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 21, 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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A cold front passing down through the state is expected to bring SECTION At 12 Pog.t
rain with it, showers and a few thunderstorms, according to the N.w. . . . . .fag. 1.3 JI'
Florida Division of Forestry's Friday-Sunday outlook. Idiioriol . . . . ...Pogo SINCE 1879
TV and radio reports say there Is a 40 percent chance of rain to- Social. . . . . Pag.s *.B
day (Thursday, March 21), and a better chance Friday. ".
The cold front is expected to be accompanied by strong, gusty l.goi Notice. t. . . .Pogo 12 I
surface winds, blowing south and southeast ahead of the front and Won Adi. . . . .Pog. 10-II
NW behind it.Temperatures.

are expected to be in the low to mid-70s on the high SECTION II 12 p....

side and in the mid-408 on the low side Clay Coop . .Pon. IB
Sunday's rainfall amounted to a little less than an inch, but it fell sWk. Mooting.. -. . .Pallo 11 4J1 o Q
softly and soaked in without much runoff at all. The New River first FI,. FTah.il-FU. i 2
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tower on SR-100 west of Starke reported 1.3 inches.! The Santa Fe Summ. Camp. . . .Pago.. 1 F AR
fire tower on US-301S reported ,7 inches, the Louis Hill tower at Acorn Clinic. . . .Pallo 5' ,; o* P K SQL y
Highland reported .85 inches. Tho Clmo si.n.. . .PaIlO. .10' The Sv o rIes This Side of Heaven P.
Since the first of the year 5.6 inches of rain have fallen on north . v 1985
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Florida. Normal rainfall for the period is 10.19 inches. r -VVV-* *Copy p ,
.day. March 21.1985 USPS 002-700

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II Parts of Bannister Murder Weapon Found ; Hearn\ Told WhereParts I

of a .22 caliber weapon used to murder John J. the sister. The Banisters had been married for six years
(Joe) Banister on County Road 18 the night of February "It was a great egotistical Hearn Called 'Paranoid' and resided on U.S. 301 South of Starke at the time of the

2 have been recovered in Alachua County by authorities downfall for him that ahoot'n'holler Reddish said the six-foot, 240 pound adventurer had murder. Banister was employed as an installer for
there, Sheriff Dolph Reddish announced Wednesday. become "real paranoid" about investigators being on Western' Electric in Gainesville, assigned to( the Palatka
Reddish said location of the weapon, allegedly belonging placea one-horse his trail in Bradford County. "It was a great egotistical area. Mrs. Banister is employed in the Loan Recovery
to the victim, Banister, was revealed by John Wayne outfit like ourscould bring him downfall for him that a hoot'n'holler place-a one-horse Department with Sun Bank in Gainesville.
Hearn, the self-proclaimed "mercenary" who surrendered outfit like ours-could bring him down." The sheriff is
himself to Texas authorities on March 15 and down, said Sheriff Reddish. convinced that Hearn had developed a state of mind that According to early reports, Mrs. Banister met her
admitted to three murders during January and The Sheriff said Hearn was con- made him think "some Bradford County rednecks might husband in Palatka after work on the day of the murder.
February. vinced that "some Coun- catch up with him, march him out to the prison and sit They dined with friends before starting for home in
him in the electric chair without due process." separate cars. Mrs. Banister detoured by way of
Hearn's arrest in Texas may have ended the bizarre ty rednecks might catch up with ")Ie had never faced a situation like that before and Gainesville to pick up their two children from the homeof

career of the self-proclaimed "Soldier of Fortune" who him march him out to prison and told Brazos (Texas) County Sheriff Ron Miller that he her sister.
advertised his services as a weapons specialist "seeking turned himself in because he feared someone was gunn- Banister drove his late model Ford Escort North from
high risk assignments overseas or in the U.S." He is now sit him in the electric chair ing for him," Reddish said. Palatka on Highway 100, turning west on County Road 18
being held without bond on a "capital murder" chargein without due process. The Bradford sheriff described the complex interlocking at Theressa. About 1% miles east of Hampton, he was
the "for hire" shooting of a Texas housewife. of three murder cases as the most bizarre series of shot through the driver's window two times with a .22
Authorities in Bradford and Alachua Counties hope to events to occur during his 13 years in office. "It reads caliber weapon, both shots entering the left side of the
present evidence in the two Florida murders to grand through a window in the living room of his home in like a television script," he said. And the end is not yet in head.
juries within 30 days. Gainesville. sight. More arrests are expected in the Banister and
February 2-John J. Banister, 42, shot twice with a .22 Batie cases following grand jury investigations. Car Found
caliber weapon on Highway 18 east of Hampton about With Engine RunningThe
Three Murders AdmiU..dFollowing
11:30 Victims Once BrothersinLawBanister
: p.m.February wounded man's car came to rest in the south
a weekend trip to Bryan, Texas with other 21--Sandra Black, killed at her home in and Batie were one-time brothers-in-law, ditch, and was discovered by a passer-by about 11:30
investigators, Bradford Investigator Don Denton said Bryan, Texas, with a .22 caliber weapon at the instiga- Batie being the ex-husband of Debra Banister's sister, p.m., with the motor still running. Banister was dead at
that Hearn, after being properly "Mirandarized" (advised tion of her husband, Robert Black, also being held in Marlene, who lives in Gainesville. Investigating officers the scene.
of his rights) admitted the following murders: Texas on a capital murder charge. Black allegedly paid were told that Hearn and Mrs. Banister had known each
January 6-Cecil Batie, 33, killed by shotgun fired Hearn $1,000 for his services. 'other for seven years, and he was also acquainted with (see Murder..p.2/\)

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Fine... T : ,- silence. missions cooled when the city began
That's what greeted a motion by receiving some $80,000 per year in
Starke Commissioner( Charles local gas tax funds from the 4-cent
,'_,oj. Looking good.That's Schaefer for the city to pay half of gasoline tax passed by the county.
the condition of Bradford'sstrawberry "* the fee for a joint city-county studyof Municipalities receive some of the
crop as growers, scrapp- ways to merge services and save $240,000 per year funds on a per .'
ing now, look forward to picking r feST"A vjr money. capita basis.
pretty heavy next week. Mayor Bobby Biggs brought the When the city began receiving the
County extension agent Bobby A? !S > r* % matter up at the very end of the gas tax funds, the county cut off
Taylor visited.strawberry patches regular Tuesday night March 19, ci- some $12,000 it had been paying the
t : Wednesday morning' ; March 20, and ty commission meeting, 'asking the city for fire protection and recrea .
\ reported"t =Tue tay-light' % 'f' council,what it wanted to do..'' tionfurds. And, the coun.ldid! it
freeze didn't hurt the berries at all. ..wj *-_, T.rJti V' .* jxt.1. jiaPJiS. Following Commissioner without notifying Uti lt},:-PObite xr
Taylor visited the strawberry Schaefer's motion, there was only out City Commissioner Charles
Leon Starling Buddy Norman, silence. Commissioners Jimmy Schaefer.In .
Junior Carter, and Luther Milliard in Crosby, Travis Woods, and Vernon
the Lawtey area. R-3 '' F'' Silcox simply stared straight ahead, other March 19 action, the
"All we need is a little better ( v> never glacmg at Schaefer or Mayor Starke commission:

price," says Taylor. fj& 4 Biggs during the few moments it
Growers are asking $6 wholesale, .? x ,ynfe* o JL AJ'L,' ,. vi *-- took for the mayor tosay the motion Accepted a bid of $2,960 from
and being offered $4 to $5 per flat by *w died for lack of a second. Olan Rowe to reroof the parts
chain store buyers.On City and county committees have warehouse at the city power plant.
the road in Bradford berriesare f been met several times over the past Seven bids were received, ranging
selling for $8-9 per flat. Plant City 'Vi&i two years trying to come to some from Row's low to $7,777.77.On .
berries are also being sold on the areas where they can cooperate.
road. Presenting the city uses the county the recommendation of city
Norman's Market in Starke is sell- jail and the county landfill. Almost bond trustees, reiterated its policy of
ing berries direct from their farm : : half of those participating in the city requiring a customer to have two
for $7.99 per flat. Norman was the recreation department come from gas appliances at a residence before
only one picking Wednesday, Taylor t .... outside the city limits. city natural gas will be supplied.
said. ,"h' >, _,. Last committee meeting was in Also, a master gas meter will be in-
It will be a couple weeks before ," :
really heavy picking, says Sandra ,;. ;/ Tucker, Mayor Bobby Biggs, County replace seven meters.
Norman. With good weather, Mrs. 4te. Clerk Gib Brown and County Com-
Norman says, there should be picking v + ;.: iw1' -"I"\. ." .... missioner E.W. Hodges) met to Turned over to Commissioner
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I plenty of berries around Easter ; discuss a county request for a $25,000 Vernon Silcox to look into developerBill
and for the upcoming April 9-13 .. i'y"I-"I\-' city payment for its use of the county Roser's suggested that he and

Bradford County Fair. 2\* ... ." ..... ,.". t- landfill. The county, faced with a the city split the $5,000 cost of pavingin
Mrs. Norman says the appearance .0:: ... -\t'! tight budget, wants to use the $25,000to front of a new shopping center on
of their plants improved with the ., ,o(, ,- ,. I pay for a garbage compactor. Market Road. Rosier also said there
natural rainfall Sunday, even though ', .\"J""tp...,:.. Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., are two stumps in the city right of
they've been watering. in charge of garbage this year, saida way which need to be removed.
There probably isn't 100 acres of compactor would make the space
strawberries in the county this year, Big Beautiful Berries Can Come from Little Patches... available last one-third longer.To Was shown a model of a conceptfor
a far cry from the mid-403 when V.R. date, there has been no com- a recreation center for Starke
Ferguson remembers 44 box cars of Robert Franklin bends to the task in his eight rows strawberry from his Sequoia plants. lie has mitment by the city (on the county' and Bradford County by John Kelly,
berries being loaded in one day at of strawberres, about 8.000 plans, on CR-225 east of customers who always want his berries, Franklin request.

the Lawtey strawberry wharf. Lawtey. Franklin was getting a big, nice, red says. Cooperation between the two com- (See Council..P.2A)

I Lake Dwellers Organize. ,: to Watchdog Santa Fe Pass Development"Time I

be careful not to affect the quality of the environ Two cease and desist orders have been issued by DERto
is overdue to make you-all aware of the some of Procedures Disregarded... very
of the Santa Fe Pass project Hill said.
ment, Hill pointed out.DER's developers
the activities in our area, Harold Hill told a group of Hill said the developers proposed get an "after the Lake
Carter said the Santa Fe River is designated as Jim Gill said it is important to show the Santa Fe
about 50 Santa Fe Lake residents about a proposed $7 fact" permit, and that the developers have "...a total
a Class 3 Florida water, which means the water must be Dwellers Association is not against development. They
million recreation and living development at Santa Fe disregard for procedures, in my opinion." okay for consumption by wildlife. Class 1 means know the area will grow, but want it done correctly, he
Pass on the south side of the division between Big and "What I have seen here is direct violations" of the per- drinkable for human consumption, Class 2 means okay said.
Little Santa Fe Lakes. mitting process, Hill said, telling the residents "We
for fish Class 3 for wildlife Class 4 means okay for
How the development would affect the quality of the "
wanted you to see them. agriculture supplies, and Class 5, the lowest quality, Proposed Development...?
water and surrounding wetlands of the lake is the major
Hill, chairing the meeting, invited Leonard Carter of
concern of the conservation group, the Santa Fe Lake the Department of Environmental Regulation (DER) to means usable for navigation, by utilities and for in- The six year old plans for the development at Santa Fe
Dwellers Association. Damage to the lake by overuse speak about regulations of developing wetlands, then dustrial purposes. Pass of the Santa Fe Racquet and Rudder Club, which
and by effluent from treatment in the low- the for Hill had taped to a blackboard in the Melrose school
opened meeting questions.
the raised by Hill DER which has an enforcement branch, protects the cafeteria, call for 2 tennis courts, 7 racquethandballcourts
lying wet areas, were major questions Developers of the proposed Santa Fe Racquet & Rudder -
the president of the Lake Dwellers Associa- Club,which would be located in Alachua County,are environment and enforces the rules, said Carter. DER ) a tennis pavillion, a clubhouse bwlding, picnic
tion. It is not a question of whether damage has occurred four Gainesville men: Larry Cheshire, Bill Watson, Joe issues no permits for an input into an outstanding area, nature and 'jogging trails, 2 boat ramps 40-space
from the fill the developers put in 1979, but how much Wattlesworth, and Michael Adams. Florida water that would lower the ambient water quality boat trailer parking, an 80-space car parking area, a
damage has been done, Hill said. Carter said. And if a project doesn't emit effluent 209-foot( wide swimming beach, a 100-foot wide sailboat
Hill called the Santa Fe Lake residents together in the Plans Not Ready... that lowers the quality of water below what it is, beach, and miscellaneous docks and nature trails.
developers don't need a permit from DER.
School last
cafeteria of Melrose Elementary Plans for the proposed development remain unfinished Concept for the Santa Fe Racquet and Rudder Club,
night, March 14. He declined to the give developers a chanceto call a said Larry Cheshire, who acted as the developers' Sores on Fish... according to the six-year old plan is "...to create a
their side developers can
present of their saying spokesman Thursday night. Cheshire said the Three lake residents said something is happening to recreational and social activity center primarily
meeting own. developers are as concerned as the residents about how oriented to the lake with a wide variety
Hill the motive of developers who he says do the lake because there are sores on small bass they'vebeen yet supplemented ,
and the development will affect the lake, and want to do catching. And, the grass is the lake Is blackened, of other athletic, recreational and social amenities."
follow the permitting
not state county process.
nothing detrimental to the quality of life there. The club is intended to be private, for members only.
There is reason to believe work on the development, they said, not green the way it used to( be.
could Include families in other
Membership or
in is start again said some of the persons
begun 1979, going to up ,
lake residents present for the meeting.The Cheshire said he didn't know when the plans would be No DER Teeth... areas as well as local residents.Lot .

property has been zoned for the developmentsince ready. A lake resident, Sam Daniels, who said he lives about
Hill showed six-year-old plans which Cheshire said said DER purchasers in the Santa Fe Pass Planned Unit
1979 said developer Larry Cheshire.Hill 300 yards from the proposed development,
said work stopped on the site in early 1984 when could be considered only conceptual, and said the project negotiated with developers for removal of fill put in Development (PUD) would not be obligated to Join the
club but will have inherent right to certain areas to be
Commissionfor would not be built by those plans. an
to the Alachua County without
developers applied a permit.
preliminary site approval. Hill said he showed the Some of the fill was removed, but not nearly all, said developed within the club, including the boat ramps
Alachua County Commission the same slides the lake Sensitive Area... Daniels. beach area, without charge, fee, or dues, the plans say.
. residents saw last Thursday and the commission re The sensitive condition of Santa Fe Lake and its ad- Carter gave the name and phone number of a DER official According to Hill, 72 homesites are included in the
jected the preliminary plans.In joining wetlands were stressed by Harold Hill, who .Gene Medley,377-7528, in another branch of DER lake.plans, not in the wetlands area but up on the hill from the
the color slides the fill was newly applied, but they pointed out the lake is the headwaters of the Santa Fe the residents could question about damage so far to the v

are now about six years old. Local resident Sam Daniels River and the primary source of the flow to the Suwan- quality of the lake. area for clubhouse area Is 33.1 acres,jri-"
says the fill can still be seen but the area has grown up in nee River, of which the Santa Fe River is a major DER has no teeth and is fairly impotent, said Daniels."It's Total site the area of 5.92 acres. The
grass waist high. tributary. all up to us to put a bite in it," said Daniels. cluding a common open space line setbacks -
,. Hill says the fill goes down in the water, which is The Santa Fe Lake, the Santa Fe Swamp,and the Santa "The only power you have is sitting in this room right private club the area lake would would be 27.18 be 50 acres.feet. Property.
against regulations, and he pointed all that out on the Fe River were all designated Outstanding Florida now"said Jim Gill,a lake resident and a director of the from would be privately owned.Inside. .
Roads in the development
,. slides. Waters in early 1984, which means any developer must Lake Dwellers Association. '..

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9. Resignation: Refused-

Vie. For example, attorney Brown
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4 Declining to accept the recommendation said, the hearing examiner's fin-
The champion and runner-up of both the superintendent dings and recommended suspension
spelling bee winners from each I' "I and its attorney, the Bradford could support termination of Mrs.
Bradford school school will go to M. school board voted 4-1 to reject the Hutson's contract. '

the district competition at the resignation proffered by suspended Supt. Duncan pointed out the
School Board Office at 10 a.m. next vo-tech cosmotology instructor Betty board can hear from the board at.

Thursday, March: 21. Stevens Hutson. torney and the attorney of Ms. Hut-
County-wide spellers to be com- Also rejected Monday night, son, and decide what to do.

peting are, by school, with the March 18, was the recommendationof Administration Brown explained that acceptingthe
champ listed first:. a Department of report and Hutson's resignation
Starke Ele.: Charles Hutchesonand hearing officer who determinedMrs. would end the matter for the board.
Sonja Norman. Hutson's actions constituted Brown said he had been told by Hut-
Southside Ele.: Steve McElroyand "...misconduct and immorality in of- son's attorney the resignation would
Brian Hall. fice." The hearing officer recommended be not be offered unless the board accepted -
-Lawtey Ele.: Kim Johnson and that Mrs.remainder of the the hearing examiner's
suspended for the the hearing ex
Erin Wilkerson.. report. Rejecting .
Archie current school year. recommendation,
Hampton Ele.: Allison aminer's
and Danny Manz. Charged with final disposition the school of however, would require that the '.
Brooker Ele.: Shawn Bass and the case,the action leaves to hear board hold a hearing later, and r
Jason Pardee. board in a position sides the render a decision, Brown said.
both ,
Bradford MS: Jared Metcalf arguments from The board attorney said he j
board attorney
and Kevin Krack.Chamber ; Getting; Into the Spirit... z superintendent for Mrs. Hutson, disagreed with some of the hearing 1 1examiner's
and the attorney findings, but added ac- :j j
.;5: who if Tom Young of FEA-United,
Luncheon... would accomplish
42 plastic 1. ? of the hearing cepting report ;
Fifteen community volunteers picked up !!: the teacher union. Date Brown did -
board's objectives.
A Chamber Seminar-Luncheon is 30-gallon garbage bags of trash along the shoulders N yr t. which will be public, will be the those objectives.
set for Thursday, March 28, from of CR-225 on the east side of l.awtey this past Saturday determined by the two attorneys. not elaborate on
noon til 1 p.m., at the Chicken Fac- morning. Board attorney Terence Brown
tory, $3 plate. Topic, "How to han- Working in the clean-up crew were Roseland IJS.1!!! t advised the board not to answer whyit Charges Founded... :
dle bad checks," discussed by Nichols, Renter'Nichols, Robert Nichols, Jr., Shaun ., rejected the resignation and hear- Brown said the hearing ,;
representative from state Jenkins Alvin Jenkins Silas Jenkins. Grezgory r: l' .". .. ri: ing officer's recommendation, since examiner Attorney finding of immorality j
attorney's' office.Downtown. Baker Sylvester Bright, Chamber of Commerce i the board is now in the position of acting and misconduct suggested that by
Progress... Director Mike Cooney, Mark Shelton, Lisa Bright, ;" as an impartial hearing body the resignation' the
Sylvester Bright, Jr., Shadrick Bright, and sponsors + I '. and will have to make a ruling. boars goals would be met. :
The Downtown Progress Committee Gwendolyn B. Baker and Carolyn Bright. The group r t r. The case began in February 1984 i
will meet Thursday March 28, calls Itself the Come Together Children Ministeries. after Mrs. Hutson returned from a The eothe correct.
1 charges
at 4 p.m. at the Chamber of Com The group was going to pick up around the Lawtey ,4. field trip to Tampa with adult vo- her public claim of in-
merce office. Plans prepared by garbage dropoff but that has already been cleaned ,; tech students. Mrs. Hutson was Disprove

Bartholomew-Associates for up before Saturday, they said. charged by the local school ad- nocence.Recommends punishment. ,
downtown improvement will be The clean-up spirit seems to be catching on, says ; ministration with falsifying a daily Bradford school districta
Street merchantsare several Inquiries 1. ? '! herself an Give the
reviewed. Call Chamber Director Cooney, who reports allowance voucher to give Hutson.
rid of Mrs.
urged to attend. to his office about cleanup efforts. c r .t w..,e.' extra $50, allowing adult students to way to factual groundwork for
Easter Egg Hunt... Starke will be divided up into sections for a cleanup drink alcoholic beverages on the Lays Professional Practices Commis-
campaign Commissioner Vernon Silcox reported school van, and failing to report the to
Recreation Depart- ,: 1 I students for sion. The law requires such cases
The Starke Tuesday night, March 19. f, money received from and
to the PPC, Supt.
ment will have a Easter Egg Hunt The Chamber's Board of Governors voted March 7 4 supplies. be presented he's sent the
at Wainwright Park (across from to help commuities with their clean-up efforts. p i f Duncan said Tuesday

the County Health Dept.) Friday However, the only Chamber member present Saturday Monday's Action... information off. likelihood of Mrs.
April 5,at 10 a.m. for ages 4.7 and was Director Cooney.Council At first the resignation of Mrs. Reduce the somewhere else and
Hutson going
2:30 p.m. for ages 8-14 years'old. Hutson, a part of the board's new
Refreshments will be served and consent agenda,was accepted by the causing problems.
prizes given. Children must be able board along with other personnel ac-
to find eggs on their own.
Becker Move Dies...
in the meeting, consideration -
Fair Tickets... of the recommended order and A motion by board member Judy
The Fair Association will be of- (from page lA) authority the resolution allowed, fort old in overseeing the demolition the amended order from the hearing Becker to accept the recommendations -
tickets for Barbara Renfro, president of the the jail. and Supt. Jim Dun- of the attorney and superinten-
fering advanced midway who has the idea but needs funding. officer came up,
local Humane Society, said "Wewon't that the board's attorney dent died for lack of a second. +;'f
the 1985 Bradford County Fair at "You have any ideas or prospects, than Was told by Commissioner Silcox can suggested .
several locations. for funding it," Commis have any more authority SuperintendentMerrill answer any questions from / '
maybe, Humane Society that he and utility Hall's Move Goes... .
other citizen
Tickets are 2 for$1. One ticket sioner Vernon Silcox asked, addingthe any Dees have been planning to the board concerning the case.. "'* ''.
buys one ride. Tickets will be sold idea is good, but he doesnn't representatives will knock on doors, clean the city by sections. And, The hearing officer's report offers A second motion, by board '.
and leave if requested to do so, Mrs. member Rodney member Rodney Hall, seconded by 't
at the Chamber office In Starke, know where the city will find the they want to survey the city for one option. Board
Starke and Southside elementary money to build it. Renfro said. repair needs, such as sidewalk Hall asked, what were the board's board member J.T. Parrish to >: ,, y.-1 I\.
Brown said schedule a time to hear both at. : }
schools, Bradford Middle School, etc. other options? Attorney .
Lawtey, Hampton and'Brooker a resolution presentedby Was told by Commissioner repaving, the board had -before it a recommended torneys passed 41. Chairperson : >;,,y. 'j j
Adopted Sanders has agreedto v
told Lu '
schools Keystone Charles Schaefer the city personneland Was order. Brown went on to say Patricia Spengler and board
Elementary Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr. burned '
of the *
volunteers supervised by clean up penalty member J.R. (Jim) Lawson sup- .., "
and substitute
Heights Elementary School, for the state to set aside 30 percent of and the board may any '
Lake Region Travel in KH, Union Community Development Block Schaefer spent 1,159 hours tearing down Nollman home at Cherry and can substitute the board's findings ported the motion. Board member T...., ,*.>
down the city jail and removing Adkins Streets,and that the cleanupis conclusions of law. Becker opposed. >,*
County High School and Andrews Grants for small cities. Crosby saidit of fact and Judy .
from the lawn if the old in '.
shubbery progress. 'f
in Lake Butler Last day for i
Drugs appears the grant funds are goingto

advanced ticket sales is. April 6 at 2 the same towns every who year.feel 1902 did not courthouse.count the Schaefer 120 hours said he spenton that PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY. MARCH 21 THRU WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 1985 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED,-I[ ,
p.m., "There are thos skeptics ,
the.job. ,I I,. 'as .. "
they are going to the same places '
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Bloodmobile. Coming.: ..,, because that's where the political I t. 'Comm'isaioner i !;;also 'said they1'understand <' ...,.
/},tolt< be in Bradford County on Tuesday demolish the buildings on the Green F :
March 26 at: Surplus amrto Approved a resolution giving property,adjacent to the couthoUse,
oJ! Warehouse, U.S. 301 South 9 authority for investigations in the city when its purchase is final. o .tJ. .
10 a.m. Chamber of Commerce, 11 by Bradford Humane Society commended '
; Mayor Bobby Biggs ', .'
a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Murder. representatives.When Mayor Bobby Commissioner Schaefer for his ef- . I
Biggs questioned what kind of Y/lie.,'

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In a prepared statement Sheriff Reddish said that Hearn in the killings, saying only that he told them he
"almost from the outset" Hearn was a suspect. "We expected some form of remuneration for killing Batie I
learned Hearn was a friend/associate of the victim's and Banister. He had already admitted being a hired LYKES.-
wife, Debbie. The investigation led officers to Atlanta, gunman in Mrs. Black's death.
Ga., where Hearn had been living prior to taking up
residence in Gainesville the latter part of 1984. The trail learn Advertised Services $ 59FRANKS

also led to Columbia, S.C., where suspect Hearn's Denton said that he and other investigators traveledup JUMBO
parents lived. It was here that our investigators un- to 4,000 miles and interviewed scores of people while :; ,
covered evidence linking Hearn to a murder In Bryan, following Hearn's tell-tale trail of evidence, such as a:.
Texas. Subsequently Robert Black, husband of Sandra telephone calls, rented cars, and motel room registers.He 16-0Z
Black was arrested; and a warrant for Hearn was said he is still not sure of all the circumstances sur- oenvuuw!-=,-=::::Io '""I''''; '
lssueJ..On Friday, March 15, Hearn surrendered to rounding Banister's death-such as whether or not two !A'J' PKG
Texas authorities after learning he was wanted there. cars were traveling along Road 18 when shots were fired
"On Saturday, March 16, investigator Don Denton, into the Ford. BEEF, MEAT OR CHEESE
State Attorney investigator Wiley Clark, and an investigator The deputy also said that Hearn was apparently so unconcerned -
from the Alachua County Sheriff's office flew about being a murder suspect that, within "- LYKES SLICEDBOLOGNA
to Texas to Interview Hearn. It was during this time that minutes after being questioned in Denton's office, he LYKES SLICED I .
he admitted killing Cecil Batie in Gainesville on was on a pay phone call to Robert Black Texas,planning -
January 8, and John J. Banister on February 2 in Brad- Mrs. Black's death,so her husband could receive in- FAMILY FAVORITE
ford County, and the shooting death of Sandra Black on surance money.

February 21, in Bryan, Texas. BACON
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taken and transmitted. Hearn described himself as THICK SLICED $ 5es
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The sheriff's office also stated that Hearn filed for assignments. ,
from two
film and TV star i seeking protection .
divorce from his present wife,a South Carolina resident, popular "blackmail her". it
two days after the Banister murder. females attempting ', < < ; t
Suspicion was first attached to .Hearn when Mrs. In his prepared< statement Sheriff Reddish said: "The # (
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Bradford County Fairgrounds .' f / Y"e y
should be quite a bit drier this yearas ,
final installation of a $6,000 M
drainage system was installed "
underground at the location on Hwy "'' '
301 early this week. "
Workers installed line of per- i'
forated plastic piping under the mid- r'x' i ,
way area which has been expanded t"

this year by another 200 square feet) .,,,,, ; .1 'd 's ,
to help rainwaters drain faster and r "',: '' '' ',,
keep onlookers feet dry. '
Workers used a unique laser %"" '4kf
directed system to line the piping) up J J ,
underground (shown in the photo "1 '=* +w: ,, r x i
below on the tri-pod), a big improvement
over older, less accurate '' x
methods, according to the workers. xCatn f f? } '' r
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begin April 9, a day earlier than /
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I :> Supreme Court Rules Guards Can Serve on Prison-Related Juries I

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Prison guards cannot be excluded the jury selection process in small potential jurors from the list defender, both prison employeesswore ed Judge Green to invalidate the The appelate court, in turn, was
I from serving on juries,even in cases counties like Union and Bradford.The because they worked at the Lake they could decide the case impartially panel and proceed to select another overruled by the Supreme Court's
I i inwlvife&'an inmate accused of at- legal controversy arose froman Butler Reception and Medical even though they worked at jury. He contended that prison 4-2 decision last week. Justice
,,;I"'t' t J "mualtd. .LufiL Rorida.Supreme''Colirt ... incident in July 1982 when Larry S.....Center. By law, attorney is alloiKn ,&MC..Jvdge.Gjeen-wpuW\ pot allow employees would be biased in favor James C. AdkinS wrote that Judge
:: rdlli7h8ts.' -. Williams" a UCI inmate, was accus-* 'ed to Strike as many as six potential them to be excused by the public *,.rfof'-the'viCtlm''and' should bed i it,Green war within file legal authority
ed of knocking Sgt. Audley Chastain %jurors from the list in cases involvr defender, forcing him to use two of automatically excused. The motionwas when refusing to drop the two RMC
,J... The decision overturns a 1983 ap- into a corner and punching him ing a single felony count. In order to his pre-emptory challenges to denied.In employees from the jury pool. He
pellate court ruling in a 1983 case involving three times. Williams was charged save these pre-emptory challenges, remove them from the jury panel. cited a previous ruling in which the
-r an inmate at Union Correc- with battery of a law enforcement an attorney may also have a poten- Because he had used all of his pre- justices decided that the legal test
-' tional Institution who was convictedof officer.In tial juror removed from the pool by emptory challenges, the public January, 1983, the jury found for a juror's eligibility should be
"punching"a correctional officer. the process of selecting a six- convincing the judge that the person defender was unable to keep a third Williams guilty of battery and Green whether he can support a verdict
Assistant State Attorney Harris member jury for Williams' trial, an being questioned is unsuitable to prison employee off the jury. added two years to his sentence.The solely upon the evidence presented,
Tobin of Lake Butler welcomed the assistant public defender asked Circuit serve in a particular case. After the selection process was sentence was overturned by the and not be swayed by prior pre-
decision, saying It would expedite Judge Buzzy Green to strike two Under questioning by the public completed, the public defender ask- First District Court of Appeal. judice.

Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic to Hold Open House in New Building at Starke Sunday I

In Starke, the new Bradford-Union Grant has been very supportive of much since the early 70's that it is counseling session in the cramped "We hope this: new structure will all along, but were hesitant about
Guidance Clinic will be open for mental health programs and a great hard to imagine how we could have quarters of the old building," Len- encourage some people to visit us coming to see us in the old building,"
touring Sunday, March 24, from 2:30 help in getting the new building in fit into the old building," Lennon non said. who may have needed the services Lennon said. I
to 4:30 p.m.. Starke off the ground .said
Open house will include The $530,000 facility, which also The new building is made of Canadian -
refreshments,and the opportunity to houses a senior citizen's center, of- cedar, which should be both
walk through the new building and fers clinic patients private meeting long lasting and more efficient to
meet staff members.The rooms and an enlarged ad- maintain, according to Operations
modern, wood structure is ministrative center which should Director Kerry Clifford. A
located one block west of U.S. 301 help to meet the rapidly growing "The building is very sound and
behind the Bradford County cour- needs of patients in the area. should be a good investment," Clif- roUCHING sroRY:
thouse.At Although Lennon said his group ford said. He said it has the best insulations -
2:45: p.m., State Senator Bill soon grow beyond the available available and the roof is
Grant D-Madison, will deliver the space in the new building.The designed to last for 50 years, insteadof
dedication speech, outside if new building is a tremendous the usual 15 to 20 years.
weather permits. The ceremony will improvement over the old converted Lennon said the biggest differencein We'd really like you to don't have Touch Call about your newlbuch Call
move into the Senior Center at the house formerly located on Madison the new building and the old space take this
east end of the building in case of Street in Starke. will be the privacy for patients."It story to heart. service, you won't be able service. So the story will
rain.Grant "This is a field that has grown so was hard to have a private It's about how much to access the exciting new have a happy ending.
was instrumental in gaining
-----o' quicker more conveelectronic services that
funding for a program recently instituted -
at the center. Dr. Bill Len- nient Touch Calling is than will be coming in the -
non, the executiye director, said (== g.=- ;:\L
rotary dialing. future. "':
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applicant Community State Y
Banking Corporation at 811 S.
Walnut St., Starke, Fla. 32091 S
that it will apply to the Federal tliii
Reserve Board pursuant to section Iv r
3 of the Bank Holding Company -
Act for acquisition of shareof
a bank. The applicant intendsto
acquire 12,000 shares of 80 pet. LJ'L 4
of outstanding shares of Com- z
munity State Bank of Starke, 811S. v fIIfI
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Board at the Federal Reserve

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.' ,r Prison, Employees Eligible '/::ft, vlY.1;; :' 1 J.J. Dickison Was Thorn in Side 0..f Union ForcesThe

.. 'For Jury Duty Court Rules.r!. r rowed, and acting Ensign F.W. Sanborn,
J. J.Dickison Camp No. 1617,United the gunboat captain, made a mistake,
Confederate Veterans met in 1918 at the signalling to his helmsman to slow down.

courthouse in Starke. and elected the Hardly had the jingle of bells stopped when
The State Supreme Court ruled last any presumed prior prejudice."The following officers: a withering volley of small arms raked the
week that Department of Corrections in the best to '
person position Company Commander, W.T. Weeks; 1st gunboat's decks.
employees are capable of serving on determine this actual bias is the trial LieutenantJ.P. Register; 2nd Lieutenant, The Columbine was a brand-new, fully

juries and making unbiased decisionsas judge," Adkins wrote. "The trial judge John Croft; 3rd Lt, D.J. Bird; Adjutant, equipped vessel, designed and built for'

to innocence or guilt, even incases hears and sees the prospective juror S.F. Morgan; Sergeant Major F.C. speed and maneuverability. She was on

involving prison inmates, The decision and has the unique ability to make an Haislop; Chaplain L.W. Kickliter; ,, her first tour of duty with orders to patrol
will Treasurer, A.J. McKinney; Color Bearer, & the St. Johns River and render all
undoubtedly be welcomed by court assessment of the individual's candor
L.J. Morgan; Vidette, J.M. Rimes; assistance to cavalry units patrolling her
officials in Bradford and Union Coun- and the probable certainty of his Quartermaster, W.G. Green. : banks in search of the Gray Fox.

ties, where a large percentage of the answers to critical questions presentedto The camp was named for the legendary On this fateful day of May 23, 1864, the
population is employed at' the five him." Civil War fighter, John Jackson Dickison, Columbine had unwittingly outrun the
of Correction facilities in who was known by friend and foe alike as
Department units under her command, making her
In effect the court that
was saying a
"The Gray Fox" because of his guerilla
this area. vulnerable to Dickison and his raiders.As .
DOC employee should not be dismissed tactics and daring skirmishes which kept
One' of the four Supreme, Court from jury duty simply because he or she the Union forces in fear and trembling. the first rebel shots sounded,Sanborn.

justices supporting the decision, Justice worked in the prison system, but that tried to restore and soldiers order aboard.to the His confused
crewmen commands
James C. Adkins, wrote that Judge R. the final evaluation of whether the pro- Dickison was born around the year 1820 were all but drowned out in the roar

A. (Buzzy) Green was within his legal spective juror can render an unbiased in Virginia, and lived for a time In South 5 of a 12-pounder from on shore that carried
in Lake Carolina where he served as a cavalry of- the doomed ship's steering ,
authority refusing to drop two verdict should be made by the presiding' ficer in the state militia. In 1856 he moved away gear
Butler DOC employees from the jury judge on a case by case basis. his family to Florida and settled at "Sunnyside" Set adrift, and all but helpless, the Columbine

pool, as requested by the public his plantation on Orange Lake, 4 floated some 200 yards down-river
The Court decision should be
Supreme and lodged against a sand bar. Sanborn'made
defender, simply because they were south,of Gainesville.
especially welcomed by court officialsin a valiant effort to rally his command
employed at the Lake Butler Receptionand During the intervening years when talk minutes of
Bradford and Union Counties where it but after 45 sustainedfire
Medical Center. of secession and independence was he ran up the white flag of surrenderand
would be difficult to empanel a jury in
building to a climax, Dickison quietly con-
ceased. Sanborn and his
The trial, for which the jury was being prison cases without having several tinued to increase his holdings in Marion ship the had fighting been'captured by the very man he

empanelled, arose from an attack, upona DOC employees in the pool. Bradfordand County and by 1860 was considered a I was assigned to hunt down and destroy!
correctional officer by a prison inmate Union are among the smallest coun- wealthy planter by the standard of that
day. But his wealth, like that of many of Of the 148 Union officers and men aboard
and the defense lawyer s request ties in the state and a large percentageof his fellow secessionists, was soon to be the ship, more than half had been killed or

presumed that they might be prejudiced the population is employed at one of swallowed up in the hungry maw of the r wounded. Several drowned while attempting

in voting for or against a conviction.In the five prisons in the area (includingone Civil War. to escape, and a few of the wounded
died during the night.In all,82 of the Union
writing his opinion, Justice Adkins in Baker County). Soon after Florida cut her ties with the forces had been killed..66 survived.

cited a previous ruling in which the, A juror's pledge, under oath, that he Union and joined the Confederacy in 1861, Dickison's force, numbering only 16

court decided that the legal test for ajuror's or she can act impartially in renderinga Dickison the Marion and a close Light friend Artillery began Unit.organizing After- marksmen and one small artillery unit,

eligibility should be whether he verdict, even one involving other serving with this outfit for several months sustained no casualties.

could give a verdict 'solely upon the prison personnel, should be sufficient Dickison,now a First Lieutenant,resigned l .. After removing the dead and wounded
evidence presented notwithstanding his commission and returned to Ocala from the Columbine,Dickison ordered her
to qualify him or her for jury duty. where he was authorized to raise his own The Gray Fox" burned, since the presence of several

cavalry company. enemy gunboats downstream preventedhis
claiming her for future use.
Hard Line Tactics Finally in July, 1861, Co. H, 2nd Florida
Cavalry was ready for service, with raids against Union invaders-Welaka, Little did Dickison know, at the time,
I Dickison as Captain, and William H. Fort Butler in Union County, Gainesville, that his daring attack would go down in
Let Be McArdell, 1st Lieutenant. Cedar Key, and Palatka were among the history as the only time a gunboat had
Reagan Reagan many scenes of their activities. been captured by a cavalry unit!
Listed on the roster were three Starke
brothers, Ervin, Jacob, and Jerry M. Dickison's constant patrol of the St.
with "smooth Johns. Other familiar surnames on the list Even when the last authority of the Con- Johns was one of the main reasons that
President Reagan is talking tough operator" James Bakeras were Weeks, Kite, Prevatt, Bennett, federate government had crumbled and Florida was able to continue supplying
again-and this time not to the Russians, Chief oi i.att. Crews, Geiger and Hall, who could have chaos descended on the South, while food and other supplies to the Confederacy

but to balky members of his own party This was soon followed by the appoint- been members of Bradford County awaiting parole at Waldo Dickison was in- throughout the war. The shipments continued
families. strumental in effecting the escape of Gen. in spite of the Union blockades and
and to Congress in general.In .
ment of bellicose columnist Patrick
John S. Breckenridge, the Confederate the superior forces sent into Florida to find
his best Clint Eastwood imitation, Buchanan (Richard Nixon's old From then until the end of the war, this Secretary of War. and destroy everything possible.

President said "I have veto speechwriter) as the new White House small band of guerilla fighters was to
the my pen the weeks of the
range north and west Florida,striking fear On During closing war
another occasion Dickison and
ready and drawn..Come on "director of communications". Hardlya into every Union garrison from St. small band of his a Dickison was promoted to the rank of full

Congress..make my day!" move designed to improve the Ad- Augustine to Pensacola, but earning their the St. Johns River men at were Palatka.deployed On the on colonel,and at the time of his death in 1902,
ministration's public relations.In grudging respect.No horizon the Gray Fox of the Confederacy held the
a spreading band of black smoke
He also talked tough when he
rank of Brigadier General in the Florida
for part of the territory was safe from heralded the approach of the U.S. Gunboat
challenged Republican senators, up commenting on the new hard-line their daring attacks,and carefully planned Columbine. Just ahead the channel nar- State Militia.
re-election in.-J.986,. by threatening to ,
image of the White House one observerof -
withhold .his help {inicampaignjJund-; .) the. says: "Now ", *-' .J n&'..;r u C Bobby l.ayloris; l
raising' a tivltles'unfesstthey' vote his decided ..
'1 Reagan has to be himself." County .Agent's Notebook I
way on the MX missile and other pen- With no more elections facing him, he '.County Extension Agent '

ding legislation."The can finally express his irritation with

President should play the role of who with his '
anyone tampers
Spring is the time for insects and trunk, then your kind prayers may be
President, not Clint Eastwood and Dirty diseases of shade trees to pop into easy Watch For Invasion necessary.The .
Harry. Acting 'macho' isn't going to geta The view of the home or property owner. Let's Of Tree Insects
new abrasive tone has affected third problem is the
you may see
budget passed or reduce his deficits, discuss the three most common tree problems During Springtime
other cabinet positions: Secretary of development of white webs of worms. This
said Rep. William Gray, chairman of State George Shultz lambasted scien- attention that, and spring tell is likely the to bring to your of is the eastern tent caterpillar. This insect,
Committee. you importance and will attack very although unsightly does not threaten the
the House Budget tists who dared to each. loblolly pines young ,
disagree with the pines and frequently kills them. Depen- tree.They will nest in oaks,black cherries,
"Make my day" is street talk lingo, President's dream of Star Wars, Pine bark beetles, Ips or turpentine, in- ding on where the infection center occurs, crabapples, plums and pecan trees. They I
picked up from an Eastwood cop movie, Secretary of Defense Caspar vade and can kill any native species of pine either on a limb or in the main stem will will eat the new growth of leaves descendthe

and is the equivalent of, "Come Weinberger did a hatchet job on criticsof trees. These bark beetles become very active determine the severity of damage. If the tree to go underground, and become
and dead duck." in areas where trees have been under infection center occurs along a limb or mature moths. The common household
on..cross me you're a waste and overrun costs in the Pen-
stress, either man-caused will in- broom used
or naturally branch, proper'pruning practices to sweep them away is as effective -
Hardly an expression expected to be tagon; and Clarence Pendleton, the caused. Signs of the infection are pitch crease the vitality of a young pine. If the a weapon as any for controlling this
heard,coming from the Oval Office.It black chairman of the Civil Rights Com- tubes appearing on the trunk between the infection occurs within the main stem or pest.

was evidence however of the new mission, blasted black leaders who have lower limbs and the ground. The pitch ,
tubes can be as large as a nickel in
tone of belligerence ushered in by Mr. dared to criticize the President's civil diameter, protruding a quarter inch from Forestry in Bradford Countyby

Reagan's second term. Since he no rights policies. the bark, and vary in color from creamy I

longer has to answer"to'.the ,voters, at Is this change in the White House white to orange. David Norton,County Forester

long last "Reagan can be Reagan." mood what Mr. Reagan meant when he Insecticide treatment is generally not
cost effective because timing of the
The new gloves-off approach first surfaced promised in his State of the Nation ad- is necessary to prevent further damage.spray Tax time has descended down aroundour Tax reform proposals being consideredby

in the shift in cabinet positions dress: "You ain't seen nothin' yet? If! The best treatment is removal of the in- ''and necks tax codes again for which another affect year.forest The laws lan- President Reagan would eliminate each

when the confrontational .Secretary of so, let us hope it doesn't spill over into fested material or immediate burning. To downers are, for the most a break of have these been three programs by 1986. If you
Donald 'traded the talks prevent bark beetle attacks you should from the normal routine oust considering a tree-planting
Treasury Regan places coming at Geneva. avoid man-made stresses (I.e., taxes. paying operation on your land and would like to

.. mechanical damage improper pruningand take advantage of any of these programs,
excessive fertilization). < This is a reminder to landowners that this may be the last year to do it. "

certain practices performed in timber Sign-up periods under the Agricultural
The second tree problem is fusiformrust.
') March 30 DesignatedTo .This fungus "blossoms" in the spring growing and harvesting do have definitetax Conservation Program will be during'the
advantages. This is the time when
I and you months of March and September only. If
by producing yellow orange spore need to insure
yourself that can
you reap you are interested,contact Warren Carverat
: clusters around the infected area.
Salute Medical Doctors some of these benefits. 9&H548 for an application. :
Fusiform rust is common on slash and If you planted pine trees for commercial :1

production prior to January 1, 1985
you Miss
Gov. Bob Graham has proclaimed March 30, while under its influence, a person might are eligible for the "Reforestation Tax In- Liberty
as Doctor's Day in Florida,urging"all citizensto receive falls or blows and yet show no pain Forest RangersAre centives". There is a 10X credit against Needs Our Help
join with me in saluting the dedication and from such accidents or even remember their Unsung and taxes paid for all expenses you incurred in

accomplishments of medical doctors to the happening. Underpaid planting pine trees. The costs include all With the generous help of the American
health and well-being of our society" He experimented on himself by inhaling EmployeesTo site prepartatlon costs necessary prior to people, Miss Liberty will still be lifting her

Doctors Day has been observed since 1933 by sulphuric ether and afterward discovered The Editor; planting and all costs of planting. A seven- torch of hope for all to see, just as she has
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Southern bruises and other injuries which he had no year amortized deduction is also available done for the past 98 years.

Medical Association,commemorating the date recollection of receiving. He finally became I am writing this letter in hope that on the first $10,000 of these expenses. A
that a Georgia surgeon,Dr.Crawford W. Long, convinced that a person could become insensi- everyone who reads it will write to their seven-year amortized deduction allows the If you yourlContribution this restoration
became the first doctor to administer ether as ble to pain during surgery if sufficiently congressman and complain, just as I in- taxpayer to recover all his costs over a send to: Statue of
an anesthesia during surgery. etherized. His sympathy for his patients and tend to do.I seven year period. Liberty! Foundation, Inc.. Box 1986, New
his desire to relieve their suffering gave him have recently become aware of a few Did you sell any Umber in 19841 Don't York, N.Y. 10018.
d Almond was originated by Eudora the courage to perform the epochal operationthat startling facts about our Florida Divisionof forget to take the capital gains allowanceon
Brown the wife of a medical doctor in revolutionized the field of surgery and
the net the timber
Forestry. proceeds sale.
Georgia,who in 1933 to her local auxiliary
the idea presented brought him immortal fame. I wonder if the citizens of North Floridaare Capital gains allowance is used when the Space Urgently Needed
t of a day to honor medical doc-
tors. Her suggestion was adopted by resolutionand While he made no secret of his use of ether as as uninformed about our unsung 'safe of a long-term (owned more than one For Clothes Closet
the tribute soon spread to other parts of the an anesthetic, nearly seven years passed heroes as I was.These men risk their lives year) asset (timber, for example) is
country and even to some countries overseas. before he made a formal report to the medical for us and our properties on a daily basis. greater than what It was originally purchased needed immediately
profession of his findings in the use of ether The rangers of the D.O.F. (Division of for. The-capital gains allowance forstorage

Dr. Crawford W. Long born inDanlelsvWe. during surgery. Forestry) are some of the lowest paid, allows up to 60 percent of the proceeds. to of clothes and baby
was employees of one of the wealthiest states in be income tax free., furniture in the HRS Foster
Ga. on Nov. I, 1815. After He later practiced in Atlanta and finally in these United States. The that was'recenUy Care
graduating from medical school he spent 18 ,Athens, Ga. where he died on June 18, 1878 as a killed ranger forest fire in Any landowner who has ever made use program.
months in New York hospitals where he result of cerebral hemorrhage. Before his fighting a of these tax breaks knows that the tax
South Florida making only $9,000
witnessed great suffering during surgical death he had said. "My only wish is to be This fact was alone is to me.per If breaks are there to encourage conserva- Clothes and shoes for
year appalling
operations performed in those days without known as a benefactor of my race." The that's not enough, wait.._there's more! tion by replanting trees. Other incentives children...sizes suitable from
anesthesia. In 1841 he opened his practice of multitudes who have benefitted from his full include the ASCS cost-sharing programs. birth to 17
medicine in Jefferson,Ga.He soon acquired an discovery and experimentations assure him a After working a middle day a ranger Once you have slgned-up and are approved years of age. Also
in the of
extensive practice and travelled to see his pa- lasting place in medical history.In may be awakened call. This call be under these programs, you can receive up baby furniture: cribs, high.
tients on horseback over roads that were night by a telephone can to a SO percent reimbursement of all the. chairs, play pens, etc.Storage' .
1958, Congress adopted a resolution com- requesting that he go to any given area I
dangerous and lonely. Very often dangerous coat you spent planting trees. ,
streams had to be forded. and he encountered memorating March 30 as the annual observance that needs more rangers on a particularly'; :
all the hardships that befell doctor of of Doctors Day on which to honor large forest fire. It is likely that he could space needed with a
that era. country members of the medical profession "for their -, be working all night, and believe it or not, i minimum size of 10x10, .larger
t contributions to the enlargement of the reservoir he receives NO EXTRA PAY!I I .' if possible., '
In those days dentists sometimes used so- of scientific: knowledge and the Increase in t > One tend to wonder just what drives -h
.. called "laughing! gas" (a combination of the number of scientific tools, and the ever- :>these men to perform such a service. The -- :r-A Please
1 nitrous oxide gas and ether), to deaden the expanding ability to use both in the never- rangers receive little or no recognition and contact Wilda Doherty -
pain of their patients. Since modern forms of ending fight against disease." ,such a small salary that their dedication Is HRS intake worker, at

entertainment were unknown at that time, will be observed locally the >certainly a wonder to me. 9648375.Or .
Doctors Day by
S I "laughing gat1'parties became popular among Bradford County Medical Society Auxiliary No, I am not the wife of a ranger but I call Diane McClellan

the young people in the early laoos. .?_ with dinner honoring local medical doctors at 'know that these women must realize what The word "galaxy" li from the 468-1274. ,

Ether was sometimes Inhaled for its "ex- the home of the president. Mrs. Pete G. Felon, should special all men thank they God are for putting married people to. like Greek word "gala". meaning milk
to-celled because of the Milky Way
hilarating effects" and Dr. Long noted that on Saturday March 30. our forest rangers on this earth I which resembles a trail of milk Foster Parent Associationof

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I Rhonda Hutcheson and Charles Strickland Wed Feb. 23 at Blanding Post ChapelRhonda I


Lynn Hutcheson and Todd Hutcheson were ushers. I, -i white qiana with stand-up collar and the bride and groom, tfie bride's table covered with a white lace cloth
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C R. Hut. Mrs. Michael Paris served as t-T1tvLIi- illusion yoke. Chantilly lace and parents and the f 'oom's father and and centered with a silver punch ,
cheson! of Starke and Charles matron of honor. She wore a formal Fr seed pearls created the fitted cres- grandmother. Miss Julee Ann. Wise bowl encircled with. greenery. I
William Strickland of Starke son of gown of dark pink qiana featuring a cent bodice, with long fitted sleevesof Kept the guest book. Finger foods were served. '
George William Strickland and Stand-up collar with Swiss embroidered sheer chantilly lace fastened at The bride's table was covered witha Mrs. W. A. Wise, Mrs. Charles I
grandson of Rosemary Jewell, both front illusion yoke,trimmed f the wrist by a pearl button. The full white lace cloth and centered witha Hutcheson and Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua '
of Gainesville, were united in marriage in Venice lace. Ruffles framed SKirt had lace bordered flounces three-column cake decorated with assisted at the hors d'oeuvers table.
Feb. 23 at 4 p.m. in the Camp both front and back yoke. Her pink r which was swept up to the back pale pink and burgundy flowers and The couple are residing on Ellington
Blanding Post Chapel with Rev. !straw hat was encircled by a darker waistline, cascading down into a topped with wedding bells. Beneaththe Rd. Starke.
John T. Strickland performing the ,pink satin ribbon trimmed in lace edged scalloped train.She worea cake was a lighted water fountain The bride is a 1984 graduate of
nuptials. floweis. She carried a white basket gold bead necklace and her from which pink, irridescent Bradford High School and is
Centering the chancel area was an containing natural foliage filled with cathedral length veil of imported illusion water bubbled and flowed, and employed at Starke Uniform Com
." arch candelabra flanked by twos assorted pink and burgundy flowers ii was also trimmed in chantilly honeysuckle flowers floated around. pany. The groom Is a 1963 graduateof
basket arrangements of gladiolus, sprayed with baby's breath and lace and seed pearls. She carried the Miniature bridesmaids and Palatka High School and is .
r iris, carnations, mums and pompoms trimmed with long pink and burgundy traditional bridal cascade of white groomsmen were on the stair steps employed by Hayes Electric and Air '
'>' in various shades of pink and streamers. bridal roses, freesia, English Ivy which descended from the second Conditioning Co.
u burgundy. On each side were two Michelle Burkhalter and Laura and baby's breath with white satin column of the cake to another cake.

spiral candelabras against a Earl served as bridal attendants and streamers. The cake was flanked by silver Did You Know...........
... background of palm trees and their gowns were similar to the A reception was held at the homeof candelabras with white tapers en-
,. greenery. honor attendant except one was Mr, and Mrs. Wallace A. Wise on circled by cherubs and.leatherleaf Mrs.Richard Hobbs and daughterof
?: Mrs. Frank Durance,organist and burgundy and the other light pink. k Glendale Street, where guests were fern. Cutting the cake were Mrs. Jacksonville were Monday
lc Mrs. Doug Mains, soloist, presented Their hats and flowers were the greeted at the door by Mrs. Wise, Ken Fuqua, Jr. and Mrs. Charles visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. C. Hobbs.
rj r a program of nuptial music. same. a Mrs. Charles Hutcheson,and Mrs. (Chuck) Hutcheson, Jr.
Off h Michael Paris served as best man. The bride, given in marriage by Kenneth Fuqua.Standing Mrs. Sidney Jackson and Ms. Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins
Benjamin Padgett, Clint Hutcheson her father, wore a long gown of Mr. and Mrs.Charles Strickland in the receiving line were Denise Drake poured punch at a spent the past 12 days at Anastasia
State Park.

I ?:fc': .. Constance Cage and Thomas Williams Wed March 15 Social Side .

Constance Lynn Cage, daughter of Miss Jennifer Parker attended as
-i Mr. and Mrs. David W. Cage of bridesmaid.The r----
Gladys Mooty
IH Gainesville and Thomas Hamilton groom's grandfather, G. W. of theNews ,
Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Biggam of Santa Barbara, Cal., was Social Editor
; B. Williams of Starke were united best man. John Denmark was usher.A 964-7608 '
L.1; in marriage Friday, March 15 at reception was held in the church
;- 7:30: of Fellowship Hall where Stacy Den-
the Incarnation.Gainesville, with mark kept the bride's book. .
;.:: Rev. O. Dean Martin officiating at .
The bride
is of
a graduate
.., the candlelight ceremony. i
,; The bride wore a chantilly lace Buchholz High School, Gainesville, '
and attends
Florida State University.
.o. over taffeta gown with a fitted The from Brad Club News Weddings
groom graduated
bodice adorned with pearls and a
ford High School and also attends Notices Receptions .
waistline. The dress ,
dropped Florida State j J:(' Parties
:. teatured Juliet sleeves trimmed University. Church Items
":. with satin ribbons and lace and a Following a wedding trip the couple rE
will reside in
-i chapel length train.

Stewart W. Beckett Sr.

.ti Beverly McGee Speaker

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(y Celebrates 87th Birthday

Homemakers March 14 -

... ,, Stewart W. Beckett,Sr.celebratedhis of Daytona, Mr. and Mrs.Sid Vesteyof
W'k V VI 87th birthday Sunday afternoonat Maitland, Mr. and Mrs. Shepley.
Beverly McGee who is in charge of Mr. Pat Scanlin, with the director of Ij.ja ry --ti, a "Sip"' and "Bite" party at the Cleaves of Port Charlotte, Mrs. Col
admissions and social services of the nurses being Mrs. Susan Cook and Kingsley Lake Civic Center. leen Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
a Whispering Pines Care Center was Mrs. Ruth Murray is in charge of activities The party room was gay for the occasion McBride and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
'' the speaker at the March meeting of and volunteers.The with arrangements of Pratt of Jacksonville, Sheriff and
rthe Bradford County HomemakersClub. purpose of the home is to pro- azaleas, ivy and red and white silk Mrs. Jennings Murrhee and Mr. and
vide the finest level of resident care I flowers. The food table in the shapeof Mrs. George Carlisle of Green Cove
At present the care center has 72 feasible for the chronically ill, aged j ri a "U" was centered with a birth Springs, Miss Debbie Daniels of
: residents; however new residents and infirmed in a health care en- Pr day cake with the inscription Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. Ran-
4, are being admitted daily. The center vironment which has as many homelike "Mayor of Kingsley Lake"and three dolph Newland of Palatka and Mrs.
,.: has a 120-bed capacity. The H,R.S. ) features as possible. The home candles depicting past, present and Gladys Pinder of Clearwater.
inspected the total 120-bed facility now has a beauty parlor-barber a s 't future.
s; and they retained their superior shop, a sun porch, two patios and a Serving as hostesses were Mrs.
:.. rating they earned last summer. large activity/dining area. C.G. Hill and Mrs. Dwight Elder.
They accept Medicare Medicaid, Mrs. W.S. Peters kept the guest
and private residents. The The hostesses for the March The Jimmie Scotts
pay book, Mrs. George Miller presidedat
,, center reaches out to the residents' meeting were Wilma Wainwrightand
the punch DOW! and assisting in Given Bon Voyage PartyMr.
Lola Johnson. The next
7 physical, mental and
spiritual serving were Vanessa Waldon and
,-' social needs. workshop will be held March 28 at Mr.and Mrs.Thomas H.Williams Judy Knope. and Mrs. Jimmie L. Scott of

?i The care center administrator is the club. Ninety guests called between the Lawtey departed Saturday on a
party hours of 3 and 5 p.m. to wish business trip that will take them
Mr. Beckett best wishes and enjoyan around the world. I
afternoon of and live Mr. and Mrs. Scott were honoredat

I 8 Strawbercy; Queen ,Contestants Vie For ,Crown ar 1 entertainment Among the guests from fellowship,Jacksonville.those from out- Mr."Bon.and Mr Voyage"." lrieJohn party Hamilton.Ms. given by ,
andMrs. ;;
of-town were Mr. and Mrs. StewartW. Mary L. Strong, and Mr.
Set Saturday night, March 30, in ea demonstrations on how to model and .-e+*... .-. Beckett, Jr. of South Glastonbury Leonard Smith, Jr., at the
the Bradford High auditorium, the apply make-up. A hair styling ..-.1 ...r Conn., Dr. and Mrs. Victor home of the latter. Many friends
demonstration is scheduled Monday gathered to wish them well on their
23rd annual + Campbell of Greer, S.C., Mr. and
Strawberry Beauty
Pageant will feature competition night, March 25, at 7:30: p.m. at New Mrs. Cha-lie Cook of Lawrenceville, trip to Hawaii, Australia, and
Wave on East Call Street Ga, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Young of throughout Europe.
eight local ladies.
The eight contestants are Melissa The contest is sponsored by the r Wrens, Ga., Mrs. Vivian Yalverton
Junior Woman's Club of Starke. Ms. .y
Tina Gonzalez Diana
Kelley Vicki Gaines is pageant coordinator, n
Crawford, Nanette Conway,Tammy
Four contest entrants were profiled j jr
Morrow, Michelle Burkhalter in the March 14 issue of The EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL
Tracie Clark, and Sherrie Herndon.
Telegraph, and four others arefeatured
Winner of the contest will reign DIPLOMA BY TAKING THE GED |
: over the upcoming April 9-13 Brad-

H rtl TEST. For further information

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# V\\' I April 4, 1985. Testing dates and

i I IA < iMIchelle
times are as follows:
i' Melissa Kelley Burkhalter

riIK Starke. Miss Gonzalez, 16, is 5-7,
with dark brown hair and brown 4/8&4/9 4/1O&4/11.
:3-;I ford County Fair and be the official .I eyes. A junior, Tina is an art studentat
I)d urn goodwill ambassador of Bradford BHS.She is sponsored by Powell's 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
County for a year. Dairy Freeze.
Advance tickets will be on sale at 3:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m.
I; Williams Jewelry at Bradford'' .Jennifer (Michelle) Burkhalter,

?.. Square, Mitchell's Drug Store, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 6:30 p.m.
.f Denmark Furniture. Advance Burkhalter of Starke. Miss 0
1. p 44. tickets will be $2.50 for adults and Burkhalter, 16, is 5-3 with brown hair 8:15 p.m.
$1.50 for children. At the door tickecs Tina Conzal a' and hazel eyes. Michelle, a former
will be $3 and $2. Little Miss Claxton High School,
Tammy Morrow The girls have been given this week. They are: plays the piano. Her sponsor is Bad- -
cock Furniture.

Melissa Rana Kelley, daughter of INTRODUCING.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelley of Rt 4, Tammy Susan Morrow, daughterof
I Starke. Miss Kelley, 17, is 5-7,with Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Morrow of Rt.
: Items of Interest blond hair and blue eyes. She is a 1, Starke. Miss Morrow, 16, is 5-1 American Draperies
e BHS Softball player. Miss Kelley is with brown hair and blue eyes.Tam cEodic Custom Made Draperies
sponsored by Mitchell's Drugs. my, a BHS cheerleader, holds
U.D.C. To Observe worship together. several previous beauty titles.She is
and Deacons Union 2 Balloon Shades
.t 70th Anniversary March 29, 30, 31 at Evanston, Fla.on, Barbarella (Tina) Gonzalez, sponsored by The Western Steer. _t:7: nt ftOrS Shades SAVE
Rev. J. D. Mosley, Pastor. daughter of Ms. Ellen Sakowksi of e Roman .
.. W.T. Weeks Chapter U.D.O.,
made special observance plans for STARKE Selected SAVE
its 70th anniversary next mo.jth, at CommunityBible CHURCH OF GOD 50 /c
the luncheon-meeting Monday, Vertical Blinds SAVE
422 N. St. Clalr 964.5445
March 18, at Western Steer Steak Church
House. Recent Bride Walter F. Montz, Pastor .

Mrs.Lester Crews,vice president, Honored: With PartiesMiss BoptUt-Fundamantal We invite you to worship with us.
presided over the meeting where REV. D.M. WISTON 964-3322 ATTENDED NURSERY Coordinate your home or office'I

Mrs. Mona Canova and Mrs. Robert Terrie Mathews whose mar- All Sunday School . . . 10 a.m.
Sorvlc..9:45 a.m. '
Hall were welcomed as guests. riage to Randy Conner was solem- Sunday Morning Worship . . . .11 l.m. Draperies Wallpaper
Mrs. Lloyd Wike, historian, gave nized March 8, was honored with a Sunday tv.nlna.'t:7:00 Place p.m. Evinlng Servlco . . .. 6 p.m. I
the program by the reading of a Bridemaid's luncheon and shower Temporary Pratt St. Recreation Meeting Bldg : WxJntiday Youth . . 7:30 p.m.. Bedspreads
poem from an anonymous diary of a recently. r I,
Louisiana soldier and read excerpts Mrs. Conner was given a -- Graber Verticals Shades' ,
from The Life of Johnny Reb. She bridesmaid luncheon Feb. 28 at the ,
also gave some insights into the home of Mrs. Becky Thomassen on I .
HE!US BlindsWallpaper
idiosyncrasies of Thomas Jonathan Morgan Road. $ c' Welcomes levolor Mini
"Stonewall" Jackson, who was a Guests enjoyed a lovely lunch .
great strategist and many believed prepared by hostesses' Nancy Col- o SUZItPerms .
he li"M longer, the conflict eman and Lisa Sapp, after which

would have had/ u different ending. lingerie gifts were opened.A \ce.O' Galore I .
miscellaneous Shower was g.ven $20 .
March 5 by hostesses Betty Alvarez, .
Marie Thormon, Lucile Johns, Mar- r Cut & Style '$9 !Interior Decorating Made Easy
and Friends Day Charlene Mains, Ger- Suxl
Family tha Myrick, US Only '
Frosting For Shop at Home Convenience
Gwen Thornton I
Johns BaptistSt. trude Curtner, .
At St. Geraldine Tomlinson. Tia Osborn, I Call: Donna Gruen. 964-7714 Starke ,
John Missionary Baptist will Pat Johns and Joyce Moody at Pine I 118 Thompson Street .
observe Family and Frtends! Day> on Level Baptist Church. Guests en- In Merle Norman Building 9'6' 4.415 ..... Call for a no obligation appointment

Sunday March 24. Rev. Willie Huffman joyed games, opening of gifts and I .

pastor, asked that all friends refreshments. raw, .

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Page4A Ttl.t.ltAPIlIarch; : 21, 1983

I ;: Santa Fe Healthcare Systems and Hospice Speakers;: at Hospital Auxiliary Meeting

the May 11-18 and plans are being for-
members and guests the first being Doug Bradford, and Levy counties, a tral 'Florida Hospice. She has been presided over the meeting chairman where mulated for a tea and annual picnic I
record 43 committee
., A Bradford Hospital Aux Deny, Vice President Marketingof rehabilitation hospital,a psychiatric giving a six-weeks training programfor nominating reported the for the local hospital during that I
attended the Mrs. Jack Trawick,
hospital, and the North Central thirteen hospice volunteers at week. I
Santa Fe Healthcare Systems to
iliary dinner-meeting Monday nightat showedslides Florida Hospice. Bradford Hospital to begin buildinga same officers have volunteered Judy Moore, assistant hospital ad- I
Steer Steak House Inc. (SFHS) Mr. Cueny and was ac
the Western for another
Santa Fe and talked about the services These services are added to the volunteer core group to support serve year Green ministrator,announced there will be
where speakers from and healthcare in the Bradford County cepted. Mrs. E.N. ( ceremony April 4,
Inc. and that have membership in the SFHS multi-hospital corporations hospice care reportedMrs. a topping when
Healthcare Systems The newest services approved such as the helicopter service area. Bradford Hospital will be the membership chairman, the second floor for the new hospital :
Hospice were on the program.hospital ad- group.at the state level have been a (STAT Flight, a laundry and central office for the hospital Mary Humphries a stated new addition is added. The public Is invited I
C.E. (Rip) O'Steen, member. Mrs. Green also
linen service satellite with the main offices to attend. ;
Home Health Agency for Alachua, a physician's office program
the It
ministrator, introduced building,a community pharmacy, a in Gainesville at Alachua membership dues are due in April. It was announced a leader is needed i I
delicatessen, fitness centers in General Hospital. Volunteers will was reported that Mrs. Kay for the Hospital Volunteers
Woman's Club of Starke Has Gainesville and Starke, the Alachua need to join the BH Auxiliary and a McKinley has. made 144 puppets in.the (Candy-Stripers). I
I Urgent Care Center and a preferred separate committee will be formed past year for children patients.of Attending the Presidents Council :
provider organization. Bradford for this special care group.A second TSJie is also in the process District meeting at the Alachua I
Home Healthcare Program Hospital has been a member of the training program is being planned crocheting house slippers for pa-the General Hospital March 20-21 are
as well as the mothers of the Santa Fe Healthcare System since it for early summer. Continuing tients that are on sale in Mrs. Thomson, Agnes Dinkins, Ber-
Final arrangements for the Spring Juniorettes, and was deemed a very was chartered in 1982. Education Credits for nurses will be Hospitality Shop at a nominal National price. nie Early, WilmaJean Terry, Louie I
1985 Antique and Collectible Show popular success. The second speaker was Patrice available. Mr. O'Steen reported Bell Parks and Gerri Green. :
and Sale were discussed at the Moorn. R.N Diwvtqr! :. North f>n- _President Mrs. W. H. Thomson Hospital Week will be celebrated: i ii ir I Ii
general club meeting held on i
Wednesday,March 13,at noon at the I
clubhouse.Mrs. .
.J.W.Griffin,chairman of the
Show and Sale, reviewed the committee
assignments, and remindedall
members of the importance of r-
the Show and Sale to the Club. Final
committee reports were given, and I /
the club members enthusiastically SAVlNGS3/7.
responded to the announced plans .
and innovations for this year's Show ?
and Sale, which will "kick off" witha
Preview Reception and Sale on .
Thursday evening, March 21 from .
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7-10 p.m. The Show officially openson .
Friday, March 22 at 10 a.m.,closing AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE -
at a p.m.; the same hours will
prevail on Saturday, March 23. On
Sunday, March 24, the show will
open at noon and close at 5 p.m.
In the absence of the president, Sale Prices Good Thru Saturday, March 23rd.
Mrs. R. A. Green, Jr., Mrs. D. W. we reserve the right to limit Quantities! .
Whiffen, first vice president presided. See the yellow pages for the Ednrd: nearest you.
Devotions were given by Mrs. J.
W. Griffin. Mrs. R. H..Renfro, Home
Life Chairman, introduced the
speaker,Ellen Edwards, Community ] 6Pi I WAjI.v'
Education Specialist with the Up ( '
john Home Health Care Services,, '
Inc.Ms.Edwards spoke on the many
advantages of home health care,,
particularly in the hospital/home
transition, such as family involvement
less expense, and care Ha)DNaY 0 /
tailored to the individual's own RcCwMe+i 14 / ,
needs. Frequently, such care may /
be covered by both Medicare and HIIki1i pAf'
private funding. Club member Mrs. IknU9EH
Carolyn Reynolds acts as a home yl jR.
health care aide in Bradford County. // QuW//i11
A St. Patrick's Day theme was .
carried out in the business meeting -+ --3
which followed the speaker's presen
tation.To salute the Irish,Mrs.L.A.
Canova accompanied the group in REVLON
several rousing renditions of Irish
The musical portion of the IVORY PCRSOMALS01SOAP3.S4X.4PACK
songs. BIRO
"" /
program was culminated by the + ooN orr Price reflects cents 21SOReg.24J9 ECCS12OZ.Reg.79oa. .
singing of"Happy Birthday" to club 2 TYPES FREE TOZ s off label. .
member Mrs. F. L. Merlie. PUMP or TUB*
Mrs. H. M. Connelly reported upon
the club's participation in the recent
Special Olympics l citing Mesdames '
lung, Byrd, Merlie, and Gowans for
their help in setting up five projectsfor
the young people of the Special iiI1Li
Olympics to make. I
Speaking about the recent DistrictIV
Arts and Crafts Festival, held in
Fernandina Beach,it was with great i 1 1 I
pride that Mrs. Connelly announcedthat III ... .. t

Festival taken thirty-six, and had received entries a to total the of 20% OFFSs l,a.rl/ OLT/GYELSRt 3. Regs YOUR to CHOICE 4.95 U. 5-OZ.NEST Reg.EGGS 1.79 j YOUR EASTER CHOICE BASKETS

sixteen awards, including a "Best of
Show" rosette which was won by I
Mrs. L. H. Jennings. Other winners
included Mrs. J. E. Byrd, Mrs. R. A.
Green, Sr., Mrs. E. Gowans, Mrs. F. '
L. Merlie, Mrs. H. M.Connelly,Mrs.A. I II
J. Barry, and Mrs. M. Bellizzi. r II I
Mrs. H. Gruen, sponsor of the IJ I
Junior Club, spoke on the recent / LSSC f
"Sisterhood Tea", held at her home,
which was well-attended by I
members of the three locally af- NERSNEY'Sj9'N
filiated clubs, the General Woman's SECRET 12S-OL.DRY MA.SURE. LEAF SPECKLED RECUUUlorPASTEl-
Club, Junior and Juniorette Clubs, .SPRAT TYPES a.f 1.S-OZ..Of YOUR UN CHOICE ROIL-ON a.D91 CLEANSE.ICtlllllono $b ROBIN.Reg.KCS9OZ. 1.19 .R I l1J KISSES.2.99 14OZ.Reg. .

The Morris Williams ___ _

Host Rehearsal Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Williams M
gave a dinner party Thursday night, rv w t ,
March 14 at the Hilton Hotel in
Gainesville for their son, Tom and

fiancee, Connie Cage, following the -- -- Y ""== lltn CAPLETS ....
couple's wedding rehearsal aaw.I tllllapolll'*' coMamnonprmCxHels \
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The dining table was centered ._...,,_,_ ILIM MO m|tick* L12.29
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with an arrangement of carnations, ---
roses and baby's breath. Place DIP AN ECC EASTER LIFESAVERS
for the 14 guests which included nrtReg.11.79to 1U9 *02.CHOICE Of TYPES Reg.149IXI Ee0.1.991i
the immediate families. Out-of- 0 FI'
town guests were Tom's grandparents -
Mr.and Mrs. G. W. Biggamof \\'J\\
Santa Barbara Cal.,and Connie's '
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FrankW. epof "'
Cage of Waverly, Ohio.
The young couple presented gifts !iII
to their attendants during the dinner -


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I Church of God Sets Music Liturgy St. Edward's News -

Pastor Appreciation Day Meetings HeldA guests attending. He encouraged

Starke Church of God will observe meeting of the Pastoral Musicians RENEW ActivitiesOn March 12, parishioners to carry out the themeof
Iy Tuesday evening, the fifth week of RENEW by
i Pastor Appreciation Day Sunday, of the St. Augustine Diocesewas the Parish RENEW team held a cultivating a deeper awareness of
March 24, beginning with Sunday held on Feb. 6 at Sacred Heart meeting in the Parish Hall. Parish God's presence in every day life.
School at 10 a.m. Reverend and Church in Green Cove Springs. New Coordinator, William Marchese, Father Joseph Finlay; pastorr
FE Mrs. Walter Montz will be honored music for the Liturgy was reviewed the goals of RENEW. gave the blessing and later led
in the 11 service with departmental
a.m. presented.. These become
are to everyone In a singing medley of
recognitions, special singing closer to Christ and one another and Irish tunes. Antoinette Coss assisted
I and guest speaker,Dr.James Cross, to experience recommitment in also in leading the singing.
former general overseer of Chur- Representing St. Edward's at the making the Lord our personal
ches of God. meeting were Antoinette Coss, Ann Savior. The ball was decorated with green
The service will be followed with Gingras, Nina Fowler and Gerrl Maura O'Neal the Small Group and white streamers as well as an
dinner on the grounds at 12:45.: Phillips. Coordinator, surveyed Small Group abundance of shamrocks. Tables
The special. event is to give leaders present and presented sug- were covered with yellow cloths and
recognition to Rev. Montz for his gestions for success of meetings. centered with azalea blossoms.
outstanding contribution to the com- Plans were formulated for the St. Scriptural,poetical,and reflective
. munity and church as a pastor and The Pastoral Musicians of the St. Patrick's Parish Dinner scheduledfor readings were given by RENEW
Augustine Diocese held a meeting at
leader. hall. leaders including Maura
March 17 in the Parish Team
The church extends a warm handof the Catholic Center in Mandarin on O'Neal, John Wadovsky, Francis
welcome to the friends of Rev. and Sat., March 9. Focus was on music St.Patrick's Celebration Meng,Joan Dunn and Gerri Phillips.
Mrs. Montz and the church to for the Penitential Rite. One of the Parishioners and friends held a Following the dinner Irish music
observe this special event with principal speakers was Sister covered dish dinner in St. Edwards was provided by Father Finlay, a
Most Improved Speaker... them. Patricia Cathedral Eileen from who is the music St. Parish Hall on Sunday, March 17. native of Belfast, Ireland.Tom Mix-

Mrs. Valeria ShuFord left, receives a Most Improved Speaker award Augustine coordinator for the Diocese. Atten- The dinner was planned by the on furnished and monitored the

won during a Individual Development Course from Mrs. Desta Dyal a R.J.E. Class ding this session from St. Edwardswere Parish William RENEW Marchese team. Parish sound Antoinette equipment.Coss and her Small
coordinator of the course. and Gerri
Reunion PlannedThe Antoinette RENEW coordinator, welcomed Group Team were In charge of arrangements
Phillips. for dinner.HOD .

Members Take 1970 class of R.J.E. will meetto ._" .... ... ,.. l' ." ...'.". -..... ".. .... .... ,"... .
BPW plan their 15 year reunion Sunday, ,I\ :::.:; :..:w' .. '>. :...; '..:"'I-. .:- ':.:: >"... ". ..... .. ." ".. ., "' TO. t. ill'"v
March 24 at 5 p.m. at the home of
Shirley and Mackey Ford, 385 DavisSt.

Development Course ., Starke.
All classmates are asked to at
Eight members of the Starke eight sessions. Certificates of com

Business and Professional Women'sClub pletion were of the awarded club at the March March Did You Know...........
have recently completed an individual meeting Saturday
development course 16, in The Chicken Factory C8ot/ 8uY&7D
developed by the National Federa- Restaurant. Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire returned _
tion to train participants for more effective Completing the course were Mrs. Tuesday of last week after seven
leadership.The Pearson, Mrs. Dyal, Mrs. Jeanne weeks visit with her son and family, _
course also provides orientation Lee, Mrs. Esther Hall, Mrs. Valaria Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goldwire in Fort.
for new members and trains Shuford, Mrs. Novis Ward, Mrs. Lauderdale.
them in planning programs Lucille Shuford, and Miss Della
parliamentary procedure, protocoland Rosenberg.Mrs. Mrs. Dale Wilcox of Fernandina SALE l
etiquette for meetings. Valaria Shuford was Beach spent the weekend with her
Mrs. Desta Dyal and Mrs. Lillian presented the award trophy for most parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Pearson were coordinators for the improved speaker of the group. Green.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders spent
last Tuesday to Saturday at Merita,

I Items of Interest Mexico. Chuck Steak & Chuck Roast . 1.29 Lb

daughters Mrs. Marion of Ormond Harrington Beach visited and Shoulder Steak & Shoulder Roast. 1 .49Lb.

Alice Hudson Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Seymour on Sun 1.69u
Appears in MDUNCI G day. All Meat Stew . . . . .

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown were in Hamburger . . . . . .
Hudson of Starke will appearas Houston, Texas last week on
the soprano soloist in the oratorio, Sheena Renee Goetzman business.Mr. .
"The Passion According to St. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Goetzman of
John", on Sunday, March 24 at 3:30: Route 3, Starke, announce the birthof and Mrs. Mark Milner and 69u
p.m.in the United Methodist Churchon a daughter, Sheena Renee Goetz- family of Tallahassee were weekend Smoked Picnics . . . . .
Silver Springs Blvd. in Ocala. man, born March 5th at Shands guests of Mr.and Mrs. R.W. Milner,

The oratorio is in celebration of Teaching Hospital. are Mr. Jr. Smoked BaCOn V2 or whole side (not sliced), . . . 9 Bib.
and is be- Maternal grandparents
J.S. Bach's 300th birthday

ing presented by the American Guildof and Paternal Mrs.Raiford grandfather Tetstone is of George Starke. March 12 Duplicate Bridge Club End Cut Pork Chops . . . 1. 19 Lb.
Organists of Ocala. Admission is results were: North-South-first:

free. Goetzman, also of Starke. Mr.Lora and Francis Mrs. Jack and Burnett Rhea Johnson; second:; Center Cut Pork Chops . . 1.69 Lb.

B-U Guidance Clinic East-West-first Faikel; second:::Yvonne Mike and Reichmannand Mabel Boiled Ham . . . . . 1.98Lb.All .
Cheri Hilliard Senior Services BeginThe Jen Tycholm.Mr. .1.69tb.

Celebrates 6th BirthdayCheri Bradford-Union Guidance Meat Bologna . . . .
E. were
and Mrs. J. Hardy

and Cathy Hilliard Milliard, daughter of of Lawtey Daryl open Clinic starting Senior Services Monday Center, March will be 25 Saturday son-in-law night and dinner daughter guests, Mr.of their and Dixie Link Smoked Sausage 2Lt>.Box. . . .399Buy

celebrated her sixth birthday Satur- from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Ted Kendrick in Mandarin. One Get One FREE
day, March 9, with a party at Cable color TV, conversation,
Showbiz Pizza Place in Orange cards,checkers, chess, and free coffee Mr. and Mrs. William J. Spengler'
PAtk.-.-:ma=.r -" are aimnftthe items offered. I of Augustine; were Saturday dih-
Among her many friends helpingher 'Legal Aid Services will be ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. JV
celebrate were her maternal available on the second and fourth Spengler.Mr. Pig Ears
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. Fresh Only I FreshOysters
Wood, paternal grandmother, Mrs.L. and Mrs. A. B. Whiteheadwere Cedar Key Pig Feet
C. Hilliard, aunt Wanda Porter of Senior CitizenLuncheon Saturday evening dinner
Jacksonville, aunt Teresa Wood of March 28 guests of their son and daughterinlaw Hog Maws Crabs
. Starke and uncle Wayne and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles 39cIn
', Cathy Wood of Starke. The monthly senior citizer Whitehead in Jacksonville.Mr. the Shell NeckbonesTurkey
covered dish luncheon will be held b.
Thursday, March 28, .at 12 noon al Necks
the Methodist Fellowship Hall. and Mrs. Mike J. Whitley of $11 00 $400
Dyal Cemetery The program will be foods from Americus, Ga. spent the weekend Bushel :.
Set around the world conducted. by with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turkey Wings
Meeting Esther Porreca. Remember to bring Frank Palmer.
Dyal Cemetery Association will your favorite recipe card to exchange
meet Monday, March 25, at 12 noon with a friend. Mrs. W. H. Thomson of Starke and
I in the County Commission Room of Mrs. Fred Thomson of Tallahassee
the Bradford Courthouse. spent last Monday to Saturday MEAT MARKETHIGHWAY
Anyone interested Is urged to at- Georgia Godsey, visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. CITY FISH
tend. Layton Roush Georgia Wallace in Franklinton,La.
Married March 15
Mrs. Jeanette Motes has returnedto
Rhonda Strickland Georgia Godsey and Layton her home in Palatka after two MEAT SPECIALS
Roush,both of Starke,were united in weeks with her brother-in-law and HAS YOUR
Shower marriage March 15, at 6:30: p.m. in sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy
Rhonda Hutcheson, whose mar- Calvary Baptist Church with Rev. after having open heart surgery. .
riage to Charles Strickland, was an Benny Beckum performing the nup- -
event of Feb. 23, was honored at a
pantry shower on Sunday,March 10, tials.Mrs.. Robbie Stinnett served as recneoNVSLre ,
given by Mrs. Michael Paris,at her matron of honor and Dean Roush,
home on Forsyth Road.A both of Starke, was best man. The
covered dish luncheon table with bride's son, David Lee Godsey, gave
various flower arrangements car- his mother in marriage. Ron Stin- roore.te _
ried out the theme for the pantry nett, the bride's other son, took pic-

,\..,.. shower.Among the 30 guests attending tures.A small. reception was held in the
was Mrs. Rosemary Jewell of church Fellowship Hall.
Gainesville, grandmother of the The couple is residing at 640 Gar- r
groom. diner Street.
Mr. Roush is maintenance man at
Keystone Heights High School and
Mrs. Roush Is employed at

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I,; Hampton, Hilites School Lunch Menus ,

Celebration of Praise Love and Eugene Meng of Orlando and Melissa Byrd and Sherrie Arthur. Bradford Bradford Middle School
High School
Angela Meng of Hawthorne visited
Hope. Special music was presentedand relatives and friends here over the New Student Monday Mar. XS: Plea, french Met butteredcorn and all elementary schools
prayer time held. Among Sabrina Joyner was welcomed to ,cake w/frult topping, milk.
speakers featured were Represen- weekend. the third grade as a new'student this Tumday Mar Ill Hamburger gravy, muhed Monday Mar (Si Chill, crackers tossed salad,
tative Fran Carlton from the 39th week. potatoes, green pea., buttencotch squares, pear halves,cinnamon roll,milk ,
District House of Representatives, Hampton Elementary School blreulu.milk, Tuesday.Mar. Mi Taco w/beef, cheese. lettuce,
PTA Wednnduy Mar 271 Bar-B-Que beef on bun, tomato buttered corn, *orange, milk. '
and Mrs. Myrtle Wishart who has Meeting Park Fund Raising macaroni salad, green lima beam, pear halves, Wednesday Mar. Ki Hamburger on bun,trench:
done missionary work in China The Hampton PTA will hold a On Sat., March 23, the Hampton cookie milk.Tharsday fried, lettuce, tomato, pickle, banana, ET bar
West Lebanon meeting Thursday night, March 21, Mar Mi Chicken rice, cheese itlx, milk
England, Germany, is
and Netherland at 7 p.m.at school.Plans for the Spr- Recreation Dept. sponsoring a sweet potatoes, turnip greens, apple crisp,, corn- Thursday Mar. Sa i Fried chicken, mashed
the Antilles.
event for the benefit of bread,milk.Frld.y .
fund raising rolls,
fir ing Bar-B-Que will be discussed. potatoes gravy green beans,fruit cup,hot
Visitors the new City Park being established.This ,Mar.29. Managers choice day milk. .
t. Mr.and Mrs.John Zacek of Bruce, P.K. park will be designed to furnish ALA-CARTE Friday Mar 29. Managers Choice Duncan's Day. class
Super Students This week's menu written by Mrs.
Wisconsin, spent from Thursday to recreation for people of all ages.
Super P.E. students named at Southslde Elementary.
by Monday-Chicken on bun,french tries,mllkahakM.
Sunday with their sister-in-law,Mrs. Coach Keith Tetstone for the week The Hampton Woman's Club is hamburgers.TueidayCheesehurgers.
Vickie Zacek. providing hot dogs, cold drinks, coffee
March 4-8 were: Jason McCullough piss, trench tries,
Paul and Mr. and baked goods for this event. .
Mr. and Mrs. Meng David Gatlin Kevin Orton Jose milkshakes.
and Mrs. Francis Meng visited Serving will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday-French tries, hamburgers,
Mr.and Mrs.Lynn Hall relatives and friends in Tampa over Aviles, Gene Birt Randy Rhoden, Special music will be furnished bya Thuradsy-Krench milkshakes,pizza,BBQ fries,pork pizza on,bun.cheeseburgers,
the weekend including Mrs. Phyllis Amy Horne and Stacy Rhoden. local country Western group. Ad- milkshakes.
Anniversary CelebrationMr. McClure, Ryan and Kasey Mr. and March 11-15: Bradd Jones Jennifer mission for the evening of entertain- Frlday-Plzia hamburgers, trench fries,

and Mrs. Lynn Hall Mrs. John Manker and Mrs. May Glenn Adam Hall, Kim Wilson ment is $2 for adults, free for 'milkshakesEach day students, have a choice of a hot lunch or Some say twins are usually -
celebrated their Sixtieth Wedding Rusha. Mike McKenzie, Sherrie Comer, children salad bar or they may purchase a-ha-earte. intelligent! and fortunate -
Anniversary on March 14. They enjoyed In love.
the entire week which began
with a surprise covered dish luncheon
at the Hampton Christian
Church on Sunday March 10.
Their daughter, Lucille Burkhart
along with her daughter Cindy,from
Miami, spent several days with Clip &nus"g
them. They were all joined for a
celebration at Morrison'sRestaurant II
in Gainesville by other
family members including Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Hall and Caron of
Earleton Beach and Mrs. Margaret
Crawford and family of Hampton.
During the week they also enjoyeda
dinner in their honor at the home of SpecialCash
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall.

By Dolores Meng ,
Phone 468-1915

Girl Scouts See Slides
On Friday, March IS, seventeen
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Girl Scouts and Brownies were \ ? -- ,
shown slides at the Methodist (Dividend ) ( Dividend [ Dividend ) f Dividend Dividend I
Church in Starke. Slides were shown Special Special Special
and narrated by Mrs.Laurie Mullins Special
and included her experiences with
Girl Scouts in the World Centers of DUNCAN MINES CAMP'S
were accompanied by their leaders PORKSBEANS
Debbie Broome Betsy Hersey Min- BAR-B-QUE PAPERTOWELS
dy Hersey and Beverly Padgett.


Sympathy !is extended to the fami- 18.SOZ BOX 18-OZ BTL ONE ROLL
ly and friends of Mrs. Ruby Waldron 16-02 CAN 16-OZ BOX
who died on March 16 at her home.

Rudy DeWaters Birthdays celebrated his

85th birthday on March 18. Kad Wat-
terson will celebrate his 98th birth- I
day on March 25. Larry Stone and 'i'T7TLPRICES
Lori Stone were both 22 on March 14.
March 15: Tracy McCullough and !
Donald Roberts. March 16: Tori
Hersey, Christina Broome and
Jason Sanderson. March 18:
Michael Strickland. March 19: Jennifer -

Wynn.Darley. March 21: Renee

Hampton Lake
Attends Retreat
Mrs.Mabel Nessmith attended the EFFECTIVE THURSDAY a.. ......, .11;

Prayer Retreat of Fellowship the Women's held Missionary.at Lake; ,,," MARCH MARCH RIGHTS 21 27 THRU, 1985.RESERVED.WEDNESDAY QUANTITY et a .s""t'"., ?.r..0 Sb Op P an try r Prid m' .

Swan in Melrose from Friday to Sun- "
day. The theme of the retreat was

Community News I MEAT'
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,w; '-. U.S.DA GRADE A
You are cordially invited to attend a J %c WHOLE
spiritual concert by the fantastic
Simmons Sisters of Gainesville.The .
concert will be given Satur- '
day, March 23 at 7:30: p.m. and will iCrM; rv
be held at Ebenezer Baptist Churchof
Starke. Come out and hear the SAL-SEAS ,
words of God in song.Rev.O.E.Harris ''

Pastor and Bro. Ralph Mitchell, FRENCH'S ; {{ y' '; ; ,
Program Chairman.Lawtey .

NewsBy 16-OZ BTL. $149 24.oz88 I Ici

Elizabeth Terry SAVE 3()<
Methodist observed a Birthday and TRASH BAGS . COUNT/2.39
Wedding Anniversary Party on Sun- 7-OZ TOSTADOS,eSOZ NACHO CHEESE TOSTADOS,, TWO
day at the church. They had a good ftSOZ NACHOS OR 50Z JALAPENO NACHOS LB
crowd and the food was delicious. GOLDEN FLAKE . c 3S .89 PER BAG
The Grace United Methodist GIPEAESUPE CT.MEDIUM SUPER tae CI.
the home of' Mrs. Jeanne Lee NEW PAMPERS &:8.49

(behind the post office)on Saturday, BEACH CUFF OIL,MUSTARD OR HOT
PERSONALS: Mrs. Melinda Eunice arson $ BONELESS FULL CUT $ 79 ..
was a surgical patient at Alachua QTR. 169 ROUNDSTEAK

General Hospital in Gainesville.She JtL PORK LOIN M
returned home Thursday and is doIng LB LBPLANTATION
well. Our prayers are with her.
Miss Elizabeth Terry went Mon-
day, March 11 to visit her sister, f y HICKORY SMOKED PANTRY PRIDE CHOICE $ 99
Mrs. J. P. Wyrick in Tallahassee.Mr. SLICEDBACON $139 GROUND BEEF FAMILY ]

.and Mrs. H. B.Dee Sheldon of
Naples were guests of Mr. and Mrs. SUNSWEET HUNTS SUNM AND OLD FASHION PURE

visited Mr. and Mrs. Rembert Car- 11BEEF LIVER >SV a LIVER 69 SAUSAGE. 'u>1 .79
radine. LB.69 SAUSAGE . La.

and Greg Morgan celebrated her JAR CAN CUBED,STEAKS La2.69 KAHN'SHAM LB2.69 SHRIMP 'Pn4.99
4th birthday at the home of her

Shuford,on Sunday.Her friends and BRIGHT EYES . & z3/.89 fb-jf' _i TURKEY HAM L.1.59 SAUSAGE. LB1.99 DAPPLE US .99
her celebrate

occasion. . . 21z 1.29kCl} -
Mrs. Fred Moore spent Wednes- IN THE DELI/BAKERY
Boyer of Jacksonville. MIX . 21.soz1.49 STORES ONLY
Mr. and Mrs..Ed Ward had their tar OFF LABELCOFFEE

grandchildren, son-in-law Mr. and MATE . '602 1.89 ,- ....., SOLID WHITE PHILADELPHIA. .. ...... BALLPARKFRANKS
Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Kimberly, TURKEYBREAST "" )
Kennie and Jamie visit all day Sun- ( CREAM /
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day to help Mr.Ward celebrate his KEEBLER P+CRUST . oz .89, e ,,1 CHEESE C MEAT OR BEEF

birthday.For refreshments they had :;I

cake Mrs.and ice cream.Boche and Mrs. KRAFT
j Daisy $199
Jeanette Hamilton spent the HALF! 6 g $169

weekend Wildwood.with Mrs.Virginia Reddingof MACARONI POUND 8OZ 16OZPKG..

Mr, Inez: Crosby of Starke spent & CHEESE LAND O'LAKES AMERICAN HERITAGE
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Rossie HALF POUND SINGLE WRAP

Wilkison, Sr., visited daughter Mrs. : MTCHEL . MOZ .99 BEEF BOLOGNA i,oz) 1.89
Eunice Edwards in COUNTHYPdoeil! : PlEa sifts BONNET
Baptist Hospitalin 49 KAHV9 CHUNK
Jacksonville. : QTRS. OLEO wozSEALTEST .69 BRAUNSCHWEKIEn+ '.
ie()z 1.29
.Mrs. Hubert Priest returned home FResH gAKED JUMBO COTTAGE DOMESTIC SLICED I
March 1 from a long visit with her ROLLS .'. 61.89
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son-in-Law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. John Morris and children Deb-'
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I Lady Tornado Track Team Dominates Meet in MiddleburgContinuing : ( I


their hectic schedule In the shot and the discus, Lisha 1100 medley rile!. I) BHSi Wllllamt-Adaml- tamore Williams was first in the 100. 1400 medley- PHI: Halt-BollamySand r.- Paul McKinney, who beat the old
the Lady Tornados dominated a two- Long was top lady. Davts-Tiarney,4J)0.5). Tony Davis took the 200 and the high Mcklnney,4:07: .... record of lla:59.0: set in 1969.
way meet with the Middleburg too Meter Run-11 Barber 214,S>Butler 2t.02 jump as well. 100 meter d.."- 1) Davit 14.14 II Wllliami
Broncos The string continued in the relays, Hall 70.0, Kennedy 10.0 Jacob 3>.4, Wllllami 144 Lane 1474, Hampton 1117, HI"".'"'' The three-man shot-put relay
Tuesday, March 19, and made a with the Tornados taking home the 37.17, Searcy 33.11. In the relays, BHS took the 4X100, 17.13, Fallen II10 Patterson n.14. teams members are Lonnie
good showing at the Jacksonville 4Xl00, 1600 medley, and the 4X400. 3100 miter run-I II Sapp I2i45,))AnderS 13:47, the 1600-medley and the 4X400. 3100 meter run-31)McKinney 11:11,41 Tannant Hamilton, Andrew Timmons, Eddie
Wolfson 4) H."ell.3.4. 11:94,Thomas I4:1S.
Relays Friday March 15. : Tennant. This establishes three-
UOO meter' relay II BMJi SappTlerneyAdamiJtckton 4X400 relay It BHSi McKlnney-Hall-Sandarf a
BHS 92, MHS 22Shotput ,4:47.31. BHS IS, MHS 35 Bellamy 0:47.55Wolfson man shot put record, there was not
BUS 92, Middleburg 22 -1) Long 23..",I) Ftlton "'a." Shot-11 Hamilton 31'5",11 Tlmment a2" ",21Ro.ch before this.
In a one sided contest, the Lady Dltcui1)Long Ii'I". 1)Admit tJ't. Boys Take Win... Discus1)Iff. Tlmmoni ..'.", 2) Roach "'4". Relays... The girls shuttle-hurdle team was
Tornados dominated a two-way Searcy Loon\r)ump- II R. Wllllami M'9," Davit 14', When the gentlemen Tornado run- High lum..-U Davit"''". It was a cold evening last Friday fifth in 1:41.13 and the 4X220 was
meet with the Broncos, winning 14 110 hurdlet-) Hall 10 I',I)Kennidy 1047,3) ners let the dust settle,it was BHS 85 110-hurdlet- Smith II.M. when the Tornados ran in the third in 1:56.7.: distance-medley
first places. Denmark 12,SI,41 Jacobin,ar and Middleburg 35, with the team 11.73 100,Meter DamII L.willamt ll.tl 21 Davit Wolfson relays in Jacksonville, but was third in 13:47.9: and the 4X110
Pat Barber 100 Meier Da.h-II R,Wllllami 3,44,2111erbernn.1I 41 Hampton 11.20 Lena 11.41 Patterton two new school records set that
took the 200 and from Starke doing what they knew 12.77,Hankerion II13 Felton 13.". were fifth in 55.09. They were seventh
400-meter dashes, Lori Sapp was too Meter Davit Run II 11 lit Sapp T. Wllllamt':01.C.Andert IS' ':41,C. how to do: win. 1400 meter run Hankerion JOI Abdulla.:13, night. with 5:00.63 in the sprint-medley but
first in the 1,600 and the 3,200 and Harrell t.3f. Eight first places went to the Torn- Glove,:54. Both were set by the boys team. were disqualified in the milerelay.The .
Wendee Hall won both the 110 and 4X100 Relay. I) BHS Davit.Butler Adams.Whims does in their Tuesday, March 19, 4X100 M.I.relay II WllllamtHallBallamySandert Marks fell in the distance medley boys were fifth in the sprint- .
300-meter hurdles 54 31. drubbing of the Broncos. 400 meter daih- II Davit".n.4)Lana 40, relay at 11:58.20 and the three-man medley in 2:07.42: and sixth in the
400 Meter Oath II Barber tl IB Searcy 75 0,
Roberta Williams was first in the T. Wllllamt I*,17. i Lonnie Hamilton won the shot. An- relton t,it. Hankerion ao II. Patterson .!.!', shotput relay with combined throws two-mile-relay. They were sixth in
100-meter dash as well as first in the 300 hurdlet-1,till Hall and Kennedy 71.30,31) drews Timmons won the discus. Hampton aDD *!41. Of 98'10.25". the mile-relay in 3:39.33.:
longjump, while Kelley Jackson Denmark 7'.49.41 Jacobs 10.14. Spenser Smith was first in the 120 '00 hurdletllmlthS4l3 meter run- II Hankerion It 13, 4IThorpeIIf The distance medley Robert No teams scores were given, with
a was, first in,the 800-meter race. 3:Ot 100.73 Meter, Anders Run 3:0'.91.II Jackson 1:5234 Dewm and 300 meter hurdles while Lat- ,Abdulla 1:33 Glover 2.:... Thorpe Kerry Hall, Eddie Tennant, only individual relays being scored.
"It was cold up there Friday,"
said Coach George Loper.

Lady Gator Relays...
This year's Lady Gator Relays has
Starter for the been moved to the Santa Fe Com-
Coupon munity College track in Gainesville,
indicated Loper. Over 100 high
school, junior colleges and univer-
sities are expected to attend.
"I'm looking for them to gain the
experience," said Loper of his girl's
team dominated by younger ladies.

of choice! Cash Track Okay...

your On another note, Loper indicatedthe
high school track had been accepted -
Dividend by the school board and
would be striped next week.
This will allow the BHS Invita-
STARTER tional to come off as planned, if the
work on the track is completed

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J.R. J.R r Coming off of a weeks break, the
Tornado lady netters came off se-
I cond best,losing 2-5 in a match Tues-
day, March 19, with Clay High in
I I I Green Cove Springs.
Only bright spot in the singles
I matches was Kim Sapp's 8-6 win
SPECIAL OF YOUR CHOICE over Clay's Debra Veek. Maria

I I AT THE LOW ADVERTISED PRICE Thomas dropped her lost match 1-8, 4-8 Donna, Sherry Parado Ross

LIMPM COUPON PER CUSTOMER PER lost 3-8 and Jackie Nguyen was
;AMILY SHOPPING TRIP & beaten 3-8. Terese Richardson lost
.- THRU her exhibition match 03.
rrcouPON: VALID MAR 21 PURCHilSE The ladles split the doubles, with
the Tornado pair of Maria Thomas
and Kim Sapp winning 84. Sherry
Ross and Jackie Nguyen weren't so
I lucky, losing 18.

win"We," said didn't Coach play Jerry well enough McGriff.to
for Selection and
Quality savings "Taking a week off didn't help as
well as several players being sick.

PRODUCE (. BAKERY Boys win big...
The Bradford High boy netters
',''.;'. ;" '. -:' .;':" ;' '. {,",,,;' !i! PANTRY PRIDE SLICEDPULLMAN skunked Clay High 7-0 in a series of
/ '-It.. or easy wins Tuesday, March 19, in

-i'::.:" .'. ... ... 1 1 l e BUTTERMILKBREAD their Green host Cove win Springs one match.,not even letting

,,'." ... :t<;i. 3' Top seed Jason Brown dumped
....-'... -".. ... :. L '" ,ulpsa: Jamie Wilkes 8-0. Number two seed
;";' :::ii' 1I1' >, Jody Brown won his match 83. Jim-
,....,'. ::!!.:. "- 0# my Wilson took his match 8-2, and
"" Robert 8-5. Fifth seeded
.t..: ':-. 2/$1 Taylor won
'. :1.". .-- 240Z Paul Bawek closed the day with an
LOAVES 8-2 win.
Continuing to dominate the courtsin
CHILIAN WHITE = doubles play, BHS freshman
FRESH BREAD 2 1.09 brothers Jason andJody Brown took
OET-1 FREE their match 83. Jimmy Wilson and
FLORIDASTRAWBERRIES SEEDS"SEVEN Rick Kimutis followed suit, winning
? MUFFINS . PAq .89 their match 84.
PANTRRHAMBURGEROR "It was a shutout," said a jubilant
GRAPES HOT DOG s..3 PAK 1.49 McGriff. "Everyone played well."
So far this year the girls are 3-5
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS while the boys are 2-6.

6 5 .... 9 9".., ST. IVESSHAMPOO & Upcoming Next action Action.is a home.. match

ONE PER against Oak Hall of Gainesville today
PINT POUND CONDITIONER (Thursday March 21) at 3:15

AEDSEEDLESSOR p.m.Tuesday, March 26, the BHS netters
BLACK REIBER JOJA8A.ALOE r $ go to Keystone High for a 3:30
QUART $1.29 FLAT $3.90 FLAT $$7.80 CHILIAN GRAPES NO TWIN PACK 299 p.m. match.
Next Thursday, March 28, the net
((21&OZBTLS.) ters travel to Gainesville for a 4p.m.
FRESH $ ALL PURPOSE $ VOFFLABEL match with Eastside High.

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59 59 MOUSSE . . . (;Nt .99
Best MatchTornado
WHITE GRAPEFRUIT ,21.79 D'ANJQU EATING PEARS L..69 golfers had their best
BEER round of the season on the familiar
FRESH Starke Golf and Country Club course
FLoRIDA CARROTS. CELLO U5 .49 GREEN ONIONS .3s1.0 last Thursday, Marchd 14, when
12OZCAN they knocked off Interlachen High
MILWAUKEE by 13 strokes.
FROZEN FOODS BHS had a 175 total.Bo Bishop led
BEER $178' with a 40, Todd GUlenwaters shot a
1 8OZFROZEN'' 'TOTINO'S REGULAR OR UGHT 42, Chris Douglas 48, and Tom Wat-
son 47.
MORTON PARTY PIZZA Previous team low for BHS was a
POT PIES 3/$1 .r:..:," "1a- 188, said Coach Mike Sexton.

WAI'PLD FRS .79 Party :: St.Augustine today (Thursday,
9 9 March 21) for a match. SA won the
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Ilk. new. $16,800. Loon valu., 16000. Hampton School. 2BR, large living THREE BEDROOM, 1 Vt bath home, all ROAD $2600. $250 dn., $100 mo. time work. Send resume to P.O.part HOUSEKEEPERS Experience preferred' i
4732214. 11/01 tin room dining room and kitchen on V carpeted den ,CH/A, on 1 acre Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn per Drawer 280. Stark., FL 32091. 1/03 tfn but we will train. Must be dependableand 1
112 JEEP CHEROKEE Laredo pockog. acre lot with large pecan trees $235 $49.000 terms.3 BR, I'/i Bath trailer on 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD. (C-227)) EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home willing to work. Apply In person I
Excellent condition/ $9600. call 3/28 I acre, $14,000. Terms. 100 ft. on water only. ECONO LODGE, 301 North. 3/14 '
mo. 964.6714.3/212tchg with dock Lake. 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call assembly work. For Info call ((504))
Crosby Terms. Phone I
473.2211.12/13 tfn 40 ACRES FOR RENT OR LEASE 4% acres 9645606. 1/03 tin 6418003. ext. 9979. 2/14 4tEOW 3/28 2tchg 321EXPERIENCED
IfSO FORD F-2501 LWB V-8. PS. PB. under cultivation. Call 359.0036. 3/21 964.4236.3/21 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD $1,995 FURNITURE SALESPERSON: Man or lady SALES PERSONS Apply In I

4-speed, AM/FM. 44,000 miles. Excellent 2lpd 3/28 per ac. $1,000 dn., $250 per mo. Call who want to make $50,000-$100OOO person at Olin. Mobile Home, Hwy i
condition $4750.782.3660.3/14 MOBIL HOME 2Br furnished no pets YARD SALE 9645606. 1/03 tfn yearly for North Fl. Sales exp. desired.But 100. Starke. 3/14 tfn I
2tpd 321GOVERNMENT convenient to shopping center. LOT IN CITYl $6.000. Call 964.5764 alter will train. Send resume to J.T. RN NEEDED 3 or 4 days per week, I
SURPLUS CARS/TRUCKS 9648810. Itchg 3/21 MOVING) Lots of everything. Fri., Sat., 5, call 964.5251.3/07 tin ; Kirkland Pyramid Mfg., 623 W. Grand Whispering Pine Care Center
und.r $100. Now available In your APARTMENT FOR RENT 403 N. Walnut Sun. 9 a.m. ill dark. Lawtey corner OCALA NATIONAL FORESTS High and Ave. Cadsden, Al 36271.Ph. 964.6220 forjBpftJtchg.3/21 _
Call 1-619-969-0242. 3/14 I bedroom 964.5276. Itpd Olive Jefferson, behind Masonic
area. 3tpd $175 mo. dry wooded lot, suitable for mobile 209-442-1809. Please Include photo
3/28 3/21 lodge. Itchg 321MOBILE home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. will be returned. 2/281tpd 3/21 WANTED
1913 GMC Pick-upr 1/2 ton short wheelbase SPACIOUS 4 BR 2 bath brick home op- w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand SAT. and SUN. Dependable person to
AC PS, auto overdrive, AM/FM prox. 2 miles Starke city limits. CH/A. HOMES Ilihlng. Owner (904)) 236-4579 or work snack bars at Waldo Flea Market. SHARE MY HOME: Beautiful; l, 2 baths: '
tilt steering wheel, n.w tires, $6,900' S.. to appreciate. 964-6490 964.8963. FOR SALE 6299649.321 121chg 6/6 6 to 19 hrs per week. 'Food service quiet area lake privileges, near '
firm. 964.4573.3/74 2tpd 3/21 3/21 2tchg 328HOMES APARTMENTS FOR SALES 2 story building and/or management experience Keystone H... $17S/mo and '/i utilities
14 FORD RANGER 44: Loaded low containing 2 apt with replace( on preferred. Call for appt.468-2295.3/14 Must be clean mannered woman.
miles. Make offer,' must sell. 7823613. FOR SALE SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N.Stork. Washington St. Next to Starke Elem. 2tchg 321CRUISE 473-3318. Itchg 321Subscribe
Itchg 3/21 .. Come see Ray Gouln formerlyof School. 964.5876. 3/21 2tpd 3/28 SHIP. JOBS I
1977 FORD PINTOS power steer Lake Chevy-Olds or Troy Smith for PINTO STUDs 20 mo. old. greenbroVe, Great Income potential.All occupations.For .
ing/brakes, air, AT good paint runs 401 S. WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR, CB the bargains. We buy and move used quick to team gentle $350. Ask for Information call ((312))742-8620 ext. Today I
good matching radial tlr... $875. home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn home 964-4414 or 964.778.26 tfn Beth. 964.8713.3/213tpd 4/4 362. 3/14 4tpd 4/4
634 N. CHERRY ST Frame home 90x79 BRADFORD COUNTY
7823110. Itchg 3/21 on KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservatlonl.ts,
79 BUICK REGAL air cruise, foot lot. 4 BR, carport utility shed and TELEGRAPH
power $150 mo., furnished. Purchase option.Bill. PERSONAL SERVICES stewardesses and ground crew positions
sharp. $3,500.964-4269. Itpd 3/21 playhouse. 964.6365.2/21 tfn 473-7960. available. 1619569.0241 for 964-6305
1974 CADILLAC Sedan d. VIII., 1003 E. BY OWNER: Brick house with 3 14x70 MOBILE HOME on on. acre, 2 details.. 24 hrs. 3/14 3tpd 3/28
Call St.. best bedrooms, 2 baths Central heat< air. 'SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All ,
$1500 or offer phon. bath. 3 BR, 12x24 storage bldg., well I 1 ,I
964-4024. Itpd 3/21 1600 sq. ft. living area. 2 acres of land. septic, garden. Crosby Lake. access. make cleaned, oiled and adjusted '
1914 CHEVY SCOTTSDALEt ttton pickup On Highway 225. 57500. Call $25,900. Phone 964.4166 or 9646364. $15. Used sewing machines for sale. INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH; !
loaded. Auto OD AC PS, PB PW 964-6943 nights. 3/07 2tpd 3/21 3/14 2tpd 3/21 James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. Telephone Solicitor Needed. k
POL TILT CRUISE AM/FM Stereo mat DOCK HOUSE Modern kitchen over the 12x52 FLAMINGO 2 BR. I bath Air cond. and Hwy. 16 Stark. 964.8733.1/03 tin
ching llberglass topper less than water where shrimp, crabs ,and fish Phone 964.5662 after 9 p.m. $4,900. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Fr.
12.000 miles. 8800. 9646086. Itpd are plentiful season. Beautiful view. 3/14 2tchg 3/21 estimate Handy-Man Fence Co. Sell subscriptions for the Fla. Times Union from the comfort of your own
3/21 Secluded. One acre plus of Harriet's BANK REPOSSESSED: Assume low Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.329 home. Set your own hours. Be your own boss. No quotas. Not a salary
1914 TOYOTA WD-PKSi 5,000 actual Bluff 1% hours NE Starke. 964.7835. payments. Call for credit check. Call tfn position, but an excellent commission structure.
miles. From ..tal.. Phon. 964-6471 or 3/07 tfnHOUSE David 351.851".3/21 2tchg 3/28 MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. Phone 964-6165 for details.
479-1338. ALSO Garwy MH Ideal for TO BE MOVED 3 bedroom, large SHORT ON CASH Short on credit. Credit Also have quilts for sale. Assorted Itchg 3/21
camping. 3/21 2tpd 328MOTORCYCLES living room, large dining room and kit check by phone, same day approval. size and designs. Betty Hlldebrand ,
chen. 964.7797.3/14 2tpd 3/21 351-8514.3/21 2tchg 3/28 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg
3 BR, UATH HOME Saratoga Hts., corner TWO BEDROOM 12x70 mobile home on WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S
lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. YOUR BUSINESS
1 acre. 12x24 shed Phone 964-9067.
Phone 964.8652.3/21 tfn WANT TO STOP
1979 SUZUKI GS1000 reduced to $1,490. BEAUTIFUL 3BRt 2 bath custom built 1980 Itchg 3/21 THAT'S OURS
2BR :
1983 GL1100 Aspencade, 10,000 miles home on one acre lot In Starke'* exclusive very Alcoholics Anonymou.9U.415G'U6I".9645.t34.
r.duc.d to $..950. 1974 GT 790 ."c. Deerwood subdivision. Plentyof clean on one acre lot close to prison.
Beautiful lawn fenced, Financing
m.ch. $795. Kawasaki 129 only $295 extras, good financing and a fine pd thru 1116 rat.
available Call Yeager,
(needs point). CURLES CYCLES Hwy bargain at 63900. Owner must sell 9646503. Itchg 3/21 Happ CARPENTRY WORK Porches, repairs, :: /rwiHear
301 S. 964-6020. 3/14 2tchg 3/21 Immediately. For an exclusive showIng FOR SALE OR RENT Two BR mobile homeon remodeling work, decks mobile home
1911 HONDA 650 Custom Excellent con call Fred Prall., Century 21, John Deer Lake. New furnished repairs. Coll 9646232. 3/14 2tpd 3/21
dition. On. owner. Window and tot. Merrill Realtors In Gainesville Springs -
at JERRY'S ELECTRICAL Reasonable prices. : REALTY
deck with 473-2292. Itpd ,
rack.,9647648. 3/21 4tpd 4/11 372-1494 or alter hours at 3787856. large awning. Free estimates, prompt service. '! ,
3/21 41pd 4111. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .68.1119.3107 4tchg 3/28 1" .
FOR RENT BUSINESS RENT/LEASE exterior. Relerences. Phone 473-7517. CECELIA- PHONE 964.7776

3/14 tfn 205 N. I
Home and for
space YOUR OWNs 9648076.110 tfn 9646078. Orders also taken In lake
Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone Jeans-sportswear *NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEX PLENTY OF PAVED
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone
ladles apparel chlldrens, large size, Height
"68-29129/16 tfnROOMS
FOR RENT combination western store, ac BOATS 173.4973.2/26 tfn PARKING RIGHT LOCATION ON 301 S. EASY ACCESS :

Day 'Week Month cessories. Jordache, Chic Lee L.vl.) HOUSEWORK GETTING YOU DOWN: 1125 SQ. FT. EACH WITH BATHROOM *

'i MAGNOLIA HOTEL Easy Calvin Street Klein. .Izod Sergio Esprit.Valente.-Tomboy.Evan, 14 PT. BASS BOAT'AND TRAILER With 25 '. Call clean 473-3318.bathrooms I will and vacuum kitchen., duct Even ,SPACIOUS| ,<>TPRAPEVJWW t PERoo
, a.-L Across frapLSlorkePO.. ,Picon, Liz Clalborne, Members Only' ; ho Johnson motor and electric trolling/ .trwoih' 3 loads of clothes.AU for $23.+ $.;.c". nn?.<>Mt beivblyoqyMtno' '.."' .e..o t"lIm| nwoO
MOTE ROOMS By the night $7; by the motor. Like new. 2250. Call 964-6943 Call for more Info on other chore
Organically Grown, Heollhlex, over 484 ACRESi Beautiful rolling country. Only $444,00o'l Near Columbia
week $25 up; by the month, $100 up. Reference
MAGNOLIA HOTEL across from Post 1,000 others $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory alter 630p.m.: Itpd 3/21 supplied. Itchg 3/21 line. Borders Olustee Cr.

Office. Starke. 2/21 tin training fixtures, grand opening' PERSONAL TOUCH! Need your home or 301 FRONTAGE 8 ocress attractlce home, barn In city priced right i- won'tla.t |
office cleaned? I will do It for while
RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREETS Will etc. Can open In 15 days. Mr. Loughlin LAND FOR SALE you long I
((612)) 888.228. l Itpd 3/21 you do more Important things.
design and remodel to suit your needs. .2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In city $6.000 each. Plnebreeze off Colley Rd.
HAVE A FASHION STORE OF YOUR Keystone Hts., Melroie, Starke area
Call 964-6309. ask for Sylvia. 3/07 tin OWN Let our notional assist ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. 473-3867. Let ring. 3/21 TFchg -4 3/4 ACRES $12.000t On Rd. :230A and Wilson Rd.
NEAR GRAHAM 1 BRtra'ier.; Completely All popular brands company, Calvin Klein 3000. $300 down $75 per mo. Call HOUSECLEANING DONEi Fait, efficient 832 W. CYPRESS ST.* 2BR 2Ba. Owner must sell.
furnished. Includes heat and air. $60 Gloria Vanderbilt Bobbie Brooks, 964.5606. 10/4 tfn service. Call for estimate. 964-7874. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE Two lots for 5500.
wk. 489-1371. Itd.g 3/21 Sergio Valente, Santa Crux Tomboy LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down 3/21 3tpd 4/4 FOR LEASE COUNTRY CHARM:3 BR 1 BA on 7 acres, CHSA.completely' furnished .
HOME FOR RENT IN COUNTRY Off M.ng Esprit more. $8,900 to $18,400. Beginning balance In five years, financing by TAROT CARDS READ by appt. 9647874. garden greenhouse S pecan tree*.
Dairy Rd., Hampton. Newly remodeled Inventory, fixtures, supplies, airfare owner, 964.6853. 12/13 tfn. 3/21 3tpd 44COMPUTERIZED VERY BEST LOCATION: 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House Beautiful! CHS A. Move,
2 BR. LR, kit, DR. $275/mo. 964-6714. ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement
and training. For Information call BOOKKEEPING. business refrlg., ceiling fan, 114 ac. landscaped ground.
3/14 2lchg 3/21 Ed Brandt collect. 4052385098. Itpd $3.900. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call consulting. KEY BUSINESS SERVICES .4 BR. IV. BAr Brick. Rd. 16 E. One half acre with flr.pl.533 .:'...
TWO BEDROOM mobile home located In
964-9606. 1/03 tfn
private section on Grlllis Loop. Phon.468237.t 3/21 :. 7B2-39.49.Jtpd 3/21 _. W. PRATT STi Convenient to everything.
alter 6 3/14 2tchg 3/21 : .
p.m. ann.
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTj One mile Free Seminar Buffet VACUUMSALE r RAIFORD AREA CB W/CYPRESS VENEER One acre. 2 BR, 1 BA. Approx. 1500
from Starke city limits. Clean. No March 30 10 a.m. Home Decorating tips CARLSONHome sq. ft. Handsome Interior only yr. old.
children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. and Information prestigious new company Satellite SV.t.m..lnc. GRAHAM 4 BR, 2 BA. On two acres. Call for details.
468.132310/7 tfn In this area. Earn $250 or more Hwy 100 W,Keytone Heights 301 MOTELS 16 rms. turn. 8 roomy living quarters 376' Hwy 3O1. Own. fin.
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On part-tlme per week and much more, to NEW A USEDWe (904)) 473.2666 FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET!Across from HS. 301 frontage. Priced right I

Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call your ability. For full time small investment Finance Our ownKIRBI'S Freedom ef Ctlo'' oPINE BROWNLEE ROAD-34.43 ACRESi Of prime property. Owner financing.
964-7930 or 468.132310/07 tfn needed. Reservations by March I COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly 26. Call 1-376-7163 Gainesville. Itchg i I: ONLY $31.0001 Saratoga Hgts. 1331 Blanding St.

rot... Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple 3/21 ROYALS BRICK HOME RD. 230i 3 BR. 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fed. bkyd. 52000.
Ave. 7/28 tfn EUREKAS BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS Own. fin. Additional acreage available
BA opt. For more Information call Lok. ELECTKOLUX Oaks ((2)) Crosby lake ((1)).

Butler Apts. 496-3141 Equal Opportunity CARE IN MY HOMEs Prefer ages 6 FILTER QUEENS! : ; -$25.000 3 BR home on 2 Acres In country.
Housing. 6/7.tlnchg! thru 12. Many summer activities. SEARS EAST CALL STREET Business location. 33000. Owner terms.

73-7505.3/1" 2tchg 3/21 \ 222' FRONTAGE 3011 ml.S. of Starke, next to Moseley Tire Co. Exc. terms.
FOR SALE OWNER FINANCING! IS Ac. In Lawtey of SR 225. Only $29,500.
WANTED We repair all makesAXLESBTIRESTwoaxleandfourtire .10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDEi Near Hampton. Only $33.000.

, FIREWOOD Call 964-8268. ask for Matt. AI NOBODY DOES IT BETTERS We are proud to offer luxurious home across from
" 11/29 tfnNEWSPAPER .. Young'sSince 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apt*. Starke Golf Country Club.
Highest price paid. Green' Welding 1957
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Gr.al'for Shop, 301 From '150M to '297M lots w/paved roods. Apprx. 6OOf from city limits. Except terms.SECLUDED. .

patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 11/03 fnc QuthStark.FL.964.5007: 964-6918 CHARMING Unique hideaway 6 yrs. old. 3 BR, 3V BA. CH4A.

135 W. Call St. 9646305. BUY SELL TRADE Gold, silver ft 3 Miles north of Sep office; In city. On 7 Ac. Just Reduced to 79900.
TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS 5'.8'ulility diamonds. Will beat anyone's price on HAMPTON LAKES Redwood 8 brick 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace, scrod porch.
trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, jewelry. Call 964-4238 ANYTIME. 2/21 on US 12 & 3 Bedrooms Available Now TERMS OP 12X POSSIBLEi 16 Ac. Clear w/approx. 700' on Hwy 301$. Inc. 2
$1,70016' utility trailer, $97016' lawn deep wells, 3 septic tanks 2 MH, Butler Bldg. Stocked pond < creek.
trailer $1,129; 10' lawn single axle .; ROOM TO ROAMi2563 sq. ft. home on 3V4 Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
trailer $878; 16' car hauler $1.190; 6 ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac.
on Hwy. 229.
ft. ramps, $100. Olin's Mobile Home Subscribe
Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 964-9606. I STARKE, FLA. $99,000 with ossum. mtg.
1/10 tin Today I FOR SALE OR RENT O'IUD -13 ACRES Only 35000. 10 A!. Imp. paiture. 3 Ac. Incl. lake w/flth.
W. Madison INVEST NOW Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 just South of City Limit.
Four 1200 tq. ft bldg. $200" per 13 lots available

........ month. Ideal for contractor, autorepairs Phone 9id-8312 * *
light mfg., storage lumberyard CIVIL IWSIH
Office Hours 9-5
FORMATION ON machine hop. SOBTBIITT : LAVERN OUTLAW 944-5478 BILL DODD 944-7408 1

Classified' Ad Network TOMMY CHASTAIN 944-4319 MAXINIBOOTH4U-I617-
((23-words). your ad CO., INC. Roberts Real Estate .. '
will go Into 56 Florida 1 ;.:..-.. : __ \'.,
newspapers (dallies; 'Two BR, bath, LR. 1.7'689t9 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL964.6x62'
and weeklies) for 0' DR, kitchen, garage, CarpetCleaning ..
circulation of sunporch. boat house, Scotchgard
1.000,000 readers. dock, CIliA 127.4 ft. .. $1'49'5' Is

Make that money lakefront. N Your House i COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 & Ham n) AvailableDeep
work for .
FCAN way.you..Sellthe Call) Appt.Only 468-1340 ,;. Ci an.d? acres and a CB residence Located on US ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)

964-6309 ask for 1301. Owners will leave all inventory, a

I Sylvia Today. -- Call Linda !''wrecker, and some, equipment for the Whole House Special (lIv.. c f., Hall, 3 Sr.). 5995

473-3468 buyer. Call for details.

: ,FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of Carpet Dyed ((9.12)) .. . .'. . . .'. 5995

I Plumbing Supplies; j _. I 'pecan trees, improved pastures, fenced 8 Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & chair) '.s . 4495

From 392--9 Ac. with well septic, elec. : cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace.. 4aW. ty w
and abandoned troller, hotly < pine Excellent working farm. "Not Delighted, Don't Pays' .

Durrance I Ie $17,000. brick 15 !' .. WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath horn.'' Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas'
BA acre
,'383-3 or 4 BR. 2
& ,\ pool equipped with horte barn pole on Crosby Lake Inlet.condition, Seawall Good S dock.1 Florida 'Carpet Cleaning & Dye 'Co.
.Pump ,.e barn 8 more: $139,000.385XSPECIAL House is in very good access ,
i.. : 3 BR.'. I BA brick.' |I to the lake. Priced to sell. ./ (Licensed & Insured) (Residential l & Commercial)

Supply I Co.:; chain link,, fenced half ocr., cash WILSON ROAD, bedroom, 2 bath. CB PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

..... I -S3*..,_... Ave. house on 1 acre. Central heat A air, carpet, '
U.S. 101 H N.
$ Temple 9647061W ) Sterke.FI 13091 I'' chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. I specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall' to wad carpel, furniture clean- .
terke.Flerld'i" ... 'i I STROUTREALTY : CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE i Inland Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
". 4 NEEDS, INCLUDINGAPPRAISALSGeorge Senior Citizen Discount Mileage Charge Free Advice f,

I, .Drill Wolls MCCMKMAItt W. Rob.rts. Jr. Broker Call -964-4997 Call 'I

'a"to "" State Licensed. i- MjoIUI '47 egkN-i lr it- -Terry A...Qaines,CSM. Salesman I If,No Answer Call (904) 733-1308. Satisfaction Guaranteed, I ::-


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:: FOR RENT CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, Keystone Oaks Drive. Follow signs '
kitchen If
cabinets and trim carpentry. Itchg 321.SATURDAY so

KEYSTONE Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018. after 9 am.5 Deer Springs
REALTY 5.30p.m. 1/3 tfnchg Rood Variety of Items for home and You may convert that mortgage

Rentol Property Available CARPET' AND; VINYL estimates Repairs and Installations clothing. Itpd 3/21 into cash dollars
1 BR, :I BA lake Santa F. Unfurnished. Free Ten years HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND TOOLS Mlsc I
No pets. $400 p.r month Craig.experience.5/17 Call 473-4217 and ask for Fri, Sot. and Sun. March 222324. On by selling all or part.

:2 BR,:2 BA-Gator bone Loh.. Completely tfnchg corner of Swan Lake Rood and SR-i.
Done In my home., Call
furnished. $400 p.r month and $400 481-3722. Itchg 3/21 SIDEWALK SALE .Krelve's Kids, Friday K

.curlty deposit. HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs, and Saturday. SR 21 North. 20 pet. to 50 Amelia Mortgage Corporation
OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center. mobllehom repairs, and fix-up needs. pet. off. Clothes, collectibles,
$200 per month and $200 security No household goods, wood stove, screen
|lob too small. Minor plumbing '
CelaCalsl 398.8300
deoosit. ((904))
repairs. Cleaning service Light haul doors etc 4731747. Itchg 3/21 THE
lit '
unfurnished hou... No ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY March 22-23.2

1 r.frlg.rator.'R. FURNISHED$275 per month. 5/17 tfnchg. family sale chairs clothing, ,OFFICE SHOp Quick Courteous Service Call Collect
.Hlcl.ncy cottages. PM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing household Items, misc. Lake View St., 1
By week or month. raking light hauling tilling. Call Sunrise Park. Itpd 3/21 low.1 Call Si. 964-5764 2005 Gibson Rd. Jax R 32207Union
Licensed Real HEIGHTS. REALTY 473-7607 or 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg 1963 Hallmirk C.7ds,Inc. .
6/21 tfnchg CARS TRUCKS ..
rubbed oil finishes Call Jac .. .
4732521. tfnchg 1/24 & BOATS
Geneva. Heat and A/C. Located on SE will do any type hauling chain saw County Ads
Lake 19B2 FORD 150 PICKUP '
Lan. $400 p.r month. Call Fiberglass top "
work daily trips to county dumps. Free MISCELLANEOUS Metal Office Desk
473.7777.3/14 low mileage, cruise, PS PB auto
tfnchg -
estimates, 1-481-4265. tfnchg 2/14 w/foldlng top $25.AM/FM Stereo,
GENEVA LAKE ESTATES trans., air and more $8,400. 475-3309.
Unfurnished 3
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt 2/28.3/21 PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT 8-track cassette w/radlo, console
big bedrooms 4tpd
fireplace Keystone mildew peeling paint from homes, cabinetbest offer,AKC Doberman I
schools. $400 MUST SELL Bought carl 1982 Pontiac -
month. new
p.r 475-2647 driveways, mobile homes Call Rick old
DORMAN year femalevery gentle $100.
Brok.r. 3/21 6000. One own.r. V-6 4DR, loaded MOBILE HOME
tfnchg 3 BR 1 1/2 BH In
473.2452.4tchg 31444FOR Phone 496-3009 after 7.00
Package deal 2" 4' wells : p.m.
MELROSE Unfurnished 2BR with 5695. Bank loan 5200. ; or Raiford. Call 4311039. 2-pd 3/21.28
new Installation of chg 3/tl _
sunroom. Access to Lake Swan. $300 473.4375.3/21 tfnchg septic BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR, 1 BH 3 miles
Call Joyce 4737122. Jeans hemmed out PORTABLE HOME FOR
tanks drain SALE 2 1
1984 MONTE CARLO CL loaded 24.000 fields and lift stations. of BR. BH
month 475.2647 Lake
p.r Brok.r. Butler near Johnstown. Call
3/21tfnchg rips and tears, clothes making. miles $8,500.473.7757. Itchg 3/21 Mobil. home poles available. All 496-3292. 1 321YARD great room, screen porch. Will set up
HOUSE FOR RENT Lake Geneva completely References. 3tchg 3/14-3/28 1974 DODGE COLT 4004734527. Itpd work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- on your lot In Union County for
GENERAL HANDYMAN ft FIX-IT SERVICE 3/21 man 2752151. UFN 9/1 SALE 18000. Not a traitor must see to
4732445.furnished.3/21 Available April 1. Yard work garden roto-tilling, chainsaw PIANO LESSONS. Private Individualized appreciate.! Coll 496-2554.1-pd

2BR LEA MOBILE tfnchg work tree trimming carpentry Instruction with experiencedteacher. 197* PLYMOUTH ARROW 4-Cyl.
HOME located on roof repairs, painting any kind of odd FOR SALE All ages. Beginners YARD SALE Saturday March 23, ENGINE. r
Hwy 100 next to Mini Storog. $250 per |lob. Call 473.3321.4tpd 3214,1MISCELLANEOUS welcome Call 496.2017.pd 9:00.5:00.: : Clothes for 10 cents each 1976 CHEVY $265.
month furnished washer ft 6 Cyl. engine runs perfect
dryer. $225 SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC 3/7-28 190 S.W. 2nd Ave 1-pd 3/21 $265.
unfurnished. 4737683. Itpd 3/21 pipes and fittings. Water softeners
2 NICE MOBILE HOMES 2BR 1BA.Highrldge Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts., 1,74:0R13 6 Cyl. engine runs perfect
Estates. $275 and $250. 473.4, 5/24 tfnchg REAL ESTATE INSURANCE $235.
Private lots, unfurnished. 4732730. PAC RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series CHICKEN FERTILIZER $12 pickup truck'

Itchg 3/21 appliances, household Items, with double base LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF load. You load.
METAL BUILDING -25x50 drlv. Indoors, collectibles, glassware, old jewerly organ pedals and rhythm section $795. Call PROPERTY? If I don't have It, I'll findit MAINES INSURANCE AGENCYi 160 S. ASK US ABOUT NEW GMC. PETTITS
tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 Lake Avenue, Lake Butler ..963978.Compl.t. USED CARS. 496-2600. 3 '/4
zoned BB, fenced. 3 phase elect. Callofterj 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 Just ask. JANE S. USHER --chg
p.m. 4734667. Itchg 3/21 EUREKA LOG HOMES A world leader In weekends for appointment to see tfn REALTOR. 496-2126 or 496-2903 Insurance Service. TFN. FOR SALE BY OWNER 10 or 20 acres
log homes for over a decade. We offer w/complete mobile horn hookupon
SWAN CREST NURSERY-SR-26 2V miles .v... "Your Union County Realtor.
you a proven Business' Opportunity. 8/04 tfnMOUNTAINLAKE Sr-121 4 miles North of LaCrosse.Call .
WANTEDSINGLE east of Melrose. Hedge plants, 3 for$1.
Call Mr. Wallace free 18006438344.ItFCAN $5 limit.12/20 tfnchg HOMES/LOTS in 496-3939 or 462.3068 or nights

FEMALE seeking person or older HAVING A FASHION STORE OF YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point countertop FREE North listings Carolina contact-and Carolina GeorgiaFor Coun LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to MOBILE 462.1595.4-chg HOME FOR 3/14-4/4 SALE 1980 Guerdon

couple to share 3BR mobile home In OWN Let our national company assist model $100; Early American table try Real Estate, P.O. Box 686 choose from. Send for free brochure. Pacemaker 2 BR, 1 3/4 BH,
lamp brass trim maple, $25 Quality
Keystone area. $200 per month Includes you. All popular brands, Calvin Klein on ; Hayesville. N.C. 28904. 704/3898335 Honest Abe Log Home Rte. 1. Box $1.000 negotiable equity and assume
hood with fan and light $25.
utilities. Days 9.3 call 473-4826 Gloria Vanderbilt Bobble Brooks range Itchrg 3/28 FCAN 84CF Moss Tennessee, 38575. payments $166.92 per month. Call

after 3 p.m. 473-3832. Itchg 3/21 Sergio Valente, Santa Crus Tomboy 14 473-4648 FOOT YELLOWSTONE.v.nlnga-473-2210 Travel days trailer tfn Like New All Brick Home. 3 BR, 2 BH 6152583648. Itchrg 3/28 FCAN 496.3316.2-chg 3/14-21

Esprit C more. $8,500 to 18400. Sleeps 6, flushing toilet stove, awn- family room two Insld utility rooms, TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALEs at discount.
HELP WANTED Beginning Inventory fixtures, supplies Ing. $995. Call 473-2277. 3/14tfnchg central heat/air double carport FOR SALE Industrial complex of Ralford.

airfare, and training. For Information BRASS BED King size, pure brass, complete fenced yard. 160 N.E. 9th Ave Lake 4311898. Itchg 3/21
RELIABLE WOMAN to live In and car. call Ed Brandt collect with orthopedic mattress set. Butler Owner financing BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES National TWO FORD TRUCKS 1979 4X4 $3700.

for .Id.rly woman. Room board and 4052385098. ItFCAN Never used still In box. Cost over .96.2948.1-chg 38FOR Company looking for Satellite Antenna 1977 XLT loaded $2500. Phone

salary. Call weekdays. 473-2183 1000. Will sell for $385 cash. and pay Phone Dealers No Experience 431.3101.1-d 3/21
w..k.nd. and nights 473-7947 Itchg LAND FOR SALE 2692169. 2tchg 3/21-3/28 RENT Required Complete Unit MOTOR CYCll- 19(2 HONDA XR-IOO

3/21 2 TON BRYANT Central A/C unit for Prices $499.00 and Up. Retail Dirt Bike Needs minor repair $400
PART-TIME LPN RN or MA for private LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. mobile home. In excellent condition. 129500. 24 hours 303-570-7800. for Info. call Brett or Bobby Parrish

medical oHlc. In Keystone Heights. Owner will finance. $164 per month. $500. Call 473-7771 or 4737857. Itchg TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING 2-pd 3/14-21 496.3463.1-chg 3/21
:. Pr.f.rrd.xp.ri.nc. with X-Roy. Call 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 3/21 MACHINES FOR RENTs Union County SOW AND PIGS FOR SALE 6 pigs est M- JOHN DEER AND EQUIPMENT
473.7292 Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 2 ACRES Off of Gasllne Rd. Keystone 20 HP MERCURY MOTOR Elec. start Times, 150 Main Street Lake Butler. wt. 30 Ibs. each $15 each. 1 Sow est. Phone 496-2952. I-pd 3/21
3/21 tfnchg Heights. Nice area. 9000. 473-2210 (runs like new), battery with two 6 Phone 496-2261 for information. TFN wt. 150 Ibs. with seven 3 week old DEER DOGS Lemmon and White
MAN FOR LUMBER YARD Handling days or 475-1851 evenings, tfn gallon gas cans $925; 2 aluminum pontoons C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWN Save up to pigs $100 for group. Phone 496-3332. Walkers 12 weeks old. Phone
lumber and building materials, truck % ACRE Corner fenced lot septic tank $150. 473-7717. Itpd 3/21 $80 mo. 13.000 miles a y.or'! PINES I-chg 3/21 "96-3647.I-ch1.l3/21 _
driving some counter sales, some and light pole. Halfmoon lake, 4000. TORO RIDING MOWER 32-inch 8 h.p., QUALITY LIVING laundry Park

.- .. maintenance work. P.rman.nt with Coll 1.783.1132.4tchg 3/14-4/4 has bagger elec. starter 1984 model. Recreation Car Pools, FRIENDLY AT. Chimney Fires
f. ..' the opportunity for advancement.Write 473-3283 tpd 3/21 MOSPHERE. Reasonable, Sr 121 Lake
to: P. O. Box 364, Lake Geneva HOUSES FOR SALE 2 PEAVEY 5 INCH SPEAKERS Model PA Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13 Ar. Among the Top 10

Fl 32660 tchg 321MOBILE 121 $300. 473-2803. 11 chg 3/21 TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH home at Shop & Compare!! Home-Fire Hazards

KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES New 3BR LOWREY ORGAN With built In Leslie 150 $,W. 5th Avenue Lake Butler. Six.uil Insurance for A Dirty Chimney

HOMES 2BA. 1 block from golf course. Heat $375; Yamaha guitar like new $90; Adults preferred no pets please Mobile Homo Parks Also Causes
pump many extras, 54000. 475-2598. set of Noritake stoneware dishes Bliss $140 per month first and last Heat LossSmokeFilled
'All of homeowners
3tpd 3/14-3/28 pattern service for 8, $50. 4737989. month's rent in advance, plus security types RoomsProtect
LAKE GENEVA 84 ft. on water. 3BR PRICED TO SELL Desirable 3BR 2BA Itchg 321DINING deposit. References preferred policies for

mobile home .well and septic tank frame home, 1,680 sq. ft., split BR plan ROOM TAILS 4 chairs custom Phone 496.3087 or 496-2975. UFN mobile/ home homeAnd
storages bldg./'large- deck.' S32.900.1' fireplace{ screen porch. Financing considered made table cover excellent condition .2/28 Call for Quote your
Down Comment of$9.000 : Family
( monthly payment $49,500.473.39E115Y41'ftbEhg: $3A0473.759rltpd3/21.I > MOUSE r FOR RENT' IK Lake Butler. ,
$300. Call 473-4058! after 6 p.m. Security deposit required. Call Olin's Mobile I With chimney
2tpd 3/14.3/21 YARD SALE"SATURDAY 7556969.
,. 1 ACRE LOT 70 ft. mobile home. 3BR. FOR SALE Home Sales
2BA Rood 214. $1,500 down $245 a Lake Butler: Call: 964-8278
March 23. Rain cancels. 4 Elaine M. Olin
month. Call 473-4058 after 6 2tpd Blankenship Chimney Sweep
p.m. miles E. of Keystone on 100 to Jasmine ADULT MALE Speckled Spaniel with Call Vlckl 496-2261
3/14-3/21 10' satellite dish 55 gal. aquarium papers. Good with children sweet 964.5606 9/13tcha9/2Q

Rosevllle guns, collectables, lots of nature. $50. 473-1747. Itchg 3/21 ,mm____,_____,
Subscribe I |unk, tools, trolling motor fishing COCA COLA BOX: 8 ft., 4 doors new

equip., curtlns A rods, Honda TrailBlazer condition. $630.( Charlie's Shell Steve} BroadwayTREE
Keystone Heights: 12 ft. Jon boat Windsurfer. Keystone. 473-2586. 3/21 2tchg 3/28
4732210Starke SERVICE ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc.

Kcmovul RealtorFormerly

Ads FOR SALE HELP WANTED Stump* Trimming Removal 221 W.Lafayette FAULKNER St.-Across from REALTY Wishbone

Firewood Mon.-Frl. 1:30..m..5:30:
LOFT BEDS with matching dresser $150. NATIONAL CONCERN NEEDS RNs or
Saturday 9 a.m.to 12 noon
Panasonic 19 In. color TV w/stand. LPNs to take blood pressure and heart Free K.slimalc I

FOR SALE $125. Two reclln.r chairs on. dark histories part-time. Local travel 473.4732 964.5065
brown one tan, $75 each. Phone 'necessary. Send work history or call

3-DOOR VISUAL COOLER. Excellent con 9644133. Itpd 3/21 3960413. Itchg 3/21 After 5 P.M. as "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive
dition. 1000. Cosh. FIRM. Call SEVERAL ITEMS fiBerglass roof shingles, BABYSITTER for weekends and nights. In
473-3943 after 6 p.m. 1/24 tfn 29 bundles, brown $175. Oak porch my home. Must have own car. Good Keystone Heights NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM

COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or swing w/cholns. $50. Italian Provincial pay. 9646200. ask for Mike. Itchg 3/21 Licensed & Insured
sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon triple dresser and chest on chest $225. CITY OF STARKE Is accepting applications *;3 BR. 2 BA MH with fenced-ln yard. In High Ridge Estates, CH/A, fireplace,

home or office copier $999; Canon office Platform rocker for 2, $45. Antique oak for 2 positions In Street Depart W/W carpet.
copier $1399. Rent to own for as Icebox $300. Large office sofa (block) ment. Must have valid chauf. license. Subscribe *3BR, 2BA on 1 acre, buyer protection close to Hampton lake, CHI A.

little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP $50. Girls Schwinn 10 speed. $40. 323 Apply City Hall Merrill Dees office fireplace, Ige. screened porch.
110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.3764.2/21 N. Walnut St. 9647682. Itpd 3/21 Itchg 321APPLICATIONS Today I *2 BR 2 BA on 6.1 acres, close to Keystone, ch/a w/w carpet sky lights,

tfn FOR CLERK I at the Brad workshop plus more
FOR SALE OR TRADE IN STARK Two- ford Public library are now being ac *5 ACRES ON SR 100 next to Brooker cut-off commercial potential,
story building on corner of Call HELP WANTED cepted. Minimum wage. 30 hrs. per FLORILANDREALTY *4BR, 2 BA ch/a w/w carpet close to schools, on N. Broadway St. Assume

Thompson Sts., one block from City week. Monday eves and Saturdays. Six 11.5 pct. fixed rate.
Hall. Clyd.W. Simpson. 356-6849.2/21 NURSING AsSISTANT NEEDED for I f month probation period. Successful applicant BIG TREE ESTATES: waterfront lot next to park priced right assumable
tfn Whispering Pines Care Center. Part- <2,r must pass State Typing Test. mtg.
PUPPIES Six week old Irish So".,.. time with advancement to full time, !5 Own transportation a must. Apply In 964.7700 *6 UNIT A HOUSE: only 88500. Good terms.
Parents on premises. 964-6922 after 4 '''.'220 for appt. hchg 3/21 '- person at 103 E. Jackson St. No phone 393 N. Temple Ave. *FRAME 3 BR. I BA: $11.000.
Itchg 3/21 MULTI-BILLION, DOLLAR FIRM moving to calls. 3/212tchg 3/28
p.m. Vernle P. Odom PINE TREE INN: Versatile business location.
WADLEY JUMBO QUAIL Twice as largeas Stark area. $300 plus per week. Meetat
8rok.r.GRIMotlvat.d 2 UNIT RENTAL 25000.
regular limited quantity. J. M. Edwards Starke Motor Court Wednesday, *
964.5379.3/14 2tpd 3/21 March 27, 7 p.m. No calls please. Itchg
Phone Skirting Plumbing Seller *4 RENTAL UNITS: $69.900 owner financing.
496-2952. Itpd 3/21 SALES PERSON WANTED Good commission Docking -ElectricalFlooring -3 BR, 3 Acres. Lawtey *6 RENTAL UNITS: Church St., needs remodeling.
TOMATO PLANTS for 'sale at discount. plan. Flexible hours. Experience Remodeling Trailer 'Ac. (mIl) for sale. *MINI-FARMETTE: 3BR 2 BA brick has several pecan trees with 5 acr...

Industrial complex. of Ralford, preferred but we will troln. 782-3702. Additions 'Concrete SlabsCustom Owner financing avull. I *LAKE LOTS: now Is a good time to purchase. Excellent terms.
4311898. Itchg 3/21 Built Sheds-Pump Houses -3 'R. 1 IA Home In Saratoga Hats. AWE HAVE ACREAGE from $1400 per acre and up. Call for location

RAILROAD CROSSTIESi' Good for land- Want Ads Get Results Prlatlt..CaIl473-7122 Building 1,000 sq. ft. Adapt. to your *MH on / ACRE: Woodlawn Acres, 16000.
: $1.50to .REDUCED 3BR 1 BA home on corner lot In town. Priced In the $30's.
scoping gate posts'fence poits. ': .,. _,. ___ u'-::: ___.. .. usage.
u u uu u u u u u.uu. ..- - - --- -- --.-.-.-.-.- Immaculate 2 BA MH with lots of" xtras.
$4.50 each ((150 available). 9647648. ..!......-.............. ..........'"':. !'... a. Building with lots Ctf space. 3 different *COUNTRY LIVING: on 3 acres 3BR

2/21 4tpd 4/11 HELP WANTED: Instructor : stores. Owner will hold mortgage Priced I
LOWERY HOLIDAY ORGAN with built-in to qualified buyer.
Leslie, $375. Yamaha Guitar Ilk. new Teaching Daily Living Classes in a sheltered LAND WITH TERMS *NORTH OF STARKE lovely farm home w/18.9 acres. Owner says sell ASAP. .

$90. Norlthae stoneware ,dishes, service workshop setting. BS/BA in Special Ed or related or 2 i %-8 Ac. tracts. *SCENIC VIEW of fishing lake, Keystone area, cedar home In $70's.
for 8. $.73-,89'ltchg 3/21 11 Ac. Good hunting weeds *BROOKER: family living w/brlck home and Iocr., only 20 min. from Slarke
ANTIQUE DRESSER 'roll away bed and yrs. College and 2 yrs. experience with Developmental Graham area and Gainesville '

mattress, $25 each. 782-3328. Itpd 3/21 Disabled. 18 Ac. Fronts SR II, Worthington *WHY RENT? You can own this one for only 32500. Near Breaker Elementary.
small excellent i
riding $600 or best offer. Must sell. Salary: $11,300 $12,500 and Quarterly Bonus and Spgs., Union Co. OnIT'S
3/28 114 Ac. Fronts Co. Id. 1$, 8 Co. Rd. *DON'T MISS THIS lovely hill river lot waiting for your get-a-way cottage. -
413.7505.3/21 2tchg w
CABINETl $300. Wdsher and Excellent Fringes. 238, Wothlngton Springs, Union Co. ly 11500.
CHINA SPRING: Time to build. 2 Acre lots off SR 16 toward Ralford. S,000 ea.
His and Her Cedar Closets, Resume to Bob
dryer.$300. chest freeier, $100. or Application : Larimer. Director. + LAWTEY: off 225 17 A. horse farm.

$600.9645769.Small Itpd 3/21 Sunshine Industries P.O. Box 5O9 Starke i *CR 225 40 A of prime farmland with nice home and pecan trees.

BRASS BEDi King sire (pure brass) complete Florida 32091 Janet M. *MADISON ST.: 3B/2 3/4. CH/A. circle dr.
mattress set !. COMM 301 N.: 6001 R/F and 439' R/F.
never with used orthopedic still In box. Cost over ...............................' ................... SfarngRealtor// *COMM. 30's: 1 Ac. with 22 mini storage positive cash flow.

$1,000 sell $385 each. 2692169. 3/21 -- *GRAHAM: live In the country on this ..5 Ac with C/B. 3BR.2Ba 2 car gar.,

2tchg 3/28 r- CH/A, fireplace, "price reduced". ,
CB radio PROPERTY Good terms with positive cash flow and low down
Kodak 3 Turret movie camera; Fuzz- Jatk Qt urtmJU'& 1Ptiutts 3nt. VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 B"' ; 2 Ac. Hwy. payment large reduction.

buster movie pro lector, 2 old trunks -' 125. 49000. *COMMERCIAL ACREAGE In city great Investment property.
metal port. sewing machine, watch Raalf or/Bulldar 4737060Large -3 .ACRES: $11.000; 10 ACRES *5 AC.: lake Butler, good location, only 13750.
repair bench, fold top desk Garcia fish .--. .. .. .. 22000.

locator lounger w/ foot stool. ,I variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of BradfordCo. 4.87 ACRES:Well. Mptlctank, 17x35 Susan Faulkner Reddish,REALTOR
3/21 Tolman pool fencsd/cross-fenced. 964-404
4681340. Itpd Sales Maneger Evenings .
COLOR TVi $99 and "p. Next to Starke A few Duplex 4 Triplex Lof. No septic tank mounds paved 24000. REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

Truck Stay, south of Stark. 964-8212.' roods Our community water systems. Own.r financing .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500. Faulkner 964-S142 Ell..Johns S33-1816

11/24 tin ,from $3950. Central to Gainesville; Jacksonville Palatka and -5 Act Pv'd frntg. $12,500. Rex Slemer 473-2120 Suzanne Kitchens......7630
170 LIFETIME MOTOR HOME 24 ft.good, Starke. 120 Ac.: Cov'd In pines. Bob Matthews'''.7211 Lou Young....712.
condition. Some work needed. $4500.' -50 Ac.: $50,000.

Call 964-4756 after 6 p.m. Anytime on r- .3 BR, 1 BA: Country. $25.500. Wamer164.4992COMMERCIALRESIDENTIAL
LAWN MOWERS and used parts. Boat .Beautiful wooded single family homeslter pav.d i' SERVICE STATION $40,000 Rentals Available
and motor. 368 N. Cherry St. "' .sn7.: } Carol Warner.REALTOR ASSOC.
,. l orl VJ1 road with community water. One acre. and;:'m'ore. from (904)) 782.3931 Property Management Division

>I"'A,i6F4 MAT PUMPi i .OE. 'PhOtI.' .'$6,950.00. Excellent terms. : w. I P.O. Drawer ..--.-- ._ ----- --.........
J. .. 301 __
964-5129 after 6 p.m. Price negotiable.. lawtey
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Tornados Roll...

The BUS Tornado baseball team has one of the stronger squads In the

area with players like Brian Whitehead pitching In relief (above right),
leading hitter Tony Diggs (number 7 at top middle) who Is slugging the
ball at an outstanding .405 pace, second leading hitter Hal Wood (shown
pitching at bottom middle) who Is batting at a .372: pace, slugger Mike

r ,! Chappell (far left at bottom) who has three home runs so far this season,
and leading pitcher Doug Samons (shown making a play at second at far
top left). .
The Tornados have one of their biggest games today when they travel
to Green Cove Springs to take on the Blue Devils, defending District 8

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"" : fIO' ""-, NOTICE OF told detendont to sanity 1985 between 11 with the trance of the Bradford
"''f' )1"-. .. 'I ; a '.' April respect to proposed NOTICE Is hereby given
: .. : .. .. SHERIFF'S SALE the aforesaid Execution. a.m. and 2 p.m. ordinance. County Courthouse at that on Monday March
Notice Is hereby given DOLPH E. REDDISH GILBERT S. BROWN h PATRICIA ANN HAYES Stork., Florida. 25, 1985, at 10:00 o'clock
that I, Dolph E. Reddish BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF SAID COURTBy CITY CLERK >'" Doted March 6. 1985. A.M. the t?
as sheriff of Bradford Fla. Fay. N. Whlteheod 1tchg3/21 Richard L. Cox Jr.
County, Florida under 3/21 .tchg./11 Deputy Clerk United States Marshal Gator Frelghtways, Inc.
and by virtue of Writ of 3/214tchg 4/11 Middle District will sell at public auction
Execution to-wll: --- Of Florida for cash at 2175 Commonwealth
Tornados Hit Road Execution Issued out Ave,

of County Court of Brad --- --- Dorothea Beane Jacksonville, Flo., one
ford County pursuant to I Assistant United lot of vacuum cleaners,

a Final Judgment for NOTICE UNITED STATES States. Attorney consigned to Klrby

FLORIDA BANK and NATIONAL against ARTHUR Notice I. h.r.by given DISTRICT COURT Attorney for Plaintiff Worth Vacuum(Pro.Center 03-416696 take
For Game With
Big D. THORNTONAND FOR IN THE BRADFORD CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT that 1985 on at Monday 10:00'o'clock April 1. MIDDLE FLORIDA DISTRICTOF 3/14 4tchg 4/4 dtd. 1/21/85)); and on.

MARILYN S. lot of boat .
FLORIDA AM., the undersigned, JACKSONVILLE DIV. tops consigned
THORNTON defendants.In CIVIL DIVISION GATOR FREIGHTWAYS --- to Import Odoro ftuls,
the amount of CASE NO. 85.2 INC., will sell at public COURT NO. NOTICEI Miami, Fla. (Pro.
$1,639.29 plus Interest auction for cash at 2175 84571CIVJI2UNITED 14-536333-10/12/84)) to.atl.fy

Clay Blue Devils together .with costs ofcollection. COMMUNITY STATE Commonwealth Av., I will not be responsible freight' and

Have seized and haveIn BANK Jacksonville, Fla., one STATES OF for anyone's debts storage charges, under
... the OF STARKE Plaintiff. lot of furniture (sofas) AMERICA other than my own. the provisions of Section4b
my vs (Freight No.P11.004470.1) Plaintiff, WALTER SWINDELL ( ) of Uniform Standard
Throwing strikes, Tornado senior BHS had to score six times in the following described per.tonal JOHNNIE B.THOMPSON )) consigned vs 3/1.2tpd 3/21 Bill .Lading.,,
,', 'hurler Doug Samons pitched a no- sixth to break up a pitching dual bet I9S2 property Ford Fairmont to-wJt:?, AIMA i".J.i, THOMPSON.. ..*to; Beoumorfc.; Miami,," WILLIAM JEFFERSON ? '':;';'A''I' -.Oata.'r.lghtwCII.lnc.Carrl. .
hitter against Baldwin Jast Thurs ween Tornado hurler Doug Samons 1.0." No. SEARS.! ROEBUCK AND Florida, to satisfy freight SYLVIA E. JEFFERSONand .-
day, March 14, then came back witha and Union High's Kevin Shealy. ABP21B9CA121836 COMPANY HI and storage charges, PAMELA C. JEFFERSON PUBLIC NOTICE 3/14 2tchg 3/21
three-hitter Monday afternoon Only run scored until the sixth wasa os the property of the NEIGHBOR ENTERPRISES.INC. und.r the provisions of ,
against Union High of Lake Butler. long home home run by Tornado above named defendantand .. d/b/a HI Section 4 (b) of Uniform Defendants. The annual election of
Then, with an opportunity to raise Mike Chappell, who leads the team that on Monday the WHOLESALE Standard Bill of Lading. officers of the Santa Fe
their record to 10-3, a lackadasical ,with three round trippers. 15th day of April 1985 GATOR FREIGHTWAYS Cemetery Association Is
Tornado nine went down 9-4 Brad- Samons off I INC.. set for Thursday March
2:00 said
on just coming a no- at : p.m. on day BARNETT BANK OF Notice Is hereby given BRADFORD COUNTY
ford Field Tuesday night. Freshman hitter against Baldwin, did another on the premises of the JACKSONVILLE. N.A.. Carrier that pursuant to a Final 28. at 7:30 p.m., at the FLORIDA
hurler Chad Reddish was the loser. outstanding job on the mound says Bradford County Jail. I STATEWIDE COLLECTION 3/21 2tchg 3/28 Judgment entered on City Hall In Hampton FL, CIVIL CASE NO.8550CA .

Coach Hartley. In his last 21 innings will offer for sale and CORPORATION. ED. February 21, 1985 by the according to Sylvia .Hall
BUS 7 Baldwin 0 Samons has allowed only two runs, sell to the highest bidder WARD S. TRUPPMAN. --- above entitled Court In secretarytreasurer.Nomination for ..

Samons, 5-2 with a very respectable and only one was earned. For the for cash In hand the. M.D.. Trustee, and RANDY the above styled cause, trustees may be made IN RE: The Marriage of:
1.23 earned run average, was night against VHS Samons gave up above described property MILLER in his capacity the undersigned United from the floor.Current ERNEST LEE BATES Husband
in complete control of Baldwin, three hits struck out eight, and of said defendant to as Executive Directorof NOTICEOF States Marshal or any of trustees of the .
allowing only one runner to reach second walked only to one. satisfy the aforesaid Ex the D.partm.nt ofRevenue INTENTIONTO his duly authorized Santa Fe Cemetery and
base in a 7-0 shutout of Baldwin ecution. Defendants. REGISTER deputies will sell the Association are JohnComp.n. MARY FRANCES BATES
Upcoming Games.... Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff FICTITIOUS NAME property situate in Bradford Wife.
High. BHS goes to Green Cove to take on Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to Section County Florida W. H. Gunter
heck of R. O. Simmons William
"Doug pitched a a game ,
; district 3/214tchg 4/11 865.09. Florida Statutes,
defending described NOTICE OF
champions Clay as: ACTIONTO
says BHS Coach Mike Hartley. notice Is Melton and Sylvia Hall.
Samons has pitched well all season High at 4 p.m. today (Thursday, NOTICE Is hereby that the h.r.by given PARCEL 7: A parcel of 3/14 2tchg 3/21
March 21.) --- given that pursuant to undersigned land In the EV4 of NEVi of : ERNEST LEE BATES
and he is
not to beat himself
going BETTY ra
Final JAMES DILTS SE'/i of NE'/4 Address Unknown.
Next Tuesday, March 26, BHS the Judgm.nt of Section ---
because he throws strikes 623
Hartley travels to Hawthorne for a 7 NOTICE OF entered In case number Pinewood Stark., 28, Township 6 South YOU ARE HEREBY
points out. game. p.m. SPECIALELECTION 65-2. In the Circuit Court Florida joint owners doIng Range 22 East In the City IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTIFIED that an action
The Tornado nine scored two runs Next for Bradford County business und.r the of Stark., Bradford THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL for dissolution of marriage .
in the first on one hit,a single by Hal to Friday, March 29, BHS goes Florida I will sell the firm name of THE BOOT County Florida; sold CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR and other relief
Wood. In the third John David Fran- Keystone Heights for a 7 p.m. NOTICE IS HEREBY property situated In STORE 'STARKE SHOE parcel being more par BRADFORD COUNTY has been filed againstyou

cis reached base on an error and game. GIVEN that the Town ofBrook. Bradford County REPAIR. 120 E. Call St., ticularly described as FLORIDA In the abovestyled'Court
scored the third Tornado run. ., will hold a Florida described as: Slarke, Fla...32091. In follows: and you ore required
Leading Hitters... tend to said fictitious CASE NO. 84-609-CA
Special Election for the A parcel of land containing to serve a copy of
BHS put'the game out of reach Tony Diggs, with 17 hits in 42 at- Office of Town Marshalon 9.5 acres, more name under the Commence at an Iron your written defenses, if
with three more runs. With two out bats leads the BHS nine at the plate Tuesday May 21, or less, lying In the NE'/. aforesaid statute. pipe located at the SE WILLIAM R. ALDERMANand any. to It on TERENCE M.
and noone on junior Mike Chappellhit with a :405 average. 1985. Candidates may of the NE'of Section 34 Dated this 18th day of 'corner of said E'/i and ELMO G. ANDER- BROWN ESQUIRE

a long home run to right center. Hal Wood, with 16 hits in 43 at- qualify for this office Township 6 South Range March 1985 In Bradford run North 0 degrees, 06 MAN. his wife Terence M. Brown P.A.,
Then a walk to Jerry Roebuck and bats, his hitting ::372. Mike Chappel, from Monday. April 1 22 East Bradford County County. minutes and 09 seconds Plaintiffs, Post Office Drawer 40
three consecutive singles by Gerald with 13 hits in 43 at-bats, is hitting through Saturday. April Florida. Sold parcel 3/214tchg 411NOTICE East along the Easterly vs Stark., Florida 32091, on
Brown, Jason Polk, and Todd 6. 1985. at Town Hall being more particularly boundary thereof 27.74f..t KENNETH W. FORD and or before 9 April 1985.
McLeod accounted for the final two :349.Diggs has scored 18 runs and has during usual business described a. follows: --- to an Intersectionwith BONNIE I. FORD his and file the original with
Tornado runs. stolen 19 bases, and leads the RBI hours. Comm.nc. at the NE an Easterly prolongation wife PUBLISHING GAINESVILLE SUN the Clerk of this Court,
department with 9. has LINDA ROBINSON corner of said NE'/i- OF of the Northerly COMPANY either before service on
BUS 7 UIIS 1 scored 13 runs and stolen Chappel 8 bases. TOWN CLERK NEVi and run N 68'38'W. OF boundary of the R/W HELEN GERALD C.J. KIVETT KIVETT and his the above-named attorney -
3/212tchg3/2 along the North.rly PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF of Thomas Street; thence or Immediately
boundary thereof 798.00 AN ORDINANCE South 89 degrees, 35 wife thereafter otherwise a
'..,. Thence S 143E. > BY THE CITY OF minutes and 16 seconds Defendants. default will be entered
BHS Tornadoes
Lady 45.55 feet to a concrete HAMPTON FLA. West along said Easterly against you for the relief
--- monument located on prolongation 16.96 feetto NOTICE OF demanded In the Peti

\ the Southerly boundaryof No. 85.1 0 concrete monument PUBLIC SALE tion.
the ROW of Stat.Road located at the Intersection WITNESS my hand and
Find 230 for POB. From FOB Notice I I. hereby given of said Northerly Notice Is hereby given official seal of this Courton
The Going Rough NOTICE OF thus described, continueS that on April 9, 1985.at 7 boundary with the that pursuant to the Final this 25th day of
SHERIFF'S SALE I.'"' E. 765.00 feet, p.m., the City Council of Westerly boundary Judgment of Foreclosure February.1985.
Notice Is hereby given mar. or .less, to the Northerly the City of' Hampton. the R/W.of Old Lawtey entered In. the Circuit GILBERT BROWN
Coming ,off'a five game losing around. Back in Class 2A play, they that I I. DOLPH E. REDDISH boundary of the Florida, In regular.. Road; thence North 0 Court of the Eigth I' ,a. :Clerk of the Court
Judicial Circuit and fat
streak, the girl softbaUers of Brad- should have more success Slater as sheriff of Bradford ROW of a graded county sion to be held at the City degrees, 10 minutes and In By: Beulah Mood
ford High hope to get back on track says. County Florida road, commonly known Hall, Hampton 31 seconds East along Bradford County, .
tonight when they host Clay High In The coach says Kay Allen is doinga under and by virtue of as Wilson Rood. Thence Florida, will consider the said Westerly boundary No.Florida.H4-609-CA.Civil Action Case S TERENCE M. BROWN
Writ of Execution to-wit In a Northwesterly direction following Ordinance 278.58 feet to an Iron on ESQ. ,
a 4:30 : on
p.m. game at the Edwards good job at first base and batting. I will sell the
-d Complex in Starke. Stacy Redding is the team's leading Execution Issued out along last aforesaid .. third reading and pipe for Point of begin April 1985 described 'TERENCE M. BROWN '
following property P.A.Attorneys.
of County Court of Northerly boundary propo..d ing. From Point of Begin.
Attei the hitter. Marla possagether.of.
/inning season Reddish is doing an and
opener, Alachua lying being for Wife
County. Florida 670.00 feet, more or ping thus described continue
the current 1-6 BUS nine has lost five outstanding job at shortstop. Cindy situate In Bradford County
"pur.uant to Final the Westerly North 0 2/284fchg 3/21
q Judgment less, to ORDINANCE NO. 85.1AN degrees,
straight, but including three games Strickland is playing well in leftfield for ASSOCIATES boundary-of said NE / ORDINANCE 10 minutes and 31 Florida to wit: ........
:I to Class 3A schools. Tammy Lynn has been pit SV4 ofSE !. of NW '/ .
FINANCIAL SERVICESCO. of NE '/i thence N N7'W GRANTING TO FLORIDA seconds East along ..aldW.It.rly NOTICEOF
,I ; ,
BHS lost M to Santa Fe here Tues ching well the last three and Section 21, Townshlp.7South
games OF FLORIDA, INC.. along sold Westerly POWER a LIGHT COMPANY .boundary., INTENTION
I day night. March 19. BHS gave up 7 athe team is gaining confidence in and against ARNOLD C. boundary 940.64 feet to ITS SUCCESSORSAND 79.29 feet to an Iron Range 22 East. TO REGISTER
I runs in the first inning. BUS outhit her even through the losses, Coach: BRICE JR.and SUSAN M. the Southerly boundaryof ASSIGNS AN ELECTRIC plpe.-thence South 89 EXCEPT any portion FICTITIOUS NAME
i Santa Fe 15-12. but errors cost Slater says.Upcoming. BRICE defendants In the the ROW of Stat. Rood FRANCHISE IMPOS-' degrees, 52 minute and within ROW of roads.

1 pointed out Coach Johh Slater. Patti.Bah amount of $1,440.23 plus 230. aforesaid; thence In ,ING PROVISIONS AND 37 ,seconds West 100.0 Said sold shall be at Pursuant to Section
') went 4-for-4 at the plate for Interest together with a Eo.t.rly .direction CONDITIONS RELATING feet to a concrete monument public sole to the highest 665.09 Florida Statute,,
Games... cost of collection. along 'said South.rly THERETO PROVIDINGFOR ; thence South 0 bidder for cash and In accardance notice Is hereby given
: ,Orange Park beat the BUS girls The BHS girls are heading into Have seized' and have boundary and along the MONTHLY degrees, 10 minute and with the that ,,the undersigned
1 9-4 last Friday. The Tornado girls four straight home games. In my possession the arc of a curve concave to PAYMENTS TO THE CITY 31 seconds West, aforedescrlbed Final Patty Curies and T.rl
played a good game over there, They host Clay High today (Thursday following described: per the North end having a OF HAMPTON AND parallel- with said Judgment Said sale Sapp. /.0. Box 1133,
1 Coach Slater says, but the OP bats March 21) at 4:30 p.m. at the sonal property to-tvlt" : radius of )1559.2 f.... PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE Westerly boundary shall be held of the Main. Storke,. Florida 32091.
J got hot in the fifth and sixth innings Edwards Road field. 1975 FORD PICKUP, .91... 'feet ae measured DATE 79.80 feet to an Iron (East) Door of the Bradford joint owners, doing
when they came up with 7 runs. 'Tomorrow (Friday March 22) I.D. No. FI3YNX01007. along a chord Having a Said proposed ordinance pipe;' thence North 89 County Courthouse,- 'business under the firm
j BHS got only two hits in being Gainesville Buchholz comes to A. the property of the bearing of S 88W55"I. may b. Inpeeled -. degree, 35 minute and In Starke. Florida at name of C a S
I I shutout 7-0 by Middleburg March 14.' Starke for a 4:30: at Ed- 'above named defendantand to the end of said curve. '. by the public at 16 second East parallel' 11:00: a.m.. Eastern Stan COURIORS P.O. Box
BHS made p.m. game that on Monday the Th.nc. S 89-501 E, along .City Hall, City,of Hampton with said Northerly dard Time, on the,5th. "33., Starke. Florida
is: errors at the wrong'time, wards Road.Next'Thursday. March 28 BHS 15th of April. 1985. at told Southerly boundary. ,' Florida, during the boundary, 100.0 feet to day of April. 1985.. ;3J091 Intends to
r' Coach Slater says. 2:00 p.m. on said day on 130.86 ,feel to the POI., hours .of 10 a.m'to 3 the Point of Beginning. register .sold fictitious
Buchholz beat BHS 10,the hosts Union High for a 4:30: game. -
worst the BROWN
premises of the Brad At public eole. to the p.m., Mondays;: GILBERT S. name under .the.
beating the girls have absorbed. Next Friday, March 29, BHS will ford County Jail I will of. highest bidder for cash Wednesdays and at public outcry to the 'CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT aforesaid statute,
'j: "We played terribly.". says. Coach host Keystone High for a 7 p.m. fer for sale and sell to at the front door of the 'I Fridays. highest and best bidder COURT Dated this 28th day of
1 J. Slater game at Edwards Road. It will be the highest bidder for Bradford County Cou,-:.,,', ;;All'1 int.n.ted'portl.' for cash at the hour of By Jacquelyn Eaves* February..A.D., In Bradford -
I All is not hopeless Coach Slater the only night home game for the cash In hand the above thouse, '" Starks 'May appear at the 12:00 noon on April! 17 Deputy, Clerk :. County.

says.*;'The ,,BIIS -girls '' will come team. described property. .of. Florida, on the 4th day..qf11 /,4r ;'',mggling and be heard 1985 at the'front door en 31142'chg 3/21.' 3/28 4tpd 9/21,'
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w" +11 ,1 rr Clay Electric Co-op officials expect a large crowd of over 3,500 people to
I v 1 i f swarm into the Keystone Heights area next week for their annual
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The big Co-op tentabove) will feature singing by the musical group
? "The Gold City Quartet" from Nashville Tenn. and speakers Including'
$ t ,, U.S. Representative Don Fuqua. .
= ,,, P Another big part of the day Inlcudes free chicken dinners and door

! c r 1 prizes to be given away at the end of the day.


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Keyj&taiw brBces..:foran: wp ctedccawdo :3fl 4' O; i1theillla Elect .w .orop'suiuu a il>:bs sh-- ....i I

Thirty-five hundred people are expected to attend the Clay Electric March 28 Program
Cooperative general meeting here next Thursday, March 28, under the Business Meeting Reconvenes..Angus Hastings President
"big top." \
The event is the annually one of the biggest crowd-drawers in the Invocation...Rev. Ken Vickery Pastor First United Methodist Church,
Keystone Heights area a old-fashioned bash that overflows the parkinglots 9A.M. Hawthorne
next to the Co-op headquarters while bringing smile to the faces of
local merchants.The Introduction of Board of Trustees and Management..Angus Hastings

day will consist of a free fried chicken dinner on the grounds for Meeting Called to Order..Angus Hastings President Board of Trustees President
members entertainment by a gospel singing group called Gold City
Quartet from Nashville, Tenn., special events and programs, and plentyof Invocation..Rev. W.M. "Bill" Wolfe S.... Pastor Oak Hill Baptist Introduction of Guests...Tommy Millican. General Manager
door prizes.Congressional. Church. Gainesville
Representative for District 2, Don Fuqua will be the Introduction of Special Guests..Wayne Hollingsworth Trustee
guest speaker. Certification of Notice of Meeting
Rep. Fuqua is a long time supporter of the rural electrification pro- Introduction of Speaker of the Day..Angus Hastings, President
gram and has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 1962. Determination of Quorum
Voting machines will be set up and the polls will open after candidatesfor Speaker of the Day..U.S. Rep., Don Fuqua (D)

Trustee positions for District 3, 5, and 7 are placed in nomination during Reading of Minutes
the opening session at 9 a.m. The four selected to run for the three Presentation of Pioneer<< Awards..Angus Hastings President

positions during the District meetings held in January and February are Candidates for Trustee as Selected by Members of Trustee Districts 3,
mcumbant Susan Reeves who is being opposed by Bill Gracy, Jr for the 5, and 7, Placed In Nomination Presentation of Emoloyee Awards..Floyd Gnann Vice President
District 3 position; and unopposed incumbants Zedra Hamilton, District '
5, and Wayne Hollingsworth District 7. Appointment of Tellers and Inspectors President's Remarks..Angus Hastings PresidentManager's
According to Ed Bennett; Director of Member and Public Relations at
the Coop "Efficient Use of Electric Energy" has been selected as the Business Meeting Recesses for Voting. Entertainment, Lunch Report..Tommy Millican General Manager
theme fur exhibits this year. 0
"This is the first time we have established a theme for our exhibits", Entertainment..The Gold City Quartet Unfinished Business
said Bennett. "Those selected for exhibits will provide our membershipwith New Business

information about products that are conducive to efficient electric Display area open and contains many fine exhibits providing valuable. information Benediction..Rev. "
Ken .
energy. They will range from high efficiency appliances to differenct on the efficient use of electricity. VIckery
types of insulation products."
of Prizes ;
Bennett said there should be a little over 20 displays, some to include Special Audlo/Vlsuallnrormation programs will be shown from 10 a.m. Drawing Door .
thermo windows and doors, efficient use of lighting, fans and heating and until 1 p.m. in the building adjacent to the exhibit area. Recess Until Polls Close .

air conditioning exhibits. -- --- ,...>-, '
Another new feature this year will be two audio-visual programs, one
that traces the development of the Clay Electric through today and the NOONFried 7 P.M.
other on the new Seminole Generating Electric Plant located in Palatka,
of which Clay Electric is a member-owner. '
According to Larry Home public relations, these programs, to be Report on Election Results..Angus Hastings President

shown between 10 a.m.1 p.m. will be located in a building adjacent to Chicken Luncheon..Prepared and Served by Clay Electric
the exhibit area. Signs will direct the public to the proper room and facili Employees Adjourn

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I Sterling : Starke Women's Club Antique Show more popular than -ev'r; I


This is itl I The third annual Spring Antique and Collectible Show with homemade pies, cakes and the popular Starke Strawberry'
and Sale of the Woman's Club of Starke opens at a special Shortcake! And if you care to "snack", a concession wagon will
preview reception and sale, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 21, at have hamburgers, hot dogs, and soft drinks.
the Bradford County Fairgrounds. Tickets for this early look at The show and sale, with the opening preview reception and
1 the forty-plus exhibits are $3 at the door. The reception will last sale, are going to be great-DON'T MISS IT! Your ticket is good
tl until 10 p.m., and is expected to attract many dealers, as well as for all three days of the show, so come often, view the exhibits,
serious collectors.The eat to your heart's content and ENJOY!l lassussaalltl _
show and sale will open at 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. on
Friday and Saturday, March 2223. On Sunday, March 24, the
0 show will be open from noon to 5 p.m. Tickets for these three days urh
are $1.50 at the door.
0 0_ There will be daily door prizes of silver, including a tray, water
Nu d pitcher, coffee carafe, and a five piece coffee and tea service,
i sl which is Sunday's grand prize. You need not be present to win.
You name it, and it will probably be on display at the show.
There will be sterling silver and costume jewelry, kitchenwareand
delicate laces books and depression glass toys and fur-
niture, beaded bags and old tools, paintings and clocks, all on
display for your enjoyment.
O The ladies ofJUtf Woman's Club of Starke have_been busyall
winter, making a varied assortment of hand-crafted items to'selfat
their "Strawberry Boutique"-needlework, miniatures, hand-
woven baskets, decorated t-shirta, "Gator" items, and a delec-
table array of cookies, brownies and sugared pecans for your at-
k tention. Chances on a "Cabbage Patch" doll will be available '

here The, too.good cooks at the Club, in conjunction with Oleeta Harden- ,: ; : _
brook, will tempt you with "dinner' to be served at noon daily. I IFriday's
wUl be chicken and rice will feature'
-- ,'''I--j __ "'1>II"''O'' '''' -----1i1I'IIIJiiPII entree Saturday 1
meatloaf with tomato gravy and Sunday (already an institution in i
Sterling Show... -- -*- many .beautiful items that will be on at the Itself) chicken tetrazzinl will be served.
This stunning silver collection Is one of the popular Starke Woman' Club Antique Show. you do not wish a full meal,soups sandwiches and "I'u
be offered as well,and the dessert booth will be over

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Firefighters set annual .

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Fund-raising events '7 F 4r fW4+AIRM' 4nttmAtltt a z6M1 tw.a

Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire tickets for the boat and trailer are $5
Department, Inc., being a non-profit each, one chance out of 500 to win this
organization, is selling donation fabulous boat and trailer. ra14d
tickets in their annual fund raising Our other 18 prizes are all on a $1
event. ticket. Chances to win 18 prizes from

The department needs your continued local merchants of ,values tickets.up to$50. One + apltlf t --.., ..,w ..+A'-j----, p
chance out 1,000
support this year as you have
Tickets sale now by the
are on
very generously given in past years.In HSVFD volunteers and women's aux- !1l\t"l:2\ : 'J.\
this short period of 1985, HSVFD
and will continue throughoutthe
Volunteers, have answered seven iliary .
theHSVFD's pi
Fair at
structured fires; 47 brush fires (en- ., J.""
for the -
booth. Drawings "'.....
dangering structures) two signal-4
; Grand Prize and the other 18 prizes
(vehicle accidents); 1 dumpster, and d,1y
evening, April
will be held Saturday
I false alarm. A total of 58 calls, with "
the dry season being an outstanding 13, at 10 p.m. w.f ,
boat and trailer be seen
The may
factor. But none of us are sure when, f
this Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. at w
where or who fire will victimize next. p n
Edwards Rd. Ballpark, after which it
HSVFD volunteers will respond to
will be at the HSVFD.
your call for HELP, as quickly as
do If you prefer not to purchase
humanly possible. To save time,
tickets but would like to help our
call ,
not call directly to HSVFD,
cause please send your donations to
Bradford County 9644161. We dependon
and definitely dependon HSVFD, c/o Terry McCarthy, P. O.
you you Box 342, Starke, 32091 No donation is
HSVFD. Win This Stump-knocker.

nocker Big grand boat complete prize is with a 12'galvanized Stump- too May small.we take this opportunity to Chief Engineer Harvey McCarthy of the lleilbronn Springs Volunteer for IIVFD, along with young Kenny Cooley, pose with the grand prize of

magic-tilt trailer, donated by Griffis publicly express our appreciation to Fire Department, with Joyce_Cooley, Chairman of the Ladies Auxiliary the fund-raiser this good-looking bass boat.
&Sons Fiberglass of Starke. Donation each.of you who nave donated gifts.;

Sante Fehunting



By Anne II.Sponholti : ,
Plans are now underway by the cT
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish ,
Commission to designate approx--
imately 450 acres of uplands in the
Santa Fe Swamp as a wildlife and en-

vironmental area. .
In October 1984 Georgia Pacific
deeded 5,316 acres of the swamp to
the Water Management District
which has turned the management of
the swamp over to the Game Commis- FAMILYDISCOUNT

sion.According to Art Stockle, regional
biologist with the Game Commission,.
the proposal for the hunting area in
the Santa Fe Swamp calls for it to be
classified as a wildlife and en-
vironmental area. Unlike Type 1 hun
ting areas such as Camp Standing or
Type 2 areas such as Buckeye
.Cellulose, this classification, said

Stockle hunting,area.would create a very unique v I, (

Stockle said that the proposal sug-
gests that a wildlife management per-
mit would not be required, and this
area would be a primitive weapons,
still hunt area. If approved, Stockle ,
said, this means that bows and m
muzzleloaders would be permitted

during the. appropriate seasons, the' .. ,
use hunting dogs would be pro-
'hjbUul) and there would be no QuotasM /
*\ Stack pontSotitthere) Is very'poor' ,, '
access to the swamp,and there would :
probably be only one point of entry ,
which would be locked during off .
seasons. "The proposal calls for this
hunting area to be much like the one
presently in operation at Raiford,"
I said Stockle."It .
is going to be very difficult to
manage, however, because the f 4 i a
peripheral lands of the swamp are I II I Is. I I
owned by ITT which leases their
lands to hunting clubs which permitthe
use of modern weapons and
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Local camps offer opportunitiesBy .N (al.
t: 4 k t vk t= '
Linda Wharton LRM Editor stainless steel kitchen adjoins the !
dining hall as does the canteen
Spring time finds Bob and Joyce where campers can buy T-shirts.
Hodge anxious to spread the warm- candy and cold drinks during the
ing news of their summer camp program day.There
at the North Florida Christian is also a vespers area
Service Camp located here in the overlooking Lake Johnson where
midst of this lake region. evening devotions are held.
They say that many of the people Facilities also include public : t
of Keystone Heights and the sur- restrooms and showers, four ,
rounding area are unaware of the teaching shelters and areas for
facilities they have or the Christian recreational vehicle hookups.Mrs. : r
youth programs offered during the Hodge, who is in charge of : rS
summer months: the camp kitchen, says the camp
The Keystone site off CR-214 on receives commodities through the .
the shores of Little Lake Johnson, is Federal program and this helps
just one of four camps in the state keep the camp tuition fees down.
that are supported by 36 Christian "And we have good meals. If kids 1
Churches located throughout are happy with the food, they aregenerally
Florida. happy with everything,"
One camp, the Tri-State Christian she said.

Camp serves is located Georgia in,the Alabama panhandleand and $40 Cost if registration per camper is for made one week before is r "" ..._. -".... ,.,... ""' .......

Florida. Another, the Lake Aurora June 1. A special "trip" camp will ', 1 !
Christian Assembly, is located in probably run around $65 this year. r ev / 1
Central Florida and the South Besides the regular weekly sessions r s
Florida camp is called Gold Coast that are adapted to various agegroups r
Christian Camp. there are two special camp-
"We would like to see Keystonearea ing weeks a Wilderness Camp and
young people get more involvedin the Trip Camp. a;

our program here," said Hodge. During the Wilderness camping .ir y 1 _____ .. .. ,
rough it by --- m" --- --- -
In an effort to do this Bob and his experience, campers
wife Joyce make themselves sleeping in tents and doing their own Summer Camp Set...

available to area churches to come cooking there on the camp grounds.The of Summer Camp Director Bob lodge stand next to the pool facilities he The pool is just one of the many recreational activities offered by I
Trip Camp
and tell their "camp story. away-from-camp excursion which and his wife. Joyce are busy preparing for another busy Summer Camp camps in the lake region area during the warmer season. Preparing for
the Although Christian the Church camp,is its supported curriculumis by takes them to pre-designated and season. the influx of campers is always a full time job, according to Hodge.

IIOn- nominational. The camp out-of-state spots like, for example
program combines religious, social Stone Mountain.On .
and physical aspects for a well June 1,an open house is being LOW BACK PAIN
rounded curriculum.There is a ratio planned for the public. People are
of one counselor to six or eight requested to bring their own picnic
campers and most counselors are on lunch. Canoes and recreational NOTICE : .
a volunteer basis provided by equipment will be made available.On fuller
member churches. May 4 their will be Kid's Day
During camp sessions there is a for grades three through seven at a
nurse on duty at all times and the cost a $2 per child. The weekend of ChiropracticCenter
camp doctor, Dr. J.W. Patray, a May 10-11 there will be a Junior High B&M Starter & Generator Co. Int.
Keystone physician is on call Youth Retreat.
24-hours-a-day. "We are set to han Regular camp sessions will begin
dle emergencies," said Hodge. June 16 through 21 with a Senior Will not be undersold
The Keystone area facility con High Camp for grades ten through Same Day Emergency Appt. by
sists of 32 acres, some of which
borders Lake Johnson. There are 12.June 23-28 is the Middle I Camp for Complete FamilyChiropractic
two dormatories that will confor- grades four and five. Then on June Care anyone on any automotive
; tably sleep 60 campers. There is a 30 to July 3 is the Scamp Camp for and
; large activity building, caned the campers just entering the third Workers Compensation
Dottle Shaw Building, which has a grade. auto injuries accepted. starter or alternator. Bring us
full size basketball court and a full July 7-1215 'uib atop,gradessix
size stage. It is equipped with four through seven; July 14-19,Junior
carpet ball games a four-square High Camp, grades 8-9; July 21-26 TREATMENT OF: your best price and will
court ping pong tables and various Wilderness Camp, ages 11-14; July Headaches, Low Back Pain, we
other games. 28 through Aug. 2, Middler II Camp
l No swimming is allowed in the grades 4-5 and Trip Camp, 15 years Neck & Arm Pain Numbness & beat it.
lake but an over sized 70,000 gallon and up. Tingling CALL TODAY
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August 4-9 is Junior II
shallow end
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sessions, the pool is guarded During camp by a Canoe Camp, grades 6-7; and Aug RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C. \
23-25 is
certified life guard. Family Camp. _
Other outdoor facilities include A Woman's Retreat will be held 473-7213
ban. and Men's Retreat is set % Corner of! Washington &.Ch r .StreC % Starke
lfet4a for both Softball and Sept 20-21 a 'S. ...:Mi-. lJlfjjv :;:, -- .;, .
yoUeyball,, .an obstacle ctourse?:and-';, tk.
..f laitH for boating and fishing." ':*, :. 11-12-I'I'! '! """ ': 'I'." ? : Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights
The camp dining haD has recently for more information about the Mon.-Fn.:9f>6:00-, 964-5274
been remodeled lowering the ceiling camp contact Bob and Joyce Hodge Weekends, Eveni gs 473 7894 A -.
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Clinic Moves to Permanent Site ,'",."'

March 10 was a big day for thePcple The full-time employee is the administrative Although the Clinic's main thrust has been about 3-4 percent of the ,
at the
ACORN (Alachua staff member whose is in preventive health care,they are they treat.
County Organization for Rural main duties include fund raising, qualifIed to handle emergency cases The first ACORN Clinic was .
Needs Brooker Clinic on SR-231 just south of publicity and delivering health care. to the extent of enabling patient] to located in a building ir LaCrosse ''i ..
they celebrated coming in- The Clinic has nine volunteer be transported to a hospital. where the city donated until Ii
to their own by moving onto their physicians, all licensed by the state Anyone Is eligible to be treated at 1W9 when the space was needed.space The j '. .
own land from rental property near- and all currently in private practice. ACORN. The Clinic uses a sliding Clinic was then relocated to a trailer :i \'
by.ACORN The Clinic's medical director is Dr. scale of fees, meaning that the fees on CR-231 where they rented the I' \
was established in 1973 Charles Williams who Is director of charged for services depend on the land.. ;, ') 1
providing social and community services health services at Sunland. He per- financial need of the person receiv- ACORN then found the opportunity "/ '"
not health care. The health forms as a consultant to the nurse on ing the services. The fees are low, to buy three acres of land from
care aspect of ACORN was not duty at the Clinic and is available to however, and ACORN is prepared to .one community resident who was ii/i'1
begun until 1976. her by phone from 8-5 each day and absorb the fees of people who are :
ACORN is backed by private agencies one Tuesday evening a month in per- determined to be completely in- See .
and individuals with the United son. capable of paying. In the past this Health... page 7.k
Way of Alachua County and six chur- )
ches in Gainesville as their major
providers, it is not subsidized by i'Ii\
federal or state funding. The '
Westminster Presbyterian Churchof 1".j 1"\\ \'",
Gainesville and its minister, Dr. J "
Glen Dixon, are given most of the //.j
credit for the success of the Clinic
"If the congregation didn't con- $ .... ';:i" <
tribute directly then the minister .J1 j>-" .-: : ''iJ.I.\; \': ,:. .,' .. "
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found ,." ,
outside ,,
sources said the !I : > ;' ,j.\rn I" j' "
Clinic's Sandra Prater. ::!! jE[ _.__ ._ .;;. i1j!(' { \ "J';1; t\/\/ it"\'f"I.\l J i ", '.
been able to obtain ,
I M"I II&III IiII ':iI.'i': ;D::,\fWi.'i\ ;(; ;;? !)" i :! t" '
here and
grants there, she said, and '
''I : ';"'./'l1t\\/' f't.I } !;}:.'
was also able to obtain most of their j ;- \',: ,', ',,\ ";...',,.IJ', ,1'1).l. ",,.",,,, .. .,' ,'" .
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equipment and mobile homes for of- .! ,' \ "; ,, '
fices through donations. Due to i, ,"';t;; ; ; \. :" "!:" '
charging "- ,l: ; ''j .v.\.r. :, .
economically disadvantaged .
people small rates for health "t'r/, j'\ri1, :,'""" ,,., .
the Clinic o, \ ;'". .
care doesn't take In t \! \ "'
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enough to support itself. :ll '>-
Its operating budget in 1984 was :
$42,000-$43,000 and composed of sup- "
port from the United Way, Medicaid ', I f"
and Medicare payments and private : ;.
fundraismg. r'.o -9hIMtiqur lqP s 4r

The Clinic's founding purpose was ,,\. ',"
to aide the rural poor in ways that "! H't ..
form and maintain self- 4... .: -. ,1 i ';,.','
determination, and that is still a ma- i'iIK. '.:.
''''if''' '
jor part of its philosophy.It New Location of ACORN Clinic... ': ;'
started small
staffedd com- .
pletely by volunteers until 1980. It The ACORN Clinic has moved Its offices in these 11" '
permanent building instead of the mobile homes, but ., I'i ::,
_- now has one full-time and two halftime mobile homes to a new location near Brooker. that Is far down the road. '
employees, the largest paid The Clinic personnel now are working on getting a ,:,'E\.;":"" .
staff ACORN has ever had ',11"",,, ,,'",,

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A. MONEIM RAMADAN, MD :,ill: :'.': '.'i".
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Hand and Plastic Microsurgery

Styles GwendolynNWlSth'St. ...takes pleasure in announcing the arrival of his l'j {

(Rd. 225 Lawtey associates Owen B.K. Osborne, MD and Ian W. Rogers ii!
MD, with experience and interest in microsurgery, hand i I 1' ;, .. ,. ,

782-3666 surgery, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive generall ,.,,, ''iII.f t"" )'tl''''('i;>,>:.aI'I>'I}, _,.\\I\" :.." "I''r" \ : ". J,." ,
plastic surgery. .' ( I \.r i\1\\1! ; :'::",,:;" i,,; 'F'"
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March 26 & 27 .1< ':\ '(\ : 1)f\I': :: \ >" 11
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Location Celebrated... personnel to move to a permanent site and the actual.4 !- handle on the purchase of the land.

Many people attended the open house celebration on The Clinic Is dedicated to providing the needs of the
March 10 at the ACORN Clinic's new location Just In
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( page SA) The next goal on the agenda will -
be acquiring a permanent structure. -
willing work out the financing in Prater gives a great deal of creditto 1 Introductory Offer From --
terms ACORN could meet. Dr. Glen Dixon, who has workedas
In the past two years, the Clinic treasurer for ACORN since the Key Business Services

has made some big improvements beginning. "He does a lot more than Starke.782.3949 Gainesville 377-0944
including hiring more staff and mov- just take care of the money. He Is the A -
ing to their own land. One imporve- glue that has held it all together," DATA PROCESSING PAPER '29.3O
ment involved upgrading the said Prater. Gr..n Bar 14 7/S x 11 1/2 (IS Ib.) Coo of 2,600
scheduling procedures which had
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done a beautiful Job, said ACORN holds a child care clinicon m
Prater, but they Just couldn't do as Monday afternoons and a medical Ia MANY OTHER STYLES AND FORMATS AVAILABLECopy
regular a a full-time clinic is held Tuesday evenings.A rI .' ..
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in she had envisioned other counties are eligible primarily
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rock truck was hit headon by a Dear Friends:
trailer which became separatedfrom We ore all affected by the high cost of living today We wont to do our best tohelp.
the vehicle which was towing It .
on Madison Street in Starke. In order for more people to afford needed treatments, we are offering cost-Ire*
A 1975 Magi, driven by Phyllis X-ray (when needed) until December 31. 1985, as well as reduced office visit
Ardelle Cuartero of Jacksonville fees.
was eastbound on SR-100. towing a Just clip this ad, call to make your appointment and you will receive the ear.
trailer made out of the bed of a truck you need.
which came loose as the vehicle pull- Sincerely,

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driven by Gerald R. McKit-
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Raiford Man ArrestedFor Damage to the Ford pickup was Starke Man ArrestedFor recognizance,with the stipulation he ;,
listed as $4,000, damage to the stay away from the victim. > "
Sexual BatteryA Chevrolet was $3,000 and damage to Battery, AffrayA : '
43-year-old Raiford man was arrested the Ford sedan, driven by Wallace 25-year-old Starke man was arrested Bruce Edwin Hopkins of Starke ; )lI
and charged with Sexual bat- Wise of Starke, was $2,000. and charged with battery, was arrrested March for trespass, ... .
according to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson.
criminal mischief and
affray. '"
and lewd assault on a
teruy Arthur Bruce Norris was arrested Hopkins was charged with sleepingin
childunder the of 16.
John Vincent age McKinney was arrested Lawtey Man Arrested March 17 on a capias for the charges a building on Lake St. without per- ,
mission. Bond was set at $500 he
resulting from 1984 and 1985
Causes DisturbanceA arrests
March 15 on the charges, according -
to Investigator David according to Deputy John Tilley. was released onhis own
Aderholt. Bond for each charge was 57-year-old Lawtey man was arrested Bond was set at $1,000, he was recognizance.
releasedon in Starke for causing a distur- released on his own recognizance. NOW $4.00 OFF!
set at$5,000,McKinney was bance. Deborah H. Collins, 20, of Tampawas
his own recognizance. arrested March 16 for
William Raymond Valentine was driving
arrested March 17 at the Citco Food Minor AccidentOn while license suspended, accordingto 20 STUDIO QUALITY
Mart and charged with disorderly US-301 in StarkeA Lt. William Tillotson.Active war-
Starke Man
Injured intoxicated, according to PatrolmanW. rants from Pinellas County for driving COLOR PORTRAITS 8
3 Vehicle CollisionA C. Reno. 1984 Mercury, northbound on while license suspended and failing Our Reg,
Bond was set at$75 for the charge, US-301, was struck by a 1979 Pontiac to pay fine,asked she be held for TWO 8x10 THREE 5x7 15 WALLET SIZE. 12.95
Starke man was injured Monday which was pulling from a parking lot
sheriff's accordingto
Valentine was released on his own that department,
afternoon when his truck Everyone Welcome BABIES, CHILDREN ADULTS, FAMILIES
pickup onto the highway at 5:05: p.m. March Investigator David Aderholt.
recognizance. 95C Deposit Balance $8.00. Poses our selection. Special effects poses
struck another pickup on SR-16 :
15. Total bond was$513 in BC and$830 in extra. Limit: One subject. $1.00 each additional subject in
which had to make left package per
stopped a to the Pontiac, driven by
Damage PC. Collins released her
was on own portrait. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Satisfaction guaran
turn, according to Trooper W. D. Martha Crawford Green of Lawtey, all .
Both Drivers CitedIn recognizance on charges. teed. Satin-textured finish at no extra charge.FK7
Langston. was $1,500. Damage to the Mercury, .
Bernard Jacobsen, 59, suffering Union AccidentBoth driven by Charles Franklin King of ,_ Xifc about ou'N"viJtCi: 3-bJmen; loni .('Portrait* l
from internal injuries, was Starke, was $800, according to
transported to Bradford Hospitalthen drivers were cited in an acci- Patrolman Paul Rhoden. 837
to Alachua General Hospital by dent on SR-100 in Lake Butler March Misdemeanor Court
Rescue 60, according to Paramedic 14, according to Trooper D. C. Recent ArrestsIn Appearing in Bradford County f S. Walnut St.
I. Mike Sanders and EMT Nelson Roberts. 'Court on the misdemeanor calendar
I Green.Jacobsen's condition is listedas Jeffrey Reginald Joseph of Miami, Bradford CountyJames March 4 was only one defendant who Family Centers
satisfactory, according to a driving a 1979 International truck received final disposition. A HOUSEHOLD
was westbound on SR-100 approaching Lee Aldridge was arrested Manuel ..Co. INTERNATIONAL COMPANY"
hospital spokesperson. M. Hilliard, failure to Copyright 1984.TG&Y 510.
March 17 for battery and burglary,
A 1979 Chevrolet ,driven a 1978 Ford pickup from &
pickup by carry exhibit fur bearers license'produced
the rear. The pickup slowed to makea according to Patrolman Paul IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIVING
Leroy Olive, Jr., 59, of Starke, was valid license was ordered
Rhoden. Bond set at $2,000.
eastbound on SR-16 at the Starke city right turn on NW 7th Ave. and was was to $25 cost.
limits and had stopped to make a struck in the right side by the truck. Aldridge was released on his own 4 DAYS ONLY! SAVE THIS AD!
left turn. Jacobsen, in a 1983 Ford There were no injuries in the acci- I Wednesday through Saturday
pickup, failed to see the stopped dent to either driver or the two year- BRADFORD COUNTY:
vehicle. Jacobsen braked in an at- old passenger in the pickup truck. 70 Acres Old Farm House & Barn I March 20, 21, 22 & 23
tempt to stop but struck the Driver of the pickup was Paula 45 Acres in Timber Dally 10 a.m.- to 8 p.m.Community.
Chevrolet in the rear. The Chevy Hurst Bennefield,27, of Lake Butler,
cited for child restraint. Bob Mathews, Realtor Assoc.
pickup was pushed across the road- was no -.
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I Hearn Confesses to ]Feb. Murder of Starke ManA .. .1

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admitted to investigators cousin of Debra A. Banister, wife of and\ Alachua Counties and the state to obtain a warrant for Hearn's arrest killing all three victims. has ever been Involved with
that he killed Starke the victim. He has been a suspect office have followed as well
resident Attorney's as a warrant for Black's Sheriff Dolph Reddish anticipates said Reddish. Investigators Denton
February John 2. Joseph Banister on since that time, according to In- Jtearn's trail since the Feb.2 killing husband, Robert Black for hiring murder warrants on Hearn in the and Clark have done an outstanding
vestigator Don Denton. in Bradford County.The investiation Hearn to kill his wife. Bradford County death of Banisteras the
John Job putting puzzle together,they
Wayne Hearn, With recent Batie, the ex-husband of Debra's Hearn
residences in lei investigator Wiley Clark,Denton a self-proclaimed well as warrants for others in- have been working on this case
also admitted Gainesville and Atlanta sister, was murdered in the living #nd\ Assistant State Attorney Mack mercenary in this month's Soldier of volved in Banisters death. almost exclusively since Feb. 2, according -
he killed Cecil Batieof room of his home in Gainesville on FUtch' to the Atlanta area and ColD Fortune magazine, advertised his This investigation is one of the to Reddish.
Gainesville on January 6 and San January 6. Banister was shot and ibia South Carolina. During the services as an Atlanta based
dra Black on February 21 in Bryan, killed on Feb. 2 on CK-18 Bradford investigation in these areas mercenary.Hearn ..='::'''-''''<::.-<=...c:. <=<= .", ----
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way home from a friends home in pad murdered the Texas housewife. authorities on Friday evening, Feb. Genesis Hair DesignMcGhghy
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I Felony Defendants Plead Misdemeanors in Circuit CourtMost ,I

defendants appearing in entered a plea of guilty to battery; burglary and grand theft pled guiltyto trespass to occupied structure after Michael Ernes Southerland charged gravated assault with a deadly
Bradford County Circuit Court he was adjudged guilty and a burglary. PSI orderer, state will warning; pled guilty to resisting arrest with battery of law enforcement weapon and battery; pled guilty to
March 11 before Judge R. A. Green, presentence investigation (PSI was dropped grand theft case. without violence, placed on probation officer, resisting officer without battery, was sentenced to serve five
Jr. pled guilty to lesser included of- ordered. for one year, pay $300. violence, indisorderly conduct; pled weekends in Jail. '
fenses and were sentenced at that Anthony Leonard Aaron chargedwith Suzette Carol Williams chargedwith guilty to Interferring with officer in with
time. burglary and battery; pled guil- opposing officer with violence, performance of duties, fined $73. Anthony Martin, Jr. charged
During plea negotiations the state,, ty to battery and was placed on one battery of law enforcement officer Samuel Shawn Clark charged with Ricky Robert Tyson charged with shooting into occupied motor vehi-
represented by Assistant State At- year probation. and trespass to occupied structure resisting arrest without violence, aggravated battery with a deadly cle,aggravated battery,aggravated
torney Terry Yawn, accepted the Willie Williams, inmate from after warninglled; guilty to batteryand battery of a law enforcement officer, weapon; pled guilty to attempted assault with a deadly weapon, and
pleas including a guilty plea of Lawtey Correctional Institution, one year probation corruption by threat against public battery with a bottle, PSI ordered. another case charging aggravated
fine, be evaluated' BU servent; pled guilty to resisting arrest assault with a deadly weapon and
disorderly conduct against a Brad- charged with escape; pled guilty ,, $300 by
ford County man charged with and was placed on 15 years proba- Clinic, not frequent bars (exceptfather's without violence, placed on pro- George DeSue also known as carrying concealed weapon; both
soliciting murder. That tion, must serve six months con- bar). bation for one year. Must wash 30 George Smith charged with aggravated cases were continued pending the
man was '
secutively.Doll patrol cars during next 60 days. assault with deadly outcome of a competency hearing.
was placed to on be probation evaluated for one for year alcohol and Martin charged with aggravated Ernest Williams, Jr. charged with Jim Calvin Carroll charged with weapon, reckless display of a William Edward Rosier charg
abuse by the Bradford-Union battery; pled guilty to burglary; state will drop this case. threat against public servant, bat firearm; pled guilty to reckless with aggravated assault ana
tery of law enforcement officer, reckless display of firearm; motionfor
Guidance Clinic, reckless "aistnarge ot a Jirearm, Thomas Allen Larkin chargedwith display a firearm, placed on probation
-possession of contraband pled guilty discharge was granted by court,
opposing officer with violence, ; one year.Sylvester
In other cases Harry McDougal placed on 60 days probation.
of law to battery, a PSI was ordered. Lott with speedy trial had run.
charged with aggravated battery Ernest Williams, Jr. charged with battery enforcement officer, charged ag .. i

. Bradford Traffic-Criminal CourtThe

ed license suspended six months, at- ,
following defendants appeared Kevin Dean Underhill, improper $59.25.James '
before Judge George H. tag; produced valid tag pay$15 cost. Alexandria Harper improper tend DWI school.
Pierce March 4 in Bradford County John Alan McClellan, improperuse driver license; fined $55.25.
Traffic Criminal Court. of unsafe equipment; dismissed. Robin Carr Little, violation of pro-
Zack Dempsey Jr. charged with McClellan, driving while license bation DWI; dismissed. "Half truth Is a whole: lie.: "
driving while license suspended; suspended; $15 cost. Luther Dalton Henderson, viola- Yiddish Proverb Jones Fun e ra I Home
pay $81.50. McClellan,no valid driver license; tion of probation DWI; dismissed.
Frederick B. Kelley,charged with produced valid license pay $15 cost. James Leslie Donn, driving while
driving while intoxicated; fined Robert J. Burns, no valid drivers J license suspended; 18 days in jail, STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS
$544, license suspended five years, license; dismissed $10 cost. credit for time served. FLORIDA TWIN
ten days in jail (weekends), attend Thomas Murray King, driving Donn, driving while license 964.6200 473.3176
driving while intoxicated DWI) while intoxicated; fined$544, license suspended or revoked; 18 days in THEATRE
school, Salvation Army supervisionsix suspended five years, Salvation Ar- jail, credit for time served.
months. my supervision six months, attend Donn, no tag; pay $15 cost. Starke 964-5451, Jones Convalescent ServiceMARCH
Kelley, charged with failure to DWI school, ten days in jail on Harold H. Waldron, driving while
drive within single lane; pay $35 weekends. intoxicated; fined $544, Salvation 22-28
cost. King, no valid drivers license; fin- Army supervision six months,

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Ala., Mattie Nelson and Grace Everett, Wash., and Mrs. Mary Ken- for stretcher andeg.nn
ObituariesMrs. Welch, both of Mobile Ala., Katie nedy of Botkins, Ohio; 12 grand- new transportation
Fruin of Michigan,and Vergie Flynn children and 3 great-grandchildren.. b ng R
of Tallahassee. Funeral services were held Tuesday Frl. 7:10,9:05 wheel chair patients in
Graveside services were held Sun- March 19 at the Jones Funeral
Ruby Waldron & Sun. 5:05,7:05,9:05
day, March 17 at Crosby Lake Home in Starke with the Rev. I
Bradford & CountiesSCREEN
Mrs. Ruby Alfield Waldron, 73, of Cemetery with Rev. C. L. Overturfand Ballard Wilson and the Masonic Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:45 Clay
Hampton, died early Saturday morning Mr. Jim Hollingsworth officiating Chaplain conducting the services.
March 16, at her home follow- Jones Funeral Home of Burial was in the Oak Ridge 2
ing a brief illness. Starke was in charge of ar Cemetery in Inverness with full
Born in Lake City, Mrs. Waldron rangements. Masonic rites. Jones Funeral Homeof 131:111121!' WILLS Monuments
moved to Bradford County 61 years
Starke was in charge of all ar
ago where she has resided since. She Jack F. McComb, Sr. rangements.Mrs. b
was of Baptist faith. McComb Sr. -
Mr. Jack Foster 70,
Thelma Alvarez
Survivors include 10 sons: of Starke, died Saturday, March 16
Hilbron, Harley, Harold, Howard, at Jacksonville Memorial Hospital Mrs.Thelma Priest Alvarez,71, of Friday 7:00, 9:00
Hillman, Hurve, Hershel, all of after a long illness. Staike, died Sunday, March 17 at Sat. & Sun. 5:00.7:00.9:00 PLAN AHEAD...

Hampton, Hilton and Hogan, both of Born in Newberry, Fla., on May North Florida Regional Hospital in Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:30 Let us help you make .
Arcadia, and Hughie of Tampa; 3 11, 1914, Mr. McComb was retired Gainesville.Born .
daughters, Helen Fowler of Hampton from DuPont as a field supervisor in Citronelle, Fla.,on August DRIVE-IN advance funeral arrangements -
Hazel Courson of Pierson, Ga., and attended the First Methodist 27, 1913, Mrs. Alvarez moved to w
and Harriet Black of Lake Butler; Church of Starke. He was also a Starke in 1930 from Cedar Key. She Starke 964-7484 and limit
two brothers, Croket Sumner of member of Bradford Lodge 35 F A& was a member of First Baptist
Tampa and Winnon Sumner of M where he was a Past Master, anda Church of Starke and a homemaker. Fri., Sat., Sun. cost. Now would be the
Palatka; two sisters Local Tillman Past District Deputy GrandMaster Survivors include her husband, L. '
of. Jacksonville and Mrs. Dorris Mr. MrComb moved to B. (Red) Alvarez of Starke, one time to visit our profes-- -
Phillips of Palatka; 45 grand- Mrs. Anita A. Griffis of
Starke from Jacksonville in 1948. daughter, AVENGINGGEL
children,30 great-grandchildren and Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Starke, one son,Travis D.Alvarez of sional staff to acquaint 4

20 great-great grandchildren. Emma Elizabeth Moye McComb of Houston, Tx., one sister Mrs. with the '
Funeral services were conducted Starke, two daughters, Barbara Pauline P.Francis of Ft.Myers,and yourself services -
at the Archie Tanner
Wednesday Weldon of Jacksonville and Mrs. 7 grandchildren. R
offer. .
Funeral Home in Starke with Rev. Thurs- we '4., ,r
will be
Funeral services
Cecilia M. Greer of Bradenton one "
; ler all new Hollywood adventure \
Leroy Olive officiating. Burial was son,Lt.Col.Jack F.McComb,Jr.,of day, March 21 in the Jones Funeral '.
,' in Santa Fe Cemetery, with Archie Langley Air Force Base, Virginia; Home Chapel with the Rev. Don PLUS ] d
1 (!: -Tanner" >r Funeral Home" '"in'"charge" of one brother, Cecil McComb of Scheetz conducting. Burial will bain Call today "or"'drop b/'
arrangements.: Newberry one sister Mrs. Flora Crosby Lake Cer-.etery. Jones Final Terror
Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof of locations.
Mrs.,Eva Beard Holder of Newberry; two half- Showtime: 7:30 either our l
sisters Mrs. Natalie Allen of the arrangements.LouAnn's .
Mrs. Eva B. Beard, 61, of Fayet-
teville, North Carolina, died Monday -
March 11, at her daughter'shome
following an extended illness. Azalea & Blueberry Farm
Pentecostal Mrs. Beard Holiness was a member Church of the of Take 100 South towards Keystone, take right on

Fayetteville, N.C. 24th Street (Forsyth Road), follow signs

Survivors include her husband,

Junior W. Beard, three daughters, NOW M
Mrs. Barbara B. Chadwick of OPEN SUipHE
Beaufort, N.C., Mrs. Myra "Liz"
Cowart of Starke, and Mrs. DeloresB. Tuesday Saturday 10 am 6 pm
Baer of Fayetteville, N.C.; five rexaeo
sisters, Mrs. Grace Royal, Mrs. Ava 9647109All 8.99t
Delle Owen, Mrs. Myra Stanton, ECONOMY 1E
Mrs. Vernon Kinlaw and Mrs. Jesse Nature Sings of Jesus
McCoy,all of Fayetteville,N.C.; two
Clarence Bain and Earl 9 'V
brothers t 1 S'' I
both of N.C. 11 PA @+
Bain, Fayetteville, ,
grandchildren and 3 great- 1 1 I Moronoi
grandchildren. Where moreAmericans 4.99a
Funeral services were conductedat

Wednesday, March 13,at Graham + stovv o
Pentecostal Holiness Church in Mill find p 1 t tP

Creek with Rev;Marvin Rogers and .
Rev. Ralph Jergian officiating.

Burial Brooks was in the Funeral church Home cemeterywith of a bigger refund &i XBleacn

Morehead City, N.C., in charge of ? / .'
arrangements.Mrs. "" 1
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Bessie Faxon .-
Mrs. Bessie I.Cooper Faxon, 81,of H&R BLOC

Gainesville, died Friday, March 15 .
in Tallahassee Memorial Regional 4
Hospital after a sudden illness. Found Mabel and We can't promise everyone ai 7 t ,

Born in Robertsdale, Ala., on Howard Hajek this but In a recent survey of
March 26, 1903, Mrs. Faxon was a customers who got refunds. 3
resident of Starke from 1936 until out of 4 believe they got bigger
1959,when she moved to Gainesville.She $ 2 447 !' refunds than if thev -dld their
was a member of the UniversityCity own taxes. 3 out of 41! t r k F.e r CAF" A ,,
Church of God in Gainesville.

.Survivors Faxon include of Gainesville one son,WilliamE. two What can we find for you? fTlaical fllartal 1' i" ;' ";4I

daughters, Mrs. Dorothy M. Waters _. ": '
and Mrs. Donna D.,, Faxon, both of ,: .'" .
Tallahassee three grandchildren; f ; ;
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t kt1:1.E1 %k I
-sisters' : Nora Price of Robertsdale, I : ; ;

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