Bradford County telegraph
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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: March 7, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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War// noting Lawyer Retained, Sheriff Feels Better About Jail SuitA

: Tallahassee law firm, retainedto Resolution Seen... Commissioners took the news how gvood a shape 'our jail is in," at the jail, and that's what it might
represent the county in the suit filed The legal firm has told him, calmly, asked the sheriff some ques- Chairman Carter kidded Reddish. have come to. ,
on conditions at the county jail, Sheriff Reddish said that the suit tions, and did not mention trying to Board members teased the sheriff,
Measles Scare... and an optimistic Sheriff Dolph Red- should be resolved soon, in the best,' evade or fight this first proposed settlement saying when everything is going all Close to Complaince...

Measles, Rubeola, 7-day measles, dish got Bradford commissioners up interests of both the county and the of the suit.Over.Capaclty. right, it's the sheriff's jail, but when "We've come so far,we've been so
to date Monday, March 4. problems come up it's the county's and close to
or hard measles, Is being reportedIn Department of Corrections, the com- diligent, we were so
"I think we're going to come out of plaintant. :"- :It> Admitted... jail. complaince," Reddish told commis-
surrounding counties. it in pretty good shape," Sheriff Reddish The county will have to addressthe ; ". tell you what" retorted Sheriff sioners.
Children in
Bradford County and told commissioners after his recent Issue of female Inmatesin Attorney Parker's answer to the Reddish, "whether we wanted to or When new Commissioner Wilbur ,
surrounding area are In danger of housing jail suit admits to
consulations with attorney Fred its jail, which means that at least constantly ex- not, we are bedfellows in this jail Waters asked if steps had been taken !
being exposed, Dr. Jeffry I. ceeding the 14-man but
says capacity "
of the Madigan firm of suit.
to the into
officers bring jail compliance,
two certified female correctional >
Rubin of the Health out there beds J
County Depart- points are 21 and inmates
Tallahassee which for has At that Chairman Carter
years will have to be put on staff. point, Sheriff Reddish went through the .1
ment. represented the Florida Sheriff's rarely exceed that number. pointed out the sheriff could have list. ;

Parents should Immediatelycheck Association. The Madigan firm has There is one position he :'can removed himself from the suit. Under DOC orders, the jail has I
the Immunization record of one of the best reputations of any transfer and upgrade, the sheriff Sheriff Hangs In... Sheriff Reddish said he declined to been painted Inside, new steel doors
I their children to be sure it Is up to legal firm in the state, the sheriff says, and one new female fleer will The sheriff could have gotten out disassociate himself from the suit, installed, and a fire escape from the
date. Any child, IS months or older, said. have to be employed. It will be an of the suit, pointed out Chairman even though he was advised to do so. second floor added, new lavatoriesare
if not Immunized against measles, The Madigan firm is also handling additional recurring expenditure Maxie Carter Jr. to his fellow com- Kidding commissioners Reddish being installed, and hot. water
should be Immunized Immediately. suits for number of basis'' missioners. said he wouldn't
jail a other coun- $25,000 per year on that want to testify
Children Immunized against ties. Sheriff Reddish told commissioners "Sheriff, come on in and tell us against the county about conditionsCommittee (See Jail..P.2A)
measles prior to age 12 months or )
prior to Jan. I, 1968 should be relm- "

Pregnant women should not
receive measles vaccine. Moves

For questions about your child's
Immunication status, consult your
physician or the County Health
Department, phone 964-7732 In
Bradford, 49U-3211 In Union.
Immunizations are free of chargeat t Away From City

the Health Department. Private
physicians can also administer the '

vaccine. i11:

Upcoming Meetings... Charter ChangesNegative

The Board of Governors of the
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com-

merce will meet today (Thursday, public comments on in- Welcome to Speak...
March 7)) at 12:30: p.m. in the creasing city commissioner's term Silcox told some 15 persons at the
Chamber offices. from two to four years apparently meeting that they were welcome to
The Bradford school board will prompted a three-member committee speak on the issue as scheduled, but
open bids Friday, March 15, at 10 to drop the issue before it got the committee recommendationwould
a.m. on rebuilding Phase 1 of Brad- rolling. be to postpone the changes.He .
ford High which burned. Commissioner Vernon Silcox said

Brooker City Commission will Tuesday night March 5, that askingfor said the commission might
meet Tuesday, March 11, at 7 p.m. yL Ft the change might put a damperon decide in years to come that the
The Hampton City Commission forward progress already under lengthening of a term from two to
will meet Tuesday, March 11, at 7 1 way in Starke. four years would be beneficial, but

p.m. "We didn't want to muddy the that would be determined by support
E'k waters," Silcox told the group from the community for the change.
gathered for the regular city commission When the public hearing was open-
Happy Birthday, GS...
ed four persons took part.
-.ti M meeting. 1
'S.. A '* '
In observance of the 73rd birthday He'said the committee composed "I've Horrrrase-offoot-in-inouth :'
of Girl Scouts of USA, Seniors, of himself,Starke businessman John disease,"Al Crosby said as he began
I Cadettes, Juniors, and Brownies Miller and City Attorney Terry the discussion.He .
will be having parties and celebrations Brown, had decided not to recommend said that the city commission
, t with their sister troops Tues the increase of city commis- should put the question on the ballot
....' day, March 12. sion terms and election of one personas for a city election. He said many
,.'-. Sunday is Girl Scout Sunday. And commissioner.Miller Starke residents follow city govern-
......... a mayor
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W the entire week is in celebration of -- T. made the suggestion in ment, but they just won't come downto

"';1' Girl Scouts, their heritage and Changing Habits No Easy Task... February to the legislative delega- city hall to attend a night meeting.Joe .

L history. tion meeting at the Bradford County Williams said the city commissioners
i. The most popular time of year is It is taking some getting used to but Florida National Customers can receive faster service at the new courthouse. He said the city could should keep in mind thatif
r'J ; Girl Scout Cookie Time, which is Bank customers are learning to use the new $400,000 bank which is equipped with pneumatic air tubes. The save money by not having to hold they lengthen a term to four years
!:i.J now. Cookies are available for the branch bank at Bradford Square on US-301:! south. new branch is going well says, FNB Executive Vice- yearly elections which cost from and get beat out of office it would be
$ next few weeks from your favorite President Ruth Johns. $1,200 to$1,500 each. Elections could longer before they could win their
t. : Girl Scout, or phone Carolyn Eaves The move has lessened congestion around the The Bradford Square branch has a 5-teller capacity. be held every two years if officials seat back. He said people would
''k: at The Telegraph. downtown Jefferson Street main Starke FNB facility. Three lanes are open now. The commercial window served four-year terms.In rather see two-year terms so a per
Bees. But last week when two of the three downtown lanes sign has been moved to Bradford Square. addition, Miller said, a four- son who didn't do what the people
:t! Spelling .. were blocked with saw horses the congestion worsenedas One general use drive-in lane remains open year term would allow the city com- wanted him to do could be voted out
The county elementary and middle people came downtown and found only one drive-In downtown. The bank will try that combination and see missioners to spend more time doing in less time. f
""jo\\': schools have set the dates for lane open. how it works, says Ms. Johns. city business and less time running
Charter.. )
'''Y""'. their annual spelling bees: for re-election. (See .pg.2A
I" Brooker Elementary will have its .

-: 1 spelling bee Thursday, March 7, at

"*\ 9a.m.Hampton Elementary has set its County Owes for 1985 Fired Atton ley Tells Commissionwas

,{ spelling bee for 9 a.m. Friday, ,

. March 8.Bradford.
'''1 Middle School has set James R. (Reggie) Flynn was points out he was rehired for 1985 in Flynn's' Appointment... admitted to the Florida Bar in termination will not affect any personal

; its spelling bee for 9 a.m. Tuesday, named county attorney Monday, the January meeting, and terminated 5-0 1977. or professional relationship I
: 'Attorney'Flynn was approved
x individually
have with of
chairman of the you
afterward. Flynn currently may any
March 12. March 4 and his first Is
problem by the county commission after a "
301 Beautification of the or with the Board collectively.
school winners will to the
The go dealing with a contract dispute bet-
recommendation of a committee by
r-.;', district competition at the School ween the county commission and its Hardy said he is owed the $500 per Commissioner Lawrence Mosley Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com Hardy opened the letter that by
': ', Board Office at 10 a.m. on.Thurs- former attorney Dudley Hardy. month retainer for the rest of Commissioner E.W. Hodges andCounty merce. stating, "First, let me say am
March 21, fired in statedin ( but offered to settle Flynn is married to the former sorry our relationship as client and
f k 4i day, Hardy, February, 1985$5,500) Clerk Gib Brown.
i Debbie Scott of Brooker, now a attorney had to end in the manner in
a letter to the that his with the county for $4,000.
county con
r : Strawberry Pageant tract "shall be automatically renew Flynn, 33, received his Doctor of science teacher at Bradford High which it did. I believe you all know
the reason for the termination
Dt Set March 30... ed from year to year unless 30 days Commission Chairman Maxie Jurisprudence degree in 1977 from School. of which
t j prior to the end of the next annual Carter Jr. said he's in favor of pay the Cumberland School of Law at regardless any
This the final week to enter the period either party shall give written ing Hardy $500 for February, pointing Samford University of Alabama. He may have been" made in the local
1985 Strawberry Queen Beauty to the other party of its intent to out that won't cost anymore earned a bachelor of arts in 1973 On Remaining Friends... newspapers.
Pageant, sponsored by the Starke terminate this agreement." than the county has been paying out. from the University of Florida. Hardy, who served as county attorney Commissioners decided their
Junior Woman's Club. The contract with the county entitles The other four commissioners Flynn was a professor of business just over nine years, stressedin answer to Hardy will be conveyed in
The pageant is set March 30 at 8p.m. him to be paid for the 12 mon- agreed with Chairman Carter to offer law at Florida State University in his letter, "I enjoyed working with a letter from county clerk Gib
in the Bradford High School ths in 1985, the cancellation clause former attorney Hardy the $500 Tallahassee, and had a general trial the Board over the nine years and Brown.
auditorium. stipulates Hardy points out. Hardy as a settlement. practice in Tallahassee 197981. He truly hope that the manner of my (See Commission..p.8A)
Applications must be turned in to r
Williams Jewelry no later than Friday -

pick, up March application 8. Contestants forms at may Duncan Line-Up Okayed, Board Eyes Bigger Problems '

Williams Jewelry (Bradford Square .. .F
location), Mitchell's Drug Store, or
Bradford High School. Orientationis New Supt. Jim Duncan's administrative Steve Miller will be fulltime on the. had not the deductive alternate been over the next five years and only $1 year,but has not kept up that pace in
scheduled March 10. Questionsmay line-up and administrative staff. allowed.At million in state capital outlay recent years.
be directed to Pageant Coor- Only other change is downgradingthe (building) funds scheduled to come
job descriptions row
dindator Vicki Gaines, phone the Bradford school boar in a adult principal's position at the the Workshop... to the district over the period, Supt. Bus Schedules...
964-8485. brie official meeting before a vo-tech center from to a coordinator, The three school board members Duncan told the school board.A Talk of school buses came up first
Theme for the 1985 pageant is lengthy workshop Monday night, which means moving the adult principal present and Supt. Duncan touchedon workshop is needed on the when Supt. Duncan pointed out that
"Strawberries Around the World." March. 4.Chairperson. at the vo-tech center out of the a mirlad of subjects, including building program, said board elementary students at Brooker
Patricia Spengler staffing chart and replacing the cur some biggies which will come up for member Rodney Hall. board buses very early In the morn .

teased Duncan about where he'll rent director, adult administrator, work sessions in the next few mon At present, it looks as if the only ing, and that it takes an hour for the
Code Enforcement assign the present administrators. and community education administrator ths, such as purchase of buses the to solve the space problems is Brooker bus to arrive at schools in
way Starke. And Brooker studentsdon't
Duncan smilingly hedged, saying with a director and two declining enrollment and resultantdecline with portable classrooms. It will be area
Meeting Delayed...
home until after
only that all administrators in the coordinators.The in state dollars, the building the only thing the district will]) be get 4 p.m.
A meeting of the Code Enforce- room would be assigned somewherein three school board members program over the next five years, able to afford, Duncan. Elementary school could open at
ment Board, scheduled for March the system, getting a chuckle present were Mrs. Patricia and updating school board rules. Three portables will built in the one time and middle school and high
7, has been delayed until April from the three school board Spengler, Rodney Hall, and J.R. next few months through the school another, suggested different .
due to delay in legal proceedings to members and assorted administrators (Jim) Lawson. Mrs. Judy Becker Personal Leave... Chapter I federal program. Duncan, who proposed studying
effect the clean-up of burned property and teacher union per had announced she had a university Non-instructional and administrative bus schedules and school
on N. Church Street in sonnel. Administrators present were class conflict with the meeting, and employees ;get four Buses Needed... times for elementary and high

Starke, the former W.H. Nollman Mrs. Lucille Payne, currently cur board member J.T. Parrish was ill. days of personal leave while It is getting to the place that the school students.
home. riculum coordinator; David Smith teachers get six days, Supt. Duncan but
district will have no choice to FTE Count Down...
The meeting is now set for Thurs- director of the vo-tech center andDewey BUS Phase I Bids... said had been discovered in school begin buying new school buses, even
day, April, at 7 p.m.Hardenbrook. McKinney,principal of bradford A special meeting Is set at 10 a.m. board niles, which need updating.It if it has to borrow money,said board In a report Supt. Duncan told
Middle School."I March 15 to open bids on rebuilding to Lawson,. board members the February stu-
will take a board rule change member J.R. (Jim)
dent count Is down from October
Phase I of Bradford High, which by
routes include
alter that. School Board Chairperson Buses on regular
NamedTo wish had that said eight students.
writing, burned Dec. 12.
believedit old and another
Patricia Spengler said she 13 years
one years
The school lost 20 students
Vo-Tech Director Smith. high
Zoning'Board... This is the second bid opening on the intention of the board to treat told, and two or three 'more are 11 ,
Duncan has said he'll try to have all mostly to early graduation at
the project. The first bids were the Lawson out. The
all of same. old. pointed
Mark Hardenbrook has been appointed the names to go with the positions at rejected on recommendation of groups employees years diesels semester, but the vo-tech center
to 6 are near-
as a member of the Brad- the March 18 regular meeting.The Supt. Duncan after a $18,000 deduc- leave their the contract negotia personal large Ing 100,000 88-passenger miles,about half their expected gained 12 students, for a net loss of
ford County Zoning Board, which lineup contains 1.5 new jobs, live bid alteration unsigned and tions. usefulness, Lawson said. *'Jht,
also serves as the Board of Adjust. an assistant superintendent plus an written on the outside of the As a rule, the board has tried to It .:eans the district will receive
additional half-time some $400.000) less in state school
ment. computer envelope gave Wallis ConstructionCo. Building 1$ Short... keep all buses regularly used no
There is still one vacancy on the operator. Former computer of Gainesville the job by some of older than 10 years. The board had funds. Schools are funded by the
seven-member board due to the operator Marion Payne taught part- 8000. Triest Construction Co. was There are $1S million dollars planned to buy three buses each (see Duncan..P.ZA)'
resignation of Ms. Lil Griffis. time; new computer operator Dr. second low,and would have been low building needs in the school system

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made available :all cells, and the the' county'$80 perl hour,to;;process '
third lighting system ts now being Installed -'"<;the suit, substantially under the going t
in the jail. rate for well-known Tallahasseelaw 4e/1 4j 'j

DOC recommended the first two firms.t<'l If! 1 if -
lighting' systems, then, inspectors, r } S
came bock and said the system did 6-Man Cell Added... : !
not provide enough. light and must be A new six-man cell is being 7 .
replaced. readied In the former living room of ...
Push button spigots for hot water '
the jailer's quarters, the sheriff
are being installed at the direction of ,tf ,
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DOC inspectors, the sheriff says said.Mesh p
But Reddish questioned how many screens to place over win \ +n r. ,) "'f ). .A .. +f +:, t
Inmates will hold the spigots down dows are being manufactured by a ( ss I
long enough to allow the hot water to nearby prison, Reddish said. y k
reach the cell. inmates who can be trusted not to .\ 1'J. :-
It is not what Is practical or be violent or to escape, a category /
necessary, but what must be done to into which most of the county's in- \ t
bring the Jail into compliance with mates fit can be housed in the new I
DOC rules, Sheriff Reddish told 6-man cell I, Reddish said.

commissioners Running a good. Jail and being in Annex Plans Stalled... Top Academicians at BMS...

compliance are not necessarily the Plans for an annex to the county The 24 students earning Ntralght-A's at Bradford Middle School<<: for the Third row- Marcia Brown Lily Hurgr,,s, Wanda .Mufllrrliiha f>run,
same, he said jail are currently stalled because the third O-weeks are ((1-1'): Holly Shields, Mlckl Becker, Yvonne Hobo. Scott Duncan
"I get irritated at following a stan- price turned out to be four or five First rowDanielle Smith, Emily Lee, Brian Canova. Ashley Alday. Fourth row- Audra Brantley, Karen Hodges. Denis WadtMl, Tammy
dard just to be in compliance when it times the estimated $30,000 cost. Second row- Dwite Knowles Sara Douglas, Andy Smith. Angel Nichols<<: Jo Tatum, Wendy Young, Selena Norman
really isn't going to do anyone any Sheriff Reddish said he is currently Ron Zurfluh, Danika Richardson.: Absent for photoKim Brewer.
good" the sheriff said. ) the project and how to
have most the labor donated.
Legal Fees... The county doesn't currently have
Sheriff Reddish said it has cast the the money for a $150,000 annex. So, 24 Earn
county $250 to file an answer to the the first plan is out of the question Straight-A's at BMS for 3rd 6WeeksTwentyfour i
DOC suit the sheriff said.
or 2.8 percent, of the Alisha Gruen, daugther of Dr. and Sixth grade: bara Smith, :Noy Srtvibul. Angel
870-member student body at Brad Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke Ashley Alday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Starling, Sheila Stewart, Jill
Duncanfrom ford Middle School earned StraightA's Eric Hodge son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Alday of Starke. Strickland, Sheila Tew, DeeDee f
for the third 0-weeks grading Billy Hodge of Starke. Brian Canova, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waters, Tina Willingham.
period which ended Jan17. Karen Hodges, daughter of Mr. David Canova of Kingsley Lake. Sixth Grade: Regina Bass Jason
( page IA) hired for the students who didn't and Mrs. David Hodges of Starke. Deborah Nichols, daugther of Mr. Baldree, Pam Baucom, Shanae
number "of full time" equivalentFTE materialize. Another 93 BMS students, or 10.7 Wanda Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Rewis of Starke. Blom, Eric Brown, Karen Coleman,
( ) students enrolled at the Duncan said he is sticking as closeas percent of the student body, earnedall and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of Starke. Danika Richardson, daughter of Kim Gumming, April Dicandio,
counts in October February and possible to the FTE count in his A's and B's for places on the A-B Selena Norman daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Richardson of Emily Lee, Melissa Frampton, Brad
June. Less money }has been coming proposed staffing. He asked that the honor roll. 14 eighth graders, 4 and Mrs. L.M. Norman of CR-225 in Starke. Hamilton, Holly Hersey, Shannon
to the district since October when it board, administration, and seventh graders, and 6 sixth graders the Lawtey area. Andy Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, Raymond Hodge, Tommy
was found the students count was superintendent be together on the earned straight-A's. 37 eighth David Smith of Starke. Kinchen, Michael McELroy, Sharea
less than anticipated last June during plan. graders, 34 seventh grades, and 22 Holly Shields, daughter of Mr. and Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. Myers, Kim Ross Carla Stephens,
budget preparation.The sixth graders are on the A-B honor Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Starke. and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Raymond Trimble, Jill Williams,
district has about 4,150 Higher Lunch Prices... roll.StraightA Tammy Jo Tatum, daughter of Monika Williams.7th .
fulltime students, 216 fewer than anticipated The general revenue fund of the students are, by grade: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatum of A-B Honor Roll... Grade: Link Bishop, Jamie
last June. school system is supplementing the Lawte)'. Bowen, Jennifer Dodge, Gayle]
food service budget to the tune of Eighth grade: Denise Waddell, daughter of Mr. Eighth Grade: Tangala Bass, Douglas, Kelley Dyal, Allison Farn-
some $23,000, Supt. Duncan pointedout Micki Becker, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Al Waddell of Starke. Patricia Barber Patricia Bath, sworth, Aimee Ferguson Jennifer
Growth in the number of pupils is even with the use of every kind Mrs. Les Becker of Lawtey. Shawna Blom, Sheryl Brazen Susan Forsyth, Donnie Francis, Stephanie
coming in the elementary schools of federal commodity the food ser- Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr. Crawford, Kirby Joe Hildebran, Gainey, Tavia Hedding, Mary Hill,
Supt. Duncan told the boardmembers. vice program can lay its hands on. and Mrs. Gerald Brantley of Starke. Seventh grade: Tonya Klein Kim Dukes, Chris Dur- Melissa Hislop, Lisa Hinds Eva
Kim Brewer, daughter of Mr. and Sarah Doughas, daughter of Mr. ban, Julie Ferguson, Kem Fillyaw, Hodge Kevin Krack, Valerie Krack,
The fewer students will mean Duncan proposed increasing the Mrs. Otis Brewer of Lawtey. and Mrs. E.M. Doughas of Brooker. Idella Hall, Bill Hamilton Brian Travis Long, Len Looney, Beth
fewer teachers will be hired in the price of lunches to cover the loss. Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and Scott Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Kendrick, Unissa King Kim Lee, McKinney, Lori Mann, Dan Moss,
coming year. The vo-tech center Is The idea Is for the food service program Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Jim Duncan of Starke. Richard LeNeave, Lisa Mitchell, Wayne Patrick, Carl Richie, Mike
expected to lose several teachers, to break even. Marcia Brown, daughter of Mr. Patricia Parado, Peggy Petteway, Ripplinger, Vincon Robinson, Shana
for instance. It does not mean that Lunch prices are currently 60 D.A. Brown and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Dwite Knowles, son of Mrs. Tangela Pittman, Kristin Pfenniger, Schmitt, Jennifer Sheese, Misty
current personnel will have no jobs, cents for elementary and middle Brown of Lake Butler. Christine Knowles of Starke. Melinda Powell, Christy Redding, Telken, Greg Thomas, Dwain
Supt. Duncan stressed. In most Instances school students, and 80 cents for high Lilly Burgess,daughter of Mr.and Ron Zurfluh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Ritchey, Elizabeth Rowell, Thompson, Steven Thornton, John
the teachers were never school students, and$1.40 for adults. Mrs. John Burgess of Starke. Lonnie Zurfluh of Starke. Suzanne Sapp, Carrie Shaw, Bar- Tyler] Tawanda Ty son.


( page IA). Silcox said. That's no reflection on mission. .:. i"t heads are not out there acting eliminated. As the discussiorv.closed. Mayor
city clerk Neil Tucker or anyone else The method is not as important as-' autonomously. Silcox responded that it should be Commissioner Bobby Biggs said
Central Management... in that job, the city has just grown getting it done, Crosbysaid.He J Claire Capps 'pointed out 'that a, understood that the clerk would COD. seems, apparent,0ats'The! City.of .
Bob Milner,a former city commis- beyond the system which has been suggested that the cIfy-cdnP* move to change to a city manager tinue to be elected and do the clerk's Starke Is suffering from some growing .
sioner, said the problem with a two- used for all these years, Silcox said. mission aggressively determine a type government failed to catch on job."He's pains and the council needs to
year term was that a special interest way to get stronger leadership in in 1973 because people thought the (the clerk) got more to do address a city manager in the S
group could elect a person on one "We'll still have an elected clerkto place so that five or six department elected clerk's job was going to be than he can get done," Silcox said. future" 1
specific issue and that person mightnot do the job that he is supposed to
be interested in other city do." -

business., Back 13 years ago when the city
had a $900,000 budget, the clerk had
Milner went on to talk about efficiency time to keep up with city business.But .
in government and the lack of now, with a $7 million budget,
adequate supervision of employees the city commission needs someone
under the present form of city who can spend full time managing
government.He what goes on here.
"We're playing catch up,"" all the
said 93 percent of Florida's time because there's too much goingon
cities either have a city manager or for the commissioners to keep up
a strong mayor type government with and it takes too long for us to
which allows closer supervision of get the information necessary to .
city business. make a decision.
The present system of dependingon
five parttime commissioners to "We might need a $50,000 piece of
oversee city business is an "absolute equipment down at that power plant
nightmare," Milner said. immediately, but it could take us six
months to get acquainted with the
"Don't get me wrong, I'm not say situation," he said.)
ing that you gentlemen are doing a
bad job,'* he emphasized. He said part of the problem was
Milner said he had no intention of the Sunshine Law that forbids com-
running for the city commission missioners to congregate and
again, but he remains interested in discuss city business unless the
the city and wants to continue living press Is present. Sometimes, these
in Starke. problems should be dealt with im-
Too many city personnel have too mediately and yet they are put off .
much freedom without being accountable until the next regular meeting which
he said. He said many city can be two weeks away.
residents favor a change in the
way the city does business.
Central Leadership: ..
City Manager... Commissioner Jim Crosby also
Commissioner Silcox thanked spoke in favor of making a change in
Milner for his comments and con- the city's style of doing business.He .
tinued the discussion concerning the said the important issue is hav-
need for a city manager. ing someone to supply central
The clerk has more than he can do, leadership on behalf of the city com-

I UNF Passes AccreditationLower I

division programs at the pi ogi dins bush: its OiNf a: audition tu
University of North Florida passed the lower division.
The SACS appointed a three-
their final examination
when they were accredited recently by the member visitation committee to Now banking with Florida National is into the shopping center parking lot
Southern Association of Colleges and evaluate the UNF lower division more convenient than ever! Because Well also continue to serve you with one
Schools (SACS), UNF officials an- program. Members of that committee with our new drive-in branch in the drive-in at the main office. This means
nounced. included; Dr. William Maxwell' of Bradford Square Shopping Center we you'll have a total of tour easy accesses

UNF President Curtis; L. McCraywas Clemson Williams of University East Carolina; Dr.University Robert- have two banks to serve you better. And to banking services at Florida National.,
advised on Dec. 19, 1984, that the
SACS had accepted the findings of and Dr. Henry L. Ashmore, a no matter where you open your Florida Plus Florida National's Alltime Teller i ts::
its visiting committee that UNF programs member of the SACS staff In addi- National account. you can do your here too. Ready to help you 2.4 hours a
for freshmen and sophomore tion to reviewing the academic pro- banking at either location. day seven days a week.

students should be fully, accredited.A grams students for the freshmen committee and sophomore members Located at the Southeast corner of the So stop by your spirited new bank .

three-month UNF study con- also evaluated library facilities and Square the new facility has three drivesoon.. We'll put together everything you '

ducted for the SACS, a regional holdings faculty and physical. plant through lanes. For your safety and conneed to succeed. ..
educational association for 11 assets. venience, all lanes will enter and exit .
Southern states, began after UNF .
was authorized by the Florida THE BRADFORD .
Legislature and Board of Regents to
enroll freshmen and sophomore f>
students. Published every Thursday I

According to Dr. Thomas C. Hea- at. 135.W. Call Street .., Florida National Bank ; '
ly, UNF associate vice president for Starke Florida 32091 : :

academic affairs and SACS visit lOJi W doth'rson:4 r .I irk,' .I.0')$ t' 11 p ),.) "11 i1 c '
coordinator, the confirmation of Second Class postage paid at ",: .7 .. .'. I .' I
freshman and sophomore
; programs UNi"s was an evaluation of the Starke, FloridaSubscription ,' \' f'' .. .

new programs and the resources to .h
support them. Rates: .. tlhe'PJliIf/ f! CtrsUicceSS" .
'Healy said the full itccreditatlon: In-trade area: $10.00 per year ", ,

process normally Is required IIf new '$5.50 six months M"o.ri'l i'i..' .,'..
SACS-member; Institutions and *l10year .
: n'Ni '
Intervals thereafter. Interim I Outside area: $11'per year :

visit'* 'are scheduled as 'needed to $6.00 six months .i
3se5s'major chances in academic 1y

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Iii McElroy, Hall Earn Top Spelling Positions at S011t side Elementary I

1. Steve McElroy proved his spelling screenplay, and achievement in the upbeat before missing the word hen- Becky Phillips: Becky spelled
'1 is as good as gold last Thursday head-to-head competition. He miss scramble before missing inaccurate -
when he carefully spelled n-u-g-g-e-t ed'vulture, molecule, havoc, tan- na.Dana Dunlap: Dana spelled fur- .
I to win the Southside Elementary talize, goalie and effortless. niture, leaky, and tempest before Jamie Redding: Jamie missed
School spelling bee after going four Although both spellers missed missing canal.Matthew nephew :
:' rounds in regular competition and words in the head-to-head competition Eunice: Matthew spelled Chris Rodriguet: Chris spelled i ;9'YfiI I : f
eight rounds in head-to-head competition spelling bee rules require that charcoal before missing barren. joyride before missing seminary. l
with runner-up Brian Hall. when only two spellers are left and Brian Half: Brian spelled ferny, Jane Stanw c-Hay: Jane missed -
1 Both Steve and Brian will represent one misses a word, the other speller conference and evenhanded before the word quench. IRaa" i
.1 Southside at the county spelling must spell that same word correctly entering the elimination round Jason Walker: Jason missed the
1 bee on March 21 at 10 a.m. in the and then spell one additional wordcorrectly ( against Steve McElroy. word doorjamb. '
I school board office.Competition Sara Looney: Sara spelled Judges for the Southside bee were tk
! was fierce for the title Both boys missed words, but until blueprint and wedge before missing Chapter 1 Director Myrna Lou
,: of top speller and the tension built as Steve spelled effortless and then maize. Hurse, local businessman Steve
i Steve spelled groundless, roseleaf, nugget, neither could fulfill the reqUirement Steve McElroy: Steve spelled pen Futch and Mrs. Hazel Bass, whose
vulture, pinched, dangle, tantalize of spelling their oppo- thouse, ourselves and rebellion son won the Southside spelling bee
. and effortless correctly. He missed nent's missed word plus one more. before entering the eliminationround five years ago.Bradford .
: molecule,havoc,goalie and achieve- Fifth grade spellers competingwere against Brian Hall. High School Librarian
I I ment. : Michael McKinney: Michael miss- Olivia Scott pronounced the words
r Brian spelled keepsake. Janice Davie: Janice spelled ed the word apricot for the spellers. Steve McElroy and Brian Hall


I, Johnson, Wilkerson Earn Top Honors at Lawtey Elementary Bee I

I You don't hear most elementary judicial in the elimination round. and
Stacy MpCaullcy: Stacy spelled nephew screenplay before miss
school students using mundane Kim spelled diction, cablegram, seminary, goalie, gasped, and ing blockade
t words like judicial or finance, but gangly, and brigand before winning detatch before missing gristmill.
for Kim Johnson, those two words with judicial and finance. Anna Ranjbar. Anna spelled hen- Seventh Grade:

will be memorable since they 24 spellers took part in the Lawtey na, tantalize, plainspoken, adornment .
F brought her the title of best speller in w a Y spelling bee with six spellers from miff, photocopy, and bandstand Sarah Hodges: Sarah spelled
Lawtey Elementary's school spell- each grade 47. They were: before missing toehold. blueprint and keepsake before miss
ing bee. ing hyphen.
V -
Kim and Erin Wilkerson will be 'm Fourth Grade: Brian Redding: Brian spelled Kim Johnson: Kim spelled fur-
traveling to the county spelling bee : ourselves and achievement before niture, canal, brilliant, manually,
in the school board office on Thurs Anquan Austin: Anquan spelled missing decision. legible, battery, jailbird and an-
day! March 21, at 10 a.m. to compete : rebellion before missing lethal. Brandy Ross Brandy missed the chored before entering the elimination -
against winners of all the qther Mandy Box: Mandy spelled word barren. round against Erin.

school spelling bees. stadium.evenhanded before missing LaTarus ROSA. LaTarus missedthe Samantha- Jones' Samantha spelled -

word leaky. quench, groundless, overcast,
Kim, a 7th grader, and Erin, a 4th Chadrtck Bright:Chadrick missed
,, homebound, equity, daze before
grader, went head-to-head in the : \ inaccurate. Sixth Grade: missing howl. '

elimination round with neither of \. \ Yolanda Hankerson: Yolanda Carmen Barber: Carmen spelled Leo Starling: Leo missed. the word
t'\ spelled maze, nugget, varsity, and
them missing a word until Kim missed
-<:/ tailgate before missing orally. scramble, molecule, knickers, charcoal.
"brigand. Erin spelled brigand
Tory Kittles: Tory missed con- pawned, and accidental before missing Leslie Williams: Leslie spelled
but missed Kim
correctly, judicial. ference. inertia. upbeat, roseleaf and carpentry
then spelled judicial correctly, plus is :
Sherry C'um: Sherry spelled missing chrome.
Erin Wilkerson: Erin spelled
the word finance to win the bee. Lawtey Elementary Spellers. tempest, effortless, joyride before missing vulture. Vicki Williams: Vicki missed the
According to spelling bee rules, Top .. sampler poise,
Dede Cox Dede and word penthouse.
: spelled ferny,
singsong, coffeepot and extract,
when only two spellers are left: they (L-R) Anna Ranjbar a 5th grader, was second runner-up in the Lawtey before entering the elimination pinched before missing tepid. Judges for the Lawtey spelling bee
must spell words until one misses. Elementary Spelling'Bee; Kim Johnson, a 7th grader, earned the cham- round against Kim Johnson. Don Kilgore: Don missed door- were Chapter 1 teacher Joy Goodall
t The other speller must then spell the pion's spot; and Erin Wilkerson, a 4th grader, was first runner-up. jamb. Starke Fireman Mike Sanders, amiLawtey
missed word plus one more for the 24 spellers competed in the Lawtey bee from 4th-7th grades. All the Fifth Grade: Jason Smith: Jason spelled Librarian Dorothy Moore

win.Erin spellers did very well. apricot, dangle facial, and wander Chapter 1 teacher Steve Acree
spelled lyric, ninth, invite, Kim and Erin will represent Lawtey in the county-wide spelling bee to ShaM Crawford: Shana spelled before missing kindergarten. served as pronouncer for the Lawtey
renewal and brigand before missing be held on !March 21. wedge before missing havoc. Melissa Starling Melissa spelled bee.


1',1\ Brooker Asks Highway Patrol for Help in Controling Speeding Trucks .

J Speeding limerock trucks were the Raulerson is out of town on his full- pump will cost the city $681 plus $10 from the main town system. Accor Also to be bought is- ISO feet of ing project has been delayed
,I) main topic of conversation in the time job.Water, shipping and will be delivered next ding to the council, the tank leaks firehose to replace hose which has because the contractor has been tied
\ quiet Brooker town council meeting week. and wastes quite a lot of water. worn out. up. Melvin told the council the con-
R held Tuesday, Feb. 12. System OK... The original booster pump had Also to be repaired is the exhaust tractor had to make repairs on a
,J "Those rock-trucks..are speeding "The pump's been cranked, the been cracked during the freeze and Fire Dept. Updates... system for the auxiliary motor on number of railroad crossings
.! through the school zone," said Council light is on and the heater is on," said had to be replaced. Volunteer Fire Chief Tony the pumper which has a large hole in damaged in the recent Raiford
J Chairman Gene Melvin. "Billy Councilman Carl Edwards of the The council agreed to have the Stalnaker was given the go-ahead to it.The derailment. Supposedly work will
'J McRae (principal at Brooker preparations for the freezing auxiliary well and pump inspectedto tune-up the town's two fire-trucks, floating pump has not been begin possibly next week.
Elementary) says they've been doIng temperatures Tuesday night. be sure that it is operational so one is an old converted military repaired yet, Stalnaker told the Acting on a request by Coun-
; it for about a month now." Memories of the January record that water can be supplied to the vehicle which will need a conversionkit council but it was being worked on. cilman Joe Tolleson, the council approved -
)( The council agreed to contact the low temperatures were still with the farmers market if it is opened this to allow the use of civilian a donation of $600 to the
Florida Highway Patrol for council as they were told by Melvin year. a sparkplugs which will cost an Miscellaneous.The ... Brooker Athletic Association for the
j assistance in 'controlling the At the present time, water is piped estimated additional $35. Shady Oaks Sub-division coming
that:their jiw booster pump- had .. pav- year. 1,
speeders whileJb.Mai'lhht'.t'Ort ,n ,'.

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What, Do YOU- Think? : 12O.. Years Have Passed Since 1\ Fighting Ended in 1865This -

It Would Be Nice KnowRecent the bay is known
to year, 1985,marks the 120th anniver- had gone. To this day as
sary of the end of the Civil Yankee Horse Pond.
marked the 121st anniversary Gone now is any desire to attach blameto
February 20
with the next city election? The of the in either side for what occurred in the pine
discussion of the pros and cons expense Battle of Olustee 1864. the only S SiJJ
(forests of Olustee 120 ago as we
of four-year terms for City Commissioners would be minimal, and results should be major battle of the war in Florida. It was ; ''watch the battle re-enactment years and smell
helpful in planning charter changes that fought in a dense pine forest near Ocean
City Clerk and Police Chief, Pond in Baker County -just ten miles as I the pungent smoke of gunpowder drifting
and making the office I of Mayor elec- may be necessary in the future. the crow flies, from the northwestern (through the pines. We are reminded that I,
Here are some of the questions that Bradford men once fell as brother sometimes fought
tive, may be only the tip of the iceberg boundary of County.
i brother in the tragic encounter that one
could be asked such ballot along
for changes that need to be considered on a ,
The fighting was near enough that the i Confederate captain described in the
(pro ana con) in efforts for more efficient with others that might develop in the sound of cannon firing could be heard in 'following words written to his wife: "I

and even more economical future: 1 the Evergreen section west of Lawtey!and .: 0II ;;went over the battleground this morningon
government in Starke.A Term of office for city officials: twoor housewives in Starke prepared food to be my way to camp, and never in all my
four years? carried by horse and wagon to the men"at f HI. .life have I seen such a distressing sight -

news magazine commentatorhas Mayor to be elected by the voters the front". !I some men with their legs' and blown off, others
their brains out, mangled in
observed that "The instinct of rather than by the Commission itself Capt. John Charles Richard, colorful with conceivable way..their bodies left
figure in the days of Starke and every
modern government Is to protect all yes or no? organizer and commander of a company of I' to lie on a pallet of pine needles. I never
client groups from all discomforts of Employment of a city manager- yes militia that fought throughout the war, 1 a, want to see another battle or go on the field

change. Hence modern governmentis or no? wrote to his wife, Mary, from Olustee on rafter it is over."

reactionary: it reacts against Appointive City Clerk yes or no? the day after the pitched battle, Feb. 21, When the actual Battle of Olustee was

,change. Appointive Chief of Police yes or 1864: fought. late in the war, Floridians had not .

no? "Dear Wife: The enemy came in force 7l ''yet known the suffering and grimness of 1
By the term "client groups" the Consolidation of city and county ser- yesterday and we met them one and a half \l major warfare,but hardship and privation
writer presumably meant incumbent of- miles ..... of this place. Their force was :were already known to this area. A Union
vices, wherever possible? in the interestof lFor ,soldier, writing home, described the
ficials both elected and appointed, and much larger than ours, but we whipt them
maximum efficiency and economy badly. Our Battalion distinguished Itself features of the Confederate troops as
others connected with what is commonly "sharpened and pinched as if the gaunt
yes or no? and was complimented on the report filed
termed "the bureaucracy". wolf famine had been on the
In order to inform the public on the by the Commdg.Genl. already
It has been said that it is difficult in pros and cons of these issues, a series of "The fight lasted about or near four threshold of their dwellings. ,

our town and county to get people to ex- meetings should be held to discuss the hours, and night put a stop to our pursuit, Jacksonville had been captured for the
Our loss is about killed and
,press in public what they freely say and advantages or disadvantages of each them some good officers.fifty Wounded, among about fourth time on February 7, 1864,and Union
think in private. Since ours is a small, forces fanned out from the city with their
question, with adequate coverage by 300. We have killed and taken about one
closely-knit town and county, many main objective being to break up communications -
and radio. thousand Yanks, white and negro. We cap- '
cut off lines
citizens who hold strong opinions on any tured also 6 pieces of artillery and would, supply
Such a procedure should help fill the ween east and west Florida which had
issue often fail to express themselves in without doubt, have captured the most of those living close to the scene in 1865it
been carrying food and other necessities
communications that exists to
gap now the if had had two hours fearsome
natural enemy we more was a experience, knowing
public meetings because of a between elected officials and the silent daylight. that if the battle were lost their homes, Confederate troops. Florida was servingas

reluctance to risk offending some majority of voters who do not let their "None of my company were killed or businesses, and farms would have been' southern the "breadbasket"states.At for other hungry

friend associate, or relative who might opinions be known at least in public.It mortally wounded. Tom Durden severely overrun by the invading forces. Wives and this time Confederate
forces under
wounded in foot. Dees the sweethearts for the lives of
hold opposite views. Perry same. were praying
could be said that the have Gen.
people Joseph Finegan, were encamped at
Calvin Dees in Chestnutt Bradford in
slightly arm. many County men taking part
Frequently, people say privately that already spoken on some of these issues slightly, and several others slightly. that battle. Some were members of iRoll Ocean Pond, in the edge of Baker County
favor in the form of not far north of Lake Batler.
they changes by rejecting four-year terms and the "I, as well as Job, Harney, and Jasper Company A, 10th Florida Infantry, com- based in Jacksonville had Union forces
government 1 both city and county, but proposal for appointive clerk and chief were not touched. I feel very thankful that manded by Capt. Richard, while others penetrated to
within three miles of Lake
most often they also refuse to appear at of police in 1972 and 1978, but conditions we suffered so little.Some of the boys have fought with J.J. Dickinson's Raiders, and a sharp skirmish with hastily City entrenched but-after
Yankee overcoats canteens other units. /
public meetings to express their opi change with the and so do the caps Confederates they withdrew to Sanderson -
Some good blankets. Many little things Hanging over the area was a pall of fear
nions. _. responses of voters. Another opinion taken, this paper and envelope among that if Union forces won a victory that day near Macclenny.When .
poll debate and them."I there might be another "march to the sear' the two sides clashed near Ocean
To overcome this barrier against the preceded by open Pond the
fighting raged for five hours until -
write,but fear will not it.Love similar to Sherman's dreaded march from
discussion of the relative you
;.free expression of opinion, and in order advantagesand to all. Do write often." Atlanta to the coast,and Starke might well Union forces began a hasty retreat in
'to get a more candid picture of what disadvantages of each proposal Love,John be in its path. Already several Union late afternoon. Confederate troops pur-

'voters are actually thinking, why not might reveal the desire for some needed raiding parties had visited this area, at- sued them the back invaders until darkness turned
resort to the time-honored custom of a, changes in our government to meet The annual re-enactment of the Battle of tempting to burn and destroy the new There after capturing 150 prisoners.
were 1,861 Union casualties and
Olustee took place February 20, as it has Atlantic to Gulf railroad built through 946
: changing conditions.of .
straw ballot to be held in conjunctionCommissioner. Confederate wounded and dead.
Starke few earlier in order
since 1977, to commemorate an important a years to cut '
page from American history. Those who off food supplies being shipped from this Z
have witnessed this annual event are madeto area to Confederate forces farther north. Olustee was one of the most significant
realize the full significance of this terrible Rebecca Rosier, who lived to be over a victories of the war, and gave the South a
Turlington'sSurprise page from American history when hundred, recalled how a band of Union boost in morale and renewed hope to fighton
fellow Americans with views of the where she another 14 months.
I opposing live came through area . .
slavery, a troublesome issue in the early searching for horses. She relates
Packager days of our nation faced each other in pit- how the farmers learned when the This is the first of a series of articles to ;,
ched battle many of them never to return Yankees were coming and hid their horsesin be published during this 120th anniversary
,again to,their homes and loved ones. a nearby cypress bay until the raiders year after the end of the Civil War in 1865.

Education, Commissioner the top 12 school funding states than it !

r Ralph Turlington's announcement of his is now. : : : '. A' b do"bby'I.nTaYlor ,rnv.:;;:" +;uj '
County'Ak7rent's'Notebook .
end-of-term retirement from office, As far as small counties, like Brad- c>>u"wmtetlttlihAge.l- tf.'" I ""I I

coupled with His active support of a ford, are concerned, we have seen no I

state lottery to finance Florida's school mention of whether the proposed lottery ,

system, came as a double-whammy sur- law would provide for equal distributionof Suggestions for Fertilizing the GardenWe I

prise. His blessing on lottery as a means money to all 67 counties, regardlessof
the schools' financial ills size or population as is the race track
of ,
solving all have to eat, and most of us enjoy productive. But, if you add too much, evenly through the furrow.
seemed completely out of character for money, or would be distributed on the eating vegetables. But, to produce abundantly you'll waste money and you may even in-
the man who has won plaudits for his basis of how many lottery tickets are vegetable crops have to eat too. jure your crops. Analysis method, amount timing, and application -
sold in each If the latter systemis And, we have to feed them fertilizer thatis. are all key factors in proper
administration of the state school county. In general 6-8-8 or 10-10-10 analysis fertilizer vegetable garden fertilization. If in dount
system since 1974. used, the benefit to Bradford, Union, However, fertilizers can be confusing. is best for sandy soils. For muck and about any of these check with your County
The announcement has brought on and Baker would be negligible. What do the numbers on the tag mean? peat soils, which are already high in Agent's office in the Agricultural Buildingon
How much of what kind should ?
criticism in the Bradford County School Superintendent we use nitrogen, and 0-12-20 analysis is recom- North 301 in Starke, or phone 964-6280,
some harsh state press, And, when and how should the fertilizer be mended. For sandy soils, and other soils ext. 209.1'g. ..
particularly the St. Petersburg Times Jim Duncan is opposed to lotteryas applied? I'll try to answer these questionsin with a low nitrogen content, you'll need .
which praised Turlington for his 35 a means of raising the needed funds. this week's column. from two to five pounds of a common

years of serving Florida with "diligenceand He feels that all alternative sources of Our sandy soils are notoriously infertile. balanced analysis fertilizer for every 100 '
distinction' in.the State Legislatureand ,school funding should be explored And, this is a major problem for commer- square foot of garden. On organic soils, _
cial farmers and you'll need one or two pounds 100 p
backyard gardenersalike. per
"before start preying on the
Commissioner of Education and we
as .You can improve the fertility of square feet. If the soil in your garden isn'ttypical
din the same breath invited him "to weaknesses of those who can least afford garden soil with animal manures your and of either of these common types,

.retire immediately and let the Governor the luxury of gambling." other kinds of organic matter. But,in most you should have your soil analyzed to

'appoint someone else to finish out his In its editorial the Sun says, "By near- situations,you also need to add a commer- determine the best kind of fertilizer for
( ly measure a lottery is a lousy cial fertilizer. your particular needs.
,. ;term> someone with 'responsible ideas'for every ,
I" financing better schools." way to raise public funding, particularly Plants need a variety of nutrients. But, You should divide the amount of fertilizer -

In another critical, but somewhat in a state that still ranks among thenation's the major elements you must supply are called for into two applications. ,
About half should be broadcast over the
nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
calmer editorial, the Gainesville Sun lowest in state and local taxa- These chemicals are always listed in that ,entire garden a week or two before plan-
;announced its disapproval of a state lot- tion. Through a lottery, says the Sun order on the fertilizer bag. The tag also ting. The rest should be applied in shallow

:tery, saying, "The-idea of state government editorial, "the state would be working shows the quantity of each major elementin furrows on both sides of the seed rows at rMiss
pandering to the baser instincts of hard to promote gambling as a way of the mix. For example, a 100-pound bag planting time. This procedure is called
The furrows should be about six
of 6-8-8 fertilizer contains six pounds of a banding.
life teaching the children
its citizens holding out get-rich-quick thereby same nitrogen compound eight pounds of inches apart, and only two or three inches
illusions in a manner not unlike that of a seeks to educate that the key to suc- phosphorus in the form of phosphoricacid deep. Spread the fertilizer evenly in the

fast-talking confidence man in order to cess lies not in educational preparationand ,and eight pounds of a potassium com- furrows, and then fill them with soil. ,

milk a quick profit, is repugnant. It is hard work, but rather in playing the pound, called potash. The amount of fertilizer you place in

particularly distasteful considering that numbers long enough." The type and amount of fertilizer you each furrow will vary according to the Liberty

,much of the profit will be plucked from In announcing his decision Commissioner need will depend largely on the kind of soil distance between seed rows. With narrow Needs Our HelpThe
1 Turlington indicated he would in your garden.Your objective is to add on- rows, you'll have more furrows In a given
the of who should '
budgets poor people area,and just a little fertilizer in each one. famed Statue '
ly those nutrients that your soil doesn'talready of Liberty, raising
\not be wagering in the first place, but not limit his endorsement of state lot- contain in adequate amounts. You Where the rows are further apart you'll torch high over New York Harbor to
'who cannot resist a come-on that promises teries to mere passive support. He said should remember that too much fertilizercan have fewer burrows with more fertilizerin welcome immigrants, visitors and return-
to make them millionaires over- he would devote the remaining two be as bad as too little.Of course,if you each one. Just be sure to apply the right ing natives to our shores, is in the processof
night." years of his term to raising funds and apply too little, your garden will be un-: amount for your garden, and spread it a multi-million dollar restoration.

The Sun also reminded Turlington of heading up a petition drive to place a 'When completed, she will look as fresh
"the tendency of lawmakers, under constitutional amendment on the 1986 and beautiful as she did in 1886 when the

pressure from a thousand different ballot authorizing a state lottery. The <;Forestry in Bradford County francs people to of pay France the cost contributed of the sculpture two million as a

special interests, to take the course of Commissioner said he saw no im- i ,by David Norton,County Forester gift to the American people.
least resistance when it comes to cut- propriety in conducting a campaign fora With the

ting up the state's fiscal pie each year. lottery while serving as education Reforestation Tas Incentives people, Miss generous Liberty heIr still of the be American lifting her

If Florida begins to collect, say, $300 commissioner, companng it with ad- is used when the torch of hope for all to see, just ash she has

: million a year in lottery profits for vocating any other source of revenue Tax necks time again has for descended another year.down The aroundour laws sale Capital is a gains long-term allowance(owned more than one done for the past 98 years. ,

schools and colleges, it may only en- for education. and tax codes which affect forest landowners year) asset (timber, for example) is If you would like to help in this restoration -
courage legislators to start reducing the Commissioner Turlington said his I are, for the most part a break greater than what it was originally pur- send your contribution to: Statue.of
.amount of revenue funding going to proposed amendment would not specify from the normal routine of just paying chased for. The capital gains allowance Liberty Foundation, Inc., Box 1986, New.

education all the better to build more that proceeds from the lottery must be taxes. allows be income up to tax 60 free.percent of the proceeds to York, N.Y. 10018.Building .

prisons, pave more roads, promote used or education, but he"thought" the This is a reminder to landowners that
would the in that certain practices performed in timber Any landowner who has ever made use Permits
i tourism reduce legislators use money
more or even property
breaks knows that the tax
of these tax
and do have definitetax Decline in ..
fashion. But don't? growing February .N
in order to enhance their they
5 taxes own suppose advantages. This is the time when you breaks are there to encourage conserva-
; reelection chances. In the end, wes Once it gets into legislative hands, the need to insure yourself that you can reap .Include replanting trees. Other incentives Building permits issued in Bradford
suspect, "schools will be no better off "carrot on a stick' approach, using "*some of these benefits. the ASCS cost-sharing programs. County declined sharply in February

with a lottery than they were before, "funds for education" as a selling point, : If you planted pine trees for commercial under Once you these have programs signed-up, you and can are receive approved up totaling$445,935 as compared with$372,450

; and Florida will be no closer to the rank may turn out to be a hollow promise. production prior to January 1, 1983 you ,to a 50 percent reimbursement of all the in January.The .
are eligible "Reforestation Tax In- cost spent planting trees. February total included five single
) centives". There is a 10X credit against family dwelling, $176,600; 15 mobile'
-- taxes paid for all the expenses you have Tax reform proposals being consideredby homes, $134,400; 23 additions and
I ;;4- curred in planting pine trees.The costs include President Reagan would eliminate each miscellaneous $86,185; and six commer-
all site preparation costs necessary of these three programs by 1986. If you cial structures 48800.
.. prior to planting and all costs of planting.A have been considering a tree planting
__ amortized deduction is also'' operation on your land and would like to
I seven-year
available on the first 910.000 of these ex- take advantage of any of these programs,
I penses. A seven-year amortized deduction, this may be the last year to do it. j- ?p o

[ allows the tax payer to recover all his costs Sign-up periods under the Agricultural
1 f over a seven year period. Conservation Program will be during the
months of March and September ony. If
Did sell any timber in 1984? Don't'forget
{ you '
,, the gains allowance you are Interested contact Warren Carverat Thomas Jefferson's shoe .)*. wa
Thar ara some 70 pyramids still remaining In Egypt. to take capital for 12-1/2. i I
964-6548 an application.
y son the net proceeds from.the timber sale

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Antique and J Collectible. Show March 2224Antiques Good "Meals '

Social Side !,
and collectibles, of chicken and rice, peas and carrots, and Mrs.M:Sarnt,are working hardto day",and chill available too. ,4.. ..u:,: 4 .
course, are the spotlight features of rood and beverage will be served. assure that a daily supply 01 pies, For snack;foods,a fast food wagon :
.. the Show and Sale to be held on Meat loaf with tomato gravy, mash- cakes tarts,and that famous StarkestrawLerry will open at 9 a.m. to dispense soft Monty i <' ,
March 22,23,and 24,at the Bradford ed potatoes green beans, rolls and shortcake will be on drinks, and swing Into action at 10 theNews Gladys ;;
s County Fairgrounds, sponsored by beverages will be the feature. Fast hand.The dessert booth will be open a.m. offering hamburgers hot of' Social Editor i
the Woman's Club of Starke, but becoming a tradition all its own is from 11 a.m. to closing, and will be dogs, with all the trimmings. .: \
aurely, the delicious meals and the chicken tetrazzlni concocted by selling whole desserts as well as In- The good cooks of Bradford Coun- 964-7608
snacks prepared by the Club Mrs. A.J. Barryl) A salad, rolls, and dividual portions.For ty are preparing home-cooked s I
members, in conjunction with beverage will complete this meal., those who prefer a lighter goodies for your enjoyment while at- ,
Oleeta Hardenbrook, deserve a Lest you think the desserts have meal, we will have ham, tuna, and tending the Show and Sale-so come
special notice. been forgotten, Mrs. J.E. Byrd and turkey sandwiches, as well as a diet to browse among the exhibits, but ... I\
this year,"dinner"will be servedat her committee, consisting of Mrs. plate of fruit and cottage cheese. don't forget to stop for a meal or a II I
noon daU)'. On Friday, March 22, F.L.Merlle,Mrs.Carolyn Reynolds There will be a special "soup of the snack-we're sure you'll enjoy both! Club News Weddings (

, NoticesChurch Receptions

Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Williams j Items *>artles :,

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Nancy Lee,
Celebrate Golden Wedding AnniversaryOn N Roy Norman Told x

Sunday' March J, Rev. Ray- Faith Williams, granddaughter.Scott cake,fruit punch,candies and mints
mond and Mildred Williams of Williams, grandson from Lake were served. Their five children Mr. and Mrs. James W. Lee of ,
Hampton renewed their marriagevows City, acted as Junior best man. hosted the reception. niyL Florahome announce the engagement "i *
at the Calvary Baptist Churchin Nickie Wolfe, great granddaughter, Among out-of-town guests atten- and approaching marriage of s i
Starke on their Golden Wedding served as flower girl, and Kenny ding the ceremony were Evelyn 1 their daughter Nancy, to Ray Nor- ,
Anniversary. Officiating at the dou- Carmichael, great grandson, was Walling Wayne Walling and Loma man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank t
ble ring ceremony was the pastor ringbearer.Mrs. Chandler of Orlando; Mrs. Ted Norman of Starke.
Dr. Benny Beckum. Mildred O'Steeii, another Selgar of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Nancy and Ray are both
Vows were renewed beneath an daughter, assisted in arrangementsfor Donald.Williams, Scott and Denise graduates of Bradford High School. ,, +w+* .
archway decorated with flowers and the festivities, as did their son, Mr.and Mrs.Tony Williams,Jr.andchildren Nancy is employed at Kellday c'
greenery. The arch was topped with Donald W. Williams of Lake City. all of Lake City; Mr. and Healthcare Facilities. Ray is V \
_?a golden 50"and had gold hearts on Richard Trainor, pianist, Mrs. Charles Smith and Infant of employed at Community State Bankof
either side. Potted gladiolus mums, presented a program of music. Live Oak; Mr.and Mrs.James Babb Starke.
and snapdragons surrounded the Darlene Douglas was soloist. Kenny and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Williams of \ The wedding is planned for May .
base of the arch. Carmichael played the guitar and Gainesville; and Mrs. Daisey Bell 25, at 7:30 p.m. at the HeUbron Spr-
Mrs. Williams was attired In a Barbara Bridges sang, "The Lord's and family of Waldo. i\\ '. '. \ i ings Baptist Church, Starke.No y-'
rose chiffon dress and carried Prayer". local invitations are being sent,
dust Denise Diane Drake '
bouquet of spring flowers. During the ceremony, Rev. The honored couple were married however, all friends and relatives .
She was escorted up the aisle by her Williams read a poem entitled,"50th March 4, 1935 in Ashland Tenn. Denise D. Drake, are invited to attend.
son, Anthony W. Williams, of Mayo. Anniversary", which he had com- Besides their children,Mr.and Mrs. Michael L. Willis Nancy LeeINTRODUCING.
Norma Walker served her motheras posed for his bride. Williams are grandparents of 17 Announce '
matron of honor. Raymond W. Following the ceremony, a recep- grandchildren and have 11 great Engagement
Williams, Jr. was best man for his tion was held in the church grandchildren, many of whom attended Mrs. Marvin H. Pritchett of Lake ...
Jather. Serving as bridesmaid was Fellowship Hall. Decora ted weddingthe the festivities. Butler and Dennis C. Drake of
Lithonia,Ga., announce the engage- t American Draperies
ment and approaching marriage of
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their daughter, Denise Diane, to Oa.,1S Draperies
I Farm Bureau Women Attend State MeetingMrs. Michael Loren Willis,son of Mr. and Balloon Shades
Mrs. Frank D. Willis, Jr., of Eustis. me iors:
Shirley Gaskins and Mrs. many special programs they of the Bradford County Women. In- The bride-elect is a graduate of Roman Shades SAVE.
Helen Paterson recently attended have initiated and carried out. cluded in their plans are to sponsor a Union County High School and
. the Florida Farm Bureau Women's During the two-day meeting, the speaker in the next State meeting, Auburn University. She is presently Selected SAVE
Conference in St. Augustine. Approximately women heard a number of outstan- an educational tour of some local Industry employed at the Reception and 50 %
100 Farm Bureau ding speakers. Among them were and have an active booth at Medical Center in Lake Butler. I Vertical Blinds SAVE
Women from across the state were Bertie Mae McDonald, representingthe the Bradford County Fair. The groom-elect is a graduate of
present. Southern Region, and William Bradford County Farm Bureau Eustis High School and Valdosta
"Our Women's committee Swank, executive vice-president of president, James Gaskins, says our State College. He is presently
members are among our most active the Ohio Farm Bureau women are a valuable asset to the employed at Florida State Prison in Coordinate your home or office
Farm Bureau members said Mrs. Shirley Gaskins, head of county in visiting with other county Raiford.
Carl Loop, Jr. in his welcoming ad- Bradford County Farm Bureau members on how to make our own The wedding is planned for Satur- Draperies Wallpaper
dress.He expressed appreciation for Women, called a planning meeting county program more successful. day, April 20, at 5 p.m. at the First
Christian Church of Lake Butler. A
reception will follow in the
fellowship hall. Graber Verticals Shades
No local invitations are being sent.
Church of God Sweetheart Banquet"A All friends and relatives of the couple -
.1. are invited to attend. Levolor Mini BlindsWallpaper

Royal Invitation" 1 STARKECHURCH .
The Fellowship Hall of the Starke Hughes) held swords as the couples Youth Director, was the special 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Galore I
Church of God was the setting for the made the grand march into the cas- speaker for the evening bringing an Walter F. Montz, Pastor :
youth department's annual tle banquet hall. inspiring message on "A Royal In- We invite you to worship with us. Interior Decorating Easy
Sweetheart Banquet Saturday,Feb. ;,-A program was presented by vitation".Pastor Walter Montz gave ATTENDED NURSERY For Shop at Horns Convenience
23, at 6:30: p.m. youth leaders Ida Sue Schmitt, Ran- the benediction.Court jesters for the i Sunday School . . .. 10 am Call Donna Gruen 9647714.Starke ,
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......... The theme for the banquet was"A .. dy Joyner, and Cathy Martin. evening were: Mr. and Mrs.S.J. Os-. I'.Marnlng Worship ..... .,.. . .. 11 a.m. ., ."I..
--"- --Games 'and Diane*..fteeri.i server,;Mra and l\f.ROy ., ,. __ cat fad no gotlori oppClnrlne 'nn.rl.U1 t 'ie'l oJL'
-R Invitation" with decorations were- played Gerald Ertnlng Service >.. .'.'. . 6 ,.m. a nl
carried out in rtfyal style. The hall Hughes sang, "The Wedding Invita- Joyner, Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Clifford Wednesday Youth . .. 7:30: p.m.,
depicted a castle with the walls linedin tion",beautifully to the King and his Brantley -
Court. Martin,Kenny Scarbro and Ms. Jan .LI _
stoned paper and torches. The -
Rev. Lamar Daniels, district Corbett, II
head wall was covered with a red
draped swag. A platform held an
elaborately decorated table covered MAKE THAT
with a red and white flounced cloth
and centered with a three-branch Starke Junior Women's Club :
silver candelabra with burning red
tapers, flanked with two huge Would Like To Say I SPECIAL DAy.
thrones where the King and Queen I M'd
sat.Placed .
at points of interest were THANK YOU :
knights, swords and coat-of-arms
replicas. The tables were covered STARKE ELEMENTARY SOMETHING TO REMEMBER
with white cloths and centered with
silver candelabras holding red burning for presenting their "Latchkey Program" I
tapers, small castles and arrangements
of greenery and red car- also the '

held nations.a drawbridge The entrance which to was the chain-hall POLICE DEPARTMENTFIRE Let us assist you with your.. ,

ed to a stone wall holding burnt, g' DEPARTMENTAND .
torches. Two sergeantsatarmsGerald
( Brantley and Buster PARAMEDICSFOR I Invitations

1960 Class ReunionSet
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Members of the BHS graduatingclass
of 1960 are planning their 25th Brides Book
class July reunion 7,1985., tentatively scheduledfor 100.00 REWARDFor llu
Help is needed with the planning.A ,
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Announcing ;. Items of Interest

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: ? t MalIada ..iNeltaa; AOK Alpha Gamma Graham Baptist Church Bwuloh Baptist ChurchTo ,
.. Hold Revival .
Has IRS Program Hosts Guest Speaker
Mr.and Mrs.Otis Melton of Stark
1. announr the birth of Beulah Baptist Church 7 mi.south .-
a daughter. Church. SR 21.
Malinda Renee, ban Feb. 18 inAlachua Alpha Delta Kappa of Alpha Gamma west Graham of Graham. will |Waent the of Midtfleburg on SR M, will bold a .
held its
GtaerallbpitaL Chapter monthly Saturday. revival March 10-17, beginning; at 7p.m.
meeting In the Episcopal Parish Missionary Quartet nigdly.Rev. .
Maternal grandparents are Mr Hall MoadIy.1Iarda 4. March*,at 7p.m. .Jack Hall win be the featured
aad Don
Cutty of Starke.Paternal March 10. special guest
F. Bewley Sunday.
Guest speaker. Joseph
will also be
speaker. Special singing
grandparents and for
will be Eugene Haas
6eaa Welch Mrs. diaries areNew of H R Block was introduced byvicepresident speaker presented nightly.
Ricb- Carol Rc'1't.. He morning and evening sessions.
iiMWidj Ohio. invited to Pastor Herbert Mullaly cordially
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. (lUck) presented a program'* "Ta xPreparatioDfor.Tt The public is cordially invites everyone to attend.
Welch Jr. announce Ox birth at a .andcoa- attend.
son,Christopher Sean ban March S ducted a question and answer session
at Alachua General Hospital Casey.'daa Cta wfaril on tax problems from the au-

i dience. .
Maternal grand are Mr. Mr.and Mrs.Stippy Crawford IUMMa Sapp The devotional by Lorraine
and Mrs. Steve Qiha of Starke.Gainesville. nounce the birth of a daughter Smith opened the business meeting. Rita siey Lake Baptist Church
Maternalgre.t are Casey Jordan born Feb. XT The president Janet Gunning conducted
Mr. and Mrs. SteveStartht" ofLawtey Maternal grandparents Mr. Miss Rhonda SoppPartlcipat the business meeting.
: and Mr. aDd Mrs. AlbertCubbedgeofStarkeL and Mrs. A.C. Morrow of Starke. .* In Pageant Hostesses for the social hour were REVIVAL
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Lucille Johns Lucille Payne EuDlceSe.ariD&

Paternal grand '-.ca are Mr. Mrs.Paul Crawford of Lawtey. Miss Rhonda Sapp, daughter of and Gladys Thomas who
and Mrs. Patrick B. Welch Sr. of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon R. Sapp of carried out the theme of SLPatrick's .
Starke. Paternal great grandparents Starke was selected Wp.rberpatoin Day in table decorationsand March 15, 16, 17 at 7:30
are Mr. and Mrs. TJC 8&Key..u Daaisier the Fifth Annual Florida refreshments.
O'Brian of Starke aDd Mr.and Mrs. Homecoming Queen pageant held:
Lewis Welch of MadisadG.rtrytee.rkeJs.es Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dampier ofStarke Feb.33 and 24 at the Orlando Hilton. Billy Mayo Guest SpeakerBilly
aimiuuuce. the birth of a 1975 Class Reunion ,
a.-.Stacey Brooke barD Feb. Rhonda is the 1985-W Bradford
XS.SheJoinsasisterJoaiiie.ageXH.Maternal High School Homecoming Queen Committee Meeting
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jases dr grandparents are Mr. Only ten Florida's Mayo is a former rock drummer vocalist disc jockey, and
Starke pr..,.rrir''* the birth ef a 'aid Mrs. Victor Ashline of Statue School tl miming Queens afire The next planning committee drug addict.When be decided to accept Jesus as his personal Lord and
daughter. Conrtaey Brooke, bora *nd great grandmother is Mrs. Victor selected to participate in the meeting for the 1975 graduating Saviour. Billy was instantly delivered from even the desire for drugs
Alachna GeneralfaepitaL7She Ashline of New Yak Paternal pageant. Florida Homecoming class oBndfoni High School will be and alcohol. He began researching the lyrics and medical evidence of
} joins a airier Brandt granini are Mr.and Mrs John Queen received a cash scholarship tonight('J"bqn..IoI.ar.7)at 7:30 p.m., rock music's effect upon the whole person. "A Journey tbru Rock"
age s.. Danpier and great grandparents and expense paid trip to Honolulu, at the home of Matt and Debbie Hull developed as Billy discovered the facts about bidden messages including -
Maternal grandparents are Mrs.WJL areaMSarte. Mrs Eldon PowcO and Hawaii to compete with Homecoming in Starke.All backwards masking and the extent of rock band involvement
Patrick Lawtey and the late Queens from other states for the graduates interested in helping
W.M. Patrick. Paternal grandparents title of America's Homecoming with the reunion are invited to at- denominational in the occult It is a message for all ages and one which has crossed all

arc M aad Mrs. JErmie Queen.July 23-30. tend.
J.ne*of Starfce.Great grandparents Jslairr Itainaaaa rattmin
are Mr. and Mrs.Vassae Joaes sad America's Homecoming Queen is
j great: great graadEather is Wafer Bobby and Teresa Patterson an- a noo profit organ zatioo prMnnting To th. Churches I.A VERTlSE/fT
Mattes., aB of 1 B L aoaace the birth of a daughter.Jiiip and educational travel for
f R&aanaon, butu Feb. 24 inAlachua high JI Homecoming. Queens in Of the Community:
I.Ga8We GeDen11bpitaL all 50 states.
Maternal grandparents are Mrs A meeting for the Ministerial
J ba aid Tammy Gamble ef Porvs. Pauline DeVore and the late John R. Rhonda was sponsored in this Alliance has been scheduled for
{ fast -- ""e the berth of a DeVore of Lawtey. Great grandmother event by: Norman's Produce March 7 at the Western Steer Family NOTICE TO BIDDERS:
-. Lee Aaroa. bora Feb. 17 at is Mrs.RJL Fatah. Cowart's Appliance; C ft Js HairStyles Steak House. The meeting will
Forest Gee l Hospital.Miss. Paternal grandparents are Mr. ,Dr.R..E.Dopson Florida National begin at 12 noon over a dutch treat NOTICE is hereby, given that sealed BId Cmuosals will be received by'
Maternal graadpareats are Mr. aDd Mrs. Bob Patterson Jr. ofStarke. Bank, Thomas Auto Parts lunch. A program win be presented the Bradford County School Bo>irJ. 582 II. Temple Ave., itaiKc, Florida
aDd Mrs. Samuel Adro Brown Great grandmothers are Terwillegar Motors and Leila's by Betty Young in the area of Child 32091. 10:00 ttorc\i\ 15. )9&:;.
formerly Starke.Paternal grandparents Mary Patterson MiUport,Ala.and Dress Shop. Abuse.Affordable .
are the late Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Rainwater of Birmingham, "
WUhs Lee Gamble ef Purvis.Miss.Showers Ala. BRADFORD II1QI SQIOOL

at which tine bits will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received
.. -----..--..-.......... after toe above Hoe and date will not be considered. Award. If In best \
i interest of Owr :r. will be wade within five calenddr days. .

Susan P. Coins
Wedding Bands PlAItS SPECIFI :ATlOlIS. AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained from the
SoUp ScoggIns Shower Honor* office of Don R. Morgan Post Office Drawer 1208, Keystone Heights, Florida
Shower Honor. la our ncpmt Eatflcn Loweco0dctroa 32656. CNLT.CONTRACTORS .
mil had tie waiting
ir r i Mrs. SaDye Scoggtns of Hamptonwas Susan P. Coins whose marriageto dm riut m 1 do"m fat ifcc -'al : Will, upon receipt of one hundred dollars ($100.00)) payable to
Philip"Foots"Prevail win bean h Don R. Morgan Architect, be forwarded two sets of plans and specifications.
honored at a baby shower given nrM; wav
on Wednesday Feb. 20. by her coworkers event of March t, was honored at a af...- eowdtleB.rt. sttnks. Fifty returned dollars in(SSO.OO) will be refunded provided the plans and specificationsare
"good" condition within ten days of bid opening.S18COIITRACTORS .
bridal shower March 2. xA
at the Florist .t.c..Eulh cnftal: r 14t aid I i
The b Norma Dona given by Jean Wukerson. Betty icttaid All frost
Shop. ___ qoaLty
Ji&, : Hill upon receipt of fifty dollars (J50.0J) made
Patsy Phillips Teresa Teicbert and Cavanaugh. Ethel Norman Darlene -.'.. dut..i.od'Icn.de
... payable to Don R. Morgan Architect be forwarded one set of plans and
Jane Graudon greeted friends and Wood and Mary Taylor at the homed bee J'U'eel: I, specifications, non-refundable.
relatives attending the latter in Lawtey. < i
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The flower shop was decorated. The refreshment table was _fo ti=t EACH BIO: Shall be accompanied by a cashier's check or bid bond in the
with colorful streamers. halVwM. covered with a lace doth aDd adatss .untof, five percent (SX) of the bid price payable to the Owner
flowers, and stuffed animate. centered the punch-_bow ) .. .
Jtqf. .i.y.r" _
'(tie honoree and her mother.Mrs. .Brownies;nuts,mints and cake were=:. $,';r awn iii"' 'ris .-., 1 TilE SUCCESSFULMaterial : BIDDER 'Will.itg'r required to provide 4p9erf nuant : Uboo&ad;
Ruth Meng. were presented with a r Paynentpany Bond in'1lAtl"awwfuRtbi lOO.fd"'th! +''Trf6Tarourffibo9uretyttmHe< y
red rosebud and baby's breath cor served. shall be licensed to do business in the state of Florida, and shall'be t
sage. Game prizes were won by Lori Among the approx. 30 guests were listed by the United States Treasury Department.
Meng. the bonoree's mother. Mrs. ROM 7C i
The refreshment table was Padgett and the groom's mother, PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn for thirty days after bid date. ;\
centered with a white Iced cake Mrs.Wad a Prevatt. .I\
decorated with pink icing and : IM w.CoO Awl- itl 1.P! ALL BIDDERS: Will be notified of the award of contract to the Successful
miniature baby cLa actera. Fruit Mothr, Son HonoredAt _-.- "::> Jc'. eaL.F.t57t1..I'S bidder or the rejection of all bids within five days of the Owner's. de- I,
punch,, nuts and caDdies were also Baby Shower ) I cision. ,:
Mned. :5= = j
Assisting in opening gifts were ", ;' -
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Hobbs and infant '
of the -- -
Miss April Scoggins.daughter baby
honoree..Mrs. Ruth Meng kept the Withahower.am Lee.were honoredta -
gift list. Mrs. Scoggins was Thursday Feb. 21, at 7:30P.lD..o
I with a baby swing by the ritfat the home of Tracy Torodeon FOR SALE I HOURS
t:::: la Loop hi Starke. Hardware
Guests attending were presented Guests invited included the 'iL\e.. Monday Saturday
with long stemmed roses,decorated iiMrtyffW> Elementary School staff RefrigeratorUrge S$ eL r Hwy 301 South 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
with baby's breath and fern. and faculty. A Rocking Horse motif 964-4642 Sund
was used the decorated
on cake .ap.m
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Rocking Horse matching napkins Dcfvcrr CM be atraagetf 954-7002

and plates were other appointments
Woman's Club To Host included fa the decorations. WE NEED On All

Health Car. Program Denise Hostesses Adams for the Sonja shower Baldree.were PECANSPaying I HousewaresPet fl 01
Mrs. R.H. Renfroe. Home Life JoAnn Hamilton. Laurie Muffins. 35' Ib.MIKE'S 2

Starke Chairman baa of announced the Woman's that Club Ellen of Torode Susan Nichols and Linda Alice Tougaw.Smith Tracy The PRODUCE 2 0 In Supplies U0

Edwards of Health Care hostess presented Kathy and baby 2 Idles Jantti II State M us 301
Upjohn William with double Far Quantities Cat Laundry Supplies
Services. Inc.,of Gainesville will be a stroller as a Large 964-7002
the speaker at the Wednesday memento of the occasion. Off ChemicalsHouse Off
March I I. fci.vtw wiM rtin to beheld Cleaning
at noon at the clubhouse.
Assisting Mrs. Renfroe will be
Mrs. F. Brown, Mrs. W.M. Denton t
Mrs. R. Hall, Mrs. E.A. Hail Mrs. Public Notice -
J.C. Hobbs Mrs. B.Lang Mrs.J Ji. r
McClane, Mrs. R. Moore Mrs.JJX '
Odom Mrs. TJL O'Steen. and Mrs \'81rse'l \R TAU EST
O.A.Wiggins.All Actual Use ReportAvailable
members are cordially invited. o
to attend. It SALE vinyl-acryJfc

Junior Woman's Club .. all Fin

To,Mt March 11 .peeifllss9099. :

The Junior Woman's Club of ..:..
Starke will meet Monday March 11, All persons are hereby notified that t ac wtswwr:
at 7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse.

Form RS-8 General Revenue Sharing Ac- Bedding -

Bvrly McGee tual Use Report for the Bradford County Plants ,=. -

To 0. Spokr Board of County Commissioners is avail- 79C Q 1

For Hommakr's dub'Bradford
County Homemaker's able for public inspection. The report and 6 Pack '

Club the will Agriculture meet March BnUdina 14, at 10 ajn.in with. supporting documentation from which 10-10-10 .

speaker. :Mrs., Beverly McGee of Fertilizer 'gal.
Whispering Pines Care Center. the report was prepared are on file at the .
The public Is Invited to attendregardless 3.99 _
of race sex. or national Bradford County Courthouse 925 North a t 1 '
origin. 40 Ibs. r

I Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 32091 LL _

Pvt.Completes Robert Basic Jones,Training from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00: p.m. on Monday Rose Bush Pine Ames Come Get ., :

Sate .
Army National Guard Pvt.Robert I thru Friday. Bark. Ftrtfflzer Keys Made ,
W; Jones son of Curtis D. Jonas of Welch *
10I Plumbing futures
Starke completed baste. framing fIG'" Spreader : '
at Fort Jackson.; S.C. \0 s Ps999 2.99 Hot Water HeatersPVCPIpe : '

During the training students Gilbert S. Brown Esther B. 19.98 *
received instruction la drill and Eltersoni $8 95 .
'ceremonies,weapons map reading.teticsv 3 c4. a Drop Type Paint Accessories

mtiMary courtesy: military i Clerk to the Board Co. Finance Director I 'SiPatented AlC Allen
justice first aid, aad Army history .. '
and traditions.


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March 7, 1983 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

Did You Know .............. ................................,, ................... . .. :
f : Hampton Hilites .. .. .. ..................:....................;................. ,1

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Futch have
Miss Kathy Sochowlez of Royal
by Dolores Meng Bill Meng and son Michael Hampton Elem. '
of St.
Oak, Mich. and James Miller of had as guests Mrs. Benton Futch
phone 468-1913 Petersburg, spent the weekend ,
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Gracevule over the weekend and with School. News
Mr: and Mrs. Chuck Jones of Golden his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul '
James' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. anniversary... Meng. Also visiting were Angela CTBS Test!*
George Miller. Gainesville on Saturday. Congratulations to Rev. Raymondand Meng, their granddaughter from The CTBS tests given annually to

Mildred Williams who Jacksonville( and Bill and Bessie all elementary school children are
The results of the annual member Leaving for Air Force Basic celebrated their Golden Wedding Miller of Tampa.Mike' These given this week at 1ICbool.
f ship tournament of the Duplicate Training Is Terrence W Martin,son Anniversary and Susan, tests determine the basic
March 4. On Slaughter and
of Mrs. Danlelia Martin and DonaldJ. ,
Club on Feb. 26 first skills attained students.
Bridge were: by
March children
3 Susana and
they renewed their mar Marlow, of
Martin, both of Starke. successful
Lucile Green and Marjorie Thomson Upon Report Cards
s riage and Bootsle
vows and held a reception at Leesburg, Boyer of
; second Yvonne Reichmann completion of six weeks at the Oklawaha On Monday, March 11, report
Calvary Church in spent a camping
and Allene Brew; tie for third Jack Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Starke. weekend at the home of Kevin and cards for the fourth six weeks
and Louise Burnette and Rhea Airman Martin will be trained in the Patti Meng. celebratedDaniel's grading period will be sent home
Johnson and Lora Francis. Security Specialist field. Airman Baby Shower... They with students '
.. Martin is a 1982 Starke Christian Mrs. Sallye Scoggins was honoredon night. first birthday Saturday Super P.E.Sludeqt'

Mrs. One Wiggins and Mrs. School graduate. Feb.20 at a baby shower given by Those named Super P.I!.: Students
jj Phillip Nichols and daughter visited her workers at the Bradford for the week, Feb. 25 -to March 1
Mr. and Mrs. Gene in Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gasslck of Florist Shop.Recuperating.. were: Hope Archey, Charles
burn, Ga. over the Wins. Farmingville, N.Y., were Sunday Thomas W. Johnson, Crawford, C.K. Fuqua, Frank
visitors of Mrs. Flossie Prescott. ... Bryan K. Clark Kosar, Bryan Archer Michele
Jennifer Padgett Mrs. H.M. Richarde was weekend Basic Hayes, Amy Horne and Stacy
Charles Rahn and Tiffany Cecil Mattheus and William Lahn Complete Course
Steve Hoffman guest of Mrs. Helen Wallace in daughter, Rhoden. ISchool
Jacksonville and they attended the of Orlando, were weekend have returned home following
ir Jennifer Padgett, play, "My Fair Lady", at the visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. several weeks hospitalizatlon. Marine Pvt. Thomas W. Johnson,
T.B. Rahn. son of Chris Seay of Starke, recently. Lunch
I'. Stephen Hoffman Alhambra afternoon. Dinner-Theatre Saturday Hospitalized... completed the Basic Amphibian

:, To Wed March 23 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mobley of Mrs Wessle Saxon, Mrs. Mina Tractor Crewman's Course. A 1984 Menus
Jacksonville were Monday visitorsof Beckham and Homer Spooner were graduate of Bradford High School, .
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt C. Padgett, Leaving for Air Force Basic Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman. hospitalized at Bradford Hospital, he Joined the Marine Corps in July,

Sr., of Starke, announce the engage- Training is George A. Canova, Jr., ;Inc last week. Jack Hall is a patientat 1084.
ment and approaching marriage of son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mrs. David Sapp and son of North Florida Regional Hospital. Marine Pfc.Bryan K.Clark,son of Bradford County Middle School
Connie M, and Norma J. Clark of and
Bossier La. Mr. and all elementary schools:
Canova, Sr. of Starke. are visiting
their daughter, Jennifer Katherine, Upon comple- Condolences... .
Hampton, recently completed the
Monday M.r.lI: Beef-A-RonlchMMstlx
tion of six weeks at Lackland Air Rudolph Sapp this week.
to Stephen Lewis Hoffman of Basic beam,
son Amphibian TractorCrewman's apple crisp hot rolls, milk.
Force Base Sympathy is extended to the fami
Texas Airman
Mrs. Sue Hoffman and the late Canova Tuesday. Mar lit Chili,crackers cabbage law,
Irwin Course
will be trained in the general field. Mrs. Leon Gray of Plttsburg, Pa. ly and friends of. Harry (Shorty) at Camp fruit Jello cinnamon roll milk
Lewis Hoffman, aU of Lakewood, Canova is a 1981 BHS graduate.Mr. was last Tuesday overnight guest of Baker who died on Feb. 25. His Pendleton, Calif. A 1982 graduate of Wednesday. M.r. 13 Chicken Noodle, H
Colo. Mr.and Mrs.J.D. Warren enroute to daughter, Elva Jean Spencer, and Bradford nigh School, he joined the peanut, butter It honey sandwich, buttered. green
The bride-elect attended Bradford and Mrs. J.T. Carver spent Winter Haven to make her home. her husband of Midland, Va., and his Marine Corps in July, 1984. peas Thursday.Mar.cup milk.14:Salisbury Steak,rice 4 gravy
High School. Mr. Hoffman is Feb. 23-25 in Winter Haven where son and family, Harry W. Baker,Jr., During the six-week training at turnip greens peaches hot roll, milk.
employed by the U.S. Navy. they attended the Florida Citrus V.J. Spengler entered North who are with the U.S. Army in Germany Johnson Camp Pendleton, Calif., Pfc. fries Friday, fruit Mar.Jello let, Barbecued Beef on Bun, french
The wedding is planned for Saturday Festival and also visited their Florida Regional Hospital last Friday came home to be with their for and Pfc. Clark were cookiem milk.

J March 23 at 3 p.m. in daughter, Vickie. with pneumonia.Mrs. family. prepared amphibian tractor assignment unit. to a Marine

Fellowship Baptist Church in Sympathy also goes to the family Bradford County High School
' Gene Fuller of Moultrie and and friends of Mrs. Mary Theressa Amphibian tractor units transport
Raiford.All Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Betts and Mrs. Overholser( who died on Feb. 26. Her troops and supplies from ships to Monday. Mar. II: Salisbury Steak mashed
relatives and friends are invited Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. O.L. Joyce Ware of Climax,Ga. were last son and family, Mr. and Mrs. beaches during combat and shore potatoes It.gravy green beans,Key lime pie, hot
Haynes,Jr. Mrs.C.G. Hill operations. rolls milk.Tueiday.
to attend. Mrs.
Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. William Overholser Scott and Jeff
Charles guests .M.r.IZ.Chicken It Noodles cheese iDa,
.f-.f'B Darby attended the play, J.H. Moncrief at Kingsley Lake. spent several days with his sister green lima beans, peaches chocolate: cake
"My Fair Lady", at the Saturday and family Mr. and Mrs. Connie biscuits mUle.Wednead.y. .
matinee at the Alhambra .Mar 11 Barbecued Beef Bun,buttered
Dinner. : on
Mr. and Charlie and Clark.
Theatre. Mrs. Green They flew back to corn applesauce brownie, milk.
Mildred GriffisC.Iebrates.Birthday daughter of Wake Forest, N.C., Mooresville, Indiana, on Monday.Mr. ci'p1 Thuraday.Mar.14:Chill,crackers,cabbage slaw
t spent Friday to Wednesday with and Mrs. Henry Spell and \ pear halves,cinnamon roll milk.
l PFC Michael R. Ettman, son of Friday Mar. let Spaghetti w/meat sauce: cheese
it their parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned homeon """"
Gj1pIS stix, ,
,q Ms.-Marge Ettman of Starke, is stationed Green and Mrs. Carolyn Taylor. Saturday. They had attended the \ garden salad apple crisp hot rolla, milk.
in Korea until
A birthday dinner was held Saturday would like December and funeral of Mrs. Lefebvre's sister, The most overworked word in Eng- ALA-CARTE
to hear from his
i noon in honor of Mrs. Mildred PFC Michael R. Ettman friends: Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwinwas Mrs. Clementine Leech, In lish Is possibly the word "set" Monday-Pizia: hamburgers french fries
Griffis at the home of Lex and ,248-29-8432, Sunday and Monday visitor of Owensboro, Ky. milkshakes.TueidayCheeseburgers.
r Joy E. Co. 1/31 M which has 58 noun uses, 126 verbs!
( ) Inf.,APO,San Fran
pizza, french frlea.
her sister
;, Johns on W. Morgan Road.A Mrs. J.H. Fields.
cisco, Cal. 96251. Ettman was a 1984 Visitors... uses and 10 uses as an adjective.: milkshakes.
turkey dinner with all the trimmings BHS Wednesday-French fries, hambur.era.mUllsha"ea. ,
graduate and had basic training
was the main course with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey and Among those visting Mrs. Clarice ,pizza.ThursdayFrench.
many other Southern dishes including of 500 at Ft. Benning,Ga.where as one sons of Tampa were Sunday overnight Adkins over the weekend were her ll iii JG fries' pizza cheeseburgers,
graduating students he milkshakes.
'S several desserts and a huge one of nine honor graduates.Lawtey ,. was guests of her parents, Mr. and nephew Wade Preister and Sybil Ar- Friday-Pizza, hamburgers, french fries,
X, birthday cake. Mrs. W.S. Haas. balo of San Antonio,Texas,and Jane milkshakes.
c.. Among the 40 helping to celebrate Preister of Palatka. Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch or
,j\' the occasion from out-of-town were Americans consume almost tnrea salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carte.

i, Mrs.Marybelle Ruth Strickland Strickland and of Ebro Mrs.; Newby S............................................................................................................times........as....much... .....margarine...............as...butter......................,.............,.............................

Priscilla Faison and son of Bonifay;

Jerome Griffis and Mrs. Eunice Elizabeth Terry spent the weekend with their their daughters, Nancy and Sherry, Mrs. Hicks' birthday They stoppedby will visit his grandmother, Mrs.
Guilliard of Jacksonville; Charles phone 782-3300 mother, Mrs. Pauline DeVore and and their granddaughter Shawna, to see Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Hail of Mabel McClellan for a few days.
and Tommie Lou Strickland of Bun- Personals... family. and their mother, Mrs. Hester Melrose to visit Mr. Shuford's sister Mrs. Lois Blevins of Lenox, Ga.
nell; Voncille Bruce, godchild and Mrs. Pauline DeVore and Hicks, went to Daytona Sunday to and brother-in-law on Sunday after visited her mother, Mrs. Minnie
children of Fairbanks. James Waters was a surgical patient daughter, Mrs. Linda Adkins, see her son-in-law and daughter,Mr. noon. Futch, in Bradford Hospital, Inc. on
in Shand's Hospital, visited Mrs. Teresa Patterson and and Mrs. Floyd Martin.This was for ivIcClellan of Brunswick, 9a. Saturday and Saturday night with
Gainesville, since Sunday, Feb. 24. daughter, Jaimie, in Alachua her sister, Mrs. Mabel McClellan.
We are happy to report that he came General Hospital, on Sunday, Feb.
home Thursday and is getting along 24.Mrs.
We Need Your Helpl"to I
fine. Elizabeth Redd of Macon,

help your need" Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta, Ga. Ga. is visiting her brother and sister- ''I,,monnnii'" mrnn II mnx'" l 11'11 I "'''mq''1 'u"i"UI"I I I|Ilil|'||IPIII!|||||||I'll|'|||)||||/111'|||'|||'IIPI'!;")I|||II|||||| ||||!|||II|||| |||1II1II""IIII"'III..lIIlIr|| | '
spent from Wednesday to Friday in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillipsof I I jllillUllllliuiiV ""''.''''' '' II -. __ __ .
,Madison Street Church is, with i his parnts Lake Butler so she can be near' "
Baptist ; f "M",, e'Ed,: ,P43. ':" "" -
!attempting to cj( +cover'needs in our' > Harold Eunice ; C her mother, Mrs/Mlnrfie;Phillips, PEP OFOODSTORE
community. Suggestions will be Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. who( is in Whispering' Pines Nursing
greatly appreciated.Soon were supper guests of their mother, Home in Starke.
you many be contacted by a mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr. in Lake City. We are happy to report that Mr. ( _
telephone survey or a personal on Saturday night. and Mrs. Danny Phillips have mov- ;
survey worker. Mrs. Minnie Futch age 95, is a patient ed into their doublewide trailer andit ,
Please help us by sharing the com in Bradford Hospital Inc. Our is beautiful. $
620 S.
Walnut Street
munity's needs in order that we may prayers are with her. Wayfte Hardee and Jud Fullmer of I:
help I We are happy to report that Mrs. Hilliard visited the Studstill's of
You may write us at: Madison Pearl Campbell came home from Lakeland, Ga. on Sunday afternoon.Mr. IJ f Is Having Their
Street Baptist Church, 900 W. Shand's Hospital,Gainesville,and is and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and I'
Madison St., P.O. Box 328, Starke, getting along fine. children went to Showbiz Pizza in
a FL 32091. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny DeVore and Orange Park on Friday night.
daughter, Nicole of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and ANNIVERSARYIiuiiliiotP

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AA TKI.KGKAIMI; March 7, 1985

.r' Commission :' I

,, ',. '.' "., ,,,,," ,

From race IA proval of a request from S.I.Safer to the change for severalmontha to Eunice Rd.'Pavlng... In addition, Commissioner E.W. road is full of potholes and going
New Contract... rezone 40 acres, 2.5 miles east of ease congestion.No Hodges fast, Hodges said.
Commissioners discussed suggested, and the commis-
Starke from RSF-MH getting
on SR-lQ, ,
Chairman Carter stressed that the residential allowing mobile homes, Grant for BC... prices on paving Eunice Road north sion sort to get prices on retopp- The county is still working Road on which paving -
board's new contract with attorney to OR, rural. Commissioner of Lawtey, the next paving project ing a road in Brooker,old Road of Ellington Church ,
open The application for Road
Flynn should be reviewed by an at- Safer a the county will undertake.New 231 which runs from in front of branches off Laura Church
Hodges explained probably Small Cities
$500,000 Block Grant Green's and south back to SR-16:
Store runs
torney, other than the county at doesn't want any other development was not funded by the state, clerk commissioner Wilbur Waters to present 231. The
torney The commission doesn'twant around his home reportedly on the. Gib Brown reported. suggested the county might save
to work itself Into such a hole market for over $400,000. Only 14 of 91 grant applicationswere money by hiring a contractor to do
with the termination clause the
again complete job.
funded statewide.The WANTED NEW CUSTOMERS
Carter said.Emergency. Prices should be sought both
301 Turn Lanes... county's proposed project ways, a complete job and with the
Plan... The state Department of would have done drainage and pav- county doing the road bed prepara- COMPLETE LAWN SERVICE
The commission passed Transportation, in a Jan. 25 letter ing work in the Lincoln City area tion and pre-grading work and then
unanimously an ordinance from district superintendent Walt just south of Starke and oa the east hiring the limerock and asphalt to be YARD CLEAN OUTS LANDSCAPING < I
establishing the Comprehensive Skinner, had agreed to eliminate side of US-301.
Emergency Management Plan to be parking and establish turn lanes on One big reason the grant application laid.Cost figures on the Laura Church SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
administered by Emergency Services US-301 from SR-16 north to where did not compete more successfully Road paving project, recently com-
Director Cliff Chapman. the divided highway begins at the is that the county does not pleted,are being worked up to use as FREE ESTIMATES -
have fair housing law said
a ,
EconoLodge.The Zoning
a guide to the of
figure cost
Compactor Needed.,. county has been requesting Director L.M. Gaines. the Eunice Road. paving CALL EVENINGS 782-3354 (NICK)

The commission is seeking!
$25,000 per year from the. City of
Starke for using the county landfillto

dump funds city would garbage.The be. used to pur- NOW! PANTRY PRIDE SAVES YOU MORE WITH...
chase a compactor to cost around ,
Space in the county landfill is ,
rapidly being depleted.A compactor ,
would make the space left last about i
one-third longer, Commissioner
Wilbur Waters said.
The county is currently tearing upa I
bulldozer being used in an attemptto
compact garbage as much as
possible, said CommissionerWaters.

Commissioners. traveled Monday Now you can choose from over 100 Extra Cash Dividend

afternoon to Putnam County to see a
compactor in action. Specials to help you plan ahead and budget for extrasaving.

More Landfill Space... .
Negotiations remain under way
for a trade with the Suwannee River

Water Management District r Cash Cash -- i---7 Cash Cash -- Cash --._ __
(SRWMD) for more landfill space. (Dividend Dividend ) I I DividendJIFFY Dividend ) -- (?Dividend .
Ronnie Newman donated 160 acres
of land in Santa Fe Swamp to the Special Special Specia1 Specia1
county. Commissioners want to
trade that 160 acres to SRWMD for
some land it owns high on a hill in
the present landfill area. DIXIE FAB CORN KRAFT
The trade must be approved by the 2 LITER

Zoning Changes... SUGAR 30- OFF LABEL 7.5oz PKG. PEPSI SLICES

The commission acted on three 49oz BOX f fI
12oz PKG
recommendations from its zoning
board, agreeing with the zoning
board in each case:
Upheld the zoning board in its
denial of a request by Harry N. I
Greene to rezone 14 acres in
Strawberry Acres from EA, exclusive I
agriculture, to OR, open
rural. The change would have in-
creased density; the EA classification -
requires two acres for a
residence; OR would allow property
to be divided into one-acre lots for
residence.A .
group of seven Strawberry
Acres residents attended the zoning
hearing before the county commis-
sion. The residents pointed out they
moved to Strawberry Acres, a sub-
division lying east of US-301 south of
,Lawtey, to live in the country. 4 it PanGROCERY
Property owners in the subdivision Pays'To Shop Pride for'

have four or five acre parcels, ,
they said.
Commissioners assured the 4 y :)-
residents that the county has no In-
tention of doing anything the MEAD' .
residents oppose. ;"'yeIIISTURT
The residents said they'd like to ::
have an additional exit for emergency GRITS
use when trains block their acces
to US-301, but not at the expense of
the zoning change which would allow -J
more people in the area. Greene of- 11
fered the right-of-way across his
land for the road only if he got the U.aOA. TOP CHOICE FLORIDA PREMIUM GRADE
Upheld the zoning board's approval BOTTOM
of request to allow an in- GRITS STRAWBERRY

..dustiral classification on property REG.CHEESE,HAM ft BACON PRESERVES ROUND
south of CR-221 and north of Ramp-

ton. The change from OR, 'open .. ( $ 149UBBVS LEGS
rural ,
to 'industrial,' will allow 7'9C ROAST
David McKibben to build a manufac- 8OZ 180Z : :
turing plant to make automobile PKG. JAR .

generators Upheld and the starters.zoning board's "
RHEDBEEF .. i,,,,1.39 $ I 79

Savings Bonds . cart 2/1. PERLBLB PER LB

$$122.000 in BradfordSales

of series EE United States USDA TOP CHOICE
Savings Bonds in Bradford County CORN FED BONELESSWHOLE

totaled $122,031 during: 1984, J.E. ,un FRESHPORK 9 9 EYE $ 2PlANTATION 49
Tomlinson of the Florida National PICNICS
Bank at Starke said today. LB ROUND ROAST LB
Tomlinson serves Bradford as
County Volunteer Savings Bond

1984 sales have increased substantially .- SLICED BACON $139 BEEF CUBED $ 269CHUNX
over the same period last year
totaled $210,521,603 for the FAMILY SIZE PKQ.

period. DOG FOOD urn TOP cuotce+
National sales of Savings Bonds .
during 1984 amounted to$4 billion,a noun o .LB,1.90 PORK BUTTS 1.19
four percent increase over 1983.Cur- 49 IC SAUSAGES. 'y 1.79
rently, $74.51 billion worth of Savings -' 25 LB $4' 2SOZiJAR 89 RltMPROAsf BEEF ::2.11.0 OR 5 us PKG.FRYING CHICKEN J.IC I AU BEEF

Bonds are being held by the BAG t .2.69 GIZZARDS u .59 BURGERS '? 1.69
November 1, 1982 'new HAMSUCES L.i.99 siusAGiT: 2 1.79 BA COOKED
Series EE Savings Bonds held five HONEY I MAO r" < . L81.19
years or longer earn 85 percent'Of a 1.59
the average return on five-year NABISCO .
Treasury marketable securities during PREMIUM SALTINES. '=1.15
the holding period. FROZEN
There is a minimum guaranteed
return of 7.5 percent for bonds held COOKIES X1.49
at least five years.Most older seriesE SWANSONMJELLERS' TROPICANA vL VALLEY DALE
and EE Bonds are also eligible for ', J.. REGULAR GOLD'N PUREORANGE HONEEWEENEE
the market-based rate. The rate for JUICED
the current six-month market-based OLD FASHIONEDt oj erjm DINNERS
"With market-based interest," "
Tomlinson said Bonds FINE MEDIUM OR WIDE ::; ..
I "Savings I $129 $149
buyers are able to benefit from in- I "' ,, :'"
\! ."
creases in market interest,while being ;, :D 11.5OZ L
protected from steep market 8OZ 49 -, I FROZEN
1 declines. And the Payroll Savings PKG. : r
employers, allows individuals to KRAFT DRESSING I FRENCH SWANSON-S TOAST WITH OR SAUSAOe, COTTAQEcHcese ieoz 1.09 LUNCH MEATS 1202 .99
save regularly and automatically- '
PANCAKES ID9 9 LYKESSAIMUPII'POWERPAI and market-based Interestfor
only get a few dollars a week." FRENCH, ITALIAN OR CATAUNA. 'IIAUn'ODEEPDIBH. DEANS DIP . ICZ .45 LUNCHEON tsoz 1.29
pl77A . ,3.19
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Southside's It's Elementary Kids... k
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Thee students from Southside journeyed to Jacksonville on Saturday.Feb. .
!:' 23,to participate in the educational game show "It's Elementary."
The show will be aired on Saturday.April 6,at 10 a.m.on WJXT,Channel ..
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They are: front row, l-r) Amanda Loper Sophia Fanton Kenya ,+., I w c
Atkins,Kristen Sapp Leighann Odom Richard Wolf Kelly Stewart. tr ti
(Back row, I-r) Matthew Eunice Kelly Ann Duncan, Jane Stanwlx-
lIay, Michael McKinney, Lewis Mallard B.B. Prevatt, Chris Rodriguezand
David Fischer.Community.

Bible Church

Baptist Fundamental

REV. D.M. WESTON 964.5522
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Sunday Service . . . 9:45 & 11:00 a.m. .(' ; i : ,
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Pick up the free WED.,,MAR.,13,1966 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED, ..' '':';':<' J;: '

to Pantry Pride. It lists over P' "
you come ranked 39th out of 93 applicants -

100 NEW CASH Dividend Specials for Extra Saving h-;:: -..; \Q: ,1 Grants and for only Small 14 Cities were funded Block

to / statewide, City Clerk Lucille
rtA'S: { = :) I Shuford told the city commission
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Monday night, March 4.Lawtey's
--- Cash _-J Cash : --i\-: -.IA.-: ::: ,_ "'I' application,
-'- '_,,: i'D( ':-'-' .' grant
Dividend ( I I ) II'JaMUU 1 :" and submitted the
( _) :: prepared by
Spec Speciat .jij.i'-: : I :f" North Central Florida Regional
Spec :
:: -" Planning Council (NCFRPC) accumulated -
600-plus points
E! fir' those winning the grants had about800plus
.' PANTRY PRIDE LARGE MR TURKEY YELLOWONIONS : \I r points. "Not a bad showing,
i but just not enough to win," commented -
DOZENEGGS FRANKS w f7 Lawtey Mayor-
Commissioner Laura Harris.In .
other March 4 business, the
LB PKG 3 LB BAG council:
ee 'V

I Accepted the Seaboard Coastline
right-of-way granting the city easement
along the east side of the
1D railroad tracks from CR-225 to
CR-125. While the dirt road from
1 9i CR-225 to Carter Road has been used
iTP r heavily in the past and the county
has been maintaining it,the city has
,i had no legal access.Now this access
'U has been made available all the way
through to CR-125, meaning the
city/county plans to open the
1 overgrown portion of the road from
: Carter Road to CR-125, thus giving
I four alternate railroad crossings, in
:,WrTWlt lLLEO'tASm ';wiTHiinLLe6cASntDcviDeNOceimncATi.. J case one or more crossings may be
!PIVIpENO/CEMTI ICATC )- .- : FLORIDA GOLD blocked to traffic and emergency

p----- J- .... :: I 'r: : ._Q. ANG JUice, <: 64-OZ 1.2. vehicles."This opening has many pros and
...f. jIIJ"'fh..I..J'fII '''''' + ''' cons by people involved, but it will
11'1 -.lflIItI. < 7 /
'."II'. .. .. 'jWjjjtiand' .4'f. ,
f'i LY SPREAD be useful in case the railroad cross-
.on savings. I !' LYKAMI 2 LBS 1.39 ings are blocked," added coun-
r cilman Buster Bennett.
PKG I .29
,. SUNNYLAND JUMBO MEAT OR Instructed to have 15 MPH speed
limit signs posted on Third Street at
V PRODUCE ,, : FRANKSKINSER 16-OZ PKG 1.19 the request of Mrs. Emmett Bright

'Y"I ,,, who cited heavy traffic and
'I'Y "
'' I t; : COLE SLAWFRESHLY 24-OZ speeding, especially during ball
fife._ -..' '*i.1"tM ; [' I PKG .99 season. The council asked streets
.. ,"" ,11111 I supervisor Lit Phillips to install the
; '/ ;
1 ,ntlt'l' ';: ;::. ,,""l//;.:. A GROUND BEEF 1 LB1.09 signs.
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'y ::: "'r '
iffjJ/ I;'':'JJ: / 'l("",,,,"jf tit PLANTATION Discussed water meters not get
J : 1/11"/ ((, l 'Ii ''fh'' I..IiI, ," ROLL SAUSAGE PER ting read on the 20th of the month,
M ,I' JI'.I' -"I" POUND .99
., bills late
R ; /' ;wM .r TURKEY GROUND which means water are going
I' ..." ,,1'/'Htl/, TR URKEY 1 LB out, and decided Water Chair-
+ w .39 man Robert Scott will talk with
?!"I'-, If" jJr PKG8OZ
s:,, '!III!'" ,I iii', st- JONES FARM BROWN 8 SERVE Water Dept. employees Greg
**j*!* SAUSAGES Williams and Dale Smith to see that
aii: ? PKG .99 improvements are made im-
FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT JAR 1.19 through a lengthy discus
WELCH sion of repair work on the front-end

GRAPE JELLY 32-OZ JAR ..7989C' loader/backhoe, garbage truck and
truck. Councilman Marvin
Rosier will make contacts on
28-OZ .99 mechanical work to be done. Coun-

; <: jJrBAR.S.QSAUCE BTL cilman supervisor Buster Lit Bennett Phillips and will streets make

PERPINT 2/79 25-OZ .29 contacts on possible ways to handle
PRIDE the repairs.
BTL 1.79 Gratefully received and appreciated -
BANNER WHITE OR ASSTD. BATHROOM by the council was a letter
4 ROLL received by Police Chief M.M. Jor-
di CALIFORNIA HEFTY TALL CINCHKITCHEN PAK .53 dan from Lawtey Elementary principal
CHIUAN ..- NAVAL 3/$1 iJr'TISSUE Buddy Paterson commendingand

LARGE 79 LB ORANGES MOTTS BAGS COUNT25OZ 10 .59 Department thanking for the Lawtey its excellent Police

cooperation and constant patrollingof
NORTH CAROLINA ;. 1 APPLE SAUCE JAR .39 the school zone.
SWEET 7 9 3 9 APPLE JUICE 64-OZ Was advised by Chief Jordan that
LB LB JAR12OZ .99 Florida Statute Chapter 316 containsa
PLUMS POTATOESUS. GREEN GIANT WHOLE regulation that "two-thirds of the ,

.NO.1 NIBLETS CORN fines and forfeitures collected by the
5LBBAG RUSSETTBAKING CAN .03 for the shall be returnedto
county city
WHITE uaNo <= 3 L B $. BLISS 29!<= HUNGRY JACK INSTANT the city."

POTATOES 89 POTATOES s POTATOES LB .: POTATOES ... 16-OZ BOX .59 Majority of tickets issued in
PINK WHITNEY Lawtey are for$50 and$75 fines,but
BEAUTY AIDS IN STORE DELI/BAKER the town receives only $19,
HEALTH & IN THE DELVBAKERY STORES ONLY SALMON :. 1CA N2 .39 regardless of the amount of the" fine.
YOUR PANTRY PRIDEBLEACH "Something is wrong here com
NEW POMP CHOICE LEAN mented a concerned Chief Jordan
'" 128-02 ..29AQlJAFRESH4.60ZREQ.0K Someone in the county offices men
TOOTHPASTES $ 29 BOILEDHALF $139 EIGHT CLOCK tioned a "surcharge" involved,
AlM4.5-OZREG.ORI'UI'fI'.I., I HAM POUND COFFEE i LB ee since the county has court costs,fees
FOR KIDS OK COLGATE 4.5-OZ BAG 1 and attorney fees which are incurred
RECLOMGELBAKERY ORE I IDA- but it's all so vague, the chieftold
BEEF POUND 1.99 .FROZEN .89 The entire Lawtey council agreedthe
REGULAR OR EXTRA CREAMY amount of fine and forfeiture
2IOZ/LOAVES49 TORPEDO ROLLS. 61.89 COOL WHIP ..FROZEN 80Z .39 money the town receives should be
PANTRY PRIDE ASSORTED Investigated and a complete explanation
FRESH MADE DAILY PLAIN Ofl SUGAR received,the council said.


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1: TAB MELLO YELLO I "Yellow kid" which first appeared -
BEER I! SPRITE OR MR. PIBB .PLUSDEPOSIT I ,.. In the Sunday color supple
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IIA TEl.FfiRAPII March?. 1985

II 9 Tornado Softball Team Returns Four Starters, Stand at 1-1. I

.' After two games this season, the the shortstop for the first runner on Tfien Maria Reddish singled UD'the Linda-- Hardin-was' 2-2-2. Stacey errors let in the five Ram runs. Allen. The inning ended with a

Lady Tornado Softball team la 1.1, base. She was followed by Linda! middle to score Strickland. BHS Reddish was 3-4-0,' Kay Allen was "After the first inning, we playedan grounder to the pitcher.
taking a win from Clay High 4-3 last Hardin who singled and Cindy wasn't able to bring any more in and 2-3-0, and Cindy Parado was 1-3-0 outstanding defensive game," Playing tough defensive ball, the.
Friday, but losing to Interlachen Strickland who walked to fill the took the field with a one run lead. and 2 RBI's. said Slater. Tornados just weren't able to put
In the bottom of the seventh, the When the Tornados In the
35. bases. br
Tuesday Cindy Parado singled to came-up any more runs on the board.
Only four girls returned this year ing home Starling and Marla Red- first Lady Blue Devil flew out, but Interlachen bests BHS... bottom of the first inning, Cindy "The biggest problem today was
the next three batters
from the '84 team: Marla Reddish, dish singled to score Hardin. walked to load The first Inning was the whole Strickland lead off with a single we either popped up or hit little drib-
thebaMft. It looked bad
Kay Allen, Cindy Parado and Tammy However, that was all the ladies the batter for BHS,but story for BHS when the Lady Ramsof while the second batter flew out to blers back to the pitcher," said
Lynn.. could do, with the next two batters next hit a one-hopper to Interlachen came to play at'Ed- the catcher. Stacey Reddish reached Slater. We'll work the rest of the
BUS takes Clay win... getting outs. shortstop Marla Reddish who threwa ward's Road Complex on a walk and Kay Allen reachedon
Tuesday, week to hit the ball either in line
In the of the seventh Linda perfect strike home for the force an error by the shortstop. Marla
Coming back after a bad third inning top March 5 as Tornados lost 35.
out. It was two outs, but the bases Reddish flew out for the second out drives or grounders. We're not a
the Lady Tornados were able to Hardin led-off with a single to center In the first inning,Interlachen was
team have to
were still loaded. power so we concentrate -
take the win home 4-3. The BHS runs field. Strickland doubled to left and able come out and. score five runs in while Patty Smith reached on an error on hitting the ball the
while Parado hit a sacrifice fly to center Carney hit a line-shot to lef tcenteFwhere : by the shortstop and scored on
came on 12 hits Clay High'sthree
their first ground. Line drives hard
time at the plate. Accor- Strickland. or good
runs came on eight hits. field to score Hardin. With the score Cindy Parado made the catch Cindy Taylor singled to "
In the bottom of the third inning, tied-up 3-3, Kay Allen walked and for BHS to make the last out. ding to Coach John Slater, four BUS left field to score both Reddish and grounders. _

Clay struck at the Tornados comingup
with their entire three runs at one
time. -- -

Fish reached first on a BHS error

for the first Clay runner on base.
Carney singled to left field to get on
base and advance the runner.
Powell hit a line-drive between
center and right field for an inside- ( N / yru,
park homerun, bringing all three
runs home. This was the last time
Clay scored.In .
the top of the fifth Tornado '
Tammy Lynn'started off with a line
shot to the shortstop for the first out. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE'' ;
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their third trip to the starting
lines, the Tornado runners traveledto r -
Interlachen for the Interlachen -
High School Rams Relays Friday
night, March 1 where the girls tied
for seventh and the boys finished .
ninth. 1 1 6

Girls tie for 7th... '

With 20 points the girls tied St. 0ator =
Augustine for seventh while the first
place finisher was North Marion
with 69 points.
With no entrants with in the field NOLYL rffi2
events, the Tornados were at a
disadvantage to begin with indicated -
Coach George Loper.
"Probably the highlight for the
girls was the 2-mile relay," said
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team of Linda Dewitt, Lisa Tierney, avoid possible Injury. last Limit 2 last Limit 2
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cruised to an easy win in 10:29.38.:
This is the fastest time run in the
state so far this year indicated w

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Out of ten teams, the BHS boys .
were ninth with 15 points while e 1 'to ,
Ocala Forrest walked away with the .$ apri
title with 122 points. APPETITE
Highlights for the boys were the SUPPJU \ .
school record set in the one-mile CANDY n \
cross country run where four team .
members run one mile and finish in
a chute and the individual performance
of Antonio Jones in the last \

leg of the mile-relay. The cross 1.79 _ _ _ _ _ _
Jones ran his portion of the mile a 99 1 C U U NATURAL WICKER 4.9 CREAM WlttJ FREE
relay in 49.8 seconds. 1 80LEOPTYPES j 79eS; ?OLlimtI v R/2TYPESSSANTCANDY iLIr / REVLON LIPSTICK

With a young, inexperiencedteam
Loper is satisfied with his run-
ners performances. The team Is still a o G$
short of field event entrants the II '' W.aED

coach said.Tornado Qe
boys, fth...
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the re-surfacing of the BHS ,
track still not completed, there will
be no home meets this year In- L4-1\iL 0
dicated Loper. Even the BHS In-
vitaional is in doubt, even though it _
is scheduled for Arri113. he said.
The around
18 to 20 schools each year. A unique _
feature of the meet is the limitationof _
only one entrant from each school ) _
for any event which guarantees a RAID PRO-STRENGTN
high quality event stated Loper. 0 3 49 ANT t ROACH KILLER
"You get real quality," said the 1Soqz.Reg.S.99
veteran coach. 0
Next outing for the tracksters is I
Saturday, March 9 when the Florida
School for the Death and Blind have
their invitational meet in St.
Augustine. Start time is 9 a.m.


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I Seventh-Ranked Tornado Nine On A Roll With A: 5-2:;; RecordThe I

Tornado nine won two and lost Upcoming Games... left fielder's head. including 135 strikes, or 62 percent. but when the 7th ranked Senior
two in a busy schedule over the The Tornadoes scored one in the you jump on hurler Gerald Brown, 2-0,
week, bringing the season record past to The 7th ranked Tornado nine will fourth when Jason Polk walked and team 6-0, you forget( about being struck out 14 and the 3-RBI performance

52. travel tomorrow (Friday, March 8) scored on a passed ball when Mike PKY 11 BUS 6 tired and go all out? 'senior Tony Diggs who

to Interlachen for a 4 p.m. game. Chappel singled and Baker attemp BHS blew a 64)) lead and fell 11-6 to slugged a home.run and a double

Monday, March it, BUS hosts ted to pick him off first base.The 5th ranked P.K. Yonge in March 1 Clay 12 BUS 4 pushed the Bradford nine 6-3 by San-
BHS Is currently ranked 7th In the Hawthorne for a 7 p.m. game. Red nine tied the score 2-2 in the fifth action in Gainesville. ta Fe in a road game Tuesday
Tuesday, March 12, BHS Is on the when In a duplicate of the PKY game, March 5.
Diggs walked stole
state in Class 2A Tony second -
season polls. BHS beat early road at Middleburg, a 4 p.m. game. and third, and scored on Doug Tony Diggs hit 3-4 with 2 doubles,2 the Tornado nine lost 12-4 to defen-
Baker 4-3 in
the Samons RBI single to center. RBI's, and 2 stolen bases. Tony was ding district champion Clay High Mike Chappell added a long home
longest in
game BHS history, the only player able to adjust to Saturday, March 2. run to center field, and Hal Wood
beat Santa Fe 8-3, lost 12-4 to defen- BUS. PKY 3 PKY's off-speed pitchers, points out Up 4-1 after four innings, poor BHS and Gerald Brown added the rest of
ding district champion Clay High Baker went 3-2 in the 14th Inn- defense
up Coach Hartley. and stinging bats of BHS's five hits.Brown's I
and lost 11-6 to 5th ranked P.K. Doug Samons'sharp RBI single to ing when James Dreggors singledand ponents spelled defeat. Clay score
center field in the bottom of the 16th
Yonge. Inning the scored on Jim Blakely's RBI triple "If you are a good hitter you have runs in the 5th, 3 in the 6th, and 3 in
was to Bradford's
baseball key 4-3 which missed being a home run to be able to hit the junk ball pitcheras the 7th. only problem came in the
win over Baker High. by several feet. Bradford answered well as the fastballer," Coach first when the Raiders loaded the

Coach Mike Hartley said last weekhe'd for a 3-3 tie when Tony Diggs tripled Hartley says. "We are playing poor defense. Not bases with one out on two walks anda

know what kind of a team BHS Six pitchers struck out 45 batters and scored on a ball which got Four Tornado errors combined only are we making errors, but we single. But a f ground ball hit to
has after the busy week, that would and walked 19 in the marathon game through the Baker catcher. Samons'hit with four Blue Wave hits accounted are not making plays on balls that shortstop Tony Diggs was turned In.

force youthful, untried'players' to played in Starke last Friday night, in the 16th won the game for for the 8-run uprising of PKY. That good teams make," Coach Hartley to a double play to get Brown out of

come through. March 1. Freshman Chad Reddish, Bradford. made the game 11-6 after five Inn. said after the Clay game. "And, the jam.

making his first varsity appearance, ings, and that's how it ended. playing defense the way we are \

Such players as freshman Chad got the win in relief. Both teams had numerous Samons, 2-1, took the loss for BHS. against good teams Is not going to Diggs walked in the first inning,

Reddish, whose heroics on the Leading hitters for BHS were chances to put the game away, butdidn't. "After being ahead 6-41,1 was very: allow us to win many games. If you stole second, went to third on an er-

mound in the 15th inning preservedthe Doug Samons, 3-7 with two RBI's, disappointed in the'way we lost, give teams like Clay an extra out or and scored on a sacrifice fly by
BHS nine's 4-3 marathon, win Mike Chappell, 4-7, including a double Both squads used four pitchers. said, Coach Hartley. two an inning, they will kill you." Hal Wood. In the thrid, Diggs hit a

over Baker. After Baker had loaded and 3-7, with a double. Bradford hurlers were Gerald "We should have been full of life Hartley was referring to the three solo HR to left center, and Diggs

the bases, Tornado freshman hurler Baker broke the ice in a two-run Brown, Tony Diggs, Chad Reddish, after 31 innings of play, but we were home runs hit into the BHS stadium highlighted a 3-run fourth inning

Reddish retired the side on a ground second inning when Willie Hodges and Robert Starling. Reddish is 10. very Hat and did not get any leader. Monday night. with a two-run double. In the fifth

ball and two strike walked and James Driggers hit an Starter Gerald Brown pitched the ship from anyone. I knew after the 16 Mike Chapell knocked a 1-2 pitch to
outs. ...
ln.M.> thp nark fcnnw the first ... .. .1c:' ..
run over 14 innings, throwing 217 pitches, inning tn'r's. n ?' inrn. Etta Fe 3 left center to make it 63.

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I JSHs Boys and Girls Tennis Squads Find The Going Rough I


After a tough week, the BUS girl's both doubles matches. lost 7.9, Donna Parado lost :.!-IJ, In doubles, Parado and Koss lost "Finally, the first one was hard to close enough to win. The end result
tennis team is now 3-3 while the Number one seed Donna Parado Sherry Ross lost 8-5 and Jackie 8-5 while Thomas and Sapp won 81. get," said Coach Jerry McGriff. was Santa Fe 6, BUS 1

boy's are W after playing Clay lost her match 8-3 but her team Nguyen lost 81. Terese Richardsonalso However, the winning streak was "It was a good tough match," said

High, Baker County and Santa Fe mates came back for a little lost her exhibition match 62. Boys win one... to be short because when Baker McGriff, "and it was much closer

this past week. revenge. Marla Thomas won 8-5, In doubles, Maria Thomas and The boys won over Clay High witha came to town March 4, they left the than the final score shows."

Kim Sapp won 8-1, Jackie Nguyenwon Kim Sapp were routed 1-8 and convincing score of 5.2, but winner 52.Jason Losing every singles match, it was

Girls hang in... 8-5 and Sherry Ross did to 84. Sherry Ross and Jackie Nguyen lost couldn't keep the momentum up as Brown lost 2-8, Jody Brown Jason Brown 8-9, Jody Brown 7-9,

Friday, Feb. 28 was a good day for Terese Richardson lost her exhibition 3-8. Losing their exhibition doubles they lost to Baker 2-5 and Santa Fe lost 2-8, Paul Bawek lost 8-4 and Rick Jimmy Wilson 5-8, Paul Bawek 1-8
the Lady Tornados when match 82. match were Amy Leitheiser and Joy 16. Kimutis lost 5-8 while Jimmy Wilson and Rick Kimutis 4-8.
they beat
In doubles, Maria Thomas and Vellenga 2-6. Taking wins over Clay were Jason won 9-8. Robert Taylor won his exhibition -
but In doubles
Clay High 6-1, they took their the Browns .lost 6-8
Kim took the first match 9-7 When the team went to Santa Fe,
lumps Monday from Baker 0-7 yet Brown,. 8-4, Jody Brown 8-4, Rick match 83. while the team of Wilson and
while the luck with them
Sherry Ross and Jackie girls improved The
Kimutus and Tornados split their doubles
9-7 Robert Taylor 98.
came back Tuesday to drop Santa Kimutis won their match 63. Robert
home the win
Nguyen won 81. taking 52. action with Jason and
Paul Bawer lost 82. Jody Brown
Fe 52. Taylor and Paul Bawek lost their exhibition -
Things didn't go this well when Donna Parado won 8.5 while In doubles, the Brown brothers losing 8-4 while Wilson and Kimutls
Clay was easy pickings for BHS, Baker County came to town,with the Maria Thomas lost 58. Kim Sapp teamed up to win their match 8-1 won 8.3.When. match 68.

who dominated the match. They ladies losing 0-7. won her's 8-3, Sherry Ross won 8-2 while Bawer and Kimutis went downto the boys went to Santa Fe to Next action for the tennis team is

won four of five singles matches and Maria Thomas lost 3-8, Kim Sapp and Jackie Nguyen won as well 83. defeat 58. play, they came close, but not quiteBy set for Tuesday, March 12 at 4 p.m.

deceased Case Number JANIE B. COHENS his INVITATION TO BID : Beuloh Moody this application as OF THE

I Legal Notices NOTICEOF 85-12-CP, and File wife: and NORTH Deputy Clerk3072tchg314 specified in the Zoning LAND USE PLAN
INTENTIONTO Number 1-3611 Is pending FLORIDA REGIONAL Re-roofing of Codes of Bradford County. -
REGISTER In the Circuit Court HOSPITAL INC. Defendants Warehouse building An ORDINANCE amending
ING CLAIMS OR FICTITIOUS NAME for Bradford County, located at 125 Water IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF l.M Gaines, the ComprehensiveLand
NOTICEOF DEMANDS AGAINST THE Florida, Probate Division Street Starke, Florida. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Director Use Plan Element
INTENTIONTO ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Pursuant to Section the address of NOTICE OF SALE Inspection of building CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 1 long 3/07 and Map by Bradford
REGISTER OTHER PERSONS IN. 865.09 Florida Statutes, which Is Post Office BoxB available from 8:00 A.M. BRADFORD COUNTY County, Florida In accordance -
FICTITIOUS NAME TERESTED IN THE ESTATE. notice is hereby given Starke, Florida 32091. NOTICE is hereby through 5.00: P.M. Mon FLORIDA with the local
that the undersigned, The personal representative given that, pursuant to day through Friday until PROBATE DIVISION Government Comprehensive
Pursuant to Section YOU ARE HEREBY Potty Curies and TerlSopp of the estate .Is an order or Final Judge date of Bid Opening. CASE NO. 85-17-CP NOTICEOF Planning Act
865.09, Florida Statutes NOTIFIED that the administration P.O. Box 1133, THOMAS M. TITUS ment entered In the 1. Remove old slate ((1.3616)) APPLICATIONFOR of 1975 as provided for in
nolle It hereby given of the Starke Florida 32091, whose address is 1229 above captioned case, I type shingles REZONING Chapter 163 of the
that the undersigned estate of GRACIE MONK joint owners doing Cloverdale Road Columbus will sell the property 2. Replace wood IN RE: The Estate of AND AMENDMENTOF Florida Statutes.TO .
HILDA A. JOHNSON. HUTTO deceased Case business under the firm Georgia 31904. The situated In Bradford sheeting as needed JOSEPH SHUFORD, THE
444-H W. Madison St., Number .84-83-CP. and name of C & S name and address of the County, Florida, described 3. Install 151 felt for Deceased. LAND USE PLAN : All Citizens, Taxpayers -

Starke,' Fl 32091 sole Ftl"(' riumb.r 1-3575, Is.V COURIORS P.O. Box personal ..... as,:,'... dry.I". ., and other Interested
owner oln'1{) ;b/iOdess 'pendinghr- the Circuit 1133. Starke Florida representative s of. 'Lot 7 and the- NV4 of 4. Install light color NOTICEOF An ORDINANCE amending persons.

under the firm name of Court for Bradford County 32091 Intends to torney ore set forth Lot 8 of I Block 3, (gray or white), 20-year ADMINISTRATIONThe the ComprehensiveLand
STARKE PAWN SHOP. Florida, Probate Division register said fictitious below. Gahagan Subdivision as fibre-glass shingles Use Plan Element You and each of You
444-H W. Madison St., the address of name under the All persons having per plat thereof recorded 5. No painting of administration of and Map by Bradford are hereby and herewith
Storks, FL 32091 Intendsto which Is Post Office Box aforesaid statute. claims or demands In the Public Recordsof replaced wood required.Bids the Estate of JOSEPH E. County, Florida in accordance given notice In accordance -
register said fictitious "B", Starke, Florida Dated this 28th day of against the estate or. Bradford County, to be opened at SHUFORD. Deceased with the local with Florida
name under the 32091. The personal February A.D., In Brad. required WITHIN THREE Florida.at 7:30 P.M. Tuesday, File No. 85-17-CP Government Comprehensive Statutes that the Board

aforesaid Statute.Dated representative of the ford County. MONTHS FROM THE public sale, to the March 19, 1985. Mall or ((1.3616)), Is pending In Planning Act of County Commissioners .
this 19th day of estate Is CHARLES B. 2/28 4tpd 3/21 DATE OF THE FIRST highest and best bidder deliver bids to Stark. City the Circuit Court for of 1975 as provided for In of Bradford

February A.D., 1985 In COWART whose address PUBLICATION OF THIS for cash, at the front Hall. Mark bid Bradford County Chapter 163 of the County, Florida, have
Bradford County. Is Route 2, Box IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE, to file with the door of the Bradford envelope In lower left Florida, Probate Division Florida Statutes.TO designated the Bradford
2/214tchg 3/14 2158 Starke, Florida THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL clerk of the above courta County Courthouse, in corner "Sealed Bid Re- the address of County Zoning and Plan
32091. The name and address CIRCUIT IN AND FOR written statement of Stork., Florida at 11:00: roofing". Mailing address which Is Bradford County : All Citizens, Taxpayers ning Board to conduct a
NOTICEOF of the p.r.onolrepr..entotlv. BRADFORD COUNTY any claim or demand a.m. on April 1, 1985. City of' Starke, Courthouse, Post Office and other interested public hearing at a
INTENTIONTO FLORIDA DATED this 6th day of Drawer B. Starke, persons. regular meeting held at
.'. attorney they may have. Each ATTN: City Clerk, P.O.
REGISTER set forth CIVIL CASE NO.85.50CA claim must be In writing March. 1985. Drawer C, Starke, Fl Florida 32091. The 7:00: P.M. in the Council
FICTITIOUS NAME below. and must Indicate the GILBERT BROWN 32091. names and addresses of You and each of You Room of Starke City Hall

All having basis for the claim, the CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy 3/07 2tchg 3/14 the Personal Representatives are hereby and herewith Starke, Florida, on Tuesday -
NOTICE Is hereby claims persons or demands IN RE: The Marriage of: name and address of the : Beulah Moody and the PersonalRepresentative's given notice In accordance March 26, 1985 and
ERNEST LEE BATES Husband creditor his Deputy Clerk attorney with Florida make a recommendationto
given that ALAN BRUCE against the estate are or agent or IN THE-CIRCUIT COURT
and HARRY M. HOBBS.PAAllorn.y. are set forth Statutes that the Boardof the Board of County
GREENBERG, of Post Office required WITHIN THREE attorney, the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR
Box 442, Starke, MONTHS FROM THE and amount claimed. If the for Plaintiff CULT, IN AND FOR BRAD below. County Commissioners Commissioners, and the
MARY FRANCES BATES claim Is due The Legal Center, All interested personsare of Bradford Board will consider on
Florida 32091, desiring to DATE OF THE FIRST not yet the FORD COUNTY FLORIDA
engage under the fictitious PUBLICATION OF THIS Wife, date when It will become Suite 100 CASE NODIVISION.......... required to file with County, Florida have Monday, April 1, 1985 at
name of NOTICE to file with the due shall be stated. If 725 E. Kennedy Blvd. :...... this court WITHIN THREE designated the Bradford the CommissionersRoom
HAIRPLANES INC., at clerk of the above courta NOTICE OF ACTIONTO the claim Is contingent or Tampa. FL 33602 MONTHS OF THE FIRST County Zoning and Plan of the Bradford
737 S. Walnut Street, written statement of unliquidated, the natureof ((813)) 223-4248- TUCKER BROS. INC. PUBLICATION OF THIS ning Board to conduct a County Courthouse,
L9BATES. all claims public hearing at a Starke, Florida at 1000
Storke, Florida 32091 intends claim or demand : the uncertainty'shall 3072tchg314NOTICE a Florida corporation
any Ordinance
: against the estate and regular meeting held at A.M. an
Address Unknown be stated.
to register said fictitious have. Each If the claim Is Plaintiff
name with the they claim must may be In writing YOU ARE HEREBY secured, the security .vs.GLENN. ((2)) any objection by on 7:00 P.M. in the Council relating to:
The of the
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof and must Indicate the NOTIFIED that an action shall be described The L. KUHN interested person to Room of Starke City Hall rezoning
Bradford County, basis for the claim, the for dissolution of marriage claimant shall deliver JAMES D. BENNETThas and LUANNE KUHN whom notice was mailed Stark., Florida, on Tuesday following described pro
Florida pursuant to the name and address of the and other relief sufficient copies of the made application to his wife that challenges the March 26, 1985. and perty and amending Land theCompr.h.n.lve
provisions of Section creditor his has been filed againstyou claim to the clerk to the Bradford County Zon- Defendants. validity of the will the make a recommendationto
or agent or In the above enable the clerk Board for qualifications of the Personal the Board of County Use Plan to provide that
-styled to mall Ing
865.09, Florida Statutes.The attorney, and the NOTICE OF SALE Commissioners, and the land currently zoned CI
Interest of each Court and you are required one copy to each personal reclassification of the Representative
claimed. If the
Notice Is hereby
amount described giventhat venue, or jurisdiction of Board will consider on and designated" by the
party In the business Is claim Is not yet due, the to serve a copy of representative.All property pursuant to an 1985 Commercial be
the court. Monday April I. at plan as
defenses if below to
written InterestedIn
as follows: ALAN BRUCE date when It will become your persons order or a final judge CommissionersRoom rezoned to RSF-MH, and
to It TERENCE M. the estate who MH: 20.000 SF (/, Ac.)
on to
GREENBERG 100%. shall .totedthe If any. a ment of foreclosureentered
due be of the Bradford designated Residential,
Dated at Starke, BROWN, ESQUIRE, copy of this Notice of Administration located eight miles Southof In the obove-
claim Is the of J.K.
contingent orunllquldot.d
WILL BE FOREVER BAR County Courthouse property
Terence M Brown, P.A., has beenmailed Storke onto CR 18 off
Florida, this 5th day of the natureof captioned action, I will RED. Starke Florida at 10:00: HEWITT described as
Post Office Drawer0, Bedford Lake, out of NW
are r.qulr.d.WITHIN ,
February the uncertainty shall sell the property Publication of this A.M. an Ordinance follows: 5'mil. Southof
of Parcel
Starke Florida 32091 THREE
/s/Alan Bruce be stated. If the claim Is corner Bradford County, Storke on right side of
Notice has begun 7 relating to:
or before 9 April 1985, FROM THE DATE OF THE 5466.00200 in Section 12.Town.hlp on
GreenbergTERENCE "secured, the security Florida described as: March, 1985.Attorn.y The rezoning of the Hwy 301, the back (West)
and file the original with FIRST PUBLICATION OF South Range
M. BROWN, A of land
parcel 150'xl52'of Lot 15 Parcel
described. The described
shall be
P A. claimant shall deliver the Clerk of this Court.elth.r THIS NOTICE to file any 22 East to allow a mobile situated In the NE'/i of for PersonalRepresentative following and amending property the 0968-01100 and back
P.O.Drawer 40 sufficient of the before service on objections they may home for residence. the NW'of the SW'Aand Land (West) 150'x145' of Lot
copies TERENCE M. BROWN Comprehensive
the above-named attorney have that This change In
Starke, FL 32091 challenge the In the SEV4' of the
the clerk Plan that 13, Parcel 0968.01101 In
claim to to P.A. Use to provide
2/14 4tchg 3/07 or Immediately validity of the decedent'swill classification Is subjectto of the NEVi of Section .
24 7
enable the clerk to mail Post Office Drawer 40 land currently toned OR Section Township
thereafter, otherwise a- the of public hearing to beheld
qualifications 1, Township 6 South.Range 21 East, to
one copy to each per.sonalrepresentative. default will be ent.redogaln.t the personal on Tuesday, March Stark., FL 32091 and designated by the South Range
representative Bradford
21 East
NOTICEOF Telephone ((904)) 964-8272 plan as Rural Residential allow mobile home
you for the relief or the venue orjurisdiction 26 1985, at 7:00: p.m.. In Florida said
INTENTIONTO All InterestedIn County JOHNNY R. HOBBS, be rezoned to Cl. residences.You .
persons By
demanded In the Peti : of the court. the Council Room of the :
REGISTER the estate to who a Hall parcel being more particularly JR. and designated Commercial ore further given
FICTITIOUS NAME copy of this Notice of Administration tlon.WITNESS hand and ALL CLAIMS, Starke City Street, onThompson inStark. described as Personal the property of NOTICE that a copy of
follows: described aid proposed OR.
has beenmailed official seal of this Court ., Florida. At this RepresentativeGLADYSLUCILLE: PAUL LANDRY,
Pursuant to Section Commence at a concrete Onehalfacre DINANCE is available for
are r.qulr.d.WITHIN as follows:
865.09, Florida Statutes, THREE MONTHS on this 25th 1985.GILBERTS.. day of WILL BE FOREVER BAR. time all shall persons be heard Interested monument at the SHUFORDPost located 2'/i miles your Inspection at the office .

notice Is hereby giv.rvthat FROM THE DATE OF THE February BROWN RED.Date the SE corner of said NE'of Office Box 282 South of Starke on Westside of the Director of
the undersigned FIRST PUBLICATION OF of the first for or against proposal NW'/4 of SW/4' and run. Lawtey Fl 320583072tchg314 of Hwy 301, Parcel Zoning and Planning. CIty
Clerk of the Court specified In the
AlBERNARD PERRY, THIS NOTICE, to file any publication of this Noticeof as N.00"46'38"W.along the 4744-00300 in Section 7, Hall, ThompsonStreet
Route 2, Box 187, objections they may By: Beulah Moody Clerk Administration: 28 Zoning Codes of .Bradford East line of laid NE'. of Township 7 South Range Starke, Florida.

Keystone Heights (Brad. have that challenge the TERENCE M.Deputy BROWN, Feb 1985. County.L.M.Gaines NW/4 of the SW'/ a NOTICE 22 East for Used Car lot. Each and every person
ford County). Florida validity of the decedent'swill THOMAS M.TITUS Bradford distance of 349.09 feet; You are further given having any Interest

32656, sole owner, doing the qualifications of TERENCE ESQ. M. BROWN, PersonalRepresentative County Director Zoning Board thence run S. 89"52'51" MAE L. WILLIAMS has NOTICE that a copy of whatever In the enactment
business under the firm the personal representative W. 130.27 feet to the made application for said proposed OR. of this proposed
PLUMBING P.A.Attorneys Of the Estate of 1tchg3/07 POB; thence continue S. is available for ORDINANCE should appear .
name of AL'S or the venue or for Wife SPECIAL EXCEPTION for DINANCE
COMPANY, Route 2, Box jurisdiction of the court. 2/28 4tchg 3/21 BRYCE; C.TITUS.Dec.o.ed.. 89'52'51" W. 130.27 No.8, Child Day Care your Inspection at the office and be heard at the

187, Keystone Heights ALl CLAIMS .. NOTICE feet; thence run N. Center to the Bradford of the Director of time and place prescribe
), RICHARD E.WELTY 00>46'38" W.. 343.99 feet and Planning City
(Bradford County DEMANDS, AND OBJEC. County Board of Adjustments Zoning ed.BOARD
\Florida 32656 Intends totoglster TIONS NOT SO FILED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 954 N. Temple Ave. NOTICE Is hereby given to the South right of way on property Hall Thompson OF BRADFORD
said fictitiousno. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY P.O. Box 995Starke. that on Monday, March line of a county rood; that I. classified RSF-MH Street Starke, Florida. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .

",,. under the FLORIDA FL 32091 18, 1985, at 10:00: o'clocka.m. thence run S. 8835'31" and described below: Each and every person
aforesaid statute. RED.Date of the first PROBATE CASE NO.DIVISION 85-12-CP ((904)964-8050 ., the undersigned E., along said South rightof Located just outside City having any Interest By:Gilbert S. Brown.
Dote $. this 8th day ofFebruary publication of this Noticeof Attorney for GATOR FREIGHTWAYS way line 130.36 feet; Limits of Lawt.y East off whatever In the enactment Clerk
,'A.D., 1985. Administration: 28 FILE NO. 1-3611 PersonalRepresentative INC., will sell at public thence run S. 0046'38" SE side of CR22S and of this proposed Itc tig 3/07

2/(J" 4tpd 31m Feb. 1985. In The Estate Of auction for cash at 2175 E., 340.52 feet to the N.E. 64th Ave. Parcel ORDINANCE should appear -,....-
.....-. CHARLES B. COWART 2/28 2tchg 3/07 Commonwealth Avenue, P08. 1665.00200 in Section 23, and be heard at the --
BRYCE C. TITUS.Dec.o..d. ......
Fl. sale, to the
CIRCUIT COURT Personal Jacksonvlllle one at Township 5 South, Range time and place prescrlb-
IN THE IN THE CIRCUIT Steel Furniture, and best bidder
BRADFORt) COUNTY Representative COURTOf lot of highest 22 East to be used for
FOR Of the Estate of NOTICEOF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL consigned to Waterrest for cash, at the front entrance Child Day Care Center. ed.BOARD OF BRADFORD
PROBATE Deceased. OF FLORIDA. IN AND ( 2-584469 dtd County Courthouse In Board of Adjustmentswill
CASE NO. .84 83-CP R.CHARDE.WELTY ALL PERSONS HAVING FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 01/IS/ ) to satisfy Starke Florida, at 11:00 conduct a public By: Gilbert S. Brown,

FILE NO. 1.3575 954 N. Temple Ave. CLAIMS' OR freight and storage a.m., on March 27, 1985. hearing at their regular Clerk
P.O. Box 995 DEMANDS AGAINST THE CIVIL ACTION charges, under the provisions Sharon L. Simmons meeting held Tuesday. 1tchg307NOTICE
In The Estate Of Stark., FL 32091 ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL, Case No. .....6040 of Section 4b) of Smith a Hulsey March 26 1985 at 7:30 ...N. ,
GRACIE MONK HUTTO. OTHER PERSONS IN. Standard Bill of 500 Barnett Bank Bldg. &WPAY
((904)) 964.8050 Uniform n.m. In the Council Room 'I > <
Deceased. Attorney for .TERESTEO IN THE ESTATE.. JIM WALTER HOMES Lading. Jacksonville FL 32202 of City Hall on Thompson '

Personal YOU ARE HEREBY INC., a Florida corpora- Gator Frelghtways, Inc.Carrier. ((904)) 359.7700 Street. ,Stark., Florida. OF APPLICATIONFOR MARCH
NOTICEOf Representative NOTIFIED that the administration tion, Plaintiff Attorneys for Plaintiff At this time, all persons REZONING
ADMINISTRATIONTO 2/28 2tchg 3/f11 of the vs 3/f112tchg 3/14 GILBERT S. BROWN will be heard concerning AND AMENDMENT J 17March


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FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS LAND FOR SALE The Lawtey Bluegrass Music Con- .by Tom Henderson of Tampa, and been booked for the April event '

AC EAT- Fry toll end ....... Ued rumlwra. .... vention, said to be the oldest con' finally by the Baker County team of Appearing for the 15th annual spr- : ;g
pllnca. haus.hold '....... coll.ctabl.l. .glonswo. ... LAKI LOT month.HIII..lak.4734367.: $13,900.........Owner. 12/4 will fkloora.H61 tinuous bluegrass festival in James Croft and Wayne Stetson. ing festival will be the Big Timber r- ;
kantalPr.IMlAlakaSanMFa.UnhimUhad.Nepew" A..$..... .... pn.stly,1.015, we.473-11(3 rtnchaM I ACI par. OH el Oallna Rd Keyitona Height Nicearea. Florida, has been revived after a Croft announced recently that he band, fiddler Chubby Wise The : g
.$400t ".000. 4T3-22IO day ar 47S.K9I _...... period of inactivity. and Stetson had decided not to pro- Most Wanted group, the Lincoln : :*
M pet. I(A.'oaw bone...... Ce.nplet.ly ............,. YARD SALE tin duce the festival this year because County Partners, the Clay Creek fff
'.440 par m.nM..d MOO Mcvilly <..P.*H.Omd A & 0 Productions of Orlando has they would not work out a mutually Ramblers, Southland Express, the 4:l
._ C._. $200 month Pool fAMkW ioniraey. March.. t...... | p,.... iobnemo .y PETS .
and NOD tPACR.acurlty- At 11...,.. par _.. .......... clothe. toy. haon.hoid ''''''.' announced a revival of the park pro satisfactory arrangement with Roustabouts, and the Heart of Dixie. ,
$... I IA. unfumUhed. hauea.N*r."...-. S27SI **. .boH springs and much _". 47 bush DOHRMAN-MIXID PUTS Oolden ......... 3 months, grams after entering into an agree- Waters. Bluegrass. ,
pet Ian lokevlew. Orl... llpd. 3/7 all hon, tall docked.. $20: M good h_. 47327M.Itpd ment with James L., Waters of A spokesman for A & 0 said that
... .. week orKIVSTOM MMOAV AND SATURDAY 10 a,,,,. ".'''. Hwy 100 la
_tho FVRMSHIO oMkloMV cattoge ty lIay...... Oak, follow signs toby clolha. tool. 3/7 Lawtey. owner of the park property. the 1985 festival will be held on their Prices and schedules will be announced

HUOMTt IIMTV m. ltad 3/7 The Lawtey Blue Grass festivalwas traditional dates the, weekend of later.
March M* 3
aeallar.47 44l GARAGE mile norm IAII an- Friday Hwy 21 andlatuday.M C-:132. 2 mllii an _..daGel. produced for many years by April 26-28, and the weekend of October The park is located on County
4/21 rtnch* Whllo land Uho. Saa signs. Itpd 3/7 Ken Clark and was later promoted 4-6. Eight acts have already4H Road 225 southwest of Lawtey. '
/ OFFICE OIII1JA.. t ACt for _to Good ......,.... TKA1H TMAHWI Mil .,._.Height' Woman' I1.M APOLLO M/M 2 ER. ..Irlll....... freeier, !
ISO lawranca atvd. acroe tram .....*. .Inquire at Club. ,rI. t .....,-1 P''''. and. tal. a..... 2 p.",. di.hwanh.r..I.MIc' range, talnle' ** stool. doubto
_. and II.' Clothing. appliance "bric-a-brac, |.welry.ome an. bowl slob' double bawl bath 40 gal.) water hooter,
Diana. Original 2/14 473-7771. -P.I 1. antot. Woue and \/In'cla"'lnt.. Dealer "'.Ica..... llpd ".000. You...... 473-1641.' Itpd 3/7 I
rtncng BC 4-H Electric Club to be Formed Soon
TWO t M NOUNS :On laka Johnson, KM area, Na 3/7
mMde.Fumlihed' or unrumMled. .. IATUIOAV........Ill t On 214 down tram Gismo Rl.
pat* Prohly pointed
bit. *....," Itthg 3/7 HELP WANTED -
Incleeed front parch. 47.WOO. Itpd V7MUtOMHAWTHOOMt 3 lea 712. A little a "nt.
ARIA On L....Wh nos.2 IRmablln MTUtOAV March 5,130 III f S*:214. folmalarVlllaga. -. Clay Electric Cooperative Inc. Electric Club is open to any Meter Readings Electric Bill
hens 1125 oar month. Call 1.717-4214. Turn right al GI...... 'iKhg 3/7 IARNEMAMnIT 2/ 4"'-_. Ask far id. 4Khg and the Bradford County Extension boy or girl between the ages of 8-13 Analysis, Wiring and Lamp

IMhI 3/7 CARS. TRUCKS Steve: Service are jointly sponsoring a interested in electricity. Interested Building, and Safety. A field trip is
WANTED Broadway short-term 4-H Electric Club. persons should call the 4-H Office at. also planned.
BOATS TREE SERVICE The 4-H Electric Club will meet on 964-6280, ext. 224 to enroll.

WANTIO Vaunt mala gray tiger kh_. Call Thursdays at 4 p.m. at the Bradford The short-term club will cover 4-H is open to anyone between the
473.743. Ited 3/7 IMi FORD If*PICKUP Flbarglou. top low",11_.. lU-moval County Agricultural Center 2266 N. electrifying facts the creed
many during
./,.., PS PR auto ......, air and ....... ".400. ages 8-18 regardless of race
47S.390 4tpd2/2-3/l4: Trimming Temple Ave. in Starke, starting five meetings. Some topics include: color, sex, religion, or nationalorigin
PERSONAL SERVICES 7MCC IUIUKI __cl.. Trunk and lido _... March 14 And fnrllno April 11.. MAgnet M clo Simple Circuits, .
airing, 2 hal....'*. tool. 14 ,Inch gordon plow Stump Hi'inoval

CAtPINTM WORK Remodeling work, kitchen UVIMYAMAHA.Uuthan20hn 471-MOO. Itpd 3/7 : .Never red, *MOor 1 Firewood
cabmen. and trim' carpentry.Roatonobla' price. *.Call bat oHor.Son la young Call 473-3049 weekend. .....('(* Kstiniiitt I
473-401 AND attar VINYL S 3D p.m.Repalrt I/J and ttnchgCARPIT Initallatlam Fraa or altar* pan Itchg 37FOR 473-4732 Tour of Savannah Planned March 29-31

animate.. Tan year*..,._. Call 47So.217.nd
.... far Craig. 5/17 IfnchgHANOVMANi After 5 P.M. Savannah, Georgia is said to be splendor.Join guide and tour of Savannah's most
All kind* at.home repair
l *, and fl..up naed.*. No |lab too _I II. Mhiar IHAUOW AND DEEP Will PUMPPVC pipe and IIIflngt. the most beautiful, historical city in us for a three day tour of beautiful mansions (2 admission
plumbing repair. Cleaning .....Ic.. light hauling. Wolor softener aryan Ac. Hardworo Keystone Heights the South. It's European streets are Savannah on March 29-31. The trip prices are included in the package
Call Jim 473-3671: day or evening. 1/17 ttnchg. lI.y...... ......, 473-4006: 5/34 tlnchg built
PaM OINIRAl LAWN IRVIC1 .Mowing, raking light MUST lACIinCI Hammond. 5000.., .*organ with Licensed & Insured on squares around which are will be geared to adults and Senior price). The price per person basedon
hauling tilling Call 473-7407 473-140: *. I/J ttixhgFURMTUM double keyboard,, bo. padoll and rhythm ....lIan.m. some of the most breathtaking citizens. single room occupancy is $195.00
AND ANTKMM .rellnlhlng.' Hand rubbed $ .Call'22'O".hdaya or 473-4641 weekend .- Revolutionary and ante-bellum The price of the package tour includes double room occupancy is $158.00 tri

DtrtNDAMI ell Hnlihe MAN Call Jac.with 471-2521.:t Ian truck ttnchg will 1/24 do any type SWAN for appointment OUT NURUIIV to tea...Hn SO.26, 2* mlle oats olMelroee. homes in the world. Going to Savan Greyhound charter transpor- pie occupancy is$153.00 and four to a

hauling, chain Saw work. dally trip' to county Hedge plants, 3 for '1. M "",".12/:10: AIE.wAn4? nah is like taking a trip into the past tation, two nights at Savannah's room is $136.00.
dump.. Free .eiMmata |..(|.4767.: Hnchg 2/14 IfnchgIIICTIMC when ladies
PtlMURf WASMNO .._ dirt, mildew, peeling' NON 3.IS h., for commercial .....In.... graceful waltzed with elegant downtown Holiday Inn, din-
paint' tram homo, drhtaway" mobile home Call $ OO. Will canilder small outboard In _.. Gifts to use their Confederate sweethearts in ner at the Pirate's House on Friday For more information on how you
pick '''2452. 4tchg 37.321CAMINNYMAIONAIY 47S-330. 4tpd 2/2S-3/I4. magniflcient ballrooms. The Savan- night and Williams Seafood on can join this super trip call Ginger
brick block .
Addition TOMATO PLANTS 10 conn each, mined varieties
Hoar rile work. 473-4473.: 4tchg 2/21-3/14 North on 31 to Deer Spring. Rd. Turn right and all year! nah Historical Society has helped Saturdy night, baggage and handl- Robertson in Lake Butler at 496-2751.
LAWN MArNTINANCI Spring time.....p. Raking follow *lgn*. '/1",II.. Itpd 3/7 restore the mansions to their former Ina for one ban per person and a tour after 4:00 p.m.
at .......,cutting, edging' pruning lima I Iou_.. MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point counter.lop model,
Call lor animate'''-2271. lied 1/7 $100, forty American table lamp bran trim on Beautiful Hallmark
mapla, $23; Quality rang. hood with Ion and light
NltO MIDKAM INfURANCir Call Chuck Satterwhlto. $25. 473-4648: evening*-473-3310 day* Hn calendars help start Union County AdsWANTED 1
S.... Farm. Inwrance' L_...... *...., Kay*- COACHMAN TRAVEL TRAIIIR 21 fool, .ell- each day with a little
Height ''''-7272. /" Hn contained,, heat and air tleepl alt.| loblewara- _
NEED HOtPITAl mtURANCIt Call Chuck SattarwhlM.Stata cooking., *uppll.. Included.. tike new. One owner. heel 5.00 10.00
Farm. "'lUran.., lawranca (,...., II.,...... 473369. Itchg 3/7 FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
Height. 473.1377.7/1/ I
and _1._. Commercial or _lcIantial. Free HOUSES FOR SALE WANT TO aUVl Your old furniture toob,dlihe' qulltor > rrriwnuM AND ADOINO MACHINES ton mutt don't hove.It, I'll find It. Jul a.... JANE S. USHER,
..tI",_. 471-217..I..*. V02 tin 1f anything of ......,. Cell llnoa at the Countryhddl.r Union County Time. 190 Main Itrootlak.5udn. REAITOR. 4M-2I26: or 446-2903: eve. "y_
,tV OWNER .3 (.. 2 $A. 1.060 tq ft Many own. $ laka Clay 732.9416.,7315214.: Na |lu.kpi. Mona 496-2261: for Intarmallon TFN Union' County II..'....." t/04 Ifn
NOTICE 3/4 ouumoblo mortgage, ....500. 4713343.: 4lpd ..... l/3t atpj 307HELP CO.'..OUT Of TOWNI $ova up to$90 ma. 13,000 MOUNt AIN.AIILOTI In North Carolina
2/31-3/14 mile a yearl PINES QUALITY LIVING. laundry. and GaorgloFor' FREE luting Con,.,. Carolina '
3*R, I*A HOMI. with pool In Koyitone Club Eilalo. WANTED Park .....t\an.\ Car Pool, FRIENDLY" ATMOPHUf. Country Real 1 iltato, P.O. eo. 686 Mayewllle.
OAtimiD ADVIRTWNO Should ... ubmltted. to the $98.300. Owner will can.....,pkkup truck a*pan olequity. ._abl.. $r 121 Lake 5.l.., N.C. 2B904 704/389.133S Itchrg 3/21 FCAN
laka Raglan Monitor ofllca writing and paid In.... 473-7764 anytime. Keep trying If no oniwer.llpd J. 4M.2366. utn 12/13 Ilka New All Erich Ha..... 3 ... 2 BH family roam
vanca ......** credit I* already ertoWUhed. .with this 3/7 LPN PORTION Frank Walli Maalth facility all shifts TWO HDROOM ONI lATH homo at 'ISO $.W. 3th two Imldo utility roam*, central hoot/air, daubl.
oHIce.. OPiN HOUSI. Saturday. March 9. 1 p'm'-' p..... On available contact Agne Howe 3393131.1.222. Avenue In lobe. 3ullar. Adult preferred, no pet carport, fenced yard. 160 N I. 9th Ave. Lana
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT *. HELD RESFCWSIBll lake. Geneva, aero from Methodl Church on 1-chq 3/$ pl_... $140 par month lira and lass month. lu.I.,. Owner financing _29".'-chg 3/1
FOR MISTAKES IN CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN SR@I toum. Completely' redecorated 3 I., pool I Ihome. ..nlln...........plus*ecurlhdeposit. .....01OC.*
OVER THE TEIEFHONE.Cknillled Dravtk price reduction' llchg 3/7 4 YARD SALE preferred Phone 496-307.''''2975. UFN 2/28
.deadline I II Tuesday noon prior to Thursday NEW HOUSE 3.341 oq,ft.,ha...., .large wooded HOMI fOIl SIN In laka fuller. Security depoill PERSONAL SERVICES
publication.Minimum.. lot. moll peacelul and friendly. town Appralted "l'alaCrt charge I*IS ward fat S2.71 than lOcentllor loon $173,000. Port St. Joe H. ((904)) :929: 99.. $y THEDFFICESHDP YARD AU IN WORTHINOTOM an Highway' NOt 5I POt HINT Nka location Call ....301.. OIlMAN WIU AND SEPTIC TANK Package deal.:2"
aach word "'..-- eons. InCANA.IIRIMsaI 1-roolier Rood 1 mile from the pot afflca. Airconditioner 2-cha 3/-l4 or/"well,ways pump, new Installation ol*ap
: *; It.000 ITU. I2,000ITU. 11._$TU. NOME 3 M, fumlihod, air cand.. Ii.. ...11..out ol tic ta.hI. drain Held' and lift Motion*. Mobile
Maytag automatic waihlng ......hln.. ApartmentIlia Laka fuller. $200/month. Call 776-2440 collat.A'S homo pole available. All work guaranteed. call
Subscribe Whirlpool r...,..ra"" 11 hp enapaer riding\ Tommy Dormer 2712151. UfN' '"
now.I Coll Si. 964-5764 1_._.,. All al bargain ",Ic... Call -..2301at HOMIMADf ClOTH'S AND ALTERATiONS.>V_"
Todayf' _4 pnr.ufe 3OAIAOI /$ Call ....3206. 4-chg 2/21-3/14
4Q0f SQ. FT. LAKIFIlONTCONTEMIIORARY <(>1963 Hallmark Cards. 'Inc. SALE 340 NE 3rd It. (Sandra Wad.)Sotun PIANO IISSONS. Private Indlvlduallied' Instruction
day March *. '.00 C.m.-11:00 noon. Maternity. with ..porl....... teacher. All age. *. leglnnar' *
HOME ----- clothe, baby clolha and other baby I......, bay "' ........ Call 4962017.: 4-ad 37MINSURANCE
clothe*, all slto ...."'* eult*. toy. two paint LUKE NEW KENMORE WASHES $235. ;Phone '
h0,4wd4rnY.dNdI.AmikyCoon t IkeSmnd. Creator*. .. 49o-29, I-chg 3/3
two flaraiconl fixture, ana laud, and
Mew** *tle, 11tOO ..... Chimney. Fires ",a'L-! Item I-dig :3/$

... located on bawitiful While Sands lake. .e I Among!: the Top 10 I ,pQR.SAIE. .' gllr-ji'':) J.IHol .. : .., I IMA1Nnm1uMFKbaaNCYY6o'ad''A !
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JCayrton* Hotahrt Florida Hom.-Fir. Hazards 4'," .10 HOMESIFOR ,. e" ., .. "., .. ... .''U ." ,1 M Lake Rutler /963975.<...., ....'.*.._ Sac 6
faa-fuKii 4 Bit, 4 bath fireplace, RnVig room cooveratlon l7 PLYMOUTH AntOW 4Cyl.! INOIN:$363.: via' TFN. "
( prf, formal dining room.breakfast room, walk-In" pan- A Dirty' ChimneyAlso SALE l'7i CHIVY*Cyl. angina run period $269.
fry. sawing room laundry room.alegar 7.tory foyer, 4 car Cause 174 POND t Cyl. angina run perfect 1235.:
oarooa. Intercom SMtam ""'..ughout. lacurrly svttem, .baautl-. Heat LossaSmokeFilled LOG MOMU Over 40 runic model M chooe from. CHICKEN HKTItlZH $12 pick-up truck load. You VACUUM

fulfil (anchcapad yard playground & much. much moral Rooms Send for free brochure. Hone!Abo Log Homo ASK 1aacI.US AIOUT NEW OMC. MTTrT'S USED CAM.
.... I, Ion V4CP, Molt,, Tenneuoa, :3(573. SALENEW
MUCTtONSi From North $ 1/4
Keyttooa Halghfs go on Highway *"/251-_. llchrg 3FCAN - 21 approximately 3 mllet, turn East on C-332, follow road Protect home 1t74 fOlIO OKAN TONNO 302Aulomatk OrealShope.
for 2 Hallos look lot Auction Sign on loft. Preview Fab.2.., 12. And your VnO 4311407. 1-pd :3/1 cand. Call & USEDWe '
Family JOHN OHM TRACTOR 3 20 70 HP good
5 and Mar. 2,104. With A 431.1653 or 43..460.chl. ". Finance Our OwnKlH8YS
For picture brochure contodiGAMPBELfS TOMATO PLANTS fOR SAIS $2: .50 a hundred
4dw1 NfJo 4 H Safe Chimney Keystone Heights Area 6-35$9.: 2_pd 3/3-14 ROYALS

: ) AUl.1'ION ERVrCE Call: 964-8278 Shop & ompare., i O 1VEKS
**t$ 473.7023 Blankenship Chimney Sweep Applications are now being Subscribe I

..0. D.t t.. RIZrwswwSPL* 91 32t taken for Times-Union morn- Spt'l'Ii.1 Insurance rll ELECTHOLUX
Ioh.h' Park
ing newspaper routes. Applicants Lake Butler: FILTER QUEENS: ;
All I iNh IIr hOlnt"
must be able to posta I SEARS
Call VIckI 496-226' okLwrs poltt'\l's i rll
cash bond; have reliable] ('OI\lI\lEHCIAI4
mobile homt
All Vacuum and ] We repair all makes .
transportation ; a
Keystone Heights: Call for Quote ,
telephone.. EOE. 473-2210 AI Y sIn
Cleaners Call95165 Ollnls Mobile Dung

AVDNGS Starke: Home Sales Since 1957

t Call Montez Elaine M. Olin Agent 964-6918

(FREE 20 % off WILL Your Convenience TRAVELFor 964-6305 964.5606 3 Miles w north of

nhnN;, ,. aOII Chang

y UllpAll) raneurrn Cars Washed K Waxed -

,Kirby Royal Filter Queen nliiim illhYiiyll, Call Jeff 473-348: ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. -

Special Clean & Service Realtor

Call 473-3468
I Vacuum Cleaners Ask for Jeff 221 W. Lafayette SI.-Acroi from Wishbone

Trees Cut .Painting Mon.-Fr1. 1:30 o.m.-:30 p.m.
Saturday t o.m. to 12 noon
$ I / eOU plus parts Pressure Washing

Yards Cleaned + bV 964.5065

ldI"a'R' 7ake Advantage of Our Exclusive

510,000.392.5 .
# Ac. with well $ptlc. el.c. A
3 Mi. North of Starke
on U.S. 301 abandoned trailer near Brook.r. *MINI-FARMETTE: 9 Ac, brick 3 BR. 2 BA homo. Nice trees.

964-6918 $17.000. HWY 301: Car rapolr shop ft living quarters.

I38S-3BR. 2 BA brick. 15 Ac., pool. *HIGHWAY 100 S: Approx.. 1 Ac. 3 BR, 1 BA. C/B. New carpal.

hors barn qulppad.. pole barn, *38 ACRES ON Hwy 301 South
mor.$139.000. INVESTMENT PROPERTY: 4 rental unit*. Raduc.d to 69900.

/ I MS N.Temple Av.. *GOOD TIME TO PURCHASE lake property Soulhild CrSiby. Lak. 100' on
water has dock.
Need Your HouseCleaned EfarkeF132091STROUT .' NICE LARGE HOME. Eo.l of Hospital.

...... ? Mobile Home Poles APPROXIMATELY 75 ACRES paved road frontage Hampton ar.a. -

I : :; REALTY +IMMACULATE 2 BR, 1 BA HOME with stove on outside( wall. Many axtrai.Ha .

[ Call Linda 100 AMP $145 INCOtrOIATIOfMlttt over 3 ocr..
$3OKf--' __ WALNUT STREET Large horn with good character. Naadt restoring

473-3468 Call 473-7862 or,272-5842 ._ 4731016Janet _. .*6 RENTAL UNITS on Church Slr*.t. N..d repair price hat bar reduced.
*33 ACRES: Bradford County land only $37,000. r

--- Ii.I M *3 BR, 2 BA ON ONE ACRE with largo icr..nad-ln porch. Com by and toke a '

look. .

M. *3 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOME on nice lot with fencing.

orSmallTroy ,*9 ACRES on SR 100 toward Lak. Butler. .
StarlingRealtor H SO ACRES Priced to tell. Term available ,

Built Tiller. Call Now. 964-7700 CROSBY LAKE-lot with 100' frontage on loke. E-Z term*. -

393 N. Tempi Ave. 17 ACRES off 229 F.nc.d pasture with barn.
473-3321 V.rnl. P. Odom 1003 W. MADISON 3 BR, 2% BA fireplace, fam. room. $67,900
--. Brok.r.GRIMotivated VERY NICE: 3 BR 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy. *GRAHAM 3 BR 2 BA. 2-ear garage, CH t A. ".S acre*.

125. $49 000. *301 COMMERCIAL FRONTAGE 6CW between old Dairy Queen and Kentucky
Seller .s 'ACRES: n.ooo:' 10 ACRES i Fried Chicken. .

Sack CHourtmig & 3nc. .3 M, !..Ac,.*. Uwtey $23.000. *43T FRONTAGE HWY 301 N. Term available. i
Aiinoduten. 17x39Talman
: Trailer, % Ac. (m/1)) for ..... ....87 ACRES:Well Une.xJ/crott-femt.xi'septic rank *MINI-STORAGE One acr. with 22 unit*. Zoned and approved for additional

Realtor/Builder Ow..IIncl... avail.aJUIR I i pool | unit

473-7060 _l JA Ham.In lenHa.. tfgt. 1$2".000. 225 A. 12500. Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR j
.Larg variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of BradfordCo. .Biilldlng 1.000 *... ft. Aaeet. toyovr NEWLY :AVAILABLE: l t4-2" Ac.rocf Sale. Menager* Evening'U'041RIALTO.ASSOCIATeS
A few Duplex & Triplex: Lot. No septic tank mounds pav .u..... | .. Ow..., 1.rm$. 'I2'AIO .
ftullelng with lots of Irene I. Faulkner e4-S142 |
sp.ce. J M. III.| John.1U-21'
Owner financing Ac.1 $2,000 per ae. "
ed roods > Our community water systems .-
fernt IeorOw..r will hold met 1 Rex Slemer 473-2120 Suianne Kitchen. 1
rVd frntg. $12.500. 44.74M
from $3950". Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and t...* to jtraHHed., kwyer. .20 9 Ac.Ae. Cold In pln$. Bob Matthew 44-72i1 Lou Young M.7S2S
Starke.. LAND WITH TIRMSt Carol Warner ti4-4m
.90 Ac.- $50,000.
'A-t Ac. tract .
.3 BR. 1 BA Country $23.500. COMMERCIAL.RESIOENTIALRental
INDIAN LAKE WOODS Orancm 111 Ac. Geed huntln, -1. ,LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE Available

Beautiful, high, wooded, tingle' family homesltes' on paved !" Ac.are Front. SR II. Worthlrvefonfpg .SERVICE STATION $' .000 Carol Warner.REALTOR ASSOC.

road with community water. One acre 'and more from ... Union. Co. ((904))782-3931 Property Management Division

Ac. ,...tm C U. P.O. Drawor M
.950.00. Excellent term. J14 M. C*. Rd.
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OARAOI All IN lAWTIVi Prl. I $..'... M 223. 2 f .. I

block hem Handy Way. Now furniture, clothe, ONI ACM LOT lacing Forerlh Road S3.0DO.. $300: MIMOIA MANOR MOBUI HOMI PALS Mobile Homo. CANS Old fashioned green cane 4-9 ft. In .- .", ', .: :' ',::,:';;= _
household Item, and and ...... Recreotlonol I vehicles _loom.. -
much: mar Itchg 3/07 down $79 par mo. Call 964-S604. 10/4 rln specF7ar length. 271 Alton Road, Starka, FL Ph. ....6404. ,
MILD IXTRA MONIVt Stanley Horn Product: ha a LOTS I ACRIAOli 20 percent dawn balance In live ..... 9/14 HnROOMS 2/21 3tpd 3/14 p
way wllh no mveitm.nl. 471-4136. Itpd 3/07 yaws, financing _..... f64.i.13, 12/13146. POR DINT SCHOOL BUS BOOVt Mo.... Ideal storage building.
PORCH AILS tvorytMng 71 cent to 10 cent, Thuradoy ACM LOTS Fleaeont Grave __I. 13,900.1390 Day .Week Mot, _.6490 ar 964.M77. 3/07 2Mhg 3/14 "
lo Saturday Brown houie In Iron el Weitern Auto. dn., S70 par ma. Call 964-9606. 1/O3 Hn MAOMOUAHOTIL ...MIRCURV OUTBOARD MOTOR, gas lank Ilia rat c/7rufitkar
00 a.m. Itpd 3/07 Owl ACM ion ON WINO DV ROADl(3.900.SJSO Acres tram Starka P.O. and boat seat S390. 964.7511 ask for
INI .. IASTWOOD Di., In has olla sid. !1.m. dn.. S70 per ma. Call 964-9606. I/OS Ifn 14 FOOT TRAHIRl I or 3 adult only. No pen By appt. 110I...... 11pd.107INTI.NATIONAL or 964.1170. :
,.1.. lei,. Sun. llpd 3/07 1.7 ACRIS-BROOKIR ROADl (C-227)) S3.900.1390 dn. KOA (Campground. _.1414. 1/31 Hn STILL RUILDtNO Manulacturar
f A.M.Til ttl Friday and Saturday.At camw al/W_. S70 per ma Call 6a.5606.1/03 tin HOTIL ROOMti By tha night S7: by the week,135 upi: dealership In..ollob''.a....Men.Green awording profit-
and Adkln StrMtl. Furniture and. clothing. Itcha IB ACRIS OFF PORSVTHB LOAD SI,'95 par ec.....500 by the month. SIOO up. MAGNOLIA HOTEL, acro. potential an..pondln.lndu.. For .REALTY
application .
tram OHko. .... HnKITCHINimSi 'I I
Past Ita. 2/21
3/C: '
dn. tin
1290 per me. Call 964-9606 1/03 call Wedgcar. ((303)) 799-3200 .... 2403. Itpd 3/07 ;
SATURDAY9..m. la 3 393 ONI ACM I well',S'4,900: IB2 room. Utilities furnished. Weekty. '
p.m. N. Walnut Itpd MOBNJ HOMI LOT Septic 4%' ACRII ON N.W.Pith IT,Terry Rood lawtay.Calf
3/07 S aero, mobile horn., septic and wall. 117.500. Call UNDiRWOOO MOTIL Hwy. 301 N. 34 ml. N. of tact Viola Oodwln 3/07 2tchg 3/14 a y 'ti',. .
OARAOI SAUi Pr( I Sat. Mar t I .. '.4 p.m. Two 964-4B37. Itpd 3/07 Start.. Itpd 3/07 LIMOUSIN CATTLIt Young bulls, heifers and bred' PHONE 964. 776
shotguns, baby bed car ,eat. hl-chalr, stroller, LOT IN CITYi $6,000. Call 964-97641 alter 9, call KId ROOM with private bam. 944.6035.2/38 HnRITAH. cow. 964.6411. 311T12tch.3/14
carpet, pot 4 pan. dl.h... bedspreads. .heet* afow.l. 96/-5351. 3/07 .tin. ITORI ON CALL STRIITi Will. design, and I9B3 SIRRO SCOHY CAMPIR with tandem ..1..,new [ERECEwlltGAI! 205 N. Temole Stark I
., single" bedipreod table S a chain,90" Ian remodel ta suit your needs. Call 96/ 6105: ask tor automatic .oll. p awning completely' .ell-
tin, laal 1977 Maverkk. 4-door. 7 mil..South olStorko MOBILE HOMES Sylvia, 3/07 Hn contained Used less than 600 mile. $4,900. See at
on Road 100 an loll. Itpd 3/07 4 BR BRICK HOMIi Cant A/Heat. Twa-car garoga, 430 Center St. ttpel07 SPECIAL
LIGHT PlANTIMt Covered wagon lamp, lawn FOR SALE _-6490 or 964-/877. IIIT12tckg 3/14 HONDA THRU WHIILIRi AI 200.1000. I yr. old Appakma *4S4
mown, bah, 21" B/W TV ", I... Fr( I Sat.,233: N. IAROS TWO-ITOIT HOMIi S37S per mo.plus dpolt. Crass ....... $300; pig. for Mia' $16 each. ROLLING COUNTRY. ONLY
toy St. behind III' Champ en 301 North. Itcha 3/07 106 N. Church St. 1911.3/07 Hn Alicia hay at tarn, $3.90 per ...,.. 712-3737 or $444.0001 NEAR COLUMBIA COUNTY LINE. BORDERS
SATURDAY ONLY .a,,,,. til S p m. 1(01 lolford" Road SKVUNI MOBHI HOMI CINTIR, Hwy. 301, N. .ta..... I BR HOMI POI RINTi Ht. I Air; nice neighborhood 7B3-3897: ask lor Donn '107 2tchg 3/14, :
(Highway 16 West). Rain or >hln*. Itpd 3/07 Coma .. Roy Oouln. larmarfy al L....Chavy-Old., close ta hopping. No small children. No per*. SIOOwe. COLOR TVi S99 and up. Next to Starke Truck Stop OLUSTEE CREEK. ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY
GIGANTIC MOVING SAUt Appllancai. furniture or Troy Smith for the"' ,goln.. W. buy and movo used dep, S230 per ma. Must see ta appreciate. Call south ol Storke. 964.1212. 11/24 rlnI97B
baby Items. big screen TV |uka ban anti...... and homee. 961.4414.961.1771.6136 HnKIVSTONI _._ for Interview. Itpd 3/07 LIFITIMI MOTOR HOMI. 24 ft. good condition.
handmade quilt I am. til /T ,.1. I Sat on Hwy HlrOHTSi 2 bedroom unit elM mo., lur- 5 BR.S BA CI HOUSli, In city limit. 1350 ma.Stovo and Some work _ocIoci. $4900. Call 964-4796 after 6 LOVELY BRICK VILLAt Convenient to .everything.2 BR, 1 Vu BA. Large living 8
230 Klng"loy Lake Village. Follow n.. S332667.IMhg : nl.hed. PurchoM option 1111). 4737960.KIVSTONI retrkj, tumlshed. 9661473.3/07 Hn furnished. p,.... Anytime on weekend.. 2121t1n dining greo. Spacious kitchen with stove & refrlg. ,
NIAR ORAHAMt I IR trallar. Completely
3/07 MIOHTSi 2 bedroom unit $90 down. UND LUMNRt Recycled oak B pine board. 1x4',
Ml.. SAT. 4 SUNi III 5.30.301' South behind Payment al $99 ar $99 menu',. In park, call Include hoot and air., S40 wk. 485-1371. Itchg 3/07, 2x4'., $19 per pickup truck load. AIM' 4d'.135 for VERY BEST LOCATION. 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House Beautiful I CH4A, stove,
longchamp builder.. Follow .Igni. Itpd 3/07 6137560.13/27.3/7 I Itpd MOBIll HOMII rot LINT On. mil. from Stork city !Vt cord Come by Sunshine Acre., It. 16 vVe.t, next refrlg., celling fans 1 /i oc landscaped grounds.
SATURDAY 7* IATI AFTIRNOONi 110I1... clothe ond ONI ACM MOBUt MOMS Saptlc I ...11. $14,900: Iacra. limit Clean. No child.., or,.... Hwy. 16. W. Call. to Olin Mobile Home Park, Mon.-Frl. *;:30 M 2:30. BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT I.' ACRESi Country Club. Owner anxious to sell.
Item.. On Grlttlt, Loop oft SR 100, first troll. anright. mobile home Mptk end well $ 7.100. Call 468-1331 10/7 Hn '11T1 2tchg 3/14
See.Ipns. Itchg 3/07 94.437. 21:112tpd: 3/07 alAN MOBUI HOMISi lor_..On Hwy. 14 W.Close ROLL OF HAY IN FlltOt $1*. Call alter 5 p.m. .4 BR, 1 / BAs Brick. Rd. 16 E. On. half acr. with fireplace.S33 .
WASHING MACNINISi 964-7169. N-mil. past I9B4 SKYIIHI OMINUAFi 24.4I2 B'. 2 BA. Plywood ta prison.' Call 944-7530 or 468-133110/07 HnSTUDtO 713-1727. 3/07 3tchg 3/14 W. PRATT STi Convenient everything.

3/07 Highway Patrala nation' going north en :301. llchg floors, .hlnglo roof. lop tiding., $19.000. 964-4414 or Apartment APARTMINTi. 2314 N.Weekly Temple, Ave.monthly 7/21: rota Hn.. Palm SMALL UTILITY axle TIAIlIRi Mod. by Man. $.2.. One EXCELLENT LOCATION CB, 3 BR.. 2Vi BA. CHSA. Chalnllnk f.nc. Own.r
964-477B. IMhg 3/07 straight S29. 762-3690. Itpd 3/07
FOUR PAMILIISl Inlonl la adult clothing turnlrure and I9B4 UBHTVt 14x70 3/2. Plywood floor.. siting?. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 3 BA apt. Far TOMATO PLANTS, Four different varletle. Call Harry anxious.
Intent .upplK. Loll of ",I... Item. North on 301, roof 'lop.Idlng.' $".900.964.4414 ar964-477S. IMhg more Information call Lake Sailor Apt*. 1963111.Equal Faulkner. Sr. 964.6528. AIM hove cabbage plantsand RAIFORD AREA CB W/CYPRESS VENEER On. acre. 2 BR. 1 BA. Approx. 1500
past Thonl. look for 'I.n. ,,1. I Sat. Itchg 3/07 3/07 Opportunity _.Ing. 6/7 rlnchg eight double automatic hog w...,.... $1 each.
THURSDAY I FRIDAY 624 N. Church St. Threelamllle. 3/07 Jtchg 3/14 'q. ft. Handsome Interior only 4 yr. old.

.. Big,o.doo''.. MIN Item.. Itchg 3/07 MISCELLANEOUS HELP WANTED POUR PORKIRS, S60 each. 782.:3362. Itpd 3/07 'GRAHAM 4 BR, 2 BA. On two acres. Call for details.
FRIDAY *6! SATURDAY. S-2i Two lamllle.. MlK.Three 1973 JIIP CJ s. 6 cyl. canva.top. $3300: RM125 SuiuklI9BO REAL ESTATE INVESTORS W. have listed excellent rentals I 5 duplexes ond
mil. mouth of ..0.... on right ol 100. Itpd $373. lull .lie pool table V.-ln date, $329.Call
IXPIRIINCSO BOOKKIIPIRi For port time work. Sand 2 homes. All rented and have cash flow.
3/07 ClOTHIUINI CONSfONMINT SHOPl Iring your ned 7B2-3069 ...., 3/07 Jtehg 3/14 are positive
metal detector. '...nl. rockets.kll.. _rel.. resume to P.O. Drawer 280. lto...., FL 3201. 1/03 :11 FT. TRAVIt TIAILIRt Sell-contolned. $1,000 and 301 MOTELS 16 rm.. turn ft roomy living quarters. 376' Hwy 301. Own. fin.

HOMES FOR SALEM ball gl...., Ille cabinet., calculator., aloe. HnCRUISI SHIP 4OBSII Oreat Income potential. All occupation -take up _m.n... 489-1734.- 3/07 2tchg 3/14 FORMERLY MAJIK MARKETiAcross HS. 301 frontage. Priced right)

typ.wdpa nbroker.ICall 96616410a.kfarYawl.2/21 car- .. For Information, call (313)( )742.8620. .... BROWNLEE ROAD-36.43 ACRESI Of prim. property. Own.r financing.

S. WATER STRIITi (y owner. 2 IR, Cl horn. Hn IXCUIINT 342. 2/14 4tpd INCOMI 3/07 lor part-time home a..omblywork. CARS TRUCKS COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.
t-461-1333.: 11/OS tin HIV Need horn.. lor abandoned Border collie and .. 9579. 2144IEOW ONLY $3l.000i 1331
Far Ihla. coil ((904)) 641-1003. / Saratoga Hgts. Blending St.
9 wk.. old, 964-6741. Ifchg 3/07 '
pup. appro B! LINCOLN 4-door, Signature .erle., like new.
634 N. CHIRRV STi Frame home on 90.75 'loot lot. 4 31:11FlDI.AL. : .
IR, carport, utility .hod and playhauie.' 964-4365. RIW ARD FOR RtTUIN OF OR INFORMATION IIADINO ITATI CIVIL >..VlClIOH ...lIoIot..Call $I6BOO. Loan value, $...000. 473-2214 11/01 Nntits 4 MILES SOUTH ON 3011 .Fenced 10 acres. $19,900.
2/21 Mn TO RITURN OF A Wilson 2000 baeeball. gkwa taken 1-419.549.8304 lar Info 24 h... 2/21 3tpd 3/14 JIIP CHIROKIIi Laredo package. Salient con BRICK HOME RD. 230 3 BR, 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fcd. bkyd. $52.000.
FOR sL10s RENT Home with._nobl.term.Call from INS dugout during Old Tin. I INS gome. 'U.NITUIIIALU".ION. Man ar lady,who want to dition. tMOO.cell 473-2214. 12/13 Hn MH ON 7 BEAUTIFUL ACRES NW 105th Av. Lawley. 35000.
964 1949, 2/2H 2tchg 3/07 964.1070.1Hhg 3/07 make S50.000-SIOO.OOO yearly lor North Fl. Sales 1974 FORD Dump'Truck lor Mia, 933-2474.: 1/03 HnIS
IV OWNIRl Brick haute with 3 bedroom., 2 ....h.. axp. .....,ocI. But will trot,. Send ,..um. to J.T. IT TRUI YOU CAN IUV JIIPS FOR $44 through the BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS Own. fin. Additional acreage available.
Central heat t 01,. 1603 'q, H. living area 2acre>al WANTED Kirkland Pyramid' Mlg., 633: W. Grad A.... U.S. Government? Cot the loci todayl Call BUILDING LOTS Bessent Rd. (4)) Oaks ((1)I) Conn.rly Estates ((2)) Hampton
land On Highway 229. SS7.SOO.Call%6943 nlghtt.' Gaddon Al..27I.'h._-442.1_.Ploaa Include 1-312-743-1142. Ixt. 609.. 1/17 COW loaded.3/07 Good condl.lion. Oaks ((2) Crosby Lake ((1)I). .
I9BB CAMARO I-tlt I .0P. fully
3/07 2tpd '/'" photo will be returned. 2/21atpd 3/31
DOCK MOUSIt Modern kitchen aver the water who,. AXUS B TILES Two.. ..and lour"..., Hlgheit price LPN POSITIONS Frank Wall help facility. All shifts Call....' S 30 p.m. 5312066.7/114khg: : 3/O7 '$25.000 3 BR home on 2 Acres In country.
..., Fl. _lIoblo. 259.3131.f. 222.Itchg 1964 CHIVY C-SDi.2-ton truck with 17 alum. ..... Duel EAST CALL STREETI Business Location. Owner
shrimp' crab, and fish are plentllul In Mason.Beautiful paid. 0'.... W.ldlnglhop. 301 South, .ta. Contact Agnes Rowa 33000. terms.
wheels' V-l .d. Ideal for $.210.
.1_. Secluded. On. acre plu.at Morris'sSIuH 964-9007. 11/03 Hnchg 3/07 4sp produce. '222' FRONTAGE 3011 1 ml.S. of Starke. next to Moseley Tlr. Co. Exc. terms.
419-1941. 2/21 3/07
I''A hours Ht 0,10., 964.7835. 3/07 Hn THRU ANTrOUl ClOCKJi For my own UM. No MUD IXTIA MONIVt BO year-old company. with progressive 2tthg '
NIWLY RIMODf UDi 355. L'. Ig.Kit. S DR. D/W utility dealer., pteaM. Cell t-497-3304 or 497-2909. 1/24 Idesa I* looking for a mature Individual 'II '0.D'.11O.4.Wh..ld.Iu..I5.500.. 79 Comet 29 ft. OWNER FINANCING 15 Ac. In Lawtey of SR 225. Only 29500.
room front I back porch. On on.acre oursldo city Itchg 3/07 with tha some outlook who I I. Intaratted In part or travel trailer, $4,900. 712. 3191. 2/21. 2tpd '11T1 '10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDEi N.ar Hampton. Only 35000.
limit.. S26.00O ar belt oHer, 964.6493.: 3/07 2tpd BUY.SILL.TRADIi Gold. .liver B diamond.Will beat lull-Ilm. Mlllng. No Investment or experience required 1964 FORD F-lHt IWI, V I, PS PB 4 .peed AM/FM
: to offer luxurious home acro..lrom
7121660.32B or. proud
skill and 44.000 mile. Ixcellent condition. $4999.
ANYTIME. mechanical
'1'4 an on., price on |awelry. Call V64-423I II you hava good enoy|
KINOILIV LAII AREA 3... 21A, CH6Aen H.ocreloi 3/21 Hn talking to people, you can earn top commission. 2tchg 1/07 Starke Golf S Country Club.
under canopy ol oak.. Near Klnglley lake Fire Dept. WANT TO BUVi Your old furniture tools,dlshe. quilts dollar. You II be lolling out Goodyear product lor 7B TOYOTA STATION WAGONS 74 Cadillac 4doorMdan 'THI RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "Plnesong". 37 bldg.
Owner anxlou. Call today.. Waits Wllllom., or anything el lntara.1. Cell Linda .. the Country maintenance' al roots wall and (Hoar al Industrial for Mle.964.7114. Itpd 3/07
REAITOR (_) 389.ensa. Itpd 3/07 Peddler, lake City. 7929416 or 799-93B4..No |unkpleaM. commercial property. Free sole*... and plan* I9B1 CMC PICK UPt PS. AT. 96/-4373.3/07 2tpd_3/14 lots w/paved roads. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms.SECLUDED. .
NIW MOlrtli :3549 Sq. Ft. Has everything largo wooded 2/2B 2tpd 307PERSONAL ty of help along the way. Wa offer training ISIS MIRCMV LYNX L, Unlimited mile_ ran CHARMING Unique hideaway. 6 yrs old. S BR. 3'/ BA. CH&A.
oH al $9.100. .1791 or
lot. Small peacelul and Irlendly town.Appral.edloan ample, technkol help bonus plan advancement lIobl. Asking pay Sep. office. In city. On 7 Ac. Reduced. $89.900.
964-7061. 3/07
173000. Part St. ... Fla. ((904)) 719.8999. By opportunities and mora. For detail with no obliga IMhg
SERVICES Ills MAZDA 624i, A/T Air AMlFM.I3500.OBO. Call HAMPTON LAKE Redwood & brick 3 BR 2 BA. scrn'd
Owner. 3/07 leanS lion |lust tend your noma and odd,..*to Id Mohan Fireplace, porch.
IR, I'%' BATH HOMIi Saratoga Height. Corner lot. Consolidated Protective Coating Corporation. 1101 _.7121. IMhg 3/07 TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE 16 Ac. Clear w/opprox. 700' on Hwy 301$. Inc. 2
Inclosed garage. Central Heat S Air. Phono ..cleaned ailed I. 9th Street, Cleveland. Ohio' 44'1... Itpd ./07 I9TB CHIVY CAMAROi PS. PB. Air. Auto. Iran. caneala. wells 3 tanks 2 MH Butler Stock.d & creek
9665657.3/01 2 tod 3/14 MWINO MAOMNII HPAIRIDi All APPLICATION NOW BIINO TAKIN lor convenience RUM god 66,000 mil. $1.779. 712-3110. Itchg deep septic Bldg. pond
1IKI NIW SPLIT lIVILi 2 bath, three bedroom., and odlu.ted, $15. Used sewing machlneeforMia. tore .1..... 32 hour Apply Suwannee Swllty. 301 :1/07 FOR LEASE Furnished 3 BR, 1 BA home In country with acreage. Pecan Ir....
Jam.9trkkland corner Morgan Rd.and Hwy. I9BB THUNMRBWDi :103 V., PS. PB. Air CHIN
llreplace w/lnten. large .crooned porch open 16 110..... 9641733. 1/03 Hn South TIN, between SILF-MOTIVATID 7am. and 3pm.FIOPll.Itchg 3/07 Work for control. 51.000mllo..I3.100.eng.712-3110. 1Mhg307I9M ROOM TO ROAM:256S sq. ft. home on 3'/t Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. $105.000.
porch carport, After S and call !workshop:33.3019.3/07 At 2.peI14 Klng.ley Laka.S90.000 CHAIN LINK FINCIi In.talled. Free ... mutes. Handy. ,ourooll. Full or part.tI..... I will train. No Invest CHIVY IUV TRUCKt LWB 4-Maed, $ .'75. ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/cpprox. 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229.
Man Fence Co. Ownar Tammy Reddish 9661559. ment. Call 46S-2W for appointment 9 a.m. ta 9 7B2-3I10. IMhg 3/07 $99,000 with atsum. mtg.
3/29 Hn.MACHINI Ins CHIVY IMPALA WAGON PS. PS. New tI75. ,... ..
,..BUSINESS .........iOPPORTUNITIES" ...._..4.., ..-. QUILTINOi Crib to King' .1... Also have p..IIIT12tpel'114- -- ._mllee.' 5909.712.3110. IMhg 3/O7 SWIMMING POOL 4 BR, 2 BAt Morllan Rood. -
.*" .. quilt for eole. Assorted .- and design. Betty *"{'.': Ins OHVRTTIi Oae eever. Lose mINer but g Od. .' '15 ACRES Only 35000. 10 Ac. Imp. pasture. 5 Ac. Incl. lake w/fl.h.
Hlldebrand 9641122. 4/31 HnchgWANTTODRINKF FOR SALE Mica dependable transportation, See to appreciate.SB9O : .
Firm. 72.1172. 1/07 Hn INVEST NOW Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 'lust South of City Limits.

THAn YOUR BUSINUS 'I9B1 OATSUN TRUCKl King Cob. Loaded. $9.100. 13 lots avail. .
OWN YOUR OWN, Jeani-.port.wear, lad//.. apparal WANTTOSTOPtTHATSOURS FIRIWOODi. Call 964.5268..b for Matt. 11/99 rlnNIWVPAPIR 473-2964. MuM Mil. 3/07 2Mhg 3/14 * *
children., large elie. combination w..tsre.tare, PLATES Aluminum. Measure 24x36", 2S 1964 CHBVV IMPALA 2-dr., 263 eng.. new mage and
occeKorle. Jordocha, Chic L_. levl, laiy Street, Akehallc.Anenymeu.96441IO9646I94964S434. cent each. Gnat tar patching and repair tI,... 1.000 010. 964-1950. Itpd 3/07 PUT US TO WORK EVENINGS
Iced Esprit tomboy Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, TELEGRAPH 135 W. Call) St. V44-6303. 1946 SLICK SKYLARKt 2 dr.all orlg? no rust p_. ..... LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 9o4-740t
Evan Plcona. Ill Clalborne, Member. Only, pdthraBUiCARPINTRV TRAUIRS. TRAUIIS. TRAUIRSi S'.V utility ,..II.., per brh..V B,run. Ilk.new.$1200.964-B990.. Itpd JOHN GREENE 533-2121
Organically Crown Healthtex. over 1._ athar. WOUKi Porches .....,.., remodeling. S65O, 14 doer trailer, IITOO: 16' utility trallar.SV70 3/07 IRVING CLARK. JR. 'a4-71.
S7.900 la S34.900 Inventory training futures, grand I work decks, mobile home. repair.. Call 9644232. : 16' !lawn trallar. .125, I01 lawn "lngl. axla II FT. KINOPISHII bAli Now llberglaie, bottom and TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 MAXINE BOOTH 4I5-1M7
opening etc Can open In 19 day. 110I,. Loughlln 2/2B2Mhg3/07 trailer, S7S; 16' car hauls SI.150: 6 ft. ramp. paint 7,5 hp tvlnruda motor $490. 96/-5950. Itpd NOVIS. WARD 94-7454 DAVID DODGE 9o4.537 l
((612)) 968.6355. Itpd 3/07 PIRSONAl TOUCH, Need your home ar oHka clean 00. Olln'*Mobil.Home Center,Rd. 100 W. Starka. 3/07 -
ad? Will do II lor you whlla you do more Important 944-5404. l/IOHn 1964 FORD RANOIR 4x4i Fully loaded low mileage.
BOATS thing. Keyltone H...., MelroM. Starke area.. S-DOOR VISUAL COOLIRi bcellent condition. 1000. Take over payment ol $220,90 "'0. or $10,000.Negotiable. ;: .
473-3867. let ring... 2/14 4tchg 3/07 Cash "11M. Call 473-3943: otter 6 p.m. 1/24 Hn 7133613. IMhg 307MOTORCYCLES 1Q ann.
LAROI BACKNOI, I ,d. dump truck, haul III!dirt will COPY MACMNUi Canon-tor rent ar'01.. Canon homo
do private ar .ubcontrect. Call 0..., 4* -'I79. Alter copier, 1799: Canon homo ar office copier. t"97. CARLSON
14 FT. BASS BOAT AND TRAIlIRi With 29 hp Johnson 30.46.1461.2/21 4Khg 1/14 Canon office copier/ SI:39*. Rent to own tar as little Home
9 : Satellite Inc.
motor and electric trolling motor. Uk.now. S2,290. Call St.. Systems,
110 W.
SIWINOt Plain I fancy; wedding. de.lgn., tollorlng.dreites a* S45 per month. OFFICI SHOP
Call 964.6943 altar 6 30 p,m. Itpd 3/07 suits, drape.. slipcovers, ....n.., women' Starke. 94.5764. 2/21 Hn One Hwy 100 W.Koytone Heights
193 16' OHIINOt 9.' Johnun outboard trolling and children clothe. Yvonne, 394 Weitmorelond. FOR SAll OR TRADIi. IN STAIKI Two-story building 1911 HONDA 690 CUSTOM Ixcellent condition. Ir /1904114732166rraadom
motor, trailer, go. tank and bearing buddl.. ,l OO. Open 10 a.m.to 9 p.m.Mon.-Frl. 964.71/9.3/077tpd on corner ol Call I Thompson S,? one block tram owner. Window and tote rock 961.7645.2/35 Jtchg of Cttotce
964 1723. 3/07 2tchg 3/14 City Hall. Clyde W. Simpson.3566849.2/31 Hn 3/07 _
LIARS FISIRCUASS JON lOA'. Swivel ..... 7.5 hp ,.3/14.IV'I ILICTRICAli ....onabl. p',.... Free RAILROAD CROSSTIISl Gad lor land scoping gala ,
M.rcury malar trailer, trolling motor, S790 Call ... It. 3/07 fence SI.SO to S4.50 each. (ISO '.
oMImato. prompt .lca. ""' -" 4MhgCOMPUTIRIZID post poll IPINE .... .
964 9044 after p.m. IMhg 3/07 3128 avallabla) Call 964.7641.2/21 Jtchg 3/07 Want Ads Get Results
tilt trailer, loot cont trolling motor 6 gal go. tank. SUlTINOt Key Business ....Ic... 712-3949.: Itchg PUBLIC AUCTION
'1700. .....5769. Itpd 3/07 IWI
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Color trailer. S3800. 782.3089. 311T12.ckg 3/14 :call NOTICE
One mile between motel. For further Into. Saturday March 9 1985
7B2-3919. 1/07 2tchg 3/14 _
Newly' remodeled 2 IR. II. Kit. DR. CLAISIFIID
Hampton. should be submitted to gar
RENT/LEASE $279/mo. 6714.1/07 2tchg 3/14 80 Acres
Bradford County Tolograph
Small unlurnlr trailer. Call 431-151.
IN office In writing and paid In

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District 3 Champs Fall by Two Points to Cross City"I'm

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just as proud of them as can and hit at a torrid 70 percent in the
be. They played their hearts out," ,second half. BHS had 32 field goalsto I
said Coach Mike Sexton of the Brad Cross City's 29. Cross City won the
ford High basketball team which lost game at the free throw line at an
by two points Tuesday night, March ll-for-14 pace. BUS was 3 of 6 from
5, in the Region IV-AA play-offs. the free throw line.
The Dixie High Bears, champions Daren Chandler led BHS with 27 t

of District 7-2A, outscored BHS, points and 13 rebounds. Herbie ..
champions of District 8-2A, 8-6 in Cooper scored 16 points and had 11
overtime to take a 69-67 win in Cross rebounds.
City. The win sends the Bears to the Joseph McDowell,Cross City's big
Secton 2 play-off at Jacksonville man at 8-7. got in early foul trouble.
Bolles a 90-67 winner over Flagler- McDowell who had 13 points sat out
Palm Coast in the Region Hl-AA most of the second quarter part of
play-off game in Jacksonville. The the third and when he came back in,
winners are only one step away from he quickly picked up his fourth foul .
the state tournament. and sat some more. '.'
The Tornado five allowed Cross Bear Ben Wiley picked up the .
City to get some cheapies that really scoring load with a 28 point performance -q-
hurt, said Coach Sexton. "But, we hitting from so far outside
played good." about two steps past the half court
BHS had its chances to win. At the line, that nobody was sent out to t
end of regulation play the Tornadoeshad guard him. Wiley was also 8 for 8 j .
the basketball and were angling from the free throw line. \ II' 'J
for a last shot. But BHS tried to forcea Cross City played a zone and man- 1/
pass inside and lost the ball to to-man defense. Coach Sexton said
Cross City. The same thing happened the Tornado five did a good Job wwtdF'"R s ,
in overtime Coach Sexton said. both defenses.
against ... .
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BHS was down 18-12 after the first BHS used a half-court press
period, but won the second quarter which was very effective against
17-10 and took a one point 29-28, advantage Cross City, says Coach Sexton.
into the half.Cross City won

the third period 18-12 to go up by BHS 12 17 12 20 6 *7 .
five, 4641. BHS won the fourth Cross City it 10 It IS s 69
period 20-15 to tie the and
game .dlonl.I1..y s-o-10, Prancl '+2,Nor-
send it into overtime.The men 1-1-4. Chandler' ll-i-ir, Cooperel4. Mitchell
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baskets Totals 1M-47.
easy given up by BHSin
Crag C.ly-F.F/.r.. S-O-IO,J.Mceowu15313, /
the overtime were the difference. K. McDowell... O'Hore ".'1. WILT 10-t-ll, .
BHS shot 59 percent from the field McCormkk 1+1. ToteU 29."-*..

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Fifth Best Season EverThe 1 aj

final 1984-85 season record of Robert Hankerson played their last
16-7 and district championship is the basketball game for BHS Tuesday I
fifth best in the past 20 years of BHS night.
basketball history. Returnees Herbie Cooper and
You've got to go back to the 77-78 Simon Mitchell both solid players,
season's 18-10 record and a district will form the nucleus and providethe
championship team to approach the leadership for the 1985-68 BHS
current BHS five. five Coach Sexton says.
:: To better this mark it takes such The coach sees a lineup now of
rare BHS records as 23-4, 22..., 23-7 Cooper Mitchell, Ron Brown and
18-6, then comes the 1985 fifth best Pat Diggs plus the help coming up
record of 16.7. from the junior varsity team. Next
Five senior cagers Robert season should not be termed a

Bellamy John David Francis, Sam rebuilding year, Coach Sexton says,
h hI hR Norman, Daren Chandler and the nucleus for team is there.

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One of the Best...

BHS cheerleaders Tracy Clark(middle left) and Erika Gruenmiddle(
right) had plenty to cheer about this basketball season despite a two point
overtime loss to Cross City in the Regionals.
The Tornadoes put together their fifth best season ever under the
leadership of Head Coach Mike Sexton with some outstanding play by
/ i1 Herbie CooperCbottom left), who scored 20 points on nine-of-nlne shooting
ddM l lI against Lake Butler in the district championship game.
:t Senior Daren Chandler(top right and bottom middle) will leave a big
ra..dawd'1 ilf.';;,',' .. ...., hole for Coach Sexton to fill next season, he poured in 27 points against
Cross City.
I w.., .. '.:'1.;, Simon JVlltchelKabove( right) will be back next year at guard.
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I BHS Tornadoes Sweep Through District 8 2A Championships II IIA

right in front of him, and Mitchell Union led all the until John
game-winning steal with about way time for UHS as the clock ticked
left took advan-
10 seconds to play by guard John held he ball until the two seconds ex David Francis stole the ball and away with BHS unable to get the Cooper, more open, from outside.
David Francis who took the basketball pired.On Herbie Cooper rebounded his missed basketball. tage. With Brown adding scoring punchto
the rebound with BUS 40-39 layup and put it in. by much as" Guard Robert Bellamy was 2 of 14 the usual effort of Chandler
from Union's Roscoe Simmonsand up Up as With with 50 seconds left BHS's from
the field in off for him.
Herbie Cooper's game-winning Simon Mitchell was fouled and missed nine points, the Tigers began stall- Bellamy fouled fighting for tile Five fouls an called night Cooper,and Brown the Tornado five
tip-in gave Bradford High the both free throws with 2 secondsleft. in in the third period. basketball, and Unions Timmy were on UHS 14 had a four point advantage, :30-24, at
District 8-2A Tournament 40-39 over Union tried a long pass to half VHS played slowdown ball Friday Jackson sunk two free throws to put on the half and was up by nine, 47-38
Union High of Lake Butler. court but the buzzer rang before night to defeat fast and quick UHS up 3934. At :37 Daren going into the fourth perio BHS
Quickly taking the basketball out James Johnson got his long shot off. Hawthorne 4537. It was apparently Chandler fed Cooper for a layup and BHS 4 12 9 15 40 shot 62 per cent from the field and

of bounds Tiger Roscoe Simmons BHS got to the finals of the District working again with BHS. Union had BHS was back within three, 36-39. Union 8 16. ., 6. 9-39..., was 9 of 16 from the free throw line.
Bradford- enemy I. .ncl. 3.
threw it the length of the court. BHS 8-2A Tournament played in the Clay chances to win but passed up easy At ::20 guard Simon Mitchell stole Chandler' 4-... Cooper t-z-20, Mitchell 1-0-1. Chandler had 18 rebounds Cooper
guard Robert Bellamy hanging High gym in Green Cove Springs scoring chances and then failed to the ball and fed John David Frances T..I. -KO.. 15, and Brown 8. BHS had more success -
back to defend such a play, ran the Thursday-Saturday Feb 28 March make crucial free throws. for a layup, cutting the Union advantage Union M. Simmons. 0-0-0, Jackson 1-4-10 Simmons in the second half when Cooper
long pass down and stripped it from 2, by beating host Clay High 71-51 in to one, 3839. 104.3+3...., Johnson t-1-U Thomei lit. Toieii. got on the boards better and Clay
Union's leading scorer James the semi-final round. Union High BUS Fights Back... Tornado Francis fouled Tiger was not allowed a second shot.
Johnson. But Bellamy was called for beat Hawthorne 45-37 in the semifinal Herbie Cooper scored 11 of his 20 Timmy Jackson who missed the free BUS 71 Clay Hi 51 Clay played a zone defense but used
a foul. round. Top seeded BHS and second points in the fourth quarter as the throw but Herbie Cooper lost the Early baskets by Robert Bellamy a man, George Raines, to stick
Johnson with three seconds on the seeded UHS drew first round Tornado five fought for the basket basketball out the end of the court. Ron Brown Herbie Cooper, and with high-scoring Daren Chandler
clock, missed both pressurepackedfree byes. Hawthorne beat Interlachenand ball. Cooper cut the UHS lead to On the ensuing throw-in Francis Daren Chandler gave the Tornado whereever he went.
throws. One point would have Clay beat Keystone High in the seven 37-30 with 5:25: left. made his game-winning steal from five an early lead it never relinquished -

tied the gamel two would have won opening round Friday night. March BHS was scoreless for 3:45 until Roscoe Simmons. in beating tournament host BHS 16 14 17 24 71
the e. Cooper hit again with 1:40 left to cut Cooper's 20 points he was 9 for 9 Clay High 71-51 in Friday's semi Clay High 11 13 14 13 51
Union's Curtis Thomas fouled on the UHS lead to five 3732. With a from the field and 17 rebounds wer<\ final action. ... .
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the ensuing BHS throw-in, but it was BUS 40 Union 39 minute left Cooper rebounded an game high. Daren Chandler had only Chandler led with 20 points. Her l-o-l Chendler i-4-M, Cooper Frances. ,1-O-1-,.". Narman Mitchell -
only the fourth team foul on VHS It appeared the Tornado five was outside shot missed by Bellamy and 8 points and 12 rebounds, far below bie Cooper was right behind with 19. 1-1-4, H and BHS just got the ball outside sunk. Union High was ahead 37-28 put it back up and it to trim the UHS his usual total. Ron Brown scored 12 points in one of 21541.Clay. .
again. Chandler handed the basketball with six mintues to play. With 50 lead to three 3734. Union kept its offense spread out, his best performances of the season IIln".o-l.High-Oeitwyleri-Ms Jonklnt/ Fll/r, BryentM-l KAIntt 2.04.. Robin-Hue
inbounds to Mitchell standing seconds left UHS was still up 3934. Still, it was looking better all the and would collapse in on Chandler Robert Bellamy added 10, mostly ion ....1. ..letter"-1.1. Toteii, 13...".

I Starke Recreation Department .News II IIIf

Softball Time Again... Women's City League... you can't attend, call the Rec Department at 964-6792 for more information.
Last date for to enter Women's City League Softball Is March ,
I anyone
With the weather warming-up its getting time to start swinging those 13. .

bats and scooping grounders again. The Starke Recreation Departmenthas Anyone interested should call the Recreation Dept., 964-6792 before. .Aerobic Dance and Exercise.. .
a full season on tap for the younger set. March 15.Men's Time to get the old body back into shape with aerobic dance and exercise -

T-Ball for All... classes offered here in town at the Rec Department.
City League... Aerobic dance classes will begin March 11 and run for eight weeks at
T-Ball registration for youngsters 4-6 year olds begins March 3 and runs Last date for anyone to enter Men's City League softball is March 29. the Old Armory on North Temple Avenue. Registration fee is $3 for the
until May 17. Fee is $6 for the season to pay for the cap and T-shirt. March 28 at is 5:30 to 6
There will be another meeting for Men's League 7:30: p.m. course and meeting time : p.m., Monday, Wednesday and
child the Pratt Street Center from the
To sign your up go by 3-3 p.m. or at the old Thursday.
Old Armory on 301 from 8:30a.m.: until 5:50 p.m. armory. Exercise classes start the same date and also run for for eight weeks.

Umpire's clinic... The registration fee is $10 with meeting time 6 to 7 pm., Monday,
Small Fry and Juniors... '
Umpires for both baseball and softball will have clinic Monday. Wednesday, and Thursday.
Small Fry, ages 6-8 and Juniors ages 9-12, are forming teams as well.
March at 7:30 in the Street Center.
11, : Pratt
a11i p.m. jogging clinic...
is the cost of the and T-shirt.
Registration $6 covers cap All blue-shirts need attend to sharpen your skills for the
potential to
To register your ball-player, go by either .of the Rec Department's coming If you still want to to call but can't make the meeting,contact The Center for Health and Fitness is conducting a six-week Jogging
centers between the hours given. the Rec year.Department at 964-6792 for more informationPay clinic beginning Wednesday, March. 13, at the First Presbyterian. Church
Age determination dates June 10. 1985. A child's age at that time on East Call Street. .
determines what league he/she is placed<<: in. this year is $8.50 a game.Storekeeper's The clinic will focus on getting into Jogging safely along with how to improve -

stretching, nutrition
clinic. performance. injury
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Girl's Softball... prevention weight control, stress management and training techniques.
If want to keep books the there wW be a scorekeeper'iclinic
13-15 interested playing the Jr. Girl's Softball you at games the six-week class is$1$and to register call
Any girls, ages on sponsored by the Rec Department Thursday,March 14,at3:30p.m.in : Registration for center
team should meet March 12 at 3:30: p.m. at Pratt Street Ballfield. the Old Armory on 301. at 964-4210 or go by.

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for Hydrilla eradicationBy

Mark Frledlin
BCT Staff Writer
Legions of local freshwater bass fishermen have enjoyed stalking the y.
clear waters of Bradford County's Lake Sampson in the past year since a
unique new chemical treatment eradicated tons of the water plant rtt
hydrilla in a program sponsored by the Department of Natural A
ResourcesDNR) and the Suwannee River Water Management I l'

DistrictSRWMD! ). ti ...y '
The treatment, which involved a new chemical named "Sonar", has 4, r 4 4i
transformed what was a dying, clogged lake into one of the best fishing +
and boating bodies of water around. I' /
Encouraged by the success of the program, DNR Biologist Joe Hinkle :' i
and his staff, working wilh a crack team of airboat operators employedby t
the SRWMD, have tackled a new task,clearing adjoining Lake Rowell. ; f ,. a
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Lake Sampson a year ago, Lake Rowell is clogged with tons of the %
fast-growing aquatic weed, which has choked out natural plants in the -c- fi'
lake and is fouling engine props and boat ramps with hundreds off .t '
thousands of strands of the clinging green substance.
"It had taken over Lake Sampson pretty completely before we startedthe
treatment last year at this time," Biologist Hinkle commented. "We '
wanted to do Lake Rowell all along but we also wanted to make a com r
plete check of the effects of the chemical on the lake and other natural
plants. The program has been a success. We acheived about a 90 percent r
reduction of the Hydrilla and we're hoping for similar good results here at 1 4- Q *
Lake Rowell. r rn4dk.y { ,
The two lakes are connected by a canal, leading Hinkle and his staff to
assume that the hydrilla spread from Sampson into Rowell via that route. % ,,
"Hydrilla is tenacious. We think it first came into this area clinging to
boat props and boat trailers that were brought here from lakes in South
Florida, where the plant was originally introduced," Hinkle said. "It
spreads very quickly and because it's not native to these lakes, it chokesout
the natural plants and clogs and limits the areas fishermen can go in-
to with their boats.

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crack airboat team which has years of experience took over at Lake
Rowell after Hinkle and his men laid out string guidelines over approximately -
30 acres of the lake to ensure an even dispersion of the chemical. M'M 1 M1'IZ : ,
Airboat operators Sammy Poore and Ben Barber have been treating u ,f'n I ,j' 1 N
lakes for the SWRMD for some time now and last year earned an award
for as the most efficient team of its type employed by the state.
I Poore and Barber carefully eased their airboat, specially rigged with a
I tank for holding the chemical pellets and with dispersal pipes trailing
three feet below the water line into the canal between the two lakes and
revved up the 250 HP Lycoming airplane engine, sending the big wooden

.. prop waterway.spinning. alJtc creating: a,strong: draft of wind whistling' 'own the i

\ "We'll spread about 15 gallons on the 30 acres we'll be treating today,"
'_ Poore shouted above the roaring engine as he the controls to
'. maneuver the craft out of the boat ramp. He and Barr loaded boxes of
"Sonar", developed by the Lily Pharmacutical Coporation, into the boat,
then poured the chemical into the holding tank.
He and Poore would spend the next 5-6 hours guidingtheir craft carefully
over the surface of the lake, dispersing areas already
marked by Hinkle and his staff, who were using another boat. "If you V aiJ -
spread it too thinly you won't get the clearing done and if you use too i m
much some areas will be cleared while others will continue growing. It ,
can be a tricky process, especially at first, but if the area is laid out well,
we should be finished by early this afternoon," said Barber

Two Types Tested J,

Hinkle and his staff used two types of the same chemical on Lake Sampson u
last year, in both liquid and granular form, and tested the results of
both to determine which would be best suited for this area. The results it
from the liquid, which spread more evenly over the surface, were spec- kVJ
tacular at Lake Sampson, where vast areas of the lake are now clear
where there used to be huge blooming masses of hydrilla -, q 1 -
"We have been pleased with the results and we think the fishermen are
as well," Hinkle commented. "They can get closer to the shore, where the
fish are feeding, and the natural, native plants which were growing in r' l.
these waters are now returning. We hope for similar results here in Lake ,
Rowell. We are planning to do two treatments here, both covering about z .5.
30 acres. If the program continues to be a success-and we have every expectation
that it will be, the hydrilla problem should be pretty well taken ,,
care of here at these two lakes."
The chemical clears the lake of the Imported pest,which was originally "t
shipped here to decorate aquariums, but left native plants untouched a SCt M1w
feat of chemical engineering Hinkle attributes to properties of the r' *
chemical itself, and good timing.
"We pick a time to treat the lake when most of the native plants are in 1n
their dormant state, that is, they are not normally blooming in March
when we release the chemical," the biologist said. "Hydrilla, being an t
imported plant that really doesn't belong in these waters, grows on a
completely different cycle than do the native plants. This makes it easier ? r f
for us to specifically target the hydrilla and leave the native plants to
grow back and take its place."


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Clearing the Waters... *
Airboat operators Ben Barber: above picture) and his partner Sammy Poor(In the spread. .
front seat) were busy out at Bradford County's Lake Poore checks the diffusion plpesC lower right) which
Rowell Wednesday a* they took part In a unique program spread the chemical behind the airboat and the two
sponsored by the Department of Natural men load boxes of the substance Into the boat(lower
Resource and Suwaonee River Water Management left). '
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I BC Hospital Expansion Project Continuing 1. I'lJ".1'

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ByMarkFrledlin aesthetics the new buildings will br- completed their move to the new said "But that'; exciting.: It's the "
BCT Staff Writer ing to the area, the two new struc- building, normal operations will sound of progress toward a big Improvement -
The skyline next to Bradford tures will also feature a variety of begin and the renovation project will in the quality of health
Hospital Starke is rapidly) changing the latest energy monitoring proceed on the old building.The care for area residents." ,'
as four new stairwells tower systems including a computor- building will be completely Gulf Contracting International has Do You Hold A Mortgage? Ct
over the landscape as part of an directed environmental control redone to match the new buildingand assumed primary responsibility for
ongoing expansion project. center which will direct the flow of will also feature a complete set the remainder of the work on the if so I" .
Two separate, yet related expan- energy where it is needed in the of new equipment in the rooms of the new building including structural 1 ,' "1
sion projects are taking place at most efficient manner. old building as well. framework and the exterior con- You convert that mortgage
Bradford Hospital and at Whispering "We feel the ground trembling crete apron Including sidewalks and may .
Pines Care Center. The projectat "The new system will constantly sometimes," Administrator O'Steen loading docks., into cash dollars I ', ,

Whispering Pines now in Its se scan the building to see where elec- ---r- d _.____ J"w..J ,- by selling all or part. ?:, :
cond stage of progress with a new tricity is needed, and most importantly
building and a refurbishing Job on where it Is not required, ex- 1 Just Call I .' N '.
the old building Just completed, is plained Hospital Project Clerk of the '. J'
covered in another article in this Works John Mallory. "The com- Amelia Mortgage Corporation .. .
issue. putor will then automatically turn
off a piece of equipment lights ((904)) 398-8300 ': ';
At the hospital, the ground in the heating or cooling systems when ,
adjoining lot has been raised to the they're not needed to save energy." :1 :-iwv "i
level of the present hospital building : e Quick Courteous Service Call Collect .....\1
and a maze of drainage pipes and New technologies have made old 2005 Gibson Rd. Jax R 32207 ;. ::
electrical .,connections: have been building heating and cooling con- :
buried, beneath the surface in trols obsolete Mallory explained. H 41
"The old built in an EJ21of .. !
preparation for the new building.The \ building was '- \
era of cheap energy, and that really "14NOTICE
new wing Is now scheduled to makes a difference in the perfor- '
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be completed in December, 1985. mance of the two systems when you s :r:
Like, the project at WhisperingPines compare them on a cost by cost
the construction at the basis" Mallory said. "We estimate, .. ("I" .
hospital will move along in two and this has already been proven on 11 1 K Fra r." i
phases. The new building will be put other buildings that the system will Yi .
up first then the old building will be pay for itself within its first two ; .. ., '.
completely refurbished to match the years of operation. +, .
new one. 4)
Construction of the new hospital i B&M Starter & Generator Co. Inc. ':. r'
After working with the sounds of a building is having an impact here in
construction site next door during Starke in more ways than one.
the previous summer Hospital administration The first phase of the project Will not be undersold by: '
members are confidentthat which includes the new building, has .; :
the new projects will signal anew already created up to 35 new jobs for '
higher level of professional area residents while the second '
healthcare for area residents. phase which includes renovation of anyone on any automotive' :: :
the old building, will be more com-
"These two projects will give plicated and should involve even
residents in Bradford, Union and more jobs perhaps 50 jobs for people starter or alternator. Bring us.n;!}
Clay Counties health care on par from the surrounding area. ,
with some, of the most modern ..' '
facilities .anywhere for a com- Administrator O'Steen and his your best price and we J will'; :;
parable size community," com- staff will transfer their patients, I
mented Bradford Hospital Head Ad- their records, files and many piecesof I" ,II
ministrator C. E. "Rip" O'Steen. medical equipment into the new beat it. : tf t
"We have no doubts that as the addi- building late this summer, when the ;: : !
tion goes up and the renovation of first phase is scheduled for completion. -
the old building is completed that we O'Steen reports no problems ?
are entering a new era of health care coexisting with the massive con Satisfaction Guaranteed.. --: :::
here. Now that underground struction project going on right next ,
work has been completed, the really door and says his staff is looking .....". ','
exciting portion of the new projectwill forward to the move. -.- rli I
begin soon as workers begin put- Over 40,000 cubic yards of sand .. Corner of Washington & Cherry. Streets in Starke ,.f
ting up the actual frame of the have been brought in to raise the *.*
building. It's going to be an exciting level of the lot where the new Skyline... 964-5274 \
time for the staff and the patients New stairwells, loom above the construction site at Bradford Hospital. I.?
here at the hospital." After O'Stwn and his staff have .I" ,.
The new steel supported buildingwill building ai uv locate, lot ueu in ".I J'! .
feature a brick veneer' and over 1,600 truckloads which have I 1 I1I ...1.
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I' '. .Whispering Pines Care Center Moves into New Addition B 1

n.WbJapetlq Plow Care Center One resident, Alice DeSue. said patients.The like
la Stark fe really living up to its "This place in sure beautiful.*' The the lounge with the porch where they
name these days with ita new addi word beautiful takes on a slightly can sit to comfort and still see out-
:tions open\ to serve the elderly comB different meaning in this case since side." .
:a spirit of loving care that DeSue is blind. The decor Is Secretary Gayle Roberta says "I
> ,seea' in such a large beautiful but so Is the caring and love It, it's been a great ImRrove- c
as free. loving atmosphere. ment for everyone c: cemed./ .
Whispering Pines la upgrading ita Nurse's Assistant Marjorie Scanlon came to Whispering Pines "
care facUiUee all the way around Richardson has been at Whispering .4 years ago with plans to stay only.4
wUa 130 beda operating the newly Pines for four years,"I love it,"she months,but he was caught up in the .III-- .
renovated facility which furnishes said of the new facility,"It has made special atmosphere of the care .
apace to provide a wide range of ser everything much better for the center."The big thing noticed was ,ii\! r j ;
was to the patienta. Including a patientsand they are the most im the caring attitude of the community. .
,beauty parlor-barber' shop community portant." .You just don't see the community
rooms with piano, televisions LPN Lena O'Neal, who has also so involved and concerned with .: -
: and stereos where special ac- been with the care center for about other care centers like this.The people "_: : =:
'trvittes and church services are four years said, "It's just great]the In this community are so loving
held, a physical therapy room and 'halls are wide and you can see down and caring that I can't say enough Whispering Pines Turns New Face on the,World...
as well aa additional them easily. Before, they were so for them. They have been just
bas with private showers. and small it was-.. hard on' the staff and the beautiful for our patients." The Whispering Pines Care Center In Starke recently homelike atmosphere and the love and care provided
moved into the new addition that brings the center's by visitors, staff and the community are what make
Plans are being made for the construction ;,,- operational occupancy up to 120 beds. the care center breathtakingly beautiful for those who
of wheelchair gardens to The new facility is beautiful in mare than Just live there.
provide place for the patients to go jsesthetic value. According to staff and patients, the
days ahead.
a'WArperlnngg. inea' received thenecessary *
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licensing from the state -
:ea Feb. 32 and moved into the new'addition r P. ( Iorn'sMailet
on Feb.'3S. "The inspector i",
.was here the other day and said be :'- .
didn't believe his eyes," said Care U.S. 301 South 964-6071
Crater Director Pat Scanlon "He f
said thought it couldn't be done." I "The Country Store For More"
Whispering Pines received a' r\: JI;
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certification number at any time,
the care center must have this C'Quantity Reserved We
number In order -
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patient using medicare and \ 4r
medicaM Scanlon said he was informed
Tuesday that the numberwas
on Its way from Atlanta. bfl01FO0P111cEIJ
Whispering Pines will serve
medicare: medicaid and private ,
residents and hopes to be approved 9
la the near future for Veteran's Administration :
( (VA)patients.
The care center went from having Taking Care to Care...
a employees one year ago
present level of 78 employees chh The staff at the care center help patients as much as possible In is
Scanlon said 'should increase to many areas as possible. .
about 93 as soon as the new facility is Whether its buttoning buttons or helping patients write letters to family r..! I
In full operation hopefully by June. the staff visitors and community groups! are there to seMle.r I: + '. I
The care center also went from I i
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having an 'operating budget of tits tits au.atatsa. ssa rtttttttt.. 14.17 Lb. Avg. I Round

95M.OOO to $1.5 million per year, a '1\ I
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Although the many changes have : a. r IS
very practical advantages for the $ 1 9Q $1.69
staff,patients and the community,it S ID. (SLICED FREE) I
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been to keep about the a home-type facility and atmosphere so i Clean Up Site \ .:/ -1f) 1 $ $2.29 I $1.591b.

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Mrs. Emma Ervin Umberland, Pa., Joe W. Lloyd of Melrose, died Thursday, Feb. 28, in Church with Dr.James R.Neale,Jr. Lake. Butler Hospital and Hand Mary Mice; ',Arnold Larry'of' .
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma West Palm Beach; ten grand _his home following a sudden illness. officiating. Burial will be at a later Surgery. Clinic after an extended illness. Stone Lake of Butler Wildwood; three Nelson ions and Wade,

Ervin, of Lawtey, will be held Saturday children children. and three great grand Born in Mancelona, Mich.,. Mr. date Cemetery In Trinity,New Era Lutheran,Mich. Local Church arrangements Born in Nashville Ga., Mr. Stone Stone, both of. Lake City; two step--
March 9, 1985, at Mt. Zion Ford both of;
his early life.He norm, David and Dale
Rev. C. Funeral services were held at 2p.m. Longnecker moved to Melrose,from are under the direction moved to Florida In .
A.M.E.Nichols Church will officiate.Lawtey.Burial will Wednesday, March 6, in theDeWItt East Lansing, Mich., 24 yean ago. of Jones Funeral Home of Keystone lived In Lake City; was employed by .Florence.. Ala.. ;. and' : eight (. randchildren. -)
C. Jones Chapel with Rev. He was a retired associate professorof Heights. Aero Corp."for 15 yean and was a 'f',4 ','
follow in Peetsville Cemetery, Funeral service were held Monday -
member of the Church of God in
James T. Tompkins officiating. agronomy from Michigan State .
Lawtey, under the direction of Halle the chapel of'
Mar.4,at 3
Burial was at a later date in Santa University,where he was a memberof Mrs Ollie A. Parrish Lake City.Survivors. p.m. '
Starke. t.ake"BuUer
Funeral Home of Fe Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home the horticulture fraternity. After Mrs.OWe Andrews Parrish, 80,of include his wife, Mrs. Archer Funeral Home ; of
of Starke was in charge of ar moving to Florida Mr. Longnecker Lake Butler,died Friday, Feb.22, in Mary G. Stone of Lake Butler; his with Rev. Roscoe'Creed of-:
Card of ThanksWe rangements. bought 40 acres of land in east the Regency Oaks Care Center In mother, Mrs. Arthie Douglas of flclating. Burial wan.inMt. Zion
Alachua County that he developedinto Gainesville following an extended Lake Butler; one daughter Louise Cemetery under the direction of Archer ->
would like to our Mary T. A. OverholserMrs. a blueberry farm. He receivedan illness. Monrow of Lake City; one step- Funeral Home ot Lake Butler,,
sincere appreciation for the kind- Mary Theressa Armentrout award in 1981 from the Florida A lifelong resident of Union County .
ness shown to us during our time of Overholser, 80, of Hampton, died Blueberry Growers Association for Mrs. Parrish was the widow of
sorrow. Our thanks for all the Tuesday, Feb. 26, in WhisperingPines his contributions to the state the late Ansil Parrish and was a .
beautiful flowers, food, and prayers. Care Center, Starke, from blueberry Industry. During World member of the Primitive Baptist
We would especially like to thank the Alzheimer's Disease. War II,Mr.from took a leaveof faith. EYE EXAMINATIONS
Ladies of The Sampson City Churchof Born in Lima, Ohio, Mrs. absence post at MichiganState Survivors include two brothers ,I
God, Rev. and Mrs. Gene Bass, Overholser moved to Hampton from University and served as an Seward Andrews of Lake Butler andEdward
Rev. Dub Thornton and familyt Rensselaer Ind.; was a retired agricultural adviser to the Michigan Andrews of Greenville By Independent OphthalmologistsIN l I
North Florida Regional Hospital and nurse from the Starke County State Selective Service Board. He Fla.; two sisters,Viola Rizk of Mac-
Archie Tanner Funeral Home. Memorial Hospital, Knox, Ind. and also served in the Army during clenny and Lula Malatesta of
-the Children of Rebecca Nettles was a member of Madison Street World Wars I & II; was a former Snohomish, Wash.; several nieces OUR OFFICE .
Baptist Church. clerk for the American Associationof and nephews.Funeral .
Mrs. Overholser is survived by Retired Persons in Melrose and services were held at 3with
Marguerite K. Lloyd one daughter, Mrs. Jean Clark of was a member of the Melrose Faith p.m. Saturday,Feb.23,at gravesidein
Mrs. Marguerite Clyde Killian Hampton; one son, William Eugene Presbyterian Church. in Elzey Chapel Cemetery,
Lloyd 83, of Starke, died Sunday, "Bill' Overholser of Mooresville, Raymond Baer officiating. Archer
March 3, at Bradford Hospital, Inc. Ind.; one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin
following a long illness. Turner of Cincinnati, Ohio, and five Survivors include his wife Mrs' charge of arrangements. Call now for an appointment....
Born in Frederick, Maryland, grandchildren.Funeral Olive M. Anderson Longnecker of
Mrs. Lloyd moved to Starke from services were held at 10 Melrose'; two sons, Edward J.. William I. Stone The Eyeglass:.Store
Benton, Pa. 33 years ago. She was a a.m. Saturday,Mar.2, in the DeWittC. Longnecker of Keystone Heights and William Isaac Stone, 59, of Lake 954-B588
member of Grace United Methodist Jones Chapel with Rev. Eddie Elmer F. Longnecker of Houston, Butler, died Saturday, March 2, at
Church of Lawtey. Blalock officiating. Burial was in Texas; two daughters, Mrs. Neva
Survivors include her husband, Forest Meadows Memorial Park Canty of Flushing Mich. and Mrs.
Roy Edward Lloyd, Sr. of Lawtey; East, Gainesville, under the direction Judy Heuman of Cleveland Heights,
four daughters, Mrs. Shirley of Jones Funeral Home of Ohio; 17 grandchildren and one
Bartlow of Benton, Pa., Mrs. Millie Starke. great grandchild.
Hand of Lawtey, Mrs.Theresa Merrill Memorial funeral services will be The new owners of Lake Chevy-Q ds
of Starke, and Mrs. Ann Lloyd; Edward Longnecker held at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 10. In
two sons Roy E. Lloyd, Jr. of North Edward D. Longnecker, 90, of the Melrose Faith Presbyterian sez : All cars and trucks in stock I

I Seminar on Hands Set Saturday, March 9 Jo' now, have got to go. Over 100 units I

A "first of its buffet-style luncheon served.To at (904) 373-3130. Registration is are on the This means Big Savings -
hands will beheld at make reservations and find out either Friday, March 8, from 7 to 9 way. .
Hilton, Saturday, information, call Carrie Eddy p.m. or Saturday, 7:30 to 8 a.m.
a.m.Hand to Surgery 4:30 p.m. to YOU Come in and have a cup of coffee -

Butler Plastic Hospital Surgery and and meet Orian Wells and Charlie Schramm. .

Gainesville"Impairment, this vs Iym For Lease on U.S. 301 South We want to be your hometown car store. Quality

discuss- -how -the New Business Buildings sales, service and people. ,
fluences his or
rehabilitation.A "Near Western Steer Steakhouse" .>
physician, Rochefouc8u'a ";''"'.' ''' "t,'.,,?. ,'
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Accident on Sr-16... What can we find for you?

A''1984 Ford pickup truck pulling a horse trailer struck the rear of a Driver of the pickup, Eugene Underhill,was cited for careless driving.
Ford sedan which was attempting a left turn on SR-16 Sunday afternoon. According to the accident report there were possible Injuries to oc- Keystone Hgts. Starke
The 1981 Ford driven by Kevin Lee Cogdill,was westbound on SR-16 at cupants of the Cogdill vehicle Sherry Mattox, 14,and Shirley Mattox,36,
3:25: p.m.,-slowed for a left turn and was struck by the pickup truck which all of Starke. SB 21 N 473-3646 964 N. Temple 964.8286
was also westbound according to Corporal David Goodner .
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Marriages dissolved during the L 4
month of February in Bradford SENTRY'S 25th Anniversary
County include the following;
Bart Shepler &Patricia Shepler. about 60,000
In everyday speech MilCH BLICKIISIEI SllE
James Reddish & Ann Reddish. words are used.
Harry F. Jameson& Patricia A.
Jameson; Sl16! SENTRY
William F. Glenn & Gwendlyn E.
Glenn -
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II Union County Man Sentenced to,. Probation for Possession :.', ..',-' .. .:'. .... :' ,' ,..-I II

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I A Union County man was placedon July 24. Godwin,' owner of the properly buildings marijuana was found .radios police scanners andTother John J Crews ordered March 4 that because of the amount of property
30 months probation for a marijuana turned himself in the day which had been cleaned and placedin sophisticated radios capable of sending Godwin serve a probation term. Godwin agreed donate to the coun" .
seizure in Worthington Springs after the seizure.Authorities quart and half-gallon Mason Jars end receiving messages over Tobin said no fine was added ty.
July 25. confiscated live and stored in cardboard cases in long distances. There was a total of .
.i Walter E. Godwin, 48, was charged plants, packaged marijuana, which the jars were shipped, accor- 172 separate items, according to -
with possession, trafficking and cultivating equipment, electronic ding to Investigator Larry Cochran. Assistant State Attorney Harris -I 870 W. McMohon Str..t ,
I cultivating of marijuana after a equipment and off-shore boats and Also confiscated were a tractor, Tobin. IPJ (Next to Plzio Hut) :.
routine air surveillance by Alachua motors as well as$5,676 in cash.The mower and tiller used in the cultivation '964-7434 "
County spotted marijuana growing total value of the property seizedwas operation and electronic equipment Godwin pled guilty to a lesser in- sport feiHttr '1
in five different plots near the Santa $40,000.in worth at least $20,000, which cluded offense of possession of a controlled I ....'" IB-i M HSporting '
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40-year-old Graham man was A sophisticated watering system Jackets '15", Sweats 7" ';
water from the Santa Fe .
placed on four years probation pumped .
March 4 for growing. marijuana last River and a deep well on Hall's landto -- -- '
year. the crop, said Denton. About 750 :: :
William Arthur Hall was arrested feet of hose and PVC pipe were [ :
October 3 and charged with growing found, also a drying shed contained the latest ."
marijuana in the woods near his about 25 pounds of marijuana and casuals .
home off CR-18 near the Santa Fe more of the weed was found inside Wchd's-"Ihhtroducing" by : .:' '-
River in Bradford County Hall's house. :
; A 1979 Ford pickup was impounded : .
Five separate locations which hada by deputies, the truck's bed was ,".J .
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total of about 600 plants weighing fitted with watering tanks that were !
used to water the 101 E' CALL ST. ,;' .
150 pounds were spotted from an apparently crop. STARKE ;\. : '
airplane operated by Alachua Com The pickup truck belonged to ,. t r I ., ';
bined Narcotics Unit, who spottedthe Kevin Griffin who was later arrested "IfP"t
illegal farmcrop while checkingthe the truck is still impoundedby .8 KM- '
south side of the river, which Bradford County. : ,
serves as a boundary line betweenthe Circuit Judge John J Crews lIned 'rI) ,
two counties,' said InvestigatorDon Hall $1,500 and $589 attorney fee as the #1 outdoor sport In America! And what :
Denton. special conditions to his probation. -
better way to enjoy than to entertain from the deck of -"

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February' may be the shortest Quick Response Unit ErtaiVrit6td 1964
month on the calendar but for Bradford The Quick Response Unit respond. 1 *-i| STORE HOURS: IZ:8'SI ,
County Rescue it was the ed to 16 fire calls during the month of Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30 9:30-6:00 .
busiest ever.A total of 108 calls were February, said Chapman.
answered by the unit, according to 11 .
Director of Emergency Services Eight runs were to brush fires,one OUTBOARDS .
Cliff Chapman. This was the first was to a vehicle fire and two were to : '
month in the history of the unit to structure fires.Two calls were to in- THE BARGAIN CENTER '
reach the 100 mark: vestigate smoke-fumes, two calls 4031 NW 6th Street 373.7862 I
74 runs required the transporting were cancelled.to assit and one call was Store Hours Weekdays 8:00: to 6:00 Saturday 8:00: to 4:00: W
of 75 patients and 34 calls requiredno "Best Bargains In Town"Plumbing
transporting.The .
backup unit made 11 runs and
ShandsCair transported two patientsand :" '
Stat-Flight transported one pa :.
The majority of the people, 46,
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Ten .
were transported to Alachua Electrical .
General Hospital. three to Shands, Gainesville Hearing Aid is coming to STARKE '
two to Veterans and six to North
Florida Regional.Six were taken to .
RMC and one was taken to St. Vin- We will be Mitchell's Building Supplies ,'.
cent in Jacksonville. at Rexall Drug on, Call Street the ,

The;majority of the calls, 26,were 1..1 r'it:;;.. : .. :;;1.1. .
iJImfeufc related .aind-4tiiirtee .had fIRST .THURSDAY OF EVERY-.MONTH from, 9 a.nv.. until I iir i 'ra"u."J.j fr-l" .. hnl.
respiratory problems. 17 runs were
to cardiac patients (two in full arrest 1:30 p.m. to better serve our customers. .
), 13 runs were to people in Large Stocks of PVC and
trauma and one to trauma relating
'o an automobile accident. Gainesville Hearing Aid Center : .
',en calls were cancelled and two Wood Paneling at Unbelievable :
were,false alarms. 1003 NW 23rd Avenue ,
One run was to an obstetric patient Gainesville, FL 32609 .
and three calls were to drug over- Prices
dose victims. Five people were dead 376-0095
when the unit arrived.
Highway 301 South in Starke '

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The. scouts who participated
had to see what they could make out
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highest'award possible hi Cub Scouting, and was ac- ,to his friends who remain. behind In the Cub Scouts.LouAnn's .
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ScoutAwards. Azalea & Blueberry Farm I '
Take 100 South towards I Keystone, take right on BLITZC.'I'.R"/
f' 24th Street (Forsyth Road), follow signs

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Given 964.7109

j 6Urc 7 All Nature Sings of Jesus 85 Dodge Omni 85 D-50
The of Jesus Christ of Lat- DOc9

Starke ter Day-Saints was alive'Bessent.with excitementand Road in ANNOUNCING.... 4 Dr. Sedan, AT, Air, PS

expectation recently as the boys 5 yr. warranty, 50,000 miles Plus Sales Tax, Tag & Freight
in Cub Scout Pack 518 received their A. MONEIM RAMADAN MD
awards and said farewell one of Hand and Plastic
their pwaAwards.: $7950 J5g9J

... ...takes pleasure in announcing the arrival of his; 7
Those receiving awards were: associates Owen B.K. Osborne, MD and,Ian W. Rogers,
Mark King received his Wolf Badge, MD,with experience and interest in microsurgery, handl) ;
Ray NesSmith received his Wolf surgery, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive general I
Badge Wally Black received one
gold arrow point for his Wolf Badge, plastic surgery.
Ken Barber received one gold arrow i
poinCforfitolt; i Badge and also. Call ((901) 490-2323(; or ((904) 373-3130
received 1_speciaj#award,the Young
tional Sportsman: Rifle.Association Award," from the',.Na- .1| for appointments to see the doctorsat. 8.80/0 Financing Dy Chrysler

W<:,>elosMatt Barber was the man ... or...
of the hour as he was presented with Hand and Plastic Surgery Lake Butler Hospital Copr.
his Arrow of Light, Cub Scouting's Associates of Gainesville Hand Surgery Center

get highest I his) Arrow possible of award Light Matt In order had to to Gainesville, Florida Lake Butler, FloridaINSULATION SAVE 500 Rebate on Full Size Trucks

earn/his Naturalist Badge, Craft- ..,
sman Badge, Citizenship Badge, !"

Forester Badge, among Badge others.and Sportsman USED CARS USED CARS I
Due to a recent illness, Matt has
not bgen at the pack meetings so he ,
couldreceive, his previously earned 1982 Buick 1981 Pontiac 1982 Mercury
awards and was presented with His, SA VE THAT EN ERG YHOMECOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL Regal, 4 Dr., Sedan Bonneville, Loaded Zephry, 4 Dr.
p Badge and his Rifle Award
along.with the-Arrow of Light. $6695 $5695 $3800I
After Cubmaster Leslie Folsom
presorted Matt with the Arrow of ,
LighjH andBpy Scoutmaster Scout Patrol Lester Leader Harper Mike I (' + '" h! t r 1 mI2f1iE1 I H t il98hChevelte.: .. ." :1919. Chrysler. ,". .;1978 Ford ?
Barber welcomed Matt into Boy 2 DOOR CORDOVA, Loaded r.BIRD
Sco ,Troop 518. $1600
Matt id's I )he; son of Jean and r $1990 $250Q
Winston Barber of Starke.
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semi-tractor/trailer from the QUALITY INSTALLATION
toy things he was given. /b1- Fiee Ell tuJJa .....'.\ \\t 1982 Ford F-100 1977 Chevy 1976 Fold Truck 1982 Datsun
Each scout who paticipated was or Nl Pickup, 6 cyl. RUNS GOOD 6 Std. DIESEL
given,,an "Ingenius Box" full of I SAVE glir D ly; SAVE
964-6956 4 AM-FM 18,000
things like pieces of board, cardboard ON HEATING : 1 I ON COOLINGDEAN Speed $1250 '1200
;,construction paper,etc.Each I CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE 5200 4800
boy hd to construct something us- j1
ing the things in the box and the -
result were amazing.A '. L
tableau pf things: like buildings; TAXING TOTALS
giraf/e&.,dogs, doghouses and many Federal J.state and municipal! excise taxeson RIGHTS RESERVED
ri 'dethe decision
- others s judges' a
cigarettes during the last fiscal year were
very-difficult one. .
$7,833,142.971 or $3383 per man I
Z.'f'J' 'woman and child in the_United States. A. Beer Wine Mixers
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I Newsbriefs _ _ _ : .Mike's Auto Electric .

structure on Crosby Lake, one amobile Traffic Arrests'In Rodriquez alledgedly struck Norman I I -
Inmate Witt Dies home on Forsyth grade and BradfordCountyTraffic in the head with num chuks,the ,: ., Radiator Service
In Electric. Chair one a LT gas leak at LWCI. injury required treatment at Bradford I
Nine rescue assists were given in : arrests were few this past Hospital. Norman was arrestedat I'
Johnny Paul Witt convicted of February, these include calls to car- week in Bradford County according the hospital where he alledgedly 473-. 557

killing an In 11-year-old Florida's electric boy, was chair executed diac patients and sick people whose to local authorities. admitted pulling a tire iron on Rodri-. : Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights
condition could be extremely serious
yesterday March 6. and require the additional man- Michael Steven McCray, 24, of quez.Bond for the charge was set at$750 I Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters
Witt, under his second death warrant power on the scene, said Hardee. Gainesville was arrested March 1 for each individual they were both 8-5 Saturday 8.12
and co-defendant Gary'Tillman Monday. Friday
for driving while license suspended released on their own recognizance. r
were convicted of killing according to Trooper M.Abrams. ., ..,.. I(
Jonathan Mark Kushner in Tampa News of Record'In .
McCray was released on a $210 sure-
nearly 12 years ago. Tillman was
sentenced to life in prison after Union County ty bond.

pleading guilty and testifying Appearing in Union County Circuit Wesley Delane Willingham of LB Lake Butler Farm CenterHwy

against Witt.Prosecutors. Court for arraignment Monday, Melrose was arrested March 3 for
said Witt,then 30,and March 4, were the following defen-. driving under influence, driving 121 South Lake Butler 496-3921
his accomplice abducted, tied up dants.
while license suspended and
and and no tag, OPEN Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30 Sat. 7:30-12:00
gagged 11-year-old Kushner : :
according to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Fe
then droved him to a wooded David R. Bolt.. UCI Correctional Willingham was released after a
Hillsborough County area in 1973. Officer, was sentenced to, three S560 surety bond was posted. SPRING
The died in the trunk of the
boy car years for bribery and three years for
and both men 'then sexually unlawful compensation, the .
assaulted and mutilated the body. sentences are to run concurrently. Starke Man ArrestedFor
The U. S. Supreme Court, by a 5-3 Bott was found guilty by a jury Dec. DisturbanceA PIanflng rne
voter? cleared the way late Tuesday 17 of these two,charges. The same
for the execution. jury found Bott not-guilty of a third 26-year-old Starke man was arrested -

Florida has executed 12 convicted charge of conspiracy to assist in Gainesville March woman 2 after at a he restauranton struck a Rainbow 50 Lbs.
killers since 1979 under Gov. BobGraham's escape of two inmates. US-301 south.
5-10-15 BacctoPotling
signature., The governorhas
Kirk Travis Kelly was charged
signed 100 death warrants dur- Billy Atwood, charged with aggravated 11 1C
with criminal mischief and disorderly o Heavy Zinc
ing that time. battery, pled guilty to a Soil
lesser charge of aggravated assault intoxication, according to
and was sentenced to 12 months in Patrolman W. C. Reno. Kelly had a Fertilizeroo
Man Causes Accident county jail. Atwood will receive strong alcholic odor, according to
credit for 36 days already served. the police report. He struck the $295each
Arrested For DUIA '
woman and then the window in the
Starke man was arrested March A March 19th trial date has been front door of the Country Kitchen Ton
2 and charged with driving under in- set for Willie Lee Henderson, charged causing approximately $200 in
fluence after he caused an accident with aggravated assault and damages to window. 25 Ibs.
according, to Patrolman, Paui posession of a firearm by a con- Bond for the charge was set at 5V
Rhoden. victed felon. Jury selection for that $210, Kelly was released on his own Mole, Cricket Crimp Fruit
Luther Marvin Moody driving a trial. is scheduled for March 18. recognizance Metal 29 in.
1981 Ford, pickup truck, ran the red Starke ManViolates Bait Trees '
light at US-301 and CR-100 and collided Traffic Court RoofingWe
with a 1985 Dodge.Moody's blood ProbationA
alcohol content was .22 percent, according Stephen Reed Arnold, charged $ 16 95 $300'
to the arrest record. wtih wilful-wanton reckless driving, Starke man was arrested in Have
Damage to the Dodge driven by was placed on six months court Bradford County on a Putnam Coun-
supervised probation, must attend ty warrant Feb. 27 for violation of Lumber
Marilyn Holt of North Carolina,was Cypress
$4,000. Damage to the pickup was driving while intoxicated school, probation. 5,000 sq. ft. Pecan
$1,000. complete 50( hours community ser- William C. Loper, 37,, was on pro-
Rescue 60 responded to the acci- vice work and pay$100 plus$24 court bation for illegally taking fresh Weed & Feed Trees
water fish, according to
dent, according to Paramedic Paul costs. Deputy SEEDS .
West. Sammy Eunice. Bond was set at 4' to 5'

Moody was released under a $325 $100. __ $1695

surety bond.Starke. Army Deserter Two ArrestedFor All Types $700ea

Fire Dept. Arrested in StarkeA FightingTwo
We Have
Answers 27 CallsThe men were arrested Saturday
21-year-old Starke man has been
night after one was struck in the
Starke Fire arrested at his residence for deser- head in Bedding Plants
Department a fight which started at 'em
answered 27 calls during the monthof ting from the U. S. Army. Starke Lanes and continued in the
February, according Assistant Charles Roger Williams was arrested parking lot of the Pizza Hut. at a good price! ..
Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee. March 2 and charged with Eugene Franklin Norman, 22, of
Complete* line of lawn ft Garden upplfcM
11 ,.calls were to grass or brush desertion from Ft. Bragg, N. C., according Lawtey and Thomas Edward Rodri- Come ..u*for all of your farm supply rwd Whof/.Mi..or"etell-Deal. welcOme
fires two were vehicle fires and one to Investigator David quez, 21, of Keystone Heights were WI also carry .
call was a false alarm Aderholt. arrested March 2 and charged with Fertilizer. Field& Vegetable Seeds, Barn Po... Hardwire Chemicals, Hay, Twine Wotvtrwln Boot, Wrangler! Jeans, .
Three calls were to assist the Williams remains in the county aggravated battery, according to Mineral Feeders Water troughs, PVC Pipes, Feed, potting oils, cow manure dolomite, lawn a garden supplier fence
county (one was a fully involved jail under a hold for the Army. Patrolman Dwight Groves. charge,electric fence supplies Centlteed. A a whole lot more. .

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25 Water Front Lots Selling 80 Lots

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55 1-Acre to 4 Acre Lots .

1 Acre to 4 Acres ;"

10% of Your Bid at Sale

i Time Financed Balance By Will Be NOTICE Although information ha.Bradford One Lot Will Be Come and Eat Free

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I Bradford County Participates in state-dvideTornaclo DrillBradford .1

County participated Tornado WatchA first floor is safer than.the second or emergency refuge.Open windows to Lighting you see a thunderstorm with lighting
Tuesday. In the state-wide Tornado is third Hood.Outdoor. equalize pressure, but stay clear of approaching,, seek shelter Im-
Drill. tornado watch Issued by the any threat of flying glass. following saftey tips are provided mediately. If there is not enough
Governor Bob Graham National Weather Service when con- by the NWS.
proclaimed SafetyIf time, get off tractors' and other
March 3 through March Severe ditions which may produce tor- Don't use the telephone during the
In the In a machinery and crouch down or
nadoes you are caught open
Weather Awareness are expected develop. Mobile Homes storm.
Week In likea kneel on the ground
tornado try to find a depression away from
Don't take the
Florida. laundry off
ditch or culvert to hide in.Lie flat Any car or mobile home is a poor machinery and high structures. Do
The March 3 drill began at 10:35 Tornado WarningA make as small a target as possible.. place of safety in a storm of tornado clothesline. not hide under trees.Stay down until
a.m.,and the practice was In effect around dimensions. Mobile homes, par- Don't take a bath or shower during the storm
If can wrap a covering
tornado is
for 30 minutes warning someone the storm.
according to ticularly because of their size and
of Even
has sighted a tornado in the exposed portions your body. Don't stand out in the or workon
Emergency Services open
Director of foundations
small ground debris can 'cause permanent are Lighting is a killer, stay 'away
Chapman. area. ready for tornado winds. If top of high places during the from
serious injury when driven by targets a open doors and windows,
"The drill was necessary to test tornado-strength winds.Thunderstorm tornado threatens,abandon your car storm. stoves, metal pipes, sinks and plug-
communication' or mobile home to avoid Get out of the water and off small in
ourJ capabilities, Be sure you understand the difference being trap- boats. electrical applicances. If lighting
said Chapman. We are not totally between a tornado watch ped in your vehicle. Lie flat In a strikes near your house, electrical
uneffected by tornadoes. From 1959 and a tornado warning. A tornado ditch or ravine, or take shelter in a farmers following safety tip for current can be conducted by these,
to 1983 there were nine tornadoes in watch is Issued to give advance Alert reinforced building if one is nearby. is provided by the NWS. Tf things.r' : .
Bradford County. While there were notice that tornadoes may you occur in The season of peak tornado oc- _.. uu n..u-n....,..""'... "-" ..."" ..... --,
no deaths there were two Injuries as your locality.This gives you time to curence extends from March
a result of the tornadoes. Our Job is make preliminary plans for movingto through September. But tornadoescan
to make people aware of what to do a sate shelter quickly if a tornadois occur at any timeanywhere.Your .
and the difference between a tor- sighted. safety depends on your being
nado watch and a tornado warning," The tornado warning is an urgent constantly alert to the possibility of
said Chapman.Florida announcement that a tornado has their forming near you. A careful 8..80/0
has more tornadoes than been reported and warns you to take lookout should be kept during any .
any other state except Texas. Tor- immediate safety precautions. period of severe thunderstorm activity -
nadoes have killed 58 Floridians and When a tornado approaches, Immediate for the possible appearance of
caused around $300 million in action may save your life. If the typical funnel like shape.
damage during the same period you see or hear a tornado..take the Tempos Rangers _
from 197983. following safety measures..Seek inside Home SafetyIn
shelter immediately. Protect the home your best haven from
your head and eyes, lie flat and tornado winds is a basement below
make as small a target as possible.If ground level. If possible get under a 12.90/0 @
you have a portable radio,take it sturdy table or work bench. If no
with you. basement is avilable the National _
.4 In homes.. take cover in the Weather Service advises you to take
smallest room with stout walls, or cover in an Inside closet or lie flat F-150's
under heavy furniture or a tipped- under a table or bed. Some have
GIRL SCOUTS over upholstered couch or chair in found an empty bathrub with a mat-
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