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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Split Vote on DuPlex BRADFORD Co B- !

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The petition for a zoning change to The property is located at the who opposed the zoning change' \.' jf SINCE 1879 _
allow construction of a duplex apart southeast corner of Orange and grounds that It would set a preceden
ment on N. Orange Street will go to Frances Streets directly across from'' for other multi-family housing in they.
the City Council at its April 6 meeting the residence of A.K. Carlisle. The area. '.. r

without recommendation pro or con portion of Frances Street bordering ...rV-, /,
.due to a tie vote at the City Zoning the Ely property on the north side is Voting in opposition to the change : I'

Commission meeting Thursday, platted, but has never been open for were Cecelia Tcrwillcgar, Spyroa apI t
March 25. use as a street. Drivas, and board chairman Walter
The 3-3 tie came on a petition by Westcott. Favoring the change were t
Gerald K. Ely, Starke building conIn commenting on the tie vote by Mary Peterson, Joe W. Williams, and I
tractor, for reclassification of Lots 5 the Zoning Commission, Ely said' Julius Royal. f ;. .
and 6 of Block 2, Dowling's Subdivision there are four duplexes already The petition will be forwarded; .i'.
from RIG .(single family located within a block of his property. without recommendation to the CItY; The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven '

residential) to R-2A (multi-family The petition was opposed by a group Commission, which has the final Say, 103rd Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
residential), of some 13 neighborhood residents
on matters.
rezoning USPS 062-700
35th Issue Thursday, April 1,1982




I H 32nd Edition of Bradford Fair Opens 4-Day Run I



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:'. -.'( !, ;1. Falrgoers picked up gradually Strawberry Queen Cathy Norman cut
; t Wednesday as the 32nd edition of the the ribbon to open the gates, almostby
j () f Bradford County Fair opened at 11 herself. There was a flag raising
: a.m. with a ribbon cutting then a visit ceremony by the Bradford High
from Miss America. ROTC unit, and Wilson welcomed
visitors to the 32nd annual edition of
"Things are a little busier than nor the fair.
4 > \ 1, t I i mal," said fair manager Bill Wilson Judges had a rough time on the
jI\ about p.m. Wednesday. booths this year. Wilson noted that
i s The Johnny United midway, whichis there was "very little separation"
said to be owned by former football between the first, second and .third
player Johnny Unitas had not gotten places.
Its rides going and that was making a

few people pretty unhappy, Wilson Booth Winners...
said. He[ expected the rides to open by
Winners in booth
5 p.m. The midway was fairly muddyand judging were an-
lia the extra time it had to dry out nouncedWednesday afternoon. Theyare
T Tt Wednesday helped. :
Commercial: 1)) Sawyer-Slade Gas
Wilson was having sawdust hauledin
TG & Y Glo.
2) 3)) Spectro
to help out the midway situation,
Junior Education 1)) FFA Jr.
:
which should be all right if no more
2)) 4-H 3) Bradford Educa-
rain falls during the fair. Chapter, ,
Association.
tion
Fairgoers can their feet dry
keep on
Adult Education 1)) Correctional
: Lawtey -
a tour of the booths and livestock
Institution 2)) Bradford-
barns are dry and cleaner than ever. ,
Vo-Tech Center Air National
Union 3)
A nice crowd turned out to see Miss
t 1" America, Elizabeth Ward, from 2-. Guard.Winning.

p.m. Wednesday. More were expected Strawberries...
for her 7-9 p.m. stint Wednes-
\ .r 4a' day night. (See page lOB for an articleon Flats of beautiful Bradford
.t'1 Miss America.) strawberries displayed in the county

"Miss Ward sampled our strawber- agricultural booth were judged in the
\ fh ak rim" Wilson said. County Agent Bob- 1982 fair competition. First place

F by Taylor picked out a great big one went to Leon Starling who operates a
for her, too ripe to ship, but better to You-Pick'em patch on SR-225 just
west of Lawtey. Ronnie Belmarezwas

p1 eat.People seem to like the way the second and Betty Starling third.
aMt,MY 2' : S booths are displayed. "Gee, this is a Flats of the largest and best
whole lot bigger fair this year," strawberries than can be picked will
2% Wilson is repeatedly told. Nope, it's be auctioned to the highest bidder
iri) lly
the same size, maybe the way thingsare each night of the fair by County Agent
displayed is better. Bobby Taylor.
All booth space is rented out Some 50,000 persons are expected to
Y w q, although some advertisers hadn't arrived tour the fairgrounds during the 4dayrun
Wednesday. which ends Saturday night.
Wednesday was Rural-Urban Day The Bradford-Union swine show
sponsored by the Rotary Club which, which 48 entries after 17 hogs were
as usual, sold its 1,000 dinners at $2 a ruled not to come up to No. 1 stan-
plate. As usual opening day was dards, was set Wednesday night at 7
Senior Citizens Day, allowing them p.m. The swine sale. is set tonight
free admittance.The (Thursday, April 1) at 7 p.m. The pigs

..,. '" "".... chicken was cooked Sonny's were not judged too strictly, some
J '" I Bar-B-Q by Blaine Thompson, then simply didn't come up to standard
.
4 _" >. .>-" \ war.med.lrt"a, new,,trailer.'with.arotisserl said James Ballc.com.TheBradlordUnionsteer.
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.","\fl;, ., .' .'' Head cooker .George show and
,r. -, ",.. 1 Pierce was not even hot this year,and sale is on tap Friday, April 2, at 7:30: ,
.."..J' the chicken must have been good p.m. The steer sale is set for 7 p.m.
judging by the pile of bones in front of Saturday.The .
bYu Pierce."I beef sale is set at 1 p.m. Satur

didn't see a politician day.Restroom
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anywhere," Wilson said of the open- facilities at the fair are in
\ ing at 11 a.m. when newly crowned working order, Wilson says.

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coquettish cutie Cathy Nor- BHS beauty who wore a dazzling
man bedazzled the judges to win the regal red formal, took first runner-up
19th annual Strawberry Queen honors. Stacey is a member of the
Pageant last Saturday night March BitS tennis team.
27, before an almost filled Bradford Pretty petite redhead Paula Joinerwas
High auditorium. second runner-up and was voted
Brother Charles "about knockedme Miss Congeniality by the 15 con
down" scaling the BHS stage, testents. Dynamic Paula is head ma-
hugging his sister almost before MC jorette at BHS."You're .
Ben Rowe got the new queen's name all winners by just beingup
out of his mouth."1 just knew it wouldbe here on stage," said Virginia
Stacey," says Queen Cathy, a 5-8 Crawford as she presented the Miss
';; Come to the Fair... statuesque blond beauty who works Congeniality award to Miss Joiner.
fulltlme at Terwillegar Motors her Miss Crawford was selected Miss
You can see more things from Bradford County than at any other function 1981 Strawberry Queen Tammy Denton left above, and newly crowned 1982 sponsor, and takes a full load of Santa Congeniality for the past two con-
at the annual county fair, now beginning a 4-day run at the fairground on Strawberry Queen Cathy Norman frame some of the best flats of strawberries Fe Community College courses at secutive years.
US-301 north In Starke.There are steers, pigs clothes, cakes jellies, arts and to be seen In one place this year. A parachute ride Is spinning at bottom left night at the BHS campus. The five finalists also included Miss
craft, not to even' mention the midway which Is supposed to be larger and betand Randy Wheeler holds his prize chicken at bottom right. It's all at the fair, Queen Cathy was almost right as
ter,than ever before.' through Saturday night! Stacey Denmark, another statuesque (See Queen.... P.2A)





ff Board Votes 10 % Increase in Hospital Stay Costs .



:, BCT By TonyBurke Staff WriterA made up by increasing ancillary services private not-for-profit corporation -replacement facility with- an a member of the FHTH from July to
" to approximately$20 patient passed into law March 3 without the estimated
at the Bradford per construction cost of $11 October, 1979. The disagreementstems
stay County
day, said administrator C.E (Rip) Os- Governor's signature. This clears the million. from the Issue that the physicians
. Hospital is going to cost 10.3
,' more, it was decided by the Bradford percent teen but no exact figures exist as to way for the financing of a new Attorney Bill Andrews is preparing are not equally assessed for the-
County Board of Trustees at their how much revenue this will generate.The hospital here, and a letter of intent documents covering the legal aspectsof excessive losses paid in malpracticeclaims.
'. March 22 legislative authority changing has been filed with the North Central the corporate conversion. These .
t. "This will meeting.mean an increase of the corporate structure of the hospital Florida Health Planning Council in will be presented to the board for con- Dr. James Wynne, Gainesville, has
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: about S25-S30 per day," said Skip from a public not-for-profit to a Gainesville requesting an 80-bed sideration, with April as the target joined the hospital as member of its
Watkins controller for the hospital.. month for complete conversion.On consulting staff. Wynne Is an internist
L "This is necessary to reduce accounts Mar. 4-5, the hospital was visited and specializes .in pulmonary
. payable and purchase new equipment and intensively surveyed by the Joint (respirator) diseases.A .
\' Outside. Commission on the Accreditation of strawberry festival beginning at
. The per day increase on a stay in a .. Hospitals (JACH), a national 2 p.m. on Apr. 1 will be. held at the'
semi-private room will Increase from A slow, drizzling 24-hour rain with occasional wind gusts starting at'1 organization comprised of hospital- hospital for. employees to vie for
$123 to $129 a 4.87 percent jump, a.m. Sunday was Bradford County's only touch of a squally cold front that medical personnel. The JACH con honors for their food preparations
while the rate for the same stay in a brought temperatures in the low 40's to this area and flooding and high ducts checks on the quality of ser made from the county's No. fruit..
TUtSDAY. April 4 private room goes from $133 to$139,a winds to parts of South Florida. It was the parting shot of a freakish vicesmedical, administrative and National Hospital Week (May 9-1SJ c
.. tAWTIY D4XII 4.50 percent hike. winter that brought record-breaking. .cold In January and an unusually physical plant, offered by a hospital, was discussed, and a 'committee
. YOUTH ASSOCIATION The balance of the Increase will be mild February to this area. and Issues its' stamp of approval. formed to plan functions for that
MERINO.740 f M The long but light rain brought a 1.3Inch average to the county, but fill- "Let's say there's week. Tentative items include special
ed ponds and ditches; falling on ground(that was already saturated. Santa timi m' here regarding a favorable patient information items, radio
THURSDAY, Mtorctl 31 Fe fire tower on US-301 south of Starke, measured the most rain over the result from the JACH." said O'Steen, spots, a'week-long "prevention con-:
'. throuoh April 1 Inside... weekend with 1.4 inches. Starke recorded 1.1 inch. "We won't know the actual results vention," hospital tour, fun ,run,
, BRADFORD COUNTY PAI Growers said the slow-falling rain did little damage to the county's for 90 days. Analysis of their findings, school poster contest and picnic.
Got.. 0.11 ...... Two S.ctlo.s strawberry crop, now coming into full production. The brisk wind helped and I'm only guessing but most of the
. CIo.. of II p.m. SECTION AIN.we. dry the strawberries off and kept losses to a minimum. items mentioned were only minor and Livestock
A4m .... ..,.. ......,. .. Awards.
slon 60C 1.2 In contrast to mild conditions here, as many as five storm related just by changing a few of our methods
IdNorlol... .,!...:........P'g' 4 deaths were recorded Monday in South Florida where up to 18 inches of and written documents should bring To Be PresentedFour
MONDAY: April, I] SacIatJ...............,.... ..4.1..ll rain, strong winds,and high seas were experienced along the East Coast. us right on the money. Their recom- overall performance award
L Sp.rt..y.,,...j"....,;''''' 11,13,14 Strawberries are reported dwindling In the Plant City area relieving mendation is something to strive
wil Ibe presented to
CtlMI WATCH lpds.."('''I.''''.'.,..'.' 13 the threat of an over-supply in the Easter market, traditional period of for." ticipating in the 'Bradford-Union youngsters par-

,NflOHBORHOOOPUUIC strong demand and high prices for berries from Bradford. Growers are The board also voted to join with the Youth Livestock Show and Sale, being
MUTING now getting from $6.50 to $7.50 flat for their Florida Hospital Trust Fund In its suit
SECTION per fruit at the field.-while held at the Bradford County
:, T'301M Is customers are paying from $8 to $10 In the retail market.. against the Florida Patients Compensation
Fairground! Show ATM* N.w. ....*... ........;.,....,... S The weekendforecast for Friday-through Sunday is for variable Fund over the manner In which ,Fairgrounds this week. The awards
/ which include four$75 cash aI;
Y .- .., .. prizes
otIltv.rIee. .
j .1.I. 0 cloudiness with a few showers. No significant change In and the assessment of premiums for fiscal
'0...............r/.n.i.q..0.0. temperature four engraved plaques, are sponsored
humidity. Winds variable direction and speed.. year 1979 was done. The hospital was by Fortune Federal Savings and Loan




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Queen Cathy (From Page -A) ,v. TrubySlade

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Norma Canova and Miss Sandy The contestants were: ij '
Foraker. Barbara Wike. the daughter of Mr. j,r.
"Norman Farm's pretty and Mrs. Lloyd Wike of Lawtey,spon- Restore Prevatt Creek SiteFollowing
strawberry field and I'm pretty proud sored by Photos by Bobbie. l
of it,' answered Miss Norman Sadie McDuffie, daughter of Simon ., ,$
when MC Rowe put the final questionto and Mamie Mitchell of Strke, spon- a closed conference with In large areas on both sides of the
the five finalists, ;asking them sored by Mac's Music Shop. Truby Slade, Of U.S. 301( South at the creek.In .
which feature of Bradford County Lisa Lawson, daughter of David Jacksonville office of the State Slade's opinion the creek flows
they would show a visitor. and Patricia Lawson of Starke, spon- Department of Environmental only a short distance west of 301 and
Queen Cathy very attractive at 5o.a sored by Register Oil Co. Regulation, on March 27, Cathy terminates in a pond in that area.
and measuring 34-23-34 moved here Norma Canova, a finalist daughterof Farmer, environmental specialistwith Dave Scott, of the Gainesville DER
from Jacksonville at the end of last Carolyn and Paul Canova spon- the DER enforcement section, office said, however, that the flow
year's school term, transferring to sored by Suzuki of Starke. said negotiations are underway for continues into Rowell Lake, at least In
BUS from Ed White High In Jackson- Allyson (Doll) Waters, daughter of I settlement of the alleged violations times of high water. While a large
ville. She was a finalist In the Miss Ed Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waters of occuring at Slade's property on volume of water is now flowing in the
White High competition last year, a Hampton sponsored by Outdoor Prevatt Creek south of Starke. creek as a result of recent rains
class officer and a member of the Student Marine. t
The DER spokesman said that no Slade says that "most of the year
Council. Daniela Rlgby, daughter of Charles ?ice.wt' information would be released while there is only about two inches of
Cathy calls herself a "C" student and Brigitte Rigby of Starke, spon- r the matter was being negotiated.Also water" in the creek bed.
but a classmate In advanced English sored by Stump's Department Store. 4', being negotiated at this time Slade called the attention of the
describes her as "smart, outgoing, Tina Marie Best, daughter of Mr. are 14 violations by property ownerson DER representatives to work done
and pleasant to be around.She is the and Mrs. Veil Best of Starke, spon-- Sampson Lake who allegedly dug last year by the State Department of
daughter of the late Harold K. Nor- sored by Captain D's Seafood'Restaurant. canals into their property from the Transportation along Prevatt Creekon

man of Bradford County and Mrs.and lake, without permits, using the fill the west side of 301, just across
Mrs. Lester C. Paige of Jacksonville. Mitchell Clemons, daughter of Bud dirt to raise the elevation of their lake from his property.Slade said the DOT
Her mother the former Loca Rafuse, .and Marty Clemons,sponsored by Dr. 'ront property. !I clear-cut a 40-foot( swath along the
a native of Lawtey was present to see Leonard Schloffman.
creek and asked the state
why was
Cathy crowned Strawberry Queen. Janae Secrest, daughter of Raymond Truby Slade of Slade Tractor Co. on
i if allowed to do this work if he (Slade)
Queen Cathy wore bright red R. Secrest and Maria Dudzik t U.S. 301 South was told Tuesday he could not carry out his plans.
knickers with an old-fashioned blouse sponsored by Tender Years Play R-t a f th. must comply with a plan for restora- Negotiations are also under way
with puffy sleeves and ruffles and a School. Ttt ti tion of dredge and fill work he did between DER and 14 lake front property
white hat adorned with strawberries.She Stacey Denmark, first runner-up without permits, in an effort to alter owners on Sampson Lake, who
modeled in a bright acqua mark daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Den- Y the course of Prevatt Creek through are accused of digging'' canals from
bathing suit and in a white chiffon of Starke, sponsored by Den- his property. the lake into their properties without
strapless gown with gold and white mark Furniture. *1 F The decision was made following an applying for permits. Farmer said
sequins on top. Paula Joiner second runner-up, a on-site inspection of the property these cases would not be discussed
First runner-up Stacey Denmark daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Tuesday morning by three represen- while they were being negotiated.
modeled an off.the-shouJderone-piece Brooks, sponsored by Wendy's Old- tatives of the Gainesville and
Fashioned Hamburgers. Jacksonville offices of the Florida
short suit
jump
appliqued with
strawberries, a white bathing suit Sandy Foraker, a finalist, daughterof Department of Environmental FFA Alumni Assoc.
and a regal red evening gown. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Brooks,spon- regulation. Cathy Farmer en- To be Formed Here
sored by Tlmberjack, Inc. vironmental specialist in the enforcement
The BUS Chamber Singers enter- section of DER, told Slade he Anyone' interested in forming an
tained the crowd and received loud Paige Roberts, daughter of Mr. and would receive a letter by mid-April FFA alumni association Is invited to

applause during the time it took Hurst's Mrs. D.C.Shell Roberts Station. sponsored. by w' .} ..i.+.rLA stipulating the restoration work to be attend a meeting April 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Judges to complete balloting. Wendell required by DER. in the Agriculture Department at
Tomlinson introduced the selectionsthat Khandice Stroud, daughter of Slade said he would review the requirements Bradford High.
the group performed. Joey Her- William and Brenda Stroud of Newly CrOWned..Cathy Norman,just after she was pronounced the with his attorney before Former FFA members, farmers,
res provided background piano music Lawtey sponsored by Shuford's 1982 Strawberry Queen last Saturday night In the BUS auditorium. Queen deciding on a course of action. He businessmen, parents of members,
and sang during intermissions. Amoco of Lawtey. Cathy will reign over the Bradford County Fair this week. maintains that he was trying to im- and anyone interested in promotingthe

prove drainage through his propertyand agriculture program and FFA
does not agree that he has harm- chapters at Bradford High are invitedto
Lawtey Seventh-Grader Lisa Blalock Wins ed the environment. attend.A .
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Melvin Rector of DER's booth with information will be set
Gainesville branch office, said the up at the Bradford County Fair, orphone
agency's chief concern is with the effects 964-6092 (BHS) or 782.3273
I on water quality,and the erosion (Mike. Williams) for more information. -

Bradford County Spelling- ChampionshipElementary caused by destruction of plant growth .


Seventh grader Lisa Blalock of Salina Norman and Kim Pronouncer for the spelling bee was BARC Raffle
Lawtey Elementary correctly spelled Dukes from Starke Elementary, and Mrs. Sally Hansen, an English
"adamant, then "oceanic' to win K 'C r Julie Ferguson and Milinda Powell teacher at Bradford High. Judges Set at Fair

the county-wide spelling bee Thurs- from Southside Elementary.One were Title 1 Coordinator Myrna Lou The Bradford Association
day, March 25, in a crowded county student went out in the first Rahn, District Psychologist Flossie Retarded Citizens will be of

school board office. round, leaving the last "T" out of Jennings, and School Board Member fund-raiser in the form of a holding$1 donation a- nil BRADFORD
Hampton Elementary seventh "stitch." Another went out in the second J.R. (Jim) Lawson. for chance
a at a raffle at thisweekend's ,
COUNTY TELEGRAPH
grader Tammy Peeples is the runner- round "defend "
misspelling ,
up. Tammy hung in there for 18 County Fair. ,,,bll.h..ovary ThwridoyMMW.
putting a "T" in place of the "D" in SFCC RegistrationBegins Tickets for
the raffle will be .
rounds before"adamant" tripped her the final letter. Starting Call SIr..t
up. She began the word with a.t.." "pasteboard" with "p-a-c-e..." got Monday available at the BARC booth at the Stork, Florida 330I
fairgrounds, at Sunshine Acres
Tammy was runner-up in the HE bee another in the third round. Putting a"U" Registration for the spring term of Butcher
the week before too. Block Leta's Hair Stylist, Look- Second Claus pottage paid at
in"regard" got a fourth contestant Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) ing Glass and
Starke Pint Center.1st .
.
The winners and Stark. FloridaSubscrlpeionR.t..t'
got a plaque a cer-
in the fourth round.
tificate will begin mday' April 5, at the prize is $100 worth of meat from
from
Supt. Tom Casey who Spelling "daze" "d-a-i-z-e" and SFCC Starke Center Office in Brad-
told the students they all were chamt. "methodical"got. two in the ,fifth ford High Schools. .. the Butcher Block donated by BARC. :. ,
2nd
pions of their school, which' meant, q: round, and putting two ,'.'J.<' .V.. .in : prize is $50 in grocery gift cer: In trade.r*.. $f.OO p.y.ari -.
tificates donated
they had accomplished more than innkeeper" got another n. the Wh Thecfflcewipbeopen, during the by Winn Dixie3rd' i$5.00 Iii months ,.i ,G i 01 I
most in their school work! _:- -A 'round.'i' ;:-UJtaW-fcW; : regular hour from 8 a.m. to3:30p.nw < prize Is''a whole Sunnyland smoked .;- 'S.1tal'd noOutt :,
David Shine, a sixth grader at "Leotard"; caught another when he Monday through Friday. A special ham (value $25) donated by Butcher Id*trad area $10.00 pr your
Block
Lawtey Elementary, hung in for 14 accidentally made it plural and put evening session is set Wednesday and 4th prize is an afghan $$.SO fix month
rounds but went out on the word ting an"e" in "gory" got two more in April 7, from 6-7 p.m. Masey.valued at $25 donated by Limmie

"inertia/ For five rounds 10 through the eighth round. Spelling "mace" as"mass" Students registering for Gainesville
14, it was a three way battle between cut the number down to threein classes through the Starke must
Shine Blalock and Peeples.In the 10th round.
register by April 12..After that date
round 15 Tammy spelled"dagger" Lisa BlalockTop Third placer David Shine hung in all Gainesville campus registrationmust Vacuum Cleaners'

and Lisa spelled County Speller for 13 rounds before going down on be done at the main campus.No .
"vertical. "
In round 18 Tammy spelled"national" ween the school champions and "inertia.The champion, Lisa, correctly appointment is necessary dur- SprinjL Clean-up Sale

and Lisa "Jackpot. runners-up. spelled: sweet, cactus, lean, kiwi, cement ing regular office hours. The spring
In round 17 Tammy spelled' Other students competing in the beaker, cannonball, deal, term runs May 6 to June 17. Rebuilt Used

"referee" and Lisa "fiendish.' county-wide bee were Paul McDavid fairground, halter, decal, mediate, Kirby's Royal's Hoover's
Then in round 18 Tammy missed and Tell White from Brooker Elementary pigeonhole atomic Spring credit courses offered in :
Junction, ver-
"adamant, and Lisa correctly spelled ,Cindy Harris and Mike Chappell tical,jackpot,and fiendish on her way Starke will include Introductory !II iiIII Electrolux] ] Filter Queen }L-
the word Tammy missed plus one from Bradford Middle School to the Sociology, Music Appreciation,
more to win the county-wide bee bet- Cassandra Fisher from Hampton Lisa championship.is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. American National Government, and Parts to fit all makes .. Repair on all makes


Special Exception Sought my Edward Fred is Peeples the Wilkinson daughter of Hampton.of of Lawtey.Mr. and Tam-Mrs. 964-5382.Principles For further of Economics Information 1. phone wine Al' Young Vacuums



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For 301 RestaurantLoungeLorene aPHBassett S .


D. Nunery, of Miami, a was approved by the board for
sister of Buford McKinney of Starke favorable recommendation to the
received a favorable recommendation County Commission. McKenzie said
from the Bradford County Zoning the property would be used to refur-
Board Tuesday night for a special exception bish and sell used mobile homes.
on approximately one acre of Both recommendations will go to
the Steve Carden property on U.S.301 the County Commission for final action -
South for the construction and opera- at its April 5 meeting.
tion of a restaurant and lounge. The Edwin H. Hodges was given per-
property has 120-foot( frontage on the mission to advertise for a public hear-, '

highway.Mrs. ing to rezone one-half acre, two miles '
Nunery was representedbefore south of Starke on the west side of .aUIPOa1r
the board by her attorney, Highway 100 from Open Rural to Thenameyoucanlruat.
Richard Welty, who said the appli- Commercial Reagan said he plannedto
cant had had 30 years experience In operate a gift shop on the property ..wa.\O.....
the restaurant business. if the rezoning is granted.
The favorable recommendation will Applications for special exceptionsto
be submitted to the Board of Adjust- use 50 x 50 foot plots for essential

ment, which grants special excep- services (telephone switching stations 4& sxr' ....AIP.GIVJNG '
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tions, for consideration a meetingto ) were given favorable recom- A,
be held In April. mendations and will come before the
Two petitions for reclassification of Board of Adjustments at its April 'Yr iI
property were given favorable meeting. 4:
recommendations at the Tuesday One application was from Michael a'
meeting. Gilhooley on the south side of YOU UP TO 500
Drew F. Reddish was given the Highway 16 northwest of Starke, and
board's approval for rezoning one- the other was from Albert Tyson, two IF YOU BUY
half acre,3'/4 miles north of Starke on miles west of Highway 16 on N.W.25th
the west side of U.S. 301 from Ex- Avenue, Pleasant Grove. : DREAM MAKER"REBATE SCHEDULE" THEIR FAMOUS :--a,a Sf
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would be used for a chain link building permit total of $893,600 for .NOWJ' 3
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Lee McKenzie'c petition for rezon- family dwellings $470,800; 18 mobile = ,, ruulzr 140.00 '180.00 200.00 !2 00.00 Lrmsttoururatss

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i ia'a Hampton Council, Citizens Told B


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i t IISYY Lexie Williams, a field represen- 6) applicant must have a complete council that if you have an unqualified y
l I tative for Florida's Department of physical.And. person out there and he does e
Law Enforcement (FDLE) based in something wrong there might not be a 1
Gainesville, came to Hampton and of ... and this is a big one, the officer town of Hampton the next morning.As oi i I
r ; &r. % ., fered a lot of answers Tuesday night, must pass 320 hours of police you know, the words everybody It
; March 30,but also opened up plenty of academy training, and in most keeps saying these days are 'I'm suing I
>, new questions in the town's search for academies the minimum load is more /
capable police protection.In like 500-600 hours of course work.
: Three points were brought up as options '
hastily-called special meeting Training for a corrections officers in for the Town Council: !
11 he requested, Williams told council the prison system is not the same -
members and citizens of the town, thing, Williams emphasized. 1) an elected town marshal doesn't
,"'I>, which has been without a marshal for "Training for a corrections officer have to meet the state requirementsfor
five months now, that "you can't Just and police training are two entirely a law enforcer and since nothing
"""T .. a 31T rt k, ....,._ e _...-- hire anybody for law enforcement different things," he said. in Hampton's charter says the council
nowadays. Law enforcement in The fingerprint check by the FBI
has to employ a police officer the
Southside Smarties..;.. Florida has come a long way." alone takes 8-10 weeks,Williams said, council could just forget the matter
The following students at Southslde Elementary made Neighbors, Bette McKinney, Holly Shields, Melanie That means more reliable,risk-free but there is an out to allow an appli- and wait on the September election to
straight-A' for the third six-week grading period: Trimble, Sarah Looney, Yvonne Bobo. protection Williams told a room full of cant for a police job in small com- let the citizens decide on a new mar-
Back row, standing- Melinda Powell Hanna Dodd, Third row. seated- Emory Prevatt, David Fischer, listeners, but the council soon found it munities such as Hampton to fill an shal.That option wasn't wellreceivedby
Holly Hatcher, Julie Williams. Michael McKinney, Steve Bradley Aimee Ferguson. Kevin Krack, Julie means more complications in their efforts opening. An affadavit can be signedby either the council or the citizens on
Jeremy Crawford, Brian Hall.;Quantarla Williams, Lori Ferguson. KneelingBrian Canova, Link Bishop, Ger- to get a marshal. the applicant, swearing he meets hand.
Mann, Leigh Ann Odom Jane Stanuls-IIoy. ward Williams and Alisha Gruen. Just the week before Hampton had the standards for police work. But 2) Hampton could continue looking,
Second rowByron Lee, Jason Canova, Brad voted to hire Fred Johns, an FSP cor- this allows the signee to work only for now armed with facts on what they
rections officer, as a part-tlme'mar- 180 days, after which he must step have to look for in police officers.
shal to work while down if he hasn't passed the
recentlyselectedmarshal yet 3)) the town could check into the
Wayne Smith took police thorough checklist of requirementsfor price of contracting with the Bradford
I standards training at night in duty in Florida. Sheriff's for
County
Dept. protection.
Two FSP Inmates Get Stays of ExecutionFlorida Gainesville. But after Williams rattl- Williams said police officers who
ed off the list of qualifications neededfor were on duty when the present stan- Williams said the policy of voting
an appointee to either a part-time dards were legislated in 1967 were for law enforcement officers without
State Prison inmates Sampson woman. Armstrong was con are two men convicted of murder in \'. or full-time law enforcement positionthe "grandfathered without having to the need for standards "is anti
A. and James C. Mc- I council had to back off its take the etc. But, if an officer
Armstrong victed of the 1975 shooting deaths of Alachua County"whose death warrants plans. courses quated" and most of the citizens who
Crae received stays of executions an elderly Hardee couple, Thomas Governor Bob Graham signed Chairman John Evans said flatly grandfathered in then left law en- spoke out voiced the opinion that the
during the week of March 22. Both of Kersey,87,and his wife Eunice,75, at In March 22. a., that Johns doesn't have the qualifications forcement he wouldn't have all his town should appoint all its marshals
the death row Inmates were scheduled their home near Bowling Green. Carl Elson Shriner, 28, was con- to be assistant marshal and ask- grandfathered prtveleges upon tryingto from now on instead of voting on
to die In the electric chair March Federal District Judge Wm. victed for the Oct. 22, 1976,shooting of ', ed that Johns name be scratched. But reenter the field. who as one man put it "might people
31.Florida Castagna of Tampa ordered a stay for Judith Ann Carter, a Gainesville convenience J{ other council members, Ted Curtis For any officer out of police law enforcement have a criminal record from here to
Supreme Court in a split Armstrong last Thursday.A store clerk. and Mrs.Jane Haddock in particular, for more than a year (and Miami and back." But councilmanTed
decision granted a stay March 25 for death sentence on William T Stephen Todd Booker, also 28, was said Johns should be given a chanceto police law enforcement doesn't In- Curtis pointed out that through an
McCrae by granting him a new trialin Zeigler was left intact March 22, 1982. found guilty in the Nov. 9, 1977, slay- defend his qualifications or admit clude work for the prison system, election "all the citizens of the town
the 1973 murder of a Fort Myers Scheduled to be executed April 21 ing of Lone Demoss Harman, 94, that he doesn't have them. Council Williams noted) the fingerprintswould have a say-so."
voted to invite Johns to the regularly have to go back through the So, Hampton's council and town-
scheduled meeting of Tuesday night, check, the affadavit would have to be folk learned a lot about law enforce-
I HilitesBy April 13, to resolve the matter. signed again, and another physical ment Tuesday night. Problem is, it
Hampton
would have to be taken. An officer out
The list of qualifications Williams three years would have to meet those seems the more they know about hiring
police officers the harder it is to
said officer in
a police
Fish Fry Enjoyed present-day three requirements plus go through 40
Spelling Bee.Principal hire one.
Dolores Meng any-size town needs before he can be
Connie Clark Members of the Hampton Christian hours of 'refresher' training.
Phone: 468-1915 Tammy Peeples, a seventh accompanied Church enjoyed a delicious fish fry on certified include: Johns had said last week that he
grader, sixth graders Cassandra Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. was grandfathered in to police cer
Woman's ClubThe' Fisher, and Andy Redding, to Starke Raleigh Brannen at Bedford Lake. 1) must be 19 years of age, with proof tification. PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
Hampton Woman's Club will last Thursday for participation in the The fish were freshly caught by Lynn in the form of a birth certificate. After listing the requirements
hold their meeting Thursday April 1, Bee.Tammy Hall. Rev. and Mrs. Bob Hodges, 2) must be a U.S. citizen. Hampton's new marshal and assis-
in the City Hall at 8 p.m. All ladies are Spelling placed second, while pastor, and Rev. and Mrs. Wagner 3) if a veteran of any military ser- tant marshal must meet Williams 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apts.
welcome. Cassandra came in fourth from Gainesville were guests. Some vice the applicant must show a copyof fielded many questions from citizens '
Senior Citizens place. 23 persons enjoyed the food and DD214 to show honorary discharge. who continue to wonder just when From 130" to '275"
went alternate.
Andy along as an
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club fellowship. 4) must have a high school diplomaor they'll have a police officer to call on.
will meet Friday afternoon in the City Tammy received an engraved pla- "The state doesn't want to deny 1it
GED
Visitors equivalent. you
:
for her successful participation.Fourth :: 1530 W. Madison
Hall at 2 is invited to que
Everyone
p.m. Grade !Menus Mrs. Daisy Johnston of Houston, 5) the applicant's fingerprints must the opportunity to have an officer on
attend. Mrs. Mindy McLean's fourth grade Texas,', left Tuesday after spendingten be cleared through the FDLE and your streets at night," Williams said. IIIUAL ,r ,o Phone 964-6312
and CongratulationsGerald Clarice Adkins are class are enjoying eating the fruits of days with her aunt, Mrs. Belle then the FBI. "But I want to caution you and your 0,1,"yq

celebrating their 56th wedding anniversary their work in preparing menus being Brown., and ---_. ______ ___u__
Cobb son,
Mrs. Margaret
served this week in Bradford County
on April 2. We wish them the
David, of Moorehaven spent
schools. those ?
Among preparing
more happy together!
many years
weekend visiting Mrs. Belle Brown
menus for March 29 through April 2
BirthdaysKad and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen.Mr. .
are: Terry Jenkins, Glenn Friese,
Watterson celebrated his 95th
Harvey Little, Mary Hill, Cindy and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr.
birthday on March 25. He is actively
and Mrs. Francis Meng were Friday
Davis, Terrie Ann Brown, Carrie
engaged in planting a garden now.
guests of Alan and Joyce Kentat
Rhonell supper
,
Congratulations I Manning Christy Manning,
Tina Buckallew turned 7 on March Estes, Allison Archey and Jill Orange Park.Spring Break .

26. Corey Van Syckel was 6 on March Powers. Students and faculty will have their
Charlotte Smith had her 4th birthWlY Hospitalized
26. -
March28On.March 29 Jessica Mrs. Blonnie Derkman, Cafeteria Spring Break from April 5 through 9,
,
the week preceeding Easter..
P" underwent Tuesv
Manager
:fisher celebrated her 8th-birthday. surgery
day .at..,North. ,FloridaRegionaLHospAtalttnGainesvlllei Spelling Bee
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Sallye Scoggina.celebratedher birthDay -u I 1< "
consecutive
Pot Hhe1 third" yeaf"
on March 29. Gene Birt was 7'a' i; W. all,wish 'j Hare do'Elementar,.stUdents endedi'; a wlfn., t ,,
her a speedy I
years old on March 31, recovery
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Rivers and WetlandsCan

:...... years ago in 1887 to TO TilE PEOPLEOF manner. They stated that they
in ask.
the Bradford misunderstood our requisition
be exact County BRADFORD COUNTY
School Board asked the County Com- ing for the six hundred dollars to"pay
Never Be 'Restored9 mission for $7,335 dollars to operateall Nov. 10, 1887 outstanding indebtedness" after all
the schools in the county for a four- In the season we made a requisitionon funds due are received. In this way
month term. At that time Bradford the Board of County Commis- they accounted for$600 of the amount
County included the area that is now sioners calling for $7,335.00 and wanting which was their mistake and
Less than 15 years ago the Kissimmee To save this entire eco-system, however, Union County and every crossroads stated that the requisition was based not ours for we stated our meaning in
River meandered 100 miles through sparsely the people of the area must realize the dire settlement had its own school in those upon an appropriation for a four mon- plain English. ,
settled country in Central Florida on its way consequences of such' exploitation of our pre-consolidation day. ths term of school. A little later we They also accounted for$342 which off
said caused by a falling
from Lake Kissimmee to Lake Okeechobee natural It than 30 were informed that our requisitionwas they was
resources. was more years Today with an annual budget of of the taxable property of the countyto
granted with the exception of
the main source of South Florida's drinking ago that the Kissimmee River was misused around $10 million to run the schoolsof one dollar. Accordingly we began the amount of 76000.
water. and raped, and it was done "in the name of Bradford County alone that 97,335 contracting with the teachers for a We then stated the case to the State
progress" with little or no opposition from would just about pay the salaries of a four months term. Superintendent, who replied that
Then, in the name of flood control the U.S. the citizens of that who couple of teachers for a four-month there was not redress unless they
Army Corps of Engineers dug a $40 million area were unaware, period. Times as you may have Now, at the late date of our last would as reliable citizens make
ditch down the middle of the river and at the time, of the dangers of tampering with guessed, haved changed. meeting when the tax books were some provision for us.On reading this
it into 50-mile channel. nature. The work was done with the best of made out and accepted by the County reply for the Commissioners they
straightened a intentions, no doubt, in the name of flood con- The 1887 Commissioners wouldn't Commissioners we could learn by stated that they would make no provi
trol but the unsuspected result has been a go along with the request and appropriated reference to the tax books that the sion.
Five years after the drainage project was disaster. The river that only 5888.55 for school amount assessed for school purposes This being the case we are com
completed, the environmental damage to once nourished purposes causing the School Board to both State and county, is $5,888.55 pelled to follow the advice of the State
both the river and the lake was so severe thaFlorida's 43,000 acres of healthy wetlands, dwindled to announce a cut-back to a three- showing a want of 1446.45 to bring Superintendent and reduce the term
only 8,000 weed-choked acres. Wildlife wasdriven months term for 1887. the County Commissioners up to their of school to three months and ask
legislature voted to mandate promise. those teachers with whom we have
out of its native
restoration of the river to its old channel. wetlands habitat, and withoutthe The full story is told as follows in an On learning this we appeared already contracted to please return
filtering to
protect it, Lake issue of The Telegraph for November before the Board of County Commis- them and get a new contract.
But rivers, like swamps, lakes, marshesand Okeechobee, which supplies water to 1887: sioners and asked a redress and the J.W. Smiley, ChairmanR.T.
other wetlands are easier to straighten, millions in South Florida, became filled with cause of their treating us in such a Dowling, Supt.
drain or otherwise alter than they are to pollutants. A special report in the Christian

restore. And with South Florida suffering Science Monitor says these pollutants have

from the critical drought of last year, the caused algae and weeds to proliferate in

state government is again pushing the corpsto Lake Okeechobee, and when the plant mat-

find a solution to this pressing problem. ter dies, it accumulates and begins to fill the

lake, speeding the process of eutrophication.

This and other water shortage problems of The destruction of wetlands in the Santa Fe

South Florida and the Tampa St. Swamp by the proposed peat mining could
Petersburg area were the subject of a have the same detrimental effects on Santa M

special program on Public Television last Fe Lake, Santa Fe River, and eventually the

Sunday. But these areas are not the only ones Suwannee River.

that will ultimately be affected. Already the Closer to home is the "disaster" on the St.

water-shortage regions are beginning to tap Johns River. A recent editorial in the Florida 'r, a t .w' tl.
the resources "of other areas to supply Times-Union points out that it will also be

demands placed upon them by over popula- necessary to restore drained wetlands along
tion. Up to now the water resources of NorthCentral the St. Johns and its tributaries if that

Florida have been adequate, but mighty river is to remain healthy and productive
even here the ground water table is constantly in the 21st Century.
dropping and the water level in lakes and

streams is far below normal due to a decadeor "Hundreds of miles of ditches, canals,

more of deficient rainfall. With population levees, and concrete structures constitute

already growing rapidly in this part of the man's idea of what nature should have done

state, we cannot afford to.yield any part of when it formed St. Johns," says the T-U.

our water supply to other areas, no matter "Not only was the river damaged

how badly it is needed there. hydrologically, but vast feeding areas were
lost for use by migratory waterfowl, and for

Unless we avoid the mistakes that were native flora and fauna. Studies now show

made along the Kissimmee River, and the that rainfall in the area was substantially

earlier drainage of the Everglades, we will, diminished due to drying up the marshes."

in future years, find ourselves facing the Perhaps one day man will realize that he I PrfJessiona..lAlfJateurs I I
same problems that those areaslace-now. should not trade the short term benefits of a
That is the reason that the new,program to few jobs,or more dollars fromcommercial
save the Suwannee>River and its-tributaries: development of It Isn't only the professionals who can'grow. 1osej plot of vacant ground he'Wnk'dn' ( St.'Clair Street "
wetlands '
COJ'the"long: term "sweetest (and biggest) strawberries this side of "
Pictured here with his wife Margaret Pee Wee
is of the utmost importance. Already the St. benefits of pure water and adequate wildlife Heaven"- but you've still got to know what you're shows off a couple of the 40 or more flats they've
Johns is suffering from overdevelopment habitat. doing. already picked from their 2.000 Sequoia plants. It's
and the destruction of its wetlands, just as not a cheap hobby with plants now selling at $40 a
the Kissimmee was,'destroyed in the past. The lessons learned along the Kissimmeeand of Edwin (Pee Wee) Williams, who learned the art thousand and all other supplies up in proportion; but
the St. Johns should berry growing under the tutelage of his father Williams says he did most of the and
But it is not too late to save the Suwanneeand prevent' us 'from the late Nat Williams decided his planting
its tributaries, including the Santa Fe making the same mistakes along the Suwannee Interesting but laborious hobby to try this season hand at on this a $300 cultivation he figures himself he has and Invested.has aleady recovered the
and the
River, if we, act now. Santa Fe.

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I ": Happy Days Are Here Again ? /< ; < 1 h,", County Agents By ,, LettersTHANKS



notebook Bobby FROM BAND

Gas prices have begun to decline, approaching during the initial "gas crisis" in the early TaylorLast the Thank you for your fine coverage of J n:
the dollar-a-gallon mark 1970's. BHS bands In the March 25 edItion "
very Nothing we can single out pertaining of The
4 Telegraph. I feel thAt'ow'counJOH
much to the
delight of to
consumers simple
supply-demand
economics heralded ty shoWdbe<< .
? proud pf all
week oy .bands
everywhere. this sudden jump in the price of gasoline.No the moon as I discussed they related the phases to of to avoid bug days (unsure what these espeola y BIIS.. "9 :.JOI': / "?:b'' .
many were), the vines would be low and the
Accordingly, it would be easy to slip into what happened is that a cartel was peoples' belief about when to plant potatoes large and plentiful;, But planting Our children, have! 'Worked' 'very"1'
the type of thinking characterized by the formed, and petroleum prices were arbitrarily many of our vegetable crops. I mentioned them on the light of the moon hard to''make superior In District"'4'A'
song "Happy Days are Here Again." established that many folks also correlate would produce tall,.weak tines with concert: competition'. ..for the last four-81... ..
by the men who held the moons phases and the "signs" of small teen years. '" "ill"ul1, "r. .-, ,(.
Bad memories things like waiting 30 most of the trump cards (or in this case, oil the Zodiac. potato plants potatoes.would The destroyed tender young .. 0:. .1., '" .. I u ,
We
minutes or longer in a line for gas, the in- wells). And we, the American people who for Few of the oldtimers] knew and only bugs if planted on "bug days br are director very lucky as fine to as have Jim a PerontOiT middlemvschool ;

voluntary shudder that occurs when the so long had become accustomed to the a fractional part of today's population regardless of he best signs otherwise. to teach0 bdnd<'students'to become:, ij
presence of cheap, available fuel got knocked have taken the time and trouble to members of the '
gauge dropped to three-quarters of a tank The superior. BHS band.
for learn the origin of the Signs of the proper time say the almanacand
and "even-odd" rationing methods are easi- a collective loop when the price doubled. Zodiac or how the chart was created.In moon enthusiasts, for turning sod Some three or more years ago m we)':'
ly forgotten in times of plenty. And doubled again A powerless feeling.wasn't ancient times astronomers wat- and destroying weeds is during the were fortunate,enough to have Mr
it? ching the heavens at night without last quarter moon and in the barren Mike Woodfin as our band director for
But, whether or not you believe there is; or Our telescopes observed that a number of signs of Gemini Leo Aquarius, or BHS band. Since then we've gone on
whole
even ever was, a gasoline shortage, the next way of life, up to that time, briliant constellations of stars were Virgo. Planting was thought to give to unexpected greatness.I .
"shortage" is only far away as the next revolved around the automobile, as evidenced almost evenly placed among the annual best results if performed in the fruit would
OPEC conference. by our huge suburbs, commuter traffic, path of the sun, moon and the ful signs of Scorpio, Pisces; Taurus, would. hope'that The Telegraph
and 'gas-hog cars. The first crunch should principle] planets. The imaginary belt or Cancer and never under the barren band with support this award-winning
special features
have told was about 16 degrees wide and ex signs. concerning'the
us band
students
What we are currently experiencing is a something. tended for eight degrees on either side and directors.

glut on the free world market, meaning that Slowly, we turned to other means: fewer of the sun. The belt is divided Into 12 Facts and evidence one way or the After all, Sir, what would a football
petroleum supply happens to be greater than Sunday drives, car-pooling and mass transit parts called Signs. Each Sign has 30 other are hard to come by The ob- gam*i or a parade be without the
band
degrees. outstanding
public demand for fuel vious affects of the moon on such students there sup-
it. No matter how efficiency in our cars and our homes porting it.Thank .
precious oil be to alternate Each sign received its name from things as tides fish activity, and
may you or me it just energy exploration and And
use. human
behavior tend to lend for and
doesn't the constellation In that portion of the you your time canI -
make
mega-dollars for your basic oil that change has begun to show
itself.It heavens. Eventually the Signs credence to these long held beliefs >cern. .
company or Middle Eastern sheik if it sits would be became associated with parts of the about effects on plants. What Is, Bud & Mamie Tucker
around in tanks for long periods of time. easy to declare that "Happy body and it was common usage to generally not known or taken into account Brooker Fla.
I Days are Here Again" now that gas prices refer to a Sign as"in the head"or"in by almanac advocates is the
It would appear that Americans, by far the are beginning to fall, when everything else the feet," etc. The 12 Signs their constellation fact that as centuries passed the '
world's largest consumers of energy, have seemingly continues to climb. But the fact of and their associated body Signs moved slowly (Backward
I become conservation-minded enough to affect the matter is, nothing has changed. The parts are: Aries (ram head); resulting in a realignment of the sings
by as much 30 i$11Thomas
i, this glut on the world market. This is cartel still exists; the market is. still Aquarius(crabflsh-breast(waterman-legs) ; ] Capricorn); Cancer Although belief as degrees.that astrology can

commendable.The manipulated and controlled by the men from (goat-knees); Gemini (twins-arms); determine the best time for planting
natural for the the Mid-East. The prices will only stay low Leo (lion-heart) ; Libra weeding, harvesting and"puttingup" Edison and his staffat
course market to take
may be a fallacy the Menlo Park invented
until
I the powers-that-be decide (balance-reins); Pisces (fishes-feet;
in such a situation, is for prices to come down sumer habits have reverted back our con- Sagittarius (bowman-thighs); Scor- superstition still persists. something new every ten
to those
until a greater demand for the product is carefree of pio (scorpion-loins) ; Taurus days.
established.;, We're seeing that riow. Supposedly it to us and days make cheap another gas. Then they'll sock ,(bull-neck); Virgo virgin-bowels J ).
the market said to be stable money killing. And
price is
when demand. like a junkie returning to the needle we'll The idea was to coincide the proper ........ '
supply equals moon phase with the right sign. For
probably fall for it and "hooked"
get
again.A example, corn was to be planted for miiigrai
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But remember the lessons '
of the the
past best results the
single thought is left here to summarize on new moon and @
virtual panic when gasoline prices went from the matter Those under the Sign of Aires which is a fire
: who
the high thirties to fifty-plus cents per gallon, do not learn from sign and governed by the sun. The
history doomed
are to repeat it. growth then would be thought to be ESTABLISHED 1879
; rapid and vigorous. If planted on the MEMBER
dark of the moon it would bear very BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER, f PublishersPuMlthwi
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p slender non-productive ears. The inconsistency
S a that Aires is also a Mdi Thursday and.M.r* r "barren" sign, resulting In poor Port Oftlc ot$Start, ,r.. under Act of Merch: J. 1m

yields. Subscription reM In tfwi .,... $, .... r..n $j tl Ix MoM"
Th.r. is so much salt In the Great Salt Lake of Utah that on*cannot sink or completely When potatoes were planted on the I Omlde trwfe ..... $10 P.r Y..n".10 star M Mh..4" .

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Crosby Lake Cemetery sponsored by
Y 1 "'., the W.T. Weeks UDC. Rev. y
TheSociety chapterl
'" \ Gladys Mooty Of Doug Sides of rst Baptist e
Church will be the speaker. n
Editor, The public is cordially invited to at t-

I II 964-7608 News tend. s e

; O OCi Underhill Reunion
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\ The families of Oliver L. and Ruby r
Pamela Jo Stalnaker, Morgan Underhill will have a reunion
Clifford Johnson Easter Sunday April 11, at the home !
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blackburn on W. :
Announce EngagementMrs. Morgan Road.A .

r1F Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starke basket lunch will be served at 2
4 and James Stalnaker of San Marcos, p.m.
Texas announce the engagement of
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their daughter, Pamela Jo, to Clifford Starke Nursing
Daniel Johnson of Chattanooga,
Tenn., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Home Cookout

x Johnson of Charleston, S.C. Thursday March 25, Starke Nurs-
Pam is a junior of Tennessee'Temple resident
ing Home held the first
University, Chattanooga, Tenn. cookout for 1982.A .
where she is majoring in Elementary beautiful day to remember with
Deaf
Education. Administrator Patrick Scanlin atten-
Danny is a senior at Temple ding the grill and staff members join-
Theological Seminary. He is working ing in fun and sun with the residents.The .
towards a Master of Devinity in Ytf, w menu called for all the old time
Theology. He is presently employedby f' .
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favorites,such as hamburgers potato
Service Master. salad, baked beans and delicious
An August wedding is planned. The home made ice cream.
ot r date to be announce later. This was the first, but certainly not
The 3 Top Beauties... the last cookout for what we hope will
up; Cathy Norman, newly crowned 1982 Strawberry
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...at the 20th Bradford County Strawberry Queei 11 Queen, and Paula Joiner second runner-up and Miss, Weeks, UDC Pamela Stalnaker be a spectacular year!
Beauty Pageant are ((1-r) Stacey Denmark first runner'. Congeniality
To Meet April 7
Easter Egg Hunt
Linda Johnson At Country Club W.T Weeks chapter UDC will meet
Paul PartinTo Wednesday, April 7, at 3 p.m. at the
Starke Golf and Country Club will home of Mrs. Lester Crews with Mrs. Wm. A. Bessent, III; C. Gary Moody
Wed April 2 have a Easter egg hunt Saturday, Gladys Weldon and Mrs. Herbert
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Johnson of April 10, at 10:30: a.m. for member's Thomas as co-hostesses. &
Gainesville the children through fifth grade.
announce engage- Anthony J. Salzman
ment of their daughter Linda
Darlene, to Paul Kevin Partin of East Announce the opening of their
Weymouth, Mass. BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW
Linda attended Starke Elementaryand Law Offices under the name
Bradford Middle School from TAKING APPLICATIONS!
197075.A .
l April wedding date has been set. Orangewood ApartmentsP.O.
The couple will reside in La Mad- .. Box 146 BESSENT, MOODY & SALZMAN
delina Italy were Paul is in the U.S.
Starke Florida 32091
Navy. ,
Attorneys at Law

,,..: Teena Norman 1, 2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat and air; wall to wall 606 W. Madison St. 964-7262

Wanda Atwood Carlton FaulkTo shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator.For .
Wed 9
Douglas Reddish April
Miss Teena Norman and Carlton Information/Application General Practice
Wanda Atwood Faulk will be united in Friday -
marriage
Contact: Orangewood Apartmentsco
Reddish April ,9, at 8 p.m. in theFirst Family Law, Real Property, Estates
Douglas Baptist Church in Starke with a Tracy Balr ManagerP.O.
Engagement. Told reception following in the Starke Bor. 146 Equal Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
Woman's Club. Houllng
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wynn of Starke, Florida 32091
All friends and relatives invitedto
opportunity
are
Keystone Heights and Richard A. Atwood attend.
of Massachusetts announce the
engagement of their daughter Wanda
Jean, to Douglas Edwards Reddish,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish of
Starke. .
Miss Atwood is a 1979 graduate of .'.;:,
Keystone Heights High School and is .. ...; -"" :>

a secretary, (Farm.Insijranye,I'.11..0'1.)1) Jlrr..ar hit, ? : K a t 1 r l ict ..131t !ttrW : e iI '
MV-.V.felsV'1979 graduate oft' 'I;1.1 t.. -.,..., blO1L .. oq: I .
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Bradford High School and is attending ." .f'
Florida State University major. I ;..-v/i!, fkr4I (
ing in accounting.The :<
wedding is planned for August 7
in the First Methodist Church,Starke.
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Board MeetingThe ,

executive board of the Starke. .
Women's-Club will meet Wednesday
April 7, at 12 noon at Western Steer H
Steak House _
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A.L!''SandersonsHol2f tL.-J 1 ,

: Open House Age: 43 Annual Contribution: S2.000 Age: 35 Annual Contribution: $1.500 Age: 36 Annual Contribution: $1.500
MrfNdd1Mrs'. ''Albert L. Sandersonheld Retirement Value: 230510. Retirement Value: 472820. Retirement Value: 417862.
an "open house" Friday night at "
theii new home on E. Call Street. w
Arpapua. white and gold color motif u1 h "'r i t ..1 1 1 1 M
was..fjftrried,, Dui in ,the ,floral arrangements ?
throughout the home. A ,
corn plant and tall, colorful amarylliswere iV '
:also'used to advantage. "'
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Thooreffashment table and coffee t1 r4ikI .
tablel'lWeftcovered/ with white >Ar- ; :
my/Nhyy l cloths( and centered with arrangements ;
of flowers carrying out
the -WorN scheme. A three branch ,. l'..' _
silver'candelabra with white tapers ,,'I
flanked 'the' arrangement on the
refreshment! table.
Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Mrs. Drew
Reddish greeted the guests at the :
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door.. Mrs Felix Sapp kept the ... IV t
register book at a table holding a ,,; p pA
single red rose in a bud vase. .
Misses Marla and Stacey Reddish
assisted in serving. J: -
Fifty guests called between the i v

hours of 7 and 9 p.m. ., ) .1, "\.v '" .

'; Age: 55 Annual contribution: 52,000 Ages: Annual Contribution: $3.000 Age: 25 Annual Contribution\ : $2,000

Nursing Home Retirement.Value: 41130. combined Retirement Value: $2.512.081. Retirement Value: S2.133.699.:

Soliciting SignaturesFor

Renovation # Not IRA cuts taxes y
Starke Nursing Home wishes to : every your
recognize the support of Bradford and

Union hearing Courthouse County held Wednesday.at residents the Bradford at March the County public 24. while compounding interest daily.: Ours does.

The next hearings are scheduled for

April and 26 at Gainesville.6 p.m. in the V.A. \ Dolly compounding Of interest makes Florida Bank's IRA June 30th really gets( your IRA oft to a great start and we offer

Medical Continued Center community support it your best buy.When you open an IRA with us your interest is either a fixed or variable rate.The choice is yours.

essential for the approval of this compounded every day-not annually or quarterly-so you earn Ie NOW Plus Checking to anyone opening an IRA for $1.000
much needed addition and renovationof appreciably more for your retirement. or more (tree regular checking with a $500 deposit) is another
the Starke Nursing Home. Plus, deduct your annual contribution from your taxable great reason to come to Florida Bank.bur IRA is insured by
For those residents this interested worthwhile in ... income, saving substantially on your tax return. the FDIC and there's no service charge or fee.

.community further supporting health facility there will .11 doesn't take a lot to make a lot Small regular deposits can Open an IRA with us today\bu'll cut your taxes earn

be a petition for signatures at the add up to a big retirement fund. As little as $100 a yean depending interest that is compounded daily and get free checking too.
Starke Nursing Home Fair booth. on your age can grow into tens of thousands by retirement. It's the sure way to make the most out of your !IRA and
,, A better-than-moneylfund return of 15% (annual rate) through your future
.
Duplicate Bridge "";
Club Results '

Cecelia Terwillegar and Eva

. Mathewson Duplicate were Bridge the Tuesday winning coupleat night. Florida Great State. Great People. Great Bank. '

Lucile Green and National
were second and Ida Shaw and Florida Bank at Starke Jefferson at Clark Street.stark.Fonda nw\\ i9o )944-7050 .
Myldred Cuttino were third. Banks
.
.The club plays every Tuesday nightat Substantial Interest and tax penalties lor early withdrawal Retirement values are estimates based or.in: interest rate ol 12%(based on I year :
7:30: p.m. at the Pratt Street maturities per year compounded dally)upon retirement at age 65 Minimum deposit S25!! Maximum deposit S2 000 per wage earner(52 250 il
Recreation Center and all bridge spouse is unemployed) O V>6Z Florida: Nahonal Banks Florida.. Inc Members FDIC
players are Invited to attend.

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Membership Drive United Pentecostal

For Library FriendsThe Church Services
9t. Located at 204 N. Waters 964-7420.
membership drive for Friendsof Rev. O.L. Wells, Pastor.
the Library is still under way. ,: Friday, 7:30, Youth Service; Satur
Letters are being mailed to day, 7 p.m., Men's Prayer Meeting;
previous "Friends" asking for TH9y Sunday 10 a.m., Sunday School, and
Holy Week Services renewal of membership, but there are 7:30 p.m.. Evangelistic Service;
many new residents and cardholderswho Tuesday, 9 a.m. Ladies'Prayer
Community Lenten Luncheons are not on the list. ,Meeting; Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Bible -
-12:50 You may join Friends of the Christopher William Hess Study. Acts. 2:42.:
-9,12:00 noon p.m. Library and receive a membershipcard Jim and Merry Hess of Starke an-
at First United Methodist Church by going to the Public Libraryand nounce the birth of a son,Christopher
leaving membership dues of $2 William born Feb. 23 in Alachua Did You Know..........
REFRESHMENTS SPEAKER for single$5 for family,or$10 or over General Hospital.
for patron. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
You do not have to be a member of Mrs. M.H. Williams. Paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews attended -
First United Methodist Rev. Raymond Baer Friends of the Library to have a are Mr. and Mrs. Carlus the regional meeting of Community -
: F.:' Monday Grace United Methodist First Christian: < library card, but all money from Hess, all of Starke. College Trustees in Mobile. Ala.
from Wednesday to Saturday.See
memberships is used directly to pur-
First Presbyterian Rev. Cliff McLeod chase materials for your use.
/ 1 Tuesday Bethleham Freewill Baptist First Presbyterian The library welcomes suggestionsas
II to how it can better serve you. Page lOA

Wednesday Madison Street Baptist Rev. Robert C. Gillis -
Church of God Madison Street Baptist
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Thursday St. Edwards Catholic Father Rooney
St. Marks Episcopal St. Edwards Catholic :.
ltd .
Friday First Baptist Rev. Ben Bryant
a First Christian First Baptist

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The First Christian Church p.m. ," .
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"Love at Calvary" Sunday April 4, Luau Thursday night, March 25 at Ed ,," '\! '."' ", -
and Bette Perry's KOA campgroundon '. '"'::'"1.;. :
Highway 301. L2''.'' \. ;1" ..t R '1 '
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dances and fellowship.The :: "t",,, .,.
KOA social circle who planneda '
festive evening included: Jane

,. ,. Menard, Kaye Belanger, Eleanor
Smith, Ruth Parsons, Doris Lewis,
Adylene Gillespie, Ginny Hamblin,
y* Ruth Morehead and Betsy Raymond.
f Grass skirted dancers were Martin
Smith, Eleanor Smith Frank
Menard, Tanya Rackard Ron Ray-
Iv1 : mond, Sr., Jessica Raymond, Kaye
Belanger and Chris Rackard.
The Winn-Dixie manager, Mr.
Milton. donated a huize oineaoole
decoration which was the theme of

the evening. uVc.a3rt
1: Friday morning, March 26, the Tt. _4 4M
II t campers gathered on the KOA porchfor t
7 ,- coilee and Dixie Cream donuts
"' which were donated by the new Dixie '
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i1 Cream shop in Starke. .4'a
The KOA campers farewell supper
will be next Thursday night, Apnl 1
when awards will be presented for
camp activities.
Coffee and donuts every Friday
morning will be a new feature for the
campers to enjoy from 9 to 11 a.m. .

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Co."mul'lty'Slng! .- Air Park Baptist '<. .

Air Park Baptist Church will have a
"sing"Saturday,Arrll3. The Frampton -
family attend.
Refreshments will be served.
\ The public Is invited to attend.
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1IK2! STARKE PAGEANT WINNERS, from left to right: Robert Scott Did You Know..........
flicks 3. son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hicks of Starke, who was voted Tiny &fa
Dream Boy; Kelly Carter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Carter voted
Tiny Dream Girl; Back row Little Miss Dream Girl Karen Larsen, II. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook at-
daughter of Mr. and :Mrs Glenn Moore of Starke; Miss Dream Girl Kary tended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs.
Ann Campbell It, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Campbell of Keystone Myrtle Grace in St., Aguustine last
I(eights,and over-all winner, Melissa Weeks daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Toby Wednesday.
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lOA TELEGRAPH April I, 1952t Pleasant Hope Church )

. & .T'.T' .. .. Church of God Celebrates AnniversaryThe ;(To Host Revival
Did You Know.... Urom page to Mrs. Mary Runyon of Jennings was
Mr.and Mrs. Joe Cissy and Mr. and weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Hope Church, 301 N. pf
, ': Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins of Fair- Mrs. Glen Harris of Keystone Heights Douglas Hardy Starke Church of God will years, after which time the new sanctuary Starke, will be hosting a revivw
<" burn, Ga.spent Wednesday to Sunday attended the Open House of the Corporation new celebrate its 50th anniversary April 4, was built at the same location in beginning Sunday, April 4, at 7 p.nu
r:" t with his mother, Mrs. Orie Wiggins. Timber Division of America of Container at Fernandina Brenda Prevatt of FSU spent' the beginning with Sunday School at 10 1974. Preaching will be done by minister
Mr. and of local churches.
weekend with her parents.
:; Mrs. Mack Williams Jr. of Beach on Sunday. v Mrs. Ed Williams and son, Jo Alan a.m.Dr.. Ray H. Huges, general overseerof Also, Sunday, April 11, come bringa
"Sylacauga, Ala. will be weekend Prevatt the Churches of God Cleveland, The church extends a warm hand of basket lunch and join in the egg hunt
guest of Mrs. Williams, Sr. Tenn.,will be the guest speaker at the welcome to the community to worshipin for the children. .
Miss service. the celebration of our 50 years of There will also be a gospel sing
Mrs. W.S. Haas returned Monday Mrs.Jones H. M.in Gainesville Richarde visited on Tuesdayand Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gissy and 11 Other a.m. highlights of the anniversary walking with God, Rev. Walter F. from 2 to 4 p.m. in the afternoon.
,, after 10 days visit,with her daughter Elise Wednesday.Mr. daughter, Katie of Sacramento, Cal. service will include dinner on the Montz, pastor, said. Come and plan to spend the day withus
and family Mr. and Mrs. Mark have moved to Philadelphia Pa. grounds The Singing Reps and local in fun and worship.
Trimpey and baby son in Tampa. and Mrs. W.M. Hazen of where he Is employed with Philly talent in the afternoon, and Rev.
and Gainesville were Sunday visitors of World Records, Inc. Robert J. Hart, state overseer,as the PREPARED
and Mrs. Heinz Stoelting TAX RETURNS
Dr. INCOME
for the service.
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. guest speaker evening
Berlin, Germany
of
:. are two guests daughters of Dr.and Mrs. D.W. Whif- The Starke Church of God was Short Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 + up J
Mrs. Lester Crews celebrated her organized in 1932 at Saxton, a small
fen at Kingsley Lake for two weeks. birthday Monday at a luncheon at Your birthday is really a community north of Starke. It late Frank Young Accountant
Steak House with tour special day and you shareit moved to 422 North St. Clair St in
Mrs. Iris Dunbar of Lake Butler is Western Steer with least nine million N.. Starke
at
staying with her aunt. Mrs. Bertha friends attending given by her Starke, where a church was built and 964-5139 Hwy.301
Pearce. daughter Mrs. Robert M. Autry. others. housed the congregation for some 30


Mrs.Blanche McCubbin of Miami is

Weldon visiting for her several sister weeks., Mrs. Gladys AMERIC.ASFAMILYDIPGSTORE: You're going to like I I '


Mrs. Arlin McKnight Mrs. Helen ,
Cranfill and Mrs. Mary Lawson were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman our Pharmacy.
Register, Jr. at Vilano Beach on Mon-
of last week and witnessed the
day .
Columbia launching. c:4i Eckerd Pharmacists highly-trained professionals who are going to .
," II make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education ) PgPLAY'S
Mrs. H.M. Richarde returned last / courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments In
Thursday after eight days visit with drugs. They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen dis
her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. counts and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you .
,,Henry Richarde in Pascagoula, Miss / / time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!
and with Mr. and Mrs. T.N. Busch in WA
Daphne, Ala.

Mrs. W.G. Godwin returned to her :
home in Chagrin Falls, Ohio on Tues- '
;day after two weeks visit with her ,
mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. COCA- I I r,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green visited 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe in Sanford COLA109 ?YY.

over the weekend. I I final net

Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. attended a Sale V _
barbecue cookout Saturday at the Priced .... !
home of Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Hudson in Soft drink In shatterproof '1 '
Jacksonville for her nieces, Mrs. plastic bottle. Limit 2 U
Harry Harris of San Diego, Cal. and
Mrs. B.J. Biedanharn of Mason City,
111. who are visiting here. I I ,.---

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Mrs. Hazel Guy of Gainesville '
CHIMERE
visited Mrs. J.H. Blackshear at TRACU
Kingsley Lake last Friday and Satur I SHAVING DRY IDEA FINAL NET NATURAL SPRAYCOLOGNE

day. I POTATO CHIPS 1 CARTRIDGES ANTI-PERSPIRANT HAIR SPRAY

Force Capt., Bruce Yuba M.City Williams., Cal. has U.S.been Air a-oz. 8 7 ct i.POTATO' PACK OF II 2.5.02 488Antlpersplrant. OUNCE 79 0.7S-OZ. 49Reg.
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Force Base in Georgia. His new job 1.28 .. t-r"):: Priced ,....,.. Prlc.d ........ 4TYPES ..... U 6.75 .....
assignment as a Supply Office is Chiefof I Great with dips Regular' 'IIIJ' Twin blade cartridges. Limit 1 Roll-on ,in Concentrated pump hair spray By Prince Matchabelll. Limit 1
Requirements and Distribution "' "LlmI12 : choice of- 2 types. Limit 1 for lasting hold. Limit 1
Division. Bruce is in partnership with
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Starke. I e <"A- I MENNEN GILLETTE
Kevin Tillman has left for six weeks VLASIC EXCEDRIN SKIN FOAMYSHAVE
basic training at Lackland Air Force I T TABLETS a BRACER CREAM rte
KOSHER II
Base in San Antonio Texas. .< "'.., O49OF I e-OUNCI 11-oiiNce .4 29
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visitors this week her son, Carl Robinson 32-OZ. 1; 'J ; headaches. Limit 1 After shave lotion.Limit 7 o reflects 25 cents.plf ,
and niece, Judy Robinson of Box. \ label. Limit 1 .
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boro, Mass. Priced Sal ,l I..."" ',,' _ ; -: y 7

Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. Paul Crunchy, kosher dill SEA BREEZE MURINE' ; .:.. COVER GIRL '
Bridges, Mrs. Lex Green and Miss II pickles. Limit 1 I ANTISEPTIC EYE DROPS Ilflll!!!.e EYE SHADOW .
Lillian attended the final
Stump performance KIT + nm" mw
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Arts performance of Carmina Priced SFA i Priced ......? S.Priced" ......... '
Burana at the University of Florida II .. I Antiseptic for the aREEg-.... :! Soothes tired, ,irritated for-.. Spring ;fashion shades.. l ]
Auditorium last Thursday night NESTEA a.-.s skin. Limit 1 eyes. Limit 1 eye. Limit 1COVER

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CPO Edward Ferry of Norfolk, Va. WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFER ______
was last Wednesday and Thursday I Regul.r2.99 -- / :
guest of his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Al 100% tea. Makes 30-qts. / ECKERD :'rACro POND'S CREAM :1
K. Carlisle. HYDROCORTISONE : & COCOA BUTTER GIRLMAKEUP ..
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sr. attended REBATE'1 4> .0'
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a birthday dinner for his aunt. MAIL-IN 'I >* .. ...119 ssrcia.. .. 19( nae< TOUR .. 169 .1
Prlced ",_. Priced .. I <, CHOICE .... I
Mrs. Olive Chaffe in Jacksonville
IIII FINAL COST For rashes & Skin emollient. Ai-
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Saturday night on her 90th birthday.Mr. AFTER REBATE ....... I Limit 1 Limit 1VIDAL ;' ','\ a'; .\\s\\ ,; :sorted shades, Limit \"\W.w..vII \'

and Mrs. Paul Lynch of :: :
Jacksonville ,
were Tuesday overnight IW
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, DePREEcGD< Tillll II III SASSOON PERMANENT. HTAQtMOJOO
Sr. '
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A I VITAMIN C HAIR SPRAY Choose Body Wave"
/ HAMMER I 290 MO. *ftoo'a 69 /-OUNC! en \1 ..gel
Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth visited her | 'M Bile. T 3lPriced or Curly Wave.
sisters Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan and I BAKING SODA I Reg. 2.24 ...... VIGNLC ........ a .ICMIHO ",.,. *...,-.*..MMutirKice 0 .liortO
Mrs. Margaret Martin in Tallahasseeover ':.. Vitamin you need unra Natural Hold or Extra I LMARIa SN M :':"T" ....,.. '.2''U'8\
the weekend.Mr. 00 1 dally. Limit 1 e Hold. Limit 1 .
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and Mrs. Walter Corliss and R.9 -
of Buena Vista Cal. who sun CONDITIONII d ZIO
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For baking & other house I .. tJItr 2R99A10
enroute to Rhode Island, are spending MAALOX -'- SHAMPOO orCONDITION
Wednesday to Friday with her grand- hold uses. Limit 3 .a-.,,._ LIQUID ?. II FLEET .l>8
mother, Mrs. James Barron. :.....". ANTACID'' L t& ie-OUNCE ENEMAsH .ali<1

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Gilbert Goldwire is a patient in 0 Sal* M .o
Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville. Priced .... .. I By Clalrol. Shampoo or Priced i..T..' ...
conditioner. Price reflects __ .
For
relief of upset Premeasured. "
Frank Bozich of Aliquippi, Pa. is FOSTER GRANT I stomach. Limit 1 ...... J label. 40 Limit cents 1 off '-- posable. Limit 2 t ..
Mrs. A.J. this week. THIN TYPE
visiting Barry
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Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin of Reg. 11.00 ea. /
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Starke and Christie ,
granddaughters, 30"x 72"PVC

the and weekend Gina Montuoro in Tarpon of Springs.Tampa spent 12 11 1 00..... \ \ I GRILL SMOKER :,. AIRMATTRESS THERMAL COASTERS' .

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Don Hardy is ,\ 39. abW -f88 I
undergoing I Men's & ladies' fashion fl. I "'". t.7' ...... \.
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treatments in Shands Teaching styles. II Tilt-away hood with I Keep canned drinks
Hospital for a week. adjustable/ vents '' Sturdy canvas & PVC cold longer.
with built-in pillow. .
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Mrs. James Barron of Starke, son, _ _ _ _ _ _
Lyle Anderson of Orange Park, Mrs. ;
Martha Johnston of Miami and Mrs. i 'AD' 0 GOTT 2RINQINFLATABLE
C.A. Bauer of Greenville, Miss. at- CHAIq cNUU9,88: 2.85 COOLER SNACK A STORE
tended a family reunion Friday to CONSOLE POOL TRAYS
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i:1 Reg.T.iS
Charles Burton at Fort St. Lucie. I Reg., 12"Convenient 588 Sell"188; ,
Bevea.11 ..... Priced I i ll.
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Dr. Donald Chubb and Ed Wynn of In car. Assorted carryIng Inflatable' Assorted '
Winter Park were Monday morning :colors. designs. Bright colors.'

Thomas.visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I _


Miss Jean Mundy of Ceritos, Cal. I TEXTILENE i ASSORTED.1 RYOBI SX3REEL& RUBIK'SCUBE _cfti_, *_

arrives today Thursday for a weeks LAWN FURNITURE WIRLAGIGSEft" ROD .

dy.visit with her mother, Mrs.W.B. Mun- Y///m II.CHAIR...24. 1Q99 CHAISE R./'31... 29 99% Priced ......299' ; .W R. 2398 ."ev........ 499
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A Vinyl covered, woven polyester fabric. Weather Skirted epoch 2-pc. Millions of combinations.
Neil Tucker returned Monday after A wear resistant Tubular aluminum, frame. / vane or "Donkey" ceramic guide rod. One solution. <3ECKERD >
undergoing surgery last week in Baptist w
Memorial Hospital.Mr. .

and Mrs. a
Dan
Mershon Ga.visited his mothers. r------------- ------ -----.. You're Going to LikeEckerd's

Bettie Mizelle over the weekend. : HR CARPET } Famous Photo Offer!

Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs. W.1I. : CLEANING MACHINE I I Twice Prlnti .?Get an. extra.set of prinfi with every roll of color or black'
Thomson attended the Regional I. I and white print film developed and printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY .
Energy Conference 3000 F F REGULAR
as represen- I PRICE I Twice1 the Film ...Gel two rolls of print film' for the price of one Kodacolor or
tatives of
the Starke Woman's Club in I 11.10' I black.nd while,when you nave your Mm" processed Cckerd TODAY AND
Winter Regular
Park on Saturday and Sunday. EVERYDAY
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Economical l & easy to use. ,.

Mr and Mrs. C.A. Twigg of Wilm \....__Urnlt___I._Good__until__ U1S12COUPON__-. ____________,I d goof Twice1. W.llft rhe Ouaionte the picture* .?I'k'ngPage Buy' only the prints you want No hasl-.vtn it me
b gton, Del. were Sunday visitors of
h1,. and Mrs.Houston McClane.

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April I. 198Z TELEGRAPH Page IIA

Delta Kappa Gamma Starke Rec.
Department's Hampton Baptist Church

Earn Your High School Diploma installs officers Easter Celebrates 91st Birthday SB
Hunt is
Thd!Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Egg April 8
Gamma met at the Union High The Hampton Baptist Church will
I by taking the G.E.D. test. For further in- ; School Library Tuesday evening The Starke Recreation Department will be holding an Easter egg hunt be celebrating its 91st 'birthday on -
March 16. with Lucille Payne, presi- Thursday April 8, at Wainwright Park on Church St. across from the Bradford April 4.They.
formation call 9646150. Deadline for Health Dept. will have as their special .'
is Following the business meeting, a The hunt for ages 4-7 will start at 10 a.m. and a hunt for ages 8-12 is set for 2 guest "Ma" Bell, founder and direc- .
application April 14, 1982. Dates for the beautiful memorial was rendered in p.m. Also an Easter bonnet contest will be held with prizes for first and second tor of Victory Home for Girls in i
tests are as follows memory of Mrs. Winifred Lee Geiger place. Special eggs with prizes will be hidden along with regular colored Baldwin Florida.
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who passed Jan. 5, 1982 at the age of 1 eggs and punch and cake will be served after the hunts. She will have a team from the **?
91. Mrs. Geiger was a member of Children should bring their own basket or bag to collect eggs in. home which will sing some special lle
Alpha Nu Chapter and a dedicated numbers during the Sunday School an
April 19 & 20 hour and bring a presentation of song Bl"
April 21 & 22 educator having taught many yearsin
Union County. Her Interesting autobiography World's :Fair Trip Planned for April 24-27 and testimony in the II a.m. services. is v.e
Pastor D.R. will be bringing
MacDonald -
1:00: p.m. 6:30 p.m. and was Alice read Frankenburger by Kathryn readan Ep Another bus from Starke to Gatlinburg for the World's Fair will be going a special message on heaven.
the week
person of
April 24-27 and seats are available said ar
Bobby Shannon. After the
,
morning
services a special
3:00 of Mrs.
: Geiger.
p.m. 8:15 p.m. appropriate poem The tour includes roundtrip fare and 3 nights lodging in Gatlinburg, plus covered dish dinner will be served at **
6:30: p.m. Helen Glenn, District Director en- transportation from the mountain back and forth to the World's Fair in the church. or
'' 8:15 couraged members to actively par Knoxville Tenn. and 2 days tickets to the Fair. To top the day off a special talent
p.m. ticipate In all meetings and Persons Cost is $285 with a double motel room and $240 with a triple. night is being planned at the 7:30: p.m. "
9 workshops. interested should call Shannon at 964-5358. service. Many different songs, instruments le
specials and testimonies. le
will be enjoyed by all.
Each and everyone is cordially In-
vited to enjoy this great day with
Hampton Baptist Church.


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ffiVING Lists Services

Pleasant Hope Full Gospel Church
301 N. Starke, extends a happy
e welcome for you to worship with
I them.

Sunday school, 9:45: a.m., morning
worship 11 a.m., Evangelistic service -
7 p.m.; Tuesday midweek ser-
vice, 7:30: p.m.; Friday, 7:30:: p.m.
Wff Wl Rev. Cercy pastor.

NORELCO 1200 WATT
... AFlllI "GOTCHA GUN" I First United Methodist

'. Holy Week Services
HAIR DRYER
,. LlfEUWk' III WITH SPECIAL Rf BATE OFFER 1111 April 4, Palm Sunday worship 8:30:
a .{ "'fl,> WHB 1718 Regular 13." and 11 a.m.; April 8, Maundy Thurs-
1, I 2 speeds & 2 heats. day Communion Service 7:30: p.m.;
H C?; 1 ECKERD-S Q99 April 11, Easter Sunrise
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DECORATED 0 Spring nt'ant'ryIe'tlnl: (
The Gainesville Spring Deanery
FRUIT/NUT or FRANKFORD GENERAL ELECTRICCOFFEEMAKER IFILLED Meeting of the St. Augustine Diocesan
COCONUT CREAM BRACK'S PECTIN' LIFE SAVERS --- Council of Catholic Women was held
EGGS PEACOCK EGGS MINIKINS EASTER BOOK I WITH-SPECIAL-9R.qul.r20.95 RCBATe OFFER' in Lake City on March 25. This
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meeting was hosted by the St. Ann'sGuild
BrewswarmsSALE 2-10
cups
09 Reg. 1.11 ECKERD'S \ at the Epiphany parish hall
I-OZ. 89 C 10.S.0Z. Sge OUNCE 1 139 I PRICE .....2399 i111 11 and was conducted by the president,
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i Mrs.
LESS MFR 'S AQQ Caroline Cassiat of Gainesville.
a.9. 1.11 .. R.g. 1.19 ... Regular 1.49 .. Priced ........ MAIL.IN REBATE' Sister Mary Esther of Lake City
Decorated candy Easter eggs. Soft pectin centered candy Choice of chocolate or white Famous candies .festive I 9. was a special guest speaker. She addressed
Limit 1 In seven fruit flavors In holiday package. Limit 1 FINAL 99
19 the audience on the topic of
shells. AFTER
8iI REBATE .. the Feast of the Annunciation of the
6 I ; I Blessed Virgin mary which coincidentally -
occurs on March 25, its
fJ revelance to Springtime and to Family -
.' EASTER .\O '.", 1;' ..:: r.lli[!) ... II III Life.
.' \ EGG TREE A"', b.IJ ''' Besides the reports of the various
1 "' r Commissions, reports of Addiliation
: -79 t GALAXY 12-IN.
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.- Prlc4 ........ 1\I : II Presidents were given. Carol Ashline.
.' j .. FLOOR FAN
". l If : President of St. Edward's Altar Society -
Convenient
way to display ,
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decorated I l III #2153R. III gave the report of Society activities -
: eggs. 21." Save 3.00 -
....... ";' 3 levels. .... ,... "' ." g. and goals during the past
CJ 5 cit. ..::: ,... I =' year. Mrs. Ashline also served on the
Ii _ _ < 2 4 99 Nominating Committee which
presented the slate of Deanery Of.
FILLED .., -FERRERO: CHOCOLATE HOLLOW '... i' ficers.
MOLD BUNNIES /removes e drill I Celebration of Mass followed the
EASTER BASKETS LUCKY EGGS't; : for cleaning. meeting in Epiphany Church. Rev.
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99 "" 2/99c: 179 O59 'WLI.lir I Father Flannan Walsh, Deanery
2 9" Priced ..FOR *' TO II Moderator, from Holy Faith Churchin
TO. A great treat for their ''' Choose from Chopper Hopper Eggbert, Gainesville, joined Father Patrick
Colorful Easter baskets!! filled with candy Easter basket. Limit 2. Bunny Rosebud. Parsnip Pete. Safari I Carroll from Lake City, Father John
treats and toys. Pete; Clufoot Pete & Dux from High Springs Father Edward
: I Booth from Live Oak and
-. Father Roland Julian from St.
PALMER 1 BRACH'S :I Patrick's in Gainesville in con-
SITTING I PALMER MALTED MILK I'. celebrating Mass. The homily was
RABBIT BUNNY MUNNY EGGS s//WIND Save 6.00 $' .: I given by Father Malachy Flaherty, a
t-oz. 300 1.OUNCI 29 J'Of:II: ..,.oz. e .."'r I Vinccntian Priest. Officers were in

=<;'... .....'011 !. "et.U' .......1 1:1 Rag. 1.19Malted ..... 99 99 ,, :t.; J tJ"TJ, Mass.stalled by Father Walsh after the

rabbits Hollow:: milk Limit chocolate 3 "dry ateraeLlmlthl: \ : young -,' sugar ,milk. ..In Limit'; 1J Luncheon followed at the Holiday
Inn in Lake City. After lunch the guest
Provides concentratedair speaker, Dr. James Cerda from
control. II Gainesville, spoke on the advisabilityof
LJ r medical checkups. He also con
WICKER; ._ ;PARSON. DOW ducted a question and answer session.
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BATH AkE TABLES I BATHROOM II / Father Patrick Foley, a former St.Edward's .

2 C ISp t. OllJ?i .1!: ?,.R....: 2/700'" I n "et.1.I'CLEANER SOUNDESIGN decorated cake pastor and was applauded presented on the a

".,,14./9 .. In Sal. .1 19 "I II occasion of his tenth
Choice of Brown or; pi'ln'Oo'j, ,;: :; ; Priced ......... AM/FM POCKET A Ordination to the Priesthood.anniversary Father of
Natural. colors i, Disinfects as It cleans. RADIO 0
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:, : Limit 2 Foley currently serving as Pastorof
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M145R Holy Family Church in Williston.
ASSORTEIf+ ...'" : 999 :: : Attending the meeting from St. Ed-
I fl. 14.99 ward's Parish besides Mrs. Ashline
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DISPOSABLE. SCRIPTO' ""
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:r- LIGHTER&3R SavcS.OORotary were Kay Richards Betty Dazmskl,
DIAPERS PIIt"! 4h volume/tone con ;, :rf:; III Antoinette Stefanelli Anne Samons,
... 499. -1: 279C 12 oz 99C DcaipR\! trol. Telescopic' antenna Cecelia Richards, Antoinette Coss,
Priced MOrHurtdreds. i Reg. 1.7* ... I and Dolores Meng.
Medium 36's, Toddler* .o.r of depenabla For closed areas.
40's bent, 48's.or Extra Absor.r w lights. Limit 2 I Raye Padgett

III Celebrates Birthday

ALKALINE ... Catherine Raye Padgett the
., D-CON .,.E DURACELL"AAA"BATTERIES daughter of Greg and Julie Padgett
nOLL-O-MATIC; ANT ft ROACH 50-FOOT ;:, t II 'DURACEl.L. II celebrated her fourth birthday
SPONGE._MOP SPRAY KOI SOAKER HOSE 1.21 Regular 1.99 their(March home 22))in with a party March 27 at
10." -IT-OUNCI Lawtey.
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e.0i. ........:..899 .......149 -- 1903 599 29 Over 25 guests enjoyed a
Prle'" "et.2.2' "eg. s... .,.. K/1 I strawberry shortcake cake and
Remote control wrin .. ''Aerosol. Vapor action J ,.t 3 t tube vinyl for deep ml2 i III strawberry Kool-aide during the par
ger keeps hands dry. kills Limit 2 water
bigs. penetration. calculators ty hours from 4 6 p.m.
flashlights
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Among those attending were
& more.
LJ I Raye's sister Brandyn; her grand-
OUTDOOR "" I parents, Harley L. (Johnny) and Bet
I ty Hazen of Deer Springs Lake,
EXTENSION SPRAYERS
STRETCH / Keystone and'Everett and Mary
CORD GARDEN GLOVES YOUR CHOICBLADIES' Padgett, Starke; her great-

::. ;... .*.....599 "Ft**>.2.4* .. .....-f 69 : >1; ti e-GAL fl. 1.79.. ....:......141 I 1 II Lawtey grandmother; and Mrs.her grcat-great-aunt Evelyn Norman

3-prong plug. UL Protect hands while 20QAL.Plea.. 2.69 ...........1.. .".' 4 II SPRINGFIELD 1112 Mrs. Nealy Carter. Starke.
listed. doing lawn.4.aI'den* QUARTZ ...1 II On Monday March 22, Ra>'e was
chores. .. 2
treated
10.- to a party at Showbiz Pizza
PATIO CLOCK Place in Orange Park.
FIESTA MELNOR I 9 ) 3 I While there she was presented witha

GRASS FLOATING SHEAR BLADE \ SPRAY PAINT TURRET SPRINKLER. I Reg. 12.11 999 eJ:::.. ... ... I cake and Showbiz free tokens record by membershipcard Billy Bob.

Miu-11 O88Rg. e.t.8.,1.69; QQC 1m Sav 3.00. 7 6 5 Others enjoying the trip were Rave's
199Heat ....... .Priced ...i.... WW 499 'Eordlesa. Has large parents her uncle and aunt David
treated 13''' Choice of assorted -.. Covers 2200-sq. ft. .. I numerals & sweep hand. and Janice Jones and her cousins
blades. Safety lock. colors circle. 4 patterns. J11 Amy and Christy Jones and Rob

-. u . Dana and Gary Norman.

Amy C. Williams
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OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Prices good thru Sat. Apr. 3rd Promoted S/Sgt.

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMITOUANTITIES.Sale. Amy C. Williams daughter of Mrs..
C4k t9'e ct! James H. Blalock of 902 Butler Road.
Starke, has been promoted in the U.S.
Air Force to the rank .of staff
Bradford S
Square sergeant.
'.. Williams is an aircraft pneudraulicsystems
.' mechanic at RAF .
Upper.
South
301 Starke Florida .,
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Heyford England, with the 20th Com
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.1:0: ponent Repair Squadron.She .
,.. < '. e. ; is a 1975 graduate of Bradford
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.: Lady Tornado Softballers On Top of District With 8 Straight Wins :1


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,. ...tl'f" .j' girls are Tuesday, April 12, against ;. .
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Softball rfd
Back in when :
1977 girls
.,.. ... .. ',o.1f'' J'f" Keystone Heights, a (team that beat l.odla..1 SOl: 030 0 r U. Seda.d 100 041 001 7 1Iurhh. 1/ ,.p:;
first started at Bradford High .
got direction J, ( ',' ;':!"'i'..' .; BUS twice the past two years, and / 001 000 0 4 r 'S' Sonla'a 010 010.00 S 13'.,.._,
under the W'N.nnn/ .
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'. ., r. Wednesday, April 13, against .y1, f
of coach Greg Alvarez won its ''' 31.Hall tINS( ) NR O.d.'na' (IP).
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Gainesville Eastside. Both start at an;
first 13 games before losing 16-9 to .I> ;
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Buchholz in the District finals. : 3:30.: p.m. '
,' !',,. .i" In the revenge win over Buchholz, 'tll.YTMUCO .
is much 1' "
Five years later the sport i ,,'" .
: t which gave the Bobcats their first loss '"''
more established and Bradford has a ., "." rJj !fa.:
different coach In Gayle Lee But ..........:. It '--iH': ,t "I', ;" in the District, shortstop 4-for-4 Mashell I .'11
there still is one similarity. The BITSgirls '" Brown was a perfect as BHS (
are HOT. outdid the hosts 12-7 in base hits. Pit- :

With a 7-4 win over Buchholz and a cher Val Hamm, Brown, and Pam Ntt
Sams all scored in the first inning as t>
7-6 victory over Santa Fe in 9 inningslast t
week Lee and her Lady Tor- BITS jumped in front 3-0 and never ,

nadoes have won 8 straight to sit at 8-1 : again trailed. :i
loss to A Third baseman Vonda Kay Hall 1
after an opening-game
Buchholz. They are 7-1 in District ( 'i was 2-4 with a triple and 2 runs, left .t.H.
Buchholz and fielder Lorraine Bass was 2-4, and :
5-AAA play tied with ,
aMVwn, .,h,: Kathy Diggs, Queenie Berry Hamm.
have all but sewn a bye for the first
round of the District up tourney, which and Sams added the other Lady Tor- 'A.LJJ i; t,;

will be played Wednesday through )( nado hits. ; .f

Friday, April 21-23, at Alachua Santa s A defensive gem helped BIIS.keep ---------------------------------------- .
: the lead. In the sixth after Brown

Fe."We have the best team in the } threw a Bobcat out on a grounder to [ save $ :::1 1
District," Lee said matter-of-factly short first baseman (Hope Jackson 1OO :
Monday. "We have to go out there and whipped the ball over to Hall at thirdto ,
it but I feel like should win complete a perfect double play. ,
prove we \ :
District again." d 'i 6 I Santa Fe, which is 4-5, was even I y, 5-hp Rear ..)1

Last year the Lady Tornadoes beat n '' tougher to beat last Wednesday, as Tine Tiller
out 4 other schools to win Bradford's BITS had to go 9 innings to succumbthe :rn
first-ever District championship in t Nf X16 Lady Raiders 76. BITS slapped 16 with features you won't ..d
girls Softball, and then claimed the hits with Hall going 5-for-5 with 2 x- find on any other rear I vo
Region crown with a 21.4 pounding of I : runs. Hamm, Berry, Diggs, and catcher tine. All operating 'of
Ocala Vanguard. A 14-5 loss to Doll Waters all delivered 2 hits controls on handle, IM
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Inverness-Citrus at Sectionals put an apiece. adjusts instantly to 24 tI
end to a 13-7 year for BUS. i n ) ; .. Waters got the winning run home in 1 positions, forward/ and I ..
Now Lee and her girls want more of the top of the ninth with a groundoutthat .s, reverse drive. '1JI
the playoffs. scored Diggs from third. ,u I
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"I'd like to be where we're a con- only a
tender for District's every year in 1..
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girls Softball," the coach said. She ,.
be there. 3 of the 23 .
may already Only
Lady Tornadoes are seniors and with .r BUS Hatting Leaders 1 $84995 1 ..\,

only 2 juniors BUS could have 18 :. Name Average / OJ
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players back for the next two years. rs t' Mashell Brown .531 ,: '."
The in Softball hasn ." '. __ Vonda Kay Hall .412 o ,, '\' ,,10
success gone -- -- "'Y:"", \ 1> Reg i
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unnoticed. More and more people are Queenie Berry .400 Model 51134
coming out to get a peek at girls high Here Comes a Iligh-Arcer... Lorraine Bass .371 .j' '.. r \. 1
school Softball. "We're getting more Lady Tornado pitcher \011111111111 delivers! u high arcrr to Middleburg; but Val Hamm .367 \ IKE'S SAW SHOP
people watching us this year than we ter with umpire Cookie ;Mmulorff'aml BUS catcher 1)011"atel's awaiting the Pam Sams .350 unique swing handle 225 Eos Andrew St.. Starke ,
did last year," Lee noted with a smile. results. The pitcher-catcher combo has helped the Bradford gh'lsto 8 wins in Kathy Diggs ,318 (Behind Powell's Dairy Freeze)
The final two home for the their first 9 Hope Jackson .313
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Express Captures 2nd Straight Sports Calendar t Rear Tine Tiller ,3. .

Thu..da'.lop.1I1 ": The machine with :run;

Buuhhnl/ut HIIS ham-hull (7:3(1)Puliilka : ) performance features you I '
at BUS boys" & girls Ivnnra 13 90)HIIS ) won't find 'g'o
other I
a'ill on any ,
With Win at Ump Tournament girls ."IIballal Gainesville", IIS'14 00)) a
I tiller. Forward/ and reverse .'1':1:
.- "'do,.April I i J I drive, all operating ..;,,1
BUS baseball Palatka (4( 00) only
The Express of Starke made it 2 Cubbedge's Trim (formerly Harry's) runs and 9 RBIs. Stuart Duncan was BUS bays track& held al Lee Invite' JI controls on handle. I nnlI
tournaments and 10 games won in a of St. Augustine 12-6 and 7.1 to win the at .528, Handy Corbin hit ,526 with 9 r / t N
row as they continued to open the 1982 championship trophy and plaques for runs, and Doug Mains was at even toturdor.Ap.il 9iHt I $ j ,1rl
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'' 18 holes of Strawberry" Invilv g011Iaurni.ySund.y. .
Softball season on a roll adding the individuals.Hull .500. Bill Ratliff hit .407, Johnson batted 1" '', "'r gas. : to
championship of the Gainesville Umpire hit a torrid .813 ((13 of 16)), had 5 .428, and .Greig Moyer and Ran-'' .April 4 .. ; i 0 1"\\ --Dot li3et "... eel en'' .get
'y Tournament-tg'the-Keyst- of the club's 6 homers'amt alBnrtecJKx-i'!: ,-Mlal! Thomas were1" !also' above MOO. "o' .'M"I' 'lo'tlIt' >*nl Irawlx-rry !IhVlliS! ''gjll4onrney :'; 1Y Reg. ..." ,.. n ,nRI
Spring tourney crown they'won last press in runs with 13, and UBIs with Ricky Bennett went 2-for-3 (.667) inf. Tu.ld,. ''Model'S1148 i: ail, I II
His shot of the weekendwas his only of the weekend.As April I "Ib
week. 15. biggest game 4 school at HIIS Ixiys & girls Ira'k marl i 3..))01 ------------------------------------------
With tourney MVP Chub Johnson a grand-slammer with 2 outs in a team Express hit a crisp .489. HIIS "Ix1y 9 & KirlH "'11111. ul Clay high 'i3-o ) We are America's largest tiller manufacturer. dIJ
doing top duty on the mound and left- the 6th-inning in the first game "We hit the ball when we needed to lillSliusebiillal) Mektk'burg 13 (Mil) I Come In :>'<)
center fielder Matt Hull leading the against Cubbedge's Hull had 10 !(Ills and played defense," Wheeler said. Thuridny. April IHIIS and see why I |IKE'S SAW SHOP !OM'n.3

batters The Express rolled through 5 in the 2 final games. "He was tonning "The defense is what won it for us baseball al Suwannee ('0. ((7 301) 225 East Andrew St.. Stark. :
games in Gainesville. They whipped the ball," Express coach (Fred again.!( Express made just 5 errors in (Behind Powell' Dairy: Freeze) Ill
PALL of Ocala 15-0, Ten Plus Two of Wheeler said. the 5 games. -tin't
Gainesville 9-5, Fernando's of Lake Bill Goodge hit .588 with the other 301 Quick Stop of Starke was thirdin .,.<1'.

City 12-6, and then in the finals topped HR (an insidc-the-purker), plus 10 the tourney. d .,.vT
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1 Strawberry Golf Titles Up for GrabsOver Al' J till OHCHOAflB!' h .QIo1 3MT Aiu3O ;=10/Ml:


.J:1ew.TouU: ) Qgrn.Qne" *
100 golfers are expected to in the championship flight ((0-4 han- dicappcrs, and 3rd flight for 13.t8 handicappers oS : .
compete as the 16th annual dicap) as of Tuesday including defen- (net scores will be used in I n t 'rPl. 1 PMIMOIT; / /
Strawberry Invitational Golf Tourney ding champ Jim Arnold of Green the 3rd flight). 'r ftTtfJinflaatfoiiA'e J'
opens up Saturday at the Starke Golf Cove Springs, and Starke Club champion Prizes for the Invitational will be a ,< 0n..'" I .AO"OJ't'
and Country Club. Richard Gaines Last year Ar- set of irons for the winner of each Ill h' T}l;, .@ P. I fnobJPI
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Players in 4 nights will go 18 rounds nold shot two-under par 142 to win by 3 flight and a set of woods for the run- JJC, rflM' IUHi
Saturday and 18 Sunday with play shots over the 145 carded by nerup. are.at tltl 1 t't Vllf1P1e 3)IITOH
starting around 8 a.m. in the morn- Gainesville's Robbie Allen. Preceding the Invitational an Am- q Mr- ., '1' flo:3 ;f..5! tort' NJVItltU6Alltv(2
ings and wrapping up Sunday evening Other flights are: 1st flight for 5 8 Am warmup was scheduled for I :serve. OKnoVir>! ( AalbbeA"
about 6 p.m. 18 players had signed up handicaps, 2nd flight for 9-12 han- Wednesday, March 31. r ..otiu j. 'll\N1.hoQ1q L' yttt''ttrttt' 61A1r
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I [C Bradford Sports in Brief ]J. ''A"a.'jI'X1, l hicSr'dv;:: Ya l!'u'b' ,r I',

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Scorekeepers MeetingIs registered during those days. 7 and 8 year olds plus those 6 year .' ,. (Touch: lone phoriesooted !,. .If r4JIcn4ng l yt
T-Ball is for boys and girls aged 4 olds who have completed first gradeor c ,.....
Monday NightAll and 5 and those 6 year olds whohaven't who played T-Ball last year can "", 4'I a 14 9'Q a ', Y In311Vari. ty f' loJ '1'.11 Rexattng'.color3
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persons who will be keepingscore completed 1st grade or play Smallfry Softball.Jr a.DI N Hrr:
for Dixie Youth baseball or played.T-Ball before. Softball is for children ages 912. '' witf :" wiliartun2 ,

adult Softball league games this year : albitid4ud andtdecomtor; 4nur
should attend
a scorekeepers meeting .
Monday night, April, at 5 p.m. at the J to suit'almost :'z

Rec. Department. Office in the Old Armory I Jin#$ If reasons why I 2 3 49 -ever I"( inoom in your el'1

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Aerobic Dance M rodotiid
Classes ReopenThe ,' The: COSt 1S I leSS '-a,

td think. 'b :;
Starke Rec. Department's r an.yp M
Aerobic Dance classes are getting .r New Touch Tone *
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started again April 12. your n
Classes will run Monday and phoned Fast, simple "-j;
Wednesday nights with advanced
classes from 6 to 7:15 p.m. and beginners and, ,so convenient For "il1 t;: ,
classes from 7:15: to 8. The ad- 'I
information call
vanced classes will be both aerobic s more ....:,;,

dance and excercisc while the beginning your.Continental: busi.v? ;!
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classes will be REASON t.,..
only an introduction #6: H&R Block's trainedtax
to aerobic dance. preparers. ness Office l or visit your J b1i14IAIt:

Cost Is $8 and persons intrrrstcd local
Phone Fair And
can sign up at the first class. This year (there are 4/ dlff '. ni forms and. schedule ; :
'or income tax "tilersU give your home some 1'N"'

Matchboxes Needed < "g the wrong form or ,rf ttingone could cost nice touches. (Touch T011a
you money Or ,:au -o an IRS -inquiry H&R Block U/
For Rec. ProjectsThe preparers tra>ru>d 10 know tho forms and how to Tpne'phones are not .. "U
use each of< them to bust
your
Starke Rec. Department is ask advantage available in some areas.) uQ4B
ing local citizens to help gather mat- . .
chboxes for use in making arts and . '
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crafts in the (\T *'
gram. coming summer pro- H&R BLOCK.VSA . n< 'IT

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THE INCOME '
TAX PEOPLE
Continental
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T-Ball, Softball 17 reasons. One smart decision. . .:ni
Signups Are Set n.mSl
STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 'eel
The Starke Recreation Departmentwill 964 N. Ave !:."
be holding registration for T-Ball. Temple Keystone Shops #3 #CTH-10l '

and Smallfry, and Jr. Softball from 964-6286 Hwy 21 N. 473-3646 ""

Monday, Apnl 5, to Friday. May 14 1L EquaiO'pxtumtyEmPlvyer >iirtu
Any children Interested MUST bet rL setttn

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In their last all-relays meet of the BHS girls were all in the 17's. ," t i 18a '

keason Bradford High 8 track teams BUS.was also 5th in the girls mile 0 4 ar
assed the stick well enough to gain medley relay. t .le
fith-in the girls division and a tie for The Tornado boys had a pair of 3rd 4 ,. ,, ,an N Dr1e
7th- in the boys in the 13-school places. The 440 relay squad of Eric w

alatka Relays Tuesday The Tor- Lane, Herbert Hawkins, Antonio n-
Dadoes now go back to conventional Jones, and Donnie Banks was 3rd in

format meets with the emphasis on .44.5 and the distance medley crew of ae
ndividuals and the 440 and mile George Levasser, Ronald Davis, Curtis
eWys. They host 4 other schools in amftst Jones, and Richard Warren was y 1'p 70k w u', ..w,
Tuesday, April 6, at BUS. 3rd in 11:40.0:
tjie BHS girls scored 34 points to The Tornadoes were 5th in the
finish behind Buchholz 80, North discus relay, 880 sprint medley, and twl+st .r atr

Marion 67, Palatka 63, Bishop Kenny mile relay and 6th In the long jump
42;and Ocala Forest 38. The Tornado The 880 medley foursome of :. )
x>!$6 tallied 25 points to tie Bishop Bans, Jones, Hawkins and Martella ,, ,
Kenny in the running behind Palatka Moore ran 1:40.1: for what is believedto t :

14: North Marion 73, Buchholz 59, be a school record in the seldomrun -
Ocftla Forest 42, Ocala Vanguard 33, event.
and:; Alachua Santa Fe 26. ,

The only Bradford High first placerf Boys Run Chilly
:ihe night was the girls 880 sprint
medley relay team of Francine Long, Florida RelaysThe
Robin Jefferson Louette Smith, and weatherman didn't cooperateat
Pain Hawkins which showed the field all with the Florida Relays this
Its:eels and smashed a 5-year old weekend, the rain and chill putting a -
bcljool record by more than 7 seconds damper on the University of Florida- Bradford JlurdleZIp Over the Barriers...

with a 1:52: clocking. Hawkins burn- hosted event.Bradford Lady Tornado hurdlers Alesia Sheffield, left and Tyffany Grlffls, right Sheffield, Grlffls. Karen Klmulls, and Hence Shipman ran 1:12.4 for the I I
ed jfk 58 second 440 anchor leg on that High's boys took part in 7 shown here running against North Marlon girls, helped BUS set a new school record.
relay.:: relay races in the 2-day meet. The record for the 4 x 110 yard low hurdle relay Tuesday night.
the girls were disappointed in the best BHS showing was in the 880 relay.
mile relay as a fresher Palatka team where Bradford just missed qualifying Sponsors Needed for

beat them 4:10.7: to 4:14.2: and took for the final and took 11th place Girls Now #2 25.5 currently ranking number 5 in

9vf the state leadership in that event overall among some 36 schools runn- In Mile RelayThe 3A. Speed merchants Delores White Dixie ith; Ballteams
for '3A schools. ing the race. The foursome of Donnie (24.6) of Delray Atlantic and Ccrfor-

The Lady Tornadoes were also 2ndin Banks, Brad Russell, Tony Jones, and Lady Tornadoes best mile nia Polk (24,9)) of Arcadia DeSoto top
:the distance medley relay with. Herbert Hawkins turned a 1:31.6: relay clocking of 4:12.6: now stands as that chart. Hawkins 11.2 100 is also Anybody out there w int to sponsor a Dixie Youth baseball team for the
time.In the number two class 3A time recorded ?
Smith, Hawkins Cheryl Bogle, and among the state's better times upcoming season
Linda DeWitt combining for a 13:42.4: other events Bradford's boys by a Florida girls team so far as ( Delray's White leads at 10.8)) and The Starke Rec. De lartment is in need for sponsors for three Dixie
tiny that was runnerup to Ocala were 5th in the heat of the mile relay Palatka ran 4:107 at the Palatka Louette Smith's 60.4 440 best is a Youth Major (11-12 yea I r olds l ) teams and for one Dixie Boys (113.14)) team.
Forest The shuttle hurdle relay crew 340.51: 5th in a heat of the mile relays Tuesday. Just off the pace are state-class 440 time ( Ocala Sponsorship cost is $12 5, which buys uniforms for the ballplayers. The

-pence; Shipman Karen Kimutis, medley relay (3:55.33): 7th in their Jacksonville Paxon' 4:12.9: Ft. Vanguard's Toni! Wingo is at 58.4 to name of the sponsoringthe business or organization will be put on: the back of

AkBia Sheffield, and Tyffany Griffis heat of the 440 relay (44.25)), 6th in a Lauderdale Aquinas, Belle Glades lead 3A). uniforms.
placed 3rd and knocked its school heat of the 2-mile relay ((9:03.8): ),7th in Central and Titusville all 4: 15.0, and Anyone interested shnx uld, call the Bee Department ((964.6470)Floriland )
record in that event down from 1:13.2to : their heats of both the distance Ft. Lauderdale High 4: IS.3. Among the boys Bradford's Herbert
B 12.4, Kimutis zipped off her best medley relay (11:54.18)) and 4-mile In addition for BHS Pam Hawkins Hawkins has made (he 3A honor roll .
spl rt of the year in 17.2 as the last 3 relay 2231.6: shows up in the 220 honor roll with her in the 220 yard dash
ca' Realty

Phone 964-7700

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BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY
w TALK TO A REALTOR I
ThetfSchool Board of IN THE COUNTY COURTOF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT March 1982 in Starke. BARBARA lEIGHT I thence run Southerly operated within Bradford Case No 81.541CAIN 1 D-wide troiler about 'I, acre land.
Bradford County will b. BRADFORD COUNTY EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 3/25 41chg A/IS as PersonalRepresentative 208.75 feet to the Point County This. pro. RE; The Marriage of 1 acre 3 BR fireplace. Cent H t A. with Ig. barn.
applying for a Chapter II Case No. 81-341-CC CUIT OF FLORIDA IN of Beginning lying and gram consists of the FRANK, G. McLENON. 36500.
Groat (Public Law 97-35)) FOREMOST INSURANCE AND FOR BRADFORD IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF of the Estate of being in E'/s of SW '/. of transportation of 42 Husband t acres with a home, call for on appointment.
in May 1982. Th. purpose COMPANY OF AMERICA, COUNTY FLORIDA, EIGHTH THOMAS MOODY NE '/. Section 10. mentally handicapped 2 acres 3 BR home. excellent financing loins city limits
::of Chapter II I II to a foreign corporation CIVIL ACTION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN STEPHENS Township 6 South Range adults daily to and from andHELEN D. McLENON .6 plus ocres $13 000 owner will hold mtg. at 12'. with
consolidate the program authorized to do Case No. 82.122 AND FOR BRADFORD Deceased 21 East containing one the Sunshine Acres Work Wife $2 500 down

authorizations of twenty- business In the State of ROY E. WELLS husband COUNTY FLORIDA acre, more or less. Activity Center on West 3 acres $1 .SOO per acre, with 100' on SR 100 toward
.igSf ((28)) programs Intoa Florida. Plaintiff, vs. vs. PHYLLIS ANN PROBATE DIVISIONFile WATSON. FOLDS has been filed, against state Rd 16. This. includes NOTICE OF ACTION Keystone,
single authorization of i CLIFTON N. PREVATT. WELLS wife.NOTICE. Number 82-84 GP STEADHAM, SPROULL you and you are required transportation on IS oil some financing to o qualified buyer.
grants to states. The I and DEBORAH A. OF SUIT Division: 1.3381 CHRISTMANN & to serve a copy of' your weekly appointments TO: HELEN D. 5 acres with born
PublU; Is Invited to submit PREVATT, Defendants, NO PROPERTYTo IN RE: The Estate of BRASHEARBY written defenses if any and regular scheduled MclENON 313 Live Oak h.nl"gPI..as. Call

f put or suggestions NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S : PHYLLIS ANN THOMAS MOODY : James E. Sproull Jr. to it on RICHARD E. WELTY field trips Drive. Swansboro NC VcrnleOdom, Broker. 2
la bl utilized In writing SALE WELLS, Address STEPHENS Deceased 527 East University Plaintiffs attorney The purpose of this 28516 GRI. Phone 964.5476.J.R.
Associate
this program. If you havea NOTICE IS HEREBY Unkown. You are hereby NOTICE OF Avenue, Post Office Box: whose address is 954> notice Is to advise all interested Kelly,

r.comm ndotlons( ) GIVEN that I, Dolph E. notified that an action ADMINISTRATIONTO 1070, Gainesville,, North Temple Avenue, transit and 1 YOU ARE HEREBY
regarding the Chapter II j ddjhSheriffpf Brad-. for DIssolutlon-oMMor- ALL PERSONS HAV"ING' ;, Florida 32602. P.O. Box ,9.95 Starke, paratronut operators of' NOTIFIED that on actIon
Program:; pleas. contact ford Florida CLAIMS OR! Florida 32091 service being, plannedfor '
County rlage has been filed 904/312.840' Attorney on or for dissolution, of mar ERR
the ;Chapter II Coordinator under and by virtue of a against you and you are DEMANDS AGAINST THE for Personal Represenlative. before April 30 1982. providing transportation nage, as styled above, -
by April 23 1982. Writ of Execution required to serve a copyof ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL. and file the original with i services for the has been brought FHULKNE
at the address listed heretofore Issued out of your written defenses, OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED the Clerk ,of the Court I elderly and handicapped against you in the above-
below: the above-entitled if any to It, on the plain. IN THE ESTATE:; 3/25 21chg 4/.1 either before service onPlaintiff's i within 'the area described styled Court seeking REALTY
The School Board of Court, In the above- tiffs attorney, who. YOU ARE HEREBY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT* attorney or Immediately above, and to insure dissolution, of marriage

Bradford County, 582 styled cause, have levied name and address .Is NOTIFIED that the administration FOR BRADFORD COUNTY thereafter; the/ such a program and other relief and you '- -
North Temple Avenue, upon the following property Dudley P. Hardy. P.A., of the Estateof FLORIDA- otherwise a default will I would not represent a are required to file' your :, : ; 064-50G5 j.1
THOMAS MOODY ,
Starke. Florida 32091 situate, lying and P.O. Drawer 1030. CIVIL ACTION be entered against' you i duplication of current or response lo Husband .
Phone: 904-964-6800 being in Bradford County. Starke, Florida 32091 STEPHENS deceased.. \ Case No. 82.125FLORIDA for the relief demandedIn I proposed services provided Petition with the Clerk of' >
File Number 82 84 GP is
ext. 6. Florida to-wit: and file the original with BANK AT the Complaint. by existing transit said Court and to serve a
1tchg 4/1 Lots 3,4.5 and 6, Block the clerk of the above pending In the Circuit I STARKE, Plaintiff vs. WITNESS my hand and I or paratransit operators copy thereof upon Hus Lafayette. St Across from Wishbone
14 and lots 3 and 4 of styled court on or before Court for Bradford County KENNETH C. PADGETT the seal of this*Court on in the area.Comments. band attorney,, whose OFFICE HOURS: t

IN THE COUNTY COURTOF Half-Block 6 of the City of April 16. 1982; otherwise Florida Probate Division of-i and SHEILA K. PADGETT March '16. 1982. either for name and address appear Monday Friday 7-5 Saturday 9. 12 noon
the address
BRADFORD COUNTY Lawtey, West of judgement may be Defendants. Gilbert S. BrownAs or against this .service by hereon on or
Case No. 8\oA46.CCBOB railroad being In Section entered against you for which Is Bradford Stork.CountyCourthouse NOTICE OF ACTION Clerk of the CourtBy such public and private before April '14. 1982. VERSATILE BUSINESS LO( oldiN) Assum mart

GORDON,' d/b/a 23, ,Township 5 South, the relief demanded In TO KENNETH C. : Linda ChandlerDeputy transit and paratransit Herein fail not or a LOVELY BRICK 4 BR 2' both I acre workshop 8' I'.
I :
GORDONS( HUT: .IONDITIONINGwloinliff!; ; Range. 22 East In Bradford he complaint or petition. Florida. The personalrepresentative of the, PADGETT and SHEILA K. Clerk operators will, be received default' will be taken Ins rote
,, County, Florida, WITNESS hand and I 3/18 4tchg 4/8 at any time within admitting
vs. my Is BARBARA PADGETT Post Office against you 18 ACRES with frame house on Hwy I2S Lawtey
AFFORJDAJUE" HOMES OF as the property of the the seal of said Court on estate 2173 Klrtlond, New thirty ((30)) days from the the allegations of said BUILDING LOTS Bessent Rd extra good if
LEIGH whose address Is i Box "' price you
date hereof All
comments
FLORIDA INC., "Defendant. above-named Defendants March IS. 1982. Petition
Mexico 87417. PU.. Lid N )TlCt buy all 9SARATOGA
Route 1 Box 283,
NOTICE. OFSHERIFPS and that on the Gilbert S. Brown The YOU ARE HEREBY All Iniereittv) public should be addressed WITNESS my hand and HEIGHTS 3 BR 28. C B. Excellent terms
Brooker Florida.
'SAl *' '26th day of April. 1982. As Clerk of said Court and NOTIFIED that an action private and paratransit to Bob Larimer the seal of this. Court the GATOR BONE Lake lot
address of the
NOTICE ISilHEREBY( Monday' ( atone o'clockon By: Beulah MoodyAs name to foreclose a mortgage operators within, Bradford Director of Bradford I I 10th day of March 1902. 7 ACRES.Hwy :301 South Septic & Elec hook up,
GIVEN that I E. said day on the Clerk personal representative's Association for Retarded I GILBERT S. BROWN
Dolph Deputy
.I. on the following property County ore hereby BALDWIN AREA 3 BR brick S28 500.
Reddish SheTriff: ol Brad- premises of the Bradford ,3/18/tchg 4/8 attorney or. setforth Citizens' P O Box 509 As Clerk of said Court' bath .
below. in Bradford County advised that the Department BEAUTIFUL 3 BR 2 12 W with built on s. many ex
ford C.tWl\tyq/prida.( / County Sheriff's Office, I Starke. Fla. 32091' with a BY BEULAH MOODY fish
Florida: of Transportation Iras pond.
All
under antf; b virture of al 1 will offer for sale and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO persons having \ copy furnished to Pete
# REGISTER FICTITIOUS claims or demand.agaln.I Commence at the SW for a capital grant under of| As Deputy Clerk DAY CXSOLDITER( ) .
sell Croft Department
Writ of Execution to the highest bidder NAME the estate are corner of E Vi of SW V of Section I6b( ) ((2)) of' the' CROSBY LAKE lot with dock 100' on water.
for hand theabovedescribed Transportation Lake City
heretofore Jssued out of cash In NE4 and Urban Moss 2 BR. W H. on I $10 SOO
[ Pursuant to Section required. WITHIN THREE run Easterly Transportation ANDERSON E. HATFIELD acre
Court the tWt Vf.'.*AHt'!.d the property of the 865.09. Florida Statutes, ((3)) MONTHS FROM THE along South line 208.75 Act of 1964 as 3'18, Flo 4tchg 752.3300.48 Attorney 'for Husband SEE THIS lovely home on 54th St out 16W.

Incithe/ .abovefttyled said, as Defendants property to' notice Is hereby given DATE OF THE FIRST feet for Point of Beginn- amended for the purchase 4114NW13St.Gain.svllle..FI32601. BESSENT RD. 3 BR. 2 bath many extras $65 OOQ good
cause;have levied that the undersigned, PUBLICATION OF THIS ing, thence continue of ((2)) 1S passengervans terms,
.. .
upon th) following' )' pro.perty'situote satisfy sold Execution. Gerald Crawford. 1534 S. NOTICE to file with the Easterly 208.75 feet la be used for the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 904 377.5704 SOUTHGATE. nice 3 BR, I't. both Ig l R. with
DOLPH E. REDDISH
and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
; lying Walnut St., Slarke. Flo:. clerk of the above courta thence run Northerly transportation of elderlyand 3 II 4tchg 4 01 bnoutiful' firoplace
OF BRADFORD
being In Bradford' Cpynly -' SHERIFF sole or joint owners, do written statement of 208.75 feet, thence run handicapped persons OF FLORIDA IN HWY 230 handy lSO\.D) ecial
Florida. to-wit:, COUNTY, FLORIDA AND FOR BRADFORD
Ing business under the claim or demand Westerly 208.75 feet Service Is being, CALL ST investment property
Lot One ((1)t) South 56 4/1 4tchg 4/22 any COUNTY
VERSATILE BUSINESS
firm of Starke Tire they have. Each building on Hwy 301 N.
nom. ----
may
feet of Lot Two ((2)) of the .
I ACRE between Slarke & I Keystone. terms
Service, 1534 S. Walnut' claim must be In writing
R.N. DOWLING' ADDITION NOTICE OF TAKING BIDS St., Starke. Fla. intends and must Indicate the Bradford-Union Realtors News NEXT DOOR to Court House. Service Station Bldg. with
to the Town QfStark. YOU.. ARE HEREBY Ig 101.PERRYMAN.
said fictitious basis for the claim the
to register ,
.. Florida, as that the School Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Announce
per NOTIFIED name under the' name and address of the ESTATE sell all or sell house to be moved
map or plat thereof Board of Bradford County aforesaid statute. Dated creditor his Private) Property Week and Contest 3 BR, I bath Stucco on I acre
or agent or
recorded In Deed Book F, Florida, will accept this 15th day of March attorney, and the April 18-24 CHERRY ST 3 BR I both frame only SI8.000.
page 557, public recordsof sealed bids for the 1982. amount claimed. If th. 5 ACRES & fix up house on Morgan Road

Bradford County, following described property 3/18 4tchg 4/8 claim Is not due, the 130 BEAUTIFUL Acres with many extras Hwy. 12$.
yet .
Florida In Bradford Courtty -'. date It will become due The Bradford Union Board of Realtors will hold. its annual Private Property. Week Contest low ley area e

as the property of the Florida: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO shall be slated. If the April 18-24. LOVELY 3 BR 2 bath brick home on Call St Lg lot.
above-named Defendant Lots 8. 9.13. and 14. of REGISTER FICTITIOUS claim is The contest will consist of two categories residential, and commercial in two divisions, 6 ACRES 3 miles E. of lake Butler

,and that on the Block 2 In Davis and NAME contingent, .the natureof orunllquldoled. Bradford County and Union County I ACRE 3 BR "I'i both brick 3 miles E of Lake Butler _
26th day of April, 1982 Truby's Addition to the Pursuant to Section the shall The Board sponsors the contest to remind citizens that the right lo own transfer and WASHINGTON(SOLO) R. 2 both
Monday, at one o'clockon Town of Starke, In Section 865.09, Florida Statutes be stated uncertainty If the claim Is use land is fundamental to)the free enterprise system and the only way to keep the essential 10 ACRES Hwy. 225.

said day on the 28, Township 6 notice I. hereby given .secured the private properly rights Is to protect them. CANAL LOT on Crosby Loke i iI
premises of the Bradford South. Rang. 22 East, that the undersigned be described securityshall The To be eligible to enter the contest one must have Improved property sometime between 1 ACRE nice land with 2 BR S built on M H. A garage. i
County Sheriff's Office, I per plat thereof recorded Martin W. Gotls. P.O. claimant shall deliver May I, 1981 to April, 24. 1982. The residential entries may consist of homes or apartments fenced 18500.

will offer for sole and In Deed Book E at Box Illl St rk.. Florida sufficient of the interior and exterior Commercial includes interior or exterior Improvements.The 30' i ACRE Hwy. 229 with nice 3 BR I I' > both brick
sell to the highest bidder'for page 521, public recordsof sole or joint owners, doing claim to copies the clerk to winners of this contest will receive gifts from merchants in !Bradford! and Unio many extrasBUILDING .

cash in hand the i Bradford County, business under the enable the clerk mall counties. LOT Westmoreland St
above-described property Florida. firm name of Douglas (I to each to All entires must be presented with a before and after photograph of any size, black an< LARGE $ Br home in town over acre of land.
as the property of the This property Is also Battery of Slorke. 401 N, one ) copy personal white, or color bearing entrants name. address and phone number on the back of tho OLDER FRAME home in town Good rental.

said Defendant to satisfy known as the Palmetto Temple Av., Starke, representative.All InterestedIn photo Deadline to enter is April 24, 1982. BRICK HOME with Family Room. I II I'. VA Mtg.
said Execution. Street Bus Barn and also. Florida Intends to the persons estate to whom o All entries become 'the' property of Bradford Union Board of Realtors Inc and n< APPROX 31 ACRES of high land with' Cage layer e
DOLPH E. REDDISH. known as the "Old Bus register said fictitious photographs will be returned Chicken Farm
of this Notice of Administration
SHERIFF OF BRADFORD Barn." name under the copy has been No Realtor or Realtor Associate or their immediate family may enter NICE 3 year old home on 4 A.Terms. ;n.e

COUNTY, FLORIDA Sealed bids will be accepted aforesaid statute. mailed are required 2 HSOlOlWoter( ) St.

4/1 4tchg 4/22 up to 7:00 p.m.on Doted this 18 day of ,WITHIN THREE ((3)) MON. Name ____- I, _... --- --- .. 40 A. NICE LAND good area SI.700 acre
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO I Monday. April 19. 1982. March 1982 In Stark.' THS FROM THE DATE OF a APPROXIMATELY 100 ACRES LAND. $1 .000 acre. '

REGISTER FICTITIOUS i Bidder are hereby noticed 3/25 4lchg 4/15 THE FIRST PUBLICATION NICE GOING business family. Terms Terms
NAME that there may be a 2 BUILDING '
lots
town Some .
'OF THIS NOTICE to file in mortgageLARGE
delay oi 30 days or more NOTICE OF INTENTION Address \\t \ -.--., _. r -- .-
Pursuant to Section i 9 BR home 3 .
FICTITIOUS 'any objections( they may \ .... ',:, ', ;: no.; T on arre*
REGISTER
TO
before the best bid .Is
665.09 Florida Statutes oc- ,
COMPLETE DAIRY op.rallon. 171
hove that challenge the acres, terms
notice Is hereby given i cepted.TheSchoolBoardof NAME |I [validity of the decedent ," ),.wri,? .' available
that the undersigned Bradford County, Pursuant to Section | will the qualifications of Phone 't Category-i. .: -v. __I (CCommerciol) 1 (R) Residents"T 10 ACRES LAND W Ig. trees, off Hwy 315 fInancing
Thomas A. Reddish 1417 1 Florida hereby reserves 865.09, Florida Statutes, available .
all bids notice 'S| hereby given the personal representative 'J'' c S .. It r 1 i ;: : / t('! t tlocation 6 I
the to
right reject
Bebag St., Stark., Floe or the venue or .. .! / I LAKE BUTLER $\ QV.Oljwn. 2 BR Owner fInancing.
that the undersigned .t,
sole or joint owners do- as being too low. ; '' <, 20 ACRES.$1.250 6
jurisdiction of the court. acre Assum
per Mortgage
further Information Joe Bulo 322 S. Walnut '' .":Q" ;,, >! .', ,
Ing business under the Any 1> '
< All CLAIMS. of Property_----____ __.':.., H 20 ACRES part wooded and part improved.
firm be obtained| St., Slarke. Florida sole : "
name of Handyman i may ,
THRIVING BUSINESS'
Recent
DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS price reduction. Call To-
Fence Company, JV4 .from the business office. or joint owners doing 't'l;:! day.
NOT SO FILED : ; : l". ", -
business under the firm
miles Dated Starke "
N. 301 Intends to i In ,,WILL
register said fictitious i' Florida this 22nd day of\ name of Slarke Power I! BE FOREVER BAR. Division (Inl.rlo""t.ror'r.1.. i ; ) .j, ;t. ,f. v. __ __-,.--._. ___ Houses end Apartments For Rent

name under the i March, 1981.Thomas Equipment Intends to RED.Date ol the first 1, Property Management Services
aforesaid statute. Dated I I. Ca..y'Jr.Sup.rlnt.ndent register said fictitious publication of this Noticeof Mail Entry To: 2'. ir't1>'l"U.. '. Appraisals
'
this 15th day of March ofSchools I name under the Administration Is 737 S. Walnut St.Stork. Susan M. Faulkner.Rf ALTORM4SO45Irene

1982. aforesaid statute. j March 25. 1982. .. Flo. 32091 L. Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATS' .9L4.5142
3/18 4tchg 4/8 3/25 2tchg 4/1 Dated this 22 day of Lucille S r -BROKERSALESMAN-'* .>4M

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i; District-Leading BHS Baseballers go to 1O-4 Ruddy -1 Names. .

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:. :.'
Continuing to beat the ball with BIIS Buchholz 0 time and again in this important Si' 'T ,,"I.' and :
District clash last Thursday at home V / i
authority while trying to dodge jIlings /#
Scott Allen celebrated his return to
boiled ..
rainouts the Bradford High baseball but the pot finally over in the
the mound with a 1-hitter as he out- Faces
3 of 4 last week to last inning as the Raiders rallied to 4
l:. team won games r dueled Bobcat ace Larry Lyons 5-0 in (J :
win 43.
, push its record to 10-4( and stay atop
District 5-AAA clash in
important
an
hJ District 5-AAA with a 5-1 mark. Gainesville. In each of the first 4 innings big

f. After a frustrating 4-3 loss to Santa defensive plays snuffed out Santa Fe '
j' Fe last Thursday the Tornadoes came 1l, rt1 Allen the second narrowly time missed of the season a nohitterfor (the rallies as BUS clung to a 1-0 lead after Sports Editor ? ., :
6-3 ride ScottAllen's Randy Parado scored on a wild pitch.
back ,
to Middleburg
top !YR first was against Keystone) as the An RBI single by Hudson made it :
I' 1-hitter to a 5-0 blanking of ;
lone Buchholz hit soft chinker
was a
2-0 but the Tornado luck ran out in the
Buchholz, and then club St. Augustine
that just escaped third baseman
fourth as Santa Fe struck for 2 runs on
in Tuesday night. That
12-2 5 innings '
the Tornadoes to 10-4( which is P rr J? Ricky Sullivan's glove. Allen struckout 2 errors to tie the game up. ...The Starke Gator Quarterback Club has on tap a cookout Saturday,April .
pushed better than they were at the 7 and walked 5 as he raised his BUS came back in the sixth to take 17, after Florida's Orange and Blue scrimmage. game. Kickoff is 6 p.m. for' :

one same game time last year (&5) before record to 2.1 for the year, 18-8 for his the lead again on an error but left the the cookout at the Civil Defense Building... .

finishing 19-7, the best record in BIIS L1rI1y ,career.The game was a (0-0 standoff for bases loaded.

baseball history four innings before Randy Parado put The precarious 3-2 lead didn't hold. ...The Elite-Machine: team will be playing this weekend at Drew Park in
The Tornadoes host CHS Wednesday 1i : an end to that with a line-drive homerto Santa Fe plated 2 runs to take the lead Jacksonville in a softball tournament that also includes Softball City of

March 31, and Buchholz Thursday right center in the fifth. Later before Fender, who suffered his first Detroit, The Creek of Jacksonville, and Ray's Metal Works of Gainesville.First .

April 1, ((7:30): ) in.key district -:;.. -., ..-.- Robert Carver and Sullivan had back- mound loss despite giving up just 5 game for Elite-Machine is 7:45: Friday night...
hits, got out of the jam by snagging a
matchups. .
to-back doubles to make it 2-0 and
RANDY PARA DO
)line drive that might have scored 2
"We're still too er
making many
Was 3-for-4 In the win over St. Allen helped himself with an RBI
rors and not making the routine more runs if it had whistled by him. Hope Jackson Gains All-Area Honor...
plays, but we keep on hitting the Augustine Tuesday night and slapped single. BIIS went down 1-2-3 in the bottomof Add another honor to the list gained by Lady Tornado basketballer Hope
3 extra base hits the Including
bal ." BUS Coach Mike Hartley said during week 6-Middleburg 3 the seventh to end the game. The Jackson. Jackson, a 3-sport athlete for her career at BUS is a hardcourt
in a simple capsule of the season so a booming home run. Tornadoes out-hit Santa Fe 9-5 but specialist, and last week was named to the 1st team of the Gainesville Sun'S
far. The Tornadoes are literally out- BHS pilfered Middleburg blind with committed 4 errors to the Raiders 1. All-Area team.

hitting their mistakes in the field. Parado 3-of-4 with 3 2 9 stolen bases and added 8 hits, 3 of R H I Jackson, a 5-3 guard who can shoot with the
was runs, .
them doubles, in beating the Broncos
rodlord 132 39 11 II 4
boys, ended her career with BHS girls recordsfor
RBIs, and a double and Allen was 3-4 at home. ('. Augultlno' 000 20 2 2 4
6-3 night
BUS 12- St. Augustine 2 with 1 run, 3 ribbies, and 2 doubles. Parado Friday led the basestealers with 3 W. Fondor(|.11.) L. A.odlllau.oHSi scoring in a game (31)), season ((449 points,
21. Allon((2)), Parodo.rodford 21.4 per game average) and career (980). Her
Chaff 2-3 with 2 and 3 RBI's
BHS slapped a dozen hits to the was runs swipes while Scott Hudson and
for this is the best for
scored in the Sullivan 1-4 but with 3 RBIs, and scoring average year any
Yellow Jackets 3 and was Fender both had 2 steals. Hudson and 000 013 0 5. 2 BHS.I .
at
first 4 innings to wrap the game up in Hudson was 1-2 with 3 walks, 3 runs, Ricky Sullivan were both 2-for-3 at the luchholi MO 000 0 0 I 0 boy or girl ever
the honor this
to Sun
W. All.. was happy see girls
abbreviated fashion. and 4 steals. Hudson pushed his stolen (Ml.l.Lyana.) i
with doubles while Clayton Nor
plate II. INS Sulll..n.C..a.NIH since our girl athletes don't get much
The first 5 Tornadoes Scott Hudson base count to 19 for the year and 54 for added anoither double. year
man Hit.Farodo.
recognition of the all-conference sort, etc. But,
Richie Fender, Randy Parado, his career. The career-total ties a Hudson was the benefactor of all % ,
should have had the
Scott Allen,and Andy Chaff reached school mark set by Kenny Clark and the offense as the winning pitcher. lie Mlddl.b.,. 100 020 0 .. 1 t 4radlord BHS some girls on second
third honorable mention teams. BHS 14-7 ,
or
120 012 411 was
base in the of the first BUS Hudson has at least 10 scheduled a
top as went all the way, giving up just 6 hits W. Hudson((2.II.) trtm.. and second in the District this year and got just 1
greeted the hosts with 5 runs in its games left to add to the record. .
.
but walking 9. IIIHSi Hudton, Norman Sullivan Ml lotion.lonloF Hope on the list while schools like Bronson and ,
first at bat. Fender was the winning pitcher, going
Bell had
BHS scored 3 more in the second, 2 the distance and striking out 6 000 020 2 4(1 3 selected.
Santa Fe oJ -. HIlS 3 rodlord 010 101 0 2' 4 On the boys honor roll the Tornadoes leading
while his record
in the third, and 2 in the fourth to win walking 4 to push to '
W. tents Pondor
((4-1))
scorer and rebounder Eddie Thompkins was an
going away.Tennis. 5-1 The Tornadoes got out of hot water ItParado(I).
honorable mention choice... '
Dead-Eye
...It's about time department: Bradford High Hope Jackson
lti School will host the District 5-AAA track and
7
Boys t field meet this year. The event this year scheduled for April 29, has been
held at Santa Fe the last two years but with the work being done on the BITS
+ J oval the Tornado facility is the best in the District. BUS is also in the runningto

host the Region championships.

Sweep Pair

Ad Good April 2 thur April 8. 1982


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.A.-r LOW FOOD F
was a great week for the BUS
boys, not so great for the girls in high Mixed Smoked Fresh

school tennis last week. Pork Chops Picnic Shoulders Ground Beef1.53u
The Tornado netters blanked Santa

Fe 7-0 in Gainesville last Thursdayand ,' rtl + 1.59ib. 89 ib. b.
then whitewashed Clay High by
the same 7-0 count here in Starke Everyday Prices Comparel!

Tuesday to up their record to 6-2 for I+ 4a T-Bone Steak. . . . . . . . . 3.19lb.
the year. Conversely the girls were I ?ti. .n 'I a lit

losing 4-3 in an excrutiatingly close .'JIlt Sirloin Steak . , . 2.99 Lb.
4-3 match against Santa Fe before los

ing to Clay 5-2 and dropping to 4-4 on" Select Rinso 40, oz.-S"s: :$;
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the season. ,
The Tornado doubles team of d Laundry -j IR.*nwi.t, \,
top J 5 9
Beef
Craig Sapp and Eddie Winkler upped ,rr Detergent I +tax Dixie LilyRice
i their pel elect mark to 7-0 with easy
wins In both matches. Winkler also BMS BasketballIs 1 Liver 5Lbs.
upped his impressive record at ,, .e

number 2 singles to 7.1 with wins both Competitive! 5 Lb. Limit SUGAR Bee 1 4 9

times out while Sapp and number 4 Last neck the teachers played . . .
man Jeff Johnson pushed their logs to
the students! in basketball games
6-2 with twin victories. Also, Phil at the Bradford Middle School gym 69 Delta 1.09

Miller won twice to go to 5-3 at and the action was hot and heavy.On lb.
number 3 and 5th man Shane Johnson the court the battles were Paper 79c

improved to 4-2 with 2 victories.A sometimes (ferocious such as In 24 oz Towels . +tax
bright spot for the girls continuedto the picture above where the mid- t4 K 1 F Wesco or
be the play of Faith Roberts, the dle school girls and female 42 OZ.
CampsWieners Field Trail
number 4 player who more often than
teachers! loose ball. In
scrap over a Bake RiteShortening
not has had to move up to number 2 or the picture are, from left to right: 1. 4 9 Chunx

3. Despite that Roberts is 6-2 in Stacey Reddish Jan Morrow . .
singles and 6-1 in doubles play. Tina (teacher, Bonnie Geiger Beverly 21% 1000

Bowen lost Tuesday but is 5-2 in Haby, Karen Black (teacher)* and Per Pack 8 Pack 16 oz 6-12 oz. Cans DOG FOOD

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1982 Fair Underway; Sweepstakes Winners Collect Ribbons 18ar le*


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Annette John Reichert 7 n-
Balkcom's sun dress with '. t
Ceramics: 1)) David Hamilton; 1)) 'D'y tete
jacket won the Junior 4-H c v k '
sweepstakes and Kenny Howard's Bonnie Benson; 2) Becky Anderson 'fr. 4: ; 'SSblh .
.e
handmade fishing rod rack won the Crocheted Articles: 2)) Susan !to it ;. ,.'yf.: ;! ,0. + 9 ;;.r' f i.w k t v,
senior top award in the 4H Division at Peugh; 3)) Bonnie Benson '.( t. :. x v ." +1.i: ,
the 1982 Bradford County Fair. Neddlepolnt Articles: 2) Cathy I'

I Miss Balkcom, 13, a 7th grader at Tarleton :I- ,.,- .jtl..;, .
Bradford Middle School and the Miscellaneous: 1)) Lisa Mosley; 1)) 0\
:
daughter of James and Barbara Shannon Ford; 1) Bryan King; 1)) t
Balkcom, said she made the purple Bonnie Benson; 1) Susan Peugh; 2) ,- .
.
!
print dress for Easter last year. Becky Anderson; 2) Debbie Wimberly ..
Grandma is making her Easter dress ; 2)) Keith Moody; Tammy Moody;
this'year, Annette says. 2) Michael Becker; 2) Melissa May;
Howard, 16, and a junior at the vo- 2) Stephanie King; 3) Annette
.1 tech center and Bradford High, is the Balkcom; 3)) Donna Wimberly;
son of Thomas and Charlene Howard 3)Tammy Moody;
i| of Lawtey. Kenny's favorite claSs if Class VI '
carpentry at the vo-tech center. HorticultureExhibit P' /'

1 The fishing rod rack is made of of Merit: 2) Lesley Trowell
\ scrap cypress. The only cost was the plOslllOfeVII
| gas used to burn the wood and the Miscellaneous ProjectsPot
'* paint used to finish it. Holders and Magnets: 1)) ,
Arts & Crafts ribbon winners aVe Rhonell Estes; 1)) Donna Mowry; 2))
I listed below, 1) blue ribbon, 2) red, Allison Archey; 2) Lesley Trowell; 2) .

and 3)) white: Jill Powers; 2)) Randy Balkcom; 2) w *x ,. N'kl
David Reichert 3)) John Reichert : I 7
1 BEST OVEn ALL: Kenny Howard ; u ?
Fish Pole Hack), Senior Division: Safety: 2) Kenny Howard i ti'l I4i&
Annette Balkcom (2 piece outfit), Recreation: 1)) Susan Peugh; 2) ? l
Junior Division Tony Anderson
Wood Working: 1)) David Hamilton;
Class I 1)) Jim Starling; 1)) Kenny Howard; 2) ,
Baked Products Tony Anderson; 2) Michael Becker; ;; # ,.

2) Bryan King; 3) Tommy Balkcom; Howard..used
rod rack the
+ Candies: 1)) Jason Howard Kenny scrap cypress to build this fishing ,
3) John Reichert Bruce Howard
}) Brownies: 1) Amy Tison; 2) Ann 3),Jason Howard; 3) ; sweepstakes winner in the Senior 4-11 Division at the 1982 Bradford County

\ Starling Eggs: 3) Sheryl Wimberly Fair.

'_\ Plain Cakes: 1) Becky Tarleton Project Of Merit: 1)) Tony Anderson, and John Arthur Reddish, completedhis Drawing Awards Junior Division:
; Inhibit: of Merit Class: 2) II Honor Martin, 1) Susan Peugh; 2) Bonnie Benson; 3) drawing of a pheasant taking BLUE RIBBONS (1st place): Fifth

Annette Balkcom; 3) Tammy Jo flight in art class at BMS. Art and PE Grade Science at Starke Elementary, sr
Muffins: 1)) Tammy Jo Tatum Tatum are Chad's favorite classes, because Chuck Mullins, Shane Martin, Chris
Yeast Loaf: 2) Bryan King, Late entries winners: 1) Tim Col- there is no homework. Powell, Renec Butler, Matt Hutchinson -
1 Exhibit of Merit: 2) Drew Andrews, eman (string art) 3) Penny Stalnaker Ribbon winners in the 4-H Division Cathy Hatmaker, David Thorpe,
Class III (pillows); 3) Nannette Stalnaker; are indicated by1)) blue ribbon, 2) Chad Reddish, Ashley Burkhalter
Canned Products 1) Rhonda Alvarez (picture) ; red, 3)) white: Bobbie Westcott, Chris Durban and
Marmalades Jams: 2) Stephanie Darlene Seay: ((dish cloth-1 apron2 Link Bishop
King picture-3)). Second Place: Andy Smith, Robbie

Class IV about Craven, Todd Gillenwaters, Penny ....- --..-...- -...- -- r--1' "Cl
Donna Parado's short story a 1u. \ Hsieh, Billy Harrison, Brian Fitchett,
Clothing"IJron runner with a heart condition and Bobbie Joe Melton, Richard Taylor. Hilton Colematl..shows a huge varigated Inch pl.int grown at l.awtey
: 1)) Adrian Kuhn, 2) Tammy Chad Reddish'spencil drawing of a
Third Place Len Jones and
: Tommy Correctional Institution which Is the over-all sweepstakes inner in the Horticulture
Moody pheasant taking flight are the winners Jonathan Rowe.Drawings Division juding at the 1982 Bradford County Fair.
Blouse or Shirt: 1) Annette of the new Student Achievement com Senior Division: 1st

Balkcom; 2)) Tammy Moody petition at the 1982 Bradford County Place: Andrea Williams Bianca Church Williams, Ricky Stilt. Clyde Sumner Jr., Theresa
Dress: 1) Melissa May Fair. Simpson, Cheryl Bogle, Billy Miller SullivanRoland Coleman, Chris. KenDavis, Urenda Gnffis Ann Baker
i 2-i'iece Outfit: 1) Annette Balkcom School teachers are in charge of the Hsieh and
Wendy Angela Montgomery, ner, Vince Culverson. Malda Dclestrc. Mark Pierce Penny
I Class VHousehold booths in the old county civil defense Ralph Chapman, Luther Cooper 2nd Place: Wendell Tomlinson,

Arts building. The booth spaces were paid Wayne Sutton, Chris Robinson, Cary Mise Glen Barnes, Thomas PU'ase .';('(' /O/{<' ill
for by the Bradford Education
; Wall Hangings : 1) Annette
Balkcom 1)) Bonnie Benson 2) Don- Association.
; ;
Limberly; 2) Lisa Mosley; 2)) Donna 14, an 8th grader at Brad-. Prices Effective thru April 4, 1982
!Melissa May; 2)) Susan Peugh; 3) ford Middle School, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Parado. Donna ,
Tony Anderson ; 3)) Sheryl Wimberly;
runs about two miles every day at her
I ;. Tommy Balkcom.Crafts IX home on 'Hampton Lake, and is amembeP' hrj k. : ; '"
Holiday : ; "
naPeuKing Coach George Leper's ..... ,. .. .. I
, 'a 1)) Bonnie i Benson] 2) ; ) '" w- !
Lesley Trowell; 3),Amy Peugh Road Runners at BMS. Come shop. come see. /
Framed The story is about a girl with a .
Picture: 2)) Ann Starling
Donna Para do.
.
heart problem who loved to run but ...$ a
Macrame Lori Mann Donna
: 1)) 1)
; was not supposed to., The heroine sweepstakes winner in the new Stu- l
Mowry
; entered a race, her friends helpedher dent Achievement competition at the
1) Kenny Howard; 2)) Bruce Howard
and she Donna 1982 Bradford County Fair.
won. says.
Decoupage: 1) Tommy Balkcom 2)
Kieth Moody, 3)) David Hamilton;; 3)) Chad, a 6th grade son of Barbara come save !



I Gas Prices Are Coming DownRegister I
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the
c: ; TG&Y is place

By Tony Burke did point to one potential were spent to,convert the pumps to
BCT Start)TriterThere's "problem". the higher price. Now some of them -

"When prices went over the dollar may not be equipped to sell below the ;: -"!! to buy the finest
a regular war goin" on :
"
gas per gallon mark, millions of dollars dollar a gallon price. Lti
out there. \
And an unleaded gas war too. J"rem.

Gasoline prices here are beginningto Starke Regular Unleaded Unleaded \ fabrics at the

lead the state's downward trend, _
with Starke stations showing some of Tenneco $1.05.9 $1.11.9' ".19.9 >

the lowest prices around. LI1' Champ $1.05.9 $1,11.9 C: lowest prices !

Gulf distributor Freeman Register Gulf (US-301 N.) ; \ .

confirmed that prices have fallen .15 self serv 109.9 $1.26.9 $1.29.9 "
to .18 cents per gallon since the begin-
full $1.37.9 $1.43.9
ning of the year. "I look for the dollar- serv 4
a-gallon barrier to be broken soon" Citgo .r f

Register said. "Everybody will; shoot self serv $1.05.9 111.9 $1.12.9
for that magic $.99.9.'' full serv 125.9 $1.30.9 $1.31.9

Late last Friday ( Mar 26), Gulf
Stuckey's out on US-301 N. lowered
( US 301-SR 100)
for unleaded and
prices regualr gas to
$99.9 per gallon. At Stuckey's, all gas self serv $1.09.9 $1.15.9 $1.21.9
is pumped by the attendant, offering -1-
no discount for self-service fuel. full serv $1.17.9 $1.23.9 $1.29.9 \) tju.

Eastern
"The word has spread fast," said a
Stuckey's attendant. "We've begun to full serv $1.12.8 113.9 '

have lines of people here waiting for self serv $1.05.8 $1.11.8 = = e I A e e e ry w.J a Ida O ..1 -

gas." Exxon : at
; ,_,__,-
.. According to recent figures from self serv $1.08.9 $1.13.9 $1.23.9 -
the Peninsula AAA Motor Club, full wa u
gasoline prices in Florida have drop, serv $1.31.9 $1.35.9 142.9

ped 3.7 cents per gallon in the last 30 Pepo $1.05.9 $1.11.9 $1.19.9 Shop for all your
: days making that the largest drop in Flna $1.17.0 ,
$1.12.0 accessories too! \ t \ 1
'
sewing ,
price since the early 1970's and the Chevron
beginning of the Arab oil boycott. Buttons, tapes, zippers, tM
123.0 $1.31.0
self serv 115.9 lace thread and morel! 301 South FABRIC SHOPS
"We've had plenty of gas for the full serv $1.22.0 $1.26.0 $1.32.0 ,
past year," said John Torode, of Starke, Fl.
Torode Oil Co., a Shell distributor. "I Shell
think it'll go down past $1 a gallon (US 301-SR 100) $1.22.4 1.28.4 $1.3-1.4
before it levels off." .
Triple-A's Florida survey showedan Stuck y's_ $.99.9 $.99.9
average price of all grades of fuel
at full-service pumps at $1.36.5 per get the most for
gallonthe lowest price in nearly 14 Lake Butler I 1.1
months. your sewing dollar I Yd. Yd.

Motorists using self-service pumps John's 16 $1.21.9 $1.2-1.9 31.28,9 Courtesy Print a Plains From WamsutUnbl.a Pnd Muslin By Rockland Industrie'
could save an additional .15 cents per with easy, versatile t&PscdIcs..nbrant prints or bold solids Excellence Versatile manes anything from dish' towels' to
for unleaded and .19.5 Gulf In fabrics for spring and summer drapes Easy to cars o'tooIMaelnn.washabt.
gallon $1.21.5) doubleknit. Designed from IOCS, Cotton Percale, 35/38' Designed from 10OH Cotton On full bolts.
cents per gallon by using self service self serv $1.U.9 $1.22.9 ... wide Machine wasnible Full bolts 37/38'wide Keg ,98yd.3.98va .

regular. full serv $1.23.9 $1.31.9
The average price last month for

regular gasoline at self service Ward's Fuel 1.09.0 '1.23.0
pumps was $1.11 per gallon. .

Triple reported that self service Chevron, 1.16.9 $1.23.9". $1.29.9
regular at $1.07.8 in St. Peteresburgwas 1. '
the lowest average price Twin Top 1.08.9' ,1.18.9" 1.27 1.97 .: .
reported, while full-service premiumat \ Yd. '
$l.51,9In Ft. Myers was the highest I .r
Keystone Polyester DouMeknH. The fabric that revolutionized Embroidered Batiste
IIgts. White Eyelet 65%
recorded Tease Hot Flocked Dots
average price across sewing give you the most for your sewing 65% Fortel'
Florida."It dollar! This 100% Polyester. fabric gives you Polyester/cotton 33% 44/45". wide.. Kodel 44/45" wide Polyester 35%

suits me just fine" Registersaid. Chevron $1.19.9 1.29.9 $1.33.9 quoiityt.rrlfloloob.up.rcomfodandwrwtity all In. one! Make skirts, pants, Jackets vests end Reg. 2.29 yard. Combed Cotton. Keg.. 4.98
"The cheaper, the better. Each Shull '1.24.9 $1,28.8. $1.32.9 more,,at an affordable price And. TQ4V has cut
Indepen- I the price even more to give the savings YOU!On
station it's own price
sets
'
full bolts SS8Owide
dent from any oil company. I expectthe Gull : 1.2-1.9. 1.29.9 '1.34.9

low price to endure at least Jr. Food $1.2--9 1,37.9 .1.. ',.
.. ,
through the summer before market,,
pressures begin to force them back Melrose Jiffy $1.19' 31,24,1)
up."




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Arrested ... March Starke.23, at the Holiday Inn LoungeIn from called that to county.investigate When a police burglary were Woman Arrested For Aiding EscapeCarla

For Aggravated Assault Crawford was ordered to leave the December 18, they noticed a man
lounge when he started creating a wearing blue jeans and a blue and When Hutchinson freely
Vincent Maurice McCray 18, of behind of Starke the Florida Highway Patrol were sur- questioned
disturbance. When he became yellow Jacket running from Mincer,25, was arrested admitted to helping UCI inmate
Starke was arrested' and chargedwith the Bradford rounding the area of the UCI power
the house. Someone had been cooking by County
the called.
belligerent police were
Smith March 10 so he faces an
aggravated assault March 16 Bond was set at $50 according to Inside the house where the owner had Sheriff's Department March 31, plant where they arrested two armed additional escape charge of aiding and abet
after an incident at the VoTec.An Patrolmen N. Jackson and Scotty been gone!since Thanksgiving.Latent charged with accessary after the fact- men at 7:45: p.m. The men had planned -
ting a prison He said he drovea
Instructor saw McCray was foundon to for her in to shut down the generators at the escape.
Rhoden. Crawford was released on a prints of Peoples were escape part a prison vehicle during Smith'sescape.
holding a 7 inch steak knife, threaten surety bond.French. the refrigerator door handles in- escape earlier this month. Mincer power plant leaving the prison in getaway.
ing another student. The Instructor has also known Carla total darkness. Approximately 10 or
side the house. The information as Arthur was placed -
thought McCray was going to strike ArrestedAt just been returned from the crime in the Bradford County Jail undera 12 inmates were to climb over theprison's Smith, 32, was serving a five-year
sentence from Duval County when he
the student but he was able to recover $25,000 bond. outer fence during the black
the knife from Burglary Attempt lab.Peoples out. Prior arrangements had been received an additional 7'/a years for
McCray. was in the Clay County Jail Mincer aided in the escape of Union
McCray was released on a $1,000 Anthony Dewayne French, 19, of having been arrested in Starke in Correctional Institute inmate made to transport them to safety. an escape attempt from UCI.
According to prison officials the in-
property bond according to Starke, was arrested and chargedwith December on a warrant from Clay Douglas Eugene Smith, March 10. Bobby Keith Hutchinson, 19, of to determine
vestigation is continuing
Policeman David Crum. timein Mincer also aided Smith in his returnto Jacksonville and Ralph Owen
burglary of a structure when he County. He is currently serving
which Inmates were involved in the
Amick, 18, of Taylor County were
was apprehended outside Badcock's Lancaster Correctional Institutionfor the prison maintance yard so he
Youth PlacedOn armed with .22 calibre revolver anda escape attempt on Saturday.
the conviction.The could recover $600 he had hidden a
March 28.Starke Clay County .. ,
ProbationDavid police were answering a charge has been filed with the earlier in a plumbing truck he used at 12-inch knife, when they were ar- \
silent burglar alarm March 28 at Bad- state attorney's office according to the prison. Smith is still at large according rested. Both men were booked into .. -.'.
Edward Lloyd, 18, of Starke. cock Home Furnishing Center when Patrolman Ricky Bennett. to Investigator Don Denton. the Union County Jail, charged with
was placed on probation March 18 for they saw a man outside a broken win- Prison officials received word Fri induction of contraband onto state FLORIDATHEATRE
five years for the charge of burglary- dow. He attempted to hide when he Arrests MadeIn day there was to be an attempt to free property and conspiracy to aid and
grand. theft.Additional. saw the police but was caught. Lawtey BurglaryRay inmates at UCI Saturday evening. A abet an escape.Hutchinson's.
stipulations include French later admitted to the police he special team from Department of bond was set at
Lloyd must reside with his sister in had entered the building thru the Thomas Bell 21,of Starke.was Corrections, sherifrs deputies and $150.000, bond on.Amick was placed at Starke 964-5451
Jacksonville, may not leave the state broken window, went thru the arrested March 24 and charged with $100,000. .
of Florida and must make restitutionin drawers in the desk intending to take burglary and grand theft in connection Fit, Sat., Sun.
the amount of $500 to J. R. Wain- money or merchandise.Bond with the December burglary of a
wright for the items stolen. Lloyd was set at $2,500 for French, home. Great White
may not frequent establishmentswhich according to Patrolmen Eston December 5, 1981. theft of several Cams Moved PendingBarney I
Appeals
sell alcholic beverages accor- Mosher, Wayne Wilkinson and Willie thousand dollars of property from a ,
ding to the court records. Searcy. house and garage south of Lawtey on Rated: PO
US-301 was reported. Cam former owner- transferred to the Lake Butler
Man Arrested City Hires Bradford County Sheriffs Department operator of an air-craft repair serviceat Medical and Reception Center from
Charged With TrespassHerbert with the assistance of the Keystone Airport, and his sons the Duval County Jail where they 301 DRIVEINFri.
New CatchersPolice
Dog Patrolman David Crum Starke Richard and Michael have been were held following conviction on two
Masters, 51, of Starke, was Chief Jimmy Bowen an- Police Department located some of counts of conspiracy to traffic more thru Mon.
arrested and charged with trespass nounces the hiring of two new dog cat- the stolen property and identified Bellas than 100 pounds of marijuana.
March 20 at the Eastern Oil Station on chers for the the the person who sold the property.
city. Already on Job proximately $1,000 in old coins and
Bernstein, who defendedthe
Stephen
SR-100 and US-301. Further investigation led to the arrestof fetnstnfxp the little Md i
they were able to fill the dog pound jewelry,
Cams in their trial in Duval Coun-
Masters was intoxicated and the at- with strays only to have someone turn Bell and a juvenile for burglary and With the assistance of Union County ty Court, said yesterday that he had yen) used f c)pick en) ?
tendent asked him to leave when he theft.
them loose. Bowen says this will not grand Investigator Larry Cockran the filed an appeal in the First District Well,hey a big bey now.JEvilspeaU
would not the police were called. Bond was set at$1,500 for Bell. He :
be tolerated. in the
Anyone seen and the
juvenile was apprehended
Court that the refusal of
asking Judge .
Bond set at $500. Masters release .
was was was on recognizance.The -
of the will be .
vacinity pound questioned jewelry was recovered.The
Clifford Shepherd to set bond in the i
released on recognizance, accordingto and quilty persons will be prosecuted investigation is continuing and Juvenile was placed in the Cam cases be overturned.If 1
Patrolman Eston Mosher. to the extent of the law. at least one additional arrest is expected juvenile detention center in
Disorderly IntoxicationBobby Barbara Renfo and Lynn Margloff ,according to Investigator Don Gainesville until it was learned he this motion is granted, Bernsteinsaid
Newsome are the new dog catchers Denton. was wanted on a capias from the Cams would be released on ''. ',
Flanders, 35, of Starke, was and will act in complicance with the Juvenile ArrestedFor Jacksonville where he was chargedas bond pending outcome of an earlier "R,0'. ,
arrested and charged with disorderly humane society. In the near future BurglaryTheftA an adult. appeal filed by him requesting a new
intoxication March 21, when he triedto Starke hopes to have a local humane Bond was set at$25,000 when he was trial for the three men. PLUS
enter an apartment on Brownlee St. society. 16-year-old juvenile was arrestedand returned to Bradford County Jail The Cam convictions resulted from
Flanders tore a screen off a window. Contact the Starke Police Depart- charged with burglary and grand March 30 to await transportation to investigations of marijuana off Chuck Norris in
in an attempt to enter an apartment. ment if you have a problem with stray theft of a residence. The juvenile had Duval County. A theft case is also loading operations at landing strips Good Wear Black
When police took him to the county entered a home on Crawford Road in pending In Alachua County according near Brooker and Fort White last Guys ]
jail he became belligerant and dogs.Man Starke three weeks ago taking ap; to Investigator Don Denton. year.
.
started shouting profanities. CitedVVreckless ----
Flanders was released on a$50 cash
DrivingMichael
bond, according to Patrolmen Eston BURGLARY SUSPECT
Mosher and Wayne Wilkinson. E. Cole, 23, of Starke, was
cited for fleeing or attempting to QICCiO
Man AttackedOn elude a police officer and wilful-
N. Cherry St. wanton wreckless driving March 20. ARRESTEDOn
Cole posted a $500 cash bond for his
Donald R. Thompson, 42, of Starke, release, according to Trooper B. A.
was walking north on Cherry St. when Williams.
two men jumped him, tore his shirt March 28 at 3:24: a.m.
and cut his little finger with a knife ,
and took his wallet. Peoples ChargedIn
The investigation into the incidentis Starke Police Officers
continuing according to Lt. Lane Starke BurglaryLouis

Sibley. James Peoples 19, of Wayne Wilkinson, Estan Mosher and Willie

Arrest For DI the Keystone burglary Heights of a ,home was charged on McMahon with Fashion Frames for the Entire Family
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Pf enniger. Fill Win; Needlework Sweepstakes '

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Eleven-year-old Kristin Pfen- Poncho or Capet 1) Bonnie King i ''''; r

niger's afghan of crocheted large GARMENTS ../, .'. ?
granny squares and Mrs. Joanne Ladles House Dress: 1)) Camille F I If .
Fili's intricately crocheted table cloth Whitaker; 2) Bonnie King r Y>" ? I >.
won the, sweepstakes ribbons in the God- '
Ladles Street Dress: 1) Lucille r CJseb ) +) :
Needlework Division of the Bradford win; 2) Camille Whitaker; 1)) Pam t' G 1 : .
County Fair competition. Pratt f :: : 1 w
Kristin, a 5th grader at Starke Ladles Long Dress: 1) Faye Crouse; : .1 J
Elementary and daughter of Mrs. 2)) Lucille Godwin A".y II
Linda Pfenniger of Starker crochetedthe Ladles 2-Plece ensemble: 1) Joan 9 .a0 'd CC1 ", ;' 11
.
afghan while sick. It la the first Mowry; 2) Camille Whitaker; 3)) M 1 1 rt 1 "+ ,
thing she's ever finished, although Lucille Godwin i; ., r ..J1Ii.
several other projects were started. Ladles 3-Plece Ensemble: 2)) Pearl ( 1, !
"I'm a nut about it," says Mrs. Fill Andrews -t v Y t ;
of Kingsley Lake, who sews and Pantsult: 2) Joan Mowry r I ''Iy
crochets to her heart's content. She T-Shirts: 2) Betty Hildebrand I' e"1r r 1r .. .I \:
gave away two intricately table Ladles Slacks: 2) Lucille Godwin r '3
clothes but made this one for the fair. Ladles Skirt: 1) Lucille Godwin; 2) tt
It took her five months using very Camille Whitaker I il 1r "A K' :')
small No. 30 thread. Ladles Blouse: 1) Lucille Godwin; r IrPt ilni
Mrs FiJi( also sews a great deal. She 2)) Camille Whitaker; 3) Nancy ) .
entered a bathing suit in the fair this Wallace
year,as well as a crocheted picture.A Man's Shirt: 1)) Betty Hildebrand G .. :
perennial<< blue ribbon winner at the LINENS tt' M. r AM p .. :; ;
fair, Mrs. Fill finally hit the jackpotwith Fell Best
Tablecloths: 1) Joan -: .
the table cloth. i ,
1
Overall; 2)) Edna Sanders ;
Ribbons winners in the Needlework
:3 ,
Pillowcases: 1)) Lola Johnson; 2)
Division are: 1) blue ribbon, 2) red Hildebrand 3)) Fannie I ,.1 f
Betty ;
ribbon, 3) white ribbon: Brookins aw isla :

CHILDREN'S OR Quilt: 1) Lim Masey; 2) Barbara u ,. y ,) 1t w at..ar1 r +
BABY GARMENTS Trimble; 3) Mildred Mains Joanne Fili..l the adult sweepstakes winner In Needlework with this
Baby Quilt: 1)) Betty Hildebrand; 3)) 'J a
Hildebrand Baby Garments 1) Betty Pearl Andrews Intricately crocheted table cloth.KEYSTONE

Article Of Merit: 2) Helen Wright .. s3Ia
Girl's Dress (Z-6 yrs): 2)) Camille WrightMISCELLANEOUS k.
Whitaker
Playsuit (2-6 yrs): 2) Janet Flythe Embroidery: 1) Betty .. 1
(Z.6 yrs): 1)) Betty Hildebrand
Hildebrand Rugs: 1) Donna Chilson; 3)) Ruth HEIGHTS :

Child's Sleepwear: 1) Betty Darley 1"rl
I Hildebrand Article of Merit: 1) Sue McClellan;

KNITTINGBaby 2)) Joan FillPILLOWS CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC j JoM
Cap Booties, Sacque or '
Sweater: 3) Lola Johnson; 2) Ada Needlepoint: 1)) Helen Wright; 2)
Reddish Latrelle Hamilton
Women's Sweater: 3) Ruth Darley Cross-stitch: 1) Martha Riherd Kristin Pfeiiniger..ls the Junior Dept. sweepstakes winner In the SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE ort 4)
Child's Sweater: 2)) Lola Johnson; Fabric: 1)) Lim Masey; 2)) Martha Needlework with her crocheted afghan.
1) Joy Starling Riherd
Afghans Specialty Stitches: 2) Miscellaneous: 1)) Rose Marie Grif- K
Latrell Hamilton; 1) Mary Rhoden; fis; 1)) Allison Denmark (Youth); 2)) Pen or Pencil: 1) Chris Durban 3) Beverly Padgett r1.
Vest: 1) Lola Johnson Martha Riherd; 3) Dottie Wilkerson (youth); 2) Robert Dawkins; 3) Ceramics. glazed: 1) Faye Crouse;' BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH
Article of Merit: 2) Terry Griffis HANDBAGSNeedlepoint Virginia Crawford 1) Brenda Griffis, youth; 2)) Mike ( ) T (AUTO INJURIES)
CROCHET : 2) Ruth Darley Crewel Embroidery 1) Bonnie Griffis, youth. > NECK PAINSHOULDER NUMBNESS OR PAIN
Baby's Cap Booties Sacque or King; 2)) Suzanne Faulkner; 3) Bonnie Wood Carving: 1) J.C. Petty; 1)) PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS
youth ) Ken Crawford 2))
ARTS AND CRAFTSOil : Durban ; youth .
Sweater: 1)) Lola JohnsonWoman's > HEADACHES:; ON THE JOB INJURIES
Sweater: 1)) Eva Eddings Painting: 1)) Latrelle Hamilton. O'Neal Pastel: 1) Bonnie Durban; 3)) Maura Griffis Charlotte; 3)Kapellen Ray Durban; 3) youth Mike (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP I II
Afghans-General: 1) Nita McRae; Needlepoint: 1) Helen Wright; 2)) AI Macrame 1)) Williams I
: Beverly 2))
2)) Dorothy Fedak; I) Terry Griffis K. Carlisle; 3)) Kelly Cason Wood Burning: 1) Lorette Hamilton, Betsy Hersey; 3) Joy Starling ; PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
Afghans Specialty Stitches: 1) Decoupage: 1) Lorette Hamilton; 2)) Sculpture: 1)) Faye Crouse; 2) Bren- Stuffed Animals: 1) Ruth Darley I
Marlene Gilbert; 2) Lim Masey 3)
; Robert Dawkins da Griffis '
Miscellaneous 1) Larette
Ruth : MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
Darley String Art: 1)) Joy Starling Novelties: 1)) Sylvia Ake; 2) Larette Hamilton; 1) Chris Durban; 2)) Tom-
Baby Afghans: J 1)) Kristen Pfen Liquid Embroidery: 2) Bonnie Dur- Hamilton; 3) Bonnie King my Smith; 2) Cynthia Rogers; 3)) CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED"The
niger, also awarded "Best Overall
Youth" ban Ceramics-stained: 1)) Billy Anders; Christina Rogers; 3) Bonnie Durban
Doctor Of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine,
But Will/ Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human
Frame In Diet And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease"T

-. EDISON
ObituariesSylvia I

Graveside funeral services were He was a life long resident of Union Mrs. Lillie Raulerson of Starke; 29 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service
V. GemmellMrs. held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 27 in County and a retired farmer and grandchildren and 20 ,great- I
member Monday thru Friday 8:30: to 6 Saturday 9 to 2
Sylvia B. Gemmell, 100, diedin Eliam Cemetery at Melrose with Rev. of Oak Grove Church of grandchildren.
the Starke Nursing Home Friday, LeRoy Olive officiating. DeWitt C. Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. Funeral services were held
March 26. Jones Funeral Home was in charge of He is survived by two daughters, Wednesday, March 31 at 2 p.m. at the DR. W.C. EATON 473.3604DR. !
Mrs. Gemmell was born in Cold arrangements. Mrs. Sadie Davis and Mrs. Carolyn graveside in Elzey Chapel Cemeterywith DR. LOUNETTE EATON
Creek, Kansas, Aug. 13, 1881, and Greek, both of Lake Butler; eight Rev. Michael Norman and Bev. '-- 21 N.
sons, Sidney Todd, Mallie Todd, Ben- .,. I
moved here in 1977 from Ansonia, IslaHTodd Victor Nickerson officiating: "'," : __ .. .,
'" .L
nett Todd, David Todd, "Kenneth" --" ----"
Conn. She was a member of the First I ;
Baptist Church of Ansonia. Mr. Isiah Todd, 81, from Lake Todd, Vernon Todd, and Ray Todd all
Survivors include a son, I.A. Gem- Butler, died Sunday night in North of Lake Butler, and Frank Todd of
mell of Keystone Heights, and 6 great Florida Regional Hospital after an extended Valdosta, Ga.; one brother Roan
grandchildren. illness. Todd of Brooksville, Fla.; 1 sister Summe comkig... So% HOT We !



I More Fair Ribbon Winners. From PageBl r.'E


Stalnaker, Theresa Ricks, Connie
Moody, Marvin Covington, and Ran- $1O '
dy Wheeler.3rd l(1 ,p,

Griffis.Place: Mary Li, and Brenda ol kl


Painting-Junior Division: 1st Place: u :
Sabrine Ford, Jennifer Brown, and r '
Lisa Kennedy.2nd and r
saving
Place: Shawn Diggs. start I
Painting Senior Division: 1st
Place: Jay Rodgers, Khandice
-
Stroud, Wendell Tomlinson, Karen )
Thorpe, Denise Weir, Mark Pierce, .' .. r '
Jim Nguyen, Cherylk Keedwell, Col- '. -::': on energy too 1
onel Sanders and Vince Culverson.2nd '. :.. ) /," :
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Place: Clyde Sumner, Julie ,,, ."., ,v .; HE
t. -
May, George Crews, Chuck Williams .'' ." '' ,w Tom Pierce, Ricky Sullivan, Allison j ." '. ; I
Rosier \ 'm( Pick the GE Comfort Machine best for I
Sharon McDavid and Karen ;: .. ;: Super you ,
Thorpe. .
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Ceramics Senior Division: 1st );;,! "".t'.' ;'." and get a $150 cash refund direct from GE. >. I tl,

Place: Vickie Carver, Lisha Long, '
Brian Davis, Kathy Gillingham, and "
,.:; ._- The GE Executive
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Jennifer Nix. b The GE Executive I IIWeathertron" II central air
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2nd Place: MyLinda Plympton, _
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Clyde Sumner, Jr., Mark Pierce,' I ,,1e1 heat e- ditloner.ituses "
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Anne Loper,Jack Brown, Lisha Long, "" "'"'' 'iV'" UI. JTJ I i: iw: \:; lit: i (' """ "'1UiIU .I pump/air conditioner fl iI II I less because trh:
Allison .... energy
Rosier Penny Stalnaker, comfort and '
Vince Culverson, Brian Davis, Chad Reddish.... a 6th grader at BMS. won a sweepstakes prize In the efficiency all-year ill I :If !'II II it's extra efficient. .:
tamara Junge, Lori McKinney, Student Achievement competition at the 1982 Bradford County Fair with his i1 Here's th t
'round. ewavoea
Vickie Carver, and Pam Pratt. pencial drawing of a pheasant taking flight. a W summers heat and high '
This is the heal ol ill _
Three Dimensional Objects Senior 2nd Place: Ind. Arts Class. ribbon,2) red ribbon,3) white ribbon: tomorrowltcootsrnthesum pump energy costs too. The t
two '
speed compressor
.
Division: 1st Place: Wendell Tomlin mer heats in the winter ,
Baking 1) Tonya Ann Tatum, 2) Non-Flowering House Plants an uses the energy-saving low '
:
son Willie Wright, Charlotte Geiger i!
energy-efficient climate control for .
John Hutchins, Sp. Ed. Class and Thomas Crews, I) Zina McCullough. Dieffenbachla 1) R. Cooper; 2) Speed most of the time changing to '
all seasons. The is GE
secret
m s most for relief
Lawtey Correctional. high speed quick only when
Technical Construction Class. Sewing: I) Mary Sue Wright. I
2nd Place Miscellaneous Home Economics: 1) Diacenla: 2) D. Westcott. efficient two-speed compressor,linked needed. That makes it cheaper to use r
: Gina Lane, Lisa Lawson rDON'T
with the
Pilea: 1) Liz computerized thermostat. than older and less efficient models "
and Tina Best. Mindy Hersey, 1) Tonya Ann Tatum Hodges, Barb
Rasnick, R.
Cooper.
Junior Division: lit Place: John I
Crews, Lisa Moseley, and Susan Miscellaneous Written Work, : 1) Peperomia 1) Bev Hoyt; 2) Bev WAIT t
Peugh. Latashia Lindsey, 1) Tony Anderson, Hoyt-2, Lawtey Correctional; 3) Nor l:
2nd Place: Traci Crews 1)) Lynn LoperlDonna Parade man Coleman. SAVE NOW AND SAVE LATER ';
(Best in Class). Phlladendron: 1) Martha Todd 2)
Miscellaneous Arts and Crafts: Poems: Junior Division 1) RogerP. Lawtey Correctional; 3) R. Cooper; To qualify for$150 cash refund direct from GE, Installation of the GE Executive

Junior Division: 1st Place Laura 2) Jill Strickland, I) Robin Mann- Cindy Sncll.Synogonium.' airconditlecutiveII Weathertron' heat pump/air conditioner must :.t
Wales, Deanna Tomlinson and Jason ing, 3) Frankie Wright 3) Rico : 2) R. Cooper, 3) ba before!MAY 1. 1982.|
Carver. Williams, -D.DeDe Waters 2) Kim Lawtey Correctional.
2nd Place: Andy Smith, and Bobbie Lee. 3) Becky Lynn Poor,3) Centrele Pathos: l-best in class Floyd
.Westcott. Lee, 3) Ginger Herndon, 1) Susan Jacoby; 1) June Lowe; 2) Martin Call toddy for FREE Baitie
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3rd Place: Naomi Plymeton and Peugh, 3) Terry Rkue, 2) Tammy Jo Kapellen. a energy
Mark Williams. Tatum, 2) Christina Redding, 2) Miscellaneous: 1) Dwayne Bridges, ,
Senior Division: lit Place: Sharon Mike Becker, and Mickey Becker: D.Westcott-2, Edna Norton-2, Lawtey Let our climate control experts provide you with our in-home analysis of your ::1

McDavid, Karen Thorpe, Alan Senior Division: 1) Melissa May, 1)) Jacoby Correctional, H. Coleman; 2) Floyd specific energy needs and potential savings. Absolutely NO OBLIGATION. II
McKinney. Theresa McCollum, 2) Melissa May, Lawtey Correctional, Mark
2nd Place: Martin Hunter 2) ScottLders, 2) Deanna Tomlin- King; 3) R. Cooper.
2) Louise Clark. Scheffelua: 1) Gregg Boddie :

Woodworking Junior Divisions :lid Science Senior Division:' 1) LeAnn Jane Sanseverlat Kirchalne.2) Edna Norton; 4) We bring good things to life.
Place: Keith Moody and Micha% Flynn. 1) Mike Christmas 1) Stacey ,
Becker. Denmark, 2) Richard Tyler 2)
Senior Division 1st Place: Ted Lowell Williamson.A .Flowering Houseplants
GENERAL HI
Bresee, George Ricks Donnie .Griffith 7-foot tall Inch Salntpaullas: 1) R. Cooper-2, T. ELECTRIC Ii
and Chuck Williams. from Lawtey Correctional varigated Institutionwon plant Branham, best in class JoyceBranham2xCBranhamEr3).
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2nd Place Robert Ake DeeAnn the sweepstakes prize in the Hor-
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Jones. Robert Sutton Mylinda ticulture Division competition at the ,Branham. .*.. '. C.

Mastronardi Plympton,' Donnie and Andrew Griffith Jones.Frank 1982 Bradford County Fair. ?Begonias? ** Lawtey Correctional; Gordon Air & Co. fi

3rd Place: James Rhoden., Wandering The 9-month Jew old, according plant is a to type.Hor-of 2)ton C.; 3)Cooper T. Branham-2., R. Cooper-2 Edna Nor- ,Conditioning Htg.

I '. .Metal Workings Senior Division: ticulture scientific Instructor Diane Westcott." Epicia: 1) Joyce Winsted. Hwy. 100 N., Keystone Heights 4734777.I"
Vtradescenitia. .
1st Place: Third Period lad. Arts Ribbon winners name in the Horticulture Orchid 1) D. Westcott;; 3) Bonnie I :

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Griffis, Todd, Whitaker Whip Up Top Dishes in Fair Food Dept.


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Brenda Griffis' pea picking cake, I Q it Food Division Peaches: 1) Martha Todd
Mrs. Camille Whitaker's German cof Ribbon Winners Grape: 2) Edna Norton
fee cake and Mrs. Marsha Todd's Vegetable: 2) Loni King
light, clear Bradford-made honey BEST OVER ALL Strawberries: 1) Elaine Tarleton;
with comb won the three sweepstakes! Canned Goods: Martha Todd 1) H. Harris; 2) Lola Johnson; 3)
ribbons in the Food Department of Honey with Comb Camille Whitaker
Bradford County Fair 1982 competi Baked Products: Camille Whitaker Miscellaneous: 1) H. Harris; 2) Edna -
}: German Pound Cake Norton
tion.Brenda
Griffis:a freshman at Brad 4tsi Youth Baked Products: Brenda Jellies
ford High and daughter of Mr. and Griffis Pea Pecking Cake .
Mrs. Sidney Griffis of Forsyth Road Berries: 1) Edna Sanders
says she doesn't know why its called a Canned VegetablesBeans Grape: 1)) Edna Sanders; 2) Elaine
picking cake The ingredients include Tarleton; 3) Kelly Casen I

pea : 1) Bobbie Wike; 2)) Rita I
Valencia oranges, coconut, Chilson 4P" Mayhaw: 2) Kelly Casen i
crushed pineapple, Cool Whip, and Tomatoes: 1) Edna Norton; 2) Bob ...$ J' Strawberry: 2) H. Harris
Plum 1) Edna
Norton
yellow cake mix. The family liked the bie Wike; 3) Martha Todd : T
cake at Thanksgiving and Christmas, Potatoes: 1) Beverly Padgett; 2) I I.l
Honey: 1) Martha Todd
Brenda says, and she decided to try it Rita Chilson
Honey With Comb 1)) Martha Todd
in the county fair. :
Miscellaneous Edna 2)
: 1)) Norton;
(Best Over
All)
Brenda bakes at home
mostly Bobbie Wike; 3) Rita Chilson
cakes, seldom pies. And, she helps, Canned Fruit Canned Meats
her mother cook. Berries: 1)) Edna Norton Miscellaneous: 2) Edna Norton
Camille Whitaker won her fourth s (Spaghetti Sauce with meat)
Pears: 1)) Beverly Padgett; 2)) Edna
sweepstakes rosette with the German
Norton 3)) Rita Chilson
coffee cake. She won a sweepstakes ; Baked Products
Figs: 2) Edna Norton
ribbon about five years ago with Miscellaneous: 1) Edna Norton; 2) .. Quick Breads: 1) Regina Padgett;
.
about the same cake but this time she
Bobbie Wike; 3)) Rita Chilson 2) Mark KingSpecially 4
added more cocoa.A strawberry cake Pickles Brenda Griffis..is the youth Breads: 1)) James Brian
and cookies have won previous winner In the Food
.. sweepstakes Johnson
Bread and Butter Edna
--- 1)) Sanders
; :
sweepstakes prizes. Department"pea picking cake, Yeast Bread: 1)) Loni King
2) Rita Chilson 3) Loni King r
The accomplished baker said her Camille VVhitaker..w her Cucumbers: 1); Edna Norton which has nothing to do with peas, Plain Cakes: 2) Janice Smith ,
at her while she
laughing
family was fourth sweepstakes ribbon In Baked won. Speciality Cakes: 1) Camille
Dills: 1)) Edna Norton; 2) Martha _
answered a reporter's questions."They're Products with a German coffee cake. Todd Whitaker; 2) Ressie Griffith; I) Bren-
laughing and sitting there PreservesPears
da Griffis division
youth
Vegetables: 2) Rita Chilson
of cake, she
eating some my explain. Peppers: 1) Edna Norton; 2) Rita : 1)) Edna Sanders; 2) Peggy Iced Cakes: 2) Peggy Flythe
ed.Mrs. Chilson Crawford; 3)) Bobbie Wike Decorated Cake: 2)) Peggy
Marsha Tod J.W. Sr. raise bees and I Miscellaneous: 1)) Edna Norton; 2)
band, Todd north all year around. Elaine ton Cut Out Cakes: 1) Shawn Starling
have a machine shop on US-301 northof TarletonRelishes Miscellaneous: 1) Edna Norton; 2) Cookies: 2) Camille Whitaker: 3)
Starke. They moved here from Mr. Todd robbs the hives. It's Mrs. Bobbie Wike Janice Smith .
Miami 10 years ago. Todd's from there on in. She strains Cucumber: 1) Elaine Tarleton; 2) Jams Candy: 2)) Linda Tatum
The: honey this year is the best the honey and puts it up. "That's a lot Edna Norton < Berries: 1) Bobbie Wike Pies: 2) Cindy Snell Marsha Todd's..honey with
they've made- clear, light-colored of work, you know," she said at the Fruit: 1) Bobbie Wike Citrus: 1)) Lola Johnson Most Unusual Use of Strawberries in comb won the sweepstakes prize in I
honey. The Todd's don't move their Fair Tuesday night. Rita Vegetables Chilson: 1) Bobbie Wike; 2) Pears: I) Edna Norton Baked Product: 1) Florence Ruud; the Canned Goods Department of the
2) Edna Norton Food Division.


I Fair Ribbon Winners From Page 6Bt .. (7D C O O Oi)

King. Crassula: 1) Lawtey Correctional Asparagus Ferns: 1) D. Westcott,
Miscellaneous: 1) Floyd Jacoby, D. Patty Anders; 2) Dianne Westcott Jane Kirchaine; 2) R. Cooper, 3)) Bev
Westcott, Joyce Winsted; 2) Floyd Nancy Macaulay; 3) Martha Todd. Hoyt. tX
Jacoby, June Lowe, D. Westcott, Ed- Barrel & Ball Cactus: 1) Floyd Boston: 1)) Barb Rasnick, best in aj i r f
na Norton, Lawtey Correctional; 3) Jacoby, D. Westcott-2, W. Westcott-2 class B. Rasnick,Jane Kirchaine; 2) 1
Edna Norton. Rodger HaIl-2, Lawtey Jane Kirchaine. )I
Correctional-2, Hilton Coleman, Fred Hanging Baskets: 3)) Ivis Causey.
Cactus & Succulents Dobbins; 2) Floyd Jacoby, Jan Nor- MiscellaneousDish '
Aloe: 1) Lawtey Correctional; 2) ton, Edna Norton, Fred Dobbins. Gardens: 1) Jane Kirchaine, 2 Kenwin x
Lawtey Correctional, Hilton Col- Echenerla: l) Lawtey Correctional. Nancy Macaulay; 2) Nancy .
"- 111 W. Call Street
eman. Hanging Baskets Macaulay; 3) Evelyn Ryals. 'W
Bromeliad: 1)) Martin Kapellen, Chloraphytum: 3) Pam Pratt, 4) Fruits& Vegetables: 1) Jane Kir A Starke 964-8824 ;
Lawtey Correctional, Hilton Pam Pratt. chaine, Edna Norton
Coleman-2 Fred Dobbins; 2)) Bev Tradescanitla: 1) Lawtey Correc-
tional, best in class best in show 2) is celebrating Easter with a tribute to our
Hoyt Barb Hoyt, Jane Kirchaine, ;
Lawtey Correctional, Bill Grandon; Brian Nitsch, D. Westcott; 3)) D. Card of ThanksThe customers. Because you are special to us, X
.4' g 3)) Fred Dobbins, Bill Grandon; 4) Westcott. Bradford Furniture SaintsWomen's : we are inviting you to come fill your baskets 4'
Pam Pratt. Miscellaneous: 1) Jencie Keene, D. Softball Team would like to full of
new spring outfits. On April we are
Christ mas Cactus: 2)) Jencie Keene, Westcott-2, Jane Kirchaine. thank all the merchants and individuals 1&
s Martha Todd; 3) Jencie Keene; 4) R. Plectean Taus: 2) D. Westcott. tor their donations enabling .. offering 20% off any cash, charge, or
d Cooper. BonsaiMiscellaneous the team to participate in the Easter layaway purchase from the hours of 4:00: to
Kalenchoe: 2)) R. Cooper, Lawtey : 1) Jane Seals Softball Marathon in 1 7:00: p.m.
Correctional. Gainesville, Sunday, March 21 1S
Euphorbia: 1)) Norma Coleman, Kirchaine2.Flower 5I
Jane Kirchaine D. Westcott Nancy Arranging 2) So hop on in and "cash in" ,on Special Savings .
Macaulay, Lawtey Correctional. Centerpiece. Arrangement James Buchanan; the natiau'.OSth 1 during.our "3 Hours 3 Ways to SaveSale"
._ }
; '*Westcott-2.Miscellaneou8tFaith.Fraliekrl, W. Westcott-2- Nancy!",".J2X H.... ..Ii.Yln.\..,. ,\' ".'1).-er"'n'Norma'..,." 1"-.Coleman.." ,,,. ',"w, ,' through the president administrationsof ,! lived. :

Macaulay, Martin Kapellen-2, D.PoIypodlunT Westcott, Lawtey Correctional; 2)I seventeen- from George chief executives Wash. Q9 \iD O<6. Lawtey CorrectionaI-2; 2)) Pam Pratt.
Barb Lawtey
Bev Hoyt Hoyt ington to Andrew Johnson.Cogley's .
Miscellaneous Succulants: 1)) Barb Correctlonal-2 D. Westcott.
b J Rasnick, D. Westcott, Martin .T. . . .
w Kapellen, Jane Kirchaine; 2) Barb
Kasnick D. Westcott, Edna Norton,
Patty Anders.
Opuntlal Prickley: 1) Floyd
Annette Balkcom..won the Jacoby-2, Bev Hoyt, Tracy Macauby Bik.-A-Rama U.S.D.A. Food Stamps
junior 4-11 sweepstakes prize with her Norma Coleman, Lawtey Welcomed
I' Corrcctional-2, 2) Norma Coleman, }f
purple Easter dress at the 1982 Brad'ford
Edna Norton, H. Coleman2. Hwy 21 North"- Keystone Hgts. L

t i _County___Fair._ __._ (Next to Century 21) Odat p 1e"t.0


: Starhe Church of God GRAND OPENINGApril Q G\)\\ (sad FeSfr y I"01 ntl"k7hm

" Celebrates \.110 4
3, 1982 M os N 9(8 0 lit

50th Anniversary
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"- ; NURCNOf ''( Hwy. 100 South across from Pinehurst

i t ; a GOt) 10 Speeds 3 Speeds, Adult TricyclesHi Phone 964-5920 I

.. Risers Cruisers, Mini 10 Speeds ,
Choice Full Cut
Full line of BMX r

11! Motocross Bikes Mongoose Vista Round Steak .' .lb.199 t

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MCS Magnum .
Lean Oven Favorite )


gln4to0S 422 N. St. Clair Street % Sirloin I 229
Tip Roast ;
\ . .lb.
t\\ \ : Rev. Walter F. Montz
S'" na Saer\ Pastor "on ds Sales & Repair Country Style J
opts
\.0'"C Q 4 d Parts & Accessories u.109
3:00 BBQ Ribs of Pork
10:00 . . \
Sunday School : a.m. Smoked .

Or. Ray H. Hughes Rev. Robert J. Hart 4

(General Overseer) (State Overseer) Phone ((904)). 473-2446 Ham Hocks .. u. . .lb. 5 gc
Morning Worship Evening Speaker
Paramount 5 Lb. Box Assorted,
11:00: a.m. 6:00 p.m. -

Parts. h299Lean t)

Fryer . ; ; . .E

Meaty 4 Lb. Box End Cut
ORDER YOUR

\; 't /f. \c. Easter Bakery Goods Bunny, Egg & Pork Each399 'L/

Chops . ,. . .
RODEOLake *
flit" Lamb shaped Fresh Frozen 4 Lb. Box ,

City Fairgrounds :
,239 fK.
Cakes
Pork Feet
April 16 17 '- 18 y . . . . . .E,
Sunnyland 3 Lb. Box K.K
Friday Saturday Sunday FRESH

7:30 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. W T Sills Bacon 149.
: p.m. Seasoning I
. .Each
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BUNS Flowers Bakery Hot Dog or vr
I :;:;.... vY
Adults $6. Children $4. Hamburtlr -

f Advance Tickets: $5.00 and $3.00 8 u n s. .. . Buy Ont at Reg Get One Free T

Available at all S.& S Food Stores .
,It, Decorated i
i Cakes
f' U.S. Choice Iowa Beef
iI I Featuring 't
: Cupcakes Cookies Paramount Poultry Swifts 'Pork t.I
Rodeo Dance : ?
; ( Rodeo Queen Contest ;- --' Open 8 am til 6 pm Monday thru Saturday "

,; Mechanical Bull Contest Thursday and Friday til 8 -pm -.

Pre-Rodeo Entertainment !:'..r'j: :: :' : _Closed Sunday for Church 1

For more information call: 752.0496 .


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KaUToday Starke 964.6305 Keystone Height*, 473-221O Lake Butler 496-2261 Sale a.." :
Yard Sales '* For, ""...
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t ; It Makes. Good Sense. treasureJfQuality
: PERSONAL FOR RENT HOMES FOR FOR SALE GENE REESEREALTY ';*

A : :4: SERVICES 'URNISHED MO8ILI HOMES SALE LAKE LOT on sand bottomed a gift of desk lasting sets b

R : A".PINTII" WORKS $130 and up. 473-2879. FOR SALE lake Geneva lake In Hlllcrest. $800 GENE REESE REALTOR )!t beauty and pleasure

Remodeling" work kitchencabinet Lake Geneva Mobil.Home Mobil. Home Sal.., $7,770 down. $146.44 per month. (WHITE SANDS LAKEl
Park. 4/1 tfnchg Iff down $99 month for Phon. 473-4038 or
ond trimcarpenter.
I Beautiful loke lot with 3 BU YatB
t Reasonable OFFICI SFACffacIng 14X30 liberty. Double 473-4367 aft.r 6 p.m.4/1
;h Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto BR. 1% bath home.
C wid.. starting at $13,995. tfnchg
Call 473-2477. 7:30
:prices. :
( Andrew Drug Call Come check all of our LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Cedar closets, Fla. room, JUDO CLASSES have start
; 5:30 3/4 tfnchg.
-e.m. :
e CARPENTRY AND p.m MASONRY 473-3411.4/1 tfnchg. model and special price Keystone Height' own.r Iota of storage. In Keystone Heights, at the
I WORK Building ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY '/. mil.. East of Keystone financed 12 percent In. Aisumoble $20,000 loar high school gym sponsored
-
polio 1178
I addition, remodeling apartment on lake on Hwy 100. 4/1 tfnchg t.r..t. Lot on clear .and at 9%% Own.r will hole by Clay County Community DODCI MAGNUM X1-V8. A/C. Auto. Tron.
"hornet and tile work. Free Geneva across from tennis CUTE 2 BR C.m.nt block bottomed lake, priced to small 2nd $63,500. Education.There j S-Controle. I-Wlnoows. nice. Just 2100.
4 "estimates. Phon. 473-4473 court $123 per month. house. Lake Access, AC/H. sell from 9900. On. to SILVER SANDS LAKEi Fur will b. a fee of $10 1977 PlY. VOLARI PREMIER WAGON A/C Auto.
during day. 4tpd 3/18-4/8 First last $50 damage carp.t., drop.., op five acre*overlooking lake .ilihed 2 BR, 1 bath wltr a month classes will b. I Trans.. E-Wlndow. S-Controle, Ilk. n.w.luff| $1,850.
3 ,lfrt.lenelyf. deposit. Phon. 473-7086 .. Flexible finance (access available) with 114,000 auumable 9% held every Monday A Thursday ] 1971 VOlKSWAGON RABBIT, Fuel) Injection( : A/C.
I S.nd stamp for frInformallon. after 6 p.m. 4/1 tfnchg ing. $29.500. 473-2733 nice tree from $3,600 loan Owner will con night. ':'0 to 7:30 lorJ .-.peed Tran.. AM/FM Stereo w/tope, nice, Just
L :- New Single I.M PARTIALLY FURNISHED 1 BR 2tchg 418BY $500 down $50 a month. rids, 2nd mortgage [union, 7i30 to 1:30 fo I ",100.
'- gozln., Box 880 -(G9)). flat In historical building OWNER:3 B.droom Commercial frontage- $28.500. .nlon. 1171 GMC PUTRK. Auto. Trans., $350.

I *Boy n ton. Fl. 33439 Jlpd downtown Melrose. $175 house, garage, larg. Investment opportunity.SR21 "3 SR. 1 BA on S acres. Wayne McCarthy, a resl-j [ 1MB FORD PUTRK with camper, deep' E. .If. r
.3/25.4/2 p.r mo. Call 475-1222. screened back porch central N. Owner-salesman. I Live (contained, A/C. nice 1500.
I 3/11 41. oak, fruit tree dent of Keystone. I I. a 1s
ACCOUNTANT Retired, 4tchg H/A, walking 473-4375.4/1 tfnchg large fertile area forgarden. Degree Black Belt and I I. thS.n..1 117* CHEV. CHEVETTE. Auto. Tram., A/C AM/FM .
''available parttlme. Full MOBILE HOME In Loke dlstrance to town and BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA [Stereo, nice, $3.100. Richly grained 4" x 7'/\:'
$22.100atsumabU t.och.r H. .
-reVvlce Including tax Geneva on SR-IO0. Furnished school. Access to two access lots from $5,300 ( ) we.assistant onj 177 PONTIAC IEMANS, Sport Coup., nice. 2500. walnut in a simply elegant -
:
: return. 4732034. 4tpd 2 BR. Central HI A. ... $42,300. Call $300 down $71.74 per mortgage at Instructor for 31 1977 FORD design with name
s%% MUSTANG. 1-Cyl., Auto. Tran. /C. '
36000. the Melreie Jud
at ]
month. Discount plate.
utility shod $225 first, last 473-4681 for more Info. on entire year
I .. = CARS $50 Security Deposit Itpd 4/1 10 acres. On. Waterfronlot. OFFICE 473-7076 Club. AM/FM Stereo like new 3100.
Come in and see'our
Eve. Bob 1968 JEEPSTER COMMANDO 4 WD 1000. today ; q
473-3311 473-2093. 4/1 Call 4734375. 4/1 Moore
I! TRUCKS tfnchg or tfnchg 473-3555 178 CHEV. MONTE CARLO. V-t. A/C. Auto. Trans.. complete selection .

LAKE SANTA FE, 2-BR. 2 MISCELLANEOUSliNGO. OAK FOREST LOTS ores, '' Classified Ads \ Low Mileage, 3950. of quality desk sets by -.. .

v Bath Carpet Drapes, Kitchen AMERICAN corn.r lot. .....um. low Interest NORRIS Sheaffer.. '. .
m4 DODGI DART WANTEDUSED Results '
Get
I equipped. Central rate. Priced$12.000.
CUSTOM. Dr, Creen body H/A, 2-Car garage.References LEGION HALL SR-21. Coll coll.ct 269-9707 TH! t\\:.. .
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T-2000 tennis
7 and Sundays WILSON
Saturdays
p.m. AUTO SALESSR
.Whit. Vinyl lop. Good Waller William .
.condition. Good mileage. required. $423 2 to 3, Public In Realty.4tcho32545 racquets, call 473-2210 or Call Linda OFFICB \\j'Jo.;
"S|j,250. Phon.473-7066 per month plus security. vited.4/1 tfnchg 473-4380 after 5.00: p.m.tfn 100 Between Lake Butler a Starke l '. .
Call 1.468-1573 KEYSTONE STATE BANK I I. SHOP
or .
Lake
Florida
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'HCOHOliCSANONYMOUS. pd / Butler ,:-
tfnchg 1-468-2010. 2tchg 3/25.4/1 taking bid on a 1980 10 hp 4TRACTOR LAKE REGION MOO CM Si.
Closedmeetings HAVE WILL .
) .
: -13": : BLAZER 4x4 350 3/4 '
2BR 2 BATH unfurnished Rop.r Lawn Tractor withmower.
cam Edelbrock High Rise, house In city. $195. Monday 8 pm.Op.n 3 forward ..p..dsand TRAVEL > Mowing and MONITOR 496-3900 '."
.
4SO Holly H..d.n.Aulomatlc meetings Friday Bp.m. Disking. Free .somatacall
If Interested 473-2210
Keystone Heights Realty reverse. .
and Alonon. Monday Bp.m. 659-2269 Grandin. +
Hardtop I
Inc. 473-4961.4/1 I tfnchg please come by bank to
Safttep, N.w Paint 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Lak.G.n.va. All meeting at place bid. 2tchg 4/1.B 2tchg 4/1,8. .. .. _ _
after Educational Building Com - - i.
473-4414 4 p.m. Itpd - - --
HORSE O'/i old
I "73" GMC SUBURBAN First Compl.t.lyr.mod.l.d. last and 475-2130.munity Church tfn 473-2790 chg. or gelding year part WANTEDListings I Union County Ads L I
Automatic Air Condition security. Call 473-4165 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo quarterhorse. $450 with A: :
AM/FM. Clan No Rust. after 5 p.m. 3tchg 4/1-15 dues, fees tack $400 without. Gen on all types of real estate. If you :
or weigh
473-4414 after 6 p.m. Itpd STORAGE OR BUSINESS tle. 473-4220 I Itpd 4/1 ,
of talk FOR SALE FOR SALE
Ins, op.n meetings Tuesday are thinking selling your property, PERSONAL ;
BUILDING 25'xSO', two S JOINTS of 2 Inch drive well t.
HELP drive-in doors. Zoned 88 7:30: p.m., St. Anne'sEpiscopal pip. $2 a foot. P.O. Box with us before you list with any other of SERVICES i .

I WANTEDKEYSTONE $300/mo. Will consider sell Keystone Height' Church. Thurs.doy,9:30 155. Keystone Heights. Fl. fice. We can offer the same services and CB/BRICK BEDROOM HOME!3 With BATH.... GALLON and White Sill Deutzla LIQUSTRUMlC'$1.50; ,,

or trod. Call 4734667. : a.m.. Community GREAT 32656. Itpd LAKES 4/1 MOBILE save you'a minimum of 1% and up to 2% of CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIESs tra large swimming pool Italian Cypress and.;] ",
.
UNITED Stat. Bank of Starke. Fr. estimates.Local landscaped several "
HOME 1200. the sales price. yard Arizona Cypress $5 bedding -
Registered
METHODIST CHURCH I.I I.I I. Quality 473.2790 or 9648587. 4/1 distribute for completelywashable out buildings with 2.5 ,
Painting Collie Puppies $95. In time For details call Jim Powell REALTOR and nationally plants 10 and 25V. .
curr.ntlys..kingsom.on. tfn chg.BINGO acres, located on SR 18
cents. .
I for 4732584. Contrary Mary': '
Easter.
Interior Exterior Itpd C.rtlfl.d Residential Specialist at adv.rtl..d Gardsette
I I to: fill the petition of >Lions Club across 4/1 near Worthington Springs, Garden, SR 121 I In,
organist and/or choir)I FREE Estimates/ from high school ; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY INC. MLS. 440 Draperle SAW Enter owner finance, Call LaCrosse Phon. 462-156U...
director. Those Interested References Tuesday, Early Bird 7 CLEAN CONFORTABLE 90" Lawrence Blvd. 4734961. I prises. Ed or loma 496-3623 after 7 p.m. TFN Closed Sunday and Mon!,
gold couth. Only $100. See 496-2219.
In this ministry call ; Regular 7:30 Steph.n. 2/4.
may Call p.m. p.m. day. 2tchg 4/1 4/8. V. ..
Dave Hamiltonat
at Monitor office call 5/1/80TFN.
473-3829 or 4751293. Public Invited. 4/1 tfn chg or 4 RENTAL HOMES COMMERCIAL 55HANDY MAN SPECIAllConcr.t

Salary Is negotiable. 3/11 473-3919 FREE GOOD PET On. BEAUTIFUL 473.2210.1/1 QUEEN tfnchg ANNE ........ ..... .sueiete YARD WORK Reasonable HOUSECLEANINGt rats.Will .. BLDG. and property Block 3 BR, 2 both" '.
old pointer Brittany SR-100. Commercial
year on home located In .
dining room table and 6 wash and fold cloth... country on,
Runnol'RoIrR'1SER Sponlal to good home. Lakefront on beautiful Crosby Loke, ) site on SR121. extra large lot. Deep 4 Inch
;.,
VICECI Steve Need room to play chair by lan. China I Call Henry 4963476. 2tpd Beautiful lake front homeon well .
BroadwayTREE landscaped. Owner.finance .
cabinet china silver Lake lots $25,000 lake from
4732337. Itchg 4/1 t.a I access 3/254/1. large lot. Contact
at 12 at 12.
Q I set, 25" RCA Console color CHRISTIAN LADY Ex- percent
Farmer and Dealer
SERVICE $9,750 financing. Bank
owner Phone ,
percent. 496-3929
:.
TV patio and bedroom furniture perlenced. maid service 4
YARD SALE 496-2101. TFN 3/18. 4tchg 4/1 4/84/158/22.
i 413.42113J Removal and more 473-4681 available, reasonable KING SIZE BED $175, '
pit NEW BUILDINGS AT
f SEA CLOUDREAL FAC
rate, call before 2 ?
; YARD SALE Friday and Classified Ads p.m. group $250, never used TORY| All parts accountedfor.
412.4212l Trimming 9 til and leave name andnumb.r pair of captain bed cost All
3J ) ( Saturday a.m. Get Results at "496-3305 will structural steel carT]
Highway 100, right at Gli- TV over $600-now $250 twin nits full factory guarantee,; .
Free Estimate return local call. tpd 4/1. b.d $55. Quasar color
Follow Hutchinson console
-
,. I -" mo. signs. Buildings 10,000
I' Repairs Of M )orEUotrle Road.tpd) 4/1 NEED A RIDE TO NEW .Owner' Realtor CARPORT SALE 3 families, $225.- washer' $ISO, feet to the smallest square 1.2OQ.i)nft;
clothe of all :
sires l
l AiplUnoM 473-4732 TRADING POST 2-ml north OR UP NORTH ,. dryer $85 queen bedroom"suitei'S3S0 .quarejeet, Mint sell/ jroopmediately
4546 El Mar Drl".' ''fieusehold-'trring Clnd'lal.*" '
SR-21 from Keystone.. Furniture ,- frost I free / : Will .. .
J Serving Bradford' I After# 5 P.M. tools, glassware, Will h.lp pay .xj- Ft. lauderdale.. Fla. 33308 of odd and end. 350 SE refrigerator' $175, double toll .Wchpo'Call free -

Clay Counties color console, saddle ponse*. Call 475-1871 4th St. lake Butler behind bed $60 queen bed $83 1.800-248-0065 or- _
I Keystone Heights mar. Itpd 4/1 ask for Jan.. ((305)) 776-0390 I Farm Bureau Building love seat and chair $125 1-800-2480321. Ext.
777.
I i..._ Ih4.. 1..1_ 4sr r> T JjS*- Saturday 102. l Itchg 4/1. baby bed $55, craddle $35 Itpd 4/1. *. SI
.. ,FREE__ PUPPIES: Cuts and
n sofa and
chair
$173 SLIDE IN CAMPERS With 81'Nfoot
PUBLIC AUCTION I I PUBLIC AUCTION PUBLIC I loveable.Itchg 4/1. Coll 4962126. dinette$95. air cond. $1 SO. bed. Sleep 6, stove1'; nIce
1 wood rocker chair ot- box, good condition "'v
tomon $150. matching $800. AQHA Barrel Hor.efI''

THE J.W. STARLING FARM INSURANCEMAINES brown velour sofa $225, 14 year old gelding, 51coo-o'.1
triple dresser twin mirrors negotiable. Call 4962533I: 1
INSURANCE AGENCY large chest $250 after 6 p.m. Itpd 4/1. .it
) 160 S. lake Ave., Lake hid.-a-bed 150. 7 piece
Bull.r.496-397B. CompleteInsurance living room suite $300 3 WANTED 7nei.r.qrl


125 Acres & 3 Br Home FOR Service.RENTTVPEWRITTERS TFN .COMMERCIAL'vidence.door maker lde-by-ide$300. 755.2397.BUILDING with Pro-Ice IN tESPONSIBILE take over payment PARTY 'o..ooQSpinet .To".. it


.. LAKE BUTLER:'3660 tq. ft. Console Piano Cairn M
Will Be Sold At AND AD. at $15 a *q. ft. 54900. Attractive be seen locally. Write MIOT:
DING MACHINES FOR financing. I want Foster P.O. Box ScL!.10M

RENT Union County Tim.., to move print hop tq Astor Fla. 32002. 3tpd
85 SW 2nd Ave.. Lake trail.r park area. Ray 2/253/43/11.

Butler. We also repair office Powell, 496-3377. TFN
: AUCTI'ONOffered machines. Phone 3/25. REAL ":: .x,"

496-2261 for more Information. YOUR VERY OWN Z; ESTATE -
f TFN 10/1. BEDROOM MOBILE HOME ,'
"
Furnished, air conditionedand
LOOKING FOR I apiece e p.c I I
For Rent ready to move Into for of propertytr tt i'
i just $2695. Slie 12X40.
In Parcels of: Ray don't have it. I'll find I llr
$30. REWARDFOR Powell 496-3377.- TFN. ask-.JANE. S. USHER

1 ac., 3 ac., 5 ac., 10 ac., 20 ac. & larger I JEEPS 3/23.CARS PICKUPSi from 496-2903 REACTOR;,,'-eves.n''496-2126'">four' or

',p" !: Good Tenants $35.'vallabl.. at localGov't Union County Realtor tfn
,
J w.: .. [;, ,"< ..ili:!) > If you have a steady jot} call Auction 805687.6000 For Direct'tory ext. 3/26.
t and good credit refer} fOI'ALL'YOtl REAL ESTATE
1136. Call refundable.
ences, we'll knock $1< 3/254/1 4/84/15. 4tpd NEEDSiCall Venera Brown

1j SAT -APRIL 10th 10:30: each off your first thin 17 FT. TRAVEL TRAILERS 1970 '496-3994 496-3022.eve Sandy* or G.rrll.n.Hazw..>
j and fifth months ren Forreter roof air, elec- non 4963140. Tiffin and

'when paid on time, t< trlc/ga refrigerator bath Owen, Inc. Realtor Rt. 2._ .

LOCATION : Just West of Sampson River at Graham, Fla. help us celebrate opens! Phone heat 496-3875.AC-DC. I)chg 2500.4/1., tfn Box 788, Lake Butler FL.SOOO'

t Look for the Ben Campen Auction Signs. of Ing rental of our units.second phase 17 PS CHEVY 4X4. 350. AT. 1.7 chg.ACRES 8/6. Located 01.1':;> '
PB/ AC. tilt wheel
ONLY 15 Miles from Gainesville & 8 Miles from Starke 1 Pines Mobile Home VUUgt' bucket seat, electric windows tides SR-239., power Fenced pole on and thr.sep-i1--1/; r';

SR 121 at East AM/FM stereo, nice tic. Three bedroom two *i Lake Butler city limits wheel and tire., Phone bath central heat and *'-v

3 BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE | Phone 496-2366 7-8 pm 4/1.933-1743 after 6,p.m., Itchg' concrete block ham.olri-.-'-*

for details or drop bj 173. located off SR-121 toward*'"'
CHEVROLET CAPRICE i
:,any afternoon f applir. AC PS, PB.',Tilt wheel.; Raiford on approximately1'0''J

; # WIN UP TO $5000 4 cation and viewing i/o, AM/FM.transportation one owner must good ell., ,acre SR-24S three acre of In Providence prim.of land.451nM land area on':I"'"'T .

HELP WANTED 9645907.$1.693 or best TFN offer.4/1. Phone Ha and well corn pump allotments.1'3Owner tobacco4'* ,.') !

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will finance. All of1'
CASH DRAWING JOBS OVERSEAS Big money and matching chair good the above In Union County;'*'"
fait. $20,000 to $30.000 condition $250. Dinning Call Maine Real Estate?"!'
Table/four chair, ,solid
plus per year. Call Realtor 496-3978 for morev7>:
1-716-142-6000.. Ext. 4814. wood $150. Phone detail Itchg 4/1. t4AYi
2tpd 3/25 41.Classified 496-2673. Itchg 4/1.. ....

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CYNTHIA NUTTER / 0. -tpe' ; OWNER FINANCING I S '. t
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: Fo>; reFt ee SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE. 3 BR. 2 bath brick home en cross fenced 2 home*. I .. 1Q

ot9.'P; j BEN CAMPEN AUCTIONEERS INC. I." acres, pecan and fruit tree, barn storage area, split metal tobacco barn. ,* ; :
rail fence. Call t-3l40 for mere detail etc. 1-7S frontage. North
t I BYOCr' 'The No. 1 Real Estate AucUo aSelnfJ.Company I TO 7 ACRE LOTS en Sill end "C-7t1. Owner flnonc- el SR 18. ;' S'We
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a : Hwy 22SLawtey HELP FOR RENT .FOR RENT PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE ,0

::' New & Used WANTED SERVICES
:'s MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE LARGE STORE $400 plus 530 CASE TRACTOR: Heavy USED ALUMINUM PLATES:
COIOr-TV s LIVE IN COMPANION for HOME PARK mobile home. tax, 3 yr. 'lease; SMALL duty Industrial with loader 24x36", 23 cents each. Us.ed .

-iB'Antenna's| widow lady light and spaces for rent. STORE-$273 plus tax 3 yr. BATHTUBS REFINISHED In and grade-box. Excellent In printing newspaper.
:| H pec. in r.c.lvlng housekeeping, mUI'drive. Recreational vehicle lease; SMALL 2 BR unfur- home. Guaranteed.Free condition. 750000. Great for minor repair c/Jrwil1egar
Call 964.6113.3/25 tfn w.lcom. Phone 4682912. your 4734417. 1/14 tfn jobs. Bradford County
H Channel's' 30 < 47 nlshed house, $140 6 $79.95
I H RICEPTIONIST/TYPIST. local TFchg mos. lease, first last and estimates. HAY Very good quality, for Telegraph, 94-4305. tfn. REALTY
782.3577 firm HOUSEKEEPING and 99.93, with sink. Ultra. cattle and horses. Clifford ,.
need person to fill sleepIng deposit required; SMALL 1 CARPET NEW USED: Furniture -
y d M' : am 7pmnvlx.YARD k.y position. Administrative room TV, and air. BR two-story house, furnished Glaie. 9648903. 3/11 tfn Martin, phone 964-7145. A appliance *" .c' Lisn

secretarial Und.rwood Mot.l, 3 miles $173 mo., first, last GOODMAN CAR WASH: 3/l84tchg4/8 Plumb. fixture and pipe "
: and typing skills required. North of Stark. on Hwy. and deposit 6 mos. lease; Wash wax and vacuum 10 ACRES FOR SALE on For- BARGAIN CENTER US-301 1.B:
SALE Dutle Includ. telephone, 301. 10/9 tfn APARTMENTS Two, 2 BR, (Inside and out), $15. Corner syth Rd. Small equity and So., 964.6679.2/5 tfn ,. PHONE 964-7776. !
typing shorthand and filing 3 BR I BA LIVING ROOM $250 each. unfurnished, SR-16 and 301, Signal take over payments. OO'DROP-IN BARGAIN CECELIATUWIIUUR
; iolJSI Or BARGAINS: SeeIpg Send resume staling dining room ft kitchen first last and deposit 6 Station 9648283. 2/4 tfn 964.5146,3/18 3tchg 4/1 HOUSE 301 South. 205 N. Temple StarkeITS

I I. Believing' 212 Call qualification, experience, central heatand air. In mos. lease; ONE 1 BR, furnished SEWING ALTERATIONS ENGLISH SETTER PUPS, 11 9646740. We buy and .ellused
't..-* am. to 5:30 reference and phone Hampton. Phone 468-1779. upstairs apartment Dress making all custom Weeks, AKC Registered furniture and appliance
p.m. INCREDIBLE I
Yto'U com see us at our numb.r to P.O. Box 423. ((1st month r.nt In ad- $200 mo., first, last and mad., call 964.8074 shots, wormed, beautifully *. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
newt'location. 311. Hn Starko. Florida 32091. vance.)3/7) tfn deposit 6 mob 'lease; ONE anytime. 3/18 41 4/8 feathered $75 to $100 TVS: Colors
2 CASHIER: Full or part-time. LAKEFRONT RENTALS 2 BR, 1 1 BR unfurnished each N.gotlabl.376-5194. starting at $100.00.
ATURDAY. APRIL I 7 a.m.| upstairsapartment AUTO REPAIR road service, BEAUTIFUL, almost on eight acres 3 BR,
Apply In p.non, PEP-O BA on Crosby Lak. Par $200, first last 3/25 2tchg 4/1 Trade-in's welcome. Phone
III 4 301 South Deer- and delivery 24
p.m. pick
wood; Subdivision, near Ar-| 620 S. Walnut St.. Stark. tially furnished. On. yrs. and deposit 6 mos 'lease; hours up Average 1 day ser BAKER L.P. GAS. Family 964-8212.6/11 tfn 2 B, LR, FR. Formal DR. Irg. kltch., frple.,
I this Tann.r Fun.ral Home.) 4/1 ItchgEXMILITARYl lea... $225 p.r mo. Welgel' SEVERAL 1 BR furnished vice. 964.7553.3/4tfn owned and operated, we FIREWOOD White oak and screened back porch with B.B.Q., op-

''I Clothing: shoes, purse, Excellent opportunity Realty Inc., 282-5201.1/28 apartments $125 mo.,, BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete drive to give better price pine, $5 per truckload; I I prox. 2800 sq. ft. $58,500 assum. mortg.at .
And other misc. Item.' for a Counselor Hn first, last and deposit. 6 and service, we sollclte Oak 4x4'*, $30 half cord.I
t IN LAWTEY BR home. $250 sharpening service, circular customer to their 11%%
20 FREE MERCHANDISE Sales Representative with mo. lease. ONE LARGE own Call Sunshine Acres,
economically military background. In- p.r month first and last In UNFURNISHED HOUSE 4 or hand carbide, tank We sell or rent 964.7699, or come out between
jewelry beautiful'prlc.d home dividual must have advanc., plus security 5 bedrooms In nice chain, mower blade hollow tank and furnish 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: I Bradford VlllafA new concept In lifestyle with low

decor Hero for hosting a'. managerial ability ambi- deposit. Call Janet M. neighborhood. $300 per ground and balanced cylinder 259.6810, p.m. and will load for maintenance; adult homing offering charm, comfort I

Lady Lloyd party. Call tion and show a record of Starling, Realtor 7823931. mo., first lost and deposit. Leave at Jackson Building 782.3349.3/25 4tchg 4/15 you 1/281fn quality along with energy efficiency.
Chris, 9646279. 4/1 4tchgl42l < .ucc.... Starting alary up 2/11 tfn One yr. lease. Call Supply In Starke, Keystone NEW BUILDINGS at factory.All S-V GALV. ROOFING: * * * *
. : : to $2,000 p.r month plus, KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS 964.7521 ((9.5, Monday. Heights or lake Butler. ports accounted for All 6'-$4.20; 7--S4.M: S'-S.70; EXECUTIVE HOMES
" 34 I*. CHERRY STREET: Fri. commissions and fringe for r.nt at low Friday) or 964.8404, nights TFNchg structural steel, carries full '-$6,43; 15-$7.20: 1V-S7; WHERE YOU STAY SAYS A LOT ABOUT WHERE
day.Aprll; 9-4; Sot. 9.12 benefit. S.nd resume to w..kly rates. Call T.mpl. and weekends tchg 4/1 ALCOHOLICS factory guarantee, 9.5; 12'-51.70. All size YOU'RE GOING

Camper Top tricycle, bike;, P.O. Draw.r A c/o Motel 9647357. 2/18 EOW FOR RENT 2 BR house Immaculate ANONYMOUS: Phone Buildings 10,000 square picked up. Jacksonville.We Large, brick CHCA home approx. 2300 iq. ft. on 4 lot
Telegraph, Stark., Florida MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom, 964.5148 964.7619 feet to the smallest 1,200 manufacture. Call toll
children's cloth.., win ref., range, car or near school Keystone. Assumable mort. at R'Stove,
1 bath on on. ocr. 'fenced feet. Must sell Immediately. free .
dow, etc 32091.4/1 Itchg port, fenced front and backyard TFchg square 1-800-342-2702. 3/ refrlg., D/W compactor disposal telling fan, frplc.,
shed $200 Will sell
RN'si 3 RN positions garage storage $250 lease and SEWING MACHINES cheap. 4tchg 3/25 greenhouse.What .
CARS available, E.O.E., shift differential per mo. $100 deposit. Call REPAIRED All makescleaned Call toll free 4 CHEVY WHEELS: 15", Slug, .
: brick home
security deposit required. a way to Live. Luxurious near Country
622-5620 aft.r 5
additional p.m. 2/25 1.800.248.0065 or $5 each 4 hub $5
; caps
625 Plnewood Dr. oiled and adjusted.
phone Club, well d..lgn.d..Affordabl. .
TRUCKS
benefits. For further Information tfn 1-800-2480321, ext. 777. each; boat axle & wheel
PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished 964.8073.3/25 tfn $15 Work 3/25 2tpd 4/1 $25 motor Elegance Handsome, new brick home In
contact Bradford ; new Mercury
UPS CARS PICKUPS from County Hospital, 964-6000, efficiencies and 1 ,FOR RENT 3 BR, 3'/ bathhouse guaranteed James AMF ROADSTER XL Moped $1350 (still In box), Connerly Estate Finest Insulation, frplc.. spring water
$35. Available at local Ext. 141.41 2tchg 4/8 BR opts., weekly or mon on Santa Fe lake 6 Strickland, corner MorganRd. w/2 carriers, windshield, 964.8016.1 1 tchgEUNICE'S Quality Choice. Magnificent Ig. home Country Club, 3IR.2
Gov't. auction. For directory RN FOR STATE AGENCY to thly. NEW FURNISHED mos. 'lease, do mag.d.po.1t and Hwy 16. TFNchg direction lights, special NURSERY B, HUGE fam.rm., frplc., 2 lots circle driveway.

call S03-687-6000. Ext. work with children, 40 hrs. STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple 964.8482.3/25 required $800 41MISCELLANEOUS mo. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install stand complete with all Tomato.; hot and bell Exciting Place. Geneva Lake Est. energy eff. home,
1211. Call r.fundabl. 3/25 p.r week, 1 yr. experience Ave., Starke. 3/11 tip 9/02 2tchg ed. Free estimate Handy- manuals Incl.' (hop' pepper; eggplant, con- $&5,000 VA mtg. $37,826. 8'10"%'
4tchg 4/15 In orthopedics, pediatrics 3 BR unfurnished house for Man Fence Co 964.8559. manual and 3 special tainer grown $1.50 can. LAKEFRONT
: 1976 BUICK: V-6, Good gas, or public health nursing. rent, 964.6841.3/25 tf TFNpd 1281TYPEWRITER tools. Some part 284 Phone 782.3972 located 2 GO AHEAD GET YOUR FEET WET
$1600. 1966 Mustang, .289 $516 bi-weekly. Call Mrs. IN STARKE 8R, 1 BA home. REPAIR: Call mile total milage. Owner miles north of Lawtey on .Lot on Gen.va Creek with beautiful oak trees. $14,000.
.ng.' $1600. Call 4dB-1000.I, Gall Acre, (9043774242.) Big yard. Close to shopping IF INTERESTED IN learning the Office Shop 110 W. too old to ride Itl SJ73. US301. look for sign.' 3/25 -Tropical lot on beautiful Lake Geneva. Only $24,200.

4/1.Itchg ext. 208. Equal Employment centers. No pet. $225 per sign language for the deaf Call St.. Starke, for details. Negotiable. Call 964-5577. tfn -Board/batten cottage. Lk. Brooklyn.$41.
[1974 DODGE POWER: Opportunity/Affir mo., first, last and deposit. call after 530: 9648642. 9645764. tfn Itpd 41HORSE TRAVEL TRAILER; 1982 Road Custom built home. Little' Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110,000.
WAGON. Fair condition mative Action Employ.r. Call 4681509. Itpd 4/1 4/1 GLASS CUT TO ,ORDER: FOR SALE: Filly, 2t Master, 32 foot, self- 1'Bedford Lk.-Own.r fin. $77,000.RENT .
runs good $1800 96451211after 4/1 2tchg 4/8 FOR RENT: lovely room. Doors windows, etc. yr*. old; western barrel contained air conditioned, OR BUY
5 p.m. 9646033. EARN EXTRA MONEY private bath, reasonablerent. riding saddle and bridle. roll-out Awning,
Earn HOMES JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY supremecoach '
Neat S. clean 3 BR. 1 / ba., CHtCA on 2 lots fenced,
Itchg 4/1 9646035. 4/1 4tchg $500. Call 964 8237. Itpd See
$15 to $20 a w..k for 2 8300. at
I 9646078. Orders also ,lake access, assumable B'/.%' VA mort. $55,000. CrystalLake
1974 4/22 FOR SALE .
[ CHEV. IMPALA Pow.r hours work delivering the taken In Lake BUtler 41'RIDING Shady Oaks Trailer Park
steering, power broke*,; Town ft Country Shopping FURNISHED ROOM For rent LAWN MOWER: 8 on US 301, Hampton. 4/1 Homeslte. $375 p/mo.
A/C, tilt steering wheel, Guide. No collecting; no In large house, kitchen 496-3079 and Keystone hp, Brlggs' & Stratton Itpd Sliver Lake 2 BR, 1 BA. $350 Mo.
runs and looks good)! bond required. Call Frank privileges, $100 month. including LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, Heights, 4734973. 2/26 tfn engine, $300. Call BUY NOW PROFIT LATER
rebuilt 350 engine, $600 Brady, 9043733121. 4/1 utilities. 4682515. 2 BA with large room BRADFORD SEPTIC"' TANK 964-8237 after 5 p.m. Itpd Ads .Bessent Rd 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.

783960.. Itchg 4/1 EXPERIENCED Part-time 4/1 tfn Fireplace. 12x20 screened SERVICE Bradford County 4/1 Classified .MH, 4 BR, 2 B, $21,500, Hwy 16, range, refrlg., D/W
m FORD LTD bookkeeper. Call 1 BR APARTMENT: A/C 8 TV, porch. Privacy garden. residential pump-outs, LAWN MOWERSi One small Get ResultsHill carpet 8. drops.S .
IROUGHAM AutomaticTrans. 964.8820.4/1 tfn all utilities, ideal for couple Many extra One yr. old. $50. We also re-lay drain 8 hp riding mower $100; ,m Acres fenced hi 8 dry Hampton ar.a. sheds, "rag tag"
., A/C PS, PB, radioS ONE POWER Plant or gentlemen. Assum. mortg. 11 '/. % lines. Phone 9648121. one walking-push mower, MH, 10000.

heater, 2 n.w tires,. ,Mechanic II. (Pay grad. 13 9646808. Itchg 4/1 after S PM. 4737059. 1/21 5/28 NnchgPROFESSIONAL $50. Both In good condi SecurityServlcel, CB 3 BR, 1'B, with pretty wooded acre lot In town excellent
dependable fransporto-l' Salary$10,816 with fringe CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for tfn Car CleanIng tion. Call 964.6653 Itpd LOCKSMITH condition some financing $41,000.

lion, $550, 964-6805. 3/181 benefits). Minimum rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto Service. Cleaned, 4/1 Burglar 8. Fire Alarm Frame, 3 BR pecan trees 239.171 on paced SRD-IB. I.MS
2tchg 4/1 qualifications, H.S. grad or| prison. Call 4681323. FOR RENT washed, glazed vacuumed GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP Residential 8. Commercial Ac. High & Dry. $23,500.Financing .
: 1971 T.IIRDI AM/FM 8 track'! t GED ;vocational school 4/1 HnMOBILE sanitized, and PIES 6 mo, old. $50 each. Leas Sale .Owner In Lawtey, 3 BR, CH/A. Approx. 1500
power seats, power lock, HOMES FOR RENT 3200 sq. ft. Warehouse deodorized $7.00 Call :964-6974.,4/l ,2tchg'
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grad withiwo"years.xvp.rl.nc. pickup"brKTlfeflvVred
Service "I h. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. drivewayt
sq. :! garage..
od-'tondltlo". :'mile., Jr.m. .stk"r.c Uy-., with retail office- 418EUNICE'S ,. ,
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limits. your HILL SECURITY 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH. metal barn pecan
malnt.nanc. of heavy Clean. Hwy. 16 E. Loading docks. place./ Call 964-7226, ask NURSERY I
space. .
SERVICE peach, apple tree Grapevine. $38,000.
Call
468-1323. 4/1 Hn Azalea
BOATS $1.50
gal. can.
dlesel or electric 25 FT TRAVEL TRAILER: Self- j Off Hwy 301. Call for Dennis. 12/10 tfn Rose, shrubbery Located 1520 S. Walnut Lots 63 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. 4900.
generating auxiliary.quipm.nl 964-5294 FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS Commerclal-250 on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.
contained, utilities furnish 2 miles north of Lawtey on 964-5849
12 or any combination .
FT. ALUMINUM Jon-Boat andexperience. ed. 127 Lafayette St., US-301. Look for sign, 809 N. Westmoreland-Nearly new Assum mtg.
with 7 hp Sea King boat of training 144 W. Call St. .Excellent commercial 1
Ability to read behind Wishbone Fried 7823972. tin.INTERNATIONAL prop. Many uses. Approx. ac.
motor. (Air cooled). Call and Indicator, Chicken. 4/1 Itchg 964-7303 140 TRACTOR w/155 ft. on 301. Steel bldg. Extras too numerous to list.
9646183. Itchg 4/1 Int.rpr.t record, to THREE ROOM furnished Open Engine rebuilt, call I MOBIU HOME Commercial Lot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buyl
etc. 1
IS FT BASS BOAT! 90 hp)I guages manual work apartment second floor. T.W.8.F. 9 til 5:30 9645798. Itpd 4/1 SERVICE POLES Large CB Home on 20 ac. SIMS. Sacrifice. Make Offer
Mercury [ p.rform Off-street Adult Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM S H RIDING LAWN MOWER ,
motor Mercury heavy equipment parking. Semi-Truck Drlvtr Geneva lake Estates- wooded ac. lot, term Clean
trolling motor, many extra and repair detect and corr.ct only. No pet*. Call or Hsivy Equipment Sat. > AM til 3 PM Nice, run good $13O ,I'I jpor *Mr ,neighborhood w/rolllng hill. Tennis courts.

.. Call 964.7047 orl 1 flaw In the operation of avarl.ty 9648498. Itchg 4/1 onun Suit catty AppointmentsNot 4681853. .I 7-W"; ; I.7TH Day Advent. Church. Rd. 230 A.
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4733880. MOBILE HOME! Two -nos Always FREEZER: Kenmore Chest, 15
Itchg 4/1 of electric powerplant Necessary ,615 Melton Terrace-See to Appreciate I IAcreageDavis
! IS FT LONE STAR BOAT 85 equipment. Considerable bedroom No Inside pets. HotIU.U.Classified 1/7 tfn cu. ft. $300, call 964.5273 200 AMP St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park

hp. 'Evenrude motor knowledge of Adults only.' Call 964-7619 PAINTING remodeling, 5\f\ r; 6 p.m 4/1.tgd- *235 -5 Acre near Hampton. Well, elec. pole, septic tank.

trailer, new tires, run.' principles and practices In or 964.8614. 1 Itchg 4/1 Ads new additions to patio, call Classified Ads Calf Any tints4.111 '..,71 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
good$12OO, 9645381.41 operation and NICE ROOMS FOR RENT 964.5854 day or night. 544 IT Walde. 1.40 Acres New River High and rolling.
: FT'MERCRUISER' BOAT maintenance.I-electric, week Colored and TV and Wall air$40 to wall per Get Results W. Call St. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 Get Results Realtor A..oclat.-After Hours

Trailer, call 964-7977. generating equipment required. Call up.964.9992 ask TV REPAIRS Used TVs for Wayne E. Douglas- Broker-Salesman-964-6593
carpet.
Make Offer!.4/1 2tpd 4/8 .,,tchg 4IClassified for Jan. 3/18 4tcha 4/8 If". sale. Guaranteed I Fred Sockett. Broker-Salesman e 468-1664
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- b7' I 9648903. 112 E. Call St. A/t'.. Lillian Pearson Broker-Salesman 964-5318
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; fr GARAGE SALE Rain odes I AND A BEAUTIFUL DECK to ? Byron Terwlllegar-964-7776 Martha Dorko-782-3397
z home. $5,50 ,
your per sq. Realtor! Anne T.rwlll. Nelsen-475-U77
1 = '301 S. Near_longchomp, Homes v *. U.S. 301 North ft. Includes treated lumber
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i ; Starket ', and skilled labor. Call for, 904-782-3931
'> Saturday, April 3 from 9 to 6. estimates lawtey
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) r ; >le".964.880 7823330. 4/1 tfn J BE. 2 BA MOBILE HOME on 5 ac. Scr..n.dporch, utility Register Oil & Gas
I WHEELS OF 'JAX.. INC. shea1 and barn. $30,000 terms. $28,500 cash.

) clothing sizes' 6 to 10, i e Titles Madder, Mobile Home towing, INI COUNTRY on 2 ac. 3 B*. I'/i BA, perfect garden space, 308 S. Thompson Street
p3 Yams, .lnclude girls r |,,,Mower .11 l!Chair blocking and anchoring. $44.500. jsSfeV 964-5888

, b variety of household It.ms, woman wear <. Lawn Mowers Call 1-398-6679 or 964-5889 COM/M./ LOT end bul/d. w/2400 sq ft. $12.000.

. nit and some) miscellaneous Items. All In e>x- \ e Small Engine Repairs after 7 p.m. 4/1 Stpd 4/29 IQMfTHINO DIFFERENT In a home In Strawberry Acres.] (Gulf)
', Chain Saws Sharpenedand MOWER CLINIC I FIX-IT You owe ft to yourself (e leak.CtOSf .
ITA celUnt condition. el. WaMIno SHOP: We repair smallS TO HOSPITAL One acre homeslre, $6.000.
nw -y engines, mowers, and op. 3 BK MOMt. $15.000. $3.0OO down 12* Int. 15 yrs.IM Fish Cookers GrillsLP

uri ,-- -- _. _- --. -- pliances at reasonable COUNTRY d At.. $10,500;10 Ac.-$2J,000; 30 AC 21000.
lot, lawfey area. $2,300NICEJBUneme
rot... 964.5760 3/23 2tpd .
CHAMPION Gas 'Fuels
LORRAINE
4/1 en lovely free-shaded lot. $21.500.Pf .
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IIOKM' .MISMAM RfECT MOBILE/ HOME SITE 10 Ac., barn and mere.
Get Results Acreage e Commercial GUITAR LESSONS Acoustics, 1.77 ACRE$ WITH fvlgQkpA) mobile home CH4A only Lubricant Solvent Oils -
electric
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PRICES PAID for ued Home a Farms $33,000.P. .
mobile homes if mortgage I, ,. flat-pick or thumb picking

Is 3/4 paid or more. OlIN'S i i-.. style. 9647076. 3/23 2tpd O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. lAWTf Y. Fl 32054
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MOBILE HOME SALES. Morning Sun STROUT REALTY 4/1 Classified(

964-3606. Op.n 7 daysw..kly Health Food Store INCMgn..raesecs. EXPERIENCED PAINTER In- 1- 'Mobile Homes Get Results
TFchg tenor and exterior neat
'XLES B TIRES 2 axle + 4 865 N. Temple Ave.lpm5:30pm work and reasonable New Listing-Brick. 3 BR's, 2 baths, fireplace, central Moved ,

.,.. W. pick-up, $100; price. Have good heat I air, $56,000. Local or statewide W.II
You. deliver $125. Olin. 838 N. TEMPLE AVE. 8US. ((904)964.8931) I references Paul 'Reduced! Grand older home In quit.neighborhood. It noves. Set-up & connections

Mobil. Ham. Sole.. Hwy. 964-8976 STARKE, FL 32091 AFTER HOURS 473.3096 Baughman Phone 'has 4 BR's & 2 Full baths, beautiful corner lot, $43,900. ,done.' Call Drilling

100.W Stark. 9645606. AI'' Across Amerlca 9646971.41 Itpd New listing-Secluded 2 BR home, garage, nice yard -462-458'1evenln. . . ..L
TFchg I WILL BABYSIT your children very private $24,500.' -. --
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ASH, PAID for aluminum In my home anytime Monday Handy Man-2 BR from. home, corner lot. new price

cons. 214. Copper brass PIONEER NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSHouse Friday Call 964.5685. 11500. A VACATION Fast Rotary
and batteries. H A R Block ELECTRIC CO. anytime ./1.1 ItpdPholographOr', Hampton-3 BR'.. living RM. dining RM. 100'x200> lot.lu.t FROI\IINFLATION Drilling Equip.
office, 31 S. 6th St., Mae-' on lake. 2 bedroom 1 bath, large rock I listed at $22,500.
cl.nny, Florida. Call Com Res., Ind. fireplace, custom kitchen. Screened In 10x36 front 0 Life looks brighter when I State LicensedJPumjM
259.6992. 1/07 Hn 782-3065 deck overlooking lake. Has 100 feet lake frontage. Huge lot with a sturdy 2 BR block home,. wal to you have a second in-1 . . . . .
32500. I -
ANTID TO BUVl Coin, Paved road frontage. Immaculate beautiful setting. everything orne selling Avon. Call)
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Call Joe Sappat Just llsted-lhl 3 bedroom 2 bath home located on a
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gold and silver Plenty of boating and Ideal 475-2467. Henkle
J.R sterling swimming just living. nice corner lot. Central heat 8. air $35,000. . . . . .
: Bulllngton, 964.6250. II.... Balancing $59,300.00 excellent terms. 984-8149
3/18 tfn 'ftl Sampson lake-Mobile Home boat slip a beautiful New & Used

it PAID FOR ALUMINUM Sharpening with Engine large trout stream. 6.55 acres oil pasture land, fenced After 6:00 pin view 17000. I Mary KaySalesPartso6ervic|
Tune-Up. Six Acres-fenced, fine property |lust lilted 16000.
CANS .
21 cents copp.r.brss has a small stream on one side and bordered by a ,. Cosmetics
batteries. NCR 12.50 We have several. new listing com end seel E-Z TermsJPlnmbtng
large swift flowing trout stream on bock. Located on .... . '.
Block Offke, 31 S. 6th St.. IKI'S SAW slate paved road plenty of room for cattle, horses NEIGHBORHOOD )uise Starling
Micclenny., Fl. Phine ft MOWER and several haute. Owner said sell only $22,300, Classified Ads PROPERTIES. INC. REALTOR- '473-3092
239 6992. 3/25 Hn'INntMAN
Seles ft Service
pay $5000.00 down assume loon. Get Results U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square96.c523 .
for
LOOKING & Weekends
us i.A.M.w M.us ves. New i Installation.i ;
Potty to do laundry onc. a Iaesr4.......--1 SIBSejaiMSHBBBMBBBnBII '
Highway frontage 1.34 acres located on Hwy. 60. long
week little Ironing. Will MI .4.1lt T Remodeling Repairs
deliver and pick-up. Storke hwy. frontage, dandly building site, good for business _. Shop fi Compare!! + .'),' . : .'
onJ),. phone 964-8678. 9 .Z or hou... Priced right at$85000.00 only$2000.00 down e, UMEROCK l'RI
12o.m. Itpel .11 f'BRADFORD' make you the owner. : IUnl I Special Insurance for! Darr nee
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ground with water. Call these are a few of ever 2000 listings. We have all GRAVEL ROCK e a e All "PUMP&
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96l-5951.4/12tpd 4/. CLEANING. type of property from $500.00 per acre.and up. We types ]
VANTIDi 1 to S. acres BrA'I have small tract, we alto have several cabins, BUILDING SANDS"Al owners policies for! SUPPLY

suitable for mobile home. I house, old farm, etc. Write or call today for a free AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 (mobile homes. I f COMPANY
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HEED\ A EASY SITTER. Room ft Hall 1-800-438-7421. Write or call today.CENTURY TOP SHIER CaD for Quote *j I| | "

Preferabla Klngsley lake $2l.t5'' ,ANY'AMOUNT ". Olln's Mobil. I r''N
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4/8 1 964-8940 Ch.rok.. Land Company Allen 1r )end..-(rwlrmiir'luaf INDEPENDENT" Ion Pflnlrd M U.S A. [Elaine M. Oln. Agent! .. .. r,. 't" .
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I ;' Starke is one of Many Stops/Miss America Elizabeth WardBy '


I ,.f" '\ Tony Burke down in a city already full of pretty Bradford County Fair, Ward seemeda on Arkansas.is Ward found herself in New Jersey for of new wave music here in Starke?"
for
"There no "typical" day aMiss
'' BCT Staff Writer thousand miles away detached the Miss 'America pageant. She
ladies. Appreciative glanceswere America," she Ward was anxious to sample some
,- I There was no great rush of excitement to be seen, but no analyzing and from the drive. different, depending says.on "They'reall the func- described winning the crown as"The of the famous strawberries. "I love
I f I rippling through the airport assessing stares. "I'm always on the road, constantly tion I'm attending." Ward admittedthat ultimate excitement." No, that's an strawberries, is there any way I can
t when Elizabeth Ward, better know as Ward was tired,.just in from a can- ," she said,opening up somewhat to she sometimes feels like just understatement ship them back to Arkansas?" She
f' l Miss America 1982, step out of dy festival in Rockford, Ill. She said brief, conversation, answering the sleeping in. Ward's music tastes run accordingto also wanted to send some grapefruitand
( Eastern Air Line's Atlanta
she had been on the go since 6:30: that today that she has oranges home.
questions her moods. She mentioned Dan
and into the Gainesville same Tall (5'9'M) and lithe
balmy Slumping into the back of a (125 lbs.),
>,,'. 1 afternoon. No fanfare, no pomp, she new morning.Oldsmobile 98 sedan for the driveto answered since in winning Atlantic the Miss New Ward decided to enter the contests Fogleberg, Gino Vanelli and the After appearing at the fair here,
America crown City Allman Brothers as some of her Ward will have off. She
,,: I another touching and leading to MissAmerica a few.days
was just pretty lady Starke where she will appear at the pageants up
weeks
14. "I two
got
Jersey last Sept. when she graduated from musical,favorites. "Ocassionally, I plans to go home, to spend Sunday
1t t off for Christmas, and next week"I'll high school "I wanted the scholar- like to listen to some new wave her 21st birthday, with her family in
'" ,yr. have four days to spend at home. ship, and decided to try," she said. music," She said. "Do they play lot Arkansas.
1rYeMIMr Home to Elizabeth is Russellville, -.. .. .. -- -- .;;:: .. ..
( Ark.,Population 14,000. Ward went to "After the second one, I really -
I a.F InI high school there and attends Arkansas started working hard. That's when
Tech whereshe majors In accoun- believed that I could go all the way to
ting. Mentioning home seems to lift Miss America" \
cI cI I her spirits, and throughout the con- (, lly
She pointed out that it takes a lot of b
versations between her, myself, Mr.
work well
hard as as perserveranceand
Mac Baldwin from Starke and Ellie
faith. "There's no such thing as
I Ross from Atlantic City; a pageant of- luck," Elizabeth said.
: ficial who is now in her third year as a
J3 chaperone for Miss Americas, the Seven contests later, including the I .
I subject seems to always wind up back 1981 Miss National Sweetheart title, i
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No Foul Called in Inmate DeathFlorida I .

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State Prison inmate James Gainesville.
Sanders died March 31 at 1:24 a.m.in Sanders,36,a black male,was serv-
Shands Hospital after an accident in a ing a life sentence for murder received -
basketball game. in 1972 from Polk County. prinq Saving
Tuesday evening Sanders ran into .
another player receiving a head-chin According to Superindentent C. G.
Strickland Jr., the death
injury during a basketball game at was ac
7:15.: He was taken to Union General cidental. An autopsy will be performed )
Hospital, in Lake Butler, by Rescue but there is no indication of foul
and later transferred to Shands in play. '

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