Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Forecasters are giving a 20 percent chance of rain today (Thurs- SECTION At 14 Pogo* r
day, March 14)) or Friday. N.w.. . . . . Pago* 1.3
Otherwise, it's more of the same. Editorial'. . . . . Pago 4.
Extended outlook for the weekend is for partly cloudy skies but Social. . .. . . Pago* 5-f 't4''V
continued warm and dry, with maximum temperatures in the low Sport. . . . Pago* 1014Logal .
to mid-70s, lows in the 50s. Notlc... . ., . Pago 14.
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March, a month of extremes, has gone from a high of 91 degreesone Wont Ad. Pago*
day in 1967 to a 26-degree freeze another year. lJ X11' C 1 t)N L 32611

No freeze Is in sight now, however. But the precipitation front SECTION B: 12 Pago* S '

that has blanketed the East Coast from New England down throughthe flddl. Makor . . . .Pog.IS
Carolinas is moving southward, thus the local chance of rain. Ha.... Moth.r. . . Pago 4B gdW 'Ata Heaven ._
After a 600-acre first!: \that was stopped only by the Santa Ke River, Pro Wro.tllng. . . . .Pago 6ft s06t Tha Sweetest Stra ...a Side of
the Department of Forestry has stopped issuing fire permits until N.w. Srld..1. Pago* 8-10B'' Y LlBRAFtY

the dry ground gets some moisture. Dooth. . . . Pago 7.10B STORY34th loath Year STA..ii.FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
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New School Line-Up

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Choral Concert... Shows PromotionsFor

The choral groups of Bradford "
High School and Bradford Middle
School will be in concert tonight ,
(Thursday, March 14)) at 8 p.m. in
the BHS auditorium. HallDewey
Admission is $2 per person. McKinney,
Children under 12 admitted free.

McKinney will be the new
4 Transfers.
S.Fe Lake Marina...? assistant superintendent for support
4' r services and Charles Hall will In addition to the ones listed above
p.m. meeting is set tonight are:
(Thurs., March 14) in the cafeteriaof replace Bradford McKinney Middle School.as principal at Director of secondary curriculum
the Melrose Community School and instruction Charles E.
John Arthur Reddish, current :
by the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers
Francis, to director of student ser
Association dean of students at Bradford High,
to update members and
will take Hall's place as assistant
other interested persons on a proposed principal at BHS. That leaves the Director of elementary curriculum
development around the San-
and instruction, Lucille
dean of students position at BUS
ta Fe Pass on the south side of Santa for to into. Payne, to director curriculum andinstruction
open someone move
Fe Lake where Big and Little K-12.
Only other change proposed is a
Santa Fe Lakes join.
of federal
lateral move of vo-tech ad.Coordinator projects
An Alachua group is proposing a ministrator Charles Thomas from Myrna Lou Hurse, to coordinator of
dredge and fill operation for
instructional support.
60-unit marina, docks, and.... night principal to coordinator. Supt.
coordinator of special projects,
Jim Duncan explains the move will
make the position part of the system Carl: Clark, to coordinator of excep-

Open House... at the vo-tech center, instead of tional education.

An house is set from ", .sort of out there by itself."
open 2:30: to Continuing Assignments I .,
4:30: p.m. Sunday, March 24, at the Personnel fill the administrative
Principal, Lawtey Elementary,
of the Bradford-Union \ '
new building 1 : : line-up are on the agen- Robert (Buddy) Paterson III.

Guidance Clinic. ,- ____ da to be presented to the Bradford Principal, Southside Elem.,Jessie
State Sen. Bill Grant DMadisonwill
school board Monday night March Moore, Jr.Princial.
deliver the dedication addressat 18, at its 7 p.m. regular meeting. The Starke Elem., Wayne
2:45 p.m. The public is invited to line-up became public when the McLeod

tour the new facility located behindthe y '4rr.I agenda was published; Tuesday, Principal, Hampton Elem., Con

Bradford County Courthouse. March 12. nie Mack Clark.Principal .
Only other new appointment? is Brooker Elem.,
Chicken Dinner... 051/' that of Dr. Steve Miller! as coordinator William (Bill) McRae.

Eat fried chicken Sunday, March Sn r of data collection: and cornAssistant Principal, Bradford
17, and you can enjoy a meal and puter services, position upgraded High, Burney Winkler.
at the same time help the Starke from half time to full time. Assistant Principal, BMS,
Kiwanis Club fund its youth pro- z yk ,FRhw, r Richard (Rick) Ezzell.

jects. Assistant Principal, SE, Mary
Served from noon until 4 p.m. Open Positions... Anne Kyle.Assistant.

this Sunday in the Bradford High An open question is the prin- Principal, SS, Eugenia
cafeteria, the dinner will feature cipalship at Bradford High now held Whitehead.Director.
Gene Reese fried chicken, coleslaw down by former superintendent Tom of Business, Mike Red

rolls, butter, coffee, and tea. Casey dish.Director
Carryouts available. of Operations, Leonard
A donation of $3 per plate will, be Casey is expected to retire at the Register.'!: ,
asked."TiEketa may be purchasedfrom .end of tho school year. If that hap.'I'"I- '
any Kiwanian or at the pens Supt. Duncan will have to il'and
Chamber of Commerce. replacement. Community Educator, Millard
Duncan has a person in mind that Brown.he .
would like to bring in from outDirector of Vocational-Technical
Lawtey Clean-Up... side the school system for the key center, David Smith, Jr.
BHS principalship. Coordinator of Food Service,
A newly formed Children youth: group Ministries In addition, a position of dean of Dolores Morgan.
Come Together ,
students at the middle school has Coordinator of Community Educa-
has set this Saturday, March 16, to
om'i' be tion, Henry Greene.
clean-up the area around the been created and must filled.
And with John Arthur Reddish's
Lawtey garbage and trash dumping
promotion at BHS, his former poslMcKinney.
site.Group Gwendolyn Baker tion of dean of students must be fillAdministrator Dewey McKinney
ed. is a Bradford native with 17 years of
told the Board of Governors of the
experience in the local schoolThe
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com-
List... district.
the 10 came
merce youngsters up
with the idea as their first com- Supt. Duncan has realigned many McKinney is completing his 14th
munity project. Bradford Products... of the administrative job descripyear as a principal, including 6'/i
Plan is to be out at 7 a.m. and 2 Very Special tions, and the new job list has been years at the middle school, 4V4 at
work until about noon. 1984 Strawberry Queen Lad Ann Johns is holding cpa Lari Ann ate one bright red berry, and pronounced it approved by the school board. The (See LineUpP.2A)

Ms. Baker appeared at the strawberry plant in Billy Anders small patch on tasty. posts are:
be next week, and scrap-
of CR-16. Growers say thej'II picking
Chamber meeting the same day the CR-225 just west
ping this 'weekend.
governors adopted an objective to
help out with community projects.

Top Spellers to Vie....

The champion and runner-up It's Strawberry Time Again.
spelling bee: winners from each I
Bradford school school will go to
the district competition at the

Thursday School Board, March Office 21.at 10 a.m. next Bradford Growers Expect to Start Picking by the Middle of Next WeekWhen

County-wide spellers to be com thereisn't and local up. He is unable now to water his
Bradford strawberries plants due to the dry weather in recent But local afficondios still say The big shipping days
school with the .
peting are, by anything to with a strawberry auction are gone. strawberries.Plus
champ listed first: begin turning red you know Spring is weeks. The heavy fertilizationused Bradford County strawberry.compare Some big names are still growing there is a handful of smaller
will burn the strawberry plantsif
Starke Ele.: Charles Hutchesonand here. such as Billy Anders, an
in times. Biggest grower in the county is the berries, however. In addition to the growers
Sonja Norman. Growers say they'll begin scrapp-- they are not watered dry old Lawtey boy who has a small
to L.M. Norman family with close to 20( Normans there is Morris Carter Jr.
Southside Ele.: Steve McElroyand ing tomorrow (Friday, March 15) or The berries this week began acres of berries on their farm on with 8-10( acres. Planting fewer berries patch on his CR-225 home west of
Brian Hall. Saturday and expect to start pickingby look good after a near CR-225 just over a mile east of than usual are Leon Starling CR-16 and who sells to customers he
Ele. Kim Johnson and the middle of next week. recovery from the two hard freezes. has cultivated.
Lawtey : CR-16. The Normans plan to supply with about Vi-acres and Luther

Erin Wilkerson. Beautiful Bradford strawberries There probably isn't 100 acres of their berries in their three stores, Hilliard with 4 acres.
Hampton Ele.: Allison Archie Most used the now
in Gainesville, growers
should be plentiful by the time the strawberries in the county now,a far Norman's Country
and Danny Manz. loadedat Norman's Markets in Starke and Leon Starling has been having familiar Sequoias or Douglas plants.
Brooker Ele.: Shawn Bass and annual county fair rolls around April cry the from Lawtey the 44 strawberry freight cars wharf in Orange Park. Any excess will be trouble with his wells producing too There is the usual sprinkling of new
Jason Pardee. 913. little water and with blowing verities.
sold in
Bradford MS: Jared Metcalf Growers are having to water their one day in the mid-l940s.

and Kevin Krack.Strawberry.

PageantSet Largest: Forest Fire in 2 Decades Sweeps Rayonier Timber .

March 30...
around the and Gagnonwas this the fire might have continued
tained radio contact and directed line pasture point,
Eight local young ladies have The forest fire in Bradford low humidity created an explosive march
largest from the air.Five unable to stop the spread its westward endangering
entered the 1985 Strawberry Queen County in more than two'decades situation when sparks from a ground operations westward.The the hydrocarbons and
tractors continued to fight remnantsof
Beauty Pageant, sponsored by the 605 of pasture-burning operation on the old small of Brooker.
swept acres ITT-Raycnier the fire all day Friday. fire burned through a natural gas plant north
Starke Junior Woman's Club. timberland south of Sampson Lake Graves Dairy property south of SR and continued leaping
! Entries are Melissa Kelley, Tina March out 225 near Sampson City, spread the The fire started when Edward cypress pond Forest Service has
Thursday, 7, wiping 73 Gagnon, owner of the former Graves from tree top to tree top, startingnew The Florida
Gonzalez, Diana Crawford, Nanette acres of small pines planted in 1980 fire beyond control. obtained ForestService fires from wind-borne sparks stopped issuing burn permits of any
Conway, Tammy Morrow, Michelle and severely damaging larger trees Eight Forest Service tractors and Dairy property, burn a falling ahead of the main body. What kind in the three-county district of
Buckhalter, Tracie Clark, and four from Rayonier and Container permit to pasture on and Alachua Counties
planted in 197172. issued dur- seemed to be a losing fight to halt the Bradford, Union,
the site. Permits are not
Sherri Herndon. Corporation, were aided by the westward spread was finally won until there is substantial rain in
I The pageant is set March 30 at 8 Clinton Harris, Rayonier's local Quick Response unit from Bradford ing adverse weather conditions due to a natural firebreak formed by the area. A six-weeks drought has
f p.m. in the Bradford High School tract manager, said cost estimatesof Emergency Services and volunteer unless the applicant assures forestry meandering Sampson River and its brought less than half an inch of rain
( auditorium. the damage had not been com firemen from Hampton and personnel that he is adequately basin of hardwood trees and less in February and none so far in
'. Coordinator of the 1985 pleted, but would be a "very large"sum Heilbronn Springs in fighting the fire Unexpectedly fire under winds con flammable ground fire which help March. Even trash fires are not permitted .
Strawberry Pageant Is Ms. Vicki of money. from 11:30: a.m. until finally brought however trol. blew spar into high the bone-, cool the fire and made it con- during this critical period, a
Gaines. Wind gusts up to 25 mph, combined under control about 9 p.m. Thurs- cleared fire trollable. Had it jumped the river at Forest Service spokesman said.
Theme for the 1985 pageant is with tinder-dry vegetation, and day. Forest Service aircraft main- dry vegetation outside a
"Strawberries Around the World."

Upcoming Meetings... Cosmetology Instructor Resigns After Hearing Officer Presents Findingstion .

The Bradford school board will '
open bids Friday March 15, at 10 will be submitted to the, school their jobs for the better part of a Hutson case will be remanded to quired her case in the Bradford
vo-tech instructor district
a.m. on rebuilding Phase 1 of Brad- cosmotology day. another board, the Education Prac- would probably come to
ford High which burned. charged with falsifying school board at its 7 p.m. meeting. tices Commission, which has light, Supt. Duncan said.

The regular monthly meeting of records has resigned following a Case Goes to PPC... authority to revoke teaching cer-
officer's finding that her The ..
hearing action -
Bradford School Board is set tificates.
the Criminal
Charges Supt. Jim Duncan says his inter-
constituted ...misconduct and
Monday, March 18, at 7 in the On Monday, Supt. Duncan said a
p.m. in office." Dropped... pretation of the law leaves no option
immorality Problems Ends...
concluded -
hearing examiner's report
administrative offices on N. Tem- but for the case, including hearing
Starke. Main will Criminal charges filed against Hutson's resignation ends the that Hutson had been guilty of
ple Ave. in topic former Instructor officer's report, to be submitted to Mrs.
The resignation Hutson have been dropped.
be approval of Supt. Jim Duncan's the Professional Practices Commis- probleir for the Bradford school misconduct. The report stated,
administrative Betty Stevens Hutson, who no Assistant State Attorney Board. As long as her certificates is .evidence is clear and convincing'
persoMellineup. sion (PPC unit which determinesif
), a
longer lives in this area, was received Giant said since the school board is that
Starke commission will Mrs. Hutson could apply fora responsible that respondentSee .
The city Jim grounds exist for revoking teacher in force,
March mail It was
in the 11 by Supt. satisfied with the resignation,
meet Tuesday, March 19, at 7:30 Duncan and was effective March 6. not worth the cost of a day-long jury certicates. If such grounds are teaching job In another school ( Reslgn..Pg.lA)
p.m.third in Tuesday city hall session.for ita regular This Monday, March 18, the resigna- trial and keeping some 16 persons off determined to exist by the PPC, the district, but if references were re



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Page 2A TELEGRAPH March 1..1985 '

13 Earn, Semester A's at BHS ,r ;, r Q QI !

Thirteen etu4 frjti made the Tammy L..Thomason,daughter A-B Honor Koil... ii
Mr. and Mrs. R.F Thomason of ,
stralght-A roll forth I 1
Seniors Sarmad F. Abdulla
Brooker, excella In Algebra II. : ': I
period atMIS.Each : flme.elV.dfng Drama PhysicalEducathm Tracy L. Baez, Mark E. Barber, I
American History, ,
student is
and Latin I.Jason Patricia A. Barber, Brenda L. ::1
grade which is a Bawek, Roger Beard, Sarah E. I
letter grade. Present t i mdirlilCale I, .ti Benefield, Rebecca R. Crawford, ,

II'A JT"" ... ......b I :es9tmen' ., Christine P. Dickinson, Tony Diggs,. ,Y ,
QO ... M. Brawn 1Ot1.ifftt, Mr. and Courtney W. Dougherty, Jacquelyn + !
B85.95C75.84 Mrs. Marvin Brown; of j*St.Uke. Eaves, John David Francis, Marie 1SRn
Jason's subjects :'Algebra'11" Innocent, Karen M. Kimutis, 1#
D-70. 74 Drawing' & ,Painting Florida Rosaland A. Lennon, Wendy
A-Honor Roll students, by grade, History, Spanish I, Honors. English. McDougald Connie Moody. Donna'

are Seniors: : 9, and Chorus II. Moody, Kathy Morrow, James AT:
of Jennifer L. Brown, daughter of Muse, Tonia Parks, Valarie D. Ran:.
Stephanie Redding, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of
dolph, Curtis "Lex" Sanders, Rhon-
Jr. of
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Redding,
Theressa. Miss Redding is enrolledin Starke lists her subjects as: da L. Sapp,Sue E.Smith,Sabrina L.
II Algebra I,Physical Science,SpanishI Snell. Wendy A. Sullivan, Donald R.
D.C.T. I, Chemistry ,
Practical Business Skills Florida
Hall. Thornton, and Catherine N. Zam-
Psychology; Study History and Chorus II. bito. 1 }ili
Dawn Y. Scott, daughter of Mr. r A
Brown of and
Jody L. son Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmie Scott of.Lawtey.Dawn'l Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke, includes Juniors: Kelliene A. Baldwin,
subjects are Humanities, Life Management Skills,Per Pencie S. Blackburn, Marsenna L. I..
Chemistry II, Standard English 12, sonal Fitness, Florida History, Brantley, Amy Jo Carter, Tracie L.
Personal Typing, and S.E.S. Tutor Drawing & Painting, Spanish I, Clark, Amy L. Clark, Allison Den c 4 J,plkS C
ing. Honors English 9, and Chorus II as mark, Venus Marie Doughman,
Sophomores: his Freshman subjects. Terri L. Fender, Julie Ann Fowler,
Sherri C. Harrell, daughter of Mr. Todd M. Gillenwater, son of Mr. Sherri M.Gaskins,Erica Gruen Iris
and Mrs.. William Harrell of and Mrs. John Gillenwater of Hamilton, Lynn Holtzendorf,
Brooker. Sherri's subjects are Ad- Starke. Todd's subjects are: Gregory Jackson, John W. Jackson,
vanced American History, Advanced Algebra I, Florida History,Drawing Nancy Jakab, Alvin B. James, Clin-
Biology I, Algebra II,Spanish II, & Painting, Personal Fitness, Life ton B. Jenkins, Jennifer A. Johns, h-
and Drama. Management Skills Honors English Karen R. Martin, Sharon D. Martin, --
Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr.and 9, and Physical Science. Tonja S. McCloud, Theressa P. Mc-
Mrs. John Hsieh of Brooker. Penney Hsieh, daughter of Mr. Collum, Irving Meres, Russell E. These Students Know How to Keep'Their Grades Up...
Wendy's subjects are Beginning and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke listsas Nail,Donna J.Parado,Stacy Par-
Typing, Advanced American her subjects: Life Management rish, Marla R. Reddish, Rita T. The 13 who earned straight-A's at BUS for the entire Standing: Sherrle Harrell, Tammy Thomason Jen-
History, Algebra II, Latin I, and Skills, Personal Fitness, Florida Richardson, George Ricks, Deanna first semester are: nlfer Brown. Stacey Shuford Dawn Scott, and Jody
Shorthand. History, Drawing & Painting Tomlinson, Michelle A. Watkins, Kneeling (l-r): Lorena Miller. Penny Hsieh, Todd Brown.
Lorena R. Miller, daughter of Mr. Spanish I, Honors English 9, and and Cindy Winkler.Sophomores Gillenwaters Jason Brown.

and Mrs. James Miller of Brooker. Drama. : Stacey J. Bowen,

Lorena Anatomy lists& Physiology her subjects, Honor as: Richard L. Taylor, son of Mrs. Joel l S. Brewer, Deena -L: "Cox; Melissa K. Sullivan, and Gregory F. Boone, Dale D. Cassels, Jennifer L. R. Murphy, Jr., Stephanie O'Steen,
English II, Advanced Biology I, Carolyn Taylor and Bobby L. Suzanne Dyal, Angela M. Ford, Wiggins. Clark, Angela L. Cohens, Felicia M. Kenneth W. Owens, Merle Eric
Beginning Typing, and Study Hall. Taylor, both of Starke. Richard's Kimberly M. Gowen, Michael D. Davis Robert P. Fowler Sondra K. Packham, William "Chris" Powell,
Shuford daughter of Mr. subjects are: Life Management Gray Carolyn R. Hilliard, MelissaA. Green, Charles C. Hamilton, An- Chad Reddish, March P. Searcy,
and Stacey Mrs. James Shuford, of Lawtey, Skills. Personal Fitness, Drawing & Miller,Phillip R.Moore,DeborahA. drew L. Hampton, Mindy L. Hersey, David M. Thorpe,Robert H.Thorpe
Advanced Painting, Florida History Algebra Parrish, Audrey L. Pierce, Lisa Freshmen : Kimberly E. Matthew J. Hutcheson, Tommy L. Joy E. Vellenga, Cindy Ward
lists her subjects as: I, Honors English 9, and Physical M. Rix, Stephanie Sams, Shaun E. ,Adams Kimberly R. Austin, Jones, Richard D. Kimutis, EstherA. Teresa L. Wynn, and Pamela D.
American, Spanish History II, and,Annual Art II,Staff.AlgebraII Science. Schmidt. Maxine A. Starling, Michael E. Barber, Robert E. Martin, Deanna L. Miller, Gene Zurfluh.by .



( page I A) board meeting, which was made February 1984 by the school board board. Attorneys for the board and said the money should have been the adult students in the school
(Hutson) submitted a false perdiem: public March 12. following a trip to Tampa with a Mrs. Hutson have filed several noted in internal account records. van on the way to Tampa. Studentson
reimbursement request..this con The resignation, however, means group of adult vo-tech cosmotology reports back and forth working out Students also testified that the trip ranged from 18 to 40 yearsof
stitutes misconduct and immoralityin the end of the problem for the school students. Administrators filed complaints the conditions for the resignation, alcoholic beverages were consumed age.
office." board, Supt. Duncan points out. The4 that the instructor applied Supt. Duncan said.
board will not have to go through for four days of per diem for travel
Such a finding can be grounds for with firing Mrs. Hutson. which the trip lasted three days, At the Dec. hearing attorney -- -
termination and revocation of a allowed the adult students to drink Brown presented 'evidence in-
teaching certificate, says school Best Interest... alcoholic beverages on a school van, diucating Mrs. Hutson filed a travel WINTER THAW SPECIAL!!
and allowed the students to drive the voucher stating she returned home
board attorney Terence Brown. The resignation is in the best In-
terest of'the school board and Mrs. school van in her absence.In Feb. 14 when she actually returnedto STARKE & LAWTEY ONLY .
Department of Administration Hutson,said Mrs.Julie Miller,presi- October, 1984, with no date set Starke from Tampa on Feb. 13.
hearing examiner Ella Jane P. dent of the Braford Education for a hearing officer to hear the The extra day of per diem amountedto 1/2
Davis of Tallahassee recommendedthat Association the local teacher union."I case, the school board suspendedMrs. $50 added to her expense reimbursement Off Reg. Service Call
Hutson remain suspended approached the board twice requesting Hutson without pay. Financial Director Mike
.without pay for the rest of the 1984-85 that Mrs. Hutson's Reddish testified that correctionshad
school year.. Davis did not recom- resignation be accepted but the At the Hearing... been necessary for mistakes on Price Only 12.50
mend that Hutson be terminated.The board declinced," Mrs. Miller said. A two-day hearing for the suspended Hutson's travel vouchers on four
school board has the option of She first made the request three instructor concluded Dec. 11. previous trips in the past four years. Includes tightening all connections in your panel box
following the hearing examiner's months after Hutson's suspension.The The hearing officer's report; was Student testimony indicated Hut-
recommendation,which is also Supt.Duncan's Suspension... submitted to school officials and son kept no records of money paid to and checking your power load. ,..
recommendation in the Mrs. Hutson in February but has buy supplies used by students, such
agenda for the. March IB school Hutson was suspended with pay in been before the ,
never brought school as shampoo and hair spray. Reddish, "
n. 'a.: lUu. l:1u LUJ.v1'r; b 1h
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I Marshal Tommy: Raulerson Resigns Brooker PostIn ., i'

a surprise move, Marshal Tom- division road-work has not been Hamilton refused to appoint anyoneto Davis. C.J. Stalnaker was the win-
my Raulerson announced to the started. the un-expired term. Tentative ner of a two-candidate race against Pioneer Elect. Co.
Brooker Council that he was resigning Changed the meeting time to 8 date for the election has been set for George O. Pierce. ,
from his elected position becausehe p.m.,effective for the April meeting, May 14 with the new marshal taking 7823065SOMETHING
and his family had moved to because of Daylight Saving Time. office June 1.Raulerson. Fire Dept. News...
Ocala.. DST goes into effect the last Sunday indicated he would Volunteer Fire Chief Tony
In April. assist in making the transition as Stalnaker told the council that tune-
Raulerson has been marshal in Marshal to Leave... easy as possible with the new office- ups on the trucks had been finished
Brooker off and on for approxomate- holder. The long-time marshal was and parts for the floating pump were NEW
ly the last 10 years. A special elec- "I've enjoyed'the job," said out- praised by the council for the excellent now on order.According .
tion was finally agreed on by the going Marshal Raulerson, who has job he has done through the to the chief, D and W -
council after Mayor Blake Hamilton held the job for almost ten years."I years. Auto Repair in Starke had donated -
refused to appoint anyone to fill always have and always will repair of the exhaust system on one '
Raulerson's un-expired term. consid' Brooker as my hometown." Swearing in time... of the trucks. PowellJIJ
Following the resignation, the The winners in the last Brooker )
Edwards is Chairman... council debated at length the best election were sworn in Tuesday to Other business... .
The newly elected officals were course to follow in getting a new take their seats for the next two
sworn in with Commissioner Carl town marshal. years.Taking. City Attorney Roger Blinn informed ; Burgers
Edwards office after no oppositionwere the council he would continue his
being appointed council
chairman.In May 14 Vote Set... Clerk Linda Robinson, Mayor contract with the city for the same
other action, the council: It was decided to have a special Blake Hamilton, Councilman Carl rate as last year if they council
Learned that the Shady Oaks.sub- election when Mayor Blake Edwards and Councilwoman Sue agreed. His offer was accepted. 42C

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Best of the Bunch at Hampton Elementary.: I

These students made itralght-A's at Hampton Johnson and Melissa Kyle.
Elementary for' the third six. weeks grading period. (Back row, l-r) Angela Baker. C.K. Fuqua Danielle [Tune-Up 9.95
t;;, They are: Hersey. Ian Marney Pam McWilliams Jennifer Parts y ;
(Front row. I-r) Charlotte Smith. Tort leraey, April Darley Laurel Sanford and Christina Broome. L On Any Mower, Weedeater or Chain Saw ,
.Bcogglns, Charles Crawford Timmy May, Jenny :,

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(from page 1A> .-"My major goal, probably, will be pertence uTlhe district. used to getting In the Bradford County
Southside Elem. 2 at Brooker
to further enhance communication
For the three
past Hall .
Elem. and at Starke Ele. years as area. .
one between the administration and the been assistant principal at BHS. .

,':: math For one and year coached McKinney football taught and instructional. and noninstructionalstaffs. Prior to that he was principal at 'WE' GUARANTEE Lower Prices On Our Parts.Labor.& EquipmentWE ;
Lawtey for
Elementary four
years ....
baseball at BHS. and for two years
"I'm convinced that Bradford and was assistant principal at BHS
he served at as SS.physical- education instructor County has great talent in terms of for seven years prior to his LE ex- ,_. WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD _..,_.
fc.... : teachers and other personnel. I look perience..
"'1 have appreciated* all my years forward very much to working with Albert hOI 10 yeort experience I In small engine repair & outdoor power equipment with
as principal: McKinney says. "I'm all of them/ He"was county-wide art director Roller's,Manning Lawn Mower A Fence Co. 4 Stark. Power Equipment. '
,_ excited about the new
particularly one year, and for three
because it gives me an opportunity years taughtart ALBERT & SHZR8I BATTEN, and
position Hall... at the middle school l and was a owners operators .
to work with school
Ln the county. Charles Hall has 18 years ex department head. ,


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Bass i, Pardee Are Brooker Elementary Spelling Champions .

The classrooms in Brooker 27 spellers participated in the David Hall: David 6th grade, James Smith: James, 6th grade,
Elementary were so quiet you could school bee. They were: spelled paste before missing henna. spelled reply, ourselves, dangle
hear a pin drop, in spite of the fact Nancy Arnold: Nancy, 6th grade Kevin Hamilton: Kevin, 5th grade, stadium, knickers, and decision
that a large number of students were got into trouble early in the bee andwent spelled letter before missing before missing manually.
crowded together to witness Shawn out on the word another. nephew. Jason Smith: Jason, 5th grade
Bass win the school spelling bee,last +" Stevie Bailey: Stevie, 6th grade, Billy Johnson: Billy, 6th grade, spelled rabbit, wedge, and
Thursday.The Nt spelled camp and tempest before spelled spoke before missing screenplay before missing lethal.
air was thick with silent anticipation t t/ 1 y { II missing havoc. seminary.Josh Chris Snow: Chris, 5th grade,
J as the students listened to Billy Barnes: Billy, 6th grade, LewIs: Josh, 5th grade, spell spelled ground before missing door-
each carefully pronounced letter as missed the word apron. ed sometime before missing leaky. jamb.
I Shawn spelled a-d-o-r-n-nve-n-t and Shawn Bass: Shawn, 5th grade, Kesiah Manning: Kesiah, 6th Kevin Snow: Kevin, 6th grade,
t then d-e-t-a-c-h to earn the Brooker spelled enter, evenhanded, tan- grade, spelled crown and scramble was the second runner-up. He spell-
t Elementary spelling crown. talize, brilliant, tepid, gasped, before missing pinched. ed furniture, groundless, goalie,
1 Shawn and Jason Pardee, 1st runner F homebound and wander before spell- Jamee Miller: Jamee 6th grade, hyphen, facial and varsity before
I up, will represent Brooker at the ing adornment and detach to win the spelled dinner before missing missing pawned.
count spelling bee on Thursday, bee. rebellion. Karen Stokes: Karen, 6th grade,
21, at 10 a.m. in the county : Christina Bath: Christina, 6th Jason Pardee: Jason, 6th grade, spelled high before missing char
school board office. grade, spelled penthouse before spelled cheese, canal, achievement coal.
The winner of the county bee will 1'a. missing vulture. overcast blockade, sampler, andchrome Russell Thornton: Russell, 6th
go to the regional spelling bee and ... ..... David Booth: David, 5th grade, before missing adornmentin grade, spelled bowl before missing
from there have a chance to go all spelled rubber before missing inac the elimination round. maize.
the way to the national bee. f JBHW ir'd' \ v ./ curate. Larry Parrish: Larry, 5th grade, Dax Urrutia: Dax, 5th grade,
According to spelling bee rules, I' '.' I -'" Josh Crawford: Josh, 6th grade, spelled brother before missing missed quench.
when only two spellers are left, they I qTD.I" spelled forest before missing con- apricot. Chris Wentworth: Chris, 5th
must spell words until one misses. :JJ ference. John Polk: John, 5th grade, spelled grade, spelled market before missing -
The other speller must then spell the : Nicole Griffin: Nicole, 5th rade, upbeat and roseleaf before miss- barren.
missed word, plus one other word in Super Spellers at BES... spelled joyride before missing ing nugget. Judges for the bee were retired
order to win.Shawn molecule. Johnny Prescott: Johnny, 6th teacher and ex-principal Brooker
is the son of Robert and Shawn Bass (left) and Jason Pardee (right) will represent Brooker Steve Griffis: Steve, 5th grade, grade, spelled blueprint, keepsake, elementary V.R. Ferguson former
Karen Bass. Jason is the son of Mar- Elementary at the county spelling bee spelled because before missing fer effortless and carpentry before teacher Rosa Brown, and parent
shall and Pat Pardee. Shawn won the championship and Jason was 1st runner up. ny. missing plainspoken. volunteer Phyllis Corman.

I Archie, Manz Are Top Spellers at Hampton. ElementaryAllison .. I

Archie grinned widely as Thursday, March 21, at 10 a.m. in tempest before missing roseleaf. before missing doorjamb.Fred .
k-n-i-c-k-e-r-s slowly and the county school board office. Dana Hall: Dana,5th grade, spelled Peeples: Fred, 6th grade,
carefully to become the Hampton Misty Koehler will serve as alter mouse, forest and scramble r I spelled street, market and joyride
Elementary spelling champion. nate to the county bee since she was before going out on inaccurate. before missing seminary.
Danny Manz gave Allison a good the second runner-up. Joey Hall: Joey, 5th grade, spelled David Roberts: David 5th grade,
fight, but missed the word "carpentry Allison is the daughter of Mr. and think, rabbit, blueprint, wedge and spelled soap and sometime before
,"which Allison spelled correctly Mrs. Alan Archie. Danny is the son evenhanded before missing missing quench.
and then went on to spell "knickers'to of Johanna Manz and Misty is the molecule. Fletcher Rogers: Fletcher, 5th
win. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Var- Aimee Hodges: Aimee, 6th grade, grade, spelled hunt and letter before
According to spelling bee rules, num. spelled team before missing reply. missing enter.
when only two contestants are left, Misty Koehler: Misty, 7th grade, Henry Rhoden Henry, 6th grade,
they must each spell by turns until All the Hampton spellers did a spelled never, rubber, charcoal, bar- spelled warm, paste, upbeat, henna,
one misses. The other contestant lovely Job in the spelling bee and ren, keepsake and dangle before going canal and pinched before missing
must then spell the missed word correctly should be congratulated. They are: out on goalie. tantalize.
plus one other word in orderto Allison Archie: Allison, 7th grade, Christy Manning: Christy, 6th Cheryl Thomas: Cheryl, 7th
win. spelled game, because, dinner, grade, spelled high, camp and ferny grade, spelled garden, ground,
In the elimination round, Allison apricot, maize, vulture and havoc before mising conference. cheese, and leaky before missing
spelled effortless, lethal, brilliant before entering the elimination Danny Manz: Danny, 6th grade, rebellion.
and hyphen before spelling carpen- round against Danny. spelled short, spoke, penthouse, Judges for the Hampton bee were
try and knickers to win. Danny spelled Mark Crawford: Mark, 5th grade, ourselves, goundless, screenplay Hampton Spelling Champs... Principal C.M. Clark, 7th Grade
nugget, stadium and overcast spelled pony and brother before and achievement before entering the Teacher Sandy Sanders and 6th
before missing carpentry. missing furniture. elimination round against Allison. Allison Archie (left) and Danny Manz'(right) will represent Hampton Grade Teacher Karen Harlow. Pronouncing
Both Allison and Danny will com- Rhonell Estes: Rhonell, 7th grade, Angela Mitchell: Angela, 7th Elementary at the county bee. the words for the studentswas
pete in the county spelling bee on spelled crown, bowl, nephew and grade, spelled another and apron Allison won the championship and Danny was 1st runner-up. Librarian Kathryn Brooke.

I Metcalf and Krack Are Best Spellers at Middle .School I IA

television audience comprisedof Wanda Mueller: Wanda, grade 8, missing tepid. Jane Trawick, former BMS prin-
the entire student body of Brad- spelled because and camp before Annette Simmons: Annette, grade cipal and current school board
ford Middle School listened with rapt missing scramble. 7, spelled never, reply and blueprint transportation director Lennard
attention as Jared Metcalf spelled Tyrone Sanders: Tyrone, grade 7, before missing conference. Register, and BMS math teacher
v-i-c-a-r and a huge sigh of relief was spelled letter, bowl, nephew, Judges for the competition were: Gail Floyd. Promouncer was BMS
heard as he went on to spell a-I-i-b-i groundless and effortless before former BMS language arts teacher guidance counselor,Lew Welge. ,
and be BMS spelling champ '
after M24-round bee, the longest of A. J.pu4r,7t I Y> ,. ..r. ::It'dn t-1',to}1 er41 ayq. t- ,..,.".,:I.""r'9nt1A 9v91' "a '('Iff f''W IJ:#OIl'h,1 .s- "' lie I:1JD' hNYIM: hi (!.>i;<::10/1 ..141' w, N6t/'l:'o
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Kevin Krack and Jared battled it
out in the elimination round and both : 'Re ypl/ .' JEWELRY
will go to the county spelling bee in
the school board office at 10 a.m. on MANUFACTURER'S BUY-OUT SALE
Thursday, March 21. o I 4 4b
If either one is unable to attend the i i
county bee Lisa Kennedy, alternate,
will Jared com lithe son of Don and Chris f ( 1 I NaY FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!

Metcalf of Starke. Kevin is the son of
Michael and Niza Edkin of Starke. Jared Metcalf and Kevin Krack
Lisa is the daughter of Ruby Ken-
nedy of Starke.In in the BMS bee. They were: spelled brother, dinner, wedge .; < .' ;, ,, -
the elimination round, Jared Kevin Boone: Kevin, grade 6, vulture, lethal, facial, pawned, \\i ., .:i
spelled heartburn, parade, drawl, spelled ground, apron, leaky, keepsake kindergarten, jailbird, and i:_IS ; "W' Q; i
amicable, horrid, porpoise, flippancy nugget, blockade, and chrome cablegram before missing idly. I. _
nettlesome, and balconied before before missing accidental. Lisa Kennedy: Lisa, grade 8,
spelling both vicar and alibi to win. Karen Coleman: Karen, grade 6, spelled sometime, enter,-ourselves, GENT'S ft, DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY LADIES FASHIONS
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Florida Seceded front Union by 62-7 Vote at Convention Held in 1861 'I'IIn

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1M2, Arch Thomas, then Clerk of'the Iy, and with but one dissenting vote. On decision. His resolution laid pensive, productive land. From the mo-
Court of Bradford County,wrote to the late November 20, only two days after its in- on the table. was promptly ment Florida entered the Union as a state
MT. T. Cash, State Librarian and Florida troduction, the bill became law. It provided / In 1845, economic forces were at work to
historian, asking if an election was held for an election to be held on December "The resolution that finally passed readas pull it out again.

prior to the Civil War for the purpose of 22, 1860, to choose delegates to a state con- follows: There are many other Floridians, like
deciding whether or not Florida should vention to meet in Tallahassee on January "We, the people of the State of Governor Call, who believed the explosive
secede from the Union. 3, 1861. convention assembled, do :: iTH: issues of slavery and state's rights could

On October 22, 1M, Cash replied to the "Florida was taken out of the Union by. dain, publish and declare that the be settled without tearing the nation apart.
letter, saying "The answer Is 'no'. He 1 the members of the Convention, but not by Florida hereby withdraws herself A Southern Democrat, Andrew acbon.wal .
went on to explain Just bow Florida a vote of the people on the matter. One of Confederacy of States existing in the White House and iheila'vj
withdrew from the Union: the members of the Convention, a Leon name of the United States of states formed a powerful bloc in Congress
County delegate, made the propositionthat from the existing government of of abolitionist John
In the Brown'sInfamous
"On November 28. I860. a bill was Introduced the members vote on the question of States; and that all political
at Harper' Ferry, the
In the State Legislature providing secession and then submit their action to a between her and the
that a convention be called to consider Read.........,.... vote of the people of Florida; but would States ought to be, and the same secessionist tide flowed irresistibly in the
Florida's position in the Union. The ,lO1 ,..o1Mcao.r..ra..ry .'I 1 South.
delay this vote of the people until afterGeo..a totally annulled, and the said Governor at the time
Florida's Madison
.bill passed both bouses almost immediate- and Alabama had made their States dissolved, and the State of native of South
Jq Starke Perry, a Carolinaand
hereby declared a sovereign and later a resident of Alachua County,
dent and that all
; delivered a fighting message to the 1859

Opinion and Commentary create heretofore or recognize adopted,the in-so-far said Legislature tion from ,those calling whose for "eternal wickedness separa-and
rescinded and all laws and
fanaticism forbid us to live with
force in this State, in-so-far longer
I and
them In safety/
recognize or consent to said peace
they are hereby repealed." The aging Call pleaded In vain for
I Lose Funds
Counties Cities May moderation. "I should not despair of the
The vote on this resolution, "
glorious Union he thundered. "It Is the
to take Florida out of
pose was 01 "
government a great people. But his'
was 62 for and 7 against. At 22
Mile Contractors dividing"i vain.
Defense Splurge o'clock protests were in Governor Perry was'closer
past 12 p.m., January 10, to the public mood when he wrote to
president) of the convention
ordinance the Governor of his home state, South
adopted."So Carolina, "I am proud to say that Floridais
At a recent meeting of the National the $6 billion annually that the govern- you see," Mr. Cash wrote ready to wheel into line with the gallant

Association of County Commissioners, ment has been paying General people of the State, but delegates Call Palmetto State." He soon called for a con-

President Reagan was asked, "What Dynamics for years. We cannot help elected voted Florida out of of Florida who vention to consider secession, setting Jan.
about revenue sharing funds?" but wonder what Mr. Weinberger and There had been a previous [ from the Union 3. 1861 as the date.
his inspectors have been doing for the was not on the subject of secession The deed was done. And most Floridians
choosing to
His reply was, "There are no fundsto past five years when they were spen- decide on delegates the relation of celebrated as If great days lay ahead, instead
share. ding a trillion dollars, while swearing Union." question at that of four long years of deprivation and
death. Bands played, parades were form-
That's understandable.A to root out waste, fraud and abuse. Certainly, not all Floridians ed, and bonfires lighted.
State's withdrawal from the from the Secession
Mr. ,Weinberger must know that The feeble and grieving Richard Keith
later the
days came many of those opposing by Mr. Cash, in-
General Call in his final hours
nauseating disclosures of the "waste, Dynamics isn't the only abused and critlcized-even Governor Call prayed that "the
stars and will still "
defense giant raiding the Pentagon with physical harm-for their he cried out in a stripes wave over me.
fraud and
being perpetrated on
But it was not to be.He died before the end
the Defense Department by contrac- cookie jar. Boeing just tried to hit it up One of the strongest flow opened the the gates of of the war, but not too soon to see his

tors, such as General Dynamics, who for $127,000 in political donations and Richard Keith Call, a territorial to curses! "gates of hell" prediction come true.
Rockwell International sent in bills for who had been part of Florida you
are billing the government for kennel (This is the second of a series of articles
the time the American flag was for recrimination.
$3.9 million in public relations gim- that will be from time to time
fees for their pet dogs at swanky run during
over the peninsula until it came part of the South,
club member- micks. this 120th anniversary year of the end of
motels; $18,650 country 1861. But his was a voice from South the Civil War).
ships for their employees; a $4,000 trip Some Congressional skeptics are wilderness" of violent passions in search of inex .

to the Democratic convention in San unimpressed by Mr. Weinberger's sud-

Francisco; $1,324,000 for foreign air den reformation. The chairman of the

shows and sales offices; $35,875 for House Government Operations Com- Clay County's Choice of Camp Blanding Site

Washington lobbyists, $15.705 for golf mittee branded the Pentagon

shirts and caps for employees; and crackdown on defense contractors as I

$251,000 for public relations dinners, "paperwork, hogwash, and For Toxic Waste Storage Mystifies Military OfficialsAction

among other things.No cosmetics". But at least the Pentagon

expressed concern and paid lip serviceto
wonder Mr. Reagan says there reform. That is more than President by the Clay County Commission Gen. Ensslin said the administrator ty Public Safety Director Jim Corbin that
are "no funds to share with county, Reagan has done, while designating Camp Blanding as its choice replied that the commissioners had not another site just north of Blanding, be
city and state governments of the na ignoring Pen- for two sites for temporary storage of considered storing toxic waste at Blandingand selected for this purpose. This site is
tion. tagon waste and cutting everythingelse hazardous wastes before transferringthem that a public hearing would be held on within a triangle bounded by State Roads
across the board. Apparently he's out of Florida came like"a bolt from' the matter at the regular meeting on 21, 16, and 215. It was dropped when Clay
Currently, Bradford County is more concerned with "welfare the blue" to Adjutant Gen. Robert Ensslin February 26. Gen. Ensslin said that to his County Attorney Tom Edwards noted that
receiving $285,404 annually in revenue cheaters" than defense cheaters who and other Florida National Guard officials knowledge the February hearing was not about half of the area recommended by
sharing funds and the City of Starke deal who said they h4 held no discussions with held, and he had no further notice of the Corbin lies in Black Creek Park South, a
in billions.
.. matter. He out the State of Florida .
the board concerning the matter. pointed housing development.A
about $80,000, for a total of just over If Mr. Weinber er's crackdown on "It appears to me that the Board of has title to Camp Blanding property with a spectator at the meeting questionedthe
$365OOO---about what General defense chiselers serious he County Commissioners has no authority to provision that the property reverts to the board's authority to designate a loca-
Dynamics would bill the Pentagon fora is really designate toxic waste storage areas in U.S. Government if used for anything tion that had not been advertised. "The
year's supply of promotional should take stronger measures againstthe Camp Blanding", General Ensslin said other than military purposes. "I am surprised public has not had the opportunity for in-
"giveaways" such as 10,000 F-18 I tie offenders.{'If this is all there is,it's Wednesday atFlorida Military Head-' if that the ,commission would take putthe protestor said. T'-I-
not enough," warned Senator Prox- quarters in St. 'Augustine, following the such action without consulting us first,," he Commissioner James Jett, of Keystone
tats, gift hats, tie clips, golf shirts, mire. board's action Tuesday.The said, adding that he intended to discuss the'' Heights, said he would oppose any site
necklaces, 1,000 Barlow knives, and Adjutant General said the State matter with the Military Department's at- selection in his district without a public
$149,231 for the. Fort Worth Division's40th And now Mr. Reagan is literally "go- Quartermaster had written Clay County torney.At hearing. He suggested tabling the matter
Anniversary party. ing for the stars"-his space program Administrator Charles Rosebrough on its Tuesday meeting the board until the board's next meeting but the
that will cost $3.9 billion next and January 11, pointing out that the county's discussed the state-mandated designationof board voted 3-1 with Jett dissenting, to
Bradford County and the City of year, present landfill lease with the State Armory two five-acre sites, for temporary designate the area in Camp Blanding.
Starke could find a much better use for $30 billion over the next five years. The Board does not permit the disposition storage of hazardous wastes while Corbin had explained earlier that the
their share of this wasted money. A defense contractor biggies are already or storage of hazardous waste at awaiting transfer out of state,and decidedto board can always revise its decision later.
major portion of the county's annual lining up for "Star Wars" payoffs. Camp Blanding. reject a recommendation by Clay Coun-

share is applied to expenses at the "There are no funds to share," says .
salaries and deductions for Mr. Reagan-the is either
county jail: money going
social security and withholding taxes, down the drain or up to the stars. County Agent's Notebook by Bobby Extension L.Taylor -' I
County Agent
$115,250; operating expenses, $38,450;

capital outlay, $1,200; repair and

maintenance, $5,000; and reserve for Fire Situation Seeds or transplants? Which to use is a Gardening with Transplants are growing in-peatpelets, insert them
contingencies, $3,000. very important decision for those planning .. directly into the soil. Don't try to remove
funds Critical in CountyA to grow a spring vegetable garden. You transplants, you can minimize seeding the plants from the pellets. -
Other county revenue sharing can successfully produce vegetables with decay problems. Diseases are easier to The best time to transplant Is right aftera
are distributed as follows in the cur- either. But, seeds and transplants both control in a seed flat than in the garden. rain,when it's cloudy,or in the late after
rent budget: county insurance costly lesson was learned last have their advantages and disadvantages The main disadvantage in using noon. Handle plants gently, and don't
$38,000; county building repair and Thursday when a fire, started (with per- and you should consider all of these beforemaking transplants is that the cost would mount up press the soil too tightly around roots.
maintenance $10,000 equipment mit) to burn off pasture land near up your mind about which will be quickly if you bought seedlings for a large After setting each plant, carefully pour a
; county out of control and best for you. garden. Also, some_crops are hard to little water Into the hole to settle the soil.
Sampson City got
costing over $100-$10,000; in- This week I'll discuss the pros and cons Transplant successfully For example," Then cover the wet area with dry soil to
digent medical care and visits to doc- burned 600 acres of timberland belong- of starting vegetables with transplants, reduce evaporation.To .

tors offices, $6,000; computer costs, ing to ITTRayonier.A and will offer some tips to help you get beans, corn, cucumbers, and turnips do give transplants a quick start, applya
transplants off to a good start in better if they're started from seeds starter fertilizer solution. You can buy
interest your
(including )
$15,000; payments combination of factors on that day garden. planted in the garden.If these ready mixed, or make you own. For
on computers, $29,500; law library and made burning of any kind extremely One advantage transplants offer is an you're raising your own transplants, best results, mix one or two tablespoons of
materials, $2,000; reserve for con- dangerous, and except for a natural early start. They are grown in protectedseed they should be ready for the garden when a high phosphate fertilizer something likea
tingencies, $12,000.It firebreak provided by Sampson Rivera Hats, or seedbeds, allowing seeds to they're four to six weeks old. Those you 10-50-10 in a gallon of water. Or, you can
westwardwith germinate under the best possible condi buy usually are ready to set out Im- use an ordinary all-purpose fertilizer, likea
the fire could have pushed
would require a levy of over 1.5 mediately. If the seedlings are in in-
tions. Also, seeds in flats can be started 6-8-8 or 101010.Just pour about a pint of
mills in county taxes to make up this the help of wind gusts up to 25 milesan before the weather is really suitable for dividual containers, moisten the soil the mixture into each hole as you set the
loss in revenue sharing if Congress hour, and might have swept on planting directly in the garden.So whether before removing them. If the transplants plants. '

should go along with PresidentReagan's several more miles to endanger the you grow your own transplants, or buy
requested budget cuts. hydrocarbons and natural gas plant them at a garden center, you'll be several '
northwest of Brooker-the direction in weeks ahead of gardeners who start with Forestry: in Bradford Countyby
The City of Starke receives approx- seeds.
imately $80,000 in revenue sharing which it was headed. Using transplants allows you to choose David. Norton County Forester I

money annually, which is applied Besides the wind, two other factors only the best plants. If raising transplantsin
largely to expenses for garbage combined to create tinder box condi- more your plants own than seedbed you,really you'll need. So many, you Hold All Burning Until It Rains

department equipment, police depart- tions in the area. Extreme dryness, with may select the healthiest specimens, If .

ment, street work, recreation, and city only half an inch of rain during buying transplants at a garden center you Well, it happened last Thursday, March' dry up.The combination of these three fac-
hall equipment. It would require about February and so far in March, and low can pick the best from what's available. In 7. The extremely dry alloweo'a tors created a scary situation last Thursday -
either be sure to choose only the winds, and a little carelessness
two additional mills levied by the city humidity of around 30 sent fire blazing strongest plants for your garden.It's fire to burn over 600 acres of timberland and the shaking"wasn't over until 600
to make up this loss. through the tree-tops, causing new fires easier to start from transplants, here in Bradford County. acres of timber were burned.
to break out by "spotting", the droppingof especially if you need only a few. For a This fire should be a lesson to all of us
But President Reagan tells 'us, sparks and burning fragments to the window-box or container garden, or a With the dry conditions and no rain insight who need to be more concerned when we
"There are no funds to share", while far half mile ahead of the very small garden patch using for a few days, it Is now time for set fire near the woods. As dry as it has
ground as as a
never mentioning the Pentagon wasteof transplants is much more practical than everyone to show concern for the potential been and as it Is getting to be,even a small
billions annually that could be used main body of flame. starting from seeds. And, by using wildfire hazard. This hazard is growing by fire from a brush pile) can "spot" over 100
each passing day with no rain. feet from where it was burning. This
by cities, counties, and states for As a result of the dire consequences of makes all burning hazardous and that's
legitimate needs instead of going down this burning experience in time of Commodities Without giving specific details I want to the reason the Division of Forestry has

the Pentagon drain to pay for luxuries drought, windy March weather, and low Distribution explain the problem and how it occurs. It denied all. burning requests till further
all started with a harmless pasture burn-
notice. ,
conditions for the
illegally billed to the government by humidity-all Starts Thursday ing which was supposed to be stopped by a '
spread of fire-the Florida Forest Ser- If you need to report a wildfire, please
defense contractors.A few points that
cypress pond.There were a caD 964-5436 in Bradford
vice is denying all requests for burning Cheese, butter,flour, honey and rice will were not considered before lighting this County.,
be month the
distributed this through
few after
days Congress exposedthe permits of any kind until sufficient rain Suwannee Economic Council on the fire. HIGH WINDS and DRY, DEAD
General Dynamics scandal has fallen on the bone-dry woods and River GRASS are causes of many large fires, Code Enforcement
Secretary of Defense Weinberger said underbrush.All following Thursday schedule, March: 14-Old RJE school because once they get started they are Im- Board Meeting DelayedTo

he was appalled, and belatedly an- building, 10:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.for handicapped possible to catch. DRY WEATHER has April 4,
citizens also asked to report allowed even some of the wetter ponds tu; -
nounced that he was suspending $40 are and those over age 60. A meeting of the Code Enforcement
million of the company's payments.But any wildfires, as soon as observed, by Friday, March 1S-RJE, 9' a.m. to 1:30: Board, scheduled for March 7, has been

this is only a drop in the bucket of Calling 9645436. p.m.Monday delayed to Thursday, April 4,due to delay
March 18-Lawtey Recreation in legal proceedings to effect the clean-up

.. Center, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. of burned property on N. Church Street,
Tuesday March 19-Hampton City Hall, the former W.H. NoUman home..
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at 7, p.m.
Wednesday, March 20-Brooker City
Hall, 10 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. County Zoning Board -'
Wednesday, March 20-Speedville, Plea- ,
sant Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m.to 1:30: Gets New MemberMark

ttscnoar W ,ry p.m.All clients must bring USDA' CommodityCard Alfred. Lord Tennyson Hardenbrook has been appointed'

Ballot made of broken pottery war used by the'citizens of ancient Athens to get rid along with identification in order to, poem wrote when a 6,000 he was word twelve epic which as a member also of the County Zoning Board, .
boxes bagsto serves as the Board :
receive commodities. Bring or ofAdJu -
of unpopular politician. Whenever 6000 or more were cast the official was sent into years old. ment. '
exile for ten years. carry commodities. 4It'

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Susan Goins and Phillip i Vows
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Susan Rose Padgett Coins, cousin of the groom, Wally ried a bouquet of daisies with door and Janice Hamner, niece of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt C. Cavanaugh brother-in-law of the touches of baby's breath and silk the bride, kept the bride's book.
Padgett,Sr. of Starke and Phillip L. groom and DeWitt Padgett, Jr., lavender streamers. Sally Coins, The bride's table was covered witha
(Foots Prevatt,eon of Mr and Mrs. brother of the bride. youngest daughter of the bride, was white lace cloth. At one end of the
Rowell Prevatt of Lawtey, were Mrs. Paul (Vera) Hamner attended flower girl and wore a dress and table was a three-tiered wedding v
united in marriage Saturday March her sister as matron of honor.She headrest similar to the attendants. cake topped with a bride and groom. '
9 Clod at 7 p.m. in the Lawtey Church of wore a pastel pink street length The bride, given in marriage by Betty Cavanaugh sister of the 1
with Rev. Hoke S. O'Berry per- dress with short sleeves and a band her father, wore a tea rose pink groom, cut the cake, and Jennifer ., IiI
forming the nuotials. of pink ribbon and white lace in her street length dress witH snort Hoffman, sister of the bride, presided .
Highlighting the altar were two hair. She carried a bouquet of sleeves and matching lace on the at the punch bowl at the other end :M
baskets of white daisies against a daisies with touches of baby's breath bodice and collar. She wore baby's of the table. April Dixon,niece of the .
background of branched candelabrawith and lavender statice with white silk breath In her hair and carried a bou bride, assisted in serving.
white tapers. The family pews streamers. The bride's eldest quet of white daisies interspersedwith Following a wedding r rx o
were marked with white daisies. daughter, Rosa Goins, served as baby's breath and lavender Disney World and EPCOT the couple
DeWayne Archer of Lake BuDer, Junior attendant. She wore a lavender statice with white silk streamers. will reside at the bride's home on a
pianist and soloist, presented a program ,rose,pink and white print street A reception was held in the church Griffis Loop. # 'td%r, r ailsr a
of nuptial music. length dress with long sleeves with reception hall where baskets of The bride is employed at Bradford yX
Pat Southerland, cousin of the ruffles on the sleeves and two rows white daisies were placed at pointsof County Telegraph. The groom is a i yI(
groom, attended as best man. of ruffles on the skirt. She also wore interest.Jean Wilkerson, sister of log truck driver for Parrish
yshers were Mike Southerland. baby's breath in her hair and car .the groom, greeted guests at the Pulpwood, out of Maxville.

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Tracie Clark Diana Crawford the Gladys Mooty

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Eight young ladies have entered at Williams Jewelry at Brad -Nanette Conway,daughter of Mr. -Diana Leigh Crawford, daughterof 964-7608
the Upcoming 23rd annual ford Square, Mitchells Drug, and and Mrs.Edwin Conway of Starke.A Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford of .
Strawberry Beauty Pageant set Denmark Furniture. Advance Junior at Bradford High where she is Starke. Miss Crawford,is 5-9 with
March 30 in the Bradford High tickets will be $2.50 for adults and vice-president of the Junior FFA brown hair and brown eyes. She is a NewsClub
auditorium.The $1.50 for children.At the door tickets Chapter Miss Conway, 16, is 5-5 with part-time student at Santa Fe Com-
will be $3 and $2. brown hair and brownishgreeneyes. munity College and was in the top
eight contestants are Melissa The contestants will be given a Her sponsor is The Western five of the 1983 Strawberry Queen
Crawford Tina Gonzalez, Diana modeling demonstration this Sun- Steer. Pageant. Her sponsor is Florida News Weddings
Nanette Conway, Tammy day, March 17, at the Starke Tracie LeAnn Clark, daughter of Federal.
Morrow Michelle Burkhalter, Woman's Club. The contest is spon Mr.and Mrs.Ted R.Clark of Starke. NoticesChurch Receptions
Tracie clark, and Sherri Herndon. sored by the Junior Woman's Club of Miss Clark, 16,is 5-5 with brown hair Items arties
Winner of the contest will reign Starke. Ms. Vicki Gaines is coor- and blue eyes. She is a BHS -Sherry Michelle Herndon,
over the upcoming April 9- 13 Brad- dinating the pageant this year. cheerleader and is vice-president of daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Tom Hern
ford County Fair and be the official Four of the entrants will be profiled the Junior Class, a member of the don of Lawtey. Miss Herndon 16, is -
goodwill ambassador of Bradford in this issue of The Telegraph,the Key Club, Juniorettes, and Spanish 5-9 with brown hair and eyes.
County for a year. other four in a coming issue. The Honor Society. She is sponsored by She is a BHS cheerleader. Her sponsor

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lace basket with of The registration table was School in Orlando. The groom School. Beach, Hawaii, the couple is
an arrangement
pink and lilac sUk flowers with a overlayed with a handmade graduated from Bradford High After a wedding trip to Waikiki residing in Gainesville.

matching satin bow made by the crocheted cloth made by the -- _.
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.ii and mother, the bride wore her The bride's table had an overlay of MAKE THATSOMETHING
r mother's gown of chiffon over satin. a white lace cloth centered with a
The sweetheart neckline had an illusion tiered cake decorated with lavendar
A yoke, trimmed in lace and se and pink roses and topped with a
quins. It had a basque waist and long bride and groom.Two side matching
sheer sleeves forming lily points at .cakes topped with doves, had stair SPECIAL DAy.
Y her wrists. Her full hoop skirt ways connecting to the center cake EOlI .
featured a front middle panel of with groom's attendants on one
chantilly lace tiers cascading to stairway and bridesmaids dressedin
hemline. The back of the dress form- lilac on the other.The bride's cake
ed chapel train. Her sheer illusion was cut and served by Wanda Teets TO REMEMBERLet

veil was attached to a Juliet cap of and Carmen Lovings. Ruby Frank
schiffle lace. She carried a bouquetof cut and served the groom's cake
pink roses and baby's breath. which was decorated with a Florida
9 Mrs. Stanley Green of Brooker Gator.

..tMr directed the wedding.A Barbara McNutt served punch. us assist you with your. .. _
and Mrs. Bradlee Cox reception was held in the church Christine Cox was in charge of the ..
fellowship hall. Shirley Green, the reception.The .
Cheryl Darlene Henderson groom's aunt, kept the bride's book. bride graduated from Evans
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ConradHenderson
Sr. of Orlando and
Bradlee Earl Cox, son of Mr. and Upcoming Dot es ..
Mrs. Tommy E. Cox of Brooker, NapkinsBride's R. .
were united in marriage Saturday,
Feb. 16, in Laurel Hill Baptist Eastern Star Hospital Auxiliary i ;

Church with Rev. James B. Henry Supper March 16 To Meet March 18 '

officiating.The enhanced Starke Chapter, 224, Order of the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will Book ., Jr D
altar was by an ar
Eastern Star, will have a covered have
a dinner-meeting Monday
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dish March 18 at
Saturday ,
supper, March 18 at 6:30: p.m. in the Western x
and pink roses against a 7 in the Masonic Hall. ,
p.m. Steer Steakhouse.A s .
of Boston ferns and
background Garters
All Masons and their families are representative from the Santa .
groups of peace plants and invited to attend. ; J
miniature palms.Presenting Fe Healthcare System will be the t o a

a program of nuptial Retired Teachers speaker. '

from music Winter were Nydia Garden Henry, Ann,Jernigan organist Meeting March 21 Women of St. MarksTo Place Cards

soloist, and Paul Hunt, guitarist andsoloist Bradford-Union Retired Teachers Meet March 20

both of Orlando. Association will meet Thursday, The Women of St. Mark's &MatsChampagne o
Tommy Cox attended his son as March 21 at 10:30 a.m. in the Episcopal Church will meet Wednesday
best man. Ushers were Don and Fellowship Hall of the First United gy
morning,March 20,at 11 a.m. in
Doug Green, cousins of the groom Methodist Church, Starke. the Parrish House.AffonJableWeddJngBands.
from Brooker. Dan Robertson of There will be a program of art and II!!
I .,Jacksonville and Gary, Darrell,and music. --
Michael Henderson, brothers of the i 1 I Glasses :
bride, and ring bearer, Conrad IllJ
Henderson, Jr., also brother of the
bride. He carried a heartshapedlaceoversatin
pillow made by the Cake Knives .

groom's mother.
-Teresa Kennedy of Jacksonville
attended the bride as matron-of
honor. Bridesmaids were Valerie In our exquisite Endless Love Ring Gearer'sPillo
and Dawn Henderson sisters of the collection,you'll find the wedding
bride, Deena Cox sister of the band that say"I do"in just the \
groom from Brootcer: and Diane right way. / r
Thacker of Orlando. Choose......dozens of elegant Q
They were attired in floor length, tyles,beautifully crafted in I4lct and
lilac satin gowns with full hoop lOtct. gold.All fineit quality :: :
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shoulder, forming the first of three '. See our Q\ I
tiers of ruffles on the short sleeves. stunning
The matron of honor's dress was .. sclcclion \ 1'
identical in style,but was pink.They today. .
carried white lace fans with roses, i "
baby breath and tephanotia of pink hkgiunM'19.00 DFFICE
and lilac. They wore a sprig of tir'
stephanotis and baby's breath In Ash w tea wr J SHOP
their hair.Therese. CU I
Rossettl of York, Pa., 'J.uyaama cousin on the bride, was flower girl. _o rw ." 110 W.Call 1 St. I !
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Forty-two? Dealers! to Display Arts and CraftsAt

The Antique & Collectible Show March 2124The

Antique and Collectible Show birds" a first chance at the exhibits. just like to see "what Granma hadl" The"Strawberry Boutique"which
and Sale,to be held from March 21 to Tickets for the Preview are $3.00 at Tickets for the Show and Sale, will feature craft 'items made by
24, at the Bradford County the door.It which officially opens on Friday, Club members, will offer chances on
1 Fairgrounds sponsored by the would appear that no matter March 22, at 10 a.m.,are $1.00 In ad- a "Cabbage Patch" doll, which will
w \ Woman's Club of Starke, will surely what you might be searching for, an vance, and $1.50 at the door, entitle be awarded Sunday as well.
delight serious collectors as well as example will be on display at the you to much more than merely admittance
casual shoppers with the of Show and Sale. To mention a few- to the buildings. There will The Show and Sale, which will be
; i items to be offered for sale.array books, plates and sterling'silver, be daily door prizes of silver,such as open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Fri.
depression glass, clocks, kitchen a tray, a coffee carafe, a water pit. day,and Saturday,March 22 and 23;
b Forty-two dealers from as far ware, primitives! costume Jewelry, cher, and Sunday's grand prize of a and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday,
away as Pennsylvania will be ready Heisey and Cambridge glass, dolls: five-piece coffee service I In addition March 24 is the major fund-raiser
when the doors open at 7 p.m. Ort carnival glass, quilts, old laces andlInenl there will be a drawing on Sun for the civic[ educational and improvement -
Thursday,March 21 for the Preview pictures, furniture, and day, March 24, for a door prize,of endeavors of the
Reception and Sale. The Preview a specialty items will all be awaiting $100. You do not have to be presentto Woman's Club of Starke.
1983 innovation, will give "early prospective buyers, and those who win any of the daily door prizes. See you there!

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Items of I Interest

Sherra Deann Mott, I

Open House Honors William
Yard Sale for
Easter Seals Engaged CoupleMiss Homecoming Queen
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,. > Donna Samons and David
HANDY WAY in Lawtey is having a
yard sale March 15-16 all day) for Tew, whose marriage will be an Sherra Deann Mott, a senior
Easter Seals Charity. event of April 13, were honored at music therapy major at William
1 Please come out and support this "open house" Saturday night, given Carey College in Hattiesburg, Miss.,
event for a good cause. by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Mr. was named homecoming queen at
and Mrs. Tommy Blackshear, Mr. the college's recent homecoming.Miss .
1e and Mrs. Irving Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Mott, daughter of Mr. and
Family Day SundaySt. Mike Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Kenneth Mott of Starke, was
Jht Johns Missionary Baptist will Prevatt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Prevatt. escorted by Steven Sexton of "- I
be observing Family and Friends III, Ms. Elaine Wood and Panama City in the homecoming activities iNita
Day Sunday, March 24. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan, at the March 1 and 2. The I
All friends and relatives are asked home of the latter in Connerly homecoming court was presented I -:<...
to worship together. Estates.Mr. during halftime of the Carey-
There will be a Ministers and and Mrs. Duncan greeted the basketball game Friday, Faith Green
Deacons guests at the door and presentedthem March and Donald Warren Jones
Union meeting March 29 1, and was Introduced to
30, 31 at Evanston, Fla. to the receiving line,composedof alumni Saturday, March 2. Green and JonesEngagement
Rev.J.D. Mosley,Pastor the honored couple and David'sparents Miss Mott serves as vice presidentof
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tew. Omicron Delta Kappa and Told
The refreshment table in the din-
of the College
secretary Carey
Patricia Green of Raiford
ing room was covered with an em-
Chorale. She is officer of
1970 R.J.E. Class ReunionThe a past the and
approaching -
broidered beige cloth and centered
Delta Omicron and the Baptist Stu-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith Jr. 1970 Class of R.J.E. will meet with an arrangement of roses. dent Union and is a member of thejuniorsenior marriage of her
Sunday, March 24, at 5 p.m. The Another refreshment table in the honors and daughter, Nita Faith, to Donald
Marla Darley and Richard SmithJr. purpose of this meeting will be to game room was covered with an Ar- the Music Therapy Club.program She was Warren Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs.
make plans for the 15-year reunion. my/Navy cloth and held a punch named to Outstanding Young William K. Jones of Raiford.
This meeting will be held at the bowl and hors d'oeuvers.The Women of America and to Who's The bride-elect is the daughter of
home of and Ford hosts presented the honored the late Ralph D.Green. She is a 1982
Wed Jan. 18 in Evergreen BaptistMiss Mackey Shirley Who Among Students in American of Union
County High
385 Davis Street. couple with a coffee maker as a Colleges and Universities. Named Graduate
All classmates are asked to please memento of the occasion.Approximately junior class favorite and junior is currently attending the
Marla Dianne Darley, The bride, given in marriage by attend. 60 couples were in- homecoming maid, she was the recipient University of North Florida in
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. her father wore a floor length gownof vited to call between the hours of 7 of the Jenkins-Chastain Jacksonville.The .
Darley of Starke and Richard A. dotted sheer organdy over tulle, and 9 p.m. Award in 1984. groom-elect is a 1980 graduateof
Smith, Jr., of Starke, son of Mrs. with lace sleeves.A Mrs. Elsie HallCelebrates Citizenship Union County High School and is
Francis Wright of Front Va., held in the 80th employed with the Department of
and Mr. Richard A. Smith Royal, Sr., of fellowship reception hall immediately was following Did You Know.,.......... Did You Know........... Corrections.The .
Bowie Md.,were united in marriageon the ceremony. Ms. Nancy Smith Birthday SundayMrs. wedding is planned for Saturday
Jan. at in the bride's and her Mr. and Mrs. Benny Williams and June 1, at 3 p.m. at the First
18, 7:30 p.m Evergreen cut and served Elsie Hall celebrated Dr. and Mrs. David Underill of Lake
Baptist Church. Richard is the groom's cakes. Mrs. H. W. Bennett 80th birthday Sunday at the home of Sebastain were weekend guests of family of Savannah, Ga., will visit Baptist Church of Butler.
of Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceL. Strickland in his mother, Mr Mack Williams, No local invitations are being sent,
grandson and Mrs. Jimmy were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief at but all friends and relatives In-
Smith, Sr.. of Starke. charge of the punch bowls. and Mrs. John R. Hall in Lake Kingsley Lake. Scott Wells of over the weekend.Mr. vited to attend. are

Rev.James Saunders,pastor per- Miss Angela Redding kept the Geneva, at a family dinner party. Gainesville was also a Sunday guest. Howe of
and Mrs. Raymond
formed the double-ring ceremony. bride's book. Among the 65 attending was her Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Lucky Did You Know.,.........
Michael Prescott pianist and Mrs. aunt Mrs. Clifford Rains of Waldo Rink
Out of town guests included Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William W. ,
visited their
Jerry Redding, vocalist provided a and Mrs. Francis Wright, Mr. and who is 102 years old. Also attendingwere Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi and Mrs. Howe of St. Augustine
children and great grandchildren in The Methodist Chancel Choir hada
of nuptial music. two sisters Mrs. Willa Mae
program Mrs. Richard A. Smith, Sr., Helen Robin McNelley and sons visited David
Kevin W. Howe attended Richardas Denton of Starke and Mrs. Okie Pensacola over the weekend. covered dish supper Sunday nightat
and Smith Mrs. William Rink, Sr., in Tampaover
Brenda Brian
Gue ,
Nowe both teachers at Mrs. Drew
and Dale are the home of Mr. and
best man. Ushers were Billy Ronald M. Sherman Garlock of Bradenton, three the weekend and also toured
Donald Gue, ,
the Christian College in Pensacola. Reddish, followed by choir rehear
Green and Kevin Scheetz. Ella Cooney and Steve Cardin. brothers Woodrow Hinson of Busch Gardens.
Miss Lisa Green was maid of to St. Jacksonville, Bert Hinson and Dick sal.
After a short trip Augustine,
honor. She wore a floor length gown the couple is residing in Lawtey. Hinson of Hampton; and all four of Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr., and ---. .
ot ed glazeQotton wi t14W1t y4Qfa. ..,'-V"! .* > ..... : ,her children: Mr. and Mrs. Howard .daughter,jVnn,spent the weekend at .
Fox, Mr.and Mrs.Lee Jordan of Or- St. Simons Island where they were COME IN AND TRY ONE
Ann P. Brown, mond Beach, Mr, and Mrs. D. J. joined by Mrs. Marcia Welch and
Michael Whitley Phillips, Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. daughter Angela, of Savannah, Ga.

G Married March 1 Mrs. G. C. Wilson of Sunflower,

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer of ...... Miss., is spending three weeks with 'sSANDWICH
Kingsley Lake announce the mar Did You Know. her son and family, Rev. and Mrs. Otis ,
of their Ann P. Ballard Wilson. Miss Mary Wilson
riage daughter,
: Brown, to Michael Whitley.The Col. and Mrs. J. B. Bonham of celebrated her birthday Saturday at ,, SHOPPE
8/---- couple were married Friday, Fairfax, Va., Mrs. Madalyn Scott of a family dinner where they were 107 E. Call Street Starke, FL
March 1, at 11 a.m. at the First Coronado, Calif., and Tom Butner of joined by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson of
Presbyterian Church in Americus, Sanford were the guests recently of Gainesville.Mrs. SPECIAL
Ga., in the of the im. their nephew Byron Terwillegar,
Thomas Lee Starling presence Tuna Beef
mediate families. niece Anne Terwillegar Nelson of Mickey Dansby and childrenof Roast
Keystone Heights and sister,Cecelia Prattville, Ala. are visiting her Salad Plate Sub
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Starling of Mr. Whitley is president of and Mrs. Edward
Terwillegar. Mr.
birth of son, Americus Glass Co. and Mrs. parents,
Starke announce the a Davis Gainesville and Mr. and
in 1.75
March 7 in Whitley is employed as assistant to 2.10
Thomas Lee, born
Mrs.D.G.Eff rain of Mrs. R. O. Dansby in Starke this
the Dietetic Director of Sumter
Alachua General Hospital. He joinsa last week with her grandmother, week.
brother,Timmy, age IVi. Regional Hospital in Americus. Mrs. O. L. Haynes. EAT IN OR TAKE OUT OPEN 5 DAYS
Maternal grandparents are Mr. BREAKFAST SANDWICHES MOM.FBI 7 am 3 pm
and Mrs.Nick Harper of Lawtey and Mrs. John Stringer and daughtersof CROISSANTS SALADS DRINKS 964.4524
great grandparents are Mr. and Cheryl Henderson Pleasant Hill, Ala., are Wednes- STARKE I'
Mrs. Henry Browder of Starke. Shower Honoree day to Saturday visitors of her
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and mother, Mrs.M., R. Judd. CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs. Dean Bennett of Lake Butler Cheryl Henderson, bride-elect of 422 N. St. Clair 984-5445
and great grandparents are Mr.and Brad Cox, was honored with a bridal Mrs. Terry Ivey returned Monday Walter F. Monti, Pastor I
Mrs. Junior Prevatt of Lawtey. shower on Monday night, Jan. 28, at after foot in Humana SNAPPER
the Brooker Baptist Church surgery We invite you to worship with us.
in Orange Park last week.
Fellowship Hall.Seventy-five guests
Wendy Renee Bell attended. Many lovely gifts were Sunday School . . . 10 a.m. SUPER SNAPPER

received. Jordan and Beverly McGeeran Morning Worship . . . 11 a.m.
Joe and the Deborah birth Bell of a of daughter Lawtey Hostesses were: Sharon Beutke, Terry in the Jacksonville River Run on .Evening Service . . . 6 p.m. VALUE OWNERS

announce the, Virginia Crews, Jean Douglas, Saturday. Wedniday, Youth . . 7:30 p.m.,
Wendy Renee, born March 7 in Laverne Edwards, Mildred Harrell, DAYS
Naval Air Station Hospital in Rhonda Harrell,Jackie Johns,Edith
Jacksonville. She joins a brother, Melvin, Nancy Newsome, Charlene Pro-Season
Jamie, age 6. Thomas Donna Tolleson and Hazel
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Williams. Community Bible Church Tune-Up Special
and Mrs. Edward D. Crews of NO DOWN PAYMENT
Lawtey. Great grandparents are NO MONTHLY PAYMENT Free pick-up and

Mrs. Artie Allbritton of Live Oak Tom Williams BaPtist Fundamental FOR 90 DAYS delivery on all
and the late M. J. Allbritton and Mr. YEAR LIMITED

and Mrs. G. C. Martin of O'Brien.Mr. and Oyster Roast Honoree REV. D.M. WESTON 964.5522 WARRANTY Snapper riding

, Mrs.Paternal Charles grandparents D. Rorer are of Madison- Tom Williams, whose marriage to During Super Value Days when mowers Now thru

- vIDe, Ky.Great grandmother is Mrs. Connie Cage will be an event of Friday Sunday Service . . . 9:45 & 11:00: a.m. you purchase any Snapper rear-
night in Gainesville, was at regular Mar. 30 1985.
of Paducah engine riding mower
Mary Suiter Ky. honored at a oyster roast Saturday, Sunday Evening . . . . 7:00 p.m. retail price can choose either
March 2, given at the home of Dr.

, Jared Nolan Mancil and Mrs. J. E. Denmark with co- Temporary Meeting Place: Pratt St. Rec. Hldg.BILLY a 6-bushel grass catcher ordumpcartFREEI Clean Mower
OR if'
hosts,son, John Denmark, Troy Ely you
I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mancil of and Mr. and Mrs. Bob enjoyed. buy a Snapper Hi-Vac Rider you Sharpen bladecangetaTwinBagCatcheror
Clewiston announce the birth of a The 25 men attending the Clean air filter
son, Jared Nolan, born Jan. 16 in oyster roast on the patio between the MAYO CRUSADEwill Bag-N-Wagon at only Vt the
Clewiston. hours of 2 and 5 p.m. Among the retail price. Change oil
Maternal grandparents are Mr. guests was David Cage of
and Mrs. D. W. Judd of Clewistonand Gainesville, father of the bride-to- be held at It'.a snap with Change spark plug'NAnnefII'JI

great grandparents were the be.The Grease an fittings
late Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton of hosts presented the honoree Kingsley Lake Tighten all nuts and bolts
Paternal with an ice chest as a memento of
Clearwater. grandparentsare ildroisionof' Fuqua 'Industries
Mr. and Mrs. Mancil of the occasion. Adjust brakes and belt

Clewiston and great grandparentsare Baptist Church Lube throttle
Mrs. Willie Mae Judd of Starke .'name cP..ge..cu.. ,un, ,Aau ol pu'Chas.
and Russell B. Judd of Ocala. The Tommy Coxes March 15 16,' 17 at 7:30 Adjust carburetor

Host Rehearsal Service tires and battery

Monica Jo Reddish Dinner Feb. 15

and Mark Reddish of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox of A .4uu
Starke Mr. announce Mrs. the birth of a Brooker entertained at a rehearsal Brother Billy Mayo a former rock drummer, $2495Plus

daughter, Monica Jo, born Feb. 13, dinner Friday night, Feb. 15, at the vocalist, and D.J. has blessed thousands in churches a
in Alachua General Hospital. She Holiday Inn of Orlando honoring throughout the United States and abroad with his heart Parts

joins a sister, Georgia, age 22 mon Cheryl Henderson attended.W. and Brad. Cox. warming testimony of how the love of Jesus Christ

ths. Forty guests delivered him from the world of bright flashing lights, SING -

Maternal grandmother is Mrs. one night stands &: drug addiction. His presentation of a BAG{ STARKEPOWER
Gaskins and grandfather
I Peggy Gasklns of Lawtey and great "Journey Thru Rock" Is something every Christian and GRASSCATCHER
grandparents are Bert Hinson of T. Weeks, U.D.C. non-Christian parent and teen need to hear. Are today'stop Retail value

Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meets March 18 rock artists attempting to do more than simply sell $149.95 EQUIPMENT

Gaskins of Starke. Maternal grandparents W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C.,w ill I albums and entertain? What are the facts concerning toso FREE ATTACHMENT

are Mrs.and William Sheriff Blaylock Dolph meet Monday, March 18 at 11: I day's rock music? Brother Billy will answer these and WORTH $199.95 438 S. Walnut Starke
of St. Augustine
Reddish of Starke and great grandmother a.m.Steakhouse at the for Western a Dutch Steal treat; many more legitimate questions posed by our young MUMm orpin tno%SOON 9648568II.
is Mrs. Ruth Reddish of luncheon-meeting. people.------------------

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Lawtey New s .....'...............................................,.................................................... I Charles Green Ordained i in .Deland I '

Lawtey. Sellers and Mrs. Lucille Bass s Sunday evening, March 3, the The charge to the candidate was wife, Kathy, are living presently in
By Elizabeth TerryPerson.is Mrs. Elsie Norman was patient in Mrs. Harold Starling also visited Church in DeLand or- given by Rev. Charles Granger, the Wake Forest, N.C., where he is attending
Bradford Hospital recently. Our Bartow and Lakeland and took care of dained Charles R. Green to the Baptist Campus Minister of Stetson Southeastern with Baptist to
are with her. some business,then went on to.Winter Gospel Ministry. University Theological Seminary plans
Mrs. Virginia Jenkins and Mrs. prayers Mrs. Wilma Wainwright spent Sun. Haven and Haines City. Dr. Bob Mulkey, pastor of First Pope Duncan President of Stetson graduate In May 1986. With the
Dyal of Billiard met Mrs. Lisa day night and Monday with her son- Mrs. Pearl Campbell will have 'to Baptist EWLand,began the service University,was an honored guest at assistance of the Seminary's place--
Jenkins and children in Ocala on with the of invocation the ment officed, Charlie recently accepted -
prayer service
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. return to Shands Hospital next week and took part in the laying
Mrs. Jenkins' presented the Certificate of Ordination a call to pastor Pope's Chapel
Thursday. Virginia Allen Brown of Jacksonville.Mr. for surgery.Our prayers are with her. on of hands.
mother, Mrs. O. J. Anders visited and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starling and Bible,and administered' theLord's The service concluded with a United Church of Christ In Franklinton -
with her for a while on Thursday nighton and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward went to visited their son-in-law and daughter Supper. prayer of benediction by Rev. Carl N.C. Starke
the service from
their way home. the Waldo Flea Market on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bryant, of Dr. Don Davies, professor Whfddpn, minister of education at Attending
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rentier of afternoon. Raiford, on Sunday afternoon emeritus of New Testament Greekat First Baptist, DeLand. were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green,

Charleston, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lisa Durban of Atlanta, Ga. Mr: and Mrs. Harold Starling Stetson University,read scripture A reception was given by the Sr., Mrs. Carolyn Taylor Richard
Ed Mark and Keri from Isaiah and Romans Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Taylor,
Chuckle Rentier, visited her grandmother Mrs.Wilma ,visited their brother-in-law and passages parents following the service.
L of SummervlMe,S.C., Earl Boyette of Wainwright recently. >' ;.jf.",'slat M, la*.. and Mrs. Leon COMer and delivered the ordination prayer. Charles (Charlie) Is the son of Mr. Sr., and son Scott, Herbert Green,
Ga. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs.Charles Green solo and Mrs. Jr.,April Rooney,Mr.and Mrs.Jim-
Columbus, Rev. and Mrs. James Tompkiria"oliGrace Sutfday,Crosby Lake. sang a entitled Herbert Green, Sr., of
Boyette,..Sr., of Lake City, were I vi. ** "Upon This Rock". Starke. While a member of First my Prevatt,Mr.and Mrs. Robert E.
United Methodist Church
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.O. J. a few days at Orlando for a rest.spent. '" .:, .' I Church News Dr. James Beasley, Professor of Baptist, Starke, Charlie accepted a Allen, Jr., Scott Allen, Kay Allen,
Boyette, daughter Ann and David Mrs.Harold Starling and her sister;. ,.pie Starling Reunion will be heldMarch Religion at Stetson University, call to preach in February, 1981. He Ms. Ann Thornton and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manning,Terry Mrs. Onie Thornton of Starke,visited 17 with dinner at 1 p.m. Bring delivered the ordination sermon, began preparation for the ministry Lindsay, and Lori Murphy.Mr. and Mrs.
and of Macclenny, Mr. and which was based on Ezekiel 34:1-11 by attending Stetson Also attending were
Kelly their sister Mrs. your basket. It will be 3 miles West of University,
Mary Springer, and
Mrs. Robert Joiner of Jacksonville, Mark Alton, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Green Cove Springs on Road 18. and John 10:14: and 21:15.: where he earned a Bachelor of Arts W. R.Eatman from from Archer Fernandina,Mr.
Mrs. Dale Wilcox
visited Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, degree in Religion. Charlie and his
Jr.. and family. -- o Beach.
Chief Julius Eunice of Waldo and .
Miss Michelle Eland of Gainesville

visited Harold Eunice his parents on Sunday., Mr. and Mrs. YOUR BUYING POWER CONTINUES

Mrs. Peggie Dobbs is a patient in
Bradford Hospital. Our prayers are

with Mr.her.and Mrs. Joey Starling of Concord Get $

N.C., are the proud parents of a r
7 lb. 4 oz.son, William Brandon,born !
March 10 at 11 a.m.The grandparentsare
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling of

Pvt. F. E. McClenaghan

Completes Course ,

Army National Guard Pvt.
Franklin E. McClenaghan, brotherof
Pat Muse of 419 Center St.,Starke.
Fla., has completed the tactical
Fort Sill,Okla.

During the course, students were Cash Cash Cash Dash Cash Cash
taught basic electronics, receiver -rDi ---rDi )-- x
Dividend 'Dividend Dividend Dll/lll tHUNTS
and transmitter repair for tactical = //( ] / IT ,

communications.He .
is a 1983 graduate of Bradford
High School, Starke.
Completes Basic TrainingPvt.
Vincent E. Thomas, son of MAYONNAISE32OZ MILK

Linda U Thomas of Route 1,Starke 32OZ BTL 4 ROLL PACKAGE JAR REG OR WATER PACK
Fla., and James G. Thomas 6.5OZ CAN
Waldo, Fla., has completed basic
training at Fort Rill. Okla.

He is a 1982 graduate of Bradford

High School, Starke.COMMUNITY.


Elizabeth G.Walker
Phone 964-6683

Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
There will be a "Know Your
Church" forum each Wednesday
night at 7:30.: Each member is en-
couraged to attend by Rev. E. O.
Howard Pastor.

New Nope Baptist Church* 4V'h -- -, .... II

7:30 Robinson Anniversary:We p.m.will speaking.be with beginning celebrating the Elder We March our will Ernest Choir 15 con-at if Pays ToGROCERY Shop Panby Pride for Quality,

tinue our services March 17 at 10 = =
a.m. with Sunday School and morn- j' ; \
ing worship at 11 a.m. Our program Q. ( .
will conclude at 3 p.m.with a host of r. Jo.,": ..... PO" vfiH'NG \ CORNED
>4. \ BEEF
"IJ 'I ,' \
choirs on parade. W", r.. ',; j li".C)> \ r! BRISKET
Rev.Jake Davis,Pastor ', \
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OmrI _
Lodge MeetingPrince ...
GOES WELL ---"____ I.1 ,r:_ '_
Naomi No. 8 will hold its : .

monthly meeting March 16 at 10 WITH L' : .:...- ". BAR-B-O GRILLING
a.m. at the Masonic Hall on GREEN CABBAGE '
Brownlee FREE RAGU
..............Street'Did ...................,........ i SPAGHETTISAUCES BONELESS ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPECIAL


Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen have
returned home after attending the 8to"l$389 $159 ROAST
62nd Annual Southern Educational 32OZ
Congress of Optometry held at the JAR
Hilton Hotel in Atlanta, Ga. Duringthe '
4-day congress, 59 lectures were OLD EL oSHJ'I $ $ 17 9
presented relating to eye care, con- IS'. . .10"8f. .99 169

tact lenses and the treatment of eye AUTOMAIC TRANSMISSION FlUID ...
Infections and eye diseases. OR SAE 30 WT.QUAKER SUPREME PER PER

Sandra Lee, optometric assistantto MOTOR OIL . . QU SS .59 POUND POUND
Dr. Whiffen, attended 3 days of
lectures at the congress. The program
for optometric assistants con- PLATES . 1.49
sisted of 22 lectures on subjects In- FRESH
cluding all phases of contact lenses, COUNTRY STYLE 99 FRYERPRrnIG iHs 79
understanding optometric instruments
working( with the low vision PORK RIBS. LB or DRUMSTICKS LB
patient assisting in the care of =$j 5 LB AVG. PKG.
patients with eye infections and of- jazpto UB.DATOPCHOICE MARKET STYLE
.4xx iM.M n $189 $149

Duplicate Bridge Club winners ROYAL CALIF. STEAK ANY SIZE PKQ. ,
March 5 at six tables were: first FAMIL SIZE PKQ.

i; third Ida Shaw and Evelyn &OZBOX OIL Q.1.99 SLBAVCLPKa ASSORTED VARIETY
Griffin; fourth Ruth Merle and FAIEDcwcloS4. FRYER WINGS, L..69 SEAFOODHMSMRE 1.99

Aurella Byrd; fifth Alene Brew and .A.. $ 9 UND R LADCFfO/CEeraa SANDWICH STEAKSSTEAK FARMS BEEF ft
Yvonne Reichmann. 2/99 32-OZ CALIF.,ROAVT La 1.99,, UMM 140Z 2.69 99
City were last Thursday luncheon CRYSTALSRED. OR PINK MINUTE MAID ?. CHUCKEVE U2.89 M1.99 TURKEY HAM La1.59
Herbert guests Thomas.Mr. of. Mr. and Mrs. LEMONADE TET CANNISTUI 2.99


and Mrs. Lewis Welch of PIZZA QUICK . uoz-l.29
Madison were Sunday and Monday FUNDAV FROZEN DAIRY/DELI
of their son and family Mr. 11CZ
and guests Mrs. Pat Welch. PARTY CUPS. . :alCf. .89 '
They were accompanied -
Scanlan and son, also of Madison ROLLS GOLD
who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M ,SAUSAGE,
Leroy Jackson. ;! PEPPERONI OR BAFteOUE

Gina Rasnick,daughter of Mr.and O'SGEJ4929
Mrs. Charles Rasnick of Starke,has @ ,.i $119
been chosen for the 1985 spring tour a &oz HALF 12OZ
of the Harding University, Searcy, GALLON PKG.

Ark., A Cappella Chorus. The group -pe.MioK..eiaA SUNNYLAND MEAT OR I
of 44 will spend March 8-17 traveling I BEUEVE 1ro%
through the Southeastern states to HI-C FRITO lAY 100z 09IrT'S BEEPFRANKSOWALTNEV Pl & . FIOZEN I 1 NOTBurnn LB 1.09
present programs in Alabama, FRUIT DORTTOS
Florida see WHOU elwls 1.29
South Carolina Georgia 2
Mississippi Louisiana, and Arkan- DRINKS CORN,TACO OR MACHO CHEESE BOCCOY 1.29 V .VEETA. LBS!. 3.49 HORMEL SLICED 150ZPKQ. ,

sas. Rasnick is a senior and is maJoring PANTRY fNOECflEAMCHEESfi! pU1pUu, .99.

in psychology $ 19 $ "119 APPL&PlIL'asp" .89 BREAKSTONE! oz .79 UMCH-=.'OUM.=.""' \
1 one-.11001I
I ,Y; 64OZ 7.5OZ CWoIN
" Attending the Lee Greenwood Concert JAR BAG wFFLES M.=w .93 SOUR CREAM .oz .63: BOUOQNA. . .tsar PKa 1.49
in Gainesville Thursday,March .
1 7 were Betty Allen Anne Greene -.
Carolyn Taylor Ann Thornton andKa STARKE-430 WEST MADISON STREET'i

j, A19eny ,

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I Hampton Hilites.............................................................................................,.......................................................,...............................................................................................................

By Dolores Meng -wishes for many more happy years John and Linda Stanton from an extended visit with Bud and Monroe Watterson of Shelby N.C. Spelling Bee
Phone 4$81USCongratulation. together I Jacksonville spent Sunday with Mr. Louise Mattheus. On Tuesday Rev. Mr. andKMr8' Hood Watterion of On FrIday March t, the annual
On Sunday, March 10, and Mrs. Danny Riddick. They en- Bob and Inez Watson of St.! N.C. Mrs. Dot Mitchell of Spelling Bee was held at Hampton
parishioners of the Hampton Chris- joyed boating and water skiing. Petersburg spent Tuesday with their Keystone Heights was also a luncheon Elementary School. Five students
Larry W. and Debbie Moore of tian Church surprised Mr. and Mrs. former parishioners, Mr. and Mrs. guest that day. from each of the 5th, 6th and 7th
Hampton announce the arrival of HaU with a covered dish dinner in Navy Assignments Mattheus. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Terry of grades participated.Allison .
their baby daughter, Tammie their honor. They enjoyed the D. J. Riddick is stationed aboardthe Other recent visitors of Mr. and Garnet S.C. arrived Sunday to Archey, a 7th grader, was
Neicbole. She was born at 6:18 p.m. beautiful flowers and special music USS Detroit at Norfolk, Va. He Mrs. Mattheus were Ted and Glenda spend several{days with his brother Judged top speller with 6th grader
on Feb. 18, at Alachua General provided to make it a happy occa- completed basic training in San Melching.Jr.ofTampa.TI and sister-in-law,James and Wilma- Danny Manx coming out In second
Hospital. Tammie weighed 5 Ibs 7 sion. Some fifty friends attended the Diego, Calif., in December. Joe and Debbie Meng of Jean Terry. place. Misty Koehler, a 7th grader,
oz. and measured 20 inches. She celebration.Ski Stephen Spell is with the Navy in .umu,8vtlle' Ga- spent the weekend was runner up and will serve as
Joins her sister, Rebecca Lynn, who Okinawa following his training in parents and family, Paul March Birthdays alternate when Allison and Danny
Is two. Trip EnjoyedMr. Orlando and Pensacola. and Ruth Meng. March It Patricia Rhoden; March compete In the Countywide Spelling
Paternal grandparents are Mr. .and Mrs.Joe Riddick,Mr.and Mrs. Viola Lefebvre enjoyed the 2: Sonya Hodges, Jerry LoUcano Bee on March 21 at the County Office.
and Mrs.Alvin Moore, Sr. of Hampton. Mrs. Danny Riddick, and Cassie Visitors visit Wednesday of Robert and and Ruth Paladino; March 4: Mark in Starke.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Riddick joined a group of forty Among those visiting Mr.and Mrs. Janice Kasey and June Bailey all of Miller; March 6: Jennifer Jones; Claudette Frees, fifth grade
and Mrs. T. A. Hyhon of Fairbanks. friends from Jacksonville recentlyon Cecil Mattheus over the weekendwere Kokomo Indiana. They were March 7: Nicole Clark Jay Walker teacher, coordinated the Spelling
a sno skiing trip to Sugar Mountain Ralph and Betty Jo Langford enroute home from their stay In and Jason Smith; March 9: Wynn Bee. Kathryn Brooke media
Sixtieth Anniversary N.C. They traveled by of Fernandina Beach, Marcus and Orlando. Collins and Gregory Hughes; March specialist, pronounced words.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall are Greyhound bus and stayed at com- Cecile Lanier of West Palm Beach, ***. and Mrs. Cad Wattersonhosted 13: Shirley Bagwell; March 14: Judges were Principal Connie,Clark! ,
celebrating their Sixtieth Wedding fortable chalets there during the five and Glen Mattheus of Folkston, Ga. lunch on Monday for his Robert Bradley. Harold Waters and 7th grade teacher Sandra Sanders,
Anniversary today. March_ 14. Best day trip. Mrs. Ruby Miller of Greer,S.C.is on nephews and wives, Mr./and Mrs. Tina Marie Meng. and Karen Harlow, 6th grade

Honor Roll
Those listed on the A-B Honor Roll
TO GROW AT PANTRY PRIDE. .. for the fourth six weeks grading
period were: 1st grade: Rebekah

s s Comer, Charles! Crawford, Tori
Hersey Jenny Johnson, Melissa
a t. Kyle, fan Marney, Timmy May,
worth of extra Pam McWilliams James Rhoden,
April Scoggins and Charlotte Smith.

__ p 2nd grade: Christina Broome, Julie
Collins, Wayne Crawford Jennifer
,_ / Darley,C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Hodges,
Jennifer Jones,Tracey McCullough
e Kevin Orton, Brian Salvatore andLaurel
Sanford. 3rd grade: Jose
Now e Aviles, Angela Baker, Shawna
Right BuckaUew, Adam Crawford, Eric
0 ,,5 '. Donnerstag,Jason Padgett,Rodney

.a r Padgett, Samantha Truman,
Kimberly Wilson and Stacy Young
4th grade: Donald Dick Danielle
___ WITH COUPON a RJRCHASE!OP) Hersey Billy Kyle and Donald

Cash __ __ Cash cash cif i MEPTUNESALAD McWilliams. 5th grade: Mark
f Dividend) D1ilridfeuD Divufend I I Crawford, Joey Hall Jana Lester,
S ( I / ''N NE D L M EPY8Ts II William Price and Fletcher Rodger.
Special ---1 ONLY I 7th grade: Allison Archey Cindy
HALF and
I I" La I Davis Cheryl Thomas Karen
0 Estevez.
/ //
PURE PORKROLL JELLY LARGEEGGS : = \ ---===:::--1 New Students
OFBOILECT I Enrolling at the school on March 5
MARGARINESelection I SEALTEST I were 1st grader Jennifer Glen and

SAUSAGE BEANS LB TUB HAM I ICE CREAM I her brother, Jon Glen, 2nd grader.
J DOZEN 11I----.u aTM STORES DEUAAKERV I I They formerly lived in New Jersey.
ONELB I HALF LB $139 I ... GAl.. I ExtracurricularOn
I UMITl, COUPON PER ITEM I 0' UMrri COUPON PER ITEM I Saturday, March 9 seventh
DADER""oMiJ'\1\: WTH A SiOOO POOO I bake
I held successful sale
j I ) ORDER OOOO THRU WQtt graders a
D-----------.4_------- in Starke. The $85 they earned will
: Or I WTTM COUPON A: --I be used on their upcoming trip to

L 1 I CURAD II I Disney Following World.the CTBS tests among
$ I Ie BANDAGES those holding parties were the second -
: 849 I graders with popcorn and
I CT. | drinks and snacks for the first
I-rr-r I OOOO THRU'aOQNiaM '
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FFIOZEN Toz 139 ." J JON _. KIZ 8109 1RTF Altar Society Honors
.. "" m: c w i"UM/T'''''''' pturtwt'' ''' I UMtTI COUPON POT FTTMWTTH I
I D I WITH'1000 FOOD S1OCO FOOD Saflyo Scoggins

aiid savings! I------------I------------I The St. Edward's Altar Society
WITH COUPON t PUPOUse' OF held a meeting in the parish hail
I'. WHrTEHOUSE I LOG CABIN II Tuesday night, March 5, with the

I VINEGAR |I SYRUP I residing.president, Murial Gilhooly

y ; W, PRODUCE I *25* seCY $033 II Altar Chairman Mary Gissy

... .. GAL J '. BTLUMTT1 ita"I thanked Elois Jones and Wumajean
Terry for doing care
fff:+l. 'N I OflOEK GOOD THRU M
..; ORDER 0000 THRUWM& I Feb. Gerrl and Diana Phillips
------------ ---- :------ volunteered for this service during

1 I HEFTY I. I Elois Jones reported on a meeting
I' CINCH BAGS I WRAP II held Feb. 20 at her home when plans
I for the Annual St. Edward's Parish
10 CT. $189 jU tao $105I Bazaar were formulated. This
I 30 GAL .FT.
is scheduled for Nov. 1 in the
.. Bazaar
\ 1 UMw1IN ....ITEM I : ,COUPON i ....ITEM hall and will feature handmade
A sioeo FOOD WTTH A S1QCO P parish>
O DEH 0000 THRU. HOU I ORDER.0000.THRU. 3am.I arts and crafts along with ser-
I------------ ------------
ving meals that
I MR COFFEE Sophie Kimutis membersto
FYNE TASTESTRAWBERRY I attend a Quilting Party in her
I.I I. home on March 13. Those attending
may also work on other Bazaar pro-
I 99 I 8229 I jests
32OZUMTTI The president gave a report on the
OROEH 0000 THRU Xim I == jam Church March 1.
L: at the Episcopal on
_------ ---- --1 attend
WITH COUPON COMSTOCK!PURCHASE' OP I WITH ODC aDRMDNAEOP' I the Members Gainesville were invited Deanery to Spring

(: C APPLE PIE I'. AIR I Meeting scheduled for March 21 at
79 FRESHENER Holy Family Parish In Williston.
9 I
7 I 1111 FILLING I AEROSOL !I Shirley Badner was introduced as

$149 7CZ 8139 a guest at the meeting.At .
\ BUNCH I zoz, I. CAN I the close of the meeting a drawing -
YNIN A$OW FOOD ...WTTH A siojn was held on a cake made by
Pauling Oeschger. Sallye Scogglns
= =I won this prize.Following .
ALL PURPOSE FLORIDA WHITE C TANG t I the meeting Sallye was
LARGEGRAPEFRUIT 2/79 ORANGE I surprised with a baby shower given

POTATOES BAKING LB 1O BAG $179 I II tllIII I DRINK I Zlta by members.Shuford were Two cakes decorated made with by

I 2BOZ 8299. I miniature baby articles.Fruit punch
I and roasted pecans were also served. -
US. NO. 1YELLOW CALIFORNIA SWEET I ,, 1""wATNA oMo mFO1ooO"B" I 1. Sallye was presented with a
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I : Tornadoes Take Two Big: District Wins :j,1i:!

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The Tornado nine 7th ranked in the single by Todd McLeod and Hawthorne gave BHS some of the first and never looked back in :\\i!

Class 2A baseball standings, improved struck out 13 Tornadoes InTuesday' chances in the fifth and the Tor rolling up an easy 10-1 district win on ,.....-.
6-0 shutout. nadoes capitalized on them. Then in the road last Friday March 8. .. I'
its record to 7-3 ..
by posting early a 2-1 mark season for the March Beeler was in complete control all the sixth inning BHS began to hit the Leadoff hitter Tony Diggs con- ':"j A,.. .I 1Ot.-.<.:.;.'.'''. i
7-14 week. the way walking only two batters ball collecting of their 10 hits in the tinued his torrid pace at the plate, '

Bradford High jumped on 2A foes says Tornado Coach Mike Hartley. 7-run sixth. going 2-for-3, including a 2-RB dou-
BHS hurler Gerald Brown had Big hit in the 4-run fifth has done .
Interlachen 10-1 and Hawthorne 12-5 a was a' 'Tony an excellent job j
but pinch hit double by Jason Polk driving lead-off j ..... .. ;. visas
to run its district mark to 31. Then good game himself got no gave as man, says Coach !
Tuesday night, March 12, Mid- with the gloves.The Tornadoes In two runs. Hartley. In eight games Dlggs is bat-
dleburg's ace athlete Pete Beeler Middleburg five of their 6 runs on error In the 7th Hal Wood Jaeyn'Polkand ting :516. has scored 16 runs and
Robert stolen bases. :;
Starling collected l ,17
threw a one-hit 6-0 shutout at the
BHS nine. Todd McLeod singled in Brown threw a five hitter walked Reddish Doug Samons ,nev Chad Doug Damons 3-2. went tne
three and struck out three. lined doubles. distance to pick his third win.
the top of the sixth for the only BHS up
hit against Class 3A team. "We had no intensity at all," said John David Francis making his Doug is not going to beat himself,
Coach Hartley. Team leadership is first mound after Hartley points out. Opponents must

Upcoming Games... lacking, Hartley says "...and until finishing basketball, pitched five hit the baseball to Samons who
we get it, it is going to be hard for us strong innings allowing? unearned allowed only one run and 2 hits
BHS goes to Baldwin today to win the big games." runs 2 hits, striking out 10, and struck out 5 and issued 3 walks.
(Thursday March 14) for 4 p.m. 111417 ( HI walking 3. Freshman Chad Reddish 1114147 INS

test.Monday INs ailtlll 1 IIMM pitched the last two tailings to pickup .MS 411t I 1111. I'i
March 18 BHS plays 1$115S5 01 the save. INS III 114 Ill
Union High in Lake Butler at 7 p.m. Hal 1e
Wood 3-for-4. led BHS. '
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Next home game is Tuesday BUS 12 Hawthorne 5 Polk was 2-for-2 andftobert Starling .r ax
March 19, at 7 p.m. when Santa Fe "A win is a win but for the first 4 Mi 2-for-3.

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Middleburg 6 BHS 0 over district foe Hawthorne here IMt till*

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One more time... Coming home... Winning form...
Popping-up at Interlachen...
It was_Mike Chappell's turn to Gerald Brown puts another run on Doug Sammons had a good day In Interlachen Friday March 8. pit
The catcher scrambles for the ball which Gerald Brown, number 12 add to"the'score when he came home the board as he crosses home stan ching the Tornados ran over the luckless Rams. 10-1.
poppedup In the Tordados 10-1 romp over Interlachen.The "for the Tornados. ding up.

I Lady 'Y'ornadoTrack Squad Earns Two Close Finishes I IIt

Lady Tornados won their first Things are looking up for Coach lL.TIamay 1:52: C. AnHar ',".17. 110-.1."- with 66 points while Keystone came 8-inches. combination of Barber, Lisa"We're

meet of the year in St. Augustine George Loper's girls after what (21.uN( -SUI1.r 17.-Adam..'. ....-.Wllll.m..re" 71.'M.M, M.Falton,440DaihDP.Mrtwr 19..'-, in first with 72 and PK Yonge third improving steadily and Tierney Adams and Kelley
Tuesday March 12 against Clay andI looked like a slow start for them. )3.Hu.II'..- (DJ.Kannady I...., ....Run. with 11.Lisa we're about two-to-three weeks from Jackson were fifth in 4:28.45.
Augustine. Bright spots were Barber winning (DK.JMkWMi ,,".41, Sprint Madlay' ....". Tierney won the mile in being in really good, shape," said Jackson had earlier in the day won
I the 440 and being second in the 220; (!>Aa'mOa... ....- .....-Tl.rMy ,.......,.' 6:01.43, Kelly Jackson took the 880 Coach George Loper.. "The youngs(, .the 880-yard run in 2:25.04. A fantastic

When the dust settled, it was BHS Jackson winning the 880 the mile T.BvM 2:11-D.: 29.- (2)P.a.r.ar', ...IC."n...17.M, JI.'(4)L/u/l.r, .......ey 17M n.., with a 2:34.06. and Roberta Williamswon girls are holding their own. All are performance according to
68. Clay 59 and St. Augustine 52. and anchoring the mile relay; Lisha T.JaceM. ...., 1-Mlla Hun Long in the shot and Sapp coming DC.Andar llill.K. Mil Malay. OSutlar. 14-feet 10-inches. Good performances were turned
Winning the shot-put was Lisha back from an injury Indicated the Adami-Oavlt-Jacktan 4i,Jt.74 The 440-relay team of Barber Panther Invitational I in by Barber in the 100-yard dash at 6
Long with a toss of 29feet.Inches veteran coach. The BHS Lady Tornado track Adams, Williams and Davis were was 11.81 and Wendee Hall's 20.5 in the t.
while Kelley Jackson was first in the "Each week we're getting better team has been heating-up the first in 54.21 and the mile-relay tough. high hurdles. '
mile at 5:51.: Pat Barber took the and better" said Loper. asphalt with a second place finish in of Barber, Davis, Tierney and The Lady Tornados did the best -Injuries are beginning to cut into
440-dash in 67.43 and Jackson came a three-way meet between BHS Jackson won in 42721.: they could in Palatka at the Panther the team with Lori Sapp out with a
back in the 880 at 2:39.48: for the win. BHS M, Clay S*. St. Auguilln 62 Keystone and PK Yonge Tuesday The sprint-medley relay team of Invitational, totaling-up nine points sprained ankle and Wesley Johnson
Lori Sapp coming back from an in- ....,-(l)L.Lofifl-4,K.Adorns 21.1.M.f.llon" March 5 and a disappointing tenth at Williams Searcy Adams and to finish tenth of 13 schools. on crutches with a chipped ankle.
jured ankle was first in the twomileat M-l, DlMUt- C'IL.L_ 4.$, M..._ IS-7, the Palatka Panther Invitational Dewitt were second in 5:01: while The 440-relay team of Pat Barber
12:55.33 while the K.Adami .*-*. 111-Mlajli, MurdlM ...K........" Anders second in the Kim Adams Felicia Next
sprintmedleyrelay 20.79. A.Danmark II..*. C. ""d... Saturday, March 9. Chrissy was Davis and big competition for the Tor-
\ first in 4:41.23: and the 100-Daih-. C2IP.","". 11.', (4>P. Davit II.., In a close meet in Keystone last two-mile. at 134402.: Davis was Roberta Williams crossed the line nados is Friday, March 15, the
mile relay also took first in 4:39.74. T.ajula 11.', 1MllaDKallay ..ack.... Sill Tuesday the Tornados were second third in the long-jump at 13-feet seventh at 54.25 and the mile-relay Wolfson Relays in Jacksonville. ,

I : Track Team Third Place in KeystoneLooking \

was almost,a clean win for the forward to the next big In what had originally been of 13 schools, with"8 points.
Gentlemen Torandos Tuesday meet Loper indicated he will load- scheduled as a home .meet but "The boys showed improvement, 4IHi4tj
March 12 as they tied with St. up on some of the relay teams for the shifted to Keystone due to the BHS especially the new ones just out for a
Augustine High for first in a four- Wolfson Relays Friday in Jackson- track not being completed, the Tornados day or two" said Coach Loper.In .
way meet with 77 points. ville. came up with 51 points for a fine performance,Tony Jones
third. was fifth in the l -yard dash with a
"Real good times for both Tony "This was the first meet where we time of 9.75 while the 440-yard relay _
Jones and Lattamore Williams tried any field events" said Coach team of Lattamore Willaims, Ken-

said Coach George Loper. "Lonnie HS-Sl. Auguitln (tld) 77. B kr 7., George Loper. "We'll get there with ney Hall, Robert Bellamy and Lex *IIi
Hamilton did real well In the shot Cloy 47 lots of hard work and patience." Sanders were fifth in 44.85. The

and the milers are improving." Ihat-(L.Mamlltoit ..., ...TI"' '''... 11-'. The men took home first's in the sprint-medley relay team of
I.Mara iM. Roach V-%, DlKi -(4>A.Tlm- 440-yard relay, sprint-medley relay Sanders, Bellamy Tony Jones and
: Taking firsts for BHS were Tony Moos 17-1 ......c" 7.'. I.MtrM 44-7. 1M-Hlah and mile-relay. In his first time out Paul McKinney took seventh in I
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r - Jones in the 100 at Williams
9.6, which tied the ...,(1>L.Williams'.',L.MamptM. II.).D.Pattar- as a hurdler. Isaac Montgomery was 3:47.56 with Lattamore
school record and another win in the KHI II.', C.Paltan" II.'. C.Mankanan 11.1, Mil- fourth in the 120-highs and third in finishing fifth in the 220 at 23.69.
440-dash. Eddie Tennant won both (1)..Tamairt ,,17. ... .......- Iil4, H.CaaavrSil7 the 330-intermediates. Lattimore Rounding out the day's events was i
the mile and the 2-mile C.T_. St44, 44n..".. (DWIIMamc Williams was second in the 220. the mile-relay effort of McKinney

U.ML.Himpto Hall-Lana-Sandan II."".17., C.444DtIhDT.JWMI Haitkana "..11.C. In the Tornados first outings in Sanders, Bellamy and Jones and
Kelay teams in the 440, sprint ...._ ".If. M-HurdlM (1)1. SnillM, "..., field events, Andrew Timmons was their fifth place finish in 3:30.19.: An-
medley and mile were able to take 440-Kun-CII..H."k.. .....5,20, CII..ull.IS. third in the shot while Wesley chorman Jones came from behind to

the wins for Starke.It Iprlnt-Madlay. IllDaml(lLaMIaiidanMallMclclmMVli)4.4. .. Johnson was fifth in the longjump.Leon overtake Santa Fe in a hardfoughtrace.
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Willi.", n..., L.Namp25.51.. D. 1It.__ Hampton took second in the .
11.11 C.HMIHM-XMI 11.11 C.FaltiM. 14.1IMllaUB.Tannant long-jump and third in the triple- TO RENT

was in the field events where the Lana-McKlnnay-Santfari( lit 11.41,..Mlla-Kalay-IDMall-...,4 jump. iCOURON JCSOUPON
Tornados are hurting, indicated;
Loper. They did not make any stats go herePanther SPEEDY
points in the long-jump triple-jump,
pole-vault or high-jump. Part of the In a hard-fought four-way meet Relays... Auto Renovation
problem has been the team's inability the Tornados took third Tuesday At the Palatka High Panther
ty use the facilities at the track March 5 in Keystone and were 10th Relays the boys came against COUPON SPECIALSUse MAGNOLIA HOTEL
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til. Moving sal.. Everything mu.tgo. 3/14 2tchg 321COMMERCIAL and bred CATTLE 9646411.Young bulls 3/07, heifer 2tchg 6 to 19 hrs. per weak. Food service REAL ESTATE INVESTORS We have listed 7 excellent rentals) 5 duplexes and |
Womens, mens and chlldrens cows. and/or management experience 2 homes All ore rented and have positive cash flow.
clothing and shoes, toys, etc. Also 1983 PROPERTY HONDA THREE WHEELER AS 200. 1000. preferred. Call for appt. 468.2255.3/14 301 MOTEL 16 rms. furn. ft roomy living quarters. 376' Hwy 301. Own. fin.
Kaw. |et ski, hand trailer, canvas cov.r RENT/LEASE 8 yr old Appaloosa cross mar.. $300; 2tchg" 321MOMS FORMERLY MAJIK MARKETAcro from HS. 301 frontage. Priced rlghtl'
Incl. $1300 firm. 1 twin bed, n.v.r used pigs for sal., $16 each. Alicia hay at RETIREES ANYONE: Grow milk BROWNLEE ROAD-36.43 ACRES Of prime property. Owner financing.

$1 GO. Phone 964-4995 anytime offer COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT US 782-3857 barn $2.50 ask per for bale.Danny.782.3737 3/07 2tchg or culture at home. Earn $60 to $80 COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.

3 p.m. Itchg 3/14 301 South near Steak House. Completion 3/14 weekly, part-time. For detail, National ONLY $31,000: Saratoga Hgts 1331 Blanding St.
BIG GARAGE SALE Moving, everything Culture Farm, 1-502-842-4011. Fenced 10
dot. expected F.b. 1985. Call FROST-FREE almond color.d Norg. 4 MILES SOUTH ON 301 acres. $19,900.
must go. Sat./Sun. 9 til 3. Doublewlde 964-8944 days. 12/20 tfn Refrigerator. Still under 8423323.: Itchg 3/14 :BRICK HOME RD. 230 3 BR 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fed. bkyd. 52000.
horn for sole, 3BR 2Ba. Carter Road COMMERCIAL OR PROFESSIONAL OFFICE $250. 964-4924. Itchg 3/14 warranty. HOMEWORKERS NEEDED NOW: $400 ,1 MH ON 7 BEAUTIFUL ACRES NW 105th Ave Lawtey. 35000.

Lawtey. Follow signs. Itpd 3/14 FOR RENT US 301 South. Call PUPPIES Six week old Irish Setters. plus weekly. Guaranteed. Follow i'struction. BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS Own. fin. Additional acreage available

964.8076.1/10 tfn Parents on premises. 964-6922 after 4 .. Send SASE for details to BUILDING LOTS: Bessent Rd. ((4)) 5 Oaks ((1)I) Connerly Estates ((2)) Hampton

HOMES FOR SALE "* p.m. Itpd 3/14 Palm RTM ft Assoc., P. O Box 057563 314POWER W. Oaks ((2)) Crosby Lake ((1)I).
Fl. 334057563.
'MISCELLANEOUSDAY SMALL TRACTOR with backho. Also, Beach Itchg -S25.000 3 BR home on 2 Acres In country.
PLANT Maintenance Mechanic I:
mini-dozer. Can b. seen at Albert's EAST CALL STREET Business Location. $33,000. Owner terms.
60 S.WATER STREET 2 BR CB Semi-skilled mechanical work assistingIn
By own.r.
Small Engine Shop. 964-6166 or 222' FRONTAGE 301 t mi.S. of Starke, next to Moseley Tire Co. Exc. terms.
horn. 14681323. 11/08 tfn the maintenance and repair of electric -
ages 96/.6850Itpd 314WADLEY OWNER FINANCING 15 Ac. In Lawtey of SR 225. Only $29,500.
434 N.CHERRY STt From.horn on 50x73 thru 12. Many summer activities. production and auxiliary equip
as largeas -10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDE Near Hampton. Only 35000.
foot lot. 4 BR. carport tried and ment. Apply at personnel office, city
413.7505.3/14 3/21
utility 2tchg
limited J. M. Ed.
r.gular. quantity. NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer luxurious home across from
hall of tork.. 314CRUISE
playhouse. '''.6365. 2/21 tin NOT RESPONSIBLE I am not responsible ward. 964-5379. 3/14 2tpd 3/21 City Itchg
Starke Golf & Country Club.
with 3 SHIP JOBS I
BY OWNER Brick house
for any debts other: than my own. AIR CONDITIONER Sea'". 23000 BTU THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "Plnesong". 37 bldg.
bedrooms, 2 baths. C.n+lol heat ft air. HAROLD GARMON. Itpd 3/14 Great Income potential. occupations
I 1600 sq. ft. living area. 2 acret of land. $175. phon. 9645882. Itpd 314C For Information call ((312)) 742-8620: ext. lots w/paved roads Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms.
ft C MINI STORAGE Handl.H"/ por. 6 old. 5 3V.B.... CHftA.
On Highway 225. $57,300. Call 342. 3/14 4tpd 4/" SECLUDED, CHARMING Unique hideaway yrs. BR
WANTED tobl. 301 South,
....6943 nights. 3/f112tpd 3/14 buildings. Hwy" AIRLINES NOW.HIRING! Reaecvationlst,.,. Sep.atfice. In.cl y..On 7 Ac. Reduced. 89900.
'''"DOCMMOOtirModern kitchen ovUr thY "! ;;1. -' ... 964.6030.TV Itchg$99 and 314COLOR Next to Starke stewardesses and 'ground crew positions HAMPTON LAKE Redwood ft brick 3 BR, 2 S.... Fireplace, scrn'd porch.
water where shrimp crabs, and fish AXLES ft TIRESI'TWO axles and four tlr... up. available. 1-619-569-0241 for TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE 16 Ac. Clear. w/approx. 700' on Hwy 3015. Inc. 2
Truck Stop south of Stark.. '''.8212.
ore plentiful season. Beautiful view. Highest price paid. Green's Welding 11/24 tin details. 24 hrs. 31 I" 3tpd 3/28: deep wells 3 septic tanks 2 MH, Butler Bldg. Stocked pond ft creek

Secluded. On. ocr. plus at Harriet's Shop 301 South Stark., FL. 9645007. 1970 LIFETIME MOTOR HOME 24 ft. good HOUSEKEEPERS Experience preferred .FOR LEASE: Furnished 3 BR, 1 BA home In country with acreage. Pecan trees
Bluff IVi\ hours NE Stork. 964-7835. 11/03tfnchg condition. Some work n..d.d. $4500. but we will train. Must be dependableand ROOM TO ROAM:2565: sq. ft. home on 3'/i Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
3/07 NnNEWLY BUY > SELL TRADE Gold silver ft Call 964-4756 after 6 Anytime on willing to work. Apply In person ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229.
" p.m.
REMODELED 3 BR LR, Lg. Kit. ft diamonds. Will beat anyon. s price on w..k.nds.2/2ltIn only. ECONO LODGE 301 North. 3/14 $99,000 with assum mtg.

DR. D/W utility room front ft back lewelry. Call '.....238 ANYTIME 2/21 USED LUMBER R.cycl.d oak & pin. 2tchg 321EXPERIENCED' SWIMMING POOL 4 BR, 2 BA. Morgan Road.

porch. On on. acre outside city limits. WANTED 4 cycle engine for TO-30 boards, ....'., 2x..'., $15 per pickup SALES PERSON: Apply in al5 ACRES Only S35.00O. 10 Ac. Imp. pasture. 5 Ac. Incl. lake w/flsh.
$26,000 or best offer. 9646493. 3/07 Massey Ferguson tractor. Short blockor truck load. Also 4x4's, $35 for '/. cord. person at Olins Mobile Home, Hwy I INVEST NOW: Commorclal-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 just South of City Limits
2tpd 3/14 .compI.t..ngin._ 9646842. 3/14 Come by Sunshine Acres, Rt. 16 West 100, Starke. 3/14 tfn 13 lots nvoil
3 BR. !'/ BATH HOME Saratoga next to Olln's Mobil. Ham Park RN NEEDED 3 or 4 days per week
Pines' Care Center * *
BUSINESS Whispering
Heights. Corn.r lot. Enclosed garag. Man.-Frl. 9:30 to 230. 3/07 2tchg 3/14
C.ntral H.at ft Air Phon. % .8652. appt.
NEEDED for Whispering PinesCare LAVERN OUTLAW 9645478JOHN
3/07 2tpd 3/14 p.m. 782-3727.3/07 2tchg 3/14 Center Part-time with advance.m.nt GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK. JR. 964-71M'
LIKE NEW SPLIT. LEVEL 2 bath thr. TOMATO PLANTS Four differentvarieties.
bedrooms, fireplace w/insert lorg. YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear Call Harry Faulkner Sr, to full time, 964-6220: for appt. TOMMY CHASTAIN '.....319 MAXINE BOOTH 445-1687
screened porch open porch carport ladles apparel chlldrens, larg. size, 964-6528. Also have cabbage plants Itchg 3/14 VIS'1 WARD 944-7454 DAVID DODGE 964-5370.
combination western store, ac
and workshop. At Klngsley Lak. and eight double automatic hog
cessories. Jordach., Chic Lee, L.vl.Ea.y ,
call 5332019. 3/07 Subscribe Today I
Aft.r 5
90000. waterers, $8 each. 3/07 2tchg 3/14
Izod Tomboy
Street Esprit j
2tpd 3/14 Calvin Klein, S.rglo Volente, Evan 172 JEEP CJ 5, 6 cyl. canvas top $2300; BRADFORD COUNTY
HOUSE TO BE MOVED 3 bedroom large Picon., Liz Claiborn., Members Only RM 125 Suzuki 1980, $375; full size pool TELEGRAPH
living room, larg.dialog room and kit. table, "-In slate. $325. Call 782.3089
Grown Healthtex
Organically ov.r
ch.n. 961.7797.3/11 2tpd 321Subscribe 1,000 others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inv.ntory eves. 3/07 2tchg 3/14 "'=- ,.

training fixtures, grand opening --
I .tc. Can open In 15 days Mr. Keenan

i AUTO or((305)part-time.)PARTS 6783639.DEALERSHIP Solid Itpd 3/14 monthly. Available.Incom.Full NOTICE PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Looking for a Good Deal?

EconoCutLawn Full factory set-up. No experience ClAltlFIID AOVMTISINO
should b. tubmln
Services necessary. $3,775 required. County Tologropholtlc to lhIradtord Check our prices before you pay TOO much!
18003366014. Itchg 3/14
In writing and paid In
782-3408 lawt.ySpecializing MULTILEVEL MARKETING Opportunityto alraady advonco oltabllthad unl_.. credit with this!I. We have been in business in Florida for 34

In: |loin International hydrocultur.company oHk., .
Mowing with proven MLM plan. Party plan TMI TltUMAPH STAFF CAN. years Designing and Custom-Building to meet

General Flower Beds LawnMaintenance sales successful with lucrative while helping results. Become others NOT ClAUIFIIDf SI MUD MISTAKES WHIN NSOONIIS1IfOt AD IN IS 1.2 & 3. Bedroom .Apts. YOUR specific needs. We will also complete

beautify their homes with LUWASA TAKIN OVl THI STAGE YOU
From 150 to 297 to ANY
"NO SOIL" PLANTSYSTEM. Call Collect TIUPHONI.Claitlllod YOUR or building
Exc. Local References ((305)) 886-2367. Itchg 314VACUUM dMdllna to TUES..
DAY. NOON prior to Th..... DESIRE.
...I r..a.., A+.. day publication.

Need Your HouseCleaned tar aach Minimum:12.75.ward chargo than_aatta 10 l I.canto IS,. wards tar 12 & 3 Bedrooms Available Now"]I In the Market for a New Home?

,, ? T T392.3 SALENEW l -_. .- r out our 3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special!

Call LindaA733.t68 & USEDAV Hi Baths, CH/A, Carport, Util. Rm. &: Carpeting

I Starting at $34,800 on your lot
\ Finance Our Own

4 K1KBYS FOR STARKEFLA.SALE OR RENT 1:3: 1530 W. Madison For More Details & Free Estimates Call:

/ Ac. with well septic, elec. KOYALSCUKKKAS Four 1200 sq. ft bldg. $200** per EBV1L NOUSIIKIOffOHTUIIITI Phone 984-6312 INC.
and abandon.d trailer, holly ft pin. month. Ideal for contractor, auto Office Hours: 9 5 LONGCHAMP ,

$17.000. HOOVERS repair, light mfg., storage, lumber
385--3 or 4 BR. 2 BA brick. 15 acres, ELECTKOLUX yard, machine ihop. 964.6853

pool equipped with horse barn pole FILTER QUEENS!; FOR INFO CALL III ,
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barn ft mor. $139,000.1385XSPECI..L SEARS -
: 3 BR I B.... brick COMMERCIAL MCDOUCALLAUCTION : Roberts Real stat-e-

f chain link lenced half acre. eosh_ We repair all makes CO., INC.1.'O.t.71&.8989 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL
;price, $33.000. ,|M N Temple Av.. Carpet (Any '- Scotchgard
Sterke.FI 32091' I II' Al Young'sSince 964-6262 Room $1495 is

STROUTREALTY Cleaning & Hall AvailableDeep
1957 )
eCOMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 ,

IfICOIIPO.AflD 964.6918 -Keytone; -Area-New cedar home'' ., acres and a CB residence. Located on US ( Soil Extraction is Also Available) 95

mom. 3 Miles north of scenic view of fishing lake F/P 301. Owners will leave all inventory, a
Own./Bulld. In'70s. Whole House Special (uv.. ..... Ha/ 3 er.). '
__ JMIMl _413.311" wrecker, and some equipment for the 95

t. i In Excellent brick! home Value-Quiet w/expanse country of 47 living ac. buyer. Call for details. Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . . .

surrounding you. Only 4 ml. from ..FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of 4* 95

Plumbing SuppliesFrom Stark. Unbelievable price) I pecan trees, Improved pastures, fenced & Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & Chair) ::.t.. ; *

toward 1 Bldg.Raiford.lots-Restricted Waiting for off your SRI new Icross-fenced.working 2 barns farm., home with fireplace. ::"? Nat Delighted, Don't PoyV Lo.%Jae w

I Excellent
hqmlIB. .WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home, Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas
.* Acr.s-Ptly. wooded ft cleared I
Durrance w/well built from home In exc. on Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock.1 Florida Carpet Cleaning '& Dye Co.

cond. 301 N. of Stark. Priced right. 'House Is In very good condition. Good ac-
& \ & Commercial)
Pump -. i possible terms. 'cess to the lake. Priced to sell (Licensed & Insured) (Residential .

'-. lets of Space-Brick home w/1 ac., bath. CB: SERVICES OFFERED
Supply Co. 5/2. Breaker area 20 min. from .WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom, 2 PROFESSIONAL

Gainesville S Stork. house on 1 acre. Central heat & air carpet,: We specialize In cleaning and dyeing of waif to wall carpet furniture cleanIng -

U.S. JOI N.-141 N. Tempi! 96'" -1061 ERA TIHIn & Owens Inc. ,chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. I and inside auto detailing. We !otter bids on commercial contracts.
Florida I .
REALTOR CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE I Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free AdviceCaU

.. ..... I 1! Suzanne Kitchens REALTOR- I NEEDS, INCLUDING APPRAISALS ...
i ii Associate George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker -, 964-4997 Call \

;! WeDrlllWelb' I .94-7630 Eves. ZpffyA.Galnes.CSM.Se1.smaa-- li No Answer Call ((904)7331308Satisfaction) Guaranteed ;
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Keystone Heights Ads WANTEDSINGLE HELP WANTEDMAN rPnion County AdS;l.' J

--. -- FEMALI seeking person to FOR LUMBER YARD Handling, .

r shore 3BR mobile home In Keystone lumber and building materials, truck .
FOR RENT FOR SALE ar.a. $200 per month Include utllltl. driving some count.r tale. some REAl ESTATE fERSONAL SERVICES
Days 9.3 call "473-4826 after 3 p.m. maintenance work. Permanent with ..

lIALTY.lEALTOI pipe and fittings. Wat.r softeners, Writ. to: P. O. Box 364, Lak. Geneva. PROPERTY? If I don't have It. I'll findIt Package deal; 2" or 4" wells, water

Rental Property Available Bryan Ace Hardwar. Keystone Hgts., SERVICES FL 32660 Itchg 3/14 Just ask. JANE S. USHER pumps, new Installation of septic
1 Ill 2 BA. lake Santa F. Unfurnished. 473-4006 9/24 tfnchg HOMEWORKERS NEEDED NOW .' $' 00" REALTOR 496-2126 or "496-2903 tanks, drain fields and lift stations.

No pet. $400 per month. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series plus weekly. Guaranteed. Follow Instructions. eves "Your Union Coun.ea/tor./ Mobile home pole available. All .
*M, >iA.Color bone loke. Completely organ with doubl. keyboard base CARPENTER WORKS Remodeling work Send SASE for details to 8/04 tfnMOUNTAINLAKI work guaranteed call Tommy Don : _
furnished $400 per month and $400ecurlty pedals and rhythm section $795. Call kltch.n cabinets and trim carpentry. RTM ft Associates, P. O. Box 057563 HOMES/LOTS In man 2752151. UFN 9/. ;

deposit. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after W..t Palm Beach FL 334057563. North Carolina and Georgia- For HOMEMADE CLOTH'S AND ALTERATIONS i

OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center. weekends for appointment to '_. tfn 9:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg ItFCAN FREE listings contact. Carolina Country "By Vere" Call 496-3246.
$200 per month and $200 security SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2V4 miles CARPET AND VINYL Repair and In. MOM'S. RETIREES ANYONE Grow milk Real Estate P.O. Box 686 4--chg 2/21-3/14
d.po.lt. east of Melrose. Hedge plants, 3 for$1. stallations. Fr.. ..tlmat... T.n years cultures at home. Earn $60 to $80 Hayesvllle. N.C. 28904. 704/389-8339 PIANO LESSONS. Private Indlvlduolli- .:.: .
9 BR. I IA unfurnished house. No $S llmlt.12/20 tfnchg experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for weekly. Port-tim.. For details: National Itchrg 3/28 FCAN .d Instruction with experienced

refrigerator. $279 per month.I ELECTRIC SIGN 3.15 ft...,for commercial Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Culture Farms, 1-502-842-4011. Like New All Brick Home. 3 BR, 2 BH. teacher All 0,... Beginners
/R. PURNISHED efficiency cottages. business. $800.Will consider small outboard HANDYMANt All kinds of home repair, 8423323. 1tFCANMOBILE family room two Inside utility rooms, welcome. Call 4962017. 4-pd
By week or month.IeEVSTONI In trod. 475.3309.- mobll.hom.repairs,and fix-up needs. central heat/air double carport 3/7-28
HEIGHTS REALTY MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point count.rtop No lob too small. Minor plumbing HOMES fenced yard. 160 N.E. 9th Ave Lake $.C. AND H CUSTOM MEATS Located :
._Itor.473-491 model, $100; Early American tobl. repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul. Butler. Owner financing on Sr-239-A we will butcher hogs or '
6/21 tfnchg lamp brass trim on mopl., $25; Quality Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. 96-29"8.I-chg 38FORSA1E cows for$10 per head. Cut and wrap
rang. hood with fan and light $25. >&M GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing LAKE GENEVA .- 84 ft. on water. 3BR for 18 cents per Ib., quick freeze 2

OFFICE OR RETAIL SPACI For rent. 473-4648 evenings-..473-2210 days tfn raking light hauling tilling. Call mobile home well and septic tank cents per lb. Call Janle Hayes I
Good location. 150 Lawrence Blvd FULL MATTRESS and box springs, $35; 473-7607 or 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg storage bldg., large deck 32900. 485-1884 or James Stol nak.r
across from Eagles. Inqulr. at Diana Twin mattress and box springs, $30 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng.. Down payment of $5,000 monthly payment 962276.chg 3/14-4/4 I
Original. 473-7771. Tu...-Frh and 11-3 4732252. Itpd 3/14 Hand rubb.d oil finishes. Call Jac $300. Coll 473-4058 after 6 p.m. I

on Sat. tfnchg 3/14 METAL BUILDING -25x50 drive In doors, 473.2521.tfnchg 1/24 2tpd 3/14-3/21 1976 PLYMOUTH' ARROW 4-Cyl. I
MOBILE HOME On Deer SprIng. Lake. toned BB, fenced, 3 phase elect. Call ACTION CARPET CLEANING Living 1 ACRE LOT 70 ft. mobile home. 3BR. ENGINE. $269. FOR RENT
2BR. 1BA with larg. porch. Furnished. after 5 p.m. 4734667. Itchg 3/14 room dining room 8 hall $24.95. Each 2BA Road 21... $1,500 dawn $243 a 1976 CHEVY 6 Cyl. engine runs perfect _
$289 per month. 473-2292. Itpd 3/14 1220 MULTI COLORED shag carpeting, additional room $12. Call 473-2278. month. Call 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 2tpd $265.

197* lidO MOIILI HOME 2BR. 1BA. $75; 8x10 braided multi-brown gold DEPENDABLE MAN with 2 ton truck 3/14-3/21 If74 FORD 6 Cyl. engine runt perfect TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING

half acre private lot. Hlghrldge Estates. rug $60. Both In excellent condition will do any type hauling, chain saw -- $235. MACHINES FOR RENT Union County
Times 150 Main Lake Butler.
$290 month deposit required. 473-7777. 3/14 work FERTILIZER $12 pick-up truck
per Itchg dolly trips to county dumps. Fr..
FOR SALE load. Phone 496-2261 for Information .TFN
473-2730. Itchg 3/14 1977 SCOTTY TRAVEL TRAILER 15 ft., estimates, 1-481-4265. tfnchg 2/14 You load.
On Lak. front mobile ASK US ABOUT NEW GMC. PETTirS C.O.'s. OUT OP TOWN Save up to
SPEND SUMMER sleeps good condition. 1095. Call PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
home patio. 2BR 2BA boat and dock. 4732015. Itchg 3/14 mildew peeling paint from home., 1982 FORD 150 PICKUP Fiberglass top USED CARS. "''-2600.chI 3/4 $80 mo. 13.000 miles a year! PINES

4734186. Itpd 3/14 14 FOOT YELLOWSTONE Travel trailer driveway, mobile homes. Call Rick low mileage, cruise, PS PB, auto 1974 FORD GRAN TORINO 302- QUALITY LIVING. Laundry. Park
MOBILE HOME 2BR. 1BA $229 per Sleeps 6, flushing toilet stove, awn. 4732452. 4tchg 3/14-4/4 trans, air and more. $8,400. 475-3309. Automatic. Great Shape $990 Recreation Car Pools, FRIENDLY AT-
month. 4737683. Itchg 3/14 Ing. 1175. Call 473.2277.3/l4tfnchg CARPENTRY/MASONARY Additions, 4tpd 2/28-3/14 4311407. 1-chg ... MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 lake
SIR 2BA LAKEFRONT HOME On Lake brick block floors, tll. work. 473-4473. 1979 FORD VAN A/C, A/T AM-FM- TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE $2.50 a Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13
G.neva. Heat and A/C. Located on SE LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. $13,500. 4tchg 2/21-3/14 TAPE-CB, New brakes, runs and look hundred 496.3585.2-pd 3/8-14 TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH home at
Lak. Lane. $400 p.r month. Call Own.r will finance. $164 p.r month. CAR WASH Saturday March 16. 9 Goodl I $4,900 4732252. Itpd 3/14 1977 VW RABBIT 4-door hatch delux, 150 S.W. 5th Avenue' Lake Butler.
473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 air Adults preferred, no pets please.
473-7777. 3/14 tfnchg a.m.-S p.m. Charlie's! Shell Station. conditioning am/fm radio
2 ACRES Off of Gasline Rd Keystone 4-speed excellent cond. $1500 firm. $140 per month first and last
Heights. Nlc. area. $9,000. 473-2210 FOR ALL YOUR ALTERATION NEEDS MISCELLANEOUSPAC Call 496-2193 between 00-7:00 p.m. month' rent In advance, plus security -
YARD SALE days or 475-1851 evenings tfn Call Joyc. 4737122. Jeans hemmed, 1-chg 314RAINFREE deposit. References. preferred.
V ACRE Corn.r fenced lot septic tank rips and tears, cloth. making. RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture COASTAL BERMUDA HAY Phone 496-3087 or 4962975. UFN

SATURDAY March 16, E. Lake VI.w and light pole. Halfmoon Lak., $4.000. R.f.r.nc. 3tchg 3/14-3/28 appliances, household Items, Round and square bal... Phone 2/28
Drive. 9am.12 p.m. Throw pillow. Call 17831132. 4tchg 3/14-4/4 LAWN MAINTENANCE Spring time collectable, glassware old jewerly 496-3981 Lake Butler Fla. 1-pd 3/14 HOUSE FOR RENT In Lake Butler.
king size bedspread dresser chest "BY clean-up. Raking of leaves, cutting tools, etc 473,2183 tfnchg 7/26 FOR SALE BY OWNER 10 or 20 acres Security deposit required. Call
OWNER 3 BR. 2 BA 1,960 ft. limbs t
night stand etc. Itchg 3/14 sq. edging pruning bushes. Call MULTI-LEVEL MARKETING Opportunityto w/complete mobile home hook-up 755.6969.
RAIN OR SHINE Saturday March 16. 8 Many extras, 8 3/4 assumable mortgage for .stimat.473.2278 Itchg 3/14 loin International hydrocultur. com on Sr-121 miles North of LaCrosse. HOUSE FOR RENT 6 bedrooms,

a.m. til ? Hutcheson Rood (Bottom of 69500. 4733343. 4tpd pany with proven MLM plan. Party plan Call 496-3939 or 462.3068 or nights reasonable rates. Nice location. Call

hill) 4737321. Itpd 3/14 2/21-3/14 HELP WANTED sales with lucrative results. Become 621595.chg 3/14-4/4 4963018. 1-chg 3/14
MOVING SALE Friday and Saturday. 3BR successful while helping oth.r.b.autlfy MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1980 Guerdon
Out Gasllne Rood. Follow signs Itpd 2BA. 1 block from golf course. H.at their homes with LUWASA Pacemaker 2 BR, 1 3/4 BH, HELP WANTEDLPN
314Starke pump many extras, $" .DOG. 4752598. BARBER/HAIR STYLIST 4734007. Ask "NO SOIL" PLANTSYSTEM. Call collect $1,000 negonobl..quity and .
3tpd 3/14-3/28 for Ed. 4tchg 2/21-3/14 ))305)) 8862367. ,ItFCAN $166.92 month. Call
per POSITION Frank Wells Health
I 496.3316.2-chg 3/14-21 Facility all shifts available contact
Agnes Rowe 2593131. ext. 222.
Ads chair, ottoman 2 end tables. In Excellent 2-chg 38BUSINESS

condo $325.00 Phone OPPORTUNITIES National

4963099. 1-chg 3/14 Company looking for Satellite Antenna
FURNITURE couch and chair like new
and Phone Dealers. No Experience
: MOTORCYCLES CARS I TRUCKS FOR RENT FOR RENT 1 dining table w/benches, 1 Maytag pay Required. Complete Unit

automatic washer 1 apt. else Prices $499.00 and Up. Retail
'83 LINCOLN 4-door. Signature series, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKiMobile rellrgerator. 1 four drawer Chester $1,295.00. 24 hours 3035707800.
197 SUZUKI GSIOOO. reduced to 1450. EXTRA NICE I2x65i 2BR
Ilk. 16800. Loon valu., $16,000. MH large drawer. Will sell all for $200. Call
new Homes and spaces for r.nt. 2-pd 3/14-21
1983 GL1IOO Aspencode, 10,000 miles screened front porch, furnished carport 496.2308.3/14 ..
4732214. 11/01 -
reduced to $4,950. 1974 GT 750 .>lC. Recreational vehicles w.lcom. Phone utility I lot -
1912 JEEP CHEROKEE Larado package.Excellent ..68.29129/16 tfn room acre on Hwy. 16. RAIL FENCE FOR SALE Call for more Info -
mech. $795. Kawasaki 125 only $295 $275/mo. 1st and last $150 security 431-1737. I 3/14
(needs point). CURLES CYCLES Hwy condition $9600 call 24 FOOT TRAILERi 1 or 2 adults only. No dep. No children or pets. 964.8218 INSURANCE
4732214. 12/13 tfn
331 9646020.. Itchg 314BOATS pets. By appt. KOA Kampground. after 6 p.m. Available 3/30. Itchg 3/14 LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to
1974 FORD Truck for sale,
Dump 964.8484,1/31 tfn MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mil. choose from. Send for free brochure. MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
533.2474.1/03 tfn HOTEL ROOMS) By the night $7; by the from Stark. city limit. Clean. No Honest Abe Log Homes. Rte. I. Box Lake Avenue, Lak. Butler 4963978.
1910 FORD F-2501 LWB. V-8, PS, PB..peed. .
week $25 up; by the month $100 up. children or pet. Hwy. 16, W. Call. 84CF Moss, Tennessee, 38575. Complete Insurance Service. TFN.
"-. AM/FM. 44,000 mil... Excellent -
MAGNOLIA HOTEL across from Post
168.132310/7 tfn .6152583648. Itchrg 3/28 FCAN
14 FT.BASS BOAT AND TRAILER With 25 condition.47507823660.314 Office. Stark. 2/21 tfn
CLEAN MOBILE HOMESi for rent. On ..... .. .
2tpd 3/21 # ........ .. #
hp Johnson motor electric trolling STREETS Will Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call .
motor. like new. 2250. Call 964.6943 193 GMC PICK UP PS AT. 9644573. design and remod l to suit your needs 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn YARD SALE No Money Down

of,6:30 p.m. Itpd 3/14 3/07 2tpd 3/14 Call 964-6305 ask for Sylvia. 3/07 tfn STUDIO APARTMENTS Weekly monthlyrates. $217.43 per mo. buys 1989 14x703J

191316'CHSENOt 9.9 Johnson outboard. *I9U$5.100.473.2961.DATSUN TRUCKS Must King..11 Cab..'31 looded'1 4 BR BRICK HOME Cent. A/Heat. Two- Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Tem- YARD SALE O ,Jmll.outl\ 231 BR/2 BA...Includes ,wood aiding.. \L-;,
trolling' motor trailer' gas tank and car garage 964.6490 or 964-8877': 3/VT.1.<; DI..v..7/28tfn. Ti' -.f"! lll(' (t>oy i'GtSvr1 '.','5bS"l fWlara.)1 lAtnly; f 17fi'epoe/aetsreanpaddleJgylydch "(M"
bearing budd''... $1600. 964-8723.3/07 314l$1 2tchg 3/14 ; r**********************+*| 9:00: till. Household boys and adult furniture & much more. No down "&I
VW RABBIT convertible, $6,600
2tchg 3/14 or LARGE TWO-STORY HOMEs $375 per mo. Take Over > clothing toy., book., light fixture, payment to qualified buyers.Call .
best offer. Curies Cycles, Hwy. 301 Payments
SEARS FIBERGLASS JON-BOAT Swivel plus deposit. 106 N. Church St.
Mr. Ford
South. Itchg 3/14. 1985 14 Wide 2 BR. Completely electric curlers, curling Iron. Ceramic
eats, 7.S hp Mercury motor trailer 964.8944.3/07 tfn 473-7237
molds, chlldrens skates, twin mattress
trolling motor.$650. Call 9645044.307 1969 PONTIACs $350.1970 Plymouth Station 3 BR. 2 BA CI HOUSES In city limits. $350 furnished set-up&delivered. kAt1ReRR11eeRfRRR
1 314Steve .
etc -chg .
2tchg 3/14 Wagon $350. 964-6497. Itpd 3/14 mo. Stove and refrlg. furnished. 141.64 mo. -- ..-... -I.
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IB FT. BONITO w/150 Mercury. Walk. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS CARS/TRUCKS 964.5423,3/07 tfn w/smoll closing cost. -
thru windshield. Gator trall.r. $3800. und.r $100. Now available In your NEAR GRAHAMs 1 BR trailer. Completely Call Mr. Ford 473-7237 4*

782.3069.3/012tchg 3/14 area. Call 16195690242. 3/14 3lpd furnished. Includes heat and air. $60 .. ._. for. details. __ J-_ ..---- ... Chimney Fires
3/28 wk. 489-1371. Itchg 3/14 ... -#dr a.4r# -- Are Among the Top 10
--- 1984 FORD RANGER 4x4s fully loaded HOME FOR RENT IN COUNTRY OH M.ng
BroadwayTREE Home-Fire Hazard
low miles, take ov.r lease payments of Dairy Rd., Hampton. Newly remodeled
Shop & !!
LAND FOR SALE Compare A Dirty Chimney
$220.50. phone 7823613. Itchg 3/14 2 BR, LR kit DR. $275/mo. 9646714. SERVICE .
1979 TORINO Good$400 neg. "" .5006. 3/14 2tchg 3/21 Sptt'i.il Insurance for Also Causes

ONI ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. call In oft.rnoon. Itpd 3/14 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, I bath $225 per :Mobile home Parks Removal Heat LossSmokeFilled

$3.000. $300 down $75. per mo. Call 1969 DODGE PICKUPi $900. 964.6819 month. 473-7683. Itchg 3/14 ..All I t\x-s of homf Trimming Rooms
9645606. 10/4 tfn ofter 6 p.m. Itchg 3/14 TWO
BEDROOM mobile home located In owners policies for
. LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down 1983 GMC Pick-ups 1/2 ton short wheelbase private section on Grlffls Loop. Phon. mobile Stump Removal Protect your home

\\\J\ bolonce In five years, financing by AC, PS auto overdrive, AM/FM 468-2374 after 6 p.m 3/14 2tchg 3/21 homesit Firewood And Family
i owmn.964.6853.12/1311n. tilt steering wheel n.w tires, $6,900 HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR 2 BA CB house Call 'for Quote Free Kstimati With A
ACRE LOTS Plsasant Grov. Settlement. firm. 964-4573. 3/14 2tpd 3/21 In city limits. R.f. needed. %4.8783 or Safe Chimney
3500. $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. Call 1976 CHEVY Scotsdole, V8. PS, PB AT, 9646115. Itchg 3/14 Olin's Mobile 473.4732

964.5606. 1/03 tfn' AC CB, AM/FM/Cassette, spoke SIX ROOMS and bath. Furnished opt. Home Salos After 5 P.M. Call: '".8278
1._ ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY wheels w/rodlol tires, dual exhaust, $200/mo. plus $75 security deposit. No Blankenship Chimney Sweep
ROADs $2600. $250 dn., $100 per mo. .t.p bump.r; fiberglass topp.r. Clean pets. Small furnished 2 BR house, $150mo Elaine M. Olin, Agent Keystone Heights
Call 964-5606. 1/03 tfn and ..c. condition. See to appreciate. plus $75 dep. No pets. 9648071.
964-5606 Licensed & Insured
: 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C.227) 35007823172. Itpd 3/14 Itcha 3/14 ..
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3500. $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. Call NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 -0.---
964.5606:1/03 tfn BA apt. For more Information call Lake '

n, 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROADi $1,999 Butl.r Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Subscribe :
ERA Tiffin & Owens I Inc.
: p.r ac. $1OOO dn.. $250 per mo. Call Housing. 617 tfnchg_ _. ..:: Today ,
i:,; 964-5606.1103 tfn -
t c': LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; aft.r -- \ RealtorFormerly

9, call 964-5291. 3/07 tfn Mobile Home Poles I FLORILAND a 221 Lafayette FAULKNER St.-Across from REALTY Wishbone I

PERSONAL SERVICES I Moa.-Fri.8:30 o.m"SIIO p.m.
100 AMP $145Call i REALTY
Saturday a.m.to 12 noon
: SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All 473-7862 or 272-5842 964-7700 964.5065

makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, 393 N. Temple Ave. _
$15. Used machines for sale. .
Jam. Strickland sewing corn.r Morgan Rd. .--. -. ., Vernle P. Odom :=; "Take Advantage) of Our Exclusive: -

C and 16 Stark. 9648733. 1/03 tfn I Brok.rGRIMotivated U M Z SYSTEM
r. CHAIN LINK FENCES In.tolled. Freeestimates. "
Seller | *3 BR, 2 BA on I acre with large screened porch. Come by I take a look.
x Handy-Man F.nc. Co. For Your Convenience Ak for Jeff
Owner Reddish 964-8559.3/29 .3 BR. 3 Acre Lewtew Hi 1*1500 SQ. FT. HOME with 2 BR 2 BA on 6.1 acres. ..
tfn Tommy .ConWoskdCWaxed Oil Changes Trees Cut 'Painting ('"Trailer ft 'A Ac. (m/l) for sole. *3 BR 2 BA Mobil. Home on nice lot with fencing.

9 MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King six Pressure Washing Owner financing avail. *3 ACRES ON SR 100 toward. Lake Butler.

Also have quilts for sale. Assorted Call Jeff. 473-3468 f.YardsCIeaned ,.!3 ... I M Name In Saratoga Hgts. *LOVELY FARM HOME: W.II maintained w/18.9 acres partly wooded and

sizes and designs Betty Hlldebrand 1..ndln.I.000 sq. ft.Adapt. to yourus.ge. cleared fruit trees, greenhouse.
\ 9648122. 6/21 tfnchg -- -- -- *ONLY $32,500 will put you In this cute home near Brooker Elementary.

WANT TO DRINK ..y4tpB. t4. M.-a..t....................+11I19., Building with, lot*'of space. 3 different *FARMERS A RANCHERS: don't miss this I 47 acres, pond. Irrigated and brick

f THAT'S YOUIIUSINISS HELP WANTED: Instructor store. Owner will hold mortgage home, |lu.t" miles from Starke.
f. WANT TO STOP to qualified ,buyer. *REDUCED LAKE HOME: w/3 potential rentals on 13 min. from Starke,
THAT'S OURS Teaching Daily Living Classes In a sheltered LAND WITH TERMS f 169000. '",

Alcoholics Anonymous96441SO9646894964e434 workshop setting. BS/BA in Special Ed or related 2 A-t Ac. tract *BROOKER: Lots of great family living space with 5 BR, 2 BA, I acre fenced.
181 Ac. Good hunting wood, I *2 LOTS READY for your new home only $9.000 each. Nice area.
'I pd thru 8/16 yrs. College and 2 yrs. experience with Developmentally Graham area. 1 *LAWTEY: 17 acres posture, barn fenced 2 wells

CARPENTRY WORKs Porch., repairs, Disabled. : 198 Ac. Front SR IB, Worthington 16 WEST: close to school 3 BR I IIA large lot. ,
remodeling work decks; mobile home .' i *COMM. 301 S.: 22 mlnrstorages. positive cash flow. '
I repair Call 964.6232.3/14 2tpd 3/21 Salary: $11,300 $12,500 and Quarterly Bonus and Spgs.. Union 1 SR 100 S. 2 house remodeled
:. 114 Ac. Front Co. Rd. 18. ft Co. Rd. : story |lust new,root CHBA: 35000.
LARGE BACKHOE. B yd. dump truck Excellent Fringes. Union Co. I''*COMM. 301 N. 2 parcels 600 R/F.
; haul fill dirt will do private or subcon : 238. Wothlngton Spring.
Dl I*6 UNIT 8 HOUSE: Only 88500. Good terms.
tract. Call O.K.. 489-1879. After 9:30, Resume or Application to: Bob Larimer, Director, .. 7|*FRAME: 3 BR. I BA 11000. I

t' 1851461.2/211tchg 3/14 Sunshine Industries, P.O. Box 509 Starke i*PINE TREE INN: Versatile business' location.
SfWINOs Plain ft fancy; weddings,' Janet M. I*2 UNIT RENTAL: 25000.
dr..... Florida 32091
designs, tailoring suits,
dCAR REPAIR SHOP and living quarter. Hwy. 301,
'f drapes, slipcover, men's, women's fe4'.............rarw..+'ae.........et<...at..+fiw. i StarlingRealtor l'4'1 RENTAL UNITS: $69,900 Owner financing.
and children clothe Yvonne's, 254 .
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- I *6 RENTAL UNITS: Church St. Needs remodeling.
Westmoreland. Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. '
,'Mon.-Frl. 964.7489.3/012tpd 3/14 MINI-FARMETTE: 3 BR, 2 BA brick has several pecan trees, with S acre*. >
JfRXV ELECTRICALs Reasonable i LAKE LOTS: Now Is a good time to purchase. Excellent term. .
Free estimate, prompt service.prices. iatlt! CtOurtnag! c zButlllftu 3nt. ; VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy. I.j We have acreage from 1.400 per acre and up. Call for location..

......11.. 310711chg 3/28 125. $49.000. I MH on 1/2 acre, Woodlawn Acres, 16000. ,II
COMPUTERIZED BOOKKEEPING : Realtor/Builder 473-7060 ,:, .S ACRES: $11,000:; 10 ACRES I*RAIFORD. : 3 BR, 1 BA on large lot with workshop furnished only 16900.

BUSINESS CONSUlTINOl Key Business 22000. Susan Faulkner Reddish
Service, 377-0944 or 7823949. Itchg the hill .4.87 ACRES:Well septic tank 17x35 '
Large variety of Lots A Acreage In, region of BradfordCo. ." Talman pool fenced/eros-fenced. Sale ManagerEvenings 944-404I '
3/14 & Lot No tank mounds REALTOR ASSOCIATES I
few Triplex septic
A Duplex paved
MY Road "
< '125 West. On. mil. between motels. roads Our community water system 4 Owner financing I .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. Irene 1. Faulkner 944-S142 Elite Johns SM-MU iRex !.

, For further Info. all 782-3929. 3/07 Gainesville Pv'd frntg. 12500. Slemer 473-1110 Sutenne Kltthen.*944-7430
.t 'from $3950". Central to Jacksonville Palatka and 9 Ac. Bob Matthew 944-7111 Lou
Young 944-7S2S
XtchoSVMCAMMOtAEV Starke. .20 Ac.: Cov'd In pine Caret l Werner 944-4992 'I|
; PAINTiNGs Interior and r e50 Ac. 50000.
exterior. Reference. Phone 4737517. .3 BR, 1 BA: Country. 25500. COMMERCIAL-RESIDENTIAL

cut TO ORDER Door, window. {Beautiful, high wooded, single family hotnetltei on paved ,. SERVICB STATION $40,000 Carol Warner-REALTOR ASSOC.

, etc.64-e07e.JACKSON$. Orden BUILDING also token SUPPLY In Lake, : road with community water. One' acre and more from ((904))712-3931 Property Management DivisionI ,

utter 4944071 and Keystone Height+ '$&9So.00. Excellent terms. iy i iI. it P.O. Drawer :
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<:J! Decorative Fabrics, Ltd. Direct Connections Van Conversions

219 'I 10037 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville 6212 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, FL I
Hogan Street
Phone Jacksonville Near Regency Phone 7257602Derrick Phone 725-8030 ,,
358-1713 and Polly Kessell, owners -
-219...... .- If you want your van customized Direct Connections is the place to see
You will find first quality upholstery and drapery fabrics at outlet or call because they can make it something special. Custom-made for you
When It comes to smartness in ladles wear, Lahn's features the finest prices. In fact, they carry in stock one of the southeast's largest selections -all it takes is a trip to their shop and let them know just what you want
You will
find, here distinctive clothes by top designers, in all the nespring of upholstery and drapery fabrics. and need for your van.JDeluxe or Economy they give discount prices toaD
dinner.and summer colors and fabrics. Dresses from morning through This is 'where most people enjoy shopping for their upholstery and -They can install captain's chairs and sofas, sun roofs,interior and exterior I
drapery fabrics because they know they carry only quality fabrics. accessories,when you have decided just what you want.Then their
You will find here the newest suits that seem to be"made Just for you". Decorative Fabrics Ltd. has been very selective in their buying this experts will get to work and before you know it, you will have your van
Just for your trip, Easter, business, or school you will choose from year and you will find the most beautiful materials from top manufacturers ready and waiting for you they do total van customizing or they will sell
Jacksonville's best selections when shopping Lahn's in all the new colors in all kinds of materials, In beautiful colors and patterns. The you what you want and need if you wish to do the work yourself.
and styles. This season and every season fashion wise and price wise in result Is you will find lots of adorable fabrics to suit any decor at affor This is a business that requires experience and they employ only the
ladies, come to Lahn's for chic clothing unsurpassed in quality.seleCtions Come dable prices.If it's drapery and upholstery fabric you want you will find it best. So, go by or give them a call and your van will be ready for summer
and select
your "special occasion" wardrobe now while are here. fun. See. Jack or Carolyn Bartlett, owners.
most complete. Feel snug and look sharp in clothes from Lahn's,
Come in soon and see them for all your upholstery and drapery
Downtown Jacksonville
shop.Jacksonville materials. You will be glad you did. They are open 10 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.,

Livestock Auction Co. Monday through Saturday. Mandarin Meadows Pottery & Plants

North; Florida Farmer's Livestock MarketThe 11415 San Jose Blvd., Mandarin, FL
Phone 268-1477<<
two above livestock markets are prominent and well-known in this Ingram Motor Sales
I area. 1352 Main Street Jacksonville FL Shopping for beautiful plants and pottery is not difficult if you go to the
Jacksonville Livestock Auction Company is located at 1172 N. lIalsema right place. Mandarin Pottery Plants is the ideal place to shop because
Road Whitehouse, FL.Phone 7814677. Cattle and hogs on Monday at 2 Phone 355-1636 they:specialize in live plants,artificlals,silks and decorative accessories.
p.m. horse pony & tack sale. Third Saturday at 1:00: p.m. Thomas The very high prices of new cars bring prospective automobile buyersto They do designing and they sell and lease. So, making your selections in
Waldrop. i Ingrain's Motor Sales where they know they will find a good used car atan this store will not be a task but a pleasure.
North Florida Farmers Livestock Market is located 2 miles North of affordable price. You will find plants, pottery, and accessories for the home, hospital,office -
I-7S on Highway 441, Lake City, FL. Phone 735-3578. Auction every This is one of Jacksonville's most popular places to buy and you can etc. You will revel in their selection of plants, silks, etc. Here you
| Wednesday at 1:30: p.m. buy here on easy terms. They will be glad to finance your car, truck or will find nice arrangements for Bob's office, Aunt Kate or Mary Sue,
Here is an old and tried institution of this section and is enjoying a thriving van. which your purse will not find difficult to absorb. In fact,almost anything
business which covers a wide territory. When you consign livestock to Ingram Motor Sales offers the people of this area a better automobile, one could want in the way of lovely plants, etc. can be found here. So, go
this firm you can always depend upon getting the best market value for truck, or van not someone else's problem because he is very selective in by soon you will be glad you did I
your: livestock as they are among the most favorably known firms in this his buying.
line in northeast Florida. The management is an automobile expert.With many years experiencein
This company has always assisted materially in the growth and expan the business, he personally inspects each car, truck, or van on his lot.
sion of the city as a trade center and have been partially responsible for Putting customers behind the wheel of a good-looking automobile has Kennedy Construction Company, Inc.
the renewed activity in stock raising in this section. Here the farmers are made him many friends and customers. FL
4104 St. Road Jacksonville
I assured of honest weight for livestock and therefore conduct a business Remember Ingrain's Motor Sales when considering the purchase of a Augustine
that is of high commercial value to the public. Remember that were the used car, truck or van. You'll get exactly what you want in an automobilewith Phone 398-6438
farmers of this community compelled to ship their livestock elsewhere, a visit to Ingram Motor Sales So stop by soon and drive home In a This is your authorized dealer for American Buildings. These modern
they would fall far short of getting the prices this concern will give them. great used car, truck or van. All cars, etc. are guaranteed 100% for 30 metal buildings are modern systems to meet your building needs for industrial
The raising of livestock is a prominent feature in farming today and is days or 1,000 miles by Bill Ingram, owner, and he will finance or bank commercial use such as schools, stores, offices, etc. This contractor
providing a paying line in all advantageous local market conditions, add- financing is available. is prominent and well known in this section with a reputation for
ed to the best market value got by this company and are responsible, in a the kind of building that is built to last.They are the dealer in this area for
large measure, for the renewed interest on the farms of this particular the American all-metal buildings and there is a great demand for their
I line. Pro-Marketing Associates buildings because they are pre-engineered. You can select the kind and
3549 Jacquline Dr., Jacksonville FL size of building you want and it takes a very short time to have it ready for
Mobley Phone 743-1186 use, thus you save time and money and there is little or no upkeep. Your
building never needs painting. The first cost you might say is the last
Trailer & Equipment Service Serving Jacksonville since 1981, as a Fund Raising Specialist.If cost.
450 Ryan Avenue Jacksonville FL you are interested in fund-raising for your club, school, church, or There are many public and private American Buildings throughout
Phone 387-5651 any organization, this is the place to see or call Mr. Teague. The owner northeast Florida that stand as examples of the American Buildings and
can help you to make money whether you need a large or small amountas Kennedy Construction's career. The success of such concerns as this
This firm has served this area for almost half-a-century. Featuring he has a complete fund-raising program complete Unicorn program mean much in the development of this section.Mignon's .
Brown truck bodies, these are aluminum, fiberglass, steel-truck bodies Amer-A-Thon.
refrigerated insulated and dry wall. These are custom built to your Specializing in Pizza Ohio Country Store-24-Item Merchandise Mart ,
also for flatbed and stake bodies. and Pencils O'Connell's Merk and
specifications. See them Repairing Specialty Family Portraits Cheese Restaurant
painting also Maxon and Todco lift gates and rail lifts. Sausage-Super Mug distributor and much, much more. It's a wellknownfact Panama Seafood
They are expert welders featuring stainless steel and aluminum that there is no one firm that has met with greater favor with the 491 Trout River Drive, Jacksonville FL
welding. Paul Mobley is owner of this fine firm. It is a well-known fact fund-raising organizations than Pro-Marketing Associates, by reason of Phone 764-4133
that there is no institution in the community that has met with greater the fact the management has had wide experience in every feature of the Mrs. Mignon Mathis owner and manager
favor with the public than this well-known establishment.By fund-raising business and because of their comprehensive knowledge of 1
reason of the fact that the management has had wide experience in every branch of the trade. They have continued to witness the increase in For a delicious meal you will never forget, dine at this fine restaurant
every feature of this business.Thoroughly conversant with the conditions their number of patrons. ..ov where you will always find food at its best. L -,
I and'VwMe experience hi thh-partfcular/ield.of endeavor, the manage-- They deal on a large scale In every phase of the fund-raising business.Thoroughly No matter what the size or scope of a restaurant; Is still the matter of I
merit of this enterprising concern has been able to render a service to the conversant with the conditions of the country and a wide ex- the small details the personal service and the quality of the food unique is f
| people in their line that is distinctly satisfactory. perience in fund-raising, the management of this enterprising concern the one word for Mignon's Panama Seafood Restaurant because here you
has been able to render a service to the people in their line that is distinctly find just what you want in the finest of seafood (including smoked mullet
satisfactoryl! Appalachicola oysters) and much more and is recognized as one of the
The Silk Shop great places to dine. So plan to dine here soon where every guest is a
V.I.P. Open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; Saturday 4 p.m. |
Fashions in Dress Fabrics Bryant's Lingerie SpecialtiesBloomers to 11 p.m. Closed Monday.

2020 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville FL Etc. & Surgical Supplies. If you haven't browsed through
Phone 396-2545 Bloomers, Etc., you have missed a treat so come on over and treat
in fine yourself to a trip through the ultimate in undies where you will find the
I The Silk Shop has served this area for over half a century who largest selections in northeast Florida. Lingerie in a complete line of the Colonial Interiors & Florist
for People
fabrics. They will special-order decorator fabrics you. cotton and silken things so dear to the hearts of women. Includingsuch
this fine fabric shop. This is dainty 1034 Park Street, at 5 Points Jacksonville
] care enough to sew the best enjoy shopping line of famous houses as Lilly of France, Dior, Sasson Gilead, Bali,
I truly the place to shop for fabrics, laces, patterns, a very complete Vassarette, Shadowline, and much more. Also have a nice selection of Phone 3583522You

notions and much, much more. market affords Roxanne swimwear. Come in while the selection is still tops and browse will be more than pleased to know that Colonial Interiors will I
I They specialize in fabrics that are the finest American-made and best the' materialand around for some magical creations to make you a little prettier or for a custom-make beautiful Williamsburg country ruffled curtains for you in I
I at affordable prices. The very best in daily. gift to make Kate, Mary and Sue a little happier.And,don t forget they offer the true Williamsburg colors and prints on whatever you desire. I
I some imports, spring and summer fabrics arriving selection of fabrics for professional services in surgical specialties. They feature custom fitted You are unique, shouldn't your windows be? Why should they look like I
I Why don't you come by and see their exciting colors and fabrics bras and corsets, breast prosthesis, Jobst stockings, mastectomybras everyone else when Colonial Interiors & Florist can make them !
spring and summer (and all year) in all your favorite also lingerie and swimwear. Walk-ins or by appointment. So go by something special? With something custom-made for you, all it takes is a
from play and school clothes to Sunday best. for the most soon you will be glad you did.Dyal visit so they can get to know you, your taste,your personality the look I
The Silk Shop may well be termed as style headquarters you want your rooms to have. Then their experts will get to work. They i
discriminating seamstress of the city and state. will help you choose from the hundreds of designer fabrics and styles.
Go by soon and shop or browse. You will be glad you did Tile Company They will put professional seamstresses on the Job producing the flawless

9723 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville FL draperies and window treatments that your windows deserve. They won't
Koons & Koons Company Phone 268-0965 stop there, either. They will make the installation themselves and make j
sure you're perfectly happy with the results. That's what Colonial Interiors -
2404 Laura Street Jacksonville FL Dyal Tile Company are ceramic tile constructors-expert workmanship & Florist means by custom-made country ruffled curtains and
Phone 355-9828 with 15 years experience.They do new work or remodeling of bathrooms, draperies do you deserve any less? They also have flowers and plantsfor
half-a-century ( were foyers, etc. Call for free estimates or visit their showroom. Easter and all occasions Flowers and Easter, their very beauty
This firm has served this area for over in Frame StraighteningFront they They have an excellence of highest artistry in tiling which they would makes them synonymous. So, at Easter time, we naturally think of
established 1921 and offer the best and service Paint Work for Trucks Auto & be pleased to have you Inspect"marble, tile, slate. They are an authority flowers as most fitting gifts corsages, lilies for the cemetery, flowers j
1 End Work Fiberglass Body on the correct laying Of tiles. for table, and more. Come in soon and shop or browse.
Heavy Equipment. for They have been unusually successful from a busfhess standpoint andhave
This mOdern truck and auto heavy equipment shop is headquarters added much to the artistic beauty of many homes and public

trucks, buildings in this part of the state.
offe'rYwmplete service in body repairing, frame frightening, and workis
They In the employ of this company are the very best of craftsmen
I and front-end work, etc. and have equipped their shop executed both with an eye to beauty and utility. Harrell Construction Co.Inc.
I equipment for the complete repairs of body work frame straightening Dyal Tile Company's manager is an authority on this class of work and 1 San Jose Blvd., Suite 10. Jacksonville FL

anNorma\terdwta\kkind\ \ might have been in, you will be pleased to help you with your plans and give estimates on the Phone 268-5518
smash etc. you will be
of a up, and it in such condition work. So, if you want workmanship, go by or give them a call-you
will find they will be able to take the truck or car put glad you did. General contractors featuring commercial, industrial, and residential I
you would never know it had been In a collision.the road that might have work. They are very progressive and are leading contractors of this area.
has kept many trucks and autos on service Harrell Construction Co., Inc.are the authorized Mesco Builder for this
foundVeir if it had not been for their good All State Fabricators
the graveyard I
way what they can do area, from design to completion. Mesco buildings are cost-efficient metalbuUwngs.
and will drive around see Highway Jacksonville, FL Mesco all-steel building offer complete of
BSe caVplace condition and look good, too. 10731 Phillips systems a range pre-
it in good
for you. they Phone 268-7747 engineered buildings for agricultural commercial industrial

This is the place to see or call for welding as they weld all metals brake tig,- warehouses In this age and of rapid many progress other uses., there is no one principle of manufacturethat

& Logging mig, arc. Aluminum stainless, magnesium, castelron, press, punching has pushed America faster than standardization and extensive production
Coleman Pulpwood sheering. classes of This principle applied to the building Industry has brought the
Highway 28, Maxville, FL Equipped with the latest and best mechanical business devices in this line for and' the work metal building to the front faster than any other. You can pick out a size
Phone 289-7493 welding work:,and is doing an extensive of out-of-town and design, get the building and have It up in a i short time.
gained a name that has spread all is giving satisfaction. The plant Is prepared to care There area great many advantages In buying a Mesco building you
Coleman Pulpwood Logging the pulpwood raiser and log dealer get customers in the quickest possible time.and courteous.They are expertsIn get good materials, good prices, economy of time,and there is no upkeepof
over this section as a place where pulpwood and This service has always been efficient these fine buildings. If you plan to build any building,give them a call
and logs. They buy desire will find that they
top market prices for their pulpwood this business and no matter what you may you will be glad did.
logs or any amount you have to serve but also to give you you
logs one load of pulpwood or are always ready and willing not only you
Is the one who can help the area In connected with the
The most Important firm in any area valuable advice and suggestions as regards anything
Logging helps the area by fur- and tribute to the progressive
some manner Coleman Pulpwood business. The plant is a credit to the community
raisers a good, dependable market & RV Sales
nishing the farmers and timber of this and reliable policies. Rivers Bus
their pulpwood and logs which is a big money crop for in many this people. 10626 General Ave., Jacksonville FL
and helps keep the wheels of industry turning MO W.Whitehouse exit)
area Logging is well-known in this area as a leading (4 miles W of Hwy on

pulpwood Coleman and Pulpwood log firm-So,if: you have pulpwood or logs to sell,give them Sand Castles Phone 783-0313

a a.callyou will be glad you did.Precision 10601 San Jose Blvd., Mandarin FL This firm is headquarters in this area for motor homes, travel trailers, I
Also school and transit
fifth wheels, tent campers, pick-up campers.
Phone 262-0216 buses, new and used.

Sand Castles is the place where most people enjoy shopping for infants Rivers Bus & RV Sales are headquarters in this area for summer and
Diesel Service, Inc. and children's clothing and furnituie. Shop early for Easter and summer all-year fun at affordable process featuring the Prowler and many more
Phillips Hwy., Jacksonville, FL clothing.They have taken great pains this spring to provide a wide variety models. So come on in and see these wonderful little campers and make
11010 of the newest things for all children from the tinest baby to age 7 you this a fun summer and all year for years to come. These campers and
Phone will find it a real pleasure to shop here You will find a happy atmosphere travel trailers are well-constructed and equipped, so you are very com-
firm services all makes of trucks such as major overhauls, air of childhood in this store. It will recall memories of the days when you. fortable and everything is convenient. In fact when you buy a travel
brakes repairs, tune-uand clutch repairs. Trucks owners are not yourself were a youngster. So making your selections in this store will trailer, you are ready to take that vacation you have been planning to
satisfied to trust their diesel engines in the hand of garage in which they not be a task, but a pleasure (as dealers only in chlldrens soft toys, take. There are thousands of people buying these fine travel trailers
have confidence. This is one of the best and most reliable truck clothing and furniture they naturally give more care).A specialized care because of the high motel and hotel bills; also, toe high food prices. People
do not
shotinthis' area and enjoys an everincreasing patronage, for to their selections,a care born of a wide and varied experience.This year have discovered this is a very convenient, carefree and economicalway I
repair know the truck repair business from A to Z and employ only expert they have an especially wide variety of selections at prices you would to spend one's vacation. As a matter of fact, you will save enough on
they never have thought possible.Do come in now, take your pick early before one or two vacations to pay for your travel trailer; therefore, you can
mechaniCS.offer out-of-town customers the best of service In the quickest many of the choicest things are gone for Easter. And, don't forget to shop take longer vacations, more often. So go by look over their line. It's.
time They poeslble. Their service has always been courteous and efficient and their children's furniture department where you will find furniture for good place to go and a good place to buy your luxury motor home travel
they have made many friends and customers In all the surrounding ter baby nurseries at affordable prices. You are Invited to shop or browse. trailer;: camper.





14A TELEGRAPH March 14,1983 ,

Chandler- is All-Star Tennis Players Improving, But Drop PairA I

Ucipants must be no younger: than
young inexperienced Tornado Thursday, March 21, at St. Bishop, and Randy Wood. Gillen the 9th grade.Mlddleburg.
has its Augustine.St. waters led BHS with a 39. Watson
'r' golf team dropped first two
4 Top BHS Scorer matches to St. Augustine and Mld- shot 47, Williams 50, Bishop 52, and 186. BIIS 197
Augustine 183, BUS 188 Wood 53.Two time
dleburg. had an
The Broncos easy
David Elder
St. Augustine won the first matchof seventh graders the difficult Ravines

Rewrote BHS Upcoming Matches... the BHS season, March 4, by five the and team Link Bishop and both, played shot along 46. Their with with course BUS, going on 186-197 over the young

Today (Thursday, March 14) the strokes, 183-188; low score is.the win- scores did not count. Tornaoes.Gillenwatel'1. '
'4 BHS golfers will host Interlachen at again led BUS with a
ner.BHS In high school golf, matches are
Record Book the Starke Golf and Country Club and started three one junior, Tom Todd Wat- nine holes with six players and thetop 45. Chris Douglas shot 50, Randy
son, Watson 52.
course. Wood 50 and Tom
five scores count and the par- ,
t+ Brett Williams Bo .
Next match....will..-..-be- the following Gillenwaters, ,
Daren Chandler, ace basketball

J, star chosen the annual of to Bradford play North-South on the High north has All-Star team been in Tornado Golfers Drop First Two Matches 1.1

basketball game to be played April -

V 20 Chandler in Tallahassee.scored 43 points against -It was a bad day for the Lady Tornado and Kim Sapp were upset 2-8 while Gainesville out Tuesday second, March best 34.12, but 8-9 They and 3-5.Tornados were stronger in
Ross and Jackie BHS
teammates Sherry came
Gainesville High to set a new Brad tennis team Tuesday March action winning both mat
downed thejr "We lost a close one, but we ,
,>1 ford High record. He broke his own 12, because P.K. Yonge kept five of Nguyen opponents 81.
) 7 ches.
said Coach Jerry
We didn't play weU said played o.k., .
old record of 38 points, seven wins at home for themselves. todayj"
i > ,"' Ocala Forest. He also scored Coach Jerry McGriff to McGriff. winners
against and Jody Brown were
39 points against Hawthorne this In ii singles' games, BHS only P.K. Yonge. The only single's match won was Jason Wilson and
won one when Kim Sapp took hers They play again next Tuesday by Jason Brown who downed John 9-8 and 5-2. Jimmy
their's 6-3.
... year.Chandler's 24.4 points per game .8-0- March 19 against Clay High in Green Neely of PK 84. Brown,a freshman, Rick Kimutis took

Ii jj' during the 1984-85 season and his Maria-Thomas lost 1-8. Donna Cove Springs.It is the number two seed on the Jason team.In Next action for the team is Tuesday -
also BHS Parado lost 2-8 Sherry Ross lost 1-8 the losers column were
total 557 points are new March 19 at Clay High in Green
Daren Chandler records, according to Coach Mike and Jackie Nguyen lost 38. was a close game for the boy's Brown, 5-8 Jimmy Wilson 1-8, Cove Springs at 4 p.m.
Named to All-Star Team Sexton. In doubles action, Maria Thomas tennis team against P.K. Yonge inEdward's Robert Taylor 3-8 and Paul Bawek


Legal Notices

corner of said EVa and Attorney for Plaintiff County Zoning and Planning IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF ((904) 359-7700 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
be h.ld March
Sole Plaintiff
NOTICE to run North 0 degrees, 06 3/14 4tchg ..1.NOTICE. Board to conduct a THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Attorneys for THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
16, 1985. at 12:00: at BROWN
minutes and 09 seconds public hearing at a CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
NOTICE !I. h.r.by giventhai 2225 North Stark.,T.mpl.Florida East along the Easterly regular meeting held at BRADFORD COUNTY. ,CIRCUIT. IN AND FON. CLERK; CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD COUNTY

on Monday. March 32091.Av.nu.Title Insurance boundary thereof 27.74 7:00: p.m. In the Council FLORIDA By: Beulah Moody FLORIDA
23, 1985 at 10:00 o'clock binder available at sale.Property feet to on Intersection Room of Starke City Hall, BRADFORD COUNTY Deputy 3/14 PROBATE DIVISION
A.M.. the undersigned. will b. with an Easterly prolongation I will not be responsible Starke, Florida on Tuesday CASE NO. 84-609-CA FLORIDA 3/07 2tchg CASE NO. B9-17-CP

Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc. avallabl. for Inspection of the Northerly for anyone's debts March 26, 1985. and CIVIL CASE NO.8550CA ((1.3616))

will tell at public auction the morning of March 16, boundary of the R/W oth.r than my own. make a recommendation WILLIAM R. ALDERMANand IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
for cash at 2175 Commonwealth 1985. For additional Information of Thomas Street; thence WALTER SWINDELL to the Board of CountyCommission.rs ELMO G. ANDER- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN RE: The Estate of
Ave., call Terence South 89 degrees, 35 3/142tpd3/21 and the MAN his wife IN RE: The Marriage of: JOSEPH E. SHUFORD.
minutes and 16 seconds Board will consider on Plaintiffs, ERNEST LEE BATES Husband CIRCUIT OF Deceased.
Fla. P.A, at
Jacksonville, on. M. Brown OF FLORIDA IN AND
West along said Easterly 1 1985 at
Monday. April 1. vs ,
cleaners, 9049648272.
lot of vacuum FOR BRADFORD COUN
T.r.nc.M. Brown prolongation 16.96 f..t PUBLIC NOTICE the CommissionersRoom KENNETH W. FORD and and
consigned to Kirby P.O.Draw.r OStork. to a concrete monument of the Bradford BONNIE I. FORD, his MARY FRANCES BATES TVCIVIL NOTICEOF
Vacuum Center Lake .. FL 32091 located at the Intersection Th. annual election of County Courthouse, wife, GAINESVILLE SUN Wife. ACTION ADMINISTRATIONThe
I6696 Case No.84-640
Worth (Pro. 03- Itchg3/14 of said Northerly officers of the Santa Fe Starke, Florida at 10.00 PUBLISHING COMPANY
dtd. 1/21/85)); and on. boundary with the C.m.t.ry Association Is a.m an Ordinance GERALD J. KIVETT and NOTICE OF ACTIONTO administration of
lot of boot tops, consigned Westerly boundary of set for Thursday March relating to: HELEN C. KIVETT his JIM WALTER HOMES, the Estate of JOSEPH E.

to Import Odoro Ruls, the R/W of Old Lawt.y 28 at 7:30: p.m., at the wife : ERNEST LEE BATES INC., a Florida corporation SHUFORD. Deceased
Miami. Fla. (Pro. UNITED STATES Road; thence North 0 City Hall In Hampton Fl Defendants. Plaintiff File No. B3-17-CP
14-536333-10/12/84)) to DISTRICT COURT degrees, 10 minutes and according to Sylvia Hall v. ((1.3616)). Is pending In
Address Unknown. BOBBY L. COHENS, and the Circuit Court for
satisfy freight and MIDDLE DISTRICTOF 31 seconds East along secretory/treasurer. of the
Th. rezonlng HEREBY
said boundary NOTICE OF JANIE B. COHENS Bradford County
charges, under FLORIDA Westerly Nomination for
storage following described property NOTIFIED that action
JACKSONVILLE DIV. 278.58 feet to an Iron PUBLIC SALE on wife; and NORTH Florida Probate Division
the provisions of Section4b trustees may be made and amending theCompr.h.nsive for dissolution of marriage .
REGIONAL the address of
pip. for Point of beginn
( ) of Uniform Standard from the floor. Land and other reliefhas
Bill of lading. COURT NO. ing. From Point of Begin Current trustees of the Use Plan to provide that Notice Is hereby given been filed HOSPITAL INC., Defen which Is Bradford County
againstyou dants. Courthouse, Post OHIce
84.571C1vJ.12UNITED ning thus described continue that to the Final
Santa Fe pursuant
Gator Frelghtways, Inc.Corri.r. C.m.t.ry land currently zoned OR In the abovestyledCourt
Drawer B.
North 0 Foreclosure
degrees Association are John the Judgment of
and designated by and you are required NOTICE OF SALE 32091. The
STATES OF 10 minutes and 31sconds entered In the Circuit
Campen W. H. Gunt.r.R. be
3/14 2tchg 3/21 plan as Agricultural of
serve a copy addresses of
AMERICA East along ..aldW..t.rly O. Simmons, William rezoned to ci anddesignated Court of the Elgin written defenses If names
Plaintiff, boundary, Melton and Sylvia Hall. Commercial, Judicial Circuit In and for your NOTICE Is hereby the Personal Representatives
any, to it on TERENCE M. to and the PersonalRepresentative's
79.29 f..t to an Iron Bradford County, given that pursuant
3/14 2tchg 321NOTICE ,
the property BROWN ESQUIRE,
vsWILLIAM South an order or Final Judge attorney
S. JEFFERSON. plp.th.nc.; 89 Florida Civil Action Case
Public Notice SYLVIA E. JEFFERSONand degrees, 52 minutes and DEMPSEY described as No. 84609CA. on S Terence M. Brown PA., ment entered In the are set forth
PAMELA C. JEFFERSON 37 seconds West 100.0feet follows: April 1985 I will sell the Post Office Drawer 40, above captioned case, I below.
to a concrete monument OF East 100' x 300' of. following described property Stark., Florida 32091, on will sell the property All Interested persons
The Bradford ECIA Defendants. ; th.nc. South 0 APPLICATIONFORREZONINGAND Parcel 0177- oo In Section lying and beingsituate or before 9 April 1985 situated In Bradford are required to file with
Chapter I application will degrees, 10 minutes and 24, Township 6 In Bradford County and file the original with County Florida described this court WITHIN THREE

be written during April NOTICE OF SALE 31 .cond. West AMENDMENT OF THE South Rang. 21 East. Florida, to wit: the Clerk of this Court as: MONTHS OF THE FIRST
1985. If you have a suggestion parallel with sold LAND USE PLAN located 2Vi miles Northwest S '/. of SE '/ of NW '/". either before service on Lot 7 and the NVi of PUBLICATION OF THIS
off .
for the application Notice Is h.r.by given Westerly boundary of Stark. Section 21, Township 7 the above-named attorney Lot 8 of Block 3, NOTICE ((1)I) all claims
side of 100
North Hwy to
,! would .you please that pursuant to a Final 79.80 f..t to an Iron An ORDINANCE amending South Range 22 East. or Immediately Gahagan Subdivision as against the estate and
contact: Judgment entered on pip.; th.nc. North 89 the Comprehensive have a repair Garage. EXCEPT any portion thereafter otherwise a per plat thereof recorded ((2)) any objection by an
Th.Bradford ECIA, February 21. 1985 by the degrees, 35 minutes and Land Use Plan Element You are further given of within ROW of roads. default will be entered in the Public Recordsof Interested person to ..
Chapter I Ott IC. above entitled Court In 16 seconds East parallel and Map by Bradford NOTICE that a copy against you for the relief Bradford County, whom notice was mailed
School Board of Bradford the above styled cause,i with' sold Northerly County Florida In oeeor-, r a.ld proposed available OR.foe shall .demendd'M thePeri. .Floridarti.ti>& thaT" challenges- .
County the undersigned' United boundary 100.0 feet to dance "With the local Sold sold 'be at tlon. at public sate, to the validity of the will the
582 N. T.mpl.Av.nu. States Marshal or any of the Point of Beginning Gov.rnm.nt Comprehensive your Inspection at the office public sale to the highest WITNESS my hand and highest and best bidder qualifications of the Personal .
Starke.Florida 32091 his duly authorized Planning Act of of the Director of bldd.r for cash and In accordance official seal of this Courton for cash at the front Representative,

Phon.((904)) 964-6800 deputies will sell the at public outcry to the 1979 as provided for In Zoning and Planning City with the this 25th day of door of the Bradford venue, or jurisdiction of

Ext. 27 property situate' In Brad highest and best bidder Chapter 163 of the Hall ThompsonStreet. aforedescribed Final February, 1985.GILBERT County Courthouse, In the court.
Itchg 3/14 ford County Florida, for cash at the hour of Florida Statutes.TO Starke, Florida. Judgment. Said sale S. BROWN Starke, Florida at 11:00 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS .
Each and every person shall be held at the Main Clerk of the Court
described as: 12:00: noon on April 17, a.m. on April 1. 1985. NOT SO FILED
.. PARCEL 7: A parcel of 1985 at the front door entrance : All Citizens, Taxpayers having any in the Interestwhatever enactment (East) Door of the Bradford By;: Beulah MoodyDeputy DATED this 6th day of WILL BE FOREVER BAR
land in the EVi of NE'/ of of the Bradford and oth.r Interested County Courthouse, Clerk March. 1985.
of this proposedORDINANCE In Starke, Florida, at RED.Publication
ESTATE AUCTION SE'/i of NE'/4 of Section County Courthouse at persons. should of this
SALE 28, Township 6 South Starke, Florida. and, be heard at op-the 11:00: a.m., Eastern Stan. ESQ. GILBERT S. BROWN Notice has begun on 7
Dated March 6, 1985. You and each of pear Bard Time, on the 5th TERENCE M. BROWN 1985.Attorney .
Rang.22 East, In the City you and CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy March
time place prescrib
8 acres m/o/l and of Stork., Bradford Richard I. Cox Jr. or. hereby and herewith day of April 1985. P.A. : Beulah MoodyDeputy for PersonalRepresentative
Florida ..ClldpClrc.1 United States Marshal notice In accordance .d.BOARD Attorneys for Wife
from. house located In County, : given OF BRADFORD Clerk :
Starke, Bradford County, being more par- Middle DistrictOf with Florida COUNTY COMMIS. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 2/28 4tchg 3/21 HARRY M. HOBBS.PA TERENCE M. BROWN
Florida to b. sold for 'tlcularly described as Florida Statutes that the Board Attorneys for Plaintiff P.A.
cash at court ordered follow: of County Commissioners SIONERSBy Gilbert S. Brown COURTBy ........ The legal Center Post Office Drawer 40Stork.
: Eaves,
sale to the highest bidder Doroth.a Beane of Bradford Clerk Jacquelyn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Suite 100 ., FL 32091
; a minimum bid of Commence at on Iron Assistant' United County Florida, hove Itchg 3/14 Deputy Clerk 3/14 3/21 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 725 E. Kennedy Blvd. Telephone ((904))964.8272
$ 13,000 Is required. pip. located at the SE States Attorney designated the Bradford 2tchg IN AND FOR BRAD Tampa FL 33602 By; JOHNNY R. HOBBS 1

L FORD COUNTY FLORIDA ((813)) 223-4248 JR.
CASE NODIVISION... 3/07 2tchg 3/14
.- :...... PersonalRepresentative

JacksonvilleBusiness' Pipe & Tobacco Shops TUCKER a Florida EROS corporation.INC., INVITATION TO BID SHUFORD GLADYS LUCILLE

957 Jacksonville 725.7990
Arlington Road Plaintiff Post Office Box 282Lowt.yFI32058
1960 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 396-7990 -vs. Re-roofing ofWarehouse
GLENN L. KUHN building
firm ny people enjoy the personalized blending tobacco from this fine and LUANNE KUHN located at 129 Water 3/O72tchg 3/14

his wife Street, Starke, Florida.

If your husband, father, friend or brother has a birthday coming up, or Defendants. Inspection of building

if you wish to buy him a gift for Easter or any occasion, he will be mighty .. available from 8:00 A.M.
pleased if you will go by Edward's Pipe& Tobacco Shops. Yes, Siree, NOTICE OF SALE through 5:00: P.M. Monday NOTICEOF

your gift problem can go right up in smoke as a fellow's bound to be Notice hereby given through Friday until INTENTIONTO
plenty pleased with a jar of his favorite pipe tobacco or a box of those that pursuant to an date of Bid Opening. REGISTER
Review cigars to say nothing of a comfortable new pipe (they have handsome order or a final (judge 1. Remove old slate FICTITIOUS NAME

> pipes). We are positive you'll find everything here to make his loungingone ment of foreclosure type shingles. wood
happy puff after another They also carry lighters It accessories entered In the above- 2. Replace Pursuant to Section
cigarettesi needed.
J -sundi animals, flasks,and much I or write for a captioned action I will sheeting 3. Install as 151 felt for 869.09 Florida Statutes,
free sample of their custom-blended tobacco. Come in soon for the utmostin sell the property situated notice Is hereby given
smoking pleasure. In Bradford County dry-In. that the undersigned
4. Install light color
Florida described as: Patty Curies and TerlSapp
Tolen's Truck Parts A parcel of land (gray or white), 20-year P.O. Box 1133.

Body Preservation Center situated In the NEVi of fibre-glass shingle Starke, Florida 32091
13910 Normandy Blvd., Jacksonville FL the NWVi of the SW/4 3. No painting of lolnt owners, doing
Phone 778-1822 (2 Mi. W. of Cecil) Lake Shore Schwinn and In the SEVi of the replaced wood required. business under the firm
2108 NEVi of Section Bids to be opened at name of C ft S
Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville FL SE'/4 of the -
If you are in need of used truck parts Tolen can supply your every needin 6 South 7:30 P.M. Tuesday, COURIORS P.O. Bon
all makes and models, large or small trucks-they also have new parts. Phone 388-0612 1. Township 21 East Bradford March 19 1983. Mall or 1133 Starke, Florida

Tolen's Truck Parts is a twentieth century economy to the truck owner. If you're In the market for exercise equipment that will help you to feel County Rang. Florida said deliver bids to Starke City 32091 Intends to

\ Why? Because they have everything in the way of parts, which can only' and look great, this is the place to see or call. They feature the best in exercisers parcel being more particularly Hall. Mark bid register said fictitious

mean one thing to the people of the area Economy. such as rowing machines, treadmills, inversion stems, and described as envelope In lower left name under theforesaid
la made possible because do not have to buy a new'part corner "Sealed lid Reroofing" -
This.economy you more. Also, they supply multi station and free weight machines. follows:1: statute.
everytime something goes wrong, for there you can buy used parts There's no one who offers you a better quality, service, or price than Commence at a con Mailing address Dated this 28th day of
and get them right away. They buy wrecked trucks that sometimes are this fine firm.They are known far and wide in this area for they are one of Crete monum.nt at the City of Starke February A.D., In Bradford ,
just about new disassemble them and sell the parts. Some of these parts the foremost dealers in exercise equipment and carry only top quality SE corner of said NEV of ATTN: City Clerk P.O. County. '

are as good and new and really save you money whether its motors equipment at their store. So, if you want to keep your body in "ship I NW1/ of SW/4 and run Drawer C, Starke, Fl 2/28 4tpd 321NOTICE

transmissions starters and all those hard to find parts for any truck you shape" condition, better go by and look over their line, whether you wish N.00 46'38"W. along the 32091. 3/07 2tchg 3/14 ,. '.
will find it here. And. at an affordable price. That is why so many people to buy at this time or not. while there, don't forget to look over their East line of said NEXi of

4 see Tolen's Truck Parts first. aerobic clothing and accessories Steego swimwear and triathlon NWVi of the SW'a
of 349.09 f..t ;.of'
distance ;
clothing you will be glad you didiBride's) thence run S. oVSffSl"W. NOTICE I I.l
130.27 f..t to the ";V

Ed's Electric Service Choice FOB; thence continue S. NOTICE Is hereby given OF INTENTION .
Jacksonville FL 89'32'51" W.< 130.27 that on Monday March TO REGISTER !-
8644 Phillips highway Jacksonville. FL 5339 Lenox Avenue. f..t; thence run N. 1$, 1989 at 10:00: o'clocka.m. FICTITIOUS NAME '

Phone 7334937Ed Phone 783-6123 0046'38"W.,343.99 feet ., the undersigned, :

A.O. Smith Where "From Planning to Completion". to the South right of way GATOR FREKJHTWAYS. Pursuant to Section
features complete motor and pump repair service shop. Beautiful Weddings Begin B6S.09, Florida Statutes,
Stay Rite Myers Gould G.E. and all other makes and models of Your dream and you! See the beautiful dream come true; your own exquisite line thence of a county S. BBWSl"road: INC..' will Mil at public notice Is hereby given
run for cash 2179
auction at
In fact a complete line of new and reconditioned bridal gown from The Wedding Party.
I pumps. they carry I., along said South rightof Commonwealth Avenue that the undersigned
pumps and motors. They specialize in pumps and electric motors sales This la where most of the loveliest brides In this area have made their way line 130.36 feet: Jacksonville, FL.. one, HILDA A, JOHNSON. .

and service and are an authorized dealer for many makes. selections see the beautiful gowns from famous bridal courtiers.bridesmaids thence run S. 00-46'3 lot of Steel Furniture 444-H W. Madison '.... '
This firm offers most comprehensive service in electrical repair work and attendant dresses also dresses for the bride and
I a .., 340.52 feet to .the consigned to Woterreet Stark. Fl 32091, soleowner
on electrical motors and the rewinding and rebuilding of them. groom's mothers and flower girl dresses,shoes, formal wear.Proms and FOB. Jupiter Moll Jupiter. FL doing business
They have saved the purchase of many a new motor because of their. formals for special occasions.?Never before has greater care been exerted at public sate to the under the firm 1 name of
satisfactory service. They also! have new and rebuilt motors for sale.' by the bride In choosing her wedding gown.They carry a nice selection highest and best bidder. 01/115/IS)) Ito 6setb/y/ 9TARKt PAWN SHOP

Throughout this section this concern is known as one of the firms engaged of wedding gowns at affordable prices. Brides-to-be in this vicinity for cash at the front entrance freight and storage 444-H W. Madison St.. .
in eectricalrepait work of motors that has attained a position In the .patronize Bride's Choice because of the helpful hints and suggestions cordially of the Bradford charges under the provisions Ita".. Fl 32091. Intends :

i trade in this line that brings an ever-Increasing business,and as a consequence extended their customers:Thy also carry a complete line of accessories. County Courthouse In of Section 4b) of 'to register said fictitious' !

the place Is headquarters for everything pertaining to electric Ita".. Florid 11:00 Uniform Standard Bill of name under the
motors.For work of this kind you will find they always give complete andaatlatattory Bride's Choice had: built up a large business and the unusually large a.m., en March 27, 1985. lading aforesaid statute .
service hi very abort order.You can be sure that when they trade they enjoy Is the result of the nice selection of bridal gowns and the Sharon 1.. Simmons Gator FreJghtweys, Inc.Carrier. Dated this 19th day of

do Job U ts wen done, as there .la no branch: of this work that they have most accommodating service and no wedding is too large or too small Smith ft Hwlsey : February. A.D.,. 199 bl
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Marcia Goodge BCTStaff Writer asked Cross to try to make one for use in her How Does a Dresser Drawer Sound?
The old concept of a "jack of all trades" has classes.
pretty well died out In this era of specialists, but Cross said that he makes instruments out of
there is one man in this area who fits the job Looking for Challenges in Life "anything' that strikes my fancy," including
description perfectly.Joe Florida white maple, old fenceposts, dresser F !
"When don't know how to do something, I look
Cross lives near Lawtey in Bradford County on it as a challenge," says Cross who jumped at drawers, mahogony,aromatic cedar,spruce pine,
and is a retired aircraft mechanic who worked at the chance to try to make an instrument he'd cypress or fancy woods imported from Germanyor
the Jacksonville Naval Air Station- that is, he's never seen before. Austrial"You name it, says Cross, "and I've
retired when discussing salary because nobody probably made a fiddle out of it."
signs his paycheck, but when you discuss work, He says he'll just have to wait until it's finished He's even made a fiddle out of pecan wood, but
he's still as active as ever. and see if it has the right sound. If it doesn't, then "it doesn't have the sound I want," he admits.
When you walk into Cross's workshop the first he'll just try again. Cross makes fiddles, mandolins and dulcimers
thing you see is row upon row of stringed in- from the bottom up. lie takes solid boards about
struments in various stages of completion. Thereare Besides making fiddles, mandolins and three-quarters of an inch thick and shapes the
fiddles hanging from wires from the ceiling dulcimers,Cross also fixes clocks'.'and lust about boxes, or the bodies of the instruments. In almost
with the finish drying. There are dulcimers prop- anything else that doesn't work around here." He any stringed nstrument, the box is made of woodof
ped against the workbench waiting to be painted. used to polish gem stones, make guns and do varying;;thicknesses. It is the different
There are mandolins displayed proudly with all freelance photography as well, but now the In- thicknesses that give the instrument it's distinctive :
work completed.On struments and clocks take up most of his time. : sound. ,r-
the workbench are the beginnings of a double "A lot of people think the wood is molded or
dulcimer, the first Cross has ever seen or tried to When asked how he acquired so many vastly different stamped out, but it Isn't, it's hand carved out of a
make. A dulcimer is a stringed instrument that hobbles Cross says he got started fixing ,I, solid block of wood," he says.
was used a lot in the Middle Ages. It looks like and things when he was a very young boy. "I've been
elongated hourglass with strings and is played by building things all my life and repairing things A Lot of Elbow Grease IWIif4J IFi
laying it flat in your lap and picking the strings since I was a kid. I don't know how I got started. If What type of machinery does he use to carve out ;
like a steel guitar. anything broke, I'd just tinker with it until it worked the instruments? A pocket knife, a careful eye anda
A double dulcimer has two sets of strings, and again," he says. little elbow grease. ;
Cross says he doesn't know what it sounds like Although Cross both repairs and makes stringed After the wood has been selected for the box, he i
because he's never seen one before except in the instruments, he admits that he can't play any of draws the shape !of, the instrument and then rough-
picture brought to him by Lake Butler Elementary them. "My whole family is musical except for .,
School music teacher Debbie Bailey, who me," he says. See Fiddles... See Page 6 t

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Fiddle... This Is one of ( ) and a fiddle he finished recently (right). Is one of dulcimers, repairs clocks, polishes gemstones, makes
several fiddles that Cross made the last true jack-of-all-trades left in this world of mozileloadlng guns and does photography.
this year. specialists today.

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The things Cross makes are pleasing to the.eye as old fence post and are finished la many different way*. as a picture in a book and Is takes 3-4 weeks to construct the Instruments and.a full year ol "ad,
Cross experiment with different weeds and finishes not sure this one will have the right that
well at the ear. which time Cross will make th..changes are
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. Brooker' House Mother. Nails Honored. at Elementary PTA Meeting i;:: :'J:v' I IThe I

Brooker Elementary School Parent- And just like many families, we also Yes, we could write a song entitled But mothering's not just cleaning, nor :/'
Teacher Association (PTA) honored avery have a mother.A "Betty's Brooker Blues" merely reprimands '
special perRon, Betty Nails whom mother cautions each small child, "Be True care and dedication is what the job ."
1 they named "Our Favorite House Mother"at sure to wipe your feet." And all of this accomplished at white demands. '
their last meeting on Feb. 28. As she stands beside the entrance, every tornado's speed, It demands a true committment, and to
"Thanks for the many things you do to student there to greet.A A super storm of cleaning- miracle in- meet it is the test,
help make our school special," read the mother gently scolds when. someone deed, To do your job in spite of all, to give
plaque they presented Mrs. Nails along runs inside our "house" each task your best,
with broom decorated witha "When walking in the hall" And all done with a vacuum whose fate
a gold-colored says.she, You have taught us all a lesson- do
/lower arrangement.Mrs. "Be quiet as a mouse!" is quite unsure, each job with pride,
It has a case of that defiesa
Nails said the most special gift emphysema Will
bring great satisfaction down
And, truly, she perceives the school to lasting cure! way
they gave her that night was probably the be a second home, _deep inside.
following written by third grade
poem So she takes pride in how it looks
teacher, Martha Pillow In honor of Mrs.
.. cleans it as her own.
Nails. If we could harness all the power she expends NOTICEOn S
each day, page 12 of this week's

To educate our children, to help them In making sure that everything is clean sale circular of the Black the photograph A Decker NOTICE : ;
stretch\ and grow, in every way, Workmate 85 Is Incorrect.We .
.Requires more skills and talents than We'd never pay another bill for water, have Inadvertently pic-
tured a different model. '
heat \!:
or light
could know.
anyone However the copy and sale
sills{] school does not depend on just the And when she's done the building is a price for the Workmate 85 Is B&M Starter & Generator Co., Inc. J
correct.We regret any ,
of those who teach- shining, gleaming sight. Inconvenience this may j
jilt; requires one common purpose and onegoal have caused.
Will not be undersold .
we hope to reach. Grime is indeed her enemy, she pounceson ;
\LAnd\ too, it calls for teamwork of a very all dust, TGfllYFamily .
special kind: And she is alert to any dirtperfection is anyone on any automotive
.*' a must. Centers
',We all must work together with our It's a struggle every day with nearly '
common goal in mind. overwhelming odds- starter or Bring us

JWe function as a family, each working Tons of pencil shavings, endless miles of NOTICEAn

With the other, paper wads. error was made on page 16 your best price and we will
of this week's sale circular Actual
'it t size of the Lilt Shampoo and
Conditioner Is 11 ounces each. beat it.
Also,on page 2,the Tucker
Waste Bin Is listed as having a 43-
quart capacity.This Is correct,
although some package labels Satisfaction Guaranteed.Corner .
1I I still state 40-quart capacity.We
I regret any Inconvenience this
may have caused.
Lh of Washington & Cherry Streets in Starke

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The Golden Broom Award...

Brooker Principal Billy McRae (left)presents Betty Brooker Elementary's "house mother."
I Nails with a "golden" broom decorated with flowers Besides the plaque and broom she received anon
along with a plaque to thank her for h.r efforts as tonal poetic tribute from the school.

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; .. ,For That Football Party Come In and Check Our 2 Day Rental Price I Ragularly 1.09. Quaker State Regularly 1.27. Pack of 8 Regularly 4.19 Box. Trend f
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Slam...! :

Pro wrestling comes to Lake ButlerThere

was nearly as much actionin crowd stamped feet and clapped
the stands as there was in the ring hands In unison.Sly antics and particularly
when professional wrestling came to good moves almost always ..
Union County recently brought spectators to their feet,with
.arms waving or flits clenched.
Amidst catcalls and cheers,
wrestling treats battled it out Thursday .
Feb. 28, at"the High School The event w4s sponsored by the
Gym. Future Farmers of America Alumni .
Cries of"chicken" by Association. Attendance was approximately
a j 1 eh tators and clucking sound effects 700, according: to irA .
t ,1, provided by others urged the pros jn. Advisor Jimmy Brown,and around
/ ArH to action. $1000 was raised for the FFA
... I To add to the hullabaloo the _scholarship fund._
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AM Jl We can't promise everyone
'r?, i Daniel this but In a recent survey of Restaurant Hwy 301 North ..
Found Garden
y.; Tracey customers who got refunds 3 Formerly
t. + out of 4 believe they got bigger Banquet facilities available
i 4' 1 Qi 513 .I refunds than i if they did their
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Monday thru Friday 9:30: to 4:30: except Wednesday til Noon '
I Home Appointment 10% Senior Citizens Discount meat and _
Testing by includes:Shrimp,Lobster meat King Crab Scallops $ .
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cuts it to size. He then puts the different =' still has one antique camera ,
contours and thicknesses Into which he also repaired- similar to ,
the wood in the top and bottom of the the one he used. ,
boxes. He fixes almost any type of clock )[ ( '.:- -- 1 4: l'r :. .. .' ; :fr.; '
The sides of the instruments are and has many examples of his work '''i;' >,
made out of almost paper-thin strips In his shop. He has clocks both old -
of wood that are steam heated and and new, and even fixes pendulum-
bent Into shape. type timepieces. .. .
doesn't do much gunsmithlng i
anymore, but he does have examples r -
The neck of the instrument is hand of his past work mounted in tip
carved and specially fitted, as are his house. He made muzzleloaders, ,
the which hold the strings in
bridges or "charcoal-burners". as they are
make all the different called trade.
in the
components of the instruments He used to polish gemstones-
himself, with the exception of the diamonds,rubys star sapphires- ''fi :
strings. It takes about 3-4 weeks to his favorite are the more colorful, T'i.4t
construct a stringed instrumentfrom and less precious stones like tiger's :
beginning to end and another eye and cat's eye. _
full year to adjust them properly so When asked why he took up so :
they have the 'right sound,
different bobbies that involveso '
"sometimes longer" they're pretty much hard work Instead of sitting ;j
temperamental, he says. back to enjoy his retirement, he fk
takes the out of
says "It monotony
Taking the MonotonyOff loafing. Some people get a little bit '
Loafing of age on them and they just want to : 't II +
Cross was a freelance sit around and rock. Not me, I want (
photographer waswhen the field of to be doing something with my
photography popularl- time."

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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry FarmTake 1t4

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All Nature Sings of JesussaveS'100 EYE EXAMINATIONS New Business Buildings
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Born in Macclenny Florida,she lived three sisters Clyde Gale-of Plant City Home 1 Chapel with Chaplain Smith Born in HarUville, South Carolina 'Northcutt
Rocann of
Obituaries most of her life in Baker and Union Fla.; Mertls Wise and Minnie Lou 4Churchwell. conducting the services. Interment on March 28, be was a retir.lt'mechanic Hartsville
1007,1 .C'Ir..lllldre; and.S
Counties until moving to Crescent CI- both of Samson Ala.; 'j t Followed the services, with full great-
and moved to MelroM'35> ..
-.'I.1. ty seven years ago. She was formerly and 14 grandchildren and 15 great .1 I military honors at the graveside in years ago from South Carolina.. He .,!a M1cbJ.!
l r employed as a waitress. grandchildren. ; .Jacksonville Gardens.Jones
.;' James W.Gill.Sr Survivors Include her mother,Mrs. Funeral services were held at the ]Funeral Home Memory of Keystone Heightswas was a Baptist.Survivors Mrs. Funeral services. were held Saturday -
:1 jI'Jam.' w. Gill, or 88 born in Myrtice R. Taylor of Crescent City; graveside in Bowling Green < in charge of the arrangements. Ester Warren include King of his Melrose wife ,two March 9/ at,the Eliam.Baptist
Illchlamd'FI.dledThursiayMarch three sisters, Eloise Davis of Vermont Cemetery in Bowling Green Fla., ; in MeJrraeY with Rev.Jimmy
7 .in the North Florida Regional Ala., Foymae Harrison of Sunday with the Rev. Ennis L. Maxie C:King Jacksonville daughters and Mrs.Mrs.Julia Connie Deal Wise,.of of IDterment'ln Coyje. conducting.the Cemetery
Hospital Gainesville.Funeral Jacksonville and Lavon Glisson of Harper officiating. Burial will follow
ser Mr.Maxie Countz King 77,Route 3, Orlando; one son, Rayburn King of following the church services.
vices were held Monday, at 11 a.m. New Smyrna Beach; two brothers with Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Box Jacksonville three Tim
3530,Melrose Fla..died Wednes- ; brothers Funeral
"-- of Jerald W. Butler arrangements were under
Chapel of Jacksonville and in of
Hardage-Kraus Taylor charge arrangements.
,,?l Funeral.ltpme in Wilbur Allen ;day, March 6 at Alachua General and Kelgh both of HarUville, S. C., the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
;, : : Jacksonville with Taylor of ; and and Paul of Melrose sister
Hospital in one
: = Gainesville Fla. ; Keystone Heights.
; j\:\'" TIt---Iaa.K1rtI: 4nd' the Rev. J.C. several nephews and nieces.
Powell apd the ReVBuddy Friedlin The funeral was held Saturday in Bruce Murphy
officiating; Interment was In the the Taylor Methodist Church in Mr. Bruce Murphy Sr. 62,of Plan-
Oaklawn Cemetery in Taylor, Florida, with Rev. John W. tation Lake 4teneva Fl. died ,
JacksonvlJe.J Farms - - - -
-'.; :':'A longtime resident of Jackson Yarbrough officiating. Burial followed Thursday March 7 in St. Vincent's
',4. ville./Mr; Gill had lived for some in the church cemetery under the Hospital,Jacksonville,after a long il Norman's' MarketU.S.
time In the Keystone Heights area on direction of Archer Funeral Home of lness.
.Lake Santa Fe with his son James Lake Butler, Fla. Murphy moved from Jacksonvilleto
WM31U,-Jr.and family. Lake Geneva five years ago. A 301 .Sooth_- 964-6071' : -
/He was preceded in death by his retired Navy Chief and a veteran of ;
/wife of 52 years, Sarah McWilliams Mrs. Ila M.CrawfordMrs. WWII and of Korea,he was also Past "The Country Store :For More"
fin M. Crawford, 84, of Lake President of the CPO Club at NAS
Gill.Mr.. Gill was retired as the Divisional Butler died Friday morning in the Jacksonville. He was also night Open 8:30: am -7'pm Mon. thru Sat.
Manager of Investors Diversified North Florida Regional Hospital in manager of the Model A Lounge in
Services,Inc.after 39 years of Gainesville after a brief Illness. Keystone Heights. He was born in Compare Our Prices & Saved l I
service. He was a past Potentate of Born In Enterprise, Alabama,Mrs. Venice Fla., on December 22, 1922.Survivors .
the Morocco Temple, a member of Crawford lived most of her life in include his wife, Margeof
Solomon Lodge and Scottish Rite Bowling Green Fla., and Orlando. Keystone Heights; two daughters Quantity Rights Reserved WB Accept USDA Food Stamps
Bodies and Jesters. She moved to Lake Butler one year Mrs. Gail Gerth of Lake Zurich, III., .
r'',Nt. GUI was a member of the ago. She was a member of the Miss Connie Murphy of Arlington .
Board of Directors: of the Boys Home Southeast Christian Church of Orlando Heights, 111.; one son, Bruce Jr., of ring Bonanza. .:
of Jacksonville, of the Goodwill In- and a member of the VFW Aux- Jacksonville, Fla.; three brothers rS;
dustries, Big Brothers and Big iliary in Columbus, Ga. Post 554 and Douglas Murphy of Venice, Fla.,
Sisters and was a longtime member the Central Florida Paraplegic Alexander Murphy of Portland, Ore., 00" utvi.aisj]
'and on the Board of Stewards of Association in Orlando. and Mr. Lloyd of Mesa, Ark.; one titJ
Riverside Park United Methodist Survivors include four daughters sister Hellyn Leslie Cunningham of
Besides Inez Bowden of Pittsview, Ala.; Mobile Al.j; and several grandchildren I
': his son, survivors include Ouida (Rocky) Pearce of -Lake and a very devoted friend
ft daughter, Mrs. Sarah Giddings of Butler; Edna (P.G.) Dick of Spr- Mrs. Florence Sheldon of Jacksonville
Hartwell, GA; 4 grandchildren Inghill Fla.: Shirley (Polly) ,Fla.Funeral. MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS
planne Gill and Matthew Gill, both Michalski of Orlando; one son,Rufus services were held Monday
of Gainesville, Dr. Paul Giddings of (Bill) Crawford of Lexington, Tenn.; March 11, in the Jones Funeral
Liberty, S.C. and Stephen Giddings ,. 3 Lbs. Or More USDA WESTERN CHOICE USDA WESTERN CHOICE
: of Athens, GA; 2 great-
,I granddaughters; 3 nieces Mrs. CALIFORNIA
Virginia Peace MacKey of Keystone MARCH RIGHT IN.... ; ;
Heights Mrs. Dorothy McAulay of
Chin,S.C.,and Mrs.Mildred Wise And Save with these Specials. ROAST 'ROAST
of Washington D.C.; 4 nephews, -
John Jim Charles and Bob Gill of FRM Cattle

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. Five Sentenced from November's Cocaine Investigation. : '" .:, .. .:.

Five Stark men arrested in ed seven months in prison and a.ooo Office. rested Utul UMV were Charlie Harrelson. ty February 20. -r against Green will be dismissed*.y. .
November in connection with an investigation $ fine to be followed by seven' Timothy Bryan received longer 30, of Columbia County Emanuel N. "Billy"Klondes.who the state attorney.
of cocaine distribution in years probation for sale and sentence due to Bryan's violation of Johnnie Blaine Thompson, 43, of was scheduled for trial Feb. 18 pled Eldridge,Hamilton and Goodman
Bradford County were sentenced delivery of cocaine. probation on a 1992 Federal Lawtey and L. J. Norman, 41, of guilty to one count of delivery of co were adjudged guilty placed on MM
March 4 in circuit court. John Spencer, 28, was given three counterfeitlngi4harge., : He was Wellborn caine. year probation and fined $300 attorney
Timothy Alan Bryan.M, of Starkewas years probation and$1,000 fne for sentenced to three years in a federal In January, Thompson, franchise Roosevelt Green, Edward fee. '
sentenced to 18 months in prison sale of cocaine. prison followed by a five years pro owner of Starke'a Sonny's Bar-B'Q, Aldridje, Thomas Levon Hamilton, sloeeL no contest to the posses' ,
for sale of a controlled substance by Garry Dennis Wells 23,who work- bation March 12. 1982. In U.. S. pled guilty and was sentenced to Chris Goodman and Joe Edward Lee after his motion todismiss
Circuit Judge John J Crews. .. for Craft was given three yearspetlbatIon District Court.He is to serve 18 min.l prison for 4/ years. He is Incarcerated aU pled guilty to possession of a controlled for Improper governmental
for possession.Assistant s in a state prison consecutive: with in Mayo Correctional In- substance before Judge JohnJ conduct was denied A PSI ,wasordered
Michael Stephen Bryan 20, State Attorney Tom any sentence resulting from his stitution. Crews. on him. ,
Timothy's brother, received a Elweo- said each defendant had .,violation of probation.The Harrelson pled guilty in Decemberand Green was adjudged guilty of- A total of 23 suspects have been arrested
seven-month prison term, a $7,000 varying" of involvement in was sentenced to five yean in possession and uttering a forgery since Nov. 6 and charged lathe
fine and ten years'probation for sale investigated by five sentenced March 4 were DOC. and must make restitution. A drug Investlgalon In Bradford
and possession of cocaine. the Florida Department of Law En- among eight arrested Nov.Sin an Investigation Six of the drug suspects: appearedin presentence investigation (1.21)was County. To date 14 defendants have ..
Ewell Frank Craft 21,also receiv- forcement ands Bradford Sheriff's in Bradford. Also ar-.. circuit court to.enter pleas_of gull-' ordered, the, remaining! charges pled guilty __ .

I Chance Wins Election as Chief Judge: in 8thCircuit '

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Judge Chester B. Chance "Buzzy"! Green prior to the election Starting July I,Chance will be empowered judges' assignments each year. The '
was elected chief judge of the Eighth merely said he'd "appreaciate to assign responsibilities to next change will go into effect Jan. 1,
Judicial Circuit March 12 in the your consideration" and would like judges within the circuit, which in- he said.
Alachua County Courthouse. the chance to serve"if you deem me cludes Alachua Baker Union Bradford Chance will receive no additionalpay Over the period of a year, many families spend more on their hot water.
There were no posters and no fit." Gilchrist and Levy counties. when he takes over the duties of heaters than on two air-conditioners two colors TVs. a frost-free refrigerator -
leaflets nor was there any dramatic Chance was elected by the area's Chance 44, a circuit judge since Chief Judge Benjamin M. Tench. .. and half a dozen other appliances.BESSENT .
campaign rhetoric. 18 circuit and county judges in a 10-8 1979, said he would continue the The position is up for re-election in

One candidate Circuit Judge R.A. vote. longterm practice of rotating two yean. ., .r". .- ; .

. Five Remanded to Custody for Child Support

Six defendants appearing in court and was released. his own recognizance and given 30 James M. Stewart, $102; Corothen
for failure to pay child support were Hal C. Freeman 31. of Starke arrears days to pay.Orders C. Roberts $850; Beville Thomas :
ordered remanded to CUI for $1,67, paid link the amount Outlaw, $250; Andrew Brooks
five months and 29 days by = R. owed and was released. of arrests have been issuedon $170.60; Steven Murphy, alimonyand
A. Green. Jr. March 5 in ord Nathan Kelly Shannon 29, of the following defendants; Robert support, $.,305.60f'; Horace
County Court. Starke arrears $622 purged and Pittman arrears$165;Mark Mattox Knowles. $3,163; starling
was released. 2610.60; Jimmy Lavender, $952.; $455; Lewis M. Ayers $2,625.
David J. Sasser. 21, arrears $'778; .
Leo Frank Brady 30,of Columbia James Miller 25,arrears$570, remains -
arrears $566 Brady purged in custody.
(paid full) and was released from Wayne Douglas Crawford 27, of
custody. Starke was arrested Feb. 25 on an Kiwanis
Waymon Hampton 34, of Brad order of arrest for failure to pay RD AREA
ford County arrears $328. purged child suDDort. He was released on
6-WEEK.OLD Fried Chicken Dinner Reduced to "'.900 i

Sunday. March 17-12-4 Call to lee this beautiful,well built,brick veneer ham
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Pur. Bred- Blue-Eyed Bradford High School Cafeteria ERA Tiffin I Ow.n.lnc..Iltor.f".5045 Ev...
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EVOCAn : 53.00 Carryoots Available A. MONEIM RAMADAN. MD

Standard Sz. like New Hand and Plastic Microsurgery
emergency vehicle operationscourse Brown-Delivery Arranged I _. Proceeds to Kiwanii-iponsored Youth Project
(EVOC) was put on by the 185Mike Ryon ...takes in
Vo-tech March 9 and 10 with David 9647002WE pleasure announcing the arrival of his' ,
Smith Coordinator."It associates Owen B.K. Osborne MD and Ian W. Rogers,
was just what we needed we NEED Starke Auto Sales 'Inc. MD with experience and interest in microsurgery hand I
are taught all types of life-saving cosmetic
surgery reconstructive
PECANSPaying surgery general!
but skills and
skills no driving we
drive at speeds on occasion in excessof We Finance Our Own plastic surgery.
75 mph." said Cliff Chapman 35' Ib.
Director of Emergency Services. MIKE'S PRODUCE Regardless of Credit Call (904) 496-2323 or (904) 373-3130:
This course is required by state 2 Mites South of Starke on US 301 .
law and included 16 hours of For Large OmntHles Call 964-7002 "
NO INTEREST RATE 0 for to the
classroom and driving skills cover see
ing serpentine course, backing FREE BROCHURESMore at... or... doctors'I I
evasive maneuver right and left information is available by Specialize in Cars & Trucks Hand and Plastic Surgery Lake
hand cornering and braking wel))'. writing to: National Library Service Associates of Gainesville Hand Surgery Center., 1

Baker the"The 20 course union participants was and well Bradford from received coun-Clay by,> Handicapped For the Blind, Box K,:The J'Pf ysi Libraryof al1>r' "South uS" 3O1.- Starke 964-6832 ._ .Gainesville, Florida, ., ..e4,Jak .Butler, F\p\ ".. ." "'" "Z Jf',

ties. There were no complaints said Congress. Washington. D.C. -- "
Chapman._ Instructors for the course 20542,or call toll-free 8004249100. t 7'I' I
were Oscar Davie and Norman

Dowdy.When the new driving range is r ., Tina's Turntable NATIONAL I CODer4bler"

completed this course will be offeredas J
an ongoing course of instruction : 925-B N. TEMPLE -964-8532 ,
according to Chapman. Next to Pizza Hut in Starke Upright
Another course scheduled for _'
March 30 and 31, has been filled. i with Dirt
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"H'" rei state announced that the PTI and the charges against her Kendall
buy equipment to fulfill
charges would be
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husgand will be
;/ dropped, according contracts but he did not buy the
defendant and the referral to the
,. to court records. equipment, according to Assistant
".' pre-trial Intervention (PTI program The fraud scheme alledgedly took State Attorney Thomas Elwell.
for the second defendant arrested place from May 1 to July 26.At that Lydia Williams father, Walter
for fraud last September, time more than $50,000 In property, Neilson,
was arrested in Walla
George Brooks Williams, 58, of assorted tools! and $18 000 was ob- Walla, Wa. in November,
revlffs Lawtey and his wife Andrea :
l Lydia tained from Mark Kendall.Hall and also named
M 'WIM'P as an ,
Williams, 40, arrested 21 accomplice
t were Sept. Kendall were partners In a newly he himself
r t GI'' h as accomplices to conspiracy with opened telephone installing service represented. When Neilson as Hall'sgrandfather.
failed to
,t Howard "Dale" Hall In connectionwith in Starke.
1 appear in Bradford County Dec. 3
oY a fraud scheme.
it for his arraignment, a capias was
The couple were charged at their The primary suspect,Hall,left the been issued for his arrest.
r.. **'i M v rrrewnrn 1 arrest with organized fraud,schemeto area in July and has not been The Williams were present when
defraud and two counts of grand located. Hall talked of conspiracy but their
theft. The charges were later Hall claimed to have received an actual involvement was doubtful
admended to two counts of grand Inheritance of several million according to Elwell. Both Hall andNeilson
theft. dollars which was in a trust fund. are being pursued at this
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4 : ; Lydia Williams was referred toG trust fund he received money from when located, said Elwel

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\*' Power was out for parts of south Corbett's Tire & Service $'8O't
;Starke Tuesday:morning for an hour 1oU( Save
and -a' half 'after a motor home
'sheared a power pole on US-301. Transmission Special
", An Ohio couple received facial in need e'! 1 !
juries when their vehicle left the 95 wo er
Broadway and struck the Florida $
.Power:: & Light pole in front of Cap- tock
tain D's on US-301 at 10:40 a.m. The Pennzoil
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"ap-proximately e fie Dex II or F Type h't9on 0' the
dent occurred, according to Up to 5 Qts. J,ausninsio u _
\;.'Patrolman David Crum.
,f'l' Driver of the + ReplaceFilter MotorsHAS
1982 motor home, Terwiliegar
'.>Wilbur Johnson, 63, and his wife and Inspect Parts N\,aarxW+

from Marietta Ohio were 402 N. Temple Ave. -
:1 transported to Bradford.Hospital by IT ALL CARS & TRUCKS
Rescue 61, where they were treated 964-6436

and Paramedic released Paul,West.according to Must Present Coupon Exp. 3-31-85 NEW & USED

Estimated damage to the power
pole was$2,500.Power was restoredat BEST PRICES IN FLORIDA
12:20 p.m.

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bargains that end up badly after
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even the intelligent shopper into a
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sibility.Get to know us,we are in
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JEWELRY: Starke G'viHe JAX Keystone :

Bradford 964-8489 Square 2 STARK Locations 100 I.Call St.9647O64. 209 W. Madison State Road 21f

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Bradford Arrests For Traffic Violations :


The following arrests were made Joann Brown Bennett 20, was arrested Paul Rhoden.Burch was released on the county jail he was charged with \qj( N
by local authorities during the past March 5 on a capias for no a $325 surety bond. '" grand theft by Patrolman Paul 9 sum .

two weeks for traffic violations. .In valid driver license,according) to Lt. Rhoden. Finley alledgedly took a O< ...... .. ....lit. ................>.. .".*"
Bradford County.. :Glen Moore. Bennett was released Arthur Glover, 49, of Starke was three-wheeler from Saragota -
i .after, $25 court costs were paid. arrested March 9 for driving under Heights and attempted to sell it in Perms $20
Walter Ray Nichols',84.of Heriu.do Alfred Commer Crosby, 35 of Influence, according to Corporal Hampton,' according to the police '.\.;;
was arrested March for driving Bradford County was arrested David Goodner. Glover's blood report. Bond was set at $50 for the
under influence,:according' Lt. March 6 for driving under influenceand alcohol content was .12 percent. He traffic violations and $2,500 for Cut & Style $9Frostin$15
William Tillotson. Bond was set at driving while license suspended, was released after a $325 surety grand theft. Finley remains in 'rhSuzi
$325.. according to Patrolman W. C.Reno. bond was posted. custody. .'!::
'Daniels, 34 ;was Crosby was released after surety Only ssi. .ow.oe rfilM e+ee.ne 964-4151 "*
Kenneth Wayne bonds were posted for$535. Harrison Lee Finley Jr., 22, of Harold C. Farnsworth was arrested .
arrested for driving while license Starke was arrested March 7 and Feb. 28 for driving under Influence --,_. .. ''_- ,.'- .tiA
suspended, according Trooper W. Gary L. Burch, 29, of Starke was charged with no valid driver license according to Trooper B. .. ';>;,...,
M.Abrams.Daniel was released on under and no tag according to Chief John ;:
arrested March 10 for driving Williams. He was released after .
870 W. McMahon StreetNaxt :
a $210 surety,.bold: influence, according to Patrolman Hodges. Upon booking Finley: into $325-cash'- bond.. was posted., A'I J I ( to Pizza Hut) ..:.;:1;

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ObituariesMrs.Mable Born and raised in Bradford Coun- Friday at the graveside in Bridgeton. :w
was the son of the late Hamilton William B. Garton N.J., with Archie Tanner FuneralHome Sporting Goods & Accessories :
Rowe and Clara Powell Crawford Mr. William B.Garton, 85,of Route of StarKe in charge of local ar
White former pioneer resident of BradfordCounty. 4, Box 1118E in Starke, died early rangements. Plaques and Trophies Now Available :
Mrs. Mable White 81, of Lake He was employed as a Tuesday night at.the University Care '
Geneva, died Tuesday, March 12, in carpenter until ill health forced his Center in Gainesville,following an extended -, ALSO SUPER. LACES IN ASSORTED COLORS .>:
. . t
Bradford after illness. illness. T L -::::'
Hospital, a long retirement and was a member of the Card of Thanks
Born in East Providence, R.I., Union Primitive Baptist Church of Born and raised in Bridgeton, New BE AHEAD OF THE GAME ,.k :
on October 28, 1903,Mrs.White was a Starke. Jersey, he was the son of the late Words cannot adequately expressour ORDER SOFTBALL UNIFORMS NOW ::
Adam and Frances Bevans deep appreciation for the many
homemaker. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Garton,
Survivors include her husband, Dorothy Crawford of Starke; one former pioneer resident of New kind and sympathetic acts that came I NEW SHIPMENT : wShimmels.
Philip White of Lake Geneva, and a Mrs. Loretta Ross of Jersey. A retired farmer, he was a to us at the time of our recent, :
sister, Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick of Stare; six sons, David, Ronnie and member of the Friendship Methodist'' bereavement. Sons Mans & Ladles :
Miami,Fla.Funeral. Dallas Ray, Jr., all of Starke, Lamarof Church. and Daughters Tank Tops Muscle T's& Running Short.'i. ,
Of .
services were held Raiford,Rowe"Red"of Ocala,Jef- Survivors include four nieces: Mrs. Roy"Pop"Lloyd '
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Wednesday, March 13 at 11 a.m. fery of Lawtey; one sister,Mrs. Rose Julia Volkmar of Starke, Mrs. < "....-..
graveside at Keystone Hts. O'Neil of Lake Butler; and two Frances Sauls, Alma, N.J., Jane
Cemetery, with the Rev. Buddy brothers, H. R. of Salt Springs and Vanderslice and Mrs. Ann Dickinson LAWN GARDEN CENTER :
Frielin conducting the services.Jones Harold of Lawtey; and 18 grand both of Bridgeton, New Jersey; one and
Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas children. nephew, Martin Childs, Sr., of Cedar. LORIDA :
in charge of arrangemepts. Funeral services were conducted ville, N.J.Funeral. 539 E. Call Starke .,

Monday Funeral,March Chapel 11 at with the Archie Tanner services were conducted- PEST Phone 964.5745 '=

Dallas R. Cra'wlord. Sr. Brooker and Elder James Land ONTROL ,. 9.6 6 ::
Mr.Dallas Ray Crawford,Sr.,69,of ficiating. Graveside services were FLORIDA TWIN C CNEMICCL CO :
Route 4, Box 196, Starke, died early conducted by Rev. Lester Austin ALEAS
March 8 at his home following an extended with Archie Tanner Funeral Home of THEATRE 3SfrA rI
illness. Starke in charge of arrangements.SATURDAY. p.100rMor.
Starke 964-5451 :
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ParsleySevilleGrass Limited Supply Sublect| to Sellout :
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