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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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day is the forecast from the Department of Forestry. WPXE's L.gal Nolle*..Po.g* 12 :..*/" 11 Lti
forecast calls for a slight chance of showers Saturday and Sunday. Wan Ad. ., -Pog.. |ICU iWftt/ 1 r r7Z.S'j FL
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low 80s is expected Friday. No new "front" is mentioned In theforecasts. Lively Old Church. . .'0"0. IB,SB
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Jimmy Lawson Indicted, Decision on Suspension PendingA


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.; decision from the governor's office the indictment is being forwarded td under the age of 14." began Tuesday morning and lasted September and December of 1984,
'. on suspending J.R. "Jim" the governor's office and informs. School Supt. Jim Duncan said a until late afternoon when the findingwas Lawson touched or fondled the boy.
Easter Egg Hunt... Lawson from the Bradford County tion would be placed before Grahamas mood of "quiet shock" by many sealed for a judge to open. The two charges returned by the
School Board pending the outcomeof soon as that was received. She school personnel had followed the Elwell said the Bradford County grand jury Tuesday stated that the
The Starke Recreation Department criminal charges against him is said the governor had not been contacted announcement.The Sheriff's Department received a crime of sexual battery was not in-
will have a Easter Egg Huntat expected this week, a spokespersonfor by Lawson. 16-member grand jury heard sworn complaint against Lawson, volved.
Wainwright Park (across from Gov. Bob Graham said Wednes- Lawson, a member of the school' the case, against Lawson from six 42, of Starke which was signed Feb. The complaints filed with the
the County Health Dept.) Friday board since 1978, was indicted Tues- witnesses, including one 11-year-old 12 by the boy and his mother. clerk's office indicated that the
April 5, at 10 a.m. for ages 4.7 and day.Deputy General Counsel Barbara day by a Bradford County grand boy, subpoenaed by Assistant State The complaint alleged that on
2:30: p.m. for ages 814 years old. Linthicum said a certified copy of jury for "lewd assault upon a child Attorney Tom El well. The session three separate occasions betweenCounty (See Lawson..p.ioA)
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Fair Tickets... i4tI ;:" ,_ j, ;. Fair

The Fair Association will l be of- '.". .
fering advanced midway tickets for
the 1985 Bradford County Fair at
several locations.
Tickets are 2 for $1. One ticket ,
buys one ride. Tickets are on sale
at the Chamber office in Starke, Opens Tuesday
Lake Region Travel in KH, and An-
drews Drugs in Lake Butler until 2
p.m. Saturday, April 6. ,
After that, fair ride tickets will l
cost $1 each.RuralUrban.


Day... For 4-Day Run

The annual Rural-Urban Day
fried chicken dinner, sponsored by
the Starke Rotary Club, is set at yI f

the Fairgrounds Wednesday, April It's just six days away 1 trance.
10, from 11:30: a.m. to 1:30: p.m. The 35th edition of the Bradford Everyone is asked to enter just
AH dinners are $3 per plate. County Fair is set to open Tuesday, north of the Highway Patrol station
Takeouts available. April 9, at 5 p.m. and will run and exit at:the Roping Club entrance .I
Np through Saturday night, April 13 further north on U.S. 301.
German Students... L y, ir'.M/' f Midway tickets are currently onst11P'wo ROTC cadets and police officers
of Or to will direct traffic at the fairgrounds.
The 18 visiting German exchange ) for the price one. ,
p't fair ride ticketsare
putt another way,
students have been presented the ,
Drier Fair. ? :
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now two for $1. As of 2 p.m. A
the Starke Commis-
key to city by
sioner Jimmy Crosby and introduced ( Saturday, April 6, the tickets will be Barring a gully-washer, the I
to some fresh Bradford County i $1 each. Tickets are on sale in the ground should be drier this year.
Chamber of Commerce in Starke. In The toilets should work. The electrical I
strawberries Monday, April 1, at :
Butler are on sale at An- is There
the Western Steer Steakhouse. !* Lake they system improved.
The students who arrived this 4 ., r'i' drews Drugso..In Keystone Heights will be more parking.
sale at Lake Region of drain tile
four
tickets are on Another acres I
past weekend, are staying with Lawrence Blvd. installed by the Fair I
local families and Brad- h Travel on has been
attending d Tickets sales are brisk, so don't Association, all the way from the I
ford High. They sang Happy Birth- -'b until the last minute, warns Fair north edge of the fairgrounds to the '
day, in English, to a fellow studentat d'la' I
1 Jr wTwoBeautiesToo.M Manager Mike Cooney, or the 100,000advanced Roping Club arena, tripling the area
luncheon. Plans
the steak house
midway ride tickets maybe that was drained last year. !
are for the students to visit '1"" ....-. .... <'> ,' (',' ,. '.... : Jjt'\.r.' .. ...., r I '' A aix-inch'"water.feeder.line has ,'. ....;.. I
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rides and the largest
The young iodise are shown as they appeared shortly The most been installed at the fairgrounds by
Seashore at St.Mary's, Ga., bsneyWorld 1985 Strawberry Queen Is Tract Clark, oonior. First after Tracl was crowned queen Saturday night before a midway are in the offing. Last year the City of Starke. An inadequatewater
the Bradford County Fair, runner-up i Is Diana Crawford, left. Second runner-up Is near capacity crowd In the Bradford High auditorium. there were 22 rides; this year there supply has been the reason the
and a tour of some of the industriesof Tammy Morrow, right, will be at least 30, midway operatorssay. toilets in the restrooms failed to
Bradford County.Upcoming The midway area has been expanded work in the past, says Fair Manager

Meetings... Tracie Clark is New Berry QueenMiss Nightly 200 entertainment feet to the north.is scheduled Mike A new Cooney.building is going up north of

The Chamber of Commerce and will take place on two semi- the cow barn so more animals can be
Board of Governors will meet today trailers, parked side-by-side to housed at the fair.
: (Thursday, April 4)at) : in Tracie Clark was crowned Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford of Also new to the ceremonies was make a 16 by 40 foot stage with a
', the Chamber building-at% Mason 1985 Strawberry Queen before an en- Raiford Road. Miss Crawford is a Tracy Gaines, April McKinney, canopy over it in the middle of the Livestock Shows...
,+ and Walnut Streets in Starke. thusiastic and near capacity crowd fulltime employee of and was spon- Hope Patterson, Kelly Connaughton, midway. Ninety pigs, 59 steers, and 15
':I The City Code Enforcement Saturday hight, March 30, in Brad- sored by Florida Federal. and Leigh Johns. These young Headlining the performers will be breeding animals are scheduled to
i!!!' Board will meet today (Thursday, ford High School auditorium. Second runner-up is Miss Tammy ladies, ages 3, 4, and 5, escorted the nationally known country music star be shown at the fair. The hogs and
';' April 4) at 7 p.m. in City Hall. Action Morrow, 16, of Starke, daughter of contestants on stage during the Jim Ed Brown of Nashville, TN. steers must pass a grading test,
j against three additional sites The 16-year-old,5-foot-5, blue-eyed Mr.and Mrs.A.C. Morrow of Starke.A pageant. Brown will appear for one show Fri however, and with tougher stan-
;;i under the "unsafe building or- beauty was "thrilled" as she was junior at BHS, Miss Morrow was "The girls handled themselvesvery day night, April 12, at 7:30: p.m. dards being used this year the
,'; dinance" will be considered. crowned by 1984 Queen Lars Ann sponsored by Western Steer. well and the pageant went There will be two shows each night number of animals may be
eA public hearing in the case of Johns. Miss Nanette Conway, 16, of said Vicki Gaines the featuring various entertainers. somewhat less than announced.The .
suspended vo-tech cosmotology in- "It was quite an experience, and Starke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. smoothly coordinator., JoCephus and The Ghost Rider Band Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA

structor Betty Stevens Hutson is set very exciting. I couldn't believe it," Edwin Conway, was voted Miss Con-- pageant Mrs. Gaines, who is with Williams will play Tuesday and Wednesday Swine Show is set for Wednesday,
8 at 7 the Miss Clark said about winning. geniality. nights. The Southbound Band will The Swine Sale is
Monday, April p.m. by Jewlery of Traci Clark,was April 10, at 7 p.m.
,
Bradford School Board. "Since I first saw the pageant An addition to the pageant was also sponsor with the selection of perform Thursday and Saturday set Friday night, April 12, at 7:30
ri The Brooker City Council is three years ago, it has been a dream. four past Strawberry Queens, who pleased Clark the night. The Strawberry Jammers
I scheduled to meet Tuesday, April, of mine to be Strawberry Queen." served as Mistresses of Ceremonies.Jane Miss as new queen. Band will perform at two shows p.m.The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA

at 7 p.m. for its regular monthly Adams Watson 1964 Queen; Other entrants included Sherrie Saturday, at 4 and 6 p.m. Steer Show is set Thursday night,
meeting.The Miss Clark's most immediate dutyas Ann Terwillegar Nelson, 1971 Herndon, Melissa Kelley, Tina Gon- April 11, at 7 p.m. The Steer Sale is
ii Hampton City Commissionis Strawberry Queen will be to reign Queen; Lisa Mitchell Prevatt, 1977 zalez, Michelle Burkhalter and More Parking.. set Saturday night, April 13, at 7
set to meet Tuesday, April 8, at 7 over the upcoming April 9-13 Brad- Queen, and Shan Edwards Johns, Nanette Conway.The Parking will be available at the p.m.
p.m. for its regular monthly ford County Fair. 1978 Queen, took turns announcingthe pageant was sponsored by the north end of the midway, and there
meeting. First runner-up is Miss Diane different catagories of the con- Junior Woman's Club of Starke. will be just one exit and one en- (see County Fair..Pg.IOA)
Crawford, 19, of Starke, daughter of test.
Name Change...

the Drop Starke-Bradford Starke from the Chamber name of of DPC Studies Plans for Revitalizing Central Downtown

Commerce is the proposal now :
before the Board of Governors of ,

the organization.
President Richard Welty threw Six plans for the revitalization of have a uniformly similar appearance -
the idea out for the governors to central downtown Starke were examined -in use of such things as
think about, and wants comments and discussed in a lengthy shubbery, street lighting, and
back. Research has been done in session of the Downtown Progress signage.
the name of Bradford County to Committee (DPC) last Thursday, DPC members present to examinethe ? +
have the county declared a Blue March 28.Three plans were attorney Reggie e
Chip Community by the Florida new plans will be drawn and
Department of Commerce, so it has presented to the committee in about Flynn, attorney Terry Brown,
been suggested that perhaps the three weeks by engineer Jim Robinson Carolyn Autry, Robert Autry, Lee
name of the Chamber should be and landscape architect Nancy Sparks, Dr. Bernie McFadden,
restricted to Bradford County, Wel! Jenkins of Harland Barthommew & Harry Green, E.L. Matthews, Jim ,.J
ty said. Associates, Inc. of Jacksonville, a Dilts, Guy Andrews, and Committee j
The governors probably will planning, engineering, and land- Chairman John Miller.
discuss the suggestion at their. scape architecture firm. Robinson Each of the six plans presentedlast w
meeting today at 12:15 p.m. and Ms. Jenkins gathered ideas Thursday presented different t
from the DPC committee members, treatments of the revitalizationarea
Helping Others... and the knowlege gained will be used which includes Call Street
raffle tickets being sold by in drawing the still tentative new from US-301 east to the railroad or r
$1 are
l the Bradford Association of Retarded plans. The next set of plans will incorporate Cherry Street (a decision yet to be
and Walnut and Thompson ,
finalized
with to be drawn the most favored ideas ),
Citizens prizes
13 at the Bradford from the six plans shown last Thurs- streets running north and south
Saturday April between Madison and Jefferson
County Fair. day.Plans for the revitalization include streets.

The funds carried directly on for retarded widening sidewalks, planting shurb- The six plans presented to the <. .

grams citizens at Sunshine Industries on bery and trees, and using period, committee were: '> .-. /
with the 1) A for traffic on ,
decorative street lighting plan one-way
CR-100 west of Starke. The funds fundsto special effects of paving for two blocks of Call and on Walnut ",,' ............ /: ,. '
also be used matching
as '
can
.
traffic r
Street and
walks at the in- two-way
pedestrian cross
receive federal funds for the envi- ., ;f.5.
tersections of Call Street with elesewhere. Entrance signage ---- -- ---
BARC Prizes industrial offered are project.: $100. of' Thompson and Walnut streets. sioned as overhead, the largest and WhiclfOne Will It Be...?
Some of the plans called for most informative at Call and Court discussed and suggestions made for the
from Winn-Dixie, 25 six plans were
groceries Committee study
entrancesto Members of the Downtown Progress
various of streets, streets. Signage at other architect
gallons of gas by Torode Oil, one patterns one-way downtown Starke. new plans. From left: Robert Autry, SFCC
element six
revitalizing
this different for
of plans
and that option was left open to be be a smaller version McFadden land-
Oil Green, Dr. Berney
case of motor oil from Register Engineer Jim Robinson and landscape architect Nancy Craig Salley. Harry
a whole ham from The Butcher presented again.Sufficient most of Call, Jenkins, center will reduce the six plans to three for Nancy Jenkins E.L. Matthews, and Guy
Andrews
of Diagonal parking on
is con- of
Shop, and 10 gallons of gas from parking major the Jim Dilt's arm is seen. at bottom right
elsewhere. next study
cern to the DPC members. The com- parallel street parking .
Hurst Exxon. mittee voted to keep in the plans a Off-street parking at Thompson And With wrinkled brows indicating the many choices the photo. .". I

Santa Fe Music Fest... move to purchase land for parking in Jefferson. small planters individual 4)Scheme 4 had one block of Call marketleslsurely development brousing. Two-way, encouraging trafficon
Central for art shows, closed for mall development,
the downtown area. plaza area shopkeepers may desire. Any plan- Street all streets. Plantings of trees and
A country music festival, called Six different plans were presentedfor community activities. tings associated with the project with boulevards on side streets with with
would
ba
the Santa Fe Country MusicFest, is the committee to conceptualizethe 2) A total mall development by would occur at the intersections. By one-way lanes and no parking, and shubbery alternated J
set next Saturday, April 13, at the proposed project. closing the major portion of Call contrast the 'Side streets, Walnut using off-street open spaces for. parking.
Santa Fe River Resort and Cam- Architect Craig Salley, who is Street, with two-way traffic, and and Thompson, would be heavily parking. And with two-way traffic on. 6) A plan In which Call Street
pgrounds on US-441 two miles northof designing the renovation of the old parking on all remaining streets. landscaped boulevards, with one all streets. meanders, a' la Fernandina Beach.
High Springs. The hours are 1902 courthouse for use as a branchof The mall scheme, though attractively lane of one-way traffic on each side 5) A plan with pedestrianonlyroutes All streets would have two-way traffic
from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. For Information Santa Fe Community College was planned was rejected as impractical of tree-lined median, strip. No space established in the middle of and parking on all streets Plantings '

phone 19044543290. also present and met engineer by the committee. i Is would be left for parking on Walnut blocks and paralleling Call Street, of trees and shubbery. would be.
Tickets are available at the Record Robinson. The two projects are to be 3) A plan in which Call Street and Thompson with spaces allowed for "flea alternated with parkixg. -
Junction in Starke. coordinated so the downtown will devoid of landscaping except for we.ver.,


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1'agetA TELEGRAPH April, 1985

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I County Commission Refuses to Make Final- Payment to Attorney HardyThe ,I


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.. county commission refused to who( recently went to prison for trafficking made plans to visit two compactersites system but lalo uudiUiib now nay Bell would not have to pay anything, county would have to pay attorney
Acknowledge owing former county in cocaine. Carter said the trying to determine what type should have been. Reddish said, but the county owes fees for the case and also Interest
'.'attorney Dudley Hardy$5,000 for the move was taken to give other attorneys conpacter to buy for the landfill Hearing Sheriff Dolph Reddish'sit's the money. charges on the money the state said
,remainder:: of 1969 at its monthly in Starke a chance to handle Commissioner E.W. Hodges said useless to fight opinion, the com" Reddish said he still disagreeswith was owed.
meeting Monday, April 1. county business. the commissioners went to a loca- mission added about $7,000 to the the auditor, but told the commission Reddish advised that the best
Hardy submitted a bill for$500 for Hardy has since pointed out that tion in Alachua County and then to sheriff's budget after being told thata it was probably useless to course would be just to go ahead and
March and$SS ae for April and his attorney the contract called for 30 days noticein Levy County's site near Williston. state auditor challenging that take the matter to court and try to pay. the money as directed by the
John H. Jones, said a suit December if the county intends to lie said the smaller compactor at department's decision not to win against the state. He said the auditor.The commission agreed and
would be filed against the county if make a change In the county attorney Williston was about the size needed withhold retirement contributionsfrom judge would probably rule in favor passed E.W. Hodges motion to pay
payment for the March bill wasn't appointment. The attorney in Bradford County, which costs part-time employee. Former of the state and that would mean the the $7,029 from contingency funds.
>-received by April 1. receives a monthly retainer, $500 $150,000.The Deputy Frank Bell was not includedin
plus whatever time he spends on county is requesting that the the state's retirement programand
5 The county commission county business each month beyondthe City of Starke contribute $25,000 per therefore, Sheriff Dolph :Reddish
unanimously reappointed Hardy fora first 10 hours. year to the landfill operation said files In his office show the
: tenth year as county attorney atisthe because of the city's heavy use of the county attempted to have Deputy ,
January meeting, at the same County Attorney Reggie Flynn landfill. The money would then be Bell put on the state retirement but ,
=time several other annual contracts who was appointed in March to used to make payments on a com was told part-time employees didn't y >
:;:were reapproved. However, on a replace Hardy, was asked his opinion pactor.In comply. Now state auditors want the
emotion by Commissioner Maxie on what to do with Hardy's request state to be paid for all the retirement i- PIAT
=Carter Jr., Hardy was unanimously for payment. other business, the county com- contributions not taken out of Bell's
dismissed::; at the February board "Just wait," was his response. mission was told it will have pay the salary. Bell has been retired for
=meeting. Hardy says Carter instigated state $7,029 in unpaid retirement several years.
his firing because of his Garbage Compactor... benefits for an employee who has A auditor sent notice to the
friendship with Blaine Thompson In other discussion, the board never been in the retirement sheriff that $7,029 is due the state. <,e




I | Civil Suit Filed Against Bradford Hospital Inc.


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= A civil suit was filed March: 26 A damages amount has not been property was a result of the actionsof He said all planning done for the
:against Bradford Hospital claiming announced.! the contractor or its agents' ac building site was approved by the For
sthat hospital construction has caused The complaint stated that antique tions. In keeping with good business proper State of Florida and local
= flooding on the neighboring land furniture stored on Long's land had practices, Bradford Hospital and agencies. Easter
Sot: Eugene M. and Marian D. Long. been flooded and damaged by the Santa Fe Health Care Systems required "The damage was caused by a
E: Attorney Terry Brown stated in water. The fill dirt hauled to the the contractor to be responsi- temporary structure combined with d t t'e r
=he complaint that flooding of hospital site has raised the height of ble for any such actions." unusually high water," O'Steen f
several feet of water occurred on that property several feet. O'Steen said the hospital's efforts' stated. "Mr. and Mrs. Long are en-
3 Gal. Containers
=March 27 and April 3, 1984.The complaint Bradford Hospital administratorC.E. have failed to resolve the issues and titled to property damages and we Ijkt
: also stated that workmen had "Rip" O'Steensaid the hospital the suit is good in that it will bring are sorry that the insurance companies
ftone onto Long's property while "...has made every effort to get the the matter to a conclusion. Bradford have taken this long to Now in Bloom
:building a parking lot, the construction insurance companies, contractorsand Hospital will simply file a cross resolve the claim."
: had cut off a natural drainage subcontractors to come to an claim against the contractor and He said the hospital has not and Rose Bushes
how and the parking lot had en- agreement on this claim." subcontractor and other appropriate will not design improper drainage
jjlroached on Long's land. "Any damage done to Mr. Long's filings. systems.

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Brooker Ordinance Sets Policy for Enforcement From 70 Varieties to

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Law enforcement policy will be the The marshal shall enforce all stateThe proper certification shall be The marshal shall enforce only
subject of an ordinance approved in and local ordinances, provided that the completion of the Florida parking laws until certification is Jf HOURSMonday
basic form in a special meeting Monday he acquire the proper, certification Criminal Justice Standards within 120 granted. -,. Saturday
,April 1,by the Brooker city coun days of election. will 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Salary be set from time to
cil.The time by the council. ; .f- Sunday
ordinance will regulate the 10 a PI. 5 p.m.
marshal to be elected next
term. First reading of thethe Cox Appliance The Council will pay salary: before
will be at the regular April 9 certification only on specific ap
rule : proval. Hardware
;; &
The policies include the areas of ad-"J e"
ministration,law enforcement duties, The ordinance will be in effect seW Hwy 301 South
and upon election of the next holder of the NaROwllRa Sio/IEi
compensation implementation.
,- Air Conditioning office of Marshal. 964-4642

Some of the rules will include:
t The council Is codifying practicesthat
Service are presently in use in the city.
The possibility of a required bond w .
ranging up to$10,000 on the marshal's .
"faithful discharge" of duties.A '
t 1 Service and Repair on: NOTICE : :
provision for appointment ol n ''HIII ... .I .
deputies as the need arises,subject to 'N ( All Matyr.Appliances

,council approval. \ s + j!f. RefrigerationA'Elecrical! : ,/ NOTICE AftbALTERNATIVE'"' PLICAt' '-'r'

The requirement of submission of .
an annual budget by the marshal/or
the operation of his departmentvto include PAYMENT OF 1985 '
prior approval of expenses not JOE COX, OWNERSAVINGS

budgeted. REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENTSection

Granting custody of certain city

property to the marshl. I 197.0155, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer
1964-7462t who elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based upon an esti.
_-w- i year.mated tax which shall be equal to the actual' taxes levied upon the property in the preceding


THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

Rt. 2, Box 2116 v -- First Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay. .
ment shall be made not later than'June 30, 1985. A
taxpayer
: (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd) ;.b., must make the first installment payment In order to participate

Starke, Florida 32091 N in this plan.

Botanically, the onion it a Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4Va%. Pay N
lily. ment shall be made not later than September 30, 1985.
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Third Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any* O
"" adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax lIabllltT' \(
discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than De.
camber 31 1985.
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Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
I adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.
No 1986.discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31 I


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If you have not received an application to pay 1985 taxes by installment and It is C
your intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the application -
E below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to May I 1985. .
NOW AND The absolute deadline for filing the application is April 30, 1985. Any application E
filed after April 30 will not be considered. The postmark application mailed to
y the tax Collector shall determine if the application was timely mailed. Additional
application forms may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:

Mail completed application toj Esther S, Hall Tax Collector
P. 0. Drawer 969

Starke. Fl. 32091

RETIREMENT LATER.With ------ ---- -___ ___ ___ ___ DETACH _____________ __ _______
IF YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1985 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT, PLEASE SIGN DATE, COMPLETE PROPERTY
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATION TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR PRIOR
TO MAY 1, 1985. UPON RECEIPT, THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAY-
MENT DUE, WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU HAVE
NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 15,
1985, CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.

I TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER I I 1I .

hereby make application to participate In the installment Property I. D. No.

payment plan for the 1985 tax year. Legal' Description as it Appears on the 1984 Tax No.

as little as S25.00. you can open a Florida National Bank IRA tree Receipt: '

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I Blue Chip Designation. Tops List of BC Chamber Objectives IDesignation



as a Blue Chip Community the Code Enforcement Board prepared, including educational, Santa Fe College Center in Starke. The updated objectives wereprepared discussion by the Board of Cover
by the Florida Departmentof authorized by City Ordinance No. cultural and demographic Informa. 5) Renewed the Business Improvement by a committee of Chairman nors with the only negative vote

Commerce tops the list of objec- 302-A. A time-table addressing the tion of the community; This was Awards from L.M.
coming Gaines said
program. J.E. Tomlinson, John Miller who I
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tives adopted March 4 by the Starke- actions necessary to bring subject done as part of the Blue Chip Certification 6) Got a combined resolution from and Lynn Schlofman. They were approved he wanted avoid it being a rubber
Bradford Chamber of Commerce.In structures within compliance must Program. the Starke city comission, the Brad- on a voice vote without stamp. t
addition to the eight new obJec- accompany this this objective. 2) A group insurance program has ford County commission, and School
tives, the Chambers Board of 7)) Lend assistance to those com- been set up. Board and the Chamber of Commerce "A
with idea
Governors also approved six munities that would like to establishand 3) Closer ties have been actively expressing a unified effort man live big it II hard
neighbor with
previous objectives to be accomplished carry out "Paint-Up, Fix-Up, promoted with the Florida Depart- and common goal. to EbnerEschenbachSOMETHING
and also listed eight Clean-Up" campaigns. ment of Commerce, i.e. the Blue 7) Invited the school board to ,
already accomplished objectives. Chip Program. name one of its members an ex-
President Richard Welty announced Previous objectives remaining to 4) The Chamber has gone on officio member of the Chamber's
that work toward being certifieda be accomplished: record in supporting the formationof Board of Govenors.
Blue Chip community is almost 1) Have a Chamber of Commerce a Historical District for downtown 8) Ordered new stationery and NEW
completed,and that a typist,Cherrie Day keyed to the 4th of July 1985. Starke and the establishment of a envelopes.
Gnann, had been employed to put 2) Install a new sign or signs to --- .
the finishing touches on the Informa- more clearly identify the Chamberof -Th
tion reports required, the compilation Commerce building. '
of which is a two-inch thick 3) Produce an updated brochure of SUNRISE Powell
book. the community and a slide presentation )
Welty said the Blue Chip reportwas to be used to promote the com l.i ..
within days of being completedfor munity. Include a promotion of the w--. :
pickup by a representative of the lakes and other recreational SERVICE ::: Burgers
Dept of Commerce faciltiies of the community Note: "'
"This is pretty serious business It this will be accomplished with the 1.
sort of gives a rudder to where the Blue Chip Program application. Celebrating the Resurrectionof !
Chamber of Commerce is moving," 4) Prepare and keep current a list ;
said Objectives Committee Chair- of all churches with the times of Jesus 421'
man who spoke in their services.
favor of having a joint meeting of all 5) The Chamber should ea.
local governmental agencies to talk coordinate and promote an annual 6 a.m.Sunday i
about what type of Industries the humanitarian project in the community Demand was so great that we ran
community would want. centered around a holiday, 4 out of our "Little Burger" we
New objectives, as announced by possibly July 4.
Committee Chairman J.E. Tomlinson 6) Increased membership is still a April 7 apologize If we were out when you
are: top priority.The Chamber should set ordered.
1) By July 1, 1985 have the Blue as a goal to increase membership
Chip Community certification. 50 percent in three years, April 1, Parking Lot of We now have a good stock so come on and get yours
jt) Existing industries: 1984 through April 1, 1987
a) Have an Existing Industry Madison Street
Appreciation Day during the periodof In addition, in the past year the (JIIJI3I1I1V} ?
September 1620.b Chamber has accomplished the
) Contact each existing in- following eight objectives: Church
dustry twice during 1985. DA list of members with addresses Baptist
c) Nominate at least two exIsting and phone numbers has
industries for the Florida In- been completed.. And, a statistical 900 W.. Madison St. Starke .
dustry 1620. Appreciation Program, Sept. abstract of the community has been Robert C. Gillis, Pastor 1212 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. Florida 964-6S6T- '.

3) ,Blue Chip Community: Once -- -
each year during the anniversarymonth
of certification review the
Blue Chip Community information
records to make sure it is still complete -
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4) Have a joint meeting with the ..
Chamber of Commerce Board of
Governors, Bradford County Ab
Development Coun- !
Authority, City
cils, County Commission and Brad- "
ford School Board members accep-
ting Blue Chip Certification Program ii
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and discussions on industriesto :
target.
5)Targeted) Prospects: By July 1, ---
1985 have a task force in place to
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recommend the kinds of industries .
which should be targeted and a "
strategic plan outlining the approaches 11a
we should take. This task
force will report to the Chamber of
Commerce and Development 3M
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Authority in a joint meeting Sept 1,
1985.
6) Encourage the City of Starke to J
develop a plan of action concerning Ii
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stop to consider how many comprehensive emergency ,management -
you for the first time and work
railroad freight"cars and how many plan ,
trucks through Bradford out some of the "bugs" that usually ex-
transport pass loaded with ist in coordinating such an effort.
County daily many
,
the that surfaced
materials the Among questions
gasoline and other toxic ,
wonder is that there have not been more during the 2/2 hour exercise were:

life-threatening situations in this area, Where can you place several thousand
in school children if the schools have to be
such as have taken place some parts
of'Florida and the other 49 states. evacuated, and how do you move themto
safety? With over 25,000 vehicles

Therefore, the recent exercise in passing on U.S. 301 daily, how do you re-

preparedness held by the Bradford route them if the highway must be clos-

County emergency services is reassur- ed? How do you get people in the lE K

ing to the public..knowing that plans emergency area to evacuate their

and preparations are being made to homes and move them out of danger

cope with such situations when they .zones?

arise. The test was also valuable in thatit Local areas pinpointed for a possible

brought a heightened awareness on chemical spill or fire included the entire

the part of rescue personnel and the length of U.S. 301, Florida Highway 100,

general public, as well as city and coun- the Seaboard System Railroad, variousoil

ty officials, as to the potential dangerswe and gas bulk plants, the Brooker -._ ..- e- -:. _
live with daily and never give thema and chlorine tanksat
hydrocarbons plant,
Troops were turned back in Florida at Battle of Olustee in 1864
thought until they become a stark water treatment plants. These are

jreality. things that everyone sees daily but few The closest brush of Starke with actual morning of August 15 and destroyed "a "The next morning we continued our
With Starke and the most populousareas if any, ever think of the potentialdangers fighting during the Civil War took place in small picketpost on New River, then route southward by the road running
of Bradford County lying along they present.The August 1864, several months after the Battle turned east and continued\ down Trail through the Sand Hill Lake Country, a
the railroad and U.S. 301, one of tendency to ignore such unplea- of Olustee in February of that year. Ridge to Starke: most beautiful and interesting region. We

Florida's major corridors for transpor- sant threats to our safety until the Union forces were occupying Jackson- Arriving there at 2:30 in the morning of encamped at night at Shake-Rag corner
ville and on the morning of August 16 madea (near present day Melrose), the junctionof
the 16th, Harris was met by the
ting hazardous materials, the potentialfor emergency actually occurs-is often too simultaneous movement on Confederate Massachusetts cavalry and volunteer the road we had travelled with the

tragic accidents, causing spills of late to take effective methods to cope troops at Baldwin, making them retreat scouts. The soldiers destroyed six railroadcars Bellamy Road.

toxic material, occurs thousand of with the situation. westward toward Lake City. The Union full of commissary stores, tore up "We sent out during the night several
times daily. A recent train derailment Members of the State Emergency forces, composed of about 5,000 infantry, some track, and brought down telegraph scouting parties. One of them visited the

.near Raiford, involving 43 freight cars; Management team staging the exercise Negro troops, several batteries of ar- wires; then made camp for the night. The residence of Dr. McCrea, a bitter rebel,
here said that Bradford had the tillery, and 400 cavalry then turned east raid had gone well, according to Hizney's and gathered his horses and stock. In the
County
bulk fire several
the gas plant years toward Lake Butler Starke
flanking account. "The Union cavalry had ridden morning after,we made him a further visit
ago; and a truck-tanker accident at best lines of communication and the which was described in the book"Dickisonand well and was deep in enemy country. In the and burned a large amount of cotton, 4,000
Lawtey fortunately occurred without best spirit of cooperation between His Men" as "a small town on the morning, the soldiers would start toward pounds"

fatalities, but were grim reminders of groups of any small county they hsH railroad, 14 miles north of Waldo." Gainesville, freeing slaves and destroying Noble ReprimandedIn

I what could happen. worked with. That should be reassurinto contraband along the way.
The following account of what happenedthen
While the "table top" emergency existed citizens of the county who will b is given in the book, "Dickison and 'The Union cavalry broke camp near spite of Col.of Noble's his troops pride in General the accomplishments

only on paper, it provided an dependent on the emergency units in His Men": 'After plundering the town Starke at 7:30: on August 16. Told by his
opportunity
to test Bradford County s time of need.I' (Starke) and citizens, they (Union forces) Scouts that the Santa Fe River could not be comments:
forded, Col. Harris led his aroundthe
moved south, flanking Waldo (where troops
J Dickison'was headquartered) on their wayto east bank of Lake Santa Fe..and rode "I am sorry to have to state that Colonel
Gainesville.In all day and throughtout the night to reach Noble did not take the route he was instructed
Gainesville by 6:30: a.m., August 17. to take. His movement was intended

Closing Loopholes I the meanwhile, according to a author The book, "Civil War and Reconstruction to be a demonstration against Lake
Tom Hiznay, writing of Civil War activities in Florida," states that on August 17, City, to be made on the west side of the.
in this area, said that a Union railroad. He appears to have kept almost
1864 the column of Federal troops from
Could Balance the BudgetIf raiding party was set in motion on August Baldwin, heading southeast, made a night entirely on the east side of the road." :
IS 1864. A force
large infantry composed march to Starke, a railroad junction. The general in command,Maj.Gen.J.G.
of soldiers
mainly Negro under the com- There it set fire to railroad cars and Foster,added his own criticism: "Col. No-
every corporation in the U.S was vestors to depreciate machinery and mand of Col.! William movements H. Noble left warehouses full of supplies, and promptly ble's report is only valuable as a record of.
Baldwin to the
still paying taxes at the rate paid in the buildings far faster than they wear screen that do of of a pushed on to Gainesville..where they raiding and not of fighting. His mention of
1960's, the budget deficit would instantly out," the Post continues cavalry the actual regiment raiding. .was to most were routed by"Confederate cavalry under his personal staff"for the above service is
Gen. Dickison. ridiculous.
be in half. simply
This cut bit of information was disclosed "The second mega-loophole is the in- Noble, who, according to his superior, In defense of his actions, Noble wrote:
vestment tax credit which provides ten was supposed to move west and Following are excerpts from a letter "I very much regret to say,that my praiseof
'I in a study of federal tax policy releasedby cents in tax reduction for every dollar "demonstrate against Lake City, where dated September 4, 1864, written by Col. the officers alluded to should be regarded. -
the Citizens for Tax Justice in an ar- Confederate troops were still,bivouacked, W.R. Noble to his commanding officer, ..."simply ridiculous", He added that
equipment..cutting a company's -
ticle printed in The Washington Post spent. on additional- ... misunderstood'' his orders or got confused prig. Gen. ..t'. Hatch ,reporting on thefaillf."I1tf he thought this punishment of the enemy a
,11 ft tax?payment by additional .jfta'nd\ >ved down the east side of the '
, As result !"We could interest aiy : Cp leCfif40pnd. iJM! dutyj_ncfthat no havt
a expect $10,000 in the it buys a $100,000 :'railroad "where they burned about 2'-a < : en$coujd( regrettedas
rates to fall, the dollar to return to a year of track north of Starke before cam keenly as his officers and soldiers the
machine tool."Without mile "Our line of march was at first on the fact that "because the enemy came not
more sensible value, and the economyto or.the night at Trail Ridge. The next
west side of the Cedar Key &Gulf railroad. nigh our defined route we had no fighting
marched in
prosper without the dangerous imbalances these two loopholes, GE day they on a southeasterly to record."
This we crossed about three miles from
that now threaten our future," would have pond close to $1 billion in direction they continued to the their Sand pillage.At Hill Lake. area where Baldwin and marched on the easterly side .

the study concludes.The taxes in 1983, instead of receiving a re thereof, until we crossed to the west side This raid into the lake region provided
figures prove that corporation to- fund. the same time, according to Hizney's about 3 p.m. We here took up and burned residents of this area with a preview, on a
subsidized story about the Battle of Gainesville in 2V4 miles east from Starke, at a fork on the small scale, of the devastation that was to
day are to a degree that most "Altogether, the cost of accelerated August 1864, the 75th Ohio Mounted Infantry Sand Hill Lake, the east and west roads come later, in other areas,with Sherman's :
citizens do not realize. The "Tax moved southwest from Baldwin the
on running to Starke. march to the sea. ,
depreciation plus the investment credit
Justice" committee reported that of the
comes to a staggering $65 billion in the t
250 large companies surveyed more
,
than half at least bet- upcoming fiscal year, and is expected to
enjoyed one County
year Notebook-
exceed $121 billion annually by 1990." Agent's by Bobby L. Taylor
ween 1981 and 1983 in which they either County If'lIsioIlAgellt '
paid nothing in federal income taxes or The "supply-siders" sold Congressand I'I

actually receive cash rebates from the the public a bill of goods, saying

U.S. Treasury. loopholes and "incentives" would The one vegetable that people most often Growing Tomatoes they grow, simply tie them to the stakes I
enable corporations to expand and up- include in their spring gardens is the with string.To .

date their plants, thus increasing tomato. Nothing quite compares with the nursery. You might also want to add a cut- help your plants off to a good start,
Quoting the Post's story: "Topping the list employment. But this plan has been a fresh taste of sun-ripened tomatoes. And, worm control at the same time. If you wait make up a starter solution of one or two
of corporate freeloaders was General Elec- judging by the popularity of this vegetable, even a day before controlling cutworms, tablespoons of an all-purpose garden fertilizer -
tric which paid not a penny in taxes on its$6.5 colossal failure. Instead of the most gardeners feel that raising this you may have to buy new plants. If the dissolved in a gallone of water.
billion in domestic profits in 1981-83. Instead, investment-led boom promised by the delicious crop is definitely worth the ef- tomato variety you're growing requires Pour about a pint of this liquid into the
GE received $283 million in outright tax tax-cut proponents, we actually got the fort.To staking, you can drive stakes into the soil planting hole as you set each plant. Prtect
refunds. worst tax recession since the 1930's. raise any vegetable successfully, you at the time of planting. Place the stakes the new plants by shading them for a few
"Next came Boeing,with$267 million in tax need to begin with adequate soil prepara-- three or four inches from the plants. As days after transplanting.
Investment increased in the
rebates on top of$1.5 billion in earnings. Boe recovery tion. And, tomatoes are not different!
ing's case typifies the defense industry's dis- year of 1984, but in response to greater Tomatoes need a slightly acid soil, with a
dain for helping pay for the arms buildup consumer demand-not tax loopholes or pH between six-point-zero and six-point-
from which it is profiting. Seven of the top 11 incentives. five. If the pH of your soil is less than six-
defense contractors-all of them highly profitable point-zero, it is too acid and you should add Strawberry i JammersBy
Robert McIntyre director of federaltax
firms-including the much criticized ,
lime correct the problem. But,you real-
General Dynamics, paid zero in taxes or got policy for Citizens Tax Justice ly shouldn't add lime unless a soil test In- Joe Sleeler
money back from the government over the believes there is only one sensible way dicates the need for it. Then, about five I
three years. W.R. Grace&Co. despite its$684 to deal with the hugh deficits "that hang pounds of dolomite (Dole-ah-mite) per 100 -
million in profits, made another $12.5 millionoff the American and square feet of garden is the average
the tax system by selling its excess tax over government recommended rate. Be sure you work the The "Strawberry Jammers," a Starke," he said.
breaks to other coporations."In economy like an unexploded bomb, dolomite into the soil one to three months newly-organized of local area It's like President Reagan's supply-
I960, corporate income taxes paid for and that is to raise taxes by closing before planting. musicians have already group been featured' side economics," he continued. "When
26.3 percent of federal spending other than loopholes, and we might add, cut wastein Another important part of soil ar- at a recent Hampton Recreation we can show the CountryBluegrassmusic
Social Security (which pays for itself). But by the Defense Department, and fraud tion is fertilization. There are a couple of Department Benefit Show, and have fans in this area that there are
fiscal 1984, the corporate share of the govern- schools of thought on when to add fer scheduled two one-hour shows at the several viable groups available for a
ment expenses had plummeted to only 8.8 per- by defense contractors.But tilizer. Some people believe in fertilizingthe Bradford County Fair on Saturday, variety of functions, we believe the de-
cent. these are Mr. Reagan's fair- soil before planting. If you choose their April 13. mand for them will rise to meet the supply -
"The loopholes that make possible coporatetax haired boys and. he won't desert them method, apply two-and-a-half pounds of A spokesman for the group says the -We're counting on it! And of
avoidance have also fostered the creationof easily. fertilizer for every 100 square feet of "Jammers" were individually selectedto course, the music fans are the ultimate
tax shelters that have enabled wealthy in- garden. Use a 6-8-8 with minor elements if cover the full spectrum of Bluegrass beneficiaries."
dividuals to escape paying billions in federal possible. Do this a week or so after you through Country-style music. "Most of The "Strawberry Jammers" are
taxes. In a study published by Public plant the tomatoes, add another two our country tunes are in the traditional, available for private parties, corporate
Citizens, the Ralph Nader organization, it is pounds of fertilizer per 100 i>qua re feet as a rather than what is variously called a functions, and public gatherings. For
estimated that such tax shelters now cost the Space Urgently Needed side dressing, and water thoroughly.In "contemporary" or "modern country further information and bookins, con
Treasury more than $24 billion annually, a For Clothes Closet the ether system, fertilizer isn't added vein," he said. "Country music fans instinctively tact Chuck Wilcox, phone 964-8441.
figure that is growing rapidly,despite rates until planting time. Apply five pounds of know the difference between For further information on the Jam
siders' claims that the 1981 cuts in tax 6-8-8 per 100 square feet. Mix one-half into 'real country' and the stylings of Lee mers,who started playing together as a
for the rich would "eliminate" shelters. Space is needed immediately the entire bed, and apply the other half in Greenwood, Eddie Rabbit, and others hobby, phone 9648441.
"Moreover, the enormous amount the for storage of clothes and baby furrows three inches from either side of who call themselves 'country artists' GO JAMMERS!
federal government now pays in interestupfrom furniture in the HRS Foster the garden rows. Three weeks after planting purely for the 'big bucks. On a
1.4 percent of the Gross National Product Care apply two-and-a-half pounds of fertilizer technical level, they're good singers,
in 1960 to 3.1 percent in 1984-has its roots program. as a side dressing. And, make addi- but they don't project the true country DistributionOf
in government borrowing to fund corporatetax tional side dressings of one pound per 100 'feel' or 'spirit' so evident in songs per- Commodities
reductions over the past 15 years If cor- Clothes and shoes for square feet every three to four weeks. formed by Hank Williams, Ernest
porate tax payments had not fallen off since children..sizes suitable from With either method, it's important to stag- Tubb,Merle Haggard or George Jones. April 8 to 12
the 1960's, we would have no deficit today. birth to 17 of Also ger the applications of fertilizer, adding a With that in mind, the main thrust of
"Individual citizens have a right to be years age. total of about 10 pounds per 100 square feet the "Jammers" is to provide a comfor- Cheese, butter, flour, milk, honey, and
angry at the tax system. In 1960, their taxes baby furniture: cribs, high during the growing season. table,very listenable mix of Bluegrassand rice are the surplus commotities to be
produced less than twice as much revenue as chairs; play pens, etc. Before transplanting, be sure all frost Country tunes. distributed in Bradford County April 8
the corporate income tax. By 1984 individuals danger has passed. Also, choose the Featured instrumentalists are Olie through 12. Recipients are asked to bringa
''I were paying more than five times as much as Storage needed with aminimum healthiest plants you can find and handle Sheppard of Hampton, on banjo and box or a bag to place commodities in.
space
corporations. them gently. It's best to transplant on a Sam Bass of Gainesville on mandolin.Ruth Monday Apr. 8-Lawtey Recreation
size of 10x10, largerif cloudy day, or in late afternoon and, as Gee of Starke, and George Center (Middleburg Road), 10 a.m. to 3

t It's easy .to see where the burden of possible. soon as possible after a rain. "Moose" Wacker of Jacksonville handle p.m.Tuesday
has shifted It's a good idea to set your plants slightly the vocals, both individually and as Apr. 9-Hampton City Hall, 10
paying government"costs than they were growing at the of a.m. to 3:30: p.m.Wednesday .
ad- Please contact Wilda Doherty deeper a duet. Sammy Sheppard Hampton
away from during the Reagan HRS intake worker, at plays the traditional upright bass, and Apr. 10-Brooker City Hall,
10a.m. to 1:30
ministration. Chuck Wilcox of Lake Butler rounds out p.m.
} "What are the loopholes now wreak- 964-8875. the group on rhythm guitar. Wednesday, Apr 10-Speedville, Plea
the tax laws and the Or call Diane McClellan, sant Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m. to 1:30:
ing such havoc on
The spokesman for the group also
nation's finances? There are many, but 4681274., 1/ stressed that... the healthiest motivatorfor p.m.Thursday, Apr. ll-For disabled and
twb in particular dominate. The first is t t si the Jammers would be some good, over 60 only) RJE School Building,Starke,
the accelerated Cost Recovery System, Foster Parent Associationof stiff competition. It'll keep us on oar 10:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.
behest, Bradford County. The largest European city-and the toes,and keep the quality high in other Friday, Apr. 12-RJE building 9 a.m. to
enacted in at Reagan's .
1981
fourth largest In the world-is Lon- groups as well. There ought to be fouror bet p.m.
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I Cyndy Faye AAcCullough and Arnold Weeks Jr. Wed March 9 in St. Edward's Catholic Church I

nffWlfnrrmii, *nhumi .. __ I H
identical to the honor attendant. floor Bridal lace accented the bouquet white cloth and held two crystal Public Library.
They carried a cascade bouquet of ,and in the center of the bouquetwere punch bowls, an arch of candles in The groom is a graduate of the
_u.1 white, pink and wine roses and ivy two pink orchids which were the center and sprays of flowers on University of West Florida and
with pink, wine and white ribbons. removed by the bride after the each side. Finger foods were servo Florida State University. He to
f that cascaded to the floor. ceremony to be worn as the going- ed.Joy director of Bradford County Public
Elizabeth Rosalie Weeks of away corsage. and Darlene Norman cut the Library.
Lawton, Okla. the groom's niece, A reception was held in the church wedding cake and Maggie Miller cut The flowers were done by Joy Nor.
was flower girl. Fellowship Hall. Guests the groom's cake Marie S. Weeks man of Starke, who also made
The bride given in marriage by greeted by Mrs. Donna Allen were who and Mrs. Lucy Youmans served. the garters which were a gift to the
her father wore a princess style also kept the book. punch. bride. Mrs. Vicki O'Steen of
.- gown of lace with a scalloped A three tiered guest cake The bride is a graduate of Gainesville directed the weddingand
neckline, lace poet sleeves, with a centered wedding was Keystone Heights High School and Is photography was done by
.... lace flounced hemline with the back and on a table covered by white employed by the Bradford County Woody Cooper of Jacksonville.'
lace
burgundy cloths with
a
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tapering into a chapel length train.
overlay the cake f I
Flanking on one
veil
She wore a cathedral length
side
with a blusher made of antique were two crystal goblets
Spanish lace. She carried a cascade decorated bands with flowers and gold Social Side
-- bouquet of white, pink and wine ; a garland of pink roses ent-
wined with formed
:::: roses, baby's Pink seed pearls a
ring around the .
;,.. and wine ribbons cascaded to the goblets.The
bride's table was covered by a
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ft;. f41, Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Beta Gam- by collegiates and alumnae chaptersand
ma chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha decorations.
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\ { sorority was the recipient of an The program started with
I award for being a Zeta memberr for registration followed by the general Club News WeddingsNotices "
50 years at a program and luncheon assembly; welcome; skit; alumnae ReceptionsChurch
Saturday, March 30 at Wyndham sharing; collegiate sharing and an- artlesMeet Lt
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Hotel in Orlando.
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Mrs Thomson was accompaniedby where the awards were made.
her sisters Mrs.John Griffin and
4'r Miss Lillian Stump, all of Starke.
1 The program "Zeta Makes You ) the JACKSON
Someone Special"was carried out in
the theme in displays, presentations Generation

Church; of God Presents : ,' a 'k--

Easter Drama April 5 y S) .

"' The youth department of Starke 964.4956 .gdJt : ;

Mr. and Mrs.Arnold I).Weeks,Jr. Church of God will present an
Easter drama entitled Even Unto
Cyndy Faye McCullough, Edwin M. Weeks of Lawton, Okla. Death" Friday night,April 5,at 7:30
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. attended his brother as best man. p.m. at the church located. at 422 N. 20% Off 4f 1
McCullough of Keystone Heights, Ushers were Ray B.Hixson of Tarrs, St. Clair t.
and Arnold D. Weeks, Jr., of Starke Pa. the bride's uncle, and Todd There will be special singing All Silk Arrangements
.,. son of Mr. and Mrs Arnold D. Schmidt of Starke. Anthony Weeksof featured throughout the presentation -
Weeks, Sr. of Pensacola were unitedin Lawton, Okla the groom's by Marcena Brantley. R
marriage March 9, at 1 p.m. in St. nephew, was ring-bearer. The church extends a warm handof 10 % Off V
Edward's Catholic Church, Starke Sandy Kaye McCullough of welcome to the communit to
with Father Joseph Finlay assistedby Keystone Heights attended her observe this special presentation. Dish Gardens
Rev. David Landers of Keystone sister as maid of honor. She wore a Easter i
Heights Methodist Church, performing lace flounced gown in wine color that Through / .
the nuptials featured an illusion of a flowing Sunrise Service

Daniel Martin, organist and Cana cape, stand up collar, with illusion Sunday, April 7, 6 a.m. Easter Mylar Balloons, ,-
Schmidt, soloist, both of Starke front and back yokes of point
presented a program of nuptialmusic. d'esprit lace, fitted empire bodice Madison Baptist Church Hand Crafted Easter Baskets
and flare skirt. Her flowers were i.
The altar was enhanced with two identical to the flowers carried by Madison Street Baptist Church 1005 S. Water Street Starke c '
the bridesmaids, that she will hold a Sunrise Service Sunday
arch of light candelabras flanked by except !
palm trees. Outlying the church carried roses in the same colors as April 7 at 6 a.m. in the church park-- Next to Pinehurst Grocery CanYouDigitWE'LL
were potted green palms around the given to the mothers by the bride. ing lot, 900 W. Madison Street
altar and entrance way. The palms Attendants were Alice Mary The public is invited to attend. -
were decorated with white ribbons. Williams of Starke and Janie Marie
Each pew was marked with wine Weeks, of New Orleans, La. the
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Barbara Jean Daniels, daughter rangements of white, burgundy and quet of carnations and trimmed wit: re-embroidered chan- were used to highlight points ot in Following a wedding trip to Fer-
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecile Judson pink flowers against a background spring flowers in shades of burgundy tilly type lace, basque waistline with terest in the hall. nandina Beach and St. Augustine S
Uanietsof Lawtey and John Thomas of plants and two spiral candelabraswith pink and white. lace detail Juliet sleeves with bridal The bride's table was centered Beaches the couple is living in
Woodham of South Carolina sone of burning tapers. Mary Kellyn Pearce, niece of the points and flounced lace hem exten- with a wedding cake flanked by two Charleston, S.C.
Mary Lou Woodham and the late Richard Vincent Couey served as groom was flower girl. She wore a ding to chapel train. Her crown of silver candelabras with pink bows.
!. Thomas E. Woodham of Starke were best man and the ushers"" were dress similar to the honor attendant re-embroidered chantilly-type lace Encircling the cake was a garland of The bride Is a 1985 graduate of
united in marriage Feb. 23,at 4 p.m. Michael E. Swenson and Robert- and carried a white lace basket with secured her nylon netting chapel burgundy, pink and white flowers Bradford High School and plans to
s in the Kingsley Lake Baptist church Dawkins. Brian Keith Bass nephewof pompom petals. length veil trimmed With chantilly- and greenery. The corners of the attend accounting college.
with Rev. LeRoy Olive performingthe the bride, was ring-bearer. -Given in marriage by her brother type lace and simulated pearls. She table had pink bows. Jeannie Reed an
nuptials. Deborah Ann Bass attended her brine Richard Allen Bass, the carried a cascade of white roses, and Paula Thornton cut the cake.
Presenting a program of nuptial 1 sister as matron of honor. wore a sheer white polyester stephanotis and ivy. Tract Carter and Janet Griffis The groom is a 1981 Bradford High
music were Christy Johns, organist "."-' She wore a bustle back gown with gown fully lined in acetate taffeta Linda Johns directed the wedding.A presided at the punch bowl which School graduate; attended Santa Fe
and Pam Austin, pianist. '" a ruffled front and back collar with nylon acetate lace trim. The reception was held in the church was encircled with spring flowers Community College for two years
Centering the altar was an arch of capelet sleeves, flared skirt andflounced gown featured a stand-up neckline, Fellowship Hall. Tracy Davis kept and balanced by silver candelabraswith and then enlisted in the US Navy
light candelabra with burning tapers hem. She wore baby's uoni illusion net yoke with schiffli the guest book. burning tapers and decoratedwith where his is a fire control technicianand
flanked by two matching arllr. breath in her hair. She carried a bou- embroidery close fitting lace bodice The flowers used in the church pink bows. Petty Officer 3.



i 1 1w Jennifer Padgett and Stephen Hoffman Wed March 23 in Fellowship Baptist II

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Fellowship Baptist church, Nresenling a program nuptial April Dixon niece 01 the
4-length veil with simulated pearlsto bouquet was placed at one corner of
Raiford was the setting for the mar music Peggy Betty Sapp, pianist was flower girl.
riage of Jennifer Katherine Padgett and Mrs. Cason. soloist. The bride given in marriage by match the gown. She carried a the table which was covered with
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. towilt George Padgett brother of the her father, wore a gown featuring a bouquet of blue and pink carnations white cloth with deep ruffled lace.
Padgett of Starke to Stephen Lewis bride, was best man. Ushers were stand-up collar, sweetheart interspersed with orange blossoms Mrs. Phil Prevatt, sister of the bride
Hoffman, son of Sue Hoffman and Paul Hamner, brother-in-law of the neckline, front illusion net yolk with with plum accent.A and Janice Alvarez cut the cake.
the late Lewis Hoffman of bride and Tommy Powell. schiffle embroidery with seeded reception was held in the church The punch table was centered witha
Lakewood, Colo. on Saturday Ms. Jackie Chandler served as pearls. The close fitting bodice was Fellowship Hall where Rosa Lee crystal punch bowl and flanked by
March 23 at 3 p.m. with Rev Ronnie matron of honor She wore a floor detailed with re-embroidered Goins, niece of the bride, kept the arrangements of spring flowers and
Kinsaul performing the nuptials.The length plum satin dress with long chantilly-type lace. The leg of mut- guest book. greenery. Mrs. Dana.Alvarez cut
sleeve chiffon jacket with matching ton sleeves were styled with bridal The Hall was decorated with the the groom's cake.
altar was decorated with two nylon and lace hat with streamers.She points seeded with pearls. The full flowers from the church. Following a wedding trip to Miami
baskets of gladiolus white and pink carried a silk arrangement of skirted skirl was decorated with The bride's table was centered Beach the couple are residing in
carnations,white and blue pompoms pink and unite carnations interspersed chantilly lace and swept into a with a three tiered wedding cake. Starke until being transferred with
against a background of arched and with orange blossoms cathedral train. She wore a ranlet decorated in white and plum with a the Navy to Bermuda in June.
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Ray Norman will be an event of
Cindi Norman May 25, was honored at a lingerie
Shower HonoreeMiss shower Monday March 28 given by AMERICAS FAMILY DRUGSTORE S0
Mrs. Danny Luke, Mrs. Dewayne Joshua Shane Ithodrn
Cindi bride-elect Hardec Mrs. Thomas Williams
Norman, of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Rhoden Jr. .
Miss Sherri Norman and Miss Cindy )
Scott Roberts, was honored at a
Norman held at the home of Mrs. of Starke annouce the birth of a son
shower March
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given by Joshua Shane born March 18 in ibG
Glenn Norman.
Nancy Payne, Winkler and
Tammy -
Alachua General Hospital,
Approximately IS guests attended
Carolyn and Michelle Sapp at the
home of the latter. during the evening. The mother of Gainesville.
The refreshment table the bride-elect is Mrs. James W. Lee Maternal Grandparents are Mr.
covered with a white ArmyNavycloth was of Florahome and the mother of the and Mrs. AI Bilanski of Longwood, 0
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and centered with an arrange- groom : r
Mrs. Thelma Knoblach of West
Norman Jr. of Starke.
ment of spring flowers. The punch
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The hostesses the honoree with a light blue gown and Paternal Grandparents are Mr.
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Dr. Carlos .Hernandez HonoredAt Items of Interest

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Joint table was covered with a silk em Party on Tuesday night March 19 at
"Doctor's 50th Birthdays broidcred'cloth and centered by an the home of Mrs. Brenda Slade near
Anniversary
Day"
... Held Over Weekend arrangement of spring flowers in Hampton Lake.
shades of maroon and pink with The Rushees that attended this
The physicians of the Bradford Dr. Carlos Hernandez was Joshua Brewer celebrated his snapdragons and daisies year were Mrs. Sherry Huggins,
County Medical Society were honored for his efforts in organizing eighth birthday with six of his predominating. Included in the Mrs. Linda Luther, Mrs. Brenda
honored on Saturday, March 30, the the local Society and serving as its z friends at the Starke Bowling laneson centerpiece was a Dalton bride doll. Thomas and Miss Sheila Wynn
50th anniversary of Doctor's( Day,at first president.The Saturday, March 30. Mrs. vernon Reddish presided at the Members and Rushees dressed in
an International dinner held at the After bowling the boys enjoyed crystal punch bowl. their "Tackiest Pajamas" for
home of the Auxiliary president, Auxiliary members are mak cake, potato chips and cold drinks in In the garden room was another laughs at the party. Prizes were
Mrs. Pete G. Felos. ing lovely cotton aprons and colorful the game room. punch table that was covered with a won by Mrs. Sherry Huggins and
Each physician received a red pillows for the Whispering Pines Later in the day a family party Army/Navy cloth and centered withan Miss Sheila Wynn.
carnation, a traditional symbol. of Nursing Home commemorating was held at the home of Mr. and arrangement of red and The Rushees were given yellow
Doctor's Day. Doctor's Day which were on display gas, Mrs Gary Brewer. roses in a crystal bud vase. Mrs. silk roses with black streamers to
Gary Don Brewer celebrated his Carl Hurst poured punch and was symbolize the sororities theme
r 12th birthday, Joshua his eighth and assisted by Mrs. Larry David Andrews flower and their colors which 'are

Items of interest.....................................""....", grandfather, Don Patray his 57th. black and gold.Members .
Presents were exchanged. Cake, ice At points of interest in the garden prepared delicious
cream and cold drinks were enjoyedby room were a variety of hanging refreshments for the evening follow
all. baskets. ing the meetings.
Lynn Pierce room. The dining tables were Hernandez The hostesses the
Dr. Carlos On Sunday the family attended the presented
centered with silk flower arrangements -
pastel
Luncheon HonoreeMiss presentation of My Fair Lady at the honoree with a silver cake knifeas a
with a garland of memento of the occasion.
Alhambra Dinner Theatre in Regina Cannova

Lynn Pierce, whose marriage cards blooming marked pyracanthea.the seating Bridal arrange place Did You Know.......... Jacksonville. Invited to call between the hoursof Shower Honoree
and
3 5 100
were guests.
p.m.
to J. Mack Godwin will be an ment for the 25 guests.
event of May 4,was honored at a luncheon Among those attending were the The Knights Templar of the local Miss Regina Cannova,whose marriage
Saturday given by Mrs. J.E. honoree mother, Mrs. George York Rite Bodies will attend the Church of God Observes Easter EventsAt to Chuck Johnson will be an
Denmark, Mrs. George Flynn, Jr., Pierce, the prospective groom's First United Methodist Church for Pastor Appreciation Day St. Mark's event of May 4, was honored at a
Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips,Mrs. Janet mother and grandmother, Ms. Ann worship at the 11 a.m. service on lingerie shower Monday night given
Turner, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Godwin and Mrs. Gladys Williams, Sunday as a uniformed unit. by Mrs. Joe Faulk, Miss Sarah
St. Mark's
Mrs. Houston McCUn!" and Mrs. and Mrs. Jane McQuaig and Mrs. Reverend Walter F. Montz and Episcopal Church Faulk, Mrs. Pat Welch and Miss
J.B. Godwin held at the C2.ken Debra McQuaig of Waycross, Ga. wife were honored on March 24 by Easter Sunday Workship Service to Debbie Jones at the home of the latter
Ocala be held at 10 will be conductedby
Baker of a.m.
Mr. and Mrs Bill
Factory. The hostesses presented the the Church of God in observance of of Griffis Loop.
Arrangements of azaleas were used honoree with a set of matching were weekend guests of Rev. and Pastor Appreciation Day.. Father Seymour. Sunday School The refreshment table was
at points of interest in the dining towels as a memento of the occasion. Mrs. Ballard Wilson. The day began with special services Easter will Egg begin Hunt at will 9 a.m.be held at 4 covered with an antique beige lace
cloth and centered with an
from at the St. Mark's arrange
recognition each departmentof pm ParrishHouse. ment of red roses.
the church. Gifts were presentedto All Visitors Welcome.
Twenty guests were invited to at-
the honored
couple from each tend between the hours of 7:30 and Sp.m
department as well as a love offer. .
Patio Buffet Honors.
e.w ta Iced ing at the close of the service.
and pick up our
Rretln 12.9005 There was special singing by Mrs., Engaged Couple
1 Diane Hughes and guest speaker Hall Reunion
+r 01000 ara01enp .iIi I // Dr James A. Cross, former GgneealOverseer Cindi Norman and Scott Roberts, Sunday, April 14
of the Churches ofjGod and whose marriage will be an event of
0D Overseer at the time of RJBV. Montz April 27, were honored Saturday The annual Hall Reunion will be
orientation into the ministry. night with a patio buffet given by held Sunday, April 14, at the
The day was topped off with din Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Mr. and Theressa Community Center. A
aratns AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE ner on the grounds prepared by the Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mr. and basket lunch will be served at approximately -
ladies of the church. Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mr. and Mrs. 1 p.m. All family and
0 The MonLz's were presented a corsage Lowell King, Mr. and Mrs. Norman friends are invited.
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and boutonniere as a mementoof Dowdy,Dr. and Mrs. Pete Felos and

'0' the occasion. The church feels Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish, at the Did You Know.Christopher ...........
fortunate have the Montz'swith
a 7po very to home of the latter in Green Acres.
\ them. The buffet was centered with an Riley Hildreth and
& arrangement of spirea and wild apple parents will be visiting his grand
. Terry Lynn Massey blossoms. Other arrangementsof parents, Herb and Bea Hildreth, for
Honored at Tea spring flowers were used the Easter weekend.Mr. .
throughout the porch and patio.
oaF Miss Terry Lynn Massey, whose Approximately 125 guests were in- and Mrs. C.E. O'Steen and
marriage to Michael Andrews will vited to attend, including Mr. and Mr.and Mrs.Al K.Carlisle attendedthe
be an event of May 10, was honoredat Mrs. Glen Normand and Mr. and 50th wedding anniversary luncheon -
a tea Saturday afternoon at the Mrs. George Roberts,Jr.,parents of and reception for Mr.
home of Mrs. Douglas Hardy on E. the honored couple. O'Steen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
0 Call street with co-hostesses Mrs. The hostesses presented the Clayton 0 Steen, in Lakeland on
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F-- 0 M.G.. McMillan and Mrs. M.R. Judd. honorees with the sugar bowl to their Saturday.Mr. .
Mrs. Hardy greeted the guests at chosen ch:.a.
UFISAVERS- IUDEN the door and presented them to the
DUDLEY'SDfSICMAMICC
25% EASn fAOYT1u*BASKETS A /la / EASTER STORYBOOK CANDY 12/1 EGGS JEllY 5 BIRD TYPES receiving line composed of the Beta Sigma Phi and Mrs. Rod Struth of Plant i
to STENCH 1.9.2.99 HT g.169 Reg.79'MCll honoree. her mother, Mrs. Wayne Holds Rush PartyThe City, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gullic of
Massey and mother of the prospective Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
groom, Mrs. Ervin Andrews. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority ofld..ke Case of Lake City and Families
Guests invited to the tea with their
were held its annual Spring Rush spent the weekend
table in the dining room by Mrs. mother, Mrs. Lou Struth.
Judd and Miss Tina Bowen. The tea
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St. Edwards Church .. ......... .:................... ... ............................-..........
School Lunch Menus ;

,
message expressed through contem-
\\rrkSthrdulr traduced as a guest at the meeting of
rock music. Father John
'
porary '
the SL Edward's' RENEW Team Pollard a former St. Edward's. Bradford.;"'na.&Middle School AI.A-CAKTK ,:
Holy Thursday 7:00 p.m. -Even- held in the parish hall Tuesday Tbr ....... ;.. ... '
parishioner, now serving St.Joseph's +e re.w rrrr kv Mr KlrwMT rl Moaday-Ptua.. french: frie. milk+haka, hamburgers '" '
ing Mass of the Lord's Supper night. March 26. The meeting con- Church attended. .15Md Midr:
of the Blessed ducted by Dr.William Marches al day.A,...W Sfmghrtti r/msat'mute. .
followed by Adoration .St.Edward.s Representing St. Edward's at the grtrnbrans T..d..Chburl..rs. pizza, french tries,
{x.E x. Sacrament at 9:00 p.m. RENEW Coordinator concert were Antoinette Coss Joan Trrrday.prarhcs.Apr.. I eonkKhotrills.milk.: Hot dog an bun.baked hean. mllkahakeawrd.nd.yErench. fries, '.
Good Friday 3:00 p.m. Stationsand was also attended by the Pastor, Dunne.Teresa Dunne Ann Gingras. eabbaCO'hw.(run C'Up.milkMr milkshakes hamburgers
Veneration of the Cross 7:00 Father Joseph Finaly. Diana Phillips and Gerri Phillips. ''B +4.jr. Apr. la: Krwd diwken.corn on the pizzaTk.r.day.Cheeaeburgers, french fries, '.
.Liturgy of the Passion and Mrs. McCully gave results of the rob.brarcob w/cnmc. sauR.einn..mm rill milk milkbhakes pinarrMay
p.m. Gainesville Deanery Meeting : ',
TkacWay.Apr II:rrppmnl nzu.cvdrnulvd, ,
Death of Christ. First and Second Seasons of Following the morning business garbs bread,E T boon nubr'rhfey. .... '"
Each day students have.choice of a lunch
or
Holy Saturday 7:00 p.m. Evening RENEW in various parishes of the session of the Gainesville Deanery .Apr.II:Manager Owe: lay salad bar or they may purchfiH*.....carte,
E Liturgy including Blessing of Diocese. She surveyed members Meeting held at Holy Family Churchin Bradford High School
Paschal Fire. Lighting of Paschal present on efforts employed and con- Williston on March 21. Mass was
Candle.Liturgy of the Word Liturgyof sequences experienced in the parish. .
concelebrated by the Host Pastor, -Jr Apr M: 1bI1II"lira v)', buttered
Baptism and Liturgy of the Dates were given for meetings Msgr. Joseph James Father Flan- "*..com.frutl cinnamon" ""I.milk t
Eucharist. scheduled in preparation for the nan Walsh. Deanery Moderator, T_.".Apr.a*.Sloppy Joe on Bun.french fries. )
Easter Sunday 8:00 a.m. and Thrid Semester of RENEW which is mil tip cookie milk W.i
Father Joseph Finlay.St. Edw rd.s "' -.?. .ipr. I*: Macaroni 4 Cheew.raced
Rrv..JnaIdSmiUaformer 10:00 a.m. Mass of the Resurrection. scheduled to begin October 13. Pastor,and Father James O'Neal of ham "'_,.,,11. cabbage' slaw, applesauce.. butte -
Starke Resident Music Liturgy Meeting Live Oak. a former St. Edward's +scach square. milkTkwMlav.
Krnrw Tram iurst On March 6 a Concert was held at Parishioner. Apr II: BftI-V..b.Soup cheese, Vanilla is the extract of fermentedand
Pastor in TennesseeJerald Mrs. Margaret McCully of Orange St. Joseph's Parish Center in Man- Following lunch the guest speakerwas F.Inasl....>salad. .%nr.strawberry II: Manager's. shortcake"" Day milk. dried pods of several species of
Park the RENEW Coordinator for darin. The Tom Franzak Bank was introduced as Dr. Mary Ann orchids.
Smith 29-year-old son of the St Augustine Diocese was in featured and showed the Biblical Hovey of the Community Health
Opal Dickson of Sampson City and Center in Bronson.
the late Jake Smith has acceptedthe
pastorship at Piney Grove
Church of God in Selma Tenn. & A ffff ifr &
Rev.Smith received a B.A.degreein
biblical education from Lee College -
located in Cleveland. Tenn. '
then worked for 11? years in HICKORY SHANK PORTION' ,
Washington state re-opening a
church that had been closed.
Smith has a wife.Sherry. and two

daughters, 22-month-old Jessica SMOKEDUMIT2

Lynn Renee.and four-month-old Candace .


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HAMS JLB ,
Greg Reddish Orlando spent PLEASE
the weekend with his father Sheriff
Dolph Reddish and Mrs. Reddish

and family. BUTT PORTION . :
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PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY,APRIL 10. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.

Mrs. Huston McClane returned 7 Cash c" -r Cash -=' "ti---7" Cash '. Cash "sr -_ ___----T CoshDividend r rI
Sunday after 12 days visit with I Dividend 1 I Dividend 'Dividend -- I
DividendBIRDSEYE ,
friends and relatives in Tallahassee I II

ty.Fort Walton Beach and Panama Ci- I I : s_ Special Special Special

\ PANTRY PRIDE j j ALL PURPOSE
Mrs. Irvin Pitts and sons Tip and PANTRY PRIDE
Jody,and Mrs.Stella Ogle of Sartan- DINNER I YELLOW WESSON
burg. S.C. were Saturday and Sun- LARGEDOZEN COOL
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.P. '
McLendon while enroute to EPCOT. I OIL -
ROLLS ONIONS EGGS WHIP
Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jackson- (20* OFF LABEL)
ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Steve 12 PAK 3 LB BAG REGULAR OR EXTRA CREAMY 24-0Z BTL
8OZ FROZEN
Futch this week.
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Hilary Mills of Gainesville and
Thomas Shirley of Winter Park are
visiting their grandparents Rev.
and Mrs. Ballard Wilson this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle attended
the Sunday morning serviceat
The Church of the Holy Spirit at
Safety Harbor where Fr. Arthur
I Lee formerly pastor of St. Mark's,
I is the pastor.


March 26 Duplicate Bridge Club: r- 1 h- 'i.J r rfi
results were: North/South first-Ida -
Shaw and Evelyn Griffin; second
Jack and Louise Burnette;
East/West tint.Charllf Riddle and

I I Reichmann Frankie Sensor and,Allene second Brew.- Yvonne -We Sell CL&D.A. hoice'Beeff'


Karen Thorpe of Starke was on the GROCERY -
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Dean's List at Valdosta State College > ,
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Ga. for the winter quarter.

Doug Johns has returned to the
home of his mother Mrs. Helen
Johns, after completing five monthsof
ordinance school at Aberdeen

Proving School Grounds, Md. J -

Among out-of-town guests atten- NIBLETSWHOLE = a,% Y p 1 ,
ding the wedding of Barbara Daniels GREEN GIANT KERNEL t
and John Woodham of Feb. 23,were FRENCH STYLE Oft CUT '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sellers of GREEN BEANS CORNREGULAR HYGRADE WHOLE
Florahome, Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. 16OZ CANS OR NO SALT12OZ SMOKED BONELESS BEEF
Glaze of W. Palm Beach, Mr. and CAN
Mrs Herbert Blankton of Vidalia 2 BONELESSDINNER RIB EYEROAST
Ga., Mr and Mrs. Leon Fairclothand
Mr. and Mrs.Lerry Faircloth of
Savannah,Ga.,Mrs.Connie Lindsayof HAMPER
Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. JIFFY ,,"
C.J. Daniels, Jr. of Mobile, Ala., CORN MUFFIN MIX. ***1 .OO ,.

Ala.Mrs.,Zellawane Mr.and Mrs.Skelton Micheal of Saraland Nanear-, SWEET HAMBURGER,HOT DOG USDA $ 89 ,-'.
cAADFn
row of Mandarin Mr and Mrs. VLASIC RELISH . iooz .69 $179 3 ,
William Jones Sutton and son of

Jacksonville, Marilyn Pearce of RAPE JELLY 1.39 rBEEl WHOLE
Macclenny, Don Bird of Mayportand . JAR LB OR HALF
Michael Swenson of California. HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH(ORIGINAL a GARDEN HERB) POUND
SAVE $1.00 PER LB (
SALAD DRESSINGS .88 SAVE 60- PER LB ,

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HamptonHIlites DblB PLANTATIONHICKORY '"

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By Delores Meng s BACON ;.
Phone 468-1913 DOLE

8 0' CLOCK .
Easter Egg Hunt PINEAPPLE .
The Hampton Woman's Club is COFFEE CRUSHED CHUNK OR SLICED JENMEO UOHT a DARK SWIFTS BROWN SERVE
sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt at (SYRUP OH JUICE PACK) WITH GRAVY PACKETTURKEY ., 2 La CUMBERLAND GAP ( REGULAR BEEF OR PATTIES
Hampton Elementary School ,IO tg T PK(0.. 1.99 SAUSAGE r1xJeH Le 1.99 SAUSAGES.HYORAOE Pa 1.49
grounds on Sat., April, at 2 p.m. $219 U ABA TOP CHOICE PKGL HALF SMOKED BONELESS HK3HUNER COOKED
All area children are invited.Recuperating ONE 79ti'e BONELESS BEEF FAMILY DINNER HAM. u,1.99 SHRIMP
POUND RIB EYE STEAKSifl3.99 P .1.99
200Z
.. DOMESTIC HYQRADE PURE PORK JENNIEO ALL DARK 1 '

Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned 22-OZ BORDEN CREMORA 2.59 USDA LAMB TOP CHOICE LEGS La2.39 SAUSAGE RciS .89 WITH TURKEY.o""v'' '' 1.99 : ,
home last Wed. following surgery at PKa
Shands Hospital.Mr. ROYAL LEMON MERINGUE PIE MIX OR NO BAKE '

William Lahn returned home CHEESECAKE . 11oz1.29 '.
Friday after undergoing surgery at PUDDING OR FROZEN DAIRY/DELI'
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WISE PUFFED OR CRUNOHY PANTRY PRIDEVEGETABLES MRS. FILBERTS AGAR' <':"'. -

Visitors CHEESE DOODLES eoz 1.19 v_- .
Judge and Mrs. Clyde Eltzioth MARGARINE f;jw. CANNED '
BAR-OOUE OR HOME FRIES
WISE NATURAL
from Varnvllle, S.C. are g'tests this <
week of Mr and Mrs. Medford) Con- CO..LIAGEFRJES . sot 1.29 cs CORN, OH MIXED QUARTERS iPCII HAM
nelly of Hampton Lake. Mr.Connelly ,
and Mr. Eltzroth ar enjoying the 1

Spring Petersburg Training while their Camps wives in ute St. 10OZ 2/$1 5 g4t'; :$5.99;

busy with other activities. Lgg'9a / FROZEN 160Z CAN ',

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April Birthdays f CORN '
COB 4 CT.1 .47
CROWLEY ALL VARIETIES
April 1 Jerry Wadsworth; and MEAT OR BEEF
Danielle Hersey; April 2 Stacy TROPCANA YOGURT :. 3 soz 1.00 FRANKS = e4. = '1.3Or'; .
Young; April 4.Ellena Wynn; April TREE TOP STOVETOP ORANGE.lFft0IDlU.I 9 e.DMDUAL8I.JCED12aZ OSCAR MAYER SLICED MEAT ON"' '
5-Amy Clark, Billy Home and Bette APPLE JUICE MRS.SMITHS APPU OR OUTCH KRAFT AMERICAN 1.60 BEEFBOLOONA, 1 :
STUFFINGS IMZ .3fi ,
Smith; April-Krista Nicole Fuqua PIES 93
APPLE PANTRY
FJOZEN. PRIDeucz VlAStt BREAD BUTTER OR .
and Rhoden.Demetrlk Jenkins; April 7-Roy'" $ I 39 6f/t.. eRAwemly PuP owvat; CINNAMON ROLLS ,OO DEU PICKLES ..WHOU JAM 1.3D'

School 8 9 DOLE "" JOZ OR BEEF ,
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School will not be In session on '
Good Frida):. April 5. STARKE-430 WEST MADISON STREET ".


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April, 198 TELEGRAPH Paftt't.BHS .\



Girls 3rd, Boys 4th in Santa Fe Invitational Track MeetThe .1



BHS track teams finished In a strong third place finish, the in their division with 54 points. Place finish in the 100 to fifth the number of teams competing In- hand-off.This was a source of Irrita-
strong at the Santa Fe Invitational BHS Lady Tornado track team were In the girls division.Santa Fe High because his time was slower than his stead of the five places which did tion to Loper,who indicated that she
last Wednesday March 27, at the within seven points of number one School was first with 99, Interlachen actual finish Pat Barber lost her se- receive points."That was clearing the track and could not
meet sponsored bv Hardee's. Santa Fe. The boys came in fourth second with 94, BHS third with 92 cond place in the 220 for the same would have made a difference have Interferred with any other
and Keystone Heights fourth with 79. reason, when her time was slower in the meet score," said team because they were running last
It was a meet marred by con- than her actual finishing spot. Loper. when they made the change
$4500 troversy, indicated Coach George Loper, who is a state chairman for The Newberry team left the meet
BEAUTY VALUELimited Loper. Incidents cited included Tony track and field, also said that six early because of disputed finishes Santa F. 99, lntt rlachn ,4,. BHS 92,
Jones being bumped from his third places should have been scored with and scoring, stated Loper. Ktyiton Holghtt 79, N.wb.rry 56.

Time Only at No There were a number of outstan- Cro.* City 35IIDHurdl.
Charge ding performances turned in by the .. .
A.AAffA.AffaffAAa ** **** ******************. (3IW.Hill 20.)4.4 Kennedy 20.M
girls, with Pat Barber winning the ," 1) P. Barber 11.', 1)) Robtrlt Willie".|
Cosmetic Color Evaluation : X-Rays No Charge Office Visit $1200 100 in 11.6,fourth in the 440 and thirdin lit. to.Mill' .'>
: I- II)L.Upp lill, .11,()C.Anders tit:*.M.
Private Individual Facial the 220. Lori Sapp had back-to- '.0.4) P. Barber 70 It,J.f..rey II.0.
BEAUTY back wins in the mile and the two- 110 Hurdler 51".Kennedy M,M,W.Hill 54.77.
Make-Up Make Over / I : Dr. R.E. Dopson Chiropractor : mile while Chris Anders fininshedwas 1:50:MOII.10, Kelley Jackson 13470' t) L. Dtwltt
fifth in the mile and third in the
,
Sprint Medley Relay 2) BHS Wllliemi.Adoml. )
IN YOUR OWN HOME V SPECIAL U. 17 Years Experience : two mile.Kelley Jackson won the 880 D.vll,Tltrniy 4H037.
in 2:34.70 and anchored the second 110-)) P.Birtor II1.
For Appointment Call v :. Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9.5 Tues. & Thurs. 9.12 : place mile-relay team. 11 1:.17 Mill.51..Run-1) L. Sepp 12.27.21.3)C,Anderi

The girls 4 X 110 relay was disqualified -
MII..lllley. 1) IHS Dcvlt. Adams,
: This offer expires without notice Therapies if needed extra Tltrniy
Mimi 782.3790 : when the first runner Jackson 4:10.II.
****** ****AAf.ffif Af fA.a..A** drifted out of her lane
*** *********** following the

The gentlemen Tornadoes were
able to grab a fourth with 54 points in

IF a meet dominated by tough teams
A4' Ii" from Interlachen, Santa Fe and

Cross City.Standouts.

U.S.D.A. GRADE A 10 LBS & UP Jones with an for 10.0 Starke in the 100 were and Tony Jim-

NON-BASTED my Hankerson at 2:08.20: in the 880.
Eddie Tennant finished fourth in
the mile and came back to take se-
Broad, / cond in the two-mile. The sprint
a- I medley team of Sanders, Bellamy
LIMIT.2 Ct Jones and McKinney took a secondplace

PLEASE finish while Lonnie Hamiltonwas
I I Breasted fifth in the shot.

:i Intcrlochcn 139, Santa F. 133 Crofi

City 71, BHS 54, Kytona Heights 49,
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N.wb.rry 39.110Hurdln.S.
Turkeys 1LB .
> Smith 10 41.
100-5)T.Jones 100.L. Wlllliml 10.I.
Mil-) ..T.nnint 4:57.t, H.Cooper S,21..4.
4 X 110 IIlley41 BHS: Wllllimf, Hall
Bulimy Sanders 44.'.
? Cash ; -7 Cash """ I p Cash 4401)T. Divil f 4.I.B. Lenl..U.
Dividend ( Dividend Dividend 1>0-HurdlM-1. Smith 4*.t
110- 1)) J. HinKtrton 2:01.20: S> R. Thorp
Spec Special Spec 2:12.17.
Sprint Medley Rel.y1)) BHS, Sanders,
Billimy,JoneS,McKinney 1:44. .07.
PANTRY PRIDE BREYERS 110-4)T.Davit 14.II.
HELLMANN'S ALL STORES IMMe-E.Davie 11:15.Shotput .
.
S) L.Hamilton 39 t.

MAYONNAISE GALLON ICE WILL BE "It gave us a pretty good idea of

some of the teams in our district,"

MILK CREAM said Loper.
OPEN Next action for the speedsters is

ALL FLAVORS ] today (Thursday, April 4) at the In-
QUART JAR 2% LOW FAT HALF GALLON terlachen Invitational at Interlachen.
High School.
EASTERSClNDAY The Bradford Invitational is on
again, and is scheduled for Satur-
I I day, April 13: However, due to the
newly resurfaced track not being

I competely seasoned, the runners
will not be able to use spikes.


(NORMAL STORE HOURS)
Sweet Win




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S1 pmp byN Pride for Quality & Savrngs! j IiiTemiisIt .' ,



was a sweet win for the BHS

PRODUCE- girls tennis team last Thursday,
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:-.... ,.v", .._ !. ,"Iii."-...;, J IIII" .. IIII 4 when-3,who they had beat beaten Gainesville them earlier Eastside this
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;.. "l h...i' ""1' t "We played a good match," said
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:;" :':,: ', ....;/ f? 2nd of Coach Jerry McGriff of his girls win.
I., set Even the two BHS
;
though girls
..... ."...: : .. \ top
... J. ', .' / aF y'-, were handed losses in Gainesville,
\: ..:, : ..,.. ,,,: \ ./ T color pnnts the rest were able to hold their own
.. L.. \d 5
;: ....'t'; :, :J.,1, .. ... and take wins.
f. I. '....',''' ,.: ', :::..---= .. FREE!
.' : \ ,Mi. '. pc ... Maria Thomas lost to Betsy Young
,. ." ... ,' ," ( '. .,- lost
?' ." :' ,: "., '.t< : 4-8 and Donna Parado to Cathy
.
'. ,,- ; {::I. ':;!. ''',:; ...'t.. ;: ::' -. Bring In your color film for Clayton 2-8
......,. ..... J"/t/! ,l':' ...=.;... $ dev9IopIngandpr1nt1ngat On the brighter bide Kim Sapp
.. :.. ..:- the R.
: ': :M, _/' regular price beat Jenny Norman 8-3 and Sherry
';" ;J Get a second set of
Ross whipped Anne Walton 82.
F ; FLORIDA CRISP prints FREE DISK,110.128 OR 136 FILM SIZES
FRESHFLORIDA DURING THIS TIME PERIOD WE CANNOT HONOR Terese Richardson pulled out a close
Satin borderless prints THE:24 HOUR SERVICE win over Alicia Polmcinski 8-5 for I
JUMBOSTALK I Prints are dated OFFER EXPIRES APRIL 10, 1965. the final singles win. ,1

In doubles action, Maria Thomas
BAKERY and Kim Sapp were hot on the court,

STRAWBERRIES CELERY PARTY FLAKE OflCLOVERLEAFnoLLS dropping the Eastside pair of Betsy

2 PAx 1.09 Young and Anne Walton 83. Donna
Parado and Ross had
Sherry a
"" PANTRY PRIDEKING harder time, losing to Jenny Nor-

SIZE BREAD 3 LoA 1.49 man and Cathy Clayton 48.
.
3 $169 5 9" PANTRY PRIDE HAMBURGER Oft The Lady Tornados are 4-6 for the
H'OTDOOBUHS..3' PAK 1.49 season far. overall and 2-2 in the districtso


PINTS HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Next action for BHS is Tuesday,
April 9, when Oak Hall comes to
Starke.
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P BEANS . .L8.69 GREEN ONIONS 3 BUNCHES< ..OOBOZ I 12-OZNR 6 PACK an improved performance, the
BHS boys still lost, but were able to
ALL PURPOSE BTLS.
CELLO lB B win two in 2.5 loss to .
a
FRESH RADISHES . PKCL .I 4 *>* ROME APPLES ,3 1.29 BEER Gainesville games Eastside. '\

$259 "A good tough match,"said Coach
REGULAR OR UGHT
Jerry McGriff. "We just couldn'twin
enough of the close ones."

IN THE DELI/BAKERY STORES ONLY Out of the four losses suffered by
coKE.TAB,MEL1A BHS,three were by only two points.

,' PRIDE YEU..O, DIET COKECANADA DRY Falling into this category were
.. COUNTRY GINGER ALE who lost 7-9 to Chris
Jason Brown
.t"J.h'/ IREGOACAFEINEFAEE!
'-., y. : + ..- FRIED CHICKEN .... I OR SPRITE REGULAR OR SUGAR FREE Knight, Jimmy Wilson lost 6-6 to
18 PIECE SATCHEL $699 ',f 'IREa OR SUGAR TREE SPRITE): Pierre Johnson and Robert Taylor
4 BREASTS.4 THIGHS
HOLIDAY EASTER 4 WINGS-LEGS y .. 1WO 89 drop his 7.9 to Carl Clark. Lex
BUNNYCAKE $ .. 'TWO LlTEA was beaten 4-8 by James
359 UTEA
SMOKEDSUCED
$29 Hill.Number
TURKEY .- _- two seed Jody Brown wasa
HALF c ,' bright spot for the Tornadoes,win-
BREAST POUND LEAN .' ." .' i Jluro
arln his close match 8-6 over
Avery
COCONUT DELIGHT $ .149 DOMESTIC) $89 f.k .f.S \, I 1ii. ,: J4fr Craig ning of Eastside.In .
BOILED
LAYER
B SWISS : doubles action brothers Jason
CAKE INCH HALF COCA COLA I and Jody Brown won 9-7 over the
CHEESE
I POUND I 8 PACK 1&OZ BTL I r Eastside team of Chris Knight and

HOLIDAY EASTER KITCHEN FRESH HAM I DIET COKE, .. I Avery Craig in a close one. Jimmy
CUPCAKES 6/$11'69 COLESLAW 89'": SPRITE, TAB, 99 ,A Wilson and Lex Sanders were not up
I
POUND PER I to par, losing to Pierre Johnson and
MR. PIBB OR I
pa*DEPORT; Jeff Morton 28.
ICE $129. I MELLO YELLO WITH This COUPON I So far this season,the boys are 2-8

CINNAMON 6/l39 TORPED06/S9t; HALF IL LIMIT COUPON PER ITEM GOOD THRU WEa APR 1ft 1984 and 0-4 in the district.
BUNS ---------se --- -- -----J. vplecs.ooo.arN.NO10 Next action for them is Tuesday,
.1 April 8; when Oak Hall comes to

town..
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1 alleged Incidents occurred in Elwell recommended a Bradford, upon their oaths present LAWSON of the County of Bradford years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He and was elected over Dr. Richard
I l Lawson's car, at his residence and recognizance bond. Therefore that JIMMY LAWSON of the County aforesaid, in the Circuit and State said if Lawson,who has no prior con- Odom by a strong margin.In .
at the FFA farm on US-30) north of Green noted on the indictment that of Bradford aforesaid, in the CirCUitand aforesaid, on or about September 23. victions, is convicted he will probably 1984 Lawson 'was returned to
'J Starke. Lawson could be released by the State aforesaid on' or'about 1984, in the county of \) radfordaforesaid be recommended for a term of the board without opposition.The .
Elwell said Lawson had asked to sheriff's department after arrest on September 22, 1984 in the County of ,did unlawfully handle, probation under the state's sentencing governor's legal counsel said
testify before the grand jury, but his promise to appear in court on the Bradford aforesaid, did unlawfully fondle or make an assault upon guidelines. Wednesday that in cases when a
decided not to on Tuesday after be date of his arraignment. handle, f ndle'or make an assault (boy's name), a child under the age Lawson was elected to the school public official is indicted for a
ing advised by his attorney not to ap Lawson surrendered himself for upon (the boy's name),a child under of 14 years in a lewd,lascivious or in- board in 1978 to complete the term of crime! a certified copy of the indict-
pear before the group. Elwell said arrest at the Bradford County Jail the age of 14 years in a lewd, decent manner, to-wit: by placinghis Art Holliday, who resigned for ment is forwarded and the governor
P Lawson was told he could appear Tuesday night after being told of the lascivious or indecent manner, to- hands on the penis of (boy's .health reasons. then decides whether the charges
voluntarily but he wouldn't be sub- grand jury's presentment. wit: by placing his hands on the name) age 11, but without commit- In 1980 Lawson ran for a full term"" warrant suspension.
I., poenaed nor granted immunity from The following was presented by penis of .(boy's uame) age 11, but ting the crime of sexual battery.-contrary I
: prosecution for testifying.The the grand jury: without committing the crime of to Florida Statute 800.04 in
sealed indictment was openedby "In the Circuit Court of the Eighth sexual battery, contrary to Florida such case made and provided< Circuit Judge R.A. "Buzzy" Judicial Circuit of the State of Statutes 800.04. evil example of all others in the like In a written response, .the chairman of the Bradford Countr.School
Green about 4:45: Tuesday. Florida, for Bradford County,at the COUNT II: case offending and against the peace Board stated the board's reaction to the indictment of J.R. "Jim' Lawson
j Green asked Dwell his recom- Fall term thereof 1984. And The Grand Jurors of the Stateof and dignity of the State of Florida." on criminal charges by the grand jury Tuesday.
i. I mendation on bond pending court THE GRAND JURORS OF THE Florida, enquiring in and for the Elwell said Wednesday that. the "The members of the Bradford County School Board were surprised to :
appearances and based on Lawson's STATE OF FLORIDA, enquiring in body of the County of Bradford,upon charge against Lawson is a second learn of the Grand Jury's indictment of Mr.Lawson.We feel that it would
\ cooperation during the Investigation and for the body ft tho Cotintv nf their oaths present that JIMMY degree felony punishable by up to 15 be inappropriate at this time to comment on the substance of the charges. I:
j "It is our understanding that the Governor's office has a staff to handle
such matters and we anticipate that Mr. Lawson will be suspended from
I// ( Fair IA) his duties pending the outcome of the criminal charges. During such a
(from page suspension the Governor will in all likelihood appoint someone to serveon
an interim basis. We feel confident that there will be a smooth transi-
The Beef Sale will be prior to the Rotarians, will be served from 11:30 open the fair.Cutting on Saturday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. tion for any such appointee and that any effects on the Bradford County
steer sale Saturday nigh April 13. a.m. until 1:30 p.m. for$3 per plate. the ribbon will be the new Agriculture Commissioner Doyle School Board will be nominal.
J An FFA and 4-H Awards The fair exhibit buildings and the Bradford County Strawberry Queen Conner, a native of Bradford County -Signed: Patricia E.Spengler
Ceremony is set at 7 p.m. Friday, midway will open at 5 p.m. Friday Tracie Clark.Lake Chevrolet-Olds is is expected to attend at some Supt. Jim Duncan said "We don't want to speculate on the guilt or in-
April 12: April 9.Two shows by JoCephus andTbe donating the booth for the queen this time during the fair. nocence of Mr. Lawson.
Ghost Rider Band are set at 8 year where fairgoes can meet the "Operation of the Bradford County schools are not affected on a day-to-
I l Rural-Urban Day... and 10 p.m. Friday night. 16-year-old beauty. day basis by this indictment of Mr. Lawson.
The annual Rural-Urban Day Miss Clark will be present Tues- The midway opens at 5 p.m.Tues- "We will continue to work in a highly positive manner to provide the
I sponsored by the Starke Rotary Club Ribbon Cutting... day and Thursday nights from 7 to 8. day.and Wednesday, April 9-10; 5p.m. best education possible to the,students in our county."
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j The 19th Strawberry Invitational from throughout northeast Florida. tee off Saturday, to again try tor the ,,.IlAD'.. -
; may not have a$400,000 purse, but it Winner of the 1984 tournament, title.
I has moved into the'big time' by offering Jim Arnold of Green Cove Springs "Harold 'Bish' Bishop or Jack I USDA CHOICE SALE -
a new Thunderbird will be playing in this year's tourna- Hazen have a good chance of winn-
I automobile as a prize. ment made up of 120 players. ing this tournament," said Club r .
110 entries have already been Manager Herb Herres, "so does "
This $15,000 car will be awardedthe Standing Boston Butt
I lucky golfer who first 'aces' the received, including area winners Gaines, the chairman of the tournament .,\
11th hole on Sunday, April 14th. such as Ron Tumlin of Palatka, ." Rib Roast Pork Roast :, I
Richard Gaines of Starke and Club There will be a special feature ,.
The Starke Golf and Country Club Champion Jack Hazen. both days on number two hole and "
will host the annual event April 13 Former tournament winners, Phil the Ladies Golf Association will $215 9ge [,
s j and 14 for golfers both local and McDilda and Gene Laws, will also sponsor a special on number four.Ii Ib, I



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I water usage meters located on the ci- water from the city system. This was Heard a report that the city insurance 20 oz. Loaves I''
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'serious questioning of the accuracy of schedule set for regular metered city fire truck. COL ;
the meters. usage and that his actual paymentwas
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I.. ; Improving Lady Tornado Softball Team Win Three I I"rJ1.


\ A fast improving Lady Tornado missed the bag in trying to U.TOW: out ,dy Strickland was'1-3 with a triple. 3-4, Linda Harris was 2-2 and Kay unassisted double play.
V If" Softball team has won its last four Taylor who'was coming home. Allen was 2-2. Marla Reddish hut a After the girls woke up they
\ games and are now 5-1 in the district Cindy Taylor went 4-5 and score BUS 7, Intelachen 6... 3-run inside the park home run. played real hard said Slater.
"Jf .o and 5-6 overall for the season. two runs. Kay Allen was 3-4, Stacy In a close game, the ladies came This was the third home run for Next action for the Lady Tornados
(.'t\C\t1.t. Reddish was 3-5, and Linda Hardin from behind to nip Interlachen 7-6 at Reddish in two games, said Slater. is Thursday, April 4, when Mid-
<' ... Union falls 54... went 35. Cindy Strickland was 2-5, the Rams home field,Tuesday,April Things starlet out slow, both of- dleburg comes to town at 4 p.m. at
"A real barn-burner," said Coach Tammy Lynn went 2-4 and Marla 2. fensively and defensively, said Edwards Road. BHS goes to Lake
\.... -'--' John Slater of his Lady Tornado win Reddish was 24. "Girls we depend on to hit the long Slater,but BHS got going in the third Butler Monday,April 8,for a 7 p.m.
-- ... ball "said Coach inning when Rrrtrlish made
-- over rival Union County High Schoolin came alive and did, nn game.
:: '-" a 10-inning game last Thursday, BUS 10', Keystone 5 Slater of his ladies' win.
\ March 28. It was a determined bunch of Lady The Lady Rams came'out in the 'Experience' i i.a good school, but the fees are high."
'., ," In sending 45 batters to the plate, Tornados who went south to first inning to take the lead 2-0 and
\ the Tornadoes were able to get 21 Keystone last Friday, March 29, and the Tornadoes were only able to put Heine.
<. '." hits, but only 5 runs in the game. came home with a big win. one on the board in the third. The Heinrich
: Lake Butler sent 42 players up, only "I think we went over there with Rams added three more in the
',".' ..i.\.i.Ir' was able to come up with 12 hits. the attitude that they weren't goingto fourth and another in the fifth. BHS
A first inning lead of two hits went. beat us," said Slater. was able to have a big inning in the "i, NCjUSReg.
"-' ; away in the third when the Tigers Jumping to a three run lead in the fifth, coming up with four runs, but
l::" ''' ".T'\' went ahead 32. By the fifth it was first inning, Keystone was stopped they were still short. In the seventh \ '
: : > 42. The score was tied in the sixth dead until the sixth inning and ended inning, the Tornadoes finally madeup \, t'l; and it was a long dry spell until the the game with a total of five runs. their mind to win and scored the '
'.. tenth when the ladies from Starke Coming back in the third inning, two runs needed to take home a win .
-.. '''-' were finally able to go ahead by one. BHS got five runs in a hurry, added to Starke. $ 20r
'w 3 '"_ In the crucial final inning, Cindy two more in the fifth and topped it off Going to the plate 32 times, BHS
Pholo by Mark Frlvdlln Taylor lead off with a single followedby with three in the seventh, for a totalof totaled up 18 hits during the evening -
Top Performer... Marla Reddish who singled. 10. while Interlachen went up 28 timesto
BUS Lady Tornado Softball pitcher Smith flew out to center field and "The big difference was we had collect 9 hits.
Tammy Lynn hurled her way Linda Hardin reached on a fielder's players in position," said Slater. Cindy Taylor had an excellent Street
through three of her finest performances choice which saw Reddish forced out Marla Reddish was 3-4 for the night, going 4-4, scoring once and 118 Thompson 9 6 AIn -4151
last week as the girls stunned at second. Tammy Lynn hit a shot game and hit two home runs and bat batting in one run. Cindy Stricklandwas Merle Norman Building
11-1 Keystone Heights 10-5 in down the first baseline which was ted in 7 runs. Cindy Taylor and Kay 2-3 with an inside park home run
Keystone Friday night. fielded bv the first baieirmn who Allen were, 2-4 at. .the plate,.and Cin- .and batted in one. Patty Smith was

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Taking their lumps, a leaky Brad- Losing pitcher Gerald Brown was errors a game'and expect'to win.;'It 1983-84 Actual ExpendituresFederal
ford baseball team dropped three the leader in BHS's 10-hit attack,going is tough.enough: to get three outs'pn
games this week mainly because of 2-for-3 with a single and double. people like Keystone and
errors. Second baseman Todd McLeod was Augustine, much less give them a Revenue Fund
"We just can't play defense,"said 2-for-5 with a single and double. couple extra outs each inning'says Sharing Availability
Coach Mike Hartley of his Tornado Tony Diggs, playing right field, was Tornado Coach Mike Hartley.f
nine which outhit Clay High but 2-for-3, Hal Wood was 2-for-4. Eight of 10 runs were unearned .
allowed six unearned runs in their BHS got one run in the first on againsts Keystone and 7 of 15 were All persons are hereby notified that Federal Revenue Sharing
most recent outing Tuesday April 2, walk and a single by John David unearned against St.Augustine. ;
in Green Cove Springs. BHS also Francis. "Out pitchers are not doing thay Actual Expenditures for the 1983-84 Fiscal Year for The City of
was bombed 10-2 by Keystone High Clay teed off early on BHS hurler bad a job, but after a pitcher has
and 15-7 by St.Augustine. Gerald Brown, scoring 7 runs in the seen his team'play poor defense it is Starke is available for public inspection. The supporting documen-
first two innings on 6 hits, an error, hard to keep)your composure,"says
tations are on file at the Hall 209 N.
Upcoming Games... and a walk. Coach Hartley. City Thompson Street from
BHS in the top of the fourth scored 8:00: a. m. to 5:00: thru
BHS goes to Augustine today p. m. on Monday Friday.
three runs, making it 7-4, when St.Aug. 15 BIIS 7
(Thursday, April 4)) for a 1:30: p.m.
Brown singled, Francis was admit-
Only bright spot in Saturday's 15-7
game.Friday, April 5, the club travels to ted on an error,back-to-back singlesby loss to Augustine here was., a
for 3 with catcher Robert Starling and first grand slam home'run by pitcher-
Macclenny a p.m. game
Baker baseman Hal Wood. infielder Doug Samons. Neil L.
High.Monday 8 Lake Butler BHS got within two points, 8-6, in Samons drove the ball 340 feet into Tucker
to Starke, April for, 7 the top of the sixth with two runs on a right center and it landed in the City Clerk
comes a p.m. game.
UHS, 5-8 as of Wednesday, has been John walked David, and Robert Francis Starling single, 2 Diggs RBI walkway-. of'. ..the" ..-stadium... The five-,

having troubles of its with losses to fly to left field.BUS's See... Baseball page 12ALb.
KHS and PKY.
Brown allowed 9 hits,
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Clay High Garrison, the winning pitcher, and i
Six errors and six unearned runs Ball, who relieved in the fifth,allow
spelled the difference against Clay ed 10 hits,struck out 8,and walked 4. C Contest
High in Green Cove Springs Tuesday. orii1 g
afternoon where BHS lost 86. Bradford 100 101 0-0 10 t .
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which combined with untimely "Against the calibre of teams we J4pcJql1y.For
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Kimberley Ann Johnson left) Is the county champion speller and will t- ,,

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yourself to a trip through the ultimate in undies where you will find the The students who competed In the Bradford County spelling bee are: Krack 2nd runner-up and Danny Manz.
largest elections in northeast Florida. in I
Lingerie a complete line of the Back row 11-r1): Allison Archey Kimberley Ann Johnson- champion, Front row dainty cotton and silken so dear to the hearts of
such famous houses as Lily of France, Dlor, Season women.Gilead.Including Ball Jared Metcalf, first runner-up; Charles Hutcheson, Jason Pardee, Kevin McElroy, Shawn Bass

Vassarette Shadowline, and much more. Also have a nice selection of '

Roxanne swimwear. Come in while the selection is still tops and browse .

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professional services in surgical specialties. They feature custom fit Spelling

ted bras and corsets breast prosthesis, Jobst stockings, mastectomy

bras also lingerie! and swimwear.. Walk-ins or by appointment. So go by
soon you will be glad you did.
Kim Johnson will represent Bradford Jared Metcalf son of Chris and Don Lawtey Elementary and the causeway.

Harrell Construction Co. Inc. County at the District Spelling( Metcalf of Starke, was first runner- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ar Steven McElroy a 5th grader at

One San Jose Bee Set In April in Jacksonville up and and both he and Kim covered chey. Allison spelled the words: during Southside Elementary and the son of
Blvd. Suite 10, Jacksonville, FL The air of silent anticipation that difficult territory in the elimination scare dance outburst, merrily, Fred and Pat McElroy correctly

Phone 268-5518 filled the school board meeting room round. jellyfish heckle, beard, lemonade, spelled the words: pick, army

Thursday morning was changed to According to spelling bee rules cactus eavesdrop, and ponderous valley kindhearted buckle, bashful .
General contractors featuring commercial, industrial and residential sudden jubilation as LawteyElementary's when only two spellers are left they before missing the word veined. terminate and odorless before miss-
work. They are very progressive and are leading contractors of this area. Kimberley Ann must spell words until one misses. Shawn Bass, a 5th grader at ing tallyho.

Harrell Construction Co., Inc.are the authorized Mesco Builder for this Johnson spelled 1-e-c-t-e-r-n and then Two win the other speller must then Brooker Elementary and the son of Jared Metcalf, an 8th grader at

area from design completion. Mesco buildings are cost-etficlent metal p-e-a-r-1-y slowly and carefully to correctly spell the missed word, plus Caron and Robert Bass spelled the Bradford Middle School and the son .

buildings. Mesco all-steel building systems offer a complete range of pre- become the Bradford County spelling correctly spell one additional word.In words cattle and ring, before getting of Chris and Don Metcalf. The first
engineered buildings for agricultural commercial industrial his letters mixed in the word
champion. the elimination round, Kim cor up runner-up Metcalf correctly spell
warehouses and many other uses. Kim daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rectly spelled the words: juicily chain. ed the words: nation, sorry
In this age of rapid progress there is no one principle of manufacture Jerral Johnson of Starke, will travelto harmonica and boomerang, andmissed Note: Due to an error on the part costume level taxation, repaint,

that has pushed America faster than standardization and extensive pro- Jacksonville in April to represent the word mackerel before of f7 Telegraph in a previous issue, nestle, delicious pillar, dilute

duction. This principle applied to the building industry has brought the Bradford County in the district spell- spelling lectern and pearly. Shawn and Jason Pardee, the other scoundrel, itemize and affectionate
metal building: to the front faster than any other. You can pick out a size ing championship. The spelling bee Jared correctly spelled the words: BE winner were incorrectly iden before entering the elimination

and design get the building and have it up in a short time. is sponsored by the Florida Tunes- obedient and wail and missed the tified in the picture. The Telegraph round againstItlm.

There are a great many advantages in buying a Mesco building you Union. words mackerel and lectern. apologizes for the error. Sonja Norman, a 5th grader at
get good materials, good prices,economy of time and there is no up-keep Brian Hall, a 5th grader at Southside Elementary and the

of these fine buildings. If you plan to build any building, give them a call as Kim's 11 other victory spellers was competed not easily for won the Competitors... Southside Elementary and the son of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M.

you will be glad you did.. title. Bradford Middle School'sfringNorthw.otarlydirea Allison Archer a 7th grader at Dennis and Janet Hall spelled the Norman, correctly spelled the

...words: matter, trail, narrow, words: number until order

capable scrawl, and agency before grocery, amiss, and chapel before
missing orchard. missing relic.

. ... : PUBLIC,NOTICE Charles Hutcheson,a 5t'i grader at Jason Pardee, a 6th grader at
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fU e gal '. '1' ., 'underlgned' United altd'thd'soa'Of ', 'L.
tlon along last aforesaid States Marshal or any of 'An Environmental' Starke Elementary Brooker Elementary and! UwBon ofn"
Northerly boundary his duly authorized) Au.umenha.. been Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hutcheson, cor Marshall and Pat Pardee correctly

NOTICE Keystone Heights FL and that on Monday the 670.00 feet more or deputies will sell the completed by FmHA concerning rectly spelled the words: extra andqualify spelled the words: fear, rubber, ar

OF INTENTION, 32656. 15th of April 1985, at less, to the Westerly property situate in Brad the constructionof storm, chimney, slapstick, rive, bakery, homestead and spur
TO REGISTER Attorn.y for Personal 2:00 p.m. on said day on boundary of told NE '. ford County, Florida 28 RRH units In before missing zoning. before missing lapse. .
FICTITIOUS NAME Representative: ThomasC. the premises of the Brad of NE '/ I thence N 1T described as: Lawtey, Florida. Kimberley Ann Johnson, a 7th Erin Wilkinson a 4th grader at

I O'Bannon, 818 Barnett ford County Jail. I will offer W. along told Westerly PARCEL 7: A parcel of Th. assessrnenshow.. grader at Lawtey Elementary and Lawtey Elementary and the
Bank Building, Jackson- for sale and sell to boundary 5/0.61 feet to land In the E'/ of NE'A of ed no significant Environmental the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerral daughter of Mrs. Sheila Wilkinson.
Pursuant to Section
865.09. Florida Statutes, villa, Florida. Telephone: the highest bidder for the Southerly boundary SE'/i of NE'/ of Section Impact for Johnson. Kim correctly spelled the Special permission was given for
(904)( ) 356-2021. cosh In hand the above of th.ROW of State Road 28, Township 6 South, the Lowtey Apartmentsto words: leaf, shirt, engine dawned Erin to compete in the county bee
notice Is hereby given. 3/28 2tchg 4/04 described property of 230. aforesaid, thence In Range 22 East in the City b. located at Adams accompany evermore patronize, since the contestants are supposedto

that th. undersigned NOTICE OFSHERIFFS said defendant to faulty a Easterly direction of Starke, Bradford and Pine Streets. confide, gimmick, plantable, tidal, be 5th-8th graders. Fourth
FAYE LUKE AND JANf: S. the aforesaid Execution. along sold Southerly County Florida; said Any person who feels fabricate and rapidity before enter graders were allowed to participate

USHER. P. O. Box '96. Notice Is SALE DOLPH E. REDDISH boundary and along the parcel being more particularly the review is In error ing the elimination round against in the Lawtey bee for practice but
hereby giventhat
Lake Butler FL 3J54.= should submit wrltt.n.tat.m.nt
a
BRADFORD COUNTY.Fla. arc of a curve concav. to described as Jared. Erin by becoming
surprised
I I.' Dolph E. Reddish everyone
joint owners, d|>lnglutinets the North and having a follows: outlining the
as sheriff of Bradford environmental Kevin Krack, a 7th grader at the 4irst runner-up and being
under thai firm County, Florida und.rand 3/411tchg 4/11 radius of 11359.2 fast specific Bradford Middle School and the son eligible to participate in the county
nom. of FARM WORLD measured concerns to Farmers
491.44 feet as Commence at an Iron
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Edkin.
bee. She the
correctly spelled
by virtu. of Writ/ of
AT NEW RIVER Rt. 1. Box IN THE CIRCUIT COURT along a chord having a pip. located at the SEcorner Home Administration -
Execution towltExecution : BRADFORD COUN 88"36"5"E.to Box 19, Room 248, Kevin. this year's second runnerupand words: hammer, ribbon doctor, innermost
652 Lak. Butler FL.. FOR bearing of S of
said
Issued E'and last year's county spelling bee weeknight poacher
32054, Intends to out TY FLORIDA the end of said curve.Thence Federal Building, Ocala ,
of Court of Bradford run North 0 degrees, 06 winner correctly spelled jelly before
register sold fictitious County CIVIL DIVISION S 89'SO' E, along Flo. 32670 within 15 daysof : sedan and immortal missing
.
County pursuant to CASE NO. 83.2 said South.rly boundary, minutes and 09 seconds the date of this notice. tank, glance foaming, federal, kidskin bleachers.
name under the
aforesaid statute.Dated a Final Judgm.nt for 130.86 feet to the FOB East along the Easterly Lawtey Apartments emptiness, klutz acquaint, Judges for the bee were Mrs. -

this 2nd FLORIDA NATIONAL COMMUNITY STATE At public sale, to the boundary thereof 27.74 Ltd. 810 Margaret Street jaunty malignant, and gooey before Patricia Spengler chairperson .of
I dayoFApril 'in BANK and against AR BANK highest bidder for cash feet to an intersection Jacksonville, Fla. 32204 missing civilly. the Bradford County School Board;

Bradford, AD., 1985 THUR D. THORNTON OF STARKE, Plaintiff/ at the front door of the with an Easterly pro "/'" 2tchg 4/11. Danny Manz, a 6th grader at Arnold Weeks, Bradford County
County AND MARILYN S. longation of the Northerly Hampton Elementary and the son of librarian and Mrs. Lou
Bradford Courthouse Myrna
.. vs County NOTICE IS HEREBY ,
4/04 /25IN boundary of the R/W
4tchg
'THORNTON defendants, JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON In Starke, GIVEN that on Monday Mrs. Johanna Manz correctly spelled Nurse a Bradford school system administrator
of Thomas thenceSouth
Street,
the
In /
amount o:1,639.49 ALMA J. THOMPSON Flo>:Ldo! on the 4th day of 89 .degrees, 33 April 8th 1985 at 10:00 : leave, world, jewel, pincushion Pronouncer was Brad
THE CIRCUIT COURT plus Int.r..ttog.th.r' SEARS ROEBUCK AND April, 1983, between II minutes and 16 seconds o'clock a.m.. the undersigned comic decline, gasket, salon, mir ford High School Media Specialist
with
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY collection. costs of COMPANY. HI a.m. and 2 p.m West along said Easterly GatorFrelghtways rored, and archery before missingrun Gladys Thomas.

FLORIDA., PROBATE' Have seized and haveIn NEIGHBOR ENTERPRISES, GILBERT S. BROWN prolongation 16.96 feet Inc., will
DIVISION'' INC.. d/b/a HI CLERK OF SAID COURTBy sell at public auction for
More.
to a concrete monument .
.
the
File Number 83-28-CP my possession NEIGHBOR WHOLESALE N. Whltehead cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd. I
following described personal Fay. located ot the Intersectlon Baseball,, (from page I1A)
Division13623{ : COMPANY. CAPITAL Fla.
Deputy Clerk of said Northerly Jacksonville, one
property to-wit:
ASSOCIATES INC. 3/21 Nchg1/11 lot of display stands
IN RE: ESTATE OF 1982 Ford Fairmont BARNETT BANK OF 'boundary with the of (Freight No. STL fifth inning uprising from the against ineffective Tornado pit

JAMES W. GILL. I.D. No. JACKSONVILLE N.A., NOTICE Westerly boundary 042715-3)) consigned to otherwise lethargic Tornado nine ching.
Deceased, ABP21B9CA1218S6 STATEWIDE COLLECTION INTENTION the R/W of Old Lowt.yRood Richard Fitzgerald put BHS temporarily back in the Samons started and took his third
th.nc. North 0
above as the named property defendantand of the CORPORATION, EDWARD TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS degrees; 10 minutes and Miramar. Fla.; one lot of game. leaving them down 10-7. But loss. SA's bare was the winning pit

NOTICEOF that S. TRUPPMAN NAME 31 seconds East along Sculputure' V.nt Augustine came right back with[ 2 cher with some, _relief. help.
ADMINISTRATION on Monday the M.D., Trustee, and RAN. Pursuant to Section said boundary (woodFrlght)( No. runs in the sixth and 3 in the seventhin - "" R H B
15th of Westerly
day April 1983 DY MILLER In his capocl-' 863.09. Florida Statutes, 13-396229)) consigned to its 16-hit and 15 runs scored Augultlrw. t > .11 .1 IS 14 1
278.58 feet iron
The administration of at 2:00 p.m. on said dayon as Executive Director to an Lumber Cap. Coral rldtord tot (SO 0 r tWP s
ty Cape
the notice I I. hereby glv.n for Point of beginnIng s AMr LP- lemons,
the of JAMES W. premises of the pipe t-J
estate of the Department of Fla; one lot of Tile
Bradford Jail that'th. und.rslgn.d.BETTY From Point of Begin NOTICE
deceased. File County I
GILL Revenue, Defendant Cleaner (Fr.lght No.
& JAMES DILTS
Number 8S-28-CP ,Is will offer for sale and ning thus described continue consigned to
03-405482))
sell the bidder 623 Pin.wood, Starke, North 0 degrees, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
to highest
pending In th. Circuit Tile, Ft.My.rs. .
NOTICE OF SALE Thompklns Keystone 10 BUS 2
Florida, |olnt own.rs do- 31
for 10 minutes and
Court for Bradford County cash In hand the Fla. lot of ACQUISITIONOF
one
;
above described Ing business under the seconds East along said Six errors and eight unearned runs
Florida Probate Division proper NOTICE I I. hereby drum detergent (Freight A BANK BY A
the address of ty of said defendant to given that pursuant to firm nom. of THE BOOT Westerly boundary, No. 01-402331)) consigned BANK HOLDING COMPANY spelled defeat for the Bradford nine
which Is Bradford County satisfy the aforesaid Ex the Final Judgm.nt STORE STARKE SHOE 79.29 feet to an Iron to Chuck Bohaychyk at Keystone Heights. last Saturday

Courthouse, Starke, ecution. entered In case number REPAIR 120 E. Call St., pipethence: South 89 Brucewood Naples, Fla. Notice I.i hereby given by the applicant The Indian nine teed off on BHS

Florida 32091. The Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff 85-2, In the Circuit Court Starke, Fla. 32091 said, fictitious intends degrees, 92 minute and to satisfy fr.lght and ( Community Stat. Banking hurler Gerald Brown, 2-2, for 10 hits.

names and addresses of Bradford County Florida for Bradford County, to register under the 37 seconds West, 100.0f..t storage charges, under Corporation at 811 S. Walnut St., Brown stifled the Indians twice last

the personal representative 3/21 4tchg 4/11 Florida I will sell the aforesaid name statute. to a concrete monument Odegr.es,10 the provisions of Section Stork., Fla. 32091 that It will applyto year, holding them to one run in two

and the personal NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S property ..Ituat.d' Doted this 18th day of ; thence minutes South and I 1bJ( )of Unllorm Standard the Federal Reserve Board pursuant games: Friday however, it was a
representative's at SALE Bradford County, in Bradford Bill of lading. to Section 3 of the Bank differenct story.
March 1983 31 secondWest .
torney or.. set forth Notice Is hereby glv.n Florida described asA : County. parallel with sold 4/. 2tchg 4/11 Holding Company Act for acquisition BHS jumped off to a 1-0 lead in the

below. that I I. DOLPH E. REDDISH parcel of land con /21 4tchg4/11 l Westerly boundary NOTICEOF of share of a bank. Th. applicant Intends top of the first on Tony Diggs home
All Interested persons as sheriff of Brad taining 9.5 acres, more 79.80 feet to an Iron INTENTIONTO to acquire 12,000 thares 'of 80 run to deep left field. The KHS left
are required to file with ford County Florida or less, lying In the NE1/' UNITED STATES pipe; thence North 89 REGISTER pct. of outstanding shares of Community fielder nip-Hopped over the fence as

this MQNTHS court OF WITHIN THE THREE FIRST under and by virtue of of the NE/ of Section 34, DISTRICT COURT degrees, 35 minutes and FICTITIOUS NAME State Bank 811 S. Walnut St., the ball went over his head.

Writ of Execution to-wlt: Township 6 South Range MIDDLE DISTRICTOF 16 seconds East parallel ,, Starke, FI6rlda 32091. Keystone came back with two runs
PUBLICATION OF THIS Section
Execution Issued out 22 East, Bradford County FLORIDA with sold' Northerly Pursuant to Th. public Is Invited to submit written in the bottom of the first on two
NOTICE (Ij) all claim.agaln.t Florida Statutes,
:
Florida. Sold 865.09,
the and of County Court of parcel JACKSONVILLE DIV. boundary, 100.0 feet to comments on this application to singles and an error. Keystone blew
estate
Alachua County, Florida being mar. particularly notice Is hereby glv.nThal the Federal Board the the
Reserve at with
the Point of Beginning game open a six run fourth
((2)) objection by
any ( onMer.ged pursuant to a Final Judgment described as follows: COURT NO.84S71CIVJ12. the undersigned Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta inning the big blow being third
{ person on Commence at the NEcorns JOANN B. COPELAND
/for
whomthis ASSOCIATES at public outcry to the Department of Supervision and baseman Brian Everts' double into
notice wasserved
of said NE'OF Walnut St.,
that challenges'the FINANCIAL SERVICESCO. highest and best bidder 1232-B SQuth Regulation. P.O. Box 1731, Atlanta, deep center and helped by four BHS
OF FLORIDA INC., NE1/ and run N 88"38'W. OF Starke, Fl 32091 sol.own.r I
STATES of
'' validity of the will .UNITED for cash at the hour Georgia 30301. The comment period errors for an 8-2 KHS advantage'
the qualification of the' and against ARNOLD C. along the Northerly AMERICA 12:00 noon on April 17, doing businessunder on this application; will 'not end KHS demonstratit3gatrong hitting ;

personal representative, BRICE BRICE JR.defendants.and SUSAN In the M. boundary. Thence thereof S 798.00fsa 1M7E. plaintiff, 1983 at the front'door en- JOINN'S the firm COUNTRY nom. of before April 22. 1985. Call Zone R. throug latt 1U lineup, added two
of v. trance of the Bradford Kelley, Assistant Vice-President' more runs in the fifth
venue, or (jurisdiction amount of$1,440.23 plu.Int.r..t 43.33 feet to a concretemonument WILLIAM S. JEFFERSON. County Courthouse at CRAFTS I WOOD on Terry Harvin's -
I th. court. located ((404)) 321-8932 at the Federal two-Ralsingle.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS together withcost on SYLVIA E. JEFFERSONand Stark., Florida. WORKS, 1232-B South Reserve Bonk of Atlanta to find out If Tony Diggs
of the th.rlv"boundafiof 2-for-3r..lit! a double
collection. PAMELA C. JEFFERSON Dated March 6, 1985. Walnut Street.Slarke, FL ,
NOT SO FILED the ROW of State Road i you have additional time for submitting and a home run for BHS and scored .
Jr. Intends toregl.t.r
WILL BE FOREVER BAR Have s.l.d'and haveIn 230, for POB. From POB .Attendants.. United Richard l.MarshalMiddl.Dlstrlef Cox 32091 said fictitious .comments. The Federal Reserve two runs. John David Francis Hal '
RED '* 'my possession the. thus described continueS States .will consider comments. Including requests Wood Todd McLeod and( Robert
Publication of this followlnsrdescrlbed personal 143' E, 765.00 feet NOTICE OF SALE name und.r the for a public meeting or formal Starling all collected tingle.
Notice* ha*., begun odMarch property to-wlt:' Notk.'U hereby given' Ot Florida( aforesaid statute. the application If however had BHS.
more or less, to the Nor Dorothea Bean : hearing on they trouble hitting KHS'! .
tie. 1983.. 1979 FORD PICKUP therly boundary, of the that pursuant to a Final Assistant, United Doted thU 2nd day of are received by the Federal Reserve snaky Junior southpaw Lee
No. F15YNX01007. Judgment entered on A.D.. 1985, In Stanley.
I.D. April i
.Personal Representative. ROW of a graded county States Bank during the comment period.
Attorney .
: James W, Gill "As the property of the road commonly knownas F.bruory 21., 1983 by the Attorney for PlalrrllH r, Bradford County. 3/21 2tchg 4/04 K.,._ 11 no t M 7 ,
defendant above entitled Court In
named 4/23
Jr. P.O. 'Bon 133. above Wilson Road. Thence 31itchg 4/4 .. 1/041tchg Brad'or Itl 0*0 s t tuj ,
the above styled cause,
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YARD SALE MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES


HIGHWAY 16 EAST 2-mlles oil 301. Frl- __ FOR SALE ,:' "-'- ..:;':'.. .-'. {,. ,
day and Saturday. Itchg 4/04 1911 HONDA 650 Custom: Excellent con BRASS BED King size (pure brass). Complete

GARAGE SALE: Fri. and Sat.. April 5& 6. dition. One owner Window and tote with firm orthopedic mattress SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N.Stork. L

9430.: Slroller high-chair port-a-erlb rack. 961.7648.3/2) 4tpd 4/11 set. Never uied. Still In box. Cost .. Come.see Ray Couln, formerlyof : ..
tar teat, TV tingle bed pots & pant, 1980 HONDA GOLDWING 1100 CCt FarIng $1.000; tell for $385. Cash 2692169. Lake Chevy-Olds for the bargalnt. ,. ruJilleJir
20-ln. box fan, sewing machine, w/luggage rack and back rest. Best 4/04 4tchg 4/25 We buy and move used homes
bedspreads, sheets, towels, carpets, offerl! Ph. 489-1861 anytime. 3/28 ONE PUSH LAWN MOWER; one boat and 964-4414 or 9644778. 4/26 tfn V
dungarees and 1977 Ford van. 7 miles 2tchg 4/04 motor 3 hp motor rebuilt. 368 N. DOUBLE WIDE 24x56 for sale 5000. !
south of Stark on Rd. 100 on left. I Itpd 1982 SUZUKI GS-5S0 MZ: Runs great Cherry St. 964-5327 Itpd 4/04 7823366. Itpd 4104 LREALTY.

4/04 $1,000 or make offr. Call 964-4748 CRESCENT BEACH CONDO Attractively $32,500: 3/2 doublewlde mobile homeon

1105 RAIFORD ROADi Boys suits, sx. 16 days, 964-4602 after 5 p.m. 4/04: 2tchg furnished. 2 BR, 2 BA across A-l-A lovely 5-acre wooded lot. Drapes, A "" PHONE 964.7776
8 18; girls dresses, petite sizes. Sat. 4/11 from beach. W/W carpet CH/A pool, carpeting A/C. Fishing hunting. CECELIA
only. Rain or thin. Itpd 4/04 1978 HONDA GOLDWING GL 100 Faring lighted tennis courts public boat ramp. Perfect country living. Immediate oc rUWlutGAIi 205 N. Temple Starke
bars. double bucket
FRIDAY ONLYi Thre. families. Sewing AM/FM-TP For home or Investment Bargain. cupancy. ((904)) 9350139. 4/04 fcan
machine, family clothing. National .seats extra chrome, road lights exc. Under $50.000. Owner 12646845. 19S5 SKYLINE WOODFIELDI: 24x56, 3/2 SPECIAL
Geographic, toys, sheets. North 301, shape, low miles. Best offer. 9647970.
4/04 2tpd 4/11 fireplace, ceiling fan hook-up, washer *
NEW
DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEX
OF PAVED
PLENTY
|lust before Textile Town. 1 Itchg 4/04 4 dryer hook.up. $23,900 furnished. ;
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Furniture, FOR SALE FOR RENT SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. 964-4414.. PARKING RIGHT LOCATION ON 301 S. EASY ACCESS i

tools AFTER MOVING SALE Itchg 4/04 1125 SQ. FT. EACH WITH BATHROOM & i

EVERYTHING MUST GOI 413 Polk NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. 1981 LIBERTY 14x70 3/2 plywood SPACIOUS STORAGE: $425 PER MONTH. MANY s
Street. Itpd 4/04 Measures 2".36".25 c.nts each. Great MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: floors washer/dryer hookup, ceiling
i
MOVING SALE April 6. Furniture, toys, for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. fan hook-up. 12900. SKYLINE HOME AMENITIES. CALL TODAY.

clothes, air hockey table, bumper pool 135 W. Call St. 9646305. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone. CENTER INC.. 964-4414. Itchg 4/04 KINCSLEV LAKE Main house, laundry house, 2-car garage, storage room
table, loll of mite. Crosby Lake, look TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS: S'xS' 468-2912 9/16 tfn 1985 SKYLINE PALM MANOR: 24x48 3/2. 2nd home, boathouse prop. comp fenced ospholt driveway 3-securlty

for signs. Itpd 4/04 utility trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will Plywood floors, shingle roof lights Have to seel!
U9S EAST BROWNLEE At City Limits $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn design and remodel to suit your needs. washer/dryer hookup $21,000. 4-WOODED ACRES IN CITY Geiger Rd. Bargain at $11,5001
New and used Items. Saturday. Itchg trailer $1.125; 10' lawn tingle axle Call 964-6305 ask for John. 3/07 tfn SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. CALL STREET Home for leas or tale. Best area Close to hospital.

4/04 trailer $878; 16' car hauler $1.150; 6 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile 9644414. I Itchg 4/04 -484 ACRES: Beaut. country. $444,0001 Near Columbia Cty. line. Borders
627 N. WALNUT STREET Friday and ft. ramps $100. Olln's Mobil Horn from Starke city limits. Clean. No 14x70, 3 BR, 2 BA MOBILE HOME: Olustee Cr.

Saturday 8-3. tchg 4/04 Center Rd. 100 W. Stark. 9645606. children or pets. Hwy 16 W. Call. Payments under $200 mth. Call collect 301 FRONTAGE 8 Ac. Nice home, barn in city priced right- won't last longl I
FRIDAY SATURDAY April 5 A 6. ladles 1/10 tfn 468.1323 10/7 tfn 904-351-8514 ask for Mr. C. Good' VERY BEST LOCATION: 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House Beautiful! CH&A stove

large size clothing and misc. Items. COPY MACHINES: Canon-for rent or CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On credit shaky credit we can help. refrig., ceiling fans 1'ac.. landscaped grounds 53500.
1316 W. Madison St. Itchg 4/04 Hwy 16 W. Close to prison. Call and
New used repo's, slnglewlde
.
Canon home $799 Canon
copier ; 301 MOTELs 16 rms. furn. & roomy living quarters. 376' Hwy 301. Own. fin.
MOVING SALE APRIL 6 t 7: Lawn 964.7530 468-132310/07 tin collect
or doublewides. Call Mr. Truman
home or office copier $999 Canon office
; FORMERLY MAJIK MARKETAcrost from HS. 301 frontage Priced right)
.seeder bar ladies fur
sub-pump two STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthlyrates. 351851"04 4tchg 4/25
copier $1399. Rent to own for as
coats, one 20 Ib. tank. Conn Palms 2314 N. Temple BROWNLEE ROAD36.43 ACRES: Of prime property. Owner financing.
propane little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP Apartments 3 BR 12x60 MOBILE HOME: With 20x20
-2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In : $6.000 each Plnebreeie off Colley Rd.
city
25" color TV needs work airtight Ave. 7/28 tfn
organ 110 W. Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21 block bldg. on 3.5 acres with extra well
wood burner $21,5001 Single wide with family room added. 2 BR, 1 BA on % Ac.
w/blower 16" chainsaw tin NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 and septic tank and power service.
many misc. Items. 1351 W. Blan- RAILROAD CROSS TIES: Good for landscaping BA apt For more Information call Lake $22,000 neg. 468-2995. 1 tpd 4/04 LOVELY BRICK ft CEDAR HOME ft 37Vi AC 2,250 sq. ft. with FP. 412'1. S barn.

ding Starke. 964-7970. Itpd 4/04 gate posts, fence posts. $1.50 Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor ... .... ...4 -4V, ACRES: $12.000: On Rd. 230A and Wilson Rd.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 9 a.m. til 5 to $4.50 each ((150 available). 9647648. tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg NO MONEY DOWN 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2Ba. Owner must sell
p.m. Rain or shine. Children and 2/21 4tpd411PARAKEETS I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobil Horn. Two ; KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: Two lots for 5500.
adult. clothing shoes, pillow dolls, : Many colors to choose BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un New Beautiful BR14'Wide LEASE COUNTRY CHARM:3/1 on 7 ac.CH&Acompl. furn., garden,

what-nots, Indoor and outdoor plants from. $10 each. Used cage and seed. furnished. Purchase option. $69$89per greenhouse & pecan trees,
' and more. Mile out west 100 signs for 782-3516.4/04 2tpd 4/11 month plus lot. 473.7560.3/28.6/27 2 full baths carpot t/o vault ceiling -4 BR, 1'/. BA: Brick. Rd. 16 E. One half acre with fireplace.
location. 1tpd 404HOMES THREE SPEED THREE WHEEL BICYCLE FURNISHED DUPLEX: 2 BR. 116 N. Myrtle bay window stereo furn. & much 533 W. PRATT ST: Convenient to everything.

With shopping basket. Like new. $200 Streeet. $255 per mo. plus security more No money down to qualified EXCELLENT LOCATION: CB 3 BR. 2'/i BA. CHSA. Choinlink fence.

FOR SALE cash or best offer. Phone 964-7708. 9648944. 3/28 tIn i buyer. Free Paddle-Fan with pur- RAIFORD AREA CB W/CYPRESS VENEER: One acre. 2 BR, 1 BA. Approx. 1500
FURNISHED ROOM EFFICIENCY chase. $216.67 per mo. Call Mr. Ford .
1tpd 404WATERBED sq. ft. Handsome Interior only 4 yrt. old.
AND FRAME: Electric heater 7823458. 3/28 2tchg 4/04 473-7237 GRAHAM: 4 BR, 2 BA. On two acres. Call for details
608 S. WATER STREET By owner 2 BR CB Call 9647184. 4/04 2 BR MOBILE HOME 3 miles out of townon
Itpd from Flume Rd. Club.
COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES to Country
home 1-463-1323. 11/08 tfn paved road. On one acre lot. $200
DOCK HOUSE Modern kitchen over the NEW checks.PIANO Call: $49.99 9646946.per month 4/04 tIn no credit deposit Asking $200 mth rent. Call MISCELLANEOUSFREE BRICK HOME RD. 230: 3 BR, 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fed. bkyd. 52000.

water where shrimp crabs and fish SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE ((305)) 924-2709 after 7:30 ask for Earl. NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer luxurious home across from
Flashing arrow
Stark Gulf & Country Club. Fit for a King!
Beautiful
view. 3/28
are plentiful season. 2tpd 4/04
sign. New otherwise. $249 complete.Save PUPPIES: 9644485. 3/28 2tpd 4/04 THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "Pinesong". 37 bldg.
Secluded. One acre plus at Harriers Four ,left. 2 BR, 1 BA MOBILE HOME with roof over
$220. Factory warranty SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE New flashing
Bluff l'/i hours NE Starke. 9647835. 1 423.0163 top. $150 month, first last & security Free letters lots w/paved roads. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms.
Exceptional bargain -((800))- $249 complete.
3/07 tfn anytime. Hale Signs, (Not a reposes.sion. deposit. In country Call 468-1175 after arrow! signs.Four left. Call Immediately SECLUDED CHARMING Unique hideaway 6 yrt. old. 5 BR, 3'BA.. CHSA.
3 BR, lATH HOME: Saratoga Hts., corner .) 4fcan 7. Itchg 4/04 1-800-423-0163. anytime. (Not a Sep. office. In city. On 7 Ac. Just Reduced to 79900.
lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. AIR CONDITIONER. TWO SWIVEL BOAT LARGE 1 BR HOUSE TRAILER: Completely repossession). 1 Itpd 4/04 HAMPTON LAKE: Redwood & brick 3 BR. 2 BA. Fireplace, scrn'd porch.
Phone 9648652. 3/21 tfn SEATS. 1963 Ford Galaxy 500. Call after furnished near Graham. $60 per week FREE FILL DIRT For digging fish pond. Ph. ROOM TO ROAM:2565 tq. ft. home on 3'/, Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
BEAUTIFUL: 2 bath custom built 1980 6:30: 7823008. Itpd 4/04 485-1371. Itchg 4/04 964-8983 after 2 p.m. weekdays. Itpd ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229.
horn on one acre lot In Starke's exclusive ONE ACRE W/3 BR, 1'/. BA TRAILER ONE BEDROOM TRAILER: South of Steel 4/04 $99.000 with assum. mtg.
Deerwood subdivision Plentyof 14000. Terms, Also 100 ft. water Mill on C-100 A. 9645760. Itpd 4/04 BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS:-Own fin Additional acreage available.

extras, good financing and a fine front with dock. Crosby Lake. Terms ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY FURNISHED, BUILDING LOTS Bessent Rd. ((4)) 5 Oaks ((1)) Connerly Estates ((2)) Hampton
bargain at 63900. Owner must sell 9644236. 4/04 COTTAGE $200 month utilities fur COMMERCIAL PROPERTYFOR Lake lake .
Call tpd Oaks ((2)) Crosby ((1)) Sampson ((1)) .
,
showIndxolt nished.; $100 dep. One mile south "
immediately an exclusive Fred "'ollertMnnnr-nr 4oMnii'" (FrostVVee'rexcellent Condition. of City Limits on South JOO. 964.723f".
gold 222' FRONTAGE 301: I ml.S. of Slarke next to Mosley Tire Co. Exc. terms.
Merrill Realtors In Gainesville, at 9647453. tpd 4/04 Itchg 4/04 OWNER FINANCING: 15 Ac. In Lawtey of SR 225. Only 29500.
2 BR MOBILE HOME A/C. convenient to FOR SALE OR TRADE IN STARKE Two-
372-1494 or after hours at 3787856.
3V TON HEAT PUMP (GE): Call 964-5129
-10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDE: Near Hampton. Only 35000.
3/21 4tpd 4/11 shopping center. 964-8810. itchy 4/04 story building on corner of Call &
after 6 p.m. Price negotiable. 4tfn Sts., block from TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE 16 Ac. Clear w/approx. 700' on Hwy 301S. Inc. 2
BY OWNER HAMPTON LAKE AREA Thompson one City
ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. wells, 3 tanks 2 MH Butler Bldg. Stacked pond & creek.
deep septic
Hall. Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. 2/21
Brick 3 BR 1 /> BA. Fireplace carport Call 964.6946.4/04
No down LOSTFOUNDLOST
screened porch, %-mlle west of; tfn payment. tIn -13 ACRES Only 35000. 10 Ac. imp. pasture 5 Ac. incl.) lake w/fish.

Highway 301 95000. 468.1576 after1) PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM: COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT: 750 INVEST NOW: Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy 301 lust South of City Limits.

6:00.3128 4tchg 4/18 C.E. Hicks. 1-879-4024, Milliard. Fla. BLOND LONG HAIRED COCKER sq. ft. building In Lawtey on Hwy 301. 13 lots available
MUST BE MOVED 2 BR, kitchen LR, OR 4/04 4tchg 4/25 SPANIEL: Answers to the name of 7823702. 1 Itchg 4/04 * *

and Laundry room. 15000. Call HANGING AND TABLE PLANTS: With "J.D." Missing In vicinity of Wilson EVENINGS
782-3462 alter 6 p.m.. ask for Geneva. good pots and hangers. Friday Saturday Road. Any Information call 964-5419. LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 964-7408
3/28 3tchg 4/11 and Sunday 96. 1029 SouthgateDrive 3/28 2tchg 4/04 JOHN GREENE 533-2121 IRVING CLARK JR. 964-7188

HAMPTON LAKES Beautiful brick home, off Coley Road. 9646219. Itpd Janet M. TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 MAXINE BOOTH 485.87
3 BR 3 BA fireplace, dock boathouse, 4/04 BOATS NOVIS WARD 964-7454 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 DAVID DODGE 964-5370

shaded lot 964-4465 Slarke. 42tpd FEEDER PIGS FOR SALE L.F. Griffis StarlingRealtor

4/11 phone 9645963. Itpd 4/04
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM fit MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. BOAT, MOTOR AND TRAILER: 2000.

(U-Repalr) Also delinquent tax proper $14.99 per month. Coll 9646946. 4/04 7823366. Itpd 4/04
ly. Call 805-687-6000 ext. GH-5504 for tfn 14 FT. JON BOAT Heavy duty trailer 2
VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. Ac. Hwy Jasmin
Information. 4/04 4tchg 4/25 Starke 7'/i hp motor with electric trolling
COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to 125. $"9.000.

Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212. motor. Very good condition Rd. 1$500.mile -5 ACRES: $11.000; 10 ACRES TVRO I Inc.
CARS & TRUCKS 11/24 tfnAPARTMENTS 105th Avenue Old Eunice ';: Systems ,
22000.
FOR SALE 2 story building west of 301 N. side of road. Itpd 4/04
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12 FT. BOAT 5 hp motor. 9648424. Itpd ..87 ACRES: Well septic tank 17x35
2 with fireplaces
on
'19 LINCOLN 4-door Signature series, containing opts 4/04 Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced. Complete Satellite SystemsCall
Washington St. Next to Stark Elem.
value 16000.
Loan ,
like new 16800. $24,000.
. School. 9645876. 4/04 2tpd 4/11 for free home demonstration
4732214. 11/01 tfn -4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500.
:
1912 JEEP CHEROKEE Larado package.Excellent PINTO STUD: 20 mo. old greenbroke, Subscribe'COMPLETE I
learn $350. Ask for -5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500.
condition $9600 call quick to gentle. Over 100 Channels !
tin Beth. 964-8713. 3/21 3tpd 4/4 -20 Ac.: Cov'd In pines
4732214. 12/13
WALK BEHIND TRACTOR $300. .50 Ac.: 50000.
IMS CHEVY PICKUP $9,000 or assume MOBILE HOME SERVICE 473-3090 659-2524
paymentt. 964-8171 after 3 p.m. 3/28 7823366. 1 tpd 4/04 Skirting (PlumbingDec.lng .3 BR. 1 BA: Country 25500.
KLT-200 THREE WHEELER 1000. LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE
2tchg 4/04 *ElectricalFlooring
7823366. Itpd 4/04 SERVICE STATION $40,000
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1'69 GMC /4-TON Heavy duty excellent 'Remodeling
TWO COMPLETE DINING ROOM OUT. .yes.
condition. Call anytime -Additions 'Concrete Slabs ((904)) 782.3931 Subscribe
FITS Very reasonable. Call 9648945.
964-4329. Itpd 4/04 4/04 Custom Built Sheds-Pump Houses P.O. Drawer I Plumbing SuppliesFrom
Itchg
1965 FORD TRUCK Six cylinder runs Fr*. Estimates-Call 473.7122 Today
good. $500. Also 1964 Ford truck. COW TRAILER. REALISTIC CB BASE 301 Lawtey
RADIO WITH JB. 150 watt kicker 200 to .
Hampton Fl, next to Handy Way store -
Itpd 4/04 1000 watt line. Also parts from a 73 Subscribe 1392-5 Ac. with well septic, elec.
Ford %ton truck. 964-8647 evenings.NO and abandoned trailer holly A pine,
... MONEYDOW .. .... ... Today f $17,000. STARKE FLA. Durrance

WANTEDAXLES f 385-3 r" BR. 2 BA brick, 15 acres, [ FOR SALE OR RENT ,
New 3 BR, 14 Wide equipped with horse barn, pole PumpS .......
Steve pool .
ft
Wood tiding, carpet t/o furn., Broadway Four 1200 sq. bldgs. $200" per
ft TIRES Two axles and four tires. vaulted ceiling. No down barn & more. 139000. month. I Ideal for contractors, auto I Co. _.
Highest price paid. Green's Welding qualified buyer Payments money $199.10 to J TREE SERVICE #385X--SPECIALS: 3 BR, I BA, brick repairs, light mfg. storage, lumberyard Supply
Shop 301 South Starke FL. 9645007. chain link fenced half acre, cash
per mo. Call Mr. Ford Ki'innval. machine shop. U.S. 301 N.-..... N. Temple
A
1-1/03 tfnchg I I price! _! !000. 70611
.A73.7237 Trimming I 38 N..T.mpl.. Fl 32091 Ave.Starke. FOR INFO CALL: Stork, Florida 61-

Stump Removal]I MCDOUGALL
STROUTREALTY I
.
Firewood\ f CO. INC.
I AUCTION ,
We Drill Wells
$75,000 CASH Free KstimaUJ : 1.904.786.8989
"CO.'O.ATlO 2" to 6" State Licensed
I "
National candy'and snack company looking for an 473.4732 OKI* t

964-8931 473-3096 ....
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area distributor and local dealers. Exclusive area.] After 5 P.M. .

Distributorship investment $45,000; dealership Invest- Keystone Heights Carpet (Any Scotchgard
I
ment $12,300. All money covered by Inventory, train- Licensed & Insured Room $1495 isAvailable

Ing and supplies. Call for full information. PINE 'FORESTAPARTMENTS CleaningDeep I & Hall)

VACUUMSALE '
18004260055Sack ( Soil Extraction is Also Available)


Whole House Special (uv., Din.. Hall 3 Or.). 5995

NEW & USED 5995

We Kinunco Our Own Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) ,

CUourttiau!! & A00aciates. 3nc. KIKHYSItOYALS 1.2 ft 3 Bedroom Apts. Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & Chair, )) 44 g 5

Lw
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low
Quality
Kl'KKKASHOUVEKS' From 150ito '297M Warlc "Not Delighted,' Don't Pay Prices

Realtor/Builder 473.7060
KLECTKOU'X Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas


Co.Large.A few variety Duplex of Lots& Triplex& Acreage lots. No In the septic hill tank region mounds of Bradford paved K1LTKK SEARS: IH'KKNK:; 12 & 3 Bedrooms Available Mow]I Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

roads Our community water systems Owner financingfrom COMMERCIAL! (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial)

$395000 Central to Gainesville Jacksonville Palatka and Wo repair ill I makes PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe


Starke. AI Young'sSince i specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleaning

@ We offer bids on commercial contracts.
INDIAN LAKE WOODS 1957 1530 W. Madison and inside auto detailing.

eBeautlful. High wooded tingle family homesltes on paved. Phone 984-6312 SenorCdzenDiscount, No Mleag't, Ch'J'1" F"ldrv,

' road with community water. One acre and more from 964.6918 ioou leosiMOfMTtmiTf Call 964-4997 Call
'3 Miles north of Offlf. Hours: 9.5
14.950.00. Excellent terms. __._Stark an US 301 If t9.'Answer Call ((904)733-1308.-) Satisfaction Guaranteed'V










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Keystone Heights Ads PERSONAL SERVICES YARD L : LAND FOR SALE- FOR SALE


I CARPENTER WORK) GARAGE SALI at Mini Storage on LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500. SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC

kitchen cabinet and Remodeling trim work SR-100, Keystone. 9a.rn.-2 p.m. Friday)" Owner will finance. $164 per month. pipes and fittings Water softeners
i i FOR RENT FOR RENT Reasonable prices Call carpentry! and Saturday. Itchg 4/4 473.4367. tfnchg. 12/6 Bryan Ace Hardware Keystone Hglt.,

I 5:30 ISfnchg 473-4018, r after .YARD SALE Sat., April 6, 9 am.-5 p.m. '/. ACRE Corner fenced; lot septic| tank 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
p.m. :
.i; Nl htlnaal. to too of hill. Mod MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 seriesorgan
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS West on and light pole Holfmoon Lake, 4000.
\ 10 ACRI FARM Large mobile home, CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In.IIallation. with doubt keyboard base
REALTY barn chickens, fenced In. $350 mon .. Free estimates Ten years Call 17831132. 4tchg 3/14-4/4 and section, $795. Call
Rental Property Available thly. Call 473-7190or 17685262. Itchg experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for CARS, TRUCKS LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto pedals rhythm 473.4648w..k.nd.
or
I II, 2 BA Lake Santa F. Unfurnished. 4/4 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg & BOATSNEED move on. Power well septic and 473.2210 weekdays tfn
for appointment to see
No pets. $400 per month. MOBILE HOME Three rooms, furnished.cosy. HANDYMAN! All kinds of home repairs fence $7,000. 392.0985 or 3727294. NURSERY SR-26, 2V4 miles
t BR.2 BA Gator bone lake. Completely Ask for Linda 4tchg 4/4-4/25 SWAN CREST
mobllehome
near Keystone Heights, repairs, and fix-up needs. east of Melrose. Hedge plants, 3 for$1.
furnished. $400 p.r month and $400 reasonable Phone 473-7044 Itpd 4/4 No lob too small. Minor plumbing TRANSMISSION WORK? Rebuilt
S3 limit.12/20 tlnchg
security deposit. 2 BR FURNISHED Mobile home No pets. repairs. Cleaning service Light haul- transmission for $150 with warranty. PERSONAL SERVICESCARMICHAEL'S MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point countertop -
OFFICI SPACE At Keystone Canter and Most cars also do standards and
Melrose area. $170 per month Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or .v.nlng. model. hood with
$200 per month and $200 tecurlty deposit. 1-684-6634. Itchg 4/4 5/17 tfncha. foreign. Call 272.7607.4tchg 3/28-4/18 Quality rang "3..6..8
deposit. SKI BOAT 16 foot bowrider, 115 h.p. fan and light.
paM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing PAINTING Interior and tin

1R, FURNISHED efficiency cottages WANTED raking, light hauling tilling. Coll Evlnrude. Gator trailer $2,500 cash or exterior References Phone 473-7517, SOFA.v.nlng.73.2210 BED $200, Office days desk $65;
,By week or month.KEYSTONE 473-7607 or 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg trade. 4734984. Itchg 4/4 3/14 tfn
Maple dresser 2 chest of drawers, $75
HEIGHTS REALTY FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Hours and
WANTED Used swing set frame. each Old fashion telephone booth
Licensed Real Estate Broker 473-4941 ;
I Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac MOBILE HOMES12x65 days flexible. Call 473-4346. 3/282tchg Call
6/21 4732005. Itchg 4/4 $600; Coca cola machine, $275;
tfnchg
4732521. tfnchg 1/24 4/04
"5-"497, evenings 2tchg 3/28-4/4
d
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt APOLLO MOBILE HOME 2BR. ref,
Window
HELP WANTED HOTPOINT 14,000 BTU'S. air
"GENEVA LAKE ESTATES Unfurnished.' mildew, peeling paint from homes, freezer, dishwasher rang., double conditioner Like 473-2658 after
big bedrooms, fireplace, Keystone driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick bowl bath sink 40 gallon water heater NOTICE new.
t. schools. $..00 p.r month 475.2647 BARTENDER ft COCKTAIL waitress 473-2452. 4tchg 3/14-4/4 $5,000 you move. 475-1641 Itchg 4/4 330p.m. Itpd "/"
Broker 3/21 tfnchg needed. McRae and Keystone Heightsarea GENERAL HANDYMAN FIX-IT SERVICE "83 DW MOBILE HOME 24x56 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted BEAT STORE PRICES 5 prom dresses1new
MELROSE Unfurnished 2BR with 473-4534 Mrs. Hall Smith Lake Yard work garden roto-tllllng chainsaw 3B1/2BA: CHSA furnished shingledroof to the Lake Region Monitor office wedding dress. All size 8, prices

''sunroom. Access to Lake Swan. $300 Bar ft Pockoge. Itchg 4/4 work, tree trimming carpentry large front deck w/lakevlew ap- In writing and paid In advance varySheafler4752194.. Itpd 4/4
per month. 473-2647 Broker. FRONT DESK FOR DENTAL OFFICE roof repairs, painting any kind of odd prox. 1 acre, excellent condition unless credit Is already established BRASS BED King size (pure brass) with
3/2ltfnchg Reception accounts receivable, collections lob. Call 473-3321. 4tpd 3214,1MISCELLANEOUS $38,000 with assumable mortgage S. with this office firm orthopedic mattress set. Never used
HOUSE FOR RENT Lak. Geneva completely insurance filing appointment Melton 473-7741. 4/4 tfnchg MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD still In box. Cost over $1,000 sell
furnished. Available April 1. book Experience necessary. Excellent RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES, IN for $385 cash 269.2169 4tchg 4/4-4/23

473-2455. 3/28 tfnchg salary and fringe benefits. Send HOUSES CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD'!IS TAKEN OVER SEARS BUNK BEDS 0 and mattress. Excellent .
FOR SALE
"7f MOBILE HOME Nice, 2BR. IBA on resume to Front Desk Box 1177 THE TELEPHONE. condition $150; with matching
.'/ acre. Close to town. $265 monthly. Keystone Heights, FL 32656. Itchg 4/4 PAC RAT- Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon spread & sheets about 6 mas. old
473.2730.Jfnchg 3/28 HELP WANTED Lawn and maintenance appliances, household Items, PRICED TO SELL Desirable 3BR. 28A prior to Thursday publication $225. 473-7663. Itpd 4/4

work, $4 per hour. 473.7450. Itchg "/' collectobles, glassware, old jewerly frame home 1,680 sq. ft.split BR plan Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 SOFA Good condition $50; 12 It.
tools, etc. "73.2183Ifnchg 7/26 fireplace, screen porch. Financing considered then 10 cents for each word thereafter. fiberglass bass boat $250, 52 Inch
I Starke Ads $49.500. 4733929. 3/21 tfnchg upright piano $600. 473-3609 after 5
-
prnn. or weekends. Itchg 4/4
SOLID MAHOGANY Imported hand-

NOTICE HELP WANTED LAND FOR SALE BUSINESS BUSINESS carved new bar. 473-7078 a 473-3900.
Itchg 4/4
OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIESOWN
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
YARDMAN 35 hours a week for Pine OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
to the Bradford County High and
YOUR OWN FOR ALL YOURALTERATION
Forest Apartments. 9646312. MOBILE HOME PARK FOR SALE Jean-Sportswear
Itchg $54.000
T.I.graph office In writing and paid In dry wooded lots suitable for mobile Ladies
404NAIL down. Apparel Children, Large Size,
home, cabin Income. Great tax breaks. NEEDS
,advance unless credit Is already or camping. $4950 ea.
TECHNICIAN Experienced Serious Investors 3734792. Cash Combination, Western Store' Ac.cenorl. .
only.
w/$150 dn, $63.14
Exc.
established with this office mo. hunting
manicurist pedicurist. flow records down ... Jordache Chic Lee L.vl.) CALL JOYCE
THE TELEGRAPH I STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Halrplanes, and fishing Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or payment In I /i
Easy Street
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 9644645. 1 Itchg 4/04 629.9649. 3/21 12tchq 6/6 years. 3/28 Stpd 4/25 Irod Esprit Tomboy 473-7122
HAIRSTYLIST: Experienced. Following OWN A BEAUTIFUL CHILDRENS SHOP Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Jeans hemmed rips B tears, clothes-
Picone, Liz Claiborne
THE TELEPHONE. preferred Hairplanes, 964-4643. Must PERSONAL SERVICES Offering the latest In fashions Members Only making references.
Classified: deadline Is TUESDAY. have Fla. license Itchg 4/04 HealthTex, Izod Levi Lee, Chic Jor Organically Grown Healthtex, over
ELECTRONICS dache 1,000 others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory
CONSTRUCTION Buster Brown and many more. -
NOON prior to Thursday publication.
Minimum charge 13 words for$2.75 MEDICAL SCHOOLING SBONUS: On the SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All Furniture, accessories and toys by training fixtures grand opening HELP WANTED
Job Training. All at the governments makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted Gerber and Nod-A-Way. $14,900 to etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin
then 10 cents for each word thereafter.CALL $2,500
( Monthly-Part time
........ expense. Ages 17 thru 26. Non-prior $15. Used sewing machines for sale. $17,900 Includes beginning inventory (612)) 8894228. Itpd04' This will
TODAY. FOR INFORMATION ON military only. Call 1.800.521.1316; collect James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. training, fixtures, grand opening promotions ATTENTION HERBALLIFE the happen to some people In

FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). 904-772-3351 Jacksonville. 4/04 and Hwy. 16 Starke. 96-4.8733.1103 tfn and round trip airfare for two. distributors DISTRIBUTORS: Find out why other those Stark? area. Will you be one of

For$125 ((25-words), your ad will Into 4tchg 4/25 CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free Prestige Fashions ((501)) 3298327. Itpd ore switching to a new fan.lasllc Satisfied
go
ground floor Call
TRAIL MOTEL AND opportunity. or lazy don't coll.
RESTAURANT: estimates Handy-Man Fence Co.
56 Florida dailies/ and
weeklies) for a newspapers circulation of( 1,000,000 Lawtey. Applications are being taken Owner Tommy Reddish. 9".8559.3/29 HELP WANTEDTHE collect. l-(813)-936-6090( ) oe 1-(813)( ) Ph.(904)964.6962CALL ( )
275 6256. 4/04 Icon
for
waitresses, cashiers, cooks
readers. Make that money work for tfn
you..Sell the FCAN way. Call dishwashers housekeepers, manager MACHINE; QUILTING: Crib to King size. CITY OF STARKE Is now accepting TODAY FOR INFORMATION
964-6303 ask for Sylvia. Today. trainees. Employee benefits. Apply inperson Also have quilts for sale. Assorted applications for the Fire Department ON Chimney Fires

DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I only (NO PHONE CALLS). ltpdAGENTS sizes and de lgn.. Betty Hildebrand for position of Fire Chief. Must be high FCAN,: (Florida Are the
4/04 9648122. school and Among Top 10
6/21 tfnchg graduate graduate of Classified Ad Net
HELP WANTED HAVE YOUR OWN AGENCIES: WANT TO DRINK? special fire fighting courses offered by work). For $123 Hom.-Fire Hazards
Proven products marketing techniques THAT'S Florida State Fire A
YOURIUSINESS College Must have ((25-words), your ad Dirty Chimneywill
fantastic pay. Licenses needed. WANT TO STOPS three years In leadership position. Ap go Into 56 Florida Also Causes
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part We help build train and market. Must THAT'S OURS ply at City Hall M.rrell Dees office newspapers (dailies Heat Loss
time work. Send resume to P.O. be honest and
ethical. Call 4.' Alcoholics Anonymous and weeklies) for aSmok..Fllled RoomsProtect
Drawer 280 Starke. FL 32091. 1/03 tfn weekdays, 378-7063. tchg 4/04 9.41 50964.6854964.5434pd circulation of
CRUISE SHIP JOSS I
Great Income potential. All occupations.For FOR SALE thru BII6 WILL CLEAN 1,000,000 readers your home
LAND
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows Make that And
Information call ((312)) 742.8620..t. etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY HOUSES, OFFICES, M/H for moneywork Family
you.,5ell
; 362. 3/14 4tpd 4/4 964.6078. Orders also taken In lake I Have references and experience| the FCAN Call With A
EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON: Apply in ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. way. Safe Chimney
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights I Starke and surrounding areas 964.6305
at Olin. Mobile 3000. $300 down $75 mo. Call
person Home. Hwy per
473.4973. 2/26 tin "".7270 or 964-6372 eves
100. Starke. 3/14 tfn 9645606. 10/4 tfn Call: 964.8278
RETIRED COUPLE TO MANAGE SMALL LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down, PERSONAL TOUCH: Need your home or Classified Ads
office cleaned? I will do it for you while rwr_ Blankenshlp Chimney Sweep
".unlt mobile home park. Referencesand balance In five years financing byowner.
bondable. 3734792. Must live in ., 9646853. 12/13 tfn. you do more important things. FLORILANDREALTY Get Results
Keystone Hts., Melrose, Starke
park. 3/28 5tpd 4/23 ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. area.
473.3867. Let 3/21 .
FEDERAL STATE .B CIVIL JOBS now $3,500., $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call ring TFchg -
HOUSECLEANING DONE: Fast efficient INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH?
available. Call 1.619.569.8304 for Info. 9645606. 1/03 tfn

'/28 2tpct../04 ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY service.3/21 3tpd Call 4/4 for estimate 964-7874.I. 9647700'a The Florjda.T mes- niqn )Is ac !,appicatiopvfor| yoypg salRsb | +

,: UNITE. ,'AREAS kAGENCIES-MO$300" plus per weak.INTO.: 'Call ROAD 964-5o06., $2600, 1/03$250 tfn dn., $100 per' ma. TAROT,CARDS READ by op>t. 964->8r4. 393 N. Temple Ave. Y; P\! "' '' J k'bl t ''!S'1UJNhp} 'dH4t6ynew; Iv.'orn"'I''lIst: b4ai41gre w8Ta

f Meet Wednesday, April/ 10 7 p.m.Starke 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C-227)) "NEED 3/21 3tpd TRANSMISSION 4/4 WORK": Rebuilt Vernie P. Odom of-age. or older. Excellent commissions paid. Transportation pro

'Motor Court. No Calls Itchg 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call for Brok.r-GRI vided. E.O.E.
transmission $150
w/warranty Joy Thornton Associate I
404GOVERNMENT 9645606. 1/03 tfn
(most cars). Also do standards and Call 964-5165 for details
JOBS 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD: $1,993 .
foreign. Call 2727607. 3/28 4tchg 4/18
$13,000-$50.000/yr. possible. All oc.cupatlon. per ac. $1.000 dn., $250 per mo. Call FOR RENT
CARPENTRY WORK kitchens
: Remodeling
.. How to Find. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Approx. 1,000 Sq. Ft. Bldg.
bathrooms,
803.687-6000. ext. R5504.04 LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764 after plumbing repairs .Office $150
4tchg ; Space. per mo. Utll. provided
4/25 3, call 964-5231.; 3/07 tfn 2tchg porches 4/04 and additions. 964-6232 3/28 ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

-3 BR, 1 BA corner lot In city.
.
LAWN MOWING
/Small lawns
: Lg RealtorFormerly
Subscribe Today I I Ballfields, playgrounds. Phone .3 BR, 1 BA In desired area/assum.

BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH 485-1861 anytime. 3/28 2.chg0... mtg. FAULKNER REALTY

: BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and MOTIVATED TO SELL pc' 221 W. Lafayette St.-Across from Wishbone

964-6305 HELP WANTEDShort toddlers up to 5 years of age receive Large Building. Owner Mon.-Fr1.0:30 am.530 p.m.

excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call Old homestead home. 38.2 ac of Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Order Cook 4737864. 4/04 tfn land road frontage on two sides., Extra ,
:-tir. & Counter Girl PIANO LESSONS: In Your Home With Ig. barn. "b 964-5065

experienced teacher All ages begin. LOOKING FOR LAND '
Experienced Only. Year round ners welcome. 37513"3.04 4tchg 181 Ac. Bradford Co.: 198 Ac. Union; ilsdfir\ I "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive
,
Gifts'to use 4/25 114 Ac. Union Co.. NATIONAL
REFERRAL
Camp Blanding Service Club. SYSTEM


all year! 533-2050 .
INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH *'83 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 BA. Fenced yard. CH/A. Cellng lone.e .

5 ACRES On Hwy 100 West.
TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDEDSell
fHRHHaaRatHH/( / I 18 ACRES Off Hwy 16 East. Good Investment property.
subscriptions for the Florida Times Union from the comfort of
your own home 10 ACRES Outside of Lawtey. Has large pond.
excellent Set your own commission hours. Be your own boss.-No quotas, Not a salary position but on LARGE OAKS SHADE this 3 BR/2 BA home with CH/A on 1 Acre.
structure.
I BROOKER Quiet y.t convenient to Gainesville 8 Starke. large brick home
Roberts Real Estate Phone 964.5165 for details, E.O.E. with plenty of space and lovely fireplace on one acre only 17900.

\ 18.9 ACRES & FARM HOUSE could be yours )jsut north or Starke. Owner says
J 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL 4)h sell right away.

964-6262 Looking For SPRING S HILLCREST LAKE GO TOGETHER Cedar home. Builder/Owner.

We Have It It1'E! Excellent condition; like new.
-COMMERCIAL : US STARTER HOME In Starke. Yours for only $29,900 with nice pool for the
Auto salvage yard with 10 kids toolSANTA

THE C34CatAG>fs'' acres and a CB residence. Located on US FE RIVER LOT near.Worthington Springs St. Rd. 18. Only 11500.

301. Owners will leave all inventory a 964-4645 HOIor. Products REDUCED TO ONLY $169,000 large Santa' Fe Lake home with three rental

OFFICESHOPnow.CollSf. wrecker, and some equipment for the units. Owner says SELLI SELLI) SELLI!

buyer. Call for details. *ON MARKET ROAD 3 BR. 2 BA home with Cen. H/A and stucco building.
964-5764 *APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES With 3 BR, 2 BA country home. Priced right.

..C t9 3 Hallnw*Cants,"",,a FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of ORANGE STREET 3 BR, I BA Handyman special.

_J pecan trees, Improved pastures, fenced & *MADISON STREET Lg versatile lot next to Gator Freight.

cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. HWY 100 E C/B 3 BR, 1 BA Approx. 1 acre. Owner financing.

Shop & Excellent 4 REDUCED Investment property 4 rentals.
Compare! working farm.Sprtal ."
01r REDUCED' Lovely brick veneer. On 4 acres.
Inturaiuv fWATERFRONT 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home HAVE FUN RESTORING THIS LOVELY OLD HOME on Walnut Street

Mohilv Home Park). on''' Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock. [ HWY 230 Nice building lot over on acre

"All !>'!*'* ,d tmmiHouse Is in very good condition. Good access REAUOK1JANESUSHER r *COUNTRY LIVING On 3 acres plus' with. nice home

OV.IHTH policies! frmobilt to the lake. Priced to sell. HAMPTON AREA Large Acreage.
html. [ *CROSBY LAKE LOTS On south side, restricted homesltes.
WILSON
ROAD 3 bedroom 2 bath. CB Your Union County Realtor OUT PAST HOSPITAL 2 nice homes
Call for very one C/B. the other brick
Quote house on 1 acre. Central heat & air, carpet, 496-2126 or 496-2903 LAFAYETTE STREET One acre with 3 BR. 2 BA. C/B c.n.H/A. assumable veneer

OHn's' Mobile. chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. 30 W. Male St., lake Sutler I mortgage. I 1 ." "<

CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE RISING ROAD 35 acres $57.000.00.

Homo: Sales NEEDS, INCLUDING APPRAISALS NEW LISTING UNIQUE HOME IN LAKE BUTLER Priced below appraised value. Call to see

Elaine M.,;Olin I this has pool fallout shelter and many extras,
Agent George W, Roberts Jr. Broker
Secluded *$1375 PER ACRE 50 acres parcel '
21
4 bedroom lovely brick home off SR 231 near RAAC.
964-5506 Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman LAKE LOTS Only 15% down. Owner
financing. Broker/Owner.
I II I minutes to town. Has cable, tool Extra large den with stone I
A GREENHOUSEI I
II Beautifully landscaped corner lot Nice brick ham.
I I fireplace. Beautiful pool and cabana sets this lovely home I over 1700 sq. ft. Must seal with

fl ][ Ji xzmiziirzix1 I apart from neighborhood. Has many extras. First mortgage is I *LAWTEY Off 225, 17 acres of lush pasture.

at 8%' % and can be assumed 'with proper down payment. | *40 ACRES with nice home ft pecan trees.
\
Check Into this.... *MADISON STREET 3 BR. 3 BA with circle drive.
YOU ARE INVITED *COMM. 301 N 600 ft. R/F ft 43* ft: R/F.

"Don't Pass By" COMM. 301 S 1 Ac. with 22 mini storages.

j ., To An '*GRAHAM" ".5 Ac. with lovely 3 BR. 2 IA home.

Open House At Executive home at central location in Lake Butler with ap. DON'T MISS THIS :3 BR, 1 BA home close to school.

,' 1310 E. Call Street proximately 3 acres.that front 2 paved streets give this pro 100 SOUTH -Two-.tory C/B house remodeled CH ft A. With small down pay.

it perty ability to be a showplace' Could be a good candidate for I ment ft Owner fin. bal. '
BEAUTIFUL LOT IN HAMPTON" OAKS.
** ."' : Starke income or commercial site. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT ;< Will divide to suit.

'; : : NEW LISTING Susan Faulkner R.ddlsh REALTOR
Sales .
Saturday April 6 Manager Evenings 944-4041
1 Country home setting makes this 3 BR a very attractive buy. I REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

c' 10 am. to 3 p.m. Price is right, tool Approximately 4'/i miles from Raiford-I I. Faulkner '''.51..2 Ell..John. 531-2114

Ideal for prison Rex Slemer 473-2120 Susanne Kitchens*''.7630
i Everyone Is invited., Refreshments will be serv- employee. Bob Matthews 944-7211 Lou Young '''.7525

I Carol Warner 944-4992
ed. NEW LISTING.
COMMERCIALRESIDENTIALRentals
i ERA TIFFIN & OWENS, INC:. REALTORS .-block from Main Street, Lake Butler. Walk to shop Owner AvailableCarol

: '. 964-5065 anxious will help In financing: Must see. Warner- REALTOR ASSOC.
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Will, ] the' City. of Starke Have to Pay Overtime to Firemen, Policemen? 1\: ,(:T" J', .



Will the City of Starke have to pay Standards Act from paying 1-time time issue, nor on Schaefer's suggestion Commissioner Schaefer said the seconded,and the motion passed 40. doesn't, I do," Chairman Silcox told
firemen overtime for sleeping on the for over 40 hours Brown said. that an eighth man be hired. Police Department faced the same Mayor Bobby Biggs was absent. the attorney Brown. .
Job? Vice-mayor Vernon Silcox, said problem but a new schedule cutting "The law is the law" Brown Mid.

the city is out of compliance now,but hours to not more than 168 per month
It still should take time to study the Schedule... was able to be worked out becuas Schaefer then moved than an
may come to that Proposed
were advised city fathers problem, rather than making a has- there are more policemen than eighth fireman be hired. "Wait," 40-Hour Week...
by Commissioner Tuesday night,April 2, ty decision. So, the council decidedto Assistant Fire Chief Dwayne firemen. Crosby said, 'We ain't bought this Basically, the neW plans means a
Charles
work
Schaefer Hardee has made a
up yet. referred
delay a decision on fireman work Crosby to the new
( hour
40
and work
week Commissioner
Attorney Terry Brown. A recent hours until the April 16 meeting.The schedule for firemen to be on duty 24 plans for working fewer hours per suggested -
Supreme Court ruling removed an government should not expect deci- hours and off 72, which would make month. Chairman Silcox suggestedthe Crosby.It
works out to 42 hours week
exemption from ,
the per
municipalities didn't under have which sions in so few days,Silcox said.The the firemen work 168 hours per the One Thing at a Time.. council would probably more said Assistant Chief Hardee. '
will meet
to that
month. Hopefully,
pay
time and a half for over 40 hours of worst thing that could happen could of the ruling expected In his report on the fire Commis- comfortable discussing the work Working fewer hours means the
Silcox pointed out, is the city requirement sioner schedule before hiring an additional for three
work per week for firemen and from the 'Wage and Hour Division. Schaefer talked about Chief proposal men per shift,
policemen. have to be some overtime. Lewis' disability, the new work fireman. which Crosby said he's been convinced -
schedule, and the additional Schaefer then asked attorney the Fire Dept. "desperatelyneeds
Firemen have been working 24 Brown if the council which had "
Chief Disabled... fireman. just goes right out the window.
hours on duty and 48 hours off,which seen the new plan for the first time
The U.S.Wage and Hour has yet to Only action taken Tuesday night amounts to more than 172 hours per "Wait," said Commissioner Jim- Tuesday night, could mull it over, or Chief Hardee agreed, saying three
make a ruling since the court deci was to advertise for new fire chief to month. That is "gimme time," explained my Crosby,"... one thing at a time. I if the city is under the gun to make a men per he'd desirable. But,
sion, attorney Brown said; ,, replace Chief Bobby Lewis who has Assistant Chief Hardee, need to know what the motion is, explicitly decision. Brown said he couldn't Hardee said, been given Just
therefore, he can't advise the com \ been certified by a doctor as 100 per- which firemen have understood they answer such a question, meaning he two days to come up with a new work
missioner how to treat a ruling that cent disabled because of a spinal have to give, and don't mind doing. Apologizing for the confusion, can't advise the city to violate the schedule to comply with the new in-
hasn't been made. The law, called degeneration, according to Commis- Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Commissioner Schaefer then movedto ,_ terpretation of the law, and it looks
the League of Cities decfson of 1972, sion Schaefer. pointed out that has been because advertise for a new fire chief. law."I as if the third man will have to wait
.exempted cities from the Fair Labor The council did not act on the over- firemen sleep on the job.A Commissioner Travis Woods do expect an answer. If he awhile.


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Lawtey. Considering V Mobile Home for Elderly Parents Not Allowed"We I


rezoning request to allow elderly current regulations to allow Ben- are," said Commissioner placing a mobile home on property
relatives of a Bedford Lake residentto nett's request. He said it was "spot Maxie Carter Jr. formerly designated commercial
Several New LawsSeveral place a mobile home on his property zoning" that would be contrary to The commissioners approved where no residences are allowed.
temporarily was denied by a the residential area where only three other zoning requests. No of- That locations is about S miles southof
3-2 vote of the Bradford County Com- trailers grandfathered in before the ficial recommendations came from Starke on the west side of ITS-301.,
mission, Monday, April 1. zoning policies were adopted were the zoning board because no official Gaines said the trailer will be placedon
proposed ordinanceswere
city that "We researched matter of James D. Bennett said his wife's allowed. business could be conducted due to the half acre back from the road.
approved
on first reading Monday fines and forfeitures as discussedlast parents, who live in Jacksonville, After the discussion, Commissioner absences on March 26. The seven- way.
commission night. April, by the Lawtey ci- council meeting and determinedthat are 91 and 85 years old and can no Wilbur Waters made a motion member zoning board presently has Jerry L.Dempsey gained rezoningto
ty with the second
the problem arises from am- longer Independently take care of that Bennett's request to temporari two vacancies and two board allow an auto repair garage to be
reading the ,and final approval set for biguous working of the state themselves.He ly place a mobile home on his property members were absent due to illness. built on his property located on the
One May meeting. statutes.The protion of fines in ques- said that five years ago he was be approved, despite the fact The three board members presentfor north side-of SR-100 about a mile
chise ordinance with extends Florida the Power fran- tion is indeed a surcharge that is granted a temporary request to that the motion was violating the the meeting held on the last Tues- west of Starke.

& Light agreement for another 30 "The distributed to the state government. place a trailer on his land for them to commission's own rule. Commis- day of each month did not constitutea The board also heard a complaint
main change years.to FPL'sJohn and is not simply a 'fine as occupy,but they had been unable to sioner Lawrence Mosley second the quorum and, therefore, couldn't from Carlos Medina and Harold HiL
Anderson according to in the statutes. sell their Duval County home and motion but the other three commis- make official recommendationseven concerning a repair garage on proparty
"is instead
of
get- "The Bradford County Traffic had remained there. He said the sioners voted it down. though the discussions were owned by William Ahrano on
FPL ting payments nce a year from Bureau is a go-between in the financial temporary approval for the mobile Mosley said it was a shame that held. Gaines told the commissionersthe SR-21B at Santa Fe Lake. The matter
you receive payments end of this matter, and it was home had expired and he was askingto people couldn't use their land for essence of the discussions. was discussed at the zoning
monthly.Also included\ in this agree- not, and is not, implied that they are renew it. what they needed to. Paul Landry received permissionto board meeting and Gaines reported
ment dustrial is that located anything that is in- shortchanging funds to the City of Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said "You ought to be ashamed of use his property on US-301 south that Ahrano had agreed to stop mak-
within the city Lawtey: We apologize for any zoning rules have changed since that yourselves," Waters told the three near CR-227 for a used car lot. ing repairs on vehicles that don't
limits would be
subject to a six per- misinterpretation of the discussionat time and there was no prevision in commissioners. J.K. Hewitt won his request for belong to him.
cent franchise fee This has
not beenso the last council meeting."
in the past.
Councilman Marvin Rosier then
Approved on first reading an ordinance
added, "As I understand it, six per- closing the 20-foot wide

cent of our individual bills goes alley way frdm which the city has an
toward the franchise. Is this right? easement ar the proposed site of
"Yes, sir," replied Anderson. Lawtey Apartments, Ltd. The se- 964-6946

Rosier then went on, "We are pay cond reading will be at the May -"--
ing a 10 percent utility tax plus the meeting, at which time a building HOME
six percent franchise fee, a total of permit will have,been issued and apparent -
16 percent. Is this true?" approval"will be given. ENTERTAINMENT
Then Anderson clarified by say CONCEPTS
ing, "Before this (up until about 10 Gave Clerk Lucille Shuford per-
years ago), the franchise tax was mission to seek office help when
spread over the entire customers of needed during the absence of Mrs. _. Bradford Square Shopping Center
FPL. Then the Florida' Public Ser- Martha Futch, who is recoveringfrom '
vice Commission made FPL collect A
an injury and will apparentlybe Buy
the franchise fee from just the com- out of work for quite some time to Buy A Panasonic Buy a Sharp .
munties involved and it has been come. PJ.ln'3.a99sooolIC Camera

I that way every since." H omeStereo S .... ..... .,. __ ..-...
Rosier then added that was ithe 'ste
... approval .
-CranWJ lave ,
\Ito V ( ;thei 'tf f.., ',r M of ITI"T'; f J.eVlSlon
way torondefstood itf outnvwahwa ngine repfaced'in the police car. i
bring it to other people's atten- While the car has only 35,000 mileson ON SALE Y+
it, the engine is in bad condition.The Get 40 Free Movies
tion.More car has been out of commissionfor in Stock $1199

Income... about a week. While it is runningnow

"The other ordinances read the it needs repair badly.
first time included three to bring
more income into the City of Agreed to find the best route to

Lawtey," advised attorney Johnny take on a request by Leon Wilkersonfor
Hobbs. city to be run to his property on a from -
All three regarded distribution of dirt road off CR-125, within the city
court costs levied in criminal cases limits. !

arising in Lawtey,increasing the fee
to the city from $1 to $2 under a Received a report from engineer $399
change in state law. Jerome Kelley on approximate costs
involved to expand the water depart- '
In other action, the council: ment in the future. A workshop will Get 100lUovies
be called to explore all the Get 50 Movies to Watch
Submitted a statement from the possibilities and draw up the bid 0 to

} Lawtey Police Department stating ape<
Movies must be used
Movies must", be wotd Ie.'
Parts WarehouseNewGara e within a 1 year from
within months.
-Ca.h Only purchase Cash Only

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Project Set by City CouncilBids Purchase Any Panasonic or Sharp 3 Days Only-- Panasonic VHS



will be asked on a 100 by 400 In other business, the council: AM-FM with all the functions.

steel building to go up on the city
at Washington and Orange Told Hubert Cooper and Al Cassette 545 -
yard Reg.
Streets,Starke commissioners voted Masters the city will try to do

Tuesday Idea is night to combine April the 2. city garage something to temporarily the limerocked alleviate north Player and Plusyouget40Free

and warehouse.So scattered is end of Thompson Street.Cooper said _
,the city's parts inventory now that an accurate the dust is terrible,and he can hard- Get 15 Movies Movies to watch

Is impossible,com- ly breathe in it. _
inventory
missioners said.. The move would Traffic increased on north Thompson from *64.50 $419.00 within a 90 day period
combine the city garage with the when new offices were built on to watch Free
when I
warehouse.The Andrews Street and then again
parts came from Vice- the turning lanes were put on US-301, .
suggestion i
Silcox explained that cars TDK T-120
Mayor Vernon Silcox who chairedthe Chairman Rent A Movie
in the absence of MayorCommissioner which used to use 301 have found I
meeting Silcox Thompson Street an easier route. 6 Hour VHS Tape i
Bobby Biggs. Here are the lilies that we from the !
said the metal building would have a $ 9s Video fisted in: DUt Board.MUSICMUSIC _!
around Was told there were 709 com Top 40
cement floor, and cost to the Police Department in '1 Off with oupon Your Cost '6.95

$50,000.The is in the city budgetbut March, Commissioner Schaefer I
money and the council reported, and"... that is what is killing TOPVIDEOCASSETTES
Silcox suggested
rather us." Nobody was hurt in 38 'accidents TOP COUNTRY TOP POP t
to borrow the money
agreed but there were some pretty '
cash.
than Silcox use said the city's he'd give up the gavel bad fender benders. I :: I THE WOMAN IN RED DOES FORT WORTH EVER MAKE IT BIB j

and make the motion but Commissioner ALL OF ME CROSS YOUR MIND BORN IN THE U.S.A.
Charles Schaefer beat Silcox proved on first reading a proposed POLICE ACADEMY TREADM WATER LIKE: A VIRGIN i
Jimmy ordinance making the laws ofthe NO JACKET REQUIRED
draw. Commissioner TIGHTROPE FRIENDSHIPCOUNTRY
to the
Crosby seconded but said be had a State of Florida also the laws of THE NATURAL BOY PRIVATE DANCER
which is & More MUSIC
the city, so that anything a
WHY NOT ME RECKLESS
question.Crosby in crime under state law will also be a THE EVIL THAT MEN DO
this us
asked, "Will put NEW EDITION
crime under city law., STAR TREK THE SEARCH TOO GOOD TO STOP NOW
other great ;
without
a position, any FOR SPOCK YOU'VEGOTAGCODLOVE BlGBAMBOOMROMANCING
expenditure" to get control of that Approved on ordinance increasing t THE STONE COM1N SUDDENLY

garage? that's the reason for..." the city's fee from$1 to$2 on any SINGLES PURPLE RAM KENTUCKY HEARTS PURPLE RAM
"Yes
! Silcox began."Thenit'll, criminal action brought into court. _, BEST DEFENSE HE THINKS HE'S A PRIVATE HEAVEN
be the best $50,000 we THE LAST STARFKHTER RAYSTEVENS VALOTTE

ever spent," Crosby said..The vote Was presented inter-local for the members $ 2 9 THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK PLAIN DIRT FASHION CANT SLOW DOWNSHE'S
study a proposed agree-
was 40. ONCE UPON A TIME 40 HOUR WEEK THE BOSS
ment on school crossing guards bet .7L
MAJOR MOVES SHE'S SO UNUSUAL
M AMERICA
the school board and city com-
ween mission. All the Top 20 Favorites RHINESTONE HEART OVER MIND CHINESE WALL
a '- IIiENEYEREN0INOSTOAY WHAT PERFECT STRANGER

SPLASH THE ABOUTOF EE CREAM CASTLE

I SFCC Entrants Need ACT Test ALBUBJS DREAMSCAPE SALLY ROSE 40 HOUR WEEK

.... .. -' .- SIXTEEN CANDLES BLUE HIGHWAY SIGN M PLEASE
students planning to enter San- ACT Test to fill out an application to THE WILD LIfE THE BEST OF MICHAEL .
All Community College for the SFCC prior to taking the test it they $ AGANSTALLODDS: MARTIN MURPHEY
ta Fe or FaD must have not yet been admitted to the 1 4.911CASSETTES .,
summer
" first take Ume the W.ACT Assessment Test college. the test U free to Santa Ve I __ Plus Over. 500 More. to Choose from

( offered by the college .
which will be High School library Results of the ACT will be used to Everyday Rent Sat.
Bradford :
at the in Santa Fe' $
determine placement for 5
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April 8. ,
Back Mon.
on MondaY, Bring
wi11 begin promptly at English and Math classes. ", <"
The.mVand test last until noon. IL will For more Information call 'Lib I *4.98

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Stnrkc Man ; The. released, on her own reconizance. ,

For Lewd vending$7S James Gregory Lastinger\ of Lake
J I K "JI'm" Lawson, com- Butler was arrested March IV for JEWELRYHunting
the Bradford County e in the spouse abuse and child abuse,accor-, for -
was indicted Tuesday' soft ding to Lt. Garry Seay. Lastinger
"' was arrested following a domestic'
jury in Starke for
upon u child: under the of the disturbance. Bond was set at $3,000 -
The member to total, Lastinger was released on his Easter bargains?
I grand jury heard the own recognizance.
Lawst.n from six \ juveniles
eluding u boy .' of Stanley Jay Langley of Marylandwas
tanH'itateAttorney arrested March 21 for disorder.
t
The/ session began at 9 be the ly intoxication, according to Lt
eluded about 4pmF.lwell each Seay Langley was arrested in the A
: said the ( essay Horseshoe Lounge parking lot dur-
Sheriff's Office received pet ing a disturbance.
in February against the con GENT'S ANNIVERSARY
Starke as an Christopher Ronald Pearce of LADIES FASHIONS
; DIAMOND RINGS BANDS ,
The complaint a ) a per Rdiford was arrested March 13 for ViCt. TW I
three, separate prin- burglary of a dwelling and petit CtTW lilAMOND ... VOOHCHOKIS4B9
touched or fondled the : theft, according to Investigator e MMHCtTW r f
on the Larry Cochran. Pearce alledgedly "ilL"'rW I
Lawson was 14 TW KL
of the burglarized the Broughton home. KEN 12" *
10:30 pm and released 1ft"" f
juveniles Bond was set at a total 1750. .
recognizance, according 14 Kl. LADMS SOITMMILADIKS '
[Dempsey Pearce was orginally charged $249 BRIDAL SETS4KL
f.!!r, let. t17N t
March 6 with burglary of an occupied -
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Juveniles dwelling (attempted) and \4CtTWCLUSTER "Ct. IT" .' I
possession of burglary tools for e 134' 110 Ct saes ,
To Lawtey alledgedly attempting to break into I.
14 KULADIM
14 Kt *4 14 KL MM :
Two neighborhood made the Henley home in Raiford.
,
Sheriff's $24 FANCIES FASHION GaNY" fO Kt.HIGH FAtHION IN GOLD i
the
confessed to
Ricky Wayne Todd and John 1 CtTWvovncHom MCtTWVOWCHOICI .
of the Lawtey .
Ntit ( $17.A '
two weeks ago. was ar Johnson of Lake Butler were arrested DIAMOND IIIe
The juveniles have of March 15 on a capias charg- $177 GOLD 'TW "GNaT.
JASP (juvenile into a ing sexual battery, according to Lt. I
) in the to Depu- Seay. Bond for the charge was set at '
program
$2,500 for each defendant. Todd and 3 DIAMOND :
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parents. : $tT7 4
when Entry a window was gained was{into She was at Johnson which were occurred charged March with I an, incident & .a. 1 1NKS

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If you hear firing from Cargo Way, Keystone Heights OMAN : .S's.- IIIIIDa1N
Camp Blanding during Shop'I Alternators & Starters A sNo.
from April 620, it will b ? 4sror0 db' .
howitizer's, the largest Saturday 8.12 A.a-MMTHVST ,, ,
has, according to
(Butch) Redding.
Maj. Redding wants BUTTERCUP OR SIX-PRONG JUNIOR MISS DIAMOND RINGS
be aware of'the PENDANTS AND YOUR CHOICE $77 ,;
nobody will be surprised.The & Blueberry Farm ALL 14 Kt. :
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artillery battalion towards Keystone, take right on -- EARRINGS'd' ,
tive duty Is the 3rd iirrmcup >
116th Field Artillery (Forsyth Road); follow signs j
.
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n Florida National Guard .... .... .-- I
Plant City; It won't be Q ,. saw .... Naa .
>i1> year when four artillery NOW OPEN .a ea a.UUIIH*..a Na. rww/weltsrKyai CHAIN SOLDERING '
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were at Blanding at the tRT/ KM M.nv .NLMM.TW : ;:;. $4.99 '
10 6
however. 'The 8-inch Saturday am pm I lea aa aa nctr.vw Naa mmMKIW '
mounted on a track, are H oiTH timm nCLm ;

Helicopters I : 964-7109 1,

On Duty Now... All/ Nature Sihgs Jesus
The = Mon.-Frl. 9-5:30: Sat.9-2 104 W. Call Street j

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D of the 26th Aviation 0-
currently undergoing I 964-7271" p pALL I
at Blanding. r: Turntable BUY NOW FOR j
FUTURE GIFTOCCASIONS I
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heard until
Any firing I I
bably been Co. D's : 925-B N. TEMPLE 964-8532 Jewelry"Gift 3 WAYS TO BUY: .-
ships says Maj. Redding. I Next to Pizza Hut in Starke s GaUer""'", inc. Cash, Bank Cardi or i
Heavy active training .,. LAYAWAY 1
coming up this spring 1 <
Maj. Redding says. SPECIAL d
Dedication of the new '
expected within the next Off Entire Stock :

ths.Blanding has some 1 1 Thank You Bradford Union & ;
employees,now, Maj. : WITH 9M-8532 IUI.I 1 Clay
The camp operates I I COUPON 9S4-S960. Hems

are Florida federal afoot control National to place, Maj.Guard.the l I -----' ._---------------------- Counties for a record sales month at

670 W. McMahon Street,

1 I. (Mon-Frt Next 964.7434 to 10-6 Pizza Sat Hut 8-1) LAKE CHEVYOLDSWe

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,. Some ancient. ,( & Now Accessories Available Really Appreciate Our Customers!

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The Church in the Wildwood



By William S. Pitts


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'. 'There's'a church in the valley by the"wild wood,

No lovelier spot in the dale;

No place is so dear to my childhood
.. As the little brown church in the vale.

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How sweet on a clear Sabbath morning,

To list to the clear ringing bell;

Its tones so sweetly are calling,
Oh, come to the church in the vale. i y ,


From the church in the valley by the wildwood,

When day fades away intp night,

I would fain from this spot of my childhood,

Wing my way to the mansions of light. _




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Words from this popular hymn -
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written many years ago by Dr : ::--. -= .
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tist Church located near the small 1" \1'1I'. \ .. .. ", .. 'of.r a'h '- -i. .- ,,,' ....' -::.. < ;,,:';, Sti
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north Florida communities of Gran- .... .. ;:!; ., ,
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din and Putnam Hall A _. ., ;.:.,...v..vl'.rr\..___ ._. ...,;... ;1' ... ._ '...<. .;.. _:"- .cw'I: o'<)')'...:'...........:."":"-:'- __" -" ,_.......;.
The quaint little church appears to
be embraced by the once small, but Paran
Church.
Baptist ..
now towering oak trees laden with ,
Spanish moss, blooming azaleas and t Founded in I85B the little 129 year old church lies between small north
dogwood trees throughout the ad- 'b Florida communities of Putnam Hall and Grandin on SK-100.
joining grave-yard add warming color qt
during this spring season with the
promise of magnolias gracing the t :
grounds in the summer months.

Over 200 grave sites, some dating IYr t W e t1 sieve b. iha / IG ticd
back into the mid-1800s and some as Savi.xyr4hndvrIF
recent as yesterday, surround the Survives the rot' t t' .r jtfi?f abla bean aptir ,l 'th s
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little church. Tombstones in all sizes Ages n +e'otFau cFnnridti0, andffrtbtfoty" ,;

and shapes, many .pollen stained SpArletWe a fd b aiwtm" ;4,
from years of exposure to the a +t'duhy'Mnlcr t >
elements, lend character and per- Iralw ; vnsrantsx Fe} ,al01eb 4; 4 c'c '
sonality to the setting. :Pd+e;g 1t Chet n--+ ;i? i,4.; 4 rit?
The little white church, now tawa& togc her ln; (itRattatt..lcarcy' stt a f "tpre in 2; .}i
modernized for economy sake with \ vat+ this atclknew)dgntustld+ ,? his ;
aluminum siding, has not lost its w ';ttwfoftt,{ **P"> Wrt*/* f0j>fwit **4 upMttnaJstyj,*tt WMWjtein ?.
"little country church" appeal with t;: lt >w ?fsl aly o* in*? c&, its double doors and cathedral arch- ft-i. _.. > .j uLi '-A' f*
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f' t+nfsiisFte cl4.yt tlq a xl'tr uWrtt? to d$ M rk.al4. < l
ed windows. On top of the tin roofed i>ttttri 'th lhthxfcf nftha3 <.
structure is a steeple where the old hfui' +N h rpu } '
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church bell still hangs. By a tug of 1:' e#;, r
.the .rap" hanging.jue4.inslde.4he*.tb.+w .- -- _.. q ) ,,. ,vFi
door, the bell peals through the the like d.dud t'awi, .5 ,' ;
its
quiet countryside calling tob just rpFlperg j rhilFa lm
members to esxc $ uatr
worship Sunday.
every a
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!r p +o fiwtpriatry! irr +P t+s dr LCi' ,

Inside the little white church a frc
wine colored carpet runner carriesthe .,. titr' I t1' C t tR n ac
eye forward to the pulpit area. >> r- k
There, three large pulpit chairs,
covered in matching wine colored ?
velvet, are flanked by two tall oil j1 i "''t'ml'C+ +xilN t'tt' +', '
paintings that were done in the early f luulawvatt ttrtslisin'dyicatl
1950s by member Edna Watkins hr "t2uy['4urtex* ji?'a ec}* 't ibttt
1 Alderman of Grandin.The paintingsare I f alwayd c4y'1or t Ut t t'
copies of "The Good Shepherd"and 4 r
"David, the Little Shepherd
Boy" and were painted to

camouflage window spaces when the pcati'a rimftbra" ttEtvhh; ,
i Sunday school addition was added to p lbrr of ,
the rear of the church. --
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1 sanctuary and provide seating room t .:\. ,!;",t. 5.
for around 75 members. On one wall .<': :I, :
hangs the church covenant.An P,;' ... .. "" ;


organ, its purchase made
possible some years ago from
generous donations from the Carl Pictures and Text

Swisher family, and a piano add .....
their prominence to the small
church.In by Linda W. WhartonThe
the rear of the little church
building is the Sunday School area
and nursery which was built-on in
the 1950's. The entire building is now s ,
t "g t 1*. little church and its member-
equipped with central heat and air, a 'i p meager

far cry from the former way of k-/ t y e, y Ea ship has survived the years, putting behind it
heating by an old wood stove then
later by a gas heater. L the "Big Freeze" of 1894" making it throughthe
This church, completed and : \
Depression of the 1930s and numerous
dedicated on September 9, 1904, is t : ,
the third structure that was built by r, other catastrophies. Many of Paran's

the Paran. Baptist Church congregation. '' 6 members today are descendants of early

members and founders of the church.

First church...
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The first church was organized on FY-
the first Sunday in October, 1856, by catastrophies. Many of Paran's
for their
the Rev, E.B. Timmons, the good sound explanation members today are descendants of
church's first pastor, William absense. early members and founder's of the
and the
Johnson and M.N. Strickland. It wasa One member today only church.
log cabin and could truly be Deacon in the church, Homer Sikes The Rev, W.T. Newsome, Jr. of
reminescent of the "little brown ... says he can remember one former Palatka now joins the ranks of the
church in the vale." ; ttLr : member, Annie Swope, who was a Paran's outstanding ministers suchas
The second structure built, similarto : '.t w :. I-1' real stickler about attending remember church.her those of the past- the Rev Tim-
he
the present building,was replaced ft ". Sikes says can mons and the Reverends B.R.
,)..:- r!., ;!r''' !' ..1M ,.... hauling him off to Sunday services
when the foundation became in- Mosely, W.E. Stanton, T.D Den-
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... '" ..;.. :', ... -:! 'J.tJra when he and his friends would try to
secure. The present day church is it, 'V"!uri'iiil- ':... -li.,. UT ',,"/ < ,{. 11 .zt.l.: play hookie. man, R.C Gray and Willie Wilkinson -
located on the precise spot of the -- -- ------ --- ----'--"" who each gave so much of
first log cabin church. himself for so little in return.
Oils flanking the podium are reproductions of famous sacred and
paintings
were threatens... Sikes tells of one minister, Wilkinson -
painted by member Edpa Watkins Alderman. Split a short little man, who lived in
Property purchase... The picture below shows a side view of the church and part of the old cemetery In 1903 the church was threatenedwith Peniel, a little community outside
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Raising money to buy adjoining that surrounds the church. a split- some church officials Palatka, and how he would ride his
School to
the Sunday
wanted to move
horse to Palatka, catch the early
property was always a problem in discussionof
much
the early days. In July 1878, a com that a committee was formed to plot be used to provide for a minister and Twenty one years later the church Grandin but after it decidedto morning Georgia Southern and
mittee was appointed to( raise$35 for out the cemetery to support the .Home and Foreign was still having problems with some the pros and cons,School was where it Florida Railway train to Grandin in
five acres of land. But a year later, Missions.. of its members back-sliding and leave the Sunday Church. This time to hold morning services. He'd
in August 1879, minutes reflect that Minister's support. .. straying from its fold. In 1902 it was was at Paran resulted Baptist in the resignationof spend the afternoon with a memberof
"resolved that at the next con- decision the congregation, then end even-
the church membership, apparentlywhen The membership also had the problem -
Roberts superintendent.
G.S. ,
Brother
they saw they could get a of supporting a minister In ference of Paran Baptist Church all Ing services in time to catch the 9:30
bargain for just $15 more, instructedits September 1887 the membership No dancing... rumors of disorderly conduct of its time in the church history, p.m. train back to Palatka.he was
Trustees to buy 20 acres of adjoin- resolved to pay its pastor$100 a year The church was very strict about, members, be investigated, and if in At June one.1919, the church did have to lucky, Sikes said, he might have got
instead of the five its proven true, membership be ten paid $2 or was giyen a bag of
ing property just and this amount was to be apportioned member's conduct and discipline, discontinue services at Paran for a
acres. Even through 1881 the committee among Paran's members according In 1881 the church adopted the withdrawn from them "unless while, and members met and held fresh vegetables or meat for his ser
on collections was still taking to their property values. All following resolutions:. l)''That any suitable apologies are made. services in the Methodist Church in vices.
donations for the "church-lot,', young men and married ladies were brother or sister who shall engage in Rumors claimed that some of the Grandin. Transportation difficultieswere The congregation today at Paran
many such donations coming in cot assessed $1. Young ladies (supposedly dancing be disciplined by the church "sinners" were selling wine, some named as the cause. Baptist, proud of its heritage,strivesto
ton and other articles of merchandise unmarried) were assessed for the same; 2) That we as a church dancing, and some swearing and not keep the past alive within its
that could be marketed for cur 50 cents and all minors 25 cents. consider dancing to be any steps or attending regular church meetings.If Survives calamities.. midst. It continues to thrive as one of
rency. ''To further aid in the support of a movements of the body at the soundof the oldest churches in this north
In June. 1883. Brother M: Seigler, full-time minister, the first pastor a violin or. any other musical Instrument members were lax in their at- The little church and Its meager Florida area and will continue to do
a forefather of some of Paran's and founder of the church, the Rev. ; 3) That any brother or tendance of Sunday services, they membership has survived the years, so through a special love and devotion
church members today donated the E.B. Timmons, bequeathed 40 acres sister of this church, who shall per- were requested to attend the next putting behind it the "big freeze" of to God and to the "little churchIn
balance of $17.70;\ still due him on the of land to the church with a request mit dancing in his or her house, be conference for the purpose of confession 1894, making it through the depression the vale" shown by its present day
church lot, It was shortly after this that it be sold and interest proceeds likewise diciphned by the church." and were required to have a of the 30s and numerous other members.Thursday .


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A ribbon cutting ct're"'ony' officially opened the Bradford.Union' !Hois snips the tape aN the Kcverrnd' George Harper U'll) and ex '
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, The two counties have done a minstration. \
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About 50 turned out to
persons Clifford said the
wonderful job of anticipating mental
hear and Davies, who lives in Tallahassee
speeches prayers assistant to the health needs and getting programsin clinical I"sca
dedicating the new building in serving as a special place to meet those needs, Grant Counselor HI Galore I 3A
Starke where the staff of the Bradford governor, gave a personal
master's
said. He praised the staff includingsome degrees in
Union Guidance Clinic will help testimonial of the help the clinic had ...
people help themselves been to his mother 24 persons who work in the three other persons in Interior Decorating Made Easy
Bradford County Commissioner "I believe the helpfulness of this guidance clinic. For Shop at Home Convenience I ",
added 10 to The building cost totaled $576,500 "The looker-on sees
guidance clinic has years
EW Hodges, vice-chairman of the to Call: Donna Gruen 964-7714 Starke I '"
including furnishings, according
guidance clinic board, served as my mother's life, Davies said He the game i I
master of ceremonies for the dedica- said people rarely know what takes Kerry Clifford, director of operations -English Call for a no obligation appointment I
Clifford said the clinic received -
tion Sunday afternoon, place at the center unless a family
ceremony a grant of $105,000 from the
March 24.He introduces present and member is touched by the service.He
backs federal government to add the -
said Governor Graham 1tI
past members of the board,city and
Senior Citizen's Center to the structure -
the work of mental I health clinics and
officials from both countiesand
county he sent his congratulations to the and the remainder would be .
a special assistant to GovernorBob paid back to the Farmer's Home Ad- HEARING TEST
Graham Marvin Davies,who is staff and board members. FREE
a native of Bradford County.
State Senator Bill Grant.
D-Madison,presented the dedication to STARKE
Aid is
address praising the foresighted Gainesville Hearing coming
planning of the guidance clinic EYE EXAMINATIONSBy
board and Director Bill Lennon.
Dr. Lennon returned the praise to We will be at Mitchell's Rexall Drug on Call Street the
Grant when he pointed out that the Independent OphthalmologistsIN
senator was intrumental in getting FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH from 9 a.m. until
funding for a program coordinatedby
the center. OUR OFFICECall better our customers. -
Grant said Florida is gaining 1,000 1 1:30: p.m. to serve
new residents daily and many of
these are elderly which compoundsthe Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
problems to be faced by the state.
He said Bradford and Union counties 1003 NW 23rd Avenue

bounds.may soon be growing by leaps and now for an appointment.... Gainesville, FL 32609

Grant praised the board of The Eyeglass Store 376-0095
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IIi'3! Clay Electric Cooperative's 50th Meeting a festive. affair


I f! By:Mark Friritlln farms that make this one of the most productive areas in Florida. We winning a landslide over Bill Gracy, who picked up just 238, in the only
!i t BCT Staff Writer have these pioneer achievers to thank for this. It is very fitting that they contested board seats up for grabs.The other two board seats were filled
I. .A huge crowd estimated at more than 3,700 thronged into Keystone are remembered by this great crowd on the 50th anniversary of this great by District Five incumbent Zedra Hamilton, who picked up 1,070 votes
: ':.. Heights last Thursday for the Clay Electric Cooperative's 50th Annual organization which has served so many through the years. along with District Seven incumbent Wayne Hollingsworth,who received
Meeting.The The four other awards were given to members H.H. Surrency, C.N 1,074 votes.
festive event featured a speech by Nancy Fuqua, wife of Rep. Don Smith Hicks Griffin and A.G.Lowden,Jr.The Pioneer Awards are a one
Fuqua, D-Altha, voting in the annual Co-op Board of Trustees election, time only event for the Co-op's Annual Meeting.
members consuming huge mounds of fried chicken prepared on the In the voting,polls set up at the facility remained open until p.m. and See...
.}.. grounds br the staff,and the presentation of five special Pioneer Awards when the votes were tallied Susan Surrency Reeves received 1,090 votes, Co-op PagesNOTICE
to some the cooperatives' earliest members. .
The Clay Co-op has headquartered its main facilities in Keystone
Heights for the past 50 years,founded in 1935 by Ed Wiggins,now deceased Low
who members refer to as the "founding father", BACK PAIN
Upset by the poor electrical service available in rural communities like
Keystone Heights and surrounding areas, Wiggins started the service
I with his own small generator and his own funds. Tuller :
I / -' When the demands for his services increased along with the population
I ;::>:" growth in the Lake Region, Wiggins traveled to Washington D.C. at his
own expense to get a Rural Electrification Administration (REA) loan Chiropractic
:;: for the first major expansion of the operation,funding which was used for I,
r :::: expanding the fines and a larger generator. Co. Inc.
B&M Starter & Generator
: ;:; The REA was originally funded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as Center ,
:: a program to help bring the benefits of electrification to rural areas
: 3 which had been slow to see the efects of the rapid expansion in the service
I, 5 on a nationawide basis.The program of loans made to small communties Same Day Emergency Appt. Will not be undersold by
by the REA gave cooperatives like the Clay Co-op a financial basis to Complete FamilyChiropractic
: begin operations.
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.:.. Today the cooperative serves more than 80,000 customers spread over Care anyone on any automotive
:; 12 counties, a far cry from Ed Wiggins' simple generator. The Keystone Workers Compensation and
:; based facility is third largest of its type in the nation.
1\:1 "He was a true pioneer in that he had the vision to make the sacrifices it auto injuries accepted. starter or alternator. Bring us
took to bring the first electric service to the people in rural areas of this
I :r: 12-county district," commented District 7 incumbent Wayne Holl-
:. ingsworth, who won back his seat without opposition during the day's TREATMENT OF:
:i voting with 1,074 votes. "Many of us can still remember when the electricity Headaches, Low Back Pain, your best price and we will
:= was first turned on in our households, the neighborhoods and
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school at GHS and attended i theM .68 The,Most Economical
Florida with atJeire ; lloq
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i'in accounting. He received a CPA General Purpose Cleaning
; certificate in 1960 and was employed Return & Lock. &
Thinning Agent Available!
I I in Gainesville until 1968. Moving to Blade Protected For Long
: r Palatka, Wells opened a successful Conforms To All EnvironMental -
E CPA firm. In 1984 he decided that the Wear. ,
:: time had come for a career change. a & Clean Air Re-
E: Encouraged to persue a new direct ; .,I 33-312 % Qulrements! 2023
: tion by his wife, Donna,a successful \ .
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:: manager for a mall association in in Gainesville and Palatka and is a MISER Lubricates c:3iOTT::
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"c Ricky,the oldest,is a graduate from manager and comptroller for a JUST c Boats I __
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E senior at Palatka High. They have Florida, and when he had the oppor- )
:: sold their home in Palatka and are in tunity to come to Starke, he jumpedat : Bikes
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as president of Gainesville Jaycees. March, the dealership sold over 100 9 Need For Ice.
; He' received an award as the most units, which was the biggest monthon Totally Weatherproof. 18198
; outstanding man in Gainesville; has record.If I 120 PAR FL Big. Yet Compact Design.
been a member of Rotary in Palatka you are out Lake ChevyOld'sway
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: Preparing for the future disasters, in one of the tank cars on the ground. : i <" Brooker,. which, according to the
the Emergency Operations Centerat It began to leak almost immediately l' '

I emergency plan,if it were to be shut
the Bradford County Jail was activated slowly at first, but as time was to \ \ down, would cut-off the natural gas
Tuesday, March 19, to test a go by, the loss increased. St ',-'::' supply to the rest of the state.In .
part of the comprehensive emergency This scenario had real imput from ''lhh, ,, t\1 order to meet the challenge, the
management plan. Seaboard Coastline safety experts, "\ ': i( core of a hazardous materials
j' The scenario was a leaking according to the team from the state -' '!I'I response team has been formed according -
chlorine railroad tank car where Division of Emergency Manage. '. to Chapman. It consists of
Brownlee Street in Starke crosses ment which had written the rro- (' three people who have been specially -
I the Seaboard Coastline tracks. 90 blem. It is very reminiscent 0 schooled so far: Dwayne Hardee
tons of liquid chlorine having the actual railroad accident in 1978 in ri A Lott Williams and Dan Cuddington
potential to cause a major disasterwas the Crestview area where eight peo- indicated Chapman, with more to be
the main event."They're ple died from poison gas after a train : trained later.
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talking the real derailment. 1
thing..making it as realistic as First on the scene in a real accident Y:
possible," said Jim Dalzell, area would have been the Starke
coordinator for the state Division of Police Department, which would
Emergency Management about the have called an ambulance and the
test.Thrust fire department for assistance.The .
\ of the entire emergency wind for the problem was light
plan is to prepare the local govern and blowing in a northwesterly
ment for any type of emergency that direction. If it was real, It would
might come along. One of the first have spread the gas toward the
. actions taken in developing it was to schools in the area: the high school,
make a hazard vulnerability the middle school and the elemen-
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Serious Business.
,, analysis to identify the most likely tary school. ,'tta r
incidents to affect Bradford County. "Probably 50-percent of the pro- Playing a serious game, the emergency management ty Khoden..John Dempsey, Glen Gnann and Cliff Chap-
These were major incidents which blem..the biggest problem is where tram went to work with a mock disaster at the man. Back to camera: Jim Duncan and Dwayne
would be truly devastating on the we're going to take the kids," said Bradford County Jail. The 8 l'narioas a chlorine Hardee.PONTOONS. o.
county. Jim Duncan, school superintendent.With tank car leaking after it had derailed. Above (l-r) Scot-
'The list published as part of the the resources available, it -------
plan ranks the most likely disasters was decided that the approximatley I
In this order: hurricanes, 2,500 children could be moved by bus Eye Opener... I r.
((2)flooding) tornados, (4)fires, or car to safe areas. The emergency problem was
(5)ground) water contamination, As the test continued, the chlorine designed as an eye-opener for local NOW IN STOCK
1 (6)hazardous materials and leak got bigger forcing the closingof officals, and according to their
((7))nuclear attack. US-301 and the re-routing of traf-- responses, that is exactly what it
fic. With around 28,500 vehicles us- was.
The test... ing the highway in a day, the sheer /"Hazardous material spills hap
Assembled March 19 morning at volume of cars affected would soon pen almost daily in the state," said
the jail in Starke were John Demp-- clog the higways. Chip Hulquist, team chief from the OBSOLESCENCEFor
I sey, Bradford Sheriff's Department; "Didn't realize what a problemthat Division of Emergency Manage
Scotty Rhoden, captain of the Starke we would have re-routing traffic merit They range from the minor on many years, planned obsolescence -
: police department; E.L.Norman, ," said city partol Captain Scotty up but one this size is very rare he was a factor in the
Rhoden. "We don't have the said. "Extremely large event to
county commissioner; Dwayne manufacture of many of our com-
). Hardee, assistant fire chief; Jim facilities to re-route the traffic." make the public and" legislatureaware modities. Fortunately today, the j
Because the accident involved the of the problem.
w Duncan, school supertindent, and consumer is a much more informed
a Cliff Chapman, director of emergency railroad, a special hazardous Bradford's Answer... buyer, and he knows that j
material response team was calledin
,;: services for Bradford! County.
durability far outweights an initial -
from Seaboard in Jacksonville. In With increased awareness, Brad
" From 9 a.m. until 11:30: a.m. it was
': their job to deal with the a problem the test they arrived on site in about ford County is moving toward better savings on a cheap product.The .
.' which could easily happen in Starke: one-half hour with their special preparation for all types of carpet industry maintainsa I
\ a major hazardous material spill: equipment.In emergencies.The k high level of testing, and in ac-J
'f' : Where would people go to escape order to approach the type of comprehensive emergency cord with the government, provides
,a' danger? leak that occurred, special sealed management plan has been finished, what you with products that are!
In America! And
suits needed to the and is tested. Boating, the #1 outdoor sport
are protect dispersed being
'j( How would they be alerted? peo- strickly defined as to their production
.6; Who was to do what when all ple trying to repair the damange to Equipment is being assembled and better way to enjoy than to entertain from the deck of quality Your dealer can j
'.''t- resources were stretched to the ,the car. They are not on hand in people trained. your own pontoon boat powered by a "Mercury outboard" explain to you why a carpet is I
Starke Bradford at this With Bradford of
: limit? or county County on some
suitable for much
'; time, according to Hardee and Chap- the major routes of hazardous motor. you more
,, I The problem was set up I
i / readily because he has all of the
realistically enough, with a simple man. materials into and out of the state
relevant data of each ]
: mechanical failure on a pulpwood caution is the watchword.The particular
. It supposed to take the team .
..; truck going through town. When the was rail-lines and highways 301 carpet.So
. brakes didn't work on the truck, it up to four hours to stop the gas leak, and 100 were pin-pointed by Directorof if you want longlastingj
,\f and in that time, the managementteam Services Cliff less !
ran into a freight train causing a Emergency Chap- carpet, or even a expensive
,,' derailment. Two tank cars and two had to continue moving peopleto man as routes of highest concern for I temporary carpet, we can fit!
::. safety, re-routing traffic, and let- hazardous materials. Also mentioned -
box cars left the track with the your needs. We are in the!
': ting the citizens know what was hap- were the petroleum bulk plants, Ertablir6rd 1969
; driver being thrown free of the business of helping you, why not|
f wreck. pening. such as Register and Thomas Oil,
..... one-half hours of In- the LP gas storage tanks at Slade see us
today.Teal
and
" The test.Assembled... tense Alter action two the problem ended with Gas with, their and fertilizers the farm and supply pesticides.centers 11 Tile
March 19 morning the team sealing the tank car aheadof
. A little known installation is the OUTBOARDS &
\ the jail in Starke were John Dempsey schedule. Florida Hydro-Carbons plant in Carpet
F': ,Bradford Sheriff's Department;
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Friday for bringing contra- 20 grams marijuana; Brent alongside personnel r
band that included drugs and drug Kelly Wilson. 23, of Keystone hired to complete$6 million pro- Less than 10 ... 2" eat Subject to S..outthru 4.10.85 ;'I 1
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working on a building to house state Petersburg,possession of three cans their won recognizance with bond
prisoners of beer; Michael Irvin Johnson, 26, set at $2,500 each on the possession
The nine weretaken to Union Jacksonville possession of cocaine; charges and $5,000 bond on each of American Brand
County Jail and charged with introduction Rodney Wayne Lamb, 54, Fort the smuggling charges."Coming OffanolInsecticide I
of contraband into a state Myers, possession of a marijuana
prison. UCI Superintendent Tom pipe; Charles Robert Peacock, 32, Granules '
Barton said the contraband items Madeira Beach possession< were discovered in a routine search. marijuana pipe; Kirk Alan Talbott Protect your lawn all season
He said prison personnel searchedthe 27, Madeira Beach, possession of! Ann's Pecan Trees . .1049 long against mole crickets,
workmen, who are building the marijuana i Ronald Underwood, 19, chinch bugs, white grubs, sod
new Southeast Unit inside the fenced of Holiday, possession of Gift N web worms and more. 15 lb.
! UCI compound. He said correctional firecrackers.The Country Shop .
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The younger set had a fine time as well, visiting the many refreshment Sale for '25 ,
stands on hand and enjoying the variety of special exhibits set up inside I
the buildings rear the big tent used for the speeches.The Sale Ends April 30. 1985 150 00 Early Bird Bargains... Toro I:
exibits covered a wide range of methods to conserve energy --=- --
through the use of efficient household appliances and the assorted us 964.4645 and 46.73 per month 7 HP 25" Cut Rider :'
energy-saving devices available to homeowners through the Co-op. HE 737 S. Walnut St.
Mrs. Fuqua told members of the audience that her husband was disap- SUrke.H.32091 model 56145.32" cut electric start 2 yr. warranty !:
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growth and effectivness of the cooperatives." the Girls' Sandals advertised 00 Down
Mrs. Fuqua urged those in attendance to visit the exhibits on hand,calling on page 5 of this week's sale : 170 down and 42.00 a month
them "one of my husband's favorite things about these meetings." circular will not be available. '
There is truly something for everyone here today." On page 8,the 3-Pack Tube and 53.23 per month Reg. 1119" Sale 1049" ,
Socks advertised for 2.44 are model 56170 32" cut For Qualified Buyers "
only in Boys' sizes 6-8' or
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Mary C. Stephenson Middleburg died Thursday March charge of arrangements Card of Thanks
Miss Mary Catherine Stephenson, 28 at the Veterans Administration,
71, of Starke died Sunday morning, ,Medical Center,Gainesville after an Abraham L.Pearce Words cannot adequately expressour
March 31,in Whispering Pines Care extended illness. Born in Rutland, Abraham Lincoln Pearce, 88 of deep appreciation for NE AMonster "Under New Management'
Center, Starke, following a long il Vt., Mr. Towne was a heavy equip-- Gainesville died Wednesday,March kind and sympathetic Bur ed"J
lness. ment operator and a member of the 28, at his home after an extended il- came to us at the time of
Born in Georgia, Miss Stephenson Baptist Faith.Survivors lness. Born and raised in Lake City, bereavement. Sheilas Sub & Sandwich Shop
moved to Stance three years ago include, his wife, Mrs. lived in Jacksonville before movingto Dan Hankerson, Sr. (Formerly 301 Sub Station)
from Georgia and was a member of Linda Joy Towne, Middleburg; two Gainesville 25 years ago. Retired Hankerson family and :
New.Providence Baptist Church in daughters,Cheryl Ann Mercer,Mid from Foremost Milk Co. after 25 THE HOME OF THE
Georgia. dleburg and Mary Alice Towne, years of service; a member of the .
Survivors include one sister Miss Orlando; one son, Allen E. Towne, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Green."I ONSTER BURGER
Corrie Stephenson of Starke;. two Middleburg; one step-daughter Saints,Gainesville. We would like to North on Hwy 301
brothers, Thomas Ellis Stephensonof Shelly Ann Echols, Ludlow, Ma.; Survivors Include, his wife, Mrs. sincere appreciation for
Beulah, N.D. and Joseph one step-son, Arnold Lee Echols, Eva Edenfield Pearce, Gainesville, ness shown to us during : .. Phone Ins Welcome
Heyward Stephenson of Starke and Middleburg; his mother, Mable A. one son Wayne Pearce,Gainesville; sorrow. Our thanks ,
several nieces and nephews. Towne, Orlando; one brother, three daughters, Evelyn Strickland, beautiful flowers, food, ,ter, 964-7697
Funeral services were held at 3 Ronald Towne, Orlando; one grand Jacksonville, Bonnie Parker and visits. Our special 9
p.m. Wednesday, April 3, in the daughter. Eleanor Zabiloskl both of Simmons and the L SEE: Sheila & Raymond Austin
Thomas C. Strickland Springfield Funeral services were held Satur Gainesville; one step-son, J.R. Home. .. 'Tent GibbsNorman's
Chapel, Springfield, Ga. with Rev, day, March 30 at 11 a.m. at the Keene, High Springs; two step- The family of Irene M.
Bennie Dowdy officiating. Burial graveside in Mt.Zion Cemetery near daughters, Mary Lee Johnson,
was in Home Cemetery, Ga. Jones Lake Butler with Rev. Jacob Stuart and Mildred Keene, Morganton { ai .".18
Funeral of Starke is in chargeof Thomas officiating. Burial followed. N.C.; two sisters, Vera Ritchand {F .
local arrangements. Archer Funeral Home of Lake Bernice Thomas both of Lulu;22 > ______ _
Butler is in charge of arrangements. grandchildren; 19 great grandC Market
Bertie Lou CooperMrs. children. C!
Bertie Lou Cooper of Starke Emily M.C. Keene Funeral services were held Friday ] 11' U.S. 301 South 964-6071
died Wednesday morning April 3,at Mrs. Emily Missouri Crews March 29, at 2 p.m. in the New (
St. Vincent's Hospital,Jacksonville.Born Keene, 79 of Lake Butler died Zion Methodist Church near Lulu J "The Country Store For More"
and raised in Georgia, Mrs. Wednesday night, March 28 at the with Rev. Otis L. Page officiating. +
Cooper is the widow of the late Lake Butler Hospital after an extended Masonic Rites will be held at the < Open 8:30 om 7 Mon. thru Sat.
William E. Cooper. Illness. Born in Union County graveside. Burial followed at New > A pm
Survivors include four sons, Alvin where she was a lifelong resident.She Zion Cemetery. Archer Funeral (1 1,1i7, A
"Thomas" Cooper of Starke, Ray was a membedr of the Church of Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar C Compare Our Prices & Savelll
Cooper, Douglas Cooper and Ed- Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of rangements. I
ward Cooper, all of Jacksonville; Lake Butler Ic c
three sisters,Clara Elrod of Marietta Survivors include, two daughters, Quantity Rights Reserved.We Accept USDA Food Stamps
Aileen A.Randall _
Ga., Dora Joy of New Port Winnie Knight, Live Oak and Bar- __
and Ethel bara Mrs. Aileen Alvarez Randall, 83, :
Richey Hess of Jackson Douglas Lakeland; two sone
ville brother,Marvin of both of of Charlotte, N.C., died Sunday, 1
; one Barnes Roy Keene and Sidney Keene
New Port Richey; seven grand Miami; two brothers Harper March 31, following a short illness, '
children and three great grandchildren Crews', Lake City and Lloyd Crews, She Alvarez was,the former daughter of the late J.M.: 4:I [ APRI1 FOOLtSNUIflG51
Jacksonville; one sister, Ruth Ad- resident of Starke.
Funeral services will be held at Ip.m. dis, Greenville, S.C.; 17 grand- Survivors include one son, W.P. I
.Friday,April 5,at the Chapel of children; 27 great grandchildren. Randall, Jr. and one daughter, Lou ...
Randall Owenby eight grandchildren I .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Funeral service were held Satur- ; I '
Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Burial day, March 30, at 3 p.m. at the and three great grand I Whole or Butt Half .:: "'>'
will be in Jacksonville Memorial Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day children all of Charlotte, N.C. I .
Gardens, Archie Saints Lake Butler with Graveside services will be held I HAPPY -
Orange Park. Tan- near Bishop 1 .
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ner Funeral Home of Starke in Dale Smith, Elder Felton Smith and I
charge of arrangements. Elder W.W. Jordon officiating. pa.Memorial services will be held in .
Burial followed in Oak Grove Starke Thursday at 4 p.m.. Curry .g- I 7 i 'ws
Mrs.Annie J.Hudson Cemetery near Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Home of. Tampa in chargeof 1 <:
Mrs. Annie J. Hudson of Lawteywill Funeral Home of Lake Butler in arrangements.SPECIAL 99
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Survivors include, one sister Mrs. ;
Lou Emma Cromity, Lawtey; a Fryers ; Reef59C
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I Briefs- Keystone Heights area resulted in To Deposit or Not, Thomas Gerald Alderman, 23, of David Aderholt.
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News --- --...--- ----- the arrest of three men two of which Bradford County was arrested The plants, ranging in size from.
n were AWOL (unauthorized absence) That is the QuestionLocal March 31 for driving under influence to 8" tall,were pulled and destroyed.The .
from the U S. Navy. I couple question the wisdomIn according to Trooper D. C. patch was on state propertyand
The burglaries occurred In the making night deposits at Tillie.A Roberts Alderman's blood alcohol had been discovered earlier by a
Duval
In
Speeding Car Stopped about finally one pulled mile over south of Normandy County area of CK-315 and 214 and the Oak Saturday night incident at the content was .14 percent. He was crew on Pride from expected
"In Duval County Blvd. but the Lawtey patrol car had Forest vicinity, according to In- local 'Tillie' in Bradford Square had releaued after a $325 surety bond No arrests are the
vestigator Lt. Derry Dedmon. was posted seizure of the plants, said Aderholt.
residents
to been towed home, it blew up during wondering whether _
After BC Chase Arrested were James Alvin Mc-:
the chase, said Tillotson. Florida'National l ank real'.;- wants
identified Clenney, Jr., 19, of Keystone night deposits. Lee Roy Burton, 3 a, of Gainesvillewas
A crippled Lawtey patrol car had The driver of the Camaro, -
to be helped back after a high speed as Terry Lee Price of Jacksonville Heights; Arthur Eugene GavInJr.; While making a 10 p.m. deposit at arrested March 30 for driving News of Record
chase, but the driver of the speeding was arrested for driving while 20, U. S. Navy, Charleston, S. C. andJames Tillie, the couples' son and daughter. while intoxicated, according to Divorces in Bradford
Edward White, 18, U. S. in-law drove up and the family stoodat Trooper Roberts. Burton was released -
intoxicating
car was arrested in the next county Impaired by an
i last Wednesday.A beverage, and was booked into the Navy Charleston, S. C.DJmon their vehicles visiting, another after a $325 surety bond. was Marriages dissolved in Bradford
; northbound silver Camaro was Duval County Jail,He was also cited said Gavin and White had car load of friends pulled up and a posted. County during the month of March'
radar clocked at 84 mph in the 53 for the speeding violation. been listed AWOL from the Navy for short visit was interrupted by a city Included the following; .
about two-three weeks and had been officer who Walter Swindell arrested Ferris D. &Sara S.Wright
the the Lawtey police stopped next to was Wright
mph speed US-301 ,in During pursuit,
r' tone on
Lawtey, March Vat 10:50 according police car blew a pressurized oil line camping out in the woods, apparent, the vehicles. The-fleer left, the car April 1 for driving while license ,Judy A. Brady Leo F. Brady Jr.
to Lt. W. E. Tillotson.p.m.A ten which sent a stream of hot oil onto a ly "living off the"land and other peopie's of friends left but before the family suspended, according to Trooper B. Charles Eugene Crawford ft
minute took hot exhaust manifold causing an belongings. could leave the officer returned to A. Williams. Bond was set at $210, Shirley D. Crawford.
pursuit place at speeds
engine fire. Obvious damage was Taken from several summer ask for identification. Swindell was rleased on his own David L. Godsey & Geor&ia .M.
over 100 mph and the Camaro was
residences were such things as food said bank had recognizance. .
mostly to wiring and a few non- The officer the requested Godsey.
essential parts, but Interior damagewas camping gear, flashlights andmoney. the local police keep an eye Thomas Fennell JoAnn Fennell.
not known. The patrol car was Dedmon paid there,, could on bank property, which the familyin Alabama Man 'James Saunders. & Sharron
"Coming Soon"Jo towed back to Bradford County by possibly be more homes involvedthat question have no problem with, Saunders.
Thorntons wrecker for repairs. they are not aware of as yet. but why names and addresses where Arrested in Starke Fay Allison Rosier & Archibald. C.

j Ann's McClenney was charged on two there was no probably cause for Johnny Edward Sheppard 45, of Rosier. .
Three ArrestedIn counts of burglary and is being held suspicion? Alabama was arrested March 31 for John Timothy Wilson & CharlotteV. .
Gift in the Clay County Jail under a' Bank President J. E. Tomlinson aggravated assault according to Investigator Wilson. '.
Country Shop KII BurglariesA $3,004 bond. Gavin and White are be- said "we want people to use 'Tillie', David Aderholt. Danny Bass &,Norma Jean Bass.

rash of burglaries in the. ing held on one count of burglary. we were only concerned about Sheppard is charged with
under a $1,502 bond each. breaking and entering or suspicious threatening to do harm and had in
y s sssr. activity when we asked for the area his possession a .12 gauge shotgun at Hampton Egg Hunt
NOTICE'The to be patrolled. I really don't con- the Five Winds south on US-301.
u MAID FOR YOU sider that family 'suspicious look Sheppard was released on his own Set For SaturdayThe
ing' however." recognizance. Bond was set at City of Hampton is sponsoring
Gran Prix Dual Cassette The family said they probably will $2,000. an Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday,
h Stereo advertised on page return to deposit or withdraw with April e at the new City Park at 2 p.m.
Mold Service for Private Homes 11 of this week's TG&Y Safe 'Tillie'. Pot Plants Girl Scout Junior Troop SI are
Circular does not have
Available for Private Parties detachable speakers as Traffic ArrestsIn Found Cowing The preparing scouts the eggs will for be the event.
serving
r If Requested In Basic Maid UniformALL stated in the copy. We Bradford CountyThe A patch containing 337 marijuana refreshments Including cupcakes

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY apologize for this error and following arrests for traffic plants was found off CR-125 six miles baked by the Juniors and one
Inconvenience It
any may violations were made in Bradford west of Lawtey last Friday by the cadette.

Contact: Betty Jean Millsaps; B.J. Warren have caused. County during the past week by local Bradford County Sheriff's Depart Broome Leaders of the troop are Debbie '
authorities. ment, according to Investigator"Lots and Beverly Padgett.
: ((904)) 964-8020,- Starke, Florida'
{ TG'DlYFamily Drill from page 7

SPECIAL HOMES NEED SPECIAL'WOMEN
Until the team is fully equipped, of people don't realize the are given the responsiblity for
Centers any chemical assistance will have to need for these materials," said emergency management and services -
come' from outside the county Owen Pride, corporate communications with state assistance being
through mutual assistance manager for Seaboard System available when called upon.
1 agreements. Chapman indicated Railroad in Jacksonville. "Our
4 Every county is given"the require-
FOR RENT WANTED they are trying to obtain close proximity lifestyle would change without ment to have a comprehensive
{ Union suits and various patching kits .them." with
emergency management plan,
hand of Railroads haul around
have incase
to on an 70-percent
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR EXCELLENT INCOME FOR PART-TIME of all hazardous materials but Bradford county having the first
RENT Union County Times. 150 HOME ASSEMBLY WORK. for Info. call504.641.8003.xt emergency.It are plan In the state .which has been
involved in of the
should be noted that hazardous only 10-percent accidents -
County
broken down into functional
areas.
Main Street lake Butler. Phone 8401. 4tpd stated Pride.
materials are not the things ,
only The is set that
496-2261 for Information TFN plan up so a portion
C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWN Save up to $80 YARD SALE which could cause trouble in Brad- Tornado has been written especially for hurricanes -
Drill...
Ads.A.. mo. 13.000 miles a yoorl I PINES QUALITY ford County. Hurricanes flooding, and for every other of the
LIVING. Laundry Park Recreation. tornados, and forest fires have In preparation for, a mass seven recognized types of disaster
Car Pools, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE. SALE 1 1-mile. N. toward Raiford on 121. historically been the most disaster, Bradford participated in a which would likely occur in the coun-
See 79 Pinto $1500 72 Pontiac '
sign
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Reasonable. Sr 121 Lake Butler troublesome. Tornado drill March 3. There has ty. '
4962366. ufn 12/13 $500 Kerosun heater go. heater However, these don't seem grab been nine tornadoes in the county
upright freezer $75; gas range $50 the public's attention like the devas- since 1959,with the last one touching Future refinements and practices
washer machlno.aluminum ,
FOR SALE apt. size ladder$50, sewing, ketchen tion in Bhopal, India where down alongside SR-100 near New are planned as a way to improve thecounty's
lake Butler: pictures thousands died following a chemical River in 1983. inter-agency cooperationand
war., clothes book., puzzles,
FOR SALE BY OWNER 10 or 20 acre Call VickI 496-2261 peacans quilting blocks, yard goods, leak at an insecticide plant Tn Flo,.,,,. He t..1 ..nve..nts level of preparedness.

w/complete/ mobile home hook-up on fans, couch and love seat. 1-pd 4/4
Sr-121 4 miles North of LaCrosse. Call
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496-3939 or 462-3068 or nights -
4621595. 4-chg 31444SPINETCONSOLI
PIANO J
ARCAIN.Wanledi Responsible party \
to take ever low monthly payments on
spinet pI_. Can be seen locally.
Writ. Credit Manager P.O. Box 537 p.
Shetbyvllle. IN 4617*. 3-pd.J/7.-4/ll : f' ? .. ;,:&+ 't, '" '
TWO BEDROOM. ONI BATH HOMEon : "i : J" ,: : <
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tree shaded lot on SR 18 In Union Coun : : : ,"t; ". "
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AM bedroom, 2 bath hone fully carpeted r : :
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496-3939 near Worthington or 496-3fc8.] Springs.Evenings Call call462.1S95.4chg328 Sail into otir new office at Th'ifOa &

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HOUSEHOLD ITEMS FOR SALE Brass bed- "
king size (sun brass) complete w/firm ,
orthopedic' mattress set. never used '. .
still In box. Cost over 1.000 sell $385 YOU MAY SAIL OUT WITH '

cash. Call 269.2169.4-chg 4/4-25 : '
im F-150 4X4Black w/custom trim. ,
step-side standard a/c ps/pb am/fm "
cass. .t_.-tintad windows sliding ,
rear window; chroma rims on Q.78 A FREE CRUISE! tear. ,
mudders. Runs great looks better. ,
$6300. Call ((904)) 431.1280.2-peI 4/4-11 .
1911 DODGE St Regis 4 door. VS. I. ;- ;" \ ,

automatic ps/pb radio oc, and much .1. '. '. 1 ,,1 ,t t" '.'
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Call more.752-1044 Must see after to 5:30 appreciate.: p.m. 1-pd$4250.4/4 '.. '..;:,,::"'Ii/', Come help us celebrate our Grand Opening Week, and register to win a cruise ) ''1 '

automatic 1971 DODGE and PICKUP much 6 more.cyl. slant Good 'r. .1"i._:. ', ;'. Opening Week, April 1-5. aboard Commodore Cruises' "La Boheme"sail-t'.' ;.,." ',* :: }

cond. Must see to appreciate. $1950. '. Our new office next to The Oaks Mall is open ing to Key West.Port Antonio and Cozumel, ) :; 'f! !

1976 Call AUDI 752-1044 100114 after cyl 5:30 fu.llnlectad.p.m. air ,.; for business, and we want you to. help us'cele Mexico. Enter as often as you like. ','. ,/ ,'.' .

conditioning psb console automatic. brate. Our new office is easy to find -: ..it'son Other great prizes, too.At the Oaks office only, : 1.
radio new tires, orlg. paint, clean Inside ,
and out. See It you'll buy It. $2200. Newberry Road, just west of the mall- you can register to win more exciting prizes, ." /, f ,'

Call 752.1044 after 5:30 p.m. ., with of free and including Fisher VCR Uniden cordless telephone "
14 Ft. VIE BOTTOM ALUMINUM BOAT plenty parking convenient a ; ,

6:00 Motor: p.m.1-chg and Trailer. Call 496-2062 after ..' ?{Y'/; drive-in windows. ; Krups 10-cup coffeemaker; Magnavox

1979 FORD TRUCK F 150. 4X4. loaded. "' '. Of course, you'll also find a full range radio/cassette recorder; and GE Spacemaker .

-sharp wheels $3700. Call 4963107. ',, commercial electric knife. ..1.
I-pel 44FURNITUU : of services for your personal and

cellMt cond.1 Traditional 1 Queen Ann sofa sofa$140$185 OIC' ',' '. .. needs, including checking, savings, lending, Free gifts for new accounts. \ ttc .,

also .fehlte oval shape breakfeast set .. ,,' "' LEVERAGE LINE pre-authorized line of Open a new checking "k .:

over Maas ittuffed I Brothers chairs$100 excellent w/rollers cond.from '" :. ., ; credit, and much more. account with a minimum ;: ,

Call 496-3602. after 4:30.: ''1-chg 4/4 i So and of .' "
,,: ,." stop by see us during' ; y ,t tr
'I''' ''' Grand Week. And $500 and. :
INSURANCEMAINES
," our Opening 1.j'
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Lak. Avenue INSURANCE, Lake AGENCY Butler 496-3978.160 S. 1 already a Florida Federal handy Tuck Away :' .

Complete Insurance.Service..TFN. : ';'.." 1 ', customer, now's a good totebag by Gemline. il.

REAL ESTATE .; ; time to become one! Or deposit $1,000 or 'I(

There are 90 offices more; to any qualified, a: ; ;, I
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I LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTYT .
tf I don't have it. I'll find It. Just throughout the state, and savings plan, and ,

I ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR. take of all financial receive a set of four beverage I'N
can care
t .you your
496-2126 or' 496-2 Union County Realtor." 6/04 tfn '. :'.f', transactions at any one of them. glasses etched with your NEWBEAAVROAO HOSPITAL. \
Like Brick Home. 3 BR, 2 BA. ? Q OAxB '
All
New ,
family room two Inside utility rooms f ; Register to win a 7-day cruise to/Mexico! Come initials. (Limit one gift per r MAIL j1 j1J.

i .central yard.heat/air 160 N.E.double 9th Ave.carport.Lake Butler.Owner /fenced -. J. ," /: ," ,into one of the offices listed below during Grand acCciu_mt,while supplies l last.Florida )r. \

\ financing. 1..70.2-chg: ',' ,. .
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deal; 2" or 4" wells, wat.epumps '. .
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tanks" fields and *''!u'i>. ''I &...: ; ., .' "Uh' \ 'r
r home poles available. All work ; 11-f!.ti!" ( ; :'. :, ',\ ; 1' : t':1: .., '\ ( ';" : .' I't.: .. ; <<

275-2131.guaranteed UFN call 9/1 Tommy Dorman, ', ;. !, i 'I141.' ,: ". ,f.,)>;", l'Th.' .Oaks office 6707 Newberry Road Gainesville; ,, FL 32605 ((904)i) 375-2700 J"',, ',1 .' "' ,I

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LOSTFOUNDWEIMCRANU ... '\: "i' ,i./i ". ", r"q"' Drive-in open 8:30: a.m.-4 p.m.Mor\-Thurs.8>30a.m.-6p.m.Fri. i", ,.:. '" I _., ;'.':'.' .,, l'' 1' t
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:+ 121 .and 100.. Has cloth collar; ( ffi' 1 Win a a 7-day cruise to Mexico! Register at any one,of these Florida Federal offices before.April : : ;
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The court granted a motion to otthatOrdlnanceatterhealledgwily owner has. been given and unless __ ___
dismiss the information challenging dumped garbage outside the dumpsite said litter will not cause a public
the consitutionality of Bradford ,failed to disclose in what county nuisance or be in violation of any
County Ordinance. 76-2 at a hearing his garbage was picked up and other state or local laws, rules orregulatlon.
March 27.Bradford. refused to pay the fees required by .
County Judge George H. the county. The Bradford County Ordinance Motors
Pierce found the Ordinance as hated Section 12-46. Prohibited Actsc tracts verbatim Florida Section Terwillegar
in the Code as Chapter 12 to be so )In addition,it shall be unlawfulfor 403.413 (4c:), that law has not been
'vague and ambiguous in that it does any person to throw, discard, ruled unconstitutional,said the state f
not define "prior consent" or place or deposit garbage or refuse as attorney's office.
"public nuisance." herein defined in any manner' or The state attorney intends to ap
The Slate of Florida charged amount whatsoever on any private peal the ruling by Judge Pierce
Thomas E.. Perryman with violation, property unless prior consent of the alternately charging Perryman.


I Four Sentenced in Bradford Circuit CourtAt WM

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a hearing on violation of probation five years probation by Judge received jail time with credit for. IIiIIlII
William Frazier entered a pleaof Green. time served while awaiting disposition
guilty to carrying a concealed Williams 22, of Lawtey was ar trial and time in restitution
firearm and was sentenced March 25 rested October 14 with Ismael center in Jacksonville. Over1,000,000. in Used Cars & Trucksto
to 30 months in the Department of Rivera for burglary and grand theftof
Corrections. the drive-in theatre south of Nolan L.Woodburn was placed on be sold at a Great Savings to our
Frazier was arrested August 13, Starke and other burglaries.He pled probation for IS years with special
1982 at lola Little Cafe with a .25 guilty to burglary and was sentenced conditions for the charge of ag customers. Financing Available.
calibre semi-automatic by city by Judge Green. gravated battery. .
police.On April 11.1983.Frazier was Woodburn was arrested October
placed on probation for three years Kevin Griffin was sentenced to 30 26 for burglary and aggravated bat
violation of that probation returned months in DOC violation of pro- tery after he threatened to kill the
him to the court system where he bation.Griffin was sentenced to one victim,striking her in the head with 84 RV Van
year in a restitution center and four his fist,with a gun in his possession.. Chevy 83 Ford Mustang
was sentenced to jail time. years probation Oct.31,1983 after he according to the police report. One Fully equipped with all the Converflble.Acollectorslremlow
of the conditions of the goodies,low miles
pled guilty to aggravated battery.A special probation miles.All the equipment.
Ernest Williams was adjudged violation of that probation sent Griffin requires Woodburn to stay Save Thousands SAVE BIG
guilty,of burglary and was placed on back to circuit court where he away from the victim.
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2,900 ;10,900

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The Board of Directors 1984 MazdaPickup 1983 Mustang
1983
Chevy Convertible

of Bradford Hospital, Inc. 5,495 S-10 $11 ,700
1984 Ranger $5,495

cordially Invites 1983 Chevy S10(4x4)
5,295 1983 Chevrolet / ( )
J Ton With Topper

the public to the 1984 Pickup Mazada $6,495 Flat Bed '9,895

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Topping Off Ceremonyon 5,495 1983 Ford
... 1983 Crown Victory Escort
1983 Ford Ranger Loaded Clean

the new Grey & Red '9,4 9 5 $5,395
6,495
Patient Care
Facility .. .....
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,,\ "\ 85 Nissan Pickup 79 Ford CourierCustom

: Thursday, April 4,1985 Custom Custom Conversion Kit SAVE SAVE SAVE
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; 10 :am;" \' r" ; J. $9,500

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Bradford Hospital, Inc.,Is a member of Santa Fe Healthcare Systems Inc.

1982 MOO 1983 Marquis Mercury, 1983 Ford LTD II

$3,995 8,495 7,495


A-' WO' 1982 Ford 1983 Mercury 1982 Chevrolet

496-2648 7:30-6:00: p.m. Escort Marquis Pickup

4C'( ..f.- Sat tit,3:00: p.m. $3:895$57in495: : 4,900


..... I"0 1982 Ford EXP 1978 Toyota 1979 F-250

":'i ATNEW ,. 4,995 $37095: $6:895:


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RIVER :: 81 CJ5 Jeep 83 Ford Ranger

4 x 4 Yellow
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;:'i.1Easter SAVE SAVE SAVE .
SAVE SAVE SAVE
((SR 100 Union-Bradford County Line) e.
$5,895 $5995

Specials


Bunnies Chicks 1981 Cadilliac 1978
Plymouth
Eldorado 1979 Chev Nova

IN NOW 50 Ibs. Fertilizer 6-6-6 & 10-10-10 'rCi O 2,895 '1,995 Volore


Veg. Plants Veg. Seeds Bedding, Flowers 1981 Datsun 1979 Ford Pinto 1978 Ford Mustang

4 x 4 $1 ,8 9 5 : Rebuilt engine to restoreMake ,great car

!MIIIP/.f fitp "A Feed For Every Need" $4,495 1978 Toyota Offer!!

1980 Ford ,\ land Cruiser 1976 Gremlin.

50 Ib.. Cattle Cubes .,. ,'. 4.75 Bronco 4 x 4 $1,895'
3i", 5,995 3,795
50 Ib. Mid-State Creep Feed 5.25 rr
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eS p' Jled 1978 Ford 1988 Dodge
Ranger
ooalhr;,3 50 Ib. Pig & Sow-Pellets .' 6.30 ". iDS I,s 1980 2BOZ Datsun F-100 Window Van

'S t., PPfi 50 Ib. Pig Finisher . . 5.99 .20 7,595 $3,395 1,595

50 Ib. Rabbit Feed . ..,. 6.35 r L/I11/led each

50 Ib. Scratch . . . 6.15 Ii (USED YOU'VE GOT TO SEE THEM....

GARS DRIVE THEM..ATCome

$ 5.7 5 Plus Horse Feed ((10 Formulas:) $5.90

12% 14% .--- -- see Byron, Clyde, J.R.: "Jim" Lawson, Tom Roundtree,

& 8-7 I Ir Bill Epps, Jimmy Epps or Barry Haefele in Keystoneerwillegar
Blue Ribbon Equine

I''' All Grain "Sweet Feed"

with vitamin mineral supplement Motors

10% Plantation 5.50 ,

BLUE RIBBON,' ., 496-2648 E 81 964-7200 371.1096 388-FORD 473-FORD

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