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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 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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i. Tuesday's rainfall, on ground already saturated, av raged about .3 of . . . . Pago 12SECTION :: .
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I County turned but a surprising political
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40 percent of its qualifiedemocratic conservatives and moderates. ,
voter strength to give Among Bradford's neighbors,
Colorado Sen. Gary Hart heavy sup Baker County's vote was -neck 'and..
Walter.Mondale in Super neck 'with 438. for Hart and 430 for''
Tuesday swee takes..March 13. Mondale. Union County favored Hart

about 1.5 to 1,giving him 277 to Mon-
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Hart carried of the
county's'20precinct's
dale's 183.
Clay County gave Hart a
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whopping 54 percent to Mondale's 32
I two that' have 'heavy black: ana
percent, .Alachua s heavily
registration. Mondale carried only Hart by almost 2 to 1,
one, Pet. 12A (Chamber of Commerce

),,by, two votes over Hart

Hart...Mondale Encouraged,.
The total Bradford
vote Including
Besides' Florida Hart scored'ptlmary
absentee ballots was'1,091 for Hart?, '
697 for Mondale 409 for Jackson, and Massachusetts'victories Tuesday In'
291 for Glenn. George McGovern,who Mondale's and Rhode Island.
announced his withdrawal from the comeback effort from his

-. t, kx .campaign Tuesday night 'polled a his New two England southern losses was boosted by
,. 'J,. negligible 27 votes. Other "also rans"included Alabama and state wins 11'11
three ex-candidates who had'withdrawn Georgia. Mondale was.
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apparent winner in
convention'
from the race before Tues-
a" k,p. day: Askew 62, Cranston 4, and Roll 200 based delegates, gaining 34S to Hart's''
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't' ..' t In ''delegate1\ voting in Bradford, western .states, caucuses' held1' In
those pledged to Hart topped the list Oklahoma, Nevada'and Washington
c. .. ': in votes; polling' above 800; Mondale State, although returns .were slow

w tltf & t delegates were next, polling ,totals coming in due. to..time. zone ,dif
ranging in the low' 600s' Jesse ,ferences.
Jackson 'delegates and John' Glenn Commentators' agreed that Tues
delegate totals averaged about the' day's voting strengthened Hart'sposition

,," same, In the mid to !and upper. 200 as front runner in the race for
a( .1 \ I II figures. the! Democratic presidential nomination -
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In Bradford's Precinct, 7: (Reno) final hours before the voting. .
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where black registered' Democrats Super Tuesday resultsalso, offered
outnumber whites 383 to 106, Jackson some 'encouragement to 'Mondale
took; 63 percent of the vote In however; who appeared jo be on the

: Precinct 2..(East Lawtey)', where skids Immediately 'after his New
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'. :.. '., Jackson polled! 3 6 percent of the vote [play hard ,ball",. begaa:,an attack,on''
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In'UnIon'Ciilnty.., I 'VI1'ti, marathoni'rtgtrt' doWn to the
finish line
Seri Hart received a total of 299 '
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... his New England victories '
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Mondale, whd got 101 votes and Jesse
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Only 710 of Union County's hailed as. especially
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... appeal to the cross-section of voters
to cast their votes, about the
who now make up this state's popula-
tJJ 25 percent predicted by Supervisor of
Elections Lottie Lee Archer.: tion.Greatest'
danger for Mondale had
:; The American Way... been that Hart would score so well on

In Florida... Tuesday that the momentum
Bradford election news gets reported to' the News Klecion Service 4 :: r generated by his earlier wins would
In New York City, just like the his/ places. The service provides election ,' 1' Hart won a significant victory in become a landslide that would make
TV networks and Florida with 40 percent of the vote to
result to radio stations. 4 the Colorado
senator' unbeatable,
Above, Charles Hardy( at right, gathers results from Supervisor. of' Mondale's 32 and Jackson's 12 per- Super however make
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Elections Neya Flynn, left and l Deputy Supervisor Carol Milner, .. y, cent. Glenn was running neck and that the campaign could be a
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Above, poll worker Lucy White has her needlework to' keep her )'. would stay in the race,.at least for
busy during slow periods In Tuesday's light voting. Poll worker "i now. hoped-for first or second
Anne Snmoms quickly hides her haniwork under the table when \ ; ; ti ., .. cHart won his Florida victory place win in Alabama did not
I f Telegraph photographer Larry Oglesby. shows up with his camera 1J :. without the.support of blacks and materialize, thereby throwing more .
Mrs. Margaret Williams, middle, beat Ogesby to' the draw. I' organized labor two groupe that 'cold water on his dwindling chanes, ,
At right?Jessie Me Loud tucks his ballot In the box at the Pratt t f helped Mondale score wins In Georgia but Jesse :Jackson' scored the "
Street Recreation Center, Prvncinta 8A and 8B. Poll worker Anges, E and Alabama. Hart's'' Florida and 'necessary ,,20 percent' total in
Dinkins puts an "1 Voted" sticker on Mclxmd's shirt,. Massachusetts wins indicated his 'Georgia's primary that he needed to ,
broad appeal to white, suburban, 'obtain more federal matching .cam :
middle-class voters, all across. the j paign funds to continue the race.

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I, ,Starke, ,Fails to Get $1.1 Million in Federal' Funds: to_ Help-- Disadvantaeed, 1:1:,


After five years and $1.8 million the out of work unless the city transfers Starke applied for a $450,000 grant housing projects', 'and could support only'' six; 'Including Putnam: County, Federal Funds ;
federally financed community block them else where, or unless something through the Jobs Impact Program for' only 15. The ,1} towns'' and counties St.Augustine Palatka and Avon Made Impact Here
grant program Is coming to an'end.' new turns up. work behind the former Dairy Queenon .}receiving grants St.Augustine,. ,Park. That was a shot in the dark in .
Word from the Florida Department This year the Reagan Administration the east side of N.Temple Ave. anda Quincy, Palatka; Crescent City, |the beginning, Mrs. Poncier explained The$1.6 million received by the city
of Community Affairs Is that the $1,1 transferred the awarding of the $650,000 grant to continue housing Marianna,. Avon Park, Putnam County and city officials had little hope it rover the past five. years was used in

million asked for 198485Nas\ not funded grant money from the U.S.. Depart .rehabilitation in the Reno area in NE Lee County Williston, Graceville, ,would be funded when application the Reno area. '
according to Linda Ponder of the ment of Housing and Urban Development Starke. Word came Feb. 22 that the Bonifay, Coleman in Sumter County, ,was made Under the program 63 houses were
city's Community Development of- (HUD) to the states. Funded Job Impact Program request would. Sentry, and Collier County. It was thought by city officials'that rebuilt,sewer and water lines extend- ,
fice. About three months work re- through HUD for the past five years, not be funded, then got word Feb 28 f. '"'Competition was stiff and we just Starke successfully-operated 4-year ed Into the area, roads paved.
mains on the 83-84 grant, then Mrs. the city: lost out when the state Dept.of the new Community Block Grant request didn't make It." says Mrs Ponder HUD project would be an asset in get The money came,'in sums of$300,000in .'\
Ponder and Community.Block Grant Community Affairs began funding would not be funded. ; The state received .40 applications ,ting more grant funds, through the 1978, $300,00.' in 79, $350,000' in 80, 2.,-::
Coordinator\: ,JerryVradsworth will be the community block grants The state received 50 requests (or 'tor\ Job Impact Program, and funded state, .$340,000 in 81, and $330,000 in 82.

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Kimutis Roach BHS :Grads of Class of'' .J

I'' First r Reading Set Tuesday', Top : .1984 r..J,

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1,,. A 3.992 'grade point average LeYasser Steve Marshall1,,.Theresa Y Fh.9 '

tie earned of valedictorian Michelle Lynne of Kimutis the has'1' $!1 Elizabeth*Ricks, LeAnn Flynn. Lart 11''A
On City Unsafe Law
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Building. High Class of 1984.. Ann Johns,. Alan Lane McKinney, "
Lori Ann Clark. 'Cary Franklin 'i '.
Salutatorian Catherine Ruth Roach :x::
l'AdvertiSement for public hearing and a first is set for the 3.806 It Frounfelter, Martha Ann'' Murphy, __._ -. .
a reading I compiled a grade point average. ,' ''I'
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f, ,March 20 city commission meeting at 7:30 p.m. .on Starke S proposed unsafe ,:Michelle is the daughter of Mr. and i 1 Snow*_ ;, Sheen ___ :'. '" I
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building Code ordinance. ]Mrs. Edward Kimutis\ Jr'of Starke ii ,Valedictorian Michelle Kimutis it
The proposed'-ordinance declares unsaetbulldings to be public I Cathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'co- of the Tornado track .
captain team
nuisance'and provides 'for prevention;;abatement, and renewal of such ]Kenneth Roach of Forsyth Rd., south and runs the half mile.She is : :,
nuisances to be brought before the, city commission for corrective action. at Starke. dent of the National Honor presi- ., ,
lif the city commission declares there Is a violation of. the ordinance action Four more students earned gradepoint senator in student government Society, vice- I t j1 j

can begin to correct. ] averages of 3.5 or higher and lent of the HIStorical ..;
With, no discussion Tuesday night, the three commissioners present ,will! graduate :with high honors. They winner pres a PRIDE award in science Society, "
Voted unanimously to have 4 public hearing on the proposal and to have j are Julee Ann Wise, daughter of Mr. .. member of- the .Club and
; its first reading. .Commissioners.present were, Mayor Jimmy. Crosby, j and Mrs. Wallace Wise of Starke; 'S> ni) Honor 8ociet Key ,'"
Travis Woods; andVernon, Silcox, .James Michael Christmas,son of Mr. NkJrtr r. : ,I v. l'
I Absent were Commissioner Charles Schaefer, who.is hospitalized, and j and Mrs. Edward Christmas of Salutatorian Cathy'' Roach is cap ( J ) ,...,
Commissioner.Bobby Biggs. Starke; Michele Lee Stillwell, 'tain of the BUS High-Q team, winner.of W : .
Tbe.commlsslon'made; amendments to the proposed ordinance in a cshoui laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. PRIDE award in 'mathematics .
e ,, work session Feb. 13, received'' revised drafts at its Feb. ,21 Stillwell:; of New River, and Cheryl and science,and a member of the National -ii.- .. ..: ,
f' meeting and set Jhe first reading for'J'Uesday night. ., ')Marie Furrow, daughter of Mr. and L Honor Society and Historical .:' -': :
With two commlssioners.absent, however the commission set 'firtreading 1 Mrs. Donald Furrow who' live off I ti w Society, ._.. ..,.,.
j .and-publhwhwrfng- '.Marchr, 20! Its regular;;third-Tuesday *j ;jl nmeetJng Bayless! Highway west of Starke. Thesegrade','point averages are \,\ .

leJl; 1:1.: ..' 'Il' *w rooom(;. )\' 'Fourteen more; members of the .compiled, after'tirst semester of. ..' ._. .
againiTuesday .
ty 8ssod'meetil'll' wasrowded night: C Class of senior 4 ,J
The : l1lJf ;'t9&l.compiled grade point ,the year They rarely change -Iv < i \
through the,wwt$ of,the Downtown- esa Committee,.which favors averages' 'of 3,0' to 3.5 and will 'enough to push- student into ml- '. .. .q, "',.: ," ". I
"' ... ,,'" '. .. +'xnj'* ".'' zraduat*.with honors. They are: Kel I 't' Michelle\ Kimatle ferent. .category< 'after"/the second \ .. .,
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4, t fl'i' ly Miskanic. Darrell J. Wagner 1. semester Is aimed juo the comnUa-: Cathy Roach I.: \?

yl ." .. ,.3 ,. -- (Gwendolyn Mashed Brown George ,r, .Valedictorian: Owi*ot'Ill I .lion,cave Principal. Jim Duncan. ,SatotatoriaaeClaseof'84 I 4, '.; ,;.

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Thought for the week.... Key Club...

PxipU or. an .."...*.._ .! Ood. The Key Club of BUS has done a e. r At Hampton '::1)n)
great Job this year in fulfilling its title t
A Tug of War? as a service organization. I
The BUS student council has Under the direction of Donna Fifth grader Fred Peeples correct ,
created another unusual way for the Thornton as president, the club has ly spelled "talebearer" then'j
classes to earn points for the Class-of. sponsored a Haunted House for the "Frightening" to win the Hampton !
the-Year competition. It will be pull Starke Elementary Halloween car- Elementary School' Spelling Bee, .1 i
and tug as the classes will battle it out nival, sponsored several dances, Wednesday, March 7. *
this time in a Tug of War contest set donated money for food for the pet First runnenip Cindy Frey,seventh f
Mar 16 during first and second lunch. shelter, and many other service pro- grader, mlspelled "talebearer" giving : 'I
Anyone Interested should contact jects. Peeples the chance to win the bee. .1 4
their class president to be added to The club has had an active year and Fred is son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred -'
the roster of participants. Deadline is is already planning ahead for next Peeples of Hampton and Cindy Is the "(
Mar. 12.Team. year. The club members have electednew daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William '
officers for the 1984-85 school Guida of ';
competition will be set up as Hampton.
follows : Seniors tug against year. They are: President Kay Allen, Fred will opportunity to 1
Vice-President Denmark Y 'f thehacounty
Freshmen, Sophomores tug against Allison ? 'T'1 compete in wide spelling "
Juniors, the losers will tug It out for Secretary Nancy Grider, Treasurer '1 bee Tuesday, March 20 at the Brad' -
3rd and 4th place and the winners will Phillip Crews. ford Middle i School. ."
tug it out for 1st and 2nd.50 points will Student Elections... 15 participants ,took part in the ;>
be given to the first place winner, 30 Hampton bee. }
for second 20 for third, and 10 for The BUS student elections were The bee went through six rounds '
fourth. Good luck to all teams)I 11 t held March 6 and the 1984-85 student 14 Receive Nursing; Assistant Certificates.... before getting narrowed to the two ?
council and class officers are: finalist. :i
State your Stuff.. Student Council: Fourteen new nursing assistants! celebrated their new Back row Instructor Judy Baker, Linda Regar, Pronouncer for the bee was "";1
The Student Council will be holding President Lenore Welty, Vice- status last week at a dinner at the. Western Steer Durler Cothran, Denese,Moore,Mary Jolly,Lydia Croft Kathyrn Brooke. Judges for the event .j.\\
another student forum Monday Mar. President Kellie Baldwin, Secretary Steakhouse. Wendy O'Guln, Rachel Moore, and Carolyn Mann. were C.M. Clark, Sandra Sanders, .
Donna Parado,Treasurer Janet Grif- The new graduates are (l-ri .
19, at 7:30: in the BUS library for any First row: Glenda Lee. Jean !tow ley, Budle Altman. > Not shown are graduate Vicki Tucker and instructorKay and Jim Lewis. I j
student to express his or her opinion. fis.Class Officers Padgett Ethel McCall. Anna Thompson. ,..
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Feel you don't have a say so
Senior Class: President Rhonda .. ',
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Sapp, Vice-President Kay Allen .. "
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know what to is attend.happening, you are encouraged Treasurer Secretary Dawn Wendy Scott McDougald Senators:, Unsafe (from page IA) BRADFORD SQUARE "' r' ; ,;i

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Let our Student Council know you Sabrina Snell, Allen Rogers, Mark .
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care about what happens with and Barber, and Karen Kimutis. the ordinance which will provide: authority to rid the city of unsightly :: j
around your school. by stating your Dempsey Junior ,Class Vice-President: President Tammy Tracie and/or unsafe and/or unsanitary buildings. BARBER & STYLE SHOP, j";,
stuff The proposal has been changed in two major ways: '
Clark, Secretary Terri Jakab, !The city commission now must agree there is a violation before action ::
Awards Ceremony... Treasurer Polly Griffis, Senators: can commence. In its original version, the proposal gave responsibility HAS M OVED '(
Terese Richardson, Carrie Sellers, . "
what is violation the director. ;
The end of the fourth six weeks is Michelle Hall, and Allison Denmark. for determining a to zoning
near and an awards assembly has .Language in the paragraph admitting city officials onto private property J
Class President
been set Thursday, Mar. 22, to Hseth Sophomore, Vice-President: Shilynn Wendy Chaff, has been amended to include the phrase"upon proper legal authori BUT NOT VERY FAR
recognize outstanding: achievementsand Pricilla Welch, Treasurer. ty. \
awards earned during this Secretary The commission has attempted to balance the building code law to protect ., ', .n,)
Sherri Harrell, Senators: Tammy .
period.period. Everyone It will be is held invited during to attend.first Wiggins.Lynn, Deanna Cox, Pam Clark, Greg the on community individual from rights.unsafe/unsightly buildings without unduly infringing Look for us in i the ? ,.j II


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1 Chamber Meeting: Room Open to Civic Groups '. 'f ('HOUk;, Edwards RoadUse :;+,.U

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of downtown Starke's historical historical buildings. the Bradford County Development' Plaza
of the Chamber of Commerce knows exactly Chamber Director Mike ,1
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buildings nobody Cooney Authority, reported L.M. Gaines.
meeting room will be limited to civic how to proceed, said EL. Matthews, reported Monday, May 5, at a Also recently appointed to the By Community State Bank i
organizations and Chamber reporting on the progress to date. meeting of the Downtown Progress < 7-member board were J.E. Tomlinson .
members, it was decided at the Like motherhood, everyone seemsto Committee, that a private South- president of the Florida National
March Governors.L.M 3 meeting. of the Board of favor the proposed restoration project Florida investor has expressed In- Bank at Starke, and Jim Womack, 9 6 4-5 0 31J ;I
Matthews told the Board of terest in financing the Starke project. proprietor, of Stump's Dept. Store, ,
Gaines, chairman of a committee "
Governors. But unlike motherhood, The DPC Committee asked Cooney
to determine what use shouldbe he added, nobody seems to know how to invite the investor to come to -, ---..
made of the Chamber's conferenceroom to get started. Starke and explain his plan. ,
said the committee didn't feel II
to
There
are so many avenues pur-
the Chamber conference room shouldbe sue, the immediate need is to narrow Olivia Scott NamedTo #
Used for commercial purposes or down the goals, Matthews said. Workis Development Authority '

for ,profit. being done on a grant application, Mrs.Olivia Scott,librarian at Brad- IQlsjLANNIVERSARY
available and it has
DPC Progress... tax credits are ford High School and wife of Jimmy : .j
local ,
been suggested that la group n Ii
Scott of Lawtey, has beep named to .p'4, ., i.'i' an,+,l. +h f uba rn
Difficulty starting the. restoration .form a corporation to buy some of the ,' r' .,'i t ..'-- '."'* rt!-,<. ? *. I Kl i ',<" J." i<] "SAl5; T

Newborn Snov'/ Top Spellers at. Brooker Elem.: I 1.


Fifth grader David Newborn spelled 20, at 10 a.m. In the Administration Tetstone, Ginger Adams, Christina i Save $120 to $300 set
"lagging," then "bunting" to win Building In Starke. Bath, Nancy Arnold, James Smith, per
the spelling bee at Brooker Elemen- Third place went to sixth grader Sarah Doughas, Bill Johnson.
tary School last Friday March 9. Vince Robinson who went out on"cer- At BE there is only one class of each and Receive. a FREE FRAME
Kevin Snow, another 5th grader, tainty. Fourth placer was Jason grade and any student who wishes to .,
was runner-up. Pardee who went out on "inkblot." enter the spelling bee is Jnvited to During Jamison's
David the champion Is the son of Participants in the Brooker bee compete. / 101 st anniversary )
William and Sharon Hall of Graham. were Chris Barfield, Josh Crawford, Judges were BE Principal Wayne choose)thefirmness "'
Kevin, the runner-up, is the son of Earl Arnold, Lucille Foster, Karen McLeod, and BE teachers Lynn
Kevin and Diane Snow of Graham. Stokes Melissa Hislop, Harold Melvin and Lanie Ezzell. you
Newborn and Snow will represent Mayben, Stevie Bailey, Russell Pronouncer and spelling bee peed and SAVE a :
Brooker Elementary at the countywide Thornton, Sherry Carter, TommyHamilton organizer was BE instructor Susan '120 to '300 FRAj .\r
spelling bee set Tuesday, March Johnny Prescott, Lonnie Scott. when you E

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1 a' Twelve top spellers, all champions Fifth grader Alex is the son of Mr. and
r and runners-up at their schools, will Mrs.. David A. Porter of Starke.
df compete at 10 a.m. Tuesday, MarchLawtey Elementary: Jason
+ %;l 4 I Ik 20, in the school board meeting room Pilcher champion, and Kim Brewer,
I in the administrative building on N runner-upi Sixth grader Jason is the
1a Temple Ave. across from Bradford son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry'Pilcher of
# FI d High. Starke. Seventh grader Kim Is the
.. v I Ia Competitors In the county spelling daughter of Mr. and Mrs Otis
i r bee'sponsored by the Florida Times- Brewer, of Lawtey.
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i Aril Union, are by school: Hampton Elementary: Fred
i 1 v Brooker Elementary : David'' Peeples, champion and Cindy Frey,
4 I, 4 ,Fifth grader Fred is the
Newborn, champion, and Kevin runner-up.
r'r'I I ; k : Snow, runner-up. Fifth grader David son of Mr. and Mrs Feed Peeples of
r NMl is the son ot William and Sharon Hall Hampton. Seventh grader Cindy is
of Graham. Fifth grader Kevin Is the the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Bon' of ,Kevin R !and Diane Snow of Guida Hampton.
Graham. Bradford Middle School: Kevin
l -Southslde Elementary: Brad Krack, champion, and Selena Norman
n I 4 Hamilton champion, and Patrick runner-up. ;Sixth; grader Kevin
w x, .. Hurst, runner-up. Fifth grader Brad is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michaelis
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Edkin of Starke. Seventh grader
{ Womack of Starke and Brian Selena is the daughter of Mr. and
Hamilton of Orange Park. Fifth Mrs. LM. (Buddy) Norman of
dr jt t Y grader Patrick is the son of Mrs. Ann n CK-225.::
Hurst of Starke. Winners and runner-up of the Brad-
r eyho Starke Elementary : Tracie ford bee will compete in the regional
DeVoe champion and Alex Porter spelling bee.
a runner-up. Fifth grader Tracie is the The spelling bee competition Is
daughter of Mrs. Brenda Lajoie of sponsored by, the Florida Times-

Starke and TVnton DeVoe of Starke. Uni n.. ,

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.Florida Department of Transportslion -. "energy' saving'program.. High
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; Bradford Middle School Band, pictured above, made straight superiors atw Second Row: Stephanie King, Angela Joiner, Michelle lU'iulrix, KarenBlack officials opened sealed bids,." ,pressure sodium lights .use approximately
the Florida Bandmaster Association' District: Concert COlltet-4'lItivulln. Melinda Powell Ken FillyawAngela -Davis, C'urol Baker, Shel..yMattox.ltt'n. Wednesday. Feb;, 29, to convert.i i half the energy to provide the
Gainesville. Saturday, March' .\"Jewett, Vicky Gootlownti! Dawn RobhiHon, and C'het Norman. highway lights from mercury" .vapor same amount of light as vapor lamps.
'i Bradford was one of three out of the 18 schools that wax ranked superior Third Row:, l.lncla Wilson I'ht'lIa'Slpwart' Lisa Tlerney, Robert Boone, to high pressure sodium lamps on Sat The'apparent low bidder is Regency
_.during the contest at Gainesville High School. Kenneth Owens Zrllouise Montgomery, Andy Tyson Kenneth lleiken, No.yKvrivihuU 200 from Call Street.to Georgia Street Electric: Contracting Company from
'They worked really hard." said Jim Peronto. Director of the 'band. : and Kevin Starling; ,,' in Starke.. Jacksonville at $6,348.: The project
::,Peronto( said the band members decided on their own to practice lifter IIChCHl1'I"twl..e Fourth Row: Hilly Starling Gene: Watson. Trey' Howard. John Kuhne, should be completed (in ::10 days once
a week "I'm really proud and very pleased with them.1 Jimmy ijuitle, Allen Porter Kevin Crawford.. Karen (lodges, Hilly Harrison, The change is 'part'of the DOT'a. work begins. "*
n.: Strong,pa rent'support was very helpful producing a quality Hounding and. Dale Casnels.
';, band,4accordingto: Peron to. .

:>' The+other Iwo schools that had straight superiors( were Westwmxl and Fifth Row Kilward Hudson C'oretha Daniel, Belinda ('lark. Paul ('01-

? .Howard Bishop, both from Gainesville. r ,' :r\.. '. einan. ('harlf'II'liIllllller: Sarah Wwxlhard Chad Tenuant. and Bill Ilamllton.luck 'I Celebrate theirweddina I
Picture above are from left to right: ". ( Howl TwM Parker Charlotte Terry, Carmiii Wilkersou Reggie :
"' First Itow: Anita Moss Karen Morgan Karen Schaefer; Kenee* Hewitt Eric Nazuortli,' Underhill !
'rum .Hiiiiii.v GeorgeVulson in '
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Bradford High' 'Band has scored members the first semester to 47 nov iri; fin explains. ,
ContestFour
straight superiors the highest rating With a double period the fir 5t At Solo Ensemble 4 I Ina
"in the Florida Bandmaster's District Bradford High band memberswon I, ..
BUS Band Wins
'\i Festival. superior ratings Feb. 25 in the ..
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semester band members I 'r
l Azalea Festival Contest '\
rid Solo and Ensemble Contest at the ,u
At the Festival at Gainesville High this their semester one credit the allowed ones in taking band bar a ]d'' In Paltka March 3 the BUS bandut' t University of Florida. ,, !f. :. :,; \ '''i''yvyy '

:,School last weekend, .the now are doing it for the fun, of it, points o ,' took first place In the Azalea Festival j ,,,;,r.., '. '""
47-member BHS band played "Old Woodfin.X Band Contest,over area bands, In- :Winning BHS band members were i1.,: c. ..t.! "
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.they haven't ever seen, tneh playlhe'tunes s y8ar7' Director''tVoodlinpoui( Its The band 'received $300 first place r, 6 19M Haltmir Cantle Im ?J {
" for ,judge They have three out, and there is an influx of new bal 1d prize money and got $200 traveling -Shaun Schmidt,an oboe solo. J ,"
"minutes to read then play. students a result the band play sd money from the Palatka Jaycees, I Bobby Frampton a trombone solo 1
'I less difficult tunes this year and tl he sponsoring organization for a pro- Richard O'Steen a snare drum a
)If The win qualifiesUhe band to comi"pete .. youngsters had to struggle to get itable trip says Director Woodfin solo. '' Clark's1078 + "% "
i at the state level the second quality sound. Normally the Bl:1Sa I ; Contestants played a solo for a
;weekend in May points out. Bandmaster band plays compositions of,4 and 5 In Palatka, the band marched in the' judge who gave a rating of superior, "
-' Mike Woodfin. levels, but this year stuck! to the, r eAzalea Festival parade.. excellent! / good, and poor. Edwards Rood Plato $fork I*n .

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Frank Hoover with Friend at First Studio on So. Walnut St. Joe Hoover (right) prepare to take off In Ford coupe with Dr.Coffee of Arcadia.The vine-covered: red brick
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this week to planned Improvement of '
the downtown historic business district. ,
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.,' Marian Long, of Starke, from George W. r
,' Ricks.After restoration it will be used as a
1 .f 'shop by Mrs. Long.,an avid collector. .of an-
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,,-,. This project will be In keeping with plans '
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make Call Street more attractive in order .
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r Al, and 16. It 'Is hoped that purchase and ". ,..,
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stimulate Interest on the part of other properly
owners'' in restoration and other
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Mrs. Long said she had always admiredthe 1 late
spring. The R.F. Demorest was a
F Ft building,constructed about 1905 and member of this company and finally settled
considered herself lucky to obtain it since ;" 'j here
permanently residing with his
several other prospective buyers had been family on Park Place.In .
( interested in it. She hopes to restore the
.I building as it was when Joe and Frank 1I the days before modern photographicfilm
Hoover had their studio there, and also ) ,as we Know it, the Hoovers used glass
display some of their old photographs. I plates coated with light-sensitive emulsion
The Hoovers were in business in Cedar on which to catch their images. These
(l Key during the hurricane, fire and tidal plates were loaded, singly, in a boxlike
; w' wave that destroyed most of the town in Call and Cherry Streets, the present location camera mounted on a tripod with the
1896. They'lost most of their photographic of the building. photographer as well as the''' camera
Portrait of two beautiful women Illustrate equipment'as a result and decided to leave They were true artists'of photography.Each covered with a black hood to keep out the .
the Hoover skill In posing their that area. : "sitting" was a lengthy affair as light. Then the subject would sit very still
subjects artistic celling yl I As very,foui18-ment.hey.would traVoTni u.Ahey tookJ"ireat.,.pains,...to, .po e.,.theilj; .uniil"h<-plcture wae-*strucku because
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..w.. __ ___ .__._-.. .....__ SlwO."nw"ro_ 's :: ., ._...... .,. 1''i i i I from town to town in this area netting up a.i:>.rcustomers.to.tG the best advantage,sand were each*h t required.d tlm I S tetI.:
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for several week*)) fore moving oil tome trait presented the subject iirthemost flattering Cedar the
I Ilitsa: ..... .,.. \ 'tie;t town.On>e>f the towns on their circuit light. Their ,fame soon spread, Key Gulf Coaster in February of
EDITORIALS + 14' 1898:
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:It. was Starkei which they evidently found to throughout area, many menu
I be a good. iarket for their photography women and children came to Starke from "The Hoover Bros., of Lake and
I: .and they settled here permanently around Jacksonville Gainesville and other near- brothers of Mrs. G.M. CitYi this
the turn of the century. by cities to pose. place, arrived last Saturday from Starke.
,, *" Their first studio here was a small frame Some of their best models were actors After a week's visit here, they will go by
l I The Two Front-Runners building on S. Walnut Street, between the and actresses from the old Williams Stock boat to Bradenton. It will be rememberedthat
present location of the Magnolia Hotel and Company which used to winter in Starke Hoover Bros. were here during the
the Florida Theatre. In 1905 they bought and present comedy dramas under a big storm of September 1896,in which they lost
i It Super Tuesday proved anything it sure a better future for the nation by ,.the property on the northwest corner ofCounty rent here before starting out on tour in the most of their photographic outfit.."

was that the Democratic presidential correcting the mistakes of the past and 'r

i race now has two front runners who are the present. lie appeared capable and <"i

so close in the polls and primary ..vicstories sincere, and the voters yearning for a
i' change though they knew not what or Agent's Notebook BC : ;
that neither can claim to have the nouatyAgeAgentter I Iit's
.party's nomination inthe.ba: his message.
I Hart
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i Gary Hart's stunning upset in New several very different constituencies ,. the time of ;year to do some spring winter.Most Evergreens including plants ing now you may lobe more of the plant
W Hampshire catapulted him onto the across the nation, refusing to, be .', cleaning in your landscape. And, that like Podocarpus, Ligustrum, Hollies, and than you have to. By waiting until new
front covers' of Time Newsweek, and categorized as liberal, conservative, or,' means taking care of the routine pruning Wax Myrtle can be pruned anytime. But,. growth begins, you can'tell how much of
; U.S. News Some of his supporters were moderate, If he should eventually'get: .of your ornamental plants. Usually, you it's best to prune before growth starts in the plant will recover. And, even the small
to rid of un-. the
'' prune landscape plants get spring. branches which obviously have been killed
'" that he would have the
even predicting the nomination his ability to inspire the' to benefit the of the'
wanted growth, part should be left on the plant until spring.
nomination' sewed up after the March people and stir them to rally behind him ) remains after pruning, and to' They can: help protect the plant against
I primaries Were' over, lust as Walter will stand him in good stead at a time improve the appearance of the plant. Pruning Shrubs'Shrubs further cold damage.Use .
Mondale's organization hoped he would when it is conceded by most observersthat Pruning Isn't the.moat complicated{ thingin hand shears or loppers, not hedge
setback the world. But. it's important to do it : 4 clippers for pruning smaller branches.
.before his in the New England the present occupant of the..White right. that doom in Die summer and Shears will crush and mangle larger bran

voting. House will be hard to beat. That is Pruning is ari important part of good fall plants like Hibiscus. Roses 'and .ches, instead of cutting them away.So,geta
But in spite of Hart's fantastic surge largely because there are no dramatic cultural care of:your landscape;A varietyof Oleander also should be pruned before the pruning saw.for these. Undercut large-
I from darkhorse to possible front runner issues to excite the voters at this stageof specific situations call for pruning.And, >I first flush of growth in the spring. But, branches so they don't tear away long sections
position in recent weeks it is still too the campaign. if you don't do it. your landscape plants i there is one very Important exception to. of bark when they fall. Make sure all
won't grow or look as good as they could. these recommendations.And that Is prun- cuts are smooth and flush with the remain-
soon to count Walter Mondale out. lieEstill But in 1984, the issues although justas This week I'll describe some of the situations ing to remove cold-damaged limbs and Ing branch or trunk. Jagged edges invite
has a lot going for him plenty of serious, or even moreso than those of where pruning is necessary and talk branches.For insects and disease problems. Finally, be
experienced staff, and an extensive about the best times to do it. this, wait until after new growth
i money the past, are not the type to arouse sure to use pruning paint on all cuts more
r organization that has been in place voters because they have not yet touched The most obvious' time to prune is wood if a starts in the spring. If you do heavy pruiv-; than one inch across., .
has dead, weak. or damaged ,
plant
for a or more in all the most impor-
year and not '
most of them personally are or wood that's infested with insects or a
tant states. immediate threats. Such things' as disease. Transplanting Is another time
The impressive Hart Victories in New budget deficits, the fate of Lebanon, the when pruning is needed. When transplanting in I
I England changed the character of this situation in Central America, and the' ,prune the foliage to balance the top of Forestry Bradford County..
:race almost overnight, ensuring that nuclear all seem far the plant with its root system. Rejuvenateolder -. ., -
threat of war landscape pruning -- .
: ,the contest for the Democratic nomina- removed to the individual voter who has away plants some of in the your old stems and by branches. by David Norton .and with prescribed burning. '

tion will be a hard-fought battle right other more pressing problems,to deal This will stimulate new. more vigorous .;.. Bradford. County Forester. Other 'techniques for lg deer
through the big primaries in Illinois. with. Therefore, President Reagan obviously -, you want Prune to make a acertain shape 'You'can )have Umber production and'a habitat are available and differing techniques -
Pennsylvania, and New York. hopes to sweep these 'issues it to. If you want good white-tailed deer population in your will produce different results depen--
Mondale's hopes for early victoriesover under the until after the November or size pruning 'is essential. And, finally pIne plantation If you are willing to 'ding on the size, ol.the area ycu have to
rug make a plant produce more
his if realized prune to manage both properly research has manage. For'more' information you can
running mates
elections.: : flowers or fruit. shown that management of pine plantations -' contact the Lake City office of the Florida
would have given him several months in Mondale, due perhaps to overconfidence Deciding when to prune can be confus- is highly compatible with deer.Production Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
which to consolidate the party, was accused earlier of being ing. In our area we can grow so many different coats of favoring deer habitat can '
strengthen ties 'to his defeated opponents bland and presenting an easy-going Image plants that it's impossible to pick be minimal because the same management "
one right time to prune everything. You' increase timber) Letters:
and concentrate on strategy tor that lacked what it takes to inspirethe can do light trimming anytime. But, the growth practices can also enhance that conditions.for :-
: win over: 'President' Reagan in electorate. But. after his losses in best'time for* major pruning depends on white-tailed deer. Poorly managed pine Young People Thanked
November. But now this advantage is New England he came out swinging and the kinds of plants you have. plantations very poor deer habitat.! For Kindnesses
I gone and Mondale has lost great deal' is trying to sharpen his image by better Most flowering plants should be pruned The formula for more deer and more To Fender
of valuable timev beliefs,'and his right after they flower. Deciduous plants,' timber is a three to four year burning rotation Family .
defining his political like Sweet Gum, Crape Myrtle, and many needed oasis. l'
with thinning on an as and burial of my
*, It.is. true that,the early primary dates remedies for budget deficits, defense of our fruit trees go dormant during cold Prescribed 'burning 'and thinning for '''brot During er.in-law the ,aeauv James'' Floyd Fender
were set by the Democratic "establish overspending and foreign. trade im- weather and need to be pruned in the timber improvement are the major praytices there "re BO many kind acts of love expressed
ment' in' the Mon, to improve deer habitat while "
hope benefitting balance. promoting to his wife and children 'including
dale who was expected to win themeasily Although Super Tuesday left us still in Umber growth.HowtBurning those from a group of young people that
thus preventing any darkhorse'' doubt as to who will eventually be the increases production and the family feels should not be overlooked.We .
Improves palatability (a big word for so often hear the bad things that our
from emerging later to threaten his Democratic nominee, there is no doubt s taste) of plants that deer prefer to eat, It (teenagers do, but to seldom do we hear
front-runner position. It was believed that according to exit polls taken in the also ,improves. the nutritional" value ,of about the good things.During this time of
that this would enable Mondale to lock early primaries, that the' war-peace : 'UMM particular plant sadness, 1 was amazed to tee the numberof
up the nomination by the end of March.' issue is one of the 'concerns bf' Dew forage also increases dramatically young people& that came to.visit,brought
the first commercial thinning of a and and b'
after sent card flower, stood:
food
But a, funny ,thing' happened on the the .American people; Whichever .candidate Fours:; tl.i '.State capitals'Cr. pine ptawtatiwu The at which the first, 1 the bereaved family in offering their. help
way to 'the polls. A ',quiet guy by the can be more convincing in assuring iwnd after pr..l- ;:'fhlniiW of a pine plantation will occur in any way they could be used .
1 'naMe of Gary Hart, described as "a that communications will be reopened .dents! ,Jsokson Mississippi;:, i vMMMMl on such factor M: IOU coed, Yea,we do still hav an outstanding and

so-mewhat aloof outsider, in between the superpowers,on this 'Llncold NobraekaJaWenon. .'tMnuwbwof L wipIa todandtiM,. : car.roup of young. people Let'a,sup-

'Washington" caught the..fancy of the, issue, will be the,. one likely, to get the .City..J'Whwourl;. $ *di ory" !Idfciratote* ref tile.time.timber.to thin pin ftoffM'dtaa**.deer*habitat of the is''\ pof.'t- a ,

I', vetoes-, with Ma. tall of.f new. i<4eas" to.In. strongest; backing in November,'*:;:1i\< .': ,',.Wisconsin..,> ;.. ', :. reeUvelr'e! after. ;the first thinning. Keystone. Huts ,
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Luncheon March 22

: Eastern Star "'$t. Pat't, Day Party Dlann Douglas, Bradford County

., I.. Supper March 17 Friday,March 16 Extension(Agent hi Home Economics,
l' ., will present a program on nutrition at
:N'; : 'y 1 Starke Elks will' the Seuior'cover'ed-disb luncheon on
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i., In the Masonic n. by and Henry Spear All seniors are Invited to bring a
All Masons aFnd their families are' will be furnished. 'covered disjoin their friends-and
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Antiques and Collectibles Available for Every Taste,..
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The Starke Woman's Club Is sponsoring their second treasures like this display of tine silver at the Bradford
annual Antiques and Collectibles Show and Sale this, County Fairgrounds, Friday through Sunday. Adml-:
weekend. lon is 11.50 and entitles the purchaser to a floe door
Everyone IS Invited to come out and view'the lovely prize. T .

; "' Senator Bill GrantAppreciation '

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i The First Baptist Church of Starke akl fell.in soft gathers to a double wreaths wrapped In peach rtbtw na : Saturday, ,
was the setting for the marriage of row of lace and a hem of matching and Ivory, laces were hung on the ',>
Miss Cynthia Louann Canova, schiffli and lace. The gown featured a doors. The tables were covered with 6:00: PJVI.OldFashioned .
,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George, chapel-length train. She"wore an Ivory lace cloths draped with peach
Alderman Canova, Sr. of Kingsley original hairpiece designed as a halo satin runners matching the fabric of +118 U ) +
fi' Lake, and William Glenn Sexton Jr of miniature candlelight silk flowersand the skirts of the bridal attendants.The ,. ] Family" Fun
son of Mr. and Mrs William Glenn satin leaves
with cascading ;wedding cake was Victorian in '
'x; 'Sexton, Sr. of Selma.Ala:, on Saturday streamers of narrow ivory lace and design and topped with a.miniature ,:, ". ''' '* doggers
.fI' March 10,, 'at 2,, p.m. The peach satin ribbons. She carried an bouquet ,of silk flowers resemblingthose .t' I, ;, ,., :,- ., Bands{
.r i.!': ceremony was performed' 'by ,the arm bouquet of 'long-stemmed silk: carried by the bridal atten' "
J >,;", Reverend S.E.!: Cutnbert of Keystone flowers in various shades of, peach dants. ,i. '' ,' .: ,;r ',; Lyt .. < .: Square Dancing! .
,: Heights in the presence of immediate ivory, candlelight and lavendar In-, .Potted palms"and ferns Were placedat "
:\ : family members and friends: terspersed with ivory baby's, breath vantage points throughout the part
,f. i Vows 'Were spoken before and tied with candlelight laces falling. ty rooms. Miss Lori ,McKinney? .' ::Sh.riff'John. .. Whitehead Farm'
i! background of potted palms boughs ,in, streamers. ? pianist, provided selections;love; -. .
51 of ptnOUa; and cedar with a single'' M;. Sexton served his son as best songs as background'.music: '" ', '
i: ))e4.< J arrangement of roses,tulips, man, Groomsmen,'wore..George ,:A.CanovaJr. throughout the reception hours., .'"' -
n'" azaleas, tiger lilies' and Irises In ., brother of the bride and Family members assisted. in serving' ,.\,. County Road C-.237' South; pf''' take Butler;
,"j, delicate silks Interspersed with ivory Guy Hood of Auburn Ala. Miss each table. Little Miss Sara Kay Sexton' -
' '.'.;.;< baby's breath and adorned with bows Yasuko Montsumera *l"GainesvWe, of Selma. ,Ala,,, cousin of the ar. :' t
,? of candlelight laces. Peach satin bows, attended.the bride as maid of honor: groom, distributed rice bags done in "
i u' tied with candlelight lace marked the Miss Maribeth Sexton of Selma,.Ala., peach and candlelight tulle and tied, .
,'j ?" pew on which the grandparents! the' sister of the groom,and Miss Michelle with ivory lace and peach satin rife
:,. groom's mother and the bride's Sexton. cousin of the groom servedas bon. She wore a halo fashioned after,
,lather were seated. bridesmaids. They in 'those of the bridesmaids.
Prenuptial music was presented by Victorian blouses of candlelight lace After spending some time with their GRANT
, Miss Barbara Loeherr soprano, and over'tissue taffeta camisoles featur- guests, the couple left for a week on
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.,;, Richard Drake, tenor, of Gainesville ing high ruffled necklines and long the coast in Destin,,Flat;after which',
t, '''''\ and Mrs.' Charles Francis, pianist; of sleeves which finished in delicate ruA they will reside in Selma,,Ala. Mrs.
. Starke. Vocal selections by Bach, flea at the wrists, fastening with a Sexton, has accepted thevposition- .
., .,,'' Beethoven, Bohm Brahma, Grieg; Single pearl bottom'With tbese, they organist, of the"Church Street. FLORIDA SENATE
; Uppe and Malotte were Included The wore hand-sewn skirts of peach slipper -' Methodist Church there and Mr. Sexton r / ,
it' #,"organ, processional; and.jrecessuma: ) .satin,fashioned. >with,a 'lath J>ed >. it is employed as a coach at JohnT. ; ,",tearoty/\
by Handel and Wiror wer performed yoke <>./-& cka'i.Morgan, Academyj u. J>i; ,.: .. jj tu
by the bride's mother : 'hens.;dasatlwllot'tiigM> t' *b stir MpjiSejctoniatljegriinddatiBhUsrat' andi& tat4'
U srfi I n The brl given: in manage' bier) waistband? 'Theyw6re peach" satin"""Mrs,, L.A.. Canova,''Sr. ''arid Mr' .and I
father, wore a formal candlelight ballerina slippers decorated ,with a Mrs. J.W. Furlong of Starke;and the
bodice of Victorian inspiration. The fluff of Ivory lace and one single silk great ,granddaughter of Mrs F.G. I
featured a 'high neck and flower,'Their' arm bouquets of long- Hutchinson of Live Oak. Mr.Sexton is
scalloped yoke of tulle with schiffli l Stemmed silk flowers were designed the grandson of Mr: and Mrs. Arthur '
j embroidery to' detail. A candlelight similarly that of the bride. Their Sexton of Montgomery, Ala.-and Mr.
tissue taffeta lined the bodice and headpieces were haloes of ivory satin and'Mrs... Morrow Chance. of,Selma Look fl
skirt adding to the heirloom quality.: flowers and leaves with cascading Out
Soft full-length trumpet sleeves of satin streamers. The wedding was -of-town guest included
embroidered tulle and lace finished Ina ( under the direction of Mrs. Rick. members of the families and close CaptatNEW '
fluff of lace schiffli i embroidery.Thersoftblousonshaped Stephens. friends from Gainesville, Jacksonville
bodice attached. A reception honorln the couplewas and St.Petersburg,Florida, and at
to a'-natural waistline edged in lace given by the bride's parents at'' Auburn Montgomery, and Selma your
and finished in a' bow of lace. The the Starke Womans Club.. Grapevine. Ala,

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l Michelle Mute,'' .

Michael Altar New OfficersJosephine Did You.Know- ,
Raley Society ", .. .
To Wed March 24 'T i" ,, < tyalkW.of Franklin, va'twas.;' Those from Starke taking the Bob .\-,
bus
Shannon.guided trip to EPCOT .+
Jest'Thtllsda1 overnight
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Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Muse of Regional ffospital.last week for back
presided at the meeting of St. Ed along used eye glasses, large print Moncrief. were: Mrs. Aurelia Byrd Mr.
Starke announce the approaching ward's Altar Society held in the Readers' Digest, religious books, us- surgery. and Mrs. Al Crosby, Mrs Doru
marriage of their daughter, Michelle, parish hall Tuesday evening, March ed postage stamps, bed sheets and Mrs. V.J. Spengler attended the Lamb, Mrs. Flossie Prescott, Mrs, I
Miss Theresa
to Michael Douglas Raley, son of Mr. 8. Campbell's labels for works of Ward of Westfield, School Board meeting in Joyce Rlherd, Mrs. Hazel Richards,
and Mrs. Douglas Raley of Theressa. Altar Chairman Betty Dazinski It was decided to hold the Annual mercy. Mass., is spending Mar. 14-20 with her Tallahassee Legislative last Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Travette Smith, Mrs
The wedding will take place Satur uncle and aunt, Mr.a nd Mrs. Kenneth Thomson Mrs.' ::1
thanked Mary Brown and Mary Gassy Senior Citizens Dinner on April 29 at 4 Wednesday, Marjorie Jane
day, March 24, at 3 p.m. in Madison for doing altar care during March; p.m. in the parish hall. Snow. Trawick,Miss Lillian Stump and Mr
Street Baptist Church with a recap Peggy Shaller and Ordy Greenly Mrs. Lou Struth spent last week Helen Stevenson. j
tion following in the church Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Reese of Silver
volunteered for altar in On behalf of the
care April. Mr.and Mrs.
nominating committee with her son and family,
Fellowship Hall. Loris Meece was a special guest at Pauline Oeschger Springs, Md., were Friday luncheon and attended '
announced Rod and Charlie
Struth In Plant City, jack Burdette Riddle i
of
All friends and relatives invitedto guests their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
are the She the
meeting. explained her work following slate to
attend. serve as officers Herbert Thomas.Mr. the Strawberry Festival were first place at Duplicate Bridge ."
with the aging and handicapped patients of the Altar Society during 1984 and Tuesday night, March 6; tieing for second
in foster homes. It was decided 1985: President, Muriel Gilhooly; and Mrs. O.L. Haynes and daughter were Aurelia Byrd and Ruth ;?
Mrs.; Gene Ross in
that the Altar Society would sponsor a Vice President, Eloise Jones, Mountain View Mo. last were Anne and Mrs. Charles Darby of; Merlie and Lucile Green and Mar- .
St. Mark's lenten party for 20 of these people on Secretary Scoggins Saturday to Stark and,Mrs. Marcia Welch of
i jorie Thomson.
the Thursday to attend the funeral of his
Program ContinuesIn March 25 in parish hall. Treasurer Sophie;: Klmutis. Savannah, Ga., spent the weekend at
mother, Mrs. Dorothy Ross Tuesday
Plans were made for attendance at Following the meeting on St. Simon's! Island. Mrs. James Montuoro and

conjunction with the Lenten Program the Gainesville Spring Deanery refreshments were served by the daughters of Tampa and Mrs.Maxine
Meeting to be held at St. Madeline'sChurch hostesses, Ruth. Meng and Sallye Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey and Worth Texas
sponsored by St. Mark'sEpiscopal Half of Fort were Fr-{
In High Springs on March 25. Scoggins. Mrs H.M. Richarde visited.Mrs. weekend
Church, the following son of Tampa will spend the day and Saturday visitors of their :
Helen Wallace in Jacksonville
films, from a series by Dr. James the weekend. over with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W.S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin. I
'Dobson entitled "Focus on the Fami Haas
ly",will be held this week. The public
is cordially invited to attend. A free- PLAY PANTRY PRIDES BRAND NEW GAME!
will donation will be taken up to help ODDS CHART

cover the cost of the program. f=untoplayl ,,. '
Wednesday, March 21: "Shaping Easytowini J} yy N" ODDS Effective Feb. 25, 1 D84.i;, .\
the Will" March 28 "Christian OdtovMi Odd.with
OddswWi
; NumfcM
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Fathering'1:; April 4, "Origins of Self.Doubt" e s} ,/ +' r ','s Value S2000 d 38Priaa ?><> TfckM,' 3.20'1 13TMwtaI 32.554 I :118,277 Ie: TV*..a

and "Peer Pressure and Sex VV' (1000 ur 1'141.h<5 1"10(151(! 13426/
uality"; April 11, "The Lonely a ''' 9' 1100 979 1'18.r..e 11302 1861
7133 193,1 1"U8 189
Housewife" and "Money, Sex and U 110 Iratanl 13!&> ,", ,1.220 '194 ]a45 1
Children". ATOTAhOF' SI reNd '131189 1129: I 1117.
Total 152962 1108 183 112T..I :

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\9 5000 Caan Rues. .,&.000 Gland PnmToul .
Wedding Party Honored 'Sweepstafcaa Entnee: 1 out of avary 9 lie*cell ointaniweepatakM I
f en,.V maikw Odds ol winning a___prIZe
With Fish Fry oopona on ine number ol......aufcrnmad. i
IN CASH PRIZES! Bingo Boninu*available at 98 Partly Prtda StonM,totaled In 4
Florida, 4 stone in Soutnem GacxnU.and 19 Nave In EaalamVlnnna I
George A. Canova, Sr. of Kingsley Game ft actiadutod to page.Febniaiy 1. 1984 and and ,
Lake hosted a fish fry on Saturday ''p FIRST PRIZE ,May,1984 HOMMT.it officially andi upon dntnbutnn ol all. r'tlckol.
Dmoo ..When lha.total number ol appro**}winnan o)any
morning March 10, honoring William 1 S IN OUR ol the gama pun(aa ael Ions in in*odd Haiti it achlavad, r. "r
Glenn Sexton, Jr., fiance of his than,that weccllc|p XU!calegoiy lI b ?twmHaled without i .
GRANDSWEEPSTAKES 'further""u"...AN"pure mat,M ciamiad wlhin 'G day*altarIwmmatKXi '
daughter, Cindy. aa announced,n our aovartlaamant X they will be y ,
Guests included male members of ''arfeo''''''..This promotion may ba npeated.OCO8 J
the wedding party and male membersand PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.. MAR. DRAWING! EFFECTIVE Fabruaiy 25 19641GREEN

friends who were in town for the 13 THRU WED.. MAR.,21. 1984.
weekend. Approximately 28 men and
boys enjoyed the affair.
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Cindy Canova, whose mar-
riage to Bill Sexton was an event of eorweI BUY,
Saturday was honored at a
bridesmaids brunch Saturday at 10

a.m. at Econo-Lodge given by Mrs.
R.A. (Buzzy) Green and Mrs. R.A.

Green, Sr.
The U-shaped tables were covered e I y I Ieor

with pink and white cloths. The head GIANT II i .
table was centered with an arrange-
ment of pink carnations,white spirea MUSHROOMS RED DELICIOUS
and baby's breath. Down the length of GREEN BEANS

the side tables were pastel colored .;.' 16oa PReMCH QR REGULAR CUT (s tect YOUR"owiso; .
African violets collared with paper.
lace doilies tied with pink tulle bows.
Bridal place cards marked the 49

seating arrangement for the 30 guests
which included 20 out-of-town guests., A t

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honoree with a cut glass bowl as a SAVE 4O PKR LB SAVE 3O

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BirthdayCheri (1..5:OFF LABEL YELLOW JUICY

Hilliard, who was five years vlgo Rice .' ", . ,,.4P1., Noodles, =< ., 6/1 Sunklst Lemons 12199Fresh Radishes = 14e.axcv .

old March 8, celebrated with many ASSORTED P TRVPA A88TD "WA BUTT : II.

1 friends at a birthday party March 10' Royal Gelatin > .4Is1 Paper Towels "=. 2/99 Fla. Grapefruit 511 Acorn squash .. I.a gJlf'nCORN' *.
at McDonald's. Cheri Is the daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hilliard of CRACKERS'SALTED OR UNSALTED ,' CANADIAN NGg7S/wEBTERN j'

Starke. Muffin Mix . ee..4ls1 Sunshine Krispy e; 79utabagas. . ,2o Eating Pears .'La49riJiI :
Games were played and prizes
OR THIN' '
given out before the honoree opened & Oo;* C r ;
79 $14 i
her many gifts. Spaghetti. Blsqulck BAKMOMX ''. Green Cabbage La4gsselSproutS La79*
Among those attending were her '
WITH CHEESE PACKED
maternal grandparents,Mr.and Mrs. Kraft Pizza . *1 60 FRENCH'SIdaho 19 Asstd.Greens f'RE8HDALYCEU.O 99* PICK YOUR OWN ,
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Porter, Stephanie and Kevin Porter,
aunt and cousins of the honoree

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Mr. and Mrs. Brad Carter and son .1 Mrs. Alma' J. Fellcetty and' )begreat .
,( MM Wilbur,Barry of Pen- of Arcadia spent.the weekend with his aunt,Mrs. Beulah Johnson,wilt\".1 c Guardian Program meeting, on Wednesday' March 7,
sacola'.spent the weekend With'heir parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maxler Carter, fly home March 16 tojoin their famlf.;:It' '< Sponsoring Brunch which met at the home of Mr*.
parents Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Barry in Jr. ly, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Johnson-''Jr.. .? 'Barbara Thomas" Weisgerber l in Keystone Height.
Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. J.C, Hobbs They will be given a welcome home .
The Guardian Ad
Utem
In Stance. Mrs Tommy Chastain returned program
Celebrates ,
dinner March 25 at the residence of, Birthday
in '
conjunction with the'Alachua
Friday after eight days business. trip A.R. Johnson, Jr. All relatives and County President Mr*. Herbert Thornna
iMr. and Mrs. J.E. to Atlanta. Barbara Council on Child Abuse, Inc. and presided over the where
Hardy returned friends and Invited to attend. Thomas celebrated hers meeting
Bennlgah's Restaurant
Sunday after eight days visit with ,. 10th birthday Sunday afternoon when will sponsor plans were made to observe Confederate -
'their daughter"and family Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin' spent her mother, Mrs. Wesley Thomas, a St. Patrick's Day Brunch at Bennigan's Memorial Day at the April 25
.Mrs. Gene Ivey, in New Orleans and last week at Sannibel Island, L,. gave a party for her at their home on in Gainesville on Saturdayand meeting. A moment of silent\ prayer

attended I. the Mardi Gras .' ..;( ,,\! Clark; Street. a.m.Sunday to I March, 17 and 18, from.9 welded In memory of Gladys)
p.m.
.< ::, tl. The six children played games with
Tickets for the brunch
Arrival are $7.00.
M Stephanie Sanderson of Gainesville 'New prizes: : between the hours of 3 and 5
.., I, .. Contact the Guardian Ad Litem'of.Tice .
Mrs. Weisgerber the
spending this week presented -
with her grand- ,. .. t p.m. followed by refreshments. 374-3656, Mrs. program
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parents, Mr. and Betty Jennings, on antiques displaying kitchen
Mrs. The
S.G Denmark Mrs. Levon Andrews returned last party rooms were decorated 378-0602, for advance tickets Tickets
*n tMr. and Mrs. M.J. Sanderson.. Tuesday after 2Mi weeks with her and streamers. The utensils used in bygone days with explanations
son- 'j\\JenniferjLnellenFrees' will also be available at door.
;:/ l/.l/5 the
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in-law
.: ,. '.- "and daughter! Mr and Mrs. r ;,. .. table was covered with a
Mrs. Janet Turner' of Starke' and.' ,;, .PatrickMcKay. :; and baby. son' '. In. In-. .' Mr. and Mrs. Don Frees of Melrose;, ', strawberry shortcake cloth and. Weeks UDA ChapterHas glassware.Information 'on china and
.dependence, IwoMr'and Jen-S centered with a birthday cake
announce the birth of a daughter,
lM-uand Grover
I their' Howard ,". *r > ; : <,i I decorated with a Cinderella on top. Antiques Program
.elebrated alter Luellen, born March 3 Jn
mother
Mrs.
James'Barren's ; The social hour followed with
: ; Mrs George Brown spent Alachua General Hospital 't' "i Ii! ,; 1I f
birthday > : '
on Sunday at the 11 the Mrs. refreshments being served by the
Franklyn Weisgerber
weekend. in' Lakeland visiting t .
Is 'Mrs
,nome, of Miss Kay Turner. Paternal grandmother } hostess assisted by,her guest, Mr*.
Mrs. A.W Landon ,Charlotte Frees of Starke. "' I presented a program on Antiques at .
Buford Mitchell
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1ore Winners! By Phone.488-1913 Dolores, Meng




,f; YpuVe got to play in order to win! Wedding'Congratulations'Anniversary.to Lynn and..Lillian

II'I Hall who celebrated their SWh wed-
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Sunday, they were guests of the
''Econ -Lodge in Starke in observanceof
i I the event. '


L Lill Barbergators Performance.,

,I Chris Connell son of Mr. and Mrs.
Medford Connelly performed with the
I I Barbergator' Chorus at the P.K.
It Yoncs Auditorium in Gainesville en
''Friday and Saturday nights. He also
t Kevin steiuTorrwtoe- Sandra LM Konnetri C,
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Janglnaeveralquarietarrangementsduring
Charles' Stay sterhaue I V W.F. Mulier CookWON Wins U Martin PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., MAR. the performances.Hospitalized. .
Ol't $2000 WON $1000 WON $100 WON 9100 S1OO WON $1OQ WON SIOO 15 THRU WED.. MAR. 21., 1984.

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Nate Hall is a' patient at. North
ST. PATRICKS DAY TB6t BOIYtlSb
BuY.versa. Florida Regional Hospital. In
Gainesville.
CORNED BEEFBRISKET 'Betty Watkins also hospitalizedat
the .North Florida Regional

= Hospital, We wish them a speedy.
'recovery.

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ear Visitors. \

Beverly and David Wanner and Jeffrey
r spent the weekend with her
parents and. family Mr and ,Mrs?
Paul Meng..
Mr. and Mrs. Randy' Scoggins,.
r April and Erik, enjoyed Sunday afternoon
at Goldhead Branch State Park.
Joining them for a picnic dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sistrunk, Tract.
and Elise;of Quitman, Miss

Birthdays.. ..

Angela Tina and Carrie Meng

enue celebrated their birthdays which occur
near the same time on Sunday at
the home of their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs.Francis Meng.Among those
J t attending the family party were
Eugene Meng! of Orla ndo ;Madonna

.. ... ,.,, Gilbert and Rita'Meng of(Gainesville\ ,.
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........,.. ........ CHECK COMPARE 'CHECK THESE Bagwell on March 13. Harold Waterson
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\ SPECIAL MA FULLY COCKED MM. FWTVeR" REAOV TO COOK Donald Roberts on March 15.
BUTT OR SHANK POPmON' AJS80RTBD VARIETY Bessie Halek a former Hampton
ft I KiNeens I POTATO SALAD on
J Smoked Hams: ,. .. mEXCELLENT ft_ _. Breaded Patties :rw 99-. ColeSlaw .. ,. =.s119 ftft..I- March resident 22., will She has be 72 resided years at of Whispering age on-

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Beef Neck Bones. .. ta:1 'PLORENTVM8Stuffed Flounder.". =' $130 Turkey Ham ".. := $130 'TAOF'ICANAOOlDN'PUAI .wA, .;itO: ( the past nine years. She would enjoy

I OrangeJuice .,' hearing and visiting with some of her.
CUMBERLAND SMOKED OR' -78' CELLO 1-_.......-....-..2'.1. ...............' ..; ,,. J .:,BKEf 'i': "+, .. 'f./ friends at this time.Hampton ..

Polish Sausage. .. u>ti 1. FLOUNDER OR RED SNAPPER .$1' Jumbo Franks ... $1511. Vegetable Spread : *1 70 Elem. School
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Ground Chuck rte.to$ 89 MROLOUI sn LYicca powen PACKChicken SUpBO NQUES T9 Bee.. .ln the Bee I
u .? $1711 1 Spelling ; Spelling
$1118; Franks Kraft Velveeta as
Fklh CakeS manac* :,:: hat the school on March 7.the winner
U.S.D.A. CHOICE ORATED was declared to be 5th grader
JIMMY
FAMILY SKB PKO.: $ 99, PICRta' PEELED Beef 1 ; "- Sausage '. ; a
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wL.ILe- .e I.l .. Cindy Frey 7th grade and secCOdrunnerup. :
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Other participants were flUb
graders Aimee Hodges Danny Manx
Terri Ann Brown, KING SIZE Sixth'graders' participating were

Allison Archey, Angela Mitchell, Cindy -
DavisCheryl Thoas and Misty
z c' / Koehler,.Those participating from the
raw, venue WYw 0 seventh grade were Terrl Kennan;
.oW Michelle, Robinson and Denny Darley
Judges for the spelling bee were
.principal Connie Clark,seventh grade
teacher Sandra Sanders, and sixth

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Bradford Baseballers edged two "These were the first wins for us Brown was the winning pitcher in the Chaff singled to left center on a full ,: "'.?a1L .',.. 'i,.r:>..."..
district opponents In pressure-packed and them being district games makesit Keystone game. count: pitch, allowing Wagner to go to .... .
1-0 decisions over Clay High and that much sweeter' says BHS "Steve battles you all the way. He third. Then Jason Bennett hit a shot -- "- i ,
Keystone Hel$hts. Baseball Coach Mike Hartley. has a way of not giving up the big Inn- Into right center for. double to allow Through',the Loop... .I.r.\}! :( .' :-,' .
The two wins upgraded the Tor- Hartley predicts that Clay andKeystone'will ings," says Hartley. Wagner to score the winning run. Darcia Wells gets a good shot in the frisbee throw at the Special Olym1'pies. : :
nadoes record to 2-5 In regular season be the toughest com- This was the first high school win The same pattern followed in the last Friday! See special picture)lay-outInU B-8 the>
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petition in Districts. for Jones. He gave up only 3 hits, had Keystone squeaker. Brown only gave .Telegraph. ., ": ," ,' ." ** < .: ,'J.'" f" :
play.Last five strike-outs and surrendered three up one hit,a bunt single during the entire i' : ( :. .6th.M'i' iL,:'f )",": j.:-' ;".t; "';",
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Thursday night, March 8, BHS "I felt like if we could split with walks. Jones leads the BHS squad game.'I have been waiting for ,,' t."
defeated Clay 1-0 in eight innings then these two teams we would be able to with an earned run average of 2.11. Gerald to have a game like this for a "
edged Keystone 1-0 Bradford get a bye in the first round of The winning run was scored when long time" says Hartley. .
Tuesday night, March 12, district." says Hartley. with one out, Robert Carver walked Brown struck out 12 batters and
fell 4-0 to tough St. Augustine.' All Freshman Steve Jones was the star and Darrell Wagner was put in to run walked only three during the game.In Lady Tornadoes Beat :
three games were home. pitcher against Clay and Gerald forhim., After out number two Andy the bottom of the sixth inning, .
lUck Welch: walked and Doug Sam-
mons then hit a ground ball to short '
stop, who made a high throw allow-
ing Welch to progress to third Interlachen Lake Butler ,
,With runners on first and third, F..;,
Jimmy Schoening hit a line drive
straight to Indian pitcher Bruce Har- Bradford High girl's tballers up- lead the Lady Tornadoes in the w'
vin, who caught the ball and tried to ped their record to 6-3 this week with over Lake Butler. She also had foi a'\
double Sammons but the throw was ,wins over Interlachen 'and Lake runs.
high, allowing Welch to score the winning Butler and 'a, loss' to, tough Middleburg. Other leading hitters I were Llsfc sr
run. Long 2-for-S with' five runs Ha
Saturday: the Tornadoes dropped Tuesday the Lady Tornadoes rolled 2-for-5 with seven RBI's,and Jackso ,",
their third game to Bolles this time 10-3 over Interlachen, Monday they 2-for-4.' "
63. lost 8-3 to Middleburg and Friday beat
"The game was closer than the Lake Butler 15-4. Triple Header Set Tues.
three' run margin'indicated," said Michelle: Brown is leading the BUS Tuesday .BHS' will host a'trip!
) Hartley "We swung the bats better' squad in batting with a .500 average, headerwith Santa Fe and Clay. A<
than we have all season." hitting 14 of 28. ,Next in line is Kelly flop Will start at'4 p.m., when BH
Three fielding mistakes gave Bolles Jackson with a .432 average followedby takes on Clay At 5:15 Santa Fear
three runs as gifts Myra Cummings at... ,412 and Clay with vie and at 6:30: BHS wi
Lucashia Lindsey at'409. play Santa Fe. All girls softba
St. Augustine Tough.., Vonda Kay Hall leads the team in games' are played at the Edwa,
Yellow Jacket pitcher George RBI's with 12 followed by Marla Bed' Road, Sports Complex; '
Kotrady marked up'' 17 strike-outs dish with 14. Hall's batting average'is' Thursday afternoon BHS will t Ink,
against Bradford ,to stun the hitting .298 and Reddish .286. 'on Buchholz at 4 p ra.;
Wt attack: by the Tornadoes in the 4-0 loss )1\
to St. Augustine.An Interlachen Bradford 10
interesting note about the St.. Lady Tornadoes scored: four runs In
Augustine game: Hartley holds the the sixth Inning to put the game away
St. Augustine High School record for against Interlachen.Three home runs
most strikeouts with 18. Kotrady was scored also boosted the BHS score.
only one,away with 17. "I told the' Vonda Kay Hall and Kelly Jackson
players I was at least glad they didn't both hit 2 of 4 with a homer from each. "
let him break my record1 commented Other leading hitters were Lisa .
Hartley. Blackshear and Michelle Brown both
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Brown was the winning pitcher for 2-for-4.:
BHS and gave up only three hits had. ,
five strike-outs and walked only three Bradford:Middleburg 8,
batters. Tony' Diggs led the Tor- The Lady Broncos ,opened in the
t nadoes in hitting with two singles anda first Inning with five, runs;to get a'
walk. Carver and John David Fran- jump on BHS handing tthe Gaon
,j tls addedthe bn1Z other twotjruns for nadoes their> third lost* of t,
: ,., : JLeading hUterSofor.J3HSq.were .I '' ,friar
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Jimmy Shoenlng takes a swing at a : to take on the .Brown 2-for-4.. i h'
fast ball from St. Augustine picture ti.tom. Wildcats then Tuesday travel to Mid- This was the first time' BHS has fell \ '
George Kotrady last Tuesday night In I 1 dleburg to take on the Broncos. Fri to Middleburg. LAVERH OUTLAW .
Starke. r day night's game will start at 7 p.m. General Agent, Starke FloridaLife
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BBS. Netters. Fall to UnionUnion :I

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', ,, 9'Y High boy's tennis team handed ;
w'f Bradford a 5-2 loss Monday, Marc
12, as inexperience continues t f 4)4 plague the Tornado squad.

,4 1r14s Drew, Davis was the only alnglea

1 4', h winner for Bradford winning his k I I
.1r / match 8-4 over Tiger Danny Smith. I
..&* Kevin Johns and Lex Sanders add
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? i1R : match with Michael Taylor and) Jim

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"Inexperience inconsistency .and r
inability to'win the close matches is
t r really hurting us," says BUS Tennis ,
Coach Jerry McGrlff.

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were as close aa 8-6, 4 I,
George Levasser saw .his first action
this season, teaming up with Rick
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Mtl '? j r Braswell in a doubles match. BHS)lost
that match 8.6.Sophomore t'n : .
Jimmy Wilson will bE,
eligible to play next.week, accordin,.
to McGriff.
/,. BUS now stands at 0-2Jn regula' I I

Ready to Roll.... .' ,h\ season play. and 0-1 in District, 8,,.Clas. .? 1

Above Ron tirifll,. of Starke stands beside his pride Friday Qualifying for'the races in single: elimination.".,J.+, 2A This Friday. night, March, 16,. BUS ,
and joy a competition D-gan dragster. Sponsor for Grlffl I IK Gary Massey Chevrolet: !In ./. will travel to Macclenny to take on th
Griffls will be conipetiting In the Gator Nationals this Gainesville, his place of occupation Wildcats at 3:30 p.m., then Tuesday
week, taking Into the metH 10 years of experience., .Fastest time for Griffin the quarter mile run U k.2Last ,'. March 20, the team' will travel'''t( I

year Griffls was i9th In qualifying but dropped with a top peed of 147 miles per hour.,Griffls s ays !he. ,, Gainesville .to play Santa Fe Higl 1 .
a valve and wan eliminated .on the Friday afternoon usually runs in the low "'8, School at 3:30: '
runs. Bud Spears, also of Starke will also be In the'comiteti-!;,',;'' Clay High Is scheduled to vial t: C ;x v7
Griff will be running Thursday, and if wins Will run lion Spears runs In the Super Stock classification. Starke Wednesday, March 21, in t i IIy,1u ..

make-up match at 3:00: p.m. '
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With. a'. portion of 'the Bradford I
63.35; Jackson 64.91; Jefferson 67.45.. /
Track team on a class trip,BUS girl's 330 low hurdles: Hill 44.63.
and boy's teams placed 11th at 'the Boo yard run: McKinney 2:12Thomo;, !
Palatka Invitational Friday 1 March 9. .
2:30'Jenkins 2:36: ; Farmer 2:<44. :
The girl's team took fourth place in Mile, relaySanders, Ru..II/ lane, :
the mile relay with-a time of 4:58 Bellamy, 3:57: ; ,1 ., T CO :; i iro
minutes. That:team was Sylvia 220 yard dasht Johnson 23.50; Lone' If .
Green, Tammy Mann, Wendee. Hall. 26.00; Jackson 2809.,. .OK UUDIJtf
and Michelle Kimutis. Two mil. run T.nnont 3:45..'* S
The boy's only points came in the ; I It
Discus: 7)Stokes) 1160. s < I
mile relay, taking sixth place with a ; !
time of 3:45 minutes. That team was I t : PRO LINE t .' .0' I
Hill BIIS girl's, times and distances:
Tony ,J Lex Sanders Brad Russell,
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and Eric Lane, -, ", Shot put: "Anderson1 '25';' Mann 24'6: : ,
"Some' of our performances' < 'were Green 38'0. ,,.."4' ",.'' ,
fine, but some of the events need a lot. High |lump: Hall 4'4; Denmark 4'0. .. ,
of work" says BBS Track Coach: 110 low hurdles' Hall 20.43' ;; Denmark.
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George Loper.. 21.74. .i ,t\ ., 1 rr.
100 yard dash: Green, 12.09; Barber
BIIS Times and Distances 12.80; Carter 13.49. r..,.. PrIC.. soL5'e r
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Tony QI.431
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High Jump; Robert Bellamy 5'8. .' ;...' .. WA6 7.93 12,884w
Long 'Jump;' Eric Lon. l9.5; Brad ->- yard .relay:' Denmark, Dowling' / M f4b. .. 1. 20.peed n BOX FAN WER96 .

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Wright. J2; Jimmy. Han .r8OI1.J: : ;iHen" Carter DeWItt. ':2'. ,;. ,
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Age determining date is June tl, 1984. T-ball ages are 4-6, small' fry 6-8, ,tr l.r ,KMS
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Augustine Monday night, March 12. You"ve Got 'r.lo.
,1 Palatka High won both the girl's SWEET N LOW
and boy's meet, racking up 104.5 ,
l points for the girls and 136 for the SenorIh.. # I '" SUCARO
boys. P" ",, ; 0#; /'

St. Augustine took second place in ,).r SUBSTITUTE
the boy's events with 77 points followed \ /
by Bradford with 61, and St. 'c'V'1" I,: ,. PACK OP,100. /

Josephs with 12. Over 60? Save; 10% 'i : ,J tfP
BHS girls placed second with 80 : .
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points followed by St. Augustine with on prescriptions "," ;p ecr.d': :: ,.
52.5 and St. Josephs with 15.5. .P' "" 83
Eric Lane broke the BHS track Be v 'tamlns. ?, ;.,..7.'to-. .
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record in the 100 yard dash! going the '.,. ""
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Alan Stokes took first place in the 'f v r
discus throw and second in .the shotput.

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Becky Anderson took a first place _
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Sylvia Green took a first place in the
COM PARE ECKERD BRAND & SAVEECKERO
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and 220 yard dashes. Wendee Hall ad- ,
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BUS girl' times and distances: SUNSCREEN or CNEIZ-UMS! R fl. 1.29
Shot Put: lGreen) 28'2; Anderson 25'3;
Mann 137 Bogle Iff4. SUNBLOCK --- I
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High (lump: Hall Denmark 38. e-oz..SPII 8 or 15 4-OZ.or R !91.to 3,99SPP4.e.8ori5 (: / r
Long lump: Green 1211; Barber 121; Reg.to 3.93 -= 8 8
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100 yard dash: 5)Green) 12.06; Barber '
12.62; Cart.r 13.30: Dowling 13.65; .J
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Anderson 15.77. 1 Compare tq Sundown. iF '"fl1-=" i'0 ;
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Mil. run: 2)Bogl.) 5:52; Klmutli 6:13; =''"': 13' ,

Fussed 6:23: ; D.Witt 6:43.: 853. ""'- '., '",t
440 yard doth: 2)Green) 65.0. .,".... '
330 yard low hurdles:2)Hall) 58.02; Denmark (it
65.57. FI. .w."Jff6'I.
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+ 880 yard run: 1)) Bogle 2:38; 2) Klmutis .s
2:39; 3)) Futiell 2:47; 4)) Mann 2:50. :'
i 220 yard dash: 2)Green) 28.60. COPPERTONE it CHAPS UNSALTED
Two mil. run: IJBogle) 14:05: ; :lFu..1Ij ) .j PEANUTS
14:37.: SUN TAN COLOGNE
On.mil.relay: 2)Mann) 4:41. ccvo 1-OZ. '' ; A:1Role. 8JS-OZ.!
Discus: lAnder) .on67'9. LOTION Of OIL .eoo ". '; 1 e;9 ....,...
4-OZ.
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BIIS boy's times and distances: youi viola I-- :

Shot Put: 2)Stoket) 407; 3JHIII) 390. 29 4" \,'" .
High lump: Jackson 5'2. 2 "
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Long jump:5)tane) 194. :
Discus: 1)Stok) ; Parliment 101'0. '. _
Limit 2 THONGS', --
120 yard high hurdles: 3)HiIII7.03.) .
Mile run:3)T.nnant) 5:11 I;3)Wrlght) 5:24: ; 2 ie244..taol
Handerson 5:26; Jenkins 5:29; Coop.r rp
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5:39 Thomas 5:49; Former 6:41. DIAMON DEB Hjp gg "
440 relay: SJSanders) Bellamy, Russell,. .
.f Lan.44.52. CHILDREN'STYLENOL NAIL FILE ...
f. 440 dash: Hampton 59.27; B. Lan. 61; ,a..ore-
Jackson 62; S..ly 64. ,RBB.t02.25 (
t' 330 Intermediate hurdles: 3)HIII) 45.43. ; a ELIXIR ._._11I ENTIRE STOCK OFNONONSENSE .
Jackson 52.55; :Jefferson 57.47. ,.o=. 49 "ContNM
880 yard run;4)Jenklns) 2:19; 5)Hanker-) :. v7 1 ,
'I to waist
son 224.: ,. c i" : 99 ; "tJ '. "" I ..,, I ,PANTYHOSE "T tV eJ.'r
Mil. medley relay Johnson Sanders. ,; '''''if."',,' '. ; w ./ .: ". 6. II. I

Russell, Tennant 4:06.30.: -
220 dash: Hampton 26.62; 8. lone Limit 35 % OFF

26.88; Seeley 28.31; Jackson 28.51. REGULAR PRICE
Two mil. run: 3)T.nnant) 11:45;
,
4)Wrlght) 12:02: : 5)Jenkins) 12:20: ; Cooper EYLURE
13:47; Farmer 14:14. EASINAILS i .
Mile relay:2)Johnson) Sanders Russell.
lane, 3:43. 0TIPSCOTTON NAIL KIT 2 .
HOUSEHOLD GLOVES
SWABS RC0.KM ,
PACK or soo i a sisals
Strawberry Strollers tl 99

1 To Host Run..... 1 49 499 Compare to

Playtex.
Do
Along with the Bradford County.' -
Fair, another event will be taking. Limit 1 <
the week
place during _

Saturday, April 7, the Strawberry ,AJAX 'CLEANSER _
Strollers Running Club will be host 14-0Z.......... -
their first annual five mile run in

i Starke. fi PRELL I Q' .
I. The race is to begin and finished at COMTREX 2 7

I 1 the intersection' of Walnut and E. LIQUID COLD RELIEVER FOR ,tlI _:
; Call St.
18-CAMULES or limit
; There will also be one-mile"FunRun" f.tM'MPUO. '
a
:. .. .Z TJt9/LtM COMTRE
starting at 8:30: a.m. then the .. _
h"'
five miler at 9 a.m.. 99 9 :
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:. Registration fee for the five mile 1 a' C rEAN 'N CLEAR ,
'I'. run will be$&and$1 for the fun run. aMmDUmlt1 ,

:.i Late Applications registration can will be be picked$8. up at .: Umit2. WxYrNMle11 W.A FLOOR CLiAWSR w ,,<.,. 10 ,," ... ....j. '

the Telegraph, Chub's Sports TABLETS' ,, "' '"
Center, and the BCII Fitness Center '. IuPLtJ 7 1180.,1.9, 1 ','
and can be turned in to the Starke

Recreation Department's Old Arjnorj ,' '.' ,', : 'f.
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Over-all facility.male and female winners : .1" LAVORis: {':' : U VICICSNYQUILNIGHTTIME '
KLEENEX
in the five mile races will be award .
.' ed. First, second and third place :, MOUTHWASH : O. FACIAL TISSUE$
awards will be given out in the follo- I r '( .
24-02.-H 4-OZ,FIFO MEDICINE
:COLDS D!us
weing age divisions: 10 and under, D1.
11-14, 15.18,19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 6-0*., 59
40-44, 45-49, 50-59, and 60 and over. 169 ,Umit 2SELECTED f n
Awards will be given in both men's 259 .
and women's '
divisions.
':." Limit 1 "

Umpire Meeting Set.... ,. ,Limit 2 '
d ', -=. 'f HOUSEHOLD j ,kx 7
!';' Anyone interested In umpiring for : '

the+ city Softball and baseball a,;. .>. .. ,, ,,,' : ,GADGET,, .' I

I',"' leagues meeting March.should.26 attend at 1 p.m.a" special ...' ,''';;''' '. 309"; to40; ; % ,ftlP.F! 7 7/ 1'.io .\:, ''

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\ TUNISANTACID AAPRI:'_ -.' ;. 'REGULAR I RICE r ;

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PHOTO PROCESSING phone 485-1341

IXCWtIWLY"YICkIIID New Graham Minister OrdainedAt


30"AUROER .SLEEVED OLOSSYKODAK Sunday, March 11 dawned bright
PRINTS NEOATIVES PAPER and clear remaining thus for a very
UITRALAa moving experience for a large congregation
PROtESSINO
IS GREAT FOR NEW KODAK YR FIIMI
at the PraIse CbrUtUn
: '". J ,. Assembly Church in Graham.
"I)' The church being too small to seat
) I all embers and friends was set tip as

' ,, ,'t.,.!,"" 1\ ) %I ::::::::::::;: A : A an the Those open church air there grounds.church witnessed in the backyard the ordination of

{ ".:. 1 of J. Richard Cain as a minister
of the gospel,and the installation as
I.).,,' pastor of the Praise Christian

'-".... \"'"'j QUAKER ,,. j"I Assembly Church. Officiating at the
;1'I \ .1': .I ceremony were Rev.Archie Smith of
,,,' Praise Christian Assembly, Rev. An-
"r,"'" J5TATL.MOTOR drew Moon of the Brooker Baptist
"
.. v: Church and .Rev. Edward Moratto
't.f'll
\, and Rev. Richard Cohen, both of
'.. Gainesville. ad-
'" -----'" :Together they
/i i ,GALAXY 12" DELUXE ministered the charges to the can
: QUMER didate and the congregation: and par*
t :,. '" skonvESxl FLOOR PAN ticipated in the laylng-on of hands.
!nn; uw STATE : Following the ceremony, a
u' ( 2299i1111MD1 fellowship dinner, 'prepared by the '
p .
J =fj4J ,ladies of the assembly was placed on
I tables out in the sunshine, buffet
jJ1)( : S Swivels,to adjust airflow. style with plenty of tables and chairs
*
t'" (((( b .II, _. _ present for those needed.

;. ., Rlverland Music Club...
"
;", \. The regular meeting of the
,' '
7 .. \ ,'.,' ... Riverland Music Club was held at the
: 4,1-, ,i.l i.
:, home of.Mrs. T.J. Mann Thursday,
,1" QUAKER STATE GALAXY" ':" March S.During.

ASSORTED SUPER BLEND the business meeting, the
LIQUID OSCILLATING FAN GALAXY' ladles discussed a bake sale to be held
,.'.' DETERGENTSIVORYDAWNJOY Or DELUXE #2130 Reg.27.99' II II at Green's Grocery with the proceeds
VELOCITY going to the piano funds. There was
: MOTOR OIL 22.99Sale::' Price 1+S" FAN also some discussion fore.Sunday
OUR CHOICII 1-QUART afternoon musical to be held May of
e Regs.to1AJ-! 5 OO'> I 'kerd 99 this year.The dub voted to continue a
09.WhileQuantlti 8'3 .Limit 6Whilequantitieslast -In Rebate #2214 voice scholarship,for voice student
i Pam .
1 last No Willingham.The
'17 99 '
special guest speaker was none
YOUr Final Cost
rainchecks. Auto temperature control '
,360" other' than cousin Thelma :Bolin of
Limit 2' rainchecks. Whisper-quletl low energy Usage. circulation Gainesville. Cousin Thelma I is best
known as a participant and"Florida
.' f.WI"I6' Folk Chairman"at the White Springs
Stephen Foster Memorial which 1&
,,SYLVANIA held each year. Cur Thelma told of
COVERED
upcoming plans for the festival In-
ENERGY PINCHER
TABLETOP cluding: theannual"Jeannie"contest
:' LIGHT BULBS2MCK.S3.70or GRILL BQRTZ SOLID ROCK MARSMMAULOW held at the Stephen,Foster Memorial.

I5-WATTSbo.2.DpIr. <*8104 Reg.27.99.Fold ,\ CHOCOLATERABBITS RABBITS & Emily Corbin Celebrates
.
Fifth BirthdayLittle
::2P cu2.39 : CHICKS
,
Emily Corbin'was entertained .
.OOMaU.1I\\ .... + 7 6 oi. on her 5th birthday at a.party'in
J. .. & store ':......* ,4. her f'andparents. home, the Bill
"
3;; 2MCKS1.39 wow .. legs.r- Jones Wednesday evening March 7.

; ,, 69AY Emily and her 14 guests played many
," f II 79. games before the birthday girl open<
.' SELECTED .'Entt.'t. ... .".,tlK. <>.1..ion'-' "-, ed her gifts. Then they were all served .
":
ice
birthday cake cream and
':: HARDBACK punch. Emily is the daughter of Mrs.
,: Phillis Corbin of Brooker.

BOOKS' ,.. Acorn Clinic....

,. .... <: A new program is underway at the
'"'I '.1"R BROCK J! ,/STAR \ Acorn Clinic covered by Medicaid,
w' While quantities j Mr called EPSDI according to the cl1n epersonnel.
..
BIRD/ ; MALTED !I.
,. '''' .-Thl-is screening
t'.tj : idINUINta program
.. / "VI"
\ PiE Y > MGS .. set .for the. ,care o1Yrotmg
bQbfl'.URH Up
... .. IRE"r ," EGGS f' itldrflr.<'! .. I .,, ; Wnrtmmn
.
::: t CMAtSf 't 12OZ.SPtCC Another program, The Fitness
.t.: Reg.28.99 R....42.19 "I Or BLACK IReq.1.71 i Group,will begin classes Wednesday,
'r. FISHING 2 FOR/ March 14, at the clinic.This program
19"29"PLAYMATE I is for those who wish to shed extra
ROD RIOTI ,, ;','P99 pounds.The program, will be scheduled -
every other Wednesday'evening
.30% OFF E& Limit until further notice. Weigh-in time is
REC. PRiCe : promptly at 4:30 p.m. with classes at
Limit 2 S p.m. sharp.
COOLER"city '
Berkley. Ocean
& morel ....'I.. Church News....

The youth week for the, Baptist
YNM1 .d1M ;
'. 14$9'w Association began March 11,and will
/ continue through March 18. Brooker
CARDS Baptist Church services for the 18 will
!': ::' 4QUARTPOTTING PLAYING, be church.conducted by the youth of the

SOILCULTIVATOR. RID-A-RUG Reg.1 3 Saturday night. March 17, the
Raa19'ooch I + fI<... VIDALSASSOON1500WATT Association is sponsoring a dinner at
'
II. FIRE
!B ANT Madison Church for the
the
DRYER Baptist
''''2.88<: .' KILLER 4VS-207 Reg.19.9914.99SalePrfce' youth at a nominal fee.The"Theme"
Ii' ,1 'r" ,84-01 b western and all participants are required
.... '
; ,,F Ihtg. to come dressed appropriately '
>" ( .
',. I 399 .5.00Mail-in! Rebated The- youth of the New River Baptist
: bRr1iE g :Church has taken over positions of the
11 1>t..AIINL G RDS 9.99Your'FInaI. Cost church in observance of youth week.
'', Wednesday night prayer meeting will
2 speed & 4 heat levels, 'be conducted by acting pastor,Kevin
I. 'TRANSPLANTER' Starling and song leader Priscilla
Or TROWEL VIP PROCURLING ... Welch and pianist Suzanne Dyal.Sun-'
KING EDWARD IMPMHAL ,
BRUSH day,school and church services will
;' '" ; 4>VP-HC*Re0.7.99 ,'- I ; or SWISHER SWEETS be as follows: pastor, Randy Starling
2"/e'1" 00 ; song leader. Priscilla Welch;
fi5ai .PER ICTO.CIGARS
6,CH5Pnc pianist,Carol Fussell; Sunday school
; ." -'3 OOMaIr.In' S-PACX 11" .. secretary and director. Kevin Starling -
'
e 2 PACKS/ t. ;. Teachers Adult 1, Jeanna Andrews
... ..,- ; Adult 2, Carol Fussell; Adult
,
.. .2,heat levels,.swivel 1 tore/.. 79' Senior,. Kristy Starling; the older
5I 3-TUiE', : .;!i COSMO LED DIGITAL :children, Amy Black and Michael

SOAKER HOSE. Limit 2. packs'IK'= ALARM CLOCK Starling Stilwein and younger Guy Wayne children Fairish.! Sabrina.

*- .8.90Kwi.L EVEREADY For a youth filled service, the same
ENERC12ER"AAfOf''AAA", l o and leader along with
S g -- >>.H pastor song
'4_ !' 788'1I517. back-Up, pianist Kevin Starling will conductthe
.
I S BATTERIES '' 1 alarm. evening worship. There will be'
PAck oa 2 .____ special music, testimonies readingsand
devotions the
by youth.
JVUII1'U'
'' Training Union director and
l CONDITIONAL AVANTIIO-MIN. !. ''OMNI CALENDAR'
Balkcom teachers-
: ..UARANTEI'AMATIC secretary Randy ;
t CA :t k'y, -: PEN ,WATCH young adults, Annetta Balkcom;
". older adults Michele Stilwell; youth
,{ & 'TAP ... 1ft.y .2-TOttfl HeOB.to8.99 or.tACR. "" Debbie Parrish; older children,
.1.1' ) WICK of ,. 1' Kevin Starling; younger children
r I 'IJt, KING: GPX AM/FfM Ii ....2.18111t;., i" ..' Sharon Fussell' ," and pre-scbool, Mark
; ?,'I\!\ I' ; KL.R' SLIMLINE, ftft 399 ', I"" Crews'"{
I '. ,. '" '.STEREO RADIO! I T-Bali Registration
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." 'I '1.2.. 8- .( ., ...; .,', The Brooker Athletic: Associationwill
.1jtJ .' I hold T-Ball registration,March:
d' IS, 16 and 10 at Brooker Elementary
School. Participants may be 5,e,7 or
Steregindiator; a years old to play T-BaU: .There i* a
$10 registration fee to cover the expenses

: : OPEN DAILY' s to .. SUNDAY 9 tJJL.sfJ I. Pws| good thru sat.'M ,rcli 1,.... in Lake of Butler.playing in the T-Ball League.

<.wIRMSIIRY. TW! NIGHT:TO LIMIT. ., Students at Brooker' Elementary

PHARMACY SERViCE: :AVAJLABI.E 24 HOURS IN STOflES" .t1STEm BELOW" '|MP|. y:gf '{EEEEJBIEj were Wednesday:given March''a registration 14. Forma form'mustreturned

,1 .,"1'- ..Ju....I. .:. ,bn, by Monday, March 19.
N It. "
Other V vear-okto who do not atteniBreaker
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aemeatary may cm* by
Bradford ;Center I.l[ the aeheet and.rejfcter metechild.. .
if ** b 1 / :Sq. Shopping 1 c.N J David trod Vera pmoett will COM: *'
;* F the teem and nractfee tetMAttia\ will
83f rre
S.Walnut
'1, Iboir' Street*,*,&,, be aoaeuneed In abet oe,weo>. Par
?rake or 1 hoe. :Charge.Itt cam: \more information: ,)call tfe. .Mmel.' at40619U ..
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Lawtey Newsby

and children because of the death of of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs James Anders and Mrs. Sandra Gustafson and ., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant and

I her husband on Thursday night. Our Mrs. Gertie Eunice came, .home family of Palatka visited their daughter Anna of Kings Bay, ,Ga. ,Bill Vanzant of Callahan anti Mr. and
Elizabeth Terry sympathy and prayers are with them.' from Bradford Hospital',on. Tuesday mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders on Sunday spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Jerry'' Starling Amy of
phone 182-3300 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and night. We were happy to hear the good afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris. Mrs. Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs. Joey Starling

Activities.. daughter, Krishna, of Black Mountain news. Dave Kelly and sons, Justin Gustafson and Mrs. John Butler fur- "' Of Concord, N.C., Mr. And Mrs.
" Church ..
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N.C.. visited their parents, Mr. Deepest sympathy of the community : and Brannon, of Jacksonville spent nished the music for Mr. C Ullardee' Ronnie Davis'and son of Gainesville,
Mrs. Fred Moore with other and Mrs. Willie Green and aunt, Miss is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Lamar the weekend with her parents, Mr. funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bryant of Nahun-
members of First Baptist Church in Elizabeth Terry, Sunday until Priest because of the death of her and Mrs. Earl Troxell, while her hus- Rev. Chism and Pastor David ta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Starling -

Starke attended a dedication serviceat Wednesday.Mrs. father, Wm. M. Smith on Saturday, In band was in Camp Blanding. brought the messages for Mr. of Jacksonville attended the
Victory Baptist Chapel In Hampton Lois Carter spent last North Florida Regional Hospital in Henry Hodges attended the races at Hardee's funeral.Mr. funeral of Cecil: Hardee in First Baptist -

on Sunday afternoon. Dinner was weekend with her son and daughter- Gainesville. Our prayers are with Columbia County Speedway at Lake and Mrs. Kirby Stringer of Church in Lawtey on Sunday,

served and a reception was held after in-law. Mr and 'Mrs Earl them. City on Saturday eight Miami, Richard Collar of Atlanta, March 11.

the services. ...... Denmark"R Oft ___ _. ._
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Personals.Friends of .Mrs.. Doris Barbour pIr1w-flrIY -GOLD KIST

regret to learn that she Is a surgical

patient in Orange Park Hospital. We
are happy to report that she came OUR WEEKLY SPECIALS !

March 11. Our .
home Sunday prayersare
with her. [March 1117,1984JLUBBd )

Rev. Lloyd, Kersey and wife of Save Real Dollars. Right Now!
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lonnie .

Teston on Friday afternoon.

Deepest sympathy of the community See Our New Lawn & Garden
is extended to Mrs. George Wilds,
Sr. and children because of the deathof PARKER,
her husband, George Wilds, Sr. Our Department!
Weed & Feed
prayers are with them. o PARKERSry
Nellie Wilkinson, ORTHO '
Friends of Mrs. PI'nfFood'
mother of Mrs. Daisy Boch, fell and o Complete plant food
broke her shoulder and she is in North : Crab Grass

Florida Regional Hospital, g Kills growing' Killer selection for lawns
Gainesville. Our prayers are also broadleaf weeds.
B
with her.Deepest. I inolo and gardens!
sympathy of the community ,ProvIdes complete Crtfa Grass Kills seedlings and .

!is extended to Mrs. Cecil Hardee. V lawn feeding. I KB* mature crab grass,
0 o Full line of fresh
dallls and
0 Safe and easy grass '

apply. t nut grass. vegetables and flower'
Lunch
School e _ '. Safe on mostdesirable
seeds!
Regular Price *11MSALE grasses. ":

MenusBradford e PRICE $895 Pint Regular Price '4Quality tools and

20 lb Bag
a $448 equipment for
County Middle School SALE PRICE every

and all elementary schools r a lawn and garden'
Monday.March I..Beet.A.RonI),cheese stix,green
beam apple crisp hot rolls milk. Come In Today! needl! ,
Tuesday March, to-Chicken & Rice cheese Mix
buttered green peas, peaches biscuits, milk. "
Wednenday March Barbecue on Bun, trench You'll Be Glad You Did.
fries,applesauce peanut butter cookie milk. ., .'
Thursday March, 22-Salisbury steak rice 4 gravy
turnip greens fruit cup cornbread milk And So Will We!
Friday March, Kl-Pitza garden salad, butteredcorn
E.T. bar milk. This menu was written by
School Mrs. Duncan's sat grade class' at Souttulde Elem. Where You See The Gold Kist Sign!

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Bradford County High School a o FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE,

Monday. March It-Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce, 2226 North Temple Ave., Starke,. Florida A 9
hot rolls O O
cheese stix green beans apple crisp
milk Telephone ((904)) 964-7871
March ZO-Beef 4 Gravy,rice, lima
Tuesday green
beans, fruit cup peanut butter cookie biscuits, Open Mon-FrI. 7:30: AM 5:30 PM Sat 'til Noon '
mIlk.
Hednnday March 21-Macaronl It Cheese,spiced
ham sandwich cabbage slaw, applesauce

brownie milk.Theraday. March. 22-Chlcken 4 Rice, cheese stix Other Farmers Mutual
mustard greens peaches chocolate cake cornbread Specials. .
mIlk. Salt for
Friday March, n-Ttnrbecue on Bun. lettuce
pickle, trench fries, sl.awberryahortcake, milk. '
ALA-CARTE Water Conditioners 10.1o-10.50 Ibs.. Fertilizers Sleeping Sickness Reid Sprayer
Rubber Boots

Monday. March 1.-Pixca, hamburgers, Rock Salt 6-8-8 Organic 50 Ibs. 1 Shots 60 Gal.
milkshakes, french fries. A za ea.Western. Wellington
Tuesday March zo-Milkshakes pizza, Salt Nuggets 13-13-13 Pasture ENCPHGL/TET 650Potting

cheeseburgers Wednesday March french Zl-Hamburgera fries i milkshakes, Red Out Nuggets Special Camellias 19.00 ,$3.00

french fries, pizza _
Thursday. March zZ-Cheeseburgers trench fries,
milkshakes, pizza .
Friday. March, n-Hamburgen french fries plaza 2th".3" 6%' Grass See \
milkshakes Roundup

Soil 'JAMII tr.+ i .... _._Cow, Manure Post' .. .', ''' ) ('Argentina...Pahia) ,,,n''''
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V .. ., .$ $18020lbs. 9 ", Gallons# 't, ___ !I ,*225"--0'I"b' -. Fence; Bit* to TOjjfiiiK-p-ftJawrtHarij ti. [ .
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a die f 68 feet NOTICE TIONS NOT SO FILED ment for Deed for the TO ALL PERSONS HAVWilt.. BE FOREVER BAR-. front door ''entrance of I

Legal NoticesIN to said N / boundary OF ADMINISTRATION WILL BE FOREVER BARfollowing described property ING CLAIMS OR RED.DEMANDSAGAINSTTHE the Bradford County
of Slat Road 200-B; RED. In Bradford County Date of" the first Courthouse at Stark.
Florida ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL of this Notice Florida.
thence run South TO ALL PERSONS HAV- Dot of the first : publication
minutes and 30 seconds 85'48'50'Westalangth. ING CLAIMS OR publication of this Notice The North .I% of the OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED of Administration: 9 Dated: February 22,

COURT OF FLORIDA West, 139.05 feet to on Northerly boundary of DEMANDS AGAINST THE of Administration: March following described property IN THE ESTATE. March 1984. 19.... '
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Iron stake; thence South State Road 200-B a ABOVE ESTATE AND All 15, 1984. : A parcel of land In YOU ARE HEREBY DOROTHY MILLER Richard t. Cox.Jr.
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 66 degrees, 39 minutes dtetanc.of286.81feetto OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED -. DEBORAH L. THOMAS.he SW'/4 of SWVi of Sec- NOTIFIED that the ode PersonalRepresentative United States Marshal
BRADFORD COUNTY and 30 seconds West the point of beginning. IN THE ESTATE: /is PersonalRepresentative tlon 14, Township 6 ministration of the of Middle District-
CIVILACTION 206 feet to point of This land lying and bein YOU ARE HEREBYgin of South Range 22 East,' ..tot*. of ARTHUR C. Estate of Of Florida

CASE NO,: 83.427 beginning. the NW'/i of ,the NOTIFIED that the administration thefstateof. Bradford County, MILLER deceased. Cat ARTHUR C. MILLER, Dorothea Bean.
DATED this 8th day of NW'/i of Section 35, of the Estate. EDNAJEANEJTE Florida and being mor. Number 84-17-CP. and ?. Deceased. Assistant United
FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVMarch, 1984. TownshipsSouthRang. of EDNA JEANETTE THOMAS. Deceased particularly described as File, Number:'1-3527, I* RICHARD E.WEL TV. States Marshal
INGS AND LOAN GILBERTS. BROWN, 22 East Bradford County THOMAS Deceased I 1. ATTORNEY FOR: follows: Commence at pending In the Circuit 954 N. Temple Avenue' Attorney for .
ASSOCIATION formerly Clerk Florida. Sold property in the Circuit PERSONAL the Southwest corner of Court for Bradford County I'.0. Box 995'
pending Ihe SW'/4 of SW/4 of the Florida. Probate Diva,_ Stork., 32091 Plaintiff
GUARANTY FEDERAL By BeulahM. Moody also described as per Court for Bradford County REPRESENTATIVE: BES-
SAVINGS AND LOAN D.putyClerk survey of Patrick 8, Florida;Probate DIvM .SENT, MOODY A alored.sc lbed section and Ton;, the address of ,, ((904)9604.) oeo 3i'014tchg 3/22
ASSOCIATION OF 3152tchg3l22GAINESVILLE Welch, Registered Land lion the address of SAIZMAN; By: Anthony township and rang which I I. P.O. Box B, Attorney for'>, '
,
runt "thence North Stark, Florida 32091. Personal,' '
Plaintiff, Surveyor 2714, as which I I. N. Temple J.SalamonEqulre.,403 '' '
NOTICE
VS --- follows: Beginning al the Avenue, Starke., Florida West, Georgia Street, 0 032East, a distance The personal representative Representative. -
BETfYE ELIZABETH Intersection of the Nor32091.. The Personal P.O. Box( 103cv Slarke of 672.... feet for Point of of the estate is 3/08 2tchg 3/15, OF INTENTION

OEHLER Individually, IN THE CIRCUIT therly boundary of the Representative. of the Florida 32091. (?O.cj) ,Beginning. From Point of DOROTHY A. MILLER REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
of of State 96472623728321.B.glnnlng thus described whose address I II Route UNITED STATES
and B6TTYE ELIZABETH COURT OF FLORIDA right way Estate'' Is DEBORAH L.
OEHLER as Personal EIGHTH JUDICIALRepr.s.ntoHv. Road 200-B with the THOMAS whose address 3115 2tchg 3/22 continue North 4, Box 1487 Stark.. DISTRICT COURT
.. 03'20" East. a distance Florida 32091. The nome DISTRICT Pursuant to Section
of the MIDDLE
of the CIRCUIT IN AND Easterly boundary '
Is Rt. 4, Box 309, .
Estate of H.C. OEHLER, FOR BRADFORD right of way of State Stark, Florida 32091, r-e?. of 200.00,feet to o point; and address of the personal OF FLORIDA* 865 09, Florida Statute
thence NorthNOTICE : notlc. i II hereby given
Defendant COUNTY. FLORIDA Road 200 for a point of run representative'sattorney JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
The and address of
name 8943'39" East, dlstanc.O''G that the und.r'lgned.Mlcho.1 ,
CASE NUMBER: beginning; thence run a are sej forth s, Court No:
the Personal, Representative's
of 400.00 feet to a point; below. CIv.J'JtM E. Cole, Route 2,
North 3108'50" East '' 62.796-
NOTICE OF SALE .83444CAEMPIRE ,
set > r
Attorney are '
Box Starke
thence South 915. Florida
run All having
BY CLERK along said Easterly boundary PUBLIC HEARING person
forth below '
: 0'03'20"West, distance 32091 sole owner, doing
a demands
OF AMERICA a distance of 95.47feel Mr1' i claims or UNITEDSTATES
All having'
persons of 200 feet to a point: run ,h.estalei business under the name'of
NOTICE IS HEREBY FSA, a corporation existing to a concrete monument claim 'or demands NOTICE 'I IS I i HEREBY against ore AMERICA. WEATHER
GIVEN that pursuant to' under the laws of ; thence run North against the Estate are required GIVEN that the Board of thence South 89'1339'County required WITHIN THREE Plaintiff CRAFT Box
West, distance of ROOFING Rout 2,
a. MONTHS FROM THE
Flnat Judgement of the United States, PlainForeclosure 88.23'52' East a distance: WITHIN THREE Commissioners VS.
400.00 feel to Point of 915 Stark"" Florida
; OF THE !
of feet DATE FIRST JOHN RAMSEY and
.nt.red In tiffs 225 ; thence run MONTHS FROM THE of Bradford ; County,
this case, dated March 8, -vs- South OV56'48", East O DATE OF THE FIRST' Florida will hold a public Beginning. PUBLICATION OF THIS SHERRY C. RAMSEY his 32091. Intend toregister .
1984 that I will sell to SAMMIE McCUTCHEN distance of 68 feet to the PUBLICATION OF THIS hearing on Monday, has been 'filed against NOTICE to file with the wife; STARKE BUILDERS sold fictitious

the highest and best bidJR.., and VELMA LEE Mc Northerly boundary of NOTICE, to file with the April 2. l984-at; 10-00 YOllondl"lMIor.requlred of clerk of th* above court SUPPLIES' ,,: INC.,,. .. .a aforesaid name under. the'
der for cash. In the lobby CUTCHEN, hit wife, said Stale Road 200-B; Clerk of the above Court A.M. ,to, consider, the'' written to serve defense a copy If your, a written statement ,of dissolved corporation; this statute.DATED 7th day of
of the) Bradford County GERALD W. MEYERS and thence run South a written statement of closing :of fread; pursuant any any claim or demand STUMP'S DEPARTMENT
,Courthouse In Stake, SHIRLEY M. MEYERS his .85.47"50"West along the claim or demand to Florida.. ( Statute to I It on the Plaintiffs, and attorney they may hove. Each STORE; SOUTHERN D& f.bruary.1984.
any whose 2/234tpd3l15
.Florida at It a.m. on the.wlf.. ., and GENERAL Northerly boundary of they may have. Each 336.0V. it t xi.;'The rood address, I* TERENCE name M. claim must be In writing COUNT COMPANY .?taa.a..t. aa..y, _.
30th day of March, (J984, BUILDERS |INC., OF State Rood 200-B. a claim must be In writing sought lo be closed I Is ESQ., Tomllnon and must Indlcat the HAYNES ENTERPRISES,.
the following described GAINESVILLE a Florida distance of 286,81 feet to and must Indicate the described a* follows! BROWN. basil for the cIo1m.'the'INC.. d/b/o CAPTAIN Subscribe Today!
properly a* set forth In Cerporatlori, Defen the Point of Beginning. basis of the claim, Ihe That portion of, Jackson Office 8 Brown Drawer P.A., Post'49 name and address of the CLEAN GULF LIFE IN. BRADFORD COUNTY

the Final Judgement, todont.: Together with, the name and address of Ihe Street thaf.tr.opses Block StClrl .. florlda 32091 on' creditor, or hi'* agent or SURANCE COM"NYI'oltorn.y TELEGRAPH
following S and, the STARKE PRINT SHOP;
wit: personal procr.dltor or his agentorattorney ) of Government* 2, before 'March 23, '
A parcel of land lying "NOTICE OF SALE party: Range or Counter and Ihe SectlorJ..2 i.'jKwrlsh'J f,8 or and file the amount claimed H the and 'GERTRUDEMOSEMANN ,964-6303
in the NW'of Section 3, Top Unit, Refrigerator amount claimed. If the South Rang M ECMK-OC-', 1 1934, with the Clerk of claim !I. not yet due,the .Defen- "'"' -
-
7 Notice It hereby given and carpet In bedrooms cordlnl ydv original date when It will become danl*. .
South. Rang.
Township ,claim Is not yet doe, the ( ; ,gr the Court either before .'
22 East Bradford Coun..hat pursuant to F\na\\ \ at public sale to the date when it will become plat Qf dwotrhe; f t due shall b* stated.'if'
ty, Florida; said parcel, Judgement ofForeclosure highest and best bidder due shall be stated. If Book 2, pa .rvlc..on.PlalnIW... Immediately at' the claim I II contingent or .'.NOnCE Of SALI, J
or '
entered In for cash at the door' of cords.. torney unliquidated the nature
being more particularly the claim Is contingent Ofunliquidated : *Des- ,thereafter
described as follows: Case Number 83.444-CA the Office of the Clerk of the nature PublicCount ; ylud**" will! otherwise be enteredagainst a of the uncertainty shell Notice Is hereby'\piven":
Commence at he NW In the Qrcylt Court of the Circuit Court,at the of the uncertainty shall CLERK O'!FltE1 default for the relief b* toted. H the claim that pursuant to o Final>_
BItURT
corner of void Section 3 Florida march 8, 1984 I Bradford County Courthouse be slated. If the claim Is' OIlBffRT! ,,demanded you In' the secured the security Judgement entered 'es*'. '' t
and run South 0 degree will sell the property 'In Starke, .secured the : 1feha3/S: ( complaint shall be described. The, January 19. 1934, by the, .
and 41 mlmutes East situated In Bradford Florida; al the hour of hall be 'described.security The o....e.>...i ... .....t- or petition.hand and 'claimant' 'shall deliver 'above entitled Court M' .t,

along Westerly bounCounty.. Florida described II:00 a.m. local time claimant shall deliver IN THE CIRCUIT WITNESS the teal I of laid my Court sufficient,copies'of the'' the above styled couse;,
dory thereof 539.29 feet at: Thursday, April 5, 1984. sufficient of the COURT OF THE on claim to the clerk: to the und copies 22. 1984.GILBERT .
lo the Easterly boundary Beginning- the Intersection DATED this 8th day of claim to the Clerk to EIGHTH JUDICIAl.February S. BROWN enable live clerk to mall States Marshal or any of; 'Cash' ; "I..i.t. ,
of the right of way of of the Northerly March A.0.. 1984. enable the Clerk la mail CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Clerk of Circuit Court en* copy to' eecb'per his duly, authorlieddeputlv e laor Sol.$39 .,
State Road 100 thence boundary of the GILBERT S. BROWN 8RADFORDCOUNTY.FtORIDA, sons I representative. will, sell the .
; each Personal
on. copy to BY; Martha i. Struth ,
South 25 degrees, 49 right of way of State Clerk of the : 1 Cterk All person InterestedIn property dnk.t.In Bradford S.N
minutes and 30 seconds Rood 200-6 with the Circuit Court, All Person Representative.Interested CASE NO 83-. .... 1 223..tc.uIELMERM.ONES. Deputy : $.- the estate to whom a, County .Florida, nt hr "e aat ;
East 'along said Easterly Easterly boundary of the BY:MarlanMcRae'In the E it ate to whom a "a .....t.-;:..... copy of this Notice of Administration described eat item
boundary. 94.67 feel loan right of way of U.S. Deputy Clerk of this Notice of Administration / .. THC CIRCUIT'' f has .been 'tot* 2 and 4.; Block 39, '
Iron stake for point of Highway, 301 (also 3I152chg3/22 copy has ben and _(." .1,:', ....' J".. IN COURT FOR ,mailed ore' required John's Addition as per Oftic e Purnttur
.. WITHIN :THREE MONTHS thereof recorded In
HELEN f. .
beginning. ,known,,a* State Road 200 mailed ore required, plat Wutdy.
'''',."ll'\.S\ BRADFORD COUNTY. FROM THE OATS OP THe
Deed Book 29.
Plaintiffs L.
and formerly known at Pug .Monlh..
From point of beginning WITHIN THREE MONTHS FLORIDA,
".
;..Jftl''i", ; / FIRST PUBLICATION OF < *.
w : pub 11C"f'ecCltdev. ,.r.
,
,
Road for
thus described, canSlale 13): ) a point FROM THE DATE OF THE
INTHE CIRCUIT PROBATE DIVISION ..yYra.
w THIS NOTICE to file ford ;,
ROIEIITJ. aA TTEN any County Florida ,,
thence i
tinue South. of beginning; run (
25 degrees COURT OF FLORIDA, FIRST PUBLICATION OF CAM NO.S4-I7-CP '
ii"r. they may' '2tawnaMit" 6 ,
objection Section
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30North 3108'SO" East Def.ndon j!_ I' i \
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49 minute and / EIGHTH JUDICIAL THIS NOTICE 10 file anyCIRCUITINAND fiLE NO.14021' ; r
.f( yl hove that challenge th* 23 '
: South. Ran test. .
seconds East, along ..ald'alon f thald Easterly ',.,' objections they ,imay v Ihedecedenf. ** f : Tie. : '
validity ,,8rocH.d' .
Easterly boundary. 120,9, boundary; of U.S. ; .r FOR BRADFORD hove that challenges the AMEN : .4 In Re:Eateteof, 1' ? ,. \ of CountyrFlorida "
feet to'o Iron' slake; Highway 301 a distance I' :''COUNTY FLORIDA qualification of the Pert ''OF rl' AftTHUftCMHlUft.5'Dca ,' ;, wlRIthequalifications .ceShpiq
.,,, j, 1 th..Hersoool repreeen-,, 'at public outcry to the,, ;
'North' 95.47feet lo o concrete ,
71 < ,
thence ; sorted Representative or v ea'i '
': I : .."' IllY.. .wu i." tatlvTf M the venue or highest'omf. beat .bldver .
i,
degrees; 40 minutes and:' monument: thence IN RE: the venue or jurisdiction!. *' .v ," i I' :[ : ';
2O4 '' ', "North &nS\V\ East TO: I Roe rJJi..tMM *, r v. 'Jurisdiction of the cetfrt.ALL ., for cash at 4he hour.of, W.c.I. *
30 seconds East, feet run ESTATE OF EDNA' of the Court. '
CLAIMS), 13.-00 0' Noon onAptll ,
<
; YOU AHEVvNsaTIHHJ ''JNOTSTRATION'that
of feet
lo on Iron stokes; thence a distance 225 ; JEANETTE THOMAS ALL CLAIMS Of '
: DEMANDS. AND) OOJCOTKDNS 10., the .4 &7M''
North ,25 degrees 10 thence run South 09"9'V. Deceased ., DEMANDS, AND OBJEC- on ,,pOion'rteforeclose / IgO4.stet. iGa. ..
,' ion r!JAfK-. NOT SO HtBO'! '.r

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The Brooker Council saw C. E, $60 per hour I, +
"Sue" Davis sworn in Set a new meeting time for the
as
a new
member at its regular April meeting and all warm month'dates.
meeting Tues Agreed to hook up the phone at the All ,
meetings will be held
at
day, March 13 with Gene Taking the
fire Oath.
Melvinassuming station on a permanent basis so 7:30 until further notice. .. ?
the office of p.m. .
chairman of that it is available time needed.
any //\trH. ( .M.:.
the group. CSue David takt'tl the + ;; rHith
The council, I Donated $500 to the Brooker or'ri/ ('" from Mayor Itliikr t' qt"til
meeting the ( '
us Canvassing Set
up a : of Davis
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Board for the city, ratified Stalnaker, Fire ChiefiTony Stainakerand Athletic<< Association for 1984. .,',, ljV"tP,.;, Mrx l>avlH '"
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results of """ II $rat''rm the
the the
recently held elec- Assistant ,
Chief Steve Hunter to Ruled from'l .o..k..r '
that teams :
lions. Those approved results showed Investigate an arts and craft festival only ,' wauuril w lhtru; : win + r16 ,,
would be allowed'to the' .ovrr former fin ptq
Brooker <
use .
Davis receiving 43 votes to candidate to be held in the winter that would ,1'irrrr. hirf,. .trvrgr; h g 1
ball due to Insurance ,,
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complex, ,
Pierces
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George it
votes. benef it.the Brooker Fire Prct ,; t
'
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Department. '
blems. ,
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With the results officially certified ii "" ,
Mayor Blake Hamilton performed the Announced chicken and dinner ''
a rice -Moved to purchase 2 more turn-out ,.
swearing-in ceremony to seat Davis\ to be held Friday, March 30, to :" ,
the council, suits for the use of the fire depart ', .;
on benefit the Fire 9n n'"I
Each
Department.
JI
ment. A total of 7 suits will be ,
As the first action
of
the elected
new council city official will donate $10 available +
with Florida
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Hydrocarbon
Melvin was unanimously elected toward the cost of necessary items.
chairman having more for use in an emergency. .
appointing Claude .
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Prescott to,be vice-chairman of the -- ._ .

group for the upcoming year.* ; I.. ,.', ","". \",.)'j:'' ." '.'." ,' .' ',' .., ".',

In other action, the council: n, "?''.!! r ..asas.ar.aaa. renareau.
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-Agreed that councilman' : :d.', J l, "' .. _, -'---. FILE. IT SAVE ONCOMPUTER
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Stalnaker should check Into, the purchase "
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of a mower to be used to trim ci- ITEMS
ty rights-of-way. TliE I
,5.. .,, GLOBE-WEIS' ,

Approved the cutting of trees over, cwy HANGING FOLDERS
and on city 'property if costs are OFFICE ",' Strong llbers stock. FLIP 'N FILE
within estimate ranges provided. ., '.J,: : r': 25 folders and tabs DISK STORAGE: BOX
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Heard '- ''SHD P ', per box. Std. green Stores up Io,10'diskL, ,
Marshal
Tommy Raulerson ", Filth Cut Letter Size- No, 0081302SReg.
report that the new radar gun is on its, : ,
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to the city.'Received : S No. 421-1/5 .1\ ; '; $5.95 $ 5.29ea
way 11 Q W. CaII St. Reg.,311 se,"i.YIs'7.95bll: ; '

a report that $1,300 NO. 421-1/3. -
was "
I Sire '
collected in fines by Brooker In the 964-5764 Third Cat Utter BAySCH&LOMD

month of February, f Reg. $12.13 ... .. . S 8.95bx BAR MAGNIFIER ,

Starke Fla: No422-1/5 ,' 12"; length. 2 power "- '
Decided not to participate in the 4. Filth Cut Legal Size '' No1. 81-26-29' 'V: :

Social Security: Trust Fund which m.. Reg. $13.93 . ,.. .,9.95bx ,", Reg. $5.00 $ 4..3ge8'No.
would have required paying additional i 422.113
salary money not budgeted. sacz 6 hVw '
aIP Third Cut Legal Size

a S 5 Reg. $14.25 . $10.95bx
Disapproved renewal of a lease fora a aaa KOPYAID

building located on railroad property .. t Beige or Black
previously used to store excess city ----------------------.---, OMNI No. 1105X Letter Size

equipment. At present the city is not I I HANGING FRAMES 4 Reg. $20.5(1( $18.95ea

found using to the pay storage the lease., so no reason was $20 COUPON $20 No. 950 Letter Size Na 1315X Legal Size ,, nf,

Reg. $4.10 . $2.49st Rep $22.95 $20. ea
Asked Clerk Linda Robinson to re- 1 'When You Purchase. :1' No 960 Legal Size ,

quest in a letter' to. County Judge Victor or Sharp Reg.' $4.30.$2.79st, COMPUPACtfCOMPUTER
George Pierce that any local ,.. .I : h. I FORMS
residents performing community service I'
under the new DWI law do so'in I CALCULATO", s : ANDERSON Y ,' ; ,,4' High quality bond, -f'" "

Brooker, in order that the city might ; 0 OFFICE FILES. 1 500 sheeta per pack,'

receive the benefits of that service. I ., ",' Full Suspension with No. 760 '. '
Heavy Office Machines ""!:
Duty ,
f ""fi.. follow blocks and BlanK9V "xir .

,'Approved a new contract with city ,1 I 0 thumb latch. Letter aedge '

attorney Roger Blinn covering the up- __ size 25' depth. perforations ,'' ,
coming year. Blinn will receive a fee ...' Black Desert Sage .-Reg..510.25.O.95rm"
of $<<) each month to cover all C or Putty. No. 748
meetings and work not requiring A---------------------------------- Na,62.xx V*' Green Bar
research. Outside work requiring -.t..,
perforations
research would be billed at the rate ofNew Two Drawer
,0 "" Reg. $118.30, $109.50ea 14-7/B'xll" I
,. Secretarial Desk w/Return ): ;-;'- No. 1641-xx{ Reg. $12.95 $11.75rm

Store ManagerAt '. Chairs ;i. .. ; Four Drawer
Family Dollar ", "' r" Reg. $166.35 .,'.,. .$14' 4. .50 ea DATATECH ,
Executive Chair '
Effective .,....-. ,. ::01.1,.+, II,,',, F, ..... "" PAPER SHREDDER
jj Mirt-Cr/;'MarH Thomson
; ANDERSON HICKEYHOMETTXES : Shreds to 8 sheets
I{ ftJJ qUJ-1: .. ;: up
iy1" be the nevi.-.manager at the I ","-... >>,f/II/ .. "' '"
,4 ... S' ''I',' ; :; :AtiVjtewLattersize \ : 1 <.<' V r"fl1to.,7S.r" :
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I Store ,
Dollar located '
; gfccal Family ,.. OtheW .' ',' 'strips In less than 2.
I : 18 depth.
'conveniently at 309 S. Walnut St.,
r ,seconds. SAVE
I 'Starke. .; :f. ..: .* t u Available in Black Complete
"This Family Dollar has more than' '"- 'Cordovan, Desert with wastebasket and $20.0 .

5 000 square feet of air-conditioned Sage, Maize Putty, trash bags. Dark
clean well-lit buying space to better i Royal Blue Sand. brown. 115 VAC
serve ,our customers," stated Ray No. 1421-XX Model SIMPLEX 10
Lamb Family Dollar's District If you need 'OfficeFurniture. !C Reg. $66.40S9.9Sea Reg. $395.00 $375.000a

Manager for this geographical area. I : J
"Mark Thomson's drive and ambition
will benefit customers as he
our
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Jet us etykh i '?,* l't '' t-" f-i '
strives to the best service possi-
ble." give We.. can beat Gainesville'or Jacksonville prices..... ,;,;y ; >; :: t> "
Thomson wishes to acknowledgethe

excellent staff be has on hand and quote races. Compare: brand names stock, numbers ,and you will 'surprised'' at '.t t.
stated that their'diligent work will you .,., 1 j' '. v' "
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allow the pleasant shopping atmosphere : ."'
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dollars when buy at. home :
!
save
to continue at their Walnut you can. you f

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Elizabeth Walker GUSSCO LEGAL PADS, STRAIGHT ,
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+ phone M4-C683 ECONOMY No.'86-244 Junior'
No. PCS BlacK '$8.60' .S 3.95dzNov N 0. U 1 0 1.7",Sh ears .

NAACP,Meeting... Reg.! SaSO . .$ 6.50I.I. -= Reg.:68-245 Letter !Rep.33.45 '.' ,$2.95prNo

Bradford County Branch NAACP ; Reg $1t.35$ 6.95dz U10174" Shears

monthly meeting will he held Tuesday STANDARD .5'. [ !1' Na B&247 Legal .Reg..S3.B5" . 3.29pr

March 20, at 7:30 p.m. In the an- .Na P-39 Black. Reg.$12.65 .'. .= 7.95dz//
nex of, Greater Allen Chapel AME .
Adjustable, 5' ,, CENTURY SHEARS;
Church. interested members and. Reg.. $14.93. .$11.50.a .' No. 4111-6 Shears! ''

I' .citizens' are invited I will to attend.be discussed. IDL BINDER CLIPS ,Reg, $10.15 . . .Q.25pr
Proposition and ilEA VY"D.U.I. No. ,,10020 '.Wldth / .
be informed
have Please your be present input. Your to help is needed., Na P-09 Black 'Reg. 5.98. ." .'$ .69 d2 jj j .

The membersUii drive: is on.Please Adjustable' .. No. '<))050 1 %" Width 5 POWER CUTTER

renew your membership if it has enpired <: Reg. $37.50. . .$29.50 Reg. 1.74 '. . '3 1.29dz No. 4751-7

No. 10100* Width Reg. $6.29. .. $5.50pr'OFFICE'RULERS

j, DOUBLE DUTY Reg. $4.98 . . $ .5'9, tit
Princess Naomi Palace: '
No. P-500 Black -.rAi.
Meeting March 1?

t Princess Naomi'Palace will bold Its' ,Adjustable.Reg.S5 9g5,. ,$46.>Oea CLIPBOARDS /, Wood with MetafEdga" '
Letter Size
No. R501-12"
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'i dlpr n) ,4t.; Bradford'High in 19fl7, or programs'' atich a..,'icm.1 ]; contendedInformation' .
I. : : for students who'enter as freshmen Cooperative or ... I
I I for the 1984-85 ter ''l. ', Cooperative Training (DCTJi'f" rf. I about the : :; .", ;' .!
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'I Students ) All of law"and GPA and (
! are being told the propos requirements state standardized courses and I i1
I I ed new state requirements Include,an state\ board of education rules. must be'', tests caused, school board assessment membersand wL'\ \:.(\ I
additional credit '
in science, meaning met. I
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.1 a student must give up one current Students must demonstrate ;;, with 24 credits rather than going to stay to f :' 11f .: .-:1.: rIk \
elective. From the discussion, it appears .'mastery of the minimal skills in Con*' 26. \. 'it' "
local school officials will go munication and mathematics a3r-' )" (
along with the new minimum state re prescribed buy the School Board and .,' ;
quirements. state. law. Statistics from 1943 to 1968 show ;"" .
I Bradford now requires two credits Students must have at least a 1.3 that 35-40 students per year show \,
I in physical education,but the state requirement grade point average in the semester academic promise, and Supt. Casey
is 1/2 credit,' and a recommendation proceeding enrollment in a work; said he sees a big difference in the ". I Il
will be made to the school program future. l
board about what to require next year Students must have, a job 'that I!
by Principal Jim Duncan.v relates to the accepted job' preparation I
Bradford has been ahead, of the programs tn which the student Is
Increased A
state in graduation and course requirements or has been enrolled "< Requirements + Ij
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l but the state is..catchingup .Mastery lathe state minimum performance -* Will Cause Problems 1
I based on the newly passed Raise standards in writing, Increasing graduation requirements ,,
Bill. .- reading, and mathematics ,band the. .. ,. } ,'at' the.1 high"school will'.'
I School. districts had been ability' to apply these skills as simply cause more students to opt for '
establishing their own graduation requirements measured by the State Student vocational training, contended Vo- ,
I and credits required' Assessment Test, Pah' II. Tech Director David Smith. ,
varied from 16 to 22. The 1983 Each student shall have maintain Smith pointed out the high 'school-j,
I Legislature, moved to standardize requirements ed a cumulative grade point averageof now graduates only half the students. \
over the state, not just In 1.5 on a 4.0 scale for all courses required who begin the ninth grade. Increasing 'I i
I the number of credits required for for graduation ((24 credits).' standards will simply cause more to .'
I graduation, but also In the content of drop out, he contended Sen. Grant Huddles with Farm Bureau Directors in Lake Butler,.. i' ,
courses and the skills required to earna 7th Period Questioned; l/nder,/ Florida law, a student atten- Bradford .
Farm Bureau executives and their' wives A.B. Whitehead, and Mrs Charlie Baldree.
credit.It '
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I the Will State Fund It? dance mandatory i only until' a person meeting with lien Bill\ Oriint, fourth from left in. rear Standing:' 'George Payne.' Jimmy Gaskins.; A.B. ,
was concensus of a March 5 reaches IS of '
At the March Tom years age. '
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workshop that BHS graduation' meeting Supt. areli-r/" : Whitehead Sen. Grant, !Charlie Baldree And Bob.Pater.. ; ,
Casey was reluctant, to make any w Seated: Mrs. George Payne: Shirley) (iaskins Mrs.. Ion.I" .
quirements should be increased
by recommendations to the school board .
two credits, from 22 to 24, beginning about the'numbe of credits becausethe ," ? $<., ;
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I with freshmen entering the 84-89 term state has not yet decided whetherit Different Opinions Arise '**. >\',.{....'"- .. .,. .. > .. .,
next fall. Supt. Tom Casey will have a'I' Over DCT '' Jv *
Entrance .
will fund the.7th period, which Rules '
recommendation on the Monday. would make a' difference in the A suggestion to require a 2.0 or"C".1 f; 'i Grant MeetsLocaf 'I' March 19, school board agenda (to'' number of credits a student can earn. average ter enter the DCT (1 1f

advertise BHS English proposed Instructor changes.Julie Miller; Casey said the new 'graduation requirements tame...w ..._."_."f._. Y h.{.. A ..;...."...I..1'...... .n..._.........programs.........., '.' i
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were received March 1 by I
held out for 26 credits but the remainder his office. : '. State Senator' Bill Grant, .' la his'message to the members will be left at the starting gate."Sen.,,
of the school administrators Until it Is .known if the 7thperiodwill The suggestion came from DCT instructor D-Madison, met with members of the Sen. Grant said, "It's i important for Grant said,."I can't stress enough the'I:I
present, when polled by the school be funded the board couldn't' Bill Costello, said Duncan, ; boards'*-directors of the '..Union us, to take' an overall look at importance of Farm Bureau's mis v
board, agreed 24 'would be a require and he promised Costello he'd put the \k" : Baker, Bradford, Columbia and' agriculture and appreciate the impact sion in doing this." '
than 24 credits said
'reasonable increase at present. Board Member more Judy Becker. proposition. to the school board.i i,:V: 'Nassau County Farm Bureau' on of its contribution to Florida's ... -. 1
March 8 at the Lake He told the audience that Sen. Grant discussed several I Issuesthat ;
The seniors
of 1985 will have to earn An honors to be offered :Butler Recreational economy.
one more credit In science. They will program by *Jf./ Complex: agriculture is bne of the largest contributors will be a concern to agriculture. :
the state would require enrollees'to'earn : Vo-Tech Adult School Director :
Three of the main issues he mentioned -
still have the board required 22 two more credits than the stan- Millard Brown and.Vo-Tech Director f';, William Carrol Lamb, executive to the state's economy. 1
credits graduate' but will have'touse ;;;V; Vice-president: of the Florida Forestry "We have to spread the word on are the Agricultural Assessment"
dard. If the standard was 26 credits Smith both argued against. They asked and Clean84.
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._ _what_. .L_had"'''''H'been__an'' _elective_,____. _course_L.-, ,honor program enrollees would have why deny a failing student the ox -..'-"'- Association, was, 'also. a guest. \II" !
.I iw KCI u auuiuunai GCIII::C, puuivcu 'to earn 28 credits; .Mrs. Becker ly avenue that ,would give him a ,' ,:,. ,'", ," i )
out Principal Duncan. pointed out. desire to succeed? V, '
Seniors of 1986 will still have the Supt. Casey agreed,, telling the.' WeatherizationProgram i

22-credit requirement. and' the addi; Full Year Enrollment. > ,school board he can see no reason to.4," Is Still ., SETTLES
tional science.In'1987when Ii
Wil be Required.... deny a job to a student who uses e\\', In Operation :-5 ?lV; I
current freshmen are "
seniors, the graduation requirements Some high school seniors 'don't: attend .money school b buy: \ ,'clothes.' .or shoes" to"atftend \.,.." I' ," .' '.' !.','It/>' NARDWAF'aTORl4' '
will be 24 credits and will include all school the full year, pointed out ?, -w.: :The ';;sSuwannee River; Economic 1 HARDWAREStarke I
the state minimum requirements In Mrs. Becker, suggesting' the'school : t'iCouncll, 1, Inc. announces 'the I\
addition, 1987 grads will be requiredto board could,mandate full year enroll- -h'f:' Weatherization Program. .is still. US 301 South 964-4642 \i
have a 1.5 grade point average, now ment. Local Authority t Usurped J.' operating in Bradford County.
Present 'policy is establishing, : The
limited to non-instructional or extra program provides material and '
curricular activities.! minimum requirements which ;encourage Supt. Casey,Points Out labor at no cost to the recipient, to One of a Kind CLOSEOUT : "" :. !
Students' are' now required, for students to graduate early Supt. Tom Casey said he resents the? make the home as weatherproof as ,
graduation, to have 4 credits in said Board Member Rodney Hall.'I state taking over areas of authority ,funds will permit On !

English, 3 in mathematics, 2 in English Instructor Julie Miller said/ formerly the. ground' of ,local' school(.; Priorities are given to the elderly "
science, and 2ft-; in physical educa- she would dislike teaching seniors boards. and those with the .lowest income )
tion. who don't need her class for credit, Reason for the legislature's action, and/or whose house Is in most need'of
Seniors in 1986-87 f'according to the which is "...exactly what would hap- 'however, is that some counties have Weatherization. Proof of income for HOOVER'S1 !
proposed school board rules up for pen if you load them tn like you'retalking not upheld standards and graduation the entire family and proof'of owner- } w .
adoption, 'will be required:! to have 4 about." requirements. Bradford, however, ship most accompany application. I ._- I
credits in English, 3 In mathematics, Whatever policy is required;, a ,', ftasexceeded state '''requirements; Taj receipt for the land and/or trailer .. Vacuums (
group of students will -be smart which are just now coming up to meet....,title;.or'.tag' registration-will be I -
3-in science, 1 i in,world history! in ac- I f:!'! ,
economics, '/i In American government enough to get by,,. pointed out Curriculum ,,county:. A' standards.;... .. cepted.,,,'Rental property .!may also be .. Pur S"203'i
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j Arts to be,elected from music, dance, Seventh and eighth students don't go ,,!I., ., ttf the laadlordowner.Weatherization Red: 19'95''
drama, painting or sculpture, and 4a' to summer school for nothing. Fran- : \,Hart repair or '
credit in life management skills to include cis added., For many years school boards have replace windows, doors, broken panes 6495 !
nutrition, drug education, consumer The Job Entry Program will be lacked the autonomy'of County com? of glass, seal and/or caulk cracks, I '
n education, CPR, and the dropped after this year, pointed out missions. School funding'comes patch'' holes in floors, ceilings, ex- U4317 !
Hazards of smoking, 1'Mi! credits in Principal Jim Duncan The optionsare largely from the state,, hence', the terior walls'or'patch and/or kool !seal Our [
physical education. still there for agriculture (FFA) state control roofs, to keep the cold air out of your 5J: *
I elective also and Diversified Cooperative Training home: Reg. 1 19.95
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programs in mathematics 1.5 GPA RequirementWill .
: and language arts. The counting of Be Tough to Meet Hair I II' ))1
these two courses begins with the "Now, ''I don't mind telling you/,.;" Family Designers ,
84-85 school year and 2) Not more there will bo 25 or 30 students Who do'not Reg. 254.95 I !
I than Vi. credit in exploratory voca have a 1.5 grade point average W. Call St. >9B47Slp3iSpke ::1,,;, '
tional courses,, three credits in practical (GPA)'( Principal Duncan 'told the1 17995 'j
arts home economics, and the school hoard of that requirement to go 1 r t .
maximum allowed by law for in effect for students"- graduating, in I
volunteer and non-academic $ j
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tivities. Heretofore, students have been re- 1 A CONCEPT ONE. . Rep:34a'SAIE: (
'Credit will'no longer be'given'' ,/for ,. .
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I example, in such things. as office aide average to graduate. .
I or teacher aide: ,Supt. Casey pointed out new state .I i j !
I Additional requirements will be: standardized courses and the;, 1.5. Tecumseh Lawn Mower
I 1) Two years of a foreign, language grade point average requirement wilt i i
shall be required for admission to any place mor ;-' pressure on, borderline : 0(1( Fill PIUQ ANB DIPSTICK : Model
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requirement. "'Those, kids will have to work their MSERIEMI '" SrARTMHAHCU TVS90 I
2) All seniors will be required to at-: :.hindsides off to get a credit,," Casey* .''IILOWEII AK !
lend} school the full day, Conditions, said referring to performance standards 11 'a FUEL FILL UP SI ; ." ) 'GEAMfA !
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By Mark:Fri edii BCT Staff Writer, d' once last year, and the ever-popular free chicken,jdfnnerk. and door prizes to appear on the voting machine ballot during the general meeting election! ThelOver I
5.000 attend Annual'Clay'Llerd 1e**n.-The'Scriptures. to provision provided write-in candidates the event members '
people anrexpected to the 46th expected get underway shortly after the}mDrningtjuslness for howeyerAln -I
:. Cooperative Annual meeting March 23 in Keystone Heights,.the home of Coop session is completed at around 9:30 a.m...,'v......"!1t tPi.. I IIII'f ttJed to nolpiaat altp4thC4t tliatl, ,,"" ;; II"" t I??, ; -'w'"f' ,.
headquarters located on U.S. 100. Up for re-election as board memberathls year are Sam Hogg (District 2), ., All the : Tntne r
members registered at annual
meetings to elec.tion
are eligible vote >
The event will feature of the Tommy District 4) and Gnann.tDistrict6 -
Secretary State George Firestone as key Malphurs Floyd )The candidates all for
the cooperative's board of trustees. the board
speaker. Angus Hastings president of the board of trustees announced the Incumbants, were unanimously selected by members during 1984 trustee three term. The. position on carries: a
selection of Firestone in February,when he said"I know all the coop<< members district meetings. year .
I' attending the annual meeting will welcome him and bee keenly Interested in his All members in attendence the March anual meeting will cast their votes Also in store for the members and their guests at the annual' meeting will be1
speech. He is a friend of the rural electric program." for these candidates. the chance to win some of the many door prizes donated by contributing area
Other highlights of the annual meeting will include a return visit by the Scrip" A change in the election nomination procedures was voted in last year. The merchants and concerns which will be given away at the close. of the. meeting
tures; a well-known gospel singing group which turned in a popular perforchange allows the two nominees Retting the highest vote at the district meeting later i in the afternoon. '


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Dancing.. each Thursday, 7:30: p.m. at the Masonic Hunter Education eou...... i
Lodge in Starke, corner of Call and Orange St. Caller Is Jim will be held In Lake Butler beginning on March'5 at 7 p.m. I
Duncan. Visitors welcome. Mainstream dancing. In the County Agricultural Bulldlng/Entsnslon Office at 580 S. (Iil il ila
Lake Ave.: The course will continue orv the following three
St. ,atrId.'. Day brunch... at Bennlgan's\ Galn..v ll.. Mondays, March 12 19 and 26:The final test will be given on
Saturday and Sunday, March 17 and 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday March 31, The program Is open to children and
Tickets are $7. Contact the Guardian. ad Lltem office at adults. Contact County Agent Logan Fink at 496-2321
1-374-3636 or Betty Jennings'air -3780602 for advance
tickets. '
Keystene Heights Boy Scout Troop 104 meets at Keystone's'.
Th. event Is sponsored by the Guardian ad Lltem
programIn
United Methodist Church each from 7:30 9
Tuesday night.
conjunction with the Alachua County Council'on Child
Abuse and Bennlgan's Restaurant. p.m.

Bake end Rummage..,.... this Saturday; March 17 next Lewtey Dixie Youth Baseball the association will hold Its
door to Badcock's Furniture. monthly' meeting tonlghtThursdoy( Feb. 2)) o( JM p.m In to 9iA K
The sale 1 II being sponsored by the Bradford County School Law I.y. h r inn
Food Service Assc.; /-fc ''I''V' Sterke Boy Scent Troop 70 meets from 7 8:30 p.m. each
Tuesday In the scout hut behind the tennis courts on'"raft
Sal. hour from 8:30 3 *
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the Elementary School cafeteria In Keystone Heights.. ,." 'A Welahtwetchers Club... Is being h.ld'in Starke on'Man.
day nights at 6:30: p.m. Call. Peggy Register 1-264-4135 for
Co-op Day... Parents please support the PFA bring baked more Information. : T
goods to elementary school by 9 a.m. or to the PEA
,,. Bak. Booth at the Co-op. M.lro.T.O.P.1.The weight' reducing club......each Tuesday i
; at 9:30 arm at the Ellam Baptist Church In Melrose. 4 a t I ap
Hippodrome Film dub features a variety of films of a contemporary ;i : .; \

t nature each Friday and Saturday night at. the Hippodrome Singles dub,.. a singles club Is being formed in'Macclenny "'I .
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t' 25 SE 2nd Plac. In Gainesville. for the purpose of having weekly or monthly ga-tog.thersand '. '
social functions. A weekly dance Is being held on each'
Judo a.._ will be held' Monday and Thursday nlghll In Friday night at the Women's Club located two blocks south i
7. the Keystone Heights High School cafeteria.Junior classes ,of the traffic light on 5th street Something for the Show .
Everyone at Antique .. .
I will be held from 6:30: p.m. 7:30 p.m.'and senior classes For more Information on the club'and social events,"call I ., i ldp,i '!"r ; .
<' from 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Call 473-3964 for- more informs Viola. Risk.at. 1-239-4784. .Last year people came from all over the area to sell or'> '' County Fairgrounds.. I '.; ti...1 niw I.. ;; u i. '"
6' tion. buy antiques at the nm"annual Woman's Club.Antique tAbove; ) Last year one veryapopularybootb"was! this

J -' ,Y 4' Show SaIe..Theevent waaopoplliarthatthey' doonfarn,I1",'''';'' *'''\4 ''/ '' 's ', sh. ..:Io'atytaah\ //.I..i ,ynf .," ,'
I' Aerobic Classes' are 'being offered Mondays/ and Ing It again next weekend March .6-.H. at the radford ,
6, Wednesdays at 9:30: a.m. 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.) and on The Florida State Museum... .
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. at the Keystone Heights The Gainesville museum features a Florida' cove five : ;
Woman's Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. '.Florida ecosystems, the Hall of Florida HI.tory.cI a Mayan 1
Palace and Object Gallery. Hours 9-5 weekdays and Soiur'days J Woman's Qub Antique+ Sho'"eo' f
Aerobic Clesses will be offered from 5-6 p.m. Mondays. .'' Tuesday open till 9 p.m., 1.5p.m. Sundays, end ; _: ,' "\; i

Wednesdays and Fridays beginning Jon!,16 through March 9. holidays.:Located on the corner of Newell' Drive and Museum ByMarkFrledlln :''figurines. 'i ", .upper; "All' i meals are' "" T" 'I
f. Classes sponsored by the Bradford Hospital Center for Road at the University of Florida campus.Have BCT Staff Writer' while the antiques and collectibleswlU moderately priced.Desserts,starring }
i Health and Fitness. Classes are free to comprehensivemembers It's showtime again for the Second be the atelier attractlorw at the the ever-popular Starke Strawberry f
and $3 Pr class or $40 for the eight week session .' Annual and Collectible Show and show home-cooked meals will be of- Shortcake, are available, from 11 a.m.

1 for ,-""' ... Call 964-4210 to register ; :/ en announcement*... Get It In to'us by.Mondays Of 5 Sale, sponsored by the Women's Club' fere throughout the'\show :an well. to closing ','..odtdal. "chuck ''I.
Of Starke.will be held March 18 17 Those famous ,"Blsquits by O'Steen". wagon",will for ;
wttisfy a
:' offered !In Lake Butler Monday p.m. and we can put '1.In. me Calender local events church '' on any urges
Aerobics desses ore being on hand .
gatherings special speakers 18 at the Bradford County will be the highlights of the breakfast snack, offering hamburgersrbot dogs .r
or new will ,
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afternoons ot : + room groups
i and Thursday p.m. *
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menu, sausage
Sterfce 2 be Included on request We must ask that keep them. .
School. Also Tuesdays at you
\. Union County High 1 Church. Call 964.5078 for Infor. concise as possible.Are.You. The event was a big bit last year ai* together with juice and a variety of Women's. Club members say they :
p.m. at St. Mark Episcopal visitors and exhibitors from all over muffins. Each day at the show ham ,are ,.delighted" that nearly 100 per: .
i. motion. ; I .f.. the...region cam to how off their ,and cheese-and tuna sandwiches,, cent of the show's IMS. exhibitors are
i version'el k.raClub' .. wares and browse, through.the hundreds ,served with potatoe chips and :ret>rrala .' .
r. Keystene Night*wl .;.f\( Night, (' of display* : will be a lunch feature pick: : 'Among those ,who'have"' reserved
meets second .Tuesday Of ooch month at 7:30 p.m,;ot first, :,. ReaclingiArtliyr, ,,. f," tthe.how I :
: : .i ( Admission to J Is a I iow:1:80: ;homemade vegetable soups anNWH.t teeth space at the Show and Sale are J
Baptist Church M KeystoneNerrit at tile diet salad is available..deL '.Ika CaHttM O'&en
).G: ,_ door and bows are ,Friday A plate Carol Patrick
'\ Ii I .e. > :* I ,. from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday from. 000;; Friday/meat loaf with masted. MfaBo AnanM. .aad isWond I i... ,')
I Florida a.."; Gutter salary resumes Gainesville Its monthly." 'Each Week in the B- tioDl'IJt.rt,,. IB as.m.to 8 p.m.and Sunday. from noon.,. ,;.pototoM: tomato gravy,'.green bamw 1 Areuod, fltarfcs; Banelan's slime ;"'!; .1
i' meetings Wednesday pt St. Patrick's School In "ar :>* ;,,f I' H-,, .' .itoftiun. and a fruit salad will be the dies. ........d. .......'aj' ftWs AMi"t, ::: i
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classical guitar works* Three concerts or. planned for the 'Great' ". 1 \ of favoritM, such.silver oW clocks ; m .., menu(8It.all,t .win be ., "
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lly Mark Priedlin eback on the junior high and,high school level once again.
BCT Staff Writer Over 40 elementary school-age players were at a recent; session one Saturday, II11 Vw
When head'Basketball Coach Ron Ausec moved to a position at Keystone morning,all hard at work on drills,basics and fundamentals of the game which
Heights High School, he found a basketball program on the lower end of the Coach Ausec says he doesn't want to have to coach all over again later on. ,
priority list in a school known for its outstanding baseball teams, '
"These are the fundamentals that we don't want to have to go over when these
Sure the girl's were always strong, under Lady Indian Coach Cathy Boat- kids'reach the varsity level," Ausec said, lifting his voice a little to be heard
wright the Kill IS girls have had a winning tradition during the past five years. over 40 excited young voices that filled J the crowded gym. "Besides,"he chuckled FRESH
The boy's program had fallen by the wayside however, with interim coaches "This Is a lot of fun for everyone, it doesn't matter if some of these kids
never go out for a team the rest of their lives. We just think its ,.I,
serving in the coach's spot struggling to build a winner with athletes to whom a great way to
basketball was third choice on their list if that. stay in shape, learn to handle the pressure of competition,and possibly prepare StrawberriesDAILY +
themselves for junior high and varsity competition it they choose.;We don't put .
"No-one was'too serious about the sport when we first arrived here, and any pressure on them at all and(they all get the same amount of playing time in E '
thought it was a shame because I knew Keystone has had some-outstanding our scrimmages. Everyone participates.! &
teams in the past,"said Coach Ausec,who served as an assistant coach to some r-j ,
outstanding teams himself at Ocala Vanguard before coming to Keystone, Including Coach Ausec says some of the players he or I.is assistants have coached have
one state champion. "I knew that if we were going to build the programup developed In other ways beside basketball, and Sharon Thompson, mother of
again,we were going to have to start from the ground up,and that's exactly one of the players in the program agrees. w 'i .
what we are doing/' "We think its great for Sean and his friends," Mrs. Thompson said as she BUY NOW
At the beginning indeed. waited with several other parents for the session to come to a close "lie's got FORTHE
Coach Ausec and a couple of assistants,Mike Wingate and Mark Kager,have ten a lot out of it and he's excited about the sport,and other sports more than he
started a basketball program for elementary age kids, girls and boys, which was before lie started. We think it's a great program." _
gets together on Saturday mornings for workout sessions, a basketball camp if "This is the way to do it,"Ausec said as he began running his group of players FREEZER'i'
you will,which seems to be a healthy substitute for Saturday morning television through a dribbling drill, "The early bird gets the worm right? I just know i
fare,and the beginning of a firm foundation for the sport to make a strong comSigns there's a Larry Bird out here som where. Now with just a little more work...'" Mc: \

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Obituaries War 11. :! ,! -"She born end moved. Card Thanks;; Archie Tanner's .funeral home SSd
I Survivors include his wife, 'MRJ."" to Merlden 20 years ago. Since 1975, : staff for their concern in prwMJrtfi ar
of Waldo; one daughter, Audry Amanda Douglas of Lake BuUe&&Mstepson : ; Mrs. Hoydilla, had lived ;Iin Keystone i. ', The family of James I Floyd Fender our; many needs during this time elsadness.
Dr. Patricia II.Carter Hedrick; two: sons, August C. Zim- ,Thomas J. Johns of D deqH: ,; Heights' during the winter months. wishes to our incere: 'appreciation .
)Dr.. Patricia Hadaway Carter,66,of merman and Merrick (C. Zimmerman ty; one sister, Hattie Moody of She was a retired elementary schoolteacher to express those that responded so Also, 'a very special thank you to
I Melrose,.died Wednesday afternoon, ''three sisters, Norma Masek, and a member of the Association
; Jacksonville;; one brother, Pete graciously in our time of bereavement our family who helped us in so nwungrways
March 7, in North Florida Regional Hazel Fitzgerald and Louise Udvard, Douglas of Jacksonville; eight grandchildren of. Retired"' Teachers. of Cpnnec- to get through one of the most
Hospital. Gainesville following a all of Ohio. and seven great grand ticu All expressions of love shown! to our difficult times ever experienced In
lengthy Ilnes Following cremation, Mrs. Zim- children. ,/ Mrs Hoydilla was a member of St. family with food, cards, flowers, our, Journey through life.
Born I lit Gainesville, Ga., Dr. Carter merman will be taken to Ohio for Funeral services will be held Thurs'day Joseph's Catholic Church in Meriden visits, and most of all the prayers that
moved) Melrose from Boca Raton, burial Archie Tanner Funeral Home March IS, at 2 p.m. in Archer and Sf. William's Catholic! Church in helped to make this difficult time Card of Thanks
in, 1979. She was a retired professor of Starke in charge of local ar- Memorial Chapel in Lake Butler with, Keystone, Heights. She was als4 a bearable! were deeply
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from Florida Atlantic University in .rangements.. the Rev Raymond Baer officiating. member of the Woman's Club and predated: ap We would like to u."nk *tl W .!;.
Boca Raton; had previously served as 'freeman Douglas Burial will be In Elzey. Chapel Senior Citizens Center in Merlden- Our deepest ''appreciation to friends for their prayers, cards, :.
Elementary Supervisor! in Palm Freeman Douglas, 73, of Lake Cemetery under the direction of Archer Survivors include three sons, Charley Johns] Reverend Roman flowers and visits when Harry hAbis
Beach (County; as principal of Butler, died Tuesday, March 13, at Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Conn.Stephen S. Hoydilla of Wallingford, Alvarez, EMTs(Paul West and Scotty surgery, and the loess **w 3'
Kenneth D. and
Seabreete Elementary School in Anthony F. ions of sympathy in the! (- urgreatnephew
the VA Hospital Lake City follow- Taylor, Starke!! Fire Department
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Jacksonville; and as educational consultant ing a long Illness IsabellcH.lIoydillaIsabella Hoydilla, both of Mer'den; two Volunteer firemen, Chub, Jeff and ,Toad: Durden.
in Honduras. Or. Carter Born in Lake Butler, Mr. Douglashad R. Hoydilla of Meriden, sisters, Marguerite Dacey and Helen '' Scotty Johnson,; City Police Department ? The food that was brought in was
Foplano, both of Mass
Weymouth : a .
taught at Central Michigan University of his life in. I : id ; Bradford Sheriff's delicious and greatly appreciated.With
lived most Union Conn, died Sunday, March .U' brother, Walter Dacey ,of : County
university of Texas, Jacksonville County.. He was a service station at- Shands Hospital of cancer/'She was Beach and five Riviera, Department, (staff at Bradford Sincere Appreciatiw
University and the University of tendan.JLj.n4! was a veteran of World. ; ," ; grandchildren. .Hospital, Inc.. and-a special thanks to Hilda and lIrry Ho *t.MiH
Florida.)! She also had taught in the -
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' University of Florida; had served as''
executive secretary of the Florida Favorite
Assn. for Supervision and Curriculum :: name brands
Development and was a member of ,
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fraternities.Mrs.Petersburg'Survivors Sandra; include one McMichael son one, William daughter of St.B., ,$ ;>. (; at even I owe r pri i ces '

" Carter Luther of Denton Chester,Hadaway N.J.; one, rotheri 7>,;., .

Gainesville, Ga. ; three grand-
. children and a close personal friend, : time fO !

f' Dr.' Funeral Honor F.services Maynard were of held Melrose.Satuiv : JU I, spring,ro : ;:;+ :*I

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Heights; with Rev.David Landers officiating. ; r: : "
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s. following a long Illness.
., Born'in' Raiford, Mr. Powers was a
lifetime resident of Bradford County

of and Transportation.was retired from' the Department' H- ,z HReg

" Survivors Include'' two daughters, :, '
Mrs. Madeline McDaniel of Lawtey ( '" $ "
and Mrs. Agnes Powers of Macdenny ) ;,
; two sons, Billy, and Bobby \,'"., ., ''
.+( Powers both of Lawtey; one brother,", '+' I '
t, 'Earl Powers of Ft. Myers; one sister, \ '
' Pauline Jones of .Ft., Myers; .and ten '
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Raiford with Jones Funeral Home, Save 3.00: on the Thermos Brand SunPackvr 11 this Genuine oWhldo UcinwfFl:! .ld. 'Iove Ctoflshknwlft$ a Zebeo Rod and Reel I Combo,
,,$14 Nona St., Starke, in charge of ar'. ') Qt. Cooler. Super urethane Insulation keeps all for baseball or softball features tough rawhide and save 3.016 ft.,2-pc.llght action rod features
,, rangements. your food and beverages cold. Locking handle lacing, durable vinyl binding and split leather ceramic guides. 202 splncast reel Is fitted with
; JT. Marvin Faircloth ; with "flip-over" beverage holder lid. ,.welting for right t handed throwers Zebco rnonofilament One. #1245. :
; J. Marvin Falrcloth 62, of Santa FLake "; :died In the VA Hospital b1 i
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Morocco Temple of the Shrine, and ;8
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I Survivors include his wife, Belt; r
Thomas Faircloth; one daughter,
. ., ,Gilda Faircloth Kinsey of Kennesaw, .'
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jof'Gray Jacksonville, of Camilla; his, Ga.mother; one Mrs.brother J.O;, .. ,' 3 ;d

Winston H. Faircloth of Albany, Ga,. '. ifl87picg. lull lea 1.37 Reg. : 2 RLI 'III.
'and four grandchildren. \ .96 pkg. PKGS.
'4 Funeral services were held at I I. Milky Way Snicker. or 3 Brash with Crest for fewer ScottFamllyNapldns.Prlced Giant Solo Plastic\ Party Stock up oh Hl-Ori Paper
:p.m. Wednesday, March 14, in th''.: Musketeers delicious ttes.Regutar.MntorGe! (, low to save you more. 300 Cup' In assorted: .colors. Towels In assorted prints.100
I / :,Chapel DeWitt with C. Rev.'Jones Charles Funeral E. VanZan Horn t snack size burst 1 lb. pkg: In 8 oz. tube. "hopklns per Economy,pack. Twenty 16 oz.cups per pkg. two-py sheets. 75 sq. ft.

, !''officiating. Burial was In Keyston tI i t,
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member of the
David Brown and Rev George Chism Burial was in Old Providence Baptist Funeral services were held Sunday
officiating. Church under the direction, afternoon in the First United Church.
Burial was in Highland Cemetery
William M. Smith : of Methodist Church of Lake,Butler with Survivor include one daughter
William C. Hardee Baptist Church Cemetery with the Ar Archer Funeral Home of Lake -
William ? William,'Cecll '67 ., of chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein Butler i Elder Mackey Dekle officiating.( Lovie Lyons of Lake Butter; one stepson
01 Starke. died Thursday In Nom Hardee Burial was in Dekle Cemetery under Reavts Dowling of Waycross: ,
Florida Regional Lawtey died Thursday March 8, in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Ruby L. Dekle the direction of Dekle-Walnrlght Ga? one brother. Edward Crews of
Gainesville Hospital North}Florida Regional Hospital. Dewitt Clyatt Mrs. Ruby L. Dekle 72, of Lake City Funeral Home of Kingsland Ga. Jacksonville;;--TWff sisters Nancy
A native Nassau Mr. Hardee was a member of the Dewitt C. Clyatt, 66, of Leesburg, died Thursday in the St. Vincent's Teague of Fitzgerald, Ga.. Ettie
Smith moved 5r to Starke County, Mr. First Baptist Church of Lawtey; serv died Wednesday morning in the Hospital in Jacksonville after an ex Albert D.Crews Prescott of Georgia Etta Strtckler of
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an early U.S. Marine Corps from 1942 Leesburg Memorial Medical Center tended Illness. Albert Dinsmore, Fla, Leatie Prescott and
age. ,He retired in 1973 from Deamous Crews, 85, of Mac-
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Corporation; served in the DUPont 1945; was self-employed for after a brief illness. Born in Rochelle, Ga., Mrs. Dekle clenny, died Monday morning in the Vennie Barnett, both of Jacksonville;
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and was a member Army. yean as a contractor- Born In Union County Mr. lived most of her life in the Lake Fraser Memorial Hospital after a 11 granddaughters and several great
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Church Level Baptist carpenter. He was employed by the had lived most of his life in New Butler and Lake City area. She was brief illness. grandchildren '
Survivors include his wife State Department of Corrections at Florida ton, Conn., until moving to Leesburg the widow of the late Nelson Dekle; Born in Ware County, Ga., Mr.. Memorial services were held Tuesday I
Smith of Starke daughter Malvina Prison as a vocational five years ago. He was retired from was a housewife and a member of the Crews lived most of his life in Baker night at 7 p.m. in the Archer i
Shellee ; one carpenter instructor Until' his retire Allen Manufacturers as a machinistand Wesley United Methodist Church in County; was a farmer and was 4 Funeral Home of Lake Butler. I
Smjlth Priest of Lawtey; one ment in 1975.Born and raised in Brad was a member of the Baptist Jacksonville. Cremation will follow.
son, Ronald Scott Smith of Oak Hat ford County and went to school in faith. Survivors include three sons, W.C.
-bor.Wash.; one brother A.Q. Smith Bradford County. Survivors Include one daughter "Billy" Dekle and Robert Dekle both I I
of ,5tarkei: # four totem, Velma Lee Survivors include' his wife,. Ona Mrs. Erica Fraloli of Southlngton, of Lake City and Richard Dekle of I
Grjffls
Kersey, 0 of Keystone Heights Iris 'Irene Norman' Hardee four Conn.; one son, William Clyatt of Jacksonville; four daughters Betty liu I
Johnson of Starke Mrs. Frankie daughters Marcie Helen Starling Freda Dallas, Texas; and three'grand-. Gainey of Seffner Fla., Pat Johns of I
Branford and
and
Quioelle Taylor, Eunice Denice Children. Lake Butler Donna Coleman of
Carter of Jacksonville. Crapse, all of Lawtey; one son, Funeral'services were held Satur- Texas City,Texas and Mary Frances !
Funeral services were held at 11 Wayne Cecil Hardee of Lawtey: one day at 4 p.m. in the Chapel of Archer Lewis of Lancaster Va.; 19 grandchildren -/ t I
a.m.Monday;March 12,in the Chapelof sister Kathleen Stringer and his Funeral. Home of Lake Butler with and 11,great grandchildren.. !. _81'
Archie
Tanner Funeral Home with mother, Ava Mae' Stevens, both of Multi Mile
the Rev. Bob Cooper officiating. Hollywood, Fla.j; 13 grandchildrenand -N -
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery five great grandchildren. Glass Belted
under the direction of Archie Tanner Funeral services were held Sunday REUPHOLSTER! Road. Hazard Warranty
Funeral Home. March 11, at 3 p.m. in the First Bap-
Why buy now ALLURES P165/80D-13 $23.88'HAVE

Fuqua Staff Member Backers of the issue had pointed to when your present P186/80DD-13,, '26.88 P215/75B-1S '32.88
the county's rapid furniture Is P22S/75B-1S '35.88
: To Be in AreaWednesday population nearly ROAD P195/75B-14 29.88
in the past 20 years that has : P235/75B-15 '36.88
made better. 33.88
March 28 tripled its number of residents.If probably HAZARD P215/75B-t4(
the bond issue had passed,the annual rCALL COLLECT"1FOR GUARANTEE WB also have recaps In stock
A representative of Congressman ,repayment would have been Multi Mile -
Don Fuqua (D-Altha) will be in.the $2.75 million. That would have re- Front Disc; I
following towns in this area on quired approximately 2.825-mills in. l't\ I FREEESTIMATE I R 346l8 XL '
Wednesday?.March 28: property taxes In 1984,but would have P165/80R-13 P215/75R-15 '43.88 $3BrgakegS
Lulu, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; Lake Butler 10 increased property taxes by only one P195/75R-14 '37.88 P225/75H-15 '45.88 5'
to 11 a.m.; Raiford,,11:30 to 12 noon;; mill since 1.825 mills Is already levied ,- WE P215/75R-14' '41.88 P235/75R-15 '41.88. .
Lawtey 1 to 1:30 p.m: Meetings in for capital construction. '
these towns will be at their:respective School officials warned citizens WILL BE IN -.IBHWWa '
post offices. The Starke meeting will before the election that failure to approve I t VISA. H 1Gl'
be at the courthouse from 2 to 3 p.m. the bond issue could result in '
"With Congress in session it is not double sessions at some schools to ac Big, Savings on II YOUR AREA Front EndAlignment Chrome i White''
possible for me to be in the district as commodate. increase in students. II Spoke Wheels'Spoke '
often as I would like," Rep. Fuqua "In Stock Fabrics" ON SATURDAYS! \ [ Wheels
said. "I urge people to'ome by and, 'Flooding Predicted __----- ---_..J $ $3588 $2488
Iwvv fur nttufv 9.99
tell my staff assistant of their con On'Santa Fe and ; fwv tor.(ncttm MMtntuAm tl.Ik* TIM inr fin ,
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everything possible ,to be of ; CORBETT'S' TIRES & .SERVICE
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Flood conditions are expected to'' 20%OFF onDraperies DECORATORS Usan.T mpl.Firestone Ave. 964.6436 I .
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Clay Voters 23-241 according to the National River 3725 Spring Park Rd.eon 396-999O '"............._____....,orm.rly.. ... n.--.......+..,....,.J
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Jacksonville.The JACKSONVILLE FL 32207. no .u. -
Defeat $25 Million T. ___. ..________ ___...________)
crest at 3-Rivers Estates is ex
., School Bond Issue pected to reach near 30 feet by that ---
date. Flood stage starts at 19 feet. -. ;
.. Clay County's proposed $25 million At the Highway 129 bridge the river -
school bond issue was defeated at the> Is expected near'30 feet by March 23.
': polls Tuesday by a vote of' 6,534 Flood stage at the bridge is 21 feet. .
against and 4,686 for the issue.., Flooding on the Suwannee River at -
The bonds were sought to finance White Springs is expected to crest on QTY
: new high school and middle school in March 14 at 79 to 80 feet. Flood stageat LYl'c1
the northern part of the county and White Springs is 77 feet.
additions to Keystone Heights high At Branford the river will crest on
i, school, and Clay High at Green Cove March 23 at 36 to 37 feet. Flood stageat MARCH
.Springs. Branford is 29 feet. SALErdware

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Area Girl Scouts Join GSUSA i : i




to Celebrate 72nd Birthday GIRL :;

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,I Happy 72 Birthday Girl Scouts ::::. ,t ,..:. ;_'' ,
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Girl Scouts all over the United Brownie Troop 301 Stephanie Dukes, Debbie Tyliczka, r.
States are celebrating their 72nd Birthday Meets at American Legion Post 56. Marian Sutton, Theresa Ricks. Leslie :1
fl this week. In 1912 when Juliette Scouts include Monica Nichols Simmons, Rosalyn Lennon, 'valerie
Gordon Low started the first troop In Lindsay Walkup, Tanya Anderson Randolph, Cheryl Furrow, Heather
Savannah Ga. it is doubtful even she Rene Daugherty Beth Modesitt,Julie O'Steen.
\ optimistic as she was,could have Imagined Ponder Kelll west, Melina Roberts Advisors Laurie Mullins, Carol 3
' the growth that has taken Jennifer Bednarz. O'Steen and Lila Rae Yawn. .
, place in the scouting world. Today -Leaders Ann and Gary Davis.
there are over three million scouts In Brownie Troop 311
I the USA with over 10,000 scouts in our Junior Troop 614 Meets in the Fellowship Hall, at
j own Gateway Council which includes Meets at Small World Day Care. .First Presbyterian Church
13 counties in northeast Florida. Scouts are Tara Dawson, Julie Scouts include Erin Brewer Linda I I Ii
Sunday the Girl Scouts were en- Thomas Rosa Lee Coins, Kelly Ann Dixon, Tara Dixon,Chassidy Fowler,
couraged to meet In the church of Duncan, Jennifer Richardson, Linda LaRae Geiger, Laura Goodner,,",Teri I
their choice or In their meeting placeto Barnes, Jody Curies, Missy Davis, Griffis, Katina Hampton, Michelle
start the week long celebration. Aimee Ferguson, Renee McCarthy, Hodges, Amy Johns, Tasha Johnson,
Troops are meeting together with Jennifer Stivers, Rebecca Nugent, Amy King, Dana ReddishChristiSmith
sister troops to learn more about each Melissa Sartinarant,Beth McKinney, Rhonda Woods, and,Cindy
: other and Just for fellowship this Lyn Looney, Brandi Barrett, Brooke Williams. t ***. e
week. Fifteen troops make up the Watson, Cindy Dowling, Leigh Ann -Leaders Susan Coins and\;Susan .
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Bradford-Union Neighborhood which Odom, Melanie Jackson, Rebecca Goodner. //flisr '
has continued to the Phillips, Candice Roberts, Cheryl Proclamation.
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twenty grow during past Lynn Moss, Angela Carter, April .., .. .

years.Without the full co-operation' of DiCandio, Angel Parrish, Alyson Brownie Troop 683 ''".' Starke Mayor James V. Crosby, Jr. signing a Proclamation man; Joyce Sutton, Starke Cluster Chairman; Diane J
Susan ,
Farnsworth, Stevens School.
and the Meets at Southside of Girl Scout Week March 11-17 witnessed by and Leigh Ann
sponsors Doge ; Tierney Service Team Manager: I I
leadership Judd, Jennifer Emily Nugent Scouts include Melisa Beeman,
,Girl Scouting would not be Casey Trimble Brownie Kim Dukes, Cadette; Marian Odom, Junior; who represented the area Scouts.
Tracy DeVoe, Kristen Sapp,Tabatha Wanda Crews, Angel Dawson,
able to continue, let alone grow. In Sutton Senior; Carolyn Eaves, Neighborhood Chair ,
B-U there are 250 scouts with thirty Gloria,' Missy Maslowski, Sharon Michelle McKay, Christy Milton, ,
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leaders and assistant leaders Cockerham. Diane Newham, Molly O'Neal, Jamie I
in churches homes -Leaders Diane Tierney and Denise Thompson Casey Trimble Melanie -v
i meeting schoolsli ,
E. Call Street Starke
i Masonic Hall, Woman's Club and Griffis. Trimble, Danyelle Riley, Traci ,
Thomas, Ann Vandiver Maelynn
American Legion buildings. A special
:. thank you to all who have so Junior Troop 605 Vandiver Christy Crawford and vera Furnture & Appliance
Masonic Hall. J1Discount
I generously provided the meeting Meets at Smith.
include Lori Mann, Sharon and
Scouts -Leaders Maura O'Neal Montery
t I places. Thomas, Karen Rowe, Theresa Wasdin. Prtf-lnvimtory: B aI I IWe're .=
Thank you to those leaders who also Guthrie, Tara DeSue, Kim Hampton, \
Kunitha Melecio, Michelle Conner Brownie Troop 622 : '
the Service
And
serve on Neighborhood
: Team for BU. it takes much extra Danielle Smith, Christy Conner Meets in Lake Butler Woman'sClub. Overstocked. Liquidating

:. activities time to plan each and year.Neighborhood implement. scouting April Lashawn Duffy McCray, Tracy Jeanette Vanzant Daniels, Carla, Scouts. are Patty Berrier Katonla I : .3 Some of Our Furniture & Appliances at

: Service Team Stephens, Diane Rowe Barbara Cashe, Monic Chastaln Joyce, t
Manager Diane Tierney, Thomas, Tammy Guthrie, Samatha Douglas, Roxanne Hamrlck Malanie Low Prices
Neighborhood Delegate Chairman Deese, Christa Modesitt Sara Knight Alicia Luther, Rochele Reed, : Drastically ,
1\ Carolyn Eaves,Neighborhood Cluster Looney, Brandee Moody. Daniel Winningham, ,Veronika Alex. "
Charimen; Brooker Kathy Hobbs, -Leaders Lou Ann Rowe and Mary ander Cindee Pruitt Amanda. < JUST A FEW I
Hampton Andrea Abrams, Lawtey Looney. Roberts. M trstc c < c
Hicks
Edna Allen, Southside Laurie -Leaders Cathy and Scott :
Mullins, Starke Joyce Sutton, RJE Cadette Troop 520 I
Elizabeth Walker and Union Cathy Meets at First United Methodist Junior Troop 454 -r OF OUR SPECIALS
Hicks. Secretary Nancy Odom, QSP Church. Meets at Lake Butler Woman's -
Chairman Andrea Waterhouse, Scouts are Shaun Butler Victoria Club. 6 Hard Pine j
Cookie Chiarman Lila Rae Yawn, Butler, Angela Cohens, Leila Bule, Scouts Include Michele Chastain, pc : *640.
'. Trainers Laurie Mullins, Carolyn Carla McCutchen Joyce Searcy, Raquel Kendricks, Leslie Knight, Living Room SuiteJ, .... .,..Reg.?99.95(Free Lamp)
Eaves, Assistant Trainers Diane Erika Banks, Coretha Daniels, Viva Tawana McDonald,Tiffany Williams.
Tierney and Andrea Abrams. Riley, Stacey Marshall, Idella Hall, -Leader Joyce ,Wainwright (Cathy 3 pc Early American n Q 95
Hermia Thomas Michele Sarah Smith, Lisa Kim and Scott Hicks), Living Room Suite.. . ,, ?. Reg. 699.95 (Free Lamp) O 515J
Dukes, Bronson,
Brownie 690
Meets In First Troop United Methodist Tierney.Abrams, Nicole Johnson Hersey,, Shannon Colleen Brooker Junior Troop 31 ; Couch w/Matching Chair.. ... .,,' .,. . ',. 125 .
Church. Mindy Meets in First Baptist \ in $
Mikki Bechker, Kim Lee, Chum .
Scouts incline Shade Rowe, Neary, Brooker. Couch : : 17,5
Cindy Missy Price, Angela Joiner Mikki Naugahyde . '.". . Reg.
Grider, Stephanie Hill, Stephanie Scouts include Sarah Douglas,Ton- ,299.95 0
Roth Allison Langer, Santlya Sarnt, -Leaders Robinson.Joyce Sutton and Carolyn ja Johnson, Cheryl Griffis, Stephanie Odd Living Room Chairs. :. ,,. . :: Beg,,79.95. 40 "
Brittany Bula, Laura Toth, Marie Gainey, Amy Fletcher, Melissa '
Toth, Sally Coins Bobbie Westcott,. Eaves. Hislop, Karen Stokes,"Patricia. .Bath 0" -, Coffee & End.Tables ,.,..,. rLtfj'dy.rAgi( '...i 10 & up I
Erin Rogers, Amy Parrish, Vanessa Christina Bath: .

Powell Jennifer, Penny Honna.Strivers, Melanie .Meets in Senior First Troop United 669 Methodist -Leaders Cathy Hobbs and .Etljct l Bunk Beds . .. .._[ . :'.'. /?.-. $-125: .'
Hinds. Douglas.
-Leaders Andrea Waterhouse, Patty Church. Adklns '.. ., _. .,, '..,. '.".,.. ... 8._, :,.. ,Full Sixes ,
Scouts include Dana ) tt
Mullins ... ( "... \\11 JI ;t.
Carmen Eaves. MaittrelsT.Bed $17 5
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Keystone Heights' three Brownie on their behalf for allowing them to past, both scouts and leaders, were ': : j
.I troops were honored at the 11 a.m. utilize the church for weekly also asked to stand and be recognized. Refrigerator'
1 worship service at Keystone United meetings and acting as the sponsorfor !
,, Methodist Church Sunday, March 11. Troops 389 and 418. Junior Cadettes and 'Seniors of "
Girl Scouts of all ages in the com- Scouts from Troop 398 sang one of Keystone Heights celebrated Girl 17.1 cu. feet ;;:, :( : ..

munity were recognized on this "Girl their favorite Brownie songs,"Love." Scout Sunday by attending the 11 Refrigerator/Freezer. . . . $425
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Scout Sunday. The Rev. David Rev. Landers spoke highly of the o'clock service Community I 1'1RefrigeratorFreezer
Landers introduced Dot Rowe leaderof Girl Scout organization and com' Church, which sponsors Junior 14.3 cu. feet ,- tV.:; *: ";. ',

Troop 364, who in turn recognized mented that those who "volunteer Troops 80 and 83 and Cadette-Senior. *' .|.., ......: ; '. f '$325 I
leaders of Troop 398, Barbara their time and abilities to help these ,
Wickham and Lonnie Tuller and young folks grown" should be Pastor Buddy Friedlin welcomed 30" Magic-Chef' 1 \l ('1' I

Troop 418's leader Eva Miller. The especially blessed.All everyone and said he proud he was of Electric Range . ". . . : $330
scouts stood in .i. { OJ' r t.
as a group as Mrs. Rowe those the congregation who the Girl Scouts. He also stated that he 1 "
thanked the church and the minister had been involved In scouting in the was married to one. He talked about Wail Oven

ed the everyone leaders and to blessed take Interest them and in ask the Gas Range ." .. '.' '," '.' . $ 160

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Union Man Arrested lend on Pleasant Grove I' Rd.""'; to JeW\ f'l! *ner of Madison; ami;Walnut .';'gtst'i't' l;; Traffic Criminal Court following i *d defendants received,,final ;;' munlty service-under aupervjslprj of
In Sunday AccidentA W. and Patty Warren for $4,000. Starke early Sunday morning and : disposition. Salvation Army. > '
Donald Rauber sold lot 2 of Block 1, was cited for careless driving. The Seventy-one Claude Brantley Brown Jr., driving Brown careless driving, fined 989
Lake Butler man was arrested for other driver cited for having no cases were scheduled fined
West Pines subdivision to Annie P. was before while intoxicated, 281.50,
driving while intoxicated, careless Holton and Linda Kay Bedell for tag.Charles Pierce In Bradford Count H. license suspended six months, must Melvin D. Cribbs, driving while
driving and expired tag after hts $26,500. Lester Boyer, 16, of Starke Traffic..Crlminal Marc Court attend driving while intoxicated license suspended or revoked, fined
March truck ran into a harked car Mark V. Olin sold an acre of land on pulled out from Gator Freight park- Court 12.The. (DW1)) school, give 60 hours com- $59.23.

Robert 11 at 2:45 a.m. _CR-227 to Roy W.:Austin for $ ,3o0. onto Walnut St. striking a 1972 -- -"'- -'- .-
Van Osborne driving a 1979 Ford pickup driven by Lawrence D. .
De Ilet.plckuPj was southbound on Clyde Bryon Terwillegar III sold a Oglesby in the right front fender, according Quantity
CR-231 when he I hailed to negotiate a parcel of land in block 39 of Johns Ad- to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. o The
curve to the left and ran into the park- dition In Starke to Rezie Marie DpAr Damage to the vehicles in the 12:22 USDA Rights
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ing lane and struck a'1971 Chevrolet, $25,000. a.m. accident was $3,000 to the 1982
according to Trooper J. H. Horler. of Kenneth block. W and Vicki Teal sold lot 7 pickup and $1,500 to the 1972 pickup. Cho'ce'M Reserved
25, Livingston and
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pickup was $1,500. Co.'s'' Addition in Starke to Irene E. Neither driver was Injured. a

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Ten Land Sales J..:..Harris! for i2Q,000....._ '__
Agnes M. Schleich of" News of OPEN
sold parcel RecordMisdemeanor 8-7 Mon.-SU.
Last Week in.RC land on US-301 near CR-227 to CourtThe 105 Edwards Road Food Stamps Wtteomtd !
Dorothea V. Ellis for S t
Ten land sale transactions during $23,500. Starke O. reo

the past week totalled $289,300 in Jack Courtnay & Associates Inc. following defendants appeared 964.8290 Wra ,
Bradford County. The largest sale sold lot 10 of Beneva Woods to j'amesM. before Judge George H. Pierce in
was 65 acres on NW 57th Ave. in Dorothy M. Arlington$7,000. .misdemeanor court March :
Woodlawn sold by Larry N. and 12. Gnat for B r-B-Qu...
Clarence O. Perry, passing wore
Gwendolyn P. LaFollette to DouglasJ. thless check court probation six months USDA Choice .Fresh .Fresh Pork
and Jack F. Milne. Both Driver CitedIn pay $35 cost. e '
L. J..and Audrey Kite'sold a parcelof Starke .Accident James Tabron, disorderly intoxication u:'" BEEF : BANANA RIBTIPS
land south of CR-223 at Sampson CI- 30 days in ail. ."
ty to Sampson City Hunting Club, Inc. The driver of a 1982 Ford pickup David Kenneth Ray,fishing without '
for $50,000. truck struck a southbound truck as he license, produced license, dismissed, HIND 's 5 Ibs
Mark and Elaine Olin sold a acre of pulled from the parking lot at the cor- $15 cost;




New playin $1.48.. FOR $1.00 99C b.



?4 PUBLIC ''AMERICAN BOILED FRESH


Melrose r NODE '
CHEESEe". HAM '+ EGGS,

y'' CHARLIE SCHRAMM
Gilbert and .Sullivan's "The s\\cedffel\ '.
fli ,
Yeomen of the Guard",with its grand President. 99 79' $229
music and hilarious
comedy, Is com .
ing to Melrose on Thursday, April 5. I [Lake Chevy-Olds j 1/2 to. 1/2'. Bk 2%. Dor. Hat
Melrose Music Theatre proudly an-

nounces' the opening of another thrill- is proud to announce FRESHCountry ,, USDA CHOICE FRESH
ing 'season' of live, professionally-
performed musical theatre at a low the promotion of DielmonicoSTEAK Cube
price in the unique atmosphere of the. Style
Trinity Parish House in Melrose. JiM LAWSON
"The Yeomen of the Guard", RIBS : STEAKi2'9
Gilbert and Sullivan's crown jewel of tO SALES MANAGER ,
comic opera, is a tale of mistaken '
identity a Jilted jester, and an execu- $ 99 $r -

tion hilariously that never stuffy occurs,'Beefeater"all guarded by J. R: "JIM" LAWSON > 199to.

.yeomen in the Tower of London.This to. ea. .
gem of musical theatre has the Jim wants to
THANKS
to all of his '
sparkle of grand that Sullivan say .
opera Fla. Premium USDA ..CHOICE'BEEF Tender & Juicy
intended to parody and the uproarious I Valued Customers for 21 years with I
comedy of the witty Gilbert. Critics,
concede that this one is "the best". Chevrolet-Olds right here in Starke, arid tq FNe' LEG CHUCKROAST RIB EYESTEAK

its Melrose 10th season Music and Theatre its 6th(consecutive MMT) Is in let you know that he will still be 'giving QTRS. '

year of bringing Gilbert and Sullivanto the service
North Central Florida. There was you same good that he has in |

"The Mikado" in 1979, 'tH.M.S. the past. Be sure and ASK FOR JIM when $ 159
Pinafore" in 1980, "The Pirates of 49C. 16/9901
Penzance"in 1981"lolanthe"In 1982, you come in.
"Patience" in 1983 and now. "The .., LB., (Frutn
Yeomen of the Guard', In 1981
"Pirates" not only appeared in
Melrose;but also Invaded the Thomas'' ". .

Center in Gainesville to audiences of .. .' '
: almost 1,500 people. 'M" ; ; -t A.AKE CIIJVY-OI"ftS': ; PRESENTS ..., i \\r, 1 '

1- formed the Mel Maclr11 m: ... ". .""" > r' .
since 1974-and'has .Ii I' lqGIii lick- No iT. LAKE JS.
Broadway; Reviews for the last three T Give-A-Ways.,- No Prizes No Bu g/ trfiOi


years.For !"The Yeomen of the Guard', Just good honest prices, with good service; from good people. .

David Benson is the director and Judy If sticker is not paid J much for itl! -'UI' USED CARSTRUCKSS10 .
Nielsen is the choreographer. The { our: on your car, you too

cast includes Phillip Wisley, Jackie .-
Lange,David Benson,Jimmy Neale, '
Jack Janes, Bret Bannon ,Oonagh J j 81 EI Camino 83 Chevettes
Kater, Crystal MilesJoan Morasco \ Automatic itoroO ply >"...r ..._ Automatic.. ,air.,AM/f radio,ChoOM" (torn a.M980 .
and David Shoemaker. Ing/brokoi,Cf nqulMopockoo..IttOA .
'Six performances of "The Yeomenof
the Guard" are, scheduled on
83 nrebirdsAulomatk .. 82 Ford MOO
Thursday through Saturday for two m >
dry AM/FW roalol, :I to. chooiofrom Automatic power. favoring, power .brakofe
successive weekends:"April 5-7, and ijt/i, I. A .f tdoroo.17.ooo"U.JJUA: : ,

,18:15 April parish 1214. All are performances located in the start Trini.ty at-' 84' Regency 98 84 S-10 4x4 Blazer ,: ,:.J "I; *7988 :; ". .! ."'7688

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House in Melrose The '- .; ".,'"
House is on State Road 26, one-tenth Coupe, '04I1AlEU"i.1OCJC 93312 84 Cutlass Clera ,82 Dlds'Toronador 81 CeHca GT
mile west of the intersection of State MOM trunk. lack uNwnoffc" coo, o/wnlnMm/ wfiooft, V-4 IJI UO i PU 4x4. Viand loodorf.lo mllM.>3IMA Automotk. Nr. unroof, uoroo, lltrbock, 4
H6voy wall r
Road 26 and State Road 21 in Melrose. windows 1 power,reclining powor Mat vinyl pow.!roof.Hair.automatic'HI spin.' air/'AM//M iforo. COMORO, customrfpo Div id.d front wot,air,InMd( window,color $3379 _, .1I273A: .
ponongor ....
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and .. pocbogo." .crwamo roof bump, power coordlnatod\ mirror, automatic, 'AMA //ful*"1<< /ltvr wtrh OIlllonlng.11 3 5 0
$6 for Friday Cfutao Morao. '
All tickets
are $5 for gaugai,boa> ldo m.IdIng..U-'fI.poworianlanna Tattoo oqufpfrMnt. 233/75%tttr**, Mono,_".!,tilt! ,whool I,bodyUd.moldli./, auto ram.,V-6,low, pkg,daluH. .buap.ry" II '1',7.' '. ,.: 6988.
Saturday performanceS'and I canto imf..fmmw. ary paint, M_'.fackagm and JvQ0B*rock* plmwlp.s.' wII"'plut"lICh' much fnor* j .
82 BUiCK REGAL
Thursday available 'performances.through' Florida.,!and Arts are SALE PRICE'. ;SALE PRICE SALE"PRICE SALE PRICE Automatic till' ,crulw'. ,wWdawL.a.boaun/l. 81 Monte Carlo
'raw, Air,.outomalk. "I, cruln, uoroo. douMo,,
Celebration/Gainesville or by writing, '13888 = 10 488 $10 988' ,rtaml. IM
to Melrose Music Theatre,.P.O. Box \ $15,388' $8488 .. '1{>.' '
675. Melrose Fl 32666, or by purchase 6288

at the following locations-Gainesville, .84 Silverado Pickup ; ,
UF Box Office; Melroee-Roesano's : AutomoUk:, v... power .._ng. II h. suit, 83 S-10 EXT Cab
and Blue Water Bay; Keystone c tnr.o,3.ooom'Io' power__ 4>.,......otr, tow mil**. |.ira ctoonl,
Heights, Village Hardware and Ace w '' : '
:; 7388
Hardware; and Palatka: Nice Houseof 10,988; ..I .. ,
Music In the Palatka Mall. =- .. '
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call
:(904),475.2:42 For more information or 378-2194;,please or contact _ "T .long'whooibato' ..._,., powor,'_Ing, Auto, .... lilt, crul ., powm w-, .
.olr..tan.and.......,,' ."ko.4,000"Un.!'
Costello, P.O. Box 1032, yk 6 '
Gainesville,. FL 32602, .telephone :: ... 8388 '': .' x" $9988
377-6111 or 378-2194, w ; '
,. 84 El Camino 82 Silverado ''
I 81 Honda Accord r Pickup
84.t-10 Fleetclde ', I 84 Blazer .-....S......, ..'..ttoroo, sups nloo eoi Automollc,powor ttoorlno, ,powor brolioi,OM.
More.'Antiquefromage Coriqujofa ... IMS JMW .' '''(,,. powawlMowyllllauY..t.r.a. .
84 C.115 Stepslde .Pickup : ,"' u<*ongliM, owo.....,.. 1100?li"on/olt rood ,!.: :)JI. -.', 2,1/8/ I "; '.:").'..:6\J. ,. =
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Sld.rollII.downy W/.nl.llyallM'w Hr... II"turbo vrnMU. trulM.Nil ipocalln. .7 "' 1Y" ... 8388
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1. 13440'vto. : wndew', a lock, cruM nmrol, .. _. e0x t ; ,. !: .,
nor, .y.225X75f11111".llyfvl'IocIooy-.I95X7'.III": | der., l\ Irlt! ;: cantor, air, .- blvo" MrHn'whllo custonMlpo .. 5;i" t ley '
,tlmodaloM. .)Horn klu*palm.SALE IMr,tpoltwN..ly' pockogo,Moroa. I ;
aauaM.
wIN ll olreondlllonlncj IIMr 4 ryNmdar.eyat. L Lebaron Convertible
Jack's, oid Clocks, Pjomona. Park SALEP5HCE 82 S-10 Tahoe 1.;,82
'Florida. ,'"' :SALE PRICE PRICEJ6888 SALE PRICE ,. nil...vi...>roroo,automatic air. low nil.tot' Automotlef.. air, -.,,top p.w. wmdaw,'
Other'.exhibitors Included In this $ 11 4 8 8' .... *.f! 1111.-

week's show are: Karm Glass and $9888 ., ,,, 14288'y't; 488v; ; /': '9988r'W.rv
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I Collectibles, Tampa; Pat'sTreasures ,' .
,,; Orlaadsv,jAdela Cruso? ';' '..;' 82 Sierra Classic'4x4Automoilc \ .82. 1-10 I Sport

Longwood; FloriBatiAppleseed: Antiques -, : tilt, ........ tioroo. _,.....--. .,4. peed hit mroo,ok, ;ralloor, KC llohlf
Green Cove Springs; Crossroad dew.. ......,lotvobooutyi .;
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'Antiques and Audry Petro, Palatka; 6488
9788JBJMCuHM .
Caribbean ,Antiqu4Katharine;: :<
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Chandler and Bee'Boston Antiques, ;- I. '. '.. Bt CMC Sierra
all from Gainesville; 'Laura's Antl- ? fI Calais < ,,olbo ..-..ol>, got chompl IX7-
,Inai7k3j
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'Waldo-Dena',, ..1". "' ... ...-. '1'-'t. '. ..
\ 'ques and Collectibles; ; : '' --- f .r *
Trinkets and Treasures,"High I Sptf 'I'C'10 ustom ,;. 84 C s mCIIW8ftI,: 1, t>n Ihorpl. ./AlmoM now, : 5488

Ings .Pineapple Post (Antiques; Deluxe Gfedtater P 84 Cutlass 8588.
; 84 S-10 Pick l' ] Pace Supreme '
MlddteburfcV 80
< \ Chevy.C-10
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,Caltahan., Pen-ill'; Antiques ril0Md ,\ ,. 1333*
ixnf : \ ; .M3M ,
Shirley'sThis: and That >- o .roVlv. Irorn., V-o. XI: gat.tank, Mvorooo jpoxlwac, .Y. .pvlio wlponli aul..4.. un4osJwlitt..fully. )i 'I".U.. CM>ld.d Iron; watt badwd.n.wlnp, bolmoMMab ,.Aulomottc,.*.,powor ttoorlno;OvMo. /Atachua/ .Spinning WheeL Lake City r '.,.AM/CM ttonta-.:futtom .!'>. packao. Control.,flit whoo).V*.......,anad.o.rh.y.1 ,Iti".v. olr -'''. Hit.timid gkucnlio 80 Ford ExplorerAvto '
3988
1 The ,Glass Corner 'Tallahassee ReV4'; ';,4 "I A'.itaa tlrm. ,-..-,hrom-":",....h*>l lovonlm <.. IMp k.d..bumps y .. ,,1.(al II\I:roolo) ,paws, window b ., Save I '3,_\fl conlrol.,Moor 10 IN sick tTOCK wn.ay/a.o' uotl""Iron(..,*Iowa, powor......OOTIAO.. err, 43,000* t. .., ... .

Towne Collectibles Antiques Ruth,!Deland of Bayard and Squire'sJRoont. .( ?:SALE'PRICE .. .SAtE PIICE. SALE PIIME,' SALE PRICE' '6188' *_i-, 88OChevy.MrfHxi... ,

.. ''Terry' Carver iAnt queer- : .. -.a tool KIOTO.

' Antiques Louisa's.(Oddware Mildred,'I.'Cente.Kllngersmith.... Mary: *-e $9588... '. ., ,' ,. 10,588\ ; .17, ." 10,588 Kill powor 81''ofM*<
Peeler;t\Hodgepodge and Linoa 'and.;; 1" 9388 79 LTD 4 Deer
Jerry Swanson.uf Jacksonville.* ''The Country .Sto With. friendlyJPcople: l.aed... "
The women's ClUb of Starke ;say\ : ,
'and) -- ,"-> .. : 81 Penttoc FirefcMAirfo. '3988"
they are pr fntiw'tWShow... '' coni. .
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<; item offered.!bl ra.le' rndylha, .. ,'8788
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preperedt WIllie knowing that;the pn- : \ (:\ 'Starke

the .show the I "S-tV 372iiaaJaektetivMe .
'Women',Club to further''theeIraau Oi t/ U \ ; .
Haoiedda Girfa. r .11...,..'-*. l t MMI*tonpto*.._.1".110,.. j' 2".1111.
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II !: Keystone Heights Ads'. '., .. I Union .County'1 ); :Ads'1" \j I



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,. FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICESACTION CARS TRUCKS' HELP WANTED REAL ESTATE FOR SALEWHIRLPOOL
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.. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FI BOATS,./wiw I. .. GOVERNMENT JOSS. Thousands of LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY .
LAWN SERVICE H.dging.dgIng REFRIGERATOR IS cubic ft.,
.\ Rentol REALTYIIALTOR Property Available' mowing and raking. Call for free vacancies mutt be'fillad'llI'Imadlat.ty.' ? If I don't hove It. I'll find It.Just avocado$100. Phone 496-3253. ufn:31SURPLUS
1976 CHEVROLET BLAZERi whedTaVlve.. $17.634 to $30.112. Coil tn842
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{ REALTOR.
I OOO. ask. JANE S. USHER,
estimate. 473.2278.3/15 Itchg Couch $40.00 2
WHITE SANDS LAKE 2BR IBth. CB Call 473-2859 after S 3/8 tfnchg Ext. 35639. 3/8-13 3-fi > Your LlvingrooneChain :
p.m.
496-2126 496-2903 eve
or
'.1 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK '' Full
home. Fireplace, screened porch.Available ISfT OWL CRAFT Seat live well. 9* JOBS OVERSEAS Big month fa...$30.000 Union County Realtor." 8/04 tfn $20.00 each Mattress Set J.I
addition., remodeling Oil and Stand
April 1. $300/mo. Building patios Evlnrude trolling motor and stainless 10 $50,000 plus 'Call $40.00. Drum $100.00
per year
MELROSli 2BR, 2Bth CB home. Fireplace, homes and tile work. Free eitlmates. 'teal IrWIor,1795.473.3087. 1t/151tchg 1-216-3-3000 Exl. 27035. 2-pd 3/8-15 Ray Powell, 496-3377. 1-pd 3/15 .:t
tcreened porch utility room. Avallobl. Phon. 473-4473 before 5 p.m.. 1/5 MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOMEI .. PERSONAL SERVICES HOUSE BDRM, 3 BH, 1200 *a. ft. home !!I
April 1, WOO/mo. tfnchg. Flooded with oiler 'Immediately with central heat/air, carport and
i ZONED COMMERCIAL 'On HWY 2In CARPENTER WORKS Remodeling work FOR SALE Details, Rush ttampsd addressedenvelope. DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK large workshop On large fenced lot In 'J
\ Keystone, 3BR. Bath home. $400/mo. kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. P and P Enterprise. Dept, Package deal I; well drilled, water. Breaker.Owner moving Must sell call
I COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTY OH Reasonable prices. Call 473-2477 afterS SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC E-6, 713 Hyman Street 'Wllllomston, pump, new Installation of septic 1-483-1284 for terms oft 3/1
HWY 26 and Latchstrlng Road In :30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg pipes and fitting Water softeners. N.C. 27092 2-pd 3/0-15 | tank, drain fields and lift stations. RICK NOqSB( ;9 BDRM. 2; BH. Central
CARPET AND VINYli repairs and Installation Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgts.. available. All work
Melroso. For more Info call: .. Mobil.home pales heat/air fireplace, carport. utility,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. .. Free estimate.. Ten years 473.40061/5 tfnchg guaranteed call Tommy Dorman patio small rental haute on 2 acre.
Realtor 473-4M1 experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for FREE FIREWOOD Bring your own chain FOR RENlTYPEWRITIRS 275-2151. UFN 9/1 Call 431-1831 Ralford. 2-pd 378-13
2/16 tfnchg Craig. 1/5 tlnchg saw. 475.2555.3/15.22 2tchg CUSTOM MAD Droprles. Valance and PARROKETTS FOR SALE Many colon to
DAYCARBi In my home. Close to AT PACK RAT BUY SELL, TRADE AND ADOINO MACHINESFOR Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143: for choose from. Also have cage.
12X45 MHi 2BR furnished wood deck Keystone Schools Call 4737529. 3/15 Located 2 bike n. of red light. HWY 21. RENTt Union County Times ))50 FREE Estimates.: S and W-Enterprise avallabl.: Call 196.2139.1chg: 3/1J
m.tal skirt. Excellent condition call Itchg OPEN: Wed.-Sot. 96. -Main Street Lak. Butler. Phon. UFN 929NETTIES
4737450.315 Itpd HANDYMANt All kinds of home repairs Glassware, old jewelry, hea..heTdgoods 496-2261 for Information,1FN 3/1 TREE SERVICE Tree removal and.
ON BIO LAKE BROOKLYN 2BR cottage, mobll.hom. repairs, and fix-up needs. china, furniture, mlscel.. items. MOBUI HOME Big Yard" Private Entrance pruning. Also firewood, oak and pine
No |lob too .mall. Minor plumbing 473-3183. 3/15tfnchg for sale.Call Thomas Nettle 4963823.
$300/mo. Call 473-3334 or 12821727. 3 BDRM. 2 full both. No Logs.
3/1 tfnchg repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul Phone 496-2842. 2--chg 3/6-15 ufn 12/22 Subscribe !
OFFICE AT IUSY CORNER facing FlamIngo ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. HOUSES FOR SALE'' TRAILER FOR RE'. ? 2 BDRM trailer;,. fur- NIW CREDIT card I Nobody refused!
St but can be teen from SIM 00 LAWN WORKt Will do any or all-mow nithed. Powell, 4963377. ufn 3/B Also VI.a/Mat.rcord. Call UNION COUNTY TIMES
and SR-21 Intersection. Prim. location. rake, edge, trim fertilize. Reasonable REDUCED-OWNER MUST SEUt lovely MOBILE HOME IN WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 805-687-6000 Ext. C-1136. 4.;.chg 496.2261MISCELLANEOUS
Call 473.3411.1/5 tfnchg and dependable. Will go anywhere In 3BR 2Both In Crystal Lok. Homesltes. AREA Furnished 2 !BDRM. Phone 3/13-4/5 .
2BR. 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOUSEt On this vicinity. Early ratlr_. 4732568. Fireplace. wood 2 car 4962139. 1-chg:
Lok. Geneva. Fenced yard with utility NO MONEY DOWNi Build or help build, gorag. On ran.llng. lake i I r .
II
hed. CHI AC. Available Feb. 15. your own home on your lot. Below access, 49000. Call
S425/mo. and damage deposit. 1425, market construction financing. anytim.-473.2101.3/1522 2tpd INSURANCE Rentals Available at
Call Patty Shackleford 1-266-6493 or Pathway. 1-771-4303 Jacksonville, col JUST REDUCED-MUST Sill 2BR 2Bath I .
1.7254646.2/2 tfnchg lect. 3/8-29 4tpd two year old house. Crystal lake on MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY, 160 S. -
GATORBONR LAKE COTTAGES On TRAVEL SCHOOL-GAINESVILLES Travel 1 V4 acres. Kitchen living room dining Lak. Av.nu., Lake Butler, 4964978. THE
acreage at Rt. 1. Box :346, Keystone. ag.nt-airlin. training classes begin room. Maintenance fr.-.an.rgy efficient. t Complete Insurance Service., TFN.;
$300/mo.. w/lst and last. 2243929. April 23. Includes computer licensed by Many many extras, 79500. OFFICE SHOP
3/l54/54tod Slate of Florida. Post Secondary Vocational Call Jax. 1-725-4813 evening or
2BR FURNISHED MHi Melrose or a. School. $873 total cast. Register weekend for appt. 3/8-13 2tchg ". Want Ads Get Results -4.gAAT. ,
Responsible couple or bachelor. now. Call 904.372.6900.3/15.29 3tchg FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR ACREAGE I
$165/mo. plus deposit. 16846634. MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOMIi Be Pr.f.rrably In Clay County. 3BR 2Bath I ,-,- a.
3/15-22 2tchg flooded with offers I Details-ruth SASEto brick home In GAINESVILLE. $" .900.
L. Midgets Dept. AS 60 PlymouthBlvd. Call 373.1323.3/15/5 4tpd Starke AdsCARS MOBILE HOMES .
WANTED .. Hernanda Ms.. 38632. 3/15 FOR SALEA
BRICK HOME 3 BR. 2 8A: Low down pay
KOMEi Bull flash
I BEGINNERS QUILT MAKING COURSEi FREE TO GOOD
m.nt. Phone 473.3757 evening 3/15
3BR HOUSE TO RENTS with stove and Starting Tues., Apr. 3. Learn the basics I W MOBILE HOME SALES New and shepherd pups. Tall docked and
refrigerator. Preferrably In Clay Coun of piecing applique, the quilting stitch & TRUCKSIS used mobile home for sate. Waller wormed. 964.5435.3/15 2tchg 3/22
ty. Call Eagl.'. D.pt. Store, 473-9614 and finishing In a horn. atmosphere.. FREE PUPS Part PIN Bull t Shepherd
Want Ads Get Results (Bud) Alvarei/ Invites you to come out
ask for Linda Cole. 3/15Hpd Classes limited. Sign up today. Phon. IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS for $44 and browse. Highway7 South. Call 964-4237. Itpd 3/13
473-4497.3/13 Itpd through the U.S. Government? G.t the Palatka. Fla. 325-9551 328-4682. In
LOST/FOUND ACTION CARPET CLEANING Living fact today! Call ((312)742-1142.) ,: Stark., call Roy Well. 964.8251.9/22. HELP WANTED
room dining room hall $24.95. Sham. HELP WANTED 609.2/021tpd 3/15 lOW : tin ;
and steam cleaned. Call fo free 1976 GMC TRUCK wheel base. V-B
FOUND 1941 class ring In vicinity of poo Long I9S3 24x52 COMMODORE POUBlfWIMi CRUISE SHIP JOISt Great Income potent
Gardener St. Call and Identify. estimate 473.2278.3/15 Itchg 2 HAIRDRESSERS WANTED One ..hair automatic transmlsilon. $1500. 3 BR, 2 BA. Kitchen dining area very tial. All occupation For Information
475.2 81. 3/15 PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICES Quality dresser with some following but not 964.8500.3/06 2tpd 31S1T large great room utility area. ",000 call ((312)) 742.8630..t.362. 2/23 4tpd
DALMATION FREE TO GOOD HOME work guaranteed. Fr.>..tlmot... necessary, and the s.condwith; >7 DODGE ASPEN STATIONWAGONx and assume payment of S380/monlh. 3/15 .
Mol. l'/4 years old. Spaded. Call Comm.rclol-R.sld.ntial. 475.2197 managing> experience. 473-7944 Wed. Pow.r windows PC AC. Power steer- Call ,,..-t.845 after' 7 p.m. 3/IStpd,. MUSICIANS NEEDED New road show
473-3527 after 5:30 p.m. 3/15 evenings. 3/01 4tchg 3/22 thru Sat. 3/1.15 3tchg .,. Ing. Runs and looks good. $1575.. 3/22 forming steel bass, lead drums, fid-.
.. SECRETARY for Faith Presbyterian 7823307. Itchg 3/15. DOUBLEWIDE MOBIL HOMIi CH/A 2 .dl. extensive. travel-good equipment
YARD SALE Church. Hours 9 a.m.to 1 p.m.Monday 172 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE Good condition BR. 2 full bath like new. 112.000... a must no tie*. Send return to Chuck
MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN through Friday. Good salary fringe Inside and out. Runs I good.$975. 964.8289.3/15 hen Rich. P.O. Box 535 Stark. Florida

SUNDAY MARCH IBi From 9-tlll. LEGION benefits. Call 473-1121.3/615 2tchg '77 782-3307 LINCOLN Itchg MARK 3/15 Vt New Paint. '77 32091 1 (Photo If possible' ). 3/01 4tchg

Brooklyn! Bay Road. Follow signs. 3/15 HALL.Sr-21. Saturdays 7' p.m., and PRACTICAL with experience.NURSE Needed OR NURSES apprax.AIDEi 4 FORD PICKUP TRUCK. 7823673. Itpd BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES SELF 3/22 MOTIVATED Interested In being

HOMES Sundays 2-' p.m. Public Invited 1/5 hour week, ..down transportatlnn. ,your own boss Am looking for a certain ..
MOBILE
LAND FOR SALE .
tfnchg. 473.2115.3/15 ltpdCOOKWAITRESS ..__ __ ..._ I type person In Stark. area that I.I
FOR SALE .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed Experienced only.Apply t | will put In business. NO INVESTMENT.
meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open In person at Mr. Mac's FamilyR.stouront TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant GroveRd. OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sporiswear. 8 a.m. tit 11 p.m. 4682908. tin :3/08
meetings Friday 8 Alanon, Monday SR-21 Melrose..3/15ltchg Ladle Apparel Combination Accessories R TRAINEE Immediate:
NEW MOBILEHOME Wooded area. 2BR p.m. $3.995. $400 down,;$70 a month. HAIRSTYLIST
1'/ Bath CH/alr. Deluxe, spacious In. 8pm. All meetings at Educational VETERINARIAN'S ASSISTANT Porttlmey Call 964-5606.;9/15 tin large Site Store. National, opening. Call NuWav.843.1.. .
terior. Many extras. Lok. occ.... Building Community Church 473-279O Excellent opportunity for student to THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on R.227-Brook.r brand: Jordache. Chic Lee L.I.Vand..bllt. 3/08 2tchg 3/15
$24.000. Owner finance. liberal terms. or 4752130. 1/3 tfnchg work with animals. Transportation Rd. $2,995. $300 down,;$53 month.. Calvin. liod .Cunne Sax Valenta, Esprit, FABRIC CUTTER Experienced In production
Call for detail.473-3671. 3/15 Itchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues necessary. Apply by letter to Keystone 964-5606..VI5tfn Brrttanlo Klein. Sergio cutting for a new sewing factory
fees or weigh Ins. Open meetings Hgts. Animal Hospital. Rt. 2. Bait 105 ONE ACRE LOT Facing' Forsyth. Rd. Evan Phone, Clalborne, Member Only located In 'Jacksonville' "lyric' _Choir
LAND FOR SALE Tuesay's 7:30 p.m. Community Church Keystone Hgts., Fl., 32656. 3/13 tfnchg $3.000. $400 down and $70 month. Bill Bias. Organically Grown, Gown". Call ((904) 725-7991 between
Educational Building Keystone, RECEPTIONIST Full time. MaMrec; 961.5606.1/12 tfn Healthtex, 300 others. $7,900 to, 9:30 and 3:30.3/06 2tchg: ;3/13
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Heights. 473-27 JO..1/5 tfnchg ; : dividual. Light typing. Excellent apporHwniti.s HANDYMAN SPECIAL For 101..3 BR.'2 $24,900, Inventory, airfare, training. POWER *" *"," SYSTEMCOOROINATORtfecftn&atworh
,2ft ACRESW fP'.$T,t1ILQ*:,$ .OOO,,S. .BINGO Monday nights beginning Jon.2, to work with.p.oplon4t.et.. BA M/H on one acre In cltyo< .Stork.. fixtures. grand 'opening, ''etc.::,':Mr.' I' Involving
miles south of Keystone .off SR.IOO. from 7-10 p.m P.rc.nog.fgam.e.Ar.rkan Apply' by letter to Keystone Hgts.Animal Great location, Close Inj$10,500 FIRM.: Keenan ((303) 678-3639. Itpd 3/15j: > Power.System.. control operation*In
: Writ. Harrod 6830 Bright Av., Cocoa, legion Post 202 located HWY Hospital Rt. 2, Box 105 Ph. 1-824-13)7) or 1-372-3740. Keep try STEEL. RWLDING'DEALER$NEEDED ComVmerclal the City of Starke en.rgy control
.Fl.. 32927. 3/1-15 3tpd 21 N. of K.y.ton..12/29 tfnchg Keystone Hgt., Fl., 32656.pI 15 tfnchg Ing. 2/09 tfn Industrial Farm building center. Will work an a rotating shift
'M ACRES, Good \n.A !t\t\ miles M A' sales. No Investment required. Ta app bast. Nigh school araduate with five
n. oiStarke.
SubscribeTodayI 301 & CR-233'Morgan.'( :; Rd.) ly' contact North American :Steel years experience with an electric utility. -
Gainesville Sun Route Carriers Needed 964-7135.2123 tfn Buildings. Inc., 614-488-0729 .M-f. ., knowledge of the relationship of
I I Braoker/Hompton/Starke/Waldo Areas DEERFOOT TRAIL on lake] Sampson. Lot 9-4:00. 3/08 2tpd 315BOATS power dispatching" function: supplemented
_For Rent- Gainesville Sun Is now taking applications for an early Lake Butl ier: for sale by owner. Below market value by course In electricity: or
morning motor> route carrier In the above areas. Responsibilities Call Vicki for quick sale. Call' 473-3946. or any equivalent combination of education
Include dally delivery and monthly collection. "95- ..U' 964- 225. 3/08 4tchg 3/29 .* ''and experience. Send resume.
These routes provide a supplemental monthly Income of before April 1. 1984 to City ot Starke.
COMMERCIAL
With 0 Acre FOOT FIBERGLASS
Building BRAND NEW 29 -
Getkesultslit. P.O. Drawer C
$500-1600 and have excellent potential>>r Increased proKey.toneHgU. Want Ads' I. Attn: W.M'W.Idon ,
All or Part Reliable and cash bond deposit Call Doris fishing boat 471 SM dl.-II; .Starke. Fl 32091. 3/08 2tchg 3/15 ; .
; transportation Information call 378-1416 or 473-2210.. Lake lJutler'Contractors .sets batteries, head hydraulic steering,. 'FEDERAL. STATS ft. CIVIL SERVICE JOSS' J.,
IDEAL for necessary. ,For more with leave nom. Call Vicki i 496-2261 sleep 2, full electronic. Value I I.. available.,Call 1-(619)( ) 569-8394 for In.
9648170. If no on. is In to speak you .
Mechanics coll. MELROSE : $39.000. will trade for good. timber fo. 24 hrs.3/08 3tpd 3/22 :
and phone number and someone will return your Keystone Heights: land or lakefront property. (904)) EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER Apply at

-Storage Light Mfgr.FENCED Accounting ft Tax Call Doris 473-2210 261-3572 or evening. ((904)) 2614616. Norman' Produce'US. 301 S..Starke.
Service Itpd 3/15' Itchg 313SOMSONB : .
In Starke 19SIGIASTRON U.4 FT.COWRIDEIi TO CARE FOR ELDERLY LADVl v
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475-2199 Myrs.Exp. Call Debl 964-6305 hp OMC Inboard-out drive w/trallsr. Room and board plus $70/wk. W.B.

On US 301. 2 Mi. S. of Starke C.B.Isaac George Mac .. .....;" Like- new, $8700. 'call 473-3111 days;: Wood. 469-2339.3/13 2tpd 3/22
Steve 473-7317 enlng.. Itchg 3/15, IMMEDIATE OPINING FOR CERTIFIED
-8989 3 ;Broadway> '
Call1-78r I PltE.SCHOOL TEACHERS Experiencedonly.
Call for Interview. 9643232.
SEfJVICEFor
Part-Tim. tREEi; MOTORCYCLESDli'lONDA Itchg 3/19

Opportunity' *Rmoval'I, ROUT SALES Want Independence/ ?
Sale-' Want Your Own Business? Determine
Supervising: i ''Trimming. SSOt Adult owner' low
mileages$730. 9644640. 11/17 tfnC Your Own Income Operate your own'F ;
young persons for Stui31 Removal 197S1-1 K*KAWASAKJt Collector.Sato route..' WE OFFER: Established act:'. y+
MAKE AN OFFERS Florida!: Times Free ;Estimates appreciate. Call 964-5289.2/16 tin counts 3ooywork week; ...6 week
Union. Evening 1 SUZUKI Los DSi 700 mile. Excellent.. con training program;; truck lease avail.;,
$3.000 Price Reduction .. : Firewood dition. Phone 964-8721 or '964-82T2. alt sales olds; group Insurance avail.:.
Vacant lot An US 301. hours, avail FOR MORE
financing ,
1'Bath block 3/15 tfn company
On this 3 BR. concrete 473-4732 I.
-163M. X36OM.North Muit have dependable 1977 HONDA CB7SO" Kt Wlndammer| for INFO CAll. Jim Daniel. '272-2532.
home with central heat and air carpet Af r 5 r.M..' Mon. thru Fri.,' 9 8 3/15
side of EconoLodgej transporta k Ing. Run good-i' $600., 964-4227. Itpd a.m.to p.m. .It
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fenced backyard and .other extras.. 3/15 2tpd 3/22, .
Owner anxious: to tell, Call. today I "ton.., Ill"teptdneHel.hts cen$4ld&ln.., i I'&a 198) SUtlM OS 4SCSI'Law'mileage,,. OTY Of STARKE I* now accepting opplications -. vt. !
FOR INFO CAW ,
for for StreetDepartment. .
944-9149 964-4708 after":30 p."'. f Itchfl 3/13 two positions *. ,
.._.._UtAl1'SAUCTIONCO.. it4C. .- ... Apply City Hall, Merreit ?*. fDees.
; SUSAN M.FAULKNER.REALTOR Itcha.3/1? *
70bJ1909 ((904)9&4-5065) ((904)S33-2901 Want Ads ,CITY OF.STARKE' I.'now accepting 'application .n
1.904 Tiffin&Owen., Inc. REALTOR for a position of one Police
I 221 W.Lalayah St. Stark.; FI 91091 DISTRICT .SALES.. MANAGER, Officer. Must be Certified Polka Ston-tj
Get. 'Results I, claret: :live" out of county: must be u,
The'Gainesville Sun. Circulation I ,Department, is.'now oc- prepared to move to city limit within''"
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,... ;+lnn nnnllrntlnns. for 'a full time.... District Sales_. .six month. Apply City Mall.Merrell. ?
ULJUIIV\JIV'l PWI j- -'- ins
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for our Bradforcj, 'Clay, Putnamtand'UnlonJANE !
Manager
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m V S.. USHERYour I County. ',circulation'' area? Responsibilities include, irk 1'' I

creasing.circulation salesj monitoring (revenues, hiring

REALTOR training and motivating adult; Independent: 6
Your Union County Realtor ,. I .
tractors.! Applications. must< have strong 'sales 1. It1Wli1r.w' $1 .25 ....

496-2126 or- ', .A96.2903 bad otJnd"and some )managerial: experience, Ishelpful. "", ..

!L.GompeHiv'e'sc: : 'ory: benefits, transportation.anrTgood arde"ta.:24".M.$1.25: :.?. .
360W.stMaIn-St. Lak.Butl.r .
bortus plan,Applications being taken at,SunCirculation '1<" ( -

Depaftmert) ', J01 SE. 2nd Plots utft Lavvtey: .

.. Gainesville, Fo.t( from 8 AMr'to: 5 P.M., week s.' 'HTrvtly3CllSa
SMALL ACM TRACTS....... .x. City 1ft 'YfM' -33671.-.
-1% .3 Acre tracts,
5-10 Acre tracts located: off SR 100. Owner finance, easy t.t .", .. Several sites still available. "
-3 Acre tract on SR 18. Owner financing. ass till.ors tee/:site cat ew e r. rr r11r M +r .,i.5 ...

Acre tracts SR 238 Owner Financing. ;'. ..: ;.. .:
10-20 Acr. between lake Butler and Gainesville. Owner financing, part wooded..' ,. Handi House 1 a. Rooms. *' II
I LARGE ACRE TRACTS.... .'' '
't .180 Acre farm on.5R 237. \Vi mile river frontage and 2,000 ft., rood frontage." Wood..cropGnd.hay. located. an j I ,*Tot Rent,*..
; beautiful country road.Great hunting. 1.1'' : Portable BuildingsI I "
(, 350 Acre,. failure and planted pine Ideal: location for development. Would make beautiful horse farm. I 'WHlif1y 'Mont'L.1y

100. Acre farm house, barn fenced.Cress-fenced..and pond. All pasture.. Owner..financed.HOMES. I $ 9)4 I P'V' 'v' I iar A'ur'&J."N. lOh,

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GARACE SHOP t ? 8
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Beautiful' large "home on.one acre with pool I. Priced right. MUST SEE. Very roomy Ideal for entertaining, EX.. *USZ OFfG *Oft?? FrontR ,S afcroQHtc' ".

ECUTIVB TYPE. HOME.Call for appointment to see.. ,,U V< row: ',"' : : 2 Overhead Llfht r ., I... ..... r+'"
-2 Bedroom CI home. Near .hospital. Cent. H/A. carpet, dishwasher with extra lot available--. 2W.fl te e rlocle* pt b I 'I. ..6dwi11,
FmHA House available Lake Butlert, Call for appointment to *....' p 30 Yf.Corrosion Warr. I ......... ;Hote
Newly decorated tnslde and out on 1 acre 3 Bedroom 1!Vt bath home with additional frame building for hobby w' y3 Aivnv Window*. 5U t -_$ I ,I; ,.) .
shop or home business; W/W carpel wallpaper buck stave., dishwasher. Priced to. sell Best buy In.,own. May I Tlme Aluminum; I I
assume mortgage with down payment. ,ilk?: ,c:,) .*. '" .r ':..w 'S' .. ". -,' I'1' : "':'. \
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NOTICE FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT Cabinets: & Vanities

.. [ .. New Cabinet' .
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub' NEW GARAGI WORKSHOP! '12x20;' big MACHINE QUILTING! Crib to king size.' MIMOSA MANOR MOBIll HOMI PARK Cabinet Repair

mltted to the Bradford County window, big door, fluorescent Betty Hlldebrand. 964-8122. 2/16 8tpd Mobile home and pace for r.nt. Formica Work errs'
Telegraph office In writing and paid In lighting, workb.nch, solid wood con 405EXPERIENCED. Recreational vehicle w.lcom. Phone 9644578AvaUabl
advance unless credit I I. already structed.$1,499. Will deliver. 2847777. PAINTERi N.at ,work.'In*. ../68.2912.9/16. tin tit UIucJa, k
established with this office. 2/23 4tchg 3/15 s terlor or' exterior, Fr. estimates'. MOBILE HOMES FOR liNT One mile ; E
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANMOT BI TRACTOR Sup.r A Formal! with equip Reasonable rotes with good from Starke city limits Clean. Hwy. 16.' .
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES INCLASSIFIEDS ment. $2400. Call 964.\8503. after p.m. reference Call 964.5177. 1/05 tfn W. Call 468.1323.: 10/07 tin 01 ton C
WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2/23 4tpd 3/15. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED! Air CLEAN MOBILE HOMES W rent. On ,
THI TELEPHONI. BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES 7823172. make cleaned, oiled and odl lted. Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call ",
Classified deadline ,1 IS TUESDAY lawtey. 2/23 tfn'USED ,$19 Work guaranteed. James' 468.1323.10/07 tfn. For Qualified 964.7776
NOON prior to Thursday'publication. GALVANIZED* 2'lxS', 24"x7', Strickland corner1' Morgan Rd. and STUDIO APAITMENT..W.ekly. monthly SAMPLE MAKER GECJHIA PHONE mI
Minimum charge I IS word for$2.79. 2..x9': 24"xW. 24-xlV.. Good condi Hwy. 16. Starkel: 12/29dn: (',A' '. rate*. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple Knowledge of 'pat. iTEftWILLEGAR. 205. N. Temple'| L.I:! '.
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. tion. 782.3172..2/23 tfn PICTURE FRAMES Custom and ready. Av*. 7/28: tfn .erne and total I -. _, Starke..SPECiAl: .........

REGISTERED BRAHMAZINI lULL Jam. made at CREATIVE COTTAGE, 3 mile SPACIOUS 3 BR,.2 BA:home with CH/A. issembly of ladle V- ..;--. .
'YARD SALE" '"" 'o, .GosklrwJ. -964-8356.,3/01 tfn south of Stark. on Hwy. 301. Phone I Cast Call St. lots of storage. No pet*. pant required. -. -
6... UTILITY TRAILER $175. Coll 9646118. Satisfaction, guaranteed. Call 964.5827. 11/03 tfn .Must have tooperate '
ability
NEAT'AS ArP/NI/ : BR.. 2,BA Lg. ,living)
964.6974.3/08 2tchg 3/19 1/19 tfn NICE ROOM with private bath. 9646035. Industrial
14 N. WATER Sit Hou..hoid'\It.m.,' 197B HOLIDAY RAMBLER 9th wheel HOW TO GET BRAND. NAME GROCERIES 12/22 tfn equipment to personally room'w/flr.plac.( den dining roam. Ig.
porting good; --clothing book, travel trailer. 27 ft. Extra nice. Loaded AT UP TO 37X DISCOUNTI Special list TWO BEDROOM DOWNSTAIRS APT Complete ample utility rooms gourmet kitchen equipped

jewelry and tool. Saturday,March 17. with extra. $7200.'Call 473-3111 day; of' 1500 Item available) Rush. $195/mo. $150 security deposit. Phone from ctart to finish. with every modertt'coriv.nl.nc.. Screen
9:00.4:00. tchg 3/15 1" 473-7317 evening, Itchg 3/15 $1-postage and handling to; Discount 964-4228 after 6 p.ny 1/26 tfn
Apply In only 1 ed for ent.rtalnment.:BARGAIN I
>NE Mill DOWN ,MARfhllTSTAIU.INOROAOl GAS WEEDEATERt $179., ;368 N.Cherry Associates, P.O. Box 32. ,Ralford, SPACIOUS. 4 BR, 2 BA HOMES Ho person porch
Stark. Lot of nice thing, olio St. '164-6957'tPd 3/15 Florida 32063. 3/08 2tpd 3/15 workshop, fenced bock yard. Close, VOGUE ..........
nice large women'clothe. Friday and IARREL TABLE A 4 BARREL CHAIRS JACK OF ALL TRADES,Any home repair convenient. $350 mo.i $350 'security MANUFACTURINGCO. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Saturday Itchg 3/15 Custom made. Cost $889 new. Will tell or cleanup with own truck. Call,Jimmy .,deposit. Reference*. 964-5610.3/09 tfn .. IK
ISTATI SCTLEMfNT-4
stucco
'';RIDAV A SATURDAY March 16 A 17. 9 1 for $229.:964-4491. Itpd 3/15 9648315. Itchg 3/15 BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath. Opposite wsepanrteapartment P
SR 100
ts30te4P.A.( 1.42 at. $48,000.
to 5 p.m.. .Furnlturvv ''yploth.s A ,LIVING ROOM! SUITEi;Sofa .A chair and I WOULD LIKE \'O CARE FOR AN ELDERLY Stark. Post Office..Ask for Mrs. on
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mlu.ll n.oll. items. 805 N, Eur.ka vacuum cl.on.r w/at PERSON OR COUPLI IN MY HOME Lyon Mutt see to appreciate. Affordable ,TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITIiCharmtng.. nearly new,
Wetlmoreland St. Itpd 3/19 tachment. 9646604.. 3/19 2tchg 3/22 Live-In.: Call 964-9882, ask for Undo. rates, brick 3 BR,2 BA home en 1.V4 Ac. near Country Ob.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF,, LAWTEY I Itpd 3/15 EFFICIENCY, APARTMENT) Furnishedwith Great Font. Rm.,fireplace,fan,scrn'd perce,total
HOMES FOR SALE taking bids on old wood.n church BILL'S SAW SHOPt Compl.t. sharpening utilities Suitable for one person. ? Don't Be A 1 ISO' heated. SP-$6S.OOO.. Asum. tilt,. opera*.
building. 54 feet tong by 44 feet wid.: ..rvlc.'clrculat hand. 'carbld.choln., ,No children,,.no pets,please.. 964-9464. $39,672. Mo. pmt. $....... Owner offers fin. al...
For more' Information please call mower blade hollow ground and 3/01 fin Statistic COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPERTYl Meal
HREH BEDROOM' Stir, BATH HOMI! 782-3594 or 782-3'81.3115 4tchg 4/05 balanced Leave at Jackson Building. i 3 IR;.1 BA.CB HOUSE,Forest Heights 41,000 Chimney fir.* Jlaet locale, hwy. fronts appreir. IB Ac. Will divide.
w/CHAA. Flr.plac. and wooden deck '.000 BTU WHIRLPOOL AR! CONDITIONER Supply In Starke, Keystone Height, of Subdivision. Off Highway 16 W $329, Year $9 million damage to NEARLY NEW BOARD IATTEN-Deck..Een
In back $7600 down and aisume ION New still In the box $249.00.Clou lake Butler. TFNchg mo. 964.5423. 3/08 tfn homeowner Don't let this Franklin stove CH/A 2 telling fans, House* I Ac.
mortgage.. For more Information Call I trailer hitch $20. 9646026. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door, window, FURNISHED APARTMENTS $150/mo. happen to you.Estimate. $3S.MOf House 12 Ac. $37,500| House 8 :3 Asa ...
964 4737. after 9:00 p.m. 3/01fn Itch(! 3/15 .etc, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY plus $50, security, deposit No pet. Call 964.$27 $3'.IDO. Assumoble'mortgage $30,000 at 10%'Inlerest. -
ORECIOSED HOME-LAKI SANTA Ml 2 FOX HOUNDS Sellout'Deal I Flberglas 9646078. Order also taken In lake 96<4.8011.1tchg3/15 ,*AM til. 9PM $36>?/mo. payment. Hurrv.GOODLOOKINO .
DR. 1 BA $29.900. Any reasonable of., dog box,>Cub tractor. 7823673. Itpd .Butler, 496-3079, and, Keystone DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOMES 3 BR 3 BA., !Monday i Saturday 4 BR. 2 BA-$3W/meo lovely
fer will b. concldered. 964-9010..3/08 3/15 H.Ights.473.4913.2/26 tfn '$295 first and last'month. and $100
Blank.nsnip'" home In country off Bayle Hwy B Ic for 1 lease
tfn .O.I. DRYER; 2 yr*: 'old, $150; double FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS d.p, 9645882. Itpd 3/15 w/$200 Dbl. arpt..205x20' '.. CH/A,..
sec. dep.
Chimney Sw p.
WLY REMODELED Inside/ A out. Very NEAR TOWN, 2 Bedroom ., .
h.adboard with light $20;. drafting 144 West Call St. '64.73QOpell house FR: LR.
attractive 3 BR, t BA. Screened porch table, $20: tab:. and 3 chairs, $60. Call Tu.s.-Frl.9 HI 9t30 kitchen-dinette, 1 bath. Sep. gar. $250 ..pvd. driveway r.frl..tov., D/W.i'. .. .
brick' 3
2 .
carport good rental or first hom.' after 6:00 p.m.'9644354. Itchg 3/15 Sat. .9 AM til 3PM month 964-7910 3/08 tfn 541 ACRES I PECAN, TREES-Antique
Realistically priced .Owner* financing. COCKER SPANIEL PUPS AKC. Call Mr*. Appts.. Not Always Necessary ,. ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APART* --,- IA. CH/A. $120,000.
See at 327,Clark St..Call Lee Crane., Roger at 964.4227 Itpd 3/19 1/07 tfn MINT Apply Tackle Box 341 N. Tern- NettlesTree ONLY $3.000 and Mo.Pmt of$576."will buy you
379.8111, or 377-0849.3/08 2tcbg! 3/19 FARM EQUIPMENT Three-point hitch. OJ ........ pie Ave: Itpd 3/15 a comfortable 4 BR;'2 BA home In quiet c ",,_.
INGSLIY LAKE AREAi 2/3 BR, 2 BA Private owner 9646664. '3/15 2tpd ." ,, WANTTODRINKt: MOBILE HOMES Three bedroom on'GrlKlf \ locale on 2 Ig. city lot*. Lg.. workshop fenced

W/W ,,carpeting ,CH/A date double 3/22' .. _' THAWS YOUR BUSINESS I*. Loop. First month''plu* deposit. ,backyard pecan tr_.. Ideal for Group Heirwv
Garag., (large lot. Many extra By appointments BUY FACTORY. DIRECTS', 'Ughtw.lgM.flb.rgla. WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS 964-8816. Itpd 3/15 'Service $12,900 CUTE ft ONI ACU- emp r nova attract.'
473.7941.3/08 3tchg 3/22 ..' Scamp 13'and 16' travel Alcoholics Anonymous TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY Furnished and 2 BR, 1 BA frame w/Bx24 porch,, Owe Fin.SI .
RICK HOMI FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR,. trailer and new 191 5th wheel. Call 96 .4150 ,....UU.: 964-6ft. repainted. Very'ct.on.782.3438.3/iS) -Tree removal ACRES-Heavy timber ft 301 frontage. Own.Fin.INVESTMENTPa .
2 BA. W/W carpeting. CH/A. 820 now toll free -800-046-4962 for free ALANON FAMILY GROUP tin", Also pruning, demosslng .. *. cash How. Dpix$ 2OOO. Oty.
Parkwood PI.. Stark. Phone-964-8447 brochur. and save) 3/15 2tpd 3/22 ''''.6219 FOR RENT OR SALES Like neW 3 BR1; \ BA FIREWOOD, .MINI.ESTATE-3 BR bricks' on' I at. Attr, fence Iw.l.c.
3/08 atod 3/15 BEAGLES:'.Registered Field Champion 2091Stpds11WANTED CB'home with 2.6 acres. On GrlHI Oak A Pine. gate. stkd pond ft metal bldg..

J BR,2.A(VA-FHA) Close. Call Chip and'Mill House Billy tOop./ Starke.9645445..Itchg 3/13 'Free Delivery EXTRAORDINARY BRADFORD VILLA CIo..I".
Conv.ntlonalPlnancing Jack $190 ea. Also.;Old! line Cotton FURNISHED APARTMENTS!' l50/mo. Licensed A Insured" BUSIEST CORNER In Stork. $83.000.

l Tall Br.'I'that can run a rabbit $ISO d$501fcy, vS pores' No pet. Quality WorksThomas LEASE-Beautiful furnished home. lest Ioc.'..
1 LShopedLRDRAreaClose Schools.$14,500', cash: Young and good'.all registered., i I. ; i / e D. Nettles MIMOSA DRIVE-ldeal IR. 2 BA Brick. CHtA.
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CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION 964.\222.,3/15 2tchg 3/22 AXLES A TilES Two axle and foul!tires. NOW! TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR bNE81DROOM"APARTMINTt Owner 496-3023 J .COUNTRY RETREAT Ac. 3/2. CH&A( fireplace.

COl ,f i !44 Ifgd V p 1 !'! t Stark.y Highest price paid." Greerts Welding Adult*.onlv.noqp..lfI4ulr. ; !RD. 2)0 IRICIC CHA-Fni e.l large lot $JI,000.
Ml P'164.1319 R woi 1 "dR.kE1,8 6y:9ax'bqf Shop C301i South, StOrke-!! ES964E0074i 1 1AXll otUehrmy's Produce .
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ni 11110""',"" I.,. ,II.. I' ; ..._,"'i tilt! 1,#$ da" ipgrp.agrTyat.Lawr.nci( S'tVTIRES' ) WYmoail.hom.lt.'OHn'SMobil. 'aat I Iltl't v1 4hW, .rJ ao.A. 'Ior : B IC CON! 1'/ rA'c"r.ploc. emeit.ANTIQUE '
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BRICK 47 Pecan tree
< Special Insurance foMobile' en N.
Ming 6 ml..301 South 468.1915.,tfrt Home Sale. Call 964-$606$
COMMERCIAL: PROPERTY FINE RESIDENCE-33 acre 1320' an 301.
Home Parks
COMPOUND BOW BearII"/ 'Denim 10/13 tfn'Want ,
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30.04 ACRES North of Lewtey ort 301
RENT/LEASE 3040draw.. Excellent condition. $79. Fill Dirt AH types .of
NEW HOME-Gr. Rm. i JO Ac. 79500. Owner fin.
Phone 783-3660.. 2/09 tinMOBILE Ads Get Result, homeowners policies'for
HOME SUPPLIES Window, A< Hauled ft Spread mobile homes. OWNER FIN.-14 Ac. west of lawtey.
FOR LEAS with option to purchase two. doors, plumbing and elec. supplies) .. __- -..___.._.. -- _. __-" ""._ __onaD''___LL. Rates "$15,000-3 BR frame on 2 lots In country.
story building.. NW corner,of Call 4 also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 Call I Can for Quote '-60 ACRES off Rd. 235. $2.000 on acre .
Thompson streets (formerly Stump' mile South of Stark.. 3/01 tin A : Anytime Olln's Mobile 'el| PLUS ACRES "" .11& septic Edwards Rd. ii
Department Store). Clyde W. Simpson 1-4851541 I '"-LARGE BUILDING LOT-lessenf Rood
:n19 Barn.H Bank Bldg. Jacksonville, H rne Sales aesei.A.;
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FL 32202. 3/08 4tchg 3/29 ______., _SubscribeCLAY 8x12, |bM2.t 12x1 CM"*** Jay De & Sons '''Elaine$ M. DUn,'Agent' OUTLAW M4-M7I,.CVSNIWOStAVIKN aVeJG *A55.JR....,..

'TodayTd1010 /' SPECIAL: ll'Mjrvlt latS-.ipSfj*? ft Graham J I ,..AV.MULlINl..II..c NOVA WAHO W4T414WAVNf ,
; 964.5606 i ILL*COON1Y M464IJMAXIHS DOUOIAS W4-4S**
HILL SOOtH....,..* TOMMY CM ASTAW.....-...*
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FEED STORE .1 INCOME TAX SERVICE -e4VM20 '
Loretta Merchant r
9:00: A.M..2:30 P.M; PiNE FORESTAPARTMENTS' Ad Deadline::
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Special. 'appointm.ntsi

.f i fan b. arranged. Dott'Yourialf.AndLimited' Sa" S' I Tuesday Neon.,
tiromaR.staurant' '
I Fertilizer:'. .'. . .$154 ton '44.6056 9u-6684 Time Only- .t, 1-i 9t 3 Bedroom Apt*.' "' ....

1QO lbs. 'Steer'Fat.'. .;r.'.. ..' . .8'.. _ Vt Price on Solected Item' .. From, MSO11! !to:!297":: .

100 Lbs, 12K Horse Feed.,.,,,,........ .9'. ,' '' ; l( I. ,AIR CONDITIONING A DERV
FLORILANDREALTY' .,". III V A. 31.. W. ;;:;.; H: <. MEW WSTALUTKWS
;' Plumbing Supplies V '
'Phone .9648312LONGCHAMP 40 lpfWhirU1.. e SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

... r4LO 'From III IQUAI SOUSING MEAT PUMPSENERGY
., lll OPrOIJUNITYDu SAVING UNITS
II FILL DIRT '964.7700 !. MASTER LICENSED!>>
trance
'.Sand& LI .rock: Well Drilling 393 N. Temple_ Ave INSURED t BONDED!>>
'\" Vernle ,P. Odom/Broker< .. >REASONABLE RATES
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Plumbing Repair & '
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.468-1455 .'J' ., "L ... HOMES ; VV :WKa I.a .
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"Ic." ... I HOUSE W/MUCHROOM, : WAYNE KINNEY
... .9+15M'PVP49e'a/.FMw4MPiA9 .
.._......iai4. F.nced'yord.: n..d'Sam.ctioning INC. '
"-"'- V but priced to<< ,301 ":-,*4 N, Temple. 964-706 L n A ATI A5"li ND'

sellll : >; l -" 'Stark.. ,Florida. !, S tar k., Florida I ... [ l liJ GI L

.-'5MS LACREAGEf\, 5' .r=-! an"11' *3 Bedroom. Brick Veneer Home* _
Co I 9f 4-87861
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T2Ac,1v/200
) I maintained, grade, ? I. r': .j 1 w':GrH.Ot; .'* A -1 c Bath; CHI;, .Carport;! Utility Room: I

19 Ac; w/476' 301 For FORMERLY,, :
.on: r irpetlng. 't kStarting ;
i Term Wet.rPumpsfr" > On .TourLoti, : .;i WELLS ELECTRIC S RVICE' "feNmoMPs0.. AIIfIf'

; *10A iawtey Aran. An4Oth.ruppII.s I '
.a 1j; Atx ,, ,-. 1.

r- V Ceramic/ TII. ..... _
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'OWens ,\ Wall, in.1loar 0 .: .
DIG WELLS r'1; :, .8 Different Plan* of Financing*.. .. New Work'r u e'

.Interest Starting/ at 4% to 13% i 'I.: and Re Grout ) + ,
'" :: 2" to 6' State Llcansod t1; r : i Repair* J
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1ffi REALTY, When You'N d A' Plumber .. 964-653 It.. ---i ,
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Call Fart Service)1 ;J. ,
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;; 51\4le C --- _Pork. front porches, beautiful '
\ Th. ,\ ,acreage. Owner 'financed. shady lot. fruit trees .6 '

Wishbo4. Carp J (Any $ '5 'ScotctigartJ '1328.1$ Ar.'ia.icjel .,*nke pecan tree*, and hop, : ,
_ : 9 a.m.. 12 noon w'SubSC4b&1' ,, : trees. Own fin. S43000. I ,
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Room 4340-Realdential( proper- EXCEPTIONALLY NiCE-2 '

5" .over. ';JOO'.; w'*.-ft'IUllcllI' ) : VACUUM CIean & Hail)] Available tint in,Waldo.;Mu: .l .!-. I BR,-. 3 BA doublewide ,
; ; I : 33-50 AC. \f M/l/DW mobile home on'1.7 < 10 .'' } *4.0W ac. I
; acr tract '.. .per. 5995 home 4'ponrlifronie SR Screened enclosed porch. S
1 :;)) ''SALEWhole: How Special (uv. cm. rui.3 Br$ '
; ? 24 Waldo Priced,$90,000 10x14 shelter.. JUirwOC! -:.
I ; lng...,tali' >t.torofle..Und.r$3Cb00. '' WDi 59s"$ and wner financed, $36.000, t. .'

n' :: 'lok. with 14,70 Mabt. .(. From.': .. We Floancci, Our Own CarpetDyid (g1 ri2)) . .x. ,". 1' *4 .-A k about our ranchet, ACREAGE r V acre: and I '.
+ OJ 9 t3 1 eta 'and farm. Stark. up. Some owner, financed' i iarea. .,

<.I. : ; !KIRBVS j Furniture Ctoaned (sofa a w ,". .1. : ., 5 44 .$2.000 per acre and up. '
ROYALS 14 J&C-Lewtey. Beautiful
Strk.
$27.5 vt, P' I
EUREKAS "Not Delighted, Don't Imp. t pasture. Fenced. 3
; $',500 Owner,.tjgancing.| | .
HOOVERS well'* t culverts. (2900
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County .
; '!1LECTROLUX: Serving ._ Ac. $ ,
., lr, bnly; $44,900Temb: 16 W-One' with
'FILTEE1 & Co. HWY acre
QUEENS Florida Cirpet Cleaning Dyt "
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:: "'!." '.tprtytOwn.rfindncing2! '!v I,_.:....., '.'. BIi.B1, $31N.T.mp1' .*Av... 27'.dO.. garage/carport 1<,'"
l a, ( 9JlBp.itl411I A )N! Do 81We -Y ,' ,
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;'. ".''3 '. .: '",.; Ifsi, if Htvf Rates far :: < l
] ". _J v..,W Sinai V:1957 Carpet REALTY 119.000,, f fINOOtIPOIIAftDI
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l tl] .Griffin's Motion Fbi". "
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1 New Trial ]DeniedCircuit ,/

Judge Osee Fagan denied a chains who was in the stroe at the
motion for a new trial for condemned time Griffin robbed it.
Kenneth Griffin who :is on death Ireland testified Tuesday about the I NOrlllan'S: Market
watch scheduled to die in Florida's strategy he used In the murder trial.
electric chair next Tuesday.The Assistant State Attorney Kenneth
Florida Supreme court granteda Hebert said Ireland's legal actions '.'. '1:' )', 1
stay of execution for Paul Magill were his chosen strategy and were not
who was also scheduled to die next deficient. .

Tuesday.Judge.Fagan heard eight hours of to Attorneys the case for by Griffin the NAACP were called Legal In- ' Defense Fund office but are .,
arguments in Starke March 13 on expenses .
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whether Griffin received adequate being borne by the,New York firm of : ,:, ;... "Tile Country Store For More...." .
legal counsel in his murder trial.Grif Patterson.Other witnesses Belknap called Webb and Tyler. ".{ f<' I ,, .... '
fin's several attorney reasons for Don charging Baer, gave that were attorneys Michael Bryant on Tuesday and N Stamps' NQ Gimmicks Jeep Low Pri.e s
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court-appointed attorney Leonard Joseph Forbes, Vernon Crosby and "',111/! ;,H, ',, ,
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the defendant who .
Kenneth Griffin : '
Ireland was deficient in his 1978 trial I. ,
was briefly '
of Griffin. questioned. '
representation
Griffin,,38,was convicted Of the 1975 Baer said he anticipates a hearing
murders of Glen Lundgren, the clerkof on the case before the Florida .
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Court ( )
Supreme
today Thursday
the Zippy Mart store on US-301 near : "
Hampton and 16yearold.Keith Kir- USDA CHOICE SHANK PORTION ,

.. .. SIRLOINSTEAK > SMOKEDHAM .. .


Inmate Sentenced.-. to. :': 2.69 79ciBones

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was handed down Mon- also returned to the prison system on { 2.99 BUTT i .. c
day in Bradford County Circuit Court a possession of contraband charge : 89

for death an of inmate another responsible inmate. for. the from assigned Dade to County., the Reception Both men were and ? PORTION . .. A1.

Inmate James E. O'Steen, 30, Medical Center New River Annex in .
j received a sentence Monday of 12 Bradford County.
more years after he pleaded guilty to O'Steen said he approached Von-
manslaughter In the death of inmate bolschwing when he arrived, asked
Daniel Vonbolschwing.O'Steen : him his name and then hit him four
told Circuit Judge Elsie S. times in the head with his fist. Von-
Sanders he didn't intend to kill Von- bolschwing fell to the floor and died USDA CHOICE Bane-In BOSTON BUTT USDA CHOICE Boneless! CENTER SLICES
bolschwing, he just.wanted to punish later that day of brain damage,accor- 0Steak.
him for an incident that happened in ding to the medical examiner's Round Pork Chuck Smoked
1979 at another prison. He said Von- report. 178 119. 149 159 ,
bolschwing said disrespectful things O'Steen said he had to fight or Roast. Ham. I
about his mother about two weeks receive more harassment. He said he ..... Roast..1IL ,... ... ....
j before his scheduled release in 1979 figured he had to get in the first blowor
from the Gainesville Road Prison. he'd always have trouble with Von-
O'Steen said he had served six years bolschwing.In .
and three months and took the harass- other sentencing Monday, BONELESS -IRQ 3 LBS UHKHHIEi-Ntsn
ment rather than fight and risk delay- Florida State Prison inmate Orlando Hamburger! .99
ing his release. Aveloenor received another year on Shoulder Roast. ......... Ground Beef..... .,.
O'Steen later returned to prison his sentence for possession of a knife. Hot DogBUNS I
after he received an eight-year FSP Inmate Ronald Douglas BONELESS 69 LESS THAN 3 IBS .,.... ... .. ......tri.19.
sentence burglary. Sanders also received an additional 18 .ICube .
November, 1983, VonbolschwingThree months for possession of a weapon. Chuck Steak ;:.........., FRESH 9

/ .239 Ground Chuck............ 15

Local Learn Steak ...,. 2/99. SUNNYLAND REG OR' .
Firefighters BONELESS -nco THICK SLICEDBologna
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New Skills Beef Stew. ..... *:.. Buy One Get One Free .... .. ........ ...*. 1
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Academyfirefighters I HAPPY HOST '' Cairo BeautiesHamburger LYKES OAK CREEK

local men attended the Inter- from across the country. Corned Beef .,::: .189 .a.ot9 c
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national Hazardous Materials All. involved the of Bacon .
burning explosive .1' .. .... .. ... .,"''''', .' .
Emergency Response School for materials, but there were no QUARTER SLICED ; .
ALL VARIETIES
firefighters this week at the St. injuries and nothing of 'value was : :\ Dill |

Augustine Fighting Academy.Tehnical Center's Fire destroyed.The setting. was 100. acres off' Pork, Loin..... ..JL.J": ., ... .... Chips" &!Ia !s.n. nl Ies,,"_4a 1L! .

Paramedic Dan Cuddington and, .Woodland Roadused;, .. .."<..training .-
1 Starke Firemen DeWayne Hardee' gound by the Academy.The SEFOODSPECtALS J ; "" ""!.
and Lott Williams were amoung the drills offered experience Infighting
500 'professional and volunteer fires caused by flowing flam- Whole Florida 1" '- Red
firefighters from 25 states and four mable liquids and in handling Snapper
foreign countries who attended the clothing fires on people. 4 89 3. 9
school Monday through Wednesday. The professionals get a chance to Lobster.F: FilletsBlack '
I The technical center has sponsored share many important and practical .,. .. ... .... . . ... :;:.Ib... .
international schools for firefighters experiences and options in handling
I for the past six years,but this was the all kinds of fires Involving chemicalsand
first involving the control of acids, other explosive materials. Crab MeatStuffing .
gasses and other hazardous Tuesday the agenda included the
materials.The discussion and lecture on the handling : 2 9 9 .1.29

afternoon participants as orange watched flames Monday leaped practice of a major session train devoted wreck to and control a field of . ..{: .. .. .1.. Sea Bass . .. .. .

from an overturned oil-tanker truck a rail-car leak. ..
and sent great plumes of black smoke Props for the field session were all ''''
skyward over a wooded area west of life-size and included fire-gutted 2.89
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St. Augustine. airplanes and vehicles of all kinds and 'S Standard $ .? "
Firefighters had moved in with mannequins.The r
hoses to begin taming the fire the school,jointly sponsored by the
most spectacular of several Technical Center and Safety SystemsInc
deliberately set in the area Mondayas of Jacksonville, concluded

part of a drill directed by: expert Wednesday said Hardee. DAIRY, .... .. NATURAL FOODS

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Agift i PeanutButter..h., . ;1b. 1- .:2-9'
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Bradford Traffic Rick'Edward McGarth of Lynn" Homer's.blood' alcohol. content: wa i .:U'
Violations Last Week Haven,Fl.was arrested March 10 and percent .
set at
Bond for the charges was
charged with IntoxIcated
driving while -
There were six $350. Homer was released after a
arrests for traffic and no valid driver license,according
violations during the past week in to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. surety bond was posted.
Bradford County according to local Bond for the charges, was set at
David L. of Flat Rock
authorities. Stephanson
$400. McGarth Is being held in the
Michael F. Tierney, IS, Of Spring Bradford County Jail for Denver Ala. was arrested March 10 8n1charged
Hill Fl. was arrested March with driving while intoxicated -
10 and where he Is wanted on another
charged with driving under the In- charge. and no valid driver IIcepse. according );+9 ow
fluence, according to Trooper W. D. to Sgt. Wilkinson.
Langston. Stephanson was stopped on US-301
Annie Preaster Harper of Lakeland
Tierney was stopped on US-301 at, was arrested March 11 and charged near Georgia St., his blood alcohol
11:21 p.m., his blood alcohol contentwas with driving while license suspended, contend was .19 percent.
.21 percent. according to William Bond was set at $350, Stephansonwas
Bond for the charge was set at$300, Abrams Trooper released after a surety bond was
he was released on his own lIarper'was stopped on US-301 five, posted.
recognizance miles of Starke.
Bond for the charge was set at$200:
George C. BHgman ,of Keystone, Harper was released after a surety Change of Plea r'h; t'i ..rrMr
Heights was arrested March 11 and bond was posted.. e a '
charged with driving while Intox- _" ._ ,... 1. _
axalpar'ru
Owen I. Carter changed his plea to ...
icated, to
according Tnoper Wayne Roland Homer, 34, of
guilty of driving while intoxicated,
Langston. Jacksonville Beach was arrested ,
Bilgman was stopped on SR-100 March, U and charged with driving fined$544,license suspended six mon-
four miles south of Starke, his blood under the influence and no valid ths, attend DWI. school, Salvation Army -
alcohol contend was .06 percent. driver license supervision.Gregory
,
according. to Sgt.
Bond for the Steven Gibson, driving j'H'
charge was set at$300, Wayne Wilkinson.
Bilgman was released after a surety Homer was arrested on US-301( at while )intoxlated, fined_$544, license_ Scene of Train-Truck Crash...
bond was posted. McDonald's parking lot after his vehi- suspended five years attend DWI I97M Ford pickup truck which was u?
cle was seen weaving on the roadway. school, ten days In Jail (credit given totaled when it collided with a OPENING SOON ,.
five days), supervision Salvation 'Ar' Seaboard Family Systems engine' A. r. r," ", X;'< f' '.,
my.Gibson February 29 at the Marklee Starting i
I I DUI Driver Has No License Fnr id Vr L.. r driving while license' ,Road crossing near Starke. s .
----- -- - suspended or revoked,fined $85.50, '
Driver or the pickup. JeHery Lynn l : ,tr
Florida Highway Patrol Direc violator could receive one year in :Tony Lanier Mantlo,-possession" of, Nugent wax taken to Alachua General' t
tor Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, jail, a $2.500 fine, and permanentloss cannabis, $25 cost. .Hospital due to injuries. S uthern.Villas'
announced today that a West of Udriver's license. Col- Mantlo, driving while intoxicated, 1 -. r.
Florida Trooper while''making a onel Burkett asked, "Based on state to nolle. < ; '
routine DUI arrept, :found the his previous driving record, will Robert John Odom, battery and
violator to have a .somewhat this be enough?" criminal mischief, restitution of $184, ,I' ..: ', .,
unusual driving record. The fined $85.50, state to nolle battery .
violator has not had a valid "I believe DUI is a violent charge. ? ,
Florida driver's license during crime and the most frequently I. I $ 1001 Southern Villas Drive ..'
the past 14 years due to 12 DUI committed today. It has caused ', '
convictions, and nine convictionsfor thousands of deaths and injuries Starke Florida J
other violations. in our state.The Criminal Justice Yours by Appointment Only 1' r p. y1"rr. .
Colonel Burkett said,. "I feel System can't do the job alone. We i. ,, r
this Is an extreme example of the must have a total commitment of 'r .,,'"1.
public's number one enemy on all our resources and particularly FEATURES '
the )highway drunk driver." a receptive public,if we are to effectively 473-7944 .f
With the driver's current arrest, reduce the violence on
if convicted under the provisionsof our highways," Burkett concluded. Graduate member of Central Heat &Air Private Patios
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Co" ',. action l., personnel.. eat" .:.. er to say- farewell to Dr. Lamb". ;/. ,\>,.

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By MarcinGoodge' his grief over the lateness of the the farewell dinner and was asked If ,11"'E twseed. a !sign that said 'Slow
UCT Staff( Writer barbecue meal. "Where's the beef?I" he'd like to say a few words. Men Working'."
Correctional personnel from( practically he said! as the crowd chuckled. Lamb was presented; with a DOC
every correctional institution' Kirkpatrick said"When you have a resolution in salute of his distinguished -
in Northeast Florida and educatorsand ,1 Getting into a more serious frameof great leader, like a great coach, and service with corrections, a plaque
students from Lake City:, Community mind, he gave proof of Lamb's persistent they move on, it takes a tremendous and an new desk chair that he will still
College gathered at the pistol habit of getting things done. "I effort on the part of the entire team he probably be too busy to I sit tn.
tir mentioned to him once that I had at- coached to make sure that It doesn't
range community building at Union Lamb (thanked everyone for their
Correctional Institute in Raiford tended Lake City Community College fall apart." he went on to say that kindness in the farewells and
Saturday to bid, a fond farewell to a a and had graduated but" I had never alhtough Lamb is leaving LCCC presented bis secretaries with
man who has been an important partof tk r a received my diploma, said Dugger.he "Cudzu is hard to kill, so I'm surebe'll engraved bronze platters and gold
n said he himself had not been too "
their lives for' many years. r s e r be around for quite a while. pens as A farewell gift. Susie tlIand
Dr.Ivan S.Lamb "Cudzu" i concerned over it, but a few weeks
,or as he l and Sylvia Kirkland who are his pre-
was dubbed at LCCC due to his intrin later his diploma arrived In the mall, When Sen.George crad aksed sent secretaries, Peggy Casoa,
sic ability to take over a job and get it courtesy of Dr. Lamb. If he'd like to speak, he'joked. "Ob- presently with the Union County
done right was hailed as a man who uhs, ., He said that before Lamb came viously, you" don't know' election School District in adult education ,
makes things happen, particularly in along, "Lake City Community College year. who was his secretary at one time and'
the fields' of education and correc had always been there, and our Crady Joked that Lamb always got Miriam "Sis" Johnson who "was
tions. (correctional personnel) need had sad when he saw a sign that said never really my secretary, but was a
Lamb resigned from his position at +tg, always beep ther, but it to Ivan Lambto "Slow Children","but we finally con- great deal of help to me," were all
LCCC and was given a farewell and put the two together and make it vinced him that they eventually grew commended by Lamb' as "special
appreciation dinner by the people he work." up and Rot jobs.and sure enough we people."
worked with in educations and Union County Sheriff John
through his educational affiliation Whitehead spoke a few words about
with the Department of Correctionsand Lamb as well "He's one of the most 1 II
Union Correctional Institute in le I have ever met," .
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particular.Dr. said White, "But, is he really a.
.Herbert Phillips past presidentof lawyer?" .
LCCC, said of lamb, "He came to He explained that In Lamb's
us in a part-time position that was to capacity as civil law consultant,there
last for three years. He's been here were a few times when Lamb and Martha Washington's silver service was the source of the, "
13. I don't know if that's because he's Whitehead disagreed over the way a silver. that- went- Into- the first- U.S.. coins.. "
really like cudzu and has taken over udzu" or "The Phantom" or Both?... certain thing should be handled. 'You
everything, or because it has,taken see,. there's Lamb's Law and then
him 13 years to do a three-year job." Assistant Superintendent of Union Correctional: 'institution, Paul Gunning there's Whitehead's Law," said Now Accepting Applications I
Lamb graduated from FSU in 1961 presents resigning Dr. Ivan "Cudzu" Lamb with a plaque in recognition of Lamb. ,
with a B.S. in criminology and correc his years of dedicated service to LukeCity Community College and correctional Bill Alexander director and in- lor 1 '- 3.4 Bedroom Apartments
tions.He has since earned a doctorate Institutions and personnel all over the area. structor of park technology at LCCC,
in law from Stetson University, and Lamb was dubbed'udzu" because of his ability to come In and take overa said, "You may call him Cudzu, but t
was admitted to,the Florida Bar in situation and make things happen. The nickname "The Phantom" settled always called him The Phantom." He Lake Butler Apts. .
on him because of M dedication. lie was always busy, people hardly ever said that The Phantom was so busy he
1965.Among his accomplishmentsare saw him.. him when Lamb his
many -- --- only saw was on 1005 S.W. 6th Street '
: way out the door. "He was there so
Served.Deputy Sheriff in puvt.1 tional and criminal law of Florida. that his contributions are not going to ,seldom that one day I asked him what Lake Butler, Florida ',',
County. Served as a member, vice- stop here." exactly he did. He told me that he \; :.
Served the 1963 Legislative Sessionas chairman and'chairman of the Rodney Doss, of the Florida would tell me one day. I've been there .
,Special Assistant Attorney, Florida Correctional Standards Coun- .Sheriff's Association said Lamb has 12 years and he hasn't had the time to )
General. .cil. been, "a tremendous asset" to corrections tell me yet" said Alexander.Sen. FEATURES-- ., .1., ,'
Served as Assistant State Attorney" Was admitted and qualified as an and educating correctional George Kirkpatrick attended
in Duval County.Served attorney and counselor of the United officers. He said that he Lamas Central Heat &Air Private Patios (one bedroom: ),
as director and Instructorof States District Court in 1973. sonally learned a lot from" Wall to Wall Carpeting Walk-in Closets ,,:... '
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Served ad consultant to the Florida the U.S. Supremem Court in 1980. Icers. Sofa & Chair Matching Stove& Hood Free Water, Sewer&Trash Ser
Sheriff's Association as author and Was appointed by Gov. Bob ,Doss recognized Lamb as the driving (H.avy Duty) Laundry Facilities Full Maintenance ,
editor of the Florida Sheriff's Manual. Graham to a 4-year term on the Council force behind the initiation of the MUST GO .' Professional Management 4't' :.
Served on the Governor's Council of Correctional Education in 1983. regional ,training programs for ,
on Criminal Justice as member,of Phillips said' that some people sheriffs and their jail and ad Reasonable
the Corrections Task Force ,and thought Lamb had now retired but ministrative staff. Doss said this"is a Offer Has III I 496.3141
Region II Planning Council.Served "he's doing about the same amount of' well-recognized program,'. not only Come
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with a number of area sheriff's ,Lake City Community College ,check well." For Appointment
departments.Was for It anymore." Florida State Prison Superintendent Aft.r 5 964-4843 W.WANMI..r.' u.r
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