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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 29, 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 )
 Notes
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
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04359
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Carver of the opening of the $2.50 per plate. ; :'.. :
Bradford County Fair to run this In a major schedule change, the
Wednesday through Sate Bradford-union FFA and 4-H Swine ,' .:

April 47.Thousands Sale is set Friday night, April, in an .
Vn 'are expected to trek effort to attract more bidders for the : =
rj rut the fairgrounds on US-301 60 to 70 pigs' expected. The 4-H and :-'-.:-;::"

2 of Starke during the four-day Fir A steer show, With 38 steers set to -:
.. ,; ,I x' s a enter has been switched to Thursday
',, 1 5 t starting at noon Wednesday ,
,kv'ak 4,', with a ribbon cutting'' 'night,April S. The steer sale, usually :"':':
the biggest livestock event is still set --:
6 Visitors will come to see
arts and crafts, cooking and bak Saturday night, April 7.
a. the sewing projects, all made by Purpose of Rural-Urban. Day is to .

artisans of different skills. foster good relations between those _.._
come to see Miss America who live in the country and those. who ,
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Thursday,,Friday, and Satur Miss America... :, .,."".
Miss America;Vanessa Williams of ::

And, don't forget the midway which New York, will appear opening day, '___,
the youngsters. Tickets' are Wednesday, April,instead of Thurs:5
for$1 at elementary schools and day, as usual. .. .;
until 1 p.m. Saturday at the Starke Miss America will arrive Monday :.;:
of Commerce After that, and be at Lake Chevrolet'Tuesday L
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will be 75-cents each. April 3, from 5-7 p.m. to meet the -. "':

.public and at the fair Wednesday*( .' ,
4 front 2-4 and 5-7 She : :.
April p.m p.m. -
"' j -. i Drier... will leave Thursday/after her longest '.":':..!
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v and are drier this year;
A $6,000 drainage system has been Midway Ride Tickets. .

.. .,44r 30 inches under the midway On Sale Now.... ::
and is doing an excellent job of
Midway ride tickets are three for$1
the midway area firm say
and county >extension 'agent through Saturday, March 31. .
When the midway arrives Monday.
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Taylor. system suppos-
to remove two inches Of water in 24 April 2, fide tickets will cost 75-Cents' .

Something Missing i .? J. F The area has been surveyed .each..; Each ticket will be good for' one. ,
: ". ride na'ttiatUjr..whatit: says 01.10'the mmiilOit, .
?,_ .';.1'01bet\ ,"'bouLJi4l1tu-r.Sfiltl"; : : ;k' r ..I'Y.p; s..1n. Le tcWfl ; :* runs levels-and the' dUich.system; ,t.1 ci4at.! ......99 c: .rstn":; ft.1"-CIta't'f'b' Jl' .
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missing after the ft-degrre C'hrlstnmn! tre'e& Brycmrt: ,Douglas plants; 'Manager Ike Cooney.\ ,,:#'" :F.'!
Glen Norman is pointing over Ills shoulder to all lived. It will. be nothing from of running the buildings onto the via midway ditches, Tickets from- last,year may not be

At left Glen Starling checks the health of th.J&'ntt't'of a berry plant on used, says Cooney, according to the
from the buildings. .
Starling farm near Iawtey. That's where. thejfllay! berries, and the .. contract with the midway. operator.
,profit will come from FIt's Of course;, both' Carver and Taylor'.' Tickets are' being sold at the
the ground would be muddy if a Chamber of Commerce office from 9
rain hits on opening day But, a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9
!\Ow.1t' looks as if moving the fair .:m., to 1 p.m. Saturday,, March 31.
o a Gamble 4| But... a week was the best thing that .Tickets will' also be' on sale at

happen. Southstde, Hampton, Lawtey
4 IN)1" Brooker Elementary Schools, Brad
Berries Due 'In' L JBig This Week Queen to Reign'... ford Middle School, and,Union High
..Ai' A ribbon cutting ceremony a4 noon School in Lake Butler. :
Growing strawberries is a gamble. ., the new Strawberry Queen, to be General 'admission tickets to the
It costs $2,500 to $3,000 to get berries, planted last September, to the Saturday night; March 31,, fairgrounds will be 50 cents. $2 Fain
ducing stage. Growers were scrapping pre-Christmas berries with offically open ,the fair Wednes, Association memberships 'arer
looking good. Then a 20-hour, 8 degree Christmas eve freeze kills plants April 4. available from the Chamber office
to the roots. and can be used as admission tickets.
Now, the plants have recovered. About half the Sequoia plants were Day... Growers ;'are scrapping the first ..
in the freeze, but ones left look healthy. ,Douglas! plants, developed The annual Rural-Urban Day strawberries because of the late "

Canada, can withstand more Cold and came through the freeze. dinner, sponsored by the .freeze. If there is enough quality fruit
Leon Starling at Lawtey has scrapped 51 flats last week. :.: Rotary, Club, is also set, at at fair time County Agent Bobby
The price is good, about $8 a flat, which growers feel they need to >> .. ''Taylor may auction. : some off each
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Then came the Tuesday gully-washer. The berries needed some ram, ; ., j',
not four inches. Too much rain rots the fruit on the bushes. If the : 'l'f' ','. .
don't rot they become too full of water and the quality.goes. ,
demand berries Glen Starling, the son In B-Sectibn "
There is a for Bradford now, says o ,. ," ,
Leon Starling. Glen and Leon have about seven acres of berries. Glen I r .,
at the state farm and spends every available spare minute on the w 'I -
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; farm ort SR-225 just west of Lawtey, Sunshine( Industries... '
Plant City berries are still coming In.Bul the Bradford berries are will be holding"en Open House thfs Friday beginning at 10 ; J

and people are calling the Starlings about when they're going to open a.m. The show Is a chance for the.more than 40 clients now at
Held for U-pickers. The berries are just not there yet. And, Leon Is
the throw doors and show off of the
some
center to .their
increase of 25-Cents.. open
ing raising the price to 75 cents per quart, an '
Right now, Glen says,all the berries they have in their twice per we items they have made
scrapping are going to roadside' dealers.. Selling the berries is no ; ,, !In, the r past yearn If" ': $ sPrlnt :;r. 1 : :

the dealers tell the Starlings. ? > f'i: : ;i\ \ ir I .
There just Isn't the production this year, Glen says, comparing 84 to A
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year when Bradford bushes produced more berries than growers could -A-Kid! ... ft} fc.I iji'',':, d f .;,

I rid of. Bushes plowed up last summer had more berries than the new A new program sponsored by the Bradford Child ;.
1 1i this year Glen says: Prevention! Project I Ii.a success at Hampton! Elementary *' '

rt It appears this will be a low production year, with prices remaining .'< .* '' -y\ :;*. :?! \2 ::-';t t''ffei' wJ f
There are some 100 acres of strawberries in' Bradford County, '
around the Lawtey area. Grower with the most acreage. 15-20 acres;Is ,. Scottish Games:., ,,,,T.--: ,, i.j"; ;,'> ,,- |'a4H'} { ''.:

(Buddy) Norman. Growers with sizable acreage are familiar names r. this annual event. will) beheld. In, ,,Jacksonville this' 'weekend.. 'Lli f.:;.
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Milliard, Morris and David Carter, and Leon Starling.JMewr' growers this- '1=lllIIifI1" < :' / ;Jf"' ;1 r:' :

are David and Richard.WainwrightS ..',. -':r Tornado rlcttm.."::s'! :,{!t/---: V': 4k.a' :,irs\" ,rftt, t
i Glen Starling says,growers will have to pick Into May to come out.Will Fran Frazer heardwhat. sounded.like. : a'"monster train";when
cool nights and warm, days hold that long? Who knows?
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f .Approval'to advertise rules requiring the requirement can be Increasedmore ministrators are .studying students .:...;".." ..:....to....-.... ..-.. ....,;........... Nine elective courses w.d't" re-" 'Assessment .Test! v4 Part 111. requlremenmt -' .=:-:.
Bradford High graduates to have if necessary and pointed out having fewer required courses in the all major political systems as to include: should be met Requests
f l.not; more than two'credcredits; in for waiver of the for -, .
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requirement
in the Americanism program
24 credits two, more than present the 24 credits are an increase of two ninth grade, when a lot of students prescribed
I was given Monday night. March 19, credits. The 24 credits will also be. re- drop out. Ninth, graders currently sus. Communism course. and/or, compensatory ,i enrollment'must'be filed with
school board quired by state law.Requirements take 5 required courses, sophomores .One credit In American history.Onehalf in'-mathematics', :and: the high school ''administrator High
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by
Senlor$."of .986-87. the current for 84-85 and 85-88 4- and juniors 3. Administrators are '- credit,, in economics l ngu&ge arts.The; counting of these' school and vocational guidance services -
I k courses begins,with ,tfie'9IJ4-8Ii will be utilized to finaldecision
of prior a
about cluding study .
freshman class,'would have to earn 24 graduates would remain 22 credits, thinking delaying some re- a comparative '
. credits ..two more than present, to except a third year of science will be quired subjects until later years; .history, doctrines, and year in. by the principal, ,
)... more than V* credit ex Additional requirements would be:
from BHS. The school board required. It will mean switching one A major concern is the 50 percent all major economic systems.Onehalf
' graduate
: vocational, courses, thrw, All seniors will attend school for a
V.' will hold a public hearing,. then vote elective course to the science area. loss of students from the tim they credit in .
1 ; the requirements at its next ,Supt. Tom Casey said he,BUS Principal enter the ninth grade until their class government. In practical arts home full school day.Conditions which warrant "
on Jim Duncan and Vo-Tech graduates.Beginning. : -One-balf credit in Practical and the maximum' allowed special review may be submitted .
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: .regular meeting, set 'Vocational law:; for volunteer ,n4 ,the and principal to the
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by parents
}0 i The School Board unanimously approved Director David Smith spent...a goodmanyhours" with the: 83-84 school, Education:. '. ion } '
! ; activities. It, a waiver Is'
the in.the past two weeks the ninth grade class would berequired One-half credit In performing superintendent.
\ ,advertiang proposed State student performance stan. granted,'it must be determined that
i instruc- going over the new requirements to to earn credits for graduation ;arts to be selected from music, .
'only English
cflang Again. the following criteria i' :. .drama Jncludei ,'a) Mastery of .alb, minimum" \requirements for : -
or
students on
each level of if painting sculpture. ;
1 who is also presidentof make sure .
Miller, ,
: : tor Julie student performanM slaw, graduationqin fie ..t. 'Ii""
themselves,will be able to'earn Four credits in English, with mai ,; One-half credit in life mal18 ,
' Bradford Jducatlon"AasocIa-! they apply .
C the credits to graduate. .jorj concentration I In composition and'j: ment skills to Include nutrition, for Gkadel '" State iftudertt> Where cretfit given tor.Work''pro +? '
Y in favor o| 26 to 20 credit enough '
spoke '
lion, electives literature.: / -:. education, consumer education Test;.b)Passage of State as;. Agriculture
enough so .
There are
't" for graduation! requirements, COnehalf ';'Test Part'II. Students' ve Diversified! Cooperative
fear hav 'students should be able to take the required Three credits mathematics.. ;V and the hazards of smoking. eamSnauch.*
Teachers, Mrs Miller say*; don't- number of courses and keep up Three credits lit science,, of which*,, credit in physical,e .
\ lit their : T-: must be met : ;
treed especially ,two credits must have laboratory V:v tion to Include 888 8IImenC. .
the credit// ; !! the their grade point average. Nm4IIDta of state law andstate
;' "We all think it will be.very produelive component. maintenance!;! of personal fitness. Before a student"i& enrolled In a a) All f09
stature funds the 7-period day. ta 1 ,1: job for1 credit board of education rates nuttt be
said Casey. One credit 'in world history ,: rently two credits. in physical program;

'i(., : rs-of the Patricia school Spengler board, pointed chairper-out. .Principal/: Supt.Duncan, said' ad-- eluding. a comparative study. of-the'it;t4 lion are, required.{;' "(iV,',> ''\>l ;\:: 'I,; ; gHMttattaHi. "m" +;.State, ,Ld Student',.... : ;,". .,*{i '17 ,,04ji'ff, :,;t ::1,-III'?;; r"4'tt :


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Thought for the week.., :. andthe!' first. class to have all the
All of Oo.r. ro.d.l.... to p.McfirI ,,," \ it ;ttis<-on the OlstwiU win the comb
'W'9s petition. Each part clpant will get a +
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Scavenger Hunt... set of rules with the'list.-, <: K l p i. ,I If Ii
The BHS student council'bas The point system for*3te'competition
created the ultimate way for the will be very generous .find this
classes to earn points for the Class-of- could rnelJlbrlnl class'Witlr low'points '
the-Year competition. : to 'a winning position. There
How about a Scavenger Hunt enabling will be 300 points awarded ion.first.

students to comb every part of the place 150 for second place, 73, for iflf' ". ,FUIt. .,, ,VUI'' ,:4outhside -.I--D \J ...J I i Ilia J -v "',..........i" _.? 4 .-- '. 'i
school for items. This will be the final third, and 25 for fourth _....-. ,'" ".1 "
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competition between classes and .t'Jj-t",: !' 'i; $ Elementary Smarties.. I ,
everyone Is encouraged to. par Juniors Win Tug of War..* Fifty SouthslJe Elementary students earned stralght-A's on their report The name of Amy Jones Was left:off the stralgljt-A list for the third six- ,j
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ticipate. This unusual event will be the Junior Class came out on top of ; cards for the fourth six-weeks grading period which ended March 24. weeks.' __
held Friday March 30, during first the tug of war competition between They are (l-r) : '
and second lunch. classes March 16. The results were as Front rowShelley Dampier April Johnson, Heather Safer Dana Warren, .j.
There will be four boxes out in the follows; first lunch, Juniors took ,1st Aaron Ward, Julie Thomas Wayne Crawford, Amanda Adamson, April \
field behind the library, one for each with 50 points Seniors took 2nd with Mosley, Becky Phillips Leigh Ann Odom, Jane StaivwU-IIuy., Kell| West, i I
class. At these boxes participants can 30 points, and the Freshmen took 3rd Bethany' lee. '> "
pick up a list of Items to scavenge for. with 20 points. In the second lunch, Second row Harry Hatcher, Melissa Rodgers, Heather'
The list of each class will be differentand Juniors took first with 50 points, the llersey, Amy Triest, Shannon Safer, l.lnclsey! Walkup, Amy Rankin Joe cJLon &Ut/4 CnsneepStarke's
there. are two different sets of Freshmen were second wity 30 and Starling Chad Farnsworth, Julie taper, Brittany Hula Timothy Armen-
lists, one for each lunch. Almost Sophomores took 3rd with. 20! points. trout. Michael McKinney, Matthew Combs, Christy Jones! Kimberly I! .. '
I' Douglas, Amy Packham, Carrie Tillman, James Smith, Byron lee, Hay 1 ,
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Durban, Ethan Fuquay, Amanda Floyd, Monica Nichols Molly O'Neal, J. ,
Julie Ponder Santlya Sarnt, Kelly Stewart' No. 1 Electronic; ; Tune-Up, Specialist. ( ,
Back row-' Sharea Myers, Brian Canova, and Matthew Eunice. .\
Ends
Odds and : .
__ Absent on picture day were.: Michelle' dimming, Jim Autry, and Maria I I ,.-

Toth. ELECTRICAL. BATTERY : I 'J
BARC Sponsoring Raffle.;.. I' "

A raffle is being sponsored by the Bradford' Association For Retarded CARBURETOR ;! .. .;' 1 !
Citizens to raise funds for the organization. FUEL INJECTION '...
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The $1 tickets could be good for the following: $100 worth of groceries, 25 RON DENMARK INSURANCE !,ie :, ,
gallons of gas, one case ot motor oil. a whole ham, a macrame. purse, or a Domestic J! ; ;i"t. ; ,.
sunbonnet girl clock. '! Representing/ Pnx&rrfwl Foreign: \,. 'I: J
The following businesses contributed tote raffle: Winn Dixie,Torode Oil ... .
Co., Register Oil Co., The Meat Store, Ivis's Macrame. Shop, and SunbonnetGirl -HomeAuto | -Life i : ::,.4< ,
-Mobile}fame 1 t. '
Crafts. i '
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General Diagnosis for All, Problems'
Tickets can be purchased at The Meat Store, Ivis' Macrame Shop, Sunbonnet : .. ", :
Girl Crafts, Sunshine Industries, Leila's Style, Shop or from.any BARC ; ,
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The drawing will be held 10 p.m., April 7, at the Bradford County' ',' ;
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Fairgrounds. 2117 N.Temple- U.S. 301 N. Storks ,,. ,. I

Tot Finder Stickers Still Available... --- \ .
Tot Finder stickers,'made to tell firemen which rooms ink burning house'are -- --

occupied by children, are still available from the Heilbron Springs Fire I I. \'

Department.Some 5,700 of' the stickers have been given out. Several hundred remain, Roberts Insurance Inc." J. 0! ,vi i{: r .

and can be gotten free by the request of a parent. The stickers will be / iiiV Mr I elijfe 986 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Florida 32091 !
available at the Heilbron Springs FD booth at the county fair next week or 964-7828 I
can be gotten by sending a self-addressed.envelope to Terry McCarthy,P.O. I. i, ;; / "'', 1
Box 342, Starke, FL 32091. George Roberts Insurance, Inc., Is your one-step, INDEPENDENT j
A third of all casualties in fires last year,,were children, and a high percen- '. '' '' : ,r
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representing:''
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tage died in their own rooms because firemen couldn't locate the children, ; .j'
McCarthy says. The signs should be posted on windows and the door of a :handir"' \':;" 'J
child's room'so firemen can tell where they are. a 1. ALLSTATE INS. CO. -Check our auto rates."You're' in good
with Allstate". ,I" : .' >i-; ? '?'i'f P

Heilbron Firemen Set Fund Raiser... iI 2. AETNA LIFE AND C SUALTY-The"Aetna,Glad I Me Ya v." ;!;:! ,.,\' ; .I .,
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i Company Check our homeowner rates. ;!i <'I', ,n ,., ,'r ', "
The Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual fund 3. NAI Aetna-Check our Farm and Business Rates. '' v i' '. ;.
raiser at the Bradford County Fair next Wednesday-Saturday, April 47. i I : .
Raffle tickets will be sold for $1 for 10 chances at a booth at the fair. The 4.MIT0OWNERS Check these life rates.'i'| .t !:'
firemen will also sell goodies, cakes, and cokes, etc. to raise funds. / P III I 'I.I, ,,"
Prizes to be given away are: $50 gift certificates from Norman's Produceand _____ 5. HIGlIRI KDRIVJ<:R-Wehaveaplariforyou.; 'I'} I .'
Corbett's Tire Service, $25 gift certificates from Starke Motor Parts, t '' '
Outfitters, and Julia's Florist; a $20 gift certificate from Western Steer I 1 1a. Come see .Is for all of your insurance needs. WE ARE COMPETIT: >I'E.;+I'r: _
Steak House, a front end alignment and tire balance from Mosley's Tire Ser i ; f

vice, a set of Jumper cables from the Automotive Parts Center, 2 luncheon .......,,, ....., H ..... M'i::
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opposition from operation despite because it is as much as 30 feet deep Fagan's son Toole said Mrs. Anri.; Fagan said he did not know about Fagan said the situation has been COUNTY ttUORAPHPfibllchadl
hours discussion his neighbor after an in places. He said there are no signs Fagan had promised in December to the SO foot right-of-way and would grossly blown out of proportion by two i
March 27, before Tuesday night, warning of the hole. repair the damage to his property by replace the dirt in that area. very selfish individuals. ovary ThurMlay
Zoning Board. the Bradford County Courtnay went on to say that some the trucks, but nothing has been done. Fagan said he is not a villan and After consideration of the regulations I at 139 W. Call Street <
The land' is located debris had been dumped in the pit and Fagan said drivers other than l lent attempting to endanger the lives Involved, the zoning board I Stark. Florida 32091 I :
and CR.21B between SR-21 that might cause pollution problemsto trucks headed for the borrow pit had of children or pollute the water. He unanimously decided to recommend J I
Jack.W along SpeedvllIe Road. the water supply in the area. used his land also and he couldn't be Mid he is running a small business approval' of a special permit' for Second Class pottage poid at .
-eceived Fagan told the board he Courtnay suggested a 50-foot set- responsible for all of them. He said aiM( trying to supply quality fill dirt to Fagan to continue his operation, with Starke, FloridaSubscription
off ce that he notice from the zoning back be established and that the pit be his son had made repairs to the tracks homesites In Bradford County, which certain stipulations. \I '
special needed to apply for a sloped and fenced to avoid hazardous his truck made. Urt many areas is very low and in need Board Member Jim Womack sug- : Rotes:
permit because his borrow pit falls. Toole expressed fear that land era of,filling. gested the board recommend that no t I
operation had Increased aignificanuy Fagan countered that the holes sion would ; In-trade area $10.00 per year
are creep onto neighboring i digging take place less than 50 feet
Fagan termed the regulation very well within his property and there property. He said: the borrow pit has :! Fagan said Courtnay knew he was from another property line. Addi- \ $5.50 six month
vague, pointing out the property had shouldn't be anyone walking around turned into a "large scale mining, ,:going to continue the borrow pit tionally, that of 6-12ths from '
been used as a borrow pit when he back there. He said the debris in- operation." .operation when he sold him the land that 50-foot mark used to avoid Outside area: $11 per year
purchased it two years ago. cludes concrete from the Bradford Another speaker on the issue was 'and other persons who had purchased hazardous depths where a person I \ ., $6.00 six months *
Fagan said the 12-acre site provided Hospital building site and there was Tom Roe of Florida Power & Light.,,. ,;land from Courtnay knew tie borrow could fall Straight down 30 feet. ,
excellent flU dirt for many roads no trash or garbage in the one Roe said the power company has, "...'1 -.--- --..,.......
and homesites in Bradford County including truckload that had been 'dumped 5O-foot rights-of-way and the excava t' 11r. '
some owned by the Persons there without his approval. tion is within! 13 feet of one of the poles* j :
who. had ..raised complaints against Zoning Director L.M. Gaines along Speedville Road. ,;;..$' ,
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pointed out that no location other than Roe said the''distance Is needed to ''. well be
Developer Jack Courtnay began by the county landfill .authorized for allow heavy equipment to service the..' This
reading a letter from James Arr- dumping.The power lines and also for safety.He, may
Ington;who lives east of Fagan. next complaint in the matter said the lines carry 115,000 volts to the"t;f
Courtnay said the borrow pit opera. was voiced by W.D. Toole Jr., who Starke Substation and Bradford '
Lion increased dramatically in the also lives nearby. Toole said trucks Hospital. He said pedestrians otherij
.past. -nine,. months and, could be hazar-. heading for the.borrow pit had cross- than workmen on digging equipment
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I Tangible. Personal Property Deadline is April: .. : .

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Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez -Farm/grove and. 'dairy equipment. property held by resident Florida!i In
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asks that all people: owning personal citizens is exempt from taxation and I
property located in Bradford I County Professional, medical and dental the requirement to file a return each? .i' ; '
return this information to his equipment .
office by year. : ... :'
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Florida law requires that holders of -Hotel motel apartment and ren- 4 .. .
While all information is ..I"!" "1:' : ,
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certain types of property pay taxes tal unit fuurniture equipment. I ; /" ':I" WI'
based on' the value of the property. strict confidence by state law, !His'l r i' r+, ." ,4.) 'hI'.
'Tangible. personal property Includescine" : Service station and. bulk plant neccessary that all property be ..... \,, '..L.;(/ Reynolds '
returned by April 2, as penalties up to sf ,PIJ. as"'x"* *,;
equipment. rit.h. is ::
25 percent may be assessed for fate / as easy ,I" .,,
furniture, 'machines and .i" '
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equipment and furniture., cerning tangible property in generalor RtCr., : \pa >\lF t \ :Jr''ll have to do is gather; used .. ,
January i their individual
Any property held on of own returns should
-Machinery and manufacturing 1984. contact the Appraiser's office, phone \ aluminum cans and bring them.

equipment., >>,71". ..,v. Alvarez stresses that household 964-6280 days. ,extension 216,in the next few \-74 _, in for cash. We pay a lower l price'for certain "
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BMS News.'. ( p Coming April, 1st on Display .' ,. atmosphere., So start collecting aluminum if I Reyll OI s :.

\. \: March 12 ,. MASSAGE -, WAY'. '; V today. The pounds will add up fast and so iltaarn in.um I '

Artist of the Week "/ Portable Hydro 5,' ,; kVI. will the dollars.. : .* ,,
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you as soon as they are sent back to I 3'more Trailer .
! the school. ::--...\'.\ Once only available In hospitalsand' will pay you our regular Bradford Recycling County farmers a ..
Dance \11l'J'1\( health spas now. In the! I I US..3$ more per pound f for Marketko.US 301. aTATefOUTl1O! I
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Beb. dance r \ AAassage-A-Way, transforms' any additional coupons In this newspaper on Call toll-hee BRADFORD XURTH0U6E'COUNTY I
Club sponsored a Friday ?
m., I 1(800)( )228-2525 for
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,March 16.There was a very good existing bath tub Into a healthy :".', Offer ends April I 1. t,984, current price Information.4f '
turnout and everyone was very well Invigorating"'Spall For less than I '' '
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behaved. 'SOCJ.QO. ,.AAassage-A-Wqty Is .:1/ .I.; .. .' .< .., 11"ft "" (\\'li\ 'rt I' ,'1-10.,; .,
Thanks to$eta Club sponsors Linda : : d 'i) 1CTt"I, .111'\ if lJ':,4 :! 'FT'i'iTa: : / dr./ci/ '; \ : '
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1 For PTA Computer.Raising Funds.. OUR WEEKLY. SPECIALS. ,

\ 'Southside PTA la sponsoring a program ( March 20 to April 4;,r ) '
to raise funds for purchasing .
l computer software. Students will be,, Save Real, Dollars. Right Now!
P taking orders for decorator tins filled
with candy at$4 each. A cannistcr set '

f .$12.50.of four The decorator money
when the products are delivered. 4
,t Orders are to be completed by April 2 ', .
and a proposed date "of delivery. is -- PARKER"ORTHO' Ask about our, other'
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Lawn Food Quality
M th- -Thon... Sevin .
p ,( Liquid ,
Some students are participating in e' Built for o Soil conditioners
a Math-A-Tbon to raise funds for St.Judo's FEntiLizcrt .
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: .Children) Hospital. These and mulches I '
i students will be completing math problems S ancl9as5es.; 'l iii ornamentals

and asking for pledges from p' ,. Complete ? flowers roses ''. Fresh flower and
the community, for ,each .problemcompleted. lawn food. \ lawns and trees. :
23% 'V: egetable'seedlactive !
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Roof Looking Good.... Regular I |s Ingredients '
$ 45 Weed and i insect
Southside has been undergoing extensive SALE PRICE .7 than other brands, : !
roof repair.We are happy that a 201 Ib Bag '. Regular Price *6" :*' control treatments!
.' leaks i' .
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peared.:'; ; v, '. \ }, :' : .i Pint $5'**: 'ly Long lasting garden

,Pictures Apr. 10.... ,i, \ 'SALE PRICE "1 ". *.*'> tools and equipment!
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Classroom pictures will be a :. ':

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Bradford County Middle School f ,. ', |g; And So Will 'We! .

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M. ",and. AFM.tN.eareed all elementary a Ctxn.'pesnu school: but*. o .Where You See' The Gold Kist Sign!

tar mllll.*..honor, wndwicfa.. (rwn, beans.ppN.atnJ' "! W Mutual H' :
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bal_iU<,..fruit..cup,cookie,milk., ',,tettuee'' ----T._ ' ,Af U 4.Umburron Bun ; '
N.df frta, baked bon, prjhMuc., 1 'JA;,:' T.lephon.11( ) W4-787J
riot IThto umtu was whiter. by Mr*; )IIngn'.. Ti' Open Mon.-frl 7:30 M-.5:30PM.Sat "III Noon
tlh erode dais.t SeuUwW Btam.) '. .
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I. Big Plans for Muck Farming Failed To Make Sampson City a Boom. Town? J JThe


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cluster of three lakes, Crosby, The writer, who lived hear Crosby Lakein .
Sampson, and Rowell extending from two 1879 and 1880,ventured on such journeys
miles west of Starke to the settlement called I many times and is probably the only one 1

"Sampson City", comprising about who has explored every part of the region. ,M161
eight square miles, was described as a Wild animals abounded, also wild cattle, : 3 24 $ I ''ftftcX44
mysterious and interesting territory by an wild hogs, and even wild dogs. Alligators \

early Starke surveyor, H.E. Lagergren.In up to 14 feet in length were common, and ,

an article,published in The Telegraph their bellowing could often be heard, even .
65 years ago Mr. Lagergren wrote in Starke. They were so abundant in the
western corner of Rowell Lake,at the headof
Up to 1890 this area was a complete terra
the short run between'it,and Sampson,
incognito (unknown country),for few
very
that a stout heart was required to push a
had ever visited all Its Fishermen
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parts. e t boat out them.
followed the rims of the three lakes in their among ,
boats, and sometimes,when the water was On both sides of this run was a bird roost j jI
high, worked across the swamps from one where countless gannets, cranes, curlews, -,_ :wa + rj ,jj j
lake to another,but not often,for sawgrass Indian Scouts, and water turkeys spent
and logs made the passage difficult and their nights and reared their young. The .'7" I'
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many were afraid to venture into the for water here was nasty and full of deep .'
bidding, swampy area. holes. Progress could'be made only by I \
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In the days of Watergate the question he was seeking employment. : )" : -- i TSw2s-* : f. --r.* &"-'<

"Would : Nimmo head of the .' (! >
about Richard Nixon was, you Robert P "
want to buy a used car''front this man?" Veterans Administration, resigned and ) ', ., i Map showing ..l-lak*area west of Stark. Dotted lln*b.tw..n Crosby and Sampson 1

Now the question about Edwin Meese, paid back $6,441 for improper use of his y; (t1 v" jLak.s was-rout* of proposed canal giving accss-to all thr* bodls of watr. J

Mr. Reagan's choice for U.S. Attorney official car..Richard. .L-4L". T- '._

General, is, "Would you want this man Allen, Mr. Reagan's first 1

to be the highest law enforcement officer national security adviser, resigned I .,

in the land?" after disclosure of his accepting gifts 'walking on the fallen logs, and when these venture, they kept on experimenting,but grew sweet potatoes to'eat with their \

The nomination of Mr. Meese for this from a Japanese magazine for White gave out, by holding on to the trees and pure muck is not a complete soil. possum, can still be seen (In 1919)). Track I i

position which, like Caesar's wife, House favors bushes. to keep from sliding into the holes. Meanwhile, the G.S. &'F. Railroad was ing the runaway slaves through slush, '
This place had been made by wildfires being built through this area, and nearly sawgrass, and bird roosts seldom proved '
illustrates
should be beyond again Burford 'administrator Rita
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reproach) ; that'' burned deep holes in the muck and touched Sampson Lake. About the same, successful, and the planters had only to
one of Mr. Reagan s greatest Lavelle, assistant administrator; killed the trees, giving the landscape a time, a branch line railroad was built from wait a bit until the fugitives got enough of
weaknesses one that ultimately might Mathew Vovick, inspector general: and weird and forbidding look. The stunted this "liberty" and mosquitoes, and returned

prove his downfall. This weakness is James Sanderson, adviser all with the cypresses that grew up later each held a home voluntarily.Since .

Mr. Reagan's penchant for making ap Environmental Protection Agency, left bird's nest or two;and the stench from the Early DevelopersHad
droppings, the dead chicks, and broken the lakes lowered
were one who
pointments from among his narrow circle because of laxness or infractions of
eggs was truly sickening. Coons,possums, has a taste for speculating on earth forma
of friends and then, through EPA rules. and wildcats came there to prey on the DreamsOf tions, sees many signs'which lead him to

misplaced loyalty, blindly maintain Two other Reagan friends and ap- birds and eggs, big fish and moccasinswere the conclusion that ages ago the entire lake
that they can do no wrong. This, in spite very abundant and su'were the region was one big lake. In Sampson near
in office forc- ;;; '
remain attracted Draining
of the fact that upward of 50 White pointees although 'gators all there by the opportunity the north end, is a sinkhole called(the door!
ed to conform their financial behavior', for a feast.While a hunter In half an die hole", and after the formation of this
House aides and other personnel have to ethical standards: hour,could kill more edible birds than he sink so much water escaped through it as
left under 'a cloud during his ad was able to carry away, he was not anxious : Sampson p to lay bare-the shallower portion of the
William' Casey, director of Central to visit the than \ '
ministration. place more once. lake. In the course of time this area
Intelligence traded more than $3 became covered with trees:
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About 1890, ColJ Comer L. Peek' of
Senate into Mr. Meese'sbackground
hearings million shares in the stock market whilein Starke, an energetic real estate man, in-

and qualifications for the office. Attorney General William terested Dr. John L. Gaskins, an early When Rowell canal was dug, stumps of

office of Attorney General have disclosed French Smith, agreed to limit a huge Starke physician and politician, in this O pine and cypress were found ten feet down.

an alarming amount of wheeling and tax write-off expected from a tax- region, holding out bright promises from At times, fires burned the muck In places
dealing in his muddled financial past. the rich muck lands, if they were properly and killed the trees. About 40 years ago the
and returned
shelter investment, a drained. Dr. Gaskins was a man of wealth writer saw remains of cypress stumps far
Just before he the White House .
joined
$50,000 severence payment from a com- and influence, and was able to persuade out in Sampson Lake, showing that portions ,
staff as Mr. Reagan's close advisor, his pany on whose boaru he had served. other men of means to form a company of the bottom had once been above
wife received a $15,000 non-interest and buy all the overflowed lands the' sinkhole
swamp water; When ceased to
Starke west to Wannee the Suwannee
bearing loan, from a family friend who Another Reagan friend and ap- from,the state.A River. Where it crossed, the on G.S. & F. the discharge water,the lake surfaces became

later was appointed Meese's deputy in pointee, Charles Wick, head of the U.S. dipper dredge was built at the head of new "town" of Sampson City was laid out, enlarged. Sampson River' which had

the White House. The lender's wife was Information Agency, taped telephone Sampson River and a wide and deep canal, and promoted as having a great future. hitherto, apparently carried!.water to the
conversations over the phone without a couple of miles long, was excavated. lake, now compelled to run the other way.
also appointed to a federal job, as was Then the dredge was moved to the mouthof Later, a third railroad, the T. & J:, was
the other end of
informing the party at .
their son. built from Gainesville to Sampson,and the
Rowell and canal
run, a 50 feet wide and
the ..line, an unethical no-no in 10 feet deep between the Wolfendens erected a crate mill there. But Since the creation of. the East Starke
was dug two
Four other people involved in loans or Washington. lakes. An ditch also from the expected cultivation of the Drainage District, immense masses of
ample cut
gifts to Meese were also appointed to Crosby to Sampson.Lake.was This lowered,, .swamplanda,-was a failure, and the town water run into Rowell Lake. Alligator and
J= ;
high-salaried government positions. Andjheiey/er, ; ; otfterjs.lower; on 'the Sampson an4,Rowell *bou .ttV4$feeb, ouW...,.:'; drled.up.: e crate mill moved away the*j' Prevatt Creeks have no defined channels '
Two of them.were officers,of a savings totem ppleT,incredible record of the side,of.the' amount the land subsided after t. fieldswere abandoned, Dr. Gaskins died a" through the swamp east of that.lake, but
and loan association that allowed Mr. trouble that cronyism"'among' high- itwas rid of water, and Crosby Lake was tragic death when his'boat capsized in' spread all over it. While I have found by
friends into. In lowered about two feet. This is being written Kingsley Lake, and nothing came of the leveling the average low water stage
flying can get every
Meese to fall 34 payments behind on you feet
great expectations leaves the surface of Sampson 3Vi
in 1919, and a wide and pretty beach
loans of than instance that we recall, Mr. Reagan ex- lower than this water ran
mortgage more $500,000. now surrounds two-thirds of Sampson In the days before the,Civil War this Crosby, spring
And .the Meese debacle is not the only 'pressed his undying confidence in these Lake swamp, which was then generally Hooded from Sampson into Crosby. If the drainage

sore spot in Mr. Reagan's. record of sour people and refused to recognize any r'Or.Gaskins/ made a large' field out of and covered with sawgrass, was a favorite canals had been continued all the into way it at to
Rowell and the water discharged
to the bitter end.
wrongdoing right up hiding place for Negro slaves.
land both sides run-away
appointments. sawgrass on of Sampson once,instead of gradually as now(1919)all

Thomas C. Reed, who was deputy na- Loyalty may be a virtue, but not blind Canal businessman,and Capt.and John leader C.of Richard Starke,,an made early a .hogs They and made cattle a good young living alligators. from,fish the,wild and of the land in the lake region would have i
friends who have shown their again been overflowed.
to
loyalty '
tional security adviser to Mr. Reagan, field on the west side of Rowell Lake. birds'eggs.A j
was forced to resign when the SEC unworthiness of such loyalty. Many ofReagan's Though they reaped no success from their. small clearing, where the, fugitives I '
of ambassadors (To be continued...,) -
appointments 4 ,
found he made $427,000 on a $3,125 in- I
around the world have also been fiascos ,
vestment based on inside information., ,
for this same reason. ;; .... d
Max Hugel, deputy director of the County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor. r
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Such weak are even .
appointments .
CIA, resigned when faced with allega- Come to1 The Fair! ;
tions of fraululent stock dealings beforehe more regrettable since Mr. Reagan,

entered government.Paul more than most Presidents'' in recent "
shrugs off responsibilities and -
history,
Thayer, deputy secretary of delegates authority to his cabinet and With the rains this week slowing down' Poultry Show Cancelled... Speaking of rain I'm hoping that this tl

defense, resigned when the SEC charged White House aides. If we wanted to buya ,lawn and( garden activity, this is a good Because of an outbreak of Avain Influenza week's downpour was our usual Fair rain '
insider time to talk about our youth activities at and week be and sun:
him with illegal trading. that next will bright
we'd haveto viral disease in several
used car from government, the Bradford Fair. I (a poultry ) northern
County drainageat
encourage you ny.We have done a lot of work on
Guy W. Fiske, deputy secretary of buy it from,such men. to read through the Fair Premium Book Florida states have, all been poultry cancelled.shows in However the state'of the Fairgrounds that seems to be working "

commerce, resigned after allegationsthat enclosed with The Telegraph for more well. We know that we can't stop the
In view 6f the circumstances, that's a we will still have a rabbit show at the Fair
details will mention in this '
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that
he was negotiating to sell U.S. We are expecting least 100 entries in this rain, but think that we have stopped the
disquieting thought
weather satellites to a company where very *. division. muddy conditions of the Fairgrounds that
Almost all of the special events held at we have had for several years. '
i night during the Fair involve 4.H and FFA Youth are also involved in other areas of several
I will visit Fair
hope
the Fair. For will have you our
example.4H a '
members in the Steer and Swine shows and
times this and while there check out
sales. Of 44 steers''.entered in the'steer theme and project entry booth, and there year ,
:; Parents to will be youth entries in the home arts and. our drainage system. Also, I hope you will-
Urged Warn ,
Jf :, .show Dec. 1, 1983, we expect about 38 attend and support the youth activities I've
steers be at the Fair crafts, and agriculture. divisions.,
I ::t to actually displayed discussed. See you at tlH? Fairl
;j and participate in the show and sale
Children of :s'?', Steers must,weigh at least 800 pounds at '
Dangers ,;f// show time,and grade USDA medium,goodor ..... .' .. '.; f ,


higher.* .. ,Forestry'-in Bradford County:
believe you will see further action ,
Congress in the future to The steers will be delivered to the '. '' '. 'W;'*: *::*'*"*,'
near Fairgrounds for weighing and grading at 1p.m. ",:VBy s David W.Norton' ; ,
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existing laws 'and provide Tuesday, April 3. They will be on : -, ,: .',:. .,
to the families of ( Beauty Has Its ; /
missing display throughout the' Fair. The steer Hazards. ..V ;
of ." 'show will be held at 7i30 p.m. Thursday, ;
April 5, and the sale will start at 7 p.m,1 ;:dogwood to remedy colds'and fevers
:, Beautiful'
parents can also'play an impor; versatile, functional( and sur
Saturday.,April. 7. The wood of this tree has been used for rounded dogwood
reduce the
part in helping number : by legend the flowering
making shuttles for textile weaving, bobbins -
has become one "of the. South's most
falling victim to criminals or With over 70 pigs entered into the Swine and spools! and golf,club heads. favored: !landscaping
deranged persons each year. show in January about 55 to 60 are ex- from reS.{
Fuqua urges, each and pected to make the grade and weight for their Dogwoods native woods are easily environment transplanted,to almost Few natural sights can compare with the

parent 'or guardian to talk to the the show;Barrows must weigh at least 190 'other Dogwoods, are best brilliant white flowering dogwoods which
) any setting. ,
,
USl during the spring highlight the streets
pounds at show time and be graded a ,
in their care about the dangers planted or transplanted during winter dormancy -
j ,' parks,yards and woods of North
'
Unlike oaks or pine, dogwoods do legends
''associating with or enter- tral Florida. The stories and the
child."I ,
Swine will also be delivered Tuesday to not. enjoy full sunlight/but prefer,being spun around the dogwood show that man
; an automobile with strangers. the Fairgrounds. "Th*"'Swii* show 'is placed in partially-shaded areas. Afternoon has noticed and admired thU tree for centuries
sure thatyour children unders scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday;April 4. sunlight 'is "not enjoyable .to a .: ;,
not to talk with strangers or to ac- The sale of barrows will begin, at 7 p.m. dogwood. "

of candy or anything else, or Friday, April 6., 'The nativ!!' environment (where It' is The of American'Indians the dogwood. They made made,practicaluse scarlet

rides, no matter how friendly ': usually found) of this tree Is the well drain-; dye from its bark. They also used the bark ,
be Please note//that the schedule ,for' the ed, llmerock ridges which are I common and roots to create to
the
stranger may Swine sale and the Steer show has switch along the Centra)Florida ridge area. Most treat illnesses. a'biitertoniqused. ,
Fuqua urges parents. ed days this year.We hope that this will be ,of the soils In Bradford County are '
and an improvement in that the official plac- seasonally wet;Qatwoode.->o wood will During the Civil War when /quinine
are good helpful has after the ings after judging will be known sooner for grow on these sites provided that you take becartq: { .scarce. Southerners also.used:

or other 'crime taken ,more people as they visit the Fair. adequate precautions when 'planting. ....... '
but warnings by. parents might ., ...... Precautions: (1) do not plant these trees fa . ,.

the crime before it, occurs. The Steer,show is sponsored and 'con- excessively moist areas;If powible,either
a .. ducted by the Bradford-Union Cattleman'sAssociatiotl through, mulching; or; additional dirt.
; .. and.the'Swine-show la spon- elevate the tree at planting time;: (2) strip. a' a tAt.
sored by'ltlwH=!Bradford-Union. ''Swine away any heavy sod type grasww, (3) fer

Association Ulizo, one year from planting(, and use
also :;}RoderaUon''and','(4) 'remember lawn .1, '
The Cattleman's 'Association I Is' ; ; "'
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responsible for the 4:.H and FFA Beef Cat-. mowers and"dogwoods, .ra._ related'i .. .. '" ,;;. 'f'
tie Breed:Show and Sale.Nineteen animals i i(avoid bark scrape:"and meebankwi to: \ .&. ''01Ht' swim'.n' 4Iy. "11'I.fOr' ,, ,>
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Juries), \, '"\ .' .. .. .." "''1Iwinamine ,./'
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> have been consumed to this event. These' I\\ tf months:; ..... '
animals; will l*"'fcKS ed' aL'2,30' : pm. 1 Dogwood are;remarkableV. but they ,. tt;-:;{'gi,\... w.'in-v l"" .
,.. 'Wedn Awtl; sale will be'at8pm3KSWAfri ;do require special attention IT you want: .;. .- 'mihllt'w fNtt "'.m'.
Mor..than' 2.6. million 'ton ot"newspaper are recycled(annually. I in! the" United State.f\ ""h\? ." ] > 7, ';:.f.r|i a H.*m to'accent yow l 1oesNtgefiorta... ., J'14) tausidtng, ,1_..' ," ',{mnfjl'1) : !
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,. 1 ; aa Thirty-nine members and' two O'BrianPohnson gave an interesting
guests attended the Bradford .talk and showed slides on Zambia,
,! Hospital dinner-meeting Monday Africa a remote. country that takes
night at the Western Steer Steakhouae about 20 hours 'flying time to get
where the election of officers was held there; six months for regular mall
and a, program on'Zambia,:Africa, and five weeks for air mail to reach
was given. there. Sandra volunteered six months _
i President Ada Reddish presided to work in the Salvation Army .
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: L' { over the meeting where five new hospital there and showed slides of
cda. members were welcomed Into' the the life and customs in the country
Auxiliary. They are: Lou Struth,Betty where there was no transportation.The .
DazinsW, AureUa, Byrd,. Ruth', 'slides showed the' 150 residents
Which One Will It Be...? Merlie and Daniel M. Cosby. These who lived in a leprosy settlement who i

'. One of these 10 young ladles will be crowned the 1984 Strawberry Queen !at were presented by membership were given help and rehabilitation. A ;
chairman Gerri Green who also where cotton and ,
country
corn were
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.!. .I the conclusion of Saturday night's competition In the BUS auditorium.' :reported a orientation program was grown with plowing done byoxbn.The !
i t 4 The young ladies are U-rh In frontSharon Manning Beth Underhill Larl
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on March 20,for Six'members. huts had
flit no furniture sat matson
, f .d L ;ria Ann Johns and Melanie Wood. In back-: Alecia Sheffield Leslie Wheatley. you on
k ? Judy Moore, Assistant Ad- the ground. Women'wore
/ 1It I Renee Wlmberly Selina Cassels, ;Vicki Thomas and Lisa Bell. wrap'around
, ministrator, who gave the group a skirts until they were thread
1' brief history of the hospital,explained bare.The. ,
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the future plans construction and meeting ,closed with ,the .
i Queen Janet... i) : '.. renovation of the new addition of the reminder the next meeting.. to, be :
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v hospital and took them.on a tour of the held on June 4, \
1983 Strawberry Queen Janet Jordan.Samples some berries! In Leon'Starl hospital. .
) '" $ fit ing's field at Lawtey; Queen;Janet, the daughter of Police Chief and Mrs. Bernadine Early service awards ;
M.M.Jordan of Lawtey and who followed her sister Debra Jordan Norman:, chairman, reported that 47 volunteersput Woman'Club
" ..,. as queen will perforip her final act at strawberry. queen when ,she crowns in 4556 hours time in the past year. Ex.cutlvoBoard- :
her.successor Saturday night.. : '"'<-j' 30 members received award pins In-
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!' ,' cluding: 7,000 hours Mrs. Early; The executive board of the Starke
l 4,500 hours Linda Johns; 3,000 hours Woman's
Club will meet Wednesday,
. ,. Ten Young' Ladies Will Vie Ada Reddish; 3,000 hours Doris April 4, at 12 noon at Western Steer i. '
" ", \ Overstreet; 2,000 hours Arthurine Steakhouse : '
'-. f. > Blanchard; 2,000 hours Nela McGee;
", and 2.000' hours Lillian Stump. .. ,
: For 'Strawberry Queen : ,'. Special recognition went to Wilma- .' ,
; Jean Terry, 560 hours; Margarita Stork Women's Club' .:);;
Hall, 453 hours;' Marion Crosby, 373 To Hold Fun Night,
The 22nd annual Strawberry Queen Community College. hours; Mildred Roberts 241 hours;
I Pageant', sponsored by the Junior .. s Lisa Bell, 17, daughter of Emma Bernadine Early,230 hours.and Linda. There will be a fun night r.and
\I .. FMi ''IL 4g Woman's bill be held Saturday Lou Bell of Lawtey, a senior at Bradford Johns, 206 hours. covered dish supper Saturday,March
; night March 31,at 8 p.m. in the Brad- High School. Jane Trawick, nominating committee :31, at 6 p.m. at the Starke Woman's
? I ford High School auditorium.I Selina Cassels, 17,daughter of Bet chairman presented the new slate Club for members. "
The girls'' will be Judged in four ty and Dean Cassels of Starke, a of officers for 1984-85: president .
I' I categories, the most important of 'senior.Larl. Marjorie Thomson; president elect: S
; which is creativity. For that portionof Ann Johns, 17, daughter' of Rose McConnell; first vlce-president. Mark' Church
1 f. pt r the contest each girl must design a Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Johns of Starke, a WilmaJean Terry; second vice- St. .
\ .. I costume to depict this year's theme .senior. president Ada Reddish; recording Holds BreakfastSt.
for the pageant, "Strawberries on 'Sharon Manning, 16, daughter of secretary Roxanne Ruckdeschel;
Broadway". Ferrell and Alberteen Manning of' corresponding secretary Sophie Mark's Episcopal Church held a
They also will be judged'.on, the, :Lawtey; a junior. Kimutis; treasurer Linda ,Johns. Parish breakfast Sunday, March 25,
! ::.: basis of Interview with the judges and .*.j'Vlcki: Thomas'16, daughter of Mr. Directors: Ruth Meng first year; in the Parish Hall honoring the RL I IJtev
ii i 1. the swimsuit and evening-gown tome: <>!and Mrs. Doyle Thomas of Starke, a Jewell Roberts, first year and Betty .,Frank ?. Ceryenx, sJtthBshopof ) |
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br rA .petitions. according to1 Shan...John*, tiJ< l sefiior..' s e'; : Warren, second year. These officers1will Florida;" ,,, 1) ,irf'
resident-' o-"the\)tJunior vWomabtalub. > ? UnderJWlUif 4ug ntetAY MC' be installed at the May generolt,?JL Bishop nd Celebran' II-
,! *,' u13t '': 111 '' *< ftli P '*wr'4 h i i I"I..tn n l thtBlt: Eugene ttlnderhill. ofStante"'a Meeting'which'hasten' changed to *l dictates was o. the f
Tickets for adults are $2.SO' In 'advance Senior June 4. There will be appetizers serve' Holy Eucharist service.
and $3 at the door Children's Leslie Ann'Wheatley, 16 daughter ed at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30, with
: : tickets are$[.50 in advance, and$2 at *of Norma Jean Wheatley of Starke, a the meeting scheduled for 7:15 at

t the door. For more information, call .sophomore. Western Steer.WUmaJean Did You Know.,..,,... I
Mitchell's Drugs, 964-7810. Renee Wimberly, 18, daughter of Terry Fair chairman, I
) In the competition will be; Mr and Mrs. Richard Chandler of reported plans are shaping up for the Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Milner, Jr.
t -Alecia Sheffield '19, daughter of Starke, a senior. hamburger booth with the assistanceof have purchased the Drew Reddish I
I t.y,. Mr. and Mrs..Franklin Sheffield, Sr. Melanie Wood 16, daughter of Les Lillian Stump finance chairman house on Debra Street and moved in
I of Starke. sophomore at Santa Fe and Elaine. Wood of. Starke, a junior. and Louie Bede Parks who is recently. Mr. and Mrs. Reddish have
J t recruiting help for the four days. moved into their new. home at the end
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I;? Donna Clemons and John Griffis Marry Feb. 17 in Raifprd: '. tiered wedding cake raised above a with The hanging reception baskets room was of Boston highlighted fern

; fountain. Four side cakes were arranged. draped from the, ceiling and ficus ,
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4 cnnlewueas. neckline of wedgewood: lace: with a : ; around toff fountain. with' trees and palms were arranged j
Holding matching arrangements -
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Donna Miochell Clemons, daughter Venice nosegaYs of spring flowers decorating'the of
beaded bodice, The Skirt was throughout.. In the center the room
attached endsof
were to the
\ of Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Clemons of Individual cake tops. Nosegays
full with tiers with
alternating of organza white pedestal a white
the the of the aisle and was
length
Starke and John Gregory Griffis pews between the tiers Add large nosegay
son and lace
chantilly gathered up In a wrought t iron bird cage holding two
ficus trees, palms and Boston ferns
of Mrs. Carolyn Griffis and J.D. Grit for the the main cake the
semi-cathedral The sleeves of top gave doves. On the top of the cake
fis of Raiford united in were placed throughout at different twin. side of the turtle
were marriageon chantilly lace off at the hand finishing touch. To either large arrangement of spring
Friday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. Tn vantage points. Burning tapers in the with beaded Venice lace. She wore a cake were silver candelabra holding was flowers a in red' and white. %
windows finished out the true
Fellowship Baptist Church Raiford, candlelight affair. double-tiered waltz length veil of epergne arrangement of matching Mrs. Howard Register, Sr. of Lake
with Rev Robert Register performing which fell from flowers.
organza a camelot greeted the guests at the door.
Mr. Griffis attended his best City
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son as
the nuptials. The groom's table eovered similarly -
\ styled cap of wedgewood lace and Ms Rhonda Dobbs kept the bride'sboOk.
,: Presenting a program of nuptial man. Ushers were Jeff demons beaded Venice lace. She to the bride's toW, was centered
andjunior wore a gold Mrs. James Gruff Mrs. Kenny
music were Lisa Alvarez, Mike Dobbs and Kevin Bradley, with two-tiered < lral8 d abovean
Jimmy heart pendant necklace and earrings, a # Cauley and Ms. Linda Waters cut the
usher Jason Waters.
t.. Alvarez.and Gregory Alvarez was a gift of her brother. She carried a arrangement of timers. Extended bride's cake. Mrs. Ted Foray and
Lisa Alvarez served as attendant
to either of Us aides reached
The choir loft was centered with an She wore a full skirted ante-bellum f' 1r European designed cascade of pink stairways 'sbl1ped cakes Mrs. Pat Dickens cut the groom's
} arch candelabra with two spiral styled dress of red organza with off- leptospernum, deep red canamia with two the matching bride's flans: h on one and thegroom' cake and assisting were Miss Tammy
candelabras on either side. As a main the-shoulder neckline with a flounceof roses and stephanotts. topped Griffis and Miss DeeDee Waters,
\ focal The reception was held in the on the other i Nosegays highlight of the evening was when
brass
point a wedding arch white chantilly lace ruffle. The the cake. Two sliver cherub com A
r, covered with fresh greenery was skirt was trimmed with a scalloped church Fellowship ball that was of fresh the bride and groom arrived and
decorated in Valentine theme of red potes holding arrangements
in the chancel a departed in a chauffer-driven silver
> placed area. edge of white chantilly lace over two flanked
greenery and satin we roses
birdcage covered
I and white flowers. Hearts in
from its center was an elegant tiers of wedgewood lace. She carrieda the cake. grey limousine.
two white turtle doves velvet and lace trim were hung about The couple is residing in Raiford.
holding cascading, over the hand bouquet of The food table was covered to
which cooed and fluttered throughoutthe the bride's table that was covered The bride is employed by Drs.
laptospernum pink tulips, red match the punch tabft. It also held an
with white flounce and ArmyNavycloth
a Gianias. The
ceremony. Heart candelabras miniature carnations and baby'sbreath. of springflowers. Chinki and groom Is
holding arrangements of white Attendants Cherri Cribbs, and was centered with' a three-. epergne. traeMWere used employed by his father, J.D. Griffis.: .
Silver
gladiolus, leptospernum, red and pink Donna Newmans, Marie Pendarvls ... ::.... .. .... .
carnations red gerbera daisies and and Melissa Griffis were 'attired ;

white pompoms, flanked the arch. On similarly to the honor attendant. .,. .. E. Call Street Starke
the lower level were two urn arrangements Summer Nicole Reynolds was Mr.and Mrs. John Grim .
in similar design and two flower girl and Jason Clemons was r .1.
tree candelabra. Brass aisle ring-bearer,both cousins of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her .i Discount Furniture & Appliances :
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m 'f Some of Our Furniture & Appliances at
Mischell Clemons and John of the evening for the young ladies at- and a large cake on the other end with I .
Gregory Griffis, whose marriage was tending was when Miss Clemons was "Best Wishes Mischell and Gregg" f r. .
an event of Feb. 17, 'were honored blindfolded and competed with other enclosed with red roses. '" 4;c c /( : Drastically low PricesJUST
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several to dress from One hundred
guests at prenuptial parties.A guests various articlesof guests were Invited to t ( ( _
lingerie shower was given by clothing from a bag 35 young the evening affair. '" ( f ( C : :,
Mrs. Ted Foray Mrs. Michael Grif ladles attended the evenings affair. C/t fCC A FEW .
fis, Mrs. Howard Register, Ms. Pam c .
Register and Mrs. Gerald Griffis at J.D. Griffis gave a rehearsal diner
the home of the latter in Raiford. Feb. 15 at the Econo Lodge for his OF OUR SPECIALS i.
Corsages were given to Miss Miss Mischell Clemons was son, Gregg and fiancee Mischell '
Clemons and her mother Mrs Roy R. honored at a miscellaneous shower at Clemons, following the couple's wed, 6 Hard / ,.. : -
.Clemons. Greeting guests at the door the Fellowship Hall of Fellowship ding rehearsal.The pc Pine / A.

were Miss Melissa Griffis and Miss Hostesses in Raiford. head table was decorated with! Living Room Suite .'. '," .tM*. Reg.79U.95fre( Lamp) ..
Deborah Lynn McCullough.The fot this occasion were miniature lamps holding red tapers
refreshement table was Mrs. Allen Tarlton, Ms. Verba Mar and a centerpiece of red and white 3 pc Early'AmericanLiving
'covered with a red bridal satin tin, Mrs. Harold Crawford, Mrs. Roy carnations in a silver candelabra with 0 SJ SI 9 5
flounce overlayed with an imported Singletary, Mrs. H.G. Barrington, red tapers. Seated at the head table Room Suite t ? . Reg. 699.S5 (FrB Lamp)

Army/Navy cloth. The centerpiecewas Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, Mrs. Marlie were Greg and Mischell, J.D. Griffis, V. $ 125
an arrangement of two dozen red Sanderson, and Mrs. Robert Cason. Ms. Pat Slack, Mr. and Mrs.. 'Roy Couch w/Matching Chair .,,.. ', . ; .
roses in a crystal vase with a red and Corsages were presented to the Clemons, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon $ '
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white satin heart in the center. Silver' honoree her mother and to Mrs. Ver- Griffis. ,Naugahyde Couch.. ;", ', ? ._... Reg. 299.95 '
candelabra were on either side of the non Griffis, mother of the groom. The other dining tables 'were 0

centerpiece with burning red tapers. After the honoree opened her gifts, centered with silver candelabra with Odd Living Room Chairs . . . R9. Ta.9sCotfee'S MO
On one end of the table was a bride the guests were invited to the refresh- arrangements of red and white carnations -

doll cake complete with train, made ment table which was covered with a and burning red tapers. >::1 End Tables .... ... ..... .. $10
'by Mrs. Don Newmans an aunt of the white lace tablecloth.The centerpiecewas During the dinner, Greg;and 25

bride. A silver coffee service was an arrangement of fresh red and 'Mischell presented gifts to their at Bunk Beds ... . ,.,.. . $1
placed on the opposite end. white carnations with red velvet tendants. The 40 guests attending included SOlD
Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs. Roy hearts entwined in the centerpiece the. immediate families, the Full Size

Clemons, grandmothers of the bride- burning red tapers were on either side wedding party and out-of-town Box.Spring & Mattress . RH. '275 $175
elect were special guests. Highlight -with a crystal punch bowl on one end guests. :

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Jogging Clinic Offered Woman's Club Holding Chest of Drawers .. . . . . : MS

April 11 through May 2 Rummage Sale Automatic Ice-Maker ,

Jogging' Clinic for the community The Starke Woman's Club will have Refrigerator Freezer .,' Reg. 599.95 s. 4UU.g5'

will be offered.by;.theBradford- a rummage sale in the club building .,,17.7 cu feet ." .
Hospital% Centel'.fol"'Health' *and jon tuesdayAprttA from A a.m. to 9'pTliere Refrigerator/Freezer 1; ': S :AI'5
F14 ess. The clinic will bE Agtf KWK '""' *''" r''i' **'.*'*jw t IJF ;. \.,;:: : t ,
Wednesday evenings from'6:30: p.m.to will be a booth or table where 14.3 cu. feet \ '
7:30 p.m. starting April 11 and ending foods will be sold and numerous itemsof n $325'Refrigeratorfreezer.
May 2. The clinic will consist of a clothing, plants miscellaneous . ... .Sa30. \. .
half-hour lecture followed by a half- items. Magic-Chef ,
hour group walkljog.Both There will be someone 'in the
members of the Center and building on Monday, April 2, to accept Electric Range : :', . . . . $33' 0

residents of the community are items for the sale. T: Wall Oven .... .
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welcome to attend. The clinic will

focus on topics of proper attire shoes Did,You Know........... Gas Range . . . .'. . ; .s 160Beds
flexibility, heat training, nutrition Mrs. Neal Goss, Jr.of Panama City .
carboloading, and methods of train- was last Thursday overnight guest of . . . . . . .Reg.80.0060A'O ?
ing. The clinic will be geared to the Mrs. W.B Mundy
person who would like to start a jogg- t ..
ing/walking program but will present i'')
much information for the .
person I ,
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who has already begun jogging, Including -
prevention of injuries. The Evelyn Griffin .
clinic will help prepare joggers to Receives 50 Year Pin
enter the Bradford Fitness Run to be '.
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12.Fee Zeta Tau Alpha .. .,fj I.. :.,' of.,; : \
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Honors Mrs. .Griffin ..
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non- : '
members. The fee includes a canvas )' .(I I li'

tote bag,to be given out at the completion Mrs.. John W. Griffin Mrs. W.H. ; '!- Some Fortunes Are -". : "
of the clinic. For further informa- Thomson and Miss Lillian Stump attended ', > y. ;

tion and to register call the Centerfor Zeta Tau Alpha State Day Friday ,R* :if. .
Health and Fitness 964-4210. and Saturday in Tallahassee.The .,.
three were among the 250 atten- .It It''t. ; "!
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Joint Birthday Friday night and luncheon at the Wort h

Party for Youngsters Hilton Hotel on Saturday where Mrs.' .j WattmgFor ;;
Griffin was special guest at both af- .: .,. .
: fairs as being a member of the fraternity .
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch gave a bir-
for 50 years. She was presented a I .
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thday party Saturday afternoon in I /I yl'' '
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their daughter, Amanda who will be the occasion. *1l! J}" '' !&$

five years old on March 30 and Lynn .......... *
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Ryder, was on ,
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March The Tom 17. and Jerry cartoon theme dria Miss, Va.Mava spent Lee the Thomas weekend of with Alexan-her ."..' ... ,,,"r: :\t., ,,. ";'(\',:>,' ; .: \ ':..!'!"';;.',,}..' Lfll"!.".' ,<
carried out in the decorations rr' "E' Fti7i" 'CD', ' .
was party father, Herbert Thomas and Mrs. '' rtU ne" ... ( .
with a Tom and Jerry tableclothwith Thomas. Miss Thomas is Director ofWoman's .' '''" l ,:. .
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colored balloons tied to the .
were gym U.S. Interstate Sports, Dept. of I,. I
set.Nine in ,.Defense, Washington.,.D.C. *'> ..: '" : '. N i' '.:-f '., ''.. !
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girls grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ," .\."i'. --1 q .i
Thomas O'Brian and great grand ; .: ..,,"a to g;} I __ .- v I,7 I 1 .,' :.'\. ':ii.

mother, Mrs. Verble Griff! ._ 1 i STARKE_ !r1 __ 1 : -

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Linda Did You Know '".
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Larry Mosley 71 -" ", I' .' 55 v.,' '---'-" "'" .. f' .'


Wed Mar. 2 in, Church of' 'Goa' the and Kit.weekend Mrs.and;Jimmy Mrs.in Sanford Robert.Rowe and qreene visiting farm,; I.!,,.\. ,and in visiting Mr.Jacksonville Mrs.and Mr.Mrs.and Saturday Robbie Bates Shaller, and Willis Sunday,;were Mr. and Harbin Mr.Mrs.and family J.a-Q'l Mrs.: :reunion l'loegel G.S Brown attended Micauopy and.Mr.the relatives tweweeks Mrs., J.H.: ,McC1a,in visiting I Panama n pent friends* the City past and,

Ogden and Mr. and over the weekend.Dr.
ancti and Fort Walton Beach.
Mrs., O.L. Haynes Jr. : Mrs. Stephen Tilley. Tallahassee,
nuts and mints. Shirley Boone and
daughter Anne visited daughte1'ti'Mrs.
,
Lisa Nelson :, and Mrs. R.E. had
cut the cake. Dopson as
Marcia Welch and children ink Vickie '
Mr.and Mrs John Kennedy of East Carver daughter Mr. and
Sunday at
The punch table was covered with a guests a cookout Mr. and
white linen cloth and centered with a Savannah, Ga. Thursday to Sunday. Hampton, N.Y. spent March J3-22 Mrs. Robert Dopson of Palatka and Mrs.J.T. Carver, was on the Dean's
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crystal punch bowl encircled with ot i with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran at Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ludwig and Mr. List at Florida Southern,College for
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie :, the fall
Dyal semester
Kingsley Lake. In
1 greenery and pink pompoms, flanked Jacksonville celebrated their 50th.' the Moran's best The Kennedys were and Mrs. Tom Davis of Melrose. majoring biology.
man and woman in
by silver candlesticks with
Olette at pinktapel'8. the wedding anniversary Saturday. The their wedding and they celebrated the Mrs.One Wiggins returned Sunday
punch bowl. The coffee table held a couple were married in Starke March 32nd anniversary on March 14. after ten days in Falrburn, Ga.
24, 1934. She will be remembered as
silver coffee service. visiting her son and family Mr. and Cpl. Giles Mitchell Jr.
A Edna Rahme of Hampton. They have In the
quarterly tournament Mrs. Gene
at Wiggins and ,
Mrs. Charles Schmitt directed the baby Awarded
four children and'nine grandchildren Duplicate Recognition
l wedding.Following. ,.r Bridge last Tuesday night daughter.
March 13, Cecelia Terwillegar and
a wedding trir.to Busch The Methodist Women's Sunday John Langford came in first; Ruth Lloyd Stilwell,Sr.and Mr.and Mm. Marine soon of Cpl. Giles H. Mitchell
Gardens
the is SR--
couple
on
school class celebrated Viola Anderson's Merlie and Aurelia Byrd were second ,Steve Eth and daughters of Ithaca. ,Jr., Giles Mitchell Sr. of
16E.The birthday last Friday at the ; Evelyn Griffin and Ida Shaw N.Y. are vtaltliw Mrs 'and Mrs Lawtey, has been awarded a
RMC. couple are both employed at China Restaurant with 11 members, were third and Charles and Betty Rid Sttlwell, Jr. In Graham for three Meritorious Mast while serving with
,_ 3rd Marine
attending. dle were fourth. weeks. : Division on Okinawa.
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l; I. TJiursday, March 29, EAGLE,

bf J Friday, March 30, ; '

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Mr;and Mr*.Larry Mosley t\ l PoTy/cotton ahort alceve ehambray I \ I c
kNrta.One and 2 pocket weatamtyllng
in aolMj. 8-XU
Starke Church of God was the set S'S
ting for the marriage of Linda Carkin,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. William ;
Canon, to Larry. Mosley, son of Mr. o, -
1M and Mrs. Lloyd all of Starke.
Rev. Robert MosleYi er performedthe I :

p.m.The the nuptials on Friday March 2, at 8 ONE usSave i-: kii-:

altar was centered with an arch "
I covered with pink garlands flanked 30% Salve 1.25 Save "1735Oi r t
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with baskets of mixed flowers in pink
I and white. Spiral candelabras were YOUR i
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fern pots were used throughout the 99$ '' '
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church. The vestibule table held the WAS Up To 7.66 ry.'I t J 4
bride's book and an arrangement of EAGLE HD 30 MOTOR OIL MESH GRID CHAIR GARDEN ACCESSORIES S

pink carnations with pink burning Protects your engine from Pdycoatlng stoat frame, Keep your lawn green with%"x60'S 1 I
tapers. The unity candle was placedon rust and corrosion.Quart. mesh wire. Mat& back. 2 ply vinyl garden hose or Sled base,
the end of the piano. Ribbons Impulse sprinkler. it
marked the pews. .t
Mrs. David Kirkland, organist
presented a program' of nuptial

music.Scott Mosley,son of the groom. ,was End of Month
i best man. Ushers were Mark Mosley jS%
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I and ring-bearer.Bruce Nelson.' Adam' Mosley was 1/2 i / IA

Amy Mosley daughter of the
groom,was maid of honor.She wore a
long cream colored gown of taffeta
and chiffon with pink ribbon belt and
ruffled hemline. She wore pink ribbon
and baby's breath in her hair and car-

'.rled a.whlte"", $B basket wi&pinlr!
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a.r father',William Canon,the i bride wore'a 78WERE
long white satin gown accented with WERE 7.87I 8.88

:: overlays seed pearls of and chiffon chantilly decorated lace. It with had I BOYS' DICKIE JEANS FAMOUS MAKER JSAN8

( a fitted bodice with bow'accented at Save to 54 % Pofyaeter cotton|lane with Men's great' fitting bHje denim!cent,
l i back waist, long tapered sleeves with lip straight tog.4 pocket st with 4 pocket*,and yoke back.
4-14-RegulareHmv 2834.S3 '
double overlay of chiffon and lace and
cathedral train edged with chantilly tr
lace. She wore a starburst cap of seed
pearls and lace and fingertip veil of il-
lusion. She carried a nosegay of pink
and white carnations and red roses.
., A reception was held !in the church
Fellowship Hall where the guests
f.were received by the bride and groom
and their parents.
The hall was decorated with palms ::r.;'.' .
and ferns.
The bride's table was covered witha m a
white linen cloth and centered witha tir
three-tiered cake topped with a
bride and groom and decorated with

pink candelabras roses. This holding was flanked burning by silver pink Save BjOO Save &00 Save 20JBI super buy Save 1 00 '

tapers encircled .with"greenery and S 188 YOURCHOICE I fc-y YOUR YOU.
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Silver dishes held CHOICE 4.SCHaICE
pink pompoms. L.e 'WAS 36.83 l# W WAS 59.88 WERE 12.88 I WERE UP TO 1.97 .'WERE4.94
PACE 3" TABLETS OR FAMOUS MAKER MSN'S ACTIVE FAMOUS MAKE
I 1." OSCILLATING FAN 33 LB HTH CHLORINE CARTRIDGES -PICNIC PARTNERS 'MEN'S BRIEF SHORT SET' TOP AND BOTTOMS
Wad WInkler Has push button,chrome el5%granular chrome formula Pac 4 Lb.: chlorinating type Choose 4-pk. rattan plate Low-n e.fashion briefs of Poly/cotton Mrta w/contraat choose from nylon feehlontrim.
4 Honored safety grill, and heavy. keep pool eparkllng clean. E cartridge or 3"3.8'IW'V holder.18 qt.foam Ice chest cotton lycra designed for .Track atyte wrth match tank tope or metcMna
f. At Oyster Roast duty bas., tablet! C or 10 lb.charcoal briqueUea. the contemporary male.8-XL. Ing short 8-XU sir short. M. L


, Wade Winkler,.whose marriage to
! Tammy Baldree will be an event of
f! May 5, was honored at a stag oyster
roast Saturday, March 10 from 2 to 8
p.m. given by John and Joe Valinskl.
at their home on South Street.
The 25 men enjoyed oysters and accompaniments -
from a table and
barbecue pit in the backyard during
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4C. 7 TO 4 96 CHOICE 147 CHOICE 6WA88.96 ,
THWERn..77. WAS 7.91' OUR DISCOUNT PRICE' .UP TO 1.77 WAS 13.60,
q ; WERE S.96 ; .
'ifrs., Gary Cullle of Gainesville ANO WERE. 2.7r.,. 8,5*7 POLAROID MARCEL . .
celebrated her birthday Saturday .IN ANT FILM.. FASHION WATCHM INSECT KILLERS SWIM ACCESSORIES 30 QAL.TRASH CAN 34"BAIMM OMU.
"<'*h*afternoon when,her sister, Miss 1MAaH WERE t.lT,i.! r 8X.10 film wish 10. exposure' Men's and women's go6If'', ,No-Pert 84 01 Rea *Tick Choose from N'MI'Wtyt' ajr. .Ptaatte can wtUi ctM" Resists Steel tripod legs fold...,
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iW\:Kathy Struth, gave a Beetle party for; luxurious!soft cotton towels 'cartridge kMd.In tone or sirvertone. watchea.. No-Pest 84 ox. Home a Insect "mattress. or..swim. gogg., J :low, temperature breaking.' .grid adjusts to 3 poetttan*.
St her at her home on N. Walnut Street., solid colors. Great ectlone.) Pie Pat 64 01 Porch A Garden '
Beatle memorabilia including
records. magazines, pictures, clips
and Jokes were shown during the party *
hours..Refreshments were enjoyed,
in the dining room where,,the English
theme was carried out where, the
,table was covered with a pale pink
sheer cloth and centered with an arrangement "
: of shocking pink day lilies
flowers Trays held N
'aDd. wax '
.crumpets, gingerbread,. scones and 'i j'v1r
'short bread with which tea was serve'
was a biI1hday cake ..1"" OHofCM -yEio' uV" AI
:.:.o a d teal cake stand decOrated, PlUld.a OX.WAS S."..._--M-..... .9' 5.
with violet [balanced by. silver Save 31% Head* Shoulders shampoo 11 e;, '*gf'
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Local Artist FeaturedIn Of Local 1 InterestAltar ,

April 1
Concert ( 1
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Sunday April 1, there Is going to be Society Attend InlitaIlL'J'ai : Mrs. Shan Thornton Mrs. Shan. Thornton :.,
the C/KICIUMIOII. ( $>4he MallY clients of Mrs. Loris MOWMI. Mr*. 'Shower Honor.
a special concert at 7:30 p.m. The Deanery Meeting by Father Wailih. ": fr Meece was assisted by Darla Shower Honor*
musical concert Will be featuring a Following lunch, the guei JpIlIker, llollifield In introducing the guests.

spiritual variety of and music Broadway including patriotic musica'' The Spring Meeting of the Veteran's Donald Venc: of the take City bride Mrs.,was Shane honored Thornton at a bridal a shower recent Mrs. Shane Thornton was com

medleys. The featured artist will be Gainesville Deanery! I CCW, was Abuse. Hospital( Kpokttfrui Drug Among those attending who serves Thursday night, March 22, given by plimented at a bridal shower Tuesday
held at St. Madeline's Catholic sponsors for the patients evening, March 20
Mrs. La Von Drivas and will be held were Mrs Winfred Tomlinson Mrs. Vernon given by Mrs
First United at Church in High Springs on Thursday, Attending the meeting and lun- Joyce Walker of Lawtey Alice Reddish Mrs Michael Sexton,Mrs.Don Patray and
Methodist Anders
Church. cheon Billy Mrs.
LaVon Drivas March 22.During. from St. Edward's besides Mrs. Stewart Mr. and Mrs John Simpson Bob Paterson, Mrs. Mrs. Warren Winkler at the home of
has released Walter
Cumber
albums In two the business session, Mrs. were Mary Brown Toni of Starker Mrs. Donald Carter Allent the latter on E. Call Street.
Nashville and is Coss Mrs. Edward
currently Betty Dazlnskl /
,
Gumber St. Edward's Irenel Price,
Josephine ,
Kln>uU8, Mrs.
residing in Starke. Mrs. Drivas Eloise Mike Hewett, and Mrs.
was Jones,
Pauline
selected as an Altar Society president, reported on Muriel Oeschger Some of the guests told of their In- William S. Haas at the home of the The dining room table was covered
Outstanding Young :
Woman in America for 1983. She currently society activities during the past Viola Lefebvre Gilhooly, Mary Humphries, terests and activities at the Sunshine latter on Brownlee Road. with a ecru Lace cloth over pale green
Ruth
teaches music at Starke year. Pauline Acres home and foster homes. They The refreshment table was covered linen and centered with an arrange-
Elementary School and Mass of the Annunciation was concelebrated Rehberg Kay Richards andDoloies offered prayers and joined in sing- with a green tablecloth and centered ment of fresh spring flowers. Finger
private studio operates a by Father John Dux, host Meng. ff: "';';' along session. with a peach silk flower foods and cake were served.
teaching vocal arrange
and guitar. She had piano pastor.. Father Flannan Walsh, ..k:.. ment. The hostesses presented the
previously Deanery Moderator, Father Thomas t The hostesses honoree with a Better Homes and
the entertainment and
: Following
directed Altar presented the
a children's Society Hosts ;
community :
:
.
Gordon, Lake Gardens cook book and
choir and been Choir Director City Epiphany pastor sharing program refreshments of honoree with a Mr. Coffee cof- covered
at First
United Methodist Church. and Father Joseph Maniango, SLMary's Party for Homebound: fruit punch sandwiches, cookies feemaker,and a corsage as a memento saucepan as a memento of the occa-
Besides several piano and vocal Macclenny pastor, Father cakes and candies were served.In of the occasion. The guests wrote sion.
solos, Mrs. Drivas will be, Chris Branstrup, St. Francis Xavier On Sunday afternoon, March 25,the charge of arrangements for the their favorite recipe on cards. The Among the 40 invited guests was the
accompanied '
by Mrs. Ada Reddish on Live Oak pastor also attended the St. Edward's Altar Society held a par. party were Muriel Gilhooly,Toni Coss cards and a recipe box was given to honoree s groom's mother,Mrs. Jimmy -
several four-hand piano arrangements meeting. Newly elected: officers were ty in the parish hall for homebound and Anne Samons. the honoree Thornton. ; .

,Other music will also be ,

Willie provided Mae by vocalists Randolph Sylvia and Reddish Annette il PLAY mNTRV PRIDES BRAND NEW GAME!

Pusateri, and an instrumental group
.:
consisting of Mike Woodfin drums;
Don Hardy, lead guitar; Daryl Naz- "
worth bass guitar; Bobby Frampton,

ophone trumpet.trombone and; Jimmy George, Brownlee LeVasser sax-, "'."'1.\. Win, Win!


Admission is free and there will be '
nursery facilities for those with pre- r+ .
school children. This will be an even- r

ing of enjoyment as the many rich 1 ;
forms of American and world music WEEKLY .'

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Brian T. Cummings

Cel.brat0s BirthdayBrian "
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celebrated his 11th birthday Sunday, COMPLETE
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March 25,at a birthday party given at
his godparents' home. DETAILS "
Attending the party were his1 godparents IN '
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Jones;Kimberly Jones,Alphonoso }: :,' STORES Y'b: :;1 t r'I,I r' C. c i ODDS CHART

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March 29. 195TELEGRAPH I'll M."I

Hilites. .

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by Dolores Meng Lake announce the arrival of their participants l in the Horse Shoe. at from ':',
phone 488-mS Lake Germany. They were sent by refrigerated and( enjoyed with parents/ participated. All finger of
son, Bryan Anthony Butler She was
Meng. He was on Saturday former classmates Rocky and both hands were printed and placed in
cookies
Saturday: Fish.Fry....' born at Alachua General JRoapital in awarded a handsome trophy for com.,J Evelyn Rawcllffe and i theirs tarents The children a d teachers also enJoyed the personal permanent records:
Gainesville on March 21 weighing 8 petition in speed, barrel racing and'other Captain '
Fred and Watson Parent and teachers amreeJMethe
Jency
The Chpttturpost cards,the German
la
public
invited: to the fish fry IDS. 5 oJi. and measuring 20 Inches categories. RawcUBe.
efforts of
Rocky and the various civic
on stamps and German Krwps
Saturday March 31, from money
12 Paternal
until A p.m. The dinner takes place noon at and Ruth Meng grandparents of are Lake.Paul March Birthdays... delightful students at Hampton (Marks and Pefnnigs) which were responsible for this service indudSng
Hampton Elementary during the first semester the Starke Woman' Club, Krwaato
the Hampton Firehouse and includes sent. Above all they were thrilled to
Maternal grandparents Mr.and March 25, Kad Watterson March this
are
; year. Club Sheriff's Dept and the Bradford
hush puppies, grits, cola slaw and Mrs. Wildon Stinson of Montverde. 26, Tina Buckallew and Corey Van Among the goodies hear the tapes played which Rocky County School Board
beverages. Prices are $:I for adults and Mr. and Mrs Coble Burden of Syckel); March 27, Donna Dorminey several varieties of cookies,torte and Evelyn had sent telling\ of their planned that this service will
and travelling and
experiences
UO for
$ children under 12.Take- Montverde. living conditions again
March 28, Charlotte Smith March 29, Loffelbiscuits be available
out orders zweib: but- in Germany. at the beginning of
will
Entertainment also be available. Maternal great grandmother Is Jessica Fisher and Sallye Scoggtan; terlohss, German "rucker"b rry Earlier in the the children the next: school term for
music will be of furnished country and gospel Clarice Stinson of Largo. March 31, Gene Birt and Den \ad- Jam, German chocolate and Dr. Joyed valentines year and notes received en- nets and those unable to pate
ya local Bryan Joins his sister Amanda ford. Oetker
,
,
Paradise Creme desserts.The from on Monday.
and back
band. Germany In
Proceeds sent some
from the dinner will who Is 3Vi and brother Joshua who is
,desserts were similar Super PIS! Students those
be donated to the Hampton Elem. School... to our instant return. Among
,
Fire Dept. Hampton Volunteer l'/4 years of age. pudding mixes. Each child with the Student, Fingerprinting: On Mon- recently named Super PE Students by-
Trophy Winner... Treats from German Friends: :The supervision of their teachers,Cyndee day,.March 26,the majority of Hamp Coach Keith Tetatone were Kim
New Arrival... Kindergarten and second grads) Lawrence and Shirley Bagwell; ton students were fingerprinted the Jones, C.IC Fuqua, Steven Feecell,
Martin Congratulations to Jean Clark for classes were happy to receive sometime .: assisted In mixing the creme contents school. Some 114 children who. Kevin Truett. David Feezell, Wyatt
and Lori, Mng of Crystal attaining first place- from,among 260'" ago wonderful gift package. with milk .:They were then: brought signed slips from Collins, Jill Powers" and David
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THIS WEEK ON1-Y Lawtey News




"Double Bingo Tiekets by Activities.phone Elizabeth 752.2309Church Terry.. '


First Baptist Church observed their
birthday party for those who had birthdays
during the month on Sunday,

Get TWO Free Bingo Tickets with each store visit from Thurs., Mar.; 29 thai Wed., April 4, 1984. They March sang 25,a In song the and Fellowship were served Hall.different .

items, of food, cakes and.
; drinks.
Doris Olga Ruth .'- 'r David Highland Baptist Church had their

Youmans N Wilson homecoming Sunday,March 25,after
!Iglesias Hutto the morning service and then they

WON WON WON WON 1 were served different items of food,
cakes and drinks for all. Lots of people -

$5000 IOO lool. ..4 $1000..j 'then came and' enjoyed being with,

Personals.

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,Jr. and
their mother Mrs.O.J, Sr.of
Thai Le
Thomas Robert VI'Xuesen Lake City, spent the weekend with

Hanner Granger w:u Tinson their brother and sister-in-law'' Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Boyette In Columbus,
WON WON WON WON Ga, Their mother,Mrs.O.J. Boyette,.
Sr., will spend a week with them.
$ MC '' Mr and Mrs. Joey Miller of
$100 $100 gr r
$100 LNJ: Strasburg, Pa. spent the weekend
brother-in-law
with their and sister
Pastor and Mrs. David Brown.
Jerry Teuton of Fort Rucker, Ala.
spent the weekend with his mother
Mrs. Earl Teston and family.

LIMIT-1 WITH A $7.50 PURCHASE- WHOLE HICKORY m1R' Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette, David
'KOftMEL BNLS. HAMS . La2" and Anne of Macclenny visited their
eroe D5 9t brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and'
LYKES PICNICS LS AVa 'ue.D.A.TOPCHClCelXTRAU! N ,, and
..Mrs. O.J. Jr.
I : <""it GROUND BEEF ROUND H: $210 'Sunday afternoon.Boyette, family on
'
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\ U.8.D.A.TOP cI.niINCUT >. Friends of Truman Norman regretto
U.S.D.A.,TOP CHOICE FULL CUT 9 'TOP OR BOTTOM t=.t: :$ 80 learn that he is to return to Riverside
ROUND STEAK . S ... 2
$1'6' .0. LB Hospital,.Jacksonville, on Mon
BNLS. ROUND COAST PACKING BKINNED a DEVEINED 6E ECTED' day for surgery. Our prayers are with

STEAK La BEEF LIVER.. . O' .89U.S. hint.
40N0C0A COOKED,/READY TO Friends Lea McClellan are happy
NO. 1,GRADE TOP QUALITY SLICED HEAT d 8ERVB that he was able to return home on
BREADED PATTIES. .. ., : '' ".S:-..(a$119 Monday, March 18, from Alachua
$14e, I General Hospital, Gainesville, after
,
QTR. PORK. LOIN. La 'rPANnWPADIr.oo.PKO..Z89OR PURE BURGERS tjSZ'; ogS1t39;\ ,, being Mrs.there John for Butler a week.visited her grandparents -

SPECIAL TRIM,VAC PACU.S.D.A. ... ,Mr and Mrs. Ante Dobba,at
$ 99 .a.J nN
, GRA'bE A ROCK GAME PEH PKG. s= f '; (S HAM SLICES'*2SSP rL" 'U-AU' '" ::1. ."" the'Nursing Home in Oraogdpark";' on
; Sunday. ,
7
BREAKFAST UNKSUNN )
9'9-'j YLAND SAUSAGE n r 52.9 Mr. and Mrs. Norris Gay will go on
CORNISH HENS ; their spring vacation Sunday to

COTTAGE BRAND LINK i 9 Houston, Texas, and will come back
SMOKED SAUSAGE LB$1 by Thursday.Deepest .
U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE CHUCK FAMILY SIZE PKG. 29 FROZEN.....-ND sNAPF+!R.HADDOCK OH sympathy of the community
FLOUNDER FILLETS Cep $189 is extended to Henry Moch and
CUBED STEAKS .2 LB family and other relatives because of
the death' of his wife, Mrs. Anne
-OOOO ONLY N.n.aaM.000arv.awroou..awa..eswt eeellveN.woNrroll..TON.ann.NcN..OIDroo.M.0
,NOT N.Iaa.sa KM TVPOWiWK.I.UD. Moch, on Saturday morning in
Shand's Hospital, Gainesville. Our
prayers are with the family.
i . -- : I- Friends of Ben McCully regret to
-- -- -. learn that he is patient in Navy
Hospital, Jacksonville, for observa-
IN THE SERVICE DELI-BAKERY STORES .
I ONLY
tion. Our prayers are with him.
LEAN uu'' Deepest sympathy ofthe, community
,
$ 39 MH. TURKCT Is extended to Lenten Jr.
Morgan
BOI LED ,
U.S. NO. 1 WESTERN PER TURKEY FRANKS .. .:..a 89 and family because of the death of his

HAM POUND PANTRY !IMPORrID! SLICED mother, Mrs. Zona Morgan. Our

BAKINGPOTATOES, OUAN-rmES DANISH HAM . .. ,,. .._..a $159 prayers are with them. .
LESSER S2.89 PER LB Mrs. Genelle Underwood and son,
SMOKED! HOr
Michael, of Green Cove Springs,
SUNHYLANDSAUSAGE. /La $189
OSCAR MAYER FRESH BAKED ,"a.;. J spent Saturday with her parents, Mr.
OSCAR! MAYER MEAT OR BEEF ; and Mrs. Earl Prevatt.
BOLOGNA KAISER ROLLS f .41"
oscar ALL MEAT ": SLICED BOLOGNA .. ,. George Roller, Jr. of the Florida,
I JUMBO ,
State Tallahassee
of "'i ; University, spent
:
Nla 9'9 ..t1 a' the weekend with his father, George
POUND HALF 689KI"SERSSALADs <&,$gKfCHENPREBH Roller,Sr.Henry .

9 J ." '1\\\.dI.II.:. .,.,..t l.;-. Hodges and daughter,Sarah
$17' J.r. 1. Mrs. Sheila Wilkerson and Mr. and
10 ANTiPASTO SALAD. ,. ,. 894fTORESUCRO qi, Mrs. Buddy Smith attended the stock

'! e .1"','> .. car. races at Lake City on Saturday
'
La BAG ':.' night.
TANGYPROVOLOtME, .. ,. r1s"owHrti Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent a
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.
-1'1"I\: ,1: "" ,j week with their spn-in-law and
wrmtwo VEO.*A ROLL '\ i '
( 7. ,;
S ',' \ ; .$198ft- ti daughter,Mr.and Mrs.Craig Carroll
MUSHROOM$, .. .' LB 1.FRIED. CATFISH (BONCES' *)J', ,". : P, uomPsA 89$ and children in Boca Raton.
KRAFT CREAM CHEESE a Mrs. Rebel Mciver of Ocala spent

cUKES, . .4/1,. RED BAR-B-QUE!TO EAT; CHICKEN- .., '. .'r' .,?..."$288'. .;., IIOACIN8f91NOLVWRAPPED CHEESE FOOD SLICES"' '. ,bas 179. Mrs.Monday Wilma and Wainwright.Tuesday with her sister..

.f" .
swarT N'.ocv> Mrs. Doreen Bloom of Japan is
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WESTERN PEARS ..: .:u.491'IISH BAKED BREAD :? 't : $'1_' 1IIALTE81'! CHEESE ."'.j', 8 9* visiting her brother-in-law and sister
PEROPlI .. '. ii :: COTTAGE .. .' :KS Capt. and Mrs. Steve Sullivan In Aivthorage

oJUICVfIUfICA$1 FRBtMl OAKEO FRUIT Si CHCBS* LA P'AONTIJ'IIZAooIIIJ4l.oVOUA OWN TACO <<; ,Alaska. '
R ,COFFEE CAKE '$1". .FLDUI3 TpFR'f ILLAS. ,. ;:: ,$129 Mrs. Doris Purser of Lake Asburywas
.. ,., .. '. .
CANAOAN a guest of her sister Mrs.Wilma

RUTABAGAS r '., "L82S. EVERYONES FAVOBT $M<9 9LORIA: j JUICE s' 39 Wainwright on Saturday,
CTN, Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons, Justin
COCONUT DEUGHT = ., .
.
.. ,_ .. and Brannon, of Jacksonville, spent

. ,' .. .. the weekend with her parents Mr
and Mrs.Earl Troxell,while her hue
.
', . : band is on active duty in Camp Blanc

: 'ding.Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Boyette ,of
M ,, t' H''' 00"' ':f'm': ti / /42 Jacksonville' visited Col. and Mrs.

.. William Wilson, their mothEr' and
.
.
SHREDDED COUNTY UNE ._ MAXWELL. a = FLAV-O-RICH': : TOM'S' ; ':S family Donald on Hough Sunday.of Gainesville visited. ,

CHEESE i w 'I i HOUSE< ICE n ,.ORKATAMERK3AN NABISCO 'hi aunt,Mta.Resale Reddish,on FriV
; .. i II CHIPS' '....CHtP AHOYOR. :' '
day afternoon _
8'Wt-OCl DIlL r COFFEE 8. CREAM 8 aooa DOUBU STUFf .
8 8 BWBAO aEO.,a P.oR A..oa r a HALFOAUON e oiR R" UMTT-1 COUPON PER= Mrs. William Wilson had the
330 r ,1 110 P1 rrcM.aooo+RU /. misfortune to break her right
81 LIMIT N arm
"-"COUPON PER r UMTT-t COUPON wm.,4'84, 8 '

..pw.M-__-..Ta---.1 t.I ,rvaalwas.OOOO THRU+., .. ITEM.WECK OOOO,.4/4. ,.}..". .J L.-J! r I1W\o4.. +r 4184.THAU:: .. recently.Mr. and Mrs.Hermle Kelly visited

I.1 .' their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Paul

:= ; ;; .tsanrlr... ;. asap._... ...........a ( -..srsrauMr. a"'" day.&!a\er, Sr., of. Jacksonville/ on Mon

M,. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly visited

I a,,.. .>,. ]0" ( FF .:: I! 'their brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs.Cecil Whitehead, on Sunday
.
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SPORTS BUS wps. :. HawtlioFiie,: Keeps District Lead f ,,.'

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Bradford baseballer remain hitter with no walks. Fender made 12 coming from district games. starting this Saturday with Lake ,, ,I
... undefeated in Dlatrict 8,Class 2A play strike-outs. Chaff leads the Tornadoes hitting Butler, beginning five straight .'..J IL
after a 9-1 win over Hawthorne last Hawthorne drew first blood in the with a .533 average from 13-of-28 hits. district games for the Tornadoes. TT '
Thursday night.A top of the second Inning with one run, Wood follows with a .500 hit After Lake Butler BHS will play .,*nu? ..U 0.UI
Tuesday night game with Ocala then BHS rallied in the bottom of the ting 7of14. John Pavid Francis Is Hawthorne, Interlachen, Lake Butler .
l Vanguard was cancelled due to rain. second to take a 2-1 lead. From that next in line with a .333. batting again, and Keystone.This 8' iaiW
r..rr No make-up game was scheduled point on BHS dominated the game. average."We week the Tornadoes take on St..OW',
since it was not a district game, Hal Wood hit 2-of-4 on singles and have finally started swinging Augustine away beginning at ft p.m., I
Jimmy Shoenlng had his best nightat Robert Carver hit l-of-2 with a double. the bats and getting some hits" commented then start the district games with '."<> ;0'
the bat, getting :3-of-4 including a Andy Chaff Fender and Steve Jones BHS Baseball Coach Mike Lake Butler Saturday at 1:30 in ''S ::11.
triple and double each added another hit to the Tornado Hartley. BHS has managed nine hits Starke. Monday BHS travels to 0I ll.ib.
Richie Fender boosted his pitching effort. in each of the last two games. Hawthorne Monday night then In- .
record to 1-1 after throwing a three- BHS is now 4-7 overall, all wins Br drord's district lead will be test terlachen Tuesday afternoon. -;wit:ad, I.81r'

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I Lady Torn I StJy4-0 I in District i r rZ .. ; ,

1st Annual Strawberry Stroll Nearing...

wins and Preparations are well underway for the First Annual Strawberry Stroll,
Two Tornado Softball one loss boosted the Wednesday they were to play Rams' errors to jump in front 7-1. In Loading Haters Ma.hcll Brown 2.3, which will compliment the Bradford County Fair this year.
Lady overall record, team to a 9-5 Hawthorne at home, too late for press the fifth inning BHS added another fo.hlo llnd,.y 2... Myra Cummlngt 2... Saturday,April 7,the Strawberry Strollers Running Club will host the five
undefeated In the district while staying time. Thursday they were to travel to three runs to put the game out of with a horn run. Blacksh.ar 2-3 and Hall mile and one mile runs in Starke.
n-2 slashing of at 4-0 after Or nge Park to take on the Lady reach. I i 2<3. The race la to begin and finished at the intersection of Walnut and E. Call
Interlachen last Ra ders at 4 p.m.. Monday at 4 leading hitter Vonda Kay Hall ;3-*, St. Their will be parking facilities behind the Florida Bank
week.Bradford also the! Lady Tornadoes take on Clay Kay Allen 2-3, Una ,.Block,heor 3-3 and. :,. ; j.: Bradford 0-Mldilleburgl There will also pe a one-mile"Fun Run"starting at 8:30 a.m. then the five
Santa Fe last marked up a 12-3 win High then Thursday play Buchholz at LI.ha long 2.3. ,-t\:\<' The J Lady 'Broncos managed one miler at 9a.m..
over 3A Thursday but fell' 4pm.. .' f uliiJ1'e sixth Inning to edge Bradford Registration fee for the five mile run will be$5 and$1 for the fun run Late
10 class Middleburg. TUesday In a District wins for the Lady 'Tornadoes Bradford 12-Santa Fe 3 registration will be$8.
1-0squeaker. to far are over Interlachen Five runs in the third and five morein "This was a very good defensive Applications can be picked up at the Telegraph' ,Chub'Sparta Center,and
"Th i girls have been playing good twice, Lake Butler and Clay High. the fifth innings boosted the Lady game and we did not make that many the BCH Fitness Center and can be turned in to the Starke Recreation
ball and have been doing well defensivelY Tornadoes in the 12-3 victory over errors," says Lee. Department's Old Armory facility.
," says! BHS. Softball Coach Bradford Interlachen 2, Santa Fe. Both teams racked up nine hits. All entrants will receive a quality T-shirt designed for the race.
Gayle Lee. Bradford marked up five hits In the The Lady Raiders scored all threeof leading hltteris Brown 2..., Gumming Over-all male and female winners hi the five mile races will be awarded.
;k\ BHS faces a busy week of play. fourth i inning and took advantage of their points in the..seventh Inning. 2.3,'" First, second and third place awards will be given'out in the folkmeing age
1 divisions: 10 and under 11-14, 15-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-84, 35-39 4044, 45-49,
50-59, and 60 and over.' Awards will be given In both men's and women's divi
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award ceremony will be held around 1, :30 at the Florida\ Bank parking lot.


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Volunteers are need by the Starke Recreation Department for the
r1' Strawberry Stroll five and one mile runs.There will be a meeting about the
run Thursday, March 29 at the Pratt St. Center. The meeting will start at 8
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Time -Zero High netters lost to Clay Fotlar 9... 5-3; MellMa Carlton w (C).
High last Wednesday, March 21 with Melanie Wood 8-3;Renee Dolls' (C), Kelt)
Supercolor 59 both the girls and boys teams losing Carver 8-1; Donna Parade (al.) Abby
Bradley--.. 5-3; Marl Thomas ((5)) Krl.tle
SX 70i n : School was forfieted to Bradford Mon- Foitor-Wood ..6/) Dalgle-Bradley (C).
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day.Now the girls stand at 1.3 in regular Boy: John Dol9!. (C). Kevin Johns ,.3;
-J FIDDLE FADDLE season play and 10 in the district.The George Levauer.(B), {Greg Bower, 8-3;
IIIIIUI II''hIIIIIiIIIVIiIiIIIIIIiIIIIIVIIIIIIIiIlllnl9111Illlllll' Ullllllilllll POPCORN CANDY boys are still winless at 0-5 in regular Alan BareKv.il (CJ) Rick Brotwell 8.3; K:.nrxMh _
7S-OZ..M TV 1 1III season action. Dodd(C)brow Davl*'.6;John River*i
/ Limit 2 i s Another match with Clay High was (C), Paul Bawek. Double Johni-levaMer
''II II IIIIIIII1IIII! I 4 e rained out Tuesday afternoon. That ((8)) Dol8le-Bardw;, Bowers-Bradley' (C),

l PEPSI DIET PEPSI April4at3:30inSUrke.game will be played Wednesday. Crawlord-WU.an 8-4,

or MO I NTAIN POLAROID TIME-ZERO SX70SUPERCOLOR /4 Today both .teams host Keystone "The boy's team is getting a little
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2 LITERS Umit 2 10 to play PK Yonge if the weather permitted Tennis Coach Jerry McGriff. "Johns'
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.49Saie Price PLANTERS DRY Girls: Rebecca Kirkland: (C). Cheryl ehet!.' .< .
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ford High's boys track team Satur Shot Put:Alan Stoke. ""'10,5 (personal
day,. according to BHS Track Coach record): Tony Hill 393.
rf1/ifz1I4ffuFffil//MfItfAffIffffIMftg1fiMfj9JfjIfIIfd 9' George Loper, referring to results of ,DI,cu*: Stoke 123'8 (personal record);
t- the Knights of Columbus meet. in Irving Mere. 6V0.9.
tt,: CHAR-BROIL TA8LETOP YIP PRO 1100-WATT Ocala. 110 low hurdle; Tony Hill 17.92.
GAS GRILL MINI HAIR DRYER A : BHS didn't have a team score, but 100 yard dash; 3)Erk) Lane 9.9, Brian
\' 12.OOO BTU'i4TMP119MCL44.S VPIP MB 13.W ; o. speedster Eric Lane took third placesin tone 10.27 (personal record" ); Tony' 'Davis,
);. t 2 heat/speedlevels. r: i the 100 yard and '220 yard dash: 10.93. .
t.'f '. Tank not Included. Several personal records were set by < Mile run;.Willie Wright 9:18.9, Jimmy j
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". 9vvv V EASTER CANDY was busy at a chorus concert and that 440-yard dohl Loon Hampton 60.00.
} v -r S.S-OZ.SOLID LAMK DUCK, y't the heat was very extreme. 880-yard dah: Paul Mckinney 209.66:
S nice tMO TOOL CBT-. 3.49 SUNBEAM 3-SPEED RABBIT sag 1.29(.[lilt 1 "If we they going to have a bad day, (personal record); Silos J.nkln.2:33.09.
WEBS ALUMINUM they couldn't have picked better one Mile relay: .. tone, Davis, Johnson,Eddie -
MIXMBEACHCHAIROrFOLDiNC ASTER and I hope it's the only one for the Tennant. Total time 4:06.95.:
fi' ITALIAN SAND CHAIR e51e Reg.le.n 3 season," says Loper. 220-yard dash 3)Erlc Lane 22.9.

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*2SOSMo,9.H ti Some 120 golfers will vie at the Annual Strawberry Golf Tournament.at the '; ,
ICE CHEST ? Detachable cord. Starke Golf and Country Club April 4th through 8th./ ': l'y', ,
111rGAL MUNNY The annual event coincides with the Bradford County Fair' and usually
i 5-02.BAG draws the 120 golfer limit established by the country cluK:**
99 44 Reg.99* The week of golfing kicks off Wednesday with the AM-AM hole tourna- ,
[ L 2 ment. Tee time will be 8 a.m..
Then Saturday the 36-hole tournament starts and runs through Sunday, '. .1.;
f\ Saturday night there will be a tournament, supper at. the country club, begin- .. :
CHSrOIftIs DIGITECHSOLAR ning at 6:30 p.m.. ., ...;''.
1cB ..14.99 y RULERCALCULATOR A Entries from Jacksonville Orange,Park, Green Cove,>Palatka,Ocala ,"I
WIRE MESH :" .. Gainesville St:Augustine,Macclenny, will enter the' tournament,'as many. .of ', \" :y N. Iii
j a l the top amateur golfers in the area will attend. > : i
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Bradford High Lady ThlncUda took walking on crutches.: Mann threw the record). ,
second place and the boys fourth at discua 72'0. Two mil. run: 1)8oglo) 13:44.38. a
the Santa Fe Invitational last Anotherhighlight of the meet was Mile relay: 2)Croon) Oowltt Furnish, % ; %
Wednesday.Santa Bradford taking first, second and Klmutls. Total urns ":38. e i .; ,
Fe dominated the meet, take third places In the mile run. Cheryl Boy's team results '+ ;:k' '
ing first place in the girls events with Bogie took first Michelle Klmutis second The boy's team struggled to finish ?
92 points and' the boy's events with and Carol'Fussell third. ed fourth behind Santa Fe with 129 I
I 129. The same three took one, two and points, Interlachen with 74, and
A busy week faces the BUS three in the 880-yard run. They finish- Chiefland. 00. Cross City finished last S, S tiA ,
'I thinclads beginning Wednesday when ed in the following order-Kimutis, with 24 points. ) : \
1 they run at the Lee Relays in Jackson- Bogle Fussell. 1 4 ,i
I ville. Results of that meet were to late Times and Distances 1' i
for press time Thursday the girls Time. and Distances : Shot Put: 6)Tony) Hill 3910, Alan Stoks> iI iI I
I travel back to Jacksonville to run In Shot Put: ,3)Syvlo) Gr..n :l9'11. 8.kvAnd.reo. 39'3f Tony Davit 31'0. : ( I
the Women's Classic Invitational at ., aS'S.J, Tommy Mann 1911. High lump: ")Robert Bollomy S', (por- : ; ? \
\ i I Bishop Kenny High School. Friday High|lump: 6)Wendee) Hall 4'2 (personal'' 'tonal record). t
the boy's team will participate lathe record: Allison Denmark. 3'10, Linda Dltcutt 6)Stokot) 112'9, Jeff Parllmenr et I
I University of Florida Relay Tuesday Dewitt 310. 1074, Rogglo Jackson 700. ,
BHS will host Hawthorne, Lake Long lump| Amy Dowling l'e.5.. 10-yard low hurdlott Tony Hill 16.70. I'I
Butler and Discus 100-yard dash: 3)Erlc) lano 9.9 ,
Keystone. : 4)Mann) 72'0, Becky Anderson Davlc C "
'63'0. Chery Bogle ST. 10.6, Johnson 10.96. ,
Girl's Results 110 low. hurdles: 5)Deomark) 21,to, Mil. run: 6)Wrlght) 5:05.32( Cooper
I i "Getting the second : 6)Hall) 31.37.. 5:40.31. .
really something, because withorew: 100-y.rd ....h; 04))<)..*.n 11.85, 6)Pat) 440-yard. relay 4)Davlt) Sander,
people, some thought we wouldn't dowel 'arbor 12.44, Connie Carter 13.05. Bollamy, Russll: Total time 45.81. '
at all," says BHS Track Coach MM. run: 1)Bogl) 6:02.53: 2)Mich) .llo 440-yard dash; Hampton 59.06. ,., L ,
George Loper. They proved Klmwrls 4:14.23, 3)Carol) Fuiii.ll 6113.37.440yard 330 low hurdles 4)MI) || 43.91. ?4
something especially.to themselves.The relay:' Drimark.) Cowling, 880 yard run; Silos Jenkins 2:23: Calvin
competition sure brought out the Carter Barber. Total time 60.42. Thomas 2:28.:
I desire and effort to excel." 33Oyard low hurdles/ 4)Hall) 58.82, Don- Mile medley rolay! 2)Sanders.) Bollamy,
Scores listed in placing order.were mark 4S0.11. Both wont "b.nonor.cords./ Ruttoll Tonnant Total time 3:48.
as follows: Santa Fe 92, BHS 85, In- t180-yard run: 1)Klmutls) 2:36, 2)Boglo) 220 dash: 2)E.) :' lano 22.50.
terlachen 62, Chiefland 61, and Cross 3:38, 3Fwwoll) 2:47. Two mile run: 5)Wrlght) 11:12 6)T.) .... Top Notch Bowlers....
City 17. Mil. nant 12:03: Jenkins 12:40.: .,M
? ; i r, Medley Koloy: 2)Cart.r) Oowllng "
4'' Tammy Mann took fourth place in ''Barber; Dowltt./ Total llmo S1492.!) > ,y( Mil. relay:'1)Sand.,., Bollamy. / Russell,. These'SUrko Lanes' bowlers took first places five Martha took first place In the A division singles wnu
; the discus throw, even though she was 220-yard dah: IJGreen) 21.66 (personal "tan.. Total tlmo 3:31.39.: divisions during the Gainesville City Bowling Tourna. Ginny and Prlscilla took first' :place In B division'
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: I Bradford Fairs 'Well, at Lady. .Gators Relays ,:j jI ,':.:'1,973,,"A" .division pins. and Judy first took place first in place B division In doubles singles.and tingles''" Lanes.These bowlers' are' Involved' 'in league' at Starke, 1


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Tornado tracksters turned in good In- must do better Wednesday in the Lee Klmutlt, Sylvia Green, Carol Fussell,"2 oO.\\lf.I :1t If' .
dividual performances during the Relays, where the team will compete' Cheryl Bogl. Total time 14:28,34. ",' t. "
Lady Gator.Relays Saturday, an annual In Jacksonville at Robert E.Lee High 1500: Linda Oowltt 61330. '
event Sponsored by the University School. 440 relay I Wondoo. Hall,Amy Dowk l : a '
of Florida in Gainesville. "I'm convinced we'will' do 'better Ing Pot Barbor, Sylvia Croon 55.59. .?.., 'i : : CaptainD's.3PIECE '
"The heat really baked all of 'since the meet will be in the late afternoon 300 Hurdlesi )Hall 56.14 (Personal .j i ;. 'i : :

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The girls took 4th and 5th places In. BUS Results;, Green 2:00.: 8:. "'' .jj t; ; .1, r ..: j 'kij'
most events, when judged'' against Shot Put 7)Becky) And.r.on 25'2. 2-Mlle. Relay: 7)Fu) ...ll, D.wltta' : ; S?/,"'W" '
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NOTICE OF order or a final (judge : CITYOF LAWTEY. mod. application p.
OF ORDINANCE BY CITY COMMISSION "INTENTION m.nt of'foreclosure U1tICNOTICE. FLORIDA wafer use permit r.pr.I."IClt1y. at. JosyPompietandGlenn
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< REGISTER entered In the above- (gq) }oFi. Lorner ; 665.
10" 'STARKE. FlORiDA. ."FICTITIOUSNAMIi, captioned action;. I will .'Tha'Ttrodford COunty WHEREAS Trocey 'E. average dally 'below Slork.; FL '3 Q9I."foIntN )
sell the property situated. School I Board Stork.. Griffis, Sr. hoe petition. wlthdrawaJ of 0.0Q.40 ".1 All interested persons owner.,,doing' business
IS HEREBY GIVEN that th,.propoaed Ordlnonc. *. Pursuant to Section< In''Bradford County, Florldo/will hole! o public ed the,, City Council af million gallons per day ore 'r.qulred to file with under t.firm' name 0'
who*. till. hrlnaf oppvari, will.. considered fat' '869.09 Florida Statutes, Floridadescribed as:, hearing on the following LOwt.7. Fiorfdai ta from ground waters this court, WITHIN THREE MIRACLE CLEANING SER.
final noctmcnt. on the 3rd day of April*A.Db 1964, Se.tnetic., .,M. hereby given A portion of the Nor proposed administrative amend OrdinanN. No,. lacoted lit,, Secllon' ZI, MONTHS OF THE!! FIRST VICES,.,Route: 3. 80. 665.
City Commlulon meeting. commenting at 7:30: p.mIn'' that !the undersigned thwst4 -of the board., lu.l.ar 60. the Compr.hen.lv. Township 06. SoutW PUBLICATION OF THIS.Iork.. ., FL'32091. Intends
; the City Hall 209 N.,Thompwirt Slr*... StoJke..florlcM. A ,JerrlL, + Richardson Southeast '/ of,Section '1)1.0.3....5 Jab land U.. Plan and EI. Range,20 East'. 'rodford NOTICE: (1)J all claims to register said fictitious
copy of *aid Ordlnanc. may b.!lft p.ctd by any rmmtof :IP.O.vox: 581, ,Melrose. '33, Township 5 ,South,. .Dscrlptl for mint: and.!' Countv. Florida ,for against" Ine ,.atot. and ,name und.r the
of th.publiC at th*Offlc.ofth.City Clark IntheCltyt4&l. FL32666.ttal.own.rdoRang.. 22 East Bradford Employees of the Brad WHEREAS, rop.r ogrlculturofu. ((2)) any ablution by'on' aforesaid statute.
Stark, Florldo.On the data first..... -mr .So..*doH 1noI"Ing a+riness. under the. .County Florida\ and heford:;School Board notlc. hoe been publishWritten obl.ctlons or interested persons,: 'to Dated .this 191h day 0''
1r.*tad parti* may appoor and ba"hard.Wiolu.1Ipect, .firmnem.ofBEAUTIFUL,. log more particularly' 2)46Gx4.5.10) Minimum eel o. prescribed by taw comments on' this ape whom this notice was. .March. .D.'. 0984. In
'" this proposed Ordlnanc-; r ,. IMAGES, P.O.Box:58,1, ;:: descrlbedasfollows; .' Court R.qulr.ment.for' :.and plieatlOft. ,mov'. be filed 1oll.d that"challenges, Bradford_ ''County
AN ORDINANCE PROVrOtNGPbRTH >. ,.i Meiros.PL' .32666, InCommencing at .the ;'HIQh-SchoalGraduatlon. WHERE"'S CII 'public with ',ha ,Goyerningi, Ih.valldl'Yo"'h.wllI, Florida ,','
tends to r.gletsesaidfict, Northeast corner of th*' 3)S) ),4y14; Re- hwdng' was' held, es Board: 'Of tl'eSUWanne.' ,' the qualifications of the ,31294tchg4/19

:'f, ::,...' 'J ?' CWATIfaH. ,,.'' tlllous. name under. ,tea, Southeast i 'A' ,of the .q\lltltlftenl.ior..Adult directed' ., and oll".ln':; Rlv.r Wat.r Manage. peraonofrepr..enlatlv.of; 1 .\.t. .":.' ( '-I i
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il : OF A CODE ;: aforesaid statute Southwes'of'saidS.a .HIjfc.Sehool. Diploma' t.r..ted Could'b. pro' ... .1 '
; 'ITS ORGANIZATION JWMSWCTrON) ;: .. ., Dated this 20th day of tlon ,35 and running ) ,Gradua. sent to' >e.hrd.ancr. Rex '6live' Oak. FL Ih.cou.CLAiM5'AND' ; "
\". March. A.D' 1994'rf| Ihenc North 01'32tlon by State of Florida 'were heard;ond. 32060. "ntl',161.1984.. 'ALL' 08.' NOTICE TO aiD
}{:" ENFORCEMENT,' PROCfDOftf},fSNMITifi' ;, Bradford. Countyl3224tpd4l2" West a distance'"of "H..1IhoofDIlamas.. .'. .WHEREAS; the' 'Patiry .', ;1 hchg3/29 JECTIONSNOTSOFILED. "" .1 j"1;.::'?'
AND APPEALS, 330.08 to for TW' hearing tloner will bear 011 web WilL, BE FOREVER BAR 'The City of Starke' I.I..f.
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_. NOTICE 11'I'I"U Of mOfOMD RNACTMfNT 7:30 p.m.at H omp- thenc.'run'' North, ,,42 '*North t.mpl. FLORIDA ,: FLORIDA. Edpres.ntative FRANCIS: 'ed 'ar.,7:3O'M.' In oF4
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,". 'OF ORDINANCE. ft tof11iCCMMi9S1OH. .\Florida?'lows: th"* 'Annual' '''distance of 360.94 feet to DM of.....* pro. I.h.rebryamendedoelf ;Bi-14CP WAGER me.llngonAprll 9.Ige4.,
jcrr 1- ,ST/4RlEs UDWA': a', electlonolTruscies'i' : : : !;;;.: ''apCllntthenc.r"nouth..dmlnl.tratlv.t .PP Ile. b tie (ollowl n9 ,FILNumb.rrl. 3322' 312IN.w.14IhSti. Thr bids ,will he 'read
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'who:6titl.h.rxnofl.felpp.ors'; w< *.. plonj to attend. : 01"09'92"Eost. dlstonce. ". 2.Theem.ndmentwill', WAGER. torn.y for P.tsQnol, eid ap< f Inal nactmnt on th 3rd day of April,A.O.1 4v at the a .m.and pkss.mbetween R.pr..tollv. +,' ,, b. cbtalned '
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The dusty arena at Union' County Riding Club in Lake Butler was Junior Girls: Toni! Fountain Stacee Morris; Tina. Woolard;,Michelle I' :v
packed with riders an pectators as the 3rd Association Ride of 1984 Mclnarnay Marty] Hunter, Barbara Parnell. .' ; :;' :::i'
was hosted by UCRC ;t Saturday. Junior Boys: Mike' Sherman Kevin Odom Brett. Roberts, Scott '
260 riders gathered der the warm spring sun to compete in five Odom, Logan Andrews Buck Williams .
event The riders we.r. members of five riding clubs which form the Powder Puffs: Judy Ring Karen Goldsmith. ; Abbie. Plckett .'' :"'" ,:
association Union v vgity Riding Club Clay Maverick Riding Club (Priscilla Seay Cookie Morrell Liz O'steen. :'.
Bradford' Roping Club:.Bitt ,and Spurs Club, Rainbow Riders. and -I Seniors: Danny Bass, Allen Hart Tim Williams Gerald Collins Joe :
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Southside Riding Club.\ Hendricks, Ronnie Keller. ,<' '
The riders began with a'grand entry at 8:45 a.m. The main events Gracie Aliens: Jean Clark Jeannie Maurice Louse Taylor, Martha
began at 9 a.m. and finished at about 12:)5 p.m. Norsworthy Brenda Woolard Sandi Ragan. ,
Jack Bennys: Ed Williams James Hartley Jr., Harry Collier, R.W, '_

Pole Event.' Cloud, Jack.Graves, Gene Underbill.. .......- ,,r
Toddlers: Josh Dixon, Ricky Turner, Stephanie Holland Matt 'I I r.
Suber,Mandy Carline, Darrin Smith. Basket Event: ",;.. '::" ;

Fingerlings Laura Holland Dana Moore Genny Craven Chad BarToddlers: 'Stephanie Holland, Matt Suber. Ricky "Turner;.Mandy _. ,
,I ( bout,.Travis Rogers Melissa Odom. Carline, Charlie Lewis Cheryle. Lewis., ,'\ ?
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Lodg. In Starke, corner of, Call and Orange St.Call.r.Is Jim United.Mothodist Church each Tuesday night front! 730:; 9 Fay Archer this, ,: ,
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Jagging Clinic.., will be offered by the Bradford Hospital Rotary' Rurol-Urban Day... The Stark. Rotary Club' ;" : ..
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will mark the beginning of the 34th Annual Bradford The second annual Restoration Fair the Lions Club. Tickets will also be available the day of
6:30: to 7:30: p.m. starting April 11 and ending May 2. Fee I I. $8 County Depot "
fqr Center M.mber.IO, for non-members and Includes a. Fair. ; by the Archer Historical Society, takes place Saturday, the Fair. ; ,
tot. bag. Call 964-4210 to,register. Rotary members will begin serving dinner at IMS: a.m., March 31, at the old depot in Archer, beginning, 9 a.m.Featured' \
Tickets are $3 and may be purchased from any Rotary Club inside'the old depot will be a Country'Store, a bake : .
Aerobic Cia...... will be offered from ".5 and 5-6 p.m. .member or at the Farmer's Market wi I, be artists and craftspeople from the shop and a historical museum featuring many railroad '
Monday. Wednesday and Friday. beginning March 19 A take-out service will also be available and signs directing surrounding area. This year's show will be judged with memorabilia and items of local Importance. There will
;horugh May 11' Classes or. sponsored by the Bradford traffic to the drive-thru will be displayed.Stark 'first, second and third place ribbons awarded .in five be a display of Civil War weapons etc, and a display of
Hospital C.nt.r for H.ahh'and Fitness. Classes are free to< categories:' Painting, (I photography, drawing and period clothing'. A kerosene burning headlight from an
comprehensive' members and$2 per class for the public.,Call lay Scout Troop 70 meets from 7 8:30 p.m.: each: graphics sculpture and crafts. Participants in the show early,American train has been loaned. for the day ,by.. '
964..21010 register. -. Tuesday In the scout hut. behind the tennis courts on Pratt will vote for the artists choice. Donate McNeil of Archer. ,
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Monday in attendance. They will set a living camp and will Booth and a Makeup Lady. Popcorn will oe available
.. March 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A Welghtwatcher dub... Is being held In Stark. on Up
The public encouraged I to attend the festivities! which Include nights at 6:30 pm.: Call Peggy R.gist.r1.264.4155 for demonstrate Civil War drilling; firing and camp life. from the Archer School Patrol who will also have a Fish'
tour of the fecllltlss{ slldcthowt meeting community mare Information. The First Florida is based in Gainesville and annually Bowl..The Balloon Lady from Cross City will be in atten-
I.ad.rs.door, prlz.*'....ry 30 minutes, and a free chicken. hosts and directs the battles of Olustce, east of Lake City dance and -there will'be.'variedentertainment' '
dinner with refreshments. > Melrose'.O.P.S. The w.lght reducing club meets each Tuesday -,' and Natural Bridge*south of Talla ssee. throughout. the day. '
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A.C.T. Test':.. Entrance test for Santa F. Community College at 9:30 a.m. at the Ellam! Baptist Church In Melrose. 1 A barbecue chicken dinner.will be> serv'edby the Ar- -The Lions Club ?Eyemobile" will" be'in Archer all day doling :.- -.

has been let for April 5 at Bradford High School In the Singles Club... a singles club Is being formed In Macclenny; :,cher Lions Club beginning at' 11 a.m. The dinner'con- -. screening for glaucoma:and diabetes at no charge. :
library at 8:30 a.m. for the purpose of having weekly or monthly get-together*, iSisting of barbecued chicken, baked beans, cole slaw Anyone having outgrown eyeglasses are urged to bring ,
I these In to the These used the Lions
'land bread costs $3 per plate. Advance tickets, are Eyemobile. are by
and social functions. A weekly dance Is being h.ld on each:
Trinity Episcopal Church... Meetings hold.ach week In the' Friday night at the Women's Club, located two blocks south, :available from' membersof, the Historical Society: and' Club; program to provide better sight. the,needy.. t.
Parrlsh House Include: of the traffic light on 5th treet. i ,, ,' 4 '
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. '..i. : For mar. Information on the club and social events', .coll I';, .
Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30: p.m. Viola Rlzk at 1-259-4784. .' '
y, Brownies meet Monday at 3 p.m. : .
Girl Scout meet Monday at 3 ;Melrose Theatre Group PresentsAnother : : .,; -
p.m A Wetghtwetcher Club... I Is being held In Stark. on Monday ,
Boy'. Choristers meet Wednesday nigh* at i p.m. j' F nights'at 6:30 p.m. Call Peggy Register at 1-264-4153 for ., \ ..- -. \ .
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the Keystone Heights High ,chool cafeteria. Junior cia....., Hippodrome Film Club>> features a variety of-films of a'coJ. }. Play by G i1'and{ .Sullivan ;'
will bo held from 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m and senior classesfrom
7:30 p.m. 8:30: p.m. Call 473-3964 for more Infarmaf temporary natur..aoch Friday and Saturday!night at the Hippodrome \ >, .' ,.1 \
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*?; ;;: \ Gilbert and Sullivan's "The to 'North Central Florida.:There was successive weekends: April 5-7, and.
'I' -; 1.. Yeomen the Guard",with its grand "The 'Mikado" In 1979 "H.M.S. April 1214. AU performances start at
Aerobic Clfisse, ,.are being offered''Monday and Have .n announcement?... Get It In to us by Monday at Sand music and hilarious comedy is eom-'. Pinafore" 1980 "The.Pirates ,of' 9:15: p.m: and are located In the Trinity .
Wednesday at 9:30 d.m,4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; and on p.m, we can put It In the Colander,,local events, church .log to Melrose on Thursday, April K Penzance"11n 1981 "lolanthe" to 1962,' : Parish House In :Melroso. The .
Tuesday: and Thursday at 3:30: p.m. at the Keystone Heights gatherings, special! ,speaker or new group organlilng' will Melrose Music Theatre proudly any"I t "Patience" In 1983, 'and now "The House Is on State Road 26,"onetenthmil
'A. Woman'* Club.Colt 473-3784 for further Information. be Included on request.. We must oak that you keep Thom. .Yeomen..of the Guard'% la' 1991,, west of the intersection of State
concise a* ,possible.f thrilllag !"Pirates' not only ,appeared la Road 26 and State Road *1 In Melrose.,
Aerobic Classes will be offered from 3-6 p.m. Mondays ,-. !"t "r; 'I IDs Melrose but also invaded the Thomas All tickets are W for Friday and,
Wednesday and Friday beginning Jan 16 through March 9. 'I i price in the unique atmosphere the, Center in Gainesville to audiences 0(' 'Saturdayperfornuncee and '9& for .
Classes are sponsored by. the Bradford Hospital Center for .r ', Trinity Parish House in Melrose. ,almost'1,500 people. MMT has per:; ;Thursday performance and are
Health* and Fitnessdaises 'are free to comprehensive >> t : (i'' I' "The' Yeomen, of.: the Guard" formed the Melrose Madrigal Dinners 'available .through Florida: Arts ,
member and f:2 per class or $40 for the eight week sessionfar .., ;' Ir. Gilbert and Sullivan's crown Jewel 01 since 1974 and -has also producedBroa4wsy 'CelebraU<>nIGalneSvlUe or by writing ",: .
everyone, .,,eon) 964-4210- : to regl.t--:. I ((V.: ,1;; CorrectionAn :..' '(,comic opera, 'is a tale of mistaken'\ Reviews for the last three Melrose Music Theatre;P.O. Box
f i *'* "* ;. -.,.'\ I identity, a jilted Jester,,and an execution : '.578 Melrose. Fl saaae. or by purchase
Aerobic*Cesses! ,ore being offered In lake Butler/ on Morir' ".' : error appeared in the March 22' that never occurs, all guarded ,r.Foor,4 Th\ ,day and ,Thursday afternoon ., 4:3O p.m.;; In room;126 at. 'j'I. article about Florida writer Al But .i t hilariously. .stuffy '''Beefeater'yeomen t. David Reman! is the director and Judy, UF,.$OIr Office Me1t'GM.' Rooaeeno.'. '.
'. Union County High/ School. Also in Starts on Tuesday at 2, ,Jf! In.Al's book, "Becalmed the" r\ ,: In the Tower of London.;.Thia calla ;ie. tile'' choreographer:: 'The' ll'.p4 Ahte Water Bays =Keystone'ia ; ----
,I p.m..t St. Marks Bpbeopal, I Church. Call 964-5078 for Inf e r;. ..f:! Mullet Latitudes', Al has named this 'l ,R 'gem of 'musical theatre ha*' the .... PbIllip''Wial lyIJackle! ; : Villue. IIardWUe _
motion'W, ft it.1JF part of Florida, "Florgia'V :not '. '. 'S sparkle of grand opera that Sullivan ,UmgMjP md BensonJimmy Nemkv =' ; Hice tbow.F -::
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: meet second Tudoy of each month at 7:30 p.mo'' at First, ,'I"."" ,r concede that thta one is Vtba beat". 'and. David Shoemaker.: \ \'. '(I04)'m. :::!. .,..,. ,.;
:I ,"Baptist' ,Church In Keystone. ,} ', Melrose Music Theatre (MMT) i.sln' Six pe rforinanc of "The Yeomen '"WIitpe"p, \\P.: { Bee 1 ''tk '';':
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Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosby and BOO. for ten years, and really before had theCrosby's a ter's sister in the,Pines Convalescent because they do not get involved in Brooker.Adult plates are$2.110 and children framed certiflca. wf and a $5 Jr lift Stew certificate ..
the wonderful time visiting Mae, Mildred the so-called important parts of the Serving from the Western I
Matthugh, visited her parents home. Home In Starke Lula 12 and under,$2.Dessert is extra. '1idost'
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Laurence Sarambes of N.J. Millie, as evening dinner guests of the; Hugh the A great Rev. james Parr 01'Lake large ones would collapse. No one ad. Joining live band us music.for an! Stephanie 'cUrk. Eric WUkerson. ,JJosh.IAIW1lt
she is called, is the official Crosby family ; followed by several people mires the nails that hold the building Uriy P Tteb, JimmY -
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greeter of all the Miss America Judy Godwin returned home cousin SUn-, taking part in the talent night. together, but they are just as Important Brooker School News... !: pr.wdyndKelHyDy), l. ." 'J
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Mark FrledlinICT potential in an already successful) "This Friday will be an opportunity
Staff Writer program. For the past two years, for those who are already familiar
Sunshine Industries Workshop will Mrs. Essie Crosby and Mrs,Elizabeth with Sunshine Industries to come out
be throwing open their doors this Fri- Walker, instructors from Vo-Tech, and see for themselves the recent Improvements -
day, March 30 for an Open House have provided Sunshine Industries in the program,";:Dh rector :
event that is it symbol of the group's students with training in academicsand Larimer said. "For anyone not
commitment to an expanding pro basic education. With the addi- familiar with the program/this' is
gram here in Bradford County,a program tion of the new grant and carpentry your opportunity to show your sup-
that has grown from small instructor David Pfenniger. we feel port for the Bradford Association for
beginnings. the potential' for the wood-working retarded Citizens and their committ-
Sunshine Industries Director Bob program is tremendous." ment to provide quality training for f
Larimer is welcoming the public to The workshop provides clients with the handicapped in Bradford County.
attend an event that promises to be vocational training in the areas of and
and best the has "Come enjoy a free lunch see
the biggest program sorting and ,
packaging
carpentry
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:. ever had. The director justifiably horticulture and lawn maintenance.
ple work together for a common S
proud of the progress made in the
past year and says his clients are Some of the items presently being cause." ..! __, -S
eager to show the public what they produced include wood 'pallets,
have accomplished."What survey stakes and mobile home skirting. "
began as a small program With the new grant and instructor FLORIDA.
with six clients, has developed into a on board, the program also plansto
progressive training program serving begin production of new products THEATREStarke 4
42 developmentally disabled adults in including picket fencing, cypress swings u +'
Bradford County," Larimer said. picnic tables and planters 964-5451
"It's an exciting feeling to experiencethe "Sunshine Industries is committedto We have the spirit to serve you better :
growth we have had in the past provide teaching and training andto Fri., Sat., Sun. 1
here is really
few years. Everyone encourage each client to reach
looking" forward to the event this Fri- their highest level of acheivement to 72 hours of liberty /

day.This.year's Open House marks an help them develop vocational skills to forget everything the =the Spiral rs ce
and abilities to live as independently them !
taught
Navy euer
important stage in the development of as possible in the community 1 W Clark qt Jeiterson St ot. Starke 32091. (904) 9$4-7050 : r
the Sunshine Industries in more ways Larimer said. "All clients receive 241 Combined Banking Experience ," .

than director one, accoridng additions to Larimer.at the facility The wages for their work projects which ... '1"""'" ... I < i. i*.. .. .... *. "....?.J4qm1t FplC ,
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have helped.the staff to do a more room and board,'im some cases." AI
through job and to serve their clients), '
f better, while the clients themselves Some of the new projects started ..
learn valuable skills important to recently include the development of a 4
their development.With horticulture program, a program aid- MOMEVSAVIajgTTFOQp "riG'
the help of the Bradford-Union ed by community volunteers and Sun-
1 Area Vocational Technical School, a shine Industries personel. The program ntYictuw(4JR1 .
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recently been completed. lion of six to eight Vocational { 1 : Ad Good
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provide the workshop with needed sion of services which will expand the March 29 April 3
tools and equipment as well as a services of the program to meet a
carpentry instructor," Larimer con- greater variety of needs of the han- Starke 9647484Fri. '
tinued. This increasing cooperation dicapped in Bradford County. Paramount Poultry,
between Sunshine Industries and Vo- Sat., Sun., Mon.
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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm Honor Student by Day Fryer Quarters .. .j, . . m., .I
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J. catfish . : lb. x.39 -i -' Crakw' Jb, $1.19i ;
(Owned by Fred Mueller, Alligator Creek Ranch) ___________ : :

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Tornado victims'are still I I Iniheproi-l_ 1 yiefnbutt! : new1. be were, pinnedyistiovered'by
cess of getting their lives and.belDhgf under A siiSheWai e ings put back together after the sljori* I | \ ( ''str4.ly.I 8' '' a I e'' I It (
hit a Deer Springs Road mobaehpm* 'boy 'tHat'l sl) dovriShe thja street, '
community on Feb. 2T, t "j, Mon lam; :L'"l'vas very; .wise and +I
Fran Frazer, the only 4eroiisl'| 'W';: p brava' FT';azermen 'said. "He J
jured victim of '''the 'stotmr]' Ss-'iiow: told, nie t< icy, still ;and 'didn't.try! toFHzer 1F'I' v SUPPLY
recouperating at home frqm a.broker!] jove* e..I.;I < 1F'
leg she suffered as '4 result: of th 1 M p : siid ,lher' neighborsPiave
storm. i j i il, I T'l' "I knee gnat from jthe first day. i1i I Iay 1 ill
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from 10 months tq a year1 said fir theirjclotMfetywr: and personal belongings it. !
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Mrs. Frazer's right leg Wad prunes" I ,:,, rr: The, w 'mi the [neighborhoodpalvaged EDL
in three. places !when'' the t! torhadoj I pur-clot IBS; washed' them A-LAC
disintegrated her mobil i home I,1, and brought there back.. There ,Was
around noon that day, "' ;, ; very: ittle ot sale iged;" she said
"I was changing the(beds that riorl-} I''' .v, Insane;! plus a gift' ftom Mts.
ning, when I heard It ,coming.! j; It''I, Ffazer'lS} f ithep-in-iaw, replaced their ., ,
sounded like a monster train.?, ,I went > former: m bile home with,, a" larger'9ne" iwljdl bcoi k i' Ihli 111 hob
between the mattress' and could seethe t < \ I" :
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disintegrating," she sa jthe. 'Itseerpe4 I Mrs.'Fraz,' ei I; my ..washer I I 'i !'hip! ? ,0, i. } / li 'I, {it ind t to explode and that '.. .'. and ga'ttenIelbac. \ is Washer and aIlrye. GII s'I 'I i I /
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remember. !i I; He W>k my; Isnjatcheddishese4dgave :. ;
When Mrs. Frazer came to,':'she wall I osets.; I I gOp I

i still debris under out in the mattress" land, > other t t! ,I JMr..1,Fr f zer' say the bnly"old thing la f'I i'V,1' ? / I'I' Q.
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looked around, it looked like1: a P| ). Uff.D.," 1.4. ". ..j,. !. ., s .nsdl + v8el
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,, urban day chicken dinner,'!to ,be b lie I ,;: I I''I S raw' 1'f,',Queen, various exhibits,' lli1; Il art I tsse vat !i t l i ii
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annual i a' fun-filled m dwa'will''' ,, 1S.60 '
{M County Fair. ,: ; |I j:]I vj 1',1; ,,1I ,1\\'' i f'T the.bigiest, I fair ever} make. I' fI i :; t I j ill .*loin n. !la host'it 1Qtto .lst +' i. .
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,).' r thousands of visitors during tlfO/ .1 'prgjettthStarke', nota / N I gya11 IrMt' IiMil'; ipta .qugrN I Or I
" day event. The' gibbon\ Cutting! Club| sponsors:proceed from the din1ner t l' ,w I sii aU '
" ceremony will be held j, at;' noon I i, ,,go toward funding the scholarship 9 ( a P'' I' i bl I ''CO
, .i' program .OfI red to Bradford County h I I h I l1 F.ctory listi14.28
a Wednesday, April and the fell w: + r
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ByMarkFrledlin Conti said. "One entire class forget to First,,the child's fingerprint'card in the home Bog 1 i I Hurry Subject to Sell-Out
BCT Staff Writer bring their permission slips and we should be retained in the school's per- I -
"Your child is missing"The had only one parent not give their per- manent filers!! well as in the recordsNOW
words are enough to provoke a mission. We think it has been very
spasm of fear in most parents as a successful. LOOK CLOSELY AT TORO'
spate of child abductions have been Each year between 1,3 and 1.8 :
publicized in the national media in the million children disappear from their .
past several weeks with a series of homes, according to statistics sup- '
special television shows and plied by the Child Abuse Prevention : "I grew up with Toro tractors at
consciousness-raising seminars by Project. Of these children approx- 1 I Latrobe. I know Tore( lasts.." t bI'
local police forces. imately 50,000 are not runaways, they : AVAILABLE, ARNOLD PALMER ..
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Elementary school a group of local percentage of these children are For Your Mome Entertainment ',, :
civic organization put together returned safely to their homes. A r PRESEASON SALE
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fingerprinting children in grades 1-6 They stay missing subjecting their I. 44 ; 21" cut rear bagger with Briggs
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agencies a fast means of identification a living nightmare, in which the
in case a child is abducted. The parents never know for. sure the fate clutch. Self propelled, rear
program is called Print-A-Kid. of their offspring. Or even worse, t wheel drive. Model 20661
The effort was organized by Betty their bodies are located as the victimsof $35O
Young of the Bradford Child Abuse murderers .
Prevention Project and aided by Every year children's bodies are t '
volunteers from the Bradford County located but are unable to be Identifieddue t Reg. 539.95 46995Sale
Sheriff's Department, the Bradford to a lack of available informationand
County School Board, the Kiwanis permanent records. -
Club of Starke and the Starke The members of the various civic Exclusive 2 Year Home Owner;
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"We've had 116 out of a total enroll- they are ever searching for children 1 ti
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Scottish James Set' in ':Jacksonville .



The Campbells are coming, and the !,0 much to our American way of life. Installations' and at King's Bay. Ad-
Donalds, the McLarens, the Advance tickets to the Games are Vance tickets are$4 for adults, $2 for
y Sutherlands and many more Scottish available at a discount at the Civic students ages o18; and children under
"' r ettl Clans, along with the pipers, dancers, Auditorium the Coliseum, Ed White 0 will be admlttedfree. Tickets at the
and athletes. They oil will be at the High School Sears at Orange Park, gate will Dar |9 for adults and $3 for
I IL Eighth Annual Jacksonville Scottish Hoyfs Stereo at Roosevelt Mall, Mr. students. Tickets to the Tartan Ball at
t Highland Games and Gatherlnf of the Dunderbak's at Regency Square and $17.50 per person..
Clans scheduled for Saturday, April Special Services at all the local Naval -

14, on the' athletic field of Ed White .
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Society of Jacksonville, the games 4 A 11
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In Scottish athletics, both Steer
amateur and professional, Highland Are !;
Dancing, pipe bands, with bands attending Offering 1out
from North Carolina,
Georgia, and Florida, as well as Individual I
piping and drumming. In addition
there will be children's games This WeekBREAKFAST
and a military unit tog ef-war com Only'I
petition.. The Haggis Hurl and Bon- I
niest Knees. contest' will add to the i March 29 thru April 4 I

fun. Thursday
Wednesday
Colorful Clan tents will surroundthe SPECIAL
main athletic field and dealers in .

Death Notices Scottish goods will be there with sup- 6:00.a.m.: to 10:30 a.m.
....0':...............................'.. plies of jewelry, books, tartans, and
memorabilia. You will be able to sample

3 Mrs Annie L. Mock Born in'Pomton Lake, N.J.,He had with Masonic rites by Arlington Scottish meat pies and bridles or .

(> Mrs.. Annie Lee Mock, 61, off spent his' last ten years In Lake Lodge 309 F & AM. v i if these aren't to your liking, that old ALL YOU CARE.,TO EAT ,
Lawtey, died Saturday, March 24, In Butler. Born in Coleman, Fla., Mr. Hutto American favorite hot dog and Coke.
;- Shand Hospital Gainesville. Survlvors'nclude, one son Robert served hi the U.S.Army Air Corp dur. Scottish Highland Games are family Breakfast & Fruit Bar &'
Born in Charleston, S.C. Mrs. Mock C. Byrne of Lake Butler, three sisters, ing WWII; was a member of Grace':r fun for everyone regardless of national :
;' had lived in Jacksonville for 15 yeark one brother and two grandchildren, United.Methodist Church; was past origin. Scots will have an opportunity '
ji before moving to Starke severaK Funeral services were held in his ,Chairman of the Board of Trustees Of to celebrate their heritage ,$1".9'9
% years ago. She was the daughter of E. hometown of Syracuse. He was buried Grace United Methodist Church and' and those not of Scottish descent can Only' .
Layless I and Blanche Murray of in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In was a member of the Church's Admlnistrative learn more about,and share the traditions -
\c Charleston;S.C and was a member 1.Paterson; N.J.GeorgeT.. Council. He was a of, these people who_have- ,-addedEnter -
/ the North Jacksonville' Baptist' retired barber having owned and" ..orarr LUNCHEON SPECIAL
t Church. operated Hutto's Barber Shop; was a W '

Survivors include her husband, Tetstone, past Master of Arlington Lodge 309, 11:00 dm. to,3:00: p.lnrt.
F.& A.M., a member of the Scottish ?
R.H. Mock of Lawtey; one ,sister,
Margaret E. Thompson of Hollywood, George Tom Tetstone, 88* .Qi Rite Bodies Morocco Temple of the Our ,
three brothers, C.O. (Zack Brooker, died Friday afternoon GeneralHospital Shrine, the Arlington Shrine Club, x AnySANDWICH ".
of March 23, in Alachua OES Chapter 222, and the D.A.V.
Murray No. Charleston, S.C., E.L. EasterColoring
>, Murray of Roanoke Rapids, N.C and following a brief Illness. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. .A.>
f P.P. Murray of Belvedere, ,S.C.; 13 Mr. Tetstone was a retired farmer Irene Vivian Hutto; two daughters, Choice of Potato and' Beverage'
,'nieces' and eight nephews. and member of Church of God of Pro. Yvonne Elaine Monroe and Pamela
Funeral services held Menb phecy, in Broeker. Ann Cannon; one son, Tillman F.Hut '
were Contest
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day March 26, at 11 a.m. In the ; 1.79
i p Chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral Obelia Cassels Tetstone of Brooker; Wells, Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave'andMl'I. rip, Only,
three daughters. Ruby 'Allen and Kids, pickup a
Garnita Parker; six: grand-
Home
of Starke
with the Rev. James
i-'\: Saunders and Rev. Mae White of- Willa Mae McDavid, both of Brooker, children. ,i" coloring entry; form at STEER BUnGER I

.. ficiating. Burial was in Crosby'Lake and Melba\ Danipietf' of Gainesville; In lieu of flowers, the family requests -,,,t,, our store, color the, Chicken'Firet
nine soils\ ; Shurteyj Rueytiuby,C.J., made Ham & Cheese
under that memorials be to-/ and
Cemetery the direction of Ar- Easter Bunny,
Hubert,Otis and Lonnie Tetstone, all
chie Tanner Funeral Home. of Brooker, Earl Tetstone :of Grace Hospice United NE Methodist Florida. Church or\\] ., you might be a, ., :fish Sandwich .. Steak Sandwich .
and Jetstone>of :J. in for
; Mrs. Carrie D. Edwards Gainesville Raiford winner! Come
Starke one sister, Mrs. Viola Futchof "' "*
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t" Mrs. Carrie Dean Edwards, 91, of Titusville; 35 grandchildren, '28 '' \ "V contest a DINNER SPECIAL '., .
Starke,'died Friday, March 23, at the and three great- :Card of Thanks' list of prizes.!! No '
great-grandchildren .
3:00: ;: to Closing .
;v' Regency Oaks ,Unicare Center, great grandchildren. : purchase necessary! p.m t }?

.f, Gainesville. Funeral services were held Monday the Heilbron<
Mrs A Special Thanks to ,! .
Born in Jonesboro, Ark., : Edt "
; March 26, at 2 p.m. in Archer and the manyjimany '
Fire'Dept.
wards moved to Starke in the 1920s Springs 6 SIRLOIN STEAK
; Funeral Home Chapel of Lake Butler 'friends both known" and'unknown ,
E q-: was the wife of the.late Lacy Robert"Doc" with Rev. G.C. Fogarty officiating. "
offered"ofthemselveS
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Edwards of Starke and ,
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was a Burial was in Ft. Call Cemetery ,in
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household goods money)
the clothing ;
member of the Grace United ;'" "
of Union CountY.. with ;Archer Funeral' and sympathy. We offer our heartfelt Salad Bar & .Be erage
Methodist Church
Survivors Include Lawtey.one daughter, Home in charge of arrangements\. thanks to each and all of you.May,;>,1

Mildred Testone; two sons, Tommy ''Howei(JI. lade none of you ever experience fire the Thank shock;'j,.", $4.59
of losing everything by ''',
Edwards and Bobby Edwards two FrI. Only
; 1 lowell l)Hampton Halle,53, died injuries. ?'."
God there were no personal ;
da ghters-in-l w,Mrs. June Edwards "
'a day, March 23, irt 'Veteran's'' Ad. 'Glen&Rose Piggott t uf ,
'wand Mrs. Judy' Edwards,, all of ministration Hospital Gainesville, I j
Fgrmily;
Starke; 12 grandchildren and 12 great following an extended illness, : .' : ,... I : f
,; 'grandchildren and four step- I e>'tlGm-ud-8'Vt; 'ved most Of his _,:' I'tli'J nbvoi.'" ,
g UweJl416Wi .....J V g f iax3dsy I k If:' I r r' Halle was( : ....' ,Y"f a m rx r 'W-mvfmrm 1)1& 1tIIRI"+, ..t i
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H ;une M26.mtHenfflpil>eryic: M. we,. p- meinberof| *live i Baptist mi>>> .y ,( &"rrlcr i l d leV;u .*f\, \, H TWcztcrn' '' '" i '" Stecii ',
and also member of the LaEe \ -
was' a hearts toward i i :IParfl.; (y
''' of tie Archie Tanner Funeral Home ':
Butler.VFW, W blends
.;"of Starke with the Rev: Delbert King Survivors ''Include'his' ."wife, Betty Beautiful for flowers the many, gifts.acts.of of kindness.food 'and larksL STEnzaiouscUS : ,.-

(t. and 'Rev. James Tompkins of- Lou Herbrafrd'Halle:of )I rake Butler; other thoughts expressed dutjng our ,
; ficiating. Burial was in Santa Fe Halle of
one daughter, flamarys
want to
Cemetery: under the direction of Ar- Winter Park;; one Son, Martin Halle of bereavement.thank Dr..Hernandez We especially for his untiring SHOP 301 S ;964-8061;
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. Winter Park; one brother, Colin Halleof services. Those comforting expressions Edward Road at Bradford-Square

Raiford and,.;several) I nieces, '" and [ of sympathy have,been'deeply I .
Mrs. Zona
Morgan nephews. will be __ .
appreciated and always ,I
Mrs. Zona Morgan 93; of Starke, Funeral'servlc*S '. died Thursday March 22,,Jn Tampa. day, March, at 10.30: a.m. In Archer ; J.Gerald Adklns .
I Born and raised in Bradford Coun- Funeral Home,Chapel with Elder Bob ,Family .I ADD LIFE TO YOUR YEARS'

",ty, Mrs.Morgan was a member of the Smith officiating. Burial was in Erzey '. L,. .
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Morgan Road Baptist Church: and was Chapel Cemetery 'with Archer ,
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T one of the oldest members. of the Funeral) Home of Lake Butler in The family of the late Gus Kelly, Sr.' r ;. ,. .J 1 ,a. th < .
b church as a charter. charge,df arrangements. \ each and "J f' ,
would like to thank everyoneof '
,t Survivors include one son, Leatori ,
Jr. of Starke three you for.. your prayers cards \ and Fitness
Morgan. ; 'telegrams flowers, and words of t BH Center for Health
daughters, Maurice Hall -of 'Ocala, TUlman F. Ilutt ;Sr. comfort In the hour of our bereavement '
I -Emalyne of Weirdale, Funeral 'services ,.for '''Tillman. God bless each and every. .. .
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Fla. and Brown of Tampa; 14 Franklin Hutto, ST., who died Mom :'o:'
grandchilaren, 31 great grand- day. Mar h'26,.- .were. held Wednes---, one will of you.I lift up'mine eyes unto the Mil The BH Center for Health and Fitness now Nautilus equipment U the most
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fi children and four great great grand-. :day, March 28, 'at 2:30.: .m. .in the from whence cometh my ,help. My 1't7!\ ,'' offers 12 piece of Nautilus equipment-: advanced and scientifically designed
use
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available.
new
: ; Grace United Methodist Church WithRev. cometh the Lord who made \ apparatus
help from '
Funeral services were held Sunday, Robert W, Milby, ,officiating; 'and the Earth. ): workout the Center offers helps build muscle strength.,. ,ndurancf.4.J
I' 25, at 2:30: p.m. at the Morgan :Greenlawn .Cemete the Heaven 01"h-J.t f for ar\ oeroblc -
Burial ; and flexibility.
Road Baptist.:Church with the Rev. was uv The. Kelly.'Family ; a rnototlze.d; .treadmil!"'stqtlonary exercise I .
Bob and Rev. Robert Gillis of- '' and aerobic dance classes
| Cooper bicycles. exercise CJ.
f. ,A superior staff of professional
.rf ficiating. Burial was in Kingsley Lake ,"' A nearby Fit-Trail Is available as well. work with you in
fc, Cemetery with .Archie Tanner. i aky specialists personally

t f-rangements.: Funeral Home in' charge'"< .of ar- Starke .Family Planning, Clinic Tf fl"'J._;'. ., Whirlpool workout to' lelax 1 ,in after >, .H- your designing goals the'' right program ,to.'. meet' IoNf

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:t' NOTICE CARS & TRUCKS FOR,SALEMAOOm SALE Cabinets N.w Ccablnet.ft Vanities

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'$1 FORD ESCORT AT PS PB air cond., Cabinet Repair
| CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be subI ; ; IIMCROCK SALES 702.3173. -
milled AM radio $3200. Will negotiate MOBILE HOME SUPPUESt Window ft Formica Work
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County lawtey. 2/23 fin
j Telegraph office In writing and paid In 782-3348. 3/29 USED GALVANIZED TIN 24"x3', 24"x7', "'. door, plumbing and elec. supplies: '''.457. ill
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77 CMC mo CHEVROLET LUV. 197 INTERNATIONAL BARGAIN CENTER 1 !
advance unless credit Ia I 1
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SCOUT, Four wheel mil. South of Starke. 3/01 tfn
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.1 stabllshed with this office.. tlon. 782-3173. 2/23 tfn-
drive. No reasonable offer refued. CE ELECTRIC RANGES 30", whit. $80
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of LAWTIY I.I
I RESPONSIBLE FOR'MISTAKES IN 964-6471. call after 5 p.m. 3/22 tfn taking bid on old wooden church II.,i each; end loader for a Ford tractor, Fill Dirt LREAIT
$350.964-7048.3122
77 CHEVETTEt Good condition. $1400. 2tchg 3/29
I CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER building. 34 feet long by 44 feet wide.For .
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! THE TELEPHONE. Call 964-4999.,Itpd 3/29 call WASHER $121; dryer $100; double bed, Hauled & Spread ,

! Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY. 170 CHEVY IMPALAi 350, V-8. A/C 782-3594 more or 782-3191.Information.3/1S pleat 4tchg 4/09 $60; twin bed $-40; bunk bed, $125; Reasonable Rate PHONE 964..77762&S m'
htr., radio Call .t.reo. $60; bedroom suite '
$450. 9645494. 3222tpd queen
NOON prior to Thursday publication. 3/29 Cl DRYER $150; double headboard w/bamboo trim. $350: color TV $100; Call Anytime T IWIUBGR N. Tempi; LL0SPECIAL !
Minimum charge I is 15 word for$2.73 wI light. $20; GE Washer, bat offer; '
1972 FORD FSOOt V-8, 4.p.. power steering B/W TV, $43; Ilk* new dinette, $150, 1-485-1541 Stark 'O!
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. draft table, $20; table w/chalr. $60.
,wet coast mirror, warning light, smoked glass dinette, $200; .
Call 964-43S4 after 6 3/29
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""" "" new rebuilt engine. May be teen at 4/05 p.m. ofa/chalr, $85; ,Hlde-A-Bed $75; Jay Dee& Sons -
YARD SALE Waldo Sealed bids waterbed, $250 fro.free '
City Compound accepted ;
ONI REGISTERED UMOUSIN BULL with GrahamCeramic If the best haalways'' : 'been your
at Waldo City Hall through April refrigerator, $125; small refrigerator
paper. 3 year old. 782-3679. Itchg $93, matching bed. tag challenge-Beautiful spacious 3 M, 2 BA
tI 20. retain the right to refute any Captain's $ ;
SPRING SALE Clothe, shoes, chair, CIr: 3/29
and bid, go stove, $100 elec. Move, $100 Double
3/29 4tthg 4/19 ; ; brick on 1.7 Ac. at Country Club.
I whot-nots, tapestries, garden plow 2-WHEEL GARDEN SEEDER W/fertlllzr
77 HONDA excellent chest of draw.40.. 964-4284, Itpd
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strawberries pot beans and otherv.p.tabl.s. attach. High wheel cultlvat.or.9645004.,1tchg 3/29 fireplace. ,
Bryan' This 'N That Shop 7823202.running condition. $1250 or best offer 3/29 17.1 CU. FT.WHlllPOOllE'RIGIRATOI ''SerViceWalll PREFERRED PROPERTIES'TO .
Corner SR 16 301. Stark. 9644029. Itchg 3/29 FARMAU SUPER A TRACTOR w/dl.k, ,
w/lcemaker, and Floor .
77 JEEP WAGONEERs 4 WO, automatic bedder, Cola $150.964-8424. Itpd3/29 SEE IT IS TO LOVlITItC1teimlnt. nearly new,
1 .' Itchg 3/29 Lake AC tilt wheel atereo. maps, low turn plow, weepf 9 .8503. HOUSE CEMENT PILLARS, Topper for % New W.rklI.palra brick 3 M.3 BA ham e*1%.A*,near Country Clb.
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SATURDAY. Crosby Run $1800.
f :;:,; ;. planter. great. ton pickup' truck $73. 964-4162. end Re Grout
Itpd ,_ lens total
Road 100 West. Follow signs." 9:00 mileage. In excellent condition. $3500or Itpd 329TOMATOBELL Great Km.;fireplace: ,ecm' porch,
329POODLEi
beat offer 7823202. Itchg 3/29 CABBAGE '64.57'OontB.A. 11" heated. SP-64J.000. Aum. mtg. epprax.S3 .
5:00. Tool, fan, stereo, and .. PEPPER AND
I misc.llaneou..ltpd 3/29 1982 DATSUN P/Ur' LW8. A/C low PLANTS $4/hundred. Also chicken White. male, one year old. Hod *, 72. Mo. pint..$444. Owner offer fin. also
shots
$35. Call
mileage. $5,600. 964-5663 day or 964-5776. Itpd 3/29 .MINI ESTATE 3 BR brick '.n'l .M. AHr.' fence
1 BABY FURNITURE! & Miscellaneous home, good lumber and tin. 964-6528. CONN CAPER ELECTRONIC ORGAN 11 -
I Item Two families. Saturday. March 475-2636 night ft weekend 3/29 Itchg 3/29 ,Instrumental selections A, w/elec. gate..tkd pond metal. Mdg..
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. 31, 900: 5:00 p.m. 393 W. Weldon 2tchg 4/05 PIECE BEDROOM SET In antique whit, selection, 13 foot. pedal; election rhythm. LAKE ACCESS-Crystel. lake. S M, S BA .t.DM,.
: Str.et. Itchg 3/29 77 CHEVROLET P/U. Two tone paint plus full bed hardly uied. Dretter Twin keyboard bench. like Kitchen C/' on 9 g. _r. lot. Only $43.000.
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i 42S N. CHRISTIAN STREET Fri.. Sat. A/C, auto tran, PS LWB F8, .3501Brl w/mlrror-chest-nlght Hood t head, Call 964-6987 for organ new. Statistic 'NEW' VA, FHA i CONV. TERMS M. BA.
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March 3031. 9:00 4.00: p.m.. Clothe, '; Good tire 3/29* Call 533-2474 after 5:30: board. All excellent condition $375. TRAMPOUNEt ft. $339. Curie Cycles, 41,000 Chimney,Fires lot L-ihaped I/O) stone fireplace, cathedral calling,

i household book, tap recorder, 1976 p.m.GMC Itpd P/Ui 350 engine, automatic Seller moving. 473-3944 or .964-6229. 964-6020. Itchg 3/29 Year $9 million damage to skylight. fans. Only 144.100. Excellent locale.:
I :4 many other Item Itpd 3/29 Itpd 3/29 ,BOAT SHELTER U'xIS'xr, $..99. Full homeowner Don't let this .'QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD-CM.loca.3: BR. I'A BA.
'F. MARCH 2+. 30 Sit Friday, Saturday Jl transmission new paint run great. GOLD FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOFAl Good '
.. $1200.964.8503. Itpd 3/29 delivery and set up. Curies Cycle, happen to you. Estimates C/B w/carporti 1026l.slweod Dr. $34.000.
I Sunday. 8:00: tll 5:30.66 Mustang 389, 1972 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE New Ins condition.$175. Call 964-7152 3Ifn 964-6020, Itchg 329MOBILE Coil 64.1271 '1373 BLANDINO-hmrtoga Heights CB 3 BR. 1%\! ","
AC trailers automotive TWO SINGLE HIDI-A-EIDS, excellent '
AT ; utility : tenor runs good. $925.782-3:107.: Itchg --- ,SAMtllPMWamMy 6A. CHI,< ..g. eaIot.
) part; tools; carbs.; Std. transmissions; condition $60 ea.; ttereo -component .PARTIALLY FURNISHED DOUBUWIM-I old. en
174 JEEP WAGONEER 4WD. AT, PS, PB, HOMES Saturday'Blankensfilp yr.
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1 Bell helmet Ig.; van itov & Ice box let, record player, 8-track. cassette .
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AC, AM/FM 8-trk., CB, 100,000 mile. be.toffer ever 1 ac CH/A. Ig. front porch. $36.000..LOCATIOH.LOCATIOHlmmeculate
I combination and Ink and table; record, $40. Microwave, $250 or FOR SALE g 3 BR. 1227 I.
recorder; window air conditioner; Rebuilt transm.2000. Delano Thomas ; air conditioner, $150.782.3202. Chimney Sweet* 1 :' .
after 6 5332210.: 3/29 4tchg 4/19 tfnTRACTORSN Call St. Beaut r.. lot.
i afghan and clothing; etc. Buffs, 2 p.m. 3/29 '
1 mile west of Keystone Height. 19SS CHEVROLET 2-dr., six cylinder "FORD New back blade A ft W MOBILE HOME SALES...New and .$34,000-4 BR, 3 IA frame. tSOO tft.NO .
I 485-1541. 3/29 '','.'' ,- CAR 3 BR. BA Ig. LR w/f(repine*,
I Highway 100. Itchg 3/29 $1.000 or trod.1 Itchg $1650. Delano Thomas after 6 p.m., ud mobile home for *al*. ,Walter NEEDED|
: 'EVERY DAY TIL EVERYTHING IS GONE 1972 MG MIDGET Convertible. New' 533.2210.3/29 2tchg 4/05 : '(Bud) Alvarez Invite you to come out NettlesTree H den) OR, Ig. unll l rm., gourmet kitchen has L. every' .
i Highway 301, 5 mile N. of'Stark. point, tire A top. Need! Itarter. $995as TRAILER 30x8. WeMmorelond Park. and browie. Highway 17 South.t 'modem convent Scm'd" porch, BARGAINI

i I 782: .3202. 3/29 Hn I i.. Call 964-8602 after 6 p.m. Itpd 3/20 2tpd 4/05 .,;$1.(' Polotko. Flo. 325-9551 or 328-4682. In' .ESTATE. SETTLEMENTS BR ,stucco' w/seperate.
I THREE FAMILY. YARD SAltt Saturday '81 THUNDERBIRD Fully loaded. 5000. BEAUTIFUL NEW 12x30 WOODEN PORTABLE ., Stark, call Roy Well. 9645251.22 i i apartment on 1.43 eel: $....000.

I 9:00 until,?t Corner of Brownie and Call 782-3145 8:00: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. BUILDING, 3 H. window, big tin ServiceTree COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY Meal.
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I Cherry Street Clothe, various sixes Itchg 3/29 door fluoretcent lighting workbench, DOUBLEWIDE, MOBILE HOME 40x24;, .. removal locale;hwy.fr...... epp,..,. 13 Ac. Will divide..
typewriter; record player; misc. Item. 1983 EL CAMINO SSi loaded email equl- $1595. Will deliver 284-3007 or CH/A, 2 BR, 2 full both.. like new. Extra .Also pruning. demoslngFIREWOOD NEARLY'' NEW BOARD '''R 'BATTEN-Deck ,BenFranklin
1 ty. Take overpoym.nt..782-3971,3/29, 2840732. 'Green Cove Spring 3/29 *. $10.500..964-8:289.3/1': tfn stov.CH/A. 3 celli"1.Haul R 1 Ac.
4tchg 4/19 DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME 40x24, .... 10', I In*.
I MOTORCYCLES 1970 FORD VAN $1300. V8 motor Oak*PineFree $35.500.' .Asiym. ,, $30.000 t
9 -7070. Itpd 3/29 METAL OFFICE DESK Very good condition CH/A, 2 'R. 2 full bath.. Like new. DeliveryLic.med "$"9/_. payment.( ..
I GOVT SURPLUS CARS $300; Truck. $20.: 964-6362. 612 Collins Place. $12,000.964-8289.3129 tfn, t Insured '47 ACRES PECAN TREES-AntUgu. wick 1 BR, :i
1979 Z-t 900 KAWASAKii Collector-See $10011 I Now available In your ar..a. Itchg 3/29 IA.cu /A.,$130.000.

j to appreciate. Call 9645289. 2/16 tfn 'Call (refundable) 1-619-569-0241 for SOFA EXTRA. LONG Beige w/flower' Quality WorkThomas D. NettlesOwn.r' !$23, 00 CUTE ONI ACRE-Comp. renov., attroct.:
to purchase. 24 hr..3/293tpd basket deilgn Brand new. Also 2 set '
directory 3 BR. t IA from Wr/a34 porch Own. Fin.
I SUZUKI 1S5 DSi 700 mile Excellent con 4/12 (fitted flat) Martex *heet*. Never used. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 496-3823 .SI ACRES-Heevy timber ft 301 frontage.Own. ;,an.
9648292. Double bed slie. Call 964-5526.
dltlon. Phone 964-8721 or RENT/LEASE Clo In.
EXTRAORDINARY BRADFORD VILLAi *

I I '3/15. ,Hn.5ale.Sale.Sale. LOST/FOUND COLOR Itchg 3/29 TVi $99 and, up. Next to Starke [Shop'& Compare!! BUSIEST CORNER In Starke. ....000.
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1911 HONDA CB 900 CUSTOM Radar .. Truck Stop. south of Stark*.,964-8212. ,11]rOR LEASE with option to purchase two- Special Insurance to* LEASE-Beoaiful furnished horn Bt '
Doberman,female ) : MIMOSA DRIVI-taeal 3 BR 3 BA "'dc. CHIA.
det.ctorruise control: sliding back REWARD- Brown yr 11/24 tfnRABIITSt story building. NW corner of Call ft "
rest air suspension front and rear; old. Tampa-Hlllsboro County tag. Lot For pet or meat/ Lawrence"";?* Vwmpsotl '_t eety"(form.rl tump',.It, Mobile Home, I"k COUNTRY RETREAT-3 A;..3/3 CH4A;fir pleta., '

. I roil 1>",., thNnk4rx&a1; $2250"" CURLES CYCLES In'r NJ area. 964.7.. -t.29Jl.2Kt1a..; ..- 'ffc t Mentf 6 M. 30V Sob*,;468,1915.. HRtp, epartmentStorel.tlydeW.Simpson,, : iMlrI''aYlie. 0 .RD 230 BRICK CHfA-Penced urge l >.*. P2.000.;
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i964-6020.'Itchg 3/29 "' / COMPOUND BOW Bear Blue Denim. 1119 Barnett Bonk Bldg. Jacksonville homeowners policies for VIEW FAONO GOLF COURSI-3H. Owner fin.,
3O-4O-- draw. Excellent condition..$7 ,. FL 32202;3/08 4tchg 3/19 I mobile homes. .FINE. RESIDENCI-33= acres 1320 en 301.,

j -- J Phone 782.3660.,2/09 tfn -- ._ '.. \ I Call for Quote *'' I .30.04 ACRES-Norlh of lewtey on 301. .
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NEW HOMR-Or. 10 Ac. $1 ,100
II 1L'=,'i 'SubscribeFLORILAND/ JUST LIKEGOLD \f Olln's Mobile I OWNER FIN.. .l4'A Ac west ol l wt.yrv

I $J.000-3 BR frame on 2 lots In country.
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Do-lt-YoiwsalL. And Save 40 ACRES off Rd. 33S. $3.000 an
_. .F- 'Elaine M. OlIn, Agent '11 PLUS ACRES well ft septk. Edward Rd.
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i Vernl P. OdomBrokerGRI -, 'V/t' Ac. $1,000 dn. ,Durrance NEW,& USED' 0 & EAT)

%: I '5 Ac. $2,000 down
We Finance Our Own
II 'S A. W.II & Septic. $3.300 6'1SupplyCoe' ef3 INSTALLATIONS
". Extra Sp.cIoI Pump \ KIRBYSPOYALS '. > NEW
f, HOUSE W/MUCH ROOM: I dn. HOME Whirlpool SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
'STAtELY OLDER j .
Fenced 'yard, need come HEAT PUMPS
4r EUREKAS '
beautiful
t front porch* : IENERGY SAVING UNITS
cleaning .but priced to lot, fruit tree, 6 : HOOVERS
)t' .ell 11 shady tree and ihop U.S. 301 H.-... N.::Tempi 964-7061 ,ELECTROLUX S/ MASTER LICENSED

'LAWSON' BLDG: Call for pecan.. Stark, Florida. ,. !INSURED; e BONDED
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+ MEN AND WOMEN $38,000. NOW 26000. And Other Suppll.s'WE I I TIN

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NOW FOR Earn)Money Imp pasture, Fence 3 964-8786 ItS t
wells)& 2. culvert... $17?OAt 964-6918 (
CIVIl-SERVICE Your Own '
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e MECHANICS a INSPECTORS APRIL. $2.75 and you can use up 301 S. lawtey Call for Fast Servlc. j' .

KICP""ES.NT AT"JOB 011II1 WHILBPRIPARINO FOB to 50. WORDS;,'to describe; that -. -- ._ ._--

OOVKRNMINT IXAMS ,valuable |sunk soon 'to be 'someone's J

WlltaIncludPhon.- fSo. Tot treasure. [Two "Re' l Estate Auctions OPENING SOONijli .

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'County Ads S PERSONAL'SERVICESMACHINE I ,
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I Ij QUILTINCi Crib to king size. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE,HOME PARK'

j ..._ Betty Hildebrand. 964.8172.16 Btpd Mobile'-homes and space*! for renft'
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HELP HOMES FOR SALE LAND FOR SALE 4/05 I Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone
i WANTED INSURANCE .. 468.2912.9/16 Hn
1 --- .ri ; r EXPERIENCED PAINTER Neat work. Interior
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Job Oversees* Wg money loaf $20.000 ? THREE BEDROOM, IV* HATH HOME: TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant GroveRd. or exterior. Free estimates.Reasonable MOBILE from-Storke, HOMES city FOR limit RENT. Clean.One Hwy.mile 16
with goodreferences.
MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. W/CH4A rates
and
7 l. $90,000 plus year. ,.Coll Fireplace wOodon dock $3,995. $400 down. $ 0a month. *
10/07 tin.
per W..Cqll..68.1323.:
105'tfn ,
Lak.'Avenue, lake Butler 496-3978. In back $7600 down and ossum.10% Call 964-5177 \
1216453.3000, txt. 7035. 2-pd Call 964-3606. 9/15 tin .:- CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On
Complete Insurance Service. TFN. mortgage For more Information call SEWING MACHINES REPAIREDAll
THRU 1 ACRE LOTS SR 227.Brook.rRd. ;
9/22-29 on -
16 W Close to Call
64.4737 after 5 00 makes cleaned( oiled and adjusted.SIS. Hwy prison.
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$2,995. $300
Thousand 01 down
GOVERNMENT JOBS ,;$55 a month. 468.1323.10/07 tfn.
REAL ESTATE FORECLOSED HOME-LAKI SANTA FBi 2 Work guaranteed. JamesStrickland
vacancies must be filled Immediately. 9649606.! 9/15 tin
APARTMENT ,
Weekly
STUDIO monthly
BR, 1 BA. $29,500. Rd. and
Morgan
Any reasonable of. ; comer
I $17,634 to $50,112. Call 716-B42-6000 ONI ACRI LOT Facing Forsyth Rd.
rates Palm. Apartments, 2314 N.Temple
fer will be considered. Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn
Ext. :35429. 2-pd 3/22-2 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE Of PROPERTY tfnBY 64'5010.,3/08. 3000. $400 down, and $70 month. ROOFING WORK Experienced roofer Ave. 7/28 tfn .
NURSES NEEDED Urgent need for staff ? If I don't have It, I'll find It-Just 964.5606,1/12 tfn small. Call SPACIOUS 3 BR 2 BA home with CH/A.
OWNER 3 8R, BA. : Free estimates No lob too
.RN-$ for Med/Surg floor,,7.00 p.m.-7.00 ask. JANE S. USHER, REALTOR. CH/A.:/ r Laundry"'oom.workshop dishwasher, HANDYMAN SPECIALt Po* sale 3 BR, 2'' 782-3762. Lester Austin. 3/22 4tpd 4/12 East Call St. Lot. of storage. No pets.
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a.m.. Mostly overnight surgical patients 496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "Tour BA M/H on on. acre In city of Starke. Int.rlor'or Call 9645827. 11/03 tin
; disposal !PAINTING! IS experience.
12.hr. Shifts, liberal time oft Union County Realtor." 6/04 tin, .m. fenced carpet area.paneling$10,000 utility ahed Great location. Close In. $10,500 FIRM. exterior yrs.Free estimates. Call NICE ROOM with private bath. 964-6033.
Contact director of Nurses Union equity. Ph. 1.824.1317 or 13722740. Keep try. 964-8823. 3/22 2tchg 3/29 12/22 IfnSPACIOUS'4
assume payments $237.46 9S
General Hospital.. "962323.chg PERSONAL SERVICES 9647055. I tod 3/29 mo. Int. Ing 2/09 tin WILL BABYSIT Man Sun., day or night. BR. 2 BA HOME Has
20 ACRES Good land.
3'/a miles N,
3/29 of workshop, fenced back yard. Close,
REDUCED IN SARATOGA Hot meals fenced yard. $5.50/day
HEIGHTS 3 BR,
Storke.
Ii 301 a CR-233
( Rd.
; Morgan )
SEPTIC TANK 1 BA. Call 964.8823.3/22 2tpd 3/29 convenient. $350 mo., $350 security
DORMAN WELL AND Den fireplace, stove, dryer, w.t 964.7133.2/23 tine ,
FOR RENT package deal wells drilled water bar total 1790 square feet healed DEERFOOT TRAIL lake NEVER PAINT AGAIN Aluminum and deposit. References. 964.5610.2/09 tin
on Lot
I Installation of Sampson. vinyl'siding, overhangs, $2.80 per foot BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath,,Opposite
r I pumps, new septic space $36,500. 964-7992. 3/22 4tpd for tale by owner. Below market value
tanks drain fields and lift stations. 4/12 to 34-Inch overhang. For estimate, Starke Post Office Ask for Mrs.
for quick'sale. Coll
TYPEWRITERS RENT Union AND ADDING County Times.MACHINESFOR 150 Mobil. home poles available.: All work 19.7 ACRES WITH HOUSE In Starke.:((904)) 964.6223. 3/08 4tchg 3/29 473-3946 or 9648816. 3/29 2tpd 4/05 Lyons Must. see to appreciate, ,Affordable -

Main Str..t Lak. Butler Phon. guaranteed call ,Tommy Dorman 398.6522. Call after 4:00: p.m. 3/29, 4tpd "% ACRE LOTS OR TOTAL OF 6 ACRES CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free rats.EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Furnished
275.2151. UFN 9/1 4/19 "" estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co.
496-2261 for Information TFN 3/1 CUSTOM MADE Draprles, Valance and SIR. 1 BA CB HOUSEt New roof:"Coll Owner, financing., 485.1734.3/22 Graham.2tpd Manning'sWelding 3/29 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559.3/29. with utilities. Suitable for one person.
I TRAILER HOOK-UP In Coun .
"COMPLETE tin No children no pets,.please. 9645464.
Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for 964.6722 after 4 00 p.m: 3/29 2tpd 4/05 20 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE Hampton.
\ Butler. reasonable
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FREE Estimates. S and W Enterprises.UFN BRICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 ft. Low
sq. $2.000 an Call 4681949. 3/22
acre.
496-3609 or 13721953.' 929NETTLES down payment. Owner financed 1054 Need Foundation Repairs? ''We can 3 BR, 2 BA., CB HOUSE Forest H.lghtllSubdlvl.lon.
MOBILE HOME 12 X 72 3 BDRM 2 BH, 3tpd 4/05 Off 16 W. $329
solve problems. Call for freeestimates Highway
TREE SERVICE Tree removal andprunlig. Int. .73.3454. 3/29 tfn your
NEW DEVELOPMENT H '
; largo yard gard.n spot. No' dogs. Also firewood: oak and pinefor GOOD RENTAL INVESTMENT 3 BR, 1 BA. Approx. ac.lots ,, LaRue and Clark HomeRepairs. mo. 964.5423.3/08 tfn
i Paved streets, central water $100
.' .JbAaa,. AQA 9R7rAi TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY Furnished and
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Frame, loco. (904) 284-3160 or 2847089.
sale. Coll Thomas Nettles 496-3823. exc Only $14,900. ERA dn. $75/mo. Owner financed,
clean 782.3458.3/13
FOR ufn 12/22 Tiff In-ft Owens 964-9069. Itchg 3/29 473.3454.3/29: tfn 3/29 4tpd 4/19 repainted. Very :
i SALE NEW CREDIT cardl Nobody refused! 5 UNIT APT COMPLEX Only $44.500. WE DO WINDOWS I See how good Spring tin ,
IN LAWTIYt Near Starke, S'/i
acres OR SALEt Like 3 1
FOR RENT BR, BA
looks through clean windows! Only $1 new
Also Visa/Mastercard. Call Own. fin. avail. ERA Tiffin A Owens, Strawberry Acres Subdivision. Asking
1 i PUPPIES AKC Sh.tland Sh..pdog pup- 809-687-6000.: Ext. C1136. 4-chg 964-5069. Itchg 3/29 $19,000. Ellen. 19047369587. 3/29: to $1.50 each. Call after 2 p.m. CB Loop.home Stark.with 9645445.2.6 acres Itpd On 3/29 Grlttls
pics (Toy Collies) $129.00. Phon. AUTO MECHANIC GARAGE Only "tpd19 9645997. Itpd 3/29.
ONEBEDROOM
4962846. ufn 3/22 Carpet by Fredricks $39,900. Reported good Income. ERA LOT FOR SALE West of Madison St. Bap. BABYSITTING In my home Anytime dayor NOW TAKING APARTMENTS APPLICATIONS Adult FOR
I MOBILE HOME 1973 Concord 12 x 69, 2 Tiffin & Owen 9645065. Itchg 3/29 night. With meals and lender loving only
list Church on Butler Rd. Size, 126x110.
BDRM 1 BH, front kitchen, window In.Home Shopping 1(00 SQ. FT. BRICK HOME on large lot. Paving city wat.r'and, sewer care 964.407, References. Itpd 329BILL'S no pets Inquire at Johnny'. Produce,
( 320 N. Ave Starke. 3/15
Temple 3tpd
A/C. $5,500. Powells, 4963377. 1-pd (Turf, Carpet, Over an acre In town. Workshop fenc available. 4000. 496-2554. 3/29 2tpd SAW SHOP Complete sharpening 3/29 .
LEAVING STATE II ft. x 22 ft. factory Vinyl, Parguet) ed. Corner lot. Buyer Protection Plan. service, circular hand, Carbide, chain
ONE BEDROOM TRAILER Completely
and
screened aluminum porch. Truck ERA Tiffin & Owen 964-5069. Itchg mower blade. hollow ground ;
Call 473.2356 BUSINESS furnished, electric heat and air total
balanced Leave at Jackson Building ,
Chain link fence. 31/2" x 9" 3/29 j'"
Camper. x, ) ,
Ask for Lynn Supply in Starke, Keystone Heights or electric, near Graham $55 per week
8 ft. treated post$1.90 each. Free truck LOOKS NEWt 3 BR, 2 BA home-In OPPORTUNITIESEARN
i cap. Phone 4963701. 1-pd Southgate. Approx. 1600 Sq. Ft., Landscaped Lake Butler. TFNchg Phone 4851371. ItchIl3/29' ,:
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windows, FOR LEASE Three bedroom upstairs
yard. Assum. Protection GLASS CUT TO ORDER) Doors
mtg. Buyer
TOP DOLLAR, Get In on' the etc JACKSON BUILDING' SUPPLY apartment ,Partially lurrilshed.i
Plan. ERA Tiffin & Owen,
Subscribe Today NURSES NEEDED! 9645065. Itchg 3/29 ground floor. New scientific 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake $175/mo $100 sec.dep. Call 964-4223.;'

:' UNION COUNTY TIMES Urgent need for Staff RN 'COMPLETELY REMODELED! Cathedral 1 breakthrough In weight loss. FDA ape Butler 496-3079, and Keystone after. 6 p.m. or 964-8944 day.. 3/22 tiny

496-2261 for Floor. cell.. 2 BR, 1 BA. Spacious kitchen. proved. Business Opportunity Meeting Heights, 473.4973.2/26 tfn FURNISHED 3 rooms and,,bath apart-;.
Med/Surg App. Incl. Buyer Protection Plan. at the KOA Campground Recreation FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS'' ment. Lights and hot water Included.;

...... ... 7 7 $20,000. Fin. avail. ERA Tiffin & Owen Room, 301 Stork., Wed., April 4,.7:30pm. 144 West Call St. 964-7303 $160 p.r month plus $75 security?
.......###.4eBye.. w+ais## pm am mostly overnight ? .
No'p.t. 9648071. Itch 3/29
964.5065. Itchg 3/29 Bring a friend and let us put you in Open Tues.-Fri.9 til 6:30'Sat..9 deposit. j
f i. FILL DIRT surgical patients. EASY OWNER FINANCING 40 Ac. will business TODAY. We will show you AM til 3PMAppti. LOW RENT EFFICIENCIES Utilities fur.

Sand ft Llmorock Well Drilling 12 hr. shift, liberal time split. Some is clear some w/lg. trees. this Is the "CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. .Not Always Necessary nlshed. Nice, clean quiet.3'miles 5.'+;'
of Stark. Siesta 3/29
No Itch Apts Itchg
obligation. 3/29 1/07 tin
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Plumbing Repairs' off. Contact Director of Good 964.5065.price.Itchg ERA 3/29 Tiffin ft Owen, OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-Sportswear, -...... TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Very

I 468.1455 Nurses, Union General CLOSE TO STARKEi 3 BR, 2 BA. 6 Ac.wpecan ladies Apparel Combination Accessories WANT TO DRINK nice. Expando LR, quiet location
Size YOUR BUSINESS $200/mo. First and last month's rent.:
Large store National HATS
State Licensed Hampton Hos Ital, 496-2323. trees, barn road on 3 sides of .
.........................1"1,....... property. ERA Tiffin & Owen 96. <1.5065. brands: Jordache, ,Chic, Lee, L.vl.) WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS $150 cleaning dep. Call after 6:00: p.m'..
3/29 Vanderbilt, Izod, Gunne Sax Esprit Alcoholics Anonymous 964.6054.ltchg 3/29 _
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Brlttania Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, 964-4130 96 .5434: 964-6894 REMODELING SOME APARTMENTS to b.'
LARGE 3 BR. 1'/ BAC/B: home on shaded
fvi:.'-1y COUPON- $ lot fenced backyard. 2-car Evan Picon., Clalborne, Members Only ALANON FAMILY GROUP ,completed soon. Applications accepted. -'!
gar. Bill Blass, Organically Grown 964-6219 1 8R. CH/A. Furnished or uni i
Close to school Lots of room for Ig.
Healthtex 300 others, 2/09 5/17 fur l.hed. 3/22 tfn '*
111111 family. ERA Tiffin S Owen,' 9645065. $7,900 to ____.___ 15tpd 964-8601.'
I ;jiff((( Go with the Winner. .. Itchg 3/29 $24,900 inventory airfare, training I

QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3 BR. 1/ BA. fixtures, grand .opening etc. Mr. HELP WANTEDWE HELP WANTED j
Nice yard. Protection Plan. Loughlln ((612)) 888 6555.; Itpd 3/29
Buyer
BRADFORD PRINTERS OJJI
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110 W. Call I St. 964-5764 Itchg 3/29 WANTED: HAVE EXCELLENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY your own boss? Am looking for a cer4
I II in sales and delivery;We offer lain type p.r.on"In Starke area that I
;10 wants"to be your Printer in 1984... 3 BR, 2 BA (VA-FHA) ,AXLES A TIRES Two axles and four tires.Highest excellent employee benefits and advancemenr will put In business. NO INVESTMENT 9 j

I Bring us a sample of any job printed from 1 Conventional Financing price paid. Green's Welding Equal Opportunity 8 a.m. tit 11 p.m. 4682908. tfn 3/08 )'
n lh LShapedlRDRAreaClose Employer. 96<1.85..... 1038 Edwards For'
PART TIME SALES CREW MANAGER '
Irrro( your regular printer. If we cannot meet or l lilllU to Schools $54,500 Shop 11/03 tfnchg 301 South Stork., Fl. 9645007. Road. Itchg 3/29 Florida Times Union to supervise young

beat their price WE. WILL GIVE YOU WII )I CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION AXLES A TIRES For mobile homes. Olln's EXPERIENCED MALE OR FEMALE BOOK. adults. Dependable transportation
9644319All ) Mobile Home Sales, Call 9645606.! KEEPER, With references to work part- needed. Apply at Florida Times Union}i
I II Closing Costs Paid 10/13 tin time. Apply In person Olln's Mobile 1605 N. Temple Avenue. Itchg 3/29 _>

I A Gift Certificate For $10.00 Worth -01 ",'"v USED MOBILE HOME ELECTRIC POLE Home Sales, Hwy/ 100 West, Stark., FL LIVE-IN COMPANION for mobile elderly'
300' of cattle and barbed 32091. Itchg 3/29 lady oni Lake Santa Fe. Rooms boards
Also ,
I Of Office Supplies t BOATS, 'iL.. '." wire. 9644162. Jtpd fencing 3/29/t \>. oREUABIS -f' f PART OR FULL TIME college( studen) ,)o.wserve oncUalaw" negotiable. Call 964-7260 o !
alh as part-time youth vmrker eta e I' 4Ir .IIaa.f1tpd: 3/29 > '*
(((( 1' .-1ir .< ,ROOMATS.40.shore...poo... ; |
Iron*THE OFFICE SHOP, 110 W.tall S1.'S1rk4' ; '' .d MflMEDHMB (
REGAL BOWRIDERi Boat end trailer In home..Colt 964i4229.. of tee 6OQ.p.m. : rtirltt'T, :.. TEACHE4Ehtpbrlenconly
964a0eAt1 Ott! *l ""' (8 SCHOOL,
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.'.III w/65 hp Johnson motor $1800 or Ifeha
Call for Interview, !
:ill!, Since 1879 I offer, 7823630. Mpd 3/29 4 *( Itchg. 3/29 964.3231
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for application. 24 hrs.,3/29 3tpd 4/12 1343.lnd'utr..1, Park

Life Carpet Cleaning Service, Spiritual Palmist Reader Adviser TUPPERWARE PARTY Need new Tupperware I acreage. Owner financed, '))1)1O'n +
? Or replace damaged Items? !328-13 Ac., 2 wells, nice
CIRCULAR DRY FOAM METHOD Business 782.3202- Com to my party! Monday,.April 2, !trees Own. fin.1340Residentlal. '

COOKIE -_Mimas Stcknt Hwy 301 N between 7:30: p,m. Call for directions 4681420. properties Want Ads !

PH. 4733857Keystone _Mental HMltli Starke and Lawtey EVERYONE WELCOMEI! 1tpd 3/29 In Waldo. Must see.
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home, 4 ponds, fronts SR '

II M.ellerl.m* ; /124 Waldo. Priced $90000\ I.d 1

INCOME TAXSERVICE LONGCHAMP HOMES 1 I and owner financed. I ', .
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Loretta Marchant All S rvt with M tnD.tic nnects Starke.florlda3 '
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1 Days: Brama Restaurant 964-6056 Bedroom, Brick Veneer Home "I 1 "

8:00 AM to 2:30 PM \ -!'/>.i Bath; CH/A: Carport, : Utility Room II .-'1

+, Evenings: 964-6684 Carpeting. .
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PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS '
Starting .M N.Temple Ave, .

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1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. i ", STROUTREALTY .. .r r

I From '150" to .291" .8 Different Plans of Financing. t' ) -' ,;\ ,

I a Interest. Starting at 4%' to 13%,. A no ,:
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Phone 964-6312' '.964-6853 944-893I Or"'.1130 473-304 _: :::: ":
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JANE S. USHER THE Guarantee You'ResultsOn

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REALTOn' Your Union County Realtor, "

!Run!, Any Household Item
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; 496-2126 or 496-2903 UNDER $350t* YouPay: for

'. Now ,Accepting Applications! 'First Week.:;We Run,Additional
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360 West Main St. ':Lake Butler 34 Bedroom Weeks Until, Item
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3-10 Acre tracts located oH SR 100. Owner" finance. easy terms. S.v.ral.it..tlll' avallobl.3 .. r 11(' ) 1003 S.W. 6th Street- ,, \ .' 1 DID NOT Jill, ,

Acr. tracts on SR 18. Owner financing: ,,", .; : ,ty,if. Lake Butler :Florida" '', ,, >; ,\
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LARC ACRE TRACTS.... ft"; '1.' "!1 ,',' ," .. 7 May 1.I'....So. hurry and get your ed In. I,

180 Acre farm on SR 237. W mile river frontage and 2.000 ft. road.frontage. Wood.-croplond-hay. locate. on, : .'i.t The' sooner 'yoor,botJl" advertising. ,'."'.',,'

beautiful country road. Great hunting. %Ij'' >' ,, i/I %J' I t: > .. ;. ,seoner we..con get you positive_ ,results'" < *f "
Would make beautiful horse form. '
350 Acres. Pasture and planted pines Ideal location for development. :* Central Heat &Air PrIvate Patios (o,,, \ j
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100 Acr. farm houses,barn, fenced.. Cross-fenced and pond.All pasture. Owner, financed..\! ,' "$276 ;"
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HOMES..r.t 01' IJ 'Fr. CU3tOri: ;\Draoes:,;. e Cable TV Connection, "...' Pfrsk X19 Worth. "j', ,',.

Beautiful large home on one,acre with pool. Priced ",jrfghf- MUST SEE. Very roomy'. t' .Ideal for'eM.rtoning'EX.; ff'AAaSchlng Stove & Hood .. Free Water, Sevy.r& Troah Sere' J ':\::'' ,", ,, j. Ib \ '

-ECUTIVE 2 Bedroom TYPE C6 HOME.home.Coll Near for}.o.pltal..C.n.appointment.to H/A.se.a.carpet,eHshwoshei1,with extra"lot/ "available., b 1';alr7undryFaZllilks, FuiiMafntenance!! !' : :; .'i ,\;Cat:: ( \
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FmHA Houses available W lake Butler Call for appointment to see. r"Y' *: I : : Professional : v'-.r WLiIIJrItr ,
__ Bedroom!'fy both home with additional! frame building foihobbp.hop I N .'
'-Newly decorated inside.nd out on 1 re..3 *** B1.rk. i'
or /homo business W/yf Carpet,, wallpaper, buck Hove, dishwasher Priced*a< Sell, Best buy Ir.,tow_n. May I t ; : ( ( l. -
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Brooker Man Injured I arrested,Bond for for the less charge than 20 grams.$250.1' !1 ,, ,feet?\$ ert and rolled; oven Kenvv n i"Qurglar zed ding Trooper1 B. A. Williams. .right knee from, a I,,
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Hawking' cited impfoperturn'
I was (or gurtTPetfifora iiFnd
Vehicle Totalled i i' I Both Eckl r and A $ released'' second time. After 'avelt. was ,
after bonds ns were !leg A 25-year-old Brooker man rec iv : surety were pasted pine tree and,cam*to rest upright, according ,MThe downtown Damage to the Chevrolet was to Shands Hospital in Gainesville I
ed internal Injuries and the 1979 Ford to Trooper<\: B. A. Wdliahs."Evans I : Kenwtn Shop in durwg $1,000. Damage to the Honda was where she remained overnight for I
Pinto he was driving was totalled (In a US-301&SR-1G Accident was cited for careless'drlvIing ,'warke was broken Into sometime $3,500 in the 8:50 a.m. accident. observation. I

one car accident March 24 one mile Sends Two to'HospitalA in the 6:30 a.m. accident. bamage Monday night or early Patrolman Tuesday The 17-year-old female who I
west of Brooker. to the rig was $13,000. morning, according to Victim Shot alledgedly shot the victim fled the I
Timothy D. Roberta was westboundon Chevrolet attempting to turn ,Greg, Nichols. On Call St.A scene but later turned herself into thepolice ,
CR-18 when he apparently fell left onto SR-l was struck by a 1983 Entry to the store was gained department, according to Sgt.
through the back door which had been
asleep and ran off the road. He was Lincoln which was northbound on Starke Man" Arrested ,"} of 22-year-old Starke woman ,was Richard Bennett,
taken by ShandaCair to Shands US-301, as the Chevrolet turned into pried open. An undisclosed amount shot in the leg during a fight Tuesday The incident happened at 326 W.
Hospital to Trooper J. H. the path of the Lincoln. Shoots Into House "I merchandise was'taken. The loss and appeared morning near downtown Starke according Call St. where both victim end

Horler. Roberts was listed In stable Drivers of both vehicle were takento Willie Lee Jerkins of Starke was arrested -> ,under to be ladies. jean shirts to local authorities. Juvenile live. They had apparently
condition Wednesday (March 28) by a Bradford Hospital by the police March 25 and charged ,with garmentsStarke Rosalind Pettiford received a been fighting prior to the 10:50 a,m. ,
hospital spokesperson. were they were treated ,for minor wound about six inches above her shooting.
shooting Into a private building, ac-i .:' .
abrasions Woman
according: Sgt, Wayne Injured
tording to Ltt Lane Sibley and Assistant -
2 Gainesville Men Wilkinson. Chief Harold Crews. : In Accident on CR-18 1t7IJW'= ="_ --===' I _
Naustapha W. Elaouessl of Pa.was : i
Arrested in StarkeTwo the driver of the Lincoln The apartment Jenkins alledgedly occupied shot by into Johnel an |I A 34-year-old Starke woman was Injured ;' 5 RuralUrbanChicken
Chevrolet Was driven by Mack Lane, McRae. in an accident March 24 when I I't"j
Gainesville men were arrested T1 of Starke. the vehicle she was driving overturned -
Bond for the set at
in Starke March 24 and charged with Damage to, 'the Chevrolet was charge was on SR-100 after being struck by
Jenkins released his
possession of cannibus, according to $1,000. Damage to the Lincoln was $1,000. was on another vehicle. : Dinner'

Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson and Patrolman $9,000 in the 4:43: p.m. accident, < own. recognizance.. >- I II Connie Noegel Odom, driving a 1979 ,):'
Dwight Groves. .
I iHonda taken to Bradford '
A while Pontiac Trans '''Am was I Tractor-Trailer < ;Hospital, was then' to North Florida ;,.:,, Sponsored by Starke Rotary Club ,
observed driving at a high rate of Man Takes Beer Regional Hospital by Rescue person-
speed and was stopped at the Bradford Overturns on SR-121 Gets Arrested nel, according to Paramedic Jerral Open.ngJay'. :

I Square parking lot bv Set. A Lake Butler man was taken by Johnson and EMT: Curtis, Crawford. :
Wilkinson. As Wilkinson was talking ShandsCair to Shands Hospital in Robert Earl Simmons, 25, of Starke Rickey Wayne Hawkins, 26, of Aprl-14. Of the Fair
I, to the driver of the vehicle, Phillip Gainesville March 23 after the was arrested March 24 and charged v Hampton, driving a 1976 Chevrolet \ ,
David Atkins, Groves walked up to tractor-trailer truck he was drivingwas with retail theft, according to pulled north from Edwards Groceryonto i
the passenger side of the vehicle. totalled north of Raiford. Patrolman Willie Searcy. SR-100 partically on northboundlane Serving Begins 11:45 A.M.,; -

: Groves observed. Atkins stuffing a Herbert T. Evans was northbound Simmons alledgedly took a six-pack ,' and the shoulder. Odom's vehicle $3 Tickets May be Purchased i
plastic bag down the front of ,his on SR-121, driving a 1974 White truck, of beer out of the Lit Champ Store was northbound on SR-100. Hawkins
pants. Both Atkins and passenger when his rear tire dropped off the east without, paying 'attempted to turn left onto CR-18, the 111 From the Following Merchants
Scott S. Eckler were asked to step out shoulder causing the; driver to lose Bond for the charge was set at $200, !'' left front of his vehicle striking the 'Siade Gas Farmer's Market '

of the vehicle. During a search marijuana control. The Vehicle rolled over one Simmons was released on' his own I right side of Odom's Honda. The Honda Public Library Denmark Ins jrance

was, found and both men were complete. time continued another 159 recognizance. came to rest upside down, accor- _

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Fredricks Home Keystone NOTICE_ 'I PERSONAL SERVICES ,MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE '"I


Service H CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted !' I WILL BABYSIT YOUR CHILD IN MY ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Clo.ed'm..tln BARB WALL CLOSE OUTi You're looking ::1:1for
SR 414 Biq Tres 'lakes to the lake R.glon Monitor office Monday" 8 Openmeeting a deal? OKAY.-You just found one.
Frl. Call ; p.m.
HOME Full or time. Mon- I
part
Heights Ads
DOCKS DECKS: In and In advance EVERY piano organ cut. ;
Writing paid Debbie 473-3626. 3/22-29 Friday 8pm. Alonon Mon and I'{
PORCHES bONE WORK unless credit I I. already' established 2tchg anytlm. day' 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational SO percent off used-40 percent off 1( .
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C>mcfaii .n 4734380COUPON with this office. new
Building Community Church 473-2790 "
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MONITOR STAFF CANNOT' BE HELD CARPENTER. kitchen cabinet WORK and Remodeling trim carpentry.Reasonable )work. or 473-2130. 1/5 tfnchg Music Specialists. 3710 N.W. 10th Ave.. I s ,

RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Call 473.4018'aft.r OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No due. Gainesville Ft.. 375.5353.3/12.29 2tpd
COUPON COUPON CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 5:30 p.m. 1/5 price tfnchg'CARPET lee ,or weigh In*. Open meeting SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC I'
THE TELEPHONE. AND VINYLi and In Tu.say's7:30; p.m. Community Church pipe and llttlng Water softener
SHRIMPDINNER Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon stallation Free estimate repair*. T.n year Educational Building Keystone Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.,
,prior to Thursday publication. Height 473.2790.1/5 tfnchg 473-4006 1/3 Hnchg I
and ask for
Call 473-4217 ,
iiiillffRi experience. ,
Minimum charge l 1.15 word for$2.75. BINGOlAMCRICAN LEGION HALL Poit AT PACK, RATi BUY SELL. TRADE;
th.n 10 cent.for each word thereafter. i .DAYCAREi Craig. 1/5 tfnchg Close to 202. SR-21 north Keystone' Height located blk n. of red light HWY 21.
In home.
my OPEN W.d.-Sor. 96. Featuring:
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Keystone School.. Call 473-7929. 3/15 Sat. 7 p.m. Sund, 2-5 p.m.) Mon. household
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old
Glassware Jewelry
percentage gamei.7-10 p.m.Public invited
FOR RENT -"tfnchg goods china furniture mists) ....*.
HANDYMAN; All kind of home repair., 3/29 tfnchg 4732183.3/15 Ifncho' ,

For 4 to 6 People KIYSTONI HEIGHTS, I mobllehom. repair, and fix-up need REBUILT Ihp STA-RITE pump $125,,,Call.:
: '1. REALTY,REALTOR ., "No |lob 1 too .mall. Minor plumbing YARD SALE Rex Dyke, 4737706. Itpd 3/29
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'Jr.' Rental Property Available I repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul- 1072 CIS 4 w/d|I..,.Excellent.condition..
MELROSEi 2BR. 2Bth CB home. Fireplace.screened ,,.;;''I f'Ing Call Jim 473.367tddy evening.. SAT.. MAR. 31-: '.5. SR-21 to Cover 473-7186. Itchg 3/29 '
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$1 0 5 : porch utility room. Available "* 1/12 rfnchg. Woman', Club Road. Follow signs. 'IN BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS' OF N.C.; !

Only ; .: April 1. $300,"mo. ; .r NO, MONEY DOWNS Build or help build ltchg3/29 Land lake' lure, .83 acre, wooded. !
ZONED COMMERCIAL On HWV 21 In '7 your own home on your lot. Below SAT.. MAR. 31, 9-4, High Ridge Estate Will trade equal value or cell outright ,
,Key.torl..3BI, IBath home, $400/mo. market construction financing. on Cascade Dr. Furniture dishes. for $1,500 and take up payment of ;
INCLUDES: : COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTY. Off Pathway. 1-771-4303 Jacksonville, col- ,cloth.., *hoe., tires, lot of misc.l.h $125/mo. at 11 percent Interest. (Call ,' I

1 Full Lb., of Golden Fried Shrimp ,HWY 26 and: Latchstring Rood In'.Melro..1 lect. 3/8-29 SCHOOL-CAINESVILLCr 4tpd Travel ,._h Itpd,. ..329MARCH Don at 473-2354..4tchg 329419NEW 1
TRAVEL -
# ," For more Info. call: 29, 30 1i Friday, Saturday ft MOMLEHOME-: Wooded area. 28R. t I
((26 to 28 Pieces) KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, agent-airline training classes begin IV both CH/alr. Oelux, spoclous" Interior. :
Realtor,473-461 April 23. Include computer licenced: by Sunday" 8:00 til 5:3066 Mustang 289, Many extra Lake acce**.
1 Full Lb.,of Cole.Slaw'' I
Voca- AT AC utility trailer automotive
2/16 tfnchg State of Florida. Post Secondary ; ; $34.900. Owner finance, liberal term I
Vz Doz. Homemade Biscuits tional School. $375 total cost. Register part: tools: carb.; Std. transmissions; Call for detail*.473-3671.3tchg3/8-3/29
ON BIG LAKE BROOKlYNi 25R'cottage, '" now. Call 904-372-6900 3/15.293tahg Bell helmet Ig t 'van love Ice box SECTIONAL PIT GROUP: 9 piece. $100.

Good March 29th r April 4thf 1 1984 at- S300/mo.-Coll 473-3334 12821727., 'h DAYCARE IN ,MY HOME Close to combination and link and tablet Call 473-3609. Itchg 3/29-4/3 ,
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% L ",'3/1 Knchg / ,;;L K.ryton..chool.. Call 4737529.' Itchg recorder; window air conditioner! DOBERMAN PUPPIES'Black and tan No'
(,, BUSY CORNER Flam- [T3/29 and clothing: etc. Buff's, 2Mile 'Call 47X3970. 3/29
"iiJ OffiCI AT facing afghans paper $30, llchg
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.u, ..' ''''U''''' MR"V MAC'S... ." ,Ingo St but can r be teen from SR-100 I'RETIRED RN Can care for s.mlt / wet ,of Keystone Height, WAREHOUSBi With, restraxn.12200 sq.lt., I I
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--ond SR-21,jnt.nectl-.P..IocOon. ', TcTependent lady. "Hon-tmofcer, 1 ghway 11Q.lttrha' 3/29n; t1..L. ,'*H-A $O 600(cjAr good for bu.lne"hotii;: i
IuFAM.'ILyaaREsTAUR Nf ,4COIL473,341T.175: : "riitIg'l ... ,/ "I' .e, ,.IRPo.4nebla. prkticna73 7O44.Upd 9/29 :cHOUSES 1 t" by storage etc. Two block behind ,
2BR. 2SATH UNFURNISHED HOUSE On I '8 CARS, TRUCKS Garden Restaurant In Starke.4734728.
lake Geneva. Fenced yard with utility FOR SALE SEARS DRESSER W/MIRRORi Page)084 In
Take-Out hed, CH/AC. Available .Feb. 15. & BOATS
& Store
'Dining Room catalog. Immaculate condition. $150.
and $425.
$423/mo. damage deposit ;
REDUCED-OWNER MUST Still Lovely
473.3946 or 964.6225. Itpd 3/29', '
4751976.Route 11 Melrose Call Party Shackl.ford 1.468-6493ort 3BR. SBath In Crystal Lake Homeslte. 1911 COACHMAN CAMPER 17': ft., AC FIVE VINYL BAH STOOLS Padded. Sand '
1.728-4646.2/2 Hnchg Fireplace wood paneling 2 car awning. TV antenna selfcontdn.d.Extra colored. $20 ea. of' $75 for *eU I'

1 Coupon Per Customer Take Out Only OATORBONE acreage at Rl.LAKE 1. Box COTTAGE 346; Keystone.$300mo. On. 'acceis garage,On beautiful$49,000.lot. D.edeellake Call clean. $5.500. 473-7717. 3/22 473.3946 or 964-6235.. 11pd 3/29 f{ I

COUPON COUPON COUPON w/1t and,, latt. 2243929.' 'anytime-473.2102.3/24.29' 2tpd ISFT Itpd OWL CRAFTS Seat live well< 9V4 I I
3/15-4/54tocl FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR ACRCAGEi Evlnrude trolling motor and stainless HELP WANTED t I
Preferrably' In Clay' County 3BR 2Bath steel trailer $795, 473-3887. 3/15
brick home In GAINESVILLE.'$64,900.Call tfnchg I
BARBER STYLIST wonted Call 473-4533
3731323.3/15.4/5 4tpd 1976 CHEVROLET tlAZERt wheel drive.Call -
i after 6 3/22 ijrOARBAOI
BRICK HOME 3 BR, 2 BA. low down pay 473-2859 after 5 p.m. 3/8 tfnchg p.m. tfnchg, ,Call
SLINGERs
Parttlme
ment. Phone 473,3757 evenings. 3/15I" 16ft. SASS BOATS Gator tilt trailer,$695. ,
473.3728.3/29 Itchta'
Call 4732271.3/42 Itpd elderlady I
|, LOST/FOUND 1911 COACHMAN TRAVEL TItAIIIItII7- LIVE-IN COMPANION forVnobile !
ft. AC, awning TV antenna tandem on Lake Sa "ro Fe. Room boardL;

LOST) 9' mo.' old Beagle. Recently sxle, eelf-contolned. '5500. Call and salary negotiable. Call 964-7360!

O fiiLadies'Casual payed. Turquoise collar. Reward. Call 473-7717. Itpd 3179MOBILE --'- .475-1229. Itpd 3/29 'f$; ,

,;, 73.7962 evening and 964-6411 day. COOK NIEDEDt Apply Garden: I
\ LOST) Black mole long haired cat In HOMES Restaurant N. Temple
; : : tVlclnlty of Keystone Club Estate. FOR SALE 0 Starke..No phone call.. Itchg 3/29.1 f j
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699 REWARD offered. Call 473.7764.321FREE .
TO GOOD HOME Male labrador, ...................' '.
12x6lj 2BR. Wood deck i 1'.;
FURNISHED .'sieve !
black. 1 year old. Call 473 7079 after S Broadway
metal skirt. Excellent: condition. Call .
'p.m. 322FOUNDI
; Two 3 mo,old german sheperd 73-7 50. 31tchg ,, TREllSERVICE?'

;pupple.one male, on. female. Lake Removal )
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J blouses;solid or Reg. ".09,To 1.19. Buy 5, get 1.50trorrt : ( FENCING Accounting A Tax 473-4732 il

striped camp: shirts ) mfg. HD30 or 10W4O Limit 6 ,J : Chain Llnk-Wood ServIce II
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t pants with pleats I Keystone Heights/:
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475-3199 30 yn. Exp;
drawstr1ngs&more' Call 473-3361: Masso Llc.naldilnlur.dE'
I In spring fabrics., 21For C. ,Isaac George

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goods: from, the, manufacturers, .f ....' '. ..,, '..... .fJ! ", :'I! !

jr 249Each must carry a larger' price tag at, BACK.PAINBACKACHE., a WHIPLASH ,IIS"J -i-: 'ii[ !

Fashion Pantyhose the*The retail level. 'holds true of ,( ) (AUTO INJURIES) ,:'je J \ "(
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size fashion & bcMte ,Lfc t rlne coverings. NECK PAINSHOULDER P..IN'l
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Support. XL Quoon.f.nd". wry 2.99. the automobile Industry. We have WORKERS COMP :'IJ '''t :' \ .
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", One Injury In US-310 Kenneth D. Mann,22,of Starke was February Rep f i ;\'. !to 18 months probation and fined$300. grand{Jury September ;g at 1980 ofrp i. Rec r4a.. ,
: Charlie News pf
and Clark charged June J, 1982 /
withno
arrested March 23 charged bery with deaaly senteed'. ,
weapon '
Accident :
PMA BC State ; --r
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Tuesday : with
valid driver's license, according to Attorney aggravated battery, found not to foul! years In prison and two years the ,0011I; theN
Were
17-year-old Starke girl was takento Lt. Glen Moore. During the month of February the guilty by reason oIl Insanity in a trial, probation.January Q, 1984 charged by During land sales; past recorded! (Bradford?
Bradford Mann released after he paid a requested by Judge Sanders he attend Seven\!
was probation offficer with violation. of
Bradford
Hospital following an accident Office of the state t attorney)' Was to
mental health largest sale'
on US-301 north March 27, according $10 fine. Deceived 30 new individual ,cases; i 'Sworn complaint program of for 12 months.battery probation\ Feburary 6 the court Florid. Pest The Control, & ,ChemicalCompaiy
aggravated '
to Paramedics Scott Taylor and/or felony defendants for prosecu dismissed it'. order for violation;of f-!, of
and Bill O'Neal. Howard Harrison Lillie, 57, of tion.Six of the cases)Involved inmate! filed February 1,'case transferred ; probation < 1 I[ 1! CR-225, who in bought community,|a parcel of
to misdemeanor the
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Vicki Diane Thomas was taken Alachua was arrested March 23 and )in Florida prisons. Sworn court Chris Charles Goodman; arrested /and!New River from the estate of the late
, from her vehicle and placed on a charged with driving while license Informations were filed on 30.prior1'' for complaint fined November September 29, 1981 for '''burglary- M. F. for $116,500
12 Wiggins
backboard by Rescue, she was com suspended, according to Trooper cases and there were two jury trials. to aggravated misdemeanor battery, transferred grand;''theft, pled guilty February 22, Ralph H. and Bennye) J. Alligood
plaining of neck and back Vicki Williams. One dismissed court 1982 to grand theft. April 12, 1962 ad-
pain. case was by the state David Sold lot 14 of Seminole Rdge unit 7 to
was admitted to the hospital but was Lillie was stopped on US-301 north, attorney and 18 guilty pleas were: ac James Ballinger, chargedFebruary : judicated guilty and sentenced to,five Gerald M. Sheffield for $57,800.;
5, 1982' with theft-
released the following day according his license has been revoked for 60 cepted. grand years probation, 11 months 29 days at of
to her mother Mrs. Doyle Thomas. months. Bond for the charge was set Three informations were filed In burglary, placed on probation June 1, a work, release center and $i,,poo land Brenda J.. ampbelso'dspared. to
1982. Admitted to violation of on I|,
Thomas, driving a 1980 Ford, and at $200. Lillie was released after a misdemeanor court. Twelve prior:,, February. 1084 and was probation adjudicated restitution January 6, 1984 arrested" Tracy L, and, Janet fi:;' Jordan for
William P. bond was dismissed < for violation of probation. Februs, 6 .
Dickson of surety the ry
Lawtey, driving posted. cases were by state attorney guilty of original offense f 12,000.'' I .
a 1983 Ford pickup were both and 35 guilty' pleas were ac sentenced to 300 days in thejudge dismissed the court war rant H, George,and Betty. .:$ 1gerlOld
county jail.
southbound US-301. Thomas' Purvis Edward Griffis,61,of Starke for {violation of probation,
on vehicle cepted.
I. of land E Call St. in
Adam Keith Rosier;; charged by a parcel on ;
apparently hit a larbe puddle of was arrested March 25 and charged The office declined to prosecute 20 Gordon Wayne Baker, arrested play '' l
..19 with Starke to A. Ri lan< for$20,100.
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attorney April 1982 John!
water causing her to strike the pickup with driving while license suspended, cases and one case was dismissed by; grand theft, pled guilty August 16, 23 .:for aggravated battery, case Bobby andTElsie Virginia Bennett
truck in the rear as it slowed to makea according to Patrolman Dwight the court. dismissed.{ state attorney victim sold CR-135 in
1982, placed on probation for three three acres on : Lawteyto
left turn, according to PatrolmanPaul Groves. There were 38 cases for arraign- does not'wish to prosecute., | .
years, ajudication of guilt withheld. 4tate. Theodore T Melton, Jr. for $8 900.
Call St. in David W.
Rhoden. Griffis was ment in traffic criminal court Fifteen Padgett charged by sold
thecharge February 8, 1984 admitted guilty of J.:E. Jr IandHazel H,Wall lots,
Damage to the Ford was $1,500. Starke.Bond for was set at cases were also handled subsequentto violation of probation! February 13 attorney' November 22 with dealing; in 4 &8 of block,:24, Knight's! Subdivision
Damage to the pickup was $300. $200. Griffis was released on his own arraignment by the state. adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 60 stolen'property, dismissed at requestof In.Starke to Larry C.: andBetty Jo
Thomas was cited for careless driving recognizance. attorney's office. ', days In county Jail. the. investigating agency. Defendant ,Green for $9soo. ,,
in the 6:46 p.m. accident, said There were two Juvenile petitions 1!, Harrison D. Findley, indicted by. \ being prosecuted, In another\ John tl: III and SendieS. owart .
Donald Davis of was (Union County
Rhoden. Nixon Bonifay filed in February. Five, prior'' cases Jurisdiction J. i iI rcel of land!on Epperson St.
arrested March 25 and charged with were dismissed by the state Star: :
attorney ,I 1 I ; In to David L. and Clarice H.
Starke Man ArrestedOn driving while intoxicated, accordingto and two guilty pleas were accepted, : Powell for$33,000. '<
Trooper D. C. Roberts. Six cases received nonjudicial action I I I I!, '.
Four WarrantsStarke Davis was Star on SR-100 one approval, said Clark. '
mile west of his blood level The following cases were dismissedby '
police arrested Riley content was .25 percent. Bond for the the office of the state ,
attorney:
Leonard Griffis, 26, of Starke on four charge was set at $300. Davis was Gary Burch arrested August on 1JGLANp i Ii!.I
outstanding county warrants, according .released after a surety bond was two charges of burglary, and grand ; :
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.
The warrants were for criminal posted. theft (Farmer's Mutual Exchange i_ Lxni i.r_ "!! ... _-. .__ I"I"Snannahi
mischief, valid driver license and Garden Restaurant, pled guiltyto to cross 'the Atlantic the SS. '
no Jimmy C. Bryant, 36, of Union burglary, grand theft charge The fint steamship
I disorderly intoxication and trespassof County was arrested March 22 and ped. Burch must make restitution drop!; ]; traveled from Savannah,- GA, to Liverpool 'I'I'I'I'
unoccupied structure. Total bond 1819. The :Voyage 109 29 days: !
charged with driving while Intox- sentenced to probation for two years. ", 'England on ,
for the offenses was$1,559.93,cash on icated according to Trooper Clark Harold E. Strickland arrested : I''
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ly. Griffis remains in the county jail.
Williams. ,
November 29 on two counts of '
Bond for the charge was set at$300. forgery, court granted a, motion to ----------- -

Traffic Violation bond Bryant was was posted.released after surety dismiss.Mary Carter'arrested July' 13 for OED TESTEarn : !! "'

battery, pled guilty and was fined Jill.
James Raymond Williams of Jerry L. Coontz, 19, of Starke, was $100. .' r I
Gainesville was arrested March 25 arrested and charged with fleeing and Robert Flynn Corbitt arrested JulY < j i': .
and charged with driving while attempting to elude, according to 24 for grand theft, pled guilty, adjudicated your high school''' diploma by taking I LAVERN' OUTLAW'
license suspended, according to Marshall Tommy Raulerson. guilty and sentenced to 18
Trooper B. A. Williams. Coontz was stopped on SR-18 in, months probation and fined $500. the GED Test.,, For further ,information, ;' ; GWneno /*Ag.nt, Slark' .Florida.,.
Bond for the charge was set at$200. Brooker, bond for the charge was set David Lee Tucker arrested August : Life Insurance; e Term *Mortgage
Williams was released after a surety at $250. Coontz was released on' his 23 for possession of marijuana pled call 964-615d.. The deadline for registeringis Elate Planning}

bond was posted. own recognizance: guilty, adjudicated guilty, sentenced April: 1984.. Testing 'dates and. times:'' Universal 1 Life!* Annuities!

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"stay ever since America'most tion to establish herself as a leading makeup artist said earlier that She lists her hobbies as
'- beautiful women have been r--- r-J candidate to take the crown. hers was the first black family to photography, sewing, reading, travel-
visiting the Bradford County Fair. Williams grew up In a middle-class move into her neighborhood and that ing, hiking, roller kaUnll, swimming
Miss Williams will be making personal mostly._ white neighborhood about 20 she won the fist Black student to go aerobics, and running! !
appearances in the area Tues u Ii u-, ".- .......: .h.. _
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Highlights of Miss Williams' stay
will Include an appearance Tuesday Rights
at Lake Chevrolet of Starke well Reserved .
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Fair on opening day, Wednesday,
April 4.Williams. ,
took a bold step into y ti l (+;ws I7, OPEN 8-7 Mon.-Sat.,
pageant history by becoming the first S I 105 Edwards Road Food Stamps Welcomed
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As 1984 Queen, Williams, who _
aspires to be a singer and actress,will l
earn $130,000 in appearances and a USDA Choice Boneless EXLEAN USDA CHOICE BONELESS
$25OW I l .,'ya I BeefGROUFRESH
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public school music teachers in,her $ 1 89 $15Q $
hometown. I SIEAI JlL CHUCK ROAST 59Ib
t "I'm very exited. This means a lot -
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onation.Syracuse The University Moot 6-inch musical, 110 theater pound S ..I $ 7 4 9.,

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America is not an:an entirely easy ender & <&< Juicy Fresh PorkTBONE4n09JmBEYE

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money $ g-gg ttc $
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:30" tt 31": Putty/Oak (rE4.4201.P0) .
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