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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 19, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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much, wind, and a 30 percent chance of showers.An Idltorlal . . .
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Two state legislators say they W retold division had nothing tQ add,to the
that Georgia-Pacific, the giant prepared statement. .
wood-products company, has made Don Morgan, director of the Suwannee -
"acorporate decision" not to mine River water. Management
peat from its holdings in the Santa Fe District an agency.that has been urging
Swamp; state purchase of the swamp, expressed
!t s Georgia-Pacific officials at belief that G-P's reputed
Palatka, however4, released a decision not to mine peat resulted
prepared statement this week declining from changing economic conditions
to comment on the matter, but ad- which made the operation less attractive
mitting' that company represen- due to the oil glut and lower oilprices.
j tatives ,"have had discussions' with When Georgia-Pacific bought
Govv Bob Graham and his staff regarding its ,swampland in 1981 for over $2
k the Santa Fe Swamp. Due to the million foreign oil'was scarce and
? .. sensitive nature of the discussions, we high priced-not'so'today. Other factors
: do not feel it would be appropriate to making peat less Attractive are
'comment on Senator George) the new, wetlands protection laws now
Zf 'Klrkpatrick's, : statement 'at. this pending In the state legislature new
.. Ume/' the G-P release said. DER water quality rules, and Bradford
: Kirkpatrick,. a member: 'of the County's new ordinance placing
..,, Senate committee' on ,natural wetlands 'in a conservation. \ district
.,Uof resources ,called twd 'da lIy where mining la taboo.: "
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t "Georgia-Pacific has made' -a coo : DRI (Development of Regional ,
'. porate decision not to mine'peat... ,Impact statement) necessary before --
___ y a that's the way it is': I'm real happY' Georgia-Pacific can be issued permits
about it.' The Gainesville senator .for mining was placed on the
I'I said he could not divulge the source of "back burner" months ago. Hearings .
\ ,,', his information.Rep. on the DRI had previously been
Frank Williams, of Mid- scheduled for last July.
Ia dleburg representing the portion of Harold Hill, president of the
'ti Bradford County in' which the 1,900( -member Santa, Fe' Lake
\ 5,316-acre swamp Is located,'substantiated Dwellers Association, which has wag
Kirkpatrick's statement; saying ed an unrelenting battle against peat-
G-P officials had told>him the, mining/remain somewhat skeptical
same thing in a March 23.meeting at in' spitorf' 61:unconfirmed, reports of
his office. At the same time,Williams. G-P's plans"'*( strongly urge all opponents
r- wr..gnx said; they urged him to withdraw a of peat-mining and all who
.. recently-lntnxluced House bill which are Interested in protecting Florida's
would ban peat mining .h Florida wetlands t to continue strong support
wetlands. Williams said he bas. no inn o of the legislation now pending In
,tendon of withdrawing the bill,: 'Tauabassee/JW1!; said.J' ; .... .-... .
.. L.M. Games,,,director! :,. o,.,! pounty, Envtronme.t.llatlt'he, --..'.". .. ,
wring'on' zopln. \it4\ ( pu41 l.lo;rns6,3l9acre: A."lnlh'cts..Uke. ', .per
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servation District) zoning classification conditions .on.-the lower Santa Fe
will be held as scheduled at 7 p.m. River and Suwannee River which
Tuesday, April 24. in the city hall. have flooded in recent months. The
"We need this reclassification of swam also fillers out pollutants,
dr wetlands, no matter what Georgia- purifying waters of the. Santa Fe,
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10 Students from three special handicap classes at'Starke Elementary custodian Donnie Burch gives Bar train physical. .

Elementary took their first train'ride as part of a field trip and moral support while boarding. Once on the
last Thursday. !,, Barona enjoyed the ride as much as'anyone. Lawtey Elementary parents are Harris and LE parent Judy Mlscally'also '

The students, 'all with either physical, mental l or emotional Bottom Right: The students play away the time at a city ''making Supt. Tom it as Casey difficult and as ,possible the School for LE urged. that the portables. left at

handicaps made the trip from Waldo to Ocala in; park in Waldo while having to,wait the bout and a half Board to move two portable Other aide of the coin is that Starke
some 30 minutes; delay of the train. Here the students make use of a circular classrooms to Southside Elementary. elementary schools' are crowded..
sidewalk around a tree as a race track during their wait. James (Cobby)' Wainwright asked Supt. Casey ,says that ,all district
Top Leftr:> Glenda Richardson, followed.by her. mother, Children running, front to back, are Jackie Edmonds, "Why not work to bring other schools 'schools are treated alike, that is apportioned ;
gets off the train once it reached Ocala. the up and not take away here?" Wainwright one teacher' for each 28
Cashmere.
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Smith
Dwight Bonette, Jeromy superintendent of Lawtey students, ,the two portables at LE
":Top Right: Dildred Marshall"(pointing) gets a close 'up back are teacher's 'aide Carol Ann Hall,'SE physical education .. Correctional Institution. offered to should be moved to Starke.,

look at the "Silver Meteor" as it pulls into the train stationin instructor Cole Childers and Donnie Burch., talk with Supt. Casey about inmates School board members and SUpt.
Waldo "The train ride was a learning experience, for: the building portable classrooms for Casey are coming to the belief thatportable
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schools In "I'm serious
students says SE teacher:aide Annette Pusateri. best to to get the extra
had go
Bottonl'Geft'Some of the students reservations Wainwright .told, Casey, reiterating way
'about boarding the massive 'Iron Horse Here Barona Another trip is planned for the' special students for the his offer ,classroom paceneeded on limited
week after spring break at the Jacksonville Zoo. Former LE teacher Sylvia Tatum,
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Flack came from two*directions J.T.Parrish immediately objected to Board member Rodney Hall moved to' Casey's liew recommendation offers then goes:on to benefit"the county?* Henry Greene, Charles' H. Hall Mary' ;: "
,administrative .assign ..withone-year Bath charged. Anne Kyle; Wayne McLeod William
Tom Casey whipped out the recommended transfer of ''BE receive the three year. contracts .
when Supt of administrative principal Wayne McLeod ending his meat recommendation and to ask job assignments.., ,Board member :'Steve P1 Dow asked Supt. Casey why McRae.,Dolores Morgan; :Buddy
his list and, held the schoolboard's second year at Brook TransferringBE Supt. Casey to follow board policy to Judy Becker said her understanding ,changes hadn't been made at Hampton ;PaterMw, Marian A. Payne ST.;.yr-,
assignments copies until he read the list principals every two years leaves. give three days notice before asking'.* is that the board agreed last year to Elementary for the past,several, ,na Lou Rahn ltedrheh John Arthur fbNMtah,..
no continuity,they charged. the school board to vote. ,. :.J.d;! give administrators 'one-year contracts years rather than Brooker! being. the: Michael David Smhh, Jr.;
aloud. copy,1*, asked \ ; and that this should be the second ,> proving ground all the time.:, ,Charles Thorn,.ICu IIia Wnttwtead.
"Could we have a 'The transfers also move SE prin- "I sure don't agree with it at all ,Burney,Wltllder.
board member Judy Beckert gesture cipal Charles Thomas to principal of said board member J.T Parrish immediately -: year of one-year contracts. "'Cas y pointed sit other Ichoola'baiiprincipal !
log to the copies Casey laid on the adult education' in the vo-tech center, turning to some. ,dozen, Casey pointed out after the offers"meetingthe ad- changes as often as Brooker,
desk. 'Let DIe finish reading this with McLeod replacing, Thomas at Brooker parents and teachers pre->: three-year contracts :and cited Starke Elementary as'an
first ''!!' th* superintendent said, .and'finlaited SE, sent. Brooker PTP President Mickey: ;,. nunistrators more security. example. SE had six principals. in 12
; 1 reading before: presentingthe ,Adult education principal Millard Bath opened the board meeting with. a > '' .. years at one time.. '
Unfair.
list to board member Brown was named county-wide coordinator request to leave McLeod at BE* BE Moves : Pillow: husband of a 'Broulcer'teacher
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Action was delayed on approval of vocational education;the another year at least. "We feel that's extremely unfair to'' said he has- tio objection to
the administrative assignments with .district's top vocational educationpost. Parrish pointed out that by law,the1' the students of Brooker Elementary the new man, BUI McKJe;but Insisted ,
the board' unanimously .asking for .The state requires each district superintendent makes three day notice of such ncommeo- to have an over-all vo-tech coo assignments and the school board can opening the meeting. BE for a third year. -
: dationa as re pured by school board dinator. ,only turn them down in cases of incompetence -', The first yew a principal "'atcllleS'to -if." 1
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Aneil If 'I McRae Is slated to replace. The board unanimously, rejected ::1 __ '
', board to consider ( The Meand,, Y.r / e ** .
Su C far the McLeod as principal at BE. : administrative staffing dtanfs* (< .. administrators r MUlard Brown. Carl. !
both .3Stototrtive and teacher The new position of assistant and ,the administrative aieitfnnMiit I principal beffw .to install poHcifs".of Clark Connie Mack Clark Charles. E, :,.p ,. t
SSStnTMay 11. the state superintendent and McRae's the :.list* ',The new post of *Mftivt4' .his own, Batnuaid. Francs, Dewey'McKlnnwy, 'Jeswt J.,
feadteeTSt ...*..**.II of,both lists. .Moving dIe"1' tt1' er1r Moore,. Lucille
assistant prtncipabhip at BMB, are superintendent was approved 4-1,,t Jr., PayneLeraard, .
....... '. r",;.".,. ...... left vacant at present. > "' ;; Chairperson .Patricia .Spnl rydissenting. : ,year lava")BMhMriA BJB.In"-.*- lame" IMWC .'.ItMMsi, '. .(, "'!,.1'.1\' \SdsttGi,.'tlkMrr,,, vo, Tti l/N:' -I tI
heBroslier jr.lklpk C-... ... &:I ,., situation( principal: cornea Supt. 'Casey'recommended' 3-year Se-..
Hall.. Parrish Dissent... '' Every time a new contracts with Job W.al.r'
.. I ''' andmember The rejection of the list of "" dmlnistrators -|: at Broohw, orte1.ur' ,
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Wednesday morning by Mayor, Jimmy 'The city has hired a new man, bill '1.\' .1 "1V" ''/! ;j ",. .. .{ ""j"j."' ',;<,:I\ ....: .

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| '. Starke via FPC lines. how to operate the computers the cityis .. -- w ,'
, Installing to buy and sell electricity, e.; : 'f'
The calls for Starke to oh the market ;/ '. ,. ; ) ( :
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, !!" up to' two megawatts of electricity ; :,.
I from Gainesville at 3.79 center per In other action in a minute }oj" .
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, ', ,, KWH. Starke currently. pays Florida meeting Tuesday night, April 17, the \ .
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1! ;;-:::" Starke won't have access to the Set the first reading of an or-

, :' 'i Florida power grid system however, dinance to allow operation and con- .
until the of trol of taxi's in the city: for the next
i completion the two-way
1, parallel tie with FPL now being con- regular meeting May 7 at 7:30: p.m.

, structed at a cost of some$1.5 million.
4 Agreed to install 2 Sod feet t>f six- r
: $ Completion date is June 1. fire '
.. inch water mains and hydrants on r re
! :- ; Old Lawtey Road north of Cooper
!y "c The agreement with 'Gainesville Road. The city has some funds ''left in .u' I' aa
I ,;// will enable Starke to cut back on Its lamer duck community -development .
' .,..". power bought from FPL. Peak electricity project and decided to'spend it .

1 in Starke this past year was 11 .. on this;;project_ .before;' the grant t1.I
., megawatts, which comes in the hot-- money runs out. } ,a" t
test part of the summer; July August t tl r ,%
, and September: The agreement with -Was told the law suit over the $
',: Gainesville represents about 20 percent city's broken down 1,750 KW Wor- :
of the city's usual demand,' thington electricity generator is proceeding
however. as expected. The city is seekingdasamgeskoelaiming :
I' Starke also owns a small pan'ot it spent
FPL's St.Lucie No. 2 nuclear power $l30OOO.trying'to repair the $750,000
f plant at Turkey Point, :in South o H j generator, ,The1.city: is looking at a:
e I: Florida. Once the parallel,tie is com Summer'trial\ ''date,'said Mayor Jimmy .-
,., plete, Starke can wheel that electricity Crosby. Up, Up, and Away...
here via the Florida grid.
power
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Second graders at Stark Elementary watched the helium-filled balloons The balloons went in all directions Including' one bunch most of which
Goal of the city commission is to -Wa's'told' by city trial: attorney Terry in go up and away toward .Jaek onvllle. Each SE class launched a barrage of lodged In a tall pine tree. Most of lbs balloons got away in clear said
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buy power from outside sources via a Brown May,14 date set balloons with a note affixed asking they be returned In celebration of NaLibrarian Ernestine Register. .

brokerage system. Suit against the city over a fall on the tlonal Library Week April S-14. .J r Learning for Life Is the theme of National Library Week, .
I tie is complete Starke will able to stes ?-L the PeSt'Offlce.ah : : : I -- .- '"
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[, power grid and has power ur sell at a .. :j a Cr. t dng.Director L.M..
good price. j!- .Galnesftsjoepb? to allow Gaines and

Idea is to buy a base load of power Comnlisstoner'Gharlesi, Schaefer to Four Govenor GrahamGovernor
. from several sources to prevent a work on getting contractors qualifiedand Appointed Development' : Authority by :

r ,calamity if all power was being insured to do the demolition when' .0/
bought from one source and. it went the city begins action under its new
down. The city wants to keep' its unsafe building fiodaqcdinance. Bob Graham' has :announced Bradford; County. '''Mrs. Scott has an ,president of Florida National Bank at expires in July 1985. '
'.. power purchases from'' outside The council ifialief in.,the process: of the appointment of three per .undergraduate degree from Florida Starke. He is a member of the Private The Governor reappointedr:
j sources steady! and to supply; the setting upa.. code.enforcement board, sons and the reappointment one' A&M University and a master's Industry Council. His. term expires in'
; peak demands with the 'City's own to enforcers jaw.//Council: \ members member to the Bradford County degree from the University of September 1984. -William R, Alderman, 45, of
generators. Power''' purchase con" have been t Basked to.Jind..people' to Development Authority. Florida.;Her term expire; in August -James L.: Womack 40, of Starke, Hampton, president of Bradford Title ,
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tracts usually contain clause ,which serve. .on the1'board''; The Governor appointed: .f 1987. .1". owner of Stump's Department Store and Abstract Company Inc. He at-
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.; .J' .. ', : .. V. .p..I1. m m{ : ,. -Olivia T. Scott, 43, of Lawtey,.alibrarian 1- Inc. He is a graduate of Tennessee tended Pensacola Junior College: His ,,;

t,' ,, .'..r' .'' 'lilS"I't ''' it-lH, I '.. ,. : for the School Board of .-.Joe. ,, E\Tomlinson; 49, of Starke, Technological: I University. His term term expires in August 1987. > i
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Some dozen parents and teachers Southslcfe!Hie.*Casey pointed out Spring Community College to Begin May 7
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attended the meeting last Thursday has 22 classrooms for 660 student: .,!f1' ,-
r night when the school board'1.rlsitedLi' : .;But) the que.tion'ipwill enrollmeiat;, :. i it
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. to learn of the, school's(needs'!',.,l.I'tiitfley, corftltiue'to decline?_Prnclpal'taterson Religion in America is one of the Judaism and most Christian' Math, Introductory Sociology, and Registration for Spring Term
I before planning next year's,budget. estimates ,.40-45 highlights of the Spring A Schedulefor denominations. Goal of the course is Principles of Physical Science. classes in Starke is currently under

y Principal Buddy Paterson handed the kindergarten students ,nett ,fall, r> .' the Starke Center of Santa!Fe, to be able to have a better understan- Classes are scheduled to meet from 7 way at the SFCC Starke Center in
< school board lists of Items. 'needed, enrollment this yedr is 31.,Patersbn'said : ding of the many churches around us Bradford High School weekdays from
., mostly smaller items. '. he hopes the lower grade enroll' 'Community College. Dr. 'Bernard P.: (In this pluralistic land. j to 10:15: p.m. two evenings each weekduring 8 a.m to3:30pan.
r.' :Wainyprlght pointed,;ptit t"cafeteria M::'.' ment win begin to climb (1e' thiscl: ..t1ich ".Other: evening offerings! In Starke."" this ternrwhict begins May 7 For more information please call

:needs fre ;erfrttJga n As at Southside Ele., agaiIE::g.ddell ..f1. !1ai fled. ofF this semestejj 4 ittU grt PrlncIPJ: and ends June 19..... 9645382.. ;
.. y*........ku.nnCurrerity'uaing'two: freezers r pointed out the sc.tJ3pJ! 1 \ ;;pit- .. UJ:JJ4YHA aatitf-MUHP.., ::; .'IB I ll -- "_ yM fh _1 iLl"tl f,4. ,
rowed from LWCI. Space is needed prove a bond issue-to nave'the extra L -- I
for a walk-in cooler and storage of, classrooms Space' needed( In the < '. : .
food. Presently food stuffs 'and cann-' ,' jJt will take,27 years to get j-t j-j .

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But the major problem ..af. LE'revolves ., \ "'
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around the school declining I IIW: from existing monies comnginV \ '
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enrollment in recent years, ,and the Casey said at near the close of ',1 \ I
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wing was added at LE several years'' What is causing the space problemis ..r' .".'', \ / r

ago, the school is in better shape, ,not increased enrollment, Casey :'' \ Ir
space-wise than most others. LE wash; poinjUt out, but all the new programs t' .. ,, "
over 400 students at one point and has 'the" state legislature has mandated r' :.. I
(. averaged 389 pupils the past''five' without providing additional space .;
years. This year the high point of LE for. them '- '" _

enrollment was 372 students. School County-w.ide:enrollment was actually
capacity is 423. as students less this year than
. Principal Paterson has projected last, Casey pointed out..The number
': 373 students'for next' fall.' As such. ,.of'first graders in school is the same

Supt. Casey,pointed out, leaving,LE .ty.. in 1938, he pointed out
y. looking to lose one of Casey also told,the LE parents' of abill
.teachers. The school currently 17 '' now pending''which would require''

classrooms including 11 regular, 4' 'standards-to be'met at the middle ,
extra-large' :classrooms and four: school level. "The' middle school bill ,,I

,; rooms for smaller groups. ,would require grouping students in Il l II
.. Casey is also looking seriously at grade 6-8 centers.If, that occurs: the 6 I
" transferring certain groups of special land 7th graders'no'w at the outlying {I I
education students to a central location : schools, Hampton,.Brooker, and LE .
in Starke and hiring teachers cer- will have to be transferred to the mid- ,

.. tified in the 'different areas. Such a'' dle school.Such a move would cause a ,
, move would lighten' the classroom classroom shortage at the middle ,I
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after the 10th calendar,!day: of each from! ; p.m.,to, 3.p.m. after the Joth ,
month in Bradford County. Stamps '" '
i i .will continue. to be issued on Monday, calendar -day of each month.'No NAME : I I'ADDRESS' ,
Wednesday, and Friday, and there change will be 'made in issuance
, will be no change in hours for the first times for;. the'first 10 days'. ,of !each. > 1
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4 "I r / .; ALL entries will receiveAGarfieldgiftFREE +'
An Easter egg hunt is set by: the Starke Recreation Department for Friday .
April 20. at 10:30 a.m.: ,

., The hunt will be at Wainwright' Park on Church Streel'across', .'from, .the .<'.. ,. /. -, '" .- -" ... Store
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' ,c.a. There wil be a special area roped oft for children under five years old. ','"-oIi"I. .' \ I" I :
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''P prize for golden and silver eggs that will be hidden. '. ,a,' George Roberts Insurance .Inc, / 'r";' ;, ." ,..' .< .! .-. .
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986 Temple Starker Mi the 's "
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f !! irlore: ireflits to be Keq wired for Graduation

,. \ .," from Bradford :HigMv ; hQol I

Twenty-lour credit: t"4' pftorjlthan!-t/ .tihis \VcIJo\unilil1! course .n..I.. .." ___.... ,_ _L.'u' L'u' .... .
term, will bo required of Ijro*" """-.SA. VIVUIfr III cauc.- :
fJlljralVMI oy law for volunteer the
'One credit in and non- high school administrator.
I ford High graduates beginning in American history. tion to include assessment and academic High tion* must be met:
( school board decreed Une-hnif credit In economics including maintenance of personal fitness. Currently State activities. school and vocational guidance ser a)All requirements of state law and
Monby night, April 16 a comparative study of the two credits In physical educa- dards student performance stan- vices! will be ntlllzed prior to a final state board of education rules must be
Seniors of history. doctrines, and objectives of tion are required. include: a) Mastery of decision by the principal. met.
1986-87,
the minimum
current all major economic systems. Nine student performance stan- Additional requirement* would be: b) Students must
freshman<< class, will be the first af- elective courses would be re .dards for demonstrate
fected, No One-half credit In American quired, to Include: Grade 11 State Student AU seniors will attend\ school far a mastery of the minimal skills in com-
comment heard Assessment
at
was
a Test b) Passage of State full school
government. ; day.
l.not) than Conditions which war- munications and mathematics
public hearing more two credits In as
the routine Monday night prior to One-half credit in Practical Arts remedial and/or compensatory Assessment Test, Part II. Students rant special review may be submitted prescribed by the schooF;,board and
board.In approval by the school Vocational. Education. In mathematics and language programs get graduation.more chances to pass. f prior to by the parents and principal to the state law,
addition One-haf) credit in performing fine arts. The counting of these superintendent. If a waiver l I. c) Must have at least a l.S grade
the two Before
school board approved arts to be selected from music,dance, courses begins with the a student is enrolled In a granted, It must be determined that point average in the semester
1984-89 school
an increase from 19 to 24 cooperative job all
drama, program for credit minimum
painting or sculpture. year requirements. for preceding enrollment In. a work-
credits for toward ,
graduation via an adult Une-halt credit in life manage 2).not than graduation the State Student graduation can be met. program.dMust. '
more
tion high school diploma and for gradua- ment skills to include nutrition, drug ploratory vocational: Vi credit in ex Assessment Test Part II re- Where credit is given for work programs have a job that"Uelates to '
by a State of Florida courses, three quiremenmt
diploma. Requirements education, should be met. Requests lOch as the;
consumer education,CPR, credits in practical Agriculture accepted job' preparationpro
for adult arts home for
waiver
the students taking and the hazards of smoking. economics and the of the requirement for pro- Cooperative Diversified Cooperative, grams in which the studenti is or has,
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GKD maximum allowed
regular high test school will be students the same, pointed as for.
out SupTom\ Casey.Requirements ,r. ':: ', ," ', ?J" ,' '/" j "
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required. It will mean switching one AMERICAS: FAMIY DRUG STORE .
''elective
course to !the science area.
Su p t. Tom Casey said he BUS Principal -
Jim Duncan, and Vo-Tech .
Director David Smith spent...a good
many hours" going over the new requirements -
to make sure each level of Eatcr a1c
students, if they apply themselves,
will graduate.be able to earn enough credits to

There are enough electives so
students should be able to take the required -
their number of courses and keep up PICK-UP OURORE EMS THRU &.SAVE ON OVER 100
grade point average. NOW SATURDAY!
"We all think it will be very productive -;
," said Supt. Casey.
Principal Duncan said administrators

are studying students Eckerd GenericsHard 'If"'. .i...' ..: .. .
having fewer required courses in the ., .. .' .
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ninth grade, when a lot of students .'
drop out. Ninth graders ,currently "!
take 5 required courses, sophomores to say. ' r I ,
4, and juniors 3. Administrators are I

thinking about delaying some required Easy to save on !
subjects until \later years.
: A major concern Is the 50-percent Save up to 50% on your .
I loss of students from the time they K' i I i.
enter the ninth grade until their class r prescription Eckerd

graduates. ipbadlaaNomila generics., .
Beginning with the 83-84 school ,,,,,,, no.
year, the ninth grade class would be
required to earn credits for graduation -
on the following criteria: M & M/MARS I DUUCILLKODAK
four credits in English, with ma
jor concentration in composition and CANDY BARS :''AA"St.
iterature.t. BORDEN
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9, Three credits in science, of which THIN MINTS VR10Q035HMN .
,< two credits must have a laboratory I 00 3 *' WX PWLM -2.49

component.. .

One credit a comparative in world study history or the including / <: '!, :OQ sBARS' :

history, doctrines, and objectives of Milky Way, Snickers 3 Musketeers. 359- .. ,
all major political systems as are Twix& morel Limit 4 bars '
r KM 1.49 =
prescribed in the Americanism ver-
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Water Cut-off FINESSE CACHET NOIR

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jt. water cut-off policy ,.was,; MGULMOTOH, 49 limit ,
31 bars PICNIC JUG
[established by the Hampton city i sc ....._ .HAHMLTOfSBKACH4CUP. '
'council' at its regular meeting Tuesday 57 I LYSOL SPRAY '
I, April 10. Umit4 we DISINFECTANT 5.,.,seam.. MWI-CWP
a The problem arose after a customer e \
limit
con Iln ...
appealed a $7248 water bill for the DePRCf 179aTYnS:; .
month of March,stating that a leak TOPOi PROMPT .
''had occurred while he was .out of SMOKER'S BEMZOCAINflCRGAM "I' 1 :s99arsa N
.town, and that the city could have fix TOOTHPASTE IMCN CNANt
It or cut the water off. CLAD8
fed After deciding that the city would r oL : ''" SPIN-FRESH 7..re.eee CAWItlr ;
justify' the amount of water, :rrrae 1 AiR FRESHENER. rs" PHSONAL
to Farmers Home Administration c' FAN
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in connection with, the city loan,
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;:- members denied the appeal. No free Limit 2ECLIPSE L! VIlI .._...... ....

&water is allowed to be delivered under EXTRA STRCNCTHHvNA5vncnv ,
i the city financing'agreement SUNSCREEN % i a'1liIn.or. ,7-
BRASS ft CLASS :
f. The council then discussed a policy'for sane,reels
f future situations that might occur. "' PAIN RELIEF TRIPOD TABLE .-'t I 'K" XSr NYLONCAROIMHOSB ,

While realizing that leakage is a problem 99 Ar ai t or PEDESTAL : .... DtMtACTU.
members expressed concern at STAND ::::;. PHOTO
BATTEWiS
-the prospect of liability: in damage to timitZ .........

";customer could; happen appliances if a user's; such water damage heater, cereseroes llaaore Compare to Mend. ',99 \ 4-, 20% OFF

for example, had its source of water "t ot,,, .r._ .W xTl MMU1AR.
;cut off unknown to the owner. assume svssarese P6lICiE
r The council decided that all EXTRA STRENGTH o _, DAIWAICOXSPfff "NOaaae""ne"'
cuFtomers would be notified the.city '
\will cut off their water if leaks occur. DEXATRIM.!!! REEL ft ROD PMNCNAW ry r. 't
J If the leak is on the customer's side of TOUKCHOtai2Qj cora+.rtArioN' r -v J f MATTHCSSDESIGNANEGG E j I
1.the meter the customer is responsible MCAMHNanm'r ar.rrtirrdts
:! for the repair otherwise, the city 16 rtUS WTAMIW4 2118-- .
4*is responsible. .
If a leak occurs,'an attempt will be tlanacessaarxseau .' ,.
4 made to contact the user,then the cut- rte. .....i.M..w.r.+. '
toff will be performed. The council
5 stressed that all water pumped by,the,
,!Jetty must,be paid for by the_use{. ;"

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: The.[:'coucif also held a ,'Jengthy'.: EGG COLORING PETER'S EGG ; FALCON AieslrfawALLOAro4 .
.discussion on the minutes of a special KIT ? DECORATED
[zoning meeting,,' held Wednesday, MV.3UM CHOCOLATEBARN PEANUT BUTTER .r
March 28.
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The minutes'' stated that council <, 77 .
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members voted to "abolish the coni -
{i tract with' ment of) zoning and land use plan
Discussion centered on whether the ; 9 9C gc\\
vote was to abolish the city land use
plan, which is required by state and,,
federal''law'and is tied Into funding limit 1 white quantities last "
from those .sources. City attorney e
James R. (Reggie)Flynn Interpretedthe J FALCON STAR. ,UNEuiE .
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minutes to mean that Hampton MARSHMALLOW
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PEANUT BUTTER 9" MAJHCCT
land use plan is to remain in effect, '
with the council revising and up- : BUNNIES OfStMIX EASKE'r' :98IWFLATA8LEMAWNT !
it sass: MOCkTSIMYJELLYBEANS '
dating as necessary. .
Members also heard ....1... : "
Chairman Ted,
Curtis that the MEDALLIONS "OI'rVINOS,
report Police Depart 1 i ..
ment had answered. ,, ,9, incidents in 149 rave rraao sa 9JNMNVKANK ,

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Even If Present Threat Is Off .;., \ td.I'' ,
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Georgia-Pacific officials are not com- the permitting jurisdiction of the state's Qualifies Owners s 41 1. .

menting, but according to information environmental agencies to include property : ,

''v from members. of the' Legislature in that a landowner proposes to ""' ., .. ,..... 'Y -

Tallahassee, ,Georgia-Pacific Corporation drain and/or fill hi wetland areas for :"'in'i/1 i .

has abandoned plan to mine peat purposes of building in flood plains or ;
from the Santa Fe Swamp in southeast constructing canals or boat slips at the for Tax CreditsMany

Bradford County. water's edge.

The news came just a few days before The process of defining wetlands is : ...

the final reading and probable passageof done by identifying special species of t '

a new Bradford County ordinance plants which will grow on wetlands, but old buildings, previously considered .ff.'I'\
the of the lands. At the time eyesores, ready for the demolition Decorative .'
authorizing placement present
coun- not on high .
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crew, are now being restored to their Brick Work Seen .! ,..".
ty's wetlands in a conservation'district only 74 plants are on the state's wetlandlist former charm and usefulness around the .. -
where they would be protected from but the proposed legislation would country Starke has its share of these, and '. Along Call St.

development that would impair their expand the list to 325 plants, thus giving plans are now being made to save, rather' r ", .\ ..:'.:).t
natural functions, such as ground water DER and DNR jurisdiction over a our than historic destroy some of these landmarks of "

recharge, flood control, and pollution 'larger area of wetlands., legacy.
r abatement. One of the reasOns for this renewed in- ,owner must then use straight line A "certified historic structure" Is
The proposed new law would also use terest in structures of the past is that, in depreciation for the cost of improvements. listed in the National Register Historic one
Although the threat of peat mining appears as criteria in defining wetlands, such addition to making a town or city more attractive However accelerated depreciation may Places, or located In a registered, historic
' to be over, at least for the time being things as the effects that development to visitors and prospective new be used for the value of the original struc- district .

/I r ,the county intends to proceed with a would have on fish and wildlife habitats, residents, the renovation credits projects provide ture.
for
attractive tax the '
tf = public hearing on its ordinance on April the cumulative Impact on other an- owners involved. property. Commercial structures, such as offices Both residential and commercial struc-
factories;stores, and warehouses, that are tures can qualify in the historic category,
24 and will doubtless the and whether the
,. : adopt measure ticipated projects, And'it is good to know that a building 30 to 39 years old, can qualify for a tax whereas residential buildings are not eligible
4i, to protect Other wetlands if they are developers propose to lessen, the'damages does not have to be "historic" or over so credit of 15 percent of Improvement costs. in the 15' and 20 .percent tax credit
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. ti similarly threatened in the future. by improving other aspects of years of age to qualify for the big tax categories.The .

In the meanwhile the Florida the wetlands. credits now available. Virtually any com- 'If you plan to buy a rundown commer- substantial rehabilitation 'requirement -
mercial building;at least 30 years old, can cial structure built before 1954, the book is met if the owner spends at least
;',. ,' Legislature is expected to approve a Even with the new state law, Brad qualify, although renovated certified and value for the building is$150,000 excluding amount equal to the building's depreciatedcost an
1 i. new wetlands law that will give state en- ford County will still need its conserva- historic structures of any age whether land. To qualify for a tax credit, the owner basis (excluding land value), with a
:. vironmental agencies more control over tion district zoning ordinance, for it has commercial. or residential, get the biggest must spend at feast$150,000 (the building's $5,000 minimum. Internal Revenue Code
l f regulating development and commercial been shown in the past that a county bonuses adjusted cost basis) for renovation. But tax sections 46a) and 48g) give the
'Tax''credits from 15 to 25 of the the net tax credit will be a 15 percent rehabilitation tax credit details.If .
f' : activities in these environmentally must have its own defense against the percent credit of$22,500 before depreciating cost of
t r sensitive areas, ,abuse of wetlands and other mining renovation of costs (but not including the cost improvements. an otherwise qualified building has
the ) available
acquiring property are to
t, : Only recently have Floridians come areas, and cannot depend on the state owners who remodel their buildings. A tax However, if the commercial building is been owner depreciated must spend down at least to $100,000$100,000, the on

to realize the vital importance of entirely to fight its battles. The county credit is better than a tax deduction at least 40 years old, it qualifies for a renovation to qualify for tax credit.
defense. because a credit Is a direct reduction tax credit of 20 percent on Improve- .. -
L wetlands to state which is undergoing government is the last line of on larger -- -
our the owner's bill., The In the of the $150,000
tax percentage of ment cost. case Although the building can be gutted and
f J; unprecented growth in the face of The withdrawal of GeorgiaPacificfrom credit varies with the age and type of the building, the tax credit jumps to $30,000.. remodelled during renovation, at least 75
,:' future water shortages and the increas- its proposed peat mining operation' building. percent of the external walls must remain

' ing pollution of lakes and streams. is attributed to several factors. An of- The capital. 1 improvement. costs!Il- lft- Regardless of the building's age, if the after the rehabilitation. Remodeling of the '

v : In 1850 Florida had a total of 20.3 ficial of the Suwannee River Water ceed the owner's adjusted cost basis for structure\ is a_certified. ( _histgyie structureand tions original are structure not eligible.can Further qualify,details but addi-

'' million acres of wetlands covering Management District saYS, "They're the .building (excluding land value) or rehabilitation is approved by the U.S. this popular tax credit for real estate investors on
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it.J more than half of the state's surface. In playing pure economics; adding that $5,000, whichever is greater. If the Secretary Interior,a tax credit of 23 percent may be obtained from your tax ad-

I an effort to speed up the settlement andS when Georgia-Pacific bought its rehabilitation tax credit is ; holdings in the swamp in 1981 for over$2 '
development of the Congress
country i
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million foreign oil was scarce and high f :
j passed the "Overflowed Lands Act" of ; .
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i I,' 1850, allowing Florida and other states priced, and federal grants for develop- County Agent's' Notebook '. ', By Bobby Taylor:,". --- "i'0i

,. I to reclaim swamplands within their ment of alternate energy sources were County Ag III ,, '-. "S',i. '.'

: 1 borders by constructing "the necessary more available. Now, with the new pro- ., -. ... '-.,

'i l' levees and drains to reclaim the swamp tective ordinance from Bradford Coun- The v one vegetable that almost all" Pruning Is the process of removing the axil or the main stem. "
and overflowed lands therein." ty, the anti-peat mining laws pending in backyard: gardeners include in their small shoots that develop between the leaf
j. r the state legislature and new DER (igardens is the tomato. So, I usually spend stems and the main plant stems. Removing When you prune,leave two or three main
I: .: In those early days,when no one could water quality rules, the peat project is quite a bit of time on this crop. If you've these shoots, or suckers, reduces the stems for plant development. And, be
followed my discussion so far, you should careful not to disturb the fruit buds,which
foresee the value of wetlands to the en- total number of fruit that tomato
; your
less cost effective.
have healthy,vigorous tomato plants,wellon appear just above, or just below, the point
I. vironment, they were given to the state plants will produce.But,it causes the fruit the
f Another factor is doubtless the three- their way to producing high quality be where leaves are attached to the leaf
S' that are produced to larger.
't f for the specific purpose of financing fruit. This week I'll discuss two additional .- -- stems.
i:'I their. destruction. These lands were. year battle waged by the militant Santa steps I in tomato culture, -staking and. pruning. I Staking and pruning are beneficial steps

" ,'*, deeded to individuals or corporations in Fe Lake Dwellers Association, led by its jv>!jwt, kt d"l"unin4 r ::l..tomato culture. As we said, staking eertWP -

._'r return for draining them. fiesty president, Harold Hill ft in opposition -' .. St/kinjjS r fdipubing are.",fJIMt'....tunic s:iegardhutog" ..r.lTotna7oes: ," ) j flWto! keeps,fruttoH the groundreducingtome ;
, to the mining proposal. had been' x ) :t lIolqL1CS:;'Theya .jot atJr. ; disease problems. And, it
..', By 1980 only 11.4 million wetland predicted by some that Georgia-Pacific solut ly"necessary. 'And, they certainly helps conserve space in the garden.Prun
acres in Florida were left to perform perhaps the largest timber and wood won't. make up for deficiencies In fertilizer ing removes the small side branches,called .
: and mulches, or an Inadequate Tomatoes should be pruned about once a Suckers which main
their natural function' over half of the In the world would watjer, form between
products operator week. And it's
best to by hand
spray program. But, they can prune ,stems and leaf stems. While JI'UIIingreduces'
original 20.3 million total.. win the battle because of its Holding a shoot between yourthumb.
I. ultimately enhance the quality of the tomatoes your firmly the total number of fruit, it
. .; Finally, however, the realization of money and influence. plants produce. I'll cover these procedures and forefinger, bend it to one side stimulates development of larger
in some detail, explaining how and why until it snaps. Then, pull the shoot off in the tomatoes. For stakIng '
more information
!< the value of wetlands, combined with take satisfac- on
The opposing forces can opposite direction. Reversing the direction
done. and
they're pruning, call Exten-
'f t alarm at the increasing pace of their tion and reassurance in knowing that is necessary to prevent injury to the leaf sion Office .t 964-6280 your Ext.County''
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:' destruction has added impetus to the demand still win Staking tomato plants, as they grow,will -.
those.who "never die" can
say .
keep the fruit off the ground and conserve 1 1Phosphate
;j for their protection. put by perseverance; even, when the ,space in the garden. Staking also makes it Back in 1890 I '. ''.

J.: The pending legislation would expand Odds i are greatly stacked against them., J easier to cultivate and harvest tomatoes, .. \
and it helps prevent fruit rots.

I First,a few words of caution about stak- Bug Hit BradfordI'.I
ing staked plants are more subject to a
Future Mining Possibilities condition called Blossom-End Rot than ,

i tomatoes which are allowed to grow '
1 naturally. And, you must be careful to The presence of phosphate under the In fact, it has been such" common thing '
Require State AttentionIn avoid plant root injury,: when"you. ,drive surface of Bradford County. has been for years that our people considered it of .
stakes into the ground. known as far back as 1890 little value. There to plenty of It In Brad

Some popular tomato varieties which ,In January of that year, The Telegraph ford and it can be bought. cheap." ,
t In commenting editorially on, the; phosphate mining! 'in Florida for benefit from staking are Floradel, Tropic, carried the following item under the .
Indian River,,and Manapal. Those which heading: '
'reputed decision of Georgia-Pacific decades before it implemented com- (Note: The Muck Drainage Co. referredto
do well unstaked include Walter,
i t'; to mine the' Santa Fe Swamp the* prehensive mining regulations and Red, Homestead, and Florida M-H-One.Tropi- .PHOSPHATE IN BRADFORD above was organization of local

*+. Gainesville Sun says: land-reclamation requirements, The Floramerica may be staked or unstaked. "While the phosphate craze Is so high in business men, Including: Comer L. Peek,
I J .result of that early negligence can be South Florida on phosphate lands, it will realtor, and Dr. J.L. Gasklns, physician
V Although the troubled cloud over the seen in thousands of acres of chewed One method of staking, which seems to not do to leave Bradford County out of the and early political leader of the county,
*, up work well, is to use one-by-two wooden who
< swamp may have dissipated for the moment swim Where the Muck Drainage Co. is at were attempting to develop swamp
.. Central Florida .lands that will never. be stakes, about six to eight feet long. Drive work lands around Sampson Lake by draining
the future of the Santa Fe remains they scoop up phosphate by the ton.
restored. these about two feet into the soil,Keeping for the purpose of growing rice and other
it i'1| in doubt., them three to four Inches from each plant. Mr. S.F.: Gardiner has a solid mound of crops. The.promotion was a failure. The
. A major factor in : It has been estimated' that 'there aresom'e As the plants grow tie them to the stakes' phosphate near Hampton. He had been offered "sink" referred to is no doubt the large,
'". GeorgiaPacific'sp 6.8 billion tons of burnable peat in with string),' soft twine, or strips of rags. $500 for SO tons which he will at once sink hole off Highway 18 between Brookerand
abandonment of the plan was a 'tough Florida, 4,700 square miles worth. Peat You'll probably need to make between four proceed to deliver There is a bed of it near Graham.)
; anti-minordinance.put together, by deposits are found In Lake Okeechobee ,and six ties, during'the growing season., the sink, it has also been found by the old .
, the Bradford County Commission, Always be sure you make the,ties.below mill pond near Crosby? Lake and there Is
;, ( which wasn't willing td' sell out thearea's Palm Beach' County, deep in'.Jthe the fruit clusters. ,:plenty of it on Black Creek in Clay County. A further editorial' comment on
St. Johns River
along the from in 1890:
Everglades phosphate Th# Telegraph
birthright In exchange for a.bit off Why don't ?
r and around lakes in Orange Polk Lake, you dig for phosphate
: silver the way that Hamilton County counties.Studies Perhaps your poor old farm is a phosphate
Putnam and Marion ,
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1 along the Suwannee River, did. for the Forestry; in :Bradford CountyBy bed, rich as a gold mine. Bradford County.
tl phosphate miners. have indicated that those is full of.phosphate.. '

,T deposits could'meet,,the state's energy navY'. W.Norton' .
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needs' if f .... ... .
,they are tapped. Interest in phosphate still persists In this
, ;; Though Georgia-Pacific has backed And the Seminole Electric..CooperativeJs The Consulting Forester{ dor"services,such as site preparation and area. During the past two decades several

If off, the peat is still there., Bradford already lookingvat: the possibility'of How He Makes or Saves ".. ,tree planting., Consultants stay in close mining companies bought or leased mln-,
f! needs to follow and contact with wood ing rights on thousands of acre! of land in
markets
through adopt that mining peat\.for the, generation, ,of. elec-, Money fer'You '. match ,
which helps them to these western Bradford Ten ago,
y : ordinance., And. to ''further protect theft tricity market County years
Santa Fe the In many'cases a J landowner will have only trends to' management practices on Kerr-McCee, one of the Interested companies
: Department of Environmental But' well before 'any peat mining one or two opportunities in his lifetime .clients,(land. had assembled a block of approximately
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\\'f Regulation should follow operations approved in Florida theLegislature' to receiver substantial income from his What do consultant's services 8,000 acres of fee-owned! or'leased
ji{ through in June with plans to designatethe ; should enact, regulationsand woodland.tAnd,, since any operation conducted -' t a real sense the answer is 'Nothing cost,?his In property,in western Bradford (Brooker-
nver as an "Outstanding Florida ; in the forest may have loq..JaatiJ1g1effects i services will l. pay you". Just as New River area) and was assembling
\fe, Water". reclamation requirements' so the it behooves a landowner to obtain' employer expects to make by any hirIng large tracts in Union County.However,actual ,
mistakes of the the assistance in i money mining operations closer to
phosphate industry are' best possible advice and an employee a client can seem no
y: In addition, the Suwanneel' River not repeated., Part'of,Gainesville Rep. managing: his woodlands." sultant to generate or save expect money.a con.The day than they did then,

i Water Management District should 'Jon Mills' prOPOSed wetlands-JI'otectlon .A consulting tonWi.eri''is'a''technically. consultant obtains top'prices for timber .''

m resume its negotiations to buy the, package ''should include severe restrict trained forest manager whose services are' sales while maintaining and improving the Oilier) .Interesting: Items from 1890:,
forest
f*. swamp land from Georgia-Pacific for tlOI1'' on peat: '''mining., In' sensitive available to the general public oa a fee. or. property, foruture uses and profits.

t j preservation purposes, to be held In, the' wetland areas. contract.basis. Selecting the right consultant for you,asa USEFU1INVENTSON.F!
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For landowner to'receive;th maximum D.L. '' invented a
; public trust. landowner Is Phillips of
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personal choice. As in
Further, any company that is even- benefit from 'his, timberland. be' every profession, there are those who ewing machine relief 5priiti ;'When attached
'..\ And there Is no reason' for' the tually granted permission to mine peat must follow a planned program of forest right for you and others who might not are be, to the machine It maJieS It run as
. ? Legislature to forget about the possible should",be required to payseverance"taxes' management. The private consulting 10 right.How can you tell First, be lure .easy again,and takes much later off the,
of forester trained through education ana, consultant.Is operator's foot.It I*a spring attachment to
&, Impacts' peat mining on Florida a much as the phosphate industrynow your qualified to do the work
landowner .Ja delto-, .
experience to awtet the treadle,which makes it
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H you'need Ask forest industry selfacting.All
state'
whole. The' ignored: widespread does or govern-
in
tag their,...tbnberlond objective*" and. ,m.nt'sources/about his knowledge and
....- .-. .. \\1 preparing.*awl .imptowMwtti. *_. nfetM. t* abU y.Check to see if he is a member of '
reach these tbjec iv.. A oapsa Isrt'sMeO. aM ;Association of Consulting that is necessary after the macUfiei, *
'cess is built on Mtfttfled cNsAb/ he wo)do <'thIk.OI'I8m.tMm'.lies the highest Forester stanl In motJolt! u to alt bY ned fwd uMI a yqW.work

J '. 'gall in his MMr' to"meet,tbe,kaad5wnec''I'objecuvesl ;4m fs oi education,experience and ethics is finished.,The put,U. but a tri I.
',/ 'in the prafesion. But sine there are good
Services tl vM tiy"caeaii'ferseteand .. ex 8d private foresters who do not REAL..TAE. :MOM
,:..area. to ;talk to Mm.:Make MIre be..le, Mr.S"J. sagtt4Y, .
state. 80mIIt 5:. 'Aon ym 'ow. tnt and tot hoiwtejpMr a
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For Ms entire forty-MVMi v.arc government. ;, 'I Hubert Hoover.turned over tacit of his. $ apprslissi; .._....,.-"'"' '.. !: ..-R i ill oMtiv.a and can carry fc ., for Ipnd a ense. I'awe. .raj... bare ba'
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BUS Class of 1904 held their GOth reunion Saturday night April 14.
They are: first row (!t-r), George Arwood (Denver Col.), WUIUm (Billy)
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Parker (Grant's Pass Ore.). Frow W. Strickland clam president, f red
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N b v Shaw (Bronson). Sinclair L. (Jimmy) Peek, Gratton C. Cooper (take,
Placid).
Second row: Silas R.Johns.Dorothy Rltch Johns Rhoda Ziegler Dampler
Carolyn Hutto,Redgrave. Marjorie Stump Thomson Pauline Priest Francis
A ? A' bFF'i (Ft. Meyers), Annie Laura Tucker Fischer (Macon. Ga.), AHa Rahmes
a Albrecht (Waldo). '
Third row: Lula Redgrave Torode. Mildred! Dlnklus Cox (Waldo). Ruth
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ZIegler Owsley (High Springs), Marguerite Prevatt Roberts (Tallahassee).
Lola Adkins Pope (Norfolk. Va.). Georgia Kathryit llayaes Scanlon Jessie
Mae Dennison Sparkman (Gainesville); Vera Gaiety Collins Gainesville
Opal GO son Bishop and Stella Idel Clemmons Williams, Bradenton.!


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The Bradford High School class of 1934 held their first reunion.Saturday
night, April 14 at the Starke Golf and Country Club, in Starke.
i Out of a total' number of 53 Claaamatesl which includes 13 who are deceased -

,,. .. ..y.t ..,.+...,,r..+nwro+,+wuwaat .... +N.w+, rawngnuetwarwyweVwwuw'+.nr s',.... wawa+ww.,. Si Iti there were 24 members present ana approximately 50 people to enjoy
this delightful affair on its 50th reueion. ,
Fifty. ears ago, April 28, 53 proud young( people marched down the aisle of
Iw 'h, dear ole BUS to receive the highest ambition of their young lives.The young
ladies were attired In white formals carrying arm bouquets of calla lilies and
W rrLi the young men wore dark coats and white pants) '

,nF Professor Leon A..Gray, the principal, presented the diplomas. .
Highlight of this affair was the classmates trying to identify each other,
: soon to be followed by a group picture being taken by R.P. McLendon the
photographer The members and guests were then seated for dinner and the
: program.The .
Welcoming Address was given by Frow Strickland, class president!
Mrs.Evelyn Ritch, an honored guest,was resented Mrs. Ritch had taught
many of the members in the 5th grade., Beloved sponsors or teachers Mrs.
T.T Long;Mrs.Myrtice Lewis and Mrs.: Florence McLendon were unable. to
attend. _
A Moment of Silence Prayer honoring the deceased members was held
t t namely1 Carlie Mae Faulkner, Nelson Faulkner, Lacy Futch, Henry Godwin :
Woodfin Haile, James Purvis Hazen Lois Long Holcolm Overstreet,
Mary Pearce William Snell, Dorothy Swambom, A.E..Wall and Palmer
Williams. The Invocation was given by Sinclair.. Peek, then each class
member introduced themselves and gave a quick resume.
The class prophecy was then read by Marjorie Thomson class treasurer;
the last will ana testament was read by Opal Bishop and the presentation of
awards was,made by Frow Strickland. Awards were as follows: William
(Billy)-Parker, who traveled the greatest distance (Grant's Pass Ore.);
Mrs. Idel Clemons Williams, Bradenton,who has the most children (12) aoaalso
the most grandchildren(29); Mrs.Vera Gainey Collins, Gainesville,the
most great-grandchildren (2) and Gratton Cooper of Lake Placid,the person
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least changed _
Mrs.!Rhoda Dampier. Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave;;and Mr. and Mrs. S.R.
Johns were given a special! Vote of thanks for their untiring efforts in making
this i event a success. Planswere made f .a.'early.r..t.of A similar 1OU"J -
'Non hopefully. 3'f f t cUw: >4WiK* r'1 rJ:: <. \*jhj#& or I Iir iwyhortt

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Members of the 8118'graduating class of 1934 who met Saturday right, '. "

April 14. are : '
:I First row (I-r)! Robert Calvin (Bobby) Johns. Nelson Faulkner Slncl lr'
L. (Jimmy) Peek Jr., Woodfin Halle, James Purvis Haien William nell YOURHOMEMAYNEEDr
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Iii'i ,1 Second row, tandlngft..esterAustln, WIIUam Rice (Billy) Parker AnnieLaura tt t-i
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,t jt te ) Tucker, Lula Jted ave. Marjorie Stump. Lots Long. Mary Pearce, \
Jessie Mae Dennlson. Helen Prather, Carolyn Hutto, and Norman Johns 1 \ A LITTLE ILE.L.Pr
Third rows Richard Thede, Sullivan Carter,Stella Idea Clemmons. Rhoda ;' : ;1.' "
Ziegler George Arwood. Kitty Hogsed Beatrice Miner, Dorothy Ritch and. tr
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Pauline Priest.
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I ,' Fourth ,row i, %.E. Wall. Silas R. Johns. Marguerite Prevatt.., Martha r't (,'i ;' 1,
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!, .. Louise Jackson'Dorothy Swambom and Joe Shuford. i % ,.:. \ ." \ '
''t Firth row:.Henry,,Godwin. Vera Gainey.Georgia Kathryn Haynes, Carlle. :, \ i 'r'ii", ( 1/, {!' i "
i\ I ,' Mae Faulkner, Lois Adkins. Lacy Futch. and Alta Rahmes. "", (,(",;,".
\ : .' \ Sixth row Fred Shaw Dorothy Turner, Mrs. Myrwin Long (Teacher,, .,
I.i '' Mra.l\'lyrtlce, Carpenter (Teachers Bunnie Canova and T. Clifford Hazen.' ., .i'; ,' 1 .;'rk 'r\;\'

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t ;.: Spring Carnival Sat .;\ ., I II". _
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I i."' Starke Church of God will be sponsor :" 11'
) ''ing a Men's Church League baa tour.
It. nament and a Spring Carnival Friday
and Saturday,'April,27 & 28;: ': '
\.jll) In tournament,there will'be six 3PIECEFISH t
teams playing the double elimination : r .,
games. There will also be a home-run
,':4 derby. All day Saturday there Will be 1 r k c .,
//1\\ a Spring"Family Fun Day"Carnival c
t/1 featuring a dunkin booth sponge DINNER
throw, clowns & 'clown faces, fishpond 4
'J"I. balloon throw ring toss, bean : .
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bag throw pony rides and a puppet I. i" : \..., : _
f, \. show.A special feature will be a country j : :i.o'i',""
I store.".There, will also'be friedchick6n : Io
'and HOPE ENERGY LOSS PREVENTION,
dinners concessions ,: : "

/. .' ,homemade The public'ice' Is cream.encouraged to come ,(, .::' get theworkdo&efor: youAndpayhalf! the cost,. :

.' out and support this worthy cause at I 1 ,

t It',Edwards Road ballfield.project All,the proceeds!youth ,I : ::i. Most home$ peed nJ: .P. I reflective ivindbfih nwalOlltlet;, ,

1 5 t? Involved with: 'M. < V: ; ,, ',: ,,; Because,9 out of 10, homes: I leak ,insulation gaskets, and energy-:

J? There Will be prizes and' .trophies.. ;j'/, windows doors saving inserts forj,jalousie windows.
*/ 'awarded to the winners. II I ',1 energy-arpund .
11''I'\ M p. ';1), '" ducts'andfou \A.un'tjust save on energy:
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Eastern'I'5Mr ''. }' .,', ( '., !. .', ;' ; other places; : cOsts.*FPL'Will l pay you up to $75, l ,,r. '

Supper' April 21\ : ynr",b1 'S..1I ''r'.11"' -; ;''h Thats why so many homeor one-halffthe trp H.E.LR: ,, '

i t : Starke chapter' ,;Nol; >3tH;; ;Order of( 'The Captain. ,has t great: cabn tot\J Vbo-O: big I\ \\1, 'owners have called for H.E.UR. packages'average' less than $IOO i 'J. .,;..",

': the Eastern Star will have a covered three-piece Fish Dinner Three golden brown '${ 99 y f 'io the last feW Weeks. '.- We'll even arrange to get.the f "''1\;\"
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Saturday April 2 at 7 fish fillets, natural-cut trench fries, : .
I : dish supper } I creamy < .J '
t p.m! in the Masonic Hall. ; ,;r: ,cole slaw,southern style hush puppies, .' : :,: H.E.L.P'with caulking and 'work done for buwnn'thaveto -' "'

All Masonsand, their families. are weatherstripping. H.E1.Ph. : Hftafin neaepttc>call us... : ," 'i -,

j I' Invited, .,.. to.attend.- fl'ior.a, Change" leaking i air conditioning ducts., So get'a httje H.E.L.R for'i'' ,

.. AM1a rhodl let S..Of'.Clt. *fi J.'. ,. ',/V Freeh Mmbd gofadwshpulChglgMoidr; "' :I H.EX.P, with, low-flow showeryour, home. From FRL ''' '', d; '::t. '!
luncheon April 2* w .J 'F.ICou'YwM; tb aN'J: ; mSotad i r' 'I T T. blankets Call toi1-fieee L i**rfk If ''. jn
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\ or beans may b4t Mjbrthjt .d far. trench kiss or pole ikrw with. any i ; I
'paetot"Ot the ,order v (Tan i.a sofcxi U1'.... .,.';t.( >/ \1,4 ", '* < ,,"
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1' Woman's Club Entertained_by BHS ;Jazz



I (' Band Plus Nutrition' Program- 'J ,",'I'.'''!\1a"'A','.w. ;. Social Side Of. The News. IOladys'Mooty J. .


w The Woman's Club of Starke were varied repairs and alterations to be ship to 140 women. -',. ,;.. : .. .. ,-. ...- .- .1 '
I given pointers on nutrition and entertained made were discussed by Mrs. R.A. Mrs. W.H. Thomson reported on I
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luncheon-meeting Wednesday, April The treasurer's report, given by 2500 trees and plants had been sold "- '
j 11, at the clubhouse.An Mrs. Millard Judd, chairman of the recently to beautify our community.A .
"April Showers" theme was carried Finance Committee, highlighted the new building Is underway at the Ha- I __ .
t out in the table decorations utilizing fund-raising' ventures for the past cienda Girls' Ranch, and the
tiny umbrellas and silver raindrops year where 14 projects were com Woman's Club of Starke will par-
combined with flowers in spring pleted and the profits were turned ticipate in raising funds for its. com '
shades.A over to the club's general fund. Each pletion. EHUREHNEW
special part of the program was of the vice-presidents gave a brief A resolution, concerning the pro i .
the appearanace of the eight-member report on the departments under her posed Starke-Bradford County Center I
BUS jazz band under the direction of jurisdiction commenting upon the ef- for Santa Fe Community College, fora Easter.Celebration i
i Mr. Woodfin. Their selections were forts expended during the past year. full-service, two-year college, Was St. Edward's
very well received by club members Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr., chairman of unanimously approved. Holy Week Services. At First Baptist '
i and guests. Following the salad luncheon the Nominating Committee, announced Mrs. Young concluded the ..
Lynda Steele of the Bradford the slate of officers for the coming by thapking the members for their Rev. Father Joseph Finlay, pastor' The First Baptist Church of Starke
Hospital Fitness Center, spoke on term: President Mrs. R.A. Green and cooperation throughout the past has scheduled the following specialservices has been planning a great Easter
nutrition, employing a "true and Jr.; 1st Vice-President, Mrs. D.W. year. in commemoration of Holy Celebration for over two months I "
: false" quiz. Ms. Steele announced the Whiff; 2nd Vice-President Mrs. Hostesses for the meeting were Week: Rain or shine there will be
formation of three month summer L.H. Jennings; 3rd Vice-President, Mrs. WH. Thomson, Mrs. Francis Holy Thursday: Evening'' Mass of Easter services and activities special
1J memberships at the center for the Mrs. J.W.Griffin; 4th Vice-President. Merlie Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd, Mrs.Earle the Lord's Supper,7 p.m.; Reconcilia long this coming Sunday.
convenience of students. Mrs. G.W. Roberts; Recording Kraft Mrs. F.E. Ahrhart, Mrs. Med- lion (Confession) 6 to 6:30: p.m. First Baptist Church will feature
I.' President Mrs. L.T. Young announced Secretary, Mrs. J.D. Warren; Corresponding ford Connelly, Mrs, J.F Dorko, Mrs. Good Friday: Stations of the Cross, special Easter music and the
i the restoration work to begin Secretary, Mrs. J.E. O.L. Beasley, Mrs. J.A. Griffin Mrs. 3 p.m.; Reconciliation (Confession) 6 messages from the pastor, Ben,
shortly on the clubhouse, made possible Byrd; Treasurer, Mrs. A.K. Carlisle.. J.E. Hitchcock, Mrs. A. Kerbawry to 6:30 p.m. Bryant, will be centered around the
:'1 by a generous loan to the club by The slate was elected unanimously. Mrs.J.W.Kincaid,Mrs. W.B. Mundy,,,, Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil Easter story. Special Bible teaching
two members,Miss Lillian Stump and Five new members were voted into Mrs. CH. Nasworthy, Mrs. E.R. Liturgy (Mass), 7:30: p.m.; Reconciliation for every age group will take place'
Mrs. John W. Griffin. The many! and the club, bringing the total member- Weaver, and Mrs. J.W. Griffin. (Confession) 6 to 6:45 p.m. during the Sunday school time at 9:43:
Easter Sunday: Masses at 8 and 10 Live ReenactmentOf ,
I a.m. a.m.For the children of Starke, First.
::1; CrucifixionOn Baptist is sponsoring an Easter egg

H Items of Interest hunt. The children's Easter egg hunt
;. Church of God'Presents Friday, April 20, First United will take place during Sunday school.
:. RENEW Methodist Church will be having a and CAUdren'sChurchi, .
: Attention... Kelly Mlskantc .(' Program Attended: Easter Cantata live re-enactment of the crucifixion At 7:30 p.m., First Baptist will be'
By Parishioners from 7:30 to 9 pm. This outdoor celebrating Easter with 'a musical.
't Class of 19741 1 Tom Gorman The choir of the Starke Church of presentation Is only part of a special presentation by our choirs.,'The times
f Announce EngagementRev. 1. The second Spring Training Session God will be presenting a special four-day observance of the sacrifice for all of our activities are as follows:
Correction The next organizational ,of the RENEW Program was held, Easter cantata Gone" and victory of Christ. 8:30 a.m.: Early. Morning Worship
.u, meeting will be held on April 29 and Mrs. Perry Francis Gorman Thursday night; April 12, at theGainesville Easter Sunday night at 6 p.m. under The observance begins on Thursday Service.
I'' instead of April 22, at 2 p.m. in the of Starke announce the engagement St. ,Augustine Student the direction of choir director David evening, April 19, with the presentation 9:45: a.m.: Sunday school. .
School Board conference room. of their son, Perry Thomas of Center. Kirkland. of "Celebrate Life" the musical 11:00 amI'R Worship Ser. ?
,'I All classmates are urged to attend Starke, to Kelly Lorene Miskanic, The Program was conducted by The church extends a warm hand of story of.the' life of Christ. Over 70 vice. : .
; so final plans for the reunion can be also of Starke. Tom Umlaut of Gainesville and Sister: welcome to come and worship with vocalists, narrators and instrumen- 7:30: p.m.: Evening Worship Ser.'
'. discussed Miss Miskanic is a 1984 graduate of Caroline of Williston: They explainedthe them. Walter F. Montz, pastor. talists participate in this very special vice. .
I Bradford High School. Kelly intendsto Importance of team spirit in accomplishing : story of Christ. Come and join' your friends and*
i go to Santa Fe Community Collegeto 'spiritual growth in the Saturday the activities continuewith neighbors as our community gather
Attention: get a degree in computers. She.is, parish. Some 100 clergy and an Easter egg hunt for the together to celebrate the Resurrection .'
Class of 1979.... now employed at the Western. Steer parishioners.from the area parishes Womon of St. Mark's children at Strickland's'campground of Jesus Christ .. :
Steakhouse. ,attended this meeting'consisting of at 1:30 p.m. All children, Stn grade :
... It's been five years! It's time to Mr. Gorman is a' 1982 graduate of, prayer, meditation, hymns and scrip' Have:Easter' Program and younger, are Invited.
make plans for the class reunion. AU Hardee County, High School and 'is' Jure readings.The meeting concludedwith Sunday morning begins with a very ''
interested '79 graduates meet at the employed as a correctional officer at. a tape recording of the Lord's President Mrs. Herbert Thomas special sunrise service at 7 a.m. at Easter Cantata Set ,
I I Western Steer Steakhouse for dinner RMC. Prayer,sung in perfect English' by presented a program,."Come Over to Firelane m at ''Kingsley Lake. At Kingsley: Lake '
; and meeting on April 30, at 7:30 p.m. The wedding Is to be held at Bayless Pope John Paul II. the Easter Side", at the Women of St. Everyone in the community Is invitedto
Highway Baptist Chuch, on June 10, Among St. Edward's,'parishioners- Mark's meeting in the Parish Houseon this very special moment with God Baptist Church .
at 3 p.m. The groom's father, Rev. j joining the pastor, Father Joseph April 10. Flossie Prescott gave the in the greatest of all cathedrals the
: Byron Bagwell Gorman, will officiate. Finlay,at this program were Barbara devotional on Lent. outdoors. At 9:45: a.m., there is a very The ''Adult Ctir'of the Kingsley
All friends and relatives are invitedto Conner, Toni Coss, Claudine Greenly, Mrs.Thomas notified the group the special children's Sunday school program Lake'Baptist Church..will'present a
Celebrates 12th Birthday come. Mary Cissy Allen Jones, Elois Jones, Ingathering for the ,UnitedThan in the Fellowship Hall.The pup- Resurrection,musical The Day Ha
!I Muriel Gilhooly, GerrI Phillips, Mary Offering will be May 6. pet ministry will be doing a special Wore My Crown'V"created'and. arranged
Donnie and Shirley Bagwell were Milton Bill Marchese, Cheryl presentation followed by the assembling ,;iy:iDavid; T.; 'ClysdaM. on'
i hosts at a party given at their home Charles Hutcheson Mollerup, Maura O'Neal Henry Old You Know........... of the Flower Cross. The worship Easter;/April22. at 7:30: 'p.m. .J/
i on S. Cherry Street Saturday evening, .Spell, Judy' Spell, Francis and. services will be at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Everyoneis? invited to come and
t April 14, in honor of their son, Speaker: at Homemakers ,Dolores Meng.Raiford Miss Michele McNeely of Lakeland Rev. Langer will be. preaching worship our risen Lord Vdtfr the people
Byron's, 12th birthday. Meeting April 12 ,spent last week visiting her grand- "Life!"lite 11 a.m.service will be In- ,of Kingstey.Lake Baptist Church.'

During the party hours of First Baptist ,'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert cluding.special music by, the choirs. The, church located. :;at i Kingsley''
7:30-10.00, 16 of Byron's friends enjoyed Charles Hutcheson of Clay Electric Homecoming April 29: .J .' Thomas; her mother, Mrs. Kathleen Lake on Highway i 1!. '
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music dancing ,,
screened which decorated on Co-Op presented a program at the '' "- .. McNeely, joined the family over the '...
porch was I '
I with streamers and balloons,ln a,, Bradford County Homemaker's Club The First Baptist Church of Ratford- weekend. ,
) and motif. ;L meeting on;[1'hUI'Sday..AprU 12; at the-i will have their homecoming Sunday, <
yellow Refreshmenta.ofchipeldipc4indj'des green : "f xDA* ricuHureBulldtng-( : :> |J! April 29. /All ',Jorrfter past is I G ", ,;,+ ,. ?ra 1F1 4M1 bpd tlI* Ai4itU( "(I'll 'JtOHWCTl" r
birthday" cake, aDd Cokes were"enj Hlr. Hutcfteson showjSf rn \ es giving -,' members and"friends ire invjtd ,tJ : \ .f ) I Itti -mos tsgnfrtlasl/ Tf A Kid bstelqmos Mli' 'C/;,'t,f!"''
the history of the company from )
joyed by all; come and enjoy this occasion; f V.\ l -t ,7 <
its beginning,before the days of elec .
A' basket lunch will served.at :, '.., '). "
tricity. Chris Anderson district ;'12:30: p.m. : if:: r4 : '' 'i 'l. I' 'II' If :. '. "
Stork Shower Honors manager, also gave an informativetalk There will be singing after lunch by. ,'. ;. :.': .. 1 I :. .' ." .
on how they worked to restore the Weeks Family and others.: v t; \:... .'_
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without power for 12-24 hours during '.'. ,1// fttoC '
i Mrs. George Browning was honored the recent storm. : :
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at a stork shower Saturday,March 17, After the meeting and program, a; Church of God I 11 ;
( given by Mrs. Marion Malone, Mrs. salad luncheon was served. Youth DepartmentYard I JEASTER.CELEBRATION.
: Connie Hinman, Mrs. Billie Hayes Following the luncheon several of. > ; '. \\-'t. .'1 '
s'- J", and Mrs. Debbie Browning at the the members took gifts they had, Sale April 21 ..I ,,r ...,:,5,.
home of the latter. made to the Whispering Pines Nursing ', '
The refreshment tables'were Home in Starke, including The Starke Church of God youth '
covered with lace cloths and centered crocheted rabbit pins for the 38: will be holding a garage sale Saturday I
with pink blue and yellow daisies women residents and cloth flower' April 21, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
,, and fern.Decorations were pastel cot lapel pins for the male residents. 'the building next door' to Badcock'
ors with the carousel pony theme. Pretty handmade Easter table ar Furniture. All proceeds going to a'

Punch, coffee, finger foods .and cake were also presented to, mission project. : ) .
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Games with prizes were enjoyed The next club meeting will be May ;f-, ;", .. .
during the party hours. 10 at 11 a.m. at the Agriculture'' ;W.T.. Weeks, U.D.C.. .; < '> 'II ,''i,';' ._' ,/' ,. ,.; .'.. !

The 19 guests included the Building in Starke where the Installation ;/To Meet 25 > .' ', atFIRST ." '. !..:.. f
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Carter of Jacksonville, mother-in-' 1 :' .' ..., .. ; :
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and grandmother,Mrs.MozeU Taylor will meet Wednesday, April 23, at 12 ': .,,/.. :
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of Starke. noon with a luncheon at the Western. ;
1 The hostesses presented the Mrs. Clay Whitcome of Sterling,. Steer Steakhouse. ., .' ':(' '. ;
4 honoree with a Maxi-TaxlatroUer as a Colo. Is visiting her brotherinlawand Hostesses will be Mrs. H.L. Speer. rp( ;, :
memento of the occasion. sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.S.''Peters Mrs. G J. McGriff.Sr.'and Mrs. R.A .1 at Kingsley Lake for two weeks. Green, Sr. Following the meeting theo .
Memorial Service will be held atf :. : ., t'MOF ; <'\'
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and Mrs. Sheryl Starkey of Tampa *, 422 N. SL'CIIIr 984-B445 :. ':. I:,1 '. .
William S.Peters waS on a business spent the weekend with Mrs.Janet : : .1!. ':. J. "I.I" .
F. Pastor
, trip April 3-11 in Italy. Turner and also visited their sister Waiter.F. Mash .:: 1'I. ., (;'. '.' __ ,. ', ,, .
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and aunt Mrs. Alice Barren in the ,
Col. ,and Mrs. Keith Berry 'of' Cove Geriatrics .Afssdss. Massif '" ;' .i ; "
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spend Easter weekend Sander Over-night guests Friday of Dr.and |tank .. ... ... .I pi I .,' ". .', .j'.,,
) parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Mrs. H.H. Adams were their grand- Ws4asdsy 7sst. .... 7:30.pi ; : \' ELI: ,1 i'

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all attended the Scottish Highland First United Methodist Church >
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,1 Jacksonville games at the Ed In'which White High their School grand-1 in / : Come and .Join Your, Friends. fii' N.l Neighbors, :?; I If

0 daughter, Maurie Dee Mclnnis participated We would like to invite. you to join with..us this weekend, ii .

i as well as in remembering the suffering, and.celebrate the J ,as. '

a.aas .aasa aiApast&icTfvth ''victory of.Jesus Christ, Lord and Savior' '. Our ",,
Community Gathers ,
" I It Together'' to CtiebrattThe

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, N.E. 2nd St.. lowtoy. Florida i 'ThurSday, April 19 Friday, April 20 J 'elu e tiOJestls' C .

,, Pubs EMM W. Srifkt "2-1303' CELEBRATE LIFE < Live re-enactment of the' ;t. i i [ ...j T r"i.'f INULI **.r ltJ ':..:: .

Sunday Mwntof. .f.',. .;; .ISAMSwfcyEMtnWanN 65 yoice choir,. CRUCIFIXION '. tEa I ; t I MH

..j. . ...1:30". 7:30 p.m, ; Nursery 7:30: pm-9 Courtyard IY' Service Regular Service Evening Service \
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Tkwttffy WwiMp . . 7:30 PM / 1";
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, Hwy If W; A W..MM* M44971Pastor 9:46 a.m....,.. . . .':. .-. ,,Special. children's program; I [ 'f., .. '(.Fellowship., ." Teaching for' Every ,Ag Group at 9' 5o.i.n.r; ',' :
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TammyBdldree and Wade Wink ler Honored at PartiesTammy ',, 'J !, r .i.I" W" '
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Batdrew. covered With, bright red tablecloths, with stuffed animals, birds and white" around the world filled with multi- wq MIS.: >IS.} Williams, maternal Ken Martin of Jacksonville, Mrs 4.
centered, with dipped wax-covered: doves. colored clustered ,.of wild grandmother tM groom amlJMrfl.
i nosegays Doug I<*Mpt) j'01' TWraftawee Mrs
Wad Wlnklor Honored bottles holding Netted candles, and The 12-toot oak serving tabl At Cook-out placed on the porch, patio and around draped at each end with handmade-. roadsides of Bradford County. Jack pnei, Mrs Qunicy.; Dean, Mrs. and Mrs Bobby Baker of Gaiawville
the pool. Portuguese cutwork runners. One Guests were greeted at the door by "
;' A delightful During the party hours,an on-going held a silver punch service the other'an Mrs. John Anderson and introduced
informal Pool-Patio- tournament table German china coffee ser to the honoree '
of tennis
was en antique her mother, Mrs. '
Porch Bar-B-Q cook-out was held in! joyed by the guests. vice. In the center was a brass and Charles Baldree and Mrs. Warren Happy Easter! '
!honor of
Tammy Baldree and Wade'Winkler The hostesses presented 'the silver chafing dish flanked by two tall Winkler, who were presented with
last Saturday night, April 14, honored couple with a heavy wood brass candlesticks holding large mauve cynbidium orchid corsages. You'll find the
at the new home of Ada and most complete selection of
Drew canister set as a memento of the. oc white tapers. The many assorted Assisting In serving were Lisa Red-
Reddish in Green Acres. Assisting as casion. sweets and delicacies were served on dish, Cathy Griffls, Jana Godwin, joyful Easter cards available at your
Co-host and hostesses for the evening. Invited to share this occasion: with 1 12 china plates of the hostesses' that Donna Hlcky, Shan Johns, ;Margaret 'Hallmark, store.
were Virginia'Jean and Randy Johns, Tammy and Wade were their parents were placed on golden brass liners Smith, Robin Wadsworth and Sherry v
'Anne ana John Miller, Joan Chitty Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldree andMr. and also on antique china plate stands Huggins. : 1 7L.H 4r '

and son, Randy, Nancy and George and Mrs., Warren Winkler and 60 ,and baskets. Interspersed among the Approximately 250 guests were Invited :
Roberts Dolores and J.C.' Wynn and young couples, which 'included serving pieces were collectors antique to call between the hour of 10 ,,
She Reddishes. members of the wedding party.: : -taStle cups and spoons from, and 12 o'clock. ,,Qut-of-town guests
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The party was centered around the .. ,
large lighted swimming pool and the _J A ERO i
patio and porch area. Seasonal flower Tommy Baldr v
arrangements of roses wild dogwood, o New Classes .Begin P
and amaryllis were placed at vantage Coffee Honor.
mints in the living and dining rooms U Apri!I 130 & May: 1

lad at other vantage points Miss Tammy Baldree, whose marriage STARKE,
hroughout the home Hanging to Wade Winkler will be an M&W T: : '
baskets of tropical ferns, flowering event of May 5, was complimented at : 'T&Th <'
t:actus: Swedish Ivy, and other plants a .Coffee Saturday morning at .the r ,/- x 6U5pm EpiscopalChurchlIUm, : .:
were used on the glassed-in porch, home of Mrs. Jerome, Johns on ,St Marks .
patio and pool area. i Crystal Lake. Co-hostesses were: KEYSTONE A: '
Appetizers of linger foods and dips Mrs. John D. Anderson, Mrs. Robert 1'' 1 }+ M&W ? .'T&Th 5
were served from several areas E. Biggs, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., / 9:30am: "' ;
throughout the home and patio area Mrs. J.E.Denmark, Mrs. E.E.Thorn / "y5:30pm:
before dinner. A delicious dinner of ton, and Mrs: Joseph Valinski; 10:45: am* (Keystone

barbecued chicken, ribs, and ham A profusion of wild flowers and 4:00: pm Woman's
with accompanying courses were foliage including iris, blueberry '45pm Club)
served buffet-style on the glassed-in chid, lily,violet,deer moss,, and algae ,Low level aerobics for seniors 41 nl.a awimar0.inn ,- ,
.porch:; Individual 'dining tables were were placed at points, of interest along 6 weeks '/.$25.00

Unlimited attendance af any or all, "
Joy-Carol..Balj', Qf thea. clo.; .... I

|<.nn.th Golson, Jr. Regiiter at Door'or Call : Clark'sLt, + ; : '. ,:

To Wed May 19 Dana Hatt, .Brorpte McFadtea .' 473-3784 or,47 -aloe I .''fo'

.. Edwardi Road at Bradford Square -

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bell of -q.-....", -
Starke announce the engagement and

approaching marriage of their 3 BIG' AYSThuriday19..
daughter .Joy-Carol, to.Kenneth R. ,
Golson Yr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- rEAGLEISPFlNG" Friday, April 20,

neth ,B Golson, Sr. of Forest, Park, Saturday, April,21.'
Ga.II'';
MissBeli is'a 1981 graduate: of Brad-

ford.High School and is presently I

tending Harding University, Searcy, '

Ark.'' ,, '
Mr. Golson is also attending. Har- r

ding University.' >, .
The wedding is.planned for May 19, .

at 4 p.m. In Keystone. ,Heights. City
Park., ,Sharon Crawford _
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Sharon Crawford,, ,
Philip Miller '
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Mr; and Mrs. Amos Crawford of 9anaD'
VINYL SAND CHAIR
Raiford announce engagement SOXPAN
and approaching marriage of their a epeMl control fen OWabla tlnyl M sturdy
daughter, Sharon DenIse to John IUM hMmpeo*MMy gnu. tubular gameFNdstarcarryhp

Philip Miller, II, son of Mr and Mrs. room. ,
George P. Ogletree, Jr. of Columbus> i.c i./

.. Ga.Mr. I
Miller Is a graduate of Brad-
"""': :: : ::: fiyrii igh. SuhoaL.aadpow < i.. '
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"member of the U.S.: Army and hiis" uoi. w,
j._ >" iI completed his in AIT training for computer -' r :.Lo t {tA, st+t..i ly4A ++Mtixt1.Albo Dui r7 trT7aIY9t f ra t.t., s.. vti" -

I analyst Indiana.
; Joy-Card Bell Miss Crawford Is attending the

I:'j-r ,ennethGoisenJr. Radiologic Technologist Training
: \i program of University Hospital of c Nr r I
h \;:.'y"" Jacksonville and will complete her '
\; ,I i "I junior year July 11. 1984. J
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e: ; : 'i: Saturday, .
"' ,1'# a.'i_ April 21 at 2 : in Madison
; "' pm. Street 7YOU .i
.f I ,W';.$.-.,,\ 10, I. Baptist Church ', r1 o.a.CHar YOUCER y i
a.o. tai 1 up n 5.71' a .
: No invitations are being sent locally -
; BERTHS ; all friends'' and relatives are In- Isb ao 150105 05. ENawa CLEANERS CAM CLEANERS
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vited to attend. i
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and Mrs. Larry Roberts an- Amber Marie Carmichael :
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pounce the birth of a son,Adam Troy yl .
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torn April 12, at Alachua General Mr. and Mrs Kenny Carmichael, of : I
flo pita Starke?, announce the birth of a ?
J Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 'daughter,Amber Marie,born April 11 \ 11
:/Htt. James F. Bloodworth of Starke. ''in Gainesville. She joins a brother 788 1 pap

,. itatemal.great grandmother is Mrs. Kenneth Earl.Maternal s.as' n.a 1.T?' S.St' SST SNORTS CHD E
Lucy Bloodworth of Gainesville: grandparents are Mr.and N two tr4b. ONa Mo.,
.Paternal grandparents are M.C. Mrs. Sam Griffis of Starke. Maternal uou rTAISUTI MUIUATIC ACRD AIR MATTRESS HEN'S ACTIVE WE AH, FASHION DENIM MANS LAONES TOPS OR SHORTS
:: CanonlM.d......oN4r.r K..ps down.a..Mn.n a)0".r2"f Wlo W msttr.M. W0%cotton Mrta fci a t' Man's cotton*amrn
toberts of Lake Butler and ,the late great grandparents are Mrs. laen ml ,'Pory/cottoo laps a Mao w/
NMroWpOpt.3Ib braf.On.a..on ,
IWylnNOLW.oola.arp./y/.otlonpa W.gMMg. back pocket aontretttoa atrtpe*.8-C'
Irs. Roberts Florence Dixon of Florahome and the
Mob w/Eanl.allnp atripea. treatmantTa-ail. *
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late Jack Dixon. .
I; Paternal grandparents are Gilbert
::1 i Alicia Michelle Paterson" Carmichael of Archer'and Norma
( Walker of Starke. Paternal' great''
Mr. and Mrs. Robert George paw grandparents are Mr. and MrS. Ray

:IOn, III, of Kingsley Lake, announce mond Williams,,Sr. of Hampton.
/ of a daughter, Alicia

,Michelle, born April" 10 in, ,Alachua. d .. Did You Know..........<,'> ..
General Hospital.

fl! Maternal grandmother js. Mrs. '- : ,- '
Olive Dell Ryder of.Gainesville' andreal 'Mrs. Carmon S. Bowers of''Fort -
,'' great aunt I&: Mrs.: ;Joe' E, Lauderdalo vacationing with'her
Wilson of Starke.'; V 'daughter -Mrs. R.G. Paterson. Jr. n.s,rsa V n.b.Tw.: 'I s.Sr 1 a.a"a.a a.o s.er1b"sn'
.' Paternal grandparents are Mr. and 'and family, : NosARQopti swig AtDs CHOICE MEN'S JOOQERS WOMEN'S SNEAKERS
Mrs. Robert George Paterson; Jr. of tI0 uM.bly1 IS 0rln whh Mod bbl em b.n0..p111 eu.o.NNMN.ylor CWMNH upper ruMMr Mot.
Starke. and great grandmother isMrs.'darmon Mrs. J.H. Fields,'who broke her hip hoesa9ysCn.bUNan; klp.d 1" Ml nrim ring,or trW M, upper*.acHen aoiea. 7-ti. 8al.yIn.gu I.10.
Stuart Bowers of, Fort 'in a fall recently has been moved to]

jauderdale. North,Florida' Special Care Center, 1
iJii 6700 liW 10th Place, Gainesville 38605-

:, Dorothy.' Eleanor. ;Bourgeois., Mrs. Rosa'Lee Green of Perrine is
;" spending this week with Mr:and Mrs.
'>:Patrick and Joan Bourgeois of Vail, R.G:Paterson, III, at Kingsley Lake.
Colo., announce ,the birth, ;of a The Paterson's Also have a* visitor'
.daughter-4. Dorothy Eleanor, born Mrs. Olive Dell Ryder of Gainesville.Mr .
:Xprils, in Santa Barbara Calif.: She
Wins a sister, Abby.age 2MkT .";' *. Gilbert Goldwire visited[ Mrs..
&;<:Paternal, grandparents:pre: W.P.> Earl McDaniel in Brunswick Ga.,last 13 47 44
and Dorothy Bourgeois ;of 'Sunday Thursday A.ai3STOS.a Asa.du ,. .
Maternal ) 1 a.s. exac. PFUCS NM. IM Reg.U' Itag. 1.I TTAtAMl
grandparents
Gainesville. SUN aLASR6 ) TOSS PILLOWS s00TTPAnw, TOWELS: BOYS'ACTIYS W1AR i TUM SOCKS SANDALS
kre Hineon and the late JuanitaHinaonofHempten. '' of Phoenix Ariz.,will
Henry 'Chase Hardy MM s pwu..t' e*Irom rb.Orba.ti.* 1M dhert*par roe ki rteDeMatl < IWylooltal Wrbecp. soy.'aW0.WINN with :YMN thenpS annNrr ,
., ,spend theweekend with hid parents. aww.,wlay "at 100poly.p.r Aba. epaitarm.Tliebetter'' a foe a..1u wl.aeM: trfeeiCho ,P.okaqu.ii A ,sap dwwreOln.AAll M M..
,:.,. o.t11"ifIt {::.'.: 'of'' y .. J. Mr,. and Mrs' Charles. Hardy, ana... Mw. : rlor pYloar wib,.bawl. Yq Pecs.,s xt
1 .Patrick A B
VVade ferrnan
;: 'jMrs; George'Lopsr''dr' Is'visiting
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Mr. and Mrs..Dess6' ,, Farown of her father; Benjamin Lodeski in .

Starke announce: the.birth of a sonf; Brookshaven.i, Pa. this week, who. lit .1
,Wade Batrick.'. born j,April,,14 -Wo' s 8
Alachua General Hospital. He joins a and e. : I 0 ,0 i TY EA 8,0, sj
,brother Joshua Kyle;age -.." ,of i lied cannel; Mrs Ind.; Warren and Mrs R.Saunders Robert; t, t, 24 EXp ,Color" .: OtfLY 12 Exp.:Color r; 9

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I t -Page.HA _, .. _TELEGRAPH. April 19,1XI' I .., :

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elites M1, + I '
''H. Hampton '" flQi.. :., .\ C r I i I, r.," ': .

--.-. Bruno and John Underwood Archey president presided at the as a squirrel I Jessica Fisher a robin'Teresa ;t Cyndee Lawrence,Millie, Galanos;and
Mrs. Garnet Studer big ;April '
prepared a 17
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by Dolores Meng meeting of the PTA held at the school. Wilson a David Arbutus Johnson. > t i ; ,
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; phone 468I9IS"Easter Sunday dinner for her grandchildren, Carrie Manning Lyn and Meng Harold; April Waters 18, Teresa Plans were made for the May Roberts, a red deer.sparrow Laurel;Sanfordwas They all enjoyed petting,.,the, nine
Gregory and Susan Page and Cheryl {'April Festival to be held at the school on rabbits brought to the party by
i' Party Saturday... Ann Williams of Jacksonville. June 19, Jerome Mitchell and Jeremy the Easter Fairy, and Raggedy young
Smith. Friday May 4, for the children. Rabbit was played by Mike Garner Teresa Meng. After playing games
': The Hampton Woman's Club is and Marlon Page of Jacksonvillewere Games will be played from 1 p.m. Until Everyone appreciated Mrs they accompanied Dolores Meng to
., i 'sponsoring an Easter egg hunt and also guests. They were Wedding Reception... 3 p.m. that day with popcorn and efforts in preparing her home where they' petted the
party on Saturday, April 21, at:2 p.m. celebrating Gregory's 19th t birthday. Barbara and Tom drinks available. During the evening this delightful play. The students also horses. Then they walked to the lake
t ii i All area children are invited to enjoy Eddie and Bernice Mott, Luchana: Rowley who barbecue chicken dinners will be sold enjoyed the play when it was before returning to Sallye's house.
married
and Sherri of Bradenton; visited were recently were honoredat
Ky.
; this party which will be held on the to the public. presented twice on Thursday for their They appreciated the nice packed
her sister and brother-in-law Teresa a wedding reception held at the
,\ Hampton Elementary School Peggy Stanwix-Hay added an extra benefit. lunches prepared by the cafeteria
Oasis
I I grounds. Besides eggs the Easter and Lawrence Meng, last week.They 14. Lounge Saturday night. April treat for those attending the PTA The Fourth grade class won the$10 ladles. Then they hunted Easter eggs
\ 'f(, bunny is expected to bring along also spent some time with her Besides cake meeting. She presented Mindy room count prize. Cake and Cokes and candy. They were all given
will be parents, Dewey and Bonnie Boone of wedding and champagne Seville's fourth grade class in little favors made
Ii special prizes. Another treat a a were enjoyed at the conclusion of the Easter Bunny by Sallye
!. free ride on the Hampton Fire Truck. Starke as well as other relatives and d'oeuvres, sandwiches were served. and"- hors play entitled "The Choosing of Easter meeting. and candy-filled plastic eggs for their
I friends here.Birthdays.. / kabbit". Characters were: Old Rabbit baskets Easter decorated cupcakes
"
i. Visitors... ... Guests Included. relatives and close Fletcher Rodgers; First Rabbit Kindergartners Enjoy Party.. made by Arbutus Johnson were givento

l i'!: Mr. and Mrs. Medford Connelly of friends. Josh Cruze; Second Rabbit, David Sallye Scoggins hosted an Easter each child before returning to
Hampton Lake enjoyed the two week April 8, Krista Nicole Fuqua; April Hampton Elementary Feezell; Third Rabbit Dana Hall; party for the kindergarten class last school.
I visit of their daughter and family 10, Melissa Kyle, Crystal Wilson and .School News Fourth Rabbit, William Price; Fifth Friday, April 13. Diane Loper brought 'Some of the other classes also en->
Carol and Bill Mark Emily who is 'Henry Stewart; April 11, Joseph Rabbit Mark Crawford The Forest the children by bus to the Scoggins joyed the Easter parties given by
three and five-week-old Stephanie.. Miller:; April 12, Tonya Taylor; April pTA Meeting 'Ield..: Creatures were played by Wayne home early in the morning. They ,their teachers and some parents at .
I They have returned to their home in 13. Mildred Williams; April 16, Lisa, On Thursday night April 12, Judy Kerachner as a bear Regina Padgett were accompanied by their teacher, the school on Friday. ; ,

:' St. Paul Minnesota, following a fun .
'filled vacation with some lovely 1 .'

1 weather here. ALL ITEMS & PRICES GOOD,THURSDAY, APRIL. 19 .' '
\ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tank of Q ? '.
% 1 THRU WEDNESDAY APRIL 25. 1984. .
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\ ; Chicago enjoyed last weekend with __ .<
long time friends Medford and Patty / l .
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Connelly. "
I Mrs. Norma Melton returned home 0 ; ,
I last week from 10 weeks visit with
relatives and friends. She first visited ....
i' with her son and family Leonard and ,
i Kathy Melton in Baxton, Ga. Among r;,'
\ ': those she visited in Cincinnati, Ohio, $$ ,,' 'f'."
I were her niece and nephew Charlie 1
and Dorothy Tendall. She then flew to \Z \w q lN
California where she visited her

I t i: daughter and family Joyce Mills in
Mrs.
I Inglewood. Upon arriving home
i I Melton was surprised to see the storm .Idva,'1
, I damage done around her home andS -v 1
I neighboring areas, but thankful that
was safe.
everyone
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r I Pvt. John P. Miller II LIMIT PLEASE -, ,:

J : Completes Basic Training -TENDER TASTY SHANK PORTIONHickory '

I Army Pvt. John P. Miller, II,son ofT : -
Edna N. Ogletree of Starke has completed .
i basic training at Fort Knox -C JENOQ. t wra.
ky. M..r.UY4 q

: the training, students CRISP N' TASTY ,
receive instruction in drill and ..... I..ed.

t ceremonies, weapons map reading \ PIZZA
tactics military courtesy military '
justice, first aid, and Army history t

I r .,' and Pvt.traditions.Miller is a 1982 graduate of Hams L R y 99 w ?e i
\ Bradford School.
I High BUTT "TC3K ,V k
I t PORTON m SP LB

Staff Sgt. Bernard Kirley U.8.D.A. TOP CHOICE
'y
; Graduates NonCom.School. a 'yy
69 -
BONELESS RIB EYE $3' "
Staff Sgt. Bernard E. Kirley, son of WHOLE THE BAQ EXCELLENT FOR EASTER DINNER CHOCOLATE.VANILLA,BANANA,VARIETY CHOCOLATED(
,
I I Bernard Sr. of San Jose CARAMEL, CHOCOLATEVANILLAJELLO
Kirley ,
; (FAMILY PACK MB BYE STEAKB OR HALF RB EVE n.ggPERUI) .. .
t; Calif., has graduated from the Air 1 t'' PUDDING POPS '.' r o a,$10.. .
I Force non-commissioned officer PURE FLORIDA ::1 PEAS,CUT CORN.MIXED VEGETABLES CUT BEANS: '
rt-, leadership school at Bergstrom: Air HA1FOAL. $ 30 B1RDSEYE VEGETABLES 1 79
Force Base Texas. His wife Anna is PANTRY PRIDE ORAN.OUICE., :.U
;": :t;;? a ,. CTN. BROCCOLI CUTS OR CAULIFLOWER
':i Y the Starke.daughter of Carrie Sellers of ITALIAN ul\: ;" : ,BIRDSEYE VEGETABLES I _, ?8G

.,;' AXELRODS R1QP1TA C r;E$ aLB $2 89. ri HOCOLATE, ., .r :,
1 ..x.I\I.1\ ""* EJu'It..JI.e, ., ;; .
\ 'BUTTERMILK OR BUTTER TATIN' ,
?,Wadding Couple. ,, : .. t., ;"'" "IJfIt : 'V.irll -j.: .ill f1 ).
'"' ," BISCOf ,"
t GIven Rehearsal' DInner ..: : HUNGRY JACK jx
J "SBREAKSTONE'S t .
Box CUP ; o ;-s k ;
Trade Denton and Randy Alvarez .
were given a cookout supper Friday SOUR tEAM Ii .: ,... 99 ; r rn
night following their wedding rehearsal
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BONELESS '
at the home of the bride-elect's '

parents, Rev.and Mrs. Don Denton of. AGAR or WIFT CANNEDHAMS, ,.3 A .$589PJi'
keystone Heights with the '
prospec. .;\
I tive groom's parents Mr. and Mrs.

i Owen Alvarez as co-hosts.
Dining tables were set up on the DOP.fr

i patio and deck of the pool. .
The young couple presented gifts to I eI
I their attendants during the evening.

Among the approximately 60 atten- Flee Strawberries ; .
'
ding were the wedding party and out- i.T i.y '

of-town guests. ,

.. 39ALLBREAeTMlAT
Trade Denton $1 .5 88
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Shower Honoree i : 0 ?I q .f "
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\ w .ica* i'S LOAFy /riul or:: .1..J.''J.it '
Tracie Denton bride-elect was S ..;,
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looMEet 4' II:t\. ,_(,,JIIII .
,honored at a bridal shower Thursday d
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night April 12, given by Mrs. A.B. WI CHEESE
.: .; ,,!'" y .\ !, ),'". -
Whitehead Sr. Mrs.A.B. Whitehead, "
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FME8H BAKCO WHlT1l. 4J.H -'
Jr., Mrs. Frank Durrance, Mrs.Dick ,, '
-- 6,94. ,'
Sapp, Mrs.Leonard Moore Mrs.Jimmy NVlESTYLESI ,. 11. F'f'
I Thornton Mrs. Bonnie Padgett. 5/$1 f.; ,
Mrs. Rudolph,Hutcheson, Mrs. Den- iiAVELNORANGES ::
nis Burkhalter, Mrs. Tommy Outlaw SANDWICH SLICED
and Mrs. Mark Moody at the home of '
the latter. ,COCINTRYHAM ;
The gift table was covered with a GOLDEN RIPE ,1{[' I tfr*
white linen cloth and centered with a .',.i .2'3'' ,I r
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peach silk floral arrangement. The BANANAS. ..r.
I *4 THE 8CRVICK DCU- 1
r' food table and punch tables in the din '. La. ,BAKERY: STOHCQ ONLY
ing room were covered with blue linen HALF POUND .
Cloths and held blue and peach silk : :
,I floral arrangements.. Silver trays NORTHWESTERN
;I were used in serving sandwiches dip
I and chip hors d'oeuvres and sweets. SWEET' PEARS. LB' ,
I Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr. and Mrs. r. 490'w
+ Don Denton were presented with pink .
silk corsages and the bride-elect was .
11 \ : ;
given a white silk corsage. The '
t) honoree was also given a handmade
.' 1
book from the hostesses
: memento .
made by. Mrs. Frank Durrance .andMiss 'HOT DOG ROLLS .. '. 4 O!," .8/784?

Connie Moody. LIBB S I Boa '320zP'RESHBROIIM.D8WNIES. 'cl\

Approximately occasion. 30 guests enjoyed IJI DEV.MPI'I'E; .. .. .. 'f .; f/4l@9, *
!i-I the TL1h MTG .NDTO''T?: :- ;', w'h,..:. '. '

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aAR-QDECHICK 1.
Bradford County Middle School EN ,,fir ."':,., ,'l1hGF2", .. ,r1
and all elementary school*, 4sa
.......,.April B-MwUuoul ft ChMM,peanul but. VIVA NAPKINS > :i'1 'PRaitcii'gm&TAX> .. ,. ,89; *'
i t tar* hooey sandwich, green beana. ..ppIMaI -, HK COMVBMpKED.'HOT OH MKHXAH < \ .

'! milk.T.wday.bmm. .,April garden M-BarbcciM aalad CMckra balvaa.on milk.Wnlnwda Bun.. ,baked KftAFT.-aSAUCE... ,." .....8.8. SSJfT 0',CLOCK ,.' :> f 4 ',' '.us, f 18* "

,: April ; :3MMtt:;; W/M_t Sauce, \
slaw., fruit (loot rolls. A8 ..DtustoN on DBOOMATOR 'I" '
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chMM sax cabbage cup *: ro-q r '
milk.Thw. 'Blanket. SCOTT TOW LS" rof '59. -e. ''. 'r 9g
..Uy*April -PItI la tlM rid
tomato ,iwwrt poUlow,fruit Jallo,cookkvmilk.
gravy
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I Bradford County UIgd School 1(4( \ ..tI f

....... buttarad, ,
riH.mkurger'gravy
April .
HOT,con,fruit cinnamon roll,milk. ', ,,, .,'
I 'heMa ..... ..-.aan-.. chicken oo bun, s1 I I '
: 'trench lrlea, frail cup coofci.milk.W .' l :J O.F'F : .
I .*.....,. April ta-Maewooi chew, spiced \ 1'II'JUCI \.
ham Mndwkh, eabba tlaw. appleuuc?. but-. '
; teiacoteh.......... Mtnu ..w ; r Y.I'.oitmmG Mrt'il'l : '" i" ',rwni\'I : : :
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l 0; Thursday tout ulad.April uiawlxcry all i\eak., milk.Krtdr. .,I ICE.II. ............ I I ,11'ior; mmi nuAvcmss ',I
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WlobUy.. spring colors enhanced with daisies. 2 p.m. for thelr'prack*. After; rpra'-1\\ Ice cream for dessert and later in the Denver Colo. former residents of her \
Joseph D. Luke of Best man'was Bryan Camp,brother Lice, the church, had a enjoyed" evening they all had dinner at the Lawtey. called! on Mrs. Fred Moore prayers"are Mother Mrs.with them.Susie Williams" Our.
Married March 30 the bride and the usher was Paul them and they really ; I Western Steer Steakhouse In Starke. on Saturday afternoon. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson wentto
McKinney'groom'a brother. Kendall themselves.'Personals..
Mrs Juanita Harper of Starke wasa Mrs Genelle Underwood and
son Atlanta, Ga. to visit their daughter
Joseph David Luke and Deborah Mobley Christina was ring-bearer and ... Friday dinner guest of her mother Michael, of Green Mrs. Wendle Smith and granddaughter
Mobley was the noVltiI'IIrI. Mrs. Carl parents.
Prevatt.
Camp spent Saturday with her
Mobley
nags March 30 were at united Grace in mar Mr. and Mrs Joseph. D. Luke are,. Recently J.E. Workman,Jr.,S.C.F. Mr. and Mrs. Moody Collins and and Mrs. Earl Prevatt. Tuesday. ,Elizabeth Elizabeth will Smith home until
United come
Methodist presently. residing Lawtey. Mgr./PM of the Jacksonville ,Mail family of Jacksonville visited their Friends of Mrs. Flossie Rosier
Church In Lawtey Rev ., .,' .' .' ,. .' I I Center are with them for a few days.
James Tompkins announced the appointment of parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves in happy to learn that she was able to Mr. and Mrs. Danny Waters
Performed a
ceremony the Mildred K. Tye to the position of Starke come home from Bradford Hospital slumber party for their daughter gave ,
The J bride? to the daughter of Mr.and .14.Postmaster of Lawtey.effective April Gainesville Lynn Boch and children of on April 9. Our prayers are with her. Erin, Friday night for her Oth birth
Mrs. were Sunday dinner Mrs. Willie Mae Ughtfoot and her
Franklyn
D. day. Those
Camp Of Lawtey; ... We are happy to report that Frank guests of his Mrs. daughter Mrs. attending were Jackie
The groom Is the ton f of Mrs mother Daisy Helen Roberts,of Fort Anderson,Starke Shane Grlffls,Erin
Elizabeth Crawford of Starke. by Elizabeth Terry.-- '' Norman Bradford was able to come' home from Boch and grandmother, Mrs Nellie Lauderdale spent a few days with her WUIcerson Karla Felton, Jennifer
The bride wore a gown of off-white phone 782-330S Hospital' April 2. Our Wilkinson. mother Mrs. Route Reddish. HagaMi, Padgett,, all Lawtey.'
chiffon and lace adorned prayers are with him. T.M.C. Wayne and Sandy.GusUfson Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell were They had. hamburger cook-out Fri
bouquet Daisies and yellow by a daisy Church Activities.... Saturday, April 14 Mrs. 'Mildred and family of Sub Base Kings Bay Sunday dinner guests of their son-in- day night Saturday morning: at It
themums enhanced chrysan.. The United Methodist" Women's Tye entertained" with a family birth- Ga.,visited her parents, Mr.and Mrs. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. a.m., they took them to McDonald'sfor
Maid of honor Paula McKin- Thrift Shop had a good day at the daughters JuimettaeT a awned grand Bill Mr.Dobbs and,on Sunday afternoon David Kelly and sons Justin and an early lunch.
nay sister of the groom. Bridesmaids church on Saturday APril 14. Tracey Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Brannon Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Harold Starling attended -,
Talfey. The Talley's are ''from Callahan visited her sister Mrs.Cecil Mrs. J.D. at home In
were Lisa The Junior Choir CJI Kelly was the birthday dinner for their
Tyce and
Davis of MtrrSu, Their Tracie ,List Church met Saturday Evergreen afternoon Bap at Jacksonville and John C.Tyei Jr;was Hardee on Monday afternoon April 2. Lawtey for the weekend. At presentshe sister; Mrs. Lovey Shaw at her
gowns were of from Starke.
They enjoyed cake. and Mr. and Mrs. George Arwood of Is at Chiefland helping to nurse daughter's home Mr. and Mrs.

Johnny Outlaw at LaCrosse.She was


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Robert G, Thrasher

,I'Graduates, Specialist. Course

Airman tat Class Robert O,
Thrasher son of Alan J. Thrasher of
SUNDAY Laceyville Pa. and Jean M. Rowleyof
Hampton has graduated from the
U.S. Air Force telecommunications
control course at Kecsler Air I
NORMAL ,STORE HOURS Force Base Miss. .
Graduates of the 26-week:course
learned bow to monitor and analyzethe
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u.SD.A.'GRADE A NON-BASTED, MEAT telecommunications circuits. They
10 TO 14 LBS also earned credits toward an
associate degree in'applied sciencethrough
Young the Community College of the
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,-e PAHTTFLAKE o fCQ.07fEIRl.EAF ARLLS Air Force. "
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through the season with a perfect 10-0 Ing. now 2.1, allowed 12 hits. tournament this week at Clay, High.
record in district play with an 8-5 win Four Baker singles! opened a 2-0 Keystone is also 7-3 going Into;the \
t tt over Clay High .last Friday. lead in the first inning. district, but Is third seeded, ,because
Winning the Clay game landed With two out in the fifth Bradford Clay scored more runs. 'f,
I Bradford a number one seed in the went up 3-2 when John David Francis The win put Bradford 10-9 overall
District 8,. Class 2A tournament to singled and went to third when a but 10-0 in Class 2A district play and

? ., begin at Clay next Wednesday. BHs pickoff throw was off the mark. Hal top seeded In the upcoming district
hasp first round bye and will face the Wood's RBI single to right scored tournament.
With Wood base Robert four in the
winner of the Union-Hawthorne game Francis. on Bradford's runs second
4 Thursday at 4' seeded Carver walked and both scored on Andy came with two out. Doug Samons
plays IPnterlachen Wednes Chaff's double to left center. doubled, Jason Bennett walked-and
: day.Keystone The winner of that game will. Baker tied it 3-3 in the sixth with Steve Jones, designated hitter for pit-
play second seeded ,Clay at. 1 p.m. two out on three singles and a stolen cher Brown, got an RBI single which
Thursday. base. scored Samons and put Bennett on se-
A rather peculiar note about the Left fielder Francis and catcher cond. A John David Francis single
BHS overall 10-10 season record: All Robert Carver were 2-for-4 for Brad loaded the bases. Hal Wood's 2-RBI
: wins have been within ford. Chaff was l-for-3 with his 2 RBI single then scored Bennett and Jones,
of Bradford's
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: the district and all of Bradford'slosses double. Hal Wood was 1-for-4 with his and Francis scored on a wild cut-off
have been outside the district. RBI single. Jason Bennett was, also throw to third base,

; ::4 BUS did not win a non-district game l-for-4.
Two more.BHS runs in the top of the
during the entire season.
During the week's play the Tor- Bradford 8 Clay 5 third came when Richie Fender led
off with a and scored
nadoes lost to Baker 5-3 last Thursday Junior hurler Gerald Brown tossed singlef on MikeChappell's
and Middleburg ..2'Tuesday.Middleburg < a five hitter at district rival Clay Highin RBI double. Chappell went
Green Cove Springs., last Friday to third on a passed ball and scored on
Bradford 2 April 17, for an 8-5 win. "' : .Jason Bennett's slow roller ,to third

"It was Just one those days l" says The Tornado nine got off to an early.' base.The two runs put BHS up 6-0 but
r BHS Baseball Coach Mike Hartley, 4-0 lead in the second inning and Clay came back in the bottom 0the/
P x *M s !r%" +M+i "Two of their runs were unearned. never trailed Clay. Brown, 3-3. went third to make it 6-2. 1-? -'- '
"btL r r. BUS had a chance to come back all the way allowing 5 hits strikingout BUS added two more runs to go up
t. Photos by Mark Frledll from the two point deficit in the sixth S and walking 11. Coach Mike .8-2 in the fourth inning when,with two
Inning. With the bases loaded and two Hartley stayed home with the flu, out, Richie Fender walked and Mike
and said it Chappell homered, the ball going 340
Mike Chappell went but was was probably'a good thinghe
i aQR aw i t I' +s"i"B 1 rA'Ci 4 d D',d G l 'a i d" A.1tlJJ '''4'J P da outs struck, out and the game went up into the wasn't at the game to see the 11 feet to left center > '
7 walks. David Johnson's 3-run homer In the
fin inning. Chappell hit a home run
: earlier in the week against Clay. The BHS win'' left Clay 7-3 and se sixth made it 8-$. '

"We didn't play very good defense

Out at .Home... and we made too many base runner
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Above: BUS catcher Robert Carver Leading hitters for BHS were Tony
'A 1 (left) gets this Clay runner out on a Diggs 2-of-3. Jimmy Shoening 2-of-3 Jiiie Va&t SETTLESMON.SAT.
"' c squeeic play from third base. The with two doubles, Robert Carver
g batter (right) was Insturcted to bunt l-of-2, and Jason Bennett l-of-3. DwAtte srottES '
the ball, but missed and the rushing The loss went to pitcher ,Richie HARDWARE
r : ''' a, +' 1\' ,. runner from third was outed. '' by Fender, who stayed in the entire 8-6

Carver < game. SUNDAY 10-5 301 South Starfct 964-4642 .
BUS out-hit the Broncos 6-4, but
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Baker 3 BIIS 3 Easter

Big Swing... Three straight Tornado errors in
the ninth Inning gave Class 2A Baker LILIES
Left: Mike Chappell gets the wood High a 5-3 win over,host Bradford.
''i on the ball on this one for a fifth Inning High last 16. Approx. 8 buds or blooms a -

home run against Clay High last Fri With the score knotted 3-3. Bakers Foiled wrapped with bow

day. wed the two winning runs when the
leadoff batter singled and the ball got' $8.50

Mrs' + i ''r11 BUS beat Clay Friday. completing past Bradford leftfielder John David : ,
:a ...e ; a perfect ..... record district play. Francis advancing the batter to second -
? The perfect record assures BUS a, base. Baker followed with two P.d .
"' "J '4, 2 ii bunts both of which mishandled
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second over the first basemari'sltead.
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spelled a loss for the Tornado nine.
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Baker's Crummey was the winning r?:

pitcher limiting Bradford_ to seven ,

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the Starke men's church Softball 15O ( .
league single elimination round-robin Gracolaptl.. '250 401 0 12 ,. J:", '

tournament, after beating runner-up Star 000, tie 5 4 '-I::".r:' '. MUMS 3 Gal.Container,.,:,
First Methodist 17-1 in the championship Grace leading hitters: Duncan-for-3 i'
game. with a Irlpl. Hall 3-for-S wllh a double \ For Easter :;,
McClvllan 2 for 4 with a hom. .
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REBATE $ 1 1'WII"
The tournament was a week before Star. leading hlllers: Crosby 3-lor-4. $995 g99 ,

most city Softball and, baseball Alvar 3-for-4, Johnson 2-for-3. ON AN BHP LAWN TRACT WltNILY$1549.98 AFTER REBATE.,
leagues began regular season play,
which started Monday, Air Park 420 000 4 .AfuNSoMnchslde PMrIes 6ap.ed frans,
First Mthod! 440 U2 4 23 .discharge mowar ...-not a friction dlllk\\;
Electric Mart Mandard ". ,
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Air Park leading hitlers: Fowler 2-lor-3. ,. /
Grace took the tournament title Brlggs&StraltonvibraWonlsotalsd Axle mowridmaw. ? t-
First Malhodlsl' leading hltlvrs Thomas e
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beating New River 20-7 in the I
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first round then the Stars 124 in the ,
with a homer, Durban 3 for-J wllh two
second round,which paired them with ... ,
the Methodist team. "

Grace held'First Methodist to only Final Game: ,.IffEl "" ,, ; 1 t tY a

four hits during the final game, Grace Croc 202 oil 9 17 MOW AVAILABLE AT

rolled in nine runs in the seventh Inn- First Methodllt 000 100 0 I -
ing to assure the win. H Grace leading hilt.? ...: J. Johnson STARKE JWER, (EQUIPMENT' 'I MECnANIc. 'E seEN'7f'
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3-for-5 with a homi, C.yJohnion 2-for-5{ Walnut. St. ,t ; ,:. f ',iJ'f r .
with a trlpl.. Stark *',$, < n r IA'),; "' \" mat

Results: "' Mvthodlsl Lading hitters: Alday 1 1-for-3 904/,64.$54$, Sufpfltt

First Round: ', with a double. OMnbuMd TMgpen OmrOutor*.\nIt,Bon IM.Tition..GA 317...CfIIleu( >3sa-13M.Mthough every tfeder hw;: tau'c
'*. -1OUIiy noMiedvlXKoNMomemlnndueldeMnmw. peHtoptte nyou..r.ct doe not.Me +
Croc 273 224 20 .... naewrWIse.01 eel("2')3U.13IIIfDr0I."W." i ouarenu*MMoueie Mock M stiver dml, pnce.

New River 010 141 0 07 ,...- : : 2'

Grace leading hitter*: Boon 2-for-4 L n
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with a triple. Warren 4'orwith a triple 3pppheiSteel '
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1" 'R 'pitrJ4r. Bradford High boy's track team tionable whether tie'fl be ready for the 880 yard fun: Vanholl (LW) 201,84: ,
took 10th place at the 17th Annual district meet," said Loper. Hawkins' (OV) 2:04.95: ; Robertson (SA) :, }s
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fw'rr drt Invitational Track meet last High point boy in the meet was 3068): 1 1 te Ll43tF11fr
Friday in Starke. Kevin Grant from Ocala Forest with Mile medley relay: Forest 3:37.66: dj
The boys took the 10th place among 16.5'points. Vanguard 3:38.: ...., Santa .'3:40.75.
16 schools of all
classifications. 220 yard dash Davis ((OFf 21.88, new
Keystone Heights was just behind Result (First through third): meet record; !flail (E) 22.84; Oliver (HC)
Bradford in 11th place with 12 points. Shot put: McKinney (Lee) 48'1,25; 23.1). .
Ocala Forest took first place with 85 Blackmon (JC) 47'O.S; Cultiberl ((1)46'6.I) Two mile runt Domfcrowlkl! (M) 9:55: ; '
points followed by Vanguard with 52 High |lump: Cenltng (OF) 6'2; Scalff. (OV) Groilono (KH) 10. :10. Robertson (SA) $ I
points. Other schools finished in the 6'0; Broxle (JC) 6'0. \ 10:13.66. ,ri
following order: Eastside 42, In- Long Jump: Jacob (OV) 201); Lane Mile relaVSonIa; ft 3:25.97; new m..t .
terlachen 35, Lake Weir 32, Santa Fe (BHS) 20'): Coleman (OF) 1f5: record: Eastside 3::28.41; Forest 3:31.70. I
21 30, St. Augustine 26,Jefferson County Triple |lump: Jacob (OF) 44'9;'. Roberts Discus; Blackmon (JC) 147825;, Wells ,
Lee 19, Bradford IS, Keystone 12, (lW) 41'6; Anthony (E) 4V5. (OF), 129'11; Wacho (KH) 124't.
Bishop Kenny 11, Middleburz 8, Live Pole vault: Oil (LW) 13'6, new meet
Oak B, Hamilton County 4, St,Johns 0. record; Andrews (l) 11'6, Horner. (OF) Bradford took fifth place in the mile
116. relay with a 3:32.91: ; Members of that
Four Invitational records were set. 120 yard high hurdles; While (SF) 14 44.; team were Paul McKinney Lax
Events that records were set in were Robinson (E) 14.64: Grant (OF) 15.13.' Sanders, Robert Bellamy, and Brad '
the spring medley relay, 220 yard 100 yard dash: Green (SA) 9.74; Davis Russell ,,'
I dash, mile relay and the pole vault. (OF) 10.06: Walker (E) 10.19. ,, -
, "So many of the events were outstan ,Mle! run: Vanholf (LW) 4:38.24; Robertson Alan Stokes placed fourth in the
t ding and as competitive as you could' (SA) 4:39.06; Evans (OF)43990. discus throw with a distance of 120'2 .t
i I Ii expect," said BHS Track Coach 440 yard relay: Forest 43.24, Eastiide. feet. Robert Bellamy took fifth placein i '"
II George Loper. "Eric Lane being out 43.60: Inlelochen 43.95. the high Jump with a leap of S'lo. iI ,.,:'<' ,I'"
I really hurt us too." 440 yard dash Dun ,(SF) 50.35.: Tony Hill placed fifth in the 330 Intermediate -
I Cheryl' Bogle Lane, Bradford short distance Carnegie (OF) 50 S3; Carwlse (LO) 50,99. hurdles with a time of ,
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, speedster, pull his ham string in the 330 Int. Hurdles: Conant (OF40.02) ; 44.24, Winning. time in that event was / ;/
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11th place among 16 schools at the minutes. 5,0, Bryant (SA) 4'8. *' ? SI Augustine 4i44.77i, ; :, Lake Well14:47.28. ;. ,. ,'" 'r.' : "' "
17th Annual Bradford Invitational High point girl in the meet was Long |lump; King (L) 167; Jacobs, (OV) 220 yard daah: Polite (lO) 25.21; Ber, .,1';,< ,.,-I. ", ,. I, I. ;. ..,
Track meet last Friday,in Starke. Brenda'Mills from Lake Weir with 16/1: Dotihchay (KH) 157 'i' nard (OV) 26.35, Hawk (lW) 26.59. ) .. I" .. .. .
Lake Weir won in the girls competi- 15.3 points. Mills took fifth places in Discus: How. (BK) 113'10: Archie (I) Two mile run: Tonnohlll) (OV) 25.38: ; '
tion with 64 points ,followed -by the discus high jump, along with first 103'3.3. Slngletary (HC102'11.: Moffat (BK) 123959, Albrltloir (LO) Off and Running.... '
Keystone Heights, in second place places in the 440 dash. She was also on 110 high hurdles; Adams (KH) 16.34.. 12:46.00.:
with points. The rest of the schools placing medley and mile relay teams. Hulchlnson ((1)I) 16.56; Lewis (OF) 16.85. Mile relay: lIv. Oak 41571: Lok. Weir Tony Hill gets off the"starting blocks during the Bradford Invitational
finished in the following order: Live Bradford runners that placed In the '100 yard dash Terry, ,(LW) 11.34. 4:20.43, Keysfdne 3020.. Friday. '
Oak 40, Ocala Vanguard 33, In- top six are: Cheryl Bode sixth in the Johnson (IO)'11.49; Bernard (OV) 11.53. "Most ol the events were as exciting as The Bradford boys placed 10th among 16 teams and the girls placed 11th
terlachen 82, Hamilton County 24, mile run in 6:03.95: minutes and the Mile rum Dlstefano (LW) 5:41.27, llvIngtlon ( predicted" says Bradford Track Coach among 14 schools; '"
Ocala Forest 23, Bishop Kenny 21, St, two mile run in 13:37.28. A BHS mile (OV) 41.73: ; Gossot (BK) 3.46.45.: Gorge Loper The was the 17th running of the Bradford Invitational.
Augustine 19, Jefferson County w, relay team of Sylvia Green, Linda 440 yard relayLak.! Weir 50.32,' Live
Bradford, St. Johns 9, Lee 7, Santa DeWitt, Carol ,Fussell and Michelle Oak 50.53, Hamilton 51.63. .
Fe 7. ,Kimutis took sixth place with a time 440 yard 'doth Mill (LW) 60.83 GOLD KISTYOUR.
? One highlight for the Bradford girls of 4:37.23: Ootschay (KH) 61.41; Droylon (OF) 65.78.
was personal record set'by Tammy '. 330 low hurdles: Adams (KH) 49.74:
Mann in the discus throw. Mann took Results (First through third: Johnson (OF) 31.09;Williams (HC) 52.:59.
fourth place with a throw of 00'5.25 Shot put: Archl.' ((1)I) 347.9:,, Crawford 880 yard run: Brammer (KH) 35.74: ; .
feet. Michelle Kimutis also took a "..- (LW) 34'6, Randolph (HC) 33'10:....' "i Klmulls (BHS) 2:39.73: : Lowe (OF) 43.60.. : .
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Well, it takes about eight hours of hard work by some 50 volunteers. That doesn't count I IL
endless hours and months of planning by Coach George Loper before the year's biggest running .

j j event can take place. Coach Loper. acted as head Judge, timers and was in charge of
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Main helper was Buddy Revels, who was the starter and clerk, meaning he lined up the
entrants and explained the rules for every running event. The pace of the meet depended on
Buddy Revels and how fast the administrators acting as timers got the hurdles in place:
,Working as timers and hurdle movers were administrators Jim Duncan, Charles Hall,, ". Mfr
v Dewey McKinney, Bill McRae,and teachers Jerry PetrelUv George Bowen, and Keith fir
N f ..4r- .; Tetstone plus Bryon Roberts, and coaches: from other schools. Its one day of the year when
the administrators were working for Loper a fact the track coach really appreciated
y es :, r' r because most of the principals are former coaches and know their way around a track

4a? meet. 't'1. : ,
w *David Lawson ran the long jump for both boys and girls and the*triple Jump'for the boys.

Coach Mike Sexton ran the boys and: girls shotput-Bryon Robert ran the" boys and girls'
; discus Donnie-Burcn.handled the boys and girls high Jumpf-and r Inspectors-,were Raymond Griffis,'Jim Lewis;Bill Cooper vandTilnlmy+ ) Hurst.r *', '"", '
7 Sandy Hall, Joanri Griffis,":Janet Kimuflrf; and Annie Lopets.cooked hamburgers and" $ld
L ; '" ,drinks to the crowd.' City Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin and Loper'a'intern, Adrienne
R: Barry, kept the records and announced the results of the races and the standings.
All the BHS track team members once they finished their events, helped move hurdles
;, And run the meet. One or two boys, for instance, smoothed the sand hi the long Jump pit.
'} ".L ; 4 Dewey McKinney said the timer crew would be worn out when the meet ended, about 9:50: '
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weren't bad since the hurdles had to be moved only once per event. .
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IN THE CIRCUIT distance of 286.61 feet to STATE OF FLORIDA NOTICE menf, *this ORDINANCE copy of old Ordinance Hereinafter,'ppra. will NOTICE April 3. 198<1. .
COURT OF FLORIDA} ,th* palnf.of. beginning. COUNTY,OF BRADFORD: t'''- a. OF APPLICATION : should Appear and be 'may be Inspected by any be considered for final OF INTENTION Gilbert S. Brown
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Yhl land lying and being '. 't I.' .. f ,' FOR. AMENDMENT' .,heard, ol the time, and member of he( public at enactment on the lit day TO REGISTER Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT' IN AND 'I' In the NWV. of the NW'A MORRIS B. WILLIAMS, f. OF THE place prescribed. the Office of the City of May, A.D., 1984, at t I I FICTITIOUS NAME By; Fay.N. Whitehead
FOR BRADFORD: o of Section U..:Townshlp 5 hereby gives notice that LAND USE PLAN .p"I.l} t S,CITY COUNCIL, Clerk In. the City Hall the City Commission .' '. .', Deputy Clerk4Vl24tchg303
COUNTY FLORIDA South Ronge22i; ; J,East, he Inland to register CITY OF CIT1 OF HAMPTON Stork., Florida, On the Meeting commencing at Pursuant to Section ', : ,
'CASE NO. 83.444-CA Bradford 'Cou"'Y' with Ih. Clerk'of she Circuit HAMPTON, FLORIDA t ',: ,i FLORIDA date first abovementioned 7:30 p.m.. in the City 863.09,' Florida Statutes, ;' ,).. -, ..._
," t Florida. Said property Court for Bradford rAn ;:' ,{ Ilchg4/l9 all Interested Hall 209 N. Thompson notice Is hereby NOTICE .
EMPIRE OF,, 'AMERICA.;- 'also,j..described o. per County; Florida,' the fictitious ORDINANCE'amending ,, '" .' i'. parties may appear Street, Starke, Florida. A that the undersigned given; Er 'OF INTENTION
FSA survey of Patrick B. the Comprehensiveland ''' '' and be heard with of sold Ordinancemay
Q ,corporationIsting >1- name of SAND ti" copy rol 'J. Brawn, P.O. Box TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS
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'' under Ih* lows'of n"'W.lcli'Regl.t.r. land PIPER IMPORTS and to Us* Plan Element ,', '-!( NOTICE respect to 'this proposed: be inspected by any 487 tawtey, Florida NAMF
the United Stole*, Plain Surveyor f274, a* 'engage In business under and Map by,: Hompton;, OP INTENTION Ordinance.AN member of the public at :32058, sole owner doing 4 Pursuant to Section" '
tiff. follows: Beginning the ',that fictitious' name with Florida accordance /,TO REGISTER ORDI'NANCEAMENDING the Office of the City business under the firm Stoluie
VS. :'\ L Intersection of the Nor*! "' '. ;ct, ;principal : plO* \'of ;with h..,local Government FICTITIOUS NAME SECTIONS' Clerk In 'the City Hall name of CARRIBEAN 865.", Florida
SAMMIE MCCUTCHEN, therly boundary of the business at Highway 301 ComprehensivePlanning.Act 1 W-Jt. 23.1 'THROUGH 23.9 OF, ,Stark. Florida. On the REMODELER AND, notice Is hereby"given-
JR.. and VELMA LEE MO right of way of Stat. North Stark., Florida of 1975 as '}?\:NOTICE I* hereby THE CODE OF OR. date first abovementioned BUILDER Intends to thai the undersigned.
,CUTCHEN. his wife;., Rood 2CJO.. with /the 32091.: provided for In Chapter given thai the Onderstgn- DINANCES TO REQUIRE all In.ler.sled said fictitious Joey Dampier and Glenn
GERALD W. MEYERSend ..' .1'. Easterly: boundary of the )/ '" ,PUDLEYe.HARC1TPA"\ 163 Jofllh.. FloridaStatures' d KEVANIE CORPORATiON TAXICAB OPERATORS / parties ma., appear register name under the Smith,:Rout. 3, Box 665,
Stork. FL
SHIRLEY' M MEYERS his tlght'of"'way"of'S1ot.Road By: John 1-#, Jones ', ,desiring la engage TO HAVE A .DRIVER'S and be heard with aforesaid statute. 32091 )oln*
wife, end: ;, GENERAL,. 200 for. a point of Esquire Of Couael TO: .Al' Chls.nsTax-. ftt? burin*of under the flc"II PERMIT. ESTABLISHING respect to this proposed: ,Dated this Sth'day1 of under owners t"fir", doing, business of
BUILDERS' 'I iNCrl ; .OF;, .beginning;. thence rUn'.;, .'\ r \I ; f.O. Drawer 1030 1 payer pftd'oher in- Hai t'' name of Paul T, AN APPLICATION PROCEDURE Ordinance April A.D. 1984, inBradford MIRACLE name SER
CLEANING
,GAINESVILLE, ;,a-Florida.1 ri' Worth ;31'08'SO" Eo.f"'. ,\ If '((904)9oS70r'u }eres ed parson Collins Co, af 428 North REQUIRING THE' ORDINANCE RE. County.
: ; Oefen-1 i iNOTICE ; along sold Easterly boun., .. 1. Attorney fort You and) each 'of you i Peninsula 'Drive' FINGERPRINTING AND QUIRING A CERTIFICATE VICES. Rout. 3. Box 665
.dont.' v'v\: :r:, dory a dl.kJnCe.o'.95.-41i .l I 1 '. ,1'' 'Reglstranr4194tcngV0 I>I ore hereby and herewith Daytona; Beach, Florida PHOTOGRAPHING OF' ''OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE .4124tpdS03u Stark., Fl 32091 sold intend

SALE'n I I $. feet to a concrete menu, | given .notice In accordance ;32018 Intend la APPLICANTS, REQUIR. 'AND NECESSITYFOR -..-. .' to register fictitious'
Of :',. ment; thence run'' North with Florida register' said fictitious ING AN INVESTIGATIONOF THE OPERATION OF 4' name under. the(
"t j; ,8823'52" East a distance -.r Statutes,, that !Ih* City tname 'with, ,the Clerk of APPLICANTS. REQUIRING BUSES ON CITY STREETS. ",, IN THE CIRCUIT aforesaid statute.Dated
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Notice (I. lierpby ftlven 1 '-, 4t( of 225 feati/thenc run NOTICEBecause Council, 'of Hampton' Ih. Circuit Court of Bradford LIABILITY IN. ESTABLISHING ,AN APPLICATION COURT OF March. 'AO' day, of
,that pursuant ;1W. ,Supplemantal '. South 09"S6'48" East a Florida will conduct, a '' County, Florida, SURANCt > PROCEDURE.. BRADFORD COUNTY 1984. In
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Final' \ ,Judge"",''; f ,distance of 68 feet fa the of1'art action: fordissolution public ,hearing .at '. 'pura"/an.tlo* the' provisions EST AILISHING'PERMIT' ESTABLISHING 1HE FLORIDA' Florida Bradford, .,.,County.
mint 'at Foreclosure'entered > ,Northerly"boundary of of regular meeting h.ld at,' of Section 86509. FEES ESTABLISHING" CRITERIA FOR ISSUANCEOF CIVIL' ACTION, 3294Khg4til,9l
,marriage.CHARLES
In Cote Number sold Stote I Road 200-B; ; BARRY 7:00'P.M.' at City. Hall.Hampton ., I'lorlda'IoIIIes., GROUNDS AND PROCEDURE THE CERTIFICATES NO. '
83-444-CA' In. NICHOLS' will .'not' be' / Florida, on' rThe'Interest of each FOR ,SUSPENSION PROVIDING FOR THE '-. 01.
of Florida,. April, 85'47'30'VWest,along the responsible for debts In Tuesday, May '8* 1984 ;party: In',,the; business I.' AND REVOCATION' SUSPENSION : OR In Re: The Marriage of y .
.. ,12. 1984. I wlll.ellth.rproperty ,, !! .North.rl)!' boundary! of ,curred'by, ;Thereto/ and will consider 90 Or ;a "Httfwst! KEVANIE OF PERMITS. PROVIDINGFOR 'REVOCATION' OP CERTIFICATES GLORIA BROWN, Wife,
situated I Id- ,$lal.:; 'Mood:' 300.8," 'a,' Nlcholv 'anYo-else.) dlnanc relating lot ,'COHNlRiATION 10094, APPEALS TO THE REQUIRING and '* r *
Bradford, County, dictanc..4216,11 f*.t to 1, as of April1 U, ,..,... Amend The Com ':''''D>at(1at' DaylonavBBBFlorida ,CODE ENFORCEMENT LIABILITY INSURANCE IN MANLY BROWN,Jr., I I
Florida,,described as:, the Paint of Beginning..'. preh.nsiv Land Us. this. 5lh BOARD; .REQUIRING SET AMOUNTS,* SETTING Husband. '
:Beginning at..the' Intersection : Together with the 1/l92tpol/26 ,Plan ;to ,provide that 'dew of April 1984.nWAMIt : CONDITION AND IN. FEES AND PROVIDING ,
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of ;then Nor following personal 'pro*' i J land currently classified CORPORATION SPECTIONS. OP TAX. FOR PENALTIES. NOTICE :
therly boundary of the l perky: Range o* Counter' .. 7I" commercial and ",': FBYEJo1nE.MIU.rJr.: (CABS. REQUIRING PRO )Hchg."/1.9.? OF ACTION I
.' Unit ;' 1 NOTICE by''th."plana ," PER IDENTIFICATION.DAILY ,.V-.
;right .of way pi i Stat Top 'frl9M'roto designated ''I>t III president and u
Rood 200-8 ,with h.1 \ and f carpet (In b.drpams.. ;.t'C .,:OFINT6NTIONTORCOISTEft/ comm.rclal.,: ., b.reclasslfled .; ". "T', Director4194tcho,310 MANIFEST AND NOTICEOF TO: MANCY BROWN i
Easterly boundary of the public sale to the ta" mobile ,trC"'r,",:4,, TAXIMETERS MAKING IT INTENTION '. Jr., Residence Unknown! ,
right of Way* ,roi".1LS.\ highest and best bicWef,, "', .FICTITIOUS NAME!j home and "designoled \ ,'" UNLAWFUL. '.TO REFUSE TO REGISTER 4 ', :YOU ARe (tNOTIFIED, Cash .Rfifs>r' i
for cash'at the door of i'f; mobile;home Ih. h'a, TO ? PAY, FARES. ": NAME 't I
Highway 901 (also. ,> Pro- -\ ; FICTITIOUS/ > 'that' an1 action tor- For
II )known Slot. Road 2001ondLormerly ,the Office of the Clerk Of : Pursuant to Section p.rtyMd.oerjb9d\ ,etfollows. ',"'IJ. NOTICE REGULATING THE DISSOLUTION OF MAR.
:, known vOJ the Circuit} << Court,.at,, Unit, 83.09 Florida: 5tah4t?, .. .. J ".. .. ,,'' ;"'t i;'PROPOSED\ t \SOLICITATION 'Of Pursuant( ta .Section?, 'RIAGE hoe 'been,*fddt ..,Salter'y I
'vStole Rood 13)for a point, Bradford County Courthouse noticetie' hereby grven t Lol1'12.,13, |S,, 16,, IT 1 'j' SWACTMENT !i ,PASSENGERS AND PROVIDING ... '865,09, Florida Statutes? and you or.required to- .. tw'
of beginning)'run1 th.nctrNori11 ", ., ,In,, ,Sf 0."., that th* undersigned and Lot 14r'exc.pt a *Of ORDINANCE FOR, PENALTIES., ,notlc" .W hereby given serve a copy of your j
"SI-OS'SO" sEat Morldfl;; e', 1"hour of Slav.; ,Cubbed**,': 1317, parcel:.25 ,..t East:and (iV 'It.' BY Itchg/J' ;that the 'undersigned,, ,written defenses. if any IterrtOftfc
along the,'said; ,fajterly 11:00': 'a.m. local time. Standing! St..' Starke.., Ft West by US' North and 4CITYCOMMISSION"aTA Franklin C. M. Lien, 231 Ir toon.. .tlllon.., kurikur.'I ..
boundary ? at .. U.,$., .May.3,2-194.4: -' ',." 3/,91/ /sole ownei-;doing South,;,at: Bftt.:"14', City of K|.FLORIDA ...-.. >N, Temple Ave, Stark,' GLORIA BROWN ,.01- '0*...., I
DATED this !Sth' oi( business unc4: h* firm..; Hampton; Florida Florida 32091 sal
Highwoy,3QR[ bc,; tfliK <, '"* day. 19. Bon IS, lawtey Florida .
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of, 93,47 feet. 101 oc *, Apr A.EZI4.GIL name of CUBBCDGE'S ,,5..ati'' ,,:' \ TICS' IS HERESY ,owner, 'doing business, 32053 an.or befor. May 1
t trot monument 7)) theiw4K; ""II1 $. MtowNO1ark eeMOoltiNG. CAaIHET-{ "" You of* further given .-hot the proposed NOTICE under the firm'nome of' JTf f,e4; and file the_ ; ., I I ( \ :
1ev-oIIf I of the' (1 SHQisla'1209 N:: Copier. ; MOTIVE: hot a of I PROPOSED"I" I" "'r SUfPY HOLLOW MOTEL; 1 ?-I :
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.(run North (Ie'25' ( copy Whose till. ;Original ,with th. clerk of',:*,
,o;distance*,..f.MO,....).*" ,, .... ..sw rknAvlnu.; ,Slor".v,.PL32.91x '' said-proposed. OW..< appear: will; "a ', ,V; ENACTMENT? .,.;., 'rlw/h 301 N ''Starker j this.court ,either before) :, ,'
'HMsnc* run South WSrEast : ,ar.: ,1 .,Intend*' 'to OtMAfai 9tvalhil.' ii teryour 5 red far. final "OF ORD4MANCCNl1 ; .;. .'Florida, 'Intarld..to, iervlce on petitioner.* or .GlOfficeShap"
a dlstW..CJf a. I**,|J r 1 ", \ raght.rt ,MHO :lWBtlfO4Mr 'hispg-jn' at- ....' t on th* ).,day :' vv! .yOTyCCWMMSaON 'r' 4'sglttl' Midi flcttHousleme,4 'immediafctly thereoftefethorwiae ;- l
ia' .olel Northerly fcoun-' y 1, name uri(*:r// the. ,: offic/ of the Clip Clash:, f : > under the .L. (udgemenl : :
idary of<< State Road J** !4 :'II') '; : I afosesdd ,......i. Ctljf j Hfl't* h HwMnvHBWe'Florida. > t ) 'A.D.p'19114.'et Commission.; _.., STARttE, Fl ,' ':'aforesaid itatvte.' ; .wilt ,be 1Mt.,... for the ''r'):,
,thence fun?$>, Southfl .'.. "'t'fU''!'.. .\ Desert WtM. 1.1., of :,1,1' s ," '.' 'r commencing .t If .' ,J. .. c"t ... .. : ."' .Doled this 9th day ''of\ relief demanded, \ ,"h* : '118 W., cm'
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8$483oWest l along the1/ 'Of r Each omry. pnr.enr' hi the: Oty. April, AD .:f9ely"'Ipr '
:.. ; .. I ,, ', ,."' rl""., .. ford aS ... co tlnrtni Jr qpy'1ln; r: .N, ThormMon GIVEN that the. proposed Brodfurd, County :.: petltlon.,1".WITNESS my hand and 'S" ,
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ByMarkFriedlin building;has already created more than 35 new jobs while
: BCT Staff Writer the second phase,. an ,extensive renovation of the old -
boom'ls taking' place in Starke, one that building,should ,be even more;complicated and should'
t. a dramatic improvement in the quality of the employ up to 50 people from the surrounding areas.
provided by both the Bradford Hospital' Administrator O'Steen and his staff will transfer their pa-r: '
Pines the county's largest nursing home. tients, their records and files and many pieces of medical
projects will give Bradford County residents !equipment into the new building late this summer, when: ..
par with some of the most modern facilities :the first phase is scheduled for completion. O'Steen reportsno
: a comparable size" commented C.E. "Rip" problems co-existing with the massive project going on
'. Hospital Head Administrator. "We have right next' door; and says his !staff is looking forward to the
i. as the new addition goes up and the renova- move. ,
building is completed that we are entering a Over 40,000 cubic yards of sand were brought in, loaded in
care here. The really exciting portion of over 1,600 truckloads which have been coming to the site ina
will begin as soon as the underground work seemingly endless stream since the'project began. 2ooacubic
The staff here at the myself yards of concrete have been poured, and over 6,300
t quite a state of excitement hosrital. we square yards of new grass is presently being put into placeon
more excited When the walls of the new the lawns around the new structure.
des to go up." After normal operations begin in the new building
!t 1 supported building at the hospital will renovation work on the old building will begin.it is scheduled -
j : MF veneer and an attractive use of greenery to be completed sometime late in the summer of 1985
p alit! toe give the medical complex a modern ap- "We feel- the ground trembling Sometimes, when they
.. ; }I t ,4 f iY b ; ,. ;! ', --"v move some heavy:equipment around but that's kind of 11.-.

t .' ; \"........ ..-....,.. tn r. ; : aesthcllfcs.the projcRtvtiil t br<, citing AdministrafpgO'Stecn sajd.-We'trVery.exci* il ;*>r j
.. l 'IIUW bulding'Wilt.altlo.faalurre Y.i-ri4if.Y..:about the.D1N .9nt! : eXlfu d Afto l th imug
J.- k t ., energy monitoring systems, a computer con we will project to thecoinrnunrty.about'. : fMq'fltlty; ,< of carehere
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.' q i where it is needed in the most efficient man- Like work.at the.lIospit ?.lhe' building project at the.
Whispering Pines Nursing Center is moving along In two
[ will constantly scan'' the building to see phases construction of a new wing housing rooms with 71
II is needed and more importantly, where new beds and expanded and. improved facilities then
r ; John JUallory, Clerk of the Works of the renovation of ,the old I building, which is over 20 years old.
project "Then it will automatically Whispering Pines, Administrator Pat,Scanlan is just as
I: of equipment; lights heating or cooling excited about the new project'as his counterpart Mr
, r it isn t needed to save energy," O'Steen right down the street -and he says normal opera
was built In an era of cheap electricity ,tions .continuing despite the flurry, of construction, work''
: Business as Usual? a difference in the performance of the around the old bull ng,. .

J lining Home Administrator Pat Scanlan says his staff right)' is also In full swing as a new addition is added when you compare them on a cost basis," .. ..
has adapted well to a flurry of construction activity that Bradford Hospital. "We estimate, and this has already been pro l;.tJ'4 f '\"l. iI' t I" :V : .-..'? ;.
has surrounded the Whispering Pines Nursing Home The new buildings will be followed by extensive buildings that the system will pay for. itself, Please See...'C xinstmction' .
: Center since anew construction project and renovation tion projects at both facilities, prompting of operation.. '\ ,' '\ ,)(, .
t began. proclaim a "'new era" In health care for the of the new building is having an impact here T
: Right up the street. another construction proect| of the project the construction of the new ,

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'Annual i Rote Show... The Jacksonville Rose ,
; Society Invites Square Dancing... each Thursday, 7:30 p.m: at the Masonic
the publli attend Its 30th Annual Roe Show on Saturday, lodge In S'ark..com.r of Call and Orange 5'.' Caller I I.. Jirrj
.. April 28h, from. p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, April 29 Duncan. Visitor welcome: Mainstream dancing! :'. Redding demonstration' competition in' the 'Race),.'Indoor games will I be piaye4;
from 12 noon to 5 p.m. at the Jacksonville Gard.n C.nt.r, __ .f'' morning and fun and games ha:the if bad weather persists. 'i'
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f 1009 Riverside A .nu., ; ? afternoon. Here's a schedule of what ,f.
Judo Classes will be held Monday and Thursday'night lit This onelway'ot how: 4-1(
:i .Theral. no admission charge. 4-H will happen: Oust
th* Keystone Heights High School cafeteria. Junior cia... a special event! 'Works fis, in Bradf County,
t Th. Rose Snow will feature thousands of Demonstration Coih.rr'
blooms from local 8:30-12 i -
: noon
; and Bally Day will be ,, ,
will be h.ld.from 6:30:: p.m. 7:30: p.m. and senior cia.. < ou are Interested in Joining,4 H;
v rose gardens In competition In both horticulture categories from 7:30: p.m.:. 8:30 p.m. Call 473-3964 for'more Information. April Starkeet. the 'p etition.to Lunch } I, colj the4-Jloffice at 964. 280, ext: 229;
as well a* artistic arrangements': hi (next \ I:00 a\ ;A .v >?
: y4H all without reg4rd to
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Softball ;
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Trinity Episcopal Church... Meetings held each w..k In eh.ParrishHouss Aerobic Classes are being' offered Mondays. '.; day where we, will have 'VolM Sack Race' 'One-Lea1 'r'ace, color;; sex'I,ornatonal, ) origin.s .
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Includ.: t.'IiID&H 't" '. I'
Wednesday at 9:30 4 and 7:30: and :. ., / .
: a.m. p.m. p.m.: ,:/ 1i'i 'I'tiI.
I Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. .t,. JMo,
Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30: at the Keystone H.lghtsomon" : !
p.m. \
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Cub Scout Pack 109 each I ICOUNTY
6:30 ,
Monday night at : p.m. s YOU ARC ;
Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. i( INVITED'TO j
f: Brownie meet Monday at 3 p.m. < :
Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 ,' .
v p.m. Aerobic Classes will be offered'from',-6 Mondays rI.'H":1 I
p.m. 1SPEC1AiEVEN 4A tl
t Boy's Choristers meet at 7 [ 1.
Wedn.sday night .
5 p.m.
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Wednesdays and Fridays beginning Jan. 16 through March 11. \'p t- ... a
> Classes are sponsored by the Bradford Hospital Center fa ; !\ \) .' ". ': .' :or
} fester musicalThe First Baptist Church of Lak. Butler will Health 'and Fitness. Classes or. free to : ( : ,, .' iJI' W. ", ",..rciwtyc2.i.t ,.. .i
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Easier Musical Th.first will b. ... >
present two h.ld on April 15 members and $2 per class or $40 for the eight week RALLY'DAY'
EVENTS AND
f. at 7:30 p.m. of the church on SR-100 In Lak. Butler Th. second for everyone else. Call 964- 210 to register, ,,:i; .2r : .
Will be h.ld on April 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the church. >$ ., '1 1i
f<% r.. Aerobic Classes or. being offered In Lak. Butler on Monday % Jf.! 't PRE, ..JOINTHf;! M NJD'(..EAR( ,
.. 1' Cancer Society Softball C me... The Union ,+V... .,1; '""
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4 Cancer Society will hold a benefit/ Softball tournament this Union County High School. Also In Starke on Tuesdays at 4.M 11"'' '". I" ,'I.'
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t. Saturday at the Lake Butler Recreation Compl.x on SR-121 at p.m. at St. Mark Episcopal Church Call 964.50781 .lnfor Y I :t I: )' ".; ... .
S. I1 a.m.Tickets are adult $J and school kid 50 c.nts with motion. } iStf, .11)) i :...,, .... \ '. t .

f children below school age getting In free..All players will b. ,
"'p'u' years of age.' and, most will be In.costume.fester Keystone Nlghtowls... Night version of Homemaker, : AL ".Y B SB... EI INVITED: ,*;;j
: meets second: Tuesday of each month at 7:30: p.m. at .y'b y ; ..
It. Igg Hunt', The ladle Auxiliary of the Union County Baptist Church In Keystone. '.,f.. 1( a () fa'CENTS'\ :F.> WELCOME, .lSt1.. t1J! % ; ..
will host hunt it < .,., ''7t.. .
10082 eoster .J
VFW post an, egg at the Post : .If.' .; ,1., ., .
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.Horn on SR-231 In lake Butler' Kid 10 and young. are In. "r T \ I's, r -11. l..t .. 1; ; ,. '
; 'vited-to come hunt the- eggs. win. the prize and enjoy h. Keystone H.lgh'.1ay Scout Treop 10$ meets, Keystones .. '( ', ,.. \ft: t. : ."j {,,i
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Paul Willis RiversPaul Tallahassee Mrs. Cathy Hughes of Survivors include his wife, Mrs, Phillips. all of Folkston. Ga., George
Crestview Mrs Rochella Busbee of Mary Phillips Crawford of. Lake Phillips of Amerlcus,and James Con- TOTAL
Willis Kivers 47, of Opelika Pensacola, and Mrs. Brenda Posey of Butler; seven daughters Ena Wilber ner of Jacksonville; two brothers FOR OUR
Alabama died Thursday, April 12, In Gibson, La.; four sons Wayne Hope, Clarice Strickland, Alice WefitelancIArphene W.B. Crawford of. Lake Butler anJ .
Pensacola, Fla.. Lesley Hope. Forrest Hope and Dale Parrish, all of Jacksonville, Thomas M. Crawford of High Spr- MAKE OVER
Rivers, a 1954 graduate of Bradford Hope all,of Crestview; two( sisters, Gladys Peacock of Lake Butler Ina ings; four sisters Ella Edenfield,
High was born in Keystone Heights Mrs. Alice David of Jacksonville and. Roberts of Lake City and Melba Mayof Winnie Conner, Lois' Herndon, all of
Fla.,and had served in the 141.S. Navy. Mrs. Evelyn Bennett of Athens Ga.; Atlanta, Ga,; two Bonn, Ray Lake City and Effie Courson of Fit for a Queen
lie was plant manager for Southern 19 grandchildren and one great Crawford and Thomas Millard Jacksonville; 30 grandchildren and 48
Prestress Concrete in Pen&cola.: grandchild. Crawford both of Lake Butler; five; great-grandchildren, I
Survivors include his wife Arlene Funeral services were held at 3 stepdaughters, Willie Maud Lloyd Funeral services were held at 3 Contest
A. Rivers Opelikathree; sons: p.m. on Thursday April 12, from the and Mary Sue Murray, both bf p.m. Sunday, April 15, at the Lake
Michael Paul Rivers, Todd Stephen First Baptist Church with the Rev. Folkston, Ga., Reba Beasley of Lake Butler Church of Christ with Bro.Ferryman j! LOOKING"GLASS I
Rivers Craig Allyn rivers, all of D.R. Tucker delating. Burial was In Butler, Letha Mole of Pohokee arid Dennison and Bro. Dan Jar- I ,
Opelika; three sisters: Mary Helen the Liveoak. Park Memorial Cora Brannon of Jacksonville; ''Six rett officiating Burial was in Mid- [ STARKELOOKING
Oglesby, Starke; Dorothy Chambers, Cemetery with Whitehurst Funeral stepsons, Henry Phillips of St. Mary, way Cemetery under the direction of I GLASS II ,
three Naples brothers Fla., Chloe: John Rivers Rivers, Starke and; Home in charge of arrangements. Ga.. Bob, Donald, and Jimmy, Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. I .. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS '

Roger Rivers, both of Jacksonville Doyle L. Godwin 1J,
and Armand Rivers Macon Ga., 15 Doyle L. Godwin, 64, of' Lake -- ---- PRIZE INCLUDES:
(nephews and nelccs, one grand- Butler died Sunday afternoon in the f$ l ; P -------r-- Cltetea ef Perm.' Color ar Fretting
nephew and three grand-neices. Bradford Hospital following an extended --l Manicure ar Nan Tips
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Bradley T. Boyles Born in Slocum Ala.,he had lived in !1111(( Go with, the.iwinner; Makeup. Appied by Professionals
Infant Bradley Thomas Boyles, son Pensacola and Keystone Heights ". '.. 011 Mother's Day CorsageAnd
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas before moving to Lake Butler 16 years l .
Boyles of Jacksonville, died at birthat ago. He was employed with the Divi- it illLU BRADFORD PRINTERS .'' U mere
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Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville sion of Corrections Reception 1)JO aIlSt.964-5764" Over 100M ValueTO

Tuesday, April 10. Medical Center in Lake Butler! as a NOMINATE THE MOM OF YOUR CHOICE:'_____
10 wants to be In ,
youftrlnter 1984.
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addition his survivors
In to parents corrections officer and was a I "'-I_"' "'"
include his paternal grandparents member of the Gadara Baptist Bring us, q sample of any' |lob printed from I Send us your reasons she. de serves (I.be CIMSM Oiwen In SO words or kiss.Bt .
Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Boyles of Church Keystone Heights. :(((rn( 11riii -
regular If cannot sums alllllllcludr.
Keystone Heights; maternal grand- Survivors include his wife Claudia ; your printer. we meet or ;j '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zyg-' Milsted Godwin of Lake Butler; one I. beat their. price WE WILL,GIVE YOU Your Mama. ,..d..18nd telephone number .
mont of Orange Park; and his pater- son Wayne Godwin of Ellington;, ""I' JjIJ and name. ,address ind telephone number af pen ,,'you are filtering.! :
nal great grandmother, Mrs. Vicki three daughters, Wanda Ramos of MAIL ENTRY TO: laofclnfl! Glass 442-F W. Madison St..Starfca, FL 32091
Parsley of Louisa Ky. Elberta, Ala., Jackie Weeks of Gran- i A Gift Certificate For $10.00 WorthEft I Si
Funeral services were held at 2 din and Debbie Griffis of Raiford
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p.m. on Friday, April 13, at the two brothers Herbert Godwin of Pen-; Of Supplies I II DEADLINE for entry I It Wednesday: .May 2, 1V84': '" ,
graveside, with Rev. Bill Williams officiating sacola and Eddie Godwin of Opp I (d from THE I.II I. Call DRAWING FOR FINALISTS Monday, May 7, J984. "I'\
Burial was in Gadara Ala.; one sister Bernell Gunn of Pen : OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. St. Starke, UnU i WINNER FOR EACH SHOP. ., '
Cemetery, near McRae under the sacola; and 10 grandchildren. Quality Printers in Bradford County j! ', '
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direction of Jones Funeral Home, Funeral services were held at 2 ;Sincc 1879
Hwy. 100 & Cypress St., Keystone .p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of Archer IL I 442-F W. Madison Str..l, Stqrk. 450 lawiwnc Blvd., K.y.ton. Hljl', ,
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Barney M. Hope Wells officiating. Burial was in Dekle -
Barney M. Hope, 68, of Crestview Cemetery in Lake Butler under the
died Monday afternoon April 9, in a direction of Archer Funeral, Home of
Pensacola hospital.A Lake Butler. ;
native of Gainesville, Mr.'Hope r'i
had resided in Okaloosa County for Andrew J. Crawford
the past 50 years; was a retired civil Andrew Jackson Crawford. 92, of
service employee and owner of Hope Lake Butler died Friday afternoon i SENTRY
Plumbing Company. He was a April 13, in the Lake Shore Hospital .
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member of the First Church .
Baptist ; Lake City, following an extended il -
a Mason, Concord Lodge No.: 50 lness. :i ::' ''
F&AM,and a member of the Eastern Born In Winter Garden Mr: ; APRIL :SALE!
Star Crestview Chapter 203.: Crawford had lived all but the first SENTRY $
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Ivy four years of his life in Union County.He '
Hope of Crestview; six daughters owned and operated his farm on Hardware--
Mrs. Cuemi Thomas of Lynchburg the Providence Rd. until he retired a I""
Tenn., Mrs. Sandra Hudson of few years ago. and he was a member,
Crestview Miss Carol Hope of of the Lake Butler Church of Christ.
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Farm Bureau visits Congress SALE PRICE '

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Leaving their operations during a as did Dr. John Volpc uu economist \\
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busy farming season 85 county Farm for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. S $184
Bureau representatives from around Individual members also held con- 1V402 Florida traveled -W.shington.O.p"fI .-.fcorence*ywith agency officials* ie.i,,..-,-, dit UM-i l ss1! .' "' ;A 1 t ... ...t l1eg..3f 16Val! iJ_ 'to'' ,
?""-April 2-4 to meet their congressmen. ydiscu3 KiSsimm e River restoration' polished ociagorFiberglass .C Kw Gl s S1'3-c 1 i m blot!its na 'Il> ,r. / I

w.va forum The annual for Florida legislative faYitiers trip provides and raH-:j.r X6mmoditis project, lrle ?Act erishahletAgricuJtetral, the Wtra: Banker"'l r i c iad6J&inecIe \ \ 51 ,1.rOL- V, T ft!N YZtE., :ttfg\,

chers to discuss current legislationand outbreaks in Mexico, honey legislation handlePermabonded ) f J ., Heavy duty all zinc metallized body
agricultural Issues on a one-to- and women In agriculture. to ,r ... Clip locks any spray pattern
one basis with national lawnmakes. Armed with facts and figures, the head fkl.Uii.KAvUtUM ; Easy on-off lever
Farm Bureau members arrived All brass valve and adjusting} nutS
"Washington is ,the center of our ready to defend agriculture's posi-
government" Florida Farm Bureau tions on topics such as immigration 'b.
Federation President Carl B.Loop Jr. reform laws federal deficits, heavy jr& C.
told the Farm Bureau group during a truck use taxes, animal welfare and [ gP FLEXOGEN
legislative orientation."This is where international trade.
so many of those decisions are made "We count this trip a success, "said
that affect our industry. It's our Loop. "Our legislators listened to us IF- BUG LIGHT
responsibility to get our message and will take our positions Into con- ;' .
heard." sideration. We have made our .tt Reg. 179 Value, a)19). Hedge Shear ,t r3"3
Sens. Lawton Chiles and Paula presence known and they now know NOW JUST1: : Reg. 10.98 Value-'NOW i &*)
Hawkins addressed the farm that we are actively involved in protecting w==ef $666 .
representatives during the meeting our livelihood-T agriculture." a 9
b) SO-e Garden Hoe
Reg. ass Value NOW BEN NOSE
GE Bug-LII each $
On porches and patios......tdrtdng
At doorways. ;V ( r". c).26 Weed Cutler Low TF1aIbIItV

Along In walks aiW drives ?Reg. 10.19 Value :=- Coupikgs p8g.,2695Vatue, .
4 g mges NOW$68Q layer R.idoro.d
Available in'60 ,
watt bulbs ALLEGHENY rNTEHNATIONAL HARDWARE GROUP 10-58050 $1499
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"," LRM Writer Quarles of the New River the afternoon the community to come out and enjoy
I Association was called on to will be provided. Pastor .this week of great services and music
J On Sunday, April U,1976,a grou bf the members on I
: 12 Christian. friends met for Bible organizing at church, ; .. ... -, ..
I .' study, devotions, and general Rev.Quarles set-forth ., "' .. ," ., '
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Emma Mae Baldree on Bellamy Baptist Association, Florida J. "
I Road Convention, and Southern ,
No-one In that group ever dreamed .Convention could be obtained.
then that a new church would come, The first condition was met-
from that small meeting. with the Institution of a ;
'." Plans were\to meet just on'Sunday, School. This was accomplished; '
morning, leaving Sunday and' ing. members' carsand; I \
Wednesday nights open tat( each' per. '' class rooms. ; .
son to worship where they chose, but Other conditions were the ( ,
i (' by the third meeting, everyone was In of church bylaws and I :
I complete agreement to hold their own'' New River Baptist ,
,, Sunday night services also with sing- 'the' Florida Baptist ,
ing and fellowship membership.
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The Reverend Bobby Knight attended Havln met all of these <,
the fifth meeting on May 9 in Lake Hill was presented .
the home of Coy and lola Miller: as membership in the New River .
their guest'speaker. After discussion Association on Oct IS, 1976 ,
'M1 It was decided that,only 'full-time one of the first new churches
church would adequately meet the cepted under the Bold
needs of both the member, .and the gram.They. ,
community; now needed land on '
A meeting place was needed until'a build a church1.: The Land ,
permanent church site could be Committee was formed to
found so the Baldrees offered the parcel, of land suitable to
group their old home as they h'd One !such Spot was' found
recently moved into a new one. the: Reinhold -
Everything started to take shape'as'the members were told it, '
members held a "work night",to' available The corporation
'get the house In order for services. A them another lot which -
piano, chairs and songbooks were agreed was much, better 1983 LINCOLN
donated or loaned by friends who 'previous" The offer of l iN CAR
wanted the new project to be a suc parcel,,locatedon SR-214 in
cess. was accepted and the ; Loaded, 4 dr.P. seats, windows,
The next night. May 12, 1976! the steps to purchase the land, : ''
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first meeting was held and on this' .$7,000. All the extras
'. night, Lake Hill, Southern Baptist The Reinhold Corporation '
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Church was organized as a church: $2,000 toward the purchase : 22,000Miles .
with 15 charter ,members, par- ing a''balance of $5,000 $14 905
ticipating. Officers were elected that later! paid by a land grant i NEW SOLD FOR 19,000) "
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same night and a Pulpit Committee Florida Baptist Convention; i
was put into action to find a pastor for Site Committee.
this congregation. The Pulpit Committee '
The {,decision: had been: made ,to"become" with its,task,also, and '
a church'yet no one in the church issued a ""cell", to '
congregation had previously had an Robert Ft: Knight (Bobby) to MERCURY COUGAR
active part In the establishment eta pastor. Previous _
knight from accepting
that time but he did Brown color LOADED
fellow minister Rev Ed I
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ServicemenLance ween the two ministers they : <
1 preach on alternate : : :12,000; Miles ",$

Cpl. G..Mitchell jv: Mason's secular work took 9,995
the area for. time
Returns from Deployment. .,. > On September 14,' Knight 2'95
'' the'call of Lake Hill.
j! as pastor (
Marine Lance' Cpl. Giles:Hi. Mitchell They now had the .
,Jr., son of Giles H. Mitchell.,Sr. the Association a pastor,
of Lawtey;,recently)returned from a but they didn't have a {
deployment to Fort Magsaysay, Miracles never cease though,
Republic of the Philippines. ... < and Polly Jackson reported
He is a member of,the First Batt ''had found a brick building ) H
talion, SecondMarines; Third Marine. their needs which could be f 1 .
Division, Okinawa, Japan. moved to the property.
During the deployment, the bat- The building was
talion participated in a combined moved to the property on : I,

? ercise.Marine Corps Air Force training ex- ,___no ___, __ _T'

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three partswJn/the first part>Ah .bat ro.' e.' the : :1 1912..CHEU: LWB,'PICKUPSfrtferado ,
; tat In was landed on an airfield'in : : ,

''f'. 'a Valley by Air Force aircraft. F 'om.r. Jgt\W : .f; ; : t | ;ir "' JWSertVs&PWti86filocks \ ; "

t there Magsaysay., they made camp'ak' 'Fprt 'system 'AY'c PS, PB, Silvers Black

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the battalion underwent jungle; en- $7895
i vircitment: rvival training,fire:.on- l :
,j several live fire maneuver' ranges, ,
conducted small' unit independent -,. I
operations and received additional I !
a ,supplies several times by.air drop. r\ ,.,. I ( "
During the final part,, of the exercise ( : : $6195'
the battalion moved back' toCrowValley i
\ finished up at the.ajr- ',1 .' power steering' ,.
I field,'.'and were withdrawn back ,to 2 I \' j '
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Ramona G. Riley and stepson;''of' P l: 19&4F 150 "
William F. Riley of Lake Butjer.has' ,
completed a wheeled-vehicle ildi .J'a 1
mechanic course at the'U.S. Army : Prke
Training Center; Fort Leonard Wood, tetept : : .; at SItter Low
Mo. He is a 1982 graduate of Union ', ; .

County puring High the course School.,students learned the : : : ; ; 3,00'StJ',,. 4, speed manual air cond.! .,

to .perform organizational tinted 'deluxe' low
maintenance and assist in the repairof / : glass, tu-tone mount

automotive vehicles became and familiarized associated h.rlIuid.cMi.s .' mirrors,,, 5250 :G.V.W.. pkg. power steer-
equipment They -
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with the functioning of automotive NtM.a.wAV t.aq... ;i ing/brakes zr .P215'tires, heavy ,duty .battery
whe led--vehicle components ,
operating principals internal com? { 964=8786Wi i I gauges,sliding rear window.,
r .bustion engines, fundamentals of fuel'
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Kentucky Man Enters was sentenced to one year in prison Carl Lamar Foster, 19, received ication. according to Sgt..Richard A. I ; ,
and four years probation April 9 for three years probation fro grand theft Bennett. PHONE ,., ;
No-Contest Plea. attacking a man with a garden hoe at and aggravatged assault, He must Starke ''police were 'called to a AGE ;
Starke Elementary School last also pay $200 to Felita Slocum. '.fit disturbance .
at a residence on Cooper ALL entries will receiveAGarfieldgiftFREE r
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'and pleaded no-contest to a felony by.Circuit Judge Elzie S. Sanders to sentenced to 18 months in prison for Bond for the charge was set at$50. -- ., I
charge of lewd conduct in front of a pay restitution of $3,434 for aggravated grand theft at Martin's Tackle Shopion Tyson was released on his 'own .
P child.In assault on Donnie Burch. May 18.Anthony. -4 recognizance.
return for his no-contest plea, the Griffin was arrested for an incidenton 1] t
state attorney's office dropped Starke Elementary School groundon Ronmany Romero SappJ>. Tuller 'Chiropractic Center
charges of lewd assault on a child August 16. Griffin and two other 24. was given 60 days in county jail foe,
criminal Two DWI
ArrestsIn
people were approached by Burch mischief during a fracas at .
Under 14 old, filed originally in
October( years 1982 against Howard Mose and asked not to urinate on the school the residence of an acquaintance oft' Bradford County RICHARD C. TULLER D.C.I
June 19, 1982. of
Charges
Middlesboro property. Griffin attacked Burch witha ,
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Stephens, 52, Ky.
Elwell said garden hoe.He must also pay$656 in law enforcement oUicer'were dropped Robin Little, 30 of Starke was arrested
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State Attorney in Bradford attorney fees to the county. in plea negotiations. ,.: April 12 and charged with driving .
vacationing
Stephens was
for 'i' while intoxicated, according to
Griffin was on probation
County when the assault on a 7-year. d'
old took in 1982 in another offense.In 2 Returned to Jail Trooper D. C. Roberts. "
girl place
Bond for the charge was set at$500. '.
Stephens's car on a rural dirt road. To Await SentencingEdward Little released ,
other> sentencings in Bradford was on her own ',
Information presented in court indicated ,
that Stephens took the child to County Circuit Court, Linda Hawkins Cummings, 16, of Starke recognizance. t
a fast-food restaurant in Starke then '25, convicted of aggravated childabuse and Lawrence D. Slocum, 17, of: William Harris, 57, of Bradford .
arrested and
drove her down the dirt road where he received a two-year sentenceto Alachua were returned to the Brad- County was also April 12 G
had the girl fondle .him, Elwell told the Community Control Center plus ford County Jail to await re- charged with driving while intox- Headaches Neck&Arm Pain '1.
the judge. mandatory mental health counseling sentencing April 23, according to Lt., icated,according to Trooper Roberts. Low Back Pain e Numbness& "
David Aderholt arrestedher Bond for the charge was set at$300.
The child told her parents about the Investigator Glen Moore and Deputy Sammy'; Workers
Harris released after Tingling
with child abuseof was a surety
in connection the Eunice
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incident shortly after it occurred, .
bond "
Stpehens had left the area to return to a 5-year-old. Cummings and Slocum were-- was posted. Compensation e Auto Injuries'
Kentucky, said Elwell. Aderholt reported that the child told sentenced March 28th in Circuit Court,. cr5'
Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders set him that her adopted mother beat her to five years in Department of Correc- "
Stephens' bond at $5,000. Stephens with an electrical extension cord. He tion with.105 days jail credit for Cummings ';, i
bond and was released said the child had visible injuries on and six days credit for Slocum.\ o i.'>'!l
postedcustody, 'her buttocks, chest and legs. The Judge Elzie Sanders ordered their j Rooms ,
'child said Hawkins hit her because sentence set aside and they be return- 'l .
for..thehWboie.FamUy
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victed in Gainesville April 5 of rapingtwo May 23 aggravated assault on Kenny For Intoxication i Located by ." 'ii.ll l

women last November at knife Ray. He must also pay attorneyfees Raymond Tyson of Starke was arrested -: Starke Post OfficeReasonable .
point. of $325 to Bradford County. April 13 for disorderly; intox- RatesMagnolia
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Harold Strickland was convicted on Monday Friday 8:30-6:00: .
four counts of a lesser charge of rape .. Hotel :
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suspected was having an affair. Strawberry Swingers' ",;+
After meeting Strickland, they took ,'\
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Strickland attacked them a knife Past and Present ,. \
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the knife and crying after the first at- are invited i to an "AU 'r Tax" The BH Center for Health and Fitness now, Nautilus equipment Is the most
tack. Later Strickland grabbed an offers 12 pieces of Nautilus 1 "
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again, biting one on the neck and one ''.' strength endurance "
on the breast in the process. The 26 a t motorized treadmill, stationary exercise. and. flexibility. ,
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women escaped when the mother of bicycles and aerobltf'dance clasSes "'' .

one othe women arrived with the'' s., ," A neprby ;flr-Trail avqilable as well. A superior staff of professional exercise "
woman's child.Strickland '. ',' \r "> < specialists personally work with you In 'I I' "
was sentenced to 34 8 <. ;. ,,: ,. Whirlpool to relax In after ... .
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This tractor true l: overturned April 13 on SR-230 after swerving to avoid a bugs man received,minor''injuries the accident. Sweet. Potato Souffle Green Beans .' Steamed Rice.' '"
car that the truck driver apparantly thought was pot going to ttop. (Above) Officer John Dempsey and driver Richard Williams walk away Hot Bol. ,' Spice Cake.! Banana Pudding
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In all, five persons were injured'In estimated at $1,500 and the Ford was driving under theinfluence' anaunlawful and the car was damaged$boo,accor- 964.7600
seven auto accidents in the past week: a total loss, Crum reported. Charges blood alcohol level after be? ding to the report,
On TuesaajTnlght: "at 8:45 a car are pending.On ing involved in a om car: accident on ,
driven by Tony Anthony Williams,if', April 14. He was eastbound on CR-16
of Starke veered into the parking lane April 13, a 1974 International half a mile east of Ace Road,when the !! The Quantity :
and rammed into the of Blan- vehicle'crossed the westbound lane, IP4rl ,
rear a 1979 tractor: traveling toward Camp I
Chevrolet.ttuck parked onUS-30l.' ding SRr230, swerved to avoid a car 'traveled 278 feet down the shoulder ,USDA. Rights I
Ufonfrof the".Bradford,Countyi-COur- -slowing to make a turn' near the intersection crossed back over,the eastbound lane
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Chouse, according to Starke of SR-16, apparently thinking onto the shoulder, traveled another Choice'M Reserved
atr, ma to stop and. 300 feet and struck a culvert in the' eat
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DwlghtGroves ; car Was going
."-iJi to' # ; I would pUllin front of, his truck, The ,ditch, according to Trooper J.H. .
I Wiliiainrfwas'Ksfed lin'8 tisfaCtory truck hit the dirt median and came to Horter.
Condition at Bradford. Hospital. rest on its side. Driver of the truck, OPEN 8-7 Mon.-Sat.. ''
Wednesday."; 1 U ;A 1 ,-. : ..,, Richard Williams, 50 of Green Cove A 1983 Chevy driven by Fred Bernie 105 Food Stamps WelcomedStarke .
Edwards
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t f *; harged ith Springs, received minor injuries in McGee Jr., 19, of Keystone Heights Store
Williams
was carelessIriving the mishap. Charges are pending, according ''sustained $2,000 damages in a rear-
and no valid driver's license. to the Florida Highway 'end collision on SR-21. north of I 964-8290 a ;
Damage to' the 1969 Plymouth.Road Patrol. Keystone.
under Williams drove was
timated ,at .$800 .by. Patrolman,:., 'a Trooper W.D. Langston !
roves Damage to' the,'truck 'was, DWI. braver:.. that McGee was southbound reported when he Fresh'Pork Fresh Center i
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An accident on CR-16 Monday mor- started to pass a car driven by Carol .

og The' about car:'was 30mph estimated.when,it to veered be travel i.d1 into :"'fling'charged resulted with in driving a Raiford while man intoxicated being,. Geneva.Chiapplni Hughes. 32,, of Lake Loins, Roast Pork Chops .Pork Ribs

after his vehicle left the roadway She was slowing 'to make a turn.
lie parked. 'truck.'f; ,. s .,- ,and tore down 42 feet of fence. McGee trying to avoid a collisionskidded L.nEn, $."$09 $ -69 $119 .
< ;; into the rear of her vehicle "RIll EIIII H lb. lb.
'j 2 Injured 9J1'Walnut St... *(< Leon Tyrone' Jordan Jr.; 41, was Hughes was charged with no valid lb. .
Ii Ii'j driving east on SR-16 when his vehicle driver's license.
On Wednesday morning, a car left the north shoulder and traveled 90 William Guy Browning, 60, ot' USDA Choice Beef USDA Choice Beef Fresh' Homemade'Pure
I driven by Hazel Ella Young, 70, feet before striking a fence,accordingto Starke was charged with failing to Shoulder .
Roast Brisket Stew Pork'
Starke collided With a 1978 Chevrolet Trooper B.A. Williams of the yield entering an intersection in a collision Sausage
driven by Sharon Humphreys: Blain, Florida Highway Patrol. Traveling on US-301 at.Market Road on, '
'\ IS, of Ja ksotville.JUf another 42 teet down the fence line,. 'April 11 at 2:33: p.m. '$ -

SUt'rt\ : oxretrt8rt, -eavia' '1 e6m "5.0tt'f i!'the vehicle(b'dtillel'came'to rest'.- >facing.."..1'1.'! south j Trooper D.C.' Roberts reported on Market thatw'Browmpwas'"e4bouiid ..' .. .1.6 ib" :. ,.;... ..4:,gg tb ." I. "" l: 99 H I ,.

eported that Mrs. Young was north-- I fBoad the'. ,:rol.
at. .intersection' Hq I
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empted to turn left into the Family of Starke at 8JO: a.m. April 16. driven by MerrU Reno Butler; '
Collar Store parking loti' 47, of Jacksonville. Butler skidded It' Fresh Eggs Spareribs29 Sirloin Tip Roast
John Darren Gaskins, 16, of Lake feet before impact. Damage to
Young's 1964 Ford was struck: in the Butler and Rebecca Land, 20, received Butler's 1983 Ford wa3 estimated at $ ,
passenger side door, penning Russell injuries when the truck Gaskinswas $500 and Browning's 1976 Plymouthwas $059Flat | $929
Toung inside the from the car after-''the. door wastorn Waterhole as they were southbound on Josephine Veronica Casale of
off by rfescue.rs.-Y&ung Is listed In 'Management Road 30. Trooper;J.H. Daytona Beach was involved in a one- Fresh Tender Juicy ,
}table condition. He is being transferred ,Horler Investigated the accident at 12 car accident April 15 at 11 p.m. while
to"Raines ville.:'Young ts.crippled a.m. April 15. lie said the 1964 Chevy northbound on CR-16 about five miles Crispy Celery Bananas T-Bone Steak \
I and uses a.waJkerdUS; legst:)verein- '. truck was damaged $200 and both occupants north of Starke. .. ,
I lured iii;the-mihap\ ;Crum reported. received head injuries and Trooper R.E. Williams 'reportedCasale's {
I Mrs. Young.was: listed ii>,,8'atitactory. .facial lacerations, : 1976 Chevrolet, *n uniden- 39'Stalk: 4fOOlbs.l 10/890' '
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Starke, has completed a wheeled performance of their duties on behalfof ; ,
Completes'MlssJle'.Course; Vehicle mechanic course at the U.S. the Army. ,Choice Yield 2 Drawing to; 'be held 'Tuesday. May 1, 1984
I : Army Training Center Fort Jackson, Lutz is''a fuels specialist ..with,; the ;
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Roberts' Jones't'f'Sffrke"and; Jo Bradford High School. .. "
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graduate of BradfordHigh. School, trained to perform maintenance and QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I
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crewman course at Fort Silt, Okla. vehicles and associated equipment. iI I
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p.m. tin set, record player 8-track. cassette, homeowners. Don't let this
brands Jordache, Levi),
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BB Vanderbllt: Izod. Chic Lee FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA PEt 2 records, $.(). Microwave, $250! or best you. ,' aCali
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Gunn. Sax isprlt.Brlttanla BR. 1 BA. $29,500. Any reasonable offer offer; air conditioner, $150. 782.3202. 9604.12. CREA'LPHONE'p64.7776' '
y' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Calvin Klein Sergio Valente.Evan will be considered. 96<4-I010.! 3/08 BEAUTIFUL NEW 12x20 WOODEN PORTABLE ,B AMtlltPMManaay
THE TELEPHONE. Plcone, Clalborne. Member Only -
tin BULDINOt :3 ft. windows big -Saturday
Bill Blass Organically Grown.H.olth..x. ..
Classified d.adlln. U TUESDAY. 19.7 ACRES WITH HOUSE In Stark.,(904)( ) door fluorescent lighting workbench ''
300 others. $7,900 to
NOON prior to Thursday publkatlon. 3986522. Call after 4:00 nken'hlp
p.m. 3/294tpd Will d.llv.r. 284-3007 '
$24,900 Inventory, airfare, training, $1595. or Chimney SW 205 N rn
Minimum charge Is 15 word for$2.73 4/19 T.mplfl
284-0732. Green" Cove Sprlnas. 3/29 H rtirwiuiOAR
fixtures, grand opening etc. Mr.
then 10 cent for each word th.rah.r.i RICK VENEER HOUSE 2)00.q..N. Low '
Starlco .I "O.
BY SIDE FROST FREE _
Loughlln(612)( ) 888-6559 'llpd "/"? SIDE
Owner
.. down payment. financed 10X REFRIOERATORl Heavy ''Dutydishwasher
i! Int. 473.3454.3/29: tin mare and colt. Call Perlorma'ce-.UnJ.rataridln '
YARD SALE BOATS IV OWNER-CASHt :3 BR, 1 BA. Fenced
96405 tin ,
Fill DirtHauled And Sens"vlty,
good location In town. Call 964-8305
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FURNITURIi Refrlg. $85; frostfreerefrlg.
... p.m. weekday 4/12 2tpd 4/19 dRea.onable View for SltS.OOQs A truly
k & $1,000.000
\ $125 washer $100 dryer $85) Sp e
THURS.. FRI. A SATs Over 500 piece of ESKA SVi HP OUTBOARD MOTOR $225; MUST lEI TO BELIEVES This ; ; )
clothing, all at 2S50<<, furniture. Sear 9.9 hp'ou.board motor, $350; home has been refurbished stately two. Sealy double bed Ilk. n.w $100: twin Rate* magnificent rotldonco. 207 on llltlsj

r.frlg.. books washer, dryer picnic Evlnrude 25 hrf.; outboard motor $450. Story still hoe all the old charm (ou'_ been, but bed $35; matching twin hdbeds $20; Call Anytime Lake Santa Fo. 3 BR,.I r/. BA. 3.000 sq. ,ffi

table! other odds and ends. Go out 16 ''All with tanks. Ken'* Bait S Tackl. looking for. 6 BR. 3V BA. Lg. 'foyer large freezer $150; upright freezer built In 1979. The '.,**.' of, vorythln0,
2 miles, turn left 10th St.. right on $150; dresser, solid wood $65; apt. slie 1485.1541
East
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:*V Shop 964-4234 or 964.6691.4/12 3tchg LR. DR breakfast room Ig. pantry off stove $75; electric stove $95; law Florida's bat ., laic'Only' once |In
.r 12th Av.. see sign. 9644284. Itpd 4/26 kitchen, Ige. Fr. Prch w/bock gas '
\' 419JUST detached : utility TV $39; like ,new portabl. sewing Jay Dee& Sons a lifetime does a property sa exceptional
porch ,2-Car''garog.
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IN TIME FOR EASTER Bunnies.owls. machine w/ottachment $15.964.4284.BOBWHITE becomeavollabl.' ; '
w/workshop. On acre of land GrahamCarpentry
LAND FOR SALETEN huge ,
EGOS Call '
QUAIL.
'C( ., cat, glassware novelties.
azalea bushes, pecan pear and fig ,* .
Tapestry sale$8.50! I up couch *chair tr_.. Located at 429 N. Walnut St. InStark. 782-3942. Itchg 4/19 living
FABULOUS 2V4 AC TREASUREi Sumptuous
r ,. off all used clothes, also GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIESt Block I;
Sot 25% 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove .. For pis. call '
\ apptment. ,M-F ft.avt old. Outston-
fresh strawberries dally $5.95 flat. Rd. 3995. $400 down $70 a month. 7441744. Evening and ,.weekends w/brown markings, 6 wks. old. 4 exciting lifestyle. 3400 sq. Y'"
females. SO/each. 4/19 2tpd ding den I kitchen. Beautiful stone, fireplace.
Come see us for bargains. Bryan's This 463-1440
Call 964.5606.9/15 tfn,
:. 743-6863 or 259.2765.4/19 4tcha 3/10 .
E1 'N That Shop, Corner 16 and 301. Itchg THREE I ACRE LOTS on SR-221-Brook.l- KINGSLEY LAKCl 2/3 BR 2 BA. W/W ROTO-TILLERs 9hp Chain drive w/bedder & PaintingLarge $13.000.."unfurnished. $139,000 furnlshed.Mor.tgaga
attachment. $229. 964-7972. Itpd 4/19 I' 90000., rare, find Go. for. HI,
4/19 appro.
Rd. $2.995. $300 down, $55 a month. carpet, CH/A D... double garage .j
FRI. B SAT.l April 20 and 21. 500 S.W.stmor.tand.If 9645606..9/15 tfn lot. SEARS COLDSPOT COMPACT A Small JobsAlum .
large extras.
Many. By appointment.
cancelled. Itpd ONE ACRE LOTS Facing Forsyth Rd: 413.7941.4/05 3tpd 4/19 REFRIGERATORS For camper or off k... Siding LAKE BROOKLYN* 100' sugar" whit. land be cb,

, 4/19 3000. $400 down and S70-mon.h. New never used. $100. 9646426. ,11pd. SoHet? Id.al for leisure living.:! $47,000, 'w/mtg. 'of $28,880.
1 FRIDAY 9-4i Camper shell for small 9645606. 1/12 tfn < -NEVT3BR.2BAVAFHACamr. 72 FORD 4000 Bush hog disc 5 ft. stump '* *
pickup, $100; 4x8 electric portable signwl.H.r NEW DEVELOPMENT Approxj VI ac". lumper mower, 7 ft. boom back blade, I Driveway elF THI BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE
and numbers, no legs, will lots. Paved streets, central water $100 Fin. good condition $6,000. 44 MAG Patios Lovely roomy 3 BR, 2 fJA brick on 1.7 Aca1 Count
I have to hang or mount on post. $300; dn. $7S/mo. Owner flnanc.d. $4500 Down With BLACKHAWK SPECIAL, 10%" barrel Roofing try Club., D'ble fireplace $85.000.
larg. macaw parrot, $300; n.w and used 473.3454.3/29 tfn Mo. PM!.UOO lit Yr. w/holster. $250.! 964-8583. Itpd 4/19 WILSON *'.* *'

clothe for men and women; other IN LAWTEYt Near Stark.. 5% ocr... CHASTAIN'CONSTRUCTIONM44319 NICE QUARTERHORSE MAREi 9 yrs. old. JOE SUNSHINE RANCHl Mini-Estate. Now'own a
'1 miscellaneous _rchondl... 16-W to Strawberry Acr.s Subdivision. Asking Gr..n broke but gentle, good potential 496-3607 Florida homeslte that' private t unspoiled.'5 Ac;

j Morgan Rd., turn left then left at 40th $19,000. Ellen. ,1.904.736.9587..3/29 All Posing Costs Paid" saddle included. $500. 468-2941. -ColI.ct- Handsome; nearly new,' brick. Ig. mod. wkshop ft
St. at dead end. 9645904. Itpd 4/19 4tpd 4/19 ": LARGE QUILTS Diamond pattern ..
*Free Estimates stocked pond On SR lI, Minutes to.Gainesville.!
t FRIDAY, 9-ei Coleman tent; motorcycle 20 ACRES OF LAND 40000. Vi block: w/beautlful cola,.. Machine',quilting .* .*

' $100;. Chair, need reupholiterlng; ?W... of N-301 on C.233 (Morgan Rd.). MOBILE HOMES $150.468.2541. Itpd 4/19 TO SEE IT I IS TO LOVE ITI Charming hearty'newbrick
\ clothing; miscellaneous,' Corner 233 3 BLACK ANGUS COWS One block Subscribe
96<47135.OS 4tpd 4/26 FOR SALEA
.! 3 BR, 2 BA home on 1 V* Ac. Near CountryClub.
and 229A. Itpd 4/19 3S ACRES OFF HWY 230 Inside 'city Angus bull. First 1 $1200 takes all Today! 1850
: FRI A SATs Adopt-A-Dolls and croft limits.Good timber.$2,000/acre.Firm. .....67.:1: after pm.: Itpd 4/19 Great fam.-rm., fireplace'scm'd porch
Items; antique wardrobe. 13th St., off Writ. L. Herbert P.O. Box 899, Stan. W MOBILE HOME SALES, New and COLOR TVt $99 and up. Next to Starke heated S.P. 65000.Assum.mtg. oppr 'JC,. $39. nt
E. Hwy 16, 2nd house on right. See Mountain Ga. 30O83.'4/12. 2tpd 4/19 kited mobile homes for sale. Walter Truck Stop. south of Stark. 9648212. PIONEER Mo. pay $444. Owner offers fin. also

\ signs. Itchg 4/19 ---..- ..-... --, r'" (Bud) Alvarez Invites you to coma out RABBITSi For pets or meat. Lawrence SAT LAST PERFECT COMBINATION Good looking
t. FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 8:30 a.m. til ?? and browte. Highway 17 South Meng 6 ml. 301 South. 468-1919. tfn ELECTRIC CO. home and 33 fine acres. Split rail fence. Lands
, S.E. 22nd Av., 3 mi. south of Stark. MOTORCYCLES 'Palatka. Fla. 325-9551 or 328-4682. MOBILE HOME SUPPLIESS windows B Trailer Pole Special coped 'with magnolia', aialeas, pines' I

r -All kinds of stuff" Clothes, furniture, Starke, call Roy Wells 964-5251/9/22 doors, plumbing and elec. supplies; 200 AMP. dogwood. New Item \Vn3V swimming pool with

It f t odds I ends what-not etc. Also have 1982 KAWASAKI 250 low mlleo .. Ifn'i 8 also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 DBHvtre, AnywhsrtIn "' 'adjoining Jacunl ond spocloti decking.
Easter bunnies)11 I I Itchg 4/19 mile South of Stark. BrnMord
a, .reo. Good condition. Adult own.r. 'R' 3/01 Ifnfj County METICULOUS DESIGN B. CONSTRUCTIONi Brand

964.6148.4/19: :2tpd.4/26 CONN-CAPIR ELECTRONIC ORGANS 11 78Z-30fi new VA.: FHA a CorN 'T.rme. 3'f BA
\ ,Classijied,Ads \. Instrumental selections 6 rhythm
; .fora
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w/cathedral celling fireplace, skylight, .
Subscribe I selection, 13 foot pedal election
p .;nrVPM /<.- .' Twin keyboard organ benchlike; n_'. ? VACUUM r ., ($" .500. Excellent local.' "
_S W'.. __ 'w. .. '(all /-6981 ,..ntmen-3/29rtn OU \ : T. i im
\ t f! utll1r.. ,. \.1. ;. ..no 1 ui t iris ap .,; + ,. yt ,*i j3g) \ )tli.for'h. \
Lake.>> ,, .. y f' ? .f.I t: I) 1 (In.. t +y -a ; ; ,SALE"OH 1 t g .'![ rkiK.j.I '
; CallVicki'4S6226ts'Keystone 0" 'w@ com Classified '" NEW &' USED ed. owngri R ., u.
, Hill Ads Excellent termsl A great place to stay f plXLOCATION. ,

Heights: I ThomasCera lc Clay Feed. Get Results We Finance Our Own LOCATION.,Living at 12271E, kit* sit

Call Doris 473-2210 I I' 5o9sSR-2IB Mlddlebwrg .. ROYALS KIRBYS will appeal tq all of your senses even, your sense of
N Classes BIn -Innovativ..II!If'-

W. Mon. thru M. O 282.1063 Shop & Compare!! EUREKAS SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM KITCHENS 10 great ac.home. .

.. Starke; A u Insurance for HOOVERS ,..,/ Over 2.000 sq. ft. Oversized -double'
Special
10'o5-Clo..dSat.
Call Debi, 9616305 ** These Prices: Mobile Home Parks ELECTROLUX 'garage a workshop.Close to UCI FSP.

t //E; ul-1o-1o. ',' ... . . ton152. -.All types of homeowners FILTER SEARS QUEENS IDEAL Drive. Attractive CITY LIVING brick ON 5/3 A QUIET with CHIAoNO STPtETtMlmasa

I Ammonia nitrote..ton.$195 policies for COMMERCIAL.We ; 1 LR wfireplace.Dan .
CAR NEEDED 9IR. : IA. Lg.
, Barbed Wlro. ',' . .roll24.95 mobile homes. ; repair all makes DR Ig. uHl. rm... tltdsa*. Scm'd porch.

[ Field Fence. . . roll69.95 Can for Quote COUNTRY BOARD t BATTEN. Deck.'Ben Franklin

304-2' acc. wolf, septic, Subscribe. 3-3V4," potts''. . ',' .ea..$195 Olln's:Mobile AI Young'sSlnc.,1957 stove, CHI A. telling fon..-Hom. 1 Ac. $39.900..

..._,- "_ .Iec. fencepost in, -" Pensacola Bahia. ',' .50 Ib.$29 Home Sales Assum. mtg. $30,000.: IOM. M9J: mo.
submersible pump. low FLORILANDREALTY: CALL US FOR BULK SPREADING 1U.WO-A SMALL 'GEM. On I, Ac. COfnp .f.ty

, -1.24 Ac. $1.000 dn. down wI.."" *. I ." . Elaine M. Olin, Agent 964-6918 renov. Attract. 2'BR;". J. BA fromev e'it24'pofch.:
l e2'hAc.$1,000dn. 1316-9oc.fa".2BR. I 3 Miles north ofLONGCHAMP Owner financed.
_.. 964.5606
, -5 Ac. $2,000 down. BA home. 120 pecan trees.I'i --'- .----- '--' -,---- Starfcg on US 301 CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS 3 BR., 2 BA. LI. .DR. Kitchen ..
-5 A. Well X S.ptlc. $3,300 mil. to town. Mob.I.. 1"",. ,
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I CB on 31g. cor. lot. Only 42000.'
I dn. 1332.r BRm 1 BA block 964-7700" .-ESTATE SETTLEMENTS' 4 IR stucco, w/seporate
STATELY OLDER HOME-2 ,
I home In town. Furnished, '
i front porch., beautiful walk .v.rywh.r., 393 N. T.mpl. Ave. > )! HOMES ; apartment on 1.42 Ac. $48,000.
shady lot. fruit trees, '6 chalnllnk fenced.'Can expand Vernle '''I'. Odom/BrokerJ; 1.1 904 IAiFOID'OADJ' Comfortable.. ,3' .Ig.
and GRI bedroom, 2 full bath*. Enclosed sand
pecan tree* shop. or add-on $28 000. i ) garage;
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45000. r : INC. parch..,fc'd backyard..CB'storage bldg. 'Pov'd

EXCEPTIONALLY NICE-2 .. Spoclal I Storke. Florida .driveway. Nicely landscaped. $4B,900, "
-3 BR, t BA CHCA. Nice 00- .
BR. 2 BA doublewldemobile 1-<1 *i ,*
home on 1.7 acre. ._ area. 30000. ;: -' I _. T3 Bed/oom. Brick V.n*>.r Home INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY'
Screened enclosed porch. -4 BR-Good floor plan, (-1'.Bath CH/A
: ; ; Carport; Utility Room i i"74
$37.500 e 1400 SQ. FT.NOME on St. Clalr.$t,OnV : ,41p.
10x14 shelter. Was
PINE FOREST a tlng. Stove and ( | ,$..000 cash to .
$28,000. NOW 26000. llAWSON BIDG: Call for r On Your Lot r rlg.. CH/A rnorgogq.Dolt.Yourself |
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ACLawtey. APARTMENTS
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$30 N.Temple Ave.Stente.rlUOtl ,
Imp. pasture. Fenced. 3 I -181 Ac.'CirohomtYGoodhunting Starling At
wells ft 2 culverts. $1750 area. !:xH 12 & 3 Bedroom Apt.v r

Ac. STROur2'10 ,/'(. With 200' on i 'sFron,' II '2t7.1 I $32 8000.e
W.ll 6 ," County Rd. Zoned trailer;; ;
10 ACRES- Septic. C & C Mini Storage
REALTY '
15000. Good Building Acreage; biH
rent Plan of
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I/-G) Financing.
'.rcanorur Country Club Area. 1530 W. MaKtmPhOM Now Rnntintj '

((904) 782-3931 --- -, : .'- .-S Ac.,476' on. 301.South... I IUIS1ZMII' .I.tere.ttartlng' at 4% to 13%. 8 2. 0* IVaV i x UriiitV.SPfcC.I .-.' .
Ferlirfarmetleti.
,Call
111, '*4.tWI '
P.O. Draw.rM A7140H hOr4e ..Won.IOGo.\nlu.I\ _.? iO.nla .
I '-l7M .3 Bldg.-Us. 'one. Rent 41 I' O"OarUHITY At 6 i 1 'Unit 585 p r rho'nt'
301 lawtey /, I ." .,. 9646853NOWLEASINGI
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221 Lafayette St.Aero*from Wishbone I' : .- :" ,'t "hR' tarke 1:s.1. r'1' .,'. qty I. I 11I q', :

Mon.-Frl. 9Vt a.m. to 5:30 p.m. loturdoy 9 a.m. 12 noon j, : :/.tf"" From,, I

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*ONE ACRE With 2 BR. 1 BA Mobile home. ONLY 8.5001 ," w.t t < )f I "
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*INVESTMENT PROPERTY-Term or. unbelievable' ) Call today:Wont fat 'long. of! \ 1 A',': t;. '' $ 0 5FEATURES ,
*230 EAST Corner lot. Perfect for homeslte. Two -" m Units"' 4U.t I
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*NEW 1IOME-Uniqu. design with 10 acres. Extra* Include Flreploee. wet? bar,built. ..f. 1.Pf _
4id. x-sid. maker.4 BR 2 BA. 'II? ;- : f ; '. '." ., :ff' ,,; I '
DW. refrlg';w/k. : '
Ins grill disposal .
Jennalre .
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*REDUCED-V.ry (large brick hamwith ov.r 100 acre., area. \ i ..! ., .N "I'f. 1; ;# Su.ply., Co. "'". ... .
: *LARGE CB MOMS with extra lots on Church Street. Fenced backyard. .If' ..,., J", ;, ,'
*NICE STUCCO HOME with large storage building. Good financing. ':' ;, ''j":. ,,: ;'. t ; 'x. r(;i. Ml N.-844 N.lTsrigla 9.Llj ; '

+4 BR, 2 BA CB HOME on paved Hwyy with ;35 acre of 'land. Wm. iivld.. .t:1: EnergyEfflcle-J. : f' :' Ster.en ri,e,, '. { .'.."l' .. 1
: -Cust&mPrapes' ;
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.38 ACRES with 301 Hwy frontage South Of Storke. ." > .
.10 ACRES NORTH OF KEYSTONE HEIGHT$ $17.900. 1 .1 'e Private Patios !\'I"';I" \ ": C;"c entrap Heat/Mr ;. Prie.1
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CONCRETE BLOCK. :3 life. 2 BA. Nice yard, quiet( neighborhood. 41000. ,. -.i: '" '. .' ; -.
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NICIlOT-Eorltqrl8each. -Ik f. v :'11. : .i ,e' : ""f' ; *tert
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.HAMl'ToN LAKE A EA-Approxlmotely\30a'yd: *. from fake; 3 BR ,IV4\BA Brkk.,.A, : .." ..... .. IIA:-7291"'r.. l '. '.":;,;.',.y. ,.t Z'ir.l'. ." ... :. ",' ( I e- 11t4, ,'- r tIL4pNlesn ;
Chain link f_. extro double garage:building. V; "" .''' 'I', '\ f '" r ,iK.'fIf1r: ; 1 } ,vr f E
*HWY 100 SOUTH-f Ac.. CB -3 BRnt BA. v"M'-J" Est 4 r" .' .:' "FCMI" ToiyJ-! ,'f ., ',,", "\r' 9 1
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carpet .
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*NICE HOUSE oN 3 ACRES- 1800 Sq. Ft..and double garooe. : ,
LAKE-Too .'roII to mention I r\\ r" ;" : ._. I qty, i'1'' '. : WEIMGWEiLi
ON SILVER many y' r- d 'f.lflTt\
BEAUTIfULfMOU -,.'' .
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6 NICE 29 AC. Hwy\ 225. : loror' rood frontage,-; .'cleared; ',"some"wooded. ; '..tt81 Southern VHtee" Drive W\ "'.' !, ,.\. ."'"M".d"l.. ..'" ., "'.,;" "'\. 1..'.",:.,.;,..,',' ,, '' Mr l lr

ASSOCIATES: > .,J ( \"" .oj R"I, > q I\/\/.' ;
.. IRENE %4.5142, ,. HUCIU.SPRY964-842&1? LocatedotBMwyl4West. ) ? ,:' ',1" ) .' i ; ,:. '.f"-r. '- "..,..,<1 / ,
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J1MTOMPKINS43I-1255/: i :: _' -.r .I,\ ,, 'V '!""' '' '' .J., ,
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I Keystone ...i.i'i,; >-" 1 :' FOR SALE : ,\'. ",'". .'/ .j

Heights AdsFOR .: ,*'r'1 \':. ....' Union County 4J. s.\) 'Ji

.. "i! S ." HALLOW AND DEEP WILt'PUMPS. PVC"' ., t J :.
t., r\i-f-.I- .. i-/; ... .
; \ \ pipe and fitting.. Water softener

I RENT WANTED' PERSONAL. SERVICES,.. .,:TM .."*.1 Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hat*., H LP WANTED. PgftSONAt$ ': ;
tI. 1 '473-4006 1/5 Ifnchg .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS WOODED ACREAGE I. 'j, > AT PACK HAT (
Young family BUY. SELL, TRAPS SATELLITE ANTINNA dealership DORMAN .
WILL AND
REALTY REALTOR de'lre. wooded In Clay Coun YARD MOWING Book now for summer, located 2 blks n. of red light. HWY 21. ovwlloble. No experience required. SEP11" '
acreage 4924tpd Package; deal welt drllf+l\, ,",.,
Rental ahead. : \
Property Available month Call 47>'8 34. OPEN .
ty/Keystone area, Would consider : : Wed.Sat.6, : Dealer cost for complete unit os low a* .
m ZONED COMMERCIAL On HWY 21 In small, fairly secluded house on> large ,: ,j. !&,:,? > & old (ewelry, household $599. Retail $1399. CAll DAY Oft NIGHT303.514.4988.3pd pump new Installation of *ptlc.
tanks, drain field. and lift stations."
| Key Mono, 3BR. Bath home CAR'INTlR'WORI() Remodeling woi y i
$400/mo. \; ,
Jot. Call Jan 16411961. .1191tchg nffi-.goods china furniture, mtacet. Item. 4/5-19 ,
available. '
Mobil.home All .rk'
J *!*. lleth COTTAGE on Lake Brooklyn ,. kitchen Cabinet and trim carpehti 473-2183. 3/15 tfnchg GOVERNMENT IOtS. $8,442-, pole

furnished. $230/mo. For more Info. HELP WANTED r Reasonable price. Call 473-4018 "'tt'', ,' 14 CU.FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER Avocado, $7S,177/voar. for In'ormatlon'call '01 1 .' 375-2151.guaranteed UFN. call 9/1 Tommy Dor'man
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call 5:30 1/9 //JJ
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p.m. tfnchg and la"stallation. ,Good working condltln $100. Dellv.ry 805-687-6000( Exf.! 1.7000 (Call f fundobU. CUSTOM MADE Droprles. Valance, and
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY CARPET AND VINYL repair ""ton be arranged. 733611.12 .
tfnchg ) 4-4x1 '/12.513GOVIRNMINT
l leellor..n-,,*, BARBER STYLIST wanted. Call 473-4532 .. Free estimates. Ten years' 4 X B UTILITY TRAILER-BOXt Used once, JOBS Thousand ot Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143: for
2/16t ncno. after 6 p.m. 3/22 tfnchg experience. Call 473-4217: and ask 'for -- $300. Call 4737738.19,1tpd vacancies' must be filled Immediately. FREE EstimateS and W 'bt.'P'.i.UFN : ,'
STYLIST NEEDED for newly expanded Craig. 1/9 tfnchg ;/ :AJ J .;;:.bAMWAY PRODUCTS Homecare. com- $17,6.14 to 50112. Call 716842.6000. 9/29 removal; :'P'jA: +'
IBM FURNISHED TRAILER facility. Mu.t be all DAYCARE IN MY HOME, CloselOv ,' > NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree 1 and",
|In Keystone ,, experienced In -'hierclol.. health and body aid. Dealer Ext. Sitaa: 2-pd 4/19.26
area, $ 25/ma, Call phases of Doris' Hair Keystone schools Call 4737529. ./j2 pruning.' Also firewood, oak and pine;.
73.70'7.5"2' cosmetology. '. '. needed to tell, to buy; or become PROCESS MAIL AT HOMEI $75.00 per for tale Coll,Thomas Nettle 496-3823,"*,
2tch" Clinic. Contact Lot Olien 473-2211. tfnchg dealer. '73367'19 tfnchg hundred I No bperl_. Port or full "+'0NEW '' .
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f> ON BIO LAKE BROOKLYN 2BR cottage, 4/19-3/10 4lehg HANDYMAN All kinds of horn. repair, USED-.5FT. BUSH MOWER Good condl- tlm.. Start Immediately. Detoll-send 12/22
refused
$300/mo. Call 473-3334: or 12821727. AVON TERRITORICS AVAILABLSi In and mobllehome repairs, and fix-up need lion 500. Call 473.4183.4/19 Itpd self-addressed stamped envelope to \ CREDIT card Nobody
AU Call
3/1 tfnchg around Keytone/Melroe. For detail No |lob too mall, Minor plumbing ". C.R.I. 6092 P.O. box 3149 Stuart Fl Visa/Mastercard.
OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flame call Shlrlle at 473-4836. 4/19-26 2tpd repair. Cleaning service tight haul LAND FOR SALEIN 33495. 4 'pd 4/19-5/10 805-637-4000 Ext. C-II36J; 4chg

'ingo St but can .be seen from SR-100 ing. Call Jim 473-3671. day or evening. 3/15-4/5
SR-21 1/12 tfnchg. NOTICE Faroh A. Duke will no longerbe
and Intersection. Prime location. YARD SALE ,
'. BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS OF N.C.t
Call 473-3411.1/3: CARPENTRY/MASONRY WORKS Portia,' FOR RENT responsible for any debt mad. by
tfnchg
lake lure, .83 acre,wooded.Will trade Oarlene ,
Duke effective of March 28
additions, home*, and tile
remodeling
JBR.. 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOUtli On SATURDAY Apr 21, 9 a.m.-tlll. HWY work. .. .. 473-4473 before '1'> equal value or let) outright for $ .500 1984 4 -pd 4/5-26
h Lake Geneva. Fenced yard with Utility 100 to Gizmo. Follow .igns-Hutchlson Fr. .Imat. 'and fake Up payment of $125/mo. at TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
I shed CH/AC. Available Feb.' 15. Rood. 473.7321.4191 tpdTHREE. 9 p.m. 4/9 tfnchg. II percent Interest. Call Don at liNT Union County Times, 150
FOR SALE
$429/mo. and. damage deposit$423; fAMILY Frl-Sat. 9tlll. Fairway'' QUALITY PAINTING Minor repair, Free 473.2356.3/29.4/ 4tchg MainStreet Lake ButUr. Phon. .
Call Patty Shockleford 1.268-6493 'I.hj estimates Call 0173.388719.26 2tpd 496-2261 for Information TFN 4/1
or St. hear Woman* Club. Furniture, COVER ACREs wooded lot on Alligator
17254646. tfnchg aquarium good toys, miscellaneous' \ Creek, ISO plus ft'' on water.$6,600, no THREE SIMOOM APARTMENT IN LAKE PUPPIES AKC Shetland Sheepdog puppies :+
,GENEVA LAKE ESTATES Distinctive, Item, bicycle. EVERYTHING must go.: MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS closing co.... Call '-'66-3967 after 7 BUTLER $123.00 month. Security (Toy Collie" ) I23.0O. Phon.
clean, 3BR, 2Bath home. Kitchen and 4/19 Itpd p.m, 4/12-26 3tchg deposit required. Phone 4962179. 4962846. ufn 3/22
laundry appliance Garage, $490/mo. ANONYMOUS.'. Closed MOBILE HOME Partly furnished 2 BDRM, COUNTY UNI USED FURNITURE 8 miles'
Call 475.2306.4/5 tfnchg3BR """ .meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open PETS 2 tH, all electric.' Shady lot. Phone North of Ralford on 229 Royce Rd, turn
2BATHI Unfurnished.' All modern HOMES FOR SALE meeting Friday.B p.m. Alanon,.Mon 4962B42chg| right. Phone 2752908. Dresser, chest
appliance, cut. decor, CH/AC, day 8 p.m.All meeting at Educational """ mirror*, 'table, vanity. Cloth of all
$300/mo..4/12-3/34tchg Building Community Church 473-2790 AKC REGISTERED, CHOW PUPPY( Call YARD SALE kind and shoes, all cloths and shoe 10
BRICK HOME 3 BR, 2 BA. low down pay. or 479-2130.1/9 tfnchg 904.282.0903,4/)2 Ifn.| ., cent. Friday Saturday and Sunday
PIT
ment. Phone 473-3757 3/13. dues. BULL PUPPIES 3 mol.. at$90 each. 3 8:00 till 8:00 l .4/19
evening OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No : a.m. : p.m. --chg
CARS, TRUCKS' tfn fee 'or weigh In*. Op.n meeting )female at $35 each. For more Info call MINI FLEA MARKET April 20-21, 8:00: BOAT Extra clean 15 ft. 9 "fiberglass

& Tuetoy's,'7:30; p.m. Community Church _473-2747, 4/12.19.2tchg a.m. until). Corner of 121 and HWY 18 Cadillac fish and ski boat. Electric start
BOATS Educational Building Keystone >'KC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES Black Worthington Spring next to Handy 35/hp Johnson Sooho.... Tilt lift ,
PERSONAL SERVICES .., Heights, 473.2790.1/5 tfnchg and tan champion bloodline,$150. Call Way. 1-chg 4/19 trailer. 2 set of ski's. Reedy to- got ,

1974 MAVERICKs 2dr, S/S. .lx cylinder. --. BINGOiAMERICAN LEGION HALL:..:. Post v. 473-7317, 4/12 Itpd ,First 1000.00 take It all) Phone

: New battery shock, muffler and' PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete 202, SR-21 north. Keystone .Height! ;! ,I' '" LOST/FOUND INSURANCEMAINES 196.28421--chg 4/12
brake lining. Good 20mpg transporta lown'car* and maintenance,' Sat. 7' p.m.; Sun.. 2.5 p.m.'..Mon.t .' MOBILE, HOME Kingwood 12 x oO. 2

I; tion. Need tire, $300. ..73.3512.19 Commercial or residential. F...; t, percentage game,7-10 p.m,Publjc In; BDRM 1 bath window A/C. $4,000.00
: Itpd ..lImClI... 473-2197 ev.nln"11 vlted. 3/29 tfnchgPERSONAL ,JQY POODlEi Apricot coloring female. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. unfurnished, 5000.00 furnished..
I I 4tchg 5/03' ) ,. ,Lost April 8,north of Melrose on SR 21. Lake Avenue, Lak. Butler, 4963978. Powell's 496-3377, I-pd "
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,CaIl475-1634.4119 Complete Insurance Service. TFN. STRAWBERRIES U-pIck 50 cent a quart

we pick 79 cent a quart. Co,3 mile
11 more, Starke Ads. i't; '':;' 'ft( :,.r:.. REAL ESTATE South of laCrosse on 121. sign on right

hand side of road. Open Mon.-Sat.8:00
a.m.Dusk.. Phone 462-1774.' 2-pd
LOOKING FOR A sPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY '
FO'R PERSONAL SERVICES 4/19-26
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CARS & TRUCKS RENT SERVICES .. "I I don't hove It, I'll find It- Just ''NEW HOME /HAYING' EQUIPMENT.
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' aik. JANE S. USHER, REALTOR. Phone 431-10B6 1-.:-chg 4/19 '
' : 1972 FORD FSOOi V.8. ..p., power steer, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PA.K.Mobil. CHAIN LINK FENCE; I Installed.; : Free EXPERIENCED PAINTER! Neat work, Interior 496-2124 or 496-2903, ,eve. "Your AKC DOBERMAN'PUPPIES'Male< $75

'I' fi Ing west coast mirror, warning light, homes and for rent. estimate.. Handy-Man FenceCo.. or' 'exterior. Free estimate Union County Realtor" 8/04.tin each, Female $30 'each '. Phone
F.n.w'rebuilt engine. May be teen at'' 'space Owner.Tommy Reddish 964-8559.3/29 Reasonable at.e with good 4/19
I Waldo City Compound. Sealed bid accepted 'Recreational "vehicle w.lcom. Phone tfn |- >(* reference, Cell 964.5177:105 tf n Want Ads Get Results, 96'J688.chg; ,
468.2912.9/16 tfn FLOORS SAGGING .House Unlevel? REPAIRED, All
at Waldo City Hall through April ., saWING MACHINES
20. City retain the right to refuse any MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT On. mile Nand Foundation Repair? WVcanS, ;;>','. moke cleaned oiled and adjusted,
and all bid, 3/291fchg 4/19 from Stark.city limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 solve your problem. Call for free SIS, Workguaranteed.. James ,
W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. estimate, LaRue and Clark Home Rd. and '
1979 VW RABBIT Bronxe, fully loaded. 'Strickland corner Morgan
' CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Repair. ((904)) 284-3160 2847089. 16.. .. 1229.tfn .
I Good condition. Take over.payment or Hwy. Slar.! This Weekend
Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call
I $239/7 moss ft $500.quity.'Firm. Con'I 3/29 4tpd 4/19 : :
I be teen'at Palm Apt*., N..301, Sat. &' 68.323.10/07 tfn. YARD WORK. MOWING/HEDGE TRIMM WANTEDJAkLES .. ,
APARTMENT monthly
STUDIO Weekly
Sun. 9644358.12 tfn ING. Free estimate With'own truck.

)97'" 'JEEP WAGONEER 4-WD: AT; PS: rate Av..7/28*. Palm Apartment tfn ,2314 N.Temple WILL Call WATCH Jimmy, 961.8315.4/12 CHILDREN IN MY 21pd HOME 4/19 i TIRESt'lfwa:: : axle and foci tires, : .;Go ,/: '
To
The
PB; AC AM/FM 8 Trk';, CB Rebuilt t Movies
transmission. Run good 533-2210 NICE ROOM with private bath. 9646035. Any 'age, reasonable rotes Phone Highest price'paid. Green' Welding ..
12/22 tfn 964.789.12 2tpd 4/19 shop, 301 South,,Starke. 1'1.,9601.5007.
after 6 4/12 4/19
p.m. 2tchg BRIGHTSONNY ROOM with bath:'Op- BOOKKEEPING CONSULTANT ,Need AXLES &'rillES, For mobile homes.Olln'
1977 CHEVETTE $ 3S0. Only 43,000
poslte Starke Post Office. Ask for Mr. help with bookkeeping but don't .,Mobile Home Soles. Coll 964-S606.!
mile. Good condition, 9644999. Itpd your thfe
Lyons. Must tee to appreciate. Affordable need a 'full or part time employee? I in] comfort '
1974 Come look and make
TOYOTAi at rotes. ,
fan help! 473-2950 or 964.8588, 4/12
offer/9648719. Itchg 4/19 LIKE NEW 3 BR. 1 BA CI HOME with 2.6 tin JUST LIKE

77, DODGE 4x4< $1750. 964.664.,1tpJ 3 ,acre*. On Griff I Loop.. Starke. BABYSITTING IN' MY HOMEi Anytime 'of you/ir own home. '

'. 1975 V-4 STATION WAGON Auto PS, $300-S323/mo.. 964-5445. Itchg 4/19 day or night. 9648407. References.Hchg419 / ,:

,PB AC.. -AM/FM stereo.' 9648991. 2 BR TRAILER. $173/mo. First and lastS .- GOLD ._. ." L I." ..,_... .-. ,. !; (" : ..
WII'OI\Rd'ltpd.! ,. montH refit. Cad 964737tor'964.4260.412J .JERRY'S: ,liL9CTIlICA41' ,Reaso.rigble; prices.Free' .-|>e>*
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.'M oerq t WUT1IJI J'Y .. ..W... ; I /HOMli)&: r. ..lImat..'. 24.hr.MMB** MN .. Kent aVideoDiscMach1t
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:8183..TIPd,, 7T1 private ...ttlngExc.lI.nt condition. Daytime only.' Clean Otmosphere. .. ,,i7fit: ;\ ..
i 1971 FORD 4x4: 1'5. PB; AC. 4Sp. 351 468-2374 after 6 p.m. 4/12 2tchg 4/19. iowtey' area 782.3603 at ri"/ : i w .
..ALJ..1 chl /26 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT CH/A. 782-3743.Itpd 4/19 .If ,1.,1.l" & Double ; erne
,Stove ft refrigerator Carpet ft drape.. 'WANTED, Yard work of any kind.Wowing .. ,1I: ; \ Bexs.r, _
HELP WANTED 185mo. 961.7293.4/12 4tchg 5/03 cleaning hedge trimming, etc,' :
EFFICIENCIES, Adult only South of Reasonable.. Please call 964-4322 even ....iI Feature, 1 ado
MANAGER-TRAINEEs Career position. Stark. art 301. By Hampton cut-off. Ing.. //192tpd 4/26
Life Insurance debit No experience Siesta Apt. Itpd 4/19 STARK LAWN SERVICE!. Coll 964-6346. I,
Will train. Training salary TRAILER 2 BR. 12x55. South of Owen Reasonable. Itpd 4/19 8
necessary.
$179 to ,$300 per week licensed In. Joist Steel Milt. 964-5760* Itpd 4/19 BILLS SAW SHOP! Cjnplete sharpening Movie 101111 &I vidpcJnet
urance agent 'may apply. Call SHARE A 4BR FARMHOUSE, Large service, circular hand, carbide, chain
1.376-58110'4/12 2lpd 4/19 gardening area available. Rent mower blade hollow ground and
NILOST 41 IBS. IN JUST WEEKS Need negonabls..Contact Bill at 964-4830 balanced leave at Jackson Building' for only

10 people who.would Ilk. 'to do the Thursday or Monday. l Itpd 4/19 Supply In Starke,. Keystone. Height or
ame. I con guarantee a 10 to 29 lb. a MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR, lake Butler TFNchq '
month weight Ion. IOOX guaranteed.All first month' rent plus deposit. No GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors,window, "'I.
natural product Call 4602908. 9 pets. 964-8816. Itpd 4/19 etc, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY $850 r'1'' '
A.M..to 9 P.M. Itpd 4/19 HOUSE-t BR FURNISHED, Ha AC yard 964-6073. Order also,token In lake 11, ,
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1APPUCATIONS ACCEPTED For fulr'tlm. maintenance ft garbage pickup Includ- Butler 496.3079, and Keystone '!fj", tax "
Experienced lawnmower, ed. $190/mo; $100/dep. 964.1623.ltpd Heights. 4734973. 2/26 tfn '" a "
employment. -
and chain saw repairman needed and 4/19 FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS '" and deposit"For '
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part knowledge'preferred. 'Apply In1 ,HOUSE BR FURNISHED Nice ft clean. 144 West Call St.' 964-7303 :' :9'c{' Earn 'Money "

at Bryan' Ace Hardware, 964-7623. Itpd 4/19 Open lue..-Fi. 9 tit St30 'i "iSet. ,.. '
person .Y ,
Keystone Height, !Palmetto ft NICE 2 BR HOUSEt. Ideal for small familyor .i9 AM HI 3PM "- I i.: "From- oiit'' Own ,
Nightingale. 4/12 tfn older couple walking distance to Appt. Not Always Necessary 7T?! ; more information call
church.. reference required. ';, : ,
part-time store 107.f.ri! '. 1GE YARDSALE ..
CHURCH Seeking OR
, "BAPTIST hour. Send resume to $26$. 473-3628. 271 S. Orange St. .Itpd ......... y.-, ..;:. AR -- \.
I setr.tary:20 419ONE 'WANT TO DRINK :-*' : Y !, ". '
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P.O. Box 328. Stark., Florida 32091.HOUSEKEEPERCOMPANION < ; .
I Free room FURNISHED 2 BR II BR APART 'THAT'S YOU BUSINESS:' ,l_ 'h .. .-F- -- THE 'OFFICE 'SHOP ;
MENTSs'$200/mo. plus' $75 *ec. dep. WANT TO STOP THATS OURS. Any? Yard 'Sal. H.ld During
I and board alary* In exchange. light ft hot water furnished. No, pet. Alcoholics Anonymous APRIL $2.75 and can u.. up
1 light domestic duties. CPU required. 9648071. Itchg '/19' ......10 964-5434: ,,,.,,,. you Starke9645764
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i .. 04682619.19 Hn ONE TWO-ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY ,ALANON FAMILY GROUP to-,50' WORDS', fo, d.terlb. 110 CallS .

'DO YOU WANT TO MAKE S100/WX 9646929.IX'lA APARTMENT $160/mo plus $75. tec. '''-'219.' -ft ,:,*., ,,vaf\ fl. ]junk"I,noon 'to be BO*' : "

I Call Allegro.. MeRae, dop Utilities Included;. No P.t;- 2/091Stpd3/17! mebn.'* tr.a.uf.. :
American gift -
Exclusive Early .
Tiara '
L llchg 4/19 '
In alas. 4OStchg 4/26: q64-'PJ, ". ,'. .J Norman Want Ads Get 'Results"'Land ,
Food Store 1.l "" '1' I' : Call Today I IT
now
,a, MANAGES Pep-O '. 5 .
taking application? Apply, 620. Sj "' ..'I!-. '!I.erf4eeflriIaas.."..">ir.eex 964-6305-ss.rk. Contracting'Roof ,
Walnut Stroe> 4/09 tfnv" _;...' ..-. 1
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: Nettles Sand eUlm.nxk Will: Drilling { .- .. to Keystone Height Golf Course, churches .
: RADFORD COUNTY I 73-221-Keystoe "1ft.' CalU737824'Now '
f ; and schools Price range from $2,950 to
I Plumbing Repairs J "
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..j"i Tree $12.500..
468-1455 -'
'! : 96 -6303 Just Listed.CSILVERRIOGE ....

J ; t.JNIONCoUNT' 'Service, .4MM..._..eJl.State) licensed... ....Hampton. "1+4UiN ,.. r ; /. Ac. .lot. on- high rolling :.;
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I: ; ''. TIMES'tr.: ..' "removals' ., !,.! < .w- ; ; land. tots of ,..... Sortie with lake View. All I
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: Also pruning d.mo.sinp. with lake access, Excellent term: Only $143 ;
Commercial"w
Jtesldential
i 406.2261'. FIREWOOD down. '

LAItEREGIQN"" 'Oalad PI_ ;,P.T ,TffA'Carpe5.Cleaning Service //1 1.. Just. Staked... *. ':

MONITOR. licensed Free Delivery* Insured CIRCULAR DRY FOAty' METHOp+ ,1\\ 'i Accepting! Appllcat. .' ps ,, *INDIAN' LAKE WOODS: VI Ac. to, 2 Ac, '

._, .. '...,.7'3422 h-_ Ii-.1. Iray...; .Quality Work '. COOKIE': II I I I 1 4 BedroomButler Apt building site on newly Some"paved County Indian Road!, I.' "

; ,Thomas p. Nettles PH. 04737 ,. ". ..for r'lake.Community Special)water.term. overlooking "
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Steve Broadway J49641U Guorqnteexl Keyttorie'Height*. FLy- ,--. -
Work
Owns ;" J \ ', *PARADISE VIEW X KEYSTONE OAKSI Only' a .
TREE SER IICE' '- eke : Apts. few lot left. From '/V'Ac:.to I.' Ac..Close eut.Name .. '.'
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: you term
,i Removal:; ** arpe Any !5 Sco ch ard ., 1005 $.W. 6th Street:' I Ir *MOBILE HOME LOtS: W Ace on paved road; .'
I From S300 down and $60 per mo. Only. 7 'left! I
Trimming'r Is r ;' Lake, Butler,.Florida! : :; ,*20 ACRES.. ,PLUS:: Sutrounded, _>y 'J;
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Stump I$ nn dt'N A aMrMe' Excellent Investment opportunity ,
development
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Firewood "
,. .-r .. y yentm at $40.000 cash or $45,000 te.'ml.'
JFree' Estimate House ; I. ; : ,"4 :i' COMMERCIAL LOTS AVAILABLE: On mojor s,
Whole Special \
n (uv.wn..Hrt.38r.-) ,1 ,FEATURES : .t;;;
473-4732 ,, -_ highway. We wilt finance" IQ'/iX Interest. .. '_t
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5 : '" *GOLF COURSE LOTS % to |.5 Ac.In the mcwf i
l + ( & Air Private Patios (* M i bedroom) ; i
Hoot
psr5P.M. t arpt X12)i. rlll f YtAMb ley. I beautiful, area l 'of ,the Keystone Golf,,Covr*.. :;
''. Wall fo Wci dl ) g' !Wtilk-(n Clol.tsI "
Carpe" few fast.
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"" 44" / Only a and they are moving ;
,Mystona Furniture Cleaned e&ciiait . .Custom Drapes Cabl TVConn ctonMl Set'r r. I *GOLF CLUB DRIVE! W AI!;. lot* with wide. 'Iron '

,, "Don't' M tcHI: 1g"StQV4I & Hood, Free woi.fSew.l 6 Trash ,(age'on paved ,.- .'Community water Easy
Ofalllifd.| PaysProsUr
its Fqcllltle ,. Maln anonc ,, walking dtyance Jo Club House, Just coming. on ,

,Bradford & Union County and swrroundinf area Laundry. ProfessionOEManageinent ', ,"" 'the market,i; Liberal terms!,

:' : Cleaning & Dye Co. : '. ',: ,. : :', .... / Jock Courtnay ,
Florida Carpet "
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!:AAtr. HoMs.=',; \ WI hays Catptt Itaktt tw Sil! .' fi -, f. r"An.. lnl_wol 'I? II P.O.Box- "'; 13...,4-KWStone... ,.'-':.Hat. : ,,

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I parcel of land on Bayless Highway to three miles south of Starke on SR-100. recognizance.
Marcus L. & Lillian A. Conner for Bond for the charge was set at$300. 'Or'; "
q !' Land sales for' the week ending $62,500. Cribbs was released after a surety Ed Lamar Rainey, 36 of Lake This Easter '
t April 13 totaled$460,090 in 15 transac- Glenda M. It William A. Key Sr. bond was posted. Butler was arrested for d driving while '
v tions. sold a parcel of land on Cypress intoxicated and driving with unlawful
t Prices are figured from documentary Avenue in Crystal Lake Homesites to ClaudieC;Ford 45,Gainesville was blood alcohol level bn April 15.Raineywas [}[fl9f] OO@
j tax stamps affixed to property Montgomery Conference.Center. Inc. charged with driving while intox- stopped on SR-100 about two GJ.v
!t sale deeds filed in the Bradford County for $83,000. icated as he drove through Brookepon miles west of Starke' 'by TrooperD.F.
> ; courthouse. The sales were: April 16. He was stopped on SR-18 according Pescia... .v @) BUNS.
-: Dennis A. &Sylvia Ann Lee sold lot Traffic ViolationsIn to a report from MarshallT.E. Bond for the charges was set at
34 of Sampson Lake Shores Unit II to Raulerson. .' $600. Rainey was released after sure- 1
Ralph 7000.H. & Eunice F. Hutchinson for Bradford CountyThe ,Bond for the charge was set at$300., ty bonds were posted ), Bunny & Lamb

George & Jeannette M. Mundell following individuals were arrested -
sold lot 10 of Unit 3. Indian Beach to by local authorities for traffic Cakes
Tommy W. & Judith A. Tomlinson for 'violations in Bradford County during Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm 2 ,,

$115,000. the past week. Corner of 24th Avenue South &: Iorsyth'Road ? Egg Cakes ..
Sampson Lake Properties Inc. sold Phillip W. Hinson 20, of Starke was I ,
J lot 19 of Breamwood Point to Miles C. arrested April 14,for driving while in- Take'100 West to. 24th- Avenue turn right to farm Large & Small
McDermott for 17000. toxicated. Trooper W.D. Langston '"' '
Miriam L. & Robert Lee Brown sold stopped Hinson on SR-100 at SR18. Open Thurs., ,Fri.; & Sat. 8:30-5:00: I Also Decorated for I' ,
four acres on Griffis Loop to AnthonyW. Bond for the charge was set at$300.
& Paula R. Maggio for 10500. Hinson was released after a surety Now Featuring: Blueberry, Apple &: Peach Trees i .E AS akesPASTRY
Jessie Roddy sold lot 11 of Block,5, bond was posted. Cakes* Cookies *
Southgate Replat to J.E. & Ramona
M.Tomlinson for $5,500 Robert Gerald Harris 32, of Jasperwas COMING 'SOON' BEDDING PLA'NTS'i SHOP
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charged with no valid license on 'i
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New River Community to Babette E. Center Street.
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:4 Reginald E. & Yvonne D. Aldridge Ernest Glenn Tetstone 38, of -
is l sold lot 20 of Sampson Lake Villas to Gainesville was arrested April 14 in .,
;! Gary Alan& Debra Ann Braddock for Brooker for driving under the influence I "
13000. and driving while license THE '
| R.V. & Beverly Durrance sold Lot 1 suspended, according to Marshall
: ; of Block B, Blanding Subdivision to T.E5. Raulerson. Financing
F[' James L. & Imogene Locke for Bond for the DUI was set at $500 0 OFFICE; Available
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Mark V. Olin sold 1.5 acres on Pleat recognizance. A $59.25 fine was paid SHOP.withpaymelits'
t sant Grove Road in Woodlawn to for the DWLS. of I than .- '
6 i Frank Sutton for 3000. 110 W.Co1158. ,' less
tl$ Susie Glisson Wallace sold a parcel Wesley D. Willingham 36, Starkewas ', per month. lflllllllllJJ Our Double Feature Special' ...
t.:; of land S.E.of Starke to Danny R.Lee arrested for driving while license 964-5764 i'
1!' for 9000. suspended. He was stopped on SR-100 6 j Slorke.Flo. .
: Jimmy L. Day sold an undivided about two miles south of Starke by '
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by Ann Sponholts good home for most of them, usually old. Most of the birds occupy targe umbrella cockatoo, who hold*thoprominejv -
SPECIAL FIXTURE WRITERA by simply giving them away; the shed In the back of the Chanftblee, in this bird comnaunfty.1134:
)ear ago, -.atislt to Len 'others, would become permanent home where cages and nests lino the cage Is inside the Chambiee house
Chaml>lee was a* entertaining as a residents.But walls- where he often times has run of the

trip to the zoo. Dogs, puppies, cats, > eight months ago, Lesa became The young birds stay,in their nests house.Lena Just purchased a mate for
kittens, ponies, birds and rabbits coexisted pregnant and complications resulted until they are six-weeks-old with both Omar from South America. .
in every nook and cranny of. I in her having to remain In bed for father and mother caring for the A litter of kittens can still be found-
the Chamblee'a yard and home. Today .over five months of her seven month young, Lesa said. on Lesa's front porch and two Dober.
I things are a little calmer at the pregnancy.
mans prance proudly in the yard but
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Chamblee home. young perlitter
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"When people found out 1 was sick, and have three clutches (Utters) yellow sign on Ulrthway'U
i It all started five years ago when they started leaving their animals at every six months," Lesa explained as South In Melrose pointing towardLena's ,
i word jot out that. Melrose resident \the Humane Society'in Florahome," she gently stroked a young chick. house, now reads "Birds for \. ,
, e Lesa Chamblee was a soft touch when said Lesa, adding that she considers Sale 475-2760" instead of "Pets,'Etc"
to came to animals. Soon Lesa learn- .the couple who run the Humane Socle- Then the parakeet parents "rest" as it read nearly a year ago. ;
ed to expect at any time a litter of kit fly in Florahome "very special for six months and they are ready to ,

f '' IY tens, an unwanted pup or an Iniuried people". start breeding again. But as Lesa points out: "It probably I :
wild animal at her door step In the '. Lesa. Is back on her feet again and Lena breeds the English parakeetas won't be long before I'm back into all '
., Iii morning. Lesa would take each, .:bursting with ,the pride of a new well as, the more common the animate) again"
rX animal into her home without parakeet. 'According to Less the
question mother, and rightly so, as a beautiful double Lesa's husband,David,who has lived ;
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of' have three other ,a business In Gainesville.Lesa smiles :
surrogate mother to a medley colorful.
rz animals."I children: Amy, 5, Jason a and affectionately'when she speaks of '
is I + Christopher age 1 But of course Lesa couldn't stop David and how he shares her love for ,
y r just could never:say no,"Lena Since Lesa had to slow down she with just breeding parakeets.She also animals. .' I I
said. "If an animal needed me, J has been has canaries, sun conures, red rump
concentrating on her It's obvious that Lesa has two : !
would find a way to care for them. favorite love parakeets, cockatiels, blue front very'
birds. She breeds '
a Amazons and Coffin cockatoos.But important things going for her: a r
Once the animals were old enoughor variety of birds and now has 140 tender place in her heart for animals; ':
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noon.meeting of the Florida Dairy carpets are offered in., ., ,
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ference on April 13 at the Farm aU pleasing to the eye and .
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a', will focus on this topic as well showroom today and take a 1 look 5 2 9 '
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was in Miami at the time. In 1928, lost," Buck said with a shy twinkle ln,'.
could have happened just, about Buck went to the Dodger's farm in his eyes, "Otherwise they'd .
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1.1 E Ele rylr baseball field like an unwanted guest. Baseball was still in its Infancy house and start lifting meat cleavers"at
.. ''I1, It's the bottom of the ninth. The scoreis when Buck entered the game. The Office an early age as Buck did, and your''
108. The bases are loaded, and of Baseball Commission was arms measure 36 Inches, you're .
A"7ry there are two outs. The tension rises. formed in 1920. It was the days of almost destined to be a good ball''
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"The Old Bull" is standing tall on the Joe DiMaggio Lou Gehrig and Babe When you meet Buck, the only,
pitcher's mound..three balls and two Ruth. And i if Buck didn't play with the physical:! remnants of his baseball
strikes on the batter. Old Bull's shifting greats he either knew (them well,or days are the way he wears his!
eyes scan the bases flash across saw them play. baseball cap' as only a, proplayer'wears
home plate and finally make eye contact These were the days' when admis one and the scar around his:
with the batter. Old Bull windsup sion to the game was 25t. "But a right elbow and up his arm' where'
r t'' leans back then swiftly carries double-header on 4th of July was 351," surgeons tried! to mend an arm that
c through as the ball, flies out of his said Buck. once threw bullet-speed baseballs;.'*
a + right hand and races toward home When Buck's fastball was at its Buck and his attractive' wife;.'
n plate. The crowd leaps to its feet. It'sa peak, which he said lasted about 2Vfc Margaret, moved to the lake region",
w1,,, 1 fast curve: "Strike three." yells the years he could make that ball travelat area almost 12 years ago from:*
a umpire. The game is over; but as the astounding speed of 95Vi mph. Jacksonville where Buck' had- two1
\I. *i iI ; Paul Harvey would say -- "Now Buck's sharp memory takes you stores He Is also well-known"as'a.; :
here's the rest of the story.." back to these exciting days of meat and egg wholesaler having'wholesaled
I Memories. Most folks around here know "The baseball as he weaves his yarns about to such businesses as
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.. Old Bull" "as' Buck Billiard Dean' ball J'an.j:;,
today Dizzy hollering t6 those try Pride and Norman's Country"
Buck Bullard and his wife Margaret are proud of the past log the 19:108: and his son George Id the head football coach owner and operator of Buck's Egg players to slide; or tells about the Market, as well as being known as one <
t and the future + he was a professional baseball player dur at Vanderbilt University. Market, located east of Keystone 30-yard line on the south side of the :, 'j ":.
Heights on Hwy. 100, right outside of Orange Bowl once being the pitcher's
Putnam Hall. It's ,where cracklin, mound from where he had pitched in See Bull... pl3B: ::'..pa'':
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country hams, smoked, sausage dou- 1926; or about Pete Rose's father who ;
and color ble yoke or brown eggs, and maple ,I" : I I"41rq, \e
Begonias supply variety gardens flavored bacon are only some of the
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If you like variety and a constant of organic matter such as peat moss Most fibrous-rooted begonias, with upon from Buck's market. 13" 964-4956
display of color throughout the leaf mold or well-rotted manure. the exception of the double flowered Buck spent 27 of his almost 75 years .1 "-9
season you'll .love begonias. The Begonias are not heavy feeders; so varieties are propagated 'l
begonia family contains more than fertilizer should be applied sparingly. r Jt,
1200 species and hybrids with an in- Apply 1 to '/a pounds of a complete fer
finite selection of sizes growth tilizer ((8-8-8 10-10-10, etc.) to 100 CARDS & GIFTS-
habits foliages and flowers. Some square feet of bed area. Starke Family Planning Clinic Easter bunnies everywhere
begonias creep and crawl, some grow Begonias tend to grow somewhat i Baskets.'chicks and
like a tree,and some are bushy. Many larger if shown outdoors in a flower '',, eggs
is Tubal Tubes tied & Vasectomies Plants arid beautiful flowers too
resemble other plants with leaves bedwhere root growth not Ligation ( )
like elm palm, maple, ivy and other restricted. flower pots or planters Easter arrangements all for you.
plants. they usually"do not grow quite as No Hospital stay' necessary No abortions performed .. 10% Enter Clictuiit in Al l f\|Mt( ,
The begonia is chiefly of tropical large. Plants should be placed 8-12 in- Hwy 100 Soulll'' Dish OatlJtJIi A lUll AfmqmimU Owner-Christine&M.rr.ll Da*,
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Rex thick rhizomatous begonia rootlike begonia.is rhizome an example'It which possesses grows a a You Can and Will SAVE at Lake Chevy-Olds.

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iJ ystelll def ndd' filINGS Hm/ IMONA nm GOING DATE MY WAY WIT 19' 5U iv/w CT AND WJMANCt.Tiff. AM /9F'iuo r .-.0"..ol\l"jM.... 'F", '

T//t Mosr UAOrIFUlGIRL zve. ONLY TtllW( WAT COWtO MHAllGHf "' ._
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A nationwide correctional policy is an extremely expensive sanction rections that applies to both juvenile;: 1M WOLPIMO/ / MV OWN our 10 8& "t)31'A.. I
Committee after .a which infinite In jiature. With due and adult systems with the understanding '
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has :,strtngly' defended 'aTSrole !consideration for public safety other that particular attention would' '! )...o ._

system and urged Imposition of the ,forms of non-institutional punishment be given to the following three principles ,'; oI O/ ,. f
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"least restrictive" element of sanctions should be utilized whenever appropriate :: 0'I '\:;
on offenders. 'Under no circumstances/ should I
In al wide-ranging study report, the The report: called for restitution, wards of the Juvenile court be placedin .,I! ; IL ,' ,d
group of correctional specialists' from, community services, .or fines as a facilities housing adult offenders. \ : '.
the United States and Canada con, consideration "in every sanctioning "Status offenders should 'be programmatically "'. ..'
eluded there remain "many other decision where appropriate." separated from delinquents ,
areas of concern facing corrections" The committee contended that "to and not placed in secure In-: y .
which the report did not address.In. administer sanctions upon illegal stitutional settings. I :>,' '';'."'\ '. '. .. a 'i I{
detail. behavior as, imposed by the.courts, "Special recognition should be/;,Ih 1 :,:.'.;
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"Correctional professionals must corrections should develop a systems given to the fact that Juveniles haven,j, ; ',. .". :'." .... ", '" ;',
develop position statements the ," needs which: .. ,d''' .
in immediate approach Effective implementationof special programming' !;; ,, ', .
future in order to focus appropriate such an approach,it continued, required are required for personal growth and, ," 1 .' : : : '1
public attention on the < .
discipline as .it develops to address justice maintain 'i' l I' ;
system to Q : :';
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public needs," the of "
report noted. That knowledge the others. It maintained ;]j
list ranged from that r \ ,, .,i1\\
probation to managing a "criminial justice coordinating ,
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the special offender groups, along body" is required "each of .,," '" : ', .' ..; :)
'with numerous other facets of corrections the several levels of government," ', ."..'' .4
The report dealth also with the principles N\ ., 'I ", ,,
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Louie L. Wainwright veteranSecretary and standards of confinement I .;: : ..J,1
of the Florida Departmentof as well as program rationales Including -' r"" .:,' '""
Corrections chaired the committee incapacitation, <
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which was funded through a.grant of. deterrence and rehabilitation: rA I ; /,

the National Institute of Corrections. Pointing out that while there is a ': ',.'
Wainwright explained the commit lack of data to prove or disprove' ,
tee's work product "expresses'the effectiveness of rehabilitation efforts, ;,'
need for policy development the need the report stated "a democratic society -
for a coordinated body of all levels of must nevertheless recognize its "'''
the criminal Justice field and, most responsibility to citizens'whose' liber- Get Easter's Best Looks And Save Up To .33'01!
importantly, the need for support of ty has been restricted." /
an informed public," Conceding 'that parole "is coming
Paramount thrust of tji* group, explained under increasing attack;" the committee .,1
Wainwright, was to work insisted that parole alternatives : ,
toawrd compilation and endorsementof of determinate sentencing'.and .
nationwide.corrections policy.. .sentencing guidelines have 99 ,' ,;
Allen Breed, former director of NIC "reduced critically needed corrections % ,

served as project manager. .. ;options." ""
In the committee's "mission state- J upressed or Beverly limited discretion .. "

ment" special emphasisdirected was in one area,'members continued. Each'Ladles" ,
toward need of ..legislative: cause the surfacing In another area. 599; "a ,
'understanding and financial,support When parole discretion' is lost, "de 9
inthe shaping of progressive< tional systems the guise of early through''gain time; '
"It must be recognized observed! awards," it added. y +
committed members "that The report urged that "the field'of And Girls'Spring

legislative decisions ultimately shape corrections should strongly reaffirmthe ;
any Corrections system." position adopted by the American 'i :DressAssortment '
Regarding sanctions, the report Correctional Association in 1976 and
concluded that'.'unwarranted dispari .strengthened in 1982 In support. of the '
ty,. undue length of sentences, and retention of parole." .
rigid-sentencing structuresare.< ..The report contended that"to abandon -
economic burden 'to' society 'and ,parole .is. in large measure, to 4 Selection'Includes ladles',solid or '
create circumstances whtch.are..n t...;:remove fromcorrections the conceptsof t, ''striped T-dresses and girls' or ladles'? '
, in-the best interests of justice or the mercy arid compassion and the opportunity -, sundresses'ln'solids Hawaiian
or
public protection..!' to render some human
In that same vein, the committee Judgement as unusual\ cases warrant. t prints with tie or smocked shoulders,
wrote that "incarceration should only!, ,i1 iTo. remove the".parole 'option is' 'a plus more.. Ladles' regular and extra,
be *used with juveniles or adults policy unworthy of 'a civilized sizes. Girls'sizes to 14.
:. Charged with, or convicted of, society." '. 'I
Criminal offenses and. for whom no On the juvenile offender,'the .committee '
other alternative disposition is safe or "advocates the application of rfic'a } $ t Y
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1 '. Buck and Margaret moved to Jhe ,.Mandrell. 'And, word; fromBuck's Men's And C '
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t area to retire,and to Buck that meant Market, Ls..that Vandyshould'have. C
w i, fisMng! :"But I got tired ot fishing I the. best year ever this 'year. '
F.was used to being with-the public and since grandson, Michael ,
couldn't out of business,;' his signed.with Commodores.Andwhat'Is'Margaret'ssecret .
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,said. ( ,. f Men's plaid sport shltfs; : ,
J So, Buck and Margaret started' a raising lix children, all of.whom she .' boys'solid dress shirts. Men's sizes"14Va to 17,.and '
, 'weekend flea market, and before they can take enormous ride in? 'Pa- S.M.LXL Boys' sizes 8 to ,1 8.
t' knew it, the flea market had turned tience and faith. You have to have it. ,
into the 'neighborhood .convenience ,And prayer -you have to have prayer
)I' store. ,Soon folks; would ,come.from .1 ill there;; too. And, you've go}; to- be a 9999 ,
near and far for' Buck's..fresh' eggs. fighter" says Margaret. 'ThenMargaree '
smile' flashes
and fixin's: ; B pretty 6.
Buck married Margaret 25.years ''across' .her face as she adds proudly their Boys'" :Men"S'. 9.99
deacons in
ago;and became instant stepfather to' "All my sons are ISlzes" I
her six children. Today there are 27'' respective churches. Sizes .
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Buck's Egg Market, is fading 'fo r
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eight great', grandchildren -
grandchildren;
and Buck Jt, "one .Americana. It's run' exclusively: by, .
as puts And
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button" .one onthe way. 'family. It opens'when .
and it closes when
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their first names
girls, greeted by '
of the three
and Margaret,her husband Jean, one- Ray Collier have quickly made to feel as,though they,. 4 Assorted,color pants with coordinating belt.'No
, 4. recently moved to; the lake area.and .too.were a part of this inspiring fami Iron poly and poly/cotton. Men's sizes, ,29 jo 42 a" ry
, *+ ly.Laughter and good times echo dai-' and sizes 4to 16. '
are. helping out in the business. 'ar : boys" ( ,
Another daughter,Edith' Ann (Mrs. ly from the walls of the tiny market, f
Buck Marketwith'
I: Stan Carra' ),- and tWO'lson ;. and..whenyou leave and freshss
, Donald and 'lfelf Maclntyre also live",, your.OUntry'sausage
** ;' ggs tucked under your arm, you find'etf''softly
. chUdi'en.Mary:
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fans big on eoilegeI America}" Comparao 1.
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And, George Is none other' than '" wlersunasr. i':; Lades'Low Heel. .
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and George. 1 ; 4. a tat Spring< heels or fashion' Comfortable dress
with posters clippings' '
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Emergency Loans Now Available. from. FmHA to Bradford','Countyfarmers; : It,rl,.

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The Farmers Home Administration These counties have been Home Administration. Those. who Highway 27, Branson, Fl'i; 314-C S. West' Palm already Incurred for such purposes.| ;:
(FmHA) is now making Emergency designated because of damages and have not received, an EmergencyLoan Kings Road Callahan,FL; 3953 S. USHwy BeachtFL.Individual Loans based on qualifying production'I.; .
Loan In Alachua, Bradford, losses caused by a severe freeze oc- 1 ft. pierce, FL; Executive: examination_wW. Jie losses'may include funds to re1mbune ;
Charlotte Duval, Flagler, Highlands, rurring Dec..24r2 6..1984!!! ,, .. Building 412 NB 16th Ave., No. 20, made of eacb ippRelBon to determine applicants for production'a-
Indian Raver, Lee Levy, Manatee, : to assist them in' recovering Gainesville, FL; 130211th Street,'SW, the type of Emergency Loan penses which went into damaged ori
Martin, Nassau, Palm Beach, Put- Farmers and ranchers in the above from their loss resulting from this Live Oak FL; 8323 North Key Dr., benefits for which the applicant is destroyed crop and' ivestock:
nam, St. Johns, St. Lucie and Suwan- counties who sustained production or disaster may apply for such a loan at Suite 8, Forth Ft. Myers, FL; 119 N. eligible. Farm Emergency Loans .prtses and to produce newerops.enter-i: .
physical losses as a reault of the the following county offices before the;, \Third St., Palatka, FL; 617 sixth St., may Include funds to repair or restore' ment terms depend on the
nee counties, FmHA State Director freeze be eligible to receive an close of business on October 3''1984 .W., Palmetto .
may ; FL; 222 South Commerce -! damaged farm property. well as for which the loan is used and the ap
Mitchell" (, N. Drew said recently. ';. .Emergency. Loan from the,.Farmers', for physical and production. losses,.. '.> '.. St., Sebring, FL; 3500 45th St.,." reimburse _applicants' for expenses plicant's ability to repay toe_loan :.

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: .. 17 Local Growers 83.81\1iUioD Available in Florida :' .
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,." -- ''' ,:, Qualify economic emergency farm'loan program has been increased from
9170.000 to $3.802,000, State Director: Mitchell N. Drew of the Fanners'
: 1 j' Man Shot in Leg and often black-out. They said she was arrested on April 14 on charoges of ,Home Administration (FmHA) announced April t. .
! East,of LawteyA stopped taking her medicine and go- driving while license suspended or Bradford County is Included among The increase will be distributed through State Office"of the FmJthe} ,
log to the doctor two years ago. revoked and driving under the influence 17 additional Florida counties qualify- U.S. Department Agriculture's farm.credit,agency. Nationally, the "
Speedville man was shot in the She was found face down in the of alcohol, according to arresting ing for low Interest disaster loans due direct loan portion of the$600 million economic emergency program was
thigh as he attempted to settle a water about 3:20 p.m. 'by her grand- officer D.I. Blom of the Union to substantial crop losses caused by raised to a "10 million share; :
dispute late Sunday night east of son.Jordan .County Sheriff's Department. the Christmas Freeze last December Interest rates for direct loans obtained from FmHA county office* are
Lawtey. was pronounced dead at Bond was set at $500 and Lathamwas It is estimated that over 20 Brad- 10.25 percent on loans made for operating purposes !and 10.75 percent on
Rufus Donley was hit in the upper 3:50 p.m. after being transported.to transferred to Clay County which ford farmers are eligible for the low loans made for real estate purposes '
left thigh by the bullet which exited Bradford Hospital. has a detainer on him for grand theft interest loans for losses on strawberries Economic emergency loans are authorized for bona'flde tanners and ;
the back of his leg, according to Investigator ._ --8<< greens, and forage crops. Some ranchers who are directly and primarily engaged in, and expect to con-
David Aderholt. Donleywas FliP Trooper's Nose growers lost as much as 70 percent of Unue in,agricultural production,are unable to get sufficient credit from
loaded into a private car,but was Palatka Man ArrestedOn theIr Sequoia berry crop, but loss on their regular lenders, and need credit to maintain viable farming" opera-
removed from the car when it met the Leads 'to Pot Charge DUI Charge Douglas berries I was less Revere, tions.FmHA loans up to$400,000 to any one borrower under the economic
Rescue unit US-301. ShandsCair ,
on William Joey Faulkner, 28, of Frederick M; Register of Palatka. Notice of disaster designation came emergency Permitted program. of
was called to 'pick up Donley on use of loan funds include financing 1984 crop production,
US-301. 'After being flown to Shands, Starke .was stopped on April 13 at was arrested in Union County on AprU' in a letter received last week by County purchasing essential livestock, feed and equipment, and paying delinquent
Donley was transferred to the 10:30 p.m. for a traffic violation. 13 on a charge of driving under the influence ': Commission Chairman Lawrence installments on farm and real estate debts if a lender is demandingpayment. .
Gainesville VA,where he was treatedand According to the.arrest report of alcohol, according to'arresting Mosley from Secretary of AgricultureJohn ; '
released Trooper W.D. Lengston said he smell- officers D.I. Blom and Larry. R. Block. .. } "
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at a.m. .
ed marijuana in the car Cochran of the Union County Sheriff's ,'. ,. J
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Donley ,apparently attempted ,. ,
Faulkner was then 'charged with > I I ) '
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settle an argument between two men possession of marijuana (less than 20 ., '.,. L ,', ', \. .J., 'A'' .....
1 in front 'of Thompkins Liquors on Register\ was "released on a'$250 .. .t I; ., .... i
SR-225 near Lawtey April 15. One of grams) and driving ;while license"suspended. bond.Correctional. .; ; ;: .. ." ': ", ,'i. \. '. '}.:'I
Bond for the charges was ..:1 ,.!,1.' ..' ''I' "l 't-t>>. \ .
.the had which went off hit- '
men a gun set at $450. "" .. ]1lore... Construction I .
ting Donley- approximately 1145 ... r. .. (
p.m. said Aderholt.No Faulkner was also arrested tor Officer': .. FronPaget ,/

charges have been filed in the in- valid Alachua driver's County license on a warrant Bond for for that no Caught with MariJuana'A residents here are enjoying watching all the activi will transfer residents and equipment Into the new buildings
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cident which is under investigation. at Faulkner ty, 'Scanian reports. "My staff bas been pressed the meet in a similar fashion as that of the move at the hospital. if;
set
charge was $100.
after bonds was' correctional! officer was arrested we've had to tear out two main offices here to make room The staff at the nursing home will be increasing as welLf:
released
Drowning' Accidental posted. surety were observed, April 14, after being for:the construction people to come in. We're continuing as the size of the facility including the addition of a*..
Rules ... concealing a quantity of right long, though,and we're all excited about the new a Investigator:: 'Woman Arrested marijuana in a prison rest room, according and the renovation." three nurses on duty,during each shift'The *
The drowning death of a 53 ye r-ola to a report filed by the Brad- 'The new project will include a new dining room,kitchen,
Gainesville woman has been ruled accidental For Parole Violation ford County Sheriffs office. ,laundry room and maintenance center in addition to the two new health faculties here will i.complement each R
by investigators.Ellis Deputy Glen A.Moore was called to renovation of the older facility. other in a variety of different ways," Scanian said. "1
Vreen Jordan was fishing with. Annie D. Wilkerson of Lawtey;was 'the New River Annex across from The new building has been scheduled for completion, believe Bradford County will have a health care total son
relatives Saturday near Lawtey arrested for parole violation, according Florida State Prison after Titus' ;sometime late In September,when renovation will begin on' vice system as a result of these two projects,a system that i"
Bradford County Sheriff's Investigator Lee to arrested Deputy E.P.Wilkerson Lee. at the Levearn Hutchinson of Gainesville'was the old building as phase two begins. Scanian and his staff, will put us I to the forefront. .the field.in this area." f .
David Aderholt said others.In caught with more than 20 grams,: .
of her She
the family were .about 50 yards'' request parole officer; fs' of cannibas id his possession. .
with welfare fraud.
'charged
when Jordan walked out of their Assistant State Attorney Tom' .
away
Bond set at Wilkersonwas "
was $2,000.
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Elwell said Hutchinson observed
sight for a few minutes during a 'released was ..
on' her own
fishing trip in a ditch near Lawtey. removing two plastic bags from his
She was last seen alive at 3:10: p.m. recognizance. left sock and placing them in a hiding
A family member explained that '! place in the restroom. .
she was an epileptic and had three or ,Ga. Man ArrestedIn Bond for the charge of Introduction
four seizures each day.When they oc- Union County ,of contraband into a state prison was
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.around:, not,knowing.where,she;:was Charles R. Latham of Toccoa,:Ga.f his own;recognizance.STARKE : '... 1 Ms ,

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