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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 8, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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5. In a historic move, county commissioners Management Practices established
n passed a law to protect en- pursuant to Section 208 of the Clean .-
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t ot t+ vironmentally sensitive lands from Water Act (codified at 33: USG 51288) _.:-.a
{ certain uses, including mining. and detailed in the Silverculture Best ;: .
The ordinance is designed to pro Management Practice Manual
hibit peat mining in the Santa Fe published by the Florida Division of
Swamp, for example, but allows Forestry, Department of Agriculture ,_:.
(" forestry operations.The and, Consumer Services '.
law allows the non-commercial
Foresters at the said _
cultivation of field fruits ber meeting they
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can !live with that definition, which -
ries, conventional homes, and mobile : :
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lays out in feet, for how
homes, as well as selective example,
forestry close to a pond the land can be clear'
operations. It is aimed
at limiting cut. The wanted '.
forestry industry
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usage or protecting such environmentally .
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i something definite, that can be quantified -
sensitive areas as the Santa Fe "
Swamp; a recharge area for the Hood explained
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uifer. Only other change commissionersmade
Prohibit was to add authority to charge. :
are commercial
Industrial
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a reasonble fee to hire outside expertsto
use, mining activities, borrow
Y analyze data In case' someone :.
V kyian water pits areas, dredging, excavation or filling or of removal land or flagrantly violates one of the 11 Stan- .

of earth, and junk yards. dards, and to charge the* cost to the
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holder
The new law amends ,Ordinance permit or seeker.
80-3 the G-P owns some 5,600 acres in the:
county's zoning law. It is based
Santa FQ Swamp region in the
Tornado Toughies... on' the'county's comprehensive -
southeast of Bradford
land part County,
use plan which designates I
These 12 Bradford High students stuck to their books and hung In there to Wendy listen, and Michelle Stillwell. servation areas, and regulates use con of north of Santa Fe Lake. G-P bought _-
earn straight-A's the entire first semester. They are (I-r): Hack row Anna Marie Ward Tammy Thomason. Sherri llarrell, Robert such sensitive areas. 5,316 acres In 1981 for $2,024,100. v .
First row: Greg Wiggins Stephanie Redding. Michelle Kimutis Tony Hill Carver, Lisa Itlx! and Lisa Blalock. '. You have nothing now; Attorney Monday's vote came after the county -

.\ 'John Kopelousos told county commis- Zoning Board worked over the proposed '
sioners, and this is not the ulitmate, law the week before. and,made
but is a start. The new law can be some changes

12 :Earn Straight-A's for Semester at BUS,, W WA ; 'Kopelousos amended as added.the need is seen. Park Attorney, was ''retained Kopelousos by, the of Orange county

Efforts to adopt such a law were accelerated after efforts at a "mining ordinance
dozen Bradford High students,or 1.17 percent of Education, Lea.d'ership Development-1Vi/ Law William Harrell of Brocket-. Miss Harrell's subjects in recent years when had failed. Kopelousos, experiencedin
the 1,025-member student body, earned straight-A's Studies. were Modern Scientific Methods Standard English Georgia-Pacific Corp., a giant timber zoning matters;suggested the best ;
for the entire first semester. Michelle Kimutis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed9 and Physical Education/Life Management Skills. company, bought the Santa Fe way to protect environmentally sensitive -
These 12 students may not have earned straight- ward F. Kimutis of Starke. Miss Kimutis' sub'ectsWendy' Hsieh; daughteivof Mr. and.Mrs. John Swamp and announced its intention to lands would be through zoning
A's each six-weeks grading period but their four were Math Analysis, Chemistry I, and Humanities. Hsieh of Starke. Miss Jlsieh'S subjects 'were mine the peat to fuel electrical laws.
grades, three six-weeks and a semester examMichelle Stilwell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Physical Education/Life Management Skills, generators, at its Palatka processing The new law sets up a new conservation -
averaged the necessary 94 points for an A-average Lloyd R. Stilwell of Graham. Miss Stilwell's sub- Algebra I, and Modern Scientific Methods. plant. zoning classification .
for the semester. jects were Anatomy and Physiology, AdvancedLisa Rix; daughter! of Mr.:and Mrs.'Alvin Rix of When it came down to Voting on the designated CSV, and bans mining! andother ;'.:'
Another 161 students, or 15.7 percent of the English f 2, Independent Leadership Study,antj Law Starke. Miss Rixs subjects,were.P.byslcalEduc "ordinance; ,+ which .the ''county has other commercial activities .I..f.-'. ;
1,025-member student body, earned all A's and B's Studies : . "o., "' llcbfa '1' andav. worked on since +,.within,.'the...deslgnatej.lAj' } >
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the honors list with 7 straight-A students and S3 A-B Juniors: -Tammy.iThomason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G-P's Charlie Hood said his company cannot discriminate by regulating 't. .
students. There were 34 senior A-B students,, 42Stephanie Redding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Thomason of Brooker. Miss Thomason's sub- supports a strong regulatory just against Mining.
Juniors, and 32 sophomores. Lonnie Redding Jr. of Starke. Miss Redding's subjects were General Science, Standard American measure, but cautioned the commis- .Special permits for' dredging and.
The top dozen students, 4 seniors, one junior, and jects were Advanced American History and Government; and Physical Education/Life sion against adopting'irresponsible mining will be available under the'
7 freshmen, are: Government, Chemistry I, and Law Studies. Management kills. standards: to be met.A new law, providing the petitioner can
Anne Marie Ward daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,G-' proposed definition of demonstrate no significant"adverse '
Seniors: Freshmen: Fred Ward .Lawtey.. Miss Ward's subjects were forestry operations was the major affects on; '
Robert Carver, son of Mr. and Mrs. WarrenLisa Blalock, daughter of Wayne Wilkinson of Standard American Government, Band,. and Stan- change the commission agreed to 1) Surface and groundwater quality ,
Carver of Starke. Carver's subjects were Advanced Starke and Mrs. Sheila Wilkinson of Lawtey. Miss dard English 9. '. before adopting the measure. The and quantity. .
Physical Education Applied Math, and Law Blalock's subjects were Standard AmericanGreg Wiggins, son of Mr. and Mrs. H4. Wiggins definition of' forestry in permitteduses 2)The timing, velocity volume, and
Studies. Government, General Math, and Standard English of Starke.:"Wiggins's subjects were Modern Scien- now reads "Forestry, provided direction of surface Water flows.Conservatlon..p.2A.
Tony Hill grandson of Mrs. Bertha Johnson of 9. i 12Earn.P.2A1: that forestry operations are con-
Lawtey. Hill's: subjects were Advanced PhysicalSherrl Harrell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .. (see > ?, ducted in accordance with Best (see )

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the name of Reubin is expected that next Tuesday s tional Conventiuon in July,''but only ,, '? Tuesday into Florida to capture Hampshire, more than double what Precincts ''1 add '2) Lawtey' :
Askew will appear on the Presidential 'voting will be extremely light. Glenn and Mondale have two listed on new prospective delegates before' the candidate received in the last. Volunteer Fire Department. .>, '
Preference Primary ballot next Tues The State Elections Office has in- the ballot. Jackson and McGovernhave the state Democratic presidential-' three months of,1983. 3) Bradford County Agricultural ;
day, March 13, a vote for'Florida's structed county' election officials to one alternate listed..and,.Hart preference primary. Building, on US-301 north., ,-<
one-time"favorite son" candidate for tally all votes cast on the printed has none. Hart the Colorado senator 4) Bradford County EMT Building, '
spent Hart receives
president will be meaningless.Since ballot and send in the results In- To vote the full ballot, voters should 45' minutes ,on' a runwayapron at from television now networks daily and coverage other, Grand and Weldon Streets in Starke,
cluding any votes that might still be mark their choice for presidential Jacksonville, International Airport to back of the courthouse. '
ballots for the March. 13 cast for Askew. The Askew votes, nominee, as well as his delegates and He is touring Florida airports. news deliver organizations-his opportunity free to 5)) Bradford County Public Library,
primary had already been printed however, will have no effect in the alternates listed'separately''on' ,' the campaign message Walnut and Jefferson Sts. in Starke.
millions of voters each Such
day. '
and distributed to Florida election officials presidential preference sweepstakes, ballot. Glenn began'a two-day swing with ''received suchbytheboards 6)' Residence of Gary and. Grace
before Askew's decision to since he is no longer a candidate. Registered Republicans, who will stops in Lakeland, Orlando, and coverage was never candidates by Askew Buckley, CR-225. '
The names of two other make their choice of Gainesville. A distant third in New' as Head ,.
withdraw from the race it was too ex- a presidential and who columnist James J. 7)) Start School (old RJE'
late to prepare 'a revised ballot. candidates Sen. Alan Cranston and nominee in the same "Super Hampshire, Sen. Glenn needs solid Hollings said, televisionwere school). ';.'
Askew made the decision to withdraw Sen. Ernest Hollings, will appear on Tuesday" voting, have a much gains.throughout the South on March: Kilpatrick of the better Sunday candidates.A on 8A and 8B) Starke Recreation.
after results from the Iowa caucusses the ballot, although they, like Askew, simpler task. Only name on the ,13 for his presidential bid to survive. two Center, 456 Pratt Street.:

and the New Hampshire primaries, have dropped out of the race. Republican ballot will be' that of '''Mondale 9A and 9B Southslde Elementary' .-. .
showed his support in those two early- President Ronald Reagan, who Is made Monday pjnl: stops new Boston Globe poll, -conducted School Cafeteria.. .',. .J, .
voting states to be minimal. With his This (leaves'the voter with a choice unopposed for the GOP nomination. in Orlando and Tampa,but canceled a following the NH primary, IDA) Theressa Community Center ,/:
campaign funds already used up the of five "viable" Democratic- scheduled: Tuesday stop in Jacksonville gave Hart 41 percent'support, com- SW 38th Avenue. .
negative results of the two early didates from which to choose:; John traveling Instead to, pared with 29 percent for Mondale In lOB) Faith Presbyterian Church. ..
voting states dried up any ,further Glenn; Gary Hart, Jesse L.'Jackson, Massachusetts to campaign, a sample of 611'likely voters in the Roads 21 and 21B. :
George McGovern and Walter Mon-' Mass. March 13 primary. A similar 11)) HaD
sources of campaign financing for. Campaign Trail ibu this into Tues- Hampton City ; .
Askew making it impossible for him dale. Each of the five has a full slateof point going Super poll on Jan. 16 gave Mondale 43 percent 12A and "12B) Chamber of Com.
Leads to Florida day Sen. Hart has the momentum
to continue as'a viable candidate, ; five delegates, the total number '. the valuable support. Hart had a barely. detectable merce Building, corner of Walnut and
allowed for the Second Congregational Gary Hart, who skyrocketed from most campaign currencya 3 percent. Madison Streets in Starke. ,;
District. Voters are instructed nowhere a week ago to burst Walter candidate can have. 13) Terwillegar Ford, Motor C6:,,
The ballot is confusing, with a placeto that their ballots for delegates will not Mondale's bubble', of invincibility Madison Street ,
Plates..
vote for the candidate and separate be counted if they vote for more than landed Tuesday in Jacksonville as the -, "or' 'example ., Polling 14) National Guard Armory;. Edwards ,
places ''to vote for his qualified candidates began a blitz to lure Hart took in'200,000In campaign; The county's 20 polling places for Road. .. -
delegates. Since local interest hasdeclined five.Each candidate is also entitled to Florida voters for. Super Tuesday. ,,contributions In three days last week the March presidentialpreferenceprimary ISA'and 13B) Brooker Community..

since Askew's withdrawal, it two alternate delegates to the Na- Hart, Mondale,and GfennTatmchedl- after defeating Mondale, New are; Center. ; ,,i'! .. ', .

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j Strawberries Making Slow Recovery From. Christmas :Freeze '. ::1 "r .p" -1., ., '. .'.'''''' 'F', '..ii" {'t,'if.I .'.'LP"Vpl'.''' :f.:"', I "" .,,,.y I :'(

Bradford County's cold-blitzed barring further setbacks. In that Leon Starling, who started picking ; Christmas freeze,with no hope of getting '. In '.BSection.Solar .... : } ; /)

strawberry crop Is case ,some of Bradford's beautifulberries berries March 12 last year,says it will K.:, low-interest, loans In time to help 1 .- .. '
some"nice big bloom"CountyyAggent will be reedy for the county be another three to four weeks before i recoup their lessee by planting other' ."4, :: ;
Bobby Taylor said after a Monday, .fair running April 4-7. his fields are ready for the U-pickerav '', spring crops. Taylor said the Small : '' ,' ,; :
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' Will still be the first of.April before from Canada have with only '20-2,000 Hefald'scattered that berry growers do not The US'SolarCorporotlen: I Is .A.f irst of Its kind event at .-

1. any. considerable fruit matures- demonstrated their ability to withs- in the fields out of. 50,000 qualify for SBA disaster loans,'and loving{ their'best' ;yea ever: ) Keystone Heights Elementary\
I tand cold and few were killed by the prginally planted the county has not yet received at more and more \ draws a big crowdt', ,." I
The early March freeze-and-frost :now famous "Christmas freeze' Starling agrees with Taylor that the' {' .,
disaster area declaration from the "
;i' lave another setback to the berry when unofficial temperatures as low current crop "just doe&n't look homeowne'disc the save ; :
t but actual loss was small ; 8 :UADA which, would. make... (growers Involved' 'In solar water '
crop, as degrees were. reported in the right and said it remains to be seen 'j.''eligible. hags <
I because the bloom and young then on county. what quality and size will be a month .heating. Tornado CUan-wp.... :
the plants was not up to par in quality. It's a' different story with the more from now.Growers. .'
I A healthier bloom Is now appearing Infields tender Sequoia plants! which are.more... ? Most growers. now, tee '' breakingeven '" '; : II ',, pesldents atr Door' ;:Spring ;ri'I'' ';
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) Icking; some ripe berries by: April 1, originated. ; production, losses from the" pen hope for. ,;, ,-. '; "I. .1 :""' tornado. ) '.".'.,", 'tj'; '/&r'1,, ,;,'. I.. :.
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k Dcckkm Placing)Mobile Homes Should Be Made At Home'L'awEey' COHWI iMMqt: Says ,\ .4" A Ion : ,'
{ OB ',' privot cprporot :jokes- ,NewsBrleh;I. \ '::1' .

I: :' x Should' proposed bill allowing That deiclsion was made when City should be.." added :Shulord,. after; :4 mobile homes to bit set up anywherein over theprl.on Industries at' The latest fiews*from the I

" mobile homes 'to placed, anywhere Clerk Lucille Shufcrd read a letter reading the letter. "These<< decisions ,.' .,the state. regardless d* local xon4 Union County Correctional! and police bee i In kVai4ford .arid "
1 w: make it to the legislature. Lawtey CitY from the City of Tampa which oppos- should be made .at home and not-inTahlahe'ssee n' iorJ.: :: ,Florida' 'Slat Prison:: "" Union Cownrtei'.fi', ] ;' ;
1\. Council Is prepared to Join other ed the bill. '=In Lawtey we do it case- ." coUncil" >" \, ." -:'" .', .I, ; .< : : > :. ,:/

II S,1,i'' cities' in opposition.r "-;,,.,''t' N. by-case and think. ., that's, ..;the. r4"way, it.; The- bill, package" would4,
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I 1 trucks are tearing up discriminatory manner," Sheriff A county ordinance passed In
I s 1 'I L Y i Bradford's secondary roads, but Reddish cautioned commissioners, January 1978 limits load weights on
county officials cannot agree to enforce telling them they can't Just go after secondary roads to 80,000 pounds or
Qt'f1 1 t : the law to handle the problem. limerock trucks. The state has of. 16,000 pounds per axle. Many semi-
fear ,, \' Commissioners had fered to send a man to Bradford County trucks weigh over 70,000 pounds, said
'Just once' help weigh trucks. But the state Sheriff Reddish.
again, discussed the problem Mon
i March 6 when won't make the cases, a county deputy Sheriff Reddish suggested a com-
day Sheriff
? Dolph ,
Reddish in for will have to be present to do that, mittee of county attorney Dudley
dropped visit and
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ended with little
a more than he
up ex
,. pected."Sheriff. Reddish pointed out all types of problem. .
these boys they'retearing large trucks use county roads such as
w d l say
roads chicken feed trucks and log trucks. '
up our Vice- and Roads will have to be built to 1
Chairman Maxie Carter "It seems a shame to sit here ;
Reddish. Jr. greeted let them tear up our roads," said primary standards if the big trucks !
local continue to use them, Commissioner "
Commissioner Carter, saying
"Who said? the sheriff asked."I .
1 did said traffic is OK such as chicken feed Mosley said. Or, Commissioner Max. r:
Commissioner ie Carter pointed out, built at least
trucks going to a farm or loggers
; Lawrence Mosley telling the sheriff a
feet wider. Either is :
two more
resident called tell hauling timber out. Carter says way expensive
to him that
limerock "look like convoy" on thecounty's truckers running through the county and will slow down the coons
should roads. ty' of paving.
use primary pace i
newest paved SpeedvilleRoad. Commissioner Mosley said if he "well, what do you-all want to do ,'
told were a trucker he'd feel he was entitled about this Nothing?" asked attorney
Mosley commissioners Just '
o p "-4 minutes before the sheriff came in to use any road In the county, pointing Hardy.
.J : l that be done out that limerock truckers are Commissioners laughed. r'
"Nothing can until Dolph '
"It's like
enforces'the law." mostly independents and pay chasing a tiger with' apiece
dollars federal and of sandpaper," said Sheriff '
"You,''can't apply the law in a thousands of in
state trtxes.- Reddish. .

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Head Start students Charles Williams Darns of Blanche Williams Group S of UMW suggested the ': .
Williams. Shlrone Bonnet Stephanie Holiday purchase of the projector when It was learned Head ;. .,'j'., j
Rhoshaunda Hints Dadra Aaron Germain Carter Start had access to filmstrips but had no projector. ., I' ,t' ,-'-t",i ;, ,,,
Eddie Baker Danielle Tucker and center manager Mrs. Thompson represents that group. p i.' '\ '
Jesse Jenkins are shown receiving a new, projector. The projector will be stored at the Bradford County .
from Norma Thompson last week. Library during the summer months where it may be ,
United Methodist Women presented a new filmstrip checked out by any organization for use. According to .
projector to the Head Start program students may head librarian Arnold Weeks a large supply of N "7
enjoy filmstrips as a part of their program. Members filmstrips are on order and should! be available soon Ir .
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tific Methods Physical Education/Life Management Sophomores: Kelliene A. Baldwin, Donna K. Barker, 1
Skills and Standard American Government.The Marsenna Brantley, Raymond "Doug" Carlton, r
Robin M. Carter, Amy L. Clark, Tracie L. Clark ,
161 students earning places on the semester A-B Venua 'M. Doughman, Joseph M. Griffis, Melissa P. s
honor roll by grade, are: Griffis, Erica L. Gruen Velesa M. Hampton Lisa M. j
Seniors: James R. Balkcom, Lisa D. Blackshear Harley, James F. Hayes, Lynn Holtzendorf, John "Bil- '
Lucretia M. Bright. Gwendolyn. M. Brown Salina S. ly" Jackson, Alvin B. James Jr., Lorrie L. King, MEET THE MACHINE THAT HELPS
Cassels, Lori A. Clark Courtney Dougherty Dennis P. Angela D. Manning, Karen Martin, Sharon D. Martin, '
Dunlap, Sharon M. Edwards Michael R. Ettman,. Jeffery R. McClellan Irving T. Meres, Richard L. .
Cheryl II. Furrow, Howard C. Hughea Angela K. O'Steen, Stacy J. Parrish Rita Teresa Richardson US GIVE U MORE SERVICE FOR
Johns, Lari Ann Johns, Thomas W. Johnson, Belinda George W.Ricks, Nancy L. Shuford, Pamela I*Taylor I
Dawn Joiner, Karl D. Ketter, Anne M. Loper Tammy Melissa A. Todd, Michelle Ann Watkins, James P. YOUR PRESCRIPTION 'DOLLAR. '
J. Mann, Steven Marshall, Laura L. McKinney, LauraA. Wilson.
McRae, Hiram B. Padgett, Mary R. Richardson,
Catherine Roach, Shian Roberts, Pamela M. Sams, Freshmen: Dana L. Adkins, Kristin S. Alday.Tasher Does your pharmacist maintain'comp/et"/ Now we can do all this and more for you.
Vicki I. Thomas, Donna E. Thornton, John I Tinsler, W. Allen Leanna F. Barfield David A. Barnes Amy%', records of your prescriptions" under your name? more efficiently than ever before, with our new ,
Darrell J. Wagner. Ana E. Wallace, Santrira R. M. Black Donna K. Bonnette, Donald C. Brooks Does he check each new prescription against CbmputB-Rx :301 computer system. .
Shilynn Chaff, Pamela K. Clark Charles M. .
Wimberly, Julee Wise. Coburn ,.
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Nanette Perry Conway, Robert J. Cowart, Deena L. any drug allergies you may up-to-date way .
Cox, Marilyn E. Dickinson Suzanne Carrie L. Will he advise you when and how to take a pharmacy also helps us speed the filling and '
Juniors: Skip Abdulla, Marion Kay Allen Brenda L. Dyal, I" .... ,. 'A r IfOITUJW'
Bawek, Sarah .Benefield, Jackie Lamar iCrews, Foster Kimberly M.Cow ens;Chert W."preertrult; R. 'a --- redationsTe11.'' .; possible side ef-ii''n r Ppackagingiof! yolir presolptbns! and,keep propeh. 'Iupn; S Sd ;
Philip G. Crews Tracy L.,Davia, Malda, E. Delestre ..Hall,.William AHamHteh"Wlllia7n.'L'' ?; MaTTell'Rbger1Dj \ ;'I facts? 'i'} ;K fi'rr' i1"'tnuentorY: IE uelstiatalitifrles.sviliel/J ." "
Timothy G. Dudding, Maxina F.Fralick.John David; Hughes-Wendy A. HutchlnMn,VJos.eph B..1{;/6ehertiL';::(*>") ;, Give youa.rumiiicjreccrdofyour'pre; > ) .iia'-aij i .n Stop by-s obn and shake hands witff! lsfiu! ,
Francis Nancy S. Grider, Janet R. Griffis, Marie Innocent Robert T. McRae Angela'-Montgomery; Phillip.. scription expenditures for tax or Insurance this safe more convenient way to buy your ,..
Tony King, Catherine Lancaster, Connie D. "Ricky" Moore, Sue A. Nettles. Jackie Nguyen,' pt.II'JQ5ES-anytlme you need It? medications.MITCHELL'S '.'
Moody, Donna L. Moody James A. Muse, Heather Kimberly M. Norman;Tracy Machelle PadgettrCyn- I .
O'Steen, Tonia L. Parks, Becky E. Parrish, Mary A. thia L. Parado, Debbie A. Parrish Audrey L. Pierce, i I' '
Porchiazzo,Sylvia Y. Porterfield, Jody S. Rising, Alan Logan C. Ricks, Sherry T. Ross, Patrick A. Rowley,
G. Rogers, Curtis A. Sanders Rhonda L. Sapp Dawn Stephanie Sams, Kimberly R.Sapp, Shaun E. Schmidt DRUG STORE
Y. Scott Sue E. Smith, Sabrina J. Snell, John William Angela M. Scroggins, Stacey L. Shuford Maxine Ann II
Stafford Wendy A. Sullivan, Angela C. Thomas Starling, Nathan E, Starling Melissa K., Sulllivan
Donald R. Thornton, Troy A. Townsend, Melloney J. Cynthia L. Taylor, Ruth L. Underwood, Priscilla 127 E. Call Street. Phone 964-7810 Starke, Florida
Trimm, Barry E. Warren Kay L. Watson, Denna S. Welch Brian A.Whitehad,Angeli D.Williams,Pamela

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will be in Starke this Tuesday, March 12. ', I
The schedule of the bloodmobile will be different this Tuesday. From ty Florid. fumltun Industrltt rr w ,
8:30 to 10:30 a.m. the bloodmobile will be at the Division of Surplus Pro-
perty on US-301 south from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. it will be at the county courthouse A beautiful
on N. Temple'Avenue, and from 1:30 to 5 p.m. it will be at the
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Sun and Starke Woman's Club. y> ', ,
It is a non-profit project sponsored each year by the Gainesville Sun to List '969.95 t- a ,i E r 1" .:
beautify the town and countryside. The Sun charges enough to cover '
costs: The Starke Woman's Club has adopted the sale as a beautication SAVE'174.95 i s ,\,
project. Sun employees and several members of the Woman's Club worked SALE PRICED AT s1 ;" '
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A commuqity calendar\ listing community events will be kept by the 'R
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce. twin pier J. .
Idea is to coordinate community events so people can phone the cabinets wIth dQor. : ; : 'I;''':', '
Chamber, 964-5278, for dates and avoid conflicting dates when planning" twin pier '. I ,' :"
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-Groups can call to see if their events conflict with church meetings or,. ; queen-size headboard, K" .S"1'. I.1\\
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-People from out of town can call to find out dates of local events.'' '... \ f*" ." i !
To prevent errors, the Chamber will accept notices only in writing,' 'I \ I \ '' 'I I
either by hand or mail, says Cooney The Chamber address Is P.O. Box -, Dynamically styled, so wpnderiully,, f .1'; ... p :

576, Starke, FL 32091. ... ry: #* practical! There's plenty of storage iW i' i
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Bradford County courthouse from anywhere in the county. ',' : ) : R.IC ,
County Clerk Gib Brown explains the county had an 800 number,but the' ,' .>> ; : : < J.: :' : { J
to$1,000 month and people were calling from out of state about "
traffic tickets. So, the 800 number was cancelled, and the new 37V0209 r 434 VJJi Call Starke t tl
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Proposition I Would be Bad for Florida/Commission Executive John Thomns Saw
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Proposition I would be the worse If the amendment Is passed by the which was much less devastating 3 alUncrease ol4 percent. Four
thing to hit Florida since the Great state's voters the state budget for than Florida's Proposition I, Thomas '"i of $s,00o Is $200, and you've collected Percent '., 3 3s
Depression, to hear John Thomas, the fiscal 1983-86, which would take effect pointed out. But California's school 800 too much. So. the landfill fee must
executive director of the State eight months after the November system,was number one In the nation be reduced: to mate the
Association of County Commissioners election,wlII1 ave to be reduced to the and now has dropped to 35th. allowable revenue ; s,,
tell It level of 1900411, adjusted for inflation Under Proposition I, or the "Citizen's It 8 county out the
Florida would have to operate on$5 since that date. This would mean an Choice on Government Revenues," a landfill business, the landfill wouldof !
I' billion, rather than the current $12 immediate reduction in the 1985-86 growth state such as Florida would be private, and charges would go I,
'I \ billion Thomas pointed out to budget of 22.6 percent. severely hurt. Florida in the last Thomas predicted. go up, '
members of the Starke Rotary Club, Florida would survive' but how is decade was the fourth fastest growingstate There are also expenses for the 'IIi Ii
I last week. "It's a quality question," ,the question, Thomas told local in the Union, but under Proposition counties mandated In state law. For L I 9 :I:1 I,
said Thomas. Rotarians. I the state won't be able to increase instance, Jails.
Proposition I is not to be equated Buyer beware Thomas said, adding revenues fast enough to pay "You will build new Jails or the
with Proposition passed by Califor- voters should' acquaint for the increased services re f wired. county commissioners will end in I
nia voters; it is actually much themselves with the affects of Increasedwith the up [
worse Proposition $20,000 in 1981 would have ones we have, Thomas stressed, \
cautioned Thomas invited to speak LThomas natural growth to$26,818 by now. drawing a large laugh. '
here by County Commission Maxie pointed.out that voters failed But limited to two-thirds of the CPI Government in Florida has not 1'I
Carter Jr. who had heard Thomas to recognize the affect of the the Increase would be limited to "grown out of whack" from over [ ,
speak against Proposition I in Mac $25,000 Homestead Exemption;a Constitutional $25,298, Thomas pointed out. taxation. Florida ranks 48th among i
clEm Y. amendment which Florida "What do you do when you cant the states in per capita spending for } ''i
Proposition I, If passed, Is an voters approved thinking of the taxes raise revenue? You cut expenses, government, Thomas pointed out. : :
amendment to the state Constitution being less, ,'. pointed out Thomas. Proposition I would cut state spending Bad for Florida.... .
that would cut state revenue Including The $25,000 Homestead Exemptiontook For example a county landfill for education $2.5 billion. Every An ,
argument the
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not Just property tax but all 70 percent of the state's taxable burying 100 tons of garbage for$5 per state employee could b* cut and It Proposition I which v/HI be'on' the known as
state revenue sources, to 1981 levels. real property right off the tax roll, ton would raise $5,000. If business\ increased would save only $2.1 billion Thomas, given to Starke Rotarians John Thomas November General Election:; ballot ws'' I,
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Increases would be limited to two- pointed out Thomas.-Did the public to 120 tons the next year added Association of County Commissioners. executive. I' secretary i' \ of". .th. ''State'..' ', j, .
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Price Index (CPI) or by five percent, amendment Thomas,asked. < I would limit the increase to, to'be unaware of the Proposition I Rotary president I lit In center rphott '. ..I{' .'. ,' ', ,i: '. I'
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A of report the Starke-Bradford of the Objectives Chamberof Committee ,have objectives some that suggestions the Chamber for some could : 7) Start a tol. tlOl .through each' including the location the various appeal of the City and t. County'JI '". :I
'Chamber business'with' the educational assets located in the especially along the primary roads in
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newspaper advertising each business tosurke. ,
Community; statistical data concerning ; ;
for members to look and of the objectives suggested by .
over make .to the '
Community to-help,promote the and the '
suggestions or changes or additionsor committee members: ,membership in,the Chamber of Com- 'tional facilities community, and; cultural recrea-events'' 12): Along the sam lines i ,, ,'the I
deletions. 1)., Have a Chamber of ;merce. that are available,here! Chamber should begin' a Beautiflca- i
tion Program with the businesses; in- ,.
The suggested 1984 objectives hand Day.involving a 4th of July 10) The Chamber of Commerce Ex. side this area awarding a prize and i :
'ed tion and parade or tie it with ; 8) Another'thought in attempting to
out by committee Chairman 'f
other 'Increase, the Chamber ecutive Director and the Board of making sure these awards 'are well- ,
Richard Welty are a modified version holiday ;would be for the Chamber membership' Governors;if needed, should spend as publicized in the press. \ :
of the 1983 objectives with some new 2> Form a greeting service for to sponsora much time as Is necessary to become '
objectives suggested. Welty requests businesses this might include for'r group insurance program which acquainted with the Department of 13) Co-ordinate .with the City the ..
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that members of theChamber's packet with information and a would be open to Chamber of Coma' Commerce, In Tallahassee, so the planting of trees and shrubs in the
Board of Governors review the objec- from the Director. This would be merce would members and their employees.This Department will know that .tile' downtown area,
tives and contact a member of the new business opening not just members te an inducement to those' Chamber is serious about getting new 141 Chamber of Commerce! should '
committee about any changes, additions new.people in! the area.. for that insurance are tod small to qualify. businesses into the area and that they promote the local lakes and its advertising -
deletions. Other committee 3) of group rates. would know many local faces per- campaigns as this is a 'Very
Support some sort
members are Lynn Schlofman and humanitarian sonally so that if new business'wouldbe good asset to promote. *..
John project on an 9)) The Chamber of Commerce
Miller. coming'Into Florida might
basis, and several were -should the of they At the next meeting of the BoarcfofGovernors
sponsor printing a
think of Starke and Bradford
The Committee, such as the members getting brochure and the use of slide County the Objectives Committeewill
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meeting in February, decided not to and fixing up a house for a person : > presentation ,, to' show the positive 'before. some..other__cities or counties.,I have a distilled list from those obi '.
change or alter the objectives the Community that'could not features of Bradford County., This, 11) The Chamber should promote a 'jectives presented March 1 and.any :, .

presented last year.The members did it; begiq some sort of Toys ., j i'WOUld'' include all aspects of the coun- <. concerted effort to increasing. eye-. 'meeting.others received- .; prior"f.o "c'to';. .the'* ". h1xt. ..,1:

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rate of recharge. ?" timber companies are the cause that'-. commissioners. who worked with' the attorney In his message that it is a leginningand' I
,;4) Rate and quality of recharge of Olszewskl, Who said he is in chargeof 'most of the 77,000 acres were replacedwith It is probably Illegal and certainly drawing up the new ordinance. can be amended.
the Floridan Acquifer. regulating the .Best Management residential .or commercial Impossible to' leave land' in Its The ordinance isn't going to make I
,5) Air quality. Practices Manual, supports conceptsin developments. '; pristine condition, Kopelousos said. everybody happy or solve all the problems Rezoning..,. '. I
6) Fish and wildlife populations. the definition of forestry based on' Hood urged the board to adopt a On the other' hand, it is possible to but it is the best thing going Kopelousossaid! areas designated
,'7) .Endangered or' threatened the manual. ,It is a non gulatol')' measurable standard for forestry '?, regulate uses of environmentally sensitive now, the attorney pointed out. for conservation are.included in the
species. < educational-type program which he operations. That is the purpose of the '>'. areas. "You don't have anything now.You county's comprehensive land use plan
8) Significant historical or' or- prefers Olszewski said.Kopeiouaos'said ''amendment,. ." .It'.a Kif quantifible ":_We,have tried to come up. with., hay.,something here that will solve a, ''adopted In 197LSuch"ateas. : wift fee'
cbeologicalsltes. ,- fr- ,..".;- -.. 'I i { county win haWtorely 'lltanda ,* Nr. I "something th twiU fill trti, wjtboq", i Jew f.tM problems. This is HP) Unique "and sensitive. ii. ,n- .' on the"companies, such as G-P. ,\.",.)} ,,,,,., .I..being';;t oq'ecoatlywtq.;; ; qanlrtrel( tIi,t A: *.lIOJu ont"tile* attorney told com. +vY'\'CSVrciasslflttrtioriareaVamt; /; public)'
nmental areas..; ,; .4{ ,,'fIItf'r.\\! 1 1:,theiM-ounty'; Is dealingrpwithotdibe! *I P08itiohs:1P'; Kopelousos Bald;By"we"Kopelousos missioners: hearings held by the'county' zoning
'10) Wetlands and i headwater areas' honorable, because it would be impossible "As usual, we have( two positions." ''meant,Marfle Sanderson of the North 'To Hill Kopelousos. agreed the or- board.
for streams and rivers. to with the county's -
11) Areas within the. 100-year resources to check every move.
floodplain. '
The Environmentalists.' ''ER AFaiilknerRealty: "
On Defining Forestry...' Members of the Santa Lake ,

An admitted lack of expertise on Dwellers Association headed by Look
forestry operations by attorney President Harold Hill, were In atten- Sold, : s.atyour'Captat
Kopelousos and the county commission dance in force Monday, and questioned m lp
caused some delay in agreeing to what kind of operations can take ERA Faulkner Realty has sold their
G-P definition. place under the' Best Management franchise William D. Tiffin of
Present Monday however, was a Program. Jackso wUle. .
forest hydrologist with the state Divi- Hill said the manual appears to get Tiffin a member of Tiffin & Owens SIWi'Here
sion of Forestry, Robert Olszewskl, back to following state regulations. 'has been In business since 1977 with
who outlined some of the stipulationsof Purpose of the county ordinance is to offices in 'Gainesville ,and Orange
the Best Practices Management reinforce the state laws, said Hill. Park with approximately ;35.
Program. Commission Vice- Hill also pointed out, that 77,000 'associates. 1
Chairman Maxie Carter, chairing the acres of wetlands are destroyed each There will be no change In staff or J I '
.meeting in the absence'of ill Chair- year In Florida,and said legislation Is operation and the new managementwill are.just,some of Natural-Cut, % 2O.PieceBoiled,
man E.W. Hodges, Immediatelyask- proposed to stop that.G-P's Hood cau- continue to provide the same services the and
as in.the past. new exciting French.Frie's'menu Scrimp Plate
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The Congregation Invites You to.

., Come and Worship With Us tthokesrfdrVChange' Our nawral-cut flavorful french fries
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E'IIIgItIIIIO . ..7m Our new 20-P'Ieee Boiled Shrimp Plate.New .
'" We4rie'"l-.wrnNf .. . .,..'. 7:30 PM Jld I If you'd like a tossed salad or one of the source vitamins and nutrients., and tastier peel in' tat; shrimp, i
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We invite you to worship with us. one car and have a "
COUNCIL MIITINO_ good driving'record.

4'.\ : 7130 PM. ..Iaaiplah/N. AttMMoJNlHMfy.. 4.ara: ..uf.h": 10ae1, ; i The Hartford will give W ish Sandwich. ., '
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:, HAMPTON COUNCll MEETING Weiss ...,. H,"'"". ..S M your auto Insurance.. ..r salad.:. all on a bed of crisp lettuce. It's
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> .: : Confusing to Voters Gary Hart, is stirring through the
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become a new ball game In Florida, with
;" Although the name of Reubin Askew They have, alas, only sincerity to com- the fading of former governor Reubin

i\ will appear on the Democratic mend the man who utters them to the Askew from the scene,and the sudden rise

;", '1 .Presidential Preference Primary'ballot voters... nd sincerity is a quality that of Hart's front-runner position over' Walter

v: next Tuesday a vote for the Florida often loses out in the fierce competition"for Mondale With the in the momentum early primaries.from victories In "

': "favorite son"candidate will be wasted the attention of today's TV audience. New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont ? I

effort and a hollow gesture. boosting Hart's stock, the contest for the A '' 4! ,' ,
"True to his convictions to the end, )

After much weary soul-searching, Askew resisted the urgings of those who Democratic two-man race nomination, whereas now it is was clearly once a _' ; I;

(,: Askew announced last week that he had wanted him to stick with his campaignat predicted that Walter Mondale would have \ ,,; r

no alternative but to withdraw from the least through "Super Tuesday" it sewed up by the end of March. To make \4' ;

race to which he had devoted two years when Florida and several other states 'it a three-man race, John Glenn, whose

of his life and $2.5 million of his and hissupporters' will have their Democratic presidential stock has been steadily ;clipping in recent
months,will have to stage a minor miracleon
money. But let it be said, as primaries. Strategists wanted him to go Super Tuesday when 600 Democratic M

an editorial in the Gainesville Sun into the national party convention in July delegates will be at stake almost one-

reminds us, "...the former Governor of as a 'favorite son' candidate com- third of the total needed for nomination.

Florida left the campaign trail just as manding a block of delegates that he Glenn Support Waning... ffp

he entered it two years ago. With would wheel and deal with in return for Glenn's Florida support, which 'was -s ; ,
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class. political clout. Anyone who knows, quite evident at the State Democratic Convention i

5 Since the ballots for next Tuesday had Askew could have predicted his last fall, appears to have eroded in j ,,
the Sunshine State,just as it has elsewhere
to that
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suggestion
;, already been printed before Askew'spainful response says around the country.Jesse Jackson may be ,
Sun editorial. .
withdrawal his name will still expected poll a healthy black vote next

: appear on the ticket. But that is all. Instead, he said, "I am withdrawingas Tuesday, but seems not likely to achieve '

r, Ballots marked for him by some well- a candidate and asking that my better than fourth place in Florida.In Gary Hart

\', intentioned voters will be politically name be removed from the ballot spite of Mondale's highly touted '
and
expertise, Hart
organization s
appealas
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meaningless for Askew is out of it a wherever I Americans back to work in a plan
possible. am releasing my a young man with a message for the Mondale's concern over Hart's early to .
victim of a flawed political system that delegates here in Florida to follow their future, neither has generated great excitement momentum is justified. The Hart campaign rebuild the nation's infrastructure' including '

focuses media attention on socalled"front own consciences." among Florida voters up to now. which, only a few weeks ago, was crumbling roads and bridges. .1
runners" of the moment at the This could change In the few remaining broke,understaffed, and almost totally ignored Hart also called for a freeze in the production '[
of other candidates who "Askew was the best governor' days before March 13, as Hart has by most of the media, has now of nuclear arms,and plutonium us-
expense good Florida ever had," the Sun continues.A demonstrated in amazing overnight gains caught fire, very much the way that Jim- ed to manufacture nuclear weapons. "We
may have as much or.more to offer in Harvard study him of strength in the New England states. my Carter's did at this time in 1976. have to cut off the nuclear arms race at its
once placed
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terms of ideas and .leadership for our among Mondale's close ties to labor unions and The Colorado senator,who waged a lonely -' source. That isn'tafte the missiles are
I:. nation. the ten greatest governors in 20th Cen-' his penchant for extravagant promises are one-man campaign down the backroadsof built, but that Is with the materials used to
", tury Arnerica..But Askew learned thata looked upon with some skepticism in the Iowa,is followed today by a growing army make those warheads," he said.. He also
Askew was not the only victim of a candidate of independence and cons- "cool to labor,unions" Southland. At the of reporters and cameramen. He has advocated lowering Interest. rates, and

"system" that was never envisioned by cience simply does not fare well in a same time. Hart, a relatively little known even chartered his own Boeing 727 Jet and devaluing the dollar. His retooling and
.' the writers of our Constitution in the presidential primary race for an out-of- westerner,has spent little time in Florida, is flying around Florida, where Askew's rebuilding plan could lead to full employ.
due to lack of funds and organization in the dropout has placed a huge block of votes ment, he said. '
before TV and other media started
f days power party nomination. Hart charged that Reagan had taken
early days before his New England wins. up for grabs. Hart intends to get his share.
r' dictating our political choices by their He's working fast now to overcome this He must show that he can win, or at least more than $::10 billion from education,
I, exclusionary tactics. Senator Hollings "While other candidates scrambledfor deficiency, and hopes to capture some of run a strong second in every region of the nutrition, health and senior citizen programs
"wk A and Senator Cranston were also victims contributions from special-interest Askew's delegates in Tuesday's voting. country. A win, or close-second place in and,. instead of using it to balancethe '
"' '? before they had a real chance to get political action committees Askew Florida next Tuesday,would help show his federal" budget, Used it to fuel the arms

I: their to the refused, saying frankly that PACs The best hope of the Democratic Party capability of doing just that. race.
message across people. distort the election He to defeat Ronald Reagan next November is In a brief 20-minute stop in Jacksonville Despite Hart's phenomenal gains II i.- recent
;4? In conceding defeat for the first time process to pick a nominee capable of injecting en- Tuesday, Hart began to spell out some of. weeks, political analysts caution thatit
If Askew told' angered many special interest groupsby thusiasm and momentum into what has so his message for the future on which he is Is still too early to count out Walter Mon-
'in his political career standing pat and refusing to com- far been a lacklustre Democratic cam- basing his appeal to voters: dale.He still has a lot going for him-more:
reporters in Miami "I have sought the promise his principles. paign. On the basis of his early victories, "I believe we are in a critical period of money, larger 'staff, and extensive
presidency in the right way. I have triedto Hart appears to have this ability.Mondale's profound change in this nation's history organization in all the most important
be candid with the American people "Because he didn't bend to the party and that the policies of the past to achieve states some of which Mart's team has
'machine' and because the national Super Challenge.. barely touched. But the Hart has
about the new world in which we live. those principles must be changed. upsurge
news media is loathe to recognize The next few days will present a super definitely changed the character of the
I've tried to be honest with the Reduce ..
challenge to both Mondale and.Hart, but Military Spending. race, and it is evident that Mondale, evenif
who hasn't full blown
!. Democratic Party about the need to anyone sprung the challenges are different.' Mondale As outlined at the Jacksonville ,airport, he eventually wins,will have a battle on
represent the many and not just the few. from the mainstream of Washington must break up the"Big Mo"(momentum) Hart's plan calls for a $150 billion reduction his hands right through some of the biggest

1 And I've tried to remain frees as a candidate politics, Reubin Askew never really had that'Hart has going for him now,and Hart in military spending; by scrapping the primaries in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and)

of unnecessary,commitments so ,. chance," says the Sun. must prove in Super Tuesday voting that' MX missile and B-i bomber and closing In- New York,, This is a far' cry fromMondale's ''
I .,:jhehas-jappeal in, the South,'",awl that Ma efficient mtntary basearwhlch snrwst' cost early hope -of wiping out his ?'"
I be free to ,We/fcin Siin Hi wishing | ; ,
that might as the
I President ? hopeuUyi r New E"-1JI ; nqm W effective. Mftney/uwed in thtoaftfyttHart Democratic foes and wrapping up ;
"k,4 govern torah, the people. J'je tried to be \, t 3t'/ gublrr"Askew vviljmtle{ \!gl bhCI/; /;; pan. ,m::: mr'f' ,r saAld, -PUIcJ:. ','. "I&et' Rwyed t ty nomination. .. by, Intend of. thepar ;\ '

true to myself and my deepest .convic life for good. Governmentin in the U.S., .jt.t.,:.,j!
tions." whether local state or national, needs It ..t.\;'..a

These convictions are deep and .more, not fewer, men with the high prin: ;
=; ciples of Reubin Askew:The loss of even : ,:
honorable but unfortunately they are County Notebook Beeb '' I
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not the stuff of which victories are made one of these would be ill afforded. : County Agent I .j," .

in the real world of today's politics. "But whatever course Reubin Askew .x.,I"
,,They lack pizazz..they lack decides in the future rest assured. i and ",,;
; lettuce.
upon If
transplants
available
are fice North in ."
301 Starke. Of ,
Gardening with on course
Seeds you
r : flashiness..they lack" showmanship. that he will follow, it with class. ,. II for such crops, thfy'fe probably a better can plant anything you like. But, many ,

..." Don't sell seeds short especially if bet than starting from seeds unless you're' gardeners cheat themselves by continuing,

''t you're planning a large vegetable garden. planning a very large garden. to plant inferior types without even trying,
'city and County ;Move Ahead 'i' ::1 Last week I discussed the pros and cons of While most vegetables can be grown those that grow best in our state. :
;>> beginning with transplants, which give youa from seeds there are exceptions such as
faster start, but they can be expensive if sweet potatoes, Irish In
potatoes, and There is one note of caution to keep
you need a lot. This week I should discuss strawberries. For specific recommendations mind when handling seeds. Most of the .
On Needed Ordinances planting seeds directly in the garden.
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::1' on the crops you want to grow,check seeds you'll find at garden centers have
Besides costing less than transplants, a with your.garden center,or see your Coun. been treated with chemicals to reduce In.
major advantage of starting a home ty Agent jury and decay caused by' insects and
: ::!ri: The County and City moved ahead the county. Although the State has vegetable garden directly from seeds to ,diseases. Usually you can tell when seeds .
'. this week on two separate ordinances regulations local officials were advised'not that you can choose from a wider selectionof If you decide to start from seeds, get the have been treated, because they're coated

that are vital to the future of Bradford to depend on state laws for proteci, varieties. A garden center may have best you can find.Seed quality could mean,, ,with brightly colored dye.It's ; ,'

....,'t s. and Starke. tion, .but .to protect itself with, regulartions several varieties of seeds for a given crop, in the difference between success and failure
County
but only one or two varieties of your garden. So, always buy good seeds
of its own as an additional line of Also from a reliable dealer. : a good Idea to use treated seeds. In
transplants. such
At its meeting Monday the County some crops as fact,
should
self defense against destructive'opera- beans, 'cucumbers and you always use them, whenthey're .
corn, turnips don't For few
Commission gave final approval to the a crops, you can save seeds available But, remember that the ;
tions. transplant well. It's best
to start from
very your garden. But, for others chemicals
many .
ordinance Conservation on such seeds are poisonous.So,
establishing a new these from seeds.On the other hand
that.
After a long period of delay while at- many really isn't practical. Since most treated seeds should never be eaten by
Zoning District in whichmining will crops' do' transplant well, They include ,seeds are relatively inexpensive, you're
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people
of tempting to come up with an ordinanceto things like tomatoes. broccoli collards, better or animals.They should handled
; be one the prohibited uses. regulate mining through the permit ; If probably they're available.off buying. those you need with care and be kept out of the reach of ,
children and 1
of this action as set forth in pets.
Purpose ,
the advised that the
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county should
process You buy tested seed Varieties.
the ordinance is "to protect en-1 safest way to accomplish this.purpose FORESTRYHIN Our IFAS scientists at the University of t many,ionow the planting directions on

., vironmentally sensitive areas by encouraging would be through placing such areas as Florida, test most crop varieties, and the seed packet. If you plant too deep, the '.\
r that such lands be used for sensitive wetlands in a conservation BRADFORD COUNv.I recommend only those which do well here; young plants may not be able to reach the ";,
; activities which do' not impair their be You'll have the best chance for succesS if soil surface'after sprouting.And, if you ::
t natural functions such'as ground water district where mining would not perTmitted. I t ba vld Norton,Caanty Forester you plant varieties with some resistance to plant too-shallow*the seeds may beW8sht. ?,
The next step will be to common Florida pests. Use varieties ,ed away by.rain. :jj

recharge flood" control, and pollution .designate such areas and the Santa Fe Street recommended In. our extension circular Whether you use seeds or transplants,or ''t'f5

abatement.- Swamp will be among the first recom. Wall Interested 104, "The' Vegetable Gardening.:Guide both, wish you success,with your: spring }} '
The ordinance expresses "a desire to mended for the new classification.. In Southern Forestry' It's available at your. Agent's Of- vegetable garden. m;

.. permit a reasonable the use of property" in On the City front is an equally Important E.F Hutton's actions speak louder then }..,..,
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with
.. accordance county's comprehensive ordinance providing the authority words as. the firm acquires large tracts of Williams <
plan adopted in 1980, and for declaring any unsafe building within southern timberlandS. Why?...,,'they are Rep. Bill 'on Peat Mining
.contains the enforcement authority that managing it wisely to produce a high rate .
be nuisance! '
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the'city limits to a public of for their investors. 11' (I,
return
not provided in the Comprehensive ,
r was and subject to action having the Approved by ',House Subcommittee*
What does, this forestry in the
I' Plan, mean i ra'
abated if 4.
nuisance by legal means
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South? that the ,
Simply, leading investor '.
.t In adopting the ordinance: the County "
necessary. Objectionable wording in the: recognize this region's woodlands-under, Rep Frank Williams said Tuesday that natural state ''if mined, .""consisting of'' 'j;
Commission deemed it necessary, original draft of the ordinance, relatingto proper management-are an excellent in- 'House Bill 459, introduced to him hi an effort revegetation and regrading'of the site sufficient '
under the authority thus granted to it, to entry'of'property for inspection purposes vestment .opportunity: E.F. Hutton has : to prevent peat mining In the Santa Fe to reestablish a community/ ;n:1
.- amend its zoning regulations for all been Investing In, timberland since the Swamp, passed the House ,
was revised in a ;workshop session Environmental ,native plants and animals equivalent in' s:
lands and water subject to the jurisdic-. and the Commission'voted,Tues- mid-1970s. Quality Subcommittee of the Natural .diversity and quality to that which existed) :

t lion of the county lor the purpose of ,night to advertise the ordinance for, The Hutton:Timber Resources Corpora-' Resources Committee' by.. a*'4-1,vote Tues-': ,on the site prior to the commencement of ,.'
and involvement day don,a wholly owned subsidiary of the E JF,, day.Williams >mining a fvltie8." '
promotion, protection, its first' reading and, hearing.90,Tues-''
Hutton Company, has acquired more than said the bill would now go to
health
of the public safety, com- .day; March 20. 40,000 acre of prime timberland in the the full committee,of which Rep Jon Mills

fort, good order,,.appearance, convenience The ordinance Is'strongly'backed by southeast' and this acquisition. program la; t,Gainesville is chairman for a .hearing
morals and general welfare" ofthe continuing! presently. next week. '
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the. Downtown Committee Hydriila
: 3 5 county; which is now' Progress considering various ProperIgeiro: managed,by', accepted :The''Williams. ,:, bU| defines<< peat as "an Spraying
forestry i practices. ,Cutover ;areas ,are, organic material formed In Sampson Lake i
:: is defined as "the removal tor by the accumula
;! Mining avenues available to improve the Call replante,Property acquired Is concentrated -, ,tion and decomposition of plant material Delayed Winds
processing, sale or use of any deposit of Street Business-Historic District. The I in .the I southern, pine Areas'otSouthernCarolina ) under water" and is an early stage Jn the by

,:; economic value, including, but not ordinance is being supported in the Georgia, and across formation of coal. : ,The'"lPaying
limited to phosphate sand: clay northern' .Florida and into. ,southern' said for control of nydrllla
belief that it is a key to improvement in Alabama 'Williams that emphasis In the bill& in Sampson Lake,which was scheduled '
limestone, and peat this' area as well as other blighted> \ placed on reatorattonot |he swamp to its f to start Monday,has been delayed

''This is 'the' first time that Bradford areas of the city The public support", Planting 'pine Be trees' on Idle or"'cutover **-. .. d, because of adverse we.ther.tU&o.;; ..- '
acres molt a good Investment.Normally -
had ordinance of 'shown for it should warrant its ademfen ':i' "G eatagica Course' lions,Joe Hinkle of the Department
i County has any mining we 'dIQ 't'i;listen' when E.F. Hutton Natural Resources announced -
M'i ,its own. regulate such operations by the City Commission.' :. 'I"rj,.,). whlspen:,"'*n E.F.Mutton talks timber, Te',Start Monday : h, yesterHi'nkle .

I.., : ,\,. I'.', .. ,. .', 1...'t.3 1.', ,- :. i.:'"aca !it is more Mina"just a tell tale. said that markers had been
'..' .. ?..( fcy VT ". > \ yKLPOA,' .: 4, .", Another Genealogical Workshop for' set In the lake for the area to be
... ., "' ,'. \< '" ; En *et.raI. ( begtapwrs Maral122ssod two consecutive' treated and asked that they net bo
.l' & JS_.1JA .i 1'51- -- \ ".. To Met .....itr4" ay" ', Mondays,> March te,from 8. ,'rtnrbed. over the!weekend. In them
', .-"'- ...... .--.. "-". --_-..-. -.-;:_;..". .'," "III; ,- ;; to 7:., p.m.; at the- 'Bradford County **.tt0v there are no restriction:
---= ?:; = ., r'.1 *" .J r! ,:;. The BoMtf rf EHrectom of UOWMTV K i IJ .. ... M fM. ,
etrali,4 I .in the Wse until the svray-
j of nation bed two other '",QJ'6'' l.alte P A *n.:wlfl "" at ': "*-"".:* Ja''IlmtteMt. ,. lug stert Mewtey, if: wwttiwr con ; I
Before the creation of the District Columbia, our oapitef-. Metett lea'} In" IM'I'lKUtll8bxt t:' riHirVaUo ; !
5J I ,I,10 i .....yorkan4".e lph..... -dJr.r;" "" 'I, .' If.; "'.' M f.'Io'.,":, 'II.,,;," if'It:> :: \viOt'o'Y'. "... ,'lnMv. WOO.may be made. by calling the.;,... :.,.tic permit Hinkle: said. :
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Antique. &'.'Go lectible Show '. .M&&H(: : 1 \8\.i.tt\1\;' ; ': \ al ". i q'I, ., S,/ e ''If ''tk'' nI ,I ,,1' I

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r. Louis T. Young?. president of; consists of Mrs. J.W. Griffin, 'Miss 'none. Mr. *. R.A. Grten, SrtyIli.it' Sockil; : ;
the Roman's Club of Starke, has anUlUan Stump, and Mrs. W.H. Thomc..lie. of meal o ', r-takbiR! : Side I ,r i
nounced Mrs Lester Ruud as Chaitson, handling advance ticket males, Griffin, Miss< Stum<, and Mrs,, ,
man of the Second Annual Antique, with Mrs. Douglas Hardy functioning F. sonlwill( slprve as ca hters. Mrs.! I I ,
Collectible Show and Sale to be held! as ticket and reception chairman: at KTaft hart consented to serve! ais/
on March 1s, 17 and 18, at the Brad. the Show. regtq\ *ihalrmai. Mrs il* GlMyal'Alooty, : EocietyEditor 98476 I
ford County rounds. Mrs. Young' Food, from bomecooked meals to Ruckdea tiel, Jr. 'Is In charge[ 'r'f I : t ,
will assist as co-chairman of the Show scrumptious desserts! or tasty publicity] I i ; T : \ :
and Sale Exhibitor's Chairman is: snacks, will be handled by the followTIt Second A poll Antique and I !. ,
Mrs. C.E. O'Steen, with Mrs. L.H. ing: Mrs. R.A Green, Jr., theeonces- Collectib e Show aid Sale with; ver ...
Gibson, co-chairman. lion wagon; Mrs. F.E. Ahrbart, 40 dealer*,will\ open.'at 9 a.m., Friday, Upcoming Events. _imrr--r... -;-_- _- L | i- i Mil muni JLJI J;_- J- r. "-I"if)
Mrs. R.A. Green Jr. is responsible chairman of the "Kountry Kitchen, March'V. and close at 8 p.m.,; Satur- '. S WilDe Mae Denton Mrs. J.C. Hobbs,
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for props and property; Mrs. Wllliani assisted by Mrs. Frank Brown, cochairman da>(t; Ma ch 17, the, from 9 '' ',' 0 "'" '. Mrs.J.H. McClane Mrs,, Judy Moore,
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Rink is chairman of the "Country ; Mrs J. Ellis Byrd a.nt, to7 p.m.; Sunday,Marc 18 the Pr.sbyt0rlan Lunchj ;, I vv.n's to I ,' Mrs., M.A. Payne Mrs. Herbert .
Club .
Corn r", wherein Items made by club desserts chairman'with Mrs.'Jack Show'wil ,be open.f m noon tQ$p.sl. :BUnch to ''Moor Ma 9 IVI..twflgr4 : j i I, .Thomas, Mrs. B.C. Titus.. ,,Sr.Vftnd .; .
members will be offered for safe. Trawick co-chairman. The strawberries the,.S tow are $1 hf adz : ,I> at Presby. ChurchThe ''Mrs. Medford Connelly. 'j' "m.. ''
Mrs, D.W. Whif fen will be (In charge to be used In that famous Starke TlCkelffor;:; at the < oor. They may be The ,-, '"! Mrs. Hazel Hitzel of MctntoshtofThe ". .
of hostesses for the duration of th> Strawberry' Shortcake iwill l be the 'Mrs. Griffin, i Mijs.Thomson hold its senior citizen Lunch Bunch.\ will Woman's Club) of Stark* will Pastoral Counseling Service<'of :. j I i
Show and Sale; the ticket committee', responsibility of Mrs, Mr Sarntinora- !or MIss Sumo.I ; !: : day, March covered 9. dish at 12 luncheon on Fri meet Wednesday March- 14, at 12 North Central Florida will, be guest.. '
I d II il' i !, '. .noon" at 'the noon for Its luncheon-meeting at the speaker. ; '
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I Seven Contestants Added to Strove berry Q Li'I' e.n Pageant' 't;; The Home Life rogram Department will| be with under Mrs.the J. To Meet M h1.3 '\

I :| !/ Ellis Byrd as chairman and Mr. Ray The Women of St. Mark' Episcopal )j I
Renfroe as co-chairman. Hostesses Church will meet Tuesday, March 13, I,
The 22nd Annual Strawberry Queen Lou melt Late is
ma[ of y, a senior at Melanie wi t be Robert L. Mrs. at 7:3(1( in .. '
Pageant, sponsored by, the Junior Bradford, High School. ,She is sponsored Les and Elaine Kyle Wood. 16,daughter' of Mrs Brown., p.m..- the Parish House,, \
Woman's Club,will be held Saturday S. DMD. Wooa"lsta'' junior at ,I
I by Gray flynn, f Bradford '; School.
I High She is
March 31, at 8 p.m. in the Bradford Vviait!:( ; Alesla !! Sheffield ;: 19, ,soredby Jim Rowe Pest spon- f .
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High School Auditorium'' with 11 entrants daughter\ Of Mr. and Mrs. FranklinSheffield. controL RON D NMARK INSURAN E I
vying for the crown.. ? 5t.o: :! Starke; is [t"'P- School She is sponsored by the Trail '
The first four'entrants were Vicki sophomore at.Sant: Fe Community Motel and Restaurant. I epreentJng'lnI I. (ifI
Thomas, Renee Wimberly, Trade College. She is sponsored. by Florida' Sharon, Annette,-Manning16, I
Denton and Beth Underhill. Their Pest Control. P '
I daughter 'of Ferrell and ,Alberteen -HomeAuto '
-Llfo- Mobile Home
pictures appeared 'in J last weeks Selina Sue Gasdei,11'daughifr of + ,
Manning of is
Lawtey, & junior at
Telegraph ,, \,- Betty and l lea; Bradford High'' School. She is. '
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Final seven contestants are; .. senior at Bradford High, School;Shers by Register Oil & Gas.,: sponsored 964-7O71 :
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Lisa Ann Bell 17, daughter of EmI sponsored; by' Community State Balk Lari Ann Johvs.17. daughter of Mr. r':, ,.

or LJesIie; ", and Mrs. C.A. Johns of Starke, is a' .
I .j Michell I Wheatleyt; 16, senior at Bradford High School.She is 2117
N.Temple* US. 301 K.
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2 Compete Stork Girls In Lake City" T7 I B-U,, Board of .Realtors News/I :.;.'...


Two Starke New Officers... ,:.
girls competed in the Medford Connerly SpeakerAt '
1984 Hemisphere Pageant In Lake Ci- B-U Officers for 1984 are: I Susan
Meeting
ty Saturday, Feb. 4. Faulkner pres.i- Harriett Malnes,
Shay Sweat daughter of Mr, and Medford Connerly spoke to vice-pres.; LucJIe. Spry, secretary;
Mrs. David Sweat, was crowned Miss Bradford-Union Board of Realtors tecefia Terwillegar; treasurer 'and
Pee Wee in the beauty division and. last Thursday, Mar. 1,on"Why Some Lavern Outlaw Realtor-Associate, :
placed third in the modeling division. Businesses Fail & Others Succeed". representative. .
She won a five-foot trophy. a medal, Introducing Mr. Connerly, Cecelia Guests included Mr. .and Mrs. "
tiara, and a plaque. Terwillegar pointed out that he was Eugene.F. Whltacre and Larry Abbey -
Kellie Hannah, daughter of Mr.and retired as president of Kraft Foods, .. ", '
Mrs. Robert Hannah, Jr., competedIn International; currently has H.M. j I ,' .
the Little Miss Class and placed Connerly Associates Inc., a consul- I
third In both the beauty division and tant firm; and graduated from ,.'

the modeling division. She won a University of Georgia and Woodrow Liza A, Newton,/ .
trophy and two plaques. Wilson College of Law. He and Mrs. ,"'
y Both girls have been invited to compete Connerly have four children and Jeffferey Richardson.
in the 1984 Hemisphere Pageant reside on Hampton Lake. They have To Wed March .17'
State Finals In Orlando, April 28 and become active in our community. _

29. Joining the Kiwanis Club, Womans Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Newman '.
i I Club, Presbyterian Church and both of Starke announce,the engagement '
"s recently: appeared In the musical pro- and approaching. marriage of their
t n Deborah Martin
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A
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fry r Set for March 13 Other Business... Jefferey A. Richardson, son of Mr.
Deborah Martin and Mrs. J.T. Richardson of Raiford.
: Joe Dell In other business, the B-U realtors The wedding is planned for Saturday '
On March
13, at 7 p.m., a Parents
sent a letter tp the city commissioners
March 17, at 2 p.m. in Christ
.,:; l School.Night Is scheduled for Bradford High To Wed April 7 endorsing the approval of an\, ordinance Evangelical Lutheran Church in
to improve the City of Starke.
Keystone Heights with a reception
The meeting will be held in the high Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Crews of Announcements were made that a following at the church.
:. .1'!'." school media center and will begin GRI to be given in
Lawtey announce the engagementand course was Ms. Newton I I. employed by
with introduction ,
i :: +. members.an The of will all be faculty approaching marriage of their Jacksonville March 4-1; registration Powell's Dairy Freeze' and Mr.
parents given daughter, Deborah Yvonne Martin to forms were distributed for
Richardson is employed by Gulf Station
,, :. "\ information about the new state Joe Allen Thomas Bell son of Mr.and Legislature 'Day April 24 in corner/of US 301 and SR ion
graduation requirements as well as Mrs. Charles D. Rorer of Madison. Tallahassee; Education Caravin will All friends and relatives are invitedto
: the standards for excellence recently ville, Ky.Deborah. be in Gainesville. at the Holiday Inn attend,
the School
adopted by Board.
is a graduate of EdwardH. April 5.
Parents will be given an opportunity
White High School in Jacksonvilleand
.1WyY to visit the classroom teachers and
# is presently employed at Union
to discuss their child's '
schedule. In-
Hair'
Correctional Institution
as a
correc- Family Designers
dividual conferences can be arranged '
at the school. .tional officer.
Joe is a graduate of Smyrna High
School in Smyrna, Tenn. and is Proudly Welcomes
presently in the United States Marine 'i.
Corps and is stationed at NAS Cecil
ADK Alpha Gamma Field, Fla.
The wedding will be an event of "TINA"Formerly
Has Flower Styling Program
'., Saturday April 7, at 3 p.m. at the ,
home of the bride's'parents. No in- ,
Shay Sweat and Kellle Hannah. Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha vitations are being sent locally but all from 4
Delta Kappa met at St Mark'sEpiscopal" friends and relatives of the couple are "
Parish House Monday, invited to attend. A reception will Bradford Square
March s.Barbara. .
| follow the
ceremony.
Hollingsworth from Style Shop

Church NewsSt. Julia's Florist presented a programon
spring flower arrangements. Did You Know........... Call 9647303For
Several members were also involvedin
Mark's grounds will be enjoyed immediately making centerpieces for the Appointments ,', \JMDn
Presents
following the morning services. District II meeting under Barbara's Mrs. R.G. Paterson is visiting her Thurs. Fit & Sat;
lenten ProgramsSt. Following dinner will be an afternoon direction. 1 mother, Mrs. C.S. Bowers who had.
sing featuring special guests the Hostesses for the evening were hip surgery, in Ft. Lauderdale for' Hair '
Mark's Episcopal Church will Weeks family and the Frampton Joyce Johnson, Eunice Searing and several weeks.Jessie'iS Family Designers
begin its regular Lenten Program family. Ernestine McRae. '
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Wednesday, March 14. with a Serviceof The public is cordially invited to at- : 144 W. Call St. 964-7303 Starke
Holy Communion at 6 p m., follow tend.
ed by a covered dish supper in the a
Parish Hall at 6:30 p.m.
St. Edward's
After the supper films will be RENEW Lounges
shown from the excellent series by Program March 1
Dr. James Dobson "Focus on the .
Family". A free-will offering will be Barbara Conner, Parish Chairperson 964-8080
taken to help to cover the costs of the for the RENEW Program at SL SETTLESHiirdware
program. Films will be shown as Edward's Catholic Church welcomed '
follows: parishioners to the parish ball on PRESENTSLIVEBAHD
March 4-"The StrongWilledChild" Thursday evening.March 1. She in- HARDWARE STORES
March 21-"Shaping the troduced Gail D. Wynne. Coordinatorof %
Will", March 28-"Christian Father. the Program from the Jackson- A 1 '
ing"; April 4-"Origins of Self-Doubt", ville Catholic Center. i Mon. Sat. 8 am ,6 pm
"Peer Pressure and Sexuality"'April Mrs. Wynne explained the goals of Sun. 10-5 964.4642 ussal s ,salkE
IVThe Lonely Housewife", "Money, RENEW in enhancing spiritual lives :
1 Sex and Children". and assisting in needs ,
community t : A
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said r'vr.,
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Starke Church of God the Program. & Saturday

To Honor Pastor Following the program GIGANTIC

Celebrate HomecomingThe hostesses.refreshments Barbara were served Conner by and the Come Dance to the Music ofCROSS

Maura O'Neal. Price
congregation of the Starke '
Church of God, located at 422 N. St.
Clair St., has set Sunday March 23 as A sheet of fabric of-- -- POINT-
the day on which they will show appreciation toner in the wastebasket Sale
of their pastor and helps give a room a nice /2

celebrate day their will annual begin homecoming.The with Sunday. soft smell In' a hurry. 9 pm tiN atJESSIE'S New Items

school at 10 a.m.. and at 11 a.m., the "Flowers are the sweetest Added Daily
; church will be honoring their pastor thing God ever-mede and LOUNGEd
with a special"Pastor Appreciation forgot to put a soul Into.
service. -Henry Ward Beecher
The traditional dinner-on-the-

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PLIERS 5 PIE! AUTO CLEAN-UP KIT
Lucile Payne Muriel Norman WliEY8rI"
Sharon Lyo is. Janet Walters Della '
Rosenberg Marjorie' Thomson and % $6.99 ,I larpstt
Mona Canova of Alpha Nu chapter attended ..sellingwMtvmll
i the District Two meeting of k\ io .
the Delta Gamma Society at Jackson- = cleaner
y'4oz tri+
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University on Saturday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green visited rverra $JUVaa 101'
their son-in-law and daughter Mr. stair
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and Mrs. Dale Wilcox: in Fernandina ovAS SpoIa* .

Beach on Sunday. V fie NGUZ R .."
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" family of Jacksonville were Sunday?: IV THE RIB AND
.: visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. GROOVE JOINT ''$2,99S&IP
J.C. HOObe.t MSIGN WILL NOT .SPECIALLY, I.acAT 1.69
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t Mrs. Ila Rain of Chiefland and Mrs. PRESSURE. '

! weekend Bernice guests Kennard,of Mrs.of Bronson J.G.Jackson.:were -, : lv *Ytf S&>1


.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders'of,. b..r ,. '
sic. ,
llappahanock. Va. are guests thlsi n..9w..t $
f month of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews;

On Saturday Mrs.'Andrews and Mrs. .
M.R. Sanders of Starke and Mrs. ., 10BENCH. "" Rai ..
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' Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford of t : : :
Tavares were weekend guests of Mr. :

,!! and Mrs L.C. Early. '. "
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At Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night .. :,' I ilbI.
:: Feb. 28,Thelma Jennings and Lucile
t i Green came in first; Mr.' and Mr. :' w ......
Charlie Riddle were second and Ida (

..." Shaw and Evelyn Griffin were third. _i 1 ton'i
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spent 3.d : 'C--::..__ := ,.j,
'parents,Mr.and Mrs.Olin White,and "

attended the Gator Bo ster'. : ,$109.99Bulbs Ms .
; festivities. in Gainesville on Saturday
: and also attended the

''r1' Florida/Mississippi state basketball ; '. I" ..
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it following our marriage. They are
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',.. ,, phone Ni'4t.: Speaker lor the occasion will be the
( Minister of the Year Rerx Malachai Henry, son of Mrs.
. Nominations
..., Rev. Jessie JacksonIn
Bertls Robinson and husband of Mrs.
,1: L''\'' Year TIMt Kiwanis Club of starke Iii sponsoring the Second Annual Minister of the Hope Baptist Church to Sponsor a Forum Wand Green Henry

March Reverend Je Jackson will hold Rev Henry Is a graduate of Bradford
Weekend 30
mlltta special award is given to the minister In Bradford County who did the Lay April forum Saturday March 10,in the Conference High School where he was an ,
r4:' Co\mty.\ to Improve the Physical and spiritual life of all citizens of Brad- Room at RJE Complex, athlete [In track basketball and loot- I
t.jh( ford Hope Baptist Church, located on SR-100 east of Keystone will be hosting a interested; ball. He received a 4-year scholarship
i'rl t. last year the Rev Baer from First Christian Church received the award for Lay Renewal-Weekend beginning March 30 and continuing through April !'. citizens beginning are at invited.4 p.m. All in football to Southern Mississippi i
t t: his outstanding work with YoUtn on the local and state level Nomination It will consist of 42 hours sharing, by approximately 30 lay people from University where he received a f
forms are available at the Chamber of Commerce or a letter explaining the churches throughout Florida, God's impact on their lives. The people Invitedto Dell Chapter Meeting:. degree 'In.Athletic Administration. H. i
',! contrlbutlons'of the minister being nominated can be sent to the Kiwanis Club Hope Church are chosen for their active participation in their churches and Dell is employed by Live' Oak School
of Starke P.O, Box''125, Starke Florida 32091.. their willingness to serve. The meetings will be conducted by these. "lay"people Chapter 168 will hold Its mon- Board as head coach of the Live Oak i
,The deadline and not by minister.: thly meeting Thursday March S, at 7p.m. Junior
for nominations Is a High School His team was
receiving Friday March 30. Anyone HaD ;
can in the
Masonic on Brownlee
Bradford any minister who Is serving a congregation full or part-time In' The weekend of meetings'will'begin .Friday; March 30, at 0 p.m., preceded St. undefeated this season.
County. by a dinner provided by Hope Church. Rev, Henry ls a member of the !
'Saturday's activities will begin at 10 a.m. with several groups of people Annual Young Men'sDa' Voters League, Member ol Ministers (
Now Church Building For meeting in 'designated homes throughout the community for coffee and Observance.. Alliance of Live Oak president of I
; Victory Bopt.! Chapel l donuts inviting In neighbors,and friends,,to get acquainted with the program.At [ Community Task Force in his district [
Sunday, March II, at 1:43: : p.m.. Victory Baptist Chapel In Hampton will 12 noon, everyone will meet 'at tope! Church for lunch followed by a The annual Young Men's Day will and he has announce4 that he will runt I
'dedicate its new church building Which Is located on Pine Street In Hamtoton meeting until 2 p.m Dinner will be'' served at the church at 6:10.: with a be held Sunday March 11, at 11 a.m. for City Commission
The mission\ sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Starke and was meeting al7:30 p.m. At Mount Zlon African Methodist Pastors directors and youth, !
organized two years ago. The purpose of the mission\ to reach the people of Sunday morning activities will begin with Sunday School programs at 10 .Church In Hastings, Fla. Rev. Levy welcome this) young man.
the area with the positive message pf Jesus Christ. a.m., led by the group members who will take charge of the classes. Morning I
This! type of mission work 1 Is not something new for First Baptist Church for worship service will begin at 11 a.m.,and there will not be sermon presentedby I II
In 1987 they sponsored the Morgan Road Chapel which today is a strong the pastor. Instead the lay people and group members will share their II
Southern Baptist Church Home mission work Is one of the strong beliefs of testimonies. A covered dish dinner will served at noon Sunday.
southern Baptists and one of committment for the First Baptist Church* In The evening service beginning at 7:15: p.m., will serve as an evaluating ,
Starke. time of what was derived from the week-end renewal program.A .
Construction work Was accomplished by many people from the sponsoring nursery will be provided at all times. .ft I\.K'3 Episcopal Church
church the mission Florida Baptist Brotherhood Orange Heights Baptist Pastor of Hope Baptist Church, Rev Eustis L. Bradley and Arnold Brim I
Church,Orange Lake Baptist Church and the Santa Fe River Association lay-coordinator: of Renewal Weekend Invites the community to come, out andjoin'ln WEDNESDAY LENTEN PROGRAM
The pastor of Victory Baptist Chapel Rev. Bob Cooper would like to Invite the sharing of a renewed spirit. I .
all to come and celebrate this special day with the members of the mission. 6:00 p.m'Holy Communion'
There will be special music presented by Rev. William Floyd, Minister of ," Parish '
Music at First Baptist Church and Bobby Epps, Association. Youth: Direc 6:30.: pim Supper ,
tor, New River Association.St. Ralford Fellowship Baptist! Followed By '

to .hold Homecoming March !ijl ,':, :,

Edward's Hosts World Day of and Dr. James Dodson's Rim Series .
PrayerOn Fellowship Baptist Church of Raiford will be having homecoming'
special services to dedicate our facilities on Sunday, March 11. : .,: "FOCUS OH THE FAMl; Y" .
Friday March 2, the Church Women United World Day of Prayer services Our guest speaker for the day will, be Dr. Harold G. Hudson from the '. '
were conducted at St.. Edward's Catholic Church. Mrs. Josephine Westslde Baptist Church of Jacksonville. ., ,, ,,' ,; (Excellent films on family living),
Cumber AlUr Society president welcomed those attending. '" Services will begin at 10 a.m. with .Sunday School and Worship service! WELCOME
Carolyn Eaves coordinated the program and led the services.,Among those begining at 11 a.m. We will have dinn l" on the ground and special music by ALL ARE

giving readings were Peggy Thomas, Margaret Miller,Rosoia Brown and the Weeks Family Immediately'following. the worship services.,Everyone is' 212 N. Church St. 964-6126
Mary Humphries. Evelyn Griffin led the group in singing. Antoinette Coss Invited to attend. .
was organist and Teresa Meng was the soloist singing 'How Great Thou Art'. I
In charge of registration were Peggy ')Thomas Margaret, Millet, Millie ".
Harden and Grace Fullwood. "'
Ken Morgan Soil Conservationist Agent fort Bradford, Baker and Union 'I' ,I .' .
counties, was guest speaker. In line with the program theme"Living Water .Attend the ChurchOf I, ,,I .', ,.

from Christ Our Hope".,Mi'. Morgan spoke, 01 the need rot clean water In Your, Choice.... '
everyone's daily lives.,He gave a presentation on soil and water conservation ., : OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL 'PREFERENCE PRIMARY
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and conducted a question and answer session, i I '
Rev. Cliff McLeod Jr. gave the concluding prayer,,and benediction.' V ,
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Following the service a covered dish luncheon was held in the parish hall. .
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Among. area 'churches' represented at. the program were First United :' '
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Is the county getting all the gasoline, (Place a cross (X) in the blank space to the '

tax due it? -' right of the name of the Presidential '. ,; ..' ,. + ,
Clerk Gib Brown wonders: ... 4
.,. No candidate for whom you wish to vote). )(', ,1,/ ; :t 41 '
,?' C.ommissionerJE.L t'ned; "c; rk;'"; .Cn '1 ?I,, JMHCK : IJ :'" Ill" InU'w4td\ btkwt : aid: ? 'Iris, R rwM ,.

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," ,40! ing asHhey should"Mr. '4 ;::Ji ;5 ,! : .' ..'f 'j',
Commissioner, 1 don't," +R ; L
I t replied Brown. :: .
S What are you two.talking about, RONALD REAGAN 0 '

asked Vice-chairman Maxie Carter '

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There are ways to get around remitting ? ,
i gas taxes said Brown, a former I -_.. .. .
service station operator. ,Brown '
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I cents recalled per once gallon when above his competition.gas was 12 fi' t ro 1 .; : !.,; .' 'i' : ';' ''j .' ,'";:; '. ;'., .

Brown said he had numerous offers to OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE: PRIMARY'. '
t. buy bootleg gasoline and could have ,
i sold the bootleg gas for less than. he '' AND PARTY OFFICES BALLOT 7.::" ':' '', .

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"Bootlegging today? I don't know" ': DEMOCRATIC' :PARTY ; ,
: said the clerk.Gasoline :. Straight A Students.,, J'" '
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Jobbers, dealers. and The Starke Seventh Day Adventlst Chrlstaln Academy announced, the above.> \; BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ,' I"
fc: agents live' here and makea, living, students as straight 'A' earners for the past icmeiter. '. ". .,
v .,here Clerk Brown pointed out t suggesting From left to right on the back rowt : Clint Edcns and Betsy Nail. IOn .. .. "- "
somebody should investigate. thefronLirow from left to right: Zachary Rogers,Pawn Brown and Lisa ( '\J "
'' Commissioner Lawrence MosleyNJl '' _" ", ', .
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who sells gasoline said it 'would be !'t'I', ': 1; '' -'V' 1.< ,' .l i'i( M t'., ,,1. > .Morch.J3.,1984) : '
I \"'possible to put a tankload of gas in the 't': : /:> .; ':-. d'J1a''", '; t .' ;, .'. : ,' ,"' 1'1 ,. .dO' .. .........--. '' .
Vn ground here and never report it to the, :"" ;1 /\ 'J 1 'f' : '- .
'I : state ., ,, ( I' a ":: PRESIDENTUAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY.i'j ,, '-BOB KELLAM HOlLINGS I

I ,', 1983 gasoline sales showed a slight, t tA .; (Place a crass (X) In the btank space 10'the.:':) I LIONEL ELEANOR CLEMENTSiJACkSON M. HUTCHERSON uc, soN '

r increase over 1982 says Clerk Brown. A 1 rlgfif of the name. of the PresIdential. candidate". G V. ROBINSON 'ijl\CKSON .
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;;t L1:,The commission asked county at- .
for whom wish I to vote x
you :' ; \ ELIJAH SMILEV (JACKSON '
')torney Dudley Hardy to write and ask
I, ;. the Dept.of Revenue to investigate to "t (Vote: for Ones t .' ,y,y' GENE A' STINSON ''J..CkSON'
Bradford Precinct : .. PARICiA G. ADAMS (McGOVfRN
all the County
1\ .see Bradford is receiving, Voting '
>* tax should. ,, 1' ,' f'/ '. IMcGOVfRN
gasoline jt) FOR PRESIDENT l' ;';. ,' ,"-; RoBe B. PERDUE McGOVfRN
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Interest Down... Poll! :Locations REUBIN ASKEW T I, +I' IRA M. SHORR (McGOVtRNU.
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: .. .r" MARC E. TAPS (McGOVfRN
,;: Clerk Brown warned commls-, 'AlANCRANSTON \ -
asnrn LOUIS V. 8ROGNA .. MONOAlf(
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i\ stoners the' county's earning of Ire ; JOHN GLFNN 1" \ "1i.' ,'\' .. I" JUDY-ZI CURTIN MONO..lf'it" .
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t. > terest on it's bank accounts will sink #1 Lawtey'Volunteer,Fire Department, 'R. .gARY HART \ '. .' ( .. iOLIVER JONES ,....,.."out
,, J.' below'' $150,000 for' the 83-84,. 1scal. ERNESTHOLLINGS '''. ","' '"J. .1.\\ I ,ANN S. KILEY MON

rte. #2 Lawtey Volunteer Fire,Departmenti ,I JESSE I.. JACKSON J:)AN R. LEVY (MONDAlI .
: Interest earned has been a'major .,, -
-,4.. factor in balancing the county budget i 3 Bradf'ord: County Agricultural"Building; .". ..L RICHARD B. KAY ,' CHRISTINE HARRIS D. BILLINGS' > ((UncommMm U..d','
' few Year before last KOCZAK ,
;. Itthe past years. iJortl301 STEPHEN RONNIE .R." }. EMS (Uncommrnm,'
' Interest earned approached S200.000 } : ; I' GEORGE MCGOVERN DUSTY JON- commin.d'b' ,,
4 fi\ Last year it went down $154.000.; A4 BradfordcountyEMT'Btil( : ilding' i, WALTER MONDALE'! AN'NNOlL Unremmm.dKIM ,'
!' And Clerk, Brown was ,waiving the ,..' 1 O'CONNOR' Uncommrn.d,
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commission Interest Grand'"W'eJdon'Streef : I
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.f .' : (a, MARIO F. RIVERA Uncommrn.d'
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Q.fiscal'-ear.; the-,.,.;. 1/5/ :Bradford County'Pubiic'. Library: .Il:' il eo vDAVID:; S. STERN IOnc..ltted..
, DELEGATE TO TilE DEMOCRATIC, 1 N. DART NE STUns (IJnco",,,,. ... '
i'. dollars are not available to put on,interest ..."
.\ ,, the clerk'said.. ', ;; ,J6 Residence. of,Gary- & Grace Buckley tit NATIONAL CONVENTION w .
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y. 1 Road 22S ;c' 2ND CONGRESSIONAL:DISTRICT '
i. Lunch i Mentis far delegate: If ,
Vat. for any 5 candidates you

." ,. ," ,Bradford County twaddle'School. *7, Headstart: \School l.Ol\d.ltJ. .) .. ;;b' 'vote'( fa !more 'thari 5candidaies\! : ; you, have ALTERNATE DElEGATE TO THE .

:' and all elementary school* lifSA, 456 :Pratt1"Si;, (Starkie'''Recreation:Center) over 'voted and yoth vbtes'fordelegatas. ; : will DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION 2ND
Mwidiy. Mured. ItChlclwo P.ttlllin Or**,,$\cr ,. Ie counted).," ; CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
," ..''J=A'mu t rd,grwtu Mary.,appl,u.Macarard wu
.. '."y t'Tuoda"w.butt...rwii..."lwlcligr. Marcy..I4-BM inb ...T._.frIIIt. lettuce cup in1k. tomato[ :c n' #/9A ,Southside Elementary School'Cafeteria ,', ...MlIE CAROI.---z:8ELLAMV M.: A SlEY '(ASKEW$(t'AAstctw ', .' (Vote, for ony 2 candidates"I for olteincie' .",
.. .'mllll.tTbia _nil delegate. If you vole for more than 2.
1 ,; a eIIHM. T. ToIal..u.n- Southsldt School Cafeteria .
, ,... ,, 'Southai..IIJenL aaa written': by Mry) Uoud'a.Jth....;.grad.. claw/ at #9B 1 Elementary, ?. GGwNDN.. E FIRESTONE, HUMPHRey'" ASKEW : condidat.i ,you hove over voted and your .

. 4laand.y.'Marek U.Pigln th.alankel. : baked #10A 'Theressa Community Center STEVE UHLFElDE ASKEW votes for alternate ,delegate will not be
, beameubbageaiaw l ."."...MM,fruit Jell... milk. FItZ RAID C.ANSTON'" '
'' JOANNE JODV\ .counted) ,
', Mani. I..MANMERSHotCE; PAY Theressa&W 38tH AvernijFaith Ji '1. ,
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.rtdllY'-. '8choot'Moalry LINDA N McMUllEN ,......-.....lCRANSYON .
'." Bradford County High 1013 j Church C ORGE D. PHILlIPP't' 'ICRAN51ON
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W.E. BISHOP (AsKewl
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'r .mcl potataM. Marl,.clnn i..B.ef mo.-i VaMabl.roll, milk Soup. chMM, ,I +told 21, ,21$ ..' ,, ./#. r\ A'CLUE L. TAYLOR '. IC.'JSTON'INN\ 'Ii.: ,VALENTINE A.N1CHHQLSQN tASKEWJ tc..NSfOI."
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;" lost arawbertr. dottcake. .,,1111, #; 11 Hampton C tytali' \ A ; tt ,'"'i G. BlACII: {Glf.NN1 .. ''I. JEFF THOMPSON CRANSTON
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w. EDWARD
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v .,,,. "green.andar bean.Mani.' .".. I"I'I a IIoC.butber.d Mlb milk coin,earcl.ir :*I12A Chamber,of,Commerce Building ,0JOHN'!-ANN- bOlJGtASS T. GRACE HOFMAI'INGlENNI- ( w MICHAEL-- ACsGl"r "

0.,. .,wlad"r".I'cake I'Ia". ,."milk.a ra..k..JitEAGigt6 FttttCf pAr.' ''#12B, Chamber;of >Building' ; < ,,' ntENNI T JAMES,//OHN N, UR !OOMAN' I .1 I ,

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Lawtey Elem. School; ..'jP;;. and Dot Moor Speakerjojf\\ the Ittec: jJ ;; ;'
sons, Tommy and Dewey, of Conjers, Melody Kirkland'and '
by Elizabeth Terry was guest pro-
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Ga., the weekend with their Was Mrs. 'Stark6' .
phone 782-3300 spent nouncer Peggy Stanwix- 118 S. Thompson Street (In Merle Norman Bldg. )
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Gay. Lawtey Elem. has a basketball
Church News.... Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and team that plays every day after Hay.We'd like to thank Mr. Brownlee for 9644090on
Grace United Methodist Women's family of Bryceville were Saturday school. Names of the team:) art;Nets, filming and showing the Bee on _
Society did very well with their Thrift supper guests. of their parents, Mr. Lakers, Dolphins, and Generals, camera to the entire school. Special
Shop on Saturday, March3.. and Mrs. Fleam Starling. There are 10 players on eachl team thanks to Mrs.Lopez's 6th grade class $
Mrs. Mary Green of Starke and her and four coaches. Coach Eddins said for drawing the Spelling Bee banner.. :_ VT lO00
Personals... brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and the teams had improved tremendously Off

Mrs. Bettle Wolfe and son, Danny Mrs. William Mobley of Chlefland, this year in that we are getting into Jason Pitcher was winner of the
Wolfe, of Cape Coral Mrs. 0.J. visited their mother Mrs. Ruby more advanced. skills. Each team Bee and is from Mrs. Lopez's class. ::1 i (
Anders, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Newsom of Melrose, on Sunday.Mr. plays six games, plus the tournament Kim Brewer, from Mrs. Folsom's I: fj1 ; all Perms
''and their families helped Mrs. Hester and Mrs. Larry Norman and !games. '. class, was first runner-up, and l .
Hicks celebrate her birthday on Sun daughter Rhonda visited their uncle, We interviewed Rudy Waters, one Regina Wiggins, from Mr. Judson's I(({({(II\( <.', : March
Hardee in North Florida \ \
day, March 4. Cecil of the team members, and he said he class, was second runnerup.All \
Friends' of Mrs. Gertie Eunice Regional Hospital, Gainesville, on liked to play afterschool basketball of the contestants did a great job
Saturday, Feb. 25. because he likes to play basketball 1 representing their classes from the ('
regret to learn that she Is patient in \\ 13.16
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Bradford Hospital, Starke, for a few Leon Nelson and his sister, Mrs. Article written by Melissa Starling 4th grade up.The County Spelling Bee i\U\ ? 1 : '
days. Our are with her. Edith Wilson, were Saturday overnight and Regina Wiggins, will be held on March 20 at the County
Mrs. Harold prayers Spaulding and guests ot their brother"and The Spelling Bee was held in the'' Office in Starke. Jason, Kim; and Hair Kirkland
daughter, Mrs. Judie Toole of sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben library on Feb. 28. Judges were Regina, will represent Lawtey Stylist : Calyin
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Jacksonville, visited their brother Nelson and family of Starke. Robert (Coach) Eddins, Joy Goodall, Elementary; in that Bee. Good Luck I 11 I _

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Les ,
McClellan, on Saturday, Feb. 25. -
Pfc. Floyd Harris returned to his PLAT NTRY PRIDES BRAND NEW GAME!
US Army base at Fort Carson, Col.on : 'r:,
Saturday Mar 3, after spending two Fun to play! Weekly '
weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sweepstakes
Easy to win
Joe Harris and family. ; Winners!
Jeffrey McClellan of Starke visitedhis I I
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lea
McClellan, on Saturday. a

Mrs. Vicki Revels and sons Bret 'd .,, rti'' Easy to follow rules on your/
and Dewitt of Gainesville, were Sun- A TOTAL OF s, Came Card'!-- .....
day dinner guests of their grand-
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. ., ODDS CHART
and Mrs. Phil Shuford of I
Tallahassee were weekend guests of II I 'OOD I! .., ._ ioe+ ,
their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. w :
and Mrs. George Shuford and John IN CASH PRIZES! '
y last week.While here they also visited
other relatives. FIRST PRIZE -.:.. .

Mrs. Craig Carroll of Boca Raton IN OCR

spent Wednesday until Sunday with GRANDSWEEPSTAKES '&
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl.Trox-

ell.Mrs.. Geneva Hodges was host for a PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., MAR DRAWING!
birthday party for her five year old 8 THRU WED.. MAR. 14, 1984.

son, little Toni! Hodges, on Sunday
afternoon, March 4, at 4 p,m. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. William King and BONUS i.. PANTRY Pftlb6APER ? EXTRA I-ARCJE SUNKIt.IORANGES
family of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. BUY rv.rv..r
B.L. Wilkison, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.
BL. Wilkison, III. and Robert and
Jerry Wilkison, his cousins.
Mrs. Mabel Boyette, mother of Col. .< SC* 'in299-.
.. and Mrs. William Wilson, had her eye'' eonu ;
I surgery on Wednesday in St ar 1 venue \
: Vincent s Hospital, Jacksonville. We wrI
: are happy to report that she is getting
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along fine.
Mr. and Mrs.O.J. Boyette,Jr. were
guests of their mother, Mrs. \
super Sr., of Lake City, on
Saturday night. She tame home with I
them ana they took her back home
Monday, Mar. 5.
Mr. and,! Mrs. Danny Dobbs and


Hampton
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Hilitesby ., wYy'


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Dolores Meng

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.J .ti,) ,;bra' idchUd WelcomedMrs. ',::' :4. ". f" .' ." 1"M"

Medford flew to St. ._ 't
Connally COMPARE ; 'COMPARI3:, y COMPARE
Paul, Minnesota, on Feb 15 just in ..
time to greet her granddaughter,
Stephanie Anne Mark who arrived PANTRY I PRIDE YEU.OW.(5.OPP LAS ik kMmjMBvrmiK CEUoTomato .
Feb. 16. weighing 7 lbs. 14 oz. Sauce :=51$2 Vigo Rice . ..;::4 1*1.Fla.. Grapefruit .511, Fresh Radishes. .' .=: 14CANADIAN 0
Stephanie is the daughter of William
J. and Carol Mark and has a three- I"OACI6I1I8 AUO.--.NER.. ENOW. I ILeafLettuce mcanoui.oR:
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i year-old sister, Emily Mark: Mrs. Joy Liquid .. .. rroCLamorene, .. ,.._89 ,Rutabagas. .' . .'UII 39, !
Connerly returned home Feb. 29. "
SPAM .lUNllBOY8WI T t PPBSH! ,
BUTTeRMUTOR
Medford at- ffn
tended Mr. and the Mrs.Kraft Retiree Connally Reunion on Luncheon Meat ,.. Salad Delttes99. :' Green: Cabbage,, .. .149., Aeom Squash La 49*.

Feb. 14 in Sarasota. Since Mr. Con JUNK BOY HAMBUROERDHI : .i ,i' '.
PNKIEDrAE9HDAI&ycELID f'NBH'
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nerly Company was for associated some 40 with years the,Kraft'they CAFlPETI"RISHINIIA'g, Chips 4. .';';f, .'. '.''l'. .99 Asstd. Greens ==t 99.* CeMo Carrots' ;.2. 59*

with 1 ,
renewed acquaintances many -
PURINA .
SNO-WHITE Locce
AASONKBT
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friends there.Brigadoon. Mainstay DOOFOOO .:: $499. 04 cleaner. I, $030 ,Mushrooms : ,. La$14a Lemon r.' i .' 1 20.8-

Performers..

I Among local residents who performed -
In the production of "Briga
doon" presented at the Starke
Womans Club the past two weeks are =
SAVE 30 CASH
Claire Brunetti, D.J. Riddick, Ruth Nxk r
Riddick, Medford Connally, Patti .
COKE DIET COKE
I. Connally and Melissa Williams. = PAY = ,
Cassie Cooper came from SPRlTEa ( E GYAU ... .
I Bethesda, Maryland, to enjoy Briga ITAB SUGAR FREE), ( 9. / I
doon with other family members and s OR MELLO YELLO IN' w"r"
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WITH rv.rv. 0rij
friends. Her mother and brother, :
TWO LITER'' COUPON ,
Ruth and D.J. Riddick, were in the
LIMIT.1 COUPON PBR ITEMOOOOTHRUWED. '
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: ..MAR. 14, 1984. I- auc. ,
: cast.Mr.. and Mrs. Wilbur Pownall of I..... .. ...I -
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Naples Fla., spent the weekend with, .... _
Mr.and Mrs. Medford Connally.They
also enjoyed the production of Briga
doon in which the Connallys starred. .

New Home.. SUNSHINE PROCRE880 soul i.
Enjoying \ Tnn
'$ ''i 1 c C SH Leos '' :BLACK'
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng, Aman- Ark KRISPY ,TOMAT0E8@ :... 9
da and Joshua, moved into their new CRACKERS a'AeC1PI! AEADY- 19'2 9 ... TOWER, $3750.M9i.I
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home near Crystal Lake over the p R.C. COLA DIET YOU PAY | SALrenoRONSUMTEO .; m : WINE1>. '
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weekend.Mr. i. RITE R.C. 1OO or dC C M ., .
and Mrs. Paul Meng spent the NEHI FLAVORS PANTRYP'RDE ,
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I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill PLus. a. 'ao' vi11cw's @ "(.,:: 'GALLO .
Meng Dana and Michael,in St. Pete BPACKrldosBTLr DePOSIT UTER Q I PORK & (...... 3L.J11R: .
f, and Phyllis McClure, Kasey and H LIMIT.< COUPON PCR ITCM.' 2M. : .. '3"I 1 $1'19, $
: Ryan in Tampa. 'OOOD THRU WED.! .MAH.14.1OS4. J I taamnAvons SODAS B1I:1. .WlS'. ." I 6,79
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; March Birthdays... gg/'R1I .....1II111inI11I ..... .. .

i_ .,March 1, Patricia Rhoden March '

'. 2, Sonya Hodges, Jerry Loiacano and '" tt1C' I \ <& ...-... ...1 '.
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i Ruth Paladino; March 8, Jennifer Ch drens .hW ". rt vClt COMPARE t COM PAR EL _, yI"
): Jones; March 8, Nicole Clark and I : a ......) :&, '.

.Jason Smith. i :'TOILET BOWL CLEAN .
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l' '' Hampton Elementary' ers/ p{" e "" 78." irCAMo. S ,r. : 2.Vanleh. /. ,

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.' Students and faculty at Hampton t4' Monogram lie ? 5p fght Icr s 2Hr' }
r. Elementary School 'were happy to I.r r *uw ovlc ... ,
arrival of Jennifer LuellenM + .' '
hear of the ; on R' -- .
': ; Frees on March 3.She is the daughter:, 1Ifd' ....
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< rW.w..na.M111tl.M'M. NMi.wr.r.I\ ( /ujp( };l J.p -/ 1 COPPI. '.
Claudette Frees. ., l ,
r of 5th graae teacher, M..p ... .. waV.. A 1 IJJ .
Jennifer was born at Alacbua General ,..cn.u.+.irw wwr.w+. .,., 'tY ( uifiodMnuar.j.MHOUJ 'W T1IP.! .
,r.i' ;.. 5 Hospital Sandra and Vincent weighed of 6 Gainesville IDS. IS oz. Is'I .w.wrAr..e .ear -,====.' ddlnt4161/( -Ijndefvond .FumHuire PotWtl tLongooge _h' : I q" IOOK 4aP1'aa' ,i'S,..' .

I 5th grade during Mrs.Frees'' .
I teaching V. '> .
I absence.

:,, .Productive Judy Archey' PTA, president Meeting,presided at O S I' $ 25' OFF" ,,".,I., ...-a J.: ..MINCH., .

the March 1 meeting of the Hampton '
.PTA held at the school. The large :. 'J ,SA.ftKA.. I I 'J===

. 1. t 1! group of parents attending decided children to &9IM" '. I ,co.ORPECMI ..S' ( .'I.. 11". .
hold a May Festival for the \ .'
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That evening a i 8dllfDlltts ./i nalc NIIIaR M4'ft} '
4 at the school. '
on May 'II. 19'
1\ barbecue chicken dinner will be held 1 t 1"' ,' .1" "I
for the public. "UI\MT., COUPONrlRREM.. Uty ;, WRIITFIII.q q 1 n'/d. .::,
Parents and friends are asked to : OOOO, THRU WKU..../..J...""!- 61000 ; ...--1N e.laarL Nq.tM4. .

' ; save Campbell Soup and Swanson ., .. .

I J labels. These can be exchanged for ", :..', .. :.. ,. I) ,?-1/1'h. / .' ,,
. useful school items. ,. >\ ,,' J" ," I." I .. .' ''' ,,,'" J.,' "' '. II' I'. .,'. ''" : '' '' ., .
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1 .;I '" .Jeaa Clwk's first grade class won .. ,.. .." '. ., A M'IfAb4R.' .,.... fll w$1EET, "} ," .1,', '. .." Ii., "I':.,";, I I'fVrlkti..' t, .1 .,''' '". '.' ,
II. the $10 award for best representationof py. ? .',. ,. .u., ,' "; ,"'. ; ," "t. .t..tkJ.1t iJI\'I\IQ.I.\ ,\., tf'1'.III!(!!' i".'<,,';,J/iJI':/ ,'.." ) \ '" )
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byC.E."Sue"Davl visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. For the past two weekends, :Mir*>,.,, some of the hostesses for the occa Spiee.S8I.' of UK above members. '
phone 485-1344 Lydia Crosby, and father, Jimmy Mildred Green has been quite busy as alon Brooker Elem. School will sponsor
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Last Film in Crosby, for'several days. ,she, traveled to Wlldwood. The '&61y 'a'r..a.MINh 8-24. Students may Youth Council
Series Jane Lynn, daughter of Mr. and weekend was to witness the outcome Brooker School l New.. ( .is given by New River Baptist Church
To Be Shown Mrs. Rastus Mann, honored her !of \a pageant in which her grand- CTBS Tests March 6-15 their parents and will be eligible to A
council formed
Rev. Jim Countryman of,the New mother, Nona, at a surprise reception daughter, Amanda-Green,' won first Brooker Elementary students will win prizes. Proceeds from the spice and Is youth to make has been for t.he
in the Mann home afternoon.' and sale will be divided between the PTA designed plans
River Baptist Church announces the Sunday runner-up granddaughter take the CTBS (Comprehensive Testof Youth of New River
last film In .a series of three the Friends and relatives came betweenthe 'Daniele, won first place. Both Basic Skills) March 6-15. CTBS and the school. If you have any questions Group. BaptifttChurch.
Tribulation will be shown at oq the hours of 2:30 and 4:30 p.m., bear- children will enter the Miss Florida designed to test student basic skills In please call 485-1812, or come by Officers
church Sunday evening at 6 The Ing gifts and many happy birthday pageant in Ocala to be announced at a reading, mathematics, spelling, the school. Jeanna are: Randy Andrews Starling,president vice'
p.m. ; ,
title Is "The Image of the Beast".The greetings as they enjoyed the punch later date. The pageant was the Miss writing, and reference skills. Test Blue Ribbon Committee Suzanne
public is Invited.Personals. and birthday cake served by their Florida Pageant, ages Infant through results will be returned to each school Formed to Study\School Kevin president Starling; Dyal, secretary'l:
daughter. The Rev. and Mrs. Lacy in May and parents will be notified at A Blue Ribbon committee of IS activities
Fussell
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..... Conway of Silver: Lake, Keystone of the weekends was to attend a that time.. Bradford County citizens has been Black, chairman;
Mrs. Mildred Heights, were among those guests 'banquet honoring the parents and Elementary Spelling Bee formed by the Bradford County Amy the and Jenny Countryman M
Mann
again visited Mrs. and Sue Davis calling during the evening.We grandparents of the youth of the Friday, March School Board: The committee will Plana publicity committee.
John made for the
the Tallahassee Freeman In are happy to,hear that Annie Presbyterian Church in Wlldwood. Fifth and sixth graders at Brooker look at the various needs of the school'' Youth were Week upcoralntt
Memorial whereby
last week. Hospital Maude Williams' has become able to The children prepared the food and Elementary will compete in a spelling system and make recommendations youth
Mrs. members of
take
Freeman has since return home after weeks served to the school board. .Members of the over the positions ,,
been released; and is several in' lasagna with all the trimmingsthen bee on Friday, March 9, beginning at the church. It decided to begin
her friends in now home to all. the North Florida Regional Hospital, last, but not least, a wonderfuland :2 p.m. Winner and runner-up will committee from the Brooker area include 'activities with was
Retreat
Perry. Gainesville. Ms. Williams suffers of ice with Ethel Douglas, Mickey Path a Prayer 00
Mrs. John tasty treat cream the spelling( bee
Melbornne' ) have Zapp returned and daughters home after of from being a diabetic and heart patient black cherries for dessert Granddaughters the following week in Starke. and Jim Kendrick If you have any Friday to be held night at through Hayes Saturday Hunting Camp.lunch,
Lana and. Tammy were concerns,or ideas, please contact one
Emphasis will be on ,prayer and
ministry to others.
On Sunday, youth members will be
observing positions they will be fillingon

The March council 18. also planned for the

EadyWinne youth to participate in a Progressive
Dinner (with one course each night of
the week) meeting at different places
with devotion and fellowship each
night of the week 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

You've' got to play ,in order+ to win! : : -F__ Tuesday Monday, ,Soup Appetizers- Edwards- Dyals home home;

Wednesday, 'Salad Church
Fellowship Hall; Thursday, Main

Gp flflf* Course dessert -- Fussell's Starling's home home; ;Saturday Friday,

Associational Youth Western Dinner-

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Gladys Pitta .0 Judy ROM flR"ynflond Oaixtrwrl] rJf !IE ? Roy H F rnueon M & EH! r qb. PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., MAR. I ,.. ,

WON $2000 U WON ioo || WON ioo U iSmTMmU WON$100, I wonrioo! U WON 1OO THRU WED.. MAR. 14, 1984.'St. by Cans Schmidt


BONUS 54th Birthday

0 PATRICKS' TREAT BUY Observed Feb.. 27

KNEIP ,OVEN ROAST Cub Scout Pack 73 celebrated the
54th birthday of Cub Scouting on Feb.
27 at the First United Methodist
BONELESSCHUCK 'Church with their annual Blue and
some Gold Banquet
0
our ,
onus
sun / wnu. 0 There were 125 persons in attendance
ills and enough food to feed twice
that many. It was all delicious!

//vIl<||lii;> a Cub Each Scout person Insignia had a place made card by one with of

the boys in his den meeting.The hall
:4j ; -. was also decorated with cut-off Bobcat
; &ApMoi ; .
: ; ; Wolf and Bear heads Inscribed
with the last name of each Cub Scout
Among those in attendance were
our honored guests, Laurie' Mullins.
Dolph Reddish, Dan Smith and Jerry
Thompson. Mrs. Mullins representedthe
Pack 73 sponsor, the 1st UMC, as
some Wr .. _,.. ., .: -. -. the Chairman of the Council on
e r t .e 0 sonu.Y Ministries. The 1st UMC has sponsored -
tWY4 Pack 73 since they were first
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,. r chartered in May 1978. Mrs.'Mullins
SAVE 80 PER LB has :introduced, :young people to
\C scouting for many years. She worked
with Cub Scouts as a den mother for
six years, and then transferred that
,CHECK' CHECK' CHECK experience to.Girl Scouts. She is in
COMPARE, .. PAIC THE6I!! COMPARE JImI' TPS."cE6 COMPARE._ PRICES THESB COMPARE,, jffla' SsaAaOCHTtiD !-! her 27th year with the scouting! pro
gram. She has taught many young
LANDCT FRoerr Aaemx,
CAAOUNAPNII"PUwPOFlK: SMOKeD! gas! "war MATCH' scouts, two of which are her sons,
RoH 89' Neck '. ", La 69MIX Meals .,a5IH"O.K FLAVORS Robin and Glenn, who earned their'''
Sausage . *
La sx.39
'Pl.ANTAT1ON eR YopialtYogurt ,. Eagle, the highest rank in Boy
BREAKFAST OR
;;BRAND READY TO COOK 1DINNIJIt. ,.. FYNBTA8TB' Scouting.
Breaded Patties'' x 99* tank Sausages .I> ....? X19 Skinless Franks = gOPANnn' PRDI! .. Dplph Reddish, sheriff of Bradford
# 89
OH
has
CIUOWAAPPftPI'IOZEN-HIaH t Veg. Spread :-. County, supported scouting for
8'1'N>II PROTON LOW CAIDFWI" tea PKa ASaORTED U many, years. He executed a very

situ xz $.148 Turbot Fillets . t8i'v Kfnsers Salads 99* BHREOOED chi, sz. :1 aNEW thorough insisting inspection they stand of the straight Cub Scouts with

ZEALAND GENUINE MATLAWS .' 08CAR! MAYER ALL VSHcedBotogna/ '* their feet together and eyes forward

Lamb legs liM1,, S Stuffed: .Clams. 4( ,ss $199: ',, xzSLINNYtANO 148. PANTRY Orange PRO Juice PURE PLOHOA'. ,sx..KRAFT ?? 11a Dan Bradford Smith County, former Library director and current of the

U.aixA.CHOCSBnls. PANTRY PWOB: PURE BEEP EIUnOIRI'! !' Mfcfl" librarian at Southside Elementary
BEEF 0*MOT .
Chick oo PKQ. Burgers .1"0, Smoked Sausage : *178 Velveeta Cheese 93 88 School: helped inspect 'the boys'
Eyear.ArtJ260; Beef : :o iris uniforms. He devotes the majority of

.. .00000119.+ 'his, time working with young people.
.c. .r1Ac c ccouwrr.oYY.TO OY.Y Yaw.wed w.r.enun.q Trou tOU.Nnn.
L warm .D TOOwwrwrrnr.o..wup.nnoauwcasw.aI Jerry Thompson, Scoutmaster for
Boy'Scout Troop 70, helped with the
inspection also, giving the cubs a
taste of what future Boy Scout Inspections -
would be like. Thank you to our
special guests, not only for their help
Monday night and In the years past,
but also for their continued support.
Den 2 appreciates the help of Mrs.
'iw' WY9B Zeta Shuford who is acting den leader
,while den leader Bonnie King is
recuperating from illness.People like
these are necessary to,the continued
good work! scouting.

Awards, Presented...

B A wards.! ,,were, given out to 13 Cub-
Scouts.
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; @x /jhVE 110"" j 1 OAU.ON''', 80 C UPW FRESH BAKED' '.rrY..ne,.... Those earning their Bobcat Badge
ENGLISH or PACK; :. 'WHTTESPRINOSRITIXIN 'WET ONES, ITAUANONLY", were Nicky Bradley, Shane Smith.
$129 = Steven Prather, and Daniel
C Cooney.
2/$1" CHUBS '
SOURDOUGHMUFFINS @ I BREAD' '
5'9 $ Travis Anderson earned his Wolf
WATER. a""PEB, _.
,l. ,, tOorlOAP Badge and in addition did 10 electives
9 to receive a Gold, Arrow Point.
AAA FAMOUS BAvaio' BIRD8EY r':?l t6I1VEtC'+ '*.' f NMNnn..0/Y1' 'Michael Rowell also earned his Wolf
PACK VEGE1'A.IILE8 1 ozFAOZlif'ol'1 TYLENOL,,: eoCOUNT f'RESHBAJ
KAISER < $1' aXTHA aTHgNOTH AIYOECALKE _, Point. In the Webelos Den Bryan
ONION J r99 ; j'TABLETS 2gg "\ $129 King received his Engineer Activity.
ROLLS Badge. Those who received their
'Si Showman Activity Badge were
Michael Becker and'Brian Canova.
Michael and Brian,, along with Mike,
... IN SERVICE STORES ONLY
r THE .MW9AKERY earned their Ac-
Tierney, Sportsman
:_ COMPARE! .N..vo.W COMPARE r_ .... r COMPARE N Qrtli r tivity Badges. Mike Tierney and Eric
COMPARE, i, r'L' '* ......,. Brown received their Forester Activity
.
..... Toes NORMAt"""' .'OILY COMCmONERORrtBBUlAR.O Badge Mike Tierney also earned
PAWY CNNICI.a CUT .
'' ; dMMt ., '. .' P '- ;' ...; .,....I( 'iII1I. .. '1 Jumbo .CrofesantB ,.49: ,his with Geologist Anthony Wood.Activity Richard Badge Rasnlck along

............ "w MMPOvrrct>AUQTWAN earned his Artist Activity Badge.The
.. *jmo Webelos should be commended for
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1ai'f1.uee' ".;; 2I9. Qr'angs0.k110N.I! :,KelexUoNT II f. : "..2t. Cheese %, t' 'r ( opening the Pack meeting '.with an

-.. Y..u a0 ClA1N} '".: 'MADE I"AOMC.w-.T" ; outstanding flag ceremony; :.
& _,_ S ; >,., ". The Webelos soared to new heights
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'" .O COUNT: ROOUlAn OM RON wnwTYioV!ci'a U.jeRaDeg gathered at the Keystone Airport to
_
000.cwa .St- J td :- ..... .$4" $ Be initiated-into the art of flying..Jo*,
i_. ..-.hIIM' 0 .. '!> .. ,.,. I''''' Cube: .. ', .:.,. ,1 Bula, who la the owner and operator

,.,, 1 of Starke Power! Equipment,' and a
licensed Ms
pilot, spent Saturday
j morning taking the Webelos up in his
!' HORMEL plane. -The. boys .who participated--
ARI B1SOOICK '' : were Mlchaellkdel"". Scott Durban.
ar : a:....... CHILI r" Bryan Kins.:Jason Morin,.Richard
1 Q ? Rasnlck:, Mike Ttorney.,Jr.. and Anthony
!MiAp 1 Oa t / 11 .PI',CU't. ,Wn-H88Af\Ie.Ma.OR',HOT- t .Wood..Two or three boy went
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', 'gtfl: ,: 'E' : q ,A9 : I : ....Yrnr. : '; '.7 9- iI each.They were flown. around. Stark
l g' ] 2i69' I : and Lawtey sad ..e f the keys _
I .F" I ,150z100& to fly over their-own I .......'-TM

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Both girl's and boy's track teams broken in the following events: 4 X record. Bellamy, Brad Russell Eric Lane. Total ,
placed sixth among 11 schools at the 1600 relay, 4 X 800 relay 4 X 200 relay 4 X 200 r.loy: Hall Amy Dowling. time 44:09 for second place.
Greater Jacksonville Relays Satur- distance medley relay 4 X 400 relay Barber Gr..n. Total time 1:3.0: for fifth 4 X( 800'' relay: Calvin Thomas, Chris _
day at Bishop Kenny High School. and shot put. The girl's 1600 meter place. New BHS record. Farmer, Silas Jenkins, Willie Wright. Total nnk
Bradford tracksters continued to relay team also set a new BHS record. Distance medley relay: Mono, Barber 'time 10:36.37 for seventh piece and BHs
drop relay records at the meet with Bradford will be on the road next Denmark, Cathy. Roach. Total lime record.
the girls breaking seven records and week. Saturday BHS will run in the 18:15.66 for fifth and BHS record. 4. X 200 relay: Sanders, Bellamy
the boys six) Palatka Invitational at 3 p.m. then 1600 r.lay: Dowling. Green, Hall. Rutsell Lane Total time 1:32.0 for third
Raines High School. took first placein participate' in a quad-meet Tuesdaywith DeWltt. Total time 5:07.25: for fifth place place and BHS record.
the boys competition with 119 St. Augustine Palatka and St. and BHS record. 1-r. Distance .medley relay:' Farmer,
points and Bishop Kenny took first in Joseph. 4 X 400 relay: Mann, Fusnell. Kimutit, Thomas Cooper:, Wright. Total ,lime
the girls races with points. Bogle.. Total time 4:45.70: for fifth place. 13:57.31: for seventh place' and BHS
Boy's teams finished in the follow BITS Girl's Results.... and BHS record. record.

Ingorder: Raines 119, Sandalwood 53, 4 X 1600 r.loy: Tammy Mann Carol Shot Put: Anderson Mann Bogle 1600 relay: Chandler Jefferson,
Wolfson 34, Terry Parker 28, Forrest Futsell. Michelle Klmutll, Cheryl Bogl. FuMell. Total distance 91'00.75 for sixth Johnson Tennont.' Total' time 4:05.32,, for
27 Bradford 23. Bishop Kenny 23, Total lime 29:56.67 for fourth. N.w BHS place and BHS record, ,' fourth place.
Bolles-Paxon 11, Lee 0. record. ; -i 4 X 400 relay: Sanders, Bellamy, I II It4
Girl's teams finished In the follow- 4 X .100 relay: Alison Denmark. Pat BIIS Boy's Results.... Ru.sellLone. Total time 3:30.6: for second

ing order: Bishop Kenny 77, Raines Barber W.nde. Hall Sylvia Green Total 4 X 1600 relay: Henry Cooper, Silos place and BHS record. Former record' was
68, Forrest 57, Orange Park 42, Bolles time 57.38 for sixth Jenkins, Willie Wright,' Eddie Tennant. 3:35.74. _
30, Bradford 19. Wolfson 15, Paxon 5, 4 X 800 r.loy: Carol Fussvll. Undo Total time 2207.70: for sixth and BHS. Shot Put: Hill, Stokes, Tennant Meres.
Sandalwood Terry Parker and Lee. DaWitt MicrmlU Klmutls. Cheryl Bogl..' record. Total distance 127'6 for eighth place an'dBHs

Girl's and boy's records were Total tlm* 1116.9 I for fifth place. N.w BHS 4 'X 100' relay: l.x Sanders, Robert record. j: .

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sixth place among 13 schools at the 27, Gainesville 25, Zephyrhills 24, 2:41.: Total 11:13.74. : Totals 21:50. ". -. .
University City Relays last Thursday Chiefland-Vanguard 21, Bradford 1. Sprint medley relay: 9)BHSConnieCarter ) 440 relay: lOjHampton) Jefferson, '
March 1 while the boys came in last "Our girls did well because most of Loretta Austin Amy Dowling and lane, Johnson 51.08. "> Man to Watch Out For... ; ,
with one point. them ran cross country and are in excellent Pat Barber. 2:28.14.: 2-mile' relay: 12)Thomas) Jenkins
This will be a player for Bradford High Baseballers be on the watch for
North Marion took first place in the shape" says BHS Track Distance medley relay: 5)BHS-Cothy) Cooper Tennant 10:23.28.: tgirl's
competition with 89 points and Coach George Loper. Daren Chandler Roach Allison Denmark, Tammy Mann. Sprint medley relay; 7)Sanders.) when Keystone will. visit ,the Tornadoes for a makeup game. '. this,Friday
Forest took first in the boy's with 68 and Robert Bellamy have just joined Linda Dewitt. 16:49.77.: Bellamy Russell lane 1:37.9. night at 7:30: p.m. V"
Pictured above is !Mark Hardee from the Indian squad Before going into
points the team after completing!basketball>> 880 relay 4)BHS-Carter) Barber, Den
the Hardee has a batting average of over .Tim. lie has also contributedthree
.Five Bradford track records season. Loper expects their speed to mark. Hall. 2:08.5.: game
High Distance medley relay: 10)Wrlght) Hill.Jenkins home for the Indians including grand slam homer. ,
the boys team. Mile medley relay: 6)BHS-Austln) .. ...,. runs a
were broken during the meet. help Amy. Tonnant..12:44.B1. .r. To ..,.*, .RIIS.Jlasebalh'rs were rained out by a storm Tuesday along Ith three
Schools finished in the following BIIS Girls Results... Dowling. Mann Dewitt.. 50943.: : 880 relay: 6)Sanders) B.llamy,'Russell, other events scheduled: ,for BUS alliletes., 'Tennis, track and girl.'*'sottb"Il
order in the girl's races: North Shot Put: 7)BHS) -Mann 21'. Becky lane 1324. all '
Marion 89, Buchholz 76, Gainesville 4 mile relay! 2)BHS-) Tommy Mann 6:35: Anderson 25'10.5 Bogle 21'0.25. Totals Mile relay medley: 9)Jackson) Hill; were postponed Tuesday.Family
67, Forest 42, Brooksvi 26. Bradford Carol Fussell 6:33, Michelle Kimutis 6:16, 671075. New BHS record. Johnson.' 'Tennant.4:09.6.: .
22, Santa Fe 1$, Chief land 14, InCheryl Bogle 6:03. Total time 25:71.57.DlscuI: : 8)BHS) ,Mann 65'. Anderson 675. Mile relay: 7)Sanders) Bellamy; Russoll,
terlachen 13, Zephyrhills 12, Eastside Beats old BHS record of 27:19.79. Bogle 5155. Totals 185'10.5. New BHS Lane 3369.
..' 10, Vanguard 8, and Palatka 0. 440. relay: 9BHS-Alllson) Denmark, record.! Shot put: 9)Hill) Stokes, Parliment,
Boy's teams finished as follows: Wendee Hall, Pat Barber Sylvia Green Totals IH'6. a new BHS record. Hair Designers
l' Forest 68, North Marion 45, Santa Fe 58.07. BIIS Boys Results...: .. Discus!' Stokes Parllrfieni, Meres,

'r' 44. Palatka 40, Brooksville 39. 2 mile relay: 4)BHS-linda) Dewitt 2:53: 4-mlle relay: 7)BHS-Cooper) 5:37,. Totals 258'8, a new BHS record. : : : ,t44Wcal -967303 $Brte

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will be held at the Bradford High School track runners.Times
( Bradford Special Olympics for the local runners are listed: Miguel Franquiz 19:05 Bob Moore P t
I this Friday 9:IS-12 a.m.. 20:00: Kevin Slack 23:22: Brad Hamilton 26:02: ) Lynda Steele 27:48, Judy
Most of the competitors at this meet will also go to the district meet in!
: Moore 29:00.: Evelyn Womack 31:59: and Sharon Williams 36:14.
!! Lake City later. f Several Starke runners are planning to take part in the 3.1 mile Shamrock 1 0 1

$'" Run this Saturday, in, Jacksonville at 10 a.m.. "? t I 1

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Eight members of the Bradford Hospital and Fitness Center.participated .' ,: ;,'

in the 3.1 mile Azalea Run Saturday March 5 in Palatka. Ceramics Class... f "? .
Hospital Administrators C.E. "Rip" O'Steen and Judy Moore took part in ? ; .,
the run. Ceramics classes' are being JOf ''' II b
Fitness Center staff members that ran are Kevin Slack,Miguel Franquiz, fered by the Starke. Recreation ThB IS ma we e..
and Lynda Steele. Other local residents that ran are Sharon. Wilhams Department. i' ...
Evelyn Womack and Brad Hamilton. Classes are held on Mondays 7-10 I
The run covered 3.1 miles along the St. Johns River past the Ravines and p.m. and Wednesdays 9-12 a.m.. .
downtown. Over 200 runners participated in the annual even that There is no charge for the class, ex- ,
coincided with the Azalea Festival. cept for materials used. 'I Ifinished I- ?,4 I


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1.150-Hoip.e PUD Approved for Keystone.Area. I :" 1


"Hurry up and build those 150 Santa ;: /

houses.' County Commissioner Maxie ment Fe Lake, the proposed develop- the land owned by the corporation. Geneva Estates across SR-21 just northeast -

Carter Jr. urged after the board Board won approval of the Zoning In answer to questions about possible of the proposed PUD, said he
quickly approved a proposed PUD over objections of a large water and sewer problems for the was concerned with the commercial '
delegation i
(Planned Unit of area residents who expressed
Development commercial Zoning
) with development phase of the project which he said
housing facilities for 195 single family concern mainly) with the com Board Chairman AI Richardson said would "not enhance" the value of
mercial a J :
dwellings in the area between SR-21 phase of the PUD, which they that individual site plans for each neighboring residential l

and 21-A. east of Santa Fe Lake said would be Incompatible with the commercial establishment would be Emery also questioned the property heavy w ,

Commissioners; looked at a colored preeminently the residential nature of submitted to the zoning board beforea parking and traffic demands broughton

map of the area presented by attorney neighborhood. Concerns were also building permit Is issued, and each by the commercial development,
Donna Johnson, representing expressed relating to water and will be made to comply with whatever and possible drainage problems caused -

Rose Stone, Inc., asked if anybody on sewer SR-21 service and Increased traffic flow state requirements are at the time. As by excess water running from the rr

present objected, and receiving no objection school 21-B, the Impact on for residential water and sewer, commercial area through his nearby
facilities
Monday morning.. March in the area, and the Richardson said lot size (a minimumof residential-condominium N'T '
5, matter develop "
of additional w
then approved the rezoning. In police protection 20,000 square feet) Is adequate for ment. .

The county Zoning Board approved County an area but that is part of Bradford private wells and septic tanks. The PUD proposal will be heard by

the PUD classification 4-1 the week the 20 minutes' distance from Alma Eddy, who lives on SR-21B In ,the County Commission at its Monday

before, the dissenting vote coming Sale county of the seat. the vicinity-of the development had March S, meeting at 10 a.m. '
from member Jim Womack who felt Mrs. 158-acre tract owned by one brief remark In opposition: "If we,
Loyree Lanier was said to be ever need police service Lord help Barber
not enough questions concerning the contingent IUD Shop OK ,
the "
proposed development had been ad- The upon rezoning. us. With County CommissionAgain : era 4*
development will include half-
quately addressed. Commissionerswere Jack Daniel, the only resident
informed by Zoning Director acre lots for 150 single family speaking in favor of the development backing up Its zoning board,

L.M. Gaines that the Zoning Board's residences, and 49 one-story con said he thought it would be a good county commissioners March 5 ap
dominiums. The homes will have proved a request by Margaret P
approval( was less than a thing for the area and might even
unanimous minimum of 1,600 feet and Aaron to rezone of her
will
and were told of the square result in gaining more attention from part property
dissenting vote.reason' forWomack' be in the $75,000-up bracket. Jack law enforcement officers and other 'in Lincoln City to allow operation of a

Located Norton, Melrose banker and a services provided by Bradford Coun barber shop.Recommendation.
on' a
158-acre
tract, member of Rose-Stone Inc. said the from the
owned ty. Zoning
presently 1 by. Loyree Lanier of' houses would be built and sold with Bud' Emery. developer of Lake Board was unanimous;







. I Kevin Krack Wins Spelling Bee at Middle SchoolSixth



grader Kevin Krack spelled Curtis r
Harris Isaac Simmons Jeanni a T
"dilute then
"galvanic"
to
win the
spelling bee at Bradford Middle Hodge Centrell Lee, Kenny Williams, ,. { p
Allan Porter, Charles Casner, Tim
last
School Friday March
: 2.
Burch, Chad Tennant, Deanna Miller,
Runner-up Selena Norman a Selena Norman Kevin 1;
Krack Donnie
seventh grader, left the "e" off the Francis p ?
Dodle McRae
end of "dilute "' Lynn Wart-
giving young Krack sbaugh Jennifer Sheese
Eric
,
the chance to win the bee.
Krack, the son of Mr and Mrs. Pittman Froundfelter, Shaun Nichols,Tangela 1'l
Nancy Bellwood
Michael Edkin of Starke is Connie
new to the Colston Kimbo
Woods Patricia
area according to Guidance
,
Rhoden Bernard Baez Lisa
Green
Counselor Melba Johnson who coordinated -
Felicia Aaron Claude Kinsler
Tonya
the spelling bee. ,,
'
Krack, described as "...a very Teaster Mitchell,Kevin Hermia Manasco Thomas, Tyannma 'h A's '
Don Davis
a
bright young fellow, was "very impressive Sara Starling, Monica Tucker, Scott ti kli

," pronouncing ,his words Duncan, Holly Sheilds, Richie Taylor. i ICI l',
slowly and carefully, says Mrs. None of the 37 class championswere
"
Johnson. class champions last .
Runner-up Selena Norman is the year .
Miss
points out Mrs. Johnson. Starke
Hemisphere....
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.M.: (Bud-
.
Pronouncer: for the BMS bee was. Kevin Krack Selena Norman
dy) Norman of CR-225. Miss Renee 18 of
Mrs. Julie Miller English teacher Wlmberly, Starke won title of Miss Starke Hemisphere
Class champions competing, were Bradford High at BMS Champion Speller BMS Runner-Up Speller Saturday Feb.$. .

? ," She will now represent Bradford County. In a state beauty pageant In
SUMMARY OF \r Eighth grader David Shine, winner Mrs Johnson states, meaning which Orlando April 2829.Wlmberly ,:. "

PROPOSED JpB TRAINING PLAN ,\\W of the county bee last year.as a 7th word a students draws to spell. The ,.a senior at Bradford High School competed and won in the
.
AND grader, and Jonathan Rowe, runnermiddle schoolers went further evening gown and swim suit contest '. '. .

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING t. ,ft', up last year at the county bee, didn't .through the word list, and the words Renee won five and three foot trophies a necklace, gown; and her fee willbe
''i even won their class spelling bees this were tougher, points out Mrs. paid for the trip to Orlando "" "
Notlc. Is h.r.by glv.n thai the North Central Florida year. Johnson.

Private Industry Council (NCFPIC) will hold a public h.art .: "It's just the luck of the draw,"',
t Ing to receive comment on the proposed Job Training -\ .t
Plan for the North Central Florida S.rvlc. Dellverv Area ... '

(NCFSDA) for the period July 1. 1984 to Jun.301986.1 Th. Legal Notices "
'NCFSDA I'I comprised of the Counties of Alachua, Bradford ,

I Columbia Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, 114! :' ,

Madison Suwannee_, Taylor and Union.! i NOTICE I
for or against the pro- BOARD OF Deputy Clerk
Th. public hearing on the proposed Job Training Plan will JACK VtflFAGAN: has posalassp.ciflelnthe BRADFORD COUNTY 2/23.tchg 3/15 totlve. or the venue or Middle DistrictOf IN\ THE CIRCUIT
be held on Tuesday March 13, 1984 at 5:00 p.m. In the mode written request for Zoning Code of the City COMMISSIONERS jurisdiction of the court. Florida .COURT FOR

Columbia ,County Courthouse, County Commission special permit for a barrow of Stark.. Florida. ByGllbert: S. Brown IN THE'CIRCUIT All CLAIMS, Dorothea Beane BRADFORD COUNTY,

Meeting Roomy ,lake-City, Florida--t'" ", ,.". ,.....H.. ". '.1 pit operation on hi.i .' Walter W.catt, ; ,B .,,r Clerk r ,. r : tQUIJT: FOR "ONS'--DEMANDS AND OBJEC. Assistant United FLORIDA
'rp.rtylocotgd lq See NOTC-SO FILED '
:
-' v "'."'f6J. f! Chairman 3/08 BRADFORD COUNTY States Marshal :,' PROBATE DIVISION
hrhg ? .1< .
'" 19"Mnr P 0" ":%!"'South".It.1Ige:Iprt wMu. *. ewtnadp'rt1 S3 ,Easf'fparcels ) ...,,,. -'-- Stork.Zoning It ; . .,- wc4lut- allJ; FLORIDA."".'..J1..?"'RID.Will! *By"-*. FOREVER W**" ".'BAR., *.J"< >'" ',.. Attorn.,-f..,"'",1. ,., w_'n,_,. ....'.. ., .."'h;".("'.-Number.8".I-4.A CU "
97-300' 'the''Job Planning Plaintiff '
p.par pursuant to Public Law Training IN THE CIRCUIT PROBATE DIVISION Division f-3324 r
Dote of the
Partnership Act (JTPA). Th. adminlstrativ..ntlty and 6003-A-01300 1 tc"-. 3/08 CASE NO ....I7-CP first 3/012tchg 3/08 ,
COURT OF THE
and 6003-A-01400 offEast publication of this Noticeof
grant recipient for the NCFSDA Is the North. Central NOTICE 'EIGHTH JUDICIAL FILE NO. 1-3527 ....... ..., IN RE: ESTATE OF
side of County Rood Administration: 8
Florida Regional Planning Council. S.E. 43rd Street (Speed- OF APPLICATION CIRCUIT IN AND FOR March 1984. SHUG JACKSON
I In R. Estate of IN THE CIRCUIT Deceased
FOR REZONING BRADFORD COUNTY, :
vllle Rood) DOROTHY A. MILLER
A summary of the proposed Job Training Plan I.s a* twelve ((12)approximately ) This AND AMENDMENT :s FLORIDA ARTHUR C.MILLER. PersonalRepresentative COURT OF FLORIDA

follows: Th. Job Training Plan for the NCFSDA describe request for special acres. OF THE CASE NO. 83.111 Deceased of > EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICEOF
activities for economically dlsodvontaged permit CIRCUIT IN AND ADMINISTRATIONThe
proposed
training I I. subject to a public LAND USE PLAN !. Estate of
individuals and/or individuals barriers NOTICE FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY.
encountering
ELMER M. JoNES .
!hearing to be held ARTHUR C. MILLER
to employment. Th. purpose of the program Tuesday March 21. 1984 on, All ORDINANCE amenand OF ADMINISTRATION Deceaied. .! . administration i,.
described In the proposed Job Training Plan I I. tq provide at 7:00 P oM. In the Council ding the Compr.hensive HElEN F.JONES RICHARD E. WELTY CIVIL ACTION: the estate of HUG
for and unskilled TO ALL PERSONS HA V. CASE NO. e S13 CA JACKSON, deceased
." job training opportunities eligible youth Room of Starke City Land U.. Plan Element Plaintiffs. 954 N. Temple Avenue -
adults of the NCFSDA: The primary objective of the program Halt before the Bradford' and Map by Bradford v. ING CLAIMS OR P.O. Box 995 File Number 84.14-CP, Is
I. to Incr.a.h.lob.kllis and earning potential of County Zoning 'and Plan. County, Florida In aaor ROBERT J. SAnEN.DEMANDS AGAINST THE Storke 32091 FORTUNE FEDERAL pending In the Circuit
eligible participant and to assist them toward permanent Board. The dance with the local Defendants ABOVE ESTATE AND ALLGov.rnm.nt ((904)) 964.8050Attorney SAVINGS AND Court for Bradford County. .
un.ubsidized.mploym.nt.. ning Zoning Corn- OTHER PERSONS IN. LOAN ASSOCIATION. Florida, Probate Division -
and Board will for
f ". make Planning pr.h.n.lY. Planning Act AMENDED NOTICE TERESTED IN THE ESTATE. PersonalRepresentative. PlaintiffVS the address of ,
to the .
Th. proposed Job Training Plan for the NCFSDA for the a report of 1'175oapravldedforln OFACTION. YOU ARE HEREBY which Is Bradford County
Is available for public Bradford County Commission NOTIFIED that the e EDGAR E. McREE and Courthouse,
period Jur/1. 1984 to Jun.30. 1986 who will !hear Chapter 163 of the PROPERTY 3/08 2tchg 3/15 Siorke,
review at' the County Clerk's. Office, Bradford County the at their Florida Statutes. ministration of the -..... GAYLE McREE Florida 32091. The
next
Florida during regular business request estate of ARTHUR C. DefendantsNOTICE name and addresses of
Courthouse Stark. scheduled TO: 'All Citizens. Tax. TO: ROBERT J. BATTEN
hour from 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday through Fri regularly payers and other .in. YOU ARE NOTIFIED MILLER deceased, Cos.terested UNITED STATES the personal representative

day Public comment or views concerning: the proposed .meeting L.M. Gaines, Director persons. that an action to Number 1W-17.C'. and DISTRICT COURT. OF SALE and the p.rlonal'r.pre..nta.lv.'a
Job Training Plan may be submitted in writing to Mr.Bc. Itrha 3/08 You and each of J You foreclose an on Agree- File Number 1-3527, I. MIDDLE DISTRICTOF BY CLERK attorney
A: Molsbary Chairman North Central Florida ,are hereby and herewith m.n' for Deed for the pending In the Circuit FLORIDA ore sal., forth
Prlvat. Industry Council, .10.300 ,S.W. 2nd,, Avenue. NOTICE given 'notice In accor. following d.lCrlbed pro- Court for Bradford Coun- JACKSONVILLE DIVISION NOTICE IS HEREBY below
t Gainesville. Florida 32601 on or before 9:00 p.m., March dance with Florida petty In Bradford'' Coun- ty Florida, Probate Divl I.. Court No: GIVEN pursuant to Final All Interested persons
23. 1984, Public comments and views may also be mad. 'SUSAN. M. FAULKNERhas Statutes that the' Board ty. Florida: don the addno of 82.796-GvJ-JHM Judgement of are required to. file with
'orally or submitted In writing during the public hearing. on made application to a. County Comnis. The North..Yo of the which la P.O. Box B. Foreclosure entered )in this court, WITHIN THREE

March 13, 1984. In .Lake City. the Stark. Zoning and loners of. Bradford following d..krlbed: pro- Stork.; Florida 3209'. UNITEOSTATES this case, dated ,MONTHS ,OF THE FIRST
I Itchg 3/08 Planning Board for County Florldo have perry: A parcel of land In The personal represen- OF AMERICA February 23, 1984 that I PUBLICATION OF THIS
......-... reclassification of the designated the Bradford the SW'/ of SW'4 of Sectally.. of the estate I. PlaintiffVS. will ..II'to the highestand NOTICE: ((1)). all claims
; SUMMARY OF'' property described County Zoning and Piontion U. Township 6 DOROTHY A. MILLER, best bidder for cosh. against, the estate and
,, PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS below from R2-A to RP sing Board to conduct a South Range n East, whose address I. Route JOHN RAMSEY and In the lobby of the Brad- ((2) any objection\ by an

TO THE JOB TRAINING.PLAN. South 60 Feet of lots 6 & public hearing at 01, Bradford ti County. 4, Box 1-487 Starke. SHERRY C. RAMSEY, his ford County CourthouseIn interested person to
AND 7 'of, Blk 1 of Pearce regular meeting held at Florida and going more Florida 32091.,The name wife! STARKE' BUILDERS Starke, Florida at 11 whom this notice was
NOTICE. OP PUBLIC. HEARING' Subd.. Sec. 28, Twsp. 6 7:00 ".M. In the Council particularly described a. and address of the per. SUPPLIES INC., a a.m. on the ISlh day of mailed'thot challenges
r "I i South. Rnoe.. 22 East, 237 Roam of Stark. City Hail follows: Commence a' Bona{ representative'sStark. dissolved corporation; March. 1984. the followIng the validity of the will
Notice I I. h.r.by given that the North Central Florida Monroe SI. for professional .. Florida, 011 T_ the Southwest corner of attorney ore set. forth STUMP'S DEPARTMENT described property the qualifications of the
Private Industry Council (NCFPIC) will hold a public hearing services.This day March 71. 19IW. and the SW'/ of $W'/4 of the below. STORE SOUTHERN DISCOUNT -' a* set forth In the Final personal representative,

to receive comment en the proposed modifications to change In make a recommendation afar..lCrlbed '.ectlan. All persons having COMPANY; Judgementto-wIt. venue, or jurisdiction 'Of
the Job Training Plan for the North Central Florida Service' classification'' subjectto ,,10 the Board of County township and range and claims or demands HAYNES ENTERPRISES The West One-Half of 'the court.
D.llv.ryArea (NCFSDA) for the period October 1. 1983 to a public hearing to be. 'Commissioners and the runs' thenbe5t North against the estate are INC d/b/d CAPTAIN Southwest One Quarter' ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
Jun. 30 1984. The NCFSDA I. comprised of the Countiesof held on Thursday, March Board' will consider 'on 0'03'20' East a distance required WITHIN THREE CLEAN; GULF LIFE IN. of Southeast One NOT SO FILED

Alochua, ;'Bradford. ;Columbia. Dixie. Gilchrlst 29. 1984'at' 7:30 P.M.. In Monday April 2, 19IW a. of 672.84 feet for' Point of MONTHS FROM THE SURANCE. COMPANY;; Quarter of Section 9. WILL, BE' fOREVER BAR
Hamilton, Lafayette Modisort. Suwannee. Taylor' and. the Council Room In this the Commissioners B.glnning.FrprPolntof' DATE OF. THE FIRST STARKE PRINT SHOP; Township 6 South Range RED., ,
Union, Starke City H.II'on Room of the Bradford Beginning thus"d.lCrlb'UBLICATION OF THIS and GERTRUDE :33 East Bradford County Publication of this

?': Thompson "Street, County Courthouse, .d, continue''' North NOTICE to file with the ROSEMANN, Defen *:Florida.! Containing 20 Notice has begun on
Th. public hearing on the proposed modification to the 'Starke. Florida.. At this StarkeFlorida at,10oo 0"03'20"" Ea.t.ta distance clerk of the above court dants. acres more or Us*. March 1. 1984.Personal .

Job Training Plan will be held on Tu.aday.Marh,: 13. 1934. time all person Interested ,A.M. all Ordinance of 200.00teett a point: a written statement of EXCEPTING'THEREFROM RepresentativeRETHA
at 4:30 p.m. In the Columbia County Courthouse, County, shall be heard relatI Ito: thence rant North any claim, or demand NOTICE OF SALE THE MAE WANTON
Commission Meeting Room )Lake City, Florida for i or against the;proposal ''The rezoning of the" 89"-43'39" East4ditance they .may haw. Each FOLLOWING: Beginning Route 1. Box 492

as specified In the fqllowlng described pro-. of AOO.oo f..o a point: Balm must be In writing Notice Is hereby given, at a concrete mpnumenl.'marking .,, Melrose, Florida 32666
th. proposed modifications. ta the Job Training Plan for Zoning, Code of the. City petty and amending the run thene' South and must indicate the that pursuant to a Final the SE comer of Attorney for'
the NCFDSA far the period;:.October.1. 1983 to Jun. 30. of Starke., Florida. Comprehenslve Land 0"00'20" W..t,"u dl.tanc. bads for the claim the Judgement entered on the. West Wet the SWV. personal

1984' halt been prepared pursuant l.'ubl1c law 97-300.' Wal..rW..tcott". U.. flan to provide Mat of 200 feet to. point: run name and address of the January 19 1984 by the of the SE'/ of Section 9 Representative: .
the Job,' Training Partnership" Act, (JTPA). The administrative Chairman land currently zoned OR thence Sout''" ,89"043'39" Creditor or his apent or above entitled Court in Township 6 South. Rang. Dudley jO, Hardy, P,A.
entity and grant recipient for the NCFSDA I Is Stork Zoning S. 'and dedgnatedby theWest. 0 distance of ottornsyw and the '.the above styled cause, :23: East Bradford County P.O. Drawer 1030

|tin North. en'rol Florida Regional. !. Planning Council. Planning Board 'plan oe Agricultural. be400.00: feet )!bi ralnt of amount claimed. If .the the under.lgnedUnited ,Florida; thence North Stark. Florida 3209
_. )tchg 3/0 rezoned to CI. and .Beginning. )i\y \ claim Ie not yet due, the State Marshal or any of TO West along the East Telephone f
A summary;: oftheYftopOwd'nailhwtlone"bhe'" : Job>> designated commercial, has been ftled.agaln.t': 'date when It will become his duly'' authorized line ol"the 'SW% of the ((904)964-3701)

Training Plan Is a* follows: NOTICE the property o. ROBERT 'Yes' and you are require ''du. shell. be stoted. It deputies will sell the SEtt"\ 'distance of 501 3/01 2tchg3/01t .
((1) The Job Training" Plan for the NCFSDA will be modified FLETCHER described a. to .MI. a copy'of you' the claim contingent or 'property situate In "Bred-. feet,. thence West 117.7 ..
to Include JTPA title (I. Section 124. training program In JOE W WILLIAMS has follows: _half acre of "wrltten d4rfen..lI If any unllquidated the nature ford County, .Florida" feet to en Iron pipe. Said
the Counties of Bradford Columbia Hamilton Loiay..... made application to the 'parcel 0420 In Section 18. to It on the PlalntlH' at- of the uncertainty shall described as pipe being the point of NOTICEOF
Madison. Jwwannes;;and Union for Individual 55 year i Starke Zoning and Plorm-! ,Township 7 South, Rang. torney. whose name and be .ta.ed. If the claim Is Lots 2 and 4, Block 38.' beginning of 'h.,4' 'INTENTION

of age.and older who are economically! disadvantaged Ing Boord''ot' 20 Lost, .one-half mile ; .odd....,I.' TERENCE M. secured the security John' Addition' Las per herein described: thence TO REGISTER
and/or encounter barrlef. employment. reclassiflcatlon, of the southwest Brookel'of' BROWN. ESQ.", Tomlinshall be 'dncrlbed: The plat thereof recorded InDeed continue West 209 feet to FICTITIOUS NAME
((2) The Job Training Plan for Ihe NCFSDA will be modified property d.urlb.dbelow SW 57th 5. for son A Brown, ".A., Pest claimant shell deliver Book I, Page 629 an Iron pipe* thence ,
to Include JTPA Title H-B, Summer Youth Employment and from R1C < B-3 to automotive repolr Office Drawer '.0, sufficient copies of the public' records of Bradford North 209 feet to en Iron Pursuant to. Secfion865 \ I
Training Programs, for youth aged 14 through 31, Inclusive RP. At Washington ,and bu.I...... Stark.. Florida 32091 on claim to the clerk to County. Florida. pipe; thence East 209 ,09, Florida Statutes,
economically disadvantage and/or en. MacMahon Streets; before March 23. enable the clerk to mall Section 28, Township 6,
who are You ore further given or 'feet to on icon pipe: notice i I hereby given,
counter barrier employment parcel' 3A33, In Bat 19 of NOTICe tIwat''' o' 19e., end file the one copy to each per South, Range 22 East thence South 209 feet to that the undersigned
Temples Addition Section OR' wiglnatwithtb.Clerkof I .sonalr.presatative.. Bradford County Michael Cole
'PI said '. the point of beginning. f. Roule 2-
The proposed modlf :o'lqni i to the Job Training for D; Township '* tNANCI'Iabl.. for the 'Court either before All persons interested Florida Being one ((1) ocr. more Box 915; Starke, florlda32091toi.owner.'doing
the NCFSDA for the period October f, 1983 to June 30 South. Range 33 East lorI.Ifamlly 'your Inspection lit the of. s.rvke art Plaintiffs at- in, the estate to wham' o'Ike at public; outcry to the or .less In the West had of "
1984 are available for publIC review of the County Clerk's unit. 'of tho Director of torlley ,or Immediately copy of this Notice 0'J46. highest. and best bidder .the SW7\ of the SEM of '.business, under the nom..
Office, Bradford County Courthouse, Starke Florida dur4ing ,Thl* change )in Zoning and Planning a. theraoherr ...._IM 0 ministration beenty for cash at the hour of Section 9, Township of WEATHER CRAFT
regular business hours from 8:OO a.m.\, to 8-00 p.ma; classification I I. subject: Hall. Thompson default wilt be 'ent..ed moiled are' ''requlNd, '12:00 o'clock Noon,-on' South Range 22 East. ROOFING Route 2, Bo.

Monday through FridaY Publl/ Comments: or view, corn to a public hearing to beheld Street Stake. florida.again..' you fw; the ,.11ef WITHIN THREE MONTHS April 10 1984.-at, '':the DATED this 23rd day, of 915. Starke. Florida .'
earning the proposed modification' to the, Job Training on Thursday March eYer1 tnaft demond4d In l the:coma. FROM THe DATE OP THE' Iron door entrance, of February. 1984.. 320"Int.rtda\ to) ',.,

Plan mayffcWsubmitted' f m writing Rondo to. Mr.private EiryarAcMon.Cho '' In\-< ,.29? 1.M, at 7:30 '. &. In' .havIngae n, .!"t.r..t' plaint or p.tttbn. : FIRST' PUBLICATION ,OF the, Bradford County' GILBERT S, BROWN, '.register. said fictitious! '11,
r"'an,: North Central Mss Ce.ndl Moem In the whatever. 'h\ .. WITNESS hand and'THIS NOTKE to hie any Courthouse at Stork, Clerk name under the
10.301) S.W. 'nd A_.i. GoiA the teal of @aurt on Florida. ,'' *, '
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du..ry Crwncl" City! ,, ton, mane of IIIls props obloctlons may ",. BytBeulah= Moody aforesaid statute. \
Florida' :tMOi: on or before 5:00 p.m.. March '2. 1964rPublic Thompson. Street.tfarke. ORDINANCE Should .. February 22) horn Mat challenge the Dated February, 22.' '" Deputy Clerk DATED this "thdaY f :;,
tonunants and views may ohe tMt morully or' .* flkwMa.. : At this .pear and ba heard at ....' GILlEM S. BRGWe4 validity of the decedent'. 1980&< "h''" '. 3/012tchg: 3/08 February. 1984, .
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i Jason Filcher survived nine rounds ing, "ma/e". Keginu was named second Jason is in Mrs. Lopez's: 41th grade 22 classroom winners were Shane
without missing any words to win the runn r.up. class. Mark Shuford and Tonjala Crawford, Anna RaniiMir MktMtte
Lawtey Elementary Spelling Bee Baker also represented her class In Barbour, Abram Grlffis, Joey
Tuesday, Feb. 28. Words thut Filcher spelled to win the spelling bee. Shuford Shauntel flou.tont.. Kim
Jason had to spell "flegit"" after the, bee- were colorfast bunting, Ross, De De Cox, Michelle urown,
t t runner-up Kim Brewer missed the goner, venom, bashful, intercut Anthony Wood, Jason Filcher, Mark
word, then "vagrancy" to win the quackery tightrope, fiegit, andtvagrancy4 The top three spellers from each
single elimination.'. contest., !' class,grades 4-7,were chosen by each.
classroom teacher Shuford Tonjala Baker, Leslie
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r Jason and Brewer went tour rounds '"Words that Kim spelled during'the, Pronouncer for 'the'Lt!: bee was Butler, Denise Waddell,, Tammy,.10

'.,.. after 20 of the 22 spellers were bee, ,were, ,ink, blot,, varsity Peggy Stanwlx-Hay.The three Judges Tatum, Kim Brewer,:: Michael
"" eliminated.";Reglna Wiggins niade It homestead,; peacetime, .rumored. 'were Dot Moore, Joy Goodall and Blalock, Becky Poore, and Regliu'*

Jason Pilcher Kim Brewer throe" "*.. rounds, "before..' misspell-, 'to1 jwallboa.'jr.Y'T, '" ';.and" gristmill.'" "**' '- RoberLEddins. Wiggins-,. I'I''r. <','!!, '1'/, ..' ,,."I..r', '

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seven matches under their
belts..Baker High Netters dominated /
Bradford during the Tornadoe's .
seasons opener last Fridays March! 4, (

Starke. i .. _
"The lack of match experieneetsurt \
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and not being able to win three of the _

/ four close matches attributed'to the % .'
loss says' BHS Tennis Coach JerryMcdriff. -
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Both the girl's and boy'.'teams lost

I by scores of 61. Ask them ,
On the girl's team junior Melanie :
I Wood was the only winner, taking her
match 9-7'over Luanne Hinkle.. 'What's r 'D
I The winning point on the boy's team
was a doubles win, 8-7' by Kevin.
I Johnson and Lex Sanders. New? '

I "Hopefully,we will get better as the I
season progresses," said McGriff .1
Newcomer George Levasser shouldbe Eckerd Pharmacists stock the I 1 '
able to play in an upcoming match latest In health-related products. 1
with district rival Union High Mon

day.Boy's team losses during the match AIM MINT or .
were as follows: Kevin Johns 8-1, Lex -
,Sanders 8-1, Drew Davis 8-3, Rick CLOSE-UP
i Braswell 8-0 and Paul Bawek 8-1. REGULAR PEPSI COLA DAWN or JOY
I Davis and Ken Crawford lost their "
, doubles match 8-1.. sIP LIQUID
(E COPPEI TONE TOOTHPASTE
: Single's losses for the girl's team FREE 'or
, were Cheryl Foster 8-6" Donna SUNTAN SUNSCREEN MOUNTAIN DEW DETERGENT .
Parado 8-2", Kelli Carver 0-8, LOTION ". '

Stephanie were Rhoden Foster 86.Cubbedge Doubles and Parado 8-1.matches and 8-6,Amy and lost 1 I, :LOTION:-::-' 339='"' 'AI c.8' 9 ." 1 09 Limit 2.1Jr11 2 1' 6 3 n-oz.Reg. 2.29

Carver and Wood 6-4. UllIt 2
Tuesday afternoon -match with 199 limit 2 ,
Keystone Heights was postponed due .
to rain. That match will be rescheduled limit 2 _- ) ullcjJL,JJQL
in the future.
Monday Bradford will host Union 11. BRACK'SFOILWRAPPED D-CON; WASP 11 WIRE MESH
FINESSE
then Friday will travel to take on the or C HORNET SPRAY STACK
Wildcats again. Both, matches are VIDAL SASSOON' ( '1 EXTRA STRENGTH I MARSHMALLOW/I7 CHAIR

scheduled to begin at 3:30: p.m.. SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER W PAIN RELIEF RABBITS t,, 299Taaa Re. 9.99

.1 ".,, .C' .WCAFSUUS 10 1 9 re.1.p 99 ,

.. 199 Compare to '"' '' .
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Strawberry Strollers. '* .bz: Finesse or 12-csi: =+- MAIMEMftLLOw o{ t99 ....". ,;" ,..- "'a
: To HdtRun: :;.; 4-oz. Bonus Vidal Sassoon. EGGS or 5TVP STOOLs AIunL rs
Limit 2 REVLON BROCK 15.55 COOLER
with the Bradford County
Along
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place during the week. ,,
COMPLEX VOUKCMOKI "'t
I Saturday, April 7. the Strawberry'Strollers
VASELINEINTENSIVE '
Running Club will be host UP REPAIR 10-oz, eggs,
CARE 12 ,
their first annual five mile run in CREAM oz RUBBERMAID*
Starke. SKIN LOTION N k' 'g a"s' UFT-LID ,4 12qtcooler,
14-gal. Jug a9M.
The race is to begin! and finished at, S91oo: aso WASTEBASKET 6-track leer.
of Walnut and E. s
the intersection FREEZER acouMrt
Call St. Their will be parking Limit 1 ,, T WARINGZIPLOC
facilities behind the Florida Bank. BAGS g 1 4-SPEED
There will also be a one-mile Fun 09 s' BLENDOR
, Run" starting at 8:30: a.m. then the ::1:'" rr411t. MO.M.M "
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' five miler at 9 a.m:. SUDAFED wmserrauesames.ar', '
'I'', .. Registration fee for the five mile DECONGESTANT BABY 1 BRITE PLASTIC 24.99. ;
I' run will be $5 and$1 for the fun run Mac Of 24 DER-" NO-WAX -5.00
Late registration will be $6, IICHIG.sudafede "I4-0Z. CLEANER SHOE'
II, Applications can be picked up at 99'(: BOX, 19.99 ak ,

Ii the Telegraph, Chub's Sports 19 =:::::-.:.-.:::::.:=. ?<.;. lore-1.tN mo. 1M 2 blending ranges.
Center, and the BCH Fitness Center -- Compare to '101.
and can be turned in to the Starke. Limit l' JohrSCn's) '" EASY OFF 99" GALAXY 20"3SPCED '
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Recreation Department's Old Ar- MILDEW STAIN FiOOR l' + .
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All entrants will receive a quality''' IWUTIII.oX 2..
1fI1I! !4J rvrtx ancu
T-shirt designed for the race. : BAUSCH ft LOMB 149: soon occur rt'4
..Over-all male and female winners NASAL SENSITIVE EYES 22.99 -
In the five mile races will be award.ed. SPRAY SALINE VIP PRO GIt13: '
second and third place
First
%oGZ. 1SOO PLUS THRIFT TAPE '
awards will be given\ out in the folio- 119 o SOLUTION, DRYER w I.ar 17.99 w aw
weing divisions: 10 and under, e ,12-es ,
age NvP-1s r+ am lsaa .... sr aw .
11.1415.18,19.24: 2 -29. 3o-34t' 35-39,' Compare to Afrirf. m raaiu+ 1 3 ROLLS BASF AUDIO I iA
40-44, 45-49, 50-59. and 60 and over saran orFra' CASSETTETAPES '
Awards will be given in both men's. ; 1 5,99:. 2 speed & 4 100 ,,.,,.,
and women's divisions. U iG1 ? 9 ,,,, heat levels. 5
'The race is being held in conjunction styling attach Compare, to N '
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The award ceremony will be held 49 '
around 10:30..at the Florida. Bank, PAC-MAN CHILDREN'S DIAL NORKLCO-A-UEwL, DAIWA 160X1113REEL '.. I
parking lot. MULTIVITAMINS'TABU or AMBUSH ,H RODCOMBINATION
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About Summer 1.m, a arr .
Camp
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As the weather begins to.warm up, -5.00=: ,

most klds>thoughts turn, to summer,
vacation, "

.' 'To help your,children spend sometime '
this summer'appreciating thereat .
outdoors and learning about c -_ ;i'N
conservation,you might want to look, / ,j ,
Into the two camps operated by the' f:1 '
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These rustic,back-to-nature camps '" ':1"I-"I
are located In two of the few remain .; ., tPtuans ; '
ing natural wilderness areas of the' '
state.One located at Lake Eaton In, RIVIIRA RAINBOW.IRONSTONE ;A :: ..
i the Ocala National Forest*UM other PERSONAL .'
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is at Hungryland Slough In the J.W..' DRY, FAN : .1' "
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Boys and girls 8 to 14 y mn of 9.21. 1s.ie We'l enlarge' your negative or '
age can spend a week at eldMroenap 127..1.,1' -oz. s.: .. '29 mss K app, slide in a handsome,designer ", '"
;. 189' ....1... frame.
learning about Florida's 1 nature limit 1 ..
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resources' The,week-long! : 'MMtaM,* '
AdlusOPn vertical tilt.
which begin June 17 and run through. rrr.. eTu'Hrnrswun .9T EACH ,

,August: H.cost|76 per: campers <,

At ach, will camp., be,aimed the up at rvi. U*i ctttng programs PIN DAILY to 9.SUNDAY 9 to O. sale Prlc. :"good Mwru s.t wrfM>v, MarcH 10tH.RWMT .., ,. 0'

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employees stroll across the grounds of the rapidly growing company'.near
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\I By Mark Frledlin BCT Staff Writer, The corporation now has over 350 distributorships nationwide, as homeowners. ample of consumers paying extra for utility management mistakes." Gorman
Listening to a recent series of commercials about energy put out by the electric discover what a good long term investement solar water heating can be continued. "In the rush to make the switch from oil to coal they made not one but
utilities; it's easy to draw the conclusion that solar energy is a poor stepchild, a'' "Utility bills have only gone in one direction since man began generating two big mistakes. They overestimated future demand and at the same time they.
farfetched i vision, that mar.or may not provide us a clean source of energy energy and that's up," says U.S. Solar Corp. Vice President Steve Gorman. underestimated the effects of conservation.
I sometime by the year later". "Everyone we know of who has installed solar water heating has been thanking ."As a result, the utilities in this country now have an excess power capacity
Tq the management and over 45 local workers at U.S. Solar Corporation in themselves as their neighbors pay more and more for electricity."' that has approached 30 percent in the past two years, far In excess of the IS pef
Hampton however, the future Is now. ." 'AndWhv is the solar Success story fc elaHvely>unfrntiwn?. Gorman'has'' ;"cent reserve considered appropriate," Gorman continued;''.'Here In Florida u ley .

BusiM.bcwnuc: >far*w* contract flow in daily from'MV eomer..G.tJ1oor*'"'theoryvabout'thfe ladk.ofiatorpwtioa: jiKa aftJ."mi4-iiifarnvatifto1i4PUt:; ; uXJhels Theygenerating population; growth in the ;.excess ....:.r:(
world including, countries in Asia and Middle East, for the company's solar '"tra t'Olal energy source special inter t8%art the subject."" right!: ncwiT6ttier; w> ;; thelrQoldekeigindd *noa* fa thfuCustomers '
water heater design which has become a best-seller as more home owners '"The big utilities have a vested interest in downplaying the importance solar << are paying the bill'' for people who haven't: even moved into the state a
discover the long-term savings and energy independence, that results after the energy, especially right now when'they have so,much capitol invested in new yet; ," J '
units are installed. power plants," Gorman commented. "They vastly overestimated future demand ,

The corporation is currently runnlng'two months ahead of last year's pace on right after the first oil crisis in 1974 and the consumers have been paying for it 'Please See.. ,;' :
sales, a year that was the best ever for the rapidly growing firm. Situated on ever since, despite conserving more energy in the last three of four years than. r-..': ,i:,
seven acres of land near Hampton, the corporation also has plans for expansionof anyone ever thought possible." Solar ',:if::
its .existing facilities in the. near future. "The new coal-urea! plants operating in this part of the state are'a perfect eJ pager <'.,
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:i,>; Cultural Events Hunter Education Coun... ; : ?'
will b. held In Lake Butler beginning on March S at 7 p.m. I
UCHS, Science Fair will be h.ld next: week with the winner In the County Agricultural Building/Extension Office at 580 S. '
going! to the r.glonol fair later In March. Lake Ave. The course will continue on the following three ; '4 rrt
Mondays, March 12. 19 and 26. The final test will be given on
rlgadoon.. Th. curr.nt production of th. Bradford Com Saturday March 31 The program I I. open to children and
munity Player under the sponsorship of the Woman' Club of adult Contact County Agent logon Fink ot 496.2321.rChurchesClubs .' '
Stark., will be presented! a* a dinner theatre on March 1. 2, -v- '
and 3 at the Woman'* Club building on 201 S. Walnut Street and'Organiza :
For ticket contact Miss Lillian Stump. Mrs W.H. Thomson tions iiJjtEJIii
or the Bradford Chamber of Comm.rc. to make reservation / r r

*. Tickets are at a premium 10 make your reservations
quickly.

A Welghtwatcher Club.... I I. being held In Starke on Mon
Hippodrome Film Club feature a variety of film* of a contemporary day night ot 6:30 p.m. Call Peggy Register, 1.2644155 .for
nature each Friday and Saturday night at the Hip- more Information
podrome. 25 SE 2nd Place In Gainesville M r p
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Melrose T.O.P.S.The weight reducing club meet each Tues. "1 4a V
Jude Classes ,.wlll &. held Monday and Thursday night In ,day at 9:30 a.m. at the Eliam Baptist Church I In Melrove.
the Keystone Height High School cafeteria. Junior classes '
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will *be held from 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and senior classes Singles Club.;. a singles club .I i. being formed In Macclennyfor
from.7:30 8:30 Call 473-3964 for more Inform**
p.m. p.m. ; the of
V purpose having weekly or monthly get-teg.th.rs
non.4 r and social dance held each ,
functions. A weekly I.I being on h
Friday night at the Women' Club located two block south [ ,1 .
Aerobic Classes or. being offered Monday and of the traffic light on 5th street. 'r' .
Wedne day. at 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. .and 7:30 p.m.; and on' For more Information on the club and social event.call. ''''''.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. at the Kaytone Height ;Viola Risk at 12594784. I' -' -' ''
Woman'* Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information v + 'Ih" _
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., Aerobic'Claoe'; will be offered from 5-6 p.m. Monday/ e.aY. R "Ifr .
Wednesday and Friday beginning Jan. 16 through March 9. ,, -

Clone are sponsered by the Bradford Hospital Center for s.... Concerts Something for Everyone .at the Antique Show...
Hlth.and Fltne*. Classes are free to comprehensive [
member and $2 per class or $M) for the eight week cession Last year people came from all over the area (o sell or< County F:'Fairground :, .. '
for everyone! else. Call 964-4210 to register Ye*... ,? .' it f. buy antiques at the first annual Woman's Club Antique Above! Last year one very popular booth was tkta
One'of the finest progressive rock bands from England;. ,. Show and Sale.The event was sopopularthatthey'redo-t .. one. This nurse displayed antique kerMene lams. MM. '

Aerobic desses are being offered In lake Butler on Monday 'their Ingle "Owner the of A Billboard lonely Chan Heart"for having the held three the'1'number ;\,. Ing It again. next weekend. March' ttMItt. at the BradfordWoman's she'had" reworked- for. .electricity.l, ., '* :;,: .:
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and Thursday afternoons at 4:30: p.m. In room 126 at -one pot :
'Union County High School. Also In Stork. on Tuesday at 2pm. .week. Yes will p.rform Saturday March 24 at the Jackson .J.
at St. Mark Episcopal Church. Call 964-5078 for Infor villa Civic Auditorium. Ticket ore $10.50. $11.50 "and $12.50 I ,

motion each. Call ,I-904-396-7314 i for mora information! : : *, Qub Antique Show Coining;,

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Keystone Night Rock and Roll at O'Connell Center Sunday. March 25 at The Woman's Club'of Starke'an- ed mea *Win be available throughoutthe ..aide,1IO that'ow" ataJmay'dine .
each month 7:30 First
second Tu.sday'o' at at
meet p.m. 8 p.m. Special Guest Th. Alarm. Ticket are$7 each. Call nounes their Second Annual ''Antique show. Soup and chili will top the away from,'the' hmtle-'beatle of tto ::
.. Baptist Church In Keystone.Norm 1-392-1653fot'mor.lnform.atlon. .> and Collectible Show and Sale, to beheld luncheon menu, with sandwiches and show..mi.ov / -- : .
'' on March 16, 17 and 18, at the naiads' including a diet salad plate. An t this year will I be. .
/ Florida Classical. Its
Guitar
Society rswume* monthly !
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at St. Patrick' School In Gainesville. Have an enneunc.m.ntt... Get It In to us 'by Monday at 9 Bradford County Fairgrounds, Rt. 301 The dinner entrees will vary from dayitodayl "Country : Cujpboard" ? a
; meeting Wednesday I to the performance and playing ofclassical p.m. and we can put It,In the Calender local event, church' "N. Starke.,The show will be open from each platter,will -be 'a full years worth of fJiIubtheir
The.acl.ty dedicated
work. Throe concert. ore planned for the gatherings, special speaker* or new group organizing Will 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; on Friday from 9 meal moderately priced. Meat loaf; ladies ol the Woman's
guitar the be Included on request We must ask that you keep them O. a.m. to 7 p.m on Saturday, and from Irish stew (It IS Patrick's Day*,., talents in basketry, nee.
welcome
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.,. t983-84f..,season. All guitarist are meetings.K.yet .. concise a* possible.I :+ X noon to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Admission; and a hot chicken platter are planned. ,canning and preserving.faod: .....
p. fee of For' those who desire just snack will be evident In the,111at1y'crafted
109'meet. : '1.$0 entitles the purchaser to a, a .
.... Scout at Keystone'sUnited.
.hfa Bey Troop
articles for sale
chance in a drawing for a $zoo door' side orders of cole slaw and carrot
'. '. Methodist. Church each) ,Tueadoy flight' from 7:30-9 . prize to be awarded 4 p.m.on Sunday salad will be offered,..and a "chuck Whatever you might be amy far

:. p.m. Are You rt din"rth.iJ March: 18\You need. not be presenttowiiu wagon"will feature soft drinks, hot. ,during the show' and sale """MM..'
I /ly -- ''- dogs and hamburgers. to find it .here oM .
DI.WY.etb *...i.|l the ooelatlon will hold its, ?
p', Uwtey ? Y homel'oeiled wear .
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x' monthly meeHng orlghtThordoy.: Feb. 2t) ot 7:30 p.m'ln* ; : For your sweee tooth, the tamoua, are. 4...... ,:Nw! .-
(''h)/ "" .. Each Week' in the B- eetion? ". ors have been signed Starkw' strawberry i shortcake:,, will ...... .. ,...
' I"V Stark iey'teewf Treop 70 'meet +;rom 7.* 6:30 p.m. each! .' ,, '" .' .' T for the show; they will offer antique highlight the de o>rt. menu, accom-i the praoesdr'I 'WIIJ .. ;
'I : Tuesday In the. sot hut behind the tennis court on Pratt I ,furniture'' ,, i t riinj :;and stiver, ,plate,; 'panted by homemade pies and cake! IN11man'Qttb. .tJI.

j\\ Street !In Starke, :: ';'. 'j' ,r ,I-, rt I bronzes, path yttJHui and out glass ,available ,whole. or I by the slice. A'pr..lI. their aat, eantlsavarl"m, ........''
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more productive atmosphere tor inmates
w1 ByMarkFriedlln that "nothing more important hap- to become adjusted to/ S'' i
B<;JT Staff Writer pens in the Department of Correc- Glisson said. "We have support from /
A "new era" in prison resource tions than the ,
I today pride program. the legislature, from ,the governor,
management was proclaimed by Jack Eckerd, in a press release and I'm finding out more and more
Department of Corrections Secretary with the governor stated, "This that we also have a good deal of support .. c
Louis Wainwright in ceremonies last assumption of responsibilities is a ',
from the private sector for the w ,; ,
Thursday night as a private organization very significant day in the history of reforms we have initiated. We have ; ii
assumed for In- and represents'the mod y'' i ii
responsibility our young corporation four ; : to make profits f
dustries operated by inmates in' largest addition to our company.We to motivate inmates into becoming ,1
Florida State Prison and Union Coun- expect the takeover to be com- more productive members of }
ty Correctional Institute. .pleted by the fall of 1984." society, to train them in jobs and to
"For many year we have operatedone Glisson added his thanks at the. give them skills they can take with
of the moat productive prison in- ceremonies last Thursday night. them when they re-enter society, and /v
dustries systems in the country" "I want to personally thank Mr. to assist all we can in job placementfor 4 }
Wainwright said at the conclusion of Wainwright and his staff for the ex- the newly released inmates, many'of ,
the ceremony held at the new UCI cellent support and cooperation givento whom have difficulties landing that
Pistol Range facility. "But it was a PRIDE as we begin'this historic first job after release" u t'
difficult Job because of the various program in prison industries manage- Glisson said he did not think the
agencies we had to work through and ment. We have a big job ahead of us state had done a bad job of operatingthe
the red tape we had to put up with. but I think we are on the road to a prison industries systems, but jj
Now we think the Job can be done much more efficient system here in' that a private group .could,operate tt// j
even better under private manage- this state, one that will be the envy of with less constraints and do a more. '
,ment, which will .be operating under other states,and a model for others to efficient job."ItUhe .

.fewer contraints. emulate." takeover) will require patience Ushering in a New Era... '
The private company Is Wainwright agreed, saying he at first and a period of adjust industries .
PRIDEPrison Rehabilitative In- thought other prison systems would, ment for involved," Glisson Florida Department of Corrections Secretary Louis prison Industries lor the first time the prison i
dustries and Diversified Industries) begin to form,, their own prison in- said. "We everyone believe that when this Wainwright addresses a crowd of over 150 who attended a will be managed and operated! by a private business !

and will be headed by President J. dustry systems in the near future. cess is completed, the system pro-will banquet celebrating the beginning- of. .a new phase- ..for..- PRIDE."-
Floyde Glisson. The Florida state "The new systems will save tax- operate in a more orderly manner
legislature created the non-profit payers money and will, increase the and will be able to help more .._._" _____ f
organization in 1981 and Gov. Bob productivity of the entire system" inmates." -
Graham appointed business tycoon Wainwright said. "They also will not Union Correctional Institution will
Jack Eckerd as the chairman of the have to tramp through the same old be adding the largest group of In- : t
board."I swamp of bureaucratic red tape that dustries to the PRIDE program with GATO'-
have mixed emotions about the has hampered our efforts to bring an abbatoir and meat processing
change because I know it has caused reforms to the prison industries facility, metal furniture plant license
some disruptions In the retirement system In the past. We were trying to tag plant dental lab, forest products, .
schedules of long-time prison system deal with far too many different agen- farming and gardening, beef herd, 1
employees," Wainwright said. "I cies to be truly efficient"Walnwright poultry, feed mill and concrete block Formerly Adkins Feed '
be resolvedand
think these problems can said prison industries production.Florida .
I do think that the positive already taken over by the systems in- State Prison, a maximum U.S. 301 South 964-6973 i
aspects outweigh the negatives.in the volve nine prisons,21 different opera- security facility has two industries -

new The PRIDE PRIDE program.group" will assume about tions with 1,000 100 inmates.employees supervising plant.broom manufacturing Gainesville and Road a garment Prison (Owned by Fred Mueller; Alligator Creek Ranch) "

responsibility for prison industries at The Secretary also urged the ,
operates a
three major local facilities, FSP UCI PRIDE group to become "more in-' Net revenues nursery.earned by PRIDE will 11
and the Florida Road Prison in volved" with rehabilitation programsonce reduce prison costs and serves the .
Gainesville. A total of million in the been
$12 takeover has com- goals of the Department of .Corrections -
prison Industries business will. be af- pleted.Glisson.. by reducing idleness and
fected by the change. said his group's objectivesare vide incentives for good behavior.pro- \
Revenues from the three prison to do that and to "reduce
PRIDE is
headquartered in Largo,
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$22 million for the program since it relapse back into a life of criminal ac fRMD'J
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was started by the legislature. tivities. tributed more than $200,000 in dona JI.
Gov. Graham who has proved to be "We will be taking many positive tions. Benefactors include The New,
one of the programs strongest supporters steps in the near future to reduce this York Times, St. Petersburg Times,
said in a release last week trend and replace it with a much Tampa Tribune, and Miami Herald.

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Baptist Church located ,on. preceded by a dinner provided by who will take charge the 0 .. ., '0'" ,,. ''V
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\ SR-100 least: of Keystone will r be| ; p.m. ;p "'* t It .I, Hog ) '
hosting a'Lay"Renewa Weekend- .i Saturday's activities! wut.begfii, ,at '1; 11 *;jn."afldtherviirript: ; roUniu .Ste ; .j ''YouriCompt tetJ
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through April 1. meeting in designated homes the lay people and group memberswill FEED &' SEED
throughout the community for coffee share their testimonies 1 f :' "f' & Pig Rabbit & .
It will consist of 42 hours of sharing and donuts, inviting in neighbors and The evening'service beginning at j I "
STORE
by approximately 30 lay people from friends to get acquainted with the pro- 7:15: p.m.. will serve as an evaluating Hog Finisher: Chicken Feed ,1
churches throughout Florida, God'simpact gram. time of what was derived from the;,. ,
on their lives. The people invited week-end renewal program. .t.Y
to Hope Church are chosen for At 12 noon, everyone will meet at A nursery will be provided at all; "f
their active participation in their Hope Church for lunch, followed by a times.
1 1, churches and their willingness to meeting until 2 p.m. Dinner will be Pastor of Hope Baptist Church Truck Load Fe.-tilizerSale
served the church at 6:30, with a ;
; serve. The meetings will be conducted at Rev. Eustis L. Bradley and ArnokiBrim
I; I by these "lay"people and not, meeting at 7:30 p.m. lay-coordinator of Renewal ':
;o, by a minister. Sundar.morning activities will Weekend, invites the community to $ ,

The weekend of meetings will begin begin with Sunday School programsat come out and Join in the sharing. of a, 1 Q'.1 0-10 BO9Opor'1001b3. ,1
Friday March 30, at 7:30 p.m., 10 a.m., led by the group members renewed" spirit. '
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Solar water heating is certainly nothing new. Gorman says they were seen as
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The U.S. Supreme Court recently: reaffirmed a law passed in by congress that QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I
requires utilities to actually pay consumers for excess energy they generate. and, D
feed back into the system using solar and wind powered equipment. : q. V ,

"Widespread use of solar technology would represent a significant decen- .." .j
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means'energy independence''as possible. If our sales this year so far are any Indication 'LocaHy,Owned Price IVlso Stores
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we re on the, right track. 1 I ."
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Many of the orders are coming from one of the countries in the Middle East : "
many associate with an abundance of energy Saudi Arabia The desert countryhas ,:,;-, Joie' :r"-'r.t 1 ,Sava You Money': '.

one of the largest reserves of oil known on earth and yet Saudi architects are. --. .
desiging new buildings with: solar heating equipment "

"They Ifren't stupid," Gorman says:,4They may have more oil than anyone r 0 AD GOOD.THRU MARCH 14, 1984,, :......
else but they know it won't last forever. One of their sales representatives told .
me they consider it better than money in the bank." r



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Residents at Whispering Pines Care'Center through eight week '
week session. A new session tor
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First March
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many a new lease on Church across street 8 and continuing three times a week
life thanks to a new program of Presbyterian until May 11. Classes are being held at
from the Center.
physical fitness for elders started by beIng 4 -5 p.m. and 5 p.m. .6 p.m.Call
the church p.m.
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State Prison correctional )) westbound truck driven f
officer was killed Tuesday near by Judith Alkire Moody, 34,of Starke. c
Keystone Heights when his car crossed Both vehicles were destroyed. :
.+r ;,t a center Tine and smashed into Moody was taken to Bradford '
;r another vehicle Hospital where she remains a patient
Johnnie Lee Holey, :37,of San Mateo for further observation. She suffered
died Instantly when the driver's side several lacerations, one on the
of his car was struck head-on by a forehead requiring eight stitcheeand:
'1973 Chevrolet pickup truck on two cracked ribs.
SR-i(, according to Trooper J. W. ;
r+ Joins PINEHURSTGrocery '
t ra Holcy was eastbound on the road at
12:40: p.m, when he lost control of his & Variety Store
vehicle which went off the roadway,
OPEN 7 9
according to a.m. p.m.
r witnesses. When the.
vehicle returned to the pavement It ALL
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Tuesday noon when he lost control of .. Jogging
his vehicle on SR100.LouAnn's .

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; Nugent was taken to Bradford tered'a two-inch laceration on his'
i.t j Train Crash Victim Hospital by Rescue 60 then by Stat- forehead,he was treated and releasedat ,964-7109 AH Western, '
: In Fair Condition Flight to Gainesville, said Chapman.The Bradford Hospital. Nature Sings of Jesus 10.00
RTS : !
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1 A 27-year-old Starke man is in fair dent.Damage to the engine was. listedat \
; i i p. condition in Alachua General $1,000. Local Woman InjuredIn I

.( *,; ,when Hospital he drove because' into"of the Injuries side, of suffered a train Teen Injured.in Crash Friday Accident You Can't Beat This Price Anywhere''!

February 29. A 20-year-old Starke woman' was
: Jeffery Lynn Nugent was driving Near Clay Co. Dump discharged from the hospital Wednes-
1 t.( east on Marklee Starring Road in! day following an accident March 2 : 1984 FORD
;; Starke when he hit a Seaboard Family A Keystone Heights area teenagerwas when her 1983 Ford collided with a 'EE' ,
; Systems engine, the second engine flown by helicopter Alachua parked tractor-trailer truck on 115.301'north
i I in the train, according to:Trooper B.. General Hospital early Tuesday even In Starke. RANGER
!1 A. Williams. ing after he was Injured In a one-car Terry Lynette Gaskins suffered a
{ Nugent.:went around the lowered accident on CR-214. fractured left'ankle and facial in- Offer'good,
r' t .crossing arm before the collision,said Jack Hill, 18, of Deer Springs Road juries in the accident. She was takento *
i Williams, adding the was driving a 1970 Chevrolet at about Bradford' .'
warning signal't. Hospital by Rescue 62, 5995 only until
70 south of the Clay,County ,
mph just '
[ : was working properly. ,. : according to Paramedic Bill O'Neal, ,, ,1.
I j: The impact threw Nugent from his landfill, according to Trooper Ben then was transferred to North Florida \ ,; I March 20, 1984' '
; EiCkUP.The pickup was then knocked Libby. The car went out of control on Regional where she remained until Full Interior TrimInmriC
a curve,skidded sideways and was
; > crossarm and into the ditch March 7.
; on the south ,shoulder of the road. impaled on a guard rail, Libby said. Gaskins'vehicle went into the park
j Williams pulled Nugent out a'ditch Hill suffered a compound fracture ing lane striking the 1975 Kenworth I
f ; with two feet of water in Emergen- of the left leg and a broken left arm, truck' at approximately 11:25: p.m. "
t. cy' Services Director Cliff according to Rescue75peraonnel.Hill
Chapman Damage to the truck was $2,000. :
said, was listed in fair condition March 7 bya
L. Nugent was partially paralyzed Damage to the Ford was $4,000.
... from the waist down in the accident hospital spokesperson, ..,.. Gaskins was cited for careless driving -.
but said his condition may not be permanent A passenger in the car, David Me- in the accident, according to
,Cloud, 19,' of Gator Bone Lake suf-
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Bradford County Fair is an ex volved in 4H4has. a lot ttv offer ,
f cellent place to learn more about 4-H both youth and adults in Bradford ? /
and what it has to offer,Take a look at County in leadership and skill I
the projects, pick up the 4-Hpam- building projects. For more information .
phlets and look at the hard work In- calf the 4-H Office at 1I&I-4 280, ,

ij ; volved in showing. the swine and steer. ext. 229. ,, '
-- __ 600.00 Under .Dealer CostIncludes
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". by Carolyn Redding','' .1 '"" :,*, Freight No Prep

Let's make sure our 4-H members .
will be counted 'among the 5,600 r ') irk 'JI No Add, Ons "
teenagers'and leaders participating
4 In the Citizenship Washington Focus SOUTHERN TITLE ", JUST GOOD PRICES

program this summer in, Washington, Cowboy Ron Bass .. rUSED ,

I"This" bWhat 4 H sonw I
exciting -
program '
.It'.learning by doing and, \ Barry Wlndtianis : '
CARS
it's a chance to see the political process TRUCKS USED t
e first-hand. In fact, 4-H'ers returning ; TAG TEAM MATCH : "
from1 Washington often.describe ,;. Mike, Rotundo & Mike Graham 1983 Ford Van 19 83. T-Bird $ .* -,
CWF as a "mountaintop expcrience"This {/ \ $1'1' 495
495
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",'r ', pl'OtPam'designed: for 15 to 18 Club Wagon *.. _, lj Turbo, 3,500 miles: .'. v 3 j
year-old members, is one of the most KSiarma & Mad Dog Sawyer "
WlNDfAM "
challenging and exciting experiences : 19S Chevy C-1 O $n 1983 BMW $13'' '995 l

.1;'of teenager.their .4-H:with careers a firm ty: grasp i provides on SPECIAL CHALLENGE Silverado Loaded . .,. 2P 295 Loaded ,. . . f

leadership 'and t persuasive communication ', One Man Gang 1982 Mazda
skills that, ,will stay with mrsMMtke 1983 CMC Sierra "

I,them always. .... Davis' )- 1500SWB $8.995, '626 -. 1.r.r i>;i .". ,'<.,. $6,395
members S'
I' Last year nearly5,000WI 1t\U,, ,

..,\.gram participated: ;in this 23-rear-old Jro- t 'Mar.,8 ; PLUS' ONE-MORE : eA' : UNBEATABLE PRICES I 1982 Chevy, Impala $4 9'95

CWF participants stay at the'Natlona : _
ADVANCf ,
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campus located on the outskirts of the N .
Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. \ 1982 Chevy Scotsdal '1981 Eldorada '

During one-week sessions in June,July ._ ..._ ,,_ I ,. 1 New ;I
Diesel Uke
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: K problems and possible ''solutions to miles( . Oj $11495
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real-life concerns 'related: to : 1: ,, ,Present this coupon ,at ;.r 3. like new, a steal ,-.a' ,
.' 'economics; ,energyconservation,, 1979 Bronco '
'agriculture and more:. r 1980vDatsunB210

I" i f arms Last production summer they in a debated. simulated nuclear congressional l 'S > ,NUWAVES, I | ,* i t'u $4',995' *,,, *.(, ..,t .Hft $3,295

haring.'They-acted on:'a t r 1978 Ford '.
'foR' '1978Datsun
bill calling for.the extension of allpublic I ... .,, SAVINGS, WITH' .. $3 '495' $2' 495'.Wo
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school days and they ran their t| / ,\." : B21 0 Coupe' ,
own political campaigns and elections. I I't "
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I They also toured lederal.agen'cles'atld'vislted'historicalsltes. I "i.'".!:' TammyQilhooly:i ,;'Itfl" 1 1977 CMCVgrv : $1995 ((2)) 1980 Chevy $ n RQCfcjWO'W
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from around the Upited States and fl"
,shared Jdeas: concerns'! and, friend"A -*
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4".,, kVpartof the program is learnIng I ,
what can happen as a result of get. J I '
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ting Involved and feeling the responsibility I I I wo. Mft's Haircuts, I in Florida on Used & New Cars and
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'" lesson back of leadership to their hometowns They bring where that I t I I r ..... 1S.M ..'..... New I '

\".: ';many get involved M community, affairs I I .. I ::9'I 1 1I JL rilClCS ., Available( 1984 Tempo Salesman Demo
and
: or a I, ;'other local groups,on.this Washington I I Iexpc I Mln's'Helrcutl' : A '
ence. -. I : $7' en : See Clyde. Byron,. Warney, Bill, Tom or Jim my'Today I
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The Bradford County 4-H Council Isgearing 'I '

?.. Fair with up their for preparation the Bradford of the County 1984 ''I I: ml" ;" $'3'0 00' I :; TERWILLEGAR ,

SO,4-H Fair booth.:As you ps by the 4-H I I" :-'4oJer,,! 4 t ,'. ., .. New t
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I Lawtey Burglary. Last June Solved. ?' V I!

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Two 20-year-old men were arrested to the building,roof and windows, and the building by prying a window out.
this week and charged with the removed batteries, anti-freeze and Approximately 100 cartons of cigarettes
burglary last June of Heath's Auto tools, said Denton. Investigator David were taken from Thoni's at that
Service in Lawtey. Aderholt arrested McKinley. Starke time. The burglary is still under In- h'
Ebbie Dewayne McKinley of Patrolman D. I Groves arrested vestigation and an additional arrest Is
Lawtey and Henry Wayne Hart of Hart.A expected, said Denton. Some of the
Keystone Heights were originally third Individual, Russell Mann- cartons of cigarettes have been
charged with being accessories in the ing, 34, of Lawtey, was also arrested recovered.
burglary but additional information March 5 for his part in receiving .
revealed they were in fact the stolen property from the garage. Total bond for the charges against
perpetrators, according to Investigator Manning is charged with grand theft, McKinley was set at $5,000. he was
Don Denton. according to Denton. released on his own recognizance.
Hart has additionally been charged Mannings bond was set at $10,000,
Warrants Issued by the state at- with the burglary and grand theft be was released March 6 on his own
torney charged McKinley and Hart February 16 of Thoni's north of recognizance.Total .
with burglary, grand theft and Starke.Hart alledgedly attempted entry bond for the charges against
criminal mischief. They alledgedly through the roof of that building Hart is $19,000, he remains the U'l
entered the garage causing damage doing damage and finally did enter custody of the Bradford County Jail l :
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2 Structures Lost Ford was stopped at US-301 and Vance was stopped on US-301 one ,
To Fire Pratt St. in Starke, his blood alcohol mile north of Starke. Bond was set at I Y
in StarkeThe content was .23 percent. $50, he was released on his own
Bond for the charge was set at$300, recognizance.
Starke Fire Department has he was released after a surety bond +
been busy this past week with two was posted. Robert Joseph Ferrell, 37, of St. 'L G x'1" w1M y '" 4 ,
structure fires, a brush fire and a Johns County was arrested February
minor fire in a laundromat. Eugene Franklin Norman, 21, of 22 on a warrant charging him with
March 1 the department received a Starke was arrested March 3 and driving while license suspended, according -
call to 1411 E. Market Road to a brush charged with improper tag according to Deputy Eugene Lee,
fire, upon arrival it was discovered a to Patrolman D. I, Groves. Ferrell was released after a' $100 + '1
frame building was 75 percent engulfed Norman was released after he cash bond was posted. .:I
in flames. The building which was posted a $25 cash bond. K
unoccupied was a total loss in the Carl Leslie Noles, 45, of Clay Coun-
afternoon fire. Responding were Robert G. Ward of Waldo was arrested ty was arrested February 22 and -,, _.... --
Firemen Cecil Crawford and Tom March 6 and charged with charged with driving while Intox- Hole Left by Pickup...
Rowe driving while intoxicated, accordingto iated, according to Trooper Williams. .
Early March 2 the department Trooper Langston. Noles blood alcohol content was .14 This house In east Lawtey had an unexpected visit dan, ,
responded to a call at 922 E. Brownlee Wards blood alcohol content was .20 percent, he was released after he from a I9S4 Ford pickup truck early Sunday morning An occupant 'of the,house was taken by Jordan to
St. to a wood and stucco structure. percent.Ward was released after he a posted a $300 cash bond. February 26. Bradford Hospital where he WM treated and released
Flames were breaking through the bond Jeffery L. Norman 23, was cited for failure to have Norman was also taken to the hospital where he was
$300 surety was posted.
roof on arrival but the fire was Timothy D.Harris of Starke was arrested vehicle under control when his pickup left the roadwayand treated and released, said Jordan.
brought under control within five Charles Brown of Gainesville was February 24 and charged with travelled some 420 feet before running Into the Damage to the pickup Was 19,000.' Damage to. the
minutes,according to Fireman Curtis arrested March 6 and charged with no driving while intoxiated, according to frame house on CR-225, according to Chief M. M. Jor- house was '
Crawford The building which was valid driver license, according to Trooper Williams. .
also unoccupied was a total loss. Trooper D. F. Peseta. Brown paid a Harris was stopped on CR-16 one
Fireman responding were Dewayne $55.25 fine and was released. mile east of Starke, his blood alcohol $1,500.'t
Hardee and Lott Williams.At content was .11 percent. I
7:30 p.m. March 5 the depart Bond for the charge was set at$300. '
Michael Franklin Griffin, 25, of feusitfe
of S
ment responded to a call from the Harris was released'after a surety
Baldwin arrested
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laundromat on the corner of Broad- was February bond was posted FLORIDA 0
and charged with driving while intox-
and Madison Sts A small fire
way :
was extinguished above the drier unit iated and fleeing and attempting to Melvin D. Cribbs of Hampton was THEATREStarke
elude, according to Patrolman W. E.
causing minor damage. The cause of Tillotson. arrested February 25 and charged
the fire was a possible faulty ther- with driving while intoxicated and 964-5451
Griffin 'was US-301( in
mostat. Firemen Hardee and stopped on driving while license
suspended, according -
Lawtey, his blood alcohol content
Williams responded to the call. .11 percent. was to Trooper Langston. Frl., Sat., Sun. ore
Cribbs was stopped on Crt-100 one
Lake City Man Bond for the charges was set at mile south of Starke, his blood alcohol High School -" O
$550, Griffin was released. after a cash
content was .24 percent. .. Honor Student by Day
Arrested for TheftA bond was posted. Bond for the charges was set at Hollywood Hookerby
$500, Cribbs was released after :a
45-year-old Lake City man was Manuel Placeres of Hollywood, Night
arrested March 2 after he failed to Calif was arrested February 24 and surety bond was posted.
produce advertising he sold to a charged with no valid driver license, GEL
Starke business, according to Deputy according to Trooper W. D. Langston. Give k i.rs
Eugene Lee.Matthew Placeres was released after he BIOfL ."r Vceemweccrrrafre 51J"
Jack was wanted in Bradford OFF
posted a $50 cash bond. Give Life. .
County for victimizing Skyline IlIL oronewwawxnuee '3 .
Home Center, he was charged with Steven Allen Vance of Tampa was I" ,RcTURt FMMII '
petty theft and grand theft. arrested February 24,and charged Am: + ;
Bond for the charges was set at with allowing an unauthorized personto 301 DRIVE-IN
$30,150,Jack remains in the Bradford drive, according to Trooper B. A. 1It11 HrlpWlII"tf1u1 I ''CUiToM: ,
County Jail under a hold. for Columbia Williams. .,,:.t ..., .Starke 964-.1484 ; '
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Starke man was arrested March 2 s PLUS l'tOFt ecO"'G'N' o
for a bad check charge from Union
County according to Lt. Glen Moore.Fran q 5 Hercules \ .,
Franklyn Bentley, 28. was ':\ \ : r tt o.C 'Sartkofr
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arrested March 2 and charged with '
worthless checks in Union County. LhlbtE' t5ou fl4 Of 8T1k us.-oc ,/ ttll:1wAfil !
Bond for the charge was set at $75, t
Bentley was released on his own -
recognizance as requested by Sheriff .
Whitehead. ,
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violations in Bradford County ,
during the past two weeks includedthe BRIDES
following arrests according to ; '
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local authorities. 8-7 Mon.-SJt.: "
105 Edwards"Road Food Stamps WtfcomedStarke ,
Eugene Lamar Ford, 21, of Ft; w, $'tore
Meyers was arrested March 4 and 964-8290 Wri
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charged with driving while intoxicated \ . -. ,. '
according to Patrolman Paul .. .. .
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With the use of economically "I .. .
priced area rugs, it is possible: to .' 'I Fresh Chop Fie Premium Family Pack FJa' P, ; ',
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Twenty land sale transactions durIng Allan and Eva Borror sold a parcelof Williamson for $4 100. sold just over 3 acres southeast of Philip J.Moses sold a parcel of land and Cora C. Gillette for 18000.
the past two weeks amounted to land on CR-10oA or Griffis Loop to Cal-Maine Foods, Inc., a Delaware Heilbrun Springs to Adel Starling for on New River north of Brooker to Darreff and Clara June Day ptlr
$218,255 in dollars spent for property Gust and Maxine Kallos for $15,000. Corporation sold lots ABCD of block $12,500. Florida Pest Control and ChemicalCo. chased lot 57 on Pine Avenue\ in
in Bradford County. Mark V. Olin sold an acre of land 2, Wynn's Addition in Starke to Guy John L. Bradley, Jr. and James G. for $5,000.Virginia Crystal Lake Homesites from tine
just off CR-227 to Jo Bell Stansell for Andrews and Thomas R. Andrews for';' Langley sold a parcel of land on Ep E. Lee and Coy T. Ed- estate of the late James M. Schwart-
Bobby and Elsie Virginia Bennett $6,355. $10,()()(). person Street in Starke to Thomas P., wards sold parcel of land on SR-lain zwalder for 15000. :.
sold 2'/4 acres of land on CR-125 In Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnayand Cecil M. and Doris G, Franklin sold' Jr. and Mary F. Gross for $2,200. Brooker to William Lawrence and
Lawtey to George Phil and Ruby J. Brooks Brown sold,parcel of lob 9 and 10 of block 16, Keystone Edna Mathis sold a parcel of landon Diedra Ann Williamson for $27,000. Tom and Margaret Pierce sold'parcel a .",
Carlene Eunice for $7,300V,:,. land in lot 16 of Geneva Woods to John Club Estates unit 1 to Ruth A. Carrollfor Thomas $t. in Starke to Christine Florida National Bank sold an acre of land in Reno to Alphonso
R. and Barbara A. Tubbs for $13.750. $6,400. Knight for$12,000. of land on Baylqss Highway to and Alma Jenkins for $3,200. .
Frances and Cecil. R Whitehead" Erwin D. Williamson sold parcel Ruth Lee sold Just under an acre.. Richard H. and Anna M. Thomas W. Manning for $13,500.R. Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnayand ;i
sold| a parcel 01 land on US-301 in of land adjacent to the Georgia southeast of Starke to Richard A.Lee Castleberry sold 6Vi acres just southof V. and Beverly Durrance sold a J. Brooks Brown sold lot 42->of "
Lawtey to Michael |1,.. and Teresa .J. Southern and Florida Railroad In for 1200. I. PI./. Lawtey to VanzeJl and Nol McCoy quarter-acre in block 5 of J. M. Johns Keystone Oaks subdivision to RobertJ.
Oglesby for $15,000,; : 'Sta" e to Charles' G... and Bessie !M-. 'James V. and ErmA MBradford 1Tndarh11I. ."',irb.& for $l ,COQ.! Subdivision ,in Starke to James W. Sabo Jr. for $3.050. .
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answered 62'cal .dur1lng' the month of Chapman. false''alarms, one call was to a struc-, It
February, transporting',,18 patients. Tie,majority of the calls 12, were tual fire and two calls were to assist i
Seventeen calls required no transpor to 'maple.with some type of illness.ftefls Rescue 75. Three calls were obstretic,, .
ting. ._ / | were. to patients in trauma pa lents and two calls were cancelled/. t
and"eight were trauma related to
34 patients were taken to Bradford automobile accidents. Three calls Woodrow Griffis recently cone'
Hospital two were taken to North were to patients with respiratory pro- structed a fiberglass container to
Florida Regional, three to Alachua blems. house the new Hurst Tool (Jaws or
General Hospital, two to.Stands Two people were dead when the Life), said Chapman.. The containeris
three to VA and one to the Receptionand rescue unit arrived. One call was to waterproof which will preserve and
Medical Center. an overdose victim, one was to a gun protect the tool,, said Chapman, who
Three patients were transported by shot wound victim and one call was to expressed his appreciation.The I I,7a
the back-up unit and one patient was a stabbing victim. Two calls were number for Rescue Services is ; )
transported by Stat-Flight. according alcohol related and two calls were for .. 96-6161 for, Bradford. residences.yr- "- **..

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.. FOR RENT NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALEKIPETONE
HELP WANTED
PERSONAL I
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b*submitted BINGO..AMERICAN LEGION SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC
HaIGltTS
GOVERNMENT JOBS $16.559- DORMAN WELL REALTY REALTOR to the lake Region Monitor office HALL.Sr.21 Saturday, 7 p.m.:. and pipes and fitting Water softeners.
$50,553/yar Now Hiring. Your Area. Package deal, Rental Available In writing and paid In advance Sunday, 2.$ p.m. Public Invited. 1/3 Bryan. Ace Hardware. Keystone Hgts.,
Call Property .
1805687.6000 Ext. R-1136. 4-pd pump, new COMMERCIALS On unless credit I'I already establishedwith tfnchg. 473.40061/5 tfnehg
HWY 21 In
216.39EXCELLENT field this office, Closed Aero from Commercial Clr-
tank, drain ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. PACK RAT
INCOMI For part time horn Mobil home poles ., 3BR VACANT, IBoth home $400/mo Off MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD' meeting Monday B p.m. Open .; cle on HWY 21N. Open W.d. throughmeetings
: assembly work. For Info. call guaranteed call PROPERTY RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m. BUY. SELL. TRADE.

504641.8003 Ext. 8401. ,,1-pd 3/8 2752151. UFN 9/1 ..26. For,and more latchstring Info callaiKEYSTONE ; :Road. In CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER day B p.m. AU meeting at Educational Coll 473.2183.1/19 tfnchg .
GOVERNMENT JOBS- Thousands ofvocancl. PUPPIES 6
THE TELEPHONE. COLL*
CUSTOM MADE HEIGHTS REALTY Building Community Church 4733790or AKC REGISTERED
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.* mutt b. filled Immediately. Spread call 496-2219 Realtor,473-4961 Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon 4752130. 1/3 tfnchg week old. Pet and Show quality. Trls.
$17.634 to 330.112. Call 7)6-842-6000. FREE Estimate, S prior to Thursday publication.: OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No due, noble. and blu*.. Call 473-7913. '
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Ext. 35625.318.152-pd UFN 929NETTLES I Minimum charge 1 i. IS word for$2.7S, lees or weigh In*. Open meeting 2/23-3/B Stchg '.
JOBS OVERSEAS Big money fit $20.000 TREE SERVICE then 10 for each Church '
BIO LAKE BROOKLYN! 2BR 'cpltage. cents word thereafter. Tuosay', 7:30 p.m. Community I
to I'OOOO plus p.r year Call pruning. Also Educational Building KeystoneFIOUSES FOR SALE,
Call 473-3334
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1-216-J-3000 Ex*. 2703S. 2 pd 3/8-13 ,
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for sale. Call Thomas PERSONAL SERVICES Height. 473.2790.1/5 tfnchg
MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOMEI B.Flood.d tfnchg
ufn 1222EXE.CISI Jan. 2
with offer Imm.diot.lylDetails. ) AT BUSY CORNER facing Flame BINGO Monday night beginning JUST REDUCED--MUST SEBl 2BR 2Bath
FOR **
Rush ttomped addr...*d Thursday evenings St but can b* seen from SR-100 WILL BABVSIT IN MY HOMEs Infant and from American 7-10 p.m. Percentage *gam HWY two year old house Crystal I lake on
legion
envelope. P and P Enterprise, D.pt. SR-21 Intersection Prim. location. newborn ONLY. and I Vs ocr.*. Kitchen living room dining
School Room 136 : : Day, night, 21 N.'of Keystone 12/29 Hneha elf I.
E.6, 713 Hyman Street Wllllamston $2.00 per clot*. Mr. 4733411.15 tfnchg weekend Reasonable rates. Call room Maintenance fre--iirgV
3/8-13 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOUSE On cient. Many many extra, $79,500
N.C.
278912-pd Instructor Call for 473-7526 between 8.5.3/I tfnchg
Geneva. Fenced yard with utility CARPENTRY YARD SALE Call Jax. 1-723-4813 evenings orweekends
AND MASONRY WORK
.496-2787. I-chg CH/AC. Available Feb. 15. : for appt. 3/$.I 5 2tchg
FOR RENT Building patio, addition, remodeling
/ and damage deposit $423. home and tile work. Free estimates. KEYSTONE HGTS. TOPS '39//: Annual 3BR.2Bath HOUSE CH/Attlctan.carpetlarge .

FOR, Patty Shackleford 1-268-6493 or Phone 473-4473. before 5 ; 1/3 garage sole. Sat., Mar. 10 from 9-2 fenced backyard out building,
p.m
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 2/2 tfnchg fii,' tfnchg. next to Reed's Auto Part building. garden plot shade tree*. On hard surface -

RENT Union County Tim.*. 150 Two-way Motorola UNFURNISHED HOUSE ON[TWIN CARPENTER WORKS Remodeling work DON'T MISS IT. 3/1.. 2tchg road. Convenient to churches
Main Street Lak. Butl.r. Phon. lector $20. Two SR-100 east of Keytone. Call kitchen cabinet and trim PRI-SATs 85. Keystone Oak Subdivtschools and hopping center. .73.3662

496.2261 lor Inlormatlon TFN 10/1 $5. 72 Mercury $220. 3/1-8.2tchg .:';!, Reasonable price Call 473-2477 carpentry.after scan HWY 100 west Keystone. Watch after.,' 2 p.m.. 3/8 Itpd
Mobil. Ham 3 BDRM. mobil. horn. $100 10.000 gallon 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg for signs at JR Food Store. 3/8 Itpd ...- -

Phono 496-2020 oftr 6.00 o.m. 2-chg rigation pipe wagon WANTED & CARPET AND VINYLt repair dud In.stallatlons. .BAKED GOODS AND.. YARD SALES Saturday LAND FOR SALE
3 BDRM. HOME IN LAKE BUTLER Phon. cow w/alf $350. / Free estimates Ten year from 8 till Located In Keystone >>

4963956. I-chg 3/8 WHIRLPOOL !- Old costume jewelry, experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for State Bank parking lot. Sponsored by HALL LAKE LOT. Skiing size lake Nice

MOBILE HOME Big Yard. Private Entrance avocado $100. Phone .. goods, china furniture,. Craig. 1/3 tfnchg Keystone School Cafeteria. 3/8 Itchg subdivision. 22000. $5.000 down and

3 BDRM. 2 lull bath, No Dogt.Phono SURPLUS Couch $ Item. PACK RAT. DAYCAREi. In my home. Close to balance at 9 percent Interest..
496-2042. 1-chg 3/8 Chair $20.00 each. .. from Commercial Circle on Keystone Schools. Call 4737529. 3/8 CARS. TRUCKS 1264060522.23 4tchg ,

Mobil. Home For Rout 3 BDRM. 2 BH. $40.00 Oil Drum 21 N. Op.n 9.6 Wed. through Sat. Itchg & BOATS LOT FOR SAL BY OWNER Keystone
central heat/air furnished: nlco loca Ray Powell 4963377. 1/19 tfnchg. ,/ HANDYMAN All/ kind of home repairs, Club Estates 473.3426.223.31.2tchg
tion. Call 96-3018. 1 -chg 3/8 HOUSE 3 BDRM 3 BH mobllehome repair, and fix-up need 20 ACRES FOREST HIlLSl $34000. 3
TRAILER FOR RENT 2 BDRM trailer fur. with central / LOST/FOUND ,. No job too mall. Minor plumbing 1971 CHEVROLET BLAZER 4 wheel drive. mile south of Keystone'' off )i R.100.
niched Powell, 496-3377. ufn 3/8 large workshop on repair Cleaning cervlc light haul. Call 473-2859 after 5 p.m. 3/8 tfnchg Writ Harrod. 6830 Bright Av*., Cocoa.

Breaker. Owner LOST. small trkolored-female Ing. Coll Jim 473.3671 day or evening. 1972 FORD STATIONWAGONl$293. Maybe Fl., 32927. 3/1-15 3tpd

FOR LEASE 1-4S3-1284 for terms .. Vicinity of Goldheod' State LAWN WORK Will do any or all-mow, keen on Little Lake Geneva Road .

Double Bed Spring and Gatorbon Lak. Answers to rake. edge trim, fertilize. Reasonableand 3/8 Itpd
TOBACCO ALLOTMENT S.W. 6th St. call dependable Will In
anywhere
Union County. 4733387. 3/811pd go/
.'15 ocr. 1.430 pd. 570 E 4th St.: Adult Bicycle ; this vicinity Early retiree 4732568. MOBILE HOMES

Chuluoto, FI_1.305365., 5075. 1-pd Studio Couch 280 HELP WANTED : 3/l-224tpd
96-2613.I-pd ,(- NO MONEY DOWN Build or help build FOR SALE SubscribeLAKE !
REAL ESTATE 1979 DODGE your own home on your lot. Below

Cond. call alter 5: WANTED One hair. market Construction financing. NEW MOBILEHOMEt Wooded area. 2BR .

LOOKING FOE A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY Term negotiable. 1 : ..., with some following. ,but not Pathway. 1-771-4303 Jacksonville, col IV*Bath. CH/AIR Deluxe. Spacious REGION.MONITOR
? If I don't have it. !'II/lnd/ it -Just BRICK HOUSE 2 ... and the second with lect. 3/8-29 4todPROFESSIONAL tenor Many extras Lake access.
ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. heat/air fireplace rental experience. 473-7944. Wed. LAWN SE.'CES.'Qualltv'work' 24000. Owner will finance Liberal Keystone Heights:
small
496-2126 or 496-2903. .v... "Your patio Sat. 311.IS 3tchg guaranteed. Free estimates. term. Call for details, 4733671. 3/8 Call Doris 473-2210
Union County Rea/for."" 8/04 tfn Call 431.1851 for Faith Presbyterian Commercial-Residential.. 475-2197 .Itchg

WASHER, $125, Dryer; : Hour 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Monday evenings. 3/01 4lchg 322MAJOR .
INSURANCE $150: bedroom Friday. Good salary fringe

$150; electric stove, ; *. Coll 475.1721.3/8.13 2tchg 4 MINOR REPAIRW00D PORCH'' DECKS + ./ -
double bed. .$60, .' EXPERIENCED OFFICE CUSTOM WORK ft CYPRESS FENCES ,
4 MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. $125; chest of 9645764'K; for professional practice COMPLETE REBUIUMNd I ''t ... ( a

Lake Avenue, Lak. Butlor 496.3978. executive desk $ ; ... *Hgts./ Excellent salary and fro .R & J Builders you
t Complete Insurance Service. TEN. $65; portable color benefits. Send resume to: Office -, 0

.-....... Providence. Itpd / P. O. Box 1177 Keystone I :" 393-8 N. T.mpl.Ave. Stark. '

*., Fl., 32656 3/8 Itchg KENT'S MOBILE HOME SERVICE All Type of Work '"'

RENTAL "No Job Too Small So' Give Us A Call"' ePlumblng Electric .

Ceramic Tile Service Galls
'" *Vanities 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE? ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1"e.

: OFFICE SHOP Cabinet ServiceWalls .SPECIpI., '/2
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QAd-1\11\ .. Repair New Work 964-4697
Work and Re Grout BOX 232 PHONE
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Two axle and four
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I, I ,. .. '0''I" fact today( .coil (312)) 742-1142 ext. Hight price' paid. Grn' Welding
1J. 609./024''d .'.11: f..rNf''J: '" -5tiop; 301 SoutfrcStarkel. f&.94$04-5007.
.. LAND FOR..SALE? oJ. HELP. WANTED;; .(' ,BY OWNER 19trKX, <7MAZOAf 6900. 1/03 tfnchg C. ,l; bqr "t18 L:
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1 AC LOTS facing' Pleasant Grove CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income potential. Ca22"964-709. "Mobil."Ham* 'Sot..f'Colif'964.5606..

FEED STORE / 3995. $400 down $70 a month. All occupation.. For Information 1978 CONCORD Dl WAGONt Automatic 10/13 HnFEMALE '
964.5606.9/15 tfn .' tai.(312)) 742.8620 ext. 362. 2/23 4tpd air AM/FM .tereo'recllning seats looking for existing householdto
I 3/15 luggage rack, $1843. 333-2302 or share % expenses with. Male or
SR-227-Brooker
LOTS .
1 ACRE on
Middleburg j jI i 2995. $300 down $55 a month. MUSICIANS NEEDEDi New road show 9644487.. Itchg 3/08 female. 964-4639, Itchg 3/08

I 'H; I 69/iS tfn forming steel boss, lead drum, fiddle 1971 PONTIAC SUNBIRDs,Call 964-7348

.! ACRE LOT Facing Forsyth Rd. extensive travel-good equipment after 6:00 p.m. Itpd 3/08 '. 'FOR SALE
'"' 10-10-10 .$154'tonj $400 down and $70 month. a must no tI... Send resume to Chuck 1975 FORD COURIER TRUCK Run good,

j ,100 lb. Steer Fat. . . _870 1/12 tfn Rich. P.O. Box 335. Stark, Florida look good good tire. 24-28 mpg. NEW GARAGE.WORKSHOP'I2.ro.:: big
32091 (Photo If possible). 3/01 4tchg
$1095CASH. Phone473-4308. 3/08
sale 3 BR, 2 ttpel
Feed. . .9" SPECIAL For
I 100 Lbd. 12% Horse M/H on one acre In city of Stark 3/22 1976 GMC TRUCK Long wheelbase, window, ,big door, fluorescent
lighting workbench solid wood con
SELF MOTIVATED Interested In being
063 location. Close In. $10.500 FIRM. V8. automatic transmission $1500.
290. structed. $1.495. Will deliver. 2847777.
i 1-824-1317 or 1-372-2740.: Keep try. your own boss? Am looking for a certain 964.8503.3/08 2tpd 3/15
2/09 tfn '. type person In Stark area that I I. 1974. VW BUGs Excellent physical l and 2/23 4tchg 31J)5
A Farmall! with
TRACTOR Super equip.
will In business. NO INVESTMeNT.
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Good land.3 mile N. of put running Condition. Call 964-3743. asklor
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$2400. .. 301 A CR-233 (Morgan,Rd.. ) 8 a.m. tll 11 p.m. 468-2908.! Itchg 3/08 ,, Dana or 473-2796. evening' ', litho 2/23 ment.4tpd :IllS Cal.I16 p =4
WANTED Experienced Mobil Horn
3/08' 782.311
tfn
2/23 | SALESi ?
BRADFORD UMEROCK
TRAIl on Lake Sampson, lot Repairman with own tool to do war 77 PLYMOUTH $350. 964-7184.. Itpd '
2/23 tfn _
lawtey. ,
sole by owner. Below market value runty service work. Mon. Fri. Salary 30871CHEVETTEs
USED GALVANIZED TINT 24"x324"x7'
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plus mileage. Apply In person. OllnsMH GOod'clit $1500 ,
i quick sale. Call 473.3946 or >
24"x9. 24"xlO, 24"xll' Good condi-
Sales. Hwv.loo. Starke FI. Itchg '
329MOTORCYCLES 61 CHEVROLET PICKUPton, $650.
22 3/08 4tchg
'r. tion. 7823172. 2/23 tfn
;, 3/08 : Call 9644999. Itpd 3/08. .
.' HAIRSTYLIST 4 TRAINEE Immediate '73 FORD LTD STATION WAGONS Interior CALVES From two week to 6 week

openings. Call) NuWaves, 964-84311 excellent. Needs.only'minor repair '.old. Holstein halters and bulls, opproImately .' '
or 3/08 2tchg 3/15 First $550. Phone 964-7927. Itpd 3/08, '20 head to choose from. F",.' 1
more Information call 468-2332 or J.D. ,
FABRIC CUTTERs Experienced In production
HONDA SSOi Adult Low
owner. Eunice, 964.8230. 3/01 tfn .. I
.. $750. 9648640. 11/17 tfn cutting for a new sewing factory ;LOST/FOUND ;
FIREWOOD %, PRICE SALE $5.00
1-1 900 KAWASAKI See to, located In Jacksonville "Lyric Choir JMilItiI ipuy I
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.. $2000. Call 9645289. 2/16 tfn Gowns Call ((904) 725-7991 between LOSTII I Brown evening pure In Bobby! Scrap firewood oak or pin. Sunn"3 i
$3,000 Price Reduction FS SO Only 600 miles. First$323. 9:30 and 3:30. 3/08 2tchg 3/15 Bigg' Laundromat, Sunday,, March ,4,. shin Industries Sr 16 W. We load tcob :
POWER SYSTEM between 12; Pleas return Important 'you between, 9:30 o.m. and 2 30 p.rail** ;
On this 3 BR, /> Bath concrete block Itpd 3/08 J,.: P-m. Mon.-Fri. 964.7699.3/01 2tcHg 3/Ofti,
COORDINATORiTchnlcal work Involv- papers. Call 964-4762. No fju '
900 HONDA Custom drive ihaft,
I home with central heat and air. carpet, REGISTERED BRAHMAZINI BULLt. Jom.. i
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"79 GS 750 Suzuki $893} .'82 Ing Power System control operation In question asked or moll to 61 Spence "
fenced backyard, and other extra ; : $345. Curl.* Cycles, 301 South. the City of stark. energy control Stet Stork.. Itpd 308COMMERCIAL Gaskln. 964.8356..3/01 tfn CARTiM-i._
ONI 10 CU. FT.METAL DUMP .
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Owner anxious to sell.!! Call today I I Itchg 3/08 center. Will work on a rotating shift PROPERTY. ,.
I basis. High school graduate with live ; ft. alum step (loddev10' electric chafn( !

I year experience with an electric utility RENT ILEASE saw; wheelbarrow.9647627., mile!*.;?!
SUSAN M. FAULKNER.REALTOR HELP WANTED, ,, knowledge. of the relationship of east of Stark..on Hwy., 1 6. !
I ((904))964-5063 ((904)) 533.2901 power dispatching function supplemented .r. UTILITY TRAILER '$175.
f Tiffin Owens, Inc. REALTOR STATE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS by course In electricity: or FOR LEM. with option to purchase two- 9(,4.6974. 3/08 2tchg 3/13 .

221 W. Lafayette Sr. Stark., Fl 32091 '. .. Call 1-(419)( ) 369-8304 for In. any equivalent combination of education story buldlne.! .,NW corner of' Coil) *> NBVIR PAINT AGAIN AND IAVI.eo<
.51_fo. 24 hre. 3/06 3tpd 3/22 and ,experience. Send ,,resume Thompson street '(formerly Stump' II ENERGY: Cover your home with
before April 1* 1994.. to City of Slarke. Department Star). Ch/d W. Simpson, aluminum 'and vinyl' siding Also y
Attn:' W.M. Weldon. P.O.. Drawer'C. 1119 Barnett Bank Bldg-,.Jacksonville.;' overhang and custom'" trlmmlnfA

Stork, Fl 32091. 3/08 2teha 3/15 ..H Fl: 32202. 3108 4tchgVZ1," / Special rats, $2.80 per lineal foot or
II "soffit up to 24 In. overhang. Call.today.

m JANES.'USHERREALTORS 'SISTER''SO PIllE 'l I Shop ft. Compare!! THREE and save.HORSES-964.Two 8816.mare l pd 3/08, one colt;.\1 .

SPIRITUAL Special Insurance<< lot po mos'473-3
Mobile Home Park ,. .,CHICKEN HOUSE Good lumber and ill'u t
Your Union County Realtor Pal mist Reader AdviserON nAil types : of >galvanized tin 18" long. 9646328Itchg ? -%)

All P8JOWLIMS OP LIFE homeowners policlw.for 3/08
TVs $99 and up..Nex
COLOR to Stark.
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496-2126 or 496-2903 BUSMXMMTffl. i ss For Furtherftteaftli : 'mobile homes:, Truck Stop,south of Stark. 964.821

; IJI I J' 08 I *, Cafltor.Qute +. f 1244 Hn: '. _. -eat

360 W.st Main St. Lake Butler : 't" OIln'sMobBieHorn : SAElllSr For. pet*.oa meat. I.o-'FI!!'
.. ; rJ (904)) 6 ml. 301 South..468-1915. tfn! '
782-32N92 : COMPOUNDsOW; ;
Bear.llu.IOoanIw.t!
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REAOHWS ALL ARE WELCOMED : draw.: Excellent condition.
ALL ,TYI'E$; OF, Sow ,$?5tPhon
Jal cOUPon Palm Reading ,Ellline M. DEn Ag RM !" 782.3660.2/09 tfn '* ,,
$2.00
; \ SMALL ACRE TRACTS......., Spec jMOsmS HOMS SUPniKi ,Window '.*
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'-I'/i -3 Acre tracts .BwM. SMI Hid' LmKy. -M-Nay .301 -/M, ;. 984.: _; 'doors'plumbing! .and elec. 'supplies

5.10 Acr. tract located off SR 100. Owner finance, easy i.rm. Several. sites still,. .available.' I else '''''rnltur.. .BARGAIN CENTERS
-3 Acr*'tracts on SR 18. Owner financing. .''u, "I; ,\ a, .x..w tar era- Ma ear sea xra_rr ew w d sse cal ea r.sas sM sea.rte .at_rse 4tM _ieer 'mil Saultof Stark. 3/01 tfn Air .

I Acre SR > '. :, r RI E ., I TRAVEL TltAILM$1.150) Boat
I -3 'tracts 239, Owner Financing. ) trolley
f 10.20 Acres between Lake Butler and Gainesville.( Owner financing, port. wooded.. ?. .' ..,' ;. I ,Handi 'House'.table. 'i. 1 $140; uHUty.trailer. $110 or best off**,
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1 LARGE, ACRE TRACTS.... \i. "V 41f.t :,- 94-4464.. 3/01 3tpd 3/08 /.

f 180 Acre farm on SR 237. % mil* river frontage and 3.000 ft..rood frontage. Waod.-cropland.hay. located ont | I. *r Ace

t, beautiful country 'road. Great hunting. I{ "*(t 'II (ri ,,' I ] 'o. Buildings ; :.Rooms ',
make beautiful. horse. farm
Ideal'location for dev.lop..nt/Would ;:
i 350 Acres. Pasture and planted pine .. I I .
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-)JOO:Acre farm house barn, fenced Crock-fenced 4 and pond. All posture. Owner financed. *%1"* $ (,o-4.) & '

.t ..' HOMES......... ".'", ,'"? 2' ., 9..',rjjftys-' ,, : USE'FOR. GAltAGE.SHOf\ *, )sea. IldinR1t J"I ,,' ,:. ,.. ..to' : ,:JfEn(4( .,.

." -.autlfullarg. ham on on. acre with pool. Priced right' MUST SEE Very roomy -Ideal for, entertaining., EXJ J 'S, +OFfICNOR9 tlugphftskom(, ; .

', ECUTIVS! TYPE HOME. Call 'for appointment to see. : -2 Overhead light i 0..i ,. ? .' J'i 'MU.
: r -2 Bedroom CB home l Near hospital:C.nt, HI A-; carp.r dishwasw.r''with' extra' lot available, I A; eg Wall ftc f toce! 1).1"." ':il k.
oj available In lake Butler Colt lor appol"tm.ntto .**$.,, -. ,; ': I' i ) ,
House
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/ I erne Yr. Corrosion vjarr3' .; R .t
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at building for 'V ; i : f9r.1Jv
home with addlNc from hobbyshod The NIj
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Inside and ; 3 BedroomJ1 \o bath .
: Newly decorated out 8f ocr. Alum ,Window* '.
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'. or horn. business W/W earp <; wallpaper, buck'' MOV*, !"dishwasher Priced, to,sell, Best.I buy>> .,'In {own,, May j jassume I 1k J '!wtpjjlrnrAluaWnum, .'w IJi .JI ;' T"K., :' 1;' '.
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.:' :: Available In town. ,. Suirke. Po t Offipe i :

}, y, ,*WANTED....... r "Off. ** Cycto C ftC Mini-Stora. .,\ ; : '' ...!' .. .. ; .. i., .

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1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should 'be tub- BABYSITTtNOl Will watch children In my MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE[ HOME ,AI C. NEAR TOWN 2 Bedroom' house. FR, LR. Statistic :
1 mltt.d to tho Bradford County home. 429/week. Call' after :3 p.m., Mobile hornet and space.. far rent klichan-dlnnt.. 1 bath. Sop gar $230 41,000 Chimney Fir.. Losmonth.
Telegraph oHlc. In writing and paid In 964..264.2/1. 4tpd 3/08 i Recreational vehicle _Icom.. Phone' 964-7910; 3/08 tfn. y..". $9 million damage to JulnttJj
advanc. un!..*. credit It already'established MACHDM QUILTING.,Crib to king d'.. 468.2912.16 tin 1J.45 FURNISHED.' MOSRT HOME en homeowner Don't 1 let this (
i with this office. Betty,Hlldebrand, 9648122. 2/16 $spd'ROOFING MOBILE ,HOMES 'FOR' RENTi One mite GrIHI. Loop. S175 me., $IGO' dep: p.pp.atey'euI+ ..,*... !
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT M. 4/09 1 from Stark. city limit.. Clean, Hwy. 16 964-8704 after 4:30 or all day Saturday Cal)4-U7B : REALT'6.
HELD RESPONSIBLE POR MUTAMU IN WOtKi' Experienced roofer. W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. and Sunday. llchg 3/08 ,I AM HI 9 PM
I CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD .G TAKEN OVER Free estimate*, No (lab too .mall. Call CLEAN MOBIL' HOMES for rent. On S BR, ] BA HOUSE W/.W carpet, family Ms..y.SeturJ.yroom
THE TELEPHONE.Classified 783-3762. letter, Austin. 2/16 4tchg I Hwy.. 16 W. Close to .prison. Call custom kitchen w/bulll-ln. .,on k.nihl' t
d.adlln. U TUESDAY 9/08 4681323. 10/07 tfn. microwave. double garoge, Chimney SWo. PHONE 964.7116'TEW
'NOON prior to Thursday publication.\ .EXPERIENCED PAINTERr Neat work. In. STUDIO APARTMENT Wkly, monthly breeiewoy/oHlce.: f.nc.dyard In IEC 3':2' Temple; m
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I .Minimum charge I*IS word.for 42.73 tenor or .xt.rlor. Free ."Imat... irate.. Palm. Apartment,2314 N.Tern- "'city limit. ''Starke. $400 month. Call 1 L, '. "
then 10 cent for ooch word tho efts.. Reasonable rate, with "good 'pie AVe. 7/28 tfn- '-1-7S3-S259 for appointment. Itpd 3/08 1 lnMMWEM ..
references, Call ....5.77. 1/05 tfn SPACIOUS. 3 Bit 2 BA home with CH/A. ,'\,TRAILER Between T"tro..ncI Hamp Subscribe Today f PREFERRED Pet EmU.
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YARD SALE SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED] All East Coll St. Lots'of storage. No pet. fan. Couple only Call 468O980 after .
make cleaned oiled and aduted.| Call 964.5827, 11/03 tfn. "i: ,.m.'Jlpd3/08'' ..BRADFORDCOVNT PRICE REDUCTION,, FROM .$.,..*. t..
$15. Work guaranteed. Jama.' NICE ROOM with private bath. 9646035. I 'i': ( TELEGRAPH I, $4S,000-BeautP 2'BR, t'A BA, CH/A. On 3 dean
BABY SID. MATERNITY CLOTHESl Strickland, earner Morgan Rd. and )112/22 tin '' } ,BUSINESS 3646303.SATELLITE acre, Assume ...... $15,000 at 7% DM*!.d$269.92.:
Woman', man and' girl clothe. Hwy.'16. Starke. 12/29 Hn TWO BEDROOM DOWNSTAIRS APT; ';\ OPPORTUNITIES Owner offer fin.'on balance.e47 .
book and miscellaneous Horn*. Saturday PICTURE FRAMESi Custom and ready '$193/mo. $150 security dopo.lt.Pheno ','b : ACRES A PECAN TREES-AnHaij. brink J.... 2BA
March 108001200.: : Torn on dirt' 'node at CREATIVE.COTTAGE 3 mile 964-4228' after 6 p.m. 1/26 tfn'' tit t'jj<:' Nettles ..CH/A. $120.000.

rood by Textile Town,2nd. devMawlda :OMth of Stark on Hwy. 301. Phone ,LARGE UNFU.NISHED'up.Iai;'opart'ment. i\ ANTENNAi Dealerships TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITIiChermhtg. nearly new.
pas railroad Crock,Itpd 3/0 .- 9$4.611.. Satisfaction guaranteed, Downtown Starke. Phone 'i-...av.llobl.i'Nm'' expwlence ,required. Tree brick 3 OH, 2 BA home an I% As near C:..ahy Clb.
SATURDAY.MAtCH I*From.9:00.4:00.' ;: "1/lt tfnMPENOARU ,964.7271.2/02 tinSPACIOUS Dealer cost for complete unit a* low a. \ Great Fern. Rm.,fireplace fan,scru'd pomp,total

OH Rd. 16 W. ono block behind CHILD CAREi Two responibta 4 BH. 2 BA HOMSi Mas. "I3V7. .otolI11395...Call) Day or Might.. Service. ... 1BW .....eeI. $ .$$3Q5 ., Aisum. "mtg.-approic'- ,
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Crosby Stor.Clothing householder 1 *: mother will take good care of (workshop fenced back yard; Clo e, ((303)) 5744965,-3/012tpd S/08""''- Tree "..612.Mo. ....... $.....Owner......* ,l.. olo
ticks, odds A ends. Irpd 3/08 : your'little',one 'In the Lawtey area. !convenient.. $350 mo., $350 security ,.",.6WM YOUR ,OWN Jeon-SporNweerj femdval .COMMERCIAL A DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY Ideal
610 MELTON TERRACEi Two families, _"__I., weekly, dally A hourly deposit. Reference. 9645610.209 tin "... r.'ladle. Apparel Comblnotlon/-, 'Al..jhuningdemosdng.'cs.ero4 local.. tiwy. front., It Ac. WIll divide.NEARLY .
1 Saturday and Sunday 9 to 9. Itpd 3/0 .',...**:782-3224 or 782-3284.. 3/01 2tpd BRIGHT;. SUNNY ROOM with both Opposlta -, .:' Large:She Store.,)Nolloriol i ,, 'FIRIWOOO NSW BOARD epprox.BBATTEN, -D.ckSon,
THURSDAY ft FRIDAYl March I end .. :aloeIA.VSlTTlNOlln* Stark. Post OHk., Ask for Mr*. '' '. '-, brands: Jordache Chic, lea, .Levi, Oak*Pine ,
Electrical appliance* clothing my home.day or night., Lyon.. Mu.t see to appreclatOr-Affor- 1 .Vanderbllt. Izod. Gu""," ., Sax. Esprit Free D.liveryrifanle. Franklin.stove CH/A 2 coIling fan*.Hevee AI Ae.
flower Go 2nd railroad .. 3/08 Valente.'Licensed 4 InsuredEven $3S.50v''House A 2 Ac. $37. 00j House A 3 Ac.
to eroding on Fencad-ln yard. Call 964-7086. Itpd dablorote Itpd Calvin Klein Sergio
Griff I Loop, on.the left. Itpd 3/0 3/08 KITCHENETTES WEEKLYi And One Plcone Clalborne Member On. Quality Work $3 .500. Assumable mertgog $.31).... at .10% Interest. -

MOW TO em BRAND NAMI GROCERIES 2-Room Kltch_.".. TV restaurant. r ,ply.; Sill 110'..,.-prgonteeiry ,Grown, .Thoanol. D'N.ifl.sH.altht.x P69/_. payment HurryGOODIOOKING /
HOMES FOR SALI. ,', ,;AT UP TO O>% DttCOONTI Special list ppen. UNDERWOOD MOTEL. 3 ,mile /. 300, other .$7.900'' to Own.r 496-M23 4 BR, 2 IA$ 9O'/_. lovely
t. 'ol1300 Item available Rush North of Stark., US 301. 2/23 3tpd 3/08 ,,$24,900 Inventory airfare; training. home In country off Baylei.. Hwy. A to lop,. .leasewSIOO
$1:potage and handling, to: Discount EFFICIENCY APARTMENTl Furnished Fixtures, grand opening. etc/, .Mr. sec d.p. DbL. ......, tV3VpeMe/CH/A,
THREE BEDROOM IV4. lATH HOME AMoclate P.O. lox 32. Raiford. With utilities. Suitable for one peon ,. Uughlln'((612)) $8.-6555..Itpd 3/08, pvd. driveway, refrlg., stove) D/W. '
\ w/CHAA. Fireplace and wooden deck, ..FIerI'". 32083. 3/OI2tpd 3/15 No children,"no pet. pi..... 9645464. ,Stilt BULDtNO DEALERS.NEEDEDI! Corn- ONLY$3,000: and Me. Pmt.of In,,'' will buy yen
In back.'$7600 down and assume IOX tU'S SAW SHOPt Complete sharpening ,3/Ohm nLARGI mercial./ Industrial & Farm building e comfortable. 4 M. 2 BA horse In ....*, __. '
f mortgage. For more Information ,call '*....., ,>circular bond carbide: ,'chain, UNFURNISHED HOMEuHwyr227:...?.;:,,-..I.II.:'Na Investment,required.To opp; FURNITURE-APPLIANCES' local. an;1, Ig. city lot*'. Lg. workshop, fenced
964-4737 Of tor 9:00 p.m.3/01 ifn:.;, ,,'" *-.ne".."Blade" hollow, ground and ;9 BR, 1 BA. Two carport\ large screen" ly contact North, .American' Steel' Now OpenStarkeDowntown- backyard, pecen tree*. Ideal far Oneup Heme.
fLARGR REMODELED TWO BEDROOM. balanced. Leave.at Jackson Building ed porch, utility room. 964-5559. 3/01 ; Building, h61"; U.0729 M-F. $22.900 CUTE ONE ACRE-C.o. reaav., attract.

:'t BA home. Convenient city, loconen. Supply Starke.Keyttane Height or 3;>, R, 2 SACS HOUSES Forest Helflht '>r< ,9-4:00. 3/08 2tpd 3/1. $, .... :\ 110 I.Coil 944-499 2 BR. 1 BA frame w/8.24 perch. Owes Pln. ,
Pine and cypress throughout. Term Lake lull_. TFNchg Subdivision. OH Highway 16 W. $323, I .51 ACRES-Heavy timber 301 f........ Own;'Fin.INVESWENTFOS. .
? 9601.8569.3/01 tfn GLASS CUT TO ORDERt Door; window.. mo. 964.5423.3/08 tfn II" We Also Service Most ..co h iiew.: Dptn-tu;ooo. city.
'I FORECLOSED HOME-LAM SANTA FEi 2 etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY APARTMENTS $150/ma.. ,., BR, I BA. $can.ldorl reasonable offer ,; '9644078, Order olio,token In Lotto FURNISHED; .ocurlty depotlt. No pete. I. '" w/elec. gate, ttkd pond. A.motet bldg.tEXTRAORDINARY '
; will be 964-5010.,.3/08 Butler 496-3079, and Keyttone 964-8O71.. |Ilchg 3/08 -TWO BEDROOM 'DUPLEX! $21 /mo., North Central;" App.{. Inc BRADFORD VILLA Clese ....
l! tfn ...Height 4734913.2/26 tin FURNISHED 1 .r 2 BEDROOM APART' '0()""*$I50 security deposit NO pets: Phone' Wwi.lt..-Trod., 'BUSIEST CORNER lit Starke. $.......,,
REMODELED Inalde out. Very FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS MENTSt All utilities, cable TV Included. 'i'Sjj 964-4228 after 6 p am. 3/0 Jtchfl! 3/08 1dY.41y! .LEASE-Boautifulumisad '-- Beet .......
|IC'NEWlY: '- 3 8R, I BA.'Screened perch* 144 Went Call St. 964-7303 From $140/mo.. Inquire 208 N..CherrySt. .11'\1' MIMOSA DRIVE-Ideal 3 BR. 2 BA Brick 045*.
: good r.ntal 'or first home. Open _*.-Prl.9 HHiJO Itpd 3/08 .
; Owner financing. Set..,AM tli S PM Grlffl Flatmonth COUNTRY RITREAT-2.'3/3, 045Rrepiae.
Realistically priced. MOBILE HOME 3 BR on Loop.
See at 327 Clark St. Call Ue Crane', A.,,,.Net Always,Neceitery plus deposit. 9648816.. Jtpd,: .RD. 230 BRICK CHAA-Fenced (large .... W2.009.,
t 377.0849.3/05 2tchg 3/13. 1/07 tina .4 BR STUCCO w/s.p..pt \M A. $48,800.f .
375-8111. or ONI BEDROOM FURNISHED APART
'KINGSLEY LAKE ARSAi '2/3.5R, ;2 iA.. -.. MINT Apply Tack! Box, 341 N. :T-,. Terw1I/!/egos Realty VIEW FACING GOLF COUXSB-S/Z_ fin.MICK. ;1 1
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W/W carpeting. CH/A, dot. double WANT TO DRINK pie Av. Itpd 3/08 ? :>! ON / .
garage, large lot. Many extra By appointment. 'WATS YOUR BUSINESS DOUBUWIDR MOBILE HOME 13 BR. 2 BA.: } Presents t ANTIQUe IRICK ... 47 ac.Pecan", trees...
473-7941. 31013tchg 3/22 WANT TO STOP THATS OURS $295, first and last month and $100 f1' FINE RESIDENCE-33 ecres,1JW an O1. .
.BRICK HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERi 3 BR., ''AkohdksAnanymous dep. 964-5882. Itpd 3/08 ,.. OPE HOUSE+ i"tQ..04; : ACIttS-Nertk of Lawtey... 3aU .'' ,' 1
i. 2 BA.: W/W carpeting,, ,CH/A<. 820 'r .-" $.*.150 I964-C4U ,64-6t 4AiANOM .NICELY FURNISHED 3I1t.110M1At.325 :X::.NtWHOW> f.mg9iA6! ST JWi "'qM! >/jf8
'. Parkwood PU.$larksironR(!, 7. FAMILY, GROUP! W. Mqdlaon -tl Fo I'I'9.'NItlon.!' apply ;: ,.3.... Odtt+ Iby: A sub: frfYT }, ;!ts J.. 1XJ.t :6t WN 11E'1MW.::1 w.ae of
3/15 i1)It.MAMKOSAKBIVapsr nut,6kr Ixt; iu.fl h2lJr ,s r v' 1'/1 7,, IrMr'I'c.1... ;';:tw:"- ! .. dbrl,. sd.rMb. i ; .' I .. eO ACRES off Rd. 235. $2.000 en .... '
.19. aerei Big oak, thro..prog.a ?. -.1 e'1 PLUS ACRES well., A septic, EdwardRd.LARGE .
146,000. 14682750. Itpd 3/08. MOBILE HOMES Tl -' BUILDING LOT...**.''' Reed.IVSNIMO .
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tAVlim, OUTX4W W4-U7*! MVMO OAW M."*>.M,
Financing and ..YlMLlLl...._'... MQV KUUWltteMM',
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CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION; '(Bud) Alvare Invite you to coma out 1-2 A 3 BedrBftm Apts. x

964-431 end brewse. Highway 17 South From '1SO" It 'Zt1" 5 4t

All dating Cart Paid, ,:;PototkaVFIeu. 325-9551' or 328-4682. In I
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193 Temple Avej' -. \- ', $ $ $ <: ttPluinblrig'Suiles 9647776TERWlLLEOXRREALTY ,WAYNE'K'INNEY
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. Fsnced yard, need,some .!, JFW From

1 |leaning, but priced .to 'K,- -. -... Ito.. (.ihttl'. Mein.. Are.., Durrance I
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SMALL ACREAGE ". i.red'pist' cock bond. Fill out I.Supply MAINTENANCE t REPAIRS ,r 24 HR SERVICES
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MWAe. w/200 H, on Co. I ,..... .Seutfi.Welt Pump; I *LICENSED THROUGHOUT, ,LA:., RSASONABie PRI C E3
GakwOvMN,3wt.. ONGC.HAMP'HOME'S
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. sI Hi.. S. ',%4"'$1118 ,....0.-, 37$-141,6I. :INC WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE I

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*3 Bedroom.. Brick Veneer Horn* TMWf! '
Enc.. 76 THOMPSON ST
RATimQN.ris, 'Goal: Prlc .;;: l% Bath: .CH/A: Carport;. Utility. Room

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Is.. 4% to 1 Jay De. ft SonsGraham '; ,
,221LDf TSt.SteAtP.N, .I"f....' Starting 13fi :
Mon. Fri. .ao ..nt.t_5_ .... ..m. "'12 noon' .Ltcenr.'d ,". .t ,\ PM..............;Cell ""'_ .. ( ;; > I
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with Brick tr .'mott' _:pac?; "or) Igo hey ham and work A' ell; '9A.AU'+ :.
homo
.autlful C8 moll bar$ and 1 1rail.r .pac.; When. You N..d A Phl .S '.t room On paved hwy; doss to$tarkoi'Pius! 0' n ;: .: __t"', .STATELY OLDER HOME,
1'torg.; rkk horn. c. 33 acy; w/born.lPsnc d w4,tX'', lit, .I..ptk'.f .n Call for Fast S.rv Ice'4. .. ._ _._'u. ,:! IF 343-Industrlol' '.fo'K front 'porche beautiful .

road. Close to :town '" ocr. g..' Owner financed .ha paved HW'f.Jr rotago.-.II.f: Norlu.." "11328.11 Ae., '2 well"nicetree ; tree* and ,ahop '
,.'llt:38 Ac.w/301' OreG.Would divide. OwIlGl' fin.$2B.autiful 'e tar .(Any ; II ScotchgardIt *. Own. fin S43.00O.EXCEPTIONALLY. !J \
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EDUCED-V.ry 10. brick hem! w/ovel 1.ac Nine .rea, 1 :SALE', SpeclaI'u .. m. ;. iwr.,a Br.)" I 24 Waldo,'Priced $90.000'and I ;0.l4i, shelter JOaVWOT"

.2 with 3 81t. 15A Ira,,". homo: 00.* .O Starl& 1 ', I ,=: : S 59 185ana owner financed $26,000. .... \

'.Large ACt ca horn. w/.lJ.tr 0"' ins G\uC" M.. fenced backyersr, '' ,' ,NEW,a UIIO t >x< It) .(. ", ,, ,,, .. !IiI-.t! -Ask about,pury;;ronch.tf .ACR AO .2'A acres and
.Nictucco home w/klfgo skxels b\tlt.\ :.sad 1ilng dlviJ I[ ''Wo. FlnetueCD.rb*n' 44.' f..' and farm" ; Starke. up, $oma awns financed...
hone on paved: i4wyr w/3fS ocree.:Will ti '1-' I KIHBYS'flOYALS I Cteaned"S :; i ,' .. ...' 0'.'". $2.00f per acre and up. ,
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.Approx./0 DC. at land on RI.lns EUREKAS >l.t. 0.iight. P.y,. "
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.HOOVERS swrau '
IN/HAL 1.% TERMS. Bii4UnlotlCounty a. Ac
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Girl Scout NewsGIRL
SCOOTS Opening 0' the All New
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OPEN.9-8 Monday thru Friday 9-7 Saturday I

liThe Country Store. For Pfore...." I
N&' Stamps NQ Gimmicks *, .last Low Prices
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It't .. ....'. 1N Beef RibRoast Sirloin! Tip 9
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t 1 ": *,! ''".''..>I....'.'.'. [ . .Ib. 269 Roast ... $18uemer

,: The Cookies Are Almost Gone... .
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This Is your last chance to purchase Girl| Scout Cut Pork Loin '' Boneless 1-
Cookies.( \ few extras are USDA Choice Sirloin Tip
1 still available but( with the sale officially s :
ending next:
week
,i t t Scout contact cookies a scout this soon year.if you want to get any 01 the delicious varieties you had' of better Girl' CHOPS'.... .,,.. . .' .... ... .. .,. ..I* 1.89 STEAKS, '. . .,... . . .,., .lb.2.09S' .
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, : enough Spires(Below Store to)stock Some In up Lake scouts 011 a utlt'r.from box or TI'oop:1I The two.hurried: In' Brooker arlernam set up shoppers shop last paused Friday long at PORK LOIN.. . .;,. ... r j i.1.Ib..,:, CHUCK ROAST'b.; :;;:. $1 9..

Boston Butt' .r' aTn Fresh Ground '. i t .. '.. '

j k PORK ROAST :A? . .:.-[>. Ib::'$1'i CHUCK. ..... . ... .'.r'.'.: .Ib.1$1.69.


i l X ..rvndy1N'dM Lykes FRANK Sugar$Creek. ., .' . .,1.. .". . .,$1 29 GROUND Fresh ,BEEF, . .<...:::<:Ib. ',1. 19''

+ Jumbo'or < ,',. :,,'
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Club 25 at Starke Lanes Gustafson's : Raw'ora Rolled! '
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Every Friday & Saturday Night MILK .. .g'' ,;S"i':".."'':.t.i..lw.. .al. 1 99 H : geBI9sso.m10 Oats" . ,ft490 I
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SCRATCH LEAGUE FORMING: EGGS ..,+ ,.;.' ."t2.l.d'oziat 2. II 7' 9 Flour.""1\"h'.Ib.. 39., '. Jo J ers.Musc'e' ,
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Organization Meeting '''
Monday, March 19 7 p.m. d 'i' ;PRODUCERomalrii' "
AT BOWLING CENTERFor ., ._? .r, .. .
more Information toll -Starke lanes ..... ,,(.....,",<. _
Starke Lanu 'US 301 North 964.8175 ,.A'on.', 'h. ......h, ." ...'
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, ServicemenCharles 5.', j {, ,.', :, : \,, .. ..,
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R. Miller :. .Durhig"the f' nIr ; 'Fild'f.'! :'h. i',: ; Ttolchael : : \ :,. /) l"'FisH ;\\, .
sigh t Promoted In Army Rank cle, trainees studied' general military receive the traintig, students Courses MUUngton,'Tenn, students receivea FRY
subjects designed to prepare them for Instruction in drill and instruction on the inspection
Charles R. Miller mm of Alfred W further academic and on-the-Job ceremonies weapooa, map reading, maintenance and repair of aircraft Sat., Maitfr. 10
and Mildred A. Miller of Old Town! training in one of the Navy's 85 basic tactics, military courtesy: military Marine Pfc. Michael E. frames ("Skeletons"') and exteriors 2 tH11Gator's
has been promoted in the U.S. ArmY occupational fields. Justice, first aid, and Army history Southerland, son of Rowell Prevatt of ("skins"). In classroom and practical p.m.
to the rank of staff sergeant. Included in their studies were and traditions. Lawtey, has completed the Basic application periods, they studied DenUS
His wife, Linda, is the daughter of seamanship, close order drill, Naval Is a 1977'graduate ofBradford Aviation Structural Mechanic Course. blueprint reading, corrosion controlFIrkiuiiIaniiIiij
Rex E. and Francea L. Frazer of history and first aid. Personnel who School. paring the eight-week course at the and metalworklng. 301 South
Keystone Heights. Miller complete this course of instructionare .. .. .
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graduate of Dixie County High eligible for three hours of college '
School, Cross City. credit in Physical Education and Richard T. Bennett
Miller is a cannon crewman at Fort Hygiene Reports for Duty Clinic MUSIC MACrHME
..sm, Okla, With the 2nd Battalion w/profeislonal
> Lady DJ.
: 34tb Field Artillery
'.. Pfc Mark W. Joyner Bennett Navy Airman Recruit .Richard T. Tubal LlgaUon (Tubes tied) & VasectomIes
son of Bobby R. and SandraL. 0 Top 40s Music
: Completes Training Bennett of Lake Butler, has
', Robert V. Walker Jr. reported for duty with Helicopter No Hospital stay necessary No abortions performed ; '. Light Shaw
Completes Recruit Training Army Pfc. Mark W. Joyner, son of Combat Support Squadron Three, I .
,:1' Royce ands Carolyn Joyner of Starke Air Station North Island,San 964.6500 We Love to' Party. *

: Navy Seaman Recruit Robert V ha completed bask! training at Fort Deg ;:;. =*" '
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t.''!''j '!d DFFICE '."'. -1' Strong HANGING fiber stock.FOLDERS FLIP 'N* Fib '

i ." ii 25 f folders and tabs DISK STORAGE BOX

i Starke Man Arrested SHDP ." .af' per box. Std. green Stores up to 10 disks.No .
':, 'v Fifth Cut, Utter Size ,008-13-025
I Causes Disturbance No. 4211/5 Raw $ .95 .55.29a. .

& John' Henry Guthrie of Starke was 110 W, Call Stu ?l | Reg. $11.68 .'$ 7.95bx' .,/-. 0n ,:5\
z arrested March 2 and"'charged with j 1< No. 421-113 j (
fit; disorderly intoxication, trespass of a? 964..5764 :, w: ;Third Cut Letter Size BAUSCH & LOMB ;.
:t structure and criminial mischief,,ace ', ."'"", Reg. $12.13 . $ .95bx BAR MAGNIFIER
Sr cording!: to..sgt R. A. Bennett. : ., ." .. ; "
,... Stark e, Fla. .' Fifth422-il5Legal 12' length,.2 power < '
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5 J3. Guthrie was arrested on Park Place t' Size No. 81-2W9, ,,
in Starke when he was found there ( .'\ ,;,;'.tr.; .. Reg. $13.95 , .,$ 9.95bx Reg..$5.00 ', .'$ 4.39ea
& causing a ,disturbance after he had s ,-- .!'' No, 422-1/3 ,
J? been told to stay away from the adftljlress 5 5 ; 11.J ': ': Third Cut. Legal Size ';' .
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Beige Black ,
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;:g at$2,000. Guthrie was released on his ----------- ---------w-----, '; OMNI No.'1105X Letter Size. _, .

ggj own recognizance_March 6. / HANGING FRAMES Reg. $20.50 ; .$1 ..95eaI "
I $20 COUPON $20 .,: NO.'950 Letter Size Ho. 1315X Legal SIze,,. "; l''

t [ Man Arrested I i' Reg. $4.10 . . $2.49stNo. Reg, 52295. ...s20.95eaCOMPUPACK
: For Trespassing I When You Purchase, I ;i 960 Legal Size

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t;: A Starke ''man was arrested and .1' Victor, or SharpCALCULATORS. Ii I: -,: Reg;,$4.30 ', ,

', charged with trespassing after warn- I "I f, COMPUTER,FORMS, .,,
ing March 3,according to Patrolman I '.1 : J ANDERSON'HICKEY' High quality bond ,I' ,.-." ('>"< '
Willie Searcy. I '. >.' OFFICE FILES 500 sheets per>peek. .: ,
Ronald Wesley Cam was arrested I ,, I t'J,,( '.0". ,M Full Suspension with No. 760 "' I,
::;. > when he caused a disturbance after I Heavy' Duty'om ce Machines I .' ;yl ; .:rs; .follow blocks and 1 Blank 9Vi"x,11! ,.*-- \ ...h 4. 5 5I

being told to stay.away from the vie- J ', thumb latch.'. Letter 'Ctean edge, Vv." w! !"I",v>- .". ,,-', ,
w I I tim, said CI' a'r .
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Bond for
the "
charge was set at$350. -
t t-; Black. Desert Sage fteg.t.2S.; : ,'. .$ '8.95rm .
,:;::i Carn was released on his own h'' .': '.\-if'' '.
'recognizance. Clp (or Putty; -.. ... No. 748 ; "''VI( I
-' : .;.; No. 1621-Xx Vt' Green,Bar(;" ;, : ,,, :. .' '
USED FURNITURE .. : ,: k. ,, ,..' ,
perforations. .
i .' ;', Two Drawer' NO 4 ,:
: ;', .. I. \\ -0' peg, 118.30 .$109.50aa 14.718".11. r. '
Deaths Secretarial Desk wRetumChairs .- 'No. ) 4-xx) Reg.$12.95., ,, .s11.75rm
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r. .' ", ., i ,: FourDrawer., .
-.. ; Rog.$188,35. ,$144.50ea DATATECII
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Execu9veChalr' .
S: James Floyd Fender .. G h." PAPER SHREDDER : .

:z;:3 James Floyd Fender, 40, of Starke, Hon Desk ,. '. '. : '! ,. j k .ANDERSON HICKEY \Shreds up to 8 sheets: : :, '

JH rjEg died Bradford Monday'Hospital morning following. March sudden 5, at .Ot"he' '. -.1, : ,\-r!: ( {,:''if}.f.'l-5"'I', ".?*.< ,: .- HOME FILE9;, ." .: l ", of paper into.1/8*. ;,;!yY.; ,'' ,
: a .,, '..-It era I Zit, 18.d( t''T," | .. ".vt ... w: ;sd ,,:IOtr'.JnJAI'Iathan"'
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ess. '; d .. ,
xr5Qorn:: >and raised in Bradford Couf! t P" "" n :A" ; ,; ,_" 1"bI"'l.ef.clC'. ; '.j, : : wicteba herd' I$20.00
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Y 'Cordovan, Desert
g ;t ty, the son of Austin James and Anna
S Sage Maize, Putty, trasH bags; Dark
; Batten Fender of Starke, Mr Fender .
$&::::;attended the Bradford school system .. .,;" Royal Blue, Sand. 'brown. 115VAC'Model '
jj& and was employed at the Departmentof ,. //110..1421-)0 SIMPUX.,10
of Transportation's material division If you need Office ..: ', A e9. $66.40 '. . $59.95ea Reg. $395.00: . $375.00WWe :
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gj. In Gainesville;was on the Recreation i: ; '.
Board of Starke and served\
as an umpire -
t;::: for..the Little League baseball Furniture. let
program of Starke for several years us ; i : >, : .
,He was also a member of Bradford can beat Gainesville or Jacksonville prices.... v ,. .' ,
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Lodge No. 35, F&AM, and of the Pine { ( l' ;
:; Level Baptist Church. quote prices. 1\( ; Compare ,brand names and stock numbers' and you will be, surprised af.t the': ,
Survivors include his wife, Gayle you .. : > .. t_' ,VV'f, f ,;"": : ; "i :; r. ,

Martin Fender one son, James : dollars you can save when you buy at home. ,I.':
1a: Richard: "Richie" Fender; two ,. ? ;
|rf: daughters, Terrie Lynn Fender''and ", ::1 f ,' .': : ,.\;..,,', f--:;',
.'::Tonya Martin;one sister, Geraldine
i;;; Tomlinson and his parents, Mr. and ,..
::Mrs. Austin James Fender, all ofStarke. ,PUNCH; HOLES S S RESTOCK
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Funeral,, services wereheld IN IT. ., YOUR. OFFICE SUPPLIES. ,. S ,
tiWednesday": March 7, at 2 p.m. at .1.1" rt
,,w Pine Level Baptist Church'with Rev. with ROLODEX paper, poaches :' ; Y'I'.,:' CME -' -;. ''. ,,1,, "
Roman Alvarez officiating. Burial S '
:was in Hope Cemetery with Masonic GUSSCO LEGAL PADS STRAIGHT. ,' ,' .

.;<..,Rites. under the direction of Archie ECONOMY No. 86-2<< Junior 0 TRIMMERS, -'. / "
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. 'No. P-29 Black ';' ," -. *, Rep:' $6.60 .'. .$ 3.95-dz r r-Jo.u1Q17-7.. Shears" ;; ,
Reg. $8.506.50, eaSTANDARD = No. 86-245 Letter ,Reg. $3.45 t.- .', ,1. .$2.95pr>
5 ,George: R,Wilds Sr., 5 5 No J&s3.as Shears
$11.35 .$ 6.95dz
:::* George RIley Wilds,. Sr., 59, of Reg. / Reg.. .. .$3.29 pC' ,I
5 86-247
died March 5 at' NO. Legal '' .
Lawtey, Monday No. P-39 Black' .. . 7.95dz ", :
Z.:::Bradford Hospital; Inc., following a Reg. $12.55. $ '
CENTURYHEXI: ,
Adjustable ,
sudden illness. w'Reg ,
g K A native of Reddd[ngton, Neb. Mr. ''I ; $14.03 .. ?$11.SOoaHEAVY No ,'''11-8. Shears. '

&WildS moved to Lawtey ,cram, .. 1 IDL BINDER 'CLIPS' Reg, sto.t6.$8.25pr ,
Jacksonville nine years ago and was a ,DUTY. '\"' .<;- No. t0020 Y" Width/ '; (O 5 .
correctional officer'at Lawtey &&: ;::rectional Institution: He was retired AdjustableReg -;;' ,:, : .' NO. 100501V Width' : POWER'CU'I:1EK' : : "

pfcfrom the Florida National Guard andgsrwas ; s37.5o,;.:. ;$29.56. eaDOUBLEDUTY Reg. $1.74 .: 1.29.dz''I'' .No..4751-l" ; ,
; a U.S. Navy veteran of World i Na 10100 2* Width Reg.$6.29.s5.SOpr
!&:'War II; was a member of the. Reg. $4.98 .S 3.59dz '; '
;Jacksonville Club and the .
Optimist's '
No.P-600Black.,. _,-4I. OFFICCRULERS
American Legion Post No. 283 in, ;
;?JacksonviUe.: '..... agS AdJustable ; CLIPBOARDS Wood with Metal Edge
Reg.S59.95. . .546.5fiei .
Survivors include his wife, Peggie No..38003 Letter Size S N0..A501-12. -
Virginia Ridenour Wilds of Lawteyr .. TWO HOLE II Reg. $1.59 .' ." : .$ 1.29 a Peg.6.93..3\. .79..aNa
Stwo daughters, Rena Mae HemdortS : S No. 38004 Legal Size : R501-15" I ; '
and Patricia Jp Benson, 'both of .SL

Lawtey; one son,GeorgeR.Wilde;Jr. I $14.96..S. .ea 'Na/RSOMS'' -

!:feof:: Fort Lauderdale' ;'two'brothersx and sixlP'anddaughtel'S' _....-' X BATES Reg. $1.37 ....,. ", .$1..10,8.ORGANIZE' .
fSseven sisters; two,brothers : .
: ,\ 3AVF '
; ', :: Y: FLIER, STAPLER '
Funeral services ;Were heldSi '.; ,,-. Black: or Beige, uses 59.00 ',YMwsucxstandard *
Wednesday, March 7a3DeWitt' .rn.i1at ''' a
NO.R63&B'- :
staples. ;, : YY
'' with Revj
C. Jones Chapel No. B -P-XX '.Aegr$229.y ., .t.s1.$9oa
mV.W. 'Butiq 1 wash < J
Crosby officiat ; ( 9.95 . .$' 6.SSae' '
j iLawtey Cemetery under the dtreotfonot COMBINATION .. Reg. ; .. ."
Jones Funeral Homa5a4: : E\Nona ORGANIZER i SANFOSD'S J "

St. A Stal'ke,, No. 20HV B tO '' ,' STAR,RUBBER.BANDS ACCENT MARKERS

... Mrs Emily S. Heath' Reg. 3220. ... .,.'.,,s'l.' ..w Sizes: 16,18.32.33 and No.2500-YW '
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Heath 85S .. .. ; ; -; assorted Major Mean,' '
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Shackletord .
.,' :MrL Emily '
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.>of -Melrose, /died Saturday n* t'j No. XXOUOuartar '; f $.69 .i'Na270VYW '......
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ti March 3; fn'::the' Country7VjJ1 1 oalesee Pound Bon '
PERSONAL FILE 1.11bJG: ,
$159 .$
i. l Center, Melrose followingfciia Reg. Pocket Accent '
No. <4epFUtter .....::elJel94! .. No. XX4J Reg $,69 ,$ .49a
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M: Born in Louisville,ty'Mrs.; Heath: ; ,1\. One Pound1 Bolt' 1 '
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moved;: to Melrose from Jack '
':.eight years ago and attended Trinity, "?r SANFOKD'S
"; ;EDtscopel Church In Melrose- MASTER
EXPJB8O MIFRS
'f. Survivors i include'Inter daughtarhiMlaw I 4'.! BOOKContains .
of MIItIrOMI:five .. =--i_." _,:, "r'c' a IIack., .. \.,
EddY .
Alma !
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I 436 masters, ;
gr-t grand''' .........r,1. > '. ,1 / Na 2WJO-JOC < ,., '
1; dren and"' .."... _, .. I of forms moat used In .,
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ne $1 services wW bs held'rhurs i :--.. )-...._ ..;:0<1 '01 Sn\aIIe.\ 'offlc**, ,Reproduces. ;, FMg.No 5.41a . :S'' .UU''' '
_,:March e, at'4 pm.opal x.\, -... No 2031,3)0 '' : ,ctoarty on oWc 29010OC \
Church with F=\ i'; ... I_ d latter 3111. copters/ or ortsitUNOs.MfO1 0' 5 (Q.3mm v) f F/nIt'/ : '

Yarkes dficI8t1n8.Burtal .t a' ,aeo. sego '," >$:; ,1...i. .- *. Rv t,_, . :. :.: ..:,. 'JSIM S
Inter,. dste .In' .P.Ua..o..eiroae: Reg. saa.ea,, ,$.... M .11
under the dhaalssta of4me
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It was a day of fun-filled activities for over 250 elementary school childrenlast vsQ841 ';l.i I
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week in Keystone Heights as Keystone Heights Elementary put on its first BREATHLESS "'rr .t.' "
Sports Exhibition Day. ("', '
Students and parents gathered at the football field for seven demonstrations .I '
including gymnastics,weightlifting, karate skydiving and an exciting flyover ---r) \i :
from American Ultralight Stance based company. : ,
"This is the first exhibition day we've had here at KES but I'm sure it won'tbe -, ,
the last," said KES Phys. Ed Instructor Gloria Glisson'' who along with ., ',
fellow instructor JudyThacker, planned the day and gathered{the participants."The :d I:I." ,
kids get a chance to seem some things like the ultralights and skydiversthat trrr.Lrr !. '
they don't ordinarily get to see It was a perfect day all the way around. We ,'
plan on doing it again next year." Ii", .
The demonstrators, all volunteers, were given a big dinner at the end of the o '
day's events to celebrate a successful first time event. cN a d' (,' '
"The kids got a big kick out of the whole experience," Glissonn said. "I had p.'
done this type of thing at a school I worked.for previously in Green Cove Springsand :,r ',1I'
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Strengthening upper body.,, 332 W.' Madison Slarke 964-7701, 9

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Gymnastics'team... .
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The All American Gymnastics team from the Orange Park,Jacksonville area
under the direction of Lem' Mlleiri perform for the students and guests at ', ... A.whe-..,....-.... -C .'
Keystone Elementary on Exhibition Day. .JC.I 4 Tin Aaiwlmng C.WqI
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Commission to Meet .'.ill..; ,; ..> 'I"" < II.. M4 Thursday, March 8 .

In,\ Tallahassee-Mar. 9 "'*< ";'Fi.r,...ld......., are. won by those wh> 'believe Thomas in the Wentworth winning."' Regular Cookies ... . . . ... Dot 99.C
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The general'hunting' and fishing ,; ....>.i ... <>.**.,...f.u.. ..f..L...\ : .' Friday March 9
regulations for the 1964-8) season will *
be discussed the,meeting of the 10" ,Apple or Cherry Pie ..,. .,. 2.59
five-member Game and Fresh Water
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Fish Commission, Tallahassee on, Saturday. March 10 '
,FridayMarch. 9. "A -- I.-1

discus The Commission the, regulations\ \ is also for.Type expected to I gift A ::' Glazed Donuts . .. BI the ooen Only 1,69

wildlife management areas. IncludedIn '
the: proposed .changes for the ah Meltaway Coffee Cakes, ... N 1.39
wildlife management area system, .
.will be the addition of a 0.000-acre beauty .Tuesday. M 1nJ113 t '
'public area in Orange: Coun- 'j : 59
i ty. to hung the Bock Springs Run Butterkrust, or Vienna Bread: .'..Mf.
Wildlife Management Area. \1.r.' '

I Another change is the on establishment the agenda fordiscussion of', from, .'t', !.1.$I:' Wheat Br 'd. ,. .,, ', ., ;, ;, ., .1Nt 69
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!separate rules for portion of the. Wasing toyp iiarcb 14 .
Point Washington Wildlife Managemeat
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I be called Area the, in Moores northwest Pasture Florida Unit to,. MerleNormaD[ Twists.. ., ,",. ... oJ.... ..... .. .'. .'. M18JeHy '
,Separate rules were determined to be '
'''necessary' ; because the proposed ; D nut$ or Donut Ecla rs .. .. .. 22.
regulations for the 1M440 season will :
I 1:be significantly.different on these two 'r'. ... ,. .
areas. The dtffefcaces include an abbreviated '" f': .
season and special hunts 'r ,
v>SBB BMi!>EBH i BbdsUiB>i.a>ssft BiasMMMCiJl
planned. on the Moor Pasture Unit. .:as.- ease- a.w .sea sa ralI -
After receiving staff reeonunemlafHOB .'j.' % March 8. 14
on the proposed changes! for.the,., I 'I" ,. I..
.hunting and fi bIn84IIfIUJaUonll ferUtelWMB : j p/ ALL.CAKES
/ season.',the Commission 3 1, 0
:will vote on whether to approve the "II Off Plain Decorated .
rules In principle..All of the rules will... I I. ''

;;.be the conaWered May, 11 meeting for official of the donttoH Commit, at* I ::1 .I, Uri'on: AH Decora; tiRg|: :" ;

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In other business, the Commission I ,'" .
is expected to bear the oath of office : "
'01 the most recently appointed Cons'' I .J.' '. ., ,
: ..mfesiMer.' Mrs ,Gilbert. W< Hum, .. A Cap ef Coffee and. aaiftzed ;'
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Bhrey of Mkscesukee.Mrs.Humphreywe 'I'I Beauty "25'
*. chmen by Gov :Bob Graham to The Bcinus.-,Yours free with any +r- ', Donut '
i fiB the position left vacant by the ex* J I ; "
.sika1fawl' of,.ComailMloner. Cecil C. ,$830 purchase of Merle Norman come tics.. r :
Bailey's term,. Other current, I .TlM Made Norman Beauty Bonu;A collectlow: tour M*.nUal '"'.II FREE S!\ : ,
of Commtesioa.. Include .. ", : .'
I rnnbass the : Merle Norman cotmuUcs in a sampler si. Moisture Emulsion, l J
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..**. CIT Ruiney chairmen. ,from ', I. .Uuid Makeup,Qeamy Flo-Metic Maces and a regular iMr !. :t 7 a.m. -' 3 Pn\-- ', \,
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