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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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IYl 4 .restoration and development of said Sharron. "
?1J 1.1' i % rl hiw Starke's Call Street business district. x There are.two ways,,to go,''Sharron : "',
were revealed; here Monday; March said: '

,,:.. ., 19,, with representatives! of Santa Fe' Work with the historical preservation .
.Community College Endowment Corporation and ,re vitalize tlon. effort 'of
: seeking: to establish expanded downtown Starke. '

SFCC program in Bradford -Or,'build an entirely new facility."Id .
(r.county's.1902 red brick courthouse. what you want is revitalization

''and redevelopment of the downtown,
visi-ble how is the time to do it,"said a hoarse
Sharron coming to the'meeting after
:Harvey Sharron, Jr.'dean of development "!i four days in bed with the flu. ,
for SFCC the Starke office of 'Sharron envisions a fulltime :day
1' which.urrentlyy housed limited and
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"' (quarters In' Bradford 'High .School" several hundred students.''An increased -.
1: '" We want'a separate, stand-alone SFCC presence in Starke will mean :;

3campus .in Starke andsee great more local students attending college, '::
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potential in tying in with plans of your: Sharrort believes. He pointed out that -
Downtown Progress Committee to in 1968 there .were, 23 Bradford
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County Fair is Creeping Up on Us... ?,,r 'ron revitalize said. the Call Street area, Shar. students attending classes at SFCC in
Gainesville.The number has to
The newly decorated entrance to the Bradford County fairgrounds on 'Swine Show and Sale each"year were-tryfig Wednesday morning to figure"US301 Sharron and David 'Flagg, SFCC, ., several hundred since establishmentof grown
north of Starke look bare now.But the, next two weeks will be the out how to get everything done that Is supposed to be done. Vo-tech Instruo director of grants and projects,*aid aq SFCC,office in Btadford High
busiest of the year,next week with preparation for the 1984 and then April toT tor and students and inmates from Law Y' Correctional Institution have; they are looking at the total concept of School and the offering of local SFCC
for. the fair itself.: done a large amount of work at the fairgrounsi; including pouring concreteiFair a Santa Fe campus anchoring the classes.

\ Manager Mike Cooney, right and Warren Carverwho heads the over farmer: .wet areas, -; > '*"\ four-block historic district, from the ,Sharron spoke of dividing the old
\ V' 'V 'v, r old courthouse east to Cherry Street 'Upstairs courtroom ,into science

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port this expansion," said Sharron: property and the closing of Court

Bounty Fair Strawberry 'Oueen CQipng: JIp '. Santa Fe Endowment Corporation Street.
I.: is willing to make a "tremendous inVestment Amazed committee members,
> X in the project" said Shan shocked Into..near .silence, finally, .

''Miss America,Vanessa Williams of, ',no matter.what it says on the 'apajpan be'be'usedas.admissioh ti4 ts. ton, adding that one private donor has "began to'question\ Sharron- about what .', lstt'ps
The 34th Bradford. County. Fair. ; itArQ47 financiaL to the to take next. .. -
New York,,will appear opening,day,'' to Chamber tiCk2eLaccording > 4'r"a, pledged ; )support project "
r ,". April 4, instead of ThurJK Coone"./TJckete from, i, ) ) irig ftbe. In the "seven'figure" bracket ,i' sha.rron. asked l.thij.DpwntowriProntaB ;' : .., !"!'"
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selected March 31 'the annual Rural Guy Andrews who retired last year' from 'the,,full Chamber. Then .
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Urban Day chicken dinner sponsored Chevrolet TuesdaY April 3,at the fair > -tit fair time County Agent Bobby after serving on the SFCC.Board of Sharon said the Chamber shouldsolicit
Wednesday, and will leave Thursday Tickets are being' sold 'at the TaYlor may auction some off ,each \
by the Starke Rotary Club and Miss BradfodCounty. Trustees since its founding in 1966, support from the Bradford
Chamber of Commerce office .
America will kick off the fair on opening after her longest stay In a.m. from 9 night. said later he would "be a major con- County Commission, City Commission
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day, Wednesday, April 4. a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m.Monday-Friday Saturday, 'March and 31.9 L Improvements, such as building tributor to the SFCC project, but expects of Starke, and the Bradford

In a major schedule change, the \ Tickets will also be on sale at f concrete walkways where the most support"from other donors in the County School Board. ,
Starke Andrews said he has Sharron stressed the Starke citizens ;
Bradford-Union FFA and 4-H Swine 1 traffic and drains under area.
Southside, Hampton, Lawtey, foot Is: new
Sale is set Friday night, April, in an, Ride Tickets Brooker Elementary Schools, Brad the midway should make a rainy fair long desired an SFCC campus in should tell the SFCC. officials what
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effort to attract more bidders for the ford Middle School, and Union High'School much easier bean Entrance to the Starke and saw use rouethouseasanppportunitytospearhead they want.
60 to 70 pigs expected. The 4-H and On Sale Now... in Lake Butler. fairgrounds has been redecorated and "The more I hear about It the more
FFA steer show, with 39 steers set to Midway ride tickets are three for$1 i general maintenance has been per- the downtown development project. excited I get..." said.,Guy Andrews,
enter, has been switched to Thursday through Saturday March 31. When General.admission tickets to the. formed on' tie fair buildings byVo- "I'll see It through,** Andrews said. who E.L. Matthews credits with corning '
night, April 5. The steer sale, usuallythe the midway .lI9.nday.ApriI2!! fairgrounds will be 50 cents. $2 Fair TeCh School instructors and students up the idea of locating the college '
biggiSaturday livestock event is still set ride tickets will cost 75-cents each. Association memberships are and; inmates'' from Lawtey .Correctional :.Immediately: after the Downtown' 'in the old courthouse.
night, April 7. Each ticket will be good for one ride, available from the Chamber office ;;' Institution. Progress Committee' ting, five .Andrews pointed out that downtown
'Ir, members of the member Historical Starke is going'""down down, down.

/ a', I" Board of Trustees,owners of the courthouse This will turn a liability into an asset .
T\ 4i ; property, met briefly and endorsed "It's just beyond imagination as to '
Peddle Answers Gunter.... :. I the concept of SFCC using the the potential.' But,. it. can be done," ..
building as part of downtown develop-, said Andrews:\ -
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\ Sharron emphasized that to* 'suc. Downtown' Progress,Committee: In-. $

Costs Laid to Improvements >tOldl People ceed the project ,would need the eluded: Carolyn .Autry;,Judge Elzie J
Hospital ) a
: strong support of city; arid county Sanders, Chamber Manager Mike

government units, t eChamber'of: ) : Cooney,Julius Royal, E.L. Matthews,
Commerce and civic Andrews Dr Bernie McFadden
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The 'Other side of rising costs of. predetermined limit. passes and new devices to break up 'V, stays in health care facilitIes Peddle Sharron also stressed-the groups. project who heads SF-CO's'local operation. !
health was presented at the The 1983-84 budget of Bradford kidney stones. In the latter case, the' 'pointed put. At present, six percent Ofthe
care : Tolles
'" will have to be done through the SFCC Mrs Zee SFCC Trustee Donna '
Starke Rotary Club last week by Ed- Hospital Inc. was- approved by the equipment to disintergrate stones bysonar'waves population is over 75. by 1985 this Endowment Corporation-' private Gruen;Harry Green, DPC Chairman .
Cost Containment Board, and received around $1 million, will rise and ,
costs to
ward E. Peddie, president and chief eight percent, by,the" foundation separate from' the junior' John Miller;Lillian Stump and City /
Gunter's office
executive of Santa Fe. Health Care a special citation from the speaker said. year 2,000 will be 11 percent.. -
Florida will Schaefer, \
for its costs of services in college. The Legislature! Commissioner ,,Charles, ; ,
Systems, in reply to criticism leveled keeping Another .f ctor in rising costs are '; ,, More frequent hoapitalization, 'Is\ '
by State Insurance Commissioner Bill Itnes- ,_ the multiplicity of state regulations., caused by the fact that/people are 5 h t
Gunter in a recent talk, to the same Peddie said that some hospitalsmay and requirements, some of which are drinking more smoking more, and f
civic club. be "ripping off" their patients, unnecessary and not cost-effective in riding in smaller cars that are more 'JSFCC 'Concept Endorsed l r I
Peddle said, "We in health care feel but attributed this largely to tor-profit Peddie's opinion. He said that 23 per vulnerable to accidents than heavier ,

that Mr. Gunter's criticism is hospitals privately owned by doctors cent of the cost of the new hospital ad models, Peddle said. ,.; y (
politically inspired by his forthcoming who are also stockholders "Theymay ditlon under way here was due to extra "Would you like to go back to the iees:1.: : .
campaign for Governor, and that not have complete objectivity in and excessive expense necessary old methods of heart and hip treatment :By Courthouse / .I
of their ;
because
the of health keeping down costs .
his solutions to problem to meet state code requirements .or continue using'the newer
care ...costs containment are too self-interest, Peddie said These added costs.would total around :more expensive techniques that have L 'seven-member" .1 'I
simplistic." Gunter bad said his proposed "What are we measuring in the cost $1 million. Peddie said. saved thousands of lives? Had you 1 Late Monday afternoon March 19;five members'of the : ) i

legislation would give the of health care?w he asked pointing to Also contributing to larger hospital;. rather have your hospital costs approved -, Bradford County Historical Board of Trustees, owners and custodians of ,:I1i j!
state's ,Hospital Cost Containment the use of new and more sophisticated bills la the increasing number of persons by the local board In your Own the old courthouse property.met briefly and endorsed the concept of SAn. ".t '" ,;'$$1 '

Board more teeth'-to bite hospitals techniques and equipment, In dealing living to age 75 or above, which community,' or. bye board sitting in ta Fe Community College use of the historic;.building as part of the_ ., : :'. '
whose,yearly budgets,, exceeded a With hip replacements. coronary by- makes for more frequent and longer ; Tallahassee Peddle asked. ,,.Jo' downtown development project. ' -' '
';. Created in 1973 by special legislative' act, the Bradford County '
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I Gets Straig ten"QqEBQ.epingl 'and maintain" historic', properties for' Uw.: "use benefit., education : I ti I
Hampton, ,:Help for.Clerk''to', recreation,enjoyment! ,"'and general} weUareotthg" : people of Bradford ': :

k "t ,.F'1-' '. '., "- '',.",..,...".(,'IV''''r.. ... ,.:;'' ',.,1 ',;'" i n-v-71 ;'( I ..' '.'J.." ',County this state.And nation."? \"t '. ,'. \t-t \ .'. .\ \ '.
iI endorsing t the SFCC's role as part ofthe .
Members unanimously concept of
ctIcaVannuat so- the practices. classified!
erroneous Expenditures .
A harshly report the wrong accountsinrrany; were. : chairman; : ..

from the audit firm of Davis. Monk stances. ; .,' .. /,. (j1o-.1'! 'T. :a- ." ',. .,,' ,,Amy Davis, clerk at (the time, said" 4 r audit.; i Elzie downtown Sanders. Guy development And.reWl..Zonlf.a.project werei.JE.lU.-ljilaWiews.,, r* B gchMfor*J '*'',*:>itd
and Farnsworth was received by the .' she continued practices already in : : ; : I" VT'-'V)" ' council i ;
Hampton city Council af its Marchl4meetu \j r t % In other action, the : ./ ."1,;!:; .
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..rV"Bills Among the specific ;;-;in* 'Agreed"with city attorney Regale'vFlynn.to : 'I ...../
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The most i critical matter ? (. ;: were: onion i 4 ;:* 1I", t' .'.
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deficit 01 13,423: in the Water System were, paid from .;.statements ,* w 4 'matters until a committee can "study: .B._. tlO.D 4!.... ". 'Jf. '." :,:.;,',,I''
: Reserve Fund. Thia reserve is a reJ .. rather than detailed invoices,making Separate accounts were not set up '. the present situation.'"' Flynn'''Inw Show.e- :"., ." 'm; \' : ; 1f.f.k, : }:' : .
of the Bond Resolution that it difficult for auditors, 'verify expenses. the Antique ''J. J ': .' ''-
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"% Sharing dicated that he understands City; ColJ : .
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financed.the $180,000 system |The Bradford WomW'Clufrt'Swconcl.l lAmpMfjAntlquc end r'
save Fund as required by law. ,, :i actually has no zoning plan at the cur:
a figure of 146 per month to be ':., ,I''rent time.The council decided that atr ('ctibl; Sale' qnti.ShowwooblflSWCCCM: .4 |ltw r.dsoiwlsllorsegother.d ,, ,
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to pay oft the. bonds. As this Is a requirement No operating budget was prepared t '.' :, 'members\ would participate the l; to brows through a varlty of of Items 'front dealer;{: >; ':,

', of the that critical is not audit being will be met sent a for Fund the, which\ Federal should Revenue be done. Sharing Bank reconciliations 'were ''not j,,,study with FlynnHea..J .__ PBwv and" collector.from all over Florida 4 oil und.ron V root( : t/'..th.4 !. : ,'

copy bondholders. prepared during the year; Bradford County Fairground' '", 'I':: '', %;, ", { :
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Also nfehon the list of criticism was' Clerk during the audit period In- Mitzel report that the system; Care Canter looking..., '\ '/tyJ/' tM.4'o'1!,;:* ",0. "' \11" ;{I
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the fact Hat the city spent$ ,ff16! more dicated that she completed'records as -Neither control accounts, nor subsidiary *-... was in "excellent physical] Centir;: .. ?, JffV.
in fiscal MM than It took in. While not they existed when appointed I to the of-,', records were' kept for..\the ;;. ''Condition.: '". x.j' (f.Th. Brodford Community Day-Care,' '1. f1J1tTof ne.ds'n.w.>.tt'''')'Hstudents ; 'wa','F. ; .1.. '::. '

a "alllliftcant" ,amount.. auditors: indicated -".'' fice.vfiayis.statedAl.did! the best' !.':.Water Fund aCCiOUts' t-b"I -audit, -*!P ';'r,;, v ?xJ'Jf: -ft f\ to avoid a cosh crunch. .\'".. '1t -" '" r'. '''''' ''\. ,
Ibat the situation could not could with what I was given and customer 'Heard deck: Lola Williamson readf 1.1: t,),H k s*<'tIvIfilT* i\C!" > '.'tl : ( : :, ': I

continue over (she years ); .... ,. |I.. .:, jjjj *101'' '11"1 4 h ''collections': ;' ; |a .letterifroni thjr a$1ate of'Floriif fhwnd rWr ;1000-... "" A.. '--Wo 1st' .j.rA. I""fiV f'AirdUore,9lnd the council' agreed'tbhave ,-Numerous werea.elassUied ,,1 statiri plan al.....ca |A unIque U.S. Air Fore. itunf Hyln teem witt .,,..... .-: i fit ;!" ;, ,: -, '.
.. AudttijW problems '' to the wrong accounts.fuj'| for a BcoaftJ "' ". r 1\\ '"" s' yy 1JG "' : ..,
financial records> .'' ( the finn Bavis, Monk fc,arrlaworth' ; 5 Comm appearance. 'J' w $ r : ;" arp !It.'i w < : .t
wWh the city clerk Lois d tX.Sometollectionswere J anent bfin 1.pproved la >;| 'r..onal... .... .. 4JI I ..*"' quad .: ,
tt, .While MlicatinK that they believedthe assistpro1enV CharleneLeatet ? classified toil. !,. *.-*". tJ.'f ..-." 5' 'I.r.\o., ."' r #a J I mw.i .WIOy-"v. ,,"' I' ...., 'ri4J" l"I "
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proKlffi was a Jack general accounting ,, in eliminating prublema of this the wrong fund. \-x!>Agreed ,to'j contact th'County Bra.,_? MwaosN.ku dlrtii! 1\f\ h '1t ..U'# "d lr.' red:; : 'N :?

or txmUMMping, deliberate knowledgeMUMrlteo nature' ih' '.future audits.. Members- .Some''collections and*transfers)bad .Road .Department obtain"\ j Ttlis Melro, ,_cMii.rt I.i 'ttof, :td renown.d \ i iL
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during. the yea-end : city stress.
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The on-going investigation, giving testimony Friday. separately, were slmilUr in content. t.
City
Hampton Mayor Gordon officials, on the other hand, Williamson told The Telegraph that Curtis stated Elwell Indicated that the
: Passes First ReadingOn Wadsworth's performance as,;city believe that the raise was not intended in her statement she told Elwell she length of time since the alleged offense
clerk in 198041 resulted Friday, to be retroactive. A tape recordingof thought Wadsworth wrote the ocurred would cause a problemwith
March 16, In four present and former the meeting In question played for minutes to benefit himself, and that possible prosecution.
a 4-1 Vote Stark commissioners have city officials giving IWorn testimony The Telegraph contains no reference he owed the city the back pay. Mrs. Marshal Hodges in his complaintswore 1
city's proposed unsafe passed on'its first reading the to Assistant State Attorney Thomas to back pay for the clerk. Williamson added that Elwell did not that "from October 1980 till
a Commissioner Bobby t ghooaaerved chairman of committee Elwell. Mayor Wadsworth has denied any wish to make a decision to prosecute March of 1981 Gordon Wadsworthwrote
study the proposed dissented. Starke's as a to Statements to The Telegraph In recent wrongdoing on his part from the before'reviewing more documents In himself checks for money be
led law two veteran commissionersthe weeks have indicated /that outset of the controversy further the case. Williamson said the was not entitled to while he was clerk ,
its first way Tuesday Pht,,March 20; in approving the controversial law Wadsworth was overpaid $50 per stating that he owes the city no documents would be delivered to the of the city of Hampton. Total amount '
on reading. The
proposal was approved on a motion by commissioner .
Vernon Silcox, seconded Commissioner month for several months of his term. money. State Attorney's, office Wednesday of overpayment was approximately
Mayor-Commissioner by Charles Schaefer,with Minutes of the Feb. 10, 1981 meeting Present City Clerk Lola WIlliam. March 21.Curtis $480. He doctored the minutes of city ?,1
Jimmy Crosby and Commissioner Travis Woods son, Marshal John Council confirmed the statements ,council meetings to read that a
that be
state the raise was to retroactive lodges pay
been
supporting. Mayor has
dinance to control unsightly Crosby unsafe the major pusher of the new or ,on which basis Wadsworth wrote Chairman Ted Curtis ana former made by Williamson, adding that all raise was retroactive when in fact ft
buildings. himself check for the back council member June Hall were those four statements, though rendered was not."
a pay
A
second and final reading Is set for the council's next meeting April 3 pay ''

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The proposed ordinance declares unsafe buildings to be a public I
nuisance and provides for prevention, abatement, and renewal ouch Growers
nuisances to be brought before the city commission for corrective action. ScrappingEarly Here's howChiropractic
If the city commission declares there la a violation of the ordinance, acr .
lion can begin to correct. i
The commission made amendments to the proposed ordinance in a treats
3-hour work session Feb. 13 received revised drafts at its Feb. 21 StrawberriesThere'll ,
meeting,and set the first reading for March 20.
No one appeared March 20 to speak against the proposal. Four Athletic Injuries .i
members of the Downtown Progress Committee, which has pushed for :
adoption of the new law were present but no one spoke.The council's ac- be strawberries for the ly planted pepper Tuesday when a. .
tion was routine. The cIty commission meeting room has been crowded Bradford County fair next week,with tornado watch was in effect from 1 Mow athlete hive Com to recojpiixe tin
recently through efforts of the DPC for discussions of the proposed or- growers beginning to scrap a light p.m. until early evening. Nurd lwlv.dMdtracrivkise,and tr.mon< 1
'dinance. picking from early bloom after the 'Pepper growers ceased planting the most regular patient! of chiropractic I,
The proposal was changed In two major ways to remove fears of improper disastrous Christmas freeze operations as blowing sand cut tender k Important to comuk your doctor of I
intrusion on private property rights: It is still debatable, however, plants down and ripped black plastic chiroprsctkrauhrlttrgPrdlarsdyaurtYPS '
The city commission now must agree there is a violation before action whether growers will do better than covering beds. .
can commence. In its original version, the proposal gave responsibility lust break even after a series of blows of recreational activity.If you are a parent.M
for determining what is a violation to the zoning director. from this winter's rains, winds, and Important to nuke certain your child does .
Language admitting city officials onto private property has been record-breaking cold. not wffer s iPnal" l problem. :
amended to Include the phrase "upon: properlegal authority." Much,depends on the length of the (--- THE BRADFORD lour doctor of chiropractic will detect y ,i
spring season, says County Extension. and correct subhnitlont,however Incurred, I
Director Bobby Taylor. If the season COUNTY TELEGRAPH I and wIN arrest or prevent'prob/emI/ which ;
Is shortened by hot, weather in Published '
dry every Thursday'y; I would produce. Chlropractk. trtat- t. h
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Here are the top spellers In the county tar 1884, each a school champion or county-wide runner-up ppetler Kimberly Brewer Jason, Pllcher, Patrick KltdMft Faucet
rtinner-up qualifying the 12 to compete the county-wld spelling bee. Hunt .Brad Hamilton, Alex PrtrtiTracy DeVoe Selena Norman, and' 21-11.Planer w/Gll 2-Pe. Scissors Set'' Brass construction chrome
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.Kevin Krack Wins County-Wide \Spelling BeeKevin BEDDING PLANTS, GARDEN-.-. .

Vegetable and Flowers SEEDS
Krack 14 a .Crackerjack seventh grader asked for definitions ,son of Mr. and Mrs,Fred !'eeple of, 'man, runner-up. Sixth grader Kevin ,
speller.The several times, and hesitated several Hampton. Seventh, grader Cindy 1s Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael CORN
sixth grader' from Bradford' times, but used her native spelling the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. William,, Edkin of Starke. Seventh grader OKRA ,r
Middle School never hesitated, but ability to sound out words to stay in Guida of Hampton. Selena is the daughter, of Mr. and 59c
spelled his words slowly) and carefully with Krack. ," Bradford Middle School: Kevin Mrs. L.JBuddy) Norman' of SQUASH 1
to win''the county-wide spelling bee, Competition is a fact of life, .and Krack champion,. and Selena Nor CR-225. CUKESAZALEAS'
sponsored by the Florida Times- people willing to'compete will do bet.
Union. ter in college, in a job, and in. life,
Kimberly Brewer, seventh grader Francis said -
from Lawtey Elementary,, hung In ..how proud of you all we are,''
with Krack for eight rounds after said School board chairperson Pat
everybody else was eliminated. In the Spengler,'a Judge at the spelling bee. 6 pack -
19th round. Miss .Brewer mispelled The competitors, ,all 'champion''
'equityInserting a "C" for"ecqui- spellers or runners-up at their school, I
ty.rtWith are, by school: e
no hesitation young Krack Brooker Elementary' David' .
spelled "equity then "accidental"to Newborn, champion .and Kevin
win,, the county-wide bee 1 and a Snow, runner-up. Fifth grader David In, Bloom
chance to represent Bradford County is the son of William and Sharon Hall '
in the regional spelling bee in of Graham. Fifth grader Kevin, the I J
Jacksonville this April."I son of Kevin R. and Diane Snow of: ire r 2.4
think"over'the; years, this was Graham. ,
the I longest competition between two -Southside Elementary:: Brad h .w _
studentssaid Administrator'Charles Hamilton; 'champion; and 'Patrick Kevin Krack Kimberly Brewer
,Francis as he''congratulated, Hurst, runner-up. 'Fifth grader Bradis Champion County Speller Bunner-Up County Speller ALSO
all the school champions and runnersup -' the son of Mr. .and. Mrs. Jim GREEN up' ; ,
for being good spellers and for participating Womack of Starke and,1 Brian 'OTHER J
in the competition. Hamilton of Orange Park. Fifth I 10-10-10 SHRUBS, I
Third place finisher was 'Selena' grader Patrick is.the son of Mrs.,Ann Steven Smith Saw Mill '
Norman 7th grader from,the Middle Hurst.of Starke. ", FERTILIZER
School.-- ', ; Starke, Elementary: :, Trade ," .
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This crop of spellers went through DeVoe, champion,and Alex Porter*. .
63 words on the list before Krack was runner-up. Fifth grader Tracie is the e, Pine Lumber ; l$3.99.CACTUS
left alt champion.One daughter of Mrs. Brenda,Lajoie or ;
young man went out on' the Starke and Denton DeVoa( of Starke. :
word.\'knickers.: Administrator: Fifth grader Ale. is the son of Mr:and .. ,e Treated :Lumber.. 1
Francis sympathized with the Mrs. David A. Porter of Starke. H =
:youngster recalling spelling bee ,Lawtey Elementary!: Jason e Plywood ; 89Cand
when a Brooker youth mispelled Filcher, champion; and Kim Brewer: .
"roadster." The boy had never seen runner-up. Sixth grader Jason is the 1 Jars '
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or heard of a roadster,Francis noted, son of Mr.['and Mrs.;Jerry,Pilcher. ;&. ,,.u,V I' :. ':',
just a8, 'this year's contestant had Starke: Seventh grader-Kim, is thej T4:Jjfi I'' ... f f j \ ,- 02,jar.withIds,| .' "
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New. Vistas for Downtown Starke ,
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The exciting possibility of a local Success of, the project, of course will \

campus Santa Fe Community Collegein depend on studies to insure that, with

downtown Starke offers us the oppor- the acquisition of additional property in t

tunity to' revitalize, Call Street's the vicinity, sufficient parking would be 1 J Jtktl t''

business district and restore .it to a available present and future needs tj.

viable role in the overall picture of a without overloading space in. the '.

well-rounded community.This downtown area' now being used for this )'I j.

sudden light at the end of the tun- purpose. It might also be necessary to ".'i Time'was,.., I
nel of downtown redevelopment came make studies regarding possiblechanges 1

when Santa Fe's Endowment Corporation of traffic patterns in the area. 1 When south side of'Call Street block, where Koch's,drug store Is now looked like this. Terwlllegar t
; ''i. Motor? annex. Is in building with tUe ,"polat. far right a
showed interest in establishing a Guy Andrews, a strong believer in the -

high: profile "presence": in Starke by benefits of education to the community ,past J
of the have given place f mostly .to, :
and its ; Green Business .Block l ; stallation when the courthouse was built in ,
moving expanding local center'int as well as to the individual, has long often stupid comedies ,
cheap (and and
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the 1902 courthouse. desired a local campus for SFCC, hawing dramas: Occupancy started for placing clocks in the tower, this ,

In a discussion of tentative plans for been a member of its, Board of "And worse than that the morality of Finishing{ touches were being put on the was the first definite step toward Installation '
Trustees from the time the college.was cornof t the presentations .new "Green building' In June 1935 -, the ,
the project, Harvey Sharron, dean of very questionable ;
development at SFCC, told representatives founded in 1966 until his resignation last ; unfit for the children to see and "' business block between the' Old Courthouse ,'It is not known what went wrong, but the '!
nauseous to people,; Yet,, at the and The Telegraph office,which. was burn- '
grown-up
year Now a successful developer of clocks were not Installed, at that time, and
of several interested ed out several
groups ago.
conclusion of such a ,piece, we are years the clock towers remained empty until the
Monday that the college is interested in another centers in Orlando, Starke, astonished to see the announcement The building was completed at a cost of Bicentennial Year of 1976 when a group of '

the total concept of creating a historic! areas, Andrews spent some of "Passed by the Board pf Censorship" ,$10,000, and contained the, following local''businessmen 'donated $3,165 for in ,,
district in downtown Starke with the old his earliest years in 'a one-room "Where does this'board'hang 'up? At'' stores;; Gasset 'Hardware &, Furniture, stallation of the four clock faces in the Old '1

Courthouse serving as the anchor and schoolhouse at New River, where he Coney Island Then again; we get tired of .I Starke'Dry Cleaners, Priest' Ten Cent Courthouse tower;
learned the value of education from his seeing the same faces In'successive' reels Store,Western Auto, and L.B. Alexander
main focal Sharron who 'spent .
point. Dry Goods, formerly of Waldo. '
several days in Washington recently ex- teachers, some of whom boarded. .in 'hisparents' If playing improved Different, will roles.'The educate-'Bswelts picture shows: Interest ,. -- Knickers Were TrademarkOf

ploringavenues of financial aid through farm home. and the Chesterfieldlan manners of Troublesome TimesIn Fla. Boom Realtors

grants and endowments, said the Starke interestingthe ''i. the actors cannot help'having a good, effecton .Prlntlng'Shop Back during the Florida land boom of !
would be in that it would: Having been successful in audiences. knickers which
unique
project There 1925-28, ; were worn by the
: were no computers around in 1921
be the, first in the nation to combine a I Santa Fe Endowment Corporation'in "Therefore, let the picture companies 'but the newspaper had its equipment work ,idle rich" golfers of that time, became a' -3
college and a business district togetherin the Old Courthouse campus Andrews improv* their wares, the Board, of Censorship ries, just the same. The editor of that time fad and;were adopted by many,Florida .
a redevelopment effort. expects to support the project financially W! reorganized and the theatre wrote" the''following for his sympathetic realtors to make an impression on their
and otherwise. "I. intend to see it managers see that all their reels were. not readers: clients from the frozen North.'They mn' '
Sharron said that the heightened'I' staged Jay the same company," became popular In Bradford County, according \
he
through, says. "Make it a point to visit{ the print shop to the following itent'In the. Aug.
of Santa Fe the local ,;
visibility on scene' and learn of its ,difficulties The' '
says 30, 1925 issue of The Telegraph:
would greatly increase the number of The Bradford ,County Historical\ Sun Movies' ':" Southern Farmer "Right you are,
local high school graduates going on to Board of Trustees has endorsed the con .Approved. by CouncilAnd brother The local printing office should be 'Starke"An epidemic Tuesday of and knickers included broke'PromInent out in

obtain a college education, as well as in- cept, and other groups, including county I '/the movies .broke Into the news powered visited,when press the) breaks big belt,just(on as the the gasoline-printers men of almost every profession and trade

creasing the number of adults taking, and municipal governing units; Bradford ; again in 1933 when the City Council voted are: sweating to get the paper out in. time r in town;' The miscellaneous assortment of
advantage of night courses offered by County Development Authority, unanimously to permit Sunday "moving for' the next mail} also when the engine shanks were encased in more" colors than
the college. "It would be a night and day'' ,Chamber Commerce, and civic clubs picture shows" between the hours of 2:30': stops'because the spark plug is choked up; the rainbow ever boasted.
operation if we had a campus here," he will be asked for their support. Santa Fe p.m. and 6 p.m., and again after 9:IS p.m. when the printer's devil spills upon the But the knickers soon vanished from, the i
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said. In 1968 :Santa. Fe had only 23 'This Was the daring action by the'coun- floor two columns of delinquent tax sale local scene, ,
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ads ready for the forms' the
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cil as Sunday movies, or any other Sunday : or consignment ,
students enrolled from Bradford '
County and approval of the community'before : of newsprint does not arrive,
entertainment except a stroll in the parkor on Cof C Slogan in 1925 '
but with the establishment of a tenter at launching into this major step inl;I a borsean4, buggy ride, had been con- .time. Qn, such perplexing occasions ''the

Bradford High,School,. the number of bringing higher education closer..to, our.- I sidered'h: [in,up to that time. ,printers,will welcome anyone who'can Promoted Bradford Soil
,frgnt this.cogn i y ,.has growing d' ""p tre celebrated the big vie assist them'with! copious* .and effective. cuss,. ..JFPFfntag: jw*.still.th\ .m.4)n,sourcpof In-
t""u"ustpdents.enrolled ''2of//;. W'tt *P\l\cfe '
1 t f$Mt "'' 'lathepd C r1h\u\ e, SblJrrot&.if'S ;Somee'Ht;;'' ethingk'letitltesa>\difdQ grog t' I 1l "" \ j4ifr A.t'ti iJJta J ar,MPftW } announcement qneran/ .
ar/c '' : Effort Made to Install ;the following in the Oct. 10
predicted: that the present number that seems ,to: be a "natural", and ,: An e''t t had been held on the Sunday Courthouse In Issue of.:The Telegraph:
enrolled in Santa Fe could be doubled or everyone wonders why it wasn't thought ,. movie b8uo on August i, and carried with Clocks 25 "D.C.
more. "We are looking at the potentiali:' of before. Apparently this is one of those a total of 117 votes in favor, and 107 oppos- In the summer of 1923 The Telegraph announced Jones has received his shipmentof ,
metal tags for
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was CIty that
illegal by 'among local bills to be
community starting in 1984, on times. This opportunity to accomplishtwo Attorney Floyd Green' when It was presented at the coming special session of the words, "Starke)Flan,Where Soil
tough the next 20, years,'Y the SFCC goals in one havjng our own two-, discovered that the ballot box had not been the Florida Legislature would be one' Rewards Toil." The tags are finding ready
dean of development said. "Our purpose year college campus,. and stimulatingthe locked ,after the election, and therefore; Authorizing the Bradford County Commissioners sale and will! prove to be valuable" advertising '
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is to help Starke and Bradford improvement of Call Street should a could have been"stuffed"by supporters of. to issue time warrants in the, for Bradford county .
County' to v have 'their own 'all-purpose' Command ''Unqualified community' support Sunday' movies. So the free show was called amount.'of 13,000 for the,purchase'pf an ;: ;"The'slogan: 'was written byMrs.; J.T.
off, and hundreds:of would-be'spectators electric clock for the courthouse tower. Quigley, wife of Starke's long-time lumber
campus/ were disappointed. Although provision made for such inI and
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>Vf 4'fit;, that most often .ertilin: addinga total of.,about 10 tomato variety :you're 'growing'requires "j
The people .
Life is complicated e'nough':without would field a winning slate'of delegates 1"I j I Include one in vegetable their,vegetable gardens is the,'. pounds'.per' 100 square'feet; during Ute'growlng.sealto staking, you can drive stakes Into the soil

having an unnecessarily complex ballot This plan went askew,.'however, when >tomato:i Nothing'quite' compares with the .' : : ;at the time of planting. Place the stakes
thrown at you as Florida voters did in Askew withdrew from thrace\ before-
the March 13 presidential primary, elec, the primary date, and Hart made a bid ;Judging by the popularity of this vegetable this,,., .:"healthiest plants passed.you can Also find:. choose and handle the, :they\string.grow, simply" tie I ,,them. to;',.the, stakeswith

tion. for his printed delegates. ) .' |most delicious gardeners crOp'Js'defuuteiy'worth feel that :raising the. effort -; them gently., It's best'to transplant! on:a ", 'To help your plants off to a" good start,
'cloudy day, or in late' afternoon 'and. as, make a starter solution of one or two
Instead of up ''t
having only .the names of Election officials in all parts of the i ; ,soon as possible after a rain. : ,tablespoons an all-purpose garden' fertilizer '
the ten candidates running for the ,state registered' strong 'objection to need To raise to begin(any with vegetable adequate successfully soil ,you It's a good idea to set your plants slightly : dissolved in'a gallon pf.water. Pour '

Democratic presidential nomination, as listing delegates on the ballot, saying it ,tion. And, tomatoes are no different prepara I 'deeper than ;they .were"growing at'the.nursery about a pint'of this liquid into the plantinghole
has been' customary' in the past the was unnecessary and increased costs of Tomatoes need a. slightly acid soil, with a' : Vpu might'also want\to add a cut as[ you set each plant, Protect the new
March 13 ballot in this If, worm control at the same time If you wait' :plants by:'shading them for a few days .
'congressional the election due to additional time; required pH between 6.0 And t 6.5., the pH -
district had a total of 67 names for in tallying' the hundreds of excess ;soil is less than 3.0,.it is too acid oflour', ,even- q .day,l be/ore, controlling'! ,bulworms. \tiw( ; after?,transplanting.'foresjryftin \ '

voters to puzzle over.. In districts alloted names. :should add lime to correct the problem. pOI. ,.' .', ',:,( ". ', ,," .." ,;. .' \
But. you really shouldn't add lime unless I" ' '
more delegates than we are, the ballot Even' Charles Whitehead, chairman soil test indicates,the, need for'It.' Then,. ,. ( ? \ !:

had more names and consequently! o( the.Florida Pemocratic., Party, said about five pound of-dolomite',(Dole-ah-," .: '' ; ;;.. ,Bradford'i ; Cot5 : :;. :
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confusion. mite feet of garden is the 1
more ) per 100 square ,I .' ,, ,
he felt sure, there would be changes in average recommended rate. Be,sure you,,. 4tNw ? ,' ". '' ,BjD.vldW.Norto, ., 'It'. '
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plicated ballots in' Florida history. 1988, and it is hoped that this chan before planting. -' Spring. Brings, ,:Problems For: ShadeTrees"! ; : !!" .
voters reacted erratically, not because be to go back to the old system of listing Another important part of soil preparation ,: ,
is fertilization;':There are a couple of Spring' is the' time'<'for insects 'and determine'the'severity -
they wanted to.but simply because they only the presidential,candidates ,on the. of damageTlf the
schools of thought,on;when. to add! fer diseases of shade trees to pop into easy; infection : limb or
couldn't cente..occUI'IJ'along'a''
figure. out how to vote in-> ballot .' ., tIIlzer. Some people! believe in fertilizing, view of the! home or property,owner. Lets: ,. branch, 'will increase ?
telligently. \ the soil before plan)ing: If you choose their, ,discuss the three most common tree'pro.. the proper pruning practices If the-
} method, 2'i pounds of fertilizer for< blems Is vitality of a young pine. l
It apply that spring !likely to bring to your' Infection
that or'trunk.then'your
was expected occurs within
most voters the stem
Is This Any Way every loo square feet of garden.Use a 6-8-8 ,attentionand I ; << tell l you the. importance,of, ; k main will .be
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would pick the delegates 1d.pra'eI'S. :
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pledged the with minor elements if possible; Do this a each; .. :
candidate they wanted to ,. week before planting and mix the fertilizer Pine,bark beetles. ;; Ips"or. turpentine 'Invade necessary..The-third problem lee Is'ttie-
electing solid ,slates ,of delegates in:. To Cut The ,Deficit t? ; thoroughly Into the soil. Three.. weeks or so and can kill any native species of pine, development of white webs you may of worms.,This
Florida's 19 congressional districts.'But';' after you plant the tomatoes add another lreell.Theile bark beetles become very act is the eastern tent caterpillar.This insect
two pounds fertilizer par JOO square feet tive in areas,where trees have been under
in electors : > although UMlghUy does not threaten the,;
cases voted for the
many So President Reagan wants to cut the as a side dressing.'anrt water thoroughly.: straw .either ;n-cauMd.:or'natur ally, tree.,TTwy wSHnevt in oaks, black cherries,,
candidate they preferred, but split their deficit..and his administration has just' In the other system*fertilizer isn't added caused..,Signsof! ,the;Infection: {are pitch, crabapptas plums and
They
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delegate votes between those pledged to until planting t m M' Apply five pounds ,of' tube appearing on the trunk between the :will oaf the new of pecan dwcend
the'candidate and some they liked for' asked ,Congress to increase overseas I 6-8-8 per 10(1( square,feet Mix one-naif Into' !,lower' fimfcs'and\ : ,ar ond.Th :"' the'troe.to, go underground growth leavee. baconw
military construction by a'mere'fifty the entire bed and apply the other half in; tubes'; be < nickel -in ::
personal reasons. The ballot was. even can: : as :large 'as a : :malure'molhs.' The household
; I : furrows ,' from either side of diameter *common
percent 'next year The extra money'would three inches ,,,protrude quarter Inch' from broom used
more confusing because the''name' of be used to enlarge U.S.,military"presence" the garden rows.\Three weeks after plan, ,the bark,,and,vary tn for from creamy to!, ;festive 4\ W sweep them,:- ,away* is" .. ef/.
.Reubln'Ask; side: weapon as!any
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; w his full 'slate .of" of Ung, apply 2'*pound of fertilizer* a '. ,
delegates remained on the ballot ?venn. in such disparate parts dressing.And, make additional side dress- erIassmctttide'treatmend: } Is eneraUhot': 1/0, ;'
though'Florida's favorite; son" can the world as the Persian Gulf, the Carib- tags 01 one pound per IOU square feet every, .cost-effective t because timing of the Wray> '' .

didate had withdrawn bean Islands. the Indian pceanr and the three to. feur"weckWlth' elthcJ'. ft'Ieti'lod, ,. I is necessary;to prevent further damage. TelsltArea'Marr.
from the
race, Mediterranean Sea, .;, .. The, best treatment,is removal of the in- \i'
Evidence of the mixup is the fact that tested! material or Immediate burnir.To' >, "' \
Gary Hart won the vote in the This proposed fiscal 1985 increase, Appreciation Stopper:" prevent,,Tb rkA'beetle attacks you, would "A'ripnMM.atlWi: of C >an'Don;
state, while, Walter popular Mondale',came,out. military} spending is t part";of a, planned For Sen. BIN Gw nt, avoid man-made Il stress*!*,,(l.er machanicaf, Funua,will be in'thq,foliovR nB Aford.Ujrieu .
continue at a rapid .damage, iarpreperprWring and.exegralv4?, ': .towns for conferences next> e4ne*'
ahead in,delegates. tough',19tY7' '' Saturday Mark'will ?84A 'er .Uiationhn; : ; :: .
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such military .
But; .. r :" >I. ', : fudfonsirust -Lake;
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The ; Confusing 'new :method of construction overseas traditionally, free bar! !'blgnmrrs'n the spring: It = to 11 aeon, ha'
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the request '' .f' -E"I .nd'
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Party strategists' pies{ ypurpi! ,
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porters, .wjlh .high,. recognition i ,7A. resence"yin Vietnam! andLebanon: invited. Cawrty *! ?at 'where' : im qJ.'rt'CUOl" I center'ceut (', .' 1" \
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I T mara Dabbs and Kevin Neel Marry in Baptist Church : o ,\ ," .r 1'; r



Tamara Dabbs daughter of Mr. tether, wore a floor length gown of Presiding were Mrs E.W. Hodgesand The? Social Side
and Mrs HT pabbsGfAlbany. Ga., candlelight organza designed with a Mrs Nell Crawford. The food ;, .
and Kevin Neel, son of Mr. and Mrs Victorian bodice featuring a yolk of table was covered with a white linen -
Donald E. Neel' of Starke were united chantilly lace adorned with a flounce cloth with lace insertions and "
in martiage Saturday, feb. 18, at 3 edged in chantilly lace. The full centered with a multicolored. floral OladytMgety; Of The
P.1'n: the first Baptist Church, bishop sleeves were fitted at the arrangement. ti
\ Starke, with Rev Warren Langer, wrists,, with a lace ruffle. The soft Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. was the !1!Society Editor, j :
Pastor o| the First United Methodist A-lne( skirt fell from a natural director of the wedding and in charge
Church, performing the nuptials. waistline with a deep ruffle at the 'of the ', assisted by' Mrs. '
Centering the altar was an arch of hemline which formed a bustle in the ''Charles Hardy. They were assisted by' 967608' :) News I ,
light candelabra flanked by two back. She wore an ivory small brimmed Mrs. Charles Francis Mrs. Robert '. I
sever -branch candelabra with burning hat turned up on the sides with a Milner, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs.. I'
.I tapers. In the front were two large' silk flower and covered in scalloped Jim Lewis and Mrs. J.T. Prevatt ac n nnn"
urn arrangemehts of gladiolus"'blue schlffle lace and pearls. The back ting as floor hostesses. I I L Did You K OW.'.. ....+"
and white carnations* poms and fern. featured a large organza bow with Little Miss Monica Nichols handedout
Large white satin bows with blue and' .streamers of the same,color as the rice bags to the guests as the couple In celebration of her move back to
white carnations and poms were plan hat. She carried a cascade of bridal r left the reception. : Mrs. tu Sanders enjoyed; sweets Florida Christy Dixon was honored
ed on the familjr! pews. white roses and tube roses centered yb Following a short wedding,trip to vacation recently J in the Carribean' at a luncheon on March 17 at the home
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with a yellow throated white orchid.A ,,St. Augustine Beach, the ,couple is and, Miami.. 1 : of her mother, Mrs. Rose Padgett of
Mrs. George''!A. Canova, organist reception was held In the church residing In Albany Ga. '1 I Starke. A ormer resident of Starke
Miss Cindy Canova, pianist,and Mrs. Fellowship HalL Mrs J.L. Wiggins The bride Is emplOYed'as desk clerkat Mr. ahd Mrs. Tony Crum of Green resides in Jacksonville.The .
David Shoemaller, soloist, and Kevtn aunt of the groom kept the bride's the Cricket Inn i in Albany, the yule Term. spent last week with hisgrandmother honoree was presented with
Neel presented,a program of nuptialmusic. book. Two large urns of gladiolus groom Is manager of the western !, Mrs. E.G.!: Dukes. many lovely bouseplants as a memento ,
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Kevin sang "rtiiu I Love You blue and white, carnations, poms andferns 'Steer Family Steakhouse in Albany. of the occasions \
So".as his bride entered the doorway .
of were placed at vantage points. IlL -" .
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The bride's table was covered witha '-
Mr. Neel attended his son as best white satin lace edged cloth,and :
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man. Ushers were George Canova centered with a three-tiered wedding, ..,; 'E.,:CaBI I Street Starkel '
Jr., Randal Andrews and Michael An- cake flanked by silver candelabra, ,
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drews TP with burning tapers. Around the bot' r /Ii' Discount Furniture & Appliances
Miss Margaret McGaughey of' tom on the cake were blue and white :
Albany Ga. attended as maid of carnations and fern. Mrs. Philip ..
honor. Her dress was fashioned in Nichols,.aunt of the groom, cut the J' .:: : = r.-lnv.ntDrv 5.1.
pale blue qiand with an empire waist cake.Two. -
and accordianj pleated skirt and a crystal punch bowls surrounded 'I We're
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sheer capelet of the same color. by blue and white carnations and Mr.,and Mrs. Kevin Neel j 71 ,And Liquidating
The bride given in marriage by her fern centered the punch table. '
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;i;> ,! Feb, 25 in LaCrosse "::; : OF OUR SPECIAL '

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:1 :,' Elaine Tetstjme,! daughter of Mr. She wore a dress. similar ,to the .t.tL 6 Hard Pinefc/ (7 !\ .
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d( .' < and Mrs. C.J.JTetstone,, of Brooker, I I sejeoo --
became the bride of Bruce Hines, son father The bride, given in marriage by her i Living ROOm ,Suite, ',' : .fc>. ,?.'. .. ...,' Reg. 799.9SFteo,. ( Lamp)), DD ,. .
fashioned with .
wore a gown
of Mr. and Mrs, Loyless Hines of
waistline and .high round neck With. 3 Early American !
LaCrosse Feb. pc : '
on 25, at 3 p.m. in the J o a
LaCrosse Baptist, Church with Rev. The dotted bottom lace covering had three the rows entire of gown.i lace. ,Living Room 'Suite . . '.' Reg. 699.9 (Free 'L mp) 599' i.
Greg Douglas the .
performing

1 tials. altar nup- Her secured'cap her decorated long veil She with carried pearls an: Couch 'w/Matchlng Chair . .}L : . 12 5 .
5' Highlighting the were two ar-
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,,',:'' rangements against a ',background of blue and white"of branched flowers and arrangement.white! carnations of red sweetheart; roses ; Naugahyde,Couch" . ..: .I.].I Reg. 299.99 s 175 t ,

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Tootsie,Tucker and groom and parents stood in the, .iis. + ;
,pianist, Sylvia
", ,Reddish, soloist, presented a program receiving line. Coffee &End Tablet : : ..'.' :| $1J8iug
"' The bride's table was centered with, 1'

,of nuptial music .. a wedding cake decorated with blue ,Bunk Beds. ... ,. .OQ n, ., ..,. .. 2J
Orval Lynn was best man and the flowers flanked ; attendants. __ *
> ushers were :Chuck Tetstone and bouquets. : I __ r Full Size Oyu, :

IM"--Ricky Goodale.t ; Helen McRae and DeeAnn JoneS $ Box Spring'& Mattress .',. RM. '2s $175" i
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\ ", : Debbie Polkj'Was, honor attendant.. cut the cake and Lori James. served, ..
i ',.j:,- She wore a blue qiana dress with lace punch. Bed Frames :.. . ... ',,.. f 25 fi II ,
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trim on the neck and sleeves She carried The punch table also held two of they : : : (

I ".".I' an arrangement'of, blue' flowers' 'attendants bouquets' as decorationsand Chest of'Drawers : . : : . . .'./. 45.
: 'with a touch ol white. the' bride d .book ;table was' '
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: Angie Coleman and Kim Hines covered with a beige cloth''and held an AutomaticIce-Maker; 1' ': $
i) served as attendants.They wore light arrangement of blue and white Freezer : $49"9''
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: baby blue qiana- dresses with. lace flowers. Refrigerator '. Reg. 59 I
trimmed V-neckUne and 3/4 length, 'The bride will'graduate from Bradford i 7.7 cudeet'f.' ,. >. ':" : }
sleeves with lace trim on the waistline High School in June. The groom r.' : ; .' !L. I', $4' 2. 5 -
iii with a satin ribbolThev carried blue graduated from Santa Fe High School: J.r J., :, 'I'; Refrigerator/Freezer/; : ,.. ; : : .... ,',
nQLs n d hVm ue lI.l/:d.j' '-lb&' >'I .I jll vutuoAt : .in Alachua County and is a guard at'\" : ,;, ..4t\:!\'':; I.etil I., e 1r 1:"''t 1f ,.,.3 cu. feet ft J ;4,;M1'11llir41; }''''D.ft'' ,':")1..d' ., ,\kr ) '

.Ji; snl .RMCinLakelfiv ;;;'t'liP'''' ,' W''l : .1Jt $325'
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Mr. ana Mrs., uoyd Sendee. !tear: ", I... I .,
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Terry Dean Munderff. son of Ronnie L. 'f. 'rl',. r,,:.. : : ,' ''I I I ,
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",' and The Andrea of bride-elect Starke.Katherine is a 1983(Cookie graduate) Mundorff of- ;: : ?three "

Union County High School. : FastWays
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at 3 p.m in Everybody's Tabernacle, X'( Highway 441, Ellisville. Fla. "'" .I' ,I.at .. ': T ):Get Your Fortune i

to.All attend.friends and relatives are' invited ," '..V: :.f ,:fAil' : @ ,


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daughter Trade K., to George RanHI ,,.,J. ''i.t .. ; I'f" .'I: t'ot ,.d'.,t "" Slmplelnlernt "' "'f" t 11'0', 's.
dal (Randy) Alvarez son.of Mr, and _
v I': Mrs. Owen ''If\lvarea.,.. of Bay less '
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with reception to follow. .. I CompoundedQ wtrerly} ,'r
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: Patricia Gill and Richard Lemire Wed March 3 in Jacksonville str5,1wbelfiry.Queen Contestants

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.1 PatriciuTAnn Gill), daughter of Mr. with short puffed sleeves. She carriedan silk roses with baby's breath. SIpping,: I...''''i,,.'',;'.'."...
I and Mrs. George (Buck) Gill of artan ement of silk lavender roses A reception was held In the
I i Jacksonville and Richard J. Lemire and baby breath. Fellowship Hall where the parents of
I i son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lemire of Attendants were sisters of the the bride and groom greeted the
Jacksonville were united in marriage bride, Christina and Heidi Gill and guests at the door. Cathy Hicks kept The night I drawing near, and all each contestant's ideas. individual' and imaginative
.j March 3 at 2 p.m. in St. Andrews Christy Harpe. They were attired the bride's book. contestants have been busy getting I.
Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville, similar to honor attendant. The bride's table was covered with prepared for''this special night. The All the contestants have been busy
white lace cloth all month with special activities
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with Rev. J. Rimes performing the 22nd Annual Bradford
: nuptials.The five-tiered wedding cake flanked by r Strawberry. Queen Pageant Is being by the Junior Woman's Club of
of candles. 'Sharron Starke. They have enjoyed
Bonnie Blue Bishop, daughter purple Pattersoncut March 31 several
this Saturday,
t Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Bishop, III, was the cake. held year on Bradford High SchoolAuditorium. events such as a modeling session at
;. altar held arrangements of flower girl and Mike Russell was ring- Mrs. W.L, Warren of Jacksonville s! at 8 p.nr.Jn.the The Amaro School in Orange Park; a

white carnations and gladiolus with bearer. and Mrs. A. Barnes of Starke presided ., a A major change in the pageant this make-up demonstration by Merle
II ferns and palms. The bride, given in marriage by her at the punch table. will be the addition of competition Norman Cosmetics, and a hair
Dan Estes was best man and ushers father, wore a taffeta gown overlaid Following a wedding -:+ Y. year called "Creative Competition". fashions presentation'at NuWaves.
t were Tom C. Stallings III, Mike with lace accented with seed pearls West the couple is rending in } This category is to be judged on individuality Everyone is feeling the excitement
Denison and Mark Carpenter. and lace flowers. Her Juliet cap Jacksonville. ,:',(1.1", or originality of the con of the upcoming pageant. Advance
I Desiree Hicks served as maid of secured her blush waist-length veil. The bride is the granddaughter of i 5 = testant to best carry'out the theme, tickets are available at Mitchell's
honor. She wore a long lavender gown She carried, an arrangement of white Mr and Mrs. Prescott Gill, of Starke s "Strawberries on 'Broadway". This Drug Store.

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Transition Era of Life Program :.: } ., "J" Christopher Hobbs of Jacksonville Miss Jean Mundy of TallahasseeIs

visiting his grandparents, Mr and Was home for the.weekend.<.<; (
II Mrs J.C. Hobbs this week


Given at Starke Woman's Club', ( ,,

The Wedding .
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The First Presbyterian Church Mrs. M.H. McClane, Mrs. Judy adult life 50 years,age 50 transition 55
Fellowship Hall was the scene of a St. Moore, Mrs. M.A. Payne, Mrs. years, culmination of middle;adult Planning .
Patrick's Day luncheon meeting of Herbert Thomas, Mrs. B.C. Titus Sr. years 60 years. 'tffMm, :' IL
the Starke Woman's Club on Wednesday and Mrs. Medford Connelly served a The Woman's Club o ISt rke, Headquarters!
March 14, at 12 noon. delicious Irish stew with broccoli and member club of the Florida Federation : ,
The invocation was given by Mrs. cheese sauce cornbread, lime of Women's Clubs, presented the
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Jack Trawick in which she spoke of sherbet ice tea and coffee. following Certificates of Appreciations 4 Let us show'you the elegant easy way
life's little pleasures being best and Mrs. C. Bernard Ruckdeschel Introduced -, : To Mrs. James Blackshear for 'the partyware, decorations albums gifts; gift
the importance of small things. the guest speaker, Mrs. Outstanding Service as Publicity 3 wrap, greeting cards and candles you'll need
Members introduced their guests. Hazel Hetzel,Mclntosh Presbvterian'Church Chairman; to Mrs.AI Kay Carlisle for ; weddings, showers and parties are. availablein
The flag salute was given,followed by who is associated with the her time and talent donated to Pick
Wedding Department
"America the Beautiful" sung by aU pastoral Counseling Service of North District Quilting Project and to Mrs. our complete "
and accompanied by Mrs. L.A. Central Florida based in Gainesville. Medford Connelly for hours spent on up our free "Bride's Guide, .too.. ,
Canova at the piano. New members Mrs. Hetzel, a wife and mother, is original art ideas, aprons made. for o :"
voted and welcomed into the club included presently working toward a Doctorate men's auxiliary, decorations for ,f'i
Josephine Villa (Mrs. of Ministry degree at Columbia District meeting and decorations for "
Charles), Bea Creamer (Mrs. Theological Seminary. She was for President's luncheon.
James), Myldred Cuttino, Sueko three years the Director of the Mrs. Florence Ruud Antique, and .
Biggs (Mrs. R.E.). Presbyterian Student Center in Collectible Show.and Sale chairman ; :
Dining tables held ivy streamersand Gainesville. Pastoral Counseling Ser- and her co-chairman Mrs. Betty .., 'i: j
centerpieces of crocheted pastel vice is available in most large cities. Young, president ,of the Woman's '.. ';'j I'
yarn flowers with Irish potato base. For instance, there has been an active Club, gave a report on the readinessof !
Tables held four-leaf clovers and group in Gainesville and was introduced the show March 18-18. '" Mr,and Mrs Richard Lemire
background on stage had St. Patrick's to the Starke area last year. Future events include a RummageSale
Day green figures and clover leaves. Mrs. Hetzel, well qualified in many at the Woman's Club on Tuesday, :j
Did :You Know. ,.
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The table 3 the club
speaker s was attractivewith subjects, spoke on mid-life transition, April at building.'There .
a larger identical centerpieceand stating that it is well to "get in touch will be a booth or table where food I:!
an arrangement of pink azaleas. with who you are inside". She outlined will be sold. On Monday, April 2, from Miss Claire Ruckdeschel; who is ". f / .0
Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd, Home Life middle life transitions as 22 years, 9 a.m. Until 12, someone will be at the home this week on spring break from
Department chairman and Mrs. Ray adult transition, entering adult club building to accept items. Also In- Michigan State University, has been ,
Renfroe. cochairman assisted by word 28 years, age 30 transition 33 cluded in future events are the Brad- elected to Tau Beta.Pi at the college.
hostesses Mrs Robert L. Brown,Mrs. years, settling down 40 years. 45 ford County Fair Wednesday, April 4
Willie Mae.Denton Mrs..J.C. Hobbs, years mid-life transition, entering through Saturday April 7. The May Mr. and Mrs.J.E. Hardy spent Fri- r Clarh's"ateEdwardzRoadoferadfmd9quar.
I Breakfast will be held Saturday
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day to Sunday with their children, Mr.
May 5.
Hospital AuxiliaryTo ,:. and Mrs. David Mendenhall and Miss .
June Hardy in Atlanta.
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Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will Mrs. Ruby Cooper, Mrs..Charlene Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar are
hold its dinner-meeting Monday Blalock, Mrs. Blonnie Derkman,Mrs. in Tampa Wednesday and Thursday
March 26, at 6:30 p.m. at Western Mae Thomas, Mrs. Lillian Allen and to attend the Florida Automobile Hair Designers
Steer Steakhouse. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson visited Dealer's Association meeting 'of
There will be an election of new of Mrs. Carrie Crews in the Willston} which Mr. Terwillegar is a director. lt Wv ltSt- 182303stoke
ficers. The program will be presentedby nursing home on Saturday. ;.
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Sandra O'Brlant-Johnson who will -
give a talk and show slides of Zambia, 'j f tf
Africa where she worked in the !$%
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President Mrs. Herbert .Thomas .; 964-707"1.'. s
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Lent" at the Women of St. Mark's Vickie Norman .
meeting Tuesday, March 13. Brian McCulloch 2117N.T U.S. 301 i J' 1 I
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Days of Lent". Vickie Norman, ",,, '--' .' '.
Fr. Arthur Lee spoke to the group ,J.,. '
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suggesting to increase atten- Brian .
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dance at the meetings'and gave the Wed June 30 I." ; ,I .5 .: ,
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Vickie Lynn Norman of Gainesvilleand '; I,.

Brian Keel McCulloch of Orlando I' ,,I ..
Delaney Fisher announce their engagement and ap- f ,
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place Saturday, June 30, at 730pm.: ). :':: ': ,<" )'
90th BirthdayThe in the First Baptist Church, Starke. 4'". t .: { I\: .. .. V,'
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family of Delaney Fisher would High School; attended Lake City Some (I ''I .. ,:I 'I. '.") )r,
like to invite you to share in the Community College and is Insurance "It, Ortunes, Av '-'ffkRr; ; "t '11 t 3w: ': ''i ,'-' I hr
celebration of her 90th birthday'on employed with Nationwide rykR #, ;., ,"'''I' 1:1''P';: : M-,. :
Sunday, March 25, between the hours of Gainesville. :.: i Ii") '
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be at the home of Tiny and Belle Baltimore, Md., graduated with a BA .'" )'/,!, ,' "r.; "", ; ,
Lovell, Theressa. No.gifts, please. degree in Economics from Wake \ I !!!.'.r,"I :';' : "
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N.C. He operates a Nationwide Insurance -. mgor.

Jorod Mallory Agency in Orlando. ::'r4' f ; '. f :lif4"'f;

Celebrates Fourth Vickie is the granddaughter of Mr. .. : '
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Jerod Mallory celebrated his fourth : : :
Harold K. Norman of Starke and Mr. 1, '. "
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birthday on Sunday, March 11 at 2 and Mrs. Lester Page of Jacksonville. .. ':," : )
p.m. when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. All friends and relatives. are invitedto a 1f? ij .:.:','.-i". "t"- ;" ', :.. .:''!' .?.,; :,' .(, ::;;t. ; r' .;";'ra,,I, : "'f \ ., ., ". :,; .
Mickey Mallory, gave a party for attend. !;', I : > : ''' .

him.The Pac Man' theme was carriedout Homo. ',Mission' EmphasisAt "".1" '" -: .. 1/.. ."B".ort ne; I'.']' 'ioil''EI: {: : :):;. ,\: ',!; ,' k.I'I'A'Itl-.' ;{:': t;. ....;";'', :!.
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Jerod's brothers,Chad and Jonathan March is the month set aside in ',' I ..r 1 f'.s d' '
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts ana most Southern Baptist churches: : as "
sons, Cory, Casey and Craig, and the time to' educate people about, '
Pam and for, and give to the ld;, E tk
Mrs Starling son.Ryan. especially pray ,. ,
mission work hi the United States. / ,
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to the church on Sunday night, Feb. ua '. rt 94i., y
Mr. and Mrs.. Dick 'Weise of ,26.; The book covered some of the r o', .' : s_,4, ;
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Saturday guests of Mr.and Mrs. W.S. .States. I TTrt
Peters and they all spent Tuesday. to. As a further emphasis on missions .: ,4 3 ,: -- _
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visitors of Mrs. W.B. Mundy and attended church some of the needs that are being .', l'' .... ':
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Carey and, Chris of Leesburg, and very challenging message. .. } .. :GompnunddQunety. .' n 1"' ,'r u :
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March. 1984 TELEGRAPH P..e 7l'BIRTHs \
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W) Celebrating you Id
Church of God
.. Members of the Madison Street Mr. and Mrs MJT. !Peterson of
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" ) .- Baptist Church visiting Mr. and Mrs. Md. arrive today,
; Silver Spring. ,
The Bradford County senior
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H.A. Lawson in Live Oak last Thursday visit with biB
:: citizens And the Joy group of Madison Thursday, for a week
Pastori were: Mr. and Mrs J.T, Lawson
Appreciation Day .It Street Baptist Church spent Tuesdayof Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper Mrs., sister* Mrf.,L.H.' G0 sod.
last week at Cedar Keys where they
';/ had dinner and enjoyed the'day.' Bernice Jackson, Mrs. Mary; Lawson
tr Mrs. Mae Thomas Mrs. Sarah Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell of
Call, Mrs Helen Potter Mrs. Gladys Greenville, S.C. were Saturday night
Rev Walter F. Montz of the ment in local affairs. Daryl Brewer of Lake Alto was surprised .SHaas. .
;pastor Wasdin Mrs.Helen Cranfill Mrs:Edward dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. w
Katherine AUne Brown 81 arke: Church of God Will be honored The special Sunday morning service by a birthday.dinner given Hall and Mrs Iva McKinney. ,
recently for him by hra wife, Stella
b r his congregation on Sunday will feature departmental
j. Wlndell and Kimbery Brown, of larch 25, which has been designatesastor recognitions followed with dinner-on- and friends Doris Lamb and Dawn Attending the annual Friendship and.
r I Lake Butler announce the birth Of a P Recognition Sunday and the- ounds at 12:30: p.m. Special Crews of Starke. Daryl was given a Dinner for Gateway Girl Scouts last son 'were the winning, couplThom-lt
. daughter Katherine Aline born H omecoming.The singing groups, The weeks Family set of tools as a meniento of the occasion Friday night at the Southern Bell in Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night.
. .. March 13 In Humana Hospital, is to and the Frampton Family, will be ,
special event give recogni- .. Jacksonville were Jack and Carolyn\ March 13, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
t s Orange Park. She Joins a sister, U on to:Rev. Montz for his outstanding featured in the afternoon service. Eaves, Lila Rae Yawn Laurie Burdette were second .
& Crystal LaDawna.v. mtribution to the community as a Friends of Rev. Montz and family Mrs. A.J. Eaves III attended the ,,Muilins, Elizabeth Givens Walker,' ,, '
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and astor and leader. He came Starke and the church are extended a warm brunch for United Methodist Women and Joyce Sutton. .t.. ,;
) Mrs. Jesse P Griffin of Starke.Great 11981.Since that time,til has earned hand of welcome to observe'this presidents of Gainesville District
V (\ grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred the respect of the community as a special event with them.. In Lake City at "F I
'Orr Alton of Missouri, Mrs. Ella and :),. Wesley Methodist Church. ...
I resglt moils dedication Lnvolve-. : __,
I Smith and the late J. Harne Smith of '1. ,: !,:. .jj f
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l .- are Mr. and Mrs. Art Brown of Lake (;>; .'" .
Butler. Great :J .
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and the late A.W. Brown of '

e of Starke Middleburg.Mr. and Mrs: Edward Mosley AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE ,' '


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Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Adkins of
Starke announce the birth of their SPRING SALE
son, Justin Lee born March 11. He
joins a brother Adam Edward, age S,
Paternal grandparents are the late
Mr. and Mrs.,Edward S. Adkins, Sr. / /

Mrs.Maternal E.L.grandparents Clinger;: of Canton are,Mr.Ohio.and v----- You're going to like Eckerd. We're going to make sure


V Jennifer Luellen Frees
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Mr. and Mrs.Don Frees of Melrose Eckerd Introduced Generics CAIN DE REVLON '
announce the birth of a daughter,Jennifer SOLEILGELEE' CLASSIC r'I I
To Save You
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Luellen, born March. 3 In 1
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Alachua General Hospital. Today They Save You More Than',,-=ver. INTENSIVE ORANGE' y
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and CARE e '01' 3E79 ZfpWuunowu

Mrs. J.A. Peterson of Starke. sumo GENERICS a BABY OIL R.La. .,
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Paternal grandparents are 'Mrs. '- ALDACTAZIDE $19,60 $2375 SAW YOU ,99C
Charlotte Frees of Starke and the late : MNtmC POWDER ALBERTO fl
ICKtRO MWVAUMT Wet 1983
$11.80 10OZ.Otlar14CZ.
Vie Frees of Melrose. Paternal great SPIRONOtACTONE w/BCT/ $1268 $860( : v_ .FOWCHHI STYLING
grandmother is Mrs .Marjorie Pan- MOUSSE REVLON LIQUID
'' coast of Jacksonville. a&4 MM1OMM SMMO Wet 1983 ICKERD GENERICS '- LIQUID POWDER POWDER
/ + 8IAVll 25 mg. $11.65 $1329 SAVE YOU,. 149Limit 1 BYETINTorEXTRALONG EYETINT
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AMITRIPTYLINE 23 ma. $ 9.32 $703 v- AlCON BIG LASH

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Stewart Beckett c: '
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Stewart W, ';Beckett celebrated his '
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birthday Sunday afternoon with a' Or
TWIN BLADECARTRIDGES TRACE HAIRSPRAY
')+ at his home Lake '
: party on Kingsley AIROSOL EPSOM, DUSTING
'.: with 34 friends attending to help CARTRIDGES; POWDER
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: .,';'i>"' Highlighting points of Interest were VOUM CHOKl8oz 4-LS,CARTON 'VllUM1JOO 99 ,
arrangements of colorful azaleas and 189 329''Compare _
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", ),, dogwood. The ,refreshment table in, ,,,, Aqua Net,.Limit 1, V-oz Natural
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1 ,yellow: cloth and held an assortment Limit 2 packs / Lirnit1 Boxed Powdei1 '

} of\hors droeuveref" punch, and'
cocktails;,
the ): RIOWOOD
highlight :was attendance of
his son and daughter-in-law Capt: DEL MONTE LAWN

and Mrs,, ,Stewart 'Beckett, Jr. ofHonolulu / BUFFERED : ANTACID FRUIT ,: FURNITURE

his daughterMrs., Vivian ,ASPIRIN ;' SfMCTHICONI oilt.aAhLe.ch S'SLATCMAWMO.1S.tS
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Yelverton: :Deltona and' grand- J
BOTTLI OP 100 ns oL, 2,ton/ gg'g
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,yule, Starke. and Kingsley'LakeS at- .. StMCLSS Mfl.IS* 6-SLAT CHRIS!

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Dr. Mortimer, Aria will be In CHOCOLATES
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'. 1. Starke on March 27 to speak to the 'OCIL0SPONCSS 4-OZ.TRAY
(' I t'' Kiwanis Club of Starke,, Mfl.ISO With refreeze lid,
i :' Dr. Arias 'a' former UnitedMethodist : C MCK OF 4. 3 PACKS/1.00 9 VALIANT
Bishop of is tourIng 4-CUP
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t .." Florida oridianssome RUBBERMAID' HOTPOT
f' and experiences '
,update perspectives ROUGHNECK Rer.aa1
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TAB SPRITE I
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.k,-{ Florida.' Dr Arias' of is Hispanic presently Studies the visitingProfessor and 2 / 88'HmR 109 COMPACT DURABEAM -O 'sh"REINFORCEDHOSE X 50-FT.

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i Ii, : Evangelization at the School ,of FOR ,, BRACH'S; ,rTaoSRdr4t2.iddi. .
; Theology Claremont California." limit;2 while Quantities last, Limit z In' EASTER t ,6'i.'
; Born In Uruguay he has served In PUIlACILI. 249 I MELLOCREMI' '
? leadership roles both in Uruguay and Rw3.N 'PETS
; Bolivia where he served as first na- DURASEAM njtSHUCHT or QUEEN ANN' 1' scan enaNdadeaws
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; "Peace with Justice'as they relate to .CK EGGS COILECERULEOWIREBOUNO
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" : special Visitors Klwanis are welcome meeting to on attend Tuesday, I I i' : iI.' ,/a4270 a Rill.ties 99"' too NOTEBOOK fMSSTS ,

I March rl, at noon at Western Steer. I I I I 12-oz Mellocremesor t M0.1JIAWARING
Methodist,, 1999 '
Call the First United ". ? ,
reservations ,10-pack Eggs, ,
Church to make 'y
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th OAl.........L 'tIIMN1SCJC1 4ap.L/a GRAN PRIX EASTER EGG "yam PERSONAL '

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':' Wilmington, Dela.. are visiting their Sale Price 4 I ,. Aft PUTTy COI.OIt .

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was selected from approximately cadets for her achievements 'as '.a'
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Rotary Chicken Dinner Y 1r : On Way to State.... :


; ';,:l 2 BHS Students Winners at ,Regional Science FairTwo ._

:] To ]Kick Off. Bradford Fair i Bradford High students were person) had. Cathy'studied amnesiaat Suwannee International Valley Science Region Fair.going Sanchez to the,

second place winners at the Suwannee a summer research project at the who studies under UHS science in-
"j The Starke Rotary Club's rural- by the Bradford High School !Jazz Valley Regional Science Fair In University of Florida. structor $Marie :Woodley, did "A
andits
d"" urban day chicken dinner, to be held Band. Rotary members will begin! Lake City March,15-16. Vicki did an analysis of blood Statistical I! Analysts of Word Patterns
Wednesday, April 4, will mark the serving dinner at 11:49: a.m. Tickets Seniors Cathy,,! Roach and Vicki most vital fluids.At regional,Vicki : TMs Type-Token Ratio as a
"" beginning of the 34th annual Bradford are $3 and may be purchased from Thomas won trips to the State Science won a second place ribbon in Method of Indicating Conditions of
l' County Fair. any Rotary Club member or at Fair set April 11-14 in Melbourne. microbiology, received a Marine Morale."
I The Bradford County Fair with a Farmer's Market. A take-out service Cathy Is the daughter of Mr. and Corps certificate and a certificateand Union High entered 25 projects and
: reputation for being one of the best will be available and signs directing Mrs. Kenneth! Roach of Starke, and booklet from the American Society has nine regional science fair winners
;. county fairs in north Florida attracts traffic to the drive-thru will be + s salutatorian of the BHS Class of 1984. for Microbiology. going to state. Bradford High's few
Vicki is the daughter of Mr. and Meres, just a sophomore and not
thousands of
visitors during the four- displayed. t resulted from the -
,' day event. The ribbon cutting v Mrs. Doyle Thomas of Starke. really into experimentation yet, did a' period at BUS this year.Firute
,'i ceremony will be held at noon, A third entrant sophomore Irving study of earth and space sciences. semester BHS biology students earn-
i The annual rural-urban Iday Meres, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv- Meres won a 7th' place ribbon and
i Wednesday, April 4, and the fair will '. NASA. ed a full year's credit and chose not to
; from
:, continue through chicken dinner is the only fundraising ing Meres Of Starke. received a certificate Second
7.
with developing projects.
Saturday April :
continue ,
Miss America Vanessa Williams, project the Starke Rotary \ ; \ The three are students of BHS Thirty-two of the JOO projects in the semester( BUS biology students,,
along with the Bradford County Club sponsors.Proceeds from the din- .i'''. : .",\I."I""I science instructor Jerry McGriff. regional science fair won trips to the were in class just a month when the
Strawberry Queen, various exhibits ner go toward funding the scholarship Cathy's project was entitled "A state.20 in the Senior Division,grades regional fair rolled around, and simply -
,
offered Bradford County of Diencephalic Versus Bitetn- !9-12, and 12 in the Junior Division.
the steer and swine shows and sales program to Cathy Stud didn't time.to develop a project
Sanchez of Lake' have
and a fun-filled midway will make High School graduates planning to at- """ ) Amnesia in Patient MC a test Union High's Pola ,
I this the biggest fair._ever. tend Santa Fe Community College. Science Fair Winner. to see which type of amnesia MC ((8 Butler is the only student from the

The notary' Club s chleken dinner is L
a perfect way to start the fair. Din
ners will be served at the Farmer's PLAY PANTRY PRIDE'S BRAND NEW GAME!
Market where diners will be able to *
Ii enjoy lunch at tables under the tl .
covered pavilion,An added attractionof

the dinner will be.music provided .< .
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Artist of the Week *
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,Scott Manning did a small weavingon
a cardboard loom using blue and
orange as his theme. WEEKLY
Artist of the Week SWEEPSTAKES
Feb.: 27-David Chandler did a
sketch In crayon from a photograph of WINNER!
an osprey.

8th Grade Assn. Mtg... ,.',.: ,

The first meeting of the 8th Grade :: :t) (\ ;,

Parent Association was held on Feb. : \J
16.Officers elected were Judy Brown, COMPLETE '
president; Martha Green' vice- r
president; Carolyn Taylor DETAILSIN

treasurer; and Betsy Hersey r ODDS CHART
secretary. The Disney trip has been STORES + .V '' '
set for May 5 with another meeting ; ODDS Effective March 3, 904. ,
/
being held Thursday,March 1.Any i s Pra Number Odde with oddawnh' I Odds with
8th grade parents interested in help- Y Value 01 PI'Tlcl ing, please contact the BMS office. 000)()O 138 1:136,652 1:402.763: 1:10.512 1:30,982::: 11.8. ,256

CTBS Testing A TOTAL .a. .0 OJ CASH EASY TO PLAY! sloo 'can es2 lseon th: 7,. t 1ee: '

March 6,7 & 8 OF 0' q PRIZES EASY TO WIN! i"N1ent kWard 12,9018 127.318 ';.izo'm i e's': !i.:as

CTBS will be held on March 6,7&8. Total 148,307 1:103: 1:8: 1:4:

It is most important for all students to : ,. Data a'FREE Bingo Ticket each tor. visit 163 670 Prizes in all ':'w aw..aN.r..= Grand RW
be present. It is necessary for all ,'" Came plays Feb. 1 st to May 1 at In 119 stores'In Virginia Georgia and Flo Ida.No purchase necessary,Adults only. 19,090 t aeh Pr oee
students to get a good nights sleep and ,.
eat a good breakfast.Test scores will
be higher when students are well- ETli =
rested and Produce
well-nourished. In addition H
please'get to school on time so _
that necessary instructions for testing
will not be missed. REQ. OR NATURAL 16.60 CREAM ,.????, ,; : ONUS
TREETOP 840Z LIBBVS, WHOLE STYLE OR KERNEL 170Z 1.1; V.$. 1"110..1, .I _IKIY,

APPLEJUICE I CORN BAKING

Artist of the Week 99 '

Catherine Hepburn did a two-point BUY:I ,.yQUR, CHOICE 2/89 POTATOES ,
'perspective drawing in crayon. 1

,/ Parent, Organization; t .1"WITH A S7.BO OR. MoRE.. .FOOD 7 ORDER. .,..'... ..rr". l.:),-1.' I'i"j 'I', *]. .}t 10 LB "G Hi I:

Vw,;\ -Wans Wearin, *;.)., j.ju fl r I : Ii
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organization of the 8th Grade Parent ;. ) ...
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Association in the near future to .
1Bo*CAN RHO.! OH HOT' 3Bo*SMOOTH&,CREAMY Ji SPAGHETTILB
prepare for the.annual Disney World $ 39 :
WITH .
Honnel Chill1SasBTLASBTD 79. Peter Pan : :
trip. a s e., REGULAR OR THIN. .

Computer Classes to Begin FLAVORS 3 PACK .
BMS has received eight Com- Fa golll. eoou .1 411 Cracker Jack .69* "u; g.'I. "I'

modore 64 computers and plans are to So*PKO.A88TD.FLAVORS' 3O9t HOAMEL 7

begin classes for students very soon. Royal Gelatin 4/$1 Potted Meat .; 41115CT ;PKQ.. ; .
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Price! are:& for adults and $1.50 for ,and Renee Wynn March 22. Kathy kindergarten. Stephanie Cardin, meter,
period Cynthld
were
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children. Mr, and 'Mrs. Robert Kaaey :
o Congratulations... Also included is music furnished Indiana,vtsitedviola: Lef :Grifus. ,', Tort Jersey. Jenriy Johnson and Angelina Cr wa, Sanor Avilw, Beth
by a local band Country and I- Happy 72nd WrthdayalBo March 22 Charlotte Smith, First grade, Konnart"Billy Kyle, Tahra Francis,
Best wishes to Barbara vre an Brodsky Gospel type. Proceeds from this /
r and Thomas "; f to Bessie*Malek, a former resident of Christina Broome, Julia Collins, Tim Michael McKenzie and Johnathan
March, W Rowley In Gainesville.who were. married benefit will go to. the Hampton ... .,' t'r: ,* Hampton who now lives at the Crews, Jennifer Darley, C.K. Fuqua, Woodard.. Fourth grade, Mark

' reside in Hampton. Their son, David They Volunteer Fire Dept.hospitalized. Rev. Raymond and' 'Miit tah ,,i. Whispering Pines Care. .,(Center in, Sonya Hodges, Jennifer Jones, SteveLewis 'Crawford, Josh Cruse, Jessica'
i Dixon. reentered Hampton Elemen- .. Williams celebrated their 49th :Wedding }'; Starke. ,Tracey McCullough! ,Kevin Or- Fisher, David Feezell,._Dana HaU

tary"SchooIlast week. '. Mrs.'Bertha McIntosh Is patient anniversary on"Mareb>: 4.W"''i. .Hampton Elenu .:'. '" vx ,.', ,-' ton.> Second.Laurel,grade Sanford;Jose and,,Avtles'Mark, Angela Smith. ;. .. j I

a Fish Fry Benefit... .at;, Alachua. General Hospital (,.In' 'Wish':.together them -many,more happy, :.rj years,t,},I. ; School. News r ,. '., ti Baker,Shawna Buckallew.. Eric Don* ',Price Davf Regina Padgett. William
The' ,Gainesville. \ |l' Planning Day i,Friday March 231 Is aC,' nerstag. Morgan Esty. Andy Hall Roberts and Fletcher
'1 Hampton Woman's Club la. Tammy Peeples Is also having Birthdays.. ... /; : V, ', .i t| teacher planning dayStudents, cant'|".1.Samantha Truman, Stanley Varnum, Rodgers. Fifth grade Melissa Byrd;
a fish 'at the local treatment .
fry
sponsoring at General
andT.Jr
d firehouse .Alachua : i is ;:: I enjoy. some-free time, and-do Booi4.:*!4;Frank .Williams, Kim Wilson and Wyatt Collins, Sharon Forsyth.
on Saturday. March 31.Din' Hospital.'She is in 639 A. We March Tori Herse :
room Broomeand .:. .' : *,;.Stacy Young., Third Faye Orion: Sixth grad. Alusoo Art
,{ti"4 ner will be served (rom 12 noon until hope they will be feeling. much better, ;:Cullough, Christina *|" yard A-B Honor/Rolli Those listed' ; onthd.V", Cruz*,Donald. gradel'heresy. ; chef and Cindy Davis.Bawtey .
'9 p.m. and will Include wits, hush. soon. ,Donald Roberts; March J8,: Ru .u I' ." '

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'Personals...
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Mr'. and! Mrs. Jlow Larrikin of

o I ,Knoxville, Tenn. spent two weeks

,. ,. .r .. ,... YouVe got to .play in. a to win! Jim with McCarley their best friends of Starke Mr.. ,While and Mrs.they
were here they went to St.Augustine,
Ocala<<: Silver Springs and to the dog
4r races in Orange Park.:
Marlon J.Jnda .Aitin W. Terem Correction: March 22. ,Rev;'George
Me Khan Ec1tth Chism and Pastor David Brown
Jeter Nickel ?
Danson '
WON WON WON iI WON WON'Darner .brought Hardee's, funeral.the messages at CecU

*5OOO 1OOO $100 ,*100 M..andMrs..W.H. Griffis of Seale
$100'o
Ala. spent the weekend with their'
sister, Mrs. Madeline Prevatt, niece,
of Mrs; Gall Prevatt, and sons Brian:
and Tracy Prevatt. ,and their brother

; e .., LloydMamie .
Lou Edwards of Starke
,Ntanra NIchoIe Sua 'c. L:........: "
i; VImMfUa -.qII. was a luncheon guest of her sister-in-
Pa1dns er a Shaw ) law, \Mrs, Fred Moore,,on Wednesday.
WON WON won WON I ;
$1000 I $ Friends of Mrs: Purvis Prevatt
1OOO ,,100 "100, regret to'learn' that,she Win:enter i
North Florida Regional Hospital,
'"'j'' Gainesville on Monday for surgery

Mprayers.. flonnnie Denmark of

Starke spent Sunday afternoon with
their grandmother,Mrs; Lois Carter.

._ Mrs.. Paulino DoVere/spwnt' the
U.8.D.A.''GRADE'A FRESH- Z PER BAG \ +u.e.D.A.CHOICII: WterACB ., 'weekend with her son and daughter*

1 ,LIMIT) BAG 1N 1 A .60 ORMOREFVACHASei. >, ,.... :.;.CAUf'BNL.,: $. ROAST ,',,:'i. 1 and in-law daughter, Mr..and of.Mrs.Tampa.;'Johnny DeVore. ,

5 9... U.IILD.A! HOICIUI' Dobbs of Nursing
WHOLE ,. Mr.and Mrs Mlle -
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FRYERS' :LB. <,1 CHUCK' tcsBowoiFasILLET ',,1=Yf2, : Saturday Home,to Orange be with Park their; came' son home anddaughterinlaw

U.4.D.A. CHOICE, "t\Uajx cHOkasexcajjiNTKMivvwjvMpAMcyBNLS.: e n PAoCIrAGII, $ .. Mr. and Mrs. Bill
1U.n.eA.nMp.A.PAMa.YtbfmPlt. .
FLANKEN STRIPS Dobbs;
$159' : Mr. and MI1I.'Benny-'WUkison, III
$ CHUCK e9. had a cookout for his parents,Mr.and
r ." BOAST w 'FRESH FRYER WINaSDACM ,. { Mrs. Benny Wilkism/Jr.,and for her
u.arxAj'GRADE AFRESH' olrx.FAMtt.star fuss eoMffi.B.n, parents Mr.and Mrs.Jim McCarley
THIGHS OR DRUMSTICKS- FAMILY seas!! PACKAGE \UJ$1-' of Starke, on Sunday evening. at their
CHUCK STEWINQ BiEEF
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UNDCRBLAPCCAUF.1 I" celebrated their brother's, Giles Mil.
}s P., $LICED BACON chef of Starve birthday on Friday atMr.
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and Mrs. Austin's home.
.. $188" 9{ :
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Melton of Graham
were Sunday
LEAN MEATY COUNTRY affyUB! )MLTONaWUNr 'ere.CAN .ore .. .
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dinner guests of their! parents, Mr.
I FAMILY eaZB PACKAOC, .. PACIFIC OYSTERS ., ." ti.i 1- and Mrs. Harold Eunice.
.g' 9' .. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and

PORK"RlBS FoR EXCELLENT,COOK Ours LB ,- eDOFIPERCH, : .M3! ., .Meeting Mrs.Bradford-Union Bethna at the Estes Teachers Western, attended Retirement Steer the


sf Steakhouse on Thursday jn tarke.:
Friends of Mrs.Earl Prevail regret'to
'r / r tl learn that she Is patient In North
Florida Regional Hospital
." Gainesville since: .Thursday and she
'IN THE!'SERVICE DBJ-BAKEHY. $TCRES ONLY. OLD 12os cAN l.I, CHEBSa PRCOUCT8UCEO PRIDE CHEBSB ..120' PKO'' ..plans"'to'come home .Monday. Our
prayers are with her
LEAN POUN'O. MILWAUKEE AMERICAN: Miss 'Janie Cuthel of,, Baltimore,


BOILED HAM ;:@I$239 :Qts E!!!.. a $. J' ;!, '. ': SINGLES_' 99. __ Md.Rossie visited Reddish'the grandmother motorcycle on Friday before races, Mrs., attending at

Daytona Beach on;Saturday,
lee Mr.L BPRAuMa.cN ,')If:'.' .PIIHffIN......l'IIIPNQIMnD' We are happy to report that Mrs
.ae11 oIJAHrfll staa PlEA YI Doris Barbour is still doing nicely
c. .. ." .oentRolle .. .=. _9 very
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FRESH BAKED BOOTOT5CREAM .:lUTIR! WIFt OfII ....,. ..Mr,and Mrs Alchus Hamilton and)

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ONv.LYaa c". '. u$11; ." Mr, and Mrs Joey Starling and

4.3oz r'!' .. ,, daughter Ashley' of ,Concord, N.C
HALl'POUNQ. ULTR' .. .. ., ,, "')'" Mrs.'Ola
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.I. Lead in District 8 PlayBradford

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W High basebaUers may The Tornadoes score their other run
r C n N? in the' third inning on singles by
have only won three games, but those
three games have put the Tornadoesin Fender, Wagner and Wood with

the lead of District 8, Class 2A play. Wood getting the RBI.Bradford .

The Tornadoes with a 3-7 regular .
6 Baker 2
season mark, are a perfect 3-0 in the
rivals The Wildcats scored 2 runs 'in the
--- district. Bradford beat tough
r--r.-- first Inning and three in the second to
Keystone Heights and Clay High in
take an early lead to assure the win.Bradford's .
< In-
two 1.0 games, then, edged .
Sampson Lake Gets First Hydrilla Spraying.... terlachen 4-1 last Wednesday., third and fifth two Innings runs, came in the
BHS lost two more non-district
Using a new relatively new herbicide, the Suwannee River Water Manage- for controlling the plant, according to' Department of Natural Resources games to Baker 8-2 Friday then Mid- BHS tallied six hits with Wood

ment District has completed the first spraying at Sampson Lake In hopes of Biologist Joe Illnkle. ,. .spy.1-, ,,' *, ,,s.JC< controlling the hydrllla population. ', Ilinkle said that 40 percent of the lake is taken up with the quick growing Tonight the Tornadoes face another' perfect 2-for-2. Francis, Fender
The $100,000 spraying project Is funded by the Army Corps of Engineers, weed. It Is estimated that the weed took hold In Sampson "Lake around four district contest with Hawthorne at Chaff and Mike Chappell all added
and the Florida Department of Natural Resouces. '. 'i.- ..,J' years ago. V; 'ilWi\( ,'I"$\)' < "'"'iVKT';; ; ,ti home, beginning at 7 p.m.. EllS will another hit apiece. Fender's hit was a

The new herbicide, known as "Sonar", Is used in spray, for the top of the Ilinkle predicted that around 800 acres of the 2,200 acre' lake Is Inhabited by host Ocala Vanguard Tuesday night homer to right center and' Chappell'swas

water, and pellets for the bottom of the lake.A hydrilla. The program pin pointed about 200 acres where the weed was beginning at 7 p.m.. Vanguard beat a double.
feature of the herbicide is the fact that it does not kill off the plant Im- thickest and where access to the lake has been Inhibited.' the Tornadoes in the season opener
mediately, but does It slowly. This lessens the, possibility of fish sufferingfrom Fishing was Interupted bythe spraying: for seven days. The fishing band, 6-2. Bradford Middleburg 9
a lack of oxygen. was lifted March 21. *,CV: 1 !f I '. A two run homer by Andy Chaff in
When the plant takes more than 30 percent of the lake area a lack of oxygen 20 percent of the funds were held back by the DNR'In case future spray or Interlachen 1 the top of the first inning was not

occurs. This along with the access problems, are the biggest reasons pellets are needed for further controL, : ._. ,' ,. .. Senior righthander Jimmy Shocn- enough to thwart a tough Bronco

'S ti :.. ;;", '.' ing marked up his first pitching win team in Tuesday night's game.
t' ,;' ..afflr3s' '. '. during the Interlachen game.Shoen- "We hit the ball better than we have

,: I ing gave up eight hits while strikingout all year," commented BHS baseball
,> ,,, ';\'riii' ( '1 seven batters. Coach Mike Hartley. ''"We had a
... ., i season high of nine hits and six runs.
',1,' Bradford picked up seven hits with That's how bad things have been."

i : ,, senior' Richie Fender and freshmanHal Chaff led the :Tornadoes in hitting
t. l fStroners'i; Wood leading the Tornadoes in with a perfect 3-for-3 including the
Sports Briefs[ :> : Strawberry = batting. Both hit 2-of-3. Shoening, two run homer and four RBI's while
John David Francis and Robert Scoring two runs. Other leading hit-
Carver made the other three hits for ters were Francis 2-of-3 with a double

: BHS. and three runs, Wood l-of-3. Chappell.
: The Tornadoes secured the game in l-of-4, and Fender 2-of-3.

Volunteers Needed by Rec. :Dept..,.:. ; To Host! April 7 Rim the first inning with three runs. "If our hitting becomes consistent:
Carver and Tony Diggs led off with and we stop giving away four and five
Volunteers are need by the Starke Recreation Department for the : :
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nr 1 walks.Then a Francis hit was erroredby runs a game, we can turn things
Strawberry Stroll five and mile There will be meeting about the ;
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one runs. a
._ .. ... the Ram pitcher. and that. loaded, around. The second half of our
run Thursday March 29 at the Pratt St. Center. The meeting wilUlact at 8 Recreation Old
." Along with the Bradford County? Department a nr- the bases. schedule is not quite as tough as.the
p.m.. ', Fair another event will', be taking; : mory facility. Richie Fender then singled on the first half was," says Hartley."I .

place during the week. J< first pitch to drive in Carver. Then am'confident we can still end up
All entrants will receive a quality left and scored the as a good, team '' noted
Score Keepers Needed... '" \? i Shoening singled to year '
T-shirt designed for the race.
Strawberry :
and
Saturday, April 7; the .1; Diggs
Anyone Interest in keeping score for city baseball-eoftball games. should Strollers Running Club will be hosttheir 5 Francis.'i' ,: .
contact the Starke Recreation Department. first annual five mile run inf'' Over-all male and female winnersin .
Experience is notneeded. The Rec, Dept. will sponsor a clinic for scorekeepers Starke. j 4' the five mile races will be award

ed. First, second and third place Girl's' Tennis Team MailUo ?
at' t awards will be given out in the folio-
The race is to begin and finished 1 "'" I
weing age divisions; 10 and under, j \_ > \$. >.$r
the intersection of Walnut and'E.
Softball, T-Ball, Registration.... Call St. Their will be 'parking 11-14, 15.18,19.24: ?, 25-29, 30-341 35-39, i.

Softball and T.ball registration begins March 19 and ends May 18. facilities behind the,Florida Bank :. 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, and 60 and over. First Win Tuesday 1
Awards will be given in both men's .
Age determining date is June 11 1984. T-ball small 6-8 - -- -
ages are 4-6. fry divisions. ... ----.I
and women's ,
and Jr. Softball ages 912. There will also be a one-mile"Fun'Run" ....
Sign up at the Old Armory on US-301 during regular working hours and at starting at 8:30 am. then, the t Santa Fe tell victim to' Bradford boys team. ';
the Pratt St. Center at 3 p.m.. five miler at 9 a.m.. | The race is being held in conJunction High's girls tennis team Tuesday Baker proved to' be tough for r the
with the Bradford County Fair afternoon, as the Lady Tornadoes ,
girls and boys teams. The girls lost 5-2
five W A The award ceremony' will be held marked up' their first win- of the .
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-_ Registration fee for.Ute mil :and the boys lost 7-Oi: ; '
Score Keeping Open... > ', run will be $5 and 'lIar' the fun run}' $ around 10:30 at the Florida Bank season. Kelli 'Carver was the'only singles

Anyone interested in ,being a score keeper for the StarkaRecreation Late registration,wlll'ba$6, ,,*'r"'" j parking lot,, ,'I,_,. ,_ v,l "S'" ,,,,:: ..>? ?Both the girls and boys lost to Baker winner' for''' the girls,I 'takMg' that

Department should call 804-07112. ClirtcS' ,wirfb* setup for thofieWirfttdMof anfiUCm|
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Teegraphs'Chub.Sport'Center oay
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1 Sapp their doubles-match M,,,
know how to score. i ,
keep and for the
.' and the BCH Fitness Cente pout sent to the Recreation Winning singles "players This was the first time that Sapp had

and can be turned in to the Starke!* Department.... .. girls team in the Santa Fe match competed in doubles. ,,, I.
Exercise and Aerobic Classes Start.... ,\ ......V," :'".,. "" were .Keltt Carver, 9-8.. ,5-2\\'Melanie. Losses for the girls were Foster 8-2. ',:
Wood 8-5, Donna Parado 8-1 and 8.2'ant
r Wood 8-3, Parado 8-5, Ross );.'
Exercise and Aeorbic. dance classes will start March 20' 'for men and ,.. ''t:, -... '.. .'. Maria Thomas 83. Bradford's Amy Leitheiser 81. This was the first ",
women. number one girl Cheryl Foster lost match for Leitheiser "d') '
.......a.a.uaeoat. 1st Annual. Strawberry Stroll.. T Z2 S2o" ; [
Advance classes will start at 5:30: and beginners at 6:30: p.m.. her match to Shannon Carlson. "This was a real tough match and' 'k
Fee win be $8 for 10 weeks. ISSSZ* *. & Fu'Run ir\ "?."" n .M rfnd.w Wood and Foster won their doubles we did show'signs of Improvement>,

April f,. 19848t30 match 61."How said M Grllf. Earlier in the season f
..m. < Fun Run ,r9KM. a.m. 3 Mile sweet it is. to win," com- Baker beat BHS 6-1. 4,
Local Girl Qualifies in State Gymnastics.. I '.' T9111RTSIZI' : '.,,1 "'''I< mented BUS Tennis Coach Jerry .The boy's team scoreswere Johns ",

Stephanie O'Steen, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Gary O'Steen of Starke. com- ADULT: 0 am, b med 1Y MYyYY Oats rw1.LYr.4Y; CHILDt, : ,...s.t am C toed 0.IYwYMLYrrW.YYIMn J McGriff. "We are looking much bet. 8-0,, Sanders 8-1, Levasset,8.2.prew.;

Lauderdale ===-:.'=::.::_WrYlrYir..IWMWr.M/.r..rW._ ._ .__ .. MaYwL1-Nie Yw/MMr W1 ,. .: net." Davis 8-1 Braswell 8-3: and Paul-
peted in the State Gymnastics Championships held in Fort last -- -- i ,
... .. .... ... .. santa'Fe '
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i- Bawek 'Doubles'
8-4.
were
weenend. scores
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I" 1'th I h' was adifferent story The Raiders ''Johns and Sanders 8-1 Levasser and>
In order to qualify for regional it was essential to receive at least a score N.me / n ;
of 68.00 at this meet. "< ', :', ,Addre .. r' 'ICityIStM.JZlp '. dominated the meet 70. Davis 8-6, and Braswell and BaweO __.,
Stephanie had an all around score of 70.40 which also placed her 10th at the .' Phone. Singles losses were Kevin Johns IHf 8-4.: W* 7, .

state meet in the 12-14 year old age group. Sex ',,Agetonnndayl( 1\4\ BIreDate Lex Sanders 8-2, George Laevasser This was Levasser's first singles'

She also placed fourth on the balance beam. Stephanie will now go on to the Runn.r'sNo.-.: ''.8-3, Drew Davis 8-2, 'and Rick match. :-.i;'
Levasser and Johns lost
regional meet to be held in Memphis, Tenn. on April 20-21: Regionals consistof I wlU participate In: M5rnll U Pun Run j, I. .Braswell 82. Friday the girls take on'Oak Hall at
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the top class 1 girls in eight eastern states. '" "', -;.-- ,:::t'_. Slgn.l.irPsrait's- ,... __ .,'-,... .-_ Dnw .. ,, ;' ,t,' 'their doubles match 6-1 and Sanders 3p.m.ma Starke".then 'Tuesday the.
Slgrutim 1 If under. y.*rs _._ _____ ""' v .j" and Braswell lost 8-2. boys,teams will travel to .
\ "We are still not quite there..Jackof Green Cove Springs take on Clay'.
,. .1.; ,w' experience,"- says McGriff of the
r' :" -' ,. : High at 3:30: p.m.. i',,,. ,"
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property as set forth in ( ';V, |: (; : 'FOR BRADFORD dory of Stote Road 200-B;:' ( DATED this Bit day of Clark of Ih:above Courta REPRESENTATIVE: ; (JES-- Section -28, Township: ,
. Legal Notices the Final Judgement" to- COUNTY, FLORIDA thence WLrun-. South March A.D., 1984. '
written: statement' of SENT, MOODY a South, Rang.'.,22:; East,
wit. : SASE NUMBER J : '85'48'tWesfalong the : .GILBERt s.BROWN
claim or' demand SAIZMAN ,
any ; By. Anthony ,Bradford : County
A parcel of land lyingin ,; ;' ;83:444CAEMPIRE Norrh.rI lba\lf\dary o6,I "; 1t'7 Clerk of the they may, '!taw., loch J. Sal.man: :. Esquire. 403- Florida. '. '" ,
NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICEA the NW/4 of Section 3, -- Slot. Read ;;;200-B a Circuit Court claim must, b* In ,wrl'.ngand West Georgia Street, at public: outcry to the
OF APPLICATION'On Township 7 South Range OF" AMERICA ,distant of 286.81 feet to BY: Marian McRae mutt Indicate the P.O. Box 1054 :.Starke, highest and best bidderfor'cash'at '
will be h.ld 22 East, Bradford County the point\;'cf beginning.' Deputy Clerk ,, Florida
meeting FSA.i a, corporation existing baa It of th -claim, the 320911| (9041 th.'hour:: of
3/2/1984, CONG. Thursday, March 29, Florida; said parcel under the laws of This landjylng and beln"gin 3/1521ch9 3/22 name and address of ,th* 96472623728327.' 12:00 o'clock Noon on'',
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JEHOVAH WITNESS P.O. 1984, 7:30 p.m. at Hampton 'being more particularly' the United States Plain- the W'.4'of, the creditor or "hts'agent: or YI5: 2tha 3/22,, April '''ID, ', l!M.iaJLJh: ..'
Box 878 Stork, Fl Hall described as followsComments :" .1 ,NW'/4 oft' 'Section 33 and _
City Hampton 4'n\tiff;; attorney; the front door entrance of.
32091, mod application ''Florida for the Annual at the NW r...VS- TownshipSSouth, Range IN THE CIRCUIT amount claimed. If the UNITED STATES the Bradford County
for water us* permit election: of Trustees for corner of said Section 3 SAMMIE McCUTCHEN.JR. 22 East Bradford Count COURT OF FLORIDA, claim It not yet due 'the DISTRICT COURT' Courthouse, ,of ''StarkeFlorida. /

2-84-00141 far art Santa F. C.m.t.ry near and run South 0 degrees'and ., and VELMA LEE Mc .ty, Florida-,'Said property: EIGHTH JUDICIAL data when Ir wilt become s., MIDDLE DISTRICT' '.' ;,' ,,' ','.>, .
average dally Hampton Lake 41 mlmutes East.; CUTCHEN; his wife, also des ribed'as\ per CIRCUIT IN AND due c shall be stated If OF FLORIDA Dated: (February J2
withdrawal of 0.0016 Mark your calendar and along the Westerly boundary GERALD W. MEYERS and survey of Patrick ,B.,. FOR BRADFORD the claim la contingent: or JACKSONVILLE DIVISION J984.., ... /*
million gallons per day plan to attend. thereof 539.29ft .SHIRLEY M. MEYERS his Welch Roistered' Land COUNT', FLORIDA unliquidated, th. nature' Court No Richard L. CoxJr7
from ground waters1 3/22 2tchg 3/29 "to the'Easterly boundary' wife and GENERAL Surveyor //ia7t4| ; a* of the 'uncertainty'shallbe ,,82-79o-CvJ-JHM.! United States
located In Section 18, ; of the right of way of BUILDERS INC. OF follows:,Beginning; at the :; IN RE: Haled. If the.elalm'ls "Middle Mortal
Township 07 South, IN THE CIRCUIT Stat.- Road 100; thence GAINESVILLE, a Florida IntsrseclltWj Of; th. Nor" OF EDNA secured, 'the security UNlt STATES DistrictOf

Rang. 22 East Bradford COURT OF FLORIDA South 25 degrees. 49 ..CorporationDif.n- therly boundary of the JEANETTE THOMAS shall be described The OF AMERICA, Dorothea Beone! .',Florida
County Florida, for EIGHTH JUDICIAL 'minutes and 30 seconds dants.. right of w rtif :StateRoad .Deceased claimant shall, .deliver Plaintiff Assistant United
wat.r utility u.... CIRCUIT; IN AND FOR East along said Easterly' 200-e( '\wlth the' .'< NOTICE sufficient copier of the ',VS 4 ,Slate Marshal1

Written objections or BRADFORD COUNTY, boundary 94.67 feet tall NOTICE OF SAlE Easterly' boundary of the OF ADMINISTRATIONTO claim ,lo' /the ,Clerk .to' JOHN RAMSEY and Attorney forPlaintiff
comments on this application CIVIL ACTION Iron stake for point of rlgh of .jijfoyV-OT Slate' enable the Clerkto mall SHERRY O RAMSEY. his -
may be filed CASE,NO: fiti427 beginning. Notice Is hereby given Rood 200 for a- point ofQInl':1at't' ALL: PERSONS HAV- one copy to each Personal ''wit-; STARKE; BUIIO" !**. 3roi'irak 3123y kes.
with the Governing \\ From point of boglnn- that pursucmf_ 7c Tlnor : 'Ifi9n! 5 dun ING CLAIMS ORDEMANDS Representative. SUPPLIES, INC., a :
Board of the Suwonnee FORTUNE FEDERAL'SAVINGS Ing thus described, con- '"Judgement. North '3."0W50af East AGAINST THE All Persons ''InterestedIn dissolved corporation!' '
River Water Management AND LOAN tlnue South 25 .degr_. Foreclosure of .along said tosf..ry bc:u"'.' ESTATE AND All the Estate Jo whom a' STUMPS, : DEPARTMENT ,
District/ Route 3, ASSOCIATION formerly 49 minutes, and 30 Number entered inCase dory tf dlet Box 6-),' Live Oak. FL GUARANTY FEDERAL seconds East, along sold the Circuit 83.CAIn Coat of feel, to a tdftctflf monui t't IN TH ..ESTATEJ ministration,1! .hoe ,beery, "COUNT: COMPANY* '
32060. until 4/16/1984. SAVINGS AND LOAN Easterly boundary, 120.9. march 8 ment; .thence:run North, YOU ARE HEREBY' mailed'are, 'Required,. .HAYNES ENTERPRISES '\
Florida
,, 1984. I Iwill :
itchg 3/22 feet to an Iran stoke 88 WITHIN -
ASSOCIATION OF ; -' sell the .3'S2" fast Distance that' the ad THREE MONTHS INC; d/b/a CAPTAIN'' !
GAINESVILLE. plaintiff.VS thence: North 71 Situated In Bradford properly of 223 feet thence 'rlI'Io.'h .tral Ion of the Estate' FROM THE! DATE Of THE \CLEAN;; 'GUlf LIFE' INSURANCE ,, I

-- degrees\ 40 minutes! and! County Florida described !!' S+' !9 ,...9.. 'EDNA JEANETTE; !!/IRST- PUBLICATION.Or... COMPANY! I -- -
BETTYE ELIZABETH 30 seconds at,206 feet os:;, \ distance' of 6If;''''' to the ,, ,Dee.ed. I Is THIS NOTICE to file anyobl.cllons STARKE PRINT SHOP; I t:
NOTICE! .OEHLER Individually te an- Iron stoker thence ''Beginning I at the Irv.I Northerly boundary of i in ,the 'Circuit ,they may' 'Ofd ', GERTRUDE. ,
OF INTENTION and BETTY ELIZABETH o25!' degrees10 ,, tersectlon of the Nor sold Slot' Rood; 200-B;, : for Bradford Court hove that challenges the, 'ROSEMANN,, Dejen.dant j tY
TO REGISTER OEHLER as Personal'' minutes ond 3O seconds therly boundary of-the 'thence ',' utrr$4Soufh Florida, Prebate DIvU .qualifications of the Per l ( -. .' n

FICTITIOUS NAME Representative of the' West 139.05_feet. t?'an right i of way of State 85.0-.50" w..ralof1g jhe :: the address ): of 'sonal Representative'' NOTICE OF SALE I Per 5aIR.nt
Estate of H.C. OEHIER, Hon stake thence South Road' 200-B with the Northerly. J,boundary, :'Of Ja Pursuant to Section. Defendants. 'M 66 degrees, 39minutesand Easterly boundary of /the Stole 'Road ',2.0-fl"':.',.:(It' o.YrJ.I!' Florida St.tut.s.notice '
863.09. 30, second Went, 'right of! way of U.S. distance' c2i.8>t\feet;to The Persona;; ALL CLAIMS d\J.m.nr' entered
NOTICE OF SALE ; \ onJanuaiy
Is hereby giventhat BYCLERKf4OTICE -206 feet 'to, point' of Highway 301 (tol.o the Point, q{ Beginning.1, ,H '.".' of the P EMAND3,' ANO QB.It-C.' 19, 1984 by the. '
undersigned, '
the
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Jerri. Box.I.5811 Rlchard.on.'P.O. Metres, I is HEREBY; !,, <,. .'"DATEDhis 8th. day of, and formerly known 00' following .*"P' \1 pro ,,. .whose. eujJ .Will, ,BE!\ fOREV-R.BAR, the 0".tvled cowa.,. ,
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doh GIVEN.'that to' March c : 1984., State ROCK) 13))for a pointof perty: Pange'at.CounfeTop 309 Rto. : ., 'the '((ncW signed,Untied
Fl 32664 sole owner under'the.firm Final' :'Judgement'pursuant ," GILBERTS.. BROWN, beginning; run trunce, ,,Unlrf, *.fri*>' iiorf .... _,Florida; /32WJ-, Dote .of thy ''(trsr .States Marshal or any lfil
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Ing business ,
,CI.II. North 3109'50 r end carpet.4nbetitoxns.'at name and adores! of 'pubIlcotionof this No'IIC1I. "
Foreclosure entered 'In.V' ; East I" duly); authorised,1' ;
name! P.OLlqx of BEAUTIFUL.IMAGES4 ;'SejiMelrose this case, doled March 84.' 'L. ,By': BeulohM.; '" Moody ,along ,the\,old'ed""oj" publf: .....'
>L Intends '1984, that <.will sell taK] ; ': : .' DepuC1erk' :boundary"! '0'"- 'U.S. highest and bavf. buWef-u' '; 'Attorney. "'* ,are:4 ',"set* > t984t: (t';,, '' >1::> it, property elltMM in8 rarfs
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itt.dr't: ; 3/1521chg3'fl Highway for cash Of'th' do*' ,ofthsONkaMtlre below: *? : .
said fit ,the highest and best bid'K'der / '. :301 0 distance DEBORAH'Ll. THtMA9 iord County, ,PlorWadescrrtrt ,"
to register 1 oW'the Altperson's having '. i '
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for of,9.0/'t I, a con- ,0; v CIA personal'Representative .
In the lobby 'j -
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,tltlou* -name under, the' ,of. the Bradford County* .:.;i;.... ,' ; ,]cret. nwriument; lhencei ,' Circuit: Court; ,'at the' : ;or .demonds; \, '.. t of >,!,. lots 2 end 4, Btoth 38V
aforesaid statute. 1U\ I' ..Cow/--/' ); .' the tstote are re>i.q;- "
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A.D. 1994 "In 'Florida, at II O.m. !! .' ; ... .OM.'f: THE ,
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Pair in Week's Action ,',

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Alter 1 H'' ,1 l .,+ r ,1
losing
in a 5-5
tough Class SA Buchholz weaker to BBS had a chance In the seventh inning
Bradford Girls Softball Thursday, to win the Buchholz game,but an ,
whelmed District team over- outfielder for the Bobcats caught a :
8,2A foe Clay High Iv l i'i
short ridr
10-4 Tuesday pop up to out the Tornadoes with \'
night in
Starke.
the bases loaded. obi,
The week's &
play puts the Lady Tor-
The Lady Bobcats took a 4-1 lead by
nadoes at 7-4 in
regular season play, the end of the third Inning, then push
while
putting them at a perfect 2-0 i In ed the lead P.
district play.Mashelle to 6-1 by the end.of the
,
fourth. '
Brown led Bradford In hit. After a scoreless fifth, inning, the
ting during the Lk
lick Clay High game, get.tlng Lady Tornadoes rolled in three ruM n w
a 3-of-4 while
Hall on Vonda Kay in the sixth to pull the game to within
added
another win to her list as two In. \k
pitcher, Hall has pitched for the Lady BHS runs, 64. seventh inning play,
Tornadoes scored one run before being ka'
during all regular season' outed to close the gap to try by the end
games. ,
of the
The! Blue Devils jumped in front 1-0 game. a
Valerie Hamm hit 3-of-3'
7dr
in the first inning of play, then rolled perfect ; ;r
during the while Cummings hit2of4 ,
in three runs in the of game :
top the third In
to lead
ning. In the bottom of the,third, BHS hitting. the.Lady. Tornadoes in F Ws m1f1

run scored, 4.1.Then.three runs.to' pull within one. The third game of a triple header,
that would have
pitted the Tornadoes
; in the fourth BUS
scored a
against Santa Fe was postponed due
run to tie the game 4-4. In the bottomof to rain.
the fifth inning, BUS put the game \ ', wc
Tonight, if weather permits, BHS
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away scoring six straight runs to take ,
final will take on Santa Fe as part of a dou-
the score lead, 10-4,
ble header to,make for the
up game
Two other leading hitters Brad-
for
Tuesday At 4 p.m. the Lady Tornadoes -
ford were Myra Cummings and
Kay
wil take On the Interlachen
Allen with 2-of-3 for the game. Rams, then at 5:30: Santa Fe.

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1984 Girl's Softball Team...' .

s. Pictured<<: above Is the 1984 Bradford High'Girl's Softball'r am. Sherrie Green.Lisa Blackshear,Tashla Llndsey,.and Marla Reddish.Third
They are from left-to-rlght IrontRow- Valerie tlamm Cindy Parade, RowVonda Kay Hall, Michelle Harrell, Theresa Felton, Mashell Brown,
Tammy Lynn.Tart Marchant,and Ll ha Long,Second Row-Kelly; Jackson. ,, Pam" Sams and,Myra Cummings.Not shown Is Kay Allen.



GOLD KIST

Umpire Meeting Set....

Anyone Interested in umpiring for
the city Softball and., baseball
leagues should attend a special'' FOR .
meeting March 26 at 7 p.m. YOUR
Anyone Interested that cannot at'tend
the meeting should contact the
9 Starke Recreation Department goby
the Old National. Guard Armory. WNS&: GARDENS ,
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Volunteers NeededBy

Rec. Dept.,.
Volunteers are need by the Starke Dr Specials !
Recreation Department for the T

Strawberry runs. There Stroll will be five a meeting and one about stile 57 This,'week only March 22-28, 1984

the run Thursday, March 29 at the
Pratt St. Center:The meeting.will ORTHO
PARKER
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Out,at Fl'r' $... wo ..,.
Pradforrt IHgH iidhbhlli*Ka$AHBrt'imtches' high pang to put BiwhW*, ", ,'-'fi--, '.. I I ... .' -srl .'
runner'out at first. BUS lost the squeaker ft-5 to the Bobcats, ',", PARKER and evergreen a.

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I Konbrs were given to Bradford Bradford Athletics number one, were a. follows:
Hfffl athletes that participated in because I think you young athletes Girls volleyball: Lieu Long, Most\
tentto fall and winter sports atdWI are number one,' commented Shan Improved. Patricia Slocum, Most
? ttird annual All-Sports banquet Outstanding. '
}. Thursday night, March 15. non.Veteran varsity basketball Coach Girls basketball Stephanfo Cub
Along with the awards presentation Mike Sexton introduced the 10 hedge, Most Outstanding 9th grader.
,athletes, parents, coaches and members that took Bradford to a final Jackson, Most Improved.
frleijds,:feasted on a -B-q chicken 11-14 season record. The squad was Mara Reddish and Vonda Kay Hall,
.dinnefi; introduced by Coach John Slater. Most Valuable.
More than 8Q athletes and 16 Inez Diggs introduced her g rl'a Boys' Cr : Eddie Ten-
', 'cheerleaders were introduced and volleyball team, which ended the nant, Most Improve Paul McKInney *
honored at the banquet. season with a 12-5 record. Gayle Lee Most Valuable
After the awards presentation, All presented the 8-12 girl's basketball Girls Cross Country: Carol FusBell+ ;
Sports Club President Bob Shannon team. Most Improved. Cheryl Bogle Moat
J noted that he to retire from Cross 'Country and Track Coach Valuable. ,

.. r r, the post and walHolng maybe some George Loper made the presentations Varsity Basketball: Sam Norma
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j!, I ,,, WI new,blood the organization for the cross country team and Jim Sportsmanship Award. John' David
:'l- my Prevatt introduced the 24 Francis, Most As lst. Herbie Cooper,
I II ..' "I've' .done my best to .help make. !_ member weighllifUng squad. Leading Rebounder. Daren Chandler,

,;, 'I' ,II Bradford wrestlers in a rebuilding Outstanding Player.
, t -, 1r I ,v'' ,' : 7 year were introduced by Ezra Sim- Wrestling Tony Williams> Take
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:, t. \ "' ;:;" r :th munity and school interested in Brad Most Falls Award. Brad Green, Tim-
1''r N ,{' I'I'I .' .:' : '. ford Wrestling, and I think[ we came a my Nugent Tony Williams. Ted

1 I 7 .w.. t u.._ f' .,', 1 II ," :f ;;S' long way in doing so," said Simpkins. Breese and Dennis Cummlngs,
I, '". "'l';'I1 Presentation of the JV and varsity Wrestler of the Week Awards.
.:, Girls Basketball...., ':t ''rbasketball ,. .. F \""" "/',If:,.' cheerleading uads was made by Weightliftlng Robert Gorman
| geason They and rro fMo.rlght Kelly i'if: ," !'" varsity sponsor Donna Samons. Outstanding Lift of the Year.
Pictured above are the lour lady Athletes that recelv- Jackson ''Vonda Kay Hall', Maria'L,Reddish and : 'Ii., ii'\j,.. .... All seniors were presented with Note was also made at the banquet
ed awafds for their performance) during! the 1984-83 Stephanie Cubbedge. > ', .,: r ", ,II,.: awards along with the rest, of the'' that a new member meeting for the
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;i' At left Lucy KHngersmlth peers through a shelf loaded with Items for sale

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u by the Women's Club of Starke last weekend at.the silver, old clocks, antique jewelry fine linens and laces, show were: The Carlislesr:O'Steen/Patrlck Patillo., (

Bradford County Fairgrounds. crystal tinware, pressed and cut,glass, furniture toys, Antiques, and Second .Time Around, Starke Barrdan's .
r" The event was a big hit this time around as it was .last bronzes and figurines. Antiques, Medford, Pennslyvania; Bea's Antiques and
year when visitors came from all over Florida and south While the antiques and collectibles were the main attractions Carolyn's Antiques and Jack's Old Clocks, Pomona ,r"j'

P Georgia to see a variety of interesting items on display. at the show, home-cooked\ meals were served as Florida. "','," : ,;\' .
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Fuquo't Representative to Visit,.. A representative of Can.I Aerobic Classes ,will be offered from 5.6 p.m. Mondays. ,. 1 ":, Tit" I.,,':t 1.:\'': $. ,l". .
I greHmon Don Fuqua will be In th*, following Brodford-Union Wednesday and Fridays beginning Jan. through March 9: i"i

town for conference Wednesday. ;, Classes are sponsored by the Bradford Hospital Center for ::1. :
Lute 9 to 9:30 a.m.; lake Butler from 10 to 11] a.m.; Health1 and Fitness. Classes are free to comprehensive i Flans Big Open House Festiviti sy ;
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Raiford from 11:30: a.m. to. 12 noon; Lowley from 1 p.m.;. to members and $2 per class or $40 for the eight week session .
1:30: p.m.t: and at Stark from 2 to 3 p.m.. for everyone els*. Call 964.4210 to register +
All visits will be at the local post office except in Storke,
where the meeting will be held in the county( commissionroom Aerobics Classes are being offered lake Butler on Monday ; ByMarkFriedlin Those attending the Open House and fencing. Other work.projects Include -
of th. courthouse. r and Thursday afternoons at 4:30: p.m. In room 126 at BCT Staff Writer will have the opportunity to see the packaging plastic:!. silverware,
Constituents art Invited to ask questions or discuss their Union County High School. Also In Stark. on Tuesday at 2 ,;!t March is' National Retardation many benefits the program providesfor sorting GE battery parts, and hor
concern with Fuquo's staff member at this time. p.m. at St. Marks Episcopal Church. Call 964.5078 for Infor-' Month{, observed in all areas of the the handicapped of Bradford ticulture. .
motion. 'II {country to acknowledge the' com- County Sunshine Industries, formerly The clients receive weekly pay
Appreciation Supper for Bill Grant... a free barbecue) and '. munitiy's continuing support for the Sunshine Acres, is located on state check for their.'work, enabling themto

country music show will be held at Sheriff John Whitehead's Keystone Nlghtowls... Night version of Homemakers Club' mentally handicapped citizen. road 16 west, two miles from 301, next purchase personal goods and help
: farm In Union County Saturday, March 24, for Sen. Bill Grant. meets second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at First ,$C: Bradford Association for Retarded to Olin's Trailer Park. For more. Information .- ing them to be more self-sufficient.
and Citizens will be celebrating a new call 9647699. In addition to Job training, those attending -
Country:; music, logger square dancing will be featuredfor Baptist Church In Keystone. ;, :- t
entertainment.. ? ,4 I workshop addition to its Sunshine Infdus Those attending the open house will { the program' recew training

+ ''The public I I' !Invited County Road C.237 southeast of Lake North Florida Classical Guitar Society resumes Its monthly tries Sheltered Workshop ,by intuiting 'get an opportunity to observe the Sun' in academics, daily living skills and'
/..But.r.,1/ : meetings Wednesday at St. Patrick' School In Golnesvlllel: | the public to an Open House on shine Industries Workshop, a pro- :socialization. .The center''also' provides -

.. t r 1 The society Is dedicated to the performance and playing of I Friday, March 30 between 10 a.m"art, :gram of the Bradford Association for varied recreational oppor t
Sunshine Industries Open House... will be .held Friday, classical guitar work.. Three concert, ore planned for ,the ,3p.m. Retarded Citizens.The, workshop Is a. tunitlea for the clients.'
March 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. -' ; 1983-84 season. All guitarist are welcome at the meeting; .j The pulse encouraged to attend ,work-oriented training program serv-', 'Bob Larimer, the executive director
The public I Is encouraged to attend the festivities which Include the festivities which include tours ,of ing 42 developmentally disabledadults : of Bradford ARC would like to see''the

tour of the facilities slideshow, meeting community Keystone Height Boy Scout Troop 105 meets at K.yston. the facilities, slideshows 'meeting in Bradford County; whole community: come out on
(coders, door prizes every 30 minute, and a free chicken United Methodist Church each Tuesday night from 730.9; 'community leaders, door prizes everf The clients attending this program Friday, March 30, for a free chicken
dinner with refreshments. .-*, > p.m. ,f 30 minutes, and a free chicken dinner ,receive vocational training to develop 'dinner, and tour of one 'of the finest
.1- .. ''I''J ,- -' with refreshments. job skills. currently the workshop is programs of its kind in north-central
Co-op Day.;. rarents please support the PFA.- bring bak- Stark Boy Scout Troop'70 meets from 7. 8:30: p.m..och ;:.', In addition to the 'above,, articles involved In various' carpentry con lorida. Bring1 friend with you. It
ed goods to the elementary school by 9 a.m. or to the PFA Tuesday in the scoot hut behind the tennis courts on Pratt made by workshop clients will be. ;; on tracts including.pallet production promises to be' an' enlightening. ex'
,'. Bake Booth at the Co-op. Street In Starke. ;t,display for sale to the public. mobile home skirting, survey stakes perience. ". ,

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will be h.ld In Lake Butler MOnday, March 26 at 7 p.m. in p.m. and we can put It In the Calendar' Local events, church ) n
the) Vo-ag building In Union School. The t Mef rose Th frer Gm-pp' Q.ts
County High programIs gatherings, special speakers or new group organizing will e$ ,
I open to children and adults'. Contact County Agent Logan b* Included on request. We .must ask that you keep them! as
Fink Ot 4962321. concise as possible. .

Circus. _ls coming to Rolf or J March 28 beginning at 5:30: Another Play by Gilbeij< and Siillivaii -
r p.fiw at. th Raiford Community Center/ Advance ticket, the r'Stole Museum... >''
children $: .$o, adults $4. Ticket at the gate -f children$4.50 The Gainesville museum features a Florida ce/' five .,. f. s

,S adult $5B ". Florida ecosystem, the Hall of Florida History and a Mayan, : '7'Gilbert and ,Sullivan'sThe, /. to North Central Florida.'There: was' eessiveweekendsr'April; ''S:7 and"April j' !

't. : ;} ,- -" ra Palace and Object Gallery Hours 9-5'' weekday and .Satur- Yeomen:; of the Guard", with its grand "The Mikado' in 1979, "'H.M.S.'Plnatore' J.2..141.'AU] performances start at
A w.lthtwatchor Club.. I I. being held in Stark on Mon days. Tuesday open till 9 p.m., -5p.m.. Sundays and. music j and hilarious comedy,' Is com- in 1980"The Pirates of 8:IS p.m. and are located in the Trini
day nights al 6:30: p.m. Call Peggy Register at 1.264.4155 forMormOtionr' holiday located on the earner of Newell Drive" and" Museum ).big to Melrose on Thursday, April 5.. "' ,Penza ce" in 1981, "lolanthe"In 1962, House in Melrose The,
Road at the University of Florida campus. "Patience in 1963. and now"'''1'11e',' House l
.. ,; .. ; 1 Melrose Music Theatre proudly an- is on State Road X, one-tenth
I ,, AHippodrome f .. Bounces: the opening of another thrill-1' Yeomen .of the. Guard''. In 1981, mile west of the intersection of State
Rotary Rural-Urban Dey... The Stark Rotary c'I. b'.. 'log season of live, professionally Pirates* not only appeared in ,Road 26 and State Road 21 in Melrose
film Club feature, a variety of film of 0 contemporary rvral-urban chicken dinner, to b* held Wednesday April. 4, ,"performed musical'theatre at a low :Melrose,but also invaded the Thomas* AH tickets are 96 for/Friday and
,' nature each Friday and Saturday night at, the Hippodrome will mark the. beginning of the 34th Annual Bradford County, i,price in the unique atmosphere\of the. ) Center 'in Gainesville to audiences of. Saturday performances, and & for.
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; 25 SE 2nd Ploc I In Gainesville. Fair. Trinity Parish House in Melrose almost 1,500 people. 'MMT has per Thursday performances and are
Rotary members will begin serving dinner! at It US a.m.. 1 "The Yeomen of the Guard" formed the Melrose Madrigal Dinners'I' 'available"" through 'Florida Arts''
Judo, Classes will b* held Monday arid Thursday nights In, Ticket are $3 and may be purchased.from any Rotary Club .' Gilbert and Sullivan's crown Jewel 01. since! 1074 and: has also produced ':iCetebration/GAinMvilie or by writing

th* Keystone Height. High School cafeteria. Junior classes", member of at the Former'*.Market. ..?, a t*'? ;:, Comic opera. is a tale'of mistaken Broadway Revlewwsfor, the-fast three: 'to Melrose Music Theatre .PO. Box, t
will be held .from 6:30: p.m-i7:30. p.m. and senior1classes/ A take-out service will also be available end ..Igni'dlretlnfl *- ;' Identity, a jilted jester,and an execution year*., 975, Melrose.',FI33M6: or by purchase ;
; from 7130 p.s..t'e:3o:" p.m" : Co 1' 47 .3964 for more info ml-! traffIC.,!.O,the 1..thr"will b* displayed, (:,I",'.P ";t";';':;l t that never occurs,aU guwded by Por"rhe; Yeoman the Guard"- '', at Ihe following locaUoothGalneavliie. ,. /'
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j Nconc4Frts i\f.d!. yeomen in the Tower of London-.TM* Kietaen .la the choreographer.. The. 'and Blue Water': 'Bay; Keystone

::. Avrokric 'CI.< **.. sere. -birlng 'off.r.ct. Mondays 'ofc', The !"r__h_ _..... '.' .it.'J{. :'"' gem of ,musical theatre has the' ,cast Includes Phillip .Wtatey..Jackie iWab tl,.V,.1a.. Herdft; .sad Ace:,
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$ 'Wdnday of '=:30 ..m;: 4 'p."" and 7:30 p.m. and ort-'' Ii: '.Rock and Roll of the, O'Conn.ll Center Sunday March'33 t. ofI ?,;,I',. ,i sparkle of grawt opara tMtSuJlivanintended Lap David Ben on.Jimmy; N*.le,. Hardware; and Palatka. Nlge'" IIettw I
W Tu days and Thursday al 5:30: p.m.at the Keystone Heights.. to puady antf Ute uproarious Jack Jamasir:Bret .nooor'9GMata, of Music In the Palatka MalT\ '
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the state sponsored Community Day children are considered a
Care Center may be able to solve your family of one and the only income
problem. considered is the child's income The
Debra Parmenter says the capacityof adult care giver must meet one of the ,
the center Is about 40 children from eligibility requirements. p # Yi
two to five years old.Presently,there
are several openings. Foster Children:
The center is funded by the Depart These children are considered a
!, ment of Health and Rehabilitative family of one and the only income
(HRS) for children whose parents are considered is the income that the
t. financially unable to provide quality State pays for the care of the child
day care. w
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Mrs. Parmenter, who directs the At Risk Children; 1
program says cost for the service referred ?; r
These children are by
ranges from zero to $15.60 per week HRS. They have experienced abuse,
depending on the parent's ability to neglect or exploitation. These P'1

pay children are considered a family of,
In addition, parents who have more one and fees are waived.
than the income
maximum stipulatedby for
The center also has room
HRS still enroll their childrenby
can families afford to I
children who's can Ij
paying$32.50 per week. pay the full-fee of $32.50 per week. j
The state pays the difference bet meet the
These parents do not have to
ween the amount a family can pay eligibility requirements. .
and the fee of child. ..
weekly $32.50 per Mrs.Parmenter may be reached by
she said.
The Community Day Care Center calling 964-6794. Conference...,
accepts children from two to five Dr. Bill Lennon Executive Director of the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic, ,
years of age and is open from Monday meets with community agency representatives In an effort to seek out new
through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 enrollees for the day care program.

p.m.The Shown from left to right are Children's Program Counselor Elaln Lee IIRS- .... ._ .._. j
Center provides care and early AFDC Supervisor'' Mary Cummings, BUS Librarian Olivia Scott Debra < i i HWON MBBI
learning skills to children. Parmenter Day Care Center Director,Concerned Citizens president Elizabeth FLORIDA
Breakfast lunch and a snack are Walker, HRS Food Stamp Worker Linda Hampton and Occupational Specialist
provided at no cost through a grant Mary McLeod.Not pictured are AFDC worker Pat Smith and Community Day THEATRE
from the United States Department of (. Care Center teacher Bonnie Ford.KEYSTONE.,
Agriculture.The -
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Center is administered by the r 964-54511
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic and 1 g Fri. thru Tues.
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Department of Health and ; 5 DAYS
Rehabilitative Services.
Parents must meet one or more the a CLINIC
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"required purpose for care" to be F ; (,
eligible for reduced rates. Income ;: SPECMUZMQ MODERN CWROPHACTIC CARE
and size of the family determines the
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Out of county residents are -, .
welcome. Some persons presently attending :
school in Starke are using the : :

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Eligibility Requirments: (BACKACHE) j R HflBflRH (AUTO INJURIES) 301 DRIVEINStarke
Parent or parents who work at NECK PAIN H HlH NUMBNESS OR PAIN
least 20 hours per week. SHOULDER PAIN R R L L R HI IN ARMS OR HANDS 964.7484

Parent or parents who go to schoolat HEADACHES KlaH *ON THE JOB INJURIES
least 20 hours per week. (MIGRAINE) PP Kl! WORKERS COMPimmSflK&m ,Fri. thru Mon"SVIDlI'.
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physically or mentally incapacitated. CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ':ACCEPTED

Other Children Aceeptedl R l I .. : "T1II DIIctwr II Tuaansw WllIII..W Nsdlnlas'''' :"". ,. "-
Children residing with adults 1vhft-. to d 1.r e .". t\\ ; .But m.Urttmi His PMtaMs to TIM CM mT( .Hwo.... ,I } 'Ma' oJ
are ( ot''legally respnftibJt!>fir'th f-' .I < FraiM to CM 4d to TM Lash i rwsrttf'**'9!'Bbmr, 4 [ l' ;j
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Preregistration Set ; i ,24 hour Emergency Answering Service

Locally For SFCC Mon., Tues., Wed. &Fri. 8:J30 to 6 Thurs. 9 to :1 'PLUS '.

A special preregistration for the DR. DETROITJeans
Spring and Summer Terms at SantaFe 473-3604
Community College will,be held
Wednesday;,evening April 4, from 8 HWY. 91 N.
p.m. to 7 p.m. at the SFCC Starke a 1'v '
Center office Bradford High
School. Students planning to take
classes in Gainesville, but wishing to
register through the Starke office, Director Debra Parmenter 'I
must register during the preregistration -
period which ends April 9. After r '
that date all registration for classes in '
Gainesville will be at the Santa Fe >,

Main is Campus.It also possible. to preregister Starke Family Planning ClinicTubal a'y (i \ Jeans sale I

next week during the regular daily office w
hours in Starke from 8 a.m. to 3 Ligalion (Tubes tied) & Vasectomies ; X ) # Jeans
"' p.m. No appointment is necessary.The j
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.. Spring Term begins- May 7 and No Hospital stay necessary,- No abortions performed ..
ends June 19.
For more Information call Mrs. 964-6500 4"P'
Yawn at 964-5382.

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WRITER A University fo Florida graduate, have come AI's way, add he, also In the Sun; was published by Ger his latest book, Becalmed lit The another' essayist,from another time,
Al) grew, up in Jacksonville and has knows the fine line a foreign coo many's equivalent to Lift Magazine.It Mullet / subtitled Al Burf. Ralph Wildoj! Emerson, once said:
$, : AI Burt is one of Metrose'a' ,most ". fond memories of coming to the lake respondent walks when covering Is a beautiful colored picture book Florida.tGt/tude'l on of the best bf Al's "We are as t much Informed' of a
f distinguished residents But among area region for outings and vacationsas countries plagued with unrest. ','In of Florida for which Al did the nar- columns. I writer's genius by what he selects as
l{ the backwoods of Melrose, AI has,for a boy with hW family. And so when 19631 was wounded in the Dominica' rative. U writing la indeed a gift then Al :by what. he origlnntes".
,:> the most part, slipped into professional he decided it would be more advan- Republic by U.S. ; Today AI and Gloria work as a Burt is well-endowed. As ona journalist I II .
;/,( anonymity tageous for bin to do his column froma coming,back across the line It wan) team. Gloria travels with Al, sharing ,so aptly put it, "He (Burt) Pleas'I )
'r "Most people don't even realizes more central location to all of during a cease-fire and the Marines the driving. She sits in on many of the writes)|, the way every columnist .
what I do, Al says with' a grin. "They Florida'than Miami, his choice for anew had been sent down there to protect Interviews,with AI and usually types wlsbes'to write". > r 'fei
think, I'm retired." hometown was simple Melrose. American lives and property. As'the, up the final copy of Al' articles., But tt Is as'much Al's selection of
Al is a long way from retirement. Melrose was a place he knew and photographer and I, approached ,the Then, along with any photographs Al material and accumulation of facts as i t Ii Burt
From the study in his' spacious loved, and it would afford him access Marine Lines there was some firing has taken,'his story la shipped off to it is his style of writing which'keepsthe '
Florida-styled''' home,, set on sloping to the university which has, as Al put behind us, and they (the Marines), Miami where it appears In the Tropic reader turning i the pages of his ; i page *
acres of pines, live oaks and It, "the'best Florida library in. the mistook; us ,for it, even though out magazine five weeks later. .
beachfront overlooking beautiful state." press car was labeled very well. It Ars reputation over the last ten .
Lake Mason, Al produces a weekly AI's newspaper career started was Just one of those things that happen years as; an expert on Florida, has Y .
column for the Mian\l Hero, Id's.Sunday shortly after college when he landed a Mid AI. made him much sought after as I 1 :
magazine, Tropic. job with the Atlanta Journal. From Just one of those things that happen public speaker, magazine writer and : ..
For the past ten years, Al, with the the'' Journal he went back home, to left Al extensively wounded. ..His author. But even with three books to I ;
able assistance of his pretty wife Jacksonville as a', reporter for the whole right side from his cheek down; his credit Al remains a devoted I
Gloria, has roamed the "blue Jacksonville Journal, But the Miami including his right kldner.and hip, newspaper man.
highways", the booming cities and Herald was Soon to be Al's calling, were ripped by M-16 was In spite' ,''of ,Al's busy, schedule (a I
the .lonely swamps of Florida, and he joined the Herald staff in 1955.: : hit nine times, spent three months in 1,000 word column week) and the ex- i
tirelessly'searching for that person, During his years with the Miami the hospital, had four bullets removedand tensive travel and in depth research
Tjhs place or situation which would make Herald, Al has \\forn"'JOan, hats was left with a lifetime) of orthopedic '-?, necessary'to produce his column, he
&n; the headlines of his column, "AI Fluent in Spanish,.Al became an ex problems. 'Since that, day" and Gloria are active members of
Burt's Florida". pert in Latin American affairs. He pain has been Al's constant shadow"Soon Trinity Episcopal Church in Melrose. ,,
"We try, in the course of a year,'to one spent .five ''hours' interviewing .. after Ai's' experience' inthe; Ails on the Vestry and Gloria puts out
Jgo everywhere in the state as best we Fidel Castro as the Cuban leader Dominican' Republic he Joined (the the church bulletin each week, as wellas
:#! can, at least to each section, so that at sucked on his large cigars and sipped editorial staff of the Herald and being member of the Episcopal
f; the end of the year we will have made brandy AI said. Al received the. through his journalistic' excellence' ;, Church Women at Trinity. J. Fps ,: ,
a round-robin look atthe, state/' said Scripts Howard Awardror': his Inter he received an' award for best Al is fond of describing himself as ',, '
Al.In view with Castro. editorials which ,was given by''the homely; but that is far from accurate. i SPRING ;. '
October, Al celebrated the Right before'the Bay of Pigs; Al Florida Society'of' Newspaper. The' fact is that Al is the Walter t.. e.i' .
publication of his third book, Becalmed found himself on a flight to Cuba-the Editors' Cronkite-type his eyes 'reflect his BRIDES ;: ;
In The Mullet Latitude (Florida next day the U.S. broke off relations 'His first book, co-authored with genuine honesty; his gestures reflect i' :
Classic Library: P.O. Box 1657, Port with Cuba -, but that didn't phase'AI:- 'Tim Magazine correspondent. Her his deep concern for his fellow'' man .
: Salerno,'FL 33492)'which,: has received "I did a series of stories for that week, nard Diederich' 'and published, by and environment; his voice reflects ,
r' critical acclaim from respected and I 'V.the'Ernie Pyle Award for' McGraw-Hill, dealt with Haiti 'and. his gentleness; his slight grin reflectshis ,; I" ,''J .,
3 book reviewers, in magazines; and that," : :was entitled, Papa Doc. '?1 tantalising sense of humor. And I "

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a Sexual ChargesNot did not Involve accidents, according Abandoned Car ", v..' when he was found in his car In a ditch Restaurant I
ContestedA to local authorities. along CR-229 about two miles north of
Don Grady Crews, 32, of Bradford Maybe Wanted T\; ,,', Raiford, according to Union County :
71-year-old Starke man appeared County was arrested March 14 and Hit & Run VehicleAn Deputy Sheriff W. W. Busby. Mandarin A Szechum Cuisine

I in Bradford County Circuit Court charged with driving while license abandoned Bond for the charge was set at$250. 984-7681
March 20 to enter a change of plea in suspended, according to Patrolman vehicle found behind Fowler was released on his own To-Rena Motel) I
lola Little's Place in Reno An. US 301 N ( II
the sexual charges against him. Greg Nichols. may recognizance. 1900 N, Tempts I I
i -Booo for the at possibly be the vehicle wanted in a recent
Arthur Melvin Stewart was ar- charge was set $200.
rested December 10 by the sheriffs Crews was released on his own A hit black and and run accident in Daytona. CHINESE LUNCHEON i
department and charged with sexual recognizance.James yellow 1970 Monte I
battery by use of force,sexual battery Carlo was towed March to the Starke Police Union Man Arrested SPECIAL.. COMBINATIONChicken _
Department 20
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of St. a com
by familiar authority and intercoursewith Francis Daugherty
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an unmarried person under 18 Augustine was arrested March 18 and description puter check of revealed a vehicle it matched wanted the in ProwlingMichael Chow Meln w/Ego Rob . : . '2.75 J
with while license Clark Davis
years of age.. charged driving of Lake Butler *
Judge Elsie Sanders withheld adJudication suspended and battery of a law en- Daytona. involved in a recent hit'and was arrested on March 13 on a chargeof Shrimp Chow Meinw/Egg/ Ron . . . 3.15 .:\

of guilt pending the pre- Patrolman forcement Dwight officer Groves., according to run.A, license tag found in the back seat sonating loitering police, prowling officer and Imper- d I, Chicken with Almonds w/Egg/ RonMMHooGilPanwEngRofl . . . '3.15

sentence not contest Investigation count when three.Stewartdid Countsone Bond for the charges was set at of vehicle the car with was a Pensacola registered to another Union County Deputy Sheriff, according W. W.j to i $ . . ... . . 3.15 'f

and two will be dismissed by the $500. Dougherty was released on his attempt was made to contact address.the An Busby.Bond. 'Beef with Broccoli w/Egg/ Ron . . . . 3.15 i I
own recognizance. for the
state attorney. owner but found he has moved to $1,500. charge was set a( Steak w/Egg Ron . . . 3.15 !
Stewart could face a possible 15 Jacksonville. Green Pepper

Assistant years with State a $10,000 fine, according to Md.Stenneth was arrested Adams 29 March, HyatUville.18 and The car has been Impounded and Sweet and Sour Pork w/Egg Ron . . . *2.75 .
Gon-
Attorney Jay charged with no valid driver license, the investigation is continuing, accor- Chicken and Shrimp Combination(MI a spicy)
tarek. That is the
however, under the statutory new guidelinesthe penality, according to Lt. William Tillotson. ding to Patrolman David Crum. [ FrQ Home Bricks w/Egg Rod '3.45 I'

Adams was stopped on US-301 in . '3.45 f
sentence will probably be 12 to 30, with Lobster Sauce w/Egg Roll .
months under the community control Lawtey. Bond for the charge was set Raiford ManArrested Service Shrf.no '3.45
program, said Gontarek at $50. Adams was released after a for' DUI SR 214 Big Tr.. Lake. Mongolian Beef pal a spicy)w/E.S Ron.
cash bond was posted.Christopher DOCKS DECKS.rORCHES aNn., e11Yet win' 'sup aRa. fr114 nice -
Evert Orby Fowler of Raiford was aTONE WORK
Driver Cited, Edwin Sims of arrested March 17 !on a charge of DUI uR.r kIIm.M 41.13111 . .. ..
Passenger, Injured, Gainesville was arrested March 18 _..___," 1' ; ,W, ; ..__._____

In Pickup AccidentA and charged with driving while
license suspended, according to
16-year-old Hampton youth was Patrolman Groves. LAKE CHEVY-OLDS PRESENTS \
cited for careless driving and his Bond for the charge was set at$200.
passenger was taken to Bradford Sims was released after a cash bond Bull "
No No No
Hospital following an accident on was posted. Gimmicks Give-A-Ways No Prizes : ;

CR-18 three miles east of Hampton
March 17.Landon. Clarence Bailey Thompson of Just good honest prices, with good service from good people.
Howard Underwood of Starke was arrested March 16 and .
Hampton was westbound at a high charged with driving while intoxicated ;,:.1 If our sticker is not on your car, you paid too much for iti!

rate of speed when his 1972 Dodge according to Sgt. W. H, 0
pickup truck crossed the roadway Barber. .:. .i Don't make a mistake! Check Lake Chevy-Olds._ See how much money you can save on your next purchase.

striking a steel post and mailbox. The Thompson was stopped on SR-100 in
pickup overturned two times throw- Starke, his blood alcohol content was Have'To.
More When You Don't
ing Underwood and passenger, Mar-. .14 percent. Thompson was also cited Why Pay .
fin Troy Hines out of the vehicle, ac- for having no license tag.
cording to Trooper K. G. Ethridge. Bond for the charges was $325.

Hines, 19, of Hampton was taken by Thompson was released on his own 0 0t
Rescue 60, Paramedics Paul West recognizance.
and Scott Taylor to Bradford for
possible neck and back injuries. Wesley D. Willingham of Starke
Damage to the pickup was $700 in the was arrested March 17 and charged
12:10 a.m. accident. with driving while license suspended, 0" l lny
according to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. IIN
Bond for the charge was set at$200. ? 'rM
2 Lake Geneva Men Willingham was released after a sure- 84 C-10 Custom 84 S-10 4x4 Blazer
Arrested For TheftTwo ty bond was posted. 84 C-10 Deluxe No 3312
Deluxe Us'Aliunlr' STOCK
""I S Id S-10 PU 4x4 ,
No 3303Sllvorode teps e AUI '". col aluminum wheel!, V-t
Lake Geneva men were arrested Paul Gregory Hicks of Starke was 84 No.337V engine, olr. AM/FM..w coMtt, .
S-10 Pick Up package, air" pulfr wiper. crulM No :3440 cutomtrlp
in Starke March 16 after TG&Y arrested March 18 and charged with No. 3011!I Ii control till wheel VI engine' ,au'..,chroma Air conditioning! ,automatic V4,gouge Dally beautiful blotk/iilvor with. air conditioning !' package chrome rear bumper pow.1'.
store employees saw one of the men driving while intoxicated, accordingto $.p Sum_plus full factory quip d.Pb'"P.,.Roily wheel, power window e wheel'*. 223/7M 15" Your choice,rod' auto Iran,V-e,low pkg deluxe. bum_., till lleerlng, Tohoe equipment 235/7711k..,
i take a Kraco Auto Sound System out Patrolman Paul Rhoden. SALE PRICE lock. or block! mar lugsog..cLSALE
of the store without paying for it and Hicks was also charged with refus- PRICE ; PRICE PRICE
put it in a car. ing to sign the citation. Bond for the '6,788 sSgLE7afo: a4A
Rick Anthony Hope, 30, was charged charges was set at $325. Hicks was 10,588 .
with grand theft and obtaining released after a cash bond was
retail products with intent to defraud, posted.
according to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.
Hope also alledgedly took a fan off a Kenneth Loren DeLong of Jacksonville
display in Winn Dixie and tried to was arrested March 18 and
return it to the cashier asking for his charged with driving while license

money back. suspended, according to Patrolman
Jeff Clayton Taylor, :37, was charged Groves.
with principal accessory after the Bond for the charge was set at$200. Ig.1
fact (grand theft) for his part in the DeLong was released after a surety ,
shoplifting, said Rhoden. Both men bond was posted.Olustee .
were apprenhended in the parking lot &T.C-10: -, 84 El' Camino' :'" .::4. 10'Custeiw' .. '
Fleelslds .84iK-Blazer C ;
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Bond for the charges was set at 84 C-10 Ste p side /. Pickup MM: V.ngin.( automollc/lloaiir': onIoff.- Package: olr, pulie wl_ au...
$2,000 each. Both Taylor and Hope ManArrested No :94WAuM No. 3047 Sid roll., automata" olr', power window 4 Ike. 19"turbo wtieoli., *..1.., till, Iftoce tire control, till wheel., V-" engine, 'oulomgtlcichrome
were released on their own For DUI | hair? V-e, 2SV7WI5 II'... ,Rally Full factory qupmnt| I95.75P. ""llrel,.., lock, crulM control, V-9 engine iportWt carrier, air, hi._ blue with white axiomtripe itep bumper, dally wheel., power
recognizance. Hwheel*,air conditioning, ,tinted gloM.gaugat ,llt.|cylinder origin,'light blue point,' ..k package rows window.lock.. I II
Henry L. Griffin, Jr. of Olustee was SALE PRICE' SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE

Traffic ViolationsIn and arrested charged in Union with County DUI, according on March 16 to 9,888 : :.. 7,188 $11,488. 14,288 '11,588' ,

Bradford CountyThere Deputy D. I. Blom. .
Bond for the charge was set at $250
were eight arrests for traffic he was released on his own 1.1
violations in Bradford County which recognizance.



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page.5. kind of problems people are going Coupe. 84 Cutlass Ciera' ) 84 ,Toronado Callente
The title for ATs book came from through and understand how people, No 3U04 84 Cutlass Supreme '
No. 3140Divided '
one of his columns which Is the first to in different parts of the state, are 1 Power ng pouonger Mart power Mat, vinyl trunk I roof lock, automatic power ;reclln,:tilt: front teat, ok, tinted, window. !, color. .No. 1411 This 'Is a Real! Beauty! 84 Camaro Z28No. '.

appear in the book. And where can solving or approaching these pro- ||crule, tereo, power Mooring, gouge, coordinated..., "mirror,,lilt wheel*, automatic, AMsFM, Divided!front, .Ir.loo..._, bodyild'... Hit",molding tinted ,glow'bellmolding ,' Mcest Om Around 3451 .
coiune bodyilde
liter basket Piromlit molding window tiondcrulM
molding
you find your mullet latitudes As Al blems. I really feel that matters. In.M grey .control euper Hack wheel.*.Itereo. ,LMM wttk /gWpmewt' Air condl .-Top.p.ww.
explains In his book, "Sometimes it is Those are the places that I like to go i SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE ,Ilaalotmoro.SALE
everywhere; sometimes, nowhere. and the people that I like to search PRICE .SALE PRICE

Like happiness, it lives in your head for," said Al as he glanced across the plnl'crul.10,488 10,588 17,388 '
and must be coaxed out. Maybe for quiet serenity of his backyard, un- 15,388 : 13,788LAKE
it will his next col- .
me appear during November in doubtedly mind-planning
Miami, a conglomerate of smaU umn.
QUALITY' USED
CHEVY-OLDS
CARS/TRUCKS
places, or during summer at my .
hometown Melrose,a miniature large ..- r "1:, '

place.Once"you become becalmed in your 81. El Camino Automatic. ,.83....AM/f Chevettes*radio.Choow hem 6, '82 S-10 Tahoe 82 'Lebaron' Convertible
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mullet latitudes, Al takes the reader Awiomollc t w.o air. pow r l *r- Tilt why, KerM utomoltar. otr. t law milts. wlndowi
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through a tour of the seven little fl' t 4988 '
Floridas he has created, each with intriguing 6 .8 '6408

names. This part of Florida .( irrpt 'l.1'l1# 83' Firebirds 82 Ford MOO ;. .. 99988, ,
( from the to the Atlantic J : .
I panhandle Automatic, power MflnQ,j pow*>r bro4., N 82 Sierra Classic 4x4
AM/FM ladle 3 la chow
Automatic air |
82 S-10
coast and south to Ocala:Al has rained taro, 17,000 mllM 3U2A> _. Sport4ped.
/ Florida. He designates Starke as from. '7688e" II., *. power. wlrv .I ._tilt", Mree,, ok, rollbor.I KC ,light
Florida's capitaL 7988 .'
'9788 ... 6488
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J The cover of Ai's book is designedwith Pl A 82 Olds Toronado 81 CeOca GT / ,' I -
Automatic. .... wwoof, uereo, 'llfttoek 4nice. I 81 GMC Sierra
a map of Florida depicting his V(and loaded low... _M WA 82 Cutlass CalaisAutomatic I'j
seven little Floridas and the atar on ..M271A .... '111. crvfw. powr wlndow4. J..I.TooUxw, tteree..lf,. .tMnp111247A
of '11 350 ...sharpl AltWMf MNV. '': .
his hometown
the map marks 6988 >jL : 5488
.Melrose. '8588 .
"His (Al's) writing maintains an 82 BUCK REGAL. 81 Monte CarloAir. .. 80 Chevy C10Automatic. \

t unwavering standard of excellence. :295.4.a 'III.crulM,window real boaulylf .wa+hwa. lilt, *rul'.e,,uerea double 80 Ford Explorertualmllel .d/,power. Meerlng Cfutte.' dl<*el
His Job is to supply the background There have been vast manufacturing .harpl,,X IA t
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i that all Floridians hunger for"writes Improvements in carpets '8488i "$6288. ,. ..... ,4e.500-* '' 3988
Ernest Lyons retired editor of The produced ,in the last decade. It ,,;) y i
Stuart News, rn his moving introduc hasn't been many years ago thatsome 84 Silverado Pickup g. ', $6188 "J 80 Chevy MirfbuI
tion. '" carpets would give a :83'S-10 EXT Cab doer Coup*,automatic. ,olr,real__. I
you ,
Automatic V-I Hit ,
I power Mooring crulK '. .." .
air""low' .
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Al's collection of columns tells of "shock" as the result of a build- llereo,"OOOltllltollo power brake p-- lmi..I..l 81 OUs 98 Regency 4988 r
the Crackers and the Florida of up of static electricity. '7311"I" Ml..power and air__.Xlre nice and..y,. ': f f9388.
10,988
yesterday, today and tomorrow. AI Most manufacturers have virtually ;
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state yoy of Florida and intimately Introduces eliminated this problem by 83 C-10 1, 83 C-20 Pickup .1joadod./IhIpnI-t' k r
using specially treated NN crul....power window 81 Ponttec FtobMAm "I .
you to its people, its yarns or long wh..lb eulomallc.' pow g_... W.n.w,4o00mIM.' :1 '3988
heritage. Finally. In the'end, he yarns containing tiny metal' o4.hrbn.and.l.w4yh'I' ,* N.n..wwnal. ewe*, power..Meet.Ing ..

dwells on home Melrose. :fibers, which dissipate electro- 1318 'I l "$9u8. '. ....:.power,::;'..hak..dgew.Nw. : j.
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charges tea point below' ', :
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human sensitivity levels. Honda I :; 82 SflvenKlo Ptekup : -/: 2a'Mwnt6iExt.nded.S.ivlee
81 Accord io/
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j only the rose, but the thorns as /.. :
Our carpets won't ... ... I, Automatic*cower Meeilna,,. lpo**.,olf, .
t and he is in no way reluctant to touch give you a .._.. a.-J o4. o.r.e. 4.pa. q .t power window*.Hit,orutoe. ::,: Cwttfact; 'Avattabte; on Mini.
the thorns from time to time. And, shock. and 'neither will our r. ,
j perhaps that is what makes it.indeed prices. We offer fine carpets at 7288 '8388 USiD CARS ft TRUCKS !
1 a gem of book. It is the kind of book prices homeowners can afford. ji
1 you pick up read with Intensity set Choose from our' tremendous !"< < t I
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1, aside and pick up time and again.. selection to give the old home :country Friendly. People' .,

i "I like to go Into'areas or deal withpeople place a new, fashionable appearance. . ._ '' r .
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: either doing things that are worthwhile & Carpet .. :
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I are doing is woitbwbU..;.well, I think Starke Florida ,UL.M; /thirty 1 ewnN 1.M. _. .-..Me<... RTMI:. : .t hrinrav.. 371-11IU. .
that's what I MM about what I'm do- 964-7423 i !MtH --.mHI".L.RMar.YW2I5 I5 $ $143C. ,
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in mt'd Run Accident ;

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'rTwo motorcyclist were injured in ahit ing the scene of an accident with per-- f' "4k;';; '" -- 'k .; 'fl'i: : i'

and run accident near Lawtey .1 sonal Injuries, Improper lane change Y ,:.w .-. .
Monday night (March """"
E 20) A Lawtey and having an' expired tag, sai4 I ,
,man was arrested later and charged Abrams. ,
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;;with leaving the scene of(an accident, Phillip L Lee, 20, of Lawtey, whO ;
*'.(according to Trooper W, M. Abrams was driving the 1977 Suzuki, was not .
r Tony Lamar Henderson, 25, was injured in the accident. Passenger ,,41'
;,traveling\ north on CR-225'' about a' Fredrick Williams 19. of Lawtey was ..
mile east of Lawtey when he tried to taken by Life-Flight to Baptist "" ,. '.
pass a car and met two motorcycles: Hospital in Jacksonville.Driver of the ..". "
coming[, at him head-on. Henderson's 1981 Suzuki,Samuel L. Reddick.,18,of eT ,.."
: car hit one motorcycle, which then Lawtey was also Injured and flown to \ ...
slid into the other motorcycle, throw.. Both men were listed as \
off both drivers and a passenger, stale. .'
said
( Abrams. Rescue 60, Paramedics Scott I LAP $
Henderson was identified by Taylor and PLaul West, responded to ,
witnesses, as the possible driver of the the 8:08: a.m. accident.
said Abrams. When Lawtey Lee was charged with no valid i M t ?
;Police Chief M. M. Jordan and DOT' driver license, said Abrams. The cat ,
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Officer Pat Henry went to' and two. motorcycles received onlt ?f
!Henderson's[' home, they found minor damage.. .
;,rHenderson'a damaged 1973 Ford,, Bond for the ,charges, against '
inking his car to the accident, acc t- Henderson was set at $500. He was UI
cling to Jordan. ;.' : released: after>&; surety bond was \
s Henderson was charged with leav? posted. \

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mews Hri fs :.; :t".; ;,:." ""t: :wrl;:'( >Special' "'Olympics. Gets Helping Hand from Special' 'Inmates...
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.. ,. ', .I'. t A $300,check from Lawtey Unlimited an inmate organization at Lawtev Lawtey Unlimited sponsor David McKnight.
: 'It ,'$;. '7 it I1.\ : Correctional Institution;Is presented by President Larry Collier to the tar Lawtey inmates taking part in the presentation are l-r)Joe Ribaudo,Ray
Kiwanis Club. Receiving the check Tuesday night March 20, are Kiwaniatti, Grantham, James Gipson, Earl Morrell, President'Larry Collier'Charles
Starke WomanAbductedFound: school supervision Salvation Arniy' Bob.Larimer and Ralph Nordgren, who, also operate the Special Olympics Coxe, William Dieas Don White, and Ed Barnaman. right 1 Is Ralph Nor
I I complete 50 hours community service' program at Sunshine Industries Workshop (previously Sunshine Acres). dgren of the Sunshine Industries Workshop who works with the Special 1 Olympics
work. The Lawtey inmates raise the funds with car washes each Friday /and Program. '
Police said they were looking for a Friley; driving with " "35-year-old Starke woman who was alcohol,mood level. nolle, by,!state at to inmates, and.by operating a photography project in which they sell photos Special Olympics: fund had only$5 in it before the donation with a Lake City
abducted in Jacksonville March 7 by torney. to inmates to send home.-to their faimilfes., No state funds are Involved, says., trip planned .
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+"a man who offered her and her hus-' Friley driving ,on wrong side' of .r .
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;r band a ride and later robbed, her hus- road, dismissed. "
iiband, Carl Leslie Noles, driving while'intoxicated Land'SalesIn ;,
!p Sarah James of 835 E.Brownie St. ,- fined $28 ..50;- license: Bradford "I, .
fin Starke and her 81-year-old hus suspended six. months, ,attend DWI" r J I
fjband? Jesse, were walking to a bus school, complete 50 hours community- There were six land'sates recorded
:*station when a man drove up beside service work, remain under Salvation. ; last week in Bradford County, ,the
,Ij/them at Third and Hanson Streets and Army supervision. ,largest sale was for $78,000. Security I
goffered them a ride home : Melvin .D. Cribbs, >driving' while! ,.Pacific.Finance Corp sold lot .11' of ,.
stir. Later, the man flashed a knife and license;!suspended or ( revoked! (I..I1I", Geneva/Lake Estates to Richard, ),i'., .. TRUCKS
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Demanded James'! waUet,police said ,$59.25. w.J 1' :"E ", and Katherine B. Schultz. '". UIAR.
/and, then pushed him out of the car,' Timothy ,David.Harris, : driving 'Charleen Banks sold'six acres,of
1 y.' When this reporter asked ''while Intoxicated. fined"$281.50, land j just SE of Lawtey to Ola Mae' .
Patrolman n David Crum if the Starke license suspended six! months attend Jenkins,for,$4,800. _
|Police Department had any informa- DWI school, Salvation Army supervision Dorothy Herndon and Betty 'L. ,
l |tion on the Incident or knew if Sarah 50 hours community work. ?. McDonald sold lot 13'of Block 3 City : .
had been found.. Crum said no. Walter Lee,Henderson Jr;, driving Park Subdivision in Starke to Rodney
However within the hour both 'Sarah while'license suspended or revoked,, I M. Cayton for $16,000. SA LtG '
f and Jesse' walked into the police sta- fined $5U5.Robert Larry Fishburn sold an acre of land
ution to report an alledged breakin at [Demps, .driving !while in Woodlawn to Jerry Don Fishburnfor :
jUheir) home in Starke. license suspended, fined $59.25.. $900. y L '. ,
fife When Crum contacted the Jackson- Demps','no valid driver u license, pay, : :'Jack M Courtnay sold, lot 35 ,of ;
ftville Police,Department,he learned $25 cost.: :: Keystone Club Estates,Unit 1 to Fleet ,
f the pair had never reported : that Demps', improper tag, pay$1&'e08 Finance\ and Mortgage, ', :Inc.: pf 1984 RANGERwith
'Brenda N.'Owens, driver 1 ; .
improper
'Sarah' had been found., Gainesville for $2,700.. .
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SK Jesse said he found Sarah the next license, dismissed pay $10'cost. George W. and Barbara K. Ricks
f morning at a friends house, she had Wayne Arthur Thomas impropertag sold a parcel of land at the corner of Value
g gotten away by jumping from the car. dismissed. r I 5!1,Call and Cherry streets in Starke tort Special Package
atThey ,said they didn't know the man, Thomas; ,careless driving fine4.to, end;M end Marion D. Long for, ,
who offered them the ride!; they 550.75Ragdalfl $9,500 ,
thought he was from Jacksonville ; : eV.T improper driver ,, ,.
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&f ,Tames ,told *the: Starke*' Police license, dismissed!\ '
Department, ,neither' of thejn were' KaryFre,*erlckk'adgettIm, f roper, .' $ : :
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$25 cost.-: : .
.. hurt.and they:were able to get home' g' :5',0,0',
"';.vlth. the help of a cousin hi Jac son ,Ilmo hy Ran:Cain, no valid driver + +sr + ', II 'n tt \ 11i!
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[ Judge .George;? H. Pierce inBradford ( County. *Traffic-Criminal- 'tempt to elude fined $59,25,; 7 : # uring :

I I [Court March .12. ,, .f 'cost Hodges$10.Hodges. no valid driver, license, MA M sIc MACHINE ,.' ,,. ",

I George W. Friley, driving while in- unlawful speed, $114. s flat D.J. ', '" "I
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loxicated fined, $281.50, .licensesuspendd'sb Hodges wilful-wanton reckless ,
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Obituaries- ,long Illness.. I Nrmcun's Marlce!: I IOPEN !j

OatherW.Eddy Born in Starkyville, Miss., Mr. Ed-
Gather nigh of Lawtey,. wards moved to Melrose from
died Friday 16, at b1 Jacksonville in 1972; was a retired
home following an extended Ulness. furniture merchant and a tennis .'
Born and aired in Alabama the son amateur. He was a U.S. Army \
of George and Della Eddy, Mr. Eddy veteran of World War II and attendedthe I
served in the U.S. Army and was a Keystone' United Methodist (,+ #'tZ 9-8 Monday thru Friday. 9.7 Saturday j
member of the Baptist faith. Church. ..: '.' .' ,
Survivors Include one daughter, Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. The "
Country Store; For More....
Mrs. Antla Manning of Lawtey; one Frankie Ann Rosa Edwards of
lODe Charles S. Eddy of Naples; four four Miss JoannMarie "
sisters, Mrs. Idelle Cooper of W. Melrose Edwards daughters of Melrose, Mrs. 1FoA Star l.ps' No G n..ieluJ ,J JLoaav Prices'
Hollywood. Mrs. Delsle Thompson ofCullman Amelia E. Green of Jacksonville, 1It".1 ,.
Ala. Mrs. Elsie Thompsonand Mrs Penelope E. Travis of ,", ""
Mrs. Hattie Thompson both of Gainesville and Mrs. Drusilla E. ,'.' ';'.
Cullman Ala.;one brother.Coy Eddy Zager of Miami; three sons, Michael ..
of Alabama; and four grandchildren. and Thomas Edwards, both of ''..r -
Funeral services were held Mondayin Melrose and Delbert Edwards Jr.of
Cullman, Alabama with Archie Gainesville; one brother, Lewis Ed- Fresh Grade A SHANK PORTION ,, ; : "'
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in wards of Shreveport, La., and three '
charge of arrangements. grandchildren.Funeral FRYERTHIGHS ,
services were held at 11 SMOKEDDRUMSTICKS \ ;
Thomas L.Gllleon a.m. Friday, March 16 at his \ .
Thomas Lawton Gllleon. 44, of residence with Rev. David Landers or 79C
Starke, died Saturday, March 17 at. officiating. Burial was in Eliam HAM
his home following an extended illness. 'Cemetery, Melrose, under the direc- r" k . . . ..' ,
tion of Jones Funeral Home,Hwy.100 ,. ,
and raised in Hazelhurst.Ga., .
Born &Cypress St., Keystone Heights. < (\ \l. "
Mr. Gilleon moved to BrooksvUle : ',,; : BUTT .' '
where be was foreman of Lykes Cat, Rebecca Allison Oswald ii :: ;. f ,,
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tie Company Feeding Division. He Miss Rebecca Allison Oswald, age i; 89
89a
was a member of the Hawthorne 2,of Harrisburg,N.C.,died Thursday PORTION
Church of God.SUrvivors night,March 15.in Bradford Hospital, lb. .. ._..
Include his wife, Mrs. Inc. following a sudden illness. .
Nina Elaine Gilpin GUleon of Starke; Born in Charlotte, N.C., Miss _
four daughters. Miss Elizabeth Ann Oswald was a life long resident of I
Gilleon Miss Susie GUleon,Miss Jen- Harrisburg. She attended the Cole
nifer Jean GUleon and Miss Debbie Memorial United Methodist Church in .- .. .
Jean Gilleon. all of Tallahassee his Charlotte, N.C. USDA CHOICE SUNNYLANO FRESH FRESH OSCAR MAYER'
father. C.P. Gilleon of Tice. Fla.; his her '
She Is survived by parents
mother Mrs. Frances Maddox of Daniel P.and Mrs.Sandra K.Hughes BONELESS SIRLOIN BREAKFAST UNK, 3 LBS. OR MOREGROUND REGULAR OR BEEFFRANKS
ScreenL., Ga. and one sister, Mrs. Oswald of Harrisburg; one brother,
Lucile of Miami. Daniel Addison Oswald of Harrisburg TIP ROAST SAUSAGEf09' ; BEEF
Funeral services, followed by ; paternal grandparents. Mr.
cremation, were held at 2:30: p.m. and Mrs. C.H. "Buck' of $ $ -
-f88 $
Monday at the chapel of Archie Tanner .Starke; maternal grandfather S.C. g. gc 1. 89
Funeral Home of Starke with HUghes of Burnsville, N.C. and god- I Ib. IQozpkg I Ib. PKG .
Rev.Lamar Stokes officiating. ':parents, Danny and Angela Angle of '<'
Greenville N.C. USDA CHOICE BONELESS QUARTER SLICED -
Funeral services will be held at a
Delbert W. Edwards Sr. N.C. with burialin Buy One
later date in Derita PORK
Delbert Wallace Edwards, Sr., 66, Charlotte, N.C. Jones Funeral CUBE ., .. "
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of Melrose, died Wednesday night, Home 514 E. Nona St., Starke, in $219 Get One $129"
March 14.at his residence following a charge of local arrangements. LOINS I ,
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USDA CHOICE BONELESS' FREEButterMe" CENTER CUTPORK ", r;/ r>: ': _,

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CHUCK { :$ 169

$159: CHOPS..l..Ib.-
deployment, his unit will participatein ROAST . . ,:; .Ib.
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Airman A.Wood
Jeffrey
various training exercises with. Not .
Assigned to Keesler'AFB other U.S.units and those of allied na-\ CENTER SLICESSMOKED COUNTRY STYLE :, .,
tions.Several Far Eastern port visits .
Airman Jeffrey A. Wood, son of are scheduled. PORK(
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retired Air Force Master Agt. L.C. -159 Biscuits
Wood, Jr. of Summerville. S.C. and ] $ $139

grandson Brooker, has of L.C.been assigned Sr. of to Dean Assigned M. Slocumb to Cuba HAM . .. . .IIL LOINS .,. . ... ;..... ,
Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., after '
completing Air Force' basic training i Marine Lance ';.tfpf. -bean'.,, M. ALASKAN l
The 'airman, will nowr'receiveispecjaJJzed ,;Slocuijb. 'son'Aine. Bearimtlne '
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of Keystone Heights recently I'
field.lie is a 1980 graduateof Guantanamo Cuba. { -
deployed to Bay ,
Bonds-Wilson High School North He is a member of B Company, : SEA $
Charleston,S.C. Battalion, ,
Eighth Engineer Support
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Second Force Service Support Group, : 5 ,

William C. Davis Camp Lejeune N.C. LEGS .. ". ..i. .. ;: GALLOPS
Serves on USS Kitty Hawk While In Cuba B Company will

learn methods of building anti-tank "... )' ,...\, \.,'. ''' !I;, .
Navy Counselor 1st Class WilliamC. positions with engineer equipment at '' "
Davis, son of George E. and BettyJ. well as with explosives. The Marines
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Davis of Hampton, recently will also learn how to construct othei
departed on a deployment to the air and ground defensive positions.B ROCK (:
Western Pacific and Indian Oceans. Company will also train with thi .1. 1 g
He is a member of Fighter Ground Defense Force stationed a $1
Squadron Two, based at San Diego, Marine Barracks, Guantanamo Bay MULLET.-- .
and embarked aboard the aircraft They will participate in two or thra SHRIMP 1 _
carrier USS Kitty Hawk. During the ground defense exercises, ... .Ib., ,- '
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': NOTICE' BUSINESS CARS TRUCKS WANTED Cabinet& Vanities
N.w Cabinet

CLASSIFIED OPPORTUNITIESEARN f77 DOOOI ASPEN STATrOHWAOOKl \ Cabin! R.palrVarmica
ADVERTISING I hould be submitted .
AXLES
I TIRES Two axles and
to the Bradford Power windows, !PC AC, Power steer" four drat Work,
office, County TOP DOLLARi Get In on the Ing. Runs and looks good. $1979. Hlghett price paid. Green' Welding'
Telegraph In
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writing paid In Shop. 301 South Starke, FL. 9645007. 964-4578
advance unless ground floor. New scientific 7823307. Itpd 3/22 Y Ja.r
credit ,Is !
already 11/03 "
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established with this offlc.. breakthrough In weight loss FDA ap M n VOLKSWAGEN BEETUt Good condition AXLES B TIRESi For mobile home.Olln's o. (
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl Proved Business Opportunity Meetingat Inside and out. Runs good. $975. Mobile Home Sales. Call 9645606. !
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Campground Recreation 782-3307. 3/23
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Itpd 10/13 tfnIELIAILI Fill Dirt a
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Room 301 Stark. Wed., March 28. W4 B-210 DATSUNi 4p., air. Or trade '
ROOMMATE
THE TELEPHONE. 7:30 p.m. Bring a friend and let us put for small truck with air. 964.5445. Itpd to share expenseson Hauled & Spread | L
you In bu.I.... TODAY. We will show 3/22 home. Call 964-4229 oft. 6:00 p.m. I' '
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, Itpd 322WANTED Roaonabl Rats PHONE 9644776Started
NOON,.prior to Thuraday publication. you, this Is the "CHANCE OF A, 'II FORD ESCORT ATI) PS; PB: air Cond.. x vuA m
LIFETIME". No obligation. Itpd 3/22: : AM radio. $4300. Will TO BUYl Camper or topper' Call Anytime 205 U Temple: LD
j Minimum charge Is 19 words for$2.79, negotiate. I shell for long wheel bed Dodge or Ford TERwIUIGfiRI ..
then 10 cents for each: word thereafter. 782-3348. Itpd 3/33 4 o pickup.Co11964'4464. Itpd 3/22: : 14851541Jay '/"IQSPEC'AI.
iNTERNATIONAL
BOATS 77 OMC.1t80 CHEVROLET IUV, "74 -
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SCOUT, Four wheel i, ft Son
Dee '
YARD SALEM -
drive. No reasonable offer refused. n; PERSONAL SERVICES ,
;' '. 15%, FT.,TM-HUlli 50 hp Mercury electric 964-4471, call after !9 p.m. 3/22 tfn ". GrohamC.ramic NEAR PRISON Only $24,000, BrlckexJ

1'. $ N. WATER STi Household Items, start motor tilt trall.r, $1500, 1971 CHEVROLET 3400214; ft boat 19 MACHINE QUILTINOt Crib to king size ,MH. Bayles Hwy. on ,t Acr. 3 BR, /

sporting goods, ,clothing books 964..738..ttpd 3ZZ'LAND : : hp motor, $400. Call after 4:30.p.m.. '!jI k Betty Hlldebfand. 96481ZZ.16: : 8tpd BA. CH/A. Glassed-in fronfporch.
jewelry and tool. Saturday March 24. 7823321. llpd 3/22 .
4/05 Til. HURRY I
900400.: 1tchg 3/ZZ: : FOR SALETEN '77' CHEVETTEl, Good condition $ .50: ,1 EXPERIENCED PAINTER, Neat'work.. Interior ..ServlceWall. .PREfERRED PROPERTIES.LAKI .
I 48 CHEVROLET PICKUP % ton $600. '
j FRIDAY MARCH 23 9:00 3:00.: Moternl. or exterior Free estimates.
I, ty clothes, wom.n.: mens and girl. Call 9644999. Itpd 3/22 Reasonable rates with 'good .and Floors ACCESS:: BR, 2 BA.LR. 'DR, KIKhen C/B I

,y clothes, toys, miscellaneous Items, crib 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove 1977 AMC MATADORS Station wagon, references. Call 964-5177. 1/05 tin NewWoikRepairs home on ,:3 Ig. corner loU. Walking: .distance' ",
Rd. $3,999. $400 down $70 month. PS/PB A/C, good tires, .l1glne.great and Re Grout .
t mattress. Turn on dirt rood next to a SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All Crystal Luke Only 542 000. .
'j Textile Town |lust past the RR tracks on Call 964.5606.9/15 tfn .condition. 46,200 miles. $ ,500 FIRM makes cleaned oiled and adjusted.t 9"57'Dont ONLY $34.000.4BR,2BArein..1$00.q.:
the left. 3/22: : THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR227BrookerRd. 964-8928. Itchg 3/22: : '
Itpd } t SIS. Work guaranteed. James .to schools.
I TOOLS. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS lAWN $2,999. $300 down $5$ a month. 1970 CHEVY IMPALAt 330 V-8. A/C .. LR
FURNITURI w/flreplece
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and NEAT AS A PIN I 3 BR, 2. Lg. ,
964-9606. 9/15 tfn htr., radio. Call 964 9494. 3/22
i I and many new Items Saturday $450. Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tin den, DR, Ig. utll. rm., gourmet kitchen has every
ONE ACRE
2tpd 3/29
LOTi Rd.
I 3/24, ':00 ill ?? 315 N. ClarkStreet. Facing Forsyth ROOFING WORK Experienced roofer. modern conven. Scrod ...rch. BARGAIN
3000. $tOO down and $70 month. 1973 TOYOTA COROLLA DIlUXEl Extra ,
SeAStatistic
3/22 .
Itchg Free .tlmot. No |lob too small. Call 'ESTATE SETTLEMENT BR stucco w/separate
SPRING SALE I Clothes, shoes, choirs 964-9606.1/12 tfn clean and dependable. Good mpg. .i; 782-3762. Lester Austin 3/22 4tpd/12 '
1.42 $48.000.
'' HANDYMAN SPECIALs For sale -3 BR, 2 $850 or best offer Call 964-8230 or can apartment en ace
what-nots,
strawberries.t tapestries, beans, garden and plow BA M/H on one acre In city of Stark. be seen i In Bradford Plaza. Itpd 3/22 BOOKKEEPING CONSULTANT Need 41,000 Chimney' Fires Last TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE IThChamtlng. nearly neW,
pole othervegetables. with but don'tneed
h.lp bookkeeping
Great location Close In. $10,900 FIRM. your Year.$9 million damage to brick:3 BR,2 BA home on I'/i Ac. near Country Clb.
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Bryan's Thls.'N That Shop a full or part-time employee?" Great Fam. Rm., fireplace,fans, scrn'd porch,total 1
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824-1317 or 1-372-2740. Keep homeowners Don' let this
try. MOTORCYCLES ,
Corner SR.16 A 301. Stark*. 964.4029.itchg can helpl 473-2950: or 964-8388. Ifehg ;
3/22: : j.1'.URNITURI. Ing. 2/09 tfn 3/22 happen to you. Estimates 1 ISO heated. SP-9,000.. Assum. mtg. ,apprax.
TYsoppllancia' and '20 ACRESi Good land. 3V4 miles N. of ,STARKE LAWN SERVICE Reasonable. Call '*.-.271 "'.672. Mo. pmt. $..... Owner offers Fin .1... I
many Starke. 301 CR-233 (Morgan Rd.) 1977 HONDA SWi Adult owner. Low U ,I AM 1119.MMaNGy. COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY Ideal
Item.,
Call
other In ,Lawtey. On Highway 9646346.: Itpd 3/22
i 301. Itchg 3/22 964.7135.2123 tfn mileage. $750. 9 -8640. 11/17 Hn .. !' ,YARD WORK Mowing.hedge trimming, .SaturdayBlank.nshtp l locale, hwy. front., apprax. 1 18 Ac. Will divide.
DEERFOOT TRAIL on Lake Sampson. Lot 1978 Z900 KAWASAKI Collectors See general work with own NEARLY NEW BOARD .BATTEN-0 D.ckBen
yard equipment
HOMES FOR SALE for sale by owner. Below market value to appreciate Call 964.5209.2/16 tfn any and truck. Also any minor home Chimney 3w Franklin stove,CH/A. 2 ceilIng fans. House*T Ac.

for quick sale. Call 473-3946 or, SUZUKI ITS DSi 700 miles. Excellent cone '' repairs. Call Jimmy 964-8315. Itpd $'',500; House ft 2 Ac. $37,500 House M 3, Au.
:i 964.6225.: 3/08 4tchg 3/29 dlllon. Phone 964-8721. or 9648292. 3/22 $39.SOO. As.um. mtg. 30.000. at 10% Int'.
1'/', ACRE LOTS OR TOTAL OF 6 ACRESi 3/15 tfn
> THREI BEDROOM, IV. BATH HOME ,
PAINTING 1 IS experience. Interioror $39/mo. payments.
and Owner Graham. 1981 SUZUKI 250 GSi Very good condition yrs
: W/CH4A. Fireplace wood.n deckIn financing. Manning's exterior. Free "estimates. Call GOODLOOKING 4 II, 2 IA.$390l.o".ly
bock. $7600 down and assume 10X Welding 489-1734. 3/22 2tpd 3/29 asking $629. 944-6720<<1Ir 964-9409 J Netties'Tree .
964.6823.3/22 2tchg 3/29: home all Bay!... Hwy. Is far 1 lease w/$200 sec.dep.
-' mortgag. For more Information, call 20 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALSi Hampton. Itchg 3/22 <..," WILL BABYSITi Mon Sun., day or ni hi. .-47 ACRES B.PECAN TREES-Antiqu.brick 2 BR.
,r\ 964-4737 after 5:00: 3/01 tfn $2.000 on acre. Call 4681949. 3/22: : 1982 SUZUKI.OS 850 Li $2990. Call '
; p.m. Hot meals fenced yard. $S.50/day.. 2 BA. CH/A. $120,000, :
.![. FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA FEt 2 3tpd 4/05 964.6020.Itch9 322COMMERCIAL Call 964.8823. 3/22: : 2tpd 339BILL'S ONLY$3.000 and Ma.Pmt" :'of 567699;; wilt buy you
Service
BR. \ SA.$29.SOO.'Any, : reasonable of.
: MOBILE HOMES SAW SHOP Complete tharpenlng a comfortable 4 BR, 2 BA home In quiet, conven.
'I 1i'6' for will be considered. 964.5010.3/06 PROPERTY service, circular hand, carbide, chain: -Tr..' removols locale on 2 Ig. city lot.

I tfn FOR: SALEA RENT/LEASE mower blade hollow ground and 'Also' pruning. demosslng .S22.900 CUTE ONE ACRE-Comp. r.nev.nrM.
KINGSLEY LAKE AREAt 2/3 BR, 2 BA. '
balanced. Leave Jackson
at Building
FIREWOOD frame w/8x24 Own. *_
2 BR, I BA porch. fin*
CH/A dot. doubl.
W/W
carpeting. Supply In Stark., Keystone Heights or
B W MOBILE HOME SALES N.w and .Oak S Pine .SB ACRES-H.evy timber& 101 frontage.Own. fin.,
gareg.,10r2lot. Many.xtras By ap lake Butler. TFNchg
FOR LEASE with option to purchase two-
used mobile homes for .al. Walter -Free Delivery -MINI-ESTATE-3 BR brick on S oc. Attr fence
473.7941.3/08 3/22: :
pointment. 3tchg NW of Call B' GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors window..
building. corner
HAMPTON LAKE ACCESSi N.w brick {Bud) Alvarez Invites you to come out story (formerly Stump's etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. -licensed & Insured w/elec. gate,.stkd pond & metal faldg..
streets
home. '*
;.c' fenced. $46.000.: 468.2750.1tpd 3/22: : Polatka; Flo. 325-9551 or 328-4682. In 1119 Earned Bank Btdg., Jacksonville, Butler, 496-3079.' and Keystone D. Nertttos BUSIEST CORNER In Starke.$85,000.

I' 'I'V OWNERs 3 JR. 1 BA, Laundry room, Stark., alt Roy Wells, 964-9291.. 9/22: : FL 32202. 3/08 4tchg 3/29 Heights, 473-4973. 2/26 tfn > Own.r "".S823. !LEASE-Rautiful furnished home. Best local.'
'r. work.hop./CH/A. dishwasher tfn r FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS MIMOSA DRIVE-ldeal BR. 2 BA Brick.. CH&A.
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!. ''' 1983 24x51 COMMODORE DOUBLEWIDEt ... RETREAT 3/2. CH4A, fireplace
disposal carpet paneling utility shed 1 44 West Call St. COUNTRY Ac.

't'm.. fenced area. $10.000 ..qufygaymRn1R,3273.4lSerlma .. 3 BR, 2 BA. Kitchen' ,.dining.area. ver., ;.. ? '. .... MISCELLANEOUS! 'Jr.. .. Open. T u....frl..III MO,' ? .1 ,:Shop &. Compare!!] RD. 230 BRICK' CtUA-Fnce4 I.,..hot(,,$52.000fci .y
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I barb total, 1750 feet heated DOUBLEWIDI MOIiLi HOME. CH/A. 2 WANT TO DRINK homeowners policies for[ of
square FREE 1 Dogs A puppies. Good pets Too FIN..I4V. west Lawtey.
; $36.5009647552, 3/22: : 4tpd BR, 2 full baths Like "new 12000. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS' !(mobile homes. I
space. many for small yard. 964 6813 after 4 $1$.000-3 BR frame on 2 lot. In country.
p .. ./12f 1979 964-8289.24x52: 3/19 THREE tfn BEDROOM TWO SA, p.m. Itpd 3/22: : WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS ''Can'for Quote *, .**0 ACRES off Rd. 235. $2,000 on ..

'' :3 BR. 2 II"(vA-FHA)' BrO REWARD OFFEREDI lost block and Alcoholics Anonymous .elf PLUS ACRES, w.ll& septic. Edwerdm Rd,
excellent condition. Ready to move.Payoff '*.-..150 .*..UU '...6". 'Olln's Mobile !
Conventional. Financing1ShapedlRDRArea take Stark. white female Walker dog off of "", : ,.LARGE BUILDING LOT-Besienf R od.
i I or over payments. Brownie Road. Call % .688C or ALANON FAMILY. GROUP . ..
3/22 Home Sales
964-6273.
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f Close to School.. (54,800 MOBILE HOME-2 BR 2' BAT,, Florida 9646767. llpd 323od "w' *. IYINING.AVIRN .
\ ? 2/091Stpd 5/1,7 ;[Elaine M. Otln, Agent! OU1\AW"..w. mvwoaal III.554-rise.
CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION ,room carport utility shed.: City rAVIMUUWS44UltuAcooNsvM | Nova WADO M4-MI4
I '..431' utilities,about 2V4 lots. All fenced. For Deadline: 954-5606 +uia'MAXINISOOTMMSIS41' wArHt oouot..4-sti

All Closing Costs Paid L sale or rent. Phone 964-8392.. Jltod 3/22 I .TOMMYCttMTAIH..AlI9
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I 100' Amp. $145 200 Amp. $260Cornp.liit maintained grad., I I5 PricI .. 1 >/, Both; CH/A; Carport; Utility Room .4 REPAIRS' "24 HR SERVICELICENSED
Ayeilabl*' I 'I I For Water Mitr. THROUGHOUT FLA. REASONABLE PRCf'
Sarv'ite
Instqllet'to'n AI:. ,W/476', on!i 301. Y Carpeting.
1 All Servlcet with Meln.Dlicorinects. Terms. Wat.mp.*.. F RMERL yo l

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BEAUTIFUL YARD-3 BR; 1.9 BA.Concrete blo<.k.''carpet, excellent condition.> l i ,VACUUWSALE. "j Cleaning ) Avaflablfl In Waldo.' Must see. .S Ae.: $3.000 down.

I 1 r* HAMPTON LAKE.Beautiful home with. many'''extra,. Dock. boat -lift, 'sprinkler. 1336.50 ,AC. AA/L. OW .9 A. Well Septic. $3.300
available. 1 59"Carpet home,. 4 ponds, fronts'SRX24
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1 system..$Three TORV.LarSl.country bedrooms, three hom baths.*
.*TWO neat frame homa. lAWTEY.Asumable mortgoge.INVIITMENT NEW&USED. 59" I .and owner financed. front porches, beoutiM i
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: THREE ACRES-OPPORTUNITY-Owner..llnonclng with very flexible ,.rm.. Dyed ((9xi2)) . . . ... . ; -Ask ofaout out,,tanchetles shady lot 'fruit trees," 6

.*I PRICE RCDUCTION' on this Three bedroom two bath brick!home. Famlly/oom; .dewWe ; ,We' finance. Our OWn.'. 44" : and ,farms.. Starke, pecan trees and, ..ho.$015,000. .-,
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garogev POOL. 8 ACRES. Good terms. : KIRBYS Fur liti"rr' Cleaned I3et16 OMI ... area... .
ready for development .JIOYALSEUHEKAS EXCtPTIONALlr NIC6.3IR
COUNTRY CLUB-Ten, acres this 3 ERr 2 SA ham.t "Not Delighted. Don't Pay"Serwingtllgfd 2.
DAUWOOD ,* moving, price j has! been reduced on BA doublewtde '
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*CEEIWOOD-Two lovely homes, one has swimming pool < I '. HOOVFRSELECRROLUX! & Union County and surrounding area mobile 1 borne on 1.7 acre

CORNER BROADWAY.S PRATT-Suiiding' ( l now bell\e Cod o. church l '* 'l.P.tISI Screened, enclosed porcri.

**CALL ST-Lg. house plied has beer roduvtdc OWNER! FINANCING1 I FILTER QUEENS. FfaoMa Carpet Cleaning & Dye Ce.SmON lOx 14 ihelter Was
NORTH t SOUTH,, Several tracts, "SEARS $28.000.'NOW $26,000,
.1!.'*HWY HWY?16 301.Propertf Excellent t locatten" lSOO s<|. h. home on 3 acr.*. 15781 sq.:It. on 1% Ac.. 'COMMERCIAL',' : .14 ACLawtey. ,Beautiful

+ u 'Acres with '0: brick 3 M home, plus barn B 3 trailer hookups. I a DoItYourstffip N.Y.14 Ave, 'imp< posture fenced, 3wells

AHWY.*IwY 1e 123 Acres witr,'C1I.t,, ,brick S B*home only 2 years old..Ig. bam A Small: I 'WAI'Y's tfarlLe.ll MOU. :1;2:culverts. .$UAc. : -

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divide Excellent price. : 10 .ACMS-Well. A SeptiC.
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Will divide f Have Carpet '
Nk.land.,Some wl* rlvar frontage.' ,8.WM1M7M4. $19,000.
i doublewkiej Hes true. grapevine*. Small.born.n Free Advice... ., ,
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Union, County Ads-- Starke Ads FOR SALE I, ADOPTION. < DOLLSi Now taking faster

,\ BRADFORD LIMERQCK SALES! 7823173.Lowtey. .
order;*,"for adoption dolls with paper
HELP WANTED ; 2/23 tfn Dressed In pretty Easter dresses. $30;
FOR 24"x9' 24".7',
RENT USED GALVANIZED TINt ,
Also all sixes, RaggedyAnn
diaper
INSURANCE $25 In
HELP WANTED '} 34"1, M"10. 24"ir./ Good condi doll.
handmade
MUSICIANS NEEDED New ,rood show tfn doll and other
forming steel, boss, lead drums,fiddle MIMOSA' MANOIt( MOIlll HOME PAalC. tlon. 782.3112.2/23 BULL, Jome '964-6179. Itchy 3/22
REGISTERED BRAHMAZINB
Mature Woman To Car For My Infant In MAINES INSURANCE AGENCYi 140 S. extensive travel-good equipment Mobile home1' and space for ,...... Go.kln 964.8356.3/0) tfn HANDMADE DRESSESi Girl and women
my homo or your homo. Phono Lako Butler, 4963978. .. Recreational made order. $4 and And dla
Lake Avenue. a must no tl. Send resume to Chuck vfhlcies "Y.1com.( Phone LIVING ROOM SUITEi Sofa S. chair andEureka to up.
490-3069 1-pd Complete Insurance Service. TFN. Rich P.O. Box 505. Storke, Florida 0468.2912. 9/16 tfn J leaner wattnchments. Prom evening gown and wedding
Excellent income For part time homo 32091 (Photo If possible). 3/01 4tchg MOBILE HOME FOR RENTt One mile vacuum. dr...... 9 -6175. Itchg 3/22
r assembly work For (nlo. call REAL ESTATE 3/22 from Stark city limit Clean Hwy. 16 964.6604.3/tch9 3/22 20" BMX WEBCO BICYCLEi Includes alloy
904-641-8003. pd 3/22 W. Call 4681323. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OP LAWTEV I I. and seat tuffneck
SELF MOTIVATED Interested In beingyour 10/07 tfn. handlebar post,
Job Ov........ Big money f.... $30.000 own boss? Am looking tot a c.r. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for lent. On taking bids on old wooden church redline fork, handbrake, Oakley .
la $50,000 plus .. Call LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP PROPERTY 16 building. 54 feet long by 44 feet wide. Call after
por 1' tales In Storke Hwy. W. ,close to $190. 473-7317
typo that prl""" Cq" ,
area
person
V", l-aU-493-3000. .... 27039. J-pd If I don't have'It, I'll find It Ju.to.k. will put In business. NO INVESTMENT 468.1323. 10/07 tfn. For more Information pleas call 3pm.itchy 3/22

;' 322.2 JANE S. USHER REALTOR. B a.m. Ill 11 p.m. 4682908. tfn 3/08 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly. monthly 782-3594 or 7823181319 4tchg 4/09 SPRING PLANTING TIME! IS HEREl Tomato
GOVERNMENT JOBS Thousands of 496-2126 or 496-2903, ove*. Your rate Palm FARM EQUIPMENT! 1hr..-point hitch. All Call Bill
FEDERAL, STATE 1 CIVIL SERVICE JOBS Apartment, 2314 N. Temple plants for sol* quantities.
vacencl.s! must b. flllod Immediately. Union/ County Realtor./ 8/04 Hn available Call 1-(619)( ) 569-0304 for info Av*. 7/28 tfn Private owner. 9646664. 3/15 2tpd or Mike, 468-2539. Itehg 3/22
$17,454 to $50.112. Call 714-MZ-tOOO, 24 hrs. 3/08 3tpd 3/22 SPACIOUS 3 BR,:3 BA horn with CH/A. IUY FACTORY DIRECTS Lightweight HORSES Grade and registered
Int. 3M25. 2-pd 3/22-29 PERSONAL SERVICES East Coll St. Lots of *torog.. No pet. fiberglass Scamp 19' and 16' travel quarterhorse Several to choose from.
Mako Monoy Working At Homo..flood. ROUT SALES Wont Independence? Call 9 .5827. 11/03 tf" trailer and new 19 9th wheel, Call Two good kids horses, $400 $1500.
od with SEPTIC TANK Wont Your Own Business? Determine NICE ROOM with now toll free 1800.3464962 for free 3/22
offers) Details- rush stamp.doddressd DORMAN WELL AND private both 964-6039. Slarke. Itchg
.onvolopo., Mldgott Oopt. Package deal; well drilled water Your .Own Income) Operate your ownroute. 12/22 tfnSPACIOUS brochur. and avel' 3/15 2tpd 3/22 GE ELECTRIC RANGES 30". whit, $80
J. 60 Plymouth Blvd. Hernondo MS pump, new Installation of leptie WE OFFER: Established accounts 4 BR 2 BA HOME Ho BEAGLESi Registered Field Champion each; end loader for a Ford tractor
38632. I-pd tank, drain field and /lift stations. ; 9-day work week; ..6 weeks workshop fenced bock yard. Clot, Close Call Chip and[Mill House Billy $350.'964-7048. 3/22 2tchg 3/29
CARPENTER'S HELP NEEDED Call for Interview Mobil. home pole _IIobl.. All work training program: truck 1 lease avail.: convenient. $350 mo.. $350! security Jack. $100 ea. Also/Qld Line CottonTail MICROWAVE OVEN Quasar; large slxe
all sales olds
496-3873 or 7S2-9152. I-chg guaranteed call Tommy Dorman ; group Insurance avail.; deposit Reference 9645610.209 tin Breed that can run a rabbit $190 w/dfroter and memory cooker.
3/22 279-2191. UFN 9/1 company financing avail. FOR MORE BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath. Op. cash. Young and good all registered.- Touchtone, Ilk. new condition. $279.
CUSTOM MADI Draprle. Valance and INFO CALL Jim Daniels, 272-2552. posit Stark Post Office.<<; Ask for Mrs. 964-9222. 3/15 2tchg 3/22 7823202. Itchg 3/22
FOR RENT Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for Mon. thru Frl., 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 3/15 Lyons. Must see to appreciate. Affor FURNITURE Queen size water bed used CHIST TYPE FREEZER 27 cu. ft. Asking
FREE Eitlmate Sand W Enterprlie 2tpd 3/22 dabl. rates.EFFICIENCY 3 mo., $250; washer,,$125; dryer $99; $300. 964-6720 or 964-9409. I tchg 323Iff
PART TIM NURSE OR MEDICAL,TECM.I to frot-free
APARTMENT\ refrlg., $129; apt. size
UFN 929NETTLES Furnishedwith MAGNOLIA TREE You mov.An'l.
do mobile health evaluation. Stork.or.o.fI.'bl. refrlg., $95:bunk bed*.,$129 twin bed
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and utilities. Suitable for on. person. ; que buffet other misc. antiquefur
FOR RENT) Union County Tim... 190! pruning. Alto firewood, oak and pin. ((904) 396-5880' hours.and leave In..rlted'lOI-caU Homeland No chlldr.n.,no pets please. 964-5464, $45; gas stove, $100; electric stove, niture. 1313 W. Modlson'.St. 964-5572.
Str..t Lak. Butlor. 3/01 tinS $100; ".drow.ch..t. $35; Hid.-A-Bud,
Main' Phon. for ale.. Call Thomas N.tt1..4963823.ufn number. FRIDAY SATURDAY 0.", to 4 p.m.
496-2261 for Information TFN 3/1 12/22 phone Itpd 3/22 BR, 2 BA CB HOUSE, Forest Heights $91! ; sofa $35; wood table w/ladder Trail Motel-Lawtey. Remodeling sal*.
TRAILER FOR RENT 2 BORM furnished ENJOY WORKING WITH DOCS Person Subdivision. Off' back chain, $69, smoked glass tabl.
trollor. NEW CREDIT, cord Nobody rdusdlAlso wanted feed and core' Highway 16 W. $333 Checkout counter! glass counter;
Powoll. 4963377. ufn 3/8 Vita/Moitercord. Call to for,4the; mo. 964-9423. 3/08 tin w/4 choirs cost over $700 like new, homemade barrel stands; barrel
MOBILE HOME WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 809-687-6000 Ext. C-1136. 4-. chg and animal.3:00 for Call 485-1174 between. 9:00: NEAR TOWN 2 Bedroom house, FR, LR. $229; white Formica table w/4 swivel counter bar; mattress and box springs
AREA 10 minutes from RMC. 2 BDRM. 1 3/19-4/5 : Or.poln.mon. Itchg 3/22 kitchen-dinette.: I bath; Sep gar $250 chairs colt $600, now' $175; double set; drapes;, pllloes; tables much
BARTENDERS
: BH furnished w/air. No Pot*. Phon. FREE MOBILE HOMI PARKING SPACE Ona to work In month. 9647910. 3/08 tfn, bed $60; fro Prov. Bedrm. suite, $199; 'Itpd 3/22
package store. Jessie's, 'Loung., queen size b.drm. suite, white more.
I 4962308. ufn 3/22 Butler.: Phone TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY Furnl.hod'and
farm South of lake 964-8080. GREEN FROG CERAMICS! ,Going out of
3/22
w/bamboo
3 BDRM. HOME IN LAKE BUTLER Phon. Itchg :.. trim used l one month! '
repainted.'V.ry 782.3458.3/15
i Is;; 1372.1953 (Galn..vlll.) 1-pd clean. business sole Bisque and finished
TRAIL MOTEL RESTAURANT- lawt. $350
oval braided
4963956. 1-pd 3/22 ATTENTION Trimming y.Applications .FOR RENT OR SAlli Like ; |rug, $79; wood
HORSE OWNER'S new 3 BR, 1 BA pieces, 50% off. Also have molds for
i! MOBILE HOME Big Yard. Private Entrance don. by certified now being taken for CB home with 2.6 sofa/chair $99; ".r_, $60; odd <
Lak Butler
and Corrective trimming waitresses, cooks 4 acres. On Grlfll ends. Call 964-4284. sal*. One mile south(from )
1 3 BDRM. 2 full bath. No Dogs.Phon.496.2842.1chg ., farrier. Bob 4963069.1-pd benefits. Apply housekeeper.Employee In person on Loop. Starke. 9 .S.5. Itpd 3/22 1978 VW CAMPER Like Itpd 3/22 n.w. 33,000 on. 231. 9:00: a.m. til 1 p.m. 496-3444.
3/22 NOW
;e TAKING
ly. Itpd 3/22 APPLICATIONS FOR ONE miles $5500. Call 473.2951 after 5 p.m. DESK ft CHAIR, $100; Sear Kenmore
FOR SALE THE NINI TO FIVE JOB WITHOUT NINE BEDROOM APARTMENTS Adult only, Itpd 3/22 dishwasher, $50. 9 .5032. Itchg 3/22
YARD SALE TO FIVE HOURS Avon has Introduced a r no pet*. Inquire at Johnny' Produce CRIB MATTRESS, used a short time, TRAMPOLINE 12 ft. $339. Curie Cycle.
dramatic new earnings program. Now 320 N. Temple Av' *. Stark. 3/15 3tpd good condition $40; .maternity slacks 9646020. Itchg 3/22 .
PUPPIES AKC Shetland Sheepdog pup- ONE BEDROOM' TRAILER Completely and ... BOAT SHELTER 14'>18'xr, $499. Full
TWO FAMILY GARAGE SALE I mil. you can earn up to SOX everything' tops, 10 S 12, $2-$4 each; also
South 231. At Doyle Glovor' pie (Toy Collie) $125.00. Phone you sell plus an additional bonus, furnished, electric heat and air total men's, women's and children's clothe delivery and set up. Curl. Cycle.
t on 4962846. ufn 3/22 electric near Graham $55 week. 3/22 .
"" portunlty. Receive prof..lonol..ol.a per Call 9 .7906. Itpd 3/2 964-6020. Itchg
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r..ld.nc., children cloth, .
toy* MOBILE HOME 1973 Concord, )12 x 65, 2 training and more. Call today, 964-7366 Phone 489-1371. tchg 3/22 CEMENT STEPS One piece; three trailer AIR CONDITIONER! 13.000 btu by Carrier
household itom, otc. from 9 00 until!
I" 1 : BDRM, 1 BH front kitchen window or 9648442. Itpd 3/22 :* 1 i 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS axle and one lawnmower Call $183.: Call 782.3202. Itchg 3/22
1:00. -pd A/C. $9.900. Powell. 4963377. 1-pd Working adults, absolutely'clean and 9644152. Itchg 3/22 : ,10-SPEED BICYCLE 26" boys, $129. or

FURNITURE Double bedm $60; plush Subscribe Today! ," quiet. No partying allowed. 964-7589.; TOMATO AND CABBAGE PLANTS best offer 7823202. Itchg 3/22
1 Subscribe !1'i Naughahyde hld.-a-b.d, $250; MANGER THREE BEDROOM BLOCK HOUSE 1V4 $4.00/hundred. Also.20' ft. of chkk.n RAISE A ,QUARTERHORSE! Breed your
; washer, $129; dryer $99; frost-fra !PART'flM! SALES CREW For BA. CH/A. One mile out of city limits. house. Free small 'puppy to good mare to' Cue Barr King AQHA No.
refrlg., like newt! $179; twin bed $45; Florida Times Union to supervise young 9648165. Itchy 3/22 home. 964-6538. Itpd 3/22 1054074 Put foundation quartefhorte
l UNION COUNTY TIMES pair captain' bed, $55 each; small adults. Dependable transportation FOR LEASE Three bedroom, upstairs BROWN MALE CHIHUAHUA DOG One performance In your colt. Not only
I 496-2261 refrlg., 195. 752.5259. Providence. Itpd n..ded. Apply at Florida Times Union: apartment Partially furnished year old. $79.00. Call '964-9776. Itpd ,Barr and King bloodline, but also
3/22 1605.N. I Avenue.: Itchg 3/22 $175/mo, $100 sec. dep. Call 964-4228 3/22 Gold Mount-Percentage-Gold Rush A
EMPLOYMENTPositlonOpening after 6 p.m. or 964-8944 days. 3/22 Ifn COLOR TV! $99 and up. Next to Starke Hollywood Gold. Private contracts
for FIREMAN.Th.City FURNISHED room qnd ,bath apart- Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9 .S212. mad*. EC. Harvey, 9 .7065. Itchy i
1sfev'e"Broadwayt, of Stork. will accept applications for ment. Light and hot water Included. RABBITSs For pet or meat. 'Lawrence SIEGLER HEATER w/forced air, 79 gal.
SERVICE the position of Fireman through March $160 per month plus $79 security' Meng. 6 ml. 301 South. 468.1915. fn tank and stand. Wilt heat 6'' room
TREE *Rooms *> 21, 1984.MINIMUM. deposit.' No pets. 9648071. Itpd 3/22 COMPOUND BOW Bear Blue Denim. house. $90 each. 964-7581 after 7 o.m.
Removal REQUIREMENTS: FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM apartment.Apply 3040draw.. Excellent condition $79. AIR CONDITIONER 1'A .ton, 220 volt.
To Rent KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Tackle Box 341, N. Temple Ave Phone 782.3660, 2/09"n, $150; riding lawnmower, 16 hp gardentractor
"Trimming Ability to understand and follow oral Stark. Fl. Itpd 3/22 plow disc and convertof 4 ft. \
Stump Removal, *Weekly Monthly and written Instructions; Ability to act REMODELING SOME APARTMENTS to be 'mower, $1595. Gas weedealer $175.
quickly and calmly In emergencies; completed soon. Applications accented. HELP WANTED '368 N. Cherry St, 964-6997. 'Itpd 3/22
r t tFree Estimates Jj, *Or By the Night Ability to learn to operate and maintain 1 RR_ f M/A' Furnished. A v,* >YU-. -
I' Firewood Located by fire fighting equipment; Working lurnlshed.i 964.8601.3/22 tfn
knowledge of the geography and MOBILE HOME, 3 BR, $17S/mo., $100 tee:. Position
o 4734732After Starke Post OfficeReasonable street pattern of the city; Som. dep. Furnished or unfurnished.

5 P.M.Keystone RatesMagnolia =; knowledge of'hydraulics and'of'the 964-8816. "Itpd 3/22 Available DISTRICT
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construction of fire pumps; Working For Qualified ,
Hotel
Height knowledge of the rules and regulation
i I Licenced & Insured p of the departmentand of general fire FORSALE SAMPLE MAKER ,SALESMANAGIRj' ;
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1 lighting .thod. and ttechrrfRu: -Knowledge of pot-
U The (Galnesvilje Circulation Department Is
\ -" Ability op.tobllslyandmalnt6Kriff4c.tTVve > < o lti""OMI't' SUPpuEfslaws t .tuns ored. ,,totol. W HcatiorliP'fbrb' fufl 'time

..- f "* tf1* ft*& ,. relationships; with departmentnembersanp -'" ..--=. tsollest o'1,1f rn ''Y. i-RtJ ', ,(l. i' Strict' Safes' "MilJlP.1> : t6 dlf 1'l.
f ): <* the public; Ability to p.r 'olefomttbre'BARGAIN CENTER": I pants..requirMust ) t : ryri iv:fcJ'SZ w .n lfll -worr C|a Y'
Rentals Available at form prolonged and ardyoos war*,' mile South of Stark. 3/01 Hn have ability to Putnam and Union ,County,circulation! area.

under adverse conditions :t'V LARGE CHEST FREEZER ,$175; Formal! operate Industrial' Responsibilities Include increasing circulation

'.. THE EDUCATION School graduation AND EXPERIENCE'equlvaUncy; Hfch IW Cub; tractor, $2,000 w/mower-other or best offer; nice Implements equipment complete to personally sample sales, monitoring revenues, hiring( ', training,

OFFICE'SHOP quired; Ability to meet state minimum' black mare $500; white pony,more, from start to finish. and motivating adult independent contrac
standards os authorized In F.S. 633,34; $125; AKC, black and tan puppy. Applylnpersononly tors. Applications must have strong sales
9A.4.VM" Must have ability to perform prolonged
7823031.
3/22
Itpd VOGUEMANUFACTURING
and some'manageriat
background experience
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and arduous physical work under: 12-YEAR OLD GENTLE ,GELDING $400.
-- adverse and hazardous conditions:' 964-4738. Itpd 3/22 is .helpful. Competitive salary, benefits,
t Must hold a valid Florida driver's CO., and bonus I
''-' ANTIQUE DINING ROOM TABLE 5 transportation, good plan. Applications
license.. Pay Grade i1. Merrell Dees, choirs hutch w/mlrror, $300. Call SR 100 7)30to4PJM. being taken
at Sun Circulation Department
Now A' :
cee'pti'ng Applications Personnel! Director. Itchg 3/22 Frank .
"Qi Patterson 63. Itcha 3/22
101 SE 2nd Place
: Gainesville Fla.,
r for 1.3.4 Bedroom Apartments Subscribe TodaylBRADFORD from 8 A.M. to 5'P.M"--'weekdays.i _

COUNTYTELEGRAPH J


J Lake Butler Apts. 964.6305' r Gainesville Sun NOTICE


i 1005' SAV. 6th Street MEN AND WOMEN Carriers NeededBrookorHamptonStarkoWaldo '
Route The Bradford
f Lake Butler, Florida Iy I 17 62 CountySheriff's

NOW FOR
TRAIN 4" "' Is
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I : Areas accepting
CIVIL SERVICE ;,
y FEATURES : :' I EXAMSNo IT) >>;k' i applications I for ,the I
"i-: > High School Necessary 'Gainesville l Sun Is now taking applications for'an early morning

t Central Heat &Air a Private Patios (on.bedroom) Positions Start As High As motor. route carrier In'the above areas. Responsibilities include position of'Deputy'Sheriff''

S1O21 HOUR daity" delivery and monthly collection. These routes provide a
Wall to Wall Carpeting Walk-in Closets '
II Custom Drapes Cable TV Connections e. P MECHANICS 8TOFFICfl e INSPECTORS CLERICAL supplemental monthly 'Income $5CO-$600 and have 'excellent beginning 1 April and t

f i Matching Stove& Hood Free Water Sewer &Trash Ser. KIIP PRESENT JOB WHIUI potential! for .Increased(] profit, Reliable transportation and cash closing 30 April 1984. Apply [
PRIPAHINO AT HOMC FOR information call 378.1416 f,
Laundry Facilities Full Maintenance OOVIRNMINT EXAMS! bond deposl.nec.ssary. For more !: or I
9648170. .If' ho one Is: In to speak. With you leave name and Sheriff's 'Office.
: Professional Management Write A. Inelude Phone No. Tot: ,
1f National Training phofte e'number, and someone' return your all, "

f 496-3141 Service, Inc.

Dolph E, Reddish
1i i Come By or Call Todayl! Bradford Telegraph SheriffSpiritual

x I RAg} For Appointment l.El Inc. t SISTER SOPHIE ,

i60. -....r...w- P.O; Drawer. > '
A I i NaaluMllr Stark. FL 32091REALTOfl << I -. Palmist .Reader Adviser
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Ii 496-2126 or 496-2903 a:5Highway301'South.lawtey'.: : f.u".24-t$1.25 a, r r : Southern ,


366 W.st Main $t. Lak. Suffer .,,-j-$1.25' # ';,1


,., Villas
$ J'

I SMALL ACRE TIACTS.1 ........ : ,
% .3 Acre tracts At City limits 782-3363 Vfc L 1k f 1001 Southern Villas Drive
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still'available '
lor" .. Several sites
-9-10 Acre tracts located off SR 100. Owner finance, easy ; A
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-3 Acr. tracts on SR 18. Owner financing t p 1' Stark, Florida
.S Acre tracts SR 233t Own.r Financing. [
10-2O Acres between Lok. Butler and Gainesville. Owner financing port wooded.
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LAIOI ACRE TIACTS. ,.

-180acre farm on SR'JOT. % mil. river" frontage and 2.000 ft. rood frontage.. Woods-cropland-noylocated, "' ''' on | I For ItentFEATURES'': -.-----:
beautiful country road. Great hunting -
350 Ac,... Pasture and planted pines, Wea! location for development.Would moke beautiful horse,., ,farm.' .
100 Acre farm, house, born, fenced. Cross-fenced and pond. All.pasture. Owner'> financed. .,Cenltol'feaf( &Air ;T7.; e F1riVOie-PaUo'a! .

HOMES........* 1200 Sq* F'-' Bdg4-$200! Mo. e Wo II to Wall CarpetingWolk: -ln:Closets'

Beautiful large home on one acre with; pool. Priced right. MUST $EIi. Very roomy, Ideal for,entertaining! EX. 'IDEAL... :for e Custom Drapes e.FretiTrashServices Cable lVConneclioniI
; I Frost-Free fi.frig.rator
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see.'V ,
ECUTIVE TYPE HOME Call for appointment to d ; 7 .Mechanic
'-2 Bedroom CB home. Near hospital Cent. H/A. carpet dishwasher with afro,. lot available. ; f .Contractor*. ,I ',. ;Matching t Stove & Hood ',e Fall Malqtertanto 1 ) > .

FmHA Houses available In Lake Butler, Call for appointment .. .... :r '," < t .$t.raLIshtMfg .; _,- Laundry Facilities Professional.+ ;( ArVana9rrv nrit.J .

Newly decorated Inside and out Oft t ocr.. 3 Bedroom 1V\ bath home with additional frame buIlding for hobby -4;:.;. flNCiD..... .
shop or home business! W/W carpet, _U por. buck.stove. dishwasher. Priced to-sell..Best buy- .In town. May j .: t : 964-4214 "
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assume mortgage with down .payment, ; t ,fJ1 e .u ,, ,

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r-: ., ; Airport cehbr ctes'canniv6sary. with visit jrtittn: T1 !.fi'Pdrbirds''
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+ St. Augustine airport will available' for pictures and gerstaff. base commander of the AirNational deMOJUiLtaLk' Up*< tout entertained
s ? 1. Its 50th anniversary with an autographs. There will ,be reserved Guard located at Jacksonville people l4G natro slncI1Jlsteaf1e3.
,, by the USAF Thunderblrds ee1ei pa school base No admis- airport in making available certain The Thunderbird mlsaiCin. .Is plan
k.inngU
:''1 ,, day, March, at 4 chairman p.m. .;: be show, for this or forWednesday's support complete equipment mandatory and personnelto re- and demonstrate present prectsfj the capabilities,.fnarwuyerei, that Air
Airport Authority
'{. ''r ,' f Forrester Internationally famous quirements.Rolf Force Jet aircraft A*well as the ex-
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; y rl the Air
l acting professional skills that
Thunderbirds will arrive In St, Airport authority officials credit Mitchell, as overall coordinator -
,' 1 '' fta Augustine March 28 for a visit climax Joe Walter and his staff at Gruman for the authority has also Force develops The Thunderbirds!
ed by a demonstration of their unique St. Augustine with helping to make contributed to finalizing ar- are known for their diamond formation -
skills. this visit by the Thunderbirds possi rangements 10 that will make It possible of six General Dynamics F-18
flying After landing the pilots will be ble.Credit also goes: to Col.Terry Big.RTAVR for thisarea_ .to see the aerialertAirrimre Fighting Falcons.

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Thunderbirds 5 NGLL FRIEND... EXIST"... 'oa N car a A


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1>PERSON SERVICES .

Keystone: James Garfield the, 20th.; y,

I. WILL, BABYSIT YOUR CHILD IN MY U.S. president, was' both a "' I
HOME Full or port time, Mon-Frl. Call canal bargeman and a professor I .0o

Heights. .,: '. Debbie 2tchg anytime; 473-3626. 3/22-29 before of entering Greek the and White Latin J:0!. o ok, #c ./ ?

: CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work, House. .1 .n o b5
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kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry oJ
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Ads Reaionable price.. Call 473-4018 afterS:3O -- --- --
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p.m. 1/3 tfnchg
.'- CARPET AND VINYlt repair and In.tollatlon '
*. Free estimate Ten year .
NOTICE' experience. Call 473-4217 and oak for 1' 'A Ir
Craig. 1/5 tfnchg
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING thould be tub- DAYCAREi In my horn. Cloe to
milled to the Lake Region Monitor of. Keyttone School! Call 473.7529.3/13
,!!<:. In wrltlnpendpaidIn' odvanc: tfnchg
comes credlf: |I. already .ttobllihcd HANDYMAN All kind of home repair,
with this oHIe: mobllehome repair, and fix-up need.
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD No' |lob ''too malli Minor plumbing
.RESPONSIBLE FOR '''MISTAKES IN repair. Cleaning service.: Light haul. '
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ing. Call Jim 473-3671. day or evening!
THE TELEPHONE. 1/12 tfnchg. : H
Claulftat dvadlln l I.'Tuesday noon LAWN WORKS Will do any or all-mow, :
prior to Thurtday publication.: ,rake edge, trim ferrlllx Reasonable
.Minimum chorg|is IS word for$2.73 and dependable. Will go anywhere1 In
then lOcvntt for each word thereof Mr. this vicinity. Early retire 4732568.
3/1-22 4tpd ,
NO MONEY DOWN Build or help build
MISCELLANEOUSINOO..AMIIi yourown home on your lot. Below Polyester Red ,HeartEMBROIDERY
market) construction financing
Pathway. 1-771-4303 Jacktonvllle. collect : .
FLOSS
$ AN LEGION '
HALL.Sr.21. ,Saturday., 7' p.m., and TRAVEL, .3/6-29 SCHOOL-GAINESVILLE 4tod Travel RATNTOWELS.<< .ri.HREAD ,
Sundoy. 2-5 p.m. Public Invited. 1/$. agent-airline training classy: begin 22"x44" ", .. All I

Hnchg. April 23. Include: computer licensed by ; Colors. Colors
ANONYMOUS.
ALCOHOLICS Cloud State of Florida. Post Secondary Vocational ':c:' r' 94I
meeting Monday 8 p.m. .Open.meetings .. School. $875 total CoRegister: ;,, I I Limit"' ; Limit 6,
Friday 8 p.m. ,Alanon. Monday
now, Call 904.372.6900.3/15.29' SrchgPR6FlsibNAi"LAWNlERvVciSi E PI.1
8 p.m. All meeting at Educational: 1.88
Building Community Church: 473-2790 Quality .
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or 475-3130. 1/5 tfnchg: work .. guaranteed. Free estimate I Wet'b'Wild: ; I : ':',' i'' ;". ,RedHeart,
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS'No du... 'Commercial-Residential. 475-2197 ._______..--____' .. .
fee* or weigh Int. Open meeting __'w.Mngs. 3/01.4tchg: 3/22 '.. NAIL POLISH :. .; ; YARN
,' Tueay't, 7:30 p.m. Community Church: SHOWER CURTAINS., ; : '
Educational Building. Keyttone FOR RENT ,
Height, 4732790. 1/5 tfnchg: ,Prints1"Solids; :' ,' tAss't
BINGO Monday night beginning Jan. 2 .
HEIGHTS
KEYSTONE '
from 7.10 p.m. Percentage: game. REALTYREAa.TOR .. Llmf i9,9e. g' 9'
I American Legion Pot 202 located: HWY .Rental Property Available All ,

21 N.'of KeyMone. 12/29 tfnchg .WHITE SANDS lAKIi 2BR, IBtri/j), CB Prints :;.;:I ado I imit 8Pleasd
',': : -1 .' ', .. Fireplace, screened porch 2' 8' 8 'PIf Regular 99c Regular 1.29
'VARDSALEFRIDAYSATURDAYi
Available April 1. $300/mo. I ,
MELROSEi 2BR,2Bth CB home. Fireplace.: 'Unbleached
\ Mar, ':23:24.: 'from creened porch.Utility room.Available 'R"f \ ular4.za'. ;;I it. ,S tholls' c" r "

'-5., Swan Lake Road, north.of SR-26 April: WOOma.ZONEDCOMMERCIAL. 0 --- WI TE rSLLN
south of SR-100.'3/221tpd, Or.;HWV; 21, InK.y I'iIi'iiNS' AIR P1LLO..iNSOiES, ,. ,
.SAT4UMr 8-5 6383 Vassar Dr;WTghrldgeFRJSoti .ton- 3BR 1 Bath home'S400/mo. I K I ; : : : I..' .A' }.. .' .IPYMA'19lrrP'4hYtl9Mlf +k1iSY .' ,
,'Mot ... uJ'tlzert' MP IghtQAlp'9.ITl .;) CO I\AERdALVACANY'; '' PROPEm".ptt ".. iMYlrl, I "' 'o Y ,, f ..s s..
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\"r1. ,Y* :)" t.sh'ol i\lr..Its i'3/n' ttlff; ; !. 'P ee-.t:I,'tt N1111n?.. Formorildfdt"eoilit"! ;4 fiiI'' S : I iiyi ,or., 8' 8' !' .. ..1'8 8i1i'5t
"'' KEVSTONI HEIGHTS REALTY y. .
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: Man. 23,24 from '.5 Brooklyn .IN .'a .J' .. .
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t Bay Rood Follow ...gn.. U name It, Realtor,473-4 961 &oj \ /J ..
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we've It. 3/221tpd 2/16 Hnchg Colors Yard
8 got Regular I t.45 Per

/>' ,.. CARS TRUCKS ON BIG LAKE BROOKLYN 2BR cottage, ; .' _.. L
J M? .' $300/mo. Call 73or 12821727. _. ..-_.. Rftguta-b-- ? : AviatorPLAYING Men's or Ladies .FashionSUNGLASSES
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A BOATS .
3/1 tfnchg
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f( OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing flamIngo DRAPES ,1 CARDS': .
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ill St but can: be teen from SR-100 : :
ItBI COACHMAN CAMPER I7V4 f t.,AC and SR-21 Intersection. Prim. location, .Foam": Back
awning, TV. antenna, elf-contalned.: Call 473-3411.1/5 tfnchg: : .
u., Extra clean. ",500.. 473-77)7.) 3/22, 2BR. 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOUSEs'Ontake Asst Poker 1' :
". 1tpd Geneve. Fenced yard with utility < ors 8 ;..88 peck ,:88." 188Regular
!!Ii 1SFT OWL CRAFT Seat, live'_II. 9'A". hed.. CH/AC,' :'Available 'Feb.. ,15. ? ,: : .
a-: ,.'Evlnrude trolling; motor ond italnleu $42S/mo.: and damage deposit S425. ,

r', I 'teel tfnchfl'trailer, $795. 473-3607. 3/15 Call 1.725-4646 Patty Shackleford 2/2 tfnchgGATORBONI 1-268-6493. or 12.99. Regular. 1.39 :See Our Display

17 CHIVROUT BLAKRi 4 wheel" drive LAKI COTTAGE On
Call 473-2359 after 5 pJn. 3/8 tfnchg: acreage at Rt. 1, Box 346 Keystone. Keyed WhiteCOTTON CRAZY HOUSEWARES
t. }Mt. BASS BOATt Gator,tilt trailer,$695. $300/mo. whit and last 224.3929: .

"i'' .Can_173.2277.9/77 Ltpdy. : 3/15-4/5 4tod PADLOCK GLOVES '
1 .. 1981 OLASTRON.4FT/BOWRIDERt 140 JB. FURNISHED MHi M.fros.'ar.o. .. .' : ; KITCHEN TOOLS
bachelor; I I I i" : :: : Y
hp OMC Inboard-ouf drlv. w/traller. Responsible couple: or ; 1 : r. '"
, Like, n.w., $8700.,,m11473.3111days: ; S165/mo. plus deposit. 16846634. ,. ., ,. *" "
k '473-ni7 evening. *.')Itchg. 3/22 ", 3/15-22: 2tchg: I Large 6'6 : Turner
't """ 'g' 9" .
; Size" 88
FOR SALEBAM LOST/FOUND it/4'r ( .. .. .( I ,;' Fork Basting

1 i r 'WALL'CLOSi ouT You're 'j Vookindf LOST spayed..' 9,Turquoise ma<,,old collar: Beagles.'Reward.Recently Call t (, Tone ;: Regular' 1.19 ,' .- Spoons. Ret. 1.49

I ,,for deal OKAY-You |lust found onev '
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a 473-796 evening and 964-6411. day*. --------------
f" EVERY piano and organ cutJI : !' ,LatexHOUSEHOLD ,
I" 50 .percent: off. used-40 percent oHnew. LOSTt 3/22.29',Block: male, long haired cat In All PurposePLASTIC :j, t\> MUFFJN. NSIJ
GLOVES ; '
>:Hah Ave.i. vicinity of Keystone Club ,.Estate ) L.rg
.Muolc: Specialists l 2710 N.W. : (
REWARD offered. Cull 473-7764. 3/22 s. /y, Size.
378-5353.3/22-29 2tpd ,
Gainesville,Fl. ,
Male lobrodor 88
AND DHI".WILL PUMPSl PVC., FREE TO GOOD HOMEs .) > rY., 1
SHALLOW \ 12'
'" 473-7079 offer Sp.m. v.Sm l" >
black. 1 yeor.old.; Call tiI. !,. 4: ) fe
soft.n.rsqBryan
Water oIc
J' (j. ,pipe.and fittings. 3/22: : : 'S<< : 4: r '
Ace: Hardware;, Keystone! H"t..,. FOUND Two 3 mo. old g.rman iheperd ,9n, -Med. 66Asso +rJ1 Regular 2.98
473-4006 1/5 MnchgPRER female. Lake .eLar \=. __ ..:.
puppies-one male one l "' --- '
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; -" NMWOODt Bring yourown chats: GRASS
{t., .. 'Everett Estates Lot 17.659.2187.322FItLP ; .,'
**awl:475-28S5J 3/15-22 2tche Regular.ggc ,
)Types ;
AT PACK IlATI"BUY., SELL, TRADE:

R ;Located: blk n. of red light. HWY 21.,,. ,, WANTED_. '" .;, ,.. .: "" 'f ',plastic1KITES' ', ;" / I" '
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\ OPEN:,, .vWeoVSat. .96., Featuring: ,1U I | mi | .J I II III I.U 1 'I IfO! V S lf..yOP.ni'ng: -' ',II, Stand' ,..
r Glassware., old jewelry,. household BARBER ITYLIS'Ia wanted. Call'4734552after '. < I,.. 88
f goods china furniture, mltcel.: ": Items, ", 4 p.m. 3/22 tfnchg -' UMBRELLA '; ,,, ;ii;
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: 473-2183:3/15 tfixhg: 4 VCTMINA1MAN-S ASSISTANT1'Pnmlm.uFxcdl.nM '' r rype
toYS CLOTMMi" Most new. S1_ 12..,.AI.'.O'..' %,<. opportunity/ ,,for students tq y,, Y'I' r. Y 1 e'n '
r, : ; Call 4 73.33W3/22ltclQ:" F ,Regular 1.49.
toy 'work, .,with.. onlmots. .Transportation .
197. VW"' AMPiii.i Like .new. 33: :000, necessary Apply by letter to Key.ton.Hgt. Jb : 't r .. ,' .9'9 -r-r' .. w..ww
mile*. $9500.00.;Cal.'473-2W1. after 5. ..,Animal Hospital. *t- 2, Box 105. 2' 8'a > ." '" '" '" : 1 i N
JtrzslJ/n: :"" Keystone Hat*., Fly 326 6.3/15 tfnchgRECSPTIONWTs : :: ,
Full''' time.) Mature >Individual \ ,8- : : 'r
Excellent: ., tits :, IR ular'1.69. y "
: HOUSiSPORtfUE4HHICH3OWNMMUWSW.lt *Ugh typing! oppor-v .
t .. tunltle to work with peopl and pet. .. iii 10"; 1 88
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lovely;, Apply by I letter- to Keystone Hgts, 'L.ttl.'i'I'i : < ." C : '.J" ". I IndoorTHERMOMETER" 'kr
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'Fireplace,,' wood' ponelkigf 2 *o*; \ Keystone H0ts.;"*FI I..32666.3/17, tlnchPpriced TIES!' :':. : .Regular, (3.49!
i. J*A t+* J. ? v CHAIR ::
; garage:On beautlfMl lot;Deeded lafc .. .
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lo>ee.$49,000.: \ JFQMALe .
:, ,.- A5 "Y' '5' + ett : : GLASS BSAKING'DISH: : I
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AcEBAGBr aortedtIIk $ 'I \\ Fai ren
poa SALE OH WABK I'CM 'I Right '66 ,
Cowty,3. 2Both .Y"> I :11 "
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brick horn*'In GA'-VILLI.' $$64.900 .!<"' I j .\Wlth
; 5.88
:. con I srj-iaiBTa/iw/! : ...... "" + *Chaifc, $335' COot ;<, \- 2.49 CoveGl' ; : !
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MICK HOMUN 3 M.i IA Low down poY f ,,:Boclty.S5i' hbungiaI # .. 'R I'1: R. ., '. I
ment. Phon*'478S7: -t.Int.; 313do ,' i .c"alp\,5 I : .fof.3 Regular 7.4 '
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$20; goad'tromportotlor : LAIIDER'7 :
MOMilNOMtSPOffSALI ... J MASKING JAPE
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Keystone Heights proper hand
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w' 1{' :;'c,... q' %i' : This CPR course was offered through .
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Girl Scout News We were pleased to see Ann Steele I
from Gainesville receive the Thanks Truman's, Meat Market .' ;./l AJ.'s '
Badge. Ann came to Neyati with her .
Sarah Super Cookie daughters to help with the first Day A'bIIiHTHBUiE!
Congratulations to the top cookie Camp there in 1968, she has been a Formerly Edison's Quality! Meat, "

sellers in Bradford-Union guiding force in scouting In 211 S. Temple Ave. (Hwy'301)) Starke /'LJJ'' J SEAFOOD RESTAURANTU.S. ,
Neighborhood, Sarah Douglas, who Gainesville and has served as .
sold 500 boxes of cookies,we think has secretary on the Board of Directorsfor OPEN MONDAY w SATURDAY 9 am to.6 pm ':,:/ \ 301 South' :

earned a Junior the title Scout'super in cookie.Troop' Sarahis 31 in the Ann.Cluster past. six years. Congratulations Stop In and' Check Our Prices I :';: ) Across from Bradford Square' :

Brooker. Yeah Sarah. ., Coordinators and Service .
The neighborhood profit (including Team Managers were also recognizedat '
bonuses) is $3,843 with eight troops the dinner. Our own Diane Tierney $ 4 y H 5J ,. f /0 : A.J.:Dugger, former, manager, :of the
and 108 scouts selling 12,912 boxes of earned her second year pin for ser ,. Special .i
,INCLUDES
Girl Scout cookies. Thanks scouts, vice, which attaches to the purpleheart' : ,Honday Inn. for several years.
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you are super cookie sellers. Also a 5lbs. T-Bone, Delmoriico or Ribeye Steaks,__,
Starke Cluster
Elementary Coordinator
big thank you to Cookie Bookie Lila "

Rae Next Yawn high who sellers kept us were all straight.Kristen .second year Joyce pin,Sutton Cluster received Coordinator her 6 Ibs. All MeatS Patties*,.*.**.*. will open the NewbITUE

Sapp, who sold 316 boxes ,and Lisa Regina Price received her pin, 5 Ibs. Chicken 1 J "
Tierney, who sold 300 boxes. Wow. Southside Cluster Coordinator Laurie t-: '"" ,.
Other high cookies sellers and the Mullins received her second year pin, 5 Ibs. End cut Pork Chops 5 I Ibs. AM Meat Welners ,
Brooker Cluster ",
Coordinator
number of boxes of cookies sold is as Kathy : iEAFBBB REiTAURANT

follows; Lori Mann 248, Stephanie Hobbs received her third year pin, 6 Ibs. Pepper, Onion.or,,Salisbury Steaks.(_.-), ,.
RJE Cluste, Coordinator Elizabeth, :
Dukes 234, Brandi Barrett 228, Dana Walker ** _. ., ; .31,, Our menu wilLfeatUr6iJ.,j i i II.J': ;;>;r: '
Adkins 223,Danielle Smith 220 Missy received. her second< year phi wS ,.m, ,jj." '- '" IJI ''t '? : >n r ()
Davis 216,Melissa HJslop 214,Marian as did Lake; Butter Cluster Coor- -; REE oCt ,F Fft-I! f "' J "" Seafood Steaks & Da'il' !.>SpecTal! fot! ,""1 a' ,
Sutton 207. Rosalnad Lennon 205, dinator Cathy Hicks. Congratulationswe ,..I'' S; ;' ', [
think they are really scout 1 Dozen / : 1 -Ib. of Bacon & "
Missy Price 20, Mikki Becker super (; Breakfast Lunch and Dinner.
Patricia Bath, Michele Chastain and executives. ., ll' 1I
Brownie EGGS 1 Doz. EggsWITH I
Stephanie each sold 200 boxes of Troop 1(1 I
cookies. Meets at Hampton Elementary ANY ANY .
Valarie Randolph 177,. Patrise School. APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR
Smith 172, Victoria Butler 168, Kim Scouts in the troop are Angelina s boo $50WITH '
Hampton 184, Debbie Tyliczka 164,, Crews, Danielle Hersey, Stephanie .... Drder' Order or more COOKS WAITRESSES. CASHIERS :
Kim Lee 156,Telia Buie 147,Christina Cardin, Christina Broome, Julie Cob '
Bath 141, Cheryl Moss 139, Chastidy 'lins, Jennifer Darley, Tracey Me- "Just Our Way of Saying. Thank You'Yours HOSTESS BARTENDERS
Starling 139, Aimee Ferguson 138, Cullough,. Laurel Sanford, Tori 4 '
Beth McKinney 138, Kelly Ann Dun Hersey,Jaclyn Crews. "
can 136, Tiffany Williams 133, Linda Leaders Betsy Hersey. and Vickie 1\
Barnes 126, Mindy Hersey 126, Carla Crews. $r Quantity I ,
McCutchen 118, Brandee Moody 116, :..c:_ w .i 01 The
Detresa Robinson 113, Sarah Looney USDA Ch lce' Rights'
114, Erika Banks 111, Candice ,
Roberts Illy Tonya Johnson 109, pyApp'ointment Only Beef : Reserved
Daren Stokes 107, Renee McCarthy MeatStore
107, Jennifer Richardson 106, Cheryl
Griffis 106, Emily Nugent 105, Amy r -5 S I Ii
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Fletcher 103, Elissa Hollingsworth Graduate,,member of t
102,Michelle Bronson 102,Brook Watson OPEN 8.7 Mon.-Sat..
101, Tenia Lindsey, Lynn Looney, Pivot Point International, ./ 105 Edwards Road l Food Stamps Welcomed
Becky Nugent,Leslie Knight,Michele ..I !
Cannon each sold 100 boxes of Advanced Haircutting Clinics 964-8290 Starke ,
cookies.We a
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really appreciate the use of the '
American Legion building for the Glass I I I'442F "
cookie cupboard, thanks Post 56. Looking t, '
Last week was a busy week for W., Ma scouts, many troops celebrated Girl ,,& : '
Scout Birthday, March 12, by doing ,.. ROUNDSTEAK Homoge.'nizQd'BACON' :
service projects for the community. Looking Glass I II .
Brownie Troop 311 picked up trash at I '
Edwards Road balifield and planted 450 Lawrence Blvd. 4737944'Kvystona MILK. '
,flowers at their meeting place, the CONNIE PAYNE Heights, FL :
Presbyterian Church on Call Street. '
Brownie Troop 683 enjoyed a S 5 f _: S S
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cookout at Wainwright Park on n.29 $1.99 '
Church Street Invited I !
recently they
their families and guests to share the Jb. Ib. Gal.l:

outing.The Econo ,Lodge acknowledgedGirl l.tt> PR ,Sweetheart I USDA, CheiceSmoked"S ". Pork
Scout Week by serving Girl Scout 'S
cookies to their customers instead of. 'WHITE Bacon "NECKIBREAD '
the usual mints. Thanks Pat. USHED Wrap "
Lake Butler Brownie Troop 622 and
Junior Troop 454 recently finished a FILETS BONES' 'S
first-aid session. The Lake Butler ,
Rescue talked to the scouts and gave .

'They everyone aiso a made tour of a the trip Rescue to The vehicle.Starke ALL ,REMAINING f ; ,2/99 8'9' .5'9'20oz .,(:'

Bowling Lanes and the Pizza Hut. loaves' I :
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and studied about our country, PR
the American flag and the origins. -
Homemade Ra.,Premium 2Vi Dezin'Flat I
SUPPLIES .
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They are planning a trip the 1-
Jacksonville museum in April.
Lila Rae Yawn Laurie Mullins ... .. MOST 8ELOMCOST /. .:. :. .. ountryStyle Whole :Fresh .
Joyce Sutton, Elizabeth Givens '
Walker, Jack and Carolyn Eavea attended BRLi3NE5 -SfcBUS., 6 'STU StfO) STlC SABLE: SAUSAGEFRYERS' EGGS

the annual Friendship Dinner ARTISTS Of'L5 -.SALg PRICED FROM :8S C ATU6& .
last Friday night at the Southern Bell .
Tower In downtown Jacksonville,The 'ftJeeWA + OU)JY olS> r ttoyi o4 A TUBE LMurfQtianWy .

theme. was international for the CALIU&RAPNy'SEV5-. SPOtDSftUO5MIR0IO L': .$1'.0911. .6'3C :* 2.29
festive evening, the food, was : .

delicious and plentiful, many people: STENCILS, STeNciurjOF&iMTSj.n STEHOC BRUSHES r lb.-.. .. 'eaflalUSDAChotee ..
were in costumes of another country 'SKETCH'PAiSiPEMCIL9wAitNA$ .
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and the decorations 0 '
were also appropriate ERIS RS. LHAt CA1.* Pt6T ,, I '
for the occasion. US f\1)( \ n'Nf&I i' _::Fresiq' .

'Ann An and added DeWitt bonus Farabee for us was at the finding din 060KS wOODFkI CRAFT NBV! J1E5 U' I' U V ; BEEF RUMP ,Oil ."

:ner. While DeWitt was minister;at % PiCnI, Fincr ps SIRLOIN TNP
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First Methodist Church in Starke :
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la scout leader here., We en-: y a dt rs i' ROASTBOILED ,
._''JeyMI '.vfaHtaK. with them,and were; / 'yc. trs tta ttaa1 r'r'J ,, '' '
happy"toss** DeWItfa ::,church: in r '
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+ Jacksonville receive teco niuatlonl I : 'T'I"J. \ $ 39 : t.'
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485-1344 Davisphone Day at the Brooker Baptist Church as Donna McDavid, Bobby' Adams, ants, 3648 W, L 30; 8-8-4 shoes and'rifF&e planning day for all teachers in the to begin play the week of April >?. A
the young people took over the morn- Christina Bath, Ginger Adams Andrea ",)'1 shirt; womena sizes 16 or 18 J>rfd( tl.. County School system. baseball and Softball jamboree i t
Sue Davis, Mildred Green ing services. Responses of the youth Moon, Pam WUllngham; Vince (Hacks, large blouse and 6Mi to 7 Therefore, this will be .a holiday for scheduled In Brooker Friday and
r.r.Enjoy Weekend Away.... were wonderful and it to very gratify Robinson, Josh Lewis Michael shoes; young man, pants 29x31, small students < ._. Saturday, April b & 7, with pror.ecds'
ing to see the appreciation in the facesof Tolleson; Wayne Davis, AHysort fthlrt, 8V4-9 shoe One child, 2 yrs. old going to the BAA.Carpet _
I Sue Davis and Mildred Green en these young people when they can Beutke and Roxanna Kelly clothing and one child, 3V6 years ola -..' _
joyed a weekend of fun and fellowship display their talents and beliefs. clothing. Anyone who wishes to Baseball T-Bap, Softball
.' at the home of the Allen Green's last Parents and guests realized that they Fire Destroys Home... donate may do so by leaving items Team Begin Practice by Frodrlcksfj
: weekend In Wildwood. \ are becoming more and more responsive Saturday evening the home of 'with Mrs. Ruby Alllfc In Brooker. Baseball,T-Bail,and Softball teams
I' Upon arrival, the Greens and the to their church and community. Ralford Jetstone was, destroyed by I. i under the Brooker Athletic Associa,.. ". O In-lforca Shopping ,
$ two guests loaded up for a trip to the Those filling positions during the fire while the family was in Starke School News.., tion's sponsorship are now practicing JTvrf( ,,'Carpet,
t Sumter County Fair. Exhibits at the morning services were Thomas visiting their daughter. The. family Friday, March 23 for the upcoming baseball and soft- I, Parquet)
fair were outstanding but the realtreat Moon, Deena Cox, Tootsie Tucker, lost everything and are in need of Teacher Planning Day ball seasons. Call 473-2356,

.i talent was show.A yet. to come that being a Patricia Bath Howard Mott, Jr,. clothing in the following sizes. ; Mens Friday, March 23, is a teacher's. Leagues are tentatively. ? scheduled.! Ask for Lynn

young guitar player, Sheldrick
McNeal, received a check in the I' .
amount of $75 for music he had written -
"Cross Town Traffic", which was
played by the South Sumter High
School Band. Later in the program

cohipT t e 'silence prevanecr ar uw Ron Anderson and Jim
completion of a dramatic reading ,
"Dead, at Sixteen", presented by

Scott This Barry.reading was beautifully ex :i Walker invite' to

ecuted with great feeling and compas you
sion. Then the one talent the audience, -
had been waiting for Young 10yearold -
out and drive the
Tammy Green with a vocal solo, come

,. "Jesus, I Believe What You Said",
Tammy captivated the audience with

her control In voice and delivery of New Chrysler products.
the song. She was presented the first
place winner award and a check for '

;, ITS.Sunday, the family friends and Your full service dealer. ,

relatives all gathered at the Green's ,,', : ', "
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home for a hamburger cookout with ." (.,.' .:. ., I I .,,:.,\' :v. ,
all the trimmings,'honoring Tammyand :: "
her sister, Lana, on their recent ,,,1"
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girls opened their many gifts and the ,
party was completed followed by the (
traditional eating of birthday cake \ 'Set
and ice cream, before the, travelers GhP1et
i had to head for home

Church News.. ,
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There will be a talent show at the
Dedan Baptist Church Sunday,March
25, beginning at 6 p.m. Anyone who
r, wishes may come and take part In the :
evening activities: Do you play the'
r piano, guitar or sing? You are invited .'.'{r Aryp{
l to come and bring a friend, enjoy the
l 'fellowship in song and music. Worship -
services follow the talent show. T : .
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wife, Paula, is the daughter of Paul
and Mary McKee of Starke.
Carey, a vehicle driver with the 3rd 1
Support Command, was previous

assigned at Dugway. '
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Pvtj Curtis L* Jones; a 1983 .f" ',. ,.:: ; ,
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By Mark FrledllnBCT Staff Writer i ((904))):496-3921 after 8 p.m. ((904)) 964-6534 I ,,": ,
I Over 5 000 people are. expected to attend the 46th Annual Clay ,
Cooperative Annual meeting March 22 in Keystone Heights, the home Hwy 121 South Lake Butler,Florida to ,

headquarters located on U.S. 100. : SEE RALPH HAZEN OR BUTCH FAULKNER ,, "
The event will feature Secretary of State George Firestone an 01 .,
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speaker: Angus Hastings president of the board of trustees 'I "
selection of Firestone in February,when he said"I know all the co-op : NO. ,, ; ., : ,
attending the annual meeting will welcome him and bee keenly :
speech. He is a friend of the rural electric program." ..:... _
Other highlights of the annual meeting will include a return visit by J.; tlixYY;: l
tures, a well-known gospel singing group which turned In a popular : :. We.w t"
mance last year, and the ever-popular free chicken dinners and door ,
The Scriptures are expected to get underway shortly after the morning i
session is completed at around 9:30: a.m: :: Save YouMoney
Up for re-election as board members this year'are Sam Hogg ( : SAVE SAVE .
Tommy Malphurs (District 4)and Floyd Gnann(District 6).The ;
I incumbants, ,were unanimously selected by members during 1984 5-10-15 10-10-10
district meetings. : Bythe.Bagor
I All members in attendence at the March 22 anual meeting will cast $14800
$15'500 Load
By the Truck
for these candidates. : : ton ton
A change In the election nomination procedures was voted In last
change allows the two nominees getting the highest vote at the district
I'' to appear on the voting machine ballot during the general meeting
provision also provided for write-in candidates,however' the event :
wanted to nominate another candidate. '" '
All members registered at the annual meetings? are eligible to vote in Savings Field Com Seeds! .
tion for the cooperative's board of trustees. The position on the board
three term. ; / '
year :;
Also in store for the members and their guests at the annual meeting CORN North RudklngMcNair COKER 77
the chance to win some of the many door prizes donated by '
merchants and concerns, which will be given away at the close of the ,, A ( ) 508 5 2. 2 0 Bag
later in the afternoon. '
95 $41.75tag Manyfnhenlo
Choose From


Schedule of Events, !' .bag' I I

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,'/ 1 i. Need For ;A ,
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,, *' A'My: : t ', <"';' *.'""''',':, \",,, : LAWN ,SLEEPING. RABIES & ':. "
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f ,, Y SICKNESS
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Meeting Called to Order') .'.,;. . . ...'< Angus Hastings, : PARVO, : '
.' ." "' '' 'Board of ,SHOTS
''V' SHOTS
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Invocation . /-. ::"I'.Y.?k ij,'".' '''""! <,,,/"."'&..Rev.'W.M.; ,."Bill" Wolfe, Sr, i FOR HORSES
""if&i&'t'tf! 1; \':; "'r ;..''t!:pak Hill Baptist! Church" ...c.+ ,r. .r v oo ;.o. o. FOR DOGS ...,

Certification of Notice of Meeting;m,1 l;t 1,{vt M;, r v'V';' /: ,","" f$; ..'t; :A;;;".._" .
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Determination of Quorun) "" '
Reading ,of( Minutes '

Candidates for Trustee as Selected by Members of Trustee Districts. 4, .
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Placed In Nomination your farm needs; '
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Appointment of Tellers and Inspectors 46" Chain Link Gates Now *'* Now

Business Meeting Recesses f for Voting Entertainment;.lunctf'tJ.( Fencing Needs:' 4 foot 26.10 each Wrangler

Entertainment. . . . ?! :!.'. I.CiKty! Xrhe .
6 foot 33.50 Mens & Ladies
Note: Special Information audio/visual programs will be shown from 10:30: ". = 59.per roll" ,
1 p.m. In the building adjacent to the exhibit area.Also many fine exhibits on a milk'1' .' 8 foot .31.75 each Dress Boots
of subjects have been set up In the exhibit area. .> 'y nciF :53.50 per roll .,;
A'i' IliUV/jfl' <(> .'' '"* "
; 10 foot 43.60 each
'V ... : 'S48t; 1,5; 4
-,.,,;" ,,"H-i'< "< ",; ,? ''r.>..' 23.75 roll 12 foot47.25 each

Ftled Chicken Luncheon. . .''.14/itl'l;;,.}'Prepared and 21.00 roll 14 foot 54.50 each

; "; :,, ",, Clay Electric!
,: 1 -< 1 -, 16 foot 58.90 each
.'' 24.00 roll r '
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.0// '",':->",,',,nt'\ 'I, "". '" 1 P.M u.\, "\'. ',, .' ( ) Wolverines:

Business Meeting'Reconvenes: :.',1. ', *fjY.f.'f:! : '-,;.'; : :': Angus Hastings, ) Panels-15.95, : ea. BOOTS
5

Duty panel-
Invocation"\ .'1'"W"'i: :,I il f;, ,;!)",,g 111. 'M! "" ;Rev.,Jack Wlngate. Assoc Panels 17.95: ea Heavy
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I >P&c.'nft-STOfflF! MmWi:; '"TH'n.V'jS.8" I Church! Keystone : Panel Gates $ 3 9 _$ 5 750
Introduction of Board of Trustees arid Management;;'Angus Hastings, 4 foot 15.95 each ..

I Introduction of Quests, i .t.;1;,\P ':4.' .&;. ',:;..:,:,'/-T.B.,, Millican, ,. General'' I \ Heavy Duty! 7-Bar 6 foot 19.50 each p air I

Introduction of Special Guests : ...., , '. .'. .Wayne. HollingsWorth, : "Bun! Pipe Gates> ,

Introduction of Speaker of the Day . . ',' Wayne Holllngsworth, each 8 foot 26.25 each Boot 'Cut' &
25.00
foot
4 -
Speaker of the'Day . . , Secretary of State.George ;;:' 10 foot 30.25 each

Presentation of Awards . . '. . Floyd Gnann, Vice : : 6 foot 30.10, each 12 foot-32.25 each Straight Leg

President's Remarks . : . . . . Angus Hastings, ,,8 foot .,32.25 each 14 foot 35.90 each Wrangler Jeans]

anager'. Report..' . vtav, . ., ', TB Milllcan, General I 10 foot 35.95 each
: .: : :, : : 16 foot 42.25 each
,Unfinished Business :, : ,. ,'":, 'o'h .\',, '. ? 12 fool 37.,75' each S *fl KS 9 5
l" : 0
New Business W I I
'' I'. : I ;' dIJH vv 41.55 each .pair
Benediction. .'. .'. .,. . .? 'iW$ ., \-,' ":f; >'SMjJUfa' { Rev. Jack : 14 foot Rough Cut Cypress Lumber
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Drawing of Door Prizes ', *%! ,,, $.,!f., ?VafT' 1f' Wt, s&; ,.,'r 1 ; ;; 16 toot 44,90 each 1"x4"x8'1.15 ,
'f ," ,' ,}
Close'i.\ ; ; Ii Ij :" '
I I Recess Until Polls" '11.\1: tj'/N1ft' :I ;I\i-..f.\iI-pq, \!;, :1 ,; ; ;; ; 1"x4"x10'1.45 '1"x6"x16'CCA Pressure
6 P.M ; 1 .Qi'k t i r '
I .jlfr; '' !oJ ( : 1"x4"x12'1.75 Treated Lumber 3.654"x4"x8'CCA
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: y "\ :r.'j iry.I 25 year Guarantee .
Report on Election Results. ,,.".,>. ., vi. ,.'f. ,* ,,Angus Hastings 1"x6"x8'-1.85 Pressure
CCA Pressure
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I i i .Adjourn I,, .,\" i .,:'"","". \ ', ,' Treated Fence Posts; 1"x6"x10'-2.35 Treated Posts -', 3.20,

I'' ,. ; 6'x.2n2N1.304ea6y2 1"x6"x12"2.852"x4"x8' 4"x4"x10 *6.40
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Ii II bs x2Vz"-3"-1.50ea 2.35 4"x4"kl2'7.25.
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M, ore... Antiaue. 'fromp, ,; e 1"1'.1 :- 6y2'x3"-31/2ir-1.80: ea 2"x4"x10'2.95
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a : 61/2x31/2"-4" 2.00 ea6tt'x4"5" 2"x4"x12'- '3.50
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1'.1 Louisa's Oddwarev,.. Klinger ,, ,, 2.35 ea 2"x6"x8'3.75 ,." I
;'Other exhibitors Included in this
Mildred TBZ; Cattle,Paste.Wormer: :
I week's show are: Harm's Glass and Antiques 8' x 3"-4" 3.40 each 2"x6"x10'4.652"x6"x12'5.65 '
Peeler, Hodgepodge and' ,
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Collectibles Tampa Pat's 12.65Iube
I ,Jerry Swanson, all of ; : 8'x4"5"4.25each8'x5"6"6.50each
J Treasures, Orlando;' Adela Cruao. \
I Longwood, Florida; Appleseed Anti The' ,W irien', Club of ; ; 4"x4"x10'...: *5.804"x4"x12'7.00 ramisol Gel CattleWormer ,
clues,Green Cove Springs; Crossroad *, 19.75 tube '
Antiques and Audry Petro, Palatka; members are planning to use 10'x4"-5"-6.30 each10'x5"6"
I Caribbean Antiques, Katherlne seeds from this'year's,-show, Spotton Cattle (Insec
the Women's Club to I 9.30. each ,
and Boston ,
Chandler Bee
Antiques '
of 1 tickle 16.40. pint
alt from Gainesville; Lallra'IPAnti-' support Special Olympics ;:
da .Girl's Ranch and
jl I qtiea and Collectibles Waldo; Dena'a: r
and 4
beautification
Trinkets and Treasures? High .Spr I
I .jects. '
lags;' Pineapple PostAntlques1.Callahan : Bahlagrass Pursley's
,. Perrill's Antiques Middteburg. -'' ;/'It was a great day just .SOD to. Purina ?
I .,, Shirley's This and That :to' talk'' to' 10 many co11 d s 4'5 Ib" SEVILLE TURF ,. !

Ir The Ala.hua Glass; Spinning Corner Wheel, Tallahassee;Lake Clty;. 4= one Adele roof LCruseo was,-,exciting'-"The', : 1 Now 'here for the ',SUpR Wock s i

: ,Towne Antiques Deland,and Revs here should be congrat Pearl Mallet ,'. : Lawn Grass of the 80's ,$ 72 5 .
: Collectibles Ruth of Bayard Squire's and many of the projects ,t' / I ( : :
Roost Terry Carver Antiques, accomplished/ .here,.' lb. : : 32 plugs to tray : ea. :fl
'" ... : : ,' ::: : ,", >: '3.95 ,,,, \ :, \
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Appreciation"Supper 4 OT More
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For,Sen. Bill ,Grant'I ; / Steer.Fat .1 I!

Saturday March 24 ] ; I
: 4.70 $70'
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; 'A free barbecue and country'muttI'.J 50 Ib. bag '. f
1
show will be held, al 'Sheriff John ,r .iP." ;'
;' Whitehead' farm (In" Union County k ,", :
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I Saturday,' Marcb'24;, for Sen. BUT ,, ; : : I' '.
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Grant.,Country music, stagers; and e uM1t, ;' "
:' square dancing will featured in the :, : ; r'" ,': : ''' tlle Seeds, Barn Pates, Hardware," Chemicals, Hay, TIM, Wftlverfm I :Beels,", '
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invited.family entert8lnment."he'puhlicU.County Road C-287. southeast' ,<".;Vw'' "" 'i'1' "I 111111 Feeders, Water Irau..lw, PVC Pita Feed J Pettinfi, Soils, Peat., Pt .MeiI,

1 of Lake Butler { ,'
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Iii t1 t'i!'], J '" 'V' VRAI(f4dpWI11lYu7 ; Supplies & a whale lat mare. ,


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