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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1984
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04354
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des t almost two inches rain to Bradford County with a 30 percent ....w.. . . . . .,....; UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 1 ::-
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With rain still'falling Wednesday afternoon New River lira tower had roc l.I.;" ) . . .r'M. La K .
P.ttedl. !g) inched since Monday; High tower measured overman inch,. ,portlt'i'., .: .,.. 'r'ai,'0.12 ,I GAINESVILLE FL 32611 ':'.:
\ and Santa (lit tower reported two inches. Starke recorded 1.6 inches in the UgaliSECTION. .. .'. .. . ... 12 fl ... '" '

,L same The period puts total, February rainfall at around three i inches. tiObltuarl The Sweetest Strawberries 't'hlirsIJ i f; J71.qr.11li'v.; { ,:a w f .:';:.
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warns that due to freeze-killed vegetation, caution should be used while N.w arl.ts. . . . .Mag.I l 141:Sth Year 8TAHKH. KI.OHIDA as! Cams Copy 'VI&PKY&UBRARYThurNday

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Continually rising health care costs third-party payments reduc the consciousness : I II
were .the target of state Insurance to control costs, the insurance .... I
Commissioner Bill Gunter who spoke commissioner said. : I
before some 55' at' the RotaryClub "It 'should' concern'' us nil," 'said } .,

meeting Wednesday, Feb. 22", in the Gunter, urging the Rotarians to, I I I II
Starke Econo Lodge.'Commissioner :become involved. II II I

Gunter didn't, mention ''The status"'>quo is- not working,"' ..., I
a single 'Word about the 1986 ''Gunter said.: In' 1979 'the hospital'Industry I

governor's race; but some locals at promised! voluntary cost control ,e v
the meeting are hoping Gunter will be but it has not hap financial: per __, ', I t ,, i
sonal'''and business ;strain ,
successor to Gov. Bob Graham f ,
Commissioner Gunter was touting a over insurance needs. attention, said ., -_': I
legislative package to;give the cur Gunter ; .4 :'
rent Hospital Cost Containment "With your assistance-can win, 'I

Board authority" to disapprove the the :legislative battle before' ". us," .:: I

budget of a hospital with no attempt Gunter told the Rotarians. ,
to control, costs., "It's a.carrot stick One Rotarian, on his way out of the arri n

approach ,said>Gunter, explaining'that meeting,.pointed out Gunter had not. ,
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the proposed, legislation will en- addressed the portion of rising r
courge hospitals to hold down their' hospital costs Attributed to new; ,
costs. technology and newdiagnostiG'and.treatment 4. S. ,a. '

Hospital charges would be tied,to .' machinery. /
the Consumer Price Index, plus a factor ;Gunter was elected state treasurerand
to give special hospital's such as. insurance commissioner in 1976, d. fit ;
teaching hospitals more money. and're-elected'in 1978 and 1982. He'
Medical needs,would also be'considered served in the U.S. House of Represen-
.under the proposed new. tatives 73-74,'and ,prior to 'that was a ,.
legislation..The budgets of hospital's. elected in 196' $and.. \1972 to the Florida, ra .-=
not offering their ''share of .indigent Senate.
be under review
'care would placed '
Introduced by Judge George'' Cabinet System Defended... -:,
Pierce;, who said he's known Gunter' Gunter defended Florida's. cabinet 7 4:
since grammar school(:days some 43 system of government when Al Hi'

years ago, Gunter, a polished' Crosby ,asked if he .thought cabinet ,,, ar'
speaker, got in'.his quota of local members presiding over so many ,. ,
names''. He mentioned the names of state agencies arid commissions
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Guy Andrews make the system inefficient. "You = II I I
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, realize you're asking a proponent of
DuPont executive Drew Reddish, and the cabinet system," Gunter told "et ..
School Supt. Tom Casey Crosby. Other states have. stronger n t
Gunter,began by saying there is a governors and many of the decisions' :
need for the state to address the cost about running those states are madejin Lr

I '**>*: ".of health care: and,hospital costs, ExfnH the governoO, {//JCff..rY} '. ;, ''n 1
.....--"ptiJ'l Iwclft HOi'rnlfw**JtonpHgfr*;::.-: upter9 I tfhp, ., Er.,Ipc ,.tha ..:
'--1T1l\btn': nfglntf1Nft\ 1\1ia1 already the Cabinet meetings are open to the '
been approved by the! Hospital Cost public and that any citizen of the state
Containment Board, Gunter said can address the Cabinet on any mat-

over-all these costs in Florida, as in ter on his mind.FFA'ers ,,, x nw..r wM ww. ?
the entire U.S.*,continue to rise.
The Consumer Price Index rose 37' Recognized.,. (photo by tarry Oglesby)
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percent in the past four years, Gunter The Rotary Club had as guests, Orange and Blue Day at BMS,.. *'

90.2 pointed percent out, but in the hospital same charges four years.rose FFA members Chapter of the in Bradford honor of High National Senior'' Five University of Florida football players visited seventh, and eighth" While addressing to the students the player' talked- about drugs alcohol! ',..._S ".

The elderly comprise 17.3 percentof FFA Week Feb. 18-25. graders at the Bradford Middle St'hoollasftuesday. attendance, grades and most especially respect. :
to : Johnson made the arrangements through the Gator Team's Academic
Florida's population compared Rotarians a hearty hand to .fi' t ..
Gunter pointedout gave Gator Neil Anderson signs autographs"for (left Counselor Bo Bayer. Some 350 students were addressed by the players. .
11 percent nationally, Chapter President-Vicki Thomas' address Above, star runningback '.. "
while adding senior citizens are entitled "And Who Shall Feed to right) Jamie Boweiv Shaun Nit-holt,tmd Jennifer Williams." "\1> / The other four Gators that made the visit' wt'rt 4'amGarUeldtegEllistL. ;; ,
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_ _certainly welcome in Florida. the World..." BM8 Guidance Counselor Melba Johnson arranged; for the playpr'II'vlslt. (.es'g Cleveland and Ronald Billet. .:>, ** i # '* t'r! ; *; 'f t1'JPITV2O ] : ,..
Over 65's account for 1 1.7 percent of Miss Thomas pointed out one '. ',, .. adz ?' '. ".? ""*'' JH A 'r;:

hospital cost national, but,,,33 per American farmer feeds 76 people, including : .
cent in 51 domestic citizens and 25 ,\ ,
For-prof hospitals make up 13 per., foreign individuals. The American '. ; :' ..
cent of the hospitals in the U.S., but 35 farmer accounts for one of five jobs in 'Re4ves' :
percent Of hospitals in Florida. the U.S. Tam tn Tane RecordingThe ; ? ,

Gunter said for-profit hospital charge FFA members are preparing for .
more this challenge, said Miss Thomas; "r .' .... I -' : cpiverased"

Visitors and' transients 'are more noting the theme National FFA tape recording of the Feb,,1981',, by inspection of the'nl ut S. Current custody' of Curtis, who played: it for- '.tape.and minutes-of the I'..,,.:
prevalent in Florida than most states, 'Week is "Keeping America.. on. the meeting of the Hampton city council Mayor Gordon Wadsworth was not in Though the' tape Feb. ,,1984, meeting,'plus statements -'.-.-
and all weigh on the health care grow..." reported as being mysteriously eras* ;'office October'1981; but was servinga recordings not of professional quality from', persons who heard the, tape '
system. Gunter pointed out.; ed in the Feb, 16 edition of The + $ clerk in February 1981 when the ; no mention can be' heard of haVE! ,been turned, over to Assistant

"It all adds up to continuing higher Proposition I Discussion Telegraph has resurfaced in jontroversiallncldent happened. Wadsworths: raise being made, State Attorney connection; with" an' "

costs for hospital insurance and auto Set at March MeetingJohn hearable form. But the questions still. -' retroactive.This ongoing, investigation.i J
Insurance," said Gunter. The more a Thomas, executive director of ,remain. seems to confirm 'ii1formatl6n'that 'The.question Is:- Did the,Hampton .
hospital spends now the more it is the State Association of County Com- Coucilman Ted Curtis states tha't'''t .{meeting''was granted to Wadsworth, Marshal John Hodges'' hail city commission authorize a retroac ,
reimbursed by such things as missioners, 'will "be the featured the tape was.:taken to TV ",;;but adds/'same to be >retroactive.: "', 'gathered in of the course of the Investigation live pay raise for former clerk Gore "
theft'' 'and
Medicare and Medicaid; consequently speaker at the March meeting on Pro- after the : Channel <'r- possible don wadsworth. The amount of the' T
.there is no desire to control costs. pisition One.Thomas Special .report appeared i i Wadsworth stated that1 though' head evidence tampering concerning the alary in question is said to be bet
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is knowledgeable about the equipment never heard the tape concerned, 'minutes of the Feb. 1981 meeting. ..ween 4300 and $450.
Consumers do not make health care suprised the listeners by allowing tha>, he had Hodges indicated that charges are-
Constitutional amendment not falsified official minutes, Wadsworth,.then clerk and now'the' ,.
proposed '
decisions; doctors do, pointed out tape to be heard. : .Adding that the same board had still pending in the matter. ; ;
also is not a which would cut taxes to the 1981 level ap I town- mayor,;adamantly deniesihe: ,
Gunter. The consumer bills. whichare and limits tax increases to five percent The meeting reported to have occurred >\t,proved the teadlng.o.th4l'tnlnutes in altered the minutes of,, the 1981 i .,' -3
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direct payer hospital a year except by a vote of the in October 1931, actually took > he'March 1981 meeting. ;" :Marshal Hodges teported at the, meeting which say the pay raise was"ft" '; '*' -
usually paid by.insurance companies in 't The been the Feb .14 _council meeting that the .1- a'r'b"a .'
Medicare or"Medicaid. Such people. place February l98Uas revealed: tapeohas returnedto : : retroactive.. ,.1' ., ,( ; ../'I;" I'; >, :, '!;[J ,
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: Center is due up Installations: for the Florida National' ;semlann'ual: yoon .hur tt.whldt.[ *S -X/'' '.': .

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Feb. 20 to Feb;,zT: ,; r" board members are out of town. :'f'J, money for Florida taxpayers:Hall, ,"8ottl.! of t3lQetMti" ";;>?/A:R:'" .
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Get involved in politics was the tion and some$8) million is alloted for e +ivT tr
basic message to Bradford teachers the education Raise Bill, there should y
from speaker Tom Poole at a be ample funds left to do some of all

legislative awareness dinner last three, said Sen. Grant. "
Thursday night. Feb. Ie,sponsored by Bob Lee, lobbyist with the Florida 7w ''h' !
the Bradford Education Association.The Education Association, said the major
legislative body makes all decisions concern is that education is falling
in terms of votes, Poole told backward in effectiveness. The bigpush
local teachers.."That's they really on merit pay, which might pass r ,,d
recognize," said the seventh grade the legislature, is a result. Gov. 1 ,
science teacher from Mount Dora 1 Graham will be pushing to raise
Middle School, who also has a radio Florida teacher pay into the upper 25
and TV repair business, and is a bail percent of the states, Lee noted.
bondsman. Votes Poole told the Lee said a major committment
teachers are "... political reality, the must be made by every educator to
way the game is played." defeat Proposition I. The talk Is Proposition
Rep George Crady, apologizing for 'I, if it passes will roll back
taking to task the BEA featured education funding 23: percent at the
speaker, strongly disagreed with very time the state Is pushing to raise
Poole's assessment of the political the level of education in Florida Lee -
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process.''I. don't count votes. I do what I Sen., Grant said he is not sure about Southside Elementary Straight-A's Students...

think is right..." said Crady the keeping the seventh period, but The 41 students earning straight-A's at Southside School Third row; Timothy Armentrout, April Johnson,. Shelley Dampier, Jim
father of six daugthers who lost his pointed out the state got involved with third six-weeks grading period ending Jan. 24 are (I-rh Elementary the Autry, Ray Neesmith, Joe Starling Jonathan Mallory. Tony Jordan, Kelll
business because he spent too much the Raise Bill because of so much First row: Julie l>oper, Erin Rogers Derrick Callen O'Neal Alana West, Heather llersey. Becky Phillips Ui Lane Amy Trlest.
time with legislative matters."I disparity In standards up and down Conklin,Julia Ponder: Casey Roberts, Bubba Coleman Molly Fourth row t Patricia l Gillls James ,Heather Safer Byron Lee Matthew -
got thrown in jail for Hubert the state. Some students were goingto Ward Ray;! Durban. Aaron Eunice, Kelley Stewart, Danielle Smith. Leigh Ann Odom, Jane

Humphrey" said Rep. Crady, saying school 600 hours per year,some 900, Second row Heather Smith, Shannon Safer, Bethany tee Dana Warren. Stanwlx-llay,,Michael McKinney, Brian Canova, Melissa Randolph Erika
again he does what he believes is Sen. Grant noted. Grant said he hopes Lindsey Walkup. Kim Douglas Mandy Floyd Rankin Tract Cleveland ,
right. the legislature will "fine tune" the Santlya Sarnt. < Amy Thomas Absent for the photo were: Brittany Hula and Brian Hall.
"All politicians don't go for the Raise Bill this coming session and ,
vote. If they did they'd stiff be calling look hard at the regional costoflivingindex
you 'Boy,' and you know what I being proposed the past few I
mean" Crady told Poole. years by Supt. Tom Casey.
In his talk, the first thing on the Sen. Grant is "very concerned" '
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agenda, Poole said everybody keeps about discipline in school. "Enough Want for School System Given to LegislatorsA

telling educators to get back to teachers have told me they have .. ... ,
basics, that educators are not doing a discipline problems in the classroomsthat
good job., have gone too long without ad- three-point legislative program funds to. each district are based. ford,for instance*, receiveS only 94.7 Small high schools often have- to
"They don't send us a basic child," dressing," said the senator who has aWife for the nine northeast Florida school There are enough votes in eight large percent of the 1510.34 the state pays alternate years of offering physics,
Poole said, meaning the students of who is a kindergarten teacher. districts, including Bradford was counties to control the legislature, for each student enrolled. That means chemistry or advanced mathematics.'
today aren't prepared to get the most Grant asked the teachers to tell the outlined to the local political delegation although there is increased disagree; Bradford students earn only$1,430.44 But with its Sparcity( Factor dollars
out of school, their language is legislators how they want the Sparci in a four-hour meeting of school ment within the delegations from or $79.90 less than the state average. small Dixie High was able to, offer
atrocious and they don't try to learn. ty Factor incorporated, and how they administrators Thursday Feb. 16, in those large counties. Some counties receive more than 100 those courses in the "off" year.
Discipline is the biggest problem, want the funds for transportation the Western Steer Streakhouse in The legislative conference was percent.The percentage is based on a In Union County, the $60,000 used
Poole said. allocated. Starke. sponsored by the 9-county Northeast formula for the cost-of-living in each given in pay increases equaled the
Merit pay as proposed by Gov. Rep. Frank Williams, Sen. Bill Grant D-Madison told the Florida Regional Education Consor. district. Sparcity Factor funds the county.
Graham, gives more dollars to people D-Middleburg, taking a note from 100 or so educators there will be $800 tium headquartered in Palatka. received 'pointed out Administrator i
already making more, Poole said. Supt. Tom Casey's presentation to the million in new state revenue from Members of the legislative delega- Howard 0 NeW. !
How can it be determined! which education consortium group of administrators taxes passed last year, and that The delegation was asked to sup- tion present were State Sen. Bill Last year for the first time, a Small I
teacher is doing the best job in the ,said he'd sue if his child education will get some of it. Sen. port: Grant. D-Madison; Rep. George county council was organized and lobbied -
classroom, he asked. Teachers with was placed in a class with a teacher Grant looks for some $250 to $400 Crady. D-Yulee; Rep: Frank for the Sparcity; Factor to be' II
bachelor degrees might be the most who was not meritorius.Williams was million in new revenue after inflationis The Sparsity Supplement.a program Williams. D-Middleburg, and Rep. funded. Bradford School Board '
effective but they are not eligible for I talking against the merit pay proposal. factored in and the new Raise Bill of Gov. Bob Graham for rural Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne. Rep. Mar- Member Patricia Spengler was in- 'I,
the so-called "merit pay; Poole i passed last year' to raise education counties which has never been fully tin, a 10year'veteran of the StateHouse strumental in getting the group'' I
pointed out.Bradford. "Your being here tells me you are standards is funded some $80 million. funded. Gov. Graham has $5 million is a member of the Appropriations organized and was made its first I
Middle School librarian' interested in government," said Rep. The state Rainy Day Fund also needs In sparcity funds in his new budget Committee. chairperson. The 9-county Education I
Melba Johnson pointed out she is paid Williams. beefing up, teachers should receive a but that is still far from full funding Representatives of each of the nine Consortium employed a lobbyist Jim '
the same as a teacher, but is also not Williams also noted that one vote is pay increase,and some relief needs to which would cost$28-30 million. school districts represented last Feb. Dunaway, for the first time. Dunaway ,
eligible for the merit pay. Important "I didn't get the name be given to property tax' payers 16 listed improvements they have was credited by Consortium staff' I
Poole also cautioned teachers 'Landslide Williams' for nothing," he Grant pointed out saying he sees no Full funding for transportationcosts made with the sparcity factor money members with being critically important
against being taken in with false proI I reminded the teachers apparently reason now why there won't be sufficient for each school district. The which was funded last year for the in getting the Sparcity Factor'
mises. "Everything bright is not red. referring to his close win over monies to do some of all three. state currently funds transportationsome first time,including adding additional funded.
Almost in Is out," he said. challenger Lee Drawdy in the last goals. 54 percent; the rest must come teacher units, additional school The education administrators were,
Sen. Bill Grant, D-Madison, told the election. Williams a 12-year veteranof Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, a out of local school operating funds. In psychologists, offering additional overwhelmingly opposed to the gover
teachers the same thing he'd told administrators the legislature survived his member of the House Appropriations Bradford for instance, state funds for subjects rural counties need but can nor's teacher merit pay plan, saying
earlier in the day. There 'toughest challenge! surprising many Committee, said the main need'is to operating. the school bus system total afford with the regular state alloca it will be next to impossible to train
will be revenue in excess of expen- Williams pointed out that last session pay teachers properly. Martin said $240,745 leaving $214,040 of the staff to administer by the deadline
ditures of some $800 million this year, he voted for taxes, including the transportation can hopefully; be balance of the $462,785 operating tion.Bradford, for instance, used its this spring.
based on taxes passed last year. unitary tax which he doesn't like, funded up to 90 percent. The spariityfactor budget to be made up by local funds. Sparcity Factor funds to put an additional Educators asked how the. .
Education should get some of that because he didn't want to vote for pro! for rural counties is a swapofffor .addition, 'Bradford bought three school psychologist on staff! for legislators thought Proposition) I Is going \
''money: The I rim threes needs are ''grams an4 noUvote the necessary the safe school funding for:,larger new school uses this' term costing .the elementary grades which*Supt. over'the district.:.iSeri. Grant eaidlProposition I
.teacher salaries; to build up the taxes. to aupport''.hem. '"1 wanted to counties,Martin pointed out A l i .. $110.000 of whiclv the'state .paia Tom Casey told the group'is "one of t proponents<'..'well[ :J
state's Rainy Day fund and to give put money where my'mouth" was,'' Martin also made it plain that large $70,000. the simple things' that kind of meaning" and said he is in sympathy I
some relief to ad valorem taxpayers. said the staunch conservative' counties won't pll-y a change in the equates..." small counties with their with their desire to control state spen
After the budget is adjusted for tafia- legislator. cost-of-living for '!a on which school District Cost Differential; Brad more affluent neighbors. ding.
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land swap was approved by ,,2nd Bucket Truck
Starke commissioners Tuesday night, :Purchased by City .
giving the city access from EdwardsRoad
Purchase of a new bucket truck for
\ to its 360-acre( airport site on
the Street Department was approved
US-301 south.
night by the city council.
Tuesday,
The city got the land on Edwards
41-foot
The used truck, with a
Road from Jackson Building Supply. reach will cost 12000. City workers
The city's hew parcel just west of f Nawrc""ene HOOVER ,
have tried out the new truck and likeit
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Riverside Uniform Is 60 feet wide and said Utility Director Merrill Dees / I DECADE 80UPRIGHT .,
runs south to the
airport property. in answer to a question by Commis-
Jackson Building Supply got a 200 WITH.DUST CUP
foot deep piece of land some 1.8 sioner The city Bobby needs Biggs.two bucket trucks T H E ... Parrnanant Haadiiqht/rluaiaaeaiighu qt dual cup .
acres from the city is the old ladder truck was sold to Dual:aaga-claaning:! '
building since : \
directly in back of the supply k- Full turniiura, ; guard
the state Dees explained. With two .SENSATIONAL a Two-tpatd molota
business and Jackson
to
plans move trucks the city crew can split up and : 4 ptMitKxi c.rra..I.ctor with..daanr'
stock off US-301 onto the lot.
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jlo more work. : .
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THAT'S SWEEPING Hoover Convertible Q < : ":':"f

Wily Old Rascal.. 8 995 .
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THE Upright Vacuum '
COUNTRY! ,

The wily old red dot lay asleep not even cracking an eye at Starke
Utility Director Dees standing five feet away. I
"Go call the truck" Dees told a city employee with him. "We'll catch
this dog right now,." Dees tho"-ht to himself of the big red mutt who had
eluded the city dog r-. -.re.I! ..
Va-r-o-o-om. the d m ...ut away, sighting the orange city truck when it ,
rounded a corner about three blocks away, and running under a nearby HOOVER Concept
house. '
UPRIGHT \
Dees and four employees crawled under the house after the dog.When WITH HEADLIGHT One
they came out a lady said a big red dog had just come from under,the "' '
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other side of the house and trotted off,down the street. ,. ,,4 position rug adjust ", f.Qu ldr.n.. Agitation s.

A new dog catcher however has .since caught; the big red dog. All-Steel agitator ;'" .Tw.&p.edIIotM Cord.... !\ : ,
15 Qt. l Hoover spicy"CORitef '
top-filled bag .Quick Er Ctem "' '
Full-time edge Bag Cheng i Idoa ciaonlng ruy t Hoot nouNt, :
cleaning +: T i of aitpowtit*bog) "
c.Duel Headlight UalilvMlgM. moMla \ i
page IAR) :.SalfAdjuatlng'Nouhr : J """* dachm.Ma. 'Includwd' ,i I
Range.from .'
a .Dual Hands. R......" .
r'r II......... Edga. Craanlng
posed by area residents. So far. the :i been set back one week from r'eb. 2UI \
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Standing site has not been opposed by I to Feb. 27, because two board ..;
anyone. Board members like the pro- i members will be out of town the week.
posed Blanding site because it is on ;;of the 20th. 4.WECAHRY
the western edge d the camp and The school board with the help of ', _
closer to vo-tech center in Starke than .Sen. Bill Grant, got a $250,000 grant to : .......M te';

the FFA farm. ;build a new truck driving range to Yaeuttm CINMr' ,.
Next discussion of the driving range' I consist of some 16 acres of paving, '.rgwnr,",...h
will be at. the next school board Currently, the semi-truck driving GENUINE HOOVER ..UM l'X1vo'/IOItaAC,poww' maid frotd: moM' _IH...
..::_ meeting Monday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. ;i students are training on an old airport t; \'*01.. cup cbOfMur y Nm .
The regular school board meeting has : 'outside Lake Butler in Union- County. BAGS 'BELTS f. movobt o>v:-lam fllix.
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Mrs. Sue Davis has won a one-year \[ In her husband's place until the .,' : ; ;
__, term on the Brooker city commissionwith i Feb. 21 election,decided not to run for
a ''43-11 vote over former,,.fire re-elections DENMARK FURNITURE
chief George Pierce. v. Pierce is a. former Brookef.. fire
The 54 votes cast in the Feb. 21 election i chief. Mrs. Davis is a columnist forTh ;rr.
are ....41 percent of Brooker' 111 :T.(..raph, and ,,The Gainesville,

rAgurtercd. voters.Mr Sun., 434 W; Call Street StarkeI 964-5826O ?645827'Eskablished'in '!' '..J.r
terms ,
.. Davis too Pierce were running Winning new without oppooltion d
for the one-year unexpired term of when qualifying closed Jan. .. 1923 r
late councilman Joe Cephu HarrelL were councUmen Joe: Tolieson and
Mrs. Edna ,HarreU,, appointed ,to,1' 'Gene Melvin.



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,9 '1(5'41 A, r ::' :""I i. 'f I ,!:1 V 7 !r: 1 !If: .! V
1 d t .,,' f $ rezoning request, permitting'Q) ing Board and subsequently approved ding from SR-21 to 21-B, is presently
i ts :acre: Planned Unit Development) by the County Commission, the tract enclosed by a chain link fence.
., POD) between SW21 and CR21B Mrlll be sold to Rose Stone, Inc. a Corpbratloh The,corporation name, Rose Stone,
1 I Just northeast of Santa' Fe Lake"Audi) organised by Uack Norton, : !W.*derived >1ft-oint; contraction\ of the
-m- be heard Tuesday Feb. 28,,by the Charles Beasley, and Earl Beasley, names Melrose and Keystone the two
Bradford; County planning and Zon all of Melrose. towns nearest to the Lanier property.Conservation .
t ing Board, meeting in the Stark city Plans are to utilize 67.4 acres of the
ha 1'at 1 p.pn. "', tract for single family: residences on a District
The property, owned by Loyree minimum of .57 acre lots; 11.7 acres;
Lanier,of Santa Fe Lake, is presently for single family, one-story con Hearing at 8 p.m. ,
ui'w zoned JEA rural' residential and dominiums, and ,23.4 acres for com The first hearing on. the county's
agricultural usage) and permits mercial development fronting on proposed new conservation district
"Itlinglefamily residences on a SR-21. The remaining acreage will be zoning classification, designed to pro
minimum of 2Vi acres. Mrs. .LanierVfnow required for roadways, landscapedareas tect environmentally sensitive lands
;I i resides on the property; but ,if and natural zones. from harmful development, will be
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v+" f W jr re">" "" !I- rt-vrtn "*-* K* 'V./r:;; n. The.prww.ftv n lvnnrina nrnn "v+"n- heard at S p.m. S ,



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Taxpayers Could Face Higher, : Bill

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9 'I .;I'County homeowners who have not filed varies with the tax rate applicable to greater property taxes than'' they
their 1984 homestead exemption the taxpayer's residence. should, through, the mistake not
i Applications maybe facing a tax bill Alvarez estimates that several hun checking to be certain of their filing.
$385 to $460 higher if they don't act in dred of Bradford county's 4,400' Alvarez stresses once again that
the next six working days. homesteaders have yet to file their March 1 is the deadline for all these
,. >. Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez applications, with March I being the exemptions.
Starke (........., I..t.yotl-Ioyl points out the filing deadline is March absolute final deadline for the filing. Most of those property owners eligi-
Elementary Straight, A's Grades 3-5.... > 1 for the $25,000 homestead exemp Alvarez stated that all those eligible ble have returned their

i These students made straight A's for the (bird six Coodowne. Tracy Khodni, Cathy Ja4.'kMonpril tion, the $500 widows exemption, the should be certain their exemptions but there are some each appucationsi
weeks. They are from left to right- Front flow Justin Taylor :'Pamclu Patterson Uremia William and ",$500 disability exemption, the cost of have been renewed. Everyone filing to file on time, Alvarez states.
Brown, Stephen Murphy Tim llarbrr Bernard Christy Canter. Back How: Atlrlle Kuhn, Tammy "certain energy efficient equipment, 'for an exemption' should have a The property appraiser's office will
41H'0.Kim. Wall, llraiidi Barrett; and the application for agricultural receipt, even if the renewal was not remain open this Saturday Feb.

i and Angela Barber. Second Row: Andy Smith Andy Nikltn. Heed, Deanil Holiday and Monika Williams ,,"exemption., Depend! ,.- .*.". ,......tI"" of pro- returned Each yeAr by mall.a number of property 25 next, since week.there is ample time to apply

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Hampton.; Council :Hires New Attorney", I


Local attorney Reggie Flynn was North' Florida nefional''Planning .Approved the purchase of a portable
hired by the Hampton city council as Council. The I by the power unit for use by the water-
legal advisor in it's regular Feb. 14 Department. Housing., and Urban department Jri ,emergency repair
''meeting, a move that found Flynn Development (HUp):, would provide .situations.
returning to a position he previously funds to entice'private investment to
held. the city for economic development. Voted to. pay city beekeeper
The council,expressing satisfactionwith Charlene Lester $600 in back pay to
Flynn's past service, :voted Rescinded the $10- per meeting compensate.for.updating. months
unanimously to retain him again..At paid for council members attendanceat ,lapse, in the bookwork immediatelyprior
torney Mary Marshall resigned the special meetings.. The $10 per to tier employment.
positon several months ago. '"' special meetings didn't incjude
t tI Flynn stated his appreciation of the' Mayor Gordon Wadsworth. He askedto .Approved expansion' the officein
I. J', (council's action, stressing the import be, included. Instead the 'council city hall and the purchase of a new
:. kp Y4 & lance research in his Job. Flynn, members rescinded, their raise. typewriter for the clerk's use. '
.acknowledged his duty to inform the
;members of the legality 'of any' decision .' Heard councilman, Scott, Davis Agreed to look into a stray dog ordinance
but added that it was up to the' reportthat the Fire Department for the city. Members agreed
j:1'i council to determine the course,that answered 6 calls'during that a problem exists;but added that
'was in the best interest of the city and January. many difficulties would arise in .trying -
it's citizens ,to enforce! .ordinance.( .
: 0ii / Heard Marshal John' Hodges
'i : In other action, the council: report that his, department had Delayed the next regular meeting
'S responded to 16 calls in January by one day'so' t>8 not to conflict with
Approved a 100 percent grant ranging frpm burglary. to aggravated election day.The March session will
presentation' hv Sun i Klder of the .assault. be held Wednesday March 14,


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Pusaterl. Alida Kuhn Stephanie Sellers Kandas NorThointori.: ., KMella: Denton Min: Mai.cH. Laura 1887' in Chicago and Was 8:15-7:15 pm ....fm
man Dana Newsome? and Bobbie Burnett. Second Urner, Christy .loiies. Patrick llurjliiirt, JulirtValkef.Jarvirf originally designed* an (UllltIII Ihtlwdlsl. .CIIIIIII)
(''Illiunch' and 1'uouna Maddox.I indoor gama.
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To ANY Or ALL Of '
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\Ve'lllnsure Register at Classes .
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yoursecond DIM lint BttrgU\ HcftUtn: 473-4105

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discount '
you a on S
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Upto25IWhypay ,
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protection? We, r 996
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PRO 3400 BOW SAW
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insurance, without r ; I.: )J.. i 1"-fuI55QC.ngl... ..100n' dl.brio.
Both utomKle md mwHial corn oHlng aywtemI.
a quote from us. ;=: '< .
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Award''Winners.i 'V Starke Power
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,. These three'young ladies HtooMevond places (uur' typist: "
r J ,'I!" lag the district Future Buslnewi Leaders of America They-ar..> all threcligiblete compete: :at tate comjTcompetlUon : 322,, S. Walnut 964-8568,
; In Jacksonville Friday .' S ,pellli.m at.(frando| In April '. ',; I
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!>.' .m. Brown. and Tammy jthoden._ "'., < .Five other girls that bnended th4"tU"trt.ic; lueel. teem \, ? .. ... ... ;;,. ...
55 m 'Rhoden took second In Ihe,bUldneli1l math iotnpetl- l.lBell{ K rMi.KIIM: m ilikhelW5Itrfghl4haron;! ",*J' .' .- -_=::_.. ._.....=., :..=_.:..:_..._ ..:._!.:_:: ==_.._-=_::._._
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Electric Bugs, Alligators, and: ., :.' Rattlesnakes, ,.. Were; erioau. $;: Ism. >is('.oflLfWg:: Ago fli t

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The current big animal problem in fact that ha is always perfectly still whenin '. \ 'J\ ; : : 'I
Starke is stray dogs, according to discus his native element, and when, seen; i attempt to prevent ,picture p6 r ;; ; I .turn itlieir' attention to real estate
sion at Tuesday night's council meeting. around the electric lights he is too busy to snakes and alligators from,being;( They should see that they hold out
Cut back in 1911, the biggest concern local eat. out of the state to northerners who) false promises sell no,land of doubtful I
ly seemed to be "electric bugs" which had be thus frightened Into staying away( ,charge no exnorbitant prices,and see '.
just hit Call Street, like the locus that Before the lights were established here 0 .)' Florida. t": : enough rental houses are built to ac-
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plagued Egypt in biblical times. The he was scarcer than angels' visits.Now his 0 }, ; ;' ,' ; modal<* newcomers until they have }
is and he to come from The Telegraph editor of, 1911 thought{ .
mysterious Insects came out of name legion, seems time to look around. Also that mer- >
nowhere when electric apparently lights were nowhere e the hordes of Ghengis Kahn. proposal ban was"tommyrot" and and hotel men do not frighten
,arc Like many learned men he is very absent- in the following editorial headed: away by exorbitant prices.
turned on for the first time along the ,
business district, and just as mysteriously which minded causes and butts him against to fall hard to the substances ground to, WE DON'T WANT WEAKLINGS looking into these matters, they cad'
vanished from the scene a few years later. do some good.
But not before alarming and annoying rise no.more. A town on the St.Johns River has a *.*
shoppers and,'shopkeepers alike, along This circumstance is of great economic awakened Board of Trade which
Call Street. value to our citizens. Hundreds of bugs are made resolutions to the effect that' 19,1911 editorial The Ttlegraph
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cards and pictures of dead :
This is the the 1911 editor dealt with seen scurrying to and fro under the arc announced the acquisition of nine
way and tame alligators keep
watched number' of toads, many
lights by a 1
that problem: of the Century Dictionary "that'
from coming to Florida, and asks
which those'that come within /
pounce upon
A reader himself "AnxiousSubscriber' dealers in such cards sell no more the history of every celebrity from
calling their reach. The toads and bugs level off "
Peter the Hermit. '
"'asks us to tell him something the streets under the lights and make'traveling r least not after their present stock is to Prior to''
hausted. This is a 20th Century "The only book at hand was a die1 '!;
about the "electric There
new bug. beingno easy. Early in the morning the l.
brought from the ruins of I
time to refer the matter to a regular entomologist chickens come out to eat the bugs. This Don Quixote and the windmill.In a traveler In Italy and given Pompeii'a'

we will do the best we can. causes the hens to lay heavily and the fact the same column of the paper to the late Col. W.W. Moore,as who, :

The bug grows to a length of 2V4 inches, that eggs are so cheap and{ plentiful in publishes the resolution is an item The Telegraph In 1879. It had been --,;;;
is flat,has six feet Wings,and a hard shell. Starke may in great measure, be ascribedto how a fox strolled Into the town,right as a stool cushion by every printer's
Its habitat is the bottom of ponds. Before the egg-producing ingredients containedin the chief of police and a constable, since that time,and the first and last
the advent of electric lights he was never the bugs. although it was a Sunday night, the were,worn away." ,

seen except by those who dug up muck for If Anxious Subscriber is a poultry raiser, vJ ficers procured some fox hounds and editor generously offered the of1'
compost, and they were afraid of him and we advise him to have an arc light installed ed the varmint to the death. new library to "Those who use ,

called him "grampus," "mulekiller," and in his chicken house. J iJ Of course, the Board of Trade will on any subject," and described are uncer:'
some
other uncomplimentary names. "fie, fie" and ask the editor not to virtues thusly: "We found the word
any more items that might give''' the which is also
This fearsome looking insect to Then there the issue of whether ? assigned to\;\H!
seems was big pression that their city is wild and cupshaken, potshot, drunk '
born full grown and lives upon nothing. or not Boards of Trade (the forerunner of If, the editor gave his consent, then When a man who has and tip-
The latter statement is borne out,by the today's Chambers of Commerce) should would furthermore be asked to exclude t of calaboose enjoyed the
!! >: th.L Ornlght.a1d''
advertisements of chill cures, fly
taken before Mayor
up Hoover, the
roach poisons, and electric fans to the Mayor's question, 'What is
obituaries and news of charge against this man?' is In-
murders, and illnesses, so that no He was drunk, your Honor," .
newspaper editors sions might be formed by outsiders

e tiToiiiL.shand.to set their editorials by the town and county were not re'I' to"our books "cupsliaken" is""

:, Utopias., first stage, and "drunk" is the last
;.'," "' \;' .:.), Boards of Trade, instead of resolving of inebriety, and the marshals
lot of tommyrot and
assuming a be careful to use the proper grada:
Public Set.; ship over picture dealers and when stating the offense
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1 Hydrilla Spraying to 5 U I


hearings on two proposed or- areas of environmentally endangeredlands h

dinances that will have profound effectson in, the county, protecting them J
through weighted hoses. Unlike about one week to complete,
'After a one-year lapse, the war
both the County and the City of from adverse'development. against hydrilla's stranglehold on hyacinths, which grow on top of the lake will be closed to fishing

Starke will be heard during the next few After the conservation district zoning Sampson Lake will be resumed with a water and often shift with the five days after spraying is com I

weeks by the County Commission and classification is established then certain $100,000 spray program starting hydrilla takes root on the bottom Warning signs will be'pro- J y
the City Commission.At March 5.Approval. is fairly stationary. It has a ;, displayed in the area,, he 1.
endangered lands, such as wetlands, so of the project was given ing effect on fishing,making It .
necessary to water control in this area, ''"at last week's meeting of the Suwan- impossible for boats to penetrate believes drilta got in. J
its regular meeting Tuesday night, may be placed in this category and nee River Water Management vegetation,and reducing the ability and Rowel Lakes from
Feb. 21, the City Commission receivedan given the necessary protection which District, which will do the work, with fish to capture food. Starke area through Alligator J
amended version of a proposed or- deserve. funds provided by the U.S. Corps of "It's got to the point where you ,since the weed was found in the
dinance designed to give the city they Engineers and the State Departmentof hardly use a kicker in the lake," waters all along its length from
cost- Ossie Wynn, a long time resident Starke Reno area) to the
The new CSV (conservation district) Natural Resources on a 70/30 'I
authority to declare any unsafe'or would and sharing ratio. Sampson City. "Hydrilla gets He said it could have started tr
burned-out buildings in the city to be. zoning prohibit commercial Joe Hinkle, regional biologist'with ped around the propeller, and : fish aquariums,being dumped b
public nuisances, and providing for the industrial development and mining activities DNR, said there was no'spray program soon your water pump is burned the creek, or even the offal from fJ
abatement of such nuisances. The in the specified areas, and would at Sampson in 1983, and only 50 According to Hinkle, the ''caught from infected lakes. It I'I
also discourage nonagriculturaloriented to'6o'acres of the lake's 2,042 acres benefit from recreational fishing also be brought into the lakes on It
amended ordinance will) for its
come up tivities In the Sampson Lake of boats had been
residential development in sen- were treated in 1982. Consequently, that in In-
first reading at the regular meeting on wetland hydrilla has increased and now munity is estimated at $176,000 lakes, he said. 11
Tuesday, March 6. sitive areas. threatens over 50 percent ofSampson's nually,based on data compiled by
Florida Game and Fresh Water March spraying plan calls for
Certain uses would continue to be total area, Hinkle said. n
The other important ordinance is the permitted The district's current spraying plan Commission. This includes the of 205 acres including large
in the conservation districts
of the fish, as well'as sales aq one providing that Bradford County calls for treatment of 205 acres of the }! lbvalue 'I'
set1 "
I JsuchT s spt e rfortrypperatjonsY\ the \, f ekeliinkle
Ecounty's ; "" ''lake usihg :amewKherblcMeiT'Sonaf, ,'gasoline., food, tobacco and aidthatIJ.dJ'I rl
uti'a new cornst at districtlindejrtbe; : ;VculClvation' field crops, fruits, and "which'frag" bt!. \""Toirnd' effective IiJ,'Sampson, which has been rated f 'W Js'avalJ bllij\\tY"for'f '* '* ,\i', '
Comprehensive Plan which berries, and the'raising of livestock and against hydrilla in Orange, one of the best balanced fishing spraying on percent'of'the1"1 "n
will Have its first hearing before the poultry. Also allowed would be conven- LochloosaV and other lakes in central in North Florida, still the program was designed 'I'. y
County Planning and Zoning Board on 'and and south Florida. It will be applied fishermen from a wide area, maximum access and utilization 'iJ
tional single family dwellings lake.
There is
under water in two forms granular, ding into South Georgia. some hydrilla
Tuesday Feb. 28 at 8 If given a
p.m. '
mobile homes with struc- in Rowell but it is not considered
favorable recommendation by the Zon- accessory which sinks to the bottom! !.\.and! !liquid! Hinkle says the of
tures. March a problem as Sampson,
which is applied to the weed directlyRep. scheduled to start 5 will
ing Board at this time, the ordinance'will said.
Both of these ordinances are of greatimportance Ai
go to the County Commission for a '
second hearing and final action at its to the county and the city +

March 5 meeting, at 10 a.m. .and all persons having an interest in ; 1 1a

The new conservation district zoning their public passage hearings.should attend the scheduled Wetlands Protection Bill Readied for Legislature '..

classification would designate certain :\ n

.Jon Mills, of Gainesville and other major step'toward protecting the mar- ment in the past 100 has caused the"'ii
House of Representative leaden, have shy areas that cleanse surface waters and destruction of years
40 of the state'I'Joriginal
percent '
unveiled the wetlands protection bill which serve as a breeding ground for fish and
Starke Described Ripe to wildlife. He said the bill would have wetlands,which scientists say are b
as they plan introduce in the 1984 valuable for their ability to filter 1m-0
I legislative session as a follow-up to the beneficial long term effects on the state purities from the ground water supply,and:
water quality bill passed during the 1983 economy since "In Florida our quality of decrease the damage from flooding in.,
For Rabies Outbreak session. life is part of' our economy.,' times of abnormal rainfall J;

4- The drive to protect Florida's wetlands
"I think we're in a position to complete is the No.1 priority of state environmental The proposed bin would'broaden DER.
The need for a countywide animal reporting stray dogs throughout the what we began last year, and give Florida" groups this, year. From 1953 to 1973 jurisdiction over wetlands by including the'N
control ordinance was brought at a one of the strongest sets of environmental Florida lost an average of 77,000 acres of Everglades and portions of interior river I
up and the situation '"
county, grows worse JH
controls in the nation said Mills, who
; wetlands each year to development,farm- basins
resident of which are not It
recent Council meeting by a now Included.
as the population of the county in- heads the House Natural Resources Com- ing, and mining, according to state would also in
Starke who was forced to undergo expensive creases, he said. Since his deputies are mittee. He praised, the new wetlands bill as figures Mills said that increasing develop- wetlands, with prohibit certain special peat exceptions mining' .;., ,
and painful rabies inoculationsafter t. 1<
not authorized to catch or destroy the ; *f ,
being bitten by a dog whose ,animals unless they are caught killing :"' m .

owners could not be located. livestock, the sheriff's office cannot offer CO s ty Agent Notebook. Garden Fertilization, byaoobYTaylor: ", r nil/ ,1

Everyone agrees that stray dogs, run- much relief without a county control 1 BradfordCountyAgentr-. ; }

ning in packs, are an ever-increasing ordinance. The sheriff feels that the ... > I ,

problem in the county and all of its stray dog problem is one that the county' We all have to eat, and"most of us enjoy you determine should thevbest soil analyzed for furrows and then fill them with soil '
municipalities, but so far none of these commission will eventually have to ad- eating vegetables.;;, to produce abundantly kind of fertilizer' ,13 :
particular needs.
your .
vegetable crops have to eat too.
governing bodies has indicated will- dress. And, we have to feed them fertilizer, thatis. You should divide the amount of fer The amount of. fertilizer you place mil
ingness to,do anything about it. The city already has ordinances pro- However, fertilizers can be confusing tilizer called for into two applications. each distance furrow will vary according to thebi: )
for the and inoculationof What dothe numbers on the tag mean? About half should be broadcast over the between seed rows. With narrow\0)' ,
viding licensing
Darrell O'Neal the county's en-
rows '
,you'll have more furrows in a given sa
How much of what kind should we use? entire
vironmental health director, agrees dogs, and also a leash law making it And, when and how should the fertilizer be .The garden rest should a week be or applied two before in shallow planting area,and just a little fertilizer in each one.rtvr'

that stray animals that bite people and unlawful "for any dog of any kind to run applied? I'll try to answer these questions furrows on both sides of the seed rows at Where the rows are further apart youif.S

.sometimes destroy livestock are a at large..at any time, day or night, in this week's.column. planting time. This procedure is called have fewer furrows with more fertilizer In.:! ,,.
and the of unless said dog is in an automobile or seed .Banding. each one. Just be sure to apply the right,rc
growing problem, possibility Plants a variety of nutrients. But, The furrows should be.about six | ."
a rabies outbreak is an added danger.To other conveyance or unless said dog is the majof elements you,must supply are Inches apart, and only two or three inches .amount for and spread item
control the situation would require a muzzled and is accompanied by i s, Nitrogen? Phosphorus, and Potassium. deep. Spread the fertilizer evenly In ,the evenly through thew. ,sZM ',

cooperation between the county and, master, or some' member :of ) themaster's "These chemicals are always listed In that .... ,'i.
order on,the fertilizer tag. The tag also ', e.
each of its family or unless said dog is I
municipalities. of elementin
shows the quantity each major '
Mrs. Al Chapman the bite victim, fastened with a leash and held'.by its the mix., For example;a 100-pound bag Forestry in Bradford ,',County six
} her master or some other person-- for, its of a 6-8-a fertilizer contains six pounds of a : :
told the commissioners that
city !
wild, master." nitrogen compound, eight pounds of by David W.Norton ,, '. .. '" ,-aH.
concern is not only with stray or PhosphorU,,, in the form of PhosphoricAcid remain attached to twigs,. It probably '
dogs but also with unclaimed pets that The packs of dogs now 'running at and eight( pounds of, a' Potassium Look carefully before you repair the cold means the wood is dead too.' .

roam the area. It is difficult to identify large on the city streets is evidence that Compound, called Potash. damage twigs, leaves to your, limbs trees.and In fields entire and trees yards are, When you; have located' the damagesf'. I

the' owners of such animals because these, ordinances are not being,:adequately The type and amount of fertilizer you showing up with all degrees of damage' portions of your tree, the repair work will v,, i

there is no .law defining ownership. 'It enforced A combined,":city need will depend largely on the kind of soil from recent cold waves which. .swept,down.. consist of pruning out the dead' wood.Make.?: I
was generally agreed that if a county effort offers the best hope. for in your garden;Your objective Is to add only ,the entire peninsula the cuts In the living wood following all the,d.t', ,
shelter and feeds solution of a serious problem those nutrients that yoursoil doesD'talready easily rules of good pomlng, such a. making* jl-
homeowner provides a contain adequate amounts.You A few spotted signs of cold smooth cut at a ranch or near the trunk.; !
'dog or cat for,an indefinite period of "Conditions in Starke at present"are' should tetnsmhfir that too much fertilizercan 'damage include dead leaves,fallen from' 'AvoId leaving large stubs which will 1OOIi'
she becomes I little Of ,if twigs.'dead leaves still clinging to twigs, die and homes 'It::
time, he or automatically for an outbreak of rabies. Thatii a be as M too course you 'provide for insects and
and should be toajSie,, :garden will lie unproductive -,, .shrivelled limbs, and limbs or trunks on diseases. Some' homeowners the **'
"owner" of the'animal, from the environmental health: apply your paint
warning which the bark be
IT add tooJmuch.. appears tea loosening orhas wound with tree '
for its actions :But "you paints. but this Is sA In,:' f
responsible section of the BradfordHealth.Departf you'll waaiatmoney and you: .may,even InJure -, already split. ..dividual preference. 5

Bradford County Sheriff'Dolph Reddish ment.-It is a warning that should.. t net'go.unheeded. your,g ft&! When'you find'aome'of these"sighs; the' Excessive new branching can occur' on''

says that he receives calls daily .- ;. In general.l;!S-'or.; : JO-10-JO!!analysis fertilizer natural response of the it homeowner tt to dosomeUungto freeze-damaged trees la the spring.\This;ih
for sandy soilsWor muck or repair rightaway.Thething can.ruin the appearance of a shade tree
is boat / ,In to do in most cases is wait and Bee., 'and can stress nut or fruit,treM that will W
which' are already high
soils ,
peat ;
Walt until can be certain how much of
, you reduce" flowering ,ability.Cut,oil, (* ,
'I Is ,.Ia(
.1- ,7 a1trcgea".O12.naJyai8", reconvndy ,
has
; 'trwJOI" landscape .been really
"Jii"i soils and other tuffs ,your ; twip while ""J'e Ilttl.e'and'3'j'
mencJed.' .. *
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6/-.Pl.M J-O..tlil/VUSsnIA; t+ .. .. demand..This damage tway not be apparent -' h""DCthe" tree.
with a kmr:jittr<0Mi eatnyoullaaadf I ,, ....growth resumes in the ; 'n
$EAk latri M''REINA' e. t.-Qs.t.A,1': : balanced te'five pounds or:* common ,.. .and you can see where the new leav ai. It-'very t.tin to I 9 fertilizer. 'to d'Y
teSbG'F v *> fortHfcter evscjrwp damagett tree,In ti ,i ir
L/Lv .,t 1 forming and where they are act 'an to'Mf> ;
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')'\) 'square feSToT *J. On organic sotts: .Mate
jswxls Uie'inweff + kilfcd aiul'drupj ores ligitt tioft__nb, I
.The' original name of Los Angeles was El Pueblo d. Nuestr Seflora'Ia:'$.in.'di' lot Wa nea*% ? two.poundB per'1W V jWyei'.wWe &Iii best fall to keep the itm ....1'.", : 1 1atMt
':Anl' de Poroluncul.The Village of Oif Lady the Queen of'the AnyH+ $-ol 'Litds._- square : .sod In your garcfen Isn't pod g maV not have much ctamue torte ikhtrla of nutrfents,, avaifibV. to y. t"M r i i'w.e'aaI
,"ortlon' .1 '' ', ,, ". ."'t1''J\ o\ ,I feefW" .,. ......''l/IIf-! .... '" faMT V,'. : .. if the!leaves weMS Nti9ed And ,., .. u.n., ., r'SC" l1M I
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I 'Madison Street Baptist Church Was ,Lgerpera daisies. On either side'Of th*. roses connected to a cathedrallength rangements of mixed flowers. Mrs
! the setting for the Saturday Feb. ,41:' 'arc If' were two seven-branch veil with scattered pearls. She car Cliff Chapman cut the groom's cake.
wedding of Lisa Kathleen Mitchell. candelabra with burning tapers: ried a casca.de' bridal white roses
,; daughter of Mr. and Mrs Freeman: Throughout the altac were tree\ : and stephanotis with English ivy the entrance to the
{ Register Jr. of Starke and J.W. Mit-, candelabra and spirals cascading acid highlighting the bou clubhouse
interspersed reception room held
t + chell ot" a large bird cage
i e Jacksonville to James .
ii l with largo urn arrangements of mix'ed'fIbwers quet. | with four white doves On the
of
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i Thomas Prevatt, III son of Mr. and) such as gerbera daisies'glade 'Mrs, Steve Chapman of Fernandina
. Mrs. J.T Prevatt Jr..of Starke. j I i carnations,poms frescla's and Beach was rhatron of honor. Maid of bird cage was a massive arrangement -
I Rev. Robert Gillls, pastor''' of, heather Highlighting the altar were honor was Miss' LeAnne Coker of of glade, gerbera daisies carna
I Madison Street Baptist Church, performed t ficus trees and palms throughout. In Richmond, |Va. Attendants, Cathy tions heather and pours: Throughout
clubhouse
t the 7:30: p.m. services,', .: each ''of the windows. o( the church Price, Savannah, Ga., Kathy Green, the at various points of in
. assisted by Charlie Greet. Mrs' : f 'were,arrangements' on pedestals of Wake Forest;, N.C.:,,Stacey Denmark terest were ficus trees lighted with ';
JoAnn Canova, organist; Ms. Cindy, gerberas daisies, lade, carnations, Starke Susan Houston of Raleigh Italian lights. Hanging from the ceiling
4 Canova, pianist; Mrs. Kathy Green, : and .frescias. Candelabra arrangements NC., all wore red taffeta gowns were baskets of Boston fern. On
soloist ,and Mr. and Mrs.Steve Chap I of gerberas frescias featuring late; '''overlay on a fitted the mantel was an arrangement of

man, performing a duet provided the ,, ., poms,, carnations and heather with a bodice puffejd sleeves and a gathered various mixed flowers '
s musical accompaniment for the nup-<, burning, taper in each were placed skirt with a short train. They carried Mrs. Shan Johns' kept the,'bride's
si tIals. '* down the aisle of the church. freestyle i votive bouquets of tvnk',
James Thomas Prevatt: Jr., the' gerberas, !(enchantment lilies
grooms father attended his son as'''. : l austranarium, lilies; and anonomes. Following week's wedding'trip to
best man. Ushers 'Mark'Mlt .
were North the
Boone Carolina couple will
h chell Eddie McGee, Brian Johns t1 bride, given in marriage by her A reception was held in the Starke reside on Brooklyn Lake in ;Keystone
Mike Hartley and Rick Stephens. >father, J.W. Mitchell of Jacksonville, Woman's Club where Mrs. Leila,'Mun-. .
Heights.
a, Michael Bach son of Mr. and Mrs. ; wore. ,a ivory silk organza ,gown, dy greeted.guests at the door.
Michael Bach of Advance N.C. ; feat\iirning a fitted bodice with a The bride is a graduate of Bradford
ring-bearer. Emily Hartley daughter was i!' Queen Anne neckline; long straight Centering ]'each food table were High School and Santa Fe Community
of Mr. and Mm. Mike Hartley niece i sleeves and empire waist. with alen- candelabra arrangements of mixed College, presently working at Shand's
of the groom was flowerglrl. > Icon!lace. pearls and sequins. The flowers with burning tapers. On Hospital Gainesville. The groom is
Centering the, altar) in the church. I ,skirt had a cathedral length train with either side of the wedding cake served also a gradUate'' of Bradford High
,was an arch of light candelabra I :panels of alencon lace. In her hair the by Mrs. Paula''Register of Starke School and the University of Florida.He .
centered with a sunburst of gladiolus 1,' ,bride,iwore a, wreath-style headpiece: and Miss Kathy" Cranfill of Tex- is currently 'employed with the

and Mrs.James T Prevatt,HI carnations" poms frescias, and !I, :withj, ,pearls, rhinestones and silk ,arkana, Texas, were also ar. Bradford_County School system., ,
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: Sheila Haga John?: Champagne Wed February" I I


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The Social Side Sheila Michelle Haga daughter of i '! which was decorated with large roses with pink streamers and., baby's table was also decocted with pink I
'Mr. and Mrs. James M. Haga: of'' i! baskets of Illy-of,the-valley, breath. roses and: blue carnations, entertwin-
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and John Charles Champagne Jim brother of ; ''
; ''I' Lawtey gladiolus;fern leaves, stattis and car- Hap$ the bride ed with greenery;
'of Hollywood Florida, son of ; natIons in blue white, and pink,on served' as best man tinners were hire Brenda Starling, greetedguests
Gladys Mooty Of The :ii" : each side of the candle-arched altar, John Haga. brother: of the bride, and at the door. Miss Jennifer

". Champagne tanooga.were united in marriage I :. '''Given in marriage by her father Phil groom.Champagne. !: !, brother of the. bride's Haga sister book. of the bride. kept the
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Society Editor Feb.4, at 2 in the First the ride wore a long satin gown with
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ti, 'j Baptist Church.of Lawtey.: rounded neckline appliqued with reception was ''held in the .tanooga, Tennessee.
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': \ flouters and seed pearls. She wore a Fellowship Hall which was decoratedwith .
, 964.608upcornin9Events.News'! ;: : Rev. David R.' Brown performed. J: headdress of layer net with a crown a background of pink and, red Did You Know.,....,....!
the ceremony. of satin and beads. Her flowers were hearts on white.
iCv ,\ : : o and white rosebuds with
pink
l'amAustin organist, and I baby's The bride's table was centered: witha The Methodist Women Sunday
Miss ,
/ ( :breath and lily-of-the-valley. ,
,three-tiered wedding cake with school class celebrated. Kay
soloist, provided
11't Mrs. Dobbs '
Peggy ;'.Mrs. N9ra Thompson was matronof miniature and birthday with lunch at
bride1 groom on top McKinley's
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t I. ,'' i, ;" the, musical progam J! ;, f honor, She carried! .two pink silk .decorated vfith t blue flowers. (The Red Lobster In Orange Park Tuesday.

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Early Ticket Sales Annual Azalea Sal*:;t
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) The Woman'a Club of Starke The annual azalea sale, 'sponsored ycluL '
presents the Bradford Players in the by the Starke.Woman's Club, will be HARDWARE
musical production, Brigadoon in a held Saturday. March 3, beginning at ,

dinner theatre on Friday and ;Saturday Sam. .... .
Feb. 24'& 25; and Thursday, This year the sale will be held at the
March 1 through Saturday; Mar. 3 at Gainesville Sun newspaper office in U.S. 301 South
the Woman's Club in Starke. Starke ,because of con lIctlng' activities
STARKE
Dinner will be 6-7:30 p.m. with the at the clubhouse. I S3." HOURS: ..SII'rlng' I
musical beginning at 8 p.m. 'Twelve hundred azaleas I'in a wide '
Tickets, at $12.00 (tax; included), variety of colors, ,.will be,offered for HARDWARE STORES] "" Monday Saturpay $6446421Ups ,
may be obtained from Woman's Club sale at $1.15 each or' ten ,for $11.00. 8 a.m. 7 6 p.iji. ,
Miss Lillian and For more Information, contact Mar ti r.orowfwrouuwraN
members Stump a.e.ooorw.w*w/e wea./lbm. Sunday .
W.H. ,964-7808 andfr c. : Thomson,'867806nrimit .* ".. ,">'" 'Paint I c.ml.sal 1 t I. II
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; 2 p.m. Seniorcitizens ,ar.ul. n.rooa ,nlerNrrroew
'((60 years$' and older' tickets:' W.T, .vire.k1'UDC.1' : I1' ire. .. o0 a a e
will be $3.50, general admission $6.00. To Meet March 7 {I.' r _/ caodl/o/ ekaeprgi1t (


Auxiliary i Board. The W.T. Weeks chapter I !'f'UDC willmeet F Win* ,.nd Woodwbrt. in-ev**"**"
Wednesday March 7, at 3 p.m,
Meeting March 7 at the home of Mrs. ," Franklyn

Welsgerber.. Keystone Heights and
Bradford' Hospital Auxiliary ex she will present: a program.on anti- 'TRU-TIST]
ecutive board will meet Wednesday ques 'I ,,
March 7, at 10 a.m. in ,'the hospitallibrary 'All members are urged to bring an-
tiques:'of any kind; kitchen utensils,
The meeting date has beep changed china depression glass silver. etc
from'the first Thursday of the monthto as she will have books of authority. to': I = SUfltpHt ,
the first Wednesday' of the month identify and explain i 11-hue 1
r due to conflicting.dates and will rett 'L J Illitl'l'll/tiff.'

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,k, Hold Feb. 14 )Meeting'.' : ".:*..:',.. ';',,;'Holds'. ; Fellowship" ,..Banquet,. M Gktt*Wail 4z-I for oil 44 Celars 4 WWW, t )* 44 Cetera> Wktt

\: The Women of St. Marks met In'the Pine Level''Baptist Church held its'. r wn

parish house, Feb., 14 with Mrs. annual February fellowship banquetat 10 !!
:' Herbert Thomas president, conduc- the Western Steer Steak House"on.
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'. ting the meeting. Tuesday evening Feb,14.., 6a1. 6a1.
T study of the !: The banquet room was I decorated r _
devotionals with Valetlne theme Sat-"- ile ql1" I
I. was continued in the and with large "
., prayers given by' Mrs. Flossie red heart in the center of'the room :Latex Flat Wall Finish E-Z: Kare Latex Flat Enamel Marvelustref Latex Semi-Gloss
The tablea'werecoveredIwttk' I l lace ,
Prescott and also in the study program ; \
,,' ,. "Turn of the ,Season' tablecloths and were decorated with, 'fresh, durable color f for living rooms, fining areu'and Here's a paint you can trust-for excellent coverage and If you're painting your bathroom or kitchen;Marvelustre
r Epiphany" whIch' Mrs:: Thomas ;red napkins, red heart doilies and red bedroom!,You'll get .'smooth' no-shean finish/ that's long wear. It can be scrubbed repeatedly and \JMon't fade will be Ideal because I ij, resists water grease and steam.
presented using material from an article ,and pink crepe paper streamers down ,'fully Washable. Apply to drywall, plastsr. primed metal'or shine. Perfect for high-traffic areas such as hallways Also use on woodwork and trim to provide easy washabll-
.:,, by the Rev. Alexander M: the center.Also.on each table,were;' .and wood,,Oriss quickly. ,? and children's rooms ,f Z ity. Covers most surfaces in a single coat E
Greene 'Rector Stol Andrews ,by the bud vases containing redandwhite, :
;, Sea,> Destin. Epiphany is the season carnations* and red heartd'trimmedwith ;' "c'"
which speaks to us of evangelism andmeans. lace. i'
"to show" or "to,appear'Vhence Following the meal'the'group enjoyed HItUTEST
an epiphany is an appearance games which: were!, leer ,by' picture
or showing forth of God. ,: Pastor Alvarez..' : ] .
There will be an open board 'Approximately' 120, adults .and, ,,
meeting of the Diocesan ECW at Good young! people were present;
Samaritan Church In Orange Park, ,,
Feb. 23,which we hope will be,well. at' / 1'RU TEST
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Hold Valentino, Banquet'' Feb.'14.,,were in a three-way tie '
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Ktnosley Lake" Baptist, Church. was, ,and John Langford; :? t L exteriorsoUdcojorteiStoiB

\. hel*;Wednesday Feb.:, .15,, In,' the .C '
church fellowship hail I ,
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by Dolores Meng Condolences... Visitors.UU: ; Hampton Eleln, School.;
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i hone4A&tlSWoman's Sympathy is extended to'the family Charles Prevail' New York City Planning Day Friday
Club and friends of Gerald Adkins who died spent a,, recent'1 weekend '''witty t'his Feb. 24 is a planning day for '
Sunday, Feb. 19. mother, Mrsi; Clifford'\IPrevatr.1 l' and teachers. Students will have. that day 'I" \ ,
Dinner BenefitOn other family m mber8') "> ,fit II"i< away from school. ,J:

Saturday, Feb. 25, the Hampton Christian Church Dinner... Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited Mr. Super PE Student "
Woman's Club Is sponsoring a and Mrs. Joe Meng in Tho. >nasvllle, Children designated Super P.E. d, .
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chicken and rice dinner ab the City Members and friends of the Hampton Ga. over the weekend, students because of cooperation and ''I 't
Hall Serving will begin at 12 noon un- Christian Church were entertained \i athletic ability by their teacher Keith r,
til all are satisfied Sunday, Feb. It, Skyliner .','; : ," Tetstone, recently were: Jan. 30-Feb:
Dinners are priced at $2.50 for Group from Virginia. Nearly 100 per- Birthdays.., 3, Ian Marney Eddie Woods, Jason!
adults and $1.75 for children and will sons enjoyed the covered dish' dinner Feb. 16 Claudette Frees; ;:Fob1.118.;} Padgett, Tabra Francis, Candy Ports

include homemade biscuits chef held on the grounds. Special guests Adam. Hall; Feb. 20, Wayne Holder; Sharon Forsylh, mary Hill, and ..-..; ." (. \
salad, beverage and dessert. Proceeds Feb. 21, Robert Moorehead. Feb, 6 to 10, Ed.
were two Cambodian refugees'who Stanley Vamum; Feb$?,22, '
will be divided equally betweenthe are presently living with Rev. and William Lahn; Feb. 23, Robert ward Baker, Tim, Crews, Dawn F'OD ",!. !i"" :..I: : /;:
March of Dimes and the Hampton Mrs. Norman Suisse of High Springs Moorehead and Johnny Ford! ," .. Brady Danielle Box, Dana Hall,Lilly .t ,

Fire Department. _.n__ Him, Holly Hinz and. Rob Powers. .' '. P.RI.NG" >.:. :. :: :;\, <

celebration Feb. 18-25,1984, with the conduct activities in recognition houses the National Hall of Achieve- : I f 1j'FF ; I..f.. .'f',' '
It's National FFA WEEK! design, development and promotion support of this years Vocational ment, is sited on 37 acres of the old, r'S''f, .) .

funded by Estech, Inc., and an annual Agriculture and FFA theme-Keeping Washington estate, near Alexandria. $, .... .; i, ,',,I ', 'I!
theme show audio-visual sponsoredby America on the Grow. Virginia. ,. .: '" ". t
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th The Wrangler Brand. The purpose Vocational agriculture: educationand Vickie Thomas, president cJ. the .I y '. ).,. \. '.
the campaign i*. to solicit supportfor FFA placed major emphasis on Bradford FFA, Chapter, said the .. 4 r' I ,y:,. t.f'' .1 .

FFAm the Vocational Agriculture and learning g. By giving experience members will present a Food for r ..\, ""I'" } ,,,
FFA program.Chapter to students ih agriculture, a America' program to the local/ '. "
President, Vickie Thomas, work force dedicated to meet the food elementary schools. .
reports that the Bradford FFA and fiber needs of our nation and the The FFA was established' in 1928. JJfrr < .
Chapter is preparing to take the world is continually being developed.The and it promotes leadership, coopera- ) : '. I. ) '
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Bradford FFA Chapter necessary steps to make the campaign FFA Week emphasis this year tion and citizenship among high L e t .mS 'A." } I. '
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Prepares' for Campaign a success. Thomas also adds, 'is to show how the vocational school students Vocational :. \' '''J" I'.'.;"'.
''Our chapter is planning to present a agriculture and FFA'program' pays agriculture education in high school provide [., .. ? l. ;I .}
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Members' of the Bradford FFA Food for' America program to the dividends to the local community. It prepares students for an array of '" :

Chapter are currently gearing up to local elementary schools to help sup- provides skilled graduates to fill focal agricultural careers. This includes ,you'.Wiath. .. .., .4, .>., ->
Join nearly one-half million other port the campaign." agriculture careers and earnings Jobs In agribusiness as well as Jobs in 1xour >'(.t'I\\ ".I'' f
FFA members across the country for from the members' Supervised Occupational production agriculture. Today one I Nee 1l' '.1'.: ..1+;
the 1984 Nationwide FFA Public Rela- Experience (SOE) 'pro- farmer creates jobs for five nonfarm ,', "

tions Campaign.This National FFA Week grama are invested back into the local people who provide services and 1hw
three-part campaign will February 18-23,1984 economy. The program also prepares materials farmers need and who pro- ,

culminate around the theme KeepIn students to fill leadership roles. .fn the cess, transport and market the. pror .' : : '. -\
America on the Grow. The cam- The Bradford FFA' Chapter along community. .ducts farmers produce. o' '. ',. ''', .,:. '. ..,'
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paign's three components highlight with over 8,300 other FFA chapters FFA Week has traditionally Included From agriculture 'tq Processing,' "'!'-'.. t, .., ....100,So. ,' \ :,\\1'' .,1" '1."'
newly developed public service announcements across the nation.will celebrate 1984 George Washington's birthday service to marketing FFA and. :,' lionS:. ;5,1.
featuring actor Eddie FFA Week, commencing Feb. 18. respect for his great leadership and Vocational Agriculture are "Keeping. ''. ,." din'g Invit ,, : -;. ;'.; .. : ';-
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Albert, funded by the General Fund of During the week the Bradford FFA innovative practices agriculture' America on the Grow. vWe I, 1\oo.T t1.ns \\ibi ,, : .

the FFA; a National FFA Week Chapter members are planning to The National FFA i Center, :which, ,, 'r'; \",! : ':/ rh..,",.''.... 'P a..lY 1.'a P rs', '.., ;"'..'" i I'

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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heape were County i' ,' i '
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honored of the Guale :
guests Collector of Customs and Hallmar'odl0" ; ,
Celebrate BirthdaysJason surveyor 4..4. I'.to. /" ,
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Society Mary's, lay Methodist preacher. Following \ '.". ,.' <\ '.' .' ,
Georgia, on Saturday Feb. 18. for the ... ....J : 'B rl al B f. '' &
Bryant and Marie Blackburn 'dedication marker' the dedication,.,Mr. and Mrs. Heape ... ; d 00 k S J ,.\ (:t
of 'a' grave' for were luncheon' the'tJuale : r Garters ,:: :
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celebrated their birthdays together Abraham Bessent at Oak Grove : Gake Xn : J:
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Society: at Riverside Hotel .
Sunday, Feb. 12, with a party for the Cemetery. Mrs. Heape Is the great* and attended I I and v g- v'
the official of .
families of each celebrant at the ceremony ,, ,. gIftS i
great-granddaughter of AbrahamBessent p a va II ti
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home of Jason's parents, Mr. and Mary's Woman's Club, presentation . .' \ .
who served under General .
Mrs. Roy E. Bryant, of State Road 16 Francis Marion's Brigade, South of nautical flagpole, American, .. ... '\/ i... 'f
East. Georgia and St. Marys flags by Con- I" .. '
Carolina Militia, during the Revolu- : .'
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Bryant. He was 7 years old on Feb. 13. citizen of St. Marys and Camden Tommy t.: 4- .. ;7' .' .' ,', _,, '
Marie Is the daughter of Frankie .FREE IMPRINTING. OFFICE ." !: ,,
and Sheila Blackburn. She was three r ''I' Ir. I- '. ; .. ." :
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The birthday cake the centerpiece SHOP
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for the table which was set-up BIRTHSWilliam '( I ,
buffet style; \ ::: purchased in our shop. 1OW.CailSt.| .. .:,I
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Gifts were opened by Marie and .
Jason. The buffet was enjoyed by the. '. ''!Ii: Free Imprinting Offer Ends 9645764Starke; ,
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16 family members present. :, "f"; .,f 14 February 29, 1984 ,4 Fla. '.

Kenneth Schlrrmacher Gerald A. Greenly-Cherry .
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William Kenneth, born Jan. 1 at the the birth of a son, Gerald.,Arthurj! ;. .. ... .. .. .. _. .- ..rr
Birth Center, Gainesville. Greenly-Cherry, born Feb.' lo lit .. . -- .. .. .
Naval Regional Medical' Center ,
Maternal are Bonnie
grandparents
Leaton Morgan, III, attended an
Evangelism Explosion Clinic in Ft. and Kenneth Ford, Hampton. Maternal Jacksonville. I
Lauderdale from Jan. 27 through Feb. I great grandparents are Mr. and .
1. lie will be certified as a Mrs. John T. Ford.llampton and Mr. Maternal grandparents; are Mrs
Lay/Teacher trainer at Madison St. and' Mrs. Donald Mossman of Independence Ordy Greenly and the late'Gerald, Ar- '

Baptist Church. Ky. thur Greenly of Lawtey. Maternal TENJIEJI
Among the leaders of the clinic was Paternal grandparents are Mr. and great grandparents are Mn. Helen
president and founder of Evangelism Mrs. Duane Boyer of Chelsea Greenly and the late; Theodoree
Explosion International III, Dr. D. Michigan and the late Eugene Schirr- Franklin Greenly of New Mexico. j
James Kennedy, Pastor of the Coral macher..Paternal great grandmotheris Paternal grandparents are Frances ,
Ridge Presbyterian Church la Ft. Mrs. Ottilie Rumph of Ithaca, New H, Litkenhaus and Robert Richer; f '.
Lauderdale where the clinic was held. York.

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:.;6 :":i PlMtjN i sq44 and their :'selecUttriB< uriiTyman' by Garrowi I. Sarah Crew: |lnterluc1e.i jChe '9s4 SuwannueDstriet4unior\ J. pnytouu f'qunlrymap(; Wednesday, Feb. m Official practice

'f, ..' Elaine TVlstone+ ''. 7 ray, Puppety %!' Cbry re:: Darlene Cindy by ; ; Mann'sstudents were: Sarah,, oridaatndayc\ list 111,.th ,Sonar iperrio: on the electric with games beginning
I ", Shower '' Qpuntrynuirt Silver > organ early April.
> 'fruglers by
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t1> Douglas, Shovel that Snow by Bur- tian Music Club .
,". 1. 'lIto Jenpyjkue" ;, (1ou try an, Morn- : of Nell| Mann, was Theresa Dunn.Friday. Registration cards should be returned
Elaine Tetatone ctal.igMtk.otMr.' ,1'1k1It.t nam; Melissa llislopThe, : Glass Slipper counselor, presented the following to Brooker Elem. School by Feb. 29.
lfebyG6vrge KellytUsach,
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and Mrs. C.J by hillock; Lari sa Scott, A Folk! students: SPP4'rio" ;"'e" 2*
i!u'( \ <'&tone '' -Ginger Adams,,
;'l 114 brideelect l dantmoby, Geor'ge; Mitch eJ Gainey a Song 1>y Noona; Ginger Adams U'9 :Melissa Hislop; Terri Kennan,'. Don Teacher Jn,Scrvicc' ,Day Softball' T-Ball Ilegist.
We
.,t1i Hines of Alachua.waq enter Mae vocal solo, the POOpli, by Pass; Spring by George; Josh Crawford,. lcDavld Christy Morgan, Larissa ..'eb.. First Week of March '
at. Christie i Floyd, Scottish: Lilt by Agent>4 " ,'.fit.J: ;; Steve a miacefaneausghowerY'etl: 13 at the PearceiJBeth Fairish;\ ; Prancing Downhill'',Racer by \vNoona; McDavldr'Cherylff) Cott Andrews,Starling Josh ; Excellent-, planning day lot all teachers in Bradford Girls'' Softball!! and T-Bail registration
:. ('I Nipper trailer In.theCa rolatta Poodlesfty''Bastleni'Mellsia;; May, the Griffis, Cornmamrhe by Stevens; "and Sarah Douglas. Crawford County. Therefore']Friday* the24J..h will take\ place the first week of
:'".. subdivision} In rooker: Old'WItci' !1J; ,by Glover; Annette Jenne Andrews, his Josh Crawford was is d holiday for student. "' '- March Softball and T-BaU games wilt
' \i Organ 'Grinder'Tarantella first Gold
. presented
;; rl! Hostesses were Patricia Lee, Paula Balkcpm. Legend from the North by ,., Cup this year. be played In take Butler and
by She. : .:.Anita, baseball llegistratioir
Tetstone, Dot > [ Countryman also had several < .
Andrews, Olson'and Brooker
"I.'fi petty Smith. then Barbara Smith, Ice students beginning In April. More in
; and Anna Plchrem Carnival by Sher. Suwannee tist. Junior : ( participating. They'Werej; Ends Feb. 29 formation wilt\ be. .available after

:, .. As the bride-elect arrived' slid was Students of Ramsey Were : Festival Held Feb. 18 .' Smith aperlorBarbara'mlth, Susann Christie Dixie Youth Baseball registration organizational meetings. 'in Lake
.6 ', given Sapp and Beth Par.
{. I i'' a corsage of silk roses The Stephanie Gainey, Tortillas for Sale Butler March and 8. '
for
r "/ :. oriae: 's table and refreshment Irish; Excellent-Annette Balkcom.. boys and girls, ages IH5'wlUend. . .. .
tabled --' ----- '
:'' r'. 'i-, >'" were covered ..with white I I ,.j. .
, lace cloths ) .. '< "
/''hi i I and centered the with'refreshment a silver candelabra table was AMERICAS FAfVHLY DRUG'STORE I' ); \ .. ,' "" ,, \ "

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;' J rr'. The cakes traditional white cake, :
, 1' :,:' y;, was decorated! with white icing, top 'END..OF..
Y pod with miniature bride dressed in
'r, White, and the drees waa trimmed in-
.j" y pale ptnk..The cake was on one end of

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(t"I; ." ii bride!* mother Mrs; C.J. Tetstone,
, ,h her grandmother, Mrs. Thelma Polk ,
\"..iffrl and Mrs. Lula Mae. Mines, mother of
: r the groom-elect

''idt The hostesses presented the What to. do?
']1.1 a: honoree with a set of Silverstone pots MAALOX a
; !:;: and a set of multi-colored sheets as a ANTACID MaaIox
':c. '. :( memento of the,, occasion. :Approx. Ask 'your'Ec' ke r d NQXZEMA 12-01.
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birthdaylast Your Eckerd Pharmacist Is' S9
Sunday at an old-fashioned ice cream 1 LiimIma G1 '
'; I1' .and cake party 'was Mrs, Hazel concerned about your family's fAN1PAX

Carlton of Starke. The affair was held health wellness. TAMPONS
and ;*
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family In Brooker. Several family'1members '
attended the party. May we p SPRAY COLOGNE. : Limit Is I
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nature Mrs Carltcri, e r a : 4991-.01.
The only thing marring a happy occasion COLD FORMULA
.;for, Mrs. Doris' Kelly as she
fit- celebrated her birthday last Saturday-: 179 Compare tb EPSOM SALT
' night at a fish try held at the Bobby Nyqull. .
y Pyal's home,'.was one son was unable 1 9ge"UIS.Imlt :.,-
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to be present: wonderful time.was h' I AW
: had by all and' Mrs. Kelly. received MANICURE
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fi,,, \ Mn .,'Edwin.Prevail. and'".. TOOTHPASTE CREST TOOTHPASTEI"

'n danghterPatty of Clearmont were the t '1 A 4.4-OX. I tYPtS ,C TRA YI'PS' 'a ;,",, +. NZYMATIC;' .t
recent Saturday luncheon guests:of V Compare to ,MULTIVITAMINS1 ; '
+ t her mother,.Mrs, Lydia) Crosby, and. Crest Limit 2,; : i y .N 'LIAIdSCLEANdR
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, y New River,.Association was held 'at ," f
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Quartet of Jacksonville and our own' ......:_:.: ....109 f\'.)"_,:,1.:1Ni 00" io.s-oz.' ,CIIIID: GRILL
" Tootsie', Tucker will present 'a 1. ...... :
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spiritual music program at the ...0>1...' 79 ; '
Brooker Church. The istt' .. 79" 99
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welcome. w Mi;wn ,;.to 125-ot G assn 39 ,
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The young teenagers ojUhe Brocket" I .d ChJjbsles.Umlta.ASSORTED Soft.6Qap, ....: .. ..
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Thursday, Feb, 23,, travelling to the COOLER .
Sun Skate Center in Gainesville .,' ," .,,1", ;(BRACH'S D-CON ....,..H -.,.,.., "
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. The Christian.Fellowship luncheonwill 1' FLEA KILL
be held in the church dining room BAN ROLL-ON FINESSE. cNe5r5505' 7.SOZ.MO.S.M. '14$9 t

Thursday, Febi.23, beginning at noon* ANTI-PEaSPIRANT ,HAIRSPRAY ....
!t All young and senior citizens: are Invited CO '. '
: / 399 % x 50' .
't to bring) a covered dish and enjoy '. Limit"1.5-02. 21.limit SUPERFLEX .
the food fellowship and singing1, 12" .159700Z SAD .
' .,after lunch. 1 3 GARDEN HOSE
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'< I ." '. More Personals: ... ,COLOR I 'SPRAY
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who
Hodges is undergoing tests at the "
North Florida Regional Hospital, also< SUNSWEET 44
( Mrs. Annie Maude Williams, a heart., -2"49. I. ;

patient and diabetic; :Who is in the!' + I '. iR re7S ,.y M 89lq
s'r' same hospital and prayers. for Ralph,;. j".1
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! .- Mott of Bdgewater?. Md.v,:who:was/; : .HoOtc:-NOOK. ": IWYLEOFFICIAL'4QUART
visiting the area 'fa: former'' PLASTIC ; ',' "'
PLAYING CARDS POTTING-
Brookerite),who suffered a heart attack -, ---..; i SINGLE NAOKS"" .
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Mr. .-MrsRudolph Stokes ,. :
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Kiasimmee'!were:weekend guests ,of .. .
.his mother;Mrs, Alberto Stokes ."
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: Mr and Mrs. Gordon Carlton'of. M :& M/MARS ,MAX1.' .
l ,.c'-Palatta' ''and' Ralph; MOtt ofEdgewaterr CANDY BARS SUNSWIIET' :,CATCHALL .."' ,SINGLE TRAY SHORT-HANDLE
') Md. visited Sue' pa vis, v I 'TACKLE BOX GARDEN
; 'last Thursday afternoon.. .?', ,' S5'Ndi I PITTEDRRUNES ..r4soo ;, TOOLS

er '. ( Mr; and Mrs:; 'Robert Fusaell :and< 4 .,or" !"UNIJUICI: ;. (.. "99 a .er
children of. .Jacksonville. Mrs. 488M : .' .
,. Lucille Harris of Gainesville and the ;-=:

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r '',Sunday luncheon guests, of Mrs.;Edna, & M'S Wain or peanut; Milky! Way. i .. ,
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'S :'f! Goldhead:park'Perleet'; ";"ri MKVIEBtf'' hS4' I!: PUMP DRINKDISPENSER PLANT or FLOWEK ,

I', For An OutIng:;. 'it SPIKES kbe f

"'i$ For fun-filled ''weekend ,'wher.. .i.'A. ,.,. I re'iw ;, ,
',j'. .' guests afive- just pack 'picnic'sup-; sc t1- 6'7

'. "' -#:' plies In.your motor home and head tp. ''U, : .
.2 Goldhead Branch picnicking.
'!'J'W.if: ; ; .did
.#''tvheenntdaughter.Joyce McKenzie andi: L J :

: childrenrLesll :'.:;v':'c lfMcliBsa' Morris and soad. Ryan. and ,, ; rMT GPXSLIMLmCAM/FM
"' ;Robert '.o d ''Renata Kirkpatriek/ of i STEREO
4"" .'p'Tampa, -arrived' forJ.t e"rweeJMnd.J
'.,' ;.J +(-Jackie, Rolling;.. -a* dweht rtoCBrooker ';?!. 2 RADIO '
a'4. : < II' w 4 Wlttl MIAOmONISEVEREADY
: // :'accompanied t the family;:
" 'a '*over for the day. Arriving back\Sun;;
.t'1; 'r'f.'lay afternoon the Tampa bunch>r
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1 i Joy:Markham;.:' .., i ( DISHWASHER' t r ate I wrm.C.10 vvuu. nun arrur Has eo0 ..

;.i %' Ted Greenly '"'"' DETERGENT RI } STOCK or \6.88., Safe.price2.00'Mailni'! { Ste Indi cator '
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I;1? !4 .,;af grookN'. now UaJ r6.0 4.88 yoUr Final COlt:
", i" .u ,' 1 + 1 r ; smpoths'curls & mare!'
".t I '". ahernIghter'.' _". ed MfCUURpmCI Flips ,
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,''' '.I Program,; t ECKERD'S SYSTEM 2 PROCESS NG _g" I R TNNIU ,twA wrn'I s.

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Presentation to Uawtey; Unlimited.,, .

Bradford Sheriff Dolph Reddish,present a certificate! of appreciation
lo Lawtey Unlimited on behalf of the Florida Youth( Fund fur: their contribution -
of Certificates presented when I k
money. property or money v
Lk 11 I given In excess of$100.The Inmates Lawtey Correctional raised or collected

funds for the donation.
1' Shown left to'right are Inmates Joe Rlboudo, Raymond Grantham '
f1' Gilbert' Bullron James Glpuon Marvin Williams, Charles Cox Donald
fireene, Earl Morrell WlUlapt Burnaman Jimmy Hampton, In front is
1? president of Lawtey Unlimited Larry. Collier (In wheelchair. and Sheriff
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FIRST PRIZE/ .IN:' OUR GRAND SWEEPSTAKES DRAWING! t v r r

Thought for the week.... a
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.40 CASH PRIZES OF S2.OOO q?, u r
Th.world chongm day but Cod's "'
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-e12O CASH PRIZES OP '.000 ,
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WIN I e 1.0OO CASH 80Pa100.100 {

A Promising Prom... e_7.500 S.OOO CASH INSTANT PRIZES WINNERS OP .'0.00 OF a'5.00 h ,,, r

The Junior class of 1984 is really on e 140.OOO INSTANT WINNERS OP S1.OO
PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FEB.
the bbll..already making extravagant -
plans for the most "Pro- 23 THRU WED., FEB. 29, 1984 -

mising Prom" of all time..1984!I III!!
This year's prom is set May 5 in the BONUS
new armory on Edward's road. The T BUY -
band is already selected and on contract wnue Wr re + +
The Juniors have chosen a
theme but they want it to be a last
minute supriseM! /! Only a few minor
details remain to be worked 'outt
before everything is set. Watch for s
onve
details!! 0

All Juniors need to pay their prom Ir a.IIPMI i ,
fee of $15.Magazine. MK. .

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The BHS student council is sponsor
ing another fund raiser to boost
morale and liven up the school

grounds.All .
students are encouraged to par 0e
ticipate and everyone will benefit. It
will be magazine mania!II! Anyone
who participates will be selling
subscriptions to popular magazines.
Profits and prizes will depend upon e Oeuv W 4 .,
how many subscriptions are sold. The ( '
selections of magazines will include 'r ioi r

McCalls, Field, and Stream Southern sGQMPARE
Living and many others. Proceeds
will go towards a new sound stem, a
flagpole to fly our new school flag on,
and landscaping, A goalof! $5,000 has '
.been set. ..w..,"!.),.*1" .1. ; \mss', l OM An; au' '''''''' :i )r Gql'.1PAR c ,!IV epmrrw ,,n'MPAp. ;ir. rd.
Our Student Council' makes many of .c f. ,Ij : i.qnv, ) ':. ., ,oJ: "" ACj.-.....
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these things possible and it is up to us CHICKEN, BEEF,MUSHROOM .. .. '
to make it possible for them. OR ONION FLAVORS BIHOLD I CANADIAN OROWN .......c.
Noodles == 61*1 Furniture Polish .. hoo $120 'Rutabagas ,L825. Stmkteuemon3' 1 21 99*
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Student Elections... .JOANOI"AROPNTO.OREAT" SMOOTH CREAMY it. I'N8H
Students who have qualified to run NORTHERN Blackeye BEANS Peas OR sWHITB 3/8W Peter Pan == )I. s 2 3 Radishes .. 2<,u 39: Florida.Spinach =. 9 9*'

for a student council or class office

will be giving campaign speeches OR ASSORTED ''Fresh Carrots .2 JK;5g.. SUNNY DEUOHT ,'.1+o
: 99 CKrus Punch .
Carpet Scent t. '
Tues., March 28. Towels "AST *,.R2I99 ,_ ,
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Elections wilt be held March 6 and '. BEAUTY "
the run-off date if there are any will. SPAM ** *% quick Rome 3' 8ft. DRYROAaTEO '189
be March 8. Luncheon Meat ,=. .. '| ." -";":. $140 Apples .' Generic Peanuts.BWKET' I .
who has not to '; .
registered
Anyone VLASIC FRESH LAUNDRY ;;: BNO-WHTTE 4'' !

Vote may get or a lost card their at the registration Student council card Kosher Dills .,? $129. Wino Detergent .,_ $100 Mushrooms ''I '::v $" 1, Apf le CWer' .* .. .. ; *189

office, before school, during both lunches ;.
and after school.If .
you don't vote and place your opinion
you have no reason to complain. '
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Elect the person of your choice and :SAVE.'7T CASH IMI! : PILLSBURY PLUS
let's increase the number of voters .- ..' 4rk'r'! .
participating!! BLUE

Library display... e R.C. COLA. YOU PAY RIBBON BEER

In observation of Afro-American = DIET RITE. R.C. 1OO 994C. 'REGUtAR OR.ui HT"
History Month, the library has a S OR NEHI FLAVORS
displayed bulletin board. If you use 5 B PACK- 1601 BT'pws' ,(' e 1 .onus
QED
the library, take time out to notice the S UMIT-1 COUPON PER ITEM.OOOO I
board commemorating this month. THRU WED.,FEB.29 1M4. "

National FFA Week... I..II. ............I
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In honor of National FFA Week
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there is a neat display of trophies

models of cows and! FFA insignia on ..

a table in the library.Congratulations g' = Ir v' VAN CAMPS ,"%-h r iaOL CAN ZLS.JAR'; : 'QAUO@,1.'LJTER'. '
FF A'ers.Servicemen. .... >CASH. "."', "
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PEPSI, YOU PAY'BEANS' JELLY PRlhi bHWNIN: Oa AID- '
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Pfc. ao>ce Wainwrignt MT. Dew. sunxlsT; a LYSOL ai o4 fl FRENCH'S ,2roa: B.UL' ''SAW.ZOo '
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Completes Basic, Training FROSTIE 2UTER 7-UP COUPON, N 9 IDAHO '$. 11'9'I ... N { 1.a L1T '
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Army National Guard Pfc.Joyce E DooDTFiRUwea.fE6zotoe.UMJT-1 COUPON PER ITEM. f '8PUD6ChSkJrens ''" '...... ,, .399'

Wainwright and sister daughter of Irene of Minou D. Wainwright Wain-- I/.>s........../R...1 ,,,4I? : uQRnaa, .

wright, both of Starke, has completed e- '
basic training at Fort Dix.,N.J. try Funk a1 u '
During'' the training, students W.Era rl r ;'1+CLwel4' COINpARE ''1i't. COMPARE .. ''E'"
received instruction in drib and + n "s ONLY .
ceremonies, weapons map reading, 4 &iN FHar.CH OR RnO&* R CUT 'YBu.Q S.Es oP Inset .
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Airman Fouraker Graduates f '.p ..... '
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Airman William A. Fouraker son llusrnola+ Iry full COkx :.JIIOOM 1. .... '
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U.S. Air Force administrative
specialist'course at Keesler Air Force''
Base, Miss. His wife, Janice lethe ,
daughter of retired Air Force Tech. .
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I credits(respondenceand toward an reports associate and degree earned in .t.COUMNrnM.LlMI Pppl J. n.,),. :" h, .8t.---==...r. ,_" -.. I :!.' the Com OOOO THRU WKQ., 2/ 0/84. O OOTJ'ft.l.. .lIawo..' ., =t 1q. \ ,, !' 1 ., v ;',' s'I", .:;.,
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phone 782-3300 orado. Gen leUnderwood stunt son M..: .of Findlr : ,D ''If'a vhitilt. -. .. in-law
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Activities.vGrace sister Mrs C.E. Strlcklandd the weekend with her parent* Roller, Sr. SleowU. veFeb. J9 arid Mr. jB 'Mrt. Jimmy Moore of
United Methodist Church Gainesville on Monday until, Mrs. Earl Prevail "ki, will spend twd'w With him. Jacksoimlw'niet their mother, Mrs. Oak.Mr.. sind Mrs. Patrick Henry spent

will have a workday at the church on day Feb 22. Zona Edwards of Brooker was Ronnie McCleDan of Vidalia, Ga. Fred Moore, at First Baptist Church Sunday with their parents !Mr. and
Saturday' morning, Feb. 23. BeginnIng Miss Linda Cline of guest of her aunt Mrs. visited his parent; Mr. and Mrs,.Let in Starke,:and enjoyed dinner at the Mrs. Charlie MosleyoU. Highland.
at 1:30 p.m., they will have a' Washington; was a Wednesday' Our"q.e-Reddlsh. They: atteudeJ Union Mcqellan on Wednesday altemxm. steak house:on Sunday. ,'
Visitation for the church. night guest of her parents, Mr. Church Sunday morning. J. _. ,\. .. I"" '
Mrs. Doh Graves, She also visited Roller, Jr. pf,Florida State Mr. and Mrs chnerd'MUler and : i' Deepest sympathy of the community -
Perspnals... brother-in-law and sister Mr. for Women Tallahassee, )frs, Gladys IPrinRje>> of Sanford,' '; ,;: JMrs1.; .IVIInnie Teaton and her is'' extended to Mrs Rosa. Baxley
PFC Floyd Harris is home on leave Mrs.' DIon Hall and family, the weekend with.-.Ma father,. ?visited Mt..and Mrs; Les McCJellanW ''daughter' .., Mrs. Betty. Mosley of and amity because ol the death of her

from the U.S. Army. He is visiting his 'Jacksonville Beach while here. Roller Sr. .p., !dnesdayt .Th y also visited their Highland, spent,Friday Feb.'10,with huabf.cdJlni xtay, on Sunday. Our
parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Harris and Friends' at Cecil Hardee Erda Wilson of Palm Beach 'mother,, Mrs.'rt.H. Futch and brother: Mrs. Ted: n's mother, Mrs Wordie. prayers are a1Fort '
family. Floyd will be home until learn 'that he is a patient In- up Wednesday, FebUS. to 'I'.\: in-law sister, Mr.,and Mrs. O.B. Ocoeo. Jerry Teston Rocker Ala. .
March 3 at which time he will return Florida Regional her' brother Col. ;I Pauley. in the afternoon seven' of the Mr and Mrs. Mickey Moore and spent the weekend with bin mother

Gainesville, since 'Thursday., .his. birtLdaysnd'ahe lent; ,v.\ !sisters enjoyed jrnwrtli" .al'thrhome'! .family. and their mnf!_ Mrs. Fred Mry4 EarlTestort!: ,;: ', < :' ?
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t.f'1? '''t,, 'yt?e ave..ave.xwainawrMVI. ,Iwrwaq..ymoyuwndry nynNe9. Allen .Cha ppe't A.M.E.
""' .. Effective Fetx1,1984Prit Church. Rev R.J. Blafn presiding
sy ., .ty ., elder of the 'West Jacksonville
fx' NumlMr OddtwitH Odao+rat .0000..hv.
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( : = Weekly services will begin Feb. 29
SSalgLam /b.aI/I at Allen Chapel, at 7:30 p.m.

Pleasant Grove.United Methodist
Y' ,; k GET1, AIzRIERTICIET10RYfIA/IE, / .. Church:'' The anniversary of the

YOU VISIT THE.PANTRYt PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FED.. Fellowship of Churches will be held
23 THRU WED., FEB.' :?9, 1984. 'Sunday:: Feb. 28, at 3 p.m. AU churches
are asked to cooperate with the
1 activity.
BOtYd$ The Bradford-Union 'Chapter of
,8ethuneCookrnanCollege Alumni
a r pre entaJ -a., celebration of 'Black
History Month Dinner Feb.: 29: at 7:30:
p.m. in Bradford County Armory on
Edwards Road: Donations are $5.50.
Civil Rights,Leader Uoyd Pearson,
'Video Documentary on. Civil Rights
wr Movements'in;;Florida, will .be the
speaker.: ,
.Mt, 'Calvary Baptist/Church, 909.
Tom Hall St Elder Montgomery will
bring services on Monday night Feb.
27,' at. 7:30 p.m.. Prayer' meeting
Thursday night, Feb:23, at 7 p.m.The
pastor and members wish to thank
each and,every one for the, support
1 ;given them during the dedication of
the new Mt Calvary Baptist Church.
May God bestow His richest blessings
upon each of )'ou.- Rev Alphonso

Iwnu.wY 'Jenkins "Pastor. Johnny Jackson,
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Gator Football Coach Charley Pell "We've' signed the best students until after spring practice. I
addressed the Starke Quarterback, with the l best grades since; I've been at Spring practice for the Gators is :
TourneySetTonight l Club during the annual'Pell Banquet' Florida" says Pell. Who will bequartrbacklng scheduled to,begin March 2, A pre-
Friday night, Feb. 10. .uncertian at this season game is scheduled for April 7'''
Over 185 guest and visitors attendedthe time,and probably won't be decided at 1:30.
banquet, which was moved to the

New National Guard Armory this -.. !!I: "..
year, due to a lack of room Jlt the
n'h 'dq Starke Golf and Country Club.
According to Club President Steve
Futch the banquet was a complete

success Pell told the guest "I always.feel
By Larry Oglesby comfortable in Starke." IiI tj

Sports Editor; N r He also made general comments on j,
';' .. some of the Gator games last season."I .
Six teams will be battling it out """ '," could dream up some new names
beginning tonight during the District for Auburn. The Gator team was up-
8, Class 2A tournament in Lake tight" explained Pell. "We should
Butler. t have won but time ran out. We playeda
Tonight the tournament will kick off 4 normal team with normal hearts
with a 7 p.m. game between Keystone !/ and they should have folded, but
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Heights Indians and Interlachen didn't."
Hams. At 8:30: p.m. hosts Union High Pell also commented on the Cator's
will take on the Bradford Tornadoes. thrashing of Florida State in the last
Number one seed Hawthorne and regular season game. "It was ,the
number two seed Clay High drew longest two week break I've ever i :
byes for the first night of the tournament experienced-more time to worry." __
Hawthorne is ranked second in "We worked too hard and too little
the state and Clay beat BHS 60-49 in a and hit too hard too little."
regular season make-up game Mon- "I was scared too death before the
day night. game, but the team wasn't though,"
On Friday night, the winner of the says Pell. +;it
Indian-Ram game will play In general] for the '83 season Pell
Hawthorne at 7 p.m.. The winner of said "the '83 team was a team of
the BHS-UHS game will play Green (Photo>r,..., O.l..ky) heart. They fell short of yours and
Cove at 8:30p.m.. The championshipgame Off the Rebound.... ours goals to number one In the world, .
will be Saturday night at 8 p.m.. but anything short(,that is going. to
Looking forward to the Union Daren Chandler (20) and James Johnson ((21) go after the ball on a rebound hurt." Pell Gets Acquainted....
game, Bradford Head Basketball during the Tornadoes win over the Tigers Tuesday, Feb. .14. The So far the Gator team has recruited
Coach Mike Sexton said "we are Tigers and Tornadoes will go at it again tonight 8tO: p.m.ln the first roundof 27 signees. "It's going to make you University of Florida Football Coach Charley Pell shakes hands with local
definitely going to have to play good the District II, Class tournament In Lake Butler. proud of the University of Florida,'* CPA Pat Farnsworth during the banquet Friday night Feb., 10.
ball to beat Lake Butler. We can't predicted; Pell.
look past them of take them lightly in
anyway"

The Tigers finished their season .
with a 7-17 record and the Tornadoes (

finished 11-13 overall. BHS is an even ,
7.7 In Class 2A competition. When youbecome ;

The Tigers finished their season
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club; says Sexton of the Tigers. r
"They have been able to beat peoplewe Gainesville Palatka and member we
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"If it is important to us to win, we City ..,:you over ; give you
have as good a chance to win districtas '4 : '

"We anybody.will have" to buckle down and 3000 videos for rent. .' :'; t' .:, 4 ". :

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up our to play, says ,

Sexton.Three leading scorers" for Bradford'.,. .-..... : Fore, low membership,;{Jr 'sdy..ip." ll'IK11 Iml.q'' 1QO/ij.d.; ( ; Y1W9\(il.nsciJaclo; at1 ; ) ,, :ill_;': )-,.
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with 486 points. He hit 226 of 493 from ; FREE for

the floor for 45 percent and 34 of 66 membership allows you to rent from all,5 stores at a low rental rate. ,
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and 50 of 155 from the charity line. *11'<. ;' : .': ,'. .. '..V; 1 I "

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would have had the free throws we -- '
could have won." '<::1' 1Y \ < I' : -. Machine: Rentals: :
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emerged." .' ";.. 1\\i':',," x.' I' ,, < per day with. /\deposit
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never let up to go on for the 00-49 win .' ,,,,.' t,. '. ""G.f; .
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It will be a tough season opening lorI are returning are seniors Richie and 'Robert Starling doing' the .cat
I Bradford Baseballers when they tat_ Fender and Jimmy Shoening and ching.
on tough Ocala Vanguard In Ocala Doug Sammons and Gerald First year senior Carlton Johnsonwill I Gn
I, this Friday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. will Hartley also add some depth in the out ,1
The following Saturday the BUS be starting a and>lay relief during; field. Personnel for the team consistof
Nine will travel to Bollea to play at 2 the season., nine .seniors, four juniors, one
p.m.. In practice so far Hartley pointedout sophomore 'and five freshmen. John
"I don't know just what to expect several players that are hitting D\vld Francis will join' the.team at
from Vanguard in the opening well. They' are Andy.Chaff Robert the end of basketball season. t
!game" says BUS Baseball Coach Carver, Jimmy' Shoening and Also during the first two weeks BUS
Mike Hartley. "We have a, lot of freshman Steve.Jones. plays tough district rivals Keystone4Indians
obstacles to- overcome In we are'to Defensively the Tornado Nine and Clay lgb Blue Devils."I .
win the 1984 season opener." should be able to contend with moot of figure Keystone and Clay to be '.
"The Job we do on the field will be a the competition. "We: were ,an the toughest ,competition In district
determining factor on how well the average fielding team) last year'and 8-AA of which the Tornadoes are a'
season goes. We have been looking with the key people back:,1 am hopingwe new member" says Hartley. "I am
forward to this day since the beginn- can win some fames' with the very optimistic about this1 year's ,
ing of January;commented: Hartley, gloves this, year/ commented team and I feel like we can accomplish /
Hartley. "Our problems are guilt whatever the kids put their .. }
Vanguard will have had the opportunity basic fundamentals. We try to do minds too." '
to play three games including some things our own way and it gets
one under the lights before taking on us into trouble. *
the Tornadoes. Brown and Chaff gage the outfield
"I feel that we have as much potential some of the best arms in this part of Season 'Tickets on t 'b ,
as any team I have coached," the state according Hartley.Other' Sale..., rftp .r 1 i {nt

says Hartley. strong arms on the Tornado team are ,
Although all pitchers from last Darrell Wagner Rick Welch and Season tickets for Bradford home s
season are returning, Hartley ia still Mike Chappell. games! are,, now on;sale from Mrs. ; ,
concerned about the Tornadoes ability Line-up for the infield is as follows: Prevatt at the high school office or
from the mound. Jimmy Shoening and Hal Wood at any baseball players. .- r % 4 .inr
"We did a good job last year pitching third Richie Fender'and Steve Jones Tickets are on sale at $12 for adults ; '

but each year's a new year and at shortstop, Doug Samons'and-To ,I and $8 for students,", v o +
11 you can't get the job done pitching Diggs at second, Jason: Bennett; .' .There is a half-season plan that will M
it's tough to win," noted Hartley. Jason Polk, Robbie McRae and Brian cost$6 for adults and $4 for students. "
Four pitchers from last season that Whitehead, at first and Robert Carver This plan includes five BUS games. Il a?,i





I How About This, Gentlemen'! ?,..
Oldtimers Beat 1984 Team 98Former
Diane lodge and Phyllis llugglitu na doubt put a lot.Monclay afternoon in Lake Lochloosa trolling with
of local gentlemen who call themselves fishermen to ihinm. The ladies fished for about three hours and
Bradford baseball stars With two outs against the Tornadoes ,Tornadoes scored a run without a hit. shame with this catch of l.t black baSi. the fish weren't caught/ clone together, but were spaced
| Joined Saturday to edge the 1984 BHS Carver, hit a' grounder to Robert.Starling walked and moved ,. out.
I baseball squad 9-8 in the annual 'Old- third, allowing Welch"to cross the around the bases to score on'a combination ': The l ladies, are holding prizes of l%; l III', and 9'. 'It.s' the first|