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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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_ commissioners about their stand only, another multi-family. He term-
? refusing to approve a site plan for the ed that a blunder of past city councils
proposed Bessent Road apartment and attorneys. Ireland said Alachua
I development, called Southern Villas, County has the same problem, that it
.. in the eastern part of Starke. happens in spite of the best intentions.
TI The council met with Gainesville at-
Brown out the city
torney Leonard Ireland for over two Attorney pointed
it q hours Tuesday night March 24first zoning regulations were adopted in
and the
,...., in public, then each commissionermet April 1978! comprehensiveland
in 1980
use plan was adopted
privately and one at the time with
written the North Cen-
after being by
Ireland. No vote on the issue was
tral Florida Coun-
Regional Planning
taken, nor was Ireland retained to go
further with the suit at this point, the cil.If
he is not mistaken, Crosby said,
council apparently still desiring more
f the land use plan for a specific use of
time to reconsider its prior refusal to
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; section of the Ireland
every city.
approve a site plan for the 40-unit
j out the commission has
pointed
apartment complex proposed by
4, Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville on property authority to change the land use plan,
, and in fact should it to
keep updated
owned by heirs of the W.C.
Only One But Which One... Powell Estate. current usage of the land.

Just one of these 15 Bradford beauties can become the 1982 Strawberry Second rowPaula Joiner Lisa Lawson, Mischell Clemons Paige Roberts, council Attorney March Terry 17 it has Brown a slim told chanceof the would Attorney not be Brown too alarmed told about Crosby what he
Queen. Bobbie Wike. councils have done that in
' past city ,
success in defending its position in
They I-rh
are Pinellas the
regula-
County zoning
First rowJanae Secrest Doll Waters Sadie Foraker court. Since, the council has sought
McDuffle. Sandy land
Third tions are prevailing over use
row- Tina Best Khandice
Daniela Stroud Stacy Denmark Norma Canova, advice and: has delayed a vote.
Rigby. and Cathy Norman. plans in court actions over property
R "The decision you made is fairly disputes.
debateable," attorney Ireland said Crosby said property owners shouldbe
when pressed by Commissioner Jim- allowed to use their land for the
] Strawberry Queen Pageant is Saturday my Crosby, Jr. for an opinion of the highest and best use possible. He is
city's chances of defending the suit concerned about restrictions the city
which has been brought by the legal has been placing on residents over the

One of 15 Bradford County beauties Public Accountant. She is being spon- Norma Canova is the daughter of pampered by Robert Harris and an firm of Rogers,Towers, Bailey,Jones past three years, Crosby added.
will be crowned the 19th Strawberry sored by Timberjack, Inc. Carolyn and Paul Canova. Norma's associate, Keith, with a hairstyling & Gay of Jacksonville, which is Crosby asked if there was any way
; Queen on Saturday, March 27, at the Paula Joiner is the daughter of Mr. ambition is to become a model and en- demonstration at the NuWaves Salon representing Stokes & Co. the council could meet privately with
Bradford High School Auditorium by and Mrs. Donald C. Brooks. Paula's treprenuer. She is sponsored by 'in Starke. Each girl was shown A circuit judge has twice refusedIreland's attorney Ireland? Ireland deferred to
the 1981 reigning queen Tammy Den- ambition is to become a legal Suzuki of Starke. hairstyling techniques to best suit motion to dismiss the legal attorney Brown on Florida's Sunshine
ton. The contest starts at 8 p.m. secretary. She is being sponsored by Allyson (Doll) Waters is the I their facial features. Afterwards, action brought by Stokes & Co. after Law. Brown said it is a murky area of
The "will-begin Saturday _' .Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. ,I Junior Women Club members served the city commission voted 3-1 last the law.When Crosby pressed him fora
-. r competition withs interviewing Waters. Doll's ambition is to becomea party sandwiches, strawberry arts June 30 to reject the site plan; revers- decision, Brown said he wasn't sure
afternoon judges Stacey Leigh Denmark is the and cokes. ing its zoning board's recommendation -
dental hygienist. She is sponsoredby the council could meet privately with
each girl' at the Women's Club in daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Den- Outdoor Marine. On Saturday, March 20, all con- to approve the plan. Ireland was Ireland.
Starke. A buffet luncheon will be offered mark. Stacey's ambition is to becomea Lisa Lawson is the daughter of testants were driven to Orange Park first retained by a group of Bessent Client to lawyer, do you feel the
to both girls and the'judges. Nuclear Medicine Technician. She David and Patricia Lawson. Lisa's for a modeling demonstration by Ann Road residents who( oppose the apart- commission should... the best posses-

Saturday night the girls will com- is sponsored by Denmark Furniture. ambition is to become a writer. She is Rusk, owner and operator of Amaro ment complex, then by the city when sion of the city... should the council
plete the competition with the model Janae J. Secrest is the daughter of sponsored by Register Oil Company. Modeling Agency. After the 1''a hour ford Stokes & Co. brought suit in the Brad- negotiate for the best deal possible,
ing of swimsuits sportswear and Raymond R. Secrest and Maria Dud- class, contestants and club memberswere County Circuit Court. Crosby asked? You haven't gone far
Sadie McDuffie is the daughter of treated to dessert at Bennigan's City Attorney Terry Brown said said.
evening wear. Finalists will then be zik. Janae plans a career in accoun- enough to find out, Ireland
chosen and asked to respond to a ting and law. She is sponsored by Simon and Mamie Mitchell. Sadie's in Orange Park. Cheese cake with after the councilman had met with at- How much will it cost to defend the
variety of questions, all chosen at ran- Tender Years Play School. ambition is to become a social strawberries banana splits and torney Ireland that his advice that the case, Crosby asked.
dom. Mischell\ Clemons is the daughter of worker. She is sponsored by Mac's drinks were served to the approx- city has only a slim chance, perhaps That depends on Stokes Co., said
Candidates for this year's pageantare Bud and Marty Clemons. Mischell Music Shop. imately 25 guests. 10 percent, of successfully defending Ireland.
: Miss Khandice Stroud, daughterof plans to become a Dental Hygienist.She Cahty Norman is the daughter of On Monday, March 22, all contestants the suit still stands. They're prepared to spend $40,000
William and Brenda Stroud. Khan- is sponsored by Dr. Leonard the late Harold K. Norman and Mr. and club members enjoyedthe Telling the council he isn't an ex- to $50.000, Crosby replied.
dice hopes for a career in the field of Schloffman.Tina and Mrs. Lester C. Paige. Cathy make-up demonstration given by pert in zoning and land use section of Ireland said he wouldn't spend that
Commercial Art. She is sponsored by Marie Best is the daughter of hopes for a career in computer Latain Peterson and Naomi Ilorres of the law, Brown said he is relying on much, probably $6.000 to 8000.
Shuford Amoco of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Verl R. Best. Tina plansto science or an X-ray technician. She is Merle Norman's Cosmetics in Starke. the advice of members of his Tampalaw What did Ireland tell the residents,
Miss Paige Roberts is the daughterof become a counselor or a home mis- sponosred by Terwillcgar Motors, Afterwards the Juniors served drinks firm who do practice in the area. Commission Bobby Milner asked.

Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Roberts. Paige's sionary. Tina is sponsored by CaptainD's Inc.Barbara and strawberry pie. "I haven't heard anything tonightto What about damages the city may be
ambition is to become a teacher. She Seafood Restaurant. Wike is the daughter of Advanced tickets may be purchased make me doubt their evaluation," liable to?
is sponsored by Carl Hurst Shell Sta- Daniela Rigby is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wike. Barbara at I Mitchell's Drug Store. Adults Brown told the council when questioned Ireland said he doesn't feel the city
Charles and Brigitte Rigby. Daniela's plans a career as an X-ray technician.She $2.50 and children under 12, $1. by Commissioner Crosby. has done anything wrong, so the coun-
tion.Sandy Foraker is the daughter of ambition is to study medicine. She is is sponsored by Photos by Bobbie.On Tickets at the door the night of the Ireland said he would be happy to cil shouldn't be worried about that.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Brooks. Sandy's sponsored by Stump's DepartmentStore Wt'dnesdar' March 17, from 7:30 pageant will be adults $2.50 and meet with the two expert attorneys At one time, the city planned dental
ambition is to become a Certified Inc. to : IS contestants were children, $1.50. from Brown's firm. offices on the point formed by SR-230
Tuesday's meeting was called to and Bessent Road, Mayor Vernon
! get Ireland's report Before the coun- Silcox pointed out. That would have
cil. Ireland said he'd entered the two been the best use of the property at
Mrs. Bruno Cites
i DiscriminationHampton motions to dismiss the suit, as in- the time, Ireland said,but did not give
structed by the council, and had held Silcox a direct answer to his question.
up because that was what the council Instead Ireland told the commissionit
and he had agreed to do. ought to meet in private with him.
Assistant Marshal is KH Man Telling the commissioners he At that point the council recessedfor

doesn't guarantee them anything, over an hour while individual
Ireland agreed to acquaint them with members met with Ireland.
Still mired in a struggle to get adequate citizens at the meeting that the town councilman Ralph Mitzel and Mrs. Other Items certain aspects of the law on the case, Nobody had any questions when the
law enforcement for its town still won't have law enforcement for a June Haddock gave the unanimousvote DiscussedTuesday's but said there were other aspects he meeting resumed after an hour.
the Hampton Town Council Tuesday while longer. after little discussion. Coun- didn't want to discuss with the news Crosby asked attorney Brown to see
night voted to hire Fred Johns of Johns, who will be working a &-10 cilman Ulyssesses Woods, who along ed to choose special meeting was call- media present.The if the experts in his Tampa firm still
Keystone Heights to( the temporary p.m. shift while Wayne Smith, the with chairman John Evans, had sup- the discussion an assistant marshal but Bessent Road land use case can have the same opinion about the suit.
assistant marshal's position but told Hampton man who has been picked as ported Bruno's application for the job matters. spilled over. into other be related to an Alachua County case The project is proposed on 10 acres
the new marshall), goes through police last month, was absent. Evans can in which the county commission known as the Powell property on Bes
standards training, can't start until vote only in the case of a tie. The old argument of changing the refused to allow a density of 4 familiesper sent Road just off SR-230 in east
Smith is on duty the council told Afterwards Mrs. Bruno outdated city charter came up with acre in an area in which zoning Starke. On one side the land is adjacent -
citizens at Tuesday's meeting. And her charge that the council repeated not chairman Evans saying "this town is regulations called for parameters of 3 to Bradford Villas, a multifamily -
Smith is still waiting on a waiver from selecting her was discrimination still living in the horse and buggy to 4 families per acre. Judge Theron development owned by local
the Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement the basis of sex. on days with that charter." He said he Yawn ruled the Alachua County Com- developers Cecilia Terwillegar and
(FDLE) to carry a weapon and and the town attorney were drawingup mission was within its purvue in developer Albert Longchamp, and on
eTJ work as a law officer. "I'm going to get copies; of this a new charter that could go before refusing the highest density possible, the other by property zoned R-IA, or
meeting and last month and turn the citizenry for vote In the and Yawn's decision was upheld by single family residential. Part of the
Clerk
Jane Hall told the council that them over to my attorney (Aaron the First District
September election. Court of Appeals, 10 acres is zoned BP, which allows
the FDLE sent word that the delay on Green of Gainesville) and let him Ireland said.A multi-family developments, and part''
Smith's waiver has come about take it from there," Mrs. Bruno said. Councilman Curtis recalled that discussion of whether the city's is zoned R-1A.
because the paperwork sent by Asked if that meant she'll take the "they've tried to change that charter comprehensive land use plan or its Stokes and Co. first presented a site
Hampton was lost. As soon as the issue to court the middle-aged motherof 15 times. You've got to bring it to a zoning regulations would hold prece- plan using the entire 10 acres, part of
waiver comes back Smith can go on two said, "Absolutely. I'll take it all vote of the people and a year and a dent followed, promulgated by Com- which Is zoned R-1A.When the city re-,
duty and also start taking his police. the way." half ago they voted" about 8 to 1 missioner Crosby who pointed out the jected the site plan and zoning changeon
training courses the council said. Bruno said she completed her against changing it. land use plan restricts land uses in the R-1A section Stokes & Co.

Other citizens saw problems with police training standards with a 3.75 In another matter Alto Cable, certain areas to one use only while the redrew the plans so( the project wouldfit
a
t THURSDAY.March 25 hiring a Keystone man to the job in- grade point average and said that the small cable TV zoning regulations are not so confin- on the part of the 10 acres zoned
.., CITY ZONING. BOARD stead of the other candidate, Debbie other 6 women in her class all got Jobs before the council and company was granted came ing.Ireland BP. The city commission rejectedthat
MEETING 7 p.m. Bruno, a Hampton woman who just In Alachua County "Unfortunately, I permission to erect a cable tower said the land use plan controls too.
-t. Monday completed her police stan- can't get a job in Gainesville. I haveto city property for the of on zoning rules, and zoning is the instrument The Powell heirs are party to the
FRIDAY./ March M dards training at SFCC. 'What's going work in my home county" ing cable TV to the town.purpose bring which implements the land suit brought by Stokes & Co.
r fl' .... IHS aIMS SAND to happen if we need him and he's Johns told the council he is certified use plan. Next regular meeting of the councilis
CONCERT AT IHS in Keystone Heights 10 away," in law enforcement being grand- Ed Colvin of Alto Cable was instructed Crosby ,pointed out one certain April 6.
7l30FM one resident asked. fathered in without taking the police to get with the town attorney
Admission $1.50 But council members stated that standards training because he worked to work out details of the franchise for
Johns will only be responsible; for the 12 years In law enforcement. His Hampton. No terms as far as fran Jamaican, Minister to Speak Here I
SATURDAY. March 27 application stated his chise fee to be paid the town
6-10 shift and will be police ex- or rentalon
p.m. night ex- Sunday, March 28, at the 11 ches as of Mutual Mission Por-
BRADFORD COUNTY pected to be duty at that time 'I perience included work as deputy the land the tower will sit on were a.m. part a
on ,
K I :STRAWS!MY QUEEN CONTIST sherrif in Cherokee County, Ga., and discussed. worship service,' the Presbyterian iect. This mutual mission project is a
don't foresee
r. .J.. t__ -* of his driving backandforthfrom The assistant marshall's will Colvin assured the council that the speaker, the Rev. Raymond Coke, a Presbyterians from Suwannee
Keystone. A FSP corrections of- job tower will be safety-proofed to minister of the United
m T TUHDAY. March 30 pay $92.15 week pre- Church of Prebytery and church leaders from
BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING ficial, Johns said he's been working the $184.30 marshal's per exactly half of vent kids from climbing it. Jamaica. Rev.'Coke has been working the Caribbean Council of Churchesand
the 8 a.m. 4 shift for at salary.
BOARD MUTING 7:30 p.m. S.m. years for several months in Gainesvillefor now engaged in a two-way mission -.
the prison an be available ,at
Grace Presbyterian Church and rather than, simply a one way
WtDNESDAY March 31. night."We've. ." Gospel Sing, Preaching Set Hampton the Disciples Presbyterian Student mission.
made decision
Councilman
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR our Center on the University of Florida
i Gat.. 0..... ot 11 a.m. Ted Curtis said at one point The Heralden, a mixed ensemble sent a program of gospel music and Campus.Rev. Mutuality in mission affirms that
: CIo... lit II p.m. after those present continued to from the Grand Rapids School'of the preaching Wednesday night March Coke and othe Jamaican' all Christians in all parts of the world
discuss the 3-0 vote that gave Johns Bible and Music, and Rev. Wendel 31, at ministers have been visiting and
t Admission (KK 7:30: p.m. at the Hampton Bap have God given gifts and talents to
J the Job over Bruno., Curtis and fellow Babcock, professor of Bible, will pre tist Church. working In area Presbyterian Chur- share.




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Six DDS Students QualifyFor r- -- Tony Anderson ChosenAs





State Science FairSix ''Top BHS Essay WriterSenior



Anderson has been winner from among five portfolios
Bradford High School students a U.S. Army certificate Air Force 1n s Tony
an selected the writer at Brad- submitted as regional winners.
top essay
qualified for the state science fair and certificate and medal.
ford and to the schoolat
three others also won awards at lastweekend's + High represent The state winner will ,receive a
regional science fair heldat Other awards were: M regional competition in April. $1,000 scholarship first runner-up

Lake City Community College. LeAnn Flynn- 2nd place behavioral Anderson son of Jack and Barbara $800, second runner-up $600, third
Vickie Carver LeAnn Flynn, Kim ribbon, U.S. Army certificate. Anderson of Strawberry Acres northof runner-up$400, and the fourth runner-'
Kim
Rieske3rd behavioral
Rleske, Stacey Denmark. Mike Chris- place
Starke is the BHS winner of up $200.
ribbon, U.S. certificate. a new
tian,and Tracy McRee all qualified to Army skills
exhbitit their work at the state fair, Stacey Denmark. 4th place writing enhancement programat May 19-20 the state winner: and'
which will also be held at LCCC,April behavioral ribbon. Bradford High. In an effort to promote other four finalists will be honored In1 I
educational distinction inFlorida's
14-17. Mike Christmas- 5th place 4 Tallahassee. A publication containing I
school the Department of
behavioral ribbon. t
selections of winning writers' works,;
Carver's project was chosen as the Tracy McRee6th place behavioral Education has establisheds PRIDE, the '
will be producedd by Department'
third best in the show,making her the ribbon. the Program to Recognize Initiativeand the summer of
of Education during
first alternate to the International Daniela Rigby-3rd place chemistry Distinction in Education. >One 1982 and distributed to each district:'
Science and Engineering Fair whichis ribbon. component of PRIDE is an awards
Winner.. and high school in the state.
to be held in May in Houston. Mary Campbell- place medicine Writing 'achievement in writing by 12th grade

Carver's project, was chosen as the & health ribbon. Mrs. Nova Bright, an English Instructor at BITS examines one of Tony 'students. Anderson's five entries are entitled
best Senior Division biological projectand Tommy Crosby- 3rd place zoology Anderson's winning essays. Anderson won over 198 seniors enrolled In a new "Surviving on Report Card Days,"
won a 1st place ribbon in botany ribbon. writing enhancement course. BUS submitted portfolios contain-
Deterring
ing five writing samples from each of "Capital Punishment in the ,
the top 10 students: Anderson, of Crime," "My FrustrationsO'f
Elizabeth Bowman, Angela Boyett," "Senior Worries' and "How to
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Vickie Carver Teresa Harley, Become a Perfect Failure.

I Audit for Starke Given to City CouncilA Valerie Hightower, Paula Joiner,
Report Cathy Martin and Mary Wright. Each The 1981 Legislative AppropriationsAct
will receive a Commissioner's Certificate provided $6,000,000 to initiate the

dozen specific comments and commission established cut-off procedures the recommendation is in the auditor Such a procedure Is being done, of Excellence from Education writing new program skills of for students enhancement in grades of
recommendations are contained in for overdue utility bills during report. Commissioner Crosby says. Commissioner Ralph Turlington. As
the new audit report for the year en- the fiscal year which ended Sept. In fact, Crosby says, the city has the winner, Tony will receive a medal 10-12.( The Bradford district was
awarded $60 student in the
ding Sept. 30, 1981 of the City of 30, 1981. Items purchased from the State implemented all recommendations in from SDE. or $11,880 per from the 198 students program
Starke's $10 million which of not the financial areas. There is no note in
operation, "We recommend the city continueits Division Surplus Property were enrolled.
of the
Judges writing samples
distributed to officials Tues- identified the the new audit report stating that were
enforce
was city efforts to cut-off policies to specifically report Karyl Boynton, Jane Trawick and
March IS. recommendations have not been carried
day, minimize bad debts and to improvecash states. .
The commission asked for time to Commissioner out, Crosby says. Crosby gives Peggy Stanwix-Hay. i I '
now, the audit report states. Crosby says he has \ Infsd :
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study the report ,and then have There is evidence available that the checked with Supt. Dees who says the credit to improving the financial ,.. .
auditor Pat Farnsworth,of the firm of cut-off policy is being enforced, says identification of such property itemsis records and procedures to assistant Each regional winner will win a I "' OC"
Davis, Monk, Farnsworth & Co. meet Commissioner Crosby and he has being done. Again, Crosby wonders clerk Linda Wise and newly elected $400 scholarship and will compete in ,,, ;M'o". 'hf', :
with the council to discuss the report. asked Supt. Dees to gather the information why the item is In the audit report. city clerk Neil Tucker for improving the state level competition. May 13-14 ,: 'oj,I'! rr"g' AIUr: :

No date for such a study has yet been to be presented to the auditor. the bookkeeping procedures to a a state review panel will convene and .. ':Servici'"Centeai', !. ,,:
,
select student portfolio as the state
.It still appears that a substantial Excess funds in the Recreation great extent. a I "
set.Many of the recommendations contained volume of water being pumped Department's checking account
in the new audit report have through the system is not being billed should be placed in an interest bear KOCH'S DRUG STORE

already been implemented, says City the audit report states after a testingof ing account, the audit report states. 166 W. Call St.
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby. water meter reading indicated that Again, Crosby wonders why this Starke, Fla.
The comments and recommendations efforts had been made to repair and recommendation is in the audit report Pick Your
are contained in a managementletter replace faulty water meters. The because, he says, it has already been Up 964-6757
included in the copies of the audit report recommends the city carried out. Friday March 26
audit report given to the commis- continue efforts to repair or replaceall The audit report also recommendedthat I PM
9 AM1
sioner members. water meters not functioning property Rec. Dept. disbursements not be Ears. Hours:
and to assure all meters are made to "cash," which is contrary to .
"We are pleased to note" the city read on a regular basis. sound financial management
has subsequent to Sept. 30, 1981 Engineer Jim Lucas says the water ...and funny feet. It's the Bunny Fun Kit, a set of FREMl\JPct.ElNN

negotiated a procedure with a bank to loss has been cut from 50 percent of The city should implement an ac- punch-out put-ons for hours of Easter fun, and \ :,
assure investment of Idle funds on the amount pumped to 22 percent counts payable system for improved {; 11EAAINREE
hand on a daily basis. "This should within the past year,and that a 10 per- financial reporting, the audit recom it's only 25# with your Hallmark Easter of'
provide a significant amount of in- cent loss is about the best that can be mends. purchase! lr11F
terest revenue over the next year" expected, Commissioner Crosby Present bookkeeping equipment < TEST
the management letter states. says. An effort is continuing on cannot be programmed to a accounts ? NAVE
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replacement of faulty water meters, payable system. City Clerk Nell \C \F YOU .
The audit report: Crosby says, and results much better Tucker told the commission at a recent Et.EC't tERM1NE FOgLEM
than in past years. meeting. Money is in the current,' 1 to DA \\\\ XvaabeBatteries
Again recommends the adoption of budget to purchase new equipment
a "policies and procedures" manual The rate structure for electricity, which will handle accounts payable.The .
so that policies and procedures dic- gas, water, and sewer service allowed clerk is in process of deciding To Avoid Waiting
tated by Commission actions, and each department to be self-supporting which equipment to buy: Phone for an AppointmentIn
compliance or non-compliance with during fiscal 1981. It is recommendedthat lIome Testing
such, can be readily determined.The the overall rate structure be Sampling disbursements the audit ., (By Appointment Only)
city commission adopted sucha reviewed periodically by the city disclosed some purchase orders did
manual during fiscal 1981, says commission to maintain departmental not provide adequate explanation or
Commissioner Crosby.eRecommends selfsufficiency.The description to determine proper 'I'I"
review should include determination classification of the expenditure, the--". .... .- '- *
that the city con- of 1)) desired debttoequityration. audit report states. It is recommended .' ..
tinue efforts to improve control over anticipated growth rate,; that purchase orders include a I r : I
inventory items by recording work and 3) the required rate structure to description of goods or services to be C> 1981 Hallmark Card Inc j
orders used by all departments. "A achieve these goals. Such long range provided by the vendor to provide sufficient 5 POINTS HEARING AIDS
significant percentage of materials planning would assure a rate of information to classify all ex-',
used during the year were not recorded return will assure to provide for penditures. : Oivaton of CMS. Inc.
on work orders. It is extremely Im- growth and to assure future ability to I f I 1511 MARGARET STREET
portant that all items issued from and borrow in the municipal bond market. The city l lacks adequate insurance The'cllShop: JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 32204
returned to inventory be properly The city is planning to sell revenue coverage. Neither the electric plant :::
'Ycall
? ((904)) 353-0836
Phone
recorded on appropriate work bonds to finance
a sewer expansionand building nor the equipment in the "4 J
orders," the letter states. to finance a parallel electrical tie plant is covered. No public liability In-

Commissioner Crosby says the with Florida Power & Light.As surance coverage has been obtained.The ,
council has adopted such policy on 1964 bond ordinance requires adequate J
inventory records and he has been reported in prior years the city insurance on the utilities .1 I
assured by Utilities Supt. Merrill did not maintain a complete listing of system, the audit report states. Catalog stores ,"i,
Dees that the policy is being carriedout property and equipment nor is all city The city has initiated a self- ..and_ sales agencies. :!
by his department. property and equipment marked to insurance program which may not

indicate ownership, the audit report yet have adequate coverage to protect i j 1
Notes a lack of activity in non- states. State regulations establishedby the total investment of the city.. .. '
trade accounts receivable representing the Auditor General require such Commissioner Crosby says the -; A
amounts due from private enter- records be established and kept up to council has been told it would not be '
prises for installation of water and date, the report states, and recom cost-effective to cover the utilities. Truckload
sewer in certain subdivisions. "We mends the city take steps to completesuch system. '
recommend that the city: monitor a system.
these receivables and implement procedures eA control log should be establishedand
necessary for collection of maintained on a daily basis to account '
amounts due," the management let. The commission has established a for the total number and dollar -
ter states. property inventory policy, Commissioner amount of checks processed throughthe Appliance
Crosby notes. Supt. Dees check signer. The procedure _
Utility cutoff procedures were not Crosby says, has confirmed the property would be tied into the warrant system .
being enforced, a review of aged accounts listing is being carried out. currently being the '
prepared audit
Every major appliance in the store is on sale now thru April[28f ,
showed, the report states. The Crosby says he and Dees wonder why report states. ;

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By Mrs., C.E. "Sue" Davis day, March 25. After lunch the guest supper will help the youth' group attend =-- ell II, ,
Phone: 483-1344 will assemble in the auditorium to be : the "Youth Evangelistic-- !' d

entertained by "The Kitchen Band" ference" later in the year. The public rr- j a %+r ra
Brooker Elementary School from the Advent Christian Village in is invited to come, and enjoy pan- I
BES held its annual primary field Dowling Park. This band is an inspiration cakes, sausage and all the trimmingsat --- I
day recently at the school with grades to all who hear them as the the church fellowship hall from 6 to -
kindergarten through three participating youngest member is in her early 50'. 8 p.m.? Cost $2 adults and $1 for
in an array of events and the oldest member is 98. children. 359.88'Reg.44995 279.88 Reg. 339,95 i l
through out the afternoon. The Safety Pancakes aren't all they plus handling, transportation Plus handling transportation II I I .- ( ,
Patrol sold orange drinks and popcorn New River Baptist Church will be serving. An exciting program I 1.5 eu.ft microwave oven. 10,3cu.ft,freezer, 69J8089
at the event to raise funds for a The Youth group of the New River is on the ajenda at 6:30: p.m. to 7:3010 5 power settings 68J8232 Upright, 69J4O89 ameprlce. __
planned field trip to Starke in the near Baptist Church will serve pancakeson make this an especially enjoyableevent. Buy now, gel *25 certificate.:.. Buy now, get StO certificate.'
future. A big thanks to Rick Ezzell Saturday March 27, when they Tickets are available from
and the teachln staff for their sponsor a pancake supper, open to the meters, local stores and at the door..
assistance in making the program a entire community. Proceeds from the Extra donations will be welcomed. r ia, I I Ir

success.A .

short business meeting of the
T
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PTA was held on Tuesday night, I t V.Ali 1 I II
+ II
March 11. at the school. There was ; IIII.o I
discussions about the church slow Wm. A. Bessent, III ; C. Gary Moody j' i I
pitch Softball tournament coming up
at the BES ball park April 23 and 24. & I ;
This will be a double elimination tour ---

nament and trophys will be as Anthony J. Salzman : 299.88 \
follows: first and second place team Reg 369 95 299.88 Reg 34995
trophies; 15 first place individual Announce the opening of their Plus handling, transportation Plus handling Uensportahon7Cycl.Wah.n85E6332 _

home runs; sportsmanship and MVP. Dryer. 85E 7332. 21995 23988 Console stereo. AM FM 8
All proceeds will to the Brooker Law Offices under the name track cassette 62ET2342
go Buy now get $10 certlllcale. Buy now, get S30 certificate.
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PTA to purchase needed supplies and 49988

equipment for the school and 99 white"
students. BESSENT MOODY & SALZMAN transportation
The BES student body extends 18 cu.ft. frostlessrefrigeratorfreezer.
thanks to the PTA for donations of 1 1r a
funds to the county to help pay for Attorneys at Law !J!
much needed cafeteria equipment.The J

Brooker Dixie Youth baseball 606 W., Madison St. 964-7262 C d : Meat Ola.a keep.adlu.ut keeps,,le ."".meat... are fresher shatter longer "without' freezing., Tampered .
program is off to a good start. So far I I packs,gallon,, mull'"earlon ture three teams have been formed. The Ii arid smudoes. Twin' proctuce crispers' helps hi .ting.rpints i
BDY team would like to thank the 1 i B9EIM9 iuy now, let tlO mefchandUe egg certificate tray Colas 110 .more' I

town of Brooker for sponsoring the General Practice I r_..._...... .1IDooii .
team and also furnishing the tam with caom..hT1l__..
equipment .r.H uniforms. Family Law, Real Property Estates 699.88 Was 889 95 339.88 Special'value' 14 S x0 =
Plus handling, transportation Plus handling transportation a _
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Video Cassette Recorder. : ::.:
Brooker Baptist 19-color
Personal TV. Room
Church Injury & Death portable ori u.iiryw"d .....
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The light sensor 6J 12933 ..... '-
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; bring covered dish Buy now. gal fail certificate. =u. .. _:.N,_':=
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in the
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. I r-=. ---4More Spelling Champs Round QuI I County: List -- I I




I '" Salina Norman Wins at Starke ElementarySalina Mike Chappell Tops 35 Others at BMS BeeEight I I


Norman spelled "prarie," .............. ..................,... ,........,...d...,....... .." .c". .... ..". Ea s 7q -;- rr
grader Mike
Chappell cor-
'then "youth" to win the spelling .i., 'K. I II 1 rectly spelled "hapless," then
'championship of Starke
Elementary .', "consecutive" win the
School Feb. 18.Runnerup I championship ofto Bradford Muddle i
was Kim Dukes who .i.i1 School.
outspelled 14 others but missed Some 35 class champions and J.
,'prarie," giving Salina Norman the ; runners-up competed in the BMS bee .,
chance to win. for some seven rounds. School If.I
Salina is the fifth grade daughter of is .
Harris
runner-up eight-grader Cindy .t
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Norman of t who missed the word "hapless"
SR-225,and earns straight-A's. Kim Is giving Chappell the chance to win, r
the fifth grade daughter of Mr. and and Chappell made the chance good.
Mrs. J.C. Dukes of Starke. Chappell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L
1 The two will represent Starke \1 Hiram Chappell of Starke. Miss Han Ill
Elementary In the county-wide spelling I ris is the daughter of Mrs.Gertie Harris -
bee in the administration of Starke. Both will represent BMSIn '
building's school board meeting roomat .i the county-wide spelling bee set : iq'i'_ ,
10 a.m. today (Thursday March : .;,
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tomorrow (Thursday, March 25) at ii' ".
25). k ; 10 a.m. in the school board's meetingroom ,'I' ,' .
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The 14 other class who "
champions k'i'I' in the administration building W 4' -,
competed in the SE bee are: Alan '. ,I /" I c.'
; ti1 t 'Mi North Temple Avenue across from 'fI '; ...
Porter, Eric Nugent. Benjammin the high school. \,-- ...",; : .... .....:.- ...'.
Hankerson, Mitchell Gray, Karen Leon Harris finished third and will
Black, Barbara Smith, Donna Salina NormanSE Kim DukesSE replace either the champion or Mike ChappellBMS Cindy Harris
McKelvy Shari Cain and Kern Spelling Champlot Runner-up Speller runner-up if they are unable to com- Spelling Champ Runner-Dp in BMS Bee
Fillyaw, Belinda Clark Terrecena pete in the county-wide bee.
Kittles, Julie Jackson, Selena Nor- BMS students start spell-off com-
man, Lori Mobley and Billy Starling. petition in their various literature art
Pronouncer for the SE bee was Mrs. the middle school. Judges were Russell Norman, Mrs. L.A. Canova, classes about a month before the tion, a winner and runner-up are winners compete in the school-wide
Dina Petrella, English teacher at retired SE staff members Mrs and Mrs. Jimmy Peek.
an : sch i-wide spelling bee. By elimina- chosen from each class then those spelling bee.


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by Vickie Carver ;1f "" "",
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Thought for the week: class here it Is!! We had a fire drill grade on a slip of paper.

God strengthens us for victory... Tuesday, and some students are still
But forgives us when we fail. using It as an excuse not to go back to All students interested or considering
class! teaching as a career can sign up
If you are still standing outside for the new orgainzation, Future'
waiting for permission to go back to Seniors.... Educators of America Club. Sign up
For those seniors interested in tak- with a faculty representative today.
ing the bus to Miami before the They are Rick Stephens,Nova Bright
cruise, you will need to bring $5 to Johnnie Thomas, Sandy Smith and
THE BRADFORD Gina Lane for the deposit. There is M. E. Bain.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH still room for one girl to go to the
Published.very Thursday Bahamas. Gina Lane has details... car
et 130 W.Call Street The World History class attendedthe rY .. \t ;
Stark, Florida 32WtSeKond A Career Awareness Day is being Medieval Fair on Thursday and
held at Sante Fe Community Collegeon Friday of last week, March 11 and 12. k
Clad p.ilaga paid at Thursday, March 25. Nearly 250 Fourteen students and three
Stork.FloridaSubscription representatives of career opportunities chaperones; John and Wanda Smith
In the Gainesville-Starke area and Walt Westcott enjoyed the
Rat**: will be available to meet with festivities of the event. Mrs. Wanda
In t,.... _. l'.00 por yaor students. Smith, World History teacher, com-
".00 six month mented that she had enjoyed the
All girls interested in trying out for Madrigal Singers, and the Human
Outside trad aroat SI O.00 p.'yoar Varsity or Jr. Varsity cheerleader Chess Game. Where the pieces in the
".50 six month. should sign up in the front office at game of chess where substituted for BUS Cheerleaders Sit Pretty at Last '81-82 Banquet...
Mrs. Hazen's counter. A special boxis real people, and when a move was
set up for you to put your name and called they had to fight for the space. Since they don't cheer for any of the Spring sports last Sadie McDufrie, Vickie Carver. Janet Jordan Terri
Mrs. Smith also noted that this will be week's banquet was the final one of the year for the BUS Mathews. Doll Waters. Monica Green. Alesla Sheffield
.-- an annual event for the World History cheerleaders. Kathy Gilllngham. and Tabitha Folsom.
Class to attend. Getting. together for this picture were, left to right:

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"Kiwanis Clubs ,Edwards News
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itol.
'Pro-Life PilgrimageThe
Stare fourth annual Pro-Life
of Pilgrimage was held on March 21 at
the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium.
Bishop John J. Snyder of the St
presentsSATURDAY Ax< Augustine Diocese welcomed Ar-
;.Hem Flt t t chbishop McCarthy of Miami and the

Bishops of Orlando, St. Petersburgand
MATINEEat Pensacola Dioceses parish
rx ynNaINMeN priests, sisters, and members of the
laity to the Liturgical Celebration.The .
homily given by the guest
Reverend Richard Rohr of
FLORIDA THEATRE Cincinnati, spoke of the value of life
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before birth, at birth and after birth.

Saturday, March 27-10 AMI Among those attending the RespectLife
Celebration were the Pastor of
St. Edward's Parish, Rev. Father Ed-
I I "LAS IEt y IT ward Rooney, Mr. and Mrs. Richard

Pernini and family, Mrs. Carol
erix Advance Tickets $1.00, ; 1ft. OPf Ashline, Mrs. Maura O'Neal and Mol-
:'f '( or.l;ik the door)j' t: ly, Mrs. Victor Gingras, Mrs. Gerri
) .
Phillips, Mrs. Antoinette Coss Mrs.
3Tr.
,, dbk ds t9JSpe lal.Ol. mplcsI Lester Humphries, Mrs. Josephine
I) J T ,,""t"\1\ I; Gumber Diana Phillips Mrs.
t -' xr j' v Dorothy Rife, and Mr. and Mrs. Fran-
w
:..1.'T ,' cis Meng.
Mrs. Ashline, Altar Society Presidi-
dent carried the St. Edward's bannerin
the Procession of the People duringthe

I Liturgy.
I Mrs. Kathy Pernini was the artist
who designed the booklet covers and
-; holy cards distributed to those atten-
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I ding.
Parish Council Meets
1.1 liONc;( $AMP HCTMESjNG; I Bill Marchese, Chairman presidedat
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The Perfect Double Feature. the meeting of the St, Edward's
;: Parish Council held in the parish hall
I j 'STAPKE FLORIDA' on March 16.

1'I 1\, \i'' Here's what makes it Plans were made for sponsorship of

I 1 .' BUILDEPS OFCiUSTOW) HOMES perfect... a County booth Fair.at the The upcoming 20 speed Bradford Western

"Foe 5Q YEARS I'NALAGHUA Flyer bicycle to be given away at that
I HBO' and'Cinemu1'3 Cinemax: time was on display.

O VAt 'UNIONtaLAY"'BAKERAND : The ( More movies, different movies. ,
; over 70 different movies a month. ,Cinemax shows all movies all the time. A glittering Lunch Menus

i BRADFORD GCUNTIES Only HBO and Cinemax show entirely different ,array of films, from classic comedies like Animal Bradford County Middle SchoolVo.
features each month. So, with The Perfect Double Crackers to contemporary dramas like 'Tess!From Tech. Center
Feature terrific You foreign films like A Night Full of Rain to familycan
BEFORE You PAY Too MUCH : there's always something to see. and all elementary schools
turn from smash HBO to favontes like Huckleberry Finn. Mysteries fantasies,
a recent movie on a MI,.March 1'. Pig In'the blank,buttered .
CHECK WITH Us smashing Hollywood musical on Cinemax. Switch adventures, romances.:.something for every movie. green peas, 1/2 orange peanut cookie milk
from an HDO superstar performance to a superb lover in the family. And each month, Cinemax movies Tuesdsy. March. 3* Salisbury .'steak mashed
WE foreign film on Cinemax.And there's something great are completely different from those shown on'HBO. potatoes, garden salad, fruil. cup, biscuits, milk
BUILD ON YOUr LOT Or OUrS Wednesday." March 31 Baked 'turkey It gravy
to watch,whenever you watch, because both the HBO HBO and Cinemax: buttered rice, cole alaw sweet potato pie, ...heat.
and Cinemax services are on 24 hours a day. 4 rolls, milk.Tbunday. .
FREE The perfect" entertainment value.t April I .Pizza Creek aalad,banana.

ESTIMATES 2 HBO: Great movies, With over 70 movies,plus sports and specials to choose brownie FrId.,,.milk.April t Baked ham, candled awed:
<. FINANGINS AVAILABLE great specials, great sports.: from each month HBO and Cinemax bring you the potatoes. turnip greens' Easter cake cornbread,
; Home Box Office shows all the hits like Any Which greatest choice your entertainment dollar can buy. milk. .
Way You Can and The Postman Always Rings T ice. 1 Bradford County High School ,
t LOTS AVAILABLE .ALSO ACREAGE But Great Movies Are Just The Beginning. You'll a .- .- to. Monday Mkrck 1'- PI., .., French. Met. Gl't't'k.

i" also see HBOnfysm-exclusive entertainment now HBC. &' I salad pear. ballllS.March milk 3:* Baked cookieTuesday. turkey grav'yj.
showing only on HBO and nowhere else on cable TV. ) mashed potatoes or dressing cola slaw. sweetjpotato ;
DELUXE TOt1NHOU ES FOr? SALE' Exclusive movies like THbutc. exclusive specials like pie,wheat rolls, milk '
.. .. Simon and Garfunkel Concert in the Park and'ry,,, Wednesday,March:31-Spaght'tIm..I.e.,
,
I : : 'OO
)" salad, Isis Bulls,
2 BEDROOM 1 2 BATH Perfect DduWe feature cheese sIix\ garden apple crisp
? exclusive sports like World Championship Boxing. I1.__ ; milk.. 'itThursday. -.
;; April I Whaler on a bun, French
e 1992 Home Box O6V.he'0 Reetetend service mark and TM service marts of Home Dot OMcs.IecHBO bean, chocolate cake
fries ,
1i green applesauce
ADULTS ONLY : : and Cinemax service*an amiable! areas served by cable TV and selected apartment butldinas sad private residencesCALL milk. .
I' Friday- April I.. Baked. ham candled tweet I j

h, ..5 TARTI NG. ATf34,4OQOQ'i ,,:,, : V r pot milk.sloes, turnip greens Easier ...1I..bH.d.... ,

Gar + TODAY! HBO. ;AND CINEMAX ARE AVAILABLE IN: Ala-Carte '. M..d. .Manh If. Hamburger,French fries\ ,,
\ii\% INTEREST FOP HOMES IFYOUQ ALIFYI : ,, pins milkshake" f

I ,, Bradford Video t'jnft; Tuesday. March 3. (Cheeaburger. pizza<
I French frtea.milkshake. ,
: Wo 964-6853 y i Iij'n; 1It 1'
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:. 964.6308 '," French arid milkshake
.7,:: : .
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I J 1 !l "'iT II \T".n.} : French trie,milkshake. ONE MILE SOUTH OF STAPKE ON SOI ,' pr --. la m.......ri".."""I.Cable TV''HOO..n.. had Friday.,milkshake Aped. i. .Plna,.Hamburger*, French '"





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J'. Dislike Last Week's Editorial I
i \ Readers Favor finie Watch, But

.U...' I t *
t' ,II there. And when the Lawtey
'' there would be no anyone
.' '. 1 paradise. It didn't matter to Jesus supporting Starke,
I: Takes Exception educator. Are you just filling in for someone : Live, Love and whom he stood beside or who he Starke. There is no industry to speak Sonics presented their 2nd Place
on vacation? Your bias and Let Live visited. of her .The only thing that keeps this Trophy to him-the famous Hope Diamond -
''lb"(Editorial. But Says sweeping generalities are appallingand town going is the prison system. was a mere twinkle compared

;i rfme Watch Good Idea an embarrassment,to your pro- A new title to answer "Let's Close Not! Because he was not a respector Sincerely. to his bright smile.
fession. < of He had love and Donna Pierce As organizers of the
,eUI", > the Barn Doors Before It's Too Late".titlel persons. compa- Benefit
sion for all he met. Hamilton/Gaskins Basketball
"Live, Love and Let Live.
Dent Editor, By the we agree that the Tournament, may we say a very
arWare?' Crime Watch Idea is a good one, Just Oh,forgot to mention I've been going Much Appreciation special thanks to all the fans, the people
writing in response to your because we visit inmates does not to one of the prisons here for Goes to Samaritans who worked the games, the merchants
editorial' last week on the proposed give us special Immunity to. any city's' almost four years. I've also lived In of Benefit Tournament (William's Jewelry, Waters'
Crim*' Watch' program and the crime wave.Concerning. '; Letters toThe'Editor your community for almost four Grocery and the Commissary Meat
reason for Starke's high crime rate. attended church here becauseof ,
years To the Residents of Bradford County Store); the coaches and their teams;
Ytauzs' graphic descriptions of your suggestion to what I am, a Christian, not what I There are few events in the lives of to Ben Strong, Charles Jackson; and
prisoners' families and friends is a "close the barn door before it's too want you to believe. I haven't beggedfor mankind that exude such love, joy especially to Mrs. Elizabeth G.
minority element that is found in ALL late," why don't you personally peti- anything yet. and warmth as the event that took Walker for helping two brave young
strata of society.However,in the way tion Tallahassee to move the Night at the families
place last Saturday and their as they SOR.JE.
you ,catergorized us (prostitutes, prisoners out of your community and I have worked for some very in- Gym. At the close of the courageously men fight a disease that Is
JWkiesdrug: dealers), we also know to another part of the state? How I just finished reading your articlein fluential people in your communityand Benefit Basektball Tournament Irie feared by all.
that you believe all Polocks are much support do you think you could your Thursday, March 18 edition, have learned to love and respect John Hamilton, Jr. assisted In the THANK YOU!
dumb,all Irish are drunkards,and all count on from your' local citizens? only to come home and cry. Whyl I I them very much. of trophies. Olivia T. Scott
Blacks slow and lazy. Close the barn door and watch Starke' presentation Dorothy S. MooreOrganizers
!are just left a man I love, a man that If I knew it wouldn't hurt my By the expression on his face,
become starker. made a mistake in life, like most people I could tell you a Little John* was! as excited as
failed to visiting privileges,
;Obviously, you have do. Some get caught, others don't,
research subject material. VICTIMS: Jean White few stories that could put a few of
your
to buy
enough
Besides the small percentage of Families in Prison Starke bu their some way have out.money Others are sent to your guards, oh, excuse me, C.O.'s, I,,.. ....c.. '.i- ) ',
behind the same walls as our ..
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that mentioned we right
undesirables '
you ..
prison., ; :
loved '. ,j.a. !
loved ones include accountants, real ones. ", "' ,._
brokers office their loved to visit ,t-\: ; ,
estate managers We, ones, try Then would be able to take :
x-ray technicians, school teachers, EDITOR'S NOTE: them every weekend to let them knowwe you your ./' 'J"" "'
child to see his or her father for a six-
writers, nurses, computer operators, still love them. We haven't givenup 'I\ """
hour visit and when it came time to $.1,'" "h'
and business owners. We spend our Yes, I was filling in, as you put it, on them. go, see your child's father walk away o. '!',;;;,; .., ." .'.'
money in Starke supporting your and apparently struck a nerve. Thereis :V. ,
from and could bear to hear :
businesses when we're here to visit at no doubt many fine upstanding Yes, they're human, but your'article you you :. '
the prison. The ones of us who citizens are among the families of sounds like you thought they were your children call out to their daddy '" "" i
relocate bring our talents and skills prison inmates. However, that by no animals and their families with them. repeatedly, "Daddy, I love you, bye. '
.
It all comes from the heart.
that can't help but enhance your com- means explains away the existence of a beautiful a Ht
But today was dart
munity. And we either' pay rent or the type of inmate family/relative to flow home and
day of love, a love that God has givenus As tears we go anx-
local property taxes. Whether we which the editorial referred.I for each other.We attended church iously wait for another visit to say I
relocate or not, all of us families pay together during our visit like we have love you, to build up their morales
the same taxes as the rest of the am glad you think the citizen
and to give them hope.
of the idea,' been for the last three years.
population for the upkeep penal Crime Watch a good

system.A Do you remember that Christ diedon Maybe there are some people that
editor is historically Bob Ferguson a cross with a thief and a murderer think prisoners are animals, like they
esteemed newspaper as a leading figure in his beside him, and just before he died he are often called and treated. But tit :

community,, a ,,trend, setter, and an said to them you shall be with me inSaturday's there is another judgement day com
ing when you and I wil stand before r

,. .. .. ... .. the Almighty and those that do not x
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know the greatest of all His com .
I '' '' mandments, LOVE, shall be cast Intoa

,,:, !'E". ]))l'l ';:'OJRtI'AL:! : ', ;.S:, ,; lake know of fire.I one. thing for sure, if r j .* .tiI


.. .. .- ,, ,anybody in your family gets into trouble y
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I pray he never has to face todays rr
prison system. But if he does, don't
forget him. Love him. Visit him.Show

Special Olympics him you care. He's not an animal. t li l

All the women that visit aren't prostitutes
and junkies. Many have professional
jobs and are from all walks.

Brought Out the "Team Spirit'" of life. James McLendon

You havent' walked in our shoes or
had the wounds opened time after

Last Saturday's District Special Olym- schools in the county, and just plain people time.blood But flows please like remember your yours this,: our our A Final TributeThree

pies hosted by Bradford County showed that who wanted to get out and pitch in. hearts beat too, our tears flow night

Special Olympics is a "team sport" in every after night because we are separatedfrom eulogies were spoken at the funeral of James McLendon

sense of the word. There were county and city officials up our loved ones ("Spanky" to his friends) In Blowing Roc N.C. last wee .

early for the opening ceremonies. With Bobby -- May God bless the reader that triesto
Delivered by three of his closest friends, these words brought com-
Sure,'the"Fesults'are individual-oriented! Smith leading the parade of athletes at understand the wives, mothers, the fort to those who had seen the 10-year-old author through those final
like at track meet. But in the wheel of Starke Fire fathers of inmates whom society has
just .a Special a Department months of terminal illness that ended his writing career all too soon.
Olympics the results don't seem to matterso truck. tried to strip of their pride and their This small town boy a graduate Bradford High School.by deter-_
much. It's the getting there that counts. dignity. Pray for us, we're praying mined;'effort'ovef two decades;'/had established his name, In the
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no, -- i' for you. literary world,and showed! promts4 of still! greater things to come I In, '
( 'Nearly 200 lks'Jlrom/Ga';, / &viile came 'J Iw g>*> "'V"* *\jtlvt I ''fhe/uture "' '. it .
5OThe srniffcs tlie''end 1 of the 50 meter' 'tover' to help out} many' ofthem>students ,j 1\.' Because he:jives we an face tomor-4'. ', ,
iib row. An 'Indication' of the high esteem in which McLendon was held in
( smileWvofh'by the wiener;; the loser;; front"sororities and fraternities in the Un-'
A Prisoners Wife "In Christ" Ms adopted home Blowing Rock was a full page In the local
and in between tells)) that winning viersity City.
everyone you !Mrs Thomas Lee KobersonDon't newspaper last week, devoted entirely to the tributes paid to the
is hardly everything. The joy for the I author of two prison novels, "Deathworh" and "Eddie Macon'sRun
from running from "and devoted to the Key West of
competitors came competing the non-/iction "Papa. years
The Florida National Guard
in good spirit, and for sharing that 146th Signal Cast AspersionsOn Ernest Hemingway the writer young McLendon most admired.
Battalion and Norman's Farm of Starke
,
joy with all the other competitors and the donated fruit. the InnocentIn "Jim made magic with words. Words were magic to him. His great
people who,watched and helped. talent -. he knew before all others. was God Given. He was the
March editorial the steward of that talent. This he understood."So spoke his good friend,
18 ,
There was McDonald's providing lunch to a I
The "team" wasn't just the participants;> all the contestants. And food items Telegraph laments an apparent increase Charles Justice. I
but also those who participated outside of donating in crime in the Starke area. "Jim McLendon was my pal. Everyone knows what a pal is
the events. The starters and timers, those for the concession stand the Kiwanis Club While the idea of a local crime watch because each of us had so many friends and so few pals. Jim McLen
ran was a long list of Starke ,businesses have merit, certain he not one
who measured the Softball throw the : may some don was all of this but in addition was a gentle man ,
Captain D's Denmark Furniture, Dixie statements in the editorial are terribly word but two." So spoke hrs good friend John Robert Terry. '
Kiwanis Club members who manned the
offensive.In .
concession stand, the people who escortedthe Cream Donuts, 'Dr. Leonard Schloffman, particular, the editorial alleges And then..>,these ,word Jrotrf Gerry!,,McCauley, McLendon's
retarded athletes from event to event Hardee's, the Meat Store, 'Pizza Hut, that prisoner families and girlfriends longtime literafy agent: f'Viwithereis" a satisfaction-ajoyforeach of,, .?
Powell's, Sun Ice Inc., TG&Y. Western who relocate in the Starke area are a us who knew the young boy. whose dreams shaped in the pine bar* -( I,,'
the "huggers" and the holders. There was / Florida were realized. Through the wise use of his,, t
Steer, and Winn Dixie. ; -j- big part of the problem as are released rens of North. p
at. least 625 participants Saturday, and prisoners who become local God-given talent his words have given him his own Immortality_ Buts 'J
there had to be nearly half that many ,-.1"1'; \ residents. "You get a lot of drunks greater than the legacy as a,writer,he 'leaves! behind< more impor-<< tU. I .
volunteers and sponsors. It was indeed a big team working. together' and drug addicts that you wouldn'tget tant even than his',literary aspirations, as,,Glwrltfrl; ; is the! ,record, he., i h., i .
Saturday. if the prisons weren't here, left as a man." i j.' 'I < Jlir, n\

The people who volunteered their time i' weren't" attracting that type of people The final salute'to M Lendon came In(flife', afternoon of the funeral', 'L,',:*' !d2 Id

the editorial claims.; when family."'and fre.nd.a4! ,!, returned from the site l in
and their donations indeed make Special In the first place, the dozen or so grave \\l\e!\ > 8) ,:a
: t! I mountains of Blowing/ Rock.. 'High overhead'a, single-engine ,,
plane,! III I
it
Olympics as special as was. family folks who I know in the Starke "
area are good, law-abiding citizens circled home twice, ,(?fyer,. :, 'Ehei, wooded,ridge surrounding the "McLendon j I

:There was the tireless efforts of people and some of the finest people I know. "> .1< "J/i/..i, ')'H
How do you think they feel reading His wife. Ann knew without'looking whose plane It was and who. l/n i
like Mary Strong, Grover Howard, Darrell ; such Insults? the pilot would be. Dr.Norfisjfarbold: cariologist with the Sanger ;">. W
O'Neal and Mike Cooney starting in the Secondly, "if the prisons weren't Clinic In Charlotte where Mci.ndon had been treated for concert Art 111
planning stages months ago and continuing here," as the editorial speculates, the old and dear friend of Jamel..MCCeWon1DR Harbold had attended '
unto darkness Saturday to make Bradford's local economy would crumble into his patient with unsparing care and devotion during those final
hosting of the dust and the Bradford-Union area weeks of illness. Now he had flown to Blowing Rock to add his final
games possible. would have, more people out of work tribute. flying a series of,aerial salutes including the classic
than working. Your unemploymentrate "Immelman Loop" and the beautiful dip of a tilted wing traditional
There was Anna Clayton of Bradford Mid- C.I./ Pete Say : would be as high as some of the gesture of final farewell to a fallen soldier.

dle School and Tina Hemming of Sunshine areas where many of our prisonerscome The symbol of"going 'home."
Acres burning the. midnight oil with Mrs. from.

Strong to get the stacks of paperwork taken Go ahead and set up a crime watchif
care of.There. Would you believe. several dogwoodtrees you decide that it will do some good.

planted along the city:parkways on But please members don't cast of aspersions on in' Starke Rec. Department'sEaster
,
nocent your communityand
Walnut Street have been "removed"by
was the Starke Kiwanis Club's already blame them for your own pro-
corps showing up everywhere Saturday in parties unknown who evidently thought blems. Egg Hunt is April 8

their white, hats. Add to them members of they needed them worse than the City Sincerely Lohman yours,

other groups such as the Starke Civitans, Beautification Program sponsored by the James The Starke Recreation Department will be holding an Easter hunt

the middle school Beta Club, the Woman's Starke Woman's Club. Some were dug up Editor's Note: Thursday, April a. at Wainwright Park on Church St. across from the egg Brad-

Club and Jr. Woman's Club of Starke, the and others just pulled from the ground.It We did not intend to cast aspersionson ford Health Dept.
The hunt for '
BHS Art Club, and others who volunteered is amazing that ,anyone' interested any law abiding citizen. We refer- p.m. Also, an Easter ages 4-7 bonnet will start at 10 a,m. and a with for ages 8-1218 set for 2
red those citizens who not law
to are and
their time to lend a helping hand. enough in beautification to want dogwoodtrees ,abiding. If all citizens were law place. Special eggs with raMssaasSBChildren colored second -

( for their own use would help destroy abiding there would be no need for a eggs and punch and cake will be

-jAndhot just club members got involved. the CIP program. Have a heart folks these crime watch. should bring their own eggs in.HRSAcceptingApplications .

Tpere was employees and inmates fromCIstudents trees were planted for the enjoyment of !

arid teachers from all the everyone!I'V .0 Without Prisons There

't I' Would be no StarkeIn \
If .
( r regard to your prejudiced For Low Income AssistanceThe

editorial comment In The Telegraphon
C( March 18, 1982. I would just like to
5\ BRADFARD ott say that it reeks of prejudice.You Department of Health and still be eligible because some incomesare
"'' _S1NCE187!= J- fail to mention all the guards Rehabilitative Services Is accepting not counted.Applications.
q 1 who are fired each month from the applications for the low-income Home forms will be
jidait \\1f. prison for bringing in drugs. You also energy Assistance Program.The program available at HRS Economic Services
t rtrttft t' fail to mention all the revenue that will end on April 23. offices (AFDC and Food Stamp offices
: these"prison relatives"generate into The purpose of the program is to ), and some city and county
low-income
o the stores of Starke Including buying help their home households with welfare offices Community Action'
energy costs.The limit for Agencies, utility
'your silly newspaper. company offices or
-:7InIs. BOB G. FERGUSON --JOHN M..MILLER/ Next time you decide to write such a for household's monthly income is $359 other community-based organiza-
a prejudiced editorial, do a little one person$474 for two $58s for tions.
'If', Publlshes' research with the prison administration three plus $U5,for' each additional For more Information, contact your
Published each Act ol March 3.: 187SubKrlptlon and find out now guardsare person; however a household whose local HRS Economic Services office
Tr.ur.doy and entered en Second Class_ Matter at the Post OHIc at Stark*,Flo. under many income Is more than, the limit
fired each month for bringing in may at 964-8039,
rote In trade area: $9.00 Per Year; $5.00 Six Month drugs and stealing meat and equip-
Stark.,Florida 33091
Y i'Phooe'W4-63O5 .X. OyHlde trade.area: $10.00 Per Year; $5.50 Six Month' ment from the prison system. HI like the. dreams of the future b-tttr than the history of

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,..rMt '! 11; ",n 'o The Social SideGladys >I> Bradford-UnionRetired ErrlergencyMedical Services Teachers Program"What Have I

W7 >. .J
l Is Your Pressure?" was the Director of the National Retired
Mooty Of The theme used by Jerry Wilson and Gene Teachers .Association, announced the
.' Raulerson of the Union County Leadership Workshop to be held Friday
April 30. at the First Baptist
4 Emergency Medical Services at the
i Society Editor, Bradford-Union Retired Teachers Church in Gainesville.Dr. .

tw Association meeting on Thursday, Paul Hanna, Florida Retired
964-7608 News March 18 in Lake Butler. Teachers Legislative Committee

po o Mr, Wilson explained the many ser spoke on the newest legislative program
vices offered to Union County for Florida retired teachers.
citizens. They cooperate with the surrounding Dwight Hunter, District IV Director -
counties, Bradford,Alachua invited members of the Bradford-
Williams-Moore Wed March 19Ms. and Duval. Following the discussionand Union Health Care Cost Containment
answer period, they provided a Committee to the forum on Medi-Gap
and blue silk baby's breath. blood pressure check for each one and Insurance on Monday. March 22, at
Esther Williams, daughter of Mrs. O.J. O'Steen and Mrs. J.C. had the equipment on display. the Senior Center In Gainesville.The .
Mrs. J.T. Kirkland Sr. of Starke and
,
'Y4 1)c Griffis presided at the food table Dr. William Gager, Assistant State business session was held at 11
: ) Nelson Moore of Starke were united in
: which was covered with a white lace a.m. presided over by Mrs. Muriel S.
Friday, March 19, at 7p.m. Norman, president. Mrs. Eunice,
.
In Stare Church of God with Rev. cloth over blue linen and centered
r .1i Walter Montz performing the nup-- with a crystal bowl filled with a Edith Murray, Searing tional. gave an inspirational devo-.
pineapple, green grapes and cheeses. '
tials. Randy ManningSet A delicious buffet was served bySonny's
Plates held finger foods.
: 1'j. Decorating the altar were pots of Miss Shana Schmitt kept the bride'sbook Wedding Date Barbeque. Mrs. Mamie Jo
fern centered with a basket of blue
Douglas and Mrs.. Blanche Brown
at a table covered with a white
and white chrysanthemums, pom- Mr. and Mrs. Carl of
Murray hostesses, decorated the tables with
lace cloth over blue linen and held a
poms and carnations. At one side wasa Raiford announce the wedding date of beautiful azaleas and spirea.
blue taper in a silver candlestick en-
unity candle. An arrangement of their daughter Edith Man-
to Randy Following the luncheon Mrs.
circled with and blue silkbaby's
yellow spring flowers was placed on breath.greenery. ning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Man- Georgia Watson, program chairman,
the piano. In the vestibule was the ning of Starke.
presented the program and the birth-
Following wedding trip to South
guest book and feather pen flanked by Florida a The wedding will be an event of day celebration. Miss Kathryn Ep
the couple is residing on
a glass globe holding blue-silk SR16W. Saturday, March 27 at 4 p.m. in the person, membership chairman,
rosebuds. Starke Church of God. presented a tribute to Mrs. Winnifred
Mrs. Moore is at Nor-
Daniel Martin, organist, presenteda employed All friends and relatives invitedto
-I Iv are Geiger, deceased Union County
theast Florida State Hospital in Mac-
of music.
program nuptial attend the wedding and reception member.
The bride wore a hand crocheted clenny. Mr. Moore, retired from Du- following.
candlelight street length gown with Pont, Inc., is employed by the City

boat neck,short cap sleeves and fitted Power Plant. Teena Norman
waist with candlelight belt of soft Carolyn Strickland
leather. She carried a white Bible and Teena Norman Honored At

wore a corsage of miniature blue car- Shower HonoreeMiss Tony Brantley Coke PartyThe
nations.A Married March 12
.;, reception was held in the Teena Norman, April 9 bride- home of Mrs. Charles Schmittwas
,, ,t't": ., '' Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Charles elect, was honored( at a bridal shower Carolyn Strickland, daughter of Mr the setting for a Coke party
Schmitt greeted the guests at the Thursday night, March 18, given by and Mrs. Fred Strickland of Swan- Saturday afternoon, March 20, from
door. Miss Lisa Reddish, Mrs. Ervin An- nanoa, N.C., and William Benjamin 3-5 p,m. in honor of Miss Teena Norman
At points of interest were pots of drews, Mrs. Mark Reddish, Mrs. Ver- (Tony) Brantley of Ridgecrest N.C., bride-elect of Carlton Faulk.
Boston Fern and wedding palms. non Reddish Mrs. John A. Reddish, formerly of Starke, son of Mr. and The home was decorated in the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strube Jr. The bride's table was covered witha and Mrs. Peggy Gaskins at the homeof Mrs. Ralph Futch of Black Mountain, strawberry theme with pots of
white linen cloth and centered witha the latter on SR225. N.C. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. strawberry plants placed at points of
I Barbara Valinski and Jack Strube three tiered wedding cake in Potted plants were used to highlight I Willie E. Green of Starke, were unitedin interest.
candlelight decorated with blue points of interest In the party rooms. marriage Friday, March 12 in The refreshment table was covered
Wed Feb. 27 in St. Edward's ChurchMiss rosebuds and topped with a bouquet of Games were played and prizes Mountain View Baptist Church in with a white lace cloth over red linen
blue rosebuds and satin ribbon flank- awarded to Mrs. Jim Faulkner and Black Mountain, N.C. and centered with a crystal bowl of
ed by blue burning tapers in silver Mrs. Mike Gaskins. ? Among the guests were Mr and carved out pineapple filled with
Barbara Vahn&ki, daughter of The center of the auditorium held a candle holders surrounded with The refreshment table was covered Mrs. Willie E. Green, Mrs. Sharon strawberries and flanked with a
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Valinski of large urn arrangement of gladiolus, greenery and silk blue roses. The with a lace cloth and centered with an Sweat, Johnny Sweat, one of the strawberry shortcake doll. The table
Starke, and Jack Edward Strube, Jr., snapdragons and wax flowers flankedby cake was served by Mrs. J.C. Batten arrangement of pastel silk flowers. ushers, Mrs. Lisa Morgan and Andy held various finger foods. Coke was
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Strube, two circular food tables covered and Mrs. Clara Redding. Silver com- The hostesses presented the Morgan, all of Starke. served from a silver punch bowl from
Sr. of Keystone Heights, were unitedin with white cloths and holding silver potes held nuts and mints. 'honoree with the serving platter to the buffet attended by Miss Shana
marriage Saturday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 trays of hors d'ouevres and finger The punch table was covered with a her chosen china as a memento of the Schmitt. A huge strawberry pinatawas
p.m. in St. Edward's Catholic Churchin food. Sprengerel garlands draped white lace cloth over blue linen and occasion. hung from the chandalier in the
Starke with Father Edward both tables. Ficus trees with centered with a crystal punch bowl Among the 30 guests were Mrs. Eastern Star dining room.
Rooney performing the nuptials. miniature lights and urn arrangements flanked by blue tapers in silver candle L.M. Norman,Jr. and Mrs. Leon Nor- Supper March 27 The gift table held a strawberry
Highlighting the altar were two of greenery were placedat holders. Encircling the bowl was a man, mother and grandmother of the plant in a red compote.The .
altar arrangements of liatris, snap- different vantage points. The piano garland of greenery and blue silk honoree and Mrs. L.A. Johns and Starke Chapter No. 224, Order of the hostesses, Mrs. Schmitt, Ms.
dragons, carnations and pompoms held a large arrangement of rosebuds. Silver bon-bon dishes held Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr., mother and Eastern Star, will have a covered dish Jan Corbett and Mrs. Mark Joyner
flanked by two brass tree gladiolus, wax flowers and nuts and mints. Presiding at the grandmother of the prospectivegroom. supper, Saturday, March 27, at 7 p.m. presented the mothers a corsage
candelabras decorated with liatris, alstroemeria lillies. The sunroom hada punch bowl were Mrs. J.T. Kirkland, in the Masonic Hall. made of crocheted strawberries and
snapdragons, carnations and pom- table covered with burgundy Jr. and Miss Joclla" Crawford. All Masons and their families are the bride-elect with a corsage of the
poms. An arrangement of greenerywas flounce and white overlay cloth where Miss Dana Redding served the invited to attend. same and a juice set of Strawberry
placed under the communion champagne was served. Presiding at groom's cake at a table covered with Edith Murray Shortcake.
table. Bows marked the family pews. the champagne table were Scott Navy blue linen cloth with a
Mrs. Mona Canova, organist, and Roberts, Wade Winkler, John Den- candlelight lace overlay and centered Shower HonoreeThe
Mrs. Joey Smith, !soloist, presented a mark, Mark Mitchell,' Alan Mon-. with a chocolate cake flanked by blue Fellowship Hall of the Starke
program of nuptial music. tgomery and Butch Faulkner. burning tapers in silver candlesticks.The Church of God was the setting for a
Mr. Strube attended his son as best The bride's table was covered witha cake was encircled with greenery bridal shower March 18 for Edith
man. Ushers were John Valinskl and white Army/Navy cloth over a Murray, bride-elect of Randy Mann- Sw
Joseph Valinskl, brothers of the burgundy flounce and was centered
bride, Brute' 'and Tom Strube, with a four-tiered wedding cake ,XI Iota Delta ing.The hall was gayly decorated in 5
br hers of ; decorated with t fresh flowers Two jHolds Meeting wedding. bells and 'azaleas,-The gift
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Miss JefthWe'rJVla'is-Served\ maia'of I "silver caVi'delabras holding burning
; as '' table was.covered with a white lace T
onor. Bridal attendants were Miss tapers were to either side. Sprengerel >The"'second regular meeting of 'Xl cloth over purple linen and was 0 0 0 a
garlands draped the length of the Iota Delta was held at the home of
Lori Shufprd, Mrs. Lee Sparks and centered with a crystal vase holding ,
Mrs. Daniel Norman. They were attired table. Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Brenda Slade at Hampton recently. pink azaleas and bridal wreath flank 0 .
fv.
alike in burgundy gowns of George Roberts, Jr., Mrs. Cynthia The program was "Never ed by a bride and groom in country
qiana and lare with a high neckline Schmitt and Mrs. Bobby Biggs cut the Underestimate the Power of a style. ,
and yoke and sleeves fashioned with cake. Woman" given by Connie Best. Elec- The refreshment table was covered
point de spirit lace. They carried The punch table was covered with a tion for 1982-83 officers was held.A with a white lace cloth over purple
lace cloth over a burgundy flounce Preferential Tea' for membersand
crescent arrangements of cranberry linen and centered with a bride and
liatris, alstro'meriaillies\ miniatureca .and held a silver punch bowl encircled rushees will be held in the homeof groom and encircled with azaleas.
nations and freesia in shades of with greenery. Presiding over the Marie Wynn at 3 p.m. on March 28. Games were; played and prizes

bu gundy'white; mauves and pinks. punch bowl were Mrs. Bradley were awarded. REASON #5: If the IRS audits your return,
he bride, given in marriage by her Carter, Mrs. John Anderson Mrs. The hostesses, Mrs., S.J. O'Steen,
cost.
H&R Block with at no extra
J.E. Denmark and Mrs. E.E. Thorn- goes you
fat er, wore her mother's weddinggo Vanzant-Batten Mrs. Jimmy Duncan, Miss Trixy
an, a Rolanda original, made en- ton.Assisting Moore Miss Gail Rhoden and Mrs. An IRS audit can be an anxious time (for any taxpayer -
tir 'Iy of pure champagne bridal satin in caring for the guests HarleyVanzantDouble Sam Bassett presented the honoree But. if you're audited. Block will go with you
st led with long. sleeves, scoop were Mrs. Maxie Carter,Jr. and Mrs. Wedding March 26 with a corsage and a toaster as a at no extra cost Not as a legal representative but to
ne< kline, empire princess bodice of Jerome Johns. memento of the occasion. explain how return was prepared. We're always
your
Mrs.,.Julian McRae All friends and relatives are Invitedto
re- ;mbrodef! ; 'imported -chantilly provided piano ready to stand behind you, year-round.
.,
lacs appliqued1 with''iridescent' sev'; background music during the recep- attend the double wedding Friday,
qu ns and'eed'pcarls. The princessski tion.Following' March 26, at 7 p.m. uniting Sherri Mercy Dee Hill
t waS'txtoffunt' and fell into in- a wedding trip snow ski- Vanzant to Albert Batten Jr. and
vei ted |pltlatI'atl.'the) '! sides, ter" ing In Gatlingburg.Term., the coupleIs Teresa Harley to Michael Vanzant. Darryl Wakefleld U
mi atingihtWUthbpeltrainSheworeta \ residing in Keystone Heights. The wedding and reception will be To Wed March 27 _i H&R BLOCKs> VISA
;arl and 6ftiYttrtid'fctendantHnd' her The bride graduated from Bradford held at the Highland Baptist Churchin I
The marriage of Mercy Dee Hill to THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
School attended St.Johns River
he dpiece was of liatris rubrum High ; Lawtey.
Junior and works for the State Darryl Lamar Wakefield will be an One decision.
lill es, stephanotis and baby's breath.Sh College 17 reasons. smart
carried 't: o'ver-the-hand cres-, Attorney's office in'Gainesville. Did You Know........\., event of Saturday, March 27 at 5 p.m.
ce t cascJiae'6f' white liatris, rubrum, "The groom graduated from Ribault at Mt. Pisgah A.M.EChurch: in STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

till IV cs, ste Cnartesk' attofislfthd\ Darby baby's directed breath the 'High School St. Johns in 'Jacksonville River Junior and Col-attended Miss Erma Stroud of Andalusia. Starke Starke Golf with and a reception Country Club.following at 964 N. Temple Ave. Keystone Shops #3

we* ding.rs. lege. He works at General Electric in Ala. is visiting her sisters, Sadie and All friends and relatives of the cou- 964-8286 Hwy 21 N .473.3646
Gainesville. Cbell Elder for a month. ple are invited to attend.
A reception was held in the Starke
Wo en'st ub.where Mrs. Warren, "
Wi kler gwet tlulhe, guests >ab'>thtob' :'
door. The brido's, book was kept'by
Mrs. Paul Valinski, cousin of the SEWING
briije. The book table held an arrangement
:of gladiolus, wax flowersan
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Matt Herres, a recent bride. r J
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was honored at a bridal shower Mon-' WANTED '
day evening, March 15, at the home of Assorted
Larry S. Paterson of Brownlee Road. Selection
Hostesses were Miss Janet Mon Home sewing or previous factory -

tgomery, Miss Susan Edwards, Mrs. DOGGONITS of
Steven Kroll, Mrs. D.H. Wager, Mrs. experience, but not re
R.G. Paterson Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Matching '
Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, Mrs. W.H. Ed- quired. Steady work and good SUNDRESSES'
wards, Mrs. L.S. Paterson and Mrs. Short Sets

D.H. Montgomery.Vases benefits. Apply in person to:
of roses highlighted points of I
interest in the party rooms. The gift Lake Butler Apparel .
table was covered with a lace cloth
and held an arrangement of long 611 S.E. 2nd St. .
stemmed pink roses in a frosted Good S.l otion 3 Po. $12.95Watson's
crystal vase. Lake Butler ofTOPS 1
The honoree and her mother-In-law Please No Phone Calls MatchingSuits
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Mrs. Herbert Herres were presented
with white carnation corsages and the SHORTSNew
honoree was also( given the serving for Larger'
platter of her chosen china by her Arrival
Vacuum Cleaners1Spring Ladles
hostesses as a memento of the occa- ; .

sion.Seventy guests were invited to at- Cle n.upt Sale '

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Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Mrs. El : Long Sleeve
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Starke and Mrs. Bud Dukes and Mrs. on makes In stock Shirts
J.C. Turlington of Auburndale attended 301 PlaxaSI ...
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I Loretta Beasley and Timmy Saxon Did You Know........... Hampton HilitesSenior I

Clark,Kim Casey,Daniel Dailey,Cindy .
Married March 5 in Church of God of Mrs.Bradford-Union A Russell Norman Retired, president Teachers Cit'tzens petition High School at the Band University on March of 13 Florida in com- Parado, Donna Parado and

Association, and Mrs. Thornton The Hampton Senior Citizens Club were Teresa Bauldree, Bryan Clark, Melissa Williams. They all received
Starke Church of God was the set Johns, Health Care Cost Consultant had a good meeting on Friday with 26 D.J. RiddIck and Angela Thomas. superior or excellent ratings in in-
ting for the marriage of Loretta committee chairman, attended the members attending. Mrs.Clara Hicks D.J. also received a superior rating dividual competition. Donna also
Beasley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forum on Medi-Gap Insurance last of Charlottsville, Va., was welcomedas for his snare drum solo on March 6. assisted the Master of Ceremonies for
Harvey Starling of Starke to Timmy Monday at the Senior Center in a guest. Birthdays of several The Bradford Middle School Band the District V performance and
Saxon, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Edward Gainesville. members were recognized as well as received superior ratings for their helped with sight reading.
of Lake Butler
Saxon of Hampton which took place the 57th wedding anniversary of Mr. performance on March 13 In Starke. Laurie King spent
March 5 at 8 p.m. with Rev. Dan Steve Futch and Mike Cooney at- and Mrs. Lynn Hall which occured on Among those from this area who the weekend with her friend, Donna
Richardson performing the nuptials. tended the launch at Cape Canaveral March 14. played with the band were Amy. Parado.
Centering the altar was a heart Air Force station, Titusville on Mon- Condolence -
shaped brass candelabra on the day to witness NASA's third launch of Sympathy is extended to the family
rostrum flanked by tree candelabras the space shuttle.Mr. and friends of Margaret Stewart who
interspersed with arrangements of died at Baptist Hospital in Jackson- PUBLIC NOTICEA
mixed spring flowers against a and Mrs. Bill Reddish and ville on March 21. Mrs. Stewart had
background of ficus trees and palms. daughter Susan of Indianapolis, Ind. observed her 100th birthday on March
The mothers of the bride and groom were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 13.
presented the rings to the couple dur- W.S. Peters at Kingsley Lake. JoCephus Band Entertains public hearing will be held at 7:00|

ing the exchange of rings. Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Saxon JoCephus and The Ghost Rider
Mrs. Barbara Kirkland, organistand Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendor Band entertained in Williston on ( p.m. Tuesday on April 6, 1902 at City Hall
Mrs. Diane Hughes, soloist, Misses Sylvia and Michelle Thornton. returned home Friday from Blowing March 13 when they played for the
presented a program! of nuptial Following a wedding trip to Disney Rock, N.C. They were accompanied Springs Hunt Club. under Auth. FS 166.041 amending Sec.
music. World the couple is residing in Hamp- by their daughter-in-law Mrs. Jim Jody Wadsworth, who plays with
Mark Jones attended as best man McLendon and children, Stacey, Ian the JoCephus Band, performed with 10.2 Sec. C and Sec. 10.31 C to add
ton.The par.
and the ushers were Eddie Saxon and bride and groom are both and Caitlin. After a short visit to his 'guitar on March 12. He had accompanied
Randall Crawford. graduates of Bradford High School. Disney World and Cape CanaveralMrs. his parents, Jerry and
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Miss Tammy Barnes served as She graduated in 1982 and is McLendon and children returned Margaret Wadsworth to Mayport as a use permitted by special exception
maid of honor. She wore a long chart- employed at Andrews Drug Store and to their home In Blowing Rock on where they enjoyed a seafood dinner.
tilly lace pink gown with jacket of he graduated in 1980 and is employed Tuesday.Mr. After dinner Jody was a guest of his { the following: Mini Warehouses.At .
chantilly lace, short cap sleeves and at Automotive Parts Center In Starke. instructor, Mr. Ken Dennis, and the
stand-up ruffle collar. She wore pink and Mrs. LaRue Williams and Cripple Creek Band and played his this time all persons desiring to be|
roses and baby's breath in her hair. family of Ormond Beach were Sunday guitar there.
She carried an arm bouquet of pink Membership Drive For visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson. Visitors | heard shall be allowed to speak.
carnations with pink streamers.Mrs. Robbin Wadsworth and her grand-
Friends of the
Gail Allen and Mrs. Julie Library Mrs. Elizabeth Fowler of Eau mother, Mrs. Madge Sullivan of
Crawford served as bridal attendantsand Annual membership drive for Gallic, former Starke resident, is Waldo, spent the weekend at Valano
wore gowns similar to the honor Friends of the Library Is beginningthis guest this week of Miss Lillian Stump. Beach. They spent some time with
attendant except in baby blue. They month. The Bradford County Robbin's aunt and uncle, Mr. and L.M. Gaines
wore blue roses in their hair and car- Public Library exists for everyone in Mr. and Mrs. David Mendenhall Mrs. Bobby Sullivan, enjoying the
ried a blue arm bouquet. the county. For your informationalneeds and daughter, Ashley of Atlanta spent beach and the sunshine. Zoning Admin.
Little Miss Jennifer Swanson served visit the library and you will Wednesday to Sunday with her Justin Wadsworth spent the
as flower girl. She wore a long pink find, or be directed to the answer. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Byrd of
gown with pink satin ribbon in her Bookmobile and outreach programs Orange Heights. He enjoyed a day of
hair with baby's breath. Chris extend throughout the county. Mrs. Agnes Vallad of Detroit, Mich. fishing with Mr. Byrd.
Crawford was ring bearer and wore a There is always something going on is visiting Mrs. Elna Schaffer for Viola Lefebvre accompanied her
blue tuxedo with pink ruffle shirt. at the library for children, teenagers, several weeks. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and without drugs
The bride,given in marriage by her and adults. Available are a variety of Mrs. Otis Leech of Owensboro, Ky.,to Need Help I Dieting? or chemicals.
father, wore a long qiana knit A-line records for listening, or instruction in Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr. returned last Orlando last week. They visited Steve
gown with long bishop sleeves with typing, foreign language, or dancing. Thursday after a weeks visit with her and Sherry Ellis and Stephanie, and NEW
accented lace florets. There was a Magazines on travel, money Guide to granddaughter and family, Mr. and went on to Brooksville to visit friends. .DevMooed .rested and
chiffon insert accented with lace North Florida Living,and many other Mrs. D.G. Effrain in Vero Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shippey of @The uccesftfuUy ustfd: by
medical doctor.
florets on the bodice of the dress and subjects are there for you to check Roselle Park, N.J., arrived Sunday to *
chapel train. Her Juliet cap securedher out. The regular summer story programs Rev. and Mrs. Donald N. Denmark, spend several days with her father, earclip. 'to Sate wear&comfortable,does not
waist length veil with lace florets have attracted 50 to 100 Jr. and daughters Kay and Cheryl of William Lahn. A natural pierce the "skin
gracing the edge of the veil. She car. children many times. Charleston, Miss spent Monday to Congratulations weight 'eu' iy Easy 10 .use.
ried a cascade bouquet of pink silk Your suggestions as to the types of Thursday with their uncle and aunt, Among those assisting in winning control just press the
roses, white stephanotis and ivy.A books and other programs you would Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman. superior ratings for the Bradford plan hat( the' u-Rlng'U-caned
reception was held in the church like to have in your library are While here they visited Mr. Den- helps you N ,. at your
Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Charles welcome. Money received for mark's mother, Mrs. Rachel Den- to eat I fingertipS
M. Schmitt, director, greeted theguests membership as a Friend of the mark, who is in the Longwood Health Christian KnightsOf less '
at the door. Library is used directly for books, Care Hospital.Mr. .
The hall was highlighted with records, etc. for you to use. the Temple to Meet

palms and evergreens.The Memberships are: $2 Single and Mrs. Jerry Moran, Easter Sunday Rely an youUradys ov&common sense
bride's table was covered witha Membership, $5 Family Membership, Myldred Cuttino and Ida Shaw attended and tecover fie joy 4 bang weight I itatural way
white lace cloth over pink and and $10 (and over) Patron. the Sectional Bridge Tournamentin Bradford Community No. 43 Chris-
centered with a three tiered wedding Ocala over the weekend. tian Knights of the Temple will worship Acu Rn, "comes with an attractive carrying caw and complete instructions
cake decorated with pink rosebuds, as a unit; on Easter Sunday at the including .i balanced tieobie diet Let us demonstrate the new Aeu-RIRII'''-

chrnbums and doves, flanked with Christopher Kinney Mrs. Robert Taylor of Raiford and First United Methodist Church in RESULTS! .
five-branch silver candelabras Mrs. Sessions of Starke.
Mary Keystone
holding burning pink tapers. Silver Celebrates BirthdayIn Heights were Sunday visitors of Mr. Meet in the parking lot at 10:45: a.m.Sir J. Neesmith, 6 Ibs. 10 days; J. Sellers, 91bs. 7 days; C.

bowls held mints and nuts. Mrs. celebration of Christopher and Mrs. Tullie Norman. Knights in full Templar uniforms Hendersons, 4 Ibs. 5 days; D. Milkowski, 10 Ibs. -10 days;
Esther Sanders and Mrs. Maria Shelton Kinney's second birthday his without swords. and F. Dailey, 12 Ibs. 14 days.
Walker cut the cake. parents, Wayne and Diann Kinney Mrs. David Byers of Jacksonville
The punch table was covered with a entertained him and 30 of his little visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.J.
Ronald
white late cloth over pink and friends at a party at the home of his Eggers on Sunday. "Some folks are too politeto :' Dr. E. Dopson Chiropractor
bo to good
up any
centered with an arrangement of mixed -
grandmother, Carolyn Redgrave, Kin Hubbard Phone: 964.8018
spring flowers. Crystal punch Saturday afternoon, March 20. Misses Beth Boland of Athens, Ga.
bowls were placed at either end. Mrs. The TV Sesame Street theme was and Tracy Clower of Atlanta are
Reba Hicks and Mrs. Wanda Sapp carried out in the decorations in- visiting Mrs. H.L. Speer this week.
presided at the punch bowls cluding a table cloth with Sesame -
Miss Alesia Sheffield presided at Street characters and birthday cake MrJ and Mrs. Curtis Sanders, Sr. of
the bride's book table which was displaying Big Bird and Ernie.'The Spartanburg, S.C.spent last Saturday
covered with a white lace cloth over carport was gayly decorated with colorful to Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.
pink and held an arrangement of spring balloons and large paper balls Sanders, Jr.
flowers. hanging on the rafters.
!Miss Tina Bowen and Mrs. Delores Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves of
Wilkerson served the groom's cake Dick and Mildred Thomas, maternal Lafayette, La. were weekend guests
from a table covered with white lace grandparents of Chris of Keystone of Mrs. J.E. Wilson.
cloth over plum linen and centered Heights, Patti Frick with sons, Ryan
with a chocolate groom's cake flanked and Shaun of Gainesville, Sharon and Jerry Moran, Jr. left last Thursday
with silver candelabras holding Brad Locke and son, Dean, of Lake for Washington D.C. to join Host In- SPJ4 I
burning pink tapers. Silver Paul Worth, Tillman and Irene Hutto, Ron- ternational for six weeks indoctrination -
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nuts. The other end of the table held a assistant manager for one of their
ball and chain, billy jack, handcuffsand restaurants In Pittsburg Pa.
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Lady Tornado Award Winners... The Best Tornadoes In 4 Sports..

Girls winning awards at last week's Fail-Winter ban- Not pictured were Tracy llankcrson and Queenie Winning banquet awards in the boys sports of wrestlTeddy! Bresee, Kevin Howe, Eddie Thorntons Chuck
I quet included, left to right: Vonda Kay Hall, Hope Berry ing basketball cross country and weightlifting were Williams, and Richard Warren.
Jackson Linda DeWitt.Jennifer Nix and Dana Cooper. front row left to right: Michael McDuffie, Billy Green. Not pictured were William Salmon and Martrlla:

Tom Pierce and Wade Widener. 2nd row, left to right. Moore.




I Youthful BHS Sports Teams Honored at All Sports Club BanquetLast



week's Bradford High Fall- program, and the need for the young Richard Warren was boys Most sophomore Vonda Kay Hall as Most Green, who tied for 5th in the state in pounds during the season was Most
Winter Sports Banquet served to illustrate players to work hard all-year round, Outstanding, and senior Jennifer Nix Improved. the 114 pound class this year. Junior Improved, and Moore, who had the
the fact that BHS has very but he might as well have been speak- was girls Most Improved. Jackson was also MVP for the Michael McDuffie went home with 3 biggest total of the year for BHS at
young sports teams this year. ing for all the coaches present Thurs- Sexton's basketball awards all wentto volleyball team coached by Inez trophies, for most takedowns (30)), 450, was Most Outstanding.Also .
Very, very few of the All Sports day as just about everyone has a good seniors. Chuck Williams won the Harvey. Most Dependable for reversals ((35)), and near falls ((56)). recognized at the banquet[
Clubs senior trophies the traditional nucleus back for coming seasons. Sportsmanship award, Kevin Howe volleyball was senior Tracy Hanker- Most Pins, which Childers equated to were the varsity cheerleaders and
awards to 12th grade athletes, were Cross Country Coach George Loper got the Coaches honor for hard work son, with senior Dana Cooper winningthe a knockout in boxing, was shared by sponsor Barbara Brown, the JV
passed out as most of the athletes introduced talked about the Impact the Roadrunner and determination, and Eddie"Bird" Coaches award. junior Tom Pierce, who had 12, and cheerleaders and sponsor Debbie
were sophomores, juniors, program he coordinates at the Thompkins the team leader in scor- Typical of the youth movement at Green, who had 11. Most improved Bigham, the JV ba&ketballers coached
and even freshman.So Middle School will have in bringing ing and rebounding, was MVP. BHS was the wrestling team, and wrestler was sophomore Teddy by Rick Stephens, and volunteer
although for the most part the talented youngsters into the BHS run- Girls basketball coach Gayle Lee coach Cole Childers said the Tornadoes Bresee. assistant wrestling coach Dann:
won-lost records of the teams weren't ning ranks. A good example was praised her girls for achieving a had to take some lumps this The weightlifting team coached by Nugent, along with members of the
quite as shiny as the trophies givenout freshman Linda DeWitt, who was the preseason goal of 12 wins (they bet- year. "Wrestling can be downright Lanier Clyatt might have been the community who had helped BITS
the promise of improvement was girls Most Outstanding runner and tered that with 14 wins). Her award discouraging when you start out youngest team of the bunch. "Only 3 athletics.All .
evident in all the young faces. called by Loper "one of the top winners were senior Hope Jackson, wrestling older, more experiencedguys lifters had lifted before this year. Sports Club president Uobb
"The future is in the hands of the freshman in the state." the school's all-time girls scoring ," he noted. "But we only lose 2 Next year they ought to be a Shannon ended the night by saying.
kids," basketball coach Mike Sexton Another sophomore Wade leader with 980 points, as Most seniors and next year with some powerhouse," Clyatt said. "we have a few good people working
said. "We're going to be about 90 Widener, was boys cross country Valuable offensive player; junior depth, could be breakthrough year for Two sophomores, William Salmon hard to make these banquets possibleWe
juniors and sophomores next year." MVP as he chopped 4 minutes off his Queenie Berry as Most Valuable the Tornado wrestlers." and Martella Moore,were award win- need more help from any of you
He was talking about his basketball time during the season. Junior defensive player; and fast-risinK: One of the seniors was MVP Billy ners. Salmon, who upped his total 65 that would like to give us a hand."




BHS Tops Weekend Softball :


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Baker Co. Express of Starke Captures Keystone TourneyStarke's


Express took top prize in the Keystone Spring plate were: Chub Johnson with a .615 batting average, .t
Softball Tourney last weekend,topping the Lucky Seven home runs and 6 RBIs; Mains at .588 with his 41 UK's and
In Tennis of Newberry for the title. 7RBIs; Bill Ratlin at .579 with 1 homer and 7 RBIs; Bill
: The Express edged Florida Poly o( 8.7 in its Goodge at .563 with 2 homers and 3 RBIs; and Matt Hull.
m 6ugh-to & opening game and then bombed third pace Quick Stop Randall Thomas, and Mark Graudons all at even .500
ith the girls coming i of Starke 15-2 and Town Country Middleburg 17.2.In (Hull hit 2 out and led the team in RBIs with 9. Also
win both doubles victories the Brad- the finals the Lucky Seven fell in two close ballgames, Donald Wheeler hit 2 out and had 6 RBIs and Joey Bennett -
ford High tennis teams swept Baker 9-8 and 8-7. hit 2 home runs and had 5 RBIs.
County Tuesday afternoon at the BHS 4',4 With Doug Mains clouting 4 out the Express totaled 17 Gene Tanner of Quickstep won the Home Run troph>
courts. homers for the weekend. Leading the winners at the by belling 7 out for the weekend.
The doubles victories by the teamsof
Carmen Eaves-Cheri Foster and

Tina Bowen-Faith Roberts pulled outa The Creek Sweeps Through NAPA InvitationalThe
4-3 win for the Tornado girls while
the BHS boys whitewashed Baker 70.
The boys victory avenged a 6-1 loss to Creek of Jacksonville got hot in its last couple of with the host NAPA Auto Parts team flying for fourth
the same Wildcats in Macclenny games and rolled past Newnan's Bandits of Tallahassee NAPA beat Clark's Bulldozers 16.7 and Antennae
three weeks previous and Coach 17.3 in 5 innings to win the NAPA Invitational men's Communications 16-6 but lost to Fernando's 9-23 and
Jerry McGriff called the homecourtwin tournament in Lake Butler last weekend. !Newman's: 916. Rodney Holton, Ronnie Polk, Bruce
'sweet revenge." The Creek was made up mostly of former Sherrod Cannon, Dick Wheeler Timmy Whitehead, and Harold
Both BHS teams improved to 4-2 $ .. Van's and D&M Racing players. Esford all hit over .500 for the weekend for NAPA
with the wins with 2 road matches up- { Fernando's of Lake City was third in the tournament Wheeler hit 3 homers, all the same game.
coming before a home match with 8S&T i
Clay High set for Tuesday March SO1,' I l I
starting at 3 p.m.:
After Baker took 3 of the 5 girls

singles managing only victories Bowen', 'Bradfordwad'and Roberts J BHS Track Teams Set 6 Records

-fate* with a mu {.win- s\UM\ tlon..invadoubles. ....
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Eaves nd''Foster' topped + It week of records for the Tornado -
was a Michelle Kimutis
Susan Johnson and Darlene Lyons of Cheryl Bogle, still came away disappointed after Sr
tracksters as no less than six Louette Smith, and Linda DeWitt ran the night's final event. S
Biker 9-7 to knot the match up at
school marks were bettered or set. 11:17.15 to the mark of The mile
3piece and Bowen and Roberts out- : drop 11:50.3 set girls relay quad ran a :$;
volleyed Baker's Mary Jean Gazdick The girls rewrote five records, fourIn earlier this season. That placed BITS seasonal-best of 412.48: and appeared S3; :
add Jeanie Scott 8to hand Bradford. ., relays. The first three came at the 17th in the finals. to have won against a tOi>'notch field w
the win. "* +iff';" '-* ft Lady Gator Relays In Gainesville The third record went to DeWitt in but was disqualified for a bumping inC::;
play BHS had only two close Saturday. Running against mostly 4A the 1500 meter run with a 5:13.08: time cident with Paxon during the second
m.tches. J schools from all over Florida and out- placing her 10th overall. leg of the race. :g.::
of-state preps from Georgia, Loui- Down in Ocala at the Knights of Col-
'ft IHS h"'.7.*.)<... ..JBflBwft l siana "We were robbed; ," Loper said. sS:
and elsewhere the Lady Tor-
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... umbus meet, also the
ll..l..i 1)C AK>lA"((5146)) I 'H'* 2)) IDOUWINKLII on Saturday, "The ruling to shouldn't
("I).....0,Mt"!.I)PHIL MILU('H$)fet.CtopM nadoes lowered standards in the 440 Tornado boys got their first record of disqualify us E
*'./.*>Hft JOHNSON(INS)....HmifM. 1.1.f) relay, the 2-mile relay, and the 1500 the year. The 440 relay sprint crew of have been made and that cost us w:
1HANI JOHNSON (IMS)..1. L Polking"t'. .,(-.' ".; -.T TK meter run.Running. finishing second overall instead of F
0.........1))SAPP-WINKLIM(IHS).*.. MIh>Or_..-!. r ''++c n. Ayr w Kenny DeWitt, Herbert Hawkins, An- fifth. ::.
3))J.JOHNSON-t. JOHNSON(IHS)a...O.p.I-N.d.. tonio Jones, and Donnie Banks, running -
1... In a preliminary heat in that order, shaved the school As it ended Paxon won with 96 c?
I.Mblll.m 10 MAHtlSON(INS)d.I.nb.llhl-.. Louette Smith, Pam Boswell, Robin mark from 44.1 down to 44.08 as they points with Palatka second. 55,
Jefferson, and Pam Hawkins ran Jacksonville Forrest third 53. Lee is:
4th with Jacksonville
IMS flrh 4 Mk."* Sapp Scrambles For a Forehand... 50.62 to lop 2-tenths of placed Lee win- fourth, 49, and the BUS girls fifth, 44. .
a second off the
SlnilMl 1)) J...._ (*.) *.. S." ., .. 2)) OWIN ning in 43.36. The previous mark was ;
(INS)**.00......1.r.')10"1"(INS).....1,0.'.-.. Bradford High's Craig Sapp chased a shot in the corner and topsplnned it previous 440 mark of 50.8 run last set back in 1972! by Tim Clark If Bradford's mile relay win had held ::-
1)) 1.... (to, ..... f..,.,.... S,S.nh.II(I.) .....CLI. back In his singles win against Baker County Tuesday. year. In the finals they slowed a bit to Malachi Henry, Vernon Barber, and up the Lady Tornadoes would have .=r
S.1. .... .. .... .-. Sapp also teamed with Eddie Winkler for a doubles victory as the Tornado 51.27 and finished 7th. Lennon. Hawkins finished one point ahead of Palatka in *2
Levy back
--..... 1)) lAVH-fOSTM(INS) < J i* 11. came to
.-,. I)IOWIN..OII.. "(INS).....Omiilik-tnH*-.. boys blanked the Wildcats 70. The 2-miler relay foursome It of place fourth in the 220 yard dash witha the runnerup spot.
22.86 time. School marks for BHS came in the
St. Edwards Church Hall "We loaded up for the relays," BUS girls distance medley relay and 1100
INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED coach George Loper admitted. "We yard sprint medley relay.The team of
could have run Pam (Hawkins) in the Louette Smith, Pam Hawkins, Cheryl
Short Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 + up BINGO 100 and 200 and she would have placed Bogle and Linda DeWitt fashionedthe

Accountant well but we wanted to keep her In distance record with a 13:40.7:
Frank Young Every Saturday 7:30: P.M. their with the other girls and go for time that easily took first place. In the

964-5139 Hwy. 301 N., Starke 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke Fla. the school records." sprint medley Francine Long and &&..'
In other events the girls mile relay Robin Jefferson teamed with p
team of Hawkins, Jefferson Smith, Hawkins and Smith to record a 2:27.7:
and Michelle Stillwell placed 8th in .
clocking. ._
4:1S.6 and the girls 880 relay squad of
Martin L. Brown M.D. NEXUS Stillwell, Boswell, Jefferson, and Also, the BHS girls were second In *
: Hawkins ran 1:50.9: but didn't place. the 2-mile relay with Carol Fussell _.
The boys scored just 7 points and Michelle Kimutis, Cheryl Bogle, andi;..
Board Certified In' Internal Medicine were 15th of 17 teams in the Knights of DeWitt doing the legwork. They were
Columbus meet but Revels pointedout fourth in the 880 relay,fifth in the mile
PRODUCTSNflTUM medley, and sixth in the 440 ,.
that a handful of the boys turned relay. :.
PRACTICE INCLUDES AND EARTH UNITED WITH SCIENCE in PR's (personal bests). Those set Individually, Tyffany Griffis
Internal Medicine Diagnosis & Treatment of Medical Diseases HSSUM TtMfVWC UlOIL. ENSURE ting bests were Brad Russell In the cleared 4-6 to take fourth in the high
HUMCCTRCSS S HCRflpMU WCX/flm 440 (53.3)) and long jump (18-3), An- jump and Hawkins and Smith were
Cardio-Pulmonary Disease Diseases of the Heart and Lungs ARIA SPAflV BIOTIN CAEME BIOTIN tonio Jones in the 220 ((22.9), Gerald fourth and sixth In the long jump with :'.
SHAMPOO HAIR FOOD SUPPUMCNTVtlVtt 18-3*: and "
15-54 efforts.
Gastroenterology Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines Diabetes RCNAISSflNCt fACIAL MASQUE Goodman in the high jump (5-8)( The e
fiAMAPtcij MASQUE SUBTHJ MASQUE Barry Warren in the 330 hurdles Tornado boys were 7th of 10 at ,.
General Practice Participating physician in Blue Cross Blue Shield SUttflKM PflOMIN MAXIU BOTRNOIl (44.0), Calvin Thomas in the mile Lee with IS points. Palatka was an =
VITAMIN C (PITOMCGENESIS (5:25), and Eddie Tenant in the mile easy winner with!97 points followed by -
Union (5:27). Sandalwood, 69.5, Forrest. 53, Flet-
Office Located. in General Hospital HAIR cher, 50, Lee, 38, and Paxon, 35. 3:
Girls "Robbed"At Best place for BHS was by the :
496-2323 DESIGN Lee distance medley relay unit of George '
I as Relays Levasser, Ron' Davis, Curtis Jones, :;
Hours By Appointment 782.3065 on Tuesday at the 10-school Lee Relays and Richard Warren with a 11:43.37: 'i
us 301 BHS set, two more school records but run that earned fourth place. .:

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and Indications are that the tourney should be a big one for p d / 1% ..a.4r.f .'..
I The newly-merged Elite' CoaUngs team that has 5 former Green MachIne Saturday .
IJ J at the Edward's Rd. Complex local blg-basa lovers. :
Its roster made a local appearance JJ
I players on north Floridawith ,
to draw boats from all over
set from Ray'sMetal The open tourney is expected
last and showed Its In sweeping a 4-game ,
Saturday power cash .. '
big trophies and prizes on the line. .t
Works of Gainesville.
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national In the Major division of ASA last year has moved up ..,71a4
Elite, champ of .
.The Starke Recreation Dept. will have its hands full the middle July.July
from Machine were KjnCarlton.
this Moving over
Into conference for
the year.
ItutldyCollitigs Super Fleetwood Richard Mummaw and Fred 16-18 is the weekend of the Jr. Boys (13-li) state softball tournamenthere ., <
I Winston.. .Bobby. Stephens' Ray and Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin learned last week she'll also be A nNnl .tw..... Lfw+'r_ .eo ,li,f. ''11 4
J;; hosting the district Dixie Boys (13-14) baseball tournament,which starts July .u NwM N Pul hill W....1M Uno'wren \\1"
{.;.1"\ ...The Florida State Prison's 2nd Annual Men's Invitational Is set for April 12 and could run through July 16 or 17, maybe longer with rain delays... ",' e..-.B.IH.ntyww..M wt d'_..J..&.........polyY, A but
23-25: at the Lake Butler Rec. Complex. Trophies will be awarded to 1st ..;upItl.UI.u..r- 'f p..t.aDurinII
his
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Tornado assistant football coach Cox has
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Individuals and the home run champ and :\=:;
I 1I through 4th place teams. 1st place ....... .nd..HyMe..tONnl
the staffof OIM
Defensive Coordinator of the JV at Vanderbilt University to .
with the usual hamburgersand post as ... 1I'l
cost Is $85. Chicken dinners will be served along .... h.. .vhM Ho. doM fcryou.Chrtil I
Pride of the American Football Association. '
the Georgia Emnottcil Lulhtriii Church: u
hot dogs. Cox,who coached at BUS in the mid-70's before handling the scouting and .
1:30
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Brenda Set-ley at 964-8125 (ext. 440) 8-5 Monday-Friday or 782-3002 liana iantot We< : am '
Call
Sports Editor .. JV defensive duties at Vandy for the last 2 seasons will be defensive line "Cr1HI11Pun". .rum 473141tM ... i s'
I nights and weekends for details. coach and strength coach for the Pride. The AFA you'll remember is the ,1\I ( <...|_it I M., II'"* Llaa. .CMt ..,.
.. ...The local Bradford County B-issmasters club will be sponsoring its se- football minor league that includes the Jacksonville Firebirds and is planning ........--.--- JI '11'liOI

cond annual Night Bass Tournament at Rodman Reservoir on June 5. 1982.a a franchise for Lake City.

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four games by one-run margins. drugs They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts
The Lady Tornadoes continued that and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you
winning streak last week but hardly / time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!
kept up their pace of close wins.. instead
the BHS girls bombarded Live
Oak 16-3 Wednesday and then
Gainesville High 14-2 Monday to go to (
6-1 on the seasonBridford BOTTLE 1 ... ....1 I
belted a dozen hits in both oFso. IIIIUmIUUlU11! JI pu.
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March 25, 198Z TELEGRAPH PagefAildtimers


I Soar... Baseballers Ring Up the RunsBHS I

Led by Milton Baker, with ball,the
rile Oldtlmers took first place In

[team basketball tournament held Coach Mike Hartley has said mound and fewer errors in the field, In Gainesville. 4 of the Hurricanes 5
I benefit young cancer victims of his 1982 baseball club: "we need to as they face what Hartley terms "a runs were unearned as 5 BHS errors
firry Gaskliu and Irle John .r.rh.l. score a lot of runs to win this year." major league schedule" upcoming.With provided most of the GHS offense.
milton over the weekend at RJE. Fortunately the Tornadoes have a game with Buchholz scheduledfor Bradford on the other hand con-
Itaker swished through 40 points shown'the ability to produce the runs Tuesday March 23,moved back to. tinued to show offensive punch. Rightoff
I the Oldtlmers edged the Lawtey as the season nears the midway point. Wednesday the Tornadoes face a the bat Scott Hudson laced an
nlcs 88.831q overtime In the cha Kinship u- 1 7 v ,111 .t Last week the Tornadoes outscored stretch of 7 games in 10 days. Included inside-the-park homer to lead off the
fame. The score was knot. Live Oak 7-6 and Gainesville High 8-! in that span are home games game. Hudson struck again in the
73-all at the end of regulation. t. to improve their record to 7-3 and a Thursday night, March 25 (Santa Fe), third, walking and scoring on a wild
Qen Carter added 14 points and r still-perfect 3-0 In District 5-AAA. Friday night March 26(Mlddleburg), pitch to make it 2-0 but the floodgates
Bates Reed 10 for the winners while For the first 10 games the Tornadoes and Monday afternoon March 29 burst in the GHS half of that inning as
Irtls White. with 25. Charles Leeh are whopping 8.3 (GHS at 4:00): "It's going to be Tornado miscues allowed 4 'Cane
averaging a
arid Lamar
16 Hamilton with "
Hartley understated. across.
rough.
runs per game while hitting well over runs
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led
| Lawtey.e
The Tornadoes bounced right back
team but needed
.300 as a they've
Oldtlmers topped Green Cove bit of it 6.6 Fender 3-Hits GUS with a 5-run fourth inning to take a 7-4
every as they're giving up
-82 In the semifinals while Lawteyn lead. Robert Carver's 2-RBI double
runs per outing. They'll continue to Richie Fender kept his pitching
by default-over-Keystone to get. need the offensive production, and record perfect at 4-0 as he 3-hit and a 2-run homer by Fender were the
lithe finals.
stA could use better control from the Gainesville High Saturday afternoon big blows in the uprising.
Doug Samons was 2-for-2 with 1 RBI
to lead BHS batters in the win.
In a game that went back-and-forth
Friday night at BHS Robert Carver's
one-out single In the bottom of the

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famous Photo jf.iNATURE'S ty's Carver's Bulldogs clutch 76. hit, a sharp

grounder down the third-base line
TwIce the Print,.. Get an extra set of prints iIJ"-- evaded the Bulldog third sacker and
color or black and white print film developed Offer.1\ ; allowed Randy Parado to sprint home
TODAY AND EVERYDAY. with the winning run. Parado had
walked stolen second, and moved to
Twtc* ttt* Film... Get two rolls of print film for
within 90 feet of home on Mike Waters
Kodacolor or black and white,when you have your film processed .
groundout.Had
at Eckerd's..TODAY AND EVERYDAY, BHS not committed 7 errors

TwtctrM>Guarant... Buy only the prints you want. No they might not have needed anybodyto
hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking deliver a game-winning hit. 3 of
Suwannee's 6 runs were unearned as
gil. winning pitcher Scott Hudson ((1.1)
was continually in trouble despite giving
up just 5 base hits.
rji _
.. The Tornadoes gave 'Dog pitching
ode Time-Zero I just as much trouble in the error-
filled game. A perfectly executed hit-

Supercolor and-run play in the first inning helped

: E S4.SOIr..S.fr.Ld I Chaff BHS get across Richie to make Fender it 2-0.and In Andy the

ode third Carver tried to squeeze bunt
9 I Clayton Norman home and missed
the ball but so did the Suwannee cat-
$HAoo I U bashll cher. Norman eased across and it was

[ ode l' l. I 31.Chaff singled Hudson home from

uch ... third in the fourth to make it 4-2 but
---- I Suwannee grabbed its first and only
ORGANICS f lead of the game with a 3-run rally in
JOJOBASHAMPOO fba tegrYt the fifth. BHS recaptured the lead in
GENTLE FIDDLE FADDLE POLAROID I the bottom of the sixth as Hudson
singled Sullivan home and then

10-OUNCE WITH/PECIALaeSATSOFFla* TOUCH POPCORNSNACK GALAXY 3-SPEED ECKERD "C" or "D" TIME-ZERO scored as Chaff lined a sacrifice fly to

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Brass fittings. :1' .peel.Use around walk. .BY/ plug. UL listed. I 25 steam vents. the summer and the only
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< \ Players need to have their own gloves
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Softball will be held from 7.9
RID A BUG II .! """' ''''''''''. umpires
March 29.
p.m. Monday Also a youth
QUICK DRYING 9INCHFOAM FLEA A TICKINSECTICIDE = / baseball umpire clinich will be held
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teams Norman's Farm and the .
Limit I No. 2111 3499' Lawtey Rebels. All umpires must

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ROUND JUG LAWN CHAIN ,| jf88Itegu II No. XN-301 The Governor's Council on Physical
f." ....... .... 19 2499 II Fitness has published a list of all sorts
BAR-B-QUE GRILL ::t 499Prtc <*r19.t9 ...... Regular 3.... ... of sports events scheduled for coming
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S.I. Priced cleaning & filling. Durable redwood. Double tubular be held in the Gainesville area plusa
4 grid positions. Snap-In tripod legs. aluminum arms are curved for comfort. full list of running events. Both
those lists are on display at the
bulletin board in the, Starke Rec.:

OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Sale Prices good thru Saturday March 27thWE Department office at the Old Armory.

RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.
ClettAgs tel Matchboxes Needed.
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The Starke Rec.Department is asking
local citizens to help gather mat-
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March 25, 1982 TELEGRAPH

1 ... .. ... Church of GodCelebrates ,Nf .

j Lawtey NewsBy Mr. and Mrs. D'.C. Brown spent the the wedding of their grandson Tony AnniversaryThe
weekend with their brotherinlawand Brantley and Carolyn Strickland of

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ridge Creek, N.C. Starke Church of God will ,
Walker in Douglas, Ga. We are happy to learn that Mrs. :elebrate its 50th anniversary April 4, rw+
Elizabeth
Terry Mrs. Ann Anders, of Wildwood, June Griffis was able to come home beginning with Sunday School at 10
Phone; 782-3300 spent Friday until Sunday with hermotherl from North Florida Regional

I; Mrs. Fred Moore and attend- Hospital, Gainesville, on Sunday. a.m.Dr
NOTICE cea with her on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Roller visited Ray H. Hughes, general
Due to lack of space, We are sorry Friends of Mrs. Earl Prevatt regretto their family and friends of Pearson, overseer of the Churches of God, r

: that the Lawtey Elementary School learn that she is a patient in Ga., over the weekend. Cleveland, Tenn., will be the guest ,
news didn't get in the paper March 11 The Grace United Methodist T1
Alachua Genral Hospital, speaker at the 11 a.fa. service. pJr
and 18.Personals. Gainesville, since last Thursday Our Church rock-a-thon presented March Other highlights of the anniversary ; %

: prayers are with her. 12, was a success as they raised approximately service will include dinner on the I
Mrs. J.L. Kirkland, of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were $250. All enjoyed it very grounds The Singing Reps, and local 7i
was a Tuesday dinner guest of Mrs. much. The church also had a
Saturday dinner guests of their son talent In the afternoon, and Rev
C.E. Strickland, also of Gainesville, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. fellowship supper at the church on Robert J. Hart, state overseer, as the

while her sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry Tommy Starling and family of Max- Sunday, March 21. guest speaker for the evening service. _
spent Monday until Wednesday with Mrs. Purvis Brown celebrated her The Starke Church of God was

her. vllle.Mr.. and Mrs. Chester Larson, of 76th birthday with a birthday dinnerat organized in 1932 at Saxton, a small
Frank Pendarvis stopped by to see Brewster, Ohio, are spending sometime her home Sunday March 14. Those community north of Starke It later

Miss Elzabeth Terry for a few with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. who helped her celebrate were Mr. moved to 422 North St. Clair St. in R

minutes on Friday night. John Steele. and Mrs. Ray Rosier, their daughterMiss Starke, where a church was built and

Mr. Vernon Teston and daughter Debbie Scott, and grandchildren housed the congregation for some 30

Donna Lee, of Little Rock, Ark., are Marla and Mark Scott, Frank Pen- years, after which time the new sanctuary
Girl Scout spending a week with his paretns, Mr. darvis, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown was built at the same location in
and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. and children Michelle and Tracey, 1974' Bradford FBLA Winners...

Friends of Mrs. Donald Wilkison Debbie Gibbs and son Timmy, Mr. The church extends a warm hand of These three IJIIS students took awards at the District III Future Business

NewsBradford Sr, are happy to learn that she will be and Mrs. Ralph Wise, Mr. and Mrs. welcome to the community to worshipin Leaders of America competition held Feb. 25 at St. Johns River Junior Col-

able to come home Monday, March 22 Donny Wise and sons Craig, Kevin, the celebration of our 50 years of lege in Palatka.

Girl Scouts celebratedGirl from, St. Vincents Hospital, and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy walking with God, Rev. Walter F. From left is Kachelle Wier, third place finisher In Job Interviews! Terrie
Gainesville.. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wise, Mrs. Montz, pastor, said. Matthews third place finisher in Stenography I; and Lone Snow, a first place
Scout March 21 atten-
Sunday by Debbie Browning and son Stephen,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and Mr.
winner in Clerk I.BradfordUnion.
the church of their choice. Typist
Manyof
ding Oscar Vanzant went to Hinesvile, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown and
the scouts worshipped at the First on Thursday and their daughter, Mrs. grandson Kelly, Mrs. Janet Norman Easter musical

United Methodist Church which spon- Mike Crapse, Jr. and son Michael III and sons, Kenny and Davy, Mrs. June Realtors News
sors a Brownie, Cadette and Senior will Griffis and Jimmy and Paula.
came home with them and spend April 11 at
At the scouts their
troop. noon some time with her parents. Lawtey ElementarySchool Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Announce
leaders and families enjoyed a bag Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and her News
lunch in Fellowship Hall. The scouts daughter, Mrs. Patricia Brown, of To Mrs. Kirkland's second grade LB First BaptistThe Private Property W..k and Contest

then sang Happy 70th Birthday to Girl Jacksonville, attended the wedding of class: Your hard work has paid off! April 28 24

Scouts and Happy 50 Anniversary to Michael Wainwright and Miss Dawn Congratulations to the following se- First Baptist Church of Lake

Gateway Council and shared the Marie Crow, of Tallahassee, on Saturday cond grade students in Melody Butler will 'present' its musical "The The Bradford-Union Board o. Realtor will hold Its annual Private Property Week Contest
large birthday cakes. afternoon in Tallahassee. Kirkland's class for earning straightA's Three Nails Sunday, April 11, begin-
200 scouts then traveled to the Civic during the fourth six weeks: ning at 7:30: p.m. April 18-2,4.
Henry Hodges, Mark and Mr. and The contest will consist of two categories residential and commercial In two divisions
Auditorium in Jacksonville by bus to Mrs. Buddy Smith attended the stock Shauntel Houston, Kwambea Strong The program will consist of 12 scene
.
and Union
see the musical"They Called HerDaisy" car races at Lake City on Saturday and Stephen Tomasovitch.The of moving drama enhanced by musicof Bradford Board County the contest County.The to remind citizens that the right to own transfer and
It was a exciting day even following eleven students have a 60 voice choir. sponsors ,
night. and the to keep the essential
fundamental the free only way
land system
though it was a long day.A Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and worked very hard and have earned allA's The play will portray the life and use is enterprise

big thank you to those leaders family Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand and B's: Dale Arnold, Michele times of Jesus Christ as he walked, private property rights Is to protect them.' sometime between -
To be to enter the contest one must have improved property
eligible
who with the for the
helped plans day. Barbour Shane Bennett, Stacie taught, healed and preached duringthe
and Mrs. ,
family and Mr. Ray- of homes
consist -
Moyl.I 1981 to April 24. 1982. The r..ldenllol.nlri.s may or apartments
Dukes for the cakes
Judy Kathy mond Wilkerson attended the wed- Bentley, Michael Elam, Geneva time He was here on earth. exterior .
interior and exterior. Commercial includes Interior or Improvements.The
Hobbs for the bus arrangements, Hankerson Steven Hardee Ricky According to writer and director
ding of David Wilkerson and Mary winners of this contest will receive gifts, from merchants In Bradford and Unlocounties.
Laurie Mullins and Eaves.
Carolyn O'Neal of Blountstown Fla., Ion Jackson, Joey Shuford, Chas Starlingand Rodney Brooks, the play will take you .
Thanks especially to the Methodist Wannis Walker. through the times Jesus
was betrayedby
Saturday night. with before and after photograph of size, black and
be any
All entires must presented a
Church for the of the
use building.
Miss Field Our Field Day will be Judas through the trials crucifixion -
Day: ,
An-
March
15
Monday night, white, or color, bearing entrants name, address and phone number on the bock of thE
folders in the mail this
Camp are nie Mae Crews and Mrs. Annie Lee Friday March 26 for grades four and then the glorious resurrectionof
Deadline enter is April 24, 1982.
week if fail to photo. to
you get yours please Parents invited to come our Savior.
are
Smith a surprise birthday party seven. and ,
gave become the of Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Inc. n
# All entries property
contact Gwen Whittington or your for Henry Hodges at Miss Annie Mae out and watch the students in the different "This will be an.Easter programyou will be returned
cluster chairman. A lot of exciting photographs
activities. won't want to miss, said pastor
Crews home.
for scouts this No Realtor or Realtor Associate or their Immediate family may enter
are planned
camps Mrs. Jeanette Reynolds, Mrs From Mrs. Johnson's first grade Melvin Owen. "First Baptist Church
summer, be sure you take advantageof Joyce Wilson and Leslie Phillips of class the following students made the extends a cordial invitation for you to

at least one of them. Jacksonville visited his mother, Mrs. honor roll this six-weeks: Straight A's attend this exciting and most inspir- Name
THANKS could not be to big to say O.J. Phillios and brother Danny Erin Wilkinson; A-B Honor Roll) ing musical.

to the people of Bradford County for Phillips on Wednesday night. Becky Austin, Bradley Ball, Faye "
their of the Girl Scout cookie
support Cruze Jeffrey Pilcher David
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling at- ,
sale this year. The orginial order was tended Mr. E.F. Caldwells' Funeralin Prevatt, David Starling, Tonya Ann Youth Revival Begins Address .
over 1,000 cases which is 12,000 boxesof Jacksonville on Saturday. Tatum, Stephanie Traylor and Robin .
cookies which were delivered and Williams. March 28 in LawteyAn
Jacksonville "
eaten in this Fantastic. The Carla Sherring, of (CCommercial) (R) Residentio
area. Cub Scout News: Cub Scout Den 2 Phone COI.g rv"
daughter of Bill and Sherry Sherring, Ole Time Youth Revival at the ,
troops will retain approximately spent a long weekend with her great- recently held its weekly meeting with Lawtey Church of God on US 301 will

$1,800 with most troops receiving ad- grandmother, Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. all the scouts present. Plans were start on Sunday March 28, and con- ,
ditional or bonus money within the made for the fund raising drive to be
Gary Bennett left March 18 for tinue through April 4. ,
next few weeks. Plans are underwaynow Saudi Arabia and will be employedthere conducted through fair time. The The Pastor's son, Robert Kirkland, Location of Property

for a trip to the World's Fair by for 11 months. boys will be selling pens, calendars, just out of the U.S. Marines, will be
the Senior and three of the
troop Mrs. Riley Sweat and son Johnny, kitchen magnets, stuffed toys and egg guest Evangelist and Richard Martin ,
troops are planning to go to Savan- Mrs. John Morgan and son Andy, and decorating kits. The purpose of the will assist. g 1'to
nah. Other will be Division (Interior/exterior) fc
troops campingand
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green went to drive is to raise money for day camp All friends in and around Starke ::
; traveling on the cookie money Black Mountain N.C., on Thursday this summer. The den then went out- and the county are encouraged to be a :
:t they earned this year. March 11 to visit their son-in-law anddaughter doors for a nature hike, The boys part of this revival which begins each Mail, Entry To: A ''
Thanks again for your support, we identified several native trees and 221! W Lafayette St.tarke ,
it.Legal. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch night at 7:30: ( p.m. except for Sunday,
appreciate and family. While there they attended wildflowers birds. as well as butterflies and beginning at 6 p.m. Fla. 32091 ew ... t:


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s 1 will not b. responsi a* being too low. North Temple Avenue.. name under the name and address
ble for any debts Incurred Any further Information Starke, Florida on or aforesaid statute. creditor or his agent or YOU ARE HEREBY amended for the purchase Husband and other relief and you \ .-..

by anyone other than may be obtained before April 3, 1982, and Dated this 18 day of attorney! and the NOTIFIED that an actionto of ((2)) 15 passengervans andHELEN are required to file your BY: BEULAH MOO t

myself offer March 25, from the business off lc.. file the original with the March 1982 in Stork. amount claimed. If the foreclose a mortgageon to be used for the D. McLENON. response to Husband's As Deputy ClerW'g

1982. Dated In Stork., Clerk of this Court either 3/25 4tchg 4/15 claim Is not yet due, the the following property transportation of elderly Wild. Petition with the Clerk of 53

Willard Thornton Florida this 22nd day of before service on Peti date It will become due In Bradford County and handicapped per said Court and to serve a ANDERSON E. HATFIELtSj

3/25 Itpd March, 1982.Thomas tioner's attorney or Immediately NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO shall be stated. If the Florida: sons. Service is being NOTICE OF ACTIONTO copy thereof upon Hus Attorney for Husband.

L. Casey Jr.Superintendent thereafter; REGISTER FICTITIOUS clam is contingent orunliquidated Commence at the SW operated within Brad. band's attorney whosename 4114NW13St.Gainesville ::::-

Th.INVITATION Bradford TO BID ofSchools otherwise a default' will NAME the natureof corner of E '/ of SW '/ of ford County. This program : HELEN D, and address appear Fl 3260''

County be entered against you Pursuant to Section the unc.rlolnty'sholl NE4 and run Easterly consists of th. McLENON, 313 Live Oak hereon on or 904/377.5704 .

missioners Board of County will Com- 3/25 2tchg 4/1 for the relief demandedIn 865.09 Florida Statutes be stated If the claim Is along South line 208 75 transportation of 42 Drive, Swansboro. ,NC before April 14, 1982. 3/114tchgl0lk',;),, I'
receive
sealed bids for vehiclesat the petition. notice i I. hereby given .secured the security feet for Point of Beginning mentally handicapped 28516 Herein fail not or a vt' h : :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WITNESS/ my hand and that 'the undersigned shall be described. The ; thence continue adults daily to and from default will be taken :
the County RoodDepartment EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR the seal of this court on Joe Bubo 322 S. WalnutSt. claimant shall deliver Easterly 208.75 feet, the Sunshine Acres Work YOU ARE HEREBY against you admitting .?': "

1982 at 10:00 on April The 1, CUIT OF FLORIDA IN March I. 1982.GILBERT. ., Starke, Florida soleor sufficient copies of the thence run Northerly Activity Center on West NOTIFIED that an action the allegations of said DebYYYti
: a.m. \
Board reserves the right AND FOR BRADFORD S. BROWNAS joint owners doing claim to the clerk to 208.75 feet, thence run tote Rd. 16. This includes for dissolution of mar. Petition. !\ e'!;!'''''''

to reject any and all bids COUNTY CLERK OF SAID business under the firm enable the clerk to mail Westerly 208,75 feet, transportation on triage; as.styled above, : !.TNESS'ml hand!: and 'C\. : ot.p, .,
submitted. Vehicles CIVIL ACTION COURT name of Starke Power on. ((1)) copy to each personal thence run Southerly weekly appointmentsand has been brought'tnVseal of this Court the "< '

at the Road maybe Case No. 82.122 BY: Beulah Moody Equipment Intends to repretentative. 208.75 feet to the Pointof regular scheduled against yoii in the above1-- 10th day of Morch19132.; r'-. ( .. 1Y.J1i"
seen .
.
!
Clerk .
Deputy said fictitious >
Department. ROY E. WELLS hus- register All persons InterestedIn Beginning, lying and field trips. styled Courti seeking; GILBERTS. BROWN ;'. -I,;, ,. !J
3/4 3/25
Gilbert S. Brown band, vs. PHYLLIS ANN 4tchg name under the the estate to whom a being in E'4 of SW '/ of The purpose of this .; -

Clerk to the Board WELLS wife.NOTICE. aforesaid statute. copy. of this Notice of Administration NE4. Section 10. notice is to advise all Interested \
_3.M91tcho I OF SUIT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Dated this 22 day of has been Township 6 South Range transit and / .Real. :Estate Biiyiwwys

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NO PROPERTYTo REGISTER FICTITIOUS March 1982' In Starke. mailed are required 21 East containing one paratransit operators of s'll':i .. ,- : nW IP &, JM I'l'-,

REGISTER FICTITIOUS : PHYLLIS ANN NAME 3/254tchg4/15 WITHIN THREE ((3)) MON acre, more or less. service being plannedfor .A
Pursuant to Section THS FROM THE DATE Of providing transportation ;
NAME WELLS, Address has been filed againstyou :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF vFIOriIffld
RialtJ
Pursuant to Section Unkown. You are hereby 865.09 Florida Statutes, FLORIDA. EIGHTH THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF and you are requiredto services for the V; .
notice I I.
865.09. Florida Statutes notified that an action the hereby giventhat JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN THIS NOTICE, to file serve a copy of your elderly and handicappedwithin >IK> Phone 964-7700
for Dissolution of Marriage und.rslgn.d.Sara any objection they may written defenses If the area described
notice Is hereby giventhat AND FOR BRADFORD any
the undersigned has teen filed Box 391 A. Bedford Slarke, P.O.sole COUNTY, FLORIDA have that challenge the to It on RICHARD E. WEI- above, and to insure < .393..N...fi it"ple'AVf i i1 i si /l&@l.

Thomas A. Reddish 1417 against you and you are PROBATE DIVISIONFile validity of the decedent' TY Plaintiffs, attorney, that such a program .
required to owners, doing businessunder will the qualifications of whose address Is 954 would not represent a BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY,",
serve a !
Bebag St.. Starke, Fla. copy Number
82.84
GPDivision ...
the firm name of TAlk T0 ..,..
.,,
of the duplication of current orproposed -* t RE..LTORUW.Jo.--
t sole your written defenses personal representative North Temple Avenue, "
or joint owners doing Encore Consignment & : 1-3387 .S D wide, frailer; about V cre lard
I if any to It, on the plain.tiff's or the venue orjurisdiction P.O. Box 995. Starke, services pro- -
business under the Clothing Shop. 321 N. IN RE: The Estate of vided by transit 1 acre, 3 BR. fireplace, Cent H A A, with Ig. barn.
of the existing
firm name of Handyman attorney, whose Temple, Starke. Intendsto THOMAS MOODY court. Florida 32091. on or
$34,500.
Fence name and address Is All CLAIMS, before April 30.: 1982 or paralransit operatorsIn
Company 2'/i STEPHENS. Deceased call for
register said fictitious s 5 acre with a home, an appointment.
miles N. 301 intends toregister Dudley P. Hardy. P.A.. name under the NOTICE OF DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS and file the original with the area.Comments. *2 acres 3 BR home,excellent financing.,Joins city llmlti. ,
said fictitious P.O. Drawer 1030, aforesaid statute. ADMINISTRATIONTO NOT SO FILED the Clerk of the Court.lth.r either for 6 plus acres, $13.000. owner will hold mtg. at 12% with
Starke. Florida 32091 WILL BE FOREVER BAR- before service or against this service by
name under the Dated this 4th day of ALL PERSONS HAV on 2.500 down.
aforesaid statute. Dated and file the original with March 1982 In Bradford ING CLAIMS OR RED.Date Plaintiffs attorney or immediately such public and private 3 acre $1,500 per acre, with 100,en $. 100 toward.
this 15th day of March the clerk of the above County, DEMANDS AGAINST THE of the first thereafter; transit and paratransit Keystone. ,

1982. styled court on or before 3/4 4tchg 3/25 ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL. publication of this Noticeof otherwise a default will operators will b. received 15 oil some financing to a qualified buyer ..

I 3/18 4tchg 48I "'prIl16. 1982; otherwise OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Administration Is be entered against you at any time within 5 acre with barn :::
judgement may be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE ESTATE: March 25. 1982.B"'RB"'RA. for the relief demandedin thirty ((30)) days from the Evening. Please Call :e
entered for dote hereof. All comments Vernle Odom Broker

against you REGISTER FICTITIOUS YOU ARE HEREBY LEIGHT, the Complaint. :
NOTICE OF TAKING BIDS the relief demanded In NAME NOTIFIED that the ad- os PersonalRepresentative WITNESS my hand and should be addressed "GRI, Phone 164-5474. z-

I YOU ARE HEREBY he complaint or petition. Pursuant to Section ministration of the Estate the seal of this Court on to' Bob Larimer J.R. Kelly Associate, ;:c

NOTIFIED that the School WITNESS my hand and 865.09.. Florida Statutes, of THOMAS MOODY of the Estate of March 16. 1982. Director of Bradford
the seal 1 of said Court Association, for Retarded .
Board of Bradford County on notice Is hereby given STEPHENS deceased THOMAS MOODY Gilbert S. Brown
Florida will March 15. 1982. STEPHENS. As Clerk of the Court Citizens P.O. Box 509.
i accept that the undersigned File Number 82-84-GP/ Is NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSHouse 1
sealed bids Gilbert S. Brown Deceased By: Linda Chandler Starke, Flo. 32091 with a '
for the Gerald Crawford. 1534 S. pending In the Circuit
I
A* Clerk of sold Court Clerk copy furnished to Pete on lake. 2 bedroom; tV( bath, large rock
Deputy
following described .
property Walnut St., Starke, Flo. Court for Bradford County
In Bradford County By: Beulah Moody sole or lolnt owners, dO Florida. Probate Division WATSON FOLDS 3/18' 4tchg 48PUBLIC Croft Department of fireplace custom kitchen. Screened In 10x36: front. :;I-:
A Clerk Transportation lake City deck overlooking lake. Has,100 feet lake frontage
Florida: Deputy Ing business under the the address of STEADHAM SPROULL. ; :::
3/18 4/8 Fla. 752.3300.3IB Paved rood frontage. Immaculate beautiful ":
4tchg setting.
CHRISTMANN *
lots 8, 9.13. and firm
I 14. of name of Stark. Tire which Is Bradford County NOTICE:
Plenty of swimming boating and Ideal
4/8
4tchg just living.
Block 2 In Davis and Service 1534 S. WalnutSt. Courthouse, Starke, BRASHEARBY All Interested public I excellent
Truby's Addition to the IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT ., Starke, Fla. Intendsto Florida. The personal : James E, Sproull, Jr. private and paratransit $59.500.00. terms.
Town of Starke, In Section FOR BRADFORD COUNTY register said fictitious representative of the 527 East University within Brad IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FLORIDA Avenue Post Office Box operator EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Large trout stream. 6.55 acres au'postur. land few,
,
28.
Township 6 name under the estate Is BARBARA ford
County are hereby .
OF FLORIDA IN ed. hot a small stream side and
on one bord.red
CIVIL ACTION 1070. Gainesville by alarge i
South ,
Range 22 East aforesaid starute. Dated LEIGH whose address I I. advised that the Department
Case No. 82.99 Florida 32602 AND FOR BRADFORD swift flowing trout stream on back Located on,
I per plat thereof recorded this 15th day of March Route 1, Box 283. of Transportationfor ".., x
in Deed Book E at In the Matter of the 1982. Brooker, Florida. The 904/372-8401 Attorney underSection COUNTY state paved road plenty of room for cattle, horses ''';J.i
a capital grant '
for Personal .i and several house Owner said sell only' $22,500.001 I
of
page 521. public record Adoption JAY 3/18 41chg 4/8 name and address of the Representative. 16b) ((2)) of the !
of Bradford LAWSON GROVES and Case No. 81.541CA pay $5000.00 down assume loan.
Florida. County, SARAH CORDELIA personal representative's Urban Mass Transporta- IN RE: The Marriage 6f \::!..
attorney are set
This property Is also GROVES. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO forth below. 3/25 $chg 4/1 Highway frontage 1.54 acre located on Hwy. 60. long

known a* th. Palrrjetto NOTICE OF ACTIONTO REGISTER FICTITIOUS All persons having LORRAINE CHAMPION hwy. frontage, dandly building site, good: for businessor ;.

!' Street Bus Born and also : KENNETH LESLIE NAME claim or demands IN THE CIRCUIT COURT stasis 'tAUSMAM house. Priced right at$85000,00 only $2000.00 down '.

:I\ known a* the "Old Bus JOHNS ADDRESS Pursuant to Section against the estate are FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Acreage Commercial make you the owner .
Barn." UNKOWN 865.09 Florida Statute, FLORIDA
i required. WITHIN THREE Homes Fernss
r I Sealed bid will be accepted YOU ARE NOTIFIED notice Is hereby given ((3)) MONTHS FROM THE CIVIL ACTION C These are a few of over 2000 listings We have all ::;

up to 7:00: p.m. on that an action for the that th. undersigned DATE OF THE FIRST Case No. 82-125 -. type of property from $500.00 per acre and up. We

Monday April 19, 1982. adoption of the minor Martin W. Gott. P.O. PUBLICATION OF THIS FLORIDA BANK AT STROUT REALTY hove small tracts we also have several cabin.: .a::
children has been filed Box 111 Stark, Florida house, old form, etc. Writ. call _
i. Bidders are hereby noticed NOTICE to file with the. STARKE. Plaintiff vs. .---.... or today for a free
,. that there may be a and you are required to sole or joint owners doIng cle/k of the above courta KENNETH C. PADGETTand ao.u listing brochur. You can calf free by dialing

delay of 30 days or more serve a copy of your business under the written statement of SHEILA K. PADGETT 1.800.438.1421, Write or call' today.CENTURY.21

before the best bid I I. ac- written defenses If any, firm name of Douglas any claim or demand Defendants. 838 N. TEMPLE AVE. ,t.... : m
cepted.The School Board on RICHARD E. WELTY Battery of Starke. 407 N. they may have. Each NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Fl BUS. ((904)1164.8931)
STARKE. 32091
of Bradford County, Petitioner's attorney, Temple Ave:,. Star..... claim must be in writing : KENNETH C, All Across America AFTER HOURS 473-3096 Cherokee Land Company
Florida hereby reserve whose address I.I Post Florida, Intend to and must Indicate the PADGETT and SHEILA K.. I
the right to reject, all bids Office Box 995 954 register sold fictitious basis for the claim the PADGETT Post Office Murphy. North Carolina 28906

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A superior band concert Is schedule Clarinet: Wynette Joiner Tammy
1. ed this Friday night March 26, at 8 Starling, Angela Epps, Denise Griff,
j p.m. in the Bradford High School Shawn Hart, Lisa James, Kristy I __.r .
auditorium with the BUS concert Johns, Lori McKinney Teresa Smith, __ ;
band, BMS concert band and the BUS Lynn Futch,Rosalind Lennon,Angela I
Jazz band performing. Thomas, Kenna Wilkerson, and ,
Sylvia Porterfield. ah

'The repartee for the evening will Bass clarinet: Paula Joiner, and M' a, ;
begin with five selections by the BUS Rennie Lennon. .
band: "Intrado Americana" "Noble Saxophone: Mike Christmas, .C
Men March," "Overture for Winds," Susan Wilkerson, Tommy Barnes, $
"Chorale and Capriccio," and David Garrison, Robert Taylor
"Streets of Athens." Richard Trainor, Arthur Johnson, .
,The BMS band, directed by Jim and Keith Cowans. e a: ,
Peronto, will play: "Ringmaster Trumpets: Lex Green Kevin T' t % i" ra,
March." "Simple Gifts," and Scheetz, Greg Thornton, John t
"Fantasy a Fanfare." Shuford Jimmy Bell, Howard
Hughes, and Tootsie Tucker. ri. aI
'Last on the agenda will be the BHS French horn: Faith Roberts 'r.
Jazz band which will perform: Carmella Coburn, and Tommy
"Cafe Amore," "Quicksilver," Powell.
"Waltz from Little Suite," Trombones: George Levasser,
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"Birdland. and"Watermelon Man Alan Holtzendorf,
Bobby Frampton,
which is'to be the jazzy, funkynumber. and Denise Weir.

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The award winning BHS band Baritone: Timmy Alldredge.Tuba .
recently: attended district contest and : LeVance Gay. : '
received straight superior ratings, Percussion: D. J. Riddick, LeAnn ii i-
the highest possible, for the 14th consecutive Flynn, Shane Johnson, Lee Paws,
year. This qualified them for David Young,Robin Brown, and' Mike
State competition to be held inTallahassee Gowans. _
on May 6-8. Jazz band piano: Beth Fr ncls.
The Middle School band earned t
Band activities have taken place superior ratings in 1982'in concert
throughout this school year under the contests, making It the fifth year in a
direction of Mike Woodfin. row it has earned the highest rating.
Highlights of the BUS band season The BMS band traveled to the
were: Band Camp took place in University of Florida to observe the
August, football halftimes were performed Gator Marching Band rehearsal and .
at nine Torando games, the Gatorama concert in the UF .
parades were entered, contests auditorium. '
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attended including one in Largo, ... i
Gainesville, and Jacksonville.The There are four kinds of band at
BHS band members and the In- BMS, all directed by Jim Peronto: 2 Showing Off the Hardware...
struments they play are: beginning bands of 81 players, an in- I
Flute section: Bryan Clark, Teresa termediate cadet band and a concert Bradford High band officers (l-r) are Shawn Hart, secretary; Paula Joiner Forrest High In Jacksonville; the second Is for an 8th place finish overall at
Bauldree, Chelle McClure Cathy band of 57 players. head majorette; Renny Lennon, drum major: Bryan Clark, president; John Forrest High and three others were won at District Marching Contests over ;
Lancaster, Sherri Norman, and The BMS band played for the Shuford, business manager and Teresa Bauldree, vice-president. the past three year
Selina Cassels. special olympics The trophies, from the left are: first place In class in a marching contest at !


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Remember and plan for Spring fifth grades: Students with perfect attendance love the summer CASH REBATES
for the fourth six weeks
Holiday, April- 9. are:
you can do a lot of thingsI
April 12 there will be a county-wide Tangala Bass, Timothy Adams, Chris like warm weather.
Durban, Billy Harrison, Chris
Physical Fitness Meet at Bradford Ray
High School track with the host school mond, and Chuck Smith. One the A-B by Holly Shields
being Starke Elementary. Honor Roll are Chris Durban, Jessica Direct from Smith-Corona i "
and Adams. ;
underthe The physical direction education of Miss department Gayle Lee Derek Raymond Dean, Idella Timothy Hall and Viva Fudge cookies are great 1 .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .
and Mr. Buddy Revels is presently in- Riley have made A's on all spelling Go to the bakery, get some : CORONAMAnC2SOO : CORONET XL
volved in physical fitness perfor- tests. Jessica Raymond, Chris Ray- they are super great. Correcting cartridge typewritec CosrecHDgcartrtdgetypewriter
mance testing for all grade levels. mond and Billy Harrison were the by Melinda PowellA
Kindergarten, first and second Spelling Bee participants from Mrs.
grades are receiving the Amateur Stroud's room. red barn was there ; ,
Athletic Union Tests; thrid, fourth One of Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth sitting by some hay and cows I
and fifth grades are involved in the grade reading groups ahas been studying by the rising sun. tI11llhIH .ri E .. rI
President's Physical Fitness Tests. Haiku, a form of Japanese by Alisha Gruen fl t
Mrs. Debbie Woodfin's music poetry. Here are some examples of _
classes are studying the different the students' work: flI :
band instruments. In conjunctionwith Silver scales'glinting As the soft wing of I
this study and looking to the Sea water sliding over the butterfly glides across
future, Mr. Jim Peronto, Middle the sleek flying fish and colors the sky. I
School Band Director came to speakto by Chris Simmons by Yvonnd Bobo '
the fourth graders about the band I i .1 $25 REBATECORONAMATIC $25m !

Bradford program High and School Mr. Mike Band Woodfin Director, forming Rainbows bridges are pretty for leprechaunsand flying A flock in of the birds light are blue clouds . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . t
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spoke to the fifth graders nd showed a the pretty clouds. over the ocean. 2200 : CORONETSuper12 I
video tape and slides about the band by Julie Ferguson by Elizabeth RowellI ] : Correcting cartridge typewriter. : Correcting cartridge typewriter. ;
contest! last year and the band camp. I.
Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade has j : _: I
set up an aquarium in connection with : ..
their study unit of animals. The
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guppies. The guppies have multiplied I
giving the students an added interest :.: t
element in caring for their survival. -, .:'
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their study of the Civil War.

News from Mrs. Brenda Stroud's $20 REBATE : .$2O REBATE :

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Billy Tison Wins INTREPID"" VANTACE" .
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Thornton. / I Ii .. .,;
The winner of the quiz'; organizedby i with features you won't ; :
Mrs. Thornton is awarded a gold 1 find on any other rear t
key and if a senlor..l1{ possible $500scholarsh tine. All operating ; $25IEAIE $25 REBATE ; :;

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at Harduon.all times" says Postmaster W.T. i Model 51134i "*

The move Is being made because of i IKE'S SAW SHOP i
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complaints the Post Office and Police j unique awing handle 225 East Andrew St., Stark : REBATE : $20 REBA1E i

:I Chief Jimmy Bowen have received (Behind Powell' Dairy Freei) / . . . . ,. . . . : . . . . . . . . : ,
about cars blocking the collection ----------------------------------------, Jaur StraeVCorone*l/pm rtar nUI
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spaces have caused traffic problems, I(; o."CI7.N.I' lnoIlnctudedJl .
Hardison Rear Tine Tiller : to tarn iMpumi carton t*entire Local con CaU .
explains. ; ti7S.SuD1f20)DewkCp( ( ).
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Come to the fair...I Madison and Walnut Streets in done a lot to help the fair. We'd like to local 'dignitaries will be held just The beef show is set for 2:30 p.m. County Agent Bobby Taylor. Berries ;',
The 32nd edition of the Bradford Starke. Tickets are higher this year, show our appreciation," is the way prior to the dinner. Wednesday, and the beef sale is set are just before ripening in volume, band '
County Fair will kick off Wednesday, but the new midway is supposed to be Jimmy Alvarez explains it. From 11 am. to 5 p.m. Wednesday for 1 p.m. Saturday.The that could happen the first of next
March 31, with hundreds of exhibits, bigger and nicer, according to Fair Fair gates will open at 11 a.m. is Senior Citizens Day at the fair. 4-H and FFA steer show is set week, Taylor says. Buddy Norman's
rides, contests, games, and prizes. Manager Bill Wilson. Wednesday.An official ribbon-cutting seniors are allowed into the for 7:30 p.m. Friday, and the sale at 7 early patch is the only volume producer
Some 50,000 are expected to An appreciation day for Bradford ceremony is set with the new .1 fairgrounds free of charge on their p.m. Saturday.Over this week.Renovation .
through the fairground gates pass on native Doyle Conner, the state's com- strawberry queen, to be selected this day.Miss 70 hogs have been entered, of the front entrance is
US-301 in north Starke during the missioner of agriculture, is the Saturday night, handling the sissors. America of 1982, Elizabeth and around 65 will probably be shown, complete, except for hanging new
4-day run. Admission is 50 cents at the newest addition to the fair, just an- State Sen. George Kirkpatrick, Ward of Russellville, Ark. will appearon according to Warren Carver. The lights and rest room fixtures, says
gate, or a 4-day unlimited entry nounced Tuesday when it was learned D-Gainesville, has sent word he will opening day this year. Miss Ward swine show is set at 7 p.m. Wednes Manager Wilson.
can be purchased for $2. pass Conner can make it to the fair Thurs- be present for the opening. will\ beat the fair from 2-4 p.m.and 7.9 day. The swine sale is set for 7 p.m. Most of the problems are behind
A schedule of events is contained in day. Organizers are John Torode, Kicking off the fair,as usual, will be fp.m. Wednesday, March 31. Several Thursday.A him now, Wilson says, and everything rc
the fair premium book which is a sup- J.D. Odom, Guy Andrews, and Property the annual Rural-Urban Day spon- former Miss Americas says this the grand champion and reserve looks good for the opening. _
plement to this paper. Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. sored by the Starke Rotary Club: A only county fair they attended during champion steer and hog will be The midway will be in full bore -
Pre-fair ride tickets can be purchased Conner will be honored with a free chicken dinner will be served at noon their reign.Union selected by judges, as well as a grand Tuesday night and workers set up and
I for 3 for $L Ride tickets will mullet supper. Serving will begin at !5 Wednesday for $2 a plate. Headed up and Bradford FFA and 4-H champion and reserve champion in check out their equipment.
cost 73 cents each on the midway. p.m. Thursday, April 1, in the nor- by Judge George Pierce, the Rotary' members have entered 53 steers in the Home Grown category, meaningthe
Tickets are available at Starke theast corner of the midway, near the members will begin cooking at 5:30: the 1982 fair, a record number, says steer is grown in Union or Brad- Mrs. Muriel Wilson is in charge of
elementary schools, the Bradford Roping Club complex."We am. A ribbon cutting ceremony County Agent Bobby Taylor. A few ford Counties. the home division and arts and crafts.
Middle School, and the Chamber of feel like he's a home boy and featuring the new Strawberry Queen, will be graded out, but 45-48 will probably There should be plenty of strawberries Walt and Diane Westcott are headingthe
Commerce office on the corner of Bradford County made him, and he's to be selected this Saturday night,and be shown. for the nightly auctions, says horticulture show.

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h ObituariesCecil I


t,', Raymond Lovell brother, Lloyd Lovell of St. Louis, Starke, died early Friday morning p.m. Saturday, March 20,in DeWitt C. Tomlinson was retired as a Farm day, March 23. Burial was in the New
Mo.; six sisters, Geraldine Baird, of March 19, at his residence following a Jones Chapel, with Elder Harry E. ,Supervisor with Lowell Correctional River Baptist Church. Brooker at 2
Cecil died
Mr. Lovell 70, Rites.
(; "1 in the Bradford Raymond in Pckin,' III., Ila Fulmer of Detroit; long illness. Brooker officiating. Interment ser Institute a member of New River p.m. with Masonic
Starke early Saturday County Hospital morning Clara Benham of East Alton, 111.! Born in Union County on July 1, vices will be held at 4 p.m. in Baptist Church Brooker a memberof
Genevieve Northcutt and Evelyn Brunswick Memorial Park, Marion Dunn Lodge 19 F&AM and'
following brief illness. 1903 Mr. Brannen was a lifelong resi.
a both of Flora, 111., and Brunswick Ga. The the Scottish Rite Bodies.
Replogle family requeststhat
dent of Bradford and
Mr. Lovell lived in Bunker Hill, 111., County a retired
and was staying on Santa Fe Lake Dorothy Williams of Herford Ariz., Postmaster from the Florida State in lieu of flowers contributionscan Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Card of ThanksWhat
since December for the winter seven grandhildren and six great Prison. He was a member of the be made to the American Cancer Lorie K. Tomlinson, Belleview; two a great world to live in if all
season. lie was born July II, 1911 and grandchildren. Union Primitive Baptist Church.He t I Society.Jones Funeral Home Starke, daughters, Mrs. Herbert (Argent) the people of the world were as patient
was a retired foreman for a steel Funeral services were held Tuesday in charge of arrangements. Counts Ocala. and Mrs. Allen kind helpful and smiling as the
manufacturing company, and a March 23, in the Berean Baptist is survived by his wife, Mrs. Roy Q. TomlinsonMr. (Elzabeth) Fort, Dunnellon; a son, Bradford County Hospital nurses.
member of the Baptist faith, attending Church in Bunker Hill,with intermentin Ruby Gainey Brannen; a duaghter Glenn Owen Tomlinson, of Dallas; This is to say THANK YOU one and
r the Hope Baptist Church while in Bunker Hill Cemetery. DeWitt C. Mrs. Pauline Nelson of St. Simmons Roy Q. Tomlinson 66, two sisters Mrs. Nit Cowan of St. all for the nice treatment you gave me
the area. Jones Funeral Home was in charg of Island, Ga.; a sister Mrs. Bessie Belleview died Sunday March 21, at Petersburg, and Mrs. Ruth Turner of during my recent stay in the hospital.
Surviving is his: wife, Hilda N. the local arrangements. Beasley of Gainesville. Fla.; two his residence in Belleview. Jacksonville; one brother Frank L. Thank you also Dr. Sundusadee for
grandchildren and two great. Tomlinson. Gainesville and nine being a fine surgeon.
Lovell; three daughters, Barbara grandchildren. A native of Lake Butler, he movedto
Raiford William Brannen grandchildren. Signed Effie Davis
Rose and Rosetta Spraggs of Bunker Belleview! from Bradford County 22
Hill, and Violet White of Alton, 111.; a Mr. Raiford William Brannen 78,of Funeral services were held at.1 years ago.. Services were held at 10 a.m. Tues
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ObituariesSusie

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Mines Thomas! all of Starke;; 17 grandchildren and 17 ,James Starling' officiating. Archie, Church, was' past Master' of The daughter of the late Joseph and Mrs:Frampton was of the Independent '*1!
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Mrs. Susie Hines Thomas, 74, of greatgrandchildren.Funeral Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was Woodstock Park Lodge 313 F.&A.M., Rebecca Elder,she is survived by one Full Gospel Faith. Inf
Starke, died Sunday, March 21 in services were conducted at in charge of arrangements. member of the Scottish Rite Bodies, granddaughter, Mrs. Margaret f
North Florida Hospital, Gainesville, 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 24 at An- Miruel Lamar Beach member of the Morocco Temple, and Kamath, of Hampton; one grandson, She is survived by one son, Mr. ."=
following an extended illness. tioch Baptist Church in LaCrosse, Funeral services for Miruel Lamar Past Commander of the Lake Shore Mr. Lester Willis Boss, of Cecil Frampton, of Starke; two "
Mrs. Thomas with Rev. Robert Gillis and Rev. Ben Chapter 26 D.A.Y. Monroeville, Penn. daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Blake,,of
was born and raised Bryant officiating. Burial in the Beach were at 12:30:; p.m. Saturday, Starke,and Mrs. Ruth Graham,of St. .
was Survivors
in Alachua include his wife, Virginia Funeral Services will be
County moving to Brad March 20, In the chapel of Giddens- conductedat "
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ford Cemetery with Archie Tanner Carmichael Beach brother, 10 Florida; 14 grandchildren and ,
County in 1944 where she has Griffith Funeral Home, 729 S. ; George a.m. Thursday March 25 at the
resided since. Funeral Home of Starke, In Edgewood Ave.with the Rev.CharlesB. E.Beach;nieces,Mrs.James L.Den- graveside in Lake View Cemetery in 18 great-grandchildren. a
,Mrs. Thomas was the daughter of charge of arrangements. Moore officiating. ning and Mrs. Arthur Breitweiser. Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral services were conducted at i isj
the late Frank and Ella Touchton. Pamela Elaine Burton Internment was in Conner Margaret Stewart Anna Ruth FramptonMrs. 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 24, at the
Mrs. Thomas was a member of the Pamela Elaine Burton,28 days old, Cemetery, near Starke. Mrs. Margaret Stewart, 100, resi- Anna Ruth Frampton,80,resi- chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Madison Street Baptist Church,and a died Tuesday, March 16, at University Mr. Beach, who died Wednesday, dent of Hampton,died Sunday, March dent of Starke, died Monday, March Home of Starke,with Rev. J.C. Cercy
Past Worthy Matron of Chapter 224, Hospital in Jacksonville.Pamela is March 17,was a native of Tampa,and 21 in Jacksonville following a brief il- 22 at her home following an extended officiating. Burial was in Wicomico j
Eastern Star. survived by her mother, Mrs. Mary had lived in Jacksonville since 1950. lness. illness. Memorial Cemetery in Salisbury,
She is survived by her husband,Mr. Susie Burton of Starke. He served with the U.S. Navy during Mrs. Stewart was born and raised Mrs. Frampton was born and rais- Maryland. .
B.T- Thomas Starke, three Graveside Funeral Services were WWII, and was retired from the in Ireland,moved to Ohio in 1907,then ed in Wingate, Maryland, the Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
daughters, Mrs. Alma Outlaw, Mrs. conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, March 16 Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. He to New Orleans,and then to Hampton daughter of the late Richard and Starke was in charge of ar
Eloise Dodd, and Mrs. Clara Hazen, in Santa Fe Cemetery with Rev. was a member of the Hillcrest Baptist in 1974 where she has resided since. Hester Bloodworth. rangements.





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f ; New York Duo Pedal Through Starke on 1,400 Mile Trip South I



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It is more than 1,400 miles between
Machia, New York and Buena Vista,
Florida, and during this time of the t 4t Lakewood
year, it would not be uncommon for rye ,rd9
New Yorkers to plan a trip betweenthe
two.
But by bicycle?
Two New York men, Buck Goetz- A planned unit development
man and Woody Spittler have completed -
about 1,200 miles of this trip, on beautiful Crosby Lake
both riding 12-speed bicycles. Goetz-
man, 49, planned a one-day stopoverin 1 mile west of Starke on SR 100
Starke to visit his brother, George
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Goetzman. Lakefront Lots
18
The purpose of the venture is to 964.5115 *
I raise money for the general welfare ,,
fund of the American Legion Post
located in Machia. For every mile the 28 Lake Access Lots

I pair rides, eight dollars is pledged by
sponsors. The pair will raise over Restricted for Single-Family Homes
Highly
$10,000, which will be used primarilyto
aid handicapped children, Goetz-

man said. March 20-21 2728Sat.
Goetzman and the 24-year-old Spit- ,
tler left Machia on Mar. 7, in "sloppy,

freezing cold" r Sun. 10 am to 5 pm
"We made 42 miles the first day, in ,
four inches of fresh snow,"said Buck. REALTOR-Owner
Sea Cloud
"Before the bikes froze up. We were Realty,
both a little stiff, and I had never rid- Drive
El Mar
den a bike before." 4546
Woody Spittler (left) and Buck Goetsman have ridden from New York to StarkeThe
The pair try to average 100 miles Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308
each day, but found the going a bit
tougher in the mountains, where the weather became nicer between motels. The pair skirt the larger kit." ((305)) 776-0390
daily average fell to 50-55 miles. Wind Pennsylvania and West Virginia, cities, if possible, but pass through Goetzman's beginning weight was
also became a factor, Goetzman said, where it "warmed up" to 50-51 smaller cities; the largest having 290 lbs., but in less than a month he
but could be an aid too. During one degrees. "It got really nice in North been downtown Charlotte, S.C. has lost more than thirty pounds. Spit-
relativly flat stretch in Georgia, and Carolina; up in the 70 s," he said. "Flat tires and spoke problems tier has dropped five Ibs. also.
with a north wind at their backs, the Goetzman and Spittler eat in cafes, have been the only mechanical woes, After visiting Disney World, Goetz IIThY L i iI iO
pair made 135 miles. or convenice stores and sleep in but we carry a few tool and a repair man and Spittler will fly home.



I I News Briefs I"tli

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wagen was estimated at $400 with the Two ExecutionsSet old Lee County woman. McCrae r 2 $1
I FSP Inmates victim's car damage estimated at
Escape For March 31 broke into the apartment of Margaret For Qt.
$2,000. Mears then strangled and bludgeonedher Delta
j Re-Captured Monday Officer Wayne Lovett of the Clay Death row inmates William Zeigler, to death Oct. 15, 1973. Delta Paper Quaker State
? Two inmates from Florida State Sheriff's Department conducted the Jr and James C. McCrae, are In April, 1981, McCrae's death TOWELS
I Prison stole a truck at 4:00: p.m. only investigation. scheduled to be executed March 31, at sentence was upheld by the Florida Towels a Motor Oil
l to be re-captured in the woods off 1.10 7 a.m., according to Superintendent Supreme Court. J 125 strong and HD 30 or regular
near Jacksonville within 3 hours. Loud ExplosivesGet C. G. Strickland, Jr. =- -: absorbent sheets 30W. Limit 5

i David Lawrence Thomas,Jr., 30,of March 22 Governor Bob Graham per roll. Limit 2. quarts please.
S Brooklyn, N. Y., and Robin Richard Trio ArrestedDavid Zeigler!( was convicted of the Dec. ordered two men convicted of murderin WWortung LonjlastH
; Dean 31, of Tampa, both from the Ballinger, 18, of Starke, was 24, 1975 murders of his wife, her Alachua County to be put to deathin MOTOa OILg3tr'
: O.unit, escaped from a work detail at arrested and charged with discharging parents and a handyman at the the electric chair Superintendent
the feed mill, stealing a prison vehicle destructive device detonators by Winter Garden furniture store Zeigler Strickland set April 21 at 7 a.m. as the
: to make their getaway. A Florida the Starke Police Department on owned. Zeigler fatally shot his wife, date of execution for Carl Elson
: Highway Patrol Trooper spotted the March 13.Ballinger. on whom he had taken out a large life Shriner and Stephen Todd Booker.
{ truck shortly after 4:30: p.m. but the was using detonator caps insurance policy some time earlier Shriner 28, was convicted for the
I men left the vehicle and ran into the of a kind used by the railroad, causinga and then shot her parents, Perry and Oct 22, 1976, shooting of Judith Ann 1 .
: woods before he could reach them. loud distrubance at N. Cherry St. Virginia Edwards. Later that night Carter, a Gainesville conveniencestore '
5 from the Zeigler killed Charles Mays,Jr in the Clerk Shriner had
Bloodhounds Department Ballinger said the fusees had been actually Pack
: of Correct'Ans' were used to track the given to him by his father in Ohio. store. He tried but failed to kill committed three robberies the same 3.5-Ounce
unarmed and offeredi Seaboard another man, then he shot himself in he shot Carter. '
I men, who were March 12 a Coastline night
no resistance when they were picked train master had reported a case of an attempt to make the killing spree Booker, 28, was found guilty in the Dial Soap ; r Fruit-Of-The-Loom
: up. Assisting in the search were stolen fusee and Torpedo Detonators. look like a robbery and Mays like one November 9, 1977, slaying of Lorine Helps you feel n $ 5 Basketball Shoes
: FHP, DOCand Duval County The fusees recovered at Ballingers of the robbers. Demoss Harman, 94, who was confident all day 1.. pr. And Joggers
| Sheriff's Deputies. had SCLRR printed on them. repeatedly stabbed and sexually jmlt 2 packs
The U. S. Supreme Court left intact Compir At 10.991? Mens, boys and children
.
Ballinger and two juveniles were the murder conviction .and death abused. Harman had nylon logger or canvas court shoes.
Thomas_.is. currently serving a taken into custody by Patolmen sentence of Zeigler March 22.'C.. prlsed him in a burglary attempt. FrultOtThLoom Sandals...,... .e3 PT.
ISyearsentence for robbery and Wayne Wilkinson and Eston Mosher. V G I I I The victim was found? with a .knifq! in, . ,. /
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larceny sentence,:Dean for is serving a four-year Investigation Is cbntinuing in the McCrae, 32, of Fort ]Mvers, was; her heart and a /knife through, her; : '''' -z .:" I.
burglary. matter, according to Mosher sentenced In the murder of a 68-jear neck r r \! 'r'
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GCS Man ChargedIN

SR-21 AccidentA l D2F '"SSff


Green Cove Springs man was for Easter $ 17
Special gifts everyone's $1
charged with a SR-21 accident Involv- 3 2 1
ing a Keystone woman which occured For Each
March 20 at 8.40pm.: Men's Pocket( 'Tees .. Crown Candies Ban Roll-On
According to a report from the Clay Save J5HI Famous...maker t I.shirtr, Coconut Tips, end Coconut 1 S.02 regular or unscented Ban

County Horacek, who Sheriff's was driving office a 1969, Gary Ford Share a little Easter fun A gift of lastingHallmark Slight Prices irregulars Good Al S All M Family L.XL Dollar StoresThrough Macaroons anti-perspirant

Stationwagen, was charged with driv- This Weehand Quantities, Limited I 309 South Walnut Street
ing on the wrong side of the road after has created some delightful little inspiration On Some Items. No Sales To Osalers. Starke, Florida
he struck the side of a 1970! Ford surprises for Easter, like this "Happy Easter" mini ..
'
driven by Donna Lynn Gardner of puzzle,just $2.50. And you can light up Hallmark plaques have a spedal message that lUlU "

Keystone. someone's spring with an adorable candle will bring joy throughout the years. Select the
Horacek, traveling north on SR-21, miniature,just $1.50 each. "Alleluia1'! plaque, $750 or "Jesus loves me"
was attempting to pass Gardner, also
traveling north, who was making a mini plaque just $4.00 '
With
left hand turn onto Woodland Ave. Lw1I '' ?; the Cost of Energy Today, You]

just south of the Brooklyn Bridge. .\ e aaawrgp r.m can't afford NOT to own a Woodburnerj
Damage to the 69 Ford Station- I rr j.0"j

ttapPr a or a Reversible Fan

(Commercial and Residential)"' -
liT Scholarship Offered ?t :
Bradford a 220z3103 -:30 Days FREE (In home);, Service
County High School
seniors are eligible to vie for two one- r :r '1 i c9 1( i1NvI t, with Installation

year scholarships worth $750 offered .. .. .p.l.
by the ITT Rayoner Foundation. ...... -' .< .. Starting at $15.00
Candidates will be selected on the > '1 .
basis of scholarship, leadership and We Carry ,A -''
financial need, and made with regardto "
race, color, creed, sex, age or Complete Line of'" r"/.!f.antast I c Salel I I
ancestry. Award recipients are free \'"
,All Fans & Stoves
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to attend accredited
any university,
.
college or junior college of their Buck .: 300/0.0ff.
choice and major in any subject. Jotul
Applications are available at the .. Sale Price
high school and must be submitted to -Fisher .

the Since principal 1970! ITT no later has awarded than April annual 22. The1 thoughtful gift for A treasured Easterremembrance Birmingham

scholarships to outstanding high New Hunter Fisher Stoves
school graduating seniors living in
counties where ITT Rayonier owns thoughtful people
Revessiblesa
these significant include timberlands.the counties of Locally Bradford -, Fresh new springtime writing paper designs by Hallmark artists and writers have created some I $3 7 gOO

: Baker, Columbia, Gilchrist and Hallmark are gifts everyone appredates. Butterfly very spedal books that celebrate the joy of Easter. STARTING AT 52" STARTING
St. Johns. design stationery features 30 decorated sheets Share a message of timeless inspiration with
and 15 coordinated envelopes $4.25. Fold-up someone spedal this Easter with the gift of a THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL CASBAH Reversible

Audit CompleteFor Postalettes with butterfly seals 295. Hallmark book. From $2.50 to $5.50. 52" Antique' Brass or Polished Brass
BLACK
Tax Collector BART
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: A favorable report of the financial / $13900
.I $ kcludee
management of accounting pro- ,4 4 900 Blower a Screen
cedures of the Bradford County Tax 5
year warranty
Collector ending September 30, 1981, Ai
has Esther been Hall.received by Tax Collector 114 L ADD TO THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR HEATING

sworth The firm and of Company Davis, Monk stated, Farn-they SYSTEM with 'a REVERSIBLE FAN

found the records were well kept and t REVERSIBLE -
the expenditures were kept within the
Many More Brands
budgeted amount for the year. Collections STARTING-AT
I were made In accordancewith $ i to choose from...
governing laws and
regulationsand Q5ooCHOOSE
deligently enforced. Tax rolls Oaulc, Hunter,Supnm,Pile

I were said to be properly closed. FROM: Starting At
Mrs. Hall thought it was a good
0 0
report and appreciates all her clerical t WM Hallmark.' Card me Kenroy Nutone Emerson 3 9
I staff in the office which makes -' Monticello Casablanca Plus Other Brands
everything run smoothly "The '
favorable report would not have been T.: JUr titiftt.WMmWl, We. lalivtr Ultr 'It Irtfir I Z
I possible without them," said Mrs. THE OFFICE SHOP rirj
I;' Hall. WIND JtElEE of[ FLORIDA PIMM
During the course of the audit there +tt feM I 0>r* AWwA HIQ..m -
j / were no instances of failure Y..Y,'4pr0, OH ACROSS MOM ,:= fIDFRA I 473719413IM30I
''I : to comply 110 W. Call St. Starke, Florida 964.5764 f. 4 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA BM Aeewer
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I Keystone Heights Barber Lehmon Ward Knows the Area Well 1 18y


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Mark Frledlln respect the past for what it was but everything had been going well for so never seen so many people flock into as long then though. In the 30's and the 60's. I thought they were"trying to
Monitor Staff Writer we have a lot of improvements in the long." an area like you did then. Especially 40's the styles were mixed and then run barbers out of business.
in Jacksonville and snowbirds into the standard militarycut Ward summed it up by remarking
people went
way we live today. You can't ever go "I worked the streets in Keystoneand we
Keystone Heights has changed back to the way things were." Starke doing everything from from the north. And then we have the in the war years." that he wouldn't trade the old days for I '
,quite a bit during the past ten to twen- "Life lust wasn't so exciting then as dishwashing to barbering when I retirees as well. Florida was like a "In the 50's we went through the the present, as much as he loved ty
ty years and to find out about those they make it out to be in the films,"he could find a customer," he said. magnet in those days." flat-tops, those were something to discussing the old times. In
changes you need to talk to someone said. "A lot more peaceful probably, "People were getting very desperate "The whole state went through the see.The 60's now,they were the worstof "This area is such a fine place" to !t..
whose roots are deep someone like but it did get lonely too. People just for work to support their families. boom years that really lasted right up times for barbers in general, the raise children and make a home, he e
Mr. Lehmon Ward. didn't up and travel to Gainesville or "There were only about 200 people into the 1960's," Ward said. "People less said about those years the better said. "We are just small enough to en- (s
As a Baptist preacher,a barber anda Jacksonville for dinner and a movie here In town then and they didn't started putting in summer homes we'll be. In the 70's the styles have joy the good without most of the bad
man-about-town in general,he is un- like they do now." know much about the national situa- next. It was the start of better times trended toward a fuller head of hair and I hope"it stays just the way it is ir ',
surpassed when it comes to stories During the depression in the early tion or anything,they were just tryingto for the businessmen in the area and it* but neater and better groomed than right now. 1C
and antecedents about the Keystone- 1930's Ward worked at odd jobs to get fend for themselves and feed their helped the town to establish its own --- -- M
Starke area in the days of old. by in those lean times when there children. identity."
Ward spends time in both counties wasn't much work to be had The depression ended with a surgeof Mr. Ward has been a local barber ...... I-
since 1927 and has watched lot of lit- SALE EFFECTIVE
and knows a wide range of people as business oportunitles when the a -&y
he splits his time between barberingat "I took anything could get," he economy went on a war-time alert at tle boys grow up around Keystone and .... THRU MARCH 28, 1982 ee
the Keystone Barbers on Lawrence emphasized. "You couldn't be too the outbreak of W.W.II. Starke.
Blvd. and preaching the word at the proud in those days, they were very "I've seen more hairstyles than I
Keystone Baptist Church."I bleak until the war turned things "The lakes came to be the main attraction can count," he says. "You know it's
around. It was frightening how sud- for people from other areas funny, styles in the 20's were similarto
guess I do get around quite a bit. denly: the depression hit when after the war. he '/said. "You've those now. The tops weren't quite 4+I t r
I've been here an awful long time and rt. a i t I -- -wMG i' :.
you know you do get to know I
everybody pretty darn well in a small
town like this, Ward said. "This Iii-
town has grown so much in the past G $3.29Clalrol
ten years or so with all of the people
coming in from the north. Now I
understand they're coming from Kindness Body
south Florida just as much to get Wave or Curly Ufeve New.
away, from the crime. Every body .+ gentle to your hair perml)
who comes here finds out pretty : "- NdU21tNrOrObFUedtedformula /
quickly how nice it is in this area." refills.
Ward was here in the 1930's when :. 1
", "the lights were dim", !
"It was a lot darker at night around 1
town in.those days, and so peacefultoo
," he remembers. "We didn't have
many automobiles around, or many 1 $5.79 j
public services like we have today but o.r
you could just sit on your porch and Clalrol Frost&Tip Everything -
enjoy the simple life. So many people idrmb .. you need to frost
still try to recapture that feeling to- M your hair,plus gentle con
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day. Keystone's a fine place for that. dltioningl!
Mr. Ward lives in a quiet home or
Lake Geneva.

"Oh there were some wide open o"ce.MlssClaf ..-" I
spaces between here and everywhereelse
," he said. "It was a major trip to .
go to Green Cove Springs and
Jacksonville then. Railroads were the
major source of transportation and it 4L.
was always a big thing when the .. -, .
trains came through town, it was
special." a
"We didn't have all of the comforts
that we are used to today," he con- E
tinued. "Some people today might not
like the "good ole days" so much if
they had really lived back then. They .

with watch that old foolish movies nostalgia and get craze involved I can Lehmon Wood Has Worked for Years As a Barber in the Area $1.59 $2.89 $2.09 '


Clairol/ ClalrMlst Super Miss Clalrol Shampoo MIssClalrolCremeFor ,
I SFCC Holding Career Awareness Day, Today, FridaySanta hold non-aerosol hair mist Formula Halrcolor/ mula Halrcolor Plckyour '
8 oz. Choose your shade. color.
Fe Community College will The sessions begin at 9:30: a.m. and Representatives from some of the
host a special two-day "Career run to 12:30 p.m. On hand will be fields included are: accounting,
Awareness Days" for Bradford and representatives from more than 30 occupational advertising, agriculture,forestry and
Alachua County high school seniors fields to talk with students horticulture, electronics, engineering 301 South MON WED: '-8
and juniors and all SFCC students today about typical job responsibilities and health, criminal justice, THURS SAT: ,-,
(Thurs., Mar. 25) and Friday at. working conditions in their career transportation and many more. Starke Fla.
field. SUNDAY: 12.6Summers
the SFCC Northwest Campus gym.

| Capital Credit Refund Checks Are in the Mail I -, I


Capital credits refund checks totaling during any portion of 1970,1971! and during ,this period and" have not. 1
$1.97'milllod :were mailed Mon- 1972. you should receive a capital received a refund check \
dayf; Mar. 8-to approximately 57,000 credits refund check representingyour Capital credits reflect the non-
Sot HOT weather!
I Clay Electric Cooperative Members, pro-rata share," Martin said. profit status of Clay Electric commg... > }
according to General Manager E.T. 'Please contact the nearest Clay Cooperative. The Co-op now provides
Martin. Electric Co-op district office within a service to over 70,000 homes in 12
"If you paid for electric service few days if you purchased electricity north Florida counties.
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I Postmaster Applications Are Sought to Fill Graham Vacancy Mi! $150

Applications are being sought to fill ville Post Office has been designatedto is $10,138 per year. No written test is
the position of postmaster at the accept applications for the position. required.
Graham, Florida office. Workman said that applicants must
reside in the delivery area of the vacant Former Postmaster Shebie Duggerwas
Appropriate forms may be obtainedat Post Office on the date the application ,promoted and moved to the
the Graham Post Office and applications is submitted so that they can Hampton Post Officeon on Nov. 28,
will be accepted until the 1981. Norma LaFever has served as
adequately discharge and
March 31.' Sectional Center Manager sibilities of the office. respon- Officer in Charge of the Graham of- start saving
J.E. Workman, Jr. at the Jackson- The starting salary for the position fice since that time.

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I: ; Bradford- Union Vo-TechSchoolNe'LVS. Jet 01'1 i\I snmu ing Program well as oilier pro per Tnnoth.v- l'lI1l"ilt'I'\\.idfniil i is I tlioGuuiaiKf I illsh'Ul'I..1'IlIll'I"il..1 !
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k: New Faculty and Staff fifty percent of (the session will per' : .1111 [>a> and night sessions aiv
hypothetical job ___._________ .
r .\ Alice Hudson is the new TMH ; A Cake Decorating Class willbeginafter lain to .utiMrv and u-lalod aleas.Only ---- AI L r -
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I,, teacher. She has 13 years previous ex the Easter Names are now being ;M participants an allo\veil. .
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and
Beginning Advanced Aerobic
resides in Starke and is a professionalopera I started card training hour session
singer mag exei'cise classes will begin! after April liith! I NVill i be the next t contimi-i TERWILLEGAR
Peg Board (payroll simulation)JcOlT1pletl'rs Easter: ( break.Information, ,
educ.ilKinvoikshop
Karen Casey is the new teacher'saide Elaine Kennan IIIK I )
were: : about these or any' Inlerested hair, lists for either
for the TMIl class. She has held sIS
r" Edith Kennan. Rebecca Daniels and
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r Graduates Horticulture students are preparing t the Administrator for Community, Truck iiiul Bus :.Mechanics 206 W. Madison Starke 964-7200
; Education: Diesel :Meilunies!! I I'ruKi.iti:
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for the Bradford "'airIal'ch:
t : Jerry Douglas received a Certificate County i sliulenlsleain Better
) Area Residents i Truck anti BusIl'chanil's! Building to serve you
31 April :3 19112
I in Carpentry and is continuinghis Cosmetology ContinuingKducation i i l'nll'1'l'I skills i for m du..l.1rl'pail'
to enter plants are advised tobegin
wishing
education.. Jane Kirchame received &lnd'l'rhaul; of diesel eiifjinev

employed a Certificate by in Earthly Horticulture Exteriors: and is will be fertilizing in top condition.their plants Shirrly so Ha/en they :\!InndayIal'ch! 2'i! from :3 10) p.mat (Oilier aieas m covered,,I l Ii brakes> t the programa turbo lllJD.1J
of Park. Eric I Hodges from [Lake Butler was lasty )earS' 1 Vn-Tw.li will be t the next continuing I- 1,0: ? air stems\ "" I
Nursery Orange and fuel I I Imnt'nt ,
Grand Prize winner I education 1 I program for (.tungels I injection equip i'r r--- '1
received Certificate in Drafting and
a students have r nlJUllths n theFair !. Piattical expel lenco is obtained r '
The
cosmetologists I
expects field of to training he employed Millard soon( Grim in his They will. I he in booth.acceptingarea The Florida Dcpaitmcnt of Regulations i bv inaintenancu and upkeep of t the iJ [ !I) :
received a Certificate in Welding and residents'cnli I :March 21!) and I lequues that( every hair stylist !' 'r I 1I' :
I is employed by Crosley Manufacturing :.10 from 8:30: a m. to 8 p.in, Judgingwill receive 8 I lumrs i of) continuing i education FLORIDA ''','' 'I -
\ of I Hampton, Steve Underhill and be Wednesday morning beginning I every' year .... -' : I 'I'1,' .....' -
Kandall Dudding have received at 9 a,m, Plants are judged! on The presenter for t the March 2th!) II;, '" A1'--r; ': ......,...,""'"' 1'1.. !'
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Diplomas for completion of (heir their own merits and not against session will i he :Mary' Jo I Hoover from THEATREStarke --.r'. !!ii"" .. 1=!
education, another plant. South Florida Fifty percent of t the ,
secondary -- 9645451Fri. (l P-
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"Don't Clown Around With Your Be an Easter E ,.. ..'"; I If
Future" will be the theme for the VoTeih & '
booth at the Bradford county1'air PAil SAUYHEWHJU .> .-f frJ.x"
:March :31 thru April :1. 1<>H2.As : Bunny! ) FIELI ,-- _:_ __ -..ft.SUPE .
part of the theme children
faces will he painted as clowns to give
parents time to talk to guidance and
faculty' about school programs. Wee.(1ySPECIALS
All classes are contributing to the R
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Kxploration Project
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The Welding Class I Is helping with a -- -
job explication and career awareness
project of the:Middle School classes of
Uai Inira Candeo. 1981 LTD 2 Dr. 302 V-8

Each Friday students visit welding of( 301 DRIVEINFri. with automatic overdrive') power loor' locks,
for an introduction to the career
welding and related 1 occupations, thru Mon.JOHN poweriiulos., :\.WFM: : stereo, dual I mir
:Masonry, Carpentry and Cooking and Punch-out, put-on bunny face and feet let you
Making are also participating in a rors. WAS $ 71iNows6ig5!):)
similar/ program be a bunny this Easter'' Our Bunny! Fun Kit IS

easy entertaining and only 250 with any
Busint'ss'ews: Hallmark Easter card gift or basket.staffer BELUSHINeighbors

The following students have been Purchaser '

awarded*letter writing\ certificates in ... |
Business Education: : Edith KCMIKIII,. '"8'' '
Elaine Kennan. Shelby Howe. Rebecca ----
l Daniels Sylvia Jefferson, Brenda A Comic-Nightmare
Jet ferson. Karen :McNabb Linda The Office Shop
Hhhillsnll.Ial')' Jo Claikson, Cathy 1981 Granada "G.L."

Brown I types, Sue UrecrAll of; business. let ters werewiilten 110 W. Call St., Starke .....(ttt4.1 1Ij / "_ PLUS I dr., tu-toiic Fnuii, ahsolut'lInadt'tl, Full, !
t t as part of t their projects involving Kill or Be Killed
t their own lict i c bus 12,000: () milc-l2 i I mouth warrants t WA5s9095Nows7995
businesses) Students were given
\a rious situations I and wrote I theniwn I' -
letters(\ Research had to he done
'111 attual' I prices and other (Il'chllll'I'I
details Shop Where
Students! also completed lesumos::

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elements 50 Lbs $2.30Weed
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I Annual Sentinel Star Safari Will Stop Overnight in Starke And You Can JoinOne sl


thousand riders are expected to The riders will through Starke- Camp near Monteverde, located- 20 New Smyrna Beach to Naples. In preferable.Participants can ride one the Journey will be trucked to the Sen-
take part in the Third Annual Sentinel midway through pass the safari, with miles west of Orlando in Lake County. April, 1981,Cyclists pedaled 380 miles day or two, three, four, five or the tinel Star Newspaper in Orlando.
in-
Star Safari, pedaling approximately plans for them to stay overnight at From Monteverde, the contingent from St. Augustine to Englewood. whole six days.Cyclists under the age Information kits, including maps release
360 miles in a circular route throughthe Bradford County High School. heads west for Homosassa Springs. If you have a bicycle, some free of 18 riding alone must have written structions and accident
North-Central portion of the staten The biking-camping adventure will From there,it's north to Williston and time between Apr. 5-10 and are in permission from their legal guar forms, will be supplied to cyclists.be
April 510. start and Starke The cycliststurn reasonably good shape, dians to take part.A Breakfast and dinner will .a
finish at the Woodlands on to (Apr. 7) you may wan- but
east to St.Augustine(Apr.8)and tr to join 1,000 other bicycling en- bicycle repair van with spare available at each stop (for a fee) JfJ
first aid vehicle, water bikers will be left to forage lunch at l"j
then south to Deland (Apr. 9)). The thusiasts in the third annual Sentinel parts a a
final leg runs between Deland and Safari a 360-mile trip through North wagon and a sag wagon (for stragglers various convienience stores along the Itn,
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Monteverde.The Central Florida. ) will accompany the caravan. route. Meal expenses should not ex- ,;
: original SAfari began in 1980 There is no registration fee. No pre- Sentinel Star trucks will transportthe ceed more than $10 per day. ,s P
from registration is camping equipment between the For more information, contact:
: : when 400 cyclists made the run required but is
planned overnight stops along the Public Services, Bob Howard, P.O. Ir
route, but will not transport bicycles.All Box 1100, Orlando Fl 32802 Phone: e '
Business Workshops baggage not claimed at the end of (305)) 4205535. ,r ,



Offered During AprilA }7 e e I- 1)


workshop designed for small
area.April
businesses located within the 12 Records, reports, taxes.
Gainesville area will be conducted Up-to-date information in what's new /The Eyeglass Store
in 1982 tax laws Joe Richardson,
by
First
there on the fourth floor of the
CPA, informed in all
N.W. who is well
Federal Savings and Loan 2815
of records and laws.
aspects new tax
13th Street on April 5,12I9and 29
-April 19- How To Work With Your
from 7 -40
p.m p.m.It
is being sponsored by SCORE,the Banker by George Sandin, executive
Service Corps of Retired Executives, vice president of Sun Bank, I i
and the Gainesville Area Chamber of Gainesville, Chief Loan Officer

business Commerce people and the is latest to information give small Lead-Making to Success Business, by Charles Decisions Gallon that, Fashion Frames for the Entire Family
owner of the Burger King Restaurant
about and
organizing operating a
business. and Rick Herndon,owner/operator of 1 Prescriptions Filled Located At:
Major topics to be discussed duringthe Gator Outdoorsman. US 3015 & Edwards Rd.
; : ; four day workshop and prominent -April 29 Making Business Deci- 1 Lens Duplicated Across from community Bank
,
: sions that Lead to Success is
< follows con- a 1 964.8588
,. speakers are as : Sunglasses
J'" ,. 5. of intoandor tinued by Dean Davis,
,., -April Legal aspects going OPEN: Monday thru Friday
operating a business, by owner/operator of Davis Auto Parts, Senior Citizen Discount gam-5:30
: pm
1 Charles I. Holden, attorney estate, High Springs, who was nominated 9
Saturday am -1 pm
t : corporate and business law. Small Businessman of Area for 1981. J
Reasons for success and failures ofa -The final session will be conductedon -=-: Professional Opticians of Florida
small business in the Gainesvillearea Small Business Administration Member i
What it is- What it do for by : J
can
J rr by Jack Lynn,SCORE. A sum you -
mary of experiences of SCORE Fred Bethea, who is head of the loan / S !,
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department of the Small Business Ad-
counselors in the Gainesville jj
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All Gobbled Out...

This Tom turkey, bagged at New River a recent Saturday morning by Re
Travis Wynn, weighed 17Vi pounds and had a 10' -lnch beard.
Wynn Is having this one mounted. Last year he killed a 20 pound gobbler
with an 11-Inch beard.That one was eaten.
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I ; Local Resident Earns AwardJames __ in


Belche, grandson of Lila ing as well as full-time residential
Caldwell of Starke and Essie Belche ing programs to young persons ages c
". of Lake Butler, has achieved high 1622. The Charleston Center, which
honors in the training program at the serves primarily the Eastern U.S., is
Charleston Job Corps Center located operated by the Management Train-
., in Charleston, WV.. ing Corporation under contract by -
r Belche, who is studying cashier the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Approx- I
checker and'food: 'Service, and also imateiyzso women; 70"men, 60 non- :
has graduated from the Offset Prin- residential students and 125 ar F r
ting Course with honors, has been celerated career students are cur
awarded the center's coveted"Phase rently enrolled at the center. _
III" certificate for outstanding per .
formance in all aspects of the training
_
program. Country Music Show
"James is an excellent example of

a take young: of all person Job Corps who is Opportunities taking advan," THE UNION Prices are down for the count as we windup

said Center Director Carole R. COUNTYJAMBOREE

Glasser.The Job Corps program provides the tremendous savings of our inventory
basic education and vocational train-
.
April 3rd 7 PM till 7?

t Country reduction 'sale of sales"! -

Bluegrass Bike $ ?.!! '
Gospel MusicAlso -- -3.9 Exercise% Now... -
Ylas./ .. _

t.fit ages Children's 12 &
t.I LAKE BUTLER HIGH -- : Now..
t.i SCHOOL Foam Backed Plastic
I bo\d\ Ruffles

AUDITORIUMLake Butler Fla. -Assorted House Now...$1 .00 Super+'2s HSi Wat12691
RAMPS *13.99
i '15 Slay, 4 hours of music en itigt. 3.89 was1.67 Car Now..
: to
Adults$3.50: Children, $I.S0. Values

f:7 f : ': ; W.Good ment.. Are Clan Show Looking Family 1st For Sat.Entertain TaUnt.aaeh Rug Cleaner\ Now..97e & summer Coolan9\

month. Old Tim. Country Anti,.freeze Gal.
Fresh NoW..
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f F -Bath, sUe Now..97e Reg.397: _'______- is4Roll Was139.g;

CabinsCEIl 69by
: CharminCasablanca Pack 199.99 Stereo Now...


-:l:' 9 Meats cut Afoorder \ .\NG Classic FAN 1 NOW..14900 SoundesignCabinet Cabinets was.$99.. *,

stereo NoW...
f Pleq by Emerson 54" WaS...1496

\\\\fed if Easy framed Pictures Now.$7 .00 by ori Soundeslgn ontaIWood Cabinet_ Was..159.0
:) n apa
: t;, ", t.\f.f preferred 1'JII1Q, Art16x20 ere0 ;99 0
QS\.\\Qs Decorator? Grand PriX S\. d hanger Now...

TIwButcher 0 ___ __- W a S. ,.29.8 8 Model H......,.<.<... AM/FM
Fireproof SArtSafeDDeposit 1500 Cassette Recorder was..119.97'''

Black NOW.. stereo System $7900,

was..25.OO 'TD automatic record NoW... .
Hwy. 100 South across from Pinehurst Track Player,

Phone 964-5920 LAMPS Now...1 700 and speakers ..,359.0 '

Fresh Lean End:: Cut 9 9 Decorator Hurricane 76 Color\ T.V Now...$219
17 -
PORK. CHOPS Lb. 19"high Was...

N B.B.Q. Favorite Fresh Country Style 09 TOASTERProctor Now..;9 .Q0 With Remote Control was..3399.*Qo :

J.r SPARERIBS Lb 1 BreadmatesCookware Silex was.34.99 CQ'\0' r .1 sV How.?


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1 1x How.= ; ModelE48l7 March 28, 198*
sunday, ,
SEASONING BACON Ea. Llm\ted Good thru
Sale
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Grandpa Camps 1 29 Set wasi2997 No RalncheckJ\ ,

:: SMOKED. SAUSAGE Lb. Cookware '

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1',1', 44th Clay Co-op Meeting On Tap Today I



i' and with Tiffin and Owens, Lake City his entire life. He Is a In Lake City and also does some farm-
i for the'Clay secretary of the Clay Co-op board cut employees, he added. associated :
5,000 people are expected ,ing.
Electric Cooperative's 44th an- la presently a Director,along with Coop "We Just try to keep everybody hap- Inc., a real estate firm in Gainesville.She graduate of Columbia High School 1 The meeting will be called to orderat
nual meeting today (Thursday, General Manager E.T. Martin, of py." is active In church work and is a and has a Bachelor of Science Degreein 9 a.m. Nominations of Trustees will
Education from Arkansas State
Reeves, representingDistrict of the School Advisory Council -
the Seminole Electric CooperativeBoard Susan member
March 25) at the District office com- be made along with the appointment
in Tampa.He is also a memberof 3, was first elected to the ] at the Hawthorne High School andis University ,
Following
plex here in Keystone Heights.On of tellers and poll inspectors.
He has served four terms, ((8
fill the of the Parents-Teachers
at to
in
/ the Negotiating Committee board 1981 unexpired president -
the agenda is the election of this, the polls will -
three Trustee Board members, all Seminole and has served on the term of her father, Dick Surrency, Organization (PTO) at the elemen- Years), and is the 1981.82 Majority Guest speaker during open.the afternoon
1 Florida Rural Electric. Cooperative who died in 1980. Mrs. Reeves also tary school there. Whip for the Democratic party in the .
incumbents Zedra Hamilton, Susan meeting will be United States
Reeves and Wayne Hollingsworth. Association Board for several years. pointed out that her grandfather, Wayne Hollingsworth, District 7 House of Representatives. William Chappell
retired now, H.H. Surrency, was also a member of representative on the Cooperative'sBoard He has chaired such committees on Representative
'i Although practically
i These Trustee members, up for (D-Fla.) Also on the agenda for the
In and cattle Board of Trustees before Trustees, is the third to Agriculture and General Legislationand
another two term on the board, Hamilton is the farming the Co-op of appear day will be entertainment by The
year raising business with his two sons at her father. on the general meeting ballot to- has served on Agriculture,Ethicsin
were re-nominated to appear on the Florida Boys and a fried chicken din:
National Resourses,
Elections
term of office ,
their home in Brooker. During her one year ,
ballot of the general meeting during served the grounds at
their district Asked If he had any future goals or Mrs. Reeves has served on the Audit, day.Hollingsworth was first elected to Transportation, Rules and Calendar ner on noon.
respective meetingsheld Local civic and
organiza-
for the and Finance Committees. and committees during his term of office."I groups
forseeable problems Co-op Insurance the board in 1973 presently servesas
In and
Zedra January Hamilton, District February.5 Trustee, Hamilton said that he hoped things Mrs. Reeves, her husband, Larry, its treasurer. He has also served on was the only Democrat in the tions various will set business up booths, on both the local groundsand and
would continue to keep growing as and three children, two boys and a the Management and Employee House to vote 100 percent conser-
is the senior board member, having will have exhibits available for
Florida area,
served for 21 they have In the past. girl, own and operate a Thoroughbredhorse Retirement Committees.A vative by the Conservative '.
"I'm the years.oldest both ," "If the depression gets worse, farm just three miles south of House of Representative (Dem.) Union's Poll," said Hollingsworth. viewing. will
ways of door climax
Hamilton though," he commented, "we may Hawthorne. for District 13, State of Florida, the Besides his political job. Holl- Drawing prizes
76-year-old Hamilton is a past says.president and have to freeze salaries, but we won't Besides that, Mrs. Reeves is also] 44-year-old Hollingworth has lived in ingsworth) owns a Mobile Home park Keystone the 44th late annual this afternoon.meeting here in


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News Briefs


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Bryan, Jackson Sentenced for Counterfeiting Scheme o


currently on each count, the fourth sentenced to serve 3 months of a 7 appear charge which was filed r
Four Starke men have been October. Court
him in
sentence. The court against
A recommended -
count was suspended. five-year year
sentenced for their part in the Brad- probation period under supervision of Griffis be confined to the records indicate the counterfeiting
ford County counterfeiting scheme Ronald will be
Savalation Treat- charges against
the parole board will run afterBryan's Army Community
during the latter part of 1981. Several release from prison. ment Center in Jacksonville. dismissed when he stands trial and or
additional subpoenas were served in is sentenced for the later charge.
Starke this past week,ordering the in- Jackson received four three-year Billy Gordon Griffis,42, has filed an Several subpoenas served this past
dividuals to appear before a Federal sentences on four separate counts appeal after his sentence of eight week order the individuals to appear'
Grand Jury.Sentenced. with his fifth count being suspenced. years. Griffis is out on a $12,000 sure- before the Grand Jury in Jacksonvillenext
on March 12 were Jackson will also be under supervision ty bond pending an appeal. week in connection with the
Timothy Allen Bryan, 20, and Eddie of the parole board for five years The remaining defendant is Ronald counterfeiting scheme.
Taylor Jackson, 19. Bryan received after his release from confinement. Griffis 25, who has not been to trial. "The case is far from over" said
three three-year sentences to run con- Carl "Pee Wee" Griffis was earlierA Griffis entered a plea in the failure to Secret Service Agent Bill Brawley. FOR INFORMATION ON HOW

TO GET INTO A HOME WITH
17-year old juvenile as well as with burglary in October. With a George Griffis, 72, of Starke, was
1 i McCray Arrested Kim Norris, 19, both of Starke were search warrant deputies found 60 $150, there was no damge to DeCan-
t For Battery-Escape beaten and hit with drink bottles. yards of carpet and vinyl floor covering dio's vehicle, according to Patrolman NO DOWN PAYMENTCall
: They were both treated at Bradford already installed in Williams David Crum.
:.I Johnel McCray was arrested for County Hospital. Arrested at the timeof trailer. The carpet had been stolen 964.8741
r I battery and trespassing after being the incident was Shelia Casselman from a new home being constructedby Alma P. Norman,41,of Starke, was
r. warned to stay off the property of Austin of Starke who was later released Longchamp. Also found in the cited with speed to fast for conditions, I
Mattie Mae McCloud according to on recognizance.There trailer was a TV taken from the homeof when she lost control of her vehicle on
I'I,' the Starke Police Department. were others involved in the Ethel Hall two years earlier. US-301 March 18.
McCloud stated that she was in bed'when Incident but at this time no other ar Norman was in the center traffic f
entered During the sentencing Williams,
her Brownlee
McCray have been made: The state attorney's lane brakes the wet
rests applied on pave-
nicknamed the "snake, broke out in
Street and struck her with
: apartment office has received Informa- ment, out of control, and struck fI
"a stick He was trying to hit her in the a sweat and it looked like he might spun
direc- I
tion in the case and according to the median. Her car changed
'r nead but she put her left arm up to pass out. Judge Carlisle noted
Assistant State Attorney Tom Elwell, tions in the same lane and she struck
stop him. A large knot was on her left Williams had nine prior felony convic-
the investigation is continuing.The head-on vehicle driven Wm An-
wrist, according to the police report. tions and had been in trouble since the a by
fight was a continuing disbute Brewer of Jacksonville.
While being transported to the age of IS. Judge Carlisle said he had thony I
which was first brought to the police'sattention Norman's 1980 Chevywas
Bradford County Jail by Patrolmen really worked hard to stay in jail and Damage to p
Willie Sea.-cy and Wayne Wilkinson, when a complain was filed that was where he deserved to be. He $2,000, damage to Brewer's 1981
March 8. At that time verbial abuse to
Cadillac was $2,500, according
McCray broke away and escaped. really is a "snake" and venomous to
started their working relation
Alachua County Sheriff's Deputy over the community," said the judge. Patrolman David Crum.
Alan Baxter the ship at Pantry Pride. Double wide, 3 BR, 2 bath, I
saw a car matching
Used double wide 3 BR, 2
Bond for Faulkner and Hilliard was Hilda Jean Vann, 32, of Jackson-
description of one given out by Starke set at $200, both were released on Representing the state was Assis- ville, was cited for careless drivingand shingle roof, wood siding, bath, w3'ton AC, new
police. Baxter stopped the car about tant State Attorney Tom Elwell who
recognizance. satisfied having no valid driver's license carpet, garden tub. carpet, into rate 14.75%
five miles south of Waldo and attempted said he was with the out-
to arrest the man. come of the case. Elwell said he was when she struck a vehicle which was
A struggle began and McCray was Williams Found pleased with the verdict of the jury entering .Hardee's on US-301 south 17,995 $15,995 '
charged further with resisting arrest and the maximun sentence imposedby March 18.Damage .
Grand Theft S t up S D l. f
with violence, battery of a law en- Guilty the court. "The office of the state to Irene Parham Mobley,
forcement officer and escape. Curtis Lee Williams was found guilty attorney and the county sheriff's 60, of Starke, 1978 Chevy was $400,
McCray, 48, was placed in the 'of grand theft and burglary in department worked closely on this damage to Vann's 1980 Buick David was SINGLE DOUBLE !
Patrolman
custody of Alachua County Sheriffs Bradford County Circuit Court March case in order to rid the community of $800, according to
Department until March 23, when he 23. A jury brought in the guilty ver- one of its least desirable elements," Crum. WIDES FROM WIDES FROM' t
was returned to Bradford County. He dict at 4:30: ,p.m. after hearing Elwell said. "Let this serve notice; : '' '
was charged with aggravated batteryand testimony Monday afternoon and all similar behavior will not be toleratedin Card of $7995$13,995 r
bond was set at $2,000, accordingto day Tuesday. this community by anyone." The family of Phillip Alexander express I
Deputy Paul Stegall. Judge Wayne W. Carlisle sentenced sincere appreciation to relativs, (
Williams to five years on each of the neighbors and their many friends for
Two Arrested for two counts to be served consecutively. Traffic AccidentsIn the thoughtful and kind expressions of Community Mobile Homes I

Aggravated BatteryTeresa Williams will receive credit for The Past Week sympathetic understanding. US 301 N., Starke 964-8741 :: .. = [
time already served. Whatever part you did to console our ,i F.H.A. Conventional VA With !
No f
Faulkner and Carolyn Ruth Williams was arrested twice the Leonard Veto DiCandio, 18, of hearts will never be forgotten. A mere Down Payment I"- I Iimi1k
Hilliard were arrested and week of March 8 for tampering with Starke, was cited for carelss driving "thank you" will not express all our
with aggravated battery after charged a fightin witnesses, he has been in the county when he cut in front of a vehicle which sincere gratitude : !l !1i\I :r l ,WJ''A74V'A( ir ''iJ: fI

the parking lot of Gator ,all since that time. was attempting to turn onto Thompson ,
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Freightway Inc.between Call anc Bradford County Sheriffs Deputies St. March 17. ,
Madison Street in Starke March 13. arrested Williams and charged him Damage to the vehicle driven by !


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I Get "Burned" by Forestry DiVe Green Plants Seen as Future :Fuel SourceGas 1


station attendants of the future same composition of diesel, fuel can its name can also be processed in.
may be asking automobile drivers be taken directly from the tree and fuel, but like most of these pl"/I'/
By Tony uurite whether they want to fill up with \used to make diesel engines run. One milkweed as a practical 1'1\0'1> >:
BCT Staff Writer regular, unleaded or "leafy"varieties acre of these tree could provide 1,00 source may be years away. Scu'ni i .' a
Buddy Broughton was doing a slow of fuel. gallons of fuel a year accoridng to need to develop a productive, du>ei 'y
l__ burn. The "leafy" brand would come scientists who are working to grow free breed of the common pla" te'.

With a small kerosene torch in from certain kinds of plants and trees copaiba trees outside of their native before its use will e econoical. |t.n,
hand. Buddy set fire to a patch of the as-yet-untapped sources of tropical rain forests so that their sap Among other plants that may soim -
woods just south of Starke. substances describedin an be harvested more easily and effi day be used to run engines is I In" 'e ,

Malicious? Had somebody gottenon petroleum-like the current issue of Ranger Rick's ciently. sunflower, the big yellow blosson/ s
the wrong side of Buddy? Nature Magazine the National The desert plant opherweed" whose seeds are pressed into oil 1.,<
I II No Buddy is not an arsonist. He's a Wildlife Federation's monthly may be another potential source of cooking. With the addition of a inn.' lr
.t y member of the Division of Forestry publication for children. fuel, one that could produce up to 10 acid, says Ranger Kick, sunflower mi i 'ie
here and was working on a prescribed -ercent of America's needs, accordingto burns better and! pollutes less U.ri(I, i i ir
burning project.Approximately. Preliminary research says Ranger Rick., Indigenous to the diesel oil in
Rick, suggests that at least 30 different Ranger use today.
30 acres between of the United States !' ,., F
could be farm- soutwestern part Plants will probably never fill dl1 '
US-301 S. and SR-100 were being burned plants someday with certain e
ed for gopherweed mixed the world's energy needs, "anK'r i
hydrocarbons the organic
by the division as a forestry pro- several bar. e
chemicals can produce Rick reminds his reders But if th M
compounds found in crude oil but also
ject. County Forester David Norton manufactured by nature in certain rels of oil per acre. THis plant's promise oily plants are developed and us'''i
explained that the burn was con- has prompted one Cleveland- wisely .. avoiding soil erosion ,n>.'
lucted to reduce actual fire hazard in plants. based oil company to draw up plans water shortages. they may well i LA: .
On such of is
source "green gold"
.he event of an uncontrolled fire and for. a pilot plant to process their place alongside oil rigs as p, I
the in
copaiba tree, found mostly
to aid in the regeneration of the trees
'gopheroil. ducers of automobile horsepower
tropical forests. Its almost the
by doing with some of the thick sap,
milkweed
away The milky that Rives ...
sap ........ -
underbrush. ..... ..4.. __ .. j .n.
What you probably didn't know is ,
hat the Division of Forestry will conluct -
controlled burnings on private I
:,ands if certain criteria are met.
For a prescribed burn project the
division maintains that the burn must
be a bona-fide forestry project suchas
hazard reduction or regeneration Watts

., : of existing forestland. This does not
.; ,,, include pastureland. The division
\ '."' I charges $3.50 per acre and provides _
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.t y. \ .,1f\ 1t.'. conduct their own burning. There is
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; : ,1't,I project stipulation. The division provides
I', heavy equipment while the lan- Idea
\ downer conducts the actual burning. / \
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trip $5 operators. (
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$22 per .
I'm Burning For You. Norton pointed out that the burning Printing =
season is over for this year, as it nor 1
>; Buddy Broughton puts the torch to some underbrush located on privateS mally runs from November to March.
I land between SR-100 and US-301. Broughton and other members of the Dersons interested in utilizing the From The
t Division were conducting a controlled burning project. The Division division's services or wanting more
:$ provides the service to citizens for a nominal fee and if prescribed conditions information should contact him at the 0 -

I are met. Division of Forestry.
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More than fifty local youngstersfrom 110 W. Call St., Starke 964-5764

the Starke and Hampton area

I 6.got a taste of"Jet Set" life last March

Eastern Airlines had made an offer
to fly school students round trip from
Jacksonville to Daytona Beach for the CAN SAVE YOU MONEYIN

incredibly low price of $15. The program
I was designed to give school

children an inexpensive taste of what YOUR PRINTING NEEDS.
i it's like to fly. And for most of the
students aboard flights 153 and 886, it

Arl 'Was their first trip by plane. Featuring :
The group arrived at Jacksonville
International Airport at 11 a.m., ate
f quick bagged lunches and loaded into Stationary Letterheads: J

<, the waiting Boeing 727 Twenty-nine .
minutes later, after flying over the St. Brochures Forms
Johns River and down the Florida
coastline the group landed in (
Daytona. Receipts Register Forms

After a brief stay in Daytona, the
students climbed aboard a DC-9 for
the return trip to Jacksonville.
"I liked the take-off and landing,"
said students Michael Campen, Jim Talk to Roy Wells, he is your printing specialist.Plus .

my Long Donnie Roberts Timmy
Slater and Rob Powers.

.It was so much fun going over the we offer the ONLY Quick Print Operationin
clouds and turning this way and that

jet way went" said down Allison, my Archey.stomach"When went the Bradford, Union and the Keystone area.

4 down," Rhonda Estes said.
"I liked when we were up in the air

"" ind saw the clouds, houses, cars and
lakes," said Terri Kennan. 1,000 Camera Ready
':t Billy Home didn't like the way the $2380
;j'. plane banked and landed and Tracy

'Plane Simple.... provide students an Inexpensive op- Bradley thought .the stewardesseswere Forms on 81/2x1
v portunlty to fly. The 50-plus students pretty.
ith se students from Slarke and enjoyed a brief stopover In Daytona At 4:30: a tired group of youths
llaltplon climb aboard night 153 and then made theInternational.29-mlnute night returned to Starke and Hampton, a
m d for Daytona Beach, as part 01 a back to Jax memorable experience enjoyed by
Special offer by Eastern Airlines to ... all.
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? PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT HOMES FOR WANTEDUSED HELP WANTED .

W.:H, SERVICES SERVICES J SALE ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (EYSTONE UNITED
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed USED POP-UP TENT CENTER. FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES The.. Board of County Corn.missioners METHODIST CHURCH Is
CARPENTER WORKi AIOI VERA Skin and HealthCare lake In Hlllcrest. $800 Needs work but useoble.' $130 and up. 473-2879. I 1'01' SALE Lake Geneva WILSON T-2000. tennis Clay County, Is curr.ntly seekingmo ne
modeling work, kltch.ncabinets Product ((99.8 down $146.44 per month. $100. Flat price. Sleep 4-5. Lake Geneva Mobil Horn Mobile Horn Sale, $7,770 racquet, call 473 2210. .tfn or seeking to hire an.ngln..rlng to fill, the. POSIt,: of
and trim Aloe Vera available Phone 473-4058 or Co stove lea box. Park. 3/. tfnchg 10' down $99 month for 473-4380 after 5.00 p m assistant with organist ond/o :.hair.
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now .
4734367 after 6 3/4 2/
m pel
Carpenter. Reasonable In your area. 473-3672 or p 4732337. OFFICE SPACEfacing 14X50 Liberty. Double ROOMMATE at least three ((3)) years lobexperience. director Those" Inlc tiedin
j price.. Call 473-2477. 7:30o.m. tfnchg Lawrence Blvd Next door wide starting at $13,995. FEMALE Applicant this.. all
475-2983 3tehg 311'.25. EDUCE SAFE A FASTS with month ministry mal
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE1 -- WANTED $150
Call per
5:30 p.m 3/4 tfnchgAFFORDABLE CARPENTRY. AND GoBese to Andrew Drug Com chink all of our should submit a detailed 473.3829 or 475 I i.93
MASONRY,I.: Tablet' half utilities. OnSlIv.r
or
1 Keystone Height owner cap. plus one
173.3111.3/1
tfnchg.
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AUTO model and special prices.Vi resume to the Clay County is II
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WORK Building. .ule i'a Salary negotiable
patio financed 12 In.t.re.t. E-Vap "waterpills Lake Call 372.0717or
percent 3 BR, 2 BATH furnishedmobile
QPHOLSTERY Excellent mile East of KeystoneonHwy Public Works Office Room
addition, remodeling, Lot clear, sand Andrew 473-2436. Itpd 3/25 tfnchg
on Drug, home, $220 per
at 3/4 P.O. Green
Vorkmanshlp 100. tfnchg 304 Box 1363
home. and tile work. Free bottomed lake, priced to GOOD USED TENT for familyof
Keystone Height 3/25
reasonable; role.. Localreference month. Keystone' Height Cove Springs, Fl. 32043 -
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.lImot. Phon.473.1473 sell from 9900. One to 2tpd 4/1 Realty Realtor 473-4961. .. Call P. Valentino
available. Phone 269.6301
tai or
day. 4tpd 3/184/8 five overlooking lake MISCELLANEOUSBINOO..AMERICAN 4732337.
Year experience. For' during acre 3/4tf chg. 284-6301..: 2tchg 3/18 25.
"ppt. call 377-6157 oil! (access available) with OAK FOREST LOTS acre, ONE ROOM EFFICIENCYapartment FEMALE ROOMMATE Nonsmoker
nice trees from $3,600 to shore horn on
Lak.G.n.vo .
ebme visit 1226 South corner lot. A..um.law Interest on
LAWNS MOWED Spring down, month. LEGION HALL. SR-21. Lake Geneva. Call "
$500 $50
a from tennis
across
ffaln Gainesville, 8am.- rat. Priced$12,000.
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Special size lawn ((10 Commercial frontage-- Saturday.. 7 and Sundays 475.22931tchg 3/25 AdsREAL
4pm. next door to Roger' any Call collect 2699707. court $125 per month. p.m. [Union County I
Welding. 3tchg 3/11.25. 10.000 sq. ft.) only$10 Call Investment opportunity. Walter William Realty. First last $50 damage 2 to S. Public Invited. KIDS-WANT TO EARN an extra -
473-3760. tpel 3/25 SR-21 N. Owner-salesman. 4tcho3.2S413EUREKA deposit. Phone 473-7086 tfnchg 3/4 $10 for 2-hour work? .
Lonely Send for free 473-4375.3/4 ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSl the Town and -
REESE stamp tfnchg UPRIGHT VACUUM after 6pm. 3'11 tfnchg Deliver
GENE REAL
i information.. New Single eEAUTIFUl LAKI GENEVA with attachment Excellent .PARTIALLY FURNISHED 1 BR Closed Country Shopping Guide
REALTY Magazine, Box 880 -(G9)). 'lot from Monday .
access ",500. condition. $50. flat In historical building meeting Friday on Wednesday afternoon ESTATE ESTATE
Boynlon. Fl. 33433 2tpd $500 down, $71.74 per 473-4115 after 2tchg downtown Melroe. $173 Open meetings 8 to earn extra money. No -
IGCNS REESE REALTOK 3252 month. Discount on entire 3/18-23 p.m. per mo. Call 4751222. p.m. Alanon Monday 8 collecting no ,bond LOOKING FOR a special
.WHITE SANDS IAKII. ACCOUNTANT Retired 10 acre On. Waterfronlot. "tchg 3/11 ."/1. p.m All meeting at necessary. Call for piece of property If I
Beautiful lake lot with 3 available portllme. Full Call 473-4373. 3/4 LIVING. ROOM COUCH 90 Inch MOBILE' HOME In lake Educational Building Com Mr. Brady, 372-3468. Itchg don't have It. I'll find It.Just 45 ACRES OF .PRIME LAND
'R. ..... both horn. service Including tax tfnchg Geneva on SR-100. Furnished munity Church 473-2790 or 3/23 osk--.JANE S. USHER Located on SR.245 |lust outside
Cedar closets, Fla. room, return. 173.2031.tpd FREE .1 Year old Pointer great** long condition.gold In See color.In 2 BR, Central HI A. 475.2130. 3/4 tfn chg. HOUSEKEEPERS. foi Sire. REALTOR 496-2126 or of Providence. Land

fet,Is of sloroge.f 325.15Itb Brittany Spanlal to good Monitor offic. $100 3/18 utility shed. $223 first, last ')VSREATERS ANONYMOUSNo doe your home need a 4962903. eve*., "Your has some improvement'
ssumable $20,000 loon home. Need room to play tfnchrg $50 Security Deposit dues, fee or weigh- thorough cleaning' .once a Union County Realtor tfn Also 3 bedroom/2! bath
.473-2337. i Ins, meetings Tues week or twice a'month? block house in Roiford
.73.2093. 3/18 open
hold 473-3311 I
ft 9V4% Own.r will ( SIX-FOOT UTILITY side or 3/26.
I. : compartment
.. lUfffm'i 7:30 St. Anno' Have excellent local area with 3
moll 2nd. 63500. for size tfnchg day : p.m. many FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE approximately
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fllVER SANDS LAKIt Fur- SERVICESMir Broadway pick-up truck with any ladderrack. LAKE SANTA FE, 2.BR, 2 Episcopal' Church reference. 479-2694 or NEEDSColl: Venero Brown acre of land. For more 'Information
Ushed 2 BR, 1 both with Stovo Formerly $300 now Bath, Carpet Drape, Kitchen Keystone Height. Thurs- 473-1368. Itchfl /25' .96.3022. Sandy Hazen call Maine Real

(11.000 ostumabl 9'Own.r / TREE SERVICE I' asking $150. Good Condi- equipped, Control day.9 Slat:30 Bank a.m..of Community Stork.. 496-3994 eve or Gerrl Lennon Estate Itchg 3/25.Realtor 496-3978.
tlon. Call 473-2395 H/A. 2-Car garage. 496-3140. Tiffin, and
wan. will con- / Itpd 964.8387. 2/4 HELP'
473-2790
Removal Reference required. $425 or Inc. Realtor Rt. 2
tider. 2nd mortgage., f ) K k 3/23. tfn chg. Owen
428.300. per month plus security. WANTEDI Box 788. lake Butler, FL.
11$4212l BINOOLion Club across
Trimming Call 1.468-1373 or tfn 8/6.
chg.
4 /R. 1 BAi on S acre : I from high ichool. HELP
MV. ...... fruit. trees : Free Estlmat j Quality Painting 14682010. 2tchg 3/23-4/1 Tuesday. Early Bird 7 JOHN K, LANGFORD
rr..,, fertile area far1Ifardan. MUJ,.rElMtria I FOR RENT New brick houseon p.m.: Regular, 7:30 p.m. EARNED $25,000 lost year Jr.Realtor Associate WANTED
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$22,300., I Interior Exterior wooded 'lot. 3 BR. 2- Public Invited. 3/4 tfn chg. port lime. Only 3 applicants ((496-3814)) with AAA Real
473-4732
'Msumable mortgage otr4 1gpliaasssIonllg .. I FREE Estimates bath. C/A. dishwasher accepted for train- Estate Agency 752-0577 announces JOBS OVERSEAS Big
% $34.000. .rIMe'd I Altar 5 P.M range m Incl. House has lakeaccess Ing. For 'Interview call nationwide service fast. $20,000 to $50000 money
References lot sand bottom 473-7373 and referral since affiliating .
OFFICIl 473-7074 : on Ads anytime after 12
I Classified plus Call
Clay C..IItI.. t per year
I.... lob Mean I ...... .. less i K. tone H.lght Call at Dave 473-3919 Hamilton lake. $400 monthly plus Get Results S noon.3tchg 3/18-23 with Independent 1.716-842-6000.. Ext. 4814.
473-1531 La t.w security d.pa.lt.64.8073.. Realty Marketing Service. 2tpd 3/251/1.
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,,1 2 t vanced horticulture students. I Bloomers." Floyd Jacoby's displayon at Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas. !
'I If Iorticulture NewsMerchandising Barbara Rasnick and Norma Col- pesticides was titled "What's Bug The Air Force CommendationMedal ]BHS ROTC Rides Choppers I
displays have eman designed a display on blooming ging You?" "Home Gardening" was is awarded to those individualswho ,
"1 recently been completed by the ad- house plants. called "Happy. j the theme for Elizabeth Hodges' demonstrate outstanding '
display.The achievement or meritorious servicein Fifteen members of the BUS
didn't like was when it started to
.1,. their duties JROTC to take ride In Army "
displays were to represent an the performance of on got a an Noise presented problems to a
';" 1rf actual situation in a retail garden behalf of the Air Force. UH-IE Helicopter at Camp Standing cadets. "I, would have liked to
i: center to market specfic and related Hawkins, an inventory manage- Feb.20.The some ear phones" said
f"/f/, items. Sign making techniques and ment specialist with the 67th Supply orientation flights lasted about Webstre. Gill Desne said that"It lit;
t tr '; salesmanship were incorporated into Squadron, Is a 1977 graduate of Brad- IS minutes and were flown by ,sort of scary at first, but once \
School. members of the Florida National
the various displays. ford HIM
: rode the first time, you want to \
f Guard in conjunction with the Univer-
I'. Jeff Everts Graduate of second time. It made my head hurt f
., sity of Florida Senior ROTC I
AIC Robert J. Sabo Jr. program. from all that noise but it was still interesting
Y Southeastern AcademyAfter "When it (the helicopter) leaned, I .
: In Training Exercises extensive training in Travel was scared but other than that,it was I
"THe only part I didn't like was J
Airman 1st Class Robert J. Sabo, Tourism Jeff Everts of Keystone fun and I'd like to ride again," said when it started to land and it rocked
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Heights, Is a recent graduate of Michele Slocum. back and forth," said Debbie Griffis.
; r Sabo Sr., of Rt. 2, Keystone Heights, Southeastern Academy.To "Now I know how it feels to be in the "It was exciting everything seemed !!i
w r Fla., has participated in "Reforger complete the program of study air," said Carol Perkins. "It wasn't little, like could just reach :;
.. '81", a series of training exercises Jeff met requirements in the areas of very interesting, maybe because I'm and so touch it. you .out_ _!
conducted by the North Atlantic Treaty career and peronal development in afraid of heights." The activity was carried out under
Organization (NATO) forces In addition to specialized occupational "It was interesting and I'd like to do
the supervision of Col. William Otte
Europe.Sabo. training. it again,"said Andrew Moon. His sen-
an avionics systems He is now qualified for an entry- timents were echoed by Dan L. Hall, Hans(Ret.)JROTC and Sergeant-Major instructors at BHS.William'...,
specialist with the 7th Tactical level position in all areas of the who added that "The only, part I .,
Fighter Squadron at Holloman Air Airline Travel or Tourism Industry. ._c,
Force Base, N.M., joined with ..;
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.'igyArNt, ,: members of his unit to provide vital Jeff Mooney Completes A Clarification. IfO
support for the United States and Course in Culinary Arts A clarification has been requestedin Col. Dunn is not currently V
allied forces taking part in this annual Corpsmember Jefferson Rooney of reference to the article "Dunn member of the KeystoneMelroiiliAmerican
Mn exercise. 504 Legion Terr, Starke, took part in Named Outstanding American" Legion Post 202, as wa 4
The 13th of its series, Reforger the 273 graduation exercise of the published in the Mar. 4 edition of the reported.Dunn was a member of Post,
tested mobility, plans, capabilitiesand Earle C. Clements Job Corps Center Telegraph on page B-1. 202 only from June 1978 to June 1979*,
support agreements between
Feb. 24.
military and civilian transportation Corpsmember Rooney successfully -- "
agencies of both the United States and completed studies in culinary arts :. i
its NATO ..
partners.The
and plans a career in that field.
exercise, stated Department of The Earle C. Clements Center is
Defense officials, provided soldiers operated by the Education Division of USED g .
and airmen the best
possible the Singer Company and it has an :
peacetime training for performanceof enrollment of 2,624.
4 duty under simulated combat con

'") ditions.Nearly 17.000 people along with Edwards Road RecreationArea i' ) OFFICE x i.I i.
of
27,000 tons equipment were sent to ProjectThe

:! Europe of Reforger from the United. States in support Class under Heavy the Equipment direction Operators of Don I OQQQQQQQQQ '"
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:' He is a 1979 graduate of Keystone Hoverson are assisting with land 0000000000000 EquipmentCan ,
Heights High School. 'clearing at the Edwards Road

Recreation The new recreation Area. area would add Save'r :
Seen Any Sea Bees? .
a little league field, Softball field and
Florida residents who served in the additional parking. --- :

U.S. Navy Seabees are invited to at- Joey Stalnaker -- = M
f tend the mid-year convention being You
held at the Lakeland Ramada Inn Completes Training r
Apr. 29-May 2. October 8 (FHTNC-Navy Seaman 1
Seabee veterans are any veterans Recruit Joel G. (Joey) Stalnaker, son I r
t'r )wA who were members of or attached to of Ila E. Stalnaker of 737 S. EppersonSt. $ $ $ $ I
Pkota By Tonjr BurSee ... any of the U.S. Naval Construction ., Starke, has completed recruit
Battalions or Detachments during or training at the Naval Training Center, '
You in New Orleans Chump. since WW II, Including Korea and Orlando, Fla.
These Brooker youths shoot hoops on the new goals donated to the Vietnam era Seabee Veterans. During the eight-week training cy- '
To obtain additional cle,trainees studied general militrary
Elementary School by the Brooker City Commission. Information or ISCM 7000 Electric Portable Typewriter
subjects designed to them for
I While no NCAA crown Is at stake,these kids go at It with all intensity of request banquet tickets, contact further prepare ;. ;
I their playoff bound collegiate counterparts. Keith D. Gammon, 1720 Dana Place, academic and on-the-job Heavy Duty Office Type
Lakeland, Fla. 33801. Convention training in one of the Navy's 85 basic
I reservations must be made throughthe occupational fields. I.
convention chairman by Apr 21. Included in their studies were
seasmanship, close order drill, naval
I .r'' .. Airman Fayon D. Hawkins history and first aid. Personnel who "
'; Receives CommendationSenior complete this course of instructionare $26000, '

Airman Fayon D. Hawkins, eligible for three hours of college k
daughter of Ida L. Scott of Route 3, credit in Physical Education and
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Starke, has been decorated with the Hygiene.He _
"' : ; joined the Navy in July 1981.'
.. -t. U.S. Air Force Commendation Medal : I
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Hulk, or at least his likeness, will be part of the Bradford County Fair PORK I 14 Drawer Lateral w 1 Olivette' a ,
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this! year. ROAST ,b.
B.J.Shine of Lawtey,pictured above In his Hulk garb will be painted green 1 39 I File Cabinet 1' Mechanical'Adder't' '
and portraying the Hulk to help Bradford Pop Warner raise money at the fair. lb. :
He'll sell! balloons. I -
Also, the Pop Warner parents will have a booth at the fair, selling mar-,, 1 U9 .
shamallow creatures cupcake cones, and raffle tickets (It each) for an April Ib. i $225 $3000 i
.. 3, drawing of cash prizes of $100, $30, and $25.KEYSTONE i

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j I Hwy 229. lawt.y FOR RENT PERSONAL BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE <::> IrIe

1 .New & Used l SERVICES OPPORTUNITIES -
KITCHEN /' '''CIINCY While oak
I FIREWOOD and USED ,
.j i Color TV'sAntenna's ALUMINUM
ROOMS for rent low PLATESi24x36" 530 CASE TRACTOR: Heavy
at truckload
pine, $5 per ;
!: weekly rates. Call Temple $','75 COMPLETE Nation's Oak 4x4'., $30 half cord In 25 cents each Used duty Industrial with loader

; pec. in receiving Motel. 964.7357.2/18 EOW BATHTUBS REFINISHED In leader since 1977. Open I Call Sunshine Acre, Great printing for newspaper and grade-box. Excellent ruJIUfJiJr1

: honn.I' 30 & 47 MOBILE HOMEt 2 bedroom. your home. Guoronteed. own a ((1)) Warehouse ,964-7699 or come out between lobs minor repair condition $7300.00 (!
: 782-3577 1 bath on one acre fenced.garage. Free estimate $79.95 Outlet ((2)) Jean Store ((3)) 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: Bradford County 473-4417. 1/14 tin ; e
;' storage shed $200 99.95, with sink. Ultra. Fashion Boutique. Call collect p.m. and we'll load for CARPET.Telegraph. 964.6305. tfn. FOR SAUl Plants seeds. REALTY
9om.7pm ?? tI"j per mo. $100 deposit Call Glate. 9648903. 3/11 tfn for Mr. Weaver you. 1/28 tin nlture NEW ft USED: Fur. fertilizer, dolomite, feed. Ib. '
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622-5620 after 5 p.m. 2/25 GOODMAN CAR WASH: 615.647.1965.3251tpdYOU'VI S-V GALV. ROOFING. Plumb. appliances. Moonlight Enterprise, Ht -. -
tfn Wash and HEARD V.$4.20 r-$4.9S; B'S.70 fixtures and pipes. Hwy. 100, Bradford-Union :. m
FOR RENT wax vacuum ; ; BARGAIN
: : CULLIGAN CENTER US-301 County line ((90 ) 96.2093. .
fully automatic (inside and out). $15. Corner "Opportunity" Knock 9'-$6.45: IO--S7.20: 1I'$7: So., 9646679. 2/5 tfn PHONE 964-7776 ....'u. I
water conditioning. $3.75 and Once This i is III I Companywith 9-5; I7-$ .70. All sizes 3/4 4tchg 3/25 CECILIA
SR-16
301. Signal DO.
ORENTz 3 BR house, cen- per mo. Installation extra. Station. 964-8283. 2/4 tfn fantastic growth in picked up. Jacksonville.We HOUSEi DROP.IN BARGAIN HAY: Very good quality'for TERWILLEMR 205 N. Temple, StarkeIT'S
1 trol H A A. 301 South. cattle
carpet no pets. Limited offer. Call first year seeking manufacture. Call toll and horses. Clifford '
$225 mo. Call after 4 SEWING ft ALTERATIONS 964-6740. We buy and ..ellus.d ,
p.m. 964.7638. 3/4 4tpd 3/25 distributors. call 964-8291 free 1-600-342-2702. 3/4 Martin phone 964-7145
964.7824.3/25 Itchg KINGSLEY LAKE Adorable Dress making all custom after 5 p.m. 3/25 Itchg. 4 chg 3/25 furniture and op. 3/lB I 41chg 4/8 INCREDIBLE I I
|=OR RENTS 2 bedroom home, private dock heat mad., call 964-8074 pliances. 8/13 tfn 10 ACRES FOR SALE on For. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

I house furnished. $200 and air 2 bedroom, 1 bath. anytime, 3/18414/8 RUMS 6 piece set; 1 snare, syth Rd. Small equity and
plus $100 deposit call living/dining room combination JEROME WILLIAMS Minor BOATS MOBILE 1 bass 2 tom toms, 2 floor take over payments INCOMPARABLE: large, brick CH&A

4647625. 3/25 Itpd kltch.n.dl.hwash.r. auto repairs washing and toms Extra drums; 4 964.5146.3/18 Stchg 4/1 horn approx. 2300 iq. ft. on .4 lot near
BAR FOR RENT 3 miles cleaning service. 782-3767. HOMES ENGLISH SETTER PUPS, II
lots of
simply 2 stands 1 school
snare
15 ft. Lone Stare Boat: 85 hp snares Kvyston Assumable mort. at
south of Starke. For Information charm. Available April 1. 3/18 2tchg 3/25 FOR SALE bass I Ludwig speed Weeks, AKC Registered,
call 964-6502 8 to 9 Evenrude motor trailer, shots, wormed. $'/.. Stove, ref rig.. D/W compactor
$300 FIRM. 533-281S or AUTO REPAIR road service, pedal, 2 hi hat stands. 1 set beautifully
I am. 3/19 2tpd 3/25 5332196. 3/4 4tchg. 3/25 pick up and delivery 24 new tires, runs good. of hi hat cymbals. Other feathered. $75 to $100 disposal calling fans. fple.. gr* nhous..
BrflCt ROOMS FOR RENT PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished hours. Average 1 day ser $1200. 9645389. 3/25 197. CHAMPION Mobile drum items, all $200. 2 CR each. Negotiable 376-5194.
COlored TV and air. $40 per efficiencies and I vice. 9647553. 3/4tfn Itchg.COMMERCIAL. Home. 12x65, total elec., 2 radios $50 each. 468-1119. 3/25 2tchg 4/1 Bradford Vlllas-A new concept In lifestyle with low

I week> and up. Wall to wall BR opts., weekly or mon BILLS SAW SHOPi Complete BR. I bath 4 ton AC $7500 3/25 1tpdEUNICE'S BAKER l.P. GAS. Family maintenance; adult housing offering charm comfort I

:!:;brpe'. Call 9649992. askhtr thly. NEW FURNISHED sharpening service, circular Call 964-8741. 3/25 1 tchg NURSERY: owned and operated we quality along with energy efficiency.EXECUTIVE .

: Jan. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 STUDIOS. 2313 N. TempleAve. hand carbide, Tomatoes, hot and bell strive to give better prices * * * *
P.OR RENT Vegetable PROPERTY and .service, solicite
Starke. 3/11 Ifp 9102 chain, mower blade hollow peppers, eggplant container we HOMES
'garden plots excellent soil FURNISHED One bedroom and balanced YARD SALE grown $1.50 can. customers to own their WHERE YOU STAY SAYS A LOT ABOUT WHERE
I Jfpr gardens. 4 miles N. of apartment for rent, 314 N. ground BRADFORD MINI Phone 7823972. Located 2 tanks. We sell or rent YOU'RE GOING)
Leave Jackson
:$lark. 964-7145 Clifford Temple Ave. Convenient to at Building miles north of tanks and furnish
WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX Lawley on What a to live luxurious brick home
I Supply In Starke Keytsone BARGAINS: The House of way near Country
Martin.! 3/18 2tchg 3/25 town. Call 964-7344 3/18 for sale. 80 pet. 301 look for sign. 3/25 cylinders' 259-6810. Club, well designed.
Lake Butler. Is 212
lrR LEASE: 40 seat 2tpd 325FURNISHED Heights or Seeing Believing 7823349. 3/25 4tchg 4/15
:Restaurant TFNchg owner financing availableat Call St., 9am. to5'30 p.m. %Itchg NEW BUILDINGS Affordable Elegance. Handsome, new brick ham. In
completely FemalePekinese. at factory.All
I 11 I 1 / with FOR SAUl
:equipped. Can be seen at : 2 BR apt. 404 ALCOHOLICS for pet. > acres Phon.own.r You come see us at our House broken 3mo. parts accounted for All Conn.rly Estates Finest Insulation frplc.. healthy spring
;tb.R.na Motel 1900 N. Cherry St. Carpet stove & ANONYMOUS Phone room expansion. new location. 3/18 tin .. old. 782-3122. 3/25 structural steel carries full water
:JTemple.' 9646784. 3/18 refrigerator $100 dep., 96 -5148 .or 964-7619. 473-2735. 9/24 tfn YARD SALE! Sat., March 27, factory guarantee Quality Choice. Magnificent Ig. home Country Club 3

:Schg 325R $175 monthly 9648944. TFchg 9 to 4, 507 W. Madison St.. ELECTRIC Itchg STOVE G.E., 30 Buildings 10,OOO square BR. 2 B, HUGE fom.rm., frplc., 2 lots circle driveway.

| RENT 2 BR house, 1m.aculat. 3/18tfn SEWING MACHINES WANTEDGOOD Jimmy Borneo's residence. inch like new $175 feet to the smallest 1,200 Exciting Place. Geneva lake Est. energy elf. home,

** .. ref.. rang., car. 2 BR, 1 BATH. ;mobile home REPAIRED! All makes Household items, clothing. 7823910. 3/25 Itpd square feet. Must sell im- $65.000 VA mtg. 37826. B'/i *.

jpirt, fenced front and backfybrd located on 2 acre lot. $150 cleaned, oiled and ad- PRICES PAID for used bicycles, etc. 3/25 I tchg FURNITURE & large freezer. mediately. Will sell cheap. Private World. Conventional home, Geneva lake Est S

$250 lease and per mo. plus damamge lusted. $15. Workguaront..d. mobile homes if mortgageis SIDEWALK. SALE: Saturday. 9a.m. 26 cu. ft.. 601 Alton Rd. Call toll free BR, J'/t B. sunken FR w/frplc.. Irg. wooded lot excellent
:.curity deposit required. deposit. 431-1918 after 6 James 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE to 5 p.m. 321 N. Tem 3/25 ItpdEUNICE'S I .800.2 8.0065 or financing.

:M5 Pinewood Dr.. phone p.m. 3/181tchg Strickland corner MorganRd. HOME SALES pie Ave. Everything on NURSERY: Azaleas 1-800-2480321. ext. 777. LAKEFRONTGO
3964-8073. 3/25 fin 3 BR unfurnished house for sidewalk 25C a piece. 3/25 3/25 41 I
2tpd AHEAD GET YOUR FEET
and Hwy 16. TFNchg 964-5606. Open 7 days Itchg $1.50 gal roses, shrubery WET
rent. 964-6841. 3/25 Ifftnion CHAIN LINK FENCE Install weekly TFchg YARD SALE) Saturday. phone 7823972. located 2 'OR SALE 3 chicken houses -Lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.

ed. Free estimates. Handy. AXLES 1 TIRES: 2 axles + 4 March 27, 9 a.m. 5 miles north of Lawtey on 30' x 400' to be.torn down. Tropical lot on b.autifuILak. Geneva. Only $24,200.
tires. We $100, p.m. look for 3/25 All or part. 964 6254. 3/25 Board/batten
301. Lk.
County Ads Man Fence Co. 9648559. pick-up 705 S. Epperson St. Niagra signs. cottage Brooklyn.$41SOO.
: TFNpd 1281TYPEWRITER You deliver, $125. Olins vibrator chair, commercialhair Itchg Itpd. 'Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110.000.
Mobil. Home Soles, Hwy. table FOR SALE Plaid sofa, rover- Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. $71.000.RENT .
REPAIR: Call dryer top.
game
RECONDITIONED TV'S Colors -
100 W Stark. 9645606. sable chair & ottoman :
matching
& PERSONALS the Office Shop 110 W. clothes, books, misc. 3/25 starting at $100.00. OR BUY
FOR SALE Call St., Starke, for details. TFchg Itpd rocker. end tablesS Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A. $350 Mo.
Trade-in's welcome. Phone
? SERVICES CASH PAID for aluminum coffee table, $300. Also
9645764. tfn YARD SALE 2nd drive 964-8212. 6/11 tin Silver lake: 2 BR, I BA. $350 Mo.
:3 21*. brass bed. 3drawer.
BEDROOM. 3 BATH cans. Copper Maple captain's
behind Pest Control onWater BUY NOW t PROFIT LATER
&, CLASS CUT TO ORDER and batteries. H & R Block 964-5610.
CB/BRICK HOME $125
TOM With
MADE DRAPERIES
: extra
St. Sat. 8 Sun.. Neat > clean 3 BR 1'ba... CH&CA on 2 lots fenced
tee estimates. Local large swimm'ng' pool. Doors windows etc. office 31 S. 6th St Mac- FOR SALE 2'/. yr. old
March 27 & 28. 3/25 1 tchg lake assumable 8'VA
access mort. 55000.
Crystal
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Hill Service
:distributes for Completelyoshable londscap.d yard severalout clenny Florida Call YARD SALE 4'/, miles N. of percentage Limousin bull Security lake Homeslte.
nationally bUildings. with 2.5 9646078. Orders also 2596992. 1/07 tin with papers, $1000. Also locksmithing
Starke on 301. 4 families, -MH, 4 BR, 2 B. $21 .500, 16, D/W,
taken in Lake BUtler Hwy range refrlg.
Advertised Gardsette acres located on SR 18 WANTED) TO BUY Coins ALMOST approx. 1 18 round bales of Burglar and
;Oraperle saw Enterprises near Worthington Springs, 496-3079 and Keystone gold and sterling silver, need Elsie anything Norman. 3/25 you alicia hay under born. Fire Alarms carpet S. drapes.
Ed or loma owner finance, Call Heights 473-4973. 2/26 tfn J.R. Bullington 9646250. Itchg never well I $25 roll. 24 Hour Service' '5 Acres fenced hi B dry Hampton area sheds, "rag tag"

:Stephen. 4962219. 496-3625 after 7 p.m. TFN BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 3/18 tfn YARD SALE Bradford 782.3737 alter 7 p.m. ((904)) 964-5849 MH. 10000.
(1/80TFN. 2/4. SERVICE: Bradford County WORK WANTED: Need you Humane Society. Sat.. 7823200. Danny 3/25 Itpd 1520 S. Walnut 'CB 3 BR, I'/i B, with pretty wooded acre lot In town cx-

SABVSITTING: M-F, 6 a.m. PLANTS. SEED, FERTILIZER residential pump-outs house cleaned? Call March 27, 8 a.m. to 4 Don Hli. Owner cellent condition some financing $41,000.
:Onlil 5 p.m..Hot meals, Dolimite. feed. Moonlight $50. We also re-lay drain 4732854. experienced Door prizes at 8 p.m.301 ITEMS FOR SAUlWar.hous. -Frame. 3 BR, pecan trees, 239.17' on paced 510.18. 1.635

Dpervlsed ploy Ages 15. Enterprises, Hwy 100 lines. Phone 96 .8121.. have references, prices N., S&W Muffler p.m.Shop. lb. rebuilt. forklift, 5,000 Ac. High ft Dry. $73.500.
:jtaannah;J Andrews, 490 SW Bradford-Union County 5/28 tfnchgI"ROFISstON'At negotiable, call after 4p.m.3L182tchg325 3/25 Itchg engine, $2,000 MOBILE HOME Owner Financing in Lawtey :3 BR, CH/A. Apprax. 1500

;.th 1 ,.Ioe..au. +1.p7:4962496:2tchg "',. line, ..Ihon.. .49..2OG3* Oar-Crefln-:" --- ',".- electric Microfiche/ protector JI50 .SERVICE sq. It. Stucco on I ac.. pv'd. driveway garage.
: : 3/183/25. 4tchg 3/43/11 3/183/25. ing Service. Cleaned CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM pallet lock battery POLES." 7.99 Ac. on Forty the Rd. 14.60' MH. metal barn pecan
.
bad $))50
YARD WORK HOUSECLEAN. 4 RENTAL HOMES. COM- washed glazed CANS 21 cents, copper HOMES 9645725. 3/25 peach apple t,.... Grapevine. $38,000.
vacuumed
jMGt Reasonable rates.Wili MERCIAl BLDG. and property and brass batteries. HSR rehg lots 63 t 65 Cypress St. Cy"tallk. Homesites. $4,900.
: sanitized Block Office 31 S. 6th St.. FOR SALE'
l wash and fold clothes. on SR-IOO. Commercial Cammerclal-250' 301. Owner
on Hwy. financing.
Coll Henry 496-3476. 2tpd site on SR121. deodorized. $7.00 pickupand Macclenny Fl. Phone ITEMS FOR SALE: Beatiful 309 N.
5/254/1. Beautiful lake front home delivered or your 2596992. 3/25 tin 'like new 3 door Admiral Westmoreland-Nearly new. Assum mtg.
LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, Excellent commercial Many lac.
Call ask I prop. uses. Approi.
place. 964-7226 RefrigeratorFreezericewater
FREE large lots. Contact LIVE IN COMPANION for
PUPPY TO GOOD on
for Dennis. 12/10 tfn 2 BA 'with large rooms. dispenser Call n timr4IMII7 w/155 ft. on 301, Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to lilt.oComm.rclallot .
HOME: 5 months old. Col- Farmers and Dealers Bank widow lady, light
;8e and German Shepherd 496-2101.) TFN 3/18. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS housekeeping must drive Fireplace. 12x20 screened 9645725. 3/25 I ltch Wal. with 120 ft. on US301. Good buy!
porch. Privacy large CB Home on 20 ac. SR.lB. Sacrifice. Make Offer.
garden.
:iftl". gentle with children. 1971 CHEVROLET 1 TON: Call' 9646113. 3/25 tfn
jtivne431.1970. Itchg 3/25 Dual wheels, $800. Phone 144 W. Call St. Many extras. One yr. old. Geneva lake Estates- wooded ac. lots terms. Clean
496-3359 anytime. Itchg 964-7303: Assum. mortg. 11 'V % neighborhood' w/rolling hills. Tennis Courts
f'
3/25. Open CARS after 5 PM. 473-7059 1/21 I'IONEEItELECTRIC FOR RENT 7TH Day Advent. Church. Rd. 230 A.

INSURANCE FREE ENGLISH IVYi T.W.B.F. 9 til 5:30 TRUCKS tfn CO. I 3200 sq. ft. Warehousewith 615 Melton Terrace-See to Appreciate I IAcreage.Dovis

nINES INSURANCE AGENCY Caladium bulbs, bedding, Thurs. 11 AM ill 7 PM Com., Res.. Ind. retail or office St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
: plants trees, shrubs end Sat. 9 AM til :3 PMAppointments JEEPS. CARS. PICKUPS. from Loading docks. '334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable.
: 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake 78230(55Bradford: ;; space.
omary IIi.. Contrary Mary's $35. Available at local '5 Acres near Hampton. Well, dec. pole, septic tank.
utler Call
4963978. Off Hwy. 301.
Completen Garden SR-121 In Not Always Necessary Gov't. auction For directory LOSTFOUNDBLACK I 4.71 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
,
Service. TFN LaCro.... Phone 462-156U 1/7 tfn"PAINTING call 8056876000. Ext. 964-5294 .40 Acres New River. High and rolling.

Closed Sunday and Mon .121 I I I. Call refundable. 3/25 ANGUS BULL Realtor A..oclat.s-Aft.r Hours
remodeling
11 WANTED.; day. 2tchg 3/18 3/25. new additions to patio, call tchg 4/15 600 Ibs., last teen on 301 app.& I I HELP WANTED Wayne E. Douglas- Broker-Salesman 964-6593
FROST FREE REFRIGERATORI 964-5854 day or night. 544 19B1 '/ TON custom deluxe SR 16. any information Rentals Carriers for Fred Sackett 0 Broker-Salesman 6'.16UlIIlI.n
$175. washer $150. paper
dryer 10 Chevy Pick-Up truck.
please call Jim 964-5301. Pearson Broker-Salesman 0 '964-531:
W. Colt St. 3/18 4/8
To,
RnPONSIBIltJARTYr"eke ( ,. $85 matchingNosh.rdry.r 4tchg 7000. 12.000 miles. 3/25 Itchg ,,: U.S. 301 route in Starke area. Navls Ward Broker-Salesman 967 S4
over payments '<<11\fipinet WILLIAMS SEAMSTRESS SERVICE
\ $300. Zenith 9645606. 3/25 Itchg.AUTO '-k* ,: Call Florida Times-
Byron Terwlllegor-964-7776 Martha Dorko-782-3397
Consol.Piano. Call
? color console $250. queen : All types of altera FOR SALE 1978 NortphStarke
J,f seen locally;:! Write Mr. bedroom suite with bamboo tions. 8 years experience.Call Plymouth Volore, Union from 9.5 p.m., Anne Terwlllegar Nelion-475-1677

Foster, P.O. Box 561. trim $ 50.solid wood 9648192. 3/25 Itpd 9647184.325 Itchg. Tiller 964-5165.

rtnFla.L, 32002.'. : trJW25'343111. queen bedroom suite$350. .MOWER CLINIC 1 FIX-IT 1976 CHRYSLER CORDOVA PhotographerCall __..; Ladder
: Serb bed used SHOP -We small ,
queen 3 repair A/C AM/FM radio power Beds !
months $175. baby bed engines mowers, and appliances steering power brakes, Joe Sappat Mobile Homes .\ VACATIONKKO.M : : STROUT REALTY INC.
LP WANTED $55. porta crib $45, croddle at reasonablerates. 'cruise control. tilt steering Mowers Moved INFLATION: ); ; Lorraine Champion Broker

$35. sofa and choir $175, 964-5760 3/25 2tpd wheel $1500.00 9646553. 964-8149 Tables, l/W chair Local Life looks brighter when 838 N.Temple..
seven piece wood living 4/1 3/25 Itchg." Cnaln Saws Sharpened I or statewide you have a second in- Phone 94-8931 Or

% .......TACt"""" !-STAMPS Du. room suite $350 twin bed GUITAR LESSONS Acousticor 4 CHEVY WHEELS S", 5 lug. After 6:00 pm and Welding moves. Set-up & con come selling Avon. Call Evening 473-3074

postage rate increase, like new $75. hlde-a-bed ./electric finger-pick $50 each. 4 hub cops. $5 I nections done. Call 475-2467. Mildred Henkle.
Rational company immediately 51 SO. coffee w/2 end flat-pick or thumb picking each; boat( axle & wheels 1-462-4587 evenings. '2 BR, I bath plus 1 BR furnished ,
tables$55. double bed $60 $25. '" i rental good terms,
needs a.tribllto. style. 9647076. 3/25 2tpd new Mercury motor VENERA BROWN TIFFIN S OWENS IMCMAiroes
( : ... In this area to dinnette set $100 freezer 4/1 $1350.: still In' box, 4.6-3022" acreage great potential.

fcrvice pre-established ac- $100. king bed $175, gas B'S AUTO-J CAR CARE 964-8016.3/25 ItchgHELP .........., e LIMEROCK Shop & Compare!! fHomes. farms & waterfront
:jlpunts. No selling. stove $100 matching hide- Suite Six I I Insiir.ituc, I lor properties catalog call
Sped.11
a-bed love seat and chair Minor automotive repairs w Gerrl Lennen l31NW13thSt.Gainesville. i t all
Minimum Investment now for buyers across
3M993. Call TOLL FREE $400, air conditioner $ISO, -.& car care, brakes, oil & 496-9140 Fl. 5 DRAIN ROCK :Mobile I IOIIH-' I'.i rks; America.

:{{800-835-2246 Ext. 112 or bunk beds $125. Phone grease, car &wash waxes 4.3774754C : e GRAVEL ROCK *All I l\H"i| ; i if I IHIIIIIOXVIUTS '3 BR and warehouse. Commercial
:Vote\ S.E.I. Inc.. 811 Allanq"Road. 755-2397 Providence. 1 Itchg clean rugs upholstery. WANTEDRECEPTIOMISTITYPlST location. $36 000.
Cumming. GA. 3/25. 9648192.325 I Itpd BUILDING SANDS pi>li!(.irs fur Catalogue Call

:30130., Florida Adv. I.D. COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN : Local' mobile homes.;
No. 492. 2tpd 3/18 3/25. LAKE BUTLER: 3660 sq. f ft. FOR RENT firm needs person to fill SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE.: BR, 2 bath brick home on e A.1 TOP SOIL Call for Quote Now list and Sale
POSITION AVAILABLE at $15 a sq. ft. $54,900. Attractive .' key position. Administrative 1.44 acres, pecan and fruit trees, barn storage ar.a. split
Secretary. Bookkeeper financing. I want secretarialand all fence. Call 496-3140 for more details. ANY AMOUNTPH. Olin's'Mobile -_
esponslbile for all to move print shop to MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE typing skill required. 1 TO 7 ACRE LOTS on SR 18 and off C-791. Owner inane- Home Sales Wall
HOME PARK mobile homesand 782-3172
kecrefary and trailer park area. Roy Duties Include telephone .
Maokkeeping accounting dutle Powell. 496-3377.: TFN spaces for rent.Recreational typing shorthand and f ii. ng.3.S$ ACRES off 239 heavily wooded. Nothing down Elaine M. Olin Agent Drilling

:Minimum requirements: 3/25. vehicleswelcome ing. Send resume stating food own. financing. Allen E. Taylor 964-5606 . . . .
Phone 468-2912.
taping 55 WPM. high .YOUR VERY OWN 2 TFchg qualifications experience, *5 ACRES. wooded. 2.200 per acre, owner financing. 2" thru6"

:School education, 2 years BEDROOM MOBILI HOME HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng reference and phone MEAT PROCESSING PLANT completely equipped with-3" :
Fast
office/bookkeeping extorjence. Furnished air conditionedand number to P.O. Box 423 IR, 2 bath furnished mobile home. Rotary
Submit Resume ready to move into for room TV. and air.Underwood Starke. Florida 32091. "We Pickup Butcher Chill. Cut and Wrap"HARDEE'S Drilling Equip.

&f-March 31. 1982 to Ind. lust $2695. Size 12X40. Ray Motel 3 milesNorth INFORMATION ON ALASKAN

!I Complex of Raiford. P.O.frx Pow.II, 496-3377. TFN 301. 10tfn of Starke on Hwy. and OVERSEAS I .Slate. .Licensed. . .
: 368 Raiford. 'Fl 32083.JOE. 3/:5. employment. Excellent Income .
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Auction. For Directory 4258. 3/4 4tpd 325HELl" I TYsci
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SIZED HIDI-A-BEDs h. on Crosby

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ffryou s-3143 after p.m. Itpd lease $225 per mo.Welgel ., COUNTRY 2... 3 BH. I'/i BA. perfecr garden space. Starke. Florida 32091 964-6725 . .
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flKea. we'll knock $10 cyl..AT. AC AM-FM. small IN LAWTIY BR home. $250 Cosmetics OMETNING DIFFERENT In m home In Strawberry Acres. -' Remodeling Repairs
fslch off your first thirdbd equity and assume per month. first and last In ''ou ewe H re yourself to feefc. '.' . t . .
fifth months rent payments Phone 496-3347 advance, plus security ouise Starling riOSC TO HOSPITAL, One acre hemes/re. 6000. ,I Register Oil & Gas JDurranccPUMP&
I tchg 325.Morning deposit. Call Janet M. B* HOME $15.000. JOOO/ down 137 Interest IS
fien paid on time tobIp anytime. 473-3092: yrs . . .
Starling. Rltor.7823931. OVflY HOME for ret. veup/e. Scrn'd. porches, fencedd. I :aUK S. Thompson Street .
us celebrate open- 2/11 tIn Yes. & Weekends .. werltshep. More- 45000.' I 964-5888

bfe of our second phase FOR RENT 3 BR. 3V4 bathhouse 4 COUNTRY 6 Ac.. $10,100.10 'Ac.-$2),000: Ac. SUPPLY

cat rental units. on Santo F. Lake. 6 21.000. tar, I.t.yar.. I Gulf

PfceiMobflsj Home VillageS Sun me, leas.., damage '5. IrCC', 3 I. I,.".. en lovely free-shaded lot. $21.500. COMPANY

S 121 at East deposit required. $800 mo. RFECr MOBILE/ HOME Sill 10 Ac.. barn and mere. Fish Cookers .4. .. . .
Sake Butler city limits Health Food Store '964-8482.3/25: 2tchg 4/1 .77ACRIS WITH love otlimoolle home. CH.A en- I Grills 804 N.

*hone 496-2366! 7-8 pmt 865 N. Temple Ave.lpm5:30pm ki.Tisck. DItwen r 33000. .
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Dear Fairgoer,
On behalf of the Bradford County Fair Association let met fake this opportunity to
welcome each and every one of you to the 1982 Bradford County Fair. \


Fairs are forth* family. They are fun. They are educational. They build business. Theyare
a responsible part of community life.


I wish to thank all who have worked so diligently to make this community project/ the ;

1982 Bradford County Fair, an enjoyable/ reality. 1.


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FOR THE BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION

President, Kay NormanTAMARA .

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1982 Strawberry.QueenDuring Miss America 1982

Tammy's year as Strawberry Queen Elizabeth Ward is a brown eyed beauty with ,
she represented Bradford County in the follow- dark brown hair and olive complextion, from ;,
ing events: Ribbon Cutting at the 1982: Russellville, Arkansas. I
Strawberry Festival Health Fair Parade, At 20, Miss Ward is a junior at the UniversityOf 1
Shriner's Parade, High Springs Christmas Arkansas seeking a Baccalureate Degree in i'
Parade and Alachua Christmas Parade. In addition accounting. After attainment of this degree, she !
,Tammy assisted with the contestants in the will continue her education in the field of law.
Dream Girl Beauty Pageant : Her future ambition is to become a partner in a 1
Tammy will graduate with high honors with law firm specializing corporate law. ,; j
the 1982 graduation class of Bradford High 5'9", 129 pounds, Miss Ward like tennis, swimming i
School and is presently employed part-time with and movies.
register oil company in Starke and Miller's She graduated from Russellville High Schoolin
Super Market in Keystone Heights. 1979 as an honor graduate:, member of National .
Following graduation, Tammy is planning a Honor Society, cheerleader, as class of-
June wedding and making her home in Bradford ficer,member of Who's Who, and participated in
County. varsity track.She has had nine years training on
Tammy is the daughter of Don and Dot Denton piano,3 years on bassoon,two years on flute,and
of Keystone Oaks. four years of voice training.


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1 Rep. & Mrs. Frank WilliamsDr.
& Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr.
J I Dr. & Mrs. R.W. Odom

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Dr. & Mrs. G. Frank Jenkins
j ,. I Dr. & Mrs. William Marchese
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I Dr. & Mrs. John Denmark
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BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION COMMITTEES !
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Commercial Exhibit Space. . .William Wilson
OFFICERS Educational Exhibits and Club

Concession Stands . . . William Wilson ;
Premium Book Ads I,

Special Events . ; . . .William Wilson
Admissions and Insurance . John Bradley I

President . . . . . . Roy Norman Security and Parking. . . .Jimmy Bowen 1 I
Vic President . . . . . .Bill Alderman Strawberry Queen Beauty Pageant I
Treasurer. . . . . . . John Bradley Starke Jr.woman's Club. . . .Becky Jones
General Manager. .. .. . . . .William Wilson Arts and Crafts. . . .Mrs. Muriel Wilson
Agricultural ProductsSuperintendnet.

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,I Livestock Superintendnets. .Tammy Hamilton
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS Wilbur Anderson
Swine Superintendent . . .Wilbur Stevens I.
Ray Norman Cattle Superintendent . . ,Greg Alvarez '
Bobby TaylorJ.E. Poultry Superintendent. ,Paul C. Hutchins
Tomllnton Prizes and Ribbons: . ,Mary Sue Tomlinson
Bill Alderman Rotary Club . . . . . .Elzie Sanders
John Bradley Home Division . . . .Muriel Wilson
County Schools. . . . James Duncan
Horticulture. . .Walter and Diane Wescott i
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GENERAL ADMISSION: Gate opens at 11:00: A.M. Wednesday, March 31. Paid admission begins at ; l'
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ENTRIES: Only articles listed in this Premium list will be accepted for competition, with awards ,
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this will be reason for forfeiture of any premium monies awarded I

All Individual entries ore open to Bradford County residents and these residing surrounding counties j
which do not have a county fair unless otherwise stated.BOOTH .



AWARDS ,

Awards_will be presented to 15 outstanding booths following judging on Thursday, April 2nd.: 4

The following point system will be used as basis for judging: i
Theme. . . . . .<;:>... . .20 points,
Educational Aspects and/ r', ) .
Advertising Value. . .V' : . . .20 points .
Draws Attention. . .!t-it: . .20 points i } I
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a PM Strawberry Queen Boo. uty Pageant at Bradford 'f
High School Auditorium. : 12 PM Midway Attractions' .
7 PM Swine Sal* : :
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11 AM Official Opening of the Fair 12 PM Midway Attraction
11 AM S PM Senior Cllliens Day 7:90 PM Bradford-Union 4-H and ffA Steer Show
12 PM Stark Rotary Club's Annual Rural-Urban Picnic

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2 4 PM Miss America Visits. Fair 12' PM Midway Attractions
2:30 PM Beef Show 1 PM Beef Sale _
7 PM Swine Shaw 7 PM Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Steer Sal*
7 1 PM Miss America Visits Fair

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Cindy Alderman Limousin Jimmy Underhill! Angus. Limousin Malneanlou I'

Lisa Alvarez Limousin Wayne Wall Brangus |
Ricky Alvarez Limousin X Her ford Angus
Frankie Andrews Angus Brian Whitehead Limousin
Bradford Jr. FFA Limousin X James Whitehead Limousin X
Bradford Sr. FFA lerford X Kim Whitehead Limousin X Herford
Jeff Clemmons Limousin X Simmental Terry Whitehead Angus X Limousin
Randy Conner Limousin X lierford
Len l E.. Eaves Limousin Union FFA 1

Craig Falstreaux Angus Jon Brown Angus X Limousin
Marilyn R. Griffis Limousin Julie Brown Angus X Limousin
Robbie May IlerfordX Prudence Clyatt Limousin X Herford

Guy Wayne Parrish Angus X11 erf ord Shands Howard Limousin. Bra Angus
Jason L. Polk Angus X Limousin Lake Butler Jr. FFA Angus X Limousin
Shelley Raley mousln X lerford Lake Butler Sr. FFA Limousin. Bra. Swiss 1{

Kimberly Sapp Limousin Gary Lee Angus )I
Robbie Underbill Angus X Limousin Greg Phillips( Angus
Susan Welch Angus X Limousin Joe Siegmelster Angus
Tasha Ward Limousin X Herford
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John Quincy Adams Limousin X Pamela Carter Angus X Limousin I
Drew Andrews Limousin Curtis Clyatt Limousin

Bradford 4-H Limousin X Connie LaNell Guynn Angus X Limousin >
Joe Hagan Angus John Marcus Howard III Limousin X I
David Hamilton Angus X Nannette Stalnaker Angus, llerford Limousin
Tommy Hamilton lIe-rford Penny Stalnaker Angus
Ron Newman Brangus James E. Wiliams Red Angus
Susan Sapp Limousin Mark Travis Worrell Angus X Limousin
Suzanne Sapp Angus X Limousin Robert Meade Worrel Angus X Limousin






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BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR RULES AND REGULATIONS ,

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AU exhibits must be In place not later than 9:00 A.M. on the tion having license or privilege to exhibit on the Bradford County
opening day. AU space not occupied at that time will revert to the Fair Grounds or In the buildings.In .
Pair and all payments will be forfeited. case any exhibitor or concessionaires, shall at any lime be
AU exhibit and goods must be unpacked immediately upon arrival Indebted to the Bradford County Fair Association, Inc., the cor-
and empty cases removed by and at the expense of exhibitors poration shall have the right to retain possession of all propertyof
and concessionaire, who shall all expenses of conveying
pay any exhibitor or exhibitors or concessionaires, located at the
,delivering, arranging and removing of exhibits, and alto Bradford County Fair Grounds, and sell and dispose of,either at
the cost of erection of booths, fixtures counters and apparatus
public or priate sale, all or any part thereof that may be
In connection with their exhibit the same to conform to the necessary to pay the Indebtedness due the corporation
uniform plan of the Fair. The exhibitor or concessionaire will not be permitted to subject
Electric lighting and wiring of every description shall be Installed any part of the space herein leased or to exhibit therein any article -
at the expense of the exhibitor and under the supervisionof other than those manufactured or sold by himself and
the Fair management.All specified In this contract
exhibitors or concessionaires must furnish their own elec- Exhibitors can sell and may advertise and distribute literatureand
tric light bulbs advertising matter from their booths only. No speaking
During the operation of the Fair, !deliveries by truck on the devices will be allowed In the building
grounds may be made up to 10.00.M..and between 4.30: and 1:00: I understand this contract does not give me any exclusive
P.M. only. rights on my product unless specified on the reverse side of the ;
No delivery or automobile parking spaces will be Issued to any contract. ;',
exhibitor or concessionaire under this contract. SIGNS Painted or printed signs In or on front of booths must ; .
All exhibits must remain Intact until l:0n p.m.Saturday nlifht. be confined to firm or Individual's name to whom space Is sold. '
Aisles must be kept clear. No signs banners, advertising mat- THE MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REMOVE J{
ter, decorations or parts of exhibits will be permitted In the FROM THE GROUNDS ANY ARTICLE EXHIBIT SHOW OR
aisles CONCESSION OR ANY PARTY THEREOF, OR ANY APPURTENANCES
Background draperies and side curtains.will. be provided by the THERETO INCLUDING BANNERS SIGNS
Fair Association for all Inside space OR ADVERTISING MATTER, WHICH MAY BE DEEMED UNSUITABLE
All decorations rnsut be fireproof and subject to the approvl of OR OBJECTIONABLE AND NO REFUND OF ANY
the management. MONEY ALREADY PAID FOR SPACE OR PRIVILEGE WILL
Machinery In motion must be enclose with a railing at a BE MADE. WHICH ACTION SHALL EXONERATE THE
uniform height/ I from the ground or floor of two feetslx Inches, MANAGEMENT FROM ANY AND ALL CLAIMS WHAT
said railing to be placed upon or within the boundary.of space occupies SOEVER ON THE PART OF THE EXHIBITOR OR CONCES
by the exhibitor. SIONAIRE.
No claims for Injury to any person, or Injury to or loss of, anyproperty
on account of fire and theft for any cause shall ever be Checks should be made payable to the Bradford County Fair
Instituted against the Bradford County Fair Association, Inc., Its Association, 202 S. Walnut St., Starke Florida, M091.ppp .
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OFFICERS
President .. . . ... . . . .James (Jimmy) Gaskins
Vice-President . .. . . . . Freddie L. Watterson
Secretary-Treasurer .. . . . . . . .Bill Alderman

DIRECTORS

Charlie Baldree Wainwright
George Huggins George Grant
A.B. Whitehead Robert Paterson
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Office Secretary. . . .Kathy Hallmark
Service Agents .. . . . .D.M. Hale
Ron Denmark
District Supervisor . . .Jim Browning




16th Annual Strawberry Invitational

GOLF TOURNAMENTStarke


Golf & Country Club


36 Hole Medal Play


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ANIMALS FOR SALE Animals Not For Sale
Drew Andrews. . . . .Beefmaster Bull Frankie Andrews . ... . .Brahman Bull I
Lake Butler Jr. FFA ... . Limousin Bull Brian Whitehead . . . .Limousin Bull I
Robby Worrel .. .. . .. . Angus Bull Conner . .. . .Limousin Heifer
Jon Brown. ... . . . . .Limousin Heifer Shan Howard . . . .Limousin Heifer I
Julie Brown Limousin Heifer Pamila Carter. . . . .Limousin X Heifer I
David Hamilton . . . ..Limousin Heifer Susan Sapp. .. . . . .Limousin Z Heifer I
Lake Butler Sr. FFA. .Limousin X Angus Heifer James Whitehead. .Limousin X Angus Heifer i I
Nannette SLalnaker. . .Limousin X Heifer Gary Lee . . . . . .Angus Heifer I
Mark Worrell . .. . po. .. .Angus Heifer Curtis CJyatt. . . . . .Brangus Heifer '
Connie Guynn . . . .. .Angus Heifer II



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Wilbur Andrews

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Rules and Regulations ji ,


1. Exhibitors must have owned and have in their possession at their home or farm all animals for a
period of ninety ((90)) days prior to the Show.

2. AU animals must be in good condition and halter broken and animals must be,trained to lead !
and handle.
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3. All animals will be graded by sifting committee selected by the Show Officials. Animals rejected \
1 by the committee will not be allowed in the Show Barn.

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adopted as official requirements for admission of animals. for exhibition at the Bradford County
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5. Each exhibitor must furnish feed, feed boxes and water pails, for his animals and be reponsible :
for feeding them. Hay for bedding will be furnished by the Fair Association. Hay for blocking ,,
stalls must be furnished by exhibitor. I

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6. Each exhibitor must assume all liability in case of injury or damage by his animal or animals.
The Fair Association will not be liable for death of any animal or injury or damage caused by any
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7. Animals are to be at the Show Area at the Fair Grounds in Starke between 4:00: and 8:00: Tuesday j
March 30. Animals will not be released until 11:00 P.M. Saturday April 3rd. 1

8. Animals must remain on fairgrounds during entire fair or money will be forfeited.

9. Should it be found that an exhibitor has obtained an award by false evidence or misrepresentation '
or by violation of the rules of the fair, said exhibitor_shall forfeit all awards. .

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10. There will be a youth show In all classes Wednesday March 31 at 2:30 P.M. Champion classes
will be determined by show jUdfe. depending on number of entries in each breed. Animal.Sale will
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11. Deadline for entires for! livestock will be January 4, 1982, Entry forms are available at the
County Agent's office, 2266 North Temple Avenue in Starke. Out of county and/or other late en-
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s Outstanding Youth Exhibit Trophy $4, O. i
Champion Bull Trophy Champion Female Trophy 1 1
Reserve Champion Bull Trophy '" : .
_' Reserve Chamption Female
BLUE AWARD 125.00 RED AWARD $20.00 WHITE AWARD 15.00
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Clan 2 Bull 12 to 'II months Clot 7 Heifer 12 fo If months
Class 3 Bull 24 month and over Gloss B Heifer I 11 to 24 months
Class S Champion Bull Class f Cow
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Swine Superintendent. . . .. . . . .. . . . . . Wilbur Stevens

, Rules and Regulations !

I 1. All entries and awards in the market Swine 4:00: p.m., January '8, 1982. Animals will be !
Show shall be subject to the Bradford County weighed and tagged January 23.1982: from 8 until /
4 Fair Rues and Regulations published in the fair 10:00: A.M. Maximum weigh will be 80 Ibs. t
j premium book. 6. All animals must comply with health requirements t I
2. Only a borrow show will be held. Only barrows of the Division of Animal Industry
weighing a minimum of 190 pounds and conform- Florida Department of Agriculture and COn-
ing to established show standards, quality and sumer Service.
I grading No.1 only on foot will be accepted. Swine 7. Each exhibitor must furnish feed, feed boxes,
must go directly to slaughter following the show. and water pails for animals and be responsiblefor
A 5 percent sales commission will be deducted to feeding and care of animals until the closing
defray the cost of the show and sale. Animals will of the Fair. I\
be shurnk percent and sold at shrunk weight. 8.All animals will be graded by sifting commit
Animal will be weighed one time only at show tee selected by the show officials. Rejected
time. animals will not be allowed in the show barn.
3. All animals will be sold to the highest bidder, 9. Each exhibitor must assumeall liability in
there will not be a "NO SALE." case of injury or damage to, or caused by the ex
4. Only qualified 4-11 or FFA members who attend hibitor's animl relieving the Fair Associationfrom t
Bradford or Union schools and have not all liability.
entered the Bradford-Union Steer by Oct. 1st 10. Animals are to be at the show arena at the "
may be eligible to show. fairgrounds between 6:00: and 8:00: P.M., Tues
5. Exhibitors must have owned and had under day, March 30, and must remain in place until ;
control at their home or farm all market hogs no the close of the fair or until released by the show
later than January 8, 1982. Statements showing management.
proof of ownership, entry blank and fee of$10.00 11. A showmanship contest will be held: ((1st j
must be in the County Agent's office on or before place-trophy), (2nd place trophy), (3rd place-
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Rhonda Sue Alvarez Hamp a\ I

Annette Balkcom Hamp,Spot,Duroc X '
Randy Balkcom York,Hamp Alvarez Bradford**'10'I: I
Tommy Balkcom Hamp,Spot,Duroc X Randy !
Carlton Poland China X
Barry
Amy Benson Hamp, York X
Robert Carver YorkTommy
Bonnie ,
Benson Hamp, York X
Marcia Brown Duroc,X Crosby .. lamp
Jamey Carver HampXHampX Roger Dobbs \, '. Spot
Jeff Carver Harrison York
Monroe Herndon York, Duroc X
Crews York i
Skipper Jr. Landrace X
Sherri Gaskins YorkXYork Joey Loyd HampYork. i.
Leroy Griffis Anthony Luke Hamp ;

Mike Hagan Spot,Duroc X Randy Luke York, HampX I
Billy Harrison YorkKyle Yancey Miller York, HampX i
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Harrison Clarence Pendarvis York
Eddie Herndon Hamp York Frank Sheffield Duroc, Spot X J '
I Ginger Herndon Hamp Kirby Smith York X f t'

Sherry Herndon h lamp Paul Smith .York, Duroc X

Carl Johns Landrace, Hamp \
Union FFA !
Melissa York
Belinda Meson ., -.::-.. Spot Connie Andrews Spot, Durox X i 4
Debbie Moody i i Duroc Scottie Andrews HampMike ,I '
Donna Bearden Hamp'
Moddy Spot
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Lisa Mosley *Spot,Duroc X Gregory Chambers York i
.? Rachel Cowley "' York, Ham X ,
Susan Peugh ...t York, Hamp ..
Anthony Redding ::3 Ramp Marcie Monneyham Landrace, York X t
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Chris Redding Duroc,Spot X
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: Karl Williams Spot
Redding York 1
David Reichert York !
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John Reichert York Union ".11 '

Mike Rourke York, Hamp Andrews t', Spot,Duroc X I'
Cristi! YorkHamp
Alesia Sheffield York, Hamp Crosby 'I
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Howard Starling Hamp Bryan Griffis
Amy Tison York David Harris Hamp, York X
TIson Lori Lee Hicks YorkDarlene
Andy Hamp
Andy Underhill Landrace,York X Seay Spot
Glenn Underhill Landrace, York X Jason Smith Duroc X
Randy Underhill Landrace,York X Becky Sweat Duroc,Spot XSprlnghi1l4H

John wattcrson Hamp, Duroc XYork York
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Rules and Regulations
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THere wUl be a Youth and Adult Show in All clean hatchery. If this certificate is not .z
Classes. presented, chickens or turkeys must have an of- I
ficial negative pullorum-typhoid test before they
1. Entries must be in place by 10:00: A.M. can be admitted. I
Wednesday March 31 and remain in place until The Florida Department of Agriculture will ..' I
.. 11:00 P.M. Saturday. April 3rd. have an inspector at the Fair on Wednesday, t.Qh \ !
2. All birds entered must be free from parasites, check certificates BtLtOtblood test birdsthat dd i
and disease. not have certificateti o' '. ;
3. All chickens and turkeys entered must be ac- 4. es will be March 1st, 1982 companied by a certificate of purchase indiac- 5. Individual entries will be limited at the descra:. ting that the birds came from a pullorum-typhoid lion of the superintendent. "" '
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Chairman ..... .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. ..... ......i.J,7.":.'....''I.'. .... .... .....John'Bradley' I
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A livestock exhibit requires great attention f ''I1eatness,, cleanliness and .vaniUttipj to be
presented to the general public. Realizing that the herdsman is directly responsible for the condi- C
tions of his exhibit and its quarters, this award should be an incentive to the livestock barns.
The following score card will be used to select the first and second place winners of this award in
both cattle and swine exhibits:
Condition and cleanliness of exhibit 25 points Cleanliness! of stalls 25 points i
Attractiveness of exhibit and equipment 15 points Cleanliness of aisles 15 points
Neatness and.appearance of exhibitor 10 points General Cooperation 10 points

PRIZES: V %V, .'.y :, .'*".. .,,- !t
A trophy will be provided for the Outstanding herdsman by the Starke Rotary Club. i'
CATTLE: lst-I5.00. 2nd10.00, 3rd45.00
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Greg Alvarez ,
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There will be a Youth and Adult Show in All Classes.
1. Entries must be in place by 10:00 A.M. Wednesday, and remain in place,until 11:00: P.M. Satur-

2.day.All birds entered must be free from parasites and disease.
3. All chickens and turkeys entered must be accompanied by a certificate of purchase indicating I
that the birds came from a pullorum-typhoid clean hatchery. If this certificate is not presented,
mitted.chickens or turkeys must have an official negative pullorum-typhoid test before they can be ad- I

The Florida Department of Agriculture will have an inspector at the Fair on Wednesday, April
2nd to check certificates or to blood test birds that do not have certificates.
4. Deadline for entries will be March 1st, 1981.Outstanding .
Youth Exhibit Trophy r
BLUE AWARD $1.00, RED AWARD .15, WHITE AWARD .50 i ,
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BLUE AWA'RD. |2.00, RED AWARD $..00, WHITE AWARDS I ,

Rules and Regulations '

1. All eggs must be chicken eggs and selected by the exhibitor. I :
2. There will be an extra large and a large class for white and brown eggs. J'J'I I
3. Large eggs shall average not less than 24 oz. per dozen. Extra large not less than 27 oz. per, \
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Lot 2- Extra Large white eggs .

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CLASS: Lot I Adult Buck Lot 3 Adult Doe ,. ;,. .

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1 I wish to extend to you an invitation to attend the 1982 Bradford County Fair.

I Fairs in Florida are primarily a showcase for Florida Agriculture which is our states leading
: industry. Each year sale of agriculture goods in Florida accounts for nearly $4 billion in gross
\ receipts which ranks us 11th in the nation.

.: To those of you whose closest tie with agriculture is a trip..to the supermarket, exhibits at this
fair will give you a behind-the-scenes look at the wonders of agricultural production. You will
).. learn about commodoties grown in this area and see some fine examples of livestock used to
satisfy the consistent demand for poultry, meat and dairy products.

Youth organizations, such as the Future Farmers of America and 4-11 Clubs, are very much apart
p I of this fair. We are proud of our youth and encourage you to demonstrate your support for
'l them by taking an active interest in the work and activities performed by their organizations.

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i In addition to learning about agriculture, this fair will provide a means for fun and entertainment -
; for the entire family. The officers, directors and staff of the Bradford County Fair r
ft Association have done an outstanding job in putting together a fair that will provide recreation,
entertainment and learning for children and adults of all ages. My congratulations go out to
'r''! them and all other fair participants.

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1 Entries will be accepted between 6:00: and 8.00
(1. SS" VEGETABLES: ANI FRI'IT
P.M. on Tuesday, March 30, and between 7:00:
and 9-no A.M. on Wednesday, March 31. Entries IIlN.oW' : 'RI) $3 RFD:/ .\AWARD/ 00)

must remain in place until 11:00: P.M. Saturday, \VHHK "WAIHUI.flf).
April 3rd. ,.
Lot 1 But vegetable display
-' CROPS Lot 2 Individual, vegetableLot
3 Individual. fruit
PRIZES I.nt" Individual nuts ((1 Ib. each variety)

Lot 5 Rare specimen
BLUE AWARD. SS.IM RED AWARD-S3.00:
WHIIfc AWARD-S2.00 ."""..' t CLASS III/.MJMRLLANrOl'SBl.l'E :

AWARD 180 RED! A WARDS .75.

WHITE! AWARD $ .50
Lot 1 10 ears yellow corn
Lot 2 10 ears white corn Lot 1 Best jar of honey, extractedLot
Lot 3 Sweet potatoes ((10 each variety) ,..211" 2 Bent jar of f honey, in {"...mb"JffIiI.ot.s
Lot 4 Miscellaneous .ftJ., ',,. Rent jar of syrup
Lot 4 Other misrellaneom


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Rule and Regulations must t personally responsible lor their
1. Entries in Home Division are open to the ;articles
public. 10. A Blue Ribbon will be awarded, a Red Kib-
2. Only articles listed in this Premium list will bon and a White Riblwin, in. eactj lot at the discretion
be accepted for competition, with awards given. of the judges, There will bo "HKST\ :
3 All articles displayed must be the work of OVER ALL" rosf'IIc'awarrtf'd.'

the individual exhibitor. Articles bought or borrowed ll.....The-'Fair Association! will assume! NO
will not qualify. relspotiMbility. fop the darrugeor |loss of articles
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judgingthat exhibited Reasonable cure will be exercised (10 '
has previously been exhibited at the Brad- safeguard the articles I'ftfor display but the
ford County Fair. Fair Association will in no liable
5. No two (2)) entries in the same lot, will be accepted 12 Exhibits of-cann fruit, ''vegetables: ,

from one individual.. pickles relnTie, preserves and MUST
6. All entries must be clean and in good condi- BE IN STANDARD CANNING JARS, labeled
tion. with name and address of person and name of
7 All articles entered in this division must product on bottom of jar USE; STANDARD
have been completed within the past twelve mon- JARS ONLY QUARTS. PINTS OR .HALF'
ths. PINTS)
8. Entries must be brought to the Fair Groundsfor 13. Judging will take place TUESDAY.:
registration during the scheduled hours. En- AFTERNOON BETWEEN: : 1 (1O and 5.00: p m. I
tries will be accepted Monday, from 1:00: p.m. NO ONE ALLOWED IN: BUILDING WHILE/ I
until 6.00pm. and Tuesday, from 8:00: a m. until JUDGING IS GOING ON Exhibitors will I br disqualified '
12'00 noon. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED if talking to the judges i
AFTER. 12:00: NOON ON TUESDAY. 14 All baked goods must be on a heavy pl'Ct'of I
9. Exhibit articles! may not be removed' before cardboard covered with aluminum foil not to exceed I
11:00() p.m. on Saturday April 3rd. Removal of 2 'ond baked product Entries will
exhibits prior to this time will be reason for not be accepted if these requirements are not

forfeiture of any premium monies awarded. .Ex- met.


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CLASS -CANNED PRODUCTS


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LOT I VEGETABLESLOT IAI4 Fruit 1,1 51, IoU 2nd. 75 MIrd 1 .
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Lot I Beans tat 5100 2nd $75 3rd S 50 loIS Peppers Isl Hat 1 lnd S 73 li.l I :Ml i I .
Lot 2 Corn tat 8100 2nd S 75 :lrd S 50 IA.17 i\hc..U.n. I 1-i1 I SI 10' 2nd S 75 Ird I MIrd :
1.013 Tomatoes' lal $100 2nd. 75 3rd 50
1.014 Okra tat $100 2nd S 75 3rd S 50
tot 5 Peas tat $100 2nd 175 3rd S 50 LOT I\, RELISHES:
Lot 6 Potatoes 1al.11 00 2nd 75 3rd' 50 .
1.017 1.011Jusm""r I., II 1101 2nd' 7' :trd S :.0 ,i1 I
Squash tat 5100 2nd. 75 3rd 150
1..012 Fruit 1 IstI1iq 2M $73 IM
Loll Miscellaneous 1st-5100 2nd-S 75 :3rd-S 50
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1.n14 Miscellaneous 1.1 11 110 2nd. 75 :Id' 50
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lot Berries 'isl.II 00 2nd' 75 3rd I SO
Lot I Berries 1.1 $1 ''WI 2nd. 75 3rd I W
Lot 2 Pears lit II00 2nd' 75 3rd 150
Lot 2 Pea" Ist, II M 2nd. is sled I VIIrd ,
1 it 3 Peaches Itt II00 2nd-I75 3rd I 50
ill- Lot:3 Peaches h' II 'tai. 2nd' 15 S 30 I
4 FIRS Isl II00 2nd 75 3rd I 50
Let 4 Figs 1.1 II IWI 2nd' 7S ird I !.nli.llsn.
Lots Miscellaneous tat II 00 2nd ITS 3rd S 50
1n15 Slra.r,1'I Lit .1 00 2nd 1 75
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Loll Berries Ist-'I.OO 2nd.'IS 3rdUOLot Loll Tomato IsHl.00 2nd- 'IS 3rd-I SO
2 Citrus Ist..OO 2nd-$7S 3rd.UO Lot 2 Fruit IsHI.OO 2nd. 75 3rd I SO3rd
LoU Pears let $1.00 2nd-.75 3rd-I50 Lo13 Miscellaneous 1.1-11.00 2n'U 75 ., 50
LoU Peaches Ist-.t 00 2nd.75 3rd. SO
Lot 5 Figs Ist-'I 00 2nd-US 3rd- SO
Lot 8 Grape Ist-'t.OO 2nd-$ 75 3rd. SO I
Lot 7 Mayhaw Ist-'I.00 2nd'I.75 3rd-I SO LOT IX HONEY SYRUP
Lot 8 Vegetable Ist-II.OO 2nd'l 75 3rd50
Lot 9 Strawberries Ist"I.00 2nd'175 Srd- 110 Lot I Berries Ist'll 00 2nd.' 75 3rd' SO
Lot 10 Miscellaneous, Ist"I.00 2nd'I.75 3rd 50 Lot I Citrus Iat..OO 2nd-5 75 3rd' SO
Lot 3 Strawberries Iat'll.00 2nd US 3rd, 50
Lot 4 Honey- Plain Iat-lt.OO 2nd'175 3rd'I 503rd
LOT VII JELLIES LoU Syrup. Plain IsH 00 2nd' 75 .I 50 1
Loll Miscellaneous, Ist-II.OO 2nd U5 3rd.I.503rd
Lot 1 Berries tat.'I.OO 2nd..15 3rd '.50 ,
LoU Citrus tat.,1.00 2nd..n Srd.50
LoU Pears tat '1.00 2nd '.75 3rd-5 50
LoU Peaches tat 1.00 2nd '.75 Srd '.50 I
Lot 5 Figs tat $1.00 2nd '.15 3rd..50 LOT X CANNED MEAT

Lot 6 Grape tat $1.00 2nd '.15 Srd S.50! LoU Beef Ist'II.OO 2nd.U5 .< SO
Lot 1 Mayhsw tat.1.00 2nd '.75 Srd-.50 Lo12 Chicken IsUI 00 2nd.U5 3rd ISO I t
Lot 8 Vegetable ht.1.00 2nd '.75 Srd..50 Lot 3 Fish Iat.lt 00 2nd'175 3rd I 903rd
Lot 9 Strawberries ht.1.00 2nd '.75 Srd-.50 Lot 4 Poultry tlt'II.OO 2nd-U5 .I SO
Lot 10 Miscellaneous tat $1.00 2nd '.75 3rd..50 L.ot3 Miscellaneous tlt"I.OO 2nd. 75 3rd I SO i



CLASS II BAKED PRODUCTS

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BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE $5.00


Lot 1 Quick Breads ((3 Biscuits.
3 Muffins) 1st-II 00 2nd-$0.75 3rd'I SO Lot 7 Takes I Decorated) 1st-12 00 2nd II 00 3rd I 75
Lot Specialty/ Breads Lot 8 Cakes I Cut Out) 1st 12 00 2nd II 00 3rd I 75 I
1 Banana. Orange. Date Nut, Lots Cupcakes 16 any kind) 1st'II 00 2nd.10.75 3rd I 50
Etc. 1st.II 00 2nd.to 75 3rd-I SO Loll Cookies (16 any kind) 1st II 00 2nd'W.73 3rd ISO
Lot 3 Yeast Breads and Rolls bt.lt <00 2ndSO.75 3rd.I.SO Lot II Candy 16 pieces' ) lat II 00 2nd SO 75 3rd I SO
Lot 4 Plain Cakes (not iced) 1st.12 00 2nd.II.00 3rd-I.753rd Lot 12 Pies \1st'12 00 2nd II00 3rd'175 j
Lot S Specialty' Cakes (Prune Lot 13 Most unusual use of I
Oatmeal Etc.) Isl.12.00 2nd-St 00 .1.75orated"1 STRAWBERRIES in baked product
Lot ICi* but not (with recipe) 1st.13 00 2nd.12 00 Ird.II00 I
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BEST OVER-ALL KOSETTE $:>,00 i


CLASS I. CHILDREN'S OR BABY GARMENTSno : CLASS III CROCHET ,
( knit or crochet)
Lot I Baby's rap. Bonlies. -
Lot I Baby Dress. Ist.1 00 2nd. 75 3rd 150 Sacque! nr Sweater Isl-II 00 2nd-SO 75 3rd.to 50 .
Lot 2 Girl's Dress 12 6 yrs.) 1st-I oo 2nd. 7$ 3rd.l50 Lot 2 Baby a Set 1 (3 purest' Isl.13 00 2nd-52 00 3rd-11.00
Lot 3 Gorl's Dress 17-14 )'rs.1 IslILOO 2nd'175 3rd I 50 Lot 3 Sweater Wnman'H 1814300 2nd-12 00 3rd.11.00
Lat 4 Playsuit (12-8 yrs.) Ist.II.OO 2nd-175 3rd 550 Lot 4 Sweater Man' ht-13 00 2nd-$2 00 3rd-11.00
Lot 5 PanlRult (12-8 yrs.) Ist..I.00 2nd-1 75 3rd 550 Lots Sweater C"hlld' Ist.13 00 2nd'12 00 3rd.ILOO I
LoU Pantsuit' (17-14 )'rs.1 Ist.II.OO 2nd.U5 3rd 150 Lot 8 Dress Isl-13 00 2nd-S2 00 3rd..1.00 I
Lot 7 Girl' Skirt tat II I 00 2nd.1 75 3rd 150 Lot 7 ('hldrl'n'.5"l'all'r.,
LoU Boy' Shlrtl2-8( yrs.) Ist.II.OO 2nd.l7 3rd I 50 C"oat ('apt', I'IC hl.13 00 2nd-12 00 3rd.'LOO
Lot II Boy' Shlrtl7-14 yrs.) Ist.lt 00 2nd-1 75 3rd. 50 Lot 8 Afghans ht'l3.oo 2nd'12.00 3rd.'LOO
Lot 10 'bld' Sleepwear tat It 00 2nd I 75 3rd I 50 Lot II Afghans Specialty'
Lot 11 Boy' Swt12yes..) lat-It 00 2nd-I 75 3rd.l50 Stitches Ist-13 00 2nd 52 00 3rd-1 00 1!
Lot 12 Miscellaneous Ist-.I.oo 2nd-I.75 3rd $50 Lot 10 Baby Afghans 10t-12 00 2nd-$100 3rd.1O 75 .
Garments; Lot II Vest Ist-1200 2nd"1 00 3rd.1O 75 )
Lot 12 Poncho or Cape tat-S300 2nd'12 00 3rd-31 00
CLASS II KNITTING Lot 13 Bl'dspreadorTablt'Cloth lat-I300 2nd-1200 3rd-l 00 1
Lat 14 Shawls lat-1200 2nd-$100 3rd-1073
Lot I Baby' ('ap, Bodies. Lot 15 Article of Merit 1st-II 00 2nd-SO.75 3rd.1O 1jO
Sacque or Sweater tst.'I.OO 2nd SO.75 3rd.SO 50
Lot 2 Set Ist.I3.00 2nd $2 00 3rd.100
Baby' (13 pieces) CLASS IV GARMENTS
Lot 3 Sweater Wnman'a 15t-I3.00 ",2nd'2 00 3rd-St 00
Lot 4 Sweater Man's Ist-13 00 2nd 12 00 3rd.S1.00 Lot I Ladies House Dress. 0'0'IColton
Lot 5 Sweater Child' Ist-I3.00 2nd 12 00 3rd 81 00 and blends ht'12.oo 2nd-II 00 3rel-, ,1>74!
Lot 8 Dress lat.13 00 2nd IZ.OO 3rd..00 Lot 2 Ladies Dress Istreet. .!i
Lot 7 h.ldren' Sweater etc.1 1st-$2 00 2nd-II 00 3rd SO 75
C"oat Cape Etc. Isl-13 00 2nd 12.00 3rd.1I 00 Lot 3 Ladles Long Dress 101,13.00 2nd.12.00'3rd'II.00 d
Lot 8 Afghans General Isl-13 00 2nd 12.00 3rd'1100 Lot 4 Ladles 2-pltCe Ensemble -
Lot II Afghans Specialty Ist-13 00 2nd'12 00 3rd"LOO
Stitches Ist-13 00 2nd'12.00 3rd.1I 00 Lot 5 Ladies S-pitCe Ensemble ,
Lot 10 Baby Afghans lat'12 00 2nd $100\ 3rd-SO 75 1s1-13 00 2nd.200 3rel-lI.00
Lot II Vest Ist-1200 2nd 11.00 3rd-1075 Lot 8 Pantsuit Ilt-12 00 2nd.S1 00 3rd-SO 75
Lot 12 Poncho or Cape Ist-13 00 2nd2.00 3rd-II.00 Lot 7 Jum..uita. 151..2 00 2nd'lI 00 3rel-to 75
Lot 13 Bedspread 1st-1300 2nd.$2 00 3rd-1I 00 Lot I T-Shlrtl Is\-ll 00 2nd SO 75 3rd-to 50
Lot 14 Shawls I.t00 2nd-St 00 3rd-SO 7S Lot II Ladles Slacks Ist-.. 00 2nd.SO 75 3rd 10 SO
Lot 15 Article of Merit lat-S1 00 2nd SO.75 3rd-SO 50 Lot 10 Ladles Skirt 1st-II 00 2nd-SO.75 3rd.to SO

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Lot 12 Brunch Coat or Duster lst-11 00 .to 75 3rd-MM3rd Lot 12 Pot Holders ((3)) (Ht-tl 00 2nd to 75 3rd to 50 I
Lot 13 Jacket or Cape (short) lst-12 00 2nd.tl 00 .M 713rd Lot 13 Article of Merit 1st II 00 2nd to 75 3rd to 50
Lot 14 Coat lst-S3 00 2nd.t2 00 .tl 00 e
Lot IS Apron im-ll 00 2nd.SO 75 3rd'to.SO3rd
Lot 18 Man's Shirt (dress or CLASS MISCELLANEOUS I ILot
sport) lBt00 2nd'tl 00 .to 793rd
Lot 17 Man's TrousersLot 1st-$2 00 2nd,tl 00 .to 75
IS Man's Tie 1st-$% 00 2nd.to n2nd 3rd.M 50 1 on Wearing
Lot 19 Man's Suit ISt-M 00 "12 00 3rd.tl..003rd Embroider Isl.11 00 2nd $0 75 3rd.o 50
Lot 20 Man's Sport Coat lst-12 00 2nd.tl 00 .to 75 Lot 2 Tallinn Isl-1 00 and SO 75 3rd SO 50
Lot 21 Miscellaneous lst-l 00 2nd.to 71 3rd.to 50 Lot 3 Swedish Weaving Isi-Il 00 2nd $0 75 3rd-0 50
1st-II 00 and SO 75 3rd 10 SOIstS2
Lot 4 Liquid Embroidery
00 2nd $100 3rd.O 75
CLASS V LINGERIELot Lot 5 Hugs
Isi-il 00 and $100 3rd SO 75
Ist-t2 00 2nd.tl 00 3rd.tO 75 Lot 6 Needlepoint
1 Ladles Slip 1st-II 00 2nd II 00 3rd so 75
1st II 00 2nd.to 75 3rd.to 50 Lot 7 Crewel
Lot 2 Ladles Brief list $1 00 2nd SO.73 3rd Sit 50
Lot 3 Ladles Gown laH200 2nd.tl 00 3rd $0 75 Loll Article of Merit
Lot 4 Ladies Slippers 1st-t2 00 2nd.tl 00 3rd.to 75
Lot 3 RobeCLASS 1st-t2 00 2nd.tl 00 3rd'to.75
CLASS VIII PILLOWSLot

VI LINENSLot I Liquid EmbroideryLot IsU200 2nd-II 00 3rd-'O 75

TableclothLot lst-13 no 2nd.J2 00 3rd.tl 00 2 Needlepoint l.t-S200 2nd-SI 00 3rd-$0 73I.t
Lot 3 Crewel 12 00 2nd-II 00 3r,1-1O 73
Luncheon Set ((5 lst-12 00 2nd'tl 00 3rd to.753rd
2 Lot 4 1'OtI8olllch Ist-12 00 2nd-SI 00 3rd-$0 75
pieces Lots Fabric tol-II 00 2nd-1O 75 3rd $0 50
lat-1200 2nd'tl 00 to 75
Place Mals(Set of 4)
Lot Lot 3 4 Luncheon Cloth 1st"tl 00 2nd.to 752nd 3rd.to 50 Lot 6 MiscellaneousCLASS tat II 00 2nd-O 73 3rd-50 50

Lot S Pillow Cases lal-1200 ,tl 00 3rd to 75
Lot 8 Tea Towels 1st-tl 00 2nd-to 75 3rd-tO 50
1st-J3 00 2nd-*2 00 3rd-tl 00 HANDBAGS
Lot 7 Quilt
1st-t3 00 2nd-t2 00 3rd tl 00
Lot I BedspreadLot Lot I Needlepoint 181 $2 00 2nd-II 00 3rd-'O 73
Stitched\ Hand 1st,tl 00 2nd.t2 00 3rd tl 00 Lot 2 Crewel lot S2 00 2nd-1\ 00 :lrd SO 75
Lot 3 Fabric Place Mats, etc. 181100\ 2nd-SO 73 :lrd-O 50
Lot 10 Quilt Top Machine Lot 4 Macrame IIIU200 2nd-1 00 lrd: $075
Stitched 1st '2 00 2nd-tl 00 3rd to 75
Lot 5 Miscellaneous lotI00\ 2nd-SO 75 ;lrd.IOIII !



I 4-H DIVISION I

Mrs. Lane Tenly, ChairmanMrs.

Helen Harley, Co-Chairman


1. Entries and exhibitors must be acceptable to Saturday, April 3rd. Premium and ribbons will

the 4-H Youth Division Chairman, the 4-11 Extension be forfeited if exhibits are removed before that

Agent, and the Fair Association. time.

2. Exhibitors must be a bonafide 4-H Club 7. Ribbons and Premiums will be awarded by

member in Bradford or adjacent counties whichdo the Modified Danish System and all decisions of

not have county fairs. the Official Judges and Fair Management will be

3. Judging of entries will be related to age. final. .'

Junior Department is for 8-12 year olds 8. Judging will take place Tuesday from 1:00:

AND P.M. until 5:00: P.M. No exhibitors allowed in

Senior Department is for 13-19 year olds. building while judging is in process Exhibitorswill

4. Entries must be brought to the fair groundsfor be disqualified if talking to judges.

registration from 1:00 P.M. March 9. The Fair Association and Management will

29 until 6:00: P.M. and Tuesday, Marc 3Ofrom not be responsible in case of accident or loss of

8:00: A.M. until 12:00: Noon. exhibit.

5. Entries must be the work of the individual and 10. All baked goods must be on a heavy piece of

completed within the last twelve ((12)) months. A cardboard covered with aluminum foil, not to exceed

project book will not be considered an entry. On- 2 inches beyond baked product. Entries will

ly one entry per lot will be accepted. not be accepted if these requirements are not

6. All entries must remain until 10:00: P.M. met.


Lot 4 l'oIarmaladrs.James Blue-tl 00 Red 10 While-Jll 50
BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE-I Lot 5 Preserves Blue-II 00 Red to 75 While SO 50
Lol 8 Jellies Blue.II 00 Red 10 73 While-10 :VI
CLASS I-BAKED PRODUCTSLot Lot 7 Exhibit !Merit Blue.tl 00 Red SO 75 Whllc-SO 50

Candles "i dozen Blue-II.00 Red to 75 While-la 50 CLASS IV-CLOTIIING:
Lot 1 Cookies >i dozen Blue-ll 00 Red to 75 While-SO 50White
Lot 3 Brownies 'a dozen Blue-SI 00 Red SO 79 Kl 50 Lot I Apron Blue.II 00 Red 10 75 Whlle-JO 50
Lot 4 Cupcakes 'i dozen Blue-SI 00 Red to.75 WhIle-SO 50 tAt 2 Searf. Blue-tl 00 Red SO 73 While-Jll V
Loll Cakeplain) Blue-12 00 Red.II 00 While-to 75While tAt 3 Tote or Hand Ban Blue.II 00 Red SO 75 W hue-JO' 50
Loll Cake I Iced) Blue-12 00 Red II 00 JO 75 Lot 4 Swim or Bath Suit Bluc-ll 00 Red to 75 hue-JO 50 .
Lot 7 Cakes (decorated, ap- tAt 5 Cape, Pancho or Vest Bluc-ll 00 Red JO 75 hue-Jo 50 :
rsnce only) must be on a Lot S T.Shirt Blue.tl 00 Red M 75 White-JO J I
I:kedcak* Blue II 00 Red II 00 WhIle-SO 75 Lot 7 Blouse or Skirt Blue-Jl 00 Red to 7S While-Jll 50Blucll
Loll Plea Bluc-ll Red II 00 While-10 Lot 1 Skirt 00 RI'd.SO Whilc-SO 50Bluetl
Loll Exhibit of Merit Blurs) 00 Red.to.79 While-JO 50 Lot 9 Dress or Jumper 00 Red.10 75 While to 50
Lot 10 Pants slacks shorts.
CLASS II-BREADS gouchos, etc> Blurt 00 Red-SO White-JO SO \
Lot II Jumpsuit Blue-ll 00 Red-SO 75 White-10 JO
Lot I Biscuits dozen Blue-ll' 00 Red-SO 75 While-to SOBluell Lot 12 .
Sleepwear
Blue-ll 00 Red to 75 While-10 JO i
dozen 00 Red SO 75 hile-to 50
Lot 2 Mulflns-'j tAt 13 Chllds Clothing I
Lot :3 Other Quick Breads-'i I0< yrs.) Blue-ll 00 Red.SO 75 While-SO
dozen Blue-ll 00 Redo 75 While-SO 50 Lot 14 Suit .
Bathing Blue-" 00 Red 10 75 WhIle-SO 50
Lot 4 Quick Bread Loaf Blue-ll Red-SO 75 While-to 50 Lot 15 2 Piece Outfit Blurs) 00 Red SO.75 While-SO 50
Lot 5 Yeast Rolls-, dozen Blue-12 Red-ll 00 While-to' 75 Lot 16 3 Piece Outfit Blue-St 00 Red.SO 75 While-JO 50
Lot 8 Other Yeast Breads- Lot 17 Coat or Jacket Blue-tl 00 Red SO.75 White-SO 50
'. dozen Blue-5200 Red tl 00 While-to 75 Lot IS Evening Wear Blue-Si 00 Red-SO.75 While-to SO '
Lot 7 Yeast Loaf Blue-1200 Red-tl 00 While-SO 75Bluetl Lot 19 Appliqucd or (
1.08 Exhibit of Merit 00 Red-SO 75 White-JO 50 EmbroideredLot
Blue-Si 00 Red SO.75 Whfte-SO 50
20 Crocheted Clothing Blue-Si 00 Red SO 75 White-So 50
CLASS HI-CANNED:; PRODUCTSLot Lot 21 Knitted Clothing( Blue-Si 00 Red SO.7S White-SO SOBluetl
tAt 22 Accessories I men's
Blue-ll Red.to 71 While-Jo 50
Lot 2 1 Vegetables Fruits Bluo-ll 00 Red.to 75 While-to 50 lies, hells etc> 00 Red SO.7S While-SO 50
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Lot I Non-flowering HousePlants
ALL WALL HANGINGS PICTURES. AND STRING ART MUST Blue-" 00 Red-SO.75 White-SO 50
HAVE A HOOK OR WIRE FOR HANGING.Lot Lot 2 Flowering House Plants. Blue..I 00 R.od-SO 75 White-SO 50
Lot 3 Cactus and Succulents Blue-'IOO Red-SO.75 While $0 50
I Wall Hangings Blue-tl Red to.73 White-$0 SOBluetl Lot 4 Hanlllnll Baskets Blue-" 00 RPd-SO 75 While-SO
Lot 2 Bulletin Board 00 RedSO.75 White- 90Bluetl Lot 8 Terrariums Blue-81 00 R.d-SO 75 'While-SO 50
Lot 3 Decorasllve Pillow or Lot 8 Container Ornamentals Blu..tJ 00 Red-SO.75 While-SO 50
Stuffed Animal' 00 Red-(0.73 White-SO 90 Lot 7 Cut Flowers 13 blooms) Dlue-tJ 00 RPd-SO 75 hlle-SO 50
Lot 4 Holiday Crafts Blue-tl 00 Red-to.7S White-SO 90Bluetl Lot 8 Container Vegetables Blue-tJ Red-SO 75 While-SO 50
Lot 5 Framed Picture any LA.t. Harvested Vegetables Blue-tJ 00 ReeI-SO.75 While-SO 50
media) .00 Red'to.79 WhiteSO.50Lot Lot 10 Vegetable Seed Collection -
String Art Blue-tl Red.to.79 White-tO Blut'-tJ 00 Red-SO n White-SO 50
Lot 7 Moulc. Seed, Clan, Lot 11 Exhibit of Merit Blu..l.OO RPd-SO 75 While-SO 50
Stone Etc. Blue-tl Red'to.73 White So 90
Lot I Macrame Blu.. CLASS V11-MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
: -" 00 Red to 73 White-0 90
Lot 9 Sand Art Diu." 00 Red-to.79 Whlte-tO Loll Child Care Dlue-tJ 00 Red SO.75 White-SO 50
Lot 10 Decoupage Blu..-" 00 Red.to 79 White 5o 90 Lot I Saddle Blanket Blue-'I 00 Red SO 75 While-SO 50
Lot II Candles Blue-" 00 Red M 75 WhiteSO.50Lot tot 3 Leather Craft Blue SJ 00 Red SO.75 WhIle SO 50
U Ceramics Blue-tl Red-SO 75 While- 90Bluetl Lot 4 Lamps Blue-tJ 00 Red SO 75 WhIle-SO 50 '
Lot 13 Crocheted Articles .00 Red-tO 79 White-SO 90Bluell Lot 5 Hand Towels Blue-tJ 00 Red SO 75 While-SO SoW
Lot 14 Knitted Article 00 Red.to 75 White-tO 90Bluetl 8 Pot Holders Blue tJ 00 Red SO 75 While-SO 50 _
Lot IS Embroidered Article 00 Red.10 79 Whlte-tO 90 Lot 7 Poster Craft Blu..1 Red 5075 Wht..SO 50
Lot 18 Needlepoint Article Blu..-" 00 Red-to.73 While-to !U> Lot 8 Electricity. Blue-tJ 00 lied SO.75 White-SO 50
Lot 17 Bedspread Blue-ll RedSO.75 Whlte-tO 90Blue12 Lot 9 Health BI"'I 00 Red $075 Whle.SO 50
Lot IB Comforts .00 Red-tl 00 While-W Lot 10 Safety Blue-'I 00 Red SO 75 White-SO 50
Lot 19 Quill. Hand tot 11 Recreation Dlu.-'IOIO Red SO.75 While-SO 50
Stitched Blue-$3 Red-12.00 Whlte-f 00. Lot II Insertion Collection:
Lot 20 Quills Machine Reptiles. .Ie. Blue.tJ 00 Red SO 75 White-SO 50
Stitched Blue-" 00 Red-tl 00 White- 73WueW Lit t3 Printed Public Speech Dlu..tJ 00 Red $075 White-SO 50
Lot 21 Rugs Hooked. Lot 14 Dog Care Blu..tJ 00 Red SO 75 WhI..SO 50
Braided, etc. 00 Red.13 00 White-ll 00Bluell
Lot 15 Woodworking BIue-tJ 00 Red SO 75 While-SO 50
Lot 22 Table .00 Red to.73 Whlte-tO
Appointments 90 Lot 18 Eggs Blu..tJ 00 Red SO 75 Whll..SO 50
Lot 17 Project of Merit Blu",1 00 Red-SO 75 WhI..SO 50

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT EXHIBIT

Sponosred By, .. . . .. . .. .. . . . Bradford Education Association ( BEA)
Divisions: Junior K-8. Senior 7.12 M. :Miscellaneous Indunlrlul.

I. Drawing !". Raking hewing!! !
1. All items must be the work of a student completed while In 2. Paintings :
11. Consumer NI..allonI.
Bradford (County School 3. Ceramic
I" Miscellaneous lIome Economics: '
Items. will be Judged on their merit and not against the work of I. 3 dimensional Objects U.1I1C: !! ;
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another student. 9. :\1I.c lIanre..u. ,\rll" trails' Work
1 t. Short stories
3. Only one entry per category will be accepted .. Wood.ocking Poems
4. Croup entries accepted. 7. :Metal Working

S. Entries will be accepted 8:30: A.-800PM. Monday and Grand Prlie Junior imMim. Ko..eU* ill.oa
Tuesday, March 29 30. Grand Prl e Senior Division Rosette II00
8. Judging will be Wednesday, March 31 at 9 00 A M. Best ,,;Category Hostile 4 I2.?
Each: Category l t.Hlue Hlbbun 2nd-Krd Hlboun. .lid-Uhllf Ribbon.





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Stretcher & Wheel ChairTransportation

M. Benton Futch Steve.Futch.


Harold A. Johnson For Bradford &


Starke, Florida Ph 964-6200 Clay Counties,

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SALES

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Homemade Sausage
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GENERAL INSURANCE
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Keystone Heights,Florida 32656 STARKE NURSING HOME
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Rules and Regulations

1. Entries in Arts and Crafts are open to hob exhibits prior to this 'time will be reason for
byists (amateurs past school age.) forfeiture of any premium monies awarded. Ex-
2. Only articles listed in this premium list will hibitors must personally attend to the removal of
be accepted for competition with awards given. their article.
3. All articles displayed must be the work of 10. In classes where there is no competition, rib-
the exhibitor. Articles bought or borrowed will bons will be awarded at the discretion of the
not qualify. judges.
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judging 11. The Fair Association will assume NO responsibility
that has previously been exhibited in the Brad- for the damage or loss of articles ex-
ford County Fair. hibited. Reasonable care will be exercised to
5. No two entries, in the same product, will be safe-guard the articles left for display but The
accepted from one individual. Fair Association will in no way be liable.
6. All entries must be clean and in good condi 12. Picture should be properly mounted and ableto
tion. handle.
7. All articles entered in this division must 13. Each article must be labeled with name and
have been completed within the past twelve mon- address of exhibitor.
ths. 14. Judging will take place Tuesday afternoon
8. Entries must be brought to the Fair Grounds between 1:30: and 5:00: P.M. NO ONE ALLOWEDIN
for registration during the scheduled hours. Entries BUILDING WHILE JUDGING IS GOING
will be accepted Monday, from 1:00: P.M. ON.
until 5:00: P.M. and Tuesday, from 9:00: A.M. until 15. Popular categories will be sub-divided at the
12-00: Noon. discretion of the judges.Lot .
9. Exhibit articles may not be removed before
11:00: P.M. on SaturdayApril 3rd Removal of

13 Metal and Leather
Lot I Oil, Painting lot MOO 2nd MOO 3rd$1. CO Craft tat$2 00 2nd$I 00 3rd 10 75
LoU Yarn tat$1 00 2nd W 75 3rd 10 50 Lot 14 Sculpture tat S3 00 2nd$2 00 3rd$1 00
Lots Bunka tat 1100 2nd 10 75 3rd W 50 Lot 15 Mosaics (seed,
Lot 4 Needlepoint tat S3 00 2nd 12 00 3rd S.\ O
tans,stone) tat$2 00 2nd$100 3rd 10 75
Lots Decoupage tot$3 00 2nd$2 00 3rd SI. CO Lot 10 Novelties 1st$2 00 2nd$100' 3rd 10 75
Lot 8 Siring Art loUt 00 2nd$0 75 3rd$0.SO Lot 17 C..ramlc.tolalnedl 1.1$3000 2nd$2 00 3rd 11 00
Lot7 Liquid Embroidery |tat( 200 2nd$100 3rd$0 75 Lot 18 Ceramics (glazed 1st$3 00 2nd U CD 3rd S.. 00
Lots Crewel Embroidery Isl t$200 2nd$I 00 3rd 10.15 Lot 19 Wood Carving 1st$3 00 2nd$2 00 3rd$1 00
Lot 9 Charcoal tat$100 2nd 10 75 3rd$0 SO
Lot 20 Macrame lit$2 00 2nd$100 3rd$0.75
Lotto Pen or Pencil,' tat 11 00 2nd 10 75 3rd 10 50
Lot 21 Beaded Jewelry lot$1 00 2nd SO 75 3rd 10 50
Lot II Pastel 1st$100 2nd 10 75 3rd$0 50 Lot 22 Stuffed Animals 1st$3 00 2nd$2 00 3rd$1 00
Lot 12 Wood Burning Sat$100 2nd 10 75 3rd$050 Lot 23 Miscellaneous tat$1 00 2nd$0 75 3rd 10 JOCOMPLIMENTS

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Chairman . . . . . . . Diane! tVpslcolt
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Rule and Regulations


There will be a youth and adult show in all AM, to 4:00: P.M. and Wednesday, March 31
classes. from 8:00: A.M. to 9:00: A M
8. Exhibit articles! may not bo removed before H

1. Entries in the Horticulture Division are opento p.m. Saturday. April 3rd Removal of exhibits
the residents of Florida. prior to 11 p m. will he reason for forfeiture1(

2. All articles! displayed: must be the work of the any premium monies<; awarded. Exhibitors must
exhIbitor. personally attend to the removal of their ar

3. All entries must have established plants that ticles. '
have been growing( for months, not last minute 9. Money will be paid from awards mared in
put togefhers. judges book and not from ribbons; I hat may bt' al.

4 Plants are judged against perfection, not tachcd to plants. A special "Best in Show" wil be
another plant. given to the best plant in show chosen! from the

5. More than one entry of different species of one 1st place winners in each category.{ "Best in
Class" ribbons will be awarded for each class
genera may be entered per lot number not to exceed -
2 per lot. and at the discretion of the judges.

6. Plants and flowers must be cleaned, trimmed, 10. The Fair Association will assume! no responsibility -
free from scale, insects and other disease and ex- for the damage or loss of articles exhibited I

hibited in proper containers. Clay pots need not Reasonable care will he exercised to
be painted. Absolutely no cans except those safeguard the articles left for display hut. the
especially made for plant containers will be ac- Fair Association will in no wise\ be liable.
cepted. 11. Judging will take place Wednesday! morning(

7, Entries must he brought to the Fair Groundsfor from 9:00: A.M. until 11 ::00 a m No one is allowedIn !

registration during scheduled hours. Entries the building while judging IK going on.

will be accepted Monday, March 29 from 9:00: 12. New Categories may he created at the discre-
tion of the judges.

PRIZES 1st Prize! : $1.002nd Prize: J0.73:

I Outstanding Exhibit-S.t.OO: & Ribbon 3rd Prize: to.:() Ith Prize: Ribbon I

Host in Class-I.OO & Ribbon '


CLASS i-Fi.o\YERiNi: Lola., Epicia. tail I5 FiKM\hmk Plant -" f1'r.I,
1.01 l 4 Orchid '
HOUSE PLANTS Lol 5 Miscellaneous CLASS VTEHH.ltllJISi: \ ,,
|IAN I Small foe or 'flt'
Lot 1 1 Araucaria Extols .
Class III-CACTUS & SUCCULKNTSLot : 1 '" 'imnller bright
I Norfolk Island Pine
(Ul. 2 DicfffnhnchiaI I Aloe Uil 2 Medium Uric ,thanI "
I Dumb CnnplUl 1 Lot 2 Bromeliad foot hi-iithl'
3 Dracacnia Lol 3 Christmas. Cactus lot 3 Large liKir model. .
Lot 4 Kalpnchne
Lot 4 Piles Lot I Euphorbia,. I crown CLASS MliNSll :' '
Ul 5 PppperomiaLot
of thorns l IA.LI Cascade. I
Philodendron
6 S (Arrowhead Lot 6 Miscellaneous Cactus. i r't. Lot 2s Miscellaneous, i
Int7 )noknnium!|
or Emerald loll. Miscellaneous CLASS VII..OWEHlUt'Iili: :' : I
velvet Succulents l IAI l I Triangle arr
Ul., 6 Pnlhiw I Devils Ivy. I.ot 8 Opuntia iPmklry, I IAN 2 nlerpii'te arr
pic I Pearl I lot 3 MisiflLineoub are .
Lot 9 Coleus [Nil 9 Crassula CLASS VI 1 II.KKRNSIxit : :'
lot 10 Barrel' and Ball1LAslSxNGINO
Ul 10 Miscellaneous, V. PieriaIolh'Peq'bshunt ', 'Jr: ,
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12 Sansverrrla. BASKETS ,'.Uil'S A Atlhlht; I" Fern ,:' ''>, I

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Lol 2 _Tradcscanina" I CLASS IX-lMISt; 'Kl: .LANKOl'S: i
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Ul. I Samlpaullas Lot 3 Miscellaneous. l Lot I Topiary
(African Violets I
IAI2 Kl.meruiH Arr
Lot 4 Pleclean Taus !
Loll Begonia (Swedish. Ivy \\jin Dish Gardens

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Starke,Florida 32091
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L ARTHUR GASKINS CHAIRMAN
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Some of Florida's major energy needs are being
met by two important facilities of Continental Re-
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Florida Hydrocarbons Company is annually pro-
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as propane, butanes, and natural gasoline.


Florida Gas Transmission Company Compressor -
Station 16 provides a vital link in the system
that delivers 85 percent of Florida's natural gas

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SERVICE IS OUR POLICY
THE OLDEST DEALER IN BRADFORD COUNTY .
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STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
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JAMES W. BROWN WILBUR D. ANDREWS'RAY NORMAN
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Fire' Bonds
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Dress and Gift Shop
g II d I'R Phone 964-5051 Home Delivery 964-7019 .
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FOOD STORE Station
Lake Butler
Oils| Walnut at U. S. 301 South Tires
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Beef Pork,,CMcken,,Ribs
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Drainage Parks and Recreation

Police Protection Christmas Lighting

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