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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1983
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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,, com nied by thunderstorms and strong wink Tw.$eloas ,
: A SO percent chance of showers was also predicted for today (Thursday, SICTION At
.' March 17) adding a bit more to the u Inches of rian already measured here .,, ee K'
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i Saturday and Sunday will remain partly cloudy with mild temperatures, 5Seats..r ti;. ..4 )ye. 461,
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I Getting off to a wet start, 1983/ has already brought 11.63 inches of rain to, .... .+,,a "ose r
I Starke and vicinity, building the water table up to where each new shower .
adds sogginess! that 1 Is delaying land preparation for spring planting. UGTMN ar ;
I Strawberry growers are"scrapping a few"and predict: light production to t .ds." .. .. .. k..: eia.l I The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of H&sven104th

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'1!. .dtysig1Q"; ; $2.9' Million Bon .,,pea:sane r tt k for Utility Improvements I IA



contract to sell $2.0 million In revenue certificates to power,'thus enabling the city to buy power from as y'cub-:); t subtracting a 2.5 percent marketing and management fee The city has benefited by waiting until the present timeto
, the bond underwriting firm of rishec:; Johnson,' Allen side source via the statewide power! grid.It will enable the\ for Johnson's firm and a $320.000 reserve f\llld.\ 'Johnson sell the bonds but now is the time to move Johnson told
i Burke. of St.PeteJ,1J1I\itJ: was-approved Tuesday' night,S city to sell to outside sources' the excess' power 1R !; said he expects the issue to sell at 97.347 percent of par the council although admitting be doesn't know what the
'1 March 15; by the city commissioners' 'Starke. some hours of the day. basJtt: "* value.It Interest rates will do In the near future.
The $2.44 million construction fund to be realized from The contract sigTuesday night assures the leaves the city with a first year payment of $319.900,
i the sale of the revenue certificates! will pay for BUrke's t 9.2$ interest rate on the more long-term bonds. ,A $H&'1 Including 15 months interest. First annual payment will be Encouraged by Johnson's presentation and Starke'ssuperior
I propoll8ll parallel electrical interconnection with Florida million City of Tampa bonds recently sold at 9.373. Stark "# i' due July 1,1984, the last July 1,2003. Highest annual pay- voted position in comparison to Tampa the council:
, Power Ught, aDd for the city' 2S percent share of the bonds are fully Insured which gives them a triple-A rating:;' (, ment will come In 1998 at 320212.Lowest payment will be Charles 5-0 jo approve the motion of veteran Commissioner
sewer system improvements now underway, including on the bond market and makes them more attractive to;; in. 1999 at$313,112. the Schaefer. Utility Committee chairman, to ap-
improving efficiency of the treatment, plant and stopping buyers, 'explained bond underwriter Bill Johnson f-; t The bond issue closing Is set for April 4 in Tampa. prove contract for the sale.
I leaks in sewer lines'. Fisher Johnson, Allen & Burke who was in Starke Tue1..' Mayor Vernon Silcox and Clerk Nell Tucker will travel The commission will meet again Monday March 28, at 7
". Water and sewer:service rates have already been day night for the signing of the contract. j'*\' down to meet with underwriter Johnson and an agent p.m. to approve the bond resolution and some amend-
i substantially Increased by the city commission to pay for Average effective Interest rate of the Issue Is 8.7949'percent. from a New York: banking firm. Once Mayor Silcox signs ments to the bond ordinance which the Insurance company -
, that portion of the bond paymen Certificates maturing early; therefore carrying',; the bonds, which will require several hours and some 600 wants inserted. Johnson said he could sell
I An electricity rate increase..' somewhere between less risk, will sell for five percent, and the rate gradual. I Ito ; of his signatures the bonds will be live. The money will be ing the bonds on that premise and said the
" H-cent to one-cent per'kilowatt hour; is In the offing to 9.25 percent'on later, maturing certificates?-in ,theu'y transferred that day said Johnson. contract don't dlsburb him.
, make the bond payments on the electrical system Im 20-year issue Johnson said. 'VtfN' .Johnson advised selling the bonds now,telling the council The reserve fund will make at least one payment on the
I provements. I believe it Is not only a good bid,but an excellent fJ J.r J he feels Interest rates may have bottomed out.Johnson Issue, and the city might be able to earn as much as
The parallel electrical Interconnection with FPL'wl t'ble.tbe >Johnson told city commissioners. ,." repeatedly termed the current 'condition of the bond $180,000 interest on the reserve funds over,an 18 year
I City of Starke to,both: receive and transmit, The$ {.44 million. construction fund" was arrived at" aftet.. ", market as turning"squlrrelly," and "topsy-turvy." period.

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Hundreds of thousands ., dollars of equipment IUd a crew of around 50 The equipment was set up on Walnut Street In Starke last Saturday afternoon I
was on hand to film the three commercials: .for McDonalds. this week In. at the former Wise home now owned by Morris and Sharon Williams.
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'4S It was a strange sight..41\movie cameras, operating on Walnut. Street in, Most of the Harmony Pictures people were from Los Angeles, some were I
d: ri rr Starke. from Gainesville and one lady was from New York. I
P a w'a Even the old-timers can't recall any such doings around here. One Starke native. Robin Warren Akers works for Harmony in I
:,4, t'v"7 i But this week a California movie company came to Starke to film parts of Gainesville. It was through Ms. Akers that the film crew ended up In Starke. I
three commercials for McDonalds. I' The camera crew was from Atlanta. But all the crew worked for Harmony,
People walking on Walnut Street In Stark Saturday would askb"What. Is which Tyson described as a national concern. ,
'ti going on?What are they doing?" r Tyson: said the crew was looking for a new talent pool and original people. '
One of the 45 or SO persons in the filming crew, unfailingly polite and patient California Is over-used, he explained.
with local residents,would explain the company was filming commercials Clant Cohen of the Leo Burnett agency was along to see that the scenes
k for McDonalds. The questioner would nod agreement, but the puzzled were being filmed the way the advertising agency had written them.
expression would remain. .' '. Boss over the actual filming was director Rob Lleberman, who Robin
1 Harmony Pictures of Los Angeles, Calif has a contract from Leo Burnett Akers describes as "very famous." Lieberman directed the full-length ,
r Advertising to make the three one-minute commercials entitled "No Place feature film "Table for Five" starring Jon Voight and soon to be shown

Like Out" "Slumber Party," and "Camp Nlppersink." Gainesville.
Saturday morning the crew was shooting in the garage of Mrs. Gladys Lieberman has directed some 50 or 80 McDonalds commercials according
}e, ,, Weldon on Walnut Street In Starke. The scene there was Iwo young boys onbicycles to Cohen.
with fishing gear. Cohen wouldn't divulge the budget of the three commercials, though he
Saturday afternoon the crew moved just down the street to the front porch said they are "not.cheap." McDonalds makes 450 commercials a year,
of the former Wise homo now owned by Morris and Sharon Williams and Cohen said.
rented and occupied by Larry and Sharon Roe. Scene there was a mother' To a novice observer of film making it seemed that moat of the film crew
-5- coming out the front door asking her son where ha was going. The son was was standing around doing mostly nothing. There was usually a beehive of
w '''!/ also filmed rushing out the door with fishing tackle. Another scene shot on activity around the director with five or six people carrying and fetching for
1"'" 0'1".#."" Church Street had the youth riding a bicycle,filmed as he rode right behind acal" him. Cohen explained the crew was needed when it was time to move the
the trunk, huge equipment truck, the $600,000 boom camera truck and the half dozen
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In the Weldon Garage... In the late afternoon. film crew ended the day at Long Bridge at the other vehicles used to carry crew and equipment.
{Director Rob Ltebermaa,right, sad an assistant thread line through a rod Bradford-Union line where they shot the boys fishing. A caterer was hired to feed the crew snacks in the morning and lunch.
and reel.they seta a scene la the garage of Gladys Weldon.The frost people -. This week the crew at Strickland's Landing on Kingsley Lake. Lieberman would get behind the camera and set each scene up,practicing
the also shot at O'LeaoState park, various repeatedly as he looked through the lens.Then the camera crew would complete -
' had picked the 8.G. Denmark garage across the street but light Scenes for the commercials were
wssnt right Saturday moral and Lteberma moved across the street. reatdeneea In Gainesville, and McDonalds In Gainesville. the scene. First a man with a light meter would take multiple
Some 1,"" persons were Interviewed In Gainesville for roles In the three": ? 2,000 people were interviewed in Gainesville and 40 were chosen to appear readings, then artificial lighting would be used with klieg lights run from a
commercials and 40 chosen The ctiUdre of several local families were. In,,, In,the commercials, according to Production Manager Thorn Tyson. from portable generator. Finally the camera man would'shoot the scene until
Out.scene.'shot at Strickland's.Landing at Kingsley Lake this week. .... Lieberman was satisfied with it. .


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\ ,,Riverside,tnifonn'has been tnvite4 :members ,Gus f Kopelousos, Bill ,engineering 'firm of Bessent. :Ham-1' ;staff'which administers the cuty's '. BMS Archery Classes....
ti' to negotiate a sewer' and water im-' Wilson, and L.M. Games talked the city mack flu Ruckman the firm of which I HUD grant are looking into two different Stud.nts 'at the local middle -.
.;/ t act fee now placed at'' 960,700 bY'e council.Into temporarily passing 1 engineer Lucas U a member. \ areas of the city for next year'sgrant
engineer Jim Lucas, but the, the fee,fearful that it would cause the: Commissioner .Charles Schaefer, application., school learn'the Ins' and

m r is on the back burner until the then tact-minute agreement with chairman: of Urn Utility Committee, One" is another section of Reno outs of archery.Junior : SATVItDAY. .
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\ vi at Its Feb.unable meeting, but the;" impact. mat the fee for Riverside.the DevelopmentAuthbrty ; Commissioner with the entire Jimmy city commission.Crosby asked .NW SMrke pan behind the Dairy Queen ,, ; 'v '.".... .. w...... ....,
were to get together pnomtoo r and north of the county courthouse. a '......... toC
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; forlbs March$ meaning as planned. .;!would! guarantee'the impact engineer a ,
Material being gathered to Justify ......WWMM'S Cbh
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has been sen* ) ," the oty coountsaioQ Issued a ,, can assessing
'{'spending federal monies, Lucas said.itofWay'Problem ; so etas ed .......
i 1:511cox:! [ : Jot; another ry. a. ...building 'permit foe Riverside ,.*impact! fees..Notlnd the Riverside'Umform ,;Miss.Pafl.ant -'
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ttie tea ;' 'Uniforms' new"plallt'PI\; Edwards.. .t! plant is the city's first larger .' ,J '1, ," S J)
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: Charles ffichiefer,Jim'. ;Road in south Starke. :; industry Commissioner Crosby said 1| '
r .uC't BMoiing presentedj : Since the Oct.,31, city t commission be doesn'twant! to fit through the' I, On McCoUum Street :'Swimminglesson..fior'babies. des Wrfmrt $I.spw..d .'
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: Put of the work in the Reno area ttaffc IMfwm
, .WM Rived ',Uniform',hail < not.been mentioned commission Is"'going through with HUD Is Ap.w'1"i, program to ], .r '
,4 ".UnlformJ, + asked ,Ii H be dMMi under the lam grant s.Nhm T..as
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the engineer to racbdM !the'' publicly Tale plant is now complete toAvlHprove, MeCollum Street pre-schoolers' how to hove -
t aDd ,make owtab, the. , '? :. ," :enfUBv Jim Lucas told the 1ASTI..IAUYAllDIAtI.
" .'*" fun the sate this:sum-JJ,
are correct. boa reflgureifUM. fee.ST; I mine I Impact" ; 'woy I
i impact fee haa'atready! : :' been ;IJ'That jjumber' ta not 'etched I In' Lucas MM be can'preamt the coun-i: OMFprebtem is, the city Lucas doesn't'own said mer... v ';(ht ''Uwtoy twnrfy Wv*'
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.....*, .-. Engineer LuejMsaid. ,Lucas told the council Feb.,.U..ThAflnrecan .Crosby said thecnniM BBlmi needs, \t i Tftsry Brown and surveyor Pat .News BrMs... ,it ",' 10 ,.. ,.;: .
.,r'' ..?*.1'.11' hewed flgwes suppttsd byrliws'aide go up. or down said,the jeesai. to., : "T.-L"m.-t; ,.,... .Wektn en the proh4ans.+ -1'h.. "altos,' nsvvaifiuiii, foal lt ." : ..
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Program of the U.S. Elementary and The entire! $0.7JOIJ prtgrgtt?;its
Secondary Education Act Is doing \11 i i eluding;"a '(ioordWatorVf" *U5 ,* \'
This year 436 students In the Bradford -),:ty, teachers,:and even wm, CMWrwtai*!, ;
rT'j rt kk school system qualified for'the. ,space la funded! with federal mon jr.|.
Chapter I programs conducted in1, : \ J :.
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{ ; T s yrd"r Chapter I program. A first grade Student : eligible .. ,
who scores 49 percentile or belowon ,
*ntitt(, ;# t the pre-reading* tests -on the Coordinator' il:. Myrna Lou'?Rah*''
4 44 '' '.a, tJ California Test of Basic Skills (CTBS) 'whose office is In- the'school' administration ,
Is qualified for the extra reading instruction building1' across from
under Chapter'I. In grades Bradford High on North Temple Ave.:
2-3 any student scoring 40 percentileor Teachers in the Chapter I programare
.dig, 'J below in reading on the CTBS is hired by the principal of. each
4 eligible, and In grades 4-5 those who school. '. *' %' .
Score' 30 percentile or below on ,Chapter I teachers this year are:, i
reading on theCTBS, are eligible. Brooker Elem. Mrs. Joan Watnon.'

Pupils attend Chapter I classes In 'Zimmerman.Hampton Elem.: Mrs. 'Earselene.. ..1.
small groups, a maximum of seven
students Lawtey Elem.: Mrs.'Nancy.Deis ,
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minutes daily.Fourteen mark and Mrs. Doretha Wilson; :' "
Southside Elem. Mrs. SongsBaldree
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Mrs. Dee Canova Mrs. Alice
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program. Starke Elem.: Robert Austin, Mrs.
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Elem.: Schools the teachers go to Anna Freeman, Mrs. Debbie Hull.
Miss Virginia Raulston, Mrs. Kathy
regular classrooms, get students out,
..... ...1,' and escort them to a portableclassroom' Vaughan, Mrs. Suzanna Williams. ,I''
bought, with federal During February the 14 Chapter ';
Chapter I Teachers... ; monies. At the smaller outlying teachers invited parents to meet and-;
talk about their child's reading. Conference >
!982-83 teacher In the federally funded Chapter I program are I-rh Back row. Virginia Raulston. Doretha Wilson Program Coordinator Myrna 'schools Brooker, Hampton, and Day was Feb. 15 and *!;\'
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Brooker City Council electedC.J. the election is not required to be held fire station, park community center ii,, learning a lot from the class, it's been
Stalnaker as its new chairman, within a certain timelength.The and pump house and must be mowed f real benef'clal. Everyone could at-
Gene Melvin as its new 'vice- ordinance will be advertisedand on alternate weeks from' April tend and get something out of it," laid
chairman and Joe Tolleson as Its new the final decision on the approvalwill through October. '"<, j Councilman Joe Tolleson.
fire co-ordinator at its regulariTTfeting be made at a later date. r
on March 7.: Newly elected coucilman Claude In February action the council: ,*** '< The possibility of acquiring ownership
The council also voted to move the Prescott and re-elected J.C. Harrell of the iretruck currently on loan f
tine of its regular meetings from 7 were sworn-in at the home of Councilman Voted to accept Forest Drawdy as from the.county instead of having to 4
p.m. on the second Tuesday of every Harrell where' he is meter reader. His bid was $85 per.: pay the.estimated $400 to put' the.
month<< : to 7:30 p.m. on the second recuperating from a mild heart- month 'to fulfill all contract requirements ; \.transmission in the old truck
Tuesday of every month, beginning attack. Both Harrell and Prescott which include;installing,;, '
with the meeting on April 12. 'were unable to attend the special new meters, turning off meters as The' new bases are In at the, r
The council voted to adopt on first meeting on March 1 when re-elected needed and reading meters once aA' .ballfleld'and the construction of the
re4ding an election ordinance which Councilman C.J. Stalnaker, Mayor month. > '.gf: ,,v concession stand is going well. The
will allow election returns to be can- Blake ..Hamilton. Marshal,, Tommy I.fc.tournament has been rescheduled, for
valised\ at th ..!1 S(* War meeting of Rauleratm! ,and Clerk Linda Robinson' Voted to purchase 04-bases for, cfiA 14.. ..:.t1.,"C4, .-.'..:: .
th4'city Ie nciLflr 4i: Days off, were sworn-in. 'the ball field. The funds.had previously -: I "" ,,
th{ electiod! whichever come*,firstJ ''I 1 been budge ed'by he ounciKfor" 5 he price of laughters'{ uniforms.glas a
In the past, returns have been canvassed In other action, the council:. that purpose. '. : almost doubled. It was estimated t
within one week of the elec i t that the two uniforms needed by the i
tion. Voted to continue to retain At- 'Voted to put a light on an existing ,department would be $230 each. Bids .
Newly elected councilmen will take torney Roger Blinn for 1983. The at- pole behind the C.J. Stalnaker house, )of $400 each have been made, but in .
office at the end of the canvassing. torney's rates for outside work (other of the increased cost the purchase '
Elections will be held on the third than attending meetings) went up Voted to purchase a new fls&light i I I.: must be made since the department '. ,
Tuesday in February in the future, to from $40 to$50 an hour in the new con- for Marshal Raulersonf I i} only has three or 'four uniforms ""!" "" ', ',\ .- ..
prevent elections from falling on the ,tract. The fee for attending the rand several members.
same night as the regular meeting. meetings will remain at $35 an hour Also discussed at the March meeting ; The council members' decided to Brooker Council Gets Sworn la.., ....q..q.1
Jn the event of a vacancy on the were: I !'pay$5 each to buy half a page in the Tour members of the BrOok City Council were sworn In at"'. special}.. ,
cobncil 14 months prior to the end of Voted to accept bids for mowingthe *Brooker Elementary School Annual meeting. Standing (I....)>> are Marshal Tommy Raulerson and Clerk L"...
the term, the mayor must announce a grass on city property up until the *Firefighting classes are meeting for this year. The money will come Robinson,Posted! are\Mayor Blake Hamilton and re-elected Councilman C4.4
special election to fill the vacancy, next regularly scheduled meeting. every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the .from their own resources, not. from Stalnaker. _j_ '
Blinn but that This includes the hall fund. ,,;ji"dot1.\.
but Attorney pointed property city Brooker,Community Center. "We are ,the general ;1 ,
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p.m. Special speaker will be Bro.Ray Tina, and Barbara Harris,John Haga /;night guests of their parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Elsie Norman attended her Strickland 'in:-AlachusisCfeiiMaal:!
Llndsey of Tampa.PERSONALS and Jenny Haga. Mrs. Truman Norman. aunt Mrs.Lillie Boree's 83rd birthday'party Hospital im'aaloesvilleIJOuti Mr. and Mrs. George Roller'spent a Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Hilliard'visited ,on by. hersson March 12, which noon. ..noil'JMrsxoBfendandPnwatt '- :.r
: week with their'son-in-law and her mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders' :was given and daughterinlaw cftSaft-k*
Newsby Deepest sympathy of the community daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cristine Str- x>n Wednesday morning March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Boree of MId- spent Sunday/ "witfthorgrandpantatfa,
is extended to Mrs Mildred Teston inger of Panama City; fa ,Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons dleburg. Mr. and MrsiFleam 8Laito\ nasob'
Elizabeth Terry Brown, Mrs. Earl Teston and :Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr* Genelle Underwood and son of Mr.. and Mrs. Jim McCarteftatorif
phone 782-3300 and Mrs. Lonnie Teston because of Palatka spent Sunday afternoon, Feb ,h her-la-laws Mr. and Mrs, Green. Cove Springs;, spent the' Knoxville, Tenn. came down to their ",
the death of Mrs. Mildred Brown's 27, with their mother; ,Mrs. O.J. _orge Kelly weekend with her parents Mr. and son's, JImMcCarleycJtr,4wedaling to '
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: husband, Clarence Brown, of Orlando. Anders. i> Mr.,and Mrs Robert H. Kelly and Mrs Earl Prevatt. SC Miss Tammy WtUcersonidn! K dJY.
First Baptist Church started their Our prayers are with them. obbie were Sunday dinner guests of ,FriendsfofMrs.! .', Steam\, Starling' His brother4 law and; statetn.vMr.
Bus Ministry on March' 13. No. 1 bus Friends of Warren Boatright regretto ,_ j, and Mrs. -J.-D. Kelly: Other regret to f learn that me -:Is just and MrsjoJerrjniHal: MrtrftvlMMr.
brought in nine riders; No. :2 brought Miss Sheila Haga entertained Fri learn that he is in the Veterans members of the family participated. 'recuperating.from, a-,'nail'';ladder Mandy and Mrs., Cindy Jackson andson
In,23 riders. day evening March 4, with a brithday Hospital In Tampa. Our prayers are 1'I and daughter, Eddie '
weiner roast and bon fire. Those pre with him. !; Mrs. :Connie Mosley and her 'operation. She was able to come home Camp l.ejeune, N.C.and an1iltI: '
Grace United Methodist Church sent were: Richard Krider, Terrie Mrs. Elsie Norman spent Thursdayuntil daughter-; Tammy of MaxvlUe,spent .Thursday. Our' prayers are with aunt, Mr. and Mrs. .Wa : ,
will have a Clean-Up day on Saturday Wilkerson, Rhonda Manning, Victor Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Friday, night with tier parents,Mr. her. Jr. also attended the we March 26, all day. Plan now to come and Shannon Higglnbotham, Mike Lassie Starling of Jacksonville.She is and Mrs: Harold Eunice. Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach were from Cuaeta.'Ala.kP*:,.(t
and Join us. Everyone welcome. Prevatt, Mike and Melissa Starling,. much better. j Etev and Mrs. Delbert King andfamily was Tuesday dinner, guest of his Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling of 'I
First Baptist Church will host a Nancy Teston, Rhonda Norman, Mr and Mrs; Reggie Norman'of were Sunday dinner guests. of aunt Miss. Elizabeth' 'Terry. Theyvisited. Brycevilla spent Saturday,with their
revival March 21, beginning at 7:30 Brian Prevatt Scotty Anders. Frank- Ichtucknee Springs were Friday over- Mr.and Mrs. Robert Lee. her sister; Mrs. C.E. :mother; Mrs. Fleam Starling- '"> :

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Advance Fair ', ',"' :1'1",

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ride tickets for the upcoming .. !
Bradford County Fair are supposed Yard ," ." "
to go on sale for 3 for fl today .
(Thursday'March 17). at all county Tractor ,
schools and the Chamber of Com-

merce In Starke.At D
Spectacular
the fair tickets for rides will cost "
75! cents each, says Fair Manager Bill "
Wilson. Wilson says he has ordered ",
$30,000 worth of tickets and has con-
vinced the midway manager than one
ticket will be admittance to any ride. 16-Hp :Yard Tractor-
The fair runs this year April 6-9. It v
was moved back one week so it.will 5-Speed TransaxleOnly. ,,"
run after Easter. ,
Initial event of the fair will be the .
crowning, of the ,1983 Strawberry
Queen the night-or March 26 in the' 99995: "
Bradford High auditorium.
The Rotary Club's RuralUrbanDay \12f.
will again be an event of the .
IF'r.
opening day of the, fair. Tickets for a ;Sa e"300.D v, r tt
chicken dinner will be$2.50. Proceedpwill 6,4
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RVw' ,, .
go to the Rotary ScholarshipFund.
I4AgeflerOUs
The midway will be the same.lASt Model 52084 portion tender,
rt
year, Johnny s United.A ,""golden brown oysters, served
drainage project is under way at .Smooth twin cylinder performance. electric ;3 i with fresK creamy cote stow.crlsp .- ; I
the fairgrounds- U8-301.nortb of mower decks, bile, dozer blade and Easy-Care pkacupt8yI erfft 1 '
made
Starke. Wilson says be hopes to have ; frepch h0rn
that complete by the fair opening.The Special Hoavy-Outy! Engine ;tmpIe k witter Jtawn0. ciiStarke hush puppies and, r ,
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fairgrounds are in prettr.goad' cocktail sauce?
shape now. Wilson says but it we
have one'of. our tames Bradford ; -
County downpours no drainage '
system'wilt be adeq at*.'%, .' .' Power Equipment
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All 99 'Of the 'fair booths' anTvotd. ,
There-will be.45 to 50 steers in the ,322 Walnut Street
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Starke Council Moves to. Annex :'t




,.., 369-Acre MrportlProperty, on 301-5 I


Annexation of the 368-acre former come up with $1.3 million. The city Voted to ask: bids on woriu an'.
airport property on US-301 has been has title to the property, compensation,fire coverage on all ci-

commissioners. ty buildings, and police and firemen
111 In other action, the council: benefit policy. The policies on each of
"It be
might to the city's advantage the three
to 'take it in'." Mayor Vernon Silcox Asked Commissioner Schaefer; "In years coverages put _expires'W' waited.until April 14.
suggested to the city commission at the Utility Committee: head,to review the last minute) and sot our fingers
Its Tuesday night.March 15, !meeting. the city' agreement with Southern, burned" said Schaefer in making his
Annexation of the airport will providea Industrial Repair Corporation to lee i motion to ask bids. >
.: .
; Ps a, tax base for the city if the area ever if the city owes additional monies
; develops, the mayor said. above the$89.000" price agreed upon to
On a motion of Commissioner install a used
electricity generator in
Told Clerk: Nell Tucker to continue
Charles Schaefer the council voted to the power plant. .
have attorney Terry Brown begin the The engine won't run and needs to the license city's and current bond policy for of requiring. a
annexation be rewound persons: requesting .
process. Utility Supt. Merrill
The f 1 million Dees to sell Items, such: as
airport property was told the council. It will cost the "
t purchased bt the city in a condemnation company $10,000 to rewire the engine Generally magazine subscriptions, in the't.I'Yi
speaking, ordinances'
raw
suit several The funds unless
years ago. the city helps out on the unex- quiring license fees
are unconttltt:
were supplied by the U.S. En- pected expense Dees said. tional, said
attorney Terry
;
vironmental Protection Agency The council also had a ",488 bill Choice,Brown said, was to rock
which, at that time, the city from along:
was telling the company for work In installing like the city is now until.n_
it had to find a land site on which to the used engine. '
spray the effluent from the sewerage There was confusion on what was research challenges the the problem.procedure;<"pr' :YtO-
treatment plant. When a local Jury contained In the contract with the Clerk Neil Tucker raised the qnetPtlon
awarded owner Fred Mueller some whether
company or the council ever after one solicitor presented him
$2,700 per acre, the EPA came up approved the contract, or Just an a decision of the U.S. Supreme Court
with nearly $1 million to pay off the agreement proposal.
making license fees
unconstitutional
:
condemnation suit. Schaefer .
Is to determine the city's "
+. '-a sr Meanwhile, the Reagan Administration obligation and report back to the JW Iuj!.,...
'. came Into power and council.An Was told by attorney Bnwia the
,.W. _, EPA nixed the expensive project to annexation of the Lakewood'develop
spray effluent on the former airport audit of the 1981 budget of the ment onSR-100 Is pI'OgreI8ln&Owner;,
property. Instead, EPA revised its HUD project found the finances of the Arch Thomas will pay the coet'of: ex-
estimates of nutrient levels In Starke program to be in good shape, tending utilities to the Crosby:Lake
Alligator Creek. and told the city it reported Commissioner Schaefer. site. ,
can increase the efficiency of the

treatment plant and continue to pump ....-,. .L.- -.
the treated effluent into Alligator
Creek, as is currently being done. )
Now EPA Is making noises. like it [
wants the city to pay $1.3 million for PUBLIC NOTICE
the property. City officials don't know f. :
what will become of the EPA payback

demand,and have no idea how they'd The annual election of trustees for the Santa, Fe::.:

COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Cemetery Association will be held on Tuesday, March

PuMslwd wny Thursday 29,1983. at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall! In Hampton, Florida, .
it 13S W. Cal Strait "

Stirki. Fields 32091
'" This meeting will be to conduct general business and to
Brooke_ Brains.... Second Class postage paid itStirki.

'Earning strslght-A's for the third six-weeks riding period which ended Jan. 23 are the following FloridaSubscription elect trustees. Mark your calendar now.and plan to at-
Brooker Elementary students <|-r)8 t tend. f
Standing, at bottom i> Lorissa Scott, Handy Garrand.'Matl Stafford Jason Corllne, Amy Crew*. Rates:
Stephen McLeod, Erie Maion. ,. In-trida area: $10.00 per year ',\
Second row.top to bottom Christina Bath.Josh Crawford,Kevin Snow,Ginger Adams,Patricia Bath,, $3.53 six month* :
or' 'Pralg Brigham. Brian Klndrlck. : M Present trustees are John Campen W.H. Giinter*
Not showat Shondee Lewi*., Outside trade area: $11.00 per year William .
51.00 six months Melton Sylvia Hall and Owen Simmons.



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contractor carries $1 jft! .. .tV1" .. (, ...... '
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"W' r additional MOft.%.j.n.. t(.. : r:.'" '. "' --f, .. : : IT'y
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I been trying to allow ,. a ., Bq BR
Continental :Telephone to install new ,
cable I In the city, but would not allow
the private contractor to go to work
until his $300,000 liability coveragewas
Increased to$1 million.

Told'contractor Jerry Ely a cityeasement
on the property between
Jackson Building Supply and the FACT
Stern property on tJS.3011Outb can be
used for ingress and egress.

rezoning problems the Geiger Road
when the city r.
reviews its land use plan at the re-
quired 5-year interval.Most residentswant
the area to have an agriculturalixonkngvdasaification a't
I instead of the
.lJdIIIeDt.tJUA..reaidentla1 tion.9kacatysr. ( clam[ca- M J*>*<* .'WELLINGTON 3Bedrooms-2Baths>

.iVernbm; Silcox told II
.spokcrtmanGary Brewer and the half- .. _-
dozen wsltteats with him to "stay. in I -

I 1behmd B" on'the problem. _ :
liadJ 01! _
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of Approved extension'of city water S
"sluid sewer lines on US-301 south to the iI'- _
,Mr restaurant and motel to be built
,_the forauv r CartUn property. 1 3
,. aoa)/fanb ',
Ic/wfcdto:.
l ;'ldr* |ival'Scheduledanotayr MORE THAN 58000. ITS A FACTlll!!
FINANCING EXAMPLE
March 16-18 JIM WALTER Jim Walter can build your choice of beautiful homes with two three or four i :
Other Financing bedrooms and two baths from selection of more than 20 models.
one or a iff.t
(After Down Payment) (With No Down Payment)
'A revival will begin'at New'River Financing can be arranged in a matter of days, rather than weeks, and there .
'New Congregational Methodist CASH PRICE (Example) S35O O.OO s35OOOOO': will Nl
will be no "points" or closing costs to increase what you pay. :
Church on March 18 and end
March. Annual Percentage Rate 13% f 10%
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J$ Number 0' Payments 360 240

Worship 7:90 p.m.service The evangelist win begin will nlahtlyat beRev. Monthly Payment $387,17 1337.70 NO DOWN navMENT PROPERTY f r..

Roy Jacobs from Hoboken,Ga. Total Cost 139381.20 $81,048.00 OWNERSJim .\

.The Gospel Sing will be held on !WI"-W.lter,uiI.e' ISIS.xample' .Tsarsaauly, .pI.nt will be"" .tUG.flf.,..,hems.111-I s
Saturday chicken, March dinner 19,at 7:30 being p.m.served with s.I.TlNarysNdhtlaHaeleysare..adrewTOMLSAVENISrlube$81,333. 0.) : Walter can begin construction almost immediately, almost anywhere that _
pUeau
i>at a 1:30: p.m..Featured. you own property. We'll complete the outside and if you like, stop right thereso
singers Will be the that you can finish the interior at enormous savings. Or, we'll finish the .
Lamplighters from Live Oak, the Believe it or not, you CAN save as much as $58,000 on a new home built on inside up to 90%complete. You tell us how much or how little you want to do.n; r

:"acobaFamUy from Hoboken Ga. your property and financed by Jim Walter. What's more, your home will be Remember; however,the more inside work you do for yourself, or with friends, ;
and the Gospel Sounds from Lake paid for In 20 rather than 30 and to Jim Walter
., years, your monthly payment the more : you'll save at today's labor costs. 't
.'Butler.Communit. v will be less...'MUCH LESS] It sounds unbelievable,but it's TRUE It's a FACT money '
',, ; ... I and we can prove Itl! While most other home financing is 13% or more, Jim Call, send the coupon, or visit the display park nearest you to get all the facts.. f

". Walters annual percentage rate Is still only 10"/0. For comparison'your We want you to know exact costs and what your monthly payment will be f,
# "( /monthly payment on a 35000.30year mortgage at 13%would be$387.17. before construction even begins. We want to explain the many money-saving }:

; ,I The monthly payment for a home with this cash price, built and financed by' methods you can use to Keep costs within your budget.When you have all the
News .; 01" :": Jim Walter, would be only $337.70 ...almost $50.00 less. That's' fifty of your facts, we truly believe you'll choose Jim Walter. Then together we'll build on r

I hard-earned dollars, and for only 240;not 360 monthly payments, Based on your property to give you more home 'for less money than you might have ; :
:' ,by'Bltsabetb Walker fV' I this.comparison f he TOTAL SAVINGS on your mortgage wilt actually be imagined. 1:
'y; 'phase M4-eA3 "+u'.' + 7prX '
.';/oj..EPENEZSR BAPTIST J1icV4, : Choose from more than(20 models .;. Built on your property. ar l.I............. r

'tTbe 14th Anniversary, for 1 :: ""' .to almost any. stage from the. shell to 90% complete! FREE. FULL-COLOR CATALOG c
will be Sunday
Bavis observed
.' (March 29.. "\ : .. 'JIM WALTER HOMES p..a..w..w.f..l
** Rev.IMW'Mo.leyandeonwegatlondt : :f. :", I Q 'r : I .J would like t. Ko.. .;.,. Information end! Mi COIf
,)no conduct services at Ua.m. uKev. fOur .. butMln on niy Bropwty I understand Mi.r. would
\i BOUI ofRudtedge and con"gregstton -' 4m '). HOMES ;M no obligation to buy and IMt you would eiw moihoM
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will services at 3 .
: conduct ., factt froo of charge.I .
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.All citizens arq in..ed'BAPTIST. ...' '\\.j.* >*wft<4J.9OBoxl'U.s.'lSoutl'! : "",*"' **>. K 'P.O.Box954 '. ';' '** ,. .I"- "
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l.URCHI.' a program s red .' 't\ sr !ii1': .,\ :' -:.T33-325fit, ";'. :"'\' 'T32-3714 "' -- ,- ';" c.-e.. .

the Youth Department. Rev. Her'fi ." ..,-:"'- "... ,, / .
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Reagan 'Sees Hears No Etizl 1id,' CQuoty Stirred .1

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i ( '' ( '( 'The opposing of
,. In EPA's..F1a.wed Becord'tF'; ,>, citizens In the spring.of:: 1898 Brad the I fry .the two towns carted newspapers on a tat-. ,
of Slant and i. r j.v ;jpejtsj1!.to their mnswlth ',
+1I 1\\thri I ford County i ,were| girding'therVtseives ,the.Sta charging''i!
wars'/The
for two
I : people "
Bradford \.Home that no of Bradford
President Reagan says he doesn't Department of Education who were Guards "ere'County tooling [loP;for County have come,to the conn
know how those who "forced" Ann dedicated to emasculating the depart:, "i(service; in the Spanish' ) elusion that the Lake- Butler

Burford to resign as administrator oft ments they headed rather than carrying ,i-American War having been. courthouse .ring would'bond '
out their ,, the first Guard unit in Florida and starve'everypaor mani,
the embattled Environmental Protec- objectives. f
'to t woman,and child of this counII I ,:
volunteer: after the blowing } .vP
tion Agency can "look themselves. in When President Reagan 'proclaims ,up of the Battleship Maine In } I Nl.. ty to death in order to benefitithemselves ?i I

the mirror in the morning." that the EPA under Mrs. Burford has Havana Harbour. personally,1-Ai/?? :;

Well, he has only to look himself in done "a tremendous job" he is again About'the same time, politicians The Lake Butler: editor :'
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the mirror to see the person who is demonstrating his unawareness of and business men on replied. "With the courthouses,.'
Starke it costs 6 to ,
,responsible for Mrs. Burford'stroubles. what is going on in his own administration ,both sides of New River were at witness ,from beyond$ get one
marshalling their forces forthe FroX
: For it was President Reagan or is trying to cover up deficiencies final battle in a civil cost vide ce to the county '

'who ordered Mrs. Burford, in the first that he refuses to admit.Six Diet that had been fought since, the courthouse was at.Lake

place, to withhold from Congress the 1875 over,which town Lake Butler one could be summon'
'records it, needed for an on-going investigation congressional committees and ''Butler or Starke, would be the ed from Starke and one from.
the Department of Justice are currently county seat of Bradford County Providence making two for'
of EPA's handling of the o1 i '
and
of the price one, making
$1.6 billion fund established to clean up investigating charges political one dollar at Lake Butler do
manipulation lax enforcement of en- The 'Spenish-Amerlcan war the work of two dollars In
some 4,000 such sites in the U.S. If Mr.
vironmental !laws, and conflicts of interest was short-lived and the men Starke."
Reagan thinks so highly of his EPA appointee who volunteered so readily in
members in the
he should not have risked her by EPA staff 1888 were back home several r The Lake Butler "cour

neck by placing her in such an unten- management of the $1.6 billion Superfund months later, but the County .thouse gang" was denouncedas

\ 'dable cleanup. Seat War was not settled until "superannuated, fossilized
position. 1921 when, after almost half acentury" remains of the antiquaries"and
But the departure of Mrs.. Burford Testimony before congressional of strife over the Starke citizens-.were
from the EPA is a minor issue committees so far indicates that the was finally resolved branded as '"liars and ,Idiots
Reagan-Burford team tried to lightenthe by a, legislative act dividing living in rotten boles,with,
I 'although she must be held responsible Steeplejacks at work on restoration of old Bradford
the dishonest officials prostituting;
industries county at New River,mak-
'for what was going on, or not going on burden: on offending by ing Lake Butler the county County Courthouse In 17(. The stately red brick sheer the affairs of their office to
:under her administration. The real easing up on regulations already on the seat. of the western portion ture was built hi 1901 after Starke won the last county private gain or preference.1"

issue is Mr. Reagan's policies. books, suspending proposed regula- renamed Union County, andStarke seat election brHM.Ing The chairman of the County

Although he continues to insist, with a tions, and cutting back on enforce- the county seat of the Commission, a Starke merchant
face that there is ment, at the expense of the health and eastern, portion of Bradford : board opened the ballot The County Commissioners was burned in effigy on
straight nothing
welfare of Americans living in toxic ,County. boxes after election day it authorized another canvass of the Lake Butler courthouse
wrong with his policies on the environment The Bradford Coun- was obvious that the returns the vote and, based on gramthpectlon the height of.the
i his opinion is not shared by a waste areas.According. ty had original been created by from some precincts had been testimony from workers at the
majority of the American people who to from EPA "tampered with." The canvassing polls In 1875, it was declared theolfafteful
: testimony legislative act in 1881, board thrown intoa Starke won election -
was bad
that Lake Butler
: in recent polls, have indicated a 2 to 1 employees>> Mrs. Burford s unexpected abolishing New River Countyand state of confusion, but before the election by actuallywon a slim by a margin of 240

belief that Mr. Reagan cares more decision last summer to hold up $6.1 creating Bradford and the mystery could be solved, margin of nine votes-398 to votes-1253 to 1015, and staged
about protecting the firms that are million to clean the Stringfellow acid Baker Counties from its ter the courthouse at Lake Butler 389. So back went the county the biggest celebration ever
done to ritory. Since Lake Butler had was broken into and some of seat to Lake Butler where a held in the town up to that
violating anti-pollution laws than he pits site in California was keep been the county seat of New the time.
does about those laws. Democratic Governor Jerry Brown returns were"abstracted"a new frame courthouse was
enforcing River at the time of the divi-
from receiving credit from the cleanup sion, it remained the county polite way of aaylng"stolen" promptly constructed. The county seat was movedto
This is the that caused ).
same policy Starke for the last tune,and
seat !'of the new Bradford Another election was held in
Senate.At
his for the U.S. .
him to appoint Mrs. Burford, a during race County. In desperation the Commissioners 1885 In which Lake Butler was county cthee up In rentedquarters
Western "conservative," to make over the same time, negotiations were voted to proceed with again successful and retainedthe "Red Man's

,I.: the EPA in Mr. Reagan's image-an speeded up by toxic waste dumpers in merchants But soon of the the politicoes Starke and hand a d"such votes as are on courthouse by a vote of 648 Hall." a two-story frame
area that stood the
found not building then on
Indiana so the cleanup could help tampered to 629.
image of relaxing or even abolishing began to cast envious at "
eyes with This narrowed the elec- site of the present city -
environmental regulations that protectour Republican candidates (in the the county seat and in tion returns down to one After a lapse of IS years, remained there until a new

r= air and water, in order, ,to save November election. ; December of 1874 they peti- precinct. Crossroads, in the Starke partisans filed another, red brick courthouse was builton
"excellent tioned the County Commission Hampton area which had a petition and a final county seat Call Street in 1902,where it
for industrial
has
the EPA
polluters Perhaps an
money many to hold an election to determine total of election was called for August still stands today .after
only 46 votes-all of
i: of whom are cronies of the President. record" of easing up regulations on if Starke or Lake Butler them for Starke.The Commis- 30, 1898. This was perhaps the restoration by the Bradford

t This same perverse policy has led Mr. 'polluting industries and helping should have this honor. Understate sion declared Starke the win- hardest fought election of all, County Historical Board' of

g: Reagan to appoint James Watt to the Republican candidates, but the recordof law, a county seat election ner and ordered the* county as both towns had agreed that Trustees.

Department of the Interior; and others cleaning up toxic waste dumps is one years could,' unless be held a "new every courthouaewal ten- records and offices moved into brick whichever courthouse side won would, a new be Even after the final election,

to the of and of failure and rented quarters on Call Street. rivalry over road funds and
12; Department Energy, ex- procrastination built in the county built and another electioncould
seat town in which case an Outraged supporters of not be/held for 20 years.. other improvements still con-
election could. not be held for Lake Butler took the matter to By that time the Bradford tinued between the east and
I | 20 years.Accepting'. the 4th Judicial Circuit Courtin County Guards were 'encamped -. west portions of the county until
Mild Wet Spring Jacksonville, and after at Fernandina_ and Bradford legislators deem.'
Winter
the petition and three .ed- matter
Mk. *M years of litigation;the the Cho UK 04t tmiseUofetttarthe
F. ,. 11 finding in order the Commission TJ it r
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z:; Judge ruled that, in factno ti fad rtu B
f-"'*-*- S"-published> ckoei t 7J ?5ii|, J.;:>aj.ja t threatening set' .ihe.flr eeunty, ''-...eiection*hold"Tsee bAld-1h"" ""Si riemen were allowed to 'l f atnthe t ', 4
paperba
A of and
recently : planting spring crops seat election for January 18, Bradford County on Jan. 18, come home to vote, while the act 1921; legislative _

called "The Weather Conspiracy"asks to cause some damage to the. 187S--and then came the 1875, and voided the findings .Lake Butler. supporters were sion dividing the county. ,at, the. .
the question: "Have our weather pat- strawberry crop from root rot. fireworks., When the canvasa- of the canvassing board. not. New River line. .

terns run amok? Or are they part of a "
natural and alarming timetable?" Any benefits derived from the ;'

unusually "mild" winter were more

l Mark Twain, the great American than offset by freakish weather that County Agent's Notebook Bradfoord yCounty=- I

brought storm after storm to' the
humorist commented .
t once "Al **'* **
"Everyone talks about the weather, Pacific coast, floods to the Mississippi '' t.
River valley, and tornadoes and bliz-- We have had some extreme been tested and found to be adapted to our ,
or't
but no one does about it. He Larger seed like Dense
anything area. Vegetables com,. o"
zards to the Northeast and Midwest.But temperatures and unusual rains the past resistant to pests and
might have added that nobody, at least few weeks. It's hard to tell whether we are tolerant of adverse weather conditions are planted farther apart Theulybuni"sprouting
here on earth, can do anything but some meteorologists believe that in the rainy season of summer,late winter, much easier to' grow successfully than ; plants are larger and stronger.
grumble.For the ,comparatively good weather 'we or early spring.However those that art not. They do not need to help each. ,other, breakthrough
to the soil surface. "') *
have enjoyed during most of this the calendar tells us it Is "Our Vegetable Gardening Guide" lists La' : ,l Aakc44L-91a 'lfiJVld"Ve aid
I instance century-at least until the frigid winterof almost time to get ready for planting our those varieties which are best suited to our iiser'seed er.,YOUAg
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just as we were congratulating gardens. conditions plants. They can be planted deeper than
I ourselves on having an 1977-was really not "normal, but the small seed. The younger' plants from
unusually short and mild winter was better than 90 percent of weather For each .vegetable you plan to grow In Of course, it is a privilege enjoyed by ,larger seed Can'grow farthcnM. Machuhe
your garden, you will have to decide'whether gardeners to try varieties which have -
pro
conditions soil
resulting in a savings on heating fuel, experienced during the to start it from seed or ven themselves elsewhere and which may surface ., j:*tG evil TO l1a t{ahasuT

we are reminded that we must pay the preceding million years. So, by the law transplants.. do well in their gardens. However, many After thesefid Vdropp&dfWMcffM
of we be in for a cycle of gardeners are themselves furrow, use Ihe boa orUt.._
piper for this brief benefit by facing increasing averages may 'The main advantage in starting cheating of the PAte.J
erratic weather rectly best possible results by to hands to cover the seed. Fill furrow
I more patterns In the continuing grow
hordes
of insects
from
including seeds is that you have a wider selection Inferior varieties without ever the with soiL'Leave the ground level or
fleas and mosquitoes, this spring. future.At of varieties from which to choose.Fur suggested varieties, testing slightly mounded}above the seed.,
thermore not all vegetables do well when
transplanted and must be grown from seed When vegetable seeds are placed: in the For small seeds make a |plant"
And now, just to show us'he's still any rate, the weather-good or sown directly In the row where they are to soil, they can sprout,. grow and make with.band1eof hoe or i 9! e
boss, the weatherman is producing an bad-will continue to be a favonte topic>> be grown..Most vegetables may be needed plants The soil contains water and plant cord.

unusual wet spring that has decided around the world. We only hope it fairs directly in the garden row. Some excep-' food for the small plants to use and grow- Plant In straight rowsv/Ehe>&ttden will

blessings. Although it is fill- off in time to have the usual red, ripe Lions are sweet potatoes and strawberries.Good larger look ,better and be easier to hoe or

ing lakes, streams and ponds that have strawberries ready for the annual appearance seed may mean the difference between But seeds can be planted so deep the cultivate. Rows should be marie*d&Use

been close to drying up for the past of Miss America at the Brad success and failure In your garden. young plants can not reach the top of the a string or cord stretched betweenotwQ
several it is the ford Buy good seed from a reliable dealer.For ground.Or they can be planted too shallow stakes. _" Ta .u".
years, now delaying County Fair 6.
on April
some crops,seed may be saved from one's and may be washed away with the first Again our vegetable ;galde

own garden, but !or many other rain. lists varieties, plant spacing*and deptlfpf

1 vegetables, saving seed is impractical. Small seeds like carrots or greens are' planting of seeds. Calf M4-80 or com*bjf,
i Importance Soils Don't save seed from hybrid varieties planted) shallow and fairly close together. your County Agent's office on north 301'fo?
of
II Countywide : Map Plant varieties of vegetables which have They help each.other break through the your copy. *
soil.

Stressed by District Conservationist ...,....':. .

Forestry' in, Bradford County .; I ,Pvt,"Darren Completes ,

i The benefits of a comprehensive soils comprehensive soils survey made, Gel : 'Army Crewman Course

I survey for Bradford County were discussed -' Alachua County recently became the 29th PMky David W.Norton '- ''t,

I I Monday at a night public In information the Bradford Soil rata county additional to complete counties this have program.already Twelve started Bradford-. County... Forester_ weather damage to conditions.the crop desired trees. Some are:.a general north JPvtRonald. D. Darren, son OI'f.a'u1
"' Tyson of
f" wind of two to ten'milesper hour from ,, : hast .
I Conservation District office In the their mapping Porter said.A ,
deaj'/ eompletecl the bridge'
Agricultural Center. Prescribed Flre- one-half to one inch of rain Is one to i I. AW
I soil survey Is a detailed field Inventoryof The and How of It three day! before; and air temperature of <, crewman course under the One st4I-

the soil resources of the state.Field borings Why 20' to SO\ F,and. a relative humidity of. ,80. to L.eonarddt Training prograzn at Forte
Attending the meeting conducted by soil fire Is w .
are plotted on aerial photographs to Prescribed fire, which: is applied sox* ;;
conservationist Norman v Porter were' form the boundaries of various soils of a In a skillful manner under exacting; conditions \ sica,
So if woodlot tad have &een ThttstudAStiware "
County Commissioners E.L. Norman and you own a
definite for Gi ;'I
in ,
county. SCS does the and of weatherr a place a tof
mapping
Homer Hart, Daryl O'Neal, director of the ,. achieve beneficial 'wondering about bow to pass through it construction and essem five
the book. The to '
Institute of Food specific
environmental health section: of the County prepares purpose J ''without getting your clothes torn off,, you types of bridges and the operatttn: of
the second most effective
and also
Agricultural Science (IFAS) and the results. It is
Health Department,, and. ,about 20 interested Department of Transportation does the lab tool in preventing wildlife available lea a'' may consider prescribed fire as. a tool. A I i variousb ."poatssndative, tarR"duattp
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landowners. word of WARNING though fire 4s a' 1, 'j
work for soil classification and the coat Is forest landowner;.the most effective is. a. and the Division"Ofti I !# 1
dangerous tool'" 'do.
shared by the SCS IF AS, and the local concerned afkd careful public.' Forestry Is available to assist if : He g .1'1Y85t'adppj: 01 8 s
Porter out the of you you .
pointed Importance ,
soils not to a boards.of county commissioners. Most of to reailze'that prescribed burn r' ,.have dmbts7 J t=SehoaLl., ;.1., .f< tt"I/ I, ;,1'1))... ""I :>"
countywide only.
farmers, and Umber survey operators-, but'to sell surveys are Included In the basic Inn in used lit-reduee'da'nlleroulaecumula.- .1, Y . ,5''" II!'. : '....,.. 141,'A .J -.d..t---...."'.,......,.(J-. I.!'....,...> ",.

anyone concerned with uses of the soil, 'planning tools for all land use decisions tlons if fuefe in .atand-of trees,'but few ,. ." ,,' \i... ''" ''' ... \t.... ..., t"y4 i
benefits derived from a 1 ( '
realize the other .... .... "
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such as urban planners,. developers, ,Porter: said.Some additional uses include regular burning' program. Proper burning ', .' ('OCt...; J; II. \.... .t....\ ::;
builders, engineers and others
revealing the wetness credibility,texture, will Increase forage for wildlife or it ..", '\., ; '
.and of soil for catty iiteti'rtrapt. : mf.
depth a building sites,septic : : :
The State Department of Agriculture I IS .fields, landfills, roadbeds*water storage can be bam to prepare i : .. "..: t., .
leasoeratlon of pine control eer"tain ,
urging every Florida county to bare, a Recreation. cropland and other uses.. natural the J'!. t ".",',", .' ....Jot .t,
in nnderstory
for easier diseasv pine which open may increase the Jjh'"t!<<'t..s1'I'II', !:, I.I ... .....

value of yoy timber, and making: : the ap- I INTABtWItElil 1e7e. ,. -r-1" ty ,: JiiI...' ''';.;'f"'Iif"'''' ofthe stand by, : It more
parklike.The pearance. .' BOIL FI..UIIIL..'ism N. maw N.RM I, ':'''I'f;: ce
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most common type of fire used la the fMan*___nt.MiirA irf Manss iti 1mt.; lr;na4
backs s "- .. i ... ,
that
backing fire or one Into the ''''; '. "i'.t ,>,","
e FJ A 'prevailing wind rather than run with Itw i4ilarxyss." rill in caste. essas '" Ysi?..,..sqt NriMss, .t' f"b' "\4
J9 I' This Is *.slower and therefore it ,' ,tier; 4
mm moving 010" itdt Ones tit PIt Ten: .#... t4 tlaais
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Hsrortatu burned down the temple of the(goddess Diana at Epherai the fourth century easier to control Certain weather conditions rtamtM-faei. ''' ,-.iIi ,;.' "h?- '

B.C. for the sole purpose, of ensuring that his name would live forever In history books. are necessary for any prescribed fire: .. .
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Antique Show. Friday-Sunday

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l'J' it The Spring Show and Sale of nth in refinishing antique furniture, and
ques and Collectibles sponsored .by will offer some exquisite examplesfor
the Woman's Club of Starke, to be sale. Booths containing lamps
held at the Bradford County quilts and pictures are certain to be

1 \ .Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, very popular.
: March 18 and 19, .from 10 a.m. to 8p.m. Exhibitors from throughout the
., and from 1 to S p.m. on Sunday Southeast are Joining with the
March 20, bodes well for local antique Woman's Club of Starke to help make
buffs. this inaugural show and sale a great
Planning to fill' the two main success for the area. In addition to
buildings of the fairgrounds with ex- browsing through the displays, don't
hibitors C.E. O'Steen has announcedthat forget to visit the "Country
approximately 60 booths will offer Cupboard" where the good cooks of
,4r I Z I 'i ''ryt"' a selection for devotees of almost' Starke will be serving lunch and din-
t4 any period and style. ner with that "home-cooked" touch.
Cut glass, and fine china, including Whether you choose one of the many
'!rlf decorative plates. Carnival and varieties of sandwiches such as
.i Y Ill Depression glass, and figurines will turkey, ham and cheese, or a ham
vie for your attention with Art Deco melt soup or chili, or a dinner plate
toys,jewelry, linens, featuring ham, quiche chicken filet,
and a notable display of old baskets. or German sausage, you're sure to enjoy
Ilpf 'i i fir Silver both plate and sterling, will a great meal topped off with
be exhibited as well as kitchen collectibles home-made desserts and beverages.
t. rh1C such as kettles and pans. Vic- Admission to the show and sale is
trolas and costume Jewelry of the 20's one dollar. Tickets may be purchased
will surely catch your Interest, while from any member of the Woman's
'rl 8f ? antique clocks and dolls will delight Club or at the gate during the days of
us all. A most informative display will the show and sale. It's going to be
show the proper procedure to follow great.... Don't mini Itt!

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Did You Know....
CURT'SJANITOR

Which One,Will''It. Be... Mr. and Mrs. Dale Denmark of
Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon
Would that each of these Bradford beauties be Str..bernQaeea.Jout only' :Second.rowAlesla 3hefficM. Regina Cannavo. and Michelle Stilwell. visitors of Mr and Mrs. A. Russell
.ae can wear the crown after the contest set at 8 p.m. Saturday, M.rch.ll: Third row. Paige Roberts.Sharon Grlffls, Ella Mann Nadine Canfux. and Norman. SERVICEand
I ,t: The young ladles are (I-rla> 1, ., ".: ,'V'::' -: .:Angela Folsom. u- ..vt, \.
rowKaren Chltty Mellsi Winkler Janet Jordan-and, :Tammy Back rowHolly Smith and Diana Crawford.
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I Strawberry Queen,, Contestants Have Busy Week See w/light"Lost blue& Found"eyes Insured

Classified Section 473.2347
'The last week was a' busy one for will' help{ In their competition the nightof will be treated to a Mary Kay make- 'modeling course. The winner will
Strawberry Queen contestants. Last the Pageant. Contestants were up demonstration at the home of Mrs: over the Bradford County Fair'
year's Queen Cathy Norman. 'hal treated ''at Bennigan's of. Orange Ernestine Denmark. Esther Hardy and represent Bradford County at the
been) participating ,in' the activities ParkeThe' with two assistants will be conduct Fair from Wednesday April 6 to Abraham Canfux M.
also., i a .J. :", ting the demonstration. Mrs. Hardy's | Saturday April 9. The new Queen will .
Monday, March 7,contestants were 14 'lovely contestants are: district director will be helping also a parade in Macclenny,
23 to
treated to a Coke party ,and hair Nadine Canfux. Regina Caraiavo, This year's Queen will receive a' April celebrate their 100th birth- General Medicine

demonstration; by Robert Harris and Karen Chitty Diana Crawford scholarship to the Amaro School of 'day. Announces the opening of his office at
two assistants of NuWaves.Saturday. Angela Folsom, Sharon Griffis,Janet Modeling for a self Improvement Advance tickets for the March 28
March 12, contestants: and membersof Jordan Ella Mann Tammy Mann 'course which Instructs the student in 'Pageant can be purchased at Mit- STARKE PLAZANext
the Junior Woman's Club went to Paige Roberts, Alexia Sheffield Hol- baa Ie' grooming and the skills chell's Drug Store. Adults are $2 and
I Orange Park to visit Amara Modeling ly Smith Michelle Stilwell and. necessary for the development of children under 12, $1. Tickets at the to Pride)
Studio. Owner-director Ann Rust Melissa'Winkler. poise and self confidence. This course: ..,,door will be adults, $2.50 children. ( Pantry

gave the girls! :modeling.tips. which Thursday, March, 17.. contestantsMr. ; .is a prerequisite to a professional $1.50. Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Fri

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': i $ nli TrV Healthcare' .M. and Mrs. Herbert .Green.and 'J.W; Ritch'underwent hip'surgery! .'

Systems Board of Directors Retreatof 'Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green visited :Wednesday in' North Florida. Regional ,
all affiliated hospitals at' Amelia the Southeastern Baptist Theological Hospital. ,
bland Plantation Friday to Sunday Seminary at Wake .Forest N.C. Elder and Mrs. James Land, Jr. ;
were: Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Osteen, Mr. Thursday to Sa'turdayand also visited had as guest last week Elder Charles GIF OF
and Mrs. Robert Moore Or. and Mrs. relatives in Newton and Boone, N.C. Sandage of Donaldson,Ark. ( i ,
Carlos Hernandez, Mr. and Mrs. Al .
Maria Christina Walker daughter
Cecelia Terwillegar spent ,
Dr. and Mrs. Pete Sundays
Kay Carlisle
Fefos Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stephenson Monday and Tuesday In of John and Maria Walker, was baptized ,
Luclle, Green Mr. and Mrs. was visiting her mother who is In the Sunday. March 13 by Father
Mrs. ,
Nursing Home,. Winter. Joseph Finley at St. Edward's'Catholic
Frank Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse American\ ,
Moore. Dr. and MraH.H.Adams and Park, Dr. and Mrs.Church.Luis Godparents Dilguea. Out-of-were ..
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Mr.' .. and l' Mrs L.E.- Dugger, 'Mr, and 'ILIrs. M".J. peferson.of town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
X.iir'\ ud Mrs. Clarence Cooper had Silver Springs, Md.: are visiting his Robarto Escudero and daughter of FORTUNE

as out-of-town guests last,Thursday,' ,sister,Mrs UH. Gibson for ten days: Miami. .,V

his brother, Cecil his wife" Mary and .Mn, George Winkler; Mrs. Butch !I. ,
Mri0: 'and-'Wr .dhester .Perkjns ofSSSWlJVtegmjc Friends of Mrs. J'.A Griffin 'willregret Redding Mrs. A.'J. Eaves and Mrs.

I r. ,. to bear that she broke a hlp.in a' Gus Gonzales of the National Guard V
Jail at home last Thursday night andIs Officers Wives Assn., were luncheon "
91tU-.nd< Mrti'tt.O.' DahsByfeturned1 .
vIsK'Wrth confined .in Alachua General. guests at the home of Florida Adju- ,,'
Tuesday after five weeks '" >
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Hospital. ;tent General Augustine.
M.gpylnpm; an4,MmlIBomer'). \\I'
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10-'III'i.ivsln boss:od, ..1fI'"'- !! r s 'Ashley Lorraine Knight ", SALEGOING :,/i.. '.;' or existing savings account 1 :' t .,

,r if > .' .?w Mr. and Mrs.. James C. Knight Jr> '1'c'" or new checking account and
of Jacksonville announce the Lirth of OUT ";. of Fortune. P'T
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:BIRTHS:' fG'It 'a daughters;; Aihley Lorraine;. born .
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March b. c Fortune Federal has a variety of accounts Hut put your
Maternal grsndparenta i are Capt. OF BUSINESSEntire money! to work earning interest! for you.We abo!have ....
-N x,.Mal'fl ZBM'tn. .Mosley." Jri and Mrs. Robert Henry of JacksonVille i c variety of girt premiums that make depositing your 5r"L,k ,
to sort OJ, TOW, 'Stark&announce Paternalgrandparenl.l are Mr; money' with us even more interesting. By making a .
wMar and Tamara Mosley of and Mrs. James C. Knight Sr, .of Stock f !t qualifying dlpitsityoit; may lake home one of these .... :
the birth of a son, Mark Ed- Lawtey. ; .useful\ premiums free or at a k10v discount once as ;; .
win Mosley, Jr., born March 5 in ReducedMorning t shown\ In the chart Drop by one of our convenient -
Alachua General Hospital., .", '' offlcessoon.00 will find financial services and a ,. ---.1
Maternal grandparents are Mr.:and, Pentecostal Apostolic 1x fx handsome gift to suit your needs.! ,. }f
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Kenneth ;, -
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t Crutchfietd:, 1 Starke Womqn'.. $. AJ'Club, .lAiTT Has c Insurance; i iFirri Talk I

I 1 The Starke Woman's Club had'two: tJpoke*l t orfflnsWance.vMr.i ; I 1\ ? ;' '
\ Norman W speakers at the luncheon-meeting", gave a very ,lgtforrtiatj'pa talk on per- 'I ,Manb' 18, II and 20 at Bradford County -
Wednesday, March, who 'poke"y1 n' ,,,sonal.insteanhs, 1'iHw-alrwsed "imjKirUnca Fairgrounds. Mrs. O.W. WhKfen.
Insurance. making an Inventory of per- chairman of food committee; askearOl"wlunteen
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\ ., St..P.atc1cklay! wasP the motif for onahproperty teraieI>'room">nTO. to help:' received;
) -.......United----" decorations and menu with camelias home and keeping It somewhere away The Mowing members
: J IInd Ivy on the dining tables, Mrs. from the home. He also spoke of awards at the District 4 Arts, and
Frank Brown, chairman assisted by photos and video tape being made of crafts Show at the Lake City
hostesses,served delicious, corn b ef contents of rooms! lie mentioned' Woman's Club and Garden. 'pUb on,
At New River and cabbage meall\ Mrs J.D.; Warrert.; ferent 'kinds'lot' 'policies* such, as' 1 i president, presided at the meeting, floater, extended theft and replacement Mrs. Mildred Bellizt-One first place
end Mr R.A, preen $,r. Ie, the coverage. He stated It.is very award, two second: place awards
I Debbie Crutchfield daughter of Mr, 'e oonal. Important to review policies front thtae third place awards and six
.and Mrs.Sam Crutchfield of Broker time to time. Mr..Jay spoke on commercial honorable mentions; Mrs Florence
and Marvin Norman, ion of Mr.and Members introduced their guests Insurance. Rudd-Ona first place award one! second -
Mrs. Carl Norman of Lawtey, and.Mnu. Charuey ,s. ,Watana was, place award one honorable
united In marriage Saturday, Wi voted Into the club as a new heldSaturTh': .mention; Mr. Marty Barry-One tint
5, at 7 p.m. In the New River Mrs. Douglas, Hardy, Introduced, day March .13, at.8 a.m. was also place award; Mrs. Aurelia Byrd-One
;Church with Rev. Jim Countryman guest speakers; Jerry.Swanson and discussed.: Plans were reviewed for third place award; and Mrs..Thelma
performing the ceremony. 'u,"?i ScoU Jay .from Jacksonville,; who the coming antique show sponsored, Jennings-One piird place award.,
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The altar was flanked by.YwiVel

gold greenery candelabras and shade entwined of lavender with I Homemakers Hear talk oh Norma's Home ,' I

pink and white silk flowers accentediwith : : The Bradford County terestlng and Informative program on women. Her main aim is to make the
light lavender streamers and Iic'Rt Homemaker's' Club will have a her recently opened retirement' ,home, residents happier and lea lonely
bows.The piano was decorated with a workshop Thursday March 17, at 10 'on N. Walnut street Starke. Home '
similar arrangement. Two white a.m. at the home of Violet Crosby.:A Her I* an1 ACLF Home which Residents the are pro
doves attached by lavender covered dish luncheon will follow. stands for Adult Congregate'LivinaFacUlty. tected by the Ombudsman Committee. -
streamers to a large heart covered: In "1 At the Thursday, March 10 meeting It houses only ambulatory .These committees have been appointed
lavender bows was suspended from .;," at the Agriculture building In Starke residents* and, It being her own she by'Gov.,Bob Graham. They
the ceiling. Mrs. Norma Dean Thompson was In has named It 'Norma's Home.i' At 'composed of volunteer citizens
charge of the program and gave an in present she has> two. men and. four who investigate any problems
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Pianist Mike Prescott presented a ,
'program of nuptial music. A solo was TrlpUts Surprised -- R119YlltilofH 8111aii / -

presented by vocalist Drew Andrews With Thoatra r :
and Glenda Andrews sang the Lord's Party ,
Prayer near the end of the ceremony. Jennifer and Jody Brown Coma S UB fit I "-
Robbie Underhill of Starke was best Jasonl surprised with a I .0 : v I II
man and Andy Norman of Lawtey and .
theatre birthday party given in honorof m
Bobby Martin of Starke were ushers. their 13th birthday THOMAS AUTO
on Wednesday
Little Chris Wise of Keystone was the evening March 2. Their birthdayswere i I 4 .J. I II

ring bearer. Monday, February 28. With the >
help of several of their friends hv. i PARTS
Sister of the bride Mrs. Sandra eluding Pam Zurfluh, Chad Reddish I 1I I II
Williams was the bride's only atten- and Ronnie Zurfluh, their ,
parents
dant. She was attired in a princess Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown ,were 964.5611 .430 S.'Temple
style dress of lavender with lace In- .a,. able to totally surprise them. I STARKEI I
serts and carried a bouquet of pink
Mr.and Mrs.Richard Bateman Since the theatre is normally closedon

lavender lavender and streamers.white flowers Little Paula with brought Wednesday there thinking evenings,their they fatherwas were I 'Fop These ,., Specials II |

Brown of Keystone was the flower girl
having business
i 'and wore a lavender dress with Thomas and Bateman Wed Mr. Sparks a the theatre meeting manager.with As THIS WEEK ONLY -

.similar lines as the bride's attendant. they started through the curtains *
.: to I VSSt CoversHHH.H'H.
i ; sit down, the lights were switched on Seat .... 32.95.
The bride, given in marriage by her Church and everyone shouted,
father wore a white wedding gown in Feb. 2 m Hampton "SURPRISE!" I .
a princess style with a high neck line The guest totaled SO in number not !
,and long sleeves with white lace In- counting the
chaperones
Louise Thomas of Gainesville a neckline and long lace many pre '- I
serts. Her knee length veil was Judy square sent. Everyone enjoyed I :secured to a floret headpiece with daughter of Mrs. Catherine Thomasof sleeves. She wore pearl earrings and Cokes, and boiled peanuts during popcorn the
seed pearls. She wore a floating heart Hampton and Richard Gerard scallop shell shaped necklace with In- showing of a PC film entitled "Fool-
necklace and diamond earrings and Bateman of Gainesville, son of Mrs. laid pearl, a gift from the groom. A tailgate I II II
carried a bouquet of lavender white Joyce Amsih of St. Petersburg and nylon and lace cap secured her Leachman ing Around Eddie starring Albert and Clorl I Protectors . .. .. ... .. .
Tony
and pink flowers with whiles Harold Bateman of Venice,Fla.,were cathedral length veil. She carried a Randall. After the movie, a "baseballgame" CHROME GRAPHIC SQ "7 K B

1 :streamers. at united 2 p.m.in in marriage the Victory Saturday Baptist, Feb.ChapelIn 12 daisies bouquet; and of baby's yellow breath rosesr with white white birthday cake was served and I Custom Auto Tags ..,. ..:. ,.IW-,,,...,. O, ',, .fP I
were opened. It 13th .
presents
was a
held in the church Hampton with the bride's uncle, streamers. J-l l '
A birthday
reception was that 'will be
Rev. Leonard Melton the A reception was held in the long OftMw ;.7- 5.8.9.51 I
Hampton
k. dining the bride's room.book.Miss Shelby Smith kept nuptials.The ,performing City Hall. Jean Durrance of household.remembered around. the Brown. | r... .. . .

[ The bride's table was skirted in altar of the church had an arch Gainesville kept the guest book.;; -.; PROGRAMABLE WITH OVER. 100 SELECTIONS. .$

&a' white linen cloth ruffles and overlaid centered with with a a white five- yellow entwined mums with flanked fern white by two daisies basketsof and baskets The hall of yellow was decorated and white with carnations two Brown On Sunday triplets afternoon- Jason,,Jennifer Feb. 27,and the I* IMusical Horns . . .. :. . . . .3u.951I |

tiered wedding cake flanked by > yellow and white carnations,mums mums and gladiolus, greenery Jody ;.celebrated their birthday witha ,MALl BLOCK SOT Eft

lavender candles in crystal holders. and gladiolus. and yellow and white bells and family dinner party held at the I Chrome Naive. Covers . . ,r, |
a The crystal punch bowls at each end streamers hanging from the ceiling. Brown Derby in Gainesville. '
surrounded Beth Moore, pianist, presented a The bride's table was centered witha Their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. HURSINOY3SPEED
of the table were by arrangements $48 95
1, of greenery accented: program of nuptial music. three tiered wedding cake topped Julian E. McRae of Theressa and I Shifters . . . . . . ... N. I
II and white Fred Amsih of Stj Petersburg serv- with a bride and groom and decorated their parents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin -
with flowers.lavender, pink ed as best man. Ushers were Arthur with yellow cosejuuod; greenery. Com- Brown of SUrke accompanied-them ." ., -,. .., 'e rr 'f, $" 0 !
IJ $(U "'!: Hft; r 1-1rb1N.,1r 1\is\ nAed on4 .1 '' Thomas of Arclftfr cut the cakew'. dinner and coconut birthday coke.
r : La. .;
asBYirorlnewwe ...l.liir .... .... trews 1lttehi .
't.tn: eowUdr slJri-b UtXVysttd Wi ero o ,..,.Ka JertiWi! of The punch table held coffee with. Sothis sstt
9. of pink white and lavender and three Gainesville,,served as honor attendant. punch with a floral centerpiece*.
large lavender bows. Servers were She wore a gown of yellow Assisting were Odensia McConaghy
9ft Gina Stalnaker, Amy Turner Beth polyester sheer knit with square and Teresa Melton. Misty Kohler and
Starrier, Judy Morgan and Barbarab neckline and a natural waistline with Charlotte McConaghy handed out rice'' PUBLIC NOTICE
Sattler. long sleeves. She carried a bouquet of bags. '
yellow mums white daisies and Following a wedding rip to St.
Following a wedding trip to baby's breath with yellow streamers. Augustine the couple Is residing in r
; Daytona the couple will reside in The bride,given in marriage by her Gainesville 'I
.i Lawtey. The bride and groom are brother, 'Raymond Thomas wore a The bride Is"'employed at Nation- THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
.,1 graduates of Bradford High School. gown of white nylon with polyester wide Insurance and the groom works
R. She is employed by Aetna Finance In taffeta, acetate and nylon Lace with at the Veteran's Administration, both THE COUNCIL OF' THE CITY OF KEYSTONE
-2 Gainesville and he Is employed by an empire waistline with lace bodice In Gainesville.
lit Gilman Sawmill near Ltey. I It HEIGHTS INTENDS TO REQUEST THAT THE,

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I --.,nn h. Susan Champion Honored at Local Bridal Showers INTRODUCE INTO THE. 1983 STATE QF- _. : .

o "S Miss Susan Champion, whose marriage with a lace cloth and centered with a rangements of yellow and while FLORIDA'LEGISLATUREA'BILL' WHICH CALL
no to Thomas Derkman will be ant silk spring floral arrangement.The flowers on each table. ,f. : << r.ft
*.i event of March 18,was honored at two hostesses presented the Corsages in white, pink and blue FOR THE ABOLISHMENT: OF'rtbUSfclBILL NO:> :h
bno showers recently. honoree with a food processor as a carnations were presented to the' ,
4.., memento of the occasion. honoree,her mother Mrs. Don Chanv "" Al4.4f
fcf.C On Feb. 19, a bridal shower was pion and the prospective groom's;, 221T OF JUNE 10, 1965, WHICH WAS
rfmbio. given for Miss Champion at the home mother, Mrs Blonnio Derkman.
of Mrs. Jewell Joyner in Saratoga Following several games th"{ ACT RELATING TO CLAY AND BRADFORD,
yow Heights with co-hostesses: Mrs. Miss Champion was complimentedat honoree opened her. gifts which in"l,' 1
no William Carter,Mrs.Frances Wager, a bridal shower on Tuesday March eluded a set .matched. sheets and I''I COUNTIES: AIRPORT AUTHORITY? PRO "
non Mrs. J.L. Wilkerson Mrs. Edward' 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall pillow cases from her hostesses. 'i f. )
'.01 Akridge Mrs. Pauline Taylor and of the Madison Street Baptist Church.A Refreshments were served by the ',' VIDING' FOR MEMBERSHIP POWERS M t.j.
trip+' Mrs. Levi! Whittle. white and green color1 hostesses; Charlene Blalock, Mary': *
oil* The 18 guests enjoyed games with fellow. out In the decora- Lawson, Hazel Richardson, Liz'; DUTIES AND JURISDICTION: PROVIDINGAN '
.rtt prizes and refreshments during. the tions.The refreshment and gift tables Mathews 'Joan Epps Christine' .
.lInl party hours. were covered with lace cloths over Lawson. Mary Sue Tomlinson, Edilrt, EFFECTIVE DATE.
rtnol The refreshment table was coveredbias green and centered with ar- Few Marie. Siemer and Ruby Cooper f
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Leona City Clerk
fow Terry,

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:;:N Women of St. Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Guy <

yI...' Male Plans To Celebrate l

ezztk For. Several. Events' .", ...t,. Gold.n.'Anniversary. !d PUBLIC NOTICE

Atu. ,Mr. and Mrs. .. .. ." ,
President' Mrs. Herbert 'pomab' Guy .
a study program' celebrate their 50th wedding ;' r
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'10'" presented sary Sunday March J7
Who You Are, written ,
;bioV by Richard Green VII Bishop of Kan- .at,pm.a 'in the'Evergreen given The'Public Is hereby notified that 1E City:
sal, at the regular monthly meeting !reception: by their :
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?A,,, of the Women of St. Marks*' "'on".rues.oJ '' -'' ,March 8. :
evening ;
'sort. day devotional Mrs. Flossie and, Prescott worship gave"program'UxS:* Traditional' Mass ;) the Clay' County;: : Legislative:tl Delegation; 1 Introduce '

kilo,,et'Day Mrs.of Thomas Prayer reported held In the on'the Methodist World. coin Engaged: ,CoupU' ''f ;, Info .. ,the1' .,1983 State, :of ;;Fiorldo. ," ''r t,

'nls Church on March 4 and -announced To" B e Held March 18t Legislature fa bill ,which colic for revision .tO. /
.... that the Episcopal church womep lit + : ; : ,.;. 1,' ,'
the Diocese will hold a retreat M Lak 'There will be a Traditional "
-.ebb.11e t City at the Holiday Inn*prll IS-\1\ dbiol fered! by Father Andrew the ,Florida. : .Statutes: .concerning. : ,property.assessment l ,

.Invited member* to attend: .J J.o.1.' ;''of Brooksvilleprrc Susan eeding and the I ': :': ; and \tax colectieni' ,
ni ,. Plans were made tor.thi.' 'OJDRerWj-i Derkman Champion 111I: March'I'x :,. ; Specifically:,

_.,,,.* BishopFrpnkCervenyaiidthe"Cbni1r-q; ;{ !pmu.">\1):)at Traditional the Starke'Friday.Woman's Catholics .In..thati part .of ',the' Keystone Heights! \CUyv .":,. ,
Marjfjn .
MWC will be the host Weelt"cited to attend*s well .* Airport which'ex i : ,nds'' into4Irl ryi4erdCeuwty : :
,Services.March 28 though I I1: ''retdtives
tlut with lunch, being serve a! bc jl ritboo.noon ',redding,*.ioi will,,1'1>follow: "M'4'at 7 p.m: s ;bill \wilt ,authorize &rm&', ",'
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High Schools Hur and' Russell Lane and Pussell soo.'anCI
Bellamy In
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ricanes arrived with k busload full of' "'' ''Jones teaming the mile. In the 3000. : \ \ "
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athlete and '. ;,( 'tH. ".1:[ ,
coaches and the 'Canes'' 1 For the Lady Tornadoes' Pam :
simply' outnumbered Bedford and Hawkins won the 100 220 and anchored ,,-_._......, .,I ;. '}' ,:,,':' ': ,'.' '""' .". .

two other teams' lit raiireoaked' : the winning mile relay foursome eke .e..a i I) CtalniniU.MM BRAD,1 it t""J""I".. ; I.... ', \J. :'. -1
+way track mee'at:BHS Tuesday.The ,l that also Included Monica JoRO; n.1I, ....- M., ,tKmnt '. .,r;,. "..l'i"" .,. I"t .. "
ho,'. '. Ilk
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Pam BItS 'r.
Berry Boswell. and Robin Jefferson winners and pluctnLtnfjump.
Gainesville boys filed''up 1M-' .!) Davis. COI 144. :II Rob1aJd s" r 4 ,-
points to Bradford's with Keystone1-' be (BHS) | e. leak M.V. 1) Doolye (O) 41. x
_1)Cook(O)tl.It,awn, HaD IBHSI8167..
Heights scoring Just 8 and Union Karen Klmutl and'Allison Denmark saes nm i) cook (O) ".1.1 awn Hell BHS,
County 0., Both Keystone and Union went 1-2 In the 330 hurdles for >Mt*..41 (ylrt* BoUi. Slit...

County packed their teams up and BUS Michelle Klmutls and Carol lit!..l......, I) 'Muo (K:) l*.4, tttt t) Fme. .
departed early leaving GHS and BHS Fussell came across side by side to Hawking falls) II.II. Now i> Boyd (O> eta, a),
to battle In a virtual dual. meet, in the, .win the 1 mile and Bradford took the Carol ruiMU (BRA) t:M, I) Tammy Maw CBI''
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cold and : see i) Oelmtvlll sash it Bndtordi4Mi I
misty rain girlo medley relay with Polly Griffin, ISIS (1"KiIIauIIa..,Beery,.......JWtuse0.
,Boswell. Jefferson, and Michelle .
The GHS girls also used sheer: Klmutls doing the stickwork and I) Pet (0) *T.* >M ... <,......1ta..'
number to outpoint Bradford 04-72, Klreutiit: (BHS) M.tt, a) Allusion Denmark C811S1'I'
with Keystone third with 10 points. legwork.Loper. W H.MM l)MUmMMd(0)I,-,,) Meals Marry s J JIt
"They've the kids BHS coach (B> *,a>.1,Tammy MUM (B> I:tt.**.***., \
got ,
......11 Bradford s.eP.. Je"
says depth will continue to be GriIIIe,Boawol., ters.
George Loper said after the meet. .. M. Kkrnlsl.son .
"They've got something like 7 ,a problem for BHS track, but he and 1) Pun Hawkins (BHS) ..,. fr.M.KM ItMldMlle
coaches to work with them and the do assistant coach Buddy Revels are KlrnuUa (B) fat Cwal PNedl (a) till

have an awful lot Yo4 depth! They've, ,hoping quality if not quantity will II:It. MM. ...... 1) Bradford 4M4t (BarryBamtD <,'
got A fine team" begin to show at the big Invitationals ,Mlonoa "Hnrktet

Loper saw some bright spots In the and in the post-season meets. BUS sore gees MOTMI 1) talnonlUe let *) BRAD-
defeats though, including the work of has had 10 girls either quit, or be FORD 1,11 ltayttoM,4> Union(Yung,9. I!
the BHS which scratched because of Injury or grade 4.
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relay units win 4 of .
(winners end > >
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problems and the Lady Tornado active 4't
baton races. He also praised Kenny phew 1)Cogs: (a) 1161,. 41 Kew wrtptC.> ,f
Wright, who placed in the 110 and 330' roster now lists junta t J girls. :'r1s....t_ DDUoa (O) lt-10..,) trie LintB : r q''' '
hurdles with the shot ( ) It-t, Patrick Mills (B> 17-114, 6) Brad t
along put and, Invites Set SaturdayThe Rassau (B).. .IDoniil.a. )( ) 11-11.1110 lni i I
disgus4"Just 1) Muter(O) M,U Gary Carter (B).-t,I) Mark t
coming off like BHS boys and girls track teams Pierce (B)t-4.. I) Robert Bdlamy (IBI....Trt>M t
weightlifting will head their separate ways Satur- |O.1)Noun(a) ".'...s)Brie Lane(5)01)165, ,
he has Kenny did great the first timeout 4) Brail Boom (B) M-4. <. in > Denmark, tO
with the boys team going to Ocala = .I '
." day ( ) t-t.. I) Clifford Kin -) t-t. ftx see 4) Al 0
for the Knights of Columbus invitational Caaa 10111,.) K myWruitBlt-:: ,. JIM J 47 e4l

Big point getter for the BHS boys and the girls going to high k- 8"10/ is a... *> KaMy I( r"+ Ili v'wtM1NWt' >iisiktgtyt L, !
though was sparkling sophomore Antonio Gainesville for the University of Wright(B)17.M. tte.1)AntoottJonai(B)10-1221'
Jones, who tripled with wins in Florida' Lady Gator Relays. Doaiut Banks (B) MM.. 4) Brad
It U.auU-DWlng the 100 ((1023), 220 (24.02), and 440 t:tt.us.....11......ord...AWe,......,.
(51.0) yard dashes. Donnie Banks wasa Coach Loper said he planned to RUH.U Lana), ..AIW1ul
fraction of a second behind Jones in enter three relay teams In the 4M 1) Antonio"-IBI. ,1.1... 41.IM Brim ),'
try ((5).....se w_II)Byrd (0)"."' .t)Kaey
the 100 at 10.26 but muscle prestigious Gator affair: the .
pulled a leg Wright BHS 4*.M.Me- 1) PaOuira (O) I.H. IM. 4
and didn't run again. 440, mile, and 3-mile relays; Also; .!.*n.,......U Gstn..11M4:00: ".1)Bi adlad 4:U.*'
BHS also took both the boys 440 Karen Klmuti Is to be in both Ballamy All Mill, Co....Ma. -
relay and mile relay with Frank hurdles, sprinter Pam Hawkins in the _II.Jane CG.( 14......1 Tad Bnaae(19)15.71.) : Up, Up and Away... .
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Two 1) Lewis (O) II:47 (> Carrie ThotaaaB
Allen;Robert Bellamy Brad Russell 400 meters and/or the 100,'Michelle ( ) U:4t M*.Mia*.I) Bradford a:44..I BaUamjr, Bradford High's Clifford Hill attempts a pole vault clearance\ ef Meet .la 'fIr.'a'.eadaerlla..pere<
and Eric Lane combining on the 440 Klmutls in the 800' meters, Carol Russell,Lens, A.loam. }. track meet la Starke.



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Bill Sexton by a Hair y .w.n'r Vi River Run Has Local FlavorAs I

In Men'sScoring: RaceThe

mythical scoring race in the Bradford Roadrunner coach Dempsey Revels of Jacksonville

Starke men's basketball league came George Loper put it, "Starke and waan t far oft that pace with a 1:06.47

literally down ,t0 the wire with Bill Bradford County were well time.
Sexton of Stevenson Construction represented" at last Saturday's
meter River Run in Jacksonville. Next locaDy was a trio of young
Inking 32 points in his final game to 15,000!
Roadrunners: Gene Powell In 1:IS:34.
Longcham dunking .
edge ,
Tom Moon
Henry : : ,
machine Curtis Hill for
top scoring followed
honors. :. Between members of the Roadrunners 1:17:13; by BUS girls Carol
!{ Club Including some of Leper's Fussell 1:21:09: and Michelle Kimutia
Sexton finished with a 23.5 scoring
average with 1118 points in 1ballgames high school track team members and 12157.,
the serious in Bradford better Cheryl Godwin finished In 1:23:36:
Hill canned 278 points In joggers
t than a runners competedand with a couple more young Roadrunner -
12 outings for a 23.2 average.And .
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!M714k Christi Harrefi> (1:27:25):
'r finished the race through the girls:
Just a shade behind the top pair .
and Chris Anders (1:27:32) crossing:
streets of Jacksonville.BradfciA .
of other prolific
was a couple
IfS the line Just seven seconds.apart.
>- h 6't\rSLe.THMton Baker ofLI.QI
t,8 with, a U.6 averages i l : High School' senior Curtis' ,_.And.nmshtaoVltoe. W* for tte se
< n> :-: tvertalr"SnwrA( 'n4e14 f.9 : i 0)noa., "' Jon** ww the first local fliuaher'm 1""Iaour'I"miJlute. cond,' .tnuabt-ear was Beverly
6.rv TA i
.e nQr hhiitee, w ayP'tt"} 4.p and"12 seconds. I McGee of st arlte, whose 1:30:17: time

games had more total. points than, tai Because be didn't writ a previous was some 11 minutes under the time
'In the league with 309. best time on his entry: form Jones was she ran in the same race last year.
anyone placed well back in the pack of over Other local finishers were Andy

LEADING SCORERS 6,000 starters and took a couple Jordan and Danny Hildebran who

.(wt.-w, 78-Y" 'minutes Just to make It to the finish ran together all the way and finishedin

1))Bill( Sexton,SMvoBKwS loss line said Loper.He'd have gone about 1:34:15.:
)Car tle Kill .. champ a.* under 1 hour easily."

.)Hilton Baker,oiln'/Oldtlmam .11 .. ... Winner of the overall championshipand
4))Curtis White,JtfkwnSiDwaynaCuramfcill M* : .". -. -.,_ ......If. ... .
'> :) ; .Stavtmaonl 14* ,.. Larry Green of Starke ran 1:01:37 the$3SOO prise was British Olympian

'-" .Jackaoe,Hawks U* 183 Men's League Champions... J In the over 30 division and Rick Solo Nick Rose in 43-41.4. while

,',.,,4 7)Bruet),Chariot Jaduon I**.WKhboiM.Jacktoo.. II.S SU Jackwo'l Building Supply wee Us second strait Gassed, Brace Jackson, and Curtis While, 2nd ..... of Lawtey clocked In at 102:44.: Grady Charlotte Teske.from the West Boston Ger-

J01 Chris Clundl.0H9 .. *. Starke ate*'* basketball league regular season .from. left: Eddie Dyal, Chub Johnson, and Ronnie\ Pauley of Lawtey finished in 1.03:28.: Marathon champion and
r- 'year. Thomas. 3rd row from left. .9am, Slblc)'. Bob KoUUnea Buddy Revels, assistant track coachat many, won the women's division
i bottom from left Brian and Sam Basiett + BHS, ran 1:05:40, and his brother $2,5001n 10:11.7.
Players pictured are: row,. \ 'yr,;%;;r.

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-" t : FOR BRADFORD Plaintiff e9"S'00"' Watt 101*,OS concave Southeasterly
name.of "FIONEER ELECT TO: SEIAND I. 'wit, February 24. 1983.. D vIt Ion 1-3462 COUNTY vs feet fo the. Westerly right aid. c curve having' a con

TRIO.COMPANY" and tar JOHNS., IF UVING. THE and file the. original with ESTATE CASE NO.83MIN CLINTON *.MEIER: of way .line of a 60 loot troi eagle' of vryryr a
,nge.e bin business, SURVIVING MOTHER the Clerk. of the above IN RI- OF BILLY BYRON and. road, thence run North radius of 559 44 foot, an
that AND HEIR AT LAW OF styled. Court at the Bradford WIUIS SWINDELL of .SO foot
.under ,fjctltlou RE:The Marriage of ELIZAMTHIYRON, I44rotr lea along sold arc length 1 TO
EMORY MELVIN Deceased
I 11 Munff wlnV! a principal JOHNS. County Courthouse of and a chord bearing and.
V M5Leg docooMd. AltO IF DEAD: ,Stark. Florida 3301 HUGH R. BRADLEY, No wife.- Westerly right way
pace'of builnete et .Potltlonor/Huiband' Defendants.NOTICE. (line 520.63 foot; thence distance of North
TO HIS SURVIVING WIFI either before service onPetitioner NOTICE ,
I F.O. Box 264
,
vvcwley. Florida MOM. IF ANY AND LIVING. HIS -. attorney or, 'OF ADMINISTRATION 'and run North OP274 Eot 17ir34"' tail 170.14
OF SALE long Mid. Westerly right loot: thence North
ISSUE IF ANY AND LIVING Immadlatohthraftori j fdJl; LINDA BRADLEY'
1. A: JWchael L OgletbyxlDudtty of line 408.24 foot too MfOSVT: East along' sellWesterly .
,. Hardy. P.A. AND IF NOT TO AU thorwlM 9 kidgomenf, The admbilttratlon of RespondentWlfoNOTICE. way
v John H. Jones E.... HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS. will be entered excluding the' estate!).of", WILLIS Notice .to .haraby alv n concrete. menunleMI right of way
I >By O. Drawer 1030 *' DEVISEES. GRANTEES you a*' .' SWINDELL/...d__..... OF ACTION' that pursuant Mr awe thence run NorthJOW44" line :MS.13 foot M an

tark. Florida 32091 ASSIGNEES. IIENORS beneficiary of EMORY File Number S3-IS-CP. It order or e. final |wlg*> : lout along. sold Iron pipe: thence run
eofiae f rpO4)( ) 964-5701 CREDITORS. TRUSTEES.OR MELVIN JOHNS barring pending In the Circuit To LINDA DUE mnt' ., lor.elo urAnflArfld .' Westerly right of way North 33"48W last
Attorney for Rglttrant OTHER CLAIMANTS you forever from. any .Intent Court for Bradford County BXADIEY what In the above fine at.9Ot. to e con. along Mid Westerly right
3/IO-3/31 CLAIMING BY. In sold root proper. Florida. Probate OK4tlon residence unknown. captioned action > will crt* monument: thence of way line 71.13 loot to
THROUGH UNDER OR ty and ,granting fotltlonor ., the address of YOU ARC HEREBY Mil the property situated. run Northerly along' told an Iron pipe and the

. OF INTENT AGAINST MLAND a. AGNES J. MANN which It Bradford County NOTIFIED that an action In Bradford County. Westerly right of way point. of beginning:
JOHNS. deceased: AND tho. relief demanded Courthoute, Stark.
,: TO REGISTER / for dlttolutlon. of man Florida, described OH tin.with a cow neeceve thence continue North
FICTITIOUS NAMI.t NOTICE OF INTENT Alt UNKNOWN OTHER the complaint or .petition. .. Plorlda. 1M names and hat .bn flldagolntt lot On. (1)), .f Westerly Mid curve haw 33>4ror East along' Mid
., HAVING OR odd,.._' of the rlaa' *
TO REGISTER PERSONS .pen Circuit SEMINOU RIDGE Unit lug a central angle of Westerly right of way
;Will OF FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME CLAIMING ANY OUGHT WITNESS my hand and ional=.......and Court you of In the the Eighth No. 7. unrecorded S7"5e'KT, .a '.radlu* of (line 125.00 foot to an
TITLE .OR INTEREST the eeal I of this Court the ,repretantatlvo .
OF BRADFORD on of of land 331.00 foot an ore Iron pipe on the SoutherAkola -
the a
of map survey
Judicial Circuit
,J THE '",,PROPERTY February 14th. 184.GILBERT : t attorney ore tot
STATE FLORIDA
OF of line of
MICHAEL: Stata of Florida In and In Fractional season 12. .length of 2D4.Of foot and. If right way
forth below._
DESCRIBED.
HEREINAFTER'
I. OGLESRY.hereby COUNTY OF BRADFORD S.BROWN and Lane 60 foot
Iouth. Range' chord bearing a
Township
and
notice that! Clerk. Circuit Court All tntVt VVtslM persons for Bradford County,
he Jittendt give to: rt glmf"with F&! BHUPAT H.. PATEL and; .: UiDIN C ll; .Y; Barbara A.Stamar ore required to til* wiltsthis you 'ere t requeued to 22 fact Florida. Bradford 01 urwvyad County. 04-03'S4"distance: "last of,. 201J North County North Rood 19'O'Y31W., thence run*..
WITHIN THREE tA ,
UNKNOWN. court nerve. a copy 'your
NORMAL FATEL. his Deputy Clark ll
the Clerk of Circuit MONTHS OF THE FIRST defenses, H by Joseph O. Knapp, ft to a concroto mores along told Southerly
YOU ARE NOTIFIED : written anyto
wife, .hereby give notice> l/244tchg 8/17
Court for Bradford County of 'line 1 "I..ts
that they Intend to that an action by AGNES PUBLICATION 'OF THIS It., on the. Petitioner .'Ol.t.,." land men!: thence run North right way .
Florida the fictitiousMAGICAL register with the dark of J. MANN b defendne NOTICE NOTICE: (1) all clolmt whet name and ad- Surveyor Mid. parcel b*> 12-M-W Wt along foot. to an Iran pipe

I ,. Circuit Court for Brad the beneficiaries of ()INTENT ....Mst lhi.ttato and J dreti< It HUGH I.aItADLIlY. Ing mar Mid Westerly right of thence run South
"J." ford County. Florida the. EMORY MELVIN JOHNS. TO REGISTER ((2) eny !|"person .en' Route 1. Sox described '1 In EXHIBIT way line It.Ot foot to a """ '40" West 1TO.48 to

fictitious name of "PIXIEMOTEIandti.ppog. .......... hoe been filed FICTITIOUS NAME Interettod to '644...,. Lawtey. Florida "A.ettodiod hereto..... concrete mnumntjtrtonco : en Iron pipe end a.anal:

r.. TOUCH ) .mIn Ill the above described FLORIDA. whom this notice woe '205.... and file tha mad. part t......... run Narthorly thence ran South
". .., I'r builnoM. under that ,ctltlout 'Court 'Mid action. In- STATE OF mailed1met. challenge original! with the Clark of ,BX01sn.A".. long Mid Westerly rightof rror feat along. Mid
fit:; ... COUNTY OF BRADFORD the volldlty'of the will, 'canal 1 40.00 foot to *n
tiara. nama with a prim. _I. kid Is klarke v the above styled. Court THAT CERTAIN I'IICI. wy .line with a curve
.li CLASSIFIEDS1' 3dpol piece of business of right td .tho. poooMkonand ; the. qualification* of rile bolero Aw1l'14,' PARCEL 011 TRACT Of Mncoo Easterly foldcurr Iron pipe thence run
SLT ENTERPRISES. INC. .,-I I'a...,.. an or'
.
,
.l ownership of the control North 734S'S2" lest
LAND SITUATE TYING having e
... .
,If ; 1 Temple-Avenue hereby gives notice> that venue a*'(...urlxJIcHon of' 193.Otherwise. .. '
: following property' In. bo enterodagalntt AND SIINO IN THI eagle, of iri3'40HradliM a 1039 fo M an Iran
Mmtondtli register' with .. .. mom may
the ..
. \;; Stark*. Florida 32091. Bradford. County., the Clerk. of rht> Circuit for the relief' COUNTY Of BRADFORD of 5SO 00 foot onre pip; "hence run SouthrO744Eo
AU CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS you
1f : 1 1 ; 't ."ay:9hupetPetlNormal. 'FtondaE. TheEouth.asf Court for Bradford County NOT SO FUD demanded In. .th. com STATE OP.HOKIOA,',TO length of 174 S* foot tllS.00 foot
? Patel ; Florida.the, Ncrrrioueiname \ WIT and e chord bowing and. to the Point of ....-
.. t J.t' Dt.D\&Y! r. tfAlUW. PJU.. Ouortor c4 the" NorthM>* WILL rEPubllcefiew FORCVER IIAItORED. ; plaint, or petition.WITNESS .f distance '.f North ......
t ,, hn" Joa.t A- of LW S PLACE and JJ1\>,.., my .hand and Lot One U).
:I Sege Quarter of Section 36 sale) thoKlohMMl
to
at public
: Or4 4 Wwt
r ta engage In butlneteondtr of ..this the Mol of Mid Court on SEMINOLE IIIOGI Unit < 17J.T4
P.O. Drawer:030 .,, ;TowtwMp ., I' Ie' and beef bidder
5gvghfraRange. that'flctltlout' No. 7 en' unrecorded fo.. en Iron pipe;
*' NotIce has begun Ift March 14. 1983H : ,
J' '
Of Stork..JpWidBjJOt i 20 Boo.and'. .
.
for .. .. M the from -
anf
with thn. North
name a principal March) 17,;1S3." GILBERT. BROWN .mop *f a survey*f land ran
945701CAMNO.B9.nC1 ?
: My '.l.( 04)) place of buelnete at 1401 ', > ,.,,1'01" tat olono. MidWwMrfy ancf ef' Iha Bradford
12 "
SHp11 .. > S. f *rMnolReprtnf At dork of the. Court In. Fractional Section ,;
.. ,.. ,, ,. Th. SovithwotlQuartor I .
.
"": star-Temple A........, atlvet: By Sou loh Moody Township South Now fight of way County Courthouse in.Starke
.of. the Nonthwiitt .
t.' ; Stork*. I ,1.at .- MIntIIe L llhodoft lma 43r.M foot to an Plaride between
r At dork3174tchg4O7 32 EMI Bradford Caraty.
Quartan V',31 sS0B Deputy
,
0 411111 ( \ .... .
INC) 11135 Nall Court Florid. ) a surveyedby .INft'1 thence' run .00 a and 2:00 p.m.on
y IN CIRCUITAt tem tOWMh..SItanva* ..* .\BYE i.L! .tan.E)4iiriflts, ,,/'stark.' .Ner4o, :Most,. JaMpH O. 1CntIPII. North.eut.rly, eleng. sold April' 11. 1*S3.cuurrs. .

i t b ;; Yea ero'roaulroJ; "'to ... .... -' Attorney fir. .J r I, ,I', :. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Registered lend 'Westerly rtghl of way SHOWN
,CRtCU1T, Mrve.d of -, DUDLEY P.HAIIDY.fI.A\:. ,.,...a: ...,.,...It L, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Surveyor Mid.Forest bo-; .....wI...a curve concave amKorcmcurrCOU .
.
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'Qf': "I MEW v wrlttvn :.cblfeWSeS i.444w .) \.:"6Yt,0 Iw JeMr. Iaq. tetivar. --'WU\\; \ '
(,*MOH. WK)Otlf .,lO I "I I r Dudley ".A. ', "? AND FOR. described elf .....'- haying. a control angle. of ;Beulah Moody
== y ,;. I, '.0. I)ryi .'I qi';n If t'r Crab
t Q : *wtMinl niico .ta addroned. -, e BRADFORD COUNTY, CMxrenee ata VffXtTi 0 radlM' of Detouty
,' If o...,. .. . > FLORIDA Rot., monument a* ma. SCO.OO foot, an .arc DonaIdM.IoIII...
.
: Brown of MUr. MJ ++ 017IN .::1fe: dA@.......(90v' 'S, :cAlioIQ..w7: Southeast Sooner of Mid lonath of 32 M loot end. Suite)00 The Callorla.

IN'Poll JOFOSON, P.A., 0.0 -. a/iy) DIVISION ,action 12 and run" North :chord barfcig end. 333 louro StroM4aduonvl
,$4.4 o:iUVAM7"joMx' tla wberry Read '.0.' THE 0IICu1T CWJRTt4UMFOR ichg324MTHSCtacUITCOU "t *... 0rrr io.f along me 'dispense' ef North fI.. F1322031e1ephaa0
( if < -
\ IYM&VIN JOHNS. .... 1MOO, GolnnvlM*.. ( T' FLOWOATmi' ,". tool (Inns of Mid section 064X27"East S3 JS fool; )!

I CALL. i Decewed Florida 38604. Attorney "' ," '01'THE EIGHTHJUIMELI. a MO.TGA1i..COM..... IX e'distance of K4M tl.....run Ncrth...iortylong ,<<'01)35) +83:16: ,

...,. ,... ,' tor ., Hrr<.on,, or: f .CIRCUIT 'PAN,. foot M a concrete mgnufhanc oW.Wottorty right Attomoy...plaintiff

r..wllfe.lf': ,' : ,. t:it.'*host fttsV 3ao, =::1111.i.1:J1 '."' 1..>.. .qt'r ."AHq" .N Florida corporation, "?tn.m4. run Soiyfft M wy Pre will( e, Fuse .;.1/.17 2lchg" 24.111m



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Pale NA TELEGRAPII March 11. 11113 \



I : Coach, Hartley Knows 1983 Tornadoes. Have to Work for Baseball Success


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After enjoying two District championship two homers good for 7 of the Bronco this week. "The kids are gonna have Hartley knows you Just don't lose:: ,With Middleburg.up just 1.* In thin groundnut Schooling was nailed try:
i ;' *, one Region crown, and RBI's. to do a little bit extra we haven't had people! like that and nil in the spot bottom of the BUt Boston unleashed a /' ing to go to third on an across-the- i
a three .500 or better seasons in the last After a rained out game with to do around her*. In the ballgaines with the simple wave of apond 1. grand slam shot for a M Middleburg dlamond throw that ended the taming. I
,g four years the BHS baseball programwas Keystone Hell Tuesday the Tor- we have to go out a produce runs with "Those people would do lead. One inning later he came up Richie Fender had also doubled '
being tabbed as one of the better nadoes stood at 3-4 for the season and the little,things. We're going( >o have things to produce'runs," be noted with two men on and the Broncos on' back in the first with 3 outcry but be I
baseball factories In north Florida. host Gainesville Buchholz Thursday to be able to bunt when you recalled "We might not be abM to do the big top 6-0 and lofted a wind-blown 3-run' was left on ba... ;
And along with a reputation like that night, at 7:30: p.m. in Starke. BHS on and things like that because we things but we need to do the little homer for the final advantage in a win Fender took the loss .his first of the
goes the expectations of more easy Coach Mike Hartley plans to throw just don't have the athletes up. and things now. We've always started out that was the 7th In the last 8 games for year, after B urrendericf 1 runs, B of
pickings. Richie Fender at the Bobcats.Fenderwas down the lineup. Right now. wo',.not slow though. Even1: UVB.year we were the Broncos ((8-4). "' them earned IN Mi ummga. The
Well. Tornado 'coach 'MikelIarUey'a M until being roughed up a bit by doing those little things" 19-7 we were M at one point,About "You're Just not going to see too Junior righthander hadn't allowed a,
most difficult task this year Middleburg last week. Gone from the successful BHS halfway through the season I look to many high school games where a guy run In his first two starts but walked 7
Is convincing his young ballclub that Bradford Is also scheduled to be at lineups of recent years are) no less see some change. That would be good bits two homers for 7 runs like that" batters against the Broncos.Schoening .
nothing is going to come easy. Opponents home Tuesday night March 22, for a than five athletes who were recruited because so many of these kids are Hartley said. "I didn't really feel like, led BHS with J hits in 4 at
aren't going to lay down and 7:30 district with Gainesville.Both either by Junior colleges or the pro's coming back (only' two players it was a 9-0 game We hit the ball,,we, bats. Fender and Andy CbafI..l..*
play dead because they rememberBHS are contests. for their talents Three, Bill Goodgeand graduate)." Just didn't hit the ball well and we 1 and Rick Welch l-S ,
was 32-18 over the last two "We've lust gotta realize we don't Scott Allen at St. John's toss '
Community The Middleburg could,and probably didn't come up with the clutch hits." ardlerll to.atjaee eel tMMrftobwa
seasons.Just have the talent we've had the last couple College and Kenny Clark should have been a lot; closer In the third BItS had its best chance .N... s'- .
Saturday Middleburg showed years" Hartley said as he orchestrated with the Atlanta,Braves farm system than the 9-0 score Indicates. to score when Matt Widener reachedon .. Tomberlin.. *. Fender (2-1),
the Tornadoes no respect blasting out players through the are still playing baseball at higher 7 of those runs came on two swings an: error and Jimmy Schoening HI. Boston (M) 2. at- Schoening
a 9-0 win as Wayne Boston, slugged various stations of a BHS practice 1.1. ) of the bat by the Broncos Boston. rapped a ,double. But on an ensuing Fender (B).

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Sports- Erisrfa' PIIJII! IrIIEAGLE'B'' On Sale, Thursday,

..4..4..... .... --". IBi ii III Friday & Saturdayl




No The Weightlifting BUS two PlacersAt Bradford High


weightlifters who qualified for last NATIONAL 'BRANDS SALEI
Saturday's state meet at North
Marion weren't able to place against
Florida.strongest class AAA lifters in

Kenny Wright failed to makeweight

Roland in Coleman's the 165 pound total division of 515 poundsIn while Names you know and trust at' savings up to47% '* '

the same division wasn't among the
placers. Coleman benched 310 pounds i rp
and did 205 in the clean and Jerk. H, r
State championship team for the rLakewood
3rd straight year was Lake Wales
High with host North Marion second. $av 5.22 : save',23%, ,


Night Classes Exercise RestartThe 2/99q! :

!!
night exercise classes taughtby l ;is WAS 23.88 PRE.T1 i err,
Starke Rec. Director Cheryl God 2/1.2$ k ; ,
win will restart Tuesday night March 2 SPEED JUMBO ROLL
22, at the Old Armory. Both aerobics 20 INCH FAN PAPER TOWELS ;)

and regular excercise are used in the High-Impact front and 103 sheets two-ply towels I
classes. UL APPROVED back safety grill. 6 ..;,.. w are highly absorbent, have
Advanced classes will start at 5:30: -- ,wing blad.. Euy portability hundred of dally ue*. \ 'r I
p.m. and beginning classes at 6:30 from room to room Stock-up at this low price. \ fKeliy

each Tuesday and Thursday evening.
Cost is $8 for 10 weeks.

[Ii] ;BELLE JOUR MEN'S a WOMEN'S'y..' 1II r
'
I., Youth Umpires f INDIf30 DENIM ,4iI j

Clinic March 30A .. \II\ \ STRETCH JEANS 7/I
: I
s ve. ,:...11'; mrBD
Stretch fabric for comfort S Sand
clinic for umpires in the Dixie 1
fit. Embrdder.d E
HINIl1
soup gEL
Youth baseball leagues has been set back pockets. yoke back. 5pocket _._ __ _
83 -
for Wednesday night, March 30, starting style. Straight leg -
at 7 p.m. at Pratt Street Field in\ 6' 11w adka, alzss 6-18. Mena 1'r
Starke. WAS 7.94 13.86 \ boot cut sizes 28-38, yfr, / ,/

I
Spring Festival GALVANIZED 20 5.5: LB. GRANULAR
GAL.TRASH CAN HTH CHLORINE 1 '
Set May 21 Here \ e
Large r-aoaclty garbage can Kills bacteria. controls ,.-:
The date for the Starke Rac.Department's haa protective cover and 1 algae to keep pools sparkling J E A K S
Spring Festival has easy carry handle clean
t been moved up a week from May 28
;f to May 21.
The Festival Is an event to

.. MtowcaMtalemsvuchasbaUet.gym-4.,.
". wasttcs,piano etsvbekng taught the'. -
y 'Srea. It will not be an open''talent '
show. All performers must be part of
a class (individual or group) taughtby \
an instructer. e oz FRUff OFTfIE lAOM r '
Instructors interested in entering '
students in the Festival should call
VAWEa ,
S4
} ;
the Rec. Department at 964-6793 to
t enter. e ,MEN'S FAMOUS \ p
? r
,. t TENNIS HATS
Osceola Forest Run -- ,

,Is Sat., March 26 E !%.BD save'27%, 's ve'31.
Local running enthusiasts will havea BRIEFS T-SHIRTS
chance to compete in a 5,000 meter 1/p43 '. <<1: r' i 61 C61 : ;
(3.1 mile) race 1 mile fun run, or 861 99 t 99 WERir, WERE 596 1 iI
both at the Osceola Forest Run at the 10.66 1E WAS 1.97 VAA/ 1.47 WAS 1.i 59 5.88 8.88 PRICE"
Osceola National Forest Rifle Rangein 5/8"x50' CARWAIHOR PINIIOL.1S0Z. INSTANT MILDEW MEN'S GOLDEN MEN'S 2-POGKET1si mU
Lake City Saturday. March 26. GARDEN HOSE PASTE WAX LIQUID CLEANER STAIN REMOVER 3 PK. UNDERWEAR CHAMBRAY SHIRTS .."j
Cost is $4 for both runs if an entry a .,'nl i .ii9
'
form with address, and T-shirt Reinforced with nylon tire Zip Wax car wash or Super Clean. dlalnlKta and Start working on contact I Shrinkage controlled poly/ Short skews. blue (II\fr"
size and check name to Osceola Forest Run cord. Tough. and durable Hard Shell pate wax. deodorlzee Nt itl-us.s.. With trigger 18 N. ox. p_ / cotlorv.Reinforced.' S-JO, cotton, fin'Slight. b.II'(nrege'"' lW SL'ul ,.5510r .luIUJU'IKbl.'

2260 McFarlane Ave., Lake City ,1. 1 \ r )
32055 is received by March 22. '' ( KatbnQ oensutWawi.d :
i t1
Day of race registration ($5)will be : +L .I t mllo:)
held from 8-9 a.m. for the 5K and -10am. l E ( J;

for the fun run. at'the Rifle H L HIEfE; juirv (. $ I : nrde'U'p'TO'4"'OJ'
Range. 11&'OJ
For more information call 7553979or '"" "" ', o '" 1 .rr boa
752-1500. ,
r
t s .av*47l Suave Shampoo,, \: 1-- --. # ,.
Founders Run 16 ox.All J ype*. WAS 1.8t1..Hoi>.....".oi;...99-, \ I".
Day ( ,
i CAlifoRNiA IVY
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I.
Set in KeystoneAnother sw47x18uawCondltlon.r '' r
.
16 01.All Type*" WAS 1"8.8".;...'...".......,...... f.'' .- ,
5K and 1-mile fun run combination ii fi '. .( -
\ "f171.
will be at the Keystone Ii :
tav. 17% An[cln Tablet, '
.
_
.
Heights Founders Day Run set'for 100 Count WAS 2.89.,.._..*............"...... ,/11W' I ,f'.. ,

Saturday The 5K race April will 16.start at 9 a.m'and: 61 '; eve 28V.rt:>;t."V'\r tan\: Tablet, eNO BMlRT983 .

the fun run at 9:40 a.m. at the City 6 24 Count. WAS 2.29....,..................._,.,6.1.6Vw..4 39"6' 25
Hall with the coursewinding 7. t WERE WERE T PRICE .
through the scenic town. S3MULTICOLOR : 696 ,,7.118 UP TO 3 39

Entry fee is $5 per race for oreregistratlons WEB ave 24 Count 33%.!WAJJ Eflerdent, |_93 Tablets? ..._.,.............'..' '1.. .29 MEN'S TENNIS' LADIES' SPUN COMFORT STRIDE'
which must be mailed BEACH CHAIR \: : +' COORDINATES POLY TERRY TOPS PANTY HOSE

by Friday April 6 Preregistrationalso Aluminum frame multi ave 41KI Right Guard ter/cotton. EcruUneck front and back; tight eupport Sandalfoot.;
guarantees a T-shirt. On your color webbing,arm rest Deodorant 10 OX. WAS 3.88.?......;,........2. ..e7navy ecru/burgundy. 9-XL. Lush pastel,Mrlpe 3-l reinforced toe or Queen
pre-registraUon paper list name age .
sex, address, club affiliation anawblch ,, # ';. CARTER PP
races) you are entering plus IIADPEPPERfIbL{ ,c. Leat
signature. Runners under 18 yean of "
.,
age need to have parent's signature '" !" !'''!!,..<:,'''' .'.{..j. l<

Mail entry to: Keystone Heights ':''''.1'I'i'\; '; ; );"

Keystone Founder's Heights Day Run Fla., P.O.32658.Box 336: ':... .:. .1'...... :' .

Also day-oi-race registration will -" i"; ;' ..
be held front 7:30: to 8:40: a.m. at City '......
.' '
.
Hall. Cost is S6. :f. "'

For further information call'Jim, ., I .
Winn at 473-2482: after 6 p.m. .
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Spo' Calendar. 4 PAC ADY BATH ENSEMBLE 0) '
BATH. ,-. t 9'7' 194" .
983.BATRsgits
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Hfaya adult teams who want to use the Softball field in 'l, ; SoftballSpotlight "'
Lawtey for practice should call him. :'
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,J fV$2-SKW.during business hours to sign Up for practice .. Blacksbcar arrived at.
If.time,.He hopes to alleviate the of
problems having more : at the same time to BUS
y>tbaq png4eari, (:arriving for a practice: session during theyouth h i actkm last week and
"'teams 4 & was a rather rude In-
P.il<1e ; have first priority.on the field. I':" .. for the catcher from

h. ,oeNation8l" Tourney Sites' Announced... Other tourney dates we know of Include: the NorthsMe' r & .Hlk.the Raider catcher

i-SIM*,ti,the'ASJl national Softball tournaments were Baptist church tourney March 24-26 at Edward's. Rd the ball for an ...
included in the recent Balls& Strikes magazine. field; the Gainesville Umpire's men's open way things have been
: -In;youth events the weekend of August W.will have March' 25-27; a Lawtey Dixie Youth, Assoc. chum for the Bradford girls
i the boys IS-under In Athens Ga.,and the boys 18-under tourney April 15-16 In Lawtey;. a Clay Electrld mess Ww.J.r. to t4 with two straight
ln>Gadsden\ Ala.The August 11-14 weekend includes the church tourney set for April 1-2 in Lake Butler; and a week.
jsjirte;,ls>Under in Tifton, Ga.' Clay Electric women). tourney April .15-16:: In,' ?Lake UUrlachea l7 to
Butler. 4ri'f BHS girls were nipped
Virtually aU'the adult slowpitch tourneys are the ... 11-10 to the bottom of
weekend xtt.Sept. 2-S with, men's church in Atlanta ,,Starkettea Play-A-Thon'March 26'..." v< Thursday and lost at
men* "A"l InElksGarove.Salt Lake CltYt Utah; The Starkettes girls 13-15 year old ASA Softball team< i Heights M Monday. 11
woman's : ',.," ."
Cal.;' men's In will be, holding ,a 30-mning "Play-A-Thon" raises oat by BHS helped
Waterloo ,Iowa; men's Major In Parma Ohio; themen' money Saturday March 26, and .is asking for pledi-? .:\ eanse.
Kansas .
"B" invitational Overland Park, ; the from game was a good
men*"* "C" Invitational Mansfield, Ohio; and men's community. v ;v: didn't hit the baD"
Supef in Burlington N.C. Coach Lorretta Marchant says the girls will be taking coach Gayle Lee.
Not]national tourneys. are scheduled for Florida this pledge amounts for each inning they play and will be Is scheduled to take on
year ; ; shooting to go the full 30-innings in the scrimmage.,. High Friday, March
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AaP.Tournament' Money raised will go towards uniforms and traveling expenses -., ,' Fe Tuesday March
: for three or four tournaments they plan to go to.; .' 4 p.m. at WestsMe.
.Trail..* As of now Starkettes are sponsored by the lice' ,c,'.,.
That Church of God men's church tournament to be Department.. 'ra I:. "
held in Starke has been moved to the )weekend of April !iI ,
29-30,;; Far' lon McClellan 'says he's shooting for an i Starting time for the Play-A-Thon" v will be, 9 a.m. at A
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list, Grace, Kingsley Lake and New River. Mrs.Marchant also mentioned that the Starkettes will'? .
again be holding their own invitational youth tourney i;r ,
and two; restricted'night balls, with ,',
trophies'going four here lit Starke this season: 1), -
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High basketball team'' show scoring boards' with
leader Gary Carter snapped two Junior -
school records in his amazing senior ..the top
season turnaround. 'and number Fertilizer,
In the process of going from a'4 ppg average.
0 v4t Alpf point per game junior to a 13.4 ppg senior
senior Carter established a new BUS passes for
single game scoring record with a Bits coach 50 lb.
36-point outburst in a loss'against stat's reveal
Palatka and also wiped out Donnie-.i I nadoes around
SewelTs former' season field goal and defense." -Up'
shooting percentage record. Carter pointed out
hit 63 percent of his shots during the\ hit 42 percent Killer
season to better the 60.6 percentage ,,i compared to 31
Sewell had as an all-stater in 1974, v 'BHS held
Carter also led BHS in free throw' 'game this / '
shooting with a 66'percent success ts\lfr} qt.


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Emmett Watkins (S0) ..v;. 150 ',2,; 113[.\'4.7 \ Brood Mare
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Tommy Johnson (Jr) .38 1.5 .57 2.3 9% fiber

Mark Pierce (Sr) 152. 6.3., >'dzr ,v.2.2
Tornadoes Were on the Move in 83.. Cecil Wright (Jr) '219 10.4'' 213 10.1 Saddle Sale

Tornado senior guard Emmett Watkins heads for the hole in Bradford's Robert Bellamy (So) 146 8.6 23' 1.3
district tourViey win over Live Oak-the first post-season tournament win for Check with, us.!
BHS bt four; Fears., Daren Chandler (So) 142 8.3 9!x M110.,, 6.5

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Cherysinglet FMterT Had to puD'out of her Count,'as BHS reversed a 9-3 singles 5-2 team victory to drop BUS to 12. _1) StppJohMoa.. 99
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Torna< rjk>',"..teanic. swept both' the singles winners for Bradford. be at home Tuesday, March 22, for a Drew Davis W. 1.50
double p out a 4-3 win over Mid- The .Tornado boys weren't as fortunate 3:30.p.m. match with Lake City. an...
diebur dvastee the behind t, ,
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courts, S problem.Sapp 'DCr.igS ppB)A:Crawford"1.'f) Frllkw M. 4)
Fost r}cana after'aef'aulUng's won easily.-at number:one Jeff J_W,S>Vchanmr(U)A rt.ivtlonJMdd ConalM(Ml)d. R .32091
in sing MBfLaWwith Faith Roberts singles, 8-1. and teamed with,Jeff, H.f LunwM(M)U.One Clark....6)Burtutt BaWbUloa, :Cindy ; I
>,(M>d.Tommy Crosby W.ExhlMtion -Wf <. -
for an wHat number one doubes Johnson for' number doubles '
f a one : Mlko. ..and tl* Demo pair of Lori and' victory.But that was it for BUS as the '11_(M>d.Andy i. rH. CUrii<.Urk(la)d.
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... I went with Jerry McGrlff down to Lakeland this weekend to enjoy the' Puppies Serves 4 or more I
'state high school boys basketball tournament and, ran into BHS coaches Mike FKOSnfiOAPTAIMD'S. THRIFT PACK Include*': 8 fish fillet*,crisp I
and Bill .Sexton and former Tornadocoach and now'' Union County;ad-: french fries creamy cole slaw and t hush I
',mlnlstrator Jimmy Thomas dong the same thing. t Serve 3-4,
A new record was set,for attendance at the three-day tourney'and, as, 'puppies. :
always; the basketball 1 was both excellent and exciting. On Saturday's finals ; I '
in Florida the largest margin of victory was four: .
for of the'sweet la C :;<*ams

Unheralded': Orlando Boon..<24-8) stunned topranked Jacksonville Jackson J. 1" 6 Ca .,Dt.. ,"
425-0) Sl-47 for the 4A crown.,Ktasunmee-Oaceola and its highly-recruited ? '.;:., ....... 1
super duo of Frank Ford and Jimmy McCrimmon capped a perfect 37-0' (Good only,at participating Captain D'*Jctpwecoopow
season;the winningest to-Florida history with 47-44 win over a nearly as I tar en es a* (ONE COUPON PER CUS1OMER .!*II r i-A
talented Cnetvt(330 team 1 In the SA title game. In 2A powerful Pahokee' t t'f" .
(24-4) dune out of the 3A league. it plays In to win Ito second straight 2A championship itr _'_err'_'!" r- an On an on "" .r feel r as CUP THIS COUPON.' s s VA w ,i
with a 71-70 triple overtime win over MoBUcelto (16-10). And in 1A, r..h '
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points tn the semi's)"to 2vercame Hastings,(21-S: m and win its 7th, state. : '2 FISHPINNE12S ,i. :w
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,The Coaches'' choice of tht ,,weekend bad to be Boooe the shortest and : .
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and MoVitlcello both/were relatively :year and could bef : .. 'J'fI"'n"
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Eight Expert Spellers : O } the } .y.tOC01intyB e' I


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Rowe, Wheeler King, and Shine Are Champs at Lawtey I

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Winner Stephanie King and roan er- '

Win at BMS up David Shine will represent Lawtey
I Elementary In the county spelling bee
.S that will be held on March 24 at One f'
Jonathan Rowe lowly and carefull- 1 school board office in Starke.
ly spelled 'transportee,' then 'med- 1 rJennifer Irtwo
dlesome' to win the spelling bee at Colleen Neary "will :serve as an
Bradford Middle School. wat alternate In the event one of the ,
Rowe, an eighth grade student In Is unable to attend. '
the gifted program, is the son of Mrs. ,
Kathy Rowe of Starke and Jerry t J Twenty students, grades five to
Rowe of Starke. { I seven participated in the spelling bee
Runner-up was eighth grader Jen- that went 10 rounds
nifer Wheeler daughter of Mr. and 14 ..s ,
Mrs. Fred Wheeler Jr. of Starke. David missed the word"lectern"
The two were survivors of 38 BMSstudents w the ninth round and Stephanie spelled
each winners of their class that word correctly. According to
spelling bees. And It took a while to spelling bee rules she had to speller*
eliminate the school's top spellers additional word correctly. She was
"We went a lot further than in the given the word which she
county bee; said pronouncer Sally spelled perfectly to become the
Hansen an English instructor at Jonathan Rowe Wheeler I Lawtey spelling bee! champ.

Bradford The pair High.spelled such words as in- .BMS Spelling Champion BMS Runner-Up Speller ., Colleen lasted all the way to the:

cense, absurdity and ferocious, lending eighth, round when she'misspelled
Mrs. Hansen further down the Mark Rossano who will compete Is Dowling Victoria Butler MelbssaGee "heavyweight." Stephanie King, ;David Shine

list to find words that would give the the county bee if either Miss Wheeleror Boyd Phillips, Jennifer Wheeler, Champion Speller at LE 'Runner-Up Speller at LE
two champions some trouble. Rowe a unable to. Leslie Brown, Hermia Thomas, Lee Judges for the bee were Mrs. Dee ,
With Jennifer getting the first crackat Contestants the BMS spelling bee Austin Shawn Diggs Sherry 'Paterson Mrs. Millie Hardin and
each word both misspelled were: Tangela Pittman. Selena Norman Williams Janet Kennedy Donna Mrs. Alice, Hudson. Mm.' Peggy

bicentennial. pretentious equitable Denny Thompson Chris Powell McKelvy, Kim Dukes Jonathan Stanwlx-Hay pronounced and Mrs. 'Other expert spellers were (In, Jevane ROM, Lori Seller*; Melissa
and liaison. Bob Buckwalter Ron Droyton,Karen Rowe. Dorothy Moore served aa co- alphabetical order): Starling and John Strickland.
Jennifer then missed'transportee," Knowles Julia Workman Chuck Judges were Lennard Register, ordinator. All the participants are to be congratulated
ending with a 'Y' Instead of "ee.' Mullins Billy Gault, John Sumner county-wide operations director for ''Kim Austin Kim Crawford, Susan on their effort.: 'Spelling\ 1 Ia
Jonathan made good on his fifth Kim Powers Jay Carter, DavidWilliams the school system; Mrs Jane Stephanie is' the daughter of Mr Crawford, Barbara Harris. Ginger an acquired\ art," said Lawtey Principal -'
chance to win by first correctly spelling Bill Miller i Felicia Hanker- Trawick. retired high school English and Mm. George King, David is the' Herndon, Shawn Holder Erik James, Buddy Paterson, "They have all
'tranaportee,' then 'meddlesome.'' son, Lisa Kennedy Cindy Parade, instructor and Cynthia Ross a son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Shine Kim Johnson Sabrina, Johnson. worked real hard at this, some of
In third place and the alternate to Marc Rossano Maria Thomas, specific learning disability instructorand and Colleen Is the daughter of Mr.and Samantha Jones, Dana Norman, them stayed up to all, hour
the county bee set March 24, was''I Sheryl Wimberly, Lisa Blalock Jeff social studies teacher at.BMS. Mrs. Richard Neary.Farnsworth, Jason Pilcher Christie Redding., 'studying."
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I Fisher Moorehead HE's Best Alison Farnsworth had never heard 451 .r
of 'temperance,' but she spelled It 1
correctly to win the spelling bee at

v Cassandra Fisher a'sixth grader Southside Elementary. School last

ar ,, spelled "screenplay" correctly and Friday morning.
captured first place in the Hamptom
J Elementary School Spelling Bee held Alison daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. b
I 4w Friday March 11 in the school Pat Farnsworth of Starke correctly
auditorium. spelled 'platitude' then 'temperance"to

A win the school spelling .champion-- ., '.
Cassandra, the daughter of Mr. and ship. k' ':*

'I Mrs Alvin Fisher of Hampton spelled Second place finisher was Eva .... .. ,
"latitude" then "screenplay'' to Hodge,., of Mrs. and Mrs. ... ..;:
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win the school championship and earn Marian' Starke. and she
the right to represent Hampton .r' spelled right along with Alison for six Allison Farnsworth Eva lodge an

Elementary in the county-wide spelling rounds. Both missed 'groggy' Eva Champion, ., Speller at 88E ,Runner-op: Speller at 8KB,
bee to be held. on March 24. using just one'G' and Alison adding a"Et y ".Nr." i:, I ..-". ,.'
r +UV .before the T.'. ,
Second place finisher in Hamptonwas ,.f either Is unable to compete In thecounty David Floyd and Alison Farrerworth.
Robert Moorehead son of Mr Eva'correctly spelled 'yowl' 'and bee. Pronouncer was Mrs. Burney '
and Mrs. Billy Martin of Hampton' ry Alison knothole" in the sixth round. Winkler assistant principal at Brad-
who added two 'e'. to "screenplay Then Eva missed on platitude.Both Class champions competing hi the ford High and an English instructor.
two words after the_ third place Alison and Eva will represent, school bee were Zee Anne William, Judges were Myrna Lou Rahn, supervisor -
finisher had dropped out. Robert whoIs Southside Elem. hi the county-wide Denise DeVeronica Beth McKinney, of the Chapter I reading pro
Cassandra Fisher in the fifth grade will also represent Robert spelling bee March 24. June Cole Eva Hodge Dwight Allen, gram; Eugenia Whitehead. primary
his school at the county-wide Moorehead Third place finisher David Floyd Vernon Griffin AImee Ferguson De- specialist at Southside.' and, ,Dan
Champion Speller at HE spelling bee. Runner-Up Speller at HE w'replace. either Alison or Eva! tjf. ,wayne Allen. Stephanie Hughes Smith, librarian at SSg





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:.' ". ;: '\. : Bradford County High School' Planning Day''t 'volunteer help for her first grade,
by CII Lt. McKinney, the M-60 machine gun. Here' our 1"1; M" ; Friday March 18, ,is a Teacher' class., It Is not necessary for
cadets learned ':' ,.MIot'la.ap.a/MlllI W/Meat Sawa.chew
BN&-5 and construction weapons with "hands-on"operations I\IJI-. ........apple atop, hot roils,milk.rtca Planning Day.There will be no school. volunteer to have children attending,
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T..day. CS.ll.bury Staak, fr.vy. A- school.
Fourteen of Bradford High School's perience.The \. gram Urn bens fruit cup,peanut butler c......, j 1 Report Cards New Stsdentswere ,
JROTC "Tornado" Battalion's best cadets ended the day by par- llilcul",splice .. I Report,card for the fourth' six !: at the school on March 10
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School I W Mar a """ spiced
In drill and ceremonieswith
cadets participated in a military ticipating ham sandwich cabbage .,,, ayplaaauc, weeks grading period went home with Bobble Bilderbeck In
science training exercise at the University cadets. After such an brown! milk children on Tuesday March 15. kindergarten; David Dixon In third
University of Florida on Friday Feb. enjoyable day, the 'participating muetedvp.ans; : M-riih Portion chaaaa, gilts, 'Volunteer Needed grade and Danny, 'Dixon ,in sixth
chocolate cake
cadets like paachea carts
would to take this i -
25. oppor- ) braad.miTkr Mrs. Jean Clark,would appreciate grade. '
tunity to thank LtC Walsh and the Ar- MenuBradford ,
,FrM y, ..... ft-Barbacua on Bun,
Their day consisted of a short brief- my ROTC training staff at the Driver?' pickle, franca frlaa,strawberry" ihortxaka, milk
ing upon arrival at Van Fleet Hall sity of Florida for a learning ex- ; .
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then a tour of the campus Including never forget. County Middle School'! ., : ALA.: ARTE Library ,Offers Free Tax,, Assistanceand
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such as the HUB, Florida Participating cadets were C/LtC and all schools (L attach
elementary ,
sits nIttaaay. U-Plna, ,ranch that time the again.. low-income families Saturday
Van Fleet Hall-Military Edward Crews. C/MaJ Gloria Mar. .f" Ron,chMa Mix, gram. ,1 1bain l 'MewdayMMat. hunburgen Sloe It's year
Sciences Building, the O'Connell Roberts, C/l Lt Anthony Hill, C/l Lt applaertp, hot role,mUJ& .JII'TI. Mar. ,. (ranch tries, Uncle Sam want YOU.',lie really)/ ., "from I a.m. to 1, p.m.. ,until April.
Tuesday IfrChMMburgm 'I
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Center. Graham Field and the Reitz Alan C/2 Lt TaMaayr/Mar.H-Chk.-k.rn*Rice chess U> mUkituikx. wants your Income taxes .
McKinney Teddy Brown ptaa 'Tax-AJde
Union where the cadets with their C/l Sgt. Lemar Crews Enoch land gram pees poaches, Manilla, milk. 4WtdaaMlay. wed.edey. M.... n-Francti: ,MM, rallkahalua, Need help with your tax: forms? If volunteer will be at the
C/Sgt. ,
Bun ranch
Mar. n-Barbaeua on ; retired ',low-income ,library to, help with form and
LtC Walsh ptua bamburgarafoanaay. you .are or you
had
guide lunch. .1'
Starling, C/Cpl. Monique Chandler rial, applesauce, peanut butte eoohla milk* :MU-M Milkra.'pim"" :,french 1riN, '
questions. The also hat
After lunch and another short brief- C/Cpl. Abbey Foster C/Cpl. Valarie n......'. Mar. MSaUaburjr Steak, rice* ...wtl. .-.-. perhaps we can help you. The Brad-' library
ing the cadets participated alongwitk McCloud, C/PFC Charlotte Douglas turnip gram, troll cup,cornbread, milk. } Friday. Mar.M-Harabvrgan." ranch Mm, pies, ford County Public Library in available current IRS forms.Someof
-Pl_ gardn saladH Drang. these must be There hi ten
Mar copied.
the University's Senior ROTC in C/PFC Andrew Leitheiser C/PFC Friday. !mUkthakw.! .association< with the American a
cinnamon roll milk. of : Person is of. cent per peg charge for copies madeat
Association Retired
a Leadership Lab on the assembly, Patricia Slocum,. and C/PVT Karl i
free tax assistance to the library. Forms are available
disassembly, and operations check of Ketter. '" fering retirees .



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: ; during lot, 2nd and Srd periods. One person in each group was made
editor and with other [member
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Forty-five of M3 students at loath.Ida Elementary School canted straight- Eunice. Kelll Ann Duncan: Car***"* HatL 1 'TrlmbitIJS .. ,for cheerleading should sign! up ta the ,forts"Nt'aoisaell! *
A's for the third six-weeks grading period which coded Jan. 23. Third rowBecky Phillip, Michael M dt'taey. Catse 4I5 .
The straight-A students are (t-rC' ,Kevin' Hall Dary Wimpy. Caarleae *k s Ray SDlitII. Shelley. Dans, pr's-Wed $ "' !n.....
Front row.Jeremy Crawford Melanie Hinds.;;Holly Hatcher Laura Forsyth. .. ,.pier, Ethan Fuqua Jonathan FW iasoe ....v.. Jeff*...Z ,, 9 tCongnrtulaUon* to-..:Tbttuwr.aaies. aon.j:t I'
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Over 5,000 people are expect: djj! \: '' :)I'M' keystone Heights and was first
attend the '45th Clay Electric!* 'I'I (fleeted In 1974.
Cooperative 'annual meeting n. < Thursday, March, 24 in Keysttti)*, \!District: 9 and C.M. Smith, Jr. were
Heights, the: ,home wf ,Coop1M1, \ \d{Wet with 'no opposition from their.
quarters located on SR-100. l';l 4. lstricts.
President of the National PU! : The by-law change to appear on the
Electric Cooperative Association baUot'',will concern nomination pro-
Lewis, Jr. elf Bowling Green; cedures. As the by-law reads now,,It
Virginia, will be the' guest 'speakerthis willows nomination of Trustees at
year and according to Ed Bennett District meetings with the two
director' of Member and Public nominees' receiving the most 'votes
Relations at the Coop, Lewis will probably appearing on the general meeting
speak on the future of ballot. It also' allows a nomination
'cooperatives. from the floor when the .General)
Lewis is an electrical engineer hav- Meeting opens This name would also
ing received his degree from Virginia voting machine ballot:
Polytechnic Institute and Virginia If passed, the by-law would aliowJust
State. the two nominees getting' the
Other highlights of ,the annual highest votes at the District meetingsto
meeting will include gospel music and J appear 'on, the voting machine .7 e
singing by a local group, the Scrip- ballot during the' general meeting ,
tures. election.,But it for.a
During the annual meeting; which write-In, in the even -member'
opens at 9 a.m.< Cooperative: wanted to nominate another -candidate r
,members will have the opportunity to ,
vote for three Trustee candidates and All members registered at the annual -
'. either for or against an amendment meeting will be eligible to vote in A:
.i change to the Coop by-laws. the election for the cooperative's:
In January and February during I II board of trustees. This position on the
I District nomination meetings., only .board is for a three year term.
one board member. Ray Wlngate
I. was met'.with opposition. Riclulrd'Murrhee Also In store for the members and
a former Trustee of the Cc- their guests at the annual meetingwill .
'lop, was nominated in the District
1 be a chance to win the chance to
I Ix meeting here in Keystone Heights. win some of the many door prizes One Big Picnic'.;. % =
Ray Wingate, the current representative donated by contributing '
area merchants
for District 1 which includes and concerns, which will be The Clay Electric' Cooperative's anl meeting Keystone Heights Is. peeled to are expected to gather under the big striped tent to hear the speeches!!!
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event this. March 241 will be no exception.Over i.0os members and guests are ex- =

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Local' CoedPlays ay: Major Role in SFCC Play f'I I


''rh '\vorld' Is cave, a safe place U>":Q .'from1*'series'' of bombings. The girl from Bradford County High School In the academy. She says she hopes that
withdraw front life, but everyone . ,d .must eventually leave that safety and group of people. who live In the which to become a col- her decision not to accept the nominal:
I(,travel out into the world. ',, ,.theatre. lege sophomore in Just one year. Hon. I
This seems to be the feeling Mjauthor Several members of old royalty liven Gina is planning to enter the Air She is Interested in the study of
William Saroyaa in hlsplw"'The ,> the theatre:A duke and a king steal Force when she completes her college foreign languages. She has had extensive -
Cave Dwellers" The played opea- ta provide for the girl and the queen' career. She will begin next fall at training in both Spanish and t
; at Santa Fe Community CoUogetheatre -' 'who also ,lives there. They are later' Angelo State College In San Angelo, French and plans to take German as
q r '-oft..Uirch :U *mf ')IIt 'Eietl dolOlld. ..mrUY: ('oth"" lDOthet: 'v,Texas, on an ROTC scholarship asweU well. :.*. .
htol&1MIOO' .. Matt*IXMMiil,.,.v-.M: .. ,'''wI'Ikt1t' dub. a as an academic scholarship"""-'*i >-.8he plans of be a commissioned\ ef-,-, '11 I
Gina' ansY';da t\Y1)f' "' ante provldso tier."'.'':;'''-;<''rvY; '*" "> Slug was offered place ,at the Air facer in the"''Al*Force and want to ;,
r' Mrs. Ted Lane of StarkeV l la pfe tir' \ ,lme point,. the duke must steallkrfor' Force Academy as Congressman Don serve as an Air Intelligence Officer of ;
one of the major roles In the SantiflTe ..... the mother and themilkman's Fuqua's principle nomlneel recommendation the type that gathers information on '
Players production of Ssroyan's pUyi!. son follows him back. The which cannot h. turned the economic social and military'
tr This Is the first major role for thei. girl who had thought herself in love down by the academy. aspects of other countries and gives '
SFCC sophomore. She will also play a with the duke,falls madly in J love with However Gina plans to decline the briefings on them.
,role in the one-act play"This Property the\ boy. offer. "It was a very hard decision to Gina has accepted full academic
Is Condemned. ," by Tennessee make,"she says "I met Mr. and Mrs. scholarship In the amount of $3,500
,Williams. To add a note of drama; there is Fuqua and they were very nice, I feel year and has also received an
Gina says she has averaged approximately also a demolition crew waiting to tear almost as if I am letting them down." ROTC scholarship. f.f.pel'
15 hours a week on practicethis down the old theatre. Attending the academy would meanan "I would like the people to be made
month and although the ..- If you want to find out how this love additional four years for Gina whois aware of the tremendoUllscholarshlp
,qulrea a great deal of work, "flay.. it, triangle straightens itself out or
it's. a lot of fun." whether or not the theatre is already a sophomore. When she
Gina plays the part of the girl who destroyed, come to the performanceat graduates from Angelo State she will lee Gina Page z.
takes refuge In an abandoned theatreon SFCC March 17-19 at 8 p.m. be a 2nd lieutenant,the same rank she
I Gina Lane the. lower .east side of New York ..Gina graduated as salutatorlan would hold when she graduated from
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Illj 'P Calendar ii : Ii AZALEASBeautiful

Community t Plants In bud &
bloom most favorite
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Spring Show of Antique" ..nd CollecrlMeM th. Women'* A Olrl Scout Ceokl S..... will be held by Keyitone'Height; ; *., 1'I Y
Club of Stork I* sponsoring a Spring Show and Sale of Anti'*, Stark and lake Butler troop'otr _rollocol.1n the
1 1que.* and Collectible March 1S-:2Q at the Bradford" County' ., y area on- Friday, ,and ."-\. Saturday. egetable & Annual : 10 or more
301-N. '. :." .
US Highway /
Fairground -
Hour will be from ))0 a."" : to 8 p.ln: on Friday and So", .. .Me....... PTO.will meet Tueioay.-MaKh 15'''' 730...p.m.! ol ,% Less than 10 .1. ...
day, and I p.m. to 9 p.m' on Sunday. fl admlnton f fee willargedr the Community School. r .' ,'I. '' .. Plants
L be .. i ,' $ -

I't 1J : .Sixth Annual."' _'.. ....** holM" Featuring:! the .'' "..*Local i\ Government)Meetings':' 79 C Semi-Drawl '
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,, Foliar Family S'rlng.lo..... 'The' lewl ,Family 0range Public .Hearlngi A public. hearing will. be held .In KeyttoneHeight ; Tray (Back) 100 St. Augustine
I Bloom Bluegra Had Murphy and Co.I today through
i Sunday at the Silver'. Spur Rodeo Ground IS mile' eat. ofDlsn.y with Cloy commissioner' James Jell concerning area Spreader Plugs
read | Thunday night, March at 7 JO: t
I paving proecl J1. p.m. I (
World. Cold Tolerant
Shade tit
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;'; AI Ht..... will be ci'-rl"gln. concert Tuesday;March 22 at, .bodford .:h-I' .f Bea'rdi 1. holds its'regular monthly" : ."t Rental .ServiceM.50 'uu. e Spreads Rapidly

.'+1 the Lake City Community. "College' gym In loka- City." fkket H ;; meeting Monday night. March 21, at 7 p.m. at-the+ J tf r$495
ore $10. ((1.752.:1690): ) School Board office meeting room. AII'Day P1 flyttll Osq

Bradford County: Zoning. Board :Soldi hV regular monthly'' '
J ,. Portt.s .,. m_ting'Tuesday night March 21 at 7:30 p.m. at.Startle... City' ; 1.50 Half Day
-'Hall. ,, ,*'l, '
mlMlon.lean Illlnoton-'or'ltgrallrlng" Retlremeii' f rood ertyt foreman The Bradford lean.Ellington County Com with Oey School Seer*?.will hold: It* monthly meetlng'ai the Clay, Ligustrum Photina

1 '. party at Western- Steer Steak HOUM In Starka Tuesday, .County Courthouse..Thuraday.' ;: March 24 at 7:30 p.m.rw
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Fraseri Pyracantha
,b .. night. March 22. starting at 7 p.m.1. To attend call vM-6280. KH Beeurlflcerlon CemwMee iMeeWftn Wednesday t.)March ", ,Make Your Lawn
ask. for the Rood .Department. and talk.. ..with Secretary Pat
23 at 8 a.m. a the Height*.City Hall.
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Why taaePoawBdan inawtmi.! Reintaem edjpt.'eI thepmm!and motft flan 1Ji onntam.N > : IaIa k\ Of'I'b1arttiIIr. afutl'Md' o.iIr.70 haesteeir L'31t' ittrrtaruts
\ kifant audi hUtfMni derider rite hotta iii tit'.'armt el:1II: xt ., i ; Bar wlttKR. afaftn oJJSa. HaM> scams tftaatMehwc by otittitng
a... .. four draora social year to lIMP 'm.--{augtllttL I adr.! ......r m OatOtnar .. ..: ,, Olin baeit 4ledrr. ,. -l.< '
... yy zc tinUW*StattK. DnNmtefc} las Wat age!.arms an dlegemtaveiwarenedtnr/ asdlt. -m11I"t 4unatf ti I I. 1)H'' f, ffcurenta
'' grasp Milton WBtttdS/ 0UlV 0V( tfitfllff JMtt**'iI .manmmrheefBeetsaNHmmia npmtPpl 'CIII1QaBhdfcmJ; are Clay".cnantfwil ,wAa) wB IIt to rocs. !,. adtftttmral -
cdi itaasthemostsanesenease'eS. bntraettnmawlnuuers tetemahea ttae4tsrntngever ,... CIaD .. w.IUa A&I I iIr t atoegfiw hrformaaois and ew oft ItaeirctnidCTiito
dIIatJI., iu* all Infant;Swimming KaMrenV dID>>a to swimL raotaet M taaie ",Hole in
wins progpami+which l>HBil>a..infants Sit was arigiimtwllBommctt so JI'18nq The sygaaaa was dJnlgnatil .to ftalp K smim at 473.7tr14.A .
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anti young nildren tree ages sis Man. who wtiUeaMd Infant Prevent UHiwafatgffi: ands alll l studantn ,
the suet ohimr water safety;. drowning I bsckfimV !to J.1CT. N Ba h.iiiini team* *""' *.'M QMvSrwiffl. Masspurault iedhimobawaa mew dnrtaii, sim:.most tatantB adttObB danumfiratiMi will be held Ibe aacond .'
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am Artist Arrested' for Grand ..Theftan
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Jaofcionvtito ,.,... flint weekrested ar- .. the di.19 tar lilt ban their> n.-r IIIItiI Stwte! {Umrffiuniner _,easy, eat of 9000.. Gnat
a man wanted i...Starts far they--4.The tadww wan naked. < d Bwtkasu hi a big htuimv sad was.tea work release program foe anHfcntteal
charge**f flins. tami, out Uanwney wtdllllMlr-.*. to there:is eves a scbooll to train jam ta offense said Stgnore.Cranra .
Parry T rry WiUtem; eC Jbctaaaed *- show gnat fettte! ant pif see w aerie. the said Backawv, who has bond was set at ..ooo.
vilI.wes..... .hunk>!*Iladdar1twuJillI' seat.(tree..*....wnpraril ks a nanv Iwcomer vary fcuowtadgabl ant the: :Start eitoens bare been warned
: -': them Siam Aw Ovtotar dana tar one cow the ieCat was.* afrjmrfc.Aflinr. by the beat ponce department to lie
jhS > sevwraj aun....St I:.-inn..soar- fared !alit ta held the> nanejr until wimams was Uentiflrf wary vt anyone offernK you money
Jtif red sue ef awiw(tttan75,660t hy a alias WilUansi rManMdl After wattfeqa warrant far Us strut was brunt Butt far m ride within the city limits,
tf answering Wiliixmisr dMmiyfaany;' aev, some flame mote of the 6tInn:taona UL .AAuosi keptt it quiet, waited for espedaJIy if they offer you ISO for
GII'diItC tie-W1p..1tIIcIiu.' .,. they wore alone] walk snljr a bandanai WUBauBB to raise to JacksanvUI* such a ride. The total.money lost by
: The maHU a variation of lie and! whets ammrappsd Send aafy and arrested AdaaIa1It'niII' the victim to Starke..over 13,000,
eU pigMai) I drop ovine* scams said be was: shredded paper er a wad ef aefikiaa if Williams heard he was wanted te one victims said be loot ftfIQO.
rrom off and would and Ibe -. we aat retara to the JactaonvUle-
; out fcwuw *-th* gasffi
bWw"lIIJIcauliilatldo fa William pwittrafy identified ana Basil far Williams was set at
== \ $Start sis A* pretense o ff findng; a Febi.' tt\.,by one os tfta?Starve vfcctiniff $ff.00 t, he was released after beposted ELECTROLUXNow
WMmmi _,ding Mi 1a estIg her from a photo Bar lip ke Gainesvilln. a surety hand.ArettsmJackseustle.
SCcve BaektBK.la with the tudp ef DMwettw KeSignerr. maw was orre -
I ;.wiles has a bank of Photos offntalwsao.6deaeeana.ttiat cad .nd,charged ia Gajnesvill* Keystone Heights
aJ> ell to caM ascanJI inkdivlriual ebtaits.edfrreuuIL&ticeyAdmammogAw Jaav 3O for he sanaeeffipiise:.Tommy Starke Melrose
Jurt "happened" to te sear! : aow Lea Ckartt **.. was charged with Interlaciien and
theaddnw and the tww BUBS asked ville Police pn Mii MMit. Ucabtvtwf grand man after be council aA .
surroundirtg areas.
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The fwib of aM Atean ....... wee is as .'ass stun Flanders
-Swimmingsafety at a young age... owe has been hol'.wsa an a" -a "sum es1./... 473-7737

IS A new program l... ae .canal I. Keystone Heigh, eVastfcalfy' ........ the -
3talad8: to. yomg eftikfreivarmnMl the water-stately: tecaese they.UI...sale*. '
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TOaH rrayer Start*in Starfce,. __ IS < .v>IYL' rryra A-+'' +, Yom ;c, 1>;i1i..Lni 'M. ,
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Dial-a-prayer Service Started.
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ss The First United Methodist Church make people realize: they are not
lone and that they have help beyond
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t thoM that need it. often, the lime Unit people t 'H
t:=-: Anyone dialing 9M-4712wrB hear an are most depressed is ladle tat*even ,.,"
Inspirational scripture passage and a ing or early morning when they are f ';'0)"
'prayer and have the opportunity to hesitant to tan a friend We ant cow
tIeave prayer request TIle taped corned with helping people at the tiro* ,,
=(messages are changed daily and are that they need help, not trying to
recorded by Rev Warren Langer.. make their needs fit oar schedulebe "' r Line 7aaalf
"The main reason we installed this says. ttaimailYiJ"
:; *Tvke: was that we discovered Each message to three minute long Your Choice >
through! oar help-line that many peel ,and win be available M boor a day.IwlUnotipeaa. 1
vple called for help became they were The line is exclwrwiy for dial-e- I 'I 4-t styuMr
;-Jonely: or' depressed and wanted an pray er,people sane a ; an f LbiaMa
uplifting encounter," says Rev to the church;secretary. I L vsian iE, two ,
:-X anger! The service started on March 13 <: r Rani oftleikl-C
-:-.: "We emphasize a positive scripv and received eight calls en its first : '; gin Now dlianadsa
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ural message that is designed to day. I .'" 0'<..,.>.5'1 '""'-lie' asdgufi

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Walk-in Clinic t eu'sal tntyyn4SIt
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A new walk-in medical clinic opened burns"said Mickey Bath $ .,:>au tat euw
=::; next to Suzuki of Starke on U.S. Their regular rates are $20 for aai = '79 aef tx+J ndGj9ow
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:=:M\-3 at the beginning of March office or emergency room visit that .
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=" general surgeon Dr. Segundto Sa... both of which they win be able to per .::::=-..... .
-;chez and two physician's assistants, for on the premises by next e .-- I
Sb.Mickey Bath and Roger Madore. personnel are qualified fcs --
Although the clinic Is still In its opening everything from pediatrics t* "
:::: stages, they are accepting pa geriatrics Including plastic tanoffand t _. ','
:;dents with I illnesses of any type that orthopedic-. '."The service ,..-_-_. ,
==might be found In a doctor's" office will be good one,' aaid Bath,Hit will ....--.U-+w.-ir.cwwrLmMwww.t-....----- Save 15 to 5'0 %
=:-with the exception of obstetrics, be beneficial to the people' 0I1IW'Uand .----....-_ .____......____ ,
== "We are let up to handle things likerrrhifih the surrounding ar ea&" It'li'.".
blood pressure, arthritis and No appointment.necessary,but if .
-;;colds as well as emergencies like one Is preferred call the clinic at
;;:lacerations, broken bones and 064W19.m rh Mf"t'r+ y Sdve

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;;Al Hirt in concert March 22 I


25: The famous New Orleans Jazz jazz trumpet player and several ,, .
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sirumpeteer, Al Hirt, will appear in sports celebrities.Sun neraf.aa ; ;
=concert March 22 at, 7 p.m. in Lake Internationally renowned sport', ,
=:City as the finale Rot the Olustee Bat- scaster for CBS television who BYes in s.
:.:tie Festival.Hirt Lake City will be Inducted into the
== Is wen known for his gold Columbia County Museum Hall ef '
:;:::singles, "Java Fame, according to Vernon Doufilaa,
-=Horn "Cotton Candy" and "Sugar chairman oIl board of the Blue-

$LlpII.( Gray Army,toe, '... ,,',*, '*. ,* if\\
:3 Amlsdion will be $10 and all progceeds -
go toward establishing a Nagfional Douglas said Summeran will draw ,
Civil War Museum. For further national attention to j;
Elicket when the ColureblaCoo"T. ,,-- _
information, call the Lake City ; "' <1,' _" "' d '(
:Chamber of Commerce Hall broadcast on national television L"-- ;, ..... '_ '"
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vitae:: Sound Shop In GleasWs Corner Johnny Cash a Civil War buff was Inducted 'vuvv' .,.i. YC" I. "
E-Mail In Lake City into the Han of Fame. at !amt'year's ,.--. _- '-_--' -' :.=.;-, .... .. f
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-frampsgelj ffiu"old mukln tnvr voi eecomng to 4ttMHlr 1 L* ,: --= :. f
j Available cola Participating DaWC 11*-.J. low.: : .. = .. ....... .. ,
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=unitiesMr at Sail Angelo Lion rates,' not out-ef-siate tuition ,' ............:.-. .. "" "' 1' _." "
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r.:Mrs. Nona K. Carr wtt] ** approxelmately For further information regarding; '
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/ W million to Angelo State for these programs/ write to: Carr ;t .i; Deniwark ,, ; ; ,:g Rfv ri Hardware *
x the purpose .ofgrantmtf academic .'Academic Scholarship Program, Office ,I,. *
jHrholarihlps," she w of the President 'Anaulo Cute tI' Ii
=; ill be awarded : ASU Furnitin Co. ,4 Furniture ,, : Aw
a-:;: "Over *l million University, Box 1107-C. station /< ,, a "
=:during the 1903-M school year, Mr. San Angelo,Texas,79909.! ., "' '
Sand Mrt. Carr also left an additional Or write: Dept. of the Air" Fore.. ,: {434 W. Can Street.WAfte,Florida, H East Mata St.,Lake ..UerFL. i '::1.11 :1./ ;

fl' million the the U.S.' Air royce Detatdiment It'7' Air Force 'HOTC ",..\ >'"....... ..... 0pn. Grli, ..loss:../atf. tC radt'titfil' q pea 1'.3iil'> )1
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Jdry Finds' i Starke Man Guilty 'Allen, driving a 1981 Ford pickup,
was traveling north on US-301 when
Death Accidental Of DWI Charge ,<< his vehicle left the roadway on the

h The Alachua County Grand Jury Doyle Thompson, charged with right side, striking a parked GMC
last Thursday found the death of an DWI, withdrew his not-guilty plea in pickup which was on blocks. The
4 Earleton rancher,on Dec 18 was ac Bradford County Court March 8. pickup also struck a mail box and)a
cidental. Judge George A. Pierce sentenced paper box. j
Jimmy Lee Black, 47, was killed, Thompson to 50 hours community Allen was treated at the scene of the
when he fell under a moving truck .work or 25 hours and one pint of blood, accident by EMT Cliff Chapman,than
while arguing with his wife. Deputies suspend his license for six months, transported to Bradford Hospital by
reported Karen Black was attempting serve six months probation with the Rescue 60.Damage. I
to leave In a pickup truck when her Salvation Army attend DWI school to the Ford was,$6,000.
husband followed her from the,cou and pay a fine of$276.50 Damage to the GMC "was 4000.
ple'a ranch. According to Sgt. Jim DaMage to the mail box and paper!
.box was f 100. *
Ekerd Black pulled open the truck
door and tried to pull his wife out of No Injuries March 7'
the vehicle when he lost his grip and Two Car AccidentNo \
In US-301 AccidentThe
fell under it. 4
Karen Black a teacher at Bradford vehicle of InjuriesBeulah
from Mar-
a man
Middle SchooL Is on;>> a leave of, tinez, Ga. made an Improper changeof Mae Bell of Jacksoiivu.cwas
absence: from her job. ; lane March 7 on US-301 causing an cited for violation of right of way
accident, according to Lt. Lane In an accident March 11 on US-301 in
Starke, according to Patrolman G. R.
........" ,. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ... .. .. .. ". .. .. .'" ... .. ., Swindell GuiltyOf Sibley.Louis Henery Hattman driving a Nichols., }.

Car Totaled In Fir Friday... Traffic ChargesWalter 1978 Plymouth, and Paul Bennett, of )
Lawtey, driving a 1972 Ford were !
I Starke fireman Lottie Williams watches to make sure a total loss due to extensive fire damage to the engine.No Swindell of Starke was traveling north on US-301 when the See... paRe 1OFLORIDA" I
,the fire b oat In the ear of Mrs. Marguerite Hall on the one was Injured In the fire that was thought to be found guilty In Bradford County Court Hattman vehicle made in Improper .
corner LaFayette.*Westmoreland Streets last Friday caused by the Ignition hanging up. ,4. March 7 of DWI and two counts of change of lane causing the two *
afternoon.Williams estimated that the car.would be ,*.dI '. driving while his license was suspend vehicles to collide. .
There were no injuries in the accident
ed.Judge George Pierce accepted nor were charges filed.
'u Swindell's guilty plea and fined him Damage to the Plymouth was $ 00. THEATRE
I $54.25 for each of the DWLS charges. Damage to the Ford was $400. I

Death Can Occur. in Less than a Second ( against This Swindell.Is the third He was DWI fined charge$1,078 Starke 964-5451 j Ij

-- and his license will be suspended for Starke'Man Injured Fit, Sat., Sun. (
We have all seen, either first hand ,ground' The fenders hit into the tree 510 Second: The driver's clutching 10 years. Swindell Is to be an In-house I
or on television," the awesome and force their rear parts out over the hands bend the steering column into patient at the VA Hospital for 28 days, Hits Parked Vehicle I/
destruction which occur as a resultof front doors.The cars heavy structure: an almost vertical position.The forceof he must attend DWI school: and be James Carl Allen of Starke was
a head-on.coillson, .hi an automobile members begin to slow down; but the gravity Impales him on the column. under the supervision of the Salvation charged with driving while intoxicated -
accident. driver keeps going at the vehlclea'a'origlnalapeed. Jagged steel punctures his lungs and Army for six months.He and having an Improper
But now a study recently conducted. At 20 times the normal nearby arteries and blood spurts into also was fined $15 for having no' driver's license in a 12:33: a.m. acci-
by the New Hampshire State Police. force of gravity, he weighs over a ton his lungs. license tag and a$50.25 fine for an additional dent March 7, according to CaptainW
baa shed new light on the grim details, ,,and a half. His legs ramrod straight,. 610 Second: The driver's' feet are DWLS charge. S. Rhoden.
; of what exactly: happens to nap at the knees. ripped from his laced shoes.. The
involved in such an acct brake pedal sheers off at the floor
passengers
310 Second: The driver still alive- boards. The chasis bends in the mid-
The test Involved crashing a car In- is off the seat, body upright broken dle, shearing body blow The
to a tree at 55 mph and studying the knees pressing against the driver's head smashes into the windshield -
results and effects on both automobile dashboard, his head Is near the sun The rear of the car begins to 301 DRIVE-IN
and occupants."It I visor; his chest above the steering fall back down, spinning wheels digg- Care Center
takes Just TJOth'i of a second for column. His confulsive death grip ing Into the ground. Day OpenThe Fri. thru Mon.
death to occur,":said Colonel Paul begins to bend the plastic and steel
theNHSP. frame of the wheel. MOth Second: The whole body of the
O'Leary steering ,
In the first tenth of a second the 410 Second: The car' front 24 inches ear is twisted and forced out of shape. Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic has the "
front bumper and chrome grillwork are crushed, but the rear Is still Hinges tear; doors springs open. In opened tJi t..l'Z.d ,
silvers of steel the traveling estimated 35 The ,one last convulsion,the seat rams for- .
collapse, penetrate an mph. Community Day Care Center:
tree to the depth of an inch and a halfor driver la still going 55. The halt-ton ward pinning the driver against the Q, "1.:,U \,\
more. motor Mock crunches Into the tree. splntered steel steering column. Licensed Center accepts children 2-5 years old .. .
Moth Second: The hood rises, The rear of the car, like a bucking Blood spurts from his mouth; shock' : Serves breakfast lunch and afternoon snack
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freezes his heart. He is now dead. Nick NoltePLUS
crumbles and smashes Into the wind- horse, rises, high enough to scrape
shield.; Spinning rear wheel leave the bark off low branches. And you say you are in a hurry e Provides instructional pre-school program (by. qualifiedstaff

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Open 7:00: a.m. to 5:30: p.m., Monday through Friday

Hampton Reduced fee for qualified families
w a e Located at 1080 N. Pine Street Starke I'

Call Director Debra Williams at 964-6794 or visit for
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held on March 10 at the church, plans
were discussed for a Bazaar to be
held at a later date. Handmade craft 20 COLOR r I CHEVROLET OLDS

Items for the' Bazaar will, be. ap:
predated PORTRAITS : > I

Recuperating.. :: Your TeadquartersLoads
:Lynn Hall recently returned after $12.95 .:
treatment at .Alachua General ; ,

Hospital Salter ,has returned home and Loads of New .'83'' Chevy Trucks '
Verdo 2-6x10s,3-5x71,15. .wallets), 1 j4v \
J following recent eye surgery. OScDepoaK i .
;ai Happy Anniversary.. SI Sitting Fee)for each :
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...i: their 58th wedding: ',anniversary. on natte .
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Smith wa* eight; .March t-Gregory AVE
Hughes wa eight and Wyim Collins '. $ "ka
celebrated; March '13-> .,
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Bagwell had a, birthday J. 1162
14-TIna Marie Meng-was six;; March v $100000 i
J-Tracy McCullough was six, Curtis
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Wade was eight, and Donald Robert FREE:
was 10; March4 Christina Broome,, I
celebrated her sixth birthday; and Size Chevrolet &
Full
March 10-Mrs. Sibley celebrated. her GROWTH
,90th birthday. $5.00 VALUE

Visitor.. CHARTWITH C10PU&S10PU

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Ohio now attending Florida Our unique(1W x 4')full color growth chart I tots. :' .< Prices Start at
t State University in Tallahassee spent! 'you record the growth of your baby with wallet size f6

,and from Patty Saturday Sanford to TuesdaY'Laurel and with Holly Bill photo One growth chart per package. ." ,;'

'Lefebvre Among and recent the Henry visitor S et1o family'Viola THESE 'DAYS ONLY:. } 7988

'were Paul and Martha Lefebvrei Mr. March 18 Fri 19 Sat 20 Sun ':
and Mrs. Lou Dougherty of Arusa ( ),: ( ), ( )'

California, are spending several day Daily0 8' 12noon 5 I
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Paul and\ Ruth Meng' spent the .

weekend family Beverly visiting, their David daughter and Jeffrey and I ,Sport Van : J.

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Twenty-four contestant competed In the Little'Miss beauty competition Jackie Morrow, was the fourth beauty competition and was namedas r4e. ,t ;','-I
in the Miss Florida Sunshine Pageant and was sponsored by the Looking runner-up in the Teen beauty competition having the best outfit in that divi f
that was held Feb. 12 and sponsored Glass Styling Center. on Madison st.in and was sponsored by sion. *
by Mrs. Debra Norman of the Image Starke. Thomas Oil Co. on S. Walnut in Shay Sweat, daughter of Mr. and
Maker on Bayless Highway. Linda Gibson of Lake Butler was Starke. Mrs. David Sweat, the winner of t'r
The nine top winners in the various the second runner-up in the Miss Emily Nugent,daughter of Mr. and the' Pee Wee modeling was division. ,
categories will have their entry fee beauty competition and was sponsored Mrs. James Nugent, was the second Vicky Thomas,daughter of Mr. and 4
paid to the state competition and they by the Pizza Hut In Lake City. runner-up in the Little Miss beauty Mrs. Doyle Thomas, was the winnerof :
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are; Karen Brown, Lisa Canadeo, Scott Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. competition and was sponsored by the Teen beauty and ,
Kelly Carter, Jason Kllby, Jessica Scott Hicks of Starke, was the first Small World Day Care on Bridges st, was named as having competition the best outfit In
Kilby, Jennifer Page Angela runner-up in the Pee Wee boys beauty In Starke that division. 1gr _
Roberts Shay Sweat and Vicky' competition and was sponsored by Christie Lee daughter of Mr. and 'Melissa Weeks of Trenton was the
Thomas. Leila's Dress and Gift Shop at the Mrs. John Lee, was the first,runner- first runner-up in the Miss beauty .. t14P1 ?
Bradford Square Shopping Center In up In the Pee Wee girls beauty com competition and was' last year'soverall ?
Contestants were (alphabeticalorder Starke. petition. Dream Girl In the
pageant
): i' r 'I! Lisa Hind. ?, daughter-of Mr. and Jennifer Page of Keystone that has been renamed the Miss
Bedford Mrs Rich i((, Hinds cI Sterke, wasjMiJirst II J Heights,,was the winner of the Teen Florida Sunshine Pageant.
Paul ;.son'ld Mr.(.1 Il ; I ( riwtNerjup U$Jltilor.tss' f i talent competition and was sponsored The state competition will take
1 Carl Bedford;was the third rur Jttallty'competibpnt, ) At It, > I i' by Sandy's Hair Works and Ro. ano'. place In late summer. All contestantsare
in the Pee Wee Boys beauty James Kilby was the second Meats. eligible to enter the competition, t..
tlon. runner-ufc the!: Pee Wee'boys beauty Dana Radford, daughter of Mr.and but only the top nine will have their
Jewel Broughton, daughter ol ; Mrs. Dean Radford, was the first entry fee paid for them. _
Verdell Hall of Starke ,f'+VastHiftUby, lgcti Mrs. in the _
,was tlteiOnf, ; oft h Jenny runner-up LltUe Miss !beauty
runner-up in the Teen beauty .com- Kilby of Starke, was the winner of the competition. For more information on the
;petition. Pee Wee boys beauty cumpetltlon. Angela Roberts, 'daughter of Mr. preliminaries of the pageant contact: Lisa Canadeo and Jennifer Page
Karen Brown, daughter of Mrs Jessica Kilby. 'daughter of MR. and Mrs. Gerald Sheets of Keystone, Debra Norman, Rt. 2 Box 2705,
Betty Lynn Brown, was the liVIaner,1 t .benny'ItI11S of Starke,was the winner was* the winner of the.Junior Miss Starke, Fla., 32091, or call 9644849.
the Miss beauty competition,the Miss of the Pee Wee girls beauty competition it.: ;s-veai! .a. 3LIM _,OOlI; ,!' "
talent competition and .the. Miss and named as having the best I' Any WHOLE
modeling competition. 'outfit: in that division. F' H P
: Lisa Canadeo, daughter of Mr. and Lori King, daughter of Mrs. Pat : Room
Mrs. Anthony Canadeo .of Keystone King,was the second runner-up In the House '
Heights, was the winner of the Teen I Teen beauty competition.
modeling competition. Christie Lee Was the first runner-up
Kelly Carter, daughter of ''Mrs.. in the Pee Wee girls beauty. competition. & Hall $ 95E1495
Carol Carter, was the winner of the ,
Little Miss beauty competition She Kelly Moore,'daughter of Mr. and '
was named as having the best outfit..In Mrs. Wayne Moore of Starke,was the
,this category. first runner-up In the Teen modeling :
Jackie Davis of Starke was competition and the third runner-up ,
sored in the pageant by Nellie's HairStyles in the Teen beauty competition. She i
on Cst. in Starke. was sponsored by Terwillegar Additional.
Alison Driggers, daughter of Mrs. Motors, N. Temple Ave. In Starke.
Debra DrigRers was third runner-up Tammy Morrow daughter of Mrs. "Sofa"Furniture '
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r'':. 'J'' I':' \ .5 i .1.1a A lot of the students at Bradford'Middle are bringing their daa'a hunting bowl In. This I
1 I School haven't been slowly strolling to P.E. I. something different, and really my
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It1 might be a deer the rn. Phys Ed instructor Jerry Petrella broke out 'school) we ought to be Introducing the kids to
next time.., 10 this ar bows and arrows for a unit on archery and the different things. I tell you what, they've been
ehery' practice Johnny ., r'E ,E, sport proved to be a popular of pace coming early to class for archery."
Clark II getting during for many of the 6th to 8th grade boys at BMS. Team champ was the 1st period 8th
P.E..1 Bradford Middle Monday and Tuesday of this week the archery 'graders, who piled up an aggregate score of
School could prove to be unit was completed with an Intramural 893 points to top the 4th period team who
mighty useful.aHere'Clark contest that challenged the young bowhunters tallied 821. Next was 2nd period with 790,
') has 'to aim to Individual and team competition. The top 6'' followed by 3rd period at 717 and 6th period at
"" through the brush at a if/t l t tf' marksmen In eachof, Petrella's five P.B.! 605. '
target some 30 yard >? classes took part, each representing their The first period team In order of points
Ftdownfield.: period's team.Monday's scored was: Individual champion Steve
\"A / Jones Chad Mulling, Mike Smith, Keith Redding
1 session was target shooting from Mike Davis and Paul Bawak.
various distances on a range set up at the 4th period' team waR Bobby Andrew
school. But Tuesday was the real fun as contestants Barnes Johnnie Clark Lee Austin. ,
\ '.' went out into the woods behind BMS Roberts, and Chris Kronen.
: six at a time for a trail trial that simulated a Jones was top shooter indlvldualy with a 234
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underbrush a couple over ponds, one at the nailed 7 of the 9 targets in the field Tuesday to
edge of water. Just one arrow per shooter at pile up 155 points,and that was enough to push
each stage."They him over the top.
I really get a kick out of thIsDPetrella Second went to Mark Strickland with a 203,
said, as if the eager smiles on the ,Just two points! upon Chad Mullins.


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hlptr1( CIE,"Sue" Davis home of the Hugh Crosby family were brant of Cape Coral. Enroute!: home
Athletic Assoc to Meet..
rw phone 485-1344 Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Blunt of from the annual Supply Officers ball SPRING SPECTACULAR
Brooker;:Church of God The Brooker Athletic Associationwill Tallahassee, Mrs. Hazel Carlton of at Cecil Field the HJcferbranU were
meet Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. 'Starke and Cdr. and Mrs. E.F. Hilder- the overnight guests of the Crosby's.
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? I \" oUSh-Ral.y.' Mar. 19... at the Brooker Elementary School. FREE! cultivator or middto buster withpurchas'oia ,

I xiuv.-'Sv.W': Weldon, pastor of the The Association will discuss plans ------------------------ Rear TineTiHer. !3''
i I Brooker Church of God, announces for the upcoming Dixie. Youth I i Snapper
t''' he church will hosta.,full day district baseball season which begins April
outh rally beglnning>t 9 a.m'., Sat., 11. Also to be discussed will be plans : NOTICE At last there's one tiller with forad or vegetated ground, prepa-
March 19.Participants. for the dedication of the concession ward and reverse rotation tines. ration of seed beds, blending in
from Palatka, Cres- stand and Softball-baseball Jamboreethe I Whether the job is. breaking soddnutrients,cultivating or compostIng I '
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,rnt ty, Ocal l ""will. :ltle will weekend The dedication of April and 7-9 Jamboree or April II I A photo showing' two wheelbarrowswas 1 1 r easily., our So new during tiller our does Spring the JOb '
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: 'would Include barbecue chicken din- I Incorrectly used In our "Lawn & garden savings 1 I. A\ Spectacular purchase the one
ranMkcorKtucted In the church duringe a ; tiller that does the lob of two till-
day aM |ajrgamesplayed on the ner with all the trimmings with proceeds I for a greener spring"flyer. The description < era and save with FREE attach-
earby ball"(ielth going to the BAA. Everyone is I and price correctly! (identifies the smaller wheelbarrow .men!.Visit your SNAPPER
At noon a thicken pilau dinner willleserved invited to attend the BAA.. .meetings. I /: In the foreground. The wooden 1 1 dealer now .

in the church dining room. Around Town..'r handled wheelbarrow in the background; ) was -
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outh to come and enjoy the! day of activRles Harvey Green to wed Clare Wllker- Inadvertently shown, and Is not a part of this 1

.. lbeeviyal.will be in progress SaturdaY March 19, at 4:30 p.m. I sale. We regret any inconvenience this may ;
beginning Sunday night March 20, at In the Bethel, Temple Church 4507 have caused.
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6:30 p.m.lN1tFW services during the Hawthorne Rd., in Gainesville. best 1
week atrm5''p.in.': ) Rev Edward wishea reception will be held at the- I 1 '"
.Sa ''tiJPAlabania will conduct the New, River Baptist Church dining 1 : --
services and the public is Invited.. room on Sunday afternoon March 20. I 1 -Y 1
from 2:30 to 4:30: pm. All friends and 1
1 Special l Thank-You... relatives are Invited attend both the 1 1
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II,J t-Rev. Jim Countryman and family\ wedding and reception. i ;
l rot New River Baptist Church extend Friends and relatives of the P.A. I LfandlY--: 1 1FanillyR 'j
their thanks to the public and their Crosby family may be Interested to ;
many friends for their support and hear there has been a new addition to
.prayers before, during and after the the clan. Granddaughter of the late
recent surgery of Cindy Lou and Hugh Butler' Crosby (and Hazel: JpAtrYArrlle'
Carlton) Mrs. Thomas 'A. Carr. of
mother'Anita. Both are recuperatingat
homer Riverview (while being 'transported Star e. Planning Clinic
by ambulance to the Tampa Women'sHospital
Talent Night at'Dedan: in Tampa) gave birth to twin Jubal UcatJw (Tubes tied)

Each Month.., boys March 8. The first boy weighed 6lbs. .

Rev.. John Hendry of Dedan. Baptist II ,oz., and was named,John .& Vasectomies
Minted The second boy weighed? Ibs.
the last Sunday
Y Church night of'announces each_nionth'! is.Talent Night at 15 os. and was named James Gard No{ Hospital \stay necessary1 ,ffo Abortions performed..
Both mother and sons are
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individual in-
*."_._.-*_..._..-. 1_groups___.ljtl.aMM.c.pa or.an... should ton*! Attending a recent dinner'at the
tact the pastor or one o? the deaconsto \

make necessary arrangements .to ...Letters, Notations &;fN1 Recollections'
appear. Beginning at 8 p.m. Sunday ; r
Barter ofJacksonville 1 r .- :
March 711/ The Family i, !
,: 1 ) will present a program' t'
of music,,and song :The public Is invited. Jones Funeral Home: iiV i 1 aa00Laannvawpwu R.wl .
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,Hosted Guest Speaker.. Dear MriFutch; ? L ,',

.. Cthfi end of'ilYeinonlli 'servlceai; f "I read an article tits oilier Say entitled 'JAreTou Readyto .

: held at the Praise Christian Assembly.church i Die*?At the tlmthr' article did not mean much to me.. .

/' In Graham. BnA dung February> :i I Jet the information slip from my mind until, I was Jolted MUMRV OTPBN IMDft SOON ; !
Of J nville'was
f," Evangedtt! Ken > next door neighbor died. AT fArtTITIPATINQ DEALERS
guestlVi keri back to the article vixen my .
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.4 Wiaiams also of Jficksonyiil* and a : ;I then scurried down to you as you well know. After uranging -, LAKE BUTLER STARKE \

j t' friend' of Bogjes flute; presented and ctarinet l a\m" ifalprogriun ') jaiy funeral i hYdetail with you; I won't have to havesomeone get the cemetery lot and Rlvtr Hardware Std

.'' on the! vault and 1 don't have>W\ worry about someone arranging the funeral.
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( Fiimituro : Equipment
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:;" School I ;""i.. .10. t,. 85 E,.Maid' Street 322 S; ; .

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YARD SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT .'WANTEDCARPET MISCELlANEOUS NOTICE
I J PERSONAL
Huntley i
t Q'1 ANTIC SAlRi March 17. lAKI LOT phi sand bottomed 1 ACRES lANDi In BearwoodHllli. OFFICE SPACE lacing AND VINYL In 'IINOO. M'IICA" CLMSlPiEDr"' AOVEttWINOhould SERVICESCARPENTRY Kedfearn'sStralng
S take' '$n..Nmcir.*'. $sro of Lawrence Blvd. Next door stallation and repair
.: 1$ from 10 a.m. ta 3 mile north LEGION rlAUSr-21. Bourn be submitted. ,
.m Si. Anne Thrift clown,"'$...*.44 par month. Keyctene Height lend !I- to Andrew Drug Also' Free 0011_. Ten yean day, 7pm. and Sunday lake Monitor to the SlmVICESS'

8h.p corner Magnolia and Phone 473-4058 or ''c.......... hn utility ,.... several I large office. fOIl experience.\ Call 473-4217, 2-8 P''I' public Invited. 2/3, writing Region and paid In officeIn advance AND MASONRY
ardlnel SPitiNG 473-4367 attar 6 p.m. 23'tfndlg' septic tank. end deep well rent In rear of building,,' ak far Craig. 3/10-3/31 tfnchg. unless credit 1- ,WORK Building patio*,
.ARANCE ,of all m...- with IMP pump. $11,090. facing Flamingo. Call 4tchg. ALCOHOLICS established, addition remodeling,
iandlM: truck load of BEAUTIFUl LAKE GENEVAaccess Term negotiable or .4733411./, tfnchfl ({i TO BUY 16 ft. Hoble Cat In ANONYMOUS Clo.ed already this office. with home oni the work. free

>lnt. athletic equipment lot ,from $9.300, $....00 cash. Ashley COMPLETELY PURNISHRD good condition/ meeting Monday p.m. MONITOR STAFF CANNOT estimates. Phone 473-4473 :
..war.*, mail op11ance (900 down $71.74 per Dekl. IS2 South Bread house an Spring Lake, 2M, ; rea.ooobly prIced ALSO. .Open meetings Friday 8 EC HELD RESPONSIBLE : 4TRR 2/3 tfnchg $
> ., game., toy, month. Discount on entire Street Cal.. Oa.. 91721. A/C $223/nta.)200 water skiing" eaulpment. 'pro. Akmon, Monday I FOR MISTAKES IN CARP WORK
.mall'' 10 acrea.1) Qn. waterfront depnlt.Call 264-3334 alter' Call 473-3241.: : 3/10 Itchg Remodeling work, kitchen
!!'],aU.|| .turnliure( ll-J77-74t4 or p.m. All' meeting at CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS.TAKEN
.... mount), clothe* "for the k>tk Call 473-4375. 2/3 12-294-Olt. 3/17-4/21 6. 2/3 tfnchg Will BABVSITi Monday Educational' Building Community OVER THE cabinet and trim carper, 1 Itipa/rl/ 0I1IaJfJrEllclrtc
entire family maternity tfnchg ttchg. OFFICE PACI.downtown through Friday Geneva Church 473-2790 or TELEPHONE: try ._.anabl.' price
c' end" baby Item, shoes, COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on 1970 FORD XL CONVERTHi !- next to Stole Farm lake Estates area. Call 473-2130. 2/3 tfnchg Classified' deadline I I. Call, 473-2477 otter 5:30: AppIIua'
"It k purse and carve. cornar,of Lawrence Blvd.. good condition Keystone Center .75-2,528.3/17Itchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS Tuesday noon prior to1hu..day p.m. 1/3 tfnchg: ._ Bnotorsl t
311 G-17 Jtchg and Flamingo now SR 100 $2,300. Call, .7 -3905. 3/17 SloO/Mo; Keystone No due,fee or weigh Ins, : CARPIMTRY-Alt PHASES
I lATURDAVl March 19 > and $SR-21,' Intersection. ItpdCl Height Realty, Inc., IQSTFOUNDFOUNDt Open meeting :Tueoay', publlcalrfmiMinimum charge It IS Cabinet Framing Forming Clay CwmflMUwraett
mile .-.parota' office com- brand REALTOR, 4734961. 2/3 Trim. Phone 473-2520 Mad.
a.m. to 2 p.m. Three '. REFRIGERATOR 7:3O p.", Community word far $ .75. then 10 Kr>tM
.o.l on HWV 100 at end of pl."..; corner lot wllh entrance new never. u.ed $300. tfnchg one pair ......'* Church Educational cent lor each ,word 2/24-0/17 4tpd
3-.td of NOW 3
Jamlne. Refrigerator furniture on Call 473-7041. 3/17-24 RENTING 2 and prescription glaue and Building. Keystone thereafter-
eUctrlc lawnmower building. Owner financed bedroom mobllehomei, Height. 473-2790,
tai waterbed with low Inl....' rat.. Call 190 2tchg YAMAHA 8SO SPECIALS $1351_. and up. Call on.Company cap at, pump no. 3 across Water tfnchg 2/3 Classified Ads ,Business Opportunity ''I

designer 'clothes, 473-4920 or 4733411 2/3 Shaft excellent condition 473-2879 or 473-1078. Lake from high school Call BINGO lion 'Club acre. DEALERS WANTED
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S3 :CRoievllle: depressionS tfnchg under 9000 mile Need Geneva MobHehome Po.... Monitor 473-221O. 2/10 tfn from high school, Tuwoy. Get Results
;;I'| Pglass, mar.. If rain. 14% FT. WHITEWATER n.w tire Must>ell. $'500. 2/3 tfnchg LOST, from Lake Brooklyn" Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular, Four hour satellite TV system
} -canc.lled.317ltpdIG CANOE $300; Sallboard Call 473-7041, 3/17-24 1000 SQ. FT.t available' area Sat., Mar. 12. small '7:30 p.m. Public Invited. -- Low Investment Protected Territory

t. $ SALE Frl.,Sot., March n.w condition Bike$.SOO 10;, ,2tchaj directly' In front of whit. poodl./t....... mix 2/3 tfnchg. I Richard's Rooftngl| Monarch of Florida
18.19 starting at 9 a.m. Italian Racing Keystone Po.t Office. OLD NEWSPAPERS
: dog.
"Salboa Avenue. Keystone pd.i be.t off, over $500. Phone 4732014. 2/24-3/17 to 'Snookey"collar. Please' answers callStolnmen. wanting them pleas anyone call I'Rerooflng. ft Home R.palrsMeblle Roof| (904) 472-3332 8 am' to 10 pm
t'O 3/17 Itcha_ Call Vine, 473-4030 4tchg the {
Club Estates Monitor
473-4724 or cell at 473-2210
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anytlnw. 3/IO-17 2tchg 235. 2BATHI mobile homo.furnl.hod f Repair end Reef Coating.
!; Steve BroadwayTREE 1 collect 1-912-927-9616 after, during builnei. hour. spree Estimate I
JEEP rJIEROlASS HAROTOPlwith with washer and '
2/10 tfn
FOR SALEFIREWOOD door. (CIS). NEW SERVICE f ff dryer, $23O/mo. plus $100d.pa.lt. 4:30: p.m3/17; Itpd t 4726 J 'Used Mobile Homes
k $1100. Call 473-7321. 3/17 Call 473.2747Mon.Fri. r w---
Itchg f* Removal j jj 9-6 p.m. and HELP 2 & 3 BedroomsOne
lack Jack Oak 110 JEEP CIS RENEGADE, Saturday 9-1. 3/3-31 4tchg WANTEDLIC'NhD Pearce

473-4712 alter P.M. with lift too-low of extra j| Trimming )full year warranty
..737J21.17 '
Call
$3400. i Appllanc. R.palr CompUtaly Reconditioned
Itchg I Free Estimate
SHORE-MASTER. portable Puppie* COSMOTOLOOISTt Full or
Pressure Washing aluminum boat lift and I 473-4732 For S.I.A..Chow. part time. Call 4732211Dorl .I All Work Guaranteed tjr John D. Brown

Mobile Homes dock On display at Mike *' Hair Clinic. 2/24 I All Brand,'Including Microwaves (
Houses Stucco etc .odf_", '* on HWY UN 0'call.73m. After 5P.M.Keystone Over 2'/s _old tfnchg Serving Lake Region Home Center, Inc.SR21 .
.. 3,7 Itch, HAIRDRESSER NEEDED for'
Wormed. $,.oochColl.e71U76 ((904))84-6l74
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4734165Free Heights bu.y.hop. Apply at Sandl'sHair '
Classified Ads Woke. 473-2140. 471-3775 Keystone Hgtt.

Estimates Get Results .:....Licensed.............A...Insured.............;:. iVenlna, After 6 PM 3/10-17 Itchg


FOR SALE PERSONAL WANTED FOR RENT REALESTATE
i Union County Ads r n4ccircuge -J SERVICES' Brine Jones
1$ PT. FISH OR IK.IOAT.. 7
and 1/2' HP Sea-King Will PAY CASH For your, MOWIS HOME SPACE FOR Land Fill

Motor. Heavy duty tilt AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY. u.ed mobile home. Ray RENT On one acre nice LOOKING FOR a special '........
: trailer $830. Alto 14 ft. AND SATURDAY 7:30 p.m.In Powell 496-3377. TFN 1/27. and shady. Two mile out piece of property *- If I Insteil new septic.
fiberglass boat with 3 HP Macclenny' Florida. HANDYMAN, Experience inmost of town. Hwy. 121. Phone don't have It, I'll find It-Just Repair duels. line A FYtarbeds.
Hauler and Buyer .... .
motor and tilt trailer $650. trade. Kitchen, 496-29SS. ask JANE S. USHE.R;
Phone 4962842. Itchg welcome. Call 239-2423 or bathroom, remodeling. FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE REALTOR 496-2126 or Pump Septic. tank,
I BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 239-4471 for more Informa- Quality workman.hlp. Call FOR RENT In Lake Butler,2 496-2903 eve*., Your .Pumping "....-"p I
,33 ft, 1969 model, $320O. tion. 4tchg beg. 2/24. Richard 496-3034 In Lake full both central heat and Union County Realtor, tfn Repair
283! SW 4th St. Lake Bu".r.phon..2726.2tchg3117. REDUCE SAFE AND FAST Butler.NURSES. air, carpet. Phone 496-3591! 3/26.
with GoBeie Capsule and AlOESr Are In demand daytime and 496-3640 after 27S-2197

: 2 IS INCH COLOR ZENITH E-Vap* Drug water 225 W.pill.Main." Andrew St. by hospitals' 4.19p.m. Itchg 3/17. Subscribe
Ads Lak. '
CONSOLE TV In Walnut 2tpd 3/17 3/24. everywhere. City
7 cabinet was $' ..95. now Community College ho aNurse'
only $428.60 or take up Aide Training -
Each week throughout the month of March payment of $3826 per INSURANCEMAINES Class beginning April 11.
month. For free horn trial To get started In this
7 call 496-2713. 2tpd 3/17. INSURANCE AGENCY health profession call Marcia Now Accepting Applicationsfor
1970 FORDS Good engine, 160 I. Lake Ave., LakeButler. Skinner at 732-1822.
$300. Call 496-3143 after 6 4963978. Complete Ext. 231. 2tchg 3/17 3/24.
FOR All BV OWNER S Insurance Servlca. TFN WOULD LIKI TOi clean

acre high and dry off 121 your houe. Will also baby
South. Call 1-2396917 sit during days and some

alter 6 D.m. 2tpd 3/10 IndependentDollar 'night Call 496-2601 or One & Two Bedroom
1977 MQi 39.000 mile Sarvlca 4311451. Ak for 'Wonna. ApartmentsLAKE

Gq6 i ifL Phone 6.2'01 or By the .K>..-., the .hour. Itpd 3/17.

4963371. Hod 3/17, No.|ea tee big or toe_II.
S 9 MOS. OLD COLT J.t..... FREE TO GOOD HOME
iu High Quality Week at Call BUTLER APARTMENTS '
Love bloodline. Sorrel) ._.......... Price leopard cross puppy.
with blate. Call 496-2126 ',,497.1>6. 496-2121. Itchg 3/17 Butler
4962903. Itchg 3/17 ttf 1005 S.W. 6th St.. Lake Florida
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9> 3 8R Concrete Block' + etfs'sppor unCofl i iTS u1= : U'RE" '.'1.>.'." ',("'f

II = trimmed In brick. located ,. *nl.nco Star With Ca.

l at 720 NE .3rd. St.' near F' ,For Loa.. Wan to wall carpeting 'Draperies "Refrigerator

3. Lake. Stove On-Sighf Laundry facilities
L't
l 2 BR14'xU1)
: 1 one-lZxl'. Living' room Need on-light, dealer wish strung markeHng. .kill..
Store currently company operated.Capital .
13'x20'; dining ,
irx17i; kitchen IXxIT room;; .. l required. for grocery .Inventory.. Equal Housing Opportunity
1 1x No good will ar franchise fee. High volume location
17x20 with .
den.
.s.rrt hardwood fireplace.WW available In L". Butler.end lto...., Rental Assistance Available for those who qualify
carpet an Cell Collextt Fred Powall
Bradford Co. Telegraph floor 1.76 acre of land.
Area Cod.813-870-3030
George Langley 496-3141 yr'

PROs Drawer A": 496-7505 _ IT
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Starke Ads 4": 1-W r n- 16-I_ .<.t U .If.I _:'.

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964-6305
Community PO'
PERSONAL PERSONAL
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SERVICES SERVICES 2.000 Sq. Ft. Building Program ,CookPosition --

On Call9W-6020 US-301 South requires mailers, degrenv( mental health ,

ILl'S SAW SHOP Complete' WANT TO DIIINKt field plus 3 years"fcxpe 'ieiice. EmplOy+ te will coordinate "-
sharpening *ervke. cite THAT YOUR BUSINESS BRADFORD
activities in
eommunitysuppd program as
cular, hand carbide WANT 10 STOP? !
HERE'S A PARTIAL LIST chain mower blade hollow TNAT's OURS RENTALSNOW weU 'IS provide counseling prlminly f o'adults. .
ground and balanced. Alcahollc Ananymau Minimum starting salary is 18068. Seal reo tt Son,1Io

OF ITEMS ON SALE NOW! Leave at' Jackson Building 94-41, M a...S4H96468V4 t : tI Is the TIMEto William J. Lennon,,;Ph.D. Exe *v ; director
.lees. Supply In 5'0...., Keytoone / get GROUND Bradford-Union ,Guidance Clinic,"'P.Om: Box 399,
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Your sale Items go here TFNchg Height ',or Lake Butler, SubKribeTadeylPREVENT 11/2313. tpd READY your froa Starke,Florida 32091. Deadline.I.. March 21,1983.

: limit of 35 words per ad. SEWING MACHINES CHIMNEY PIKES I I 1 1I :SPRING GARDEN ,tt" ,'
REPAIRED All ,or- .. .
makes They can be.expensiv.lFireplacss r "
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cleaned "and ad-, 1 r"
oiled wood stoves Rent.. A Tiller
I 1 I IShop'
fucted.. $15. Work and flu*.< 'cleaned. Nome -.
3 guaranteed. James **. Coll,,,....27. even. C l\f\ Inyfim' Push Plow or'a Longchamp Enterprises &Assoc.,
Strickland corner MorganRd. Ing and ,........nd.. G.. Inc. *:
Gasoline Mule */ aNl
and Hwy 16. TFNchg Blankenihipt Chimney. JUST a ...
EOUCEDt Oreo far growing .1Iy. 3 B*. I
CHAIN LINK FENCij In.tal) Sweep. 3/10 tpd 3/17 648807THE A. 1SSO ..*. ft..laroe fenced beckyerd, end ....* ..
Handy- .
ed. Freeeitlmate* .EXPERIENCRO..PAINTER, elementar school-IM.OOO..
Man Fence Ca., owner Neat work" Interior or ...;: & Compare!! WHAT A fMAll 1 B., 2 BA Nice leyetriV Screened
Tammy Heddl.h, 964-B3S9.. ..,10'. Free ,..tlmo'... Insurance for .
I Special patla end huge deuble'ser O,. .. Malay
l''"'' tfnpd 982TVPIWRITU Reasonable price with Mobile Home Parks extr* .$....000' "
., REPAIR. Call good reference Call "All types'of I TOTAL .
the Office Shop. 110 W: .....1177. Itpd 3/17 : homeowner RENTAL STOREEXCELLENT ? Wo have many flna listing

,. "... "" ,I Call St.,Statue for detail MIDDLE AGE lADY wnat policies for' In Stark and Koytone ,
,', ,. 'r'iI"J"! mobile homes. .
: ',. .....5764. tfn light housekeeping \work; Call! today or,stop by our office
SuoKriheTedayl 4 or S hour a day. $3.33: Cad for Quota -ATOlln's
r::. ,f- ,, J')'." TO ORDER, Open Saturday 10 AM
.r ,. ,." ," .' ,r & '''' GLASS CUT per hour or.will take core Mobile 3 PM
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',t ,./ OJ,' ..A\\... ,....I'A' ; Dear, window, etc. of sick lady of man; EHle U.S.. 301 South.Mkhool ,.
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Cooper. Phone, .*..58IIl. Home Sales I
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... .,.; .;.. 964-6078. Order ltpd 3/17 t .
"t. : .j,{ 1: l Lake BUtler Data M. Olin Agent r Ooy4.70M; E..enlnt..KUI27
... .... .. ':" 'If'IMLl. ,II'., .! + taken In BABYSITTINGrManday, thru re&tot. ,
.. 496-3079 rend Keystone Saturday.: ,.11I,til' J2 mM\ '964.5606 H. 1-S00.341-S
ar r J44'' sri"''Ityyrr" ::"' J Height:3-4973.2/26 tfn night. Dee Trailer Park BOY:lovely 3 Ores Your Interacted
i : 1" FAMILY! HAIR' lot. I.964- 6OII. Itchg 3/17 .. Homo on M Ac.Flu lot 1""Now.LIMITED Hens.

-...... DCSIONIRS ,Will BABYSIT IN MY HOME In country. S23.500. .
; 144 W. Colt St. in Lawt y. '.Age*. ,-, yr*., VACUUM J'/i,5 a 10...CRIYtoe; of.
964.7M3Oeee. old. $23 .par. weak. land
782-3208. Itpd! "/,1 ,SALE RANCHETTEf'3! ER. '2 BA TIME, ONLY
ry T.W&F. 1 tH BtMThen. NEW brick home & Ac.
I.USED 'on
-rd,4r .',G ,tt '' .' .. ; .
.. ;\ > II AM til 7 PM S69.OOP.
: w r HOMS6fORSAlE, We Finance Our Own'KIRBYS "'
II .,. .,.m",. ".. ...'. Set.-0AM nit PM EST U. 3 br.;, brtek vzneflr, :1'A bath;:central 'WA \
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rte.t' .' tMitesYN.c..r* 'ti ROYALS MI PRODUCING carport,. utMlty roam and.Carpeting

1/7 rsubeartba IDEAL FOR 'IFAMUIT' \>Hh' EUREKAS PJtOPf Horne.. 1 MH end '" .''' ;f n. your /lot
". TedoySaAD.ORp children. 3 i bedroom..,J 'HOOVERS X-Ire' \c.up.6'\ AC'i.ofPocort ;
e ''t't "'I f'1% 4 SEPTIC SiKVKIi fcLECTROLUX frees.Currently
: both home with many extra. produce t$3'O,950.00'

R.sidmrtapumpOuts.. .. Good neighborhood. FILTER. QUEENSSEAR Income____of...SS4S_per.. e I I
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.-. -. ."t.." ". .... 'f., ", &I: \. ...., ..' SSS.'we, aha re-lay fell; 964.7147,1tchg V1T' $ .jyjq '. ::::18803428448v96I463S3 I
,1,1, -' to line. M4-$13l/t1/1 Ant ,<' ; ''I"" COMMERCIAL!: 5 AC: WITH BARN/eptlc, '
I :' tt well; power pole,. fencing\ PHONE 864-8353 f
"I. ,,, We repair all makes'
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I I'J, /. ', HANK Commercial I :
t AI 'Ye rna's .EI'O.
\ BRADFORD 3200 SetWar. Ft.: : property. Hwy 301. Black I Longchamp .Homes, fnc.
i UMfROCK 'tfnn':157,*'<"* '1 1BI64.6918 ''WoaJ J.XOO *... ft, art 2.37 ; -
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Enclosedis 'check' for 2.00 SALIS.7U.I11S ...... ),.... atf!,,Paved. parking.
:.. ..my, ; .Or.>",H...ld Rusk' 1._ q. ft.rea.lee.l.'....... "ei' t: ( 4))702,39$11 '11%'.4 13V4 AVA08L** '
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SATURDAY*" ..ml. to 3 p.m. FIREWOOD FOR SALE Oakor USED ALUMINUM PLATUi24x36" AXLES a TIRES 2 axle + 4 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE

'i *Bed ,linen.* Ish... .. fun pin., 4...'.. length 24"to 25 cent* ....... U.. tire.. We pick-up, $100) ::4T TRU1 VOU CAN WYJEEPS RENT A. NEW' BALDWIN HOME PARK. Mobil.
r f'' i ItykpWhat\ ( -nots.. cloth., "0'\ price 1/2 cord $10 od In printing: newpapr. You deliver, $ 25011'1'\ FOR $44 through the PIANO for your child small only horn..and space fOl'rant.
misc. Items. 301 North. crap firewood oak or Great for minor repair Mobile Home Sal... Hwy. U.S. Govemmn Get the. $22.30/mo., plus Recreational' vehicle
;' (?165 N.' T. pl.Av.I") I tpd pine $10 truckload. I..... |ob.. Bradford, Cavity 100 W ,to...... 9645606. facts todoyl I Coil ((312)) moving charge.AII rent welcome. Phone 4o8-212.
3/17 ; ,hlne Acre. Was 16 Call ,............ .*....... tin TFchg 742-1142) ; Ext. 609. 2/17 and moving applies to pure 9'16r nMOBILI REALTY,
909 CYPRESS ST* t Vidw 9647699. We load for you RECONDITIONED TVSi Color SubwribeTedoylWANTEOtOLD' '' lOW 3/31-1 chase. Farramore Music HOMES FOR RINTl
: Comoro / ; and between 9 30 a.m. to 2:30: Oaks Mall Gainesville.
starting at $100.00. TOOLS-OLD '197* FORD' MUlTANOi On. mile from Stark. city
clothing. Weather; permit p.m. Mon-Frl. 12/1* tfn Trade-In'welcome., Phone STANLEY PLANES Phone Auto'excellent condition. 3783626. 11/" tfnSubrcrib.T.day limit Clean. Hwy. 16 W.

964-6809.sing ,Follow sign' GRAPEVINES Higgins. Southland Fry. Cowart Jumbo 964.8212.4/11 tfn 964-8331, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. $3.000 Call 964 8126. 3/03 I Call 408-1323. 10/07 tfn.KITCHSNIPPICIINCV. PHONE 964.11&IIIWIWUI
ltp<3/17 CORD OF SPLIT OAK WOOOt or'468-1351. l/2Otfn '4tpd 3/24 STUDIO APARTMENT $210 CEDILII
Dixie. Two
,1 144 W. CALL *Tl Handmade plant. Well rooted year In one old Oellvored $73. 964-7763.. .SOMBONI TO RENT TO' ''71 CHRYSLER, '7$ FORD' first last month rent plus Room for rent at low 205 M. Temple, Starke ,*

quilt/ good condition dou> gal. pot. $1.50 each J.C. 2/03 tfn ''OWN or"rent month to< WAGON." '68 'POMTIACl, cleaning deposit. Utilities weekly rates. Call Temple '
.bio bod. potted plant, Faulk 964-5678, Grlffl EASY TINOA CRIB/YOUTH month. Office furniture Small V-8 engines. extra. Call 964-7347 and Motel, 964-7337. '9/16
oddfond: ands rtehg 3/17.: .loop.3/03 3tpd 3/17 BIDi Complete, $e0. typewriter, calculator Automatic transmlsiion. 5J3 2157. 1/13 tin EOW/tfn '
f f alb a THOMPSON. STi S to. HAY FOR SAlBi Roll of 782-3584. Ask for Jackl. Also have one heavy duty All three run good. Your 40-SIAT RESTAURANT 4 .CLSAH MOBILE HOMES for We Are Your I
1. March ,19. ,...orted Alicia. $20 roll S roll mochln. rent.. On 16 W. Close I I
a or Itpd 317CONCORD copying Hurry cholc., $400. 964-8503. EQUIPMENT for 'rant.'Raasonable Hwy.
3 chain bunk beds, nice. or moro, SIS each MOBILE HOMIi24x56 Coma by today and check Itchg 3/17 9646784. to prison. Call 4681323. Problem Solvers
clothing mist Itpd 3/17 782-3727. 3/03 4tchg" 3/24 unfurnlihed. ,Mutt u. out. THE OFFICE SHOP CRASS STRIP UlTRALIGHTJl 1/13 tin 10/07 tfn. .
1101 S. COUIY RDi Two RABBITS FOR SALE for pot, .*e to appreciate' lx- 110 W. Call St., Slo..... Keystone Airport.964.6741Doubl. IN HAMPTON. On.
lamllloi. Cloth.., breeding and meat cellent condition. Must 9645764. tfnSvbMribeTedayl or .Ingl. Subscribe Today bedroom house. Newly What can to* do for you and
i houohold Item, Lawr.nc. Mono, 6 ml. move at .. ROOMSi Nice and neat. Air 25 month.
buy.* cot or I seal. 4795. Financingmay remodeled. SI oth n..n iyhbort, friends, local J'btuiM.
lawnmowor 'and south Stark off US-301. five heat and TV. $40 and upper :
much acre are available 3 SEWING WANTED. Hand be 3/03 372-OO7S ....nlng.. 3/10
; moro. Saturday March 19, 468-1915 3/10 4tpd 4/07 bedroom. 2 full bath, made wedding gown with 4tchg" 3/24 i arranged. we..k. Call. 9649992, 2tchg 3/17 .... something that i* : _

'.2 Ralr*.for thlno, Itctio UTILITY ft. tool TRAILER truck body.S ft,"$25O.6Vt deluxe carpet and drape., veils. $200: also d......, 1982 DATSUN 210 SX Hat ak for Peggy' 1/27 Stpd .ONI ACRE LOT. Utilities ipfcificaUy oriented to solving a pro-'
3/17 ful.lactlc. central heat 3/17
made for brldeimald. ,chback. Automatic trans, available. ISO month. blmT
,, MISCIUANEOUSi Fodder air. Sofa Phono good 473-4508 condition Itpd 3/17$45. and air, wood exterior, $50. Material not Included AM/FM. Guaranteed. No Subscribe' Today I 468-1802 3/10 Jtchg" 3/17
j conditioner. $50, CB Radio, hlngle roof olio extra RENT TO OWN or rent Fumishsdbedroom r
MOBILB HOME WITH In price. Elaine Kelly. Rust protection. Lifetime ROOM FOR RINTi
$'', manual ouriido occ*..orle.that go .. *Do Ton need a l larger horn?
typewriter, FLOMDA ROOMi 2 BR 2 with trailer. 964-5833. 3/10 2tchg 3/17 No.Wox finish. 18.000 month to month. Office In largo hou.
Price of trailer
I SIS: moker, bar-b-que BA. BxlO shad on 2% lot* only $21,500 ( RILIAEU.I CHRISTIAN LADY miles. Must sell 7000. Furnltur. Typewriter. Kitchen prlvlledge.. SIOO *Do you need a smaller hone? ,
negotiable)
V> grll| ,'OS: ,.brand now, u.d fenced In yard near 01.choal. \ For Information call would like light houework Call 964.7197.. 3/10 3lpd Calculator Also have month Including utilities. *Do *M need a townhooM. or villa,? j
.on. limes; 17" TV-B/W S2O, and hopping 9646156.31'72Ipe1324BUSINESS In the Galnewllle. lto..... 3/24 heavy duty copying 468-251'.3(10 21chg 3/17 *Do TO* md MTMceT -
vory goad shape. 475-2437. $1200 or traval trailer and Alachua, lake City or 72 PINTOS Station wagon. machln. for rent. THE OF. *Do yo. seed s building lot? -

Itpd 3/17 auume payment. Con been Waldo 0'_. 4962628. 4cycl.. :butomatlc Run FICE SHOP. HOW. Call St.., HELP *Do you said cemcreisl property?
FRIDAY a SATURDAVi 560 >. at 436 N. Polk St., 3/10 2tchg 3/17 great. $!lOOt Call 9648503.Itchg Stark.. 964 5764. tfn *Do you seed lab property r
Glondalo St. (Off RolfordRd. Stork. 964-6279. 3/17 tfn OPPORTUNITIES USED CARS OR TRUCKS- 3/17 MOBILI HOMEt Two WANTED *Do 7O. need l..**tswnl property?
.) Refrigerator, fur HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE limning ., Net.Alio do 1973 FORD COURIER pickup. bedroom. 964-5261 or *Do 70* need io move triend or family here
'flltu,., odd. 'ond, Four month old. Must*.ll. repair for what-hav.you. Run great. New tire.. 964-6112. 2/17 tfn RIAl ESTATE SALUPIOPLIl *Do you nod to sell t* ft four ..t... In order?
., clothing. Itpd 3/17 436 N. Polk St. 964-6279.. BUSINESS FOR SALI.Suc- overhaul. Scholarship available for
"am. 3/17 tfn Maor| a peclally. $900. Call 964 '!J03. Itchg Subscribe' Today *Do yea need to mchuf: properties iWi
: THOMPSON. STREETI Behind ceuful clothing tore with 964-7970 after 6 p.m. 3/17 unlicensed peron ERA
Cordon Rtourant. Friday 73. CHIVY CAPRICE' ISTATI minimum I Investment, 3/17 4tchg 4/07 1977 MONTI CARLO Need' TRAILERi 3 BR 1 !4 IA on Faulkner Realty 964-3069.

and Saturday., .Itpd 3/17 4-dr.tatlonwagon; 64' Cadillac Ideal for man and wi''.. HOUSEKEEPER" wanted one soma repair. Price canal overlooking Lake 10/28 tfn hoe Ut Meat lifting that. wt ham hading .
hardtop 79 DS-80
-- Suzuki dirt bike; 16 Will train. Reply to P. O. day a week four hour. negotiable. S.. at 210 N. Geneva $200 per mo. Call Subscribe.. Today H pears Wt .r. Hint* timed' in Mt ana. in i

LANDFORSAIE Regal amp. good:for semiocoustlc watt- Drawer A, Stork.. Florida General housekeeping. St. Ctolr 9648230.. ttchg. days :J78-1448, or nights' NEW OPENINGS For... Nationwide that priori mn aWl nlatlctlu ,.._.6,..
elec. and AM/FM 32091. Mu.t have own transportation. 3/17 376.4766.3/03 4tchg 3/24 Industrl No Florida I* Ua ttulttt inwtitf stab in tin nation/ i
Hitachi car. .,_with two OPIN THAT BUSINESS IN 9646539. Itchg 3/17 1977 DODGE CONVERSIONVAN ONE AND TWO BR APARTMENTS Sale, will train '''.000 mud OUT one It fiwftnf too. Gel In on lltt ground ,

peaker. Call Kenneth STYLE Rent to own or rent AXLES a TIRtSi Two axle by Zlmmer. $3800. Furnished $160 plus a year. For Info, .call. floor no'ma**pear moor moteHtgoa 11"".,.ttwilt

ONI ACM LOT. Facing SR16W Grldor at 964-5856 before month to, month. Office and four tl,... $140. After S "p.m. weekday and $200. $50 security' 1-3IS-931-7O31.2/24 3/17 .t. coal pot man teter. Think tact about what:
2729A.
Septic tank light polo, 5:30: or 964-5822 after 3.30.: furniture, typewriter, Green'Welding Shop. 301 call 9648427. Itpd 3/17 deposit Lights and hot WAITRESS a COOKS 4tpd Must ton amid**M don flu or ton peon ago! Your
welt Installed. Selling Itchg 317'MORTAR calculator. Also have one South Stork., Fl.964-5007. 1972 MAZDA PICKUP. water furnished. No pets. be MoaVsf Inctttmtnt mud Am would probably ft
MIXER plus extra copying machine for rant. 3/17 4tchg 4/07 E"lIlnOln..d.'\ minor One 3 1 bath experiences. 'Apply Art lIMn mt much today.
5 price, $6500. $500 down, large room Manager, Garden worth too or f *
drum with THE OF.
paddl $60t Come by today.
." repair $500. 7823208. furnished $150 Bradford County Cap County, and Union
$83.90 mth. at ..15% ,In- 964-5747. Itchg 3/17 rice SHOP, i to w. coil St., apartment Restaurant, 800 N. Temple
*, t.r..t for '13 year Ph. BUCKSKIN MARIt Baautlful Starke. 964-5764. tfn LOST/FOUND Itpd 3/17 plus $50 deposit No Av. Starke. 3/10 tfn Coati boast m wU variety of Interfilingntmtt rea .
utilities furnished No within their ..,.". .*. Wake up ana
.-5606. 2/24 tfn marking.. Seven year old OWN YOUR OWN JEAN- CRUISE' SHIP JOBS Great Income -
K;B ACRE LOT an SR-227 facing 14 hand Spirited *... SPORTSWIARInfant.Preteen POUNDi A Great Place to '19 T-Bird pets. 964 8071. 1 tpd 3/17 potential.. All occupations. wake tour moot now! TmoUlegar Ktaltg wilt

Brookor Rd. Selling price, perlonced '"rider. $600. or Ladle apparel Rent Office Furniture and Red t"white.. Private GUEST HOUSE One For Information Help pus mmka four dream come true.1Subscribe
225 964-7725. Itpd 3/17 nationally Rent to bedroom $175 furnished: call ((312)) 741-9780 Ext.
116.000.11.000 down $ Store Offering Equipment. own or owner. Excellent condition. '
IN THI MINI MAIL at the brand such Jor- month to month. THE OF. 1 BR apartment $155 and IIII. 2120. 3/102tpel 3/17
per month at 19X lntert. Pot Flea Market known a* .$3900,FIRM., Evening.
(Ii Ph. 9645606. 2/24 tfn at Trading Waldo: 3-whel AMP dach. Chic Las. Levi.Vanderbilt. ), FICE SHOP. HOW. Call St.. 6-e p._...,call) '_7131. $165. '9647914. Itchg WORK available AT Substantial HOME Jobs earnings
Wrangler over Storke, 964-5764. tfn all day. 3/17 !
Ford mailer blcycl. with Saturday .
baiket.. almost $123, 200 other brand 7.900 to REWARD Siberian Husky ,*; Itpd3117 FOR RENT OR SALEl (Mobile possible. No experience.
new
Real old buffet and china $24,500 Includ.. beginning Large Mack ,and whit.' home on Grlffls Loop. Call ((312))
I MISCEL.LANEO cabinet, mode of cherry Inventory airfare for one mal. 2 yr*. old. Light blue It**"' 964-8816. Itpd 3/17 741-978O Dept. 2120 for In-
pFOR wood: Sacrifice $350 for to Fashion Center,. trainIng eye, name 'Sky lay: Lot .of-,," formation. 3/10 2tpd 3/17 SINCE 1969
SALE Washer, $150; both. Itpd 3/17' fixture., grand openIng near Pizza Hut three T .tN-OR Full tlm. position WAYNE KINNEY
JL double bad $60. twin bed TWO LIMOUSINE COWS promotion Colt Mr. week. ago. Call 64-4478 available for exp.rlenc.dORRN'Eitc9nsnt
g lJO'aofo and chair: $175;' AND CALVES One torn Dlckcon (501) /e2-51,1, a/"..' awnings.aes..Mt ..: CYl.ttaa.r-. : (}srmetitE:t t ELE R1 L 'HE TING AIR COND.REFRIGER I
"aa. erlirfa .
M sofa, Iovas.at.- owtxhotr. j i ;:: crl-r: t 11(501) 368-1361. llpd I 17.Z door Io.PlzlO. 'iL'"Hut.Ocktt;lIod t.J 'HoIpltdl.I r" _J.. 6000\. TION APP 1AN R /R h' ,
B $250. ...... with a.....* .
.t. 141. O.E. 3/17 2tchg
r- ching night stand, $95, \ ,, Jar'Truck Inc. 3/24, .

''J refrigerator; $100; ., h
For Sale Owners GM MICHANICl One experienced
microwave, $150i, olec./ by ,Case No. 83-73-BK-J"'O-P GM' mechanic Formerly C 24.- 3
.stove $10O, frot-fre. Wells Electric ServicoTO SEf ftCE
needed. Mut have late S,
refrigerator; $195 coffee Woll 360 acres of Bradford County Timberland on
; model GM knowledge. All
Marklee Road North at Starke. 'Tract 10 a.m. Sat. March 19,1933,
and two end table.. $100; : Starling other need not apply Call J
Thomasvllla formal' dining Drilling borders North range of Camp Blanding,Dupont pro' Green Cove Springs Fla.Reynold's Ruby Smith 964-7300. ((904)) 964-8786
Fl 32091
. I 766 N. Thompson SI. Sforke,
room culto. 1750. 964-4406. 'i ;" ': perty and Container Corp. forest. Inc. Park Itchg 3117OPllAnONS
Itchg" 3/1J 2"thru6 Two tracts of approx. 15 acres each North of road MANAGER
2 mile*off Groan Cove Springs..SUM I Sle.SOO Flue P.Veer
Fast Rotary j $2,900. per acre. :320 acres South of road 1500.

Drilling Equip. ', per acre. -LARGE TRUCK REPAIR CO. i If manage you have and the maintain ability to a

Owners will subdivide and finance( Detailed
office and
State UcensedJPsatapJS complete
. . . . :j! brochurewithtlmbercruleelnfoavallable. OFFICE EQUIPMENT marketing staff and have 1 : : .1 r I ,

f ,Call 473-3597 a proven track record Insoles
2.'HP ComprusonTrans Largo Stson Cleaner we offer high Income

..,.C. M--..... ..* >."*.nm" .'. 3110.3117 Jacks PlaoJacksStands' to start. Unlimited market HANOIHOUSESVariety.

New & UsedlesPartsServici -. .. -_. 9 Point-Nw Ount Truck Dims Tow Motor San"Lifts-I Hunter Stand Wheel! I your own track office and record.benefits. staff. of Styles Decor & SiZES ''I I

7 Ton Floor Air Jock Sol. proven r
25 old Calif. 4x8 to 12x50
FLORILAND REALTY 120 Oo Chain Hoist Miller WeUert.20 Saddle year
E-Z Terms .. : I"Drive Socket Serf Tank. ((120 11"11) company primarily inr.sld.ntlat Hwy. 301 S., Starke Florida

diis9tt laJ. :, s't'stoo9 i 964-7700, 50 Ton P....-Air All!Type of Ts.terr security
market. If
you're lookingfor
Tools. I"Drive Impact Wrenches 964.6020
918a
Uiw a . . Drill PreisNew Pans. a sales management
N. Stork
I1P t" .' 393 Tempi Avo. position and can operate a Also at Al's Motorcycle Shop
New Over 25O Lots
Installation'RepaIR Vernle P. Odom Broker CMJ. minimum of supervision.'
3000 E. Duval St. Lake City '.
i.Remodeling D. n.f-.' Jr. Ansoeloro i ". Jrustee: Charles W. Grant- Call for Interview ,
.... ... .. 9042692071. tchg 3/17 752.2222
83-73-BK-J-G-P
Q.flalsll .51.4. Case No.
,7019971 11& Ac. lot. fSM ....... Payments $80 .per, m..
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aF' Durrwtcec. HAMPTON ARIA 1. --
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Salo ....IIdH.Y
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,I ,c. PUMPt U14.11 month., McOougall's Auction Co., Inc. PROPERTY FOR SALE BY

REASONABLY. PRICED .
Ate a4..M..M ......areN a.I SUPPLY Two adlolnlng( building .lot*. Country Club. .r..: Ivy :904-786-8989 THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICANotice
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""\.fOIL!! COMPANY ar .bets... :'

mun. AIM ..,.. JACK and T at4a4.i l "'ctolmtanwm . . . ... BRICK AND- HOCK Is hereby given that the United States of America, acting throug the
,.rstse.s_..axMI Still are. eM.M.5n. SUN.'Temple a I.. I aA. home lot eke..... __ ............. Farmers Home Administration United States Department of Agriculture!will
.
a4- + M *fmtatKlMM -
.. 1 IN NICE AREA sell,as Is, the following-described property: .,
*>|.m 'AII1e.; t Beth "home. ........ 1 both,.Owner
t ,lit, w rw II. I M. *DFOro LAKE MOMIi 3 "' PARCEL NO 1: Advice No. 53937 (Acquired 1-5-79; Pittman LOt

4.. Butter Firm Center : S. .. .r.e. .,. .,,.Fl..,. :. --- .-- -' financing mid SM.OOV. *. lot wHh lICe'". to Sempson 25, Shaw's Addition to Lake Butler Union County,Florida.-

SR. '121 LskB Butler 984-781 .lok.V..j.*.DOUBUWIDB, :.on. .large. ... . . . . .S 4. 00. cludes concrete block dwelling\ :3 BDRM IVi baths, with approx .*<*..
496-3921' '& C of 231 and S.W. 12th
C MiniSIQrage of II 21 1058 sq. ft. living area. Located corner Hwy
---.",., ..--...- : ;-* 12 ACRES.In Clay County near Intersection
'a S. '16. Approximately. five ecre c.......... .sle'mln Street.Lake Butler, Florida. '.

t- Now.,Renting ; .*r. wooded, .flowing c'...*' .." PARCEL NO. 2: Advice No. 66383 (Acquired 9-10-80( ; Peterson) I

Our Grand Opening Special1st ..ra0>rtv. ,..'"..:. .,... . ... :: .oo .** ."*. Lot 13, Block A, Azalea Park Subdivision Columbia County
ERA *70 ACRES Iec.t.d enSouth border of Camp. Slat Florida. Includes brick dwelling :3 I BDRM, 1 bath with approx. 900

Month'- \1/2'off I :ding,'f.909'plus foot fro_.. en Bat, 1% mile sq. ft.living area. Located on Tulip Avenue Lake CIty Florida.
\ ..,........
FAULKNER land. with geed
6x12 8x12'10x12.' '12x18 'North"of K. l-creose'Htgh, H Blending has PARCEL NO. 3: Advice No. 79547 ((Acquired 2-2-82; Gay) Lot 2, .
..
rapidly
: Value should Tina Subdivision Columbia County Florida.Includes masonry and I

REALTY Inquire at SUzuk KawlSaId of", Slarke.' ;.buildup.* being considered.SOUTHQATBi a aR.2 BA.F.mlly ,.....,. SelldoekkrKheittsrblneH concrete dwelling 3 BDRM. baths with approx. 1000 sq. ft. liw''

Hwy 301 S. 964-8020 ( oncedbocli. ydrd., assailant COOMII.tto. Ing area. ;i

I .T .964-5065 ... .';:..h...; '.... .. :. .. .. . ..153.900. PARCEL NO. 4: Advice No. 82065 (Acquired 3-30-82: ; McCoy) Lot

14. Block 5, Unit 2, Shady Oaks Subdivision, Columbia County, t
.
Includes brick dwelling 3 BDRM 1 bath. with ,
Florida. veneer approx. I
: : {!LM : 1026 sq.n.living area. '

'I :9PALTOR' I 'n.' 'L". "r_"" .'.. .01 PARCEL NO. 5: Advice No. 65737 (Acquired 9-2-80; Maxwell) Lot

r rI _: c3/lliU.late + 9'al 1. Kal-Way Subdivision Columbia County, Florida. Includes brick
bath with 900 ft. living area.
rI1Ij I : Inc. dwelling.3 BDRM. approx. sq.
*.
>t.lghborhoo4l Propertl*
t 'PERKINS &: SON'LAND CLEARING<<' 964.5231 PARCEL 6: Advice No. 82456 (Acquired 4-+62; Spradley) Lot

i21> UfoyerteSt.: Awes*from Wishbone. . '. ." .., L hJ... .. L RMLTORS ((904)) 14,Shaw's addition to Lake Butler Union County Florida. Include
a."' 3 baths 1000-1100(( ft. ;
w.F. (' 'Of PrCI HOURSl : (* ( 2344444' brick dwelling BDRM. spprox. sq. Feint<

'" :, f ffa&F. : i, area. -
.: : .. 11NrwwiMROOKR of StarkeS
Me'.Ptf. -
i ., I I /W W. ParkinsC. 'IurQa Sox d..a Curlw.. Suzuki-Kawasaki .This property may be Inspected by prospective bidders after March II., 19B3
\ Mr. JOt >ph D.
be made by contacting I
for
Arrangements inspection may
w1Noir .W..k
OIIUN. dove
t1'OO.acHIIJ.I.JI ; ,IJ 'af th.
"; on N/61FaI8Et1; Perlrln : 'i Fanners Home Administration, 1992 South First
i(f os f,bLw/d.qP..tk.1h/Wtdsh.d/ l l /: .r I ..,.... Garland Street, U.S.D.A.County Supervisor,Agricultural Service Center- Lake City. Florida) ,32055

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wsi"yI.up,,--" r : Telephone No. (!04)) 752.8465. '*.

'MOIIOAM lIP.a 220. OC'"' ..'.e.lmenl "houses.. ...zT..UtlP' __. : : j i' The sale will be by sealed bid.Bids will be received until the public opening of

WATU STP"Tw9.r". .h"[' : 1.: ; ii I' DY the bids'.which will be at 1:30 p.m. March 31, 1983. at the Office of the Elate

and rentes'; hevi ...n...., ? Director Farmers Home Administration Room 214, Federal" ,Building;401S'E.
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*1OVLV HOME$*owe* 'PINE :FOREST"". KARTS Gainesville FL 32602.
.l'APARTMENTS '!' "\ ..: : lot Avenue,P.O. Box 1088 ,
.'Bid forms be obtained either of the above addresses.Terms .
; ; may
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=:: 41ari tells.seajr* *a. M '
ftOtw. ,.n"mi. i\\ :). ...,.BISN*.. Strattm, the KId/'KrtW .nJ| yed.y l of sale will! be.: J. I .

..._ "..... f. I4.a.tIhil with '1-1' I 3 kr... Apkt. t,,:" w\III Ml only $Re K$ ", 1) Cash.ot"; ,
.LA".y... d. tw. Hons. .. I t4Wt u w-l M ,lIMit.... \ jl.MiM 'i .*2) 33 yrs. O10.75% interest( tot eligible..,low-to-moderate income ca it

ti't.; : : 2'2'M'Clt. ,: : tI." : r i ;. ((art II ear UphillW _If till. week 9/hr. il ,Lerner lee i3> 33 yrs. o 12.50% Interest for eligible above-moderate income applicant ,
:
AEWY =::: .....t '' ,, WtcL Rip. + .tntat+ ) applicant l
i J r r .. : '. yo 4>,?r.SJ3.0fl,InMM I Mild/ t Ift 1e4Z llft d/wJ1.tOIU'll,(i11M 12I .UOf'slne1ftibi.

,9/1cAIiM At.. ."""" sadlfMRs1'rl.C1t'v.! :. Gr.J": 'a' ,1..W......., ...;...;" ,. $Mftt. .*%. .*t w.He saM. at IIIIs tow p iric/*setanyt I'OIIII1'WW.b6'sold wrfttart.regard to race paler* creed sex, age.
religion marital)status,or national origin.
110 .crarlw I .: L4 '
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'41pp..x \! 1' ':10'1" '
'h''' ) | United States of America the light to reject all bids
...,t5e At "">:.r MR/w/ Rirl9 : 1 .,. .,y ,I"'I'' ':.,, : Th. ,,,, reserves: any or. ,
'_ .flasss $11il .. t pas Min I. \\.1 '\ \ f Hwy,'301 S. 964-6020

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I'IIM"ion March 17. IIIII! :



. I I Mother Saves Children in FireBy I News Briefs-1" "y,.' th'"limes '
frontpage
Oct. li and:charged robbery and attempted to' slow and steer #
smoke and flames. The mother threw after he reportedly held up a around the stalled vehicle which was
not panicking a young mother the child she was carrying outside had convenience store. The police said In the .v-
westbound
was able to save herself and her four Bell driving a 1978 ,Dodge, traffic lane but was
Wilkins told tho'clerk he armed
through thv door and started to the was unable to do because
children from the fire which crossed the highway to turn loft onto so of the slippery
.
young bedroom to get the other children. but a weapon was never found.At
road and
US-301 north. The vehicle came to a soft shoulder. The Dodge
consummed their trailer home yearly
The door won uu longer accessibleand stop In the crossover for approaching the time of, his arrest Wilkins slid Into the pickup and both vehicles
Monday morning. she had to push the other childrenout was found to be in violation of his probation
slid from
The located In Brown'sTrailer traffic but Was not completely out of the roadway and Into the
trailer "
the bedroom window. resulting from a charge of '
I the through traffic lane. A 1983 Ford ditcb. l
Park on US-301 south of The smoke an*flop had readied her driven by Kenneth Glenn Corbett ofStarfce ; passing a worthless ''check. Judge" Damage to the$974 Datcun; pickup tt'(
I Starke was engulfed in flames by the by the she Crews sentenced Wilkins to two yearsconcurrent driven
time
t'me Jackie Smith and her children, got the fourth child struck the Dodge in the rear., by Earl' Baldree"otCana t ( .
I out the window so her only escape was Damage to the Dodge was 1000. with the first sentence for Point F!., 'Was $1.000The
Dodge,
ifrju: 2, 4, 5, and 7, escaped without also through the window. the violation of probation. He will
Mrs. Damage to the Ford was",.000.f recelvedI,2OQ damages. In Framingham Mist., an
serious injury. Smith's hair and eyebrows were singed receive 16' days credit, for Jail time epidemic of green alt
'Mrs. Smith said she awoke at approximately -' from the fire. served. occurred, amongst light-
3-30: a.m. when her two- The fire reportedly started In the Norris PlacedOn haired people. owing to
year old starting coughing. As she living room of the trailer from a short Probation Starke Man Charged the large quantities of cop
started down the hallway with the In an electrical outlet, according to per in the water supply.
Arthur Bruce Norris 23, found With Assault,
was
child to feet a drink of water she saw Deputy John Dempsey. u .
guilty of criminal mischief in Bradford '
County Circuit Court last week Ronald David Sedgewick of Starko
and placed on probation for one year. was arrested March 13 and charged I
I I I Judge John J Crews also ordered Norris with aggravated assault,according to
SA 31 New Cases pay a fine of $200 for the first- Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson A.rJeJJtwn
Renorts degree misdemeanor. Sedgewick was charged after oute- TfI"
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Norris was arrested Feb. 28 and alledgedly called Thomas Sellara
theft and side his house and started an argument -
The Bradford County Office of the allowed. charged with burglary petit
criminal mischief. After Norris According to the police report, '
state attorney reports 31 new In- 53 misdemeanor cases were filedduring Sedgewick pulled a knife and treaten- I ham !
agreed to make restitution and the came
dividual cases an d<>r felony February and 13 guilty pleas victim chose not to the ed Sellars OARS
prosecute
defendents received for prosecution were accepted. 17 cases were dismissed state office dropped thefirst Bond for the charge was, set at to
during the month of Feburary.Five by the court or the state attorney. two attorney's charges, according to Assistant 2000.Sedgewick was released on his Stark ;
people were put on pre-trial 32 traffic cases for first appearanceor own recognizance.
terventibn. There were 41 cases arraignment were received. Five State Attorney Mack Futch. \\1983 Lincoln 4 Dr Towon Car
dismissed by the court or the state at cases were dismissed by the court or
state attorney. There were four Jury Stalled Pickup I((2) to choose from absolutely loaded
torney. Nine of these charges were bench Wilkins Pleads Guilty
trials and one trial. Causes AccidentA
against one defendant for worthless To Robbery-No Weapon 9000 miles each still under factory warranty
checks. The charges were dismissed Seven Juvenile cases received non- pickup truck stalled after it pulled .
After the defendant paid the amount Judicial action. Nine prior cases were Douglas Elwood WUklns plead guilty onto highway from the shoulder
of the checks plus court cost. dismissed by the court or the state attorney of robbery without a weapon last causing an accident March 7 on CR-18 SAVE I
There were five Jury trials duringthe according to Investigator week in Bradford County Circuit four miles west of Starke at approx
month and 19 guilty pleas were Wiley Clark. Court.Judge John J Crews sentenced imately 5.5O: a.m., according to = r ,4000
WUkins to three years with the Trooper W.M. Abrams. _
department of corrections. Rhonda R.' Scott, driving' a 1980
Wilkins. 19, of Starke was arrested Dodge was traveling west on CR-16


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ObituariesJoseph '. I \
_I-::: 1- ..-- ...... -..........,, -, ,,.. .. ...... ,

..... \, Education end her Master's Degree Include his "'wife : .'.}Mrs. '
Survivors ,. Mrs.Alys } Gladys Lett of
Maryland and bless;each and
in Thank
Guidance and Counseling from the Mrs. Arnie You mother. May the Lord ,
L Brennan of Lake Geneva;one. Sanagger
of Virginia
University of Florida. ; The family of everyone of you with His peace, Joy
three brothers Boxana Amanda
son Paul Brennan of South #Laguna Buck Samo and
and
Survivors Include her parents Calk one sister Mrs Ethel Green- Eugene King, ail of Wavcros Valldejuli would like: to extend their love.
; Qa. Our '
Jorge and Norma Valldujult of deep felt thanks and special thanks go to St,
field of Honolulu, Hawaii,, and two f Funeral services were held at Zp.m. love to ell the William's
Keystone Heights; three brothers, many friends who made their Catholic Church, Father
sorrow
John Valldejuli of Tampa, Omar grandchildren.Funeral service ,were held at 8:30', Archie Monday,March 14, at the chapelof a bit more bearablu. Michael S. Williams and the. whole.
VaUdelull of San Costa'' Rica : Tanner Funeral Home of The body of believers.
Jose cards
prayers calls, food
Wednesday March IB. in the Starke ,
and Michael Valldejuli' of Liverpool p.m. Keystone with Rev. Donald Willis of flowers and donations to the child We also wish to thank the Bradford
DeWitt Jones in
C. Chapel
England; and one sister, Mrs. Norma ficiating.. Burial was in Kingsley Lake abuse fund in Roxana's memory County Hospital, the nurses and Doc
with Dr. James R. Neale of- were
Heights
Martin of Keystone Heights; one Cemetery with Archie' Tanner truly appreciated.God tor Sarnt who was so faithful and kind
flciatin Burial in,
Keystone
niece and one nephew. was Funeral Home in charge of ar- bless you all. to my mother during her illness. .-
Cemetery under the directionof
." A welfare trust fund for child abuse Heights Funeral 1 angements., Sincerely Thanks also to the wond-rful Faculty
Jones Home of Keystone ,
and Staff at
has been established in Miss Validejuli's Jorge,Norma Norma Martin Keystone Heights
memoiy. Those wishing to Heights. Michael, John and Omar VaUdeJullCard Eementary for their gifts of moral
make donations should address contributions M.. support and love.
to: HRS Attn: Welfare Lynnle Wingate i' we would also like to give a special
; ,. t'Trust Fund for Child Abuse. 1078 8th Mrs. Lynnle M. Wingate, 66, of Card of Thanks Thanks to Steve Fetch of DeWitt C.
Ave. North, Naples, Fla. 33MO. Keystone Heights,died suddenly Sun- ;. Jones Funderal Home and his entire
John Logan day evening March 13, at Orange. staff who did such a beautiful Job of
Park Memorial > .The recent bereavement'which has
!: Hospital.
Joseph John Logan 88 of Keystone 'A native of Jacksoville, Mrs. vlnted our home has brought to us a Thanks arranging and handling the funeral
arrangements efficient and
Heights, died Monday at his, greater a very.
Wingate moved to appreciation of our friends.
residence. Keystone Height We, the family of the late Dora kind manner.
A native of Dlckson Hugh Townsend Dent five years ago; was a member and a Such thoughtfulness and neighborly! Frances Smart, would like to expressour May our.Lord bless all of you.
City. Pa.
Mr.
Hugh 'townsend Dent, 74, of Past Matron of Rivet-view Chapter .kindnesses can never be forgotten. deep for the
Logan moved to Keystone Heights Keystone Heights died Saturday morning OES of Jacksonville and attended A special thanks to, Larry atWilson's appreciation many
five from prayers, visits, flowers, cards, food The Family of Dora Frances Smart.
Ft.
years ago Lauderdale.
,. March 12, in the Veterans Ad- Community Church'"of' Keystone Florist.
Mr. Logan was a retired and other acts of love that were givento Denise Akridge, William P. Smart
postal ministration Hospital In Gainesville Heights. Grlffls It Deete Family us during the loss of our beloved and Ronald F. Smart I
employee; a veteran of World War II following long illness. Survivors include her husband,
serving In the U.S. Army; a memberof Born in Columbia, S.C., Mr. Dent James F Wingate. of Keystone
Faith 'Tabernacle of Melrose; a .moved to Keystone Heights from Heights; one daughter Mrs; Judith """ 1 1"I"
member of the Society for the Preservation -- ====
Jacksonville 23 years ago; was W. -Artie of Keystone Heights; one
and of Barber retired as a construction Inspector son, Robert "Bud" Wingate of Tampa -,
Shop Quarted Sing In America, from the U.S. Navy, and was a ; one brother, Robert E. Starrett of ; --i
was a member Barber Gatorsof 'veteran of World War II. He was alsoa Jacksonville; and one sister, Mrs
Gainesville and had sung In most of member of the Keystone Heights-. Kathryn Mickler also of Jacksonvilleand .
the churches In the Keystone Heights- Community Church. six grandchildren.Funeral '_ > ,.
Melrose area.Survivors Survivors include his 'wife, Mrs. services were held at 10 \
Include his wife, Mrs Marie Wachild Dent; one daughter a.m. Wednesday, March 16, In the \\\ I11.goiaI
Louise Carmela Logan of Keystone Mrs. Richard A. Hollingsworth,Jr. of DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of Keystone \\c
Heights; two daughters, Karen Linda Grand Prairie Texas; one sister Heights with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin
Logan Annls and Kathleen Avis Mn. Harold Ingram of Keystone officiating. Burial was at 1 p.m. In
Logan Fariello. both of Gainesville; Heights; two grandsons and several Mill Creak Road Cemetery near I FinancingONLY
five sons, David Leigh Logan, Ft, nieces and nephews. Callahan with Riverside Chapter
Lauderdale, Dale Joseph Logan, Funeral services were'held at 11 Order of Eastern Star, conducting
Keystone Heights,'John Paul Logan, a.m., Tuesday, March 15, in the graveside rites
Tallahassee Glenn Douglas Logan, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
Ft. Lauderdale.. Collin Mark Logan Buddy C Friedlin officiating. Burial R.B. '
King viOWi
of Gainesville; one brother, Richard was at 3 p.m. In Evergreen Cemeteryof R. B. King,64.of ,died at his I' I
"Dick" Logan of Pasadena, Md.; five Jacksonville. Jones Funeral Home home Friday March 11, following an !
sisters, Miss Margaret Logan, Scran- 'of Keystone Heights was in charge of extended Illness.
ton, Pa.. Mrs. Gert Logan Karsnak:, arrangements. Born'and raised In Savannah, Ga.
Scranton,Pa.,Mrs.Rita Logan Graff, 'Mr. King entered the U.S. Army and
Nutley, N.J., 'Mrs. Helen Logan John J. Brennan Sr. served in World War II. He moved to
Williams,Pasadena, Md.,Mrs.Claire John Joseph Brennan, Sr., 85, of Hialeah, and was Superintendent of
Logan Microulis Providence, R.I., Lake Geneva died Sunday,March 13, Sanitation of Hialeah until his retire- AT TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and four grandchildren. at his residence.A ment. Mr. King moved to Starke
Funeral services will be held at 6:30': native of Holyoke, Mass., Mr. seven yean ago and was of the Baptist -
p.m. Thursday March 17,at the Faith Brennan was a resident 0( Lake faith.
Tabernacle in Melrose, with Rev. Geneva for over 20 years; was a Survivor Include two daughters,
Eugene R. Haas officiating Friends retired Placement Officer for the U.S. Miss Tancle Mae King and Mn. Nina
may call at the DeWitt C Jones Weather Service and member of Mae Hutchins? both of,Starke; one
Chapel, Keystone Heights Thursday Faith Presbyterian Church. son, Tony King of Starke; two sisters, /
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights in chargeof
"
arrangements. \
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Geneva C. ThomasMrs. Richard
Geneva Crews Thomas of we endorse Murrheefor
Jacksonville'died Thursday. March

10.Formerly of.StarkeMrs.. Thomas the office of TRUSTEE, Clay Electric;

was -the daughter of the late Julie
Crews. Cooperative Board because we know him

Survivors Include her husband .
Clinton Thomas of Jacksonville tot ha> '. \ SH-..
; one .
Lfiiarke.brother;,one F.M.sister'Buddy"mry.Cr8'fS:5fM.Crawford of--J.... .................. ... -_.;; ...."'...,., t I\. "'it .:'I'N.t \.,,,,, .. x. .. s..., 4i

fin' of Virginia BeacKVa.; ;! dwof nieces, I C > "CH" ,,#;> IP. \ HfiSHHS I ,
J Ruddick and Deborah Ann 4'-
McKinney and one nephew George 1. A sincere man who can give a truthful answer. .
Petrusky: all of Virginia Beach, Va. J i
also survive. I
2.. A man who has always had a good relationship with. both the !599 5

Melrose Ernest Ernest died Frost Friday Frost Whitney morning Whitney,, 91 March, of consumers and the employees of' Clay Electric. |Ranger "S"Includes

11,in North Florida Hospital
In Gainesville following Regional long lilness. 3.A man whose just.priority ,Is serving the consumer's best

Born In Springfield, Mass., Mr. Interest.. Transportation
,.Whltney-TiM lived in Melrose since .1I'ImI
1918. He owned and operated
a
garage
tin automobile! Molroee mechanic where he in retired 1956 and as.was an Friends of I Richard.Murrhvv No Dealer Prep I

*member. of the Advent Christian'

fCburch i,; Survivors in NewVHMak ilfuhiM hIsCowiife; Mrs; No Notary Fee {:

aizabethC. Bruce. Whitney? fourtJrtnffl Total Sale "'5995.00 1
t therina Vlckers ofelrese
f ; MrsVlvatJttne: Watklns and TheMeat No Get Ready Fee Tax 299.75:
Dor t by,Clancy both rof :ManpponHKjMrs ,

man eWItf oUnangct.: W.,; one Ernestine son,An- Store No Title Fee Approx. Tan 30.00
Whitney of Gainesville; 22 .

,andchildren g 14 9 Ur great idghdd grand retl 105"Edwards Road DRIVE OUT *- 6324.75

,. graveside i several nieces.funeral services:' wereKdd OPEN 8:30-7.Mm.-Sat: .

Mondays'Match-14" at 11 a.m. in' Food Stamps.. Welcomed 964-8290
Melrose Cemetery with Rev. Leslie f
:Harris officiating. Jones Funeral :'Starke flush Bights Reserved k7 All 1983 T-Birds
Hme of Keystone Heights, was inchaTgCWflyrBflgements. i
In lieu offlowers
contributions may be made USDA Choice! 'Boneless Dealer Invoice
L1 $100 Over
to, the 'Advent Christian Village in "
wlipg Park Fla."Donald *2.49
Top ,Sirloin.,. .. .. .,. ... ... .,*.,
F.BaJCwell Bone'iris 1 I t.5 % Keystone State Bank RRanclng'J
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Donald F. Bagwell 57, of Starke : I
died Friday afternoon March 11, at $..3.69 '
his residence following a long Ulneasj Rib' Eye . ., .-. ...,r.c.;;.;: :, .......-..!''''' .
Born in Monterey TennMr.. Boneless : ;. '. All LIDs '
J Mustangs'
Bagwell was .a lifelong resident of
Starke and was a member of the Baptist DelmdnicdStcakl 3 : ; ; X3:49Boneless .
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faith.. Mr. Bagwell retired from '''' ;' -
DeWitt Ct Jones FuneralHome-in : -' j'; r'
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of service.He Escorts Yes Convertibles
1980,after over 30 years
was Softball abut league active in the. Starke.women. New 'York Strip .I..v3.49Chuck : ; I ,

Survtvonlnclude his Mother, Mrs,, ,Boneless' : ; J '
Dora D'Halsten: of Starke"onerson; \. ; -, ', ; 50 Over Invoiceif ?
Donald B. Bagwell of 'Starke;.'"one. Steak : "''of">" .1.; I i.$1" 5'g' ; ,
daughter, Mrs Faye Gay of Mejroser : ... 't'H' ; ...: .., .. ,
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one brother;; R.C.- ai"* ,or Heavy Western.Select Perk .

sees Westminster.,Jason ,and Co.Shane'and three Johnson grand and, Pork Steaks_ .!.T.: rb.1.1 1.9.1. -

Byron Bawoell.r all !pf Starke.Funera'C 1 I ." ... .MI"i"'e. \ :
held at 2 '.
fcrnTon Monday.services, March were.14, l W the I Butt : $ .19, f,; ... -.

Leroy DeWitt OUve

direction Lrte of Jons4 Cemetery,R tfnRrsl}u Hon ", Azar. ..S.P1Dked.'SIII' ;.. j.$1.79FtaFromium See CJyde. 'Varney'or Bill. today: !

Starts, } ,.', ::' /.. i 'Fryvr" $" ";M'* 2C : : Byron, .

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