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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 26, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04363
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Discussion of right.of-way acquisi- Iii
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Bradford County Commission set for

8p.m. Monday May 7. Deal on Swamp
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preparation for paving the 37 mile I 'pta.Mx
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long Laura Church Road (NE 20th I ,i : 4 i rs
Ave.) and Burt Ellington Road (NE I b//
10th St.) as soon as the right-of-way j Wetlands Put in Conservation Zone,
can be secured. The county commisJ J I\ I
Mon is asking that residents donate I cZ <

costs.the right-of-way to hold down paving I .. Next Move up to County CommissionIn

Grading and road bed preparationwork w
will be done by the county road > spite of a request by Georgia- pear that protection the swamp as
crew. The limerock and asphalt will : l r Pacific Corporation for a four to five an environmentally sensitive wetland
be contracted to a private firm. month "continuance," the Bradford would be assured,
Road foreman J.B. Crawford told County Zoning Board voted Harold Hill, president, and James
commissioners recently he believes it : : unanimously] Tuesday night, April 24, Gill, Jr., a director of the Santa Fe
will be better to wait to buy limerock 94 .tp p; to include the peat-rich Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association" opposed
until the road bed is prepared. When Swamp in the county's new conserva- the "continuance, saying that
Speedville Road was paved in 1983 pr, t rn tiqn district, which forbids mining. Georgia-Pacific had had several
IImerock was stockpiled and then years in which to decide on the future
hauled onto the road bed. But the loss Charles Hood, of Palatka, Georgia- of the swamp.
in stockpiling and work of the county Pacific director of governmental affairs The Zoning Board, early In the
.. road crew more than accounted for asked for the delay to allow the 'meeting, voted 4-1 against the conti-
any saving of money taw t wood products corporation to com- nuance before voting unanimouslylater
Laura Church Road has been on the plete negotiations in a "very sensitive to place the swamp in the new
project priority paving list for over 20 process that will Impact the future of conservation zoning classification.
and has finally worked its way x + the tract." Hood predicted the com After the zoning meeting adjourned -
years to the top. A '--" pa ny's efforts would produce an Hill and Gill, representing the
The county passed a 4-cent per 'equitable resolution" of the three- Lake Dwellers Association, said they
gallon local gasoline tax which it year controversy over'' mining the might be willing to withdraw their objection -

began collecting last October. Goal is Bradford High Brains... I' swamp for its peat content and would to giving GeorgiaPacificmore
to at least one road per year with prove satisfactory to all parties con- time for negotiations if the company
the pave proceeds, expected to be around. Nineteen of the 20 straight-A students at Bradford Third row- Michelle Klmutl, Kay Allen. Becky Par- cerned. would present a binding agreement -
$120,000 per year. 'High for the six-weeks are May 7 is the regular county com- First row- Stephen Akridge, Logan Ricks. Fourth row- Shilynn Chaff Sherrle Herndon George future of the tract*' Hood jeopardize said. ad' prot*\. 'Ion of the swamp, at the
mission meeting day the first Mon Second rowMelissa Miller, Sharon Grlffis. Patricia Ricks Tony Diggs:Robbie McRae. that he could not fur- regular County Commission meetingset
Not shown: George LeYRsser.I ding I provide any May 7 John Kopelousos, attorney
day of each month. The commissionwill Slocutn Ana Ward, Wendy listed Suzanne Dyal. ther information at this time.'
meet at 9:30 a.m., then reconveneat Rumors about the future of the retained by the county to draw up the
8 for the right-of-way hearing have been rife Sen. conservation district plan to prevent
p.m. i swamp since
All Laura Church: Road residents are < -,', D-Cainesville mining in wetlands, said on the basisof
George Kirkpatrick ,

Lawrence requested Mosley by Commissioenr who heads the 21 Earn Straight-: = As 1! at BBS "Georgia-Pacific told the press' has last made'week.a,,that.corporate -,. for Georgia-Pacific what eVer'one"tGncerned he had heard.plan,might the undisclosed but be would best
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""' .f" Twenty-one of 1,013 students, or two anatomy and physiology and,bcT-JlT. 1lok semester, but'was present for If the GP proposal is disclosed at
'percent, of the Bradford High School Tony Diggs, son of Mr .and Mrs. .the' cture was made. Georgia-Pacific! officials in Palatkaand the May 7 meeting.'it' is possible the
: Activity Up student body earned 8tral 6t-A's for James Diggs of Starke. Diggs' Is' Sutanne Dyal;daughter of Mr. and Atlanta refused to comment on County Commission 'might opt to
the fourth six-weeks grading period enrolled In standard American, MrL,'Lavern Dyal of Brooker. Miss Kirkpatrick's statement, but stated grant the company additional time to
-, which ended March 14. history, law studies, and teacher's Dyal'j\ is enrolled in standard they had had conversations with Gov. complete negotiations. If the planis
I' Another 163 students, or 16 percentof aide. American government,algebra I, and Bob Graham and his staff regardingthe not presented at that time, the Com-
,: ''At- BlandingCamp the student bodyearned all A's and Becky Parrish, daughter Of Billy Spanish I. Santa Fe Swamp. Subject of the mission could decide rezoning the
B's for places on the-A-B honor roll. Parrish of Jacksonville and Mrs. Sherri Harrell, daughter of Mr. and conversations was not divulged. swamp conservation on that
The freshman clad led the way with Agnes Dinkins of Starke; Miss Par- Mrs: William Harrell of Brooker. This new development has given date.
Blanding will be seeing some 48 students on the honor roll, the risk is enrolled in algebra I-B,beginn- Miss }Iarrell| Is enrolled in standard. rise to speculation that Georgia- Georgia-Pacific purchased approx.
., activity In'the coming two weeks as sophomores 42,juniors 38,and seniors. ing typing, earth science. : and American, governmentl algebra I, Pacific may now be negotiating with imately 5,316 acres of the swamp in
the first Florida National Guard Units 35. teacher s aide.Sophomores. and Spanish I. ,the state for purchase of the swamp, April 1981 for a reported $2,024,100.
go on their annual training period The freshman class also had 11 Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and or exploring the possibilities Of giving Only approximately 3,800 acres of
beginning Saturday. students earning straight-A's, the : Mrs.John Hsleh of Starke.Miss Hsieh'is the swamp to a non-profit conserva- C-P's holdings are Included in the
'The 265th Air Defense Artillery will seniors 4, juniors 3,'and sophomores Sherry Herndon,. daughter of Mr. enrolled: in ,standard English 9. tion group. In either case it would! ap new CSV district!. however.
be firing 40mm M42 Duster anti- 2. and Mrs. Tom Herndon of Lawtey. standard American government anrjart

aircraft weapons over the next two The 21 straight-A students are, by Miss Herndon is enrolled in life I.
weeks. The 164th Air Target Detatch- I grade: science, algebra I, and beginning typ- Robert McRae, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ment will be flying remote control 'McRae of Starke. McRae is
planes (like Piper Cubs) as,targets Seniors: ing.George Ricks;son of Mr. and Mrs. enrolled in standard American Hampton Clerk, BookkeeperGet
for the 265th to tire on. Sharon, D. Griffis, daughter of Mr. George W. Ricks of Starke. Ricks is government, algebra I, and Spanish I.
These are not heavy artillery and Mrs. M. Clifton Griffis of Starke. enrolled.in physical education principles Melissa Miller,daughter of Mr. and
weapons, according to Capt. Butch Miss Griffis is enrolled in family liv- of agriculture II. amd earth Mrs. James I* Miller of Brooker.
Redding, range control officer' for ing, basic functional math; and science. ,, Miss Miller is enrolled in algebra I, Raises Oyer ,,Mayor's'' Veto
Blanding chorus. modern scientific methods, and stan-'
Other units that will begin their Michelle J. Kimutls daughter of Freshmen: dard English 9. '
ATP on Saturday are; 301st Combat Mr. and Mrs. Edward F Kimutis, Jr. Stephen Akridge,. son of Mr. and Logan Ricks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Overriding the triple veto of Mayor panded duties of the office were not
Support Medical Hospital 253rd of Starke. Miss Kimutis is enrolled in Mrs. Emmett Akridge of Starke. George Ricks of Starke. Ricks is Gordon Wadsworth, the Hampton city adequately compensated by the 9150
Medical Detatchment an.l743rd advanced America history and Akridge is enrolled in physical educa enrolled in modern scientific council voted to boost the' 'salary of per month allowed by city charter.
Maintenance Company. government, Spanish II, college tion/life management, algebra I, and methods, physical edcucatlon/Iife Clerk Lola Williamson by $100 per Members at first sought to increasethe
There will also be some units at algebra and trigonometry. and ,advanced standard American government. management skills,, computer month in it's April 10 meeting. pay by'adding to the clerk's ex-
Blanding for weekend training this English 12. Shilynn Chaff, daughter of Mrs. literacy and algebra I. The council created the new position pense account, but abandoned that
week. They are; 927th Medical Com- George 1.1'Vasserlson of Dr. and Bobbie F. Blackshear of Starke. Miss Tammy Thomason daughter of Mr. of administrative assistant for route on the advice of Flynn. Mayor
pany, Co. B of the 320th. Special Mrs. James E. ton of Starke. Chaff is enrolled in standard and Mrs. R.F. Thomason of Brooker. Mrs. Williamson and gave the post a Wadsworth'said such a plan would
Forces and the Military Academy. LeVasser is' enrolled in physical American government algebra I,and Miss Thomason is.enrolled I .. stan- salary of $100 per month. In addition, violate the city charter and offend
Redding said that the most troops education stage band, and chorus Spanish I. dard English 9,algebra I,and chorus the council increased the salary of city 'voters that elect the clerk base they will have at Blanding this year at Patricia Slocum, daughter of, Mr. Deena Cox, daughter of Mr and Anna Marie Ward daughter of Mr.; bookkeeper Amy Davis by $50 per the pay In the charter.
one time .U 4,500 and rumors of1 and Mrs. M.J. Slocum of Starke. I Mrs. Tommy' Cox of Brooker. Miss and Mrs. Fred Warts of Lawtey. Miss month. Wadsworth; under Investigation for
6,000-7,000 troops coming Into the / ; Cox is enrolled in standard English 9. Ward is enrolled in modern scientific1' Ignoring recommendations by City: 'unlawful compensation received dur
camp are unsubstantiated. Juniors: physical education/life managementskillsj f,, methods, algebra' I, and physical Attorney James R. flynn.the council'acted a term as city clerk during 1981,
He said that there will be.some- firIng : Kay Allen, daughter; of Mr. and and standard American *1 'education/life management skills. on the suggestion of'Coun- said he felt voters would perceiy the
of heavy artillery from May 19- Mrs. Robert Allen of Starke Miss government. Miss, Cox also earned, cilmember and former clerk Amy raise as' "double dipping'' In city
June 2 and from June !9.23.Administrative. Allen is enrolled In algebra II, DCT-l,' straight-A's the third six-weeks:,and' ;..i"f (see BIIS'Brains.P,2A' ), Davis. Davis stressed that the ex funds. .

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I and Instructional Nominations UpA '

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special school board: meeting; is The board approved 4-1 the administrative named county-wide coordinator::of ,and supervisors not. on continuing, In ,:section.eeee' :

set Monday night, Acid 30, at 7 p.m. organizational chart, vocational education, the district's-j .contract. '' : I. ,
to consider Supt. Tom Casey's recom which includes the new pof-iuon of top vocational education post. The The admiiutrators are currently Vision Quest... '' ,>" ,: ',.' itA4 '
mended list administrative assistant superintendent.. Chairperson state requires each district to have aq' working under annual '''contracts group'of covered'wagons trav.ls through Stork, Keystone'
include transfers Patricia over-all vo-tech coordinator. never approved by the school board.
assignments, which Spengler dissenting. a'relic'of an
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of four principals Board members had previously seen Middle school assistant principal ''Last year;, the superintendent was ;
'Also up for approval will be the an- the proposed organizational chart. Bill McRae is slated to 'replace willing only to recommend a one-year long gone. Their main' goal. however; ; Is to help troubled' youths I
nual list of teacher reappointments.B McLeod as principal of BE. ; :contract for embattled adminstrator find new meaning in their lives through.unique,;court,. :
\'superintendent must' The contract status of the administrators Parents of Brooker Elementary' Charles Hall. 'The board tabled the sponsored program Called Vision,,Quest-- ; ; 'r
law t and the assignment list students of recommendation and never ''went a
spoke out at the beginning ; .d : ,. ,
his of ad-
submit : recommendation were presented to the board for the : ,
the April 16 meeting against transfer* \back to It. : ,I' .
ministrative and supervisory person- first tim} at the April 16 meeting. ring principal McLeod, before Suptji This year, however, Supt."I'. Casey' is t.l-M4..0, \/f
nel eight weeks prior to the end of Board members wanted time to study Casey had made the proposed reconvf ,recommending three year contracts: ,: Anew system of pre-recorded medical informatiorrls'ilovv
.school and teacher personnel the appoint-end of the lists before voting. It Is the'superintendent's mendationu. Later'' in the meeting} :Hall Included : available to area residents simply by dialing! a local'. telephone
ment six-weeks prior to Derogative to set the Supt. Casey's proposed Since 1978 by state'', law, ithree'year : .'
recommenda-i < ''
the number 1\\1'(111\
Florida
school. By current law special meeting req':1lredand: ; Caseyset lion brought Immediate protestations ; contract is the most that can be ; w \ thre.,
school board ,must act on ad- it for April 30. from the BE parents and, board, ;offered air administrator. ;I. '. y The new Tel-Med system links t Bradford Hospital and .
ministrative nominations' six weeks Objecting to the proposed transfersof member J.T. Parrish. i, Presently on continuing contract as other Institutions': Alachuo;General I;In GolriWYllUr' ;?,r'tv;

prior to the end of nomination the-chool within and principals in Supt. Casey's recom "We feel it's extremely unfair to the'! administrators, areMmard Brown,; A 1 Complete! ,listing.of the coded Te-Med1nurnb| e r,sF ,are indud! -.,
on instructional mendations were Brooker 'parentsand students of Brooker Carol Clark; Connie Mack Clark ;
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,; four weeks prior to the end of ,tne, Brooker school board: member' said BE parent-teacher president'! Charles E. Francis; Dewey McKlr ,.d. I .I' i'c'J

... .school year, J.T. Parrish, who point out Brooker Mickey Bath. .. '1;\.,,' ney, 'Jesse J, Moore Jr., Lucille' ... '. ', ','. '
7 Supt, Casey presented recommendations Elementary] is the training ground for "I don't like it oDe bU,'t said board Pa Register Girl Sco ta..., .'. -
'. teethe administrators. contract principals.The objections were not to, 'member Parrish. '.' ..'> k : Recommended for 3-year 'con, Year-end activities'of areo*. troops are r.v.wedz'( l lonv'ytith.

'- status: and Job assignments at the personnel, but to moving! the pnn- By law the school"board can rojeet','';.\tracts, wltb'' one' year ,job lists of !leaders reco
the April 18'board meeting.- Action 'clp- every'recommendation two years.Casey's / : the superintendent's recommeMp4/ .' assignments, arf Jim Duncan;Henry' ',' ". ..:tf'if.'V'' .')J,::1.. ,"I. ",., :, "V'.I;. .':fqi !:, ". ,,,\' ,',1' .
approval 01 'the administrative Is to ,tions for Greene, Charles Ball',Mari ,Apse '
was ,cfelaynt on only incompetence or NMMtp; : r r .Ii J .1,1' t -tl\otl..Mi\,\ :" ;'., 'N transfer i'I.wsae4.k.. ...
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principal McLeod : : ,
assignments at the April' Wayne turpitude. The board may, have Kyle; Wayne Met.eod.BiltIk". ,,
": 1C meeting;, with .chop! board to be, principal of Starke Elementary. option of rejecting the entire' Dolores Margin, ,Huddy, f'atepson ':The 'latest news from the pollc.,1M*t r n ra.dfe1 aiii'. .(...Unionr ';''.'' '
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: ur nimously SE 'principal 'Charles 'Thomas is however."Contract. .. ''' .Marlon'' sr;,,',lbrraa'Lou Count' .'.''''' '\# ,c"I.( :< '!': (111 'W 1"'rI1./' :
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motion, by .board member,I'odney: recommended to be principal of adult 'i', Hahn, JohVrtbir>, ........,. Mike tv 'r' 1. II,, \,," ".fj..Wil,'.,,:,- ", ,<. ;::1 ... ,. ." I
) ''education at the vo-tech center. Cur Status... 't ., .Reddish Charles J ,
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HU for u.ee days notice of such :' :. DovM' SmHfc. Jr., I ;J' k', nI.J', Ch \ \ -f.f't' '$k /;",': '
ree 'mmcnt long M required' by' rent Brow 'supervisor Supt. Casey Is recommend!'] *Thomas. Eujpnia,. "White""".""*..i,.-..and" '." "..," ,n_ ,.0. ." '. > f ..."........"......'. .to I k".,; .11,; '.;ra"tl Pi! ( i:6io,1:! !\
baw-J Millard recommended to be year contracts for all admin ,::1 Jlurne.VlnkRt.. .. .
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Ii'' t ; Florida Theatre in downtown Starke is going to be owner 1.
,r-" ,. At least that's the plan, if things get done on time,says Sparks,
who recently bought the theatre from his father-in-law Robert Barksdale.
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The twin theatre will operate seven days a week. Sparks plans to carry i
c: rk.nt movies, showing many at the same time as Gainesville and Orange :.
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Seating capacity upstairs will be 104 and downstairs 206 after the remodelng I
which will take up six rows of seats in the present auditorium.A .
IIII new projection room and new concession stand. being built downstairsn J
e the middle of the present auditorium. The lobby will be enlarged and the
raffle pattern improved.
Contractor for the $40,000 remodeling is Steve Cubbedge;
t lJ, The theatre will not close during the remodeling. The work will be done
luring days the theatre is closed or in the daytime when there are no shows..
f cjcj "Splash will play seven days this coming week, Friday through'Thurslay. -

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I r Cubbedge Remodeling, made up of Steve, David, Bruce,| and Mr. Cub x : "I j
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\ !' bedge, is at work converting the Florida Theatre into twin movie theatres. 4sS
1 1'*.!l \ The work above is being done in the rear portion of the present first floor J JI ,
'f" ', auditorium. Where the bench saw is, above, will be'the new concession' f 1M4 HtHmwti Code inn( '
:;; stand. A sound-proofed projection booth is framed, in back of. the concession _
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i I. ., Outside, workmen hoist roofing material up on top of the theatre I Wednesday jl **
rf; morning. Charlie Patton',of I Wickes Lumber {Is on the truck. Joe Clark's- *?
l i McLaughlin, owner of Renegade Roofing,and Bubba Davis and, Ricky Hall :
l -o I' are on the roof. < ,
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Meals on Wheels will begin Monday
,April 30, with ten elderly citizens I 1
to be served hot meals daily. ,five daysa I
week. : The committee consists "of; Bet "
pjy ung, Norma Thombilba--til: W to f i :1.,:!"
4'Hardenbrook and Saundra CreepflM J3k : ..
a tolunteer staff of 20 individuals/ who I <& ..,
will serve on a daily and/o /backup
4 4A 4r basis.The. 3 I II I
route has been mapped out ahda II II I
"trial run'on Monday with the first
of the hot meals will include Edwards. I
Road to Reno area. I
-MucH lime went into th* planning,
interviewing and preps'-hg for the
first week! of service. h., __ I P7TT1 I
This is .a community effort with
Bradford Hospital and; the First
Anniversary
United Methodist Church .

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Ella Amy Williams, Melissa Lindsey Tara Merchant, Angela ;f 4 position can*t selector' '
A-B Honor Roll: Williams, Cynthia Winkler. Montgomery, Ricky Moore Tonda 1 Steel agitator gj
Students on the A-B honor roll are, Freshmen t Barbara Balkcom, Moore, Jackie Nguyen, Deborah Par-, .I I
by grade: David Barnes, Lisa Blalock, Stacey nab, Audrey Pierce Sherry Ross, I
Bowen, Joel Brewer Ronald Brown, Patrick Rowley Shaun Schmidt, .
Seniors: Wendy Austin, James Pamela Clark, Charles Coburn, Stacey Shuford Kimberly Smith,Ann
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Balkcom, Lisa Bell,Theodore Bresee Robert Cowart, Vicki Crockrell, Starling, Nathan Starling, Robert
Audrey Brown, Kelli Carver, Andy Farmer Coltrane Starling Melissa Sullivan, Maria
,Chaff, David Cooper,Felecia Cooper,, Felton Christopher, Kimberly Gowens, Barbara 'Thomas, Sonya Thomas, Ruth Under.. !
Myra Cummings, Cheryl Furrow Green, Beth Ann Greene Sharon wood, Yolanda Walker, Gregory wiggins 5199Hoover
Robert Gorman Brian Gowens, Hamilton, William Hamilton,Tommy Earl Williams Justin Williams, S
Howard Hughes, Carlton Johnson FrankMastronardr Hardenbrook, Jr., Kelley ''Jackson, Pamela Willingham Hal Wood, Susie. ..
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Lillian Joiner,Steven Jones, Latoshia Workman.
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Roach, Lone Snow, Michael Waters, i w rrm; ii Concept I In
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Juulors: Tracy Baez Mark Barber May 3, at 7 p,m. at the,Western Steer Charlene Francis, phone 964-7735, or I I : 5 o Moray.hg. _
Brenda Bawek, Pamela Boswell Steakhouse in Starke. Mary Agnes ,.Ferguson phone." : CarSala
Gerald Brown Regina Cannavo -: 1 '.
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Christine Dickinson, Len Eaves, r :
Karen Elixson, Cheryl Foster John
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25, The entire building was filled with The investigation Is continuing but behind Sonny's Bar-B-Que. The I
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',. Rescue personnel Florida Power It ns" for a recreational and The U.S. Corps of Engineers had :: J restaurant complex at Santa Fe Pass previously issued two and
Light workmen, above, care for their cease said it was an "honest mistake". The 4
fallen friend, Lowell King alongside the controversial, proposed development { desist orders to the developers Santa use of fill in marshy wetlands) areas I II EIat
US-301 south of CK-18 near Earleton on the west side Fe Pass Inc., on certain filling,road- the lake's edge was not intended to ,
afternoon. Wednesday of.Santa Fe Lake, was denied approval ways, drainage structures, and.a.boat the lake, the agent said. II'iulrm .
I last week by the Alachua ramp at the site in 1978.' Alachua County Pollution Control I!
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line County Development Review Com The developers were asking worker Vince McLeod said the plan'q'
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prfi .. electricity through King. after residents of the lake area, construct a recreational club at the land within the 100-year flood plain"; f, .'
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Representatives in 1907 unveiled at
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day morning April 19. The portrait was a
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gut to the State by Eugene L. Matthews, own county. i
I son, and Florence M. McLendon( He early developed an Interest in local'
% daughter, of the Bradford County native politics, serving on the Starke City Council
: who served' in four sessions of the and as County Treasurer, while still in hfe20s. ;
legislature, and more than 20 years on the He later served as City Bond Trusted,
Florida Railroad Commission, advocating the first bond issue for coq.
-----f to the current Public Service structlon of a municipal light and p Wdt-
ti commission, plant in 1903. ;.It(
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Sixteen members at the Matthews and At the outbreak of the Spanish-American
McLendon families gathered for this occasion War in 1898, Matthews was elected Captain
which added another Speaker's portrait of the local guard unit which was the first
to those already lining the walls of the Florida company to volunteer for
4 House Chamber in Tallahassee. Mrs. VI He was later promoted to Major,servli
Dishinger, of Jacksonville, who painted mand of a battalion, and, was ;"
the portrait from a 77-year-old photographdated most of his acquaintances as "Major Mai
from the time of Matthews'speaker thews" throughout his career. .
ship, also attended the unveiling.
In 1953 Matthews was among 100 prob4'n'nent
?; During the morning session, family Floridians cited by the University of
members were escorted to the Well of the Florida for their outstanding leadership
House, where Rep. Frank Williams In- and service to the state. .'
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Besides his and
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dants of Speaker Matthews
Legislators join family of the late Eugene 3. Matthews at unveiling From left are Rep. Frank Williams- Rep. Sid Martin, Eugene L. Speaker Matthews' long 'career. Both were his four attending thg!
I of portrait of the former Speaker of the House during ceremonies In Matthews, who unveiled portrait and Rep. George Crady. To right'of legislators represent Bradford County in Jeannette ceremony Meister of Gulf granddaughte Breeze
the House chamber Thursday April 19. Mr Matthews served four portrait are Speaker Matthews' daughter, Florence M. McLendon, the House. Rep. Sid Martin, of neighboring Agnes Ferguson ,and Anne Miller; Ma. *
terms .In the. _House and! was Speaker In 1907. and a number of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Alachw: County a personal friend of Mat- Starke: Betsy Meng, of St. ;; .of
.. thews' during his political career, quoted Petersburg: ]
their husbands, Bob
Ferguson, John
editorial tributes from some of the state'aleading
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( ; EDITORIAL.S : : newspapers to his state and concerning grandchildren of the 1907 Speaker, Julie,
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Speaker Matthews was born in Pro- Dana and Michael Meng; and Clay
'" i '. ., vidence, which was then in the western Meister. Other great-grandchildren,
part of Bradford County. He attended ear- unable to attend, are Kevin Miller, Mary
: Santa Fe pas Plans' ly school in Gainesville and bean his Anne Tlllman, and Mark and Matt
newspaper career as ''the Meister; also a great-great-grandson
> > Goin.tvill. Daily B.. at the age of 10. He John Ryan Tlllman. ,;

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: I County Agent's Notebook '

County's 'DevelopmentReview lawyers, could be so unaware of 'the ..

Committee deserves a laurel necessity of obtaining such permits i Choosing a Lawngrass

for refusing to endorse further develop- before starting large scale development; L -

ment at the controversial Santa Fe Pass on Florida lakes and wetlands. It Is also A beautiful lawn can add substantial requires in. another consideration. Bahia

site, near Earleton on the west side of hard to understand why no penalties,. value tractive to your home.for While providing an at- has excellent drought tolerance; Saint
Santa Fe Lake until federal have been levied setting landscape ornamentals ranks second and
for state Augustine
a permit or a good lawn will reduce weed growth ; Centipede
development in a flood prone area has against the developers for their unper-. \ .and prevent erosion. Selecting the proper ranks thircL;

been obtained. mitted construction activity. grass for your specific location Is a basic Disease and insect problems also should
key to attaining these goals. It to con be taken into account. Of all Florida
The Statue of Peo- pays
The Santa Fe Pass site located on the The original Santa Fe Pass plans, Liberty.
pie from all the sider a number of factors before deciding lawngrasses, Bahia is most resistant to
narrow neck of water connecting the big which included a marina, club house, >are contributing over to preterv-world which grass to grow. pests. It's the best choice for landscapes

lake to the little lake, has already been and, other facilities, in the flood plain :'vino': : '', her.In time for,,' her Five lawngrasses are commonly grownin heavily infested with Nematodes. Saint

subjected to abuse by illegal, unpermit- area met with strong opposition from \" ,Id'/. 100th birthday. ...',',U"Tletters \: our area Saint Augustine, Bahia, Cen- Augustine also has good Nematode
tolerance But I said Chinch
ted. work in 1978 when marshy areas area residents, and the U.S. Corps of !:""" "'I' ., ,. 'fiI,1 \f..... tipede, and Bermuda are the most be a serious threat, as to this, bugs While can it
near the water's edge were filled in, and.a Engineers subsequently 'issued cease :.' r \, : :'j1f. popular, while Carpet is used less often. may be severely damaged by grass.Nematodes,.
This week I'll offer facts which could
roadway, boat ramp,and drainage, and[desist orders on the project ,. I ,( .I,w help you choose the some species that would bebeat Centipede has few other' pest problems,
providing it is not fertilized too heavily,
structures were all built without per' Ale) last week's Alachua for your homesite. .
: meeting, an ':,i(> Bermuda Is plagued by many problems; In
mits.A County pollution control worker said the '" .-,1 agi's" 1 *; < .,''Pi"in The most Important thing to consider fact, it's practically impossible to grow I

representative of the developers ad- new plan would involve "fairly Intensive ,Xp.: ;XHE''EDITOR': ''',$;3 3Brook.J'Se4weI.Uatra.r compatibility this grass without a continuous control
mitted to the review board last week' use of land within the 100-year floodplain /. .. program to cope with Nematodes, Insects' ,
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that the'work done in 1978 was withoutpertnitstf" the stormwater drainage plan ; ,', : :. :." .; .';'41 Ii: specific area. For example, if you need a
but said itv &"!''an ,i i.wa "unacceptable'; and "a septic,tankorJLtbftVrestauran .''. 7 '''', grass lor a'shaded lawn, you should plant':< As t pointed out ;.iiv" the ,beginning,,,*
mistake" with no Intent lake.. It is a"liftfe hard."t Ti understand; ., ." In other luay words{'"tile'i\IIh''u'w.P' o'esC>>fgh Rate;;.;',T''f;; ;.','" .w which require full.uh.T ./If.H ..n oj .11"1,''I fOWaNaaBuleachJuis disadvantages: ; ail erfcritw well as 4r aMa specific des
Principal Turnover
however, how a 'development corpora.. deserves much more study beforeany, I" After you decide which lawngrasses will cultural requirements. Area climate,Jand-
I tion, half of whose members are such permits are issued. '" r f'i iII 1 ; grow well in your area, you should choose l scape soil type,amount of homesite shade
ditor, Telegraph: one that you'll be able to manage properly and sun,and the degree of traffic by people
No lawngrass Is maintenance-free, but and pets are important considerations.You .
As teachers at Brooker Elementary, some types do require more care than'' should also evaluate the expenditureof
II School,we are deeply concerned about the others. For example, Bermuda producesthe time, effort, and money that will be required -

Block Not Worried: ;rAdministration Farmers Are 81 high time turn-over when Florida of principals is striving at Brooker to improve At heavily most fertilized beautiful lawns, but only if it's and attractive.to keep a particular. grass. healthy

its education system,' Bradford .County kept free of pests anddiseases.Ifyoucan't ,, :.t
t'' indicate that almost also needs to seek ways to improve its provide such high maintenance, you'd be In the next few weeks I'll give discussions
The situation down on the farm' isn'tas schools. We feel that of the of lawngrasses want to
one most Important wise to plant a low( care grass, such as you may consider
bad as it's painted, U.S. Secretary of eight percent of its borrowers are ways of developing an effective Bahia or Centipede. Saint Augustine is not for your landscape specifically,Saint
Agriculture John Block told farm behind in loan, payments. Farmers education' ( system is Offering: stable difficult to maintain,. but Thatch and Augustine Bahia, Centipede and Ben

editors at a meeting in Washington last Home Administration, the lender of last academic environment to our children Chinch bugs can be common problems.The mode :

week. While acknowledging that 10 to 15 resort, to farmers who can't get.:credit' i leadership Research indicates is a key factor that In strong creating building an Instructionally amount of water a particular grass .1 1

percent of farmers are in some degreeof anywhere else, reports staggering 56 : effective school. When the .
financial trouble", the Secretary said perqent delinquency rate. r principal is changed every two years or t

he expects only about two percent will In the 17 months ending February, t less ficult., strong As a result leadership, the school's is extremely academic dif Resolutions Local I

,, actually be forced out of business this FmHA reported that more than 10,000 of.' ,f j program suffers tremendously. I : :;;. of Suv.poi ,
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year. its borrowers have dropped out of ;;

Well maybe Mr. Block doesn't drop agriculture, many of them bankrupt or If the proposed change in principals oc- :" Presented:: :to SFC; Trustees l

his quarter in the same newspaper slot victims of foreclosure.One curs at Brooker Elementary next year;our -

that we do. One of the leading news services long-time ,Burke CountGa.. had students five entering principals sixth during grade their will elementary have, Meeting Trustees in of Starke on April 19, the Boardof "I have a feeling that many more/*!
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just reported that more than farmer, who,also faces loss of his'1,200 school years. With this kind of record, lege was presented with Fe Community 11 Col- students would stay here if they could, but
resolutions "
100,000 farmers about four percent of acre) farm, says farmers were encouraged an orderly, .purposeful, and peaceful local support and agreed to the concept of of we need a basic core program in Stare,
the nation's total could be forced off to plant all they could back in school climate with well-designed Instruction establishing a full course two-year educa- Dn Bernard McFadden. coordinator for
will have been difficult to achieve for SFCC's'' present center now ;, located at
the land this year, "according to" the JnHd-1970s, 'But ,now the market's these students. With another new prin- ty tional courthouse.The program. in the 1902 Bradford Coun-' Bradford High School. McFadden's\ annual

agricultural economists bankers. dried up, so we got a situation where we cipal,.our children will be forced into yet report shows that 344 students now take
Three times this number. "may slip expanded our+ operation,. 'bought new another uncertain environment thrust of' the resolutions, which courses at the Starke Center! and this
closer to economic ruin. and and came from city and county governing number is expected to double,with an expanded
tractors, irrigation equipment, In "The Effective Principal in Today'sSehools. bodies, the School Board,and various civic here.
And that's not all of the picture as now) our market's gone because of,the ",, Joanne Martin-Reynolds and groups, is that Bradford County,which is program
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seen without benefit of Mr. Block's rose-' strong dollar that restricted foreign'. Bill J. Reynolds' state 'that "The 'principalship part of the SFCC service district has a Santa Fe's architect, Craig Salley, has it
> be the most Inspected the old and found
may' single Important courthouse
( growing need for
colored glasses. According to the ability, to buy American. The farmer factor in determining the success or to be higher'education'services : basically sound.'He is presently making

economist and banker sources, even the can't'; pay his debts with his diminished failure (of ,the entire.svhoolingprocesa"American students must provided travel 30 locally.to 40 miles At present, preliminary sketches o{ necessary alterations

financially strapped farmers who income, and also can't afford to comply, '( Secondary. Education Vol.' 12, tend community colleges in Gainesville to at-, to adapt it to college use

manage to hang on to their holdings, with government pressure: to reduce his : 1983). :t Lake City, r'alat1,,or Jacksonville.The "Our side can't begin anything until the

will face a dramatically alteredIiCestylei operations to control prices by' supplyanddemand" ..: We urge the superintendent' school resolution also stressed the people.. of Starke '''and Bradford County
one that is gradually reshap- : board members to give our'students a stimulating effect'that' the SFCC'center'would decide they want to make the commitmentand
chance for excellence through long-term, the necessary sacrifices to bring the
America.More and more farm "The only solution is that 30 to 35 effective at Brooker Elemen- have on revitalizing the Call Street Alan
per'f y. leadership business district;the main college center here, SFCC President,
objective of
the '
wives are seeking off-the-farm work, cent; of. farmers have'got to go : :; tary School'f, Downtown Progress Committee.The Robertson told the group. ; : :

while their husbands scale back operations business. And that's 'what, ourji.administration M. lsignep Martha Pillow, : ",". .....
laying off hired help and selling is doing. They are ''*:Susan. Scott, Debbie Bigham .". .
'off assets in an effort to stay in business I'V:;: Brooker Fla. f" '
; presiding over the elimination of 35 percent ,1, Forestry in Bradford ; '
while delaying purchases of highpricemodern County :
,of the farmers: he said; '' .
equipment. Local Citrus Tree ,.
A senior economist with the Federal In 'an interview'last week''Mr. Block Survives Big Freeze Division of Forestry seeking interested The' fee 'the'week to' 7S.-The fee
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.. said he intends to put all his into individuals to attend one week en
energy Editor Telegraph i ; covers all necessities Including Insurance
Bank in Kansas *
Reserve City Mo. vironmental this
camps summer. Any stu-
the''challenging campaign" to re-elect '\ food and ..
;tike, want to citrus trees teaching material.. ,,
( reports a three-fold increase in partial People grow dent who is in the 6th through lllh grades
: farm liquidations in the last ,,,12 to 18 President Reagan. No doubt his farmer and banana palma around their homes! be is eligible to attend. Student activities in- A few of the outstanding< constituents would feel better if he put of good cheerJ/A Mandarin orange tree clude canoeing down scenic rivers, hiking 'week will be nominated by tbeetatf to participate
a months. more of his energy intohelping' save' growing in the patio of my apartment survived though wilderness areas, and learning how in a free, week-lone advanced
t-' : Recent figures: from the,Farm Credit their farms from foreclosure. the big freeze thin winter without to use a map and compass. Relationships training\ 'session.,, This advanced,session
: .", '. any protectlonfrom. the cold except the between soil, air. plants, and i will,consist of extended camping and hiking -
.I." 'H.. / radiated heat'from 'therwalls''and'tio' discussed and explored in linksshe .' with an emphasis on'forest: ecology
'M t' .. ,.' ';t. slab as well as proximity. to the apartment will learn to understand.:the. .. I''Two trained adults will'' lead and iwlruct

"J. f : I ./," ,\, building t ten feet away. all. forest. IlK, together,. .. I each group. with limit of 13.' 8.deote.per'
-. e :, Don't be'discouraged by the:fact that Beginning- "on'June 1C'and'extending'un' -,'r group. :

..\", i, '" {,J"r. \ trees In the large orange groves In North til August 18,' there. will be one-week\ Any teacher In Aradford'Ccunty'.Whoare
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" ,,.f' I .:"' "tiJt and Central Florida. were killed or severely sessions offered. : Interested in observing the activities at

w I. :;' : I/t/ :,: damaged?-::.' Recreation u "'an essential'part, of:the these camps, are invited to attend.?There
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II"' -': t' 'Everyone hM foolish Ideas but a win man .k..p*. them to hlmwlf." -Wilhelm' Butch At home!you' can plant 'selected, hardy, program. Supervised ,wimmln{: and space!available fw' two teacerS''arweek

'I. .. "'''fh'o. :, /<,., .vI, "'.:., ':. .."," ,:.r,1,..," varieties on the south side of your house, canoeing are included as well as fishing,. to attend at no cost,to the'- iedielduaLFora
J". '," ""'",." ,I./' '":.I,.* '--'...,." ,.. ., ... ";it'" '' .i/' ""; "r storage buiUttnC, or barn, where they get. volleyball*',and: ;ba ketball. Campfire, Information,'* c.un-
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i it ... the structure w_ll. held every week, call M* m (8IIt.:. iii ), ?*,'.

...qI. "- In Uw'd.rly years when the tree.;are t. 'The ,dormitories are new, 'rustic" have these sessions fill up fart;mpittofr Y11
few I small, a bod Meet and an extension cord with bunks and an area; preference. on a .parlicuiw wkDf ?:
I. and bulb at the trunk of the tree provide ,for .served t'* belon ngs. Hot meats .;...

.}',.. :'! .;.Niagara' Fall' topped Hawing for almost ''thirty' hours on .March 2g. additional heel If the freeze'laeta" for more. 'are tiipM a_y. For the wfe.** ,Mtl n l I. h*....; -'1'' .. '. .
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Mr. and Mid: Richard Wayne Harris 'I
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of a son Richard Wayne Harris, III,' ", Highlights: of Social News- ;, ," I'
born April 20 In Shand's. "' '
Teaching: Mildred Cephart,, '.
,c Hospital! Gainesville. He joins two DentonHonored
; Sisters: Stacie, 4 and Mirandalag' The J.D. Odom's. Trade, John C. Bradley "
I Maternal grandparents are Mr.and at ShowerMiss Married April '20 :h' i I
Celebrate
Mrs; Buddy ,Holfowell of Keystone 46th ') '
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Heights Maternal great grand .Wedding AnniversaryMr. '' Trade Denton whose marriage .. Mildred' Capehart and John: C. '
parents are Mrs Irene Ball of Starke to Randy Alvarez was an eventof Bradley were united in marriage
and Mr and Mrs: Paul HolloweU ''of and:Mrs. J.D.:tidom celebrated Saturday night, April 14, was the Grace United Methodist Church in I
Tolona, III.Paternal. > their 46th honored.at a bridal shower Monday
wedding anniversary Lawtey on April 3Ot at 2 p.m. with ,
I : grandparents are Camille Easter Sunday at a family dinner party night, April 9,'given by Misses Carrie Rev. James Tompklns performing' ; '
1f:2: Rose Tasker.of Starke and Richard at their home on E. Call Street. Coburn, Karen Elixson.; and Barbie the ceremony. I

_ Wayne Harris, Sr. of Keystone Helping.to celebrate the occasion Norman at the' Coburn home on The bride is the daughter of Mr. and i
Heights.Paternalgreatgrandparentsare CR-229.
were their children Charles Odom Mrs. Charles Capehart of Lawtey and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hensley and and sons, But and John C., Mrs. Em- The honoree was given a pink car- the groom is the son of the late Mr. I':
f r fi r'' lj Mr, and Mrs. Ike Harris' all of'." ma Sue Johnson and -daughters. nation corsage as she arrived. and Mrs. John Bradley d Lawtey. I 'I
.. V ginia. I' Susanne Sandra, and son Curt and) The food table was covered with a Those attending were the bride's ,
r j Mrs. Martha Jean Odom and white lace cloth and centered with mother and father, sister Edna Sue, 1
Anthony Emannel i WUaon,*1 .V' daughters. Marcl and Kimi of Live white wedding bells with lace ribbons. and children. f
Wilson Oak John Odom and daughter An evening of fellowship was had by Mr. and Mrs. Bradley will reside attheir
Sgt. and Mrs Anthony E. of Alescla Odom and Mary Schiayone of the guests. .during, the. party hours. home in Lawtey.
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Gainesville. Also attending -- -----
Anthony Emanuel;, born April 21'In Bruce TUlman of Gainesville, were Lori' E

,Bremahaven, Germany. lie'>>1na '.' Roberson of Live Oak and. Mrs. E.L. 1' Color Photos .Not Acceptable t 'II
,k la t sister Ta'Nika Dionne. age 2Vi. ,Crawford of Starke.. ,
Maternal grandparents Rev:
are Following dinner a Ice cream anniversary .
and Mrs. Henderson Hudson. of
cake Mrs. '
was enjoyed.
Lawtey" '. .' Odom also received red roses. Color photographs will no of 'consistent quality. Sometimes i
Paternal grandmother is Mrs longer be
Catherine accepted by The color photographs come. : I
Wilson of White Springs
Telegraph for use In the out acceptably when rephoto-t :
i Great grandmother Is Mrs. ,Dozie Tommy Boldre. ,
t'Ashley, also of White,Springs, Fltu ,. newspaper graphed ;and screened,' a* Is '; !
.Coke Party Honore. Henceforth, please' submit a necessary to reproduce thorn In I

Miss Tammy Baldree bride-elect, black and white photograph the newspaper. But more often. I

i ...\... '. '. was complimented at a Coca-Cola I with articles, Including! en-, they' come 'but grey or coma I '
;' ; party Saturday morning given by gagements and 'wedding an' pletely black. I!
," <''fHt)i'i''r'\ Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. James .
,nouncements.This This policy Is to Improve the I
'"' ( '' ", Thornton, Mrs. Donald Carter, Mrs.
'..' '. V.J. Spengler and Mrs. J.D. Warrenat I policy Is necessary be- quality of the newspaper we. : I
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Vt' Street.Highlighting points of interest in the unable to reproduce! color our readers In this matter will' ,I

Lisa Reddish honored at Coke Party.... : r t.. f,a.: \ living room were arrangements of photographs with. any degree be greatly appreciated. 1 1

-' Elaine Griffis and Lisa Reddish (l-r) at Coca-Cola party given for Miss \ 'roses. The Coke table.was covered The Editor i

..I )'Reddish following her 13-weeks internthlp In the second grade under Miss' :\. .' >,'m\;. .! .'.( 'with a white lace cloth and centered -.. .. "
:Grtffls. The party wee held Friday afternoon April 13, from Z:30 to 3:30' --a- .j,: with: an arrangement of carnations, ; ; ,5 i I
I given by the Starke Elementary School staff"In the school library where j jt .PatriciiSlocum. .. !, :' daisies, mums and poms. .; \ I
'mints nuts and cake mere served.j, : )" Mrs.Thornton greeted the guests at AEROBICS '.1
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;:Boll Aftroceedi Mr. and Mrs. Miller Dean Carter of honoree with a silver and crystal'' '" '
Spring the-youth' Orange Park.wlll.be united in marriage ;relish tray as a memento of the occaston. -' St.Marks" Episcopal Church I Hall ",

Sunday.May 6, at 2 p.. in the .
The trophies .Cannon True Church of God in Unity Approximately 50 guests called bet. / !1, KEYSTONE i ;
wean the hours of 10 a.m. and, 12 noon. '-'-'
Starke: with a reception Horace homeof :, .,. M&W T&Th i.
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1 Know- T:' ''1 :. St. Edward's, CYO Famous Dramatist I Brooker News;{l. '-

Did You T tt '> Actlvltl...... Coming to Stark ", ; ,;
;..,....... .IU: ,; by C.- 8ne" Davis i'- ,
", "'" phon 85-lM4 ,,.'
; 1'/1.1" St. Edward's number of timeson "
l'hrlstlall.'Xouth Having appeared a
Mrs. L.H. Jennings visited Miss Lillian Stump.&ncT'Mr i ''. Organization is NBC and,CBS T.V. networks, and Dfdati Baptist ChurchT

daughter Jacksonville Mrs., last Carol Thursday McLendon and Friday in- Gilbert Goldwire were in Orlando last on Saturday, April 28, at HursraShell also BBC in England the terns Thursday on business Station. Coffee and do-nuts will be' tional Neil ,
and the weekend in Hendry of
spent John pastor
The Rev.
available from 9 will be coming to Starke on Sunday
a.m. until 4
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Gainesville with her and family, ( Church
son
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jennings.Mr. Mrs. Etna Schaffer returned last while cars, trucks and vans are ring evening April 29,Church at 7 p.m.in Starke.An at First. Dedan revival Baptist Is In. progress Jut\ announces.the church.'
visit W88h I. United Methodist
Friday after 10 days with her son each night week*7:30:
In
actor who has been written up beginning ;
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
and Mrs. J.T. Lawson spent and Rev. Robert Gillis of the
Schaffer in Atlanta. On Sunday May6, the CYO will Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News p.m.
last week in the Blue Ridge and Rev. Madison Street Baptist Church Jn
Smoky Mountains.Mr. sponsor a Mexican dinner in the St. World Report magazines, Starke will be the evangelist throUghFriday.
Mr.and Mrs. Drew Reddish have as Edward's Parish Hall. Serving will be Wyrick will be doing a dramatizationof .

and Mrs. W.S. Haas and Mr. guests this week Mr. and Mrs.Robert from 12 noon until 8pm. Included in an early American personality, There will be a special music program -
and Mrs. Dale Haas attended the Klinger of Wilmington,Dela. They all the1 menu are tacos, burrito, nachos Francis Asbury. This outstanding mileson presented each .lhepublic "
', Thomas Jeff Perry family reunion in spent Sunday with Mr..and Mrs. Stan and cheese'' dip retried beans, religious leader covered middle 275,000 and late' IS Invited to come and enjoy the '
horseback In the
'
Reddish in Tallahassee. !I Spanish rice, beverage and dessert. ""
Dublin, Ga. over the weekend.Mr. 1700s. Word of God each evening.
Prices are $3 for adults Senior
< Sunday will be Homecoming at thin'beloved
c; l and Mrs. Richard Harrison of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Faulkand Citizens $2.50, children 4 to 12, $2; 4 I This man would cross the Allegheny old church and the Rev.
Cheryl Burchette Ocala were weekend guests of Mr. daughter spent Thursday to Sunday and under free. Special entertain- Mountains 62 times as there were he had no Larry Elliott Assistant Director of
Kenneth Longnecker and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. with Mr. and Mrs. Brad Carter In Ar- ment will be featured from 2 tie 3 p.m. not towns been.In early America where Mission)* for the Baptist Convention,
cadia. with dancers with
performing
square and will be guest speaker. Following the
There is no admission charge a
Mrs. Marcia Welch and children of calling by Jim Duncan... will be for services, there will be dinner on the
Burchetto Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and, Mrs. nursery provided preschool '
Cheryl Savannah, Ga. spent Wednesday to children. This is a wonderful grounds so pack a picnic basket'Come
with her Dr. and Clyde Sinclair attended the funeral of Proceeds from the bake sale wonderful
Kenneth LongneckerPlan Saturday parents, who Join is in a day of.
opportunity to see how a man
Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. Chip Welch their brother, Will Slade, in Baxley, sponsored by the CYO on April 15 I fellowship and food. '
devoted to the idea of "One Nation Christian
May 26 WeddingWilliam spent grandparents.Mrs. the previous. week with his Ga. last Friday morning.Mrs. poor were and donated needy to the Rice Bowl for the was UnderGod", 'would. relate to Stokes, Parker Reunion "

A. Burchetto, Gainesville, Janet Turner spent then The Blessed Mother statue on the America today. of Planned for May 12
and Dellia H. Burchette, Lawtey, an- weekend with Miss Kay Turner and St. Edward's grounds was recently This special presentation is part '
G.J. McGriff, Sr. spent the of the out to all Stoke and
the Bicentennial celebration A call Is going
the engagement of their Mr. and Mrs.. Grover Howard 'in cleaned and painted with the help of
nounce weekend with her son and family Mr. wish
United Methodist Church in the Brad Parkers, also friends, who to at-
Kenneth T. CYO members.On
daughter, Cheryl Lea, to Jacksonville.
and Mrs. McGriff, Jr. in Gainesville.Mrs.
ford reunion. Pack a picnic 'UllCb'and
tend
Longnecker, son of Jack A. Easter Sunday, the CYO sponsored County area a
clan at Rock
with all the
Longnecker, Memphis, Tenn. and Lex Green had as Easter Sun- Mrs. E.B. Work of Montreat N.C.l.i an Easter egg hunt for the Church meet Saturday, May 12,for a day of -
this week of her children Among those winning prizesof f'4
'Maryann Cohenour of Orlando. day dinner guests her family, Mr. guest sister-in-law. : and lots of good eating
for 26. Mrs. J.M. Blackshear.Mrs. large chocolate rabbits were Kelly fellowship
The wedding is planned May and Mrs. W.H. Green and family and calendar for
Miss Burchette Is a 1977 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vigilone of Trimble Rhiannon Box, Mary Dunn, 'Please mark :your, : that
Hawthorne Jr.-Sr. High School, Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy J.H. Fields has been transfer; Kasey Trimble,Jason Welty, Jeremy ..1,\! above date and be there
Hawthorne, Santa Fe Community Green, Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock of red from a nursing home in Trimble, and Randy Milton. Personals..;
College, Gainesville, and presently Orange Park and Michael Green of Gainesville to North Florida Regional Refreshments of Easter cake and
We make 188 billion tele- Ralph Stokes and Mr.
attends school in the Washington, Gainesville.Mr. Hospital.Mr. cold: drinks were served following the ,, Mr. and Mrs.
D.C. area where she is employed by hunt. phone calls per; year In, the and Mrs. Billy Harold of.Kissimmeewere

Congressman Fuqua.Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders and and Mrs. J.T. Lawson and Mr. United States. the Saturday evening dinner"
Longnecker is a 1977 graduateof son spent the weekend in St. and Mrs. T.B. Harding, Sr. received guests of Mrs. H.E.Stoke...
Harding Academy, Memphis, Augustine.Mr. word Sunday that they, are great,, M
Tenn., Harding College and Memphis grandparents with the birth of a great Hastings

State, Memphis, Tenn. He Is Presi- and Mrs. Dan Griffis and sons granddaughter, 'whose parents are 1
dent of his own Government Relations of Orlando were Friday and Saturday Debra and Bob Rybarczyk of Cincinnati New ",
firm in Washington. D.C. 'guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohio, and grandparents are Mr. "
Longnecker and Associates, and is an Gerald Griffis, at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. T.B. Harding, Jr. of Oden-.
officer' in the U.S. Marine Corps ton, Md.
POTATOES
Reserve. Bernadine Early, Gerri Green, \,'
Miss Burchette is also the granddaughter Becky Basford and Nela McGee of the Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott and family l ,
of Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Hall of Hospital Auxiliary, attended the Nor- visited: Silver Springs on Friday; Fresh Dug "Sebago" Table Stock' -
Lawtey. theast District meeting of the
Association: of Florida Hospital Aux- Mrs.Jimmy Hobbs and daughter of $A50 Maturedrivers
iliaries, Inc. in Jacksonville on April Gainesville were Sunday guests of < save
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs. ,
I
Woman's Club BoardTo 1819. Spscual Bu 1.o1. : more, with -. "i :

Meet '2 Sen. Charley Johns Is a patient in Guest Speaker
May 21% Vino The Hartford: "
, Riverside Hospital for observation'and 29 ife hag available. rips .

f The executive board of, the StarkeWoman's treatment.Mrs. At Union PrimitiveUnion Do Food ,. .lb "u850lTomatoos) lr. 210.i : If you're age 55 or ,
Club will meet Wednesday, older can save an '
'Primitive Baptist Church I you
May 2, at 12 noon at Western Steer Ronald Kelly and family of additional' 10% ..on '
.
located on MorganRoad CZ33.1'i1miles
Steakhouse. !Tampa are visiting her mother, Mrs. '
' Breakfast 'Jack Trawick at Kingsley Lake this west of Hwy 16 on the left will Cukes, Peppers, Oranges, Tangerines ". ". ,.. ss. 1 o.MIKE'S 1 auto Insurance from 'I, ',r
The Woman's May Club annual week. host a guest speaker: Sunday .night The Hartford. HowZ r ; ;,
May I
April 29 at 7 \
p.m. Just complete an
Breakfast be held
will
Saturday, May
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Firth and Mr. Elder Charles Sandage /rom PRODUCE"The approved defensive ,' : I
5, at 11 a.m. at the club house for '
Arkansas will be the ''
members and guests. and Mrs. Gerry Ely and son, Beau, Donaldson at I driving course such as1: u ,> ,: .
Hostesses will be Mrs. George spent Thursday.to Sunday at Beverly evening come services.and worship Everyone with Is the invitedto con- Poor Man's Market that sponsored by the ,1 '

Roberts dish, co-chairman, chairman, Mrs.Mrs.J.H.James DuPre Red-, Beach. gregation. Elder James M. Land, Jr. US 301 ,S (Just past D, ''-''n 2 miles) StarkaPUBLIC You'll HARP learn In your! valuable area. v'' ;

Mrs. Paul Faulkner, Mrs. M.R. Judd, Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson and pastor. i "- "' '..1 new driving skills and "
Mrs. Edward Powell, Mrs. J.D. children spent Thursday to Saturdayat = for The '

Seymour, Mrs. G.B. Spry Mrs.. B.C., St. Augustine. qualify Haftford'a,10de. ?"
Titus, Mrs Robert Ward, Mrs.'O.A. ,,tt
Wiggins Mrs.Merritt Williams, Mrs. Chaplain and Mrs. Norman Red- ", ,. ;::, .;-11, fw.A to"slve dflrln9ilia.y ntllvd.9m8L
John ,LTorode., ,,and, Mrs' ,,, ,,Bobb !/ding returnedTuesda from a eight-j( ":NOTIG.E .at3atttsAIdwitltfttt :Jdgustl '
Jf6 VY'rN0
"sn'a
Y53) I
'I Biggs. "% trip to the Hawaiian IslahdsffipPMrs. : aaP1 y standard $JIIaIIJIao"Irt.* "

[ driver discounts yotw avy
Lloyd Dyal, Sr.of Brooker and .
,could save to 25%
Mrs.: J.F. Ellerbee of Panama City 1982-83 Actual Expenditures up '
Southern Villas of StarkeTo were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. on your Insurance.. .; #

Host Open HouseThe E.J. Dowling, Sr. and E.J. Dowling For details call today t
Jr. Fund Don't make a ded- -
Federal :Revenue Sharing Availability .
.
4 ,
Board of Governors of Starke slon on any |incur
Bradford Chamber of Commerce and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and ante without a quote,!

Starke city officials are invited to son, Todd of Tallahassee, Henry All are hereby notified thatfederal Revenue Sharing 'rojnus.HODGES. .
"Open House" at Southern Villas of Thomson of Birmingham, Ala. and persons .
Starke, 1001 Southern Villas Drive, Mrs. Philip Jacobs and sons, Elie, Actual.Expenditures'for.the 1982-83 Fiscal Year'for Bradford County
Hwy. 16 West Saturday,April 28, from Joshua and Michael of Roslyn N.Y., '
'"
1 to 3 p.m. spent Wednesday to Sunday with their is available for public inspection. The supporting documentationsare Insurance Agency:
The group will tour the million mother, Mrs. W.H. Thomson and :
dollar complex and will view a fur- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and on.file at the Bradford County Courthouse, 925 North Temple, 964.4571 ;:; \' :
nished model courtesy of Denmark Mrs. James Womack and sons. I, {
thru *
Avenue from 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m on Monday Friday < '
Furniture, Blair resident : I
Tracy 101A Edward*,Road \
manager announced.The Mrs. Ida Lou Smith of Paxton was V .JM&J ,,\,, ,
1 bedroom units are filled but weekend guest of Mrs. J.W. Griffin. ,' ,' ? AUTO .. UFE MO LE'H8MEI'? I
applications for two bedroom apart Gilbert Brown '.. I,
ments are now being processed., Joe Stewart .of Washington D.C. .. HOMEOWltf1; l lI .
, spent Easter weekend with' his Clerk to the Board;:;' 11' ; ,
ii i mother, Mrs. Ray Brown, and Mr. .; \' '' ,',
i Brown. ,,; .
Car Wash Saturday... i ., \
: Esther B. Ellerson 1
{ Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons fi" ,' '. I : 1 YTNEHAR1TORD
i Hampton Elementary School 7th Matt and Jim,returned to their homein 'y' Finance' '
grade class will have a car wash New Orleans Sunday after 10 days :' County Director ,.

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford l County Utw protect,.u-'d.* tj.' :
Community State Bank, Starke. 2.00 J.E. Hardy. Miss June Hardy of ,." ... .,:: ".
per car. Atlanta Joined the family Tuesday to ... ,,,, '
Money raised will go toward the Saturday. '- 1u 1\! \ J
i class trip! to Disney World on May 19. ,
GOLD-KliT ,1I 1t
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Raiford First Baptist Church .

Homecoming, April 29 !! ,I ( .,.'.H21. ., 21114' ) H

Save Real Dollars. Right Now! : ,: ..
i The First Baptist Church of Raiford .. r -. :

: ,will April have,,29.their: All homecoming former pastors Sunday, In Our New Lawn, and ,Garden Center! '
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friends Invited '
members and are tot) '
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come and enjoy this occasion. 1 .
A' basket lunch will .be ,served atf! p .$<* ORTHO i )

j 12:30 p.m. i p .. ;
: There will be singing after lunch by j 1" '
! the Weeks and others. '' PARKER Plantood "
Family
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Azalea I "' Use lawns fruits.vegetables
; ,- Lunch Menus' ; $14' : !r: i h ; on '

, ; Bradford County Middle School Camellia Regufl"t : ornamentals ilnaeyr.diferent'insectst shade ;:
r ,a nd all elementary schools : Controls !
. M_;.Aria M-CMcbn A RJc,chMMrti,but RhododendronI "
, lend gram pen,pear hat,.*. biKUItt milk. ) <
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t ..f mallhed i' 'PuttSALE PRICE $628
TMtday. May envy poUtow ','
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pplawuee, brownie hot rolla, milk. : '
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': aardulad, fruit crtop, hot roll., milk. ,'1
Thursday, May l-Pina, cm oa Uw cab, carrot .
Mix, E.Tb.n, cinnamon roll nlU.CThla menu <. I:{ ''IIIliW .k'I ,I." '" 'j \ !,' ""\ '!o;; '; ,'. ,
'written by Mn. Baker1. claw, SoutMde.>)> : '' .
.......,..May MANAGERS CHOICE DAY. C Got.adawn garden, problem?;Let;.\us:,:,hlp ,yowJ ,

School _, '
. Bradford County High '" J
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grew ,
Taaiaay., cabbag. May tlaw l-Bartwcuad cake,milk.WaaacMtay Beef. on Bun, Fr nchIrlaa ':Come :In Today!' '. ,: < W '

May t-Chtekaa MM. dwna Mia. .
batted (.... pm, fruit cup brown, MKUU.I: 'you'll'Bc'Gtad' You' Did :. ... .. ..
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carnbraad milk. f' '' I
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.it"" ::''':''''' EllsabethTer" +' Mrs Ray Rosier in services on Easter :Mrs; Jessie Scold of Atlanta, Gst.visited Hodges, on Sunday afternoon. and Nancy, Cherry Morgan and attended Sunday s;r:;+IUaf'; : 'I
:, I by j Sunday morning for it had been a lord t -their cousins.. Mr. and M.,;. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley; Jr. daughter.Mr.and. Grace united" M thocJlR gty, ,j
/ pbope78W3eO'ChtJrch time since he was able'to be with us., Hermie Kelly on Friday and his mother left Friday to visit :: Mrs.Clyde Walnwrishi, day morning ',r .' 1,", ':'
Activities... Mrs. Sheryl Roust! and their, Mr",,and Mrs FranWintarUnltrnd:; their grandmother In Tennessee Jim Kimberly and Van of Lakeland spent l Bob Boyettc of JacksanvW*I l

First Church daughter,Mrs. Debbie Allg and baby, baby of Bryceville and their parent Sr and his daughter Kay the Weekend with their mother, Mrs. Kim and Shelly Boyette oTif* ,
Preacher's Baptist had a came three. times during our revival Mr. and Mrs, Fleam Starling,went to WUk ion rNleysthe Wilma Wainwright. Sunday guests of vile, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boy )
April 19,from Conference 1 until 5 Monday, meeting.Kevin. Wildwood! for a dinner away from J 01 the fa reaandtheyplanned, Mrs. Wainwright were Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville, Wendoe Smylii;'a 'I
p.m. Different > Kllbride, a young Navy man, home on Saturday. to return home on Sunday. Allen Brown, Misses Danise Durban daughter, Elizabeth fJf AtlantaGal:
preachers brought messages and from Jacksonville,spent the weekend!; Mrs. Catherine Steele came home family Mrs. Bruce Crapse and Cathy Waters of Jacksonville came to Col. and Mrs William'(,
several ladies served supper at S p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp. from Whispering Pines Care'Center Mary Menotte. Mrs. pea Miss Lisa Durban of Gainesville and Wilson's home on Sunday ;,ana
One item which was served and enJoyed Mr. and Mrs. John DeVore and, in Starke with her husband, John' Cebaflos and family, Mr. and Mrs. her sister, Mrs. Rebel Mciver of celebrated Mrs. Mabel Boyette's BOth'y
immensely was chicken and! young daughter, Nicole, from St., Steele, and her son-in-law and, Gary Wheeler and daughters,Mr.and Ocala. All of them attended services, birthday. ii'I I
dumpllns. The preachers: stayed for Petersburg, spent the weekend withl ,daughter, Mr. 'and Mrs. Lester, Mrs Mike Crapse, Jr. and Michael at Grace United Methodist Church on Visitors In Mr. and Mrs.JIarold; i
services Monday night which was the their mother, Mrs. Pauline DeVore. | Walker and sons' John and Wannis celebrated Easter and Menotte's bir Easter Sunday. Eunice's home for the weekend were ,
first service of our Revival. Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and familyof and John's glrUrlend, Miss Julee thday on Sunday. : Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Barry of Jacksonville ,
Gr try United piSup Church Sub Base, Kings Bay, Ga., spent Wise of Starke. Mrs. -Jl Anders and Mrs. Heater Mrs. B.L Wilklson.Sr. were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of :
had usual Fellowa for several days with her parents,' Mr., Mr. aoc| Mrs. B.L..WllkUon., Jr. at.:: Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Danny Shuford' Mrs. Charley Arwood, Mr. and Mrs Lake City, Julius Eunice oTStarker+:
those who had birthdays and also ,and' Mrs. Bill Dobbs. > < tended an Easter Egg Hunt at their;,;, 'and son were Easter Sunday dinner Roger Edwards and Mrs. Annette ',and -Mrs. Connie ,Mostey and, son;! 1

wedding April on anniversaries for the monthof Mr. and Mrs. Dusty! Rhodes and. churcjt: with i their. gra baby;:'Toni,. ) guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen..Shuford 'Wiggins_of Jacksonville. All,of them ..Dale,of Maxvllle.A .. for J"'" >
Sunday, April 15. .''"l
First Church had their -. ':,,\) I
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Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, April 22, fr
after church at the church. Tracey
Prevatt found the Golden Egg which \\1 ; ';.

paid $10 and Kenney Norman got the R8CAS FANCY.DRUG STORE., ::, (
Silver Egg which paid $5. ':' .
Grace United Methodist Church : ,
had'their Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 1 Th1400 STORE ; '
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April 21. at the church. .


Personals.Mr.: and Mrs... Johnny Jenkins, of,, \ CELEBRATION SALE :,::1',;:: :;':::7 ', : :",<

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Milliard and Mon 1 ,
spent Sunday night 'fI '"
day with their mother, Mrs, O.J Over 1400 stores strong and stI3l l growing! Eckerd Invites you to : ,' ':..

Anders. join the celebration with savings convenience a service ;, ,
Friends'of Gene Eunice are happy ,
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te learn that able .
he was to return '
home I .'I0 ,
Friday from North Florida I
Regional Hospital, Gainesville, after "
spending a week there. Our prayers ", "" IHERSHEY'S
with him.' Use it for faster retells. ';
ate J PIEAINKUM RY03I SPIN COMBO '
: Deepest sympathy of the community ; 'IDIOCIIIDI2M.: .5..,... .' ''
is extended to Mrs.James Starlingand KISSES1 CRUNCH '
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family because of the death of her, MUMCHSKNE.
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husband and their father, James UI -10.00 rn ,
"I ....no ,t,a ",' '
Starling on Thursday ,night. Our 23.991year = .;
prayers are with all the family. 199
limited
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Mrs.1:Minnie ston had to have a. sse ,I'
cist taken off her left hand on.Thurs- ITs asy to scvA tint* by : "mlt1", Jr warranty

day. Our prayers are'with her: phoning ahead for refill*.

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green' and Mr. Our number Is on your .;,
and Mrs; Riley Sweat Jr. and their, prescription I.
daughters Lisa June Morgan and son --
Andy Morgan of Starke,spent a week',
with their son-in-law and daughter e :tuatZ\ :. f{ "

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch anddaughter "tl" J:. ,
',Kristina, ,In Black Moun- "', ,
tain, N.C. While'there, they ,visited "" ( 1..ll ,""
Cherokee, Maggie .Valley M Il Jl
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daens a a +'i'+ ; ,
Highland Falls and Craggy G } ,' .., "
on Blue Ridge Mountains.Mrs. '"
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Minnie' Teston, who spent .
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from Sunday until Wednesday with ,,." ", .. ;''f '
her mother Mrs.:Wordie Melton who, : ,'I',' ;I
was sick, also her brother; William t I Ia ;!, ;,,
Harris, who had been in the hospital, ;
in Orlando.Both of them are improv ILfl .
ing., i EXTRA STRENGTH. a GALAXY OSCILLATING ., a". ,.
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Friends of Danny Phillips regret to I DATRIL 9"' FAN ;

'learn that he. will.have surgery at, :M au'suLis or so r/uusrs BBC 1SMIOS DIMM eg.1 ss WHITE X>14MILDEW .. I
Shand's Hospital; Gainesville, on,: EVEREAIlYENLRGII3R COKE DIET COKE :
Tuesday. Our prayers are,with him. 1.49 salehrke LADY SHAVER, "AA" BATTERIES SPRITE Of TAB 1 6.93 Sale Price REMOVER I '.
Ralph Futch of Black, Mountain, ,. JIll Mao.in tads oat Mai-ln| ', '
N.C. will visit his aunt, Miss w ) MV.S.MS**' 2LnH -s.oo 139 wlttl sna'na' :
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'Elizabeth Terry: He will arrive Sun-1 ( PACK, 99 "
Your 'l OFD I ,, 39 you Your '" :, "
day and will spend a few days. F R E E s '' '
Final Cost PACKS, CIIOICI,.- S Final Cost HtUHTWCIOS TWIM PACK "- ;.I''1I \. ,; 11:
Mrs. O.J Phillips was an Easter Limlt1whilequanttieslast. 2... ... M.. Me ......;..> 51.00SHOP ,.',H lt\);' ,
Jmtb4packs ; edurwl wl edwara( + ,, ,
Sunday-dinneP'giHJst-oPner son and ;I va' ''I'' J."f \ ''''' !,Hf | .Mp>ai dtrs."Jam sjPtu&peotiYate I '....1.d J, ,; ..
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Hilites+ s3 We meet all F

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byJDoloresMeng; HAIR INTERMATIC ELECTRIC ,
"phone 468msEas'ter ..VPo12SO..1.... WAKING ID-SPEED WALL CLOCKS pncesonldertical 14" FAN '

Vis tort;:.. 10.99'saieprice BLENDOR 2 Jtti.o.'OFF merchandise .wuas e' !JER '

,'Mr. and Mrs;.Verdo Salter enjoyed, ''_,=3.00 Mail-in Rebate 'a19 9 REGULAR PRICE Bring in current =- 3999 =:.." 388 x 1

the visit of their daughter and soh-ln- ,7.99 Your Final Cost Selection may vary ads & see! IXnN_COIIOS Turns lights on/off auto. "
law, Joann" and ,Jeff Gartlamb 'of shatterproof '
5-cup .pitcher matlcally.
levels by stores. AU,1IIIS.--2O OFF:'
Woodlands,' Texas, during the week, 2 speed,& 4 heat "
I preceding Easter.
., Mr. and. Mrs. Gordon Weest of
Miami spent the weekend with his' '
LONG ACTING. 'SOFT SCRUB 2IGCY
mother, Mrs. Belle Brown. They,
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Visited Mr.' and Mrs. Seth Griffith in COLD THMAPEUnCM CLEANSER LARCO VINYL STKAP BEACH "', '

Starke on Friday. CAPSULES ar m RAGS ,
The Jerry:Wadsworth'family had PACK O 10 FURNITURE n..aa.iaaa .
Easter::dinner:'with their niece 'and 77

'f.mU1'Mr., and Mrs..Andy Shepard,. "' '
'Valerie and Danielle in Keystone Compare to SHOE BOX 19" ,

Heights: Also attending the dinner, Contac.' waaun PVC FABRIC ..: .
PSOW9 owes \ :
were Madge Sullivan, BIU and Lou, MS.49.M i la)
Weisner, Ray, Ada and Andy Griffis. SALT C AIR ;
During; the afternoon' they enjoyed CEPACOL 29" g MATTRESS .
swimming in Paradise Lake; : c so str '
MOUTHWASH eon aauaiaeusdssv ,.... r.at"
:Among Easter ,weekend guests .or ....'
Mr. and MrL.Pul Meng were their knll2' .t 12-INCH "
children'and families Mr. and Mrs. 137 .__ _J' UBBirtMAlP! TABLETOP : ,
Carlton Meng Angela and Aaron of r '
,Limit, l'; ST P GRILL
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Keystone Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Bill nerorUSMUCHMSIIt .
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Meng, .Dna'' and Michael,, of,St. nuiwi mmniATH9OAP MO-S.M sa 5.a ug
Petersburg Mr. and Mrs: Theron AFRIN 2 TYPING
Renee and Adam of Keystone PAPER Typing Paper
Heights ,McCluro, NASAL Typing Paper .
; Mrs. Phyllis 'hORY NiPNn6, 19"IUaell XOOSHHTS
''Kasey and Ryan of Tampa; Joyce ,''SP2KAYIt aaM,se!at ;x ...WlItU... __-,- ." des t.n p. .
'end Alan Kent of OrangePark; Mr'and ; HA. c STORAGE, ( 'Ty
Mrs;'Randy Scoggins,.April and 189 CHtST ,12-OUART 'J'n>1nC Papep'COOLER '

'Erik, their neighbors, Mr.and Mrs. limit 2 while l v.a.r, : .,
Martin Meng,,Amanda, Joshua and ,Limit. l' aee.ls.N#OM ,,:,:-::--

Bryan of Crystal Lake: Mrs;.and r-trs. @ K-TEL
Joe'Men:Thomasvllle' ; Ga. and, : w0 999 RECORD ALBUMS ..
.. Meng and Michael! : 5x good a i" .
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Mr.and Mr Mike -.t--k w '
or. Pal4t11af; ,, .. 'and. : >! a f p' 9,*six or Mfft.MS.St CASSETTES, I,;: 'f-, 1 ,:, ':,'
Mr. and,.Mrs. Jinx Dunn TRCATMCNT '
daughters,Laura,Kristin and Melody 200'C': N;;
'cf Ocal .spent the,Easter weekend a|. RAiNTtlH I ; ,\
their Hampton', Lake property and, I .. PULSATING SP1K1SP9HNKLE OFF s/c i '" t. ''
visited friends In the area.,/ ,., '
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"Mr. ani)InS Francis Meng hostedBaateridhHier a,, .ral0.., lM I i ,, "
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CCN.OONII = CIGARSDAYWIiAMS
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Brooker Straight A's.... .

On the monkey bars: These '
students grades 2-3 made straight A's 1-'uriV ONE
for the fourth six: weeks. They are
from left-tc -rlghll! Amy Crews, Steve .
McLeod Chris Snow. Melissa ilislop ,
Stephanie Gainey Larry Parrlsh
Shondee Lewis. Josh Lewis and .
Larissa Scott.Pictured .

to the right are the first DAK ".K.BRAND GRILL MASTER ,, ";1 '' ,"
grade straight A's. Billy Ezzell and SMOKED ., '
Megan Pillow. CHOPPED SIZZLESTEAKS CHICKENSAUSAGE t' :

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Putting PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, APRIL 26 1 *
on J .1 */
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the Ritz.. '' -.' ,'
THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1984, 1 ,
The 1984 Junior-Senior prom is just

around the "Putting on the Ritz," says it all!I : .
The Juniors anticipate this to be one "M' 4 r FRESH' ',.'.
of the most extravagant proms yeti! ". J '
Definitely one the Seniors of 1984 will GREENBROCCOLI ;; ,,: ;.
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always remember! U.S.DA.QRADE A. 4 t LEAN MEATY TOP QUALITY, .' '. .
The setting for the prom will be different FRYERTHIGHS COUNTRY STYLE :, .'
because this year it will breaka 1 ,
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two year tradition of being held at OR '1rk w PORK RIBS '
Kingsley Beach. Instead it will be DRUMSTICKSFAMILY LARGE BUNCH
held at the New Armory on Edwards i a', / FAMILY SPT PACKAGES
SIZE PKG. '
road. This promises several advan-
tages such as air-conditioning and an -
all around better atmosphere. Prom 79
hours will be from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. 8 9 I ,.
J 1 Several events are scheduled to take
I' place during those hours. LB ,-p
i 1 Pictures are scheduled to betaken, .,..tM .
9 _. _. '. .f
as usual because will wantto .
everyone '
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remember the night. There will be LkS.D.A.TOP.CHOKE r ,y ; rS 1' F}'".' J.J' r.Aiw. "
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'iGREEW Co. "
plenty of dancing to a live band.And anew EI LS. CALIF. ROASTS '..-SUND.STE& sC !DA .. / "
tradition will begin as a King and .
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I 1 a Queen(Seniors only) will be electedfor U.S.D.A.TOPCHOICE .3LBBOX': SQUASH 3 $1'1" .
FAMILY SIZE PKQ. PUR8... 'TLS.
the
evening. I llT $599.
Invitations are now being issued at CHUCK STEWINO $199 u. I BRAND BUMMERS ., FRESH FLORIDA. .' 7, ,
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BEEP LB l .
f the High School in the attendancearea SMOKED OH POLISH r
before tchool, during lunch or LEAN FRESHLY FAMILY SIZE PKQ. CARROTS .2 a 59
$219'
see Mrs. Scott in the library. GROUND CHUCK $1 8* HILLSHIRE, SAUSAGE IB /
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The Junior Class, of the is
sponsor 2 LB BOX BREADED COOKED HEAT "'
LARGE STALK FLORIDASMOKED !
1984 prom has been very busy all CENTER CUT SERVE CAKES OR STICKS
year preparing for the prom. Junior $ GO $ *
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class president Rhonda Sapp, and sueD ... I MR. GLOUCESTER FISH .

Junior Sponsor Mrs.Olivia Scott have TENDER TASTY FRYING Boa CUPS RED SNAPPER..HADDOCK OR FLOUNDER .
put much time and effort as well as $ ?9' :
their exquisite taste into preparingthis CHICKEN LIVERS 2/59 FISH FILLETS. Sgr ... 1 "
prom.This will be the event of the '; '9..' "

year!!11! U.S.D.A.TOP CHOICEBONELESS 't'. .\". "
U.S.D.A.TOP CHOICE '..',
Student Forum... BONELESS 'SERVICE DELI/BAKERY I '

Any student interested'in having a CM.IORNIA' 'I'RE8HBAKmolUMllO'' '" ,-,
say-so in student government is invited CHUCK IN THH senvtceoeuBAKERY! -
to attend a student forum April STORES OM4.V KAISER
30 in the BHS library at 7:30 p.m. All ROAST STEAKS



:, Issues council opinions importance.your this will will is opinion also be the If heard bring place you on would these and up to some go.the like and student issuesof to other express I $,169 4 J I 99LB Ban 6/Sri: ;:;



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Just 6-Weeks to Go... : ."' ,

; BHS students have been taking six- PANTRY PRIDECOTTAGE BlQaMIATOREJra- $129 ,, 'M'' \:
4 weeks tests this week. $ '
\ Monday starts the final six-weeks of CHEESE' 139 GWALTNEY'SSLICED FRANKS $189' 1 :.:<. :.':,
i the 1983-84 school term. .
SLICED AMERICAN SINGLES SMOKED OR FlEQvMR. .
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New Schedule... i BORDEN $1 70c TURKEY, 0''$-I: 39' .. .:
CHEESE FOOD ,= 8NAST. OSCAR MAYER i I ": .. .j'f
i Principal Jim Duncan is already .
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PANTRY PRIDECREAM MEAT OR BEEF }
making plans for next year's class wm/M '
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O 'sucm' $178 mavoA7ATOlIa "' I." "
schedule. CHEESE 0,79, OSCAR AVER ,' t
FJ; HiCKENDlNrIIlR.1"" ;; ,
Talk is that the current 100-minute)( ." ,
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COUNTRY CROCK POTATOSALADOR- \ 'J. '
class
schedule will be changed ; I
somewhat to allow more 50-mlnute SHEDD'SSPREAD x989 I MRS.:KINSER'S ::=., =128 VWVFLMT1CF1 9999QOOOTHRU > ::
classes. Let Mr. Duncan or the other SPICY CARROT CAKE .) "
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;< administrators or a teacher know PANTRY PRIDE CHILLED FLA.ORANGE MILD:HOf: OR BEEFSUNNYLAND '

r,i what you think of the current JUICE, .$1 39 '=' $1... :

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5 schedule and suggest any changes ,
you think could I improve it. '

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TUC&MAY 1. 1 S4.DouNe '..6.. ,',
your dunces: to WIN'}13.000 and other! cash: prizes! 1R' ''.
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1 Among prize winners for placing .'." '
first in events were 3rd graders Faye \ '
I Cruze and Kevin Truett; and Donald II-3'.I.I49
Smith in the 5th grade, who received every tone you shopt : :!!ik. '.'
1 l gold medals. Silver medals and certificates n..&. ...S'ftMfroM1h: .. ,_ ,\ '
M ,QW and Nw Tcvomvnn, PANTJIIV n wt HOT uwt*OR "
) of merit were awarded to ODDS CHART 28*., .' .
t"r _:""r.\___ 'IHOsnaivdlnFuHColor HAMBURGER BUNS;'A ;
other participants. They all ap- '.. .VMn..Wrin.nEspedollyforChiIdreft ,
I coos ts..awapa7rlaa4.' = = ==: qqrn. .. ,
preciated the efforts of Brooker P.E. ,
I! Coach Rick EzeU and others who :-= n-., SS r Lt1,"** SSS 1.nu.,.. .SfftSRHXHE ,,.."..m. ,-,,,,,I.'re,"_:..'._ ;;;;:t..J.:'T- .='.:';-. f VOLUME:1 I. VOLUMES:H2 I AI'A r, ous' ROLLS .-". ":.ae' ..,..
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made the .I .
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1 day enjoyable. Issr =:z.--- .it'.. > ..
J May Field Day Planed ar S-ss K W::... ".:/,:0 ,.viz ir:: If; :.:::rwTM :7'-E-______ :. .'.69cOHU' I (mOUMMUff'FtNS... .. ., ._. 'I." .'., ,: j j0 ... ....,'
Children are looking forward to the Ire. f* tW 114 jMftv-sOftfl-'''> J :
Field Day being organized for them .....a DUNKIN 8TIX; ".S9! ':
on Friday May 4, at the school; A
variety of games and activities are. J I.
planned for 1 p.m. ti)3 p.m.Of special '
Interest will'be a gift shop where !! -9"w; '. ,. !.....,,.
t children will be able to purchase t ".. t' ,... ,... ,... I'.t,- '

,: Mother's Day or special friend gifts at 1 rf .1 II.LlGHTn-U'VELY' I 'I reasonable prices trom 10 cents to ; FfWTTOLAYFRTIO8, > '
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$$. OR ', ICE : 'Il'!ijC'I rFEB ,
Beginning at S pmthat day I I 1 ..H7a II 1''' ,' g.r' '1 I _
SllACKAII8I1J. Feq.KasoaL MBLK I I. ; .
barbecue chicken dinners will be IG ...
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for will continue IBoxUMTT.1 1 1 .. ,, I'I ,
$2 per plate.Serving '. 1\\
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satisfied. _
until all -
until 7:30 or are COUPON PCMfTEM. rrCM.0000 THMJ ---.f, I 1 < 1 "
Debbie Broome and Sallye Scegginsarc I .OOOO THMJ wm..MAYI: f II =:MAr aoaonsaa> I I .. w4 I : ; ,S ''
in charge of arrangements for L-.I Lrw ______J L_ rua.; J..L.--: ..I LI"I'L '
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th1a'pro jest Dinner tickets may be --""! .-,;-..... '! ." R.M JHL MR r4 : M Mr ?,' ', :.U ,'" :

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34 Earn Straight-A's at Lawtey Elementary... 4 ,-

The 34 students earning ,
straight-A' on their re purl cards for the fourth
weeks grading period which ended Mardi .4 are: ,3' .
First row /l I.r)
Melissa
: Bailey, Chrilltine
It..nJbar, Tory IIlInter, J'amll
Ilour'on
Randy ,
Second tow: Erika Kilby King P.J.and lIarrl8 Troy, Michael Lamont Hardee. Ruth Anile IIl\rrl.. r"'' 's" "

Third row: Charlie C'ews, Stacy lIoward.. ,
Mikel
Gasklns, lIarrldelle
lIalle,
Joni Griffis,
Rayo ,
Padgett
Stephanie Cox; OIrystal Greer. ,
Fourth row Matthew I,
Grlfrls, Shannon IrirWilkerson
Patrick, Darrell Harvey, Brandt
Audrey Massey ? '
Firth row: Kim Lee Kim Brewer, 4 '
Becker, Tammy Jo Tatum, VnllJsa King, Mlekl J
Bridgett flakier?J8son Pllch Mark Shuford, Dana Norman, Kim .
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By Larry Oglesby will play the winner of the District 7 ting-with: ':.439 average. Andy Chaff
act Sport Editor tournament Tuesday night for the is second 6n the BHS list' with an
C ._t After a first round bye Wednesday, regional championship. Sectionals average bf 386.Hall Wood is also over,
will be played Friday the .300's with a 340 "-"" '
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baseball tournament In Green Cove If Bradford wins the District 8 tournament "It's not a question of being afraid.
i Springs. the regional game Tuesday If we can just play normal ball, the '
ill .{r4" ,,', ,(,.{' { Ls'4 v BI1S will play the winner of the night.. wilt be played in Starke at 7p.m. pressure is going to be one other
Union High-Hawthorne game, beginning teams pays Hartley "We,don't
l at 4 p.m. Thursday. The Tigers Chip!we can blow anybody,out and we
and Hornets play In the first round Pitcher for the district opener for will have to play one game at a time."
." .... '. ", Wednesday.Winning the Tornadoes was still undecided at "This Is a one game thing and we
hrir { f, fl b the flip of a coin for the se- press time. BHS Baseball Coach Mike can't afford to loose," ''commented
,t ':\\1 . i { ,cBHS landed a first round bye The Indians chers. Should BHS have to. play in these tournaments.' .n
w ';,} 1 will play the winner of the Clay High- Union, Gerald Brown will pitch for Freshman relief pitcher Steve
Interlachen game at 1 p.m..Thursday. the Tornadoes. Brown is 3-4 at the Jones should be back in action for the
mound so far this season. But, should tournament, after suffering injuries
., l BHS have to play Hawthorne Jimmy earlier In the season. .
'S'f ''xy "'t w', The Tornadoes lead the pack with a Shoening will take the mound. Shoen- '"His doctor says he can't pitch a
1 r"w ,' ", IWJ perfect 10-0 record in district play. ing is 2-1 on the year. whole game, but could probably go in
: Keystone and Clay, each had 7-3 Richie Fender will pitch Friday in for three or1' four innings," says
records. Even though Clay scored the championship the Tornadoeswin Hartley "This could come in handy
more points that Keystone, the Indians Thursday. Fenderif is 3-2 on the during bull pen situations:"
-e was still seeded second in the season. The Tornadoes landed the first
tournament. Tornado leading hitter could round bye because of their district
Winners of the Thursday afternoon possibly be out of the game Thursday, record. In the final district game of
games will play at 4 p.m. Friday for depending on a doctor's check up the season, BHS beat Clay High 8-5
the district championship. Thursday morning.. and the game before that!..edged.
Winner of the District 8 tournament Francis leads the Tornadoes in hit Keystone 7-5. '. ,' .
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got a first round bye after being seeded "
number one for the District 8, :
Ff Class Keystone.2A tournament this week In 1982-83 Actual 1 ExpendituresFederal : ,

Above: Kelly Jackson makes It In
plenty of time during the first game ofa Revenue Sharing Fund Availability
1 yar double header against Keystone two

weeks ago. .,
The Lady Tornadoes finished All notified'tha ; "
persons are hereby : Federal Reyenuer
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mark. In regular' season play BUS Sharing Actual Expenditures for the 1982-83 Fiscal Year/'tor" :>.
13-5 and in overall finished f-
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JL L a Bradford girls Softball team. In' r'd.Q .bQns t of > WJfiJ' * ->l
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at 7 they win 1 a.m. : p.m. on Mondaythru Friday :
beginning p.m..11 Thursj- ; .> .., ... ,, ,
day night they will play in the championship :;'. .-".,
game Friday night at 7:30. .
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In the nrst' play 01 the Starke City Common 2-f-3. I' "'
Men's Softball league, there is tie horn Wright 8o3 with a Monday AprU.ILWa Woodchippers leading hitters: Hull STANDINGS Pep .403 043 14
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h, with :&-1 record., ,with two doubles., "with, triple' Williams 2-.)f-3. Bull 1.2 doubt.
Thursday, April 19 IWCI leading hitters: Hodges r2-of-4 Bandits 1-2 Chubs'leading hitters: Mulllns 3-of-4.

r STANDINGS with a triple. Goodge-ol-/ with a homer ;; Wednesday April'
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'' IWO 000 130 3 203. OIL SOI 031 3 16 Bulldogs 81* 300 03

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1 Teal Tile j24' With a double, Grenwald 2-of-3 with Tuesday April IT Olin leading hitters: Desue 4-of-4 with a ,' a double, "

Woodchippers ULWCI' triple.; Singleton 2.of-3. Slbl.y 2-of-3 with triple and two doubles, Colbert 3-of-4 Mavericks 231 003 Bulldogs leading hitters! -Moon 1-of-2

"( M o double T.e Tile 220 310 3 11 with two home runs, Reed 3-of-4, Carter Bandit 302 300 8Moverlck'l.adlng with a double. '

f Poly.. MWiMcaU LWCI leading hitters Curti 2-oM witha Wildcats 012 020 0' .05 2-of-4 with a triple. hitters: Carver" 3-of-4

": ,' 9-1 doubt. Teal' Tile leading hitters: Beggs 3-of-4 lawtey leading hitters: Rewers 2-of-3, with two doubles. Roebuck 3-of-4 With a Meverkfcs t2* 13
i Twins ( 0-2 Sibley 4-of-4 with three doubles, Gruenwald Audrey 2-ol-3 with a double horne run, Chub 008 tOO 00
i .... '.Iy 403 Ml .3 17 4-of-4 3-of-4 Mavericks hitters lof3with
; ;, with three doubles Norman Bandit leading hitters: Davis leading : Carver
( Wlldcets OOS 000 0 OS 4-of-4.. Woodchippers Oil 342" ,U with a doubt. lewis with a double.3lrstWeeil's a double, Abridge *-of3 with two
y Monday, April 23. Poly leading hitters: Hall 2-oM with a 1 6. Wildcats leading hitters: M. Brown Poly 000 001 001. doubles, Williams with a trlpl, Underhill

\I 'I' '. double Ratliff! 5'0'-5 with two doubles, 3-oM, Williams 2-oM with a homer:, .v Woodchippers leading hitters: Wheeler ; ,Play with a double. < *'
on.... 701 OM 10 Jameson S-of-3 with three doubles Hart /:3-of-4, Gain. .
Patrick; 3-of-4. '; 2-o-S., Cubbedge 2-of-3 Chubs leading hitters: Lewis 2-of-3.
f PI.Poly ? 201,102", 3-of-4 with. doubl : 7 with a double: L....,Bulls 023 043 12 ,

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t e 'doubt. Cameron 3-of-4. with a double.j 1- ,-3 with a double Massey.l-of-2.:, tawny 330 002''t'lord /., 'plcklnIOl'l2-o'-3. Bulls leading' hitters: Wilklson 201.3, Rengers' 110 090 02

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",..' ;" I Bandits leading hitters: Reddish with a l-of-3 with' a double

triple. ;. ,? p Rangers leading hitters; Klmutls, \Sown,
Glllenwoter with singles '

Mavericks 200 '603 OfBulldeg I''

r Men's Church in Tie : 031 010 0* Chubs 221 060 It
League Three-Way Mavericks leading hitters: ,, Roabuch. Bulls, ,JOt 020 OS

2-of-3 with a horn run. ', '. Chubs leading hitters: Bishop Mulllns.Polk .
,. ,. :"Bulldogs loading hitters: Douglas Uwls, Cubbedge with single.

203. lulls .leading hitters Adams 2-of-3 '
Three teams tied for the lead In
the Starke Men'a are New, River 050 230 13 Stars leading hitters: Crosby 3. '.S, with two doubles, Blankenshlp 3-of-4, Berry with. slngl. ]
Church Softball "
AtrpnV 000 921 12 Alvarez 4-of-5 with a doubt, Thornton Prevatt 3-of-4 with a triple and doubl. I
leagues after the first week's play New River leading hitters Grlffls 4-of-S Glbbs 3ofI.PIrs1M.thediet Air Park leading hitters: Hamilton witha '. "
1, Grace Baptist, First Methodist and 3-of-4 Phillips with a doubt double and horn run, Oliver 3-of-3 with '
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New River are'all tied for the lead Airpark leading hitters .Baker 3-of-4, (28)00) 01 2* a double. V i
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with perfect 3-0 records. Nettle' 3-0'-" with a double.; Nugent Ir.Stare 000 14Northsld 0 Dixie Minor ScoreboardSTANDINGS
r
Grace Baptist won the church. with'Q
I ;3-of-4 double. Tuesday, April 11 ,
round -- -- ..
league robin tournament the '
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142 010 :2 10 --
week before the season started.STANDINGS Thursday- -, April- H Air Park 100' 214 0 'OSNorthside First Methodist 7(13)2( ) 025 ,

I leading hitters: Rebels 2-of-4 Starke.Stars. 110. 20 04 1
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New River "014 801 1 ISNrmsM "I

,. 120 04S 0 12 Bulldogs; fadlng hitters: Chris.' Snow- i
Grace 3-0
I f New River leading hitters: Phillips '' with three and Hamilton with two. Snow
First Methodist 3-0 3-0'." with two doubles, O'steen 4-of-S. Indians : 4-0 was winning pitcher I,
New River 3-0 Sermons 3of5. Bulldogs z.. I i

I i t, Smyrna ...zI North.lde'leading hitters: Hlllord and Rangers :. ,. 02Phillies Thursday, April 1.1Indians : I
Northside 1-2 Cox with doubles. b :' *"3
I i Starke Stars 1-2 v t'
I J-*. *. \J 840 0(12) 21 )1
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''f f Park \ v
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' Smyrna SOS 08 16 ResultsThursday 'Bulldogs" : Oil 00. 02 ; )
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,, Jr. Stars. ,, ,. ., Mj Jr.Stars 002 00 02 Indians leading hitters: Pravatt ;2-of-2
Smyrna 'leading hitters: Norton 3-oM } } .,April IBIndians with a horn run Flood 2-of-3 with doubt

j Result* with two doubles and a triple. Trainer '""' ," '' *. .-- .;
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with a horn run, Pebral with a doubl. iii1f! : I 125'$0 14Phillies Bulldogs leading hitters: L.wis with a

[ Tuesday, April 23 and trlpl.. 'I' r 000.. 33 '06 double,. Snow 3-of-3. '

'. Jr, Stars leading hitters: Thorpe l-of-2, Indians r: leading hitters;' .Rodrlgei.,
f First Methodist 600 008 22. with a,double.Grec Green with singles, Tuesday. April 18Indians I
Norttisld 106 050 '12 Phillies leading hitters Douglal'. with a,

Methodist. leading hitters Alday 3-of-4. 183 24 17 .triple! Olive Sapp with singles. .496 ,19Phillies

Mundorfj 3-of-3 with'a' double" Prevott. Alrrk 101 00 02 323 08

" 4-of-5 with two doubles. Green 3- f.S. Grace leading hitters:, Johnson 3-of-3 Tuesday April IT Indians Lading hitters: Crawford with a.

T Northside leading hitters: Cubbedge with a trlpl. Nanvorth 2-of-3. double Prevotr 2-of-3 with ,a double.. I
I 3-of-S with a home run. Chitty 3-oM Cox Airpark leading hitters Alvarez 2of3with Indians (11)24 (10)3) 30 Fisher with a doubl

i 2-of-4 with doubt. :! a doubt Hamilton 2-ol-2. P 'f 1Io".re. 012 02 Phillies leading hitters Powers with a
Indians leading hitters Green 4-of-4. double '

1 Grace m..02 Monday April. Prevatt 3-of-3 with a double. Torknett

Ir.h.ass 300305 0 10 : "\" 2-of-3 with a triple. .' Bulldogs 18

Grow (fading hitters: Naxworth -o'-5 Gila SOl 470 2 24 I\, "#' Rangers.leading hitters: Prevail ,-0..-.. Renters 07
I with a doubt, McCMIan\ 4-of-4'with q Smyrna 001 220 .; OS ; I I .\ ","hf Bulldogs leading hitters: Steve Bailey "
home run and double Johnson 3-of-4 with Grace Warren 3-of-S ".,11"4-'' ', t. Bwliaege. 16 with home run, Hamilton with 3 hit and ,
leading hitters .
I odoubl<\!Jh fJ(4W3Jof-4.2 on 1'1 .,.Ut JwmV, 'lrjpW( JohnsoVi !3-..-> with a dou-( <" d' PhII1... 10, Crawford with fwok v I ,... !I.;>MV I i iJ

... Jr. S g 1 1itare Slpel.pk4-a 1 "4.r11y4C. Joluw. .Uw''""' harft.-, fl3ofd ', f,.,Do1fL, M' : :. .,:..,;.:. ,, :.: ''. .' ,:" '....:. :.::.:.., J a r.-i'i' /E ,:, <.w '1r1.' '. ,"' .,,, ,.) ,
tT1ActIi4,2Ar' toAJ1Gvt
with'" two dou"IItt.U 'l.J hJ .;; !; : 'wllh-a'double; Dlcondlo 3-of-4.-; > : "I'fII'f r. s n'iu.M4dr4i twrswlwrnor, '" ""f',

t i Smyrna' leading hitters: Searla 2-of-3; Softball and T-ball registration has started and will end May 18. Ii

; SterltaSters, 024 403 0 13 Olive\ 2-of-2 Broughton 2-of-2. Age determining date is June 11,19 4. T-ball ages are 4-6, small fry 8-8, I
1 Smyrna 002 ISO 0 06 and Jr. Softball ages 9-12.

', Stars leading htttersr Carrot 3-o-. New River 060 731 0 17 Above young players from last year get involved In the'action. If you want

;;i John 3-oM with a triple. Stet r SNare 302 016 2 14 your child to have the fun and experience, contact the,Recreation Department -

, Smyrna>> leading hitters: Tralnor Soft, New, River leading hitters: Barton ,
> Olive with a double. Willis Searl 2-of3 3-of-S Cain with a horn run. Roster Sign up at the Old Armory on US-30t during regular working hours and at

I, Davis 3-of-3. 2of3.Legal the St. Center at 3 .
Pratt p.m. -
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,
titious name of SANDPIPER : County Florida, Continental Telephone days after the alleged NOTICEOF Award will b*made to NOTICE

NoticesIN IMPORTS/ and to pursuant to the provisions Company of the ,South- discrimination or by INTENTION the lowest responsible OF INTENTIONTO
; engage In business under of Section 865,09, Florida has filed with the such. later data to which .J.Q REGISTER Bidder. A )list of .Ih* REGISTER

that fictitious name with Florida Statutes. Federal Government a the Secretary of FICTITIOUS NAME necessary materials Is FICTITIOUS NAME
THE CIRCUIT Bradford County a principal place of The Interest of each Compliance Assurance Agriculture or the Rural available at the Com

COURT OF FLORIDA Florida.: Said property' business at Highway 30T party In the business has In which It assures the Electrification Administration Pursuant to' Section munity Development Office Pursuant to Section
t""4 EIGHTH JUDICIAL else described as per North Starke; Florida follows\ : KEVANIE Rural Electrification Ad- extends the 869.09, Florida Statutes, In the City Hall 863.09 Florida Statutes,

:' CIRCUIT IN AND' survey ,. of Patrick B. 32091.: CORPORATION 100". ministration. that It will time for filing. Identity of notice Is hereby given Stark., Florida 32091. notice is hereby giventhat
f FOIIlRADFORD Welch ?Registered Land DUDLEY' P. HARDY PAA Doted ,ot Daytona comply fully with all requirement complainants will be that the undersigned. CITY COUNCILOF the undersigned Er-

COUNTY. FLORIDA Surveyor 42714, as ?' By: John H. Jones, Beech, ''Florida this Sib of Title VI of kept confidential exceptto Franklin C. M. lion 3317 THE rol J. Brown, !f.O. Box
I. CASENO.83444CAEMPIRE follows: Beginning Of the ; Esquire Of Cousel day of April. 1984. the Civil Rights Act of the extent, necessaryta N. Temple Ave., Stark., OTY OF STARKE 487. lawtey, Florida
! Intersection of the Northerly '.. P.O.. Drawer 1030, KEVANIE CORPORATION 1964-and the Rules and carry out the purposesof Florida 32091 sole FLORIDA 32038, IOI.own.r. doing
I, OP AMERICA boundary. of the ((904)964-5701) 8yjjQhflE.JVUIIer.Jr.! Regulations the, the Rules and Regular owner doing business I tchg 4126 business' under the firm
J FSA a corporation existing right of way of State t, Attorney forRegistrant Its President and Department of tlons. under the firm name of name of CARRI8EAN
'
,,. under the ,laws of .Rood 20O-B with th* Dir.ctar41911ch9510 Agriculture\ V Issued ltchg426IN SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTEL. -- REMODELER AND
the United States. PMnttff \ Easterly boundary b1Tth* 4/1941chg lOr thereunder to the end Hwy 301 ,N.. Stork., 4UILDCR intends to
of of.State that no plno" In the ..-- Florida, Intends to IN THE CIRCUIT
right way said fictitious
register
'
.........
VS- \Road 200 for a point of NOTICE United States shall on registersaid fictitious COURTEtGMTH name under the

SAMMIE MCCUTCHEN, beginning" ; them;*! _run_ NOTICE ,the ground of roc, color THE CIRCUIT name. 'undr the. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT aforesaid statute.
JR., and VELMA LEE MC North 31-OT30"' East Because of an action for' INTENTIONTO or national origin b* COURT OF THE aforesaid statute OF FLORIDA Doted this Sth day of
CUTCHEN.. .his wife. along sold Easterly boundary dissolution of marriage, OF REGISTER excluded from participation EIGHTH JUDICIAL Dated this 9th. day( of AND FOR April. A.D., 1984. In
GERALD W. MEYERS and a distance of 99.47 CHARLES BARRY FICTITIOUS NAME In, be denied the CIRCUIT, IN AND April A.D., 1984; In BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County.
SHIRLEY. M. MEYERS his feet to a concrete monument NICHOLS w'll' not be benefits of, or be otherwise FOR BRADFORD Bradford County. CASE NO.8102' ""2 4tpd S/CXI
wlf.... and GENERAL thence run Northee"13'S2" responsible for debts I Incurred Pursuant Section subjected- COUNTY FLORIDA 4/124tpdS/03

BUILDERS INC., OF : East a distance by : Ih.-: 863.09 Florida, to Statutes .discrimination, in, 'the CASENO.84181CAIN -- CIVIL ACTIONIn .-.....
GAINESVILLE, a' Florida feet thence run Nichols or else, conduct of Its program
of 225 ; anyone
Corporation Defen- notice Is ,hereby given and the _- of Its RE: The Marriage of Re: The Marriage of
South 09-S6-48" East a as of April 16, 1984. that the undersigned oparatl PUBLIC! NOTICE IN.THE CIRCUIT
PATRICK MICHAELS
dam.. ,' 6f facilities. Under this OBELIA LORIANNE ,
distance of 68 feet to the > 1/1921pd// Alan Huteheson, 1148 COURT OF
Northerly boundary of V \ ,' Clark Street Starke. 'A..ur.nce.,:;*;,' this DAVIS. The Bradford ECIA. Husband BRADFORD COUNTY
and
NOTICE OF SALE Road 200-B '- organization Is committed Wife Petitioner. FLORIDA
"
said State ; Florida 32091 sol.' Chapter I Applicationwill BRENDA FAYE '
'South not .to,'dlicrltnlnot :land be CIVIL ACTION
thence run NOTICE business written April
doing
Notice Is hereby given. along the owner against any parson' on GLEN AIKEN DAVIS, MICHAELS. WifeNOTICE NO..IS3CA
West
8SMT50" .Of INTENTION under the firm name ofQIF 23-May 31, 1984. H you
that pursuant t. Supplemental boundary ef the ground of race, color Husband, Respondent.
Northerly TO REGISTER T.j have, a suggestion forth
jAS'ANDWHOLESALE
OF SUIT'IIIOPEJtTY '
Final Judge State Rood 200-B. a FICTITIOUS NAME CO.;. Trar ''or national' origin In Its *' application would NO In He: The Marriog Of
ment of Foreclosure policies and\ practicesrelating NOTICE Wite.
GLORIA
distance of 286.81 ft to Clark Street, Stark.. you pleas* contact: BROWN.'
entered In CoM Number the Point of Beginning.Together .. Pursuant: to Section' Florida 32O91. Intends to to,I,applications' OF ACTION The Bradford ECIA. TO "PATRICK .6'. and
S3-444-CA. In the Circuit with the f for service or any ether, ; : MANCY BROWN Jr.,
OHte
;; 663.09'Florida Statutes sold fictitious Chapter ,,1 the
register MICHAELS, address
Court ef Florida: April and 'practicesDelating TO GLEN AIKEN "
"policies Husband
>
following personal pro-, notklshereby\ OMen under the School Board of Bradford
name unknown.
I will sell the to treatment ofbeneficiaries' Address Rl, 2.
DAVIS :
12. 1984. '
party: Range of Counter' that th. undersigned aforesaid statute. County; 582 N, ,Temple YOU' 'ARE HEREBY
situated 'In and 471-8 Asheboro
property ; Top Unit Refrigerator Stev Cubbedg.' 1317 partkipants Box Avenue, Stark., Florida NOTICEOF
; Dated this ltth day ofApril 27203. NOTIFIED that an action
Bradford Including N.C.
County.Florida. ?
and carpet In bexJrooms.at St. rate. 3209K Phone '(904)' ACTION
Blending Stork, Ft .
A.D.
1984.. In ,. for dissolution of marriage
described as:' onj"e"it. youIE\ NOTIFIED .
'tgnd ions
sal. to the n-
public 32091, sole owner,doing Bradford County.: 9644800 (Ext. 27)* has been' filedagainst
Beginning at the intersection highest end best bidder business under the firm .1OfI': of service,;use of that an action for Itchg4/26i; TO: MANCY BROWN,
.4/26 4tpd 9/17. "' and
of the" Northerly for cash at the door of, name of CUBBEDGS'S Bny"of( Its facilities: ? attendance Dissolution of Marriage 'I" 1 you you are, Jr., Residence Unknown.
off theo the Office of the Clark of REMODELING! a CABINET ": at 3 and 'par'tlclpatlonifiln has been filed against .-.-, required of written to serve defenses a copy YOU ARE; NOTIFIED
right way StateRoad the :: you and you are required your that on' action for
the Circuit Court .f SHOP. 1209 .N... TempleAv.nue.Slarke any
200-8 with the Bradford County Caurt -' Fl NOTICEOF .*."Ings <};$: j,. ,, of to serve a copy, of your CDBG-FY: '82'PROGRAM If any to It:on the plaintiffs \ DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

.Easterly. boundary of the thous*. In Stark t, ,32091 Intends ;;, to INTENTIONTO beneficiaries; and par< 'written defenses to It. if art OF STARKE, 41 and 1 f 4ort''oddraII 6y* whoa.name I+a has been filed.
riots of 'WG'I. of ,U.S.Hlghw.y' <" Florida.' : at the hour of register said fictitious REGISTER tlclpants of the exercise' any on the Petitioner,: FLORIDA i ee>, and you are required to"
\ 'P. P.A.,
Dudley Hardy.
.301 (else 11:00'.m. local ,time, names >under ; the FICTITIOUS NAME of any ..rightsof such ,ttU.uA.. ..1QRIANNI 'serv* 'a ''eeVY of your-

known es flat Read 200,,; .May 3. I,..., ,' aforesaid' statute.;, beneficiaries x and formerly known 01 DATED this 16th day. of Dated this 17th day of Pursuant to Section In the conduct Past Office Box 132. that the City of ,tart... ((904) 964-3701 ;and file to It en petitioner *
t Statelload 13)) (or a paint AprU A.0.1904. April;A.D.. ,1904 In Bradford 863.09. Florida Statute, of the operations of this Brooder. Florida 32622. Florida, will receive the ,original ,with : the GLORIA BROWN.. P.O.
ef beginning: run thence. GIUIfRT, S. sitowN'tlerkoth. County y jrf notice ta h.r.by'ghten. organisation." ',*:.\"" On' or before June S,, sealed bids in 'th* City clerk of the above styled Box 13 Lawtey. Florida
'''North SlWSO" East ./141fpd5i. that the .undersigned; Any p.r'DI'who 1984, and file the 'Council 'Chambers. City before 32098. an or before May,
along the sold Easterlyboundary OreuH Court Jacquelyn Hill'* '.0. ,ball_ himself rj.*'.any original with the Clerk of Hall Stark.' Florida' 31 court 1984 en or" .otherwise May a'luda.ment 17. 1984,, and file the

*f U.S. By BeuWh Moody ,--1: Box 361, .Stork,: Florid/ specific clos* -, of In. this Court either before 32091,until 7:00 P.M. on ; mayb.' original with the clerk of
Highway 301 distance '. Deputy dork NOTICE I 3201.! sole owner; doing dividuals., to I, be:; subjected service on the Petitioner May. 'IS. 1984.. tft" 'entered against tor this court either before
*t 99.47 ft to'. concrete 'IUlq. 6 .OF INTENTION business under the firm'' ( to this: organization ''or immediatelythereafter. 'materials .necessary forth the ,relief demanded yu 1ft service on petitionerar'knm.dtately ,'
monument thence 1 C nam- of J.J.'s DATING ''to dislrlmination'prohibited .'Otherwise e thereafter';'
completion 2.500
fun North 8T2810East ". TO REGISTER SERVICE PO,, loX 361 by Title VI of Default will be entered. feet* at All the complaint" or peti' otherwise (udgement
of 235 feM NOTICE! 'FICTITIOUS NAME t and the Rules for the relief water proin. ,tion.; will b entered for the
I. distance Stork. Florida 33091 In. the Act against you bids .will 'b* publicly'' WITNESS hand and *
South OP'S1'East .'Of INTENT ; Regulations Issued demanded In the ,.tI- my relief demanded In she
Ihenc run tends to register\ said tic.tltioes road aloud and''
opened. th seal of sold
NOTICE Is Court ,
hereby en '
a dlstanc of 68 feet' TOKGiSTEff name under th*' thereunderm.y.:) by "*". recorded. 36 1901.GILBERT, petition.'
to said NortherlyI' FICTITIOUS: !: .Mr given that If)*undersign* aforesaid statute himself or'a\ representative. WITNESS my hand and Bids shall be deliveredto ) April S. BROWN.As WITNESS my hand and ,
Read 300,8ith ed KfVANIE CORTOftVTION file Cwtttv: 'th Seal of this Court on the seal of Court ,l
dory of State ... Dated this,19m day oApril. << the the this an
.n<* ,run S.uthMis STATE OF \FLORIDA desiring to ensjee ffcttMMM ;' .. A.D.., |9'4t In. Secretory this the 23rd.. day of'' CommunityDevelopment Office In' dork of. ..wI4Nrt,. April 3. 1984. .
i In business under the ,, Bauloh
By: Moody
.. tho (;QUN'ftOf .
4er Ntsbrurtofw 'Bradford Couft'Y..J': at1I"'N.W..hlnQlon. ,April, the City Hall Stark., GIlbert Brown
: ... ,T.,. : As Oerfc
........... \ 11 Celtjis r1w Co.' 40B Hrm 4( ..,...Y.1?' 'or the AsCIrko< the Court: Florida 38Q9llthr bye Deputy Clerk of th*Court
.. eii0 ,pnOflffto & 'WRLIMt6'' at Sian.'Adml.trotIon.; GiLBCRTS. BROWNBy representotlv el the I26gS1T IYa'Cf1O

: ......of".It fate to I hereby give notice that Peninsula' Bash, Drive.Doytona Aor...... .......--: ....w..hlt'fl\Oft. ..C 30390.'or. : BeslahMoody,426kryhg1rk7 1Ndd. uA wno> shall obtain, -.: \ : N.iB
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to'' register i
"he In. '
#trektlEbk this" ora* fc o ton,' orall //
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t..1..k therefore, by'
1 ,, receipt or
ClenV of th OrJ 32O18, Inlands' .toregister' ,
\
me "
:=, 'cult'wtm' Court",for Bradford ( Milt .flcmieu AA'Sf A .. a compiOJBk wrmtejMsvfciint.Such .must be. ,.. registered meal withreturn'receipt '" ,.\ "., .' ": ,,!,' I

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., : :Brief@\ t.u Meet Set ,'(' ,I
"" District Friday.i
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f{ Tough competition J' faces Bradford 't eb'ror' the relays': > -
Lawtey Cubs Win Second Game. .s" rik High Trackttfcra Friday when Loper says the best bet for the atria
r ., t they travel to the, University of team will foe in the spring medley
I', Lawtey Cubs marked up their second win of the young< season,beating Florida for the district track meet. relay. Members of that team are Pat
MandTile n 72. First and second placers from each Barber, Sylvia Green, Michelle
The Cubs also dropped a game to the Reddick Express 31.- event will then travel to the state Ktmutls and Cheryl Bogle They have
I I I''i Saturday, April 28, the CUbe take on Mandarin at 3 p.m. at the Lawtey track May S. the second! beat time I in the district for
; Recreation Center, then Sunday travel to Newberry for another 3 p.m. BHS Track Coach! George Loper the spring medley relay. "
'hi 1 game. . thinks Bradford's best chance for going Loper My the stronger teams In
: ; ,f h into state,competition will be in the district are Father Lopez, .
i' k 1 1J
i the relays. Chiefland and Santa Fe. '
i'i.i. Carnival Set.... y 'The boy's team has a good chancein Personal strong prints on the boys ;;
Tournament
all the relays ana the girls are team will be Alan Stokes in the discus
'f The y mon'a church league,tournament and a spring carnival Friday and Saturday Sylvia Green Carol hueD, Cheryl Eddie Tennant and Willie Wright in
i April 27 and 28. .. Bogle and Klmutls'' ,will the two mile run. i> v' '- %. ,i'. "
In the tournament, there will be six teams playing the double elimination t make up the )tlChell"t') team. Loper is Preliminaries will begin at t'pm.!'
games. There will also be a bent.run derby. All day Saturday, there will b* keeping the Om the long 'and finals will start around 3 p.m. ,I II
a spring "Family Fun Day" carnival featuring a dunking booth, sponge distance events In hopes to keep.. them Field I I events will begin at 11:30: a.m;. 11
throw, clowns and clown faces, fish pong, balloon throw, ring toes, bean bag f' i ,,1.
throw, pony rides,,and a puppet show. I 'WTornadoes
A special feature will be a country store. There will also be fried chicken
dinners concessions\ and homemade ice cream. '
The public is encouraged to come out and support this worth cause at the .5th & 6th i

Edwards Road sports complex. All proceeds will go to a mission project the i" .. '"--. .. .>- '
Involved in. 'I.
youth are ,
1 There will be prizes and trophies awarded to the winner ;1

I ': At Chi fland Invitational:

Fitness Host \. .. .
Center t6 Run.... ,
i Bradford High girls and boys 120 high hurdl.t; Hill 18.84.. ,I
The Bradford Hospital Health and Fitness Center has scheduled the Bradford Alan Stokes Winds Up for Discus Throw tracksters placed' fifth and sixth, 110 Yard dah. : Sftuil) ; 10.26,
Fitness Run for Saturday, May 12. The run is co-sponsored by the :respectively at the C efland invite, 6)B) .!lomy,10.36. '', .
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hospital and Is offered in conjunction with National pltal Week. tional Track'meet lasif Wednesday. 'Mil* Hurti: STnnont') 4S8,. Hontwraon, ;
A one-mile run run is scheduled for 8:30: p.m.. First through third place The girls took fifth place with 39 526.: ; Coopor 5:.... ,
awards will be given and all finishers will receive a T-shirt.'The one mile run points and the boys sixth with 40, 440 yard ruby: 5)BHS) -HIII, Jocfewn. ',
will start and finish in front of the Fitness Center.A points.School. Hampton, .. tan ..5.. 1,
5K ((3.1 mile) run is set for 9 a.m.:Awards will be given to the first place A finished In the following -440 yard dark fltu..n') 50.JS. '1
overall male and female winners and first place age group winners. In addition order la'the girl's events' Hamilton 2)Bllamy31.50/3)SarMlrSt.eo.) ) '
to the individual awards family combined-time awards will be County 74, Intel.chen "C9, Jefferson 330 Int. hurdles:'Hill 43.49.: ",
presented to the first and second place winners. All 5K registrants, will County 58, ChiefUnd 54, Bradford 39, 880( run McKinney) 3:10.9.
receive a Bradford Fitness Run T-shirt. WlUiston 35, 'DIxie 'County' 13' and 220 dotht 2)Sandr) 23.13. '' '",;
Entry forms are available at Chubs, BH Health' Center. ,, Starke, Recreation Trenton 8. ; Two'\' mil., run: Wright ::S.,5r STn)\ '1;
Department, or call 954-4210. Boy's teams finished In the following ,nonf 11:34: Coopw 13.30, |
... Entrjr tee-for,both races: la $5. _, ___. -. order; Intelachenj 110, Jefferson ''Mil. 'Mayi' SIHS.Mclelnn.SancIeri.) 4
'County, 64, Chlelfland a, Hamilton ..llam) ; Rus: .ll 3:33.02: ?\ >, .". -. '

County 58, Dixie County 49, Bradford "
+ ,40, Williston) 8 and
Trenton 5.
Local, Gymnast Places at Regional.;. ; r "We did some experimenting with BUS Girls Results -t

.' Stephanie O'Steen of Starke, participated In the Regional Gymnastics some of the runners to get ready for Shot put: GrMm 27'8, Mann'23'J.3.
held at Memphis State University, April 20-21. the district meet"says Loper. .We long |ump: Grn 12"*./ ,, > 1, -
mite regional meet included the top Class; 1 girls from eight southeasternstates. had some good limes '.In the 100 and 110 law Kurd. ).*: 6)HaIl2O.77.) Denmark
Stephanie placed second on the balance beam and 10th on the vault. t'r and 440 with the spring group. Paul 20.91. ,
She finished 12th all-around In the meet in the 12-14 age group. -. McKinney's 880 time and, place was 100 yard doth: 5)Grn) It 94. '. ,,
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Stephanie has also qualified to compete in the Florida. Sunshine State ? uu ulrb ;;, one of the highlights.! Mile run: 1)Bogl. 6:06.99,,: "'' ,
Games to be held this 440 doth: 6)Monn) 70.... I '
summer 330 Int. hurdlr 1)Fustll) 2:40,73, .,
r BUS Boy's Results: '
4 .> ,! MIL mdly relay: 2J8HS-) Hall, Groan,,.

Softball T-Ball Registration.... Shot rut: S'ok. < : 33'6. Htl Two mil. run Mann 14:20.16.::
Softball and T-ball registration has started and will end May 18. -, -s___ 'r. Lone lump; 6)1.lIom) 5LDiscus. \V, Mil relay:, 4)BHSr) : G...* Fu.tU, >

and Age Jr.determining Softball ages date 9-12.Is June.1884.T-ball' ; ages are 4-6" ,,/,", ,small. fry, 6-8, ., crdll"aw a x 4 .Stok.. I1W. Pa.Ilmset I orb, Bool.,.KImutlt.' 43411.: --_-.-- ,

Sign up at the Old Armory on US-301,during regular, working. hours and.at Eric Lane Finishes in 100 yard dash.
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Black Bear Study Continues..,. .

The Florida black bear will once: again be receiving special attention this tl6I1UAttNAPfJENIIQ spa Ing from biologists of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis ,
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sion.In the coming months wildlife biologists will be attempting to capture at SUNDAY'10.5 U$ 301 South Slirte QS4-4S42 :

I least ten bears in Baker and Columbia county area. ,CJt ,-. .... ..
.The captured bears will have radio transmitting collars attached around Sifts .for Meffe .: ;
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their necks in an effort to learn more, .about the bears habitat needs,.range j .'."
I and seasonal movement. THOMAS mo; PIIITSparburator i 'Hoof.warw Sdparffnant. ,: :

I This' Is a continuation of* project' *started" last' spring' I and'" will" I continue'""' ,for ; ',1 \. "_!'.. .er...." "' ".r \l.a3 A 1';.""i ,
the next three to nveyearavr ,
Currently, biologist have two bears equipped with the radio transmitting \ CrHis .
I collars which can be monitored> from as far as five miles away. -.' '; a 681.9 Mole 10 H]
"So far we have found that bears tend to be less active in the winter than NOLLV aB1 ..
other times of the year;" says Dave Maehr, wildlife research biologist. 1 ,t CricketBait WoodEatar
"Also, the bears we are monitoring have a range of 50 to 75 square miles .. .
and stay in heavily forested areas," he said. RiCh Performance -
Black bears are found In 43 of the state's 67 counties, however Baker and : ,
Columbia counties, as well as the Apalachicola. National Forest support the ,4I95 91R"
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",t":; ;j' horn run*. \ ,, ' $3411' $14'91 For Beds .
Results ,;,,:" .,, ," Dodger* loading hit..,*: Tucker. -of-3 .BldaNs. Headers, '
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fJ. .! : typical looking, wild west wagon train made its way through Clay Brad-

': f'.ifl". ., a .r t ford and Union counties recently, but.not, without some notice and plenty of
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'., ."ii! home base in Pennsylvania. 1 ; .
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,It, rw 5 Heights, camping overnight at a prearranged camp. site, Camp Crystal just
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t :,., 4 was learned by closer observation and by talking to the wagon master

S that this wagon train, called Vision Quest, is quite different from the wild west
t wagon trains of the past.

I Vision Quest 1s just that. It Is a search'for a better way of life for many
young people who have found themselves on the other side of the law.
The Vision Quest wagon train is one step in a three part court sanctioned j
program that gives young people the opportunity to make and take a new and .
better direction In their fives, : 5
"It's a treatment program," said Tony Zasa'', the wagon master with Vision

Quest for the past five years. "The kids\ are '
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f (; The wagon train aspect of the program, as explained by Zasals the second "
step in the program the first beingwhat. they call the Wilderness\ Program.


Learning Responsibility.Zasa .. ; ',

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sl SI q : responsibilities of caring tend taking care of their own animal or animals in
n .rat addition to learning how to deal with his or her particular problem.
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."They earn the right to an animal," said Zasa- 'They walk the first week,"
adding that if the youth falls in his or her responsiblitles, that animal Is taken

away from them and they are walking'again. ,
Zasa says the youths learn to love their animal and know that it will. not turn
M7 r on them" as other loved ones have in their course of life. ..
During the third phase of the program,. youths (never, referred to as ,
Juveniles) are placed in a home atmosphere' Zasa stated. Time spent on the
wagon train depends on the individual and his or her progress in dealing with
their particular problem. Each young person put into the program through
the courts is required to spend a minimum of one year in the Vision) Quest program I

said Zasa. .
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The national program, based in Franklin, Pa., is licensed with different(
states including F.orida. Zasa pointed out that the majority of their youth in. .

the program, 7a percent;,come from Pennsylvania >l '. J>& 'r: 4 .
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I Zasa said that seven out of 10 kids that complete. this Vision Quest pifogram.are ,
1u V VN Vw i r not re-institutionalized which he says is a good average
The program also includes division that works, with the parents of, the
youths while they are away'on the wagon! train.
Zasa says many of the young peoples problems begin in the home;He said

problems range frpm,physical and sexual abuse tq ,Just,having poor role
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Saver* Dancing... Beginning In May uar. dancing will be h.ld the second and W"ghtwotche ault... I.te'ng' held In Starke on Monday nights 016:30 p.m. Call "
f 'fourth Thursdays of each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge In Stork, corner of Peggy Register 1-264-4135 for more Information. County planning a special iH 12:00, to 1:00: .. Lunch n '
Call and Orana* St. Caller !I. Jim Duncan. Visitor w.lc_. Malnstraam dancing. 4 ... :J, Events and Rally Day u be 1:00 to 3:00Games" ,, ,(Softball

Melrose, T.O.P.S. Th. weight'reducing club meet* each Tuesday at 9:30: a.m. at the on Saturday April 28; at the Volleyball, Sack- Race, Qne-Le IJ.
J.Ube OlnW... will b* ofl.rd by th. Bradford Hospital C.ntr lor Health and Ellam Baptist Church In Mdr.... ji' .A... .Agriculture Building, In Starke.(next ,Race).:lndoor. games will be playedIf '
FI"' ... on W.dn.sday.v.nings from 6:30 to 7:30: p.m. starting April 1 1 and ending : ,II't,. \,'' tr* the fairgrounds).; This :will be a' bad weather persists, .
Moy 2, Fee I.$8 for Center Member, $10 for non-m.mb.rs and Includes a tot. bog. Single/ Club... a singles/ clubs being formed In Mocclenny; \ for the purpose of having very sp we wlllave This is just1one'way' :" of how 4-H

Call 944-4210 to register.Aeretlc wekly or monthly g.t-tog.th.r. and _function./ .. A weekly danc. I* being held demonstration'. competition the :works for 4-H'ers in Bradford County.
on each Friday. night at th*) Women' Club;'located two .blocks/ south of the traffic ) morning and fun and games in the If are interested in Joining 4-H,
you
CUnse.. will be offered from 4-5 and 5-6 p.m.. Monday and .. afternoon. Here's schedule
Wednesday light on Sth ..... t, _} a of what: -call the 4-H office at 964-6860 ext. 22.
.Friday 19 through May 11. Classes are sponsored by the Bradford Hospital Center For more Information on'trie club and _lo/"enl./ call Viola. Risk at 12594784. will happen: : \ : -- 4-H is open to all without regard to
for Health and Fltn....Classes are fr.. to comprehensive members and$2 per class 8:30-12: noon Demonstration Con)
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for the public. Call 94-4210 to register Aerobic Classes or* being offered Intake IUII.r- petition,. '. race color, sex or national. "origin."''
on Monday and Thursday after, ( .. .. w v,.. : .
noon at 30 In J .l .. .yI
; p.m. room 126 of Union County High School. Also In Stark on y' "'9 'I'v ... ,
Annual. ....Shaw... The Jacksonville ROM Socl.ty Invites the public to attend Its Tu.doy.012 p.m. at St. Mark Episcopal Church. Call 964-5078 for Information ; l'''..' .Pk'-'I-I':,, ,..; TO\I";, [\\1'J(' d'-" .
30th Annual Rose Show on Saturday April 28th from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.and on Sunday, r.; ; ,1."'11 ,.1.' "QU'ARtr4IW1TEb.' ., 'J. :.
April 29 from 13 noon to S p.m. at the Jacksonville Garden Center, 1003,Rlversld Keystone Nlghtowl. Night version of Hommokr. Club meet second Tuesday ".. .A .,..r.I "'h''' 'f \'r.r'i., : .nl!. .' ',.:t,., L"i' L\\ (

A_.. of .ach month. at 7:30: p.m. at First Baptist. Church In K.yston. \ > .f" 'Ar.SPfCIAt: :" :: l' ,,,"'f .,It /" ';': :-
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RoM Show will feature thousand of bloom' from local rose gardens In competition Keystone Heights Bey Scout Troop lOS meeti at Keystone's United Methodist Church l ./ I
In both horticulture/ categories a* well as artistic arrangements.Trinity each Tuesday night from 7:301 p.m. ;' *, ; ri ( ?f1.. fl :Jj I, .
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I 'Houi. :" *..*. gay Scout T/.ap/ 70 meets from' 76:30* hut'behind : >"x J ::4 l H:!:_OUITY EVENTS.Rt'lL. YI-DAyt ';: '
." ..: ..1 Church... Meetings held each week In the Porrlih Includ.: : p.m..such Tuesday. In the coot : : I 4 ; .. ," <
the tennis courts ) i9 JJ 'I &: u.Jj'J: ,
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tueedoy at 7 p.m. ,' V* '* on frail, Street In.Stork.' ., 'i ,. : : I
109 eoch ; .. .' nI"A r ,.wu. ''''' ':: "''fiICCJoE"AJOIN." >tTHE dw' )(At I''LEARN. ; .
,Cub Scout Fack Monday night at 6:30: p.m. j w < Funny Thing' Happened ... the Way to the 'orum";;.. Tho'Alhbmbra DlnnW ..
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Brownl meet Monday at 3 p.m. Theatre the : MORE ABOUT it-H ; ; .r. :. .
presents musical
through May 12 ot the theatre In Jacksonville Beach. .
CM Scout meet Monday at 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday night: doors open at 6 p.m. buff.t at 6:43 p.m. performonca at' l lB:1S ', t ,'. ."",.." T I .M, ,?, ,, !:II""i IN IJ.<'',!.io,<..>.I".', ". .'' ,. ''.'.J1.''t.'I. '. ,

Bars Chorister meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. : p.m. Saturday matinee, doors open at 11:30: o.m. buffet noon performance ,., .., ....""' ....... .N ..., ,.1ft :A"j'I' \ .. ,J' '1'\i'\ .
I, IslS: p.m. Tkkets or. $17.50 Tu.sday through T, i IJf .'W 'I] fI/lfi h J
Keystone ........ Fair... will/ be held Saturday; May 19 from 10 .:m. ii 3 p.m. Th. Saturday evening $15. Saturday<< matinee (1-WM2I2)( Thursday.),; .! >Sunday $19.50.. Friday"""* 'and- f.: ( 'ft l. rgUTH'8-18. RE' INV TED. .} ';', .' ', ". .1'. ... j jiq"
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II' lowly Bluegras Music Championship April ot\4 t. ,J4 .

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Sponsored by the American Cancer Society.. \" return for u h.ovy'mslal l Friday :; ,,4: ; ;i yq ,.' yf W r.a1 .: 1 ;
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1 once again take on a carnival at- tary School. still receiving treatment in Shrine
mosphere with clowns, funny cars, The traditional fried chicken dinner hospitals and some of the local moneyIs
i motorcycle daredevils and the will be served from 11:30: a.m. to 2 used to pay transportation for them
famous Starke
Surreys and the Starke Elementary School and their also lodging and
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cafeteria for a donation of $3.50 per meals ana all medical atten-
who drive replicas of 1901 person. Dinner'' chairman Buddy tion. Members of the Starke Shrine
wheel Oldsmobtles vehicles.and Kawasaki three- Lewis says that tickets may be pur- Club gladly donate their time and
j I. chased from in advance energy to raising money for this great
or at the door. Takeout trays will be i cause. /
SURS EVS The always colorful parade will available.All I Any local unit wishing to participate -
'form at 10 a.m. at .Bradford Square profits from dinner sales go in this year's parade can do
and start promptly at 10:30: a.m.,will directly to Morocco Temple ,to be so by calling 964-7971,7. a.m. to 6 p.m.;
+ proceed up its traditional path, north 'distributed, where needed. Several 964-8856 after 6 p.m.
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JACKSONVILLE APRIL 12: The as a result of a severe freeze occurr- munity College Starke Office In Bradoffered in Starke even4ig 1asses
Small Business Administration ing Dee-M-26,1983. refinancing of long-term debts nor deadline for filing for financial. ford High School. include Religion in
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counties of Alachua, capital loans and are made of $500,000 your Monday through Friday at the
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I .H., youthful offenders alternatives to in- they are stripped of all cigarettes, .
carceratlon, one of which is the STEP and,of course,no drugs or alcohol are r
program which has proven most suecessfulsinceitsinceptionsevenyears- available to the youths. He says it is \ .
: sometimes a "drying out" period. ,ro.! ,
'1( ago. "They(the youths) are taken out of '-
.; This program sponsored by the their environment and put into a total- T
State Health and Rehabilitative Ser- ly new and clean environment. It is a
vices is the least restrictive and Is very difficult and challenging. ex-
the third level of committment in perience," Ells said."Consequences r e'
Florida juvenile programs designedfor are very Immediateon 7
youths.In a trip such as this"said Ells,"and
dealing with Juveniles in the Clay students must learn to deal immediately -
County, Florida court system County with their problems. And T:
Judge William Wilkes says there they have no one to blame but
three levels of committment. themselves for these problems"
The"top of the line" is the Marianna Ells says they work in groups; of 10
Juvenile training center for boys or 11 youths which are supervised by .
which has tight security, comparableto two or three dedicated staff people.
the state prison for adults. Unlike other programs where the
The next step is a less secure facili- staff changes every eight hours, Ells I Vision Quest EncampmentMore
ty aimed more at rehabilitation of the said the same staff stays with this -- -- -I.'
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punishment. the program, which also proves to
..; The least restrictive and third'level be beneficial in its results. Vision,: om ;
of commlttment is the STEP program "Although they don't have the
I which is sponsored by State Health physical restraints, they are very ,, ,
and Rehabilitative Services HRS). closely supervised,'' said Ells. This particular train, which was followed ', :.
Judge Wilkes explained that this is According to Joann Preston,a Hur- north consisted of 41 boys ranging in age ;
a 28-day program that involves ricane Island Outward Bound School mules and 23 horses, }i. TOTAL
i juveniles making their way, with administrative aide,a recent study of t t '
counselors across state by means of the program's ratio of success within. On the Road Early... /; ,
camping, hiking and canoeing. a year after release is 69.7 percent.She rises at iuri. j .
Everyone 5 They eat a
the Florida
to Russell Ells Director emphasized that
According '
The train travels 16-18 miles at
early. day
of Operations for STEP (Short Term' STEP program and the PennsylvaniaVision a
Elective ) the Quest could not be tip camp water and care for their animals Queen
Program parent program
After another hearty meal at lunch,)its
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I organization for STEP is 'The Hurricane compared.STEP with
education teachers that travel the
Island Outward Bound School deals with 366 students per
of formal education."Everyone's .;
located in Rockland, Maine. year. The average cost per student is every day
"They have a :yearly contract with between$1,300 to$1,500 for the 30 day Zasa. in bed by 7 p.m..and' there!is '
the Florida HRS Youth Services Divi- program.Preston said the cost varies I
The train is -
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sion to run the program said Ells. according to needs and equipment.The wagon I
'the animals and
"Funding is through the State of Florida STEP canoe programis hygiene purposes; hay j
Florida: based in the Yulee and Fernandina Zasa says they rotate the animals as II
rier.
Ells said the program Is run in-' Beach area.
dependently of HRS but that referralsto
the program come through the HRS
system. SNAPPER SENSATIONALSPRING : I-
This program is for adjudicated --
youth both boys and girls, ranging in JI"M :
ages from 14-18 but is of shorter ::
duration 30 days than the Vision I SAVING ;
Quest program. I :=

STEP is an Alternative... :
Ells said this program is an alter- FREE GRASS CATCHER KIT WORTH "*150 .- ,
native to the more traditional training
programs for misquided youth. He NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS TILL MAY* .
said STEP is the shortest of all the Save now when you purchase any SNAPPER May'84.Everything about rhea rmooun your 50 words or.less.
other programs provided in the stateof single blade rear engine riding mower at convenience in mind.This te grast
Florida. Previously students were i regular retail price.You'll receive a free six catcher kit.for.example allows you to mow.:. .
allowed to choose this but bushel pras catcher kit And if you use our larger areas of grass without having to empty.
program convenient credit plan you won't have to And with a SNAPPER Hi-Vac rider you can, entering. '
now they have no choice and are plac- J )
make and
monthly! easily vacuum up leaves twigs pine straw:
ed in this particular program if foundto .. payment. till So purchase any SNAPPER single blade : St...Slarfce.FL 3Z091
\ be suitable for iff*" -I'|' rear.enginetltlerpjayandgetafreegrasacatc "
'It is structured a cpund success t kit Discover how eaayit la' II I +
v' oriented actitttfai&'saM: Ells. "It is to take advantage of our S0muH -
aimed at making the students more 6 tlonal Spring Savings credit by using our AAay-7r4.U'r' r
plan
responsible for their behavior in addition "i' -- Now that s ,.' ,
to providing them. with a meaningful -r GLASS II ,
he added. '
experience
i The STEP program consists of a M Ii. ;f"jt Blvd., Keystone. Hglt. :

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Tele-Med Premiers Here... These machines are. MADE OF METAL and sew on all fabrics, Levi's. canyas upholstery '
'Bradford Hospital Treasurer Linda Johns puts out a call The new Tele-Med links Bradford Hospital with three stretch LEATHERI I These ma'chirtes.\ new.. .with, 'a:
nylon vinyl silk EVEN SEW ON are
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on the new Tele-Med system at the Bradford Hospital ther area hospitals so area residents can call for prerecorded -
nurses station as Auxiliary President Ada Reddish lookson. I messages on health and medicine. .? 20-year warranty. With these new 1984 automatic sewing machines, you Tys.tf$ette;

The new system is in its first year. ,. color-coded dial l and sew magic happen' straight sewing, zig zag, buttonholes' (any.

,, ., sizes invisible blind hem satin stitch embroIdery appllqus W:9rPI; : r
t '''' ), monogram, ,r I

''V" buttons, snaps, top stitch, elastic stitch, straight stretch stitch... all of. th $::ond.more
Med
Tele .
..., 'C".'o I 1 It without the, need' of old os hi one d'.t."f, .' :

Manufacturer's Suggested Price 489 w a ..... W:. :

New system gets off to fast start in Bradford v,"...b'.q', ....' '>.t.,... 't,,'.

.'. .. :" Special I Price $168 ,' ,r, .:ij tServiced ,.: V:Hit> ktJ ,

Mark FrledllnBCT clan." identification numbers on the follow, .1.'I: ',." '
By in the "' i I by Local I .Dealer I .. : ,.i : + < ;
Staff Writer To dial Tele-Med the caller should ing page B-section) v. \ )S"f' '" ,tv
MedicallnfQrmation at your fingertips simply dial the special local number The local hospital will be issuing I in i MasterCard and Visa accepted, your checks are welcomed.Limited .-.
that's what a new program at already listed in this story and request formational brochures on the new amount available ""n"' ;'t .. 4": :;*
Bradford Hospital will give area the tape number from a special program soon which will be availableto
residents who call a special telephone operator standing by at Alachua the public. : SATURDAY ONLY APRIL 28 10 A.M.'rto,".'6.:.. .".," ;:;:':\ "' i '! \.;

number starting this week. General. The tapes have a three to Area callers with local telephone; HOWARD JOHNSON'S 1' .: .. '
:The Tele-Med program, a system of five minute duration and can be requested exchanges may get through to tlUby,
tape-recorded medical information by number only. (See a new Tele-Med system toll free by dialing 7400 N.W. 8th Avenue Gainesville, -75( & Newberry Road ,j; m i t: ::;; i
programs will feature over 300 sub! : special listing of the tapesand: their the Starke number. ''' "
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Jepts ranging from a relatively simple --- -- -
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aliments and first aid to informationon -
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calling'The(heart number 964-4896 disease can locally and now drug and be reached abuse.is part of by a The Sale Goes On, But Time ,is Running ,Out. You DO SAVE tt:? ": .' .:

three-tiered system linking Starke LAKE CHEVVCLBSQUALITY
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Williston headquarters and Levy of the County program to the locatedin main TIME and MONEY, When 'You Shop at Lake Chevy-Olds. :, ,j

Alachua General Hospital in '

Gainesville.The three. hospitals Alachua NO DOWN PAYMENT : ;' .1:

General, Williston Memorial and ,, '
(Bradford Hospital are all ownOd'by J da tt.r t rN+ nernt i6Pr
j the Santa Fe health Care' Sytjems' :r A1 tjrrd" ; .v tilg5 4SJ 1" USED CARS *;
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to the I'
Response program \" "
has i ; ,.
Gainesville been "gratifying" according ''' I '
to personnel at Alachua t '
general where the program was in- AND TRUCKS
itiated in November. 1978 with bet 5-10'
ween 120,000 and 125,000 calls made to '84 CUTLASS '84 DELTA c-io '84CHEVETTE '
the since it started.
system was
Linda Johns,Treasurer of the Brad. SUPREME 88 PICKUP \ PICKUP ...

ford Hospital Auxiliary first suggested Till,paN, air 43605 automatic' -,... 4-Doar. automatic tare,,V-!, power: Full Factory 4M047.Equipment' Full Factory' 3011 fqolpmanl full Factory test qulpmant 81 EL CAMIMO 81 SolD .EXT CA8|
the idea at a convention in plut. morel; window vinyl. roof, cruiw, lilt ondmorel _
. Automatic storoo af paw*. lV. Orlando last year according to Bradyford r tlaorlng/brok Conqui* ctoortl
Hospital Auxiliary PresidentAda :224 $26T $14$129 $1 05 to pockogo.,26JA. =13..' ) r

Reddish, and been the driving :ti' '6188 ,,. : "
force behind the implementation of ? 1Ot' I './0" FIREBIRDS "t)$,83 X20: PlglCP. r
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the program here. ,, lo..II.' elk
wrN< > i it" / Automatic 01..AM/fMroo .. ..
"She has put in over a year and half ,'84 0-184x4 3 to chooM ,,_. toooDmiir 1 '.n\ ,
of work on the project since then" V .
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Mrs. Reddish said. "We think' it will STEPSIBE 7988 9958

help many people here because it is a l #3676Automatic ., B
as ui I .Y. az Silxtla<1i1 ,P
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rural area with many elderly people I A/C, V-6, Auklwlw Uroudta.aloPlh'Ar' lf r"V
living off the beaten track. This engine, lilt Rally wheel,, > T P.wr w.rdowi _po f'
system will help them keep in touchan 3U10.50R1S tire*, gauges,. '1ft ua '1311 ''
tide rails, morel
medical information plus _._ /
system updated even if they don't make a visitto 1984 CELEBRITY SEDAN'l LOADED EQUIP. '-- 13 S.1C ExT'Iltb 8 i :.
w 4 .d. low muN CftMLjIll8l '
the doctor's office. rl mr"
3597 $12 588 z Eon, nka, ,
The system Is being funded in its Power windows, V-6. AT gauges. pkg., tilt wheel cruise control ," ""'_k. ar Pawsow 'op. .
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first year by a grant from Alachua ', air cond., plus morel t '$73.' wlkewaglFelu.. ,
General. Local volunteers like Johns I .' BSSF

and Reddish will keep track of the use X10 ASS ,' ,, .' I' I
of the system in the first year to deter- +j"Baa4''''" '''' '81MC'
mine the true need for it here. A :!. r R SIERRA I
lilt CfU' .._....., ,
"We think there will be a big Ilow.rw.ndowh111ae.r.. : Teolhoy _- Champ
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response to the new program but the ,'9988 !
only way we can tell for sure is to ac ,. I5488 J;;
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tually put it into operation and [ttjMH IML OS 1
measure the results," Johns said. tIN -- -+-Nt IIN u -1i r.al ,NUlN,wiMm.a- to'Aur.I!! ..
"We think that many people iStT1" ""':
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especially the elderly will gain some S1" !
peace of mind at least, and that many '84 S-10 NCXV '84 C-10 CUSTOM '840-107x4, 1 ; 84 C-10 FLEET84 5.18. 4z4
more will find out when they should 8JMILVERAIMMPHlit. :12 Ohle'T6run. >iA1'' ,
SIDE PICKUP
DELUXE ......... mIM1'I
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seek further help from a docter. eruite> Y.rN. 9,000 ml**
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V355? dJaQ 'U19" __, yl,'f
360Silverado 'y Y h _IH :159A .
of the systembut Mil V-6 ingiN,, $ ''fuli'kcloiywtulpniwit. l i.75RirNrvt : ,
"We're I.P
very proud 1kP humps. plus full package air 1 pulie wfperv automatic MI V.S.ngn. oulomai* flit air > ,
do want to stress that it can'ttake factoryqutpmanr ''''I..III..V.' 1, ouiomaltcchfome .bumpen rally whjOt 7lIN, ? Lt hr.r. *tyhndtr.rlplN 20""ool.' Mk tti'tor**, point, M.p'iwnipOT 91.1Mt .
we .
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ftlep bumps Rally wheew, plut .1 ''iVhlu"point ,,aim a lot moralSALE W-" ?
a doctor's place," Mrs. Johns' power wmdowi locfcg. I '84 :
_LTatfrt
said. "The information will be changed PRICE SM.E P PAIeE FRIOE
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and updated regularly but In many SALE si'iLsPRltiE $ liE s lone pavwr whNllq IINr'+Ip,ajr,tii'iana oulomwrt. and 99 M -IIVlWLB C...1..". 1
cases nothing can take take the placeof 218 10.988 0-..ulyE. ''Au/en.ne'kreybra6a. .a1,p.w.a hP', NuWr a G6dootV
a personal examination by a physi- .311': ,lra -' "

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Foreign .xchange Swd, .k '' .. ... I ___ .

student n..dtemporary ; i wpraka NF Ia1A9A: .' "y,; ldea.. ".ROI: .,......._k. sal)J,,(
final. .
1211\ tlwpl loij.i
families -.>\'" l'i
WANTED:Florida families willing 2.Slern. .....,' "tl'i''!
from .... auramak. "ah. CfU_' '83 r"; F..1111 '
July
to host a French teenager ,
15 to August 12. C-30 CUSTOM DLXCHASSISGAB '84 S-18 4x4 '84'' I..ZEI., ,C-IO SILVEIIAB8 =.;cIr::; 7IMbw.w't' ': rva, plt mana. .elk-. po;.(' i

non-profit The Nacel organization cultural Exchanges which annually is a BLAZER : .i ,, N9 CI!!!IOEAIA' I I '84610vT .'17.1"Tft /

: The Sum- 341 taNa/., ; :A; __ ....... + Fite 82 . _L__
two 1. Wht ... _
sponsors programs S.TIIWr. Vaulam.tk,Au.. iprlxgl Am aulamartt.cmM."" .Jocto.d" II.e rn/1N. .."' 100.!" oN.lf, ::5> rorloeM .II. wlpir.!! loop *aoi Va. Nlonalk. 4Q ... -..
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for 1 dual 7 90 ... ,"'vHhaolK.'cniiMN( 1111 .. Mo todkterr ... l AWN..Ik? MM1 gYWr .
Program wANhr road H' 1 1..1 l
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mer Discovery dray pars fwanHal. Tahoa Wran UYNaktonvOl. ... hrlp, ... 'f
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American- 13-18 d/,aodTir., pMWiirj. ;, ; till, Ipan 'llrt tames:our lu-Miw .L. ? rt.pwhbdmpa.nglNr.ra.S1} eae,16 wlydewlT. 1'6'A! !'bt..S'a.
teenage provides (.....n.. I,1: .w/v '' .- ,,;. "
old students the opportunity to ,I S E .&..' "\ .1" '" "
year ,
SALE FRIGE ; ,
S \ 5'yW.y/iW9 $ ;; ,., ..... '
spend four weeks with a family in $ PAIL 1 $ :: .8 '11' If
France. The Summer Hosting Pro- $, I ,. .1E1wa
gram offers American families the $10.588 ,1 "." "j !. .<.' !=.. I "'! 1
tVot. m,4.. .' ;
opportunity to share their home and, *41 HMtli WHIt tease! wflfc approved ertsttt I loenrltj<* i first nn A. polecat. t tax i U.tM fee. .' >: : I.' .' .:

allow develop a international the French.American teenager friendship way of to life.experience lIThe :Country;3 iiv Store WCHEViOLPS i4.fh'. Fnen3f/y/ Pe pe'u( "' : ,':!. 1'1: \!: "

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Many Florida teenagers are ....,.. ,. '. ..... ... ,. V V Ulo..... ."..wM.... sea, t. ;
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presently enrolled In the Summer ". 'rXEEP THAT GREAT GIM FEELMa.; ... ,' ..11-. "'" ;.,,
Discovery Program for France.Some WITH QEN4HH6 QM pAfT| ''Jr !
spaces still exist for those American I \ '' : j
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student interested to te.
partlci t' '
If' you are interested in'par-' 301 M. STARKESTA n !! L W I '1. .,

ticlpailng in the program write or .' Kl .9f4750MNIESVIUE T w., ( :;
call the Nacel Coordinators for / ,
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: -CAM OF THE PATlENTJ EVE CARE AND HEARING -' HEART 1035'OIopIoatv" Correction d Prominent tor* it I (

i 15! Home S'S**"lhelMlddeft P'aIIent '21 Clgoreltei and Heart Otaeate 1035'Abdommoplcnty "
I .. MedIcal SUM** to 76 Glaucoma 1040, Face' lilli i ,
the Horn oo cal: One Coins of,Hearing loa'III'I 23 Diet and Heart DKeote '
12Z S. fSV01' "!. ******. Pdaeftl '"' > 29 Hypertentton. and wood Prcwure2o PREGNANCY ,
: How to Tad*Temperature,run 231 Hearing Lou In ChUdren Stroke Early > :
,I and Retekatlon 460 Healing Lou to Heating Aid 27 Health and Heart Checkup* ,j I"d'13 Am I R.aNydPcrdpnon$? n"f.' S
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r, 164r Hoe Ic.- 28 How to DecreaMRk Heart Attack ;
451 Heating too from Nd e i 24 AooftiOrt f S
I 470 Seeing Spot and Rooted 29 Artherotclerotl and High. Blood PreMure 62 the Premature Baby ,
r CHILDREN 471 ChIIdren'l\AIkn 30 Angina Pectort 66 What Cows MttcorrlogeiT !
' 3 Coc..Medicine/ '. 472 Cotoract 63 Eorty Warning. 1:1 H.ottIMaek/ it i
i r In the Horne ,.' 47 Warning Sign m Pregnancy "
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Cheat Pain
FoWJn Your Chad? ". ', 473 Contact LeN.Fact: and Fallacy' 66 "'61!. : ; -..:, !
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10 rVHeon 1n""Home 1 .iT- 72 Heart FaNure t. ; "''4"'e' ... L.. \:, .'
FOOT "d
i, ;I 20 Rheumatic Fever CARE 1110 A Dtocuulon on THgh Bkxtd PreMurU
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1' 22 Fool Care for Diabetic and Othen 1111 ExercKe and Your Heart n-7"' ."
1I 36 Hiccup ,. WIth Poor Cllculollon 1112 Stret and Heart CXMO .'. u'S
' I 43 Stuttering and Other Speech Defect 114 Plantar Want and Mole. 1113 Heart OtoeaM rt Beam" EoiV' 1'A '. ''',' .
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41 Thumb lucking .'.. ,. 115 Ingrown Toeoatto 1114 Emotional Impact ol Heart Dk.oN't'" t "
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i 73 faroche 1'InwoImI' ,*'..:"; 114 Common Foot' FtoWem '.., .'t'MI 'J" : 'tREAT FOFl"

j. 79 .""r ,:J..1'i', !' 117 AMI.t.Foot' MEN .. 1 ,,
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nca:Chid'J' Outtet for MIIWv. f: 'FIRST AID 175 F.a.gd/ the Altar Forty Man. ". .

113 khabton ot'1moI 3 Medtelnei In the Home 176 dlc'am'' ',' Mo t'1ierDcywy :
I 0tItKtI. by ChIIcfNIt. 571 ( .,:.
161 17 lockjaw ;
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.89 Childhood Conc s 91 Severe Bleeding 11 : ., :
: B220 Limping Children ..93 Electrical Shock I ;' : ; iI
i 6223 Bed W.HktgN ; ."1 M Shock MENTAL HEALTH vi: V: ,' ,If" .
8224 Mump r 1 9e Pohonlng by Mouth. : ?, 33 T.nIIon.. S r., ;. .
2223 Croup 1-9 Hodlnuile) i' ,,'# S 42 I'm Jug, Tkad Doctor,1 ., .__...;,
i. 227 Meatlet V. 101 Thermal Burnt .1.1> 144 Em0tlonai (elllMIOIIt 0I1he D Ong .,. .
"$231 Hearing Lou In Children 107 Heart AttacklOaFomtlng .' 728 BraIn Damage Recovery -J-; '. '''', ,,' !
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232 Speech Problem IrtCMdrenSjtf ?+i &\ { 726 Piychotamalle llneM tr*Not it"; ". '
a 233 Diabete* In ,' '.jj ".. 109 Eptepllo: Convulilon\ > AlInYourHeodoi ':.: ..'... .
F;.236 Cyat\C\ FRo MME "' '* 110 What to do When YoU> find >27 Schizophrenia 1 '"; .' ,' 1 '

*r237 Whooping Cough' Someone Uncontdou* .' 5 728 When Should I See a PtychlatrW' ." : : ,
1 t(,,';'238 Mannrnglttt 111 Choking *V .1114 f motional Impoct of Heart Dtaeote' .:t'.'., ill-, ". "I" .'
Mi Sudden kdanl Death ,. 112 lr\hotattonolnxHl6bect.) bvCNklfWHi / J "" J'
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NUTRmON I ," '" :' t 1
",f.'S81 Mutcuto Dirttrophy In ChBeken Anknoi Met .
t 3M Down'IIvndI'OrM' .- 121 ...SIIngI 403 The Young CtHKT Eonnp and Meal I
5>:399 Cor S.c4/a/My 123 Q\ernIcoIIumI' ., Pleasure or f'IoCIem1" ,I .
,,406 Accident. Satety and Young Children ..,561.taadFwkanlna .- 899 The Vegetarian Diet "j W..;: '., ;, : ,' '",
,.Ljtna HyperactIvIy In ChiIdNI\ T'., ,.' ; 56Pokon IvV 600 CholOTterol Your Diet' '#:\ 1 J. .
jl4lORey..Syndrn. S69 NcMbI V"434 Child A uM.I i ,. ,' .. .' $24 Heat Stroke ; ".k: ,''r, A 602 Why Are Trace Mineral*Important. iX dh ; > :" :
,' -I. 1167 (1nMcI.: ... ;;a' Your DIet'P vs$ >* tr i '/" '"

[! DENTAL HEALTH ,,'''it \173 llltdwu.'GENERAL' ./, '; I 604 A Guide to Good Eating ,.." !,I :'1 11. /.. .
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606
-(JOt Rof.nQYout.Mh Nutrition m Pregnancyt I .dJf.n -S '/1.!' .'"', "!, :, ,' ,
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$,302 Effective. Tocthjohiihlng Snock .ofo'-M .. (1,'.. .
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303 Dental .. 4 Hemorrhold \ 609 Antwer*to Qu..noni About Dtaoatto DMi. : I nr

SQ304(\ Diet np Plaque.tor Dint HecMh '. I. 17 locklow', ;Ii.; 612 611 New Fad Dkd'r trend In the Dtopetk Diet ,- ., : ,.-. "'. "", r ..arr. '.;,..! '.
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I i JOS Maioccruilon.! Crooked' Teeth 34 \ maxfing H.odochaI 613 Anorexia Nervoaa < S_ .' Expert cutting: up-to-the-minute styling! .
'x ll306; ;; .WHdomTeifhi, : 35 Und 618 Iron' for Anemia .
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'V1307 3M Tooth Seven Replacement Warning ttgn el Cum;;Qtaeaae.: ,' d.1, 46 47 Ug lump Cramp and Bump and Ache of Arm* ,. and Leg* PARENTS : ,. ,. ,.!. .highlighting, permanents, coloring and:

:;'30 Canker Sore and Fever Bteiei" f. J ?'77 78 Kidney App.ndlcHIsDIuIt. Stone ',, :"' '.' 50 Teen Yean -The Age ol Rebellion 1 ;4:?:: :: more. Call for an a'ppolntment'todaY.':.

; '110r311 To.Baby,ihocM' TMIII','Wt.>oNo To Do -1 64 .** '' .404 133 Advice Brother for and Parent SWen* of;Teenager '"' .. '. I' .. ,. t' Special.. Mother's Day offer: 3O.off.row.
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. )K312".-313; What Aoc.!Md You Dot TeeIh Know Can M About Saved. ';.I.1 113 O9 Tendon ftxvalns *.. : ; 408 408 The SIngle PFarIIIV ; ':,;'. I :;,; '" through May 12th good With! Alar..' .r .
;t. Discipline and PtuN.ttmantN4 :
fr ? ,,119Phleb l ;: I I NanO'' J' _
:|344 Bad DontuTM Bwoth.Can What Hurt CautMHt You "J'I .. .124Shlng e* Ii'' Chid Abide ;,\, : : -.<. ,... ,Tommy: only.NUWAVES'. ',

*',316 Dental xRayMolly; N c.H W1 ; 125Eplepty, .l f PHYICAlFItNESS'c '. S
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t'-'323 An You MaMol Da DenIIar 11 161 Eneephami. .' .': tat Sport for : : ':s '" ,\\I! <,. .1'; S S ., ; ,
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tt:521.'CCInCercllhe.; .: : Mouth 1 ., 191 174 Vartcote Maftefbolton Vein, -' ",,I' 1083 Urns League Elbow '. '\ .. I

DIABETES I !* 194 What Happen When a Olio Slip? :,. 1101 Exerdte -Worm Up Slowly .'.1,' :' : '''I S
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., 195 Bee Sting- Con Cdiwe: Death 113Tendonm* .'" ; :
<:L,1 Foot Car fa ptobMic* and om.m'WihPoorClreulaMon 201 Neck PaIN ," 'L.:.::, '' >: Street ; '
; .r > pt 619LUPU* '.. V? 'i a,I \ 102* Bream Reconitructlon :% "fie' r :. : 504 W. Call 9648431FITNESS ,
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tXabet In ChMMn 859 Sciatica: low Back Pits ,. I 1030 Cometle8urgeiyoHheBrea.r* 'o4Ir' j .
A&edAbout '' 1031 Cut and Laceration$ ol the Skin v .
Aniwwt OuhtMont OMn 564 0 '
S 1032 Blephoroploxry Correction of008V. '
?:: DtabMh DMi610 ftAffHvpogrycernla: I -
!. "- 'DlabatM EnwiawioMt"*' .' .Saggy fyeUd*. f' ; I S
(,, 866 VcMTCeN Anemia667AierdU ., "
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O14 Pancreatttt 826 PorWrwonttm- n", S -..
K ,, 879 twmnirto f."t.. ,.., I0 .. ,

, ibl'CESTIVE. ( SYSTEM" JP'.;,. ''' 1140 1043 Wood Upectomy In the" Urine- ..";\<,-: ;".....4."I ';"'I' a. ." .' ,.' r 4'"{,t rf J.-1',' I

Normal BowetT ,'- 1141 Kidney Infection* ,. ..
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) STARKE CENTERd> ..LI' SK and I Mile Fun Rim

CoLS 1984 J
SPRING & SUMMER TERMS l' Sponsored by Bradford Hospital and B.H, Center for.Health, and pltne. *, *

STUDENTS WHO WISH TO REGISTER AT STARKE CENTER FOR SFCC GAINESVILLE, ,. jt

,' CLASSES MUST PREREOISTER. FOR BOTH SPRING SUMMER: .TERMS. : '' "
'> DATE Saturday May' 12 1384
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rt, 4 i TIME: 8:30 Fun Run i
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j": Thursday. May 10 Last day to Drop Class (In Starke) & receive a: refund : "J ."1$%' ::r 0 Bradford Hospital, 922 E. C Street. (SR '230)). Starke, Florida
f \ Friday May 25 Last day to drop A have class removed from record i
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.Friday June) 19 Classes 2I

1 :Mcn.. Tuu- June) 18,19;; Final Exam! .Days [Exam Times (In Starke< Only) 1-9p.m'.J.. ', ) ', ':).1'y"' :: COURSE Paved and dirt,roads,Aid! ,stations'at t. 1.5 miles; : and finish.Splits at

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y COURM HCTIOM. ID .. ENTRY $5.00 5K and 1 mile Fun Run ((p"" -regts tion) .

I "REl212Q M1 P 'Rellgton in Arnerlca: ,. 7:00-10:15N: MW 3 McFudden FEE: $6.00 day of'race. T-shirts to"-all finishers.Prereglstration .

; ,MQF1113! A61 P Principles of Math, ,i; '" ? ,. .?7:00-10:15N: ;:; MW 3 Qolliday) I" ; Insures receiving' a T-shirt. Y' ,'v t ,

SYQ2060' A62 'J : :P Introductory Sociology: :'" 7U)00:15N: : 'JTH3"' Wedemeyer. : .. .' *, /> ';&, f'e f

_,, r. PSC. '.1101.,, ," A68" PrInciples/ of Phy.:Science ,,7OOV1015N;; TH 3 Dlxon 4 AWARDS Overalf( male and female and 1st'pj'ac In age groups 1st and' 2ndi !

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove AXLES I A

misted to the Bradford County Rd. 3995. $400 down $70 a month.. Highest I
,Telegraph office in writing and paid In Call 964 5606. 9/15 tfn Shop ( ; Fire* last
odvonc. unless credit |I. already THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227.Brooker 11/03 to frwiHin
established with this off ic.. Rd. $2.995. $300 down. $55 a month AXLES B let this ,
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNQT BE 964-5606. 9/15 tfn Mobile ..
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ONE ACRE LOTS Facing Forsyth Rd. 10/13 REALTPHONE .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER $3,000 $400 down and $70 month. WANTED t
THE TELEPHONE. 964-5606. 1/12 tfn house : .,
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY HANDYMAN SPECIAL! For sale 3 BR. 2 964. i '
NOON prior to Thursday publication. BA M/H on on. aero In city of Stark. BARREL ; : 9647776.
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75. Great location. Close In. $10,500 FIRM. 4:30 : : .. iTERWIUt&AR CECILIA 205 N. Temple, m-

th.n 10 cents. for each word thereafter. Ph. 1-824-1317 or 1.312-2140. Keep try. '_Starke ?'.. .. _. .rMtoe'
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YARD SALE NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx. '/ ac. Real/ Ei fof. Venture!
lots. Paved streets, central water $100 \ Unheard
pf Prices
dn $7S/mo. Owner financed. ;
$6,000 ft $S,000 lets. Oaks. Ac, !
tensor Hampton 1 Plus to.
ft SAT 473-3454. 3/29 tfn
THURS., FRI. Cloth., all 50 cent
and I...; picnic table; refrlg.; dinette 20 ACRES OF LAND 40000. block -$9.000-Huge. Bessent Rd. Beautiful tree.
set; sofa; lamps! qu..n bed; chest of West of N-301 on'C.233 (Morgan Rd 1. Rotet -$15,000-3 BR frame home off Rd. 1006.
drawers, washer and more furniture. 9& .7135. 4/05 4tpd 426MOTORCYCLES SEWING SIs.OOO-CB Bldg. Hompton..Near PO. Own. (In,
Go out .16 East 2 miles, I.ft on 10th St., makes, -$17.000-100' Wall lake frontage.: Old Swlsher prep.H.OOO3 .
right on 12th Av. See sign. 9644284. $15. -$ BR home Orange St. Sern'd FftB porch.
-$22,900-Renov. frame, lg. deckAct Rd. IOOE,
FRIDAY. APRIL J7t 12 5. SAT.. APRIL 28 '
9.'. Griff Is Loop. Turn by Handy Way Hwy. S9ft. $2J,000-Own.. fin. Farmer Gulf Sta. Zoned off Ice.
4th house on left. Itpd! 4/26 1912 KAW.\'AKI 250: Low mileage. CHAIN $2S.410-CHftA. 1600 SqFt.3/1'4IA.! Corp.527.00090' .t.
CLOTHES ft THIS AND THAT Saturday Good condition, Adult owner. lake Brooklyn cortege. Own. fin.
April 28. Thr. families. 311 N. Clark 964 6348 4/19 2tpd 4/26 Owner -- $27,000-3 BR-Hampton 1500' fenced 100.200 'lot.
St. Itpd 4/26 tK YAMAHA 450 MAXIM Bought new -$27,500-Commerclal lots. Madison-Great Jocolei l l52'.500.15 \

PORCH SALE F.I., Sat. ft Sun. Datsunengine April 1983. Fully dressed less than help/ .- Ac.. Septic born timber, Own fin.
and trans; about 350 solid 3,000 miles. Exc. condo $100 equity and need a I -$32.000-Duplex new paint.Loke St.* BR,11Aee.'
4x8x16 concrete blocks, 50 c.nta.ach; refinance balance 964-6604. 4/26 can :: Beach' -$34.000-Nice: BR, 4% BA. Carport... Eastwood Or.
twin beds; desk; (jars; macrame tables 1977 KAWASAKI 400: $500.; 14 ft. Wood- 2 BR, 2 Near Southslde Elem. School.

and many other things. Across from Ci son boot 40 hp Evlnrude, $500. day or | -53'.500-CH&A. 3 BR, 1% BA lit Country. Fireplace. ,
ty Hall .In Lawt.y. Call 7823806. Itpd 964.698. Itchg 4/26 JERRY'S deck ft patio. 1 Ac. Circle' drive, free..

4/26 Free -$40.000-11,Ac. Edward Rd. Septic, well'. '3 barn,
NEW DEEP ,FREEZER Sears Air Conditioner BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES "68.11 ., Owner financing. '
TV r.frlg., clothing and misc.Items. WANTED, :
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$48,000-4 BR Cash
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BA. $3.000 to 'lot
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383 W.' Washington St. .
Itchg Ing ;
( ) ?32 carport fenced1 wkthp; trees.
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APRIL 27 12/S 9 AM-4 PM. Dark
sofa $150 gr..n OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-Sportswear HONEST $50,000-20 Ac. Primitive Baptist Church Rd. Con. be
; green chair $30; 2 boat
LADY divided. :3 wells, 2 .septic:,, Own. fin.
Ladies Combination Accessories
seats, $5 .ach; 2 chair n..d Apparel
reupholiterlng, $15 .ach, baby crib Large Size store. National Starke way -$85,000-Buslest corner1 I In! town. 301.ft. Hwy.16.
$20; dog bed $8; mesh sided playpen brands Jordache, Chic Lee, L.vl.Vand.rbllt. ), Itch Former Gulf Station.' .
$10; clothes boys sizes Infont-J girls Izod Gunne Sax, Esprit BILL'S SA -$90.000-30.4 Ac" on 301..N. Lawtey;Own, fin.
'Infont-10, ((10-50 cents) misc. Items. Brittanla, Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, service, 100000.51 Ac. 330' 301 frontage..Heavy timber,
Located 3 block from Stork. Elem., 16 "Evan icone, Clolborne, Members Only mower Owner financing, ,
W, turn right on Evergreen follow Bill Blass, Organically Grown $120.000-60, Ac. off Rd 235 (Whitehead Rd.) 1 Inn
signs. 1 tpd! 4/26 Healthtex, 300 others. $7,900 to' Supply al provo pasture, lovely hemeslte...Own.,fin.'
THREE FAMILIES Fri. ft Sat. 633 W. Pratt $24,900 Inventory airfare, training Lake -$145.000-14. Ac. MO 301'. frontage., Exceptionalowner
St. Some furniture, bunk beds small fixtures, grand opening sic Mr. GLASS financing.
kitchen appliances, clothes, shoes, K..nan(3051678.3639.( > tpd 4/26 etc.
knick-knacks and lots of other things. *270' on 301 South In City LImlti.

FRIDAY,.SATURDAY ft SUNDAYS 8:30 til MISCELLANEOUSBAKER Butler. N"q. 4 Ac,Z lot( next door.
?? Sunshine Motel lots of household Heights, Makei offer 1 of both.
goods and clothingtchg 4/26 LP GAS INC.t Family owned ft
PLENTY OF GOODIES FOR MEN AND operated We strive to give better 144 Insured *w. have lots and acreage?:

LADIES Dresses of all sizes, pant suits, prices and service. We solicit 1 On Bessont of' Club
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pants, blouses, purses, shoes. For men customers who own their tanks. We : ;
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work pants and shirts, dress shirts sell and r.nt'tank.. and furnishcylinders. * Val
and pullovers, several sports coats, Call 259-6812 or call after ; : ,IvsM IGs' .
,shoes. Plenty of misc., curtains, ,4:00, 4890/-4X26 4tchg SIn- ..... '. ( Eg:. \2\ > IAVR.N nM OUTLAW t.4-WI tRVINGftARf is rer'rrlgOA -
,jewelry. Just. come and,s.,4wh.t we OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY ft FEEL 1 )I l @:C:667 yN
.Soturday.ttpd'hav..,, lOS ?; Epperson Si,."F'rt4ay. ft -:--"''GOOD NOW; (['. rw Inh ;'CaHTom, fr"Jk3 i +1* ; ; ';; ,.5,;i .i I
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West lawtey. Look for sign. Itpd 4/26 Tablets and E-Vap "water pills". Andrews .
FRIDAY APRIL 2St 9:00: AM til 5:00: PM. Pharmacy, Stark. 4/26 2tpd ,
Gelaer.. Rood tad 4/26 ..- ,'

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ESKA 1'10'HP OUTBOARD MOTOR $22' .
; 81 GS 100 :
01' KEYS ON N. WALNUT
ST. last w..k. Como by .;Telegraph of- Sears '.9 hp outboard motor $350: '81 GS 250. Stark.. Florida '
lice to l id.ntif9.. Ask for D.bl. 4/26 Evlnrud. 25 hp outboard motor $450.LOST.2 FA 50. Hornet- 1 -
All with tanks. : 3 Bedroom; Brick Veneer
WALKER HOUNDS, Last seen K.n' Bait 8 Tackl. Car ( ) INC '
crossing 100 West going to Sampson Shop 961.4234 or 964.6691.4/12.- 3tchg--, -1 1'/ Bath; CH/A': ; Carport; Utiliti) RaorriCarpeting.

Lak. Nr Bayless Highway Call Roy 4.Wh.. ,
Adkins. 964.8711. ltpd! 4/26 1304-2 a well, septic; *", On Your Lot "

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Subscribe FLORI LAND submersible pump. low C ( ; ) : StartingAt$32,8000.o ,

Today t dawn w/t.rm.. 1379 scj. ft.
1316.9 ac. farm.tt. 2 BR. IVACUUM'
REALTY '
BA ham..120pecantr..... ( j : : '! livlngroom,

I V. mile ta town .$ garden ,.8 bllfe'rent) Plans bt Financing.

I''SALE 964-7700 1332.1 BRm I BA block, 'Hwy/ Ml.301 S.of this 6 acre. Interest Starting at 4% to' 13%.
home In
town Furnished ''
I' : 393 N. T.mpl. Av. walk rwMrrR \ a beouliful1'1: .For Infer mot Ion,Calt
everywhere.
NEW & USED Odom Broker. :
Bernie r. / I chalnlink f.nc.d. Can .A 964-68531: .
GRI forever
We'joance Our'Own pond or.odd-on $'l8.0Q0. i, II"",,.' ( v..
KIRBY$ .,, and'
ROYALs Sp.c1al Well!

'EUREKAS'3 ar.a.8R.530.000.I 8A.CH&A. Nice ( treet. Two ': "F

: ELECTROLUX HOOVERS -4 527.500 BR-Good floor plein. H ,- r luiles" for are' Clay Hill Feed

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,, FILTER QUEENS LAWSON BLDG: Call for : !l I fireplace SR218'Mlddl.burg' .

SEARS d.taU.-181 Ac.. Graham. Good S3INTempleAve.We I ;) !are among r 282-1063 ,
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repair all makes hunting area ," .' opartment is, These Prices: ,Y
200' .
Ac. with on '
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AI Young's County Rd. Zoned trail.... REALTY ; M250 per 10-10-10. . . : : : fort'J52,,

I Good8uildingAereag.Since Ammonia niirate, . '. : 'lor $))95i
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I H Country Ae..476' on 301 South. .Roses ; : : : ,Barbed Wire, . ,.rOU$24.95'''

964.6918 WanttogolnBuslness? '64.1931 4734old ,; It I (IOUs. field Fence. . .,. .,Ajrot.$69.95|

3 Miles north. _of_ -2 Bldg:us. one. Rent I Or461.173o i OP' OR 3.3." PO,0.!; ; ,.$,;?S2;
,, 1111 liS :un nn. ;I Office ((104))111.till ....((104))1174111: Pensacola. ,"Bohla, . ;'A?;.50, lb.$29

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221 Lafayette St. Across from Wlshbon I i.,. !,Io.!. .'Starkewo .' ; i ;. "\ '
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5:30 Saturday 9 a.m12 noon ." I ;
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10 ACRES-North of Keystone Height $17,900. if ReiiaomiUnits
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Protection Plan. ,
*3 BR, 3 BA, Good condition. Buyer ; /
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LOVELY SHADED:LANDSCAPED. YARD with :3 BR 2 BA stucco. Hos fireplace, V* '.1 'Ia',"" ". :';; ; 'aparirnerit"eo' \
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Ac., large garden space. r !a .y ,''; l, .<. ,' Supply;, ,; :, '1 ,
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*COUNT r CLUB AREA Nlc. 3 BR 2'. BA. Brick Many extras. ." Energy: Efficient i ; C, Custom Drapes' : : .. ." ,. ,. .
I FAPM-Several tr_.. Very nice 3 BR, 1 l/i BA house. I i' > ; -
*:20 ACRE POULTRY pecan r 'i ,
Central Heat/Air
j *.LOT AT EARLETON IE>CH. Private Patios \,' : ':... '" .. ,' 4, y 1-" 'GOOd1rIc.: .

*.25 NICE ACRES Oft Hvw. 225. I : : :,. ; t 1"k .1 1:1.. ,. If:4 r, .rHWd.ri
*.34 ACRES On Hwy 23$. Ha barn well, large oak, pecan trees 'fenced. Price I L ''' '' l' Vdof4lr
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I reduced. Owner financing. ; ...,. :, 1 ; JI I i ; And Other
14'91' :f.7: i Supplies,
..HANDY MAN SPECIAL.Wlth 1t.4 Ac. Owner financing. 4":7.,295' '" ..' ; .
*LIKE NEW-3 BR 2 BA. Energy efficient home on beautiful acre lot near lake. LotI'I I ',N..a". u't 1 <.,..'"..;.' .:Ii'... r ,"' ..".....'. '..A : :. .', .... .. ., <. 1.1 ;
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R.dusd $12,000 with approxlmofery 3CXX frontageHwy. a t I, I'a' .I. Y' ., .. ,. }
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1 :A. 80 ACRES Of THE BEST LAND {In Bradford: County.. ..MightMconski Vr...subdividing. I i ,,, : :. ':r, :r : ;':!n" "r ; .. ,
ASSOCIATES: '1001 Southern Villas Drive* i' ; $hiltc'rFine.lAyarimeoll'omnuaily, 2'! to 4:',; St... llf ftMd ,

I IRENE FAULKNER 9 .5142 \VClitE SPRY 964-8420 (-atedonUWYI6W.....,.t)' 1 ,.' .'Y \\1f", 0" '- : I,: ,,, ""J' .\ 1 ,( ,I 0 ', ,
SUSAN FAULKNER 539-2W JIM TOMPKINS 431.I 255 \. : 't j:'"' I. i N' W' A q," .'1; ,; ') lWhMV. Neet6pIltnbr.-. .' ..
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LOU YOUNG 04-7333 BOB MATHEWS 96 .r.r8J ( ,. :.,, 0 ;', l f, .. f.J. > 'C."r' '. ."9'+:.l'

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I NOTICE. FOR RENT, ",...and 3.(from 9 a.m, to 4 p.m. Articles : MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK. BRADFORD LIMBROCK SALES 792 3172.Lawtey. : .
I. ; may be submitted to the sal. at' the .Starke .A .Mobil homes. ond Spaces for' rent. 2/231fn "
OASSiFMO ADVIRTISINO should be sub- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Keystone Community Church educational -e Recreational vehicle welcome.' Phone. SIDE BY SIDE FROST SUB
milted to the lak. Region Monitor of. lIALTY.lIALTOI ) building Thursday, May 3. Pro \ 468.2912.9/16 tfn REFRIGERATOR Heavy Duty
t fk* In writing and paid In advance Mental Property Available ceeds go to the Shrine Burn Hospital. MOBUR HOME FOR RENT On mlte'from dlthwather, mar and colt. Cell
unless credit 1 Is with this oHka.MONITOR Keystone 3BR Bath horn, t.< STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 2BR desk con AOI.on Lak Brooklyn i CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On w/brown marking, 6 wk.. old. 4
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN furnished.. $250/mo. For more In,.. &. BOATS AfVUCATIONS ACCIPTIOi for full time Hwy. 16 W. Clot to prison. Call females. $30/och.46J.1I92tPd'
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER call: employment. Experienced 'lawnmower 4681323.1007 tfn. 426rURNfTUREt
THE TELEPI4ONE. and chain ow repairman needed and STUDIO APARTMENTS Weekly, monthly
Classified deadline I It Tu.sdoy noon KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FEALTY, 1978. DODGE CORONETi A/C, PB/PS, 318 part knowledge preferred. Apply In rat*. Palms Apartments,2314 N.Temple Frost-free refrlg., almond
1..ltor.4n-4961 engine'trailer' hitch. Run good, $850 color. $175; washer, $100; dryer. $IS;
prior to Thursday publication.! person at Bryan' Ace Hardware Ave. 7/28 tfn
Minimum charge 15 words for$3.75 ON BIO LAKE BROOKLYN! 2BR cottage. 010. 473-3324. 4/36 Itpd Keystone Height, Palmetto A NICE ROOM with private both. 964-6035.. matching washer/dryer, $250; small|
refrlg., $75; electric stove, $95: :3-door
then lOtynts for each word thereafter. $300/me. Call 473-3334 or 1-983-1727. 111?, FISHING IOAT-cACCI CRAFT: I Nightingale. 4/12 ffn 12/22 tfn
side-by-slde'
refrlg./ w/water
3/1 ifnchg Good condition with 10HP Johnson BAPTIST CHURCH Seeking -time. BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with' bath: Op-
- part dispenser $325 freeier $ISO Ilk.
OFFICE AT BUSY'CORNER FlameIngo motor .and. tilt trailer 1050. Call ; :
facing
20 Send Stark Post Office. Ask for Mr .
hour
PERSONAL SERVICES St btft be 179.26921/26 secretory resume to posit new twin beds, $75 set; coNee/9 end
can seen from SR100and tfnchg ".0. Box 338. Stark. Florida 33091.: Lyon, Must see to appreciate. Affordable table
SR-21 Intersection. Prim !location. ICFT.' 'BASS BOATi Gator the trailer, 4/1* Stcho 303HOUSIKKEPIRCOMPANIONt rates. $73; BftW TV. $<<); dinette rt

YARD MOWINOt Book now for summermonths Call 473-3411.1/5 tfnchg" $ ".* Foil( 473-2377 4/36 Itchg Fr**room UKI NEW > BR. 1 iA CB HOME with 2.6 w/4 cabinet swivel, used chairs 3 $125 mos.;, Broyhlll$300; wood china

ahead. Call 473.1824.1/5.26 1BR. 9BATM UNFURNISHED KOUSEi On and board alary.. In exchange for ocr... On' Orlffl loop. Stark.. bookshelf, $100: Sylvania stereo
4tpd lok* Geneva. Fenced yard with utility FOR SALE light domestic duties. CPR required., $300-$329/mo.: 964-S449. Itchg 4/26 w/AM-FM. eatsene.. 9-lrock all In
shed, CH/AC.
Avallabl Feb. 13.
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, 468.2619.4119 ton ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT CH/A. upright cabinet doors
w/glast costover
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kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. $425/mo.Call and damage deposit $425. 4X8 UTIUTY BOX TRAILER Used once COOK WANTED. One year:experience. Stove 4 refrigerator. Carpet a drapes. $750! now$273; color TV In swivel!
Reasonable prk... Call 473.4018 after Patty Shockleford 1-268-6493 or excellent condition $300. Call Night shift, short order. Apply Lean $189/mo. 964-7293. 4/12 4tchg 5/03 base cabinet.$250.964-4284. Itpd 4/26
5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 1-723-4646. 2/2 tfnchg 473-7739. ./261tpd Man' Barbecue. Ask for Hyt. SHARE A" '" FARMHOUSli Large USED REFRIGERATORS One chest
CARPET AND VINYli repair and In..tollotlon. OENEVA LAKE ESTATES Distinctly. ..' SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC 41 .4744. Itchg 4/26 gardening ore avallabl Rent freezer Apartment six. qo. range.
( .. Free .estimate Ten clean. :3BR 2Bath horn. Kitchen and and HAIRITYLISTi mat negotiable, Contact Bill at 964-4850.
year pipe' "''nga. Water softeners. Prfrrably : e* Rotter's Refrigeration. 2165 N. Tempi.
.. experience. Call 47X4217 and ask for Call laundry appliances. Garage, $450/mo. Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts., p*rlenc.d In cut and blow try)**. Applyat Itpd 4/26 9644985. Itchg 4/26
Craig. 1/5 ting'HANDYMAN 475.2306.4/5dnthg' ...73-<<106 lIS tfnchg Family Hair 0..1,,_,.. 144 W. Call ONI FURNISHED I.BR, I BA APART ANTIQUE DINING TABLE w/' CHAIRS
of home repair, 9BR. IBATHi Unfurnished. All modernoppllane.s AT PACK lATe BUY SELL, .TRADE St.. 9647303.26 tfn MENU $200/mo. plus $75 set. dep. One Is V captain's chair.: Mad. 1920V: ,
mobllehom repairs and fix-up need. cut. decor; CH/AC ,.located.2 blk n. of red light HWY 21. .,THirrv WOMAN TO nu THIRTY TO.RnORIISi lights hot water furnished No pet: $220.964.6463.4/26 tfn
No lOb too .moll. Minor plumbing 2BR S3OO412.53 4tchg OPEN: Wed..Sat.6.. Featuring: You con earn from 35X to 9648071. Itpd 4/36 HOLSTEIN BULLS Approximately 300300Ibt.
repair Cleaning service. Light haul MOBJLEHOMEi on private lot on Glatware. old (Jewelry, household !SOS of your tal*>. For more Information LARGE ROOM FOR RENT In country 964-4413. Itchg 4/26.
ing. Call) Jim 473-3671 day or, evening. small lak*. $145/mo. Call 473-2379 or good: china furniture, mlscel.! Items. : call 964-6442 or 964-8907. 4/26 home. 2 mile* from. city. Laundry KING SIZE WATER BEDi Headboard and
1/12 tfnchg. 4733542.4/261/chg 473.2113.3/)5 tfnchg atchg 503SITIRED facilities avallabl. Kitchen hooter $230. Call otter.7pm,964-6571.'
CARPENTRY/MASONRY WORK Patios, NEW 2'"', 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOME 14 CU.". UPRIGHT FREEZERi Avocodo. OLDER MAN Parl-tlm.: handy prlvll""" $3$ ow..,960t-4284. Itpd Itpd 4/26
additions, remodeling homes and til* on IVi cere. CH/AC. All appliance, Good working condltln, $100. Deliverycan with tool; only' a fw hour a week 4/26 COW C RIDING' LAWN MOWERS
work. Free ."mot... 473-4473 before $300/_. Coll l74434<: 42633MOTORCYCLES be arranged. 473-3471.4/19 tfnchg North Central Appliances %4.1999. a... 2 BA MOBILE HOMli Unfurnished.CH 9644916.426 2tpd 3/03 .
5 p.m. 4/5 tfnchg. AMWAY PRODUCTS Homecare, commerclol. Itpd 4/26 On Hwy 16 E. 1200/mo. $200 USED FURNITURE-APPLIANCES
QUALITY PAINTING Minor repair Free ,health end body aids Dealers PART-UMI SALE CREW MANAGER The Sac. Dep. Call 264-4727 (Orange Park), (Downtown) North Central Appliance;
stlmotes. Call 473-3887.. 4/19-26 2tpd needed.. ..II. to buy or become Florida Times Union, Monday through 4/26 tfn 110 E, Call Street, Coll 964-4999. tpd
1913 HONDA NIGHTHAWKS dealer 4733671.119 tfnchg 'I. Friday. :20 hour/wk. Call 964-9165. ONE BEDROOM TRAILER! Completely. 4/26
PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complot payment Coll R.J.473-7677.4/26 690. Takeover 9FT.GARAGE DOOR: $95 or prefer trade ltchg 4/26 furnished. Electric heat'and air: Total 21 PT.UPRIGHT FREEZER 46 5036. ltchg
lawn car and maintenance. for sliding glass door. Call .-73-71 B5. i i26 lAIN $...17 HOUR W* need assistance electric. Near Graham. $59 per week' 4/26 ..
Commercial or residential. Fr.. HOUSES FOR SALE ./ Itpd In evaluating and responding to dally I'hon.I\6IJ.I371. Itchg 4/26 WASHER AND DRYER Call "" -6312..
estimates.= 475-9197 evenings. 4/12 SEARS 4HP RIDING MOWIRi N.w tiatJ J work report submitted fay our agent 3 BR IN COUNTRYl Unfurnished. Ap. Itchg 4/26 "

*""" "WHITE SANDS LAKE*! at 1 Keystone tery, $350..Call 473-2140 or,473-4961.. throughout .the Hat. No experience polntment only, 964-6365 4/26 2tchg USED MOTORHOMEi $2,500 or best of
MISCELLANEOUS Height' BUILDER-OWNED 3BR. 38ath 4/261/thg' necetsary; paid to complete training. 5/03 f.r. Can be teen at Olln' Mobil Home
home1 on beautiful ,ocrv Cfatroom. AT 'HALI'' VALUE A genuine pearl Work, at home. For Information send MODERN. NEWLY REDECORATED 1 BRAPTSi Sale' Hwy; 100 W. Stark.. 9645606.!
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed gameroom. stone ir4loc.' 2-car necklace ond gold stick pin, with lf-oddrud.. tamped envelope9'Inch.s % AC. walled patios, furnished or 1 tch"126'
meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open and ametfilst setting 6394 1 Cascad Dr., long to AWGA Dept. E. Sox unfurnished. 96.3601.4/26 tfn ALL ITEMS FOR SUPER' A INTSRNA-
workshop. MUST SEE
garage TO
meetings Friday I p.m. Marion Mon BELIEVE. Dream Horn. BY OWNER.\ 'Hlghrldg Estates, or call 1-284-6342. 49304< Atlanta GA 30359. Itpd 4/26 HOUSEt 2 BR furnished. Clean. $3lO/mo: TIOHAU Planter C fertiliser distributor,
day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational Call 1.389.7127.4/26 4/26ltpd WANTED AGGRESSIVE INDIVIDUALS $100/dep. Call after 4 pm., Mon.-Frl. 14" plow 'disc harrow 42" Roto tiller
Building Community.Church'' 473-2790 SBR, MATH BRICK HOMES tfnchg In' KeystoneHeights. RADIAL.TIRES AND RUMSi IS Inch X 305.LHce'neW concerned with hi* or her future. Exciting Anytime_kend,964-7635.1 tpd 4/26 (works off power take-off).Three point
or 475-3130. 1/5 tfnchg: 1.700.q.ft0 380 ft. $100. 4737737. A/261tpd ground floor opportunity for the HOUSI. 1 BR. furnished. Clean with AC. hitch. All like new.Cal1964.6896.4262tpd
plus
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| I right to of the fattest Yard maintenance A garbage pickup 5/03
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No due. SMAll '1 CANOIi $25. Kenmore' Rug person join one
fee' or weigh In.. Open meeting 473.33496.41(26Itpdea, $75.000. Shampoo good 'condition. $50. i growing companies In th. *'country.' For Included. $190/mot $1007dep. Call ONE YEAR OLD RCA' SELECTAVISION

Tuesoy's, 7:30; p.m. Community Church _. '-. 473-2692 4/26 Interview, call 468-2908.W..train Itpd after 4 pm, Mon.-Frl. Anytime VIDEO DISC PLAYER! Along with. 7
Educational Building Keyvton. BRICK HOME 3 BR. 2 BA. Low down pay. FRENCH )PEOVENTtAl Desk chair, :' 4/36 weekend.' 9647625. Itpd 4/26 discs $400 for all. For further Information .
H.lghta.732790.. 1/3 tfnchg ment. Phone 473-3757 w nlngs. 3/15 ,dressed,. chest. Call after 6 p.m. NEED 8 PEOPLE serious. about losing COMFORTABLE HOME WITH LOTS OF call 964-8634. Itpd 4/26
BINGOiAMERrCAN LEGION HALL- Post tfn 73-A021.,4A261tchg, weight. rye last 43 pounds In 7 week. STORAGE Rented month to month COLOR. TVi $99 and op. Next to'Stork

203. SR-21,, north. Keystone Height. "FENCEPOSTSi ."-S" round r long. $4.25 so con you Call 468-2908. 9 AM to 9 basis. $350/mo. $350/dep.' 9645610. Truck Stop, south of Stark 9648212..
4/26 tfn
Sal; 7 p.,.,.; Sun., 2-5 PM. Itpd 4/56 11/34 tfn
p.m.; Mon. limited.
PETS each. Supply 4733663. 4/26- 9 BR NO PETS 383 W.
percentage *. DO YOU WANT TO MARE $100/WK EXTRA Washington. RABBITS For pets or meat Lawrence
7-10
game p.m.'Public Invlted.
3/29 tfnchg 2tchg 5/03. ? Call Allegro McRoe?, 9646929.,, 96/-5584. Itchq 4/26 Meng 6 ml. 301 South. .46 -l'I 15. tfn,
1 AKC REGISTERED CHOW PUPPYl Call LANDSCAPING OR FENCING Hond-split Tiara Exclusive Early American gift SMALL HOUSE FOR RENTi Furnished.962 MOBILE HOME ,SUPPLIES Windows. *
YI HELP WANTED 904.282-0903.4/12 tfn Flo. cec/or.kncepoa./ 7* long $1.50 In glass. 4/05 4tchg 4/26 N. Tempi Av*. 964-5193. 4/26 door, plumbing'and elec.' supplies
FOR SALE-REGISTERED TOY FRENCH eoch. While ,supply lasts. 473-3663. ,. MANAGER) Pp-O Food Store I I. now HOUSE INSiDE CITY LIMITS 3 BR, 2 BA.CHSA. alto' furniture. BARGAIN CENTER, .1
POODtl F.mol.block. S mo. old. 4/26 2tchg 5/03 taking application .Apply"620 S. Call for on oppt. Available May mil. South of Starke. 3/01 tfn
BARBER' STYLIST wonted: Call 473-4592 ,Hou.ebroken, has oil shots and rabies, Walnut Street. ../05 tfn 964-7071.. Itchfl 4/26
after 6 p.m. 3/22 tfnchg tag. .-'ookv. $175. 473-7739. LOSTFOUNDI' THREE ROOMS 8. BATHS Furnished apart. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
STYLIST NEEDED for newly expanded m.nt. $154)1_ plus $75/sec. dep. Noutlllll.
facility Mutt be experienced- In all Classified Ads Want Ads Get :Results ... No pet. 96+8071. Itpd 4/26 .RENT fLEASE
phase. of cosmetology ,Doris' Hair Get Results 'TOY POODLE Apricot coloring female.. HOUSE 3 BR. I .A. Carpet.. $225/mo.
Clink., Contact Lois Olsen,' 475-2311. lost April B north of Melrose on SR 21, - '--, first and lost $100 sec. dep. No pets or FOR SALE OR TRADE Two-tory
4/19-5/24 6t Keystone Heights; Co7s.1634.,4/19!' BHyKs *6sBssmWb4BHswf J children. 96 .5513. Itchg 4/26 building. NW corner of Coll and
:: r Call Doris 473-2210 .. ID' I TRAILER IN STARKE AREAi'3 BR. Z BA. Thompson Streets (formerly Stump's
v AVON TERRITORIES AVMIAILEs In and .' Norman $330! month plus villi..... For more Information Department Store), Clyde W. Simpson
around Keystone/Melrose. For details Contracting I call 473-4456 after 4 PM. 1119 Barnett Bank Bldg.. Jacksonville.
'fall Shlrtle at 473-4836. 4/19-26 2lpd Nettles' Itchg 4/36 FL 32303 4/26 4tchg 5/17
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I Mfrbilb Horn Tree', "' y.j. 'HELP WANTED A Cleaning utilities paid. No children or pet*. On CARS A TRUCKS
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1 Call 473-7834 301 S. Siesta Apt. '964-7S89.,1chg 4/36
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*Also pruning. demosslngj Experienced Only Year round 1 I Shop & Compare!! $239/7 mos. A $500 equity. Firm. Con
FIREWOOD I 11 be seen at Palm Apt*., N. 301. Sat. I
Oak..l_ Club I Special Insurance for 81 4-OOOR RABBTTl Loaded. $4995. Sun. 961.1358.4/12 tin
I Camp BSanding Service. 4737394. Itehg 4/36 '-
Free Delivery I .. I Mobile Home Parks tt7B FORD 44. PS PB. AC, 4-Sp. '351
f I .. 74 DODGE DARTI Slant 6: PS: P8..AC,
f Licensed S Insured 533-2050; tt, I All types of homeowners $685. 782-3307. Itchg 4/26 964-872I..4/19 2tchg 4/26
1978 VW DASHER STATION WAGON
f Quality Work policies for 1977 CHEVROLET VAN C-20 PS PB AC
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Must sellVery good condition. Lowmileage.
Thomas D. Nettle : I mobile homes. good tire; run good.$1575. 782-3307. 23MPG. $3.000. 9648559.'

Land pport nltl..... 4 Owner. 494.1231I Call for Quote Itchg 4/26 Itchg 4/26
t .-Clos to Keystone Heights Golf Course, churches 1968 CADILLAC OEVHIB SlOAN Good mi VW RABBITt 'DI..... AC. Excellent.
41' lOIIn'a MobileHome'Sales condition. $1500.1 Call
f.t and .school..Prices range from,$2,950 to 964-3606 operating, Can be seen at Olln't Mobil. condition Best offer over $2995,
964.7955.4/26 2tpd 5/03
.. $12.500.
Horn Center Hwy. 100 West Stork.
79 CHEVROLET TRUCK, long wheelbase
Just Listed... I Elaine, M. Olin Agent Itchg 4/26 ,automatic transmission,,309 V-. _
r SILVER; RIDGE: H Ac, lots on high rolling !J 964-5606 7S GMC PICKUPS Call after 5:00: PM. runs good. Good .tires. $)$1173
(Ipnd. Lots of tr... Some with lake view. All l 782-3135. Itpd 4/36 782.3307I1tchg 4/26. "
1 with I lak.access., Excellent;terms. Only $145 1979 VW RABBITl 4-',.. ; good gas 73 CHEVROLET IMPALA Good body and
down. Now Accepling. AppNcafions. ; I mileage. $2200 negotiable. 964-6837. Interior; AC. weak motor. $350
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AlNDIAM' LAKE WOODS: '/. Ac. to 2 Ac. ak'. I t
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Community 'w t.r. Some overlooking Indian '
OPPORTUNITY
CAREER TUaklRf iktal ,", ...
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PARADISE VIEW ft KEYSTONE OAKS: Only a ty 6th'Street v IN SALES ft DELIVERY .tot?.0H. r. hint t. am
few lot left.;. From % 'Ac, to )1.3 Ac, Close out. : 1003 S.W. Weoff.rexc.ll.nf.mptoye.benefits and I I
1.24 Ac. dn.
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.,.Nam )your terms. .f, Lake.Butler, Florida 2'. Ac$1,000 dn. i f ( ,. Equal Opportunity ;; -
; *MQ81LE HOME LOTS; 2% ,,"c. on paved road., .' ._ .14. . ". ...... -$ Ac'; $2,000 down. ] Employer.;., .UatiaJ i InnilriM.. Call
From $300 down'and $60 per mo. Only 7 I.ft I 11 'T'.-- --- f" e5 A, Wen S Septic,$3,300, I Edwards 111,1/r IRtI) leer
964-8oM4 1038 Rd.4
t *20 ACRES PLUS) Surrounded by I : : Un. I
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development.'Excellent Inv.stm.nt opportunity J FEATURES ; .STATELY OLDER HOME-2 I .........

at $40,000 cash or $43.000 term .. .. .
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COMMERCIAL LOTS AVAILABLE; On major! .'Central Heat 8 AIr. ,9 Private Patios (tone bedroom) : shady front porches lot fruit, tree*., 6 r --

highway. W.will finance at 10HN Interest. Wall to Wall Carpeting .1'.Walk-In Closets i-'-' pecan) tree and hop.
"A GOLF COURSE LOTS:' H to 1.5 Ac. In the most : Custom DrakesMatchlng'Stove} Cab!.TV Connections /, $49.000. -

l r i beautiful area of the Keystone Golf Course.Only a '& Hood a Free Water, Sewer &Trash Ser:'| EXCEPTIONALLY NICE-21 i 'This Weekend
a few and they are moving lost. Maintenance Si1 BR 2 BA doubowide'mobil. ,
Full
v GQLF CLUB DRIVE; Vs' Ac; lot with wide trontoge e Laundry: Facilities. : ; home on 1.7 ocr..
/' 'on paved rood. community Water Easy Screened, enclosed porch.\: : .
.; 'walking' distance to Club House.Just coming on 'Professional" N.anagement.I' 10x14 shelter. Was I :1' Go To The Movies
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.the._mai.s.Liberal ..rms.Jack.Courtnay. I' : $28. OO. NOW $26.000. I Ie14. ..
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498-3141 '' ,.:' imp; pasture; fenced. 3 r .
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I News Briefs 2Starke ; \',:. ''! .
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unlawful speed, $39 cost.
Williams
3 Injured in Accident ing charged with disorderly intoxication ,, 11, _.?, ','ii.*;f'', off the road striking .the'.ditch bank Timothy Alvin Thornton driving Jerry Coontz improper tag paid.
by Williams he was placed in Prevatt) received three'yeaip' ". probity; and ending up in the bushes according while intoxicated, fined $28150, Coontz improper start, fined$39.
Near Keystone HeightsThree Trooper D. C Roberts patrol car and Lion for each charge the sentences T6 to Trooper D. C, Roberts, license suspended six months, 50 CoonU fleeing or attempting to
was told not to smoke.Johnson light run concurrently was ordered by Circuit Griffis was taken by Rescue 60 to hours community work, attend DWI elude fined $55.2$ paid.
involved In head-on cigarette and burned a hole in the seat Judge Elzie S. Sanders in Bradford Bradford Hospital where he was. school, Salvation Army supervision. Lloyd Davis, Jr. driving while
people taken a to of the patrol car. Johnson was additionally County Circuit Court. treated for minor Injuries. David Jim Browning driving while license suspended, $35 cost.
collision CR-315 Bap-
were ,
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In Jackson- charged with criminal Damage to the Ford in the 8:15: p.m. Intoxicated, fined 281.50, license Davis failed to drive in single lane,
Memorial
tist Hospital mischief, according to Trooper Judge Sanders also sentenced tour accident was $200. suspended six months, 50 hours com .
ville by Life-Flight Tuesday evening Roberts. Florida State Prison inmates,,tfor munity work Salvation Army supervision fined $59,25.Jammie
Teresa Newsome no valid
(April 24) Smith and Johnson were releasedon possession of Jorge Carlos attend school.
weapons. DWI .
of Traffic Criminal' driver license fine $59.25.
'i Barbara Deckert Keystone
their own recognizance Wednesday Perez was sentenced to one year to Browning no tag, fined $29.
Heights, driving a 1983 Toyota, was Bond Johnson with time be- In Bradford Court Marie C. Gardner no valid driver
morning for was run consecutively now Ronald D. Sedgewlck improper tag valid
license
in the southbound license, produced ,
northbound on CR-15 set at $300. Smith's bond was set at ing served. Johnny Alexander Clem- and driving while license suspended,
lane A 1977 Toyota, driven by '$350. mons, Matthew A. Fowler and Jose 'Eighty-one cases were scheduled to dismissed pay $10 cost. '
Karen Sue Rivas, 26, of Jacksonvillewas Albert Crawford each received 18 ad- be heard in Bradford County Traffic- dismissed by state attorney. Emanuel N. Ktondes, Jr. entering
southbound in the southboundlane Two Arrests ditional months in three separate Criminal Court April 16 before Judge Peter B Tobey violation nonresident highway'from private driveway, $33
of CR315. The left front of cases. The state was represented by George H. Pierce. The following requirements for driver cost.Klondes .
Deckert's vehicle struck the Rivas For PossessionA Assistant State Attorney John Jay defendants received final disposition license, $25 cost. no tag $15.Misdemeanor.
vehicle in the left front, according to driver stopped for failure to keep Gontarek In.the change of plea hear Tobey unlawful speed, $25 fine.
Trooper Richard H. his vehicle in a single lane and his ings Donald Nixon Davis, driving while Kenneth Loren Delong driving
Deckert, passenger Barley Scott were arrested April 20 and jj." intoxicated, fined $2X1.50, license while license suspended or revoked, Court \
Forrester, 23, of Keystone Heightsand charge with of mari- ,"' suspended six months, 50 hours community $25 cost.
possession '
Rivas had to be extricated from Deer Causes ; work under supervision of Christopher Edwin Sims driving, In Bradford County
the automobiles but were in stable juana.Benjamin F. Ross, 22, of Lawtey Minor Accident 'M J Salvation Army, attend driving while while license !suspended, $25 costs, Defendants
intoxicated DWI)) school. receiving final disposi-
condition when taken by Life-Flight. Sims no tag, $13 cost.
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and 23, of Starke
Damage to the Deckert Toyota was Harry McDougal A deer crossing SR-235 south of New Leo Carter driving while license Purvis Edward Griffis tions in Bradford County Misde-
D.
$7,000. Damage to the Rivas Toyotawas were arrested While by their Trooper vehicle W was River was blamed for an accident suspended or revoked, fined $59.25. while license suspended or revoke meanor Court April 16 before Judge
4500. Langston. April 20 where a vehicle ended up in nne Poston driving while fined $59.25.James George H. Pierce were:
the said he swelled
stopped trooper '. Intoxicate
the bushes. : fined $281.50, license Francis
Charges are pending In the accident marijuana. A search revealed marijuana Dougherty
said Trooper Keeling. A 1977 Ford driven by Steven Matthew suspended six months. attend DWI while license suspended or revoke William Arthur Smith battery$25
Both
the floor mat. men
under cost,violate no laws,six months court
with possession of less Griffis, 17,of Lawtey was south- school 50 hours community work, fined $85.50.James .
were charged bound SR-235 when deer crossedin Salvation probation
on a supervision Army Raymond Williams
than 20 Bond for the chargewas
Three InjuredIn grams. front of the vehicle. Griffis went to Poston failure to drive within a while icense suspended or revoke Robert Odom criminal mischief
Union AccidentThree set released at $250 after Ross and surety McDougalwere bonds the left to avoid a collision, running single lane, $25 cost. $35 cost. paid fine$85.50 plus $184 restitution

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people were injured in a two
car accident April 21 at SR-1217231 .
Lake Butler. LB ManArrested i
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Donna Tetters Mills :37, 'of Wor- on' 1 A 'p: '

thington Springs and passenger < '
Richard John Mills, 11, were taken to DWI Charge S ,
Shands Hospital in Gainesville. Foxwell Ennis of Lake a : .
Marion
had internal injuriesand
Richard
possible
Butler was arrested on April 21 in
suffered lacerations on the
Donna Union County on a charge of driving ,
back and neck, according to Trooper
validdriver's .
while Intoxicated and having no
W. D. Langston.The driver of the second ttiLJPfifi's '
according to arresting
vehicle, Tasha D. Ward 17 of license '
officer Steve W. Marsee.
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Lake Butler was taken to Alachua
Bond was set at $500 on the .first
General Hospital for a broken leg.
charge and $150 on the second.
Mills driving a 1971 Ford was nor-
thbound on SR-231, failed to stop at a
stop sign at the intersection of SR-121, St. Pete ManArrested

according 1982 Toyota to Trooper driven Langston.A by Ward. was on DWI CLIP AND REDEEM THESE, VALUABLE COUPONS TODAY! !

westbound on SR-121 striking the Paul Joseph Madden of St.
Ford in the right side as it pulled in its Petersburg was arrested on April 23
pathway. in Union County on a charge of driv-
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Damage to the Toyota was $4,000. ing while intoxicated and driving
Damage to the Ford was $2,000 in the while license is suspended or revoked, DISH CLOTHS : TT1L1COF1 I WASH CLOTHSDaisy's ;:.
7:35 p.m. accident. according to arresting officer Gary
Seay. Waffle Weave I: I Bouquet of Colors I I I.I I.
Hawthorne Men Madden was released on bond total- I I I f I I II
Two ing $350. $250 for the DWI charge and II
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Arrested For DrinkingTwo $100 for the second charge. : I : : I !I !I
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Hawthorne men were arrested I
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April 24 by the Florida Highway Starke Man Gets Colors17"x14" I I I 1 I
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Patrol charged 3 Years ProbationA I I I II
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fense. -WildFlowers I
Foster Shi Smith. 53, was charged 20-year-old Starke man received I Limit2 Regular 79c I i Values to 1.991 I L ToChoose. Limit 5'ir 'I
with driving while intoxicated and three years probation April 23 in con- rrr rrr-r-rwrrrr- r----rrr rr-errr-1 .::..rrrrrrrr.r .. '
driving while license suspended, according nection with two thefts in Autust 1983. r
to Trooper B. A. Williams. Joesph Alan Prevail pleaded guiltyto
Smith was stopped at 4:55 p.m.for the grand theft and burglary in taking
William from two Corvettes one ... ... .... ___ ,
traffic violations. Passenger equipment rrr------- --- rrr.rrrrrrrrr' --- --- ------
C. Johnson 50, was told to keep quiet at Terwillegar Motors and one at at t
and stay in the car, according to home on Water Street in Starke : COOK & BAKE MITTS : CROCHET, THREAD : 1'( POT HOLDERS J,

Trooper Johnson Williams.was Intoxicated and would Prevail, which attempted includewd to sell an the optional equipment I Assorted Patterns i I, : Aunt Lydia i I Q.:As. !Jtht ,, Pai exgt, '; .u:r

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Criminal-General !' ', FrancifeMmg, 30, of Ramp Lucy Lynn Brightwell, 20,of Stark reverse the S7.3 million Judgement Butler ended Up ina yard Ap jLE3., vehicle' skidded, tideway striking: a
,ton was arrested. April 23 for: driving. carded him against Mobil Chemical. ;;; '"sa:. AM. house then struck a pWked |980&xtlac +
of WM arrested Apr 20 and charged .
Change Plea according t$ ': 11'et'bfth It'iou .. !. nd.' ( which was kno>pdlnt0)i) pumphouge
with. driving while Intoxicated, according ) :! "
The following defendants appeared to Trooper Cangston. whUe1icense'E' : hawk n filed suit 'a'iltll ai" Mobil t! ids a o$,lost according, to ffeoopej; T. C.
In Bradford County Criminal-General Wing was stopped on US-301. his << set at 120U44 because he claimed that Mocap, a li- control, ran tiff the right shoulder, Pace. Damage to the Poutiac was .
Court April 16 before Judge George H. blood alcohol content was .13 percent. Brightwell was released on her own Mobil nematiclde-insecticide"breached and sold by ,struck en? s 1 with Jh J4t! front of the $1,000>, to u..F1VrJoutn'ItRmtGta'CWIno..crot' was |7S4i. ,
Pierce. < Bond for the charge was set at$300. recognizance. express implied ., .
warranties and knowingly made certain -" .
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,Ming was released on his own wasarrested ',, .
Kimberly Denise Cohens charged Ronald Lloyd Byers of Starke misrepresentations in connectionwith
with battery, bled guilty to assault, recognizance. ] April 20 for driving while Intoxicated the sale" of the chemical: New'Life Carpet Cleaning Service ) "..'

adjudication withheld sentenced to 60 Eugene Franklin Norman was arrested wilful reckless driving CIRCULAR DRY FOAM METHOD :P..' .
Vehicle Hits House'In >
days probation and 30 hours com.munity April 21 and charged with driving failure to exhibit license on demand,. '
work under Salvation Army while intoxicated,according to U. and refusing to sign citation accor Lake Butler COOKftrH473 ,
supervision, $50 court cost, violation William( ding to Patrolman Willie Searcy., .37 ".
no laws. Norman TUloUon.stopped US-301, his Byers was stopped at 12:54: a.m. A1973 Plymouth swerving to miss a ..Work.. OuofwrtMif Kmton. *rtotahM, till'\ / .
was on I.
Robert John Odom driving while In- Total bond for the charges was set at dog in the road on sRi 10 Jn!. Lair.* ,
blood alcohol '
content was .10 percent. -- --- ..-...,... .. .. .- ,
toxlcated &; driving with unlawful"alcohol $329. Byers was! released on his own
Bond for the charge was set at 8300. ; ::V-: "
blood level, dismissed by. the Norman,' was released on his ownrecognizance. recognizance. .' '_-. .. FLORIDA I '
state attorney. ,
Odom driving while license Hawkins files federal :
THEATRE
suspended fined$111.75. Adro Lester Johnson 27, of Starke; '
appeal in Cancer
Odom a second charge of fined was arrested April 21 and charged crop Stark6845451
while license suspended, with7 driving while intoxicated, according damage. suit

$111.75. to Trooper Langston. "School ain't out till the last bell 7 DAYS ,
big Odom, fined wilful-wanton$111.75. reckless Adrlv...; Johnson: was stopped; on CR-225 rings," said Union County farmer,. I __1_ '. ,
north of Lawtey at 12:33 a.m.. his Carl R. Hawkins, when herfiled Fri. thru 1
"Bobby" ,
Ronald Wayne Stewart pled guilty blood alcohol content .20 Thur.f .
was percent. '"
an appeal In the federal courts to .. It' "
to disorderly Intoxication IE trespass,'. Bond for the charge was set at$300, "try again" after the, Fla. State \ l IHtstrikestfce tWngytJuUl
fined $69.25 and placed on court probation Johnson was on his own From the flint .
released hear the '
Supreme Court refused to appeal -, ? '
for 60 I ,
days, must violate
po. recognizance. 1aUQh.. your bG hooked nkabootJstheexpea.'j
laws.,. eta. district court's,.dPddrptio... \ ,

TrafficViolationsIn Some form of cancer aIrikes'I"
tf about two out of three fan expensive therapy.Fora
Bradford County '- OtAnaaoonlingthe surprisingly,reasonable '
Cancer. rate.
( Seven traffic violations were Issued "4 .. Society* Talk withiyourUbertjr
\ by local authorities during the .past _.___._...:::::I.,t t But thereto i ti. ..
week in Bradford C unty' MCff SCHOOt GYM JL.II ==.::-..:::: .w.t"GIf; ,I,, more hop than 'National Ag '' ;;
I Bryan Horace Harding. 24, 'ofStarkePalatka ., ....' ever before I r onetoone.about '
arrest} FLD row ; Withomtinu-/ : all the ,.
r was April 24 ; StMJWTJMS: ally improve benefits,fan*, ,
r and charged with driving while" my Jack Friday tl8, .;Q i, 7 ,fly coverage _.,, 'r.
I license suspended, according to otreJbnentmetli' '
vs options,
j Trooper B. A. Williams. : Buzz Sa,- S ">. 5, 7, 93O1 oda,more tod t ?: and prerruums wait- mnwreeancrpedents "
r Bond for the charge was et at$200 Mad Bog" Sawyer ( t.oprT. til,130, fogperioda.Hcancershould. :I". ,"
t Harding was released on his own US TAB TEAM Tr .' ,can and dob veto a nor .Y'
f recognizance. l ,.lMIlifeex ectan y.. strike your family.youH i. "
)) I : Barry Wlndham i Mike Rotundo The treatment\ is lonj and havemanythingstothtnk. ,..to)8l1y.
Nell Hall Johnson,46,of Starke was DJUV IN, : about Thecnetoftreatment I I
I' arrested April 21 and charged with BASS Chawo .& Hector Guerrero But therefe hope for that,too. should be the least of your "' '" ,
while I LaertyNationalican. uatcernr .
driving intoxicated, according' : Starko .964-7484 :. : I N.' '
I ..to Trooper W. D. lean ton. SOUTHERN TITLE 'po-4 ,can jo a long ytowardM1 n .
Johnson was stopped west of Starke Cow&oy Ron Bass Chief Joe UgMtoetversus I 4 Fri. thro Mao. OttLIBERTY /.
I on SR-16 at 5:10 p.m., her blood versus I ..r.,, tt W.
alcohol content was .25 percent. Mike Davis Black Bart ''. TOM ,S SCtUCK L [ '. ; I tt: r':
Bond for the charge was set at$300. NATIONAL
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.' She was released on her own 1.1 :,
r "If' Plus.2 other matches LaI'- "
COODnKNBSIORURE, ,
recognizance.Union rfu ow.> '
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'County ; Ax 1' >m,' AOVAMX TWtTrt OH'tJOT' PlIS : ; '

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Ads, _, !I ,: .- ... TO CHilL 475-.1095 I

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' I HELP WANTED :, "?! ;," -- AFTER: EASTER PLANT .SALE,:- .

,.GOVERNMENT lOSS.:: '$1.342\1J\', ;"tLou-Ann'S' Azalea & Blueberry ''Farm ; ,.. "

$75.177/year. For Information call', .' ; '
805.687-4000.Ext.aR-7000! (Call refun, Take 100 West to 24th Avenue; turn,right to, arm ,

GOVERNMENT dabl..)4pd12.5l3 JOBS Thousand ot I, Now"'Open. Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m. fo 6! p.m. I STARKE.PLYMOU,I H,
vocancle mutt b. Illted Immediately* "" '
j" ., All Types of
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$17.634 to 50112. Call116-842.6OOCo\> E'
'':\ Ext. 35633 2--pd 4/14-26 .' LlllSaDll1 PLANTS I' '
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t, MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOME I Bo rr .
r .' flooded ttampod with'solf-addroscod.offer) P.talls: onwolopo-! rush ; -- Trucks Built'in.;America- .'

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TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES Are Offers You! ,, '
FOR,MNTt Union County Tlnwn, 130 4- 4 Speed,,. 2 lter' Eayitte

Main 'Str.t lalio BotUr. Phone, ,.- ,... '" .., M A .
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a.krJANE; 8.: USHER,' REALtOR: ,remote mlfrorj.AM/FH/ radio.>HC. PS. PB,
496-3126 or 496-2903, eve.. Your I t :=:-- wheelsw/w iadfCs:' "
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SERVICES :2DORMAN : Eggs Patty Sausage, Link Sausage,
PERSONA
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; WELL AND SEPTIC TANK ? "Orqvy, Cantaloupe, 2.. $7753

,, package deOl; _II. drlll.d wat.rpumps I '' Oranys: ,Marmalade' Strawberry Jam *r.ti .,
new Installation ot ..ptlc \. ",Honeydews. .. ,
tank, drain ..held and lift elation' -- LUNCHEON L.n :; ;, -..-- ..' "
Mobile home pole ovolloWe. All work .- I" _SPECIAL: .8 f -OOO: MIle.Warranty fhutttra! Prelecfiw i

5'"'' guaranteed'I call TommyDormatr: i I.,I ,-... t- a.m..to 3:00: p.mj SAVE-SAVi I '
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"'*: 496-2219 or..496-3143 for 'ID' Charger
'\,.' 'Spread FaE$ Est tali_ .*. S and W( Ent.rriW." I INl"l'nH :, One, Of Your Favaites The All ,Hew 1984 Dodge ,

'UFN 9/39 11"IVla firewood.oak T...., removal and piner i andptvYsIYp '" 3 ALt' You:cAR roe Mr'I : c' '2 tone paint bucket ,seats,, tinted '
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V; NEW ufn 12/22 CRHMT I .erdl. Nobody' fWjff.AUo \ wheels, PS; 'PB,,, ,raHy InstnimeBl. ;
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j )" tight.Phone 275-21tL 0\'eS.n ChoIce of ; y "
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I. Obituaries.Annie ... .. decWoai l.on. l.

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L. Elston Morgan flclating. Burial was In Crosby takeCemetery S. M. Brown Srfs';';1' Lake Butler in charge of arrangements IJ"
Mrs. Annie Laurie Elston Morgan. under the direction of St. Maurice (S.M.) BrownSrdfi70! .' ''. t'' ,
74, of Starke, died Monday morning, Jones Funeral Home of Starke. of Worthington Springs;.died Friday Thanks system or a a.at pump...
April 23,at her home following a long mornng| In Alachua "General Card of
Illness. Mrs.Corrine C. Louth ,Gainesville ,
Hospital following an
extended
Born in Dunnellon Mrs. Morgan Mrs. Corrine Cuma Louth, 60, of illness ,: :.. The family of the late Joe S. Starl- Choof..>.of llM decorator tolvphonMwtrtt ''
moved to Starke in 1935 from Keystone Heights died Saturday A life long resident of Union County, ing acknowledges.with JbearifeR ap. .v ry Yort c.ntra.lr coitdlllonlnQtyitwnor
Williston; was a retired school night, April 21, at Bradford Hospital, Mr. Brown was a'member of,.Har- predation our many friends and .krwn. now heal pump PUNhaMdondMay JUf.: .':
teacher from Bradford County and at- Inc. following) a brief Ulness. mony Freewill Baptist Church J-served family members who were so ; .
tended Madison Street Baptist Born in Defiance,Ohio. Mrs. Louth as County Commissioner of gracious to us during the illness and 4 UptoallOvelu.Mp.ndlnon.lyl.. "
Church. moved to Keystone Heights from Sat- District 3 for 12 years; and was a at the time of the homegoing of our r f q cho..tt." '
Survivors 'include her husband, suma seven years ago. She was a retired farmer. t husband. and father. : I,
Harmon P. Morgan Sr. of Starke; retired bookkeeper and a member of Survivors include his wife Mrs: Your prayers, presence, :flowers, rVMcamfort/'ttwlanalyill.ond the Yorkrecommendation
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one't.on,Harmon P.Morgan,Jr.of St. the Keystone United Methodist Avis McDavid Brown of Worthington memorial gifts food,cards and other moil.._nliv.system but,Ih.. on.Ihof
PeteYsburg; four sisters, Miss Marie Church.She was also a member of the Springs; one daughter Carol expressions of love will never be lh..right decision rot you \
Elston and Mrs. Rosalie E. Stell, both Keystone Heights Chapter 279, Orderof Malphurs of Alachua; one .;'son, forgotten. Our sincere thanks to you ; .1'
of Williston, Mrs. Grace E. Carter of the Eastern Star and the Starke Maurice Brown. Jr. of Worthington all and may God bless you. I -F t High SEER rating rly :
Jacksonville and Mrs. Dorothy E. Elkettes. Springs; one sister, Mrs. Mavel We are so thankful for God's grace : All colls' have quality copper
Rowell of Oklawaha and two grand- Survivors Include her husband, Spires of Immockalee, Fla.;, four that has sustained, us throughout tubing !' I ;
children. Herbert H. Louth of Keystone grandchildren and one great grand- these days. We know that our loss is Comfort cooling et sensible 1 f. .
Funeral services were held at 2p.m. Heights; one son Larry: D. Louth of daughter. ..' Heaven's gain and that one day prices t "
on Tuesday April 24, in theDeWitt Houston, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. Funeral services were held Sunday, through faith in Christ, we shall see i York warrantyWAYNE
C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Sandy Koenig of Wapakoneta, Ohio April 22, at 3 p.m. in Harmony him again. .''
Robert C. Gillis officiating. Burial and Mrs. Merlene Hager of Buckland, Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. DorU,Starling and gel a fre x t':
was in Prevatt Cemetery under the Ohio; six grandchildren and one great James Roebuck officiating. Burial Roman& Betty Alvarei
direction of Jones Funeral Home of grandchild. was in Ft. Call Cemetery in Union Frank&Sue Starling telephone to spread t.
Starke., Funeral services were held at 2 County with Archer Funeral Home of Marty&Jessie Starling
p.m. Monday, April 23, in the -- I, "
Cozie EldridgeMr. Keystone United Methodist Church -4111 I the word. KINNEY t"t"'V
Cozie Eldridge, 75, of Starke, with Rev. David Landers pastor, of II I #
died Wednesday April 18, at his.home ficiating. Burial was in Memorial i 8 : 'r
Starke
following a sudden attack. Park, Lima Ohio,with Jones Funeral I Family ,Planning, ClinicTubal i
Born in Nashville Ga., Mr. Home of Keystone Heights in charge )K 1
Eldridge moved to Starke in 1955. He of local arrangements. Tubes .
Llgatlon ( tied) & Vasectomies '"--"'
retired from the U.S. Coast Guard
and was a veteran of World War II Charlie R. Cooper 964-8786
and the Korean Conflict.Mr.Eldridgewas Charlie Robert Cooper 87, of No Hospital stay necessary No abortions performed ,
Starke. died Wednesday April 18, in, ;; = !
of the Protestant faith. .
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Survivors include three brothers the Veteran's Administration Medical I, "..... ., -(
John M. Eldridge of St. Augustine Center, Gainesville, following. a long u --" --.
andJ.P. Illness. .--"'- '.. .. ,. ..
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Henry Eldridge of Columbia, S.C. R --' __ _' ..... --
Eldridge of Jacksonville; two' Born In Dublin, Ga., Mr. Cooper I
sisters Mrs. Marie Sumner of moved to Bradford County in 1912; 1 -
Douglas Ga. and Mrs. Nancy E. was a retired farmer and a U S.Army .,. : The. Quantity
Grider of Starke; and several nieces veteran of World War II. He was a o "
and nephews, including Kenneth C. former member of the First Baptist ,USDA .ChoicerBool Rights
Grider of Starke. Church of Starke and the local
Funeral services were held at 2 American Legion Post. t Aoaorved
p.m. FrIday. April 20, at graveside Survivors include two brothers M eat
with Rev. Jerry Chancey officiating. Gratton C.Cooper of Lake Placid< ,andJames
Burial was in Willacoochee M. Cooper of Mayport. .
Cemetery Willacoochee Ga., under Funeral services were held at 10:30: .' Ie:7..s.rt. -
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof a.m.Saturday,Afril21.ln the DeWittC. ,
Starke. Jones Leroy 105 Edwards fluidFood Stamps'WefcoftriStarfca
'Olive officiating. Burial was in S'jore
Rev. James E. Starling Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the I 964-8290 a
Rev.James Edward Starling, 50,of direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke; died Thursday, April 19, at Starke. -
Bradford Hospital, Inc. following a U.S.B.A. Cholet.Beat fr s oars
brief illness. William Welch RounSteak Growled
Born in Lawtey Rev. Starling wasa William Faber (Fay) Welch, 81, of Cuba Steak Ceef
lifelong resident of Bradford County Waldo died Wednesday morning in
and was pastor of the First Baptist the Alachua General Hospital, I
Church of Graham. Gainesville, following a brief illness. $119Ib. $22! $12S.IIk:
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Born in Hazen,Ark.,Mr.Welch had I, .
Is old? Is it showing
Eloise Dobbs Starling; one son, lived most of his life in Waldo; was a your carpet I
James Alton Starling; two daughters clerk with the Seaboard Coastline wear and age that you haven't: :. Homemade .UeSeieA. Chics I..f Florida Premium Frjsr
Mrs. Janna Eloise Samons and Miss Railroad until his retirement; and noticed because you see It every- .
Julie Lynn Starling, all of Starke; his was a member of the First United day?? The carpet in your home or I Country StyloSausage Sirloin Tip Lags, Breast,
mother, Mrs. Ola Futch Starling; one Methodist Church of Waldo. business projects your Image,
brother Rev. Charles R. Starling; Funeral services were held Fridayat Perhaps you need to take a .R..t Thighs
one sister,Mrs.Geraldine S.Norman 2 p.m.in the First United Methodist closer look at your carpets.
aU of Lawtey.Funeral Church in Waldo with the Rev. Lewis Replacement carpet is in orderif
services were held Easter Trimbley, Rev. Fred Yerkes and Dr. the old carpet is badly worn, 9ge $ 21 9Se i t
Sunday April 22, at 3 p.m.in the First Nathan Boles officiating. Burial was showing signs of age,and fading.. ib. .*. i
Baptist Church of Graham with Rev. at 4 p.m. in Dekle Cemetery In Lake .
\ Alton Dobbs, Rev. Jimmy,Sullivan Butler under the direction of Archer Bright, new carpeting can give : 1
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Florida Premium
your home or office a completely Family Pack ).r. ,
and i Rev. Charles R. Starling\ of- Funeral Home. IlIIleLM I
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1 However, selection of new lp. Fry@Ib. Pr ( 'Ii"J: or'Ha l Hocks' !

carpet must be done with great:; '

April 30 final planting date' for crops care, Buy carpet that will stand,> I 58c' $17SfHi. 5ge
up under the conditions to whichit .

April 30 is the final planting date for "The final planting date of April 30 will be subjected.Heavy traffic
insured corn and tobacco in Bradford is the latest date established by FCIC areas require heavier carpets. Fresh Country Style Fresh SfattCelery Largo Hoad ;
and Union'' Counties according to to plant and expect a normal crop to Come in today and allow one of .
John W. Lawrence Jr., District be produced. Crops Initally planted our courteous salesmen advise Pork Ribs ; Littuce }
Director for the Federal Crop Inafter this date are not Insurable," you on the right carpet to fit your .
surancb Corporation FCIC). Lawrence said. needs. .. t'
"Acres of corn and tobacco planted Farmers wishing to discuss'local 99c 25 33Ceach ,
by April 30. insured by FCIC (or by a conditions l such as excessive Teal Tile .Ib. AfiJlll, :
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must be reported by June 10 to should contact their local, authorized &. Carpet ., I

receive."full Lawrence crop said insurance. cropinsuranceagentassoonaspossicoverage ble. 131 N. Cherry St. Come In and }register, for ;.

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Ii : Girl Scouts Celebrate Leader Day < .' ,..:", .I., Ifflcr('lor'4'' .:r81i1( .I -.

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Last:sunaay was Girl Scout Leader', ff'i61 a registered ,
Day concluding volunteer scout as well as smmLawfey
:r Several troops planned week. lending a helping hand as needed for
surprises for singing or whatever
their leaders such as the '
large cookieI Iht
given to Senior Advisors Lila .. Dot was in scouting a girl for two grass
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years earning her First Class.Before
Carole
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and .
Laurie : her
Mullins and a special marriage Dot had a troop in Music CODyention '
for Laurie
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Jacksonville.After she and John mar- t ,
Brownie, Leaders Susan "i"j, ,
Coins and ried and moved to North Carolina Dot ." j
Goodner '
Susan '
were
surprised with took :
a over Troop 8 which
was the
cake a ,their in meeting and Cadettes numer of bee troop while In Jackson- A JantM"Wh ClaHt" Crept >A W.|M' 3l.tica Prodictlen4"Experience
'gave a party
one of the loft luttes at ville. '
the Days Inn in Savannah April 15 for During the past 28 years Dot has the Lawt y Bluegrass Tradition" .
leaders
Joyce Sutton
and Carolyn worked with. Intermediates
thru
r Eaves Gateway Council Seniors In December 1964 she April 21 28 2D 1 984I:

'leaders by letter and thanked a ,green baU all, became USA where Neighborhood she served Chairman for seven for ', ,, :

: point pen \ years,they lived In Gainesville at that at "
: time. She continued to '
serve as
r I Remember It Is never too late to lay .'organizer and trainer after their '
thanks to a scout leader. They move to Lave Mllsi ParOn ,
are Keystone Helghta as well as k- ', :
volunteers l who give many hours of Camp Director for five years. Dot :
l'' their time for the betterment of the also served the State RoOd off '
I' scout, so tell him on Gateway Board of 225 U.S. 301 r low ey / -..
or her that Directors :
I you ape ,;as:secretary for a three- "
predate what they do. vr'featuring
term.
year '
1, '",'1"Dot Is now working with Brownie : i > <.J: '.
i Cadettes are working oh"the 364 and Cadette-Senior '
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Troop :
!, Creative Cooking interest patch.with in Keystone Heights. :country Gentlemen Soturdoy"&sunday :"
Than several talented people; Volunteers like these are what keep
I' to Diane Douglas who told' the scouting program, we really ap- Alonzo and Oscar Show Friday only
about nutritious snacks from your kitchen preciate them. Leaders Pat FriedUn and Dot; Rowe
and the food value of each.Olet- Davo Evans Bivarbend
\ ta Hardenbrook, who gave a tour of G. S. In Keystone Friday a Saturday:

(\: the how Methodist to Church food for kitchen and told Cadette Senior Troop 1 finished this Friday Night Only ThO GoinS BrOS. Friday&;Saturday '.
prepare large groups! Crime patch with the help of Officer 1
t then let every Cadette help prepares' ; Paul Jarosz. Also visiting meetingswere Skip Johns & The
Travelers
j new to most of the scouts,frit- Friday&SoJ"I, : ,
recipe.. John ,Van Plank from,,Millers "REBEL
STAND lAID"
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I y ; t;',' I,. ',. ''Mr QCerywho:;; Catlett talked from on Catlett shoplifting Gull and on Southland Express Saturday d,sundoyGloryland ,.
Delegates attending the Annual1 breaking & entering. Officer Jaroszalso In '
Gateway Girl Scout Council worked with Brownie Troop 304 Bluegrass Saturday, &Sunday .
last Thursday the 'school boar ,.&418 U complete their Crime patch. CLUB 2$ Southland "\ .,'
(;building In Jacksonville were Laurie The following are activities plannedfor Naiitthlsrs Saturday&Sunday :
Mullins, Andrea .
.Sutton; Elizabeth Waterhouse W. Givens Joyce and -their Keysone scout year area;, scouts conclude Starke Lanes I TICKETS AKB.SHeWTIWES' :: ,

Carolyn most Eaves from BU. It was,a"; May 1 at 7:30: p.m. at the Methodist ,Friday, April 21 8 p.m.to: 12 midnight's" ,, ', t'' :
interesting meeting with specialguest Church, Awards Night for Brownie SIGN UP NOW
Marion Conners giving a perfor Troops 364, 398 &418. Saturday, April 28 Moon to 12 mldnlght'18" .
mance as 'Daisy'. Everyone enjoyed ,)fay 8 at the Community Church at FOR SUMMER/LEAGUES A.
lunch at Crawdaddy's.belorereturtk 7:30 p.m., Awards for Juniors thru AT BOWUNB CENTER -.. .' Saturday,April 28 B p.m. to 12 mfdarieht 7"
ing. to Starke. Seniors (Troops 80,83 & 1), I Sunday April 29 -11 a.m. to 5 '6**
For more information call* Starke Lanes p III.,
Three Receive Tenure Find.... Brownies{ Do Their, Thing.. Weekend Pass *2." Childron. ,undor 12 Fro

Three area adult scouts received' 'Starke Lanes US 301 North. 964-8175 Shelter Concert' refunds
their tenure award pins for a total of Brownie Troop 302 visited the Santa .. area"rain or shine -no 1
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90 years in scouting last week'at. the. Fe Fire Tower March. 5..climbing. all .. .- .. .- > .. .l.. - Tfl Iff fflTMIfl tftt '
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annual council meeting. ,' : : the way to the top. -- -
: All from Keystone Heights Pat \ Brownie Troop 600 enjoyed an overt,
; Friedlin received her 40(-year pin and '. night at Patty Mullins home on SR-16 "' I
-.Dot Rowe received her 33-year pin during the school vacation. They had THE ,
"and Betty Jackson received her hotdogs; a hay'fide, hiked and were Financing
:20-year pin. chaperoned by Doc Mullins. OFFICE
,:' Pat, originally from Jacksonville, Leaders Andrea Waterhouse,Patty ) Available
I. .was a girl scout from Brownies Mullins and Carmen Eaves helped the i'
with
"through Seniors, serving as a leader'on -*' Brownies'prepare an Easter egg tree SHOP ;,'r payments
;. '- campus while attending Florida '' for the residents at Norma's Home on i of less than '.
{State University N. Walnut.St. which turned out very 110W Call St., '50**per month. Our Double Feature Special...: II
During school Pat'
high was president nice. 964.5764":
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Senior Planning Board: Cadettes who were in to 'training'the i' Stark,Fla. r
i After Pat married Buddy they both Amtrak::way were Carla McCut- I! and ( -
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I :! Pat served as Junior-Cadette Daniels, Viva Rlley, Mikki ,
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I i i : pees Zasa says there .W a lot or competition chores of scraping,, down their
,, til i Large authentic, Indian tee-pees are 1 betweenl the boys'whohas the animals,, cleaning their tack and
F"i set up within a matter of minutes and best '
r u i teepeewho can set op camp ttwi; watering their animals.
4 will sleep six at a time. Some staff quickest, the record being 41 minutes There is also a cooradeship evident
members bring along their families ,and who has the'cleanest'and' best, among the boys as they go about their
and live in mobile homes while other ,
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The Tallahassee lawmakers have a the saltwater fishery Are encouragedto But, why won't they do it?Or,WhatIs TerwiII@gar 'Motors ,;.->:,F'c ,..,,':';....' :' ::.:"::

chance to save the saltwater fishing write to their state senators and keeping them back from doing it a '
from being destroyed. They may representatives to help pass a resolution now? Any postponement of saving the \ .
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never get another chance if the now before the legislators. saltwater fishery will lead only to INVENTORY IS LOW 2. _.. _,
ishin petition drive does it for them. Two resolutions SJR 935 and HJR greater destruction of the fish, great ,
And,it appears that the Committeeto 1118,are now before the lawmakers to losses of a$9 billion per year business ,
Restore Florida's Fish and Wildlife act on and to .save the saltwater for the recreational fisherfolks, encourage .. .
,(CRFFWR) is most likely to have an fishery from 'destru Uon. The unhappy people who aren't Because Our Prices ; '"
ammendment placed, on the legislators could save the grassroots catching fish in Florida to go to other ., ,
November 1984 election ballot, since fisherfolks lots of time, work and 1Itates to fish,or even move to anotherstate "
more than 600,000 petitions have been more than $30,000.00 if they passedthe where fishing'is good because
distributed throughout the state. Now resolution to help save the, those other states have well establish ; t
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those signed petitions have to be col-, saltwater fishery;that is,if it isn't too ed conservation programs where the' are Lowest : :, :
lected and 300,000 must be validatedto late to save the.almost completely saltwater fishery, the fresh water
have the amendment to' transfer devastated saltwater fishery. More fishery, and the game are under one
the saltwater fishery to the Game and .importantly, the senators and agency Afterall, natural resource'' :
Fresh Water Fish Commission on the representatives could be statesmenby problems do not respond to political! in Florida or Georgia
ballot. placing the proposed resolution on solutions; no, natural resources pro -
Conservationists' 'and Florida the ballot for the concerned conservationists blems respond only to biologic solu '
fisherfolks who are concerned about, and Florida's fisherfolks) to tions. The saltwater fishery should betaken .
the decimated saltwater fishing are show that the government is truly for out of politics as soon as possi Our'Car; ft Truck Salts have been ,thi.st :
urged to sign a petition and return it the people, by the and the ble.Not : ) in, our.
to their county petition chairperson. people. why is it so difficult to put the only may this be the last opportunity -' -
",If the county has no petition chairperson question before the voters anyway? If for the lawmakers to help save'' I
i. write to Dr. Bob Barrickman, the lawmakers wanted the their political careers, as well. Some Dealership History. But dsn'f' worry, we,'have uliitsI!
t 2164 Dolphin Blvd., South, St: amendment .on the ballot in politicians already know that. So; let. ,
; '. Petersburg, Fl 33707 Or phone,((813) November 1984,they could do it easily us all help'save the fish. Sign a petition -: ,

t. 347-469B.', Fishing! people. unhappy. with during this legislative session.. f'' ( and write to your leglslator-now.;. C; nsns I :' ,

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students' who and are interested apply school Illinois 60045. tion and approximate grade point-:; 40 F-150; 4x4 Pickups',; ,,.__ '

ing for $1,000 college' scholarships Any student interested in receiving average. Fifty award winners will be
should request applications by May 7, an application, should send a self- selected on the basis of academic performance
1984 from the Educational Communications addressed, stamped envelope with a, involvement in extracurricular ., *"" 15 F-250 4x4' 4608 6.S. lie"e.I"I
activities and need for financial ,
Scholarship Foundation, note listing his/her name, address cl": .,
; 721 N McKinley Road, Lake Forest,. ty, state and zip code, of grariuareturn .aid. 'n.
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Hersey, Missy Price and Shannon after we debarked for the train to Smith Debbie Brou htorl, Lou Ann I
Abrams Leaders Joyce Sutton and divide in Jacksonville. Rowe and Oletta Hardenbrook for'the '
:Carolyn Eaves really 'enjoyed 'the''' Thanks to all those who helped rides to and from Waldo. ., "S" T '
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'Seniors to Epcot... OS-
Senior Troop 069 left Starke April 115 I I 1 5995
with the History Club bound for Epcot 1
where they worked on the Epcot and ,. plus ts>f ",,
Disney World badges and the t Tie frl1cht i 4
ad:\\1, ,Travelers patch.. ,:, ? :, > ?, I" Wo Pay
;, They tasted foreign fooo'taiked; to ,' '!\ 1 'j
''i foreign students, looked at the variety:' ', ,' NOW' $35.0'r I
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history, methods of communication, FOR YOUR FAMILY ENTERTAJPIMENTTr '
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transportation, energy.used through -a I1 r '. '
history and at Disney complexes' ".,I iy ; 1 ." G; I f "
The two camped at THE
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Jellystone Park, where they swam % tit' ( '
sang around the :campfire,'.playedgolf ",; I' : 3 'Window Vans. ,
shuffleboard. -, r } ,
Seniors were Marian Sutton.'tanaAdkitts Mee Foa r '
Debbie' 'Tyliczla. Teresa ; %A W, r CHANU[ ; Air tilt Cruise' Control Dual {\
Ricks, valarie Randolph, Heather l' :Auto, ; .
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Cadette Troop 520 left Waldo 'April Tfc* Making of Mlohadl Jsokicn't. ThrHBar I
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!Hbors of beautiful rooms... ,The top Over.1OOQsmoreJUieajovaliIdbJA) c I
floor';:bass, been converted into loft, < I II
suites: where the Cadettes all stayed, '
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.the shops on River Street,enjoyed the;;, Slmillar. to picture :Aliono, ) Freight. f
park.. like atmospheres,. t"river" 332 W. Madison Starke 9647701OUPOJM boat'ride up and down the Savannah'' '
I Rivet,bad icecream with the atnging'dog' t'v STOCK FOR' IMMEDIATE, DELIVERY
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