Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01333
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01333
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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weekend weather outlook. .Idllerlali... ,......,...:a ,
With a minor cold front moving from north to south there is a 30 tocl.li...... .. .. ..... .,.... sot \
twrcent chance of this area getting some rain Saturdaytorecaeten svgs. ... ./as.albha'. aGsa
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Lows in the m......,highs. in the 80s and cooling to the 7C Sunday Want Ads.. /.s.slala. ,' Pti(; .
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Last Thursday's rainfall cooled things off and cleared the air but SECTION Bi ...' lti 4i
provided only .2 to .3 inches of rain The New River first tower 12'.V' b
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SR-10o\ west of Starke reported .31 inches. The Santa Fe fire tower Old .PogoW \ hl I Fy p
on US-301S reported .3 inches the Louis Hill tower at Highland Ep blT.ech.r./.O.Ia ,' (I" Fp .23 inches andWPliiRadlo.2Inches. p
reported Since, The Sweetest r\.1. FLA. HISTORY:
.Florida.. Normal rainfall-. '.- for the period is 10.19 inches. 'crime Scon.. Pag.* 7.,',10 108th Year a?,"" t;., ;, .IDA ZSCentiCopy- APR 0 2 1985

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Clay Co-op Meeting...

The annual meeting of the Clay / .
Electric Cooperative today, March Fair
28, at headquarters in Keystone j a 4 +
Heights. j fr
Rep. Don Fuqua will be guest ; t ?
speaker at the noon meeting. Some
3,500 are expected for the day
which consists of a free fried
chicken dinner on the grounds for J'P
co-op members entertainment by a April 9
gospel group the Golf City Quartet sar
from Nashville, TN, special events
and programs, and plenty of door
prizes. to the fair! water supply has been the reason the
35th edition of the Bradford toilets in the restrooms failed to
Fair is set April 9-13, just 11 i work in the past, says Fair Manager
Downtown Progress... ,Mike Cooney.
The Downtown Progress Committee midway ride tickets are on A new building is going up north of
The hooker: Advance ride the cow barn so more animals can be
will meet Thursday, March 28,
at 4 p.m. at the Chamber of Com- are two for $1 this year, up housed at the fair.
merce office. Plans prepared by. It for $1 last year. At the There will be one entrance just
Bartholomew Associates for price will double, to $1 per north of the Highway Patrol sta ,
( t ,1r and one exit on the north end of the
downtown improvement will be
reviewed. Call Street merchantsare i most rides and the largest fairgrounds property at the Roping
urged to attend.Chamber are in the plan.The midway Club facility to the expanded and
been expanded 200 feet to better drained parking area.

Seminar... t and there'll be Livestock Shows...

A second in a series of business it, will take place on two Ninety-one pigs, 59 steers, and 15
/ related seminars sponsored by the parked side-by-side breeding animals are scheduled to
Chamber of Commerce is set today 18 by 40 foot stage with a be shown at the fair. The hogs and
(Thursday, March 28) at noon at over it in the middle of the steers must pass a grading test,
the Chicken Factory. If it rains, it's going to be however, and with tougher stan-
Wiley Clark, investigator for the dards being used this year the
state attorney's office in Starke, the performers will be number of animals will be somewhatless

will address the group on how to One of These Bradford Beauties Will Be the 1985 known country music star than announced.The .
handle worthless checks. Strawberry Queen..., Brown out of Nashville, TN. Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
Plans are for the Chamber to These eight young ladies will vie for the title of 1985 Bottom row (I-r): Trade Clark, Sherrie will appear for one show Fri Swine Show is set Wednesday, April
sponsor a seminar each month. Strawberry Queen of Bradford County this Saturday Melissa Kelley. April 12, at 7:30 p.m. 10, at 7 p.m. The Swine Sale is set
night In the BUS auditorium. Top row: Tina Gonzalez Tammy Morrow, are two shows nightly by Friday night, April 12, at 7:30: p.m.:
Crawford Michelle Burkhalter, and Nanette and The Ghost Rider The Braoioro-union 4-H and FFA
Benefit RummageSale. Southbound Band, and the Steer Show is set Thursday night,

... Jammers Band. April 11, at 7 p.m. The Steer Sale is
set Saturday night, April 13, at 7
A benefit sale
rummage for Strawberry Pageant Set SaturdayThis Fair...?
heart-lung transplant candidate Bil- p.m.The Beef Sale is set at 1 p.m.
ly Bostwick is set Saturday, March a gully-washer, the Saturday, April 13.
30, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at a ser- should be drier this year. An FFA and 4-H Awards
vice station from Winkler Saturday March over the Bradford clothes for a
across 30 upcoming April 9-13 Saturday
is set at 7 Friday
night Ceremony ,
Electric on US-301 in Starke. beginning at 8 the BradfordHigh County Fair and be the official terview with pageant judges. should. work. The elec 12. p.m.
, auditorium the 23rd annual .ambassador of, Bradford- contest the ladies will model system is'improved. There April
" Jw. Strawberry Beauty Pageant' will goodwill a year ... .'\''ing. dress, swim auiu, > more parking. In all, some Ru..al-Urban-Day ... ",, w
Fair Tickets... feature competition among eight creativity outfits has been ..pent'on 'im
local young ladies. Advance tickets are on'sale' at theme of th pageant at the fairgrounds. The annual Rural-Urban Day
The Fair Association will be offering The eight contestants are Melissa Williams Jewelry in Bradford "Strawberries Around the sponsored by the Starke Rotary Club
advanced midway tickets for Tina Gonzalez, Diana Square, Mitchell's Drug Store, and One contestant, for instance, four acres of drain tile is set at noon Wednesday, April 10.
the 1983 Bradford County Fair at Crawford installed by the Fair Chicken dinners cooked the
Nanette Conway,Tammy Denmark Furniture for $2.50 for pear in a Hawaiian costume. by
several locations. Morrow, Michelle Burkhalter adults and $1.50 for children. At the all the way from the Rotarians, will be served from 11:30:
Tickets are 2 for $1. One ticket Tracie Clark, and Sherrie Herndon., door tickets will be $3 and $2. The contest is sponsored of the fairgrounds to the a.m. until 1:30: p.m. for $3 per plate.
buys one ride. Tickets will be sold Club arena, tripling the area '
Junior Woman's Club
at the Chamber office in Starke The girls will model in evening The gins have been given drained last year. The fair exhibit buildings and the
Starke and Southside Elementary gown, street wear, and bathing demonstrations on how to model, Vicki Gaines is pageant water feeder line has midway will open at 5 p.m. Friday,
Schools Bradford Middle School, suits. hair styling, and how to apply make- at the fairgrounds by
Lawtey., Hampton and Brooker Winner of the contest will reignA up. Contestants will wear street (see Pageant..p.3A) of Starke. An InadequateTurlington (see County Fair..pg.zA)

Elementary Schools Keystone Ben't
Heights Elementary School, and
Lake Region Travel in KH, Union
County High School and Andrews
Drugs in Lake Butler. Last day for Says.
advanced p.m. ticket sales is April 6 at 2 .

German The Chamber Students.of Commerce..is Lottery Not First Choice for if It's the Only Way...

hosting a luncheon for the 18 Ger-
man exchange students now state lottery to fund educational would mean a daily statewide still will be passed by, he
visiting here, and the sponsor will purposes is a last resort if other wagering total of $2.5 million. also told those who hadn't
be presented with a key to the city money isn't available, but Educa- Turlington quipped it was good to recognition at the ceremonies
Monday, April 1, at noon at the tion Commissioner Ralph E. Turl- see a person on the bench could compute tinue to work toward their
Western Steer Steakhouse.The 1 ington said he would lead a petition so well and drew laughter from because the future could hold
luncheon is jointly sponsoredby drive to put the lottery question on a the 30 persons present.There was no ly what they want if they
the Western Steer, which will state ballot. comment on whether $2.5 million). toward it.
provide the meals for the students Turlington was invited to speak at daily betting was a realistic He said that education is an
and the Chamber of Commerce. the awards assembly at Bradford 'possibility statewide. tial ingredient in our
The students will arrive this High. School -Wednesday morning Turlington said a state goal of ed technological world.
weekend. Plans are to take them to and also spoke to the Starke Rotary raising teachers' pay/ to the top "Your education is
Cumberland Island National Club at noon. Superintendent Jim .quatrile of the nation would mean can own that no one can take
Seashore, Disney World, the Brad- Duncan said Turlington visited each additional funds would be needed. from you," he said.
ford County Fair, and a tour of of the county schools Wednesday He said state testing which began in Turlington emphasized the
some of the industries. of Bradford morning before the Rotary Club lun- 1977, had .motivated students to focus on the basics before
County. cheon.In achieve more in school. toward frills by telling this
response to a question about his He said complaints that having A man in Texas went to a
role in leading the effort to get more teachers teach to the test was harm- buy a parakeet and selected
Name Change... money for schools through a lottery, ful didn't bother him. He said the guaranteed to talk which
Turlington said a lottery would not goal of the test was to determine that $100 rather than a standard $30
Drop Starke from the name of be his first choice for funding. students could read, write and do He returned to the store the
the Starke-Bradford Chamber of However, he said more revenue Is math and if teachers taught toward day complaining that the bird
Commerce is the proposal 1 now needed to improve schools and that aim the testing would take care oil talk
before the Boardof Governors of teacher's salaries and he didn't of itself. "Did he ring his bell?"
the organization. predict that the legislature would Turlington said testing teacherswas storekeeper asked. Commissioner Visits BC Schools...
President Richard Welty threw come up with additional funding for also a good idea before cer- He doesn't have a bell. The
the idea out for the governors to education. He said Florida is the tification and would raise the qualityof bought a bell for$30 more and Commissioner of Education Ralph Turlington right, spoke
think about, and wants comments .*4rrt state of the 50 in the amount of teachers in the classroom. He said home for the bird. students and the Rotary Club during a visit here Wednes-
back. Research has been done in "id state taxes raised. Floridais all college degrees are not equal and The next day he returned 21.
the name of Bradford County to one of the least taxed states in the the testing program for teachers, store because the bird still shown with Supt.Jim Duncan and the valedictorian of the
have the county declared a Blue nation, he said.Turlington like the bar exam for attorneys talk. 1985. Miss Stephanie Redding now an early admissions student
Chip Community by the Florida was asked how much would determine that the person had "Did he climb his little Fe Community College.
Department of Commerce, so it has revenue would be raised by a lottery retained a certain amount of He doesn't have a little
been suggested that perhaps the and he said $300 million had been knowledge.He That was another$30. arrived at the.tore the "Did he say anything before he
name of the Chamber should be estimated. Asked what portion told the Rotarians that He still didn't talk the next and said the bird had died. died," the storekeeper inquired.
restricted to Bradford County, Wel would go to education, he said about "Florida schools are good and get "Did he ring the bell Yes, come to think of it, the
ty said. percent after lottery ticket buyers ting better." ladder and look into his little parakeet gasped, "Where's the birdseed
Presumably, the governors will get 40 percent and administrativecosts Speaking before the students at ror? the bell with his beak, ?"
be asked to vote on the change at and advertising take 10 to 15 Bradford High School at 8:30: a.m.. He doesn't have a little the ladder, looked into the The moral of the story was that
its next meeting, April 4. percent of the gross. Turlington challenged those who had The man paid another $30 fell on his back with his sometimes people forget the basic
Circuit Judge R.A."Buzzy"Green received awards to press on toward 'hung the mirror above the air and his tounge hanging needs in life while focusing on lux-
calculated that those estimates'Four more achievement.Those who stand over the bell. uries.

Upcoming Meetings...

Bradford County Commission Zoning Problems Headed for Recommendations .
meets Monday, April 1, at 9:30 a.m.

in the county courthouse.Commission zoning reQue.ti will go to the rezoning. That i information will be home be allowed on Hs He said the Da is 91 yean fainered in because coning or-
Lawtey City Bradford County Commission next sent to the county commission for near Bedford Lake off CR-18, woman is 85. dinances were not in effect when
Monday hall., April 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the month without recommendations consideration April 1 at 10 a.m.. his father-in-law and ..- said be didn't want to con- they were placed in the area.
city A is Monday from the zoning board because only without a normal recommendation.The can move down from keep the trailer on his land He said allowing Bennett to place
workshop Bradford three members were present for the county commission makes final Bennett was joined in the couple "passes on" and the trailer on his land where mobile
April 1, by the
School Board. monthly meeting March 26. decisions on zoning matters, but nor- by his neighbor, Bob Oliver, the property revert to homes are prohibited would be considered
Starke Commission meets Zoning Board Director L.M. mally upholds zoning board recom Bennett's brother-in-law. mobile homes spot zoning which would
City Gaines said the seven member' mendations. Bennett said the zoning are gone. change the characteristic of the
Tuesday hall. April 2, at 7:30: p.m. in ci- board has two vacancies, one Three of the four requests drew no granted hia request five yean* the trailer would be placed residential _
ty-he Chamber of Commerce member was absent because of illness opposing discussion. place a trailer on his half out of sight in a thick:grove 301-S Used Car' Lot...
and another had sick but the
a family elderly couple was
Board of Governors will meet member. Mobile Home on R-1A... sell their Duval County home said there were no provi There was opposition voiced
Thursday April 4, at 12:15 p.m. in current codes to against a request>by Paul Landry to
the Chamber building at Madison Nonetheless, the board members The fourth request which may be malned there using e toning ..
heard the and called for had request. He said trailer
.and Walnut Streets in Starke. requests turned down came from James D. transporation. The rezoning (see Zoning..P.ZA)
comments from anyone opposing the Bennett whoa asked that a mobile pired at the end of five years, in the area were grand- Y

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'Page ZA TELEGRAPH March 18, 1t85


Public Hearing Set- :. : < .

j i For Suspended TeacherA

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7 p.m. April public hearing la the school board in a position to heir I
sides, the
4 set for the Bradford school board to arguments from both
i 4i hear and decide on action to take in superintendent and board attorney
; 4 : ; the case of suspended vo-tech and the Young Mrs. Hutoon,
cosmetology instructor Betty who is of FEA-United,
i i4 ,v r ,' 1 I ,. Stevens Hutson.In the teacher union.
March 18 action, the school
dr tit 4t board declined to accept the recom-
mendation of both the superintendent Board attorney Terence Brown
and its attorney, and voted 4-1 advised the board March 18 not to
to reject the resignation profferedby answer why it rejected the resignation -
Mrs. Hutson. The Telegraph has and hearing officer's recom-
been told, it is the feeling of at least mendation,since the board is now in
n 4,, ..: some school board that Mrs. Hutson the position of acting as an impartial
1 i k should be fired. It is felt the wrong hearing body and will have to make I
signal will be sent to school board a ruling. :
employees unless Mrs. Hutson is :
dismissed from the staff. The case began in February 1984'after
Also rejected March 18 was the Mrs. Hutson returned from a
recommendation of a Department of field trip to Tampa with adult vo-
Administration hearing officer who tech students. Mrs. Hutson was ,
A determined Mrs. 'Hutson's actions charged by the local school ad- I
constituted ."...misconduct and immorality ministration with falsifying a daily :
in office." The hearing officer allowance voucher to give herself an i
r recommended that Mrs. Hut- extra $50, allowing adult students to :
son be suspended for the remainderof drink alcoholic beverages on the
the current school year. school van, and failing to report
Top Students for 3rd 6-Weeks at Southside Elementary Charged with final disposition of money received from students for
the case, the March 18 action leaves supplies.
Thirty-three students earned straight-A's at Southside Elementary for tany Bula. Liz Lane, Shannon Safer Arnie Long, Lamar Wynn, Steve
the third six-weeks grading period which ended Jan. 17. Lewis Duke Lane, Carl Elder, Audrey Gillette.Back .
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The SS straight-A students are ((1-r): row standing: Erica Pfenniger, Taisir El-Souessi, Byron Lee, -
Front row,kneeling: Heather Safer,Holly Hatcher,Jane Stanwix-Hay. Melanie Trimble, Miranda Hutchinson, Kevin Mueller, Jim Autry, THE BRADFORD ROPING CLUB
Kelly Ann Duncan, Charity Crews, Tama Mattox, Sean Phillips, Brad Timothy Armentrout, Lindsay Walkup, Michelle Gumming. Results from March 23 Jackpot Series: ,
Barber Matthew Eunice, Jason Canova. Absent for photo: Amy Rankin. Super Cloverleaf with $200 added...

_Middle row, standing!. : Jana Thornton. Bethany Lee, Julie Lorwr. Brit- ENTRANT.. . .. . .. .. .. .TIME. ..... .. .. ... .. .. .MONEY
Kim Grlffli . . . . . 19.107. . . . .. . .$220.40
Barbara Parn.ll . . . . . .19.337. . . .. . . .182.40 i
Angl N.ttl... . . . . .. . 19.363. . .. . . . .1.....<40 i
I Fair Kim Grlffl . . . . . 19.414. . .. .. .. .. .. . 106.40
Jan. Jonas . . . . . .19502. . .. . . . .68.<40
Laur..n Byrd . . . . . .19.606. . . . .. . . 38.00
'from page 1Apr.i baked good, needlework, arts and day and Wednesday April 9-10; 5 Service in leveling the field, from Super Poles, with $50 added...

9. two shows by JoCephus and crafts, etc. must be brought to the p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Satur- Lawtey Correctional Institution, ENTRANT. . .. .. . .. .TIME .. .. .. ... .. ... ... MONEY
The Ghost Rider Band are set at 8 fairgrounds Monday,. April 8. bet- day, April 11.13.Wednesday Bradford County, the City of Starke, Rotco. Seay. . . . . .. : 21.168.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$65.00
,,and 10 am.Friday night. ween the hours of 9:30: a.m. and 7:30 ,April 10,from 11 a.m. and the B-U Vo-Tech Center. Judy Ring . . . . . .. 21.444. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 39.00
Ribbon Cutting.!.. p.m.Entries to 5 p.m.,is Senior Citizens Day,dur- The Fair Association couldn't put Abbl. Plck.tt. . . . . . .21.524. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .26.00We
will be judged Tuesday, ing which seniors are admitted free together the annual extravaganza
A'ribbon cutting ceremony is set April 9, from 9:30: a.m. to noon, dur- of charge.Friday without the help of these organiza- would like to thank these sponsors, without their help we
at noon Wednesday to officially open ing which time the fair buildings will April 12, from 3-7 p.m., is tions and many others,stresses Fair could not have these money shows:
the fair. be closed to anyone other than the. free admission to children and Manager Cooney.The .
Cutting the ribbon will be the new judges. students day. Fair Association presently Bradford Roping Club J.I. A Billie Gladwell, Western Safer
Bradford County strawberry queento No entries will be accepted on consists of President Ray Norman, Steak houle, Dr. Pennlngton, Forsyth Plumbing, Bradford County'
be chosen Saturday night, March Tuesday, as in previous years. The Cooperation... Vice-President Warren Carver, Gold Kist Feed
Telegraph. Roy's Grocery Krlmps
,30. Fair manager Mike Cooney treasurer Bill Alderman, and one
Home Division... The Midway... stresses the Fair Association received director, County Agent Bobby Ranch, Top Bar Ranch, E.J. Dowling Stables, Farm.rs Mutual Exchange -
Entries in the Home Division the The midway opens at 5 p.m. Tues- help from the Soil Conservationacres Taylor. Racing 6 Ranch, Thomas Auto Parts, Jr. A JackIe Mersey.

Richard & Bonnie Carney.

Our Jackpot for April is cancelled. We will have a double
money Jackpot May 25.Community.

.(from page i to allow a repair garage to be The board a complaint from ---_ -- --- -
locate a used car lot on the west side Starke. built next to his home. Dempsey neighbors of William Ahrano that he
of US-301, 2V miles south of Starke Gaines said the present zoning lives 2V4 miles west of Starke on the was operating a repair garage from
near CR-237. The rezoning is from doesn't allow a residence and Hewitt north side of SR-100,just east of Pine his residence on SR21B. State .
open.. rural to commercial. wants to live there. No opposition Level Baptist Church. No one spokein
was voiced from .audience. .
No Homes AUowed..M'wI ; opposition. Ahrano admitted having worked
& Hewitt Jy r If on other people's cars in the garagein '
7.JC. asked to half
rezone m .Jf'I/ -\1.\0\ Bank of Star3ke
an acre from commercial to residen- "R"f>>air Garage... Residents Complain which he was only supposed to ,
vehicles. He said he
work on his own
tial with mobile homes located west Jerry Dempsey requested
of US-301 about 5V4 miles south of rezoning of 100 by 300 feet of his 1.7 About S.Fe Garage... .would cease the practice.

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An 8xlO Natural Color Portrait

-They Know Their Horses... Of You or Your Family..

The Bradford County 4-H Horse Bowl team left the 73rd annual Central March 30 March 31 of
will be taken in the privacy our
lovely portrait
Florida Fair In Olrando as winners this past weekend.The
Bradford team won the state 4-H Hone Bowl in competition with Pee Wee Show 12 NOOhHigh School office by a professional photographer..and like a sav-

.four Team other members county teams are (l-ri from south Florida. High School 7 pm _.. 2 pm ings account, this beautiful portrait will grow more

Kneeling: Penny Gockley. Amy Tison and Belinda Melson. Standing: valuable to you as the years go byl
,Kerry Snider Lisa ivlosley," team captain, and Mrs. Barbara Mosley All you do to receive your FREE portrait call us and

f coach-of As state the winners team..the Bradford" team will travel to the Eastern National Bradford Roping ClubU.S. make an appointment for your private sitting. These

4-H Honae Round-Up In Lexington, KY in November. Avef! portrait sittings may be arranged for evenings or
Funding for the trip. to Orlando was provided by the Community State 301 North (Temple Starke weekends, so Dad can be there.
Bank of Starke.
.- Within two weeks you will be able to return to our of-

I 1 fice to make your choice of your favorite pose for your

STARKE- FREE Portrait. At this time, you may purchase additional

", 'CHURCH OF GOD PUBLIC NOTICE r portraits at special low prices, but you are under no

422 N. St. Clalr 964-5445 obligation to do so. .
'... Walter F. Monti'Paitor Gifts You need be
These are Free to you. pot a
We invite. you to worship with us.' 1983-84 Actual '
I' ATTENDED NUR8ERYzckM. 'I It Expenditures customer -- you do not have to open an account or .

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'. COUNTY miORAPH Actual Expenditures for the 1983-84 Fiscal Year for The City of CALL

Published .v ry Thursday Starke: is available for public inspection. The supporting documen

at 139 W. Call Str..t tations are on file at the City Hall: 209 N. Thompson Street'from 9647830Photography I
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301-N, Turning Lane Created at Request. of County Commission...
A turning lane In the center of US-301 north from Lester Lee put down a rubberized tape directional turning .
SR-loo to the median strips Just past the county cour- signal. The tape is made by 3M, of course and
thouse has been created by the Department of Transpor- should last three to four years under traffic conditions(
tation at the request of the Bradford County Commis- here,Douglas said. It won't last as long as thermal tape
sion.Workers which is heated to 450 degrees when put down and sort of
marking the turning lane Tuesday morning melts into the asphalt Douglas said.
said they'd received complaints about the loss of the Commissioners feel the turning lanes will allow a I
parking spaces on the sides of 301. The turning lane is smooth traffic flow because cars won't have to slow
coming at the expense of the lost parking. down or stop for another vehicle waiting for an oppor-
A DOT Gainesville team of crew leader James tunity to turn left.Commissioners feared the congestion
Douglas. right with crew members S".i. Smith ands in front of the courthouse would cause a wreck.
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Tammy Susan Morrow,daughterof the Junior Class, a member of the
and their sponsorsare Mr. and Mrs*. A.C. Morrow of Rt. Key Club, Juniorettes, and Spanish today.
: 1, Starke. Miss Morrow, 18, is 5-1
with brown hair and blue eyes.Tam- Honor Society. She is sponsored by
Melissa Rana Kelley,daughter of my, a BHS cheerleader, holds Williams Jewelry. Ii) Florida National BankLOCATION.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelley of Rt 4, several
previous beauty titles.She is '
105 W Jellerson St. Starke. 32091. (904) 964-7050
Starke. Miss Kelley, 17, is 5-7 with sponsored by The Western Steer. Diana Leigh Crawford, daughterof
blond hair and blue eyes. She is a Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford of
BUS softball player. Miss Kelley is Nanette Conway,daughter of Mr.. Starke.Miss Crawford,19,is 5-9 with
sponsored by Mitchell's Drugs. and Mrs.Edwin Conway of Starke.A brown hair and brown eyes.She is a
t junior at Bradford High where she is part-time student at Santa Fe Com-
Barbarella (Tina) Gonzalez, vice-president of the Junior FFA munity College and was in the top -- the/ S/pfllt/ f/olf SlLJlccess 1M
daughter of Ms. Ellen Sakowksi of Chapter,Miss Conway,16,is 5-5 with five of the 1983 Strawberry Queen Member FDICATTENTION
Starke. Miss Gonzalez, 16 is 5-7, brown hair and brownish-green I Pageant. Her sponsor is Florida
with dark brown hair and brown eyes. Her sponsor is The Western Federal.
eyes.A junior,Tina is an art studentat Steer.
BHS.She is sponsored by Powell's Sherry Michelle Herndon,
Dairy Freeze. Tracie LeAnn Clark,daughter of daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Tom Hern-
Mr.and Mrs.Ted R.Clark of Starke. don of Lawtey. Miss Herndon 16, is
Jennifer (Michelle) Burkhalter, Miss Clark,16,is 5-5 with brown hair 5-9 with brown hair and hazel!eyes.
daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and blue eyes. She is a BHS She is a BHS cheerleader.Her sponsor .r !
Burkhalter of Starke. Miss cheerleader and is vice-president of is Hair Unlimited.
Burkhalter.16.is 5-3 with brown hair
and hazer eyeS Michelle, a'former
Little Miss Claxton High School, "I was obliged to be Industrious. Whoever Is equally Credit Union
plays the piano. Her sponsor is Bad- Industrious succeed..equally well. fi Buyersin
cock Furniture. Johann Sebastian Bach

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George Crady

Wants Your Opinion NOTICEWe

will honor and BEAT any

YES NOD legitimate Credit Union sale

0 1. Do you favor a state lottery?
figures presented to us at ANYtime
G 0 2. Would you favor a state lottery if 75% of the funds raised went to
education and 25% of the funds went to transportation?
of the year! Our Sales staff

: 0 0 3. Are you satisfied with the quality of your children's education in the

I Ii public schools? represents straight forward price-

i 0 0 4. Do you favor a law that would require all drivers to wear seat belts?

ing WITHOUT monitoring of
0 0, 5. Would you favor a law that provides that anyone knowingly selling an
alcoholic drink to a drunk person would be held liable for a portion of any Credit
I damages caused by the drunk person? markup by "Approved"

G 0 6. Would you be in favor of a saltwater fishing license? Unions. If your Credit Union is offering -

0 0 7. In your opinion, should more thorough background checks, including I
fingerprints, be required of all child care employees and volunteers? truly substantial savings in

:.. 0 0 8.church Should operaterL-cbilJi background,checks facilities and fingerprint? requirements apply to interest, then why should they, let

I G 0 9. Do you think the elimination I of Happy Hours and 2 for 1 drink specials pay too much for a car or

.. will help reduce the number of alcohol related deaths? ,I you ,

I .. 0 0 10. Would you favor a law that would make it more difficult for a person truck? ..

I "'' to obtain an absentee ballot? Rfllad the small print before your buy: TerwIUegar! Motors win beat any

1'#:&!": 0 0 11. Do you favor a law that would eliminate second primary elections? ba lfled sales. Deal when you compare specific cars, equipment and.ac-

cessories.. We win save you money on financing If wo can or you!can, fit
i I ,. 0 0 12. Do you think members of the Florida Cabinet should be limited to two -
four year terms? la your own Institution. ___
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. G 0' 13. Would you favor a law requiring hunters to wear orange fluorescent Remember... Our Sale Runs 365 Days A Year!
vests while they are hunting?

I 0 0 14. Would you favor a local one cent sales tax to provide funds fofyour

county school. system? "Terwillegar Motors

: 0 0 15. Are you in favor of eliminating sales tax exemptions for newspaper, ,
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: I engineers and accountants. ?,, 964-7200 371-1095" 388FORDA

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Governor Milton Became Suicide Victim ,

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4 The secession of Florida from the must close by subscribing myself vlf we ever return," he said "we shan
I Ie In 11181 was opposed by a.1ze&bIe husband till. death. be compelled to submit to their govern
1 r ? i of Floridians among them beIDa&be a -Wm.Hollingsworth ment and be placed in bonds to endure
territorial governor. RIchard Keith their loathsome embrace. Death would be
who predicted the"gates of bell" preferable to reunion. This is the sentiment -
___ opened as a result of such action. s Too Heavy to Bear of all true Southern men."
rry.y Among those locally, who strong Bupporter Jjr! 'Beces8roi" -was Early in 1865 General William T. Sher
outspoken In their opposition to Starke Perry, who served from man's troops, then In St. Marks, began ad-
was Dr. William Hollingsworth of to the secession year of 1861. and also vancing on Tallahassee, the only state
a native Georgia who was 37yMl'll Milton a 57-year-old farmer who capital east of the Mississippi to avoid capture
the time of the 1880 census., Perry and served through the during the war.
Under the beading"Report of yean until broken by the strain he When a messenger arrived with news !
at Starke", the "East mitted suicide in April 1865. that the advance had begun, Milton issued 1
newspaper published at Fernandlna,' orders to repel the Invaders. Confederate '
I ried the following item in its issue troops were hastily organized with Maj. 'I
August 2 1860: William Henry Milton, one of the
"Or. Hollingsworth.. citizen of governor's sons, in charge of the cavalry
had expreQubHC his unit. The young cadets at Tallahassee j
Hon of a vigilante'group In Military Academy were ordered to join
ty, calling themselves Regulators. He ranks. J
attacked at his home by a party of As the soldiers left the city, Gov Milton j
Dr.Hollingsworth assisted only by his rushed out to review them, not realizingthat I
of 13, repelled his assailants killing another son, 12-year-old John, and I
leader named Dowling, and three of his fellow cadets at the academy, I
severly, if not mortally, several were among the troops. j
y number of shots were fired on One of his daughters was to write later i
sides..We understand that Dr. that her father "appeared ill and over "
ingsworth's conduct is generally worked". When he saw his son, and thoseof
ed by the community." his friends his eyes filled with tears. '
Since there was no newspaper In The hurriedly organized militia met I
Winners Will State Level
District Compete at at that time we have no record of what Union forces the next day, beating them '
tion if any, was taken against Dr. back with 128 of Sherman s troops wounded '1
: Three BHS business students,who were winners Clerk-Typist II. and will compete In the state typ- Ingsworth for this Inddent. Perhaps or captured. The Confederates lost 25, j
, at the District Conference of Future Business ing contest at Orlando. Her twin sister. Sharon If it bad approval 01 the community. and both of the governor's sons escaped InJury
; Leaders of America held at Jones College in (right) placed fifth In Accounting I at the district But after Florida actually seceded ardent states-righter, Milton had But news of the victory and the safetyof
Jacksonville In February are looking forward to meet and will attend the Orlando conference as a. ingsworth apparently fought on the me"I as a captain of volunteer forces in his sons failed to stay his declining
attending the State Conference in Orlando. April voting delegate. They are the daughters of Mr. the Confederacy. Under date of Indian Wars. health.
) 18, It and ZOoPictured and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. ii, 1862. he wrote to his wife, Nancy, After Major Milton returned to Marian-
above. Raymond White, won first Fort Clinch, near Fernandina: Confederate hopes grew dimmer as na, the family received word of the governor's -
students of Instructor Gov. Milton wrote
BITS Paula a
Eight Register "I progressed,
to inform
am The immediately left for
in the very sorry you illness. son
the District level and will compete
place at participated in the district contests.The other five to the 'Citizens of Florida" on Sept.
contest in Orlando. He is the myself and Gilbert (their son) are Tallahassee to bring his father home to
state public speaking were Tammy Rhoden. Jennifer Johns, and Lynn The final paragraph summed up
of one of us well but on foot thank rest and recuperate. They left on March 30
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Coley Lawtey. Futch in shorthand; Betty Green, Clerk-Typist II, have nothing pleasing to write you, about the condition of the South.: enroute to the plantation, but Governor

Karen Martin (left) won second place as a and Brenda Sikes. Clerk-Typist I. distress, distress, death, death, death. time has now arrived when no man Milton was unable to forget that thousandsof
buried seven soldiers today and from or claiming the protection of the his people stared starvation in the face.
to three every day, and has been so its laws should be permitted from Nearly every citizen had felt the loss of a
and some time. Capt. Frink has but 15 treachery or want of family member or friend. Property values
Opinion Commentary able to do duty in his company. It ,to occupy with impunity a had dipped from $47 million to$25 million, 'I
make your heart tremble to visit position, or to encourage deser- and most of the remaining value was in
graveyard."We harbor deserters. slaves, soon to be freed.
are told we shall be paid off .or Arriving at the plantation ill and exhausted j
week. Gilbert will be at home severely contested battles have
soon the governor was helped to his
City-County Cooperation Needs Objectives or no money, and I will come be fought. We may have to submit to bedroom by a daughter and his son,
great while. I want to come home the reverses and our prospects William. His wife was away, helping sew
you ever knew. Everyone wants to gloomy but let none despair; let clothing for the Confederate army at a
everywhere and just as soon as I get do well his part,and we will triumph.- neighbor's home.

The death of a motion that went It would appear that any money I am coming."I Confederate States will achieve William went to another room to rest on
unseconded' at the City Commission misunderstanding between the City and have no news to write you about independence, secure the enjoyment a couch. No sooner had he laid down than
war, than there is from to
more one the sound of a shot was heard and he rush
meeting last week should not be con- County Commissions might largely be blockades every day. I want you to liberty, and occupy a distinguished ed to his father's bedroom.
civilized nations. To assist
strued as indicating a negative attitude due to a lack of communications, in- me soon and let me know how the among of these noble ends There, on the floor, was the governor,
toward the broad concept of increased dicating that it may be time to revive are..and why some of lOU don't let accomplishment, having entire confidence in the, blood pouring from his head. Lying across
City-County cooperation in providing the full-scale joint meetings of both know the reason you don t or haven't of the government of the his foot was the still smoking muzzle-
services of ten. Is there anything wrong among States it loading shotgun. It was April 1, 1865.
for citizens broader cordially
necessary public boards which would provide a supports ,
If there is. let me know and I will
Thus did John Milton, descendant of the
the for cooperates promptly and fearlessly
county.In base discussions and suggested home and'settle, and if there is her sister States." great 17th century poet of the same name
the closing minutes of the meeting, methods of procedure on the over-all wrong you had better not try to ill from exhaustion, intense suffering andmental
discussion was opened on two topics cooperative effort. As a leavening force, from me, for if you do it will only months later, in an address to the conflict, become the first
the boards might even consider including worse when I do come. Legislature, Gov. Milton declared American governor ever to take his own
but in
separate inter-related such *
a reconstruction of the American life while in office.
"I want to let me know how
at of delibera- you you
way that several members of the Com- input some stage getting along for something to eat.Let as it once existed. was "now .im One week later, General Robert E. Lee
mission were taken by surprise and in tions from a few "concerned P possible". surrendered at Appomattox ,
the resulting confusion were reluctantto taxpayers)'.Who deserttd bd heard i4',';;''j\ .Jf.J. "' ?, I

second the motion. process that should cut the cost of coun-
ty and city government at least twenty Whispering Pines Administrator Praises Community Spirit Here"The
According to minutes of the meeting
percent or more especially at a time 1
transcribed from tape, Mayor- when both boards claim a shortage of
Commissioner Biggs reported on a ses- func- staff of Whispering Pines Care time. Scanlin said that Whispering Pines Special attention is given to providing
sion that he and the Clerk had in funds for necessary government Center is proud of the quality care we provide has a staff of dedicated employees whose nutritious food that will be appetizing and
tions. as a service to this community," P.J. goal is to render-.tend r loving care" to suited to the individual's tastes, the administrator
December with the County Commission minimal (Pat) Scanlin, administrator of the newly residents of the facility.In said.
,chairman and the County Clerk concerning Results have been somewhat expanded facility on Colley Road, told September 1984 the staff of Whispering The speaker praised the cooperative
"a feasibility study of the landfill, since the two boards first started talk- Starke Rotarians last week. Pines earned a superior rating awarded community spirit shown to Whispering

etc.' Biggs then asked if the city ing about cooperative efforts more thana A $2 million building and refurbishing by the Florida Department of Health Pines by the citizens of Starke, especially

wanted to retain its auditor, Harold C. year ago. In order to successfully playa program has just been completed at and Rehabilitative Services. "This by members of churches and civic groups.He .
game there must be an overall game Whispering Pines (formerly the Starke recognition is given only to those nursing said he had never been in a community
(Pat) Farnsworth "to look into this
homes that not only provide routine care, that was as concerned and in
Nursing Home cooperative
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Increasing number of
area". He said that the County had of- plan, and so far this seems to be lacking available beds from 49 when the facility but make the extra effort of added staff, helping meet the needs and providing com
fered to pay one-half of the study's cost. in negotiations between the City and first opened in 1963, to 120 at the present training and modern equipment in orderto fort and company for the older citizens of
County Commissions in the area of achieve superior rating, Scanlin said. the community.
According to the minutes, "Commis cooperation.In -
sioner Schaefer moved for the City to ,
pay half of the feefor'the City-County such negotiations, good intentions County Agent's ;Notebook'by' Bobby L. Taylor I'
study in cooperation to save money and won't get the job done. It is not just a County Extension Agent

(avoid) the duplicating of services." matter of who spent how much and -

This motion died for, lack of a second. where.is A degree of professional facts exper-and Don't sell seeds short, especially if with SeedsYou'll "have been treated, because they're coated
tise needed to interpret Gardening
you're planning a large vegetable garden. with brightly colored dye.It's .
Schaefer said later, after the meeting,
and convert them into savings
figures Last week I discussed the pros and cons of a good idea to use treated seeds. In
that his motion was intended to apply have the best chance for success ityou
be in renderingthe
that implemented with which
can beginning transplants, give youa fact should
varieties with you always use them, whenthey're
only to the landfill project, and not to faster start but be if plant some resistance to
needed services. Such agencies as ; they can expensive Florida available. But, remember that the
the entire spectrum of city-county the Center for Governmental Respon- you need a lot. This week I should discuss common recommended in our pests.extension Use varieties circular chemicals on such seeds are poisonous. So,

cooperation on other service mergers. sibility at the University of Florida, and planting seeds directly in the garden. 104, "The Vegetable Gardening Guide". treated seeds should never be eaten by
Besides costing less than transplants, a It's available at people or animals.They should be handled
The last meeting of two commission the Department of Community Affairs your County Agent's officeon "
with care, and be kept out of the reach of
of home
major advantage starting a North 301 in Starke. Of course, you can
chairmen and two clerks was held in in Tallahassee should provide valuableand vegetable garden directly from seeds is plant anything you like. But, many children and pets.

December when the matter of a $25,000 objective advice to assist in these that you can choose from a wider selectionof gardeners cheat themselves by continuing Finally, follow planting directions
payment by the City for its use of the cooperative efforts at little or very varieties. A garden center may have to plant inferior types, without even trying seed packet. If too on the
you plant deep, the
landfill several varieties of seeds for a given those that grow best in our state.
was discussed. The County moderate cost. crop young plants may not be able to reach the

would like to purchase a garbage com- Such joint efforts should be worth a but transplants.only one Also,or some two crops varieties such as of There )is one note of caution to keep in soil surface before sprouting. And, if you I
pactor at a cost of around $150,000, beans cucumbers and don't mind when handling seeds. Most of the plant too shallow the seeds may be washed I
try and might very well provide the corn, turnips seeds you'll find at away by rain.
garden centers have
which would enable landfill site to be well. It's best to start from
a needed sense of direction that seems to transplant very been treated with chemicals to reduce in-.
used about one-third longer than at pre- be necessary if future cooperative efforts crops these seeds.do transplant On the well.other They hand include'many jury' and decay caused by insects and Whether you use seeds or transplants,.or

sent.It are to be productive. things like tomatoes,. broccoli collards diseases.Usually, you can tell when seeds! both, I wish you success.

was not brought out at last week's and lettuce. If transplants are availablefor .
Commission whether this was such crops, they're probably a better
meeting in
to be a one-time payment or only the ********* ***** bet than starting from seeds unless you're Forestry Bradford County
planning a very large garden.
first installment of the city's proposed by David Norton
*' *' While most vegetables can be grown County Forester
share of the cost.Discussions *' Space Urgently Needed from seeds, there are exceptions such as
between the County and For Clothes Closet ;} sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes and Care Still Needed in Burning
strawberries. For specific recommendations -
City consolidation of
on proposed services -
*' Space is needed immediately on the crops you want to grow check If you happened to be outside around you'll find a different situation (most are
seemed the
to cool when
city and with your garden center,or see your Coun- 2:00: p.m.Monday and looked in any direc- still brown).
of clothes
received $97,503 in fiscal year 1983-84 *' for storage baby ty Agent.If tion you could see smoke from a number of

from the new four-cents a gallon special furniture in the HRS Foster I you decide to start from seeds, get the large brush fires. Folks, it is still too dry 'This How, of long course do, will we need depend to a be lot cautious the?

gas tax, and the County failed to budget : Care. program. *' best you can find.Seed quality could mean out there in those woods) weather problem. If it rains one upon inch or

1 for the$12,000-plus it had been to ,)} the difference between success and failure. Believe it or not, we still need to be less and heavy winds follow, it may not be
the City for recreation and pang Clothes and shoes for in your garden. So,always buy good seeds careful in burning. Last week's rain was a safe to burn until summer thunderstorms
ment funding. It is projected that the Ci- : children..sizes suitable from )} from a reliable dealer. relief for firefighters for lust two days.The arrive. A 5 to 6 inch rain over a week's
birth to 17 of age. Also ;* For a few crops you can save seeds high winds that followed the passing cold time would be most helpful and would
ty may receive as much as $125,000 in years from garden. But for others front dried the vegetables out again in a calm the wildfire problem down con
gas tax money during the 1984-85 fiscal *' baby furniture: cribs, high *, that really your isn't practical. many Since most few days. siderably. I'll bet that a rain of this size

have chairs, play pens, etc. seeds are relatively Inexpensive, you're just don't seem to realize will be here in time for the opening of the
Some City Commissioners *' )}
year. probably better off buying those you need the potential hazard and destruction that fair (as usual). '
i expressed concern about the$12,000 cut, Storage space needed with a ')} If they're available. occurs when fire moves through dry One last reminder that if you're In-

j saying it was done without notifying the minimum size of 10x10, larger You should buy tested seed varieties. vegetation pushed by high winds.Well,you terested in cost-sharing assisting for tree-
City, and the amount withheld had actually if possible. )} Our IFAS scientists the University of might say the fields and pastures seem to planting next winter this Friday will end
been included in the City budget. :)} Florida test most crop' varieties, and be greening up and that's true. But look at the sign-up period. Stop by and see Warren
the grasses and.litter in the woods and Carver at the ASCS office if interested.
They argue that the state statute Please contact Wilda Doherty :* recommend only those which do well here.

authorizing special gas taxes mandates HRS intake worker, at Strawberry Jammers
that municipalities shall receive a portion 964-8875. Play for Benefit

of such taxes based on the cities' Or call Diane McClellan, )} 1 1t ,

population, and the gas tax money 4681274. 1 The newly-organized Blue Grass group
should not be considered as a "gift" to *' ,*' HiL5( a.wberrJ" ". gave a benefit

' the, City. )} Foster Parent Association )} performance at the Hampton City HaD last
Saturday night. All
proceeds went to the I
Mayor Biggs was apparently trying to of Bradford County Hampton recreation fund
advance the cooperative effort on the b The Jammers will also perform on the I I
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landfill when the motion to half the The word band coma from an ancient word for bind, since a band Is a d midway during the afternoon of the final

j coat of study went unseconded.pay *****. ****. **** group of musicians bound together.. day of the fair, Saturday,April 13,'"
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I .Terrie Mathews and Randy Conner Marry March 8 in .Pine. Level Baptist Church ,. .- ,a ., ; It ItPine

Level Baptist Church was the music were Wally and Mary Helen Patty Myers of Orlando, cousin of .shades of pink white and- maroon, -it t. 2,M D Road,S arkere The bride to employed at Mathews 1
setting for the March 8,7p.m. mar- Myers of Orlando, cousins of the the bride. Their gowns and head- and palms. ''ne bride and both Poultry Services and the groom is \
riage 01. Terrie Lynn Mathews ,bride. piece were similar to the honor at- Tammy of Orlando coun-. .Bradford High SdhSTgraduates! employed at DuPont. '
daughter or Leaton and Beverly Andrew Bryant served as best tendant. They carried bouquets of sin of the bride,kept the guest book. J,
Mathews of Starke,to Randy D.Con- man. Ushers were Aaron Mathews, and white roses, white earnspons The bride's table and punch table 4' J
ner, son of Donald and Violet Con the bride's brother Hilton Coleman and pink'and white ribbons. were both covered with white lace I I
ner.Rev.Roman Alvarez performed and Kenny Thomassen, cousins of Michelle Osteen of Starkei cousin of cloths over pink linen.Centering the
the nuptials. the groom, all of Starke. Brian Sappof the groom,was bride's table was a three-tiered cake Social Side
The choir loft was enhanced with Lawtey cousin of the groom, was Given In marriage by her father decorated with pink roses and top .
two arch of light candelabras flank ringbearer.Miss the bride wore her mother's gown of ped with a bride and made _
ed on either side with palm trees. Susan Sapp of Starke servedas lace over satin. The sweetheart by Diane Blume. CUt rOOJD' cake ; -
centering the altar was an archway maid of honor. She wore a floor neckline had an illusion yoke trimmed were Patsy Myers, bride, of the
decorated with fresh greens and length pink acetate taffeta gown in lace, pearls and sequins. The and Winzle Pollet, cousin of the
Pink, white and burgundy flowers with a off-the-shoulders ruffled gown had a basque waist and long bride,both of Orlando. -
On either side of the archway were neckline puffed sleeves and a sleeves forming lily points at her Lisa Sapp and Gail Coleman,
two more arrangements of white cascade of ruffles down the back wrists. The full hoop skirt featured cousins of the groom,presided at the
gladiolus,poms,pink carnations and skirt. She carried a cascade bouquetof side panels of chantilly lace tiers two punch bowls which were encircled NewsClub
mums. Throughout the altar were white, pink and maroon roses, cascading to the hemline. The back with pink and white carnations.A
two spiral candelabras and two stefanotis and Ivy and pink ribbons. formed a chapel train. Her head- silver candelabra centered the
tree- candelabras among palms. She wore a comb decorated with piece and veil,made by her mother, table.
The church pews were marked off white and pink roses, lace leaves was sheer illusion trimmed in chan- 1 Carol Osteen cut the groom's cake
by using the aisle candelabras with and pink and white ribbon in her. tilly lace attached to a Juliet cap that was topped with a bride and .Weddings
fresh flower arrangements in each hair. covered in matching lace and reluctant groom, surrounded'with Receptions
one of burgundy; pink and white Attendants were Janet Jordan of decorated with hand strung pearls. ball and chain and ball bat. Notices fl-
flowers. Lawtey, Becky Thomassen of She carried a cascade arrangementof Mrs. Betty Alvarez directed the Church Items parties
Presenting a program of nuptial Starke, cousin of the groom, and white and pink roses,white carna- wedding; Mrs. Nancy Coleman .
tions, stefanotis and ivy. directed the reception and Terry -
I A reception was held in the church Walters of Gainesville took the wed-
Fellowship Hall which was ding pictures. -
highlighted with urns of mums, car- Following a wedding trip to Central -
HOLY. WEEK8ERVIGE8 nations. daisies and gladiolus. in Florida the couple is residing at Easter Cantata
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Community Holy Week Services will be held at the First Baptist Churchof 7:30
Starke the week preceeding Easter Sunday, April 1-5. p.m.
The services will begin with the meal at noon and conclude at 12:50:
p.m. in order that those attending will be able to return to their jobs.
First United
Each year this community-wide event is held in one of the local chur- }
ches. Lunch is provided at noon each day, Monday through Friday.A different -
minister will provide a devotional message from the Bible relating l'r Methodist Churc
to the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ from the grave. ;Iir'

The following ministers will bring the daily messages:
Mon.: Rev. Mercer Shaw, Evangelist
Tues.: Rev. William 11. Floyd, First Baptist
Wed.: Rev. Walter Montz, Church of God 30 Voice Choir will present
Thurs.: Rev. William H. Kadel, First Presbyterian
Fri.: Rev. Ballard Wilson, First United Methodist \ "Easter Celebration"featuring

The following churches will provide meals each day: ,
Mon.: First Presbyterian & St. Edward's Catholic > music and arrangements by Ralp
Tues.: St. Mark's Episcopal & Bethlehem Freewill. Bapt. )
Wed.: First Christian and Church of God Carmichael, Jimmy Owens and others.
Thurs.: First Baptist and Madison Street BaptistFri.
.: First United Methodist Grace United Methodist!, Lawtey.... ; Director Bill McRae
The public is cordially invited to attend each day. -
Y Pianist Ada Reddish

Sponsored by: Gilbert Goldwire Music FundWE'LL
First Christian Church Easter Cantata SundayThe $II
Mr.and Mrs.Randy Conner iR

First Christian Church of Refreshments will be served in the
Starke will present John W. PeterFellowship Hall of the church follow-
son's Easter Cantata, "No Greater ing the program.
Love", at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 31..Everyone is welcome to attend PAY UP TO $1,525
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n Jenny. Shannon and Frank D'Armenia; Wed March 9 In First Methodist Church_ I

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: layered lace farmed a chapel length
Virginia: Elizabeth Jenny Unity
Shannon candles were centered between -, train ia the back She wore a pearlnecklace
Tampa, daughter of Mr. two beautiful veil of illusion -
spring bouquets and... fingertip
and Mrs. Robert! : J. Shannon.. of
of .r studded
Starke and Frank Louis TTArmenia Dowera that aat on ettber aide of fell from a pearl
the altar. Blue aatin bowa and headpiece. She carried ma arrangement i
Tampa. KM cf Mr. and Mrs.
fiowera marked the faiqily per+p. of cascading white silk
Charles PaW of Cape Coral and the Auto Renovation
of piak'I'OIeS
late rF sweetheart roses
Anthony Tony D'Armenia. were
united in marriage Saturday, March Miaa Chriaty Johns,r blue carnations: 1ili iHI-tbe-breath COUPON SPECIALS
First Drew Reddish a"'Mliu walks, blue daisies baby's
f, at 2 p.m. lit the United pa
knots aodmulticolored
Methodist Church.Starke with Rev. Cana Schmidt and Dirk Schmidt with streamers of love ,, 11II1, Z, I sr Ask U. Msul

Ballard Wilson performing the nup- soloists, prevented a_ program oJ.I 4 A reception was forgetme held in-mets.the church OUR PACKAGE DEALS-.. "

Fellowship Hall Misses Dana Shannon -----

and Sandra Sha"kept the 1. Buff-n-Wax
Retired Educators
book. Tbeweddingparty; stoodm
4 line. A 9 stop p'oa5r crony adipreiUktj Il
the receiving
I q The bride's table... covered witha s Mfthbrtfl H.| total, Iwaii

Have Art Program cloth imported from Scotland for INM.Ih1.w.
the occasion. The bride's mother Now =2588 1 1ZTete
made the four-tiered wedding cake _
President Muriel Norman presided Mn. Canoe introduced Thelma which: was decorated with pink r or claaead I
over the Bradford-Union Retired Jennings, local artist, who exhibitedsome roses lace
Educators meeting held Thursday of her prir.e winning works hearts daisies and filigree. tartt*msstt need M thq IlnYlySt.

March 21. in the First UnitedMethodist Mrs. Jennings defined art. emphasized The bride's mother cut and served .,, tine hyn, he s sins, t
Church Educational that lorm is very important the cake. Ms.Susan Shannon served .mess t** (rand SI Ml hshd ef kM| |
Building ia Starke where an art program and all art must have some type of the punch. r. I,
was given. beauty. Each artist has his own Mrs. Don Hardenbrook directedthe I
During discussionwFund. of the FREA style. She assured the group that all wedding. Assisting. in serving 3. Engine Cleaning
Memorial pointed out have some art talent. This is r ;
were Ms.Thelma Crews.Mrs.Sonny
MB*** d m, sn tar. Lasts Iaw, ens
that individuate, u well aa the demonstrated in daily living in the Tenly, Mrs. Andy Baldree.Mrs.Don .
j 855*.alb re.M stgkts.Ih1
group may make contributions choosing d our clothes furnishing 7 ,h I I.a. Hardenbrook, Mrs. Vernon Glisson,
honor of deceased members, our homes planting yards and '" and Mrs. Dean BlackwelL I1' Now 11188ttYJIPpaTanl
relatives or friends. flower gardens, preparing ,_; The couple drove away in a red t
Sick and shut-in members were refreshments and decorations for 1985 Chrysler Fifth Avenue car provided Only

mentioned. parties doing various crafts.: by the groom's family to COUPONS EXrnC Marts 38. IMSCMM
Reports were given by the Everyone was given art paper. .. Disney World EPCOT Sea World. I
Legislative, pre-retirement crayons and step-by-step instructions %$ I Miami and Fort Myers. They are ky astf SM Mm sr Mcy. .

membership, ana nominating com for drawing an owL All enjoyedparticipating residing in Tampa. Starke Auto Sales ,
mittees. in this activity and seeing The bride if a 1980 graduate of
The following slate of officers was the results of the art lesson. Bradford High School and is currently K Carl 954-8832 I Ii

presented and approved:presidentRuth Mrs. Canova demonstrated the employed by a bank in Tampa. 1W Adse Pfek-Ujj i Deffvar-
Jenkins; vice presidentMonaCanova use of the auto harp and accompanied The groom is employed with Mor-

; recording secretary. the group in singing Irish .rison's Cafeteria hi Tampa.
to cY '1"i't1' 1
Kathryne Epperson; correspot songs. -" -- -
secretary Doris Richard; The next meeting will be May 16 in
treasurer- Mary Faulkner Starke.
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4'" rE Terry Lynn Massey :..., 'O.r '.

Michael D. Andrews Mr.and Mrs.Frank L.D'Armenia rton fcy .f.WcUnOon &

Plan May 10 WeddingMr. nuptial music. DOtS. P ,
y Steve Fiore was best man. The Attendants were Miss Lisa i

and Mrs. Wayne E. Massey of ushers were Bobby Shannon, Pelkey Miss Sheila Shannon cousinof Air Conditioning '
Lawtey announce the engagement William Shannon and Anthony the bride and Miss Rose "
and approaching, marriage of their D'Armenia, brothers of the bride D'Armenia, sister of the groom.
daughter. Terri Lynn, to Michael D. and groom. Nathan Shannon Jr. Their gowns were similar to the ?"' Service .4.

Andrews son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin was ring-bearer. honor attendant. They carried matching !
Andrews of Starke. Miss Thuy Doan served as maid of spring bouquets of white and *

The bride-elect is a 1982 graduate honor. She wore a romantic gown pink roses blue mums daisies, I t. v Service and Repair on:
of Bradford High School and is atten- lavished with close fitting white lace baby's breath and streamers of love,
ding Santa Fe Community College that featured a standup ruffled knots with multi-colored forgetmeDOtS. -. AD Major Appliances

where she will graduate in May as a neckline with a blue satin ribbon '' Air Condltforatog 1
dental bygienist. trim; full lace ruffled sleeves and a Little Miss Amanda Griffis was
bodice of flounce trimmed flower Refrigeration Electrical:
The prospective groom is a 1979 in a blue girL s
graduate of Bradford HJ.6b School. satin belt over a blue taffeta skirt. The bride given in marriage by R
r He attended Troy State University in She carried a miniature cascade of her father wore a white taffeta lace
Alabama and is presently attending silk; spring flowers that featured gown that featured a Queen Anne JOE COX, OWNER
Santa Fe Community College. pink roses shaped like a cross with neckline accented by pearls and sequins I. \

The wedding will take place on white roses blue mums daisies with a fitted bodice and a

Vanessa Hodge May 10. at 7 p.m., at Madison Street baby's breath and streamers of love white lace satin ribbon at the waist
Charles Crawford Baptist Church. knots with multicolored forget-me- and bow in the back. A full skirt of

Vanessa Hodge, but No all local to friends attend.invitations and relatives are being are sent invited X-Rays No Charge Office Visit 12 i 1964-7462 .

Charles CrawfordTo

Wed April 12 Dr. R.E. Dopson Chiropractor I "

17 Years ExperienceHours Rt. 2, Box 2116 ra
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Hodge announces i '
1/.. the engagement ,and approaching : ,Won.Wed., Fri. 9-5= TUBS. & Tnurs.,"9-12 (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd)
marriage of heir grand- l"'s.' Starke Florida 32091 '
daughter, Vanessa, to Charles Randall a nDllce" I ,

(Chuck) Crawford, son of Mr This offer expires without Therapies needed extra
and Mrs. Bobby C. Crawford Lake

The wedding will take palce at Legal Notices NOTICE property situated In Florida to satisfy freight minutes and 09 seconds I
Harmony Free Will Baptist Church t '11 SHERIFF'S SALE Bradford County ond storage charges, East, along the Easterly I'
on Friday,April 12, IMS at 7 P.M.No Notic. is hereby given Florida described os: under the provisions of boundary thereof 27.74 ',
invitations are being sent. All NOTICEOF March 28, 1985.P.rsonel that I I. DOLPH E. REDDISH A parcel of 'land containing Section 4 (b) of Uniform feet to an Intersection
friends and relatives are invited to APPLICATIONOn Representative as sheriff of Bradford 9.5 acres, more Standard Bill of lading. with an Easterly prolongation
: James W. Gill. or less. lying In the NEVi GATOR FREIGHTWAYS of the
attend. A reception will follow im- County Florida Northerly ;
mediately after the ceremony. 1 3/08/1985. S.A. Jr., P.O. Box 1331. under ond by virtue of of the NEV4 of Section 34, INC. boundary of the R/W
1a MORRIS. Rt. I I. Box 11.Brooker. Keystone Heights, FL Writ of Execution to-wit: Township 6 South Range Carrier. of Thomas Street; thence
FL 32622. mod 32656. Execution issued out 22 East Bradford County 3/21 2tchg 3/28 South 89 clog.... 35
Duplication for water use Attorney, for Personal of County Court of Florida. Said parcel minutes and 16 seconds
,-" permit 2-85-O0027 for an Representative: ThomasC. Alochua County Florida being more particularly NOTICE West along said Easterly
average doily O'Boorton, 818 Barnett pursuant to a Final Judgment described as follows: OF INTENTIONTO prolongation. 16.96 feet
Terri Lynn Massey withdrawal of 0.0698 Bonk Building. Jackson for ASSOCIATES Commence at the NE REGISTER to a concrete monument
Michael D.Andrews !million gallons per day villa Florida. Telephone: FINANCIAL SERVICES comer of said NE Y. OF FKrtWCHJS NAME located:! at the Intersection
from ground water ((904)) 3S6-2O2I. CO. OF FLORIDA. INC., NE'and run N 8838W. Pursuant to"Section of said Northerly
located:! in Section 11.Townthlp 3/28 2tchg 4/04 and against ARNOLD C. along the North.rly 865.09. Florida Statute; boundary with the
Starke Woman's Club 07 South NOTICE OFSHERIFf'S BRICE JR. and SUSAN M. boundary thereof 798.00 notice is hereby given Westerly boundary of'
Range 19 East Bradford BRICE. defendants, in the feet. Thence S I'43'E. that the undersigned. the R/W of Old Lawtey
Bridge-Card Party County, Florida, for SALE amount of SI.440.23 plus 45.55 feet to a concrete BETTY a JAMES CUTS. Rood; thence North 0
agricultural u.... Notice is hereby given interest with monument 'located on 623 10 !
Friday, March 29 that I, Dolph E. Reddish.as tog.th.r the Plnewood. Sta" ., degrees minutes and
Written Southerly boundary ,
objection or costs of collection. Florida joint owners doIng 31 seconds East, olong
sheriff of Bradford
comment on this application Have seized and havein of the ROW of State Rood business under the said Westerly boundary,
The Woman's Club of Starke will County Florida under
be filed 230. for POB. From POB firm
may my possession the name of THE BOOT foot to an Iron
host a luncheon and/or dessert card and by virtue of Writ of thus described
with the Governing described continueS STORE for
following personal STARKE SHOE pipe Point of beginn
party on Friday, March 29, at the Boord of the Suwonnee Execution to-wit issued: property to-wit: 143' E. 765.00 feet REPAIR. 120 E. Call St., ing. From Point of Beginning I
clubhouse. River Wot.r Manage- of Execution out 1975 FORD PICKUP. more or less, to the Northerly Sta",.. Fla., 32091. Intends thus described continue
Card-playing will begin at 10 a.m. merit District Route 3, County Court of Bradford I.D. No. FI5YNX01007. boundary of the to register said fictitious North 0 degrees,
with luncheon served at noon for Box 64, Liv. Oak. Fl County pursuant to As the property of the ROW of o graded county name under the 10 minutes and 31
those who desire at a cost of $5. If 30260 until 4/15/1985. a Final Judgment for above named defendant road commonly known aforesaid statute. seconds East along sold
something lighter appeals to you, I tc Kg 3/28 BANK and against ARTHUR and that on Monday, the as Wilson Rood. ThenceIn Dated:! this 18th day of Westerly boundary,
dessert only will be offered at 12:30: 15th of April. 1985 at a Northwesterly direction March. 1985 In Bradford 79.29 feet to an Iron
I.*ura Lynn McKlnney p.m. for 91.50. Card-playing will continue IN THE CIRCUIT COURT D.MARILYN THORNTONAND S.THORNTONdd.ndants. 2.00 p.m. on said day on along last aforesaid County. plpe.thence; South i>9degrees.
Brian Davis throughout the afternoon. FOR BRADFORD COON- the premises the Brad Northerly' boundary 3/21 4tchg4/lt 92 minute and
TY. FLORIDA PROBATE ford County Jail', I will offer 670.00 feet more or 37 seconds West, 100.0
DIVISION In the amount of .less, to the Westerly
Laura McKinney, for sale and sell to feet to a concrete monument -
Fil.Number 85-28.CP 1639.29 plus interesttogether .boundary 01 sold.,ME.li_ UNITED STATES
Starke Woman's Club the highest bidder forcosh ; thence South 0
Brian DavisTo
with ofcollect' DISTRICT COURT
Division 1.3623 costs of NE %; thence N 17
: in hand the obov.d."rlbt degrees, 10 minute and:
Wed April 12 Exec. Board MeetingThe '-. property of W, along sold Westerly MIDDLE DISTRICTOF 31 seconds West,
Have seixed and have FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF said defendant to satisfy boundary 540.64 feet to parallel' with sold
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey B. McKInney executive board of theWoman' JAMES W. GILL, In my possession the the aforesaid Execution' the Southerly boundary JACKSONVILLE DIV. Westarly boundary '
announce the and Club of Starke will bold a Deceased following described personal DOLPH E. REDDISH of the ROW of State Rood 79.80 feet to on Iron
engagement approaching to-wit COURT NO.
property 230. aforesaid
marriage of their business-only meeting at 1 p.m. at 1982 Ford Fairmont., BRADFORD COUNTY. ; Htenc.Ino 84571OVJ12UNITED pipe; thence North 89
the clubhouse on Wednesday April NOTICE Fla. Easterly direction degrees, 35 minute and
daughter Laura Lynn, to Brian I.D. No.
due with the Holy ADMINISTRATION 3/21 4tchg 4/11 along said South.rly 16 seconds
3, to the conflict East parallel
Allen Davis, son of Mrs. Bonnie ABP21B9CA121856 boundary and along the STATES OF
Davis of Brooks and Carl Davis of Week services. These changes are as the of the AMERICA with said Northerly
: The administration of property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT arc of a curve concave to
Lake City. for this meeting only. the ettate of JAMES W. above named defendantand FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. the North and having a Plaintiff the boundary Point,of 100.0 feet to
The wedding will take place Friday GILL deceased. File that on Monday the FLORIDA radius of 1IS59.2 foot vsWILLIAM Beginning,
evening, April 12,at 7:30 p.m. at Number 85-28-CP Is 15th day of April. 1989. CIVIL DIVISION 191 M feet, as measured S. JEFFERSON at public to the
the First Baptist Church of Starke. pending In the Circuit at 2:00 p.m. on said dayon CASE NO. 89-2 along a chord having a SYLVIA E. JEFFERSON highest and best bidder
All friends and relatives are in- ijOUfiGBrian Court for Bradford County the premises of the bearing of S W36'S5"E.to and PAMELA C. JEFFERSON for cash at the hour of .
vited to attend. Florida Probate Division Bradford County Jail I COMMUNITY STATE the end of said curve. 12:00
noon on April 17.
the address of will offer for sale and BANK Thence S 0990 E, along Defendants.NOTICE. 1965 at the front door '
which Is Bradford County sell to the highest bidder OF STARKE:, Plaintiff.vs said Southerly boundary. entrance .
Matthew Plenum Courthouse, Starke. for cash. m hand' the 130.86 feet to the POe. OF SALE of the Bradford!.
Candy Stripers to Hold Florida' 32091. Th.. abov. dasulhod property JOHNNIE B.THOMPSON. At public sale to the County Courthouse at
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Plemons names and addresses of of said defendant to ALMA J. THOMPSON highest bidder for cash.at Notice Is I hereby given Starke. Florida. I
Bake Sale SaturdayThe of Starke announce the birth of a the personal' representative satisfy the aforesaid Ex SEARS ROEBUCK AND the front door of ttie that pursuant to a Final Dated March 6, I.*,. ,
born March 14 and the pe"Ir.pr..ntotl" / '-. COMPANY. HI Bradford County Courthouse Judgment entered on Richard L.Cox Jr.
Candy Stripers of Bradford son.Gainesville.Brian Matthew, .'. attorney Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff NEIGHBOR ENTERPRISES In S.arke. February 21. 1985 by the United State Marshal
Hospital Inc. will bold a bake sale hi are set forth Bradford County. Florida 'INC., d/b/a HI' _Fjoridauon the 4thday of above entitled Court In Middle. District,
Saturday March 30. at Bradford Maternal grandparents are below. 3/21 Mchg4/11 NEIGHBOR WHOLESALE April. 1985. between 11 the above styled cause, Of Florida,
Square Shopping Center. and Mrs. Donald Cayton of St. All Interested persons COMPANY CAPITAL a.m. and 2 p.m. the undersigned United ,

Candy Stripers will meet Monday, Augustine. Paternal grandparents or. required:! to fll. with NOTICE Of ASSOCIATES INC.. GILBERT S. BROWN States Marshal or any of Dorothea leone .,
April l at the Hospital Library. are Barbara Gordon of Gainesville this court WITHIN THREE SPECIALOECTIOH BARNETT BANK OF CLERK OF SAID COURT his duly authorized Assistant United
and J.T. Plemons of Maryville, MONTHS OF THE FIRST JACKSONVILLE. N.A.. By Foye N. Whitohood deputies will' sell' the States AttorneyAttornvy ,
Tenn. Paternal great grandparentsare PUBLICATION OF THIS STATEWIDE COLLECTION Deputy derk property situate In Bradford voc Plaintiff i
Mr. and Mrs. Abide LaCombe of NOTICE: ((1)) all claims NOTICE IS HEREBY CORPORATION. EDWARD 3/211tdg 4/11 County Florida' 3/111tcg 4/4
,Flat Rock, N.C.Katharine against the estate and GIVEN that the Town of S. TRUPPMAN. --- described as:
hold M.D.. Trustee, and RANDY PARCEL 7: A parcel of
((2)) any objection by an Breaker will a NOTICE
Guest SpeakerAt Marie HardemanMr. 'Interested person on Special Election for the MILLER In his capacity land In the 1% of NEK of I I
Union PrimitiveElder wham this notice was Office of Town Marshalon as Executive Directorof Notice hereby given SEV4 of NESS of Section' ,
and Mrs. Steve Hardeman of served that challenges Tuesday. May 21. The Department of that on Monday April 1. 28 Township 6 South,
Gary Parks of Bear Creek Gainesville announce the birth of a the validity of the will! 1989. Candidate may ...._. Defendants. 195, at 10:00 o'clock Range 22 East." In the CIty I
Association. North Carolina, will be daughter. Katberine Marie born the qualifications of th.J Qualify for this office AM., the undersigned of Starke, Bradford
General personal representative; from Monday. April 1 NOTICE OF SALE GATOR FREJGHTWAYS. County Florida; sold ri
0' guest speaker April' 2 at Union March 23 in Alachua
venue, or Jurisdiction of through Saturday April MC, will Mil. at public parcel being more particularly 4.i t (f
Primitive Baptist Church, located Hospital.'Maternal 6. Hall., NOTICE .Is described M
the court. 1989 at Town h.r.by auction for cash at 3J731 os
Ife miles west of Hwy is on C-233, grandparents are Mr. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS during usual business given that pursuant to Commonwealth A...., foIlows.J ;.. '
with services beginning at 7 p.m. and Mrs. W.E. Tilley and great NOT SO FILED Hours. the Final' Judgment ,....,fDffi1l1o. Fla.. _
Everyone cordially invited to attend grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 'WILL BE FOREVER BAR. LINDA ROBINSON entered In case number lot cI"furniture (solos) eomno.. an Iran .
and bear this entertaining bie Sharer, all of Starke. Paternal I RED. TOWNCLERX 89-2 In the Circuit Court (Freight No. pipe faceted ,at the SC
speaker. Come worship with us grandparents Mr. and Mn. Tom Publication/ of this' 3/313tchg3/2 .for Bradford County .PRI-'OOWO'I consigned com;;"oTsaldf!M* and .

Elder James M. Land Jr. Hardeman of Gainesville. i Notice has begun on Florida I will' sell the 'to -rk, Mleml I run North 0 ...... 06 :.1! ..

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March 28, IMS TELEGRAPH .pfA 1

I Alpha Nu, DKG, Has Program On Physical HandicapsAlpha Items of InterestSt. i I!

Nu Chapter of the Delta Brooker Elementary kindergarten covered with a pale lavender cloth Parties Honor
Kappa Gamma Society Interna teacher, explained how she teaches centered with a handcrafted Easter Mark's Members St.Corned Engaged Couple '
had a prograeon physical this subject and showed the egg and other symbols of Spring. beef and cabbage and
handicaps at Tuesday members a video tape she had madeof Punch and finger foods were served. Attend 'My'\ Fair Lady'A other delicious dishes were enjoyed Cindy Norman and Scott Roberta
.flight.March 19,at the Lake Butler her students and their experiencewith Hostesses for the occasion were by all. The group sang Irish songs whose marriage will be an event of
Middle School. people having physical han Lonita McGill, Frances White, Martha .group of members from St. and played bingo. We meet every April 27 were each honored at parties
President Janet Walters presided dicaps. Riherd, Kathryne Epperson and Mark Episcopal Church attended Tuesday from 12 noon to 3 p.m. In the past week.
over the business meeting after a Marjorie Driggers. services at All Souls Church in Man- Bring a brown bag each Tuesday Monday night a kitchen and
devotional given by Rhonda Harrell. The refreshment table was darin on Sunday and then enjoyed except the third Tuesday of each bathroom shower was given for Miss
President Walters urged membersto brunch and the performance of 'My month is a covered dish luncheon. Norman by Mrs.Steve Backus,Mn.
send in their reservations for the Billy lioatick Fair Lady' at the Alhambra Theaterin Coffee and tea are served.Come and Steve Cubbedge, Ms. Cert Thomp-
Mu State Golden Anniversary Convention Jacksonville. join the fun. BOn Mrs. James Todd Jr. and Mrs.
to be held in Orlando April Enroute home they toured historic. Richard! Welty at the home of the lat
1921. Set to Raise Funds Church of Our Saviour at Mandarin. ter in Country Club Estates. .
Mona Canova and Marjorie Thom- r Attending were Mrs. Ray Stanwix- A pink and white color motif was
son led the members in an Irish For Hay and daughter, Jane, Mrs. Len- In GorgloT carried out in the decorations. Pink
songfest.This was followed by a program Heart-Lung TransplantA wood Bobo and daughter, Yvonne, Marcia Goodg Leave and white baby's breath and leather
conducted by the Professional Mrs. Walter Richardson, Mrs. BCT for Greener Pastures leaf fern encircled the cake and
Affairs Committee on teaching" benefit rummage sale will be held this Saturday to help raise James Blackshear,Mrs. Use Griffis, punch bowl and were flanked by
kindergarten students about handicapping funds for heart and lung transplant candidate Billy Bostick. The Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mr. Miss Marcia Goodge left Saturday pink candles in silver holders. Two
conditions. Gail Cook, sale will be held from 8 to 5 at the old Texaco station across from and Mrs. Thomas Dwyer, Mr. and for Fort Valley, Ga. where she has antique bride dolls were at focal
Winkler Electric Service on U.S. 301. Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. accepted a Job with The Fort Valley" points.The.
Billy is the son of Pamela Sundman of Islamorade and the grandson Mac Baldwin and James Holly. Leader-Tribune as ad sales hostesses presented the
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grove of Keystone Heights. The manager and photographer.Marcia honoree with a serving piece of her
SIBERIAN 14-year-old boy recently returned from Children's Hospital in Pitt- who was a staff writer for china and a treeterweding
HUSKIESBlue sburg, Pa., where physicians confirmed that a heart-lung Senior Citizens CelebrateSt. the Telegraph, was given a surprise cake made out of bath
Eyed Pure Bred transplant is the only remedy for his congenital heart defect. Patrick's Day going-away luncheon last Wednes- towels.
Only 4 Left 8 Weeks Old Medical expenses for such an operation could run as high as day in the staff dining area of the Among the 30 guests attending bet-
Already had shots & worming. $500,000, the grandparents said,and the first$150,000 must be placed The Bradford County Senior shop where she was presented with ween the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. were
Compare in an escrow account before the patient's name will be added to a Citizens Club met Tuesday, March two parting gifts and a appropriately the honoree's mother and sister,
MIKE'S PRODUCE96470022 list of active candidates. A trust fund has also been set up for Billy 19, for a covered dish luncheon at the decorated cake.END Mrs. Glen Norman and daughter,
301 South of Slarke 2 miles at the Kevstone---- State Bank- for the convenience of donors.. Starke Recreation Center on Pratt Sherrie, mother and the, Mrs.prospectivegroom's George

Roberts, Jr. .

OF MONTH Scott Roberts was given a stag
I oyster roast Saturday afternoon,
March 23 by Rick Johns, John Den-
mark and Joe and John Valinsky at
the home of the latter on South
MARCH Street.
Thirty men attended the party in
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUGSTORE SALE 1 2 the Valinsky backyard between the
,: 112 13 14 IS 16 11II111II hours of 2 and 6 p.m.
Sale Prices good thru Sat.. March 30th 10 10 fl 1
See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you You KnowMrs.

II A.J. Barry gave a double birthday -
-- RECEIVE dinner party Friday night at
the Press Box Restaurant in
; ,1 PHOTOPROCESSINCCOUPON SYSTEM 2 III Gainesville for her son,Drew Barry,
h( and Jay Godwin who were
.t fir WITH PURCHASE. celebrating the occasion. Eight
family members and friends attended. -
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vy,. era.ar ewca.rt i Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby spent
I MNIW Iwlk Epp. tt! Friday to Wednesday visiting Mr.
1L and Mrs. Milton Patterson in Mon-
: J 1v ;.-: I tgomery, Ala. and Major and Mrs.

EE&I ___ :_ __ / N \ a w ti' i 'MO Mickey Dansby in Prattville, Ala.

I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gullic of
pas aere Gainesville spent the weekend with
her father, Merrill Struth, who gavea
bJQ) I birthday cookout for Mrs. Gullic
L p M -. Saturday night. The honoree's
-------- -- sister, Martha Struth,also attended.Mrs. .

2 27 Or SHAMPOO PRELL16-OZ PERT 1S-OZ. [ 25 O C I Reg.PANTYHOSE NONSENSE ENTIRE 169 STOCK to 3 59 I 2/83joIRISHSPRING: I 9 9 C CANDIES ASSORTED BRACK'S EASTER 2/3 OOASSOIlTED IIII over visited the. her James weekend sister,Otto Mrs.and also L.A.of Seminole attended Canoya.


Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa was
S' I visiting her son-in-law and daughter,
Z Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Jr., the
past ten days.

I r <( ; ; I'c' Mrs.. Janet Turner attended an
I ) engagement party Saturday night
ENWO_ ": 'orlQfol-. for her daughter Miss Kay Turner,
:: :; and fiance, Thom ,
Lloyd given by
_ __ m y.A ee Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. Brett Flick in Jacksonville.The .
2.OI.SOLID Regs to 1.29 ECG4-OZ.
Duplicate Bridge Club results for
,. March 19 were: first -Lora Francis
I and Jen Tyrholm; second-Mike and
Mable Faikel; third Jack and
Louise Burnette; fourth Betty Riddle
and Lucile Green.

Mrs. John Griffin, Miss Lillian
au Stump and Mrs. W.H. Thomson at-
"" '':', '':" II tended the funeral of a cousin, Mary
xmsiwiwn ,
v PageBrydon McLean on Wednesday
: in Danville, Va.

y 6-OZ. Mrs. Gill Powell and Mrs. Mary
SHORTS Reg.7.99 be needed In eg 5U9 Regs to 2.99 Reg.1.99 1111II1 Graham and grandson of Chieflandwere
some markets. Sunday overnight guests of
Mrs.J.G. Jackson.
n n ,
1 l rod' nglllq.I .
I I Mrs. R.F. McLendon visited her
sister,Mrs. Nell McDonell and family -
.. in Temple Terrace last Monday to
-- rrt I Sunday.Mr. .

.:., FDS i /e z r and Mrs. Robbie Shaller were
: h y L ;r, I in Jacksonville Sunday visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Ogden Bates.

c _
Mrs.Marcia Welch and children of
to 30'1SFLAVORS r / 0T-J01 .- / STENCIL KIT J BASKETS 1 with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. O.L.
Johnson Reg.2.99 OFF Reg.69 to 2.69 Haynes, Jr. ,

Mrs. Marc Jackson at-
Mr. and
I tended Pastor's School in Ham-
mond, Ind. last week along with a
group from Clay Baptist Church of
Orange Park.

Mrs. J.G. Jackson, Mrs. Ila Rain
and Mrs. Bernice Kennard were
visiting relatives in Montgomeryand
I Elba, Ala. and Cochrin and
,' Douglas, Ga. last week.
', I.V9PERMKIT 14.99'". PLAYMATE 15.99 STRAP CHAIR 74.S82407R61NLL /1.IQOAECORATING 99 V or SKIPPER Cara Kaye Hardenbrook five-
U COOLER CHAISE 29.99 BUNNY 5.75-OZ. year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
10.99 = ........ eg.18.99 KIT....79- Rey.1.29 Mark Hardenbrook, returned home

Monday after being confined in
: ; I II Shand's Hospital for a week.

Ed Hudson is in intensive care in
the Lake City VA Hospital.

H.L. Chancey and Mrs. John
/ Greene were in Tampa Monday of
I OA II last week visiting Mary, Melissa,
.I and Raymond Chancey.Mrs. .

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CASSETTEPLAYER I I iom I her brother-in-law and sister. Dr.
I TYPES MW1 23.88 *US-001 leg.t99 Reg.12.99 and Mrs.Harold Glee in Murray,Ky.
where Dr. Glee had open heart

.j NEW I Y FOR A GOOD LOOK CHOOSEECKERD'S Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Peterson of
$< > Silver Spring Md. left Tuesday after
SYSTEM 2 a weeks visit with his slater Mrs.
t BABY? .
J FOR KODAK k1Gibson.
... ,1 a] I'' ... Sophia Parson, mother of Dr.
Join our FREE Baby Bundle Club & u QUALITY l L Phillip Parson of Keystone Height, .
save up to 10% on many essential I and Allle Mae Klrkland Starke are .
!, nursery products ,& prescriptions for new residents of Norma's Homg

.' your new baby. .Y

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parents with the suggestion that them Injprocesslon to and from the Church In Willis ton.
'they be lit on anniversaries of the I Liturgy. Gene Powell served as Included in the morning business
Revival SetMonday St. Edwards N wsInfants baptisms. acolyte; Maura O'Neal was the lector session were reports from affiliationpresidents
The parents were also given the ; ushers were Romeo Parade and and commission
Saturday ChristenedOn baptismal cloths placed on the Tom Mixon. The organist was Antoinette chairmen on accomplishments during -
children during the baptism. These Cass and Gent Phillips was the past year. Information was
Pleasant Hope C.M. Church, Sunday, March 17, Father were handmade by Antoinette Cora song leader. the St. Augustine Diocesan
located across from S ft W Muffler Joseph Finlay, pastor, was the and Betty Dazinskf In the name of St. Before receiving Communion the Council of Catholic Women Convention
Shop Hwy 301 N. will host a revival celebrant at the baptism in St Edward's Edward's Altar Society.They are Inscribed cbUdrenesentecI white carnationsto scheduled for May S, 8 and 7 at
beginning Palm Sunday: March 31. Catholic Church of two new with baptismal and other their parents. Jacksonville's Airport Holiday Inn.
Evangelist W.J. Thornton will parishioners. sacramental symbols with the in Following the ceremony a recep-- Guests were also Invited to attend
speak.Services. The daughter of Gerald and ants name and date of baptism. ties was held in the parish hall for the NCCW Convention to be held in
Evang.Mercer, Shaw are held each Sunday LeeAnne Dampier was christened First Communion the First Communicants their ,,Orlando in October.
morning at 11 a.m.and Sunday even- Stacey Brooke. grandparents, Father Joseph Finlay, pastor, families and friends.Two decorated
Revival Set ing at 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday Victor and.Carol AshUne, served as celebrated a special Mass at St Ed- cakes In the form of crosses were on
services will begin at 7:30 godparents.The ward's on Sunday, March 24, when either side of the ceremonial cake
At First Bapt. Church nightly. Kathleen daughter of Richard and eight young parishioners received made In the shape of an open Bible Attending the meeting from St.
There will be a Easter egg hunt Jernigan was christened their First Holy Communion. They and Inscribed with the names of the Edward's were Altar
Revival services will be held this and dinner after services (Easter Kathleen Marie. Laurence Hoffklns were Virginia Belmarez Gary Hen- communicants. Fruit punch was dent Muriel Society
Sunday,Mar.31,at the First Baptist Sunday) April 7. and Patricia Hoffkins are her god- drix,Molly O'Neal,Enrique Vargas also served. Ashlinek Mary Brown,Betty Darin-
Church in Starke. Evangelist Everyone welcome Pastor J. parents. Gustavo Vargas, Kim Wall Chris Parishioner Attend ski, Antoinette COBS, Mary Hume -
Mercer Shaw will sing and preach in Harris. Baptismal candles used during! the Wall and FaUna Yott McGinn. Deanery Meeting ries. Josephine Cumber, Kay
all three worship services Sunday: ceremony were presented to the Debbie Connaughton, who The Spring Gainesville Deanery Richards Antoinette Stefanelli,
8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. prepared the children,accompanied Meeting was held Thursday, March John Wadovsky,Peggy Shifter,Jen-
Songs and messages will be differentat .. 21, at the Holy Family Catholic nie Shaffer and Dolores Keng.4rGet .
all three services. Everyone is in- Ib--- ..- --III
vited to attend both the morning services -
as well as the Sunday evening

service.Evangelist Mercer Shaw has servo
ed 33 years in full-time Christian service 20 LBS.Of
The last eight years have beenas
a full-time evangelist. He has
served as soloist and music leader .
for state, national, and world con
ventions.He has served as soloist for
Evangelism Conferences in
Oklahoma, Louisiana, Florida, and

Georgia.Pastor Ben Bryant and the con
Food For
gregation of Starke First Baptist
Church extend to all a cordial invitation
to enjoy the singing and
preaching ministry of Evangelist
Mercer Shaw this Sunday.


Methodist Church Cash -_ Dl1/1dend --7 Cash -., C4sh
Dividend t /JendDividend)) _
Will Present '

Stations of the Cross 'ec3 Spedat SpecialHUNTS Special

r Have you ever wondered what it PANTRY PRIDE
would be like if you bad been in ICEBERG GRADE "'A"
Jerusalem during the first Holy CLOROX
Good Friday evening from 7:30: to
8:30: you can be there. LETTUCE BLEACH
Some of the youth and adults of the EGGS SAUCE
First United Methodist Church in LARGE HEAD ONE GALLON
Starke will be re-enacting some of the ONE DOZEN 1502 CAN ,
I events of Holy Week.
I Four scenes; The Last Supper,The i ;
Crucifixion, The Closed Tomb and
I The Open Tomb, will be portrayed for
one hour on April 6th.
Drive north on Walnut Street for the
I realistic effect. In front of the sanctuary -
I in the open court yard and in
front of Fellowship Hall, church
members will re-enact these scenes.
Many people have been Involved as
electrians carpenters, artists .
seamstresses and actors, or with
stage setting and props to make this a _
realistic and meaningful experiencefor

the community. _
Drive slowly on Walnut Street or i
park and walk Bring your friendsto ,
help make:toe real ineeningof .. -
( Easter come a ve to yod. GROCERY WE SELL ''IaJ '
U.s DA ; Ofoice: ....." t.1!

Easter CantataAt

1st MethodistA .
35 voice choir will present MEAT '''
!- _,
"Easter Celebration" in the sanc- '
tuary of the First United Methodist ,- "
Church at 7:30 p.m.on Palm Sunday,
March 31. 'I'iiii
I The cantata will be under the direction -
I of Bill McRae with Gene Folsomas MR. BIG -
reader and Ada Reddish as pianist. FABDETERGENT
Several members of the choir will be PAPERNAPKINS a \\
featured as soloists during the perfor- I
The cantata is music and arrangements WESTERN CORN FED WHOLE BNLS. BOTTOM

1 by Ralph Carmichael $179 $149
Jimmy Owens,Jack Coleman,Jamie 490Z 300 FRESH PORK ROUND
Owens Collins and others. BOX COUNT
The event is sponsored by the UMrr-1 _
Gilbert Goldwire Music Fund and is RED CHEEK PICNICS ROAST '

free to the public.Candlelight APPLE JUICE . 1.49 : :
:/ ) =: 'iP.altr\J.Pr\ d
WRAP . sa1.39 ,n" ;


First Christian Church of Starke OR SUGAR FREE
will have a candlelight communion GINGER ALE . LIfER'TWO .89 '' POUND BEEF
service Thursday April 4, at 7 p.m. SAVE XT PER LB SAVE$12)PER LB
Please come and join in this service.St. DIET PEPS ORPEPSI

Mark's Women SLICED $149 ]
Have Lenten Program

President Mrs. Herbert Thomas
I presented a on The Gloryof
Lent at the meeting of the Womenof "
St. Mark's on Wednesday morning FRESH PORK LARGE MEATY .
N1110"0 '
March 20, in the Parish House. -. ,tr' SPARE RIBS $139 TURKEYDRUMSTICKS SLBAva 3 9..
Mrs. Flossie Prescott gave the .
worship and devotional program us- MR.BK3BATHROOM MR BIG EXCELLENT FOR COOKOUTS PKO.UAOA

ing as her subject The Last Days of PAPER TOP CHOCS!FAMLY SEE PKO.HC ,
Week services when the St. Mark's
Women will serve luncheon on Tues
day, April 2. .a1.19wolANDarna '
Mrs. Thomas announced the Spring
Retreat of the Episcopalian !,
churchwomen will be held at Camp ROLLS ROLLS DNe IN( 2 LII !
Week April 12-14: and will be led by WILD SAUSAGES. 3S1.60 SAUSAGE u1.19ewaareelersftnonPAT7 =2.40
The Ven. Sam Hardman. Memberswere UNCLE BENS RICE 21.29 >a
to make reservations.
urged KOSHER Oft POLMI -

,Did You Know........... KtImJ t=COOKIES aSS1.49
School Class entertained class ,
member Iva Smith at a belated birthday HAM QUARTERS t&R
luncheon Tuesday at the Cedar

River Restaurant.Miss ., a tl'It $129 .59139"

Jean Mundy of Tallahasseewas ;:... HALF
break.home last week during Spring -JQtJp 1] 9 POUND Plea


Mrs. Jennings Rodgers of Ocala DOWNY FRTTOTAY HORMB.BPCSD HALF POUND RICOTTA DeE 2.80 'I1DI HDr on nF Aft .
SAIlAQE . 1.
.. ., woz -
was Wednesday of last week guest of FABRIC LUNCHEON MEAT 1.29 .un. ..
Mr. and Mrs.Ben Rowland. POTATO CHIPS nl1I Mrs 6AUVB .:...:a MC2 1.4tt OWALTMTY
OR IIaJR a cz .
Leon Conner celebrated his 85th PUWUVMfV WWUKBVLYKCSFRUmS
birthday Saturday at a luncheon-- 'C W7'a'ftoOHUTS' 12/1.79 =-- ace 1.79 sear 1.99 .
party at the home of his son-in-law $249 99 iris NNSBTS POTATCH MACAMMSALADoNooustAw
and daughter, Rev and Mrs. Gene 7.cz. QOVEMET DIPS tot .89 oar ..695srAHK& ."
Peterson In Lake City\with approxImately BAG ,
30 friends and relatives at- -
tending.. 430 WEST MADISON STREET, ... .



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..MarchZ8.1t85' TELEGKATHiradf ._

t: ord Garage Owner Promises To Stop. Operation, I

Trying to avoid a law suit,Zoning .vehicles at his residence. after which Abrano would be allowed Abrano garage and parked vehicleswas awakened his young daughter early comply wiQrtonlng regulatleos.'Its
Director L.M. Gaines Invited Gaines gave the background. to give his version of the situa lowering the value of his property In the mornings.Medina said no fUrQmr rcmrteilmn ttmiM
William Abrano to bear complaints Ahrano received permlulon from lion and chasing away buyers. said Ahrano should have be made and Abrano should be forced
from Us neighbor concerning his the County Zoning Board in 1972 to to'sign something guaranteeing be to clean up his Cox: said can
repair. garage operation at his operate a garage repair shop to Neighbors Object.. Broken Promises... using his residence as a were parked en both +ajdea of the
Lake.residence on SR-21B at Santa Fe work on bis own vehicles. Gaines Carlos Medina was the first of He said Ahrano had been approached commercial operation and remove roadway last weekend and be had -
said neighbors complained that three neighbors to state Abjections to about the problem and had the numerous parked vehicles. difficulty getting through because of
After more than 90 minutes of Ahrano was working on vehicles Ahrano's garage. He began by com- promised to clean up the place, but Charles Norton said he lives 400 the traffic congestion.NonComplaince..
complaints, explanations andcounterattacks other than his own and numerous plimenting Ahrano as a good those promises had been broken.He yards down the road and many of his
Abrano promisedto cars and trucks were parked on his neighbor and he wasn't attacking, said Ahrano had begun visitors ask why a "junk yard" Is ...
stop working _on other people'sPECANS property. him as a bad person. building a fence around his property showed in his neighbor oodh Harold Hill Isn't a neighbor buTte
-- -_ WE NEED Galnes said a letter was sent to Medina said that over the three to hide what was going on Inside,but said members of the Santa Fe Lake
Ahrano in December stating that his years since he moved next door to the commercial repair operation Eyesore...? Dwellers Association, which be
zoning didn't allow a full scale Ahrano, the number of vehicles be- should not be allowed to continue. Norton said the garage which beads, have talked to him about the
Paying up to SO per Ib. garage and operating a commercial ing repaired at the garage had in Medina said Ahrano was running a started as a hobby had grown into an problem. Hill said Abrano Is
BRDNQ BY ANYTIME repair shop his residence was creased. full scale garage with all the noise eyesore which detracted from the operating a garage where there
CASH MMEHATELY Illegal. Medina said he was trying to sell and traffic congestion that accom- residential area. shouldn't be one and the non-
MIKE'S PRODUCE At that point, the zoning board his house and prospective buyers panies such an operation He said "Q.E.! Cox said he didn't understand 'compliance should be cited and stop
964.7002 chairman Allen Richardson asked
had questioned the neighbor having noise from the machines and whyragal action hadn't already been
301 >MtlH ot SKart 2 nnllm for comments from the. neighbors, too many cars around. He said the engines being tuned had often taken against Ahrano for falling to Speaking In response, William

Ahrano said it had been 15 years
since he submitted plans for the
garage to the zoning board and gained
THE 20 LBS OF FOOD CONSIST OF: AND THREE FILLED approval to have a repair shop

5 LB BAG DIXIE CRYSTALS SUGAR CASH DIVIDEND and of his lift own at his equipment.residence to take care

5 LB BAG MARTHA WHITE FLOUR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. "Over the past three years things

10 LB BAG ALL PURPOSE have gotten out of hand" be said.
f He said thieves had taken $30.000
WHITE POTATOES ( worth of his tools from commercial
shops operated In Gainesville and
I I I I Jlii i l Melrose. He said be moved the toolsto
his residence so he could keep a
closer on them with his
m ', eye
pllNl ll"II' nearby to avoid more thefts.He said
be couldn't afford a night watchmanat
the previous locations.

nly. Will Relocate...

P rih'v Ahrano said he would bet
relocating his commercial operation:
I on commercial land be owns In
Alachua County, but it may take up
to a year to get that accomplished.
C sh Cash "f -
f as He said customers had followed
idertd Dividend ) Di ,:". ) ( Dividend ) him from previous locations and
wouldn't let anyone but him work on
Specia1 their cars.
He attacked his neighbors for;
friends over last weekend. He said
HOUSE they parked their cars on the'road
DISH COTTAGESAUSAGE because there wasn't enough room
i In his yard for all of tb/fo. He said
DETERGENT COFFEE other residents had-tftyw the same
thing and added thafMedina had
25' OFF LA8EL 1&OZ HOTOROILD ALL GRINDS changed the oil in Ws family car at
I fd 22.oZ 1 LB CAN his residence. .

Says WJ11'Stop...
Ahrano said he would stop doing''
work on anyone's vehicles except his
own at his residence.
Chairman Richardson emphasized -
ac. I that Ahrano was out of com
eoT si pliance with zoning regulations and
expected to cease working on
vehicles that weren't his own.
Medina said he wanted a written
unaM i i commlttment from Ahrano, but
Richardson said the verbal agreement
\ CN'IESf' was the best the board could
said he had talked with
I Ahrano at length about the consequences
of legal action which the
\ t{ w +M'q ? A,,.'. ,,oti w r-r 4d ,' am/ '+,,q"FZ < zoning board would file against him
if he continued operating illegally. ,

Sharp Words...
Some sharp wordo were exchanged
; ed Ahrano and Medaina, but the
, P DDI CamBAKERY Cnaicman Richardson put a stop to
that as he earUt had done when
/ Ahrano and'Cgx c-exchanged com-
a : .. ments.
P With the vertaL promise from
c WHITE BREAD Ahrano, the chairmajrmoved to the
next matter of business..and the 10
persons present to discuss the "il

t .... 3/$149 legal" garage left the roonv.
.: :, I '.j 2Q.OZ'r Outside Exchange...

----- __,. i-. _r LOAVES In the hall outside,Ahrano verbally -
\.- _- PACK attacked Medina for bringing the
"- PANTRY PRIDE HAMBURGER OR complaint. He said some of what he

j FRESH LARGE STALK HOT DOG BUNS . 31.49 told the board was not true and he
should file a slander suit against
1 OZ

12 PACK PARTY FLAKE ORCLOVERLEAF created by the garage and
ROLLS 21.09 after about five more minutes both
I left the building.
of the office
Janet Turner zoning
I HEAL"IH&BEAUIYAIDSONE closed the door to the meeting room
because of Ahrano's voice was
' $ 29 REGULAR OR disrupting the board's continuing
a P. FOR KIDS meeting.
5ge ] AQUA 4.&OZ



.. FRESH Saving DucksSteel

YELLOWONIONS = 5 9. CALIFORNIA shot may be a little more ex
BROCCOLI ST.IVES a 1MZ BUS)JOJABA, pensive and more difficult to use
TWIN than lead shot, but waterfowl ex-
2.1ieoz4.99 9
SHAMPOOCHOCOLATE ooMOo M. PACK perts believe steel shot requirements -
US. NO. 1 RUSSETT FRESH OR VANILLA will yield more ducks in
BAKINGPOTATOES $179 YELLOWSQUASH 4 9 SUM FAST = . the skies in hunting seasons to come.
1.0 "Unlike lead shot,steel shot Is not
LBBAG PaND AQUA NET MOUSSE..99 poisonous to ducks," said Frank
Montalbano, who coordinates waterfowl -
MSPOSABLE! management for the Game and
GRAPES. . La.99 CARROTS. US .49 Montalbano said ducks, searchingfor
LARGE ANJOQ FlORDAEATINO food, sometimes eat the shotgun
PEARLa.59! WHITE GRAPEFRUIT.. eAa 1.29 6 PACK 12-OZ pellets they find on the ground and in
STROHS NRBTLS.YOUR shallow water. When the pellets are
steel,they don't harm the ducks,but
BEER $1'9 when the pellets are lead, the ducks
EASTER I inside the bird's gizzard,

lead pellets, grit, and food
'- substances are ground together and .
BUNTEt'i LEAN CUISINE"SAVEiSm'" : \SH" ; : mI! the lead is absorbedd into the blood
4 .. .
!'t ;. ,.' stream.Within three weeks,this can
kill or cause extreme sickness from
JELLY BEANS { OR FISH JAROIN 11-OZ 1 COKE, which the birds may never
recover," Montalbano said. "The
1 COKE, TAB, sickness in waterfowl includes

$239 SPRITE, MELLO altered behavior, up to a 40-percent
69A \ weight loss, damage to the heart
160Z ; '9 CHOICE YEu..O OR 1 liver, kidneys, and spleen, destruc-
PKG. a tion of red blood cells and increased
\'vqp MR. 1SUN" susceptibility to disease and
10C1Z PKQ, pea nJMOfr 6 8AU8MMV STEAK 1 "
bacterial infections.
MARSHMALLOW EQGS> ..89'7' SWANSON DINNERS "=1.39 I j The problem with lead poisoning is

1 )DA't'B.J.CIW PM Of w+neMARSt1MALLOW SWANBON asa PREMCH TOAST WITH AU6AOe!OR I not unique to Florida out occurs
t.u.s 1!a: 79''J PANCAKES. ,. . P'AS ..99BOL 1 8 PACK 9 A throughout the United States where
M BAO SLICED BEEF.SAUSBURY.SUCEO TURKEV.CMCKENALA I 9 ... 1 waterfowl frequent the same marsh,
PMnI.! % M"FSSttU MHO,CfEAM CMPPEO+ BEEF OR MACAROM+*CHEESEFREEZER 1 USDEPOSIT I pond or lake year after year where
HS3SHEY QUEEN 2 F1wa 1.00 I Pl waterfowl hunting Is allowed.
Four a rarr M FANUr Based the national of
PER fTEM I on average
iiir TROP1CANA uti+rr. COUPON
40Z I OOOO rFIRU .APttH 1884.ntcm six shots fired duck It Is
RDEQQS PKQ* 69' ORANGE JUICE . ,az1.69 "_ _'::' :: _----II estimated that per 3,000() tons ofieaJ will

I be deposited this year on some of.

aooo WCY M nuarcro COUNTY DUI TO OKI uMM ___........M .::.--...... America's prime wintering groundsfor
1OI.01O-'PQIO WQO.MM'AL..r. ducks, geese and swans. .

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SC 11th STREET! Off SR 100 to the right. 'B3 LINCOLN: 4-door, Signature .erle*. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All

Women. men, and children Ilk.n.w. 16800. Loan value, $16,000. makes cleaned oiled and adjusted
clothing; dishes; electric appliances.tc. 4732214. 11/01 tfn $15. Died swing machine for tale. WANTED KITCHEN CABINET DEALERS
Follow the sign. 964-4966 Fri ft 1912 JEEP CHEROKEE Laroda package. James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. for wood cabinet. Protected territory
Sat. Itpd 3/28 Excellent condition. $9600 call and Hwy. 16 Stark. 964-8733. 1/03 Hn for stocking dealer; you may pick up /rWillc9ar
ESTATI YARD SALE March 29 30. 31. 4732214. 12/13 tfn CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free smaller quantity from our' Plant City
Cloth.., bedroom suite, bunk beds, GOVERNMENT SURPLUS CARS/TRUCKS estimates Fence warehouse EVANS CABINET COMPANY
Handy-Man Co. J
couch chair., end table, lamp. und.r $100. Now available In your Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.329 ((813)) 754.5304.3/28 fcan REALTY
refrigerator Ireeier woher dryer area. Call 1-619-569-0242. 3/14 3tpd Hn MULTI-LEVEL MARKETING, Opportunityto r ; ,

dlhe., dining table and chair, *omeantique 3/28 MACHINE QUILTING Crib to king size. |loin International hydroculture company I
dlihei %-mlleoff 301 1984 TOYOTA 4 WHEEL DRIVEl 5,000 actual
miK. on with proven MLM plan. Party plan
Also have for tale. Assorted
Hwy 18 on Hampton Lake. 4681576. mile*. From ..tat.. Phon. lies and designs.quilts Betty Hlldebrand sales With lucrative results, Become M '!J, CECIA'"' PHONE 964.7776
Itehg 328SATURDAY 964-6471 or 4751338. ALSO Garwy MH successful while helping other I
MARCH Ml 9-?? Clothe. Ideal for camping. 3/212tpd 3/28 964-8122.WANT 6/21 tfnchg TO DRINK beautify their homes with LUWASA UWILUGAR 205 N. Temple Starke I

mall appllanc.., TV sawing machine, 1978 LINCOLN MARK V: Loaded. $ .ooo. THAT YOUR BUSINESS "NO SOIL" PLANT SYSTEM. Call Collect
.hoe*. 301 N. across from Und.rwood 964-7751 after 6 p.m. Itpd 3/28 WANT TO STOP ((305)) -2367.3/28Ican SPECIAL

FARMERS MARKET ROAD: To Laura Baptist Excellent condition. Low mileage. Alcoholics Anonymous log home for over a decade. W* offer PARKING RIGHT LOCATION ON 301 S. EASY AC.
Church Rood. Follow .lgn*. Sat. 8 12,500 mil... 12897353. Itchg 3/28 9i44150f4el949645434pdthrulU you a proven Business Opportunity.
a.m. Priced to lell. Itpd 3/28 1976 BUICK ELECTRA 225 $BOO. Phon. Call Mr. Wallace Free 1-800-643-8344.
Clothe Saturday and Sunday. 719 Ed. 1911 JEEP CJ-7 Larodo packag. Hardtop estimates, prompt service HOME PARK FOR SALE $54,000 AMENITIES.
ward Road. Itchg 3/28 AM/FM, chrom. wheels. 533.2502 down. Income. Great, tax break.
TWO-FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday, after 5. Itchg 3/28 GLASS 468.1119.304tchg CUT TO ORDERi 3/28 Doors, windows, Serious Investors only. 373. 792. Cash .4S4 ACRES Beautiful rolling country. Only $444,0001 Near Columbia Cty.
March 30. 3 Oaks near Country Club '1910 PONTIAC PHOENIX 2 door. auto. flow record down payment In 1V4 line Borders OlusUe Cr.
look for tlgn. ltchg.3/28 Iran. $1,500 or best offer. 4733341. 9646078. Order also taken SUPPLY In Lake year. 3/28 Slpd 4/25 301 FRONTAGE) 8 Ac. Nice home, barn In city priced right. won't last long)
SATURDAY. '.51 At Crosby Lak. St.r_. Itpd 3/28 Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, OWN YOUR OWN J.an-Sportswear, -2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In city $6,000 each. Pinebreeze off Coltey Rd.
tool., ml ic. Itchg 3/28 1983 CHEVY PICKUP $9,000 or assume 473. 973. 2/26 tfn Ladle Apparel Children. Large Size, $21,5001 Single wide with family room added. 2 BR, 1 BA on % Ac.
SATURDAY *TIL TT 100 South to Grlffl payment 964-8171 after 3 p.m. 3/28 PERSONAL TOUCH Need home or Combination, Western Store, Ac. ATTRACTIVE BRICK B CEDAR HOME t 37'/. AC 2.2.SO sq. ft. with fireplace. 4

Loop left on S.E. 8th Av.nu.5th 2tchg 4/04 office cleaned? I will do It your for while cessories. Jordache. Chic Lee, L.vl.! BR, 2'/t BA. and barn.
trailer on left. 9648545. Itpd 3/28 1976 FORD GRANADA A/C, auto.trans. do more Important you thing. Easy Street Izod Esprit, Tomboy .4'/ ACRES $12,000) On Rd. 230A and Wilson Rd.
NEED EXTRA MONEY Stanley Home Call 964-4048 964-5065, ask for you Calvin Klein' Valente Evan
or Keystone Hts., Melrose, Starke area Sergio 832 W. CYPRESS ST.: 2BR, 28a. Owner must sell
Product has a way with no Invest Susan. Itchg 3/28 4733867. L.t ring. 3/21 TFchg Picon., Liz Clalborne, Member Only KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: Two lots for $5,500.

m.nt. Call 473-4126 for mar. Informa HOUSECLEANING DONEt Fast efficient Organically Grown, Healthtex over FOR LEASE COUNTRY CHARM:3 BR 1 BA on 7 acres, CHSA.completely furnished
tion. Itpd 328HOMES MOTORCYCLES service. Call for estimate. 964-7874. 1.000 other. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory garden, greenhouse A pecan trees

3/213tpd 4/4 training fixture, grand opening, VERY BEST LOCATION) 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House Beautiful I CHSA, stove,
FOR SALE TAROT CARDS READ by appt. 9647874. etc. Can open 15 day. Mr. Keenan refrig., ceiling fans, !'/ ac. landscaped grounds $53,500.
1981 HONDA 650 Custom Excellent con ((305)) 678-3639. Itpd 3/28
3/21 3tpd 4/4 .4 BR, I'/i BA: Brick. Rd. 16 E. One half acre with fireplace.
dition. On. owner. Window tot. LIBERTY FASHIONS Invite* you to Investigate -
Ml S.WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR, CB rack. 964.7648.3/21 4tpd 4/11 "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK" Rebuilt owning your own 533 W. PRATT STi Convenient to everything.
home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn 1978 GOLDWING GL boot AM/FM TP transmission for $150 w/warranty Jean/Sportswear Ladles, Infant- EXCELLENT LOCATION: CB, 3 BR, 2V4 BA. CHSA. Cholnlink fence
50x75 (most car). Also do standard and RAIFORD AREA CB W/CYPRESS VENEER One acre 2 BR, 1 BA. Approx. 1500
434 N. CHERRY STi From.home on faring, bags, double buck.t .seat low Preteen Western !Maternity Large
foot lot. 4 BR. carport utility shed and mil... Extra chrom., road light foreign. Call 272.7607.3/28 4tchg 4/18 Size Store, accessories' monogrammIng. sq. ft. Handsome Interior only 4 yrs. old.
playhouse. 964-6365. 2/21 tfn 9647970. 1tpd 3/28 CARPENTRY WORK Remodeling'kit- Over 900 notional brand $7,500to GRAHAMi. 4 BR, 2 BA. On two acres. Call for details.

BY OWNER Brick haute with 3 1976 HARLEY DAVIDSON SS-250.8375. chen, bathroom and addition, plumbing. repair, $2 .5OO on.time fee. Buying trip Inventory 301 MOTEL) 16 rms. furn. S roomy living quarters. 376' Hwy 301. Own. fin.
bedroom,'2 bath C.ntral h.at B air. 9648608. Itchg 3/28 porches fixture, supplies, Inshore FORMERLY MAJIK MARKETAcross from HS. 301 frontage. Priced right)
1600>q. ft. living area. 2 acre of land. 1980 HONDA GOLDWING 1100 CCi FarIng 2tchg04 training grand opening news BROWNLEE ROAD-36.43 ACRES: Of prime property. Owner financing.
On Highway 225. 57500. Call w/luggage rack and back rest. Best reference release, location assistance, much COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.
7823553. 3/28
964-6943 night Itpd 3/28 off.rl) Ph. 485-1861 anytime. 3/28 LAWN MOWING Lg./Small tchg lawn. more Mr. Kostecky ((501)) 3278031. BRICK HOME RD. 230) 3 BR, 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fed. bkyd. $52,000.

DOCK HOUSE Modern kitchen over th. 2tchg 4/04 Ballflelds, playground. Phone BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS) Own. fin. Additional acreage available
water wh.r. shrimp! crab, and fish 485-1861 anytime 3/28 2tchg 4/04 MOBILE HOMES BUILDING LOTS Bsssent Rd. ((4)) 5 Oaks ((1)) Connerly Estates ((2)) Hampton
or. plentiful season. Beautiful view. BOATS : FOR SALE Oaks ((2)) Crosby Lake ((1)).
Secluded. On. acre plus at Harriet's
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 25.000: 3 BR home on 2 Acres In country.
Bluff 1/t hour. NE Starke. 9647835.
3/07 tfn 14 FT. BASS BOAT AND TRAILER: With 25 EAST CALL STREET: Business Location. 33000. Owner terms.
RENTLEASEFOR SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N. 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 of Starke Tire Co. Exc.
' 3 BR. 1BATH HOMES I' Saratoga Hts., corner hp Johnson motor and electric trolling ml.S. next to Mosley terms.
lot. Enclosed CH/Air. motor. lIk. n.w. 2250. Call 964-6943 Stark. Come see Ray Gouin, formerlyof OWNER FINANCING 15 Ac. In Lawtey of SR 225. Only 29500.
garog., SALE OR TRADE IN STARKE Two- Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We .
Phon. 964-8652. 3/21 tfn after 6:30: p.m. Itpd 3/28 -10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDE Near Hampton. Only $35,000.
BEAUTIFUL 3BR 2 bath custom built 1980 BOAT. MOTOR AND TRAILER 2000. .tory building on corner of Call BThompson buy and move used homes NOBODY DOES IT BETTER We are proud to offer luxurious home across from
block from
Sts., City
one 964-4414 or 964.4778.4/26 tIn
Itpd 3/28 Stark. Golf ft Club.
home on on. ocr. l lot In Starke's ex- Country ,
,elusive D..rwoodsubdivision. plentyof 14 FT. JON BOAT Heavy duty Hall Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849.2/21 1915 LIBERTY 14x50, 2/1. 8900. Call THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "Plnesong". 37 bldg: '

extra, good financing, and o fine 7'/i\ hp motor, with .I.ctrlc trolling 9644414. 1 Itchg 3/28 lots w/paved roads. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms ,,
bargain at 63900.. Owner must tell motor. V.ry good condition $600. : ; SECLUDED, CHARMING Unique hideaway. 6 yrs. old. 5 BR, 3'/i BA. CHSA.
Immediately. For an excluilve showing 105th Av.nu., Old Eunlc. Rd., 1 mil. OUT OF AREA 2/2; lap siding shingle roof w12'ICeava Sep. office. In city. On 7 Ac. Just Reduced to $79,900.HAMI"TON'LAkEI .'f.
*,-*plywood floors, bay window
call Fred Pralle, Century 21,John, west, of 301 N. side of rood. Itpd 3/28 1 \ i I''\tilhwasher. washer/dryer hookup '- Rea'wooq'j &:'b lik: 3 BR.2 ftAr, >Flrei>lo xBcrn'd porchT woj
M.rrlll Realtor In Gainesville, at REAL t "fWTBRMS! 'OFSS 'rOlHBlE1ff'Ae.' ": CI.agWaifi'-flSit2ftl1'cffHHwy" ; $JQM..tab 1
I SALE FREE ''UTA'rArA'tOGUI max. initiation. $23OOO. Ph. 964KU. (
1Itr 373-1494 or offerhour*",o".*..j7' -7.85-VI<$>f LAND FOR PI/ Sebrlng-Lake Placid "Florida's Lake ,,,ltchg3l28'r -'}1- r. *.IA" Idea>''Udll\ :':3'se(!! !'tahl
3/2l4fpd4/M. Country". Write Glenn Hunter Corpora.tlon IMS FLINTSTONE Santa Fe. 24x56; 3/2; ROOM TO ROAM:2565 sq. ft. home on 3V Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe. Road. REALTORS 305 NJ U.S. 27 South, .plywood floors, shingle roof rear den ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac. on Hwy 229.
Brick 3 BR 1i BA.
Fireplace, carport. $3.000. $300 down $75 p.r mo. Call w/flreplace A $99,000 with
creened porch, '.mll. w..t of Lake Placid. Florida 33852 ((813)) sliding glass door assum. mtg.
9645606. 10tfn 465.2538.3/28 fcan 21900. Ph. 9644414. Itchg 3/28 -15 ACRES: Only $35000. Ac. Imp. pasture. 5 Ac. Incl. lake w/flsh.
Highway 301, 95000. 468-1576 aft.r
LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down ORLANDO AREAS 30 rental units. Excellent 14x70 MOBILE HOME on one acre, 2 INVEST NOW: Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 just South of City Limit
6:00.3/28 4/18
4tchg balance In five years, financing by financing. Assumable loans All bath 3 BR, 12x24 storage bldg., well, 13 lots available.
MUST BE MOVED: 2 BR, kltch.n, LR, DR.
and Laundry 15000. Call owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. or part. One Owner Petzel) Realty. septic, garden. Crosby Lake access. * *
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 6282414. 1501 W. Fairbanks $25,900. Phone 964-4166 964-6364.
4 782-3462 after 6 ask for Geneva. ((305)) or PUT US TO WORK EVENINGS
3/28 3tchg 4/11 p.m. $3,500. $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. Call Ave, Winter Park Florida 32789. 3/28 3/28 2tpd 4/04 LAVERN OUTLAW 964-547S BILL DODD 964-7408

9645606. 1/03 tfn -Wm., BANK REPOSSESSED: Assume lowpayment JOHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK JR. 964-7188
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY *. Call for credit check. Call
ROAD $2600. $250 dn., $100 per mo. LOSTFOUNDLOST David 351.8591.3/21 2tchg 3/28
Call 964-5606. 1/03 tfn SHORT ON CASH Short on credit Credit ..NQVIS.. WARD.964-7454 h., DAVID, 0, ODG.964.5,370. ,
ROAD (C-227)) -- .. ,
1.7 check
OLD BLACK AND WHITE by phone, some day approval.
3500. $350 dn.. $70 p.r mo. Call WHITE POODLE) Male, miniature, 351.8591.3121 2tchg 3/28
FEMALE CAT Spayed and all shots cur Lost In
r.nt. Litter traln.d. Gentle with peo 9645606. 1/03 tIn no collar. Answers to "Reagan" DOUBLE WIDE 24x56 for sale. $5.000.
For 964-6531, 1 3/28 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD $1,995 area of Madison St. Baptist Church. Itpd 3/28
pl. adoption. tchg 9646603 9646366. COMPLETE MOBILE HOME SERVICE
FREE PUPPIES: 9644485. 3/28 2tpd 4/04 per ac. $1,000 dn., $250 p.r mo. Call Reward. Phone ; MOBILE HOME IN GOOD SHAPE FOR Plumbing
9645606. 1/03 tfn LOST : BLOND LONG HAIRED COCKER SALE) For less than loan value. Set up STARKE, FLA. Skirting
M LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after SPANIEL, Answer to the name of on one acre of land will rent land. Call FOR SALE OR RENT Decking
.WANTEDAXLES 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin "J.D." Mining In vicinity of Wilson 4-4(37.. Itpd 3/21 Four 1200 sq. ft bldgs. $200' Remodeling
per Addition 'Concrete Slab
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Road. Any Information call 964-5419. month. Ideal for

ft TIRES Two axles and four tires.Highest dry wood.d lots, suitable for mobile 3/28-2tchg 4/04 repairs.. light mfa.._-..contractors.t..oo._._._.._, lumber, auto Custom Free Ectlmatee-Call Built' Sheds-Pump 473.7122 House)
price paid. Green' Welding home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. Subscribe yard machine shop. .
Shop 301 South. Starke, FL. 9645007. w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting M
BUY !SELL TRADE: Gold silver ft and fishing. Owner ((904)) :l36- 579 or Today FOR INFO CAINMCDOUGALL

diamonds Will beat anyon.'s price on 629-9649.3/21 12tchg: 6/6 .. PINE FORE'STAPARTMENTS I! FLORILAND I

(jewelry. Call 964-4238 ANYTIME. 2/21 Storke:
tin 1392--S Ac. with well septic, elec. Caf/Monrez/ AUCTION CO., INC. REALTY

WANTED TO BUY TWO CEMETERY and abandoned trailer holly ft pin., 964-6305 1.904,786,8989Plumbing I
LOTS Call 964-8392. Itpd 3/28 17000. 964.7700

1385-3 or 4 BR. 2 BA brick. 15 acres, 393 N. T.mpl.Ave.
pool equipped with horse barn pole Vernle P. Odom
EconoCutLawn barn ft more. $139,000.J385XSPECIAL Brok.r.GRIMotivated

: 3 BR. I BA brick Supplies i
12 & 3 Bedroom
Services chain link fenced half acre, cash Apt:. I Seller:

782-3408 Lawtey price, 533 000. ,3,N.T.mpl." A... From 150M to '297" From -3 BR! 3 Acres. lowtej! _'', .
Specializing In: Sta....., Fl 32091 Trailer ft '/. Ac. (mIl) for sale. I

Mowing STROUTREALTY Durrance ; Owner financing avail.
Flower Beds ,-3 BR I IA Home Saratoga HfltU:

General MaintenanceExc. Lawn INCOtfOIATIOMOKH ,12 ft 3 Bedrooms Available Now I ,: Pump & t.:. .. I usage.Building 1,000 .q. !to Adapt to your

Local References 1 '-- -Building with lot of pace. 3 different
964-1931 473-3096 Supply Co. tore.. Owner will hold mortgage .

Subscribe I- -- U.S. 301 N.-/61 N. r.mPI.196 A LAND to WITH qualified TERMS buyer:

Starke, 1061
Chimney res '= 601- '/ .$ Ac. tract
1530 W.M dUonIBMLIMSIM .
Are Among the Top 10 ; 181 Ac. Good hunting woods,

Shop & Compare!! Home-Fire Hazards Phone 9048312mTHrn 'Graham area.
'We Drill Wells 198 Ac. Front SR 18, Werthliiaton
Sptfial Insurance for A Dirty Chimney Office) Hours 95 : I .Spgs.. Union Co. .
Also Causes 2" to 6" State) Licensed
Mobile Homo Harks
114 Ac. Front Co. Rd. 18, ft Co. Rd.
'All I 1)1'1.* of horn Heat LostSmokeFilled ,
$ 238. Wothlngton Springs, Union Co.

owners policies for Rooms ... ..-.........:-..----- -- .'- -- ." .
mobile homes, -

Call f for Quote And With Protect FamilyOlin'lylobile ASafe your. 'home Looking for a Good Deal? CarpetCleaning,: (Any *> Scotchgard

Chm.yome Room i

Sales Call: 964-8278 Check our prices before 'you pay 'TOO much! I & Hall) Avaislable

Elaine, M. Olin I Agent Blankenshlp Chimney Sweep r We have been in business in Florida for 34 (Deep Soil Extraction Is Also Available)

964-5606 ol2tcha9Stack / I I years Designing and Custom-Building to meet Whole House Special (lIv., Din., Han, 3 Br.). 5995

YOUR specific needs. We will also, complete Carpet. Dyed ((9 x 12)) . -... .. 595,

Q Enurtnau! & ,,Associate 3nc. YOUR DESIRE.home or building ANY STAGE YOU Furniture Quality Cleaned (sofa & Chair) ." .TT\\ .'.' 44 95

Worle "Not t. Delighted,' Don't Pay*' Imow

Realtor/Builder:473-7060 In the Market for a New Home? Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

Large variety of Lots & Acreage in the hill region of Bradford
j 1 6_ out our 3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

paved IMi Baths, CH/A, Carport, Util. Bm. & Carpeting (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial!)

from $395000, Central to Gainesville Jacksonville. Palatka and I lot
Starting at $34,800 on.your PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

Starke.. .- For More Details & Free Estimates Call: ,, specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean- +

INDIAN LAKE WOODS I Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer Olds on commercial contracts.

t Beautiful, high wooded, single family homesltes paved LONGCHAMP HOMES, INC. I Senior Citizen Discount_No Mileage Charge Free Advice

road ,with community water. One acre and more from I Call -, 964.4997 -, Call I
I )-" '.41- '
$4,950.00. Excellent terms. 964-6853 : No Answer Call ((904)7331308Satisfaction) Guaranteed I

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to the Lak. Region Monitor office RASS KD King site. brass, complete KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES New 3BR
Rental, .xt.rlor. .... nce.. Phone 4737517.314 Estates, off SR-21.19 Inch color TV.fun
Property Available In writing and paid In advance tfn with orthopedic mattress set. 2BA. 1 block from golf course. Heat
1 BI.J BA.Lak. Santa F. Unfurnished. unless credit I. already established organ housewares, china clothing Never used, still In box Cost over many extras, $54,000.475-2598.
WILL BABYSIT IN,MY HOME Hours and shell reloader, clay birds thrower Itpd pump
No $400 '
pet. p.r month. with this office.MONITOR .
1000. Will sell for $385 cash. / /21
:8 M.:>IA Color bono loko. Completely STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 4/04 days flexible. Call 4734346.328 2tchg 2 3/28 FAMILY PORCH SALE March 2930.: 269.2169.2tchg 3/21-3/28 PRICED TO SILL Desirable 3BR. 2BA

'furnished. $400 per month end $400 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Lowery Genie Toyota bed liner, PIACH FORMAL size 12, S40; Fur coat. frame home, 1,680 sq.ft., split BR plan

security deposit. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2 wheel cart organ good lawn chairs, .. 12, $100: Brown coat site 14. $40. fireplace, screen porch. Financing considered
In excellent
ft. condition. 4734828. Itpd $9.5OO.4733929.. 3/21 tfnchg
exerciser cloth. tools 6
$200 per month and $200 security Classified deadline I. Tuesday noon 3/28 ORLANDO AREA 30 rental unit Excellent .
ladder. SkeltonsHollman
deposit. RAT. Sell.. and trod. Used furniture step Stairs ft
to Buy All
prior Thursday publication. RATTAN COFFER TAILS and end financing.Assumable loans
Rd. 3/28 two
ft SR-100.
9 SR. 1 IA unfurnished hou... No Minimum charge Is 13 word.for$2.73. appliances, household Items, YARD SALE Friday March Itpd 29, 9 a.m. tables with glass tops. Extra good con or part. One owner. Petzel Realty
refrigerator. $275 month. th.n 10 for each word collectable, glassware old (ewerly, FairbanksAve.
cents thereafter.
per Behind Jim Rod Trailer Park. SR-100Eost dition $125; Traclor-OIiv.r 88 rowcropper. ((305)) 628-2414. 1501 W.
1 IR FURNISHED efficiency cottages. tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 ., Winter Park. FL 32789. ItFCAN
of KH. Watch for signs. Itpd 3/28 gang disks plows ft bushhog
for .
By w..k or month.KEYSTONE WANTED Kitchen cabinet dealer
PERSONAL SERVICES wood cabinets. Protected for MARCH 29.30.3 mil. East of Keystone 1500. Call 473-2955. Itchg 3/28 -.
HEIGHTS REALTY t.rrltory 'W-
Heights on SR-100. First place E. of Gizmo EASTER BUNNIES 14 gard.n plow and
llcemed Real Estate Broker.473-461 CARPENTER WORK stocking d.al.rs; you may pick up three point hitch; Suzuki motorcycl., +QR.....
6/21 Hnchg Remodeling work. smaller from our Plant Citywarehouse. on right. 2 family sale, jewelry,
kltch.n cabinets and trim carpentry. quantity. COMPANY dishes, chest of drawers, tools, 6 h.p. side saddles, trunk tarring n.w tire, 2 ,
Reasonable prlc. Call .73'1018. aft.r Sears tiller band saw lots of misc. helmets, tools. 473-2000 or 473-3281. Gifts to use
SIR 21A LAKEFRONT HOME On Lak. 5:30 1/3 ((813)) 754-5304. ItFCAN Itpd 3/28
tfnchg 830500.
p.m. : Itpd 3/28
Geneva. Heat and A/C. Located on SE CARPET AND MUTLI-LEVEL MARKETING Opportunityto SEARS LAWN TRACTOR 10 HP 36 Inch
VINYLi Repairs and In.stallatlon. SATURDAY 9 a.m.3 p.m. SR-214 across all !
Lak. Lane. $400 month. Coll |loin International hydroculture com
per .. Free ..tlmat... T.n years from Whit. Elephant. Follow signs. riding mower electric start n.w t year
473.7777.3/14 with MLM plan. Party plan
tfnchg experience. Coll 473-4217 and ask for pany proven Itchg blades and has just been overhauled.
GENEVA sales with lucrative results. Become
LAKE ESTATES Unfurnished. 3
Craig. 3/17 tfnchg Moving-will sacrifice for $ 50. Call
big bedrooms, fireplace. Keystone HANDYMAN All kind.of home successful while helping others 473-2956. Itpd 3/28
schools. $400 month. 475-2647 repairs. beautify their homes with LUWASA CARS TRUCKS S
mobllehome and plank dining table I
repairs, fix-up n .d..
Brok.r. 3/21 tfnchg "No SOL" PLANTSYSTEM. Call collect with leaves.and four bark
No |lob too .mall. Minor plumbing ft BOATSNEED high : chairs
MELROSE Unfurnished 2BR with ((305)) 886.2367.1tFCAN
with wicker ..at.. $350 i
repairs. Cleaning 5 rvic.. Light haul- 473-7620.
EUREKA LOG HOMES A world leader In
.unroom. Acc. to Lake Swan. $30() Coll Itchg 3/28
p.r month. 47S-2647 Brok.r. PIM Ing.GENERAL Jim 473.3671 day or evening. log homes for ov.r a decade. w. offer TRANSMISSION WORK R.bullt 1971 TRAILBLAZER 19 foot sleeps six. t
3/21 tfnchg Mowing you a proven Business Opportunity. transmissions for $150 with warranty. .."-contain.d, rear bath A/C. Reese
HOUSE FOR RENT Lak. Geneva com raking, light hauling tilling. Call Call Mr. Wallace fr... Most cars, also do standards and hooks optional $1,500.473.7182. Itpd 81low.
pl.t.ly furnished. Available April I. 473-7607 or 473.2409.1/3 tfnchg 18006438344.1 tFCAN foreign. Call 272-7607. 4tchg 3/28-4/18 3/28

473.2455.3/28 tfnchg FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE 1973 FORD DELIVERY TRUCK 24 foot SOFA BED $200 Sofa Love
; seat chair
10 ACRE FARM Large mobile home Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac Ssbring-Lok. Placid "Florida's Lak. box power lift tailgate. Runs great. $300; Oak roll top desk $150; Office

barn, chickens, fenced In. $350 mon 473-2521. tfnchg 1/24 Country".Write Glenn Hunter Corpora $4,000.473.2955. Itchg 3/28 desk, $65; Maple dresser 2 chest of
thly. Call 473-7190or 17685262. I Itchg DEPENDABLE MAN with 2 ton truck tion. Realtors, 305 NJ U.S. 27 South drawers, $75 each; Old fashiontelephone
3/28 will do any type hauling, chain saw lake Placid. Fl 33852 ((813)) 4652538.
FOR SALE booth
$600; Coca cola
dally trip.to county dump. Fr.
l7 MOBILE HOME Nice, 2BR. 1BA on
estimates machine, $275; Call 475-1497 evenings .Call$1. 9645764D1983
1-481-4265. tfnchg 2/,.
Vt Close
to town. $265
acre. monthly.
4732730. 3/28 PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC' 2tchg 3/2804/L_ ( H.unwII Canto, tac
tfnchg mildew peeling paint from homes, pipes and fittings. Wat.r softeners. .
MOIILI HOME APT. Thr. rooms and.cr..ned LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lok. $13.500.Own.r -
Ac. Hardware
Bryan Keystone Hgts.,
driveways mobile home Call Rick ,
porchfurnl.h.delectrlcl.ty 473-2452. will finance. $164 per month. 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
and local transportation Included. 4tchg 31144FOR 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
ALL ..
$265 monthly-for elderly ladles or Call YOUR ALTERATION NEEDS 2 ACRES Off of Ga.lln. Rd, Key.ton.H.lghtl. organ with double k.yboard, base Jasmin
Joyce 4737122. Jean. hemmed
elderly coupl.-non..mok.r.. Call Nlc. area 9000. 473-2210 pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call !"
and ,
rips tears, cloth.
473-7044. Itpd 3/28 making. day. or 475-1831 evenings tfn .
R.f.r.nc. 473.2210 w..kday. or 473-4648 :. TVRO Systems Inc.
% ACRE Corn.r fenced lot septic tank ; < ,
GENERAL weekends for appointment to ._. tfn
HELP WANTED and light pol. Halfmoon Lak., $ ,ooo.
Yard work garden roto-tllllng, chain SWAN CREST NURSERY SR26. 2'/i mil. .
sow work tr.. trimming carpentry, Call 1.783.1132.tchg 3/14-4/4 .a.t of Melrose. Hedge plant., 3 for$1. ...... Complete Satellite System

ENTHUSIASTIC. MOTIVATED SElf. roof repairs, painting, any kind of odd $5 llmlt.12/20 tfnchg """ Call for fr.. home demonstration
STARTERS Openings locally with Independent |lob. ColI.73.3321..tpd 3/21-4,1 FOR SALE MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point countertop ..

marketing firm. No experience DOCK BUILDERS Bulk head., decks model $100; Early American table Over 100 Channels I
necessary. Will train. For on boothouses, quality construction. Allen lamp brass trim on maple/ $25; Quail.
Interview. Call 473-7442 b.tw..n 9a.m. Brothers Construction. Call COCA COLA LOX; 8 ft., 4 doors, n.w ty rang. hood with fan and light $25.

and 9 p.m. Itpd 3/28 ''''.'15-21.0 or tcW.2.2..'... Fr.. condition. $630. Charlie's Shell 473-4648 evenings-473-2210 days tfn 473-3090 659-2524

estimates. Itchg 3/28 Key.t_. 473-2586. 3/21 2tchg 3/28

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MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK HOG FEEDER 4-door.- -$25; one NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. time work. Send resume to P.O. .. Call 1-619-569-8304 for Info. 964-6305
Mobil. and for Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Gr.at Drawer Stark. tfn 24 hrs. 3/28< 2 /04'
Homes spaces r.nt. heifer on. bull whit. face, both $325. 280 FL 32091. 1/03
Recreational vehicles w.lcom. Phon. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH EXCELLENT INCOME for home
103th Av., Old Eunlc. Rd., 1 mile west part-time
448-2912 9/16 tfn of 301 N. side of rood. 1 tpd 3/28 TRAILERS 135 W. Call TRAILERS St. 964-6305.TRAILERS S'xB' assembly work. For Info call ((504)) 11 INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH?
RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will colors choose 641.8003.x1.9579.2/14 4tEOW 3/28
design and remodel to suit your needs. from. $10 each. Used cog. and seed. utility trailer $650; 16' doier trailer CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Telephone Solicitor Needed

Call 964-6305. ask for John. 3/07 tfn 782.3516.3128 2tpd 4/04 $1,70016'; utility trailer $97016'; lawn Great Income potential.All occupations.
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTl One mil. BALDWIN UPRIGHT PIANO Excellent trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single axle For Information call ((312))742.8620.xt. Sell subscriptions for the Florida Times Union from the comfort of your own

from Starke city limits Clean. No condition. Call 333-2502 after 3 p.m. trailer $878: 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 362. 3/14 4tpd 4/. home. Set your own hours. Be your own boss. No quotas. Not salary position

children or pets. Hwy. 16 W. Call. tchg 3/28 ft. ramps $100. Olio's Mobil. Home AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservatlonlsts, but an excellent commission structure. I 11

466132310/7 tfn THREE SPEED. THREE WHEEL BICYCLE Center 1/10 tfn Rd. 100 W. Stark. 964-5606. stewardesses and ground crew positions Phone 964-5165 For Detail

CLEAN MOBILE HOMESi for r.nt. On .S. With shopping bosket. Like new. $200 available. 1-619-569-0241 for
Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call cash or best offer. Phon. 9647708. COPY MACHINES Canon-for r.nt, or d.tall. 24 hrs. 3/14 3tpd 328IXPE.IENCED .
sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon --- -
964-7530 or 166132310/07 tfn 328WATE.IED SALES PERSON Apply Inperson
STUDIO APARTMENTS Weekly, monthly Itpd AND FRAMES Electric heat.r. home or office copier $999; Canon office at Ollns Mobil. Home, Hwy
rates. Palms Apartments 2314 N.Temple copier. $1399. Rent to own for as 100 Stark. 3/14 tfn \
Call 9647185. Itpd
Av. 7/28 tfn MOVING SAtEs Two ladles fur Coats little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP. LADY COMPANION NEEDED None ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

,.NOW op TAKING*. FoPVnore APPLICATIONS Ihfoirtrstlon'tofl for' 4 BR.Lakd4eiButl.r 2BRjBA ..' Onf-length V--length mind' w/leather, w/f trim,2 ox trim-pl.c.bar on.. .:.+110 frwr W. Call 1 >St.X).*."Starke.* ,""'if..9645764.221.".... ,xr.m r,*utrdht smoker Pck'fafion(light :household.'' dbut nor<
RAILROAD CROSSTIESi Good for-land- '
,. -
Apt 4963141. Equal Opportunity _. Will Room and plus salary
set, 12" long, $1200 n Formerly FAULKNER REALTY
fence $1.50to
scaping gate posts port country living references needed.
Housing. tfnchg sacrifice. Wood burner; Conn organ. from WI.hbon.
$4.50 each ((150 avallabl.). 9647648. 221 W. Lofayette St.-Across
Please call 9645610. or 782.3064.328APPLICATIONS
40 ACRES FOR RENT OR LEASES 4'/t acres 3/28 I
9647970. Itpd
> a.m.-5:30
2/21 4tpd11 Mon.-Fr1.$:30 p.m.
und.r cultivation. Call 3590036. 3/21 FOR CLERK I at the Brad.
COLOR TVS $99 and up. N.xt to Starke
SORREL GELDING small excellent Saturday .m. to 12 noon
2tpd 328APAITMENT ford Public Library are now being ac
Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212. $600 best offer Must sell.
FOR REM 403 N. Walnut. 11/24 tfn 173.7505.3/21 riding or 3/28 cepted. Minimum wage. 30 hrs. p.r 964.5065
$175 mo. I bedroom. No Pets.9645276. 1970 LIFETIME MOTOR HOME 24 ft. good 2tchg brass week. Monday eves and Saturdays. Six
BRASS RED King size (pur. ) complete
Itpd 328SPACIOUS condition. Some work needed. $4500. month probation period. Successful applicant
with orthopedic mattress ...t.nev.r "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive
4 BR> 2 bath brick home op- must pass Stat. Typing T..t.
Call 964-4756 after 6 p.m. Anytime on used still In box. Cost ov.r h 1
prox. 2 mil. Starke city limits. CH/A. weekends. 2/21tfn Own transportation a must. Apply In NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM
$1,000, tell $385 each. 269.2169.3/21
See to appreciate. 9646490. 9648963. 3 '/ TON HEAT PUMP. GE. Phone 328taACTOII.INTEINATIONAL p.r.on at 105 E. Jackson St. No phon.
3/21 2tchg 3/28 2tchg call. 3/21 2tchg 328Inl.ID
964-3129 after 6 Price negotiable.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobil. Home. Two 3/21 2tchg 328APARTMENTS p.m. DIESEL 27Si COUPLE TO MANAGE SMALL *4 BR, 10 AC FARM: Priced In the 30'..

BR. 1 BA.$150 per mo. Furnished or un FOR SALES story building Needs motor ov.rhaul. Rest good condition 35-unlt mobile home park. References *COMMERCIAL ACREAGE IN CITY: 8 Ac. ft 3 Ac. both have .ntronc. on 301.I

furnished. Purchase option. $69.$89 containing 2 apt. with fireplaces on $600. 105th Av.nu., Old Eunice and bondable. 373-4792. Must IIv. In *2 BR 1 BA IN TOWN: $24.500. Owner financing or lease option.
of side of rood
Rd., I mil. w..t 301 N.
per month plus lot.473-7560.3/28-6/27 Washington St. N.xt to Stark. Elem. park. 3/28 Stpd 4/25 *3 ACRES Bid. site only $13,750.

FURNISHED DUPLEX 2 BR. 116 N. Myrtl. School. 964.5016.3/21 2tpd 3/28 MCCULLOUGH lawtey. Itpd 3/28 CHAIN SAW 300 series. *INVESTMENT PROPERTY: Motivated seller. No "reasonable" offer refused.
Streeet. $255 mo. plus security. *PRIME COMMERCIAL LOT In city.
per PINTO STUD 20 mo. old gr..nbrok. Like new, $65. 103th Av.nu. Old HELP WANTEDExp.
9648944. 3/28 tfn quick to learn gentle. $350. Ask for *LAWTEY Off 225. 17 Ac. Horse Farm.
mil. of 301 N.side
Eunice Rood 1 west
FURNISHED 2-ROOM EFFICIENCY Beth. 964.8713.3/21 3tpd 4/4 of rood. Lawtey. Itpd 3/28 Typesetter *CR 225 40 A. of prim. farmland with nice home and pecan tr....

782.3458.3/28 2tchg 4/04 WALK-BEHIND TRACTOR $300. Itpd GAS WOOD HEATERS Cost $175. Ilk. Must be able to type 55 wpm ..pollcorr.ctly MADISON ST. 3BR/3BA CHft A. Circle dr. Formal dining room 8 living
3/28 new $95. 105th Avenue, Old Eunice willing to room.
TRAILER R.a.onably prlc.d. 964-5760 KLT-200 THREE WHEELERS 1000. Itpd Rd., 1 mil. west of 301 N. side of road. several different aspects of the COMM 301 N 600 ft. R/F. 439 ./F..
South of Steel Mill on C-IOOA. Itpd 3/28 Itpd 3/28 newspaper business. COMM 301 S. 1 Ac. w/22 mini-storage. Positive cash flow.

3/28 TWO COMPLETE DINING ROOM OUTFITS NEW FENCE POSTS 3.. In. 169 $2.10 Prefer experienced typists, only. *GRAHAM Live In the country on this ..5 ac. w/C/B 3 BR, 2 BA. 2-eor
*U. 2 FULL BATHS' $225 mth. 9648063. Very reasonable. Call 9648945. loch. Sell $1.43 each, take all. 105th Will train on Compugraphlc MDT and garage. CH/A. Fireplace. Price reduced.

Itpd 3/28 WISH SETTER PUPPIESi, 6 wks. old. Av., Old Eunice Rd., 1 mil. west of other Compugraphlc typsettlng *1505 RAIFORD ROAD 3 BR/1 BA Lg. Lot.
1 II MOBILE HOME 3 out town Parents on premises. 5 mal., 3 female. 301 N. side of road. Itpd 328SubscrIbe' .qulpm.nt. Full-tim., 40-45 hours A100 S. Two story C/B house r.mod.l.d CH/A. Good owner terms.

on depot paved Asking road. On$200 on.mth acre r.nt.lot. $200 Call 782-3069 w... Itchg 328Classified per week avallabl. A3 BR. 2 BA MH with fenced-ln yard. High Ridge Estates Cent H/A.

((305) 924.2709 after 7:30 o.k for Earl. Ads For Int.rvl.w and testing contact Fireplace. W/W carpet. 29900.
9/28 2tpd 4/04 IMM I ICARLSON John Miller, 964-6305 Thursdays ft.Fridays. A3 BR/2 BA ON ONE ACRE Buyer Protection Plan. Close to Hampton lake,

,,ROOMS BATH FURNISHED APART.NT4 Get Results .. CH/A, fireplace, Ig. screened porch.

Lights and hot water Included _III"i" __ __ a -,... -..... ft.-. *2 BR/2 BA On 6.1 Ac. close to Keystone.Cent. H/A. W/Wcarp.t. skylights,

60 plus $75 sec. dep. No Pets. workshop, plus more.
71. 1tchg3/28 -"' A 5 ACRES ON SR 100 Next to Brooker cut-off. Commercial potential.

1 BR TRAILER 10x50. $180 _, Send A Bunny-Gram For Easterend A4 BR/2 BA-Central heat/air, w/w carpet close to schools On N. Broadway

r month $75 security Near Graham. St. Assum. 11.5X fixed rot.
.- -1371. Itchg 328I $2 Mon.yOrd.r.Ca.h NAME' ':: A BIG TREE ESTATES Wat.rfront lot next to park. Priced right assum. mtg.

I HM MOBILE HOME On Grlffts loop. ] TOi *FARMETTE Fish pond, l-5 acres with country home.

145 mth.. $100 sec. d.p. Call after Check: to ADDRESS *REDUCED) 3 BR. 1 BA home on corner lot In town.

:30 an weekdays, all dayton,, Sot. COUNTRY LIVING on 3 ocr.. Immaculot.3 BR. 2 BA MH with lots of ex
Sun. 9648704. Itchg 3/28x Bunny-Grams tras. '

JM SQ. FT. STORE 782-3702.: tchg 3/28 P.O. Box 296 FROM *ORANGE STREET 3 BR. 1 BA handyman special.

APARTMENTS FOR RENTS On. bedroom Starko Florida MADISON STREET Lg. versatile) lot next to Gator Frelghtways.

t efficiency. $150 and,up. Call 9644048or 32091 MESSAGE I *HWY 100 E C/B. 3 BR, 1 BA Approx. 1 acre. Owner financing.
964-5065 ask for Susan F. Reddish. *INVESTMENT property 4 rentals (Reduced).

Broker/Owner.- "- Itchg 3/28 ... Personal Messages Inc *LOVELY BRICK VENEER On 4 acres (Reduced).
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NO MONEY DOWN i IE' .: ,&a.IiI., ...,, HiI *OVER AN ACRE Nice building lot Hwy 230 E.

New Beautiful BR a ar.. sal *COUNTRY LIVING On 3 acres M/L with nice little home
14 Wid. 1 *HAMPTON AREA Acreage.

, 2 full baths, carp.t t/o vault.celling SOUTHSIDE CROSBY LAKE 100 ft. on water.

bay window. stereo turn.. ft much ..' Roberts Real'Estate" A 2 NICE HOMES out past hospital.

more. No money down to qualified Hom.Sol.llit.Syt Ave. LAFAYETTE STREET 1 Ac with 3 BR/2 BA. CH/A.
986 N. Temple Stork. FL
buyer Fr. Paddle-Fan with pur- Hwy. lOOWKeyte ARISING ROAD 35 Ac. $57,000.

cha... $216.67 per ma.Call Mr.Ford. 104)473-2446 964.6262 *UNIQUE HOME IN LAKE BUTLER Priced below appraised valu. Call to....
Freedom of Oleic.i .
1.Jt31 .
( 'f has fallout shelter.A

':eCOMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 50 ACRES Graded road frontage. Only $1,375 per acre.
*GARAGE APARTMENT Conv. location. Great for Investment. Only 20000.
NO MONEY DOWN i VACUUM Janet M. acre and a CB residence. Located on US ATTENTION YOUNG FAMILIES This starter home could be yours for only

New 3 BR. 14 Wide ;,,4, 301. Owners will leave all inventory a 29900. In Starke, with an above-ground pool for the kId., tool

Wood siding, carpet tturn.. SALENEW StarlingRealtor ,wrecker and some equipment for the *RANCHERS ft FARMERS Don't miss this buy on 47 acres w/brlck home.Only

vaulted celling. No money down to 4 & USEDWe buyer. Call for details. '4,miles from Starke.
qualified buyer. Payments $199.10 J *LOVELY FARM HOME W/twofulll.ngth porches and 189 acres also Buyer
Finance Our Own eFARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of
per moo Call Mr. ford. I, : Protection Warranty Included. .
4 KIKBYS VERY"NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy. pecan tree.Improved pastures, fenced & A LAKE HOME Cedar siding. Lots of storage. Priced In the 70s.A .

ROYALS 125. $49,000. 'croll'fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. LAKE SANTA FE HOME- With 3 potential rental units. Lots of extras. Owner

[eve roadway EUKKKAS '5 ACRES: $11.000; 10 ACRES ,- Excellent working farm. says sell only 169000.
22000. QUIET COUNTRY LIVING In Brooker. Nice brick with lots of space on one
WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home
TREE SERVICE ELECTKOLUX 4.87 ACRES:Well septic tank 17x35 acre. Just 20 .min. from Gainesville.
Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall ft dock.
Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced. on Susan Faulkner Reddish.REALTOR
Removal KILTER, QUEENS 24000. .....Monger.1..1....964-4048.

Trimming SEARS .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. '!-ce. l REALTOR ASSOCIATES
Removal COMMERCIAL '3 Ac.) Pv'd frntg. 12500. Irene L.F.ulknsr944112 Ills.Johns I33-M16
Stump I WILSON ROAD ,.3 bedroom 2' bath. CB I
We repair all makes 473-1120 Swmte Kitchens. 964-7630
20 Ac. Cov'd In pl_. Rex flemer
Firewood '50 Ac.! $50,000. house on 1 acre. Central heat 4 air, cdrpet.chain Bob Matthews 964-72S1 Lev Vevng 9647S2SCerol

Free Estimate Al Young'sSince '3 BR. I"" : Country. 23500. link fenced yard. Owners anxious. Werner 964-4991


After 5
964.6918 ((9CU)712-3931 George Robert" Jr. Broker Corel Warner REALTOR ASSOC.

Keystone Heights 3 Mites north ofMI P.O.Drawer !I____, 'lttlt.AJJnlees..eseRSala man_,.-:. ._ Property Meingsmspt OMskMt ._ .
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r* el2A TELEGRAPH March 28. IMS

.' Hampton Hilitesby : : .. '':- :--iMl.

Visitors... March birthdays...., Doyc4 A. GrIWta
Dolores Meng Scouts tee computers.. things aa maps and pictures for "
phone 4 Padgett accompanied their Girl Medford Connelly of Hampton Lake Van Syckel and J.J.Weimer; March County Army Pvt.Doyce: D.Griffis son of
Scout Troop 31 to Bradford High recently were Mr. and Mrs. Robert 27: Donna Dormlney; March 28: School Superintendent, was in- Mr. and ,jars. Doyce,A. Griffis of
Sympathy IB extended to the family School last week. Dr. Steve Miller Voss of Shawino Wise., and Col.aqd Charlotte Smith; March 29: Jessica troduced as a guest at the meeting. Starke, has completed advanced in-
and friends of Clarence Adkins of showed them the old and newer computers Mrs. Wilson P. Tuten of Hampton.. Fisher and Sallye sac lord; March He gave information on future plans dividual training at the U.S. Army
Palatka who died on March 24. He they use there. S.C. 31: Gene Birt Dena Leroy for the school. Infantry School, Fort Benning Ga.
was a brother of the late Gerald Visiting Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan this Rhoden and Fannie Brookins. The date of May 3 was set for the During the course students
Adkins. week are her daughter Mrs. Mar- Spring barbecue when chicken dinners received training which qualified
rlon Veltman of Centraila, Ill, and Hampton Elem. School will be sold and other activities them as light-weapons infantrymenand
her daughter; Linda of California. PTA Meeting held for the benefit of students as indirect-fire crewmen in a rifle
Jeffrey Powell Mrs. Clarice Adkins had as President. Judy Arcney,presidedat School BeauUflcatlon or mortar squad.Instruction .
Lunch Menus
visitors on March 24. her daughters the PTA meeting held at the Marigold and boxwood plants included I
Bradford Elem.&Middle School Promoted to Spec. 4 and sons-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. school Thursday night Mar. 21. ThePTA were put in at the school entrance qualifications, tactics, 'patr'G.g.; ::

These MMMU were written by M.... McCtoll.'. Emory Prevatt of Starke, Mr. and approved ding an electric this week. Students from land mine warfare field communications
elm>l..._,. Jeffrey A. Powell son of Edward Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville and laminator for the school from car- kindergarten first second, and and combat
M....'.........)l: Cheeseburgers Tater Tots cab N. and Janet M. Powell of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of nival profits.This instrument is used third grades assisted Coach Keith He Is a 1981 graduate of Bradford
bite Temday.slaw Apr.chocolate Mi Beef-VegeUble Ice cream milk.Soup cheese has been promoted in the U.S. Army Ocala. They were celebrating in putting a plastic coating on such_ Tetstone with this project. High School.
lout applesauce cookie, mUk.Wedaesoay. to the rank of specialist tour. Louise's birthday. .
.halves Mi Pizza, french fries, green Powell is a telecommunications J. Ian r
beans pew milk.Tanrsday. specialist at Fort Bragg, N.C., with -
.Apr Apr Ml HOLIDAY the 25th Signal Battalion. His wife I Multl Mild
Carol, is the daughter of Asa D. and Enlisted In Navy

Bradford High School Joanne Fussell of Brooker. Powell is Pvt. Charles Ball Shannon King son of Mr.and Mrs.

M....'.Apr..!I Beef-A-Ronl,cheese stix green School.a 1983 graduate of Bradford High Completes Bask Lowell King of Starke and 19841
beans apple crisp hot roll,milk. graduate of Bradford High School i
TIle....,. Apr. err Hamburger on Bun baked At Fort Knox has enlisted as an Aviation Warfare\1 1
Kevin NeelCompletes HAZARD
bun cabbage slaw fruit cup milk. 'ROAD
Wednesday. Apr. *3i Macaroni Jt Cheese, a Technician in the Navy and is in : ,:
ham sandwich, buttered green peas, Fruit, Basic Pvt. Charles M. Ball son of basic training at Recruit Training P.165.800.1325.88-
chocolate cake,milk Evelyn M. Bass of Jacksonville and Center in Orlando.
Thursday. Apr.Mi MANAGERS CHOICE DAY.rrtday At Fort Knox brother of Suzanne Strickland of P-195-75B-14 . '30.88
Apr.Mi HOLIDAY. Lawtey, has completed basic train- Airman 1/c Howard
ALA-CARTE Pfc. Kevin S. Neel), son of DonaldE. ing at Fort Knox. Ky. P-215-753-15 . '32.88
and Peggy A. Neel of Starke has the training, students Graduates Lakeland AFB '35.88
Monday-Chicken on bun french tries milkshakes receive P-225-75B-15 . .
hamburger.Tae.deyCheeseburgers. completed basic training at Fort instruction in drill and Airman 1st Class Bruce E.
milkshakes. pizza french fries, Knox Ky. He is a 1978 graduate ofBradiord ceremonies weapons, map reading Howard, son of Thomas M. and I P-235-75B-15 -. '38.88

Wednesday-French fries, hamburgers High School. tactics, military courtesy, military Charlene J. Howard of Lawtey, has Air Cond. White Spoke
milkshakes, plus BBQ pork on bun. receive the training, students justice, first aid, and Army history graduated from the U.S. Air Force Alignment
Thursday-Hamburger en bun french fries, instruction in drill and and traditions. security police specialist course at Tune Up Rims

plsta.FrUayHOUDAY.milkshakes plsta.. ceremonies weapons map reading, He is a 1984 graduate of Bradford Lackland Air Force Base Texas. $1250 ,
day students have choice of a hot lunch or tactics military courtesy military High School. Graduates of the course studied 7.95 $2695
salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carte. justice, first aid and Army history systems security operations, tactics Mad Can A Tracks
and traditions. Plus Ftssn I
WANTED and weapons training and earned 3 Year
credits toward an associate degreein Front Brakes

Union County FOR SALE EXCELLENT INCOME FOR PART-TIME applied science through the Community $ 9 5 OlalioanCobltBattery
HOME ASSEMBLY WORK. for Info. call College of the Air Force. 3 9 '
FOR SALE BY OWNER 10 or 20 ocres 504-641-8003 ext. 8401. 4tpd Howard is scheduled to serve with 3495
w/complete mobile home hook-up on the 3287th School Squadron at Camp Meat Car A TrucksCORBETT'S :

Ads ... ... ... .e. Sr-121 4 miles North of LoCro.... Call FOR RENT Bulls Texas. TIRES & SERVICE
496-3939 or 462.3068 or nights He is a 1984 graduate of Bradford ,
462.1595.4-chg 3/14-4/4 High School. el..ndq (Form.rtey Slo Flristoni) 964-6436

H7B VI PICK UP. am/fm ,'.ro. ac/ht TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES ,-_.... __________....................:_..: _...:: ... ....J !
new tires. good go. milage, excellent : Union County Tim. 150 ._____________.________ ___________________J
cond. Phone 496-3344, after Main Street Lake ButUr. Phone -________________________________
YARD SALE 6:00.1: -pd.3/28 496.2261 for Information TFN ...
YARD SALI North on 121 opprox. 1 mile BARGAIN.Wantedi Responsible, party mo. 13,000 miles a yeorl PINES QUALITY -
from 100 look for signs.76 Chevette as to take over low monthly payments on LIVING. Laundry Pork Recreation ALLIGATOR CREEK GATOR IfFEED
I. $200 72 Pontiac 79 Pinto wagon spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Car Pools, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE. ..
gas range, upright freeier accordion Writ. Credit Managerl P.O. Box 537 Reasonable. Sr 121 lake Butler '
prom dress, clothes, kitchenware, gash.at.r. Shelbyville, IN 46176. 3-pd.32841112"x 496.2366.ufn 12/13 RANCH STORE
., kerosene heater, pictures, 20' celery green low .hag carpet; TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH home at 150 U.S. 301 S. 964-6973 / -
yard goods, notions, apt. 110" x 84" celery green antique satin S.W. 5th Avenue In Lake Butler Adults Mon.-Sat. 8:30-6:00 Hwy 301 South 964-4809
washer.Something for drop. with valance; 5 panels, 60" preferred, no pets ploaie. $140 per
.v.ryan.ll-pd3/28 I sheers to match drapes: dbl. traverse month first and last month' rent In FERTILIZER AMMONIA
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Friday and rod to fit 110" and window; carpet advance, plus security deposit. SOIL DOCTOR ,
Saturday behind Clarks Meat Market drapes, sheers and rod In almost new References preferred. Phone 496-3087 NITRITE ;
come to big white house. IBM Elect condition and all for on. resonable or 4962975. UFN 2/28 LIME 10-10-10 6-8-8 13.13.13
typewriterHammond organ and price; call 4963587 after 6pm HOUSE FOR RENT In lake Butler Security -
Leslie. 496.26281-pd3/28. weekdays for appointment.I-pd 3/28 deposit' required. Call 7556969. $1 50 Ibs. 50 Ibs. 50 Ibs. $ 5 8 0
BUNK BEDS FOR SALE for Informationcall MOBILE HOME 3 BR, I 1/2 BH, In Raiford. 40 Ibs 5 5 50 Ibs. .

INSURANCEMAINES 496.2143. 1-3/28 Call "31.1039.2- 32128mataaf ,;. .;, $445 $ 50 $595
table with four chairs, good condition Ii '_.
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. $40. Call 496-3099 or 4963006. ( I;;' ti"IO> 7.
Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. 1chg328FOR HOUSES. OFFICES M/H <. IN
Complete Insurance Service TFN. SALE :3 TONS OF EAR CORN price I Have references and experience.| cJ:
negotiable. Call 494-3702. chgS/28 1 Starke and surrounding areas. ALL TYPE ffic QQ; ; J
Carlo$7.493. 79 Mont.Carlo$2,793,178 *' .
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Saturday was the day for the high run mainly on Friday and fiolahing
school teams to take their turn at the on Saturday. /
prestigious Lady Gator Relays in No individual foam scores are
J Gainesville with the Lady Tornados kept in relay meets such as this,said
there to do their best. Tornado Coach: George Loper. Of
Competing in the combined one the teams competing from Florida,
and two division., BHS was able to poly the in-abtte 4A teams beat them
set two new school relay records in in the events he stated. .
the 4 X 800 meter relay at 10:22.29: "Under the circumstances we did
n and In the distance medley relay at pretty good," said Loner. "Their effort
ak 13:37.66. was totaL We had the opportunity
In the 4 X 800 each girl runs one to set some new school records."
/ X11 leg 800 meters long. The distance
A medley starts with an 800 meter leg Combined IA end 2A Dhrlilan"
DtA then a 400 meter leg followed by a, 1M meter........*-w.Hell/,..'1.
1,200 meter portion and finished witha It*meter*....-f. Barker ll...
1,600 meter.Attracting 4 X Mt meter'.'."-1)And...,T.......",fop" ,
: competition from as far 4 X It*meter...."- )Berber. ,Butler. ,Atfemi,
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........ -- was a tough Keystone Heights In doubles, the top seeded pair for
.. -..- bunch that the Tornado boys and the Tornados, Maria Thomas and
f -. -- girl's tennis teams ran into last Friday Kim Sapp, were beaten 3-8 and the
in Keystone, with both losing number two pair Sherry Ross and
there. Jackie Nguyen, lost 6-8.
-- On her on...
way... The Lady Tornados are 3-6 for the

Finishing up... Kelley Jackson gives It all that she has on the last leg of the 4 X 800 Lisa Tierney makes tracks duringthe Girl's take loss... season and 2-2 for the district.

Lori Sapp took the last leg of the Meter Relay Saturday, March 23 at the Lady Gator Relays. They set a Distance Medley as they set a Try as they'might, the lady Tor-
Distance Medley home for a school BUS record of 10:22.29 to take a third place finish in the 1 and 2 A division. school record of 13:37.66 at the Lady nados could only win one singles] Boys lose 1-6
record In a second place 2A Division Gator Relays. match and neither of the doubles Not having any better luck than
finish at the Lady Gator Relays. matches in theif 1-6 loss to the In- the ladies, the boys could only win
dians. one singles match from the
"We couldn't win but one of five Keystone Indians, with the final
close matches," said Coach Jerry score being 1-6.
McGriff. "That proved to be the dif Lex Sanders was able to pull out a
ference. We played pretty well, close win, 9-7 for the only score for

I Samons Hurls Three-hitter at HornetsBHS though." BHS.Top seeded freshman Jason

The only lady to win her match Brown dropped his match 2-8 and
was number four seed Sherry Ross, brother Jody Brown lost 48. Jimmy
who did it 97. Wilson lost his match 2-8 and Robert
ace Doug Samons hurled a John David Francis, Mike Chappel, RBI single to.right-center. Chappel the BHS nine, 10-4( travels to The ones who came close were Taylor was left out 18.
three-hitter at Hawthorne and the and Todd McLeod added singles. went to second on the unsuccessful Keystone Heights to challenge the Donna Parado, who lost 6-8; Kim In doubles, Jason and Jody Brown
Tornado nine shut the Hornets 5-0 BHS scored one in the first when throw home as Diggs scored, ad- 11-5 Indians. Each is 5-1 in district Sapp who almost made it at 7-9, and lost 4-8. Paul Bawek and Rick
Tuesday night, March 26. John David Francis singled,stole se- vanced to third on Hal Woods play. Jackie Nguyen who lost at 5-8. Kimutis didn't win either, at 38.
Samons is 6-2 after the win. The cond, went to third on a wild pitch, ground-oUt to second, and scored on Coach Mike Hartley says he'll Maria Thomas, BHS number one The boys are 2-7 overall for the
Tornado nine has a lM( season mark and scored on a Hal Wood ground out an infield hit beat out by Todd pitch senior Gerald Brown, 2-1, seed, did not do well, losing 1-8. season and 0-4 in the district.
and is 5-1 in District 8-2A play to to second base.A McLeod. against Keystone.
date. second run was added the Then BHS loaded the bases as Saturday., March 29, the Tornado
In Hawthorne Tuesday night, fourth with senior Gerald! Robert Starling and Brian nine is scheduled to host
Samons struck out 13 and walked on- walked, stole second, and on Whitehead walked behind McLeod's St.Augustine High on the Bradford
ly two Hornet batters. In his last 28 Tony Diggs' two out aoubl,(down the hit. McLeod scored when Doug diamond at 1:30: p.m. Coach Hartleywill I
innings Samons has allowed but two left f ieldDne. Samons'grounder to third base forc- come back with Doug Samons Teal Tile Wins TourneyTeal
runs, only one of them earned. BHS added three more in the 7th. ed Starling. against the Yellow Jackets.
> BHS had 7 hits. Tony Diggs was Diggs led with a single,went to third Next Tuesday, April 2, BHS goesto -
2-for-3 with a double.Catcher Robert when Hawthorne threw the ball out Big Game Looms... Clay High for a 4 p.m. make-up Tile of Starke went Sheldon Keen, Matt Hull, Terry
Starling, coming off two weeks of of play over the/first baseman's .A big District 8-2A game looms game. The teams were rained out undefeated in five games to win an Stratton, Farlon McClellan.
rest with a knee injury, was 2-for-3. head, and score}on Mike Chappel'sthe tomorrow (Friday, March 29) when March 21. exhibition Softball tournament in It was a warmup tournament for
Lake Butler this past weekend,spon- Teal Tile, which last year won the
..." sored by Danny's of Gainesville. state championship last year was
""TeiJ"TUe, defending state cham- runner-up in the region, and went to
pions, beat W.W. Gay of Gainesville the World Tournament in Dallas.
I BHS Softball Squad Defeats Clay High 8-6. 14-5, won 15-9 over the defending na- Teal Tile plays tonight (Thursday,
tional church champion, First Bap- March 28) at 9 p.m. in Drew Park in
tist of Palatka; won 11-6 over Jacksonville against a traveling professional
Florida Souvenir Land of Lawtey team, the Steelers, who
Bradford's struggling Tornado fifth inning when they started after that. their hitting." then again played First Baptist of represent a manufacturer of steel
girl softballers won a must game hitting the Softball on the ground, "I told the girls it was a must Leading hitters for the Tornadoswere Palatka, which had advanced the bats. Anybody beating the Steelers
Tuesday,March 26,beating Class 2A says Coach Slater. ,-' win," says Coach Slater. Stacey Reddish, 3-for-3; Kay championship game through the wins $500.
district foe Clay High 86. Of the 15 BHS outs, 14 came o'n fly Allen, 2-for-3, and Brena Skeen, losers bracket, and won 128.
The BHS girls lost 12-2 to Class 3A balls Coach Slater pointed out. Buchholz 12 BIIS 2 2for3.In Leading hitters for Teal Tile for Managers of the Teal Tile team
summing up, Slater said the the weekend were Paul Rogers, are Ronnie Thomas and Lane Sibley.
Gainesville Buchholz last Thursday.If And, the BHS girls did Borne aggressive Bad luck continued to follow the of
the BHS girls, 2-6 now and 2-1 in Lady Tornado Softball team to the ladies were getting plenty peopleon __ .. -
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on the Clay defense. "We
Interlachen High this week they'll be were pressure sliding into bases,"says Coach 12-2 Friday, March 22, at Ed when they needed it. ? 3: ( ; ?. I
right at the top of the district stan- Slater. ward's Road complex.In ) :
\ dings, says Coach John Slater. KHSis their first meeting, Buchholz
Plus, the BHS girls had 17 hits.
The is 110 times than the earth.
11-1, their only loss to Clay by two Cindy Taylor led at the plate with a bombed the Lake Tornadoes 16-0. Coming .. sun larger :
runs in the bottom of the seventh inn 3-for-3 performance, including 2 It was a closer game than the up.
ing. Interlachen is defending district RBI's and 2 runs scored. Cindy score indicates, with the Tornados Today (Thursday, March 28)
champion.No Parado, Stacy Reddish and Marla having 11 hits to Buchholz's 12. Union County comes to town for a
team now has more than one Reddish were 2-for-4, Linda Hardin "We left 12 runners on base, and 4:30: p.m. game at Edward's Road.
district loss. and Tammy Lynn 2-for-3, and that's a lot in Softball," said Coach The Lady Tigers are 2-7 for the year.
Bridgett Skeen, 1-for-l. John Slater. "We'd hit a flyball or a Friday,March 29,BHS goes on the
BUS 8 Clay High 6 The defense allowed 3 runs on errors grounder and that would be it. They road to Keystone for their first night
The: BHS lady scored five runs irt in the third., ut1 settled! down were a little more consistent with game, set to begin at 7 p.m.

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Time Again... Aerobic Dance and Exerc;,,c.:: ..

With the weather warming-up, its getting time to start swinging those Time to get the old body back into shape with aerobic dance and exercise -
bats and scooping grounders again. The Starke Recreation Departmenthas classes offered here in town at the Rec Department.
a full season on tap for the younger set. Morning exercise classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9:30:
until 10:30 a.m.
T-Ball for All... There is no charge for the morning classes and there is still plenty of
T-Ball registration for youngsters 4-6 year olds begins March and runs spaces left in the classes, so come on down to the Old Armory and workout

until May 17. Fee is $6 for the season to pay for the cap and Tshirt.To .

sign your child up, go by the Pratt Street Center from 3-5 p.m. or the BIIS Mr. Ugly Contest... O _.
Old Armory on 301 from 8:30: a.m. until 5:50: p.m.
The All-Sports Club is looking for the ugliest guys at BHS for the first
Mr Ugly Contest to be held May 3. TO RENT
Small Fry and Juniors... To sign-up, see Mrs. Wanda Prevatt at the high school by Friday,

Small Fry, ages 6-8, and Juniors, ages 9-12,are forming teams as well. March 22, which is the last day.
Registration is $6 and covers the cost of the cap and Tshirt.To Be sure you have two female assistants to help with your talent acts and
register your ball-player, go by either of the Rec Department'scenters outfits. Stay tuned for more details. All proceeds will be used to purchase
between the hours given. sports equipment.
Age determination date Is June 10, 1985. A child's age at that time
o determines what league.. he/she is placed in. Strawberry Stroll on Tap ... MAGNOLIA HOTEL
The 2nd annual Strawberry Stroll is scheduled Saturday, April 13, the
Boy's Ba's'1b ll... Starke Recreation Dept. has announced.A DOWNTOWN STARKE
New this year at the Rec Dept is a team for boy's 15 to 18 who want to one-mile fun run will begin at 8:30: a.m. and a five-mlle run will beginat
play baseball. 9:30 a.m. Both runs will begin at the intersection of East Call and
This is Dixie' Boys Major League ball and it is new to the Rec Dept. this Walnut streets in downtown Starke.
year. Sign-up deadline is April 15 at the Old Armory. Games are planned Runners can pre-register from 8:30: a.m. to 5:30p.m. at the Rec Dept. in A place to move when you retire thatwon't
for Lake City; Gainesville and surrounding towns. the old Armory across.from Bradford High School. For more information
phone 964-6792. cost you your life savings...
Spring Tennis Tournament... Entry fees are$5 in advance and$6 the day of the race for the fivemilerun
I A single elimination men's and women's tennis tournament is scheduled and $1 for the one-mile fun run.
for the Pratt Street and Bradford High School courts May 17, 18 and 19. Located within blocks of doctors offices,
Deadline for entry is Friday, May 10. .
BAA To Host Jamboree.. stores.
Entry fee is$8 for doubles and$4 for singles. Balls will be provided by churches, restaurants and grocery
the Rec Dept and brackets and schedules will be finalized by: Tuesday, Brooker Athletic Association completed plans at a meeting held Thurs- that enough to checkon
May 14.Contact. day, March 21,for their third annual baseball jamboree to be held Fridayand Live with people care
the Rec Dept for further Information. Saturday March 29 & 30. each day and leave you alone when
A fish fry dinner, consisting of fried mullet, baked beans, cole slaw, you ,
hushpuppies and a beverage, will begin at 6:30: p.m. Friday at the new want your privacy.
Men's CItYLeague... Brooker school cafeteria. you
Games will I begin at 4 on Friday and at 9 a.m. on Saturday morn $
Anyone interested in playing in the Men's City Softball League needs to p.m. 1 00
attend an organizational meeting Thursday, March 28, 7:30: p.m. at the ing.boree.The Association's concession stand will be operating during the Jam- Nice ROOmS from month:

, old Armory. Profits from the affair will go toward financing the upcoming baseball FOR INFORMATIONSEE

: Umpire's clinic... season.
Jake Keene, president of the association, reported that six Brooker
f i Softball umpires will have a clinic Monday, April 1,at 7 p.m. Locationis teams will be competing this season: Two T-Ball teams, one girls Softball MRS. VAN HOOK
Edward's Road and the time Is 7 p.m. team and three Dixie Youth teams. He also reported that needed equip-
from Starke Post Office
I'' All potential blue shirts need to attend to sharpen your skills for the ment and supplies had been ordered and that the field lights should be Across
If still want to call but can't make the
coming year. you meeting. restored and be 100% ready for the season.
I the Rec Department at 964-6792 for more information. Action was taken to begin raising funds to finance a supervised sum-
Pay this year is $8.50 .ganre.. mer recreational and sports program for the youngsters of the community -
and area. . .

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was time to recognize the most Announced at the awards'' this year instead of a banquet to' 11'fl
but-atanding competitors from the ceremony was Coach Sexton is steppdng save money. The savings will be used
tell and winter ports seasons at the ( down as basketball coach: with to purchase equipment for the <
BHS audtttoWiun last Friday night ;this being his last season. acbool.: 1 1. +hYi 4s J
Picked-out were the ones who "We're loB ing\Mie of the best According: : to Hone, the club has # ,
made the difference in cross basketball coaches- the state of thebabaaebatl: a$1,400 pitching machinefor : I
country, volfoyball, wrestling, Florida," said Athletic Director team,$ooo worth of '' II_II 'IH _
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basketball and Weightlifting. The David Hurse. wind-screen for the tennis courts
awards ceremony was followed with Sexton will stay do with BHS and and are in the process: of buying
refreshments provided by the All- will still be assistant football coach: i some new hurdles for the trade

Sports Club And Rolf coach team. J.
Letter jackets this year will be

Cross Country... lighter weight so that the athletes
their beat All Sports Club... wIn be able to get more use from
"Our boy's probably had and The All-Sports Club reportedly! them than the heavy wool ones, said
since 1972 third at
year went to state,": said Coach George decided uptm an_awards assembly Hurse... __

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received the \ !
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for Moat Improved and
senior Paul McKinney was named .., ". -.. .
Most Outstanding. Senior Award I' !, '.
went to Skip Abdulla. "I ,' .... \". ., :,
"If you've got it, prove it," said .' ,
of the team. "Probablythe h .. d'-
Loper girls Top Talents. '
most incredible potential of any i' 964 4956 '
Receiving their awards at last '
involvedwith.1' .
of girls I've been 'Peek's BHS Awards banquet were -. ,
'' (at top) Daren Chandler receiving VI err 1005 S, Water Street (Rd 100)
Most Improved went to sophomore his award from Coach Mike Sexton, \i M MASTERCARD --
sUey Jackson. Lori Sapp was namat '
Outstanding. her Maria award Reddlshmlddlerecelvlng from Coach John Slater ALL SILKArrangements O

.. P! I Ia and John Hamlltonbottom) receiving 2 0
Heyball. his award from Coach David 0 OH
PIllIng In for volleyball coach Inez Tew. ,
s,athletic director David Hurse ) ;
___jiended the girls for their !6-8 ALL DISHGARDENS
record for the year. 1 001I

trophy Tailed was for Lisha the Long.Most Valuable I 0 on t i;

[Wrestling... -
,"The effort they put out made it
iccessful," said Coach David Tew. '
[finishing! the year fourth in the BUTCHER SHOP :
{(strict with a ..&-1 record, the Tor- With This Ad
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Edwards Road 964-5906
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jteceiving Senior Awards were :
Robert Taylor and Donnie Thornton 2 p Pepsio
while Moat Improved went to Brad Try Our: ,
"6 tees and Bruce Davis. The T .. l1i ', <= Ia E I

Coaches Award was outstanding : Boiled Ham. 99 .
Hamfiton and Most by :1 : . . 1/2 lb.
four year veteran Donnie Thornton. :

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"We'vf got a lot of winners on that "
team,"said Coach John Slater about o
his teams.JV and Varsity' girl's basketball : i ,

The JJ. the first one in several We specialize In personal, friendly ser

years"I've, finished found the that season girls 8-4.- young 'f t rc vice. We stock a full line of beef, pork

ladies-come in ready to learn, 'said USDA CHOICE low
and at everyday prices.
Slater in explaining some of what he poultry
coaching learned In his first' year of girls J BEEF SALE

The Senior Award was presentedto '
Pat Barber and the Outstanding ? 69
Defensive Player went to Beverly Ground Ck 1 k
Mosley. Outstanding Rebounderwas !6 ; ,..
Felicia Davis and Most Improved :: : i
was Cindy Strickland. Most ... ,
Valuable Player was junior Maria Bone-In .
Reddish, with a career total of 739 Steak.. 9 j'
points so far. She was also named to S + 6 Round .lb. 1 ;
the second team, all section by the h 1 tJ .1'
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With a 10-8 season, the boys JV Sirloin Steak 289 Nettles Smoked
\ ... lb.
team had a successful season, said ',\ Hot or Mild '
Coach John Sanders. 9
Recognized as the leading scorer .. Bottom 21 ,
was Eric Hooper. I -! -179 Sausage . . . lb.

Boys Varsity Basketball... Round Roast ..lb.
Country Style
"We made many games more exciting 'L \
than we should have." said LL: : Grade A Pork Ribs .119
Coach Mike Sexton about his '84-85 4I + Whole . . . ,
Tornados and their tendency to Paramount
decide games by four points or less. ..
Finishing with a 16-7 record for the 6 9 c 89

year as district champs, they nary Fryers . . .lb. Collard Greens. .B,
rowly missed winnng regionals by
two points in an overtime loss to
Cross City. -
The man with the most assists was
John David Francis who
averaged "
20 a new' school record. Y "f f&: ,
per game "
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Leading rebounder was Herbie ,',<
Cooper with 293 for the season. 1 PLANT '!; '
Simon Mitchell was named the Most ; \<::t

Improved and Sam Norman got the ',.-. .. ,. .
Sportsmanship trophy
Chandler was named Most Outstan-
ding for the season based on his
three new school records of 43 pointsin .
a game, 557 points in a single
and his of v Y ifiL'
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per game
In a successful season which saw "' RADIAL taffiBfl
MX qualify for the state meet CoachJimmy
Prevatt's strongmen made 3 Gal. Containers I \ $3115 ,
their mark this year. $3095 $3695 / ,
Senior Awards went to Mike Early 1I i Now In Bloom P153/MR13 P205/B70-14/ 41.95 P225/B70-15/ 47.1i

and Jamie Whitehead. Most Rose Bushes 6580R13.38.95P17580R13.31.95/ P215/B7H4/ 43.95 P235/870-15/ 41.96
Outstanding was earned by Chuck P1951758-14.35.15 P22SB70-14 41.95 P255/870-15/ 51.95
Coburn and Most Improved by Billy P20575814.37.95P21575W4.33.95 Pia5/8CR-13.42.l5
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note. -I P225/75B-14.40.95
70 Varieties to / P205/75R-15.41.85 P23&B60-15..M.95

Select From... IP225/75B-15.39.95/ P215/75R-15.41.95: P27SB50-15..M.I5
P23S75B-15.M.95 HI 70 Sato
Bedding General Rut*
BHS Golfers 51.15'A
fl235175R-15. ''lItCGm eatM Rta/
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In Stack 10-10-10 a iwEiBs(

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one- troke win over Middleburif !i an.temusowrR $ T aaSTATI .u- -- DUTY SHOCKS .2 GQ
on the Tornado golfers home course 40 Mt. MJK HIM Bj 'I I INSTALLED .

Tuesday March 26, at the Starke "0II..1I ;"REG. 1 'BL-S (MOST.AMERICAN CARS) AED ..
Golf and Country Club evens .the :> HOURS .. IXPIIK14IMTrrONffNOAUGHMENT"' I =':: .. '4/1/1''
BBS record at 22. -'" .r-----a11a1a1- a1 M ---.--.

BHS won 180181. The Torndee -..... Monday 8 a.m. "Saturday 6 II !!FRONT DISCS w.2 REAR DRUMS I RADIATOR FLUSH
played p.m. ww.w a..w .GS Pldt V area
Mlddleburg .
ago and lost by 11 strokes.a couple weeks -.. Sundaytn.a.m. :.::.:. -=, 1495 MurtM Oiwnt.or RMOHPK $4995 I DRAIN 6I
.... = 1 luring* sad e FLUSH SYSTEMS 95
Tom r :. .= ::: ,. $12''
W medalist Tues- -a n.m. = = $ Adjust. dud TM MoriAmnofi = INSPECT HOSES 8 '.
a39 over =:= .. ... 815,95
day, shot the eight ad- Cu. Ft. -----.pu-. "* '- : 4Viautmtaxumtmmmmtf-- ,.,......-Un: .....Miui-. 7Q1I'\1 -auTIFR Rffl.
Todd ClUenwaters shot 40, Randy 3 Black KowManure -jjBWtMl Vcnmauved" I "-.'SE4"*** 850.95 !
Wood 49, and Chris Douglas 52.
Pine Bark Mulch
In a busy week coming up,the Tornado .
golfers play at Macctonny: : at 4
p.m. today (Thursday March 28). $990 $2"
Monday, April l, they go to Bag BagHardware c'o '__
St.AuguatInetomakeup a rained out a
match.: They are home Tuesday .. ;
April 2, against Interiachen: and ;
Thursday, April 4 high a first .. -...; f .
meeting with Baker BHS beat C ."' .I Hwy 301 SoutK
Interlachea: In their first meeting, NAROWAaroan
aDd lost by three strokes to
StAugustiae, 189-138.

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\I, Starke Woman's Club Antique Show draws record crowd

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t By Mark Friedlin I'll be back next year."
BCT Staff Writer The show seems to have become a highlight of the
Hundreds of antique lovers, collectors, buyers and season for some collectors, who scavenge the area's '
browsers came from far and wide last weekend to en- many antique shops centered around a group of them
joy what has become one of the biggest shows.of its near the flea markets in Waldo.*.. _._ -, ,
,}IJ' .,type i The Antique and Collectible Show andSale sporu .-t'l've been saving( my;money lorthia.JaoW"w.,.... ; 1 $, 'd 4,
cored by the Woman's Club of Starke. several months" said Mrs. Joan Carson of Jackson- b
\ The three-day event was held this year at the Brad- ville, who had a large group of friends in tow. "We t. .k t
ford County Fairgrounds, a popular spot for out-of- came to the sale last year and I was surprised by the
town visitors which, combined with strong local and amount of things to see. This year's show Is even better :
area interest combined to give promoters of the show a than it was last year. We're hooked on these shows." : :L- ,_
record turnout. Visitors came from as far away as A dazzling display of silver items was one of the most \z .
Nova Scotia, and from throughout Florida and south attention getting displays at the show, featuring ;
Georgia. They joined travellers from Minnesota, Ohio, wonderfully crafted, and some very old, silverware r
Pennsylvania New York, Tennessee and Louisiana. from all ages and styles. There was a Teddy Roosevelt r
They browsed through 42 booths, packed with stein, with bone handles and a wide rim (for hearty '_
everything from rare silver to Mickey Mouse items, to toasting at all-night gatherings, no doubt,) and a stunning -
brass, clocks, china, crystal, primitives, old furniture, Louis XIV vase which looked as if the artisan has
kitchenware and linens. The variety of the displayswas literally flung molten silver into the air to form his
even greater than last year, reflecting the growing creation. .
popularity of the event. Guests entering the show saw a large display ot '
I Ij "This show has everything you ask for,especially for silver items, from which daily door prizes were awarded -
j an area this size," commented Jack Goodson of Savan- and a Grand Prize was given out Sunday on the
J nah, Georgia, who describes himself (with a twinkle in final day of the event.
his eye) as a "renowned clock collector". "I've been to
.I many shows in mv travels but this (is truly a rare find.Quite See Page 5

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Crowds of antique lovers came from far and wide Association, shows off some old hats along with Bar- e
last week as the Starke Woman's Club held It's Annual bara Meeks of Orange Park. I
Antique and Collectible Show at the Bradford County At bottom right Starke's Guy Andrews talks to Dr.
Fairgrounds.At and Mrs. D.W. Griffin In the show's dining area, a
top center Mary Peeler(sitting) uses her popular spot for the hundreds of out-of-town guests who I
bargaining skills for a shopper as Jan Stacklint C bottom helped make this show the best ever for the club.

center), President of the Jacksonville Antique Dealer's


Community ca lender

Have an announcement?... G.t it in to ui by KEYSTONI HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CROUPS..Alcoholic: STARKI BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ...meets from 7 8'30 p.m. AEROBIC CLASSES... are being offered Monday and
Mondays at 3 p.m. and w. can put It In the Calender. Local Anonymous and Alanon meet Monday, 8 p.m. (closed each Tuesday In the scout hut behind the tennis court on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., 4.30: and 7:30: p.m. And on Tuesdayand
.vent, church gathering. special' speakers or n.w group meeting) and Friday, 8 p.m., open meeting, in Educational Pratt Street In Stark. Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at the Keystone Height Woman
organizing will b. Includ.d on request. W. mutt ask that you Building Community Church, 1 Keystone Helahts. DUPLICATI IRIDGI CLUB..meet every Tuesday night at Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information.

k..p th.m a* concise a* possible. BOY SCOUT TROOP 51B..meets from 7:30 to 9 p.m. each 7:30: p.m. at Starke Woman Club. Bridge players or. invitedto OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS..meets each Thursday,. 11:30
Clubs & OrganizationsDYAL Thursday at the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Oay Saints attend.A a.m.. at St. Mark's Episcopal Church parish house; Tuesdays,
chapel I at 1404 Bessent Road In Storke. All boys from 11 to 18 7:30: p.m. at Keystone Height Community Church. For Information .
CEMETERY ASSNi meeting Monday, March 25 at 12 WEIGHT WATCHERS CLUB... is being held in Starke on 4732790.
or. welcome. Call 964. 580 for more information call 782-3931 or
noon In the County Commission Room. An/on Interested Monda/ nights at 6:30 p.m. Call Peggy Register -473-2730 l
urged to com.. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH... Meetings held each weekIn for more Information. n*Concerts

WITHIACOOCHEI SPRING BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL will beheld Boy the Scout Perish Troop House 109 Include each:Tuesday at 7 p.m. MELROSI'TOPS... The weight reducing club meets eachTu..day.t CONCERT PHONE NUMBERS... Jacksonville Coliseum and

March 29, 30, 31 on the bonks of the WlthlocoocheeRiver Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30: p.m. 9:30: a.m. at the Ellam Baptist Church In Melrose. Civic Auditorium .1.633.2900' : Florida Theatre 1-333-2787,;
South 1-724-6500 Orlando Bob Corr Center
6 miles West of Dun.llon on Highway 40 West. Shows Brownie meet Monday at 3 p.m. LAKI BUTLIR TOPS... Tak. Off Pounds Sensibly Club meets Playground ;
Friday 7.12' p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to midnight and Sundaygospel Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.m. each Thursday evening at 7:00: p.m.at UCHS. Lake Butler For 1-303-843-8111 and Theatre: Civic C.nl.r..305.3. I-813-686-7126<45.9898 Tallahassee; lakeland Civic CivicCenter
music 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more Info, 1-732-7343 or further Information call Linda Durham at 496-3384. ;
1.4898330Ocala. EXPLORER SCOUTING TROOP..Call 964-6911 for Informa Center 1.9 tion. AEROBIC CLASSES... are being offered In lake Butler on Curtiss Hixon Hall 1-813-223-8311, USF Sun Dome .
B.S.A. TROOP Jlii CAR WASH AND YARD SALE at Community Monday and Wednesday afternoons at 3:43 p.m. at the Union 1-813-974-3111; St., Petersburg Bayfronl Center .
State Bank of Starke, Saturday, March 23. CAR WASH KIYSTONI NIGHTOWLS... Night version of Homemakers County High School, Room No. 136.Fee for the class Is$2 per 1.813.893.7251; Daytona Beoch Peabody Auditorium .
Club meet second Tuesday of each month 7:30 at
starting at 10 a.m., $1.50 per car. YARD SALE starts ot 12:30 Church at : p.m. class. Coll 964.5078 for Information. __ '..904.252.082Cocoa Beach BroMy's1.3057843414.: _.
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I, I 95-year-old schoolhouse is highlight :(e Sidney Martin Day I

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I by Ann H.Sponholtz ding from outlying areas are charged sprouted many hotels and the Yes, the old wooden school houseof items of the late 1800's were set up day. Towering over the schoolyard,
i i SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER $UO a month to attend school at railroad served the community.And 1890 stands today. It is used by the all over the school grounds. Many of the old wooden building stood shin
. Interlachen's first school, In now there would be a school. school as a cafeteria and holds the those in attendance were dressed in ing under the Florida sun, looking
4 The year is 1890. A handful of terlachen Academy of Interlachen.In "It shall be the earnest endeavorof distinction of :being,' the oldest period costume to depict this era ofterlachen's elegant with its fresh paint of white
i school children skip along the rutted the Board of Trustees and the wooden school house fit Florida still history.The all-day affair with green- trim, as the shadows
country roads on their way to theirtworoom 1886 the trustees of the academy principal to offer the best opportunities in use.According to the town folks of included a dedication ceremony, front its companions of nearly a century
I ,' wooden school house. purchased a 200 ft. by 250 ft.:piece of of education at the most Interlachen, the school house stands barbecue dinners, beard and ,the ancient live-oaks, fell upon
They scurry up the front steps of the land from George W. Hastings, moderate cost, so that all may avail today because funding to restore the costume contests, musical events its frame. It is worth a trip to In
building and settle into'their desks. himself a trustee, for $250. Life was themselves of the privileges of the building was made available and parade.. terlachen just to get a glimpse of
Another school day begins in the bustling in Inter chen. The citrus institution," read the academy's. bylaws through the diligent work of But it was the 95 year-old school Florida's past transformed into a
town of Interlachen. Children atten- industry was prospering, the town Representative Sidney Martin of house that was the highlight of the part of her present.
The is 1983. Interlachen is a Hawthorne.
..... -t.,, ". ., ..:.. y UH.. J w- Il--, V.A sleepy year little town strewn with giant From 1963 to 1985,a major renova-, ....
", live oaks, flowering azaleas and tion of the 95 year-old building took
..... fishing lakes. It is a town which is I
..:.,., "I'r \,. '., place. Through this renovation, the
> having a' love affair with its
building has been returned to its
heritage. original size, shape and color. '
a From 1892-1904, the town of In-
terlachen owned the wooden schoolhouse The town of Interlachen knows
::1.l': ;( built by the Interlachen how to say"thank you"in a big way,
rJ Academy. In 1940, the town transferred and that's just what they did on
the property to the. Putnam Saturday, March 23. It was Sidney
County School Board who has ownedit Martin day in Interlachen.
ever since.Interlachen. "The building has been named
Community School as after Rep. Sidney Martin because of
;i it is known today,educates some 625 his diligence in working to obtain the Save $
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scurry up the steps and file into the mark the program for the day's ,
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Care Center is proud of the qualitycare 90 offices throughout the state, and Open House, Monday,
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ministrator of the newly expanded financial transactions at anyone Join us for refreshments as

facility on Colley Road, told Starke of them. you tour our new office and

Rotarians A $2 million last week.building and refurbishing Register to win a 7-day meet our friendly staff. We'll .

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I ,;; Judy Thacker demonstrates leadership abilities at .

t,, by Ann*'H.Sponholti ment to the teaching profession have school administration. of her students, the doesn't demand l.t
SPECIAL FEATURy.'RITU"A not gone unnoticed. Judy was Judy.la quick to point out that her. respect, but she quality Bets about It because her from she
recently named Teacher of the Yearat family play a very important role has a special natural
teacher affects eternity; he can KHES and was recognized for her In her life. which flows a feeling of
never tell where hi'* ln/iunce accomplishments: : at a meeting of the 'I'm very involved In all my son' respect from her students.. ill
stops." Clay County School Board in March.It activities,' said Judy referring to When you see Judy *she carriesout : M
--H.nry Adam.((1638.191$) u through this dedication and her son, Shannon, who .U an active her role faces a*of teacher her students, and,you illia
American commitment to education that Judy seventh grader. watch the one
of the words of John F.
demonstrate her .Is reminded
has received the respect and appreciation Judy continues to tOit
Judy Thacker has demonstrated of her fellow faculty leadership!! abilities. When Judy- to. .Kennedy: "Leadership and learning'are "
each other.
her leadership abilities since her members, her students and the out on the athletic_fieldwith a grouse indispensable "eofb
high school days in Marshall
Missouri.Judy was vice president of M
the student body, a varsity "19
cheerleader president of the Pep JEWELRY ':I:
Club as well as holding many other 'BUY-OUT SALE to
leadership positions in high school
and receiving numerous honors. ',..
Today Judy exemplifies leader- voGl:
Top Teacher... ship through her role as a teacher at TIME ONLY! .
Teacher-of-Ute-Year Judy Thicker gives another group of elementary Keystone Heights Elementary FOR A LIMITED 01I
school youngsters a lecture at Keystone Elementary School. School where she demonstrates the
old-fashioned values of committ U
ment and dedication by always going
far beyond the call of duty. "CN1'
During the present school year, ::1
Denmark Furniture Judy served as the teacher .
representative to the Parent Faculty
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': "She has brought so much'to the ANNIVERSARY FASHIONS CJ
PFA by all her interests and efforts. GENT'S BANDS LADIES idI"
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are all so appreciative of the way in $$99 $299V :'
which Judy filled this role," said
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PFA. Cl. $1 751ti y
Judy was instrumental in bringing s4 Ct. TW CL $7E9 ; '
to the students at KHES the Art in 13" w cr. $2 '7'
School Program which has offeredon t.K4
art appreciation program for the CLUSTER
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construct the elaborate playgroundfor 1 CL TW N C'TW SIONne $179
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Judy has been on the permanent ( ${$
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Before that time she substituted in DIAMOND
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Collectibles.Constructed of oak veneers and solids years prior teaching experience in &
and other selected hardwoods.Each country accent Duval County.
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sliver The lucky ticket holden and their won by Jean Mundy, of KIngsley Would you support a non-
prizes Included Barbara Lake, and the final prize of$.00 was
Mother New York who won a won by Carol Davis of Orange Park. 11( 71, denominatinal Christian Bible
tray; Cynthia Knowlea of High Spr The show was deemed a great success ,
ings who won a water pitcher: Joan by the chairman Mrs.John W. Book & Gift Store in Starke?
Geialnger of Crystal River winning Griffin,who said she and her helpers
a coffee carafe; Freda Judd of are "already looking forward to
Starke who won a silver ladle; and next year's event. Almost all of the Please check boxes( ) that you would be
the Grand Prize winner Rhonda exhibitors in this year's show have ,
Murray of Starke who won the five already signed up for space in next interested in. Clip and mail to Bible Gift
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Sunday as the show drew to already at a premium, as r
a close. several interested exhibitors were ',.1 M Your Help will be Greatly Appreciated I IH
Good food and hand-made craft turned down due to lack of space
articles sold In the Woman's Club's during the final days leading up to ,, Jrr ( I am interested 0 I am not interested
own"Strawberry Boutique"and the the show + fc I bIp CD Christian Records 0 Christian Tapes
food was especially popular filling "We may have to expand the p Zl 0
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the dining area, attractlvly number of booths we offer/said one Christian Books
decorated with hanging baskets, on Woman's Club member, "We were + 't D Christian Books 0 Christian Jewelry
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running the show three days of financial they are success sure the as well show as will an be artistic a- _:& Zl Seasonal Gifts 0 Home Gifts
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Obituaries ,

t Mrs. Emma T. Smith Jacksonville, died Saturday, Mar. First Christian Church in Starke. nieces, nephews and many cousins. Born in Oswego, New York, Mr. 'Card of Thanks
Mrs. Emma Tomlinson Smith, 77, 16, in Gainesville, after being accidentally Survivors include two daughters Funeral services will be held at 1 Sugar had been in this area for the \
of Lake Butler, died Tuesday night, overcome by carbon Mrs. Dorothy Harper of Starke andMrs First Thursday, March 28 in the last month, visiting friends. He was The kindness and sympathy of
: March 19 in St. Vincents Hospital, monoxide. Mr. White was born and Valda Bushkill of Noris City Christian Church, with Rev retired from Metropolitan Life In- neighbors and friends in our recent
I Jacksonville, following a brief il- had lived all his life in Jacksonville.He IL; two sons, Tommy Roberts of Raymond Baer, pastor, and Rev. surance Company as an insurance sorrow will always remain with us
I lness. was a trailer mechanic and a Jacksonville and Robert Roberts of Gene Bass officiating. Burial will be agent and was Catholic by faith. a precious memory. Our sincere
i! A lifelong resident of Union County member of the First Baptist Churchof Orlando; two brothers, John and in Wynn Cemetery, Sampson City, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. as thanks and gratitude for all those
Mrs. Smith was a member of Jacksonville. Herman Barker, both of Sidney, with Jones Funeral Home of Starkein Shirley J. Dixon Sugar of Oswego, comforting,acts.
Johnstown Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Ohio; 10 grandchildren and eight charge of arrangements. NY.; two sons, Bob and Joe. Sugar, -from the family; of
Survivors Include two daughters Nina M. White of Jacksonville; his great grandchildren. both of Oswego. Jack F.McComb,Sr.
Iva Agnes Woods of Lake Butler ana parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd White, Funeral services were held Joseph P. Sugar, Jr. Funeral services will be held in
Lois E.Thomas of Jacksonville; two Jr. of Jacksonville; one brother, Wednesday, March 27, at 2 p.m. in Joseph Phillip Sugar, Jr., 58, of Oswego, N.Y., with burial in St.
I sons, James K. Smith of Cocoa George White of Jacksonville; one the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, Starke, Oswego, N.Y., died Saturday night, Peters Cemetery Jones Funeral
Beach and Rev. Ralph Smith of sister, Virginia Diane Coleman of with Rev. Roman Alvarez of- March 23, in Starke, following a sud- Home of Starke in charge of local arrangements
Eastman Ga.; one brother, Seber Jacksonville; his paternal grand- ficiating. Burial was in Hope den attack .
Tomlinson of Jacksonville; 12 mother, Mrs. Rita G. White of Cemetery, Theressa, under the
grandchildren and 10 great grand- Jacksonville and his maternal direction of Jones Funeral Home of
children. grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Wiggins of Starke.
Funeral services were held Thurs- Maine.
day, March 21, at 3 p.m. in Funeral services were held Henson C. Wynn ,1 1 a J aLi
Johnstown Baptist Church with Rev. Wednesday, March 20, at 10:30: a.m. Henion Calhoun ( 75, I
C.J. Thomas and Rev. Roscoe Creed at Fraser Funeral Home Chapel in of Starke, died Tuesday morning, I
officiating. Burial was in Dekle Jacksonville with Rev. Robert Mar- March 26,in Bradford Hospital,Inc.,
l Cemetery in Lake Butler with Ar tin officiating. Burial was in River- following a long illness.A SUPER VALUE DAYS
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin side Cemetery. Archer Funeral lifelong resident of
charge of arrangements. Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar City area,Mr.Wynn was retires a r aI

rangements. heavy equipment operator from the 1r
I'', I Sgt. Lloyd H.White III Bradford County Road Departmentand I r
Sgt. Lloyd H. White, III, of Cherry Margaret M.llarrell was a member of the First t
Point, N.C., died Saturday night, Mrs. Margaret Marie Harrell, 81, Christian Church in Starke.' During Super Value Days when choose either a 6-bushel grass K,
March 16, in Gainesville, from of Starke, died Sunday, March 24, in Survivors include one son, Jack you purchase any Snapper catcher or dump cart-FREE!
becoming accidentally overcome by Bradford Hospital, Inc., following a Wynn of Starke; one brother, Ossie rear-engine riding mower at
carbon monoxide poisoning. Sgt. brief illness. Wynn of Starke; one sister, Mrs. ._
White was born in Melrose, Mass., Born in Sidney, Ohio, Mrs. Harrell Lossie Daugherty of Starke; and one regular retail price .t
had served for 17 years in the U.S. moved to Starke, from Jacksonville, granddaughter Miss Lillie Ann you can
Marine Corp. and was a member of 42 years ago. She last attended the Denice Wynn of Dade City; several _

the Baptist faith.Survivors safety and a !
include his wife, k i s smootherride
Christie of Havelock, N.C.; one son, -- ,our r- I
Michael R.White of Havelock, N.C.;i.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LloyriWhite I I--f_ ; riders now -ocr&.
Jr. of Jacksonville; one PONTOONS NOW IN STOCK have an automatic HOW IS IT MADE?
brother, George C. White of { w blade stop and In simple terms, carpet is
Jacksonville one sister, Diane Col- **
; smooth start clutch. manufactured
by a complicated
eman of Jacksonville; his paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Rita G. White of y coordination of raw materialsand
Jacksonville and his maternal ..... several production techni-
grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Wiggins of b PER. ques before it becomes the
Maine. SINGLE a w narww inawwn beautiful finished product that ,
Funeral services were held BAG I you buy.
Wednesday morning, Mar. 20, at GRASS Yarn is woven, then dyed by
Central Baptist Church in Jackson- CATCHER y one of a variety of methods to insure i
ville at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Randy Retail Value
color fastness and at the
Umberger officiating. Burial was in 150.00 *
same time preserve the quality of
Riverside Memorial Park under the
DUMPCART / the The is then
yarn. yarn woven
direction of Archer Funeral Home of
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Two. Former Correctional Officers ter Pleas to Crimes -I

Two former correctional officers was dropped. Circuit Court R. Sheffield was arrested October 4 discovered at FSP in celldoor and
Jude early August. keys marijuana. and
charged with smuggling Items into A. Green, Jr. sentenced to and charged with receiving unlawful The Department of Another possession of than 20 prams
, Corrections correctional officer of
accused ar
, Florida State Prison plead guilty to three years probation plus.a fine of introduction of contraband marijuana.
compensation the correctional officers of tak- rested in the incident,Byrdus McKenzie The fourth officer
leaser $300 and charged in the of-
offenses Monday in Bradford $500 in court costs. Sheffield and possession of more than 20 ing cash from inmates and 47, of
. had relativesof Lawtey was sentenced to a fense, Roger G. of
Circuit Court. worked Harvey Keystone
,at_ FSP for three .
years. grams marijuana.Edwards inmates
to deliver drugs, weapons 20-year prison term in January after Heights, Is In the custody of the county -
Claude Milton was also arrested Oct. 4 and escape tools inside the he pled guilty to introduction of contraband ail. His case is scheduled for
Sheffield. 44. of Brian W. Edwards and charged with Introduction of con- including the ammunition Doc
Starke offered no defense to a charge of traband Day April 1.
including marijuana, maximum-security prison. Four in- -
guilty to unlawful
of possession of compensation a sr s- -
more than 20 mates 7aa.w
gramsof by a public ,22-caliber ammunition and hacksaw were discovered to
mariluana on Mav 10, 1984 and a sentened at a later employee date. and will be blades. 1 zipguns and dozens of have

_charge of introduction of contraband been employed at_FSP for Edwards five years.had The contraband items were hacksaw.22-callber blades bullets, toot., homemade, I II

DUI Trial Ends I

When Mistrial DeclairedJudge "Spring Festival -. SPECIAL II II

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Starke Thomas was Allen charged Reddish with, driving 27, of of the the bottom jurors of the was paper not indicated in complete one win Dress Shop on Call St. Our 3 hour spec- Completed in 10 Days .

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police officer. Reddish pled notguiltyand defendant was impaired,the juror portant you are to us. I $9,000I
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Giant presented Patrolman W. C. blood alcohol content was .17 percent, Friday, March 29 from 4-7 p.m I Repairs 16fx32fx3' to 8f
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Alvarez who testified for the state. report was not admissable in the trial. What a great time to do your Easter shopping r l'"lTl' with ladder, diving board, 1
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Change BC Traffic of Plea Court Day SAWYER: / { b t

March 4 & IV I

John R. Luke, driving while intox- .
icated; fined $344, 50 hours com-
munity service Salvation Army six
months, license suspended six months
DWI school.
Luke, refused to sign citations;
fined 5925.
Luke driving while licensesuspended
or revoked; dropped by
state attorney.
Joseph Ned Davidson, disorderly
intoxication, resisting arrest without
violence; sentenced to time served.
Joseph David Stewart, driving
while license suspended or revoked; 1
15 days in Jail, credit for time serv-

March 18
Traffic Criminal

James M. Parrish charged with
driving while intoxicated; fined
$334, license suspended six months,
50 hours community work, Salvation
Army supervision, attend DWI

school.Ebbie Dwayne McKinley, fleeing- I Ia7h
attempting to elude;.dismissed, fined I i
I' $54. I I II
d Roosevelt Covington, nol valid I I 91
driver's produced license valid !license.: dismissed $10 cost, I II r.M. w. M.

Covington, careless driving; pay

driver's$25 Harold cost.license R. Higginbotham; fined 5925., no valid I Ill II H J JI

toxicaated Helen Hall; Lewis fined, driving$334, hwile license in- I

suspended six months, 50 hours com
munity work, Salvation Army super-
vision, attend DWI school. ( gerald
Carl Joahim Kann, driving while
license suspended; produced valid
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Luther Marvin Moody, ran red I 5 CHEST FREEZER
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I Kalistsa Zias, no valid driver's baked acrylic enamel

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The following defendants plead ,
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m county court.

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Roger Randy Miller,driving while Scotched
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Sim Franklin, Jr., criminal Foam Insulation, and Lock with Pop-Out Safety Key are lust a j Nacessar .
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Lane Dean McCauley, trespass; 90 .
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Don Otis Stapf, resisting officer INSTANT .. _
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Stapf, driving while intoxicated Men ti i' aio ; -J
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William Richard Alvarez, posses- Qualified
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J or use any drugs. 332 W. Madison 964-7701 Starke
Alvarez, possession drug
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\.J. : BMX bikers riding high in Keystone Heights


By Linda Wharton, LRM Editor The other promising rider In the the sport. Hall says all you have to cost a thing to practice," he said.
Hall family, Kevin, earned the do to get Into the sport Is "show up"In Parents are required to accompany -
number one spot in the state last a long sleeve shirt, long pants and their child or children to the
Keystone Heights
7' g i !J J quite a few national place winners produced In year in his eight year old Expert have a bike. He says many begin the track and sign an injury council release of
I j the BMX(Bicycle Moto Cross) sport Class and came in third nationally. sport with just a regular bike. And removing the parent's
4 which has continued to build He also won the Florida Olympic you have a choice of just racing liability.
In In
! if" I popularity on the east coast the Sunshine Games held In Orlando last locally or getting Into the big national Hall advises anyone Interested
L- past several over July.Points. competition. the sport to go to the track, talk to
t .. ,.... Two of these years.national winners are gained In all sanctionedraces "If you want to spend alot of the kids and people who have been
I the nine and ten are and have put both boys in the money then you can definably do racing awhile and know the ropes
I 1 + ., .. Dennis and Janet year Hall of old sons of 1,000 Points Club." it," he added. before going out and buying a bunchof
Heights. Keystone Kevin was also the winner in his "The track (in Keystone) Is openevery expensive equipment they might
'I. Jtt Both boys have been racing for division of the NBL Larry WilcoxTV Tuesday night and!:, it doesn't not even need.
, about two years and are members of ( star on Chips) sponsored race -
held in Orlando and earned the
the NPSA -
(National Pedals
) .. Association) and Just recently joined Sport number two spot in the district race

i ..... the NBL (National Bicycle League). held Both in Jacksonville ride the last Hutch month.
! -: "Most of their awards are under boys Expert Do You Hold A ?
the NPSA since they just joined the bikes but parents are contemplating Mortgage
..". J NBL this year," their mother said. purchasing new ones this year.
I Last year, 10 old Brian "There goes my screened in if so
porch, Janet said, but quickly add-
I ed the National No. 3 and the
'II Mt( CUx f qy State No. ed that she Is proud of her two sons' convert that
I 4 place In his junior agesoup devotion, ambition and sportsmanship You may mortgageinto .
and racing division in the
in the sport. cash dollars
To obtain the national award, "You can put as much money into by selling all or part.
!A f 'I Brian raced in three Super Crosses bikes and equipment as you want or
and the Grand .National held in go as cheap as you want to go," said Just Call
Gainesville this past year. the boy's father, Dennis. "There are
His state award came after racing two misconceptions of the sport- Amelia Mortgage Corporation
in three Triple Crown races which the cost and how it operates." '

were held in Keystone Heights, "New comers don't go out and ((904)) 3988300Quick
Tampa Orlan o.
race people who have been racing
Just recently,after entering the 10 for years," Hall said. "They have Courteous Service Call Collect
year old Expert Class, Brian came proficiency classes. The NPSA runsa
2005 Gibson Rd. Jax, Fl 32207
In sixth in the NBL sanctioned race beginner, junior and then expert
held in Miami and two weeks ago, class. The Experts Class is made up
came in third in the first of seven of people who have been racing
a t I district races that qualify him for about a year. and have gained ex
state competition. He has six more perience.' ANNOUNCING....
district races scheduled that are And you don't have to have a first
t spaced from now until August. rate, most expensive bike to enters
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youngsters who have been hooked on BMX bike racing. Brian and Kevin ORDER SOFTBALL UNIFORMS NOW LoAon) '
r have risen to the top ranks of the bike racers in a relativly short time,
riding on local tracks as well as in contests outoftown.BILLY NEW SHIPMENT PEST

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a candidate for a oD
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transplant) Billy Bostick shouted
Jubilantly, to his grandparents :rceF Slab Fryer Breast Utility9 polyethylene sprayer
Mary and Howard Grove of .1 gallon polyethylene tank I
Keystone Heights. "Im really goingto
". 99c Corrosion.resistant ** nn
run! Bacon
On March 2, physicians at lb. 99 Model 60181 or 6681 Mnfjf TI/I
Children's Hospital in Pittsburg con- Suggested List$24.99 "OW H mV
firmed that a heart-lung transplantis Fresh hudson
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the only
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Billy must have$150,000 waiting in I 69 <=
an escrow account before his name Assorted Hi-Kil with Baygon C88J 60181I

; will be added to the active organ lb. 8 oz. bottle, Reg. 7.69 . . .
donor list. Until then, a local car- Pork
diologist will monitor Billy who must New Hi-Kil (Dursbun) 788

return to Children's Hospitial for a Chops 99Freezer .jf". ,, 8 oz. bottle. Reg. 9.99 . . .
reevaluation in six months. lb. .
Billy, who impressed physicians .\7if, j f ._.
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determination to live, returned I 1111 CLIP&SAVE.
home last week. Now that the first =- = tip".1 $ :fl : t .I! I II
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major hurdle is over, the medical II 1 6
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evaluation, family and friends are DIAZINON SPRAY'
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hoping that Billy will not suffer the ( Co": '" : A* ' fate of many other terminal patients I mDlAiltl:!) Controls many Insects In the garden | ,
I dying because not enough Hind l 1.37Sides !.-.._ and lawn. 16 oz. bottle, reg. 7.69
Quarter's I.I
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surgery.The Theressa Volunteer Fire .1.27 < I I". t .-',.'.d I Limit 6 please O :J

Department wants to help give Billy i . . .0':. .1. j ( I i. ::- =C. Good thru Subject to sello.UU.! IfCLII" 4Y -
I, his chance tb live and run like other : / CHOICE ,"" .,. .:. /.2J85. ,; "

I help boys.Billy They raise are doing the nearly all they$500,000 can to Fronts. ... . . 1 19I .L}__ _(_.,..;............Nr1N..;.;;..;.-; ..- .- :, { I
needed for I ._.,. wn ewl xwwN+l.ncr..r.w. Rr
that They will will be be having his a rummage surgery. I Cut and Wrapped for Your Freezer "fJTGustafson's .777 .<.u. .alwillr, 1x <;"At A SAVE
sale on Saturday March 30 from 8 to Satisfaction Guaranteed ''I tf L'i -
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has already had one sale and made Fresh ':j' Rabbit & Dog Repellent -6 pmI ;

If $1,100 to help Billy. They are hoping 61L219 I I Harmless and Effective '

'9'J l : this that time.they can make $2,000 for Billy Milk Y. ., Cube. I 13 to.bag Reg. 3.59 "\ 9 8 I. dn". Sad'

also has trust fund set at 29 I with coupon only II
11 Billy a up 1.99
!i the Keystone State Bank and dona- .Y. . Low Fit Steak 2 I Limit Subject to Sellout Expires 4/2/85/ I
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Two Waldo Men Recent ArrestsIn gravated assault; according to Sgt.G. "
R. Nichols. Bond was set at
Charged With TheftTwo Bradford CountyThe $2,500. DeSue was released on her"

Waldo men were arrested, following arrested were made own recognizance with the special
March 25 and charged with taking by local authorities during the past condition she stay,away from the Norman's Market
Umber from the property of Doyle week. victim. ..

Conner. Luis Ramos, 25, of' Miami was U.S. 301 South 964-6071
Charged with grand theft and Connie Waldron,29,of Hawthorne'
trespass in the offense are John was arrested March 21 and charged picked up at Union Correctional In- "The Country Store For More"
William stitution at expiration of sentenceand ,
Matheny and Alton Ray with disorderly intoxication, according -' .
Farley,according to Earl Robertson, to Patrolman Clint Blanken- charged with escape,according
Division of Forestry. ship. Bond was set at $100, she was to Deputy Gene Lee.Ramos remains j f Open. 8:30_:am 7 pm Mon. thru Sat.
in the Bradford
The two men alledgedly removed released on her own recognizance. County Jail. \
timber from the property without permission Compare Our Prices & Saved I
:The investigation was com- Robert Earl Hall,Jr. 24, of Brad- Steven E. Cornwall charged 18. of Starke I :
bined effort of the Department of ford County, was arrested on was additionally March 25
Agriculture,Division of Forestry and outstanding warrants from Duval for attempted aggravated Cornwall battery Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA Food Stamps!
Bradford County Sheriff's Office. County charging no valid driver'slicense according to Deputy Lee. l

2500.released Bond( Matheny for on their the charges own and recognizance.Farley was set were at Eunice,;according Bond was to set Deputy at$301.Sammy in custody. ; !!!i ;!Ih! j l.!ijii,! :!ii!! !\;!!,!!!!i!IJ1lillijiillli1'I!I !!!',] ;!!' I..SPRiNG 'SHOWER OF . :! !!!! !' !liliilIJj1Iij!!jI: !!!!

Andrea Renea Jenkins of Starke Inmate Gets Stay
was arrested Match 22 for driving Has No
:.Starke Man Arrested while license suspended, according AttorneyA Food Buying Power
to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Jenkinswas death row inmate'still without a
Charged ResistingLoyal released after a $210 surety lawyer on the eve of his scheduled execution -
bond was posted. ,got a stay March 18 from the 1
Eddie Aldridge was arrested Florida Supreme Court, which expressed
March 16 for battery of a law Harold Hollis Waldron, 50, of concern that a man could die GROUND I BOSTON WHOLE
enforcement officer, three counts of Hampton was arrested March 18 for without a last legal examination of his I I
resisting arrest with violence and driving under influence, according case.
threating a public servent, accor- to Chief John Hodges. Waldron's James Agan condemned for BEEF BUTTS FRYERS
ding to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. blood alcohol content was .24 per- murdering a feIiow inmate in 1980, I I
Aldridge alledgedly struck or cent. Bond was set at$325,Waldron had no formal representation at a More Grade: A Twin Pack99c
kicked the arresting officers as they 3 Lbs. or
was released on his own high court hearing, but a Florida
attempted to arrest him in the Reno recognizance. State University law professor was 99Ib.
area of Starke. Officers involved allowed to speak on behalf of I I C
were Clint Blankenship, Paul Ulyssis Roberts of Starke was arrested organizations that try to arrange for t 59
Rhoden, and three auxiliary March 18 for driving while in- attorneys in such cases. -- mm Oak CreekBacon
policemen.Total toxicated and driving while license The ruling also blocked the"execution Ib.
bond was set at $5,000. suspended, according to Patrolman of Robert Brian Waterhouse,who lb.
Aldridge was released on his own Dwight Groves. Roberts was released was sentenced to death for a murder -- --I I I - --
recognizance. on a $535 cash bond. five years ago in St. Petersburg.Both .

Man Arrested die at men?a.m.originally March 19 were at FSP.scheduledto Each Boneless I 11b I Boneless
Burglary ChargesRicky Cynthia Ann DeSue, 18, of Starke had been granted a stay by lower 8 gel
was arrested March 22 for ag courts March 15. Shoulder pack CHUCK
Wayne Hall of Starke was .. I _q-------------------r I
arrested March 23 on two outstan-
ding warrants, according to Sgt. ROAST Afar 1 lb. Pack ROAST
Wayne Wilkinson. Where more r I Hot or Mild I
i he warrants charged burglary

a unoccupied conveyance structure.1 and burglary Bond for of each an ':' Americans finda I Sausage169 I $439
charge was set at $2,000. Hall was $159

released on his own recognizance. bigger refund \ _.... -. lb. I $ -I I --- Ib.

Escape Tunnels / Boneless ............. ea. -.-
Discovered at UCI i l BonelessSTEW I CUBE

Eight inmates who dug a tunnel SIRLOIN
from the maintenance yard to within I I
30 feet of the outer fence at Union H&R BOCIt STEAK
Correctional Institution are being STEAK
held in administrative confinement "" l I BI i BEEF I
We can't promise
David i everyone
according to spokesperson Found Patricia Leser this but In a recent survey of. t I $ 499
Skipper. customers who refunds. 3
Prison officials found the tunnel 11 out of 4 believe they got bigger $239 | I
March 6 after it was reported by a 5R 1. J. 1/1. refunds than if they did their, $469 lb.
"confidential informant, and an In- 4J own taxes.3 out of 41! lb.
vestigation was begun within the b

prison One system.tunnel had been abandoned, What can we find for you?
havingj een closed six months ago
when oonstruction was begun on the
active tunnel. The tunnels were fill- Keystone Hgts. Starke
with cement promptly l but the .. Z.HEADS
!led inmatessuspected digging it- ,.. SR 21 N 473-3646 i .* 964 N. Tem.":964-828& NC'k t r. -
be held in solitary confinementuntil Lettuce89e
an investigation is completedand roccoir
charges, if any, are filed, said

Skipper They were. found out before they : Jumbo 0
could finish, said one prison official.In 69
his opinion, they would have 1384 COR SOLE Whiter
never completed it. It would have .
for them to I I
taken too long escape
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detection. Too many people wouldsee Onions
them working on it.
The approximately 30-feet tunnel WE HAVE FOUR 1984 MODELS Ex-Fancy South Florida
from the prison maintenance
yard drain to and a followed 36-inch the diameter drain toward storm LEFT IN STOCK Red DeUcious. 4 9 o PoleBeans

the fence until it became too narrowto 3lbs.

The crawl inmates through.busted through the YOU WILL Apples

other side of the storm drain and x
began their own tunnel, said Skip- From Our Farm ;
per.That tunnel only went a few feet SAVE 39C Fresh 7g ..
from there before it was detected. StarkeStrawberries
The inmates suspected of diggingthe lb lb.
underground escape route were BIG
maintenance "
assigned to the prison -
detail and had access to equipmentused
on their jobs. ON THESE MODELS Farm Fresh Picked We Have....
The underground escape route _
was dug in daylight a few yards Collards
from supervisors watching the StringBeans.
maintenance detail. The detail had Financing on
done some work on the storm drain. Pint Mustards89e
"With a crew of men out working,
you've got maybe 10 or 12 working, CavaliersTo
and your've got'a supervisor and 59
observer. Three or four could be O :
down working (on the tunnel) and 8 8 S-10 PicktiB Turnips
wouldn't be missed until a head lb.
count. And they wouldn't stay down -. \ 't
that long," said a prison official. .& Fir nzOUR .
Tools lumber and a flashlightwere
found in the active tunnel and
removed.All i Select
the inmates were "closecustody" FRESH
prisoners who weren'tallowed SERVICE
to work off the prison Oysters
grounds.No changes in security pro- DEPT IS OPEN U I
cedures were made following the
discovery of the tunnels,"but it cer- .
tainly brought to our attention the till 1$369
fact that something like this could on ._ noon _
"said the prison I
happen -- '
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page'40 of this.week's '25.00
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Sterling Silver or Cubic Zlrconla -
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Girl Scouts in Bradford-Union This is a requirement for the Juliette was baptized, married and Those making the trip were Laurie : GeS:\?< \\ 10% for Members of Party / ye23p65n I;
Neighborhood celebrated Girl Scout Emergency Preparedness patch where her funeral was held. Also Mullins, Carolyn Izlar, Judy Dukes, LI
Birthday March Scout needed to earn their Silver Award. where John Wesley started the first Joyce Sutton, Lila Rae Yawn, ; oes\\n\ and Family DA :
Week by, meeting withdtheir sister Senior Scouts have been workingon Sunday School in America, special Carmen Eaves, Andrea Waterhouseand L_____________________________.rr.r..q..lNEW
troops for programs and parties. their Challenge of the Promise for the Methodists in the crowd. Carolyn Eaves.
Senior Troop 669 entertained and Law to help make the Girl Scout !

Cadette Troop 520 at a party,servinga way a part of their daily lives. They METHOD CARPET
tier birthday cake with the traditional prepared the birthday party
daisy flowers in green and celebration and are constructing the EYE EXAMINATIONSBy '
yellow and punch to the 30 Cadettes rock for the Easter steps to the DRY CLEANING
and their leaders. Games were enjoyed cross.
during the party hour, when Independent Ophthalmologists
each scout launched helium filled
balloon with birthday messages. Cookies Still AvailableA Our Dry Cleaning Product
few cookies are left in the troopsin IN OUR OFFICE'
Junior Troop 605 entertained the neighborhood. The cookie Consist of Four Ingredients
Brownie Troops 301 and 311 Thurs- money has been turned in to councilso f
day at the Masonic Lodge with any cookies we sell now are all Dry Cleaning Solution Germacide -*'
leaders Mary Looney, Diane Moody, profit to the scouts and we need to
Ann Davis and Julie Padgett. The sell everything we have. Soil Guard Carpet Freshner J .
scouts not buy a box or two to put in "h
played games, sang songs, Why Call for
now an
enjoyed a craft and had birthday your Phone 468-1471 ;
cake and other refreshments to
celebrate Girl Scout Week The Eyeglass Store For Appointment ,. '
Members of Brownie Troop 301 In- Adults Enjoy SavannahThe 964.8588 ..
clude Monica Nichols, Beth adult trip to Savannah the OWNED AND OPERATED BY ".' .. ,'

Modesitt, Lindsey Walkup, Mikki first weekend in March was great 1 Donald W. Martin and Edwin L. Sanders .'
Moody, Michelle Hodges, Amy Par- fun. It is fun to take scouts to visit
rish and Christy Paulk. Troop 311 the birthplace of their founder but i":. -
members are Stacey Ritch, Shantell was super to be on 'our own' in -
Ritch, Charmil Spooner, Katina Savannah.The I c:, Welcomes NEXUS: DON'T FUSS, CALL US
Hampton, Rae Padgett. loft suites were just as nice as :i.
Juniors Sarah Looney, April Duffy we remembered them at the Days I <<;\ Mike's Auto Electric
Danielle Smith, Sharie Rowe, Inn on Bay Street and we really en- \..c. c. Suzi Hamilton
Brandee Moody, Melanie Trimbel, joyed our stay. We walked through &
Samatha Dees, Rara Hinds, Tara the restored area, toured the I : Perms $2O -
Groudons, Tashawna Vanzant, Gordon-Low home where Daisy liv- c:, Radiator Service
Tracy Vanzant, Stacey Turner, ed as a child, the home Daisy lived in
Christa Modeseitt, Tiki Williams, after her marriage, ate at the I a Cut a Style 59 SUKIOnly t'f 473-7557
Kishanna Spooner, Barbara Pirates House and covered the Frosting 51' '
Thomas, Stephanie Clark, LaRae waterfront. A craft show was in progress Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights

Geiger. Cadettes Kim Hampton and on River Street which was a 118 S. Thompson Street Foreign &<< Domestic Alternators &<< Starters
Tara DeSue with the
helped party. special attraction. 9 64.
The Brownies are working on a Sunday we attended services at in Merle Norman Building T *JL/( Monday Friday 8.5 Saturday 8.12
Dabbler badge, they visited the Bad- Christ Episcopal Church where -
ford County Health Department and 1

spend Saturday in Disney World on
the special Girl Scout Day, March

Cadettes are working hard on
their CPR and First Aid Course,
taught by Emergency Services
Director Cliff Chapman and staff


Starke Methodist A

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Some of the youth and adults of the EXECUTIVE SERIES '84 BELL. 29.95
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hour on April 6th. CANTEEN. . . . ... . 18.75 f T TURKEY IN FLIGHT 83 #1 .r-" 31.95
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March 29-April 4 JANE . . 16.5O | I ji OLYMPIC SKATER \/I i 35.75
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I OAK ICE BOX :. .. . . J Me 34.75 1, LIONSTONE LARGE MOUTH BASS "ML 57.75
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UE ALL KNOW. n can of beer, a glass of wine intoxlcetingri1r*
I,// i of 6. liquor are all about equally : /
and have the same! effect when mixed with

HOWEVER has decided to further id ,, #
\ Congress w _
The CompletePRICES --:between the three by levying additional ___ /\s.\\ .1
m spirit beverages while leaving the almost non-existent
Federal Tax on beer and wine alone. Beginning October 1,
Sz f OTC 1985 the new Federal Taxes on alcohol will be aa follows:
SPIRITS.$12.50 per gallon (100 proof)
\e WINE. 17C per gallon (28 proof)
GOOD THRU BEER . . . 29e per Ration (9 proof)
If _ALL THREE product: are equally Intoxicating, why
shouldn't they be equally taxed?

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