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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Another 4.90 Inches of rain during the past week brought the total average. SUCTION ,i'1wolectlona I J l'

in Bradford County since January 1 to 16.55 Inches. .. N.'j.; ; ; .':. .._ 1-2
County Agent Bob Taylor reports strawberry plants looking good despite Idltortai ".1 .". W.a.pr.Ppa.2" :
the excess moisture. Bushes are loaded,with fruit and bloom and a heavy loci..... .... . . .....'.4.C
harvest is expected within two to three weeks. That depends, however, on Iport., ., . . .P.s.. lf-t2 i J 1JE /
the rain letting up enough BO the berries don't rot and sunburn. F
Spring was ushered In with a surprise return to unseasonably cold..' SUCTION Ii r' S$
temperatures \ringing low readings of 37 degrees Tuesday and Wedesday
obtw.rt..P.a. a The Sweetest Stra
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mornings CI..lfled. . . .r..9 ,f Side of Heaven104th
highs temperatures are predicted for the weekend with lows in the 40a and, 'New.Id.P.s.7 S,

in the 60s, with possibility showers Saturday and Sunday t..I.. . . .,... II r'1hr Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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A drastic change In building' patterns In Bradford evidence" states that "two to four feet of dry soil below
County appears Inevitable under new state regulations the bottom of the drainfield is necessary to remove
Increasing the acceptable water table, as measured during pollutants from septic tank effluents."
the wettest season of the year, from two feet below
ground surface to four feet for the construction of septic HRS Official Stresses Need
lank. For Protection of Ground WaterIn
Since the water table In Bradford durIng
average County -
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explanation of the denial Dr. Howell said
the "wettest season" Is to Inches below
only 6 12 the "Florida's
population continues to increase at
surface, this that most tanks and drams a
means septic phenomenal rate. Over 40 percent of the population is
i fields must be elevated from 3 to 3Vfc feet
anywhere
being served by septic tank which
systems
1id; ,above grade level to maintain the required 48 Inches of large volumes of partially treated sewage into discharge the soil.:
._,filter space between drainfield and water table. This 48
.',. ) Eventually, septic tank effluent reaches ground or surface
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( Inches must be free of "unsatisfactory soils" such as
Yfr V waters. There is pn increasing awareness on the
clay
4 or muck. part of local, state and federal officials, as well as the
"We have lots of upset people says Daryl O'Neal
general public, that we must protect our ground water
Bradford County's environmental health director. "Of with all available because
\ resources we are depen-
very
c|the 28 septic tank applications handled by our office dent
: on groundwater supplies for our drinking water and
since the new regulations became effective here on for our continued existence."
eP" r 1,17.. r L February t.- only one Installation has been completed. Following receipt of this letter, the Health Department -
Most of the others have Indicated they cannot comply
Implemented new Chapter 10D-6 rules effective
f ;f' ) with these regulations on their present building site. February 1.

,'i. 'Bradford lilt Harder by New Rules Full impact of the new regulations is just now being

,. *., Than Other Florida CountiesThe realized by Bradford property owners and developers.
a. Building permits cannot be Issued by the Zoning Office
m t tF te new water table requirements will have a greater until the septic tank permit number is assigned by the
I ,v ; 4 ('Impact on Bradford than other Florida counties since an Health Department. At that time the Health Depart-
|exception was granted by the state' in 1979 allowing ment will stipulate the amount of fill dirt required to br-
[Bradford to operate under a two-foot water table requirement ing the septic tank drainfield up to specifications, and
.rather than the three-foot table in effect will also set the stub-out elevation.The burden will then
statewide at that time. The county will now lose this one- be on the property owner to comply. If he fails to elevate
foot advantage, plus another foot tacked on by the new his house or commercial building enough to operate the
septic tank properly with gravity flow, he must install
'law.The exception was granted at the request of Bradford lift mechanism. Proper installation of the septic tank is,
County Commissioners who felt the three-foot requirement a prerequisite to obtaining a permit for electrical
;' was excessive for Bradford County and appealed hookup from the utility company.

';to HRS (Health &Rehabilitative Services) officials In Septic Tanks Without Elevation
'Tallahassee for relief. The argument was made that Possible Only in Two Areas
almost: all homes" in rural Bradford County are con-
'structed on one-acre (tor larger), parcels with a consequent "The only places in the county where septic tanks
; low density of septic tanks. could be installed without fill would be in areas near
.1" ,On Sept, 17. 1979 .Dr. James Howell, HRS deputy' Keystone Heights and Brooker" O'Neal said yesterday.
I ,.''secretary, following;, a conference with Rep. Frank. "The average property owner can now expect, when
F jl Williams' speaking for the County Commission, notified! building a home or setting up a mobile home to raise the
5qs 'r,U pBradfordOattlleaWr Be artmeYit that Bradford,",- elevation considerably to accommodate the additional
.iTUS Jbeen granted an-ejceptwm from the'mrXsfoot water";"'V. till Hrti-The average cost t* increasing-the floor-eleva- 1
j : + Uble,, requirement! to a two-foot water table' require- ."' lion ir estimated by Hm local builders at $ ,/JOO or .c
: menu. more. This, plus additional cost of an elevated drainfield i
'1 &if and possibly a lift unit where needed, could increase the
Variance Rescinded; Full Compliance cost to a home builder as much as S4ooo to $5,000.
With 4-ft. Water Table OrderedIn O'Neal said the mound-type dramfields, where need-

December 1982, however, O'Neal was notified by ed, would require a large amount of fill dirt and might
HRS that the two-foot exception for Bradford had been detract from the appearance of homes and grounds
rescinded and that full compliance with the new four- where used. Based on the average permit issued by his
foot rule should be enforced immediately.. office in recent weeks O'Neal said these elevated drain-
I, .' In a letter to the County Commission, dated Dec. 21, fields might require an 18 x 60 foot area which would include -,
1982, O'Neal said, "As you know, the majority of land In a 12-foot wide sloping berm bordering the entire
I Bradford County Is low, and the typical seasonal high Structure.
water table of the county Is between 12 and 18 inches Local builders predict that the difficulties and extra
expense of septic tanks under the new rules could causea
Berry Nice. below the surface The new requirement would
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trend from home-building in the rural of >
necessitate additional of 30 to 36 Inches appropriately. away areas \
to be applied In the area of the tank (fralnfield the counties back to incorporated areas offering J
Bradford's beautiful Strawberry Queen. fruit and bloom, Buddy Norman says if the prior to Installation of a system were such a water municipal sewer systems. Eighty percent of Bradford < \

Cathy Norman gets ,a 'big, Juicy Douglas rain doesn't stop very shortly there will be no table was found." County homes for now variances use septic from tanks the O'Neal said.
from her Uncle Norman. Efforts were then made to have the two-foot water Requests new regulations may
r berry Buddy strawberry .
crop. ; be
I" table extended in Bradford the made to a state variance board which is authorized to :
Queen< Cathy who will crown' her' sueThe Queen is for exception County on minor deviations from established i
Strawberry. Pageant set 8 basis of records showing that 585 septic tanks had been grant standards on
cessor this below (see Strawberry.. p.m. Saturday'ru ht.March_ 265\ in the Brad- installed in the county since Sept. I, 1979 with no failures an individual basis. However, the variance board cannot
Pageant story grew up in a ford High auditorium.' v',\. reported due to high water tables. grant exceptions to rules governing water tables,

strawberry patch, and is right at home there.. See Page 2A for information about the The extension was denied however, In a letter from streams flooding, canals conditions etc., or distances from wells, lakes,
Dr. Howell dated Jan. 14, 1983, stating that Bradford
With his 25 acres of strawberries of pageant's 14 hopefuls. Additional information the
}; I County must comply with the new regulations despite on new septic tank regulations
the 3Vt year variance it had enjoyed.In may be obtained from O'Neal's office on North
Church Street In Starke.
I said all "evaluated scientific
I this letter Dr. Howell
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M'i 14 New :Obiectives, Under Consideration. bv Chamber Commerce i I

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Fourths new objectives for 1963 Provide a professional appearance Increase membership by 30 percent Steakhouse, Hardees, Bradford blned resolution of the city, county, Task Force for prospects. Presidentto
are puipoud for the Starke-Bradford and positive outlook. Support ,the during 1983,' to be converted to Hospital.and Captain D's over the school board and Chamber express- appoint members of the Board to
County Chamber of appointed an secretary in the cleanup-paintup' .two percent per month for the months coming year, another Idea of .President Ing this unified effort and. common smaller Task Force along with
Objectives Committee by. campaign of the office. Order new remaining. Chamber members will Dallas Mayo. goals. Have a member of the members of the business communityto
new President aomething'f stationery and envelopes for the. be. assigned to visit prospective, The proposals are; Chamber of Commerce meet with the work on individual prospects
fWe need to do said Chamber, 'members, City Commission and County Com
g Chamber: Board Director J.E. '. .,Work toward more Involvement of mission on a regular basis. Invite .Develop and maintain a prospectlist
1 Tomlinson president of the Florida Erect and/or repair I the"county The 10 remaining proposals are the total officials and community those two bodies and the school boardto and keep the names on the list un. +..
Bank at Starke, as chairman of the .signs at the county line on.US-301: ,and under consideration and will be considered toward a common goal of improving appoint a member to a steering ill It Is obvious that there Is absolutely
I Objective Committee In presenting SR-100. at an a a.m. April 14 meetingat Bradford County and attracting new :committee to have meetings to try no hope of a prospect coming to Brad-
. j 14 proposals to the Board of Governors : 'McDonalds. .The governors. businesses., Get the City Council, and find ways to help each other. ford County. Report to the Board of
"' at a March 3 meeting. Erect and/or repair the Chamber adopted a''schedule to meet at Board of County Commissioners. Have a "Chamber: of Commerce Governors at every meeting any con-
y! 1 Four of the 14 measures were signs, the one with the Chamber sign McDonalds, Starke Uniform the School Board' Chamber of Commerce Day.". tacts with those formerly on the list

adopted at the March 3 meeting.They. and club signs on it,.on US-301 and Garden Restaurant, Riverside Development Authority, and Chamber.... P.2A)
are.: 'SR-100. Uniform Rentals Western1' Steer local businesses unified., Get a com .Board of Governors, operate a* a see

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,been County authorized.Judge'by George Judge pierce Benjamin has *.'\ ':Was tickled, ,to' death.."

if Tench, chief judge 'over' the 8th .I r .
Judicial Circuit to preside over Cir' --Clerk"Gib Brown

tL ,cult Court matters from Marcb Iff (Buzzy) Green Jr.-or Circuit'Judge ,"Mudge'iencl ill order give

!I f k through Dec:M. 1983., ;Elzle Sanders,1.other than to give Judge Pierce authority "...to hear,
I :.""I was tickle to>> death when t saw Judge Pierce some experience on the 'conduct,. try and determine causes
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t.,.. THUIIID I LL4r.LJ i_',.-,i.. Ii .'lust said County"Clerk Gib Brown of circuit bench.,, '; ,which shall be presented to him as acting -
', CLAY IIICTMC CO-OP ,Judge: Tench* 'order- which, was, Both officials 'are 'most happy to Judge of Circuit Court, Bradford
i r? ,ANNUAL MISTING! received by the clerk's office in Monday .have someone local to handle matters :County,. Florida, and thereafter to
I t A.M., ?/, morning's': mail. ; Brown' immediately which come up after hours or on days 'dispose: of all matters considered 1 by
j', 4 1Clef Il.crrto, c.p.: "'..f fCe.erd called Sheriff Dolph: Reddish when the Judge assigned to Bradford him!? The order vests Judge Pierce
I !' ,< .........' who;"was: ,tickled' too,'r Brown''said. : County does rot come over. Instance with all powers and prerogatives conferred -
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"..,' -- :, when t i i. > local j "help out by the Constitution and laws of
'. MMK>ROnMN9In ,Both ther Bountytlerk''giid, sheriff(, ,lawmen is being able for tint appearances the State Florida upon a Judge of
I ONk.,Lscbe'A ,'have bean trying; to have a resident 01.those J charmed with (the court to which he is assigned ? kfr
A 1 ,II nlooa. .' t. circuit Judge aafiguod to the county criminal acts; or...in settlnaondB on ; Judge John Crews, the circuit judge'
Ihdtl.a! m.*ialfi< Chimb! Brown dMcn't know why Chief Judge defendants.' ." ,currently .assigned here baa also
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.i '.' Tench chose to name J nriair Pierce'rather : "W think this I I.a )step In the rlght Ii"_ Judge Pierce 'authority to px- ,, +
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Saturday. a funds ., ....,,. Clay Co-op.... .,. ':'' ','t .'
j, '' ; Tanllc'Tr.inil...:i t J' Back*' "hln' R.lI.fi... Efforts Rewarded.
......,w., aft a ref. : iI; The electricCoop.ratlve |1s I\. ..
fnwn* .. ... --- .' : :having It*, _4th, annual, \ bottle' tali or* fired A researcher at the Unlver-' Bradford High Scboo/athletes and cheerleader were honored at'another

"I .. March 24 andover :forth. firth, time'at,the. I Irtno;', .ihof:: Florida discover ,anew All Sports Club banquet !last week at the Sttrke Golf Country Club.,
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4uafadMesF' Here wrestler Michael McDuffle accept a handful.! trophies from coach
ronpe ar Camp > !ndlD9' ;t cure for lower back pain
: I C ZONING OAO. 3,000 members: and!= ; .. Dick. RwutilU ,
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Twelve expert spellers 'from six Rowe of Stark and Jerry Rowe, was' ,
county schools made their way to the .the champ at Bradford Middle School. ,
county spelling bee at the Bradford Jennifer. Wheeler' daughter; of.Mr I
County School Board office on N. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler of Starke, ,was.

Temple March 24)Ave.. today, (Thursday, 'runner-up Stephanie; King' daughter of Mr. ........ ,,.. ... n .' .. --........- '-,-" ... ...- ,---...... -- ..- ,,--

,and Mrs. George King was the victorof Episcopalians Flock to Church for Bishop's Visit.,,. : '. .' ,'" I 1' 1"
The winner and the runner-up from the Lawtey Elementary spelling "
the county bee will represent Bradford bee and David Shine son of Mr. and St.Mark'. Episcopal Church In Starke overflowed Sunday March 13. withthe Father Arthut Lee. Walnwrlttht, Bishop,fcerveny. Eric
County in the regional spelling Mrs. William J. Shine will go to the visit bishop Frank Cerveny as members were baptised confirmed,or Second row- Prlrllla Tanner Mlnou Erie Sanders
bee. bee the (.reaffirmed their baptismal tow*. Ronald Noegel Jennifer Brown: Keith illlngham.
The competition is sponsored by county as Lawtey runner-up. Carlisle and John PapfM -
the Florida Times-Union. Alison Farnsworth daughter of The group taking vows Included those above (l-r): Tana Rigby,Nancy Grider Cindy Winkler.Marlisle '
Donnie Francis, ion of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Pat., Farnesworth of First row-Gilbert Nelion./ Dennis dimming. Jody Brown, Adam Erdman, ", i,*,vff, ',
Mrs. Charles Francis of Starke, was ,Starke. won the Southslde Elementary Yvonne lobe Paul Sanders Jason IIrn_ Bart Neighbors, AI Carlisle, and '
the winner of the Starke Elementary, spelling bee. Eva Hodge,
_ spelling bee and Chrystal Allen daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Marion '
of Mrs. Margaret Allen of Hodge of Starke. will go to the county
Stare, was the runner-up. bee as runner-up from South lde. I
Cassandra Fisher, daughter of Mrl Robbie Cray, son of Mr. and Mrs. New Strawberry Queen Named SaturdayOnly : :
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and Mrs. Alvin Fisher of Hampton, Bobby Gray was Brook Elemen- .. .
was number one at the Hampton tary's number: one speller and .... --
Elementary spelling bee and Robert Patricia Bath daughter of Mr. and one of 14 hopeful young ladies the Medical Respiratory program the
Moorehead<< son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mrs. Mickey Bath,was the runner-up. will have the honor of being named Santa Fe Community College, Is Sale I
Martin of Hampton: was runner-up.. Both will compete against the other 10 the 1963 Strawberry Queen of Brad- daughter of Mrs. Joan Cl tty of Aclvnnce Fair Tickets.. On
Jonathan Rowe son of Mrs. Cathy spellers at"the county bee. ford County, this Saturday night, Starke and the late Randal F. Chitty. --- >, ,* 'Vs
March: 26-ln the 20th annual pageant Miss Chitty Is sponsored by the Advance tickets were reported last open on Saturday from 8 a.m. tit U
which will i start at 8 p.m. in the Brad- Western Steer Steakbouse. week as being on sale. However, that noon for your convenience;

:'ord High School auditori! R' Diana Crawford,.17, Is a senior at was not the case. Beginning today, Fair Manager Bill Wilson says he
The contest actually begins at 1 Bradford High and is the daughter of Thursday. March 24, tickets for the has ordered $30 000 worth of tickets
).m. Saturday when the contestants Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford of Bradford County Fair will go on sale and has convinced, the i midway-
at the Chamber of Commerce office that one ticket willbe admittance
Degin their interviews with the five Starke. Miss Crawford Is sponsoredby ,manager ,
{ R and at all county schools. Price of the to ride.
fudges, whose identity will,remain the Florida Bank at Starke, tickets will be 3 for$1. Price of tickets any '


secret until after the contest Sharon Griffis. 11, Is a junior at 'on, the midway of the Fair will be 75 The Fair runs this year April 6-9. It
Contestants will model.in street BHS and is the daughter of Mr. and cents. > was moved back one week so it will
clothes, formal wear and swimwear Mrs. Clifton Griffis of the Griffis Loop The Chamber office will also be ,run after EasterMichelle .
at the pageant.There will be no talent
area. Miss Griffis Is sponsored by
competition.Five finalists will be selected and Diane's Beauty Shop of Starke.

,each will be asked one question ran- Mann 1s sponsored by Hendry's, Stilwell 17; Is a junior at
domly selected by the contestant* In' :BUS Angela and Folsom is the ,daughter 17, Is a Junior of Mrs.at Upholstry.; BHS and is the daughter of Mr. and
the final judging.A second runner-ifo, Mrs. Lluyd Stilwell, Jr. of Brooker,
i Phyllis Folsom and Clifton Folsom of Roberts 17 is senior at Miss
first runner-up and finalist will be Paige a' Stilwell is sponsored by
selected. Starke. Miss Folsom is sponsored by BHS and is the daughter of Mr. and Alligator Creek Ranch. .
'Doors will open for admission at'7 Carl Hurst's Shell Service Station Mrs. D.C. Roberts of Starke. Miss

Robbie Gray Patricia Bath p.m. .\-' I'i\( /' Roberts is sponsored by Leila's Dress Melissa Winkler 19, is a
-Janet Jordan 19, attends: Florida and Gift Shop. sophomore at Santa Fe Community
BE Spelling Champion at BE The 14 contestants are: .' '
Runner-up Speller
Junior College and Is the daughter of College and is the daughter of Mr.and
Nadlne Canfux:, 16, a Junior at Police Chief and Mrs. M.M. Jordan of Alesla Sheffield 18, Is a freshman Mrs. George A. Winkler, of Starke.
BUS, and the daughter of Dr<'and Lawtey. Miss Jordan is sponsored by at Santa Fe Community College and Miss Winkler 'Is' sponsored by
Mrs.Abraham Canfux of Starke.Miss Lake Chevrolet-Oldsmobile.>> is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Frank Register Oil Gas.. ., '
Gray Bath' Top, Brooker BeeRobbie Canfux is sponsored by the office of Sheffield of Hampton. Miss Sheffield ,
her father, Dr. Abraham ,Canfux Ella Mann, 19,works at Blue Cross Is sponsored by Stump's DepartmentStore. The new queen will reign ov the
Gray and Patricia Bath will" Sherry Carter, daughter of Mr. and M.D. '.Blue Shield in Jacksonville and is the > Bradford County Fair which will run
represent Brooker Elementary in the Mrs. Robert Carter, went. out on the -Regina Cannavo,15, a senior at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan'tarllng April 8-9 She will ride in Macclenny's; ,
county spelling bee, scheduled today word "duty." Bradford High and the daughter of of Lawtey. Miss Mann is Holly Smith :17, is a junior at Centennial parade April 23.
(Thursday March 24) at the School Steve Cauthen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K.O. Crawford of sponsored by Janet Starling Realty. Keystone Heights High School and is 'Advance tickets for the pageant are
Board office in Starke. Leon Cauthen went out on the word Raiford. Miss Cannavo' Is sponsoredby the daughter of,Mr and Mrs. Joel available at Mitchell's Drugs for $E
Robbie and Patricia competed' "inaudible." Bret & Jerry's of,Starke, '. Tammy Jo Mann U, Is a Junior at Smith of Crystal take. Miss Smith is for adults and $1 for children under
; against 15 other spellers from the Tommy Drawdy, son of Mr. and "< BuS and 1s the of Mr. and sponsored by Andrews Drugs of 12. Tickets at the door will be$2.50 for
dater
i sixth and seventh grades last Thurs Mrs.Tommy Drawdy,went out on the Karen Chitty, 18, a sophomore inChamber Mrs. T.J. Miss'Chamber Keystone Heights. adults and $150 for childrenY
word "collarbone." ,
day.Robbie ilt\
won after Patricia misspelled Lucille Foster daughter of Mr. and ) tt; -

"methodical." He spelled it cor- Mrs. Carl Foster went out on the of ;Commerce to Move On g4 New Objectives I Ij
rectly and then spelled one other word word "(roIIe."- ? ,Lat
become the Hamilton,' ,of ,.,,, ... "?r r ','ulldr': ". \
son \r.JItI
correctly to champ. Tommy 'l'ndl' \ trh; ltYOtirlpage/kits! I = I :;, \ .*'9o !1'f.o1tri'; u !9ltlllt 80-90' 9O V" nort fI bit:
It was a hard-won title because,atone Mre.lJijlon! Vf""f\ W.b.,! : .. "m" -'", / '\1mt4" booU/al the BradfordCouiurle ; ; 1JVft\SJ\ a e '1I"rlLl.q :&d,!( t4I 'Is to

I would point be it the looked champ.as though Earlier Patricia-in the .t;WOI'dtJvilP'Brian, Kendrick,;' son< of Mr.-jxfrt andMrs. '.I'\o;''titali'allH it Ap earaMIMotw' hs and beirits UKwe-ef- ,;7 MyFiir.! | ,. -I3 i significant ei Value.' -i,.dNlf. i41 W'3: $&)need IjXAUYt tor more 3eyt money pointed will out be Objective a"

competition Robbie misspelled Jim Kendrick, went out on the forts need to be communicated to the., By the end of 1984,erect both county Establish a quarterly Committee Chairman'Tomlln-
"kiwi" and Patricia spelled it correctly word"oasis." Board often and the membership l at and Chamber signs on SB-IS: and newsletter and send it faithfully to the son. r
but both spellers made Harold Mayben son of Mr. and large, regularly. SR230. members.That newsletter could in.
mistakes in spelling scholarly" and Mrs. Richard Mayben, went out on Develop a new county slogan.Conduct elude' new members.'actiolll of the By May 1, 1983 go to a calendar
the competition continued until Rob" tile word "heart." a contest for the best slogan and One of the Chamber's problems is ,Board of Governors or prospects the system of dues and run from Jan. 1 to
bie won in the 11th round -Vine Robinson,. son of Mr., and give a $100 prize for the winning en that it does a lot' but no one knows Chamber is working on Jan. 1. Any new member will pro-rate
Robbie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs,Joe Robinson,'went out on the try. Announce the contest at the salesof about it Members of the Board of their dues for the remainder the
Bobby Gray. Patricia is the daughterof ,word "tragic." the swine and steers at the Bradford Governors will make themselves Utilize bulk year. Any new member to join before
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Bath. Penny Hoe, daughter of Mr. and County Fair in April. Run the, available to clubs to speak and tell available once membership reaches the 10th of the month will pay for that
Angela Cauthen, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Paul Roe, went out on the word contest for the entire month of April. their members what the Chamber U 200. month and any new member to join
and Mrs. Leon Cauthen. went out on "ma. onry.'* planning to do and to put their signs after the 10th will get that month free
the word "regard" but will serve as Ronnie Seay, son of I'dr..and Mrs. By 1984, be prepared :to have a on the Chamber signs Have an artt- Adopt a revised rate schedule by of charge
an alternate and go to the county bee Edward Allen, went out on the word
I. If either Robbie or Patricia Is unable "stitch."
to attend. David Silcox, son of Mr. and Mrs. THE BRADFORD
Judges for the competition were Leonard Booth, went out on the word COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Mrs. Elizabeth McCloud, Mrs. Suo' "dl_." PuMshfd every Thursday l ic':; tat
of Mr. and Mrs."Doc" .
Chris Thornton,son
Crawford and Mrs. Joan Watson:
135 W. Cat Street
went out on the word
Mrs. Susan Scott Brooker Elementary Drawdy,
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media specialist,pronounced the ...tean." Starke..florida 32091
words and gave sentence and defini- Danny WUkerson, son of Mr. and ,.. .
tions for the spellers. Mrs. Pete Hodge, went out on the Second Class postage paid et';.- I '. '" < '", .,
word "feud." Starke, FtorM' tt ;' !

alphabetically Other expert, were spellers: listed Subscription Rates: I 5: .' YOlJn .t1 QI '!

,All floe spellers did an excellent beingin job in-trade area: $10.00 per ywri .. .1trt.1 i
Earl Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. and are to be congratulated on $5.50 six months '' "
Paul Arnold, went out on the word the competition says Principal 5 II, aU
"chicken." Wayne McLeod. .Outside .trade area: $11.00 per Par. $ G"AtiB tv.
$B.00 six months .
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Correctional Officers ; 01' tae! .P"tf.>7II
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To Receive r a9Ub
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4 4Y l"'o/1/
HERE'S, ONE OP OUR BEST VALUES EVERI!
Fish Fry SaturdayAn ,Your choice of quality ,, "
POULANSUPER.25. '14" '1', built tables FOR ONE LOW LOW PRICE;

appreciation benefit fish fry for Constructed from m* llrmt
terminated correctional officers.is set ,all wood and wood products'
Saturday, March 26, from 5 p.m.'un- WITH and finished! In a lustrous deep Pint
til.... i" Beautifully accented with a i
The fish fry will be held at Sheriff COUNTER -' 5. lovely embossed wheat design' .
John Whitehead'farm on SR-100 between h and distinctive Brasi-Platad hardware.
Starke and Lake Butler. : VIBRATION ,

Tickets are on sate at any correctional FEATURE .,; r f'L
institution, or at the fish fry.
The menu will include mullet:coleslaw i@ rI } T

baked beans,and hush, puppies. /
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Lunch Menus
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Bradford Cwaty Middle School,
and all elementary schools. t" ; PRICE
Muds Mar.a .CU hia a Nmdl s,Bllllll Nis. "
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; $
C..oy.""*-' Y Regular 269,9 >'
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sus canfaa Mtad,mil crisp hot walk milk '' r"i
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W.hMxtoy.MM.> -MA/llAGER'aQlCXCKDAY, $23 CV features: 1.iH 1.i
Ttanto, Mw. SIBakwl:= MUom, 2.3 cu. to.engine. ,Manual and $1899S'"

: turnip Iran. ,.,..I-&PM1MO,err.braad BREAK., srm.Friday. 14" bar! and tdraSri.,,, automatic olllnaCourttervlM _,
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1. Bradford County High Retool. snwotri 'operation.' thru March 3 At 11 ....t/
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M..dsy., Mir. .Wte, fronch, feint ktitundi "fMIWIte.- Surgeons A quality- irisa@I. !a
w/tld11opqie,,.milt.,, This lithe of Pro Tree ; heavy duty
:Mr. tt t1ambaepr 5rs Y. enntsd price only mKi buying power could achiever fi' ,
oUtoidC nvt'pwfc kotunwoieliquant '
.b....... mil" 'COMmffiE THE'S$ CV WITH SAWS COSTING $300 OR MOfflM : .
Wi< .iJiiT.MM a,MlMANAOCH CHOICE:DAY' i s.-
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turnip sr.sa4 EMUr oto,eomtor..d,ml.*, \\i
Fritla7' Apr.14PR1MO 9MEAiLALACARTE < ;..,1' fST ',RKE ; ",

:: !:, ; Hortdo I"r..t Control] Stork Power Equip.. .-

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New Septic Tank RulesPresent !. '- ; In Bradford County, That Is. .

Believe It or not, it hasbeen ,' t 'r I tt
twetter in Bradford t F

Dilemma to Builders County, .

In the fall of 1968, for instance Int
the of
Bradford County is not ideal septic more water. Eighty percent of I'W"" Engineers was called by r 1

tank Country. This fact, which has long homes in the county are dependent on the Bradford County Com II I TV '., P [El
been obvious, is now brought home! septic tanks, and with half of these now mission to make a reconnaissance -
1 forcefully by saturated soil conditions giving some degree of trouble, the in- conditions study of flood 11 tu

following almost 20 inches of rain in the convenience to owners is obvious. With Creek and along around Alligator theSampsonRowellCrosby

area since January 1. the ground so wet,.septic tank workers : tpk

Now the State of Florida, apparently cannot use their' equipment to service Lake area following"recordbreaking'

in a designed effort to cut down on the the units, and little can be done except rainstorms that flooded 45

number of septic tank installations in pump the tanks out. This provides only homes along the creek and
unsuitable sites, has administered a temporary relief since they soon fill up around the rakes.

bitter pill in the form of more stringent ''to overflowing again. The Lawtey area '. But the Corps of
requirements on the amount of dry soil is said to be suffering the worst during Engineers concluded that s sa

necessary for filtering between the this period, and one homeowner there the cost of controls to pre- : a i,( l b 1,
has been without workable septic vent flooding in these areas s
drainfield and the underlying water
tank for 30 would exceed the benefits
days.
table. c.
gained, so little was done
In Property owners are understandablyupset except to widen and deepenthe
order, to comply with the new
the stricter rules bed of Alligator Creekto
over especiallythose
regulations, owners of building sites in who find themselves with get the water off quicker Water rose to the eaves of this home on SR-1M at Old Field Pond south of Keystone Height,during I-
Bradford County where the water tableis property and pass it on to the Santa wet cycle In 1958.
their hands which cannot be used
from six to 12 inches from the sur- on Fe and Suwannee Rivers ::: .,_.ltlC.II.'JIl.\\fo -.e.zd.ll -. I
face during the wettest period of the for the purpose for which it was ac-> The following comments September 1968, the prin-

year, will have to mound up their quired. But'the state's action was based made ,in the engineering cipal flooding on Alligator
drainfields and elevate their founda- it says, on "evaluated scientific report at the time are still Creek was to homes on St. :
tions from three' to 3feet above evidence which unanimously,agrees interesting today: Clair Street; in the area
four feet of dry soil is just upstream and
that "from two to "The 1968 flood on
level at estimate total cost
ground an
downstream of SR-230 and
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necessary below a drainfield in orderto Alligator Creek and Sampson i ft
of $4,000 to $5,000. Lake flooded a rather to homes along the south i
from tank
remove pollutants septic a
side of SR.230."Although.
and caused
large area con
Another disconcerting fact is that effluents."
federal lending agencies such as FHA siderable damages. The the storm
that fact that most of the flooded caused the y'I
It was pointed out over 40 per- highest stages
FmHA and VA reluctant to
finance,. home construction are where cent of Florida's growing population is area Is sparsely .in recent years the stream -y' ,

drainfields served by septic tanks ((80 percent in .
mound-type are
necessary. ''rural Bradford County), which "Future urban of low [r.\ .
Whether this is because of the development areas -
"eyesore" aspect or the additional cost discharge large volumes of partially around the lakes should be restricted to S .
treated sewage into the soil, where it additional losses."-1968 U.S. I
of construction we do not know. At 'prevent
any '
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rate, anything that lessens the chancesof eventually reaches ground or surface Corps of Engineers report. ... ..-.. .,....._ .
takes the ............
low interest financing would not be waters. The state position '" _, .'.; .......- _11jf _......"'-
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that we must protect our ground: !
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viewed with favor by "
many prosper "'
with 'all available because developed prevented '
resources and receded withina
tive homeowners. "we are dependent on groundwater damages from being peaked 24-36 hour period. ,, : ,..

The stricter requirements on drain- supplies for our drinking water and for higher, "The principal flood Laura Church Road off of Highway 14 cant of Starke. made
field, construction' will be felt more "If uncontrolled damages on Lakes Crosby
our continued existence. development
nice for this flood
wading pool during rains In
youngster
IMS.
severly in Bradford County than in of the flood plain is and Sampson were to about
most areas of the state because of our And what does all of this mean in allowed to continue, future 20 homes and cabins and waters from the lakes Lake Rowell to a point approximately -
terms of lifestyle in Bradford County floods will cause much 'on Lake Rowell to pasture would increase stages on five miles
table and also because
water
high we
Unless some unforeseen solutions' greater damages than land. Recent drainage Im- Santa Fe River below the upstream. The canal improvement -
1. have been operating since 1979 under a from all the controversy it those experienced in 1968. provements in the junction of Sampson River required three
by the emerge Local action to prevent unwise timberlands north and nor-
special exception granted as a large amount of erosion' control structures
that the trend of recent-
powers-that-be in Tallahassee., Under might mean development of flood thwest of Lake Sampson natural storage would be and replacement of a small
the terms of this agreement Bradford years toward country and surburban prone areas can help has Increased the runoff lost. bridge in Starke. These improvements -
be reversed. Those reduce future flood rates to the lake. Lake
living have to
would
may Due to the small flood provide
County has been allowed to build tanks "
has small
Crosby a
who find it impossible to comply with damages. protection from a one-in-10-
control benefits which
; with a two-foot water table requirement drainage area and much of "
rather than the three-foot depth the stricter terms imposed for environmental -J The "report concludedthat the damage on this lake is would accrue and the year storm.

required in the other counties. safety may have to look management a local flood program plain done by water from Lake possibility of adverse efBradford County does not'

toward the incorporated areas with could include any or all of Sampson overflowing the
their municipal sewage treatment the following actions: land between them. "Local action to prevent unwise develop-

This exception was pleasing, of plants as a location ..for their future 1. Increase public "Solutions considered to ment of flood prone areas can help reduce
course, to homeowners and developersof dream home. It will be a tough decisionto awareness of the flood problem the flooding problems in future Hood damages."-19G8 U.S. Corps of
low-lying property as well as distribution of both areas was canaliza
make for those who have set their by tion. Average flood Engineers report.
resulting in more new construction in hearts on a country lifestyle in the wide maps showing flood prone damages for the lake area
Bradford But the wisdom,of IarealJ:Y '
County.
open spaces, but until some acceptable were estimated at$3,500.In
'< the action may be debatable, since a .''alternative is presented there seems toVik'Vul'nttu 2. Land-use controls, or' addition to fltiM pf evehtion" "'fecta- bwn tre 'm. detailed have' ten-year flood plain I
'\> >high-price'is' now being paid,-lWith1an' 't... >:>' *>,.."ic"'luw M>.<.Of"''-:' 'TU ,1.- .II.K-., .. ,; I 4l- "to-\ con u1.' benef\\ annual benefits of' consideration *
"" fl'' '' q "," 'I"I.f"Y'.i""I > .r't.. ',>::1 pmlnll5tlCMUI estimated'large'''perCentage"of"tlrai ''I! ''' x "'flood"F"'? ye.r fop Lakes Sampui'4"ih.1.1 "Tinie that Starke and could accrue Cor Increased son, Rowell and Crosbywas
may' prove
: out of the ground during obtains a countywide soils :
lines bubbling hazard .
areas.
,, other municipalities around the state' land use if adequate control considered unwar as the state Is
the current wet spell. should begin planning now for the' 3. building codes designed of the lakes was provided."To ranted. However future ing survey all counties to do. it urg-will
to reduce damages to hold the lakes low urban development of the include a ten-year flood
With 20 inches of rain during the first future'expansion of their utilities and buildings in the flood plain enough to protect the low areas around the lakes plain map which could be
three months of the yearthe low'flat the extension of their boundaries to .areas.' ,- presently sparse develop- should additional be restricted to pre- used to regulate the place-
areas, of which Bradford County has, take care of these refugees from the "There are actually two ment would require losses.vent flood ment of septic tanks. State
than its share cannot absorb any hinterlands, separate flooding problemsin substantial enlargement of law forbids the use of septic
more the study area. One is on the outlet through Sampson "The plan of Improve-I tanks in the ten-year floodplain
Alligator Creek and the se- River, a control structure, ment to' but counties that do
cond is on Lakes Crosby, and possible new highway alleviate the flooding in not have such a map have
Director ''and Sampson. In and railroad bridges. Alligator Creek consists of no1'- way to enforce this
EPA's New ,,'' Rowelli of August- Rapid removal of flood canal improvements from regulation.

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Notebook by Bobby L.Taylor
Agent's
waste-disposal: facilities* into groundand County Bradford County Agent i
"i Still playing' the part of a 'wounded
:cl ef' executive, abused and unjustly surface waters. ,/

i.' ..accused by his enemies, President' Supported a scheme' allow in- My discussion about soil preparationand loading with fruit and bloom and we should These shows and sales involve a lot of
Ljff. Reagan stubbornly refused to admit dustry to pollute up to lawful levels in planting of gardens and spring crops be in heavy harvest in two to three weeks. 'work and financial support from many Individuals -
.*any wrongdoing in the EPA, even as he areas where the air is cleaner than required the last couple of weeks were timely according We should have plenty of berries at Fair and businesses throughout the

introduced, the gency's new ad'IninistratgrMonday by law, except in national to the calendar. However, the time (April ft-9)). area.'
( night. parks. weather has,Dot been cooperative, and Speaking of the Fair there Is a lot of
very few garden areas of fields have been behind-the-scenes activity in preparationfor This cooperation work and support is
::;;\> ;This, in spite of the,fact (clearly ,% Advocated the loosening of standards prepared. Unusual rains and wet field conditions another four days of someething for important because it involves people work-
-y ,known to the American people: ) that his for' nitrogen oxide and carbon have slowed or delayed field activity everyone at the Fair. I understand that an ing together for the benefit of our ,
/ handpicked ex-administrator Anne monoxide auto emissions limits. throughout the area. of our commercial and educational exhibit businesses civic agricultural and educa- I

Burford, before her recent firing, per- Judging from his past record, the A few more "days of sunshine and space has been filled and.we have promiseof youth tional that communities.these people It are also concerned shows and our
conditions should make our good, clean midway.Our
a
\ formed the following environmental warmer of their growth and develop-
.*. new' administrator, William D. supportive
ornamentals and trees start to grow
atrocities while carrying out Mr.'tteagan's lawns, livestock and poultry barns will be ment. I hope you have plans to participateand
,Ruckelshaus has all the lot of water In a
v necessary and they can take up a exhibits again this
filled with outstanding in the Fair and Its activities.
i .: policies:. qualities 'to provide fair 'and honest hurry when 'this happens. Fields and year. We are expecting 22 beef-Breeding support
to lift the ban'on oyote in that is vital to pastures can also dry rapidly so I hope '
Took steps leadership an agency and fertilizing animals about 43 steers and 'about 60 An Improvement in the weather will let
poison 1080, which had been outlawed the health and welfare of the American when you are this ready for na.Strawberry .planting market hogs. Judges in the past have told us get on with planting our spring crops,

in 1972 ,when found fatal .to other people. But Mr: Reagan,would never!, us that we have one of the top livestock and getting our lawns and ornamentals .' .
animals as well.Reversed 'have appointed Ruckelshaus had it not plants continue to look good shows and sale in the state and we expect prepared for good spring growth. I'll talk "+

.' the old EPA's recom- been in the: hope,of cleaning up.his despite excess t'y moisture. Plants, are this years' entries to be even better. about lawn fertilization next week.

mendations that immediate action be (Reagan') well-deserved image 'as a :"'

taken to regulate the use ,of the weak-to-anti environmentalist. Mr LETTERS.; ..

suspected carcinogen, formaldehyde, Ruckelshaus can do his Job only if he', "' "Forestry in Bradford County .. .

and followed this action with a' proposal divorces himself from the policies and To Whom It Mav Concern:
to suspend regulations intended influence of Mr.,Reagan.'we, hope and: by David W.Norton

to': prevent poisonous .liquids, ,and believe he is strong enough to do. ,just,, Bradford County Foreater''Water our This pit is bull to the puppy person on who County hit and Road killed 325

virulent 'sludges from leaking out of that. March 8, between 7 and 9:30: p.m. anddidn't
,, too much or too little of it Is plied by most municipal water plants:Consequently even have the decency or common
often discussed\ in Bradford County. Bradford their water treatment facilities courtesy to stop:
County baa many lakes, ponds, and often times are larger and. more
for an abundance of water most of sophisticated than those used by many You have caused great pain and sorrowto
swamp
: the time, especially right nowl With one of municipalities to make the community's an entire family especially our four
th'leivtt' winters record, the soils drinking water safe and palatable.A year old girl. To kill an animal and not
Th- tailorbird uses hi'bill as .:'needle to- punch holM In of'hit the wettest on do anything or '
p- : proipectiv nesting tree,,wid 5 saws them tosothee with, thin vegetable .fibeim Vf', have become quite saturated. mill with a daily pulping capacity of at even least stop let to someone see if you know can Is Inexcusableand

r.L t' Water'and timber are partners so to 1,000 tons will have a water treatment heartless I know to some animals
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apeak. The slash pine which compose plant capable of serving a large city.To be might not mean* much, but to us, he was

,, :,; ., p ,..'.,l' ., '.\j C,.. I roost of Bradford County's pine timbergrows more specific the amount of water used part of the family. I know you will say he'
,k abundance of 'for steam cooking washing, drying and
A ea..a.:coo In very wet areas.The should have been home and I agree. But
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.. ,,1. 1 .<.\ '.. .. r. 1 water, ,.Is one reason for this area cooling frequently equal the water needsof he wasn't, and what you did' Is, ,unforgivable i
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.. o.l million in size
'> \. 1fyt.t rt"'np4" t.., > j'J.i phenomenal timber growth!, a city approximately one .
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is to If It ;
!" Water necessary I have just one more thing say:
1' .!'\ -----..-. \ ..i1i:>\ \. :;' Is harvested. Moat of the timber from this mill .to In a solution containing wood chip had been a child what would you have
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,'."" ,',a" fc"w( \, I ttTAWJSHEBWt. .. ",f'<'11"'1 ,Vr;',' !' ':'I.. ,:.MEMBER '' r:_,:,) ,'.,}>1 '.'1y. very and important in\ the.manufacture: of pulp or pulp.digested This materiel until form to. the what basis. .to of known the huge a*; have wonder just driven,on, as you did? It makesme
paper.
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: ; Every one the economic within our' Box 296 Villa
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'''' rsckesa.d sues.sandq aM scehusd as at t. : water for many
tate.
:,'t r:;, "f4i{ f 1{. ,. .. \ .. ,'H,\ I',x," for cooking and washing. It .to'
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1 ; ., W;;;; *< t' :' ,, utilized to make steam and electricity While this country has an adequate
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4 &\i't':'t';, ; ",",1"1' d.. 'tecEa. atre.a "'III"'IIMIf4''Y'> ':ttica/l/ sac ts.9''' i "y.j. .... .,.Jl .,to transport the tiny wood fiber from one water resource it..to necessary that our+ r "
*\}: station to another. citizens and industry alike remain aware- "Good manners are better ;
......to.M- $11 rat Yea; 16.69 1bts1MYS 4rs' ,. 'manufacturing .
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that I ,
'I' ..,.. < water of higher quality than sups I'h il t > r"" II t.{ ''tf.1t."-iP ",trjv4jSi 1

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;Married ,GkulysJUooty' Society'EMtorS; '' t I ,, '9f> .7t1rJa' :' I ,

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Virginia Cashing Sikes of l.awtey and y ( ? "
Andrew J. Slice of Jacksonville and )
Albert (Al W. Chapman, Jr., son of {
Mr and Mrs. A.W Chapman, Sr. of Hospital Auxiliary 'Has Shop Lifting Program

Starke were united In marriage Friday ., ,
March '4, at 7:30 p.m. In the L ,
Madison Street Baptist Church with ry ryr Bradford hospital Auxiliary voted nadine'Early, hospitality ship'chairman blood >r tttUlw to Rive to their, w-'
Rev. Eddie Blalock performing the to donate$7000 for necessary hospital gave a good report on the shop tors. Mrs. Moore also stated that a
nuptial. equipment purchases at the dinner and stated so far all volunteer hours Stop Smoking clinic; Wm alert today,
'. Highlighting the altar were branched meeting Monday night which met at have own filled, WllmaJean Terry, Thursday, March 24! at 11:30 )'tm..atthe
candelabra entwined with white, the, Western Steer Steak House Fair hamburger booth chairman J presbyterian Fellowship Hall and
pink and rose pompom mum and gave a report on plans made w far on, WIlt run for /Dix two hour sessions:
carnation flanked by two branched Linda Johns, program chairman. preparations. Mrs. Reddish reported, Mar. 29, Mar. 31, Apr. fr7, and 12, at
candelabra with burning taper Introduced e Chief Jimmy the NE district meeting will be held $65 for the sessions which guarantees
Presenting a program of nuptial Bowen who showed a film on Shop Lifting April 5-6 at the Thunderbird Motel In results This is a hospital sponsored
music were Mr*. Ed Ripplinger, followed by a talk on the subject Jacksonville and asked. for volunteers program.Another hospital sponsored
organist, Mrs. Eddie Blalock) of what clerks and customer are to to-attend. program, will be the Fitness Center
pianist/sololut and Mrs. Mike Gaskina be aware of.President. which is scheduled to open in July.
also' sang. Mrs. Drew Reddish Judy Moore, hospital assistant administrator Mrs. Reddish announced she is
Mr. Chapman attended hU son a* r't presided over the meeting and stated the free blood' hosting a President's Tea for Aux
best man. Usher were Mike Gaxklns, welcomed new member Gladys clinic held in the Hospital iliary members on Sunday, March 27,
Mike Tomlinson and Jerry Blalock. Rti R RJ Ra Rh Williamson, Barbara Norman and Library pressure every first Tuesday from 1 to from 2-4 p.m. at her home, 1417 Debra
-:Miss Robin Tatum served as maid Carol Buchtei. The new memberswere 4 p.m. is getting a good response. street. Any' former Auxiliary;
of honor. Attendants were Miss Bren- r 1 presented by Gerri Green; There were 79 applicants the first members who did not get an invitation
da Sikes,sister of the bride, Mrs. Jay r n Y, 'membership chairman who also week and 70 the second. Recipientsare and would like to attend are cordially' -
Griffis and Miss Christy Faulkner. I stated dues are payable In AprilBer- given a running record of their welcome.
They were attired alike in floor length i
teal taffeta fashioned t4
green gowns

puffed With white, short lace sleeve running They through carried the Retired Teachers Hold Election of Officers;, I

white lace fans with pale pink silk
flowers attached. The Bradford-Union Retired enhance the power to be beautiful on Antique Show sponsored' by the'
R.:Flower girls were Brook Gaskins Teachers met for program/business the inside. Mrs. Kathryne Eppllr on. Woman's Club .of Starke and the
and Elizabeth Backus. Ring Bearers meeting on Thursday March 17, at Mrs Helen Johns Mrs. Blanche Bradford County Fair. '
were John Blalock and Matthew Ben- the First United Methodist Church in Howard and Mrs Muriel Norman Mrs. Lucille Brown explained that
Lake Butler. Members brought were models for Mrs Watson's unique the Health Care Containment books
nett.Given: in marriage by her father favorite recipes to provide the program. 'will be ready for the May' meeting.The .
the bride wore a floor length princess a delicious lunch at 12 noon. books will provide informational,
style, white satin gown with fitted 'Dwight Hunter District IV Directorof services on Health Care for retiree
bodice and long alecon lace sleeves. Mrs. Georgia Watson program Florida Retired Teachers Association
With this she wore a p".arllocket, a chairman presented "Personal Effectiveness ,.explained the new Legislative Officers for 1983-1984 were elected:'
lift of the groom. Her alecon lace Mr, and Mrs.AI Using four teachers Program and Income Tax for Retired Mrs. Murial Norman,president Mrs.
headpiece secured the knee length Chapman Mrs. Watson explained how. coordinated Teachers. Minnie Belle Waters, vice-president;
Veil of illusion. She carried a cascade with a three tiered pillared cake and Mrs. Larry Taylor. dresses, suits pants and Mrs. Eunice Searing presented Mrs. Mildred Hardin, recording
arrangement of white roses, decorated with pink roses, topped Following a wedding trip to the sweaters could be used to project the brochures on FREA Legislative Pro- secretary; Mrs. Doris Richard, corresponding
stefanotis and baby's breath with with doves and satin bows and encircled Blue Ridge Mountains the couple is image of the mature woman. Choosing gram. secretary and Miss Mary
white' streamer with pink roses and leather residing in Lawtey; the correct color style and fit will Mrs. Mona Canova announced the E Faulkner, treasurer.
-: A reception was held in the church leaf fern. Cutting the cake were Mrs The bride and groom are both Brad-
Fellowship Hall. Misses Beverly T.F. Gaskins and Mrs. Harold E. ford High School graduates. She Sharon Harrington,
Sikes and Sherry Stroble kept the Crawford. graduated in 1982 and is employed at David
bride1, book. Presiding at the crystal punch bowl Andrews Drug Store. Mr. Chapman SappAnnounce
;The bride's table and punch table which was encircled with pink roses graduated In 1980 and works at the May WeddingMr. Abraham anfux M.D7
were both covered with white lace and greenery were Mrs. Richard Lake Butler Reception and Medical and Mrs.Clifford Harrington of ,
cloths. The bride's table was centered Moorehouse, Mrs. Timothy Faxon Center.
Macclenny announce the engagement Genera: Medicine
of their daughter, Sharon to David
Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon R. Announces the opening of his office at '
Sapp of Starke. ,
'fashion ShowLuncheon .
The bride-elect is a graduate of : STARKE PLAZA
h Baker County High School and U
'tiy"r ewh e'?' employed by Starke Family Practice (Next to Pantry Pride)
& Care Clinic.
The prospective groom graduated Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Fri.
: from Bradford High School and la
employed by Forsythe Plumbing. PHONE 984-4668
Set April 9 A May 20 wedding is planned in the
Northside Baptist Church of Starke.
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find Luncheon is set at noon Saturday,
April 9. at the Starke Golf and Country
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.. effort- entertain : -M ... oJ ,, n ..-
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dates of the men playing in the W '
::annual Strawberry Golf Tournament } ') 4 132 E. Calf Street 964.8''O'g' 0 's'rar'ke,"FI'Ori'd'.8
:According to Mrs. Donna Gruen. A
*4 50 ticket will admit the bearer to a Storewide Appliance Sale
lunch of Polynesian chicken salad, ro.ffJ
:strawberries, fruit, and cinnamon v
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twists. .. foffJ + off?
:, Door prices will be awarded; guests + A
:must be present to win. 1P .. '" b v
Stores their
showing Spring sport ,. ,
outfits and other fashions will be Montgomery -
t. \VISIT:
: Ward, Bret & Jerry's; Ken-
.win. Corner FashlOns..5tump's.
;;(.eJia'st and Debbie Woodfin's handpainted OUR NEWEST L(

; fashions. .,
Cassie Autry at left in the photo ADDITION '.iii'
'above, models a red and white tennis -' :
;"outfit from Bret & Jerry's. HE I ERRY-OTCH; t

Alisha Green front and center, is Register for 36"
:wearing a pink and white coulette set p1u = '

:-from Stumps. 'On the Local Fashion Scene... ,, Candy: & Gift Shop'(. _> .
Shortcake
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Brooke Williams right Is decked Strawberry ,
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'out in white Canute Alixha Brooke <"** M*J ." ::
pedal pushers with a soft Aulry Grurn. and William dhow alt outfits from ,. ':
tripped crop top.Upcoming. local store they Mill be 1.'HI..lln the April 9 Struwbrrry Fashion Show. 4 I I ,,;;, ,

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Offered by Methodist To Wad June 4 D's. ,: "t"
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(will offer a baby sitting course forbaby Slarke announce the engagement and } ,
sitter of the community on approaching marriage of their
'April 11, 18 and 25 In the Methodist daughter Nancy Lea Wallace to *
:Fellowship Hall. Watch the Telegraph/ Donald Gene Pearson, son of Mr. and THRIFT PACK "
:for further details. Mrs James H. Pearson of Raiford.
The wedding Is planned for June 4 3 GREAT VALUESFROM VAl tf!! PACK Inc, odes: 12 fish fillets I
yMarzllll at 11 a m. at Northnide Baptist trench crisp .
:f Thornton, Church with a reception following hies,creamy cote slaw and: 8 hmh ,I, "

;Watson Wolf the church hall. ',' PUPPlea.SeNes40rmore. r :.,
Miss Wallace Is a 1982 graduate of tHRIFT PACK
;if i o Marry April 2 Columbia High School. ,< trench! frle.; lnellld"s! : 8 fish fillets crisp g
creamy cole
slow and 8
Mr. Pearson is 1980 honor; hUSh rr
I Marzillie Thornton of Raiford and graduate o( Union.. County High .'.. '. ,' "CAPTAIN I D'S. puppies- Serves 3d- :,;
:Watson Wolfe of Brownlee Road, School. :
;Starke Invite you to share with thenitthe All friends and relatives are invited '

joy of their marriage Saturday. to attend. .Ca ::11 '.
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:April 2, at $:.30 p.m. at New River _S ft D' -: .
Old You Know. I,
New Congregational Methodist (Good only at participating Captain D'IJ 'tt. ...... ,, .'
Church, SK-125 and 199. Cecelia Terwille ,af attended the \
K All friends and relatives are Invited Suwannee River Authority monthly mm mm m* tONf COUPON KB CUSTOMER e r r .. ,. '
eto attend. meeting last Thursday in Mnrclenny rrrreA, CUP 1H8 COUPON - It rwrrr ,, "
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annual election of trustees for the Santa Fe QN ANY '.:- DINNERSFOR ;: :)'r':,

Cemetery Association will be held on Tuesday, March COMPUTE; DINNER : '

29.1983, at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall in Hampton Florida ITEM ,ON ,OUR JMiNU. j $4.99 : .

,Three gOlden brown fish fltiets Mrv8c.t :' ,1"1r ,:
This (Does not Inc i !*:Chipper, Fish n'Chips; I. Crisp french fries : with
meeting will be to conduct general business and to, ,creamy cole slaw and ,? r, '2
Flahn.FrleaCllChlk:1r..menu/fema.: / .) two Southern '
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I BHS Class/ of 1 1968. Reunion ;is June 1 11 1Tnb Church of God Pastor Appreciation Day, *,:*. :l1SItev. *:. I

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Ir -\ The Stark Church of God will 91st anniversary on tflul day. .
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tlm& Willard Linda llos Hl
: William Barrett,'LouisJackson" Kelly Lyons ; )
>< following members of the Brad- ; ; Allen, iS-W observe pastor appreciation'day and The special Sunday morning senvice -
ftlrd High Class of 1968 are asked to Bennett, Charles Brrcden McKinney. .. homecoming Sunday, March 27. "? will begin with Sunday school at i
Mart; Ruth Nelson, Janice :
Contact.Kay Waters of Starke about Wanda Britt, Elaine Brown Glenda Darold Padgett Larry Jo Parrish,Alice Proctor The congregation will be honoring 10 a.m., followed with guest. speaker, WMgnts, ,
'the' classes \\MH' year: reunion. set June, 'Bryan Edward Coleman Crawford, Elisa Bobby Reklla, Linda Rowe. Gail : their pastor, Rev. Walter'P. Monti. Rv..C.P. Harris of Wlmawra, Fla. '.
'n "" Crawford Mlciuel; James Sanders, Robert : The special event .la to give'recognition At the 11 a.m. anl.l8 p.m. worship service .
i Thomas Sandell. Margaret "
if family member or relative Linda Cross, hIbbie Clark .
any : to Rev. Mont for his outstanding
b Scott James Small,Joan Starling:
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has Information about where to contact ; Dlnner-on-the-grounds will be served '.f
Bernice contribution toth* community as a
Grover, Carolyn Taylor.Susan Taylor, Mattie <
Alta Sue
the class members:they can also Donald Harris Crlt'1'J Eloise Mines, Beverly Terry Ada Mae Thomas,:Danny pastor and leader. Rev. Montz cameto at 13:30: p.m. by the Ladles Aux- .. ,'.,,,,,.! .,
9M4M1.or .
cbntac/Mrs. Waters phone Stark In /
Wheeler Wayne NOT. 1981': and since that iliary. ,
write Mrs. Waters!680 W. Madison Hollingsworth Jimmy Horton Waller Eilgen King Ronnie Knight, time he I\as earned the respect of the < Friends of ReV. Monti and the ,. ;',, .,
Donald Huff Mike Jackson Gary Kersey Wesley ; < ;
St.. Starke, FL. 32091. community and the church. "" church are extended a warm hand of

their'MASS madden,members\ names.are listed. below by Jones.Johns,Terry Catherine'Jones,Johnson Margaret, Kelly Gwen Charles Roy knight Leach, William and Ernestine.Lamprecht.Lester, .....The.......church...........will..t...''alsocel................H...,...its........welcome......,.......to...attend..........the.,.,.observance...................,......................, .....................'.T..I." ..,."..,.I..
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1 Applications Are Being Taken Now for Hospital/Home Health Aide Training Program' Offered Through Santa Fe CC I1; I,

'_ Yflcrh School. IPivr. more In I, *
Applicants for Santa Fe Community sign up now to take a reading test on a.m. to 1:00: p.m. In the dining room of plicants must 'be present by. 10:00: for a textbook. formation CUTItUlW U U'call(&" the SFCC a. v office -at-
HospitalHomeHealth either next Tuesday or Wednesday Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center. The a tn. Applications' for the new programare
new
I College's Aide Training Program must March 29 or 30, to be given from 10:00: test may be taken either day.: but ai>- Tuition for the class Is $30 plus $15 Available"t the Santa p.,,1(11" 964-5383. ;': :' I

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Barnett of z "
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Alachua son Joseph General Benjamin Hospital.In March He Joins 3 at a POISON PREVENTION- FRANKFORD 7INCHDRESSY pf,',) ..
NIPPITY-HOP ,
brother Daniel age 9 and sister WEEK! '
Heather, age 7. CHUCKLES BUNNY DAN ..., '
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. & f1I SPECKLED (
Lillian Adkins of Huntington W. Va. PARADE PLUSH TOY I"
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and OO@IM. NOUGAT .

Mrs. Carlus Hess of Starke. GAYLE KINGECKERD)6. : EGGS c-C 3-OZ.CHOCOLATES I Mg. S.M .

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Revival Set I 14-OZ. Itog. 1.11FRANXFORD mr 399BRACH'S

For March 24 oy p 73ZACHART =
POIsoning. It does happen! EvenIn -

Pine Valley 'Congregational small the child most can careful ingest something household.that a j 99C :
Holiness Church, US 301 north of
was not meant for human consump-:
Starke, down dirt road beside Bradford lion. Whether you have children or
Furniture will host a revival not. should have Syrup of Ipecac
you
March 24, at .
beginning Thursday for such
In your medicine cabinet SOLID MILK PECTIN
7:30 p.m. circumstances that require its use.
Evangelist speaker will be Rev. Syrup of Ipecac Is a proven inexpensive CHOCOLATEBUNNY PEACOCK
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Jim Tucker of Penny Farms. There way to 1 induce vomiting. If DECORATED I N
will\ be prayers for the sick and EGGS
an accidental poisoning occurs: FRUIT & NUT OR
each night.
special singing 1. Keep as calm as possible. 11.5CLRas.
is cordially invited to at- COCONUT CREAM EGGS POPS
Everyone 2. Determine us accurately&quicklyas 1.1989c
tend the nightly services. possible what It how much S-OZ. .... ,.,. a c..,
was taken. YOUR CHOICE E99ocaCOCACOLA

First United Methodist 3 Contact your center doctor nearest poison hospital information 99<=

Plans Activities emergency room or pharmacist. 89C.

4. Take any remaining medicine or .
The First United Methodist Church empty bottles to the doctor or
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will televise their Easter Cantata entitled hospital.
"Golgotha" on Starke Cable During National Poison Prevention
Channel 5 on Tuesday,March 29,at 7 Week let's all make an extra effort i
to avoid the needless dangers of ....
p.m.On Thursday, March 24, the Senior accidental poisoning! PlJm' "' "".""" _.."..

Citizens group will hold their) onthly, w.-J. >. .
gH'; ei'tp'; ''als'tt'f luncheon. : In .the 1 :!!! .. t i6 I
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f'eftowshl"'Hat. al'.n ,pl1f HAWAIIAN TROP' II l
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1Ir.; i: ? BUFFERED'' H ONDRA
The Confirmation Class of First FOREVER
United Methodist Church will be TAN "--r. ASPIRIN 1 SKIM ;
traveling to Epworth by the Sea at St. LOTION 1 STAB
OTTLI or 100
Simons, <;a. for a retreat on Friday | .
1O-OZ. 2 TTKSVITAMJNJB
and Saturday March 23 and 28. They
will return on Saturday. 399 C
Maundy Thursday communion ser- .I" 1lV0ASda 99C. s
vice will be held on March 31 in the E y1a eslr lt lwY ,
Fellowship Hall at 7:30: p.m.with a re- _:?s.:, f I YV4.ii Y1'Urr N r ,. .F
enactment of the Last Supper which I '
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will include foods of the time and a HAWAIIAN TROPIC :: Bufferin.. 'Limit Llmlt 2
message through the actual words of ULTRA LIGHT !

Christ. : .,, A
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The Dlal-A-Prayer Is now In opera- TANNING W Wf'AW Wi w w Wp W4 WI". -.,. .. a
tion at 964-4712. This\ service is MZ. '- t

available 24 hours a day which In- IE. SAVINGS RUBBEnMAID* _.____
cludes scripture prayer. and time to SLENI I >
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leave prayer requests. E ,.
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Mrs. Elb.rt Sibley

CUbrat 90th Birthday I r irwt/C o M1K 'sc r0VITAMIN NYLON v -.<-<
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Sunday. LIQUID Wheroeol
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Mrs. Elbert Sibley celebrated her ANTACID' uoo.ra- tae ao1Tis e. toe msrq.yunu ; '
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90th birthday Sunday afternoon, oHL T 439 TONIC SNACK 'N STORE --
March 13, at a party from 3 to.4 p.m. =
O9' TABLE *. oT D4 at
4 .1 olgeb'fiba
at her home in Theresaa given by '- aa1 ,
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family and friends. 'I 99
Attractive arrangements of roses _..- TREATS With IRON ALLERGY H TABLETS
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and flowers highlighted
spring pointsof
Limit 1LOVING ; t CMf..ILIIOnt.I Pacll w a4
interest in the party rooms. The 2 29 If 111 159 NYLON 6ARDEN HOSEasS
refreshment table was covered with a
white linen cloth edged with lace and CAREHAIRCOLOR t:2. ,' I 1 mass tiDili ,s. taN SC8TTS FUmiZUVt
centered with a two tiered birthday '' --'- ( IS. ,
cake decorated with roses and orange ''- E ) -- le.a.N 1.99
blossoms and flanked by silver candle LOTION i THERA-GARDS M GO PAIN LOZEN6CS 6' FLORAL 9
holders with pink tapers. Finger i, TJY.J": t'aca. '. .JI'...''.'':.:: '
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foods cake and punch were served. 3991OTTU1f.1I .. > --..,
The approximately 100 calling dur- 229 99 "j caeics i
ing the, party hours included Mrs. tt N ... ,
Sibley's two sisters and brother-in- i e. EIt 'GlYIEA...., ,
law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nadeau and Limit 2 SYNTHETICVITAMIN '
Mrs. Jessie Powell of Miami. E YL J P rfDSlT i . BUfAEU-FIUIDiC . l-'
Assisting in serving\ were Mrs. JOVAN LAWNJOHNSON'S : ; ,:... ;
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Grace Searle Mrs. Rose Mabry Mrs. 488 NTrla IN gg gcw (4 1fItI1t"RilTIUDJI..r" "" '
Marcia Lee and Mrs. Sibley's granddaughter .. MUSIC snuf OIL cotoam FOR MEMitL FEEDER sasisioaa, vraio\-"' ,._,'"

Miss Kristy Johns. .... .... .
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riage to Ken Toops Gainesville was' I. w'Llrnll 14 ea.ass. Les / I I I .... I'N DR./. \
an event of Friday night,was honoredat ONES f : ..' '

a bridal shower Tuesday night MOISTTOWELETTES I 73C s 13D: .. : :. ."" /O#
March 15, in the Fellowship Hall of ; .Ma? ..... iffi..l ,
the Madison Street Baptist Church. 2 ...... '*\;< Aen'
>Hostesses were: Mrs. C.L. Cooper;; MSWfTI -Limits, J
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Mn. Harold Mrs 'Bob "' ''' '' '" gee 'i"? ''' ''
Mathews, Mrs EPPSb ansb)'. Mrs.\ 129 i

qren.Derkman, Mrs. Nealy McCon- ?..t Ii
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Chapman, Mrs. David Lawson, Mrs. "':::::r.:111I .
Robert Gillis and' Mrs. Cary Nat limit 1 -..4 I 're'serious about 35 mm .

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,-A red and white color theme wu used ..
in JJie-party decorations. There .. .. ., 'W; II .. ./I' II . a ., I d h rW
were red and white roses oaths punch CIMETIC59Cm L {i AVAILABLE fi'i'

table jjho.and favorite guests oa.the recipe were gift table.and asked advice., to write'their' on PUffS. r [ LIt 7FR/\\ L >' B 1, 5 .. ONLY


card for the honoree: . .. ."i i'' .. I: '.. i' It .. .
The guests included her mother
MM.. Ruby Howell ofr Starke aldsiter. :
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,., Mbl' Charlotte... Howell ,,of I
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Gainesville The, hostesses\ presented the. /, Cmpatre, 10 Curlty. II I 1 30%{Large,lnt'One prkit pei1 negative

fIonoree'with a electric mixer'as a
memento of the occasion.
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The Oren Drkmnns Cynthia NoSmlth.

ahrts Mr. J.D. York Stewart B.ck.ttC.l.brat.s 85th Have Rehearsal Dinner Lawrence Picard. Jr.Engagm .
Shower Honor..
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Derkman were .nt Told
Mrs James Douglas York, whose Birthday Sunday hosts at
a dinner
party Thursday
T.H. $lod
The *> event of March 6. his Mrs. Jeane NesSmith of Lake City
marriage was an Stewart W. Beckett celebrated ,, night for their son, thomm and of
Hold Family was complimented with a bridalshower 85th birthday anniversary with a;:,, fiancee, Susan Champion In the and James William NesSmith the engagement
Dinner Party on Saturday evening March cocktail-buffet party at his home on "''Fellowship Hall of the Madison Street Jacksonville announce of
-19, given by Mrs. Alan Baxter"t her Klnnslev Lake. Sunday afternoonThe Baptist Church before the couple's .1 J' and approaching marriage Melinda, to
home on Pinebreeza street. table, wedding their daughter. Cynthia
dining
antique room rehearsal.
Mr. and Mrs.. T.H..Slade entertain Gilford Ptcart" Jr., son of
of the Lawrence *
Following the opening The
many holding assorted nor 1'oeuvres en shaped dining tables were
Gilford
ed at a family dinner party Sunday lovely gifts, which were displayed in covered with a covered Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
at their home E. trees, and sweets, was with white cloths and held arrangements bland S.C.
night on call street Picard Sr. of Sullivan's ,
the family room, were invited birth-
guests lace cloth and centered with a of carnations gladiolus,
for their grandson,Tom Slade
,III and ,
MB fiancee, Linda Carter of Jackson Into the dining room to the refreshment day cake embossed with the,lettering : snapdragons, stock and }jack straw granddaughter.
table which was covered with "85th and IS more to go." pompoms in shades of lavender.
ville,,who will be united in Butler.
marriage'on NesSmith of Lake
lace insert cloth and centered with a Down 1
Saturday, March 2s. Among the guests, ,were Mr. ,. the'center of ea.h: table was a } 1 The wedding will take place June 25
spring flower arrangement. Finger lavender
Beckett's son and daughter-in-law : and white ribbon Interspers-
A colorful arrangement of mixed Catholic Church InSul.lvan'l
foods were served on silver trays Capt.and Mm.Stewart Beckett,Jr.; ;C."ed with lavender florets. At the head at Stella Marls .
flowers centered
the
table.spring dining Miss Regina Rasnick of Searcy, Ark.presided South"Plaitonbury Conn.i :his'"'table was a three-branch silver a bland, S.C. from, the
at the punch bowl. daughter, Mrs. Robert ,Yelverton of .candelabra and the side tables had. Miss NesSmith graduated
The Included and is
guests w.Mr. and of Florida In 1981
Am those attending were the Dettona,'and her daughter, Mm. Sonla single candle holden. JJr ; University
Carter of Naval
Mrs. Jacksonville parent honoree mother, Mrs. Gary Ki. and daughter,,Susanna* of; > i .During the dinner the now employed at Charleston
Vestey ;:. > couplepresented
bride-elect NeiSmlth
of the and members of the' ,Stephens and' grandmother, Mrs. Cynthia Shipyard as a Civil Engineer. She\is a. .
Maitland, representing five generations their attendants with
family In this area. per Lawrence Picard,Jr. member of the American Society of
Floy Thomas. of the.Beckett family(, sonal aifts. Naval Engineers


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Mrs. Mac Baldwin of Starke and'
her mother,' Mrs. Nell Pltkln of
Bonlfay returned Tuesday after a<
weeks visit with her brotherinlawand
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Med-
PECIALST1'
ford in Albuquerque, N.M. ,

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Mr.and Mrs. Frank Palmer,Sr.attended -
a family dinner party Saturday -
night at the home of their son and
family,Mr. and Mrs. Palmer,Jr. and
celebrated the birthdays of Frank Jr.
and son Hague.

Mrs. Charles Darby of Starke and
GRAN PRIX MULTI-BAND
Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Chambliss and
BRACK'S PORTABLE RADIO Miss Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville

CHOCOLATE COVERED 1A1I'WJ11..e. 24... spent the weekend with their niece,
ASSORTED Mrs. Robert McElrey In Winter
MARSHMALLGWELMER'S .'t, INSTANT ,' Haven and also spent Sunday at EP-

CREAM ITS EGG ART 1999 COT.Mr.

EGGS .oF' Inca o. to EASTER k and Mrs J.E. Hardy spent the

IACtIbeg.. :;:, .. ;t"I" WRAPP $ (::. Air & PI! weekend family' with Mr. their and daughter Mrs. DavidMendenhall and

/ I 'I in Atlanta. They were

.1'.09 .... tats e s also Joined by their son-in-law and
7W' .;. -.OP. .. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jordan.Mr. .
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.. :"1' 7' ::' KEYSTONE and Mrs. George W. 'Brown
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visited Mrs. Florence Brown and

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y e Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carter of St.
Petersburg spent the weekend with

-9A88 .. his parents, Mr. and Mrs., Maxie,
ROUND EASTER Carter, Jr.
REESE'SPEANUT .
._ BUCKET 1 Tele/molar. Mrs.J.H. Fields has returned after
BUTTER wlttl METAL 10 days visit with her sister,Mrs.Emma
r Tanner in Baldwin.
EGGS HANDLE ?
BM.1.M I'' b Ruckdeschel of
Miss Clare
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FALCON DECORATED Iasi;es s .
.... ,." DUHACE1LAAA ......, Michigan State University and her
1 PEANUT; 1 BUTTER : '1IIItJR'A: ( I : guest Miss Beth Staukus of Llvania.
-y ; BATTERIES ." Mich. are visiting her parents Mr.
EGG ; ; 99CF' MM Wt and Mrs. Barney Ruckdeschel this
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week and also joining the college

99', : crowds beaches.Mr. .at the Florida East..coast

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.and Mrs. John Shanbarger had
as out-of-town guests during last ,
r week: Mr. and Mrs. Luther Shea'i Y

.,.. ... .. n' .. ...... ,. ..........,.. -.,- ,,,. ....... -' .., 'OH "' ",. ....'". ,. '\'". .. ... ....."..... .- .... ,.- banger,Mr.and Mrs:Thomas WilsonMt..an4Mxs.John.
.Wilson MI.an4: I ,,
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"N' '1 l3DAl1PR-'iQ 4t:' Mrs.Paul McDermott and Mr. and }
SAVI GS! '
.iAXTIMEtSUPER iMT Mrs.Clyde Wineholt of York Pa. '-. f

Mr.: and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons of
F L +1Dtalrrosww / New Orleans will spend Saturday to
Thursday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J.E. Hardy.
DUO-TAMO
CASIO DICITRONCALCULATOR+ '
PORTFOLIOSHa Mr.:and Mrs.. George Miller spent
? the weekend with their son and family -
Maura
JM-1 ....Ti.ii- .... 4s- w Mr. and' Mrs. Jack Miller in
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and celebrated their
tlmit2packs Jacksonville

IMi Eil/N / grandBon,1jJimmy Miller's 19th birth-,

7,88 N 4/1'00 day.Mr

JH. Moncrief I
Q9K9KODE 'A : and Mrs. spent,
AC adaptor. ,t last Monday to Thursday with Mr.
la of!.lionel... ,' : and Mrs. J.S. Walker In Savannan.
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Nj" t Ga. The Moncriefs had as Friday I)
It overnight guests, Mr. and Mrs.David ;

I .ASSORTED SCRATCH PADS UnderUl Memphis, Tenn. 1
I' IIIZIS .... is*aa. '1: .\ I
SHARP DESKTOP t ..PlAIN M RULED INDEX CARDS FILE .r Mrs. Pat Jackson and Mrs. Bruce

DISPUTPRHITCALCULATOR Pats IF tae r I s-aogss' sa. GALAXY Scott and sons returned Tuesday after
9-INCH
ERASER MATE 2 ERASAIU PENS; .FOLDERS a weeks visit with Rev.and Mrs. Rick
,? Mo. tt. Umll 2 PACK. WINDOW, FAN' ,Jackson and daughter, Rachel, In
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ast.11ti', 8ss4 ,..- .ASSORTED CUSP ges 1.66 K a Chattanooga,.Tenn.
'4,1,er a ..... S ta_ sane W'k'M .. :
3999 L .WIRHOUND JlIOTEI8 AiJ::. J.f),!;!,rs 1 2599 z speess.. Capt. John D. Warren of US Naval
1 6 alai -l 'HUES '" .wra :, .. College, Monterey, Calif is at
E? ears 0C x 00 .. ..\, .. Mayport Naval Station for two weeks
4 fg gap'BEl. 2 L1 duty and visiting his parents,Mr.and J'
edeptor.'G16t' ./f1 YOUI Mrs.J.D. Warren here on weekends.
With A ,
cHose ......fl... s GALAXY 12"

Held over.from last :week:
OSCILLATING
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Mrs: John Stringer and daughtersof
FAN Pleasant Hill Ala. are visiting her
,reres parents Mr.ana Mrs. M.R.Judd Sunday

: to:Thursday.

2399 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live '

Oak and daughter, Cindy of
i Gainesville were Sunday visitors of
'' w Carrying "at'\dle Mr. and MrsAndy Jordan and Mr.
and Mrs. H-A- Lawson.
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: -Mfand Mrs: Charles Lawson of

GALAXY 48" "I Tallahassee were last Wednesday andThursday
CEILING i FAN guests of Mr'and Mrs.H..A.;
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4 K & S 2r WOOD BLADES Lawson.

VINY STRAP :SELF-PROPELLED also :(', Mr.,'and Mrs. Mark Trbnpey and'i

LAWN fMN TUBE LAWNMOWEB > > -.-',a= ion of Tampa spent the weekend with,
vm o "
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'fi..PACK 4 -OUAHTCOOLER her parents, Mr. and Mrs.:W.s. Haas
,* 'rt1111-t.as ,.lass, & T '
CODUR' CHESTECKERC CasH. .1ft99 Mr, and Mrs..Jerry' Dyal. visited
111 3peed. their IOU and daughter-in-law Mr.and
... ..;... Mrs. Buddy Dyal and son in Odom,:(
: I : ; 15999. Ga. on Sunday.- .
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2ra. } Mrs. Earl M Dam 1 of Brunswick,

......,'; ,.,',: : ....... ,....,;; :WssNdebrp, Ga.spent Gilbert Wednesday Goldwire.to Sunday withMrs. '


-. Mr.and Mrs.J.C.Hobbs visited Mr!
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9 tti 8. SaiR P gocc thru SaL March ZBtIL and Mrs. Richard Hobbs and son in'
I IIIE M TS T041ilttTIT1ES.. tA Jacksonville Sunday,.on,the baby's'' N
()CRSSNG ? first birthday
'S SYSTEM 2,: ] .. : ,\
'ft'- r Mrs. J.a.Jackson and sister-in-law"
..'"'r TWICE THE PWNTS'> T; Mrs/ Bernice Kennard of Gainesville
iadfGfd'Sq'. Shopping Center returned last Thursday from a weeks'
.
.. TWICE THE FILM -- '. visit with Mr. and Mrsv John Sawyer''
., ..... THE GUAHANTIE' w!,r: t\\, :.f : r'(.:; 1 'SiWalnut,Street *Clarke ., y;'I" I,;':!' In Atlanta,Mr.and Mrs.Bobby ken.'
TWICE: .
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Reddiulu ;
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.Just when the Tornado baseball 2-for-J. doubled borne John Bennett
team needed a lift sophomore Doug and Francis. Samons Gets tlewardtt. for Pitching Gem....
Samons tossed 3-hltter at The only Hurricane tally off Charles Francis, 101'\.1ft' baseball "'uprf n"' of sorts congratulated Tornido -
Gainesville High School in his first Samons came In the third when the I pitcher: ..( 18) after Samons beat Gainesville.
vanity start Tuesday. Sanions' con- only man he. walked scored from third y Tuosday picture( the g \) : to be your agent/'
trol pitching (Just one walk) keyed a on a balk i Also In the taken right after Simons threw a groundout to end the
6-1 district victory over the 'Canes Waters was 2-2 at the plate for BUS. game, are from,left Tony Dlggi, Handy Alvarei. Shane Johnson, and Darrall
: that snapped a 4-game losing slide for Before Tuesday night the Tornadoes Waper; ,
BUS and put the Tornadoes at +.., 2-1 had lost a couple close ones.

in the district beading into a 7:30: Last Wednesday In Keystone .. ... ., ,, .. ... .. .. .. ..... ... .. ... ., .. . .. .
home game with Baker County Thursday Ronald Harper fanned 8 Tornadoesand .r ,. ..w. .. ... .-. . . .. .. .. '-
night. March 24. threw a S-hitter as the Indians : '
BUS didn't hit much Tuesday, topped BHS 4-2. yI1PS. SPRING SPECIALS
managing Just t hits, but they hit ear Helping the BUS defense was catcher .
ly, with 4 singles by Andy Chan Jim- Robert Carver, who threw out 3
my Schoening Mike Waters, and Indian runners trying to steal second,
Samons In the first providing a 3-run 2 In the 4th Inning. n 61218Azalea 1313.13
opening inning for Bradford.And with 'At Palatka Friday BUS led from the jr) :
Samons In control all the way, striking 3rd on after plating two runs. But &. Camellia Lawn Fertilizer
out 2 and getting 13 groundouts, Palatka scored twice In the bottom of
the early runs were all BHS needed. the last to pull out a 3-2 win.
"He threw strikes," was the reason "In both games we played well," Fertilizer I $ 5 30
for Samons' success as BHS coach Hartley said. "We hung in there. The & -- 50 ID.
Mike Hartley saw it. "Doug doesn't whole problem was we had people in I ) $ 550
throw hard but the way he throws the scoring positions and couldn t get the 50 Ib
ball moves and they were hitting it on base hits." ? ? Round-Up
the ground and it wasn't going aai aw t ian a
anywhere." .,. -i, aai xa > t a Argentina Bahai Weed killer$25.0Qqt
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After Bradford's scores in the W.IIa < ) t,
first- a run by John David Francison 1s.ChaflBI. SN P kb '
a passed ball, and two more on RBI lnai.Ci .ir an aai a tr 3, 1.20 50 Ib bag
singles by Waters and Samonsthe Ma t.1.57 .
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defense.They did add one insurance run in s.M..JC.a, aai aai 1 I 1 I 5-10-15 Carpet
the third when Waters singled and _......... in lat .. a a 1Harper ip3.I
scored on an error and two more in w (4-2) 1.Scheming, 11.1' (IK),
n- Fender .Sl.) Evarta Kl Slngletary Garden Fertilizer Grass Seed
the fourth when Chaff who was Hardee(K).
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I Northside Baptist Church 'Tourney;;;: Starts FridayNorthside I lb. lb.

Introducing..... 15% Brood Mare

Baptist Church will be hosting the first local Softball tourna- Horse Feed
ment this weekend- 6-team men's church event at Edward's Road field in KSoftball Super Pellets 9% fiber
Starke running Friday night through Saturday. < 14% Golden Sweet Feed
r 1st Presbyterian, Grace Baptist, 1st Baptist,Air Park Baptist, New River Simco Saddle Sale
Baptist, and Kingsley Lake Baptist, all Starke teams, are entered. ', with 7.5'fiber''
Play opens Friday night at 7 p.m. with Grace meeting 1st Baptist followedby \ SpotlightThe
an 8:15: game between Air Park and New River. Tired of Wet Feet? Rubber Boots on Sale AU Sizes !
I Picking back up at 9 a.m. Saturday morning 1st Presbyterian meets the I
winner of game one with Kingsley Lake playing the game two winner at -
10:15.: Silver Queen Corn Purple Knuckle. Hulls l

I I Games go all day Saturday with the first final set for 6 p.m. and the "Ifi next,time out Clay again had to rally to beat the Area Merchants of the
i necessary game at 7:15.: Hawthorne-Waldo area 9-7. Down 6-5 in the top of the 7th Clay got con- All Your Garden Seeds Seed Potatoes
secutive hits by Matt Hull, Brown, and Donald Wheeler after BiURatliff
i., reached on an error. All 4 scored and Clay held on for a 9-7 win.
*Clay Employees Win KII Tourney,.. Area Merchants came back through the loser's bracket but Clay came outon 8 Soil 99C
The first time out for the Clay Employees Industrial division Softball team top again, this time 8-5 as Brown went 4-4 and slugged 3 homers qt. Potting,
r turned out to be a good one last weekend as Clay took first place in a tourney For the weekend Claude Hardee led Clay Employees with a .843 average, 20 lb. Soil 1.50
put on by Florida Poly in Keystone last weekend. followed by Elder .571, Brown .533, and Wheeler and Bostic ..487.Brown's bag Potting
Using timely hitting, late rallies, and a couple of defensive gems, the Clay final game output won him the Home Run trophy: .with 4 homers.
team won four straight to win the tournament.

I Clay topped Glass House of Gainesville 11-6 In its opener as Dwight Elder t'Starkettes Try 3O-lnnlngs.Saturday... Farmers Mutual Exchange I
went 3-for-3. Then came back-to-back comeback games.
Down 11-4 against Carter's Stripers, a team that included many of the old Weather permitting the Starkettes girls 13-15 year old Softball team will be 2226 ,N. Temple Ave., Starke, R?32091;
Gainesville Tire bunch.Clay rallied. to win,scoring 3 in the bottom of the 7th playing the equivalent of about 4 games Saturday they put on their first ....t.t. J .Ao"'T h '964.7e71''''fu",, ..
I ,toy! 12-11. i.e.&bffi: / tingle scored Glen !':.tanley... ... with the winna:. ., annual tnning "Play-A-Thop", to raisemoney.ttta.flrf flitch If scheduled ju t :
: run"S nley w1 and 3'runs.1. { ; "'to'be:delivered a"b.matatedsyj! ; >rn inR'a4Pgt4<(.h "'.++1"1att2'R1f: T
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I BHS tennis coach Jerry McGriff ,_e.s.1....1 &.10.C vo.lHIl(<*>Ill
I knew Lake would undoubtedlyhave (......-I I..'....' '
City 1> Craig Sapp (B) d. Bankhantt. ... I) Ferguson (LI 4. Robert..... 1)) Marts(L) d.Foitar .
the toughest teams his netters Breton(PI d.Jell JohnaonH,1-.. II K vtn John .... Strickland ILl '". L. Clark t*. 4)
would see in the regular season and (Bl d. 1-4.7-4,7-4.4) Cooley (P) d. Greg Robinson ILl d.T.Clark S4.a)Atwood Winkler. OFLGuYq
he hit the nail on the head as the Clara.. "I-t.a> Wilkaa (P> d.Tommy Crosby*-l, ...

visiting Tigers aced the BUS boys 7-0 (- -. ....
and the Tornado girls 6-1 at the Brad- 1) _r......'till d7 Cravaa-Ivea'M. .l
ford courts Tuesday afternoon. 1)SappJohmon (B) d. IIInit........'.I) Atwood-Wtffenbach ILl Only win of the day for BHS came in ooley-WUkea (P) d...IoJ1na.ClarkH.pco..1 .

number one doubles where Faith _
Roberts and Cheryl Foster beat LakeCity's .. .. ELECTROLUX '
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team 8-3 to I) Faith Roberta (Bl i Wood M,.!.3)Cheryl
reserve stay ... ... Now In'
Foster(lB. d. Krause a) Laragaod P) d. f
unbeaten. Lori Clark M, 0-s, a.. 4) Tracta Clark IB d.
Top ooys singles player Craig Sapp N_.... ... 5))Tammy Dampaay (Bl) d. MoClendoo Keystone Heights, .
: saw a 7-4 lead slip away against Lake F7,... Starke, Melrose
City's Craig Broome as Sapp absorbed B 1II Woood-Krause Interlachen and
Robarta-Foater ( ) d. 14.1)Donna I
.. his first loss of the year at number Parado-Clndy Winkler (B) 4 LaragaectNamomatl. surrounding areas. i II' ..w't uYq

i, one Last singles.Wednesday the Bradford Your home is the best plactto Make a qualifying deposit to a ) s4b'J t
Wu ca,',w*a.... r h odi i iea
teams match at Palatka with we're better; a
io split a ) see why new of existing savings account a
the girls whipping their Panther 1) Brooms (L) B.ppppf1. n Oaorga (L c 1
CallBarbara
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i i counterparts S-l but Palatka edging Johnson M. a> (L> d John M. 4) ; or new / s )cii' I
the BHS boys 43. (ILl) 4 Clark.. .. rite.. .(U d. Crosby 1-.. Flanders .}/' 'choose. your gift of Fortune. ,; ity,n9naba,7

i 5 Roberts, Foster, Trade Clark, and II Braoma-Knight Ci.: ) d.'SappJohnaon ... 1). 473-7737 .''JCeramic $ .; I.
Tammy Dempsey scored singles wins TunaU-riaa) 4 Johna-Andy LilUwlaar M. fortune F'detal has.tr.JI'1eIYci1atputyouf c f r
3 for BHS and both doubles went Brad- money t worK\ ,earning interest for yoa)We also haves, 1 !
1 ford's way with Roberts and Foster Classes & variety of gHl:premiums that make depositing year
winning at number one and the young Shop CLOSED money vwtn us wen lID'IinterestII1g.Bymakinga' ; .. 'ii !
1 team of Donna Parado and Cindy ,at MONOAY qualifying deposit you may take home one of thesa ', ., \ .,' .
S useful premiums me or at a tow discount price as ..
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Winkler the number two f
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= match. CAM-21 CERAMIC SHOP f> shown in the chart Drop by one of our convenient ,. t.'.e. O' ",)IJ I 1
offices:! .MJU will find financial service and a j
Tracie Clark. Dempsey, Parado .
i and Winkler are all freshman in the SR 21- 5 miles North of Keystone Heights 'f( handsome gift. tp suit!your/ .prods .

I young bunch that keeps surprising GREENWARE BISQUE FINISH MATERIAL > ti _..._..,___.. """ .Iff c
McGriff. The girls are 4-1 on the .. '' '. .
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season now. ?8."S FREE CLASSES 1 ;: _._._ 1:'.aWrl'Y.......'....05,5_ .eaa.Y..WM --: \:,:, j
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: doubles team of Kevin Johns and 5-9 fL .f' ,: : ;
Classes & Thursday Night pm
: Greg Clark lost 9-8 in the match that Tuesday feEF reE M[ left 1
: swung the close decision in Palatka's For More Information Can 473-2578 __ 'feEE. '. I, !
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I in his three-set singles victory lA,.,.... Fe 10,0 I, 1 I
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Bill boys track at Florida Ralayl Nonhelda m-na eaureh -,..., oaana )500055S.tiwd.y .
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Buchholz 104 and Santa Fe 17-2 last
JONES Mtstt.aslrts'eaasf '"' rc week ,as theBHS girls upped their
FUNERAL HJ- ..
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..... I' x'r : ,,' ', ;" Consistent Kathy Diggs smacked 0
Funeral-Directors r- , ; : .,' "? I"; : Y hits,. in 7 at bats.In last week's two
'I Harold Johnson and Sieve Ftttch ,j', games and most of the starting lineup
;: fell In line in the hitting parade as the

''Tlme and service have honored the flame JONES iTONERAC HOME; with two locations to serve you: Hwy Irish atCypresgAve : BHS girls totaled 21 base hits in the

in Keystone Heights. phone 473-2178 and 514 E. Nona St. in Sbrfke, phoMr9B4200. x victories.
*or years JONES FUNERAL, HOME lias served all the people or this area reliably and wef l.They relieve you of all Tuesday at Westside field Bradford
worry and responsibility and by sympathetic cooperation bring comfort in the hour of distres ,.Their service supplies the buried Santa Fe 16-"; In a 5 inning
Consoling thought that the final tribute to your loved ones has been both beautiful and fitting ,: >'; ,. -" ; r game shortened by the 15-run rule as
When a funeral director must be called, may we Buggest that you place thin firm in charge. They will relieve' out of all 'y.,1'' 9 Lady Tornadoes scored in the bot-
the many details that must be taken care of and at the same time do everything according W your desires,'. e r the fourth.
A..M In this 1963 43usinesa and Professional ir-UBMMI, we,the editors, UlUHVHMgUnKIV refer our readers W JONES FUI'ERAL; t All 10 starters hit safely at least
HOME and suggest that you call them when in need of a funeral director And remember, they maintain the confidence. once Diggs was 3-for-3 with a Mashed double
and trust you have placed in them with personalized service.' .;: 4 runs batted In and 2 runs;
"r (Brown 3-4 with a double, 3 RBI's, and
3 runs; Lisha Long 2-3 with 2 runs and
KEYSTONE.AUTO:PARTS an RBI; Lisa Blackshear and Vonda i
Kay Hall both 1-2 with 2 RBI's and 2
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.Complete Line OC' I". !$ runs each Marla Reddish 1-2 with a

Parts-Supplies and Accessories j. score; Myra Cummings 1-3 with 2
runs batted in; Val Hamm 1-2 with a
Machine Shop Services: ? .;. ; double,2 runs, and 2 RBI's; Kay Allen
1-3 ,with 2 runs and an RBI; and
When yoU need auto Parts; machine shop services or racing and customizing equipment in a hurry;, do what leading i Hitting the Ball on the Ground... Melanie Wood 1-3 with a run wvtraH
garsge owners, repairmen and do-it-yourselferjt:' have been, doing, for some time,,.see, your friendly,personnel at In the 104 win over Buchholz, in
KEYSTONE Lady Tornado leftflelder Maria Reddlt ball in Pradford's
AUTO PARTS! raps the easy'girls which Bradford piled up 8 of its runs
Easily: accessible at Hwy;'P21'North in keystone Heights;.phone.473-351 (parts)'or'473-2469" (machine shop), this Softball win over Santa Fe Tuesday. in the first two Innings, Diggs was 3-4
reliable parts and supply house carries a complete line of parts supplies andaccessories for all makes and models ofn.i.ir with 2 run and 2 RBI's; Hamm 3-4
foreign or domestic autos.' ;tsar weD laid out fully stocked parts department and efficient personnel assure you of a 'with a runs; Hall", and'bth;; Brown

slop whenever you need parts at. reasonable prices* Can KEYSTONE AUTO.PARTS, first}.,You won't have to call and. Cummings added 2 hits with
anyone else, -" Cummings, providing 3 RBI's and 3
Need machine shop aervlce i, custom accessories or speed equipment?yOur friendly'KEYSTONE!; AUTO PARTS house runs.
has that too. In fact, they offer everything you need to make your car look and run it's best.,.?, ;j xt home game for the BHS girls
The writers of this 198i: Business and Professional Hi-Lltea recommend to all our readers that they visit KEYSTONE will be another district encounter

AUTO?,PARTS today r and i ,discover: what leJec\-lo.. and professional service; is all about!,, i, .,s( against. Live Oak at 4 p.m. N
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Locally Owned and Operated By Now you HAH Block prapM you 's.sdl..deh/. .sw .n s ii
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L. Collins oomptat return iMdy.... *lm .nd mttwh SERVICE
Henry : m you ..... out out rioof. With/ w.w. 100chanQM
In tlw IM t I.ws and"'"".,.Ineludbig two and .
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'"Wouldn't It be nice to be able to take your car t tar-j just one place for all of your' repair work?'In this area there Is such a n.w ..hart tern.nd r..w d.dued.rr, Ha .Pentecostal Apostolic! \
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place and we're talking about KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE With complete garage facilities located off Commercial tkiw Mock's MM!1040A.morwy.TMMwmtom.. .-.to|p aHrvtee.t awf.you. CARPETCLEANING- ':: .Sabbath.AssemblySEiIV1CEL10Ot1
; Circle In Keystone Heights phone 473-1032,this is one.f tile area's leading repair stiio e.Just. ask anybody They'll tell -
you that this is the ONLY atop you need to make on your way to worry-frea driving!\; ,:IC.Ej: H&R BLOCK : am Saturday
_I From front ends:to brakes to tune-ups this Is one garage which has the i equipment, parts and skills to repair or replace" .
most any part that may malfunction, with these glowing recommendations behind them KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE -,..,...-. --..Ba.......- I Insured .' :.7:30 pm Tuesday
has'established the type of reputation that other shops may be envious of, but just cannot compete with In terms of service County Road 230A Starke
and quality. If you want it done right the first time bring it to KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE! Starke Keystone Heights 473-2347 Phone 473-2442
So, when you need ANYTHING done to your car,see the best..first.The writer! of this 1963 Business and Professional 964 M. Tempi Keystone Shops No 3 '
Hi-Lltea suggest that it's.the only: stop you'll: have to make I 964-8288 473-3648 473-3920 latin. Cars,PMtar MWttcmrn f,


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'Complete tree care is their business with trees so vital to our present day ecology: they strive for preservation' thru ,r'\ HOSPITAL'" ,
pruning, dead-wooding mistletoe removal bracing and cablingvcavity repair and drilling and feeding.. ; ; ;
i .Dead or dying trees can cause considerable damage a even present a threat to life in the,event of a storm.: Don't let 1 '
this hazardous situation threaten your property and safety,"Removal of dangerous trees is a. specialty of SAPP'S TREE DediQated I to: providing the finest medical care that modem science 111 capable, NORTH FLORIDA REGIONAL -;! G
SURGEONSiR1ao, tree atumpa. can___be, .eliminated. .by.. njaohinery'i_Eii \ 'jvj.': l i, ", ;' ,; y,.1..,***i 8';"*-j: *'" <*1...j ':'fl-.I t'i Sir' OtSPITAL!, Is lureU kntrven, as A major factor in Ute growth and !developmeht of Jhe Communtty:''thll! tespe ed llspital I j
;..;,Vt..III1'h'Wiila?? 1. ? : f serviced trtee for mtirethsri 30 years4nd that :y bcdpctntiinent.inaarinB; for the health qlloc.r residenta. '.. '.,iearanow: aDd Ii widely:.acclaimed.. tor its staff of it p r
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.?, ticust. !! f EE SURGEONS,to tatt c NTofy: -Ut"tt'M.IIfi. i specialists In many fields. ,' '. f .r'I" '/''\ :'" :,'. .,' ::r' .t kI t., .-
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Free stlmat -are given ftt Y convenience.. ,T'r' Call S78-17CS and arrange for an appointment or'stop by 2025 N.w.fith St: In Gainesville, Compare the prices and com from outpatient to surgical to specialties. There is no better place to receive the type,of care that only modern
pare the services,'Terms are offPred and ev.r.Job; is completely Insured, Let the professionals at SAPP'S TREE medical science can provide. -
SURGEONS take care.of your tree needs.. .-. "- '.' NORTH FLORIDA REGIONAL HOSPITAL recognizes aU third party payors and has credit plans available. It's one
This 1983 Business and Professional Hi-Lites' and its writers recommend; SAPPS. ; TREE!: SURGEONS for complete tree hospital which la staffed with skills and run with con ssion. ,

care.. Call' today for an estimate. You'll ba glad you dldt. .. .i ;. .. "l") ._.;,< : ,}, '. ,/, In be compiling able to list this and 1983 recommend Business and such Professional an outstanding Hi-Lites facility of.leading as NORTH community FLORIDA members REGIONAL,we1, the HOSPITAL.! authors are pleasedto

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Free, Delivery. .to Bradford V.u. Residents ,,. e 'One of the most delightful Malls serving our area la the OAKS MALL U l
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SPEN: CHEMICAL, SUPPLY'features a complete llm of maintenance: ) supplies and equipment for business'i''n- familiar and J popular; with the people and Is the place where you can feel at home are shopping. Its friendly at- 1
dustrial and residential use Their line of maintenance supplies includes restaurant supplies,specialty chemicals,paperrOducIl..1Iaie. mosphere which predominates at all times has placed this Mall in an individual WhileW itself and can well be termed
.....doodoriwrs and janitor supplies, Their !line of maintenance-equipment includes. brooms' 'Shopping Headquarters for'this entire area." That much discussed word." .finds true expression in tile.
: mopS; buckets: ,wringers and rug and carpet.machines".? \\1. ... >) -' friendly atmosphere that envelopes every customer of this popular Mall.' .- / '
,This firm is one of the leaders of its kind in this area amfhas built its reputation upon years pf service;satisfaction and Each store in the Mall is managed by well trained personnel and the merchandise selected!j so that all goods. will be
the I&CIKlllllillof MS many satisfied customers. Having been in this line of business Ears number years,management the latest that the market affords In style design material and quality. ,' .-" .' .- ,'. .
of SnHlcIfCHEMICAL,SUPPLY knows the demands of his customers and lurnishea quality praduct5TMat; reasonable ;This 1983 Business and Professional Hi-Lites and Its editon suggest that you do business with' this reliabl.MaU which
prices.'*-* I>; '' -' Z < *'' has the Interest of every customer at heart. It. .'
people everywhere prefer- doing business with them j because: they know 'they.UII be treated fairly.'U; : haI often been t.f3'-'' .

said that buiinew goes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated. That accounts: avery large measure for '
the succaw nd popularity' of SPENCE;, CHEMICAL SUPPLY located,at 2332 N.E.>TU> Terrace Jn Gainesville! phone; : COMPUTERIZED APPLICATIONS::
STa-Zltfc K:' tVi*? *Hw''>',*vli ji ,fi ; S"rj; : y &.. In thflnlte Business and Professional Hi-Lites, we.'theplannera of it, in making mention of the reliable concerns in our J/tir' We Are Interested in Clients '. '
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"ewder kEYsTONE JEWELERS long ;Specializing in quality Xerox computers featuring sales, service and supplies is the job"that COMPUTERIZED.
M ja indiai-mabJe to every community 01 taste and l reflnement hal. ., 'i ITPLICATIONS has undertaken for the betterment of the community..Located at 3417 S.W. 40th Blvd. in Gainesville, phone
been 4tablishectias:) the'al'.a'a1 ding jeweler and one trip to this well-stocked store will show YQU whyl t r*S72-8700.They feature printers,disk drives, software monitors, diskettes, modems and other supplies.These computersare
'Legated on Florence Blvd. In Keystone Heights, phone 473-4ITl,this reliable merchant features jewelry of all types and this entire region in business in education and for personal use and games.
the prevalent snood is QUALITY I At this fine shop Jou'U always.find diamondsf watches,pins, and other.artIcles of With in use outstanding throutJiout! recommendations from their customers this well knownflnn has won the support of businessmen

jewelry with the kind 01 value you can seel' : 'feature'oie''are J' /' ,' :'r. '5 diamond Band other commuun ty-minded citizens throughout the area It's one of the regions leaders in the computer: Industry'
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wedding and !engagement and their high standard of business practices won
The writers of this iaaBusines and Professional Hi-Liles urge everyone!, : to; make this respect jeweler their first stop flr businesses!(Their qualified from all products over The residents of the area can be justifiably proud to have such an outstanding firm located in ,

for value and quality) .,' the community ... .
11 -*l I'i .>. i 1 COMPUTERIZED APPLICATIONS contribution to the regions economy and their devotion to only the very finest in
f of this 19B3 Business and Professional Hi-Lites to give them our unconditional recommen-.
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.Oainesvile! phone ; !.ot ,, P\ t 'Enjoy \the sp.dQ\l8luxury of mobile i home}living| from COMMUNITY; MOBILE HOME!:SALES located I3thSt

'. $pecialbsta:In tK-'us': aluminum;copper; lead and aU nOr..l'm-o. a ecology known 1ICI'9 vard. will pay cash by in Gainesville phone 371-3939" .- and value.! ,. 3
service to the to when make it a beautiful mobile homes, known for their quality "
metals ell aU t VfIiII'r.doin8{ 8 you wWThey feature '- '
the pound or ton for turn be able to find just the home? tailored to your desires, iney oiier many noor
to take aU excess melSl to GAWK RRcYCLYNG.INC for ncmlhlityi In .sell materials to foundrle,and /.: From their large selection In stock you'll .
point converted back products again. 1 Ity: an excellent! way! to help the environment andthTnTwthors arrangements your family needs. '
useful plan
other places where thew' into ...This dealer bas a fine'reputation for fair dealing' and you can be assured that they will make an honest deal with you at

1 '';this IMS Business and Professional( Hi- Jte4 would;; like Uconimemf( ,'this well known firnt for 'theirsignificant 1-:the terms you need to fit your budgets,After the sale Is final, they will stand! behind their sale agreements and their pro-

cott: 'tbution,) to the ecology of the local.regionsWESCOAST' '".\,), '{(" h, ,,,! 1 ,1..ff -: 1 PUTake the the time totlok'thr'ougn' their many beautiful models en display.'II you have not'looked at'mobile' homes for
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))J .\ ,.. .h."ji< 1 /0' \! f ," ', '.. "I, .' Investigate the many money saving advantages of owning a mobile home You'll, like the friendly way jrou are ,
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Bradford All Sport Club's Fall 7 4 t r
II Winter sports .banquet held last 1.

week Club.at the Marks Golf and Country' / p,.

Pictured above are boy trophy
recipient: sitting, from left. Jack
Brown Curtis Jones. Tom fierce '\
/ tCxS Richard Warren, and Tony a
William Standing from 4 I IAN
Carter, Sam Norman. Michael H { Y
r McDuffle Roland Coleman, Kenny
Wright Wade Wldeaer, Cecil N j y y '
Wright, and Emmett Watkins
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from left, Patricia Slocum, Lorraine
._ ___ Baas, and Unda DeWIU. And Standing _
: "" from left Marla Reddhh.V_ e y4 ; I

vLt.x td 'h" I da Kay Mall,,and Michelle Klmutii.. '

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I Tornado Athletes, Cheerleaders Honored at All Sports Club BanquetBradford I


High athletes In 8 Fall and Winter on the athletic front for BHS. more than any year since 1978,and a* (any sports) and. we're gonna go full Reading from notes Dun Mosf Valuable. Maria Reddish. Most
Winter season sports were honored at Tornado basketball coach Mike many. the last three years combined speed ahead." can pointed out that the BUS girls, Improved.
the second All Sports Club banquet of Sexton for one had plenty to smile ,Sexton also pointed out that theJV Girls volleyball coach Inet Dlgas, who took 5th in the Region without a sere rurally. .....*,..*"> Emmett
the year last Thursday. aboutcalling the '82-83 season one team tutored by nephew Bill Sexton the first coach to pass out awards senior on the roster never finishedout Watkins, Most Valuable (chosen by
Packed in the Starke Golf and Counthat "put Bradford High basketball won more than the BHS "B" squad also had the opportunity to brag with of the top 10 during the season players), and Most Assists, Cecil
try Club away from the rain athletes back on its feet. We Clayed some good has been able to in quite a few ears. her girls finishing with 13 win and 8 Also, varsity cheerleader sponsor Wright Rebound Leader. Gary
and cheerleaders enjoyed a barbecue: basketball (finish ), and losses. "They were like sponges seeking ': ,Barbara Brown Introduced her squad Carter Shooting Leader. Sam Norman
chicken meal and then were praised played some exciting games." "But then I understand .n'his information," she said of the girl and the JV cheerleader. BHS girls' Sportsmanship (voted by
for what turned out to be a pretty good Noting that the varsity team won uncles were outstanding players so he squad. basketball coach Gayle Lee introduced team). .

has that good basketball. the girls team wrestling coach wmHinr Michael McDuffle, Most
\ \ n v Trrr/ background," Sexton quip 32 weightlifters were Introduced by Dick .Russell brought forward the Outstanding Most Reverses, ,Most
On a more serious said coach Jimmy Prevatt who then wrestlers and Bill Sexton introducedthe Takedowns, and Most Pins. Tom
basketball is back at BUS and thanked his "assistant coach"coach -' JV cagers. Pierce Hustle Award. Most. Improved -
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL predicted even better things in the Rune for helping out. Rune A* always, plenty-of award were Anthony Williams. '
future. Later Bradford athletic director aid BHS could be in the top two or passed out; including trophies to all WvtsMHHng.. Kenny Wright Most
David Hurse said the Tornado three in class 2A weightlilftlng. the seniors Outstanding.. Roland, Coleman Most
athletic cycle In general is starting to statewide next season. Improved.
j make an upturn and principal Jim Cross Country coaches George Award Winners 'In the Various Bay Cress: Co toy-c Curtis Jones,
jI Duncan also promised plenty of BHS Loper and Buddy Revels missed the sports were as follows: Most Outstanding.. Wade Widener
victories in the offing. banquet because of Leper's illness Wrfa voa.,... "Lorraine Bass Most Most Improved.
I "We're. on the way at Bradford (see related article) but Duncan In- Valuable. Pat Slocum Most Improved. OWa Cr M Cmmtry Linda DeWitt,
High with athletics" Duncan.said. troduced the boys ,and girls cross: Most Outstanding. Michelle Kimutis,
HI-CITES ve're not going to drop. anything" ,' country squads. OiHa, .......,...11. ,Vonda Kay Hall,!, Most Imttroyed.I ; .


I Weekend Competition Fierce For BHS Track, '& Field';Teams I


I POWELL'S BEAUTY ACADEMY' Saturday the BBS boys and coach: Chiefland (43.35): .,Vanguard ((43.83J. "to '
only place. She also qualified for the a chance run, because she took w
1, Buddy Revels went to the Knights of and Forest (".IS)) finals of the 200 meter but didn't get, ,before the lnals.tmotnso.coua.wri .
"Established 1965"Day Columbus meet in Ocala while thegirls In the mile relay BHS was 6th'with I
and/or Evening Classes were taken to the Lady GatorRelays a 3:30.98 time as Eric Lane and Brad
by assistant basebaU coach: Russell both zipped to 440 splits under Ma.a
ls.o.e)
II Learn the secrets of award hair at POWELL'S BEAUTY Keith Tetstone who was helping out 52 seconds. Lake Weir won the race '_ ( __ .. __ __ ,_
winning styling In absence. -----. ,.a. *m ntfft i) Nona_ ......... .) BRADFORD
ACADEMY: the area's leading beauty school.: Loper' The'going, 'was. with a 3:24.04: time.Brook.villeHernando. (en.-..* ..* ) 441(KUS8EU,LANK,BANKS JONES).
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Yes, a career in the exciting world of cosmetology can be yours.Stop in at 219 rugged in both meets. won the 44* 1) Parker (Santa r.).IS... '..-., BraMaBHS
team title with Ocala Forest, Lake !- "h- v 1> SoMt. (Chtaf) n-11 .. : ( )11.1" Loonl.Hamilton (BUS WJL*at aa
:.\ NW loth Ave. In Gainesville,or call 378-2766,to find out more about this wonderful Bradfordmanaged (BHS) 1HI, Brad RIMMU (BHS) la-ll Pas ,_ 1) 1Iobt rein Eaataida ...... Dnrajm.
At Ocala the ,
) They also feature salon services for both and only spots Weir Chiefland. and Gainesville! (BUS) in .
opportunity complete men = Mfk 1)) winning Jump 10 Tyaon (BItS) 45:15.: MM I) Nogu.ru Ocala OLJoim
women by trained students who are all supervised by qualified Instructors. to place in were in the 100, Bastside buncheJ closely behind. f)Welta(Faust='.MMFMI II William ) !:IT.I..,Nato CoIoty 18118/:31,Tory,0....
; It's a great way to enjoy security and employment for the rest of where sophomore Antonio Jones took BHS was outgunned at the Lady fDunDalloftr,47-1*. '..... |M* 1)'Moor (NMarinXM. (BHS I:41 aM...*..i I)_.:4.....
your ...MUM(BHS 4M.Lana(BHS 44 Bradford Retort BaLamy, Frank Allan, MID.
6th and in the 440 and mile relays Gator Relays which drew high school
: working days. Many of the graduates of this fine school .
are now independent iw M>i-*.ii l)Wlilt(SanU r ) 14 V Kanny.Wright 'Curtl s Jon IM7 1:0.w) -; .
1 hair stylists with their own shops, their own customers and their own pride! Revels ,said the, 4x110 unit could 'standouts, from as far' away as In- (BHS) 17.7, ItaWiyn TjM ("'iiJ) Sow7w tVa. I) ( ) MW:.. twrtj. Bank.BHS .
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Modern scientific teaching mnhods. the latest equipment, visual aid and have hernia the race for third ftt SwtIf l> Scott Hamflami* t,1"I'.uRfKIO"' ( ) .5ee.up afc5d.ncaa Ml Maala. 4MtMrU .
not for same shoddy Wickwortt.AS Itwas lJuBioatl ri i Bdhool record Ii l ioliler ;;a.Nn6 tarts)_''__('')a set: ae.4obi(5raaiw.b.JIII" MM.ntap
instructors make POWELL'S
professional BEAUTY ACADEMY a great placeto Hawkins\ l BTM! HlMMll (anal 10 ft avtat I) Hbalharly, I) taka weir I:*04,.. u BRADFORD .: ..
BUS settled for 44 20 time and. Pam in the
a 6th 100
learn. The low tuition rates, being state accredited and approved for VA placed (Braikn'UJ' 4'U.7... ToW Davis (BHS) 5:35,, (BR1XAMY. RUSSKLI., 15.5, LAMB MJ.-A
training are just some of the reasons why you should check into this fascinatingcareer. 5th behind North Marion .(43.11' meters with a U.2 time for Bradford'sYouth : Nat Cotay (BUS) S:47. Calyla Thomas (BHS) JONES M mi. ; *

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1 residents to consider the many advantages of being a professional hair stylist Umpires

and recommend this academy as the, place to prepare yourself. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO Clinic March.30 .

Hwy 18 W. ft W.llln"IM.ln'( 'A clinic for umpire in:the Dixie BHS 'Sports" ", :

KEYSTONE PRINT SHOP Pastor George Watson and Youth baseball leagues has been set ,, Buddy
The Congregation Invite You to., for Wednesday night, March 30, starting
Come and With UsswaiySckMl. at 7 p.m. at Pratt Street Field in To Thrive '
Complete Printing Service Worship ; r'I coning
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Locally Owned and OperatedBy Mtatte .. .,. ... .. ,.7Pat LOST: '* i '.. 1
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QUALITY SERVICE! That's the main product at KEYSTONE PRINT SHOP w/light blue eyes !SJort.'E\fito ; _

where the customer always receives the best in quality printing.At STARKE See -Lost A Found" '; ., .
their new location in Keystone Heights at 140 Commercial dr., phone !
473-3444, this print shop offers some of the very finest printing anywhere!) Thisis CHURCH OF GOD Ctatitfled Section ...:At the All Sports Club banquet last Thursday Bradford High School principal .
where be treated .' _. Jim Duncan put to rest the rumors that seem to fly each school year
one place you'll really right 964-5445 -- -
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because of
sports being dropped money crunch.
A community leader in every respect, this firm has been a cornerstone of the .
business community for Their honest and forthright business practiceshave Walter F. Monti Pastor FULL GOSPEL We're not going to drop anything; we're gonna go full speed ahead and
years. Bradford High teams going to be teams contend with" told the,
are to Duncan
won them the respect and admiration of their customers. It's the kind of We Invite you to worship with as COMMUNITY ,
CENTER athletes and parents in attendance.,, '
quality that stands behind the name KEYSTONE PRINT SHOP. Attended '
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They offer a complete printing service for home and business including: personalized Nursery Salvation Makes You A ttombwrSondn '
stationery, letterheads and envelopes, business cards brochures, Sunday School . .. .10 am ,Sclwil ',' . . .IBmmrtj1 Bradford High's Junior center Cecil Wright was named to the lint teamand
......,. . ..., ,. .11 senior forward Gary Carter to the third team basketball All-Area squad
statements, "complete bindery service" and much, much more. Worship ,. ..11 am .
I Morning "' the Oalneovllto Sun last '
tMtfaY Nhjnt. .. . ; ,. .". ..:30 named by Sunday.
They have built up a long list of satisfied custmers throughout the years, and Evening Service .., ,-. ..* pm THtety MiM,.7:10 FM MgM. ...7:30LeuM Joining Wright on the ft-malt All Area first team were two BUS opponents
I the main reason is the quality service at reasonable prices that they provide.You'll Youth" . ,7:30 MX) to sntttml ...... 'this year- Darrell Will of Interltchea and PM Wee Headsman .of Vales
Wednesday '
really enjoy doing business with this fine printing company.The pm Histgtlale's. .tbsefi3.y County. :
authors of this 1983 Business and Professional Hi-Lites are pleased to ,

recommend this well known printer to all of our readers. -' -. __ _p04Ytt! ; second week of Spring training at the Atlanta Braves Grapefruit.league hen
SOUTHERN POLYGRAPHAND Church in West Palm Beach. No word yet on_where Kenny,will be assigned next

,Kingsley Lake Baptist I !teason.. .. ,;.
SECURITY INC. '
""Whel'l"lfJbody Is somebody and ,Jesus Christ It:Lord* ... Bradford High wrestler Michael,McDufHe,taker of most of the wrestling
Contact Jesse Blitch honor at last week'BUS winter sports banquet,finished; his Tornado career
For More InformationWhen Senricis: with 52-U record ((24 of the wins by pin) after losing in the semifinals at the
Sunday state meet. His 14 pins and 22 straight wins In the Just completed season
10:00 lwlday School marI
1m- i ;" :be school 1 records..?, "
service for which you cannot go window shopping such as Lie Detectionand 11:00 am.Morning worship '-, :

Polygraph Exams are needed, it then becomes SOUTHERN i i to know the 8:30 pm-Church Training .', ... In the last three years Bradford High's boy tennis team has put together
reputation of the firm with which you do business. POLYGRAPH w"hIpl A' 'won-lose marks of 11-&, 7-8 and 10.2 in that order. Not coincidentally Craig
I AND SECURITY INC. located at 1107 N.W. 6th St. in Gainesville phone 7:30 pm'Evfring ; I II Sapp.a senior this season has won$4 of his 83 matches (singles and doubles)
376-7520,is a business with which one can deal with confidence and assurance of Wednesday: ?S(; In that span.,. ,

receiving satisfaction. They are specialists in Pre-Employment Exams I 7:30 pm MM-Waok .-'' tHrOHO!' ,*' ,; '
Periodic Exams and Specific Exams; and they are Florida licensed bonded 'J.'t; and Insured. Pa tar .d ell I baseball this year (about so more than last season) they plan to have two Dix- .
Douglas $n
SOUTHERN POLYGRAPH AND SECURITY, INC knows the business well i 1. : I" ,.."- ,r )le Boy |JI -}J.*,teams and at!least possibly }three, Dixie Minor teams..4.
and insists that each job be right. They well trained i
employ ,
people who have the desire to please every client.only competent. 3...at....45...15esb. ,.sllelw_, '-+'"...,-cMIIIIM.-.c' .. ... in picking Its All'Area girls'basketball'aU star'team'the (ianesvtlfe( r SuH

SOUTHERN POLYGRAPH AND SECURITY INC. Is also favorably known : didn't mention any girl from Bradford High. But,fret not, the leading BHS'
for prompt service and fair pricing. Much of their popularity is due to the fact. scorer and rebounder.Junior'Vonda Kay All, was listed, as a 3rd team, eU
that they stand behind their work tcom.e.TO ., Alacbua "
with service. [I" ," ,: County choice.. ", 1?
The composers of this 1983 Business and Professional Hi-Lite suggest that : :,,. V Alachua County? ,' ,: *\

you they consider do. this reliable. firm. We're.ure you will. -be pleased with the work Keuwin Shops ""., ". 't >

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New Homes-Additions I. FOB OURSPRING. i,:.1"', ,' IM WJmh '(Fer Charily /Tim ;Weekend |J

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It Is the opinion of most anyone:in this entire area who has had W.W. COX" tl C': l I, About!, ''lOO 'Lawtcy" : Elementary 'like-a-tihoa'. chairman, 'MwJfjwJy:
SPECTACUL.MEnjiy k ,. School studenta are >naioa tp salted ,
BUILDING CONTRACTOR handle their new construction and remodeling that \ participate Miscalljy! ,today
there i Is no more qualified contractor anywhere With offices In Lake Geneva. ," \\ 'It.p | .5m fer the 011ra'tice ba,..Wwi;
phone 473-4931.this is one general contractor with both\the ability the personnel Gnat Buys 1III1.r.\I\ :: American Heart Awoctatfon to be, C ea'a a" ,Ch" .. I
and the equipment to get the job done right SPRING FASHWNt 4'' 1 II told at Uwtay Kltmentary.on,Prt-; ;: Rite"; thsa ,tb'be
March.
This contractor to noted for fair and business day ? MId I Saturday, March, at Lawtoy
anyone considering construction of prices type to contact policies.them for They a list urge 0 For LMOts a Glib Mf;{.I;i I ""' ', ; :\4\\ .'the jump roM-a-lnon wi1R"begin-(, 'Elementary School",- ; .
satisfied clients. Their work Is their best any recommendation!. .fJ\!" ;'j1' ,',> "J U'.TOa.m.:: .aftdbwt until/ I:.'..... ,In?th*; ,Btke-a-U fv:'slifa5 teats!

Using only the latest equipment quality materials and the right tool,this i ill ZU>'Y 'Iff'Dur entitf! Jlt. )Each The team kid will,,musthave jump In teams at of six., ponsora who donate a sum far each
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to*ee YOUR job through to the finish. ;'-' t person Jumping during the entire, will receive a St Jude frahtot and
The authors of this 1963 Business and Professional l HI-Utes wish to take Ihta Friday, ,March ;' ii three hour of the r.'ent..Thoy will be those raWag. flI wHI l'ecive.. barrel
opportunity to recommend this well respected building contractor and*ugge* ..; .U' ,:a eceaUaf piedgts from people for the.j! totabag,apomor forma..available
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1 .4 i "X.:T Hungry guests In attendance the antique show enjoyed 'biscuits and Hipped hamburgers before going off In search
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Dealers and customers alike had hitfi praises' for the first Antique Show of being the most experienced dealer at the show. Mrs. Loucks had antique
and Sale put on by the Woman's Club} of Starke this past weekend at the dishes and glassware on sale. .
Bradford County Fairgrounds, > "This has been a success beyond all our expectations" said show chairman
Approximately 1900 tickets were sold for the three days of the show In Florence Ruud,"It is unusual for a first venture of this sort to be so successful
which 40 dealers from a fifty-mile radius offered everything from lace and our success is due to the wholehearted cooperation of the com
tablecloths to silver \to butter churns fop the professional or amateur collec- munity. We never had anyone refuse us. '
tor. 'L "We are gollll to do this next year. We sincerely believe this will develop
"This is a wonderful show."said Rip Perrell, a dealer of Jewelry and fine Into a fine show. Starke Is centrally located and we've been asked to expand
bronzes from Middleburg, 1' .... "It's an exceptionally fine beginning. New our advertisement to Tallahassee V.ld08la"tOrlando and beyond." she aald
t P shows are not usually as successful the first tune, but they have had a real The Western Steer Family Steakhouse Community Bank Florida Bank
ffit. fine turnout. They have a wide variety for every taste and the dealers are and Stump's served. the show's patrons and gave the club a great deal of
,very happy with It. support
"This is a wonderful group effort the Woman's Club Is \to be commended.. Mrs. Virginia Little of Lake City won the f 100 drawing, Everyone who
They have worked together to make this a real success." bought a ticket had an entry form to fill out to go into the drawing
The customers seemed as happy as the dealers. "We have been to shows "Hard work by many folks made the dream a reality, but to accomplish an
all over and this Is the best one we've ever been to," said one customer who event which satisfied not only the exhibitors but the public as well took an
bought three kerosene lampe that had been reworked for electricity. The effort certainly far above and beyond any call of duty" said Mrs. Roxane
lamps had decorative shades and were"just beautiful" Ruckdeschel publicity chairman for the show.
"Club members who worked several shifts at the fair grounds whether
The ladies have done a beautiful lob1 said Arthur Patton, owner of the cooking or cleaning selling tickets, baking desserts or graciously filling inwhenever
shop Simply Silver in Jacksonville.'They have avoided mistakes that I've and wherever a need or emergency arose, demonstrated a highly
seen experienced people make." : commendable spirit of cooperation," she said.
rolls. r Unusual items at the show included a Maked-glass) coke machine and a ge- "The husbands parents children and even grandchildren all pitched in.
nuine oak crank-telephone as well as silver,antique clocks,. crystal and fur- Executives were seen digging drainage ditches in the rain and grilling
Artistic and Unusual... niture. :' 'haute cuisine'-hamburgera hot dogs 1 Little girls ran errands for the ex-
This" antique clock,on display ai the show la from C.roly.Antiques- and A collection of Carrlbbean antique dolls was shown by Barbara and Dick hibitors judges pulled cars from the mud doctors straightened out the
Jack's CMde Clocks la Pomona Park FL Dealers and antique buffs gathered Patterson. "This is our first showMaid Mr. Patterson a University of plumbing faults and everyone joined forces to set up tables paint scrub and
Florida professor "This Is a personal collection that kind of out of hand.It" '
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from all the lor the show, which run .
parts state! was, declared .to be quite .a successLooking '
by all bt just a hobby for myself and m t wife's *'It truly seemed that no matter who was asked to do what,the answer was
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attendapceH.I"\,\ 4 .f' .. ',i': *! ,.,. protClvU War ""Vlctoriawsculpturw girl\ .a1toV.nUqu trunks,ever 100f always a resounding 'yesl"! Friends, local merchants and city and county
.'" ,.; run old were4 shown by-Kay)Love amr. ji8es otThe.Garage, in a. cksonvUU \ .'< ,agencies supported the Woman's Club in producing thiII-ev4I nt*which.was ;;i I Y I
; They also had rterooUcs and old/books art rile:/ "* ? -- -' truly JoJnt effort. Flwn: allot us at the Woman's Club of Starke to each and if'every
i Billie Loucks from the Calico Cat Antique Shop in Hane City had the honorWooden one who helped so generously our deepest gratitude," she said. ,
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Some. of the Interesting Items on Many displays ot fine silver works of various ages snd first of many such shows. Many antique lovers from other
display at the antique show Included ,values could be round at the show. The first of Us kind parts of the state said they are finding that this area Is
,this old oaken clock, wooden butter sponsored by the Starke Woman's Club the success of this rich In treasures from the past some of which may show
for something a little different. churns and other aid household items- 'event would seem to ensure that It will be just that the up In next year's: show. ,
I' Ibis Interesting bronze lamp was shown by Rip Perrell of M ddlebW'l. Fla. from another era. 1,t' .

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,I. at 7:30 p.m.Wednesday March Spat; mo Union' County Coo* t !
'Ihouio. Tha' hearing will 'loatura R..totl_ Coorgo /, 1. '" .illJ '

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Thursday night. March 31. at,7.30 p.m. at Starka City,Hall.i ,: Showcase by Scoff: .
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Mardi I"1183 ,




I Another First at Camp 'Blanding M-48 'Tanks

Starke' Family Planning Clinic "
By Murk PrledltoBCrtlTaff .
Writer It ," '. .\ ,;, Tubal Ugation (Tubes tied) "I> :. ,...ir

The result of President Re gan'" "C : A Vasectomtes' '. '
administration's plans to build up the .\ "

are United becoming States'more military readily preparedness apparent ,,:. ,| No" 'Hospital stay necessary yft;d b ru. .

by the week at the Florida National 9646500138E.Xall ,
Guard's Blanding facility.
Last weekend Camp peraonel from Troop ._ ., ,. .., .,. 't ,',
E. IWrd Cavalry,.officially reopened ...
the camp's tank range in dramatic .;k:
fashion firing off round after round ofi .
;z.larae,deadly 105mm shells from new-
KT'ly aqquired M-48 tanks. '
;:3:i Like the first firing of the 105mmss astr'f' Sb P
howitzers two weeks ago at Camp ,
:2 Blanding the deployment of the M-48 : ; St., Starke 964-5890 ,
.S tanks real first for regular personelH : :
at the facility.IS '
Although Camp Blanding I is the for Easter Decorated .Cakes Cookies and Cup takes,
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3 primary training site for the Florida ,\,
53: National Guard. Troop E was forced Also Lamb Rabbits and Egg Shape Cakes, :; .
H to transport their entire unit tanks '
SS and all, to Fort Stewart, Georgia for And Hot Cross ,Buns
::? -live fire" exercises which play a ,
:: vital part in maintaining the high .
:: level of technical and mechanical .j
S3; skills it takes to operate tanks in an
SS Infantry brigade
rs With the reopening of the Camp
:; Blanding tank range a desolates
s: at parched, pine scrub and
;; sand I I ISS in the middle of this sprawling,
77.000 acre 1 facility, these vital skilU
-; can be sharpened on a more regular
is..basis and much closer to the unit's .
"" home amory in Ocala. This will.! result Glass Belted
in savings in time and travel costs to
and to Increase the ,2xZ Polyester Glass
readiness taxpayers level help of the unit's, tank Tank Units Take over at Camp Blanding... :::1 ,011.la'' Filter
crews. Pictured here Is one of the Florida N.tlonaIGu.rd's M-4H ty this summer for the first time since W.W. II. 1II10113 1.911
The range itself was a construction battle tank which will be using the firing range st the laelll- .1111I711114 I.M SB." Lube. Change
took to HAVE W05/7J814 1.07 3.... '
which
project over a year ,
complete, according to one of the contractors tank turret which is capable of a 360 The "original*' M-48, however has gun. The gunner stands in the middle ROAD r210/7515 2.34 41." >"f C99.
involved.First,a twenty-foot degree rotation.in all types of varying been constantly modified and improved and is charged with the task of HAZARD r N7II15 1.41 41.11 D U .
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conditions. the 1'1311I711111' 1.111'' 41." I H M. rt, jyte
high mound of firmly packed sand, since its inception, powered with loading three-foot-long shells Into SUAHAMTEI
over 250 feet in length, was built up increasingly powerful deisel engines the breech of the 105mm cannon,
facing downrange. "You just start firing in the general and armed with larger and more. Alignment Front &<< Rear
Troop E', lank commanders direction of the target, watch your powerful main guns. The tanks fired at Camp Blanding ........ Brake Job
manuevered their 55-ton machines up bullets hitting the ground and 'walk' The M-48 tanks firing at Camp Saturday represent the heavy ...... --. ,
on top of the the mound and"dug In your fire over to the target area." .Blanding range (he are manned with firepower punch of Troop E, which Is $12 so MaSMMMM oral '
getting firm grip with their treads to The unique sound of multiple a crew of five, a crew that would be avery the reconnaissance ..element the MMtCvt*' 79.95CHARGE'EM ,
withstand the recoil of their 105mm machines guns may be one of the busy one indeed, in a real battle Florida Guard's 53rd Infantry itTMCH ,
main guns. most misrepresented effects the situation. "Mobile artillery" is the Brl ade. They can cross ditches of up
movie-makers In Hollywood have ''concept in play here and executing to eight feet in width and climb over
t
The targets, located 1,500 yards ever attempted to mimic. Those fun- that assignment calls for strict precision solid three-foot high obsticakr;,like I .
downrange on the gently sloping hill, 'ny "pop-pop" sounds effects in the and an almost perfectly synchronized they aren't even there. Pn-Sanon
are constructed of sheets of white war movies fade into distant memory pattern of teammworlc bet The unit used "tracer" FULL SERVICE ....., ........ ., Air Condition Check:
canvas with the proverbial bullseye as you stand near the deafening roar ween those five men. rounds for the special GARAGE ..., _... .
target praetlce.Satul'*
painted in the middle. In a real war, of the tank gunners taking aim. The driver sits In an armor-encased day at the newly ,contracted 9.95 :.
these would be "War would be Hell, wouldn't it." range '
targets enemy fortifications compartment in the lower front end of which give off a distinctive streak of
and emplacements along joked one of the gunners as he rained the machine that is '
pretty cramped SERVKE
orange flame when' fired, the CORBETTS TIRES &
enabling .
the front line of the battle zone. a hail of lead down onto his target. for anyone over e'l" in height and has spotters in position near the targets to ., ...... ._,
Smaller "I'd sure hate to be the other end of us 964-6436 II
targets representing on small wheel and
a of
enemy steering a set radio In the results.' ._... rmert,, lark.
troops are scattered at random at this outfit foot pedals to control directional :: : ..
shorter ranges in front of the main The M-4R tanks are ""of original mo ement. The tank is capable of a Although the range .will be .. __. .
targeta.'The tank machine gunners 'Korean War vintage and have been top peed of 30 miles per hour and can available for Use by Florida and other -__................__._:::=::. .__ ...:...----J
fire practice their! aim at these. largely phased out of regular army cruise for a period of 310. miles In. bet natipnal guard units year-round,it is .. ,
use In recent years in favor of the ween refuelmgs. expected that the heaviest use will be '
"Actually you don't really'aim' one Mtank and the controversial new The Tank Commander, who Is in during the Spring and Summer mon
of these things," said one machine jet-turbine powered M-l which is now charge,aits In the upper cupola on the' ths when units conduct their annual
gunner as he sat perched on top of the in use In both Europe and U.S. turret with access toan M-60 machine training! Camp Blanding.
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Association... Store.OP
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I "Letters, Notations & Recollections"
The BAA has scheduled abaseballSoftball
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and
Jamboree concession "
stand dedication April 7-0. -..-. .', ,,t05 Edwards Rwd'lu
The dedication will take place al t I JOneS Funeral Home I| O.7 Man-Sit.; 10 j-JCtl| !S

'9:00 p.m. Thursday,April 7.Baseball -14v y"tT..utUt'1I\, "; r-._ Fwd tUmpi Wilcomrt:
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and Softball games will be played Dear Steve,

Thursday, Friday and Saturday with If my husband were alive today I would thank him for havIng Stark
a barbecue dinner scheduled from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April. the decency and common sense for arranging his funeral
Proceeds from the Jamboree and before he died. It was a great shock when he died and U USDA CHOICE FULL

dinner Association.Mrs. will go. to the Brooker Athletic:: brought great pain but I believe the pain would have even CUT < HOMELESS

.Margaret Ann Dyal,chairman been greater if Iwere called on to arrange the funeral. 199
of the food committee, Is asking for J

your support. Donations to make of, the this following dinner asuccess. With your help the organist was there the vocalist was there and the minister was there. COUNTRY STYLESpare

items will be greatly appreciated: 2 Everything seemed to fall into place. Even the car procession materialized without my help.

liter Coke or Pepsi; 12 ox. cur; cab You took care of the entire funeral. How can I ever:' thank y6U enough? -a29
bage; white bread; bowl baked
beans; instant coffee; sugar; cream; Ribs
napkins charcoal cookies JONES FUNERAL
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brownies; cupcakes or fudge or any

baked goods. 514 Nona Starke' Hwy "loo Keystone Heights Pork

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Serves Breakfast' > Lunch &{Dinner Fresh Pork 'NeckbonesFla. .'I.i loirt syaVlti BJJ V

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Sausage Gravymtmtttma& Biscuits. : i- paek Cut.Up "',.,
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Simple. Just go to a reputable Weekly Dinner'Speclals Served 5. pm to 9 ( Breast Legs "1. ,
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carpet dealer We are In business ,' .' '" Beet..w,
to serve )'ou. We are glad to fur --IIarclin TII.r..y! Roast Breast .of Turkey &\r'D ress 1 ng''i:: .5O : 'or Mixed .. I .
Dish with information and '
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help you you to select carpeting) ...: ..... 5 ",Fresh Shrimp Creole & Rice';. .,.,t. : i.. "... .o.50. ; ((590 Ground. .J ,' 59
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suit your needs. Saturd.y 1. .
The reputable dealer must sell --flusIL2.L...C oun t-ry Fried Steak.Ge Grayy. ,;.{ '/',!:,.'._ (1'1'3'.5Q" .: 10 PIs. I Chuck .
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good products,and give excellent:: f MomtmyMarcli 3'IIII'O!! "
service in order to stay In 38 Southern Fried Chicken. ..."..'.". ""..., ;q., .Fm'" Meed" '

business at the same location ':::C-: Braised Beef Tips & Noodles. .. .., ?. t. V.1 .'3'50 Liver
year-after-year.
Repeat ..d......' ", J -: 1f"if!
customers are the foundation on "'an.30 Corned. Beef & Cabbage.Sunday .A.u .jj.,, .,. ;. .. _.5.ft.. ; .) ;
which a good carpet business la
built, Dinner. Served' from 11:30{te J 9:00; "IIJ. tll! : I tea

We take great pride In the Clutch Onr Dinner Spctaf'i\ I, i.'. '"' It .. ,. t ." It.
quality: of the carpets we sell,and '! '' '
In the service which we render to We serve Fresh Vcflctabie'a'l'flf Homemade Blsc :, ;: 'i' ., '. '
our customers. You will ;WHn Savory Sfetd > /
always "'''' \. :. >
,be treated with courteous:: concern Oyster Barf. '),Lounge:,,Specials 1'' "I(, '" "

by our personnel.Visit to-: IALIiTHltTIME:, V II cQn ,,,,,,,,,,, 990
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-.f' > Over;'5,000people are,expected toe ing received his degree from Virginia was met with opposition Richard from the floor when the General I VFtteMtCHiN! / '

'.?attend, the 45th ,Clay Electric Polytechnic ,Jn Lute .and. Virginia Murrhee a former Trustee of the Coop Meeting opens. This name would also \,.
Cooperative annual meeting today. State. ; was, nominal oil in the District 1 appear on the voting machine ballot.
March 24 in Keystone Heights the Other highlights. of the day will include meeting herein Keystone Heights.. If passed, the by-law would allow Japan first Imported cats from China In the .tenth century.I ; ;;
homeof, Oop: headquarters located gospel music and singing by a ( Board members Angus Hastings, Just the two nominees getting the
onSR100.President: of focal-group the Scriptures. ''District t and C.M. Smith,.Jr.'were highest votes at the District meetings ==:cc: =-=:=cc.zCllllll'.OC"-:: _
the National Rural) met with no 'opposition from,,their to appear on the voting machine rr
Electric Cooperative. Association Guy During the'annual meeting, which ..dl trlc..... / ballot during the general meeting'election. .., -
1; Lewi_ .* of Bowling Green opens at t a.m.. Cooperative' The ? {the But .. -
l aJwill' members by-law change to appear on it would provide for a H 95
be the' guest speaker will have the opportunity to ballot will concern nomination write-in, in the event 14' ...
pro- a member t
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I this year and according to Ed Ben vote for three Trustee candidates and CarpetsyCId I. J.(Any Room 4 Hall)
either for ''Cedures.iAs, the by-law reads now, it wanted to nominate another can frrn- ... .. :
nett director of Member and,Public or against an amendment } allows nomination of ,Trustees at didate. .
t Relations at the Co-op Lewis will probably : change to the Co-op by-laws, District meetings with' the.two "This puts more emphasislin j being Whole, H cd. I ec l 1. .((Liv' :; !I J!>n...llag, 3 Br.)L:59: 95.1
,I speak on the future' of In January and February during nominees receiving the most votes nominated in the District,", says Ben-' t" sf
,cooperatives. 'District nomination'meetings only appearing on the general meeting nett. "The position of the Co-op la- Carpet: Die 9u'.
j Lewis I III en'1.rMiral npl'nerhav- ''one board member Ray Wingate, haunt It also>.allows. a, ,nomination It's a good amendment. _\ '

SI f Furniture I .e < ,a, .Chair. .). . . .4495 n

I Former 'UCI Employee Acquitted by JudgeFormer : II .a f f'l'i ; 1a; Don't Pay if

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I II Se /jng ia| of 6rad rd'and; Union County
Union Correctional Institu Brown's.Assistant. judgment of acquittal. After the verdict Chance to treA't'the motion for a new } II
tlon employee George Leon' Brown State Attorney Harris was reached Chance ga ve'the trial as a motion for a judgment of ac- Florid a Carpcti f c i
enang-Dye-Co.
who was convicted August 6 for smuggling Tobin said: he will appeal the decision defense 15 days In which to file a motion quittal.Chance agreed consider the U .
marijuana into the prison Dec. next week. After conferring with the for a new trial and the motion motion and asked to review trial r 1 \ n
31, 1981, received an acquittal from attorney general Tobin feels the was filed 13 days later. During an October transcripts he said. I {5 t( 2, J v69'\:
,;vi; Circuit Judge Chester B. Chance last, manner in which Judge Chance hearing on the motion, Chance Brown said Monday that he has Lawley'. (Satisfaction Guarnteed;
,. Friday! ,Jurisdiction.acquittal was outside his ruled that according! to a ruling been unable to receive unemployment It ) J
Brown 37, an academic consultant issued In an unrelated court case last compensation because of the reason "
I; with the UCI education department In explaining' Friday' rU1l1I'1 July no more than 10 days may be for his dismissal from UCI. His wife, !ID:: ====:::::D==:=::: ==:::::ID.t: --=-

,, who had been employed by' the Cushman said that'during granted for filing a motion seeking a who is a nurse has been the sole
Department of Corrections for almost Chance was unsure whether he should new trial Cushman said. source of income for their family.he
i 14 years, aU of them at UCI had not have granted a defense request for a Cushman said: he then asked said. ,

been sentenced since his conviction. ......
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: Despite the jury's decision Aug. 6. I"
I Judge Chance found Brown Innocent
after reviewing evidence and
I. testimony that was presented during a
I the trial. Brown's lawyer Stan $5.00 ,.
Cushman had argued that the state's :
; evidence was Insuf ficent to warrant a S K- Gas Coupon /
'r I guilty verdict. U .
; During the trial the state charged .
i that UCI trusty Nathan Colson,Jr. at must exceed ;
t Brown's request drove DOC vehicle _
i from the prison to Brown's nearby 20 miles ;
\ home and in a garage near the house BEEf
(Obtained. -stereo that Brown has '-
donated to the UCI education depart. purchase ;
t ment. Beneath the stereo turn-table \ '
j prison officials found about a pound of '
marijuana wrapped in foil Three uP
I fingerprints found on two pieces of
aluminum foil were identifled as
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Prices] '
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peeled to bring many 'short-term'
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fik' economic and consumers gains to but Florida two University agriculture of sJ.s :: I II

Florida fuel and transportation 30 FREE L Lxl.
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it economists' say the oil price plunge1looks :, ,
like a mixed blessing over the -. WElCOMEI'y! ; /F .'Ii ., 't' ,
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petroWiRMMed fertilisers! a 'WBe8Icldea '-' rrcaalo'x! ; Doal: CALLING' IN :TODAY .- THURSDAY '::8PM'k.1' <

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( on which the state's .
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; agriculture\ is heavily 'dependent i I'f! <. 371-4167 PURCHASE REQUIRED w
will be cheaper. Costs for transporting FREE .
371-4167
.t produce are also expected to go, Call,"Collect
down. Beilock says that a drop In the
price of diesel fuel lowers the freight All,Beef Cut By Appointment Only
j rate of a truckload of produce.
J .-In 1981,65X of t.hetotal food bill was, 20 USDA CHOICE USDA
"" "Xofoft farrn'costs like transportation \ Sirloin StuktPortarhOUM .GroundSN't

and marketing, Ellerbrock adds "so V SINks. Example d Mon Only 80lbs.FREE ATBon S
'possibly there could be large benefits BONELESS: SPECIAL I # 1 .Steak .,160 IDs. loin rill 1plates I ,
from lowered fuel prices/ .CluOSIMks '. &Hanks, al -
But the two agricultural economists NEW YOS3K STRIP jj. ; I -Rib SINk 1 191 Ib. equal 190 40
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said lower oil prices are also likely to ; EXAMPLE FINis plus free 80 Ib 1 rr
Strip+ StukiRlbEyiStuki Bonus Pack. Avg
have 'unwelcome effects' on some STEAKSTO '
weights 160-J501bs.
areas of the economy. + .
Sirloin Tip Steaks
For example -Lowered transportation ANYONE 240 L B S Standing. Rib pLUS I 1,
cost! *also make easier for out Rout
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of state'and'foreign growers" to coratth RESERVING A English Cut Roast1;
j g ) Florida+ rajoduce. Fon!>ina FOR 84780 -Bar-8-0 Ribs
i4ijiW. one..ntiIi. p 14 the price of 'J CUTTING TIME PAYMENT
,di iie1 I fuel lowers,pie co i ftomatoes from Florida PURCHASE REQUIRED
Why $2.6 4( but for a : .
"lOci I f Mexican tomatoes enter- ", NO PAYMENTS FOR'30 DAYS I 1
; at Nogales.Arizona; coat G
are reduced':",by $IS per truckloadbecause USDA :: 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH
total t; savings tare greaterper CHOICE BEEF) 'f. ,
di.a._ ... .. .
.... oil prices are likely to : .
., ge fuel conservation and ex- I
1 i Jfor ,new energy supplies; ;

There illjfI ma31do iL be. an Increase, in air ,

-Third world countries,.,such as ,
Mexico,' Nigeria, and Indonesia may +
be unable to make payments on their

banking International system loans could: and.be the facing world', a, ,f I If 1 ......

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D. crisis. ,
Ellerbrock and Beilock warn that,
the present rift In OPEC doesn't mean i
,. ''the oil cartel a spent force: or that r r l
energy supplies will return tot 1 the'
;r cheap and bountiful levels, of the -
0)q; 1960's and early 1970's.>,- ,. 'oYll IP
,"Reports of OPECs death' are exaggerated
," Beilock: says. -'Right, I
r now circumstances.' favor,:the' non- :
t OPEC nations, but the situation could; USDA EXAMPLE:
easily turn around." CHOICE TRIMMED f
Ellerbrock adds;. >'these 'price1decreases TOLIS.atK.Ttll
WOULD it S1M.M: I
J; could be l temporary. We LOIN & RIB CONTAINS: 'it' I
can't afford to go back to our wasteful SIRLOIN STEAKS DELMONICO STEMS ),
ways 01'to stop research and develop- ,.S 1 2 21 T-IONf STEMS ale ROAST S' t rt, 4dsl' kYR? '
sTEAKS FILET MIGNON "
meet on MW sourem of Cuel. W..Wi POIITUHOUIE '
,need a Permanent effort-to conserve- PER:WK. FOR.1 i WKS: aMOUND BEEF Kts EYE STEAKS ; 1
.;,en<<81. I'p
i' 1 c I Wdicrt:! your beef cut & wrapped. ',;! ,. I ill

d-; Charged') with .Pl ;' I ;while ou wait. First payment 30 'a .
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days from date of purchase. Charge h I."tic I. ,
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'Jo' f'i east Henry (Edinger w..arrerated : I .'.. I
'I March to and charged with disorderly .. 1 1I 1\ .._ i I
Intoxteattoo and criminalSutopo attempt. .
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Ltr Estart Mpettes.. I ; I' ;
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ware caIWto:: the DIx- .. ., / CItiNCt a tNN1EtF' 61 SASS
lo Motel where a man who a frd I ; mctoMftvotumUVDHaCttTS # ,
to be intoxicated wu boa w |[ on a i \ -
'door Oftae of the rooms.The wrae r
said when IM approached
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the lUll who was besting on the door y, ,le a. t1eM lICIt bwn0' .WAaANTEE h''[ 'C MIEU FULL GUAIIAN'ftEI ALL d Ii'::INSPECIEO BEEF \ ,
,, the mall milted a knife on him. w ....nul.clur.d Item, II VOl! an rot MI-! JIM BlWlEO. YOU TAK"NO CHANCE ON TOUGH OR FLAVORLESS" Iv, I feralsMs
arrived saw a will Mry s so IIfIIIIJ aka Mayor '
When the police they "EATi. ta
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na el ',Eltueplas, ra EL Hi:SfECIICATI Sf' ALL BEEF SOLD SUBIEC ,
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fir[ Tf5Jis HANGING:t 1 /TMIO SUBJECT< ; UfAU ,
DCKWO/ Mia Edlll4ler bad tare tips fE1U1MIlESONIY' OAY TIME LJ'1'i
screM> trying to .. i *?,the SUSSEStb .. flMtW'.INCLUDE EJrtM HATIS&FUNK$. v trYl ,5r
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Obituaries ,,' .... .

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Anna Louise Decker-' Graveside funeral services were "Village 'and was of'the Episcopal burg was self-employed In the service Alice Whitenack McGarvey for the Bradford; County
Mrs. Anna Louise Decker. 8s. of held at 11:10: a.m., Friday March 18, faith. station business, was the son of the Alice Whitenack McGarvey, of Tfitgraph. contributing to the'paper's
Florahome, died Tuesday evening, in the Paran Cemetery in Grandin Survivors Include one son. one late Henry and Elizabeth Hall Rosen- Route 1, Lawtey, died Wednesday nth Anniversary, historical
March 15, ,in, the, North Florid with Rev. Earl Decker and Rev. brother and one sister. burg and was a member of the First March 16. at North Florida Regional\ issue. She was a member'' Grace
Regional Hospital In, Gainesville Hence Allan officiating. Jones No local funeral services have been Survivors dst of Lake Butler. Hospital In Gainesville after an ex- United Methodist Church of Lawtey.
following a long illness. Funeral Home of Keystone Heights planned at this time. Burial will beat Include two sisters, tended Illness. Besides her husband Mrs.
Born in East Chicago, Indiana was In charge: of arrangements. a later date. Jones Funeral Home of Henrietta Hewitt and Estelle Mrs: McGarvey was born andreared McGarvey is survived by one brother
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Keystone Heights In charge of ar McDowell, both of Valdosta, Ga; one In Metuchen; N.J., graduatedfrom John Whitenack of Starke and two
Mrs. Decker' had lived 'I. sister-in-law.
the Mrs. Evelyn 'for
rangements. Rosenburgof the New Jersey College
Robert Whitenack
Florahome area for over three yean Metal Drago Lynch Warner Robins, Ga. and several Women, and served as bacteriologistfor nephews, of
where'she was a housewife and, a:, Mrs. Holiest\DraIO Lynch, 76 of nieces and nephews. the city of East Orange, N.J. for Austin,Texas and Gene Whitenack' of
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member of the Church of God. Keystone Heights, died t Sunday afternoon Raiford L. Rosenburg ,several years. She and her husband, Katy, Texas.Mi services were conducted"
Survivors include four sons, Robert March JO, In the Bradford Raiford L. (Buddy) Rosenburg, 711, S.J. (Sam) McGarvey moved to I mortal
Decker;Jr. of Merritt Island, Dean Hospital following illness.airs. of Warner Robbins, Ga. died Friday Funeral services'were held Sundayat Florida 34 years ago, purchasing a Saturday Tanner March 19, in the chapel. of
Decker of Miami, Earl Decker of Colorado Lynch had lived In Satsumasince illness March 18, after an extended : at the graveslde with farm home on' US. 801 north of Archie Funeral' Home in
Springs. Co: and Richard IBM and bad only recently moved Houston County Hospital Rev. Melvin Owen officiating. Archer Lawtey. Mrs. McGarvey owned and Starke with the Rev. Cliff H.McLeon
Decker of Cape Canaveral; and six to Keystone Heights where she lived Ga.Born Funeral Home of Lake Butler, was In operated a plant nursery at her home officiating. Cremation followed the
grandchildren.We at the! Country Villa Retirement in Lake Butler, Mr. Rosen- charge of arrangements. for about a year, and !also wrote service. ,

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the family of Alma Starling 'Items Available At TG&Y Family Centers. Only, ,r rai

would like to say a special thanks to
Starke Nursing Home for taking care Ad Good thru March 24 27, x.9883, ,t'' ..
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of our mother for the past three years. '
Thanks to each and every one who
took part in caring for her and making I''," (.
her feel so much at home.
,Thank Yea All I, ...:

The Alma Starling Family Fftjltt Ji
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We are sincerly grateful to friends 'I :,",f(
and neighbors for their many kind ,"" ,,1t ,
acts of sympathy during our sad \\t Uir..
bereavement Our appreciation can- ; ."1(,
not be adequately expressed.A "'Ii '!
very special thank you to Archie Pricesis : n, :'"
. and Ruby Tanner. Our love and wer i"y'
friendship goes out to you for the ser- I '>I"
vices you performed. '!; ,j- '"
The Family Of I roil 1 ,. I
David Lee Slmpsoa .1:1.: ,,s4\
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by Elizabeth Terry hat-leisure I'I'
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rHURCIl ACTIVITIES: ,
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Highland Baptist Church ofiighland \ .'r! o'l.
will have their Homecomng h"t.'if .

Sunday, March 27. The Weeksfamily f' ,, UgI.Jtpuo., l6, M.llbor Lounge Relax ;' ;11
will sing special songs after '.I comfortably this spring; in your 1/1"::' '

dinner. "I' new chaise lounge! Tubular aluminum ,,;.;/
I The Bus Ministry of Flnt Baptist .
,
frame with PVC strapping
Church growing. Bus No. 1 had 14 <:. ? .i )t:
and No.2 bus had 24 riders on '" So soft, it conforms to the contours f !.f!{)
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March 20, to a total of 38. ,,-", ; of your body.Molded plastic' arms. '.
gders United Methodist Church "''' ''It'll' Vanilla with brown/terra cotta. U

monthly family fellowship Reg. 35.97 -
"'0 '4 f ', ,
on Sunday, March 20, at the
Jchurch; at 6 p.n. Singing followed the ,:..,t.
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(dinner. .
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1 The Bus Ministry of First Baptist K 17.97 syo.1,
:[Church is sponsoring an Easter egg )'. :'"
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hunt Easter Sunday April 3. This is n ,,, ,
for all who come to Sunday School and "i I """fl,. hliA I"\" (
church services.PERSONALS 9j '1 MaNbw ..... Chair Complete ws''>1 A>1\\nr
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your outdoor seating with the nqcif

: __ coordinating 'lawn chair! Com'n..[ .
Deepest sympathy! of the community ? fortable' PVC strapping supported 4',;t,""*.i.r.

,Is,extended\to M'Jttib" !! I ffa by sturdy,tubular alum- ) ,
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caif.ly.nd
be its d :' t. Inum frame. Vanilla with )x+'
wife, Mrs. S.J. McGarvey. -,' *
'b' 'W 'terra com Wg. 19.cp".J'I"
Mr. and Mrs. David Walnwrfght of .
Tallahassee spent Saturday and Sun >;-k\
day with their grandmother, Mrs. rib'
Truby Wainwright. "j') "
Mrs. Dorine Bloom of Yokota ,, 4* "
Japan Is spending a month with her -<:>I't
parents. Col. and Mrs. W.M. Wilson. .rr,
She spent the weekend in Gainesville.Her ,,;, ., : ,
husband'Captain Bloom, is In ,I "' 'I, :
Little Rock, Ark training for an Instructor I ) tJi-;:".,
Pilot. ,. ;" I\'J
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly'went to ,j\\ II' "
'see his brother, E.L. Kell" Regency -, "l t,"pTUtir '
Oaks Convalescent Home in .'1 IIHMI 10
Gainesville on Wednesday. They also ,:?giJsevulh. !
visited their sister Mrs. Sarah .JiolA': sliT
Hallman who a surgery in "" Rr A'lttr it ..n1
North Florida Region Hospital in ;, 9 !fIUn
Gainesville.Mrs. d, 'd rt ooedT.ios
Mildred Brown and family of 'e1i" ,U "IrU rioTSMs
Orlando stayed with their brother and *' I
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie q tsemvp9YfVe88
Teston from Monday until Wednes-

day.Ray Wilson is visiting his sister ;, % 1',1'c. '
Mrs.Wendie Smyth and her daughter ,' '
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Elizabeth Smyth of'Atlanta, Ca. ...den Mean 100% vinyl reinforced \,l ',:,''I'' '..
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hough of with nylon. H"x50'. Reg. ,' y I"- '
Gainesville visited their aunt, Mrs. 9.97 t
Rossle Reddish, on Sunday afternoon.It I
was necessary for Mr. and Mrs. ".1" I
Ray Rosier to return to Deland to see ee fl' (,q
his doctor on Friday and they returned I\
home late 79710Keller '
Sunday night. 4.88 \ *" >
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Futch of Starke IF,

visited their aunt Miss Elizabeth Ii !! Web Chair Great for extra .'J ,
seating for
,Terry on Wednesday afternoon. R.I.81n1 Deluxe Meimory ,
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Jennie Boch of Gainesville hi outdoor activities! Sturdy, aluminum tubular I I \0 f
spent "
T Insoo Sets and holds fine to 1, 'tb
the weekend with her grandmother; framing with nylon webbing. Hurry in today :,' i'
Mrs. Daisy Boch, and her great fulfspray. Reg. 6.77 and stock,up for spring! Reg. 8.97 ; r jfI
grandmother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. .
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs and --v IVNO ;. 'I ,. ; "
daughter, Laura Lee of Marathon t
spent a few days vacation with their .,.. >
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs. ,
Mrs. Jessie Mae Seohl and Mrs. L6 4W war"' 7t m ( ,, :,
Dusty Rhodes and friend of Atlanta } ,
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Ga, visited their cousins, Mr. andMrs. i't..
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Hermie Ell
Kelly on Wednesday
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afternoon. '/ <} ,t.:
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Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee Springs :''(
is spending a week with his '* .
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parents, Mr. and Mrs.s Truman Nor :r t mar .r= .,::1/1.,rr4;; !.

man.Mrs. I ,i. \
Hubert Priest returned borne ,, ,',
Feb. 27 after four months .. "e/,
'tJI'9\'r; ;
with her ,Mr. '
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and Mrs. John Morris and daughters- .,,.;. ;, ; f '," ,.';'\.I" ,
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Deborah and Jan, of Rockville, Ind I "" :......... (fr. .t." \ ",
She enjoyed the vacation very much.: _.{ .. .
,Kermit Roller of Cocoa Beach pent .. r.; : '
two days with their brother. and .. ) \, ,/i'
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,Roller.sister-in-law-."'.and' 'tar*; George 99 2 2ri !" 29,612.87 F 2.96' ,J' "]1/"', iJ ::11.

.Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Crouse were : ., ;'i\I' ,+;iff{
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h' "'"'' I' .
their hosts for daughter a cookout, Karen birthday on Saturday party, for tWpleTesssaMRhgAJdsextcc', folding ......, Baked on Lsawn Edging Block vinyl ,"will S.we ,,4''%' i, Lwwrw ..". 34"'I' '' !\, ,' ', :'

i afternoon... They bad 14 guests la at- sup portto youGalvanized pianist 'uPontvfnyl base with pl isfic. .not rot, rust adose its shape. Mew v-,ttne.sws+sn9 E T 1111III ',; ,
tendance. After supper they served ,. steet., 3 tings,33' cooting on steel" for longer lam; Safe to mow over ltoCjlI4- 0 ", Ett.det n It..', :Points, rotor : con=, '.\.:. ,M'-'I'!
'cake and lee cream. tl.tght.82J2B. ':' '18'x10', whits Color: #Lf-42"; blad"s. ; 70'or denser for moat Imolf'; ; '
Futch and t : '" : '22* 4.97.a.. '
.Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Reg. cars. Reg.4.47 ,
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daughter. Patsy of waycross Ga. .. .. "
visited their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. "' ,:: ,
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"Lea McClellan on Saturday, '," 1'\. ,,tf\,,,. ,ff, ,
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KlrkUiwHad SCHOOL NEWSM. Grade Be4erk St' J ff!. & / ', : ; !

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,Bradley Congratulations'Prevatt BalL Tory for to earning KittiesRochelle straight, : .. ,:" :: Family: 'CentersTGAY ," :' "J: : :"t Jgc'I l

A's for the fourth six. ,w"F! '. AAashrCord ate Viol cieeltl ; r
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period.lBecky Austin Tory5:; Kittles," sad Insists upon your sattaf action. It you are not happy with yourpurchasa.returri; it.We Whl'cJieerfully. ctfianee|(t,or' ully

Rochelle Prevatt made 100 percent on ,'. I H advertised-merchandise Is not available, we'll gladly,IMU you. ralnr.hnck..Wo,,, ant you tottMhaoovw. ,1 tatiytl jV"-; P '

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Gainesville ed court .i I ,. I.. d.l2lelt t I ;, .,
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probation for foW'months. Bandit'' Takes Waldo Man Arrested meats, a I
Cash according toiinmtigatqf; >mechanism broke In the car she was '
Victim Hit 'iii"RnA Bell had been told by the management From Restaurant "\ 'AI.,!i l',} 1: Has No LicenseDavid Denton.Bond for J! Jiu' (li.t. .< nil .,. driving and !the car overturned about v'.: i' I
blt-ld-tUn accident killed of McDonald* end the officer Robinson.was set M.fS.000 one mile east of SR-21. : f :
Mark police Jerome Cross of :: !
I A man armed with a handgun robed Waldo was with a hold for,Alachua County, rich* ,
Alexander RoWI5; of Gainesville not back Into McDonald arrested March 20 and charged with charge in Alachua .
around 1:30: a m. Sunday, according1to Saturday night attar he was observed a Melrose restaurant Friday night I County is burglary Susan Elaine Staford,24, was taken
escaping with the restaurant'pcashbox ? having no valid driver's license according and grand) theft and the bond Is set at
Trooper J. H Horler.. ''in an' apparent intoxicated condition. to Patrolman Greg Nichols. $10,000. Alachua General Hospital where ..
The accident occured 18' miles The, officer saw Bell return to Sheriffs Office, the said.Alachua County.' ",', 2 Cross was stopped at Walnut.and Darrell 0.'MeCullo glit2S'ef'roal she was treated and released, according ,j :...:: f"f"to
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north of Graham on CR-ia when a' McDonalds and apprehended him The robber entered the Breezy1} Jackson Streets driving a 1976 Buick. Gainesville was also.arrested for the to Clay County Sheriffs Office. {
southbound vehicle when he out the other side of the \ Two In the Nathan ,
truck the run Pointe Inn on SR-26 In Melrose around .' Bond was set at $50. 'Cross was same charges. : < i, rt< =rru J passengers car, ".
j9am .
who J'j.: Brian Stewart r
pedestrian! was apparently walkIng building.The and threatened released after he posted a cash bond. .n llM" 19 and Travis Eric : ; :
In the The said Bell a woman stan of Jacksonville '!
roadway. vehicle left manager was cursing We j
and, ding at the register with a smalls Melrose VVoitiaii J..uij'" notwart'i17bth 'i't
the teeM In an unknown direction; using vulgar language while he caliber :; :
There was no physical evidence left at was Inside the restaurant and he had Walter, handgun, according to Lt.J. Hampton Man 'Charged When Car OverturnsA Damage to the 1977 Chevrolet wal. j-:, '
the asked him Starr The man fled on foot $300 (In the 8 accident. '[ .
the scene by vehicle and there was to leave. With Dec. Burglary ,.m, j j
no witness to the accident, according Under the stipulations for probationBell with an undisclosed amount of. cash' ; .( Melrose:woman; 'i- celyfeci: nilnor1
to the Homicide.. Investigator M. C. must participate in counseling Starr saidRaiford ., injuries March 13 when the steering f.
Richardson for alcohol-drug abuse,pay$10 plus$3 ffi A Christmas gift proved to be the ,- .
Row, whose address was listed as per case and report to mental health : [undoing for two men suspected of -.J .. G
1624 N. W. 4th'Ave.; was dead when for the program on March 21. Man Charged' :1[burglarizing a ranch on the nothern f
EMT Cliff Chapman in Rescue 60 edge of Alachua County last Good '. J
arrived With DWI-DWIAB :, Ad thru March 24 rr .
at the.lCene.Starke Orange Park Man December 1
Charged With DWI Kenneth Bessho of Raiford was ar-',J Hi. John Paul Robinson, 24, of Hamp- ,
rested March 11 and charged with./: [ with
Man 'Arrested David! DeWayne Montgomery, 20, driving while Intoxicated and drivingwhile ':'j Iburglaryapossseessiond) a Bradford : r I'< I
In of Orange Park influencer .of County man contacted
Drunk Parking Lot WM arrested March under the anq
19 and charged with driving while intoxicated alchollc beverage, according' tor.1 f authorities in January to check on two T j
Raymond Randall Bell of,Starke : according to Lt. Lane Trooper W. D. Langston. c,,'weapons he had been given by Robin- '- Preferred ,
was arrested March 111 and charged. '.Sibley... Bessho was stopped on SR-I6 driving -* .I+/son The guns turned out to have been
with disorderly intoxication and Montgomery was Call a 1982 Datsun. His blood alcohol,)'stolen in the burglary Dec. 23 of the or Clairol beauty j. .: j
trespass after warning, according to Street In Starke. stoalcohol blood content was .18 percent according to J Ellis 1 Hitting ranch on CR-239 InS aids less! .
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. level was.18 percent according to the the arrest record. Alachua County.The guns were taken \ f for
Bell appeared before Judge Elzie police report. Bond was set at $300. Bessho 'was along with a pickup truck,. a : Ii'=''
Sanders March 20. The judge ac- Montgomery was released after he released after he posted a $300 surety ''microWave, oven, several boxes of \ ., I; t"",

cepted his plea of guilty and sentenc! posted, a $300 surety bond. bond .1 ammunition and various frozen ',,

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Cf.l.d Vliwl N.t The invisible hair !: !
imminent arrest of four Brad Mary Davis is charged with receiving ',,,4 nett Price r reflect\ 25e off label. ,.
ford County citizens; charging them $2,081 worth of food stamps Davis out" for You! 1 Regular, Unstinted Ultra Holdl. I:
with welfare fraud, was announced was employed at Owens Illinios with Big Savings "bursting Ultra Hold Unscented or Soft Hold f
Monday by Assistant State Attorney an income of$7,000 when she obtained formulai. 4 ex. non-aerosol.. a. ,
Thomas Elwell. the, food stamps by ,misrepresenta"We OFF' OFF .'.:
Welfare fraud in. Bradford County tion. -' MAYTAGMatching
has been on the rise since the first of plan W prosecute all the $50 'MAYTAGAutomatic $ 35

the year, according to Elwell. His office violators to the fullest. extent of the
is "cracking down" the law," said Elwell
on guilty "and will ask that DryerWhan :
parties ian intense effort to relieve the individuals receive prison time." Washer 1.53aelrel
the county of individuals who "There is no reason to steal from
misrepresent their financial' status anyone, let alone the government r ConIII.... 'III'.. Price ,
and abuse the food stamp system. which Is everyone's tax dollars," said reflects 40 Charged with welfare fraud Is Tam- Elwell. "Fraud Is expensive and Extra Body or Dry and Perm.df
my Cohen, Mary Davis, Linda and deprives the elderly people and others Color Treated formulas. 16 oz.
Curtis Godwin of Starke. Cohen who are deserving of help.The county ;
fraudently failed to report she had In- distributes a certain amount of food
come, said Elwell. Her husband was stamps so fraud cheats deserving, 1.81asirol (
working at the time she falsified affidavits people out of their full share." .
which allowed her to receive One of the problems being CwidM II instant After ;.
$1,040 worth of food stamps. charged with welfare frauds that ofMi .1hI.....Ti.ulunnl Price reflects
Linda Godwin falsified an affidavit when they are convicted of the fraud 40<< off label. Normal, Extra Body
stating she had no income at thetime ,'they are still allowed to return to the + or Extra Protection formulas. 16 oz. ;
both she and her husband were work food stamp program, according to r..:
ing. As a result of her statement she Elwell. ,
received $794 in food stamps Since Even though the cases, now being' t'
both she and her husband ate. the prosecuted are charges from 1961.the '
benefits the state attorney office will individuals have not made an attempt both Washer1' MISSc1 1..81 r r
prosecute both Linda,and _her husband ,to repay the program. _+ Buying 1
Curtis. ._ .... / ,'-' ''''"r a ,"Y idD.r100"OHChest .
u n'.rlnomt), ..10 rrrtr y., 11'' ... .. Mh.cw..lc.- .I
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Bradford: Man Arrested, J_ "..... '"'A ,..Freezer-:: \ I} .> 31,, .


A Bradford County man wanted In Eastmore!: for a bond reduction hear I .' 2.69
Alachua and Putman Counties since ing at which time his attorney rr .
1980 was arrested in Knox County presented several endorsements from Miss *'--
Tennessee and returned to Putman. citizens who know the defendent. $26'8 .I. .a.IreIl""ro. for
County two weeks ago. Letters were presented from 280 Ib..capacityLW5 extra conditioning.All ihades. .
Thomas David Newman 14 chargedwith Lawtey Chief of Police M. M.Jordan, ,
possession, sate and delivery of a Waldo Chief of Police Julius Enuice,
controlled substance. His bond was Waldo Mayor Carl Beggs, attorney '
set at $200,000, according to the Put- Dudley Hardy and Judge George SAWYER 301 "South' Starke I
QUALITY BUY
,man Clerk's Office. The 'warrant Pierce. BUY f

charged Newman with an offense on Eastmore declined to reduce
Judge
March 17, I860, according to
or about the bond despite the letters of recom- AWYR 'II'
Glenn Norris.
Investigator was mendation but allowed Newman to be i. VISA
The Alachfaa painty warrant "
'released under $200,000 property
for a Rico ''organization bond,, which was posted by Ronald GAS & APPLIANCES
corruption warrant! Newman, J; D. Odom and Stanley .
act). The col 't ecalledjhat,
March 14,actor* 'n to Alachlttun" Noegel The trial date for Putman County. is 332 W. Madison Phone 964-7701 ''j
ty Sheriff ( ffi e r
Newman P :ia) dew; set for May 9. 7ZN!
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In 1981., the Game and Fresh Water
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designed to give Florida hunters an 1983 Lincoln Town Cars 5993.00 .
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early-migrating ducks. ((2)) 9.000 miles . oj . 4 '16,495
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whether a duck originated northof 2 Door, . . . . . . '4195
southern a line border corresponding of Virginia with by the the 1981 Cadillac Coupe DeVille No ExtrasKM "

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duck stamps 2 Door 23,000 miles . . R. '11,495
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I Researchers Say Fruit Extract May Ease? Chronic Back Pain I


Gainesville, n. "The injection of J within the body" he expalins. ment of extruded discs in the-lower
a papaya fruit extract chymopa-, y M1MAi "8ecall e of this life-threatening, back and not for use in the neck or
,pain), recenUy adopted Into general although'0m&saa4 niaotjon every pachellt regions.! "
mttdieal 'pt.ctl(+a. ;tteatiit, tient ?
a for undergoing chymbpupain inpecInjections of Chymopapain are-per
., ,painful extruded, discs in the.lower! lion should' be attended by an formed under local _general
: tajik, will-be successful for selected anetfltieiiloloKist; is prepared to anesthesia. ',Guided,by fluotoscopy
,
patients, but the procedure has Mi administer appropriate treatment at .(moving x-rays), the physician
ricks and Uraitatto" GalnesvUte the first 'indication, of shuck." ,carefully inserts a six-Inch spinal needle
iWurosurgeon, saySvr: SyperL who like several- other into, the center) of the. extruded
t'. ;pr. Sypert, University of Florida Florida Burgeons completed Special disc'One the needle la In position, a
professor. neurosurgery and chief training 'In chymnpapaiiv" >Injection contrast media is injected to verify
of mnirosiirgeryv.at"tbe.Gainesville through a course offered toy; the that the disc is herniated. Next, the
: Veterans Administration Medical American Association of chymopapaln! is Injected i Into the
r Center, joins .handful' of 'Florida. Neurological Surgeons and the targetrsite where begin breaking
surgeons now Including the FDA/ Amenran Academy of Orthopaedic down the matrix-of the nucleus of the
Approved chymopapaln injections Surgeons advises that potential padisc so that it no longer holds its semi-
i the spectrum of treatments, offered. : tient*' should receive the, same liquid! content*.) t i, -i. ; J :
fw herniated lumbar 1U1I: a. thorough/ diagnostic work-up as that 'Many philosophies! prevail in
which precedes lumbar lisc surgery- regard to the use of Chymopapain "
:Voicing concern that potential- including either, or;, both a' CT scan- Sypert'' says "Many' practlcTonersmay
Uenta may expect too much from the- (computerized i axial{ tomography advise .multiple injections. in
,
papaya enzyme preparation Dr; and a myelogram x-ray of the spinal order to treat every disc that Is bulg
SypertNys'the chances for region with contrast media injection). ing extruded, but I believe that
F In relieving a patient's back pain w n "In the .
diagnostic assessments, we Chymopapain injection should be performed
depend greatly upon the size and loca 't pYl need to be'very careful to check for only in the disc that is extrud-
x lion of the bulging disc. Surgery will ,Ff 1 Yr problems other than herniated discs.ad to the point that it Is pinching a
still be the only corrective treatment g, such as bone overgrowth (also called nerve and Is I the source of the
for certain patients with large extruded spondylosis or arthritis of the spine patient's pain." '
discs,, or'whose'' herniated discs and spinal cord tumors which should .'The papaya derivative will have
have torn through the ligament sur- be treated quite differently Sypert. an important place as a step between
i 4 i founding saij( extended; 'into'',the I f Y says. conservative treatments and majorHe
w spinal( canal, or for patients whose' 4 adilH,."Close to!90 percent of pa' back surgery, but for the patient's
disc has completely extruded and Is tients suffering from a herniated lumbar safety, Chymopapain injections
free of 'attachment within the disc have problems with discs' should only be. done by qualified ,
vertebral column," he says. located between the lower two' specialists in the surgery of spinal
C' wllfbe vertebrae, and it Is precisely this. .disorders in a hospital letting, he
'Chymopapain Injections a region' that may be treated via says. "The potential for abuse or
'good alternative' to major surgery for .Shock ,Absorber... chymopapaln. The Food misuse of this
many patlenta who' meal,' the' Administration approve simpltcityof
has great due to the relative
diagnostic criteria that makes them University of Florida Professor George Syperf points to fellow resrarcMera'may have found a substance with great Chymopapain Injection only for treatthe procedure."* .
..
appropriate candidates for the pitCttdure *- area of the lower back which la a source of debilitating >promise for. lessening this pain papaya fruit extract,
,,"Sypert says.."Based on data pain'to millions of.people each day. Sypert thinks he and y.a:',.

'.1: from previous studies, three'out of substance in that It does not dissolve therapies as bed rest, traction,.truc-* three months before subsiding. "In
\.; four patients undergoing these collagen, the tough fibrous tissue surrounding tured exercise,posture training,musr 1 most cases of lumbar disc surgery Announcing the
\ lions, will experience pain relief Injec: In the vertebral discs. When cle relaxant drugs, and in we generally know within a week or lake Butl.,./
the sucessful cases: ,, he explains, the needle is placed properly and the cases,weight reduction" he.. so whether or not the operation was
"Chymopapain works by dissolving injection is done within the center of the injection should fall{ to bring come\\; successful," he gays. Union County
the gelatinous material in the center the disc It merely dissolves the gel- quate pain relief it does not BELIEVER'S WORD
,
of the disc, thereby reducing its size like substance inside the disc. Once the patient's chances,for undergoing !t "The major risk associated with
and relieving pressure on adjacent the Chymopapain has done Its job, it is lumbar disc\ : surgery at a {f '. Chymopapain Is that of anaphylactic r' SEMINAR
spinal nerves 'The patient!. .left Inactivated quickly by molecules In successeswith ,shock,which may occur in about one -: with '
without scar. aIn ? the blood and other tissues." Despite some dramatic in'every 100 patients and can be fatal '
Chymopapain' in terms of fast /!. within less than two minutes after the EDWIN E. ANDERSON ;
response to concerns that the "Perhaps the greatest advantage of recovery Sypert says many patienurt injection," Sypert says. "Such shock
w papaya extract might dissolve more chynriopapain injection is that it may will''need.to be very 'patient" in ; is caused by severe allergic reaction Thursday & Friday i't [
than it Is intended 'to, Sypert says, help many patients who failed to, awaiting results since back pain and\ }, to-the papaya enzymes which"are f March 24 & 25 ..
"Chymopapain Is a very interesting benefit from such conservative muscle: ..pa'ma.may. persist! for one,to }recognized as foreign substance -'N, 7:3O'
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'40J ,L Union. County. High School


1[ :Brooker N ewe 1 Edwin Anderson Is a graduate of Kenneth E. Hogln's RHEMA Bible.
1' : Center In
I Training Tulsa Oklahoma, and Pastor of Faith Christian.
' : Fellowship, a Word-Oriented, (Charismatic)' Full-Gospel. church
I''' by C.E.'"Sue" Davis announces Joel Brewer has been Brooker Elementary r :" Christina Bath,Josh Crawford,David in' High Springs. .
"The Newborn James Smith, Kevin Snow '
485.1344Eastel'Acth4ties selected as a member of Order ,
: phone of the Arrow." The O.A. Fellowship Students ar-Brooker I Elementary?I Kyle Starling,Tammy Wilkerson,Bil- Reverend Anderson !leaches the Importance of he Word of GodIn
'I'I: Planned' tap-out will be held at Camp Shands in' recognized for, outstanding academic ly Johnson and Trina Fletcher. the life of the believer with an emphasis. upon faith and the
: for.Mareb' 27.: April. The troop is still working on achievement during the fourth Christ six-J/ Fifth grade: Penny, Roe Vince ministry of' the Holy Spirit. '

.. Rev Andy Moon.of the 'Brooker .various projects to raise funds for the' ,week Snow;grading Chris received periodwere a framed: K-3, cer Robinson, Don' McDavid. Kelley Come and allow God's Word to minister. to you, spirit/'soul, and
Sarah
Baptist Church announces that Sunday upcoming campout at Camp Old Indian l'tDyal Douglas, Stephanie body. -
tificate and certificate from '
a $3 gift
near Greenville S.C. during the Gainey, MUissa Hislop and Robbie
March 27 baa been set aside for
Wester .Steer Steak House.
the annual Easter luncheon, egg hunt summer Please support your scouts nominees were'Jay Mann, Matt Stafford ,Kendrick and Tina WillinRhom. ___ _
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be taking part'in all functions and alma oar ea e - r
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,and play time for all members and'' ,and Eric Mason. }, I -
f friends of the church money raise projects, .' ;\ tr- E.ter Special 1
Grades 4. winner \was Patricia _
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After'' the morning worship services Around Town.;.; i framed ce :.

:served, a In'covered the, church dish luncheon dining will room be sThe;community-ts real prowL,of ,,Bath tificate who and received a fS gift a certificate'Jo htd*"' f1j 'tI u' . ,March lS'- April 2 .
Thomas Moon, 13.son of Rev and Western\Steee! Stenk House.iX>tn f s .. .
followed by an egg hunt atthehomejf.. : Mrs.Andy Moon- of BtdDkerTwhotOOkl noratMM' tvor: *,KytoStatlihg: and<4 \\e "' \\ v : Little Girls .Perms,:, ,J// .11) ,
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Run held( dacfcBDn"*eertiticat.andas-fsdreo IJ' frO ny W'kq.ero (>.1" j-tJ' ,
1 sports, a volleyball net will be set up the vllle.recent Thomas River came In with n a time of McDonald's. Most Improv'ed s'tlldelltj, p'C vt a u7ide:' f' / g"'i pes 11-17" ,

in the churchyard for their convenience .:17. were Roxann Kelley, Kristy Starling! ,* j I .s. p aStti .DO'lJn\J 91s.Cgtl ku"'r10ls : .
other'activities
1 plus plannedfor Justin Kendrick Shawn Bass,Johnny t: '
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to come Join us. Sam Lee last week were H.N.Bevis of Foster and David Wilkerson. '2.\ By ,
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t Boy Scout News.... Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood .A-B honor roll students inclu'ltrit ':II' $3500 spas 17 & under '.
Master Bevis and daughter of Miami, Mrs. grade: Amy Crews, Matt Stafford 964-4556
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: Scout Stephen Hunter, Dorothy Cunningham of Jacksonville ,Jason Corbine,Mandy Garrard. ; $4' 500 I
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the Brooke ., Boy Scout Troop No. Sam Lee' sister, Mrs. Cliff (Flora) ty Starling,Jason Dodd,Mary Dunne, I OPEN
J18 on a weekend camped and sports Kelly, is a patient in North Florida Iris Banks and Stephanie Sowell. u I' Register for Free Easter Basket
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;i;(.J.re-- 7''River.dteUnfhike f the young men We. wish a speedy recovery for, McLeod Larissa Scott Mitchell Jace 8 5 pm Jackson JI ,
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1IiE''iisually \ campout was George W Davis and Mrs. Kelly who Gainey Justin i Nellie McKnight Latoria Herring : Dephnn
'ii, postponed duetolheavy rainfall. are both in the same hospital and for Pierce. Pam' Bryant, and Gwen. Fletcher - - - : :
Scouts attending were.Kevin Starling Mrs: Theo Dyal In Alachua General .
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1-. ,J4 n lft G Hattee;llrtA f.' \AIIoBplUI, all In Gainesville. Parrish Third grade StaceyWentworth: Steve I (
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g.Kendricks, Randall and Mike Smith Ruby SPRING '
Griffis, Shawn Bass and Phillip
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FORRENTNOW HELP Today/
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUti YARD SALE
LAKE REGION'

MAKE. lOT on sand bottomed ; : 't AMD* .In Do*'. 4ft. ;WOOD ORAINi" ondblack MNTINOi 2 and 3 WANTED, BIN6O..AMERICAN i ;. FANTASTIC, TWO" .0 ,11 r.HCMWUSi'j"" ,, COtlN'tY MONITOR '

In Hitler..*. '$800 ''Wal. *mil' **nerrh 00pose. ., vinyl padded .bam bedroom mobllehomes, LEGION HAUSr-2l: Saturdays TEtronApir "471.nt "
March
NO. $,........ per monthv("" Keystone! "" ,*"ILoM JII. .. with four )matching* 'highbock $133/mo. one! up. Cali47Tl ,LICENSEDCOSMOTO&OOISTi: 7>.on and sW.04'"=; fM Saturday; Gwxsvw 26'"all: 964-6303. <, .' ,, ,. 1
llak. 473-403B ,o*" .; ...'.... ..., .,. .*wlvel! 'Jtool.M eiooAdlllmt : or .,,-,07.. lake full, or 9-8 p.m.:Public, : No. 10.located, Springs Condo j .
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after 6 p.nv.3/J; icill ...".;end. deep -111 41140' < ,' $125! orsomethInil Geneva Mablleham Pal Part time Call 475-2211 tfnchg." south. J/24 HWY 21 rfjfJlftfiiigtf Sr '
wtthIHP pump.v'SU.OM. !jwlH.rad4'far' DorI,' Hair Clinic. 324tfnchg ALCOHOtlCtANONYMOUSl: 1. 1 Itchg Pearce 'iljH 1 k'II
ttnchg 1000 rr.t available 1UVlNO m SAUi April 12. "' .. ,' .
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*rl for / Closedmeltings l .
OINiVA Term* eeaotleble -equal
:;EBSAUTWUI. LAKE ;' directly In front IOf ) County rood 332,:left HW Appllanc* > ,
oc<*** Iota from $5,500, | _,000 esfc, AshlerNellie. 473-7140: .evenings. 324itehg MAirawrssSER NEEDUh far Monday1 B 'p.m. Jl north, .Rvpalr r
'S MO down $71.74 per It. EwMk itread"rool 1 ,? ,; %';. '.,; Keystone Past Office. busy...... Apply at Sail Open meeting, Friday' 41P.M. ad truck follow tires, signs' Sh i'' '\'
CaineJOaI7M.. Phone 473-2014. 3/24.; Hair and rims, All Work Ouaronfil" "
15! _nth. Discount on .,1111re, ... l'7i CHlV. MONZA wagon. tfnchej. Work 475-2140.3/10 Alortan, Monday t! *of*. .chair. *. end tables, ;
177.74" Unchg TO, < \(' ,
.eN' '10 _..'One watorfrorl p.m. All meetlnjs 'at 'bedroom,
ocr .231. V-o. 4speed. Ill AC, ,2111. tBATNl mobile home ORIU suite. small apt AH Brands. )nchidtiHJ|MlcrowavM
21I .
lot. CoIl) 473-073. A14'Atfnl "tJ4, ;' /. '/' trailer, 'hlt COOK OXPWIWUJ. Educational "lom-, lirwns ,. '
: :> hAi't2600.: furnished with washer and, 4.A ,carpets, Serving lake BakMtr, ; \'.
.... 7 ) ; \ /; Call..73.3728. 3/24 ItcKg munity Church or* I -
_fl MOrarrV, J.r11cor. 'I 01 11111ililailiATOIN"\ : :*T3-42I6.;3/24 ztchg. '/.3'- dryer.$290/10. plus $1110d.po.lI. ," 475&2130.V3: tfnchg' "" lamps bookcase*,cloth**, ((904)4) .4.174. '
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..... of Lawrence Blvd. "n' lewl -never u..... .$300. .. Call.. 4732747Mon.Fri. and -vowaIMKO. ..ANONYMOUS ,tptt i 324SATURDAY
l' and Flamingo near SR-IOO .. Call 4737041. 3/17-24 'p.m. PERSONALSERVICES No du..I lee or weigh" Ins. .
Saturday 9-1. 3/3-31"tehg Open._ MARCH 16
-X and SR-21 Inler.ocllon.I 2tcbg Inge Tveso/H
office coinple ,..)1 WO YAMAHA BM$PEOAli'Shaft FORRENT FOB RINT-WHITi SANDS 7:30: "p.m. Community' Storting ..m. Breezy "mmm"mmua
4-separat LAKIi 2BR.. 1 bath screen Point Paxid."south.side of
excellent Church-:
1 corner lot with enJ : tonoltipn.Under Educational Used Mobilo'
S" trances ej on 3-lde. 'of 9000 mile*.', Needs .0'''<::1 SPACE'lacing parch tSOO/month. ALSOtPOll CARVENIRY; AND MASONRY Building'; Ky.ton* take a.-.Iod frame. ,, \ Homos
:a "" fires Musl sell,*1500. RENTs 3BM-. 2 bam on WORK > Building patios, Height. 473-2790. '2/3 bunk beds tank'
r: building. Owner financed, new lowrence Blvd. Next door propane
Bedrooms
Ihroo.IIIIO.q.ft.At.tic 2 & 3
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addition
i with low Interest rate.,Call Colt 473-7041. 3/17,24. Andrews Drugs. Alsoseveral remodeling tfnchg. with regulator, window
"" 473-4WO or 47334113 2tchg large office for fan $330/month. homes and tile work Free BINGO lion Club ocrose door, beds table 2 new'unpsults. '
!! tfnchgAIK PONTOON BOATs IBM.Kayot rent In rear of building. ,Keystone REALTOR Heights 4737961WANTED Really .estimate phone 473-4473 from high Khool. fueay" ., ( Rain, or. ShIne. One full year warranty
Inc..
COWRISSOis $125.C,114733276.3241tchg aluminum canopy. facing Flamingo. Call CARPENTER during day. 3/3 tfnchg WORKt Early Bird 7 p.m. Regular Under. ....... Mlscj Items.Pressure Completely! Rcondf! lonexl
60 hp Evlnrude $2000. 473-3411. 3/3 tlnchg 7:30 p.m. Public: Invited 1
:: With custom trailer $2500. OFFICE SPACI.downtown J Remodeling work kitchen 2/3 tfnchg. '
c= ALUMINUM SCAT UFTSi and During week call 473-2818 next to ''Stele Form : cabinets and trim carpel OLD KEWSPAPmtonyono Washing John D. Brown
CARPET AND VINVLl In.
dock by Shor-Mastr.. or Jacksonville 1-268-3894. try. Reasonable prices. wanting them please call Mobile Homes '
Center
::I See display at'litilkw'adleal 3/24-4/14. 4tchg (160/Moi Keystone Keystone stollatlons and Ten repairs.Free Call 473-2477 after S:3O the Monitor at .73-2210 [Houses, Stucco etc Home Center Inc.
HWY 21N or call estimates. yearsomporlenco. 3/3 ,
HONDA' XL-I7SI rebuilt Heights' Realty. Inc., p.m. tfnchg durIn business I hour*: i.
473-2995. 3/24 Itcha Call .73.217.a.k 3n 473-4165
engine runs like new. 2/10 :
REALTOR 473-4961. 3/3 for Craig. 3/10-3/31 SR-21 47M77S .
David Kcy.toneWANTED Hgga.
I Asking 473-4010 s4so.coil 3/24 Itpd I tfnchg 4tchg. ,A' Free Estimates "

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For Sale Union County Ads INSURANCE : FOR RENT1VPEWRJTTRRS FOR SALE 'PERSONAL'SERVICES

3 BR Concrete Block ,
trimmed In brick. Located MAINE INSURANCE AGENCY CARMAU A TRACTORi: with
at 720 NE 3rd. St. near 160 S. Lake Av*.. Lake AND ADDING ,NILl PAY CASHi For your -
lake. .u" .... 496-397B. Complete, MACHINES FOR usedmobile home- Ray hGaororodwseorotndidtiocnWtivaltoOomO.Phone AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY
MINTs Union County Times. Powell 496-3377. TFN 1/27 AND SATURDAVi 7:30
TFN
Insurance Service. p.m.
2 BR- 14'xU1one17x7. %; 496-2673 after 6p.nt.
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85 SW 2ndAvo.. Lake
I KANDYMANt Experience In, In MacclennyFlorida..
Living roomI3'x20' Butler. Phone 496-2261 for Itchg.BSDHOOM.
most trades. Kitchen ,Hauler and
REAL Buyerswelcome.
; dining room. Now Accepting Applications more Information TFN bathroom, remodeling. t MOBILE HOMSt Call 299-2429
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or
ITxlZi kitchen irxl7 99 ft., |1969 model $3200.
; ;; ESTATE 10/1. Quality workmanship. Call 299-4471 far mar informa
den J'xZO1 with fireplace.WW MOBILE HOMI SPACE' FORBENTi Richard 496-3094 In Lake 285 SW 4th St. Lake Butler.Phone tion. 4tchg beg 2/24.

carpet on hardwood for LOOKING FOR a special On on*, acre, nice Butler.WURSrS. 496-2726fthg 3/17 REDUCE SAFE AND Ill
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Iloors. 1.76 acres of land. piece of property II Idon't and shady. Two mile out I AIDES Are In demand 324.ONI with CoBese Capsules and
George Langley have It. I'll find It-Just' of town. Hwy. 121. Phone, by hospital TON 76 GMC.'TllUCKIDual "Vop0... pills." Andrews

LO 496.2505 One & Two Bedroom ,Apartments -.k....JANE S. USHER. 496-2955. vrywhr Lake City axel flat bed V-8. Drug 229 W. Main$1.
$2,399 and nock 8X20 I
3 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR over
REALTOR 496-2126 ha lUll
or Community College a CLEMONS, no longerresponsible
496-2903, eves.. ,"Your RENTi Large living room. Nurs*'* Aid Training ft. goo* neck trailer dual *for1 any bill I,

NURSINGEDUCATION, .County Realtor tfn large dinning room and Class beginning April 11. oust electric bracket and Mary Ann demon mokes
APARTMENTSnJ:, kitchen. Call Tom Jenkins To started In this light$2,499.2 and 1/2 ton after 3/19/83,
LAnE BUTLER get little 3/24.
Arch Feed. Grinder$3.B93.
4962416. Itpd,3/24, Way .
INSTRUCTOR health profession call Mancla FREE ,DOOt Pan 'Col 11*.

11 1005 S.W. 6th St.. Lake Butler. Florida ., Skinner at 792-1622 Itchg 3/24.Phone 4962494. Laves ....... Needs. homo In
1 Ext. 231. 2tchg 3/17 3/24.
country femol.
grown'
for I EASSETT NOUNOSi
Responsible professional - - -- - -- - AKC. 3
,fARO WORK OONIi Cleaning Phone
-1193.:tpd 3/24.
and paraprofesilanal and 1/2 year old mal*
orientation training APARTMENTS FEATUREWall : ... Opportunity reasonable, and ra...,mowing.. Also buy 'and female, Four 6 week YARD good. SALBi condition.Girl dam Long**.

and continuing education. 'aluminium brass and eld. one male, "threefornale. ,dresses
)Store With Go cons and miscellaneous'
Annual Salary Range: to wan carpeting Draperies 'Refrigerator For Loo* ''cooper. Call Larry Starvey Rolfonf. All $125 each. Item. 470 SW lit St., third
$16,7044".306.Contact *) 431-1507. 'Itpd,
3/24 house 'behind
at '496-2773. 2tpd Parrlsh's
: Merrlet Hlg- Stove On-Slght Laundry facilities 3/31. J/24, Store, Saturday beginning at

gins, R.N., Nursing Standards .Ior with strong marketing ...11I.. a.m.Itpd.3/24.- ,
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Macclenny Florida 32063. .. be*. High ........location If the shoe
((904)) 259.6211. Ext. 115. Rental Assistance Available for those who qualify end Ita.... doesn't fit..sell iit!

EEO/AA Employer. : Fred Powell "


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NOW BEHAVIOR HELP HELP HELP WANTED_ CARS & '

TREATMENT UNITm WANTEDPSYCHIATRIC WANTED WANTED[ TRUCKS WE CAlI. .
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I AXIES TIPJESi 2 axles + 4 AN61L "
Openings on all shifts.xcallent Starke Ads REAL ESTATE SALISPROIllScholarships WORK AT NOMBt Job tire*. We pkfc-up. $100; OR OVBMIIL
f benefit
m- I nclude*: Insurance package: NURSE SPECIALIST unlicensed. persons.available ERAFaulknet'lioalty64,5065.far 'available.' Substantial earnings You deliver "25.' Ollns 1111M III ....'.
poMlbla. No experience. Mobil Homo Solos. Hwy. 4976 FORD LTD MOMOK3i4
Health Life. Dental
; Call ,((312) ," .
I 100 W Starke. 9649606.WAMTEOrOLD '
II. Disability AuJZ.und 1 II ''t S"lilM ',', ...,..... NEW 10/28 rra ''- '74Hr97aO Oep- 3I2O for In.torniaijon "TFctiiI'' .._..,v .... 'I'''' .--vwl '''''''''''toP.: ; I'I
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10 HoHday" lj V"ldVocation .: :*MMl* p- *f tf tt 1 WAITIISSCOO..Mu.., lime position ?' 'r. Sar. : '"
ISI: days, 13 paid sickdays \ PERSONAL PERSONAL I T'6pnlngsori, 'all shilts."collonI be experiences., "ApplyManager. 11121.1ble f experienced STANLEY PtANESl Phone tin' 'WM 30 .
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j shift differentials/ if Garden '
SERVICES SERVICES benefit OR-RN. Excellent benefit 964-8331; B a.m. to 5 p.m.
j:1: ell service free Continuing package Include: Insurance Restaurant 800 N. TempleAve. Applicant apply at Br or 461101551.1120 tfn ,5TARKEPOWER

,Ifi: Education Programs, Paid : Health Life, Slark.. 3/10 tin ford Hospital 964-6OOC; SOMEONR TO RENT TO 1976 Ford -
::! retirement High Staff-to- BILL'S I SAW SHOP Complete BRADFORD SEPTIC SIRVICEl Dental Disability Auto CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great I Income ext. 141. E.O.E. 3/17 Jtchg OWN or. rent. month tonionth 4 WD Truck MENT

I I Patient ratio.' Competitive sharpening service, circular Residential pump-outs. and Cancer. potential. All occupations' 3/24 Office furniture Block. Excellent condition. SNOINE
:! Salaries. hand carbide, For Informationcall PART TIME SALES SUPERVISOR calculator (SERVICE
I S55 w* also re-loy drain 10 Holidays, 13 paid typewriter* 4-pd, AM/FM
:! Nor.hemt Florida State chain mower blade hollow lines. 9648121. 11/18 tfn Vacation day, 13 paid ((312))' 741-978O Ext. .florida Time Also have one heavy duty Top*. 78,000 rnll$4,000 -----

Hospital located 25 miles ground and balanced RENT TO OWNi Office furniture sick day, shift differentials 2120. 3/24 2h>d 3/31 Union seeks Individual to copying machine. Hurry or best offer. 41 .Sews. .

.. West of Jacksonville 45 leave at Jackson Building typewriters Inservlc, free Continuing NURSINGEDUCATION work afternoons and early ,Com by today and check; 964.7912. Call ,
day is.
... minutes north ofGaln..vlll. Supply in Starke, Keytsona calculator and one heavy Education Program '_nlngo. Supervise sale us out. THE OFFICE SHOP, : Walnut:

10. Heights or lake Butler. 'duty copying machine *. Paid retirement, INSTRUCTOR 1 crew In local branch. Must Ill W. Call .St.i Stark. [next*Roster'sint.
have car and .prefer salesexperience. 964-9764. tfn' Classified Ads
Contact: Merrlet Hlgllns. .TFNchg avallabla. Or rent monthto High Staff.To.Pat lent y"-kgo
for
964-S16S SubwrTodovlUSW
VZ.: Nursing Standards "WINO REPAIRED MACHINES month. Com by today. ratio. Competitive Responsible for professlonal Interview. Ill! 3/24 CARD OB fMKJ&nwmdno : Get Results
All makescleaned
peclollst or Carolyn THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. Salaries.' .
:r and poroprolesslanol EXPERIENCED SAWERt *r Nol-Alto do
oiled and adjusted.
i!: Russell Psychiatric Nor* Call St.. Stark. 964-3764. Northeast Florida State orientation training Wanted for expanding *repair far what-hove-you-' '
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$15. Workguarantsed. v 014 SINCE 1969-
Specialist Supervisor ((904)) tin Is"located
Hospital 23, and continuingeducation. awmlll. 'Solorv'' Motor| overhauls a special
2596211. James WANT TO DRINK mile West of Jacksonville .' negotiable. 904-372-9963. W.9l after 6 p.m. WAYNE KINNEY

:# Positions also available Strickland; corner Morgan THATS YOUlilUSINES5 45 minutes north ofGoln..vlll. Annual, Salary Range Must hav rfernc 3/17 4tchg 4/O7 1 .1 ,
=: In Children's Unit (evening Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg WANT TO STOP *. 1670420306. HOUSEKEEPIRl Application.now 'AXLES I a TUBSSt Two axle Ing
ELECTRICAL-3_
Atill CON
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i hilt) and Adult Population CHAIN LINK FENCEl Install THAT'S OURS Contact: Merrlet, Higgins Contact Merrlet Higgins .being token. Apply In land four IIr... $140. l-qEFRIGERAT

-([oil shifts). .... Free estimates. Handy. Alcoholics Anonymous Nursing Standard R.N.,:Nursing Standards person only. Trail Mollowtal Green's Welding Shop. 301 '
Mae ,,
Man Fence Co.. loW ,? fI
owner 964-41SO 94414349e4ei94 Specialist or Carolyn Northeast tpd 3/24 South.Stark, Fl. 964-5007, ,
Specialist
Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. Russall Psychiatric Nurse Slot M YOUR OWN BOSS I Work 3/17 "'chrI"lfIT' ,..1l1o.t.ESTlMAT
rfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 11/2513111d "Florida ,from ham. No experfence. -., PERSONS INTERESTED ,,'ln Fltl""
Specialist Supervisor
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REPAIR Call Hospital; : Over'$900 club for ,9't.L
i Brine Jones SubscribeTedelif ((904)) 2596211. per family-oriented .
the Office Shop 110 W. (32063. ((9.04)) wk. plus JIOM""' ''. No sale ,off-road riding end camp .,\ <, .
EXPERIENCED PAINTERs Position alto avallablaIn ,
Land Fill 259-6211Ext.,115., '' .... .
s required. Call out A-TC a ATV
": Call St., Starke for details. Neat work. Interior or ... Children's Unit (evenIng EEO/AAlmployor. ; oxt Ii 914: l1.
,312-920-9725. 2729. Call .
((3-wheeler
.Install new septic tanks. 964-S764. On.SubscrIbelodayl. terior. Free estimate shift) and Adult 933-2829.'
Repair drain lines a Filter" $/U "'!'d..I1", .1"..3U.! T "Iy .
i Reasonable price with Population (all shifts). NORTH CAROLINA I "'elM'ftctCtffiMJ.
beds. CLASS CUT TO ORDERi good references. Call

Pump Septic tanks Doors, window etc "" .5177. Itpd 324I MOUNTAINS, Tired of Wet Ft? ...,
Pumping Hook-up a JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY WILL DO YOUR SHOPPINGand Ill excess '
Repairs 964-6078. Order alsotaken .'.34..rea Meal for camping Concerned evor th* cost' for L6ngcha111PA7P0S8A"c; -
:'.! deliver to your door FISHERMAN'S LODGE
In Lake BUtler for 1000. Call Edith. or trailer Excellent access soptlv tank Installations'roqulrlnrj' fill?_ Inc. .' ." .
2 80. 2 BA Mobile hem .
j :i; 275-2197 496-3079 and Keystone 468-2624. Itchg 3/24 Located on Big leke Santa* large timber cover Worried that you may not got a Bopttc .JUST BDUCEDi,. One* for grewtng faun.\0f.A Pa.DA.l .,
Heights 473-4973. 2/26 tfn this tract./AH, utllltl... "" IBM ft. Uf fenced becfcyerd en\.fl\ fe
;( HANDYMAN Odd fobs F* Canal Hwy. 21 $5350.00-iTolol Price. ,tank pormlt at.. allf ; I se> f* .
FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS around ma house. Sticking Comldor'*' ,of our lovoly high, elemental ol-M,000.. .'".
doors window lock. $850.00 ctewry payment 'WHAT A PRAU M, 1 Ill like loyelllpatio Screen.*

J .1." W. Cell St. changed all typo of assume tool woodod" homovltos, with BOptlc tank" "pormlt. and hug :,4eubl, for ........ Men%

lndpndnt 9647303Open general household repair .CICIO.IA'm. K'; .xtr..-|...100, PWa
Dozier Service Haul*' En lake:; 3 front 1/3 to S micros all 61111ralfl6rd.
Free estimates. Phone acre ; have flno 'listings' v
By the |1olo-. rile hour. T.W.IF. 9 HI StSO Slarke, 964-4434.3/24 bedroom.>) -bath, large many
3tpd County Koyton Oak,. Paradlo In Starka,and
rock '.... custom kit Keystone
Thurs. 11 AM HI 7 PMSet. Ilrep' ..
No..foe too big' or toe small. '
High Quality Work at 9 AM till 'M' t CYPRESS ST. I chen. Screened In 1Ox36 yiow Gonova Wood, Live Oak Estates.< Call today or !op by.our office,

.j Reasonable. Prkes. 'Appolintmerl 1 BR. 2 BA Kern large front .do<;k:1: overlookinglake. KoyBtono Cub .btatoB A Faraway lot- jU.S. '

47-1016 Not Always Necessary, let en peved Street* kud .A I Hail too le lake _., ,oj I",

1ntfn W..900.niiifALRKNlllllAL. frontage paved road Iran- ; South, *

,1 logo. immaculate beautiful JACK 4t AS5OC .JvUchoolB.Coonoy. '. Realtor 'V' .... '
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.9. setting. Plenty of, swimming 1 ... .. .
NEW A"ID USED boating and just Ideal Realtor I Doy.4-y- : ove'll"'filFt. ..' ,.
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I Ii Boolfor* living "9/100.00./ "exwcellent ____ .,

EXCELLENT BUYlovry 3 term. .473-7060, Or M You1 re Interested .
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.R,,Home on M Ac. Plus lot Acfesfseverar; if 'In A New.Homo, 'i.il'; ;' ;
.1.69 bfdg. "h '!< In 25500.
A & W Mobile> Homels Sales .VACUUM country. .
o2'A,5 A 10 ACRE Tract of sites great access, 'lovely '
Rt. 3, Box 182 K lighway 17 South' SALENEW Land setting good view. Ready l7Ytttk1oid'Sale: LIMITED' '. :
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EAST PALATKA. Fk.ORIDA3203h: -' RANCHETTE: 3 BR, 2 BA to build on' W75O.OC exvcellent IWOKY"t

." & USEDWe brick home 'an, S Ac.INCOME fall 1500.00 ;;.Ji":


WALTER" < ,(BUD)f'ALVARI> i" ;'Z. -olromcg on 320551S204662 ounwe"P"oftgo Finance KIRBYS Our Own-" ; $;0i ESTAU: *dawn These paymentv"Msi! a fsmi'ofover 1/\;/:\ 1,1: Gulf ATF.KtMM 1 9' '.9 an II 3 bill: brick veneer Vh' b ia. eenfral MiA" '


ROYALS PRODUCINGPROP 2000 I IWsnos.W*have I : ', ,carport.. uSJ tyroom".nd: tar"ft. _.. .
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I EUREKAS : Home 3 fill and all type of property fromi Oil Filters": '';.'' i '&; Quaker' ; on 'your tot x

GOOD INVESTMENT Shop:& Compare!! HOOVERS X.I... ,hoolill Ac. of $900.00 per *er* and up.! ; ', .. ",.
PROPERTIESVflth Special' far ELECTROLUX pecan tree.Currently produce W* hav* sitWfl tract*. w*> "" $2.90 B* b' ,? f'i TV' ){ Statecam
insurance I $3Q950.I1104i424448'
U Mobile Home )parks .FILTER QUEENS. Income of $845 per also have ijjverol I cabins.), Ca.IM Cheap/ : ; ..
excellent_' .. 'SEARS mo houses/ a 'forlll etc, '
Hwy.. Mil Goo eretten All type .Ofhorneoutners COMMERCIAL *9 AC WITH BARN septic Writ or call:today for,a Auto LiteSparkPlugs Summer c /.

buildlog. IIIco, else lot. 2 policies'far well power pole fencing free lining iwochure. Vow '" "4-6fl53 [ PMOWC: ,9MS: ;'
We repair all make I ', I., .
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i buys wish 11ft and elkoWAh t. i-
.: ...ulp_. 61419 Can for Quote AI! Young's i BANK REPO: Commercial l-BOO.43B.74n o",, Writ 0 iorcoli .. \. ,;: "' ''." ; LonychmpVAI ", ./hie.'If :

typos of .Sfebllshobwsbmoo" property. Hwy 301 Block lodoy.tl' : :, .

Olln's, ,Mobile, Since 195"gS46918 .I bldg.. Paved 2.40Qsq. ft. an 1.37 CH S&WMnffl. ." .. _..,,, r: Wl Wl'J' ..' ........ ....... rj .'t '1

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FOR SALE FOR SALE CARS, FOR. RENT FOR RENT LAND

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;'OA"-'Ol" ., tI\\ .ktvrclay'; :nmiwooD. TRUCKS FOR SALE
March 24. A..... ,haw two or ...FOR' SAtlk oak miD ALUMINUM PLATES RENt_ A' .VIEW BALDWIN MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE ,
building far rent ot 'SOI 40"pine.. *, length 24" to1 24x36*, 25 ent each. Uld IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY PIANO for your child only' HOME PARK. Mobile '

Thompson .Street, ..Itpd.RIMODtUNO crap: price firewood 1/2 card oak$30> ; '. In' printing newspaper. .JEEPS. FOB $44 through tha $22.50/1flO'>; plus mail' homo and spaces for rent.. ONI ACM LOT Facing R-16 rtaitlle -
.. : pin.i $10 truckload. Sunshine or Great lor minor repair' .U.S, Government' Get the moving, .charge.All" rent Recreational vehicle W. Septic tank light pole, gar
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/ SALE at Trail Acre. Wet 16 Call. ,lob. mroMotu C*..nry. fact todoyl Call (312)) and moving;opplle to purchase welcome, Phone 468-2912 well Installed. Soiling
Motel In .low,.,. Friday ,W4.7W9. W. load for you T.l.gr...... 44-tMt.. tin 742-1142. Ext 609. 2/17 I Porramora Musk 9/16 IfnMOalLI price $6500 $500 down REALTY
and Saturday 9:00: la 5o0. .between 9:30 ant to 2:30"MCONOmONIO. TVSr Colt ,EOW 31:11': ''Oak Mall Galneville. HOMES FOR RENT SM.M mth. at 13X In-
Beds, drawer, chest, p.m. Man-Frl. 12/16 Ifn < >n 'starting at IOO.OO. ,17. FORD -MUSTANG :374-3626! ; 1-1/11 tfn.Subscribe One mile from Starke city forest for IS year Ph, N
baby bed ,alas* HAY FOR SALE Roll of Trod 4n'.welcome Phone. Auto.. excellent, condition. limit' Clean Hwy. 16 W. ....5606. 2/24 tfn
showcase, desks. drapes Alicia. $20 a roll or S roll 9648212. eVItrin $3.000. Call 964-8136. 3/03 Tedayl Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. I ACM LOT on SR-227 facing 984-7776'U
APARTMENT.
STUDIO PKQHE
and spreads, night stands or 'mo,.. $19 each. COlD Of SPLIT OAK WOOD 41pd 3124 $210, KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom Srooker Rd. Sailing |
price.
dinette *et, :wallpaper, 7823727. 3/03 4tchg' 3/24 Delivered $75. *...7763. '71, CHRYSLER. 73 PORDWAGON first lost month rent plus for rent at low 16000. 1.000 down$225 t, MeuuTUmiUBlR 205 R. StarkV o.I .
.large shrubbery" plant and RAMIT I'CllIALI for pet, 2/03 tin, '*. PONTIACtSmell cleaning depoilt.. Utllltle weekly rates. Call Temple per month of i59*> IfilorOeit t Temple,
extra.Call'9647347'
breeding and and
much meat. y..- engine*, Motel 9647357. 9/16
more. Itpd 3/24
Lawrence cin kjv HOlnh 375 ft. Ph. 64-5605. 2/24 tfn
Meng 6 ml. Automatic 533-2197. 1/13 tfn
: transmission.All
MARCH HI, 9 s. Weather south Slatt<., off US-SOI: long tin roof..to. be rnovodoH three 40-SEAT RESTAURANT t EOW/tfn 10 ACRES eat of Starka,
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'permitting. Out 230 to13th l.t Also hew.dlnett. run good. Your CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for We Are
Your
: 460-1919. or'
3/10 4tpd. 4/07 part. one block off 811-16.2 row
choice. ... EQUIPMENT for
St.. turn right, "ao to. .CONCOIa.MO..... HOME, tobl*'end fourchairs. 3/24tfnr". 00....8503.. rent. rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close. of pecan trees. cleared I I
Reasonable. ,
Wilson Road: turn '''1. 24x96 unfurnlihed. Must Good 'condition. 964-6784 to prison. Call. 4681323. ready to .build. Good farm Problem Solvers
GRASS STRIP ULTRAUOHTSiKeystone. 1/13 tfn. 10/07 Hn.MOBILE .
Doublowkta ..... Little see to appreciate. Ex $45. Coll 473- Oe. Itpd .. land. 23500. 9645036. ;
bit of_, Itpd 3/24 cellent'condition.. Must 3/24 .Airport. SubMrlbeTadeylRENT HOME Two
GARAGE (SAUi Saturday move at buyer cat, or BAWITT HOUNOSs AKC.3U 9644741. Double' or single TO -OWN or rent bedroom, on Griff Loop. 9/24 4tpd 4/14 What eon toe door you and .
9-3. 2163 N. T.mpl. Ave. five acre are available. :3 yr*. old. Malo and tomato eat., $4,795. Financing month- fa ,-onth." Office Call 9648816. Itpd 3/24 LAND FOR.SAUl UtlllHe. oA I
((301 North). Lot of Item.. bad_., 2 full bath, o-wooht old Three may .be- arranged.. '3/0\1. Furniture,; Typewriter. APARTMENTS Furnished' I and garage Included, "rs..n igAbor*. friend, local
.Clothes. furniture, dishes. deluxe carpet and drape, ., oo.' m.... $125 '4tchg 3/24 Calculator* Also hay., flclency and one bedroom Keystone Laka Village. b...".. tomttking that itpcificaUy
pot and pan Come early fully electric central heat each. Call 431-1587. Itpd 1983 DATSUN 110 SX Hat 'heavy duty copying apartment.All utilities In- 'StO.SOO. 533-2014 day or oriented to solving a pro-
to get first choke. Miss:: and air wood .exterior 3/24_ chback. Automatic trans., machine for-rent. THE OFFICE cluded. From $120 .per 'night. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 bUmf
Item for slat washer, shingle roof, alto extra AM/FM. Ouoronteed. No SHOP,110 W. Call St., month., Inquire at 208 'N..
Ilk. now.. $175; dry., outside accessor MM that go BUSINESS' Rust protection: lifetime .Starka. 964-9764. IfnMO.LI Cherry St. Itchg 3/24 HOMESFOR
with trailer. Price of trailer No-Wax finish.1B.OOO *De tai Reed! a Uurftr ho. T
$125 cola and FURNISHED -
; chair $175 OPPORTUNITIES OR UNPURMSH.SDi
; NOM Two
only $ IIIOO ( mil. SALE
negotiable) Mint tell 7000.
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terea, $100 desk you BMd a .filer boner
: $100 2 BR home.
; bedroom $175 ,
mo.
964.5261
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Information call Call' ...7197'. 3/10' Stpd or
elec. stow, $100: drawer 964.6156. 3/17 2tpd 3/24 USINISS 197 964-6112. 2/17 tfn plus $125 deposit. Call *Do jo* .... a tawnkotuM or villa
FOR SALESuapesfui CHEV. 'MONZAtWagon.
with night *tand. $95: G.E. SEARS FROST-FRU "'11IO.1 Subscribe. Today after 4:30 or all day Saturday SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. *Do lorn moot acnecd
.-.... $125. clothing store with .231. V-6. 4-speed *De Reed lot?
964-4406. $190 after 5:30: 964-4705. minimum lnv.*tmnt. PS/AC, Trailer hitch. RENT TO OWN; Or rent Sunday and Monday. 1 .. Carport with utility you building
1tchg3/34. 3/24 ,*De Reed
tin Ideal for man'and wf.. $2.600.473.4216.3/24 month to month. CHIC.furniture 964-8704. Itchg 3/24 room Bradford St. Owner yes commercial property
2tpd
". 17lElectric welder BATH TUB Heavy cal Iron. ONE BEDROOM APART will finance. Call 964-...., *De ja> need l lake property .
Will train. 3/31 ,
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.... Reply to P. O. .typewriters
(Lincoln wh. .
);' mall Make off. *Do Me4 iHTteuMnt property
port-a- "
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MENTi Furnished. with heal 5-6 archer 10:30:
Drawar A 1972 p.m. p.m.
Storks Florida PLYMOUTH FURY calculator Have oneheavy ,,
., 7823752.
kit-\4 Itchg 3/24
i power ; Impact 32091. I air Call *De you Bed to moro Meads or toailly heraT
Good condition. New tire. conditioning.
wrench! heavy duty SAVAGE STEVENS duty copying FOREST KNIGHTS .D* jo. mtot to sell te get estate In eider
socket setr gas weed-eater, SHOTGUN Two barrel, OPIN THAT IUSINC3S IN n.w carpal, now machine available. THE 964-5876 after 5 p.m. 3/24 ......., 4 ... 1 VA .heme *De .... to exchwifa properties your
trimmer;, radio scanner; Ida by side. 12' gauge. STVUI Ron to own-or rant'' headliner new paint )lob OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. Call 2tchg 3/31 with llice fenced ,.... 'M !
blender; convection/ oven: Modal I 311. In good coodJ.flan. month to month. Office: $830. Call after 3. St., Slarka. 964-5764. tfn I BR APARTMENT;Furnished IRA FAUUCNIR REALTY
Homo chain sow Mr. Fire 2 3/4" or 3" furniture, typewriter. 964-8271. Itchg 3/24 TRAILER :3.BR, IVi IA on! with heat and air condl- 1f-so61 Wt hoc Mebutt Utttngt Met see Asm Aed teH
Coffee coffee hell.. Asking $125. H .In.oracled calculator. Also /have on*' 71 FORD COURIER pickup. canal Lake tioning. Call 964.5876 otter.
maker. Itpd overlooking I pert Wt sv. sauna MtweaT In IMi w*.. InOimt
3/24 call 9647330. copying machine for rent.Com New paint new tire Run Geneva. $200 per mo. Call 5 p.m. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 m. frttn air tttll nlaUctt rvesaiuM
SATURDAY.,. Itpd 3/24 by today. ''THE OFACE good. $800. 964-8303. ....... 1 BEDROOM GUEST HOUSSt
MARCH Mi S HORSIt Black' SHOP day :mJ. or.nigh" Florida If Uu futile Irewi'I lUtt In U*nation
Very gentle.
a..... to' 2 ;p.m. Three'' and white. $525. or O.S.O.' Sartre:9645764., nOW.CaIlSt.tfr 73 DODGE 3764766. 3/03 4tchg 3/24 Furnished. $179. Call if our ne ,famllle*. Clother 778-2338 or 7823726. IKhg own* vow OWN JUNo CHARGERiSpeclal) edition; APARTMENT 207 South 9648404. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 WMSPERINO PINES floor and make veer MOM nome A..".,*ItvUlCMf
children* to adult: toy; 3/24 SPORTSWIAR.Inlant.Protoon 73 Ford Wagon\ ; 72 Pinto Church. 533-2667,, Itchg ,ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT One sore.' Mu".wI.. see mare later. Think beak Bout Mal

child bike; and much LAWN TRACTOR. :al. hp. or Ladles. apparel Italian wagon''. All 3/24 Unfurnished, $1551 Furnished. perch. utility fan emU hue dan Hat or (." van opal Yourutoamit "
more. 656 W. Madison St.Cancelled riding Murray: '.-.,..... Store. Offering nationally' automatic. run good. Your ON KINOSLEV)LAKE 2 a.. L Two bedroom unfurnished buildings. many nice euros. Inotttmtnt mad*(*.n wouUfrufmUf*.
H raining. Itchg 36" twin blade. .cutting': known brand such a*Jor choice $500 each. Itchg BA, living Jroom" dining apartment 510 Cherry Si. varM too er thn ,... mi steak loaVuBrudfonl /.

3/14 'deck tfn "7.5.*964-9044..3/24 dacns. Chic lee, Levi,, 1977 DATSUN ..2101..cIoor. ,room { ,air/heat Call ....8404. 3/24 2tchg ERA FAULKNER REALTY Count*. Cbu/ Count, aid VnlonCountf ;
AT AC. Pioneer stereo'system
ATTENTION Vanderbilt Wrangler' over, dishwasher him. or un-: 3/31 ...-... taut a wUi furtttf of Inttmllng nutttUtt
OIL USERSI radial,
LOST/FOUND other brand Mags,1 '4 ROOMS B BATH furnished II .m within Utflr Bownduini W...
Have Grade A motor all In (200 $7.900 tot custom $2250. Call 'rn. $325 mth one year uf and
._lad gallon container $24.500 Include.beginning 468-1853.palng.Itpd 3/24 I...... 533-2196.3/24 2tchg apartment. tights and hot ....ALlO.. ..... tour moot nom! TtntUltmv Re its will
.FOUNOi- A Gnat Place tot! 50 cent a quart. Also 55 IItory..Olrfa.. for one" mS TRIUMPH Tilt Need 3/31 :. r" water Included. $200 help fats make four dram com tree
Rent Offlca Furniture and. gallon drum of hydraulic to Fashion Center trainIng repair. 1600. Call FURNISHED !APARTMENT .month plus $50 deposit.No -' -'-
Equipment. Rent to awn or' fluid.. Call 9645930. 3/24 fixture. grand openIng 964-6471. Itcha 3/U: Three room* and bath.. pet*. Call 9648071. ,,
month to month THE OFFICE 2tcho3/31 promotion*. Call Mr. 1977 DATSUN F-IOl $1800. Newly 'e d.co'o..d. tchg 3/24 ,
SHOP1 110 W. Call St., PARAKEET with cage Call Loughlln ((612)) 888-6555. Price negotiable. Call Utllltla furnished.. Private' ...* SubscribePINE /
Stark'. ....5764..tfn 782-3101. Itchg 3/24 1 tpd 3/24 964-4243 after 3:30: p.m. entrance.'J Prefer on. :
PICKUP TRUCK TOPPERiLong
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REWARD ,Siberian' Husky; wheel base, $SO. 403 '' '." ACRES 1968 DODGE PICKUP TRUCK reliable mlddje age works MOBO 'HOME ... . ,,
large block, and whit N. -Walnut St. Call On Grills Loop. 2S4 ft, .225; 6 cyl. tondard. S8OO. Ing 'pTrr.6n. Phone 2'; ;; ,
4 male. 2 yr*. old. Light blue 9645276. llpd 3/24 frentog. on paved road.S3JMO Call ,....5819 after,6 p.", 964.5464.3/34 tfn'. thru 6" .
eyes, name Sky Soy' Lost TWO BULLDOG PUPPttSl per..... Itchg 3/24- MOMLI.'JKOMC: ON GRIPPISLOOPk Rotary. t t':
inaar Pliffi' #vt three,!'*TOnen<.vot|.nJofIdl...g lawn IRA PAULKNII..,......, I tM i '"1 I.Q OIT .... Furnl hed\iJI\; BR.:< / 4 1 Drilling Equip. FOREST
k* ojrabove. 78. ,.KBi9'' ,*A.rwx.v.l' ... SiooifJUJepeiloCaU APARTMENTS( f. ... 1
r ln. ,.0....":: ..- ..,.l6A11t'm en0,!lI"'" "" ; tferr30 or State Unused. ::. ;: .
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Itpd 3/24 WHIRL CHAT t Call p.mtch 3/34 s
.uuoe and Monday.64 8704: : '
FfBfn 150" to .217M
782-3107 Also have free fi
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1400 .... ft. office or retell C '&(: ,C' MiniStorage ...,. . ....... . ---. ill ,

area leading dock. 100 ft. .......Send FIN Sand.

I I- $$11.42 j off US-341 rCdllt Norm."- Top Sell.Llmer.ck Scrap Bark ",Now Renting i iOui. . . ;. . i .r. .. ,.-. .

.... Grand Opening Special : New Installation
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Appliance U'iff&.1ttwM't 1st Month 1/2/ off .Remodeling... "" ... .Repair. . : ""O .
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6x12 8x12 10x12 12x18 DnrratrecePUMP& 'PllB1 Btl'-mnt1 ; .

a 964-7700 at Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starto . . . . .
Inquire HANOIHOUSESVariety
ibr l JNQ Don Mill. Owner '

his -i 6WasMis Dry.riPDlahwaah.rs1AirConditlon.rs 393 N. TampU Av... Stor .. Hwy( 301 S. K 9846020PotuL SUPPLY: of Styles Decor fit Sizes
\Vernle P. Odom .Broker CRI

_" Rarioes* I '.1. b. Odom. ;r.: A.....,iota' COMPANY 4x8 to 12x50 J I

9A < tike; R e4ateK, . . ... .,. 301 S. Starke Florida
WORTH A SECOND LOOKi Hwy. '
Walnut ....... (! d84'N.Temple )
S. St. Take of this turn el the century sscendstery 964-6020
,SH / tark.. Florida/ kerne near schools: churchee.poet eHlce,bank ', qc.; : Ave.
Also
at Al's
Be SURPRISED with ..ere foal test, Motorcycle Shop
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3IV. r 944-5849 .. ,I, gill lct J < I Starlte ft \
PRICE WITHIN MANY BUOOETStB .. ',.. ... ",... .. 3000 E. Duval St., Lake City. H.
4733549Olv BR;A/H. Nice Nelgheerheed.OKOW .
SON
PERKINS &'. LAND CLEARING 964-7061
... VEORTABLES FOR FAMULV 752-2222
V. On this. 1 I/* aero yard. S BR, C/B home. hi one ef the '
Isms PIONEER$ .cHy'. nice area*. :. '(9041 2845444M.

ELECTRICCO."TrdlUrfoUSpetlol.. LAND t LOTS ,
e .63 Acree-Beet A.20 ,- IV.C -. P.rld"s *>.O. BOX 048 PROPERTY FOR SALE BY

,..200 AM*3250. ..17 Acra Acres-0aad Oead bus Form Cheef lend About. M Mile. off :3O1,. \Vaynv: rerldns ONUN. Dour//nor..r.sao w/r.o.+atRattw THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICANotice

Delivered AnywrMn. .1'., Acre-4uliding lot. Country. Club area. Grad
.Dump,....' .I"Sr.dord Cau!ttx Drelee9e. .. )Is hereby given that the United States of America acting through th
Rit esceffold, .i Farmers Home Administration, United States Department of Agriculture. wil
PtlWdg 4: \\oLewIl Mews' tell as is,the following-described property:

.....,....-..... 'aPlumMa/) PUBLIC AUCTION I 'UneiKlng*BEDFORD. mid LAKE SM.KWs.HOME 3 bedroom.. I bath.Owner PARCEL NO. 1: Advice No. 53937 (Acquired 1-5-79; Pittman) Lot

,.n.MF; '* Auger *DOUBUWIDE en large Jot with accees .. Sampson 25, Shaw's Addition to Lake Butler Union County. Florida. Includes -

U. A'Call FARM EQUIPMENT i Lake.4..H..... .. ."'4. 00. concrete block dwelling, 3 BORM, l'/i baths with approx.
'*1 X ACRES In day County near"Intenectloa. el SR 21A 1038: sq. n. living area. Located corner of Hwy 231 and S.W. 12th "'
.. Q,.OHM ay Order.d.Sold. By SR ... :Af*>re.,me ely live acre cleared.. Re. Street,Lake Butler,Florida.
:aol Nertft le.....".: Fed.ral Court 'melnd V: weaded, flawing ,.,..k ..ene
Bankruptcy
PARCEL NO. 2: Advice No. 66383 (Acquired 9-10-80 Peterson)
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.eB.rty.;t.-.... ... ....,. ... .SM.OOO.
Lot 13. Block A; Park Subdivision Columbia I
Azalea
County,
4-8607 Small Business Administration, ,
*79 ACRES ..... en South bender al Camp Btaa'ding. -
Florida. Includes brick dwelling) ,3 BORM. bath with 900
approx.
Administration( .' 2.90S plus foot frontage en SR-IK 1"1. ... .. \
Former. Home .. 't> North .. .,*-. High land welt moot ........... sq. ft living area.Located on Tulip Avenue,Lake City Florida.

THE 10 A.1N. .. 'SAT: ;MARCH 24th., 1W3 V.I_' should Increase rapidly' Handing .ha PARCEL NO. 3: Advice Not 7 M7, (Acquired 2-2-82; Gay) Lot 2, i
TOTAL.. i : ,, ;Ibultdup. belli*} ......... Tina Subdivision,Columbia County.Florida. Includes masonry and
:.,,, 7 MIlES SO Of BELLEVIEVV.! 'FLA. '*SOUTHOATIi 3 ...ISA Family ..._.Solid oak concrete dwelling 3 BORM.. baths, with approx. 1000 sq. ft. living
Air } kitchen-..-.fenced hack ......eMtetlent........, area. 1

On U.S.:: 301 At .The'Marlon, s fr oun.y !,, tIota.. .:,...;....... ... .J..'.........., .. .. .su.tao. PARCEL NO. 4: Advice No. 82063' (Acquired S->>a; McCoy) Lot

:f Sumptar. : County.: .Lin* ,-, .. 14, Block 5, Unit J. Shady Oaks Subdivision Columbia County.
Florida.Includes brick ge'Mer'dwel1lng. 3 BORM 1 bath, with approx.
Tf RMis Cash, ..h''." Chock,+Company.!, Chexk with Bonk l.H.r .1026 sq. ft living area. <:

1\\:#' CredHa No f:rs nal I Check or Credit Cords.>or 10% .Cash.on PARCEL!: NO. 8: Advice No. 65737 (Acquired B-2-8O; Maxwell) Lot

SdU. Day Balanca' In 4. Hours., a 'II. Kal-Way Subdivision. Columbia County. Florida. Includes brick
: dwelling. 3 BDRM. bath,with approx. 900 sq.ft. living area.
J Neighborhood Prop.ril.s.Inc.
_TON, SOW: 'i j t...
'H .' REALTORS 964.5231 PARCEL NO. I: Advice No. 82456 (Acquired 4-6-82; Spradley) Lot '

i i..". rf' ,Goaqfntti.nts{ Accepted' frtor Hi Sal*, Day. ,_ i q i .. ((904) '14 Shaw's addition to Lake Butler,Union County,Florida Includes ,'.
.brick dwelling 3 BDRM Ife baths 1000-1100 ft. living
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1 approx. sq.
..w'16..Harrow..Dtt.! ,
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,1t14TI'tIdOt'I 1tF "
j : 'area. ,
R3 MrttHwr; .. .1. <0"10.1Nsont.r. tt.wat.} (. ',.1'" 1 1'I :;.I>>,Ctfri s ...'.# w sakl.Df Starke nt property may be inspected by prospective bidders.after March 10,19B3.:

r'' ,', .. .. ":' WstrNwSer : .-ri,:;(1?i(' )f""nd Roundoii.r'' ; 4,. I,' 1 I .; ', a. ,,' the W..k Arrangements for ,inspection: may, be made .contacting' Mr. Joseph D.

';' Powete ; .' :; ::10 plows \ 11 11.r I ....: ... G.rlandt.County Supervisor Farmers Home Administration 1903 South First J
U..f
.>; .,' Street. .E).S.Ll.A. Agricultural Service Center Lake Florida
Xf iamU W.IOM$ .. ',' s")b""*&*'I 1IIIIefI/ j Bog>$i. ';" ; I' ,:: city ,32055. '
.. Telephone No. (904) 752-8465 .
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.,)t..a,1..:. ;, 1.J : Mown < \ 1 I IVelum. : DY. The sale will be by sealed bid. Bids will be received until the public opening of
,.. ...All... ,. '/ the bids,: which will be al 1230 p.m. March 31. 1903, at the Office of the State
.f Hasse'r I k 1 i'; "' Director,Farmer Home Administration Room 214, Federal. Building,.401 S.E.!:
Ount ',!l ;_ r4.l 11 1 :, KARTS"wljdwi 1st Avenue,P.O. Box 1088, Gainesville. FL 32602.
.Arad.Ink' J)1') ...,! Bid forms may be obtained at either of the above;addresses
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aees.i.teen. f'
M._.14 txex.v_a ax.sr,5.L*s 4itr? JtrSt. ,, P} .. "... ; dr..f ;., ..1t.,, ', ,;J1w..t' .di "Vt $ A 14.. KIIIy Iat1[ b gsleyd byU Terms of sale will be 3 ; ;v;;, t

.,,.mnalM .M o'&sat reawot' .. .. '. lCashor. ., ?;, ,
; A \ ; ... ItYEB a :tliKhss. We" 5RN fitly 1M K.dyiu ...
., tMZM$ ... .
MwrtWe H4 j. I' 1 *2> 33)'Q. e> 10.15% interest for eligible, low-to-modcrate(Income .
applicant
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i 51 a K. w 'wiifII,'I'"JI[ ,.... f'w" i \". t.'0'."1:. 1 '. L. .Et ..... .. .. t.Mk EltrEr II dlBl51 lit; *3) 33 yrs. O 12.90% Interest, far eligible above-moderate Income applicant

1 0W a ,, "m'j. ;.'' :/w.'Io.; ,' ':,'10"1I.r ,! rtirEl. .HIt.s.....IBC ......Itlgt......... RBIs. *4) 10( % down. 10 yrs. o U.SO'Kt Interest for ineligible applicant .

A '\ \ '. ", .'//tU: __,.'' :. ',, : ..MM. ta'3.,..,'.M sole lie ssM. oi Has l W/_priM. ts Thin property will be sold without regard to race, color,.creed, sex,' ale t
( marital national orI
; \ I religion, status or &n- ,
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Correction 1' /1: ,. / { '
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In the March 17 Issueof, theJ I 1' 5,;?*w' ." Business!,Opportunity!:4-',T'> b: f I\,> I :t. : ./ ,j"'''-:l ',,(Ii,'<:" "..':ii'JU; I"' 'y.f.)!',//I; '1'1. ::-. J ........-' .... CaatlrtN': .. '" r .l
B-secUon in a story on the Miss j r POi' '..av It ,, .i s ;\:" ',', +I'\\I} ..... Huntley' r
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WANTED 11,1 ,
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Florida Sunshine Beauty Pageant F .,". 11\"''i : ,>"- .." '* ** J. Redfeam'Die
.The Telegraph neglected to state that Four nour satellite TV system ,. >. -Tm --

:"" Lisa Canadeo was sponsored by'Richards Low Investment Protected Territory" !iStevo'Eroadway'I i ii ...... .; &ER "" .
Burger Hut in Keystone Monarch of Florida I D'eidnis
TREE SEaVSCEj i .
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'Heights. OO4J 472-3332 8 am to 10 ****, .. .. Connaughtonv "
pm ,
: Please pardon our error.The Editor. .... r" :' Removal ; h.: .. 'tt.(Associated with Dr..Harry Gruen) ... .',
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.. .. I ... .... -. / 1', j Free Estimate i iI Now Announces 473-4352. '
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Airman Best AssignedTo I ijy. Firewood i .' ,

Sheppard AFB ii I NOTICE t.' i Anytime). ." EVENING, DENTAL SERVICES. R.p of IllaiOr .

Airman David M. Best son of Verl I '4734732 i EIIcbtc: A t111CN;. .

R. and Ina C. Best of Starke and 1978 I photographsforthe I After,* p oM. 'i Tuesday 'Thursday' 6-9.PM Sitvinfj Bradford. ,

graduate of Bradford High School fabrics on page 8 of this week's circular 1 : Keystone Height. 'j 4-59'W. till, CfMinOw. '
has been assigned to Sheppard Air Lkensexl' Call 964r'S 182, ,-1ht: '
The Insured : .
were positioned incorrectly. Shirting Shop noses
Force Base Texas after completingAir i 1 .. :. . .. I ,
Prints 1.57 the mini ants: the 4
Force basic training. at yd. are at top
Airman Best's wife Kathy is the i left. The Prairie Dreis} Denim Plains at 2.47 yd. 1

daughter of Philip and Helen Lowellof 1 are shown directly below their description.The ., SNAPPER 1
Starke. Danflair Bright Plaids at 2.47 yd. are shown 1 '
During the six weeks at LacklandAir 1 directly to the right of their description. We I

Force Base, Texas the airman regret inconvenience caused.
studied the Air Force mission i 1 SPRING SPEifrACUL R I

organization and customs and received $
in human rela- 1 \ .. .... ,
special training 1 -- -- '- ..v .u :
tions.In TGIlllY 1f

basic addition training earn airmen credits who toward complete an I '- ,., FREEAltach nt', Worth up to5E.95 r
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associate degree In applied science Family Centers I .> Purchase a 21" self-propelled Hf ac* back into the lawn to become lawnmower I

Air through Force.the Community College of the 1 I at the regular retail.!.,-pried find fop d'....!'\ -Snappenzer can save.you' '. ,- 1

Airman Best will receive receive your choice: of a FREE II !;" time this Fall as an efficient \
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specialized instruction in the com Thatcherizer. Mulcherizer; rj leaf shredder. Finally there's 1

munications field. Snapperlzer or Bag-N-Blade ;, the convenience of the :

Lake Chev Olds : Kit.TheThatcherizer easily I ii y extra Bag-N-Blade Kit. Visit,

Pvt. Edward II. Cauley removes thatch and vacuums IJ ,your SNAPPER dealer to- i I

Completes Basic Training Quality Used Cars it away with little effort.The I day. Buy and save now. !
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Mulcherlzerchewsupclip.-
Army National Guard Pvt EdwardH. <. (y ..
pings and deposits them
Cauley son of Edgar J. Cauley of 1982 GRAN PRIX :

Satsuma and Margret L. Cauley of AT Nice . '. 6988 IJN n.OSHwsoa."
Starke, has completed basic trainingat AC. Stereo r ., 1 ,(j

Fort Leonard wood, Mo. : I
During the training students 1982 S-10 PICK-UP I

received instruction in drill and Gas Saver, V6 Stereo . ; . . ..... .. ; 6688
ceremonies weapons map reading, ..'
tactics, military courtesy military "
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justice, first aid, and Army historyand 1981 OMEGA ', "47'88' 'u I .

traditions. 9000 miles, AC, Extra Clean . . . ; T. ;"'" .," "

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Easter CantataAt ,. ,
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1981 CORVETTE .s i

First ChristianThe T-Top Black. Loaded, . . ;.. . . ,. MUST SEE, ; -s\-l. ,, 1.1 <-

choir of the First Christian .
Church of Starke will l present the 1981 CAPRICE, 4 DOOR I ,' RetailVsluev

Easter Cantata" "Hallalujah What A Loaded, Extra Sharp . . . .. 6388 .:,;I, '
Saviour by John Peterson on Sunday .
March 27 at 7 r .
evening. p.m. ..f. '
1981 AMC SPIRIT :..,, '. -, ,. 438'8 .

1 in 2-Car ,AT AC, Sharp Car .', .'.'. H'". '. r fi.4'' 'r. ,. .'
Inured \ 4hssmwtnw I
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Near StarkeA '
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car making a U-turn on a 1981 CITATION S I" 4, 5 988' ffrrrrr : -,

highway six miles west of Starke col- AT, AC, Nice . . . ; . .. ,. ';' .' _
lided with a northbound car Saturday
sending both cars into 25-foot slides .
1980 LEMANS Low Miles' : .' ,,' .
t'Y.
off the road and hospitalizing one of : .J.49. 88

the drivers. AT AC, Stereo . . . .. . : '. .>. .
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Jacqueline Cahill, 18, of Englewoodwas '", i .4.r.. .' ,oj., .' .
listed in stable condition in the Y
Bradford County Hospital with ap- 1980 CAMARO Z28 t aHw ciammaa\

parent minor head injuries. Accor- AC, Stereo. Good Looker . .. .,. ,<.... ,6980! Retell .. $AO : N-ILAOtfr "
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ding to Trooper B. A. Williams, Cahill ,.1::", ,, .,. ; ,.
was attempting to aturn on --i-'I .'J" .. < .' .
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SR-100 In a 1981 Mazda when she col- 1979 RIVIERA R -, -. # 'I ,
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lided with a 1974 Volkswagen driven 2 Door, S Type Loaded . ,. ,. r 'r : 6. g.. : ( ..y
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by Sharon Wooding 21, of Sarasota D" I .
shortly after 4:30: p.m.
Wooding received minor injuriesand
was treated and released from HURRY OFFER ENDS SOON
Bradford County Hospital. There CHEVOLDSrhUS ; PARTICIPATING DEALERS 'I
were several In both cars

who Williams were said.not inured. Trooper Ill IP'1LI' Keystone Hgts Lake Butler Starke

Cahill was charged with making an 301 Nett I.... FUttti Starke
Lawnmower Hdw. & Power
Sales. Rivers Furniture
Manning Equipment
improper turn in the accident that M4-7SOO tel MemM 172-8181 .* :

caused approximately $2,800 in ,Rt. 2, Hwy tl00 85 E..Main Street 322 S. .Walnut Street
:damages to the two cars..
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r name and address 01 the NOTIFIED that the administration WILL BE FOREVER BAR NOT/q lOll INTeNT his; qualifications of the ,by Joseph,0 G. Knapp. ,length of 32.39: feel and
aI., creditor or his agent or of personal representative the seal 1 of sold Court on
and tha the'estate RED.Date TO hOISTER March 14. 1983.GILBERTS.. Registered .'Lend e chord bearing unit
attorney of BONNIE BEU, of the first, venue or (urlsdlctlon\ of
amount claimed. If tha HENDERSON deceased.File FIC1'1nQUI NAME .... court. BROWN Surveyor: sold parcel being dlstence ef North'
of this Noticeof
publication
r 1'; claim Is not yet du. the Number 1-3443 Administration: March ;ILORIDA ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS As Clerk of the Court more particularly 06*4727" East 32.38 hefto
date when It will become Case Number, STATE of NOT SO FILED Bye Beulah MoodyAs described as follows: ncerunNorthsfsr/k/
S3-19-CP 24,
due shall be stated tt Is pending In the Circuit 1983.THERMAN FRAME. COUNTY.OF BRADFORD WILL BE FOREVER BAR Deputy Clerkal74tchg407 Comments ef concrete >, .along. said Westerly right, '
the claim I.contingent or Court for Bradford County RED. monumont at the el way line with a curve-
unliquidated the natureof Florida Probate Division -- As PersonalR.pres.ntotire IHUPA-fH: PATEl ondNIRMAUf Publication of this ...;..."' ...N."' .........h............. Southeast corner el sold .concave Southeaster. ,:
the uncertainty shall tha address of of the Estate al PATEL his Notice' has begun ono IN THE:CIRCUIT COURT"EIGHTH Section 12 end run North sold curve having central
be stated. If the claim Is which Is Post Office Bon BONNIE BELL wife, hereby give notice March 17, 1983.Personal JUDICIAL 06*2743" East along, tiesEost angle at IT 29'3.,
Legal secured. tha security B. Starke, Florida 32091. HENDERSON. that they Intend to 1CIRCU7rI line of said Section radius ..f 959.46 feet anera
halt be described The The personal representative Doc-.d' ,register with the Clerk of Representative; I IN AND FOR 12 a distance .. 814.96 .kmgtH" of 170.80 feet
Circuit Court for Bradford
claimant shall deliver of tha estate Is Florida the Minnie S.RhadenP" BRADFORD COUNTY feet to e concrete monument ond e chord bearing and

NoticesIN sufficient copies of the THERMAN FRAME. RICHARD E.WEITYATTORNEY ,fictitious County..somaof. "DIXIi .. ,1I3SN.IlCaurt FLORIDA : thence run South .dlsteece ,et North,17'1f34" .
claim the clerk st .
to to whose address rk., Florida 33091 '
Is Route FOR PERSONAL CASE NO.82-497 89'55'00" West IO14.08 ., East 170.14'
MOTEL"end to In
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enable the clerk to mail enaaae fewP.reonal ,
2. Box 1730; Starke, business under that fictitious Attorney DIVISION feet to the Westerly. right. ..H thence North
on. copy to each personal Florida 32091. The name REPRESENTATIVE name with a principal . R.pre.ntativ ''''.,1 .or way line of a 60 foot 203r30r las alias sakfTWtjMleVlHv ,
All representative.' Interested and address of the personal Post Off Ice Box 995 place of business' at : P.A FLORIDA Ttnk road, thence run .North' ,ftaaHtV ..( (way'
DiKE.eyFHardy.l,
persons
In the estate to representative's 954 N.Temple Avenue 744 N. Temple Avenue P.O. Drawer 1030 I' MORTGAGE COM': 14'4T00" East along sold, line. X39.I reel tot en'
THE CIRCUIT COURT whom a copy of this attorney' are set forth Starke. Florida 32091' (U.S. Highway 301), Slarke. Florida 32091 PANY, Westerly'right'' way'line Iron plpolf.. thence 'nuns
FOR BRADFORD Notice of Administrationhas b.owAll Telephone((904))964-8050 Starke. Florida! 32091. '. Telephone' ((904))., :Florida corporation, 920.63 feet:' thence-; .North 33*40'09' Rosy,

COUNTY .been mailed are required claims persons or demands having ..;.......t..I., Y., !... ByiBrwpat Fatal 964.5701. ,, i,I :, j Plaintiff,-'' ," run North 05'2746".Est. along' said Weefesty rightofwaylne781.13feett.
FLORIDA WITHIN THREE against the PUBLIC NOTICE t-NlrmolePatel' 3172tchg324IN VS along said rightof | to'o;
estate West
PROBATE DIVISION MONTHS FROM THE required WITHIN THREE are DUDLEY P:;HARDY, F.A4) I, (CLINTON E.! 'MEIER; way line of to 'an -'Iron pipe end, thepoint

CASE NO.83.24-CP DATE OF THE FIRST I MONTHS FROM THE Pursuant to Section By John H. Jones Esq.' : THE CIRCUIT COURT, .BILLY BYRON and ... .a concrete monument' : "Of .beglnln.
FILE NO..1-3467 PUBLICATION OF THIS DATE OP THE FIRST 83.801, Florida Statutes P.O. Drawer 1030 OF THE EIGHTH' ELIZABETH,BYRON,, ': ;thence run .North' thence continue North,
NOTICE to file any eb- PUBLICATION 'OP THIS ALIEN'S AniC hereby .Stork. Florida 32091' JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF his wlf... 20'33'46" East along self 3348'09 East along. sold
IN RE: ESTATE OF (1..11. they may "nova NOTICE to file wth the gives public.notice that ((904)9649701) ., FLORIDA IN AND Do'''''''''''. "' Westerly! right (of way 'Westerly" right: of 'WGIf"
JOSE V.MOREIRA. that challenges tha clerk, al the above courta 'the, miscellaneous personal Attorney far RegistrantpOUBHADfORD FOR BRADFORD/ line 439,90 feet tori concrete (line 125.00 feet'tit any.
Deceased. validity of the decedent's written statement of goods. of D.H. jIr:\ :,. Jo.a3 COUNTY : NOTICE! OF SALE monument; thence .Iron pipe an the Souther*
.. .... ...... ......._. .., .
NOTICEOF will the qualifications of any claim or demand Slberllng stored 'In Unit OLIN. 'f CASE NO.BY88 c" ff run Northerly along' saM ty,rightel.wey line of
ADMINISTRATIONTO the personal representative they may nova. loch No. 24 of Allen's Attic., THE CIRCUIT C.OURT .' ,Notice I I. .hereby. glveq., ,Westerly right 'of way' Alicia Lane a eO'foot
or the venue orlurisdictlen claim must be In writing, 'located at State Road 100 ,(. .,IN RE,' The Mf rrloga'orPetitionerHusband that .pursuant to .cmerdenior 'line with a curve concave ,County Road: thence run
of the Court. end must Indicate the and o Laura -St., Stake, COUNtY,.: : 'I jlji. final Mid ,
AU PERSONS HAV- y'F14R10A'1'1" HUGH Rt BRADLEY : a ludaement Westerly curve hev" + ,Marti?+ .9W31" West
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ALL AND CLAIMS.OBJECTIONS basis for the claim' the Florida, will. be sold at PROBATE ji.: DIVISION! h. t : of 'foreclosure Ing .. central angle. O* .along .said Southerly
DEMANDS AGAINST THE NOT SO FILED ;name MM address off Itw public; '.auction" on, th.premiss FII.Number S3-IB-GP.W ,;.,and -' ? .n..rodIIttho I above' ,92-56'30", a,'fad," ;of, right el way /line 21.9S.
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Will BE FOREVER BAR. creditor or Ms agent or beginning> at.9 '! \':LINDASUESRAOEraR3ppnd.rfV' ? ,caprloned action ) will i 999.00. tool, an. arc ,T,l feette en Iron 'pipe i
: 11. Dlvlst'n'1.3462 li/
OTHER PERSONS IN. attorney, and the .e.m. April :! : (f4 sell the property IttuatedY, length,of 204.09 test and .thence run South;

TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: RED.Data of tha first claim amount Is not claimed due It the the \ .,'rrALLENSATTiCP.O.. Box 696 IN RI:, s.l1'i, OF::1. I' !: .- ,.. In, Bradford County.rlorlda. ,.. 'eclwrd bearing and' }.-WOS'40" West. 170. 8 to
YOU ARE HEREBY publication el this Notice data when It yet will became Keystone Heights, Fl. WIUIS SWINOEU 'NOTICE. OF.ACTION ; described as* -distance :ef Worth! ,-'. ..."... pipe and. canal h
NOTIFIED that the administration of Administration! March due shall be .stated. If 12 6 I : i '. Lot ,\iOne 1(1(lh, .'tat, 14'0536"East r 201,2* Whence': run South
of the .24, 1983. the claim Is 3/241tcho: 3/31 ; T. LINDA, ; _', SUB, SEMINOLE RIDGE Unit' feet to a concrete monu ::4O3207Lost otOnf sold
site'* al JOse V. RICHARD.WELTY unliquidated contingent, the natured .............. .........1..J.. ...t.'" Doc..JjlCi''" ..."';41411.-' SRAOttY. '"'""whose" ."No, '7on unrecorded '*nenr thence Wit North conal 40.09! feetixM,.onion '
File MOREIRA deceased. As PersonalReprosantafiwe the uncertainty'shall., MOna OF INTENT ,. resident Is unknown. mop of a survey pf lands' "122X34-: /'Wesr ,elona pi,... thence,,run
COM Number 1-3467 be ......... H the claim Is_, TO R/OISTER' YOU ARE, HEREBY In Fractional Section 13, Mid Westerly right' 'oT North'43'y'"Iaat! ;
Number 83-24-CP., oftheEstatoofDeceased The !I Istroflon i.f' NOTIFIED' 9 South, line 19.01 feet .103.59''feet
secured the security FICTITIOUS N AMI, on action 'Township Rang. way .te Of ,to en "Iron
Court It pending few Bradford In the Circuit. Jose V.Morehro. shall. be described. The ,,*'. lot '1ho .: WI4JI$ for, .dissolution-" O| mar- ,22. East# Bradford Coun.rI ;, I concrete: monument ,elae: -thence; run South
County '
claimant ,shall deliver' 'STATE OF FLORIDA SWINDELEi"i .o..d/i ridge has .been .filed, ty. Florida: a* surveyed '...h.rteCl run Northerly1 I Ialong ) ,.*..09-4o".e.<3l9.flOleet
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Florida the Probate odd....Division of ...............,3/24.llcha,3/31, sufficient copies el the COUNTY, OF; BRADFORD, File NU "CPi N against you In the CircuitCourt by Joseph G. Knapp. said Westerly right' t$, t 'kulflt, p/. ,.
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which* li Port Office Box claim to the clerk.,, te r' o pending J, 'Clrcvlf." .Jofi. ?rte t.tiahthJudicial ,', Registered Land of way line with a curve I Begs.
B. Stark. Florida 32091. IN THE FOIIIItAOPOJIDCOUNTY.CIRCUIT COURT' enable the clerk. to mall j ite MICHAEL L. OGU1BY,, Court far and C-"Jo.4v ,..,I ''CjRv"'C"tfo.. Surveyor,'said parcel beIng / !conc_ Easterly ,sola! ). :",' est .fo.tle
The personal 'representative one copy' te each personal hereby gives notice' that It, Plod pbata Di Slate of Florida-;and more .particularly curve having a centrot't f enci. btaWer
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representative;.' :which the : Mnrss of Bradford County end* described, .In angle, of 17-IJ-40">' .' dM,
of the .a* ate I. FLORIDA. p he .Intends ,,to. register lllBstiirH for ; ":EXHIBIT .: ? for et front entranc -
RICHARD E. WELTY PROBATE DIVISION : All 'p.r.ons"" "Mforested with the CI.rhef Circuit 'which Is Starke County'Ceurthoi you"swa I requested ito' r A",'attached" hereto and radios of 580.00 feet -1 i *. or .riie fcadlordOjnty'tO

whose address lie.P.O. CASE. NO. I3-I9-CP whom. In the estate" to ,, -Court, for Bradford Couryty .Florldat, _names;; and? serve a copy:at,.your ,mode. a part ....roof., .., ,arc ling,h of 174.3!,,. K, : >urttious' 4 In
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Box 95 Stork. Florida flU NO, {.343 Notice of a.cepyof Administration" ,, Florida the fictitious" eddresse 4f">, the per-. written defenses, H any EXHIBIT"A* ,end chord bowing,GIld ,S4h*df(Herldji between
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WO91, hoe been mailed name of "PIONEER EliC- : : ass to l It.:'on thw 1.etHlane, <- *'THAT CERTAIN. PIEt7f..i.? ("I.tCl""f; :North\ .: ,1 lP ...... and 2.00..m. :
are required .
I All persons having IN REi ESTAIIOF'IONNIE WITHIN THREE' ,TRIC COMPANY".and to fIO'IoIifilIst- I 4 whoso name and tvK, PARCEL Oft TRACT Of or 43'44':{: ,west, 'rnt- \"on AptUtr" 1983.,' .
claims or demands BELL HENDEft- MONTHS F OM THE engage In business / pea/:.. ...,i"O\IHIoiGH"; flrl' LAND' .SITUATE/ 'LYING' feet fw,.aal" ; Iqm, jXpeti l ..WUBMT0k S. aaoWN
i against the estate are SON DATE OF THE .FIRST under that' *flctlliou.hwltb .fortll beIOllll! ; >'" '., ', BRADLEY,, Route I/ Box AND BEING IN THE ,thence: ,true' J4ertK04J cIa1 RTKa
required, WITHIN' THREE. Deceased. PUBLICATION'.01'r THIS name 'a principal! .Allln.....'."..'J ....-i 844. tawley,:' 'lorldo. COUNTY OF BRADFORD )'0 ",East along 1/011/ (' 't"r.O', R y..; of ,f..":

r MONTHS FROM THE NOTICE to tI...-...,....n .: : place ,. I of, P.O.business: Box oRayne / ens ...... ) / .,. 33038.. and file the STATE OF FLORIDA TO'WITi Westerly right'of .way', BeulohM..dtn I
DATE Of THE FIRST NOTICf '(actions 'they may have i I I 264 Ibis court.W.th.. (Original with the Clerk of. ;. 't' ""'*'427.61Jc; en' : op.IyClt! I
1I j I PUBLICATION or 'THIS OF ADMINISTRATION that. challenges the lawteyJlortdo! MOM. MONTHS the ebave-lyled' Court '- lot 'One (tn.) WSEMINOU ', .......<1 .thetIcoIt i ai/an blM 1K..........,,iWoI;, '
,I NOTICE, to ills with ma- validity of ....dee.dent'swill ,Michael 1.Oglesby ..}. on 'or before April t4.; RIDGE, ',UnH1'No. Nethsxr l+ terrf along tea Suite:300 The Go,.....,
'clerk of the) above courtwritten TO AU PERSONS HAVNO < ,the ouoWlcotlons al Dudley P. Hardy" P-A. r NOTICEt.41. ),;ak''.......' 1993.Otherwise a(uogeW l 't: '.TV ;an J unrecorded, ";. ,,Westerly .right< ,wov ,,383 Laura Sweet'Jacksonville '
0 statement of John H. Jones, Esq '
CLAIMS. By: ; and
i OR tho personal against' 1ltb UIIW be entered of line wHh '
rnspre.anfatal. i men! may mop a survey of lands. a aria c41wws .PI. aTelephonei
JI any slalns 01' d.mandth.y 'DEMANDS AGAINST THE .,, or me venue ar P.O.Drawer 1090 (0)) any e**..tfer. by m\\ against you far the relief ''In Fractional s'ecil''n'T3;" ,',SeutrMosterrV/ cunw' I I(9Q.4
"hove. Each ABOVE ESTATE AND AU Storke, Florida 32091 .
may .
)lurtsdlcltan! el the Court. Interested. .*r an t rmallet '
: demand.d lit tho pant.-. .. 'f'nahlp9So1011f1. Man bavbuacentral/ ; I
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claim must be In wrltlrgi OTHER 'PERSONSIN. (904)) 964-S701 tasty .
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and must Indicate the TERESTED IN THi ESTATE: DEMANDS.ALL'CLAIMS ANO OBJECTION .Attorney low Registrant ; ,plelnt or .......tIort.. ,K East, Bradfoi Cow.'. rlriici Attorney.Voe PIa""InIlff '
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basis far tha claim. the YOU :.ARE HEREBY NOT SO FILED 3/10-3/31 the. .. wi". WITNfM my hand.", .ty Florida; a* surveyed :' 900.00) feet.':-':on" : 1"
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