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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: April 12, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Despite hoW wet the ground is; rainfall In the first tllree months'of the IfeJ
year Is two inches less than the 50-year average. The rainfall average SECTION o dift

totaled 11.3 inches foe the first three months. 50-year average for Jan., Fair Rauh.r, .. K ro' *t 1,4,7,1 for* "$ ;
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AIL f ht.ti ht. were the major topic of administrative wing. State monies
teachers when the school board can only be used for construction proJeCts -
visited Monday night.April 2. on the priority list made by the :;:
A bleak picture of construction was survey team :,
S painted by Supt. Tom.Casey who told It would cost $1 million to build the
\ 'tl 1 f the 30-soma.{ teachers present that it nfW 20,000 square foot media center'
would take several Millions to give recommended by the survey team,
\ ( ( 1 the'school all the space it needs and Casey pointed out.'There will be only
'4 a a % ''d would tie Up construction monies for .$135.000 to spend, he pointed out ,'.'
4 the entire district, for 'the next 27, Other possibility, Is if the school
; years. board would vote the,two extra mills'it
} 1 Only promise .'held'out by .Supt., has the discretion to levy. That,, :
{ : ,, Casey t is for two portables now at would .bring in another $350,000.) but.
Law; ley Elementary,,.which has lost Casey also pointed out other'schools,
i enrollment. such as Bradford High, also have dire/; :'
Southside Elementary is of building needs. "
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three school the district to have as Or, the board could go fora )local];; '
many students as the school principalsaid bond issue, but it would; take fJ-4 ;.i..:
hty It would this year Casey pointed, million to make an impact :on:! the'
'' school sytem. Casey said. Casey add1
out. The) other.two are middle school
and ve-tech center.County"wide .' "ed he Is not opposed to a bond issue. .
Casey pointed out, the The state says SS has capacity for '
number.. of students is .down. 18 from 6 l.students as..It is. 'Cusf-y' pointed;

,the.8J-83 term. i out, about the'.current school) ,. popular I.! ,;."
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apace complaints as 34 sludents with', .. 'In' paceiand, : ',:
i two teachers In a room sized for one p..ograms"he"lIupel'lntendenUuld.. ( 0o
teacher and 25 students computerson 0V ; "
the stage area of the cafeteria, instructional The. .Florida Legislature Iuis'iut .=
personnel in a small provided s the program hand, '. '
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mandated. pointed out, '
storage area right.outside the ladies
restroom. ,it's themost'fruslratingthing in" the, : .1.
i There are not enough prImary. world<<\ for adnxlnist. razors.! : -;

classrooms with restrooms,. pointed The least expensive solution in the

'\...."... }" out Mrs. Mary Looney. president of 'future 'will be to construct inure portable
., ., <'Ih' L." the Southside's parent Advisory Com IU8r oms; Casey Said
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t I Casey pointed out if. primary come with walkways: bojweenito. keep:
'I 1'.0' ', W It students in grades K-3 at SS were. .students from getting' 'wet'while'. : : "

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; balloons zoomed southward this year in the ,

:, brisk wind. Each balloon has a tag attached with the. "

:, /sender's. name and the address of the BHS library. In B- eetion... : ." ;

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balloon back to BHS,so the 'senders. can tell where Bradford County Fair... 's' '

they ended up'' I,,, .:.-. The weather dried up lust 'In Hmi for crowd'to enjoy'the ,

Last year four balloons were returned from nom"u midway rides and all the rest of the attractions at.;the Bradford < "

.' I Newberryr Orange Park, Middleburg, and the .Mane County Fair which
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'w' tags; attaching them to strings on the balloons: .
; ,Record numbers of entries gave contestants at the steer and
At right:' Naturally, the strings got tangled up and it swine sale' at, the Bradford County Fair plenty to be proud of.. .'

"r was difficult,to get, them apart, as Wendy McDougald, Complete results of the fudging are included.. r. '. '
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1 Libraries: Learning for Life. is' the theme of National Over"100 long distance runners Competed this annual event'

ri' .Library Week.,: w'q 7'u celebrating Founder's Day In Keystone Heights:,; .,.''*nh V, v .!It: ',v.iC ; >

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: into Law' 'fpr Starke ', i"1' like to see them growing," says"-*
Laurie Mullins of the students in her <
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The three Sta'rke commissioners present at the council's regular April 3 '. :This Laurie Mullins'* 'i'<{L ,,':;

('meeting passed the city's unsafe building code'' ordinance" on.its second recognized year by her peers as Bradford'County's |is '' 'j- ;-.. ,,, ___I
'and final reading. 4 _
The law passed-i at its first reading; two weeks earlier, with Commissioner Teacher-of-the-Yean The'honor
was announced to the school -
Bobby Biggs who served as chairman of a committee to study theproposed board at its April 2 workshop ) !
law dissenting. Biggs feared the new law intrudes too much on meeting. ,
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/undergoing surgery April 3, were absent at the second reading When the 1 Mullins at.a formal ceremony at a;' r t 't r t t

l{(controversial law was pissed 3-0 by Commissioners Jimmy.' Crosby Jr., : furture school board meeting. A play
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Vernon Silcox and Travis Wood, _+ V" ._ que is being prepared. "?, r k
\< The council's two veteran commissioners: Vernon Silcox and Charles For Laurie the
once, Mullins is on ,
Schaefer, fee the way March 20 in approving the controversial. law on its receiving end. ,She usually does.the' 4' ;;r .'
first reading The proposal was approved on a motion by Silcox; secondedby giving. ''
Schaefer", with Mayor-Commissioner Jimmy Crosby and Commis- ;;;Now in her!30th'y ar of leaching- ;
Woods Mayor Crosby, has been the major ,
:sionel''fravis' supporting. Mrs. Mullins has gained a reputation<> I
.pusher of the new ordinance to control unsightly or unsafe buildings.i as a teacher's teacher. < 1 -
i The newly adopted ordinance declares unsafe buildings to be a public' .}
(nuisance and provides for prevention, abatement and renewal 'fcf such Scout .
s |she is also a Girl leader and ,
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nuisances to be brought dedicated member and leader of UJe'j t r ,.
the city: commission' declares there .is a violation pf.the prdiawncQ'pa i t N I ,
\ lion can begin to Correct. i' Stark T' ,
commission"made amendments to the proposed ordinance in a :
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"}bour work session 0 Feb. 13, received revised drafts .at its Feb; 21 : Casey*pointed utith>
meeting! and set the first reading for March 20-- ''based tacher-of-the-year committee competition, rAy
on review and the
0 "appeared March 20 to speak against the proposal 'Fout'member. '
No one ;selection is made '
on a point :
: of the Downtown Progress Committee, which has pushed for system -
;:adoption of the new law were present March 20 but- no one spoke. ,The ',' Other outstanding teachers'
:council's action was- routine;'The city commission meeting room had '''nominated for the honor In (984 are; (
;been crowded in previous sessions, largely through}effortal.of. the DPp for Gail Cook'' of Brooker Elementary \ .
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L Several members, of,the Downtown Progress Committee; including fltarYI Adelle ''Sister"" Mitchell of Teacher-if-the- =Y7ear. : :
*Chalrro: John Jfrill r, were present for the second reading April 3, but no: Bradford -Middle School, Sandra ; ., q
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A favorable audit report, with all Heard Emergency Services Dlrec3. 3
; At t4r opinions lrnqual fied'waa heard from tor Cliff Chapman report he .is having 8
Pat Farnsworth of Davis Monk, trouble getting a set of plans to have a stank
it itY Farnsworth ft Co.at the county com.mission's made for the new county fire ;
Wit April 2 meeting. truck by inmates at Union Correci. i I
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pany's findings as a"very good audit, :
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which is normal for you-aU." Heard Chapman report no complaints -
"Is Bradford County financially were made at a recent fire I
stable at this time?" !asked Clerk Gib council meeting. Chapman said he {
Brown. thought that was significant In.Itself., I
"Absolutely," replied Farnsworth."If .
the federal government Agreed to give the county's two, 'I}
operated like us, it'd be great" said radar units-to the Florida Highway .;
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Top Stu lent1l... Photo by(Mark Frldlln Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr. "If Patrol station here. County deputies *i ,
we operated like the federal govern- no longer work traffic, except In .
These kindergarten and first grade students made straight A's on their report ,Cassandra Jarvis Tina Cowert Linda Dixon, Ahmad Hudson, Erin Stansell. ment they'd throw us in Jail." special situations. .' J
cards for the last semester, Tama Mattox, Donald Hardy and Kesha Wilkes. "You can't operate like the federal I q
On the front row from left to right Jamie Gotts.Sarah Groves, Julie Walker, On the back row from left to right Renee Clemons, Zack Smith Jeff Chitty, government. 'The law prevents it," '
Lakelsha Austin Heather Williams, Michael Pusaterl. Anthony Aaron Laura Chad Norman. Beth Modesitt, Alicia Luther, Kim Register! Christy Paulk Farnsworth noted. Discussed, but took no action, on # ,
Carver Christy Jones Eroll Hampton, and Robbie Bawett.ID Temika Berry and Jason Howie. The audit report covers'all county buying a new road grader. One of the .1
the middle row from left to right: Lisa Thomas Angela Griffis,Tel'l Laney, Jennifer Ladu and Kenneth Wainwright were absent. offices not Just the county commis county four graders stays in the shop

.. sion.Sheriff Dolph Reddish,Who stop more than on the road, says Commission !
complimented the audit discussion Lawrence Moeley, who is In tt',
the commission andhimself. charge of the Road Department this
"It's not easy to earn a.good year.Decision. "
audit" the sheriff said. is whether' to purchase
Farnsworth noted that Investmentof Fiat-Allison demonstrator for $80,000 !
funds In interest-bearing accountsby or pay $100 000 for a new machine:
n 4 h Clerk Gib Brown has earned the Mosley said the Fiat-Allison Is
r county $143,000 in fiscal 83-84, which available. Other commissioners j"
almost equals a mill in taxes. preferred to see what other com- ",.
"The board and officials should be parties have to offer. ::1
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"%' S r "' rep+a. complimented," said Farnsworth.In .
Discussed, but took no action, on. ;,,:
other April 2 action, the commission making landfill employees private !
: contractors rather than county
employees. Problem is. the Department -
: Approved the closing of unused 1 of Administration has ruled the
Jackson Street on Little Lake Santa landfill employees must be treated as
t m Fe after holding the required public regular county employees with all
F e X44- I hearing at which nobody appeared to benefits, unless the county contracts,
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'iStraight Color photograph will no'longor 'bo occoptod by H,:goke "',, ''j, ; j. '-
tffltoa Monitor for us* In the newspaper. Furthermore,! woroMrvo .", 1'1'' )f "
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the right to reJect.| block and whlfo photograph mod. :. '." ( ,. ,
from a color negative. If the quality poor. 1 : :
A Students... Honcoforth please submit a good quality black and whin 1. .b' .,
These second and third graders made straight A's on their report cards at photograph for all ankles.' Including ongogomonfs and wadding ,''4 '
Starke Elementary. Thornton Serenity.Watts, Tamara Ellerson, Candice Norman and Stephanie announcement. (:at t. I
From left to right on the back row: Stephen Murphy, Tim Barber Steve Sellers. This policy I. nece>nary bocausa the Monitor to unable to .
Barber Jeffery Evan. Jimmy Parado. Justin Brown Vlnnie Blye. Bernard In the front row from left to right Amy King. Allison Langer.Tara Dlxon reproduce color photographs with any degree of consistent. ,1tTJ 11'\1
Johnson and Stephanie Rhoden. Robin Register Amy Parrish and Dana Newsome. quality. Sometimes-color photographs come out acceptably \
In the middle row from left to right:'Wendy Thornton. Estella Denton Kelly Jesse Kersey and Ronnie Russell were absent. when rophotographod and screened, .. Is necessary to j I'
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reproduce them In the But often,
newspaper. more they coma .
grey or completely block. '7'...
This policy ts to Improve the quality of the n newspaper brIng tdiJ
to you and cooperation of our readers In this matter will be \IMrf
greatly appreciated. 0*
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Starke Elementary Smarties....
FloralArrangements' ;
These 4th and Sth grade students made straight A's on their. report cards for .
the last semester front row(from left to right I ): Deana Holiday Niklta Reed, Moniker Williams, USTSW)
From right to left''on the back row Timmy Kirkland Eric Brown Alex Jill Williams, Beckl Nugent. Andrea Hewett Adelle Kuhn and Kim, Wall. An-' :;
Porter.Andy Smith Christy Carter, Brenda Williams and Angel Nichols.On the tonl Williams and April Taylor-were absent. and Bouquetsand :

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Thought for the week..:. "- of importance. If you would like to exheld by the student council as another ;"as far'as' scores for the'classes. Who' Azalea 'Water Heaters
.. press your opinion on these and other event of the class of the year competi 'will win the class-of-the-year competition -
Make time to locus God. '
on issues this is the place to go. tion has been taken by the Frosh with ??? 20.30.40 Gallen Electric
Spring Fever... 30 0Results. points Juniors were 2nd with 150 IIt 3.99Weed 40 Gallon Natural LP Gas
Scavenger .,. points; Sophomores, 3rd ,with 73 Juniors Best Tuggers... rfRiiuzft ( I II or
Spring fever, around campus, is The Freshmen apparently have the points; and the Seniors took last with The Junior Class came out on top of
definitely in the air as students anticipate II I'I'1I &
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_- best abilities as scavengers points. 'the tug-of-war competition between
next week's (April 16-20) Spr. First place In the scavenger hunt This could be a major turning point i classes March 16. .
ing Break.There will be no school and = r 5.99 '
plenty of relaxation!!I L .', .

Balloon Launch.... .. : ,1 Bag Coven, 5.000.. ft .

In honor of National Library week, '. >J s!

students took part in a balloon launch : : NOTICE OFLEGISLATION .' New Enforcer Aerosol ). ... i
Tuesday,April 10. .. t.. t
The students who participated ." ;
purchased I Fire Ant Killer-
a helium balloon for 25 cents, :'1\\"' j \ J
with a'card attached to it. The card ',iJt. ,
provided a space for the 'persons .' :
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name and a' return address for the. '; ;" I. : : 0.
receiver to mail the card back. : \ ; '. "' .
The balloons"were released during .!., .rnj, J'' f oj.'t''.' ;, '
first and '. cond"', lunches i'f I".I' 12 ft. or 16 ft.Steel WeathetAH Acryfte ,
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with color as they drifted out of sight. .:';!I. House ,Paint' : i
Whoever receives a balloon will find .
the instrustions asking them to mail j TO WHOM IT ''MAY CONCERN : Notice, is hereby: ,WMta w:Ceteri .' : t
the card back and hopefully we will
soon find out who received: it. given' of. intention to'apply to'the 1984 Session, of the Florida Tape Measure .$ :
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Student'Forum.., Legislature for passage of an act relating to Bradford .$6 .99 .1611: : h, ;. fJ E

say-so Any'student in student interested government In having is. invited a-'. County; creating the Bradford County Peat, ,Mining and -: .. '1' .: ,

to attend a student forum April3u Restoration, Act; providing. definitions; ',requiring ''county .. I
in the BBS library at v;ju AU'opinions ,
will be heard and the p.m.student permits. for pea't.inining. ;' specifying permit application requirements $ ft X8, ft WeN; w,,Stock : :
council will also bring! up some issues. \
; :providing' :administrative procedures; pro: \ Cedar Lattice, SunbeamAppliances:

viding mining standards; requiring mining. restoration,
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.CGUNTY.APH litskiad plans;' providing for a ,monitoring plan; requiring: :financial "!22.. 18 5, : ". ,. i

pu .B.ry Thtanaitsyat and bonds providing' for 'enforcement .
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Stark: ,l.iMn. aa041. of the act, including awards fot costs and at-'. :' '' .. .N'.ew :Items .' 't""i; ;t:1'cookware :

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Second" Cla4Nep. paid' at ,r 'torney's fees; providing for:absolute liability:far;,"'damages; sets'! : Regina ': 0 :1FoIdingTables r f' {: '
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Monday night, April 16, on Supt. Tom .SS are posts held by Mrs, Eugenia
Casey's recommendation to add an Whitehead and Mrs. Mary Ann kyle,
assistant superintendent to the who were primary specialists before
district administrative staff.. Mrs. Whitehead says she does"the
It lit the only new position In the pro- same thing she did as rimary
posed 24.5-position administrative specialist plua additional duties as an
., staffing chart presented to the school administrator. '
board April 2 by Supt. Casey. A vote on the new administrative
..... Minimum requirements fcw adults staffing was postponed until the April
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i: M cafeteria at Brooker Elementary will board member Judy Becker,who had
also be considered by the board April only heard about the proposal April 2,
18 in a lengthy agenda ants regular and requested additional time to think
L third Monday meeting. about It. Deadline to submit the new
: d : : Assistant principals at Starke chart to DOE is April 17, Supt. Casey

________ Elementary and Southside Elemen- 'Maid. Casey agreed to the delay,say
i wnY tary were added after the, original ing he wouldn t have a nomination for
staffing was presented last year, said the position by April 18, anyway.Pushing :
Supt. Casey, and the assistant for the new position for:the
tuperindent's position is the only] new fourth time,Supt:Casey said he needsan
A Big Fall... position in the new chart presented assistant for public relations work
1.S Monday night, April 2, to the school and to be a liaison between the Brad
S It hadn't'ever happened In the :39 years ".L. Malone Assoc. of Alban. Ga. board. Casey pointed out there was an ford school system 1 and the state
has been In business, but Friday afternoon this IS-ton electricity assistant superintendent from 1968 to. Department of Education.
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AA, { transformer fell over. 1976. Beans member J.T. Parrish; going'''
Nobody was hurt. One man had just stepped from behind the transformera Chairperson Patricia Spengler back to board member Rodney Han's
few minutes before It fell. When It started to go there was nothing to do but,, pointed out that a previous statement of years before,. said he
the get QuI of the way and let It go the crewmen saM. superintendent, Richard Jockel, recognizes the need for extra help In
The transformer, being Installed as to switch Florida Power Light Co.'s wanted directors instead of an assis the administrative office .Parrish
Sk power to the correct Voltage for the City of Starke, fell over when soft dirt In tant. Now the system has the four said someone Is needed to bela
3 r' : the city's sub-stadon on East Call' Street gave way. The chain-link fence directors plus an assistant charge when the superintendent is out
t tX cushioned the ball; the translormer'didn't appear to be very damaged, but superintendent Is being requested. of the office Casey confirms he now
the manufacturer's. representative wanted It checked out at the faclgory. Last year, a new position of"direc designates one of the four directors to
City power plant operator Bill Weldon Bald he feared the agitated Malone tor of personnel and secondary curriculum be in charge in his absence. '
foreman/ would have a heart attack or stroke and instruction" was Board member Rodney Hall said he
It took the 60-ton crane from Jacksonville had to be hired at$100 per hour, created. That post is occupied by moved four years ago,and the motion
'to haul the 15-ton tranformer up put It on'4 flatbed truck for a trip back to .Charles Francis. failed.
,the McGrawEdisonactor' in Pennsylvania.The .
miscue probably won't delay the two-way electrical I tie the city and -
FPL are installing. But It will cost the;contractor's Insurance company '
-45npitiir around $30,000, and take the profit out of' the' Job, Weldon guesses, imNG i1JNG I
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Current permit regulations are beIng Webster said; but in case of a conflict Bradford Commission for being one of land it can along the Suwannee River, AUTOMATIC OILING
implemented to assure residentsof it.ia;to a landowner's advantage'tohave the first counties to adopt a model including land along such tributaries REG, $229.99 ',''
the area a proper share of water, 'a permitted well. flood plain management ordinance. 'as the Withlacoochee.: Aucilla, ,. -,.., .,',
a shortage occurs in future years, a Currently, there is no fee for a per Such a law requires that homes be Alapotia, and Santa Fe Rivers. I. f '1o; 1 :

Suwannee River Water Management, mil,,but after October.. there will be, built above the 100-year flood plain' 80/20 matching grants are available'' I ,., ,. ,, "i;' :
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District (SRWMD) representativetold Webster said. elevation. So far, no permits have ,from the U.S. Corps of Engineers and LTJWOO" v', ( .1.
Bradford commissioners' at their A representative will be in Starke been issued in Bradford County, he' private funds are available from such ,. TilmmerMachmont! ; s'-vh t ; V .) ,
April 2 meeting:' during May to provide the permit, said.. sources and the Mellon.Foundation, Una q I J. ,,
Kirk B. Webster, assistant executive forms, saving residents a trip to Live ;: Webster' said, .REQ.:569.98 ',,1" .
director of SRWMD, told commissioners Oak offices or having to get the Information Land Acquisition.... .'.
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the water conservation by phone or in the mail. Webster said he sees state land acquisition Get free Poulan LTA: .4001Hmmer Attachment with '
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district is the 'county's lIaslon on Webster said the dates for having a Surface Rule...
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as a preserving the purchase of a 23 CID 23000/716"/ Poulan Chain
water The is "
usage. district currently representative' in' Bradford County planning is in the
wetlands in the future. ; very
Saw at the low Both
regular gasoline powered
price.:
Inventorying welts larger than 2-inch will be advertisted in'the for surface water
newspaper.The Under authority of such legislationas 'early stages" a 811.1I '
tools are for the priced the Poulan Chain
In diameter. Webster repeatedly permitting procedure is to protect the Save Our Rivers Bill', the state management rule to be adopted by Saw alone.yours .
referred to farmers. and other,large the rights of all persons-to a fair has begun to buy up welands, such as '.the water management double.BO''EMTM.MffT'
users of water. share of water In case of a significant the acre Brunswick tract Some .Webste said. REG. $299.98 Special savings make this ,
6,000
Under the current permitting pro .draw down of the water table, such as $30 million will be available over the Such a rule would distrlict; duty Poulan tool set an economical package for S'2' 2.
cedure such large user.? must apply to might occur in'' a severe drought. next 10 years via an exta 5-cents per change in sedimentation spring yard care. Hurry! Supplies are limited.
the district SRWMD office' in Live Webster said. $1,000 on documentary tax stamps, off,If such''a rule had been In effect
Oak fora permit; to drill :a well, Webster said.It the water management district would -
Webster said. There is no intention to Flood Plain Law' .. is now the policy of the governing -"-<,;.have had a lot more to 'the, PouionNOWWULABLEAT
go out and find|tI permitted wells,, Webster' also congratulated the .board of SRWMD to purchase all the Santa Fe Swamp," Webster said .. "
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diture being made,there to'SS" Instructor elementary school'psychologist, ask- few years ago. Two or three failureson every; day to school. The apartment Starke Starke
Vicki McKinney who''asked how ',ed instructor Sandra Duncan Casey : any grade level and a student is 16 complex manager, Denise Theide, ,
$150,000 can ba.spent at.BE When SS said primarily examination and or 17 and in the 8th grade."I said .310 car: passed through the
needs facilities so badly. testing oJ children into or out of a feel students will do better if they school zone from 8-8:30 a.m. and 29 c..rtbuIadllll"- DMrlbulorai,Bon Mk THton,OA S17B4.tors,2a( :3U-13M Although,..yde.ibeenslowed ;
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Principal'Jesse- Moore said he special education classes. Counseling know they have to meet standfards, 01 ul(013):)38iMaM la itMTMl Mun ol_
would \isethe portables from LE! for is not'a major function of an elementary Mrs; Duncan sa'd. ;y having 'crossing guard at SS, she
his gifted program and the computer guidance counselor, he added "We're soing to set Standards. asked. '
program.Instructor. be! set by the state,'' Casey
Terri Prevatt pointed out Standards... repijedCrossing\ .

the emotionally handicapped instructor Why is passing' the state assessment '
at SS is not certified. Why not consolidate test required in the third grade Guard..., The Wedding 'Shop
EH students to a central location and not the fifth.Mrs Duncan asked. How do you get a school'crossing' ,
and find a certified instructor, ,, Because it Is not good to hold back too guard, asked residents of If are planning a wedding, list us show you
Mrs. Prevatt : Casey many Students In the fifth grade 'Orangewood 'Apartments directly aktF you with the, '
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agreed,saying he Is to do ex- Casey said. It would surprise, across SR-100 from the Southside' x .how to make the :
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Mrs. Vance Gordon of Half Moon
Lake pauses to rest on one of two large

'- --. T' __. ...... ....i41a,.-___...,..-. oaks that caused only minor damage to,,

MaKhlvo uprootrd ouk lies along Jim Gill's carport at Gill bemoans loss of d clump <_tf three' centuryoldm The home of Howard and Yvonne Kutz of Seminole "'
Pumpkin Patch ui Little Santa Fe, while another tree magnolias uprooted a few feet fnalio hfs' house, which Ridge near Melrose, IN barely seen amid fallen trees. B1 .1\. 1
rests on top with no damage to car. escaped damage/: Damage, was, extensive to house. :: r_ .
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residents of the wooded Lake Region around Keystone ,"It
was the worst line and pole damage
Heights are still puzzled by what struck them during the mid-afternoon of In a concentrated area during my 40-years fi.d r
April 3. Dark-as-night skies caused street lights to blink on..winds with Clay Electric," says maintenance .
estimated and hail windows and superintendent W.B. (Billy)Stanley of lastweek's
up to 100 mph drove rain through Fern' Collins of Lily Lake, takes a
doors..pine trees two feet in diameter snapped in two..cypress trees top- rain and 90 to hail 100 that mph toppled whirlwinds 102 torrential and 'break frolll 'elean-up labors sitting at
pled in Santa Fe Lake waters...Wind shrieked wierdly, but there was no bashed 40 transformers In.the poles Keystone bench under arch formed by immense; '
"freight train roar" or funnel clouds Indicating a tornado.was it just a Heights lake region. v uprooted oak.

bad. belated April Fool joke played by a mischievous Mother Nature, or a

hundred-year'storm, as some described it...Who knows? Despitearound-the-clock work, by all I''It.
REA repair crews in the district, plus extra
contract help, some homes in a five-
mile wide'strip from Theressa and Gold
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Earleton and Lake Swan on the south
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and public relations at Clay Electric said '-. :''''' ',\II._..._ '"If I
damage Jrom the violent.storm was' .. '; J ,
long last Bradford County is on the agricultural zones to continue with the .underestimated in early reports. At the 1 '<. J" ',,:*.f
way to. protecting its endangered necessary small excavations for water height of the power outage, Bennett said
wetlands holes controlled structures an as-estimated 20,000 services were out in John and Helen'Burrls. on the south
by placing them into a new drainage the side of Brooklyn Lake, returned
CSV and other Melrose-Keystone area because of One of a myriad of large pines toppled from
(conservation district) classifica necessary agricultural uses. trouble at a" sub-station that feeds that trip Wednesday,morning to find big
by swirling winds rests a homeat
tion.The The importance of wetlands to the area. Paradise Point on Lake atop Geneva house pines snapped by Inches.|I.n two one missing their

intent of the new zoning district is water supply and flood control of Low-hanging black clouds"swirled in' J
to protect environmentally sensitive Florida.was not understood in the early from the northwest and dark'skies put fore ,as many homes missed severedamage and magnolias,were uprooted within a fetAl
lands by encouraging that they be used days of statehood. In 1845 Congress mercury vapor streetlights to work! No only by inches.' One or two mine r. feet of the house. One of Gill's boats was
for activities which will not impair their the Overflowed Lands Act, giving one reported seeing a tell-tale funnel- auto collisions, with slight .personal in blown by wind and wave action out of the; III
passed
shaped cloud, .however, and no '";oaring Juries, were the only storm casualties. water onto his dock. Many bath houses and
natural functions, such as ground water' Florida millions of acres of such freight train" sound terms usually used One observer said that trees fell'in twi) docks on Santa Fe were damaged, and'
recharge, flood control, and pollution lands which were sold for a song to to describe most tornadoes. A motorist distinct patterns, some toppled in an east. some boats, set adrift, have not yet been
abatement; at the same time allowing railroads canal companies, and other crossing the Highway 21 bridge at west direction, and later in a north-soutl 1 recovered..The property of Mike Lugin on
reasonable use of the property in accor- large developers with permission to Brooklyn Lake said he counted five different pattern. 21-B, where it turns to meet 21, had more I
directions taken by the shifting than 20 downed trees, but escaped damage '
dance with the county's comprehensiveplan. dram and use them for whatever pur- winds.in.the space of a few minutes.An The''"Pumpkin Patch" area at the narrow to the house.A barn on the property of Per-
pose, with no thought of the effect on the estimated '' neck of land off Road 21-B, where Bi| ryman's Garbage Service at the north end ij'
in later 1,500 trees, including huge Santa Fe meets Little Santa Fe, was th.fast' I
The first step toward implementing state's water supply .years.. oaks, magnolias, and pines, as well as 100 to be cleaned and have service<< of 21-B was destroyed by ,wind. Tree,,
the new zoning classification will be the Now that we have learned from bitter or more century-old cypress trees along restored due to difficulties up caused by REf damage was also heavy In Lake"Geneva I'
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placement of approximately 6,000 acres experience just what disastrous effects the eastern shore of Santa Fe Lake were linear crossing two water-filled swamps : ; :
victims of the raging winds, Due to the'heavy mad Santa Fe River
of the Santa Fe Swamp in the the loss of wetlands is having on our en- '''teach it. Some poles were toppled a at Sandy Point near 'I','
rains, Santa Fe is. now near flood in water. Branford rose two) inches after the April 3
southeastern tip of Bradford County, in vironment, the state is being forced in level, (143.96leet). submerged rains I 1
the CSV classification through the process some instances to buy these lands back'at : "*',),: 4.'The'; Jim Gill home at this location can Freak weathe ;
conditions
made
of administrative zoning. A hear- a price hundreds of times higher than .home In spite of the storm's severity,, most through unscathed although more than a this perhaps the oldest, windiest have, wettest
owners have'much to be thankful .
ing will be held on this matter at 7 p.m. they were sold for originally., t _gees,,some of them huge,century-old oak:S winter'on. record.u. !,
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Tuesday April..24; in the. county cour- With; at leat'6O'peicentofiFlodda'swetlands.'alrpady l ,itni ,n, IB nu sal ij. I; ,.,, !
UouseFollowing; -the shearing and lost to development, I Iif
recommendation of the I Zoning Board the state's fragile fresh wat system is iF Iu' f +an' ,! r rm a la 7orid 'WTe SK+1 '' ,

the County Commission will take finalaction already pushed to supply the needs of its if

in the matter at its May 7 present population, to say nothing of the

meeting. additional millions who will be moving 1 I

After wetlands are placed in the con- here in the next decade. !

servation district they cannot be mined 1
under any circumstances. Timber Once they are diked or drained, + 1I I 1I

operations would be allowed, however, wetlands quickly lose their environmental I
under the Florida Forest Service's and economic value. They need to d: aw 1

"Best Management Practices". continue in a natural process of \
flooding, drying out and burning or
The importance of protection of our
reflooding in order to '':restore
wetlands is finally being realized the
by in
themselves, periodically a process
people of Florida and their politicalleaders. ,.
referred to' as "pulsing". Any attemptat '
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The Legislature is now engaged restoration suchareas would require -. :-- ,. ., w/ or. ..\fl. "4t
in the of developing wetlands '-I a .. ,
process several decades, if not longer; Blue Ribbon winners in sailboat theme contest (from
legislation that will accomplish the purpose left): Kwambea StrongMathew Waters, Nicky Bradley Race medal. winners (front row, from left)II Jason
of protecting these invaluableareas 1 One, of Bradford County's most JereinytTrimble, Shane Smith Eric Brown Justin Brown. Canova Michael McKinney Jonathan Mallory, Ray ,
from mining and other harmful 'valuable assets is its wetlands. They Brian Canova, Michael McKInney, Not shown, Jonathan Maloy' KlhMt Becker. 2nd Row from left i Nicky .. '

exploitation while, at the same time, deserve all the protection they can'be Ferguson, .. .- Bradley, Michael Kowell. Michael Darrah Jason Morin ,!
protecting the rights of farmers in : 3
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Cub Scout Sailboat Regatta Winners 'Named

Legislators Get the Messagehave
Members of Cub Pack 73 staged their an- for his entry,blowing it from start to finish Cub Scout awards also'presented
nual Sailboat Regatta Race in the in parallel rain gutters filled with water. this time. were r Bobcat I
Although the Florida Supreme Court forced state, county, and'city Methodist Fellowship Hall March 20,with Winners In hey ar-oid group were; Badge were Boys Jonathan receiving Mallory their' Ray
ruled controversial Proposition One off governments to,reduce or discontinue. entries judged in ten. decorative Jonathan Mallory bronze medal, ; Nicky NeeSmlth,' and Richard Splitt.!Josh Bula
the November General Election Ballot, some vital services which no taxpayer' categories, as well as racing speed. Bradley, silver: and. Michael Rowell' J,.gold.. earned a silver arrow point 'on his Bear l 1

there is'evidence that legislators got the' would be'''willing to do without.No Blue ribbon winners in the theme contest Nine-year-old winners were: Michael ,Badge. .Webelos awarded their Travelers,
message that a large number of tax were:Kwambea Strong, funniest; Mathew McKinney, bronze; Jason Canova, silver: Activity Badge were Michael Becker, An-
fair-minded taxpayer would objectto Waters, 'most, original;. Nicky; Bradley, and Michael Darrah. gold thony Woods, and Brian Canova. Other act< l
payer *.voters are fed up with paying paying fore' needed services,. if effi- judge's choice; Jeremy' Trimble most In the old tivitybadge winners were:.Jason Morin, 1
taxes,, to support wasteful and un- ciently and economically administered, futuristic;;"Shane Smith, weirdest; Eric Michael to-year Becker-, bronze group winners weref Naturalist; Scott Durban, Citizen Activi- 'i
necessary governmental expenditures. but he would violently oppose such Brown, most ;authentic; Justin Brown, .silver;,and Ray Maloy, gold.; Jason Morin." 'ty:Eric Brown and Bryan KiQg,Artist,.cJlvltyr --. "
most unusual Brian,Canova,, prettiest' ; and Mike Tierney 'Showman.. \
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'A very good message was sent to, flagrant waste of, tax money as was Michael McKinney Cub special!, and Ernestine Judges, the sail bOat contest were Mrs: Four boys earning their Webelos Badge
its said Rep. Barry Kutun chairmanof revealed in a .recent 'news item from Jonathan Ferguson most patriotic: Elementary! Register School, librarian at Starke ,were Jason Morin, Richard Rasnick;.F flC,
the House Finance and Taxation Tallahassee concerning the activities of ; and Pa* Patterson, Brown and Scott Durban : '
In the racing event, the boys competed District Scouting Commissioner
for ,
Bradford Any boys, from 8 to yearn oit e'ali'ewelc.ometeHoln"fack'7
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Committee, adding that, in response to the"little-known but cash-rich" Florida .in pairs with each providing"wind power'' County, < this, message the Legislature will Inland Navigation.District.. '3.'" ?;;;

seriously consider adopting some spen- to the critical
According, news .Easter.Workshop
ding limitations of its own; '' Letters Planned
the Editor i
release "the does little' to '
agency more ,_ At Public Library. ,
The State Supreme Court declared the than keep track of empty land. It is open ''l ,, t. .
proposal unconstitutional in that it for business only three days a week,but .jI(" f ., I am: happy to see that Starke has so 'The'Bradford County'Public Library ispleased't6.

violated the restriction that amend- pays its 1 lawyer and director $30,000 a PublicSupportAppreciated .". many people interested enough to'come, announce ,that, an Easter"
by out and show their support of our workshop.for children will be held at the ,
ments to the constitution must be year each. It is charged that the program.
Sunshine Industrtes We thank all of those who joined! us on Friday library on Tuesday,,April 17,'at 10 a.m.
limited to one subject.In the opi- members "are attending *- .
court's playing golf or : ""* Mrs.:Joy Norman will Instruct those pre-
nion,'Proposition One dealt with at least cocktail parties instead of taking,care of 'To the Editor: Bob Larimer, 'sent in the'art of making sImple Easter'crafts
three subjects: "It limits the' way in the stat s business." ::1 would like to take'this opportunity to Executive' Director" .All children between the ages of 4 to

which governmental entities can tax; it General Ernest'' 'Ellison .thank the many people ,who contributed successful 'Surveyor Points OutsErroriri V;, ...". r 1', ? ? ,gram.8 are cordially invited, to attend. ; this. ,pro-
limits what government provide in Auditor their time and support for the "
can the district's house held at Sunshine Industries on : Figures' '' ,
recently looked into spending open .
services which are paid for by the users and wrote;, "It is questionable : Friday, March 31 On,.,Borrow, .Pit Easter :Egg.Hunt..
of such services, and it changes the process program The following merchants donated door )Planned
by which governments can finance whether there is a real need for prizes for the event:T G &: Y,Acme Hardware Editor,Jel.I] ,grophs ., ,; by KLPOA. ,
the construction of capital improvements the continued existence of 'the Florida ;Jackson's Building Supply, Hosier's.; .1 read wlth'mterest'anartic1e' In thelast. 'Ah r'Easter& Hunt fV the families of?
Inland District which has Nursery Stump's Department Store, Bad- ,issue of "Th. '
with revenue bonds.' Navigation .TetegrtpK; relative to a, Kingsley, Lake/Property, Owners': Asst;
cock ,,Creek Ranch, IprivatelY70wned' '
Alligator
existed since 1927. Furniture borrow pit on road CR. member will be held Saturday, Apr'' 14, at
Even among those who opposed Proposition Starke Paint Store, Bradford Square 21BI 4 p.m.; at tho Civic Center A,hamburger
One some thought voters had a Florist, Ivi'"" Macrame GUt'Shop, Leila'sDress The third paragraph' of the article' 1 Is .fry will been oyed after the hunt.
egg
of the ,
This .is just one example Shop; Mac's Music Shop; Radio quoted as follows: "Zoning Board stipulations g
right to express themselves at the polls, needless expenditures of tax money thatsupporters. Shack J#Dimple's- Hair Stylist. Eckerd. were a 50-foot setback from the pro
indicating whether they liked present :' of Proposition One are determined ', Drugs, .Thomas Auto Parts, and Clark's perty lines,and sides sloped at a 8/12 pitch. '
expenditure patterns in Florida govern to curb.' if they can (devise an Hallmark Shop. In addition we thank the or a 45 degreq angleThe ." ..' : ;, "

ment, or thought reduced they' .,should. be. 'amendi ent that will accomplish this Coca refreshment Cola Company., for" furnishing the. degrees resultant 34 minutes angle 28i! of a degrees 6/13<<:pitch. :'#is' ,M: : 1iaJ: ,t:, .iJ"
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substantially 'purpose without "throwing out the baby ,Over:20 people took part lit the SunshineIndustries The resultant angle of a 6/6 pitch U 45. .., ,
Proposition .One'-may have gone:'too with the bathwater" It'will certainly' Open House and bad an opportunity ." erees, c "' "

far 'In rolling back.taxes and placing deserve a place,on Florida's ballot,.and to see the great strides .which have-. )fThel'f" d 'bo'. diffruncet"! I. :' .. htI'Mecttlc
in'the'developates4'oftunetonal '
' ceiliiHW oil all sources of revenue, as the careful consideration of.every tax- (taken piece sheltered workshop for the han"'**: .(rb'; ', ':-Y'\.,.. '' ,M.G.McMillan1/ ee1k.",. ,... In
hand
a well, Sacti. broad-based cuts may well payer. dicapped.' I",..Surveyor' ,:',-" J 1 .",: ',Ni 7' liprk CKV.,I

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:.c. *' Douglas, daughter of ne around the neck with ruffle drape dy and white streamers. The groom's table was covered with
Mr. and Mrs Lonnle Earl Waters of over the shoulders. There was a bias Guests were greeted at the door by: a pink flounce with burgundy overlay
Lake Butler, and Shane Jaye Thorn- ruffle at the bottom of the gown and Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez, and I, .,and centered with a silk epergnette tr, ? >
t ton, son of .4r. and Mrs. Jimmy U. narrow satin ribbon at the waist. The standing in the receiving line were the arrangement and pink and burgundy
.;,>Thornton of Starke, were united in maid of honor wore a burgundy hat bride and groom and their parents. candles. White hearts and bells with ; d
.marriage Saturday March 10:' at 7.p.m. with burgundy satin ribbon and theattendants Ms. Debbie Svle kept the bride's bookat pink and burgundy flowers were also
'. in Pine [Level! Baptist Church wore pink hats with a table covered with a white used. Tne groom s cake was a fruit
with Rev Roman Alvarez performing ;burgundy and pink ribbons. They carried flounce with pink overlay. A silver .'cake In the shape of a horseshoe. +, to
the nuptials.Centering. bouquets of three silk pink roses epergnette held burgundy candles Chocolate, heart-shaped mints were /
with white silk gysophelias and pink with a pink and) burgundy arrange- .placed in dishes on this table.
the chancel area of the and burgundy ribbon streamers. ment of silk roses. A large white heart The punch table was covered with a
church was an arch candelabra flanked Little Miss Jessica Griffis was outlined in a garland of greenery with burgundy flounce with white Ar- ri
by two standing arrangements of flower girl. bridal wreath flowers formed the. my/Navy cloth overlay and held a
gladiolus carnations, mums and The bride, given in marriage by her background for this table. silver punch bowl with greenery,
poms in shades of burgundy, pink and father, Wore a white satin gown with The bride's table was covered witha bells, hearts, pink and burgundy silk ,
white. On either side were two spiral ,silk organza overlay featuring a high white satin cloth with a full flowers placed around the bowl. i ,
candelabras and two tree neckline, long' sleeves and chapel gathered lace skirt overlay. Center The food table was covered similar
J. candelabras. Areca palms were plac length train.The fitted bodice was ap- big the' table was the bride's cake td the other tables.In the center of the t
ed throughout at different vantage pliqued with silk Venise lace and tiny made With three round tien over a table was an epergnette arrangement
& points. pearls. She wore a gold bracelet, a fountain and two heart cakes on tier with pink and burgundy silk flowers
i.. Presenting a program of nuptial gift from her mother and father. She separators on each side connected to .. and pink and burgundy tapers. At
>\muslc were Mrs. Charlotte Durrance wore a floor length veil trimmed with the main cake with arch stairways.Two both ends of the table were smaller
; organist, and Mrs. Charlene Mains silk Venise lace and carried a Colonial heart cakes were' placed on the arrangements in pink and burgundysilk
t;;and Rev. David Weyand; also Mr. : nosegay of white lace and silk ,table In front of .the fountain flowing flowers Greenery was with
?:';and Mrs Raymond Moody presented In shades of pink and burgundy with burgundy water. Bridesmaid and down the length of the table
f,_ a program of nuptial music. With white silk gysophalia and pink dolls were placed on one stairway and bells and hearts and feathered doves
Mr. Thornton attended his son as and burgundy satin streamers. The groomsmen were placed on the other placed at Intervals. Finger foods and
best man. Ushers were Randy Anderson wedding was directed by Mrs. Betty stairway. A picture of the bride and, hors'd oeuvers were served Qn silver
and Randy Reddish. Jamie Alvarez. groom was,placed between one. tier trays. >
Wayne Williams was ring-bearer. A reception was held In the church and the groom's bible was placed bet- ,i The couple is residing at 615 N.
Miss Donna Kaye Thornton sisterof Fellowship Hall which was decoratedand ween the other tier. The cake was Water Street, Starke.
the groom, served as maid of honor directed by' Mrs. Julia Alvarez 'decorated with clusters of pink and The bride attended Union High .
and the attendants were Mrs. assisted by Mrs. Dottie Thornton and burgundy roses made of frosting.The School and the groom is a 1982 Mr. and M,...Shane Thornton
Suzanne Faulkner and Miss Candy Mrs. Dianne Moody Green potted cake was baked and decorated by the graduate of Bradford High School and
Jones.: They were attired alike in plants were used throughout the hall groom's mother. Cutting and servingthe is employed with C.I. DuPont Company Linda, Underhill

burgundy sheer organza over: taffeta A large white bell hung from the cake were Mrs. Diane Williams of Starke. .. .. . ... ..." .. .., .. .. ... .: .. Scott LazenbyTo
gowns decorated with self-fabric ruf- center of the room with pink burgun- and Mrs.Tin Osbom. .. : :. Wed April 21 :

I Od Miss Linda de-htll; daughter of .!.

Holy Week Program F Area Social Side Mr Kingsley and Mrs.Lake Reginald, and Scott Underhill Lazenby of, ,

The son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Lazenby of
Starke, will be united in marriage
Churches April 1620Each Saturday April 21,. Church.m. in "
Kingsley Lake Baptist with a ,!
GlddysMooty Qjf The reception in ,the church Fellowship MAll I
clergyman in the area I
year the area churches join message by a .
k together in sponsoring lunches and aj ". la part of the daily schedule. All pea- '''Society Editor \' : friends and relatives' are invited j
} special noonday message during Holy pie of the community. are welcome. to attend. I I

week. This year the special lunches, ..9tU-76Q8' News! II I
! will be held April 16-20 from noon tot, Churches providing: the meals dur- :
' 12:55, p.m. at First Baptist Church. 'log the week will be: \ I
First'Presbyterian and + -"L '
There Is no charge for i Monday
which,. are donated by.area_churches! 'StEdwanIs' ;; Tuesday St.Marks and !
"1 but a special offering is taken each Bethlehem Freewill Baptist: Wednesday L. Robinson of Starke and Steven M. HappyEaster
to provide funds for emergencY.day, First Christian and church of Reynolds of Starke, son of Mrs.SylviaA. I
11 God and Beuckman of O'Fallon, 111. and Edward
relief the .r {! Thursday, First Baptist !
during year.
I Madison Street Baptist;Friday,First C. Reynolds, Jr.'of Alton,,ill.,

Besides a meal, singing and a short' ':United Methodist and Lawtey will be united In marriage in on Pleasant Satur- YoaUnd the most \
Methodist. day.April 14,- at 4 p.m. .
Methodist complete selection of,
New Congregational
Hope
Linda Underhill '
,I Church, three miles north of Starke Scott Lazenby. Joyful Easter cards I
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J' r. on US-301. from Hallmark.. i iGJr.

; :;;Tammy Baldree' Honored at Parties,, Bradford Miss Robinson Vc-Tech Business graduated Center, from in I :

1982 and Is employed by the Journal of R.D., a
' Miss Tammy Baldree,whose marriage The guests were invited, to the Civil Defense, Starke. Wishing you'' life's greatest "'...".'...............
'r ,to Wade Winkler will be' an refreshment table which was covered Mr. Reynolds graduated from pleasure and all we hold dear. In
<. event of May S, was honored at' wtih a white-lace cloth and centered Walter H. Wellborn High School.Anshort. Happy Anniversary in this, ,
several parties in the past week. 'with an arrangement of silk flowers in niston, Ala. and is employed by Clay' our 10th year.
Miss Baldree was honored at a luncheon spring colors. A silver punch bowl Electric, Keystone Heights. All my love always
"' on Saturday, March 24,'given was placed on one end of the table anda All friends and relatives are invited Mrs. R.D..
by M .,Norman Redding, Mrs. John cake at the other end. A silver tray .to attend.
J Torode, Jr., Mrs. Carl Torode, and. with a bread boat filled with tangy dip V.
it Mrs. John Torode, Sr. given at the completed the table arrangement.On .? b-1 i
home of the latter on Kipgsley Lake: "
,: The head tabled was covered' with> -'-- RON DENMARK'NsIrnAPla, ',

an Imported embroidered organdy .. ,
, cloth. The centerpiece was. an arrangement Saturday; April i, Miss Baldree .., s'I.b:C h&epreseatfagtfj&iHlH/if, )1 1i" ;'>-:>'r l< I'
.'., of mums, daisies, tables: .complimented., at< a;.branchial t;1 )"" ntencld'C b a.Ot ,: r \" mntqP.e1."tII.tr<@ >WJ 4 'It'.i JilWwtvr'! y-4j 4Frb" ;$ Ii!i \\0" P'. .1
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staluS,-and :Iris/ Two' other/ Econo Lodge given by Mrs. S.G. Den Steven Reynolds Homo' .Auto. :e"e,' .Mobile Horn .
( the sun-porch. Each table I Ms. Linda ; 01MB two Ctntf. to*
were on mark, Mrs.J.E. Hardy, l ,
was centered with a silver bowl which, Johns,Mrs. Jimmy Reddish and Mrs. ''Br-enda'Roblnson.: j ,j:
held pastel colored violets. Clyde Sinclair Steven ReynoldsTo 964-7O71 Ctarks-
f Bridal place cards ''marked the The U-shaped tables were covered '1 ;
ii r seating arrangement for the 18 Invited with Army/Navy cloths embroideredwith Wed April 14 .

guests. The hostesses presented,, pastel flowers. The head table .' 2111 N.Tsmple u.s. 30)) N. Storks L
1 ? the honoree with a teak tray as a i was centered with an arrangement of Brenda F. Robinson of .Starke. .SHOP
memento of the occasion.-Also atten fresh' pastel flowers and the aide daughter of Mrs. Voncille Bessinger Edward.Rood ot Bradford Squora '
ding were Mrs. Charles Baldree,, tables were graced with a garland of'. Clinton, S.C. and the late Kenneth 7 J
'4 mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs.. English dogwood. Place cards mark .
Warren Winkler mother of the I for the 24 \ ." .: : : !
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I,1 groom-elect. ,. cock guests of which Jacksonville included, grandmother Mrs. Ray Han of ; -. (' ; '. :" : .. i

': the bri.de-elect.Mrs. Charles Baldree, : T" lu eeFast: Ways .
her mother, and Mrs. W.W. Winkler, ,I -. : -
Miss Baldree was given a kitchen; mother of the prospective groom. -
shower recently at the home of Mrs.., The hostesses presented the -
J. Joe Sapp given by Miss Michelle! honoree with a iris corsage and a 'I
Sapp, Miss Nancy Payne. Mrs. Joe: plate of her chosen china pattern as a. To Get Your Fortune .

Sapp corsage and Mrs.fashioned Marion Payne.A of .kitchen'gadgets ; memento of the occasion. .. ,: :

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Of Local Inter' st "; r -- Joe S. Starling Honored ,, '..

els Program ffc Attention: Students of School" .' :

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Brenda Robinson 7 Mrs; Russell Wood tr' '
of Paulk
Starling Road
United salt or sodium meals. The Cost is bas ,. Joe S.
First Methodist Church is : i J
beginning a Meals-on-Wheels ed on a sliding scale depending on a Shower Honoree Surprise Party HonoreMiss Your Id-year class reunion will be Starke, was honored on his.71st birth"T "
program held June 1984 at 7 at the March 27, with a birth.I,
in Starke and surrounding area. person's Income and expenses. The on 16, p.m. day Tuesday / ,
maximum be Brenda Robinson whose A National Guard Armory on Edwards party given at his home by the
Mealaon Wheels is a popular charge will $15 per mat'riage '- surprise birthday party was day
throughout the country program that week. to Steve Reynolds will be solem- given for Mrs. Russell Wood of Road.If students and staff of SLarke Christian 'ill.', I

provides a hot, balanced meal for The program is the result of the nized on Saturday, April 14, was Lawtey, whose birthday Is Thursday, you have not yet received your information School. f
those people who for a variety of dream and hard work of Mrs. Norma honored recently at a miscellaneous ; April 12, Saturday night, April 7, by sheet and ticket order Mr. Starling, affectionately known'' I
reasons cannot prepare a meal Thompson and Mrs. Betty Young. An shower at the Mike Reddish home' her four children and their families: blank, please pick one up at Hodges as "Papa" Starling by the children, r;, ,
themselves. The program often anonymous gift has made it possible with co-hostesses Mrs. Tom Bowen; Wanda Porter of Jacksonville, Cathy Hardware, 412 E. Call St. If you have' had served as custodian at Starke I t
makes the difference between living to offer this program on a sliding Mrs. Tom Casey and Mrs. Allen Nor- Milliard of Lawtey, and Ronald Wood any questions concerning the reunion, Christian School for several years He .'
at home or having to reside in a nursing scale. The meals will be prepared man. and Wayne Wood of Starke. please contact one of the following was confined to his home because of""a t
home or other extended care under the supervision of the Bradford Several games were played and Given at the home of Ronald Wood people: Sandra Ebling Alvarez, serious illness. .1 \1.1 I
facility. Hospital dietician and in their kit- prizes awarded. 'on Morris Carter Road the many 964-7889; Becky Payne Giddens, The children sang songs and quoted a1 '
chen. The refreshment table smoked' 964-6560; Kathy Casey Hobbs, several passages of scriptures. i
The Meals-on-Whecls program is a was covered: guests enjoyed ribs and : ,.&' '
service that many of the health and Anyone who knows someone with a white embroidered cloth,, .. chicken, cole slaw, baked beans and 964-4123; or Mark Hodges, 4682976. Refreshments' included' birthday 'f
social service organizations In Brad- needing the service or wish to receiveit centered with an arrangement of spr-, strawberry shortcake. Also, the next organizational cake, which was mad and decorated .,* .; I
ford County have included in their list themselves should call Norma ing silk flowers and candles, Punch, Followln' ? an evening of chatting meeting will be held on April 22, at 2 by the students, and soft drinks. ;), : (
of needs. The service is available to Thompson 964-7003, or the church of- cake nuts and mints were served. 'with old friends, Mrs. Wood opened p.m. at the School Board meeting (Mr. Starling passed away Tuesday, ,w/ 1\\L
either those who have recently had fice, 964-6364. Additional volunteersare Miss Robinson was presented a cor- 'her many gifts. room. night, April 3 at his home following a : ,:
surgery or hospital care and need it needed to deliver the meals. Each sage and two silver goblets as' a"''I1! Strout Realty brief illness.) : I II
temporarily or those who have an on- volunteer is asked to do it one day a memento of the occasion. .' aT' I '
or permanent need. week. Contributions to help underwrite Miss Robinson was assisted In openIng Senior Citizens Starke OfficeTo :I
going
Meals-on-Wheels will provide a hot the costs for those with limited her gifts by Miss Dana Reddish Receive Award Did You Know........... ..
Ian .
Luncheon .
Uf Spring
noonday meal, Monday through Fri incomes would be gladly received. and Miss Tara Casey. \ ;;| .I\-,\ .
day. Special meals can be providedfor The service will begin Monday, April 'Lorraine Branch Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of ,
30. u.' Bradford County senior 'citizens Champion, Roanoke Va. Visited his mother,,, Mrs. 4s':
diets such low- ,
those on special as Cantata Set ; Branch Officeof
Easter ;.*'* Manager of the Starke
'who are paid up members will have Mabel Jones at Norma's Home over ''I, ;",
For April 15 "/,r gft; its spring luncheon at the Econo the Strout Realty,Executive has been notified Offices by in the weekend and also Mr. and, Mrs., 'I '
Nancy Lee Aarts Lodge on Tuesday, April 17. at 11 a.m. Company's Fred Smith. .:'tg g1
Eric Norman The First Christian Church Choir t The club wishes to thank the Fair Springfield, Mo. that qualificationsfor Award ,!. "

ToldMr. will present an Easter Cantata, "It" Association for their efforts in helping the Master Salesperson' Mrs. Louie Bell Parks spent the ,,1\, .
been
have achieved.
Engagement Took a Miracle next Sunday April to make the fair booth possible. Dur- weekend with her son and family,Mr. 'i ,
In of this accomplishment
15, at 5 p.m. Director Mrs. I*. Baer. ing the Fair $ISO was raised and will recognition and Mrs. Bill Parks, in Atlanta and ''J'. "
be
and Mrs. Fred S. Aarts. Jr..of Public is Invited to attend. be used to buy needed equipment for an engraved wall plaque will attended the wedding of- her granddaughter .' \
Clearwater announce the engage-, the senior presented to the Branch Office com ';
new citizen center to be Jana, on Saturday afternoon Ir/IW
ment and approaching marriage of completed June mending the Sales Staff for outstanding
by directly behind ; ,,:
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Lunch Bunch '- *. Sales Achievement and noteworthy .t ;
their daughter. Nancy Lee of >It the Bradford County courthouse.The /!
Gainesville.to Eric Alan Norman of a bromeliad service to the public. Additional T C'
Meets FridayThe plant was won by
Gainesville, son of'Mr. and Mrs. Eva Borror and the Olympic afghanby acknowledgement will appear in the Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. John Griffin ,;'I.1 u
Jr. of Blan- n company's magazine'Strout World. Mrs. Guy Andrews, and Mrs 'r
Leroy Norman, Camp Ella Cooney. They wish to thank ,
Lunch Bunch will have its
'
The Starke Branch Office Is locatedat Maria Wallace attended the 100th anniversary 1'
ding. all who
at participated by helping at the '
The bride-elect is a graduate of the ,o : covered dish luncheon Friday 12 Fair and the patrons for their Interestin 838 North Temple Avenue. Sales and reception of the First (
University of Florida. t #"'" noon at the First Presbyterian their projects. staff includes Donald Champion, Sr., Presbyterian Church, in Green Cove ,'I : r

Mr. Norman is a graduate of Bradford ; ,lib Church. Alton<<: McCullers, Jr. and MargaretC.Annnn Springs on Sunday. t'.

High School and is employed as Nancy Aarts
hair stylist with Hairbenders in Oaks '
Mall Gainesville. Eric NormanMayor's & $

The wedding is planned for August 4 '
in Clearwater. ttfcWsfiUf*, 8 "

News Release- r( tey.( Apjri 5.PWiEAGLE 16 VALUE 'J!
Announcement -
Proclamation Satu'ineJay, ; MEN'8 LEVI'S KNIT SHIRTS '!r rPol
/cotton knit polo with collar.
Solid color, contrail trim*. ,'1
a.-'AIWft 5 wo. rV
Mayor Jimmy Crosby has proclaimed
April 9-16 as Private Property 'i
Week in Starke, and urges local TL
citizens to Join with Realtors and
a Realtor-Associates nationwide in \ ,,'
marking the observance. tevi's0W
During this annual event, which
this year carries the theme, "The
Strength of a Nation Lies in the

'Union Homes County of Its People"Board of, the Realtors Bradford-will SAVE ON OUR LOW PRICES UP TO 56 % #

sponsor a week of community- a ,
oriented programs and activities

designed to call attention to --_ ?
Americans right to own real property.In .
his proclamation, Mayor Croshy II
reminds Starke citizens that one of

the most precious rights Americans
enjoy is the right to own, use or
'-{. transfer real property. tommncisuy teVils r i
< ',p' "Above all/stated the mayor, "we

Berlin Ellenon must guard against taking for ''MpfKVED'
granted the rights that come with t \ tl I I.

B.rlln Ellerson .'_ home ownership. Owning one's home IIa I NEW! ,n I I t2"
Receives Award *' and preserving these tights disperses,j..,'to i Rout ', ,, I j jtl n t 191oq
individual decision-making that collectively lawaoMOTDBOIL ." '
affects the well-being of our IQSCILLAT' I/ ,
On Friday March 23. Berlin Parks community." 1 I /gn
Ellerson, daughter of Margaret called all
Mayor Crosby upon
Parks Aaron of Starke and Frank Starke residents to reaffirm the ,.\ F/ l@ l a gSiJL I INOBRf.RXER
Parks of Cocoa and wife of Milton freedom of such ownership by taking
Ellerson was honored in a ceremony part in the April 9-16 observance of ONE US.QUART'iSayej34 I
sponsored by the Urban League Guildof Private Property Week. '.
Broward County as one of the coun- t-JVALUE "

ty's outstanding black women. '
After graduation, Mrs. Ellerson '' % $aveSOeJ' 7.94DISO.PRICE !.
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s.v 8).05;
studied Medical Technology at Sav Trade Denton
BOYS' LEYI'SPLAID SHIRTS ,
Volusia County Community Collegeand I ;.
became a certified dental assis- Shower HonoreeMiss 77 5488 2 (s plaid Boys'shirts horl with/on sleeve poly/cotton: .S-Xt. | 88
tant while serving as a Red Cross 1O I :1ta .
WAS 1.17 WAS 3S.8818".OSCILLATINOFAN 6.88 WERE 7.97 ;
Volunteer overseas. An activist and Trade Denton April 14 bride- WAS 5988 WERE 12.88

community leader, she has served as elect was honored at a bridal shower 10W40 MOTOR OIL ,. 35 LB HTH CHLORINE BOYS' DENIM JEANS MEN'S ACTIVE PANTS' :.
organizer and chairperson for Tuesday April 3, at 7 p.m. given by Heavy-duty detergent oil clean 05% granular chlorine lor Has 4 push button chroma Poly/cotton lean with straight. .Wlndbreaker poly/cotton' pant .
numerous fund raising activities Mrs. Jean Russell, Mrs. Claire Col- .*,It lubricates. Quart me. ,\mule h..p. pool sparkling safety. grill,heavy-duty b.... leg. 4 pocket styling. 8 16 w/elsiic weal. a eontraat pip- !.
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designed to Improve services to eman, Mrs. Cherylene Kimberley and ing Aral eolt S-KI
families and youth. Mrs. John Dempsey at the home of '

Mrs. Ellerson is a member of Mt. the latter. : "
Nebo Baptist Church a Sunday schoolteacher The refreshment table was covered i,, ,
and treasurer of the Youth with a white lace cloth and centered '
dept. She is also active with the West with a spring floral arrangement. I 1 l r ,
Ken Lark Homeowner's Association.She Games with prizes were enjoyed by i -1 I 1 ,'

and her husband have one the guests during the party hours. .,,,
daughter, Kimberley.This The hostesses presented the
weekend was of triple honored guest with a Silverstone

significance to Mrs. Ellerson becauseshe cookware set and two laundry baskets (. n ''''
not only received an award but filled with kitchen gadgets as a I
''she also celebrated a birthday and memento of the occasion. l(', \
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her 16th wedding anniversary. Among the guests was the t t t .1 I
honoree's mother, Mrs. Don Denton t 'I' ,
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and grandmother, Mrs. Simon Denton 63 47 47 C 6 '

and Mrs. Owen Alvarez, motherof ,
Elks .Club News.... the WAS 7.w WAS 1.07 WAS 2.51 WAS W td '
prospective WAS
groom. 10.B8 ftam WERE 2.77 '
WEB BAND CHAIR 12"TABLE TOP GRILL 30 QT.ICE CHEST DELTA BATH TISSUE H" E" j 1
Officers Installed..... GARDEN HOSE POCKET (
T-SHIRTS -
Did You Know........... Multicolor webbing on Durable sled construction Foam lee chest with cover 8-rollt 400 heal family Rubb.r slid 'n f .
At the April 2 meeting of the Starke turdy tubular Irame. with 31.gs,easy-clean grill and carry handle. pack bam tissues, laced. Bta r.alstant.vinyl .In. POIy/Cotton r.Infoc d [
neck.
Elk Lodge, Past Exalted Ruler Maxie Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Neel of Albany YOUR Aaacrud cdon 1 $ '

Carter installed the following officersfor Ga. have moved back to Starke and CHOICE .. .
the 1984-85 year: are residing in Pine Haven Subdivksion. ,_. ,,! );
George W. Brown, Exalted Ruler; Kevin is employed. Western '..: \.
'Vernon Nichols, Leading Knit; Ed- Steer Steakhouse. ,': ; ,'
mund Shaw Loyal ; Sid ./
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Daugherty, Lecturing Knight; Phillip Dr. and Mrs. Heinz Stocking and 4 cllolcE !
Johns, Treasurer; William Wilson, two daughters of Berlin, Germany, .r I ray
Sr.. Secretary; Richard Solze, Es- are guests for three weeks of Dr. and
quire; Warren Winkler Chaplain; Mrs. D.W. Whiffen and are staying at
Wade Winkler, Inner Guard; Scott the Whiffen cottage at Kingsley Lake. f,1
Roberts, Tyler; Frank Ottinger,. P.C.D.chlonneunq type .S

Trustee.At Mr and Mrs. Buddy,Travvick and lebkter ,
'the .March 19 meeting Exalted sons of Lake City spent the weekend I *

Ruler V.A. Nichols installed the with his mother..Mrs. Jack Trawick, W6 8
1984-85 officers of the Elkettes of 1802. at.lGn& ley Lake. e'' 1"2r Mwr "
The new officers are; 'WAS a M ,
Doris Ottinger President WERE..27 EASY-ON! ADHESIVE TRASH CAN LINERS PACE 3" TABLETS OR 1 GALLON CHLORINE' POOL AND SURFER' FABRIC
Margaret Brown vice-president; plastic covering Hi,3 yd 10-ct, plastic' train can bag* CARTRIDGES Eltectlve a'ga.cld.bwt' Inflatable-ringpoal or SURFER ,Poly/cotton V-neck ahlrt
Evelyn Strunk, secretary; ,Virginia roHs Assorted clde.rll.lnfectanp team wrf SSad nan air litres* Matchlna Miorlaj In larryi
s=a -board # and annr..te. cloth. AMI. colors. 8. W, IHf
Shaw treasurer;- Robbie Nichols, STARKE : ,
historian. CHURCH OF GOD ,
The Starke Elks Lodge meetingsare I
and third 422 N. St. pair M4-S449 .' .
held on the first Monday .,' I '
Walter F. Mantz Patter
nights of each month with a covered .
dish supper at 7 p.m., meetings at 8. We Invite you to worship with us. ,\ 1:I.

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,:'i. The Buddy Revels __ April 12.1984 TELEGRAPH PagelA

Honored at CookoutMr. St. Edward Church News Hampton Hilitesby -
,: ,) candlelight affair as it took place at ; The Hampton Elementary PTA will
and Mrs Buddy R Dolores' Meng I the time of the big storm which hit hold an fmportaot(\' \(Setting' *t. the
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honored at :vels were St. Edwards Parishioners Church .. ?. this area. school Thursday April
a cook out Fflda ;ApI'\) 6 phone 46H-19I3 May Field:
celebrating their December 2 Attend Musicians{ Information for the St. Augustine < \ Visitors... p.m. Plans for the planned
mar Meeting Baby Shower... Dray
rlsge. DCCW Convention to be held at the for students will ba made.

Host and hostesses for the evening On Saturday, March 31, Gainesville Hilton Hotel on May 6, 7 Mrs Billy Stone of Starke was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell and Super I'.B. Students '
a
t! were Mr. and Mrs Jim Lewis, ,MI' of the National Association meeting of and 8 was given by Altar Society honored at a baby shower given Tues- grandson, Shaun MUse spent the The following were named Super
and Mrs David Canova, Mr and Mrs. Pastoral Musicians from president Josephine Cumber. lay night April 3, by Mrs. Sheryl Rid- weekend in Orlando. They attended P.E. Student for the week of April
the St.
Don Hardy, Mr and Mrs Mike Reddish Augustine Diocese held Installation of new Society officers' ,eI lick and Mrs. Ruth Riddick at the the graduation from Navy Boot Camp 2-6: Renee Wynn, Julie Collins, Jason
was at St
1'i Mr and MraKenny Catherine's Catholic is scheduled for 5 p.m. on May 20 at tome of the latter. of their son Steven Spell, on Friday. Padgett, Cecil Stanley Brian Archer
Mss! Gayle! Lee, and Mr. and Chitty Mrs. Orange Park. Purpose of this Church meeting in the Western Steer Steakhouse. The table decorations and On Saturday they all enjoyed visiting Mary Wood Nicole Clark and Brad
Disney World.
.}S Wilbur Waters at the home of the latter was to encourage communication and decorated cake were carried out !in a Sharpe.Science
Steven will be
on West pink and blue assigned computer Clats Activities
Madison stork
s Street. education and umbrella
\ among pastoral musicians St Edward's
Hanging baskets, greenery' and in the Diocese. Parishioners heme. Fruit punch, snacks, nuts and training school at Pensacola next In line with classes taught by

flowers decorated the deck and car- Among those attending this Attend RENEW Program ,;JOn were also served to the 15oests week Robert, Hagan of Lakeland science students teacher have been Keith implementing Tetstone;
port. Individual (: attending. spent
tables from
meeting the St.
were covered Edward's choir
last week with
with flowered cloths and were Antoinette Thursday evening, April the Honored guests were Mrs. Betty visiting Viola Lefebvre. and knowledge preparing and plaqr
centered C.oss. Theresa 5. '
the Henry Spell family. ting flower seeds at the front
with candles In first S:Stone of Hampton and entranceof
miniature buckets, Dtmne, Ann Gingras. Ordy Greenly, Spring Training Session of the -i Mrs. Marge the school have
The buffet table was covered with i a Diana Phillips and Gerry Phillips RENEW! Program was held at the St. ,. larding of Keystone Heights future Hampton Elementary, films',about growln They -things enjoyed and the the
beige cloth grandmothers: Lori
and centered with a can. Augustine Student Cuter in Stone was a win-
die. tree. Gainesville. per of the door prize. School News... nature walks finding the ,various

decorate a Northfork, Pine Altar Society Plans This Program designed to help The shower turned out to be a PTA Meeting Thursday tures.plants and insects shown in ,the plea

was with money and given Senior Citizens DinnerAt people develop a more spiritual life ------
to the honored couple. was conducted by Tom Umlauf oil

Approximately 20 couples enjoyed the Gainesville and Sister Caroline who,,
meeting of St. Edward's
the party between the hours of 7 and 9. Altar Society held in the parish hall on ,and works Chiefland.with parishioners in Williston

April 3. plans were made to host il
covered dish dinner a ? Father Joseph Finlay,St. Edward's STATE REPRESENTATIVE
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honoring local '
Easter Cantata senior pastor, joined the following '
,' citizens. The dinner is planned parishioners in GEORGE CRADY
Highlights Week for April 29 at 4 p.m. in the parish. attending the
hall. meeting: Barbara Conner Chairperson WANTS YOUR OPINION
uiillIsrJImluuIJuIllIllfluhlfflulIrJ
of the RENEW .
parish
Program
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Plans were also made for joining .
AS Easter William '
approaches, there are a the ladies from the Presbyterian Marchese Cheryl Mollerup,
number of special programs at First Church in serving the Monday Holy Francis and Dolores Meng. I >. ,
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lift of United the Methodist Church. Highlight Week Luncheon at the First Baptist ': ',". ''.''i CLIP AND MAIL .TO:
coming week is the Easter Cantata j
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"Celebrate Life",.which will include "' I'' :f REP. GEORGE CRADY
over 55 voices as the youth and Did : .: : You .
Know. "
adult choirs combine. The cantata ..........., '" '
TALLAHASSEE FL 32301
will| be presented Sunday, April 15, at '' j' j Ra \ ,
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11 a.m. and again on Thursday, April Mr. and Mrs. Howard White of Punta '- ,. ;,
19, at 7 p.m. Besides the singers, there Gorda are guests this week of Mr.. f by Elizabeth Terry' i .
will) be instrumentalists and nar and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle. phone 782-3390 "

rators. Church'Activities..
Sunday morning worship service, Mrs. Mary Jo"Evans of Eastman .
at 11 a.m., is now being shown live Ga. was weekend guest of Mr. and' .Revival meeting will be at First "* : '' ; .
on YES NO 'j$$; "$$:: : '*'*/ *, ,* 't. .1', '. .
Bradford Cable Channel I). A Bible Mrs. B.L. JMoxley, Jr. Baptist Church beginning April 16. ; $;"$ :7tojM ;
r Study on "Miracles" of Jesus is being Services nightly at 7:30 p.m. Speaker D 0 1 1. Do you think that merit pay for teachers will Improve thVe ucatidrid: fp"-d! '
shown each Monday at 10 a.m;'and Mrs. L.H. Gibson spent the Brother.Ray Lindsay Tampa.. '>,\,, ,lf'rD : : !
Wednesdays'at 6:30: p.m. weekend with her son and wife,Gerry 'personals... J system, ? ::
1 .
There will be a special sunrise service and Elaine Gibson, at Merritt Island ", 0. 2. Do you think county commissioners l \1 should be elected from I single '' ... :"
at 7 a.m. on KingsleyLake, Fire and enjoyed the space shot with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Arwood of .
Lane No. 77 The Sacrament of Holy Elaine's parents Mr; and Mrs. Bob Jacksonville spent Sunday with their ij member districts, rather than beelec'ted county wide?' /. ; .
Communion will be Hastings of Irvine, Cal. Also visiting grandmother, Mrs. B.J. Wilkison Sr
observed on Q 0 .3. Do you think the state should reinstate automobile Inspection stations?
l\Iaundy'Thursday, April 19, at 845; them on Friday to Sunday were Mrs. They went to church with her.
p.m.. following the Cantata. Gibson's cousin and husband, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haga John and o 0 4. Should the state adopt Martin Luther King's birthday, as.a"fjblida9'V) J ;'! ,
I Mrs. Sven Tornqvist of Malmo, Jennifer, spent last weekend with o 0 .
5, Do favor state ? ;
Did You Know.........+" Sweden.who are spending two months friends and relatives In Georgia; and you a lottery : 'i..- :; .
In the U.S. including a week's visit Tennessee. .,.. 0 .0 6. Should DWI l laws: be expanded to include!! operators' Cf.bOots1? ; ? '. V ,", ,V;

Rev, and Mrs. William McAliley\ of Jose with, their Cal. exchange student in San' home'Mrs. Friday Nellie after Wilkinson spending returned two I 0 0 7. Do you favor raising the drinking age from 19 to 21 ?'"'\: ;" ,'i >J." .' ;' ;' .. ',

Atlanta;: former Starke residents, are weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Virgil 0 .0 8/ Would you favor a law. that would' prevent judges frornjrriposlh'g; the ."*"; '
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spending this week at the Thomson CDR John G. Sims of Washington, Griffis. after''' leaving the North .
cottage at Kingsley.Lake... ., I, ; D.Cwag last Thursday overnight Florida Regional Hospital In, ; death" penalty over a jury's recommendation of life imprisonment: ?'"'H .

Dr. J.JS. Denmark, who suffered a guest Searing of his, mother-in-law' Mrs.. :Earl, her.Gainesville, Our prayers are ..with ,c' D P I'' 9. 'Do you favor: a'' state constitutional, ,:amendment that would provide that

L heart attack last Friday, is Improving'; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake : the homestead exemption not be applied ,to the first 0,000 1 of assessed '

while patient in Alachua".General Lloyd B. Andersen of .Naples was City spent Sunday with their parents, "? ,": value I ? > -.
Hospital; weekend'guest of, his sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. v '' 'II.< "
Gladys Mooty. Mr,and Mrs. Robert Wolfe and son, ;,,. J3: Cl 10. Do, you, favor a 'cbolfng off" or waiting period before. a ,person"is: '

Mr. and Mrs. MackL. Williams. Robby of Wilmington,Del.,spent the ," allowed to buy handgun? .
of Sylacauga, Ala. spent the weekend Mrs. Janet Turner spent last week weekend with their grandmother, q ;
with Mrs. Williams, Sr. Mrs. with her daughter and family, Mr. Mrs Hester Hicks, and their uncle "
" Williams, Jr. was here all last week and Mrs. Paul DiVito and son at. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Glen Shuford! ,
" with her mother-in-law. Royal. Palm Beach. and family.Mr. "
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and Mrs. Jim McCarley, Jr. : J ,
, Mr. and Mrs. 'Jimmy Wiggins(; and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews attended and their daughter'.Brandi Leigh, of NOTICEi .' ,
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, family of'Jacksonville. visited'his: > the preview paintings show at the :Jacksonville, were Saturday night )( .t R / ; \ "
.y mother Mrs.' One Wiggins' over the Spring Arts Festival and dinner at.. guests t>f his parents; Mr. ,and Mrs.: ( :. ". :;;, :> .: :w:..

,&r: weekend. '(0.: \,. 111"J. I\ \ i\ Santa SIt'\t VSv i.r. : .inC':1 .Community' *yCM1oUet. t';/:s' ti .,:. Jira-Mcqarl gJ.priJh'hI.: ":y,Sr, Mark.,a and" Sumy'/s! I .I It.fl. ;(f) C' N j ': R :(:A.1lQ'N: ''FOR' !,: 'U" ". 'h ''J

,t.,1 Cec rwl\1\ !:and: J '"''.. <: ,.- \ 'l1! l &R .'. Wi/kl'k&ir..Ii'/ : : LaW J'; :a;. ':iY """
Outlay' attended t orlda ssociation Mrs Tommy Chastain and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. spent the F19 4'b
'f of Realtors Education Con. daughter spent Saturday to Monday weekend with her granddaughter and. i : ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT .
;. ference In Gainesville last Thursday'. in Orlando visiting friends, grandson Mr. and Mrs Bill SherJ'lng, if. <1"

':t:r'. were Jack the Burnette winning couple and Tom at Duplicate Rowan Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade spent of We Jacksonville.are very grateful that: ''God.i. REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT '

'. Thursday to Saturday at the Contemporary did'nt let the storm damage us. J
March Se-
Bridge Tuesday night, 27.
cond place were Lucile Green and Hotel at Disney World where -..:.... (:.... ,
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attended the
4 they dedication of the endowment ,
: Thelma Jennings and third y
were Ida
. Shaw and Evelyn Griffin. fund ceremony for the c Section 197.0155, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment real estate taxes. A taxpayer. v -: .
School of Religion Florida Southern Nearly 150 gallon of water to u..d l t o who elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based upon an estimated
James and Bobbie Sue O'Brian College in Lakeland dedicated, to (frigate crept toy National' Wildlife tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes, levied upon the property In the preceding
have moved from West Madison Bishop Ed Pendergrass on Thursday magazine. Thai' nearly *.ven time* a* < f., year.
I Street to the J.W. Dukes home at Five night held in the banquet room. of the' much water a* all the notions.: city water, t'' ,
., Oaks, ,, north. of CR-230. hotel. fyt m combined. "$ ''; Vfc' 1 .. "i i : THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL.BE AS FOLLOWS '
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Flnt Installment Payment, One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment -
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I.N' l'' "gal j :' shall be made not later than June 30, 1984. A taxpayer
must make the first installment payment In order to participate N
,WHAT, COULD. WORSEA In this plan. '

f Second 'Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4V4%. Payment o

THAN FLAT TIRE ON q- :i\ ,_ .. shall be made not later than September 30,. 1984. .

JI :ti' Third Installment Payment One quarter of the totll.eltlm'lted taxes plus one-half of any
AIXNEE DESERTED ROAD y,,; ..l'r-: ",, adjustment pursuant a determination of actual tax liability
; discounted 3%- Payment shall be made not. later than De- '

IN' THE bEAD> OP NIGHT: .' 't' ;... camber 31,1984. r TC

... ... Fourth I Installment Payment One quarter of the total'estimated taxes plus one-half of any .
,. adjustment pursuant to a determination or actual tax liability.
: lYlNTHERAIN: ?, No discount. Payment Shall be made not later than March 31, +

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A B1JsS1cINIiL.: ":""I.l\\I.\" ./, ;,;1 your Intent to exercise your rights under this l law, then please complete the appll-.
", ...' :":; : cation below and mail 'or file with your county tax collector prior to May I, 1984.
'I, '' ) ;I'.,hl. ,t..' 'I< '(:: The absolute deadline for filing the application Is May 1. Any application filed

-. '\ ..,{jr \ '"'I after May 1 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the tax
,\I. --lk'CALL1AI'AJ''rl'1\\\: G'? '.;, Yt } collector shall determine .If the application mailed .
,, 1. I \f! 1 ,,: .; was timely. Additional application !",
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; ".!; "i .' forms may obtained from the, tax collector's office as listed below 1"
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I x i.\ > ; Esther S. Hall.
do do when 444 ; ; ,, Mail completed application tot
TaxCollector
What you .: ,. \:" I 1, ,
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your '

call has just collided. ., Hv' .r" .v'.. ..,.. ..... .{I '1 tarKe. ,. Fl. 32091

head on with a busy I s J g'I, w:.___r --I rr -;__._ _-.________ oevrACH ? _.._,__...-,. __ _*.._rrr -._-.__-
nal?'tbUwaitAndhope (;t.! 1 ir''YOU DESIRE TO PAY .1934 TAXES BY'INSTALLMENT PLEASE: SIGN, DATE COMPLETE PROPERTY ,
; whoevestaJklOI.k,! $ \4': .i j' IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATIO(4 TO YOUR COUNTY fAX I COLLECTOR PRIOR
faster. **r' .. k. : ?" ', TO MAV'1.! 1984. UPON RECEIPT THETAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAYMENT -
',''\'' t' :: DUrWITH INSTRUCTION. I IFYOU HAVE. NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE. BY MAY 15,
With Call ser* :: ; 1 f,'. ; j "
Waiting : i' w. "4; C0141rACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE ,

vice. you won t hove to sti '"'f" ,i$ :'i )"'* k., r. -f TO.COMPLETEDBY. ,. : TAXPAYER | _.. '.s ..., ._-
watt'ybu'li get(through lr> '' : : ;, .. 1(''''' \ ."1, .
,\ :l : I hereby make to <; . .
.F an instant ; ... !. r. application participate the Install Property I. D.No.
I" < ; meat payment plan for the. 1984 tax year., Legal' Description as It Appears on the 1983 Tex No..
I still have that flat .. .. T '
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\J i ment Payment Plan If your estimated taxes for 1984 are $25.00 or less you do not qualify for this plan.
'., i;. .- .. .. :'". ,," ,.. One must make the first installment payment not later than Dy3tlmdy order to participate In tnl' plan.-
,, -''', ,1". you have elected to participate In Installment payment plan paying the first payment you are
;. ,00-:;.l' ;/ 'i':. ,9 rtsuiired to continue participation for the tax.year. If you elect to discontinue participation you will not be ntfHtKl -
. I '. ." '1'b : to receive the discounts provided by Law. Installment payments that become delinquent shall be paid(,. l""tll." '
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Southside Elementary School News: "

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, Classroom News... "On the Woy West" Westward Wo Go" People traveled West "Trouble; In the W..,"
Moving W.., 'ut on the way If wasn't
.1 i M.... Bread Strand 5th grade w. were on our way West whn w. load boat., and me ....,. Moving Westward, .
cam to the MlisUilppI Riv.r. It hod up your wagons your
class: During the previous six-weeks mules. Some went by wet.... W. were out to find new land. I
students ovrilowd. w. had to wait a month for w. wars moving Weir.I '. ._ ; ,." 0'1 your lake Erie.We .',
grading period the were re Some went by land. We traveled down
We're heading out West'to find
the river to down. After wo croHod It think/ If li beir. 1'1. now .
go .
quired to learn the structure and function However. wasn't ran Into some Indian*
wo mot Kotlllo Indians. They killed the First by Hat/ toot ': ij\', land, tart a new life, build now homes, every trip
of the human respiratory system.To Th. Indian took motherand
grand. my
and start new schools.The .
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oxon, out dog and our mothor. B* lditho And then by root and _gon. '. '}1)t
culminate this the ; ) There ,
lungs sister
learning, trip will be long and hard, and not might be on Indian' attack.
W. Indians :
Indian, facod another come across '
wo problem.Wo 'I,
of dissected. The students "J H took food. .
a pig were to bear.Supplies so we were sure to They our
hod no food. My brother ttorvod. My with very sharp/ spears ;,;. ,, easy
identified each of the t bock. took two but forgot'
They
respiratory light
part guns
dad and I were the only lurvlvor Finally, Wo hod no /oars.Wo ,.....,...\ will be score and food will be ,
system then straws were used to W. hoped for' the ....,. the othor two
short, so all of us will have; to share.To .
rooehod destination The wild hod that would' blow ;:
demonstrate how the alveoli filled out wo our guns : Traveling through rough ond My father and I set out .
get whore win golrtg, we will do .,
game and water w.,.plentiful..w.founda right owl of heroWo \ I 'J tIt_.
when the lungs inhaled. The students beet and rugged territory to get
fascinated by being able to spot to build our houio under a big oak moved for good farmland; our v.ry Some on stubborn miles, My father was killed/ by Indian "
were fast.: Wo will start a whole now life, and ... ,
we
tree The winter wot hard.Wo barely had I was too crowded In he 'ltemi; t .\ '
visually comprehend how this part of some In ragged wagon.. was on my own. .
_'.. will reach the West. : .
Now that moved : '
food to
enough to last, but wo mode It and ( "
w. survived rescued sister
their own body functioned. The classwould barely f my mom
the when the West from the Cost -: .by Rene*McCarthy t.
through winter. I glad
was
spring j
W. made 'In the West.
like to thank Kristy Harrison It to the West for' what W. toyed .
arrived We'/l hove a very forge l o.U i the bee,. j The West Is best and 'Is J
and her parents Mr. and Mrs. "Going We.," we hoped was
Charles McKinney, for donating. the ...by sill Campbell." ...by Raymond.' T..,,rimble"1""....... ...by Rafael Delestre still being war a' '
...."o.rel"M.bhoni. '
plglUllgLBarnes, Shannon Hicks and ..... :- I

LaTara Jackson made 100X (perfect .. I
scores) on every spelling test taken II I

the this Popsicle last six weeks.treat Math for having class won the THURS., APRIL 12 THRU WED., APRIL 18,1984 ONLY. :"f,.,, i

fewest A-B zeroes Honor earned Roll this students six weeks.were .'': ,1I Double your chances toWIN'15OOoand other cash prizes! d'.', )

Ashley Alday and Brad Hamilton. r, '
Library Assistant Is Trade Vanzant. 4, \
New Safety Patrol members are Bill

Campbell, Rafael Delestre, and a I DoGTb1e ,
Frank Watson. In Social Studies the "
class is moving "Westward Across
America", Following are some J./:/,.'. .
poems and newspaper articles
created by the! students: -

Bingo Bonanza"




Game Tickets '
Business ft Professional ;. "

Woman's Club MeetsIn \JjO"' Wei two tickets time "
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Starke \ '\ give you game every you shop. : ; "
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ODDS CHART ri.v.s :.;;. ,,"'-=:-:"' _. \y\.S'" j' '
District 3 Business & ProfessionalWomen's ==2::':;;'=:::::: A TOTALt ( "
ODDU".M8roh24.1S84. .. n @: ) CASH EASY TO PLAY!
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Club met in Starke Satur- =. := =:,- .,.:: :1'':: ; ::.''o:... .=Osu.Imojn sisn*eMi] *>Mwss I.?HRlsinslM A bustnPC. \ 0. *
day, April 7, at Western Steer ..... WI ."..... 'l'I'" -F .... '.. _. > >r---,.01 j* 0 OF vLc yS PRIZES EASY TO WIN!,
I:::' ,;:' '' rx: :::,=-: .:::=:::.:."" .1 .
Steakhouse. '" o".. ... .'M .. ..___'._'_ -"'" ,'J 163 670 In all ,
Helen Wich,director,presided over r.rev=:::,: 'vu: .r JA' n,;1 '" :::.::-...:-.':.--i"..'..:.:=-=:. .;::' .'J.J ) Got a FREE Bingo Ticket each store visit Prizes
the luncheon-meeting which included .r
clubs from Jacksonville, Gateway, Cm pby F.fe ItoMey. I, 1984 ki 119 Mora ki\/IrgInIII,o-p.nd Florid No pwd.s-\I.: Adults ody..l ,',
Gainesville,Lake City,Palatka,Cres- .
cent City, and Starke. Presidents .'
reports covering club activities for ..1.' ,
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the past four months were given. '/'" .
Assistant District Director Ray "
Ross conducted the workshop on the'
National and Florida Education )Nl. '
Foundations. Miss Ross is the State

Committee Chairman of the National .,

Foundation. .. .'
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State Young Careerist Chairman,
DORIS BETTYRICHARDSON MARION VIRGINIA CHARLES GLADYS JOE! DALE Eo LINDA So KEVIN
Mrs. Susan Hamilton of Jacksonville,
DENMARK, ''
YOUMAN3 McKERNAN DEPRATTERwon STRAY prrre THOMAS JETERWON OSTERHOCir
presented the District 3 Young WONS5OOO WON WON WON WON WON WON WON
Careerist, Marsha Johns from Lake
85000 85000 S2OOO 82000 61OOO 41000
$2OOO
City, Mrs. Johns presented her winn- $2000 91OOO
ing speech. She will compete with 11
district: winners at State Conventionin tw r
June.
Dr. Ailene B. Howard of Jackson-
ville reported on their Individual
,
Develop Program, and described in .' \ .-
detail the procedure for offering thisprogram '. .,' ':" ',. '

of Individual Development ,"
far: om nJJ)1hecQmmunjty., ,

'. LAWRENCE LEONA UE NICHOLE DAVID ''VERA F. NORMA DEBBIE ELEEN8HNES DEBORAH'Ii'll .
DECRE8CENZO HOPPEN PERKINS'ILSON GANDEE ROCfTENBERQ: LOON MONTE NORTON '

.. .' WON .WON WON9100O WON WON WON WON WON WON WON
81000 81OOO 81000 91OO 8100 8100 8100 1OO 8100 ,

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FRESH FLORIDA U.S. NO. 1 WESTERN SWEET RED FLORIDAour


Birthday Elizabeth phone 964-6683 Walker Program GreenCukes 8Y SA/VEll frLB6'9 I $ PINT S


Planned... Potatoes Berries. i49
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The Birthday Club Program will be .
held Sunday, April 1$, at 4 p.m. All ,
members born In Jan., Feb., March
and April are asked to support your 8NC.WHITE.JUMB081Z11 CnUO Rio La CIU.OIIAO '
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birth month. Calif. Cauliflower 130 Crisp Carrot 0 0 0 ,. 2. .AO- 45ft.' Fresh. Red RadIshes =. 14-
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N.A.A.C.P. Meeting... WBBTJUICY' FRESH! .
RED OR BLACK
The monthly meeting of the NAACP Chilian Grapes . .u89* Northwestern Pears ...4ft-- Fla.Sweet# Com. .. ,5I89aNOVner'e -. ',; .

will be held Tuesday. April 17, at 7:30: lCIVBI9CAAOUCIA!!

in the interesting annex of citizens Greater and Allen membersare Chapel.All FRESH.Florida Peppers . Of m+*1 Fresh>! Mushrooms. r L8,a., asa Romatoe Lettuce .1, ,. La 3n-

invited. y' ;
JUMBO *"-"-iT
Concerned Citizens Florida Celery . STALK 39- Red Ripe Watermelons! La 25.JUICe Lemons :. :. '12189.

Meeting...

The Concerned Citizens of Bradford

County will hold its monthly meeting ....r .. .
Monday April 17, at 5:30: in the conference -. e
room at R.J.E. All citizensare .........

invited to attend.Brooker, :
.!OLD 6 PACK JENO'S 10.:30z. FROZEN '..,. ....,
wIII: 12oz CAN .CRISP N' TASTY ..
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;; POUND.
-.nu., MILWAUKEEBEER "r'
'. PIZZACOMBINATION. *
Newsby BOILED $ 69 .PCPPCnOM, 9d ,..:

$249 eur:] 1FHANZIA BAUSAOB.CANADIAN.HAMBUFtOER BACON S. ; ,. I ::,,;

C.E."Sue"Davis HAM onus RBgNJLARORlMHT...... .. I 1

phone 485-1344 ;

Church Members Plan LESSER QUANTITIES S2.89.PER LB '1'" Ore Ida Potatoes .t" ..=....1 Ili". i 1 i ifv

Cottage Prayer Meeting... ABBOHIBD FLAVORS ';'Irj
GOLDEN .
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During the week of April 18 through OLD FASHK3NCD frwl9HaAlfwnsop WKW8IMPOHTEOAOBTMAN CHAPEL JeMoLrrruE PucIdIng: rops. ....it.,'.. ..... I "c.. .'/.. .
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20,members of Dedan Baptist Church GERMANBOLOGNA '1 \.\
will In one member's home HAMBURGER LIEBFRAUMILCH CAR.' FROZENBtrd&oye '. t'I '
gather .
each night in prayer services for the J venu ROLLS 9,99 r.r .Cob Corn 1.. ,',' ,, .." '.' I.
revival to be held at the ..."u. ".,.,.,.- $19'9, \ 1
upcoming wr 7150 :: '1 ', .
11tFI'IOZIN. (
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church beginning Monday, April 23 $199 I
PER 8/79* 3La6e2.2 Seneca Apple Juioe .' ..79 .
through 27. Anyone wishing to attend LB _j : ,. : Ill' ;
call
these prayer meetings may M1ANTrt1aEB I
485-1127 for information and a .J.28 pen LB ::6AKf JL :; ,11 (
se RY' .
schedule of the meeting places beginning "," .).
each evening Gills.m.The ,SIGNALBREAD '32oz BTL., j

Rev. Robert Church in of Starke Madison will Swiss Cheese .' '". tf *1" L PANTRYPfftTOEKINO :o' .;'''OA' '

Street conduct Baptist the revival services each HOMLANO ft* SIZE 'MocrmWASH' .I:: & ; j99| ; J
music .;..,. ... .
Special 1
evening at 7:30: p m. Hormel Salami .. u ' .tOQOPfI AIII! ';
and spiritual singing will begin eacb rr.'!..W''r .* '49S IlAV1I.1.. .W ..
service with various groups. PORK CHOP*FRJCD CHSCKKM-WITH .
Elliott conduct TWO VEOSTT ABLCS A A ROIL 37 .
will
The Rev. Larry zoecLOAV ",- lorn BOUO. 1.0 ROLL-ON r"', 1
morning services. Rev. Elliott Is the Comer ... ,. .* .. $1" .B :DlelIU'III- 0. .. CAI.1'. .

Assistant Director of Missions for the .,. : ....... . ii, .;i,
Florida Baptist Convention. Follow 9ft' COUNTT--._ i

old ing fashioned the morning dinner-on-tbe-grounds.services:\will be an BaHB-Que Sand violi.; PPIen.: I. .. '., ,. It. ."tIt! i ....... !' .' .'. ::; 1; )

The public invited. FMSSM Torpedo BAKED Betts' < ., .. 9189 ioAHnW........ CIR. a.a1r''..1 ..".! .Good U IUUfUUK' ssssslMsssI'lsssW' j e1'' !"f,,.; r:.,.:t';!" ,"; .'
Egg Hunt Planned.., Hot...... ,... ..., .." ." .ssss ."r'O., '". ,...' I 10" / J':; \ .

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hunt is planned for 61'13 .. :
An Easter egg ItsBuns ,.. ,., ... '
and under at the, ., '. '" "., '' '' ; '
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children 12 years :- '" I.' ,' e C '. ;,' : ; : ,;" ;'i f; '<:; '
Dedan Baptist Church on Saturday .: : ; ) .

evening p.m.Any March child: wishing 21. beginning to attend at must'3:30 9'.. f., II .. 0' .' Si; ,PAMrTMV CIov OH..: .. .* > SMM' .... f-! .TO 0: t., .-. -t'It' '0. ,,.1-- S1*:*'..., 1., "' ,' .

) .bring six colored eg* and a basket .. ,1.' ,
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A for the nun*. After the egg bunt a STARK 490 WHIT WAOWOH 8TtlfW l ",'"
Is planned for the
weiner roast .'
children.: .

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Electricity '


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Commissioners ;'"" ;, $ Due
Praised For Outages
Adopting .--,


100-Year Flood Plain'Law _____ TueThur


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County Commlasloners display plaque received from the Florida "' %+ _
c atpterMor the American Planning Allocation through the Suwannee River ar $ ) ,;, __ Electricity will be off In the South
W a DlelrlcQ I',' t 1 Starke, Hampton and Waldo areas
The plaque cites Bradford for being( one of the IIrst Florida counties to April 17-19, Tuesday Wednesday
ad.pt an ordinance prohibiting Thursday while.facilities are beingIIpgradd
building below the lOCI-year Hood plain level, ,' _
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1'elclodommllllonen) are: Maxie Carter Ir., homer Hart, Chairman ;; according to Florida
E:, ., Lawrence: Mosley, and E.L. (Nook) Na'man.'r Power Light.
,1..' ', .,.. :" ;, Times and areas of outages are:
,, V, ," Tuesday April 17- 8:30 a.m. to
; : "\ .\. ... noon, ail customer 'along US-:01
::1 from McDonalds south to Florida
Surplus Property Warehouse; 12:30 to
4 p.m.,' all customers along US-301
from the Florida Surplus Property
Warehouse office south to SH-18 and
.' west along SR-18 around Hampton
Lake to the end of the line. .
Wednesday, April IS- 8:>>* a.m.,
'Mi
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; fif US-301 south of SR-18 all customers
... 9 a.m. to noon, US-301 south of SR-18
U.S.D.A. UMrr-2 PKQS.WITH A : J>I. :
.to Rivera Road Waldo; 12:30 to 4
TOP'O/ 120ZPKQ.KXTRA p.m., SR-18, east of US-301,to SfMOO
PLANTATION BRAND and SU-221 north to SR-18 including
entire town of Hampton.
WHOLE Thursday, April' !.-< 8:30 a.m. to
ShcedWrTH' noon, :SR-100 one-mile 'north of
Theressa to and Including Crystal
Lake; 12:30: to 4 p.m., Starke on
Fryer Legs SR-100 and SE 11th Street south'of

Bacon SR-18 at Theressa.

BACKS r Bonus, LB
5 LB AVG. PKQ.1Y


SMOOTH-eoa CUPS 'WeatherizationProgram
Dannon Yogurt 2/89* '

UAD ASOP HARYnT MOON CHn1III MtD oR: MEDIUM '

rs..a I101CE BONELESS' 99 Kraft Cheddar =. $1ta: : Still
ARMOUR sTAR
Stock
ruDeye "
Li9hi' IJvely := = *150 Sliced Bacon *$179CAAOUNA

U.S.D.A.TOP CHOICE BONEIESS In OperationThe
1O-12LBAVO. MAROAPJNB
$69, Kraft ParkayQtrs. .59 PRIDE pu t PORK ,

Whole Rib Roll Sausage 8 9$ Suwannee' Rivet Economic

Tropicana I.. 99 r Council Inc. announces the
LEAN FRESHLy 3 LB AVQ. PKQ. .D Weatherization Program is still
$9 M cHEDQI.R..PrwCHEOOAl r FRESH PORK operating In Bradford County.
'Ground Chuck' 1 JALAPCNOOfCHUNKY PW/WeKTTO 79- The Program provides materialand

Cheese Spreads*. -. ..& Neck. B011.5, BQ 3t.B)( labor at no cost to the recipient,to
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Taking their third trophy of the 85, Lee 68, Faxon 18, Englewood 0. Mile" MM* ''W.y: 2CHS.Borbr} .. '
season Bradford High Lady Lee High school took first place in G*-m. Fvr 4 Dw wttt. 4:34.03.: I
Tracksters won the Lee InvitationalIn the boys races. Other finishers were T_ mll.r .0 l,.ogl* I*39.f11.SMonn)
Jacksonville last Friday, while Paxon 65' Bradford 61, MkUIeburg 14:57.91. \ \
the boys finished third among four 53, and Englewood 22. Mil* *.!. )1 DIHS-OTMM, Dwltf. .
3A and 4A class schools. '-8. KM dte. 4:3S.r' :

Cheryl Bogle took first place in four The boys team was running witJa j ;
.events and added more points with a three runners absent. "Those boys 1
sixth place. being absent could have changed the Huts H. s Hewitt
Bogle took first place in the two meet score in our favor and we could Shot It I SHM] "6. )S.ekm 36.
mile run in 13:39.07,the one mile run have finished second. Yet what w* ......... arm.IXvat .',
in 6:02, the 880 yard run in 2:40, and had gave their best," says Loper. Niels. pt 1)R.6.rt a.nSL' "
the high jump at 4', The boys team took two first place, / TOM*** 124-6. SJPorttmvnttor ),
Allison Denmark placed first in the' 'one the mile medley relay and the / '
at 120-high hurdles, and the mile relay. 120 f h ImnftM: 4)) Mlfl 17.39. ,,
330-intermediate hurdles. BHS was the only class 2A school at lot and di.2)L.) ., 0.02.. 1

"It was just an absolutely incredible the meet. uMl ,tan SWdgIw 5:02. 6).Mnk1M) Si29.:
performance" says BHS Track f.,*M. "
Coach George Loper. "This meet BUS Girls Results: ..d relay: 7)5NS-Hln. Send,,*.
was extra special since it was the Shot put: 2)Gr.) .., 23'?. 3)Mom) 2V*. FBm.v. ........ .s." .
last Lee Invitational. The memoriesof High |lump: lBotU4') 2)D) mark3riO.3)D ..... 3)JH) non 57.0.. !
their efforts will linger forever ) .W1M 3'10. ) .SO yard "runt MMcq 2:22. Hank:ron !

Strawberry' Invitational Winner,.. with the experiences of'growing up, Discus: 3)Mann) 779. 6)Bogl 5710. 2:2& Thoma 2:43. .
being on .team, and representingtheir 110-low hurdles: 1)Onmarh 22.92. /( Mile KMMIvy/ rlayi 1)IHS-Somi.r., I
Keith Horton center winner of the 18th annual Horton also received a Hal of Bradford strawberries school." 100 yard dash: Barber 14.01. J wa-r.I..II. __. 3:56.41.' I

Strawberry Invitational golf tournament here receives and a set of"irons. One'note about the meet is that Milo run: 1)lBo8l 6:02 2)Fu..oll). 6:06: 220 yard dash: )220361) .. Lone I.
the championship trophy from Country Club President Second place finisher Charles Raulerson received a these performances were turned in 3)Klmull) 6:10. 25.... '\1
Ben Moxlry Jr., left and Tournament Committeeman set of woods. Third place finisher Jim Arnold received a after BUS rushed to Keystone 440 yard relay: 3)BHS-D) nmark.Dcwitt. Two mil run: SWrigt) 11:24.96.: ?;Tn- '.. )

Harold Bishop. golf bag and head covers. Heights Thursday afternoon to make Barber, Gr..n, 58.9. non. 12:25.42. left....,. 12:..,;: Cooper. \ \
'iI: up for a rained out meet. 330 low hurdl: 1)Dnmark) 7.... 12:.... j
Schools finished in the following: 880 yard run: I)BogI. 2:40: 2)Kimull) Mil relay. : 1)BHS) -Sand.r.. Bellamy.R. f
; order for the girls races: Bradford 2:42.: '. .....ll. ,_. 3:37.07. .-
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Keith Horton used a super smooth mistakes says Club Pro Herb Herres, 3)Jahn) Caiala Jan 142<*,'. Limited Fox Hunting Season Proposal : ; I IIt'
who assessed the field .
swing and played 72 holes of steady as strong.In 4)Tom) Mrrlll Cvll. 142 ,
Sunday's play Horton had three 5)A.B.) Howard SA 144
golf to win the 18th annual Strawberry i.'t .1 '
Invitational Golf Tournament this birdies and an eagle on the front nine. 6)Jlm) Spncr Jax 144 ;
He has only one birdie on the back 7)Jlm) Morris Jax 144 ; 1
weekend stroke with 140
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total for 36 holes. nine but played steady golf. .)Bob Mans ,. Jax. 1441! '. Considered by Game Commission, '}
Horton, from Jacksonville; cardeda Scores of the first and second flightsare ')Nod Shimp 'Jax 146 << ;
what the players actually carded. St Mldbrg 14711)BobGaubarx ,..
73 the first day then lOJRob) *n*
sharpened one-over-par his game to a fiveunderpar Scores in the third flight are net. The ) IB 147 Responding to requests from over that amount. ,vide information about their harvest i 9\
67 on the final 18 holes Sunday on other finishers were: 12)John) Starr Mldbrg 147 private landowners and trappers the The tag must be placed on the fox the condition and sex of the animal 1
the Starke Golf &: Country Club 13)Jo) Barrow KH 147 v. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission perlt immediately after it is taken and the area In which the animal was .t
course. It Is Horton's first win of the First Flight: 14)RGy) lum..d Cvll 148 .,' will consider, at its 'May 11 and all unused tags would have to be taken. n
tournament which he has entered for IK.n MocUoy Jon 145 15)Harold Wllllanu Atl. 148 ? meeting a proposed limited season returned to the Commission.Fox Permits will (require trappers if re- ..
several years. 2)1111) Bl.lmy.r Jo* 152 UBill) Zip,.", Jax 149 for the taking of gray and red fox could be taken only by the use quested to provide carcasses for examination .
Charles Kaulerson of Jacksonville 3))John Muitolln Pal. 152 17)Huntly) Rdfarn KH 149 ,' The proposal developed by of live traps guns, dogs 'or snares. by commission biologist.
who plays with the University of 4Bob) Yllon T.nn. 157 18)Harry) Groan Stark 149 biologists of the Division of Wildlife TheSe of steel leg-hold traps will re- Annual monitoring of the fox population a

Clemson was one shot back at 141 in would only allow the taking of foxeson main prohibited. using scent-station indices would
second place. Jim Arnold of Green privately owned lands A limited Taking fox for commercial purposes also continue.. Monitoring the fox
Cove Springs'who won the tournament Second Flight: Am-Am Tourney: season December 1 through would require a valid population by Scent-post surveys is in

year before last, finished thirdat 1)Ray) RouUnon Jan 151 John Briska and Richard Burr, both February 1, would be established and furbearer's license. Fox skins couldbe its sixth year. .
142. Gene Laws of Johnson City, 2)AI) TmorMr. SA 160 of Jacksonville, won the amateur only on lands totaling 2,500 acres. or sold to licensed fur dealers or The gray and red fox have been protected
TN, was fourth at 143., 3)Bob) King SA 161 competition in the tournament with a more agents during the season. The posses in Florida since 1973. Of the 19

There was a three-way tie for fifth 4)Mark) Rutland Jax 161 55. .... Built into the proposal are requirements sion of untanned fox skins would be southeastern'and midwestern states,
place at 146 between Ron Tumlin of SJJIm) WhHakor Jax 162 John Martin and Kevin Scanlon of ,.- ,; for the landowner to first prohibited .Feb. 16 through Nov. 30, Arkansas and North Carolina are the
Palatka. Richard Gaines of Starke 6)Hnry) Brown KH 163 Keystone Heights carded a 59 as didythe :iprovide trappers with written permis- unless each skin was,tagged with one. .'ionly states other than.FJorida thai. .., ..-
and Bill Grey of'PalatkR.'Gainesplayed 7)Gary) Alvans KH 164}t ;,team.of John Martin and CJaude \ IwuiUoaake faxes,on,,Jheir property; : I 1 /of i the special fox tagsir.jvH ,,;fi. prohibit taking of fOx .<.uioie 'obiioH ,inl.eoit
the tournament 'with a' 1)Don) aIC: :Ja-1o'; "5 Moore. if,'Once' written permission is received J.'.''-'If tnerproposal' is approved by thecommission Written commentsi'pefiardktgH tb .,..!to" .
temperature he thought was causedby 9JPrcy) R.ld Jax 165 trappers would be required to possess the fox population wouldbe proposal can be addressed! to KertnetrGilfeland 'A. .4t
a virus but it turned out he has the 10)MorrU) William Stark 166 2-Man Scatch... /special permits from the Commis monitored to determine the effectof General Counsel, Game ..I.
measles as welt!I as infected tonsils.It lljJahnBrlika) Jan. 167 Harold Bishop of 'Starke and sion. the limited. season on the popula Arid Fresh Water Fish Commission .'.

was a five-way battle going into Charles Raulerson of Jacksonvillewon -' Only five tags would be issured per tion. 620 South Meridian St., Tallahassee'
the final nine but the other slipped Third the 2-Man Scatch play at 64. > 2,500 acres all of which must be contiguous All permits issured by the commission FI.. 32301. / ,?,*' :.
back. Horton won by keeping his Flight(net scores) : ". Richard Gaines of Starke and ) and one per each 500 acres would rrrtuire. that. 'hunters. pro- 'S jJ
game steady and making fewer tMock) Murray Jax 131 Raulerson were a stroke back at m;.' M. ".* T.\i; vV
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The Florida black beat will once again be receiving special attention this i, t ,,\ '
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The captured bears will have radio transmitting collars attached around f' '
their necks in an effort to leasn more about the bears habitat needs, range ; .." .,
and seasonal movement. .... ,
This Is a continuation of a project started last spring. and will continue for ,, t., 'v... .... <.SOmeFortunese )' f
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Currently; biologist have two bears equipped with the radio transmitting ""1 : + ;
collars wich can be monitored from as far as five miles away. 1f
"So far we have found that bears tend to be less active in the winter than ;

other times of the year," says Dave Maehr, wildlife research biologist. \ r
''"Also the bears we are monitoring have a range of 50 to 75 square miles .. Waitings
.and stay in heavily forested areas," he said.'t; \ '> Worth .
Black bears are found in 43 of the state's 67 counties however Baker and .
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At District MeetMaria i 1 aau Coach George Loper expects records Thunderstorms are predicted! to move One of the eight high jumper s m the
t to fall at the 17th Annual Bradford invitational in Saturday hopefully after the meet. state to clear seven foot will be at than

Thomas and Kim Track meet, set this Friday Field events will start at 2:30 p.m., meet Steve Harris Ironi OcaJa
Sapp made in Starke. then at 3 the Vanguard should be
It to the finals of the : running and hurdle trials .mending the
ment, but fell to district district tourna "Weather has always been the big; will begin Finals should get underway meet. He has cleared seven this year,
Monica Kelly\ and champs gest problem with thi.)neet,'.' says, around 5-5:30.: Schools scheduled to attend the
Keystone in the finals Kerry Cooper of Loper, who started'the traditional! According: 'to performances runners meet are BHS, Santa !>, Lee,
Wednesday. meet in1965. from the Eastslde( Interlachen
VLast ; 17 schools that are to attend Live Oak,
year rain shorteihe meet and some 18 Invitational records Hamilton, St. Augustine Jefferson
Thomas and Sapp beat Linda Hart the year before.was'completely rained stand to fall, notes Loper.. doper says County, Keystone Heights, St. Johns!
and Pam Mathia of Chiefland In the out. ,,' that four records could fall in the!girls Country Day School, Ocala Forest,
quarterfinals <4-6,7-6 (5-3). Then in Loper says that the meet will'con events and 14 In'the boys faces. Lake Weir, Middleburg Ocala
the semi-finals beat Sally Grey and 'r a light shower One feature of the,Bradford Invitational Vanguard, and Bishop Kenny.
Cindy<< Godwin from P.K. Yonge 5-7, LL; willorStopuiff lighting orare Is that each school is allowed Loper predicts that Forest and San-
-4,64.Thomas. thunderstorms only one entry per event. Loper says, ta Fe will be the stronger learns in the
and Maria lost in the final weather forecast from WPXEnRadio ,that this wipes away the depth problem boys races strong and) Jefferson
round 6-4, ft-2 to the Keystone pair In Starke says there it will be partly that faces some of the smaller I should make showing in the
enabling the Indian Netters to take Cloudy Friday With 1nt'I'PA."q rlonrlx schools. I girls events
the team championships In the girls
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and Keystone boys divisions.will now play in the state I : .. 1

match., Monday at the University of
Florida Tennis courts. tn.rry ; "
Thomas also made it to the semi -
finals singles play. Thomas beat Nina
Suntharan from Oak Hall then lost to Styles by G '
Tina Cersani of P.K. Yonge ft-4,7-3 In ondolyn1
the semi-final round. '
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Lex Sanders beat Jim Waters from A+ ah itu 1 '+ao'Q k "A Family ; .
Lake Butler to qualify then lost to Hair
Phillip Butler from Oak Hall 6-2,6-2 in Complete Mature

the fist round. .,;; with Individual Attention drivers save

...l ,< ,. J' ;/'IJq: PERMS. Precision Hair Cuts OPEN more With
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Jimmy Wilson qualified then lost to P .,II-' *'>- /'Ilr.' ;. .'
Cliff Woodard from Oak Hall In the f Coloring. Set &.Style Call for Appointment The Hartford.
quater finals.Legal. !Melanie Wood Serves in Keystone !Match .
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TO REGISTER ,GILBERT S. BROWN COURT FOR RED.Publication and Glenn Ofa t let t m
FICTITIOUS. NAME Clerk of the BRADFORD COUNTY, of this Joey Dampier slur lgnlty Edwards Road
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BUILDER, Intends to 4962809. March Bradford A.D.. County 1984, In I!m\t DAVID H. BflOWN-PMtor I; tcl in protect your world.GOLD .
4/09 4/12 !
register said fictitious An ORDINANCE amending administration of 2tchg Florida. PIIOfE-732.3590- '"
name under the the Comprehensiveland the estate of EVA M: ':
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aforesaid statute, Use Plan Element CLARK, deceased File '
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Dated this ,9th day of and Map by Bradford -
April ....D., 1984. In County Florida In accer KISTOUR
Bradford County dance with. the+ 'local "
4/124tpd5/03 Government Comprehensive ,
Planning Act WEEKLY SPECIALS!
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BRADFORD COUNTY and other Interested ":1\\.; ,
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NO.CIVIL 84-193 CA ore hereby and herewith In :Our New Lawn and, Garden Center, "

given notice. In accordance ...,v :!' .,
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GLORIA BROWN, Wife Statutes that' the Boardof ::
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and County Commit' GARDEN GOLD ORTHO ..

MANCY BROWN?Jr., slon.rsv of Bradford .
Husband County Florida 'have .The'aII'puA' ose Plant Food e' .' Controls many insects

NOTICEOF County designated Zoning the and Bradford Planning Ru for Lawns and'Gardens! rr ssl and diseases on tomatoes, \.
ACTION Board to conduct a (Jt ; melons and other vegetables'i,
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public hearing at. a, !j'
TOr MANLY BROWN regular meeting held at D ,SALE. PRICES THIS. WEEK Safe on"'tomatoes'up to 7.' (!
Jr., Residence, Unknown. 7:00: P.M. In the Council .' days before harvest '
YOU "'RE'; NOTIFIED Room of Stark. City Hall D 9 5.1x15<'OI' $449.. Refillable
that an action for Slarke, Florida, on Tuesday ; ;I. squeeze duster
DISSOLUTION OF MAR April 24 1984. and 's-lalo3s9. '. : I
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and you are required to' to .the Board of County 8-8.8 i i$359* SALE PRICE ,$448 : 'w
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17. ,1984, and file the Storke, Florida, at 10-00 so : .
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this either before relating:, : Comet :
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petition. "land currently zoned OR v;: I So; '
WITNESS my hand and and designated' by the y,1
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April.! 3. 1984., rezoned to CO,, and'dsslgt'oted..Gomm.rcialr 4 : fl:
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straight district wins after taking a is the first game this season that I

squeaker with Keystona.Tuesday Bradford has fell that far behind during ,' f tuy I + M ,
night the first of the game, then came 4
: Clay High Is the only district team back to win. "' 1
: I left on the Bradford schedule That Both teams were scoreless in the second that '
, game will be played Friday Green inning, then in the third BHS pr 1 tl
: I Cove at 4 p.m.. scored three runs to tie the game up v'r :dkt'i t .
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If BUS beats Clay, it would tie the at 44. In the bottom of the third inningKH
!! I Blue Devils with Keystone for second scored: a run to regain the lead 54.
I place in the district ,at 7-3 each. If After scoreless fourth and fifth innIngs
I Clay wins the game, It would BHS scored one run In the sixth
, I guarantee a second place seeding in and one In the seventh while holdingthe :.'.
the district tournament.With Indians scoreless to edge "rrr ,
BHS being in first place in Keystone 7-9. s : t
district play, it automatically gives Richie Fender was the winning pitcher .
I I them a first round bye in the tourna for BHS with four strike outs :
ment. one walk and eight hits. Bradford also
i Bradford baseball coach Mike had eight hits during the game.
Hartley explained that Clay would Leading BUS hitters were Robert
probably get the second seed even if Carver 2-for-4 Doug Sammons \, t
its and Keystone records were the 2-for-3, and Jason Bennett 2for4. 1' ,
same due to points scored. The Tornadoes totally dominatedthe : !\.:
The Tornadoes also marked up Lake Butler game, taking a 6-1 :; .,
another district win during the week lead by the end of the third inning. ":.., ,, ...' .if .. ":;<.II( ,,'t,, ', .,' ''1\1
with a 12-1 win over Union. High last Bradford added another four runs .,.. ',", ',"" ,f :,"\"" '"J '',' ''', i'i' 1'\\ '
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Friday.Bradford. in the fifth and two in the sixth to end ,,'f"r "'I', ." .. \ ,,; ."' '""i'l'! 'Apr:
now sits .with an the game In the top of the seventh inn gro, : .' x < iv/iN "I!'. '*,
unblimished 9-0 district record. <.f "J, &Q/ !: {
Overall the Tornadoes went over the ing.Gerald Brown 'was the winning pitcher ij!. > ." '' MJ w"
mark for the first time of the (r *
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season with a 9-8 record. BHS has won record 23.Jimmy And; They're Off.... | '," .:;: ,' L : ,' '/1. .
five straight games and six of the last Shoening was the leading I l0 registered runners take .
off during the first annual Strawberry Stroll ,, raee that went around and through the east side o' Starke. /
seven. hitter with 2-oM,; including a home last Saturday under '' '
sunny skies. f1: the,, ,
The Stroll Is Intended added to .
Strawberry to bean feature every year \>.
"The Keystone game\was the first run and double Other leading hitters .n Frank Reynolds of Jacksonville. the overall winner of the -mile'Bradford ,
County Fair. It "f alto J' ., '';I .,Nral, i-" : game that we consistently played were John David Francis 4-for-4 and '. ,' ,," ,,,,.
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good," says Hartley "We made some Tony Dlggs 3forJ.Friday ." / ," .. .,i'" J ......'
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win.but stayed" in the game to pull out a at Clay home then to Tuesday finish regular play season Mlddleburg play"I"j Over 100 in First. Annual Strawberry Stroll .

I Bradford fell .behind Keystone 4-1 i *' 4'5\ ; < rJ,7'H j ;: i'Oarlene .. :
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/:I;' :;I. .;., .,: 'i' ;' r ,::;. Strawberry Stroll five-mile run under 1 < Helen Maxwell .and.Majorie Thomr! -
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', : .. beautiful skies, last in '
:'" '/ ''', Saturday ., : IJCIndy) Kline, 2)Paula) Park.i-. son. .
:ft Starke' : .) Candy Hauzorl.. Fun Runners finished In the,,follow Starke Recreation .DepsrtnieiAt '-
I I Dr Frank 'Reynolds, of Jacksonville l ing order Mike McElroy Clyde :Cheryl Godwin. 'said that ,the '

was the''overali winner' of the :3'1' lT) .rry Jordan, 2)Donna) Pond, DeSue, Eric Redmond, Steve Strawberry Strollers were.impressed, ," '
I, 'race; finishing the distance In 26:19.4: 'l!A McElroy, Kim.:Fillyaw, Joann Low. with the community involvement, in- ,
i iI { r minutes.' First place female finisher 1( .0-44 year oldsr 1)Jan) .y Gunning, ing, Brittany Bula, Danielle Haltam, eluding individuals helping( 'aUthe '
iI I was 'Cindy. Ma liana of Gainesvillewith 2 JMarlyc' ohm, 3)Sue) Kelly Paul Smith Kevin Green. Keith Santana 'race, and donations; from 'local \.
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Bradford High boys track team won 880 run: 3)Honk) .r.oo 2:26: 4)Thomai) 1
a tri-meet with Keystone and 2:31. ,v *,. t .\
Hawthorne .last Thursday i in, a rushed Mil. ralay: IBHS) -Sand.rs. Bellamy u
make-up meet in Keystone. RuUH. Jennant. 4:01. ., ns ,. ..
The girls team came in second with 220 yard dash: 1)E.) Lone 23.56. 36 points behind Keystone with 84. Two mil* run I 2)Wrlght) 11:27,' ,. [o | : '
The boys team won the meet with 80 5)Hank) .rton 12:25; .-
points followed by Keystone with 61 Mil. relay' ; I)IBH; $. Sand.r Bellamy I .1 Decorative Wooden ,
and,Hawthorne with 57. I i'' ,,,,r Ru..ell), a"e, 3:46.'I' .'" .t.tj'f",""i ':i.'I :
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BUS Boys Results Dlicut 2Mann) 65'.' i; .."' '
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Shot put:. 2)HilI) 39'B 4)Stoke 39'2.' 110 yard l law hurdle: 3)O) .nmark 21.33.. ;\ ? f''i' / : Baskets ,
Porllment 3X1.: "" i 100 yard dash: ?)))Barbs 12.70. 3)Gr..n') f laR'6 /
1 High lump: 2)Bellamy) S'8. Jackson 5'2.Long 13.36. ; For Centerpieces "
I lump 2)Lone 191. 3)Ruwell) 18'9, Mil. run: lKlmotl) 6:19t: 2)Fu) .t.ll 6:21, ?' \04V s '(j>' i1'? '
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Diicut;2)Stoke) J23'1, .)'arUm.nt 93'5.. 440 yard darts 2)Barb) 7476. i $:. ; y Y >, s ,:
120 high hurdl.s .3)HIII) 16.90.: 880 run: lKlmwl) 2:49.: Frank Reynolds. v ti:: r ; "I'1 "2"/
'j '100 yard dash:' |)Lan, O.36"B., ) Lan. Mil. m.dly, relays 2)8H.Denmark) ,. Overall .%'. : ,
Jt.63. ,, .Barber, Fusi/!! Dewitt 5:0.09.;'; ,i ty <.> ,.Winner. \A tf.' :
Mil* run: 3)Tennon) 4:39.,4)Wrlgh;: ) 5:07. 220 yard dash: 3)Cren) 30:98. I \r i ,4.I".j' :',;
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440.. relay: I)BHS-Hill, Sandert; Bellamy, Two mils run: 1)Fuitell) 14:29, 2)Mann) This was the first run sponsored byl >\ ,. .' .., ''",. ,,
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.440 dash 'Mil.. relay i2)BHS- 'Mann Denmark ,,'.
yard : 4)8.) Lane 60.0. : ) was an added feature to Bradford ,r< ".
330 Int. Hurdle 4)H1II) 4S.79. Klmulls. 3:22. .. "
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Before the 5-mile race; a'one mile' *. :..[
I '(un run' took place. Winner of than, .;I I Easter
race was 11-year old Mike McElroy;,. I ,,
BHS Gii-ls SplitBradford With 'Keystone, of Starke with a time of 6:29.2 First snuggle.UP. ::1"" Party'Goods
'place girl finisher Was 12-year*, old ... : 11(
', Kim FUlyaw with a time of 6:47.4.: :' ,;} Easter Rabbits : girls Softball team split a' 'The f Lady'Tornadoes are now 7-i: hi' '' Three local runners finished in the' rf. : ,By ,H Jlmar .. ;;. .:

pair of games with Keystone Tuesday ;District 8, Class 2A play and are pret\,>i ,top r twenty Mark Glisson came in 9th ';. by Treasure. Master i'l. ;
night to balance their record.at 11-5 so ty well assured a top seeding In the, in 29:17.9, Larry Green" took 11th In '"II' Napkins "
far this season district tournament ;'?," "'\ 29249.: Bradford High trackster $050 ,ti:1:<\ V)
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Cutting Capers at the Fair..,. ,Above middle. Strawberry Queen Larl Ann Johns draws a prize-winnIng
at the Norton Communications booth where the lucky winner got a push.
From high atop the ferris wheel, **s eye view of the fairgrounds wasticket j telephone. Queen Lar\\ Ann'was kept busy trying to let to. one drawing
napped, looking down on the Sea Dragon. and,t a surprising) dry midway area after another Saturday night .

At left riders on the swinging! Sea Dragon get a thrill when the swinging boat Above right, the show ring was filled nearly to capacity Saturday'night while
seems as w might go past the point of no,eturn. One daring! character leaped the grand champion and reserve champion steers were sold at bid. That's Kim
.across the middle seat to get a hlghildr0rKellCh!; side. A little girl WaterrlfledWhitehead and her reserve champion steer In the ring above. Both the'wine :
The Sea Dragon was the "upper. .teens bracket. and steer .ales set money records for the number of animals In the shows.; .:'.
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"I thought,. seriously, it was one of the best fairs''we've The Rotary Club sold out.of its fried chicken dinners at ,
{ N r n had" says Starke businessman and county commissioner R:',Jral- Day

w '' w E.W.. Hodges of the 4-day avaganza. Nobody got hurt'on the midway. There were a couple of
The apprearance of the fairgrounds was better than in scares when people were shocked by the equipment settingthe

past, and the entrance wag cleaner, Hodges noted. in mud Wednesday night.
It was drier than most anyone expected. New ditching There were no major complaints. Fair Manager Mike '.
served to take off the 4-inch rain which fell'Tuesday and inCooney had to get the county to haul in two loads of sand to =-;

i to! opening.da Wednesday Pius' the undergroun .d ain. ,,, -J ,fill mud puddles and therE?,was a PrpJ>Jr.\: Mat! t t v f:
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closed about, << 930; p.m.: : with,jthe dampness causing pro ',.\ .: 'highly complimentary; way.CooneyUdolt tOt k overa, job"" '

blems with the equipment. .:, he knew next to nothing,about and'carried it;:off'alniost, :'"rft.::: ,.:.J
It was, unbelievably, dr y odthe, midway Thursday after. without a hitch. ,'

noon. Friday it was even. drier-, but the ground never. got Cooney said the midway people.Upited'Shows, Inc., '
dusty. cooperated with him very w ll. ;,

Ideal conditions, wouldn't you say? It brought smiles to .Taylor says plans are in the works to grade the midway

the faces of County Extension Agent Bobby Taylor and' area this yearhto slope so surface water'will, run orf'
ASCS Supervisor Warren CarVer, who had big hands in ''f faster right'direction'The new ditches have

planning the drainage program. Inmates from Lawtey Cordiverted water from the midway and fair building, and

sectional Institution were instrumental in cleaning and Taylor now wants to get the water'off the midway! even ..
painting the fairgrounds before the fair. faster; '

Paid attendance for the 4 days was 18,534. 5,589 tickets :, And Cooney just being initiated into the fair business, is '

\ were bought at the fair gates' Friday with children getting ', going to a seminar this weekend in Tampa to learn how to> "

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I .Community Colander :, -, II IIAnnual i, f, Miss America. visits Bradford- County-, FiJii I Ii


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Rosa Shaw... The Jacksonville Rose Society invites Square Dancing., each Thursday. 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Miss America Vanessa Williams, arrived -
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the public to tt.nd its 30th Annual Rose Show on Saturday; Lodge In Starke. cqrner of Call and Orange St. Caller I I. Jim Tuesday, APril 3, in Starke,
April 28th .(rdm 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday April 29 Duncan. Visitor welcome. Mainstream dancing.! after six months traveling to
from 12 noon} to 5 p.m. at the Jacksonville Garden Center, meet and greet autograph seekers at
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1005 Riverside Avenue. Judo Classes will be h.ld Monday and Thursday nights In the 34th Annual Bradford County
There) I I. admission. charge; r. Fair.'
the Keystone Heights High School cafeteria. Junior classes "
The Rose SlOw""lIfootur." \ .thousands of blooms from local p Sponsored by Lake Chevrolet, the
will be held from 6:30 p m. 7:30: p.m. and senior classes
rose gardens Jr Competition In both horticulture categories Chamber of., Commerce and Fair t
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from 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p m. Call 473-3964 for more Informa. .
as well,as.artistic. arrangements.: : tion.Aerobic. Association Misa Williams smiled
i :: t and signed autographs Tuesday afternoon
Trinity Bplscopwl J Church... Meetings held' 'each. week In the Classes are being offered Monday and t prior to the opening of the fair at
Porrlth House Include: Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; and on the Chevrolet dealership.She .
Boy Scour Trioop 109 each Tuesday at 7.p.m. *. '-:, Tuesday and Thursday at S:30 p.m. at the Keystone Heights said going to the White House
Cub Scout Pock 109 each Monday night at 6:30: p.m. !'s'' ,, Woman Club. Coll 473.3784 for further' Information. I for dinner with the President was a
Brownie meet Monday at 3 p.m. high point in. the year's activities as
Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.m. ,* Aerobic Classes will be offered from 5.6 p.m. Mondays Miss. America far. She aba met
Boy'. Choristers,. meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m, Wednesday and Fridays beglnnlng'Jan. 16 through March 9. I Ginger Rogers and,other'celebiities:
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Classes are sponsored by the Bradford Hospital Center forHealth that evening. She said that was ;a
lesser......Ieo_.... The First Baptist Church of Lake Butler'will and fitness. Classes are free to comprehensive thrill because of her own aspirationsto
present two Easter Musical The first will be held on April 15 members and $2 per class or $40 for the eight week session become performer on Broadway.She .
Of 730; p."" at the church on SR-100 In Lake Butler; The s.. for everyone.. '..,Call 964-4210 to register won the talent competition of yyr
cond. will. be held. on April :flat' 7.30. p.m. at the church. ; I .' the Miss America pageant with her
Aerobic Classes are being offered In lake Butler on Mon J: singing. style.
Cancer Society Softball Go_... The Union Bounty American: day and Thursday afternoons at 4:30 p.m. In room 126 at I She said entering the pageant was
Cancer Society'will hold a benefit Softball tournament this' Union County High School.'Also In Slarke oh Tuesdays at 2 i for her a step toward the entertainment
Saturday at the'lake' Butler' Recreation Complex on SR.121 at p.m. at tl. Marks Episcopal Church. Call 964-5078 for infor I career by showcasing her.
11 a.ml Tickets!arc adults $1 and school kids 50 cent with motion It musical talents.
1 children belpw' Ictiool age jetting 'In fr...All players will' be She says she has traveled an
39-plu year of age and most will'. be In..costume.tester Keystone Nigh..,.;'.... Nigh,version of Homemaker; Club leverage of 2000mtlspermonth
.meets second Tuesday of each month' at, 7:30 p.m. at First since being crowned to do public ap-
Egg Hunt!.The ladle, Auxllllary el the Union County: Baptist Church In Keystone.. 3 pearances.Two chaperones rotate ona
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VFW post.1008 will host an easier;,egg hunt at the Post t
Ham on SR-2J1'Id Lak. Butler' Kids 10 end younger are In.' busy schedule. Big Moment.... '
vlted to come hunt the eggs, win the prizes and enjoy. the Keystone Height Bay Scout Troop 109 meet Keystone's, Her smile flashed naturally' for '
refreshment cwijSaturday, April 21 at 1 p.m. United Methodist' Church each Tuesday night. from 7:30.9 each of the cameramen catching her April Duffy, age eight, meets' Vanessa William, at the Bradford County Fain .
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will' sponsor' a fried thicken dinner on Monday April 19 from Tuesday In the scout hut. behind l the tennis,courts. on PrattStreet children and, adults comfortably, ,while signing She said her winning has motivaed'morel necessary, wevsr4oef, the ,,entrant
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the and added their looks.
Miss Williams said the Instant across! U.S.t' that felt omrortable-.w1th
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camping. t. ,celebrity status had, brought, many other ethnic groups had also become,
Y.s..r challenges and she really has to be more interested In competing such;(IS'. For Ift 20-yeav-old co&ego'student.
Aerobic CI.......* will be offered from 4.5 and 5-6 p.m. '
Wednesday ,and Friday ,beginning March 19 One of the finest progressive rack bands from England careful about what she says to media American.. Indian. : and lllspanics, MissWiiliamadisplaqedconsiderable':
Monday. their single :"Owner of A lonely Heart" having held the ( f and
Classed ere'sponsored by.the Bradford: persons, pois :comfortable presence of :
thorvgh Hospital' Center Maytil.for Heolth'ond fitness. Classes.are free to number one; ipal on the Billboard Chart for the weeks" Yes,"L, As the'first black' MissAmerica.., Asked'about 'instances 'where cOo:: personality without slgna,,that MM) Ins .". .
'member and$2 per class for the. public. Call. will perform J Sunday, April 32 at the Jacksonville Clvk'i"; Vanessa"' William tlali''' numerous testants the Miwr America pngwinf, tant ceIebI'lty: status had gcqe t* her' -
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Jege>l CMnlc.J: !'will. /,W offered by the Bradford Hu.pltal'1 Have en :imneuncemeitt.i Get J ft in;..'u. by Mondays .at S' 't Award Winners:l In :t he Rabbit 'Uivirioni"'a: t,",the, ', .. ... "."Fair::' 'r r ': .
Center for Health and fitness on Wednesday evening* front % :m- and we can put It in the Calender::local) events, churchaathermgs. wlrua ." ..
6:70to7:30p,,st.statingApriLtnpndendingMay2Feeis$8 rs9 tpeciql speaker or new group organizing will ., Because of an outbreak> of a Rabbits claimed nine blue)ribbwttL; '.\T.it. / JI ;. TedaYarkaf _
for Center Mtembartj ItO for non-mem.....* and includes a be Included on request.We must ask that you keep th.m'at ,common In chickens in the northeast. with the Best in Show award.going tcij) ,>. ,e'! robe,) ..
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I morning and fun and games in the attending I his special event; you
afternoon. Here's a schedule Of what should make time to join our Brad-
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OKAf..FIRST I ASK I HER OUT.. SUDDENLY SHE CAN CONTROL will happen:. ford County 4-H'ers in and their fun
5Hf EAGERLY ., 8:30-12( noon Demonstration Competition demonstration competition
ACCEPTS. WI! GO HERSELF ff0 LDNGLR/SUE CONF KIS UNFORTUNATELY/ IMAGINATION This Rally Day is open toaIl4H'ers
tJANC'NCATCII' A MOVIE.WE HER UNDYING LOVE Mt DEVOTION MS NO BASE IN REALITY ASwE and games. between,the
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TALIe. fM riV 800'5NE BEGS THAT \Wf /NOW IT. is interested in learn-
1:00: to 3:00: GamesSoftball( ages of 8-18 who
MARRY II'1I'1EDIATElY!FlEl1N PITY about 4-H. The schedule is
elM] Volleyball Sack Race One-Lee ing more
O FOR(TilE POOR> tilING I GRACIOUSLY/ Race). "Indoor games will be playedif as follows:
0fi' ACUfT. WE LIVE HAlpILV{VER AFrl bad weather persists. 8:30: A.M. -12 Noon: County Events
of how 4-H Competition Fashion Revue,, ,andSharetheFun. .,
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e by Carolyn Redding If you are Interested in joining 4-H, 12.00Noon: .1 P.M: Lunch'(Lunch
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O 4-H is planning a special 4-H event) 4-H is open to all without regard to 1.00: 3:00 PM.: Games (Softball
4 4 County Events and Rally Day will be race, color, sex or national origin. Volleyball, Sack Races One Leg'
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Agriculture Building In Starke (nextto I by('arolynltt'ddlnJol Come on out on April 28 and join the I
the fairgrounds This will be a County Events and 4-H Rally Day I fun. 4-II will be glad to have youl ,

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Extension Home to: brtADFOHD'/UNlON COUNTY AGENT Dtunn\ P.O.
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Economics and 4-H Vegetable Dishes and Salads ana section and for To "
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food Departments will conduct a, dairy Desserts. A special youth beverage category in the general section. The of ingredients submit and a recipe preparation with a list instructions EXTENSION: HOME ECONOMICS Drawer! Km Slarko FlwWu :J2091. I
recipe contest. This will consist section will be limited to young people winners in the general section win for
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of a general section for all age groups age 13 and under. The recipe must include compete in the state contest. ther Write .

ly and youth.a*Special beverage section for on- the man a ;real ingredients.dairy product. Participantsmay as one of awards.will be cash prizes In addition to other category servings.telephone in the number top your left name and corner,name address of each of, .. ,'... "d.,. "" .. ..", .... .... .,.. ., ."" . ,.

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Slater has Grand Champion at Steer Show; ::11


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i,4' ,: Union PFA'er David Slater won the WHY Wail: lUl- "

t' 1984 Bradford-Union Steer Show with k '
+I.. his Angus-Limousine cross steer 'r ?
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.. weighing 1.256 pounds. :
It is the first year Slater termed a _.
"real 1 good student" by .union FFA
Advisor Jimmy Brown, has entered a
!!II steer in the show.

The champion steer brought $4 a ,
\1 t pound from Publbc Supermarkets, :
'I'? represented at Saturday night's show : ,
.1 ,1 by Butch Barclay and Hugh Crosby
f. The UHS junior, Ifl,raised the steer i
at his home in ;
(1 I Worthington Springs on .
I '" t SR-18. The steer came from Jimmy r '4ps' rU ::,: '.
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' ::1 Slater also showed the Home Grown / 17rJ '91 \
+ grand champion.The J'
Union FFA'er had the grand H
I : champion in his first year of growing,
'. which is unusual. Slater is the son of d
,",'7i I Wayne and Sheila Locke. '

Reserve champion was shown by ...05
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man's Produce. ,
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Top two. buyers were Alligator j y '
Creek Ranch and Publix, Fred Read The Bible Regularly. '\ \
1',1 Mueller of Alligator Creek bought 11 It's A Message You Can't Ignore.llicljyiiH.'n'sN.iikinjIlllhkCni'iiliii d
steers and Publix five.Acrosstheboard ( im HISu! <....\\.ntuNY.NYPINn\ < .'

; add-ons> totaled 45 f
I $341 per animal for a total of$10,571. .

Individual add-ons totaled 8022. :.I,.
';. Total money in the sale,with add-i>IUI, S. : 4 .\
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was 93314. Average ring sale price e4
:. ; ; was $2.10 per pound, or $2,378 per. 'fr S '
steer. With all add-ons the price was 555 S' !
SNAPPER SENSATIONAL
pushed to $2,65 per pound. ,

d; Average.per steer with all add-ons
is 3010. Champion Steer..
I steer are shown with ||ug|| Crosby of pubx|( Supermarkets -
It is the biggest sale ever for the i
:' number of steers, 31 weighing 35,154 Union FFA'er David Slater pnd his grand champion the buyer\ PRINGSAVINGd

f, pounds and averaging 1,033 pounds,
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according to Ray Norman, a : t
Scc.-Treas. .of the B-U Cattleman's 'S
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,. .Association. FREE GRASS CATCHER KIT WORTH 150

il. Resale price on choice steers was NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS TILL MAY*
68.25 cents per pound. Resale on the rn
good grade was 66.5 cents Save now when you purchase any SNAF'PER May'84,Everything about this offer hl s you '
per pound.
single blade rear engine riding mower at convenience In mind.This fear mountadgre
The resales were purchased by the regular retail price.You'll 'tree six catcher kit for example,alloWS to mow.
i, Bradford-Union Cattleman's Associa bushel grass cateher"klt.'AricTif'ycKi use our rar erareaVoiaraw without having to empty
tion.Other convenient credit plan,you won't have to And with a SNAPPER Hi-Vac rider you can
entries were: make a monthly'easily vacuum up leaves twigs and pine straw
James E. Williams, U-FFA, 1,145 i ,payment' till' So purchase any SNAPPER single blade.'
pound Angus-Chianina cross, $2.30 ap a r} rear engine rider today and gets free grass
catcher kit.Discover how easy It la
per pound, purchased by Winp-Dixie. to take advantage of our Sensa-
( Williams won the first place tional. Spring Savings by using our
showmanship award. s 'iY credit plan,
Bobby Adams, B-FFA, 1,111 pound Now that's
Angus-Charlaois, $2 per pound, purchased < i\1 v-- a, quite an offer.
by Alligator Creek Ranch.. b wMaNwuna
Shands Howard, U-FFA, 1,237 ..1.Ilf .
pound Limousine-Hereford, $1.91, Fuquo Induot"
purchased by Community State Bank. 1 1ar

,\ David Hamilton, B-FFA 1,091
pound Sim-Hereford,$2.05, purchased 5-
by Alligator Creek Ranch. oases k,
Debbie Parrish, B-4H 1,169 pound i, ,t 4 carcra.axrT 44' S
Limousine cross, $2.62, purchased by Retail Veka 1, '
Jerry Hamm Chevrolet of Jackson-
ville.

t Shantel Howard, U-4H,1,251pound
Angus-Limousine, $1.90, purchased
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r Angle SchlossaJC: B-4H..1.05T;pound
.' Limousine. Cross, $1:84: purchased by S
", K Alligator Creek Ranch.- j "
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Loren Boone, B-FFA, 1,242 pound :;;:" -',

Limousine, $1.80 per pound, purchased Reserve Champion Steer...
by Alligator Creek Ranch.
Chuck Goodowns, B-FFA, 1,052 Kim Whitehead B-4H'er, Is shown with buyers Steve the Community 'State Bank Norman's Produce, and .'Finance charges accrue HURRY!or.aaaaossoors
pound, $1.80, purchased by Winn- Gay, left, and L.M. (Buddy) Norman. The buyers were Western Steer Steakhouse. from date of purchase
Dixie.

Shelly Raley, B-FFA, 1,120 pound National Bank.Prudence Connie Guynn, U-4H, l,05fr pound chased by Alligator Creek Ranch.
Limousine $1.70,0 purchased by Clyatt U-FFA, 1,048 Brangus cross, $2.02, purchased b Billy Heavener, B-FFA, 999 pound
Farmers &: Dealers Bank of Lake' pound Charlaois-Hereford $1,70, purchased Pritchett Trucking. .' *,. Sim-Hereford $2.50, purchased by STARKE MANNING .LAWN MOWER
Butler. by Publix. Alligator Creek Ranch. :
POWER EQUIPMENT SALES & SERVICE
Enoch Starling, B-4H, 1,164 pound v Bradford FFA Chapter 999 poun&-
Limousine-Ilereford, $1.70, purchased Allen Parrish, U-FFA, 1,130 pound Limousine-Hereford, $2.25, purchased John Whitehead U-FFA, Impound 322 S. Walnut Hwy 100
by Publix Supermarkets.Terry Limousine-Hereford, $1.65, purchased Publix $ Starke ."
by Supermarkets. ; CharJaois- mousine, $2.30. ;\: Keystone Heights
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Farmer's Dealers .
by & Bank of
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Whitehead, B-4H, 1,266pound U-4H
Nanette Stalnaker. 1.14CT purchased by Alligator. Creek Ranch.
Lake Butler
Angus-Limousine, $1.70 purchased o
Rants.Aaron pound Angus', $1.70 purchased by-; .t'. '
by Alligator Creek .. .
Richard Crosby, B-FFA, 1,198 Alligator Creel; Ranch J:
Mathews B-FFA, 1,169 pound Hereford-Cross, $2, purchased b Dean Ward U-FFA 897 pound
pound Limousine, $1.65, purchased by by Publix Supermarkets. 'f' Angus-Hereford, $2.70, purchased by
Florida National Bank. Phillip Pritchett, U-FFA, 1,028, Chris Gordon, U-FFA, 1,082pound Community State Bank... Western :
Robert Boone, B-FFA,1,300 pound Angus Cross, $2.35, purchased by Limousine-Hereford, 1.95, puchasedby Steer Steakhouse and Norman's Pro The :
Limousine, $1.59, purchased by Brad- Howard & Riherd Construction. of Lake Butler Apparel." duce. ,
ford County Telegraph and Union Lake Butler. ). '
County Times. Jason Polk, B-FFA, 1,334 pound, Lisa Waters, U-FFA, 1,188 pound Meat Store ,
Randy Alvarez, B-FFA,1,057pound Limousine Cross, $1.60, purchased by John Watterson} B-FFA, Angus-Chianina, $2.50, purchased.by
Brangus, $1.45, purchased by Florida Alligator Creek Ranch. pound Angus-Hereford $2.90, 1,04i Alligator Creek Ranch '
: 105 Edwards Road

News Briefs OPEN 8:30-7:; Mon>; Sal<;: ,

.. Food Stamp'WelcomedStarka 964-8 290 '.
JTPA taking addition,this office Is t
BARC Drawing For more information concerning JIii" tial,applications for the Summer I'' .1' ,. ) ,
At Fair A Success the .reunion contact Bryce Wilde, classroom training 4 Youth Program (Ages 14-21). .' .

R.R. 7, box 62, Muskogee Okla.., applications '" ,
Bradford Association for Retarded 74401. Or contact Walter Purvis. 1365 The JTPA Office Room'203 In thi If you are interested, you may cons Come In;;and register.for ;. ,," WJl.;; I'<" :'10'
Citizens held a drawing at the Brad Revere St., Aurora, Colo., 80011. Union County Courthouse is still tak>\; tact this office at: 496-2414 for further ,I

ford County.Fair, Saturday, April 7. Phone: 1-303-343-9752.: Ing applications for Classroom Training -? Information 5 p.mBOBBY'S ,. !Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. FREE, Hindquarter of Beef i I
and On-the-Job Training ri.to
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Cooley of Kingsley Lake' .Choice '
winner -- Yield 2 .v 1. :
was of the $100 worth of .. rrl '.. *;or
1 groceries prize (from Winn Dixie);i' W ; Drawing,.to be heldTuesaay ;
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May 1,1984 ;
? Dr. Grey F won 25 gal.of gasoline ; : .;
t : (from Torode Oil Co.); Bill Reed an USDA CHOICE
HIDAWAY "
I UJDA CHOICE BEEF ''
employee of Norman's Produce, won '
a case of motor oil (from Register Oil '
f : Co.); Gladys Rengering, .from WALDQ ,7: ,New York orI.I. Sirloin) ; 5 '
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I I' Sonny's Bar-B-Que won a ham (from y
t the Meat Store); Frank Marr of n t5 ";: Delmcnico TIp "$
L Keystone Heights won a macrame PfeSe ENTERfA1N '
y].> purse (front Ivis' Macrame Shop); ". "LIVE. COUNTRY. 1T. Steak'.1 9 i,
and Angela Davis of Starke I RoaStel .1.., ,
a studentat '" '. .
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i. Bradford Middle-School, won a in April -. 3 NightsA Week : /; :

*. Sunbonnet Girl.clock from Sunbonnet USDA Choice Beef .
.1 USDA Choice .
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Girls Crafts Wednesday Friday Saturday -.:>/ ? '

t: Thanks Is extended to the staff of : : oo ShoulderRoast ,Viirap
Sunshine Industries Board of Directors 'a 0.1..1.' :$' 7:_ .B coq. it ,

Group Home operators and e- WEDNESDAY 1 P'8'9" ; a
parents of the retarded and all other ..Ib. Fllets .
&*!!1 who donated their dollars and time. .d' .
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t ;; $1450.00 was raised to go toward matching LADIES' NIGHT (; Ra.Premium! Hamemade Fresh, :'
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"As people grow, their nutritional Limit fat.... Animal protein provides, all eight of i L; ,p'
needs change. A child has certain these amino acids. Plants protein +' ,I r
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nutritional needs that are different She also counciled, the seniors to may only have three or four at a
from those of an adult, and as adults limit the amount of fat in their diets. time.'' t
grow older those needs continue to One senior said she had not been She said that it was better to eat a
change," Bradford-Union Home aware of the detrimental affects of a combination of plant proteins to gain .
Economist Oiann Douglas told a lot of,fat In her diet when she was the necessary amino acids than to eat
group of senior citizens at a luncheonat younger, but since she has maturedshe the meat and gain the 'amino acids, ,
the First United Methodist Church has become: Increasingly aware plus a high level of cholesterol; She >:'.
in Starke recently. that a lot of' fat is not good for you. told them that rice and beans is a ,
I Douglas Is giving a series of ;Douglas ,also said,, that one thing good combination to gain the essen
seminars on nutrition for the senior that plays an important role In the Gal amino acids. ,
citizen. The seminars will be held on senior's diet, but that often surprise

Tuesday mornings at 10 a.m. at the people, is carbohydrate. Breakfast is important... ?/. Douglas to Give Seminars on Senior Citizen Nutri tion... ,

Bradford County Agricultural Centerat Increase .. She also told the seniors that It was rr,
the fairgrounds on 301-south in carbohydrates. Important to eat a good breakfast Bradford-Union Home Economist Diann Douglas ,United Methodist Church recently about Senior citizen
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Starke. Seminars will take place on ,"About 50 percent 'of your diet "Studies show that children perform'' I.. ,. poke to the senior citizens gathered at the Starke and their nutritional need

April 17, and 24, and. will continue on 'should consist of carbohydrates. This better in school after a good breakfast h. IW.... .....- _M. _,a",-. ..._ _J J1'
May 1, 8, and 15. surprises many !people since people and'adults nerform better In their"*")* -- < -----
Anyone interested in attending the often tell you powadays that you
seminars are welcome, whether should cut down your carbohydrateintake \. BiELLINGS TIRE INC.
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are senior citizen yourself, or simply ," she told'the seniors. ... Douglas Page6A. ; :, b"' ( ?:. ;i.' ,
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interested in learning more about the 'She said that the simple carbohydrates 'J., ,
subject. or the sugars, should be Now 3 Locations
Topics of the seminar include: cut down on, but the complex car-
The nutritional requirements of bohydrates like, grains and cereals, PROVIDENCE LAKE CITY LAKE BUTLER
the senior citizen are very Important in 'the senior Talent ContestSaturday SR238 1004 $. Marion 115 W. Main
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concerns about '"It is Important that you increase 7S2-Z1ZO -
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.Buying food and cooking small grains," she told them. ,Night p.m. STEEL BELTED RA'DIALSP1558DR13"
'She said that it'was also better to
Douglas told the seniors! last week leave' the' peel on. the fruit or Sign Up ',at {he Front ,Desk '

that "at every stage in the life cycle vegetable since this provides a good IN THE . ,. 31.68

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part of a person's diet. STARKE
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Senior nutritional problems..* Variety lathe word... : Club 25"SILVER LANES! P185/75R14.14 >, 38.77
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ling to Douglas: variety of foods, "Eat" something different U.S.: 301 North -'-964-8175 Starke P205/75R14 ', io.. '42.33.
.>. "Seniors often find themselvesat every day, she said. ,
mealtimes. The children One senior said that she had heardit P205/75R15 ." ,..1.43.69, ('
ive grown and moved away and was best not to eat so much red CREEK"Friday P215/75R15. '45.19
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just one or two people. said day, but now we'eat red meat"one day ;' : and Saturday P225/75FH5. .. .. .' . '47.67
and chicken fish the next f'
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cooking for several people at one Douglas said that the need for red FREE Mounting FREE Wheel ,WnitaiWiit .
time. This "empty nest syndrome' meat every day' is a fallacy. "Meat Now' FormingSTARKE AI Prtc. 'PIui
was familiar many of the seniors provides protein..Protein has 20 different .-. ,
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present <* amino acids in it.Eight of these '. on your vehicle Balancing No Charge Sale" Tax

"Some foods just don't taste right amino acids are essential to the diet. LANES: US: 301 N. 964-8175 : CLOSED Thursday Afternoon

when you fix just enough for one per. The other 12 are not.so essential. .. .
son," said one senior chef. .
2.)'"Another problem :common with

Many senior of citizens you are is probably a.limited on income.a fixed 'We ;want to be Your' Car Dealer,,:and we will do almost anything to LAKE CHEVYOLDSea

ment income or like pensions social of security some kind., retire-You your. business.. ,We are having an' "April l Extravaganza". And ,

probably limit your find budget yourselves and one way having people to! we; want to: sell 100 Cars ls .month. ,Check with Lake Chevy-Olds QUALITY

often do that is by cutting back on the, :and make how much business. .
us we Why Pay'
food budget," said Douglas. prove want; your USED CARS

She said that.when a senior citizen More .When You Don't Have To! l
lives alone and on a fixed income, it is ,. .
often easier for them to Just ,
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pie, no matter what their age,she told _. Automatic itao.. air, powt .,..,* Automatic,air,AM/TM radio' ,ChaaM from a. i
the seniors. Inp/brok,.Conqul.a, ko .- '
She gave them a few tips on the EL CAMINO .BLAZER "." C-10 CUSTOM : '4988 i
special nutritional requirements of S-10 PICKUP 4x4 DELUXE
senior citizens CONOUISTAlu.: .'and Hie while pr ltlM with,on*.around cutlomMpo C-10 FLEETSJDE, ':3371 A, .......'1foI1 bkxIi/Mlver. #3363 this.,*hat th, Silvtrado 83 Firebirds 82 Ford F-100

H you tarn....\.between" .(orOr pockogot ,part wheali I PICKUP .Im, air automatic. V-6. towSkip.* with air, automatic, Automatic, air AM/fM radio" *, S M chaom, '. Automatic. Power Mooringpowar I bakL
Special requirements... .truck then. ei.-'y.' .., IUD "tlm. Phrt, 011.the. olheFgoodlnl 047'rvUfacIory: oqulprnMtt pottage, doluno bumper*, .lilt pull wlpvf. ,rah., V-6, 110, from _.'.17,000.333211IIII. ..
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decreased amount of calories. As a '11,388 X $14: 388w ,*7288 '''10,988 10,688 !,
older, their metabolism ; d 81 Monte Carlo
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need to take in as many calories," Automatic, ltll..wl-" *, real. beaulyjM393AV ,,;/n.'pirmu''''
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ficult, since a senior's need for 3O44'41 month IOOM at monutocjlureri *JlH'41 month loot a' '- 83 S-10 EXT Cab
nutrients has not decreased with the wall' ...... plus lew a lag i rMnufachiteVl ..10'', (Xlc' 84 Silverado Pickup .., :
low' mile bIN daanl
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,\.decreased need lot calories."you still moll..refundable/ Hcurllf depMtf raqulrod > I plw.tox" 4, log email ___r:: Automatic V-t. power (Oaring' Hit", auto.Waroo3OOOmllc :
It need vitamins;minerals and proteins, delivery CAMARO refundable KKurlty' dopoell ,equ'toda'a.II..y.' .' ; .,power brake*. i 7388
but don't need the calories, she
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told them. 83 C-20 Pickup
CHEVROLETS .
She said that on the average 1984 ,,S-10 PICKUP DREAM MACHINE .'84 CAMARO SPORT COUPE ,83 C-10: Automatic: air;lilt cants, Power windows.'
:,senior citizen should cut their calorie' .. Ilk.. ; ,;
calories :' *, All- power" air, auto, Illl, I tlong, whlbawl rIc.pow.r U.ing "
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.'intake. "Regular by about exercise 300 is another per veryimportant M26/H.3. ,-...,...crulw", ,plM' ..lot moral", ...1.891.. /. air,,tit-ton.*apd" a boury. v new.$9988,
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of a senior'citizen's', ; '. ; .8388
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-needs.: Any activity, like wafting tog eV *mall rofundabte wcurlly (, ,.._. wcivlly dopotl'! 82 Silverado Pickup I
':around the block is good" she said. I dapolll raqulrad of oallvaryRecency u ... _o.t.. ....... ,81. Honda, Accord Automatic.,_.Nh.dhNp" ,powar.brokn,air. i
? Since a senior needs fewer calories :- u.', 4-ipoad, air, ". .o,. k p.rdC.IR powar window ttaraa
and cutting down on the calories may ld7A '8388
the difficult increased ,activity will '
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'help burn off the excess. I 82 Lebaron Convertible

r ': -'. S.1 Automatic, air, powar top, power window' ".
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'I r,','; .': Traffic Violations: fluence' ,.''according. ,, to Sgt.': Wayne'.- burglary of Thoni's; on US-301'par l h.t6 a ar.' 30-Y if.\ / b ; homemadMrailerv M !J$4''"'' i *,:(trj! >e. b.amg' t 'vMafi" .rr.e' "t't ,d"' t",,,;' I" ',t ; :11'. ;?d

In Bradford County Wilkerson. Starke on or. about February'pMpvproximatelj !: ..}) Sexual B'i erg 'of Teen''!' .: Willie; BArlfcr* 69, lo t'Liw ey twere 'i For Trespassing'" "* ',
t 1: Bond for the charge was set at$300. 100 carton of cigar ttes. l southbound on US-301 south: 'of H ... ,
',' There were in six arrests for traffic Whitman was released after a surety were taken at that time. A 30-year-old man remains in Brad Lawtey. Barber slowed to make a John Edward Ramsey 31, of Brad'I
: ;' violations Bradford County during'tJ bond was posted. Bond for each charge was set at ford County Jail after he was arrestedby right turn into a private drive but had ford County was arrested April 3 and "
.\'< the past week according to local $500. Norman was released on his. own Starke police at the Bradford no brake or turn signal light on trailer charged with trespass after warning, .i" ,
' authorities. recognizance. '" County Fairgrounds for and Pavelka unable to avoid ,
sexual bat was according to Sgt'Wayne'Wilkerson tr..:.. Phillip Lewis Lee, 18, of Lawtey Henry Wayne Hart, 20, of Keystone tery, according to U. Lane Sibley. striking the left rear of the vehicle. Bond for the charge was set at$150. ,1 :'
David Jim Browning.18, of Starke was arrested April 10 and charged Heights was arrested in March for his James Patrick Dougherty is Barber was cited for expired .tag released after a surety
charged Ramsey was '*}
3, arrested April 8 and with no valid driver license, resisting .
was
charged with part in the burglary of Thoni's with obtaining sexual favors by and improper equipment. Pavelkawas bond was posted. '. td t,
: while arrest, fleeing to elude
ri intoxicated attempting
| ; driving according threatening a 16-year-old Lawtey girl. cited for failure to use due care. t
.'. to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.Browning's and possession of less than 20 grams
$0,000.
.Dougherty, who has a Clearwater address Damage to the Dodge was
i blood alcohol content as of marijuana, according to Trooper was arrested at 1:30 Damage to the Ford was$300 and$150 "',
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f .12 percentBond B. A. Williams. Hampton Arrest ,: :, damage to lawn which :
, ', IB at the fairgrounds. a riding mover
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for the charge was set at $500. Upon being booked into the Bradford For Retail Theft ", Bond for the charge' was set at came loose from the trailer.A He who. .listens. under. ,: ,,.
: Browning was released on his'. own County Jail Lee was also arrested $1,500. passenger in the Dodge truck was stands." '
: recognizance. by Deputy Eugene Lee on an James Tabor, 44, of Hampton was taken to Bradford Hospital by Rescue -African proverb ::
It outstanding warrant for no valid arrested April 7 and charged with 60 Paramedic Scott Taylor.
, Stacey Channings, 26, of Bradford driver license. shoplifting, according to Marshall' Both Drivers CitedIn ..
:; County was arrested April 6 and Total bond for the charges was set John Hodges, Jr. ;: April ,7 AccidentAn __4_ "" tJ
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k charged with driving while license at $418.50. Lee was released on his Tabor alledgedly removed Items III'" r: I : I
i t according to Trooper own recognizance. from Lotts Country Corner in Hamp accident on US-301 last Saturday'
, { suspended where both drivers were cited also What we at '; (,
' Bond for the charge was set at$200. Frank Jones,Jr. of Green Cove Spr ton.Bond for the charge was set at$200.: sent a passenger to the hospital.A ,
i Channing was released after a surety ings was arrested April 10 and charged Tabor was 'released on his, own" 1981 Dodge truck, driven by WesternSteer \
, bond was posted. with driving while license suspended recognizance Patricia Ann Pavelka 28, of Jacksonville y
according to Trooper W.M. and a 1978! Ford truck pulling a
Woodrow Monroe Ross, 63, of Put- Abrams. !
num County was arrested April and Bond for the charge was set at$200. Are Offering You!
" with Jones was released after a y Md\.
v charged driving under the influence surety Thursday :
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+S'5 and driving while license bond was posted. >, I1
I f revoked, according to Patrolman Rund4Jp ay T /
! t Dwight Groves. Second Man ArrestedIn April 19 This Week Only }r.
I. Bond for the charges was set at Thoni's 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
I $1,100. Ross was released after a surety BurglaryRicky 18
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April
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,I was posted. Carl Norman, 20, of Starke ".t- '1- .a.
was arrested April 11 for burglary- Adventist Thursday thru Wednesday
Day '
r,. i Robert Lee Whitman 37, of Bradford grand theft,according to Investigator BREAKFAST "
ii County was arrested April 2 and David Aderholt. SPECIAL
charged with driving under the in- Norman alledgedly took part in the Christian' Academy 6:00: a.m. to 10:30: a.m. I

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Certified Grocers at Parrish Food Parents Wekome Refreshments Served, .
Store... ,, 11:00a.m. to' 3:00'p.m. t
Mrs. Woods won a four day, three J:
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for her to eat breakfast."I knowI She.ended her talk by inviting the ') i ,
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necessary to limit breakfast to the the seminars, but would like some in- Juicy Tender ,J" 'Plus.

or traditional cereal. foods"As long like as bacon the meal 19 ford formation County to contact Extension her at the Office Brad- '': \ .: :I \ [}{ : Filet. Mignon r1ct; L' :t4"; i; : Sq 0t n

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Eight-year-old "
Lawtey 4-ITer Dale
"noarvls won the 9th annual pounds, $2, Alligator Creek : : ,;:
Ranch. Anita Black, B-4H, 239 pounds Andy Underhill 8FfA.jtt4 f
Bradford-Union at the Swine Show and Sale ti.. Jeff Carver, B-4H, 184 pounds, $1.75, Publix'Supermarkets pounds, $2 AUigator Creek Runefi, ,
weekend.Bradford County Fair last ,, $1.05 Alligator Creek Ranch. Kevin Johnson, U-FFA 187 pounds .. Melissa Reichert, B-4H, 194 pounds :;
The k B', David Bass, U-FFA, 200 pounds, $2.15, Howard Auto Parts. $2.05. Howard Auto Parts.
bought 250-pound Hampshire hog was $1.75, purchased by Bradford-Union Barry Carlton, B-FFA, 204 pounds Josh Crawford 8-4H, 199 pounds,
by farmers Dealers Bank of Vo-Tech staff. $1.75, Florida National Bank. $2.10, Alligator Creek Ranch.
Lake Butler for$I4.2S: pound.Dale is Penny Stalnaker, U-FFA, 21t Crlsti! Crosby U-4H, 219 pounds Clarence Pemlarvis, B-FFA 318 a
dada the'lOn of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pen- pounds, $2.25, purchased by Sheriff $2,20, purchased by Sheriff John pounds, $..90, Alligator Creek Ranch. ."G
Lawtey. The sale price was John Whitehead and Marvin Prit- Whitehead and Marvin Pritchett. Glenn Underhill B-4H, 197 pound/ 'j
I,06UO.: and with W26 ta add: ena,or A chett."Buck. Scott Douglas, B-411,184 pounds, $2 92.05 Bradford Printers ..: .,
$1488 frhe.1IO. : I nd Williams,B-FFA,186 pounds, Publix Supermarkets. Lisa Moody, B-4H, 204 pounds ?
reserve champion a 209-pound $1.80, Florida Pest Control. Adrian Williams, U-FFA, 210 $2.25, W.W. Woodchlpping. 'I. '
Spot owned by Bradford FFA a Andy Smith, B-4H, 209 pounds, pounds,$2,10,Sheriff John Whiteheadand Randy Underhill, &411 207 pounds 't j',
member. Frank Sheffield Jr., brought $;45, Alligator Creek Ranch. Marvin Pritchett. $2, Howard'and Riherd Construction';,: "- .,|
$3: M
per pound from Publix Super .IN 11 i, "
markets; Frank is the son of Mr. and ':: ';
Mrs. Frank Sheffield of Starke. -$' ..V ,.:{'
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ring. Add-ons boosted the sale total to '
*37 744.65. The average sale price,1addons '
with averaged |3.w per ) 1

red Mueller of Alligator : ;
Creek t
hogs.Ranch Publix of Starke bought led all eight buyers hogs.with 18 ,' LAND AUCTION _<: : 1"fBELMORE

Other entries were: : fL '
Jason Stalnakwv. U-4II, whose hog : : :; l'PLANTATION.
weighed 228 pounds;brought$2.35 per '
pound, purchased by Fred Mueller of ; ?! (
Alligator Creek Ranch. !' ': :
Will Andrews, U-FFA, 196 pound t
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chased hog brought by D.M.$2.80 Hale per Insurance.pound pure Beautiful l Property Convenient, to Jacksonville :,;..if( ,1I {

Chris Redding B-4H, 192 pounds
$2.20 purchased i by Community State L a SATURDAY APRIL'14th aHp30; a.m.
Bank of Starke. :, !
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Eric Redding, B-4H203 pounds, 625 ACRES offered' Parcels f. '
$1.80, purchased by Farm Credit Ser I ? ,;1
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Lee Parrish, U-FFA.I.I85 pounds, 1 ac, 21/2 ac, 5 ac, 10ac, 20ac ., '0 f,
$2.20, purchased by Alligator Creek ". ,
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Mike Bearden, U-FFA. 214 pounds : ,1: EXCELLENT'TERMS: : :':: ":'"" '

$1.80 purchased by Bradford County .'>' j
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Telegraph. 20% payment 14% interest

pounds Tommy, $2.05 Balkcom purchased, by B-4H.Alligator! 201 a e 15 yriamortization!| with 5 yrv balloon <:. "i I
Creek Ranch. Champion Hog.. ;
$1.70.Jamey Florida Carver National, B-4H Bank., 217'pounds' Dale Pendarvts, tawtey 4-H'er, and his grand champion pig after the hog :'rr Binder': Kristy Starling,B-FFA,105; pounds was purchased at bid by Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler. Mrs. ,.A .' "j"l I

$2.15, Alligator Creek Ranch. Jacqueline Cunningham represent the bank. ... .,

pounds Annette, $2.10 Balkcom Publix Supermarkets.Pam B-4H'r 215.. of Missy Elections!: Allen Lottie, B-FFA Lee Archer., 199 pounds, ............... It l N. t- i

Andrews IMH, 199 pounds, $2.30 Alligator Creek Ranch. -.r.rI .it
,$1.90, Alligator'Cireek; Ranch Union County Foundation, 228 I r f 4d9PpECISION' w I' ',
Lori Mosley, B-4H, 219 pounds, pounds $2.10, Publix Supermarkets
$1.80, Community State Bank.,; Bruce Howard, B-4H, 191 pounds r ,
Phillip Crawford B-4H. 210 pounds $1.80, Alligator Creek Ranch. I HAIRCUTS I .'
.$2 per pound, Public Supermarkets. Amy Dowling, B-FFA.203 pounds,
ffAans NOW $6Ti i .
Anthony Redding, B-4H, 194 $1.85, purchased by ,the. school! .ad?:, Reg. 12' i '
pounds. $1.75, Florida National Bank. ministrators of Bradford County [Womens Reg. '15 NOW '7i1 1 \ I
Lisa Mosley, B-4H, 222 pounds, $2, Amy Black, ,B-FFA, 214 pounds : ;' +q h' MM1 VM. II I
Community State Batik. $1.70, Union c C A ,
County Times. : r DESIGNER PERMS i SAINT ,
Bonnie Benson, B-4H, 197 pounds, Marcia Brown tir1 I
B-FFA,192 pounds,, I : !,. S I;
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$2, Bradford County Courthouse officials $1.75 Alligator Creep Ranch. |Mens Reg. '35 NOW *17"I "i
Tax Collector Esther Hall Andy Roach, B-4H, 199 1
pounds '
| :Women NOW 20 i
County Judge George Pierce Clerk $1.80 purchased by Norman Dowdy. Reg. 40 ,._
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Gib Brown Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Jim Godwin, U-Fi A, 231, pounds i
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and Property Appraiser Jimmy $1.80 The Office Shop. * "* '9c-.ylr
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Becky Sweat U-FFA, 201 pounds. $1.90, Publix Supermarkets.David .' WELCOMEBACK ::1
$2.75 Alligator Creek Ranch ill
Reichert B-FFA, 200 ,
Joey Williams, U-FFA, 226 pounds, pounds$2.05 Alligator Creek Ranch. 1 f VJ 1 ,. .w i .1
1.95. Howard Auto Parts,of Lake Priscilla Welch' B-FFA, 226 ALAN, ,, I .', se.) ";'
Butler. pounds $1.80, Columbia 'Livestock, * * '. .Nt''
Springhill 4-H Club .U'-4H, 193 Market. ; .. ,ALSO: .
pounds $2.20 per pound Publix DavfltO$ ( f.'Iu;: U m pounds, :, f, '. 1 l1EQUIPMENr.I&'ITRACTaRS ", : >; .
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Supermarkets jfu $l. ,, 4 'i.i \J .
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Belinda Mel/o. ."'B-F A",2'68' chettr.FJTi John Reichert, B-4H, 1 4IIa t." SOIL"p'' Q tby .p1 tj'IJ/ fjflM1iiJl 1 Wt.LcjfG.; !1/1..,It, .y.iHJ't'1''111, ;.., "If; /
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Paul Moody, 1 -4H. 213 pounds, Mark Hodges, B-FFA, 209 pounds, 1 "Win to $$5000.00 Cash" Drawing \
$2.15, W.W. WoodcWpping ,owned by $1.80, Alligator Creek Ranch. I up w
Wilbur Waters. Franklin Hart B-4H, 203 pounds, 1 : G Bring this ad to receive'5 'extra free tickets 'au
Leroy Grlffis B-FFA 189 pounds $3.25,purchased by A.E. McWilliams. .
$1.80, purchased by Union Supervisor Rhonda Sue 'Alvarez, B-4H..210, ;! COUPON-GOOD FOR I Ii j GQw for,.tree 'brochure ormore "' '''''/UCI-i'lbrtl': :

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Students should apply for college aid --"'"' l' Meat

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There are thousands of unused col- Student College Aid guarantees to : <=;
lege scholarships and loans for which furnish at least 5 sources or to refund : : 59
students can and do 'qualify: The payment along with those sources $ : $ t39iL
students' problem is to find those for discovered. The average number of 1.49, : 02. Pkg
which they qualify, sources the'stddents receive is 12,;
Student College Aid, a nationwide, valued at$12,000.The fee< for, this ser ,lb. '
computerized, scholarship locator vice is $45.00:
service,suggests if you earn less than .
SCA has2! more services:, ,
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wise whould not qualify for, bulletin
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub. EVERY PAY TIL: EVERYTHING IS GoNia'Highway ,EXfERIINCD) PAINTERt Neat work, Interior "
mattedo. th. Bradford, County 301.: 5 'mll.., N. of Starke. or exterior. Free .,tlmat... Statistic
Telegraph oHIce In vAltlng: and paid In 783.3101.3/$9 tfn Reotonable rotet with good A A W MOBILE HOME SALISi New and 11,000 Chimney Fire lost

advance unleti credit It already. THURS.-PRI.-SATi Pots pant;; dish... 'reference.. Call 9645177. I/OS tfn uted mobile hornet for tale, Walter Year. $9 million damage to flciwtlieaiJREALT .
ettabllthed with this of tic It. ttereo. furniture, lots of ", {lee. odds SEWING MACHINES REPAIRIDi All (Bud) Alvaret Invite you to come out 101I'I.0_,."Don't let 1h11 "*
THE TELEGRAPH STAFP CANNOT M and .nds.'Go our I6E 2 mild turn left rnaket cleaned oiled and odjutted.( ',and browse Highway' 17' South idppen to! iou.Ettlmatet
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN on 10th St. right on 12th Ave. See tlgh. $15. Work guaranteed. James Polatko, Ma. 325-9551 or 3284682. InStark. Call! M4-SZ7
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN. AD IS TAKEN OVER 964-4264. ttpd 4/12 / Strickland corner Morgan.. Rd. and ., call Roy Wellf; 964-9251.: 9/22 ,IAMtll'PM ,
TNI TELEPHONE FRI. ft SATs 221 South of .Hampton. Hwy*'14. Starke. tt/29 tfn REPO SPECIAL! 12x60,3 BR, I Ye BA. New' MbrHMy E.turdeyBlank.niJttlp

Clattiiled deadline It. TUESDAY, ..68.,..:aT. Look for tlgnt.,1tchg12 ROOFING WORK Experienced roof.r. range a refrlg. NO MONEY DOWN. p' PHONE 9647716rEawuiG.
NOON prior to Thursday-publication. DISHES AND GAMESt Air hockey table. .,. Free-ettlmatet. No lob too tmoll.) Coll lJS/mo. Call Linda 964-4414. Skyline- C 1m... Sw m
Minimum chare* It IS words for$2,75, children' clothe. 5-10 yr. old lott of. 782-3762:Letter Austine3/314tpd 4/13 Home Center, 2303 N. Temple Ave "LRr SOS N. tl,0mpte: l..I3
then 10. cents for each word thereafter. nice wom.n'* thoet J' Lot of ..nlc.wom. .CHAIN LINK FENCES (nttalled. free Itchg 4/13 .' 'Stark.' e. .JA.....,..
."'. dr....., tookt, knickknacks .,"mat... Handy-Man 'Fence Co. NEW 24x40 DOUBLEWIDEt 3 Btt, I BA. .. ,
,end lott ,of mltcellaneout. Owner Tommy Reddlth. 964.8559.0/29. ; Furnlthed. 12900. Delivered C tet-up ."' .rf.rmcrnc..lInd.rstal1dlng:
BUSINESS 2221 Ralford Rd., Starke, 9646971. fin Call Linda 964-4414. Skyline Home '
1 ttchg12 FLOORS SAGGINOf House Unlevel? Center, 2303 N, Temple Av. Itchg Fill Dirt And Stmtltlvtty
OPPORTUNITIES. FIVE FAMILY YARD SALE April 13 A 14. Need Foundation Repairs? We .can. 4/12 Haul d & Spread $1,000,000) VIew f< r} '$UJ.OOOS A trollymagnificent '

Friday; 8-4; 'Saturday. 8-12 Drops solve your problemt. Call for free WHY PAY RENT 1984 3BR 2 BA MH. R. onabl. Rots ( '. residence. 207* on ,Little
lamp., bedtpreadt, children', men' "...!mots. LaRue and Clark: Home like new Smalls transfer f..' ond *
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Lad I.. and women't clothet'and many Mar., Repalrt.! ((904)), 284-3160 Or 284-7089, assume payments of $197.76/moi Call Anytime
Apparel Ac.ce..orl.
.., Larg. Size Combination National- Itemt, 1302 Pratt St. Itchg 4/124 .: 3/29 4tpd 4/19 Mrj Morris 473-7993. "chgJ2 built. ,In "79. The' best 'of, everything.

brands: Jordache, Chic.lore.Lee. L.vl.) TOOLS HOUSEHOLD ITEMS lawn ,Iur- NEED SEWING DONE Reasonable rates, 1-435-1541 ,(f'orl' a'. best fishing lake. Only' once' In

Vonderbllt,' Ixod Gunne"Sox, Esprit nlture.-and many new Hem.Saturday; Call 964.4610.4/05 2tchg 4/12 FOR RENT Jay Dee & SonaGraham ,lifetime, : do. a prop.rty'so' excep*
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Bill Bleu, ; Grown FRIDAY THE ,13thi> Three family yard Call Jimmy; 964.8315.12 2tpd 4/19 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. it".
Healthtex, ,300 ,Organically'other! to' tale..Next" door to Do-Drop-In Bargain' BABYSITTINOi After .chool' and| Mobile hornet and spaces for rent. ..I'AIUlpUS J'/i AC TRlASURIt; SumptuoUs llvlngt! 1
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$24,900', Inventory airfare, training Haute. US' 301 South. lots 'of, weekend Pleute call StephanieRlgby '; "Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone .exciting,, lifestyle 3400 to. H. 2'/4 yrn.old. puwtan--' I

fixture*, grand opening etc. Mr. miscellaneous ttemi. Blket, dolls..: 964-4272. Itpd 4/12 68.2912..9/16 tin ,ding "den a kitchen Beautiful) stone ''fireplace.
Keenan dlthet, and cloth. Som. collectlblet. WILL WATCH CHILDREN IN MY HOMEf MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTt .One mile USED' $115,000;.unfurnlihed. $135,000 fv nl.hed. Mortgage -
((305)) 678-339. 4/J !
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964-4789. 4/12 4/19 Call 468.1313.10/07 tfn.
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like lobs In..Starke'. Hwy 16 W. Close to prlsonCall,
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CREDIT CAROl 964-4999 ,Meal. for 'leisure! 11"lng.47.000 w/mtg of 28888.
I No on. r.fused. Keyttone area. Phone collect468.13e1 468'1313.10/07 tfn. :
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/ HP OUTBOARD MOTOR. $225; Vlta/Mottereard. Call 1-619-569-0242 llpd ../12t STUDIO APARTMENT) Weekly I monthly ----r. *
Seort 9.9 hp outboard "motor, $350 We Alto Service Molt If THI IUt'HAS ALWAYS BUN A CHALLENGEs
for application. 24 hrs 3/293tpd 4/12 WOULD LIKE TO KEEP TODDLER IN MY rotet. Palms Apartmentt 2314 N. Temple '.
Evlnrude 25 hp outboard motor, $450. .FREE GERMAN SHEPHERD/MIXED PUP', HOMEf Hot lunch and lot of love pros -Ave. 7/28 tin Major Appliance lovely; roomy 3 'R,,2 BA brick on 1.7..Ac. at Country .
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All with tanks, Ken't !Bali! & Tackle: PYtFemale 4 mot. old. Very affectionate wlded. 762-3872. 4/12 NICE ROOM with private bath. 9646035. y. Club! p'ble fireplace. S85.000. I
Shop 964-4234 or 964.6691.,12 3tchg ; and playful. All shots and BOOKKEEPING 'CONSULTANT! Need 12/22 tinBRIGHT. North Central App., Inc. '. *

BOAT DRIVE-ON TRAILER Walk. wormed. Calf 964.6081.05. 2tpd 4/12 help'with your bookkeeping but don't SUNNY ROOM with bath. Op- Buy-Sell-Trade SUNSHINE RANCHi Mini-Estate,, Now{ own' a
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'through windshield.,Good for ikllng. STRAWBERRIES; U-Plck.: Wolnwrlghf, ''need a'full or part time employee? I ,potlte Starke Post Office. Ask for Mrt. 9644994Shop florldo hometlte thot't private'B 'un.palled. 5 Ac.

1500. Bet offer. "73' ':S1')f Itchg; 4/12 Farms, 2Vt mile. eattof'Starke. SR-16. can help .473-2950 ,or ,.9648588.12. .. Lyons Mu.t.see to. appreciate. Affor*i ',Handsomenearly/ new; brick,- ,Ig., rood,''"wkthop <.
964-5811, Itchg 4/12 :> ..r' < 'tfn" 5' ''dable rat... '.stocked! pond..On SR 1 18. Mlnwtet/ taGal .' III.T .,"

LAND FOR SALE 'F'r'L BABYSITTING IN MY HOMEi" Anytlm. ONE BEDROOM TRAILER Completely. .... .
WANTED ; rt 1 day or night, 964-84071 Reference. fvrnlthedelectric heat and air, total $E1'IT' It TO tOVB ITIr! Charming, nearly new'
I. Itchg 4/12' .electric near Graham. $55 per week & Compare!!! <"rlck3; *H. 3 BA home'on \,'V Ac, Near Country
TEN I AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove ," 'ijff":" BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening Phone 435-1371. Itchg 4/12 Special Insurance. for Club Greet fam. rm.. fireplace,tcrn'd porch;;1850 ,
Rd. $3,995.$100: down. $70 a month., AXLES YlRSSi two axles' and four tlrei.! .ei-vlce,, circular hand, carbide; chain. MOBILE'HOME-THREE BEDROOM, 2 BAt Mobile Home Parks heated I. % $69,000.;Attumi"'t.. opprox. $39,673. I
Ca11964.5606.9/1S Ifn' 'Highest' price ''paid. Green't' Welding.. mower blade 'hollow ground and Unfurnished CH/A. On Hwy. 16E. .All types 'of 'Jwme-| Mo. pay $....... Owner oHort) fin.1' alto. "
THREE'" 1 ACRI LOTS on !SR227BrookerRd. \ Shop:301 South Starke, FL. 964-5007, balanced. Leave'at Jackson Building $200/mo; $200/tec. dep. Call 264-4727.' for '
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$2,995. $300 down $55 a'month. AXLES ft:," Ei. For mobile hornet OllnV Supply 1ln Stark. Keystone Heights. or (Orange Pork).'4/05 tfn fiAT PERFECT
964.5606.9/15 tfn Mobil Ham. Sol... Call 964-56061 lake Butler. TFNchg '_ LIKE NEW 3 BR. 1 BA CB HOME with 2.6,, mobile homes. !home and 33 fine acret, Split roll fence, ,Landscaped
ONE ACRE LOTr- Facing For th Rd. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors.,window, acres On Grifflt loop. Starke. Cail' for Quote *' '.with'' ,,magnolia: ,*" aialeat, pines Sdagwoodt.
3000. $400 down; and $70 month* WANTED TO BUY Uted soft, drink bow. etc JACKSON BUILDING.: SUPPLY. $3oo-$ 2'/ma. 964.5<<5, Itchg 4/12< I New hem |8'_36' swimming pool I with
964-5606. 1/12 tfn '. and .candy/cracker; machine. Cqtt 964-6070. Order alto tokerf 1n Lake LOW RENT) 1 X 2 rooms, ''cooking, 'efficiency Olln's Mobile 'adjoining( Jacuul: and tpaelout, decking.

NEW DEVELOPMENT Appro//'/i <*:. 964-6305., ask for John or Sylvia: Butter', 496-3079;' and Keystone. Utilities; paid '''clean quiet Homo Sales i 'METICULOUS DESIGN A CONSTRUCTION Brand

'lott. Paved sfr..ts, central wa'.j$1 I' 'new VA. (PHA Conv.: T.rtf",3' BR, 2 BA
'dn. $75/mo. Owner lloortced.' FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS ONE AND 413.3454.3/19 tfn R&JPlumbing ti|44 West Cell St.r ,64.7J03 APTSt $160 and $200/mo. plus $75 sets 964.5606 $54,500. Excellent locale. '

IN LAWTEY; Near Stark., 5';,. ocr... & Electric Open, Tue..-FrL.9 til 9:30 dep. Light and hot water Included. No COUNTRY CLUB LIVING'AT ITS NIT: Pretty view
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Strawberry Ac Subdivision Asking RetldefltlalCommerclolSubscribe pen. 964.8071,1tpd
$19,000. Ellen. 19047369587. 39 All ,Apptt. Nat Always Neceet'ery ]: BR TRAILER S175/mo. First Ond last i facing 9th hole, Exquisitely ,furnished or unfurnlthed. -

20 ACRES OP LAND 40000. V block ., Work\tot Guaranteed'" U\ '-s.''' ,.., ... ) ""ft ,jIIf I6tttI.! V07.tf-, I"rent':: Call 964-7374...J"rrn or<<.964-4260,"''''''' '_ : VACUUM t tI -Exietetit' .For) the1 plant termsl enthusiast'A great ploe., your to own: hay greenhoute'A ployPLOCATIQN :
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35'' A RES OFP HWY 230i Inside city! THATS YOUR BUSINESS ". 9647625. Itpd 4/12 & USED will appeal to all of your lenses even your tense of
limiti. Goodfmber. $2.000/ocre.. Firm. 964-4897 .WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS 1 BR HOUSE Furnished. Clean. W/AC. NEW value -i, f, novo"". sells

' Write L. Herbert P.0.,80IC 899. Stone Alcoholics* Anonymeut9M4ISO '' .a Call 9647625. Itpd 4/1. 2 We Finance Our Own SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM B KITCHEN 10 great oc. 4

Mountain'. Go. 30083, 4/1211pd Alt9 .. 9M-S434 944-6894 2 IR MOBILE HOME on..Grlffl1 loop. In KIRBYS' w/home. Over 2.000 so,. .ft. Overslied .double
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/ SISTERSSOPHIESpiritual '(...'219 468-2374 after 6 pm.12 2tchg 4/19 garage ft workshop
V0915tpd517'MOTORCYCLES" MOBILE HOME 12x60, 2 BR. $175 plus EUREKAS -IDEAL CITY. LIVING ON A:QUItE mutt Mimosa 'i .
T! '. Palmist Reader Adviser $100 dep. No pett. 9648816. Itpd 4/12 HOOVERS ,Privet!tlr"ctl'Ick: ; /J with CH/A.! : .

Starke: ; ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTl' CH/A. ELECTROLUX NO CAR NEEOEOt :3 BR,'2 !lA. Lg. IR w/flreploce.
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.914-6305 : Slckn,.. Hwy 301 N between >97I HONDA Low 'mileage, excellent $18S/mo. 964-7295.. 4/12 4tchg 5/03 SEARS COUNTRY BOARD BATTEN Deck. Ben'Frankllnstove'CHAl "' 1

._ MlIIIII I1..RL"' Stark. and Lawtey condition. $500. 473.4157. ltchg,4/111: COMMERCIAL. : telling Ions'; Home I t Aei''SaS.SOO1.' -'
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.Lc. ,fencepott I In, ete/asEteege ;-.2 J, 00.A,: SMALL GtMt On 'I 'Ac. Completely

down lubmertlble w/termti'pump: ; 'law 'Thomas: riics t itECTRtC SERVICE POtES [ R.'JCClntracton'' AI'Young'S .<: renov..AHroct\ ; 8R41'BA'' 'frome. .8'x34' '.porch. .

1316-9 farmett. 2 BR ) 1 1Addition: !A Roofing Sln'Ctf1957AI Owner financed.CRYSTAL r
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BA horn. 120
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I' mile to town., ', Pen 964:4897: ee.rl ta on: 3 ttf, 1Cor.1ot.. Only $43.000.
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1332-1', ,BRm 11 BA "block' I' ;;3 Ml., S. of.Starke in 301' Wald-0 4 8-I187fbf Fr.. E.timan,, fSTATE ws.parot.'opgrtm.nt
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walk everywhere) Greenwaren'Bisque8 Pieces ..14' RAIFORO ROAD. ( mfortabl.. .'3 l&:

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decapd'xtra out buildings Apprbximaielrf'30044L'from' ; lak..,'a BRr t.H.Afd / Brkk1: ; \ r '" ,11 i :; ':"t.. ', ; ,der: l4: : .. a .. } ,
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County FOR RENT I REAL ESTATELOOKING FOR SALE ", FOR SALE !

I'' : ;,I I 'I, I IPU.PIES '" I .." .
1: FOR A Or .
SPEOAL
PIECE PRO.PERTVt
Ads. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES AKC Shetland Sh..pdog pups BOAT Extra clean 15 ft. 9 fiberglass
HI I don't have I'll
It. find Ju.t
FOR RENT Union County Time. ISO ask. :JANE S. USHER REALTOR.it- pie (Toy Collies) 12500. Phone cadillac fish and ski boat. Electric start
: 496-2344. ufn Johnson Seahorte. Tilt lifttrailer.
\ Main Street Lake Butler. Phone 3/32 35/hp
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED 496-7261 for Information TFN 4/1 496-2126! / or 496-2903." eve*.,- "Your COUNTY UNI USED FURNITURE 8 mile 2 .. of .kl'.. Ready to gotFirst
1nounay Reaftor. 1/ 14 tfn
THRU BEDROOM APARTMENT IN (LAKE < North of Rolford on 229 Royce Rd. turn 1000.00 take It all 1-chg 4/12
GOVERNMENT JOBS Thousand of PART-TIME SALES Are Interested BUTLER $123.00 month Security -.{ ... : ,t[ right. Phone 279-3908. pressers, chest MOBILE HOME I Klngtwood 12 x 60 2

vacancies must ... filled Immediately. getting' out el the heue yew 6 te 8 hour a deposit required. Phone 496-2179. YARD SALE : mirror, table,' vanity Cloth of all BDRM 1 bath window A/C. 4000.00
$17.434 to 50112. Call 71*.842-eOOO. week with Income potential el $100 or NEW BLOCK HOUSE FOR RENT On farm kind and shoe, all clothe and shoe 10 unfurnished 5000.00 furnished.Powell" .
near Providence Suitable for'couple.. cent. Saturday and Sunday 496-3377. 1-pd
Ext. 35525.2-pd 4/5-IJ tell kitchen .. Friday
mere per weekT We 4 Family Yard I. Children' cloth
SATELLITE ANTENNA dealership and Coll 305-672-4337. 1-pd 4,2 8:00 a.m. till 8:00 p.m. 1-pd 4/12. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Washer
textiles bras, ..
gadgett, cutlery sixes: 2458. and 10' Ladle cloth froit-free .
w available. No experience required. coakwere. Call 91S-247-4920 far Inter MOBILE HOME Partly furnished, 2 BDRM .111..11.16. Miscellaneous household $100, dryer $85 refrigerator
D.ol.r cott for complete unit at low at 2 BH. all electric. Shady lot., Phone $175. small refrigerator $85 like new
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I .1 J-chg 4/5-12 Items, high-choir playpln.,, Infant car frost-free $125.
Retail$ 3'5. CAII, DAY OR NIGHT 4962842. 1-chgSubscribe '" INSURANCEMAINES refrigeratornot
$599. WESCONSON CHEESI DISTRIBUTORS seat, moke-up. Sat. April 14, 8:00amhouse freezer$150, electric stove like
upright
303-57..88.3-pd NEEDED- Good polenlol for right .people behind Trlnty Baptist Church. $125. door side-by-slde' wwoterdltpenter
, GOVERNMENT .101$. $8,342- call Bomkamp ''"' new
George t', FRIDAYS Two families : dinette tabl. w/6
Today Rugs records, INSURANCE ACENCYl 160 S. $350
; call
I a $75.1771year.Ext.For R.7000 Information(Call refun- 1-608-739-4077 or write Bee- Ent.rprise Wit-. UNION COUNTY TIMES luggage dishes, stain boots, clothing Lake Avenue Lake Butler 4963978.Complet. chain excellent condition $175, double
805.687.6000 P.O. Box 535 Mutcoda.
Corner W. Main and S.W, 6th Ave. Insurance Service TFN. oven electric stove$175. 752-5259 after
dabla.) 4-pd 4/12-5/3 53573. I-cha 496-2261 : lake Butler. Itpd 4/12 ,,, 5:00: p.m. Providence. 1-pd
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l "I -DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK more Star re Ads. .. : .,I

It'' Package d.al; well drilled water t
I pumps, new Installation of septktank :
yiI\ *, drain fields and lift station HELP WANTED FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE CARS & TRUCKS CARS TRUCKS

I Mobil. home pales available. All work ....., '

if guaranteed call Tommy Dorman MANAGER-TRAINEEt Career position.Life FURNITURE Soon "Digital" washer. excellent THREE BEDROOM. IVs BATH HOME 1972 FORD FSOOi V-8. 4 *p., power steerIng 'SI CHEVYl Good running condition.' V-8.
2752151. UFN ./1J' Insurance debit. No experience condition, $235; electric stove, w/CHA. Fireplace and wooden deckin west coast mirrors, warning lights 359 3-tpeed. Must sell $2,000 and your
CUSTOM MADE Drapriet, Valance and necestary. Will train. Training salary $100; 4-dr. chest, $35; Apt. lie gal back $7600 down and assume 10V new rebuilt engine. May be teen at car or 2500. Call 964-8966. 1 tpd 4/12
J' Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for $115 to $300 per week licensed Insurance stove, $85; upright freezer $150; 'large mortgage. For more Information call Waldo City Compound. Sealed bids accepted 1977 CHEVETTEi $1400. Only 45,000
fREE tlmot... S and W Enterprises. agent may apply. Call chest freezer $150; Maytag washer, 964-4737 after 5:00 p.m. 3/01 tfn at Waldo City Hall through April miles Good condition. .964- 999. Itpd
NETTLES tCETSTKVTCE Tree removal and 13765811.12 2tpd 4/19 $125; Sear washer, $100; dryer $85, FORECLOSED HOMI-LAKE SANTA FEt.2 20. City retain the right to refuse any 4/12
r pruning. Also firewood oak and pin. I'VE LOST 41 IBS. IN JUST WEEKS Need twin bed $35; small refrlg., $85; like BR, 1 BA, 29500. Any reasonable offer and all bids 3/29 4tchg 4/19 1973 FORD COURIER Mechanically
w for sale. Call Thomat Nettlet 496-3823. 10 peopl.who would like to do the new 2-door refrlg., $125; frost-free will be considered. 964.5010.3/08 77 CHEVROLET '/Ua Two tone point perfect new paint new Interior
NEW CREDIT card I Nobody refused! same I can guarantee a 10 to 29 Ibt. a refrlg. $173; like new matching twin Hn A/C auto. trans.. PS. LWB. P8 .350 2 'camper top. AM/FM CB $1495. FIRM.
Also Visa/Mastercard. Call month weight lot*. 100K guaranteed.AM beds, $175; Sealy double bed.. tiled 3mo. REDUCED)IN SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. Brl. Good tire*. Call 533.2..,.. after 5.30: G'vlile 372.3801 after 630: p.m. Itpd
805-687-6000 Ext. C-1136. 4-chg natural product Call' 468-2908, 9 .., $100; sofa $75; glass dinette set, 1 BA. Den fireplace, stove, dryer, wet p.m.OS tfn 4/12
NOTICE Faron A. Duke* will no long.r A.M. to 9 P.M. Itpd 4/12' $200: queen bed. $65; ttereo. $50; bar total 1750 square' feet heated OOVT SURPLUS CARSt $300; Trucks,
be responsible, for any debts made by APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED For full time waterbed $250. 964-4284. Itpd 4/12 space. '$36,500. ,%4.7552, 3/22 4tpd $10011 I Now' available In 'your area
Dukes effective of March 28, employment. Experienced lawnmowerand Call (refundable) 9-569-0241 fordirectory
Dorl.n. 10 VOLUME BOOK OP LIFE $50 4-gal. 1t.7 ACRES WITH HOUSE Stark. Subscribe Today
In ((904))
4/5-26 chain taw repairman needed and to purchase.24 hr*. 3/293tpd
1984. 4-pd In white paint $5.50 gal.; dresses 22% 398-692). Call after 4:00p.m.3/29 4tpd BRADFORD COUNTY
knowledge preferred. Apply 4/12
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to 24%; mltc. 9645177. Itpd 4/12 -
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perton at Bryan' Ace Hardware H77 COACHMAN CADET TRAVEL BRICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 sq. ft. Low I97 CMC TRUCK ID No. TELEGRAPH

JUST LIKE Keystone Heighti, Palmetto ft TRAILERS 17Vt'; .sleeps; telf contain down payment. Owner' financed 10X TCS346Z501297. Bids will be accepted 964-6305
Int. 473>3454. 3/29 tfn
Nightingale. 4/12 tfn ed. Air awning like new. Bradford through Friday 1384. Call 964-7830.
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE S100/WK EXTRA Village Apt., Apt. 309. W. Washington 2 U, I tAt Kitchen I dinette, living 4/03 2tchg 4/12
? Call Allegro McRa., 9646929. St. $2fKIO. 964-4979. Itpd 4/12 room large workroom w/w carpet U7B CHEVROLET TRUCK ID No/
Tiara Exclusive, Early American gifts 500 CHICKEN BARNi Complete. On front I back porch nice tree. and CCL248A130446. Bid will be accepted
In glass. 405tchg 4/26 Boyle** Highway. Near Raiford. Call shrubs large parking area and tool sh- through Friday 4/13/84, Call 9647830.
ed. 22000. 621 W. Pratt St. Call for vii.I
NURSING HOME FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR 964-4474 or 964-5161 Itpd 4/12 4/03 2tchg 4/12 iTI I.ft
) Perton mutt be qualified by LOSE WEIGHT NOW Lose 10.29 excess appt. 9647382. Itpd 4/12 1976 NOVAS Fully dressed. Mag rims,
t I Iq education OP experience to meet Flo. pounds per month and feel better than BY OWNER-CASHi 3 BR, 1 BA. Fenced new tire, ($600 value). Stereo, lift kit, I
; I HRS Standards for Nursing Home Call Shara 782.3503. good location In town.,Call 964-8035 excellent condition. Must sell fast .
ever ((904) Itpd
Dietary Service* Supervisor. Send 4/12 ..-6 p.mt'' weekday. 4/12 2tpd 4/19 2000. Best offer Call 473-4157. Itchg .
I resume and salary requirements to CORNISH CHICKENSi "Fryert": KINGSLEY LAKE 2/3 BR. 2 BA W/W 4/12 .. '
ADMINISTRATOR WHISPERING PINES tender dellclout. Cheap. 9648613.young carpet |ICH/A Det. double garage, 197i CHEVY TRUCK Carpeted dretsed.
CARE CENTER P.O. Draw.r E, Stark., Itchg 4/12 large lot. Many extra By appoint' 350 "8. Header, chromed. $3,000. Excellent Ac 1.000 dn.
Fl 32091. 4/05 2tchg 4/12 HOME INTERIORS ft GIFTS SALES Sat., ment. 473-79"1.4105 3tpd 419JBR,2BAVAFHA condition. Call 4734157. Itchg -2'10 Ac 1.000 dn.

MANAGER Pep-O Food Store I I. now April 1... From 9:00: A.M. 6:00 P.M. 4/12 *5 Ae. $2.000 down.
taking applications Apply 620 S. 229 Brownlee Rd. look for the tlgn.Itpd ) '71 AMC HORNET STATION WAGON -5 A.Well I S.ptlc. $3.300.
I Walnut Street. 4/05 tfn 4/12 ; ConventloeelFinancing o-cyllnder good condition. $450. dn.STATELY
I FULL-TIME SECRETARY at First United ANTIQUE DINING TABLE w/5 chair L-ShapedlR/ORAree 964.6653.ltpd 4112 OlDER HOME.2
4 I Methodist Church.Mon.-FrI.. 8:30 a.m. One I* a Captain' chair. Mode 1920'.. Close te School.(54.500 1979 VW RABBIT Bronze, fully loaded. front porches. beautiful '
to 3 p.m. Salary approximately $9,000 $220. 964-6463. Itpd 4/12 "* CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION Good condition. Take over payment .hody' lot, fruit trees. 6
depending on experience. 9646864. FARMALL SUPER A TRACTOR w/dltk. 94-431, $259/7 mo*. $500 equity. Firm. Can pecan trees and .hop.
I 4/052tchg4/12 turnplow planter ft all the (weep*and All dosing CosH Paid ,be teen at Palms Apts., N. 301, $at. C 45000.
re! bedder $2200. 964-8503 or 9648767. Sun. 964."M8.4/12 Hn EXCEPTIONALLY NICE.28R.

FOR SALE Itchg 4/12 "i' MEN AND WOMEN 174 GMC,PICKUPt V-8;auto. New paint. 2 BA doublewide
D COLOR TVt $99 and up. Next to Starke I Run great. $ 400. 964-8503 'or mobile home on ).7' acre.
Truck Stop south of Stark. 964-8212. : 17 82 964-8767.; Itchg 4/12 Screened. enclosed porch.101t14' .
BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES 7823172.
O 11/24 henRASBITSI TRAIN NOW FOR
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shelters Was
GRAM PRIX SJi Good
Lawtey. 2/23 Hn 177 PONTIAC condition -
,TWO SINGLE HIDE-A-UEDS. excellent For pete or meat. Lawrence CIVIL'SERVICE. Loaded. 2000. Butch Faulkner 28000. NOW 26000.
Meng 6 mi. 301 Socth. 463-1915. tfn
Earn Money -I" Beoutifui.
condition. $60 ea.: stereo component MOBILE HOME SUPPUESi Window ftdcars EXAMSNo 496-3921 days; 964-6534 evenings AC-lawtey.

From Your Own set, record player 8-track, cassette, plumbing and elec. supplies; High School Necessary 1''2 DATSUN KING CABs 5p., AC; Imp. ,"pasture. F.nced. 3
records, $40. Microwave, S2SO or best also .furniture. BARGAIN CENTER" I Positions Start As High As AM/FM stereo fiberglass topper wells 8 2'culvert.' .. $1750Ac.

GARAGE OR YARD offer; air conditioner $150. 7823202. mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn :< S1Q-21 HOURSTOFFICE. 34.600 mile, excellent shape. Asking .
3/29 tfnBEAUTIFUL -10 ACRES.W.II 'Septic.
$6550. 964-6919 or 964-5952. 1972
CONN-CAPER ELECTRONIC
ORGAN:11instrumental .
SALE! NEW 12x20 WOODEN PORTABLE e e CLERICAL $1".OOOJ
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selections; 6 rhythm. e MECHANICS e INSPECTORS TRIUMPH T. Excellent shape, asking ?
Held BUILDING 3 H. windows, big election, 13 foot pedal selections KIE RISENT! JOe WHILE $3250. Brunswick Air Hockey Table,
Any Yard' Sale During door fluorescent lighting workbench Twin keyboard organ bench. Like newt j PRIPAKIHO. ,GOVERNMENT AT HOME BKAMS FOR excellent shape,, 11123.. 964-6919' '$r. ,i.-o". t ;; ;
APRIL $2.75 and can use up $1595. Will deliver 284-3007 or tnfr ;MyMovarifena 4"I2 M i. ,.,e.q i\tU'.i
you Call 964-6987 for appointment. 3/29 'M ffi -t .31E 1.54. JEwnte ,f ,.
to 50 WORDS to ,d..crthat/ 2840732. Green Cove $prln9'l..31294tchg TWO PARAKEETS Plus cog., $35. Call f 'V, tnaiuae Mone No.Tot 174 JEEP WAGONEEHi 4-WD; AT: : I ", _
4/19 964.1939.4/03 4/12 National PB; AC; AM/FM B Trk... CB. Rebuilt
valuable |lunk soon to- be "someone's SIDE BV SIDE FROST FREE 2tpd J/S \ Training transmission. Runs good. 533.2210.

treasure. REFRIGERATOR) Heavy Duty Service Inc. after 6 p.m.12 2tchg 4/19 Carpet by Fredricks]
dishwasher mare and colt. Call Subscribe 1& 1971 CHEVROLET 350 eng? good condition .

Call Today 964.4004.1/05 fin -i '* Bradford Telegraph.. ; 172 DATSUN CAR. good condlflon. In-Home Shopping.
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USED LAMPS ft PILLOWS) Bat Western : Inc. Turf
Starke <" $450; 14 FIBERGLASS BOAT ftTRAILER ( Carpet
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964-6305-Starke Motor Inn. 1290 N. Temple Ave. .
P.O.Draw.rA 18 hp Evlnrude motor $450. vinyl, Parguet)
496-22611ek. 964.67.05: 2tchg 4/12 Call Debt 964-6305 :;,,: Call after 4:30 p.m., 782-3321 Itpd Call 4732356C
Butler4732210Keystone THREE PROM DRESSES Site 9, Stark., FL 32091 4/12

Hats. Half 4/12 price. Call 964-8901. .u.ed'on.c. !I Pressure t *..*...;;..841i..04....0...0P4.544 '- Asir. fnrlunn-
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Washing Sand: ft Um.rock Well Drilling '- I, ,< :pV !C Mfrti. Storcigo\ .

Carpet (Any $14' 95'. Scotchgard,Is ;' (Hot or Cold) I\I /': Plumbing a.paln', FLORILAND Ij 'Now' >'Re'nth ..9',. .. '' .' 'I'i;
Houses "TrailersAluminum "
Cleaning flS Available J{' 4&IM455 i ,$:x J2TQxT2: ; ft 12x18:: : UrtitsSP :,
) I Siding.Mtr.Hames.Saftet Vi'ltat.. Licensed.Han REALTY [ .
9..9A................. ,9999Y EOAt: 6x 1 2'If olt. '$25; ,85 pr mo. ,[
5995 I .' :
Whole House Special (UV..DIP.Hanger.). I Commercial Bldgs. 964-7700 Inquire at Suzoki'Kowosoki: of StarkoHwy.


Carpet Dyed ((9xiz) . .,. . . .. 5i95! :: Free Estimates* LONGCHAMP' HOMES, 393 N. Temple Av. \ 301'. S. .- .,**.4-6020INCOME _. .J
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Furniture Cleaned (Sofa a chair) . .'. . 44 475-2259 : ,;INC. GRI ,1t ssatsmuuiiia
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Steve Broadway > x .... -3 BR, 1 BA CHCA, Nice.
Serving Bradford & Union County and surrounding area -3 Bedroom. Brltk.Ven.-Hom.- 'area. 30000. SERVICELoretta ,
TREE SERVICE I1Both CHI A RoomJStarting .4 BR-Good floor 'plan.
; ; Carport: Utility
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& Dye Co. : -chant
Florida Carpet Cleaning Removal Qrpet/n/ $27,500.

(licensed & Insure! (Residential & Commercial ) Trimming -- On Your Lot LAWSON detail BLOG) Call for Days; Drama Restaurant *.964-6056

ATTENTION! Do-ItYourselrWe Stump Removal ; At I .181 A
Firewood t. hunting area. Evenings; 964-6684
are now renting small and medium shampooers.. Free Estimate $32,800 2Vt .Ac ,With 200'' on 'Fr !h i I"f': Appointment' *
: Rd. Zoned trailer.
We Have Carpet Rakes for Sale ,: County
.Free Advice 473-4732 .8 Different Plain of Financing. Good Building Acreage
I Senior Citizen Discount After 5 P.M. Country' Club Area.
.lntendSta 1l.g'aU".ta 1JX.I ."
Call 964-4997 Call Keystone Heights fee Information Cert ,-5 Want ACy-476'to go on In 301 Business, South.? Land Opportunities.' ...! .

FREE Estimates! 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction Guaranteed licensed & Injured I .964-6853 --2_.Bldg.-U.e 'one Rent "
I 512500.
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SILVER RIDGE: H"Acri:; (oti on high rolling
land. Lori of fl.... $on wlth'Jake vfew. All '

JANE S. USHER I .' with, lake.acc.... Excellent!' terms; Only. $149
IB '"dawn, v-'

r rJ4 Just'Staked...

FtEALTOH' Your Union County Realtor' ( Now! Accepting Appliicatimns INDIAN. (AKa; WOODSs, a W ,(V.. to' 2:'Ac.

building sites on newly/paved County Roads
496-2126 496.2903 1"1.4 Bedroom Apts. .- Community water ,Some' overlooking. Indian.
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or lake, Special term : .

w 360 West Main St. Lake Butler Lake :Butler' Apts. I i k few Name PARADISE lots your left.termtj VIEW From,VV KEYSTONE"Act] to 1.5 OAKS Ac., Close: Only out a,


1005 53.W.;6th Street :- > \j: l) .l 'MOBILE HOME LOTS'2tc, on Po".J''road.
Florida From $300 down and $60 per mo. Only 7 left)f j
SMALL ACRE TRACTS...;.... ,[Lake,Butler, '<;, ,*20 ACRES PLUS:, ,Surrounded by
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development Excellent Investment .
Acre tract. opportunity
*SOO/Jc tracts located off SR 100. Owner finance, easy terms.. Several sites till available. ,' .1". :, ',-., at $40.000 cash or $45,000 term. "

*3 Acre tract on SR 18 Owner financing. .' ".' 'I J ATIURE$f COMMERCIAL LOTS / VAItABLE'On major
-S Acre tracts SR 238,, Owner Financing. 1 ., : >1; \ ,f highway.We will finance of 10V*% Interest !
-10-20 Acre between Lake Butler and.Gainesville." Owner' financing, part wooded. Central Heat &;r Air. r. Prlyai Patios (ono &-). *GOLF COURSE LOTS: '\ to t..S Ac:. In the most t
TRACTS. I beautiful .,of the t Keytton* Golf Course.
!LARGE loCal .arep .
/ Closet (
Walk-In \'J
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-180 kr. farm aft i Sit 237. K mile'river frontage and 3.000. ft. rood frontage. Woods-" ropland-hay. located on e wall to Wall Carpottn Only a few and they ore moving fast. '

beautiful country rood. Great huntinG. Custom_ Drap :e Cable TyConn clion$ *GOLF,CLUB DRIVE% An>t.with wide frontage '
-350 kr. Posture' and planted: pl_. Ideal location fop development. Would make beautllu horse form Mqtchlna Stpyp Hood ? J ff..Wat.r.Sewer j&Trash Ser on paved rood. Community water; Easy

-100 Acre farm, haute.,barn, fenced. Croes-fenced and pond. All posture. Owner financed. Laundry Foclllles : '. 'Full (iaalntenapt l ee\z walking distance to Club House,Just' coming" on
the: ptrket.liberal terms.
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shop or decorated home: iwmnw ."W/W corpef; ._"r-* ..'buck i stove..,. dUhwosher.; Priced.,." to sell .... buy: in town; May .c...;"' at ,Ca 'Todty! At tt\\. GoM Cour*.,. h

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REALTY' HEIGHTS BARBER STYLIST wanted. Call 473-4352 YARD MOWING Book now for summer '< ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSl, Closed _. __ $.. ,
REALTOR1RsntaIProp.rtyAvallabla --
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after 6 p.m. 3/22 tfnchg month ahead. Call "7).782"5.26. .. meeting Monday 9 p.m. ,open --- --
\ meetings Friday 8 Alonon, Mon WUADDY, BRICK HOME r IiR 1 tA.lQ M down pore
INDIVIDUAL WANTED to help clean up "tpd' 1 p.m. 4.72q:, ZONED COMMERCIAL On HWY 21 Ira limbo and general' yard Improvement, CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work' day a p.m. V*) m .tlng. ot 1 educational offer C Ca1147B.3049/,12: I I.1chg "meet' Ph",..,_ ale, d 5tyeningl.. 3'lfi! .,
} Keystone 3BR. Bath home. $400/mo. M/hr Building Community Church 473-2790 tf n '
Apply Saturday of Swan kitchen cabinet and
trim
., 2BR furnished., Bath COTTAGCi on Lake'Brooklyn., ,. Lake E tota., 2.mll. east o.ro of Melro.. Reasonable prices: Call 473-4010 carpentry.after J<' or 475-2130.: 1/5 tfnchg "'--'-- --. ,oo, ._.' .._._ .. .... .
call $230/mo. For mar Info on SR-26.475.2123.4/12 Itehg 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfncha. ."' OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, .
: CARPET and fees or weigh lni. Open meeting
AND VINYL
KIYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY Free estimates.repairs Ten years Installation "...* Tu iay'., 7:30 p.m. Community Church "Memory is what.God gave us so that Wft might( tier rl3sgr\
NOTICE
Realtor .7, .,,, In .
Educational December.
'*(* Building Keystone James M. 8arrl
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for ,
2/16 ,
tfnchg Height. 4732790. 1/3 tfnchg ." '
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be *ubmltted -. Craig. 1/5 tfnchg INCOiAMERICAN ,
: LEGION HALLPo.t
DAYCARtj IN MY HOME dose to'' ,,
1BR FURNISHED TRAILERS In Keystone to the Lake Region Monitor office 202, SR-21 north. Keystone Height.
Keystone school Call "73.7S212 < '
oreo $12S/mo. Call 473-7097. 4/5-12 In writing and paid In advance ,. Sat. 7 p.m.: Sun., 2.5 p.m.; Mon. .
tfnchg Lou-Ann's Azalea & Farm;
:2tchg unless credit it already established HANDYMAN All kinds of home ,repairs, percentage gomes, 7.10 p.m. Public In : Blueberry ;{
with thl. office.MONITOR .
ON LAKE ,
BIG BROOKLYN! 28* vited.' 3/29:
cottage. tfnchg
$30O/mo. Call 473-3334 or 12821727. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD mobllehome repairs, and fix-up need Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsyth Road '

3/1 tfnchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN No repairs.lob Cleaning too small.service Minor, light plumbing haul- YARD SALE Take 100 West to 21th Avenue turn right to farm
OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flame CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ,
Ingo St but can be seen from SR-100 THE TELEPHONE. Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening., .' Sat-'Sun./9, < ': tliurs.l Fri.. & Sat. 8:30-5:00 '.
and SR-21 Intersection. Prime location, dandled deadline l I. Tuesday noon CARPENTRY/MASONRY WORK Patio TORNADO DAMAGE SALE Open :
to additions, remodeling homes, and tile- a.m.till.. 'A mile on' Deer Spring ,
Call prior
, 2BR 2BATH 473-3411.1/9 UNFURNISHED tfnchg HOUSE On Minimum Thursday charge In publication.15 words for$2.75 work. Free estimates. 473-4473 before .- Rood, Box 265-E. Miscellaneous Item Now Featuring: lihxiberry. Apple & Peach Trees t
5 p.m.5 tfnchg. ; 4/12 ttpd r' -, I
lake then 10 for each word thereafter ;
Geneva Fenced with cent
yard "utility PRESCHOOL CHILD CARE In my home. .... POUR FAMILY, Frl.Sot, 95. Hallman
.hed. CH/AC. Available Feb. 15. Clean friendly environment. $35 perweek. Rood, 1 1st road across front fork ofPalmi COMING SOON -' BEDDING PLANTS
S42S/mo. and
damage deposit "25. ,.' '
Call FOR SALE I' .'4 a.m.6: .p\m; For furthey j Now; and used Hem, furniture. ,
Patty Shackl.ford ,'
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1.725.4646.2/2 or motion call 479-1563. 4/S-H 2tchg. 4/12 ttchg ; I 964-7109 AlltaatureSingsotJGsustread :
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LWB TRUCK TOPPER Insulated.' In great 4': BROOKLYN BAY ROAD FrlrApr.' 13
GENEVA LAKE ESTATES 'Distinctive, .. PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICES Complete t!; '
condition $2SO. Call .73782.512 : from 104. Aero* bridge on SR21north. .
clean. 3BR 2Bath hams Kitchen and lawn care and Maintenance. "\ .
2tpd : Something! for .everyone, 4/12
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laundry appliance. Garage S/430/mo. SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC Commercial: or. residential': Free '':, IIchg' )
Call 752306.5 tfnchg I Il About Subscribe.
pipes and fittings. Water softener estimate. "' ''.2197 evenings..' 4/12 to
2BR.appliances 2BATHs,Unfurnished cute decor.All CH/AC modern, .Bryan Ace Hardware KeystoneXats.., 4tchg 9/03 *I,. MOTORCYCLES't FABULOUS NORTH f1.0RaDINORTH, "

$300/mo. 4/12.5/3 4tchgWANTED AT 473.40061S PACK RATa tfnchg BUY SELt, 'TRADE: .. ? J --, 1 Every MonthAvaUab'l -rl 'i'i1i'inI !
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Located: blks n. of red light, HWY( 21 Frodrlcks> : r t"I"i'kl981.. HONDA, 'PASSPORT Basket andwindshield. i "., l"! J:>>''I J
OPEN: Wed.-Sot. 96. Featuring: '. Home v ., I 50. total rnlle, $550. Call 'at; : : ,... LIVING '
Glassware, old jewelry, household ,..
a .73.3642.12.Ipd. C Your Favorite NewsstandCharge
TO BUY-USED CANOE Private party will good, china furniture'mlscel. Items. .Service i ;.J aq; MAN'S AND LADY'S MOPEDS: 1980: $500- C it -.Vi.a or M*. >tejrcn4v.' .t.t".h'I!
cash. Call..68.2361.12 tod .73.2183.3115 .qW".Pt.iJ.'I'l'' R'venhe
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ELDERLY COUPLSi on Social Security to BROWN LEATHERETTE COUCHi and DOCKS.,OECKV-. ._ ..,_ Or mail your check to! .1 i( : ,asfgesdor People to ,'
park their trailer on,, 7-aeres near 'loveteot. Brand new, $295 for set. Call PORCHES.. STONE WORK :il', : ''i i l-i PETS>- ',' North Florida Living*.'' j f ,.1.( ''- ; '. Meommber e. Cnoliina: .'\ Ii
Georges Lak. RENT FREE. Pow.r 3.7529.12 Itchg CaS Mcure .473-2354 i .. 600O NW 17 PI. Dept:B' Old PbotC s JK4 uran(*
pole, septic tank, well furnished. Contact .r r..r.rrr- -- -- te Gainesville, FL ;32605 ;i ,. '., OtnMoor*, *.Ot( ',,*,.Jn.IY' .
Lloyd Glvens, 473-4494, r AKC RECISTERE0: CHOW PUPPY, Call' :
Keystone.LOSTFOUND & Commercial" "
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New Life'Carpet Cleaning' Service '0 PIT BULL.PUPPIES 3 male at $CO each a Address .J.- F
Contracting female ot$35 each. For l'rore1nfo. call City 4 : Sfatm--.Zfp__
TOY POODLSt Apricot coloring female. Roof R.palr CIRCULAR DRY FOAM METHOD 73274'1219.. 2tchg I Yr: $1$ D; 2 Yre$27 II; \\3 Yr- $36 (I'J '
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Lost April north of Metros On SR 21. ft Cleaning COOKIE : Account Numb rAIIOioitt( 4'a-.IrNtas"anl.. .
'in' and| bloodline. Call
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FQUNDi Call 479-1634.4/12 GIRLS PURSE, Near. / keystone, Call 473-7824 Work Guaranteed Keystone PH.,,473-3857 Height, FL t,t' 473.1511.4/72Itpd champion I ITl .1.1 I I i l I ITT1 MM I I. LTI 1 .. P_::_J|

Realty Lawrence Blvd. In Keystone. ,' W '
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14..CU. FT. UPRIGHT FREEZERS Avocado. H&R BLOCK We have Uei-Beafabie.: : prices
Good working condition. $100.Delivery :
can be arranged. .4/12 HnM

.1 BUSINESS SATELLITE OPPORTUNITIES ANTENNA Found n : i on 1984 Rangers with a. Special


::< id.alanhips experience D.ol.rcost! ..oValiabl..compl.l.required. No Amafia t i ( Value Package Here's what ''yoog'fit:: t

". unit o. low a. $599. Retail
$1395. CALL DAY OR Bon .
: NIGHT. (303) 57......... : .
$ Full Head Liner Special seat color

,r Nettles $528 6' 2 g. 5 keyed floor, mats & instrument

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panel., bright rear window molding; '

',. \.' Tree. In a recent survey of customers who got ref 'nds,we found 3bui __ plus tn del. .wheel trim, bright front
i of 4 believed H&R Block got them bigger refunds than if they'dprepared .' \ :- ""
Service' t their Own taxes. 3 out of 4. .... I: b'l1"e er, wheellip mJldlng( $,; owls '
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Set I MOTOnO.4' Regularly Motor .011.. Quaker ing/brakes f. ,., P215 tires, heavy duty battery -,"..... "=' _- \ : i

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Mult! colored Eo 1.92. 8 rolls of Regularly 1.3?. 65 ounce ?,*
: woven skirt set 2 p yrath tlssue llmlt 2. laundry detergeniLlrpitJReguarly I: .((4)) F35ttMDualie". Diesel Pickup .'f" 4;\ I ,


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h' Founder's: Day.. Fun Run draws.,talented runners to Keystone


It was a perfect day for running as Nobel of Gainesville was the top .,
over 100 Joggers and long distance wompn finisher in the '" ".t with a '
specialists lined up for the Second Annual time of 22:10. ,.', J l 'f I
Keystone Heights Founder's Day The "Fun Run", a one mile course ', : ,.
Fun Run at McDavid Park Saturday laid out for runners of all abilities, w.-
under a cloudless sky. was won by Oscer Mitchell of
"We had a lot of last minute entries Jacksonville with a first place time
and it looks like a competitive field" while a Keystone Heights student,
commented sponsor Jim Winn. "We Janna Shaddix, took the top female
think the event will be even bigger spot in the race.
next year as the word gets around" Trophies were awarded' to just
Frank Jones came down from about everone who participated and
Jacksonville for the event and special T-shirts were designed for the
blistered the 3-mile course set up race.
around the high school with a first The event was followed by a parade
place finishing time of 1538. Molly down Lawrence Blvd.
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Frank Jones(top left) won the 3-mile race Saturday with Molly NobeHbottom They're Off... '
left placing first among women finishers. Runners leap off the starting line as Iher one-mile Fun Hun begins Saturday annual event. ,, ', _. ,' ,
Oscer MitchelKtop( right) finished first In the one mile run with Janna morning at Keystone Heights' McDavid Park. J" The run is part of Keystone's Founder's Day celebration and was followedhy a '
Shaddix(bottom right) finishing first among the women. Over 100 runners from all over the area. look part In the second running of this parade down main street and,an elementary school carnival.. .'


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Joe Sire StarlingJoe thank their friends and neighbors for nothing could change that, and always, Yt*' In Remembrance Of beautiful flowers, cards, gifts of food Archie Tanner Funeral l Home in making
Sire Starling,71, of Starke, died their many acts of kindness extendedto hopes of a brighter tomorrow. "ft. Tuesday night, April 3, at his home them during their recent bereave- Your little girl Is 8 years old now. We still our mother and grandmother. honored. ., : :
following a brief illness. ment. keep 'In touch, she Is very special to uet? We especially want to thank Dr. .
Born in Starke Mr. Starling was a because we love her so much.I '>'%<$' We wish to express our sincere Mark Barrow, North Florida God bless you all. '
life long resident of Bradford Countyand She I Is a part of you and even tho you'r. thanks to friends relatives; the Regional Hospital, and the Regency Children&Carrie
a very faithful member of Pine gone, you left a precious little one to,live United Methodist Church Rev.Oaks Unicare Center for their love Edwards:
Level Baptist Church. ( The family of Rebecca Allison and carry an.,1'.:Delbert King, Rev. James Tompkins and care during her illness. Tommy Edwards,Bobby Edwards,
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Oswald would like to thank everyonefor In closing; Debbie Dear. If you could only' ",and Rev. Lacy Conway for their Words rnnnot express our thanks to Mildred Tetstone&FamiliesSTA
Doris Thomas Starling of Starke; one their prayers cards and words of hear.
,daughter, Mrs Betty Alvarez, also of comfort in our bereavement. These words that say I Love You and In my" ',
Starke; two sons.Rev. Frank Starlingof Grandparents.Parents heart your presence will always. be very '
Panama City, and Rev. Marty &Godparents near. "
Starling of Saltillo, Mexico; three Miss You-.
sisters, Mrs. Lucia Thomas, Mrs. Genevieve (DeeDee)Solano'
Leatha Mae Nettles and Mrs. Joan Great Great Grandma and CHRYSLER
Richards, all of Starke; six brothers 'In Memory Your Little Daughter, ..
Robert, William. V.L., & W.B. Starl- \ SoKaro Lynn RK E PLYMOUTH
ing, all of Starke, Warren Starling of Thr.. years have pasted sine God called
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Keystone Heights,Tommy Starling you a9GE
i, Fernandina Beach and eight grandchildren HI. will must com first w. have to accept .. .
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Funeral services were field, aL--2" You're 'In our thought sov olten,y Jhe:,y: u" i I '' :II il| > OJ 11 tinfill 1
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,. p.m. Friday, Apnl in the Pine Level vacancy you Mt can nw.r be filled. The Home of America's Best+, ".T,".:;;. 1 Mb I'H iisl J'nou; ] >ivib'From i
family of the late W.C. Hardee ,
Baptist Church with Rev. Roman We know there was a reason and purpose I I',.
Alvarez, pastor; Rev Frank Starlingand for this but we live with renewed faith acknowledges with grateful apprepia-- :Built 'Best Backed Cars & :
Rev Marty Starling officiating. and strength that only God can Instill, tion the many acts of kindness 1984 ,
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith In our hearts there will always be sadness bestowed upon us by our loved one.
Trucks Built in America.
Jones F'meralllome of Starke in and yes, there will be tears. We thank God for his loving kindnessand
charge of arrangements. But we were so fortunate to have you for tender mercies to us during the illness Dodge 0.50Pickup
a very short span of years. and death of our husband and -
,; Card of Thanks... You brought |lay and laughter to our lives, father. ..
at times many heartaches and sorrow. Ona Hardee&familynew Truck
The family of Tillman Hutto wish tot But there was a bond of love between us,

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4 ',Speed, 2 Liter Engine
Girl Scouts appreciate the crafts,song and games to be!used
Telegraph who sponsored the booth at Neyati in June.
thanks. Thanks to the First United
t Sixth graders from Junior Troop Methodist Church and all the parents T
614 traveled to Savannah Ga. last and friends who sponsored the Cadet- > $5993, ;
weekend. Everyone had a great time tes Rock-a-Thon last Friday night. I T : .
GIRL SCOUTS staying at the Days Inn, touring The scouts rocked from 8 p.in. to 8
Juliette Low's Birthplace, eating at a.m. to earn money for their trip to b ,
< the Pirate's House and seeing the Savannah on Sunday. ;
\ G.S.Booth First 'sights'. ,. !'

Congratulations to the Bradford- Scouts making the trip were Lynn .J SAVE-SAVE 1984 NEW "IDodge
Union Girl Scouts their booth at the Looney, Missy Davis Candice
Bradford Fair was the first place win- Roberts,Amy Ferguson, Beth McKin- FLORIDATHEATRE Colt !
ner in the educational division. ney, Angela Parrish, Melissla Sarnt, ,
Brownie Santyia Sarnt Cadette Lisa
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special thank you to the creators Tierney. Adults accompanying the Starke 964.5451 I Automatic Trans., Radio, Air, l
t of the exhibit, Mike and Diane group were Diane Tierney, Regina
Tierney Mary Looney and Laurie Price, Vicky McKinney, Mary Agnes 7 DAYS i Reclining Front Seats, Tinted'Glass..
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Mullins, Great job. Ferguson Marlee Sarnt and Vera

Brownie Troops contributed their Nugent. Fri.. thru Thur. i

crafts foe: display* thanks Mara Senior attending the training for DEBRA WINGER : $7132 H. I
( O'Neil, Susan Coins Cathy Hicks, Smile Camp at Camp Chow last SHIRLEY MACLAINE
f Elizabeth Walker. Also thanks for the Saturday were Marian Sutton Debbie .
a pictures supplied by Cathy Susan, Tyliczka and Stephanie Dukes with SAVE-SAVE
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Multi Mile .- ftWAA A ; The All New 1984 Dodge Charger


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the month of March the Sworn complaint of sexual battery incarceration and four years proba- Percy S. Moody arrested for Larry T. Williams charged
Bradford Office of the state attorney filed in November, case dismissed tion). resisting arrest with violence, February IS with grand theft, insuffi- Sworn complaint filed Januarycharging 2S'
received 30 'new individuals cases defendant completed pre-trial intervention William Klondees charged dismissed lacked prosecutive merdit. cient evidence as to this defendant. dealing In stolen property,
and/or felony defendants for prosecu- program and Is being November 9 with possession of a Inmate Larry Dean Bradley charged John M. Brown charged September Insufficient evidence as to this defen
tion. Two of the cases involved inmates counseled weapon by a : with threatening Governor dant.
12 with grand theft-auto victim does
in Florida prisons, according cient evidence as to thisdefendantfl Graham, dismissed lacked pro- not wish to prosecute. Edgar Dukes charged worthlessCbeck ,
to Investigator Wiley Clark.. Robert A. Libel charged December secutive merdit, insufficient Robert Fulgham charged October 4 February, insufficient
Hilborn Waldron arrested August 10 1 evidence as to this defendant.
Informations were' filed on 15 prior 6 with worthless check, made restitution evidence. ,
wIth| aggravated battery, victim does
cases and there were no jury trials. for aggravated battery, pled guilty to Joseph D. Garrison arrested Inmate Ronald Wood charged
not wish to
Ten guilty pleas aggravated assault state attorney February prosecute. November 23 with possession of *
were accepted and 19 22 for cheating, case
Toyce F. Cribbs arrested February
cases were dismissed by the state at- dropped balance of charge. Waldron ";dismissed. weapon by a state prisoner,casti lack-
torney. The office declined to sentenced to two years probation. Lonnie Thompson arrested 'I- Sworn complaint l, 1083 for possession of marijuana, ed prosecutive merdit. :
February 3
six prosecute Sworn complaint filed January 4 September 21 for grand .theft, pled charging defendant completed PTI program. Raymond Randall Bell arrested
cases. Two violations of aggravated battery ,,
case '
probation hearings were heard. One charging burglary, aggravated bat- guilty, adjudged guilty and sentencedto 'transferred to misdemeanor court. James V. Slade charged January 27 February 17 for introduction of contraband

search warrant was executed. tery and .false Imprisonmentl case two years probation. George Hunsinger charged not with wish aggravated to battery, victim does- .. ipto county Jail, Insufficient .'. '
dismissed cient Denise Green arrested October 17 prosecute. 'evidence.
.January
Informations filed 21 evidence and charged with aggravated assault, :case dismissed 20 with restitution worthless made.check Ronnie II. Lloyd charged October 7 Deborah H. Stephens arrested ;.
.were
on new.,
misdemeanor cases. Nine cases were pled guilty to criminal mischief, ;', Inmate Peter A. DeU'Orto charged with made.worthless check restitution January 1* for resisting arrest : ,'

dismissed by the state attorney and Kevin Griffin arrested January 29 sentenced to one year probation, ,:November 22 with possession of mari Clarence D. Bowden arrested without 'violence, dismissed at request : '
the office'declined to nine for dismissed make restitution 958.14 and pay juana, dismissed at of In- of investigating agency. fi,
prosecute aggravated battery reasonable attorney ($150) to Bradford request March 5 with burglary case dismiss Inmate James E. O'Steen Indicted .
cases: Seven guilty pleas were act victim does not wish to prosecute. vestigative agency.
cepted. Lou Black charged County. George Hunsinger charged ed.Gary for second degree murder at New
Mary L. Burch charged with
Mitchell with
There were eight cases received for November 17 with welfare fraud, Nancy charged ..September 2 with worthless check, insufficient burglary, facts do not constitute River Annex, pled guilty to
welfare fraud defendant 12
March 28, and sentenced to
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Jntial arraignment in traffic criminal placed on five years probation and evidence, restitution made. criminal offense. .
made
restitution. consecutive to time being
court. Thirty-two cases were handled. ordered to make restitution to HRS. Jj: Inmate Marion Odom charged Sworn complaint filed December 6 years served. now
subsequent to arraignment. Inmate, Orlando Avelenor chargedwith ;December 15 with possession of a charging sexual battery, victim does
Inmate Norman: charged
possession of a weapon by a state Robert A. Box charged October 17 .weapon by a state prisoner, insufft-! not wish to prosecute. Boston
One juvenile petition, was filed in prisoner, aggraved battery. Pled gully with burglary and grand., theft, pled w'clent evidence. Edgar IL, Dukes charged with worthless September dismissed 7 with-aggravated sentencedon battery .
defendant
March, one prior Juvenile case was to possession and state attorney guilty to burglary, sentenced to three ;i Inmate Terrell ,Boyenton charged check February 21, restitution' :
dismissed and five cases received no dropped the battery charge-Avelenor years probation, make restitution and December 8 with possession of marijuana made. other charges. ". .'
October
Judicial action approval. sentenced to one year.'to .run con- pay $150 attorney to Bradford County. defendant transferred to David Copenhagen arrested Marie Parramore charged r
secutively wlih time now being. serv Larry D. Tyre arrested February 2 ,',another state, facts .do not warrant September 6 for forgery, pled guiltyto 10 restitution with forgery made. case dismissed
for aggravated assault case dismissed extridition.
welfare fraud, case dismissed
Cases dismissed ahd the reason for inmate Ronald D. Sanders charged victim does not wish to prosecute. Sworn complaint filed February 2 defendant deceased. Sworn complaint filed January 16' :

dismissal are as follows: December 15 with possession of a, charging aggravated battery victim John Crapse charged February 7 charging grand theft, lacked pro

Cherie Crowder charged February weapon by >a state prisoner, pled guilty William Henderson arrested October ?does' not wish to prosecute. with worthless check, victim does not secutive Sworn merdit.complaint filed August 30'
23 with worthless checks, restitution and sentenced to 1Q months to run 8 for carrying a concealed Sworn complaint filed February 10 wish to prosecute. sexual dismissed .
made and court cost paid. charging aggravated assault, victim charging battery, t
consecutively.Donald weapon, motion granted to surpress. 'I ; Linda Budget arrested January 19 due to insufficient evidence.
Robert' L. Barry charged February G. White charged Ewell Croft arrested August 31.for does not wish to prosecute. for worthless check, made restitution. Sworn complaint filed January 17 I,
IS with worthless check, restitution November 2 with worthless 'Check, grand theft, dismissed due ,to insufficient :l Michael DeSue arrested January 1 Donald G. White' charged ..l to
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made and court cost have been paid. : for grand theft, unable to locate '
sentenced to five years DOC (365 days evidence. essential witness. November defendant sentenced 2 with worthless on other charge.check, .not wish to prorute. ',;

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Florida Gardeners' Buying Guide for Plants, Resulting. in Help'. to Save You 'Money' ., ': 'fl



Many Florida gardeners will be foliated. A Florida No. 1 grade is a lesirable. AVoid plants having leaves of the containers. Roots.should be containers. However, make your area? Will it'sower and/or fruit properly I
buying plants during the next few vigorous plant which is wellshape (]if, Improper shape, size or color. Excessive firmly Incorporated throughout the selection on plant size rather' than ? Is it tolerant to salt spray, if
months as they start their spring well branched, and well : yellowing of leaves is an indication soil, but not protruding'outside or container size. Frequently, plants you live in Such an area? And, is it
gardening. So let's try to answer their foliated.The of a problem. Examine penetrating into the ground. growing in larger containers are the labelled properly as to species and .
common question. What do I look for Florida No. 2 is healthy, 1,eaves for insect, disease and Most container plants within .a same size or only a little larger than variety
when buying a plant? vigorous, fair well !shaped,with fair nechanical damage.For species are priced according to size. those in smaller pots. If you can follow most of these suggestions
Plants, like all goods and services branching fair foliage. Any plant container grown plants, make Plants growing in two gallon i containers Also make sure the plant is adapted on how to select a good plant
come in many sizes, shapes and not meeting the above standards is a .lure the root system is well established are generally larger and more to your.Area.Will the plant survive you will obtain quality and save
qualities. It is just as important to Florida No. 3. This last grade Is for c but not root-bound: or growing out expensive than those in one gallon the low or high temperatures in your money, .
evaluate a plant before Christmas as culls. Lower the grade at the beginning
it is to carefully inspect a garment or, has of .
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,A cheap plant, In most instances,is" If the plants are not'tagged as to !i; .

exactly what the name implies. You'' grade, then you must inspect them RENT TO OWN T
may pay very little but you will probably closely. Here are some guidelines
get little in return. Nurseries along a negative approach.
will periodically have sales where Downgrade any plant having the OFFICE.
they offer top quality at a minimum following characteristics: Lack 'of OFFICE MACHINES,
price.''But, this Is an exception to the health and vigor or excessive. suc- ,SHOP
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rule, >not a common occurrence. In culence. An unhealthy plant isap "
most cases, the best plants will be the parent in most cases Look for weak, i 'I i.iow.coit si.
.most expensive. But.how do you poorly formed, scarred, cracked or .Singlo' or doubl.tap rlMa.ylllch
determine best? : peeling trunks or branches. Poorly ,.Imton. opon drawer((4 coj...4 biltdro..OfI) fflUtWMTMtWtfCIrum 9645764Storku.Fla.
First of all, patronize; ......reputablenurseryman distributed branches usually lead to"leggy" ....Ill-proof Keyboard. COMK *- ,
who has a .neat and plants and should be avoided 07dlguentry.ldlgoltoaI OKay multiple Item ialM .USoporoloToUhi .
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seU'J where ywrare not allowed to-see1- \Wrtf'f.1Renl Fo 'bi.'tf.M f" : .Houn)Memory Prowcrlon
all plants. "1; with Nl-Cod Kochorgoobl. ottcrta'
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If the plants are tagged accordingto I), 30 >r monllt t'. ': Plus' ntony mor I eaturet ,
grades and standards as established -
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plant graded as a Florida Fancy is $29900' Rent For
an exceptionally healthy and vigorous I cash
Is' very well shaped, $50 per month

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Employers WorkshopTo '
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on Thursday, April 19, from 9:30: a.m. 'Universal, Life,
til 12 noon. Purpose of the workshop is .. Life Insurance. '
to inform area employers of the .
various services and programs Mortgage Protection SHARPElectronic '
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Service of Florida. Individual Major Medical b
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964-8092.Transportation to Lake CI- 964-5478 '
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Bradford .Land Sales Brian Keith Johns sold a parcel of Daugharty for $50,000. For A zctur
land on SR-230, east of Starke tQ Billy P. arid Frankie D. Spreackersold llclject Lawn '
Week Ending April 5 Hiram J. Bennett and Stephen. .A. Cubage a parcel of land in Woodlawn to tilt
The largest land sale recorded in for $28ooo. George P. and Ruby C. Eunice for \ .
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Bank of
Moline National
1 1 Bradford County during the week of sold a parcel of land on N.. Walnut, Si,. $8,000.Jack M. 1, April 6 south was of the raham sale of, sold 98 acres, onCR22 adjacent to the Post Office in Starketo J. Brooks Brown sold lot 3 of "Jt feeh 10 good.
toJerry J. E. and EUna E. Milligan for, Oaks to Kevin '!
Lynn Hartlein for $165,000. The property -*. Keystone R. Sheets for I elwev.ve rhtslawq
, was solo by Robert J.: and $57,000. $2,400. : fi'iaet': ?
Garrard sold parcel of
, A. Hunt. Charles a Jesse C. Dukes sold lots I S & 6 of
Grace Estelle W. and Horace M. Reddingsold land on US-301 two miles north,, of block 13, Gaskins Addition in Starketo I? ,,
lot 12 of block 3, City' Park Sub- Starke; to Moustapha and Paulette' E.EISouessi G. K. and Diane F. Ely for $44,900. .-.) ,' r
for $100,000. And Ada E. Reddish ; '\
division in Starke to Thelma V. Double Drew F. sold :
lot. of 'Green' 'Acres Annex2 to
'for ;
$18,300Patricia
Ann Bradley and Woodrow 1 Robert W., Jr. and Carol Ann Milner''
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Easterling sold a parcel of land in Bit for. $76,000.
chey Estates on SH-100 south of,, Bradford Land Sales Robert W., Jr. and Carol Ann "Grass"
Starke to Phoebe C. and Carol. ;D. Week Ending March 30 Milner. sold a parcel of land betweenE. New and
Call St. and Bessent Rd. in Starketo
discovered
Baker for $5,500.
Walter C., Jr: and Glenda L. Ter- ,, The largest l land sale recorded in Drew F. and Ada E Reddish for Grass was
rell Walter L Terrell, Ezra andililda Bradford.County during the week of $32,000. for outdoor 9647423't ,
Mock sold a parcel land off of March 30 was the Winkler. property in '.'? coverings, "
SR-16 east of Starke to, Joe Edward. Starke. '
swimming
Sue W Winkler purchased a parcelof <
Lee for $3,000 ..
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John W. and Margie Faye Dukes land,at the corner of US-301 and Grass is :;
Jackson Street in Starke from the I' above-n
sold a parcel of land on SR-230 east of '.
Starke to James P. and Barbara B. estate of the late.Bessie'M. Winklerfor finding / '" ,
O'Brian for $64.000.Community $108,000. around
i State Bank of Starke Wilma L Stevens sold lots 5 & 6 of stallations. "...
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sold parcel of land northeast .of using grass : Crows; mOrel
Starke to Thomas E, and Janet L Lois J. Ruggles for$28,500.' Four million tons of wearing and out,'than.,irp" ,
John M. and Elaine M. Miller sold a '
Douglas for $32,000. hydrogen dust are \ Grass Crpwdout ;
Kenneth C. and Christine L.Greene parcel. of land in Lakeside Subdtvionon. destroyed on the fun every ; factured in t i-r: .J.J- many weeds, "i
sold lots 21'& 22 of Geneva Shores to Little Lake Santa Fe to John F. second. ors and g s Purstey's Can be .
Carol F. Meyer for $73,000. aF tractive p;,3 r'M_ planted Into.Jv!, ; t
I Selma Ellington i sold. 10 acres of around existing lawn1US .', 1
,..1 land northeast of Starke to William'Seber Per T r a y ,.
964-4956 business Ptinl Patent 4091
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Starling $5,000. Pre-root d,premium gree8 plugs J'r.
\ Tammy Lynn Andrews sold lots 7& e:9 T r.'
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Brooker ,to Bonita Dean Davis, for & '
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to $10,000.L. W. and Mary E. Miller sold tot 6 CARDS, & GIFTS 131.r : (n LAKE,: BUTLER: .' :.
:' i of block Cypress Beach to John T.r Green are the ferns;;'leaves&plants :
Jr. and Bertie M. Miller for $20,000.: j .. k A rainbow of colors in flowers FARM
,.'j Laura T. Goolsby sold two acres of }We put them together,arrange them Just right. '< CENTER INC.
land just south of Starke to Gust and f Pick them here for someone's 92i aut1 r'
' Maxine Kallos for $6.000. I Order Easter up Plants Flowers delight 496- Hwy 121 S,, Lake ]
Hazel J. Moran sold 15 acres tn Early OPEN MONDAY-FSIDAY 7:30-5:30: SATURDAY'.7:30-12:. NOON 'i'
Woodlawn to Shirley Dennard for' 'L Hwy 100 South Owner.ChrUtin.: .. &Mer;.l l D..> I 'I
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