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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 8, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Countians back to the closet for blankets early Wednesday morning when si i i r: iktf.I'IS: "Tw.S.ctlon. xiNI i ,,I' P )
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ever,hit the nation, brought killing blizzards, tornadoes, record snowfall, Sport.. .', .. .. ).Ipog.. .10.,112', "" i;
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> Monday night's thundershower brought an average of 1.26 inches at : :
rain Bradford County Strawberries were undamaged and growers; !
said the rain was''"just what we needed." SECTION B: The'Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Hectven :
A 40 percent chance of showers is forecast for today (Thursday) and 'N.w. Brl.". ,Pag. 5,4Obituarl. '.
Friday, with fair to partly cloudy and mild temperatures for Saturday. '.". .Pag.. 2.34 103rd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy .
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A promise to have a proposed fire said he urging commissioners to per building: Alvarez says he will sug-
tax ordinance ready by the May 3 proceed with a fair assessment and gest a maximum charge since some
meeting was made Monday, April 5, let the money fall where it will this farms have 12 or 15 bUildings '
by the Bradford County Commission year. A figure of 25 cents per acre was .. ..
1 'The commission will have to decide also proposed for open timberlands ;:
If ordinance is acceptable to the Local timber firms opposed that high '
when Alvarez completes his data I Ia
; county commissioners, they could gathering what rates to charge. figure, but reportedly have agreedto
.s okay it for advertisement at the May The commission has talked about$5 10 cents per acre -
meeting, with a final vote becoming
possible in June. It would be the new .
fiscal year, which begins in October, iII
when the fire tax would be effective. I ,t /
"It's been 20 months.. The council t { y ,
i wants a formal report," said Fire 4' .

I trr Council! spokesman Bill Crouse, the err' wl yIf
4 '. volunteer fire chief in Lawtey. *
I George Pierce, secretary of the fire S'. ,
council and former Brooker fire chief,
was also present so be could back up 1r1 ri'
what the commissioners told Crouse.

"Corne! in, Mr. Mosley," Chairman i'i'h
Maxi Carter, Jr. invited when ';
Crouse made his request for a former q

position statement" by the commission -
'Commissisoner Lawrence
Mosley has headed the drive for a fire
tax for volunteer firemen. ,
It's his fault that work on the fire .
tax law has not progressed faster.
Basic information has been gathered
f',', '>' Mosley said, but he simply has not Sw
Top BUS Acadamicians. called a meeting to work on the or-
dinance. The commission has been
The eight students earning straight-A's. for the 4th'six-, by Starling, Tammy Mersey, Richard Trainor, and waiting on Property Appraiser Jim- .L....
weeks grading period at BIIS are (l-r) Brian Davis Deborah Roark. my Crosby to come up with information -
J Michelle Kimutis. Chuck Williams. Susie Alvarez..Bob Trainor. Miss Kimutls and Miss! Roark have earned j on which to base a tax, Mosley Doyle Conner is Honored...
straight-A's all four sIx-weeks! of the' HI-82; term so far. 1 said. '
f "We need to get together," Mosley Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle {Conner a Bradford {'ounty
;' : i said.. native returned to home ground and ate fried fish unit huslipuppie\ at an Appreciation -
... .1W'.n., ." : "III his honor by local friends and sui. >i>oirs ut the
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"""O Earfr -StraMit-A's at'BHS i' iaid"Within attorney the Dudley next 10-12 Hardy months, kidding'r Fairgrounds T,unuljy.. :, ,_ j .

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I.' .Eight students of the 1,000 enrolled Community College courses at nighton history, plane geometry, chorus, "Is it safe to tell the chief (Crouse) '}air' Weather
at Bradford High School, or 8/10th of the BHS campus. English, and typing. we'll have" a report at the next
? asked Chairman Carter.
one percent, earned straight-A's for meeting"
the fourth 6-weeks grading period Chuck Williams, a senior, son of Miss Roark, Miss Kimutis and "Yes, Mosley said. .
No vote will be possible at the May Rides Cleaner Newer lUtJ 1'In
which ended March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams of Trainor have earned straight-A's' all meeting, attorney Hardy said. A ; e /hirrg I IIh'
Kingsley Lake. Williams is enrolled in four grading periods so far this term.
be held at the
Thirty-seven more students, or 3.7 public hearing can May
Miss Alvarez has earned Carols Eaves
percent, earned no grade lower than a advanced physical education world straightA'sfor meeting. Hardy said, with the earliest !
history, individual art, British two of the four grading periods. It IK'T Staffriter
B, and are placed on the A-B honor vote possible being at the June
is the first the list Can believe didn't the Bradford ...... I
roll. The 45 students, 4.5 percent of the literature, geometry, and is a time on straight-A meeting. you it rain on County Fair
student body, comprise the top teacher's assistant. for Davis, Miss Hersey, Starling, and "When is the election? We'll have it Beautiful weather greeted the 40,000 fairgoers who attended I the: annual
Williams.The four-day event. A few on Saturday could not blow the
strong gusts up
academic Carter
students at BHS for the 4th by then Chairman joked.
6-weeks. Susie Alvarez, a Junior, daughterof "Seriously, it's been a complicated usual wet fairgoers have come to expect: for the: fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Powell of 37 students on the A-B honor procedure," Carter told Crouse. It was a good fair this year, according to Fair Manager Bill Wilson.
Straight-A students are: Starke. Miss Alvarez is enrolled in roll are: Appraiser Alvarez said Wednesday The fair exhibitors were really great this scar and all but one: space inside
trigonometry, advanced American morning he needs a few more weeksto the buildings was taken. Wilson said they all expressed: the desire to
history, applied math sociology, Seniors Tina return: next year: to the cleanest and best fair anjwhere:
Tammy Hersey, a senior, : Best Angela Bo>ett, finish gathering data. Is may be
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert American literature, typing I. Vickie Carver, Valerie Hightower, possible for Alvarez to get the !information The Chamber: of Commerce sold 75,000 advance: I tickets: for the midway'
i Hersey of Theressa. Miss Hersey is Martin Hunter, Paula Joiner, Gina to the commission in time fora rides as well as honoring last years: tickets.: A new company provided 1 the:
f enrolled in two clases of computer Lane Camille Livingston, Cathy Martin proposed ordinance to be drawn for rides this year, they were cleaner newer and provided: more thrills for
Brian Davis of
a junior, son Mrs. those brave: enough to ride. The Super Loop was a favorite ride: with a
programming, law studies, teacher's Terri Mathews, Randy Parado the May meeting, but he isn't sure.
Bonnie Davis of Brooker. Davis is
long line at all times. It left many upside down !>screaming!, ready to
aide yet
individual world study, and enrolled in algebra I, anatomy and Randy Starling, Richard Sullivan Rather than going through the tax
British literature. Karen Thorpe, Edward Winkler. roll twice Alvarez said his staff is try go again.
physiology, art I, advanced English, The free: fish fry honoring Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle: Conner
ing to build the 1982 tax roll at the
Bobby Starling, a senior, son of education.American history, and physical Juniors: Guy Dyal Beth Francis same time, but it is taking longer thanif on Thursday was a big !success !serving.( approximately loo:) people According
Mrs. Louise Lichtenberger of Lawtey. George Hodge Bo Wheeler. he was simply gathering date on to Property Assessor Jimmy Alvarez the>' were to serve fresh
Starling is enrolled in physical educa- which to base the special fire tax. mullet but the bad weather I : in the: gulf made that impossible so they I served
ition, shop, agriculture, guitar, and Deborah Roark, a junior, daughterof Sophomores: Bernie Akridge, He still feels very comfortable with whiting which was good David Smith from the: Vn-Tec and inmates
:typing. Mr. and Mrs. George Tomasovitchof Gwendolyn Brown, Mike Christmas, his estimate of 7,500 buildings in the from Lawtey Corrt'cllonallnltitution helped with cooking and serving! the
Lawtey. Miss Roark is enrolled in Steve Marshall, Martha Murphy, county. Alvarez says broken down into fish. There was a long line for the better part of an hour but no one: had lo
: .Richard Trainor, a senior, son of shorthand, advanced American Theresa Ricks, Faith Roberts, Nancy 4,000 residences either permanentor wait very long, with most t of the people: able to shake hands with Bradford
:Mrs. Edna Martin of Starke. Trainor history, plane geometry, typing I, ad- Roberts, Michelle Stillwell Renee mobile homes, and the other 3,500 native Conner himself.
:Is enrolled in applied math, band, law vanced English 11, and chemistry. Wimberly, Julee Wise either farm or commercial.At The swine and steer shows and sales were: very !>uccc'slofullhis >eur.
:studies, sociology, British literature, $5 per building the tax would bring Neither: the record number of !steers nor inflation hurl the sales bv-' the
plus he takes a full load of Santa FeSATUBDAY. Michelle Kimutis, a sophomore Freshmen: Brenda Bawek. Philip in some $60,000 per year, it has FFA and 4.II before: a very good attendance.\ ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crews, Maxine Fralick, Marie Innocent been estimated. According to Wilson it was a really good fair but he is'damn (glad it is I
Kimutis of Starke. Miss Kimutis is Stephanie Redding, Amy Roark, Harry Green chief of the Bradford over." But he says that every: year.,.
enrolled in BSCS (biology), world Melanie Wood. County Volunteer Fire Department,
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City Negotiating for Alternate Site for Proposed Apt. Complex I

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Starke commissioners continued to Utilities Supt. Merrill Dees about Stokes & Co. has not pressed the progress Crosby said he is talking to Stokes & already zoned BP, the 'remainder is
postpone a vote on the Bessent Road what the charge would be. of the suit. A circuit judge has Co. about a specific site, but doesn't zoned single family residential
apartment Issue, and said it will senda "That man sure knows how to get twice refused motions by attorney want to reveal the location of the site (K-1A),
J split decision on a duplex in nor- through an agenda," commented one Leonard Ireland defending the city, yet.The The council rejected a site plan for
theast Starke back to the zoning spectator. to dismiss the Stokes& Co. complaint.The area is wooded all around not the entire 10 acres and refused to
board. Reason for the postponement on the city is trying to work it out in near any houses, and owned by the rezone the R-1A portion to BP. allow
"Looking over the audience here proposed Bessent Road apartment private negotiations which he is one person. ing multi-family residential, then rejected -
we've got a feeling most of issue is that the city is in negotiationswith heading Crosby said Wednesday "One thing I won't do is move it a site plan for just(he protion
f here about one of two zoning you are Stokes & Co. to find an alternate morning. Crosby said his goal is to from one neighborhood to another" already zoned BP. -
tions" said Mayor Vernon Silcox ques- site, says Commissioner Jimmy work something out satisfactory to Crosby asserts. Residents of the Bessent Road area
:April 10 opening the meeting. Crosby. both parties without spending a great Crosby said he has worked the last have opposed the project on the
BAKE SALES Stokes & Co. has brought suit 'deal of money. two weeks (then all day Friday, April grounds that multi-family housing is
.. Bradford Square BSterk. "No action will be taken'on any of against the city after its 3-2 turndownof Stokes & Co. is talking with him 2, with attorney Terry Brown. As late not compatible with the major property
Plans AM .4 PM this tonight," said Mayor Silcox thus a site plan and zoning change on and, basically, is involved in the as Tuesday afternoon April 6. things use in the area. ,. '
: Procood to hola Bth ,rad. emptying about 2/3 of the jammed city part of the parcel on Bessent Road, discussions now, Crosby says. But looked pretty positive Crosby said. The city zoning board approvedboth
'. trip to Dlinoy World hall meeting room. just down the road from the duplexes any agreement is "still very much up Stokes & Co. has a $1 million site plans.. The city council
built by Mrs. Cecilia Terwillegar and in the air.." Farmers Home Administration which has final say, rejected both the
j MONDAY. April 11 Another resident, Mrs. Joyce Bar Albert Longchamp.The There is a possibility the site can be (FmHA) loan to build a 40-unit apart last action coming June 30, 1981
:'. CHIME WATCH ton, wanted to know if the city would council was advised last month moved voluntarily by Stokes & Co. if ment complex The proposed site is 10 Stokes & Co, filed suit Aug. 3. 1981
t,. PUBLIC MEETING 7130 PM clear up the mess from a burned by new city attorney Terry Brown certain details can be worked out acres on Bessent Road just off SR-230 Aug. 4 the city'.council decided to
Fair Ground. Show Ar.na house on East Madison Street. Mayor that it stands perhaps a 10 percent such as water and sewer availability, between Bradford Villas and Mimosa employ outside council. Ireland, to
I Silcox told Mrs. Barton to meet with chance of winning the suit. So far, and the difference in the cost factors. Drive. Some 6 acres of the site is defend the city.

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BRADFORD FOR MEETING RETARDED ASSOCIATION. 730 CITIZENS PM City Zoning Board ',Gets Split Decision Put Right Back in Its, Lap 1.A 1.

Sunihlno Aero. Public InoHodSFCC ...
.', split decision on the petition for a Council members had apparently southeast corner of Orange and cedures for Frances Street. Rodney chins said he doesn't care what kind
,1. SPRING REGISTRATION zoning change to allow construction of talked it over before the public Frances Streets directly across from L.B. Hutchins, and Tom Allen all of duplex Ely' buildS,. but expressed f
?. lo 1 PM a duplex apartment on N. Orange meeting. the residence of AI Kay Carlisle The residents of the area, were present fear that the ,
_r In Starfco OHIco Street was sent back to the Zoning The :3-3 tie by city zoners came on a portion of Frances Street, borderingthe Tuesday night. undesirble element'duplex might Into bring his an
Board at the April 6 city council petition by Gerald K. Ely Starke Ely property on north side is plat- Rodney was told to see an attorneyabout neighborhood.Allen .
THURSDAY. AorlMS_ meeting.The building contractor, for reclassification ted but the closing ,' .
Jtt L has never been open for use procedure. asked the city to tear down
) MAUNDY SERVICE council is unanimous in its decision of Lots 5 and 6 of Block 2, Dowling' as a street. Rodney said It would actually be an old cabin that is Frances an
I. .. to send the split vote right back to & Subdivision, from RlC advantage to him on Street.
Flr* Un. .. MothodUt (single Calvin Rodney who said he owns to have Frances Councilman
Jimmy said
r 4 'Church 7>M PM the zoning board. Mayor Vernon family' residential) to" R-2A eight lots in the area which Frances Street opened, but said he is new to city will look into that.-Allen Crosby the
l, Silcox said Tuesay night April 6, (multi-family residential). Street runs through asked the council the area and doesn't want to bring too says he
wants to and
sell the cabin is
rl' before any discussion took place. The property located at the how in his a detri-
to initiate a street closing pro- many people on neighbors. Hut- ment to the sale.


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County Gets Good Audit Report for 1981 BUS SophChosen ,'tf I T ,

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A complimentary audit report for computerized system. Authorized a Public Employee employees are expected to be used in (iS
the fiscal year which ended Sept. 30. -Making efforts to Implement a bet. Deferred Compensation arrangementas an effort to stay within the $13,000 I
1981 has been handed the BradfordCounty ter purchase system so the board will explained by representatives from grant. Youth LeaderBradford
Commissioners by Auditor be kept advised of encumberances by Metropolitian Insurance Company,
Pat Farnsworth of Davis, Monk & the judicial system and will be able to under which an employee can have a Okayed a trip to Tampa for At. .
Farnsworth, Inc. plan accordingly. certain amount deducted from his torney Dudley Hardy, Sheriff Dolph High School sophomore
Due to a change from a bookkeeping -Making an effort to annually makea pay, pay taxes on less money, and Reddish, and Commissioners Homer Michelle Stilwell has been selected as
:: machine to a computerized more complete record of county have the savings protected from Hart and Maxie Carter on the construction one of 186 tenth-graders from around '
= system some records were not able to property. To this end the auditor taxes like an Individual Retirement of new jails. the state to attend a 1982 Florida
:: be posted timely, but the change has report recommended a fence be built Account (IRA), Youth Leadership Seminar being held
:.: been made and savings accounts are around the county yard in back of the Instructed Clerk Gib Brown to 'May 14-16 in Orlando.A .
:: being posted timely CPA Farnsworth courthouse. After no one objected;at public seek new bids on health insurance for committee of faculty at BUS
;; told the commission at its Monday, In a later letter dated March 23, hearing, agreed to the closing of a county employees. Currently the nominated Michelle based on her
=: April 5, meeting. Clerk Brown wrote the state auditor road which ends in the front yard of county is covered by Aetna and the leadership ability and long list of ac
= "You're very careful with your general the county is: 1) Separating Rex Smith residence off SR-225. Attorney local agent is Richard Roberts. tivities and accomplishments. The :
:: money," said Farnsworth, com duties, such as having bank deposits Richard Welty representedRex Seminar Is hosted by the Orlando
:=: plimenting the commissioners and made up by a different person than Smith, who did not appear at the Approved for payment a $42,386bill Jaycees as part of the Hugh O' rian .
:: clerk Gib Brown. take the money in, 2) Storing in a hearing..Approved. from Florida Power & Light for Youth Foundation. .
=:; Available spendable income in- locked cabinet, and 3) Keeping a moving utility poles on Crawford Michelle, the 'daughter of Mr. and
=: creased during the year, said Farn- register of all pre-numbered receipts.In closing a road closing Road when it was paved. Mrs. Lloyd and Melodic Stilwell of ,
=: sworth. That is expecially important petition in Strawberry Acres, off Graham, and the other students will r tdr
::: under a new Florida law which other action, the Commission: US-301 north of Starke, at the requestof Was read a letter from Chief Ad- be exposed to and have discussions
: allows the governor to come in an Charles Wright. If the road is clos- mistrative Judge Benjamin Tench ex- with leaders in the realms of _
: take over any county that looks like it Received a new mental health plan ed the property will revert to Wright pressing( appreciation for the com- American economics, business,
a is in financial trouble. from Jerry McGriff, the county's and Raymond Sauls. The board mission s interest in the courthouse science, government, and industry,
= Clerk Brown took particular care to representative on the North Florida okayed the closing pending confirmation space allocation for the court system. and a field trip to Walt Disney's EP-
=- invest idle monies to earn extra income Regional Mental Health Board and that the legal description sup "Whatever happened on the courthouse COT center. They've already been
:= which may turn out to be Dr. Bill Lennon, director of the Brad- plied by Wright,who did not use an attorney space issue?" asked Commissioner mailed reading material which >sad 4tricit5.' ..
::; especially important considering the ford Mental Health Clinic. The plans is correct. Lawrence Mosley. focuses on "America's incentive Cheer.: ..
= commission Is close to its taxing limit calls for the same $48,000 the county "It's still in limbo," replied County system" and explains inflation and "Leading" a
= of 10 mills. Farnsworth noted he'd has been donating, Lennon said adding Talked of plans to bring the Brad- Attorney Dudley Hardy. other economic factors which "make One of the leadership qualities III IS
= said that often, but noted it beared the unit is making a greater effort ford County jail into compliance with American tick." It won't be all sophomore Michelle StillwHI gets to
:= repeating. to collect fees. the Department of Correction recom- Learned the DOT has agreed to business as passes will be handed out show often i Is her ability to lead cheers
=: In two letters to Auditor General mendations with the use of county repave the Call Street railroad cross- for some free time in Disney World. with the cheerleader squad thi'i
= Ernest Ellison, Clerk Brown confirmed Authorized county employees to labor, labor from local prison in- ing, which is SR-230. Chairman Maxie The Hugh O'Brian Youth Founda- >eur.
:: the county is correcting problems participate in the First Florida mates, and the use of a $13,000 grant Carter said the word was given in a tion's motto is "Motivating tomor-
::. cited in the audit report. Accordingly Employees Credit Union in Jackson from the Department of Administration hearing with the DOT in Lake City row's leaders today. Literature
:= the county is: ville. The credit union at Lawte joined which must be used for law en- last week published by the Foundation says age group" in their quest for self-'
:=: -Posting C.D. activity to the general rectional Institution recently forcement. Sheriff Dolph Reddish O'Brian's purpose in founding the development. .
:. ledger as well as subsidiary accounts. First Florida Credit Union, which has noted many small items mentioned in organization in 1958 is based on seeking Michelle: is a member of the student
:-:=: -In the process of implementing an expanded its activity to include any the jail report have been rectified, Gave unanimous approval to a out, recognizing, and rewardingthe council junior varsity cheerleader
:- encumbrance system as time and county, city or prison employees if the such as making a door open the opposite resolution to establish a Crime Watchin leadership potential of high school and annual staff member, and also
-= economics permit. governing unit authorizes participation way. Major problem is the Bradford County. The movement is sophomores. And to encourage and runs track at BUS. Her hobbies are
::: Issuing monthly financial reports and agrees to a payroll deduction building of a fire escape for the being organized by local realtors, led assist members of "this formative sewing and sunbathing.
::: on a timely basis since going on the plan. upstairs jail cells, but county by Mrs. Vernie Odom.

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:: By Dolores Meng She is survived by her husband, and friends from Saturday to Tuesday Hampton School children." Mrs. Min- Hack to School Stark.. Florida 32091
Phone: 46X-I9I3: Paul Riffel, and an infant daughter. dy McLean was assisted by Mrs. After a wonderful week of vacation,
Family Reunion April Birthdays Jolene Friese among others in faculty and students will return to Second Close postage paid at
Easter Egg Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall were Billy Horne celebrated his 11th bir distributing some 500 colored eggs( for school on Monday, April 12. Stark, FloridaSub.crlpflon
::: The Hampton Woman's Club is among those attending the Hall Family thday on April 5. Amy Clark kindergarten through seventh School ;Menus
::: sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt on Reunion held at Theressa on Sun- celebrated her 14th birthday. Kristen graders. The following students of Mindy Dates:
= Saturday at 2 p.m. The children of the day, April 4. Michelle Fuqua had her 1st birthdayon McLean's fourth grade class In trod. ar.a: $9 00
-::: area arc invited to come to the Hampton Tornado Hits April 6.Hampton. The fourth, fifth, and sixth grades prepared menus being served in il. months p.r yearSS.OO
: Recreation Park for this party. The Griffin Industries plant was Elementary School assisted the kingcrgarteners, first t. Bradford County Schools during! the
:: Condolence was damaged by a tornado which Construction Begun second and third graders in locatingthe week of April 12 to 15: Michael Outild trod. 10.00 .
= Sincere sympathy is extended to the struck about 7 p.m. on Thursday. The The new school cafeteria and kit- hidden eggs and prizes. Campen, Jerry Loiacano Randall area: pry arIS
50tl months
.: family and friends of Bonnie Trisler truck barn and nearby trees were chen are among projects now being The school PTA furnished moneyfor Smith, Angela Truett, Stacy Khoden, s
:: Riffel who died early Sunday, April 4 twisted by the storm. formulated. Faculty, students and the candy which was used for the Lesley Padgett and Macey Khrxlon.
:; in Golfport Indiana. "isitorsMrs. parents are happy to sec this project party. -
: Bonnie will be remembered as the Phyllis McClure and sons, materializing.( Everyone appreciated the
:: friendly girl who was Valedictorian of Kasey and Ryan, of Tampa visited Easter Party McDonald's punch which was servedby
i her 1972 Bradford High School class. her parents, other family members Friday, April 2, was a big day for all the seventh graders. : .

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Hy Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Irs Pendarvis and her niece his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. returned to her home last week after ,.
Phone: 7K2-XIOO: Mrs. Denise Crapse,Jr.,and Michael, Larry Norman and Rhonda. He wentto .spending three weeks with her
spent the weekend with her husband, the fair with them and enjoyed it nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Ben- .
PERSONALS: Sgt.Mike Crapse, Jr., in Hinesville, very much. He also attended services ny Wilkison, Jr. 'IIA 'f
Mrs. Irma Brown, of Hastings wasa Ga.We with them on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy
guest of her niece, Miss Shawna are happy that Mrs. Hester and Mrs. Fleam Starling Boch, and Mrs. Mamie Barrett attended '
Brown Sunday through Thursday Hicks Higginbotham was able to visited Mrs. E.F. Caldwell in their first cousin Mrs. Alice
while her Dad, Mr. D.O. Brown was a come out of St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville on Thursday.We Raulerson's 70th Birthday Party at
surgical patient in St. Vincents Jacksonville, on Saturday. She will be are happy to report that Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sweat
Hospital, Jacksonville. He was with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Earl Troxell was able to return home at Bryceville on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. REASON
operated on Tuesday and he was ableto and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Nancy Sunday, April 4th after having had Phil Eunice, of Lake City, #14: If Block makes an error,
come home on Friday. for awhile. Our prayers are with her. surgery in St. Vincent's Hospital visited her in-laws Mr. and Mrs. we'll pay the penalty. And the interest.We .
Leslie Phillips, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. George Roller attended Jacksonville on March 24th. Our Harold Eunice, on Sunday afternoon.
came to visit his mother, Mrs. C.J. want you to walk out our door with total confidence '
a play "You Can't Take It With prayers are with him. Henry Hodges and son Mark, Mr. So. if ,.
Phillips on Tuesday. You," Saturday night in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Steel and and Mrs. Buddy Smith attended the tar that's our error causes you to owe additional)
Mrs. O.J. Anders spent Sunday until Melvin Futch, of Black Mountain, daughters, Duane and Mickey are stock car races at Lake City on Saturday all you'll pay. We'll pay any interest and
At
penalty H&R Block
Tuesday with her son-in-law and N.C. was a Wednesday dinner guest of spending two weekings with Mr. and night. we stand behind our work
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Mrs. Lester Walker and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended And we stand behind you
Jenkins, of Hilliard. after
They came Norman Steele. the Roy Tomlinson's Funeral
her and brought her home. We are happy to report that Mrs. Mrs. Mildred Lockhart, of Jackson- recently in Belleview I 11\\ \JI'f
Miss Elzabeth Terry and Miss Ar- Albert Norman was able to come ville, plans to spend a few days with Miss Mary Ann Motes, daughter of
thurine Blanchard visited her sister, home from St. Vincent's Hospital, her grandchildren Mr and Mrs. Tony Mrs. Beatrice Wells, of Leesburg, H&R BLOCK
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs.
Jacksonville, on Wednesday. Our Hodges.Mr. visited Mrs. Oscar Carter on Sunday VISA ::1 I r
Thelma Wilson, of Baker Nursing prayers are with them. and Mrs. Bill Warren, of afternoon. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Home, Macclenny on Thursday after- Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and Park visited '
Orange Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ann Starling of Jacksonville 17 One
noon. son Jeff, of Starke, were Sunday din Lester Walker on Sunday and will go and her son Daric visited her parents, reasons. smart decision: ,,' '111 I
Mr. James Ellison his daughterMrs. ner guests of their parents, Mr. and to Bradford
County Hospital and visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and STARKE
KEYSTONE'
Carl Koblentz, and her children HEIGHTS
Mrs. L.M. McClellan. with Mr. John Steele before going family on Sunday afternoon.
Loretta and Mickey, visited Petty Of- Daric Harvey, of Jacksonville, home. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts attendedthe 964 N. Temple Ave Keystone Shops #3L, I..
ficer First Class and Mrs. Joe Harris spent the weekend with his great- Mrs Nellie McLean of Cat Fish Festival. 964.8286 Hwy 21 N .
and family on Saturday afternoon. grandmother, Mrs. Ola] Starling and Charlestown, New Hampshire, 473-3646 /' ,
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fair. Starling expects to pick on Valdosta, Ga. is about as far as he war conditions of higher prices for berry production. Now less than a
Although a prolonged 24-hour rain 1982 strawberry crop. plants goes, Norman plants fertilizer and all farm sup- dozen commercial growers kept alive
from his 95,000 says.
: two weeks ago caused some fruit rot, Plants are in fine shape and are putting through April
at $8 a plies, added to competition from the almost lost art of producing "the
and his steady Marketing methods
the brief 1.7 inch rain that fell in a on another good crop of bloom reports prices for the county'sestimated I
west of cheap-labor areas such as Mexico sweetest strawberries this side of
flat "at the shed his farm 125
on acres today are a far
thunderstorm was and
: Monday night fruit, according to Leon Starling "
contributed to the steady decline in Heaven.
; "just right," according to growers first prize winner of the best flat of Lawtey. His fields are already open to."youpickers" cry from half a century ago when it
and lease life to the berries shown at last week's at 75 cents a quart. took a flock of refrigeratored express .
gave a new on county to __. _.oiiiii.. -" IoIftI.1l! : .
Other growers also expect prices cars to haul away the harvest from '
hold firm at around $8 through more than a thousand acres of berriesin lI'V.. .

Easter. Starling's only complaint is peak production years. Bradford With the Cost of You
I Community' Happenings. .. the uncertainty of marketing his berries were familiar in those days on Energy Today,
bumper crop of berries. "You have to the markets of New York, Boston can't afford NOT to own a Woodburner,
make your own market these days, Philadelphia and other Eastern ,
and never know just how and where markets. f 0 e or a Reversible Fan
Methodist Church in Gainesville.This .
Maundy Thursday work one of the most popularof you're going to sell the next day's High priced jobs during the pre- (I (Commercial and Residential)
Services Set Easter cantatas will be performedwith picking, he says. World War 11 days of construction at '
At First Methodist orchestra and chorus. The L.M. (Buddy) Norman Jr., whose Camp Blanding paved the way for a I 30 Days FREE (in home) Service
presentation, directed by Richard 15 acres makes him the largest berry decline in production in the Starke
Maundy Thursday communion ser Dixon, will feature soprano soloist grower )in the county has the same and Lawtey areas with many 12)103* with Installation -
vices commemorating Christ's last Marlene Udell tenor David problem marketing his crop within 50 farmers leaving their fields to join the S8 8 I
supper with his disciples, will be held Shoemaker and baritone Bill McRaeof miles of his farm on SR-225, Bradford ranks of higher paying war time jobs.
tonight (Thursday April 8)) at 7:30: Starke. County's "strawberry row." Acreage began to decline and post- Starting at 15.00
p.m. at the First United Methodist The presentation will also includethe I

Church in Starke.A Shubert Mass in G, featuring the Vacuum Cleaners'Spring We Carry ALine
special music service directed by same solists.Disabled. "Fan'Mastic Sale Continues
Bill McRae will be included. Complete of
The public is invited. A nursery will VeteransTo Clean-up Sale ALL FANS -

be provided. MeetAll flew Rebuilt Used Black Bart Fisher 30% Off Sale Price

Easter Cantata Set disabled American veterans and Kirby's : Royal's Hoover's .. Buck BirminghamJotul
At Trinity MethodistThe their families are invited to attend the Fisher Stoves
next monthly meeting of the DAY IIi iiIIII Electrolux Filter Queen We Now Carry

Seven Last Words of Christ by Chapter 61, Starke, on April 8 at 7:30 f
Dubois will be performed Friday p.m. at the Pratt Street Recreation. Parts to fit all makes Repair on all makes New Hunter "Cultured Stone"Veneer
April 9, at 8 p.m. at Trinity United Center on W. Pratt Street.
s4e1inane AI Young Vacuums Reversibles for I

I School Lunch Menus Our Hwy. 301 N., Starke 9C4-6918 Starting at$1590052" Homes & Fireplaces i


Bradford County Middle SchoolVo. green peas, applesauce, butterscotch squares, NEW Just Came In CASBAH Reversible
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cheese rolls milk.WHnelday -
Tech. Center April 14 Hamburger on bun, 48" Ocean Breeze 52" Antique Brass or Polished Brass
and all elementary schools French fries, lettuce tomatoes: pickle,pear uPside Solid Antique Brass Cane Blades
Monday April It.Macaroni cheese 1/2 spiced down cake, milk. ENJ
ham sandwich cole slaw pear halves,milk. Thursday. April IS Spiced ham sandwich, Varible Speed Reversible $ 0 0
STuenday.April 13.Turkey dell,corn on the cob, vegetarian beans w/bacon, cole slaw peaches 5- Warrenty 3 9
M French fries,strawberry shortcake milk. cookie milk year
Wednesday April 14 Chili, crackers, cheese Friday.April II Managers Choice Day. --- $ "
... toast,garden salad, fruitslcle, milkS Ala-Carte ONLY 118. 5 year warrantyCome
Thursday April II Fried chicken mashed Monday April 12 Pizza hamburgers French
5 potatoes gravy, buttered green peas hot rolls fries, milkshakes asfer'ttnris on in.,.and see our showroom and our In-stoi specials. with limited quamllei. And also, enjoy our one]
= chocolate pudding,.milk. Choice Tuesday April 13 .. Cheeseburgers, plaza to one personal service, remember.. when you drive a little, you save a lot.
:H Friday April I* Mangers Day French fries' milkshakes.Wednesday .
2 Bradford County High School fries,,milkshakesThursday. April 14. Hamburgers. pizza REVERSIBLES Many More Brands
French
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= Monday. April tt Salisbury steak mashed April IS Pizza cheeseburgers to choose from...
= potatoes d gravy,garden salad fruit cup biscuits. milkshakes, French fries ervioes
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: Turiday April 13 Chicken rice buttered
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1 Tornado Talk Starke Country Club 9th Hole a Kenroy .FROM Nutone: Emerson $ 3 gOO

a Monticello Casablanca (plus other brands)

1 by Vickie Carver 1""' "MII'T'mwr.! : n'W''W' 1T r.TI'm"I."


Sponsored By: First United Methodist Church & f_i WIND. Sp ciMnnf,& M FIRE Eiwiw-Samnf of Fins a FLORIDA FMplaC1a VISA :,

St. Edward's Catholic Church ON HIGHWAY 21. ACROSS FROM FORTUNE FEDERAL -_ !.I I
i By Vickie Carver ing Wednesday. April 14, for La... to compete with other projects MONDAY SATURDAY 473.7194 ,
I ; Thought for the week: from all over the state of Florida.Brings Bring a chair or blanket to sit on 94 Open this Sunday 12:30to 2:30 g no answer tall 1.389 8308 tp

; Remembering God's goodness in J're"'
the ,..net--".. .
confidence for today. ...' ....._... ._ .--__ '-' -. .. .. .
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t. r. 'e. 'tt t.l .Mft -- .l 9 I.(. i'r: fc.' ,, ...t' r, n'' oat 'j":' I'. .. I ". '
eniors..e "': ., .. :, .: ) ..... ..
: You will be able to pick up your "r '"

:graduation announcements and .
j Senior Keys on April 19. Jostens will .>" "' if
be at the school to collect any balance fiI'
!"i
due on the announcements. You cant ,.
pick up your 'Balance Due' envelopes '
; from Mrs. Hazen in the main office Mt1 Y t ,
;before school or during lunch any I
time this week. { /
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"lf .it ,
Grad Nite tickets will go on sale in :e ** v'j'I;
::the Finance Office the week we return '
-.to school April 12 16. The total cost p
is $29, which includes the cost for the -
f bus. On Friday April 16, the extra
'.tickets may be purchased for dates of
:seniors.All .

girls trying out for JV or Varsity
cheerleader, the next meeting is
scheduled for April 12. You should br I r
ing your sheets signed by your
along with an attitude.
..press parents for practice and eager be ready for a Age: 43 Annual Contribution: S2.000 Age: 35 Annual Contribution: 51.500t Age: 36 Annual Contribution: S1.500

al work-out. See you there! 1 Retirement Value: 230510. Retirement Value: S472.820 Retirement Value S417.862
"

"*All JUNIOR AND SENIOR GUYS:
I?* time: to be thinking about the

prom ands,who you're going to...
'k.yN6t Jo mention how you plan to ,. y '
finan "the date or' what you will
'Wear,) To help solve one off these
l-n I .
tlelimmas, Mitchell's Tuxedoes will II.
bet the school on April 21. You will

need a $10.deposit when you place
your'order. With each order/you will'
receive a free t-shirt which you can
wear to the beach after the prom!

For those'journalists or annual staffers '
who have had their talents hidden
'this past year you can pick up your t
applications for the T.N.T.newspaperand !
Tornado yearbook staff. Mrs. M.
'
E. Bain in Room 1811 has the applications ., s !
and they should be turned in by
April 15.: It Is very rewarding to work r<.. i ....
on either of these staffs. Submit your

'application today and get in on the ....:"'
excitement of being a super staffer.
Age: 55 Annual Contribution: S2.000 Ages:Annual Contnbution: S3.000 Age: 25 Annual Contribution: S2.000

In honor of Youth Art Month each Retirement Value: S4U30. combined Retirement Value: $2.512.081. Retirement Value S2.133.699.
advanced art student drew a portrait
of his or her favorite celebrity and '
wrote a letter to send with it. They Not IRA cuts taxes
mailed it to the chosen STAR, and are every your
now waiting for a reply. Some of the

I I Joyce celebrities Rogers Dewitt, Tom chosen Sellack Pat Benitar were Eddie: Babbitt Robert Kenny while compounding interest daily. Ours does ;;


Wagner and Scott Balo. 13 students .. ", '.,.,.'If..
participated. Dolly compounding of interest makes Florida Bank's IRA June 30th really gets your IRA off to a great start and we .offer J t 3

your best buy.When you open an IRA with us your interest is either a fixed or vanable rate The choice is yours :

-t Juniors should be sure and pay compounded every day-not annually or quarterlyV- you earn Free NOW Plus Checking to anyone opening an IRA for S1.000appreciably
i their prom fee of $10 to Mrs. Wanda more for your retirement. or more (free regulqr checking with a S500 deposit) is another

e Smith or Mrs. Bobbie O'Brian. It Plus,'deduct your annual contribution from your taxable .great reason to come to Florida Bank.Your IRA is insured by

: must be paid if you this are going to attend income saving substantially: your tax return. the FDIC and there's no service charge or fee. 1'' "

i: the Jr.-Sr Prom year. It doesnt take a lot to make a lot. Small regular deposits can Open an IRA with us today You'll cut your taxes earn '> .' '.> :"t' ,

add up to a big ,retirement fund As little as S100 a year depending interest that is compounded dally and get free checking too .' :. "

on your age. can grow into tens of thousands by retirement Its the sure way to make the most out of your IRA and '

| Campus Capers.... A better-than-money-fund return of 15% (annual rate) through your future. _
Well,art students (Chuck Williams r..' ,
I Brian Thomas,Billy Shannon,and the :\' '
other few of which I won't mention ti .. "II ?. ..1'
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their names because of embarrassment \II "t ". j1.

| ) Did the school measure up??? Florida : Great, State. Great People.! Great Bank." .. '/;

I On behalf of the BHS Chorus we .. ;
want to extend our prayers to Mr. National I .
} Hardy. We hope you get to feeling 1I j Flarida Bank at Starke J.lf.raon at Clark Street Stark Florida 32091 ((904)) 964.7050 -,=:' + ....:, '
: better soon. lank* ..,io
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Bradford County will be sandwiched in bet- In the meanwhile, in the face of such un- 'i \
ween two "high risk areas" Jacksonville'and preparedness, the American people are /.CCO O.CIOU

Gainesville when (and if) Russia and mounting increased pressures for arms con- 4 Ps't$! 1'g ..rive ,

the U.S. decide to fight it out with nuclear trol talks, and even for rolling back the proposed ,,, q r ,irrA a 1011 wuN A1 I Itllle

bombs, presumably ending the world, as we increases in President's military ik'otlfew A .,
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know it today.In budget. People have become frightened and .i r3wlm ,mss NueNINIIrKta 1.c. .
dismayed by the Adminstration's casual e t;
view of our vulnerable location the "
and talk about "limited NIOT.Dy .
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question is: where will we go and what will unnecessary h
we do when the missiles start flying and fire nuclear war' and provocative"demonstration" > ,,. ;;prl r 13 INY.rr, i e '. ;.'
nuclear shots which
balls and mushroom clouds of radioactivedust mightbe AP
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misinterpreted by the Russians as the y YIIIO.Y PALMN
blot the sky?
real thing.
With all the other problems of day-to-day -'A
According to recent polls, many -
living to cope with, and the natural reluc- 16
tance to even think about such seemingly Americans are becoming alarmed with the 113 if i> 9 1

remote threats to our well-being, it is doubt- White House tendency to include everything .JT
asked for in the Pentagon budget, while fairing
ful that very many of us have lost sleep over
the fact that "high risk" Jacksonville, with to provide satisfactory explanations of 17i3 "

its naval station and other prime targets, is what the taxpayers are getting for their I.tie.
that the Ad-
-Y just 40 miles away, and Gainesville, with the money. They are demanding
its doc-
University of Florida, various labs and experimental ministration re-examine strategic
stations is even closer. trine, as well as the efficiency of the overall J
military programs. Critics contend that K.y We k
With no indication that the Reagan ad- President Reagan put forward a $1.6 trillion,

:.. ministration intends to get off its nuclear five-year military spending program without
proliferation kick and start negotiating with presenting credible and convincing Map by The Gainesville Sun

the Russians instead of trying to intimidate arguments for such a vast expenditure.

them with tough talk, the threat of nuclear

confrontation possibility. could become and imminent "superiority"Instead of or deploring boasting our about"inferiority"to our Five New Services for The Elderly !,

the Russians in nuclear arms, President

t Under the circumstances, and with the Reagan and his advisors should spend more

present "cold war" attitude now existing time in efforts to halt the arms race in which Offered by B-U Clinic Under New GrantThe

between the U.S. and Russia, it is obvious both nations are spending billions to build

that the one-upmanship contest now existing nuclear devices that can never be used

between the two greatly in- against each other without total destructionof ,.1 i
super-powers help clients become or remain as
Bradford-Union Guidance dinator, Box 399, (321 W. Madison St.)
creases the nuclear-annihilation risk, both nations. Clinic's new Community Support Program functional and independent as possi- Starke, Fla. 32091. Phone 9648382.
especially when we consider the narrow five essential ble.
providing services -
Until this is done is the
there
margin for human error and/or mechanical always for residents of Bradford Coun- Persons who qualify for services :
said that in-
error that could touch off the holocaust.It possibility that a malfunctioning computer, ty who are 60 years of age or older will terested McCampbell any after an assessment interview in the : ,:
a misinterpreted missile warning system, or soon be operating out of offices in the person or any agency may home, will receive services as spaceis J
refer for of the five ser-
might given even the most casual readera simply poor judgment by someone along the Old Courthouse on Call Street. vices,a or person person any may refer himself. available or will be placed on a

funny feeling to' know that even now, a chain of command could light the fuse that Four of the five services are made Anyone wishing to make a referral, or waiting list for services. If the person .
plan to govern our actions in the event of a would destroy the planet Earth. In that case, possible by a $45,000 one-year grant obtain more information, may con- does not meet the required criteria,
nuclear attack is being put together in what good would come from our 1989. through the District III Area Agencyon tact: David S. McCampbell, Com- assistance services will be given to locate said.ap-
Aging, under the Florida Department munity Support Program COOTI propriate ,McCampbell
Florida, county by county. Known as the emergency relocation plans?
Crisis Relocation Plan, it plots the move- of Health and Rehabilitative
If you'd rather: talk it out with the Rus- Services Community Care for the

ment of populations away from "high risk"'areas sians, than nuke it out, let your voice be Elderly (CCEX program.; ,. ". ....... ..... J
to "low risk" areas in times of nuclear ,.
-tension or attack. The plan, which includesall doing right nowj [ ,, said that ,persons with (he ,",..t fill. ', "' -:' rnbmtjr; 3) !MT( a bna ,wif dop tl9vol d w
50 states, has been tossed around of highest risk of being institutionalized r**"r- Mrr*-,0 M T ngf/4rr1 t': 'IQ7 wttM n0 R r

Washington for almost a decade, and is are given the highest priority to ti lOMMUNITY
scheduled for completion in 1989. receive the services. "The goal of the
program is to keep elderly people in
Planners say that Florida would suffer A their own homes and to prevent,
death and destruction on a monumentalscale Family Affair postpone, or reduce inappropriate or" MPROVEMENTUtocRAM ..,

in an all-out nuclear attack, unless the unnecessary McCampbell insitutional said. placement,

Crisis Relocation Plan is in effect. They point
The Bradford County Fair 1982 is now a
out that the state already has 18 of the country's thing of the past. For most it was a pleasure, At present the Bradford-Union Col.! Pete Says; .
-= Guidance Clinic is providing four :
: 380 anticipated high-risk nuclear
target for a few it was a panic and for some it meant CCE services and one clinic service
areas and this number will undoubtedly in- many hours of long and hard work. under the program. They are: Set I
Spring Beautification Drive \ j blslnyfd
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crease as the state is expected to rank fourthin ,.
population by the end of the decade. One couple who rented booth space at the 'RESPITE CARE providing super-
fair said in all their travels to many county vision, companionship, and/or per- : "
Under the emergency relocation plan (a fairs had met nice sonal care to a functionally impaired Mayor Vernon Si\oox\ 'has desigrriltpdtiiePetiod'std 'tf fe.v' g
never they people as as '
older for of April 8 and continuing tkrough April 24 "Citywide Stif-j} ''
new way of saying "evacuation ) the those who to fair, this We person a specified period 3 '
came our year.
population of Duval County would fan out take pride in that statement mainly becauseit time. ing Cleaning" time in cooperation 'wi.tlUhe. r,rn.j, ,";r-AiJei1'r l ai

over eight so-called rural counties to the is a county fair which belongs to the The goals of Respite Care are to munity Improvement, Program, "!sponsored uJ3y IJ.eherl2
west and southwest. Bradford's projected relieve the person who is providingthe Woman's' Club of Starker ..mq> s80fl'dl10 1'Jb )
residents here and each of also
share of this exodus would be 45,000 people. we hope you primary care needs of a frail per- The final.day o/thVpr'! April 24hq3be'e'n'U&terf&t&iMA ;:: ; >
takes in from nice '
pride being a friendly these
sons unable to assume respon- m'erlc h'ation\W
Can and as Keep Beautiful Daf If6'r {
you imagine feeding, sheltering, county.We sibilities for himself or herself. The IJprpaslJ 1
giving medical care to 45,000 refugees- more respite worker will provide servicesto climaxing annual spfing beautification effortsacCpgs .fflRuq

than twice the present population of the extend... relieve the stress and demands county.i .' .1. zJisaisb bE ;
county? associated with daily care, and to pre- All church, civic, and youth groups are urged to become
Laurels to those who worked long hours vent or reduce inappropriate institu- involved in this effort and may contact Marjorie Stump
Although it is necessary to have a plan, one making the fair a success and to all those tionalization when the regular Mona CanovafordVtatl&vf: the drive. or
in the itself. caregiver is away, or other support is EverylwmQsMld,8private
weakness of the relocation effort is that it who participated event property owner is being
would at least four advance not available. askSIcoxFhtggbtiil8
require days' "
Darts to whoever stole the cookies and corner where you are.
time to get the people evacuated and into ruined the cake at the Girl Scout IIOMEMAKER SERVICE providing .' 'i ..''I' ,.. .1}.. ;! 'Crn0:.
display '
-.f
their emergency location. It is assumed that for the accomplishment of
booth and took all the award ribbons from .
the Russians would start relocating their specific home management duties,In- a
the craft booth and threw them on the cluding housekeeping meal planningand 'tMr.Jaq
into nuclear shelters before launching Building hows9Bllluua
population Activity (
ground. preparation, shopping nn [ v s0
an attack to protect them from a assistance, and routine household activities ")71.:
counter-attack, and this movement could be Laurels to the attractive greenery and by a trained homemaker. The
detected by U.S. intelligence, as a clue to a the new entrance at the fairgrounds. Homemaker Service is designed to New starts on single family dwell Total building permits'for-March A
forthcoming attack on this country. lessen the burden of impairment of ings in Bradford County including showed 'a': 60 percent'/Increase to'
> Darts to the back entrance of the fair, chronic illness, assist people to remain Starke) showed a near 100 percent increase S8OOj600'verl the-February. .total of
Russia is said to be able to provide in-place mainly the weeds. in their homes by providing in March over the preceding $58*::400.IIJ fw. 1 ,
and home month in spite of the building 1 Threcb commercial I .
housekeeping managementtasks slump permits were
shelters for from 10 to 20 of the
percent
Laurels to the people who came to the normally accomplished by the being experienced in most of the na issued ,In each month for a total of$74,400"Jn
population of its urban centers, and has an aid of several small children lost from their natural homemaker, and to hasten tion.The February ,and $63,800 in.
on-going program for the construction of ad- convalescence of the client city county zoning office issued March.
ditional shelters. parents on the midway. permits for 13 new single' family "
EMERGENCY RESPONSE SERVICE dwellings in March for a total of
The percentage of population that can be +> Darts to those persons arrested for provides for an in-home $470,800, as compared with seven in Kingsicy Lake Center
protected by in-place shelters in the U.S. lags disorderly intoxication and fighting at the system to monitor the safety of an in- February totaling 256100. Names'Afghan Winner
dividual and transmit and emergency
fair.
far behind, with little emphasis being placedon signal via existing telephone line to a Mobile home permits increased Florine Bedenbaugh. of Lake City,
such construction in recent years. Laurels to the improved midway equip- central station that is monitored 24 slightly from 15 in February, totaling was the winner of a handmade afghan
safer hours a day, seven days a week. $183,700, to 18 In March, totaling awarded at the Kingsley Lake Civic
seemed be cleaner
ment. It to newer '
Until the long-range relocation plans can $189,900. Center last. Saturday night. !The'afghan
be completed and put into effect, each county and more exciting than last years. Emergencies monitored by the was made and donated to the .

is being required by the Bureau of DisasterPreparedness" system include medical emergencies .center by the Novelty Crafters, ailroun ..
to two people home), fire, KLOPA DirectorsTo comDO5e4oLLuctRaiiters(
(\up per &
( to. the Florida Darts to a few of the operators of the
successor non-medical emergencies, such as Ella Cottle, Elva McKae; Rosa'
Meet
Civil Defense office) to prepare a Nuclear equipment who appeared to be under the influence panic, and equipment testing. Saturday v Moore, Lois Cox, Margaret Brown, -

Civil Protection plan. There are 18 countiesin of intoxicants, unkempt, and Indifferent Directors of the Kingsley Lake Property Bernice Jackson,and Kitty Chism.
the North Florida Region, headed by coor- to the safety of the patrons. This service is Designed to Owners Association will meet at I The $300 proceeds from the afghan
dinator Jim Dalgell whose office is in Starke. safeguard, those who are functionally 10 a.m. Saturday, April 10, in the sale will be used to purchase an elec-
and who live alone or with
impaired Civic The public tric popcorn machine for at the
Center is invited use
to .
Bradford County and Baker County are the The fair is and should be a family affair, another disabled person. The goal is attend. civic center. -

only two out of 18 that have made no move to with many different activities for all in- to reduce days of about institututional alone care; ".
terests. It is to families arriv- relieve anxiety living -
formulate such a plan although they were rewarding see and increase confidence in performing -

due last July. Bradford was given an exten- ing together and enjoying themselves. In activities when alone. ......-. .
sion to last January 1, but still no start has 1983 why not plan to be a part of your Brad- I

been made here.. ford County Fair? This HOME service DELIVERED provides hot, nutritionally MEALS.- ii! ligraiilJ ; '

adequate meals to meet onethirdof ,
the current daily recommended I -
allowances of the client. The r i l
151203/ meal dietary u delivered and served in the ESTABLISHED 1$7t. MEMIU .
l'5r,20f ,
15t2Cl1 of shut-in older people, unableto '
home BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. WUEH.fybH.li.r7 .
' j prepare meals for themselves. {' ,
. :: 151/202 (1.5/,2&15/ P.blilh.d..eh. Thue.Iq.-f.MF.r.1.s 1-.4 CleM ......r N..... I
DAY CARE provides a structured .Pert OBk..t S""'_., H.. i IHMI.r Act .. Meidl I. Iarr '"
tea
,15 five-hour period three days a week, .
including exercises and instruction I SvllKrf...... .... Ii ttMe ... N Per Yews N 8hi........
If a person started counting from th. moment he WI' born and did not top until h. and participation In various activities -, 0vtsWe fnI4e -. '1.Per Yew .f.N SIll .....'. ,

ruched age tlxty-f lv.. h. would rtlll not have counted to I billion. a lunch, and discussion Ihee.4L443: I n, : .I j ,............. /", '
groups. The program is designed to "
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April N, 192 TELEGRAPH Page 5AfP
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Melissa Rutledge
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The Social Side, Leonard June AstrauskasPlan Wedding I

; :. ; '; 'Mrs. Austin
Mr. and : Manuel y
;, :I ,' : Rutledge, of Kingsley Lake,announce
Gladys Mooty The the engagement of their daughter,
Melissa Ann, to Leonard JeromeAstrauskas
Society Editor, ', ,< son of Mr. and Mrs.
"' .I a f M Jeseph L Astrauskas! of Deland. ?
News Miss Rutledge is a graduate of Stet.
IA 961r7608 son University, Deland, where she
ti J O: 0 was a member of Trl Beta Honor
} 4 .n Society and Alpha Xi Delta She
.
4L recently received' a Bachelor of
1/ti nc'I
_
t, j Chemistry: degree from Florida Inter-
I_ national University, Miami, and is
i currently a chemist with the Drinking
Wafer Quality Research Center in
/
.' Miami.
1
Mr Astrauskas attended Knox College -

Galesburg, 111, prior to ... ro" ,
graduating with honors from Stetson I
University, Deland, where he was a
Melissa
if
1 member of Tri Beta Honor Society. RutledgeStarke
/ He Is presently attending the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine in

1- 1 ', / Miami.The wedding will take place in Juneat Woman's Club ,

l Kingsley Reynolds Lake.Women Chapel. Camp Standing To Hold MeetingThe

Chamber Singers, directed by
------ -'-" -- MrvW YN l
r Don Hardy, will be on the program at
The of St. Mark'sTo the Starke Woman's Club luncheon-
Sisters.Won in Lake City Pageant... t.J
Hold MeetingThe meeting Wednesday, April 14, at 12 I
.. Local sisters Debra Jordan!; Norman, >left,and Janet Jordan won top honors noon at the club house.
Saturday March 27, In the Lake City Miss Hemisphere Beauty Pageant. .., r> Women of St. Mark's will meet Hostesses will be Mrs J.D. Warren,
I\lrs. Norman a' won the Mrs. '. Tuesday, April 13, at 7:30 in the
Hemisphere Division and was also named ..' : p.m. chairman, Mrs. O.L. Beasley, Mrs.
the Miss Lake City Hemisphere Model. The former Bradford County Parish House. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. Willie Mae Den- I
strawberry queen who now operates a beauty shop The Image Maker on N. ton, Mrs. Guy Edwards, Mrs. Paul
Temple Ave. in Starke won two crowns, two trophies, and two banners. \ Did i l You Know.......... Faulkner, Mrs. Michael Gilhooly,
Janet Jordan 17, a BHS senior and a Tornado cheerleader, won the Miss Mr. Mrs. J.W Kincaid, Mrs. T.R. Rahn
and Mrs.
Arthur Nichols of
Teen Hemisphere beauty title.Janet's prizes Include a crown,trophy,banner, Palatka Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar and Mrs
and flowers, plus a !scholarship to Miller Modeling Agency In Orlando. were last Friday visitors of Olin White.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Thomas.
The two are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M.M.Jordan of Lawtey.
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Harry Hatchers Celebrate AnniversaryCol. III ,


and Mrs. Harry Hatcher were cher; Mr. and Mrs.J.B. Marsh of Key
delightfully surprised with a party Biscayne, attendants in the Hatcher's
hosted by their children Harry Hat wedding; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall of The bright new to
cher III of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Melrose; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weaver of Vk way :
Ken Weaver of Gainesville, in honorof Gainesville. Also in attendance were
their 34th wedding anniversary the Hatcher's grandchildren, Harry, with lowers. "
held in the banquet room of the IV, and Holly Hatcher. "say it
Western Steer Steak House, Sunday Invited to help the Hatchers
evening at 8:30: p.m. celebrate the occasion were 40 of their r "
The <.01. and Mrs. Hatcher walked close friends. _. "rf-- .. --. ,___, "IP'" .,, a.,.1J
into the darkened party room, and Here's a bright new gift idea Pen & Stationary Set .
were greeted with a loud "Surprise"from Mr. and !Mrs. Luther Milliard with all the color and freshness ,
the room full of close intimate Miss Teena Norman of spring) We have a wide "
and held a cake and an
friends. Bridesmaids Luncheon The Luther Milliards arrangement anniversary of yellow chrysan ment of floral design assort$8 50 S
After recovering from their initial Celebrate 50thAnniversary themums.Mr by Sheaffer Eaton
(
HonoreeMiss
shock of the
Hatchers then
surprise
and Mrs. Hilliard have three from decorator notesto
greeted each guest and informally Teena Norman was honored ata grandchildren, Cheri HillIard and The Write Match' D.
visited with their friends during the bridesmaids luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Saturday Hilliard of Sarah and Amanda Bennett. writing ensembles.
hour.
party given by Mrs. Jack Seiple and Mrs. Lawtey were delightfully surprised ata All beautifully gift-
The refreshment table
was covered Chuck Terry at the home of the latterin reception given for them on their SKINCAE. f
with a white lace cloth, and was Mandarin. golden wedding anniversary on Sun-. HAIA& boxed for your -
centered with an arrangement of Miss Norman and Carlton Faulk day, March 28, given by their special occasions ,t's
multi-colored spring blossoms.At one will be united in marriage Friday, children, Mr. and Mrs.Daryl Hilliard
end of the table the three tiered white April 9.at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bennett. ME USPRODUCTS
wedding cake was served by Mrs. Church. The refreshment table was covered
Don Neel.) At the opposite end, Mrs. The buffet luncheon carried out the with a white lace cloth over gold linen
Charles Hardy poured punch from a strawberry theme in decorations and
silver bowl. Assisting in serving was
The individual
dining
Mrs. Joan Chitty... tables appointments.held strawberry ar Junior Woman's Club NA1YAE AND EARTH UNITED WITH SCIENCE
The honored couple'were presentedw rangements.The ASSURE"Tf.A 3W.J tihnHflin .ENSURE
lovely gold vnSt watches,and a IS attending included"'!Mrs. To Meet.April 12, a .NUrnE4tAEh.tt\flIJ1HIJ ..'1\.9 illrdl 1. )
large potteaConr-Plant, as memen- L.M. Norman, mother of the honoree The. 'Junior Woman's' 'Club Will st SPRAY BiOtiN cnevs BIOflN .
toes of the occasion,by their children. and Mrs.Jewel Johns and Mrs.Maxie make plans for end-of-the-year activities .SHAMPOO VELVET RENAISSANCE HAIR' FOOD FACIAl SUPPlEMENT MASQUE t
Out of town visitors helping the Hat- Carter.Sr., mother and grandmotherof at the meeting Monday, April inMRfitXj MASQUE SUBDUE MASQUE
chers celebrate their anniversarywere the prospective groom. 12 at 7:30 p.m.Hostesses suPcnionpnordN vnxia i. OTANOII
Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta, The hostesses presented the will be Joan Hall and V'TAMIN EPITOME
mother of Mrs. Hatcher; Mr. and honoree with a set of Stoneware cook- Beckie Jones.Bradford .
HAIR
Mrs. Frank Hatcher of Orlando, GENESIS
ing pots and seven piece set of kitchen ,wruw
brother and sister-in-law of Col. Hat- knives as a memento of the occasion.. II I
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HomemakersTo DESIGNLawtey f

;lliota l Deltareferential Meet April 15
Chaplain Tompkins 782.3065 on us 301
Tea Retirement Dinner Bradford County Homemakers will
eld March 28 meet Thursday, April 15, at 10 a.m. at --- .
Chaplain James Tompkins will be the Bradford County Agriculture
Members of Zi Iota Delta sororityg honored at a cookout Thursday after- Building.
g i awards ceremony,March 28 Tiqon ,Wnro atl the Lawtey Correctional Anyone interested is invited to at-
fl( r "1;&e:Order of the Ro e" to Har8r Institution Pistol Range upon tend. __
et Bryan for her active membership. his retirement after 24 years service.
i ii Bel' ''Slgm 'Phi for 15 year'.*'! ,
Sheor\tlecei\led* ... New TouchTone
C rder of the Rose pin. .'
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r Th\W',\ ;follo,j"II h'J'HI'ecJ.byja\gm'a Preferential;' ah\. I on, (; ..1 r I'ti!trappy; Anniversary Mom & Dad 4rL'fflrib Phones.Touch .

uftdri, sandwiches, hors d'oeuvresd Mary Douglas, Martha Breland and Marilyn Boll- --- Tone\) phonesare

desserts were served. inger wish their parents Herbert and Mary Bollinger, a luxury you de-
9tnoOdd:: oi .91. J II a 'Happy 40th Wedding Anniversary on April 12.
10 qnuj t? t, Thank,you for being such wonderful parents. serve to know about

Dravvef Patroy v \u \ L I 'L The Touch Tone difference

Bit nJaYs4 Celebrated0\ gni'9U zi i-.. is simple. Instead -

Gary Don Brewer celebrated hisnWh T hF f of dialing the slow
birthday Friday,March 27,witha t ?
slumber party at the home of his I : old-fashioned way all

parents Gary,Don Mr.U1IIbIs1foudC'emltlM'and Mrs. Gar Brewer. I I r i g you do is touch the digits

joyed a hamburger cookout, ice
and talk. It's that
cream and a baseball diamond cake. k' easy.:
After playing several games,eating a -LONGGHAMP' HOMESjNG s Touch Tone phonescome
variety of snacks and a short Bights .,, I.. ,
sleep, the boys had..breakfast:*ncL. in a variety of
were given favors of baseball cards:l : STAKE FLORIDA
comic books and assorted candies exciting colors, with

Brewer On Saturday celebrated, March his fifth 28,birthday Joshua .BUILDEPS OF (;USTO : HOMES tea, standard and decorator

by McDonald's.entertaining Games 16 of were his played friends with at FOP: 3O YEARS INALAGHUA f i models to suit almost

Monica Nichols and Lindsay Walkup every room in your
being the winners. Ice cream, cake DUVAL UNION ttLAY BAKER I Z home.
and cokes were enjoyed by the
children. AND BPADFOPD GCUNTIES And the cost is less
The boys also celebrated their birthdays -
with a family party at the BEFORE You PAY Too MUCH than you'd think
home of their grandparents, Mr. and _
Mrs.Don Patray on Saturday April 4.. CHECK WITH Us .' New Touch Tone
This party included another birthday :; phones. Fast
simple
boy, their grandfather, Don Patray. WE BUILD ON YOUr LOT Or OUrS ,
After opening gifts,. the and so convenient For
whit
gathered around a single cake
was:sectioned to include something of FPEE ESTIMATES more information call
interest to each boy. # :
FINANCING AVAILABLE r''' your Continental busi-

ness office or visit
KOA Campers LOTS AVAILABLE ALSO ACREAGE your
Farewell Dinner Y local Phone Fain: And

..farewell potluck dinner was held DELUXE TOWNHOUSESFOP SALE give your home some
of Ed and Bette ;
cy the campers ,'- nice touches. (TouchTone
Perry's? KOA on 301 South on Thurs- 1 lye '
2 BEDRooM BATH "
jday night,April 4. ". a 'f phones are not
'
I As the campers arrived for the dinner "
gold ,and purple first ,prize ADULTS ONLY available in some areas.)
.
Scamper awards were pinned to each. wr . .
lA special trophy was presented to Bob r' STARTING( AT 4.40QOO.
: : : : : : (:SContinental
She Morehead. the checker champ of u __ f

I On Starke Friday KOA.mornirig, coffee- and, I 11% INTEREST Foe HOMES IF You QUALIFY r : : : ': : : Telephone ,

donuts, courtesy of Dixie ,Cream '. -a .' . .
were served on the porch. l?
f2nuts.night a group of campers enjoyed 9.64-6Q53
at the western Steer and
{ afterward the group of, 19. #CTK-I01
around;one of' the best ONE MILE SOUTH OF STAPKE ON 3O I
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Did You Know and Mrs. John Warren
and
Seth Francis Named '82 STAR Student Joy Group Has daughter, Whitney and son, Johnny,

,....,,,. .'... ",.. ...."..,. 'd......u' ..",,"....,".._ Spring Banquet Rev. Warren Langer visited his in Jr. of week Alexandria with Va. are spending
Junior Beth Francis has been nam- mother, Mrs. Florence Langer this their parents, Mr. and
ed the 1902 STAR student at Bradford The Joy Group of Madison Street Cleveland, Ohio last week who had Mrs. J.D. Warren. Joining tho family
Church held their annual Spring Banquet
High School by a vote of the teachers. BIRTHS surgery.Dr. Thursday to Sunday are Mr. and Mrs.
on April 3 at the church
The Student-Teacher Achievement Jeffrey Warren and sons of Brandon.
fellowship hall with the theme, "He
Recognition(STAR)program is sponsored Lives." H.1I. Adams is a patient in
Starke
Jaycees
for the 18th year by the business ;; As the guests entered they walked Riverside Hospital following a heart
of Florida the
community through I through a garden of spring flowers attack. Meeting TonightThe
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Education Foundation and endorsed Douglas Hague PalmerMr. and large Easter .bunnies. To carry Starke Jaycees will meet

by the Florida Department of Educa and Mrs.Frank W. Palmer,Jr. out the Easter theme, the walls were Church of God tonight, Thursday, April 8, at 7:30
decorated with Easter bonnets and
Chamber of Commercebuilding
at the
of Jacksonville announce the birth ofa p m.
tion.The STAR program is designed to son, Douglas Hague, born March 22 parasals.The To Present corner of S. Walnut Street
of ceremonies
master Ron
.
give recognition to one junior studentin in St. Vincent's Hospital. was Easter Drama and Madison Street.
,
Denmark, who led in the greeting of ,
Interested young men between the
each Florida high school who exhibits Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
a sound respect toward the free Mrs. Frank W. Palmer Sr, of guests. The opening prayer was led The youth department of the Starke ages of 18 and 36 are invited to attend.
by Rev. Robert Gillis. Church of God will present an Easter
and also Lake and
enterprise system Kingsley paternal great.
recognizes the teachers who, in the granparents are the late Mr.and Mrs.E. Lunch was served and the menu drama entitled"Easter-The Beginning" Cpt. John D. WarrenTo
opinion of the outstanding students, DeWitt Hague of Alachua. consisted of Hippety Hop Special, on Sunday, April 11, at 6 p.m. in Attend Naval
Hare Nest Ultimate Dream
,
Bunny the church.
inspired and contributed to their Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
achievements.Beth Mrs. Douglas R. Anderson of Savan- Bonus, Clover, Brancn Water, and This special program will be deal Post Graduate SchoolCpt.
the daughter of Charlene and RA'r nah, Ga. White Puff Delight. The tables were ing with the Rapture of the Saints.
decorated with white cloths and traditional -
Charles Francis of Starke, was There will be special singing John D. Warren has been
selected by the BUS faculty as the one Easter grass and Easter eggs throughout the program. selected to attend the Naval Post
Juston Roy Hart that were cclored by the Acteens. As The church extends a warm hand of .
junior who best exhibits the following Graduate School, Monterey, Cal.
qualities: 1) good attitude towards Luanne and Roy Hart of Hampton favors, homemade ladies hats and welcome to the public to attend this obtain his Masters Degree to
the business community, 2) extracurricular announce the birth of a son, Juston gents hats that held mints, and stitch inspiring program at the church Organizational Behavior. In
activities both in school Roy born April 2 in Alachua General ed bookmark crosses were made by which is located at 422 N. St. Clair Upon graduation he will be

and in the business community,3)) has Beth Francis Hospital. our BYW. Homemade Easter bunnies Street. Rev. Walter Montz, Pastor. to a major Army headquarters assigned
Paternal and chicks were also used in the
leadership positions in school or community grandparents are Wilton position utilizing his degree.
BUS STAR Student decorations. Cpt.
4) solid grade point average, and Iris Hart of Hampton and maternal There Easter Bonnet Holy Week Scheduleat warren is currently assigned to the
and 5) academic honors and awards. grandparents are Harry and was an U.S. Personnel
Beth, whose father is principal of She ran cross country in the 7th and Delores Walko of Waldo. Parade and judging. The judges for St. Edward's Church dria,Army Va., as an Information Center,Systems Alexan-
8th grades, played volleyball as a the event were Mrs. Ilene O'Steen,
School and Thurs-
Starke Elementary whose Sacrament of Reconciliation Officer In of the
support Automated
freshman,, was pianist of the middle Mr. Pat Lawson and Rhymer Howell,
mother is from 5 to 6
a secretary for the DuPontCo. April Nicole Barnes day, Friday and Saturday Officer Assignment System.
school chorus in 7-8 Jr. The commentator
grades was parade was
., is a solid A-B student at BUS. Her Warren
and
Michelle Smith Barnes Wendell Cpt. graduated from Brad-
pianist of the Girls Glee Club last Mrs. Faye Andrews. The winners of p.m.Holy
main scholastic interests are Barnes of Rome, Ga. announce the Thursday Evening Mass of ford High School in 1968 and from the
BHS
is pianist of the concert the contest were: Mrs. Cleo Redding,
mathematics and American history.She year this birth of a daughter, April Nicole Christine the Lord's Supper, 7:30. p.m. University of Florida in 1972, where
chorus most Mrs.
has also played the piano for 11 year. original; Good .Stations of the Cross, he received
Ga. his
Barnes, on April 6 in Rome Friday Army ROTC commis-
of work
At 16, Beth has ideas now Lawson, most comical; Mrs. Arlin
years and wants to maintain that in- with Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Gail most beautiful and 3 p.m.; Evening Liturgy, 7:30: p.m. sion. Cpt. Warren is the son of Mr.and
ing handicapped, studying McKnight, ,
terest in music. music, or working with computers.Beth Martin of Marietta, Ga. and maternal honorable mention was given to Mrs. Holy Saturday Evening Vigil and Mrs. Joseph!: D. Warren of Starke, and
She has been president and vice- is examinationfor grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Shi Lawson. Mass, 7:30: p.m. is married to the former Lynda Gay
president of the Key Club, was vice- competing by Mary Mass at 8 a.m. and of
Smith, Jr., great-grandparents are Easter Sunday Kingsley Lake. He has a son, John
further district and state STAR Fun and games for the day were led
president of her sophomore class andis and Mrs. Shi Smith Sr. all of 10 Jr.
Mr. a.m.
secretary of her junior class. Bethis awards. If she does qualify for state by Danny Hildebran. A medley of
she will be able to also Starke. and instrumental selectionswere
competition
a member of the BHS Beta Club and songs a t! .J. '
qualified for the District Science Fairas nominate a teacher at BUS for sung by our Youth Choir. The

a sophomore. recognition. Sally Anne Stephens youth who sang were Cindy Lawson, With This Coupon You Will Receive
Mr and Mrs. Freddie M. Stephens, Trisha Lawson, Robin Yeager, cod

Did You Knowmiii* ,?*** -t... Jr. are proud to announce the arrivalof Teresa Bauldree, Angela Epps, Beth ouetG 2001. Off
Gilbert Goldwire is undergoing their beautiful daughter and future Francis, Lisa Lawson,Mary Richardson Aptitst; \ :
Strawberry Queen Sally Anne and Denise Weir.
surgery today, Thursday, in "
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour had as Hospital. Baptist. Stephens,who came to us on the even- Theme interpretation, "He Lives," Your Dry CleaningCleaning BillPaul's4181
Sunday dinner guests at their cottageon ing of March 30,1982. was carried out in song and
Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns of Maternal grandparents are Mr. and testimony. "Were You There" was
Marion Harrington and daughters, Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mrs. B.J. Jacobsen, Jr and paternal sung by Mrs. Jackie Chapman. Dry
Karen and Lauran,of Ormond Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and Mr. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Testimony was given by a Roman
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrington of and Mrs. Phillip Johns and daughter, Stephens, Sr., all of Starke. Soldier portrayed by Linnie Spitale. W.I1aIlStreet.
Keystone Heights, Douglas Seymourof Leigh of Crystal Lake and Mrs. J.M. "Glory" message was brought by
Miami, Hal Seymour of Gainesvilleand Howard of Lake Butler attended the the Pastor Rev. Robert Gillis and 964-5498
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Williams wedding of Adrienne Kazarian to Caitlin Jane Dugger Farewell by Ron Denmark. e 1 / A '
and Larry Williams of Starke. After Stephen Abear in Winter Park on Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dugger

noon guests were also Mr.and Mrs. Al April 3. announce the birth of a daughter, Memorial Service
Cook and family of Jacksonville and CaiUin Jane, born March 31 in River
Brad Carter of Starke. The occasion Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Connaughtonand side Hospital. Sunday at Crosby BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW
celebrated Karen and Lauran's bir family of Sunrise, Fla. have Maternal grandparents are Lt. Col. Lake CemeteryThe
thdays. Karen was 13 on March 30 and rented the Winkler home on W. Pratt ret.) and Mrs. Robert L. Autry of TAKING APPLICATIONS!
Lauran was 11 on April 3. Street. Dr. Connaughton is associatedwith Starke. Paternal grandparents are W.T. Weeks chapter of U.D.C.
Dr. Harry Gruen's dental office. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Dugger of held its memorial service Sunday, Orangewood Apartments :.
Keystone Heights. April 4, at Crosby Lake Cemetery.Mrs. .
Mrs. JoAnn Agin and children, Mrs. Mrs. W.H. Thomson visited her son Lester Crews gave the invoca- P.O. Box 146

Leona Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Leory En- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson tion followed by a welcome addressby Starke, Florida 32091
nis and children and Mrs. Terry Ivey in Tallahassee over the weekend.Mr. Sean Howard WI gins president, Mrs. Herbert Thomas.
and son spent Monday at Cumberland Alice and Robert Wiggins of Hamp Mrs. Donna Sides of the First Baptist
Island Ga. ton announce the birth of a son, Sean
and Mrs. Floyd Kauffman of Howard, born April 4 in Alachua Church provided the musical program 1,2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat and air; wall to wall .-
Canton, Ohio were Tuesday of last singing several selections and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland attended week overnight guests of Mrs. L.H. General Hospital. He joins a brother, accompanying herself on the guitar. shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator.
a family reunion in Chipley on Gibson. Daniel M. Wiggins 19 months. Rev. Doug Sides of the First Baptist
Paternal grandmother is Irene,
Saturday and Sunday. Soice of Church, speaker, stressed! the fact. For .
Prescott Ariz. Maternal ? --- Information/Application -
Mrs. O.L. Haynes;JJr. and Mrs. '. that from Biblical times mere haveit
Karl Smith of Gainesville'is visiting Charles Darby returned Saturday Nathan grandparents Picker are Mr.Stream"'N.and Mrs.Y.'IN 'fowiht and died .fs.their principles'< *, .,4'... ., .. ... ,:,.",, _. Contact: Orangewood Apartments! ,,y. r ,... ., ...
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her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. X.M. after 10 days visit with Mrs.,Marcia and maternal Valley 'anefjt is fitting that: we shouldJionort c/o Tracy Bair/ Manager \ "",..oM :$'''. .:.
Smith this week. Welch and children in Savannah, Ga. great-grandparents are'Mr. them at this service. The program '
and Mrs. Edward Newman of P.O. Box 146 Equal
and Mrs. Dorothy Stevenson and ended with all joining in singing
Mrs. Marty Barry gave a talk on family in Atlanta. They were accom- Forest Hills, N.Y. '"Blest Be the Tie That Binds" led by Starke Florida 32091 Homing '

needlepoint at the Florida Farm panied back by Mrs. Hayne's mother, Mrs. Slides playing the guitar. Opportunity
Bureau Women district three conference Mrs. David G. Scott of Atlanta for 10 Did You Know...........
at the Baker County days visit.
Agriculture Center in Macclenny on Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Merrill -

Tuesday. Mrs. Barry was assisted by C.E. O'Steen and Al K. Carlisle are Island will spend Easter weekend
Marge Carlisle, Kay McKinley and attending a seminar and hospital with his mother, Mrs. L.H. Gibson.Mr. .

Sylvia Thomas.Mr. trade show for new equipment for fl1estern
hospitals in Atlanta this week. and Mrs. Rod Struth of Plant Auto of Starke's
and Mrs. Raymond Howe hadas City and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Case
guests during the weekend Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visited and children of Lake City spent the tA20th 1 :

Mrs. Dale Howe of Detroit,Mich.,Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews in weekend with their mother, Mrs. Lou
and Mrs. Franklin Marshall and Mr. Jacksonville last Wednesday. Struth.
and Mrs. Raymond Howe, Jr. of St.
Augustine and Herman Hegyi of Arl- Rnnivr.ary..ICelebration

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St. Augustine Beach. Enter Our


Marine Lance Cpl. James L. Hud- -, ;; .
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Hudson of Lawtey has reported for Easter Coloring

duty squadron with 17 wing on Okinawa.transportation A 1978 PAP Glidden's BEST Exterior Oil Stain

graduate of Bradford High School, he ContestColor
joined the Marine Corps in October Glidden Both solid and semi-transparent ---
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our Easter Bunny pretty..and enter it in

Andrew H. Crews has been awarded our Easter Coloring Contest. Winners receive
the Fraiser Scholarship for the
1981.82 academic year at Hallmark gift certificates! Stop in and pick up. an 1

Southeastern Baptist Theological entry form today! .. ;
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Orange Park's Bill McDonoughcame Gaines-IIazen Win division, with Gaines teaming with Strawberry Invitational

on like gangbusters in Sunday's Prizes in Ani-'Am Clyde Terwillegar for a 66 and second Scores by Flight r -
second round to capture the cham- place. Gaines, Hazen H.H. Adams
pionship of the 16th annual Richard Gaines and Jack Hazen, and Frank Bennett of Keystone were (Starke players in cap's) .L

Strawberry Invitational golf tourna- among others from the local club won second in the 4-man handicap portionof w b ,
ment played at Starke Golf and Coun- prizes at the Starke Golf & Country the tourney with a best-ball 58. Championship Flight v
try Club last weekend. Club Am-Am played Wednesday, Also in the 4-man scratch division ((0.4 Handicap) l '+tr awl'6'' ; rYFvY, ,
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pionship trophy and a set of irons Strawberry Invite. law Ronnie Tumlin of Palatka, Jim 2)) Ronnie Tumlin 71-73-144

valued at close to$400, charged with a Gaines and Hazen combined for a Arnold of Green Cover and Herb Brayof 3) Jim Arnold 73-71-144
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champ Jim Arnold of Green Cove Springs DANNY McKINNEY 80-73-153
Wednesday. March 31
(Starke players in cap's) 1st Flight

After the first 71's Tumlin t ." ,
day by ;'. ((5Handicap)
'and Phil McDilda of Gainesville stood : I" 1) JACK HAZEN 75-74-149
atop the leader board witn 2-mon HandicapDWalkerMcMurtry ,I r. _:.:, c' 2) Nixon 76-75-151
McDonough one stroke back and Ar- ) 57 .,":,, "" ,:_\". ,. 3)) Nuetzel 75-77-152
nold and Bob Porch 2-back. Walace-McMurtry 57 1"" Other Local Scores

Nobody could keep pace with 3)) Mobley-Montptptit 59 ,.; CLYDE TERWILLEGAR 78-82-160
McDonough on day two with McDilda "
,
sliding back to 7th with a 78 and 4-man Handicap 2nd Flight
Tumlin and Arnold tieing at 144. In a 1) Walker-Barrow-Wallace-McMurty 542)H.H.AbAMSRIC1lARDGAINESJAcKHAZENFrank ((9.12 Handicap) 4
Bennett 58 .
sudden-death playoff for second ) 1) Batts 82-75-157
Tumlin, winner of two big amateur 3)) Roberson-Daleno-Darby-Steppe 60 2) Brown 85-77-162 1Tt ,
tourneys in Thomasville, Georgia last CHARLES FLYNN-JIM WOMACK-BILL HEAVNER-MORRIS' WILLIAMS 60 3)) Stilley 87-80-167

year, birdied number two to take the Other Local Scores ,
runnerup prize of a set of woods. 2-man Scratch HARRY SIEMAN 90-79-169
Starke's own club champ, Richard 1) RICHARD GAINES-JACK HAZEN 65 LYNWOODBOBO 85-86-171 ,
w
Gaines, finished 4th with a 146 after RICHARD GAINES-CLYDETERWILLEGAR 66 DWIGHT ELDER 86-88-174
closing with a 71 Sunday. He was 10th GROVER HOWARD 87-93-180 C
last year. 4-man Scratch ALCOSTON 87-94-181
1) Arnold-Tutnlin-TERWILLEGAR-Bray 67 LONNIEZURFLUH 94-100-194 The Passing of the Trophy....
The local club also had a titlist as
Club President Ralph Bryan hands tourney winner McDonough the tall
Jack Hazen of Starke won by 2 shotsin '1"at
3rd
uAy y Flight championship trophy for his win in the Strawberry Invitational.
the first flight for 5-8 handicapperswith
the local (".and over, net secret) Pictured from left to right are: Club pro Herb llerrrs, Bryan McDonough.
a 149. In the last flight
club was represented well also. Bill 2)1))) Duggan Holt 67-71-138 69-70-139 McDonough'K children Billy (kneeling) and Cheri. and Vice-President.
Danny McKinney.
Heavner was third with a net 140
3)) BILL HEAVNER 69-71-140
(handicap subtracted), Ralph Bryanwas Other Local Scores
14th at 149 George Roberts 16th 14)) RALPH BRYAN 70-79-149
at 151. and Charlie Flynn 19th at 153. 16) GEORGE ROBERTS 77-74-151 INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPAREDShort
All won prizes from the pro shop.
19)) CHARLIE FLYNN 75-78-153
McDonough, a Ravines club t5 A.B. HOWARD 75-79-154 Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 + up
member who was Jacksonville city "
HARRY GRUEN 7883161WARNEY
champ, Ravines Invitation champ, ADKINSON 80-83-163 Frank Young Accountant
and Fountain of Youth tourney win- l
HERMAN SCHOENING 78-85-163
ner this year and a member of the 964-5139 Hwy. 301 N., Starke
Ravines team that won state and national -
team titles, joked after his fine
4-under par second day that "it's Aa I
about time, I've been playing this
thing (Strawberry tourney) every
year now for about 7 years. I've been
the bridesmaid a few times, but never
won It," T vaY

,_ .
He was not to be denied in the 1982 NN MI .
edition of"the1 'AhNnG7 .
tourney. McDonough .
1'-' ,It A .i i
birdied holes 1; 4,7. and 8 on the front
nine and then birdied 14 and 17 down
the stretch Sunday.


"There's no catching him he's bir- 4 yJ, ,
dieing everything!" a discouraged
Arnold said to Tumlin at one point.

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Just how well lng for
McDonough was illustrate on the A Cartful of Local Talent...

last hole Sunday. He lost sight of his This golf cart holds three Starke Golf & Country Club members who cashed
drive in the late afternoon sun and prize tickets for last weekend's Strawberry Invitational. ,
asked 4th In the championship night, Bill Heavner, middle -
"where is it? His daughter Richard Gaines left was S
Cheri answered "Oh my God it's was 3rd In the last night and Ralph Bryan right was 14th in the last S.

right In the middle of the fairway(1" night. '





301 Quick Stop Gets 1st Tourney Win


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In Unbeaten Style at Keystone Heights


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301 Quick Stop of Starke nailed down its first tourneywin Stratton was 3-for-3 with 3 homers and Gene Tanner '.
of the season in undefeated style last weekend. The 4-for-4 with 2 homers as Quick Stop hit 7 out in the win. ,
Starke league club won 4 straight to win a slowpitch They smacked 6 more out in beating Florida Rock of r .: : ')' bloc. r .inn
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tourney held in Keystone Heights, belting 25 homers in Palatka 16-6 in the winner's bracket finals.. Stratton led \ : I too8 vittQ y "

the process. with 2 HR's.
Quick Stop topped Florida Poly of Keystone 24-17 In its The Keystone Merchants eliminated Calvary and Fla. ,
opener as Donnie Audemiller tagged 4 homers and Rock to get back into the finals but Quick Stop won Sun- Get under the "
Terry Stratton and Tom Paladino Jr. 2 apiece in a day's finale easily, 19-2, to wrap up the championship.
9-homer barrage. For the weekend Stratton hit .857 with 8 homers, l' ,
Next up was church league power Calvary Baptist of Audemiller hit .565 with 6 HR's Dyal hit .656 Thomashit Fortune umbrella free,'I, : ;'i! "

Palatka and Quick Stop won 14-13 as Ronnie Thomas .647, Tanner ,572 with 4 homers, Farelon McClellan .
y singled Eddie Dyal home in the bottom of the seventh for .565 with 3 homers, and Paladino .563 with 4 homers. with
o new checking 'account. .,.,.,,,,,, ,
the game-winner. Dyal had doubled to start the inning. Sam Sibley and Gene Melvin were right around .500. ..
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(With $300 minimum } .H
: deposit .) 'I" .

I' Preseason Tourney Starts Monday in Starke .: f' : \

Trying to get along these days without a balance required with qualified direct

i All the teams in the Starke Rec. Stan versa. Pine Level.Camel) CW..taldeI8ls) Ttiura4.y. Ape it. Finals) (Westlde)7.00Camel checking account is like getting caught In { deposit |121] Insured to $1 OQ,000 by the
Department's softball leagues will be Smyrna Baptist versus St. Edw..... winner venus,.Game 3 winner the rain without an umbrella. It's more than # F5UC 0 Simplified monthly statement 0 J
'-T. AM IS< Game 3) Westslde 1:45: rri<"v. April (Edwards 5 00 "A" division winner -
in action next week as preseason Presbyterian versus Game i winner. venus "B" division winner an inconvenience. Ir's a serious disodvanEasy j! accessibility, at OQ Convenient locations

single-elimination warmup tour- rage that can cost you time and money. .: ((3 Personal. dependable service backed
naments will be
![ played Monday Now you can get a Fortune checking by 47 years of experience.
t through Friday nights here in town. 4T-j- ;
_i 4 1t. A r account with an umbrellaful of benefits.' For convenience beauty 'and interest, you

I The schedule for the tournaments is. Come to the WELS" You earn 5/ % Interest compounded dally. r can't beat Fortune. So come in out of the

'as follows: rr for and you pay no service charges if you \ rain today. Open up a new Fortune check-

.. !' WEN'S lEAGliETOVRNEY /'' keep a $300 minimum balance. >; Ing account with a deposit of $300 or

.. At Edwards Rd. Easter Services Other benefits are: 0 No.minimum \ more and receive a free umbrella with
I ...My. Aeril is. Game II t IS p m. Keystone i tr d 1 BBSMMBlv our compliments.
J II 119 i id
r J Merchant versus Olln's Mobile Homes. Game J) \ 3
I { 9:30 Eapreu versa Wildcat
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r'I I a Game I winner. ) Over one billion _
y ww..4.f.Apr* 14.Game S)7:30 Game 2 winner A
versus Came 3 winner. dollars in assets.
<(< "'......,. A** I.I Finals 8:13: Game winner FORTUNESavings
: versus Game t winner. 30 friendly

11 4 WOMEN'S LEAGUE TOURNEY offices Florida. .f
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!.j; Slarkettea.Game 2) 8:30: SUrke Uniform ver- '
I lua Cubbettea. Who ever heard of anyone riling from the l [ ;aLoan Association
'-'loop. AM ,.. Game J) Rebels versus Saint. ; dead? You'd have to see that to believe it2 FREE: UMOREUA OFFER) .
Game 4) Dazzlers versus Norman's Farm.
w *M tar.""'I"Garnet)T:00: Game I winner f" wouldn't you? One of Jesus' declplei, .. /ah..-i and women's umtxrhjxiw fuly automatdtel ,
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Cuwpbwn.e check oHw a us in experiencing the real meanuifof Easter pino "Account nor cd dunng< IM piomonan. '
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BHS Girls 1st Boys 2nd O-for-4 Week Slips BBS : '

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i In 5-School Track Meet Back to 10-8 in Baseball "


'. w For the first 6 weeks of the season nadoes led 5-0 after two innings as .

In its last full-fledged tuneup for the The relay foursome of Eric Lane the Tornado baseball team hadn't Clayton Norman and Richie Fender --11

"- Friday the, April Tornado 16, Bradford invitational Herbert Hawkins, Antonio Jones, and gone longer than 2 games without rapped 2-RBI base hits. But BHS pit- I

in the track teams were Donnie Banks ran 45.0 with Banks scoring a victory. That was before thing went completely sour! and the
first girls division and second in outleaning Suwannee's Ford at the last week. Panthers used 8 walks, 1 hit batsmen

the BHS boys portion of a school' meet at tape. BHS Curtis Jones was an easier The Tornadoes suffered their first and 3 BHS fielding errors to tally 15

Tuesday.The winner in the mile, as he out kicked a extended losing streak of the season runs and win by the 10-run rule.

Lady, Tornadoes piled it on, pack: on the last lap to win with his ) with 4 consecutive setbacks dropping Finally, Tuesday at Middleburg the
winning 7 of 12 Individual events to 1982 best time of 4:48.2. them from 10-4 overall to 10-8( and Broncos crushed Bradford's hopes to

amass 141 points to runnerup Middleburg's Hawkins and Lane scored in 4 ." ... 41 from 4-1 in District 5 to 4-3 (see story break the skein when Wally
69. Ocala Vanguard won all events for BHS _'. i'r below for more on the District race). Rakestraw pounded a 3-run homer in
; 3 relays and scored 67 points, while Also, freshmanBarry Warren pickedup Gainesville's Charley Orr startedthe the bottom of the sixth to erase a 7-5

: ; Suwannee County had 51. The fifth places in.!three events. l string by tossing a 2-hitter at BHS Tornado lead. BHS loaded the basesin

:.;: school represented, Baker County, .--.: in a 6-0 GHS win in Starke last the seventh with one out but

; ; has no girls team. BUS Has Best Day ... .- Wednesday. Then Thursday night in couldn't score. .j
:: Suwannee flexed its muscles in the At Lee RelaysBoth _- _-._;, '- -i: Starke Buchholz limited the Tor- A bright spot in that defeat was the 1
::: boys team race, stamping itself the )' ':'' :.;;;. .
as .- nadoes to just 4 hits (2 by Scott Hud- hitting of Andy Chaff, who went
BHS coaches I
: ::: District 5-AAA favorite George Loper A.I_. "
by scoring son) and won easily 8-1. 4-for-4 to his batting to a '
and up average j
Revels Brad-
Buddy that _
;: 120.5 points to the runnerup Tor- agreed The Gun Lap... !' _.. afternoon in Palatka the
Friday and Nor'J
ford's performance In the 10-school -.. ;. -_ ..-...., ., team-leading .452, Clayton I
nadoes 83.5. Suwannee's Reggie Ford Lee Relays last Friday its best of With one lap to go Bradford High'sCurtIs PHS Panthers inflicted maybe the man, who went 2-for-5 with 4 of Brad-
won the 100, 220, long Jump, and triple the year team-wise. was Jones took over the lead In the And Curtis Jones AloneAt most frustrating defeat. The. Tor-. __ 6 RBIs.District I'.ford's

jump to spearhead the Bulldog effort. "We have where in- mile run as a big pack of leaders the Finish Line...
some
Baker County had 73, Vanguard 65, dividuals spots dwindled to six runners after three At the finish line it all Jones
have run better times was as
and Middleburg 40. trips around the BUS track. In the Inside the Tornado Race" Heats Up m
The BHS girls had a long list of this maybe was but our as a best team showing, boys and of girls the, lane Is Bradford's Barry Warren with a last-lap junior kick de\asted.the pack "Pennant

'-: point scorers (see agate below). standing in fourth place... --
Sprinter Pam Hawkins the season, Loper said. in school
won 100, The regular season high
: 220, and long jump and distance and"They went over there as a team", lots Taam 5.0.... Suwannoa ((2)) 110.I, .WADfOIO baseball, and most prep sports for 5-AAA Standings

:. leader Linda DeWitt won the 880, they competed as a team, "WAV MIST AT SHS ((5)) SI I. Macclanny'Sakar (MS) 71, V.n...... (V) 44, that matter, is usually a lot like pro Dis. Total
mile, and 2 mile to lead the point pro- Revels added. ""They were cheering GIlLS taam Marasi SKAOFOHO (I) 1.1. Mlddl.) ..... Mlddlaburt' (MI) 40Wlnnars. baseball's spring training, or the NBA Santa Fe 5-2 15-5
for each ..dUHS,Ioc...
other.
(MI) 65 Vanguard( ) 67. Suwannaa (I) SI
ducers. The for the meet for BHS Winners and SHS placers DI....- I) Ch..... (MS) ll..4... 3)) WHIOHTS( ) 112.. season. It's just a warmup for the real BRADFORD 4-3 10-8
Alesia Sheffield, Robin Jefferson, capper DI,..,- 1)) Franklin (V) and Karen Kimutis helped by scoring was Bradford winning both the girls .4 1. High Jtima- I) Wlnao (V) 4.10.., 3)) OSIFFI1 (S) Ispi.. Vaultt) Olllyard (MS) and Flint ((5)) makes the district Gainesville 5-5 13-14
points in 4 different events and Tyf- and boys mile relays. The girls squadof 4... Ions Juma-- I) HAWKINS ((5)) 14.7, 2)) JIFFIRSONS '.0. long J...,. 1)) Ford (II) JOlI) IUSSIIL (S) whether their undefeated or Suwannee 3-5 10-11
Michelle Stilwell, Robin Jefferson ( ) 14-7. Shot Ful- t) Franklins (V) )I'5'c. 170%.4)IANISI70.) ( ) High) Jump- I)....."(V)4-0,. playoffs
,
zany Grlffis Carol Fussell, Pam Louette Smith and I IS Hurdlos-) DevIIIMI'( ) U.1, 2)) OIIFFII ((5)) lI.t 3)SHIFFIIID ) 4)) GOODMAN ((5)) I... winless. And often-times the teamthat's Eastside 2-4 7-12
Joswell, Francine Long, and Michelle Pam Hawkins (S) 17.5... 5)) K. KIMUTII (S) IS I. 100I') T"pl.I.....- I')Ford((5)) :IS.1, 2)) HAWKINS(S),..1.,.I) been beating everybody'sbrains
'. Kimutis all tallied scores in 3 events. sped to a 4:10.7: win their fastest of HAWKINS ((5)) II..... 3)) LONG ((5)) 12.1. 440 dalaf) HUSSCU(S)SS-a l20Hurdlas-lRogl) .,..(M') ".. 2)) out during the year slips on the
the season and the third fastest time Vanguard IX, 2)) iHADFOKD (lang K. Klrnutls, S. MARlIN(I) lit 100- 1)) 'odS) 10.0. 2)) 'ANK'(S) not 3 to win the title.
,- Add in a 440 dash win by Michelle recorded by a 3A girls foursome in ..,....11.JaHarson) S4.4. 440-)STILWEU (I)47 4...4)) 10.3, 3)) A. JONES (I) 10 4... 1)) tANS ((5) 10 4. 440 old banana peel in the playoffs. "Most feels like they've I
Stilwell and seconds in all 3 relays, MANN (CI) 71.. K.loy I) ADFOUD (lana. Hawkins, Janai tanks) But this year locally, there is actually everybody
:. and you had total domination by the, Florida this year. The boys turned 330 Hurdlas-) Davis(MI) 52.0. 2)) OBIFFIS. (ii) S4... 3)) 490 a semblance of a pennant race got enough pitching to win 2 games
BHS right around and won their 4 x 440 K. KIMUTIS ((5)) 11.2. 6)) SHSFFIIIO (S) 94 2. SSO- I) 4401)) Williams(iS)sa.4..,3)) DAVIS((5))Sa'. Mlla-) District 5-AAA ( but maybe not 3))," Tornado coach
girls,. with'. Antonio Jones, Eric Lane, o.win((5)) a,37.7... 3)) FUSSIU((5))a:M s,4))M KIMUTISS C. JONES (S) .,.. 2. 130 ....dl.,. I) Haglltar (MS) going on In the Mike Hartley explained in telling why
The BHS boys also had a bunch of Herbert Hawkins ( ) 2:17.1. 44.1.. 1)) S. WAlliN ((5)) 41 2. ISOI) Hants (MI) baseball league Bradford High is a :
and Ron Davis do- schools in District
the the
names dot the scoring column Mlla Madlay*. ..- 1))Vanguard 4>33.4, 2))SF.ADFOIOUna a:OS I... 4)11) WAlliN (SlliU) J. part of. The battle is for first or second 6 are gear- ;. ..1
ing tbAlefwork in 3:30.3. Jones was ... a.41 a. SKADFOtO Ing so heavily for league games ,
( ShoHlald Jaflarsan. ") 4:4] 0. 210I) MU.Moalay Roloy-) Suwannaa 1)) in the District's season up
highlighted by a whisker-close win the spark for the boys as he was mov- HAWKINS (S) 14 7... 1)) SOSWIll (S) a*.1. 2 Mlla-) (Du.i.ll,, Moo... _dmo.. C. Jonas) a:S4.0. 120- I) regular this year. "Nobody wants to play
over Suwannee in the 440 relay and a ed into the event for the first time and DaWin (I') 11>14.I.,. 4)) FUSSIL1 (S) 14,45.1.: .. 4)) MKIMUTIS Fard ((5)) 227... 1)) HAWKINS ((5)) 21', 2 MU.. 1)) Dorr- standings. The reason: those two top three nights in a row if they can help
victory by Curtis Jones in the mile (S) IS:21.0. Mlla R.lay I)Vanguard 4il 4.2)) brawikl (Ml) 10,1. S... I) C, JONES (HI) II:04 S. MU. teams will get byes in the first roundof "
responded with a 52.7 leadoff leg that SKADFOtO (SIIU.II. Soiwall, JaHarson. Hawkins) Halay 1)) s.w. ._ a'31 I. 2)) SADFO (11a... S3'. the April 28-30 District tourney at it
run. put the Tornadoes in front. 4:2..'. lana >S HawUn 51 *. Dovls S3 1)) 3:14 a. Streaking Santa Fe is atop the chart
.., Santa Fe and would need just 2 wins,
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now with a 5-2 District ledger but IttlHI.

I Legal Notices.-JIII1..Jf- J WIJlJLI....... ..........- everybody else is still in the race:

BHS at 4-3, Gainesville at 5-5, or
Buchholz 4-4 Suwannee 3-5, and even nd
PUBLICNOTICE '"FloTTdV; on Tuesdoy NOTICE OF REQUEST OF being in Bradford County. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT that the undersigned, register said fictitious written defenses if any. Eastside 2-4.,All the teams will play 10
Notice of Application for April 27, 1982 and makea CLOSE OR ABANDON A Florida, to-wit: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. Gerald Crawford, 1534 S. name under the to it on RICHARD E. WEL. district
games.
Special Exception. recommendation to the ROAD IN SECTION 12. Lot One ((1)I) South 56 CUlT OF FLORIDA IN Walnut St.. Storke, Fla. aforesaid statute. TY. Plaintiff attorney The Tornadoes who have league

Notice Is h.r.by glv.n Bradford County Boardof TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH. feet of Lot Two ((2)) of the AND FOR BRADFORD sole or joint owners, doing Doted this 22 day of whose address is 954 with Suwannee, Eastside and

that th. Board of Adjustment Adjustments concernIng RANGE 21 EAST R.N. DOWLING ADDI- COUNTY business under the March, 1982 i in Stark. North Temple Avenue, games left Buchholz
Santa Fe can't tie or
City of Starke, Flo., this SPECIAL EXCEPTION YOU ARE HEREBY TION to the Town of CIVIL ACTION firm name of Starke Tire 3/25 4tchg 4/15 P.O. Box 995 Stark., ,
GUS for the second because
place bye
will conduct a hearing at application.At 'NOTIFIED that REX K. Stark.. Florida. as per Case No. 82.122 Service, 1534 S. Walnut ..,r- Florida 32091, on or
both those teams have the advantageover
7 p.m., In the City Commission this time, all persons SMITH and MARY A. map or plat thereof ROY E. WELLS. husband St, Stork. Fla Intendsto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT before April 30 1982 Bradford in of

room, City Hall. will b. heard concerning SMITH. his wife, have recorded in Deed Book F, vs. PHYLLIS ANN register said fictitious, FOR BRADFORD COUN. and file the original with their series.comparing Translated scores that

Stark., Fla. on Thursday. this applicationsas petitioned the Board of page 557. public recordsof WELLS wife.NOTICE. name under the TY, FLORIDA the Clerk of the Court 2-game
BItS clinch winning
means can a bye by -
April 29 1982 to consider specified In the Zon- County Commissionersfor Bradford County. OF SUIT aforesaid statute Dated CIVIL ACTION either before service on
a request for a Special ing Codes of Bradford Bradford County Florida. NO PROPERTY this 15th day of March. Case No. 82-125 Plaintiff'. attorney or Immediately all 3 remaining games, might get
i FLORIDA BANK AT the bye if it wins 2 of 3, and cannot geta
Exception to allow County.l.M. Florida to close or abandon as the property of the To: PHYLLIS ANN 1982. thereafter:
bye if it wins just 1 of the last 3.
Cocktail lounge and Gaines Director a road which Is above-named Defendant WELLS Address 3/184tchg 4/8 STARKE, Plaintiff, vs otherwise a default will

Package Store on property Bradford County Zoning located on the northern and that on the Unkown. You are hereby KENNETH C. PADGETT be entered against you
owned by W.O. & Planning edge of their property 26th day of April 1982 notified that on action NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and SHEILA- K, PADGETT, for the relief demandedIn

Dodd. parcel 4231 in Itchg 4/8 which Is described as: NE Monday at one o'clock for Dissolution of Marriage REGISTER FICTITIOUS Defendants the Complaint.

Section 32. Township 6 1/4 of SW 1/4. Section on said day on the has been filed NAME NOTICE OF ACTIONTO WITNESS my hand and Sports Calendar

South, Rang. 22 East 12, Township 6 South, premises of the Bradford against you and you are Pursuant to Section : KENNETH C. the seal of this*Court on ,
1/4 miles 865,09, Florida Statutes PADGETT and SHEILA K. March 16. 1982. 1Io..do.April S
South of NOTICE OF APPLICATiON Rang. 21 East.A County Sheriff's Office I required to serve a copy
Post Office BHS baseball at Live Oak (7:30)
Alligator Cr..k on Eastside FOR REZONINGAND public hearing on will offer for sale and of your written defenses notice is hereby given PADGETT Gilbert S. BrownAs

of Hwy 301 South. AMENDMENT Of the petition will be held sell to the highest bidder if any to It, on the plaintiff that the undersigned Box 2173, Kirtland New Clerk of the Court Manaay. Ap,1I1S

Exception No. 1 Is requested THE LAND USE PLAN on May 31982 at 10:00 for cash, In hand, theobove.decrib.dper 's attorney, whose Martin W. Gotts. P,O. Mexico 87417. By: Linda Chandler Lake Butler at BHS tennis ((3'30)
YOU ARE HEREBY Keystone at BHS girls Softball (3 30)
BoxUI Slorke. Florida. :
In B.3 classification. An ORDINANCE amending p.m., during! the regular-, -..name and address Is '". S Deputy Clerk' Eauuideat BItS baseball (7:30) '
that on'actlonto I
soli/tn' on1'ctwnersC: l.. 'NOTIFIED
At this tim., all per. the CanVpreieflsv:,; scTieeiuieo meeting ty, as the prop.rty ot trie" Dudley P. Hardy. P,A., | 3/l84tchg4/8 Praeuon Softball tourney start
sons will b. h.ard concerning Land Us. Plan Element the Board of County said Defendant to satisfy P.O. Drawer 1030, Ing business under the foreclose a mortgageon .- (see schedule with story)

this application and Map by Bradford Commissioners. At such said Execution. Starke, Florida 32091 firm name,.of Douglas the following property 'PUi LIC NOTICE ...
Battery of Stork, 407 N. In Bradford County Tvasaor .rtllS
as specified in the Zon- County, Florida In accordance meeting the Board will DOLPH E. REDDISH. and file the original with Florida All Interested public, Easlslde BHS girl. Softball ((3:30))
Ave Stark
ing Cod. of the City of with th. local decide whether or not to SHERIFF OF BRADFORD the clerk of th. above Temple : private and paratransit Baker Co. at BItS baseball (7:30)
Starke. S 1982. Comprehensive resolution COUNTY, FLORIDA before Florida intends to Commence at the SW within Brad- Selected BHS girls at Jacksonville Women'sCiasuc
April Government pass a gran. styled court on or of operators
register said fictitious corner of E /, of SW Vi Track Meet
L.M. Gaines Director Planning Act ting the petition.The 4/1 4tchg 4/22 ,, April 16. 1982. otherwise under the NE '/. and run Easterly ford County are hereby
Storke Zoning A PlanningItch of 1979 as provided for In petition and this NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO judgement may be name South line 208.75 advised that the Department Tlwraalar A.IIII F
of the In entered for aforesaid statute along BHS girls Softball at Middleburg ((4 00)
4/8 Chapter 163 notice are compliancewith REGISTER FICTITIOUS against you of Transportation
Dated this 18 day of leet for Point of Beginning )
Florida Statut. Chapter 336.10. NAME the relief demanded In for a capital grant under
Pld.y.ApdlIC
March 1982 In Storke : thence continue
TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers Florida Statutes, 1981. Pursuant to Section he complaint or petition. 3/25 15 Easterly 208.75 feet Section 16b( ) ((2)) of the Bradford Invitational track field meet (2.00)
NOTICE and other Interested Doted this 5th Day of 865.09, Florida Statutes WITNESS my hand and 4tchg4- thence run Northerly Urban Mass Transportation BHS baseball st Santa Fe (7:30)

Albert Tyson has made persons. April. 1982. notice Is hereby given the seal of said Court on "NOTiCE OF INTENTIONTO 208.75 feet thence run Act of 1964 as I[ r
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for SPECIAL You and each of You Gilbert S. Brown March IS. 1982.
application that the undersigned REGISTER FICTITIOUS Westerly 208.75 feet, amended for the purchase -
EXCEPTION for Essential are h.r.by and herewith Clerk of Circuit CourtItchg4B Thomas A. Reddish. 1417 Gilbert S. BrownAs NAME thence run Southerly of ((2)) 15 passengervans ; terested transit and ed at any time within

Services, t.l.phon. switching given notice in accordance Bebag St., Starke Fla. Clerk of said Court Pursuant to Section 208.75 feet to the Pointof to be used for the paratransit operators of thirty ((30)) days from the

Station to the Bradford with the Board of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO sole or joint owners do- By: Beulah MoodyAs 865.09, Florida Statutes, Beginning lying and transportation of elderlyand service being plannedfor date hereof. All comments -

County Board of Adjustments -' County Commissioner REGISTER FICTITIOUS Ing business under the Deputy Clerk notice is hereby given being In E '/> of SW \% of handicapped per providing transportation should be addressed

on propertythat of Bradford County, NAME firm name of Handyman 3/184tchg4/B that the undersigned, NE '/. Section 10, sons. Service Is belng! services for the to Bob Larimer

is Classified RSF. Florida. have designatedthe Pursuant to Section Fence Company, 2'/i NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Joe Bula 322 S. Walnut Township 6 South, Range operated within Brad- elderly and handicappedwithin Director of Bradford
MH-I and described Bradford County ZonIng miles N. 301 intends the described Association for Retarded
863.09. Florida Statutes to REGISTER FICTITIOUS St.. Stark., Florida soleor 21 East containing one ford County. This pro- area
below: and Planning Board notice Is hereby given register said fictitious NAME joint owners, doing acre, more or less. gram consists of the above and to Insure Citizens. P.O. Box 509,
50' x SO two miles to conduct a public hearIng that the undersigned I:name under the Pursuant to Section business under the firm has been filed, againstyou transportation of 42 that such a program Stark. Fla. 32091 with a

West'of Hwy 16 at NW at a regular meeting Joan M. Callan and I aforesaid statute. Doted 86509. Florida Statutes name, of Starke Power and you are requiredto mentally handicapped would not represent a copy furnished to Pete

25th,' Ave and NW, 29th held at 7:30 p.m., in the Virginia M. Struth Box this 15th day of March. notice Is hereby given Equipment Intend to serve a copy of your adults daily to and from duplication of current or Croft Department of
St.c In S.ctlon 18. County Commission Fla. P.O. 1982., the Sunshine Acres Work proposed services pro- Transportation lake City
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205 Hampton
Township 6 South Range meeting room, Bradford .01. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 Activity Center on West vided by existing transitor Fla. 7523300.
Starke Fla.
Box 225. ,
22 East,. out of parcel County Courthouse T state Rd. 16. This Includes paratransit operators 3/18 4tchg 4/8
or joint owners doing COUNTY COURTOF Florila'nd'Really!
IN THE
2383-00100. Starke. Florida. on Tuesday I transportation on In the area.Comments.
business under the firm
'\Th. Btadford County April 27. 1982. and BRADFORD COUNTY weekly appointments either for

Zoning A Planning Board make a recommendationto name of Graham Mascot Fla. Case No. 81341CC : A......... Phone 964-7700 and regular scheduledfield or against this service by .

will conduct a public the Board of County Intends Novelties.to register said FOREMOST INSURANCE 393 N Temple] Avenue, Starke, Fl. trips. such public and private .
hearing at their r.gular Commissioners and the COMPANY OF AMERICA. The purpose of this transit and paratransit
meeting h.ld at 7:30 Board will consider on aforesaid fictitious name under the a foreign corporation BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY notice Is to advise all in- operators will be receiv I
statute. authorized to do TALK TO A REALTOR I
1982 at
p.m., in the County Commission Monday May 3. .
meeting room of the same said place at Doted this 8th day of business In tha State of 1 D-wide trailer about / acre land. -

the Bradford County 10:00: a.m. an Ordinancerelating April.- 1982 In Bradford. Florida. Plaintiff vs. S I acre, 3 BR fireplace Cent. H K A, with Ig. born. Bradford.UnionRetiltorS News
4/8 4tpd 4/29 PREVATT
Courthouse. Starke, to:' CLIFTON N. 36500.
Florida. on Tuesday The rezoning of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and DEBORAH A. 5 acres with a home call for an appointment.city limits. Bradford-Union Board of Realtor Announce
Defendants 3 BR home. excellent financing joins
2 ,
PREVATT. acres
April 27, 1982. and makea following described property REGISTER FICTITIOUS S $11.000 owner will hold mtg. at 12% with Private Property Week and Contest
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'SSALE 6 plus acres
recommendation to th. and amending the NAME '

Bradford County Boardof Comprehensive land Pursuant to Section *C*.SOd down.$1,500 acre, with 100' on SR 100 toward April IS 24
3 acres per
.Florida Statutes, NOTICE IS HEREBY
that 865.09.
Adjustments concerning Use Plan to provide
this SPECIAL EXCEPTION -land. currently zoned OR notice Is hereby given GIVEN that I, Dolph E. Keystone.S 15 ac' some financing to a qualified buyer. The Bradford-Union Board of Realtors will hold It. annual Private Property Week Contest '

application. and designated by the that the undersigned.Anna Reddish. Sheriff of Brad- 5 acres with barn. April 18 24.

At this time. all persons plan as Rural Residential Jean Alvarez 1650S. ford County Florida Evenings: Please Calf The contest will consist of two categories residential and commercial, In two divisions

will be heard concerning be resorted to CG Walnut St., Stark. under and by virtue of a Vernle Odom Broker Bradford County and Union County.The .

this applicationas and designated General Fla. 32091 sole onwer Writ of Execution GRI. Phone 964-5476. Board sponsors the contest to remind citizens that the right to own transfer and

specified In the Zon- Commercial, the property doing business under the heretofore Issued out of J.R.; Kelly AssociateS use land Is fundamental the free enterprise system and the only way to keep the essential -

ing Code. of Bradford of Edwin H. Reagan firm name of Zabowes the aboveentitledCourt private property rights I. to protect them.

County.L.M.. described as follows: Fashions, 1650 S. Walnut In the above- To be eligible to enter the contest, one must have Improved property sometime between ,

Gaines Director lOff x 200- (20000SF.) Street Starke, Florida styled cause have levied May 1. 19B1 to April 24. 19B2. The r..ldentiol.ntrl.. may consist of homes or apart-

Bradford County Zoning located two miles Southon 32091 Intends to register upon the following property ERR menu, Interior and exterior. Commercial Includes interior or exterior Improvements.The .

I Planning the West side of Hwy sold fictitious name situate, lying and winners of this contest will receive gifts from merchants In Bradford and Union

ltchg 4/8 100, In Section 10. under the aforesaid being In Bradford County FHULKNE counties
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Township 7 South Range statute. Florida to-wit: All entires must be presented with a before and after photograph of any size, black one

NOTICE 22 East, parcel Dated this 8th day of j.4Sandi...Block 401_ -. REALTY: : whit.. or color bearing entrants name', address and phone number on the back of the

lor.n. D. Nunery has 4814-00900 and North April. 1982 In Bradford .14 and Lot 3 and photo. Deadline to enter I I. April/ 24, 1982. '
mad. application for twenty feet of parcel County. Fla. Halt-Block 6 of the City of : OBI-SOBS All entries become the property of Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Inc. and nc

SPECIAL EXCEPTION for 4814-00801 general 4/8 4tehg..4/29., Lawtey West of photograph. will be returned .
Lounge No. 3 to the retail Gilt Shop. 1 I railroad being In Section -w--' No Realtor or Realtor Associate or their Immediate family may enter.
Bradford County Boardof You or. further given IN THE COUNTY COURTOF 23. Township 5 South, lltAkIQ
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22 East In Bradford -
of BRADFORD COUNTY Range
Adjustments on property NOTICE that a copy
that Is ClassifiedCG laid proposed ORDINANCE ..Case No. 81446CCBOB County, Florida 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone Name

and described below: Is available for GORDON. d/b/a as the property of the OFFICE HOUIISIMondoy.

3/4 acre located 1/4 your Inspection at the office GORDON AIR CONDI- i I above-named Defendants 'rlday' .S Saturday 12 noon

mile South of Stark. on of the Director of T1ONING. (Plaintiff vs. and that on the _-. Address .
West side of Hwy 301 Zoning and Planning AFFORDABLE HOMES Of I I 26th day of April. 1982. SEVERAL Building lots different location In City. .
INC. Defen- Monday. at one o'clockon home sell Is) has 3 ., : '- '. '' -
South. In Section 32. Bradford County Cour FLORIDA. ALMOST COMPLETED liOO sq. ft. ( as : -
Township 6 South. Parcel thou. Starke, Florida. dant. NOTICE OF sold day on the ac.... of land priced at $57,500. ;.T: ; (CCom m.rclalR( ) Resldentla

4268A00100. Lot 1. Each and every Person SHERIFFS: SALENOTICE premises of the Bradford NOW IS THE TIME to look at lake lots we have seme.DQUBIEWIDI Phone .Category. .

Block 1, for Restaurant having any lnt.resfwhatever IS HEREBY County Sheriffs Office I on 2'.'. acres, with many extras, perches, ..
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that I. Dolph E. will offer for sale and '- '
and lounge.The In the enactment GIVEN fIsh l pond. fencing furnishings, etc. .
Bradford County of this proposed Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford sell to the highest bidder WE HAVE acreage from 1 acre up to 130 acres.

Zoning Planning Board ORDINANCE should appear County Florida.. for cash. In hand, the TWO NEW LISTINGS C/B home In Starke In 30'.. location of Properly ,
will conduct a public and be heard at the under and by vlrture of a above-described property SEE THIS LOVELY 7 acre tract on Hwy 301 with septic I ., '

,hearing at their regularmeeting time and place prescribed. -Writ of Ex.cutlonhereiofo. a. the property of the ..L.tcsSnhlr1nIHouse.: .. r ,

held at 7:30 ... Issued out of said Defendants end Apartments Far Rent Division (interior/exterior.

p.,"., In the County Conk BOARD OF BRADFORD the above-entitled satisfy said Execution. Property Management Services "'. .
of COMMISSIONERS- Court' In the above- DOLPH E. REDDISH. .
mission room COUNTY
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meeting Appraisals --,- -- '
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have levied SHERIFF OF BRADFORD i li-Entry'To:: :
the Bradford County :. styled cause M. 'aulkllAlTOI..506S"Ilener t.'
Susan
Stark., Clerk, the following pro-I COUNTY FLORIDA 737 S. Walnut St. : ::
Courthouse. BY; G.3. Brown. I upon Irene I.. .. RIALTOR-AUOC1ATt-M-l141:
1tchg 4/1 perty situate tying ana. 4/1 4tchg 4/22 : tuciU.Spry.U OKItSALflMAN9'4S'2OU Storke. Fla. 32091' S ._ .
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The trip back wasn't so much fun They didn't think of walking home-
but the game was great as the girls They had done too much of that dur-.il I
Softball team from Bradford High ing the game. Most of the BHS scores ::1 i
r won its last game before the Spring came via free passes and Gainesville ,
I break 21-1 at Gainesville High School went through a handful of pitchers ::1>)

last Thursday, April 1. trying to find the strike zone. One of ::
After the leisurely win -which Cupped the girls who got a base hit for Brad- !'
III ', 1 i their record to 9-1 with 9 straight ford was Sherri Nipper who broke out :;
r tr wins, the girls were eager to get back of a slump with a triple. iJ
home and on to the fair but the county The only GHS run came on a solo \'
school bus Coach Gayle Lee was drivIng home run over the outfield as BHS pit- :
didn't cooperate. The bus broke chers Val Hamm and Pat Slocum :.
down in Waldo and the team was combined to shut the hosts down. :;

{ n ,I 0 stranded for about an hour and 15 The Lady Tornadoes get back to action ;'

,.''I'' ; yI 4 minutes before a new bus was Monday afternoon, April 12, with ,''
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rescue them. >host Eastside Tuesday. ;

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Dance Class T-Bali, Softball :I

a '. Meets at ArmoryThe Signups Continue
.' dA,7v'+ti s'1"wbYSb171"t'+a;"a I It','M+le l i I t 1 I, fiio1 April 12 first meeting of the \
The Starke Recreation J
.. Starke Rec., Department's Aerobic Department's -
registration for T-Ball, and :
pvv Dance classes will be held at the Old
and Jr. Softball is
) ; Armory( From that point on classes Smallfry underway
I Ii Ir and will continue through Friday, ;
'will be held at the middle school gym.
.May 14.Games. :
Classes will run Monday and
Wednesday nights with advanced will be played morning's f

classes from 6 to 7:15: p.m. and beginners during the summer and the only 1
_classes from 7:15; to 8.' charge is $4.75Jor T-shirts and caps. I


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A Slam-Bam Winner... !t.
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Faith Roberts of BUS, right got her chance at the net with
an and
easy volley Faith's
partner Tina Bowen Is
at left with !
I a Clay's Abbey Bradley In the mid-,
smacked the ball out of reach for a winner in Bradford tennis
a
High match die, -------------- t
helpless on this occasion. Roberts --------
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against Clay High at the BUS courts. won match 97.

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I With Match Left Boys are 9-2, Girls 6-5 in TennisThe I save 0-hp Lawn$Tractor .1


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boys tennis of Bradford High number 4 singles. Also, Winkler and ohorM',2. 2)) Klifctand-MllllkM. (C) ..... IWor-C r..r INS b.W d.I.shIM 2, More
stayed red hot with a 3-for-3 week. Sapp remained unbeaten in doubles .-1. flnglMI, 1)) Morrta (I) ..... CI.,. s-2. 2))WINKLK ((1)M. ) I comfort and versatility than ordinary riders. I
Wins over Eastside, Palatka, and with an 8-0 log. MSlrh4.P.'......* .0.. ... 2') MIUII (I) d./ Friwi t-t. 4)) I. I Features Briggs & Stratton engine, electric I
Clay the Tornadoes ''''11... 1) fenhliordt (P| dot. Cormon lo.ot .-.. 1)) JOHNSON (I) *... luckMW t-l, I) Knlgtrt. (I) *rf. ... I start, 5-speed transaxle drive and much
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gave straight Phil Miller all his .. more /
won singles matches .....((1)) 4*. Donmork. 2) TINA IOWIH (I) ..... Johnson V7.Doubl ....
victones and pushed their season and stands 8-3 at number three. Alton. '.1.4)) FAITH OMITt(I) dot.Word 1-1,1)CHIli ...l I) WINKLII-I. JOHNSON (I) ..... _..
only $
record to 9-2 heading into the final Still highlighting the girls action POSTI (II) d... KroiM... low* ... 1))) IttdMncKnlght(I) *... Mil....-.. ....._ 95
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dual match of the season, a 3 p.m.test was the play of Faith Roberts, who is Do. II) .k. $.(P).....tovM-DMimwfc
H..1') lOWIH-HOMim(I) 41. AllM- .....'
against 12, at the Union BHS County courts. Monday, April now after 9-2 another in singles and week.8-2 Tina in doubles ..................2 ,.. oj 3i 1
good Bowenis .
"I)Imkliar (I1))M.....Ctafk$ t-t, IDS.) r
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6-2 in sin lee.SHS WINKIM ((1) ..... MMm .-.. 1) "_ MUM (I) ..... PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS. .
Meanwhile the Lady Tornadoeswere ,.c....ISI..I. .....V .I. 4)) JIFF JOHNSON (I) d./. Wild. ..., I)
2-1 last week to push their ... 1)) Dtt. ('p C) *. ....... ... 2)) IDOIIWINKUI HANI JOHNSON ((5))*./. CoIoor .-..
record back above .500 with a 6-5 (I)**>. W.....-S 2))'Hll MillI(1)( )*ol.Conn DmiblMi. 1)) MnkK.r.i..w< (P) M. Wlnkbr-J.
1-1, Iff X. ....... Joh..... 1-4, 2)) C1AIK-KIVIM JOHNS (I) Mf. ...... )
mark heading into the Union County CLANS 4))(I)iM.JOHNSON WII..... (-I.I) .1 t-t I') 0.10 WllkM '.1. 12 & 3 Bedroom Apts. i e Aeo' .. i iI

match. DouMMl I) C..IO IAn.WINKLIU (I') M. Ml>- From M30" to '275"
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The BHS |
boys aren't hot \1
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roWoll t1)) MU1II-J. JOHNSON (I) Mf. W.mNd. I
.... tlngln 1)) OM n(I')mn forfeit. 2))TAp.I( ) _
team, they have some individualswho $2.I.blbhl. ,,. ..... ImM t-t, :1)) DINMAK ((1)) *... Cvtglm t-t, 4))
are on top of their game now. .".". blMCLAMJOHN* (I) M. OoiwForroM OWIN (I) **>. il..k s,1.5)) CHIli FOtTIR (I) won it: !: 1530 W. Madison ,
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Number two singles player Eddie lorfXI.tooklni 1 1
Winkler his Clort.lHSItlngloil ( I) IOHITVIOWIN (I) won lorf.lt. 2)) 1000LItOU.... Phone 964.6312 I 1
pushed personal record to 1))Hondtnon
(CJ)wen forfeit. 2)) Klrhlono'(C) ,
10-1( with 4 more wins last week and ..... Donmut 4AITH) lOlim (I) ..... Drlg. .... lAVIS-OINMAlK (I) 4.5.TriPIMniM-COTlni 1.1(6.2)( ). DSMM. /
Jeff Johnson upped his own winning ... 4)) Allon. (C) ..... ...... t-7, I) Mllllkon (C) M. K.Conror _
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( ) DonflMrh- St. Edwards Church Hall America's manufacturer of tillers l builds, terrific

tractors too! Hurry-Pre-season prices end soon.


BINGO t Ike's Saw Shop

Every Saturday 7:30: P.M.
Kenny Clark 411 N. Temple Ave.. Starke Fla. V.225 East Andrew St., Starke (Behind Powell's Dairy Freeze/

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Kenny Clark, the 18 old SUNDAY APRIL '11th
year Bradford High grad who now is a shortstop in
the Atlanta Braves baseball organization, was back in town visting the Tor. ,
nadoes and Coach Mike Hartley at a BHS practice Monday( but it was only
for a brief stay That was good news.
Breaking from Spring training last week the Braves have assigned Kenny FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of Starke
to their class ballclub
A in Anderson. South Carolina and he and the other
Anderson Braves open their 1982 South Atlantic League season against the
Greensboro Hornets (a Yankee farm club) Saturday night before an expected -
opening day crowd of 10,000 at Greensboro. Kenny is the one and only *
pure shortstop on the Anderson roster and should be starting Saturday. He's Resurrection services Early Morning Worship.,. . J .8:30 a.m.
backed by a utility man who plays all over the infield but the Braves have TWO Great
told Clark he is their Anderson shortstop. Sunday School . . . . .9:45 a.m.Morning .
"It was really wild," Clark said of his first spring training at the Braves .
grapefruit league home in West Palm Beach. "You didn't really know.what Worship . ,-. *.. . .11:00 a.m.
they (the Braves management) were going to do." ,

Kenny had been working with Anderson all spring, other than a few days v .. .. : '.: > ;::5 J. .:: :
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with Atlanta's other A club the ,. q
Durham .
Bulls but still was relieved and hap- -,I .. 1,
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py when the Braves told him to pack for Anderson. The move represents his .' /'I't'! ,' r ".\. ..
first step up the ladder towards the majors after '. '" ', ',,"', .'I'I"" (" .""
playing at Bradenton in the :
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Gulf Coast Rookie League last ; /- >/ ;
season as a So far
1st-year pro. only a handful .
of Bradenton players from last year have been moved up with the remainder ;, :' '.'::', 11.\' ., ',, ...:;.. :'.I, '.
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either being released or sent to an extended spring camp. .j..,' .. '. "" .r: .- 'IJ"-.
Atlanta's AA club is Savannah of the Southern League while the triple-A ;r.,;:"',' : '.'!l..tfJ't' ''-.t .t.I1' 'll ;
stop is Richmond of the International League. Next stop after AAA is the \, -
ma- : : :*,; v "t. : ,J(
jors.Asked \\ss\\i: : f(" J, ,v .r' ,;),,; '., ; ': '
about the differences he expects to see moving from Rookie League : a, t ; 1. ,J. ;; ;,.C&I 1
to A ball Kenny picked out 2 major differences: 1)) the travel he'll take ahour 1t) '; : .' !
$- bus trip to the Greensboro game Saturday for instance. 2) the fans '." ,f1!fo>
after playing before a spattering of girlfriends and family in Bradenton and

not a whole lot more than that in high school the crowds in the South Atlantic *V. u .r, / r... Oflr
League games may seem huge. "They're supposed to get pretty rowdie," "$ ,W..r: I"I'' ...q-
he's been told. : }\.'. "
Clark has confidence that he's for the .
ready step up. "I started doing : '.1',1.<1
things the way I used to do them and this Spring was a whole lot better than ) ,'i ;
rookie league for me. I was averaging close to a hit a game (after hitting __.. ,. .. .5 ,- 'litCJl..
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also around stole.200 6 or as 7 a bases rookie and) and was only caught made just 3 or once.4 errors all Spring." He said he :::::: ::, jiitk:1;::;: I, .,. It. .'ii'll"

He described
Spring training in which the farmhands worked out in
seperate units from the big league ballclub, as"a lot different that what I ex-
pected. wasn't real strict. We played about 25 ballgames In the last 3
weeks pLi
though. J 1(
Kenny is going to get a lot more than that.The league season won't be over yl jftnnm&ll ts
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until the end of August.. I

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Lawrence Patrick Looked Good In Scrimmage... if V( i',.( i vjll 'J -rl

Word out of the UP Gator Spring football camp is that Lawtey's Lawrence W J' t* k., ., '1ftoI
Patrick looked good at outside linebacker in last Saturday's controlled { ; v r Rev| Ben p. Bryant

scrimmage, along with all-SEC performer Wilbur Marshall and Alonzo
Johnson. Now a senior Patrick is battling for playing time after serving as a PastorPage
specialty team specialist last year.
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Lisa Alvarez Shows Grand Champion; Steert t


"Yes, sir. Just a little bit," says affiliated with breed, weight, price $1.40, Farmers and Dealers Bank of
Lisa Alvarez when asked if she paid per pound, and buyer is listed Lake Butler '
misses Matt, the grand champion below: Susie Welch- B FFA, Angus' I '
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Limousin steer which brought her Lisa Alvarez- FFA, Limousin, Limousine, 1,111, $1.40, Winn Dixie. r- i
$4,800 at the Bradford County Fair.It 1,295, $3.25, Publix. Pamila Carter- U 4-H. Angus r l, '.,,
was the first time the 4-year FFA Kimberly Sapp- FFA, Limousin, Limousin, 955, $1.42, Clyatt's Well
student had ever exhibited anythingin 1,135,$2.05,Western Steer, Community Drilling. .
the county fair But the 17yearoldfarm State Bank. Joe Hogan-4-H, Angus, 960,$1.48:
girl, the younger sister of Ag Jamie Whitehead- 4-H, Limousin Alligator Creek Ranch.
teacher Greg Alvarez and property Cross, 1,033, $1.51, Alligator Creek Bradford County Sr. FFA, Herford, ? er tt
appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, had the Ranch. 1,149, $1.81, Publix. y a $"
knowledge to carry off the steer show Shands Howard- FFA, Limousin Susan Sapp- 4-H, Limousin, 1,091.
from the time she picked the young Cross Brahman, 1,096, $1.48, Florida $1.42.Pantry Pride of Starke. <
steer until she showed him off at Bank. Jason L. Polk- B FFA, Angus A
Saturday night's sale. The daughterof Drew Andrews- 4-H Limousin, Limousin, 1,145$1.41,Alligator Creek ,. '- _
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez got 1,222 $1.40, Gordon Thompson. Ranch. a. + _
$3.25 per pound from Publix Super Shelley Raley- B FFA, Limousin Len Eaves-B FFA, Limousin,1,028;, .t I
markets. The price was pushed up by Herford, 1,067, $1.50, Pantry Pride. $1.54 Alligator Creek Ranch.
several bidders. Robbie Underhill- FFA, Angus Randy Conner- FFA, Limousin,

Kimberly Sapp 15, took reserve Limousin, 1,052,$1.42,Alligator Creek Ranch.Herford, 1,096 $1.51, Alligator Creek '- '...' G / '. .
honors with her Limousin steer for Ranch. -
which the Bradford High freshman Connie GuynnU 4-H, Angus Kimberly Whitehead- 4-H'
received some$2,700. Miss Sapp is the Limousin, 1,014, $1.53, O'Steen Seed Limousin Herford, 1,028, $1.54t
daughter of John Benny Sapp and Feed of Providence. yI
Mrs.Lynell Dodd Sapp. Kimberly and Gary LeeU FFA, Angus, 1,115, eee's' I'ttge 411 "" r J..
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Starke Western bought Steer the reserve Steak House championsteer of Eigltt- Year-Old Jason Smith Grand Champion Steer... pound and was purchased by Public Supermarket for
for $2.05 per pound, a total of $1,200. Add-on money contributed by area residents and
Grand
"Matt her
'-,. ,' Lisa Alvarez' shown! ; ChampionSteer. I
2326. Add-ons pushed the total to .. businesses brought the total to I.KOO.
The 1,295!> lb. Limousin steer brought $3.25 per

2783.The 45 steers brought a total of Nabs Grand Champion Piggy ".... ""
$90,845, including add-ons. The ring
sale, before the add-ons, totaled Before baking, insert tube-
Jason Smith, old and in ford High. Buyer Fred Mueller of Ridieulcus
79677. Bothe the number of entries just 8 years was type macaroni i in the centerof
and the total sale value were recordsin his first year of 4-H, is the youngest to Alligator Ranch Farms, who paid the top of so
the 10-year history of the event. show the grand champion pig in the $5.44 per pound, or $1,115 for the 205 that juice can boub'blPie .
Average ring price for the steers Bradford-Union Swine Show and Sale. pound Spot hog. Sheffield also has
was $1.61 per pound. Add-ons pushedthe The Raiford youth, son of Harveyand add-ons totaling 1300. bc: prices
average to $1.95 per pound. No Janice Smith, won the hearts of Sheffield, the son of Mr. and Mrs,
steer exhibitor received less than the crowd as he expertly paraded Big Frank Sheffield of Starke, noted his
$1.43 a pound."It Red, his 225 pound Duroc, around the champion pig came along just after FLORIDATHEATRE Westfield 3 BR
was an outstanding sale," says ring. The crowd was clapping for his family sold all of it hogs. 1982 14x70
Ray Norman an executive at the Jason as the judge was still walking Jason Smith,as young as he is,real- Free Refrigerator
Community State Bank and treasurerof back and forth trying to decide bet. ly did a good job of taking care of Big Total Electric, Frost
the Bradford-Union Cattleman's ween hogs. Red and feeding him says his Starke 964-5451
Association, especially consideringthe The grand champion brought $5.45 mother, the former Janice Alvarez.His Garden Tub
economy. Many prices were per pound, or $1,226, plus add-ons of dad, Harvey, only had to feed the Fri., Sat., Sun. $ j
records, Norman says. some$1,500. Buyers were the Florida pig a few times, she notes. House Type 119
Publix paid a ring price of$4,208 for Bank at Starke; Rosier's Nursery; Jason has it all lined out how he will L
Lisa Alvarez's grand champion steer. Davis, Monk & Farnsworth; city spend his prize money. He wants a pig Front Door
clerk Neil Tucker, and George next year just like Big Red, the same'
individuals and
businesses.Addonsdonations dd d-to by the ring price to ..Roberts Insurance: .. .,,*.,....col '.snd breed"* ,%'r l' RICHARDIV i Many Morato, Choose from '
:help out the young peopleraised the Reserve champion hog was shown" He plane to start a Savings account. *r*
total to about$4,800. by Frank Sheffield, Jr., 14, a Brad- &ter .
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ObituariesVenon

brother Claude Prescott of Brooker; was a housewife.She Helen Leota Johnson April 5 at 10 a.m. at the Garden Crest Anderson Survivors of include Starke; his two wife daughters, Viola
Orea PrescottMr. ,
one sister,Inus Bazar of Jacksonville, Is survived by two daughters Mrs. Helen Leota Johnson,78,fromSt. Presbyterian Church. Burial followedat Vicky Rosier of Starke and Paula K.
Venon Orea Prescott 67, of and 21 grandchildren. Catherine Ramer of Macclenny and Petersburg Fla., died Thursday the Hillsborough Memorial GardenIn Anderson of Macclenny; two sons
Brooker, died Tuesday afternoon in Funeral services were held Friday, Sheila Rizer of Ellisville; two sons, April 1, 1982. Brandon. Danny Anderson of Lake Butler and
North Florida.Regional Hospital after April 2, a 2 p.m. in Dedan Baptist Bobby E. Bryant of Houston Texas She was born In Lakeland Fla.,and Rex Eugene Anderson, Jr. of
a brief illness.Retlredhe Church in Brooker with Rev. John Jerry A. Bryant, Joey Richard and lived in Tampa for 33 years before Homestead Air Force Base; and two
was a life long residentof Hendry officiating. Burial will followin Kenny Richard all of Raiford, James moving to Lake Butler in 1974. She Rex Eugene Anderson Sr. grandsons.
Bradford County. Dedan Cemetery with Archer Alvarez of Lake Butler; her stepmother later moved to St. Petersburg in 1980. Rex Eugene Anderson Sr., 61, of
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Johnson .
Browning ofRaiford was a member of the Starke died Sunday at his residence.A
Lizzie Jeanette Davis Prescott of charge of arrangements. ; two brothers Alton Brown- Garden Crest Presbyterian Church, native of Hannibal Mo., Mr. Card of Thanks
Brooker; five daughters, Frances ing of Jacksonville and David Brown- member of the Hobby Group and Anderson to Starke 14
Parrish of Duette, Fla. Catherine Mary Elizabeth Richard came years ago We the family of Anna Frampton
Manning of Hampton; Betty; Hunterof Mrs.Mary Elizabeth Richard,61,of ing of Palatka; and 17 grandchildren. AARP Survivors Chapter 49. from Niagara Falls N.Y. would like to thank all our friends for
include one son, Mr. Anderson served with the Air
Lutz Fla.; Inex Byers of Tampa; Raiford, died Saturday morning in Funeral services were held Sunday, JosephR. the many acts of kindness shown during
Johnson Jr of Beach, Force for
Apollo Fla. 26
and Nellie McCarthy of Lutz; two Shands Teaching Hospital in April 4 at 3 p.m. in Raiford First Baptist ; years retiring as chief the recent loss of our mother and
one brother, Jordan J. Rhodes of master He of .
Church with seargent. was a veteran grandmother.Thank
Rev. Johnnie
sons Vernon Prescott of Land of Gainesville after an extended illness. Gilbert
Lakes and Lewis Clayton Prescott of She was born in Union County, Jiving officiating. Burial followed in Sapp Brandenton and Fla.; seven grand World War II. you especially to the friends
Lutz; three step-sons, Howard Truett most of her life in the Raiford Cemetery with Archer Funeral Home children grandchildren. six great- Mr. Anderson was a member of the and congregation of Calvary Baptist
and Doyle Truett both of Atlanta,Ga., community. She was a member of of Lake Butler in charge of arrangements Funeral services First United Methodist Church of Church and Pleasant Grove
and Charles Truett of Hampton; one Raiford First Baptist Church. She were Monday Starke, Methodist Church.







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It. Leavenworth held at 3 p.m. Friday, April 2, in the Starke, a daughter, Elizabeth, A. schools in Columbia,graduating from Carolinas Steel Fabricators Associa wish may make memorials' to the
Mrs. Marie R. Ellam Cemetery at Melrose with Dr. "Bebe"Fox of Gainesville; a brother, the University of South Carolina in tion. American Diabetes Association//
Leavenworth
Gainesville,died in the North Florida, 88, of James R. Neale, Jr., pastor of the James Hollingsworth of, Abilene, 1951 with a BS in Civil Engineering. lie was also active in community American Heart Association,.!or. St.
Regional Hospital Faith Presbyterian Church, Melrose, Texas; and a sister, Elizabeth Me- He continued his educational at organizations including the Chamberof Martin's in the Fields Episcopal
ing following a lingering Wednesday illness.even- officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Colskey of Ormond Beach. Massachusettes Institute of Commerce, Forest Lake Club, Church Endowment. ,
Mrs. Leavenworth Home was in charge of the ar D. Owen Jr. Technology Graduate School. He then Summit CLub and Palmetto Club.
moved to Franklyn ,
Gainesville rangements. joined Owen Steel Company and over Owen was a member of St. Martin's in Card of Thanks'We
from Cocoa Beach in 19C9. Franklyn D. Owen, Jr., 51, Chair-
the years worked with his father, the the Field Episcopal Church where he
She was born In Chicago, 111.,June 11, Penny Hollingsworth Fox man of the Board and Chief Executive founder of Owen Steel Company.In served on the Church Vestry. would like to thank everyone for
faith.1893. She was of the Presbyterian Penny Hollingsworth Fox, 41, of Officer of Owen Steel Company Inc. addition to his active role as Surviving is his wife, Mrs. DorothyG. the food,floral arrangements and the
2925 SW 28th Place, Gainesville, died as well as Owen companies in :youthCarolina Board Chairman of the Owen com Owen; two sons, Franklyn D. comfort we received during the. l loss of
Survivors
include three sons,Frank Thursday at her home after a short il- North Carolina, Georgiaand our daddy. .
G. Leavenworth panies,he was a Director of The First Owen, III and George William (Bill)
Jr. of Minneapolis lness. Florida, including Owen Joist of National Bank of South Carolina; Owen; a daughter. Elizabeth G. We wish a special thank you to'the
.Santa Minn., Russell E. Leavenworth of Born in Gainesville, Mrs. Fox moved Florida, Inc., In Starke, died in Col- Director of the American Steel Institute Owen; his mother, Mrs. F.D. North Florida Regional Hospital
Cruz, Calif., and Richard S. to Gainesville from Starke 20 years umbia on Tuesday, March 30,1982.Mr. of Steel Construction, Inc.; (Elizabeth G.) Owen, Sr.; three staff, the staff of Archer Funeral
Leavenworth of Melrose; a brother, ago. She was a homemaker and a Owen was born in Greensboro, Director of the Steel Joist Institute; sisters,Mrs. M.L. (Elizabeth 0)) Bur- Home and Rev. Michael Norman and
W. Lowell Russell of Seattle, Wash.; member of the University United N.C., a son of Mrs. Franklyn Owen, Director of the Steel Bar Mills ton, Jr. of Columbia, Mrs. Nancy O. Rev. Victor for the beautiful set vice.
seven grandchildren and two great- Methodist Church. Sr. and the late Mr. Franklyn D. Association; Member of the Concrete Letton of Lexington and Miss Sarah
grandchildren. Survivors include her mother, Annie Owen, Sr. He moved to Columbia Reinforcing Steel Institute; and Jeanne Owen of Ridgeway, S.C. God bless you all
Graveside funeral services were Belle Cellon Hollingsworth of S.C., at the age of five and attended former Director of the Virginia- The family suggests that those who The Isiah Todd family

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CARROTS . . PKD, SAG ti' 16PCE $

CARROTS IIIRDSEYEBRUSSEL 16..... $129 ONION SLICED TURKEY,\f SALISBURY 11,w ,.ONION. .&.BEEF 32.PKO....&. $199 DINNER PILLSBURY CRESCENT ROLLS . B PKO...... OT QQc FRIED CHICKEN BCKTPIIG. 799
BREAKSTONE' Aururuulr"WTB WIUON1 HONIT BAKED HOT ITAUAN Ot CNCH
BIRDSEYE(WITH CHEESE) MUSHROOM & BEEFMORTON 160.' s 39 Nut Mix '2 I" $)" Ham .% L". *1 1" Bread LOAF 99c
CAULIFLOWER . %? 99 ENTREES : %o'' *1" RICOTTA CHEESE CUP 1 I -
HflttlCHIOIKD SOUTHEHN STYU COU SlAW O*POTATO HDTKAaMPWN/ OOtWSAMtHam
BIRDSEYE CREAM SAUCE & SEALTEST LIGHT& LIVELY ,II
9e. MARINERS 32..... Ile.. $ ";0. 2" Salad .1 79 Rolls .6,01 99OOIOIN <
SPROUTS 99 COTTAGE CHEESE 1
8RUSSEL .
PKD: FISH STICKS . PKG. s1 CUP OIA2I TUIIKIY OLUID MESH OMON
BIRDSEYE W/CHEESE S AU c., PECAN & LEMON SUPERBRAND SWISS FRUIT $ $ "
Breast ) Donuts M" Rolls 6 )
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BROCCOLI . . V&' 99c PIE PIECES -. 2 ASS. 99e YOGURT . 3 iSi S $100 .1 DOZ -


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Tommie Hamilton- 4-H, Herford Wayne Wall- B 4-H, Brangus, 999..- $1.50, Alligator Creek Ranch,.
970, $1.56, Publix. $1.42. Stumps of Starke, and Florida, Guy.Wayne' Parrish% FFA, Angus
Lake Butler Jr. FFA Angus Bank of Starke.. Herford:912. $1.70, Sawyer Slade Gas
Limousin 1,004 $2.02, Publix. Prudence Clyatt- FFA, Limousin of Starke Florida Bank of Starke.
John AdamsB 4-H Limousin Herford, 1,033, $1.43, O'Steen a Sons. Joe Siegmeister- FFA, Angus),
k Cross 1077, $1.61, Lee Drawdy. Brian Whitehead- 4-H, Limousin 931, $1.40, Winn Dixie.
Terry Whitehead- 4-H Angus 1,111, $1.48, Alligator Creek Ranch. Tasha Wtrd-U FFA, Limousin Her-: I
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i 0' Limousin,1,086,$1.47,Alligator Creek Jimmy Underhill B 4-H, Angus ford, 970, $1,41 Columbia Livestock
r J Ranch. Limousin Minajou, 999, $1.46, Market.
,, nn David Hamilton- 4-H, Angus, 980, Alligator Creek Ranch. Craig Falstreaux- FFA Angus,
I 1 I F $1.62, Winn Dixie. Bradford County 4-H, Limousin 1,018, $1,46, Industrial Tractor of
Greg Phillips- FFA, Angus, 926, Cross, 994, $2.06, Publix. Jacksonville.
$1.60, Community State Bank of Frankie Andrews- FFA, Angus, Nannette Stalnaker- 4-H, Angus
Starke. 1,091, $1.56, Publix. Herford Limousine, 1,086 $1.48*
Robert WorrellU 4-H, Angus Mark Worrell- 4-H, Angus Liberty National Insurance.
4 dp'f d Limousin, 1,052, $1.57, Craig Salley Limousin 960, $1.60, Gainesville Bradford Jr. FFA, Limousin Cross ",
t. Architects.Jeff Livestock Market, and Gainesville 1,086, $2, Publix. .
Clemmons- FFA, Limousin Stockman Supply. Robbie May- B FFA, Herford ,
,, i : '- Semintal, 1,159, $1.51, Bradford Doll Waters- 4-H, Angus, 970, Cross, 902, $1.60 Rosier's Nursery of
l/ School Board Officials. $1.50. Florida Pest Control of Starke. Starke and Florida Bank of Starke.
Ricky Alvarez- FFA, Limousin Penny Stalnaker-4-H, Angus,912, James Williams- 4-H. Red Her-
Herford. 989, $1.54, Bradford County $1.53, Doyle and Lottie Lee Archer ford,917,$1.66 Publix Supermarkets.


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Kimberly Sapp shows her Reserve Champion Limousin Steer Restaurant and Community State Bank of Starke
Steer at the Steer Auction and Sale Saturday. The 1.135; bidding $2.05; per pound.
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Mess of Berries...
Swine. diBiil
Auctioneer Angcletta Haymons *
finally got her a mess of strawberrieswhen IL fRRrs
each contestant in the swine :
Front Page 128 show presented her with a pint of
R Bradford best fruit when they paraded
Creek Farms. 0 L I their pig into the ring. It was a real ,
$312 Alligator I
surprise to Mrs. Haymons. who for ,
Rhonda Sue Alvarez- 4-H, 217. tMn .
$1.66, $360, Florida Bank at Starke. the past six years had been auctioneer
for the swine and steer salesat
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Tommy Crosby- FFA, 230, $1.81 .. ,
no charge.
$414, Alligator Creek Ranch.
Debbie Mobley- 4-H. 197, $2.03,
$400, Alligator Creek Ranch. ,
Clarence Pendarvis- FFA, 230, :
$1.94 $446, Alligator Creek Ranch. s r VM1 '
Christi CrosbyUnion Co. 4-H, 199, .tl x

$2, $398, Publix. .
Howard Starling- 4.11, 237, $1.60, +, A k ,:!
$379, architect Craig Salley of n ;

Gainesville. R ..t., .
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Glenn Underhill- 4-H. 200, $1.50, x ,"F,
$300, Bradford School Supt. Tom JU'(,.
Casey, principals, and administators. "" "
Mike Hagen- 4-H 240, $1.80, $432, "
Alligator Creek Ranch.
Randy Luke- FFA 200 $2, $400, /r
Publix. k l 'K. STRAWRFRRIFS 'O 1.e
Lisa Mosley- 4-H, 242, $1.71 $414, .
Alligator Creek Ranch. f
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Will Andrews- 4-H, 244, $1.81. TM

$442, Wayne Parrish, Blake L ... t-3 X
Hamilton H.C. Douglas : 9 ''If' .. .." .. I era J
Doug Redding- 4-H 185 $1.72, > + b1
$318, Triest Construction Co. of : ,
Keystone Heights. Summer's' So% H@ weather!
Johnny O'Steen- FFA, 204 $1.79, com g...
$365 Sam Johns. '
Spring Hill 4-H ClubU 4-H, 218, rW
$2.01, $438, Farmers & Dealers Bankof
Lake Butler. ,
Keith Redding- 4-H, 194, $1.82,
$353, George Roberts Insurance '; $1
Agency. ,, g +
Andy Tison- 4-H, 208, $1.63, $339. iN
Bradford County officials: Property j :

Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, Sheriff : .. ;, is
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Brown and Judge George Pierce. '
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LeRoy Griffis- 4-H, 219, $1.56, Crowd Pleaser... tat'

$342 Florida Pest Control. Jason Smith gets a hug from auctioneer Agneletta and stat1' sVw
Andy Underhill- 4-H, 194, $1.60,
Haymons. The crowd was applauding Jason even before .1.3 r
$310, Florida Bank at Starke.
the judges announced the winning hog. wet a gmv'lb
Mike Bearden U FFA, 205, $1.82,
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$373. Howard Auto Parts. :
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Melissa May-4-H,199, $1.60, $318 : $ M
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Bradford school board members Pat on energy'to',
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Spengler, J.RJim\ ). Lawson, J.T. .., 'D ifliw bogieri 161s.
Parrish,J.T. Parrish,Arthur Gaskins b lo noiJeloiv vl'IOiJ 113
and school board attorney Richard
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Weltv.Alligator Amy t Benson-Creek Ranch.4-H, 205, $1.74, $357 SPRING GOLD RUSH Pick the GE Super Comfort Machine; best.for 'yous'sag 1 | lov 91


$304 Barry, Community Carlton-State 4-H Bank., 199, $1.53, i and get a $150 cash refund direct from: GW 4'1 '".,nap. a9

Bonnie BensonB 4-H, 210, $1.62
$340, Alligator Creek Ranch. Th GEnxefcutlvo2'; 'F. sw

Marsha Watterson- 4-H, 202 The GE Executive IIWeathertron" % II central air colt ; ,
$1.58. $319, Indian Summer Arts &
heat dit'' "erf..lt uses- 9; G'
Crafts Festival. m ,
Randy Underhill- 4-H. 211, $1.56, 0 pump/air conditioner .._ II I Ii II less en rg b&C tJse

$329, Community State Bank. 0 comfort and Ii ..M Jffl_ i fl S i It's extra efficient.. '
David Reichert- 4-H, 215 $1.57, efficiency all-year 0
$337 Alligator Creek Ranch. 'round. iiStf Here's' Ihewarobeat
Becky SweatU 4-H, 216, $2.01, $434, I II summer's heat and high
Alligator Creek Ranch. This is the heat pump suI'I energy costs too. The
John Reichert- 4-H, 217, $1.60, tomorrow. It cools in the two-speed compressor
$347 Gainesville Livestock Market. mer heats In the winter an uses the energy-saving low
Robert Carver- FFA. 217, $1.60, 0 O energy-e.fficlent climate control for speed most of the time changing to
$347, Florida Bank at Starke. t1 0 0co all seasons. The secret is in GE s most 'thigh, speed for quick relief only when
Add-ons were: "' efficient! two-speed compressor linked needed. That makes it cheaper to use
Bradford County hogs onlyDeWitt with.the computerized thermostat.! Jhan older and less efficient! models.
C. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. c. e
Union County hogs onlyUnion DON'T WAIT.
County officials: tax collector
Josephine Addison supervisor of SAVE NOW AND SAVE LATER! -
elections Lottie Lee Archer, clerk
Margie Cason judge Bobby Lex Kirby To qualify for$150 cash refund direct from GE,Installation of the GE Executive U

property appraiser Wilford Croft conditioner or GE Weathertron heat pump/air conditioner must
Sheriff John Whitehead; Union Coun- EfecutJve 1
ty school board members Morris be before I[MAY1.198

Dobbs Ray Crawford Resale Griffls
Pam Thomas,Royce Albert Shaw andI
I Supt. Jimmy Cason; Union County Call today for a FREE home energy flnaJyits.
commissioners Sam Johns, Gerald

Griff,Sidney Todd,Archie demons ,Let our climate control experts provide you with our in-home analysis of your:
Mitch Brannen G. L. Clyatt G.W
Langley, and Starlight; Farms. specific energy needs and potential savings. Absolutely NO OBLIGATION..

; Across-the-board add-ons for both ... /
: Union and Bradford County hogs: -

Starke Bradford, Archie Title Tanner&: Abstract Funeral Co.Home of . umaeb TO. SHOW DETAIL We bring good things to life.


.I and Service Bradford of Starke County, Lewis Convalescent Timber Co. ...... .k..m." with m II 1tlnMbt tklJ. II) 141( ,c Ut '..{>... >..1! >t S

of Starke.Jackson Building Supply of ,h.11 lit '1"'" UI KtH>m <.rrpritrn ancJStiisr lin''" : ..h f'' f ,,, oJ Ii GENERAL ELECTRIC
Starke and Lake Butler Mosley Tire .1' '<<' liI" 1 \i Co. of Starke Blanton It: Roberts

Poultry Supply. Inc. of MaccJenny.J ,
i Lake Butler Farm Center O'Steen &:

:j ; Farm Gaskins Bradford Bureau Chemical County and D.M.O'Steen commissioners Hale Seed, and, rIY' BRADFORD SQUARE Gordon Air Conditioning & Htg.. ,Co..

Homer Hart Lawrence Mosley. Maxie ITIG Hwy. 100 N? Keystone Heights .473-4777
301 S.
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News BriefsKidnapping' THE '1;



Charge Lands. McCray Back_ in Jail UTFITTERS e04/ 84-7855 t



Johnel 48. of Starke. is On April 2, McCray had been arrested TT_S. 301 5?. Starke .
back in the Bradford County Jail this and charged with willful and Melrose Music Theatre 1
time charged with kidnapping his wanton reckless driving and leavingthe
former girlfriend and leaving the scene of an accident after he Super Specials -
scene of an accident with personal In- struck a parked vehicle at Cherry and Presents"Gilbert
juries. Total bond for McCray has Washington Streets while travelingat
been set at 6000. a high rate of speed according to CCI Stinger Remington

On April 4, McCray alledgedly forc- Lt. M. L. Sibley. & Sullivan's 22 Long Ammo 1100 Shotgun
ed Joann Brazell into his car after she McCray had posted a property bond
told him she did not want to go with for $250 and was released on Friday.On Iolanthe" $ $
him. When she attempted to escape March 15, McCray was arrestedand L __ i 2.25. tJ ft. 9. 9 5
from the car by lumping; McCray lost charged with aggravated batteryand ''i All Gauges
control and ran Into a ditch, somehowthe
trespass after a warning. While '
woman became pinned beneaththe enroute to the jail on that date Mc- "IIIINIIiHII April 22 & 23 & 24 Ruger Remington 7400 ;

right rear tire. Cray managed to escape but was April 29 & 30 & May 1 *:* ; Mini 14 Auto Rifles
Six volunteers helped the Starke recaptured by an Alacnua County : ) 1
police lift the car to free Brazell at approximately deputy south of Waldo a few hours /r Stainless Steel All Cals Reg. 399.95
9:20 p.m. The woman later. He was then charged with
was transported to Bradford County resisting arrest with violence escape Trinity Parish House in Melrose
Hospital by Rescue 60. and battery of a law enforcement officer 369.95 299.95
.. Curtain 8:15 Tickets '5.50
McCray had fled the scene in an
unknown direction according to On March 7, McCray was arrestedin
Patrolmen Sonny Jackson and Steve Starke and charged with firing a Tickets may be purchased at the following locations: NOW IN STOCK Children'sCamoflauge 20 % off
Backus. Shortly before 10 p.m. shotgun into an apartment window.
Backus located McCray hiding in the He was released from Jail the next STAUKE KEYSTONE IIGTS MELROSE Fatigues all re-loading
woods behind East Brownlee St. day on a $150 recognizance bond. on
Bradford Village Hardware Rossano'sCo. 19.95

Accidents In Telegraph Ace Hardware Meat Market Set Supplies

Starke AreaA

passenger riding on the hood of a
vehicle received minor injuries when
he jumped off hit the road and struck
his head, March 25, in Hampton.
Elizabeth Mitchell 16, of Hamptonwas -
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ride on the exterior of a vehicle. The : /i : 'J
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passenger Frederick L. Wood was >1
given first aid by Rescue 60.
There was no damage to the Mit-
chell vehicle according to Trooper D.
S. Cranford. t

Kevin Dean Underhill was cited for '
violation of right of way and violationof
restriction on driver's license .
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399 3A
March 24 in an accident north of '" I eO> ,
Starke. z 7/!
Underhill, 16, of Starke had turned '
left from CR-233 onto SR-16 and attempted
to turn into the Handy Way Short Sleeve ': ""
Food Store. Linda Anne Gonzalez's \ ...' \ ; e ; ; p.
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vehicle was struck by Underhill as he Dress Shirts 9 9 'r; (; \ tiJ 4jpolycotton
Ladies'Sundresses 'r
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turned in front of her. No-iron, .'" J 6 ,17)) I I .
Damage to Underhill's 1970 Ford I ;. f .
dress shirt in.white, .......f t dJ"'f.
to Gonzalez j >
$50 damage
pickup was "
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1972 American was $200 according to 14'/a-17. 1 A variety of styles in solids, border and / '/r p
Trooper B. A. Williams.A 4. '
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Barbara M. ... J 1. '/ SCarvesAnriHats.t" $2 TO o.QCS ..... ...., ;;f., \:,- "': 1,1 l&iv : G
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day vehicle Inn apparently in Starke when backed an unknown out of a 7 9 9 I \ ,' ...- !: 9 9 Fashion lit LtoSSB ':r.(!;;..;.\? \ :.J..t.\ W\\ \ '

parking space and backed in Gloria's Sf' 6 \J ..
vehicle. Damage to Gloria's 1980 Pair Each Skirts .5 4\\ .; .

Ford was $300. 0. fQ.Polycotton skirts with smock 11 l /"' rf't.:; :" .It i .,.....
The investigation is pending accor- Dress Pants \ -C! .. .< !
ding to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.. waist, tiers or pleats. Prints or ): r .. .r I.
solids. 6-16 "t, :. 4 .r 1,
No-iron, full cut, polyester ; :, ,. r f"
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Dorothy! <,/Winter Salazar. Sl...tof,.. pants In brown.navy and .. f ', trai.. <
Starke.1 backed into a vehicle belong- black. 29-42. 9 9 Peasant ..( .....: I + r -
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ing to Jessie Bell Tyson 53, of Starke, Belts . . .. O. ,_ } e ," II ,l ('fll'l .J '
at the corner of Clark and Jefferson .I I /1/ Tops po' J. ..... \ '" ''t' ..
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Streets March 26. ... '.-.t ""'.. / I \ 'r. '4' ... ...
Damage to Tyson's vehicle was Flutter sle.eve. scoop neck tops insolids VIII ; I \ \ :" k\.t. .
$150 there was no damage to -- -- stripes and new summer 'I\"' Jf't j.':"., I I I '7'
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Salazar's Ford according to Lt. Lane floral prints. SML ':>t ii-:'" I ) i J-: :.
Sibley. Tube Or Extra Sizes. 4.99 ';Jt.R h

Patricia Teate Modesitt 33, of oo*& ** Crew ( 9 9 cr:j r+ f I III'f'' -

Starke backed into a vehicle driven Pack Socks I .. "' 5 Spring ;it; ': :; */: ..v) I 1 vJ '
by Betty Jean Hudson of Starke at the ? / \ >'M "; \ !
Do'Drop Inn on US-301 south March Men's 2-pr. or boys'Y Handbags : l'.;, \+,: !:'.1" :. 'F ; I ,( t } .'ri '
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Damage to Hudson 1979 Ford was with striped top. /I Canvas and straw handbags in i. .l'i.: .: 1. ',1.lf. .: ; : \ r.:rvrust "
$100 there was no damage to r- I, brown and other natural colors.A&S... h'If.. '. y' /, \ 'f'!,; .
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Modesitt's Ford pickup according to I r" '" \
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struck in the rear by an unknown 7 ; .
vehicle which then fled the scene \ ::; ::j; ... .\ ;:7 0 399 Tops AndShorts
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Marco 1:1.Delores. PairLadies'Sandals \ G'/
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Ann Perry of Starke was "' t 4 J. :: .:; : \ ,
later'charged with the accident and Short sleeve polo and novelty tops
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cited for violation of driver's license ....
... ,in solids. 714.
stripes prints or
restrictions. Compare To 15.99! ..... .
Damage to each of the vehicles In-: \ Casual and dressy \ <; \ ." ... Woven shorts with cuff or
volved was $50; 'according to shoes with medium, embroidery details. 714.Girls' .
Patrolman W.. W. Wilkinson. high and wedge .. t I J"7'\\ -=--
9'J heels. Perfect for () 9 9
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Allen 22, of Starke.; ', 1-'ff'ft. :;;
Winfree
Jon, !ph '-1// I spring! ... ;.;!l.,, { -1 ':.. 3
was backing from private propertyonto l (
'Grand St. striking a station- 71j' ,,
$ 4 L. : ii :
wagon on the right side. .
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Damage to the stationwagon I "
belonging to the Department of Corrections I I
: i. .. Sunodre'sses
was $200 there was no -a 247 399
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damage to Winfree's vehicle. '-::::- .- polyester
I Winfree was cited for improper -..................... --) Ladies' Half Slips Infant Pantsets sundress with
backing according to Patrolman assorted all-over
David Crum. Nylon slips in pretty pastels Boys' or girls' short sleeve J ;:4 U t a prints.
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white tops with pull-on pants. ',.'.: ,\", 4.6x Woven

t Starke Garett was Bernard parked Petteway on the,side 20, of of S88 488 FuIlSllps..I..4.47 Ex. Size Dress & Panty Set I '. ';;I.I/ r"h...! 7.14 Sundresses.WovenGirls' 0.9"

SR-16 as he attempted to enter the I /I OO Sleeveless dress and panty \.l\ c on
Sundresses. .
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Full slips
roadway he pulled in front of and was Dress Flats Ladies' Easter Shoes set in sizes 9-18 and 24. Girls

struck$3,000 by damage an eastbound was caused vehicle.to the Popular kiltie style with Low heel woven poly rope _:s r- \ Panties.69C. Pre
vehicle driven by Eugene Frazier laced collar. Brown. sandal or medium heel --
Shaw of Orange Park. Damage to Sizes 8'/t-3. sandal with cushioned insole, REINFORCED rr ,m + '' I \ I
Petteway's 1979 Plymouth was $2,000 wisn: y

in driver's Petteway the April license 1 was accident.cited according for no valid to Ea: s ter G ood i es ,, .

Patrolman E. W. Wilkinson.

John Wesley ton, 51, turned 99<< 89. 8 9 ..... k
left .trclf"
short as he made a hand turn onto 499 t'C$, !RttL Ea. [(c "
St. Clair St. from SR-230 striking a I .....-........
A Lux Or Dove Twin Pk. Douche
vehicle In the left side April 2. l PantyhoseSandalfoot 1
Damage to the 1979 Chevy driven by ., \1 0 reinforced 22oz. Lux or Dove 12oz. Massengill tJ! ', i id
Patricia Ann Goodman, 30, of Easter Baskets : J' toe and panty styles. liquiddshdelergenl., disposable douche I
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Gainesville was $300. Damage to Colorful I I plastic I ; IJ Quean Size! 1.89. ...,...

according Plympton's to 1972 Lt. Lane Rambler Sibley.was $500 baskets filled with fi; =- 7 'I ,. r',........
and
candy games
62, backed into novelties for the kids. ij I I
Margaret P. Aaron
Bobby Thad Smith 22, as they were Sk4t\eS\ I speed stick Shield I SoapRefreshing
leaving the parking lot at Hardee's in S .
Starke. 1 4 $1 Shield, the extra

Damage to Smith's 1978 Chevy(was r] strength deodorant soap.
$100 there was no reported damage to For
Limit 4,
according to Lt. Candy -m :.1 <<
Aaron's vehicle, Easter $1 129 99
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April 2,Joyce Laine Tetstone 24,of 8 10-oz.-Chocolate Marshmallow Flavored Eggs Man air"...-ow. Wella Balsam Jergen's 10-Oz. Mennen Stick 4 $ 1 Marcal Tissue

Starke was traveling south on Eggs or 2oz. Chocolate I"'"..... .. \ Reg. Price 1.341! Regular or extra dry Reg. Price 1.721 10O-ct. soft and absorbent
when Sarah McQuay ..111..1. 8-oz shampoo or lotion. Free 101. 2.5.oz. regular or 1 For
Orange St. Mini Bunnies. conditioner" SOAP with purchase spice deodorant Marcal I facial I tissue. Limit 4.

More News Briefs Prices Good At All Family Dollar Stores Through This Weekend. 309 South Walnut Street

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I m t aI1H( Cheese Program..: Buy Direct From Factory.t
Mae Carey (left) a Green Thumb worker from the Suwandee River t
{ I '. Economic Council, certifies client LeRoy Bates to receive a five-pound ,On Home FurnishingsCut
/J brick of cheese from the U.S.1 Government as Elliot Tyson of the SREC Save
llI w assists. the Middleman
i The SREC, acting under the provisions' of a presidential order signed Out
into law Dec. 22, 1981 distributed to the needy here last month.
Bradford Countlans received 152 cheese and cases of the cheese for tyi\f, $ Call or Come. Visit Us .. inneiSie ,
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distribution Distribution is limited to one(1)nve-poundbrick) per family flI'"g'
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I, .. of up to six persons. For needy families of seven or more persons two .. tt\ Unbelievable //res ,:

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Julie Miller President of the Bradford Education Association draws Garden Hoe
the name of the first-place winner in the cancer funds for John Grip Hose Nozzle
Hamilton and Jerry Gaskins at the Bradford County Fair Monday. Betty
Hawthorne of Keystone Heights was the winner of the$100 gift ceer- \\\ "4 99
tificate which she will use at Miller's Supermarket in Keystone.Carl 11.69 688 3.69
Hurst Owner of ('arillurst Shl'lIln SUrke. draws the name of VALUE VALUE |.
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r Starke's Bobby Hampton the second-place winner who will receive$25
in free gas from Hurst's station.
Forged steel. head with
Third through eighth-place winners all recipients of a free threes neck shankaxTbkds.fieb' goo. Durable non-corrosive alloyed metal
month subscription to the Gainesville Sun newspaper are (Un order), / I IfkieMd.rvloeabls Precision tooled all brass value n
attractively
Lucy Potty of Lake Butler Barbara Cain, Grant Williiams Susan arrangement
Gaskins. Ira Hudson and Emmett Watkins, all of Starke. gradeSft. .
The raffle raised $113 for Hamilton eighth-grade student at Brad- y hardwood handle Leak proof..with automatic shut off -

ford Middle School and Gaskins, a fifth-grader at Lawtey Elementary. I
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Hahs 65, of Starke, failed to obey a J. T. White, 65, of Middleburg was
stop sign causing Tetstone to strike cited for failure to yield after he hit a
her vehicle at the corner of Pratt and van at the intersection of US-301 and 'S SA", 3/4-HP
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Orange Sts. SU-100, April 5. ...
The 1982 Ford va.n driven by H.. 122
DamagO'tTHafis{ .'SlFoTd"' staQon"George' Spmger 50. of,Starke,..sus- ,
wagon was $2,500, damage to talned $500 dar age Damage to 71/4'-Standard Duty' Saw i
v Tetsfbne's 1979 Ford was $i,2,..acWhite's 1972 Pontiac was $750, accor-
cording to Patrolman Jerry Miller. ding to Patrolman David Crum.


I Incidents Reported At Bradford County Fair Lopping Shears 69.99 VALUE 3988 TAO

Staple' Qt nTacker
Several arrests for disorderly Intox- of Starke, arrived at the Bradford 14.99 JP 99
ication, criminal mischief and a County Hospital with a leg wound.
charge of aggravated battery were Sakrowski said he had been stabbedin VALUE 2O.69 ,
reported occuring at the Bradford the right leg by a big black male Rugged, dependable and accurate..Double insulated VALUE 1588
Fair last week. with moustache and beard and for added
County a B.air Edge ,.full size topper with protection
Charles Schaefer of Starke reportedthe wearing a blue flower shirt, followinga long handles for Upper and lower guards made of durable die cast .
windshield on his car had been distrubance at the fair. greater leverage Shoott i... pwsyrvou'detn, *e.
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broken while in the parking lot at the The investigation is pending, according Hard, tempered steel blade and aluminum C Mil "" ''
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Bradford County Fair April 1. to Patrolman Sonny Jackson. hook for easy cuttingSAVE No load speed. 4600 rpm... 10 amp motor u..pl.oI.ng ...1/4"11"icwmlng .
Damage to the 1977 Oldsmobile was
$125 according to Patrolman Eston Several persons were removed I .f!
Mosher. from the fairgrounds and charged
with disorderly intoxication. They
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I ObituariesDr. 701 WELLS
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Batsell Barrett Baxter Arnold Clyde Brown '

Dr. Batsell Barrett Baxter of Arnold Clyde Brown, 73, of Starke, ,.6;(;) SAVE \\\\\\\l1UllW Flee
died Tuesday at his home following an c
Nashville Tenn., died March 31 in extended illness. ou I r Toe ci3 -!' '
Baptist Memorial Hospital, _
Nashville. Born and raised in Bradford Coun- $ 6 'k ,,5/8'x5o-Ft Hdse
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Church of Christ minister, author of a farm ill his retire- n -
number of books, speaker on the ment. He was a member of Hope Bap- Work Gloves 22.0 : -
Herald of Truth television program, tist Church. 168IVALUE
Survivors include his wife Lenoa"Booths" -
and head of the Bible Department at ,
Brown of Starke; three ,
David College.He -
Lipscomb daughters Geraldine B. Brady of 1.79 VALUE 129 '11"1. ) ,... ;; '
is survived by his wife, Wanda; Fort Lauderdale, Glenda B. Powersof IBJ1j6.- .. 'ThS 'round, ('Vac 19 -
flexible] .Eve" .
sons Scott Baxter and John Baxter of Longwood and Cynthia Griffis of ,amazingly sub-IreerrnpweatheEGreaElor in __:'
Nashville, and Alan Baxter of Starke. Graham; two sons, William D. Brownof lawns gar enund many Diner _
Funeral services were held l 10 Middleburg and Adro Brown of Blended Jersey out wearsconon I .uses" ".."
a.m. Friday, April 2 in the New Orleans; one sister, Mora Clarkof by 50%. Heavy Duty Sl22 Fle ogen 'is )ightwe>grif( and ::,-:.
Hillsborough Church building wherehe Starke; 11 grandchildren and four Ideal for cold weather easy burst lo coil' yet has a 400 'ID '_,,"
use
Hrenclh withstands' -
served as minister for manv vears._ greatgrandchildren.KEYSTONE 'nonle shut-oils too1' :
Broom Rake __

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PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS I S HeavyDuty ., pull type rake feature
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Monday. thru Friday 8:30 to.6 Saturday 9 to 2 The retails reserves the right to substitute' ef Lake Butler US 3018. Starlet: K.ystanl..Helght.
t equal. or better quellty. or ejve e rein ehesk end ,/3.W. 6tii Avtnut 964-6078 Jet SR 21 A 10.onteot
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Quickly Becoming Florida's Most Serious Environmental Problem j


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By Chuck Woods tributed to it by ordering utiltiies and crease in the amount of coal being harmful emissions across the nor weak acids j
nutrients.
burned thern serve as plant that has a pH of about 3.7. which is 1 1
by 1987. portion of
WAS Writer other indiuctires to build tall the state, not to men-
stacks. Moreover almost all lower
tion what agriculturalcrops than the pH of our regualr rainfall ;,
might drift in from other
The U.S. Environmental Protection limed with '
are dolomite
Acid rain, already a worrisome "With more than 15 coal-fired states to the north. The net result will or Volk states. ;
Agency (EPA), which is funding the calcium carbonate wich neutralizesthe
household word in the Industrial U.S. IFAS project with a $100,000 grant, is tion power or stations planned in now Florida under alone construc-acid be a gradual increase in the amountof effects of acid rain" he explains."Of He believes fresh water lakes ,
acid
northeast, is now becoming common stepping up acid rain research at a rain is going to become rain in Florida particularly course, exteremly acid rian forets and natural ecosystems will be j
throughout Florida with potentially time when other environmental programs widespread and more over the the "northern three quarters of with a pH of 3 or below would have a most affected y acid rain. Florida's
,serious effects on almost everythingfrom troublesome with state, Volk explains.The .
are being curtailed. potentially serious effects direct effect on crops burning plantsor sandy soils lack clay and organic J
lakes and plants to the paint Nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide fish, crops forests and on lakes otherwise affecting plant produc matter that helps neutralize or"buffer" 1,
finish on your car. emissions from the burning of coal, ecosystems," Volk. natural. of pH scale measures the degree tivity. To determine the effects of acid rain. However,since all i
oil and natural gas are the main says \ acidity or akalmity of a solution. acidity on soils in a natural of Florida is underlain with limetone
In the past 25 years rain over muchof culprits, accoridng to Volk. In Distilled water, a neutral solution acid rain Is neutralized before it
1980, South ecosystem we ae irrigating
the state has become about ten Florida seems to be has a pH of 7. Readings below that In- experimental :
times more acidic than "normal"rain more than 26-milhon tons of sulfur somewhat less vulnerable to the problem dicate incrasing acidity while nmbers plots at the UF with water reaches ground water supplies. I
according to University of dioxide and 23-million tons of nitrogen he adds, because there is less above that measure akalinity. The L i,
Florida (UF) researchers. And it's oxides were injected into U.S. air' heavy industry in that part of the scale is exponential, which means a
not merely a problem that dirfted water space. These pollutants combine with state and prevailing winds help change from 6 to 5 equals a 10-fold In-
down from the northeast; Florida is solutions vapor of sulfuric in clouds acid to form and nitric weak disperse pollutants away from land crease in acidity. WISH YOU COULD....
areas.
now contributing to its own acid rain
problem.The acid. Volk says the pH of rain in central HEAR BETTERI
Almost all of the eastern In north Florida,.where the problem and northern Florida consistently
overall problem is largely the is potentially most serious, at ranges from 4.5 to indicating a
result of decades of urban and In- U.:;. and much of leat six new coal-fired plants in the decidedly acid condition. Average annual Attend OurBetterHearing
dustrial growth, and the fact that air 600-megwatt range are under con- pH values below 4.7 now occur
pollution knows no state or national southeastern Canada are struction or planned. Two being built over the northern three quarters of WorkshopApril
boundaries. Tall stacks spewing near Palatka with a total capacity of the state, with many lakes having
pollutants into upper air systems now receiving acid 1,200 megawatts, will become operational similar values. Studies have shown
have helped make acid rain an Inter- highly in 1983. Two others are planned fish and mollusks cannot survive in 14, 15 & 16
national problem according to Dr. rain. As ,result north of Jacksonville and two more lakes whos pills 38. Two of the most 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Bob G. VOk associate professor with a fish will be sited near Perry. A relatively acid events ever recorded in the state
the UF's Institute of Food and small 235 megawatt coal-fired plant occurred near Gainesville in 1978 and
Agriculture Sciences (IFAS) and and aquatic life have all began operating in Gainesville in 1979 when rainfall had a pH of 3.93. Have your hearing electronically tested by a factory
head of an acid rain research project. 1981.
but disappeared from WHile acid rain may produce trained Hearing Aid Specialist. Fact-filled pamphletson
Almost all of the eastern U.S. and Although the 600-foot stacks on the dramatic effects on lakes and aquaticlife hearing loss and what can be done to conserve the
much of southeastern Canada are many lakes, in these areas. new plants will have precipitators to the effects on crops, forests and hearing you still have will be available FREE of
now receiving highly acid rain. As a remove particulate matter and scrub- natural ecosystems are difficult to charge.
result, fish and aquatic life have all bers to remove sulfur dioxide'each measure. Volk says acid rain may actually -
but disappeared from many lakes in Auto emissions and power plants benefit
600-megawat plant will emit up to 57 some agricultural crops
these areas. Some environmentalistsbelieve coupled with the nationwide switch to tons of sulfure dioxide and 45 tons of because Florida soils are deficient in INTRODUCING....
acid rain is now the nation's coal-fired power, are seen as the nitrogen oxides daily when operating sulfur. THE PERSONAL AMPLIFIERThe ,
most serious environmental problem. leading contributors to the growing at full capacity. ( 9
acid rain' problem. Between now and "There's no conclusive evidence aid specially built for .. a"
Volk says the 1970 federal Clean Air the year 2,000 utilities are expectedto "The new coal-fired plants will per- that agricultural crops are being your loss. .
Act which may soon be revised, does more than doube the amount of coal mit some older, less efficient oil-fired damaged by acid rain, and this could k
not really address the acid rain problem burned in the to be be Fits your ear and your ear e
U.S. The figure is even plants phased out of operation, attributed to the fact that sulfur ;
and may have actually con- higher in Florida a 250 percent in but there will stiU be an increase in and nitrogen, even in the form of alone.
The aid so inconspicuousit's
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CONVERSIONWHEN / Refreshments will be served. And you are cordially in-
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Diagram shows the developmentof'acft d rain. Sulfur dioxide and nitrogen! Starke Family Planning Clinic i Wrapped GuaranteedCut
oxide emissions from power plants, automobiles and industrial facilities & to Please You

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MIAMIi Sunglasses 964-8588 Chicken Legs&Thighs.tb.6gC

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The pH scale measures the aci" ">f rain over the state.Average annual : Member
pal values below 4.7 are now oo over the northern three quarters or 1J W
the state with many lakes ha .ilar values. South Florida seems tG. Boston Smoked
be ,somewhat less affected beprevailing winds disperse pollutants sugar
Rodney L. S u mnf'r.OOwner-Lirenserltitian
away: from land ..r.... Fresh

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Card of Thanks Jones- Convalescent Service, Inc.Providing $10 9 Lb. Tendetlzed$ 9


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would
Boneless
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sincerethanks to the townspeople of Non-emergency
rOOker and friends for their concern
HAM
Curing our fathers death. EGGS
The Family of Venon Ores Prescott Medical i I Transportation

$149 $199

for wheelchair!" & stretcher patients .
Card of Thanks

would'We. like the"family to thank of all Anna our Frampton friends for, i in Bradford & Clay Counties MILK Reg. 0 Lo Fat MILK

kindness shown during '
the many acts of

andmother.. Thank the recent you especially loss of our to mother the friends and P.0. Drawer H' I 1'$199 .Homo $179Gal. GII.r. .

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Queen Cathy... A "Rocket ..," ;p" can he envisioned ,\... {;Y On Dr. Huey Root Stock \::;

,..decorated the 32nd edition of the Bradford County Fair all four dad s as 'Y \.- Popular Varieties Bud & Bloom
ivlien stands in / and thisMitltray
she fulfilled her duties us newly elected Kradfoid County Strawberry one ti spr'eiaspuf aligns \r--- Gal. Size 49 9
Queen. She visited the cattle barn the rabbits and chickens rode the ferris Sale..1Special I
wheel toured the booths and took in the midway ride trill; the f'ill'rudiu tuner in hacUgronnd.
At one point Queen Cathy Norman confided to a friend that !she'd be hap
py to trade the crown and high heels for a pair of !shorts and sneakers.
FormulaRose
Above the strawberry queen poses on the merry-go-round. ORGANIC
Mobile Home Food Plus Systemic Action
Hey Cow Manure Insecticide that goes through
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Cox to Run for 1-1-1 Analysis the root stem to all the plant

Owners Composted Won't FOOD and controls sucking and

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District Congressional SeatJames Have you heard of 40 Lb. Bag 2 4 9 4 Lb. Box OM41AIHION

Reg. 2.99 ., '
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tees and is responsible for numerous
ti'ot '
changes in laws, regulations and D'v .n. 50% Malathion Spray.

"I budgets in Social Security, the Ct,. '{ ..teas & other Lawn & Garden Insects I

Department of Labor the Small .. be used in for -
Business Administration Rehabilitation r an a dip your pets :
., Services, CETA and other areas. + a. 8 oz.,Reg. 3.49 Pt. Reg. 9.59 ,QURe(. 10.69 I

Masters Thirty-four Degree years in old Business, Cox has Ad-a -r >d.CSV.r.S\flT 299 I /69[ I O99 ::1

ministration from Georgia Colelge, *f j --I

Administration and a Bachelors from Degree the in Universityof Business =1

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Graduate in the Air Force ROTC and Springtime Specials on
served as an officer with the StrategicAir w.J .
Command during the Vietnam '" ] Hudson
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his home at North Florida and
worked in state government in the Stainless steel 1 to 4 gal. sizes
d Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services in several J JThe
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capacities prior to its reorganization.lie

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representatives to establish the #
Florida Association of Rehabilitation it#
= 6620 1 Gal. Bugwlser
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Allen Cox, Jr. Facilities and serve as its first executive "Thinking Cap" '.4 2758
director. As chief executive a Galvanized Reg. 42.99. . .
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James Allen Cox Jr., a seventh- officer of Fla-ARF,Cox was responsible fully automatic and requires no maintenance Vanes open at 80* and I
generation Florida descendent and closes at 60* Tested to 120 mph wind Closes In case of fire Two 12"
for more than $2 million in new .
chief executive of a major national for Florida.He Thinking Caps per!900 or 1000 sq. ft._. Two 14" Thinking Caps per 1200 sq. #67209 1 Gal. Favorite 44"with
association announced today his Intention programs was called to Washington in 1978 ft. ;; Stainless Reg. 69.99. . . .
to run for Congress in
to tackle federal problems as executive -
Florida's 2nd District. Our Whole House Passive
Venting System *
director for Fla-ARF's national 5" Factory Rebate Coupon
Cox said he is entering the race to Associa-
affiliate, the National rrJ
"help shape the transfers of govern- tion of Rehabilitation Facilities. the mobile ..
the
ment gives home owner ability to control -
programs" as they move
While working in Washington on national WEED EATER
, toward state responsibility. He noted issues, Cox has maintained his his or her environment, improve the air H'
has created Reg.
that Congress an uncon- residence and home in Florida He is quality and maintain balanced """' Power Blower r
trolled budget which will produce a a member of several national boards a humidity. 14 ::9t
$120 billion deficit this year 16 per. and committees, and is listed in Thereby increasing the efficiency of the insula- 125 MPH winds, cleanfpL
and national debt -
cent Interest rates
a Who's Who in the East. tion barrier the and sweeps drive, patio,
and heating cooling
vapor
that consumes 60 percent of the pas He and his wife Cathy have three ; XR-50
tion's savings. "1 believe we've to walks, etc.
got
children, Melissa, seven, Justin, five, systems.
cut the waste out of government and and Jams Allen four. He will be on #2500 Reg. 59.95 Gas Powered
get the deficits under control," he leave of absence from his position in
I' Trimmer
said. "With determination and Washington during the campaign. 9 5 Edger

common-sense done." decisions it can be FIIP Qualifies for the f1 5 2 26.2 CC engine, Tap-N.Go

Trooper \ One feed out head
As a veteran,he said he also favorsa \ \,,: \:
strong defense, but "not at the expense Involved In Accident \". ,':>> cuts 17" path
of older Americans or the Trooper Kenneth Gordon Etheridgeof 40 % TAX CREDIT \'+: ;,' .
education of the youth, nor for the Starke skidded in to the rear of a
purpose of a nuclear stockpile." vehicle which pulled out onto US301in and saves much as 12995
as
Cox, whose ancestors were early his path at 9 p,m. on April 4.
settlers in 18th Century Gadsden Etheridge traveling at a high rate of IORIDA I
County, is executive director of the speed was in pursuit of a violator 25 % of your energyCall
National Association of Rehabilitation when Marylue Tilman Hodge, 62, of PESt Lawn&Garden ,J i
Facilities, a non-profit organization Jacksonville, entered from CR-227 ,
'of community centers and she said she did not see the patrol car. Center
hospitals committed to developingjobs Damage to Hodge's 1980 Ford CONTRO I h
539 E. Call St., SUrke 984-5745
and skills for disabled
employment pickup was $25 damage to the 1982 '
people. Working In Washington for Ford patrol car was$125,according to 473-3775 or 473-4876
the past four years, Cox has worked Corporal J. R. Hobbs. Prtffsston*! Pest C ntr l Services lnsM and Out



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Maura O'Neal A chalk pastel drawing of two of AND CRAFTSOil 3) Beverly Padgett Sawyer-Slade -
Takes Maura O'Neal's three children, Molly Painting: 1)) Latrelle Hamilton Ceramics glazed: 1)Faye Crouse;
and Nicholas, won the sweepstakesprize ? Needlepoint: 1)) Helen Wright; 2)) Al. 1)) Brenda Griffis, youth; 2) Mike Appliance
in the Arts & Crafts Division of K. Carlisle; 3)) Kelly Cason Griffis, youth.
Arts & Crafts Sweepstakes the home judging at the.1982 Bradford Decoupage: 1)) Lorette Hamilton; 2)) Wood Carving: 1)) J.C. Petty; 1)) Microwave
County Fair. Robert Dawkins youth ) Ken Crawford; 2)) youth -
String Art: 1)) Joy Starling Charlotte Kapellen; 3) youth Mike Cooking School
r 1cM 1 Maura painted the picture from a Liquid Embroidery; 2)) Bonnie Dur Griffis; 3)) Ray Durban 20th
of the children taken April
photgraph a cou- ban Macrame: 1) Beverly Williams; 2))
ple of years ago. She'd been meaningto Pen or Pencil: 1) Chris Durban Betsy Hersey; 3) Joy Starling 5-7 pm. 7-9 pm
get to it, and finally began work in (youth); 2)) Robert Dawkins 3) Stuffed Animals: 1)) Ruth Darley
fir! time to enter her first project ever in Virginia Crawford ; Miscellaneous: 1) Larette Call 964.7700
ILI'I the fair competitionl.! Crewel Embroidery: 1) Bonnie Hamilton; 1) Chris Durban; 2)) Tom for Information
"There is a lot'of talent in Bradford King; 2)) Suzanne Faulkner; 3)) Bon my Smith; 2)) Cynthia Rogers; 3) & Reservations
County we don't see,"says the wife of nie Durban Christina Rogers; 3)) Bonnie Durban
County Sanitarian Daryl O'Neal. O'Neal Pastel: 1)) Bonnie Durban;3) Maura """.....,.....,r->,,=rr""''' =r'.C'__!='_....,.....r> ___ _......--n.
Maura would like to see more local ---
artists and craftsmen enter their Wood Burning: 1) Lorette Hamilton, cRODEO
work in the fair, not to win, "just. to Sculpture; : 1) Faye Crouse; 2)) Brenda %%'t l/t \\\) 1
share with everybody." Griffis
Novelties: Sylvia Ake; 2) Larette
1)
Ribbon winners are listed below.
means a blue ribbon,2)red,3) white: Hamilton; 3)) Bonnie King
.' T. ... r Ceramics. stained. :...T.1)) Billy::Anders. .; Lake City Fairgrounds 1

Cogley's April 16 1l18 1

Friday Saturday Sunday 1
Bike-fl-Rama 7:30: p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30: p.m.

Hwy. 21 North. Keystone Hgts.
(Next to Century 21))
V Y' w' Adults $6. Children $4.
%''f 10 Speeds 3 Adult
Speeds Tricycles '"
Tickets and
Advance : $5.00 $3.00
Hi Risers, Cruisers Mini 10 Speeds Available at all S & S Food Stores
87 Full line of BMX /,1: ; ;r
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; Motocross Bikes, Mor.goose, Vista .
.' Rodeo Dance
MCS Magnum "" \ ,( ,
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.I .. Rodeo Queen Contest
Sales & Mechanical Bull Contest
Repair
Phone ((904)) 473-2446
e Parts & Accessories Pre-Rodeo EntertainmentFor
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Includes Salad. Drink s. the event.the advertleed merchendise I. not, available due te unforeseen reasons,TO*Y will prevlde' a Rain Ch.dhuponr.qu..t.'In ord.rth.t the
merchandise may b. purchased at the sale price ,
when II bales available or you may' purchase similar qua! merchandise a similar
and Dessert price reduction. We will b.. happy'to refund your money If you are not aatlefled with your pure".... It is the policy of TGAY lo...that you are0.
happy with your purchases. III. TG&V.policy la be priced competitively. In the market. Regular Sale Prices' may vary' market by' market,but
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I' :-; SERVICES SERVICES ORCHID PLANTS FOR CLOTHES, APPLIANCES terested mlnature trucks ROOMMATE WANTED LAKE LOT on and bottomedlake 'OAK FOREST-LOT- 5 ocrcorner ,-\,
EASTER Most awarded Cat- stereo, radios, glassware WILSON T-2000 tennis and farm tractors Call Working male to ihgr. In Hillcrest. $800 'lot Assume low Interest
CARPENTER WORKS ACCOUNTANT .Retired ,tl.ya Clones and Divisions. and many misc. Items. On racquets, call 473.2210 or Toys of Yesteryear. large house on lake down, $146.44 per month. rote. Priced $12,000.
Remodeling work, kitchen available parttlme. Full Some species and others. Lake Swan. 2'/ miles east 473-4380 oft.r 5:00: p.mHn 4734851. 1 Itchg 4/8 Geneva. Great fishing and Phone 473-4038 or Call collect 269.9701.
cabinets, and trim service Including tax Plus Big Yard Sale. R.T. of Melrose on Hwy.26. Sat. pd 2/4 ROOMMATE WANTED boating. $110 par month 473-4367 after 6 p.m.4ltfnchg' Walter Williams Realty.
carpenter. Reasonable return. 4732034. 4tpd Henderson Keystone 10 a.m. .4 p.m. Itchg 4/8. HAVE TRACTOR WILL Working female, nonsmoker and $100 security deposit.Call 4tchg3/23-4/IS I ;'
prices Call 473-2477 7:30 3/25-4/IS Heights SR-21 across from TRAVEL Mowing and to share 2 BR home Scott after 6 p.m. on \LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE"Keystone KEYSTONE STATE BANK{:Is
a.m. 5:30: p.m 3/4 tfnchg. United Methodist Church. BOATS Disking. Fr. estimates with same In Keystone weekdays at 4752293. Heights, owner taking bids on a 1980 10 rip
CARPENTRY. AND MASONRY REDUCE SAFE FASTt with Sot. April 10 from lOAM to toll 659.2269 Grandin. Heights on Lake Geneva.Beach 2tchg 4/8.15 financed 12 percent Interest. Roper lawn Tractor with
WORK Building potlo., GoBese Tablets or cop 4 PM only. 4734646. Itpc FISHING OUTFIT! New 14 ft. 2tchg4/1-8 swimming and Lots on clear, sand mower. 3 forward speeds
additions, remodeling, /.. < E-Vap "water 4/8 Stumpknock.r with like WE BUY AND SELL antique boating. $100 per month FOR RENT bottomed lake, priced to and reverse. If Interested
homes and tile work.. Free pills." Andrews Drugs Classified Ads new 9.8 hp M.rcury motor toys, vehicles,, plus $100 security deposit. sell from $9,900. One to please come by bank to
..tlmat... Phone 473-4473 Keystone Heights. 3/25 with Yarbrough trailer. noisemakers, tins and Coll Mrs. McDonald at FURNISHED MOBILI HOMES five acre overlooking lake place bids 2tchg 4/1-8 (&
during tfn day. 4tpd 3/18-4/8 Get Results $1295. Call 473-2371. Itchg what-have-you.. Also In- 4732722. 2tchg 4/8-15 $130 and up. 4732879. (access available) with CLEAN CONFOR1ABLS 9$'
---- ---- nice from $3,600.
Lake Geneva Mobil Home tree gold couch. Only $100. S+eat
III I I Park 4/1 tfnchg $500 down, $50 a month. Monitor office or cal.1;
OFFICI SPACEfacing Commercial frontage- 473-2210. 4/1 tfnchg- %
Lawrence Blvd. N.xt doorto investment opportunity. PIT-BULL PUPPIES6 weeks

THE J.W. STARLING FARM 473-3411.Andrews 4/1 tfnchg.Drugs Call 473-4373.4/1 SR21N. Owner-salesman., tfnchg old Itchg$40 4/8 each. 473-3970 A.

ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA SEARS COLDSPOT fREEZEIt".
apartment on Lake access lots from $5,500. IS cu.ft. chest type with
Geneva across from tennis $500 down. $71.74 per quick-freeze dept., 3 trays,
court. $125 month. month. Discount on entire excell. cond. $175. Sears
125 Acres & 3 Br Home First, last, $50 per damage 10 acres. One Waterfron Chaln.ow1" blade, good
deposit Phone 473-7086 lot. Call 4734375. 4/1 cond. $90. Dining Room

after 6 p.m. 4/ltfnchg tfnchg table with leaf, excell.
1 BATH condl. $35. Call
2BR unfurnished -
Will Be Sold At house In city. $195. Adults 473.231.ltchg 4/8

only, no pets. Keystone Steve BroadwayTREE
Heights' Realty, Inc. Realtor
4734961.41 tfnchg SERVICE MuntU Redf.arn'
2 BR MOBILE HOME on Lake SEll VICEStl
AUCTIONOffered Geneva. Completely Removal l
remodeled. First last and .
security. Call 473.4 I 65 Trimming r 411-CMI.>
after 5 p.m. 3tchg 4/1.15 Free Estimate /; '
STORAGE OR BUSINESS
In Parcels of : BUILDING 25'x50'. two 47M282lUpairt
drive-In doors. Zoned BB 473-4732 .
3 5 10 20 & larger $300/mo. Will consider sell .
ac. ac. ac. ac. ac. -
} .,. ,? After 5 P.M.
,. .. .. or trade. Call Of Major

; ., .;{.,;..;' THIS"PROPERTY .S'O 8E SOLO TO THE: ULTIMATE HlfiHMWDERSUjLOCATION (! ) -1 4734667.4tchg HOMES FOR 4/1 Keystone Heights EUotrie S.n'ne.ra.tor.' Appliances i




SAT R -APRll 10th 1 0:30: FOR Mobile SALE Home SALE lake Sales Geneva, $7,770 475.1720 La..Clay..'..jjjjj Counties 1.jrsl eej" iI I i


: Just West of Sampson River at Graham, Fla. 1 14X50

Look for the Ben Campen Auction Signs. Come wldes starting check all at 13995.of our Estimates Get Results

ONLY 15 Miles from Gainesville & 8 Miles from Starke -model.' and special prices
/> miles East of Keystoneon

_Hwy 100._4/1 tfnchg i-
BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE CUTE; 2 OK Cement block
.house, lake Access, AC/H,
carpets, drapes, appliances. Starke Ads



i # WIN UP TO $500000 % 3$38,000.Woodlawn ing.BI.1 BATH1.400 29300.. Flexible Call Drive Keystone 473-2735 Sq.Ft.financ CH/A on, TRUCKS CARS, TRUCKS CARS


Heights Realty Inc. Realtor
MLS 473-4961 JEEPS. CARS, PICKUPS from
CASH DRAWING I. 4/8 tlnchg 1966 CHEVY: .327 Corvette $35. Available at local
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engine, auto. trans., looks Gov't. auctions. For directory .
MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICA" good runs great. $950. call 805.687-6000. Ext.
473-2736. Itchg 4/8 1211. Call refundable. 3/25
1980 FORD PICKUP: with 4tchg 4/15 I
LEGION HALL. SR-21 topper .300, 6-cyl eng., 3 Itchg I
Saturday, 7 p.m. and Sundays speed overdirve. Excellent 1975 T-BIRD: AM/FM B track,
THE DRAWING WILL BE BY 2 to 5, Public In. condition call 782-3121 power seats, power locks,
vited.4/1 tfnchg after 6 p.m. Itpd 4/8 good condition. 7823690.
ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSt 1970 VW BEETLE: Runs good 3/18 I 2tchg 4/1
THE REIGNING MISS UNIV. OF FLA. Closed looks good, great gas

.. .,.. < mil.ag.AI. conditioner WANTED. .

_. -_ -:.-- ... _CYNTHIA., NUTTER ''' ppQ9J0ogtlRgL meetings! I; Monday! 8 p.m. needs repair. Must see toWdrl .., .. .
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P' F./.1sI9y.//
; Alonon. ; tbtctPhU'tJ'om. 4 tlf M 1t''V1)j h.w 3'
p.m. $1000. Call 431.1114 1 after GOOD PRICES PAID for used
All at

;; : p.m.Educational Church Building meetings 473-2790 Community or 5 p.m. 4/8 tfnBOATS MOBILE mobile 3/4 paid homes HOME or more.if mortgageis SALES OLIN'S


;:;t 475.2130.4/1 tfn chg. 9645606. Open 7 days

.oree Security By: Kendall Security Service "rSHT jr OVEREATERS dues, fees ANONYMOUSNo or weigh- weekly TFchg
AXLES S. TIRES: 2 axles + 4
F ins, open meetings Tuesday 15 FT LONE STAR BOAT 85
at ot' cep BEN CAMPEN AUCTIONEERS, INC. 7:30 p.m., St. Anne' hp. Evenrude motor You tires deliver We pickup$125. $100 Olin.;

1 'The No. 1 Real Estate Episcopal Church, trailer, new tires, runs Mobile Home Sales, Hwy.
\nitoc.\\ute Auction-Selling Company'
.\. Keystone Heights. Thursday,9.30 good. $1200, 964.5381 4/1 100 W Stark. 9645606.
Con 502 NW 16th Ave. : a.m.. Community Itchg TFchg '
tJ ((904)) 375-6600 State Bank of Stark. 24 FT MERCRUISER BOAT & CASH PAID for aluminum
Gainesville Fl. 32602 473-2790 or 9648587. 4/1
,
tfn chg. Trailer, call 964-7977, cans 21<*. Copper ,boss
Certified Auctioneers & Licensed Real Estate BrokerPUBLIC BINGOLions Club across Make Offer! 4/1 2tpd 4/8 and butteries A R Blocjt;1
office. 31 S. Afh SIX: Ma*.

El AUCTION i ; AUCTION I PUBLIC AUCTION I from Tuesdays high, Early school.Bird 7 BUSINESS.OPPORTUNITIES. cI.n'fD.ftorldal; Coil

p.m.; Regular 7t30- jr.m/ ; .. 7 ,! !(\ _1
Public Invited. 4/1 tin chg. WANTED 10BUYI. .Coins,
CHILD CARE gold and sterling silve4
2 Yrs andover a -
4 mile north U.S ,POSTAGE S7' MYSj J.R. Bullington, 964.62
Union County Ads '. Key.tone. Robin 473.3198 Own your own business. 3/18 tfn |
CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM
after 6 p.m. tlpd 4/8 National' ,oompon'd'Jin.m.dla'tely"
/. <1'1 a CANS: 21 cents, coppe .
brass, batteries. H S
distributor In this r.4'fo/
LOSTFOUNDLOST REAL PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT Quality Painting .service pre-estabNthed, accounts Block Office 31 S. 6th St

ESTATE: SERVICES Interior Exterior No selling. Macclenny Fl. Phon
OR STRAYED:3 black BeetleRuns Minimuminvestment 259.6 2.,3/25 )tfn .
1970 VW good, GALLON *
heifers, I horned; 1 jet LOOKING FOR a special CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES looks good. Excellent tires, and White SIZE Deutzla lIQUSTRUM SI.50. ONE or TWO BRMobile FREE Estimates. I $4995: Call TOLL I FREE! FENCED, PASTURE;' / irflllobl'
black 2 home. Clean $135. References- ;,1-800-833-224661 ground i 'with'' water.- Co I
: yellow/light piece of property If I Free estimate Local great gas mileage. Air Italian Cypress and $ISO. \, JJ2 I or '
creamhorned.. Two don't have it. I'll find it-Just distributes 'for completelywashable needs repair. Must see to Arizona Cypress S3 Playground basketball. Call Dave Hamilton? write"'S.E.I., lne7'8M 96.5958.U/rI 2lpd 4/8
old. I black 3 Save Near at 473.3919 Atlanta' Road, WANTED t to,..5 acr '
years cow. ask...JANE S. USHER, nationally appreciate this gem. Jerusalem thorn tree $10. money. prisons Cumming: ,
month old calf. Marked REALTOR 496-2126 or advertised Gardsette 1000. 431.II 14 after 5p.m. Bedding plants 10 and 25 O-l mill. Carpools. No Ga., 30130. 4/8. 2lpd. '4/15' suitable for.in! "'Qb.iexhom< .
t crop In right ear, upper 496-2903 eves., "Your S&W Enter TFN 4/8 chg. cents. dogs. 496-2366 mornings Classified Ads I Call 9613958.4/1 2tpd 4
and under bit In left Draperies. Contrary Mary'sGarden 4/8 TFN. MOBILE. Y I NEED A BABY SITTEpreferable .
ear. 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH I j
Union County Realtor tfn prises. Ed or loma SR 121 in Get Results '
Last seen March 16 with CB/BRICK HOMEi With extra Kingsley Lake
3/26. Stephen. 4962219.: LoCro.... Phone 4621561. HOMES
John Harrison's cows. H.S. large swimming pool, resident. Your home or
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE 5/1/80TFN. Closed Sunday and Mon '
Roberts 4963951. tpd 4/8. severalout mine 533.2908. 4/1 2tchg
landscaped yard FORSLE
NEEDSCall Venera Brown YARD SALESat. April 10 8 day. 2tchg 4/1 4/8.
496-3022: Sandy Haien a.m.-5p.m.Sll SW 12th St. buildings, with 2-5 12 X SS MOBILE HOMEFor 4/8
AAA 496-3994 eve or Gerrl Lennon Shaw's Addition. Hotpolnt acres, located on SR 18 sale. 2 bedroom 1 bath COMMUNITY 4 USED AIR CONDITIONERS:
4963140. Tiffin and near Worthington Springs,' MOBILE in good condition. 10 to
REAL ESTATE ,
refrigerator, typewriter Completely furnished '
Owens Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 Tupperware Item, owner finance Call 4962308. TFN chg. 4/8. .HOMES.. .Factory! ._.owned. _. ,'20M. BTUs.-Phone- 964.8382.11pd .
AGENCYPh. 496-362 after 7 TFN "ond. operated,. Single, I 4/8
Box 788. lake Butler, FL. children' clothes sixes 06. p.m. QUEEN BEDROOM Wldes
752-0577
tfn chg. 8/6. Mist household items. 4/8 2/4. SUITEw/shadow box mirror starting"or4$7995.
1.7 ACRESzLocoted, on llpd. 4 RENTAL HOMES, COMMERCIAL large chat and nightstand doublewides., 'starting"t at I : I
'OWNER FINANCING 3 SR-239 Fenced three BLDG. and property $13,995. US-301 N. Starke ti
on GARAGE SALESat. April 10 $52, bunk bed REALTOR SERVICE I
BR. 1 B on 2 acres. Extra sides, pole and on SR100. Commercial 964.8141.418) tfn. S
power sep 9 a.m.-S p.m. Everything! $100, double bed $60.
large rooms & many extras tic. Three bedroom, two Clothes, toy. furniture- site on SR121. dryer $12S, large office JANE S. USHER 100 AMP I It
on Sanderson Rd. bath central heat and air Home of Gerrl Lennon on C Beautiful lake front homeon desk used 3 month $150 llobllelIomesMoved '160.00 t '
*334 acre farm In Columbia concrete block home 239A between Hwy 121 large lots. Contact matching swivel choir $63 REALTORYour
200 AMP
;,T I, County. All equipment located off SR-121 toward and C :241.I For directionscall Farmers and Dealers Bank, ping pong table $60, color ,
II Included In this Raiford on approximately 496.3110.4/8 l Itpd. 4962101. TFN 3/18. TV $173, matching washer Union County Realtor I Local: or statewide} '250.00/ t i
package deal. Fenced three acre of land. 43 COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN and dryer S300-- Simmons 360 N. Main St. moves. Set-up & ..connections -] Call Anytime
1// cross fenced 2 homes, S acre of prime land on INSURANCEMAINES LAKE BUTLER: 3660 sq. ft. queen bed$150 I Sealy twin I done., Call?
metal tobacco barns. SR-24S in Providence area. at $15 a sq. ft. $54.900. Attractive bed $53. Serta King bed 496.2126 496.2903 I l'462.4587evenin 461-1117: WaldoJS

ji etc I I-7S frontage Northof Ha well, pump, tobacco INSURANCE AGENCY financing. I wantto $200. gas stove $100 FOR SALE
i SR II. and corn allotment move print shop to brown veloui1 sofa $200, 2H with
160 S. lake Ave., Lake acres_ attractive mobile home.
Owner will finance. of trailer park area, Ray <*ni4iiM3O Ig.
; We speclallie In FMHA All floral sofa $150, sofa and metal bldg. and Mary Kay'Cosmetics
Butler. 496-3978 Complete separate trailer site for
the above Union County. Powell 4963377. TFN chair $173. 755-2397 r.ntollncom..
: applications. Let us Providence 3 acre* with mobile
Call Maine Real Estate, Insurance Service. TFN 3/25. 4/8 1 tchg. home pool, cabana ext. Ig. open .
: assist you. Renltor, 496-3978 for JEEPS. CARS PICKUPS from born. SR-235, owner financing. '
more HANDY 11m"Truck Drl
MAN SPECIAL Louise irr
'I 1 Notary Service detail 4/1 48Classified WANTEDWANTEDW1II S3S. Available at localGov't VT7 lor* Hou.. Appro 3,000 ft. Starling'
Concrete sq. Financing
I Block 3 BR, 2 both I' Hwry Equipment
for Union available.
County'II'
Auction For Directory Located in town.
home located 'In country on Immediate occupancy. 473-3092 .Opmtm Ian liue/
John Longford Jr. call 805.681.6000 ext. ?9 Acrys, Attractive frame TMhM11MMt
home
Ads extra larg.lo'. Deep 4 Inch w/stone fireplace and Jves. & Weekends:
II' Realtor Associate pay cash for circle I MM
1136. Call refundable. 4tpd driveway. Situated in
well rolling scenic
landscaped. Ownerfinance area of Pro
I 494-3114 Get Results your used mobile home.Ray 3/2S4/1 4/84/15. vidence. L
Ii'j:. Powell, 4963377. 4/8 at 12 percent at 12 Financing available to qualified buyer. Has barn, \
tractor
and "
if- VINfltAftOWN ittYM t tOtEfIN1.tt TFN CHG. Classified Ads 4tchg percent.4/1 Phone 4/8 4/15 496-3929.8/22. 3 BR. 1 BA equipment.attractive home Ready in to town move on right approx.In. I acre. 15% 40%

II '''''H22'+' -*. ; I Ii Get Results Pasture' ll 40 and gcre wooded.Parcel I*. Providence area. Owner financed. On Your'Electrlc Bill

i ---- ..**. i\: .': _Grocery Store.. MH site w/.mall acreage Included. 100% Money Back'Guarantee II'SAVE

I t. Oenl L_ IM1MW1MIM.437777M I I HELP WANTED Owner. financing.Large I Jacksonville! .. 1-781-4233

I 149L$1'40 O.MNvIM. .... :., Large Acreage Apprnx..60-350 acres Suitable for cattle. ;

: .. SECRETARY or. planted pines. Financing available

i,I No F'T'HA.down Hotfttj payment available to qualified in, subdivision or countryside. Shop:& Compare!! .
buyer Coll office for
Lake Butler Clinic ttiYi'Compare
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more information. Special I Insurance"for
*SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE. 3 BR, 2 bath brick home en, : '
i S." acres, pecan and fruit trees, barn storage area, splltl, FOR RENT Mobile Home Parks "
r Ability to type a minimum of 35 correct words 3 BR 2 BA
minute. brick
I I rail fence. Call 414-3140 fee more details. per Organizationaland hnrtn. CHI A. W/W carpel drapes. "All
types'of homeowners My
I :1 I TO 7 ACRE LOTS en SR It and off C791.Owner flneiKIng. receptionist skills preferred. With interviews, typing and a. written $273. mo., first and last req.
:y test will be administered. 1 BR Trailer,, $110 mo., Water Included.; policies for Estimate

*3."i ACRES off 239 heavily wooded.' Nothing down. APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO: N w 3 BR. 2 BA rinubl wl t M.H. on one acre In country. mobile homes.. f SPRINKLER
good owner flnenelnll.I | BRADFORD-UNION GUIDANCE CONIC With river frontage. Call for Quote *
//I *S ACRES wooded. $2,200 105 N. Lake Lake WANTED 1,
per acre owner financing. Ave.. Butler, Fl. r Olln' Mobile SYSTEMS
I MEAT PROCESSING PLANT completely equipped with 1 (904) 496-2347 1..lelenliallot. close to town. <
,. f aR,2 both, furnished mobile home. 1,2 a 3 acre parcel close to town. Homo Sales I I Total Coverage
CONTACT PERSON
: Kerry Clifford Looking for a Special Piece of.
.j. _J 111. An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer Call. If I Don't Have it. I'll Flnd IL Property? Please- Elaine M. OUn, Agent Maintenance90A.3tU7872

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Carter's TV E HELP FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR RENT Q (
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Hwy 229>, Lawt. WANTEDLIVE SERVICES SERVICESTV ,- -

New & Used 530 CASE TRACTOR Heavy USED ALUMINUM PLATES: MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi C

Color TV's.Antennas. IN COMPANION for duty Industrial with loader 24x36", 25 cents aach. U. BATHTUBS REFINISHED: In REPAIRS Used TV' for mile from Stark. city
widow lady, light and grade-box. Excellent od In printing newspap.r.Gr.at your home. Guaranteed.Free sale. Guaranteed limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. /JrwiHear
housekeeping must drive. condition. $7500.00. for minor repair estimates. $79.95 9648903. 112 I E. Call St. 4/1 Call 4681323. 4/1 tfn 4 ;
Spec in receiving Call 9646113. 3/25 IfnRN' 473-4417., 1/14 tfn lobs. Bradford County 99.95 with sink. Ultra. 4/8 MOBILE HOMEI Two -
Channel's 30 A 47 3 RN positions HAYi Very good quality. for Tolograph 9646305. tfn. Glaze. 9648903. 3/1 I tfn ADD 2tpd A BEAUTIFUL DECK to bedrooms. No inside pets.Adults .; REALTY
782-3577 available, E.O.E., shift differential cattle and horses. Clifford CARPET NEW & USED Furnituro GOODMAN CAR WASH: only. Call 964.7619 ,
9 am 7 additional. Martin. phone 964-7143. & appliances.Plumb. and your homo. $5.50 per sq. or 964-8614. Itchg 4/1 "1). ...
,,
pm /3 tf" Wash wax vacuum ft. Includes treated lumber
benefits. For further Information 3/18 4tchg 4/8 fixtures and pip. MOBILE HOME: Extra Large IB
inside and out), $15. Corner
( and skilled labor. Call for
BAKER L.P. GAS. Family '
Bradford
contact BARGAIN CENTER US-301 2 bedroom on Griffis loop. PHONE 964-7776
SR-16 and 301 Signal .
.
owned and operated we 2/5 tfn estimates. Lawtey "uo
YARD SALE County Hospital. 964-6000 So., 964 6679. First last plus deposit. No
9648283. 2/4 tfn CECELIATERWILLEGAR
Ext. 141. 4/1 2tchg 4/8 strive to give belter prices DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN Station. 7823330. 4/8 tin pets Call 9648816. Itpd 205 N. Temple StarkeITS
RN FOR STATE AGENCY la and service, we solicite HOUSE 301 South. SEWING ft ALTERATIONS: VHEELS OF JAX.. INC. 48TWO ,
HOUSE OF BARGAINS: SeeIng work with children 40 hr. customers to own their 9646740. Wo buy and toll Dress making all custom Mobile Home towing BEDROOM MOBILE
I I. B.llevlngl 212 CallS per week, 1 yr. experienceIn tanks. W* sell or rent used furniture and op made, call 964-8074 blocking and anchoring.Call HOME: No Inside pets, INCREDIBLE
., 9 a.m. la 5:30 p.m. orthopedics pediatrics tanks and furnish plioncos. 8/13 tInRECONDITIONED anytime. 3/18 4t 4/8 1.398.6679 or 964-5889 adults only. Call 964-7619 WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
Yo'll come >.. ui al our or public health nursing. cylinders. 239-6810 TV'S: Colors AUTO REPAIR: road service. after 7 p.m. 4/1 5tpd 4/29 or 9648614. tchg 4/8
n.w location. 3/11 tfn $516 bi-weekly. Call Mrs. 782-3349.3/25 4tchg 4/15 starting at $100.00. pick up and delivery 24 DAVID'S COMPLETE ROF. SMALL TRAILER on Sampson LEISURELY LIVING Total privacy & complete serenity
$20 FREE MERCHANDISE: Gail Acree, ((904)377-4242) EUNICE'S NURSERY) Trade-in's welcome. Phone hours. Average I day ser FUR Family Hair Care.CutsPerms.SetsColors. Lake Access to boathouseand Handsome brick home completed Dec. 1980 opprox 2800
Economically priced ext. :208. Equal Employment Azaleas $1.50 gal. can. 9648212.: 6/11 tfn vice. 964-7553. 3/ lfnIILL'S 9 dock. Beautiful lot. .q. ft. with 8 acres. 3 BR 2 BA LR formal dining room
: |ewelry, beautiful home OpportunityAffirmative Roses, shrubbery. Located fiREWOOD White oak and SAW SHOP: Completesharpening AM 9 PM. daily except Call 964.6408.; or lake with chandelier spacious kitchen laundry & utility'
:: decor items for hosting a Action Employ.r. 2 miles north of lawtey on pine $5 per truckload; service circular Wed. & Sat., 9 AM to 6 PM. number, 9648416. Itpd rooms, screen porch with B.B Q pit. family room
Lady Lloyd party. Call 4/1 2tchg 4/8 US301. Look for signs Oak ......'.. $30 half cord. hand carbide, 371 W. Mocclenny Ave., 4/8 w/frplc.. fully insulated burglar alarm system, intercom
Chris. 964-6279. 4/1 4tchg EARN. EXTRA MONEY Earn, 7823972.: 4/1 tfn. Call Sunshine Acre*. chain mower blade hollow Macclenny. 259.6277. 4/8 FURNISHED: 2 BR apartment system water softner. carpet A drapes.
: 4/22 $15 to $20: a week for 2 BIRD DOGS: Father short 964-7699 or come out between ground and balanced. 527CUSTOM (upstairs) with dining room DOCTOR. LAWYER. MERCHANT. CHIEF We welcome the
:: BACK-YARD MOVING SALE) the hair German Mother and 2:30 8tpd
9:30
; hours work delivering : a.m. Jackson and kitchen. Carpet with
at Building discriminating. Beautiful brick set a lone
Leave WOODWORKING: on quiet near
: Furniture baby items, Lemmon pointer. $50 each. and we'll load for
Town & and 404 N.
Country Shopping p.m. stove refrig.
;: ladles 7823292.: Itchg 4/8 Supply In Starke. Keytsone Church benches, gun Starke Golf S Country Club. 3 BR. 2 BA unusually large
clothing sz. 8; Guide. No no 1/28 tfn
collecting; you. Cherry St. $185 per mo.
: ladies shoes EASTER BUNNIES: 4 weeks Heights or Lake Butler. cabinets kitchen cabinets family' room with cathedral ceiling & stone fireplace
sz. 5; lot. of bond required. Call Frank S.V GALV. ROOFING plus $100 security deposit.Call .
':: misc. Also have a Kimball Brady. 9043733121. 4/1 old. solid white and solid 64.20; 7'-$4.95; "'.$5.70; TFNchg china cabinets, bookshelves 9648944. Itchg 4/8 situated on two lovely wooded lots. paved circle

piano in excellent Condition Itpd gray.' 782-3292. Itchg 4/8 -$6.4S: 10S7.20: 1V-$7; ALCOHOLICS coffee tobies picnic NICE ROOMS FOR RENT: driveway.
'..: at reasonable price. EXPERIENCED Part-time FOR SALE: 1981 Escort Station *-5t, 12'-t.70. All .1... ANONYMOUS: Phone tables, All Special Colored TV and air, $40 per FEAST YOUR EYES REST YOUR SPIRIT Conoerly' Estates
Bethel Church Rd., yellow bookkeeper. Call Wagon fully loaded picked up. Jacksonville.We 964-5148 or 9647619. Orders. Call 964.5227B week and up. Wall to wall Excellent neighborhood brick contemporary on one landscaped
: block house. Saturday 964-8820. tfn $7300. Call Cheryl manufacture. Call toll TFchg 21pd /l5 carpet. Call 964.9992, ask acre 3/2: CH4A carpet. drapes 2 car carport
April 10. 106. Itchg 4/8 EXPERIENCED: Electrical 9648431. Itchg 4/8 free 18003422702. 4/1 SEWING MACHINES for Jan. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 paved driveway 2 ceiling fans. R26 in ceiling RI9 in walls.

FRI t SAT! April 10 & II. helper. Call 468-1119 250 YAMAHA DIRT BIKE.: 5tchg 429EUNICE'S REPAIRED: All makes FOR RENT FOR RENT: 2 BR house, Immaculate fireplace stove, ruIng' O/W cedar bookshelves,
Three families. Children to Hampton. 1 tchg 4/8 $200; Whirlpool trash compactor NURSERY cleaned oiled and ad. ref.. range, car. healthy drinking water $61,000
adult clothing. misc. items, HELP WANTED: Meadow 6 mos. old. $150, Tomatoet; hoi and bell justed. SI 5. Work port fenced front and backyard EXCITEMENT CAN BE YOURS Keystone/Geneva' lake
Rd. 100 W., 1/2 mi. 2 mi. Fresh Distributor needed Used lawn mower, $35; peppers; eggplant container guaranteed. James MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE $250 lease and Estates Contemporary energy efficient CB:stucco built
from Stark. City limits. phone 964-8291 after 5 Queen size hide-a-bed grown. $1.50 can. Strickland corner MorganRd. HOME PARK mobile homes security deposit required. 1978 3/2 living area approx. 1500 sq ft. fireplace
Itchg 4/8 p.m., Interview at Starke sofa rust and beige new Phone 782-3972: located 2 and Hwy 16. TFNchg and spaces for rent. 625 Pinewood Dr.. phone I located near recreational area with tennis courts.
APRIL 9 t 10: 9:30: a.m. til S Rec. Center Friday 7:30 condition paid $600. will miles north of Lawtey on CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install. Recreational vehicles 964.8073. 3/25 tfn Beautiful, wooded lot 100'x200'. $65.000 VA assum. mtgapprox .
301 South at Jo.Lu sell for $200; White single US-301. Look for 3/25 .
4/22
p.m. p.m. 4/8 3tchg sign. welcome. Phone 468 2912. .
ed. Free estimates. Handy. $38.000 at 8'/i% mo. pay.' $383.
like
Motel. Furniture, bedding MEDICAL TECHNICIAN with bed new. $75; Singer tfn
: machine incabinet Man Fence Co. 9648559. TFchg HOMESFOR FOR THOSE WHOSE SHIP HAS COME IN Truly' classic
lots of odds and ends. Florida License and sewing HOUSEKEEPING and .
used little CORNER GROUP covered in TFNpd 1281TYPEWRITER sleepIng brick on I I'/. acre corner lot in Connerly Estates with 2300sq.
Itchg 48SATURDAY Ex very TIand SALE
Laboratory -
general air.
a plaid good condition REPAIR Call room ft. paved driveway. fIreplace. large screened porch
:
$175; Used 1 110 btu air conditioner
70S St.
: W. Pratt perience. Excellent salary Underwood Motel 3 miles
Call $200. (Orlg. $600)); Model the Office Shop. 110 W. for Florida
$100. entertaining.
8 a.m. til 6 p.m. Multi- and fringe benefits. Apply' North of Starke on Hwy.
family sale. Itchg 4/8 at Bradford County 964-S194 after 5 p.m. 4/8 1897 Winchester 12 go. Call St., Stark. for details. 301. l0/9tfn LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, SUBURBAN ATMOSPHERE Keystone' brick on I acre.

PINE TREE INN: SR 100 E. just Hospital Personnel Office. 2tchg "/15ANTIQUES shotgun. Partially$300.nickel.Call 9645764. tfn 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM. 2 BA with large rooms. CHiA, 3/2. fireplace, attic fan ceiling, fan, elec garage
outside of city limits. 964-6000 Ext. 141. ../B : One pipe organ 964-7777.plated. Antique Itchg 4/8 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: dining room & kitchen. Fireplace. 12x20: screened door sprinkler system green house tool house, covered

Clothing. misc. items andvegetables. 2tchg 4/15 very old; dining room set, EASTER BUNNIES: Different Doors windows, etc central heat and air. In porch. Privacy garden. patio. disposal compactor. stove refrig., fully carpeted
Frl.. Sat.. and COSMETOLOGIST: Full or walnut; numerous piecesof colors. $3.50 each. Also JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Hampton. Phone 4681779. Many extras. One yr. old. assum. mortg. at 8'/.%
Sun., April 9-11. Itpd 4/8 part time. Contact Debra oak. For sale or trade. breeding and fryers. Call 9646078. Orders also ((1st months rent In advance. Assum. mortg. I 11 '/, ". BRIGHT t SUNNY FILLED WITH CUSTOM DETAILS Mobile
GARAGE SALEI! Fri. & Sat.. Norman. The Imagemaker 112 E. Call St. Starke. 4/8 7823068. M.D. Craps.. taken in Lake BUtler .))5/7 tfn after 5 PM. 4737059. 1/21 Home with 4 BR, 2 BA I Iocr., Hwy' 16 W.range. ref rig.
April 9 8 10. 7 am. til 6 9647100. Itchg 4/8 4tchg 4/29 Itpd 4/8 496-3079 and Keystone LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR 1 tfn O/W carpet & drapes only' 21500.
p.m. Double bed baby hi. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR SALE: New buildings at FOR SALE: 1 year old Ger. Heights. 4734973. 2/26 tfn BA on Crosby Lake. Par EXCLUSIVE LAKEWOOD: ATMOSPHERE OF QUIET DIGNITY CHARM Lake Butler
All
choir car seat pots pans for rout. ocrrlers factory. parts accounted man Shepherd female. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK tially furnished One yrs. Highly restricted lake and Mobile Home, 65'.24'on opprox. I acre. 17x36' custom
for. All structural
dishes, bedspreads, for Graham-Brooker- $50. 9646974. Itchg 4/8 SERVICE: Bradford County' lease $225 per mo. Weigel lake access lots. From built Catalina swimming pool. two blocks from hospital
linens carpets 12" B&W Starke areas. Must have steel carries full factory 150 FT. SEARS Chain Link residential pump-outs. Realty. Inc.. 2825201. 1/28 $8250. 1/4 down balance double oven relrig D/W 39500.
TV toaster, radio. fans 20 reliable transportation.Must guarantee. Buildings complete with We also drain tfn 10 12 Limited
Fencing $50. re-lay percent.
10.000 feet to the yrs. Realtor Assaclot.-Aft.r Hours
g. shotgun utility trailer post cash bond. Call square one single got.. $300. Cop.tam's lines. Phone 9648121. KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS number on private lane 964-6593
smallest 1.200 feet. E. Broker-Salesman
Douglas
and etc. 7 mi. S. of Stark. Gainesville Sun. 9648170. square excellent condi for rent at low. I Wayne'
Will bed 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL and park. Information on 468-1664
Must Immediately. Fred Sackert Broker-Salesman
on SR-100 on the left. HOUSEKEEPER 2 rates. Call Temple
: days a weekly'
$125. Call 964-5610. .
tion.
fre. Car Cleaning 1/2 mile West of .
Cloversettles PoultryFarm. week I to 5 p.m. Must sell cheap. Call toll Motel. 964-7357 2/18EOW property Lillian Pearson Broker-Salesman 964-53H
.
1tpd48THURSSAT have own car call 1-800-248-0065 or Service Cleaned MOBILE HOME: 2 bedroom Stark. on SRI00. Rep. onsite Novls Ward Broker-Salesman 964-7454
1-800-248-0321, Ext. 777. Join the lucrative washed glazed vacuumed Sundays. Sea Cloud Martha Dorka-782-3397
9 5.30
: a.m. to 9646539. 1 tchg 4/8 1 bath on one acre fenced Byron TerwUlegar-964-7776
p.m. 6 mi. from Stark. Itpd 48TWO.PIECE world of sanitized and garage storage shed $200 Realty', Owner-Realtor Ann Terwllleqar Nelson-47S-U77
toward Keystone Heightson MISCELLANEOUSPERSONAL Sectional couch MEADOWFRESHFARMS -deodorized. $7.OO, pick.up per mo. $100 deposit. Call 4546 El Mar Or!*., Ft. ----= ------ .-
SR100. Many' Items. ottoman and chair. Call and delivered or your 622-5620 after 5 p.m. 2/25 Lauderdale Flo.' 33308 MOUNTAINSHouse
NORTH CAROLINA
473-2736. tchg 4/8 : All members of 9646329. Itch; 4/8 Inc. place Call 9647226. ask tfn ((305)776-0390.) I Itchg 48Motorcycle
.'HELP OUR 8th GRADES earn the 1945 Bradford High KING SIZE BED: firm mattress for Dennis. 12/10 tin PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished on lake. 2 bedroom. I both. large rock
their way to Disneyworld.Bake Graduating Class contact and box springs, and build your FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS efficiencies and 1 fireplace custom kitchen Screened in 10x36 front

sales will b. held al R.F. Riggs, 904-964-7704 or $100; extra long sofa own future. BR apt,., weekly or monthly deck overlooking lake. Has 100 feet lake frontage
Bradford Square and 904-964-7731 or Mary $100. Call 19646669. This Is an unusual 144 W. Call St. NEW FURNISHED 1974 SSI FOUR HONDA Paved road frontage Immaculate beautiful setting
Starke Plaza. (Easter Ellen Wadsworth Andrews, I Itchg 48Classified opportunity for ambitious 964.7303 STUDIOS. 2313 N. TempleAve. Motorcycle. Runs good. Plenty of swimming booting and |lust ideal livIng.
them. will be used). April 904-376-7712 about Class Ads Open ., Slarke. 3/11 tIp 9/02 Asking $600. will 5950000. excellent terms,
10 9 AM tll.4 PM. Itpd 4/8 Reunion. 4/8 4tchg 4/29 Get Results men and T.W.iF. til 5:30 3 BR unfurnished house for negotiate.. Call 473-7156

women Interested in Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM rent 9646841. 3/25 tf after 6 p.m. and anytime large trout stream. 6.55 acres all pasture land fenced

Photographer earning extra income. Sot. 9 AM til 3 PM FOR RENT Lovely' room. weekends. 4/8 tfn has a small stream on one side. and bordered by' a
SALESPERSON NEEDED private both reasonablerent. swift back. Located on
Equal or double AppointmentsNot large flowing trout stream on
your 1979 KAWASKI 750: 3500
Call Joe Sapp Several openings in Bradford Coun present income. Start Always Necessary 9646035. 4/1 4tchg miles excellent condition state paved road plenty of room for cattle horses
1 BR APARTMENT A/C & TV.
and several houses. Owner said sell only $22,500 00.
1/7 tfnPAINTING
ty. Company car possible after two $1700. Negotiable. Call
at 964-8149 part-time. remodeling all utilities ideal for couple 'pay $5000.00 down assume loan.
468-2642. between 5-10
weeks training. Jacksonville. Contact Mr. Hauler- or gentlemen
new additions to patio call p.m.. daily., Itpd 4/8
After 6:00 964 6806. tchg 4V1
pm 17814233. ion, 9 a.m. Saturday. 964-5854 day or night. 544 Highway' frontage 1 1.54 acres located on Hwy. 60. long
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for
Room 131 or 130, Hoi! W. Call St. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto Classified Ads hwy.' frontage, dandly building site, good for businessor
house. Priced right 01 $85000.00 only $2000.00 down
day Inn. prison. Call 448-1323. Get ResultsLIMEROCK
: HELP WANTED 4 makes you the owner.
-
J> SECRETARY / These are a few of over 2000 'listings. We have all
tf
5oy ( j %me1c cx/ S'lr.uhn types of property from $500 00 per ocr. and up. We
/- d T dJ have small tracts, we also have several cabins
Starke Clinic) I
,' ( DRAIN ROCK Realtor houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today for a free

in I GRAVEL ROCK Compare My I listing brochure. You con call free by dialing

Ability' type'a minimum of 60 correct words per minute required. EstimateSPRINKLER I 904-782-3931 1-800-438-7421 Write or call today.CENTURY .

,.i Organizational skills and ability to take dictation preferred. With Interviews BUILDING SANDS 21

o typing and a written test will be administered. I I 3 BR 3 BA MOBILE/ HOME on 5 oc. Screened porch, utility
.UI This is a temporary position for approximately 6 months with a possible C A-1 TOP SOIL sh.d and born. $30,000 terms. $26.500 cosh.IN Cherokee Land Company

mt xterition of 4 additional months. ANY AMOUNT I SYSTEMS I COUNTRY on a oe. 3 Bff. I'/t BA. ,..".cf garden space. Murphy. North Carolina 28906
<<.,oo.
TO: $
,4tc APPLY IMMEDIATELY
IT: BRADFORD-UNION GUIDANCE CLINIC PH. 782-3172 I Total I Coverage COMM. lOT and bv/ld. w/2400., ft. 12000.
Maintenance SOMETHiNG/ DIFFERENT In a homo In Strawberry. Acres.
321 W. Madison St. P.O. Box 399 Allen E. Taylor I You ewe It to yaurielr' fa look. S/W/ Muffler & Discount PartsIIII

Starke Florida 904-384-7872 CLOSE TO HOSPITAL On. acre homciife $6.000.
((904) 964-8382 3 Bit HOME. 25000. 53.000 down. 12. Mr. 15 ",..

'CONTACT PERSON: Nancy LukeAn INcOuNTRY6Ac.IO.500lOAc.$23.000:30AC21,000.
"We Pickup. Butcher. Chill. Cut jnd Wrap" lot lawfey. area. $2,300
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer NICE 3 Bit.home en lovely free-shaded for. $31,500.
,liiii""r MOBILE HOME SITE, 10 Ac., barn and mo,..
[ ] 1.77 ACRES WITH lovely SOLD mobile hem CH4A on-

1971 DODGE MAGNUM XE-VI, A/C. Auto. Tron., .' 'y 33000.

SECURITY S-Controle, I-Wlndow nice. |lust $2.100.Everyone's 99 Qt. No Limit 9645677New
It77 PLY. VOIAH PREMIER WAGON. A/C. Auto. HAR RKET P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. lAWTf/ 32054

Tram., E-Wlndows. S-Controla, Ilk. now |lust $1,550.
Concern VOIKSWAGON IAIIIT. Foal lnctlon.| A/C. From the Pen to the Pan

Burglary 'IS big" bu>lne... It 4-spd Trans.. AM/FM Stereo w/topa. ..Ic., |lust We make It Easier (for You FROM A VACATION INFLATION I Listing-Brick. 3 BR'.. 2 baths fireplace central ._

U so big. that If II were not II. 13. 00.1t7l Life looks hear S air $56.000.R.duc.d W0I!
brighter when I
lead would vnl to buy GMC FUTRK. Auto. Trent.. $350. 1 I Grand older home In quite neighborhood it
lack you In II or enter the trade mi FORD PlITRK with camper sleeps 5, toll 216 E. Washington St. Open Monday Saturday you have a second in-I i has 4 BR'* A 2 Full baths, beautiful corner lot $43,900. Drilling:

yourself, according la INeNational contained, A/C, ..Ie.. SI,500. I Starke Florida 32091 964- 725 come selling Avon Calli New lilting-Secluded 2 BR home garage nice yard.' . . . . .
Crime Survey .pancored 1979 CHEV. CHEVETTE. Auto. Iran.. A/C. AMFMStereo 475-2467, Mildred I-lenkle.1 very private. $24.500.: 2" thru 6"

by the U.S. Juillce Department. nlco, $3..00. Handy Man*} BR frame home, corner lot. new price
If this rate p. IEMANS Sport Coup. nice, 2500. Fast Rotary
PONTIAC
177
.1.1.household! dm0.1' will .be..r> ,burglerlied U.S.- 177 FORD MUSTANG. 4-Cyl., Auto. Tron. A/C Bradford I Register Oil & Gas II $11.500.Hamptan-3 I BR s, living RM. dining RM. IOO'x2OO': lot. Drilling Equip.

In ISIS neat decade AM/FM Stereo Ilk. now, 3100. Ran aI. |lust listed at $22,500. Slate Licensed

III. no wonder then that I'" JEEPSTER COMMANDO. 4 WD. 1000. I i 308 S. Thompson Street Huge Lei with a sturdy 2 BR block home walk to . . . .
Auto. Troni.. U.S. 301 NorthStartu J
many homeowner are *., 171 CHEV. MONTI CARLO V-4, A/C. 32500.

Io..Iycon.ldetluig.IeCSrOflIc. low Mileage, JSO. 't1.'Vlt ... 964-5888 Just everything Llsled-this 3 bedroom 2 bath home located on a Pumps

die alarm. levees protection.that most C... bur.!.* NORRIS .-.'964-880 1 (e) II nice corner lot. Central heat S air 35000. . . . ..

glar* are scared off by ,.. Tier Ii II Sampson Lake-Mobil. Home. boat slip t a beautiful New & Used

; ...r. preeenc ttf aa alarmyetem. AUTO SALES Ladder view 17000. Salesparts'ServiceEZTerms
Ikey attack unprotected Tables 1 Six Acres-fenced line property |lust listed 16000.
homes live la sic Between lake Butler Stark. Chair Fish Cookers Grills ..
:. time mar often than electronically SR 100, Mowers I We have several new listings come end see) . . . . ;
: Lake Butlor Florida C lawn Mower
'. cured one.. ac. Small, f nglne Repairs Lubricating Oils Solvent .. Tires ii NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES INC. REALTORU.S. Plumbing
cording to police studies Incarsdale. 496.3900 L
:: new York and Ik. Chain Saws Sharpened LP Gas Fuels Batteries . . . . .
.::.: Fortland. Oregon area. and WeldIngSuzuki 301 South near Bradford Square New Installation
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:i some .people In the alarm Industry 964-5231 Remodeling Repairs
who are ant la lake . '.' . . .
advantage .f ,ha ..xloo .. STROUT REALTY I
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night **.rtr* are I. Ik* -. terrain Champion' Broker of Starke . . . . .
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sad Ik. unwary customer Pho9..310r U.S. 301 S., Starke.. 9646020Portable :
t .k.buy ...*. k*...11.>**lab vanlng' "73-309' SUPPLY

.:. Hro.* a_bargain. ends u* balng .n I'BR 1 bath.on 4H oc. I In2 BR.1 BA from.on 1/2 I Gars'f COMPANY II

: HILL SECURITY .... Priced right. remodellawtey 25500. good terms.In town. 118.s:, AMERICA'S NUMBER ... .. . . . ;

::: SERVICE I Just $3.0OO down and move list with US end SILL buyer1 0 TOP SELLER, 864 JV.Temple
: 1520 S. Walnut 1 I". ell oxro** America] woitIn4 12X24 Wired $2608 Ave.
: Stark Fl. 1 IIHom. lta In W oldo, far YOUR _...1 Treated Floor I CENTURY 21
: 964-51149 6o' 7S', walk to everything Cetelogu Cell + Tax elvsi .>niiirv.t K.'*l fcMutrC'iiriMiriiiMintiMintMrt'fiir ihr NAKiruftrfiiMli Starttf, Fl.
: I_$1500- with $500 down. Now Hit end Sole LII 20 YEAR !i and rn ; *<>t
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Champion...
The Contestants and the Pig Peddler...
: Frank Sheffield Jr. and buyer Fred Mueller of Alligator Creek Ranch
pose with the reserve champion pig. Mueller paid 15.41 per pound for the Must of the 48 contestants in the sw ine contest post with auctioneer Angelet- Buyer Fred Mueller of Alligator Creek Ranch at left in hat,bought 18 of the
Spot hog.Swine. ta lluymons, who was wearing a hat tabled 1'ig Peddler" 48 pigs.' The sale wouldn't have been possible without Mueller

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Randy Alvarez- FFA, 218, $1.60,
for college (at the Florida Bank at and to take Mom and Dad out to din some clothes and to have some money Jason misses Big Red, said Mrs. ever had from one buyer, Carver $351, Farmers & Dealers Bank of
Starke, of course), to pay his parents ner because they've taken him so for fun, which he plans to share with Smith, but is getting over it now. says. Publix Supermarkets also Lake Butler.
back for buying the feed for Big Red, many times. He also wants to buy his younger brother, Zack, 5. Jason and Zack hugged Big Red good- bought several hogs. Sherri Gaskins- 4-H, 190, $1.69,
L.. .".. ., .. .." .... ". .. ,.. bye, and both cried, she noted. The Madison Live[ Stock Yards $321, Ronnie Newman. _
! '' l 1 11_ .J''',}!':. Jason is the grandson of Mr. and bought all resale pigs, from buyers
Amy Tison- 4-H, 210, $1.54, $323,
Mrs. D.S. Alvarez of Bradford County who didn't want their animal, at.5425
and David B. Smith, Sr. of Madison per pound. The buyer would then pay Florida Bank at Starke.
Susan Peugh-4-H, 2211.5330; ,
County, a retired agriculture the difference between .5425 per
teachers. Jason's day, Harvey, is the pound and his bid price. Alligator Creek Ranch.
Donna Moody- 4-ll, 196, $1.88,
li brother of vo-tech administratorDavid Each contestant, the results of the
: Smith. sale, and buyer of each hog is listed $368, Alligator Creek Ranch.
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Dobbs- FFA, 210, $1.62.
i Jason is a member of the Sunshine below: Roger
; w Clover 4-H Club .of which Elaine Belinda Melson- Bradford 4-H, the $340, Community State Bank of
Parleton is coordinator. hog weighed 202 pounds,brought$3.01 Starke.
Mike Rourke- B 4-H,21.59354,
The total swine auction brought per pound, and was bought by
Creek Ranch.
, $19,934, of$1.97 Alligator Creek Ranch. Alligator
an average per pound.
j Ul S. Z' it9 i .' K 6, Add-ons boosted the total$26,405,or Annette Balkcom- 4-H, 210, $2.30, Randy Balkcom- 4-H, 192, $1.86,
f, e $357, Alligator Creek Ranch.
k $2.61 pound, according to Warren $483, Publix.
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Carver, treasurer of the Swine Producers Alecia Sheffield- 4-lI, 223, $2.75, Joey Lloyd- FFA, 210, $1.57,$330,
Association. $613, Alligator Creek Ranch. Publix.
4 H, 199 $1.93, Yancey Miller- FFA, 223, $1.50,
The 48 pigs were left after some 73 Chris Redding- ,
were graded. A hog had to graded a $384, Sunny's Real Pit B-B-Q. $334, Alligator Creek Ranch.
number one and weight at least 190 Skipper (Crews- 4-H, 184, $1.67, Anthony Luke- B FFA,. 196, $1.59,.
pounds.Fred. $307, Publix.
y. Mueller bought 18 hogs at the Tommy Balkcom, B 4-H, 206, $2.14, See; "Sicine" 1'g. 411
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