possession ol a con- chm'ge.it" reduced to breach of the This Week'sSuwannee

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ting BUS Student Council attendedthe general assemblies the delegationwas in honor and support of the Chris
Florida Association of Student asked to vote on numerous Campbell fund. BHS will be receiv-
Councils, (F.A.S.C.) state conven- resolutions to be sent to the state
tion, held May 1-3 in the Orlando legislature such as favoring a state ing a letter of commendation for this
effort.
Marriot. lottery to assist in funding the educa-
Attending the convention were tional system or for the state to "The delegates were certainly en-
Tammy Lynn, the 1986-87 student adopt a teacher's scholarship fundor thusiastic in their participation in
the convention activities and
council president Jonathan Rowe,
the 1986-87! vice-president-elect; Rick for a uniform grading system for represented the finest qualities of
Kimutis, the 19116-87 treasurer-elect; all Florida high schools. good high school students. We can
.. Deena Cox the ; The 1985-86 Student Council was all feel pride in their accomplishments -
19B6-87 senior class
.P lr recognized at the convention for a ," said Ted Ramsey
president-elect and Jenni Woods, a
1986-87 senator-elect from the Junior "Penny Wars" competition! held the faculty advisor.

Class, and Ted Ramsey, faculty ad-
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! BRADFORD COUNTY according to 1885 Florida Directory I Picking



(The third and final in a series of articles ducements to the immigrant. The climateon Listed Oranges t I' + -
Bradford County, reproduced from is free of gnats, mosquitoes, sand-flies and Towns 1885 ,.
Wanton S. Webb's "Historical, Industrial malaria, and delightful the year round. In
and Directory of Florida" the great future of Florida Bradford will BUHKIN, settled by T. J. Burrin. Five
published Biographical in 1885.) stand prominent among her sister coun- miles from Starke, which is situated on In 1880'scoming
ties, showering prosperity and happiness Transit Railroad, 67 miles from Fernan-
The varied resources of Bradford Coun among her sons and daughters. dina and 47 miles from Jacksonville. A 1 ill
ty offer many pleasant and lucrative in large amount of timbered land is owned by 1 r \
Mr. Burrin. The land is flat, and large "f
quantities can be had for range) groves or
other purposes. Kingsley lake is 6 miles
distant. Drs. A. B. Bryan and D. B. Frim-
EDITORIAL ble own the largest orange groves, and the
name of the postmaster is J. P. McCully.

HAMPTON is located on the Transit .
R.R. near the beautiful Lake Navarre, .1
The Next Drunk Driver Victim twenty minutes' ride by rail from Starke;
three hours from Jacksonville. The place
was settled by W. B. Young in 1882. The
settlers are all whites, from Mississippi,
May Be YOU. or Yours Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky -
Missouri. Illinois. New York and !
Vermont, and the population is about 100.

Drunk drivers, with long records of Because the number of highway There are three churches.Christian, W. B.

law violations ranging from DUI to no deaths in Florida officially labeled Young, pastor; Methodist, J. A Castel,
pastor; Baptist, W. H. Malphurs, pastor. 3'x
valid drivers license, are still falling alcohol-related increased by 69 percent Among the owners of noted orange groveswe

through the cracks of the court system between 1980 and '85, the legal drinking find Messrs. J. B. Cason, B. Hall, R. H.

with a resulting fearful loss of innocent age was raised from 18 to 21 last year, Livingston, A. Hall, D. Jones and Brainerd s'(' &

lives on the highway.A and "happy hour" reduced price drink- Mitchell.

ing incentives are under attack in some The Lake Navarre Academy, Rev. Wm. \
tragic accident on the Fuller War- .. B. Young, Principal, is an excellent In-
ren Bridge in Jacksonville during the cities. stitution of learning. Immigrants will find
early morning hours of May 1 took the According to Florida Department of many inducements to locate here. Rev.

life of another Bradford County citizen, Highway and Motor Vehicles figures, in Wm. B. Young is postmaster, and has a
1984 the courts dismissed polite assistant in Marion N, Blanton. -
bringing the total to five who have lost nearly one- ,
their lives at the hands of drunk drivers third of drunken-driving charges-- LAKE BUTLER! is on the South bank of a F lid i
lake of the same name, 16 miles from j
out of and placed
26,066 90,624
during the past ten months. Many many Starke, 15 from Olustee; 6 hours from
others, of course, have suffered severe other offenders on probation, in part Jacksonville, fare, $5.50. It was made the
injuries for the same reason. because of crowded jail conditions.The county-seat in 1859. The Bradford Co.
Times was established here in June, 1884, to this office. There are good Johns is proprietor of a water power mill
Both accidents, the one that cost four organization known as MADD Y. C.N. Jones, editor and proprietor. water powers on Olustee creek. The Santa here; Messrs. Powell &.: Miller are exten-
lives on Highway 100 south of Starke ( Mothers Against Drunk Drivers) is There are three churches-Baptist, Fe is navigable up to Natural Bridge eight sively engaged in the manufacture of Wild

last July, and the one on the Jackson- asking that those convicted of DUI have Methodist and Christian. miles. The settlers of the late years came Orange Syrup (fever mixture). There is a
their drivers licenses revoked on the from Louisiana, North and South Carolina. good opening for capital here, in the
ville bridge last week, that cost two The settlers are white from the Southern The institution of
lives (one a Bradford County man) and spot. They propose that arresting of- States. Among the owners of noted orange High School.learning is the Providence establishment of a cottonseed oil mill, an
the Dr. S. Newsom John Croft J. ice factory, a bank, good site for a hotel of
ficers have to take the license groves are ,
others power
four seriously injured, were L. Hill, and others. There is a good open- Col. W. Ives, who settled here in 1840, is 50 to 100 rooms, which is much needed, and
caused by drivers who were not only' away and issue a restricted permit to be ing here for go-ahead men of moderate now deceased. The prominent men of the can be filled readily, especially in winter,

driving while drunk, but were also driv- used for driving to and from work. means. Present population about 100. community are Col. W. S. Weeks, G. W. orange packing house, carriage
ing without a valid drivers license. Another proposal would allow confiscation Postmaster is Mr. H. F. York. Clyatt,A. C. Odom, F. C. Pittman, Samuel repository, hardware, sash, door and blind
of the cars of convicted DUI W. Lamb, Dr. Wachope, Dr. Davis, and factory The owners of noted orange grovesare
According to Florida Highway Patrol drivers LAWTEY was settled in 1877 by a colonyof James Turner; Mr. J. L. Turner is the P. Messrs. O. M. Rising, L. A. Wynn, N.
records, approximately 50 percent of since many of them continue to twenty people from Chicago, III. Capt. M. When better transportation is furnished R. Hamrick, Dr. A. P. Smith, Hodges &.:
drive even though their licenses have Burrin donated 220 acres for a town, the
accidents in Florida and nationwide vegetable growing will be the leading Pooser, Mrs. F. B. Hodges, W. H. Rivers,
Highway
been suspended or revoked. proceeds of the sale of lots to go towards industry. J. L. Gaskins, J. G. Alraney,J. C. Richard,
are alcohol related. Although church and school purposes. The present H. F. Corwin, George C. Miller, James
Florida has recently increased the Raising the drinking age in Florida population is about 250. It is a station on SANTA FE This post-office Is located at Wood, George Baisden, J. Klemschmidt,
severity of punishment for alcohol- does not seem to have done much to the Transit Railroad, 35 miles from the village of "Thurston" on the Fla. Tran- Mrs. A. E. Morgan, George Pace, Irvin I
Jacksonville to which the railroad fare is sit &.: W. I. Ry. It was settled about the
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related traffic violations it remedy the problem, as Bradford Coun- Johns, J. M. Johns, Morgan Bros., and
appears
time hours. The 1868 by S. J. and
$1.95 two year Temple
; representativemen now con- others. The settlers are whites, mostly
that even more stringent measures are ty's alcohol-related accident rate in 1985 of the place are Jos. Crawshaw, Sr., tains about 50 inhabitants. Agricultureand from the Northern and Western states;
needed to deal with this problem.In was the highest within the memory of Col. V. J. Shipman, and Capt. T. J. Burrin. fruit raising are the chief industries, character good, and all comfortably well
local law-enforcement agencies. The There are two lakes within a few miles of and Messrs. W. H. Dupree Jeffords, A. off. The educational facilities are excellent -
the last 12-month period, from May same is true in neighboring Duval Coun- the town. Capt. T J. Burrin, lumberman, Deal, W. C. Townsend and others, are there being two well conducted
1, 1985 through April 30, 1986, 13 people ty. The sad fact is that while the drink- cuts about 5,000,000 feet of lumber yearly. owners of fine orange groves. Mr. Obid schools here-Starke Institute, Prof. G. C.
have been killed in accidents in Brad- The people report Lawtey and vicinity as Haynes is the postmaster. Looney, A. M., principal; Orange
ing has been raised most
ford County, with five of the deaths age who young one of the surest places in the State for STARKE is located on the F. R. &.: N. Academy, Prof. G. P. Young, principal;
have the
drink and
people urge to can orange culture that there are 50,000 Co.'s Mrs. A. E. is Postmistress.
Morgan
Railway between
related to alcohol. In Union County, midway Fernan- :.
usually find an accommodating older"friend" orange trees in grove form, situated in and dina and Cedar
there were two alcohol-related deaths around the village. Seedling groves Keys, 25 miles from WORTHINGTON is situated on the San-
during the same period. In Duval Coun- to make the purchase.Also planted) in 1878 produced 20,000 oranges in nandina Gainesville fare, fare, $1.25; 70 miles from Fer- ta Fe river, ten miles from the nearest sta-
$3.50
ty, 65 people have been killed in traffic before the Legislature from timeto 1883. The more prominent groves are own Jacksonville, fare, 230.; 47 miles In 1875 from the tion. It was settled about 75 years ago by
of time is the so-called "closed ed by V. J. Shipman, E. A. Todd, J. W. C. Mr. Worthington, in whose honor it is nam-
accidents during the first quarter container" population was 400 in 1880 500 to
600
;
in
;
Peters, G. V Ott, L. W. Sayles, and J. ed. Among the owners of noted orange
1986, believed to be a record for that law which would forbid carry- Crawshaw, Jr. A good lawyer and physi- 1883,600 to 700; 1884,700 to 800. The Florida groves are Messrs. J. C. Rimes and Jacob
area. If the national average of 50 per- ing any alcoholic drink can or bottle in cian are asked for by the residents. Weekly Telegraph, a live local paper, is. Hiers. The-settlers are principally whites,

cent is assumed that would mean approximately an automobile or truck But there again, Lawtey Js 190 feet above the sea. The rich Moore published editor here and, established in 1879, W. W. from the North and West, and the population -

30 alcohol-related deaths in the law can' asily'be violated by hiding pine lands produce a flat bladed grass, cut three churches, for proprietor.whites-Baptist There'Robert are :-is'about X 200. NE, Hodges: is
,
the three deaths.Commenting the bottle or throwing it out the car ting the a ton to one acre. The improvementsof scale. Keith, pastor; Methodist, J. A. Castel, Postmaster.
when apprehended. So far this village are on an expensive pastor; Christian G. P. TEMPLES MILLS is small of
the accident of measure The residences are large, spacious with Young, pastor. a village
on tragic has not been enacted into law. model architecture, the grounds surroun- Colored churches-M. E., S. Jackson, some 500 inhabitants,on the line of the F. &
last Friday, the Florida Times Union beautiful lawns the whole making pastor; African, Amos Thompson, pastor. N. Co.'s Ry. It was settled in 1877 by S. J.
ding
Even the are ,
said editorially: stiffer DUI sentences now one of the most attractive villages in Starke is the residence of Hon. John L. Temple, Esq., the present P. M., from
being imposed have not stemmed the Florida. Gaskins. There are three lakes in the whom it takes its name. In 1880 the popula--
"How many times must the death, the growing tide of drunk driving, although Southwestern part of the town-Crosby, tion was 275, and in 1884, 500. The village
suffering, and the grief of survivors be 90 days in jail for successive DUI con- PROVIDENCE;; is situated near Olustee Sampson River, and Rowell's. Kingsley contains a Methodist and a Baptist
endured before Jacksonville motorists victions Creek, 15 miles from Lake City, from Lake is six miles to the Eastward. church; the Starke Institute and Orange
recognize that our streets and highwayshave expended to a much longer which place it can be reached by hack at Alligator River on the South and East, inside Academy, two schools of high order. Mr.
bat- period if a fatality occurs, might have an expense of$1.50. Fare from Lake City to the corporate limits. The town is Temple is extensively engaged in the
become" as dangerous as a some impact.in Jacksonville by rail $3.20. It was settled noted for its healthfulness, excellent lumber business, and the owner of con-
tlefield? The same can be said of most the last analysis education about the year 1830, by people from educational facilities, good society, and its siderable real estate in the town and
major highways in Florida.At Georgia and South Carolina. From a handsome girls. The Pennsylvania- suburbs. "The Florida Orange Grove,
through the church, home, and school, population of 50 before the war it has in- Florida Orange Co.,limited is interested in Limited," is the prominent grove. J. M.
the end of the 1985 Thanksgiving coupled with tougher treatment in the creased to 200. 300 families have mail the sale .of lands in this section. Mr. E. Truby, Manager.to .

weekend, 25 deaths in traffic accidentshad courts may prove to be the only really

been recorded in Floridathe effective means of dealing with this pro-

highest number of any state in the blem. But the tragedy of 30 or more County Agent's NoteboohbyBobbyi.Taylor: I

Union. Alcohol use was involved in at dead people in three counties in six .. -

least ten of these deaths, was likely a months as a result of drunken drivers

factor in at least six more. must be addressed. On warm evenings, you may have notic- and apply half the recommended amount wear rubber gloves. For sprays, a
ed some strange looking, six legged critters evenly, back and forth in one direction. garden hose attachment applicator is

crawling around beneath nearby Then, turn at right angles and apply the recommended, one that requires 15 to 20
street lamps or other outdoor lights. rest. After spraying, irrigate for about 40 gallons of water passing through the hoseto
Because of their odd appearance, you've minutes. But, do not water after applying empty a quart jar. Regardless of
Old Chief's Advice probably tried to avoid these Insects. Actually baits. whether
you use a spray or bait, a second
you had nothing to fear becausethey're Baits are most effective when the fast- application in 10 days to two weeks will
harmless to humans. But, they can need lot of food from better
growing nymphs a provide control.
Worth Around be lethal to your lawn and pasture. Theyare late "
Carrying June
through September. But, the For
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mole crickets and I'll try to describe pesticide recommendations -
baits after
sooner are applied damage is
their habits and how to control these beastly check with your garden center, or
burrowers. noticed, the more effective they'll be.: your county extension office on North 301
to Philip Suggs, of the City Utilities Mole crickets live in the soil and feed on Baits may be applied by hand, but be sure In Starke. .
Dept., we have a more complete account of +- !__: plant roots. Their front legs are short and

the Old Indian Chief's concern about the en- o' stout and well adapted for tunneling. Their

vironment than was published in our 1 \ velvety skin is light brown, and the adults, Forestry in Bradford County
editorial column last week. I which reach a length of about 1.5 inches, I
I have prominent wings folded over their
Apparently, the story first appeared in the I backs. Drought Brings Woods Fire Dangersty
"National Wildlife Conservation News" a Each spring, mole crickets lay eggs in

good many years ago, and Philip says he has I the soil. The nymphs,which hatch in about By Tim Ilannon
two weeks, look like the adults, exceptthey're
been carrying a copy of the clipping around Forest Area Supervisor
smaller and lack fully developed once toe burning ban is lilted. Once
with him for about 20 years, as a constant wings. These nymphs mature very Are April showers that bring May' an
reminder of the Indians' wisdom and concern .. gradually, reaching adulthood the following flowers a thing of the past? This year we burn contained. Copies of) the Florida
about protecting the environment upon ? r spring. Thus, there is only one genera- are experiencing a drying trend similar to Forest Fire Laws and regulations may be
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tion per year.Although that of 1985. Meteorologists are calling it picked up at your local County Forester's
which
they depended to support their I .,; mole crickets live mostly one of the dryest springs on record. With Office or at the Fire Tower on S.R. 100 bet-

lifestyle.The below ground, the adults are readily at- this drying trend we are also experiencing ween Starke and Lake Butler.So .

Wildlife magazine said the following ;( tracted to lights, especially in the spring, high temperatures and low humidities; a far this year wildfire occurence in our
letter was written to President Franklin and throughout the summer. At these wildfire fighter's nightmare and an arsonist's 2 county area has been low until the monthof
Pierce in times, they're commonly found under dream. April. During the month of April we had
1855 Sealth
by Chief of the streetlamps, electric signs, and similar il- Much to the dismay of private lan- 12 fires totaling 516 acres. Our major
Duwanish Tribe in Washington State. I am savage and do not understand the clajterstuiiib lumination.Mole downers and citizens of Bradford and cause of fires was woods arson during this

to insult the tais;: Anuoho.lt ii: there to crickets are most active at night Union Counties, burning authorizations for period. This means fires are being Inten-
"The Great Chief in Washington sends words life if a man can not hear the lovely cry of the especially after a rain or) irrigation, andwhen outdoor burning have been curtailed until tionally set on citizens' property for
that he wishes to buy our land. How can you whippoorwill or the arguments of the frogs the temperature is about 70 degrees we receive appreciable rainfall. This deci- several different purposes Among the
buy or sell the sky the warmth of the land? around the pond at night Fahrenheit. sion is made by the District Forester in most common purposes are, 1)
Under these conditions, they make bur- establishing hunting
The idea is to We do The whites too shall Gainesville, whenever high firedanger areas 2)-having a
strange us. not own the passperhaps sooner
rows in the inch two of grudge the landowner
or the soil. against 3)
upper conditions exist. The of this decision burning
freshness purpose
of the the than other tribes. Continue
of
air or sparkle the water. to contaminate
your And, occasionally, they'll partially off cover to reduce bugs and snakes
and
emergeo is based the fact that than 4)
50
How on more
bed
can buy them from ? and will
of suffocate
you us Every part you one night in
your gather bits of :food. These surface burrows of personal pleasure (Pyromania).
wildfires careless
our begin as yard
this
earth is sacred to my people.. Every shiny own waste. When the buffalo are all
pine needle, shore slaughtered the wild horses which range from about one-eight to trash burns. The Division of Forestry has
every sandy every mist in all tamed, the three-quarters of an inch in diameter look currently
the dark woods, and secret of the forest an arson-alert awards in effect.
every clearing, every corners heavy with the like program
miniature mole This folks'
humming insect is holy in the memory and experience scent of many men, and the views of the pipe loosens runs. burrowing To refresh some memories, it is Under this program a concerned citizen
of my people. hills blotted by talking wires, where is the the soil, causing plants to dry out. necessary in the State of Florida to obtaina may collect up to $1000 in reward money

We know that the white does thicket Gone. Where is the eagle? Gone. And Mole crickets canoe controlled by either burning authorization from the State for information leading to the arrest of
understand
man not -
what is it to to the baits. Division of Forestry prior to burning yard woods arsonists. Any information/
our ways. One portion of the land is the say goodbye swift and the sprays or Apply sprays or baits you
hunt.. the end when the trash, underbrush, or for any other out- have regarding this will be
same to him as the next, for he Is a stranger of living, and the beginning of overnight temperature is ex- door burning. The only exception to this confidential and program kept
survival. pected to be 70 degrees Fahrenheit your name left
or
who comes in the and
night takes
from
the land rule is that In
barrel
you can burn a A
woods
anonymous. arsonist is difficult
a
be sure the soil is moist. If
whatever he needs.
The earth Is his '
not brother necessary the covered by a screen or wire mesh to keep person to catch, but with the public's
but his and his children's sprinkle area for about an help
is
enemy birthright if of carried debris from floating out without an we can cut down
forgotten. Perhaps more us these words of hour before application. Moisture aids soil on unnecessary timber
wisdom around in our pockets for the next penetration of sprays, and with baits, it at- authorization. A burning authorizationmay damage and property loss.
There U no quiet place In the white man's twenty years, our children and grandchildren tracts the mole crickets to the surface to be obtained by phoning 964-5436 in
dttw. No place tp hear the leaves of spring or would have a better world in which to live, feed. Bradford County or 496-2025 in Union Coun- If any citizen in Bradford or Union has
UM rustl*of insect wings. But perhaps because twenty years from now. To insure even pesticide coverage-, it's authorization number is obtained it is me any questions, information on fires, or
best to treat no more than 500 square feet responsibility of the person obtaining needs help in fire prevention please call
at a time. Mark off the area to be covered, authorization to stay with, and keep his 964-5436 or 4962025.Page .

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Louise Watterson, Grant Williams Woman's Club May Breakfast May 14

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United In Marriage Feb. 22 Mrs Harry (Ruth) Daniel, K. Grider, J. Greene, W.H. Haas D.
1; District IV Director, Florida Hardy W. Wilson J.E. Odom, R.
Mary Louise Watterson daughterof Federation of Women's Clubs, will Moore E. Schaffer, R. St. John and
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lambert The bride entered carrying a 1 1h Install the 19C6-87:: officers of theWoman' O. White.
Watterson and Grant sophisticated cascade bouquet of Club of Starke at the annual The May Breakfast is the final
Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs.Biggam Mor- calla lillies nephthytis foliage and : May Breakfast, to be held at 11 meeting of the current club year,
ris Bennett Williams all of liriope leaves. She wore a Victorian a.m. on Wednesday, May 14, at the and therefore is the last opportunity
Starke
gown of summer satin lace, sequins clubhouse. members will have to bring "whiteelephant"
were united in marriage on Satur- and pearls. The neckline was high, {, Mesdames G. Roberts R. Biggs items to the club to be
day, Feb. 22 at 5:30: at the First
p.m.
scalloped with embroidered lace. stored for the club booth at the 1987
United Methodist Church of Starke. 1i R.A. Green, Jr., and J. R. Reddishare
The bodice was slim fitted accenting chairing this festive event, Spring Antique and Collectible Show
Conducting the the
Rev, Ballard Wilson ceremony of the was First embroidered work which fell to a assisted by Mesdames J.A. Torode, and 'Sale. Those items weeded out
.
United Methodist Church. Linda cathedral train that featured sequins B. Ivey, V. Lewis E. Watts, J.J. during spring housecleaning can
Kay Johns directed the wedding. hand embroidery.She and pearls.intertwined in the Murphy, C.W. Henvnpr! R.E. Allen profit your club next yearl

Nuptial music was provided by wore a fingertip veil which .
soloist Lois Moore and Marcie was encircled with silk and pearl
Brantley. Both were accompaniedby flowers. It featured a rhinestone 1-10x13 99 Deposit

pianist Daniel Martin. Kristy tiara in the egyptian style with a $10.00 Due at
(Wall Photo) ,
Johns organist provided music
dropped pearl in the center of her
throughout the ceremony.The forehead.The el.r.J. 1- 8x10 Pick up
bride was given in marriageby I I1
bride's handmade
garter wasa :
2. 5x7 (plus tax)
her father Frederick Watterson.The culmination of past family wed
groom's best man was his dings. It included lace from her 2 3x5
father, Morris Williams. Ushers In-
grandmother's wedding dress, a silk
cluded Charles Williams Thomas pouch filled with items from thegroom's 16-King Size Wallets $1 099
Williams both brothers of the grandmother's wedding. /
Regular Size Wallets
groom C.L. Chip Markham Steven Blue flowers from the groom's $
Carter John Watterson brother of mother's wedding dress and ribbon WE USE
the bride, and Robert Pratt all of from her mother's wedding bouquet
KODAK PAPER
Starke, Gary Bonner of Gainesvilleand completed!. the garter.Homemaker's y
Jim White of Keystone Heights.
The wedding ceremony was performed Club Meet

by candlelight. The choir Set Today May 8
loft of the church was centered with
an arch candleabra flanked by two The Bradford County Extension Mr.and Mrs.Grant Williams
candleabras. The lower Homemaker's Club will moot today
cancel area held two urn arrangements May 8, at 10:30: -a.m.:'at the i home of The matron of honor was Marcia with a four tiered wedding cake raised Ace ,
of gladiola, miniature Edna Wainwright on Fire Lane 2, Watterson Norman, sister of the above a flowing fountain. The Bryan's Hardware
carnations iris, rubrum lillies lep- Kingsley Lake. bride of Starke. Bridesmaids In- cake was made by Lucille Vickerey. \ Palmetto & Nightingale St Keystone Hgtj.
tospernum and fuji pom poms. On There will be an installation of officers cluded Brooke Williams sister of the Fresh sprengerei, gerbera daisies Wednesday, May 14
either side were tree candleabras for 86-87 and a covered dish groom, and Dana Luke both of miniature carnations and pom poms PHOTO HOURS 9-12 15:30Bryan's
Starke. Cosette Odom and encircled bases. The cake
holding similar fresh arrangements.Ficus luncheon. Tammy was cut
trees and Buchanon of Mayo, Donna Tyler of by Dorothy Mitchell, aunt of the Ace Hardware
areca palms were
placed at different vantage points Northslde Baptist Church Tallahassee and Lisa Pace of Key bride, Harvene McMahon also I 1101 South Walnut Starke

throughout. The family pews and Has Cook-Out SaturdayThe Largo. aunt of the bride Debbie Chism An- Thursday, May 15
aisles were marked with aisle The bridesmaids were attired in drea Haislop, cousin of the bride. PHOTO HOURS 0.121.6
candleabras holding burning tapers Northside Baptist Church azalea colored dresses of tissue taf The head table held a large european
and fresh of leptospernum young adult class had a cookout feta. Each had a ruffled neckline styled arrangement of lep-
and sprays. Saturday evening from 5:30: to 9:30: which dropped over the shoulder. tospernum iris gerbera daisies
p.m. at the home of Jimmy and San- The fitted bodice fell into a flowing miniature carnations and ming fern.

Did You Know,......... dra Alvarez on Brownlee Road with skirt. The young ladies wore tiara's Tulip shaped votive candles were in-
approximately 45 attending including similar to the bride that featured terspersed throughout the arrangement HAVE YOUR GRADUATION PICTURES TAKEN NOW
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes of families. contrasting roses and ribbons. The and the length of the table
Palm Beach spent the weekend with girls were elegant carrying european along with spermgerei greenery. R- v
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers while Lunch Bunch To styled crescent bouquets of Two similar arrangements were .: m..
enroute to their home in Dupe Illinois Meet May 9 fresh iris alstroedmeria, miniature placed on either end.
carnations leptospernum and silk The individual guest tables held
The Lunch Bunch will have its dendrobium orchids. matching arrangements of lep
Mrs. Gertie McRae returned Tues covered dish luncheon and programon The flower girl, Erica Maines tospernum iris and miniature car-
day of last week after a two week Friday May 9 at 12 noon at the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Douglas nations with burning votives
visit with her daughter and family Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Maines wore a similar azalea col- throughout.The .
Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw and Rev. Jerry Patton will be guest ored tissue taffeta gown. food table, decorated with
daughters in Putnam, Conn while speaker. All of the girls wore matching fresh fruits vegetables and
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw were in pearl necklaces given to them by the greenery held a sumptuous buffet
Jamaica. They also visited Cape Gospel Jubilee and on the patio was the hors
Cod for several days. Set for May 10 The ring bearer,Aaron Chism son d'oeuvre table with a punch bowl en- 'li
of Mr. & Mrs. Randall Chism car circled with fresh greenery and v z9
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Underill of In- will A Gospel be Jubilee and Hot Dog Sale ried a pillow with cross stitch on flowers. Group charge
held Saturday, May 10 begin- satin trimmed in homemade Following to
dialantic were weekend visitors of lace a wedding trip 99 per personFOR
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. ning at 2 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge pearls and sequins. The pillow was Nassau Bahamas, aboard the USS
across from Miller's Supermarket in handmade by Mrs. Michael Gillogly Dolphin, the couple will reside in
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green spent Keystone. of Venice. Tallahassee.The IWe
the weekend at Cedar Keys. Several gospel groups will be The bride's book was kept by Mrs. bride is a 1983 graduate of use
featured. All proceeds will go Ray Buchanon of Mayo. Bradford High School, a 1985
toward "Victory Revival Center". The bride and groom were drivento graduate of Santa Fe Community
Mrs. Greta Myers of Atlanta is Pastor W.J. Thornton welcomes the reception at the Ravines in Colege: and plans to attend FSU in
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. everyone to come and participate.. Middleburg in a white stretch the fall. The groom is a 1983
S. Harrison this week.
Starke Elks limousine. The guests were greetedby graduate of Bradford High School, is CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS
Mjr. John Warren, stationed in LodgeTo Mr. & Mrs. James Womack of currently employed in Gainesvilleand
Berlin West Germany, was visiting Have Fish Fry Starke and signed the guest book at- plans to attend FSU in the fall.

his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. War- Starke Elks Lodge 1802 will have a tended by 'rs.. Lewis Odom of ,.
ren Thursday to Monday.. Joiningthe fish Mayo Fla.
fry with all the trimmings, to be
family Friday and Saturdaywere held Saturday, May 17 from 12 noon The guests enjoyed hor d'oeuvres

Brandon.Jeffry Warren and children of from to 7 p.m.Lake, at Chevy the Lodge Olds.home across on prime the rib terrace, chicken and a kiev buffet, and supper seafood of y/oe Q ytft ofHAPPU!

and Shaun Frick of Alachua newburg. After dinner the guests
Ryan A donation of $3.50 will be ac- marnER'S
enjoyed dancing to the band Ezee
spent the weekend with their grandparents cepted. '
from Gainesville.The .
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frick.
bride's table was centered ieciouai EAU

Mrs. L. B. Eason of Meridian \ Fa"1fI"d
Miss. is visiting her niece Mrs. L. H. Ladll' Loc'tail ;" Anniversary
; Ladies Diamond
Gibson for several weeks. A Mother's Day TributeA IIK I a .

Mr and Mrs. Charlie Green and IIK ?, __ 1349OO,... .-.

daughter, Bethany of Wake Forest tribute to Mrs. Estella Granger 1 (; II>.. ..,J ,"lan..l J'
N. C. are spending this week with '. e
.. :: who passed on January 14 1974. 4 1 129" 11'-' 91290 I IIb lkis
i away ,.,
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their parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert r I I. I '149'"D .
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Green and Mrs. Carolyn Taylor. s1I le, 0aI1490 1.1 ',W' '2990"
She noble I.. ., 559500 .. ....
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson, Mrs. was a mother. car ..,. .
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Wilbur Waters and daughter, Deanna Loved by all she knew. Gentleman I Fas h.

Ormond and Miss Beach Connie last Moody Tuesday were in to ..... \Ever.( }'on<}she tried to help En So6 once teiIl Snur lour lhniae ? >- o I .LaJlw, Snitelre. Pendant En6xnccrIT

Thursday and attended the grand Anti smiled the whole clay through.She 1h ,", e. ..... 'Ok.C7' !
opening Open House of Kinsey Ben- served and loved her Master IIKi '-' t
son and Powell on Wednesday. i '\ ;
And tried His will to do + I Or FY.
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Mrs. Ethel Raymond has been a Was always helping others i 29 5 499' 01990 .149" ..,. '
in Bradford alp R.I. YYx' '2990IIK ', ....
patient County Hospitalthe
past week. e. A life so noble, kind and true. IIK ,d14mnL Jt SoIo.. ". '8990/u.i:w,.
'Itl We shall miss her bright smile e o5gg.. e
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Andrews o ... ......
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returned last Tuesday after a weeks And all I.her loving ways u .i Yur Ckoic. 4 Prong Diamond Pendant

visit with their son-in-law and ',n'ButJWe'jr.try! to live for Jesus 099 =r o ,749: @an Earrings

daughter McKay and Mr.son and in Independence Mrs. Patrick .. .. ';, And meet her at the end of our clays. o.r1 '199'" 'b.' E.mn"K ?* 1,Prnlmti'49" I4K I.. w

Mo. They also visited their son, ( f' ". 129"O. U..4 D p! '" 59" ,... V '99* ..
James Andrew in Atlant enroute .' .. "' .. Your loving children ..*..BU T, K e F 1 99" > ? .Ai.' '279-. ..
home. -J. .... "" "" :J J fP Shaped} Rhodolite Garnet 0249'x.1' .wr ,1, '899". .-
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Earl, Louise, Oscar & Patricia x.w.. ,I ,, '499"', Ww .. .. -. ...
Alescia Odom of New Port Richey & Grandchildren .I ; -
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. I"'f LLr y ur l mce e i 'tfKYOllr"C'K149." I>w..l, LaJle, Fancy
n .. I ia IIK
and Mrs. G. S.:. Brown for the summer '\ nf 't1. -.. h 1T :

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Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rowell of
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Roanoke Ala. were Saturday to > s 1K e You Choke Duo 1IM-d BenJ, : .,,Id IIK 1
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Tuesday guests of Mrs. Rhymer AJ e : ae
Howell. 4 red nw.wt'n Y. IM ; R
an j
MOTHER'S DAY n.3, I n
Mr and Mrs. Tom Lloyd of Man- ., Ix.wa1
darin were guest of her mother Mrs. pass R.i ,I.. .', L 14K 111'1 R
Janet Turner the 4 x.c-Lan cr {
over weekend and ,, ire O.x. 4Dlamon '2790
celebrated Mrs. Lloyd's birthday. J 0' / : x. Ivr

Duplicate Bridge Club results for C uten Prtte Fashion, Faxkmn Li. le, Fneform0199a0
last Tuesday were: N/S- FirstMikeand
Mabel Faikel Ladies vMnyx ,
secondAllene I ,
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Brew and Yvonne Reichman; E/W- i. siThtra's ..... ,.. .... I
First-Jack and Louise Burnette; HaircutsBlow i IIK d1n ( I
second-Ida Shaw and Evelyn Grif-
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and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell ... I
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spent I. tu : '' -
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their daughter and family Mr. and
Mrs. James Hardee. ,k Your Ckoic. Ylur l'kmn L.d i. Fa KmLL.1R.IF.
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Friends of MrS. Anne Hamilton of PermsIncludes Ilk

Winder, Ga., former Starke resident I y 1
will regret to hear her father, 0199. i' N

E. W. Jackson died recently after a $2 5 t u .wro F41g' F-l>.+.

.long illness. Haircut. & Up T
The Conner family reunion was Lrf.
held last Sunday in O'Lena State Receive FREE Corsagefor -. 0I
Park with approximately 100 atten-
ding from all points in Florida. A Mother's'Day d -U /4

bountiful covered dish dinner was Thurs., Fri: & Sat.
enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Watts spent w/Perm something for everyone it our itort...anniversary baby baskets Bibles, brides cards musicals, slver.
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last week at Lake George. Mrs.
Watts visited her mother Mrs. Elsie Molhtr'i Day i firaduatio '
Ginas Classic Cuts & '
Cobb In Jacksonville on Monday. : _Styles Prices Good thru {# TAJ9 II on.-F r. 9:30-6:30

'486 N. Temple Ave., Suite.A (across street from BHS) May 14 Saturday 9-5

Mr and Mrs. J. S. Shuford will 964-6777 1O4 W. CALL ST. s WAft ro car

visit their son and family Mr. and STARKE FLA 32091 jewelryGift CAIHc.-.UYAWAV
Mrs. Jim Shuford in Sarasota over iF Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-5 & Eves. a: 9049647271 V GaJJer -.ins ... r2JMary :;;;;; ;;

the weekend. Gina Brown Frazee Bcckv Outlaw Maria C. Walker
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Retirement Dinner for Bloodworth N Andrews- Sapp Wed In Raiford On Apr. 4 :,


Tammy Lynn Andrews, daughterof kline and standing Th the receiving '

Marks Long Career of State Service Mr. and Mrs. WD, Andrews of were the bride and groom and

Brooker, and John Wayne Sapp, son parents.The .
of Mr. and Mrs. John Green bride's table covered with
Sapp of was
.lames B, (Jim Bloodworth was A resident of Starke since 1956,
Raiford united in her white satin
were marriage grandmother's
on
honored with a retirement dinner at Bloodworth remains active in his
Saturday April 5 in the First tablecloth with lace border and
Baptist -
the
Starke Golf and which
Country Club military career began with F
Church of Raiford. centered with a four-tiered white
Ki ulay May 2 after 29 enlistment in the regular in
year career Army
Performing the Rev. cake with columns decorated by
in state with the Florida September 1946 in the European ix. nuptials was
government serving A
L.L. Parker, grandfather of the pink and burgundy flowers and top-
Piobation and
; Parole Commission. Theatre until honorably
bride. with miniature bride and
ped a
Among the officials "toasting and discharged in 1948. He enlisted in the
i n.istmg" the honor during the Florida National Guard that tv'r Presenting a program of nuptial groom. Mrs. Joyce Norman and
guest same
music was Ms. Debbie Weber Mrs. Mary Turner cut the cake.
,
"\ ening were Commissioner Charles year and was discharged in 1951 to
pianist, and Mr. and Mrs. W.D. An- The punch tables were covered
I Lawson of the Florida Probation and accept an ROTC Commission as a
drews with white silk each with
Jr. soloists. cloths
,
Piirole Commission Tallahassee 2nd Lt. U.S. Army Reserve He
; re-
the alter silver bowls. Presiding at the
I'ony Proto Correctional Probation enlisted in the National Guard in 1958 y Centering was a large punch
candelabra decorated with pink and punch bowls were Mrs. Peggy
Supervisor Gainesville and was promoted to the
; Harry highest
mauve rose buds, balanced by two Cason, Ms. Shirley Moxley and Mrs.
Dodd, Parole Services Director rank attainable in
Sergeant-Major
baskets of the same flowers and circular Glenda Bass.
r.ill.ihassee; ; and William Hicks 1986, and became a full-time National chocolate
candelabras. Serving the groom's
Supervisor; Palatka. Jeffrey L. Guardsman on May I, 1986.
Welch. Also
Mr. Clint Wilson attended as best cake was Mrs. Beverly
Jansen, with the Starke office of the His military career spans 37 years.Bloodworth's .
man. Ushers were Kelly Griffis, assisting in serving were Mrs. Linda
Parole Commission served as civic activities have
,
isler-of-Ceremonies. included W.D. Andrews, Jr. (brother of the Andrews, Mrs. Ann Starling, Mrs.
service the Florida
on
bride) Gene Raulerson and Geneva Wallace and Mrs. Melody
Terry
(Retired Commissioner Jack Blan- Council on Crime and Delinquency,
Bacon. Stilwell who also served as
I'ti presented Bloodworth with a the State Recreation Board, the San ,
of the .
Ms. Roxanne organizer reception.The
State Certificate of Appreciation ta Fe Community College Board, Attendants
maid of honor. couple is now residing in Lake
as
were
Irom the Governor's office, and and the Bradford County Historical
Mrs. Robin Andrews (sisterinlawof Butler.
I'cimmissioner Judith Wolson read a Board of Trustees.BradfordUnion. !
pcivmal letter of congratulations the bride), Ms. Ramona Sweat A rehearsal dinner was given in

I1 .mi Gov Bob GrahamBluoduorlh Realtors (cousin of the groom), Mrs. Sheryl honor of the bride and groom by the

began his career with Meeting Tuesday, May 13 Riddick, and Mrs. Terri Good. groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
,Instate when he was assigned to The attendants were gowned alikein Green Sapp. The dinner was held at
lit' Starke Probation and Parole of- The Bradford-Union Board ofRealtor's pink and burgundy silk organza the First Baptist Church of Raiford.

IH< in 1956 In 1976 the PPC field general meeting will be t gowns with off-the-shoulder ruffles, The tables were decorated with

i.ilt transferred to the Depart- held Tuesday, May 13 8:30a.m.: at cumerbund and large ruffled skirt. pink tablecloths and burgundy

mutt of Corrections by Legislative Bradford's Family Restaurant They each carried sprays of pink candles. The dinner was catered by

,11'1 I and' Bloodworth was retained as (Chicken Factory) on Hwy. 301. Mr. and Mrs. John Wayne Sapp silk roses with pink and burgundy Mr. Larry Reddish and Sonny's

i he District Supervisor in Starke. In In observance of "Law Week" all ribbons. Barbecue of Starke.

December 1978 he was offered the lawyers; in Bradford and Union The bride, given in marriage by Raiford Community: A

position of Parole Examiner with Counties are invited for "Danish andCotfee" her father, W.D. Andrews, Sr., worea miscellaneous calling shower was
at 8:30: a.m. President white silk organza gown. The fitted
(Commission, serving in thisdl.u given to the bride by the Raiford
i | .il\ until his retirement on Cecelia Tcrwillegar stated today. Senior Center Full of Programs'Come I bodice was lavishly decorated with community on March 22. .
This will)} lace and seed pearls.
be the 291 h of
30. anniversary Cason
\1'111 Be Part Of It! Hostesses were: Peggy ,
Law Week The softly flowing organza tiered Tessie Cason Joyce Norman Jan

The Starke Senior Center located at the Corner of Georgia and Grand skirt was accented with a lace Tompkins, Trera Newmans, Jo Ann

I early Newspapers to Be Topic at Society Street is literally bursting with programs for area seniors Below is a sampleof overlay, falling into a heartshapedtrain. Griffis, Marnie Clemmons,

programs available to seniors. The bridal headpiece of lace Margaret Kitler, Margie Cason,

Barbara Foster, a native of Brads A proposed constitution and bylaws Special Programs: May 12-"Be a Super Senior Consumer" Labeling, and pearls was shaped into a half Kathryn Alvarez, Odessa Taylor,
s County and columnist for the for the newly organized society with Diane Douglas, Home Extension Services Agent, at 1 p.m. halo, securing the veil and blusher of Vernelle Sapp.

.uii'-sville, Daily Sun will be guest will be discussed for adoption duringthe May 15-AARP with Lou Stark, organizer for AARP, at 1 p.m. silk netting. Cabinet Shower: A cook out and

,,.tki-r at the monthly meeting of business session. Scheduled Programs: Monday, 10 a.m.-Exercises: "Use U- Don't Lose The bride carried a bouquet of shower were given on February 22

''u' Bradford County Historical The meeting will be held at 7:30: Id"! pink, mauve and white roses, accented by Mary Jane Green and Grace

'''' n'ty. Thursday, May 15 p.m. in the conference room of Santa Wednesday, 10 a.m., Arts 'n Crafts, Needlework. with white carnations and Brigham.

M.s )Foster, who often writes con- Fe Community College Starke Wednesday, 1 p.m., Armchair Travel. baby's breath.A Lingerie Shower Was given

i inn*; the early history of Brad- Center (Old Courthouse). Friday, 10 a.m., Bible Study. reception was held at the February 25 by Roxanne Stephensonand

'I i d) and other surrounding counties, Everyone interested in the historyof Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30 a.m.3:30: p.m., Senior'Social' Gathering.The Raiford Community Center which Elida Stephenson.

,ill discuss the history of the Bradford County is invited to attend Center is open daily from 8:30: to 4:30: Monday through Friday. Cable was decorated with pink begonias Bridal Shower: Given March 6 by

.iiai-sville; Sun and related this meeting. TV, coffee and table games are available. Come meet your friends at the and ferns. Mrs. Stanley Green Sheryl Riddick, Debbie Weber and

papers in our area center. For more information, please call Beverly McGee or Teresa Wood at greeted guests at the door, Mrs. Terri Good.

9644545.IN Angela Nazworth kept the bride'sIN Calling Shower: Given March 11

Legal Notices at New River Baptist by Jeanette

I Hayes, Melodie Stilwell, Jackie

OF FLORIDA thur Jenkins Minor deceased, File FLORIDA Crutchfield, Nancy Parrish, Jean
NOTICE OF APPLICATION ORDERED as follows: THE CIRCUIT COURT THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
R REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF I I. Defendant Melton J. Griff shall appear EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Number 85.6-CP. Is pending in the Circuit EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Parrish, Beverly Welch, Dorothy

THE LAND USE PLAN in this cause and plead to the complaint FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Court for Bradford County, Florida, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Starling, Debbie Bigham, Virginia
CoseNo.86l50CAIN Probate Division the address of which Is Crews, Susie Fetch, JoAnn Fussell,
ORDINANCE amending the) Com.o filed herein on or before June 16, Probate& Guardianship Department
o maws land Use Plan Element and 1986 or in default thereof, the Court RE: The Marriage of P.O. Drawer B, Stark, Florida 32091. CASE NO.: 86.31-CP Ann Starling, Cora Lee Stalnakerand
by Bradford County, Florida In ac- shall proceed to judgment In this causeto ROBERT CHARLES DUDZIK, The names and addresses of the personal File No.: 1-3724 Margaret Ann Dyal.

dunce with the local Government the extent provided for by Section Husband, representative and the personalrepresentative's forth IN RE: ESTATE OF DAR To MeetThursday

'ipitthensive Planning Act of 1975 as 1655 Title 28, United States Code, as if and attorney ore set KARL ERIK DODD,
.Jed for In Chapter 163 of the said Defendant had been served with MARIA E DUDZIK. below. Deceased May 15
."rda Statute within the State of Florida. WIfe. Alllnt.r.sted persons are required to NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTHE
) All citizens. Taxpayers and other inrt process 2 This order be published in a NOTICE OF ACTIONTO file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON- ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of The Samuel Elbert Chapter, DAR,
,.tctd: persons. of general circulation In : ROBERT CHARLES DUDZIK THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS KARL ERIC DODD. deceased, Case will meet at the home of Mrs.
newspaper
Y.iu and each of you are hereby and Bradford County, Florida; not less than YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the state Number 86-31-CP, File Number 1-3724 Is I George Brown on Kingsley Lake on
'ovilh' given notice in accordance once each week for six consecutive been filed against you and you are required and ((2)) any objection by on Interested pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford Thursday, May 15 at 12 noon for a

II, Florida Statutes that the Board of weeks prior to the return data herein to serve a copy of your written person on whom this notice was served County, Florida Probate Division, the covered dish luncheon. '
wny' Commissioners of Bradford above designated. defenses if any, to JAMES R. FLYNN ESQUIRE that challenges the validity of the will, address of which l It : Bradford County

,inly Florida, have designated the DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville Petitioners Attorney, whose address the qualifications of the personal Courthouse Starke, Florida ((32091)). The The Oren T. Derkmans

udtord County Zoning and Planning Florida this 25th day of April, 1986. is 405 W Georgia Street Starke, representative, venue, or (urlsdlctlon of name and address of the Personal To Celebrate40th
Florida 32091 on or before May 22. the court. and the Personal
> uri to conduct a public hearing at a UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE Representative
uijtjlui, meeting held at 7.00 p,m. in the 5/8 fetch 6/12 1986. and file the original with the Clerkof ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Representative's attorney ore set forth Anniversary .. _....
this Court either before service on SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED below.
'until Room of Stark City Hall Starke,
--- Mr. and Mrs. Oren T. Derkmanwill
has
of this Notice begunon
Petitioner Attorney c. Immediately Publication PERSONS
"ioi ida. on Tuesday May 27, 1986, and ALL INTERESTED tare re.
IKS a recommendation to the Board of thereafter or a default will be entered Thursday May 1, 1986. quired to file, with this court,WITHIN celebrate their 40fn weddirigan-T
only Commissioners and the Boardi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE against you for the relief demanded in PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE niversary on Saturday, May 17 from

i I consider on Monday, June 2, 1986, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND the complaint or petition William A. Bessent III FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: (I) 2-5 p.m. at the Madison Street Bap-

.> 'ir'u Commissioners Room of the Brad. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and Seal of this P. O. Box 1056 all claims against the Estate. and ((2)) any tist Church fellowship hall

'I C'unty Courthouse Starke, Florida, Court on April 21 IB6. Stark. Fla. 32091 objection by an Interested person to
CASE NO. 85 319 CA
: GILBERT. BROWN Attorney for Personal Representative: whom notice mailed that challengesthe
was
10 00 a m an Ordinance relating to: School MenusMay
JOVCE LEE BARBER, CLERK OF THE COURT Nancv E. Yenser the
I lie rezoning of the following describi validity of the will, qualificationsof
"i party and amending the Comunsive Plaintiff, BRADFORD COUNTY Salter Feiber, S Yenser the Personal Representative, venue,
-i< Land Use Plan to provide vs. Beulah Moody, D.C. P. O. Drawer 1589 or (jurisdiction of the court. 12-16
JAMES LEWIS BARBER
4244tchg515AUCTION Gainesville, Fla. 32602 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
II lund currently zoned OR and.lynated Defendant. Bradford Klein. & Middle School
Telephone 904376.8201 SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
by the plan as Agricultural ---- --------
\ NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Monday Chicken NuKgels/BBQ. ,french
Personal Representative: Date of the first publication of this : sauce
..
rezoned to CG, and designated Notice is hereby given that pursuant NOTICE fries, cantaloupe, cinnamon rolls, mIlk.Tu..llay' .
Arthur Foux Notice of Administration: May 8. 1986.
feial' Commercial, the property of F. to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Hamburger on Bun, pnlalo rounds.
2610 Mayo Street JOYCE NEWSOME DODD LOPEZ fruit cookie, milk
MUELLER, described as follows, entered in the Circuit Court of the 12 19B6. at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. cup
Eighth ,
May Fla. 33020 4821 39th Street ..
.poximotely 50 acres, Parcel 4708 Hollywood, ___ Wednesday PIt. green beans .peaches, hoi
Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County the undersigned Gator Frelghtwoys Constance Elizabeth Jenkins Dickenson Txas 77539Attorneys rolls, milk.Thun"oy .
jtfi lions 5 & 6, Township 7 South Florida Civil Action Case No.: Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at 60th Ave a 21st St.Lawtey for Personal Representative: : Tacos, cole slow,corn 9">, 'orange,
,je 22 East located 1/4 mile South of 85.319.CA, on 28 April 1986, I will sell the 2600 Lloyd Rd, Jacksonville, Fla.. one Fla. 32058 milk
'". Kv City Limits off West tide of Hwy described and lot of consigned to Beach Pet BESSENT & MOODY Friday Managers choice day
following property lying pet toys
Attorney for Personal Representative WM. A, BESSENT, III ESQUIRE
tor general commercial use. being situated in Bradford County, Supply, Indian Harbor .each, Fla., to Jenkins:: 403 West Georgia St. Bradford High School
,
u ore further given NOTICE that a and charges, ,
Florida, to-wit: satisfy freight storage R. B. Davis' Jr., Esquire Post Office Box 1056 Mondm Piyra, Potato rounds,slaw,cherry cobbler -
ti'I of said proposed ORDINANCE Is I Lot 100 feet North and South by 400 under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of MARK KAUFMAN & ASSOCIATES Stark, FL 32091 i.luble for your Inspection at the of- feet East and West In SE corner of Lot 52 Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. 502 N.W. 16th Ave. Tuesday Beer a roni, cheese stlx, garden salad,
.' of the Director of Zoning and Plannj in Town of Lowtey E of Railroad locatedin Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier Gainesville Fla. 32601 ((904)) 964-7262 PETITIONER apple crisp, hot rolls, milk
City Hall. Thompson Street Starke, Section 26 Township 5 South Range Pro. 04.710100 dtd 1/30/86 ATTORNEYS FOR wednesday: Hamburger gravy mashed
904-326-1011 5/8 4tchg 5/29
potatoes, turnip greens mil jello. cnokie-
ida
Fla. 5/1 ::21chg 5/8
22 East, Bradford County biscuits milkThurod.y
5/12tchg5/8
t .. hand every person having any In- Said sale shall be at public sale to the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. : Hamburger on Bun lettuce
fj-,1, whatever in the enactment of this highest bidder for cash and In accor- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF tomato, pickles, buttered corn strawberry
loosed ORDINANCE should appear dance with the aforedescribed Final AUCTION NOTICE NOTICE OF AUCTION shortcake milk
FLORIDAIN
I be heard at the time and place Judgment. Said sale sholl be held at the NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon- NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Prlduy: Manager A-ld-Carie* choice day

.i .,i ibed. Main (East) Door of the Bradford County day, May 12, 1986 at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. May 19, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M., Civil Action Monday: Pizza corn dogs, french fries,
BOARD OF BRADFORD Courthouse, in Starke Florida, at 11.00 the undersigned Gator Freightways, the undersigned Gator Freightways, Case No. 86.99In milkshakes

COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on the 2nd Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at R*: The Marriage of Tuesday: Pizza, hamburgers, trench fries
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk day of June. 1986. 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville, Fla., one 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one JOHN L. CONNELLY, Husband milkshakes, O.J.
Itchg 5/8 GILBERT BROWN lot of trailer parts, consigned to Brunger lot of skid steel grate consigned to T S T and Wednesday milkshakes:O Cheeseburgers J pizza french fries

Clerk of Circuit Court Export, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to satisfy Excavating Co., West Palm Beach, Fla., ANNA CONNELLY Wife. Thursday Pizza, hamburgers, Trench fries,
ZONING NOTICE By Becky Parrish freight and storage charges, under the to satisfy freight and storage charges, NOTICE OF SUIT--NO PROPERTYTO O J.milkshakes
OUST KALLOS has made application to Deputy Clerk provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform under the provisions of Section 4 (b) of : JOHN L. CONNELLY, 350 Summit Fridays Managers choice

r Bradford County Zoning Board for 5/8 2teh 5/15 Standard Bill of Lading. Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey.. Each day students have a choice of a hoi lunch,
'o unification. of the property describ- Gator Freightways Inc.. Carrier Gator Freightways Inc., Carrier YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an salad bar or they may purchase a,la.carte

,olow from RO to OR: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, 11.731629 dtd 3/10/86 698917 dtd 2/19/86 Action for Dissolution of Marriagehas

'""e acre located off Griffis Loop (Ct. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 5/1 21chg 5/8 5/8 2tchg h5/15 been filed against you and you All persons having clomis or demands

i IOOA) lust 1/8th East of Hwy. 100 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. are required to serve a copy of your against the estate>> are required WITHIN
"I! 4451.00101 in Section 33, Probate 8 Guardianship Department UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT written defenses, if any to It, on the THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE

',ship 6 South, Range 22 East, to be CASE NO: 86.12.CP MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA NOTICE OF AUCTION plaintiff attorney whose name and FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
i oj 1 for a church and related uses. File No: 1-3711 JACKSONVILLE DIVISION NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. address Is DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A., file with the clerk of the above court a
I 1110.! change In classification is subject IN RE: Estate of Court No. 85.868-Clv.J.14 day, May 19, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke. Florida written statement of any claim or demand
THELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, the undersigned, Gator Freightways,
i public hearing to be held on Tues- 32091, they may have. Each claim must
May 27. 1986 at 7:00: p.m. in the a/k/a THELMA V. DOUBLE, Plaintiff, Inc. will sell at public auction for cosh at and file the original with the clerkof be in writing and must Indicate the basis

.cil Room of the Stark City Hall onnpson Deceased. vs 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville, Flo., one the above styled court on or for the claim the name and address of
Street, In Starke, Florida. At NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTHE CHARLES R. BOYER and lot of cleaner consigned to Unl-Chem before May 23, 1986, otherwise audgementmoy the creditor or his agent or attorney and
". ,time all persons Interested shall be ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of CAROL M. BOYER, et al? Corp., Ft. Lauderdale Fla., to satisfy | be entered against the amount claimed. If the claim Is not

'uui for or against the proposal, as THELMA VERRETTA DOUBLE, a/k/a Defendants.NOTICE freight and storage charges, under the you for he"relief demanded in the yet due, the date when It will become
..: ili t ed in the Zoning Codes of Brad. THELMA V. DOUBLE, deceased, Cafe OF SALE provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform complaint or petition. due shall be stated. If the claim is contingent
d Number 86 12-CP, File Number 1-3711.(1" Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto Standard Bill of Lading. WITNESS my hand and the seal of or unliquidated the nature of
County. In the Circuit Court for Bradfotd a Final Judgment entered on April 21, Gator Freightways. Inc. Carrier
L. M. Games, Director pending said Court on April 28 1986.GILBERT the uncertainty shall be stated If the
Bradford County Zoning County, Florida, Probate Division, tiv" > 1986 by the above entitled court In the 03.748095 dtc 3/24/86 S. BROWN claim is secured the security shall be
Itchg 5/8 address of which Is: Bradford County above styled cause, the undersignedUnited 5/8 2tcgh 515ROTldI Clerk of said Court described. The claimant shall deliver
Courthouse Starke, Florida ((32091)). The States Marshal or any of his duly By Becky Parrish sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto
name and address of the Personal authorized deputies will sell th. proper "" OF AUCTION As Deputy Clerk514tchg522 enable the clerk to mail one copy to
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Representative and the Personal ty situate In Bradford County, Florida, NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. each personal representative.All .

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Representative's attorney are set forth described as: day May 19, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock a.m., persons interested In the estate to
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION below Lot 5, Block 2, PINEBREEZE as per plat the undersigned Gator Freightways, who a copyof this Notice of Administration

.. CASE NO 86-67-Clv.J.14 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are required thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 27 'Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD has been mailed are required
'MtD' !SFAIES I OF AMERICA, to file, with this court WITHIN of the public records of Bradford County, 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one COUNTY. FLORIDA WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
nintlff. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Florida, lot of stone consigned to Southern PROBATE DIVISION OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS

FIRST PUBLICATION Of THIS NOTICE: ((1)) at public outcry to the highest and Paradise, Inc., Pompano Beach, Fla., to Case No. 86.28-CP NOTICE to file any objections they may
i -kN GLENN f/k/a GWEN E. all claims against the Estate, and ((2)) any best bidder for cash at the hour of 12.00 satisfy freight and storage charges, FILE NO. 1.3723 have that challenge the validity of the

"FHS. MELTON J. GRIFFIS objection by an Interested person to clock noon on June 4, 1986, at the front under the provisions of Section 4b) of In Re: The Estate of decedent will, the qualifications of the

r' ol whom notice was mailed that challengesthe door entrance of the Bradford County Uniform Standard Bill of lading. EDNA A. STONE, personal representative, or the venue or
defendants.iRDER validity of the Will the qualifications! Courthouse. at Starke, Florida. Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier Deceased jurisdiction of the court.
o OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONi of the Personal Representative, venue, Dated April 24, 1986 04.770762 dtd 4/10/86 NOI .-; Or AUMINIilKAIION: l ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
i s cause came to be heard upon the or jurisdiction of the Court. Richard L. Cox, Jr. 5/8 2tchg 5/15 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR TIONS NOT SO.FILED WILL BE FOREVER
0. died. motion of Plaintiff for on Order ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT United States Marshal) DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE BARRED.

1 S e. vice by Publication, and It appear. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Middle District of Florida AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Date of the first publication of this
that this action has been brought for Dole of the first publication of this John E. Lawlor, III NOTICE OF AUCTION THE ESTATE. Notice of Administration: 1 May 1986.

1 .' enforcement of a Hen against reali Notice of Administration: April 17, 1986. Assistant U.S. Attorney NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. YOU ARE HERBY NOTIFIED that the administration RICHARD E. WELTY

i perry situated In Bradford County NOLAN L. WOODBURN Attorney for Plaintiff day May 19, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock a.m., of the estate of EDNA A. 954 N. Temple AvenueP.
v. ,,>hm, the Middle District of Florida and 2503 Apt. 2, N. Hwy 301 5/1 41chg 5/22 the undersigned Gator Freightways. STONE deceased Case Number O. Box 995

icribed at follows: P. O. Box 338 Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at 86-28-CP, and File Number 1.3723Is pending Starke, Florida 32091 .
lot 2, Porkwood Subdivision as per Stark, Fla. 32091 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Flo., one In the Circuit Court for Bradford ((904)) 94.8050Attorney
i' it thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA lot of Insecticide consigned to Un I. County, Florida Probate Division, the for PersonalRepresentative

r ige 5, public records of Bradford Coun- Attorneys for Personal Representative: PROBATE DIVISIONFile Chem Corp., Tamara, Fla., to satisfy address of which I Is P.O. Box B. Stark,
< / Florida. BESSENT & MOODY Number 85-6-CP freight and storage charges under the Florida 32091. The personal representative J. W. ALVAREZ
and it further appearing that Defendant Wm. A. Bessent, III. Esq. Division 1.3606 provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform of the estate Is J.W. ALVAREZ, Personal RepresentativeOf
Melton J. GriffIS cannot be served within 403 West Georgia StreetP. IN RE: ESTATE OF Standard Bill of Lading. whose address if 259 N. Boy, Starke, The Estate of

the State of Florida: that It Is not proc O. Box 1056 ARTHUR JENKINS Minor, Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc. Carrier Florida 32091 The name and address of Edna A. Stone
kohle to serve him personally; and h* Stark. Fla. 32091 Deceased. 12-670409 dId 3/20/86 the personal repreientatlve's attorneyare 3/1 2tchg 58t'.iq
is not voluntarily appeared herein; It Is Attorneys for NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 5/8 2tchg 5/15 set forth below.
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First Christian Church



held Holds Luncheon Mother-Daughter Saturday Mother-Daughter SaturdayA at Western luncheon Steer was


Steak House by members of the
iiiieu
First Christian Church. $ :
The table was gay with flower potsat
each place setting with name
engraved on each and filled with
mints and spring flowers.
Appropriate readings were given by r
Mrs. Rosala Brown, who was in
charge of the program; Grace
Faulkner gave a reading on _
daughters and Mrs. Grace Fullwood
and daughter, Mrs. Nancy Lopez,
gave a reading The Family Circle. _
Forty-five. ladies enjoyed the occasion -

Macedonia Freewill

Church Holds Youth Day
--
Macedonia Freewill Baptist
Church, Lawtey will be having
Youth Day Services on May 18. Ser
vices will be held at 11:30: a.m. and
3:00 p.m.
The morning speaker will be
Minister Anthony Wilson,
'
Gainesville, and the evening E 1 't- I I 1 I EE 1 I 1 1 I Q
speaker will be Bro. Bernard -
Williams, Lawtey.
Everyone is invited to attend. 1I 1 11 1
1
After-Grad Party 1 r- .r a,

Being PlannedFor 1 1 Che Ba Corn 1 1 / T 1 1 11 1

'86 Class 1 Pretzel 4ChiP5 / / /
11 1 1
u .
Twist 1 .+ ,, /
Parents of members of the Class of
1986 are invited to attend a meetingto
plan an after-graduation party for
the class members at 7:30: p.m., /
Tuesday, May 22, at the Board 1 1
Room, Santa Fe Junior College, I 1 /
Starke Center.If / PLANTERS SNACKS LOBOY JR.THICKWALL. / 1 t ENTIRE STOCK I PANAMA JACKMEDALLION
you are unable to attend, but 1 I II CLEANSER 1 1 E CHEEZ BALLS, CNEEZ 1 1 I / E FOAM / r FOSTER GRANTSUNGLASSES 1 1 e e e OIL 8OZ.WtOl 1
would like to help, please call one of / 14CZ.CoiM CURLS, CORN CHIPS 1 ICE CHEST 28-QT 1 1 FREE ALOE LOTION /
the following after 6 p.m.: Betty Sue Good to 3/17185/ or PRETZELS limit 4 1 Coupon Good Thn 5 5//B5/ / 1 Reg. 7.00 to 18.00 1 B-OZ. WORTH 4.99 1
Denmark,964-S367, Jane Watson, "am Good Its 5/11/85/ / turn iooo %i 5P746/' r v Thi /86/

964-5226, Linda Gillingham, 964-5787,
Virginia Johns, 9645529. "

Patio Party Given ;:. 1' r- ,
--

For Sheryl Brady J ; @ I J

And Troy ElyA F LEXNU

patio party was held Saturday, 0
April 19 from 8-10 p.m. honoring Troy I
Ely and Sheryl Brady whose wed-
ding will be in June. The party was / C LII LNttuul/ I
given by Carol Hardin, Alan Mon- Y 1'/i +
tgomery, Margaret Smith, Donald .
Reddish, Ricky Johns, Cindy and 0' I
Scott Roberts, Tammy and Wade IS oz. Rina-
Winkler, at the Winkler home on .;
East Call St. YpNq.:'
A planted ceramic frog 1---
centered the green food table which was 3 FOR PALMOLIVE GOLD HEX SHAMPOO or 2 FOR REVLON OEP ALBERTO STYLE
covered with a light green linen / '.750Z8A' : NAIL ENAMEL PUMP HAIR CARE PRODUCTS
1 0 0 1.00 1.99 Z.9
cloth. Oil lamps accednted each end Choice of colors a-oz. 6 TYPES
of the table. HAIR SPRAY 8-OZ. L
The bride and groom-to-be were -
presented with an ice bucket and
four matching glasses.
Among the 65 guests were the Antifungal t
parents of the honorees, Mr. and CREAM
Mrs. G. K. Ely and Mr. and Mrs. ,!.
[3AlrrvSIALG7 pP _
James Brady. CURES ATHLETE'S F'' NEOSPORIN' ?

Tart Fleet Weds' EXTRA-STRENGTH b .R...o.--litvM.flurn nfl ft Mchu D. se /eJ :,'::; /au.rr rrixIN.n ., ep / Q(. /
'.-..- .' ''" -
YLEN :=::: =:;: '::
Richard Flynn Mar 25 ...'r -.-. +HS
Desenex ........, '
--
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Fleet of acetaminophen CAPLETS .
Anderson, Indiana announce the titii ,relief, contains no aspirin, sne NEOSPORIN-
wedding of their daughter, Tari __ Ciplels" SOOmyeach $pfaY :,-.:.-.r:. ;,,':;'. -_' "Y r
Anne, to Richard Keith Flynn,son of ,
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Flynn of _L J

Starke. := _
They were married March 25 at the
brldgroom's parent's home at EKTRA STRENGTH DESENEX ANTIFUNCAL NEOSPORIN AIM TOOTHPASTE 3 FOR STANDARD SIZE

Kingsley Lake. 7 9 9 TYlENOL 2 97 CREAM .9-OZ. or 2 39 OINTMENT 1 27 6.4-OZ. 99 CANDY BARS
The bride is a graduate of Highland 175 CAPLETS SPRAY 27OZ. V.-OZ. REGULAR or MINT Rej. 42' eacb
High School in Anderson Indiana. Limit 2 Limit 2 Limit 2 Selection may vary
The groom is a graduate of Bradford
High School and is employed at
Gilman Paper Co

Auction, Car Wash, /
1 I iM1'NAyl' 9
'r
Country Store May 10 TIRE CORDREINFORCE + Iii-I

Faith Christian Academy anc ; _
Youth will be having an Auction-
Car Wash--Country Store-Bale / -
Sale,all on Saturday,May 10 from 11)
a.m. until. :1 +Y
r : :,
This extravaganza event will beheld i A '
at the Faith Tabernacle on Hwj FULL WARRANTY a
26 in Melrose. Refreshments will tx AND UNCONDITIONAL

available. ? GUARANTEE li"III'I,',!I h, ",I'
Beta Phi
Sigma
2 FOR
Celebrates Founders DIAIIW SPINCAST Y" I 50' 2 PAIR ZORRIES SANDALS SOLO PLASTIC FLAVOR ROAST
Day REEL S. ROD MEN'S, LADIES' 79t PARTY CUPS 3.00 DRY ROASTEDCOMBINATION
The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held 4_g9REINFORCED 1 _00 or CHILDREN'S 16-OZ. PEANUTS 160Z.
its annual Founders Day Banquet on #DSBO Reg. 1199 #1511 Reg.
Tuesday, Apr. 29 at the Ironwood
Golf & Country Club in Gainesville. o
The Xi Iota Delta Chapter from 99'1)

Starke along with chapters from gP ) -
\ "
Keystone Heights were present. I" tar
The members enjoyed an eveningof
dinner, awards and a skit, paying -
tribute to "America the Beautiful". '
Chapter member Brenda Thomas ( )
wrote a poem entitled "Only in '\....
America" and also wrote-a poem 0 ii I 1 '
about each member In the Starke e A C \ FIPSTODISC
Chapter. A very enjoyable eveningwas [iJ D D PROCESSED
had by all. -<<"I2J \ .....-I FREE
OtJO: tjN '- wIth CamoraPuch.
KLPOA Directors _. 8 75 ..Iu'.i.
D D
Will Meet Monday -- -
UP TO NOME HEEDEATER 10" AUDIO CASSETTE SANYO PORTABLE Ap KODAK
Directors of the Kingsley Lake o FURNISHINGS 2497WEEDER/TRIMMER 99 C 60MIN. 3-PflCK 3999wltb CASSETTE f 1 AI DISC CAMERA
75 HEADPHONES y. dY4100Re9.49.99
Property Owners Association will 0 Reg. 2.47 to 49. 7 Reg. 1.69
meet at the Civic Center Monday OFF Selection vanes by sl e. #409' #MG-41 Reg. 54.99
May 12, at 7 p.m. All members are
urged to Attend. .
Community NewsBy Sale Prices Good Thru Saturday, May 17th. When you're serious

Elizabeth G. Walker See the Yellow Pages for the Eckerd nearest you. about 35mm

Phone 984-6683 b Learn more about Wt resene the right to limit quantities.
A. L. Campbell Lodge 708 of Starke the Floridaprescribing All manufacturers' rebates art limited to one per customer.'j
new '
will sponsor a fish fry on May 10 at
DeSue 923 N. Pine St., Beginning at law WI II'IJIIJMoney! !

12 All noon.donations will be contributed that allows pharmacists to [... Sell I IM Orders PHOTO PROCESSING

toward the lodge building fund. The certain medi EXCLUSIVELY AT ECKERD
community's support is needed in prescribe

this project.For cations. Ask your Eckerd {
further information, you may J I
contact B. P. Johnson, 9648605. Pharmacist for a free o -

.- 1m.. brochure on our Improved Gdi.J -
STARKECHURCH pharmacy service and what

OF GOD It means to you. i B
422 N. St. Clair 964.5445 .' 1 -. .
U..l1. -
Walter F. Mont:, Pastor To an Eckerd Phnofhing's 'jay I"lV
We Invite you to worship with us.
Important
Atttnftd MinifySwdtySchwl more 30% LARGER PRINTS

,. . . .. .. 10m than your health. SLEEVED NEGATIVES
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520.77 OO1800-000-3 (69.99 0091900300 OU 93- -00000 I
R C JR LAGRUA J J 001987-OOO-1 30.44. 002592-000-3 .UT.49
:3 BOX 347 RT 4 BOX 1277 GRIFFIS DANIEL J C JAMES A WILKERSON WESLEY O
is hereby given that on the 30th day of May, 1986, beginningat FL 32091 STARKE FL 32091 PO BOX 61 1204 NEVA STJACKSONVILLE v

65 Z1 04 TS 21 GRAHAM FL 32042 FL 32209COM'ON"
12 Noon at the courthouse in Starke, County of Bradford State of 3 OF' UNRECO SO SLS UNIT 3 LOT 13 BREAMWOOO LK VIE AS 21 TS 21
DISC OR 214 COM AT SW COR OP Sul/4 LINE OF ST AD 125 C
MCRAE SID ON CROSBY LAKE 207 OP
Florida tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described /. N 155.51' TO P08 CONT N W LINE OP SIl/. OF SEl/. RON

-00400 '00832- -00617 134.71'. E 383.17' TO WLY R/M E ON RO 243' FOR FOB N 1801
land to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set opporite the same -'" 17.21 001801-000-1 (209.96 I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEC TAX ROLLS ,

together with all of such sale and all THOMAS P C FRANCES HARRIS ROBERT t
costs advertising SW 92NO LANE RT 4 BOX 1279 00927- -00202 0119600100
FL 32601 STARKE FL 32091 002006-000-2 (39.17 00239'-OOO-7 (184.31
Esther S. Hall Tax Collector 65 21 04 TS 21 MERES IRVING T t CHARLINE 0 ADMIN FMHAP
AT INT S LINE NEl/4 C N LOTS 17 "' 18 OF BREAMHOOO 411 REDGRAVE ST O BOX 1260GAINESVILLE

Bradford County.. Florida LINE SCL RR w ON S LINE LAKEVIEW STARKE FL 32091 FL 32602

> TO PCB CONT W 047521 22 TS 21 143522. ,
>Jlo000JO 0034900000 00541- -01400" FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL COM AT NM COP OF SW OF NE E COM NW COR OF SEl/4 OP SCIS /*
14-000- 201.70 000992-000-7 HX (.. .56 000953-000-9 (.. 0083200701 339 TO POB S 550 TO N RW OF 29* ,8 25' FOR POB, E 210' ,
nYt S N G MRS BARNES C MONROEP JEWETT RONALD B & 001803-000-3 776.21 SR IB E ON SR 18 129 N 93O S 210M 210'N 210' TO P08 C

/IMG' .' HAVES JR O BOX 83 RT 1 BOX 222 (160.15 SOUO MARY ANN (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEC TAX ROLLI
BOX BROOKER
179 32622
RAIFORO FL 32083 POBOX 790
THOMAS F C FRANCES M
i \muA FL 32615 09 7S 20
33 9S 21 SW 92NO LANE STARKE FL 32091 O0927- -00400 01231- -00000
: 'S 19 BEG SW COR NW1OF SHl/4( LOT 14 WHISPERING PINES FL 32601 04 TS 22 002009-000-0 HX 75.55 002 65-000-0 .3....*
1' : nF Swl4n.oo NLY 20B.79* ELY 295.11' t SLY 1 65 21 LOTS 1-14 EX LOT 9-A OF MCKINNEY JAMES A t SADIE J KIRKLAND CHARLES C BARBARA

AC 214.28'. WLY 299.21' TO POll 22 OF UNRECO PLAT AS DESC BREAMWOOO POINT LAKE VIEW STAR R,11 BOX 148 RT 4 BOX 344.

',0- -00000 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 00941- -01500 162-77 AN UNRECD S/0 HAMPTON FL 32044. CAIRO GA 31728

000954-000-9 ( SUB SAMPSON CITY 22 TS 21 16 *5 22 '
116-000-1 340.26 00379- -00000 JEMETT RONALD B C W 433.12' OP SEl/. OF NEl/. COM AT se COR OF LOT 2B FOR
.Y S N G MRS 000993-000-8 HX 189.39 RT 1 BOX 222 O0839- -00000 10.00 AC POB.N 43TtM14l.4S' TO ELY
'j< "'i HAYES JR HCCAVI9 DONALD F C SHERRY A RAIFORO FL 32083 001807-000-7 81.97 SUB HARRISON BOUND OF GR RD.S .3 ..95'.1I
,
OX 179 P 0 BOX 82 r SOUD FURTHER LEGAL SEC TAX ROLL
33 55 21 MARY ANN I FOR
1 "UA FL 32615 BROOKER FL
32622 LOT 19 WHISPERING PINES PO BOX 790 0092901300
19 15 7S 20 1 STAkKe FL 32091 002021-000-2 168.96 01231- -00100
., IOP NBl/4. E OF BRANCH Nl/2 OF SW1/4 OF NW1ALL SUB ROLLING ACRES ',...',, 04 TS 21 CRAWFORD KENNETH e C JEWELL E 002666-000-6 (357.19
'SIX _21 C sel/... OF NEl .. NM1/4 OF Ni.l/4. S OF RO
/ L'S .1 THAT PORT OF NW1/4 LYING S OF STAR RT 1 BOX 129 KIRKLANO CHARLES W 4 BARBARA A
IF Set/' "40.00 AC ,
00"1- -04501" t. SR-225 C N OF SAMPSON CREEKOF HAMPTON FL 32044. PO BOX 27
) AC 001007-000-9 ( tor,; RR EX R/W CESC IN OR 23 TS 21 CLIMAX GA 31734
00381 -00000 JARVIS BILLY J C JANIE P FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL I LOT 13 OF HAARISON SID EX E 16 55 Zl
i.- -OOOOO HOOO991-000-1 73.82 RT' 1 SOX 162 26.04 AC 10' LOTS 29,26,27,28 EX N 225' OF
,-000-9 156.36 MCCAVI SGNALD F RAIFOR1 FL 32083 SUB NEW HAMPTON BCH LOTS 26.27. 28 & EX LAND C OP
.68 MARTHA P O 8B2 34521LOT 00837- -00100 GR RO DISC IN OR 94-49

A 116 BROOKE FL 32622 46 C El/2 OF LOT .45 001810-000-0 36.43 00940-A-03600 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL
,A FL 32615I 16 7S 20 ROLLING ACRESSO AS DESC OR -.. SOUD MARY ANN 0020T9000.668.6.. 17.16 AC
19 THAT PORTION OF NE1/4 Of 209 961 r' '" PO BOX T90 OURRANCE R V
.- /- OF NEl/4. A Of BRCH NE1/4 S OF RD 18 i I
2.80 AC OR BK 0205 STARKE FL 32091 864 N TEMPLE
/' H.Y S NEl/4. OF MM 1/4 N 36.00 AC I I O4 75 21 STARKE FLA 01255- -00000

., SUB MANN T J UNRECO -00001 COM AT NU COR SEC 4 RUN S 32091 002710-000-9 8224.28
>I.. 'J AC '- 369.60 3130FOR POB S66-E 2375 21 CRAMFORO A C ET AL
't.)* I HAVEN 00382- -009 0 J O JR C VERNIE P 703.67N43E 188.89'S46E. LOT 36 OF NEW HAMPTON BCH SID RT 1 BOX 502
000604-000-8" (74.54 BOX 517 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL I LAWTEV FL 32058
.1- -OOOOO STOKES LARRY E C NETTLE M FL 32091 9.15 AC 18 55 22
,7-030-4 (133.99 RT 1 BOX 295-5 75 21 00940-A-04100 LOTS 6,11 WOODLAWN EX R/W CX

i MRSHAVES BROOKER FL 32622 OF SEC E OF LAKE W OF RR 0083 T- -00200 002084-000-0" 182.44 2-A IN IW COR OF SW4 OP NE4
J JP 16 TS 20 OF NW4 417.5. N' S BY
OF SAMPSON ROWELL CANAL 001811-000-6 92.29 COLEMAN STEVEN E C ANITA M
IA 179 PARC 9 HAN-IS UNRECO PLAT AS HARRIS JAMES t PAULINERT 1935 LOR1ENT OR IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEC TAX ROLL
'A FL 32615I OESC OR 218 99 -00100 4 BOX 1308 JACKSONVILLE FL 32210 17.00 AC

I 1'/ 1.3d AC (827.88 STARKE FL 32091 23 7S 21
<, \fl/'" H OF CO OS RD C SUB CORLOTTA MARY ANN 04 TS 21 LCT 41 OF NEW HAMPTON BEACH 01255- -00100

Jr NWl/4 BOX 790 CON AT INT NLY R/W SCL RR tSHLV 5/0 002711-000-5 825.66
) AC30100 0062600500 CRAWFORD A e 4 JERRIE
00397-H-00309: VAT
FL 32091 R/W GSiF RR N 476 W ON
000641-000-0 26.40 001165-000-7 ( 75 21 GSCF RR 1904.91 TO NLY R/W 00958- -OOOCTO 1 BOX 502

STOKES AARON 0 RAULERSCN LOUISE FOR N OR W OF RR R/W EX ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL| 002109-000-4. 29.17 LAwTEY FL 32058
RT .2 BOX 1319 18 55 22
.00-9 719
HX O6.89 h MAIN ST
KLONOES BILL
FOR N OF CANAL C EX THAT 4.09 AC
,MI ,lei A A NO. 217 STARKE FLA IN DEER FOOT TRAIL ALSO STAR RT 1 BOX 53 COM AT SE COR OF LOT 11 wLY
I R 559i. LAKE BUTLER FL 32091 162' POB CONT W 129'
32094 ( FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL| 0083100201 HAMPTON FL 32044 N AT RT
i. IlL E.t FL J2054T 17 rs 20 01 65 21 001812-000-2 (36.93 24 TS 21 AND TO S LINE 337.67 E 129'
LOTS 3 1 4 OF BLK 8 COPLLOTTA W 165' .CF E 331.48. OF /. -00000 WASHBURN RAY L BEG 8941/2' S OF NE COR OF 'IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL

'r '(E COR OF SEl/4 JF UMT 1SUB OF SWIEXCEP7 THE NLY 52d (194.33 RT 4 BOX 1308 NEl/.. OF SEl/.. RUN S 200', W
.. TO ELY R/W SR 239 FOR SAUTE FC ACRES 3.00 AC MARY ANN STARKE FL 32091 TO ST RO 200 N ALONG RO R/W 01272- -00000 '

:ea. 7l' E 208.71' N BOX 790 04 TS 21 I IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 002735-000-9( 8114.41
''Jl'TrHER LEGAL SEE TU ROLL 00419- -00300 0066300000 E FL 32091 COM AT INT NLY RW SCL RR K 7.10 AC SMITH PAUL L 4 SALLIE B

000690-000-/ (.115.90R 001225-000-1 (... 7S 21 SWLY RW GSCF RR N47W ON SWLY SUB HAMPTON STREET UNRECO 2509 WILDER ST

1- -OOIOO EY EDGAR 3 DOOO MM 0 I EllCISC T PORT N C W OF RR R/n t RW 1904.91 TO NLY RW RD CHATTANOOGA TN 37406
-jOO-6 (329.04 116 S04RENTO CIR 1211 BRAOFORO ST STRIP ON N SIDE OF RR R/W IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL I 00976- -00000 19 5522
"HOY 4 MARY WINTER PARK COM AT THE NE COR OF
L FL 32192 ] 0021111000.111.71 LOT 19
STARKE FL 32091 ESC OR 180-587 EX PORT IN
'HILTON 18 7S S90W 470.1 TO THE POB
ST 20 CONT
O0838- -00000 FENTON DAVID L
FURTHER
09 6S 21 LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI
.VILL6 FL 32209 PAR Des OR 191-304 BEING LOT 001813-000-8 1009.22 PO BOX 109 S9W 156.1' W 1127.51' TO
El/2 OF NEl/4
) 3 OF UN-REC3 PLAT CF SANTA FE SOUO MARY ANN HAMPTON FL 32044 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROIL
,=l/4. OF SEl/. i _LY ACRES 80.00 AC -00101 PO BOX 190 25 7S 21 4.20 AC

IF SEl/.. OF NE1/4 S OF 00675- -00000 834.50 STARKE FL 32091 COM 21'.3'W OF NE COR OF

cx CEM IN S4 COR 03419OUOO 001291-000-2 ( MARY ANN 04 TS 21 /. OF NMl/4 S162.4 FOR

> f "ER LEGAL SEE TAX HOLL 000697-000-1 .2......9.U 0000 MM 0 C ELLOISE T BOX 790 BEG AT E LINE OF SEC. C NLY POB CONT S12T.4'U. PAR TO N 002790-000-9 0130200100
"
.C MIRE JEAN tHUNTER 1211 BRADFORD ST FL 32091 R/W OF SCL RR NWLY ON N R/W FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL PADGETT ROY (ign.*A
75 21 0 4 THELMA
RUTH L.
STAkKE FL 32091 2204.96 TO E R/W SR RT 2, BOX
)0300 4400' Sri 20TH AVE 6 141" 1.2.3,4,22,23 C 32 OF IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI 1 743STARKC
10 65 21
3J-0 PSON LAKE VILLAS 0098300300 FL 32091
(39o.OT GAINESVILLE FL 32608
OF SE1/4 OF NHl/4 & 49.33 AC 21
NM1/4 SS
22
002180-000-O (366.33
''IIEV
W fi PATRICIA A 18 7S 20
PARC OESC OR 178-296 BEING Nl/2 OF NMl/4 -00105 GANSTINE LARRY A PARC AS OESC IN OR BOOK 299-22
.' 113e'TLER LOT 11 Of JN-RECO PLAT SANTA 90.00 AC -'] 190.80 0083800100 P 0 BOX 1567TALLAHASSEE B.43 AC

I, "< PL 32054 re ACRES KAREN L & CAMELLIA A 001814-000-4 .H'.78 FL 32302
,1 1 '.'2 AC 0068300100 FOURAKER RO SOUD MARY ANN 25 TS 21
-IIGGINS S/0 OESC OR 001269-000-1 ( VILLE FL 32210 PO BOX 790 LOT 3 LAKE HAMPTON OAKS 01345- -00000
UPCHURCH JACK C PHYLLIS 7S 21 STARKE FL 32091 SUB LAKE HAMPTON OAKS REPLAT 002868-000-6
-C RT 2 BOX 248. 5 OF LAKE SAMPSON VILLAS O4 TS 21 BENNETT 0 KeD T 'U.B8CD
GLEN ST MARY FL 32040. OR 173-69 COM AT INT OF N R/w OF SCL RR 0103100000 0 P BENNETT LE

_JJO 10 6S 21 18 LINE OF SEC .4 N 1242 TO 002296-000-3 (105.26 RT t BOX 788
i- 1.74-2 39.23; Coil AT NC COR OF SE1/4 OF -001 H WAT EDGE SAMPSON LK FOR POB GRIFFIS JAMES A ET AL LAWTEY FL 32038
'I. <. CLARA J Sfil/4 S 32.51'. W 179.79 (19 .37 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX AOLL'OOUB PO BOX 61 23 55 22

.. ...UNGTON AVE i SNLV 220.69 S 71* k ROBERT L t LULA 0 GRAHAM FL 32042 THE S 131.5' OF N '81."* OF
.C 28901 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX BOX 1148 -00200 29 75 21NW1 EI/2 40F NEl/. OF NW1/4 OF

J .S FL. 32211 001815-000-0 138.60 /.. OF SW1/4 EX 9 A IN SW /
,1 i ". LOR OF NW 1/. QF 1 7S 21 SAMPSON LAKE FARM. INC COR SUB TOWN OF LAWTey W OF RR

16<),111' TO NELY BOY l"C' 14. OF LAKE SAMPSON VILLAS PO BOX 790 35.00 AC ,_, .

i x-'-1 J,) N 'bOW 1039.96 OR 172-431 STARKE. FL 32091 .. ---. -
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HARPS LUTHER 0 NCLAN WEIL0 192.31 RIVER 0103400200
1UL< 597" t MARY A 5220 LONA RD RT 2 BOX 1385STAHKE ROBERT L C LULA 0 44.00. AC 002302-000-0 (418.13. 0136900000

'TLER VULEE FL 32097 FL 32091 11748 HARTLEIN JERRY A 002896-000-9 (284.67
.0 FL 32054 13 9S 21 12 65 21 FL 32210 0083900000 P 0 BOX 128 OGLESBV MICHAEL L 4 TERESA f>

77 BEG AT NW COR OF SE1/4 OF El/2 OF NMl/4 S C W OF SR 21 O01817-000-2 91.47. GRAHAM FL 32042 RT 1 BOX 1298
11' CCR CP SEC RUN W ME1/4 S 431.69'f E 917.33' N EX BEG AT INT to LINE El/2 OF 15 CF LAKE SAMPSON VILLAS HARRIS JAMES C PAULINE 29 75 21 LAWTEV FL 32058

'.> /LY,5 717.70FOR P08.S 330.74', it 917.33 TO P09 /.. C SLY RM SR 229 SELY OR 172-494. I GERTRUDE HARRIS SCI/4 OF SW1/4. OF WLY RW CF 23 SS 22
r 6.91 AC IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RT 4 BOX 1308 OLD T I J RR BLK 5 IN TOWN OF LAWTEY W OF
IER
ir LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL) .46.97 AC OR UK 0223 PG -00124 STARKE FL 32091 20.25 AC OR BK 0230 PG 0348 RY EX 1 LCT IN SE COR BEING
0"4Tl00'00 1-000-8 104.51. 04 75 21 SUB STARLING UNRECD 200'E 4 W BY 139'N'$ C EX BEG

000806-000-8 132.30 0071300200 JEFFREY E S ELAINE H LOT 2 OF BLK 17 IN SAMPSON IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL
-' ),JIJI5 EVANS ROOERT J G GLENDA E 001310-OOO-0 ( 80X 1272 CITY EX 51/2 01050- -00000
'- 11.93 RT 1 BOX 426 MORGAN HARMON JR FL 32091 002338-000-1 0136900200

.t'lEVIBVE E LAUTEY FL 32058 12375 at AVE N 21 O0839- -00100 HARTLEIN JERRY (1,389.23 002898-000-1 322.00
L
I .LIFF :OHCH 24. 55 21 SEMINOLE FL 33442 LAKe SAMPSON VILLAS AS 001818-000-8 (173.86 P 0 BOX 128 STALVEY CHARLES A 4 MARY P

COM INT OF ELY LINE OF SEC 24 13 65 21 OR 183-68 HARRIS JAMES GRAHAM FL 32042 BOX KLAWTEV
CA C NLV R/H SR 229 RUN SwLV BEG AT SE COR CF SMI/4 OF TRAIL RT 4 BOX 1308 32 7S 21 FL 32058

"o., ALONG R/" 33B.O9'TO POll CONT /.. N 976' M 9J6'. S 916' STARKE FL 32091 NEl/.. OF NMl/4 t Sl/2 OF 23 55 22
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL E 938 TO FOB 110 AC PARC -00201 04. TS 21 NWl/4 OF NW1/4 I BEG AT INT SLY RW SR-223 C W
> 3/1/8 INT TO MIN" 13.32 AC IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX >-000-7 (1,781.19 S1/2 OF LOT 2 BLK 17 SAMPSON Ncl/4 H OF HWY 229 NW1OF EX LINE BLK 5 S71*>E 173.9' $18W
SE1/4 OF Swl/. OESC BEG AT 150 N71-U
27.45 AC MARY ANN CITY I '' 349 IN THE PUBLIC 0047900100" SUO WILLIAMS UNRECO 790 ,?(.75 AC LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEe TAX ROLL
J' HER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 000813000.362.55 FL 32091 O0849-. -00000

'JIVER NORMAN L M JR C SANDRA 007,..- -00500 21 001831-000-6 214.62 ,. .Hilt 01378- -00000

RT 2 BOX 2160 001399-000-4 (' 1 2 9 6 18 22 23 25 29 SOUD MARY ANN 0110500202 002909-000-6 (131.65
-001 00 STARKE FL 32091 KELLEY ROBERT L t PATRICIA 0 36 OF DEERFOOT TRAIL PO BOX 790 002419-000-7 27.99 MARTIN CLIFFORD RPT
000-3 10.23 23 5S 21 RT 4 BOX .423 4, 24 STARKE FL 32091 TAYLOR M HAT 1 BOX 90LAWTEY
IPMA F 1-A 210' Si) IN NW COR OF E STAHKE FL 32091 05 TS 21 1 BOX .467LAPTEV FL 32058
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-Lre FL 33934 S OF ST RO 229 CCM AT NE COR OF SEC. S ..- (178.28 103-68 PARCEL '6 EX THAT PORT 01 5S 22 j, 100' OF LOT 5 BLK T IN

1424.19 TO NLY R/W SR 100 RICHARD L t S OF SAMPSON CREEK E 160' OF tjT7 OF- LOT 2 t LAWTEY H OF RR
I F 3 LOCK 10 Of NEW 00477- -00200 N78H OM R/W 486.34 TO FOB, 73. 95 AC SLY 10a'.oRAtjEI/ OFJSAME TO 1

000822000588.78 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX PINEHURST DR SEC LINE
OURRANCE R V t BEVERLYN 13.50 AC FL 32218 4UB WOODLAWN 01406- -00000
-00000 TEMPLE AVE SUB CROSBY LAKE INLET 21 00861 -00600 0029370009ROBERTS U88.n
)0-1 20.37 STARKE FL 32091 OEERFOOT TRAIL AS OESC O01849-000-9" $49.94 EOWARO
""""AS EST 25 55 21 THOMPSON JOHN C I DCLLY :411500400 RT 1 BOX 832

.' RAVSOR Nril/4 OF Nol/.. H OF SR 16 C S 00798 -00100 PO BOX 313 002440-000-2. (981.94 STARKE FL 32091
1'It} OF SR 229 001919-000-2 ( -00230 HAMPTON FL 32044 CRIBBS JULIAN 0 I DEBORAH L 23 55 22

""DALE FLAil 4.00 AC SAPP ROBERT C -' (362.34 l3-7-21 9906 fRAZIER RD LOT 2 BLK 16 4 C 130' OF LOT
1 1698 BROCKETT RD E 0 COM AT Nri COR OF NEl/. OF JACKSONVILLE FL.32216 4 3 4 S 10' OF E 130' OP LOT. I
.) 00478. 0000, TUCKER GA 3008. ISri GRANT RD S NEl/4 S 137.72' TO S RW SR 229 10 9S 22 >\ BLK 16 IN LAWTEY W OP RY
r ,6 :F ELK IS IN TON 000924-000-6 139.50 :24 65 21 FL 32210 S77.E ON S RW 436.34 TO PQ8 Sl/2 CF LOT J9. J" ,_ J
,
I loR NORMAN L M JR & SANDRA S LCT 1 CF BLK 21 CROSay LAKE 21 I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAi ROLL 9.00 AC I

RT 2 BOX 2160 SHORES 31 I 32 DEERFOOT TRAIL '-00 AC OR BK 0208 pro 046 01422- -OOZ 00
..1'HOO4 STARK FL 32091 OR Z15 163 OUI TI'OOOOO00ol4..0006 002953-000-5 206.90

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2JO-A RW SR 225. N79.E ON S RW 118' SAPP ROBERT C C AGNES P -00331 JOHNS LESTER C DIANE PO BOX M JACKSONVILLE FL 3222O-172 '
f-L 32622 TO ELY RM SR 16 L POB S30-6 ON 1698 BROCKETT RO 716.27 RT 4 BOX 1200 LAWTEY FL 32058 23 55 22

I IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL TUCKER GA 30084 ANN STARKE FL 32091 10 55 22 W 100' OF LOTS 946 BLK 22 IN
'.. :iR sec E 1284.09 6.42 AC 24 06 21 190 11 7S 21 1 LOT IN NE COP CF LOT 17 LAWTEY M OF RV

'. 3.1AD S5'M ON C/L LOTS 2 t 3 OF eLK 21 CROSBY FL 32091 COM AT NEl/... OF NW1/4 W 230' BEING 361."' SQ IN WOOOLAWN
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1 POB CaNT S5'. ON LAKE SHORES 21 TO POB CONT W 100' S EX S 100 01431- -00000
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Ie 000843-000-0" (977.22 00304- -02500 I UNRfCD PLAT / FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLO0874 01130 -00200 OGLESBV MICHAEL L 4 TERESA J
OURRANCE R V C dEVERLY
RT '! BOX 12 8LAWTEV
002463-000-0 109.04
.
001550-000-8
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THOMAS A Jill' M A -00100 RUNINER ROGUE A C KATHY L FL 32098
JO-3
STARKE FL 32091 -
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.'NEvlEVE S 26 9S 21 PO BOX 1062JACKSONVILLE U T.08
ANN JOHNS LESTER L TAMPA FL 32616 LOTS 3 C 4 OP HALF ILK 1 IN '
Fl 32201
.reL IFF OR Sl/2 CF NEl /. OF NEl/. EX IATO 790
RT 4 W OF
BOX RV
ICI 25 65 21 1200 UJSZZ LfAMTEV .
CHURCl wHICH LIES N OF RO FL 32091
STARKE FL 32091 Ml/4 OF LOTS 33 138 OFWOOOLAMN
LOT 25 E NLY 25* OF LOT 24LAX
CA 16 C S CF SR 225 LESS .'0 AC 21 11 TS 21 SD 01462- -00000
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL EWOOO 7 8
12 15 16 20 22 BEG 330 W OF NE COR OF NEl/4 5.00 AC 002999-000-1 292.32
20.90 AC POINT UNRECD SO OF NW 1/... CONT W 200' 5 OEPO INVESTMENTS INC
3/128 INT IN THE "'
POINT 964.31 e 1389 CASSAT
., I' 00805- -00210 170.14. N 133.74' 0113102400 AVE
N/tfl/4
OF
.7 > NE1/4 00493OOOOO 001588-000-1 .T....... IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 1 002489-000-6( (117.29 JACKSONVILLE FL 32201
r tj 449 OF PUBLIC O0419
I-B 000846-000-a" (47.42. EDWARDS NORMA G 2.51 AC THOMPSON RUTH S 24 5$ 22
LEGAL HI TA* ROLL (1B7.99 LOT 1 EX W
CANNON NADINE 2441 BROMNMOOO RO 3930 TABERNACLE LANE 1434.2.LOT 2 EX
6399 9AONU OR JACKSONVILLE FL 32207 MILES C 00901- -07600 JACKSONVILLE FL 32205 R/M 4 EX PORTION E OF OLD
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Mother's Day May 3rd An Expression of Love and ReverenceOn





the second Sunday in May, mother's death, Anna Jarvis had Soon the idea of observing grams, as Miss Jarvis wished it tobe bought Mother's Day gifts, totalingmore

mothers are the center of attentionand asked the chruch in Grafton,W.V. to Mother's Day spread through our the scope of the observance was than $875 million.In .

being human,of course they enjoy arrange 'Mother's Day' service to country In 1910 the governor of West broadened to include demonstrations her vigorous struggle to keep

t.This. MOTHER'S honor Mrs Jarvis. This was carriedout Virgina issued the first Mother's of affection by sending gifts, Mother's Day free from commer-

American holiday has been with fitting ceremonies. Day proclamation; Oklahoma writing letters and making visits. cialism,,Anna Jarvis became more

observed nationally since 1914, when That Sunday carnations (her followed suit and in 1912 Governor With this widespread celebration, bitter with the years, at her death in

President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed mother's favorite flower), furnishedby Hay of Washington, asked his peopleto commercialism began to play its 1944 she was penniless and blind.

the day as "a public expres- Miss Jarvis, were given to thosein attend church, to visit or write part; and Miss Jarvis was dismayedat Although Mother's Day has prov-

sion of our love and reverence for DAY attendance' their mothers on this! holiday. this turn of events. She disliked ed its worth and is good thing, both

the mothers of our country." ) At first only white flowers were the advertisements stressing the for mothers and children, if Anna

However, this idea of honoring worn, later these became symbolicof Although the celebration at first giving of presents. As early as 1961 it Jarvis were alive today, might think

mothers was not new,in fact, it goes mothers who had died. Then the was carried out by church pro- js said more than 55 million families she had created a monster?

back to antiquity. According to an- custom arose of wearing red carna-

cient mythology, a yearly spring tions for living mothers.

festival was dedicated to Rhea (wife daughter of a minister, taught
of the Titan Cronus) mother of the
classes in the Andrews Methodist
gods Jupiter, Pluto Neptune and the Church Sunday school for more than One Thirty Players... -

godesses, Vesta, Ceres, and Juno. twenty years. During that period, An after-school group of gifted cZ00ta0n00oooo4rJt, : COO> (!)OOOOO1' 0e0'AbB (
The Romans began her three-day her daughter had often heard her students from Bradford High and .---------

festival, the Hilaria, on the Ides of say that there should be an annual Bradford Middle School will present -

March. day honoring mothers. "Arsenic and Old Lace,' a

Early Christians set apart the When Anna's mother died, on May play in thiee acts. May 16 at the i

fourth Sunday before Easter to 9, 1905, Anna felt her loss deeply. Starke Woman's Club. A

honor Mary, the mother of Christ. Two years later on the second Sun- It will be a brown bag dinner 0B

Sometimes expensive presents were 'day in May,she Invited some friendsto theatre with freshly made sand- INTO

given to honor the Virgin and also her Philadelphia home and told wiches, chips, soda or iced tea and

many mothers received gifts from them of her plan to start a Mother's homemade desserts. Dinner startsat GT

their children. Day. She was much/ concerned 7:15: p.m.Tickets .

This became known as 'Mothering because too man adults neglectedtheir go on sale this week for

Sunday' and in England many tradi- mothers and did not appreciatethem $5, and may be purchased from any V

tions rew. Usually the oldest son until it was too late. She begana cast member, or call Director Peg

took his mother a special present, 'a campaign for a national observance Stanwix-Hay at the Vo-Tech

mothering cake' which was cut and of a day devoted to mothers. Center, 9646150. All profits will go 0Q

shared by the family. Sometimes a She wrote countless letter to peoplein to help support our county's youth 0

poem was written or. children at all walks of life. and you'll get a great evening's

tended to the household duties. On the third anmversar"' of her entertainment, says Mrs. Stanwix- JOR1ST 0

Anna M. Jarvis, born May I, 1864, Hay. 6 0

is given credit for the modern 0
American Mother's Day. Born in 0

West Virginia she never married but Life & Praise Ministries 0 0

cared for her blind sister. Anna's' 0

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and woman were created healthy, happy and in fellowship with WptERgED

K RegistrationSet God. Then one day Satan deceived Adam and Eve and caused them to PLUS 0

I doubt and disobey God's word. As a result they yielded themselves to ,. u

May 1211)Kindergarten Satan giving him authority over their lives as well as the earth. QC YOU GET J 0

registration is set Because of this they were driven from the Garden of Eden to be ALL THISI CllolPO"T. 6Me

the week of May 12-16 at all Bradford separated from the presence of God. It was then that disease, pain and o f'\,1Il-' "00 OMjKjpYB'A:: flnlYlw::165 0

County schools. sickness began destroying the health of man and man has battled them o f\.US- FM.LB .,. ,.,..,. Q
Students are eligible for ever since. However, the Word of God says that God the Father sent His f'\,1Il-' MVI"MO Df\AIINId'I' """" ..... 3

kindergarten if they are five years only begotten Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, to destroy the works of Satan 8 ..ooc:=;ALITT M .... 4 .oAprV: C..I'YWRB'.d O

old on or before September I, 1986. and once again unite man with Himself. As a result, man through Christ fs/.n* PEDU o Wet... .
To begin the Jesus would once again be able to experience the abundant life. Now that O ........ .-... -.-..."'- O
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parents must show proof of process birth., Jesus has paid our debt and suffered our penalty, God has declared us .UtCJ' Urw -...,..., Sir.caete .

Before registration is complete, the free.Through 8 Si'd.n.Tw61.TBd. $159 6O
following documents will! be required the shed blood of Christ we have received remission of sins
and by the stripes He bore on His back we were healed. (Isa. 53:4-5; Matt. C H.634.4.Irr66 0 ,
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1. Complete record of immunization 8:16-17: ; I Peter 2:24): Our salvation, healing and deliverance is complete O "' I.3HwRr 0 :

4 doses diptheria and we are free! The blood Christ shed has removed our sins and the
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cough,tetanus (DPT); 3 polio;
1 dose each measles, rubella, Even though the plan of redemption is a fact and is forever settled, ((2)

mumps. many of God's people go through Jife suffering with sickness and disease c 6O

2. Evidence of physical examination and many are very weak and oppressed. The main reason we see this picture I

showing that child is free from a in the lives of so many Christians is because of their lack of e .

contagious or communicable knowledge concerning the legal defeat of Satan (Hosea 4:6): ). As long as C MAIN STREET SLEEP SHOP O

disease completed within the last people don't know about Satan's defeat and their authority in Christ, he C

twelve (12) months. can operate unhindered. Jg 964.6887 417-A Edwards Road 964.6887 C
Sickness is of Satan formed the church the ,
Parents are urged to begin the a weapon against to destroy .
kindergarten registration processfor health of God's children Through the authority of Jesus Christ and faithin Blue Bldg. Across from Bradford Square, Starke j
the infallible word of God this g L
children who will be 5 years old weapon shall not prosper. God is no /

on or before September 1. If there respector of persons: Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever!

are any questions, please call Pastor Richard G. Norman Goc m6QooQQaQQQQQQQaQQoOQ OOO

Burney Winkler, director of cur- 964-4496 or 964-5733

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Six Bradford Tracksters Qualify for State Meet Set May 9



Six Bradford High, track per mile, and was on the fourth place was not feeling 100 percent, still suf- Corey Roberts was sixth in the meet with 55 points. Haines City was Don Sapp, Iva Jean and Henry Har f
formers are bound for the state meet qualifying mile relay team. Lori won fering the after-aifecls of the flu. But boys 400 meter dash in 50.11, a new second with 47 points. rell, Robert Thorpe, Coach Mike
In Orlando this Friday May 9, for the 880( run at 2 19.94, the top half she still managed a fourth place metric school record.The old recordwas Rlch/er was the clerk, Herbie Joe i
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I the Class 3A state championships mile gIrl' time coming into the qualifying time of 5:19.28: "by the 53.05 by Brad Russell set in 1984 The Starke Crew... Hildebran: Annie Williams\ Jeanie
Bradford's super soph Lori Sapp Class ' qualified in the half mile and the In the mile Sapp was fourth, butBradford's Edith Sapp. Other BUS Finishes.. panied Coach Loper, who was in Johnson was the backup starter.
Both Sapp's half mile and mile There were some other performances charge of running off the Region 2 Coach Loper said the meet went
times are new school records and which were good, says meet off almost without a hitch,and ended
the best she's ever run at the metric Coach Loper, Coach Jerry McGriff timed all the about 10:15pm
distance. In the girl's 400 meter relay teamof finishes with his small computer There was more help from the
..bMraMi The other indidividual qualifier is Terri Kittles, Angie Cohens, Kim which prints out each time. Other coaches of the 31 area schools, he
senior Lonnie Hamilton in the shot Adams, and Felicia Davis ran 52.88 Starke. helpers .included.':. Edith and points out. |
put. Hamilton was fourth with a and placed llth out of 16 schools. It
throw of SO'2'/4", the best he's ever was the best time the BUS run all
thrown Hamilton's shot throw is the "They have constantly -
A first 50-fceter since Tom Gardner's year.brought that time down," says
1965 record of 55'6"The Coach Loper.
t girl's mile relay team, or 1600 The boys 400 meter relay with
meters, of Angie Cohens, Kim Wesley Johnson, Darrin Patterson,
Adams, Felicia Davis, and Lori Corey Roberts, Herbie Cooper were
Sapp qua lied for the state with a over-all at 44.06 their best
eighth
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1\. fourth place finish of 4:10.23.: It was time all year.Freshman .
.1 the best time BUS has run this spr Christy Harrell in the fl nt

ing, and is a school record for the 3200 meters, or two mile run, placed
/ 1600 meter relay. 10th at 13:36.37.: "She did a super job
Cohens ran an opening split of 65.6. for a freshman," says Coach Loper.
!' Adams picked it up with a 63.9 second The boys 4 by 400 relay of Robert

leg. Felicia Davis ran a 60.9, Thorpe, Wesley Johnson, Herbie
., and Lori Sapp anchored with a Cooper, and Corey Roberts were
.., 60.7.The splits were the best the girls seventh overall in 330.71: their best
.. had run all year, and school recordsfor time of the season. The boys came in M

i i ..,,,. .:., t, metric distance. Terri Kittles is at 3:35: and knocked five seconds off, "
the alternate and will make the
-1 trip and set a new school record for the ," i Ywy ..
__ i'of to state 1600 meter relay. The old record was oryw tt
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The girls are peaking at the right ,,, ,, yg k
A a._ u./ 3:35,74: set in 1983. Thorpe, out q -
'- time, says Coach Loper. Of the 16 almost a month, ran 56.6, Johnsonran .... .!..," .... .' -'" '
.p. ...t. teams coming into state are from 52.9, Cooper 50.5, and Roberts .y- "I- ......t .II
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J. 4-flat Showalter .P
to 412.: The Field 50.5. Had Thorpe been healthy he'd
track in Winter Park-Orlando has a have hit 52 or 53, and the boys would

.r new $130,000 polyetherene surface have been going to state, says Coach >.....i
h which is extremely fast, and whichs Loper. .i,... ... t .
} rti generated 16 new records in Class 1A Herbie Cooper was 10th in the high '........,'..". ,:.::
and 2A. It was so fast all the at 6'0". The winner 6'10
jump was t -,,,'
jumpers, long, high, and triple, had then it went 6'8", 6'4". There are ki',:t '+
ti to adjust their steps because they eight kids over 7 feet in the state. y S .
were getting so much spring and The five new school records were

distance. set at region. "That's really fine, so
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"They were great, said Coach outstanding" points out the coach.
b ", George Loper. The Bradford High Some of these kids are coming back,
i girls ended up ninth out of 31 schools and they'll be strong, Loper points
J with 15 points. The BUS boys finished out.
;, 15th out of 31 schools with four ; piw
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n. points. "The meet was fantastic. I
"We had the strongest quality per couldn't be more proud of our kids I
formance representation of any of told them to 'Put your head up'. :
the four regions," says Coach They accomplished their personal
George Loper. The 31 schools mak objectives of running their very
ing up Region 2 make up the best.
strongest region, says the coach. "I fully expect the ones going to
the state will give their best perfor
r: Other Point Finishes... mances there. This super track will
Super Soph... Felicia Davis was sixth in the girls certainly lend itself to that." A Best Effort...

Sophomore Lori Sapp has the best time in he state in the half mile. 400 meter dash with a time of 60.47, a Lake Wales won the boys meet Senior Lonnie Hamilton threw the shot 50'2',4". his best effort ever in I,
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4 219.94, going into the 'lass 3A state championships Friday in Orlando.She personal best. The girls school with 59 points. Ocala Forest was se the Region Z track meet to place fourth and qualify for the stale cham-
also for the mile record is 58.7 by Pam Hawkins in cond at 49 points. pionship meet Coach
qualified run and anchor's the BIIS mile relay team Gainesville George Loper hopes Hamilton can add a foot to his
whirh also qualified. 1983. High won the girls throw and place at state


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;;};: Jff After just two days of spring foot- Coach Hurse. Wiggins is also play year at defensive end, looks good at
ball practice, Coach David Hurse ing rover back on defense. offensive guard this spring, Coach
said Wednesday, May 7, the return- Billy Harrell, a starting tackle last Hurse says.
ing lettermen are leading the way. year, is adjusting well to his shift to Tight end David Williams has
Coaches are working on the basic offensive center, and is still workingat mach improved his blocking./". ..... ,
y fundamentals, trying to get the defensive tackle. last year, the coach says.
players acquainted with the basic Gary Wise, returning starting Gene Powell is a returning
responsibilities of their positions.Both linebacker, is also working at offen- wideout and looks good. I
-2 the scarlet and gray teamsare sive guard and looking good.
working together so far. The Ron Brown, a starting defensiveend Non-Ieltermen working hard and
-- teams are made up of 9,10, and 11 and linebacker last season, is looking good, the coach says, include
./" 1 ,,, graders. The 8th graders, who will not practicing this spring becasue of Malachi Jenkins, Dane Clark, Reg- ,,
.be freshmen next year, are workingout an operation. gis Leverson, Eric Nazworth Greg
separately.It Letterman defensive back and Pittman, Darrin Patterson, Brian
wideout David Hamilton is not practicing Davis, Spencer Smith, Mike Cartino,
"""' "" will be a rebuilding year for the this spring due to a back in Roendy Mosley. These players, not
i veteran Coach Hurse, whose 1985 jury received in an automobile accident on the varsity last year, so far look
< ; football team posted an 11-1 record improved in practice. As practice
; and went all the way to the state Johnnie Clark and Robert Starl progresses the inexperienced
championship game before losing. ing, the two quarterback prospects, players will begin to show much im
All 57 varsity players expectedcame are looking good. Clark is a defen provement. Coach Hurse also ex
\ sat out for spring practice, Coach sive drop end and Starling is a pects the new players to improve as
1 5 Hurse says. Plus 47 eighth graders wideout; each is a good player and practice goes along.
., have come out so far with more ex will see action elsewhere when not at With only five starters returning I
..
.' pected."If quarterback, says Coach Hurse. from the 11-1 1985 squad, there will
; we can get all the good athletesin Mike Gray, primarily a defensive be plenty of places for newcomers to
I Girl's Mile Relay Team Qualifies for State... the eighth grade to come out, we back last year,is working at wideoutthis play.A .
should have one of the finest ninth spring scarlet and gray intra-squad is
The BUS girl's mile relay team of Angie Cohens. Kim are peaking at the right time, says Coach: George grade teams we've ever had," says Brian Barton, a center last year, set next Friday, May 15. The annual
Adams, Felicia Davis, and Lori Sapp qualit it'll for the Loper. The BIIS girls will be in the slow heat at state, Coach Hurse. has been moved to offensive and Junior-Senior game is set May 23.
I state with a fourth place finish at the Region :2 meet. but if everything goes right they could place Coach Greg Wiggins, the only returning detensive tackle. The spring jamboree is set May 30 at
The girls turned in a 4:10.23: their best time r\er, and George Loper says. back, is looking good so lar, says Dennis Cummings, a starter last Palatka.



Richard Gaines Wins Strawberry Golf TourneyLocal I

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player Richard Gaines won ing as the starter as he Has lor Several members ot the Women s Gillenwaters 84-81-165, Ed Douglas 'i .' ,
the 20th annual Strawberry Golf many prior years Club Pro Herb Golf Association, Ruth Powell, Ger 8993182. ,
Tournament hosted by the Starke Herrcs expects the tournament will tie McRae, Maggie Miller, Lou Handicappers 9-12, no handicap } .
Golf and County Club on Saturdayand continue to 1 be held in May, because Struth, Gladys Hobbs and Darlene allowed: John Watson 84-77-161, y
Sunday May 34. of the extra hour of day'light, and im Hobbs cooked and served ham Dwight Elder 82-81-163, Bob King
When he teed the ball up on Sun proved growing conditions for the burgers and soft drinks, while 80-84-164, Harry Siemen 76-88-164, ,
day morning, Gaines was four greens and fairways. Lillian Bishop and Bobby McRae Dewayne Elder 85-81-166, Dennis ,
strokes down, having shot a 74 on the The tournament attracted a full recorded scores. Connoughton 86-84-170, Al Tuten ,
first round Saturday, while Jim Arnold complement of 120 players, in Bobby also served as steward for 85.85-170, H.H. Adams 8784171. r ,, d
and Steve Beckett were cluding five former winners with a the dinner on Saturday night for Handicappers 13-18, Full Han f
shooting 70. Gaines took a bogie on total of eight victories. The Starke golfers and guests. Approximately dicap allowed: Handicaps are shown
number one, hardly an auspicious Golf and Country Club fielded 35 150 fried chicken dinners were served in parenthesis Mac Murray
beginning. That was the only bogie players and 85 visitors from Nor with many reports of excellent 85-81-(17)-132( Harry Gruen 4" .>r L r'y
Games would card that day, but he theast Florida completed the roster. cuisine. Other volunteers mentionedby 79-84-(14)-135, Bill Powell III ) ,
would birdie seven of the remaining Visitors Cate Yelton and Kirby Herb Herres were Richard 87-84-(17)-137, Buford McKinney Wr
17 holes, for a six-under-par 66. During Phillips eagled hole number 6. There Gaines and Harold Bishop for their 83-96-(18)-143( A.B. Howard ,
Sunday's final round, Beckett were no aces although a new Ford work on the programs, Ben Moxley 84-88-(14)-144) Bill Heavener
would lose 9 strokes to Gaines, and automobile was offered as a prize for his work as starter and 91-87-(16)-146, Morris Williams
Arnold would lose 11 strokes.On for hole-in-one hole L.M.Gaines for 148 Gene Melvin
a (an ace) on recording scores. 81.95-(15)- Ireagnis
the 13th hole, Gaines told his number 11. There was no prize offered Richard Gaines is the son of L.M. 92-89-(18)-145( John Riggs
father L.M. Gaines who was driving for the longest drive, but if and Sharon Gaines. During his golf- 87-97-(18)-148, Sandy Sanderson r'
for the youngster, that he might as there had there been one, Jimmy ing career, Richard has eagled 87-89-(14)-148, Jim Womack 15i
well go ahead and win the Miller may have won it by drivingthe every hole on the course, except 90-90-((18)-148, Leslie Biggs
Strawberry Invitational, that he was green on hole number 7. Jimmy numbers 1 and 4. He aced hole 96-89-(18)-149, Ralph Bryan
tired of other players taking the title is the of and with five iron when Melvin
grandson George Maggie number 2 a he 92.94-((18)-150, Gary ,, d
away from Starke. Gaines has half Miller, who were seen following was 13 years old, and shares the 87-99-(18)-150, Vernon Silcox
dozen club championships under his him around the course. course record of 62 with golf professional 89-97-(18)-150, Bob Patterson
belt, but it was his first Strawberry The High School Golf Team was Bill Adams. He recently eagled 99-92-(18)-155, Harold Williams
Invitational title. represented by Hal[ Wood (161)), Todd both par fives (numbers 5 and 12) 93-94-(16)-155; Charles King ? ..
+
The golf course was in superb con Gillenwaters ((165)) and Ed Douglas in one eighteen hole round. 88-94-(13)-156, Paul Hutchins V' t' r' '"' ''s r
dition, and everyone seemed to en ((182) These young golfers acquitted 95-97-(18)-156.) r C M
joy playing, irregardless of scores. themselves very well. Individual Scores... The Starke Golf and Country Club '
Board member and former club John Riggs won a $100 gift cer Championship Flight, no han will hold its Club Champion Tourna
president Ben Moxley said "It's a tificate in a raffle Saturday, which dicap; Richard Gaines 74-66-140, ment this June 14 and 15, with Danny
fun tournament, with many good was offered as a prize by the Steve Beckett 70-75-145, Phil McKinney defending his title
comments by the players." The Humphry-Robmsan Corp. McDilda 72-74-146, Gene Laws Richard Gaines was understood to
employees have worked hard to Club Pro Herb Herres expressedhis 73-74-147, Jimmy Miller 75-72-147, have said "I will play better in the
prepare the course, and everything appreciation to volunteers for Jim Arnold 70-77-147, Jack Hazen Club Championship this year...it
is going smoothly. Moxley was serv- making the tournament possible.the 77-74-151, Hal Wood 76-85-161, Todd won't be given away." S '""ew

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suit would-t the school board or county ordinance;, or something" Friends of Library:.. n

Voting from page 1 less than $250,000. Some Miami for the Sheriff's Department to act, The Friends of the Bradford
lawyers are reported to charge $200 Reddish stressed to the residents. County Public Library membership
reporter present would not be fallowed per hour, however. The Sheriff's Department has drive is in full swing. We have halfway '
to attend the bargaining sessions. authority under a state nuisance law reached our membership goal. 1'
To that end, the elected officials met tp control certain types of activity at Many new members have Joined
one at a time with the attorneys in a Silver Lake from page 1 public places. The catch: what Is a but we need the continuing supportof
private session to avoid conflict with nuisance? A nuisance to one person our past members to make the Golf Champion...
Florida's Government in the Sun sheriff Reddish suggested erecting might not be to another, the sheriff drive a success. Student $3; Single
shine Law phyical barricades so it could be pointed out.Residents. Patrol $25 andover Richard Gaines kept the 19X6 Strawberry Invitational trophy at home
$10
Family
$5; ; this when he shot a 66 Sunday to the title.
year capture
Declining io reveal what he determined when visitors encroach presented the com- Call or visit the library for
hour on adjoining property."It misson with 55 names asking that Gaines a top local golfer, has won the club championship half a dozen
charges attorney Lipman
per further information.
times, but this is his first Invitational title.
be state law the streets be closed.
would only tell a Telegraph reporter must against some



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we and have excited made here about in the the .:; Magnificent Waterfall Ring f
i edv i years or so and I'm excited .:. SPECIALLY PRICED FORMOTHER'S .:,
., the prospects for productive : : DAY .-
in' the be area in the of future.it here I'm at ., .:" 114/ Carat . . . . . $499 .-
W w \ ." a big part .': 1/2/ Carat . . . . . $595 j.
his stint in the bookkeeping ,. Full Carat . . . . 5699.. .
at the bank, Norman ;."Y ; L
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tion."I'm promoted to assistant .. :rou Williams Jewelry ared'Sq f-
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to assistant vice-president
served as a loan officer
in 1977 when the then-new
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a big. honor," Norman said of a Eddie Starling
promotion, serving under sf
State Bank President I is ivady
Johns. "1 hope to continue
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his mother, Brenda.
Chris has gained 2 kilos (approx-
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digestive system has to "catch up".
He has ceased blistering and one
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matologists who visits Chris at the 1t
Anrurdan Clinic in Gerona is well 2 2 .z
pleased with Chris' progress.
Cindy Pinkston, Florida Times
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r Union County Ads 1 r HOW'S THE FAMILY?


-- ------- by Rev. Ed Kirkland 7 .5 Be Wise ,
CAMPERS REAL ESTATE
Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Shop
OUT OF AREA '
1911 Coachman 16 trovel troller self Time To Celebrate Motherhood?

rontoiried. roof an. like now $3995. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY Well, when you read this.. Mother's Day for 1986 will either be just a few PRICE-WISE
Call 496 3377. 5/1 2tpd 58Winn.bago If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just days in front of you or a few days behind you. It will depend on which paper ,,
20(1. travel trailer Sell con. ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR you arc holding right now In case you live with your head burled in the sand / /
lamed very clean $2,495 Call 4962126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR though, let me go ahead and tell you that Mother's Day is Sunday, May the
4962210 after 6 P.M. 5/8 2tpd 5/15
11th
-y UNION COUNTY REALTOR: tin
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YARD SALE Now I'm sure that this day must bring all kinds of different thoughts to
FOR SALE mind for different people If you are the mother of a toddler,you're probably
wondering why you got into this in the first place. If you're the mother of
Saturday. May 101ft 8.30 A.M. to 5:30: more than two toddlers, you may be questioning your sanity as you Ancient
P.M Four family.little of everything Electric dryer with new heating element. remember back when you said, "I just can't wait to have children." And, if
410' S W. 4th Ave. Lake Butler corner $75. Call 496.3253, 4/24 3tchg. 5/8. you are the mother of two or more teenagers, you are quite certain you will Age Schenley>I Seagram
of 4ih, Street and 4th Avenue. llpd 5/8 Blooming..Daylilies, Daisies and Iris never live to see Mother's Day ,1987.
? Bourbon xra.n OFC 7&hmkt
"" $2,00 each. Contrary Mary Garden This article is meant to case your load for just a few moments.the kindof

L INSURANCEMAINES SRI2I Monday, lacrosse 496.\1561.Closed 5/1 2tchg Sunday 5/8 and flung you can shove under the nose of your kind, loving, evercompassionate LTR Rio LTR 150
.P. manual husband when he gets home today and say in that soft, sweet,
7 H Snapper Riding mower 769
INSURANCE AGENCY, 25 E. start mows good. $245. H.P. lender voice that has been dealing with children all day: "Here, read this or 7'5 669OF.c.
Main Street Lake Butler 496.397S. Dynomark. riding mower, electric start I'm going to break your'facet" i .-,.... =?
Complete Insurance Service 2tfree works good, $255. 10 H.P. Suburban I want us to take just a few moments (especially fathers, husbands and r=-zr ;
4, 10. 17 then tfnFOR Riding Garden Tractor electric start sons) to remember some of the things we should thank the"mothers" in our .zr.+isrs
---- runs good. $250. Call 4962976. Itpd. lives for. Things such as: -"
RENT 5/8 I I. TUB TIME THEY GIVE: No eight hour a day job here. We're talking 24
Chest of drawers, couch and matching hours on call every day But, the time they give is really more than that, It's
chair. Call 496.2173. alter 6 P.M. Itchg. the time (hat could be just for themselves. Or, it could have been spent with all
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 5,8 their husbands or friends., Yet, they give it to the children. And, as you ':!
RENT Union 150
CountyTimes" Brand new Flrenie GISOOO bicycle 15 remember, your mother gave it to you.
496 Main 2261 Street for ,information Lake, Butler tfn Phone speed, men'I 36"..Paid $250 new, asking 2. TIIEIK PERSONAL SACRIFICES: Every mother has sacrificed her Old
One, two and three bedroom mobile $150. Call 496 2393. Itpd. 5/8 own personal desires and personal attention from her husband who is now a Gordons Relska F
homes. All electric central heat and Diningroom group with table, six chairs, .lather (\that's\ another story I can't wait to write about in a month or so! ) SmugglerScotch
air cable TV. Basketball and china. cabinet, buffet. Call ..31.1035I And, consider he I financial sacrifice she makes. There's less money for new Gin Vodka tL

playground Pines Call 496.2366SRI2I 5/8 clothes, for vacations, just for living, period. 1.75 LTft ::I)
Lake Butler I 9 tin chg. OUT OF STATE PROPERTY 3. THEY GIVE THEMSELVES AND THEIR LOVE: But, without any LTR r I
Office and Warehouse space located in doubt the biggest gift they give is themselves. They actually place a part of 12"
Union County Tunes Budding at 150 themselves I in their child. I'tt not talking about heredith here, I'm talking 839 669
West Main Call 496.2261. for more In North Carolina MountainsOne about that special spirit-the love they give. There's a lot more to being a qe..e
fOllna Ion, It 2. 27 acre located In the mountains, good mother than giving birth to a child. It is a lifetime of loving someone. It is not -.!ot'l.'!.mp9-' .--..
Office space on Main Street next' door to access, large trees covers this tract something! they ever "grow out of" or graduate from. No, once a mother -
Adventurelaiid VIdeo. Call 4960077. Owner needs to sell. $6,500. Pay always a mother
5 82tchg. 5 15PERSONAL $1,000 down, assume loan. Ok..ylet me make. few simple suggestions for those of us who need to say
Chalet three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 a great big "thank you" to the mothers in our lives. Try one of these:
SERVICES levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting 1. CALL HER OR GO SEE HER. If mom is too far away, then at least call

large excellent deck overlooking location. Built mountains .In tell her.her II possible you love, go her.see her. Not to get anything or find our anything, just to 301 Liquors & Lounge

Septic Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks cabinets, private, all for $55,000.
New septic tanks dram, lines. lift stations Pay $5.000 very down, assume, loan 2. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN. Let them know this is a special day for I Mile North of Starke on Hwv. 301 I
their mother. Remind them of how much she loves them
and pump out tanks After 7 Two acres short distance from Murphy, and encourage (if
A.M" Call 275.2268. After 7 P.M.. Coll good garden spot ready to build on. that doesn't work, then insist!) that they do something special for her. Lamar Witt & The Wild Ones
275 2197. tfnchg 1 23 Owner said sell. 9800. Pay $1,800 3, GIVE HER A SPECIAL EVENING. Especially for the mom who hap
W. specialize In roofing. carpentry and down assume loan pens to be your wife. Let her know how important she is to you, it just might Playing Good Country NlusicWine
painting Call 431.1445. 4 24 tfn/chg These are a few of over 2,000 listings. give her a needed lilt Show her how much you love and respect her.
Reliable M.bile H.ame Repair repairs of We have all types of property from If you have had a loving mother to guide your life and, if you are married for Listening & Dancing
all types. Painting, cool sealing, $700 per acre and up. We have small to one who is guiding other lives, take a few moments out of the schedule to 6eet. thru
pressure washing re flooring skir tracts. We also have several cabins, celebrate motherhood with them. It just may be long overdue I Friday Saturday !Check* 0.
''''g. leveling and window sealing Call houses. old farms, etc Write or call today Ed Kirkland Is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, located on tA\'A.et 8:30: til) 1:30 a.m. "Ore 'II r.A
anytime 4963462. 25 years experience for a free listing brochure You can Hwy. 16 at Kingsley Lake. If you would like to see a particular need discussed p.m. SA any
5, 1 Stchg 6. 19 call free by dialing 1(800)4387421( ) In this column you may call his oJ'ficcat( 533.2018 or write to HOW'S THE, Sunday 8 p.m. til 11 p.m. clots
Will babysit In my home. Hot lunch. Write or call today 4/17 8tpd 6/5 FAMILY. Kingsley Lake Baptist, Rt. I, Box 586. Starke Fla. 32091.
Located by RMC. Call 496.2096 for lnformaton. Cherokee Land Co. Package Store: 7 Days A Week incl. Sunday
5/1 5/22 .
4tchg. Murphy N C. 28906
General housecleaning $5 per hour. Call MRLMReh Pr l'eVise Liquor Discounts -
Margie Valdez. Monday.Friday at ED. OPPORTUNITIESSummer
4962842 Itpd 58

WILL BUILD 10x12 DECK, steps, rails,
$399 8x12 greenhouse, $265. Commer classes begin May 6 at Lake City
cial/business signs pointed. Call Community College Register May 5. 9 2.4 ACRE
496.2452. Itpd 5. B A.M. till 6 P.M. For information call Sprinkle cinnamon over raw potatoes when frying. /
752.1822. 5/1 ItchgVACATION. ....."
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RENTALS CYPRESS MULCH C -
Mobile Homer
..Sove Mon.y Good clothing sale. '
Men's pant\ $1-$2---Men's shirt '
.. Vacation Time) Stay at our beautiful Sites
$ $1Ladles dresses $2Ladies
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Keystone
dress pants $1 $1 .50- -Ladies and
Heights. All conveniences. For Information
Men's -lots of childrens
jeans $1 $2- call 496.2056 or 496-2008, LakeButler. * * * * : * * *
and You We deliver
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Top This On. A sack full of good Hurry-schedule Is filling fast
grocery 5/1 5/15 FIRST TIME OFFER
Stchg Minimum 3
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Church of God Thrift Shop, Main Street CROSSTiES FOR LANDSCAPING
5/15 Highway 100 Lake Butler 5/8 2tchg. HELP WANTED HURRY FOR FIRST CHOICE!

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Another Bargain Stop by and see us. Government Jobs $16.040.$59,230/yr. 964.6649 ; : * *,* r* '* *-*-*-*-* -* * *
Two 3 piece bedroom sets at $70 each. n
Now hiring Call 18056876000.( ) Ext.R .
Coffee tables, weight stands, pretty .
1136 for current federal list 4/10
clay pots. 50$12.50Lamps ft r.w..
Stpd 5/29 jprv earn"
$6..$10-.Nick necks great gifts, lovely M)10IMl
jewelry, collectors items-.-special gift 1432.-7 ac. 2 BR, 2 Bo mobile w/ addition Creekside Forest offers
box jewelry, your choice $5.no junk. HOMES ADKINS CONCRETE 2 stocked ponds, creek, Lake
living in
nice jewelrypicture frames and lots Butler quiet country a
CONSTRUCTION
of other goodies. Come see us and Government Homes from $1 (U repair). *430.-FOR STARTERS: mobile on 1 peaceful wooded at-
save mon.y, located near Church of Also delinquent tax property Call COMPANYFree acre, 2 septics, access to Crosby
God Thrift Shop. Highway 100, Lake 1((805)687) .6000, Ext. GH-1136 for Infor Lake, furnished, $16.500 mosphere. Many tracts
Butler Itpd 5/8 motion. 4/10 8tpd. 529BOATS Estimates 1429..4 BR. 2 Bo home, 6 ac. 2 have flowing creek or fantastic cmm
mobile spaces renting, great location 1,5.0, oJ r sent"
view of the Santa Fe '.''
376-9985 after 5 p.m. make offer.
VOTEI 1427-3 BR. 1 1/2 ba., brick on 5 ac, River Valley.. Priced from tfj -
5/1 2tpd 5/8 born, fenced. -
I urge and challenge all It ft. Deep Boat and trailer 60 HP. 1398--21\ Acres, 4 BR 2 Ba, stucco, '6, vv"v"w w.'smaxbrn
DOC staff to register to Johnson Runs good. $700. 505 S.W. 8th barn mobile space renting. 65000. w iOv _" S
Street Lake Butler,
Itpd. 5/8 1433.BAR ft LOUNGE package store
vote before 2 : &M
August Shop & Compare I H
MOBILE HOMES I w/canopy nicely entertainment,
1986. Mr R.H. Hau. 1 Itpd.
5/8 Special Insurance for great business opportunity plus 2 '4. ,..-. 10% FIXED INTEREST-
Mobile Home Park BR home for owner.
1978 Concord doublewlde 24x44', All of homeowners i J414--9 Acre farmette, 3 BR, 1 lBo,
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UNION COUNTY TIMES with appliances. $7,900. Call .
496.2261 496.3004. 4/17 4tchg 5/8 mobile homes. SR. $69,500.1421..LOVELY OWNER FINANCED FOR 10 YEARS
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Roberts Real Estate $5,900 3 BIG SALES

986 N. Temple Av.. Stark, FL Beverly Death: Flakier Beach Volusia Count)', Florida

964-6262 INSTALLEDTHIS SALE NO. 1 L: Beverly Beach 39 Acres ((17 Tracts). Beachfront Piopeity Fronting Atlantic Ocean

WEEK ONLY! and Florida Intracoastal Waterway Build your dream home now!

Extra $300 OFF SALE NO. 2: Flagler Beach Selling Separately or as a Whole! 40 Ancs, 2 tracts IXcellent;

COMMERCIAL Successful service station onUS 301 Beachf rout Property Fronting Atlantic Ocean and Florida I Intraco.istal I \Vatm\av.\
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50000. Call Todayl I to choose from there's a beautiful shapes SALE NO. 3: Volusia County Zoned for Condominiums and Single family I'olrnlial: 33 to 55

ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only Dynamic pool that's Just right for Family Condominiums 10 Acres' Fronts Martin Drive, Atlantic Ocean and Florida. Inli.uo.isl.il

75000. Owner terms possible. your home AND your budget This Waterway..

CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air reliable will take Fla. care State of Certified everything Contractor from. ALL SALES WILL BE HELD ON BEVERLY BEACH SALE NO.. 1 SITE

38000.640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly design arranging..and. Installation to .... Under the Big J.L. Todd Tent!

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 100% Financing with TERMS: 10% down, 10% closing. Balance amorti/ed! on 15 )ear with lialloon. at end of 5 .\eais.

per acre! ,I. NO Monthly DOWN PAYMENTNo PaymentFor 10% Interest Monthly Payments.

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MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT. HELP WANTEDFULL FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUSPACK -
FOR SALE
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ROOMS FOR RENT) Magnolia Hotel, $8 TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE 2 BR LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $250 weekly RAT Buy sell and trade collecti
IS USED MOBILE HOMES Moke off.r per night. From $35 per week. Discount Scholarship available I ERA Tiffin and plus deposit 4733856. lOtchg FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING ble Items and antiques. Used furniture,
on. or all. Olln's Mobil. Horn Sales on, offered for longer term. Apply In person Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayett 3/27.5/29 Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac glassware, jewelry and much more
904,964 5606 6/6 tfnehg Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. acrossfrom St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCIES White 473.2521.5/1.29 tfnchg Come see for yourself One mile east
114 DESTINY MH with Post Office. TF EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS Feather Court 4734961. 2tchg 5/1.5/8 SINGLES Find that someone special of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
down and take firplac $1,500 LARGE 2 BR. 1 bath house with CH/A. needed at Whispering Pines Car.Ctr. LAKE GENEVA Summer rentals, large through Lakeside Singles Club Rt. I 473.2183.5/8 tfnchg
782.3358 after over payments. Call stove and refrigerator. Suitable for Call Susan Cook, 964 6220. 12/5TF deck, nice grounds Efficiency apartments Box 530 Hampton, FL 32044. Send for RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP
1912 MOBILE 6 p.m. 3/20 TF couple or small family $350 month. SALES POSITION Must hove sales ex 1 or 2 bedroom houses furnish oppllcation-oges 18 to 60. SIB tfnchg Needs spring and summer clothing,
Coll 964 HOME: 14x70 3 BR, 2 bath. Call 9647826. 3/13TF perience. Call 964-5606. Ollns Mobil.' ed. Call collect 305664-4572. 2tchg TRACTOR WORK Roads scraped mow. now) I 11 I Open Tuesday through Saturday .
4824 after 4
VETERANS p.m 4/24 3tpd 5/8 LARGE 2 BR apartment first floor no Homes TFHAIRSTYLIST S/i-5/8 Ing and roto-tllllng. 473-2330. lOtpd 10 o.m.-S p.m. Highway 21 North,
ONLY!
NO DOWN PAYMENT.80'xU3 .
pets. Call 964-8498. 4/17TF Florida Licensed Must 3 BR 2 BA Doublewlde mobile home on 3/27.5/29 Keystone Heights Call 473-3106 for
plus 2. Includes AC and sklr- LARGE 3 1 bath block home In hove Deer NEED TYPING DONE Reasonable, efficient .
BR. town following. Good benefits. Busy Springs Rd. No Inside pets Large time to leave items. 5/8 tfnchg
$250/mo.
ting 70x14 with AC 3 BR? 2 with stove, ref fans 2 FP lot computer printout letter quality
Ba AC paddle shop Halrplanes 9644645. 2/20 TF $315 month plus deposit 4732252.
4/24, only $225/mo. Call Mary 272 0625. carpet big family room living room, GOVERNMENT JOBS! $16,040 to Itpd 5/8 $2.50 per page. Call 473.4648 and REAL ESTATE
20 4tchg 5/15 kitchen $350/mo plus sec dep. $59,230/yr. Now hiring. Call 2 BR 1'/ BA mobile home, carpet leave message Will return call. tfnchg
ACRES: Off Forsyth Rd. with 2 BRtrall.r.
964-6152.4/24 Stpd 5/8 805-687-6000. ext. R.5504 for current large kitchen and living room partially 3/27
Phon. 964-6471 or 475-1338 APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly f.d.railist. 5/1 Stpd 6/19 furnished very clean, close In but RN WILL PROVIDE CARE for the elderlyIn North Carolina
after 6 Mountains
p.m. 58TF45xC decorated everything furnished. Laundry EXCELLENT INCOME! for part time horn private with for her home Price Includes professional
space garden $300 .
MOBILE per ONE ACRE located the
HOME for sale. "Hunter'sDelight. In mountains,
facilities Included. Will care, meals, laundry activities
accept one assembly work. For Info. call month requires first and last months
Phon. 7823008. Itpd 5/8 child no pets Palms Apts., 2313 N, 1-504-641-8003 Ext. 9579. 3/27 4tod rent 4734161. 2tchg 58515RETAIL and all amenities. For further Information good access, large trees covers this
1975 24x60 DOUBLEWIDE with living Ave Stark 32091. 5/1 call 4751951. 6tchg 4/3-5/8 tract. Owner needs to sell. $6500. pay
Tempi TF EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest OR OFFICE SPACE 1000 ft.
sq. $1000 down, loan,
room
dining room family room kitchen THREE ROOM APARTMENT 2nd floor clean cut A MUST! References required Commercial Circle across from Post Of SANTA FE HOUSECLEANING SERVICE assume
3 BR, I 3/4 bath fireplace, utility Partially furnished. Call 9648498. SIB ; possible $25.000 first year. Ap fice. 4737683. 4tchg 3/8-5,9 4682477. let us be your genie.Gainesville .
room central H/AC. Must sell. Call CHALET 3 bedroom 2 bath, two
Stark.,
TF Keystone,
ply D ft S Motors 207 N. Temple No
473.3073 after 5 p.m dally. 5/8 2tpd FOUR BEDROOM two story house.315 N. phone calls 4/3TF TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes Across Melrose, Hawthorne. 4tchg 4/24-5/19 levels, one mile from town lovely setting

5/15 Walnut St.. $350 per month ALSO 3 BR CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income patentlal. from. lake. $155. Partially furnished.Mr. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING large deck overlooking mountains
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY house, 518 N. Clark St.. $175 per All occupations. For info call ((312)) Phllllos. 473.7560.2/13 20lpd 6/26 House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling excellent location. BuiltIncabinets
month 9648404. 5/8 2tpd 5/15 742.8620, ext. 362. 5/80 4tpd 5/29 Service for all your foundation repairs. very private All for $55,000
RENT/LEASE TWO BEDROOM) 1 both, stove, TRUCK DRIVERS! Drive with Pride I App WANTEDWANT 4737721. Stpd 5/1.5/29 pay $5000 down assume loan.

refrigerator, washer hook-up CH/A, ly In person at: POOLE TRUCK LINE I H.P. MYERS PUMP and Jet, $150. Service
suitable for couple or small family. 2241 Detroit Blvd. Pensacola, Fl. Must TO LEASE OR RENT a ski boat for Jet and Submersible pumps. TWO ACRES Short distance from Murphy
NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson two months. Call 473.3193 DYKES SERVICE 5/1.5/22 good garden spot ready to buildon.
964.5377 after 5 p.m. Itchg 5/8 live within 200 miles of Pensacola. or 473-7683 473.3085.4tpd
Streets: 2 story masonry. building. HOUSE FOR RENT located on 100 A, Edwards EOE. Icon 86.117 2tchg 5/8.5/15 3 TON MOBILE HOME air conditioner, Owner said sell. $9800 pay $1800
Clyde W. Simpson 356 6849. 4/10TF Loop. $350 1st and fast 9645606. HARDWARE MAN WANTED Apply Acme NEEDED House to rent preferably on $400. Window units, major appliance assume loan.
3 RETAIL STORES for least Highway 301 5/8TF Hardware, 301 E. Call Street Itchg 5/8 lake, 3 BR, 2 BA. Excellent references service. DYKES SERVICE 473.3085.4tpd
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South. 473.3627 or 964 8848. 5/8TF 473.3346 These or. a f.w of over 2000
listings
or 4734984. 5/1.5/22
ONE BEDROOM APT. for rent, clean, LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING! Nor. 2fchg 5/8-5/15
quiet 830 N. Tempi Av*., Houck thAmerlcan Van Lines needs WANTED TO BUY Gently used baby CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction W* have all types of property from
HOMES Apts. 964-4296. 5/8 2tpd 5/15 owner/operators. If you need training clothing up to site 4 and seasonal truck mounted equipment.C $700 per acre and up. We have smalltracts.
.
We also have
FOR SALE OR RENT 14x70 3 BR, 2 Ba we will train you. You will operate maternity clothing. 473.7898 or ft B CARPET CLEANING several cabins,
FOR SALE mobile ham. $250/mo and $150 your own tractor If you don't hove, 473.7391 for appointment ttchg 5/8 Keystone Heights 473.7770 houses for, old free farms, etc. Write or call today
a listing brochure. You
deposit Near prison. Call 964.4824 one, NorthAmerlcan offers a tractor call free can
THREE BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A, 2 after 4 p.m. 5/8 3tpd 5/22 purchase program that can put you In anew Lost Half off on Scotchguard Write or call by today.Cherokee dialing. 18004387421.
baths, LRIDRir.plac.., breakfastroom RENTALS AVAILABLE) $150 per month tractor for $2500 down. If you are 9tchg 5/1.6/26 Land
game room. 560 Glendale St. and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- 21 or over and think you may qualify $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador WILL BABYSIT In my home 4732568. Murphy NC 28906 Co.

9645468. 3/13 TF Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF we'd like to send you a complete Information mixed, dark spots on tongue lost Nov. Itchg 58EXPERIENCED Stpd 4/17.6/5
STARKE HOME on graded rood by Textile CLEAN MOBILE HOMES) for rent On package Call any weekday 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Rood. MOTHER would like to
Town. Large 2 BR, 1 lBo, new kitchen Highway 16 W. Close to prison TOLL FREE 1.800.348.2191, ask for Answers to "Minor." 4737162. 5/8 keep your child in my home Flexible
cabinets, stove, ref., microwave, 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg Dept 97. fcan 86.115 tfnchg hours, $35 week, lunch and snack provided CARS, TRUCKS
carpet 2 acres, fenced yard large NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown NEED EXPERIENCED day care attendant fenced yard. Call 4734193. & BOATS
oaks, nice. Must see, $35,000.473-4422 Law office on E. Call St. If/ you are interested ,Must be at least 19 years of age. Apply HELP 4tchg 5/8.5/29
after S p.m. 4/17 4tpd 5/8 In renting this office and at Small World Day Car. Itchg 5/8 WANTED ATTENTION RV OWNERS I Summers approaching .
TWO BEDROOMS) 1 bath frame house selecting carpet, etc about APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN NOW for ) Get ready with a TRUCKS 79-12: Ford and Chevy Pickups,
Near Stark Schools. 16500. Phone renovating It, call 964.6305, John full-time employment Bryan. Ace COSMETOLOGIST Need full or part- maintenance check Gene RV Service new paint good condition priced
431.1843 or 4311133. Itpd 5/8 Miller TF Hardware In Starke, 964-4642 and time. For more Information call & Repair 473.7053 or 4733601. Itpd below loon value. Buff Used Cars,

MIAMI STONE HOME: 3 BR? 3 bath with NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS) Keystone His.. 4734006. Itchg 5/8 473.7708.2tpd 5/1-5/8 5/8 4734570. Itchg 58FILL
large patio 2 car garage, situated on 5 US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee, TYPESETTER! Layout flash designer Ex- NEEDED Teenage girl for child care and WILL BUILD 10x12 DECK, rails, steps,
acres of land on Bessent Rd. Call N.C. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing perisnce required. Knowledge of Com- housekeeping. during summer vacation $399; Porches screened rooms, sheds.
964.5240 or 964-8036 after 5:30: p.m. rafting hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway pugraphlc system Is a plus. Excellent Woodland Drive. 473.2368 or Also commercial/business signs DIRT
Anytime weekends Oglesby. Itpd 5/8 mining. New 2 BR cabins, furnished salary and fringe benefits. Send 473-4984. 2tchg 58515COSMETOLOGIST painted. 496-2452. Itpd 5/8
TWO BEDROOMS: living room, large kitchen Sunset Farm Rd Cabins, Rt. 1. Box resume to Manager of Personnel P.O. Redkln scientific full andTOPSOIL
and dining room large room 216-C Whittler N.C. 28789.' Box 308. Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656. service salon. Desire to learn and '"
bwN-on? I shed, shade trees. Hazel 1-704-497-2200 Ralph Heardman. EOfc Itchg 5/8 license required. Doris' Hair Clinic. LAND FOR SALE
Mauger 9648226.58 2tpd 5/15 4/10TF CITY OF STARKE Street Dept. Is accepting 4752211. 5/8 tfnchg j
DRASTICALLY REDUCED New 4 BR houseIn FURNISHED: weekly and monthly rotes. applications for position of LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake $13,500.
city limits. Owner lives out of town Variety of rentals, free maintenanceand Lobor.r. Must be at least 18 years of FOR SALE Owner will finance $164 per month, Call Anytime ;
and needs to sell, nice rental propertyor lawn care. Jo-Lu Motel & MH Pork. age Apply City Hall, Merrell Dees Of 4734367. 5/8 tfnchg
nice starter horn. Great buy, 964-8810.4/17TF fice. Itchg 5/8 BEAGLE PUPS Seven weeks old from LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One Hampton 468.1455
28000. 372.7734 or 4623998. 5/8 FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house In coun PEOPLE WITH OFFICE EXPERIENCE WHO good hunting stock. Wormed acre wooded lot. $17,500. Call 473.7162 -

4tchg 5/29 try, call daytime, 377.8500, ext. 2679 or WANT TO WORK ON TEMPORARYBASIS 475.2528. 2tchg 5/1.5/8 after 5. 3/27 tfnchg28S'XS5' .
TWO BEDROOM one bath home on 1'/ 964-8725 eves 5/1TF : No Fee, Employer pays fees. ..---.- ---- WATERFRONT property on
acres Great yard out of town COUNTRY HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR, din- 964.7777.218 S. Walnut St.. W.W. Professional Lake Bundy with Mobile Home. Never AKC BASSETT HOUNDS
remodeling near completion. Must see Ing room kitchen, large living room. Office and Personnel Ser HOUSES FOR SALE lived In, fully furnished. Valued at
potential. Priced below market value Newly remodeled, large lot w/pecan vices. 5/1 2tchg 5/8 $21.S00.0.klng 14900. Will consider REPO'S
Asking 29000. Phone 4963631. 5/8 trees 1 child max. 21st Av*. & Meng NEED SOMEONE to keep children In my WATERFRONT Home on Winding Tree motor home trade-In. Call 771.0533,
2tchg 5/15 Dairy Rd. $235/mo plus deposit home or yours for summer. Call Lake, 2 BR, 2 BA. 473-7485 or Jacksonville. 3tchg 5/8-5/22 Brothers & Sisters
..964.67104.52tehg 5/8 964-4133-efter: 5 p.m. Itpd 5/S- .. +o. g;746.5470.: 2tpd 5/8-5/15 KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Onethirdacre
FOR RENT LOW RENT efficiency room., utilities EGG PICKER WANTED with experienceon cleared lot paved street central

paid. Very private, clean, quiet layer farm 964-6727 Itpd 5/8 <. water. $4000 by owner. 475.2598.3tpd 3 females 2 males Call
YARD SALE 5/8.5/22
964-5687. 5/1 2tpd 5/8 RECEPTIONIST/FILE CLERK Pleasant
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: FURNISHED APARTMENTS) 1 and 2 BR. voice and personality. Knowledge of 10 373-1243 after 5 p.m &
Mobil Homes and spaces for rent. $150 & $200 per month $75 security key adding machine and light typing FRIDAY. MAY 9 at 9 a.m. One-half mile NOTICE 378-5034 wl'l'kdIYs.MondayFriday ,
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone deposit. No pets 964-8071. 5/1 2tcha required. Call for oppt. 9645743. Jo from 214 on Breezy Point Rood Young
9647498. 9/16 tfn Ann. Itchg 58EXPERIENCED girls clothes and miscellaneous items CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 9-4
EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart. LAND FOR SALE PLUMBER: License preferred 1tpd 5/8 to the Lake Region Monitor office .
ments. Electricity Included low weekly but not necessary. Salary commensurate YARD SALE Hutchinson Road bottom of In writing and paid In advance
monthly rates Palms Apartments ACRE LOTS) Pleasant Grove Settlement. with experience/license. hill follow signs. Friday & Saturday 8 unless credit Is already establishedwith
2314 N. Temple Ave. tIn $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Fee 964-7777, 218 S. Walnut St., until. Itchg 5/8 this office.MONITOR BEN'S
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 AC &
9645606. 1/03 tfn Starke. W.W. Professional Office & STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
BA apt For more Information call Lake ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY Personnel Services. 5/8 2tchg 5/15 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equd Oppor ROAD $3,000 no down payment, $70 ASSISTANTS NEEDED for new weight CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Refrigeration
tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tin clast. $300-$600 per month possible for THE TELEPHONE.
NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished 1 1BR LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after 3 to 6 hours work per week 7823790. 3/2 MOBILE HOME on Classified, deadline Is Tuesday noon 782.3564
apartments with kitchens, located nextto 5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn Itpd 58DRIVER large lot, St Rd. 16E. prior to Thursday publication. Lawtey
Tenneco station In downtown 1 3/4 ACRES off 227. 4000. $200 dawn WITH CHAUFFEUR'S LICENSE! Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3.50 COMMERCIAL & DOMESTICAir
Stark. $50-$75 per week. Call $75 per month. 9645606. S8TFMOTORCYCLES clear record only. Apply In person, ready to move in. Good then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Conditioning
964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF Teal Tile & Carpet 131 N. Cherry St., owner financing.
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now 5/8 Central or WindowDehumidifiers
available at CSC Mini Storage 12 ft. Itchg ___ _00
THE CITY OF STARKE Power Plant has on
ceilings lights, power new reduced opening for the position of Power Plant .8 ACRES with older t Auto & Truck
rotes. 964-8848. 1/9TF 198$ SUZUKI 125 Quadrunner, 4 Operator This position Involved shift I
wheeler, w/revers, 4 mos old. New work. The minimum requirements are home near Theressa. BROADWAY & WALTERS ICE MACHINES & ICE MAKERS

WATERFRONT lake Bedford 2 BR, condition. $1000. 9648936. 5/1 2tpd graduation from an approved high Perfect for family. Make Rentals
1 Ba with basement 8 1 Ba. Owner 5/8 school or GED. Prior power plant or TREE SERVICE
fin. available. 1981 SUZUKI 650) shaft drive, fairing electrical experience preferred. Applications us an offer. RepairsREFRIGERATORS

CRYSTAL LAKE HIS Live In this luggage rack, 22k miles, runs great. will be received until 5 p.m. Removal FREEZERS,
beautiful 3 BR 2 Ba and on eveningsand $900 cash. 9644284. Itpd 5/8 Friday, May 16. Apply at City of Storke c.o\\ STOVES, WASHERS DRYERS
City Hall 209 N.Thompson, Starke. 5/8 Trimming
weekends ski, fish or picnic '-A Home andA

WALDO: INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Janet ;;: -f Hardworking 2tchg 5/15 operators wanted. Several Mary ReddingR.T. Stump Removal Few Used Repair Models

) 15 acres frame 3 BR, 1 Ba some available Firewood
machine
positions as sewing
timber only $52,500. / operators. We offer great benefits with Lovorn Realty TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt
StarlingRealtor/ Free Estimate
WATCH INCOME GROW total I of 11 A Reasonable Cost
production-type pay. Experience 473.3254 or 473-3628
BR 4 Ba'., close to shopping center helpful but not required. Apply In person 473.7097 473-7679

REMODELED) 3 BR, 1 Ba CH/A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Starke. at Lake Butler Apparel, 650 S.E. Itpd 5/8
Ben Don On Call
2-car c/p 1 Ac much more, 39000. corner lot, 2 bldgs. currently 2nd. Street Lake Butler 5/1 Itpd. After 5 P.M. or
RETIRED or STARTING OUT: neat Large rented. 50000. Keystone Heights 24 Hours -. 782.3564
lots of room, easy to clean 1 BR, 1 -
2Ba COUNTRY horn, $29,900.
02 BR & Insured
lIcensed.
Ba AC carport chain link fenced NOW HIRING rfo 4/24 'pd
HOUSE: U MOVE: Make offer ,
WORKING AT PRISON: Consider this
b.autlfuI2'ocr.. lot on Hwy. 16 W. REDUCED TO 39.900 l.' ACRES SewIng Machln.Op.rators. Experience Helpful, but not

ASK FOR beautiful with older home, beautiful pecan serious seekers need ............... . . .
ALL YOU COULD ) necessary. Only |lob apply *" **__ ... .........
brick veneer ham, acreage, "trees. VOGUE, INC. 710 S. Water St. Stark. *
beautifully landscaped lawn chain 'IS ACRES) Older home and DW WAR GAMES *
mobile home, 47500. I urn 5/8 *
link fencing priced right.
HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre 011.9 ACRES) 1 Well, 3 septic tanks, *
pond pole barn $33.500 Phone 373-4518 495-2357
farm 2800 sq. ft. white brick horn -
with dormers near 1-75 & 441 '5 ACRES) $12,500; 10 ACRES SAVE $ $ With ** **
$25,000. Excellent Terms
MIDDLEBURG established boarding Jo *
stables with owners home, expand '4 ACRES) Hwy. 225 .A. 12500. FCee 'II *********"M www.r a r. . .w M ....*****.**..
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business on 18 acres. pd 5/8 Qteg OI1C/
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111 VV. Madison 964-4469 P.O. Drawer sWINDOWS I BULLDOZER WORK WANTED
301 $. fawtey .
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Tilt Ill Call ((904)) 964-5606 -
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Siding e Soffit & Fascia Between-ii a.m. to 6 p.m. 220n
Custom Cabinets
rah [:?r"e Awning Screen Rooms

e Brick Stone
Carport or
New Construction *Remodeling 1t; _

Cabinet *Tile Ceilings --ov cleaning Gail Plumbing Supplies From
Cut Brick or Stone Stucco *Drywall i -

*Mobile* Homo Und.rplnningSkhfing( ) HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. lvi Durrance Pump & Suppl 1

In Stucco or Cut BrIck/Stan. \
Free Estimates :, We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e state Licensed. -
Starke Fla. 964-6766
Call Tim Thompson tr US 301 North, i4N.Temple Ave.,Starke 9647061. TF-

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Pipe Insulation Weatherstrlpplng
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
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# Sch. 40 12-2 NMB Wire .
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3" PVC $17.95 250 Wt speclalze/ In cleaning and re-dyeing/ of waD to wal carpet furniture cleanIng .
Well Pumps $.79 It. Felt Se.SO roll
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From $139.Y. and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. duality 964-8848

Moe4le Heine Supplies 0 Llgntpoles 0 Cabinets a Electrical Plumbing Supplies. e work at low, low prices. Can now to make an appointment.

.cBARGAIN CENTER INC. Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Fn't' Adv i,'"' Evenings

%teet*."\", 10.000 Miscellaneous/ Items and SalvageLee -- ." ylne e Roomllver Call 964.4997 Call Membsr" 964.4073 473-3627

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FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullslze fleet- I
MARKET: 301 Drive-In Theatre,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.sub- BRADFORD LIMEROCK side
pickup. $75. 964-5812.TFce !
Saturday/Sunday. Concessionand
milled, to the Bradford every SALES .
County restrooms Have / CHEVY 4x4 PARTS Vi ton anything youneed.Axlet CREALTY
open. your yard Llmerock ft Fill Dirt
Telegraph office In and paid in
writing sale with us. 5/1 4tchg 5/22 front or rear auto
semi-loads
20
yd.
advance unless credit only
Is already transm., transfer cases, 2 different
THREE FAMILY SALE: Thursday and Fri.
Phone 782-3172 5/23 tfchg'
established with this office.
day. Across from Waters Store types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sole
of
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Call 9645812. TFce
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Lowtey. Itchg 5/8 Doublewide Horn Center located PHONE 96 .
2 AIRSTREAM travel trailers: 71 model
SEVERAL ITEMS TV bedroom
antenna .m
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER North on 301 Lawtey Flo. (this It not 31 ft. Also
$5.500. 77 model 27 ft.
suite rocker/recliner several other 205 N. Tomple,
THE TELEPHONE. trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg
$9,000 both good condition. 473-4570.
Items. 964.5722. Rd. 229 9 ml. W. ofStarke.
FOR SALE Store bought furniture for
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Classified deadline It TUESDAY Itchg 5/8 CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
5/8
NOON, pricr to Thursday publication. Itpd sale at Olin Horn Center located on TWO ARABIAN COLTS: 2225 N. 301. Itpd
YARD SALE: 3 family Sat., Hwy 16 W. :2
Minimum Highway 100 West. This It not trailerfurniture.
charge It 15 words for$2.73 5/8
miles from 301 on left signs. Girls
then 10 for each word thereafter. 6/13 tfnchg SpecialHALL
cents CAMPER TOP for
short
clothes, (sizes 3, 4, Jrs.), stroller etc, BUY FACTORY DIRECT AND SAVED wheelbase
linens, boys clothes, something for Large flashing arrow signs $2991 pickup truck. $65. Phone 782-3355. Itpd LAKE FAMILY SUMMER HOME with 2 BR guest

CARS & TRUCKS everybody 9.5 p.m. Itpd 5/8 Lighted non-arrow $2791 Nonlighted 58CHICKEN house, dock and covered dock patio. Clear water for swim.
HOUSES
: 4 pullet houses,
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE: Sat 10 a.m. $2291 Free letters I Warranty. Only few 30x400 $5 foot. 8 layer houses ming and fishing. Budget priced at 40000. Owner finance
per ,
till.
Many items for Mother's
1980 CHEVY PU New 350 engine.Customized. Day. Itpd left. See locally. l(800)4230163( )
5/8 12x420 $3 per ft. All equipment extra
4000. Call 1.376.1866 anytime Icon 86-119
G villa) between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 9 a.m. til.Westmoreland HOMELITE GENERATOR: 8 hp 3500 HUGE 964.6182.5/8 STOCK REDUCTION 4tpd 5/29 SALE SMASHING CONTEMPORARY Architect Tom Tonnler designed :

1 27 tin Trailer Park Lot 22. watts used 5 hr,. $800. 964 6482. Can Items 80% off. Spring and summer: Many this handsome, 2 story cedar at the Country Club. Approx.
1982 FORD EXP: AM/FM radio cassette, Lots of miscellaneous Items, new and
AC red sports car, good cond. $3200. used. Itpd 5/8 be 4tchg seen 58SAWDUST at Adventure Homes 4/17 Items needed NOW. Charlotte's Webb 3120 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2'/ Ba, lot 125x180 Pella windows, 30x32

For ,info call 964-S8I2 I ask for Len. LOTS OF GOODIES: Might have just what : 2 yds., delivered and spread 4tchq 964-7100 5/29 964-5732 9644-8569. 5/8 garage, 7 yrs. old, beautifully Insulated fireplace.

5 1 Ice you need. Better check It out First $20. Phone Stephen Smith Lumber 319 ST. CLAIR: $36,000, Neat 3BR 1Ba, city water & sewage,
1986 CORVETTE metallic loaded house behind Bethel Church. CR 230.A
: gray 4682624. 5/1 2tchg 5/8 PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN CH/A 5 ceiling fans refrlg drapes remain In home.
J bOO miles $27.500.9646500. 4/24TF East of Hospital. Thursday and Friday PULLETS FOR SALE Black Saxllnk range ,
TOYOTA MOTOR and 4 speed transmission 9:30: til. Itchg 5/8 782.3376 after 6 p.m. 5/1 Itpd Itchg 5/8 CONVENIENT ADDRESS: 1032 E. Call St.: Block and brick '
Also Chevy Luv 4'VD parts. FRIDAY YARD SALE: 3 dressers $25.40; INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS: LINK FENCE: Installed. Free veneer 3 BR, IVi bath, lot is 119.1 x251.1 x279.77x47.38 and extends -
964 4238. 5/1 HF books clothes, kitchenware, toys I custom made and installed Call estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. to Bessent Rd. Built 1980. $43,000.
1983 ESCORT WAGON: AT AC stereo block behind Tenneco on 301, middleof Homes Beautiful of N. Fla., 9646766. Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. tfn
SI/00 4737411. 2tpd 5/8 Clark St. Itpd 5/8 5/1TF GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, HOME & 15.5 ACRES: off Rd. 235, NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse,

i 1973 VOLVO 142 S: runs great good in- FLEA MARKET YARD SALE Antiques, FLA. CRACKER BARREL PONY 6 yrs. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY barn ((2 stalls), creek runs thru property, $46,000 terms. 'I
onor, $1075. Call 9645985. 5/1 2tpd tables chairs buffet wardrobe, Spirited but gentle with children. 9646078. Orders also taken in Lake WHITE BRICK & STUCCO: with 3 BR, 1 bath, CH/A, 38000. :
SB clothes, automotive tools jars chain Trained for show. Gelding $300 with Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba 5 A & solar greenhouse $69,000.eA .
19/8 CORVETTE: 39,200 orig. miles. hoist floor jack much more Dealer tack. Negotiable. Call 964-6215. Itchg 4734973. 2/26 tInWANT : garage ,
I dated with all options. Leather int. space available 964.8012.Itpd 5/8 5/8 TO DRINK JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home In city, approx. 2417

Now Eagle GT tor... Priced to sell. YARD SALE: 1321 Butler Rd. Saturdayand FORD TRACTOR: Jubilee tractor and 5 ft. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS sq. ft., CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001

$9500 Phone 485.1989aher6p.m.5/8 Sunday May 1011. Itpd 5/8 mower. Good condition. Call 964-7397 WANT TO STOP MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen 2
rpd 5 15ATTENTION GARAGE SALE: Sat., May 10, 8.4 p.m. THAT'S OURS
after 5 weekdays and anytime on
GRADUATES: 1977 Black Green Acres subdivision SR 16 one weekends.p.m.Itpd 5/8 Alcoholics Anonymous utility rooms 2 car garage, fireplace CH/A on one acre.
'ctt X19 hard-top convertible, 4 mile West of 301. Look for sign. Brass RIDING MOWER: 11 hp lawn and garden 9644I509646S949646219pdthruS15. SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer
,peed AM, FM cassette, 30 mpg headboard with 'frames carpet curtains mower like n.w. $600. Call 9646751. a handsome brick and cedar home on 37Vi acres, 4 BR, 2'/
S;<* 5 Phone 9648404. Itpd 5/8 and rods dishes riding toys. Itchg 58MATCHING SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines .
1979 FORD LTD: PS, PB AT. AC low Good selection of childrens clothes. COUCH and chair set like relald. Serving Bradford County for 10 Ba plus nice barn. 133000.
'eage Good condition. Price Much more. Itpd 5/7 new $150. Call anytime 964-6751. Itchg years Bradford Septic Tank Service. 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian, 1 lot Jefferson
i-go'iable Utility trailers and lawn GARAGE SALE: Frl & Sot, May 9-10 8 5/8 964-8121. 10/17 TFchg eHAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
ewers etc See at 210 N. St. Clair or a.m.-5 p.m. Double bed baby bed SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes
COMMODORE COMPUTER: like new block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on 50 ac. CrawfordRd.
-i d I J D Eunice 9648230. 5/8TF stroller walker hl-chair carseat pots cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used
with extras. $125. Call 9646751. Itchg
'9 82 TRUCKS: Ford and Chevy Pickups, 8 pans, fans carpet tires radio 5/8 sewing machines for sale. James plus 4 chicken borns-a good going business. Owner financ

iow paint good condition priced dungarees, sheets, pillowcases DRY SWEET ONIONS: for sale. Any Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy ing. Buy all or part!
below loan value. Buff Used Cora.J73.4570. towels bowls suitcase dishes, 1977 amount. J.B Gasklns, Lawtey. 16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.

'984 ISUZU. and Itchg 1983 5/8 Pontiac Grand Prix Starke Toyota, Rd.Corolla 100 on, 7 left.miles Itpd 5/8 South of 782-3286 after 7 p.m. 5/8 2tpd 5/15 HANDYMAN, complete: carpentry home painting repair.electrical OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, 1 '/* Ba, ap- I
5 PROM DRESSES: like new, only worn
ij-'ud condition Priced right. Call YARD SALE: 4 families. Thurs 8 Frl. 8 once, can be seen at 864 N. TempleAve. Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced
'>o4 4092 or 964.4106.5/8 2tchg 515S a.m. to 5 p.m. North Old Lawtey Rd., ., Durrance Pump Co. 964-7061. Call Mitch, 4733940. 1/9TF backyard. If you have $7,500 owner will hold 1st mtg. I
10 PICKUP V 6, AC condition. llth St. 5/8 2tpd 5/15
: good Itchg 58WINNEBAGO PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING: all HOUSE TO RENT.
S2W_ PS PB. Phone 9647423. ask for phases obedience, personal
HOME 1971 20 protection
R,j.ime Itchg 58REAL BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES ft., roof air MOTOR 4,000. watt generator: show ring. Experienced all COUNTRY LIVING: CB 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range refrlg.,

sleeps 6, excel cond. $6,800. Call breeds. 964.5732 or 9647100. 3/13 TF DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. 49600.
ESTATE 964.8502.Itpd 5/8 TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath, 19900.
OUT OF AREA 1983 MOTOR HOME: 33 ft. Revcon new 964-6766, Homes Beautiful of N. Fla.
BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH, CH/A, 100x200 lot 20000.
OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear 126k, book value 78k pay off 55k. Will We will tell you how to ovoid that job
. ladies apparel children, large size trod.? for equity 0 miles on new and Increase the value of your home, PREFERRED PROPERTIES
AND FOR SALE: mountain land by petite, combination store maternity motor. New tires, loaded 964.8848 or 5/1TF Brownlee Road . .3643 Ac. owner fin . . $82,332

.. -v ,e' S'00' down owner financing 2 accessories. Jordache, Chic Lee, Levi 473.3627. Itchg 59REFRIGERATORFREEZER WILL BUILD 10x12 DECK: steps, rails for Kingsley VII loge . . . Lots 21 22. . . . $4,900
,a "oct views easy access, private, E Z Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin 23.7 ft., $399. Porches, screened rooms, sheds;
re budding sites, I hr. North of"arietta Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Liz GE, no frost green :with Icemaker.cu. also commercial/business signs Rd. TOO S . . . Lot 8, 1.37 Ac. . . . $5,000

Call 1-404-276-2727, Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline, $165. 9646877. Itpd 5/8 painted. Call 496-2452' Itpd 5/8 Crosby Lake Inlet. . . Lots 13141516. . . $18,000

404 2763668. 'Icon 86-118 Healthtex over 1000 others $13,300 to YAMAHA SCOOTER: 1984 Rlva 180. blue, TYPING DONE for businesses and Individuals. Off 301 S. . . . 21/2 Acres . . . $8,100

NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND: $24,900 Inventory training fixtures 100 mpg. $600 OBO. 964-6877. Itpd 5/8 School papers letters Insurance Near Lake Alto . . 10 Ac. Reduced . . .$15,000
">ge acreage, small acreage, cabins grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. billing resumes, legal forms,
nes DOCKERY LAND CO. 114 An. Mr. Keenan ((305)) 678.3639. Itpd 5/8 NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. notary contracts simple wills, copies Graham. . . .10.5Ac,14.50Ac. . . . $1625/Ac.
J j own Rd.. Murphy NC 28906. Call Toll Measures 24x36", 25 cents each. Great reduce & enlarge, bookkeeping personal Country Club/Flume Rd. . . 9Acres . . .$49,000
TELEGRAPH
i ee I 1800.331.7947.fcan 86.116 BOATS for 135 patching W. Call St.and 964-6305.repairs. or small business. 218 S. WalnutSt. 230A & Wilson Rd. . . 4.78 Acres . . $12,000
1MOKEY MOUNTAINS. N.C. near .. Starke. W.W. Professional Office
Cherokee, lovely country cottages on COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent orale. Services 964-7777. 5/1 2tchg 5/8 Lawtey . . . . Acres . . . . $14,000
acreage view creek. Private Ideal '5'B" TRI-HULL ski boat with walk-thru Canon home copier $799; Canon ROOF COATING: $135 and u, one year Rd. 230E. . . . 40 Ac., Reduced . . . $90,000

ucai'on' area. Weekly $200-5300. windshield. 1979 Mercury 80 hp power home or office$1399.copier Rent$999 to ;own Canon for office as guarantee against leaks. Relevellng 37th St./Prim.Ch.Rd . . . 6 Acres . . $12,000
Seasonal 600900. Mention Ad Save trim 1982 Dilly trailer exc. cond., copier and repairs for mobile home. Free
305j) 964-1307 Icon 86-121 water skis, vests ropes included. little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP estimates. Best your rates In area. Call 301 S..93' & CB house . . . $85,000

20 ACRE' FARM: 2 BR, 2 bath home, pavj 964.6330 days or 964-7717 eves 5/1 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.5164.2/21 964.4680 anytime 7 days a week. 5/8 Waterfront Crosby Lake. . . 1 lot . . $25,000

road fenced tractor and equipan Itchg 5/8 tin' month.No 4tchg 5/29 Hammond Rd. . . . . 1 Acre. . . . $2,500
Excellent buy 89500. Owner OAT TRAILER and electric motor $300. ELECTRONIC down payment.ORGAN:Call$49.99 9646946.per tfn LAWN SERVICE: Reasonable rates.Phone Oklawaha River . . .3 Ac. HI/Dry. . . $15,000
> finance COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY Good condition Shady Oaks Trailer 964.4238.58TFHOUSECLEANING
) Box 207, Ft. White. Fla. 32038. Park 301 South Pauline Norman. Itpd MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. : Do good work. Have 301 S. . . . . .2 Ac. plus 2. . . . . $94,444
4 497.3305. Icon 86.120 5/8 $14.99 per month. Call RECORDER 9646946. tfn withdetachable references. 964-7203 after 3 p.m. Itchg 14 plus Acres . SW 75 St., near Hampton Lake. . $35,000

NORTH CAROLINA scenic mountain logo 15 It. BOAT: fiberglass; trailer excellent AM/FM/CASSETTE speakers (jam box). Sears 5/8 4 Ac. off Laura Ch. Rd---------- Vacant Prop. . . $10,000
-,o\ for rent on river. Cool comforTO'S condition., $650. Call 9646751. Itchg PIANO LESSONS: still some openings
': and convenient. Hiking fishing 5/8 like new. only $85. 7823660. jm TF left Call Debbie Woodfin 9648740. 301 Dairy Queen . . . Building. . . . $89,000

wIInmng. games on property. Many FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sole Itpd 327Reliable 2 lots W. Madison . .Owner Financed. . . $27,500
C-6 A
360/390 4bbl manifold motors
j- rations, close by. ((305)) 9434587. FMX transmissions rear; ends etc., Mobile Home Repair-Repairs of 4 acres Griffis Loop . . .Vacant Prop. . . $16,000

in 86 122 miscellaneous body parts, tires & mag all types Painting cool sealing, Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16 . . . $9,500

wheels. Gary 9648569. 3/20 TF pressure washing re-flooring skirting Mimosa & Bessent . . . .3 lots. . . . ea.$6,900

leveling and window sealing. Call 5 Oaks Subdiv . . . .1 lot . . . $10,000

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r anytime,. 5/1 4963462.Stpd. 6/19 25 years experience. Hwy. 16 W. . . . Lotsl&2. . . . $10,000

FLORI LAND Under Help Wanted Crosby Lake . . . Lot 22 . . . $17,000

M REALTY Country Club . . . . Lot 7. . . . . $8,000

301 North. . . . . 10 lots . . . . $125,000

964.7700 Country Club . . . . Lot 9. . . . . $9,500
m 964-5065 393 N. Temple Ave.
r Vernle P. Odom Broker-GUI Sampson Lake . . . .2 lots. . . . ea.$17,900

d American Home Week FOR LEASE Sampson Lake . . . . 1 lot. . . . $11,900
The Heart of America Free Notary Services
REALTOR wr'rog OR RENT
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houses:
.3 BEDROOM 1 bath nice home, low 1984 2 BR Mobile Home EVENINGSBILL

S30s. Compl. Furnished DODD 964-7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964.7188
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I 'I ACRE with well; owner finance AC "
Heat 964.6593
DOUGLAS
JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE
Graham
LOTS
: ar.o. owner financing
1 acre up. At Kingsley Lake NOVIS WARD 964-7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 -5 ACRES: 476'' on 301 South. $325/mo e SecurityCall RANDY CORY 475.2597

LOTS: zoned for trailers % acre tort Charles Parliament

acre, owner financed $500 964-7214 Eves
RESIDENTIAL down.

DUPLEXIN TOWN Low down payment and easy terms details.Commercial Building-Call for sit Jlchy S/B 496.26110ays I Classified! Always a Winner!

1986 DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2Ba with almost 6 acres set In pecan grove, only ( (.....-sow-... -=::':

S49,900. .
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB HOME: 4 BR, 2 Ba, too many extras to list. Must

see 'o appreciate.TWO .
.. MOBILE HOMES: Kingsley Lake area both rented buy one or both. /o. Residential

financing' available I LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. WATERFRONT sand bottomto ]
s TWO BEDROOM frame home on 5 lots Kingsley Lake area only 32000. L S
beautiful 3 BR, 2 Ba home, lake win Ice mobile home.
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: on 1 acre Beautiful lot, fruit trees, only 29900. 'Brokel see
.SUMMER BREEZES under these beautiful oak shaded lots. Has 3 BR, 2 Ba MH '. ". .WM? formal LR, DR, FR w/flreplace, Ready to move into. 25500.

with extras, built on nice quiet area near Kingsley lake. Only $28,000 large kitchen. In city best location. PINEBREEZE S/D: Brick 3 BR, |
WHY NOT GO ALL THE WAY with this immaculate DW 3 BR, 2 Ba FP. addl.tnnal I-
964-4522 '
/ bath sale
family room pool lots more on 1 acre. 1 priced $29,950.
AREA Executive
WESTMORELAND ST. Convenient to everything neat 3 BR, 1 Ba, hardwood STARK. FL. *LAKEWOOD home
BUY
EXCELLENT
Large
home in exclusive area, Crosby
floors good neighbors. South 301. Plaza .
STARTER 2 BR, I Ba home on Madison St. lovely shaded and fenced lot. __ Lake access. Quality construction. on 1.76 acres, cleared for

.NOW IS THE TIME TO ENJOY that lake home Priced in mld-30s. Waterfront Open Man. thru Frl. OfAt DICKSONfRetif PATTY KAY ELDER 4 BR. 2 Ba, many garden. Separate well & septic

property. ..30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 44-7333 __ RsV44544VLtZANNEKlTCHEN amenities. tank for MH., 38000.
CLARK ST.: conveniently located completely remodeled 3 BR, 2 Ba energy Set. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. > *AFFORDABLE LIVING Neat, *3 BEDROOM HOME: three-car
efficient home, $45.000.
PRATT ST. Large rooms, very attractive 2 BR 1 Ba home has fireplace paved 144-730 clean 2 BR, 1 Ba, In quiet garage on 21 acres, including 19

drive and more. neighborhood minutes from acres of nearly mature pine. On.

Ar LAST CHANCE to get 1 acre with fix-up MH for 10000. Appraisals for Residence Farm. Commercial Business town. Only 24900. ly $72.900.

COUNTRY LIVING yet close to town 2 acres with more available 3 BR, I Ba, e Your Full Service Real Estate Office COUNTRY CLUB AREA: brick, COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE but

FP kitchen equipped all this for 55000. 3 BR, 2 Ba, eat-In kitchen, LR, FR, convenient to city. You can have

COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL CORNER lot. Owner to 29 beautiful acres with this
HIGH POTENTIAL 269 sun porch, Ig. anxup
,INVEST. IN THIS UNIT (already rented) next to Bradford Square shopping Serious Investors: Take Notice! acres with possibilities ious. beautiful spacious 3 BR 2'/' bath

center.ESTABLISHED* BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit ren. galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR READY TO MOVE INTO: Clean home with many amenities. ABSOLUTELY .

LOTS tal complex full occupancy firm 16, approx. 3900 ft. adjoining inside and out. Shady Lot, city MUST BE SEEN TO BE

HOMESITE: 1 1.9 acre on hard road. Ready to build (terms available). cash down payment required. Starke Golf and Country water & sewer. Economy living TOTALLY APPRECIATED.

2 1/2 ACRES: to build on or put mobile home. Owner financing. CORNER SR 18 & 301: 14.87 Club. Timber valued at over at its best. $27,000. BRING ON THE HORSES &

NICE BUILDING LOT Susan on St.Faulkner Clair. 5000.Reddish Cash REALTOR or terms. acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 $131,000. See one of our full A HOME THAT DARES TO BE CATTLE: 49 Ac., 3 BR home, on

Sales Manager Evenings 964-4048 mi. to Gville.) time associates for mor4i In DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres. hwy. Priced right exc. terms.

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

Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 Tom Bement 964-6439. EDWARDS RD.: Adjoining den, llv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl Insulated ba, eat-In kit., great room, car

Louis LeeHardenbrook Young 964-7525 94-6527 Marty Karen Russell Adams 473-7694 964-4002 Bradford! Sq., 64x150 with Waterfront Lots. Building Lots windows, rng., refrg port, owner fin. $51,500.

* building. Mobile Home Lots & Acreage DW, CH&A, dble carport S ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In

LEE HARDENBROOK. APPRAISALS *ONE ACRE PLUS: commer Available In All Areas w/storage bldg. Sale priced at pasture 3 BR, 2 Ba, super kit '.

9646527COMMERCIAL. cial/industrial. S. 301 area. In city 73200. Add'i acreage avail. chen. 71900.
. FOR LEASE OR SALE: 38R. 2

RESIDENTIAL *CONVENIENCE STORE LOCA baths, on 2 acres CH/A,
Rentals Available We Invite Inquiries On Our Other
Carol Warner. REALTOR ASSOC. TION: 1 Acre on corner of 16 W w/fireplace. Near FSP and Properties
Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call us!
Property Management Division and Pleasant Grove Rd. Lawtey Correctional, $49.900.


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Hold your ears and face away from the wind when these huge CH-47 The British troops, have been stationed at Camp Blanding for the past
Chinook helicopters make a landing, as shown above at the approaching
the departure site for the British Paratroopers. two weeks and conducted airdrop operations! at the facility Tuesday.

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British paratroopers fill the skies over Camp Blanding. put together :'

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By Mark Prledlm agine your men visiting over in 'prop,jet turbine powered workhorse- "see the separate palmetto blades"in
BCT Staff Writer England are saying the opposite which features two large rear opening pitch darkness. MODERN DAY e '' P_
"It was a cream-puff jump, said '
about the weather right now. doors Pilots at Camp Blanding have
accomodating over twenty
one British paratrooper after he The usefulness ot the training exercise flown an estimated 390 missions during -
reached the ground. "Nothing like a troops or medium size pieces of field BARBERSTYLE t. ,
underscored the differing the operation.
by
was
equipment. The 10 CH-47's used in
nice, slow descent through '
sunny and landscapethe The attack helicopters use a
temperature this week's based
operation were at
Florida skies to make SHOP
your day. visitors found at Camp Blanding the Keystone Heights Airport during similar piece of equipment on their
British He was right. made their compared to the rocky,northern terrain their one-week stay in the area, missions," one of the officers
paratroopers remarked. "I'd hate to be on the
in the areas they usually trainin.
creating quite a stir among visitors
first jump at the Camp Blanding
when in their
and ground they get you
commercial pilots based at the
facility yesterday as part of a unique into sites, there's nowhere to hide."
"If we do ever have to jump a airpark.The Specializing in:
"exchange program" using giant third world nation for whatever turbine The helicopters are in action on an
CH-47 troop transport helicopters to in the high-horsepower jet around-the-clock basis during the Men's Ladies'and Children's Hair Cuts
reason or into, say, a country engines on the Chinooks gulp fuel at ,
airlift them to a remote, windswept will be much better two-week training period which will
Middle East, we
a prodigious rate and the large flat
drop-point where they tumbled from prepared for the different conditionsand blades windstorm end May 10. Come by and'enjoy the
stirring a on
up
the rear doors of the huge craft, if do As for those vital men on the
requirements we get a and
landing departure, forcing the
seven at a time in strict precision.The RELAXED ATMOSPHEREof
will be their time
chance to train in a program like waiting men to turn their heads to ground, they using
of paratroopers the 4th were Battallion 149 reservists 5th this one." avoid flying bits of debris, pine perfecting general soldier's and skills in-, our shop and treat yourself to the
In addition to training on U.S. needles, twigs and small bushes weapon qualification
Parachute Bradford Regiment which is basedin issue equipment, including the whipped up in the whirling winds. tergrating activities at the company BEST PRECISION HAIRCUT
England. At the same used for the and battalion level.
parachutes they exer- .
The Chinooks are piloted and serviced -
time the British troops were in the cise Tuesday,the British troops will by members of the Army During the training period active you have ever had
clear blue
skies Blan-
over Camp make one additional jump and Reserves' 190th Aviation Companyout duty soldiers stationed in Panama
ding, a National Guard Infantry replace the remainder of CompanyA of Olathe, Kansas and elements will be at Blanding operating as
company: from Tallahassee were in a field exercise and evaluation.It from Fort Mead, Maryland. The enemy forces in a realistic battle
leaping into a cold, stormy environ- is only the second time the 53rd training exercise. Lt. Col. LeLand
choppers support the British train-
ment participating in the exchange Brigade has been involved in a ing activities which also included Singleton,the 53rd's training officer, Yes, We Do APPRECIATE Your Business!
program coinciding with annual the first said the regular army troops will "
direct exchange program,
sling-loading jeeps and artillery "Thank You CSX Corp.
training at the by the 53rd In-
camp Central
in
assist creating a
coming in 1979.
frantry Brigade from Tampa. The exercise continued this weekon pieces British in addition paratroopers to the airdrops.The flew into. American low intensity guerilla 964-7303 Starke, Florida on 301 next to PiV/a Hut

"It was"pretty cold when we left a massive scale, even for Camp Jacksonville and loaded onboardthe warfare scenerio for the exercise.
England, Captain Geoff Snelling Blanding standards! with more than
commented after he bundled up his Chinooks for the last leg of their
chute and hiked over the barren 50 helicopters taking part in and sup- transcontinental journey to Camp .,......... ___A r'l
the airborne
porting operations in
dunes toward a of
waiting group Blanding.
addition to the tank and
camp's own
media people. "It's a big change of
units field
pace for most of the men who have artillery cises.: conducting exer- Other helicopter training missions
never visited the States before. It's Include air assaults and night vision
hard for most of them to believe thatit One fairly unusual aspect of the goggle training. The night vision
gets much hotter than this here operation is the use of the huge goggles are a specialized piece of Join Us In Our
during the summer months, I im CH-47 "Chinook" helicopter, a twin- equipment which allows pilots to

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Lady Tigers; Earn Place at 1A State Play-Offs, Down Mayo 10-4

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The UCHS Lady Tiger softball Hope starting things ott t by gettingon The first two Hornet batters singl- two singles got them as far as second Fal... Tiger lead.
Holding the first ball the
squad earned their place as one of first with an error. Fortenberryflew ed, but the second single worked for base. Mackey caught two fly balls Hope caught on
the and Hope caught one to keep the Neither team scored in the sixth fly in left field, but a Hornet
top lour 1A softball teams in the out to the right fielder and the Tigers as Daniels.picked up the
state of Florida this past Friday witha Curry singled to send Hope all the ball and sent it to Wheeler on secondfor score 8.2.When inning as field balls sent Mayo homerun sent the next batter over
10-4 victory over Mayo which gave way to third.Demetrice. the force out. the Tigers came to bat, they back to the in short order. the plate.
the Lady Tigers the Section 2 Championship swung hard and hit an Hope caught a fly ball off the third put up two more runs to up their lead Fortenberry, Mackey and Hope
inside-the-fence homerun that sent batter, but a single and an error sent to 8 with a score of 102. caught the three.In The third batter singled and
The Lady Tigers will travel to Hope and Curry in ahead of her for a two runners home. Fortenberry Demetrice flew out to right field the Tigers half of the sixth, Mackey caught another fly ball off
Bradenton next Thursday to meet 3-in-l homer that made the score 3-0. picked up a ground ball and sent it to but Desue and Mackey followed up Fortner flew out to third base, Hope the fourth. Another single and a dou-
Mradenton Christian in the first Desue flew out to the pitcher and Curry for the final out with the score with two singles. Webb whacked outa singled, Fortenberry flew out to ble sent one more batter in,but Fort-
round of the 1A State Softball Tour- Mackey was called out by the umpire at 32. lovely single that sent Desue home third and Curry flew out to left field. ner ended Mayo's hopes by catchinga
nament. The tournament will be for'stepping out of the batter's The Hornet threat didn't last long, and left Mackey on third. All the Tigers had to do to win the fly ball for the final out and a score
held in the G.T. Bray Complex in box. It was later discovered that the however, as a fired up Tiger offense Paige singled and forced Webb out game was hold Mayo down. A of 10.4 made the Tigers Section 2
Bradenton. batter's box had been improperly scored 5 runs. Fortenberry walked at second, but sent Mackey home scrambling Mayo offense scored 2 champions and one of the top four 1A
Tallahassee Maclay will meet Ft. marked off, but that was too late to and Curry took first on an error. Daniels flew out to short stop to end runs in the top of the seventh, but it softball teams in the state of
Lauderdale Westminster Christian save Mackey's hit. Demetrice singled to load the bases the inning at 10-2 1imf wasn't enough! to offset the Florida.Give .

at 2 p.m. and the Lady Tigers will and Desue smashed out a double _..._..... ..._ .
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meet Bradenton Christian at 4 p,m. Tlg.ri Hold Horneti... that sent both Curry and -
Winners of the two games will play The Lady Tigers held the Hornets Fortenberry home and left 1 ; ,
the championship game at 4 p.m. on scoreless during the second inning.An Demetrice on third. 1
Friday
error put one runner on base.
Mackey hit a ground ball to short
Hope caught a fly ball in left field(or
Tigers 10, Mayo 4 the first out. stop and was tagged out on first but
Demetrice went home on the play.
A strong Lady Tiger defense made A single and a walk loaded the
Webb whacked out a triple that turn-
the difference in the sectional cham- bases, but Fortenberry picked up a ed into inside the homerunon :
an park
pionship game against Mayo Fri- ground ball and tossed it to Paige for a Mayo error that sent Desue in ;
day. The Lady Tigers were able to the tag at the plate. Daniels ahead of her to make the score 82.
hold the Mayo Hornets to only four repeated the process by sending a and Daniels both
Paige were tagged -
ball to Wheeler second for the
runs in spite of the Hornets' ability on
out on first for the second and
final out with the score
with the bats. remaining
third outs to end the third inning
The Lady Tigers own batting was 3-0.
with the Tigers by 6 runs.
The Hornets threw on a strong up
coming on strong too, with The fourth inning passed with both
defensive attack that held the Tigers
Ocmetrice Thomas and Shawn .. ,
teams defense and
Desue leading scoring, both Lady scoreless in their half of the second playing strong .. a
neither team scoring. One Mayo run- 4
Tigers going 2.3 with 2 runs and 2 inning. ; + ;
ner made it to first, but that was it as
KBIs: each Lakeycia Webb went 2.3 Webb flew out to the third
Fortner and MA
Mackey caught two fly
baseman to start the inning with an
with 1 run and 2 RBIs. Both balls and
Fortenberry sent a pickedup
out. Paige went to first on an error 1fr4'
Demetrice and Lakeycia had ground ball to Curry for the outs. ,
1
homeruns. Daniels singled to send Paige to se-
'Or a'-3.
the bat Fortner hit
,
During Tiger a
cond. Fortner hit ground ball to second -
a
Surina Mackey was 1.2 with 1 run ground ball to short and \
stop was
to force Daniels out, but sent
and
1 2.4 with
RBI Tonya Curry was .JL
tagged out on first, Hope flew out to
2 runs, Hope Thomas was 2-4 with 1 Paige to third. Thomas flew out to the third baseman and Curry flew '
left center for the final out with the
run, Jana Fortenberry was 1-3 with 1 out to left center. Fortenberry was
run and Cassie Daniels was 13. score still 3-0 for the Tigers.
the base with
only Tiger on a single.
Jima Fortenberry took the mound

lor/ the Lady Tigers and pitched her Mayo Threatens... Tigers Up the Score..
21st victory of the season! with The Hornets put up 2 runs in the
Yveite Paige catching,Tonya The Tiger defnse continued to hold
Curryon third inning to threaten the Tigers'lead .
first, Beverly Wheeler on second, with a score of 32. Mayo scoreless in the fifth, although .
Cassie Daniels at short stop,Tracey '
Kortner on third, Hope Thomas in
.
left field Surina Mackey at left ..-' .......-.: .... ... '- \ ..
center Shawn Desue at right center, Primitive Baptist Church News .c- '!" -- -'. -..
Lakeycia Webb and (later) Latonia -
Jones in right field with Demetrice What Is Meant By Election? It All You've Got...

Thomas The Hornets as designated batted first hitter.and two This is the act whereby God chose certain individualsas Tracey Fortner, Lady Tiger third baseman swings ed Mayo's hopes and boosted the Lady Tigers into the

singles and an error threatened a His own out of all the inhabitants of the earth. This hard but is tagged out on first base in the Lady Tigers' state championship tournament being held today in I
score, but the Lady Tigers poured on occurred before the foundation of the world and is 10-4 victory over Mayo to clinch the sectional title. Bradenton with the Lady Tigers meeting Bradenton
accomplished -
(the defense and kept their runners Fortner caught the final fly ball of the game that end Christian al 4 p.m. in the first round.
from crossing the plate. according to the will and purpose of God.

Mackey caught two fly balls and "According as He (God) hath chosen us (the saints) in ------- ----

Foi tcnberry picked up a ground ball Him (Christ) before the foundation of the world, that we
and sent it to Curry for the third out.
should be holy and without blame before Him in love."

Tigers Leap Out Front... Eph. 1:4.: WE KNOW

The Lady Tigers put up 3 runs in In Psalms 33:12: ] we find these words: "Blessed is the -- NIIfIIEfI'1 4
their half of the first inning with nation whose God the Lord : HOW SPECIAL
is ; and the people whom He ; 1 1g11'

hath chosen for His own inheritance." From these and P JL11 SHE IS.

numerous other scriptures we find that election as iilw

FLA.TWIN THEATRE taught in the Bible is the act of God in eternity, before 0

Starke 964-5451 the world began, whereby God selected or chose some tl PRICES EFFECTIVE BEGINNING

Open Every Night out of every nation kindred, tongue and tribe to be His rilUKSOAY.TIIIUIWEDNESDAY. MAY 8th.

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Starts Friday, May 9 regeneration all those who were chosen of God before JLEISCHMANN'S

TOM HANKS SHELLEY LONG the foundation of the world and redeemed by the bloodof -

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The Bible gives the title "elder" to preachers.

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The Bullgod's top ace was supurbin still positive Indian Head Coach Jim \, -.1\;' '''''. .., ,, -- -
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} the contest striking out seven Indians Gawriluk after the final out."Our
I : Sports! WriterTwo batters and in complete con- hitting put us here in the sectionalsbut
of the top pitchers in the area
duel trol of all\ his pitches. Stanley, a we just didn't have the answersfor
wont head to head in an exciting
senior in his last outing for KHHS Grady tonight. Lee and Daryl
Mike
Friday night but in the end also gave the Bolles\ batters plenty to both pitched very well. I'm proud of t

Grady of Bolles prevailed and over the worry about, giving up just two hits them both. We just couldn't come up
fellow Lee
lofty Stanley earned before being with the big hits tonight."
and runs
schoolbaseball no +,', rn
Keystone Heights High relieved by Daryl Taylor in the sixth The Indians, who finished with a r1 P h
in the sectional
team 3-1
record their chances
inning 14.11 saw to go
playoffs to earn their fourth straight foiled for the fourth
But Grady didn't walk a batter to state straight
berth in the state 2A championship and that was the difference in the time by the Bulldogs. KHHS went to
finals as the Bulldog baserunners the "final four" for the first time in
The name! was a tense, exciting affair game
on-base 1982.
made the most of their few br.Mr
in Jacksonville with a big, loud
opportunities. "It's a shame there has to be a .rr
crowd of KI1HS supporters who outnumbered r c .
"It's a tough one to lose but you loser in a game as well-played as
their Bolles counterparts fora have to hand it to them they did the this one was," commented Bolles
.ilmost 2-1 but saw their dreams Asst.! Coach John Reed echoing the
little things they needed to do late in ,
state playoff season go down on the tT'1R
of the game to win it commented a opinions of many from the Jacksonville -
-treneth' Gradv's left arm.
; press corp who got an eyefull of
____.__ __'_ ."' .JII KHHS for the first time during the
contest. "It starts to get obvious

what an outstanding program you ;
have down there when the teams

make it so far year after year. It's a R I
fine rivalry."
The Indians defeated the Bulldogs
2-1 on a Daryl Taylor three-hitter
earlier in the season but couldn't
g TTTL come up with enough offense Friday
night to support a fine outing by

Stanley.The Indian. batters looked as if d .... -

they were going to score early in the .:c-. ,of't" -
kr top of the first inning when Matt ..
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was up next and singled sharply up l
the right field line but the shot forced Big Slide... II\

i"I ,-,. Geiger out at second, leaving one Aaron Stanley wax called out on this fimtrovrrhial Yonge in the lU'xioiial .-..II" Itelore losing lo Holies '
....... runner on first and one out. Todd play at home during district action. 3-1 in the Sectional !game last l-'i'iil.iy. ni:.\ht in JavkMtnviNe. -
.. ... Grilliot was up next and he also hit a The Indians conquered two area opponents in the .
single which also forced Scott out at listl'ict 8 2A |>la>offs, then heat sivlh-ruuked I'.K.
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Tigers Finish Second in District with 13-14 Season RecordThe


UCHS Tigers finished the David Bass had 1 run. half of the first inning with Bass drive in both Godwin and Carter. defense came back strong to hold out on first after hitting a ground
baseball season with a 13-14 record Shealy spent the full seven inningson starting off with a single. Parrish The third out caught Rogers on base, them there. ball to the second baseman. Mallard
and the number two spot in the the mound while Bass served as made it to first, but forced Bass out but the Tigers were in the lead by a Shealy pitched another strike out flew out to the pitcher. Green singled
district tournament after defeating catcher. Mallard was on first, at second on a fielder's choice. score of 60.Hilliard and Mobley caught a fly ball and and went to second on an error.
Hilliard 9-2 and falling to Temple Rogers on second, Parrish at short Mallard singled and sent Parrish all then picked up a ground ball and Mobley flew out to right field to end
Christian 81.Tiger. stop and Mobley on third. the way to third and then stole second Scores One... sent it to Mallard on first for the the Inning with the Tigers still up by
Carter was in left field Smith at himself. Two singles and third out.Hilliard. 5 runs at 61. _
a Tiger error put
9, Milliard and Godwin in Green
center right. Green singled and sent Parrish
one Hilliard runner over the plate in held the Tigers scorelessin
Kevin Shealy added another pit- served as designated hitter. home and Mallard to third, setting t the second inning, but the Tigers the second as Parrish was tagged See Tigers.!_. See Page 8
ching up the next score.
victory to his record with the
9-2 win over Hilliard, pitching 5 Tiger Talc Early Lead... Mobley beat a ground ball out and 01 -
strike outs and one walk. The Tigers shut down Hilliard ear- was safe on first, but no score was
Stacey Green and Rick Carter led ly on with Shealy pitching a strike registered. Godwin singled to send OFOeeumaalerewrm.rr
scoring for the Tigers,both had 1 run out and then picking up a ground ball Mallard home and the bases remain
and 2 RBIs. Lee Parrish and Dwight and sending it to Mallard. Catcher ed loaded. 8o." ..._ ',1.
Mallard had 2 runs Tommy Mobley Bass nabbed a foul fly ball for the Carter singled to drive in both DIllllull
and Jim Godwin had 1 run and 1 RBI third out.TheTigers. Green and Mobley and Rogers
each. BB Rogers had 2 RBIs and six in their followed
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Fourth Annual 5 K & 1 Mile Fun Run

: << Sponsored By Bradford Hospital, Inc. and Bradford Hospital Center for Health & Fitness

Data: Saturday, May 10. 1986

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Time: 8:30: a.m. 5 K ((3.1 Miles)
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Coach Bill Browning cues Jasper White to keep on they finished as the number 2 team. in the dl t..lct. Entry Fee: $1.00 for 1 Mile Fun Run. $6.00 for 5 K entries postmarked May 2, 1986.
running home as he rounds third in the Tigers' final White look the base for Stacey (...el'nho sot up theplay $'3.nf) IIftllr.
game of the season against Temple Christian.The while Jim (Gd\\in singled to sriulhilo home ,
Tigers fell 8-1 with Uhitc's run the only score us Late
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Tigers Down Hilliard 9-2 '.

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shealy's only walk of the game, caught Mobley on second with the too close to first and a quick thinking Shealy pitched a strike out and 8 1 In the first, Bass went to first on
one error and one single sent Tigers up by 7 runs at 9-2 Hilliard fielder caught Carter off picked up a ground ball and sent it to Temple Tigers an error, but three outs In swift succession
another Hilliard runner home in the base in the same play. Mallard for two outs and Smith The Tigers luck didn't hold out as caught him there.
third I inning, but the Tiger outfield Thr.. Up, Thr.. Down... Smith walked and stole second. caught a fly in centerfield to round they met a very strong offensive and Two more Temple runners went
came on strong to end their try at The Tigers were unable to score Bass singled and sent Smith to third. out the inning. defensive squad in Temple Chris- home in the second on two singles,a
evening the score with Godwin catching Bass stole second, but the third out double and an error. Green pickedup
through the rest of the but
two fly balls in right field and they also poured on the game defense to caught them there as Parrish flew In the Tigers' half of the sixth, tian.Green pitched most of the game a ground ball and sent it to .
tarter catching one in left. Milliard from out to centerfield. Mallard hit a foul fly which the and Mobley came in for relief in the Mallard on first. Both Green and
scoring.
The Tigers didn't have much luck keep First baseman Mallard the Hilliard catcher nabbed. Mobley fourth. A tough pitching game saw Carter caught fly balls to end the in-
t ti. mg to increase their lead in the key defensive player in the fifth was inn Sorry, No Scor... made it all the way to second on er- Green walk 3 and strike out only 1.a ning with the Tigers down by 3 runs.
I third Godwin singled and went to se- ing as Shealy, Parrish and Mobleyall In the sixth inning a mishandledbunt rors and Godwin Flew out to left very unusual occurence for the In the Tigers' part of the second secondon
nd and Carter walked.An field.The third out caught Mobley on who about Mobley singled and went to
l'lI on an error sent him balls and he made the put a Milliard runner on first, strong junior averages 8 ealked and
error sent Godwin on his to second and the score remained 92. strike outs and 1 walk an error. Godwin
way three tags in swift succession.The but that was it for the opposition as per game. bases.
third,. but a quick recovery by the Tigers started off with two the Tigers came back with Shealy Mobley walked 5 and struck out Carter singled to load the
In the top of the seventh, all the Smith tapped out a bunt which got
Milliard defense him
tagged out
outs in the fifth as Carter walked and operating as the focal point of the and
there Carter was tagged out on second Rogers hit fly ball that caught defense Tigers had to do was hole them and two.Temple started off with one run in Mobley tagged out at the plate
a was
attempting to steal the base they did that very well. Shealy the first inning as a single, a bunt,a the third out caught the Tigers with
and Rogers flew out to the center- -. ...,,_. -- started things off by striking out the walk and an error sent one runner three men still on base.
t it-Icier for the final out. < .1;;":"' "y <- ': r t I I. rlux first batter. Smith and Godwin both home. Green pitched a strike out One more Temple runner made it
r 'Ij > caught fly balls for the remainingtwo Smith caught a fly ball in centerfieldand home in the third on two singles, a
Tlg.rl Add Thr..... "\ W'.a I outs and the Tigers emerged victorious Green picked up a ground ball
It was three up, three down for ), ',,' '"p: :;!i' : .,: at 92. and sent it to Mallard for the outs. See Tig_ rs... See Page 11 i
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Ira : \ t'I' Daniel Bass for' Shirk from 19711976.\ lie retired Mack C.Jones The Lord God took you away to
Daniel after\ 33 years! of service and was a Mr. Mack C. Jones, 73 of Starke rest in peace with him forever.
( Bass! 31, of ,
:Mr. : ( : WW II Army Veteran. Praises be to God Almighty. We will "Those who are at war
died Wednesday, Apr. :30 in died Thursday! May I 1,1986, in Brad-
si.trkc, \ Survivors include his wife Mrs ford meet again !some day. with others are not at
Hospital Jacksonville, County Hospital after short illness "
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Helen Kli/.ubcth Mersereau With love peace withthemselves.
lollowinK t l I en death sister, Mrs Lois The Whole Family William Hazlrtt
Horn ,/ : ) 2\1! 1955! in Fernandina Glasgow; one Mr. Jones moved to Starke in 1941
( '. Bass moved to Lawtey in Johns, both of Starke. held Saturday from Macon, Georgia, where he was
; was employed by Kagcrlon: Funeral services were born September 6, 1912. He was a
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inrmlxT t>. He was a member of Nth retired heavy-equipment mechanicfor Thank You
Patton of-
with Hev. Jerry
t Church of Jacksonville Chapel E. I. Dupont. lie was a Baptist.
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,'III'I'd \ Clay-Ciiillie Hunt Club, I liciating. Interment was in Kingsley Survivors! include his wife Ann B. Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended -
:No: Lake Cemetary under the of Starke.direction Jones of Starke, a daughter, MableK. comforting sympathy and SISTER SOPHIE RAYLENE
| FUlll'l'alllome I
.n.nl.ible. of Jones McCarthy of Keystone Heights; help in our recent sorrow. S.rlt..1.
A '!! include his mother, two sisters, Evelyn J, Tidwell of For the beautiful service, floral offerings RaaderUdvisor
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iliieelinn I ( I It. Jordan' Jackson Luella! Georgia and Lillian J. Edwards and other kindnesses,we are (Special Prle with Coupon)
) C'aI'd of"Thanks
', 61r.Lloyd Jordan, of Orlando; a brother, Homer deeply grateful. If pee arc lost and tfm't knew I1hrRf6hum .
'; paternal grand The family of Donald A Graves (). Jones of Atlanta, Georgia; and A special thank you goes to Doyle ,cuss It IM Hill..lIfut.MHiouth pen
!'\ : Mrs Kills: i Bass, Trenton; would like to express their appreciation two grandchildren. Archer and Rev. James Roebuck of (have MM ether roadori, see visit with
SISTER! SOPHIE MYLENE iiill eomino
:Mr. : hers, Earnest L. Bass, I for the I kindness shown during Funeral services were held Sunday Blackwelder Free Will Memorial that you art somebody. iiin She .hii you thepewer
siarkc. Park, !Lemaul & Mark, I his passing of their husband and May 4, at 3:30: p.m. in the Baptist in Worthington.The from led It ".1, olficn that need
inllowinn, ; Iwo sisters, Mrs. C.iroly.. father. Special (thanks to Archie chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral l.lllislon Family help,
ville & Mrs. Sharon Butler, Tanner... Home with Hev. John Ross conduc- She nil heal jour ilohnou,your soirees,
Horn Slarkl'1'( '. ling the services. Burial was held at low. sorties! she sill h.lp! you to belts
t uid he Dyal Ccmelary under the directionof pit,more monty,In iloknttt,In love,IMF-
ts
; ldl' services! were held Card of Thanks Archie Tanner Funeral Home of 1 I(1rN( tr r riiio and how I. elm the ono you Ion,your
u.is a lucky number" and dales,whwo to find loot
:3 l at Lake this Slarke.
i hunch of May Crosby We would like to lake opportunity trtielti, how It romono tunt or the till
II I \ ( Starke, with Rev Paul In say thank you to the many .yt,or any olhor bid luck
ol hll'lll1g I lie services. Ar- friends and loved ones lor I the Slate
pany Sueootdt
Sophie Rnyltnt Whorl
were handled by Jones the In
\' : Mowers, Runt and prayers during MemoryIn Olhor. Hot Failod.
Home of Slarke. mill death of our father and Maybe your scales don'tshow
sickliest
Martha : : ; Hour! 10:00: a.m. 1.00: a.m. -1 Dayttitan
of late Hev.
luisband. loving memory the it,but the fact is your nab I Lnlq, II 'mj Ml I
Monica : ;
Mrs ; A special thanks to Archie Tannerand Dewitt Hathcock, Sr., who passed body changes its weight Private! Coniullatlon ((904)) 782,3125r
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Donald I) old ( ester Glasgow his staff, also Hudy Chism. away one year ago today May from minute to minute. |
Dolores\ !; Chester Glasgow, 75, The family ol_William Taylor Scott.: I9K5.! ..., --
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.ill of ,' llegional Hospital,
mother, a long illness
( '11\ January 15, 1911\ in Rector\
!Mr. Glasgow moved to
Jav. \ years ago from Palatka.
i ''hurch in !! a member of First 1 /
Kr ant Church, Starke, a "THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR PR1CE..QUAUTY..SERVICE! /
Long of the American Legion
,direction! Lodge 35, Florida
Home( ol Assoc. He was Fire Chief

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leading .429 average, was up next with Grady in the top of the second. head-first slide just under the tag. dirt past Indian catcher Terry Har- ing when Brian Everts was hit by a first advanced to second on a passed
and Grady struck him out on a Aaron Stanley and Terry Harvin But Geiger and Scott Grilliot both vm. The next batter popped up a pitch stole second in a shower of ball. That sent Coach Gawnluk to
beautifully hanging curve ball. both struck out and the bespectacled grounded out on hard-hit balls and shallow fly ball, a spinner, over dust, then went to third when the the mound and Taylor came in to
Then it was Stanley's turn to show Grady got Daryl Taylor on a ground the Indians were still scoreless.The shortstop Daryl Taylor that forced Bolles catcher over-threw into relieve Stanley.The .
off. He got the first batter on a weak ball to short. first of the Bolles runs came in him back behind third. The ball tail- centerfield But Grady fanned Todd next hitter did all the damageit
pop fly to Rich Vey in right field, Stanley had one of his best inningsin the top of the third. Stanley got the ed off to Taylor's right in the breeze Grilliot and Aaron Stanley, both big would take a perfect bunt punched
walked the number two man on a full the second inning as well, gettingthe first batter on an infield pop-up to and bounced off the tip of his hitters for the Indians during the to shortstop Paul Akridge allow
count then got in the groove and the first three on weakly hit Aaron Stanley on first, walked the outstretched glove. Taylor season, and got Harvin to ground out ing the runner on third to beat the
struck out the third and fourth bat grounders to his infield. next batter, then picked him off witha recovered the ball quickly and threwto to third to end the inning. play to the plate. Akridge got the
ters on a variety of pitches to end the Vey came up with a one-out single fine move to his brother beatingthe Geiger at second,getting the bat- The Indians finally got to Grady in final out on a grounder throw-out to
Innin into center field in the top of the runner back to the bag with a ter, but not before the runner on second the top of the fifth for one run but the Stanley on first but the damage had
Indian batters had no luck at all third. then stole second on a diving, perfectly timed throw scored, putting the Bulldogs up host team came right back with one been done and the Bulldogs were up
The next batter hit a single over 1-9 of their own in the bottom of the inn
F aaae tar. aaatr a a ... ertr attarrY re.e second base into shallow centerfieldand The Indians put the tying runneron ing to maintain their one-run lead. 21.Grady bore down in the top of the
THERE'S A NEW FURNITURE OUTLET went to second on a pitch in the third in the top of the fourth inn- In the top of the inning Daryl sixth when the Indians needed a ral
Taylor cracked a single that bounced ly.The cool and collected lefthander
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Located at '' single into left. Daryl Taylor scoredon the bottom of the inning on a single
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OLIN'S't: : I (' FI1 trying to stretch his single into a Daryl Taylor got on first on an error -
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HOME CENTER I The game was tied at 1-1, but Grady got Aaron Stanley on a pop
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Secret Pal or Prat er Partner. punched a single into shallow centerfield : seniors but we have some skill
"THIS IS NOT 'TRAILER' FURNITURE! I 1 1N'e i The man on second went to returning as well" Coach Gawriluk
I 1 third on a balk, then the runner on said. "We'll be back."
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Roberts. Car Overturns the ditch where it rolled over, according employee fired after he was charged in Putnam County He was convictedof
Lawtey Man The pilot, Robert McCarthy Driver Receives to Deputy Joe Spalding Con with stealing state property was grand theft In February.
Shot in JaxA Talum, Sr., (fit), of Jacksonville and done was taken to Bradford Hospitalby sentenced April 7 to probation,$5,000in Pittmon was sentenced by Circuit
his four passengers escaped without Minor Injuries Rescue 2 for observation. fines and a possible ten month jail Judge R. A Green,Jr. to five years',
31-year-old Lawtey man died April injur according to TrooperKohtTls. Damage to the Ford was $2,500. sentence. probation, two fines totaling $5,000
30 as the result of a shooting in a Carolyn J, Condone 33, of Hampton Condone was cited for careless driving Troy Frank Pittmon, 53, was and two months in the Union County
Jacksonville restrauant-lounge Tatum, .111 employee ol FSP, was received minor injuries when said Spuldine. assistant maintenance supervisor at j jail'
parking lot. on his way lo FSP Employees Appreciation her 1977 Ford overturned April 29 on UCI, until he was charged in October
Arvey Daniel Bass, was shot in the Day lest ivities, SK-100 near Keystone Heights. with grand theft. Piltmon paid his fines and on April
i lorehead as he and Danny EagiTton The airplane was lisled as a total Condone was eastbound on SR-100 Fired UCI Employee Prison Inspectors said Pittmon 22 the judge vacated the sentence
were leaving Annie-Tiques on Bay loss, valued at $,IOUno()( ), at 8-14 p.m. when her vehicle went Sentenced in TheftA took kitchen and bathroom cabinets and withheld adjudication, accor-
Meadows Road.( Arrested and charged out of control, travelled across the made by inmates from stateownedm..h.l. ding to Assistant State Attorney Jon
rnnHwav onto the shouldera Ift'- Union Correctional Institution .. Bostwick, Phillips,
with the murder is.25-year-old Anthony CorrectionDamon ,,' .' "" "."'" .-..", .. .. -- '" .. "' .." ....... ,, .. ...' ". ... ... ,.,,' to.. his.....,.house. ..... In ..,. .
Joseph Stanfa.Stanfa 1 \\hitaker was arrested ... -.. .. .. ". .. ... .. . '1(1( _.
and Ea'gerton had been involved April ::11I101'<> dealing in stolen property
in a confrontation earlier in- according" to Investigator John J
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side the restraurant, according to
Til,ley., ATelrgniphbriel incorrectly .
Lt Jim Suber. As Bass and Eagerton slated a boal motor" was lound in DORTU FLODgftl (
were leaving at 1 a.m. Slanfa Whll"IH""s'l'IlIl le. The motor was mJmmmmMmWmtimmmSmSSimm
and Bass became involved in an found in the woods, said Tilley. We
argument in the parking lot. Al thai apologi/e for I he error. ]
time Stanfa drew a ..31l'UII hl'I' ChryslerPlymouth.nYsl_
revolver and !shot Bass once in (he
forehead, said Suber. Lake Geneva Girl I
Bass was a plumber for Eagrrlon
Released From Shands Inc.
Plumbing in Jacksonville.No Dodge
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InjuriesIn ii: >ear-old Lake Geneva; girl "" U.S. 301 Starke, Fl 32091
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25th Anniversary... Union Correctional Flower Show Set

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Superintendent T. L. Barton announces over 3500 visitors in recent years. ty in 1984. scape plants. The 75 inmate students proud of the results and believe that lions such as the Florida Federation
Union Correctional Inslitu.lion's For many years this event was heldin Last year's Flower Show was In the Ornamental Horticulture pro- they are ready for the best show of Garden Clubs and the Florida
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary the log cabin clubhouse across cancelled due to the severe freeze in gram have made great progress in ever. Nurserymen and Growers contributions
Flower Show featuring succulentsand SR-16 from the institution. The show January which caused extensive rebuilding the plant collection. They Through the years the program to this inmate training pro I
UCI hundreds Training Building of other May plants 15-17.at the was moved to the new training.facili damage to the greenhouse and land. and t.h Instructor! :. Mr. Gaskill, are. has received support from organisa gram.

The Flower Show is under the
direction of Mr. Ken Gaskill, Instructor
and Mr. James W. Miller a
Educational Program Manager. All In recognition of National Hospital Week
plant materials have been grown n
and nurtured by inmate students :i'a.a11" May 11-17, 1986
who are learning the horticulturetrade. 4L2
Bradford Hospital will provide
Visitors will receive a free
souvenir plant and relreshmens will

be Hours served.for the Flower Show are: Free Health
Thursday- Noon to 9 p.m.; Friday-
a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Saturday-a.m.
to 3 p.m.
The site of the Flower Show is just Screeningsto
west of the institution on State Road
16. Signs will direct visitors to the tl
Training Building. UCI is located in r }
Union County approximately 10 the public
miles west of Starke on SK-16 or two
miles northeast of Raiford. Wednesday, May 14, 1986
The first Flower Show was held in
Y 8:00: a.m. noon and 4:00: 7:00 p.m.in .
exhibited 1M1 and ten by divisions the inmate of plants students were in .; '... ',;4....... .t.;: :. .;, .J._..... "::'.-k .. .. ..... the hospital LibraryThe

the program. From that beginning UCI Sets Flower Show May 16-17...
the show has been an annual event Clvitan Blood Mobile will conduct a blood drive
and has grown tremendously from These 15 Union Correctional Inmates Mill participate Their instructor Kenneth Gaskill, is the fourth from from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Bradford Hospital.
the 400 visitors at the first show to In the 25th Anniversary UCI Flower. Show in the or- the left, standing behind the back row.
ii.iiiieiUal horticulture! division.
Screenings to be offered include:

BC Traffic ArrestsThe .. Anemia
Blood pressure and temperature
Hearing

following arrests for traffic reco nizance. accident, according to Deputy Sam- Thomas Dewey Land of West L Vision
violations were made in Bradford Robert Allen Spradling of Starke my Eunice. At his first appearance Palm Beach was arrested May 7 for .. Cholesterol ((8:00: a.m noon only)
County by local authorities. was arrested May 2 for having an expired Judge George H. Pierce dismissedone DWLS, according to Patrolman Glucose ((4.00 7:00: p.m. only)
tag,according to Sgt. Reno.He charge of DWLS and leaving the Devereaux. Bond was set at $105.75, "Requires a fasting period of 12 hours.
Eric Luigic Vaccara, 21, of was released on a$41.50 surety bond. scene of an accident.Bond was set at he was released on his own .J
Jacksonville was arrested May 3 for $105.75 and 59.75, cash or surety on recognizance.
driving while license suspended James Williams, 33, of Lawteywas the remaining charges. "Hospitals Make Healthy Neighbors"For
(DWLS) and expired tag, accordingto arrested May 6 for DWLS, ac- Durwood Allen Neal of Ocala was
Sgt. W. C. Reno. He was released cording to Patrolman Marc Moses Lee Caine of Raiford was arrested May 6 for NVDL accordingto more information contact:
after a $251.50 surety bond was Devereaux. Williams was stoppedfor arrested May 7 for no valid driver's Trooper Calvin Pace. A computer BRADFORD HOSPITAL, INC.
posted. traveling 46 mph in a 30 mph license (NVDL), according to check revealed Neal was wanted in 922 E. Call Street
speed zone. Williams was further Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond Marion County for perjury and A Starke, FL 32091
James Daniel Sapp of Lawtey was charged on a capias with two counts was set at $100.75, he was releasedon NVDL. He was released after a (904) 964-6000, ext. 360
arrested May 3 for driving under influence of DWLS and leaving the scene of an his own recognizance. $7,210 cash bond was posted. t A member ol Santa Ft Healthcare:" Systems
(DUD), according to Sgt. .
Reno. Sapp's blood alcohol contentwas
.09 percent. He was released ..
after a $362.50 surety bond was
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Stare William Sumner, 65, of Orian Wells Lake Chevy-Olds Announces the Lowest GMAC Finance Rates
was arrested May 3 for DUI,

Sumner's according.15 percent.blood Bond to alcohol Patrolman was set content at $362.50 Reno.was, EVER. AVE Money 2 Ways 1)) Finance Rates 2)) Beat the Price Increase.We .

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Temple turned a double play in the ---- ...
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Parrish flew out to centerfield and OS
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Green was tagged out. =
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caught fly balls for the outs and the 6.9 %
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In the Tigers'half of the fifth,Bass
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The Tigers put one run over the ,
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Bradford County Traffic Court Finals April 29The


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following defendants appeared proper tag; was ordered to pay $25 Paula D. Thornton pled guilty Tony L. Henderson pled guilty to proper tag; ordered to pay $49.50.
to citation dismissed
ing sign was by
in Bradford County Traffic court costs. NVDL valid license
produced and unlawful
;
speed; ordered to pay Arvey D. Bass pled guilty to driving
Court April 29 before Judge George William C. Miller pled guilty was ordered to pay $10 court costs. $71.50. while intoxicated DWI; fined the state attorney.Joe .

If. Pierce. NVDL; produced valid license and Walter Brown pled guilty NVDL; Todd J. Frazier pled guilty Improper $362, license suspended six months, Curtis Harmon pled guilty
Thomas L. Moore pled guilty no was ordered to pay $25 court costs. ordered to pay $100.75 or produce driver license; produce valid 50 hours community work Salvation DWI; fined $362 under Salvation Ar-
valid driver license (NVDL) Moore William E. Smith pled guilty driv- license and pay $49.50. license and pay$49.50 or pay $100.75. Army supervision, attend DWI my supervision, license suspendedsix
months attend DWI school and
produced valid license and was ing while license suspendedDWLS Manley C Hinely charged with no Terrell D. Jenkins pled guilty Improper school. ,
ordered to pay $10 court costs. ( ) produced valid license and tag; produced tag and was orderedto tag; ordered to pay $49.50. Delray L. Covington pled guilty complete 50 hours community work.
William C Miller pled guilty im ordered to court costs. Richard Irving Jones pled no con
was pay $35 pay$25 costs. Elmer W. Williams pled guilty im- improper tag; case dismissed. test driving while license suspended -

Covington pled guilty unlawful sentenced week in
-- --- ; to one )jail,
speed; fined $41,50.Misdemeanor .
waived all costs and fine. Fined
$41.50 for a charge of careless driv

Melrose & Sfarke Margaret Printz Court pled guilty wor- ing.Jabe Cleveland Myrick pled guilty
thless check TG&Y; ordered to DWI; fined $624.50, license suspended -
make retitution and pay $45 court five years, ten days in jail, attend
costs. DWI school under Salvation Army
Store Gene Leroy Todd pled no contestto supervision one year.
disorderly conduct; placed on six Jabe Cleveland Myrick pled guilty
months court probation, must DWI; fined $1149.50, license
Get Your News violate no laws and pay $100 court suspended ten years, 30 days in jail
costs. concurrent with above case. Third
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charge of DWI dismissed by state at-
Docket Day Calendar
torney.
Car Al Douglas Bullock pled guilt Olan Stafford Waldron pled guilty
driving while licnese suspended; DWI ; fined $1,149.50, license
sentenced to ten days county jail on suspended ten years, 30 days in jail,
weekends, make restitution $75, credit for 32 days, Salvation Army "1
m Battery placed on Salvation Army superv- probation one year. I
: &tt:1 sion 30 days. Waldron pled guilty driving while
] For Summer George Washington Cruce pled license suspended; sentenced to ten
:: guilty to wilful-wanton reckless driv-- days in jail, 50 hours community
Driving ing; fined $362 and ordered to attend work thru Salvation Army supervI-
DWI school. The state attorney sion for six months.
24 Month' Heavy Duty dismissed a charge of driving while Waldron pled guilty driving while

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK intoxicated against Cruce. licnese suspended; fined $100.75,
Daniel Patrick Hawes pled guilty Salvation Army supervision one
$ 9 52. to a reduced charge of wilful-wanton year. One charge of DWI, a chargeof
OVERNIGHT DELIVERIES ON MOST PARTS. 2 9 reckless driving; fined$362, must at- DWLS, two charges of no tag and i
tend DWI school, placed under one charge of refusing to sign a citation t
Hwy. Melrose Eo Call St. Sta.a iii! Salvation Army supervision for six were dismissed by the state at- 3

r:::: =C320 months. Charges of DWI and refus- torney. :'f,.
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Starke resident Freddie* Stephenswas pected the government to appeal thearbitrator's .t

awarded $224,000 by a Federal award. ',.'
Court arbitration panel in Jackson- Stephens was injured in Januaryof

$[ $ ( tm I 1 ville May 1 for injuries sustained 1982 when he fell down the steps of "s .
when he fell down at the U. S. Post the post office in Starke. At the timeof !
Office in Starke.Representing the accident the post office did not '.
have its outside light on or the lobby p!
0 Stephens was local light on. The government concededthat i.jl
attorney Terence Brown. Attorney the lights were not on, but :
Brown stated that he felt that argued that there was sufficient out '!
Stephens' award was just considering side lighting provided by city street .
LItll
the nature of the injuries suffered light. Assistant U. S. Attorney ,
by Stephens. The United States Dorothea Beane also argued that :
Government has twenty days in Stephens knew that the post t office .j
which to appeal the arbitrator's lights were off and he went into the :
{ award. Attorney Brown would not post office and therefore assumed t
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Bradford, Clay and Union County customers for their


to 'I support and continued 1 patronage. Stop by during 1 1r : the responded Bradford to 98 County calls Rescue during Unit the Hospital in Jacksonville.
Twenty-two oi the calls illness
\1 month of April, according to Supervisor were .;
fjiifo 1 I 2N 1 related. Thirteen people were
of Emergency Services Cliff
Chapman. suffering from respiratory problemsand


'\1\ TO CELEBRATE: OUR Olli:-YEAIt AHtlia'E IISA... U ... Sixty transporting.Four of 62 calls patients required. and the 38 transporting requiredno trauma Seven seven and calls were an were another cardiac to patients.seven people were in

trauma from vehicle
\\"t OFD EC EST calls were handled by the cident. One resulting was a in ac- ."
d OFFERED person an emo-
>*> back-up unit. Two patients were tional crisis, two were obstretic patients .
transported by ShandsCair and
ON ALL VEHICLES one and were dead It-
JIJ by Stat Flight. when the unit arrive
Bradford Rescue assisted Rescue
1I Eleven calls were cancelled and
FINANCED AT 50 with one run.
seven were false alarms.
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o I ) ft otors Hospital.transported Six were people taken were to Bradford taken to Fire Report)

North Florida Regional Hospital, The Quick Respone-10 Unit made
four' to Alachua General Hospitaland three runs in April. One to a vehicle

Througj:' Month of May three to Shands, all in fire and two to structure fires, said
Gainesville. Chapman.
One transport was
taken to Recepton Medical 1 Center at
M' Lake Butler and one to Memorial Rescue 961.6161
1980 Honda '
83Fdge .
u' Civic Wagon Arrests in Bradford I
Dolt ... s PECIAt CountyThe
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D o $1600 Cash
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( 8' L; < -I follow arrests were made In was arrested MayTlor lorgery, according -
\\'Ue tback. Sferr Dr Bradford County by local to Lt. Glen Moore. Smith
authorities. was additionally charged May 2 with
five counts of forgery-uttering a
USED CAR WARRANTY
; Jessie James Padgett waws ar forged bank check, said Moore.
I BUYERS GUIDE rested Mary 2 for violation of probation Bond was set at $2,545, Smith was
according to Deputy Sammy released on her own recognizance.David .

t IMPORTANT.. ..... Sokn.........aro d4f1kw to.nlora..Aak Ib.doalor. 1 M pwt all_,."M..""'....KWp Eunice and Lt. John Dempsey. The
MV 1 .M.S
Polk County charge was for grand Jim Browning, 20, was arrested -
as1-- sea- Ts1-- --. theft. Padgett was released to Polk May 1 for disorderly intoxication -
County authorities May 6. according to Patrolman Dar-
...u___ IF 007541 I rell Williams. Browning was released -
ANAMTISI. ION TH"V'HICLII Gregory Joseph Sheley, 40, of after a $500 surety bond was
so Starke was arrested May 2 for posted.
disorderly intoxication, according to
Dodgy C [D AS IS NO WARRANTY 'lall Lt. Glen Moore and InvestigatorJohn Neal B. Morgan of Starke was arrested -

,. D say u o Tilley. Sheley was asked to May 6 on a Clay County war
I t ....,... ... ... LIp" the Pine Tree Inn when he was rant charging improper driver's
'Ptjol leave
Seor YOU. ...Wilt.....PAY, ALL COSTS NON AMY TM d ** umat M" "''",tar Inr.MV Sf } #h
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m as ens.n .MN..I tho .MICIt o./reo "ID causing a disturbance and he refus- license, according to Sgt. Greg
PLock Tl PsI p" ed, said the officers. Sheley was Nichols. Morgan was released aftera

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