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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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j I. : Scattered cloud; ar forecast for Friday and tit! \\ .vkciicl. .warmer with .. \ '
f an increasing chance of showers Friday night and Sat rday. Inside::. :.<;: ''':':':'2'f ;: ti' SINCE 1879'- ) '

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total for February in the,area to 4.9 inches, '.: 'Editorial. .. .. '. }$?'.'.H\\;;; .
: New River fire tower reported .15 inches since Monday; Highland i Social . . ,(... .,,'
tower measured eight tenths, and Santa Fe tower reported 1.7 inches. Sport... . . . .'.
WPXE Radio in Starke recorded 1.23 inches from early Monday morning tools. . . .'. .. ..
to late Monday afternoon. Most of the rain fell around midday Monday : -

when all the stormy weather and Tornadoes were hitting the Keystonearea. SECTION BiOblrwarl. .<"

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A favorable recommendation for a 'Included language In Sec, 6.4.,A on 1
proposed Bradford conservation area prohibited uses to Include mining,
zoning classification was made Tuesday t(
> I : night, Feb.28' by the,county,zon borrow pits, significant. filling and '(
ing board. 'dredge. operations, or signincatnt
The recommendation will have removal of fill or earth. Uses already
listed were industrial use, mining activity -
rte, .,.,,,.,, by final the consideration Bradford County Monday Commission March 5, junk yard or automobile

r when it takes up zoning matters at 10 wrecking yard.'included .
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a.m. In a 4.hour public' hearing =
I&1 Tuesday night, the zoning board said language Eli Sec.25.3 'to -'
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e desired, then went over suggested County for which the. DuPont Co.
ta changes one-by-one either approving, already has state permits as of Jan.
them or leaving it as it was. In the 1,1984. After that the company will _::
end, about 12:30 am. Wednesday, the have to meet local as well as state,
establish'r 'amended version was adopted with ,regional, and national standards
relatively minor changes in the draft already in effect
prepared by attorney John DuPont manager Ken Platt said the
Kopelousos' and Marlie Sanderson of company' has had mining operationssince
'4 the North Florida Regional Planning 1949, and he, wants to cover
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existing operations. DuPont has
I Council. Much input also came from
xv ,County Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. no operations in Bradford County in,
w' 44 A what would be defined as a conserve.
Kopelousos successfully
c defend position that zoning is an tion zoning district Platt said. ..

c- inexact science, subject to such inexact
4 Refused RichardIlaymon's
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definitions as "reasonable cer
tainty." Dupont manager Ken Platt'and suggested to require a plan
-', .. : Zoning Board Member'' Jim restoring after mining has been com. :.
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Womack, both engineers, expressed pleted.Kopelousos' language to lands
define vide a plan to return affected
or further the 11. .
-KIT 3, standards which must be met before a' after mining has' been completed to ':
beneficial retained,
use was
special permit is granted. Kopelousos
said he understood the .engineer's
.Included,. at the suggestion of
need for precise definitions, but differed -
with ,them, maintaining less Harold Hill president of the Santa Fe
Lake' ,Dwellers, Association/ the.
precise standards btterdefended
can .
In courtKopelousos' 'draft proposal a reasonable/ fee to be \-
'' originally, steered''the'County .paid by the applicant when the county v
toward the zoning approach to'cohtroled has to employ outside experts to
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pletely fresh or naturlll.00d store on US-301 south this morning (Thursday of seafood and a full line meets the requirements there Asked attorney Kopelousos ''to
March II. Run by ....M. and Sandra are no grounds to refuse permit,. draft language to insert to revoke a
"We'll make it*" predicted Sandra Norman around noon Wednesday,with six days a week, 9 a.m. to.8 ; Kopelousos. is better, more defensible permit that has been issued but the
parking lot still Incomplete and the shelves largely unstocked. Trucks carry* Builder Whitehead was in court, the attorney maintains, applicant has stopped complying with
ing meat.seafood and dry good were continually In and out Wednesday parking lot. He expected to to control use of the land through zon- standards under the, permit was.
be OK for traffic If the ; issued.
ing regulations that appply to
The new all-cedar store built by Scott Whitehead is on the right side of The Norman's plan to everybody.Basically. .
US-301 going south; adjacent to the new Settles True Value Hardware. north. the proposed ordinance Nobody'Oppeses

establishes a new conservation zoning The Conservation'I
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Both DuPont Platt and
+ fill .manager
forestry, mining, dredging, or
operations would be allowed only by Georgia-Pacific lobbyist Charlie .
Proposed PUD Development at special permit, except certain uses Hood urged the county to adopt. "a
are permitted in areas of five acres or strong regulatory instrument, as
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i p less. The conservation areas, already Hood put it. ...
y Platt said DuPont has no complaint
t- basically outlined in the comprehensive -
; land in 1979 will about the intent of the ordinance. He
use plan adopted ,
For Final Consideration
Monday be>> determined. wanted the 11 standards to be better
Amendments made to- the draft defined, but agreed to live with the
language in the bill once he was
A proposed PUD ,(Planned Unit also expressed relating to'water and Stone; Inc .which proposes -''; Tuesday,night were:, 'assured DuPont would be exempt
Development) with housing facilitiesfor sewer service, increased traffic flow'on 158-acre tract from Mrs. .' from getting county approval for
195 single family dwellings in the SR-21 and 21-B, the impact on tingent upon the PUD ..A' definition of ,forestry (Sec. already issued by the state. permits I
area between SR-21 and 21-A east of school facilities in the area, and the the development would !6.A.2.) as a use in permitted principaluses Hood said he hopes the county will
Santa Fe Lake, received a favorable matter of additional police protectionin acre lots for. 150' and structures will be providedthe "regulate mining,not prohibit it."
recommendation of a ,4-1 vote tues- an area that is part of Bradford residences,, and 49 ,'! county commission Monday by 'Attorney Kopelousos explained the
day night, Feb. 28, by the Bradford County, but 20 minutes' distance from dominiums. She said the zoning board member Rick Replogle comprehensive land use plan adopted
County Zoning Board. the county seat. have minimum 1,600 \! ) who said he will consult with the county by, the county in 1979 and which
,Jim Womack cast the only dissen and would be in the $ forester. Replogle was concernedthat designates conservation area is the
Located on a 158-acre.. tract, ting vote to the proposal. on the bracket. Jack Norton, in just the word forestry too loosely basis for the.county's'action. Now
j presently owned by Loyree Lanier of grounds that all questions concerning banker and a member of defined 'allowable operations, and Kopelousos, explained; the county is.
Santa Fe Lake, the development won the development had not been ade-' Inc., 'said the houses : wanted to distinguish between a clear >enacting a new zoning classificationto
approval over objections of a large quately addressed in his opinion. and sold with the land cutting and a selective cutting opera-. Implement the land use plan.
\delegation of area residents who expressed Robert Scott's motion for a favorable corporation. tionsr for instance DuPont's Platt and Mark Brtmhall,
: concern mainly with the com- ,
recommendation was 'seconded by i In answer to questions .. T who work
: on permitting regulationsfor
:;mercial phasae of the PUD which Rick Replogle, and received additional ble water and sewer }, '. .Inserted the word. "noncommercial" -. DuPont, first asked for unguage
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:they said would be incompatible with approval from Morris Starlingand commercial development, ; :., beforl''the. allowable'use
[the predominently residential natureof chairman Al Richardson: Richardson said that ; ; "" of cultivation of field( crops. (Sec. (Heft 1.onservation.P.3A. ,
; the neighborhood. Concerns were Diane Johnson, attorney for= Rose- plans for each commercial. ,;, ) 6.A.2.)


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; A proposed ordinance declaring unsafe the commission making itself the initiator ,

I. > buildings to be a public nuisance' of a complaint, rather than the
land providing for prevention abatement zoning director. .
and renewal of such nuisances Yet another change added the condition -'
:will be brought before the Starke that an inspection could be r a ; r rl
'Commission on its first reading in a made "where there is probable Cause -, '
:public hearing to be held in conjunction to believe that a violation of this or fa
: r with the regular meeting Tues-. dinance exists."This phrase seems to ,
day;March S, at 7:30 p.m. in the city. place the burden on the commissionto
show a reason for the.safety Inspec-
"" rhall.The commission made amend .
,ments to the proposed ordinance in a tion.Everyone is urged to attend this
':3-hour work session Feb. 13, received .hearing and voice their opinions on"the
the revised drafts at its Feb. 21 ordinance.
;' :meeting,.and set the first read of The Downtown'Progress Committee r ,

:. :the proposed ordinance 6.Commissioners chaired by John Miller, has been i
1: wanted a chance to pushing for adoption of an ordinance' ,
:thoroughly examine the amendments to enable the city to act on burned out,
.; '!made to the proposed ordinance in the unsafe and unsanitary buildings. At .

:Feb. 13 commlasfooen the Pefc; 13 meeting,, the commission --.- .
The 'attempted to 'meeting room in city hall overflowedwith
;reach a balance so the ordinance will supporters of the proposed or-
'; :protect the community, from unsafe. dinance,
.', :or unsanitary buildings without infra:
9 : A.amended, the proposed building!
t-: code ordinance reads 'The city com'

;; ::imissionen did not want to vote on the mission omits authorized representative -
''ordinance until they bad studied the may, upon obtaining proper
I' {:amended version in detail.y legal:'authority, enter any building; e

} One change the commission made structure or premises a| all Dont? :Toes: Step on.My.. :,
I(to the ordinance In an attempt to provide reasonable times to make an Inspection : 1
:, \\f I more protection, for the imdividual or to enforce any provision of this SoutiMMe'KIwnenMBy.( ,ttmtmti. groaned ti.."C.cfc',,6*yte Lee' Coach Lee.. ,
( requires that.'proper.legal,, ordinance',where there Is probable called for tile slow dance,f* *bwriv tI boys.'who.dt Mk*toe w. INN t For the".Iii.before permit In m PTO meeting'in Ibe middle school xynti .
(authority**. W obtained before the cause to believe that violation of this >band with a III....It WM MftfM0 s .loMM..** "boys*M iris.*.....*..es jay ,r.H tt* HbMt MwaNsfe foHtHi; gMter*, wore '.n the moor a' one at.... KMt .
.": commission ordinance exists." The proposal first It once started.. r.;% ,. gnMPnnuppuwl! M, three --rea.s.. uar* dancwl,lor, ...MeactMr-ndf r; ., 4.f' ," i:
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p.r.on' W41y.1fl" a l 1 (proni f. "Tills'' must |Is' (siiil l>y.,
every Junior planning |III iiiu-ixl. Oic
l'I'IIlIIt hiM hpring( | i I IH-.i lliiH'IN April| l 1:1.: "
Tornado of the Month...
The four Student Kl: .>(*tions... ,
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students "wi-loclcd: for
(thmo..t". of January are... ,!.StiiileiilH, ,WMI! qiuilifiiHl run for a
rd sludenl' ,iMim-il irINH| office ,,,!'.,, r 'q tti
CherYlurrow was selected, : for beIng drc'Hlltd.: l ibcir..rbiKNittiiivH; .with eam Fl4t r '
an.award winner the IMU.D.K. ; 'trllipd 1 iawr'clnaxalayAJrelr: :2H. ,
Kkfl ions.will 'be Jn'ld March stet
Michelle Kimutis received the ho runoff dale if iM-r| Alrc any will
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'1' The Student Council will be holding JV Cheerleaders on Their Way to Nationals.. ..
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Feel don't have in the rMichelle, Bradford High School will ti>ni|>ete i against other JV: ': Stacey IteddLsh. 1 i
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you say from ; In'tht ; The!squad sponsored" b< Donna Sam mnn4, all anced'
squads| atrolllllhE': country Xalional.llIJh.hIHt"
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-' Let our Student Council know you Trucle (Clark second. row- Tfrrl Fender Cindy across" the country and will he televised on .;SP.' and .
Cathi RoachT.I'nadoofthellonth Winkler Kriku (" '111'11: third row standingKobin PBS.Chance" I
Kimutis

:TornadooftheMonthvote
Cathi Roach was selected for .1
receiving the P.R.I.D.E. award in 'or lost their registration card:
Mathematics as the top math student may get a card at the Student council '

in BHS. office and before after school school.If .during both lunches Irvin Throws Hat in Dist.21 Seat Race 1

Donald Thornton is recognized for you don't vote and place your opinion -", ,
placing first in the 45th Annual you have no reason to complain;: An Orange Park Republican F.L. major campaign issue will be for undermine the authority of the cbun-t.. :
Episcopal Invitational Wrestling Elect the person of your choice and "Chance" Irvine, is the first can more swift, sure, and just punish, ties than anything else could have ;
Tournament. He placed third in the let's' increase the number of voters didate' to throw her hat into the 1984 ment. She supports the "new done. Mrs. Irvine_ supports local
Middleburg Invitational Wrestling participating!III I politcal ring for .the District 21 state Federalism" of President Ronald government and believes everyone '
Tournament. Donald, an A-B honor' I House seat.:' Reagan, which has shifted the responsibility should pay at least a small amount of
roll student academically, has a 12-4 Ij IJ Present holder of the Dist. 21 seat is of administering federal property tax "
overall record throughout the wrestlIng J J Rep. Frank Williams D-Middtleburg grants to state governments A Virginian Mrs. Irvine was born "
season. j a 12-year ''veteran of the Florida The current $23,000 homestead exemption In Charlottesville and grew up to Lov- : 'i'
Borrowed Books.. ]1 Legislature who last term beat back a limit did more damage to ingston. 9
A Tug of War? There are several warrants out for serious challenge by Lee Drawdy. ,
The BHS student council has students who supposedly borrowed Mrs. Irvine is a newcomer to state ,
created another unusual vay for the books from the library. jolitics: but lias an extensive :
classes to earn points for the Class-of- Any student who has an the-Year competition. It will he pull book Is'asked to return H to the the Republican Party, of which she is Family Designers
and tug as the classes will battle it out library The teachers have been currently the Clay County State Com- :, "
this time in a Tug of War contest.Thecontestwillbel7eldMar. issued a list of these students and they' n nittewoman. 144 W. Call St. .. 964-7303 + Starke )> .
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roster of participants. Deadline is February Specials "
Mar. 12.Team. care about what happens with and RON DENMARK INSURANCE
around your school by stating your Offered
stuff 11Awards! I RepresentingHome j Exclusively By WENDY :
competition will be set up as '

follows Freshmen.:, Seniors Sophomores tug tug against against Ceremony... '- Aufo (Life -Mobile Home Man, thru Thurs. Only HAIRCUTS "
The end of
the fourth six weeks is
Juniors the losers will tug it out for "
3rd and 4th place and the winners will near and an awards assembly has PERMS 7.00
tug it out for 1st and 2nd, 50 points will been set Mar. 22 to recognize outstan 964-71 071 Men
be given to the 1st place winner, 30 for ding achievements and awards earned $00
second, 20 for third, and 10 for fourth. during this period. It will be held 1 '
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Good luck to all teams!III?! during to,1st attend.period and everyone is invited I 21?7 N Jempla U.S. 301 N. Stark Women

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"A Celebration of Black History drive In Duval County. ': : t{f and poll taxes:Such tactics were ruled I
Month" took place when some 125 "A vote not cast is a vote againstthe unconstitutional by the U.S.
celebrants gathered In fellowship at a Democratic system' Pearson Supreme Court. But Pearson pointedout .
dinner in the National Guard Armory told the group that didn't stop the state, which
on Edwards Road,'and finished off a The evolution of the absolute denialof began private club political parties.In .
/ big meal with a dessert of "Mary Me- the black man in the voting booth to

.' Cleod Bethune" pie. the Voting Rights Act of 1964,(was 1944 Pearson said, the right to ,
"! Guests paid $5 per plate to be enter- recalled by speaker Pearson, who vote in the UJS. was ruled protectedby I f
.. /: tained'Saturday night, Feb. 25 by outlined the Negro's struggle for the the U.S. Supreme Court.:
I such notable talents as Rennie Lennon ballot and other rights. accorded Still, the states used tactics such as
J r j : .,J J JLA Alice Hudson 'and Willie Mae whites. election rules'I for 'which blacks
$ w Jy r" ',:,[y';, Ii"':'. ., Randolph. Participants also heard a The first attack on the discnfran- couldn't qualify and literacy testa.
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", I : ',' '.. blacks Into the voting booth, watcheda white lawyer Morefield Story. Pearson Most good was done by the Voting
.' ('w Ted Brown television program said Negroes were not descendants Rights Act of 1965 which suspended
', '. about the struggle for the black to be, of free holders because literacy tests, sent federal examinersto
franchised, and sang "Lift Ev'ry forebears were slaves, and white laws see that elections were carried out
Voice and Sing," the national Negro made it impossible for Negroes to be properly,demanded the U.S.attorney
I' Aja hymn. A. special treat Was given by qualified to vote. general to Initiate'suits for poll tax
k Mrs. Zeporah Barber who told the violations,and extended criminal and
ri history .of the hymn "Amazing In 1920 the 19th amendment to the legal protection to elections,
;ti ;; Grace," and sang the old version. U.S. Constitution was passed giving And, in 1968 the U.S. Supreme Court
"Voting by' secret ballot is the women the right to vote. But there ruled the poll tax violated the 14
keystone of our Democratic system," were till 5.5 million blacks who Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
said Lloyd Pearson 'a civil rights weren't allowed to vote. Since 1966 there has been practically
leader from Jacksonville,. now After that, blacks were kept from no resistance to blacks voting,
heading up a NAArr- the voting booth hv white primaries Pearson told the Starke crowd
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Almunl of bethune Cookman Col- thing! for the area, and might even neighboring' residential!" property. day, March 5, meeting at 10 a.m.
lege at the program for Black History result in gaining more attention from 'Emery also questioned the heavy
Month at the National Guard armory law enforcement officers and other parking and traffic demands brought
Saturday night, Feb. 25, were (l-r) + services. provided by Bradford COUllon by the commercial development, Barber Shop OK'd
speaker Lloyd Pearson Bernard ty.; and possible drainage problems causIn Lincoln City
Brown. Hardwick Taylor. Cynthia Bud Emery, developer of Lake ed by excess water running from the'
In another the board
Ross, Mrs. Elizabeth Walker; Geneva Estates across SR-21 just norcommercial area through his nearby matter approved
Clarence DeSue Mrs Beulah Lennon theast of the proposed PUD,,said he residential-condominium'' develop a request by' Margaret P.
Aaron to of her
rezone part
and Carolyn Spooner. was concerned with the commercial ment. property
phase of, the project which he said The PUD proposal I will be heard by in barber shop. ,to allow operation of a
would "not enhance" the value of a the County Commission at its Mon-



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Vote, Blacks Urged... Conservation. : ... Starke & Keystone

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Black History Month speaker Lloyd (from page I'At I March' 5 & 6
Pearson, right, of Jacksonville, is I rROrnC
greeted by Jimmy Scott of Lawtey, STARKE
president the Bradford NAACP which would preempt DuPont from M'W T' TH
Chapter. VotePearson all local regulations.
urged local 0:10.7TSpa: : 4-5
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blacks.' "We feel what will be covered here
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comfort out of state regulations."The In W T a TH
attorney said courts always are tell-
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I ,tion. Some local control Is needed, he
I Citizen's Advisory Comm. Meeting Set March 8 said. -, 8 weeks30
"I'm happy to see us as far as we UnBmrted Attendance
I are," said Harold Hill, president of Te ANY Or ALL Of ,

1 I A public system, including programming, 'Interested hearing the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Associat These Classess''ltaiwfMiliiS
, meeting of the Citizen'svisory / citizens voice tion. ''.Over- I1,- the ordinance looks 1
Committee of the Bradford organization, '''morale, Budgeting, their feelings as to the areas that need .
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&hoot Board Is ppl.Thursday;! facilities, busing andmuch morel '3 to::'be"studied:;'aBd';those:;;:conceim* pretty goodHill said He suggested .,. "II'" .. Register at Classes ..
alternative the rr
( '?T 8j at: 7:30 p.m. In t Libra. 1rh.,. ,: ',:,!>ayWilMM&rt'e Methodist l minister of .I which seem to be'most".pressing, says '. ,tie ringk but language never .,wavered during in long bis t'A'l-.i" ; J. < .. ,+ taf. OrCa0473.37a4:" I'
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ffrd High School | Chairman Langer. {<:- ?,, ? of- -' r'" ..-....'.. MaFgu'r "+ttcrslhaw,4131\ ",0'* r t\I. '
,This blue ribbon'committee composed Starke and chairman of the newly This will be the only public meeting3 rv.nMJjggrt propaeed-towi-the
Depending on state is wrong Beglni March 5
' of citizens from all of the formed committee.At before the committee establishes' IIytIllllIC ,11M:.
parts ,.lull said."This ordinance. in itself, FITNESS FOR FIFE M fi -10:45
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county has the momentous task of the March 8 meeting, the com- priorities for study, Langer states., .t:Should support itself" LOll.Ind.- Wommt Club Tulu OUa..X .
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, reviewing all aspects of the school mittee will be seeking input from the
, ; 1 public. The committee is ennpq sIly a Wetki/25
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Carts,candidate for Governor of Florida In ,fs
viewing the three-ring circuses non.'v 1916,led the Gainesville Sun to express the !

taking place in Iowa and New Hamp- "The point is not that this highly pro- following( editorial about his sanity: :111t!

shire, the American people must be fessional group may be wrong. The pro- "(n his speech in Gainesville last inn

beginning to wonder if this to blem is that its feeding on Wednesday night, Rev, Sidney J. Calls, ..-qat
is anyway judgements, candidate for Governor,stated that he had ,t ,
pick a presidential nominee who could the same polls and observations approach taken about every that of l bnl

possibly go on to become president of unanimity and thus dominate S.O.B. (he didn't abbreviate the words), /\

the most powerful nation on earth. the headlines, the news broadcasts and but would never take that. There were ''II'l
about 200 ladies ''n'the audience, and the l
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the daily political commentary. That, odeIts
When the political fortunes of can- use of such language in their presence wasa : :
didates are allowed to rise and fall on its turn, means that these judgementstend severe shock to even most ardent :

the voting whims of a handful of non- to". become self-fulfilling pro- supporters. I:1'g

representative voters, as in the case of phecies. "How any sane man could so far forget :

the Iowa caucuses and the New Hamp- Wicker thinks that potential l Glenn himself as to use! such vulgar language in .2j

shire J primaries( there's got to be voters in New Hampshire, for.example, is the beyond presence the of,ladies comprehension in a public of address decent, Anyone having a pig' they'; would like to ex- ''IbU)

something wrong with our system of. reading that he lost badly in Iowa, may people. change for a year's subscription to The .Jb

selection.As have turned their votes elsewhere. "Mr. Catts to said to have at one time Telegraph, please call our or lce. July, 1887. '').!'IUd

pointed out by political commen- Glenn was doubtless hurt by a poll, been confined in a hospital for the insane, ".I\ &d'{:

tator Tom Wicker politicians published in Iowa the Sunday before the and the only excuse the Sun can see for his flr.1'i bn4h
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asking this question since 1972 (the first show him slipping to fourth place. And equilibrium of mind." Gainesville Sun, Florida's New Electric'' Men's Hideous Haircuts "es.f

election year to combine lots of the damaging poll was based on the opinions Sept. 29, 1916. Chair Ready for Use Condemned by Editor'_ '

primaries and lots of television) and of only 66 "definite" caucus voters Pop Drinkers Liked Gas Florida's muchp: bllclzed electric chair It was the period just after World War| wand

1976, when federal campaign subsidies far too few to be a true reflection of So Bottler Doubled UpIn was substituted for the "gallows" by.an the young blades of the post-war'erafe.;'"
sentiment in that state. act of the legislature of 1923, which put an had come up with a "white sidewalls" '
added lots of candidates to the competi- June of 1917 DeWitt C. Jones had just end to legal hanging starting Jan 1, 1924. style of haircut that left the sides and backof
Wicker asks, "Why should Iowa and moved his soda-pop bottling works to the' the head completely bare,while the hair
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In issue ot 12 1924 TheTelegraph
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tion.Only 15 percent of Iowa's registered ,New Hampshire..wield such impor- northeast corner of Madison and Thompson announced. : on top,was long and slicked down. Follow..
tance in choosing a Democratic Streets, the building now occupied by. ing is|the Telegraph's opinion on the sub*'
Democrats bothered to vote in the because Vaughn Johnson Paneling,Center. "Florida's new electric chair is now ject, published July 4,1919: 1>,,:
presidential nominee? Only
caucuses and Senator Gary Hart received ready for business,
they come first, and because the press Besides Coca-Cola Mr. Jones was bottlIng ': "The weaker sex may get up some queer
only 15 percent of that 15 percent, and television with its kinds of carbonated "J.S. Butch, superintendent of the styles;but you must admit they have never
'particularly several other
and yet, because he was a distant called "Bludwlne" Raiford State Prison.,where the chair was perpetrated anything that looks as bed JKS._
runner-up to Walter Mondale, he sud- powerful impact on viewers, therefore beverages, including one since passed into placed after objections had been raised to one of these new-fangled he-haircuts that -
has
escalate the importance of these early which long its location in the Duval County Jail,has
denly became the media's man of the the realm of forgotten soft drinks. leave the back of the head looking plum;:?
basis ofa voters out of all proportion."The turned over to capital officials pictures of pale as compared with the roof, so that"..
hour in New the
Hampshire, on the chair showing it to be set up and in when you venture out on the street,.folks
handful of votes in Iowa. dangers are obvious, continues Apparently, some customers "got a readiness for use at any time now in carrying walking behind you get the impression that,'
Wicker A well-financed, well-known charge" from the highly carbonated out the state's laws." your neck runs up under your hat.
Neither New Hampshire nor Iowa can 'candidate close out the race before drinks;,for The Telegraph reported that,
"And
may removed your
with the chapeau
in the '-'Sln e many customers use such drinks Cypress 'Log UnearthedAt
considered states
be typical his real strength can be tested nation- mostly on account of the gas they contain, noble dome of thought, when viewed from1
American political spectrum, and wise..A lesser-known candidate with they,will be interested to know that by a 105-Foot DepthThe a distance looks something like a two-
would not seem suited for playing suchan fewer dollars may be eliminated beforehe process used by him Mr. Jones forces a other day when F.E. Chase was bore colored Easter egg, or as if Chief Rain-in-'fe-
influential role in presidential can demonstrate what may turn out double quantity of gas Into the bottles." ing an artesian well on the A.E.Wall place, the-Face or Billy-Dirty-Shirt had started'
politics. New Hampshire ranks only to be national appeal. Late just over the Clay County line, he struck a in to scalp you" and was called away beforehe !f.
powerful
42nd states in the union, with a This no doubt caused'a lot of excess bur- cypress log at a depth.of 105 feet The finished. '(
among starters need'hardly even contemplatethe ping up and down Call Street and the wood, though very soft was still sound. w
population of slightly fewer than a race. And worse, the system in- editor.of thai day expressed hope that none The land in that section has time after time B.B.',Hopson contemplates the opening ,,,.-
million residents. Only one percent of evitably emphasizes the horse racewho's of Mr.Jones' customers would "blow their been covered by washings and landslides of a fashionable ice cream parlor in, the >;-
them are black or Hispanic, two of the ( winning?? ) rather than issues lops" after drinking a couple of bottles of from Trail Ridge,the",*backbone of Florida.: near future. June 1914 ':
minorities that swing his double-charged Coca-Colas. Sept. 16, 1921.
play important and qualifications (who's the most .

roles in every presidential election. reliable horse for all seasons?) .IfT
New Hampshire is dominated by '
Wicker concludes:. "Still, the main :81)2)
nation that leans
in a By&lIlIyTaylor
Republicans Notebook_ .Iil
toward Democrats, and has practicallyno problem lies with press and broad- County Agent's '' County Agent 'l'I.I)81l Sul&!
inflated of
whose
casters presentations
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world's
agriculture in the largest If you're raising your own transplants,, a4
food-producing country. these minor early tests project them in- ''Seeds or transplants? Which to use, is a Gardening,with Transplants they should be ready for the garden when ,tab ;
to' undeserved prominence and in'' very important decision for those planningto they're.four;. to six weeks old. Those yotf:J ad t I
Just' because they led in Iowa, does fluence. And for that, there's no defensein vegetable garden. You:, transplants l our.n ,t. seedbed. you'U ,S'uY""usually"are ready-to''set 'oufmWf8j\

not mean that Mondale or' Hart is the public's' right to know." can successfully produce vegetables with)Fr' :) \I """ gi ti 1ariy, ; rea AyiteeQ.oAy f tfmediately. ,It the seedlings are lnTtl JlIl1ll '
necessarily the best qualified candidate' ,' become I either But. seeds and.transplants'botb ft'::'! : t.yfti; yFieot the healthiest \:*dividual; efyllainers', '"friiisten'othe'* lroO;
to run the nation. ',Of ,course not. says Since it has the custom in our have'their advantages and disadvantages. specimens. Iryou re buying transplants at before removing them. IF the transplants '(lib ,
'of these
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Mr. Wicker. Their victories meant only government to name a commission for And, )you should consider a garden center you can pick the best fromwhat's are growing' In peat pellets. Insert them'lo'N: 'f
any and all problems for which there is before' yoq make up your mind which will available..Ineither case, be sure directly into the soil. Don't try to remove*!*$( I
that they won the most delegates "in a no ready solution, why not a commis be best for you." : you choose only the strongest plants for the plants from the pellets. ''icq

small-population state that's not very sion to study a fairer and more This week "Ii discuss the pros and cons your garden The \)I'times to transplant are right lJo; ,
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representative the nation, one democratic of electing our president of starting vegetables with transplants.And It's easier to start from transplants after a (rain when it's cloudy or in the late, B
that probably will go Republican next way under the I'll offer some tips to help you get especially if,you only need a few. For a afternoon. Handle the plants gently, ana,',,
sad but that
is
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the transplants ,off 'to a good start your or'very !
November. It also meant that window-box, or container garden, a don't press the soil too tightly around thtuqb
media will also elevate them to the front present system, one of our greatest garden. small garden patch using roots. After setting each plant carefully orlT! '
ranks of contenders, and ignore those presidents, Abraham Lincoln, may not 'One advantage transplants'offer is an transplants is much more practical than pour a l little water into the hole to settle the j'ae
have been able to pass television's acid early start. Transplants are grown allow starling from seeds. And, by using soil. Then cover the wet area with dry soil/J 14101: '.
who might be just as qualified, or tests of good looks, oratorical speaking tected seed flats or seedbeds. These transplants you can minimize seeding to reduce evaporation. "M
perhaps moreso. the seeds to germinate under the best possible decay problems. Diseases'' are easier to To give apply, h ,
start
voice and transplants a quick
personal charisma. ;
conditions. Also seeds in flats can be control,in* seed Oat than in the garden. ,
Senator Hart had been dismissed as three attributes today ,to is a starter fertilizer solution. You can buy
weather .really
necessary started before the .
also-ran for most of last but The main disadvantage in using these ready mixed, or you can make your "I
an year: make it to the White House. suitable for planting directly In the
transplants is that the cost would mount up own. For best results, mix one or two '
was elevated to being a .serious ,con Until some changes are made in the garden. So.'whelher. you grow' 'your own quickly if you bought seedlings for a large tablespoons of a high phosphate fertilizer, J
tender on the strength of 15 percent of transplants,, or buy them 'at a garden Also: are'hard like ,,
such Reuben garden. some' crops. to something a 10-50-10, In a gallon t3 ;
as ahead of
worthy men weeks
system, center, you'll be several .
the votes of about 89,000 Iowa transplant successfully. For" example, water. Or you 'can use an ordinary all ,i
Democrats. John Glenn, who at one Askew, Fritz Hollings, and Alan gardeners who 1'start" with- seeds, beans, corn, cucumbers. and turnips do purpose fertilizer, like a 6-8-8 or 101010. ,
time was regarded as Mr. Mondale's Cranston, will continue to be voices cry Using transplants allows:you'to choose better if they're started from' seeds Just potir about a pint of the mixture into \

chief opponent'was virtually consigned ,ing in the wilderness 'and :'television only\ the beat plants. 1(,. you're raising planted, in the'garden." -. v each hqle: as you set the plants.. .IM,I"

"to the slag heap of history," becausehe showmanship simply because"' they ; I \ ,c
minus household 'name-
fewer votes in Iowa than ex started out 'DM
won recognition and were therefore',,never ''Food ( 1 \
pected. Surplus Distribution Thursday! ; Friday 1M "
given an even break: to present their Genealogy anal
Wicker asks the question:: "Crowned, i '
Ideas. IlJI''''
and milk will be RJE school,building,:9 8.m"to 4 p.m. .
Not butter !
elevated, and consigned by whom? Cheese honey .
yitd
elect President? Thursday March' 1. Pleasant Grove Workshop '
A better way to a distributed by the Suwannee River ":,
Iowa's Democratic voters
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really by There has to be and until one is found, Economic Council toqualified clients in Methodist Church.Speedville, 9 a.m. to 4 \ fens
but rather by news reporters for press Bradford ,County Thursday and Friday. p.m: Set for'' LibraryAnother ,
for the nationis :
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a lot of worthy leadership 'iJt1Q'
and Thursday and Friday,, March ),2, .
and television, and by the pundits March 1 and 2.. : ", jflt ,"
down the drain.
poll-takers who feed reporters informa- going The first day of distribution Is for clients Recreation,Center, Lawtey. (MiddleburgRoad I i I mm
and those ), 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
who are physically handicapped. o'4 1i'11.O'll'
Genealogical
a \
Thursday March 1, Hampton City Hall
of who otherwise meet '
over 60 years age Workshop for beginners will ji
guidelines., persons not in.this"category for disabled and over' 60,11 a.m. to 3 p.m. be held on two successive ., ,OattnO
I Governors Frustrated By Reagan are asked; to wait for the regular distribu-- Friday distribution, ,March Hampton; to 3 City Hall Mondays, March 12 and '
: ,regular a.m. p.m.
tion date. ::'" I March l', from to 7-.30 p.m.
Friday,March 2, Brooker Fire Station
Distribution times and places. will be as at. the Bradford .
County( i )
regular distribution; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1'(
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Members of the National Governors non-defense spending in his second follows Thursday:" March i,' for' 'disabled and Food stamp cards will no longer be accepted Library, ';. ;lad

Association expressed a keen sense of term, rather than by raising taxes now over 60, at RJE school building 9 a.m.too for',surplus distributions; only,let' ((Arnold i .Weeks; librarian '" ;J
tellthe
frustration following a budget and he apparently doesn't plan to p.m._ ,ten of,determination, which are Issued will conduct the daises which '1 '
i discussion session with President public how,he would use that man- :Friday ,March: 2. regular l distribution. "cepted.each time client Is" recertified will be ac will 'include: organization of lit?
date after he it. family record, beginning, IsiA
gets
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where the
Reagan Monday, they urged family, research,. research '19(11naq
President for quick action toward This strategy represents a big gamblefor the Editor 'tools.. and the, research pro 1 '
I reducing the anticipated $180 billion Mr. Reagan, and the nation-in fact, Letters to. ,' cess.Special Interests of class A
deficit. it has been called "betting the store" by members will also be Included ri
RetainPrayer Wasbl ,ton, D.C. 20510. In''the 'i'IG
; program >'
to
They pointed out that 44 states have some of his own economic advisers. Help : '. Mary Goltare,Ph.964-2196 I .
already raised taxes and 43 have cut That is, "betting the store" against a In Public;Schools 4101 W.Call,Starke Registration Ute classes "", I!fiX 8aiU-
roll-of-dice chance that the economy Have t-tver wondered,when in'the isllmlted. Reserllonn may ,L
and the President and '
spending, urged New Owners, WPXE "
world this Nation would come to its senses be made by calling the : .
will 'continue unabated growth in 'the moo
the Congress to get their act together schools in Assisting -
and restore prayer and' move to preserve, the ,financial ,out-years an extremely long shotfpr and get tllitlnaticm back to> the>basic principles Community Projects 'CUB

solvency of the nation.: which there is no guarantee. for which It was founded?Now is the Dear Editor 5., There will be a '$2 charge to '", "M

Governors are taking this emergencymore nut'the Governors'know that Miv time you can'..do something to show your. The Xiwanls Club" of Starke recently had ''cover costs of class materials,, c tt,,, ,,1d"J!

Reagan could'face dangerous political concern", the and'- dial \ Day, to"raise funds for their .
seriously' than the Federal Please fek''UP phone may a_.IIIf
if rise at ask to the office local projects.- their:own in- ," ... -
risks interest rates (as they are to speak
government, where we continue to'et "'
Sonof illative,WPXE:came and did live remotes
Chiles and Paula I:
Lawton
nothing but'rhetoric 'on the executive present). 'and, the economy slows of our and ask, them to please support and gave,a.waYlIiftav, This increased the ,7 Clay moo) ,

and legislative level, it was charged. because of extensive Treasury borrow. the Hawkins Prayer in'PubliC School AmendmentThe number of dinners; sold and funds raised'for Bonds t* lie :Topic
s their' with Mr. ing to cover the deficit. March S, our projects: ,
Following meeting vote In the Senate comas up '
Dickersoa At KLPOA !
and have }
Mr: !Supper
since
Ever :
write to send thema ,
Reagan, one spokesman for the.Governors These uncertainties in .Mr. rReagan'sbudget If you would prefer to 1 taken over as new owners of WPXE there ,
:
address them
said, "We got the sense that the Ad- scenario and the risk of"bettingthe telegram <.please as. has been a new interest in being Involved ,Jesse Clay P.County TyncB, and School Sandra Superintendent McCradten
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ministration is not really serious about store" against continued economic follows'Sen: Lawton Chiles r U.S., Senate, :437 with and helping to f Improve the quality of Assistant Superintendent for Business Af'
with the looming total debt of for the Washington, life in"our area. Mass media can help in so fairs will be
dealing recovery are reason enough' Rusted Senate Office Bldg., ?when'it'la concerned with the guest speakers at the Early
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$1.2 trillion, and an underlying interest Governors', insistence that the Presi- p.c..2Oe0 \: ", many 'ti'18 The new owners, Sprtntf Covered pish Supper meeting of
1.'... \l.S., senatetea ,.. corslmu ytt'services. tile KfegMey Lake ProiIertY'Owners An.,
billion reduce .Sen.
payment of $10 annually. dent and the Congress act now to shoMld be thanked for doing just t.4WD ,.
d4rJII''l/CJiU :
W p :"nillht,March 2,in the Civic Center. '
.Evidently*.'it became? crystal(clear.fo; .the,deficit.,:-.pot, ,,next. year '' ; House el Repre en-, 11. l ivrade pf Btartoei' eRkfahWU dtscirsOtepropas-

the Governors that Mr. Reagan plans,to' "It's no longer a hliitir of "YOlJ'JMlt. tattves.-..;..., _v lililoysa Office Bldg.* .. __._.. __ '> _-'___ .-. ed Clay County school bend blame
do only one thing about the deficit:wait your gun down:first; ;aNA then I'll; t'mine'down -" .Thore will be a social hour tram otITW: 7h.lw

until after,JJw November elt.'CtionS."Ac.o: ,"'said one Governor regarding ;;, : ., with dinner nerved from 7 to$.the

cording 4o his aides, the, ,President's 'the deficit reducing stalemate. ;*aehool pn lots.:will speak.at. o'oteck.

&tn'ltegywilf' be to appeal to voters for a, ween;' ,the President and Coagroea.. JvAti haemhers'are'1: Invited, to attend wind.
mandate to trim the deficit slashing '"We've to act'together i-'now\\'" 'In-, ; ; 'bring.. .. gue vr ,
,, -, got The (Jrtftetf :, 1a, more .radios ,than any }}odor! country, :the rvorM:1 .J

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I Saturday. March 3

I II Twelve hundred /
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nual Azalea Sale '

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engagements safe7,will be. held at the at
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1"111(vsl TKI.KCUANI: March I I. !lim

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VI D Births .1, ': t. ; ",' ".':) t, Uncle I Phil Is Coming: !..., :} nt; ( )\
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'KeV.Vhtl Appenzeller, "Ilncie Phil", aS the children'call bip'will be at"" : ,

Stephen Allen Dennis,* : @t Hwy. 16 and. .Weldon' ....S'$< Ol\Sunday. ..1:.:,
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f; ,-Dennis Mei",4)oughMnrbhSBTd4fl>.i ightly. j J \ '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert'E: of ; and will be featuring his "partner" .

Hampton announce the birth of a son, ,"';,(-' Seymore; .along with Seyrwore's brother, Sampson, and Gomez,,,'who, Is
Stephen Allen born Jan. 23: in Orange {:r.: "fresb from the farm". "
Park Hospital. lIe joins a brother, ,,' Pastor Watson invites everyone to attend as it is a time for the whole family
Robert Dennis, III, age 3. 4"1 < .,
Maternal grandparents are Mrs.
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Linda Thomas of Starke and James 1 Did You Know I
Thomas of Waldo and great grand- .tl v Capt. and Mrs John Myers of Tee,I*
mother is Mrs. Velma Copeland of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian '' questa were last Tuesday and '
Waldo. Paternal grandparents are returned Sunday from three weeks Wednesday guests of{Mr:,.and Mrs,;" ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert.Dennis, Sr. of !, III camping at Crescent Lake Jerry Moran atKingsley Lake

} 4n Mrs.Hampton Gene and Welsenford great grandmother of Palmento.is Mr.and Mrs., 'Benson!4 McFarland of visiting Mrs: Cherry relatives Watana in ;Theiland who has been for.I;;!

Did You Know...... .. ur Booth Bay Harber, Maine spent Mrs.Friday several months arrived Monday toy)
:: cousin,
their
with
to Sunday
of i visit her daughter, Mrs. Sue Su.-,,.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ricks
Florissant Mo. visitorsof Flossie Prescott.-- ..w- .. dusadee, and children, for an, I in-ii*
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Mrs. L.H:Gibson. definite stay. ;*..
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Linda Carkln
Larry Mosley
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE

Linda R. Carkln.

Larry E. Moslay liARCH .J

To Wed March 2 ,

The wedding of Linda R. Carkln,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Canon of Starke, and Larry E. .
Mosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E.
Mosley of Starke, will take place at INTO SAVINCS ,
the home of the groom's parents on
Friday, March 2, at 8 p.m.
The couple are both employed at ,
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Stork Young Shower Couple Honors 50 MILLION T. ( vxmgtlwnwv' '.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams were complimented a
at a couples stork shower
Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Prescriptions a year fj? ::
Clyde Sinclair on E. Call street given :,
by Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark, Mr. .
and Mrs. Bobby Autry, Mr. and Mrs. is a lot of trust. i
Freeman Register, III, Mr. and Mrs. ,'"
Johnny Torode, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy See for yourself why more people trust Eckerd to fill their prescriptions. :r
: Chastain,Mr.and Mrs.Spyros Drivas
and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Futch.
Guests were greeted at the door by DOVE 'tfk:
Mrs. Chastain and Mrs. Adams. PLANTERS
: The refreshment table was covered n BATHSIZEiV'
I with a linen and lace cloth and ASPIRIN COCKTAIL /
I centered with a cake made of diapers. PEANUTS SOAP Ir170L

1 t Silver of appointments hors d'oeuvers held and an beverages assortment : ) REVLON FLEX TABLETS .... 7.06 4.73-OZ. B.B. 890 :

t were served in the sun room. BALSAM & PROTEINSHAMPOO SHAMPOO or aonu 0. 100 \
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I i were Two placed fresh at flower vantage arrangements points 'in the orCONDITIONER CONDITIONER ; ._ 169 5 9 .... 1'1)1')

: Florida room and living room. 4911- '
: The hosts presented the couple with H 1HZ. b }:
a high chair as a memento of the oc 157
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casion. .'.......,,,,',
Fifty guests attended between the 119 Limit 2 Z III .:-::::: .W'
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: hours of 8 and 10 p.m. FLEX
Compare to Revlon Flex. 1:5: LEAF SPECKLED
,; Did You Know............ / Limit 2 ::::";:;;;; Or sco. PUREX LAUNDRY 21"COVERED SQUARE r "

SPECKLED :\ "
: Mrs. R.P. McLendon is visiting her _' \ DETERGENT- GRILL j '

t dauRhter-in-law, Mrs. James McLen- EGGS .%" s \ p' R... ,..> .*.IOMo .. ....,... ,'
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don, and family in Blowing Rock, EXTRA-STRENGTH K99. to 1.09 ;a
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ENTIRE STOCK OF 09 99'' ':;:
i N.C. TYLENOL AZIZA .4 ..,>}..,
SOCAPSUIBS .
James Miller Jacksonville and ,,21tilf :

1. Rick Hornof UF were Sunday visitors" ',' 29 COSMETICS'r, q.. } Cl YN iS1ON M ru J 1 a 12'" ;q.O: t 4 ,: ,
of'Mt.: and Mr8. .George MlUet: Nabisco-eggs. Limit 2 BOXED PEDESTAL ....ri' -

I i Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thompson and limit 1 OFF L'ECCS CARDS t HIBACHI
Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith and REGULAR, PANTYHOSE ... .... to ... wr.. Wtttt PRIR IRO TOMS .
I daughter, Terri, attended the con-, PRICES % ',. .... 17.9 e < ",
: secration service for the new building POLIDENT o /99
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j of Grace United Methodist Church in DENTURE MOD IIIICa OFF JIOII 1299 ,J "
ARTIFICIAL
Gainesville on Sunday. CLEANSER REGULAR Limit 2SCRIPTO .
40TABLCTS LASHES .J M
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Mrs. Marian Brown returned to her ASSOBTID SHAMS FAMILY
: home in Lincoln 111. on Wednesdayafter 139 559. 1.7e PLASTIC MINICATCHALL ERASABLE 12-OUART .., :!,
a weeks visit with Mrs. L.H. 0 ODD PENS. i COOLER '
Gibson. Limit 1 179 .... .... PACK 01' S i OM .... 1....

Rev. Warren Langer attended a In- L= fio:4: 2" IIDDDOOD R5..7 pIL 1 099 '1
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stitute on Preaching in Leesburg gjITj:3Iffirn: [ : 99
Monday to Wednesday.Mrs. PEPSODENT or !V -- 1 TUSSIN 6I gjl5lm: ::
COLCATE COUGH FORMULA HoOK' !lrnmmEm: ::! -iI'r'x 50'
Guy Sale and Mrs. W.B. Mun- TOOTHBRUSHES .4I .' HOOK- DUTCH MASTER REINFORCED: t
dy spent Wednesday and Thursdaywith 4-OZ.9 (: PRESIDENT Eshh. : '.
.. GARDEN
Miss Jean Mundy In Tallahassee / 9 1111 NOOK N
2 SSC 1 CIGARS -
with Miss Mundy returning with I FOR .ptAsnc... 1." TWIN S-MCK -:::;; #HOSE 1103
them. On Friday Miss Mundy flew to .
Compare toRobitussin.
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tend the National Therapeutic and iL 1,4 169 19"9 j

.; Parks convention of which she was 9 .., ,
elected president for 1984. tIl23
DePREE ---
r. 'I SELECTED RUBBERMAID.
: Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp was given a surprise BEACH GLO ANTACID rs'.rr. HOUSEHOLD ,SILOSHAPEDa.oz.229 '
: birthday, covered dish dinner LOTION or OIL 12-02. GADGETS FEEDER QUAKER STATE

: Monday night at her home with the 30% 40% MOTOR OIL
immediate family attending. 129 TO ::::'? .
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Off REGULAR $ R L f"
: Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish have Compare to Maalox ,, PRICES 449 ;' I.
: moved into their new home on Debra Limit 2 Selection may vary 89'"
street in Green Acres. by store. Holds 2lbs.

BAUSCH & LOMB SYLVANIA of seed
Limit
Mr. and Mrs. J.H.Moncrief visited .. 6
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I Mr. and Mrs. R.W Underill in In- E.T. CHILDREN'S SENSITIVE. s na' INSIDE FROST
dialantic Thursday to Monday and attended CHEWABLE -: EYES Or REGULAR: F.rE1I LIGHT VALIANT
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BASF GO-MiN.BLANK
I the rodeo in Kissimmee on VITAMINS SALINE ads"' BULBS TRAVEL IRON .
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Saturday.Mr. 'orruo* soR8CULAM SOLUTION SO. TS a100WATTS r231er '
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and Mrs. Lewis Rutland and says 2.00 cl 60
:, children of Winter Park spent the 99 j 159 .41.i..159 : ..58. .. .1149' ,
weekend with her parents, Mr. and 3 __ ,....
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Mrs T.B. Rahn. .. : Folding, handle.

Ben Rowland returned Tuesday _
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eye'.surgery """ "" ".0'1" "
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Mrs. Doris Lamb and Mrs. John a
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: Crews attended the 26th surprise anniversary ;
: dinner recently for Mr.and : g ; AL
: Mrs. Daryl Brewer' at Lake Alto 1" O"

Estates. The honored couple were ,.
given a hot food electric server. la .. M' 1 KodacIr V1f11-
honor of the occasion. i 'O
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Mr and' Mrs. R.O. Dansby and tuTT AM/FM KEYTR ONICS 3-SPEED FAN '" I
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and Mrs. Harold Crews visited Mrs. ="" '
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Carrie- a Nursing ilAL null
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family of Gainesville spent the a1Q:: 6' 988 Ite.. ..... 'ill. .t.f.r. In Rebate' MaC 011 2' PACK 011 i '
weekend with her parents, Mr. and 4488-..... '" 7a-foot range. '' 5 99 onvosums, 149 R.9. 1. ... ;
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The Fellowship Hall of the First Laurie Mullins, 'met the youth and entertainment: by the Lollipops!
United Methodist Church was the letting presided over the fun filled evening 'Elvis,' 'Purple People Eater, and'the -
for., the annual Youth Banquet with SO's music playing on the juke 'Fonz' all introduced by. emcee
Sunday night using the SO's Theme. box.The Wild Man Jim.Participating. PHOTO ALBUMSBy
Approximately SO youth and their banquet was under the direction -
guests came in the dress of the period. of Oletta Hardenbrook and her in'' the evening
The motif was carried out by Nancy crew of outdoor chefs, Don Harden- preparations were members of the ,Style Craft
Roberts who used paper streamers brook, Harry Green and John Smith; United Methodist Women, Jim,
throughout the room: Large paper ,and salad chef Eoline Green. The Womack Bonnie Durbln Carole
flowers decorated the Individual' menu was Bar-B-Que spareribs, corn Stevenson; Phyllis Carver, Mabel Kitchen Write-On Wipe-Off
tables which were centered with ice on the corn, baked potato, French! Green, Andrea Waterhouse. Carmen
-cream' soda' holding two straws. bread salad bar and choice of Eaves,.Mary Agnes Ferguson, Leslie
Each girl received a paper flower for dessert.A Simmons Dennie George, Bill :. MEMO BOARDS
her hair or blouse. takeoff on the Ed Sullivan show McRae' Rev. Warren Langer and ,
Chairman of Campus Ministry wan the highlight of the evening with Carolyn Eaves. r


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-Qplgre I 4!t\f\ :Pga I "'. predates the support of all who made !: ''
4GH-J.is, their chicken dinner benefit held last Elizabeth Griffin. ; Meng over the weekend.Scoggins : Gainesville are the proud parents of a will hold a meeting at the school .
Saturday in the City Hall .10 .successfuL Visitors. :.,-I< Family Hosts baby boy Cole Robert Booth. He was tonight, March 1'', at 7:30 p.m. All interested
ThtiberWol, es'Yatd Sale., Proceeds of this project went '' "('t t born at Shand's Hospital on Feb. 22, parents and: friends. *rtnvited -
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Bill Overholser of.Indianapolis ; Birthday -? -f tT 't
The Bradford County Timber- to the March of Dimes and local fire ',;f,'. Party weighing 9 Ibs. 1 oz. to attend. 't
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rowe of Muncle ,/ Paternal Robert New'' .Students students,
wolves: 1LClub.wUl8ponpor a yard department. "' / Mr. and MrsRandy! Scoggins grandparents are : Among
sale,thia weekend, Saturday and.Sun-, Ind., spent several days last week "',;,.honored Mrs. Carolyn Hunter on the Booth of Melrose and Judy Bauer. of, recently enrolling in the school:are''.
New Arrival.. with Mrs. ,
and Mr. "
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day .March. 2 and 3, beginning Mary 'i 'occasion of her Feb.24th birthday at a Texas. Zllena Wynn and Renee Wynn:In,' >
a.m. each day. The isle will t ape. Kevin and Patricia Meng of Hampton and Mrs. Connie Clark and family on, ," party held in their home for other Maternal grandparents are John kindergarten, Theresa Wilson-* in' .
in Hampton near the j unction; of Lake proudly announce the birthof Hampton Lake. family members. Also attending the Flythe Georgia and Janet Flythe of fourth grade from Lake Butler,and .
Mr. and
Mrs. Joe of
SR-is. and SR-2: ?*, Store.Proceeds will go to the was born Feb. 27 at Alachua General Thomasville, Ga spent the weekend Thomasville, Ga., Mr and Mrs. is William E. Lahn of Hamp Williston in seventh grade. vSupor '
Hampton. Volunteer Fire ,Pepart- Hospital, weighing 8 Ibs, 7 oz. and with his family and friends in the Eugene Meng of Toledo. Ohio, Mr. ton. Mr. Lahn is especially happy .PE Students: Those named '
ment. Call Loh Williamson or any measuring 19 inches. He Joins area. and Mrs. Allen Kent of Orange Park. because his great grandson arrived Super PE students for the week Feb..
other(member of the CB Club regarding Christina Marie, who is 16 months. Toledo Mr. ,and Ohio,Mrs Eugene the weekend Meng with of and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Meng of on his birthday I 13-17., were: David Grady, )ElaineRhooen .
donations or any other.Informa Paternal grandparents are Francis the Paul Meng spent and Francis Meng Keystone Heights. Hampton Elem. School Chris Brown Dewey Me
Clellan Mark Crawford Macey, \
tion.Woman's and Maternal Dolores grandparents Meng of Hampton are George Lake. families. New Arrival... News........ Rhoden,',Angle, Truett and Donna
Mrs Dean Stinson and
Club Grateful.. Griffin of Clearwater and the late Michelle, visited Mr.and Mrs.daughter Martin Robert and Penny Flythe Booth of PTA Meeting: The Hampton PTA_ Peeples. > \ '
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News. of RecordThe ./ UbeEdy .

following marriages were Easy to wind Sweepstakes ,
dissolved in Bradford County during ,. WSrowsrsFiintoplay ,
the month of February according to ,t .
the records of the court. .' ,> "

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Ronnie L. Button and Donna G,But ... Easy to follow rules on your ".
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Welhelmina Petteway and Garrett
B. Petteway. coos CHART

Ernest W. Mote III and Rose. Mary OODSI__t,IM4 S
Mote. ',:':' 'To; oorIoT'; : :;

Rifici.Marjorie A. Rifici\ and. 'James W. /' IN CAST{ PRIZES! It. Jt,;

Robert James and Liza A. N w
Newton\ FlItS PRIZE w..wwht, .
Newton.. 4
Brenda M: Ramero and Santiago 's t- IN OUR ,. -
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Jeffery A.,Bennett and Stephanie G.
Bennett.. .
Donald W.. Roth ,and ,Brenda J, 1 THRU WEDCOMPARE ., MAR. 7, 1914. !
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Gladys L. Sheppard and Joe L.

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James F. Thomas and Pamela B. BUY
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Raymond Gallagher and Joyce
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Ray Silcox and Vernell Silcox. a
Russell R. Thomas and Betty Faye
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Mitchell) Anderson and Charlotte! B. wrMK
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Frankie E. Wood and Darlene N. u
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Jimmy K White and Joan J. White.
Walter C. Little And Robbin Lynn
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''Marion D.Gassett and Billie Jean r r 1
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Jimmy W. Clark, Jr. and Esther D.
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Elbert T.Goins and Susan R.Goins.
Larry D. Cochran and Elizabeth H. wnusmnua
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Roy E. Frederick and Sharon Gail -
Frederick.
John A. Roman and Wanda Roman. venue Mir
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Lood ManagementProving Successfulfor Hawaiian FLAVORS Punch -. .' 69 el k y Peas; .. 3/89 JUtCY Fla. Grapefruit 5/*1 CAUPORMA od Lemons 1219* .

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Clay Electric Qlamorene'' ':' ..-89* Porky Beans. 'asJUNBBOYOWEET 3".it. YeHow OMOWNh. ta49* FshRBdShS .. ss 1"4-, : '

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Management operational in the program late summer became of Salad DeHtas ,,_ 99 Par Halves . ., .89' Pole Be... s '. 10 1059* Rutabagas f LB 25-, .

1982.Since that time,many thousandsof CRUSHED TOMATO,8ClUDPACKASIC1'N8H t. My' '. ". PACKED DALY 1lUTTl/ANUT00 ,
dollars have been saved in OR ITALIAN TOMATO_ gO- Kosher DHl '$120 Fresh Spinach -, '. == g9_ AcornSquash. .. LB 49_"' .'
wholesale power costs says Ed Ben- Progresso R1ADY -:tORANOe ,,,
nett,' Member &: Public Relations IBMON.APPLE PRUTT. PnEBH. FRESH 19
Director cooperative.for the non-profit CtEANCM Formula 4OO j ts 4ft- IINOW$1' "

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continue to need co-op members to '
sign-up for the particularlythose m ; -
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members within Clay, County ,sftw. ,. Q..Iiia7, ; I ei ; .c.T:
and the following general areas:
Melrose, Florahome, Satsuma, and B COKE DIET COKE e
I iMannville. The Load Management STAB, SPRITEREG.YOU PAY e Akr '

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. by phone Elizabeth 7H2-3300 Terry Personals;,. Wednesday afternoon ,%'4h. Mrs" 'I'.'. !!Starling. Mr. and Mrs, Royce Edwards and In the iris 4/5th grade Southsld ,I'',.
Hester Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell of PomiPano Mrs. Annette of Jacksonville defeated
Wiggins Stark Elewi.
win tbe
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Church Activities... her Mrs, Tom.asqy,of,Starke\visited!' We are sorry to repartthat.CecL' ,. ; Beach spent ,a few',day-.tw.itb i were Sunday dinner &1H 3 of their diyitton. In tM 6th grade 'Mf*.
First Baptist Church mother, Mot', Fred Moore, on Hardee isn't getting along'very welt. "' (their brother--law and sister. Mr, brother and steter-mlawrMr.; and Verunac's claw fefcatedBrooker and
observed the
Saturday afternoon. Let's land
continue to for him. Mrs
pray Earl Troxell. Mrs. B.L. Wilklson Jr. Mrs.
birthday in party for those who had birthdays Mrs. D.O. Brown visited her sister,, Mrs. Elsie Norman spent three i Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and her Sunday dinner guests of the Robert Lopet'a. class for a 6th padeeon.petitioo. ..
the month of February. Mrs. Walter Lott of Douglas, Ga., for days with her mother, Mrs. Llssle .daughter
Lees
They sang a birthday spent the weekend in were Rev. and Mrs. Delbert Nice weather and skilled team play
wmg and then the weekend.
Starling, in Jacksonville. Lakeland. .
served Mrs. Patricia Brown atMended King and family of Gainesville, and' made for a
different great day. Partldpaatrplayed .
and different drinks items of food' cakes Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. and Mrs. Genelle Underwood and son of the International Right of Way Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Edwards and with great excitement end
for al1. Angela and Sherrie attended the wed- Green Cove the
Grace United Springs spent Association, and Mrs. Wilma Wain- Aleck of Starke.iawtey'School. good sportsmanship. Coach Eddins .
Methodist Church ding of Cyndy Ivey, daughter of Mr. weekend with her mother and father; Wright visited her son and daughter. from Lawtey commented his '\
served an evening meal Sunday' and Mrs AI and Robert : Mr and Mrs. that in
in-law
Ivey, Brownof Earl Prevail. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wain- News... three of the \
honoring Mrs. years heeling tournament
Truby Wainwright who Green Cove Mrs.
Springs.. Lorettla Schmidt of Fort' and
iwrlaht family while there.
left for Health; Care Center In Mrs, O.J. Anders, was a Saturday Lauderdale spent the weekend with I Mrs. Dianne Mciparley brought her -Lawtey Elero. hosted the'annual of ,this year"was the best in term
Tallahassee on ; Feb. !: county speedball tournament Friday: skill exhibited by aU the schools A
Monday 20. guest of Mr. and Mrs Billy Anders, "George Roller, Sr. and ,'George I
There wiU be a Thrift Shop Sale at Sr. His mother helped him celebrate ,I Jr. son ',:., .*.' new from granddaughter; Brandt Leigh\ Feb. 10. Students from Brooker, special thanks to all the coaches for '
Grace United Jacksonville. Mrs. McCarley Hampton, Southside the good officiating and of the '
Methodist Church his birthday. Mr. and Mrs.''Robert Starling and- and Starke running .,
Saturday, March 3, in the Fellowship, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sibery and dinner of ,brought her home with her. Her Elementary schools participated.. In event
family
Hall. friends of Detroit Mich. were Sunday guest parents,Mr. and Mrs.J.P. McCarley, the boysVsth grade, Lawtey II won -The 7th grade classes held its elec
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spent their and (
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parents came later and spent the weekend. with a :3-0 record tion for the 7th l grade.superlatives.
i I Winners were as follows:
endBest All Mosley
ISa King; Moshool Spirit. ,
Stacey Jenkins and Sheila Tew; Most I
Likely to Succeed John Strickland I
and Kim Brewer; Wittiest, Michael I
E1Wumeir Anders and Christy Bedding Most :
Attractive, Eric Redding and Susan
w t Crawford; Most Athletic Kevin Sherman I
and Susan Peugh; Best Dressed
Rico Williams and.m: Strickland;


YouVe got to 'play in order' to win! and Most Students Denise Individual Waddell.and ataft Tommy'were Pomerleau happy to I!j 1,

have Cindy McDaniel return to school I f';'
after several weeks of being in the I
hospital. Welcome back,Cindy I
i : -CTBS tests will be given to all I
students in l grades K-7 March M.and
possibly on the Sth.This group of teats'
will show how'' much nroereea;you t
child has made In school I
Nichols Helen Mary Bonnie D.Neilaon David Mario A. James D. We are ask
.Perkins Hantsore Collins 1' Flnkelsteln. ii Puerto! HutcrtlneorvWON log that you,help us by being sure I
your child has two No. pencils sold
WON II WON II WON IWON/ I 'WON' in school store)?is weUrested".d I

'.$1000 $1OO, $1OO S1CO $100 ,51 $100, PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.. MAR.. present each day of the testing.
1 THRU WED.* MAR"1.19B4f -Welcome to Mrs. Carol Gnann !hi
the first grade. '
-Upcoming holidays will be March I
BONUS 23r Teacher Planning Day, and April '
:., ( :A CHPICE ,SOT 16-20, Spring Break.June 7 will be the
last.day of school for students '



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Starke''' is hosting the World Day of
COeonu. Prayer this Friday. March 2.The program -
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worm This annual celebration sponsoredin
put arr. the United States by Church
Women United unites women of faithin
some 5, United States and 170 countries
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COMPARE COMPARE COMPARE =H COMPARE THESe for mission by lay women of.. the'
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this service seeks to motivate not only
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Protestant lioman Catholic Orthodox ..
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make possible the mission of ChurchWomen
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continental Grants Program that
funds'national and international projects -'
in support of the empowermentof

women, (human rights' ,justice and
peace. '
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Starke will be at St.Edwards Catholic
: MVII ttr GAIEN GIANT SAwe'r. .. ..f Church at 11 1 a.m. t
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Bradford High runners competeted 71, :Orange Park 52, 'R.ibault'> 34, 400 motor run: /JRussoll) 53.05. new BHS Disc: Mann 90', Anderson 93'.
with heavy weight class 3A .and 4.A SIBishop) Kenny 29, 6)Woifson) -Bolles rocord 100 meter hurdles: 7)Hall) 23.00.
schools Saturday at the 13th Annual,, 25, 8)Fletcher) 20, Bradford) 10, 300 IMH: 8)HIII) 43.49. 100,meter run: Berber 14v39nJ>owllng
Saints Open Track and Field Meet at 10>Forest; 111Lee 8, }2)Paxon 2, 800 motor run: Sondors 3-13, McKlnnoy 16.68.
; Sandalwood High School in Jackson Girl's placings were as follows: 2:14, Brosoo 2:16, Jenkins 2:33: and 1600 meter run: 7)Fussoll) 6:22: new BHS
fist ,n l't; r ville. DRaines) 87, 2)Orange) Park 76, Farmer 2:47. record. ,
,, -, ; Five girl's records and six boy's 3)Forest) 43: 4Bishop Kenny 39, 1200 motor run: BJTonnant) 3:46.18. now 300 meter run: 6)Groon) 46.55, new BHS
records were broken during the meet. 5-6)Sandalwood-Wolfson) 22, 7Flet( \ BHS record; Cooper 4:08.8. ,'record ? .
p i.4 The girls team took eighth place in 10 cher ;20, 8Bradford( 12, 9)Terry( 200 motor dash: 2)lan) 22.36, BHS 300 meter LH: 5)HaIl61.20.L.) .
teams and the boys took ninth out of ,parker, iO) Lee 1. record; 7)Russall) 23.68 B. Lana 25.97. 800 meter run: 8)Dewltt) 2:57.77: ,
yFtr. l 12 teams. BHS was the only 2A school Hampton 26,68, 14)Roach) 3:21.53.: ,; .: .
competeting in the meet. BUS Hoys Results: 600 motor run; 8)Johnion) 1:41,43: new 1200 meter run: 4)Kimuts) 4:25.07, new "
% Thursday BHS runners will be pair -Shot Put: 6JHIII) ) 41'10, Stokes 39'6 Porll-! DHS record. BHS Record,
ticipating in the University City mont 36,'Mares 21'0. 3200 meter run:: 10)Tennant) 11:44.5. 200 meter run: Barber 31.68 Dowling
; 1 1 Relays beginning at 2 p.m., then Disc: 7)Stokes) 1106, Porlimont 93'0. new BHS record; 10)McKinnoy) 11:44.5': 33.40.
Tuesday host Keystone Heights at.the M res40'0. new record; 600 meter run: IOMann) 2:06.271': new
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Bradford High track. 110 meter hurdles 7)Hill) 17,50. BHS Record. ", ,
Y t Raines High School was the 100 meter dash: Lane 12.14, Johnson 3200 meter run: 3)Bogle) 13:37.80, newrecord
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..SriSr'i u dominate team taking first in 'both '12.15. Hampton 12.46. ,'. BItS (;Irl's Results: ; 5)Fusell) 13:59.1. Klmutf 14:27.5: ,
I classes. Boy's results were as. 300 meter runt! 3)lane) 36.32, n.w BHS Shot Put. : Mann 24'6; Anderson 24'10 Dewitt'! 14:53.2.:
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< tt Bradford High Iron Pumpers lied man. Tony Davis, Lonnie Hamilton' : Karon
with New Smyrna with 36 points each Mike Early Richard Mayben .andDonnie :

with for first Hawthorne.place in a three-way, match. Thornton., ? <;i' I Ij .k.BUS ." I j Muzral :

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Tornado Weightlifters are now an" ; L '
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}' even 4-4 on the season. Wednesday .
BHS had a meet in Keystone Heights,
;'rt w but the results were too late for press. Bench:Results Press! : ..' a recent survey of customers who got refunds, we found 3 out
s # + CJ-Cleart and Jerk: of 4 believed H&R Block got them bigger refunds than if they'd
prepared their own taxes. 3 out of 4.
This Friday will travel to Macclenny ->
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for a multi-team meet'Thls meetis
I similar to the state meet and I hope 1142)Coburn) .B-125 CJ-105; 3)Groy) What can we find for you?
this will enable the boys to be used to' 5.1151, CMOS..
the competiton." says WeightliftingCoach 123-.3)Jam.i) B-U5, CJ"145.
Jimmy Prevatt. 132- 2)Russell) B195. CJ-190.
20-20.... 163I I)Gorman B-260. CJ205. STARKE
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
)1813)Eorly) ,B-270. CJ195.
Curtis Thomas (left) and Daren Chandler (right go for the tip during the Only eight lifters will be going to ine:- 220- JJMayfcon) B-:3P5..C.t.J 95. 964 N. Temple Ave. Keystone Shops No.,3
,district! show down in Lake Butler last Thursday. night. Bradford lost.in.the Macclenny' meet. Jheyv.areChnc: 1( H,avyWolghtmhornton) B-230, 964- 286 '
flrt! round 61-51,1,0 the Union Tigers '''I ; ,' Coburn. Bretti'HuBBeUV' "CJ-23' "" : flk ** ,A.1,1 S ., 4 73.36 fit ,
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District 8, Class 2A TournamentA

are just some of [Natural-Cut {20-Piece Boiled
fourth quarter splurge by Union foul line and outside shooting put the James Johnson hit the last basket,
High bayietsvdleryO along with four Tigers and Tornadoes at a 24.24 tie for the Tigers in the third quarter Fries Shrimp Plate
ytruight missed foul shots, boostedthe with just seconds left in the half After that shot.. Bradford scored six
Tigers to a 64-54 win over Brad Cooper after a rebound, went up flip- straight points on two 20 footers, one .
ford High Thursday night in the first ped the ball to Chandler who shot ''each by from Chandler and Bellamyand +
round of the District 8, Class 2A tour from .seven feet out. The ball rolled two foul shots from ,,Mitchell to a. :.w
nament. around the, rim twice before finally put the Tornadoes one point in front .. '
The game was close from the beginning falling through to put the Tornadoesin 40-39 at the end of the third period.
until with 3:13: left in the game, front 26-24 at halftime.. >In the fourth quarter the Tigers
tl'c. Tigers hit nine straight points Curtis Thomas got the ball on the were hitting from everywhere. A [ flavorful french fries
within a minute to take a 58-48 lead. second half tip and went down for a frustrated Bradford defense couldn't taste better,they're also better
Daren Chandler and Sam Norman quick basket to tie the game 28-26. hold a fast breaking Tiger offense The potato skin is a valuable
struck back quick for the Tornadoeswith Cooper put up the next eight points for from the outside, under the basket, on | of vitamins and nutrients. Our new 20-Piece Boiled Shrimp date
two outside shots to close the BUS with three shots from under the lay ups. and from short distances. New and tastier peel n' eat shrimp,, !
to six points, 5852. gap basket and two foul 'shots but four Sparce scoring from the Tornadoes chilled and ready for dipping More of I
Chandler led the Tornadoes in scoring baskets from a hot Tiger offense edged allowed the Tiger score to run. up 64-54 them than ever before! |
with 24 points. the Tigers in front 39-34. by the end of the game Seafood

After two foul shots by the Tigers. Supreme
BUS had two opportunities at the > [Creamy
charity line. Hobert Bellamy missed
two foul shots then Simon Mitchell ,. Cole Slaw
missed two.Chandler. ;
added the last two pointsin t 1' [ H'r
the Tornadoe effort, putting the
Tigers In front 10 points, 6454. ;tf"L
In the firs('quarter Bellamy Hit the -
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first two baskets"for Bradford with a l OPENING SOONSouthern cool'and'delicious seafood
20) and 15 footer. Half way into the .t .
first period it was tied 44. f all on a bed of crisp lettuce: \ : ?
BITS therf hit six straight points :.> > light..iV the all new Seafood
from a 10) foot jump shot by Chandler, .. Supreme!. ',. ,
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a steal and basket and .
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two points from the line. -{ k than ever way Captain has come up
charity. by : + new
Herbie Cooper : with a of making it we knowyou'll
A 17 footer by Chandler was the last _; ( <; : love; ,'
basket scored by BUS in the .first Club; '
quarter. Two last second baskets by C
Villas
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,points 12-10 by end of the first period.A I ;: ? Banana fart
second-quarter battle from the \Y[ :
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All-Sports Club to'Meei.... ,: \ It was tough going'jn( ihe opening Shoening. ,
,rlacifOtd ..,' week for Brttdfortbd Wilfe,! it Ax.tbgithefirst j In the ixih inning isils tx U the lead' :
J'he Alhpertti-Clabwlll"jatet' ; : MOllday Igi.i, 'M.ir'ch 15 .at the three game!)!, '1-t when freshman Steve Jontyf, Hlbled,
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+ Weal4srn s..e. The meeU.., wW begia aU p.m. ,1.'' ;' In the season's'npenett-t lsl" l'riday.:? to left nld'and Welch singled, to right ,
1Vi II a.-m..iTbe. Winter Sparta'Banquet set for Manh'IS' at'th. Stark lhe'Tornadoeslost fI.2 then felt Holies to move Jones to third; carver was ;
.Golf and C/RLtltry Club..Spofta. that .W be noted are aaketb.u''wreatilflS> Saturday 9-0. 'tn the PalatU Invitational then'intentionally walked tJ'load the
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weightlifting. cross country and girls basketball. I Tournament Tuesday night based, halT then singled down the
., Details\ about the banquet will be in.a later issue of the 'Telegraph.; :V), BUS was edged out again by Bolles, left field 'line, knocking in. James

;i/t I n''; y ) : 'J"I'' Uilettime8I -8. -,, <,Welph: 'was t rowtrout at the plate. .
,. w, ,, .r' I ,I : ', .\. '))1 hope that the tight'glJm r'with. :";I In, the:top( of the seventh, with one
J .. .. .. ""I"J' I; ''' ': \. Uolle Tuesday was:! a turning 'point 'out Bolles starl''(is gain winning rally -

i IY ,r ,,,1 (, ,4 1s'n Timi'Eila Wins'' State. Championship.:.. t. for the team/ commented JJHSHasebalt Bolles,then'scored on a three run
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: Coach Mike Hartley. trlplto take the game 8-8,
A 'Its' TiniJIaad.{ rtlHll'lY.fit Starke'.' we the m* Crass C American Ameteur "II) our2'loss to Vanguard we.did ,''II was a tough loss for the kid, but

; Ittco.uetballl. (Championship test| weekend In Orlando.'.:.,.;. .:?;; !'>?,..,,I ,:' "I. little or nothing that resembled flCtind'biebaU they hung\ ''In there real''.well," said
s, I/I A veteran of the sport for tow years Elland won Ms first tournament title. '' ," says Hartley Hartley. We 'had a lot more enthusiasm -
f r He graduated from Bradford/ High !. It7| and now Uves In Jacksonville and Against Vanguard BUS had 6nly than In the first two games

1 plays at MM Place.; two runs and six hits while striking but we still are not going to win many
out 18 times "We made seven mental games by striking out 12 times and
mistakes that cost runs or led to the walking II batters:

1 : other 'team scoring runs, Of course, "We have not found the right Combination
4 9 r'rtk' 'Umpire "Meeting Set.j ':, ::4. : .. having to practice the three,straight of players to give us 4

'I" days before the game in the, gym smooth running team but it we will
Anyone Interested In umpiring for the city Softball and ba.ebailleagues because: of weather, did help," commented keep switching players around until
should attend special meeting. March Mal 7 p.m.- < '> ," Hartley. we d ry't Anyone/interested.th: cannot attend the meeting should contact, the Hartley also' commented: .thata., Hartley Hartley praised i the pitching

Starke Recreation.Department or go by the Old National Guard Armory onus Monday discussion of the weekend ,performance freshman Steve Jones
3vu ,. performance apparently helped in the- who has come twice so. far
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Tuesday night game' against' fen> this season; a super
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', I' ",.. ding Class ,,,2A slate champs Bolles. .
The *job.Chafffir iJoe".
Tornadoes were dowrrs-nmtH ; in

FormeBUS Tciinis i :Siar' to Play at SFCC:... the fifth Inning when they scored four ,,hitting with a .687batting! average forftoMt
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runs to tie the game 5-5-, : At. this 'point his hitting ac'

Craig $app,:former Bradford High tennis player will be playing In the With one'out in the fifth, nick'Welchand counts JTor half of the. Tornadoes total
Banta Fe Community/ College.Tennis'Tournament Monday March 5.The Robert Carver walked and after1 .,hits of'' 12.', : .

tournament will be .closed to students only and will be singles. matches\!, the second out Andy Chaff hit 'a 'line Tonight the Tornadoes will play at'
: \ ?": ''drive that the' second baseman: er- I'alatka High:,School beginning at ,7.
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: \ '' gored, allowing' Welch 'to'' cross the.' 'p.m.: ,. Time of play' Saturday for'the.
plate Then Jimmy Shoening doubled' BBS Nine was uncertain at press

: to left 'center .Carver and .
scoring -time
.:Local 'Gtirls;.qua Q.t ;..;. \ moving Chaff to third.,Jason. Bennett 'Tuesday Bradford. will host the first

(', + Jill Williams and Stephanie O'steen of Starke competed In the Class 1 hen grounded to shortstop who made a home game against Keystone Heights

y't .4t.*. '., Vr .; i4', 1 u1at UJa-0Pw .' .tlonal Gymnastics Meet held -Jacksonville this week-end. wild throw, bring In both Chaff and Indians, The game will start at 7 p.m..

w Williams placed 2nd on Vault with a score of 18.8S.3rd on bars with 15.00 fora if, .
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total score of'1.0''hi the Compulsory-Optional meet In the SM 1 age group .a'' 'if,i4 '
i, 'O'steen placed 6th.on the vault with 17.79, 5th on the beam with 17.30 and 'J'' "
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#rf 1yt E Mpr 7th all around with a total I of Oi.03 In the.1Z.14 age group.' ./. r Tennis Season to Start

'G.. f MI i .Next month .t the state meet if she scores a 68.00 she will qualify for the ,

'Regional' meet in Memphis.Tenn.. ,',. <. I '' 'I." I
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nettersface' ; Two Juniors will I J be returning ,this
Boyt sgesf: :3. |$ that are Interested In playing junior boy's Softball should .
first Competition this Friday, March 7.season ,Tbey '
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Up For the'' Block... 'contact the JSUrke.Recreation ,Department.; .t, i.f.; ;1;,.. fI>" '.nf,.,.;'Z, at home against Baker beginning! at, :",Ken' 'Crawford( "Sophomore Drew

.,> ::;Age limit date h'$ept' :,|'and' sign up' Is' at the Old Armory"' on US-Soi-' 330"jrrn; ''...>*! -*-,., ..,...-,....... .. .4 ,. .,..'._. .Duu.1IliU..be''returning to-the-ieam-. -
llerbie Cooper (23): to make a block against the T.ge..lairThu. -.TV' ; ',5 ;.:, ,tI. : .
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;' ? { : '" Tuesday Bradford, wilt vie Cia}' Sophomore Kyle Harrison have
day night In the first round of the District 8, Class 2A. Tournament.' The \:< ." "* .. {; : / ; ; ""' ';. /, > *. / > *':'-' : .. High onhome.courtestartingpt,3., !:; : ) ,; plaadlast season.butcouldn'tdueto' ;
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f .' The boy's team lost four of the 'top Paul" Bawek:. wlirbe the first left
Ceramics: Class.,.. five players because they were hander to play for BUS In years

Ceramics classes are being offered by the Starke Recreation Department seniors, Kevin'Johns is the lone retur- ',On the girl's team two seniors will

Classes are held on Wednesdays 9-12 a.m.'There Is ning senior on the boy's team. be playing. They are Kelli Carver and
Mondays11 00an
'no charge for,the cla used. "The first three matches are going' ; Lori Clark.Carver will be playing her
BBS Girl Cagers' < .. .- to be learning experience for us, second year, after missing her junior

> ; ,;. : \ commented BHS Tennis Coach Jerry,, ''year season. Lori Clark Is a four year
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l ."" '. >\ "> ". '/.,;..,>,'.,1. ., .:; ." 'lfi'I': ... .' .. >. Practices'for the BHS tennis teams: ;1 girl's'
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EalL t-a :. ; Amy Sophomores are
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.' r : _' are Kick Braswell, Courtney. 'Teresa.Richardson.: Seven freshmenwill
Bradford High's Lady Tornado .inside -' ," Ooughterty, and Alan Stokes. be
varsity enough help 'against them, : playing forthe; girl's team.
basketball team ended their Lee. said. "Vonda Kay plays Just as Cloud Uke. Fit., tn 1979+turned to'the U.S. govern- Junior Barry Warren is now'prac- They are Stephanie Cubbedge. Kim

I season 'with a pair of games. In the well as any of them one on one but we t, rant. $ 2..6t In,. disaster! aid sino* noone: in town had ; ticing with the boy's team after completing ,Sapp Lori Alvarez.; .Jackie Nguyen.
District 8 2A tournament last week, have too young a team this season to .. 'traport0 disartstr. basketball season last Cane Foster; Maria, Thomas and
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defeating Hawthorne 42-36 in the first give her enough' help. I'm very proud. I ... weekend. He will be playing Friday.. Sherry, .Ross.
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round before .falling to tourney host of all of our girls. We lost' three., ,. ,:, ,' } barring a recurring injury.
and eventual district, champ Interlachen starters a' couple' of weeks, ago .and '
i '. I Richard 1. Cox Jr. .South west On.' Quarter MONTHS,, OF THE'. FIRST' and'
t! in the second round, had to play some of our' younger. .' '' ; .
Marla Reddish was high scorer for players but they did a real good Job.'* !: ; : ')'( United. State Marshal of Southeast One PUBLICATION ''Of! THIS' HELEN F.JONES. t' .
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Bus in both games, hitting a personal ; : ,. .. 1. ... Middle. District Quarter of Section 9, .NOTICE) ,((1)'alt.' >claims .,Plaletiffs! ; : "a 1 I t \ ,
'.' Of Florida'Dorothea Township 6 South Range against the estale. and, ,' .v. ',, ," "
season high 2:$ points against ." :.Y' ; Bean.'' 22 East, Bradford County .((2)) any objection by an ROBERT i BA"E ; ; ;
Hawthorne, then coming right back ,, .(::; : ,:) '_ ., :," t gl' Assistant United Florida. Containing 20 Interested person, to 'Defendants, '. t
with 21 against the Lady Rams in the "I ; '
PUBLIC NOTICE YV-V, 'r.: State*Marshal acres more or less. whom this notice' .was -
second' game: U.S.. Environmental Protection Agency Attorney for EXCEPTING, mailed' that challenge', AMENDED NOTICE .
"Marla was fantastic" BHS Head ..Region IV. ;, '; ., ". Plaintiff' THEREFROM THE .the validity of the will ACTION-. v'
Coach Gall Lee commented after the Wal.rMonogem.ntDivl'I'M'h ',';;;', \ "i. .' Ncftices.r 3/012tch9 308NOTICE FOLLOWING: Beginning' the qualification of the, 'PROPERTY. '.
from all Facllltl..Perlonnonc.Jranch ,.; T i. "'' '
game. "She was htting over ; 1', at a concrete monument personal representative, '
the floor on offense and played tough'' 343 Courtland Street, N.E -, ; 'i ; : .'-4-- marking the SE corner of venue, or: lurlsdlctlon. of TOe IIOMRi i'lArTEN'YOU'
defense too. It was a great ail-round Atlanta. GrglaJ036,, -. ', ,...". '>. : ; <''i/r.: the West.M of the SW'/ the court' : "' ; ARE NOTIFIED
performance on her part, I'm glad .(101) 881.'3$4 ',
she's not a senior." ,Public Notice No 84FL024 March I: 1984/, ';"" 'f : Township 6 South) Range. : NOT SO FILEDiWILL..86 foreclose 'on,'an Agreement
BHS led through three quarters In, NOTICE OF PROPOSED REISSUANCEOF' '. J : : : r: ,: ;;Jr, : ., !' "",' :. 'U .On 1/25/84. HOWARD' 22 East* Bradford Couiv! FOREVER. CAR-: for Deed for the

the first contest against Hawthorne NATIONAL POLLUTANTDISCNARGEc'EUMiNATIONSYSTEMPERMITS ", : "' .*$. ''.UNitED STATEs'' -; DOUGLAS; Rt. t. Box ty, Florida;,thence North RED. :following described property
but the Lady Hornets came back with : ( ) 7 ':v":,; .'.'.,'.-'j; :1DISTRICT000RT '. ','338; Brooker. Florida .205' West along the,East, Publication'.' of; !lhi., In Bradford Coun'
and took three point advantage -* Th. U.S.: Environmental Protection (EPAl.ln' 'MIDDLE DISTRICT '; 32622.'made applicationfor line of,the SW'/'./ of the Notice1, has 'begun' ,,on ,ty. Florida: .
a rally a '
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I minutes to tends to' rsissuS a National Pollutant ;,Discharge : OF FLORIDA, permit ''SE'o distance of, 501 March 1, 1984. The 'North '44 of the
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with less than System (NPDES) permit to the City of Storhe,City Kalli .MCKsoftyiue" DIVISION 2-84-00036 water use for onaverage feet: thence West 17.7.. Personal !Reprey.entatjy _", .''.igUpwing!! described pro? .
play. Starke, Bradford County, Florida 32091 The applicant '. <. 'S .; CourtNo. : dally; feet to an Iron pipe.Said' RETHA MAE! WANTON perty A parcel of land In''
But BHS came right back behind has reapplied for renewal I of NPDES No. F1002812 tor:, ', ; '9p9civJ.IHMi''UN11E0TATPS 'withdrawal of 0.0024 pipe being the point of Route t. Box 492 the SWV of SWVf of See..lion" .
the inside of moves of center Vonda the municipal sewage treatment facilitySKCode '" ', '. beginning' of the .land: ,Melrese. Florida. :32666' 14.. .Township 6
Kay Hall who finished with 12 points 4952. The applicant describesone ,dl horoelV': t.. '. :from million, gallon per.'day. herein described; thence 'Attorney for South Range,.22'East,
and 10 rebounds,. and the outside Alligator Creek, At that point of discharge,1:(the recelv-'. ..Or AMERICA-' .,, groond.. waters'located continue West 209 feet hon Personal ,, '8rodl rd 'County,
shooting of Reddish to tie it with less. ing stream I* classified 'es'' a Clog. Ill waterbody' ,, '," \ ,,::: In Section 07 South 22," Iron pipe- thence Representative; Florida,:omd being more
than a minute on the clock. suitable ley'r.cr.etlonv.prepogotionx' ,and'' '\'$';':" ,- Township( 20 East Bradford North 209 feet to an Iron Dudley P. Hordy. P.A.. ',particularly described a*
"TheyHawthorne). made a good' maintenance of fish and wildlife.; '. j ,. NAMSEY and Range Florida for pipe thence' East ,209 P.O. Drawer 1030 follows: Commence at
run at us but when we pulled back intoit. The proposed NPDES permit cMtolris'llmltof) 0f 4\ift. >,, V"C.IAMEY.hl., County, feet, to an. Iron pipe; StarkeFlarido 3209)) .Southwest tamer of
I: knew we were going to win"?; the amounts of pollutant lhnNd,to b.;discharged.; sand I ."'.''Wife:' STAHKE, BUILDERS ;1 agricultural objection uses.Written orcomments thence South 209 feet to Telephone: -, '; Jhe 5W% of SW'A' 'of the'
played was drafted In accordance with the. provision* of L, J the ,point of beginning; (904)964.5101',,' ;,-';. ,UU afaredescribed ,section..
Coach Lee said. "Vonda,.Kay c : ilsOimiES; .,; :; 'INC;\ *: ', / 'on ,this ,op-, ( .) :,
one of her best games against them! 'theCI.anWot.fAct(33U.SCSacflatJ( : ei eq.) ;"{:diseolv.d'xorporatlon'STUMP'S' ;; : 3 ''plication be filed 'Being one (I) ocr. mare'' :JIOI 21cftO) 3/08, township and range and
", and ether lawful stondards and regulotonS.The( polity DEPARTMENT may or less In the West half of .run thence; North
in the fourth period.
especially Tornadoes went ahead to tant limitation and other permit Condition ersl tenvtatlve : : STP'"It1 N D1'I'' with 'the Governing'Board'ofthe .the SWVi of the SEV of \ ., 003'20" East a distance
-The SuwanneeRiver1
Lady *
and open to comment from she>puWc-, ; .' section; Township $: ":"'" cC' "' of 672.... feet lot Point of
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stay In the final 45 seconds as A Y ; 'CCTUNT".C' : MtpANYI' 'Water Manage* NOT
any eHAYNE
Persons wishing to comment Or.oblect| to South. 22 East. '
upon Range From Point of
Beginning.
in'a steal and Route '3, 'Of INTENTION'
a : District
slammed layup'after $. ENTERPRISES. menf .
aspect of permit reissuance or, wishing to reqot O' DATED this 23rd of '
day thus describe,
cords two con 64, live Oak Florida TO REGISTER .. BegInning
Reddish burned the on public hearing ore Invited to .ubmlteo, writing' INCV d/b/o-- CAPTAIN Box 'February, 1984.. : North
.d, continue'
secutive 20-footers to Ice the victory. within thirty (30)) .days .of ,thla.f'OI'-; /h..WoPeF'Management :. ,CLEANS! GUt. ,./LIFE,,INSUKANCf :, I' (32060, until 3/19/84.. 3/01 GILBERT, BROWN. FICTITIOUS NA !i.Pursuant' 03'20" East, a distance
: It; was another'story against the ,,Division, Environmental( .Protection. .; .'COMPANYtSTAME : ;Hchg '" '"' ClerK'By "/ 'of 200.00 feet tq a point;
.tourney hosts, as Interlachen. ranked, Agency. 345 Courtland Street. N.E,,\,Atlanta; Georgia, "r .PRINT' SHOP: : Beulah Moody /o Section865.09 : thence run, North
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seventh in the final State 2A Sport 30065 ATTENTION: Earllne MoMOn',TfIe'public notice and : GERTRUDE 4 ,-* Deputy Clark ". Florida, Statute; e9">43'39" East, a distanceof
swriter's Poll,", putmuscled the' number and NPDES number should 'b* Included Uy the 'ROIMANt\ ., Df!.rt- ", 3/01 2tchg 3/08, .lIc..I.I hereby given' 400.00 feet ta a point;
i CIRCUIT that .the.
undersigned
IN THE!
under the of : / : / T : : don... ;
(first comment .
smaller Lady Tornados page R "a i 1 4Mti run 'thence 'South,
'Reddish r.ceiv.dWNlilntb adoyperpd /"'i'm. ., COURT OF FLORIDA ; .... Michael' J. Cole, .Route,,
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take the ?? t 0'03'20"West distance''of
boards to g ; ;I D. '" r ; a
"tf tfe ", ,,"'" W8 .lUL 'I... s'.. .J EIGHTH JUDICIAL'; ; 'I'''' ''\', j i.i > Box 91i J StafkcviFloriaV32O9I
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the formulation .,
bombed away from the outside but it 'be considered In, i .rt ; 'r;J- '.,.-1." .. 1 \ ,:" CIRCUIT, IN AND, ,, ,'''- I'; IN THE CIRCUITCOURT ( sale owner, doing ? 200 feet too point: runthenc9'1outh
'was a different story under' :theV'.We'just tion.regarding the perml Ant'IfICIv'wlthln :Interested" p1L,--soe e :ry ''il1, :; : ",. ; 9'43'39"West.
:: { N teai'turebVaivei; ; @ORO baeket. the 3O-tJey period rosiest pulls MlMr bv.v.J; 1 .. 'lttot W eursuent to a pool .\ sZCO.UNT'Y\ ; : } '. r(!BRADFORD COUNTY '..:.. ",\9' WEATHER .CRAFT',11t .', 'a: distance ofs"t'4E4t00'Tiifld"PoinlTif :-- . .
of poMfe
couldn't give Vonda Kay ,Ing. Wh.re there I I. a significant desjrev. .. : : ."..If'3" FLOItID">: iPt f lt ut. Boirr :
,: *'*' .t..t.'In that proponed; permit h eINuww..aj"f. !'A' ; I i 'iI.'JIr 'rf'.nt"'e4 ).on ',:m ACTON'CASE i> '"*$ PROaXT ti I BeginningIha1 ,,.- ; /
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..- ; : Regional Ad.nlnllrator'WUI hotel a puWI h* G'e f.. JIJnu Iy. the ,, ; "? 41Stark4'iplortda' been Irked'span{
V:<'w;';',.. NOTICE or REDEMPTIO': -f-IY After consideration of oil)written comment*aiw I Iho.r Mai' ,i ;ttltewe.a, $thWI.eourtlnthe ..: ??}(i FGRTUNi'FEDERAL .Flt,! Numbs:Division 84-14-CP 13524; '32091 register," toid'PTUluouy fntend, ;,lays l, you end you'ore requiredto
x obow styled causethe ;
and :I In Act and ; .
.icicle the apprafrloM' .
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FIR lcl. requirement )\.A.\} serve a copy'of your'
The Housing United' AND name .under theaforesaid
SAVINGS ,
? ; ., Will ;undersigned, ,
the. Regional Administrator;: '
regulation; EPA, ESTATE written, ..ena..lf
any
County.Florida IN RE: OF .
Bradford statuti.DATED :
of LOAN ASSOCIATION
Authority of
: State, Merahal or any e
make determinalaos'rpording the** porrnlt' Mris* :'to
attorney
; It on the "Ptalntiff"
SHUG JACKSON this 17th ofi
PlaintiffVS day
Sln t le Fancily! MorttTU' Revenue Bonds. !uancev: If the determination'are subetontieIyt'amchang.d hi.i dult'horh.d ; Deceased 1934.2'234tpa131S. ; whose name and'
"; 'n ''Se.rift 1980. front those announced: by this notice, the. EPA: : !chput'will'' ; < sell, the t .. and February, 1 address I II TERENCE M,
Regional Administrator will so notify all person ub- property ef1Ota In BraoVfor EDGAR E, McREE ) 'ESQ.. 'Tomlin-
HEREfeV-CIVEN" 'NOTICE BROWN.
NOTICE 'IS THAT-plwJ \ :
a McREE
Florida. OAYtC /
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milling written comments, H the "t.rminoliatt.ro! :
t A Brown P.A.,, Post
taint to Seetio", .3,0 Ubf'" ttw 1>u OF ADMINISTRATION L' son ;
dated April t. 1980.P IIOU.OO"relfatAt priiKt', substantially changed ,the I''''''. : ( ct.'. ZCPdd.. t Defendant 1 I" J' 'Office Drawer. 40,
illocii'38 '
l! <>m !? : WIll .Issue o l nottco: 'Indkcokp I the1 1, Lot* :! ,, ;t c Pu9LIC'NOTICEi ; -Florida
from the Specl.1 Redemption on April revised oVteVmlnatloniRequests::for ,s 'tdeollnryhearing ( ehn'tAdtlan.; 'os per t \, ,. "NOTICE | the ., at ,or before' ,, March 23,
Irrt96/; 100%at the principal. *mpunU! may be filed after the Regional Aa *Xniraito<' 1 theceof recorded mftaoK i4 BY CLERKV'WOtlCfc ,JACKSON estate, deceased., .SHUG, ; will 'no.r..pon.lbl. .\ .|o9 *' b ; 1984,, and file, :th.ul1llnol .
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,>. BOO4. '.mokes the '._dee 'lbect '.dsMannlnotlen*. At1bt ;. io e 629. ': ;'Jor any"' with the Clerk" of
v ; ; HEREBY Number I le'pen1rng'.kr'Phe
t.4i% Due April of. ; J IS. File 84MCP; '- ',
,rdbt, ; ,Taturr.dsb
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)1 t informatloA Hl on frvldenttanLhs.ovalloMe rini Ii; )\ .the Court either beforeervke
;1: : BM .8.t"' ,W m 40' (: rung E,,48 Pft>MaM (Jtpttl',)i.. ''4 Gt'n+y." 'I.FI} rldo.1'1..hll .: tbastert 'GIVEN pursuant 10''That, for Bradford Circuit Coonty. anyone, .other' .thaiy ,' on Plaintiff attorney q";! 1
of Court
April Wl I' Office of .. ..... 4 Judgement. I myself;
; r 10.80 Du4 Ij .JK by canMctlng the fie / or''Immediately
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Florida. Probate Dlvlslon
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: after correctly spelling tbecounty.wklupeiUng bee March, spelling "linkage" and "Jetbead." There Is always some kind 'of-\ ; 'I '$
: and "jetbead" to win the 20; were Keith Holloway, Latara All 12 SS spellers went through distraction for, the bee, aM fllth<;"P, .
Elementary spelling bee Jackson;:Brad Hamilton*Billy Meres, round three without a miss. In round 4 grade instructor Sandra Duncan This ; :.
morning, Feb. 28. Danielle Smith, Shannon Hughes the words.auddeniygpt tougher* and time it was hammer. on the roof as ,;..
9 Patrick, Hurst a reed Tushine VanZant, Patrick Hurst ,the words misspelled were lTquarry." workers were re-rofing'the calteria.. : ..
never heard the word "linkage," Ronnie Norman Frank Watson Pam. "heckle,. *'teeter." crawl.fii'jlJlci. where the spelling bee took place,' ', A' j
he spelled"liukedge," giving Baucont. and Katrine Knight '. ly," "onl Oker," "brigand. "nibbl.I Judges for the SS bee were Myrna :fi In
'z. r s Hurst"I Hamilton the chance to win the To get to the finals Hurst correctly'spelled I > Lou Rahn, county-wide; administrator ''f
,' n bee in the sixth round. "dish "learn; "candy/ nr.IbrarianPEan Smith called each ; Dee Paterson, a SS :
l is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim and "fadeaway" before contestant to the microphone before teacher currently on maternity leave. :.
o' of Starke and Brian missing on "linkage." the spelling bee to ease the tension. and Mike CoonI. ',1'.
) of Orange Park Patrick ia I: Hamilton correctly spelled Fifth grade instructor Brenda Stroud of the Sta'Bradford County:[ '
son of Mrs. Ann Hurst of Starke. ''small," "lost," clock" "kin- who served as organizer and, pro- Chamber of Commerce, .
I 12 contestants each a class dhearted," and ""meaness" before' nouncer BHS administrator Burney '"

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Elementary."It Alex misspelled "certainty"! in the High School, and John Walker on "cer I t,
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proud first year teacher' Joanie the county-wide spelling bee March 20 Bradford Middle School. Mrs. DeVoe, .Cheryl)
Whitehead.1,tell my class they're in the county administrative offices. nard Register, librarian' at Robbins,. Angel ,.
number one, and Tracie just proved. Brandt Barrett is the alternate and Elementary, manned the Andy ..
it., will compete for SE in the county bee recorder kept, at i each bee In McCray Kim.,
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headquarters about the 40-year leaseof seepage of potentially dangerous be ready for bidding in two months. Utility trailer and a livestock shelter. ." &:4' 'J
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a site for the vo-tech's semi-truck, fumes from. the labs, to other parts of The state is also requiring a Only' one bid was received on the Did not consider at Supt. Casey's Set hours' of- a 24-day summer, ", :
driving range put, the matter ,on the the school. covered walkway to the new cafeteria livestock shelter. The bids were turn recommendation the removal of a school at BHS to run'June 18 to July 6, ,;
back burner again. The contract also includes electrical from the main Brooker school ed over' to staff for evaluation and wall between a staff restroom and a 10 hours day and four '
Board member,Rodney Hall" said wiring to provide more outlets building and is requiring soil testing recommendation to the school board storage room to make room for 115 week. A 6-hour per 15-minute day days...Jbe ptr' I I
the board is awaiting a report from according to BHS Principal Jim Dun- Dompe said. It will cost an additional for award. square foot computer classroom at the equivalent of a 50-minute class for
National Guard,officials on possible can. He said the work would also provide $1,200 to $1,500, he said. Chairperson Permission was given to advertisefor Southside Elementary. The seven 180 days, as required by the state.
use of a tract in the western edge of new storage space. Spengler said she wants to be carefulnot bids on diesel fuel gas and oil. computers will have to be installed on
Camp Blanding about 4Vfe miles east Contractor Robert Kelly"is a Brad- to exceed the $150,000 budget. ---
of Starke between SR's 16 and 230. A ford man the son of J.R. Kelly and a Agreed to contribute $ ,900 to the -
school board committee met with. NG 1954 graduate of BHS. Kelly has been In other action the school,board: NE Florida Educational Consortium
officials two weeks ago. in the, engineering business in. for Bradford's share of.hiring a paid SETTLESfHardware
Supt. Tom Casey reported ue found Gainesville and last year started his Acknowledged receipt of a $3,000 legislative lobbyist. "
I out this week that a time' extension own business. annual"Foster Shi Smith Scholarship e '
from July 1, 1984 to April 1983 has Duncan said state funds will cover'' Fund" for use by high >,school Declined, saying it doesn't want "
been received on building the commercial most of the cost of improving the 'students. The administration is to set a precedent, to pay for a teacher's HARDWARE'STORES
vehicle driving range."<-.SO; science labs. The, state approved ad- 'work out rules! for who will- be...eligible. J personal radio.. stolen from her room. Stark
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we'd there have Supt.the Casey we'told thought the 'he said,In preparation for requiring' a, "*,.,+ '.'*Approved public showing and sale ii.Ion. .. Sat :B ':w'"' -;; 6 Ipm? ,.--4,,..,eeAUheuiWesGia:? } ..
board. Word of the extension has pot third credit in science, Approved application for $348,871 'of the FFA steer being prepared for
been received from the state Dept: of in federal funds for vocational educa-r the upcoming Bradford County Fair. u105 9644642Yellow
Education in writing, Casey said but The school board and Duncan say a lion equipment. Vo-Tech Director ,
he expects that soon. fourth science lab is necessary to David Smith said he doesn't expect to -Set fees of$2 for First Aid/CPR, $2:
In a fast paced meeting Monday meeting new state standards.and is get all the funds requested, but that for Hunter Safety 'and $10 for the
night Feb. 27, the school board work in. future construction plans. he surely won't if he doesn't ask. summer swimming program to be uteRt anc
ed through 19 items of a heavy agen Additional funds will be availablefor taught under the Community Educa- Vinyl
da. upgrading equipment in the labs. Funds requested include $314,090 in tion Program, Salary of the bus
heavy equipment, date processing, 'drivers under the program was increased Garden Hose
Science Lah Work BE Cafeteria Designs commercial truck driving livestock to$4.79 per hour,and increased -
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Set for Bradford High OK'ed to Send to DOE -
mechanics; $22,811 in carpentry In- $6.77 to $7 per hour.
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Gainesville entered a low bid of cafeteria to be built at Brooker for ,the work-study program, $4,500 Regular bus drivers'earn; $3.50 per 599Peter
$14,200 and got a contract for improvements -> Elementary were approved for sub- for fundamentals of homemaking hour Supt.'Tom Casey said the dif
to four science mission to the state Department of. taught at Bradford High, and $1,470 ference is the community education 20-20-20
,, laboratories at Bradford High School. Education. for a summer vocational workshop In courses are supported by fees and the MIIltI-L ad
Anglin Construction Co. of Chairperson Patricia Spengler personnel development at the vo-tech salary of regular bus drivers, comes Food Grease Sim
Gainesville bid $15,477 and Quality declared the drawings an emergencyand 'center, BUS and BMS. from tax dollars.v Plant lever-action gun with hydraulic -
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Improvements to the four' lab Monday night after architect Al Opened bids on' instructional Paid Quality Builders $22,060 for $ 9 9 7090Grease
I rooms include installation of exhaust Dompe brought them up at the last television equipment including eight work done on the Southside Elemen- 5 cartridges. i I
equipment to remove fumes from the minute saying1 they weren't on the, 'cameras and other equipment the tary re-roofing job, declared 89 per 2 to Bucket Cartridge. 400 99with

I building. The board had been caution meeting ,agenda but would delay the ''BHS' ag.farm equipment" including, a' cent ,complete! as of Feb. 16 by atI Free Packet of 17-6-6

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Some 24,000 Florida hunters will. be '})management permit holders,IS"" mation"similar to the'i WMA survey Wright administrative assistant. for.
surveyed in by mail this month. designed to gather information about but. on a statewide basis. the Division of'Wildlife. 1495Workshop
The annual Game and Fresh Water hunter, pressure and harvest on the The survey helps supplement the information Hunters who receive either survey 3 95
Fish Commission's wildlife manage state's areas. we ''gain through field' and fail to respond can expect a follow '
ment survey 1$ now in the mail) to ran A' statewide :survey was recently research and the operation of check "up letter from the Commission. To Light Fixture
domly selected ,hunters, throughoutthe mailed to 9,600 license holders stations during the hunting seasons. maintian statistical accuracy as, 2 lite fixture,'diamond prismatic plastic
state '.' .throughout the state representing approximately "The information we receive helps us many of the randomly selected; .in Lam* cover, This unit comes completely
The survey sent to approximately: 5 percent of the licensed, determine the success of our wildlife dividuals possible must return' Warm soft light-better and, assembled read/to Install. Good for low

25 percent of the,f-state's wildlife hunters, The.survey provides infor 1 management techniques says Tom ,their survey.FREE more economical than e ceilings Far-ell' general light, applications..

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This chiropractor' office on U.S. 301 in one example of the modern new look Sights like this along the highway are creating bad Impressions to the out-of- Deserted' businesses many of them going under during the last rrcmnlon o .tti

\ -. that Is slowly replacing. esthetic eyesores that have plagued Starite's reputation town visitor as the city tries t.attract new businesses to expand the local Job being converted' into new shops as the local economy Improves' like this foriurtl. !:
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,. ;fi.i-,;,; "', How do visitors perceive.Starke as they pass through on the major highways There are some nice shops here now but there are still too many sections of town past 4-5 years. ""!!I, ,
:<.- that bisect the city? that look rundown," Unfortunantly most visitors to the city don't ever see gradual improvemVt8:1'like ::
"/>''!? +'" 0 Starke seems to present both a study in contrasts for the casual-visitor and a "It's almost like a city in a foreign country with hew building;z;,going up right the ones that have taken place on Walnut Street however, the two maJor; ,,", ,
,',r.. ?:?'t struggle between old and new for city residents themselves. beside slums,saidJackronvllle'sMartin Downs. "There are so many old, torn up highways are the visitor's major and most lasting impression. "i'
1' New apartment' buildings spring up beside dilapidated, deserted houses and buildings and failed businesses along U.S. 310 and Hwy 100 that they spoil your "It U.S. 301) could be a lot nicer to look at passing through Starke if city and"" ,
> businesses. L. impression of the rest of the city. I found that there are plenty of nice areas and county zoning and planning officials would require at least a minimum amount bf A'setbackC ,;
Modern new office buildings and attractlvely'landscap 'rubble-strewn, deserted lots or litter covered fields. Indeed. Take a drive along Walnut Street and you will notice a vast improvement goat or require a little decorative greenery," laid Kao Chin Bai,an architect who .
The overall image of the city seems to be improving, according to comments and urban facelift if you will;compared to the decaying visage presentednot recently received his master's degree from the University of Florida. "I drive '
gathered from some out-of-town visitors as they stopped to eat at one of the many too many years ago when' crumbling structures presented both an eyesore'and through here all the time and I've noticed that the looks of the town have Improv,,
,4- ,"",. pr"f. fast food. stores on US-301, but the overall impressJQrjJ&stijJUhat t oa':highway\ a potential safety fcatard.. :;;>":..' fe ,% "- .*W-Y; "... "" ..' VTh > edv but they could be much nicer without great expense!; ,.Many Of the businesses
'" boom town";according to many 4lthera..*.-'.& :,** *u+>; V ,oW'feui eW--a -. 5niipt: > .111.-, ..b.itr awlaotgcai! .....tort 't hro.F.ntd refurbish. here have already done these.JJMhgspn their own.*,"- : M': *$*',' : ; &<
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! .years," Atlanta resident Della Strickland said. "To tell you the truth. I used to refurbishing anything these days |\s both time consuming and expensive, but the pace ,..:
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UCHS Science Fair will b. held n..t week with the winners
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Brigadoon.. The current production of the Bradford Community
day night. at 6:30 Call Peggy 1-364-4159 ;fat
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Players under sponsorshp of the Women's Club of
more Information.M.Iro..T.O.P.S. .
Stark., will b. presented as a dinner theatre on March, 2,
and 3 at the Women's Club building on 201 S. Walnut Street.
The weight r.ducingclub meets each: Tuesday
For tickets contact Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. W.H. Thomsonor
at 9:30: a.m. at the Ellom Baptist Church In/Melrose.
th. Bradford Chamber of Comm.rc. to make reserva
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Singles Club... a singlet club Is being formed In Macclenny
quickly. for the purpose of having weekly or monthly get-togethers"
and social function. A weekly dance Is held each
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Hippodrome Film Club features a variety of films of a con.
Friday night at the Women's Club, located two blocks south
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Viola For Rlzk more at information 1-259-4784.on the club end social events,. call Fiona McLaren (Annette'Puvaterl). performs a solo center stage while the young ladles of Brigudoon listen.,
Judo Classes will b. h.ld Monday and Thursday nights In
the Keystone Heights High School cafeteria. Junior classes
Pancake Suppr... the Trinity Episcopal Church In Melrose
will b. held from 6:30: 7:30 and ..nlo,'classes "
p.m. p.m.
will b. having a Shrove Tuesday pancak. supper on Tuesday aeon" ,
smash hit
from 7:30 p.m. 8:30: p.m. Call 473-3964 for more Informa is a fQtPh.yers
tion. March 6 from 5-7 p.m. The supper hi sponsored by the Cub
Scouts to raise money for a Pack Flog. For more Information; 4

Aerobic Classes a,. being offered Mondays and contact Ann Sponholrx at 473-3756.; It's a smash t The crowds who have Presented .as a. dinner theatre, I Fiona, played by Annette Pusa'tet t

Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. and 7:30: p.m.: and on seen "Brigadoon", the latest produc., ,under the lponsorsbJpof the Woman's while Jeff finds a'fast'companion ktj
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30: p.m. at the Keystone Height The Florida State Museum.. tion of the Bradford Community; Club of Brigadoon", is Meg Brockle, played by Chris WilscMtt'
Woman's Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. Th. Gainesville'museum feature'a Florida,caw, ,five, Players,are ecstatic In their prltye of preceded by a ham and baked chicken .Suffice it to say that the course to trait]
Florida the Hall of Florida History and a Mayan ''the talented young people who have dinner at 8 p.m. The show starts pro love doesn't run Smoothly,and ther.,r<: ?' .
Aerobic dosses 'will be offered from S-6 Mondays ecosystems a slip till the two young mems
p.m. Palac. and Object Gallery. Hours .., weekday and Saturday brought,the award-winning Lerner-- mDavid'S p.m. many
Wednesdays and Fridays beginning Jan. 16 through March 9. till 9 'and Loewe musical to Starke. aka',, as "Charlie learn the truth of the 'miracle' that*]
Sunday
Classes are sponsored by the Bradford Hospital Csnter for Tuesday open p.m.15p.m. Dalrymple" the stage "Brigadoon", and the changes it w !
Health and Fit".... Classes are free to comprehensive holidays Road at the located on the of corner Florida of Newell Drive and' MuHU* "'!. Good reviews' ;won't< be,the only for this visit to 18th Century Scotland bring to their lives. ;'.-

"members and $2 per class or $40 for the eight,week session University campus. legacy "Brlgadoon'V 'as the .with his opening solo, "Once in the ;
for .v.ryon..1., .. Call 964-4210 to ,.g .t.". Players are inaugurating a dramaticarts Highlands*. Tommy'Albright and A feW'reservations may

scholarship, to be presented to a Jell Douglas, better known to their made for the remaining BUllS' ,
Aerobics Classes are being offered In Lake Butl.r on Monday Concerts. graduating Bradford High {School friends as.Pat' Crawford and Chub mances 'on Thursday,
and Thursday afternoons at 4:30 p.m. In room 126 at senior, to 'the college of his/her Johnson, soon arrive; to take us with' ,Saturday, March 1,2 and 3. Plea- .
Union County High School. Also in Stark. on luesdays at 2 choice.The award will be made at the them to "Brigadoon", the little! Scottish -' contact the Bradford CouL
p.m. at St. Marks Episcopal Church; Call 964-5078 for Information. Y.*?.. ,. England.their May Breakfast of the Woman's Club< village which appears out of the' Chamber Commerce, Miss LUIfy .,"
One single "Ow_, Keystone Nlghtewls... Night version of Homemokers Club number one spot on the Billboard Chorts.for. post tfireeweeks. ; .
'I : Yes will perform Saturday Mardi at the Jackson-
Firs'' villa Civic Auditorium"Ticket or*$1O.SO. I1 1.30 end Sf'7.90; '

Baptist each: Call i-90/-.3961. for more InformationV. '' III Woman's, dub Antique how' :Coming ,t !

North Florida Classical Gutter Society resumes its monthly : :
Wednesday at St. Patrick's School Gainesville. The Pretenders.Rock ../ '
r, The meetings society I. dedicated the performance: and playing of '. and Roll at the Conned Center Sunday, March S9 at ,TbeoWoman's: ClUb of Starke an-' ed meals will he available throughout ,apwe, ,so'uaaltour'gWitl. the-bultJe..busUe'of may dlawayn :
: classical guitar works. Three concert's are planned for the, s p.m. Special Guests The Alarm. Tickets are$7 each Call nouns tteir Second Annual Antique' the show. Soup 'and dull will top the fran thlt. ;;J;','"
'1-392.1653fo'm_ Information. '' ,and CollOLtiMe Show and Sale, to be luncheon menu; with sandwiches and show ,. .
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;; .1983-84 season. All guitarist are welcome at the !meetings.Keystone ,. I ) ;
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T; > -;.- : ; 'held on Msfcfc W..17' and IB; at the salads, including a diet salad plate.. An Innovation year will be "

j Heights. lay Scout Trop 104 ,meet at Keystone's Have .,. _--.r... Get tt In te v* by Menday.'W ,Bradford(Cewrty Fairgrounds,Rt.301 The dinner entrees will vary from day' ""Country: Cupboard"? offering
! t United Methodist, Church each Tuesday,night from 7:30: 9 p.m. and we can put It In t me Calender, local events, church N.Starke.. .the show will bo open from ,to day; each platter will be a ''full years worth ef creative efforts by I
; "' .' gatherings, special speakers or.new group. erganixlng-' will ......, tax p.nu on Friday,.front 9, meal moderately prieed".Meat loaf? ladies ol the Weman'sClub' ofStarke .
I:. 't ,"" pt.:, ., i ; '.-, b. Included on request. W.must ask that you1 keep them a* :a.mj to 1 pan*on Saturday and from Irish stew (It IS Si. Patrick's Day), their talents In basketry needlework;
I ? ;:": '"' Urwtey" Obi Youth Baseball the association.V V wilt hold 'Its'\ concise., as possible. ' ., "'"' noon to S p...on Sunday. Admission and a hot chicken platter are planned. will canning be.evident"tnlhe and preserving and baking*..

monthly meeting tonlghtCrhursdayjjFeb..2)) at 7:30 p.m In'Lawfey .. \ .' fee of 1J entitles purchaser to achance Foe.those who desire,Just;* snacfcj: many' : nan '..,1'..,'I
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it* draw C.. for a 9100 door Bide orders of cole slaw'and carrot -
I Ica ., .. salad will be and "chuckwagon" Whatev..ou might be hungry for 4'.
..s-hom7. I ,; prize to .. ..... on Sun- offered a
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tn the scout hut behind the tennis courts on Pratt, OU Re ; asy,.:=tx, y:! peldnot.. ber '_ will feature safttbdnkaN.hot. during the show and sale, you're .w'O''Y.t' ,,"'
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\ f- 1. : 1 "1'. highlight the dessert menu, &ceompenieq ;u.sprac e4B will be Utilized by
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I J l lake Awl The course will continue on test following three" '" twt, :. .. .;o,;.,(! ..-, 4j,. : wlulev.ojr ay the .... A, .1< ".f local scoutiI.
: .:' Monday March 13.'19 and 26 The final test will b.fijvewonjSaturday. .. '''f. .. .. PMI...,. '! 'g dIitIII;. i.Qite. ......... -3DeeiIII, HIIOie da ifuiaauy
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the American Legion Hall just waiting for the sellers to get busy. Remember if '.. ,\.
you failed to order cookies there are plenty of extras either at a booth sale or ,f'
from any scout or leader. Buying cookies is a good way of supporting not only the. '" .. ''t ...
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Saturday was a special day for Bradford-Union Girl Scouts, celebrated .;. '
Thinking Day with a Neighborhood Event at the First Methodist Church. An In:," ,- ,' : ;,. ': .
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A special thank you to the people who put it together especially the group '" '' \" ': .
leaders who were great. Thanks to Margaret Boone. Ernestine Denmark, Mary .' .... ).; \ ,:'r', ..
Agnes Ferguson Patty Mullins. Marta Wyatt and Senior Tr 669 : t"" if ,, .
L Within a few hours the scouts traveled to Mexico viaafilmspofOur'Cabana's t.t... ,.i ..!..i!; <:. J.tf.if' ;,.1'I.
: learned to make God's learned craft .' I.,
eyes a paper (origami) from1 JapanSang '-,'. / ;; .I"trt'i1' II \
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"' .4 many played games from still more countries.'The. } 'f h.1. 'cA "
refreshments were a real hit, troops had prepared recipes from other countries .. '", .1.. .t ra awua land \ '
each scout could try as many as she had nickles for. The event. collected. 932 ;"f ;- ,', ":,
for the'Juliette Low World Friendship Fund. Yeah. l .' ', 'f" 1 ... 1 \ \L,';"-N'
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By Carolyn Eaves and Mark FrledllnRCT Bradford County Courthouse In the -- -'" I
,t Staff Writers field near the Rescue headquarters. ,82 Regal. ... .. .. .. 8488 _ .'_'__ .. __ _' l
Faces skyward l in anticipation Rescue personnel and the Starke Fire'Department -.
over 150 students at .Star Ice were on hand for the landing 82 Datjun 4x4. ... 6488
Elementary School got a chance to which,was to help celebrate the \
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see a real helicopter land in a special ,. designation of a'new home for Brad- ,
demonstration In Starke. 'ford Rescue 60. 81. Monte'Carlo .'. . 6288
The ShandsCair helicopter flew into ''
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Starke Friday Febraury 10 with After an some airplane flying disappointmentwhen over did not '81 Camino .. . 6188

grass blades and whirling leaves,,gusting and a few up.hair-dos bits of land close the up students landing were of the rewarded craft.. witha 81 GMC'Sierra .. . 5488 : ; 0

as well, as teachers and Starke to 'thirder, Jeramie 81CeBca6T .. . 6988
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Thomas held back the crowd of kids Plemmons,.the way it landed "blew 83Chev,ttes ... . 4988 .
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marvel. "The neatest thing I ever saw." 83 Firebirds .'. '.'. . 7988 Golden Ripe CoLLAIHI'BANANAS
The flight into 'Starke and:subsequent said! another named Andy;
demonstration of the medical Calvin Walker liked it when "they 82 Regency 98... 10,788
equipment on'the specially equipped let me move the control'4' and said ft 81 Volvo Turbo..10,788 ii' Greens ,
aircraft was a co-operative effort between was a "pretty bird": ,
Shands Hospital and the new Most of the students'were also given 82.Ford F100 :'. .. ... 7688
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Chapman. .one"* he and Wally Black thought Bernard it :82S10PU. .. .". .. 7688 Ib. BatAeh
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demonstration for the kids and since Johnson said he thought the 'plane'was 81 Rnblnl..... ..,. .,. .,.. : 6688 I Dixie '
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opportunities like we thought it nice to everyone and the doctor was 82 SUverado ." .. ,""8488 Dixie Lily .

would Chapman be a said.lot of fun for everyone," nice a to few let minutes.All them sit. in the helicopterfor 82 Escort . . .,. 4788 Grits Self-Rising Drinks

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'I ?! 'f" ; i' ,ij I VitA'' {' ">: > *II{ Hred ''' ::1n A NEMi! EAEAKM51Of6UGAA'G0Rr WfottW> : / ,, I
'! Starke Man Arrested no valid driver license andief'usngItosign ( \ with nd Valid driver: n ns'iJPaccll'- O WIIIFFLE51"s CF R00i HIS/' tdEA-IN lAW"Nd1+L113N'F I
I the citation: according to Sgt. ding to Patrolman Rhoden. EEAU WEN lr'8 OFF 111.KE lift\ 'MORE FUN r"AH
r. In Auto Arson Case Ricky Bennett. Dube was stopped at US301and Ap6EY WA FlylfN( You fVU IMAGINED
A Damage to,the Pontiac was l$1,!?O0. ': SR-16, he was leas ( $60surptybond s a .
l 23-.s.-tt."man witty 81' .. Damage to the was $ 5 :
Dodge
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( he "'ha4 Lis morning Bond on Lee for the NVD ,charge : ,; ( L :aQfrf$50 i '"
?' vehicle.. was $50, bond for the.refusing tojign ''JamesTabron.43, of as't: r 3 ( ,6 : :--- "
was $23. Lee was released on HMxwn arrested February 18 on 'capias for J '
Clyde '
David Harley,23 was charged recognizance from the Bradford no valid driver license, according to 1- ,
with attempting to solicit or commit County Jail. .. Sanfmy Eunice. "
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anon, principal in the first ., ; (. Duty was set at$65.25,1P:Tabron was t .
{degree(arson), burning defraud Insurer Traffic ViolationsIn released! on his own recognizance
and accessary after the fact I( ..
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;,David Crum. There were seven arrests for traffic Bradford Land Sales .* .
his 1982'
Harley reported Scirocco '
violations during the past week In :
{was missing from the parking lot of During Last Week '* ,
Bradford County according to local of Commerce '
the Western Steer Chamber
in Starke February J
authorities. ( Union County
There land sales recorded '
were eight -" !
andfUetf Insurance Arrested
((17 an claim for the LB Man
during the past week in Bradford
loss The car was later found burnedin General Meeting
Pu John Scott, 44, Waynesboro, Ga., County. The largest transaction was; for Trespassing ,
,man County. The
investigation
was arrested February 18 and charged the sale of the Magnolia Hotel property March 1 7 In City Committee
,is continuing in Putman County, said wlll'be.Thursday p.m.
CHIRK with driving under the influence, at the corner of Jefferson and Raymond Lee Webb of Lake Butler ,
according to Trooper W.D.Langston. Walnut Streets in Starke. C. Robert was arrested on Feb. 26 for trespass Room Lake Butter Courthouse. ;
According to the arrest record Scott was arrested one mile south of Durden sold the property to Magnolia ing In. a structure occupied by ,a ,
Harley had asked a friend to have the Starke on US-301, his blood alcohol Properties, Inc. (a subsidiary off human after a warning was given. -
car destroyed and other arrests are content was .15 percent. Bradford County Telegraph) for According to arresting officer D. I.
expected In th8.case.said Crum. ? Bond for the charge was set at$500. $125,000. < C BJom, Webb entered the Union County -
Bond for the charges was set at Scott was released on his own Talmadge L. and Margaret C. Jail on Sunday and demanded to LADY BUG FLORIST'Cards
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$1,000 (total)
Harley was released
on recognizance.: Wagner sold a parcel of land Inr see Sheriff John Whitehead. Blom ,'
his own recognizance, Lakeside on Santa Fe Lake to CarolR. said that Webb was told the sheriff & Gifts
George W.:Friley;63,of Interlachen Bosshardt and Warren B. Croke- was at home and could be reached
FSP Inmate Hangs was arrested February 19 and charged for $72,000. ifc there. US 100 Soy 884-49M OwMd. ByNMttorloilmrctBnjetry
with driving under the influence James M. and Leticia Higgen- According' to Blom, Webb Ignoredhim Stake MwrtitCMlHinOMttotiymt :.
Himself in CellA and driving with unlawful blood'alcoholleve botham sold lots 5 and 6 of block"'In after being told he had to leave e Bi.ham Btoto(Far nmty Brmartl MMT. Flo liO
53-year-old Florida State PrIson according to Trooper J. Lawtey to James S.and Barbara Ann. since Blom had to leave the room to f I
inmate hanged himself in his cell ear. Horler. Waters for$30,400. make a phone call. Blom said Webb e: : Party prettys-
February 22, according to Vernon Friley was stopped on US-301 four Loyd and Mamie Watford sold lots had been named in a disturbance A Ribbons Pretty Posies To Go Along
miles west from Starke driving a 1982 earlier that and since he Wrappings
Bradford, for the 20 and 21 of Sampson Lake Shores, same day
of Corrections.spokesman Department Ford pickup,his blood alcohol content unit 5 to Harold W. Cynthia W. Starling refused to leave, Blom placed him Silk, Arrangements & Dish Gardens '
Walter Thomas tied a towel aroundhis :was .12 percent.Friley was also cited for$13,000.Helen under arrest. I Even cards that sing a song!
{ neck and around the top bar of his for driving.on the wrong side of the, L. Black sold parcel of landon Bond was set at$1,500. Handmade Easter Baskets Order Early!

: one-man cell. He was discovered deadat road. SR-100 near the Moodyville Settle-
Bond for the charge was set at$500.
8:07: a.m. by a correctional officer ment to Paul Wayne and Mary AnnBlack
Friley was released .on his own
for$14,000.
who had seen him 'alive about 30 '
minutes earlier, said Bradford. recognizance Steve Whitehead and Steve Den- E. Call Street Starke
Thomas had been transferred to mark sold lot 3 of block 47 of Johns
Owen Irvin Carter of Lawtey was Addition in Starke to R. and
isolation Anthony "
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tried to assault someone with a knifein arrested February 18 and charged Sharon D. Hayes for$800. Discount Furnture & AppliancePralnvantory'
another housing wing, said FSP with driving while intoxicated,according Laura Killoran sold apereel of landIn .:
Superintendent Richard Dugger to Corporal David Goodner. block 2 of R. N. Dowbng's AdditionIn '
Prison records indicate Thomaswas Carter was stopped on US-301 northof Starke to Norman L.,Jr. and Mary SRI.We're l.=*==
Lawtey, his blood alcohol content
convicted of murder in Escambia Lou Redding for 12000. ,
County In 1963 and received a life was .17 percent., Thomas Daniel, Sr. and Zulia ;.::. Overstocked And ,liquidating
term. In 1983, he received an additIonal Bond for the charge was set at$300. Juanice McMillan sold a parcel of ,

sentence assault of and 45 possession years for'of aggravated a- Carter recognizance.was released on his own land Homes'In, Inc.Woodlawn'for $54,700.to Jim Walter ;? Some of Our 'Furniture & Appliances, atycc

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I stitution. February 17 and charged with -- ., < ; ( Drastically .

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f One Injury Crosby to Trooper was stopped B. A. Williams.driving a 1975 ,,. In. .,)\ .vlta'1 .' t < if<'(f 'f) Yt A FEW

In Starke.Accident Plymouth, his blood alcohol content. It 1arpt 'l'I.l.Jg' : ,

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driven were cited in the accident. Crosby was released- on his. own f'

i Charlotte Luke Stewart of Starke, recognizance 6 pc Hard Pine '
,driving 1976 Dodge was eastboUnd $640
on CR-16 a when Marion Thomas Lee of Johnnie Woods of Jacksonville was tip. ... Living Room Suite ... .. .'. Reg.799.95(Free Lamp)
Lawtey driving 1984 Pontiac, pulled arrested February 19 and charged '
from a private drive. Stewart swerved with no valid driver licence, according ya i 3'pc Early American' en no5

to avoid the accident but struck the to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Living Room Suite,. . .,,,. . Reg. 699.95Free Lamp)
h Pontiac in the left front. woods was released after be posteda *

a Stewart was cited improper tag. $50 cash bond. Buy carpet wisely. Tell us Couch w/Matching Chair. . ...... . ',' . 12 5 ;,
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Inging Deserted esthetic bUildings and lots are another big problem standing In the way of br- : '
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city and there are plenty tlf examples I"Starke.
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and boarded-up hulk Dairy Queen restaurant on V.$, 301 north! Now a burned.out Norll1an's Market' .
even local
the vandals have grown tired of defacing
five years it has been It/.durlng
highway. It1 and other deserted deserted.Located at one,of the most visible spotS on the ,. ... ; ,
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visitors and l local residents a questionable' Impression on .
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g are 9-8 DAILY OPEN MARCH 1st : '
recent growth.A shopping center a bank,rwtaraunts and shops as evidence of .,

large deserted that Impression lot Just! south*of the railroad tracks, covered with rubble and The, Country Store For More..." '" ':' J

Saturday ra&topfM a favored some or spot the for countless of peddlers progress truckers Panhandlers for many that however.stream- and kids It up has on and turned p'riday'and down into the a -', No'St aplll. .,No Gulfs' :.. *; .' J' JJit Low Pri t s': ,'.;i :; ;,,1.:,. \; ,

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movE! their business here with
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seen many changes In the past two years'and will see U FRYER !
; many more In the next few if civic leaders have their way. ".
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new ordinance being considered by the Starke City Council would the city '
give
i move the many power feel to l/Vono old bUilding which constitute a health or safety hazarda- RIBEYE : ; ; : ,: : '
overdue, ,
Individual rights of private property especlally.lf It can be worded to properly protect : :!, tEG QUARTERS I f
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sense the
Bradford beginnings of a new feeling of pride In this community," said
Chamber
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U.S.D.A. Surplus Food Distribution. 7; I7I/week: ; tl.KI9/month' 319Bontbi :
T-Bone Steaks BuR Let Oak Creak kSlcod'''
It is set for March 6-7 from 8:30 a.m. Hi 4IB/week' ; tl.HOI/month . : ,BK 139 sU ,
to '4 p.m. at the Housing' Projects 9; $45X/week; $l.9K3/month: '. Pork Steaks . .!fl.'' Bacon ... ..... .,.... pkfl.99 '
Community Center. 101; 1500/week; US/month .g 08 ,: ,
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draw S.S.I., A.F.D.C., food stamps or pick for will be 141
have a current unemployment card. Outreach up workers anyone are delivering accepted. Steak (Bone-hi).'.... r. .,, .hi. 3 9 ..
Proof Turkey Wings.' lb.. G; ;kH:;; .1
.Or households must be shown applying for the must above.fall commodities bedridden. If you to the need Clients Information who are on l .....4., ., ... ,

under the 130 percent of poverty level, home delivery, call 490-2342 to make .!
which follows:: application. '
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If there is more than one pick'up .
't;: Maximum Cross Income point In your county please use the 'USDA Choice :'i 'Sunnyland Fresh .Fresh ,,Mr'; i
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Family size; Income per week;-Income one site. Beef ChuckRoast
per month. .' ;_.' The distribution dates and Sites of ShoulderPicnics : : '
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month of March are as follows: ,
i 1 member: 122/week; $527/month Tuesday, March 6th. 1984 Housing ,
2 members; 1164/week; 1799/month 'Project Community Building 8304.::
,, 3 members;206/week; H9I/month Wednesday, March 7th 1984 Housing LOins""
..4; 1248/week; l,07i/month' : Project Community Building 8304.(
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Obituaries ': 't". ,r. .Ij\k\I.,1\: ant.; Ii'L;" .

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Mrs. Francis '" and lot belnfl her friend. Thank you for ,,,:'With," ,I'.Y'.w"cr"' '.Pflredatl Steve;I illy5JirW.j7 don
j Mrs. Francis Irene : your generous abundance of delicious
Patrick and
Keystone Heights,died ,'food during our stay at home for the last Mary .
d 20, in Shand's ':. time. ,. I''". .,.. ','. Mat h\AlognuI '
Gainesville, following ( ) -- .
Born in Hayworth, \ ,
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moved to Keystone !t'' I'' ,': .i ; ; '
Lauderdale in 1980.She ; ,. '.. .
bus driver with the : : ,
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School Board. gi.ft' .,.(
Survivors include III. "1 ;
Wayne A.Custis of ; .
one daughter, Ms. ; : < :
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Kohus of Melbourne; ; I" <: 'i ,
M Evelyn Seibert; one f
beauty' .
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Cypress St.,

*charge. Mrs.of Mary G. : I, NorlDatfi;-' ," '

Mrs. Mary Gladys :
died .
Starke Friday 1 I "
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24, in Memorial ; '
ville following a short : : : : '
Born in Turtle c I .f .:
Weldon moved to ; .
Jacksonville, in 1931. : ,
was a retired
I member of St. '' ; /s hIDQ O.
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Church in Starke. '
member of the Starke pieces."i,
and the Bradford ;
Survivors include II'
Stephen A. Weldon Jr.
William A. Weldon of .
James R. Weldon of ; .
two daughters, Mrs. I. '
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of Malone Fla. and )1
Alogna of .
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sister, Mrs, Blanche .
Miami; 11 .

great Rosary grandchildren.services 1 1.1 .: ",

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Jones Chapel, with
Finley officiating. hi
held at 10 a.m.Monday. 1I
DeWitt C. Jones 1I

vices.Edward, Burial Rooney was in : Bonus. Yours free with any 11"".
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Junt .6" of Merle Norman cosmetics.

Starke. Beauty Bonus. A collection of four essential I
in size.Moisture Emulsion
Irvin B. cosmetics a sampler '
Irvin Benson ; Creamy Flo-Matic Mascara and a regular size I .
Keystone Heights as our gift especially for spring.But please '
Feb.Gainesville 23,in Alachua following this good can't last long.. This offer is good through II ,

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Reston Va., four years (
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railroad And Beers. He 7i.$ aploi 1 -
was
,...I:bilee'C)' 1 Klmbit' crossing when required -charged $ f, fines arid .
pled guIIty'to a was-fined $25 with court costs to be and court costs .' /? *, guilty to a charge of driving with no
charge 01 placed; AH 30 days probation and re-
leaving the .
agene of an accident deducted from this amount. Lloyd Data Ford pled guilty to 4 valid license
driver's and was charged quired .
to
(In which there male restltuUOQ.I D Land Eber 1 urtDWOIt
was property Tony Albritton pled guilty to a charge of having no valid drlver'alicense. $$43.2 in(ines!'and court costs. astor at
damage) and Springs pled I a charge
was charged $45.25 In is Adjudication withheld.
license
while
charge of driving was Raymond D. Jr. pled no
fines and Massey worthless check. He was
court costs. Jeffery Burnseo of Glen St. Mary passing a
revoked and charg Ford was sentenced to 60 probation -
suspended or was dale
contest
to a charge of driving with no fines and costs
in court
Cathy Ann Luke Dent pled nolo con ed$34.75 In fines and court costs and will be required to perform 15 valid driver's license. He was .charge pled.guilty to a charge of resisting arrest charged$29.90
tendere sentenced to 30 days probation.
to a charge of Improper back- Woodrow Wilson Little pled nolo hours of community service with the without Violence. Adjudication' and
ing and was fined$15 with court costs contendere to a charge of violation of Union County Sheriff's Department. ed Kenneth$45.25 in'Lane fines Humphrey and court costs.pled guilty ,..'.........1___ _.._ ..LUll J_ --...---..------ --,.- ..., ..
,to be deducted from this amount. right-of-way and was'charged $29 in Upon satisfactory completion of these to a charge of driving while licenseis -
.Valid Another charge of driving without a fines and court costa. requirements the. case will be suspended or revoked and was KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
driver's license was dismissed David guilty\ to dismissed.
Craig Stamper pled charged ''$29.50 in fines and court
when she presented a valid license. a- charge of driving while license is Wesley Benjamin Fortyth pled gull->1 U'.. costs.
Troy Antonia Riley pled guilty to a suspended or revoked. Adjudicationwas ty to a charge of careless driving and Virginia Mecusker Ward pled guilty CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC '
charge of driving while license is withheld until March 20) to give was charged $39 In fines and court to a charge of violation of right-of- .
suspended or revoked and was him a chance to obtain a license. He costs, way and was fined$25. She also pled ,
SPECUUZBtt WIOQQCRN CJSBMPHACTC CARE
sentenced.to 10 days In county Jail, will return to court. on March 20 for Diane Water Fischer pled nolo guilty to a charge'of failure to use. I ,
sentence to be suspended for 60 for sentencing: contendere to a charge of violation of child restraint and fined$15. .
.
Riley to obtain a license.If a license is Tom mi.Sue Marshall pled guilty to' restriction. She was fined $15 with "
not obtained In that time the sentence a charge of driving while license is Court costs to be deducted from this UC MisdemeanorDeLand
must.. be served. suspended or revoked and was charged amount. .-'.
Jeffrey Eugene Snyder pled guilty $29.50 in fines and court costs. Restle Griffia pled guilty to a Thomas' of Worthington \ I
to'a charge of driving while intox- James Anthony Miller pled guilty to charge of following too closely and' Springs pled guilty to a charge of e BACK FAIN i HfetH BIIl .WWPIASHBACKACHE ,. .
icated and was placed on probationwith a charge of driving while Intoxicated.He charged $29 In fines and court Costs. passing a worthless check in the ( ) BlW (AUTO INJURIES),
the Salvation Army for a periodof was fined$250 with court costs br She also pled guilty to a charge of amount of $20 Adjudication was NECK PAIN j BRli Bi NUMBNESS OR PAIN
one year. His license was suspended inging the total to$281.50. His licensewas reckless driving and Was fined $150 withheld and he was placed on 30 days SHOULDER PAIN H H IN ARMS OR HANDS .
for 10 years and a fine of$1,000 was suspended for 6 months and he with court costs bringing this total to court supervised prooation.atw re HEADACHES HI B OlH ON THE JOB INJURIES
charged. Court costs this for months. quired to make restitution.
brought was placed on probation 6 $176.50.
MIGRAINE WORKERS :
.amount to$1,069. He will be required to attend DWI Alfredo toe Johnson pled guilty to a Karen Parrish of Lake Butler pled ( ) 10 l lH H COMP
Hoy Courtney Bands pled guilty to a :school and to do 50 hours of community charge: of unlawful speed (doing 97 in guilty to a charge of passing a wor-
charge of driving while license was service work WIth the City of ., Mt UHINITW VKHAR9SON
suspended or revoked and was charged Raiford. :
$29.50 in fines and court costs. James Anthony Miller also pled p..= ,, r r :rj MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
Jake Dawayne ygrnea-pled guilty guilty to a charge of fleeing! and at-_ i Dr. Dennis ConnaughtonAssociated I ,CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED

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EXTRA DAY EXTRA BARGAINS ALARM SIDING

Free Delivery &Normal Installation In market area PANELLING X '4* X., 8* RB&B

Whirlpool Great,Selection. $12,95 each Pine 1st Grade


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FOR RENT
NOTICE PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTEDREAl FOR SALE INSURANCE .

KBYSTONI HIIGHTBRIALTYIEALTOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '

to the Lak Region Monitor of- WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Infants and IRM ESTATE Schools LICENSING of Real !Estate.In Lak City. Two-way Motorola Radio$100. Film Pre MAINU INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.

Rental Property Available flc. In writing and paid In odvonce newboms ONLY. Days, nights, and 7554006. TFN 7/14 Phone. I lector $20. Two Office Chlars $30 and Lake Avenue,, Lake Butler, 4964978.
ZONED COMMERCIAL On HWY 21 In unless credit Is already established weekends. Reasonable rates, Coll Complete Insurance Service. TFN.
MAKE MONEY WORKING AT $5. 72 M.rcury $220,
Heavy-duty
HOME Dryer
Keystone, 3BR, Bath horn, $400/mo. with this office.MONITOR 473.7926 between "5. 3/1 tfnchg B. .
flooded with offers! DetailsRush $100 10,000 gallon fuel tank $773 I Irrigation
COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTYl OH STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ACTION CARPET CAtti Shampoo and REAL ESTATE
addreised $123
stamped pip. Jersey milk
envelope. M. wagon
HWY 26 and Latchstring Root InMdrou. RESPONSIBLE steam clean. Living Loyd
FOR MISTAKES IN room dining
room Dept. 2046 Darrow 4-pd 2/9.3/1. cow w/olf $350! Phone 496-2390. ufn
For Info. call hall 124.93 Call 473-2278.
more : CLASSIFIEDS 3/1
WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Itpd
ANTENNA 2/16 A .
SATELLITE LOOKING FOR SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTYT
dealerships
CARPENTRY AND
KIYSTONI HEIGHTS REALTY THE! TELEPHONE. MASONRY WORK _
available. No experience required. WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR IS cubic ft., rf I don't hove it. I'll find It Just
.473-4961 Classified Building patios, additions,
deodlln
2/16 tfnchgOFFICE. prior to Is Tuesday noon homes and tll. work. Free remodeling, Dealer cost for complete unit at low as avocado$100. Phone 496-3253. ufn 3/1 ask JANE S. USHER REALTOR
r Thursday publication. Phone estimates. $757 Retail $1395. CALL DAY OR SURPLUS SALI Craftsman 12 In. radial 496-2129 or 4962903. eves. "your
473-4473
Minimum charge Is IS words for$2.79, before S p.m. 1/5 NIGHT 303.574.1983.3-pd 2/16-3/1 arm saw, couch chairs mattresses, Union County Rea/ior./ era tfn .
AT BUSY CORNER facing Flame th.n 10 for tfnchg.
cents each
word thereafter.
GOVERNMENT JOBS. 316,559.350,553y.or bunk bed., ell drum and stand. Ray
SI but b from SR-100 CARPENTER WORK
ingo can seen Remodeling
work Now Powell, 496-3377, 1-pd 3/1
Hiring. Your Ar_.
kitchen cabinets PERSONAL SERVICES
and SR-21 lnt rtctlon. Prim. location. and trim
HOUSES FOR SALE Reasonable carpentry. Call 1-805-687-6000 Ext. R-1136. 4_pd 177 CMC 4X4 3/4 ton with 400 engine
Call 473-3411.1/9 tfnchg prices. Call 473.2477 after
2/16-3/9 automatic transmission steer
n. COTTAGES with frontog. on Big 5:30 p.m. 1/9 tfnchg power DOlMAN WILL AND SEPTIC TANK
REDUCED-OWNER MUST SELLi Lovely SOMETHING DIFFERENT Provedbreakthrough ing/brakes, air cond., sliding glass,
Lok. Brooklyn. $300/mo. Call 473-3334 3BR 2Bath In Crystal lak Homesltes. ACTION LAWN CARH Spring cleaning In low cost housing.' National lock In hubs 17 X 40 Monster Mudders Package deal; well drilled water
or 2821727. 1/5 tfnchg tint again. We do It all. Call for fr.. Installation of
pump. new septic
with 8 Inch after
Fireplace, wood manufacturer Is seeking lift $3700. Call 5:00
paneling. 2-car reps In
stimot ,
MOUSE On 473-2278. 3/1
2BR. 2BATH UNFURNISHED Itpd tanks, drain fields and lift stations.
garog. on beautiful select areas for steel from.d homes p.m. 4963111. 1-chg 3/1
lot
Lak. Geneva. F.ncd yard with utility 49900. CARPET, AND VINYll repairs and In. Mobil home poles available. All Work
HOUSE 3
473-2102 after 7 p.m. 2/23ltpd and compl.t. line of metal buildings BDRM. 3 BH 1200 sq. ft. horn
shed, CH/AC. Available Feb. 15.$425mo. stallatlons. Free ..tlmat... T.n years 60 with central heat/air carport and guarant..d call Tommy Dormon
and damage deposit. $425. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for percent more .n.rgy efficient 275-2131. UFN 9/1
large workshop fenced lot In
maintenance free $3950 Investment on large
Call Patty Shackl.ford 1.268.6493 or FOR SALE Craig. 1/9 tfnchg CUSTOM MADE
required 80 p.rc.nt r.fundabl. Forcompla. Brooker. Own.r moving. Mutt cell, call Oraprles. Valanc and
1.725.1646.2/2 tfnchg DAYCARE In my home. Close to Information call 1.485.1284 for terms ufn 3/1 Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for
package Mr.
2BR UNFURNISHED HOUSI ON TWIN SHALLOW AND DEEP WILL PUMPS PVC Keyston Schools. Call 4737529. 3/1 Bruc. at 1.800.433.5555 2-pd Double Bed Springs and mattress. FREE Estimates. S and W Enterprises.
LAKE SR-100 .att of Keytone. Call pip. and fittings. Wat.r softeners. Itpd 2/23-3/1 4962631. UFN 929NETTLES '

473.3856.3/1.8 2tchg Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgts.. HANDYMAN All kinds of horn repairs, GOVERNMENT JOBS- Thousands of Adult Bicycle' 496-2631. TREE SERVICE Tree removal and

413.40061/5 tfnchg mobll.hom. repairs,and fix-up needs. vacancies must b. filled Immediately.' Studio Couch 280 S.W. 6th St. Phone pruning. Also firewood, oak and pine
No |lob too' small. Minor lor sal.. Call Thomas
WANTEDGLASSWARE. PACK RATi Across from Commercial Circle plumbing $17,634 to 50112. Call 716-842-6000 496.2631.1pd Nettles 496-3823.
on HWY 21N. Open Wed. through repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul Ext. 35625. 2-pd 2/23-3/1 FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES ufn 1222EXERCISE

Old costume I.w.lry.hou..hald Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m. BUY SELL TRADE. LAWN ing. Coll Jim 473-3671 day or evening. MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOMEI I B. Chrome/Smoked glass tabl. with 4 FOR WOMEN Tuesday and
goods, china, furniture, Call 4732183. 1/19 tfnchg WORK Will do any or all-mow flooded with offers! Detailsrush chairs $200. Table with 6 chain $200. Thursday evenings Union County High
miscellaneous Items. PACK RAT. AKC REGISTERED COLLIE PUPPIES 6 rak., edge trim fertilize. Reasonable stamped addressed envelope. R. Washer$123. Dry.r$100. Electric Stove School Room 136-B 7:00-B:00: p.m.
Across from Commercial Circle on weeks old. Pet and Show quality. Trl., and d.p ndabl.. Will go anywhere In Fenstarmacher D.pt. B. P.O. Box 67 $75. Trash Compactor $50. Frost Free $2.00 per class. Mrs. Kenneth Herring

HWY 21 N. Open 9-6 Wed. through Sot. table, and blu. Call 473.7915 this"vicinity. Early retire 473-2368.; Dlnsaur.'Co. 81610. 2-chg 2/23 R.frlg.rator $123. Apartment slie Instructor Call for mar Information

4732183. 1/19 tfncha PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICES Quality Jobs Overseas Big money fast. $20.000 r.frlg.rotor $73. Space Maker GE 496-2787. I-chg;

LAND FOR SALE work guaranteed. Fr. .,tlmat... to $50,000 plus per year. Call Microwave with hood v.nt cost ever
HELP WANTED Comm.rciol-R.sld.ntiol. 475-2197 1-716-842-6000 Ext. 21189. I-pd 3/1 $750 now $300. Sofa $23. Dinette Set
HALL LAKE LOTi Skiing six. lak.. Nice .".nlng.- 3/014tchg 3/22 MOTHER NEEDS BABY SITTING HELP $33..Twin beds $40. Double Bed $60.
subdivision $22,000. $5,000 down and Weekdays for 5 month old. Hours and Odd living room chairs $5 and $10. >
STYLIST a CO-STYLISTt needed for newly balance at 9 p.rc.nt Int.r..t. CARS pay negotiable.' My house possibly Twin BR suit $450. French Provincial BR
TRUCKS
expanded facilities. Must be experienced ,
i 1.264.0605.2/2.23 4tchg your. Call Sandy Hoten 496-3994 between suit $175. Call 752-5259 Providence. .
In all phases ofcosmotoiogy. LOT FOR SALE BY OWNERi Keystone & BOATS hours 7,00-9.00: : p.m.chg I
DORIS' HAIR CLINIC.
Club Estates, 473.3126.2/23.3/1.2tchg
Contact Lois Olun 475-2211. 1/26-3/1 20 ACRES' FOREST HILLS I $34,000. 5
2 HAIRDRESSERS WANTED One hairdresser mil. south of Keystone off SR-100. 1976 CHEVROLET UAZERi 4 wheel drive. FOR RENT

with some following but notnecessary Writ. Harrod 6830 Bright Av., Cocoa Call 473-2859 ofter 5 p.m. 3/1.8 2tchg FOR SALE 'i
and the .cond with Fl.. 32927. 3/1-15 3tpd 1981 HARRIS arPONTOONi Seats 17 TYPEWRITERS '
AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 79 Chevy Caprice; 4-dr.,
managing experience. 473-7944 Wed. peopl.. Ic. box. 120 hp Inboard/out :
thru Sot. 3/1-153tchg MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN board stern drive motor. 95 hours on RENT: Union County Times, 150 Brand new. 24,000 MI.
boat. 9000. Can be seen at Santa F. Main Str..t lok. Butler. Phon. loaded. Sm. Eng.

LEGION Landing on SR21. 473-4683 3/1 Itpd 496-2261 for Information TFN 10/1 Call..9630017A.M.t06p.M. Cash Reglst.r
Mobil Ham 3 BDRM, mobile home.
HALl.Sr-21 7 and 1981 DATSUN STATION WAGONi For Sale
Saturdays
YARD SALE p.m. Phone 496-2020 after 6:00
2-chg:
p.m.
AM/FM. auto trans., A/C $3.875. Call
Sundays, 2-5 p.m. Public Invited. 1/5 3/1.8, $""
473-2308. 3/1 Itchg
MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER PARKING ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closd 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY $350. V.ry Mobil Home In Raiford 2 BDRM $190 .erftentfer. po-If

LOT Sat. 9-5, Sun. 124. Clothing, appliances meetings Monday 8 p.m. Op.n d.p.ndabl., 473-2789 after 6 p.m. Friday month plus deposit call 486-2582 after SISTER, SOPHIE !!
tools 3/1 meetings Friday 8 p.m. Atanon Mon .5:00.p.m.: 1-chg 3/1 Rent
sporting good and all weekend. 3/1
Itchg day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational Itchg JS I 301 ((1 mile North of Starke West side of highway Office Furnilur.W..kly .

MOVING SALEi Sat and Sun. 1125 south Building Community Church 4732790or Palmist .
Lawrence St., at foot of Grove St. 4752130. 1/5 tfnchg Rooms to Rent ReaderAdviser\ .
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, MonthlyJyYsMir
Dishwasher, $173 mlcrowav.-$ ON ALL PROBLEMS OF LIFE -
fees or w.lgh In*. Open meetings .
cloth., and mlscel Items. 3/1 Itpd
KEYSTONE HGTS. TOPS 0391': Annual Tuesay's, 7:30: p.m. Community Church Monthly Weekly Or By The Business .
Night II
Educational Marriage
garage sale. Sat., Mar. 10 from 9-2 Building Keystone tN The
Reed's Auto Ports building. H.lght..473-279O. 1/5 tfnchg
n.xt to Located 'Starke Health
DON'T MISS IT. 318 2tchg BINGO Monday nights beginning Jon. 2 by Post Office Mental

FRI-SATt 9-5 Gatorbon Lak. on CR352. from 7-10 p.m. Percentage gom_. e Etc. Office Shop
Fumltur., dishes, sporting equipment American Legion Post 202 located. HWY Close to Shopping and Restaurants ALL TYPES OF READINGS ALL IS WELCOMED

many mlscel Items. 473-2233. 3/1 Itchg 21 N. of Keystone. 12/29 tfnchg Special $2.00 w/coupon Palm Reading' I 110 W. Call .' .
Hotel '
Magnolia
:' US 301 ((1 mm MorH *f SUrics Will side tl lH hwa,)
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[Sieve ljl 964-5764
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I"Removal I. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
FEED. STORE :. Starke Ads v
FOR SALE
Trimming
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Mlddloburg' Stump Removal.: ..,,,., ....'m .." ..". jjAM'.1.. 1.', P. GAS INCi Fornlly;owned and
Free Estimates "AiW MOBlt.CHOXu l.XiE'sV New1 and :: 'operated. W*:rent bulk tank;'ondfur.,,
'nlsh'cylinders.. W. solicit customers
BUSINESS used mobile homes foivsal. WalterBud
HOMES FOR SALE
i who own bulk tanks W. strive to
givebetter
10-10-10 Fertilizer. . . .$154 ton 5 Firewood ./, OPPORTUNITIESSATELLITE and( ) browse.Alvarez Invites Highway you to 17 com South out prices and service. located 1-10

100 Lbs. Steer Fat8"1001bs..12 I I 473-4732 1 BUY OP THE YEAR I I. 2 BR. 1 BA CB home. Palatka. Fla. 325-9551 or 3284682. In and 121, Call 964-4890 or 259-6810.

% Horse Feed '. ,9" I | After 5 P.M. .f I Financing available. 1-468-1323. 12/01 ANTENNA Dealerships Stark, call Roy Wells 964.5251.9/22. p i's OR'tRADB FORTTiBus converted

Keystone Heights E fjllcnd fj tfn available. No experience required. tfn to apartment. Motor needs
282.1 l' FOR RENT OR SALES Forest THREE 14x70. work. Body rusted. In.ld. REAL NICE
& Insured ,i 3 BR home In Dealer cost for complete unit as Iowa. BEDROOM two bath.
.....4 Heights Subdivision. $7.000 down and $599. Retail $1395. Call Day or Night, 1980. Call 961.6348.2/23 2tpd 3/01 Rooftop air. new gas, elec.: re rig.,
take over payments. Call 964-5423. ((303)) 574.4988.3/01 2tpd 3/08 14x60 BRIGADIER! 2 BR, 1 bath R-20. complete bath stainless steel sinks
3/01 tfn *.? DESIGN YOURSELF A NEW WAY OF LIFEt R.H.It-9In.ulatlon. 18cu. h. frost-fr.e double 'bed. You move. 964-6020.
THREE BEDROOM IVi lATH HOME Full-time/part-time.. Realize refrigerator ceramic tile package, Mon-Fri.,9:30-6. Itchg 3/01
Now Accepting Applicationsfor W/CH4A. Fir pla. and wooden deckIn bitions through the Shaklee Opportuni your am. cathedral celling. 2x6 exterior walls NEW GARAGE WORKSHOP 12x20. big

bock. $7600 down and assume 10X ty. Bonus Program. Bonus car travel. ''Y." plywood floors 8' ceilings, furnish windows, big door fluorescent
One Bedroom Apartment mortgage. For more Information colt For Information. call 782-3790.;. Itpd ed. 141273. $13,900. Delivered and set lighting workbench solid wood con
964-4737 after 5:00 p.m. 3/01 tin 3/01 up. structed.$1,495.Will deliver,284-7777..
.Y OWNER 3 BR home. Saratoga 2/23 4tchg 3/15
Lake Butler Apts. Heights. Inquire at 1320 Blending WANTEDAXLES 14x40 FLEETWOOD WESTON. Frost-free TRACTOR Super A Formal! with equip

Sir..'. 964-7581 or 964-5992.td 3/01 refrigerator wired for celling fan m.nt. $2400. Call 964-8503 after 4 p.m.
LARGE REMODELED TWO BEDROOM 1 cathedral ceilings, house type front PORTAUI QUASAR COLOR TVt 19",
1005 S.W. 6th Street IA horn. Convenient city location. A TIRESi Two axles and four tires, door wired for dryer, furnished $89.00)) pine dicing. room suite, table,..

Lake Butler, Florida Pin. and cypress throughout. Terms. Highest price paid. Green's Welding washer/dryer cabinet, 17448. two benches, two captain ,chair and (.
964.8569.3/01 tfn Shop. 301 South, Stark.. FL, 964-50Q7. $11,900. Delivered and set up. hutch. $750; green living room suit,""
ON HAMPTON LAKE On yr. old brick' 11/03 tfnchg --.oO sofa matching chair and wing-back

horn. 3 BR, IV* BA single .garage, AXLES *TIRESi For mobile homes. Olin's FLEETWOOO EDGEWOODi 14x32.2 BR, ) chair $600. Coll 964-8674 after 6
FEATURES plus double garage. Chain link fenc., Mobil. Horn Sales. Call 964-5606, BA, fum.,frost-fre refrlg., house typ*. KSNMORI SEWING MACHINE With
big oaks on 3/4 acre. ((904)) 4682750. 10/13 tfn front door wired for dryer cathedral cabinet. Features buttonhole maker,

Central Heat & Air ceilings,wired for celling fan, stainless straight ilg-iog and d.eorotlv.'stit4
Patios
Private a BR 2M (VA-FHA) steel sink 15644. $8800. Delivered and chlng. Call 964.7992.2/23 2tchg 3/01
Wall to Wall Carpeting Walk-in Closets Conventional: Financing FOR LEASE set up.14x70 BRADFORD UMEROCX SAlESt 782-3173.

Custom Drapes Cable TV Connections LSheeedlRDRAreadose .-..... lawtey. 2/23 tfn

Matching Stove & Hood Free Water, Sewer& Trash Ser. to Schools.$54.500 TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX $215/mo., BRIGADIER :3 BR,,2 IA. plywood USED GALVANIZED TIN 24"x5'. 24" 7'<
Facilities CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION $130 security: deposit. NO pets Phon. floors cathedral callings, wired for 24 924"x10', 24"JCI". Good condi
Laundry Full Maintenance 9644319All 964-4228 after 6 p.m. 3/01 2tchg 3/08 celling fan 30 gallon water healer fun tion. 7823172.223 tin
Professional Management Closing Costs Peld nlshed, house type front door 14 cu.ft. CAlVESi From two weeks to weeks
frost-free refrigerator 190792 old. Holsteln heifers and bulls, opproxImately -
Wan: Aas Get tieswisMobil D".Jf. $12,900. Delivered and.. up. ':20 head to chaos from. For i
496-3141 Lake Butler:: mar Information,'call 468-2332 or J.DV"3

Call Vicki 496-226J i 19M IRIGADIERI 24x60 total electric Eunice, 964.8230.3/01 tfn
Come By or Call Today! Ho tnlOOAmp.fUS shingle roof masons siding residential GOATS Barbecuing size $25 each; a
D D.cn. Keystone Heights: ,trim. 18 cu. ft. frost-fret nanny and a kid. $45. Baby car seat
For Appointment l..I Call Doris 473-2210 refrigerator ceramic 'tll. package. $30. 9444993. Itchg 3/01
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....-.M.." In Starke 200 Amp. 5240 S fireplace sliding glass door celling PORTABLE DISHWASHER. $100: buffet,
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beams.441272.$23,900. Delivered and. $73:, upright piano $400; large chest
Call Deb'S64-It! 06 S Cowplut* ln tolletlton; ServTce-Avolleel* ,
,set up. freezer, $100; coffee and end tables;
Ml Service!.wIfh'Mem Dl eerii f l lCuirWsJldo
$5 eoch:.on. bed from. $15; doubt
441-1 l7 for Fr E timal.jMAJOH 1984 FLEETWOOD U.-M1' 14x103 bed from and headboard $45 utility

BR. 2. BA furnished, frost-free trailer $150: assorted shrub

t MINOR REPAIRS 'WOOD PORCHI DECKS refrigerator, house type front doors hedges, $1 and up. 782- $n

m JANE S. USHER CUSTOM WORK 4 CYPRESS FENCES garden tub, 30 gallon water. heater. FEEDER PICSi Call 964 5943. Itpd ij
COMRlTEtEBtnLDINO cathedral callings, central1 stereo HIDE-A-EIDI$50.00. Please call m
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1 stainless steel sink' 45387. $12.400.Delivered after 6.00: p.m. Itpd 3/01

REALTOR* and set up. FIREWOOOt M PR1CB SALE- $5.00 peg
Your Union( County Realtor .-.;.-.1 p/u. ScrOll fire wood, oak of pine.5us;
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KENT'S'MOBILE HOME.SERVICE 2'xS FLEETWOOD CHADWICKt :3 BR, 2 shine Industries. Sr 16 W. W* load fa*

496-2126 496-2903 BA total, electric furnished storm you between' 9:30 a.m.'and 2:30 p.m3
or "No Job ,;Too Smalj! .So Give USACa.U", windows 40 gallon w..... heater,, Mon.-,,,. 96407699.3/0' 2tchg 3/08 S

fireplace-upgraded insulation 18 cu. .REGISTERED BRAHMAZINI BULLS JanJGasVlns.
360 West Main Sf. Lak. Butler'SMALL 1 20 YEAR)EXPERIENCE! ALL WORK GUARANTEED ft. f rost-f re. refrigerator 47381.; 964.0356.3/01 tf" ,3

",MS.'r1, S $22,900, Delivered and set up.; JOHND. COLOR TVi'$99 and up; Next to'Stark*]

.: BROWN MOM CENTER. SR 21N. .v,'Trick Stop/south of Stark. 964-1213.
Keystone Heights,47J-377S. Itchg 3/01> RAHlTla"for'pete Lawrence'
ACRE TRACTS........ PHONE or meat
.r510 /,. 'eoX'1I11.i Ft (IIOo4J .7J.Ilr Meng, 6 ml.:301 South. 4681915. tfn.
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1'43: Acr. 'LAKII.GIHev.
tracts.
..,./; COMPOUND BOWL. Bear' Blue Denim.
Acr. tracts located off SR 100. Owner 'finance, easy t.tms. Several.It.*.slid available3 / 30-40-'draw.. Excellent condition.. .$75.
Acr. tracts on SR 18. Owner financing. -- -- -- - -- - ens.esrresrr0 Phone 784.3660.2/09 tfn
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-3 Acr tracts SR 338", Owner Financing. QUERN lID BCD ........ appro*. 7.ft.
10-20 Acres between Lak. Butler and. Gainesville..Owner financing part wooded. < rI Hanoi House : with mirror, night table, all heavy
LARGE ACRE TRACTS... '.< .' ,' I wood. Great condition. $175. Cell I

-180 Acre 'farm on SR 237, '/* mil. river frontag and 2,000 ft. rood frontage. Woods-cropland-nay;: Located on -.. /$ after 3. Itchg 3/01
beautiful country rood. Great hunting. .. Portable Buildings I II MUST GOi Bodcack brand full six*mot.

350 Acr.. Posture and planted pin. Ideal location for development.. Would make beautiful Horse 'farm. I ( ; : tress and foundation (Firm) Ilk. new

100 Acre farm house, barn fenced. Ooss-fervted and pond. All pasture. Owner financed. '((904)) 964-6020( 1"I- $300:'' Whlt/Westln0house 7300 btu
$ window alt conditioner used 4 moor
HOMI......., 'I: .' i ,'" V' '\...". u. I ttis- $ OOJ also musical bar.with

.Beautiful large horn on ono acre with-pool. Prked right. MUST SEEj Very roomy, Ideal 'for .ntortoinlng..I ,EXECUTIVE I S USS FOR CARAGESHOP.eQFFICE'C '' ..Other BufrcUnas; i' flashing"' lights on front radio;' turn
.' I *?? AvallahieFrom, table and rack. fair condition: best
TYPE HOME Call for oppotntment to i-. ; ;. .' II.f' # Bf. .'
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2 Bedroom CB ham. Near haapitatJ'Ceni' H/A. Carpet. dl.hwo.her with extra lot _I lob".,,' .i W". *' I Ae3 R.c.pllghhtal.' ,.r ..NwS."G .... r 'W ,

FmHA Houses available In lak Butler. Call for appointment to .... ._ Wall I .PLAII SOFA QC corndNbn ....,.
' both home additional Ire building for I V -:20 Yr;.Corronfen War. cis. bIII.e;$eO; portWIe If\MIICII pica
!Newly decorated "Inside and out on.V otre. :3 Bedroom, 1U with hobby I,
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Windows
Alu.
shop or.horn* bu.In.... W/W carpe wallpaper* buck stove. dishwasher. Priced to sell., Best buy town. May I 3 'typewriter,wltn cos. $M; Burl choir
.ll Tim Aluminum' I nd cusMsn .i0 Coll
assume fnOf'lgog.'lth down paymen.1! ,. I 'E: .. ;1; 988378.'Tkhg *
*RENTALS.....*.. WORTH I ,fiut:Hoiim-tummi' window. I
PURCHASI Of ANY
$100 ON Q
THIS COUPON
, 'Available" 'Intown.. ,< i : ", I $ .doorsj pkimblntl and eJeev supplies;
*WAMTf0.w..Wrl1 ? ;J4 >. J" ," qty;. : .'I.' t / r 'i i.1" "'i C' cI. C& C Minl i 'OH>. fumltur, BARGAIN ,CIiN*. 1ml
:7 -Rentals' In country. i ', -'. d .\- I ;'; : : .t't Sorage fa.th.f S. rk*, 3/OJ.... '

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NOTICE: HELP WANTED FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES Ceramic Tile,

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I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should bo subj CRUISI SHIP JOBSi Great Incom. poten- MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK BABYSITTING Will watch children: In my Walls and Floors
j mltted to the Bradford County tlal. All occupations For Information Mobil. home and spaces for r.nt. home. $25/week. Call after 5 p.m.. New Work
Telegraph office In writing and paid In call ((312)),742-8620 ext. 362. 2/23 4tpd Recreational vehicles welcome. Phon. 964-4264. 2/16 4tpd 3/08 Repairs end Re Grout
advance unl.s credit I Is olr.ady 3/13 468-2912.9/16-tfn MACHINE QUIlTINGi Crib to king sir.. 9&4.578Subscribel
.established with this office. SALES ADVERTISING at WPXE AM/FM MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT On. mile Betty Hlldebrand 964-8122 2/16 Btpd lruJilIeJO'rREALT
I Stark. Seek Individual Interested In
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT 403ROOFING 0
BI from Storke city limits. Clean Hwy. 16
I HELD RESPONSIBLE radio sales. Full or part time, commission '
FOR MISTAKES WORK
IN W. Call 4681323. 10/07 Hn. Experienced roofer. / .
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CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER plus expenses.All wom.n are encouraged CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Fr.. estimates. No job too .mall. Call
I THI TELEPHONE to apply. Call 964.5001.3/01 Hwy. 16 W., Close to prison. Call 782-3762. Lester ,Austin. 2/16 4tchg
| Classified deadline It. TUESDAY. tin 468.1323.10/07 tin 3/08 Nettles ij & PHONE "964-7776 m
NEEDED
I NOON prior to Thursday publication. BABYSITTER In our "home from STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly EXPERIENCED PAINTER Neat work In- GIC*LI A 205 N. Temple
:, Minimum charge li 1 3 words for$2.73. 8:00.5:00.: Monday thru Friday for our rates. Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple tenor or exterior, Fr.. ..lImat... Tree ?TERWILLLGAR,
th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. three children 2 month., 18 months Ave. 7/28 tfn Reasonable rates with good Starirft stool'
and 6 yon Coll 468-2220. Itchg 3/01 references. Call 964-S177. 1/05 tfn ServiceTree
"" SPACIOUS) 3 BR, 2. BA home with CH/A.
: YARD SALE MUSICIANS NEEDED New road show Eon Call St. Lot of storage. No pets. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All removals Come A Experience Fine/ Living
forming steel, bass, lead, drums, fiddle makes cleaned oiled and '
adjusted
Call 9645827. 11/03Hn
extensive trav.l-good equipment SIS. Work Also pruning demotsing TO SEE iT'IS TO LOVE ITI Charming Nearly n.w/
1222 BRADFORD STi Friday and Satur- a must no tI... Send resume to Chuck NICE ROOM with private bath. 9646035. Strickland corner guaranteed.Morgan Rd.James FIREWOOD brick 3 BR 2 BA .home en 1% Ac, near Country Clb.

day. Weather permitting. Itpd 3/01 Rich, P.O. Box 333 Stark., Florida TWO 12/22 BEDROOM tfn DOWNSTAIRS. Al'Ti'' '. Hwy. 16. Stark. 12/29 tfn and Oak ft Pin. Great Fern Rat.,fireplace( ,fens,scrn'd pore.,total

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! 9.4 Friday 32091 (Photo If possible). 3/01 4tchg $19S/mo $150 security deposit. Phon. PICTURE FRAMES Custom and readymade Free Delivery 1150 heated. SP-$4&A00.-Assorn. mtg. approx.
I : 9.12 Saturday SR 16W left on 233, 2 3/22 964-4228 after 6 p.m. 1/26 tfn at CREATIVE COTTAGE 3 miles Licensed ft Insured $39,672. Mo. pmt $444. Owner pHers.lln.,, also.
: mil.. to 40th St. at d.ad.nd. Itch HAVE TEACHING/MANAGEMENT Mill- LARGE UNFURNISHED up.taln.apart south".of Starke on Hwy. 30t; Phone Quality WorkThomas PREFERRED PROPERTIES
;. 3/01 TYT W. need three professional people Downtown Starke. Phon. 9646118. Satisfaction guaranteed D. NeHU
ment.
BARGAIN HUNTERS DELIGHT Fourfamiliet. to help expand our business. Part 964.7211.2/02 Hn 1/19 finJERRY Owner 496-3823 GOODLOOKING H BR, 2 IA-$S90/mo.' lovely

Sot. March 3, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. time potential. $600-$ 100 and up. It SPACIOUS 4 BR. 2 BA HOME Has 'S ELECTRICAL Reasonable prices home In country'off Bayless Hwy. ft Is for lease
Wom.n. clothing us. 5.11; m.n' depends on you. Call 9644277. Itpd. workshop fenced back yard. Close:/ Free estimates. 24-Hr service w/$200 sec. dep. Dbl. carpt.. JO'xZO' patio,,CH/A
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cloth., shirts 15V4 and uniform pants;, 3/01 convenient. (350 mo., $350 security 468-1119. Hampton. 2094tchg 3/01 Cabinet ft Vanltl pvd. driveway, ...rlg., Novo;D/W. ,
children cloth.; jewelry and much. SELF, MOTIVATED Interested In being 'd.psll. References. 964.5610.2/09 Hn DEPENDABLE CHILD CARE Two responsible COMMERCIAL ft DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY Ideal
much: more. 602 Alton Rd. Behind your own boss? Am looking for a certain BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath. Op. mothers will take good care of New Cabinet locale, hwy. front., appro 18 ;'c. Will divide.
Madison St. Baptist Church. 1 tpd 3/01 type person In Starke area that I pot I te Stark. Post Office. Ask for Mr*. your little ones In the lawt.y area. Cabinet RjlJpalrFormica .ONLY $3,000 and Mo.Pmt.of$S16."will buy you
FRIDAY.ftOO-SiOOi Saturday 8001200.: will put In business. NO INVESTMENT Lyons. Must see to appreciate. Affordable Reasonable weekly, daily A hourly Work a comfortable BR 2 BA home In quiet; con_.

Refrigerator, clothes, antique books 8 a.m. til 11 p.m. 4682908. tchg 3/01 rats 1 tpd 3/01 rates. 782-3224 or 782.3284.3/01' 2tpd ''''.''578 local. on 2 Ig. city lots. Lg. workshop fenced
wire .pool.. electrical cabl. & sup ONE BEDROOM, TRAILER; Compl.t.ly 3/08 backyard pecon't.Ideal for Group Home.
piles, tires and much mar.West 100, 1 LAND FOR SALE' furnished. Electric heat and air Total ALUMINUM ft VINYL SIDINGt Soffit NEARLY NEW BOARD ft BATTEN-Deck. Ben
mil. out. Turn Edwards Rd, First grad. electric.; Near Graham. $55 per week. Custom trimming low rates, free Franklin stove; CH/A, 2 celling fans House ft 1 Ac.
ed rood. Itpd 3/01 ,Phone 485-1371. Itchg 3/01. estimates. Call today, 9648816. Itpd $39.500; House ft 2 Ac. $37.500 House ft 3 Acs..
GARAGE SALE Frl.*Sot..Mar. .8-3. TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant GroveRd. 3/01
2.S3 ,KITCHENETTES WEEKLY And On. USED $39.500. Assumable mortgage S30.000. .at 10V In-
bed, hl-chalr, trailer 13.995.400 down $70 a month. BABYSITTING In home time
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Baby car seat. 2-Room Kitchenette. TV. restaurant my any dayor ,FURNITUREAPPLIANCESNow 0 terest.,$369/mo. payments. Hurry.
17" color TV, 12" B4W TV bed..I.ctrlc' Call 964.5606.9/17 tfn miles night. $25.00 week, child: .
single open. UNDERWOOD MOTEL 3 per per Open.... VA, FHA OR CONVENTIONAL cedar ft block
20" THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brook.r Call 964-4839. 3/01
heater. fan sheets. 3/08 Itchg
North of Storke, US 301.2/23 3tpd '
home In the So convenient I Cathedral celling
Rd. 2995. $300 $33 a month. CHRISTIAN: < atark.-Downtowf city.
bedspreads, dishes. pots pans, down EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Fornlihed MOTHER would like to
i dln.H. tabl. 4 chairs carpets and 964.5606.9/15 tfn with utilities. Suitable for on. person. babysit In my home.: ,All ages, hot 110 E. Call ......'" fireplace: BR. 2 BA, eet-ln kitchen, end.garage,
I' 1975 Ford Courier truck. T ml. S. of ONE ACRE LOTt'' Facing Forsythj Rd, No children, no pets, please. 9645464. meals, lender loving care. 964-8407. high efflc. heat pump. $64.500. low dawn pmt.
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13.000.400 down, and $70 month. ;,$22,900 CUTE ft ONE ACRE-Comp. renov., attract.
: Starke on Rd. 100. on left.,Itpd 3/QU 1 3/01 Hn Itpd 3/01 We Also Service Most
: SATURDAY MARCH 3rdi 9 a.m. '4 p.m. 964.5606.1/12 tfn TWO BEDROOM TRAILER Clean. New BILL'S SAW SHOPt Complete sharpening Major AppliancesNorth 2 BR I BA frame w/8x24 porch. Own. Pie.
Cloth., toys, household Items, books, HANDYMAN SPECIAL For sale 3 BR. 2 carpet. Near Stat., 1' I.an. 964-5161. service, circular hand: carbide, chain ,.98 ACRES-H.avy timber ft 301 frontage.Own. Fin.
I S handmade Items. Corner Butler and BA M/H on one acre In city of Starke. Itpd 301LARGE mower blade hollow ground and Central' App., Inc. .INVESTMENT-Pos. cash flow. Dpl .-$3.000. City.
; Alton Rds. Itpd 3/01 Great location.Close In. $10.500 FIRM. UNFURNISHED HOME Hwy. 227, balanced. Leave at Jackson Building Buy-Sell-Trade .MINI-ESTATE4 BR brick"en S ac. Art!. .fence

1 :j SOME FURNITURE 16 goug..shotgun Ph. 1-824-1317 or 13722740. Keep try- 3 BR, 1 BA. Two carports, larg. screened > Supply In Stark., Keystone Heights or 964-4999 w/elec. gate, stkd pond ft metal bldg..
: lots of miscellaneous. 630-B Magnolia Ing. 2/09 Hn porch utility room. 96-4.5559..3/01 Lake Butler. TFNchg EXTRAORDINARY BRADFORD VILLAt Close In,
I!,, I Drive in Raiford on th. left past UCI. '20 ACRES Good land. 3V4 miles N. of ,Hn- GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, BUSIEST CORNER In Sta.... 85000.

March 2, 3 & 4th.:9.00-: ., 5:00.431.1766.. Starke. 301 & CR-233 (Morgan Rd.' ) TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMEl Very etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, .LEASE-B.autiful furnished ho..... Best locale.
; Itch0 3/01 964.7135.2/23 tfn nice, expando LR, quiet location. 9646078. Orders also token Irr lake VACUUM .MIMOSA DRIVB-Wenl $ BR. 2 BA Brick CHftA.
, : FIVE FAMILIES Friday only, 900300.: MICHIGAN RANCH BAR a PROPERTY! 9 $200/mo. First and last month's rent. Butler 496-3079, and Keystone LOVELY CB HOMI IN COUNTRY Ac, $47,0001
; Baby .cloth., books, some Topper- 1 plus acres. 70000. $30,000' down will $tSO'cleaning dap. Call after 6:00: p.m. Heights, 4734973. 2/26 Hn S SALE COUNTRY RETREAT Ape "2_CH&A.fireplace.
Call
war., crafts ,oth.r clothing and 1 hold first mortgage' on rest. 9646054. Itchg 3/01 FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS : I SRI);'230 BRICK CHSA-F.ncd large lot. $52.000.
miscellaneous Items. miles W. on 100 Margie, 4734456. Itpd 3/01 TWO BEDROOM,' unfurnished garage 144 West Call St. '....7303 NEW & USEDWe .4 BR STUCCO wi..,. apt.,1.42 A.,$48,000.OWNER .
at Crosby lake. Follow signs. Itchg apartment. $200/month. First lasty.ar's Open Tues.-Frl. 9 til S:30 OUr west of
Finance Own NN.-14'Ac. lawtey,
3/01 CARS & TRUCKSIS 1_.. Call 9648404. Itchg 3/01 Sat. 'AM til 3PM .
FRIDAY AND SATURDAYS 305 S. Church ONE BEDROOM furnished guest hou... Appts, Not Always Necessary, KIRBYS .$$15.000-1 frame on 2 Iota In country.

Street.'Tiller, seedplanter, push plow. IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS for'$44 $175/month First last deposit year's 4 ., ....,::. ..JlQ1 tfn, L.ROV.u.s' .60 ACRES ACRES.off Rd,.well 235.ft$2,000 an Edwards acre. Rd. ,"

tool, blfdrt ,*lr i ageAiursltufe.household _' .through the U.S.Gov.rnm.nt? Get the 1.0_. Call 9648404. Itchg 3/01 E EKAS.. :" 11 PLUS septic. ,
i faq 1 1 ((313)) 4 SMALL.'TWOBEDROOM; Mobil.- Ilom.,""'-'''' :-'I .lo> WANTTODRINK9'i4.s! ''. ,. '" -lAIWf BUHDINO LD1.es.u Road.
., i tyN," .ttr' IJL.h JJ1'd'0'1"! I tinn "I..s,4 H-U 1 1..xt. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS:: a.a.a ,.
i items I with heat A air, Call 964-7625.. Itpd ELECTROLUX
4'fRIDAY. MARCH 21 8:30: 430.: 208 N.Cherry 1979 FORD LTD III Power steering power 3/01 WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS FILTER QUEENS SVININOSlAVnNOUTlAWMM7S I VHOCIAM<.M.MtnSS
V+ St. Weather permitting. Itchg brakes, AC. n.w radial tires $1985. SMALL TWO ROOM FURNISHED hou... Alcoholics Anonymous PAYS __12U NOV W474MIUA
7823307. Itchg 3/01 $130/month. Call after 500.: 964-4264. '.....150 ,....UU 944-4194 SEARS ,_M4-4411 WAVM OOUOIAS...._
MOTORCYCLES 1972 DODGE VANi Six cylinder 1000. Itpd 3/01 ALANON FAMILY GROUP. COMMERCIALWe TOMMY CHMTAIN 5/443,5
1602 Bessent Rd. 9647622. Itpd 3/01 '....'21' repair all nplces

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t: i C iVVirtt Stpf< / :
197S Z-l 900 KAWASAKI See to ape DODGE STEPVANi Needs brakes, $500. n 1957
I' predate. $2000. Call %4.5289.2/16 tfn 782-3872.'anytime. Itchg 3/01 Now R i ritirvg8xl2.tp12t ( 964-6918 4 \Sand ft Llnwrock Well Drilling
FA 50i lIk. new. 84 miles. $395. Curl. l I9M CHEVY PICKUP! R.bullt drive Plumbing Repair It.
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Cycles, Hwy. 301 ''S. ''964-6020. Itchy, frame, motor needs pistons, body : T2 mSPECiAt. ; Call Debt 3 Miles north of 468-1455

rough, will sell whol.or ports $500! or .: 6* V2'0nft ;i2S 5DoltYour 984-S305' Starke onUS 301 licensee1. .
BOATS best offer. Call to see,964-6588, Friday State Hampton.............
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14 FT. BOAT J. AlI.CONDITIONlNG.I
BY OWNER 1981 RX-7 MAZDAi 6900. F-.I0.w14L! _
782-3321
Evlnrude motor. $500. Phon. IT ,
Call 964-7094 oft.r 6:00: p.m.. 3/0141pd
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alter'4:30 p.m.1Ipd' 3/01 3/22 PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS NEW INSTALLATIONS
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hirlpool 10 SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
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Don't Be AStatistic S Blueberry: > : 11 'And'Save 1.2 ,& 3 Bedroom Apt*. I. oj MASTER LICENSED
: From 150" tit 1297"G1 I INSURED BONDED
# Plants ':
41,000 Chimney Fires last : ;,. $:$ $ ". REASONABLE RATES 0

fear.$9 million damage to W Madison .I'
f' ,1530 ,
Supplies twee! MS*
lomeewners. Don't let this Plumbing,
NOW' Phons{ 964.6312
Tapper!* to you.Estimates WAYNE KINNEY
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Trailer Poa Sp.dal '-i! .3 Bedroom Brick Veneer Homo ." Special Insurance' lot M.H. Jones

Good prices Home Parks
L I Mobile" Bulldozing &
t -1'/ Bath CH/A: Carport .Utility! Roomarp.ting. j
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Delivered Anywhere Gainesville Sun 't I For I AH ,types of Land Clearing
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CarriersN'eede'd' And Oth.r Supplies I mobile homes.

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1.4.5 1541' 'Musi have reliable car end post ; For Information.Call< .< .
at Gainesville ,"' '... 40i South Walnut 964-6853

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9&4-3170 ; '
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r am d' v i fl 130" 'Ac." Well submsr. front porches
A 1JOUIUIU1S8I1SUSUSSIIIIS1IMSUSIS Bible pumpJ": ..ptleelec.:; shady lot./ ;fruit tree. 6-
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CaipitCleaning 95 Scotch nI poles 'In for fence, KH, pecan trees, tend shop.
......- .:.: Subscribe.j! .' (Any $14 area. $12SOO..Terms1327S.a S4S.OOO. '''<.'
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a' t ERA --- -- r '& Hail iBrle BR.3: BA brick home. Fenced BR, 3 BA doubl.wde

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,t'I I FAULRNER'.REALTw ., FLORILAKD -k 59" /329-2 BR ,1 (A. Fenced Screened< enclosed jxjlv.10x14 .'
Whole House Special (uv.. OIn?Hd,38r.; .).,. yard .like 'new; Walk shelter, J2JMX5O:

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I Bradford following Individual appearedin Appearing in Bradford County 180 days, 50 hours community."+*_'\ > Court February 2t before Judge
County Trafflc-Criminal Misdemeanor court February 13 George H.Bterca
I Court February 1*: before, Judge'iI before Judge George H. Pierce were The following Individuals) appeared' '; Data M ntNeto guilty selling, glv
George H. ,
PJerce the following cases. Bradford\ County Traffic &ImiR.l Ing orlperying alcoholic beverages to
':,'., Ernest Lee Bates, driving while intoxicated Kenneth Ash McNeal, trepass, to Court February .27 befor Judge) '' ; }' perspri under age 19, fined HU.75.
I fined $281.50, license spend 26 days in jail (credit given for George H. Pierce. X Timothy Henry Byers guilty
suspended six months, Salvation Army four days). Olin. Stafford Waldron, driving disorderly Intoxication, sentenced to e
supervision, 50 hours community Greg Morgan, disorderly intoxication while intoxicated, fined $806.50 three days in jail credit given for
work and must attend driving while fined $59.25.Nonjury :>>. license suspended five year "under .time served. lea 4m
Ii intoxicated (DWI) school. Salvation six Donald
Army supervision months Manning Cribbs
guilty
) Frederick R.Phillips,driving while trials in Bradford County serve jail time of 40 days((4rOOlt. .. .fishing without a license pay$14 cost.
intoxicated, fined $281.50, license Court February *3 included .the given for 28 days). James Cunningham guilty fishing StcekL'ec(8iI
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: .. suspended six.months. Salvation Army .' .
'J "' following cases. Waldron, driving while"licensesuspended without a license, pay $14 court cost.
rn, supervision 50 hours community William Aaron Martin, driving or revoked, case dismiss- Kenneth A. McNeal case of fishing
work, must attend DWI school while intoxicated, fined $281.50, without a license, dismissed.
:. Phillips, driving with unlawful license suspended six months.Salvation ed.Waldron, failed to drive within a Michelle R. Hatfield, fishing
I. alcohol blood level case dismissed. Army supervision, 50 hours community single lane, fined $39. without a license, pay $14 cost.\
t., Phillips, failed to maintain single work, must attend DWI Waldron, no tag, fined $39. ( s JflVcttthe
I lane, fined $59.29. school. Charles Hubert Grier Jr., driving The following individuals appearedin
:<. I David Franklin Sweat, driving Clyde Hogan McRae driving with while intoxicated fined $281.50, Bradford County Court February
\! while Intoxicated, fined $281, license unlawful alcohol blood; level,. wilful license suspended six months, Salva 27 to enter a change of plea: Q QC :
t suspended.six months, Salvation Army and wanton reckless driving fined tion Army supervision, 50 hours com.
.. supervision six months, 60 hours $111.75. munity work must attend DWI Alton Lamar Moore guilty driving ITytObiQ.
community work and attend DWI Cathy Roundtree, assault pay $35 school. while license,suspended or revoked, q ttGict, sh.P
I school. court cost.Ishmeal. Joe William Wright, no valid driver fined $85.50 ..: '
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'.'' I Sweat, driving with unlawful Avon Trull, driving while license, fined $59.25. Moore .guilty \improper tag, fined 6II8 ;
I ,. alcohol blood level case dismissed. intoxiated, fined $281.50, license Laura Hart McKinley 8550. MONDA'J,14O IE5pffJ, FRltWJ tk.WORPrVf lM ooi- 3.Oorrr ':
Sweat driving while license suspended six months must attend while license suspended or revoke Moore case of driving while Intox-
,' suspended case dismissed. DEI school,50 hours community work pay cost$25.McKinley. icated, dismissed.
Sweat, failed to maintain'single Under Salvation Army supervision.Trull no tag, fined $15. Moore guilty driving while license BUILDING CONTRACTOR ;
} lane; fined$59.25. driving with unlawful alcohol McKinley, unlawful l speed, fined suspended or revoked fined $&5.50. A COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Jorge T, Figuerca, novalid: driver'slicense blood level, nolle by state attorney. $64. Moore guilty driving while license
fined $55.25. Louie Pellechio, no Valid driver suspended or revoked, fined 85.50 CUSTOM
: Carol Maria Lunde, driving while The following defendants entered a license, pay $50 cost. Bobby Powers guilty driving while BUILT
license suspended or revoked, fined change of plea in Bradford Court Kimberly Ann Norman,violation of intoxicated, fined $1,594, license
I $59.2$. February 13 restrictions, pay $15 cost. suspended indefinitely, must attend ,t. HOMES ':' :
Lunde, no tag,pay costs $14. Gerald Ray Hawkins guilty driving Carolyn Lanette Williams, no valid, DWI school, sentenced to 20 days in CONSTRUCTION:
Raymond Randall Bell driving while intoxicated fined $1,068 30 .driver license, pay $10 cost. jail on weekends, remain under probatlon 1:1 NEW .'.:
j while license suspended or revoked days in jail (to serve 10 days on Carol Marla Lunde driving while with Salvation Army for eight REMODELING
I five days in jail on weekends. weekends, credit given for 20 days), license suspended or revoked fined months. 1 1 1- I RESIDENTIAL La
I, I Joseph Christopher Dougherty no attend DWIschool, Salvation Army'' $59.25.:
I valid driver's license, 25 hours com. probation 180 days, license' evoked 10 Sylvester Warren, improper ytag, FLORIDA COMMERCIAL
: ,munity work under supervision of years, pay $14 cost. y, FHA-VA
Salvation Army Louie Gene Donn guilty driving Jerry Perry, failed to, drive in THEATREStarke j,, CONVENTIONAL
i.. I' Joseph Alston, no valid driver'slicense while intoxicated, 'fined $281.50, 50 single lane, ten hours community l," FINANCING .'
dismissed pay$10 cost. hours community work, Salvation Army work under Salvation Army supervi 964-5451 n Ft' LICENSED INSURED ;
Nathaniel Thompson, no valid probation 180 days, license by STEVE HAVES-OWNER .
driver's license, fined 5525. suspended 180 days, must attend DWI sion.Perry, no valid driver license, 50 .
Sun.
Fri. Sat.
Kenneth D. Mann, no valid driver'slicense school. hours community work under Salvation 964-6211
produce license and pay $10 Harold Robert'Woods guilty driving Army supervision. ,
IF ANSWER CALL
cash. while intoxicated, fined $281.50 must UNCOMMONVALOR ISO -
964-649 :
Richard Doyle Keene,driving while attend DWI school 180 days Salvation The following individuals appearedin
license suspended.or revoked, fined .Army supervision, license suspended Bradford County Misdemeanor STEVE HAYES BUILDERS INGsi
$59.25. L GENE HACKMAN| ,.
Sterling Ross,Peugh, no tag. fined WHMBWHMMMMMMKIMMH M MMMflMMMIMMH VJHIVaHBHHHHm 321 N.TEMPLE STARKE':
Seven men

$59.25.Peugh, no tag, $25 cost. Starke' Family Planning ClinicTubal with one thing'... .
Peugh, driving, while license, .In common. F- : '
suspended, or revoked, fined $85,50. /k PARAMOUNTEl REUPHOLSTER! :
Tubes tied .
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Peugh, improper tag, $25 cost. ) PICTURESHOWTlMES'
Peugh, unlawful speed, fined $29 > Why buy new f
James William Tomas- driving' Hospital stay necessary No abortions performed when your present
while intoxicated, paid fine $1,068 Friday 7:00 < 9:00 furniture Is ;
(was sentenced in January). 964.6500 Sat. & Sun. 5:00.7:00.9:00 probably made better..

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Don't buy your next car or truck until you check / 964.7484 \ I
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Lake Chevy-Olds prices.: The money you save Is Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.,

STOP yours. Don't throw it away, put It In the bank or STOP ESTIMATE-( WE I

use It for,your vacation. You do save at, take WILL BE IN ,


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They are here for You! o. PLUS 2OeOFFon,
Draperies STM ..Rd.Colt 396-9990
Charlie Schramm, president of Lake Chevy-Olds, invites all of youto Twilight Zone JACKSONVILLE, FL 32207, _. ;

stop by and check the bargains on their new and used cars and ._----

trucks. Charlie says if he doesn't'have' it. he'll get it for VOIL I O The :

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Camaro Beriinetta Cutlass FOO'i: :
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Fleetside Pickup In stock! 1100x15", 3140
now Y-8 engine automatic #: Starke
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I 1100/U" RV trM onIoft.-4 tires for immediate. Ult, space tiro. carrier air, color coordinated mirrors/ l .
IS" turbo chrome wheel, custom tu-tone blue ,with white custom automatic,AM/FM stereo,cassette, .
stripe package, power itMring,V-a deelIveryIloaded, stripe package\ ,stereo. tilt wheel, bodyside ,rnolding, -
i' .w.redcolotsndabeautyt.I SALE PRICE pinstrlpesi Fresh Pork Fresh Lean
USDA Choice Boneless
SALE PRICE with equipment. SALE PRICE

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Cab factory equipment ItSXTSRU" wheels,A/C,tinted glaas\ ,gwge antenna,gauges,bodyelde molding, .
w/ctuelrearw...... Mist 1 eyUnder engine, SALE PRICE ,lltt r container. ,flrcmlat grey palnl.TIISONEWOWTLAIT. : 1077"Tender

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