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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 31, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'# t.d t.iT t. Opens April 6








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for moat any eye..H FFA Swine Show i is set at 7 p.m.
beautiful girls like Strawberry Queen Wednesday night in the show arena.
Janet Jordan, Miss
America Debra The 68 swine show entries, by coun-
Sue Maffett plus decorated cakes,, ty, and whether 4-H or FF A, are:
jams, jellies, clothing and crafts Bradford 4-H: Rhonda Sue Alvarez,

-..,.......- steers,' pigs chickens, and rabbits Annette Balkcom Randy Balkcom,'
will be at the Bradford
County Fair Tommy Balkcom, Bonnie Benson,
!And the Winner is... for its four day run next Wednesday- Amy Black: Anita Black, Marsha
Saturday, April 6-9. Brown: Jamie Carver Jeff Carver,
I iV'i.ey.ftwere! on Eim 'e J.R: (Jim) Lawson seconds before he announced sound of applause clapping and yelling'ps tension was released. Just six more days remain before Franklin Hart, Melissa May Debbie
.1.t |4 contestants was the 1983 Strawberry Queen title. The hashed The pageant went very smoothly, shy coordinators of Junior Woman's the opening of the 33rd fair and activity Moody, Donna Moody, Lisa Moody,
crowd In the BUS auditorium erupted, giving Queen Janet at the fairground is beginning to .
Jordan a big Club sponsor, laid. fitjQueen Wes Moody, Lisa Mosley, Sam Norrls
(, pick up as preparations continue. Susan Peugh Anthony Redding,

.., ." ... ," (1 "I'm: starting to wonder what'I've Brian Redding Christy Redding,

. 'i forgotten Fair General John Reichert, Andy Roach, Andy
says
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.t .. Smith, Amy Tison Andy Tison, Billy
\ \ Manager Bill Wilson. Everything is
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Janet" nr < ... ,t" :. going so smoothly it's making him Tison Andy Underhill, Glen
; ; _. Underhill, Randy Underhill, and the
I ; .. ,. nervous, Wilson added. Lucky Leaf 4-H Club.
>*! "\, Ride tickets are on sale at local Union 4-H: Pam Andrews, Betty
'" schoold and the Chamber of Com- Crawford Crlsti Crosby David Harris
merce office on the corner of Madison Steve-Jones, Patricia Nettles,
., Lawtey Beauty 19 Wins Strawberry Pageant TitleMiss and Walnut streets in Starke. 90,000 Jason Smith Darlene Seay, Paige
tickets, -=roOOO worth, were ordered. Tyler, Shane Tyler, and the Spring
They will sell at three for 1 1 before the Hill 4-H Club.Bradford .
Janet Jordan, 19, of Lawtey Is properly) and ,,do' her turns fair as long as tickets last. At the fair FFA: Missy Allen Barry
the 1983 Bradford County strawberry 'every thin, just, went smoothly,, tickets will cost 75 cents each. Carlton, Tommy Crosby, Sherrie
queen chosen by four out-of-town said Christie ,Torode, In charge of deal Gaskins, Chuck Goodowns, Leroy
The with the midis
Saturday night March 26 coordinating the contestants. negotiated
judges Griffis, Sam Griffis Mark Hodges,
way operator, Johnny's United, one
before an almost. capacity crowd in,
14-member Tracy McRee Belinda Melson,
the BHS auditorium. The Jazz Band of Bradford ticket per ride, says Chamber Ex-
High and Emcee Lawson ecutive Bill Wilson Clarence Pendarvis, David Reichert
won general managerof
Janet is the sister
Queen of 1975 I from Frank Sheffield, Kristy Starling,Randy
strawberry Debra Jordan Nor- high praise Pageant Coordinator the fair If any midway ride
queen -
JoAnn Agin for keeping the: operator charges two tickets for Thompson.
man. It I is the first time sisters have any
Union FFA: Will Andrews, David
contest lively. ride, Wilson asks that it be reported to
become strawberry queen.Latain Former Herres' What a fantastic audience we, I K t the fair: office. Bass, Michael Besrden Greg

strawberry queens had," says Mrs.Agin, who added that E Some 50,000 visitors are expected to Chamber Harden. Kevin
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rA,11 Chris
Peterson, Mrs. Norman and
Johnson, Nettles Javier Rodrt-
'local merchants, III".with wander the exhibits
"really .helped M1 through and midway
Margaret Anrt" ,Norman .Bennett all, Adrian Williams.
When : prizes and money.; ', over the 4-day run of the fair. quez, Becky Sweat
number Mrs.
wore Norman
J4 ; ,Olher' contestants in, thelub All 99 booth
na.L..n spaces are sold, says
saw her sister weartn ( nWUber,1414, ,, red by' the"" Juntprt WdllM' ,1I r ,Fair Manager Wilson. ,",,"-".,. Thursday.,.
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'.', -; 'seeped 1 M tglil q)Rf.JftM: Mya !; s 1;,. of fStlirkep MereNadlme f Sa"d;:. '' -* 'Stravherry.QueemJan ><'ordan'will t, ''"MilllA.meriea"Debra.Sue Mattes!,. ,. ,", "
First r nii x'-up' I Is Miss Karen Chit wr ;, cut the ribbon to officially open will appear at the fair from 2-4 p.m. 'J
tyt i'( of Starke,' daughter,of Mrs. 'Can/ux/ ,,'16, 'a' )junior1'af I the fair at 11 a m. Wednesday,Aprils. and 7-8 p.m.: Thursday, April 7.... I
Joan Chitty and the late Randal F. BUS, the daughter of Dr.;,and Mrs: Public officials have been invited to The Swine Sale" begins at 1.p.m. ... I
Chltty. Karen, also Voted Miss Congeniality Abraham Canfux of Starke, and sponsored take part in a brief opening Thursday.
by the contestants, was by the office of her father, Dr. it r ceremony. Fair gates open at noon
sponsored by. Western ,Steer Abraham Canfux M.D. v ti, Queen Janet will reign over' the entire '
Steakhouse. <4-day run of the fair. 'Friday... .
Z Second runner-up is Miss Angela .Regina Cannavo, It, a senior at The annual Rural-Urban Day sponsored Highlight of the fair Friday,April,
Folsom:17. of Starke daughter of Bradford High the daughter" of Mr. by the Starke Rotary Club, will will be !the annual Br.dford.Union 4-H
Mrs. Phyllis, Folsom and Clifton and Mrs. K.O. Crawford of Ralford, : T get under way at noon Wednesdaywith and FFA Steer Show to begin at 7 p.m.
Folsom of Starke. junior at BUS and sponsored by Bret & Jerry's of a r 1,000 chicken dinners going for in the ,ij-ena.

Miss Folsom was sponsored by CarlHurst' Starke. ,,' d $2.SO each. The dinner, is a mixer The 47 entries, by county and FFAor ..
Shell Service Station 'A calculated to improve relations bet- 4-H are: I
The other two members of the five Karen,'Chittyv,18, a sophomore In t ,. ween local rural and urban folk, and Bradford 4-H: Gwen Adams, David
finalists are Diana Crawford, 17, ofStarke the Medical Respiratory program at ,IrA! has become a fair tradition' Hamilton, Kevin Hamilton, Tommy ,1'
-, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Fe Community College and the. 1a From 11 a.m. to S p.m. Wednesday Hamilton Debbie Parrish, Mike
Neil Crawford and Holly Smith 17,of of Mrs. Joan Chitty, of la also Senior Citizen's Day. Seniors Roark, Marcia Watterson Brian
Crystal Lake, the daughter of Mr. and Stare and the late Randal F. Chitty will be admitted to the fair free of Whitehead, Kim Whitehead, .Terry
Mrs.;'Joel Smith. and sponsored by, the Western. Steer charge Whitehead. ,
: "If there is anything I could change Steakhouse,, The Beef and Dairy Cattle Show is Union 4-H: Curtis' Clyatt, Tommy
It would have to be the weather...., set for 2:30: p m. Wednesday. In the Guynn, Shantel Howard Nanette
It's hurting the strawberries"- Diana Crawford, 17, a senior ai agriculture division prizes for cattle Stalnaker Penny Stalnaker Robert
Queen Janet's answer to the question Bradford High, the daughter of Mr. will beAn : Worrell, Travis Worrell
put to all five finalists. The other four ,aid Mrs. Neil Crawford of Starke ,- 'outstanding youth exhibit, Bradford FFA: Randy Alvarez
each said they "wouldn't change athing. and sponsored by the Florida Bank at l Jrophy; Ricky Alvarez, Loren Boone Robert
." Starke -vnampion bull, trophy; Boone, Randy Conner, Richard
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All the points are disregarded once 'y Reserve champion bull trophy; Crosby. Len Eaves, Craig
the five finalists are selected,'and 'Sharon Griffis, 17, a junior BHS, ; ., J Champion female, trophy; Falstreaux Aaron Mathews, Jason
queen Is determined by the quality of 'the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton d .Reserve champion female;trophy. Polk, Shelley Raley Dean Reddish,
her answser,to the question and her Griffis of the Griffis Loop area and The blue ribbon award la $15, red Kimberly Sapp John Watterson.and
poise as she gave( the answer. sponsored by Diane's Beauty..Shop of award $10, and white ribbon award is Jamie Whitehead Jeff Clemons,
Bradford FFA Junior FFA
Starke $... Chapter
Queen Janet 19, is the daughter of A trophy will be provided for the .and Bradford Senior PEA Chapter.
Police Chief and Mrs..MM.Jordan of, herdsman Union FFA: Julie Brown Prudence
Angela Folsom, .17; a 'junior'atBHS outstanding by the Starke "
Lawtey, and was sponsored by. Lake ,. the daughter of Mrs. Phyllis StiltJflo lng.;. J Rotary Club. Clyatt, Bruce Dukes Daniel Dukes
I Chevrolet Oids of
Starke. Folsom and Clifton Folsom Cattle prizes are: first place$15, second Brad Elixson, Shands Howard,
1983 Strawberry Queen, Janet Jordan said she was ".....tllIOoatlnll"
The, contest went off ,smoothly. ofStarkeij Monday and third Johnny O'Steen. Tasks ,Ward, John
and
sponsored by Carl place $10, place $5.
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after winning the title night.
Strawberry Saturday
Each contestant handled herself queen
very will also be awarded for Whitehead Lake Butler Junior FFA
Cash
,well and "all the girls were mighty, Service Station. '; Janet b the! daughter of Chief of Police and Mrs. M.M. Jordan of Lawtey. prizes ,
pretty,." says Emcee JR.' (Jim) The new queen will reign over the Bradford County Fair to run April (-.. swine poultry. 'chickens, eggs and

Lawson. Every girl knew how to walk .(see Qu en..., P.2A) Queen Janet, will. cut: the ribbon"f to open the fair at II a.m.' next Wednesday. rabbits.The annual Bradford-Union' 4-H and (see County Fair.... P.3A)'




I 'Tie Vote Leaves Issue to Commission -I
: P > Speedville,+ Rezoning up ,


r A 3-3 tie vote by the County.Zoning St. (Speedville Roadl from Single ingj'Board approved administrative Sarah Wood of Jacksonville, widow of home subdivision would be directly
Board Tuesday night left it up to the Family ;Residential to RSF-MH, rezoning on'over 300 acres along one-time developer George W. Wood, across Speedville Road from her property
,County Commission to make a decision allowing,, a mix of conventional and Speedville Road on Zoning Director and the proposed administrative and would be incompatible with
; in a controversial toning matter mobile homes ran/ Into strong opposition L.M Gaines' recommendation that amobile rezoning was later withdrawn.Mrs. plans for future single family residential 1

.... SA U8DAY. Aar. 2 :.. Speedville Road in.southeast Brad. and a petition signed. by 300 op- home mix would better serve Wood, who owns 465 acres of development. She said the prox-
\ CAR WASH A WAX, ,lord County posing property owners.. i ,'" "the needs of the area by providing an development land west of Speedvtll
I Sponsored. ,Developer Jack Courtnay'4 d petition The same Issue arose In a different ,opportunity for low cost housing Road and bordering on Indian Lake,

I,. Softball by T Pixie am"' Hut ,to rezone .24 acres on Southeast 43rd ,torn earlier this )'ea.w! .t.n.Zo.,. 'J That" proposal. was opposed by Mrs. said Courtney's, proposed. ,mobile (See Tie Vote.... P.2A)

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t(:. '; '. Wwhll.MWaxM.OORVMMAOI" JAir David\ Sliine Wins County Spelling Bee


: I" SNrt. Jeyc..1N.i'' ,h 11-
." .t-St Drawing at f ........, ..'Displaying a confident grin David / 1ri between the two boys. correctly weeks;Jennifer Wheeler,'BMS;. Rob
., leaf Wllioo'l') loriM' <-,Shine.7th grader at Lawtey EllIJ1en- Spelled bashful. rumored, maize, i Interact bie Gray BE; Chrystal. Allen SE
,'t.r ,if.' CAR tary;'mon the county spelling .bee' ,, wallboard quackery,! Allison Farnsworeth SS; PatrjeIajBath !
ft _',',) Thursday, March 24, after vying with. I gristmill tightrope' diggetr vagrancy ; BE; Cassandra Fisher, HE;
I Jl r Mmnptan" lie.. ... 7rt Ondit Jonathan Rowe for 131 rounds. ,, deathwatch Immortal, plunder Robert Moorehead, HE; Donnie
r Psti' s : a .*.as. < fM. grader Rowe the champion" 'chrome, territory, usage nonmetal' Francis, SE and Eva Hodge; SS.
:. .ft Cweewnkv Seek f...10.Lot'. speller at Bradford Middle School .is I kidnap, vealskin, and sensational' The spellers went out on such wordsas
.
;" ," i runner up,, 'Third ,place' went to |", The words came from last year's';' quarry, delicious,pUtnum uppity,
:1' ; .+j.\,:: y j Ma_M"Y. ....r. 4 'I' ., ,. ;, Lawt y' Elementary seventh grader' reJtonallpeilln. bee, the same word and enjoin.

I ;1h ;'. I''t:,Ie; COMAMSilONi Stephanie King, who bested, Shine in '.fused two years ago in the national, Though the students obviously bad ,
: "(i ., ; | A.M.,i if : the Lawtey bee spelling bee, according. to Mrs*' never,beard of some of the words,
I
....4' o .,, "klutzin ,* sounded them out and often
*, Rowe :misspelled' :, the Lucille Payne; curriculum coordinator ; they
I : lAWtlV COUNCll 10th round.Duelling It'"clutiCt: With ft and host for the county bee! spelled them correctly with a great;

I \ao. r.M,. .,big I grin 'showing Shine missed hislirat.chacetqwfn { held in the school:.board. meeting\ .; sigh of relief. Even when h hear A
\' .I.V..." : ,I. '. : ; when..he. startedthe tjfoom. .o ** words they'd obviously never rrt
J ," ,:,.1" TUSBPAV.Attf.STACK .a -,_., 1 word with a ''e.". r 4,4 Mia* King missed"l "'iient." spells of the students would sound them out.,
) i' COUNCM. The pair'correctly t.r spelled 10 more: 1 Ing i( "leinleni" to go out In the eighth.' Director of Personnel Charles
l"i 704 ,.M. d I'I '. rounds before Rowe missed the word (I round, leaving Rowe and Shine to bat; Francis handed each student a certificate
I I I : "'piety.f spelling it, !'pyate:"',$hine, the It out.. : and a pin. The* winners.. alac1received !'
,Sic I f' .spelled "'piety" correctly; then spell-.' {;'.,Othe'competitors, in the county'J'twe plaques. '". "
ShLeh Jonathan Rowe..,
David ell, 'tarduy''correety. to win the'"lengthy 't ,,; all champion or runner-uff-- Pronouncer'waa Bradford High,
CII....... sf eoenif -, County Spelling Champion T Competitions' *v. s : .. ,,apeJUers,iR.tnsur ,individual schools .English. Instructor ;Sally Hansen.: :SecoWa Best Speller?


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';'l'fll ::: qtd@' !'' M1r'Ella : r ftmm +n .ttK".
(Fr 'i _*". ,u!j i;a1 eii? Urshuptonj its ijphsored by CnevfoIePOWsPwn 7nn.'t ; receive*
Mamlj'sr'wotbat Blue Cm i r1 !P D Pepartwiwrt tSqeit) Amaro School of
\ -'Blue Shield in htJaomril2eaiwl 1s the'! ' **! ( scholarship to the'
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yJ'71 'G4y'y lE?' r Starling daughter of 0)r Lawtey Mr and, and; Mno.\waft\ .Nath.\uJ),, J,Holly Smith '1-'a Junior;f 4tIKeystanei course Modeling+which for instructs a the student In
iored by Janet Starting Realty." sp9w r\ : \ Heights/, !/' High School, the basic grooming and the skill
daughter of Mrt and Mrs. Joel Smith /necessary 'for the development of
.lrimmy Jo .
BUS,'the' daughter of Wand: Mrs Drugs of Keystone Heights., U .prerequisite for a-a-professional.
TJMann< of Brooker and 4cnsoreciby modeling course. ...,.wd.l;\@ :
( Hendry's VphoJatry.I 10 Mkholle StilwbU> .17,,a: Junior at Queen Janet will also feign ever the
BHS. the daughterof Mr, and Mrs. Bradford County Pair to run AMU M.
Paige Roberts,17.a senior at BHS, Lloyd Stilwell 'Jr. of Brooker,,and She wUl ride In Mac lenny'l' Centennial -
:( the daughter of Mn and .Mrs. 0.C. sponsored Alligator Creek Ranch. parade April' 23.'f;' I '' i'tf; j
Roberts of Starke, and sponsored by } ''r r
Leila'.JretIaaD Gift,Shopw : Melissa Winkler, 19,,a sophomore Queen Janet)jwore 1 a long white
\ af' Santa Fe Community College, the evening dress, *turqoise blue bathing'suit
Alesla Sheffield, in, a freshman at daughter of Mr.and Mra..George A. and .a little short mlnldrees with
Santa Fe Community College the Winkler of Starke, and sponsored by ruffle ,on the skirt and-glitter-
I I daughter of Mr.and! Mrs.: Frank Shef- Register Oil Gas. covered red shoes ,ti:;h, it:
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; Tie Vote Leaves Decision.. to Commission ilti:f" '.tii' ;, i

(from'Page 1A) Terrence Brown
ford conventional single family dwell Attorney
I Imity of mobile homes would lower ings. Courtnay said the sandy soil of representing Mrs. Wood, enumorateJ
the value of her property. the Keystone area made it well suited 11 rules for the reclassification of property
.to meet the more stringent septic tank any one of which, he eald.would ,
I 3 Bradford Beauties... I Courtnay said,his proposal wouldnot regulations recently placed In effect warrant rejecting Courtnay's
s change the density of the present by, the state. The proposed change, proposal. -* .it__
i The three top winners in Saturday night's' StrawberryQueen Queen :Janet Jordan ls center above. First runner-up RSF zoning. He said that high interest On a roil call ,vote.Wilson.., King,
Pageant are shown above. Karen Cfcitty.at left.Second runner-up Angel Folsom Is rates and high building costs have "will benefit many people in our coun- and Eddie Starling voted aye.-, Jim
I Newly crowned: 183 Bradford County Strawberry at right. ,,;; placed "all too many people"! In the ty and will not change the density of Womack, Robert Scott and .Chair-
hr '.'"" of the area or the land use plan .man Richardson voted nay'i",! .*<' i,
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by Kelll Carver best you can earn: Congratulations to. without regard to race, religion, color ing the Fall 1983 semester. .one of our 1983 seniors planning tq attend Grad Night Tickets on Sale...
all of the members: sex or national origin.' All in- FCC the Fall of 1883.
during
teresteil Grad Night tickets are on sale In the
Chorus Rates Supperlor.... seniors should pick up an application ; Applications will be 'Judged on Beck"Scholarship' is WOO per*school: Finance Office.
form from Mrs. In ,.
Aljets they
Senior Scholarships.... grades, extracurricular activities '
The BHS chorus under the directionof Guidance Office. year. Application forms are The price is 129. including: bus
Mr, Don Hardy..earned straight The ITT Rayonier County Scholarship deadline Is 'Application 15. 1! leadership. : qualities, and financialneed. available in the Guidance Offices. transportation and Disney World
one's or superior, in District Contest Program ls offering two 1750 Friday: April The Scholarship. U $500, per Deadline for returlnlng these forms is Ticket. Deadline for all tickets la
last Friday in Macclenny.The scholarships for the state. school year. April B. March I.31. Don't miss the..FUStUiG.E.D. j _
chorus was judged in two All grants are for one year.Scholarship 'Rotary Scholarship... --'- I
categories, sight reading and concert recipients may attend any accredited The Santa Fe Community College Application forma' 'are availablefrom
performance, and singing ability. university, college or Endowment Corporation in cooperation Mrs. Aljets In the Guidance Office
Their music selections included: college of their choice to major relay with the Starke Rotary Club will Deadline to return the application Test
Gloria and Pia Ci Do-El Mar. The area. Candidates will be judged on award a Starke Rotary Scholarship to forms .is Tuesday,'April 12. .
chorus did great and received the basis of scholarship, leadership at least one of our 1983 graduating This corporation also plans to
straight ones (superior), which Is the. and financial need. Selection Is made seniors who plans to attend SFCC,dur-N award a Beck scholarship to at least Earn your high school diploma by taking the G.E.D.

test. For further 'Information call 9646150. The I

I Brooker News' ;; COMITY THE IIIADFOIIO TELEGRAPH deadline for 'registering ;Is April 14, 1983.. Testing' !

PuMsftad every Thursday dates.'and times areas follows: \, '
by C.E."Sue"Davis be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.Jake Keene and two of at 135 W. Cal StrMt .
phone 485-1M4: Sam Lee last Sunday was cancelleddue their grandsons enjoyed the weekendat Starta. Florida 32091 '

School News... to the hunt stormy has been weather rescheduled conditions.The for. last the weekend.Blue Grass.Festival in Dunellon' Second Class postage paid at 'April 18 & :19 April 20: & 21

A reminder to all parents that April Saturday afternoon, April 2, at 3 p.m. Robery V TamKati pa Is Slarka, AtrIdaSublCrlplloft
1-8 is the Easter holiday break for all at the Lee home. Members of the Sun-, his anandparen the Jake : 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. _
Bradford County students. Classes day school classes of Mrs. Linda I, during the spring break. Bats: "
will resume Monday, April 11. Robinson and Mrs. Jeanette Moon Emma Pringle and Marie Nichols In-trida! area:.11 0.00 per 3:00: p.m. 8:15 p.m.
The Dixie Youth baseball uniforms have completed plans for an over of Lakeland were guests of -their '15.5111.1 par '
have arrived and will be distributedto night camp-out| at Camp O'Leno State sister, Jeanette Prescott last week, mwittis 6:30, p.m.'
parents of the players Thursday Park for April 6-7. Last month the Ms. Nichols returned: home Saturday outside trade Chas. : $11.00'per' 8:15 p.m.,
night March 31. group spent one day plcniclng:, hiking, but Ms.Pringlo remained for another ___ 11.00> six. months. veer 1 .. ,
Uniforms may be picked up from sightseeing and studying the relationship week. .
8:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the school. A of God man and nature at the -- -- ..-
meeting of the BAA Will begin at 7:30 same park.
p.m. All members are asked to be The matured: Christian'Fellowship
present luncheon Is scheduled for March 31,at
Dedication of the new concession the church dining room beginning at
stand at the ballpark Is scheduled for 11:43 a.m. The public is Invited to.
.. ..Thursday..AprlLZ.at.S p.as-_.'.... come bring,a covered and Join in .
The dedication will kick off the"" the fellowship and ng fallowing;,
baseball, Softball Jamboree featuring-. J f1, .iiJfl p.Arounif u : .
'I. the Brooker IMxIe Yotfttf teams ahdJ:::: : .t;: }" : ,::

the Brooker girls, Softball teams.
Games are scheduledfor' Thursday ,TTown....
and Friday afternoon and all day Sunday, March 27 was a great day
Saturday, April 9. for a grand lady as her children, ;
A barbecue chicken dunner will be grandchildren relatives and friends ;.
served Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 gathered for a birthday hmcbeonhonoring DISCOVER CiOLJJ!
p.m. Proceeds from the jamboree and Mrs. Nona Mann in her
chicken dinner will go to the BAA. home.
Guests were from various areas of
Brooker Baptist Church...
the state and included the Rev. and.
The Easter era hunt scheduled to Mrs. John Hendry of New River. .7 rstrott tjidu

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(From< 1 1I ChaptefX.akerButler, .Senior 1'AChpp rain. The big equipment moving in !
I t ; makes the midway a quagmire says : J
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Saturday.' .. The rest rooms are operating. Attempts r
have been to improve the
/ r !The Beef Sale Is get for 1 p.m, : Saturday drainage.
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7a i Highlight Saturday
flight will be the
,kc f 1 f ? I annual Bradford-Union) 4-H and FFA 33rd fair says County Agent Bobby!
i Taylor. '
Steer Sale.
Taylor will auction off some top
r rt 1a A highlight of any county fair la the flats of berries each night and a I
/ agriculture products. number one flat will bo chosen from .
'? This year wards'will be given In those in the county agriculture booth.

1 t, fruit the categories, and honey.of crops vegetables ,\,. ,,." .'. ,.." ,..,"".,. ".""."p"... ,, ..... ,....._,,'...... ,I '
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Home Division entries must be I'
brought to the' fairgrounds for .SPRING :j'
registration at the respective booths
Monday, April 4, from 1-6 p.m. or ,r

k::::_ I J .noon.Tuesday .April 5,from 8 a.m. until 'SPECIALS i! _

F 1'i t4 Judging wiir'take place. Tuesday
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T, .. ,.j ,4 g k1"4'yc .afternoon.A blue ribbon will be awarded for 6-12-18 ; 1

{ first place red for second, and white t
.: .. .- .. for third place In each category. Azalea & Camellia i

.. i.. ',' \ '..,,'" <, 'i',''Ii.... I'1.I'J., .0. VI:;\ ,, ',,. .r ''J'" : vegetables Canned product fruits categories pickles, include relish Fertilizer i
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:: kluftih 1' and F lIm'... jellies.
; M; Baked products categories include 5.50 '50*. :
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Neck and neck are the sailboats" Gary Senkbell.'left*'and Matthew /like rain gutters, they are. quick breads, specialty breads, yeast ,
Eunice a.the puff mightily to win the Sailing Regatta. of Cub Scout. Pack 73,- Regatta winners, by age group and place are rolls, cakes, cupcakes, cookies candy -
"With, fellow Scout and their urging them on. Elght-year-oldst 1) Michael McKinney 2) Kwambea Strong, and 3) Jason pies and the most unusual use of '13-13-13
( The! Cub Pack 73 boys raced under the watchful eyes of two judgeslocal .Canova. strawberries in a baked product.
businesamaa Wayne; Whtffen and School Board Member Patricia Spengler. Nine-year-olds 1)) Brian Canova, 2) Eric Brown and :3> Paul Smith. Needlework categories include Lawn I Fertilizer
both active for many year In!. touting.,If the racedwayi; look lunplclouilyBoatDecoration Ten-year-olds 1)) Richard, Ramtek. Z) Bryan King 3) Michael Becker. knitting, crocheting and linens.
Arts & crafts entries open to hob-
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Horticulture categories Include
non-flowering house plant flowering
house plants, cactus, succulents, Tired of Wet Feet?
hanging baskets, terrariums, bonsai
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t \, tt r rp flower arranging ferns, totems, andtopiary.
Boots on Sale

All Sizes
The fairgrounds on XJS-301 north in
Starke are in good shape now,but if a Silver Queen Corn
Bradford
traditional County spring
rain hits when the midway .movesin. Purple Knuckle Hulls
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,'Before: they.raced the Cub Pack 73 coutii competed to tee.who has the best 'Brian Canova; best patriotic theme. Jason Morin: most unusual Robbie OF BUSINESS SOIL'99C
decorated sale boat. Winners were:. Sapp; moat authentic Todd Hall; weirdest. Bryan King prettiest Leslie ,
.riiimlxt. Richard Raanlcki most futuristic Jason Canova; moat original.' Elderfjeld: Cub special. Colby Smith j and judges choice. Matthew Eunice, 20 l Ib! : '1.50



I ::r : im: 'Licraor ,Store' Exception. Appealed Entire ReducedMorning Stock Sun FarmersMutual ,.




Charging the Zoning BoCard' andithe' when Wyi proved LX.. Edwards & Callaway[further chargeS'that the. Adjustment's decision and grant the Health Food Store
the Planning& \ Associates petition for'a PUD on 56 Board of Adjustment did not have s, following relief: Exchange
'Board Adjustments'' (IDA with' acres of property! that had been zoned proper basis from a written petition. 964-8976
multiple, violations 'of the .county's'' Single Family Residential since the 'and exhibits to consider in making Us (.Reverse the decision. 2228 N. Temple Aw .,T\arke\
zoning code over a period of years C. county's first zoning' code was decision"001'did it properly consider;. 2. Require the landowner to comply 301 South 964-7871
Brooks ..Callaway. Jr. of Keystone enacted in 1970. On June. 7,' 1976 or make findings of fact as requjredy : lth requirement of the Zoning i Block'South of Courthouse
Oaks F!baa challenged a February 22: ,, the Com- b regulations)6efor Re PUDs in.aH .
Callaway alleges County c unty zoning |;?) J' ; ; .. a
'STOH?' iegOSetiieitditrR". ap ftlDslod1net"IJnd I1>P ed Se.f M ot i4 *fiy y s .. .bf M :wg; '!i,._.'''''.,)'a..<''r,ya8aas. {Tntsvwb.'',_O" -n-, 'Ii 1'.. ,h.': ".J;.._ ...! +srs' :.,.y 4rw..... !
y ,. ';? ota pt9 Awvta .1ti\rf ; 111aIa J ,
H 1 1 ] j 1.' < ;' e '. Callaway also state thatthe >PUD, .; and commercial' development of Abraham Lan tux M.D. I
In.a filed Thura-1 the Board the property. .' '
; lengthy petition These actions by Zoning granted on this parcel 1976 ,
'day; March 24, Callaway alleges that' .,and the County Commission were con- provision, for included, and General f Medicine '1
the property in question part of a' trary to law,Callaway says,since the complementary to the anticipated :'A special meeting to review
PUD, Planned Unit Development)' zoning ordinance, did not provide a -residential and commercial develop-' take action on the petition will be held Announces the opening of his office at :
owned by developer Jack Courtney, PUD }classification In.1976.. and the ment. "To date, the landowner Juts; by the County Commission sometime
"has never been zoned CG (Commercial Commission "never adopted .an or- developed the residential and commercial 'toext week. The date and time of this STARKE .PLIZA;
General), and that the to but meeting will be set at -the. board's'regular \
no coning "dinance amending zoning map portions of the property,
classification presently applicable to" provide for rezoning theproperty has not developed any recreational'uses April 4 meeting according. to (Next to Pantry Pride; ) J'' :
the' would RlA classification in effect., CunvnUsmonJChairtnaai\; i LawrenceMosley. "
property permit a liquor from the the appeal states. "The only : -*
store Under fcs < fl{ Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Fri. ,
as a special exception .at that time. remaining landthat can be feasibly
Bradford's CG is the :'nevetiadopted If his periUon yJs!, deniofl, Callawayii1ay
zoning code only "The' developed for''recreation is immediately / I ,
classification in which liquor store an ordnance amending the behind the parcel upan'{ file spit in Circuit\, PHONE 964-4668
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may be placed by special exception.The zoning map'to> provide for rezoning which landowner seeks a special >....I ,'II'" curt I
plaintiff contends that the the subject property to any classification exception for a package liquor store." j :'
Bradford County'' Commission acted other than :Its then present coning -, Callaway is requesting the Courtly! 6
illegally as far' back as April 27, 1976 RlA," the appeal! states.! Commission to review the Board" dff ',.
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g'r. JnMtmory; ,' each church are asked to please be day April 3, beginning at 6 a>n. HJR
year'has passed since you have'sV present on time. please come out and give your "up- .' .
.. sleep! pn> my dear ban; Easter- sunrise ,services; for ',the. port.. to these servicea.: 'if.fr*,
',RJU,Statw.'TialOad: ( who thoughtpest ,
to\?take you from this world of l. v-j-- _'_ '
aorrowtq' a lovely place of rest,. r sJ TalkPhownershiprft
&Day by datll; .striving to meet' Wanted:"' Red Wiggters I Baisiz91Robert + I

.you in that fauf heavenly, home,, .. ,. '
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{ : xt 'phone you're using.More speclfl- t
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X l ewnerbus portion of f tender.k ., a j ;Y"r7 'And if you buy It you'll tove.Just pick

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"Future: urban development' low rivers with their water and never givea

areas around the lakes, should be thought to the permanent damage

restricted to prevent additional they are doing until .it is too late.. :. t.

losses. "It is appalling to learn that,, after '

"Local action ,to prevent unwise more than'80 years of experimenting'
development of flood prone areas can with canal and dike building,'and other

help reduce future flood damages." destruction of our invaluable and ir-
replaceable wetlands that no one has
These warnings ,were issued fn'l968 learned to leave Florida and its natural

when high water in Bradford County low and swampy areas alone,"
caused the County Commissioners to
call in the U.S. Corps of Engineers to During the past decade rainfall In

make recommendations for coping this area has been below normal, dry- _. ._ .
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with flood conditions along Alligator ing out ponds swamps and streams j : lured, from lent Shannon Abranis.. Jonathan Kowe.Dwna
the water table to nie Rabbit's F.. was one of two plays sreseiitedreee>t. Sickle Taylor ; awl,Todd
Creek and the SampsonRowellCrosbyLake and causing ground 11 hy ISMS Kilted students Cox;. the Whit Rabbit. himself. *; : I I
of the land '
The the telephone
areas following a series of"recordbreaking" drop. dry appearance five main charaeuv of the colorful production areBMS "eo GiUenwaters. on
rainstorms.But during this period induced many "
homebuilders who were new to the ""

was anybody listening? to utilize building sites that -
area, pro- Talent
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Well, at least one recommendationby bably would have been rejected in Gifted Students, Show

the Corps to deepen and widen times of more "normal" rainfall. ,_

Alligator Creek was followed with The heavy rainfall received here The Starke Woman' Club was the

consequent beneficial results which during the first three months of 1983 setting for the BMS gifted students'rs'eeentation
alleviated the high water situation may indicate that we are again enter- of "Rabbit's Foot" and

following the near 20 inches of rain ing a cycle of above normal rainfall, 'Alice In Wonderland" on Saturday
received here since January 1. But the such as was experienced in the 1950s evening.March 19 '

warning about building in lowlyingareas and '60s. The rainy season of July, "Rabbit's Foot" is the story ofteenager
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Buck Taylor played by'
was pretty well ignored. !
August and September is yet to come Todd Gillenwatera, who low his 1
Some words of wisdom were contained and the 1983 total could possibly reach lucky rabbit's foot and seems to get *
in a recent letter written by a resident the 6&inch total recorded in 1979. nothing but trouble and hard times I
of Pomona Park to a Jacksonville Bradford County 'needs a ten-year- not only from his mother;,played by.Shannon ,
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Abrams but also from his
newspaper, which said: "For those flood that could be consultedby
plain map teacher Ma. Brenner, played by,
who nave built expensive houses in prospective homebuilders seeking a Shcwna BJom. Suddenly.a rabbit appears :;
normally swampy areas it is too bad building site free from flooding and who:is "visible" only to Buck,
that they did not learn the lessons we suitable for septic tank purposes. The and the audience. The rabbit ia look

did many years ago. That is, We went county does have a 100-year flood plain ing for the missing foot also: he Ba'l'e A
can't afford to be without it at,
for real estate during or immediately -
shopping that
map but this indicates only areas Easter; bin busiest''season. Richie
after a wet spell. would be endangered by a flood of the Taylor plays the rabbit. He made his

;"For those developers who make a magnitude likely to occur only once in own mask:, a giant rabbit face and tip
fast buck by ignoring things uniquely a century. State law forbids the use of head from papier mache. '

Floridian and who take advantage of i septic tanks in the ten-year flood plane, Deena Throughout Cox plays the Buck's play sister she hope Bet M

abnormally dry spells to develop nor but in counties where a ten-year map is sy.that Buck will stay in one Jam after
mally wet areas, let them be liable for not available, the law cannot be enforc- 'another but their lather Mr.Taylor.
normal conditions"It played by Jonathan Rowe. is pleasNirather
ed.At '' than disappointed with Buck's
is not normal for Florida to have the present' time the purchaser forgetting to mail a letter. The whole

prolonged dry spells, or to go any ex-, has little protection in buying a ,rabbit has brought more.luck to Buck
tended length', of time without hur- suitable homesite, other than the age- Pun the mere foot!
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old warning of "caveat emptor" "let Other characters were .Joy'
ricanes. and developers need to
Buyers
beware." A Vellenga', who played Buck'sgirlfriend
the buyer ten-year'lfood'
have this point brought home to them Lynn Westcott; and
i strongly, time and time again. plane'map -would give the property Robert Boone who played Jim Fisher
information that he needs in '
buyer friend of Bucks.
"Instead they go right on tearing up making one of the most important deci oa j ...... Alice Holly Shields. at right stand la awe before the Sneeilng Dutches (YveMe,
} Florida's marshy and swampy areas sions of his. life the location of his "Holly Shields, the sixth grade Hobo) and the grinning. Cheshire. Cat. (Sean Smith) during her amazing trip through
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that our beautiful and home or business. ,. daughter of Mrs.Warren Stevenson of Wonderland. ,
supply springs
Starke and Bill Shields of Nashville
Tenn., stole the hearts of the audiencein about the Mad Hatter Jonathan. In the quiet Alice hears singing and'
her role of Alice in Lewis Carroll' Rowe)' and the March Hare (Robert:( sobbing coming from the Mock: Turtle
I I Conflict of Policies "Alice in Wonderland.1 ? Thorpe),telling her"...they*are both (Shaun Schmidt), 'The Block Turtle
Alice followed Tommy Len Jones, utterly mad. Sure enough, hey teaches Alice the "'Lobster. r
the white rabbit down the rabbit hole were! / Quadrille to music written by
I It is hard to see how William Ruckelshaus and Mr. Watt 'where she was told by the caterpillar, .. Holly Shields and player on the piano, ,,
Bo Bishop that she was atanding in Suddenly;across the stage! the croquet '
Todd j.
i.-' Gtllenwater} ,
Ruckelshaus and James Watt can both 4.Bilt ct;efayWat lea fiwchess' .kitchen. Looking :.party;otjihaoQueen'of:Hearts"- !i.--by < ends withtbs ", ?
r.o:.'. hv* Aeridi4 + i# ..th. ; The absurdity.ec is it, I .JI
"remain President team j
on Reagan's .: arouad,Alice was surprised to see the enl Amjda4tphetrt' I eset.phfleasts'IniJoy :)-jfcy trW'Alice awakens and tries to I
dealing with matters of environmentalprotection. :,.several- administration'policy: :,; *uebeu.she was wearing a long kelly ( i VelbngB) lyelitttgiet'.Offt wittutt J recount what had happened after ., .
t makers repudiate that strategy, green dress and had "diamonds""and your heads,'' and "Consider the Verdict curtain ia drawn by Kenneth Owen, I
dismissing the argument that some, other jewels on her fingers 1" we hear daughter (Shawn the technical person. .' :
policy changes are necessary. In fact, wrists and around her neck. Yvonne Blora) ordering creatures around. The students and their teacher Peg '
,'- It seems unlikely that a man with the in his Sunday TV appearance Mr. Bobo waJI the Duchess. At the end of .They Invite Alice to play croquet but Stanwbt-Hay.- deeply the ,
appreciate
integrity and reputation of Mr. Watt launched a counter-attack the Duchess' table sat the Cheshirecat immediately. walk oft and leave her use of the S/ike Women s Club ;:,
Ruckelshaus would nave accepted the j Sean Smith. Sean warned Holly alone.
against his critics blaming most of the

he position'ofEPA had been,given administrator the authority by unless.Mr. controversy"distortions: ; by surrounding the'news media him and on If' qa;ln sp ;'

Reagan to make his own appointmentsin attacks by "left wing" D the agency, and carry out his own effective the House <'-' *, County Agent's Notebook by Bobby LTaylor'
/ policies for environmental pro-, Bradford- Cow dy- Agent.
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tection.' Whatever policy changesa"they ;,Trade, : ., .
will be carried out by "i (hew This week'has been especi lly. active ''grasses need tin application of'a complete (organic nitrogen), then the rate (be'
On the other hand, Mr.Watt, appear- management team at 'EP A. to"b6 appointed With preparations for our Bradford County fertilizer A regular fertilization programla two or more pounds of actual nitrogen nay pe; >
ing as a guest on last Sunday's Face by Mr. Ruckelshaus. Five &W' Fair that opens next Wednesday April 6. essential for growing a healthy,"dense, "'tl.OOO square feet.onMMpttunsteiofdsjiiJi.ua.

the Nation made it clear that he ranking Reagan appointees at,:th 'The livestock barns a clean-up and fairgrounds and face lift in and beautiful lawn. Fertilization is nitrogen in every fertilizer can be determined ,
general are getting
doesn't plan to change his abrasive and EPA, including acting administrato ,'S to give a pleasing appearance. 'especially Important In Florida because of by dividing the present;nitrogci
the infertile sandy soils. Fertilization can listed
on the label Into loll For
confrontational in with "' eiattpMult
style dealing John Hernandez, have submitted thei *
,* v more often improve poor-quality lawn or fromllammonium
applying soluble !
the environment, including his at- under room "VQur Uventocfc'barns should be cooler 'nitrogen
resignations fire to make on maintain good-quality lawns' than any sulfate,divide 20* (the'Newton
tempts to ease clean-water and air for the new team. Show and 9l nights this year, With the .other management practice. Of course* of ammonium sulfate) Into.100 lo-find-ett ,
pollution standards and turn over con- .,"cooperation and assistance of our Vo-Tech mowing,watering thatch control and pest the number of pounds of fertilizer !
trol of toxic wastes Mind; other Mr. Watt said l'I have liabilities andI. Centiery i"'fans;are being installed in the, control must be combined with proper fertilization supply one pound N.Since 100( 'divided Iq'

pollutants to the states, The latter proposal have many assets. When those main\Bhow/ arena.his David Smith staff and Gene to produce topHjuaUty lawn. equals 5, apply lJOU11davol-lIUUoflum
electricity are doing
of course would,result in ineffective -. liabilities start to assets,,.tfTannefcarid'an excel nrjob, for.us.Strawbeme Most fertilizers are applied at' a rate sulfate per 1,000 square foefcof lawn.,Jf Ap'
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controls, differing from state to my usefulness will outwS.i iI ire witf' determined by the type and amount of plying nitrogen in a 16-t-B fertilizer,nd4t9,,
continue to look nitrogen inthe '
good' nitrogen'prevent in that material: Nitrogen' product J*.H ow-release
1 state.' should leave. A recent; despite wet and cool conditions. Looks like 1ris the nutrient most used by the grass and ,organic nitrogen one could apPly Jpounds
opinion polls, the' 'A': pl ''we will have a good supply of "good 'often is the material that burns the lawn if of actual' nitro8ennTh: calculation is the
So far, Mr. Reagan has not tipped his believe that the liabilities, Oq' trawbe} )*t week. ,'.applied at excessive rates same&a in the 'fIUIQ\pl."Qlvidlp! IQQby
hand about what if Mr. Watt's and .' Ig ; lit (16 i* the percent H? 5 thqfrUuzer, ).,
policy changes, assets fi, 'rlq, tefeio/e! day 0( drying conditions An' almost universal recommendation' 'The
any, he intends to make in the environmental time. If he tries to start i ,-_ A 1 fc j eiik lot of field activity. LandftlkmJcan :for turf grasses is to apply one pound of actual lft-4 answer would III aboot.. BO 12 powMfrof the,
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areas, but sooner or later policy under Mr. Rucralah | ?] ., II \ be completed and pia..-. nitrogen per 1,000 square feet of lawn supply pounds of nitrogen.
he will have to make a choice, for the did for former admiaiccfptfrpi 'M1 he li ,: rpu spring vegetables, a d,Hold.fJPtI1i'A. if the nitrogen/ is a chemical water!soluble* ,Lawn We have a good fact sheet that eevelais
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S a tour of furesUand attest Which have 5'I I
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== 'and its principal application to forrelease pine ,'a.m.,, and the membership .U.i td IP
11-I The Hood eoaditloesbrought' i'. u haraweoa' area*.Vetoar is sisal bear Gen. Enslin discuss the oU lff.
t an by"excessive "t} quits e Uv it.*a site prep8J'II ttontooita Camp Blanding to obtain the y.S.J
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it"" 1I.T" 'e' ri'ro .. The first Strawberry Fashion Show and Luncheon Is set at noon,Saturday' ..
$ l dtttdr; ( ::11. 1< April 9. at the Starke Golf and Country Club. :' rTThe :
: te" .,t.'\'. .' : ..rn I ,r, : jP./ : fashion show, sponsored by the women',, organization'of the country ,
.u b' .: ( \ ; ] club, U open to the nubile. Over 50 outfits from participating?stores will be
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Strawberry Golf Tournament. ; tit: 3 .
.j N' ::1f til s \' A".50 ticket will admit the bearer to a lunch of Polynesian chicken: .salad,::-
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: Door prizes,will be awarded; guests must'be'present to win. ; teat; t"i'
skigong;i :+,and ,Jason: ,Cutler Stores showing their Spring sport 'outfits and other fashion will be Mon,' !!'
l.s'I 4t1v 1 C r ,a 1 Bret ft Jerry'a, Kenwtn., Corner Fashions Stump'n, LeUa'a;* I i
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vV at\March'19\ tii1' f Diane(Mrs. Randy) Hayes, left above, models white satin ribbon ,;
: at Kin'gs< : dinner dress from Kenwln's. .' aIm.)!
: Kathy (Mrs.David) Gaines, models a navy blue dress from KenW ''L

Sissy Long'of Gainesville,'daughter Denmark at \ p.m., with approx J* : KelU Carver models. pink and gray street length dress from Montgomery;*? 1!;'
of Mr. and Mrs. aLong of Starke 60 Ward. }
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and Jason Outler HI, son of Mr. and imately The bride's table attending.was covered with Elaine Gray models a lavender Jordache polo shirt with contrasting yarn q
Mrs. Jason Outler Jr. of Gainesville pie slacks from Korner Fashions. IP", l :
a blue linen cloth and was centered 5?:-. ,
were united in marriage Saturday with a white three tiered wedding : J
j' March 19, at 4 p.m. at the KIngsley cake decorated with fresh flowers and ,' :
I" Lake home of Mr and' Mrs. Steve greenery. Drinks and hors d'oeuvers An Invitation I
r! Denmark. were served ,from silver appointments
i i Attorney Don'Reid of Gainesville on the porch and deck area. to You
I officiated in the.presence of the Imi Mrs. Denmark cut the cake. ,
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Potted fieus, ferns and an assortment the guests! were Mrs. Joe Hull, Mrs. We would like to Invite' you to Join ',1
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of hanging plants decorated the Sill Adam and Mrs' Scott ,with us celebrating the resurrection of
deck.: An'arch's decorated with Whitehead. .
daisies, mums and ferns. The first of May the couple going Jesus Christ on Easter morning "
The bride wore a street length dress to tour Europe for three weeks. They
; !!'ching waist length Jacket. She carried The bride is .employed in the I
a bouquet of silk spring Dowers In soft Alachua County Property Appraiser's
1.stels.f office. The groom is manager of I r SERVICES 8t45 am at IJiOO am ':.. ..
I A, H'reception was also held at the Alachua Feed 111 Alachua. Sunday School 9(45 am

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I 6:30 am Lane Klngsley: Lake

Hall Reunion Mu State of DKG P tt.

To bo told April 3 To Hold Convention We Look Forward to Seeing You
Some Fashions to be Modeled April 9...

'"'The annual Hall reunion will be held ', The Mu State convention of the j t wI Diane Hayes Kathy Gaines KeW Carver, and Elaine Gray show off outfits First United Methodist Church
Sunday, April 3,at the Theressa Community Delta Kappa Gamma Society Interns, from local stores to be modeled In the April f Strawberry Fashion Show I
Center. tlonaf will be held April 15-17 at the and Luncheon at the! Starke Golf & Country Club.
A basket lunch will be served at approximately Holiday Inn, Orlando.. / 200 N. Walnut'Nursery.Available ..
1'' p.m.. All family and Members who will be' attendingare

friends. are invited to attend. : Lucille Payne, Muriel.Norman
Della Rosenberg and Margie Thomson '
of Starke and KathrYn Epperson
Woman Club BoardTo
and Sharon Baer Lyons 'of Lake
Moot April 5 Butler. I
Alpha Nu will be represented In the
The executive board of the Starke Art & Craft' Exhibft' with several
Woman's Club will meet Tuesday, outstanding' pieces of needlecraft '.
April 5, at 5:30 p.m. at Western Steer under the direction of Lucille Payne.
.' Steak House.Woolu. Alpha Nil.will also be represented at
the Talent Show by .a piano duet

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the home-of Mrs. Lester Crews with Wad ,April 8 s I,
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31.7:30 p.m. The worship service will April 8, at 7:30: p.m. In Calvary Bap- .
Include the sacrament of the Lord' list Church.All >
Supper and a drama representing friend and relatives. are Invited
characterizing each disciple while to attend, : '
recreating the scene of Leonardo de J'i
.Vinci's painting "The Last Supper." Easter CantataTo < '11' r
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,April 1. 7:30 p.m. Join us as we experience April j
the re-enactment of the last ,+ "
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The Easter "Golgotha" ) ;
moments of Christ's passion through will be- televised on Bradford Cable i its> ,* EkiT wsr si'.x 't'e. + yi:, r'-3 p 1 1A 1an
'music and scripture. This Is being Channel Tuesday April Sat 7 p.m.
[presented by Presbyterian youth. Due to technical difficulties the can- nrtgfadl'Tia'l > '
BuEastoriwanhH; and celebration,.U, .>.Uta scheduled to be on Channel last, 'i adT RVl'1 2iJt '''t _< r: Y II
Sunday t..t l Tuesday was not on the air' 37iny 9i81s1en. to asslrir ;y t rfgi
ofi0aslsreBg.! hunt for children up to .The adult choir or the First United a evtg o 41IS'tii3frliacfStracltttdt4 SYt '
__M this SaturdayyAprll 2, 10 a.nnitella.nn ., 'Methodist Church in Starke. will.:present 4 riz.istq isdl bs; .
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Mr. Drew Roddlsh Engaged Couple' a party at their home on Hampton' ,unselfishly donate their time and expertise passing their '.f' '"I

Entertains at AuxiliaryPresident's Party Honorees Lake Friday night in recognition of;:, to Bradford County RMCIM. A special thank to Mr.'and Mr.
State-wide EMsweek after Mock/ extended to
a Congratulations were Reitster.IU for assisting/ at
Tea ,
Melanie Hale and Richard Roberts disaster drill at Stark Power Plant. Clay Sellers for passing his Freeman (

Mrs. Drew Reddish president of were honored at a family get- Guest of honor,. were volunteer Paramedic state boards and to (he party. )1,( ,

the Hospital Auxiliary, entertained at acquainted party Sunday afternoon
March 20, given by Mr and Mrs.. Attend Chief land MeetingCletus
a President's her home on Tea Debra Sunday Street afternoonat in Green William Baker at their home in Man- St. Edwards: Altar Society Ladies,

Acres. were darin.united Miss Hale in marriage and Mr.Saturday Roberts The Springmeeting of thi, .w rd'*' parishioners would assist In Watson who waists at Holy

afternoon, March 26, in the First Gainesville Deanery was held Thursday constructing it for the DCCW COnven- Faith Catholic Church In Gainesville
'Guests were greeted at the door and United Methodist Church in Starke. h 24. in Chiefland. Among those winning prizes award-
invited to the tea table In the dining < the business cession" Altar tion.Anne Samons was recognized as being ed at the meeting were Lena

room by Mrs. Reddish. The table was Attractive arrangements of wild Society President Josephine a Past President of the Deanery. Dougherty, Antoinette Cos*,,*Betty" '
covered with a white "Flowers of azaleas highlighted points of interestin Cumber;gave a summary of the accomplishments The' Mass/ following the business Dazinskl and Anne Samoa.'" "
China" polyester cloth and centered the party rooms. of organization session was concelebrated by the Other St. Edward's parishioners at-.
with a fan-shaped arrangement of during the past year: Pastor, Father Patrick Foley, a tending the meeting were Viola
deep rose azaleas and white baby's The 25 attending Included the Antoinette Coo was announced a* former St. Edward's along Lefebvre, Muriel Gilhooly;, Kay
breath. Presiding at the punch bowlat William Baker family of Mandarin. the winner of entries submitted for with Father John Dux,Father Flanna Richards, Helen Hermann! Antoinette -,
intervals were Mrs. Pete Felos, the Mallette Hale family of Keystone designing the Deanery Banner, Mrs. Walsh, Father Edward Booth and Stefanelli, Carol Ashline.
Mrs. Olin White, Miss Lillian Stump Heights and the George Roberts family Coss gave a brief description of the Father Thomas Gordon. Rosa Moreira Mary Brown and
and Mrs. W. J. Frick. of Starke. design! and.stated that other St. Ed- The luncheon guest speaker was Fr. Dolores Meng. ,'
The couple received a Coffee Maker .
Members and guests mingled in the from Mr. and Mrs. Charley Beyer and c '
living room and family room which Mr. and Mrs. William Baker as a r Parties Brodsky tCelebrate '. '
held arrangements of spring flowers memento of the occasion. '
Birthday '"""
and potted plants. Birthday LuncheonFor Jonathan Mallory

Assisting 1n serving were Reddish Mrs. Linda and- Mrs. Guy Sale Celebrate 7th Birthday Ms. Susan Brodsky and daughters
Johns, Mrs. Tommy .
Melissa and twins Karen and Kimmy
Elks Club New
Mrs. Joe Gissy.Attending between. the hours of :2 4r Mrs. Guy Sale was honored at a birthday Jonathan Ray Mallory celebratedhis along with their grandmother, Ms.
members, charter North District Charlie N"". luncheon Tuesday, March 22,at seventh birthday Sunday after Louise Brodsky of Miami s the
and 4 p.m. were Deputy Western Steer Steak of his Starke with i iativea.
House given by noon at a party at the home weekend In
members and past members. Quick of the Madison Elk Lodge and .
Mrs. A.L. Sanderson, Jr. grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. Garland While here they celebrated Kim my
nine Elks from the
Lodge
Perry were
yll The 19 guest were seated at a Mallory. and Karen's eighth' birthday at
at covered dish at the
guests a supper U-shaped table which covered his Mickey Saturday March 19
was Attending were parents, McDonald on
Starke Elks Monday
March Lodge on night, with white cloths.The head table was and Helen Mallory and sons Chad and with their cousins, Jennie Rhea, Lila
:21.District
Mrs. Lee Casey centered with a silk spring floral arrangement ,Jared d aunt. Mrand Mrs. and Brian McClellan,Joe, Danny and
Deputy Charlie Quick installed in pastel shade which the Fred Malls children, Michelle David Dixon, Robert BUderback: ; and
Shower HonoreeMrs. the new 1983-84 Elkette officers hostess presented to the honoree as a and Buffy of Macclenny,Mrs.Thelma Mike Kirkland, all of Hampton. Also
: Doris Ottinger president; memento of the occasion. Also on the" Gail Smith of Sanderson and friends present were maternal grandparents
Lee Casey was complimentedat Mattie Lee Kingsbury, vice president table was a sheet birthday cake Ray Neesmith, Ricky Kite, Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brodsky of
a stork shower Tuesday, March 22, ; Evelyn Strunk, secretary; Curtis Randall Brooks,Jr L decorated In the same motif as the McNeil and David Nitsch of Starke. Waldo uncle and aunt. Duane and
given by Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Margaret Brown, treasurer; and centerpiece.Red camellia were usedon Hot dogs punch potato chips and ,Diane McClellan and maternal aunt

and David Mrs.Smith Michael, Mrs. Charles Reddish Thomas at the Robbie Nichols, historian. Curtis Brook, Jr. the side tables. Carvell ice cream/cake were served.. Barbara:. Brodsky of Hampton:

home of the latter.A Outgoing president of Elkettes 1802, Wins Contact
Emilee Wahl presented the Elkette of ..
yellow and white color theme was the Year plaque to Doris Ottinger Curtis Randall Brooks Jr. :W year Adam Richard Wainwright Michael Ian Salza...
carried out in the party rooms. and a past Exalted Ruler plaque to old son of Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Brooks ,A. '
Corsages were given to Mrs. Casey John Warren. Doris Ottinger pinnedthe of Hampton, was the overall winner of David and Patricia Wainwright of Anthony J. and Shelley sa mum of
and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Tom Past President's pin presented the :2Mi year old boys photogenic contest Starke announce the birth of a son, Gainesville announce the birth of a
Casey. Wahl. The Elkettes of 1802 and first runner up in the Small Adam Richard, born March 19, in son, Michael Ian, born March 14. He
Charlie Quick with a $100 check for World Kiddie Pageant in Lake City.on Alachua General Hospital. He joins a joins a brother Glenn J .HarrisSalzman.
Games wer played and the Harry-Anna Crippled Children's March 12.Randy: brother. Drew, age 4. ,.>. >
refreshments enjoyed by the 15 Hospital Trust Fund. now moves on to compete In BIRTHSm Paternal grandfather is J.R Wain- Maternal grandparent are Sylvia
guests. the state finals in Orlando on May :24, wright. Maternal grandparent are Schlosiberg and late' Herman
The hostesses presented the The visiting Elks and the Starke :25, and 26.Randy I'' Mr. and Mra. J.M. Edwards Jr. Schlossberg of Gainesville. Paternal
honoree with a case of disposable Elks donated $270 to the Gary Flan- is the grandson of Mr.'and ;.. ... ".. Maternal great grandparents are Mr. grandparents are Irvin and Nettie.
diapers as a memento of the occasion. nery Liver Fund. Mrs. Sr and Mra. Salzman of Gainesville. V.<'\ '
Duane Mitzel and Mr. and Mrs. ;.' .. ..:: ....: ,and Mrs.J.M. Edwards, : :
Ollie Williamson of Hampton. i"' '/I ": ". E.C. Long. .. '1'1\; :'
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Mr*. Millie Sofford of New Orleans .
Eugene Rader will return- to hi* '
and Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire of '
Mr.
home in Peoria Ill. Saturday after 10 and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sofford of ,Announcing
Clyde Sinclair attended the weddingof Toledo, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Mike days visit with his broter-in-law and Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of The Pastoral Counseling Service of Starke .
and
Tom Slade, III to Linda Carter In Goldwire of Fort Lauderdale Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Miss Jean)! .
twin sister Mr,and Mrs. L.C. EarlyjAttending
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Orange Park Saturday afternoon.Mrs. families spent a long weekend with ;1. Mundy. Pastoral Counseling an extension of the general caring ministry of the;
their mother Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. the Florida 81st NatlonaYGuard church, providing an opportunity for the establishment of an in-depth
Ron Kelly and children of Officers conference in counseling relationship. The pastoral counselor, Mrs. Hazel Hetzel has
Tampa are visiting her mother Mrs. Mrs. Htlta Anderson underwent Panama City Beach Thursday to Sunday ,Easter received advanced academic and clinical training in order to provide professional ,
Jack Trawick from Tuesday to Sun surgery Monday in North Florida were: Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves. help through an integration of religious resources with the in"

day. Regional HospitaL Mr. and Mrs. Jim Locke, Mr.'andearonrr"in"r sights of the behavioral sciences. Services are available regardless 0,. .
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I 4mtr+*arre...9 e T kin .....flidr wJ.AQoMra.tf of Virginia1 B&an"\ffol; .odl re 1t w,1; WiW 7andT nrt', rtl.JiMGool "t' ..j -'" Jl .. 'n_. .../->f n .ln ..HmTi.i.t.IH. +eahy4s 4j>nrhillni>hTueiday .

'jhd daughters.of Ormond B ach,1vn-r ft Wednesday Monday guest i of:Air. I!! byMr.,W.; and Mrs.Mr:Butch'. BrtroBB Red.j 1 i iCallaway I .' .rJ I f/" I 1. !J;: !:I'r.' ;_'! "!!.rEv"cry'' < .p.m...'< .h1..M ,OVO1O"life. : !
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and Mrs. Bill Harrington of Orange and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle.Dr. p.m I.. '" '' &,'
Park, Douglas Seymour of Miami and ding, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gonzalez For Information Call -964-7937 b,

Halite Seymour of Gaineville were and Mrs. Glen Davis and familyof and Mrs. Wayne Jordan. '.' aDJ"Mr. : ,

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were last Wednesdayand 'H.J.. Kutsch'of Sun ,"'I'' >
J.D. Seymour and Palmer Williams.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. '
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Thursday guests "
ty Center, Fl. will be Easter weekend .l
H.L. Hutson. of Mr. and Mrs C. Bernard 7'' ,
and Mrs. Robert Green were in guests I.
Sanford over the weekend visiting Rose McConnell, Nancy Bradley Ruckeschel. .r.

Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and fami- and Lucia LeSue attended the 25th an- Mrs. A.L. Sanderson, Jr., Mrs. P.D GIF-OF I '...> ,,,,,'j""
ly. of Home Interior and '
niversary
Reddish)ndTWra-Dot Underhill speq i fII.... .
Seminar in Dallas, Texas, last Tues-
and .9t Cede<<\ eKe)'!._ '
Dr. Mrs. Wayne Whiffen and day to Saturday. M.onYI '. ;i'
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Mrs. W. H. Thomson were in Mon- _p. J0t il.4 I :J h,
ticello over the weekend and attended e.a cT.
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I play, "The Three Angels." The Whif- ( ,..J.J.UOio )
fens brought back with them, their .
granddaughter! Josslyn Kindle for a FOR T "Jt /"'

weeks visit. CART AWAY i ,t

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and IG I
daughter, Joan and Mrs. Emoline t
Moyer and son, Bruce, attended the
Arts and Crafts festival in St.
Augustine on Sunday.
Chuck Roast

Rev. Warren Langer Bill McRae, : Make a qualifying abaft'to a' ;; '
Mrs. Raymond Durban, Mrs. Warren i
Stevenson, Mrs. Don Hardenbrookand or Steak : new or existing savings account

21 members of the confirmationclass or new checking account: and, .. M:
attended a retreat at "
Epworth- ,
by-the-Sea at St. Simon's Island Friday T-Bone r = choose your gift of a W YrllEi. a yupr. i+w surd' al5 Y.:7 n. t 4FAW
afternoon to Saturday night. -r V fs.avark *.y ria foul
X' Fortune Federal has a variety; of accounts that put your ,
+ "' money to wotX.earning Interest far you.We also have a < !
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Steak *t ,. variety of gift f premiums that make depositing your "
have returned after several weeks . money wttti us even more Interesting.By making a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. qualifying deposityou may take home one of these =' ,
Worth Jackson in Winder, Ga. usefljl premtois free or at:a low discount: price as "tn ?-r
FRESH shown In the dart Drop 6y one of our convenient
Mr: and Mrs. Cecil Cooper of GROUND. .'". offices score\bu will find fnarilaiserYim and II %
Durham, N.C. were Sunday to Thursday handsome gift to suit your needs. ,

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. K'' t ,
Cooper. The Coopers also had as Fri Hamburger It W.p.Ml r,, o.wWr tC PP' re 'T .Nt, yti

day night supper guests, Mr. and Mrs. '$' ----, -_. r:.::::::.:_..:"_ ----:
Marvin Stewart of LaCrosse.Mr. rp..111--", 1M' M' ,/ NLW.@t r 9R.R.JNvR .>'w'GJDYA t'A
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family of Bushnell and Mr and Mrs. ,. !!!!
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Kenneth Williams of Clermont were cLl a axr MY

weekend guest of Mrs. Gladys ? .,
Weldon. They all had Saturday night "
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;

Steve Weldon in Macclenny.Ben Sunnyland Smoked' 1It

Hot or Milk White ..I
Rowland returned home Satur- I" I ,
day after being confined 'n North Bacon 17 "
Florida Regional Hospital fora week Sausage I 1 .
following a light stroke. our good only*tutu*amm W Gtfmmia UM BUM 5t *,..old
.Nqnton,*Hngta.UmftNl Orm onfe( IHw Mnttg.raw wh*mMW '
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and Mrs. W.C. Hurt, Jr. of -- b, .
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Atlanta were t 'r:
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. 'Ib. or whole' lb. 1
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and Mrs. Doug Reddish of .. rSSS;j, '0 Oow\. . Tallahassee will spend the weekend .
with their Mr. and Mrs. J.C. f.J"l ", '1 : ,,I-.'d I ,1.,f. '
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Shane Grlffls,.Audry Massey; Rath Anne Harris, Melissa ,Rochelle, prevatt and Bradley Bale.! From Lawtey Elementary are :",Cir.. Telia (Canley. and Mists Padgett.. On the front L "z back{owt Jason Filcher Kim Ross Kim Johnson, Kim Coyle, Dee Dee Cox and Karen liardee.
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"'f'f.. ?J fey EUiabeth Terry day to spend Easter- week'with her Mrs. Lonnie"' Teston. and> /her\ ( Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Higgin-
Yi: \ ,> phe.e 782-330 parents Mr. and Mrs..Earl Troxell. daughter Mrs. Settle; Mosley:,of J J1 ; botham Mrs. Linda Waters and familv -
i foilJHCH! ACTIVITIES Miss Arthurine Blanchard makes a' Highland visited'' her mot r.,Mrs (, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hlgginbotham -
,/.'r;The revival at First Baptist Church ''weekly visit to see her aister Miss En- Wordie Melton who is in hospital. f f.at .' ; and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lift High the Cross
of za Blanchard at Baker: County Nursing Orlando .' James Waters
Lawtey was over on Friday night ;on Sunday. r ; 1011.{ ,Mr.and Mrs.J.C. Higginbotham -
with two souls reported as saved. Home at Macclenny. She still has Mrs. John Tye, Sr. visited her son- ,'Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig-
There were! many rcdedlcatiorui. to wear a cast but she is resting easy. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ginbotham Mrs. Glenn Shuford and in Sunday School
Craw' United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ball of Nottingham Tommy Talley and family! of Jacksonville :; Nancy Mr. and Mrs. Danny Waters
will bold an Easter egg hunt on Satur Penn. 'visited Pastor and Saturday and Sunday. '! and family Mrs. Lily Mae Howard
day;April 2 at 2 p.m. Please send two .Mrs. David Brown and came' .to. the Mr. and Mrs. ''Clyde Wainwright : and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- This Sunday 9:45 am.
hard boiled eggs with your child. All revival' while they' were here: Van Kimberly and Tammy Morris of < botham all of Lawtey.They served a
children are welcome. Mr.: and Mrs. R.G. dmunila- of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs.Alien Brown, big barbecue of chicken and ribs.
Don't forget there will be an Easter Clarkston. Wash. are spending two Lisa and Denice Durban and Cathy Each family carried a.covered dish Easter
egg hunt on Sunday April 3, for weeks with their son-in-law and Waters of Jacksonville were weekend and they had a large anniversarycake. Morning ,fEaster
children who come to Sunday school daughter Mr;and Mrs: Frank Camp, guests of their mother, Mrs. Wilma Hunt for
and church. The egg hunt Is sport- and son Bryan;, Wainwright.Mrs. Mr.'and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of Egg
noted, by the BUS Ministry of First Pastor A.*;!. Massey Is recovering Doreen Bloom left Sunday. Tallahassee spent Friday night and Preschool and Children i1hr
Baptist Church. from a bad case of the flu. Rev.Frank March 20, to Join her husband, Capt. Saturday with their mother Mrs. l
PERSONALSIFriends Ellerker is preaching for him. Mr. Bloom, at the home of his parents Truby Wainwright. Bible Teaching & Preaching
of Frank Herndon are hap.' Massey is going to North Florida Col. and Mrs. John P. Bloom of Fort .
py to learn that he was able to come Regional Hospital, Monday for.a, Worth Texas. They went to Anchorage "1 Lawtey Church of God' Bring The Family
,home Wednesday from Alachua physical Alaska-to see their sister, '' Revival Begins Apr.' 3
General Hospital In Gainesville. "Miss Jeannie Massey, daughter of Mrs. Jackie Lines and daughter Jac- -4
.:" Sgt.. and Mike Crapse and son, Mr. and Mrs.;Spurgeon Massey left quelln. t,1 D.H. Kirkland, pastor of Lawtey .
Michael III of Hlnesvule, Ga,are at last Thursday' t, March 17, to go J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville visited ".J( Church of Cod cordially invites the First Baptist
home now. He has finished a four- 'to Germany and live with her brother- ,his mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt,'on public to a revival beginning Sunday <
,year training in the Army.They were inlawand: sisters Mr. .and .Mrs. Saturday afternoon.Mr. April 3, with morning services.
at the revival on Friday night James Groves.' and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham '. During the evening service a Church of Starke -
Kermit Roller -of Cocoa Beach Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee Springs 'of Maxville celebrated their 58th wed- special film, The Rapture, will be /
bought the Arwood property and. ,.returned home Saturday night ding anniversary on Sunday March shown: Corner of Clark & Jefferson Starke \
three trailers. from. Mr. and Mrs.' ,after spending ,a week with his 20,. at the home' of their son and The church is located on Highway
Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor-' daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Elmer 301-N.. Evangelist speaker will be Bro.M.E. Ben P. Bryant, Pastor .
Roller are happy to have their brother Higginbotham of Lawtey. Those pre- Fussell former' .pastor in
live near them. man..Mrs1.: Gehelle Underwood, and sent were Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- Starke; I
Mr. and Mrs. Connie Dale Walker daughter and son of Green Cove Spr. ginbotham Mr. and Mrs. E. D. HIg- ,
and daughter Leah of Pearson Ga. ings spent the weekend with her ginbotham and family, and Mr. and .
stopped by to see their parents Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt. Mrs. Bart Shelper of Maxville, Mr. .
and Mrs.. George Roller on their way Vernon Teston and daughter Donnaof and Mrs..Michael Waters and family
to Ocala to see a horse show. Little Rock; Ark.visited Mrs. Earl of Middleburg, Mr. 'and .Mrs. Lyle
Mrs Craig Carroll and Hilary and Teston and family on Tuesday after Schemehl and family of Jacksonville
of Boca arrived Mon.IPtni Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur. Waters of
,Tommy Raton noon...,. Starke J.Sc of ,
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Sunday April 3. ,
Evangelists will -be Rev. Henry
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Everyone is encouraged 14 come and lf II I 5000 1
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Easter Sunday,'April 3*will be an- WHEN YOU BUY BOTH .
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1 j," '; A, Warning N Heeded,' \ f tVNA 'q r'y

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"Future urban development of low rivers with their'ater, and never givea

areas around the lakes, should be thought to the permanent damage nisi tgfr, a ,
restricted to prevent additional they are doing until it is too late. ,

losses." "It is appalling to learn that" after f \

"Local action to''prevent' unwise more than'W years of experimenting 1 1d I
development of flood prone areas can with canal and dike building,'and other
destruction of our invaluable and Irreplaceable ,
help reduce future flood damages. d w k
wetlands, that no one has ,
These warnings were issued In 1968 learned to leave Florida and its natural ,(:
when high water ,in Bradford County and alone,'
low areas
caused the County Commissioners to swampy
l call in the U.S. Corps of Engineers to During the past decade rainfall In

make recommendations for coping this area has been below normal, dry- ink 4 ''iOM

with flood conditions along Alligator ing out ponds, swamps, and streams tewrod, mill lent Shannon Abrams. Jonathan Rowe, Deen+i iby
Creek and the SampsonRowellCrosbyLake and causing the ground water table to BMH Rabbit'gifted Foot'HIIde.Ia.was one of two pays' presented recent: Cox: tile White Rabbit IalmlMlr. Ricbie Taylor, ...,Todd. .

areas following: a series of drop. The dry appearance of the land ly','h'" main ch* .ctm. of the colorful production are pic. GIUeia..ater.. on the telepll_.
"record-breaking" rainstorms.But during this period induced many
homebuilders who to the \
were new '
was anybody listening? area, to utilize building sites that pro-- '
Well, at least one recommendationby bably would have been rejected in. 1' BMS Gifted Students, Show Talent J. \

the Corps to deepen and widen times of more"normal" rainfall. l

Alligator Creek was followed with The rainfall received here
heavy The SUrke Woman' Club was the
consequent beneficial results which during the first three months of 1983 citing for the BMS gifted students'Presentation
alleviated the high water situation may indicate that we are again enter of "Rabbit's Foot" and
following the near 20 inches of rain ing a cycle of above normal rainfall, Alice in Wonderland" on Saturday
received here since January 1. But the such as was experienced in the 1950s evening March 19, N dw

warning about building in lowlyingareas and '60s. The rainy'season of July "Rabbit's Foot" I in the .tor

was pretty well ignored. August, and September is yet to come ,Todd teenager Gillenwatera Buck Taylor, who, loses '

Some words of wisdom were contained and the 1983 total could possibly reach lucky rabbit's foot and seeing
in a recent letter written by a resident the 6 -.inch total recorded in 1979. nothing but trouble and hard

of Pomona Park to a Jacksonville Bradford County needs a ten-year not only from ha mother,,pla)<

newspaper, which said: "For those flood plain map that could be consultedby Shannon teacher Abrams Ms. Brenner'but also

who have built expensive houses in prospective homebuilders seeking a Shawna Blum. Suddenly,a
normally swampy areas it is too bad building site free from flooding and, ... who Is "visible" only to
that they did not learn the lessons we suitable for septic tank purposes: The and the audience The rabbit is t

did many years ago. That is, we went county does have a 100-year flood plain ling for the missing foot also: he ;
he can't afford to be without .;
shopping for real estate during or immediately -
map,but this indicates only areas that Easter his busiest'season.
after a wet spell. would be endangered by a flood of the Taylor plays the rabbit. He

"For those developers who makefast a magnitude likely to occur only once in own mask, a giant rabbit face
buck by ignoring things uniquely a century. State law forbids the use of head from papier mache.Oeena .
Floridian' and who take advantage of septic tanks in the ten-year flood plane, Cox plays Buck's sister : ,
the she
abnormally dry'spells to develop nor- but in counties where a ten-year map is sy.that Throughout Buck will'stay In play one Jam

mally wet areas, let them be liable for not available, the law cannot, be enforced. 'another, but their father, Mr.
normal conditions by Jonathan Howe is

"It is not normal for Florida to have At the present'time the purchaser rater forgetting than disappointed mail a letter.with The

to has little protection in buying a rabbit has brought more luck to
prolonged dry spells, or go any extended Holly'P
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length of time without hur- suitable homesite. other than the age- than the mere foot!
old warning of "caveat emptor" "let Other characters were'
ricanes. Buyers and developers need to
Vellenga', who played
the buyer beware. A ten-year' flood
have this point brought home to them girlfriend Lynn Westcott;
tune and time plane map would give the property
f strongly, again. Robert Boone who played Jim
,buyer the information that he needs in '/a friend of Bucks
making one of the most important deci- : .... before the Dutches (Yvonne
"Instead, they go right on tearing up ( ) at right stands to awe Sneering ,
} Florida's marshy and swampy areas sions of his life the location of his Holly Shields, the sixth, griming. .Cheshire. Cat. .(Sean Smith) during her amazing trip through
,. of Mrs.Warren Steven -n '
that supply" our beautiful springs and home or business.Conflict Star and Bill Shields of

Tenn.,stole the hearts of the Hatter Jonathan In the quiet Alice hears singing\ and'
in her role of Alice in Lewis March Hare (Robert sobbing coming from the Mock Turtle,
I of Policies "Alice in Wonderland. ".. Mock Turtleteaches .
.. ? ,her, .tIIey'arelioth (Shaw Schmidt), 'The :
Alice followed Len J
Tommy Sure enough they Alice the "Lobster t
the white rabbit,down the rabbit j Quadrille set to music! written by ;;,
> It is hard to see how William Ruckelshaus and Mr. Watt. ', where she was told by the ca Holly Shields and played on the piano-: i'l
f' Bo Bishop, that she was ate the stage:the cro by Todd Glilenwal.el:1l.: ,,,,t1"I'l'9.Ii1..: : ,
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Butch er cxfttarWat .. kitchen. : Hearts" ,
.jftfae-HOiche ends
in8 io .. The absurdity or ta it, with tine ti I Ir
F" 'remain on President Reagan's team i > '*
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> < ,several qtter:' administration(policy';" ,, around,Alice Wall surprised to | ( trial. Alice awakens and tries to I I <
with of environmental ; lyelbngjTVxUfli wttfcirOs 0
dealing matters Duchess she was wearing a ) recount what had happened after the :
,
makers repudiate that and "Consider the Vet \,
strategy '
protection., ly green dress and had curtain is drawn by Kenneth Owen, '
dismissing the argument that some and other jewels on her her daughter (Shawna the technical person."I' .', t,
policy changes are necessary. In fact, wrists and around her neck. creatures around. The students and their teacher,Peg ..
I' It seems unlikely that a man with the in his Sunday TV appearance Mr Bobo was4 the Duchess. At the to play croquet but Stanwta-Hay. deeply the I
integrity and reputation of Mr. Watt launched a counter-attack the Duchess' table sat the off and leave her use of the$/yaks appreciate s Club; :I
thegosition'ofEPA cat -, Sean Smith. Sean warned
Ruckelsnaus would have accepted
against his critics, blaming most of the

administrator unless controversy surrounding him on '.' ,
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the authority by Mr. "distortions' by the'news media and '
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Reagan to make his own appointmentsin attacks "left Democrats jtf .
by wing" ;" ''
the agency, and carry out his own effective the House., ,'y' *, County Agent's Notebook '' byBobb L Tnyler J
/ policies for environmental pro- a jp Bradford etaty Agent ,
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tection.' Whatever policy changes.afeJtnade? : .: t
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they will be carried Qut by 'anew This, week"baa been especially active 'grasses need an application of'a complete ( nitrogen ; I:
organic ), then the rate may be
On the other hand, Mr. Watt, appear- management team at "EPA. lo-'b Appointed with preparations for our Bradford County fertiliser. A regular fertilization program, two or more pounds of actual nitrogen- >
ing as a guest on last Sunday's Face by Mr. Ruckelshaus. Five fop(: Fair that opens next,Wednesday April 6. ,la essential for growing a healthy dense, tl.ooo square feet.urhajBuafVfe'iofdadtua. pe
barns and ingeneral
livestock fairgrounds
The
the Nation, made it clear that he ranking Reagan appointees at.,.they and face lift and beautiful lawn. Fertilization nitrogen in every fertilizer can be determined
clean-up
change his abrasive andconfrontational EPA. including acting administratorVVJohn are getting especially Important in Florida because of by dividing the present,nitvogcr
j'to give a pleasing. appearance. the infertile sandy soils. Fertilization can listed
style in dealing with Hernandez, have submitted thei TC \ on the label Into lee For esaWpto'li
.. more often improve poorquaIltf.lawns or
the environment, including his at- resignations under fire to make room .V\Pur live toc k'barns should be cooler on maintain good-euality, lawns', than ,any monlum applying suIf.te soluble,divide nitrogen)" (the i f from Neon i Urn ten
tempts to ease clean-water and air for the new team. IfcoV> and sat& nights this year With the other management' practice Of C1JUrSe. of ammonium sulfate) into,MO to-find-eti
pollution standards and turn over con- cooperation" and assistance of our Vo-Tech mowing,watering,thatch control and pest the number of pounds of fertilizer that will 1}
trol of toxic wastes find' other Mr. Watt said, *'I have liabilities anda Center ii fans' are being installed in the control must b-J combined with proper fertilization supply one pound N. Since IWdividedWM

pollutants to the states The latter pro- I. have many assets. When those Tanne m/il/ .show*and[arena.his electricity David Smith staff are and doingan Gene! :, to produce top-quality lawn! ,equals 5, apply $lpouncl'uamOl1um

posal, of course,would result in ineffective liabilities start to i assets, ** exceilejifjob) for'us.Strawtemes Most fertilizers are applied at:a rate; sulfate per 1,000 square foe;,cf lawiv.,JI*,-.
controls, differing from state to usefulness will oUliGhemy ire sirid' -determined by,the type and amount of plying nitrogen in a 16+8 fertilizer,cndtto
state. I should leave." recent continue to look good' ..nitrogen'present in the material Nitrogen\', nitrogen in,the product/,.alt stowV00490'organic !
I despite wet and cool conditions. Looks like I'is the nutrient most used by the grass and : .pounds
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opinion. polls, the 'Am riadiv. 'we will ha L..a good supply of''good 'often is the material that burns the lawn if of actual nitro en"fhgcalcuf,; II the
So far, Mr. Reagan has not tipped his believe that the liabilities'; ., mil \ !trawbj fI.rrt[ week '" applied at excessive rates. ,same i--y--r as In -iTTrn ,\.v.j5)jvld) 100by
hand about what policy changes, if Mr. Watt's assets andtW t .''f 1I. f 4tur e days of drying conditions An almost universal 'recommendation The 18 (II the percent ti.,thef rWltaw).,
any, he intends to make in the en- time. If he tries to start" '. Ii lot of field activity Land :for turf grasses is to apply one pound of ac- !&+8 answer would is about 6, s*13 pounds of the,
vironmental areas, but sooner or later policy under Mr. Ruckel$. .. tI( n be completed and plan-<, tual nitrogen per 1,000 square feet of lawn, supply 2 pounds of nitrogen..
he will have to make a choice, for the did for former' administr, t i vegetables andflold, if the nitrogen Is a chemical water soluble ,lawn We have a good fact sheet thafeeven!
same policies, in many cases, would Burford, the time of Mir;;Wa dt- ;11IJCI' "' ?. source..If most(greater than: Sox) of the. fertilization In detail.Can or come by'your
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not be. acceptable both, to Mr. ture may be sooner than he thin&sxi&as Marc: ..Jj jrtnonth! that all of,our lawn nitrogen in the_fertilizer:,la water insoluble County Agent's. office., ,for" your eolo.I f
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a tour of foresUand sites Which have, ve .. >n _ -
I I been.treated applications! of Velpar. "'
sss'V ( The tour will (fe conducted on April n., BLPOAMembersto'Hear" : .: :
starting at 10 a.m. We will meet at the St ,'MaJ. Gen. Robert F.EnsUn'
Hagta tfersery; In Lee Fla. (Lee is between The'AdJutsnt'Cenerai t t'M>BTortdfu
Madison and'Live Oak on Highway 80)i Gen. ,Robert K. Enalln. will be

tine heicidermmarkeet n,'development ID;1. 'speaker at the Klngstey Lake Civic C 01'
: .Vfiipur can be ap. tin Saturday Apr: f," atto36'o'a; <<<1
: plied in both a peUeUzmi or. liquid form ,,KLPOA directors will meet brIe :at
and its principal application is for pint a.m.,. and the membership Is,t4 I p'
Fa The flood coadllleasbrought //vrete. *ejn hardwood .......'V. tar is also hoar Gen Knalin dtecuis the Sf
t a* by-excessive quite 41 1ae w.as a site preparation tool to Camp Blending to obtain the V.AL,
rate during. the part three .' ,.control ,vegistatiMi. and hard-, School, which, 'n>jy> be >moved
months bsvea't bee wood Panama next

popular. with but at farmers least they aadgolfers )t'''I'Id W a very Interesting tour for, JtiteSbeingcoisidered year Dlalidln.1a." af>watrpau one of Rte')

'have node the ffcherwrahappy ; 4 ,, .1rtIIo have" questions eon en\*/ Unsigned Letters 1tR tf I"I1
the a rf_ _blcde,.
With water pouring usage particular
I." Into Sampson* RUB from the B"J ,r -oc uWll 't* *. wtf( be hammock -' ,Cannot,,<, NO Printed'" ., ,.,"...'. : II
nearby lake at the heaviest f S. 're U' t ,' type t have boo.treated bye' Tct'the' : 01'.. ...Milk, 01111111ar
How IB recent years, these .... pier.apdJe..V pM9rUttU. wr ,51ane.t "A erned -,"ASHa4 '; ',
fishermen say the nail Me .VBil 1..11 )a pUirtffiff >' i 711 aeftph,astem.
whew the water la ;t.:
betters a5MFrffilE! eqmMMid" Xam6aaaaruwi
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pr',' ". P/ The' fashion l show sponsored! by the women's organization' the'country f
UIi\ll\ : l.:" '' : 4.: : ;. i1&-- club, to open to the :public.l Over 50 outfits from participating1 stores will be :
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.,.. ,, : : .1 ," I effort to entertain the wives and dates of the men playing In the'annual.J t'
Strawberry Golf Tournament. ; fife: :3
,' .'ti}"I ,::41 ' : A$4.50 ticket will admit the bearer to a lunch of Polynesian chicken.salad,'.: "
: !\ I I strawberries, fruit and cinnamon twists i-.riq
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and rl.. -t-: -._ Door prizes,will be awarded; guests must he'present &'win. t6tiw.;] I :
SissylLongi, (\; ,Jasori i9, { 7 r Stores showing their Spring sport'outfits and other fashions will be Mon;';

!. \ \ : and tgomery Debbie Ward Woodfin's Bret *"hand-painted Jerry*;Kenwln fashion, Corner. Fashions, Stump's. Leila's, ,:; f

Vt'March 19 Diane(Mrs. Randy) Hayes, left above models white satin ribbon t:
: \ at dinner dress from Kenwin's. aim':: r
Kathy (Mrs. David) Gaines models a navy blue dress from '
I Sissy loklg'of Gainesville daughterof Denmark at fe p.m., Kelll Carver models pink and gray street length' dress from Kenwin'g !.
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of Mr. and Mrs. aLong of Starke imately) 60 people atte Ward. .
and Jason Outlet HI, son of Mr. and The bride's table was Elaine Gray models a lavender Jordache polo shirt with contrasting pur-TT
I Mrs. Jason Duller Jr. of Gainesville, a blue linen cloth and r pie slacks from Korner Fashions. 1 fev! ... ".. i
were united in marriage Saturday. with a white three
'March 19, at 4 p.m. at the Klngsley cake decorated with fresh tt1 j
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"j Lake home of Mr and' Mrs. SteveI greenery. Drinks and bora tt, r, ..w An Invitation ,
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I Denmark. were served from a ry t
j i [Attorney Don'Reid of Gainesville ments on the porch and to YouWe
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I officiated In the presence of the immediate Mrs. Denmark cut the : J/
i I families and close friends. Assisting In serving and 1\" >...
Potted ficus, ferns and an assortment the guests were Mrs. Joe would like to Invite' you to Join -
'. of hanging plant decorated the Bill' Adams( and M with us celebrating the resurrection of r'
deck.: An"archwas decorated with Whitehead.The .
daisies, mums and ferns. first of May the Jesus Christ on Easter morning a'_.:;
1 The bride wore street length dress to tour Europe for three d ,
!'of natural color raw silk with mat-- are residing In Gainesville. ''f 's+ F itr, Sunday, April 3 'f
s''thing waist length jacket. She carried The bride Is .. '
a bouquet of silk spring flowers in soft Alachua County Property 4n--, << -
pastels.A. office. The' groom Is 4 BI SERVICES 8:43 am at HiOO: am ':. "
.',reception was also held at the Alachua Feed Ja Alachua. Sunday School Si4S am ;
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6:30 am Lane 7 Klngsley Lake

Annual Hall Reunion Mu Stat. of DKG ... .I

To b* Hld April 3 To Hold Convention We Look Forward to Seeing You
to be Modeled April 9...

'"Theiumual Hall reunion will be held ', The Mu State Katby Gaines, Kelll Carver, and. Elaine Gray show off out First United Methodist Church
Sunday April 3,at the Theressa Community Delta Kappa Gamma stores to be modeled the April Strawberry Fashion Show I
Center. tionar will be held April at the Starke Golf. Country Club. .
A basket lunch will be served at approximately Holiday Inn, Orlando. 200 N. Walnut- Nursery Available ,,
1 p.m. All family and Members who will be:
friends. are invited to attend. ''are: Lucille Payne,
Delia Rosenberg and .
Woman's son of Starke and Kath n ,
Club
Board
and Sharon Baer Lyons "
To.Mex* April 5 Butler. i .i .
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Alpha Nu will be iL
The executive board of the Starke Art & Craft. ExhibflT
Woman's Club will meet Tuesday, outstanding' pieces of
April 5, at 5:30 p.m. at Western Steer under the direction of
Steak House. Alpha Nil will also be
the Talent Show by a %
played by< Margie
Wooks U.D.C.To Sharon Lyons. '
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JUUe April 6
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Sandra Boon. ,
I 1 W.T: Weeks U.D.C will t ts
chapter ; Andrew 11 u '
J 'meet Wednesday, April, at 3 p.m. at Thomas'To
t the horn1 of Mrs. Lester Crews with Wed ,April 8
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Events and Services: Thomas, sal of Mr.' and. le .Jf
Thomas, all of Starke. ;

31.7:30 Maudy-Thursday p.m. The worship Service service March will April The 8 wedding, at 7:30 p.m.will in be ...; :<

include the sacrament of the Lord's list Church.All .CsC'r
Supper and a drama representing friends and relatives. :* r
characterizing each disciple while to attend -I IW3
recreating the scene of Leonardo de .L1k'i
Vinci's painting, "The Last Supper." Easter CantataTo '. ti
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) Good Friday Tenebrae Service, Air Apri15The $ .
,April 1. 7:30 p.m. Join us as we experience -
the re-enactment of the last Easter Cantata 5i
.moments of Christ's paaslOft'through will be televised on ct1
music and scripture. This Is being Channel Tuesday, April >' rxoilans 'q'tlw a Ay, f : ;i
(presented by Presbyterian youth. Due to an q tad! !is'9
BuJBastaramnlHP; and celebration, U'Ann. .,,itata scheduled to be on it tioghnvtt adT q t :; "t- I In
Sunday. L. 81 l -, Tuesday was not on the air 'tieis'tarc. d391rii 4 v 4, 1"taael
9 Jfflwter egg hunt for; children up to The adult choir of the q nevi a o njs tlafnirfilj sNM
,, aga.*atU SaturdayApril 2, 10 ann Methodist Church ; ',, isrq bslllrndus '
rtO 11a, : Bring-your baskakneinoa ;sent the cantata. ; I II oo't'oA/bn1Uj/ afcrts
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BIG DAY in the ., all preschoolers and : ; atT a tin vrndo e.toill ii911W
-BWiof'Ftret Baptist Church, as they. will be' great Easter t l7A9na nlna is siL1 ris+' r
hItbup'the') brass of Christ in their''lieeUltn.otoda. 'teaching and preaching. ai4- 9rQ "
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''Centering' on the'TEastet1'' theme, Sunday: 8:30: .-&. ; b'c' J7r+1wgx i
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('.first Baptist is reaching out to Starke ':4$ a.m.-Sunday iq pw !
lnrWrt'aWnr''W'pdHlcli' >ati In an hunt for preschoolers.- 1 ) ,o Ii
EasttfiwitrtW!) .,attiiT* tivities; 11 a.m.-Children! : f
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of last week after 10 days in St. FIRST ASSEMBLY 66
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i :a\ Crawford"'a ad Betty lifcf toata f4;,1100!
Mr. and Mrs Cliff cb.pm.i hosted teMT',resrrttd!and fire personnel who EMT state boards, /
Mrs. Drew Reddish < Engaged Couple>> time and expertise passing their .
a party 'at their home on Hampton ,unselfishly donate their '", ,.'
Entertains at Auxiliary'President' Party Honorees Lake Friday: nlaht in recognition, of,: to Bradford County Rescue. A special thanks to Mr.- and Mrs.
State-wide EMSweek:: after a Mock;/ Congratulations were extended to FwmanReglster.Ill assisting at
Tea Melanie Hale and Richard Roberts disaster drill at Starke Power Plant Clay' Sellers for passing his ,' ,
Guests of honor, were volunteer Paramedic state boards and to Curtis the party '''1. I"
honored at family get-
Mrs. Drew Reddish, president of were a y t,+ .
the Hospital Auxiliary, entertained at acquainted party Sunday'afternoon,
a President's Tea Sunday afternoonat March 20, given by Mr. and Man-Mrs. a St. Edwards Altar Society{ Ladies, Attend Chiefland Meeting t
her home on Debra Street in Green William Baker at their home In ,

Acres. darin. Miss Hale and Mr. Roberts The Spring meeting of the, ward's'' parishioners would assist In Cletus Watson who assists at, Holy
united in marriage Saturday
were Gainesville Deanery was held Thurs constructing it for the DCCW Conven- Faith Catholic Church In Gainesville.
In' the First
March 26
'Guests were greeted at the door and afternoon Church, in Starke. day, March 24. in diiefland. Among those winning prizes awarded
Invited to the tea table in the dining United Methodist During the buslues session Altar tion.Anne Samons was recognized as being at the meeting were Lena

room by Mrs. Reddish. The table was Attractive arrangements of wild Society President Josephine a Past President of the Deanery. Dougherty, Antoinette Coss' ,.; Betty. '
covered with a white "Flowers of azaleas highlighted points of interestIn Cumber;gave a summary of the accompUahmenta the' Mass following the business Dazinskl and Anne Saroons-,
China" polyester cloth and centered the party rooms. of the' organization session was concelebrated by the Other St. Edward parishioners attending -,
with a fan-shaped arrangement of during the past year: Pastor,. Father Patrick Foley, a the meeting were Viola
deep rose azaleas and white baby's The 25 attending Included the Antoinette Con was announced as former St. Edward's pastor, along Lefebvre, Muriel Gilhooly. ,Kay
breath. Presiding at the punch bowlat William Baker family of Mandarin the winner of entries submitted for with Father John Dux,Father Flanna Richards, Helen Hermann"' An-,
intervals were Mrs. Pete Felos, the Mallette Hale family of Keystone designing the Deanery Banner Mrs. Walsh Father Edward Booth and tolnette Stefanelli, Carol Ashllne.
Mrs. Olin White Miss Lillian Stump Heights and the George Roberts fami- Coss gave a brief description of the Father Thomas Gordon. Rosa Moreira, Mary '.Brown and
and Mrs. W. J. Frick, ly of Starke. 1 design and stated that other St. Ed- The luncheon guest speaker was Fr. Dolores Meng. .' .
The couple received a Coffee Maker .
Members and guests mingled In the from Mr. and Mrs.Charley Beyer and m '
living room and family room which Mr. and Mrs. William Baker as a Parties Brodsky Twins .

held arrangements of spring flowers memento of the occasion. .''.... '
and potted plants. Birthday LuncheonFor )Jonathan Mallory Celebrate Birthdays

Assisting in serving were Mrs. Lin- Mrs. Guy Sale Celebrates 7th Birthday Ms. Susan Brodsky and daughters,
da Johns, Mrs. Tommy Reddish and Melissa and twins, Karen and Kimmy\

Mrs. Joe Gissy.Attending between. the hours of 2 Elks Club News Mrs. Guy Sale was honored at a bir- Jonathan Ray Mallory celebrated along with their,grandmother, Ms.
members charter thday luncheon Tuesday,March 22, at his seventh birthday Sunday after- Louise Brodsky of Miami spent the
and 4pm. were North District Deputy Charlie Western Steer Steak House given by noon at a party at the home of his weekend in Starke with relatives.
members and past members. Quick of the Madison Elk Lodge and I, f l ln ly Mrs. AJU Sanderson, Jr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland While here they celebrated Kimmyand
nine Elks from the Perry Lodge were The 19 guests were seated at a Mallory. Karen's eighth birthday at
guests at a covered dish supper at the U-shaped table which was covered Attending were his parents, Mickey McDonalds on Saturday, March 19
Starke Elks Lodge on Monday night, with white cloths.The head table was 0 and Helen Mallory and sons Chad and with their cousins, Jennie Rhea, Lisa
Mrs. Lee Casey March 21.District. centered with a silk spring floral arrangement ,Jerod. uncle and aunt. Mr..and Mrs. and Brian McClellan Joe Danny and
Deputy Charlie Quick in- in pastel shades which the' Fred Mallory and children, Michelle David Dixon, Robert BUderbacfc: and
Shower HonoreeMrs. stalled the new 1983-84 Elkette of- hostess presented to the honoree as a and Bully of Macclenny. Mrs.Thelma Mike Kirkland, all of Hampton. Also
ficers Doris Ottinger, president; memento of the occasion. Also on the'' Gail Smith of Sanderson and friends present were maternal grandparents
Lee Casey was complimentedat Mattie Lee Kingsbury, vice presi- table was a sheet birthday'cake Ray Neesmlth, Ricky Kite, Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brodtky of;
a stork shower Tuesday, March 22, dent; Evelyn Strunk, secretary Curtis Randall ,Jr decorated the same motif aa the McNeil and David Nitsch of Starke. Waldo, uncle and aunt Duane and
given by Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Margaret Brown, treasurer; .andRobbie Brooks centerpiece.Red camellias were usedon Hot dogs, punch, potato chips and Diane McClellan and maternal aunt.

David Mrs.Smith Michael, Mrs. Charles Reddish Thomasand at the Nichols, historian. Curtis Brooks, Jr. the side tables.BIRTHS. Carvell ice Cream/cake were served ....Barbara. Brodsk of Hampton;

home of the latter. Outgoing president of Elkettes 1802, Wins Contest
Emilee Wahl presented the Elkette of .
A yellow and white color theme was the Year plaque to Doris Ottinger; Curtis Randall Brooks,Jr.. 2% year Adam Richard WainwrIght Michael Ian SaUmstn
carried out In the party rooms. and a past Exalted Ruler plaque to old son of Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Brooks '
Corsages were given to Mrs. Casey John Warren. Doris Ottinger pinnedthe of Hampton,was the overall winner of David and Patricia Wainwright of Anthony J. and Shelley Salzman of
and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Tom Past President's pin on Emiled the 2V4 year old boys photogenic con Starke announce the birth of a son, Gainesville announce the birth of a
Casey. Wahl. The Elkettes of 1802) presented test and first runner up in the Small Adam Richard ,born March 19, In son, Michael Ian, born March 14. He
Charlie Quick with a $100 check for World Kiddie Pageant In Lake City.on Alachua General Hospital. He Joins a joins a brother,. Glenn ,Harris
Games played and the Crippled Children's Salzman.. '
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Harry-Anna March 12.Randy brother, Drew, age 4. "i
refreshments enjoyed by the 15 Hospital Trust Fund. now moves on to compete In Paternal grandfather la J.E.Waln Maternal grandparents are)( Sylvia

guests. the state finals in Orlando on May 24, wright. Maternal grandparents are Schlossberg and late Herman
The hostesses presented the The visiting Elks and the Starke 25, and 26.Randy ,. Y Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Jr. Schlossberg of Gainesville. Paternal
honoree with a case of disposable Elks donated $270 to the Gary Flan- is the grandson of Mr. and i'111. /\'." ... Maternal great grandparents are Mr. grandparents are Irvin and Nettle.
diapers as a memento of the occasion. nery Liver Fund. Mrs Duane Mitzel and Mr. and. Mrs. .'.' '. \ ', ,and Mrs. J.M,.Edwards, Sr, and Mrs. Salzman. of Gainesville. h.',1'I -\ '

Ollie Williamson of Hampton. .,-"",. 'J", ",0 ,,,.':;i" _: ,". E.C. Long. si'ht4A. ,i' '

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Millie\ Sofford of New Orleans .
Rader will returnto his Mrs. 0. '
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire of home Eugene in Peoria, Ill. Saturday after 10 and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sofford of Announcing
Clyde Sinclair attended the weddingof Toledo Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Mike visit with his broter-in-law and Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of The Pastoral Counseling Service of Starke
Tom Slade, III to Linda Carter in Goldwire of Fort Lauderdale and days Mrs. WJB. Mundy and Miss Jean) ,'.
L.C.
twin sister Mr. and Mrs. Early:
Orange Park Saturday afternoon. families spent a long weekend with .. ;I/:,1 Mundy. Pastoral Counseling is an extension of the general caring ministry of they I
their mother, Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.Mrs. Attending the Florida 81st NationalGuard church, providing an opportunity for the establishment of an bxiepth
Mrs. Ron Kelly and children of Officers conference in counseling relationship. The pastoral counselor, Mrs. Hazel Hetzel, has
Tampa are visiting her mother, Mrs. Rita Anderson underwent Panama City Beach Thursday Sun .Easter received advanced academic and clinical training in order to provide professional
Jack Trawick from Tuesday to Sun- surgery Monday in North Florida day were Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves; help through an integration of religious resources with the insights \
day. Regional Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Locke, Mr.'and of the behavioral sciences. Services are available regardless of .

; 'E : -- Ras 'mp !.Q( T Ec'twa r 7Dd a Mflh'PP1l'don,.Mr.-and"'M rs.j1'It' faith or denominational aff Cation. '
., Mrr"'atne;' tI.4M; ;! rr! tin Virginia rs. BanJCyv5lire rcr S JMt.III'S".J'/! .jj ..: _. "'..rrs. .... .,...omc.1cNIatIaIu.:lfhrafhre eruukChurch.Tuejday .

.and d ught rs.of Ormond Baach.i r:.'". "I:1ldrlHt':Wednesday 01 Monday guests of Air. fl., f Gd Jllby!, lM .. And an Mrs; Mr[ Butch>Y l.A.'B: >'Redding 001Caha !=I .' \,}. I (. !Cr.? 10 a'", |',. ;t..M avo,,, .,rd q
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and Mrs. Bill Harrington of Orange and Mrs. AI K. Carlisle.Dr. "lrvary N esday2pm6p.m 'I w it
Park, Douglas Seymour of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gonzalez and For Information Call 964-7937 i'.<.
Hallie Seymour of Gaineville were and Mrs. Glen Davis and familyof Mr. and Mrs. Wa.yneJordan. ,;' J: -- -
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. last .":"1
Jacksonville were Wednesdayand .
J.D. Seymour and Palmer Williams.Mr. Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. H.J. Kutsch'of Sun CI- ,
ty Center, Fl. will be Easter weekend ,

and Mrs. Robert Green were in H.L. Hutson. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bernard' '.,

Sanford over the weekend visiting Rose McConnell Nancy Bradleyand Ruckeschel.
Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and fami- Lucia LeSue attended the 25th an- r x1F TS ..... 'J""
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Sanderson
Mrs. A..L ,
ly. niversary of Home Interior and Underhill ,,' ,
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Seminar in Dallas, Texas. last Tues- C P.D1 f OF'4rfu :
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Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen and
Mrs. W. H. Thomson were In Mon- day to Saturday. Mony: If!".) f."."' :) I.rd. '. d.
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ticello over the weekend and attendedthe ./ ;}..
Tour of Homes and attended the ;""
play, "The Three Angels." The Whif- MAP IF ( ,a,
fens brought back with them, their d"- eElrusi"! .
granddaughter, Josslyn Kindle, for a J//.
weeks visit. I !
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and ,
daughter Joan and Mrs. Emoline KBIGTI t

Moyer and son, Bruce, attended the
Arts and Crafts festival in St. ,
Augustine on Sunday.Rev. ,, -
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Warren Langer, Bill McRae, ; Make a qualifying deposit'to anew '
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Mrs. Raymond Durban, Mrs. Warren -
Stevenson, Mrs. Don Hardenbrookand or Steak or existing savings accountor F l

21 members of the confirmation new checking account and, y r 4If ,'
class attended a retreat at Epworth- f ,' tFortunFederalhasavafietyofaooountsttlatputyar
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by-the-Sea at St. Simon's Island Fri- = your gift of Fortune. ,A <,at+>
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money earning youi We also haw '
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Steak variety or gift:premiums that make depositing 'I
have returned after several weeks . ,, money wttti us even! more Interesting.! Ey rig rs s
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. 4 r1 '.r YA qualifying deposit tike home one of toex -v fib' I
Worth Jackson in Winder, Ga. Useful premiums itoemay\ a low discount price as ,. a ''ts t I
FRESH .,' shown In tne chart Drop by one of our convenient I
Mr.; and Mrs. Cecil Cooper of offices soon.Vbu will find financial;services. and t I
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Durham, N.C. were Sunday to Thurs- handsome flirt to suit;your needs. I

day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.L.
Cooper. The Coopers also had as FrI- Hamburger
day night supper guests,Mr. and Mrs. :4 1"
of LaCrosse. 'WA 114
Marvin Stewart { : Yrqf 7't'

Mr. and Mrs.: W.A. Weldon and [.
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family of Bushnell and Mr and Mrs. Iqcam. .,r
Kenneth Williams of Clermont were x' .i/r im .

weekend guests of Mrs. Gladys Ffft
Weldon. They all had Saturday night
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;:
Steve Weldon In Macclenny.Ben Smoked' 1
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Rowland returned home Satur- 1 1 1
day after being' confined 'n North Bacon 17' ..
Florida Regional Hospital far a week Sausage 1 1 t iC .

following a light stroke. f 'obit :' aFae.r0mm'"foY.Meahrllr, : elArc_stir 4
K $ -29 I.ua Ono on ptf"=NIL au or___"al::%
Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Hurt, Jr. of + +.
of ,$1.59' if" ==, -':::=-:80.. rrv .ugwamlwlarpawanvR, .
Atlanta were last Friday guests ,t i ,
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and Mrs. Doug Reddish ofTallahassee ..: Owe ont(man dglare m Florida "

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and Mrs. Drew Reddish in Starke.Mr. $ 1,1 MI'' ',',7iJ\'y: \ .

and ,Mrs.: Stan Reddish and Oysters ... .Buf. : !t\\... :: >:" '; ', ; 'i "
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weekend guests of their parents, Mr. ., "".. ,'tr, .. f.. ,
and Mrs. Vincent Lewis of Kingsley\ CITY FISH ,& I'''i'ik'I'):, 0 :i
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Lake and Mr. and Mrs.Drew Reddish '\\'I' .' > ,0'.... .., v. YuLi7; N :
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From the last nine weeks (grades 1-3)from left to right rowffrom( left to ) Include Gritr F I :
I on the back row'are Denis Hankerson. Mandy Box right :Joni $. Stephanie Straight 'A's from grades 4-7... i
Cox Mandy Box. Tory Kitties, La Terra Johnson
Shane'Grtffis.;,Audry Massey.; Rom Anne Harris, Melissa Rochelle frevatt and Bradley Bale, i F..om1.awtey Elementary are(from left to right on the front(from left to right Includes Michael Becker Chad, I
-Cir, Tells jCauley and Mistl Padgett. On the front ; .',Iv back row): Jason Filcher Kim Ross, Kim Johnson, Kim Coyle, Dee Dee Cox and Karen Hardee. i
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,i Y,,4:' :*y Elisabeth. Terry' day to' spend Easter week with her Mrs. Lonnie. "Teston- and'. ,,/her<1 (1' Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer higgin-
., J,: '. .782-3300 parents, Mr. and Mrs..Earl Troxell. daughter Mrs. ,Settle Mosley -Hof''>
'CHURCH ACTIVITIES) Miss Arthurine Blanchard makes a' Highland visited her mother,,:Mrs. ,lX.
The revival at First Baptist Churchof 'weekly visit to see her sister Miss Etza Wordle Melton, who is in thoiiospital j jat potham and family Mr. and Mrs. Lift: High the' Cross
Lawtey was over on Friday night Blanchard at Baker County Nursing Orlando;on Sunday r ,,,'.fi; 'James Waters,Mr.and Mrs.J.C. Hig
with two souls reported as saved. Home at Macclenny. She still has Mrs. John Tye, Sr, visited her son- ,ginbotham, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig-
There were many rededications to wear a cast but she is resting easy. In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ginbotham, Mrs. Glenn Shuford and in Sunday School
i Grace United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ball of, Not- Tommy Talley and family of Jacksonville : Nancy, Mr. and Mrs Danny Waters
will hold an Easter egg hunt on Satur tingham, Penn. 'visited Pastor and Saturday and Sunday. ,; and family. Mrs. Lily Mae Howard,
day April 2 at 2 p.m. Please lend two .){n. David Brown and came -to the Mr. and Mrs. 'Clyde Wainwright, ; and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- This Sunday 9:45: am
hard boiled eggs with your child. All revival' while they' were here* Van, KImberly and Tammy Morris of botham all of Lawtey.They served a
children are welcome. M;. and Mrs. R.G. dmuniJa- of' Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs.Allen Brown, big barbecue of chicken and ribs.
Don't forget there will be an Easter Clarkston Wash. are spending two Lisa and Denice Durban, and Cathy Each family carried a, covered dish Easter
egg hunt on Sunday, April 3, for weeks with their son-in-law and Waters of Jacksonville were weekend and they had a large anniversarycake. Morning'R/ :-., ;
children who come to Sunday school daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp, guests of their mother, Mrs. Wilma Easter Hunt for :;"
and church. The egg hunt is sponsored and son Bryan, Wainwright.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of Egg I
by the Bus Ministry of First Pastor A.I!:. Massey is recovering Doreen Bloom left Sunday, Tallahassee spent Friday night and Preschool and Children it ". .
Baptist Church; ,from a bad case of the flu. Rev.Frank March 20; to join her husband, Capt. Saturday with their mother, Mrs. :::
PERSONALS: Ellerker' Is preaching for him. Mr. Bloom, at the home of his parents, Truby Wainwright. Bible Teaching & Preaching k J '
Friends of Frank Herndon are hap' Massey la going to North Florida Col. and Mrs. John P. Bloom of Fort ,, '
py to learn that he was able to come Regional Hospital, Monday for,,'a Worth, Texas. ,They went to Anchorage Lawtey Church of God' Bring The Family 4- \'
,home Wednesday from Alachua physical Alaska,to see their sister, '', Revival Begins Apr.' 3 ,
General Hospital Gainesville. "Miss Jeannie Massey, daughter of Mrs. Jackie Lines and daughter,Jac- >
: Set., and Mike Crnpse and son, Mr. and Mrs.:Spurgeon Massey, left quelin. IJ f D.H. Kirkland, pastor of Lawtey
Michael III of HinesviUe, Ga.. are at last Thursday'night. March 17, to go .C. Prevatt of Gainesville visitedhis ':u;. Church of God, cordially Invites the First BaptistChurch ( o'
home now. He has finished a four- ,to Germany and live with her brother- mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt,' on ,' public: to a revival beginning Sunday, -I
,year training in the Army They were in-law and sister. Mr. and. ,Mrs. Saturday afternoon April 3, with morning services.
,at the revival on Friday night.; James Groves., Mr.and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham During the evening service, a of StarkeCorner
Hermit\ Roller ,of Cocoa Beach Reggie Norman Ichtucknee Springs of Maxville celebrated their 58th wed- special film The Rapture,. will be .J'
bought the Arwood property and ,,returned home Saturday night ding anniversary on Sunday March shown of Clark & Jefferson Starke '
three trailers, from Mr. and Mrs.' ,after spending a week with his 20,. at the home' of their son and The church Is located on Highway
Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George parents Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor daughter-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Elmer 301-N. Evangelist speaker will be Bro. Ben P. Bryant. Pastor ,
u y to have their brother man. Higginbotham of Lawtey. Those present M.E. Fussell, former' .pastor in
rive near them Mrs: Genelle Underwood and were Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- Starke;
Mr. and Mrs. Connie Dale Walker daughter and son of Green Cove Spr. ginbotham Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hig
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and daughter Leah of Pearson, Ga. ings spent the weekend with her ginbotham and family, and Mr and
stopped by to see their parents, Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt. Mrs. Bart Shelper of Maxville, Mr i
and Mrs. George Roller on their way' Vernon Teston and daughter Donna and Mrs. Michael Waters and family
to, Ocala to see a horse show. ,of Little Rock; Ark. visited Mrs. Earl of Middleburg. Mr. 'and .Mrs Lyle
Mrs:Craig Carroll and Hilary and Teston and family on Tuesday afternoon ': Schemehl and family;: of Jacksonville
,Tommy of Boca Raton arrived Mon- Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Waters of
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Sunday April 3. '
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Johnson from Nichols. Ga. Serviceswill
begin each.night. at 730 p.m.
Everyone encouraged U>.come and SAVE OU /O
bring someone with you Easter Sunday,April 3,.will be an- 1 1Guif WHEN YOU BUY BOTH .
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of a sudden the spring sports at Bradford High have caught fire/ giving .

Terrific pitching,late-inning rallies Tornado fans and athletes something to DUff out their cheats about, _
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to win, and game-saving throws from : : The baseball team has won 4 straight the last S by one run at.home,and sila
the outfield suddenly have become \\f44;. in second place In the District 5-AAA regular season standings, a scant half "'
at the Bradford High : : I4 I-' 1 game out of first. The girls Softball club, expected to be Bradford HI...'* .

baseball diamond and the results 'strongest spring entry hasn't disappointed winning U of its firat"16 lames .:.. .,,
have been a tantalizing string of home 'i) The tennis teams, both boys and girls,have won two in: a row, and the surprttv <,"
victories for: the suddenly-streaking ,rlterPI 'ing girls sit at 8-1 for the year. The track field crews weak in numbers al the "
Tornadoes. start of the season came on with their finest showings last week combining '; !4 I
A 6-1 win over Gainesville High last : good showings at the Florida and Lee Relays. with a 'uesdaydtwl meet sweep. I'fjJ(:p
week started the binge, and BHS over Middle wg. : "'
stayed on a roll this week- nippingSt. Bradford has yet to win i district title in the tough Gainesville-area class 3A .; ,
Augustine 8-7 with a bottonvof-the- k ((4 d(4i if .*yua 1 league this year, but happily that could all be changing soon 1 if.BUS spring. \'?: ;r

last run Friday,and nipping Live Oak 4 .teams continue their rise. ,: ",(,..:f.
and Santa Fe 1-0 in 9 inning pitcher's .,1i-' '
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duels Monday and Tuesday.The 44 tr4' : ....Besides the arctic temperature everything went just fine at the NorthsMe .1.;: r,+ !
exciting games have not only ,, I Baptist church tourney last weekend,'' which joined the StarkeUem Saturday ..'.
been treats for Tornado baseball fans, : 4 play-a-thon as the first local Softball events of the year, '. ,.y f \,. ;: r
they've put Bradford above .500 for vr. Randy Jones Northside said the church cleared about $400 for .&hel;;! ,I.}< \
the first time since March 3, with a 7-6 ar weekend,got good compliments about its umpiring crew, and generally had a, .'t v.'. l
record, and just as importantly have pretty time of it running off the 6-team tourney. ,-' i it "It r! )(,
thrust BHS into the heat of the race The weather cooperated with us Saturday and It worked out good." He'
for the top seed at the District 5-AAA thanked'a fewfolksHardees; Archie'Tanner, 'and Golden Flake'for '* i'p' 1. .
tournament. The league wins over 'I donating merchandise and the Northside crew of players and wives for runn--.. '
GHS Live Oak, and Santa Fe have r i Ingtoff... ,
upped the Tornadoes to 4-1 in 5-AAA .
play. Just a half game back of ." Got a few minutes; to talk to Scott Alien'Tuesday at the exciting 1-0 BBS
Buchholz (3-1), which thumped GHS baseball win over Santa Fe. He'd had a game that day himself, pitching in '
8-1 Tuesday. relief for St.John's Community College in a 4-2 loss to Florida Junior College. '
Monday and Tuesday's games were ( That defeat dropped the Saints to 10-1S overall, 1-8 in the league' and Scott ,'
near mirror images of each other. says with 11 go they'll have to win everything to. make a repeat ap-
Doug Samons (2-0) tossed a 2-hitter at 1 .p ear nee In the seats playoffs. ,
the Bulldogs Monday throwing no-hit k ./'I'm doing pretty well, but my problem's been t get my hitting going pretty
ball until the 8th. Tuesday Richie good and I'm not pitching well. Then the pitching goes good and! the

Fender (3-2) came back with a t( ball.;.1" had one of those"O-for-20 streaks'at the beginning.,and that really: hurt.
5-hitter to give BUS a string of 20 ,me. ,
straight shutout innings and hand Allen reports that sophomore teamate Bill Goodge has been probably the --
Santa Fe only its third loss of the year jifi. Saints most consistent player. ,with a near .400 average and $ home runs, plus (.
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against U wins.Monday's 4 -good, defense at catchier. < "
game was decided when The book on Goodge seems be the same as it was at the beginning if he. .
Robert Carver lofted a sacrifice fly to can cut It academically he could be at a four-year schoolnext year.His skills "'
score Samons from third base for the are that good.. ,. .
victory. Tuesday the pitcher scored I" .
the winning run again in the bottom of ... BBS tennis coach Jerry McGrlff is taking any'of 'current' team "-
the 9th. Fender drilled a sinking base iiAZ members who want to go over to Jacksonville Tuesday to watch former Tornado ,
hit to right with one out in the 9th and { ; Eddie Winkler and his Florida Junior College. team in a match against .

the Raider rightfielder failed on a ? University of Wisc in- 'ox.Valley.., ."
shoestring catch try, allowing Fenderto
truck into third with a triple. The ... Bradford High's sophomore speed merchant Pam Hawkins looks)to have "
next pitch from stingy Raider ace was .some competition at the girls district track meet this year.,Live Oak's Peggy '
low in the dirt for a wild pitch that let Martin has run 11.2 in the 100 yard dash,25 flat in the 220, and. 59.0 in the 440..
Fender trot home with his second 1-0 Pumping Up Against Santa Fe.... Pam's best times are 11.3, 25.02 and 98.1 ,

victory over the Raiders this year. The Tornadoes huddle together In the nail-biter Pictured are Iroin 'left. Randy Alvarei. 'Shane .' ." ..

Lamer, whose wicked curve enabled district win over Santa Fe Tuesday night at the BUS dia Johnson Mike Waters Jason Bennett. Rick Welch. An- I ... .
him to check BBS on just two hits, mond. dy Chaff. Robert Carver and Jimmy.Schoenlng.; _
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wins: -"- -' --v.--- ,strike to the plate to ABU the runner the third out.1'"*1-' i''" f'grad leatfjp%!4d...givPa 1WSIgaroe <('(. _, '.3a'811, .., .B.I 1I'us/.1.tJ1rlt, .+ !.. .. .'" ,. t': il'.' If...... l UII'1'4'.Iwlrrja'in; :: ,;:'} ",
And in one more coincidence super Tuesday the situation was Friday's game >was. no pitching "".... .v' ,'" ,'., j.". .j",1 .uff I' ....' .
throws from the outfield choked off remarkably similar2 2 outs in the 8th duel, it was an error-plagued game asa .. ., s ,IM' ,. ... \.. ... I :.. '.." j
opposing runs in the late going of both with a Raider at second. Lanier rifleda matter of fact, but again it took a ..p,. M' ... 4495. ,14..awd ", wa '" p, '. ....,.
the Monday and Tuesday games. single back up the middle and Santa late-game score to win. .1'11-21. Jo Kola act(H'Me, eni 3 I 7m >;. :
Monday, 1 out in the bottom of the Fe coach Mike Jacobs had his man In the bottom of the last Rick Welch M-Chan IBI render 8th and a Live Oak man standing at heading for home all the way. Brad- singled and moved to second when 1j..0.1 a1aen- een 4 t
second a Bulldog batter singled to ford centerfielder Andy Chaff came Carver was hit by pitch and BUS tmt. ittiat see .eT m, t s
left and the runner was sent home. up throwing though, and his one- coach Mike Hartley sent Welch on a .Sainon. 114). I. Houston".
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But Bradford's Gerald Brown, a hopper to the plate got to Carver four double-steal try with the score tied n,_
player recently inserted In.the lineup .feet up the line with the runner bar- 7-7. The throw from St. Augustine's .r'A.wtw...').....* jl wi. ..we!, 4'| -- 9 s s'>'.1'. '

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Wallop Middlebiirg MORE' STANDARB> ? FEATURES,' el '- 'I r ,

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After Strong Relay ShowingsAfter _. -
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back-to-back strong showingsat field I bested by St. Cloud football- 1 I 'a: .eW ioYl

a pair of prestigious relay invita- track star Brent Fullwood. MAKES PHiCED:'UP) TO $1,000 : ,. .
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tionals Bradford High's track teams BUS also ran 43.07 for loth place .. '
backed them up with a sweep over and- a new school mark in the 400 -
Middleburg at the Broncos home meter relay and placed loin with a ..,( Watt-Wise' home."

track Tuesday, March 29. new metric record. In the half mile .fMPRd ..
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The BUS boys won 88-43 and the relay. 1'9'
Lady Tornadoes scored an 88-43 win '
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in the dual Tuesday at Middlcburg's 16 h.p 38' tu( *" tf t you're': building or buying a new.louse t\b&3j ,
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metric track facility. ,M.....a.__.aa.Marl. .
!...., make into Watt WLse homes Becauseit's
Highlights of the meet included a .. move you can is a .
l ,H- -" Robin Jefferson IB) 144 Hit.(I.-V- i c nf
100 meter dash duel between
stirring I) Kara? KJmulu (Bl 40. Otann eompHllon.' const uctedwitb combination energysavinll.1'\
Bradford teamates Antonio Jones and tla.1.... no aompolbR.ten '
Donnie Banks. Jones, a sophomore, MM km>iirtl ii 1)Karen KimiKIt(Bl III 17, features that meet FPU standards you can save"' '* .V'1I:{
II AUUon. Denmark 'IB) 13 1. ,..
.11 Pam HawkiraI
won and In In 10.85 the seconds to'Banks'erased Banks 10.89, I BHS an.. 41 Polly.Griffi. (BI) 1&07. ....., II 'on; the cost of electricity"every'month, every year,Just '' ,';
process Tammy Maoa (Bl ': 1, 41 Carol Fu..ellBI,
school record of 11.05 for the metric .:M... 4mm ntar, ii Bradford 54.54IPark.( K. ''hoWmuc yoU save will,depend on your' lifestyle and ", '\.;
Klmutli, Bntw.ll,Jeineraon
sprint, set just three days earlier in "
4*.* ,PunHawklnaIBISM 1051 l...Iweten conservation efforts.. ; j
taking third at the Florida in .
Relays
I) Karan Kiramu I BHS lit 011, a> Allison Dm- .'' ,
Gainesville. Eric Lane made it a nark BUS) n.a. am 1) MlehaUe KirautiaW2 Among the: many cost-saving options'of a U
3-man race by clocking a commen- :: ...4> Tammy Mann (IB)SU J7. MU.rm.t' -
dable 11.34 time. 57 Jrfhnoii 1)) Bradford....4-4O4, Berry IParta 48,4'.M4>. Bo.w.11. I.WattWiseT( meare: eXtra.ceiling and wall insulation' :. t..( '

"There's a real battle In the MM :1) Polly Ortftla I BHS I 31411, S) AJUwm solar or heat-ipecovery i units for water heating,and a >- -
sprints," BBS track coach George Denmark'IB) 1&... l-.Mfani.il) MichelleKlnmllaIB
Loper said of his dash crew's. inters- 1 )Bradford 14:W 6411 Carol Fusels I(Bl Ii'17.1 aw.,.'.,, high-efficiency air conditioner:; or heat pump. .'
I) 4 M.74 Barry 74 17, BO.V..U 7101, '
quad competition. Jeffaraon 17 M, 11a..k"IIII.: '''. Other easily included power savers are fluorescent r '
Also, senior Curtis Jones continuedhis
assault on the 2 minute barrier In '5..a..d...--.a. l lighting, a microwave>< kMeMtDKenny WrlfM < *> ..... _
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the half mile run with a 202.73 win at I) Eric Un.IB 17-10I Cllllord Hill (IB) 17-7*, windows and doors to minimize heat buildup.burnewWattWisehomewillnotbnlyhelpyou.: : i- '
800 meters. I> Brad Rtuaatl BII7.h '"_ 1) Robert HANDY:'VALUE'CF 1EC1' ? In the girls races Loper pointed at B" llamylB)>- Trie)**"* DErleLanelB) JM, :\ >

two fine 400 meter legs by Pam 1)Pele PatrickMttJa wna 1)M com J5-4t.3 petition.Ilk. > Brad. Russell 8)344) 59.54.win in the more ;, ..
Hawkins a open Uek 6..dtr l) Kenny Wright (B) 17 41, ') '6h 38"cut cost a ox..S 1,000
quarter and a 58 second lit on the Clifford Hill(IBID''. less I) AntonloJIB' .FIfJUs dependence on costly oil, which will! .benefit ;.r'
mile relay- and a half-mile win by 'rOeJ, 11) Domle. Banks. (B) 10 B. S) ErIe Lane Z Yr. Werra 1 Yr Warrant ," N I -- .-: ..
II S4. IU. 5)) Tony Devil (B:26.76: al Calvin I .. everyone/ .
Michelle Kimutis. as quality perfor- .. ,
Thomw ( IS. u 'Mm. 1) B..dford,41.12 Electric start standard na:, '
mances. (Bellarnjr.B'I: ; : Una: Banka). > ltekM.arethebuyo rswhocariteUyouin6reVJ "-."
Running in the big-time Florida 4ewr II) Anlonlo JorM Bl.. ....0.,. I) Ted Industrlall J10 "" : \.,.,. ; s''a.r ..,, ; : &*1\?.1
Relays track & field carnival Satur- .Breaaa. (181 W 21. Mem M _, I) 1) KennyWright commercial engine '" I y1:,:sI: ':4', c ., +'j cor _'5 facts about Wdtt4lsehomes. ?, .
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day scooted in Gainesville to three metric the BHS school boys 'Bradford It Cuctl.lt Joan: .H IBI.OI.73.I Bellamy, : O,MII.77,Allen seas%14.01, tor,MlUaHI7 l) Nylon tooted: control Cables no -l. :(1.1'A", : ',. ,A*_i ..MAitnm>>t...4e ri8ed 1Mdt-Whe lt0mft9, j' :.

records two with fast relay runs ,ColeyUO: ). r ,', 'y: 'I -. ." .
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M ) Clifford Hill no platen r. :
mark where he came from 6th at SO Olvla/ T'ho maa IB) u.i>.awe>.....5)l Bradford Headlights standard noi9at's; til'" '. BRADFORD JC t,. .
meters to lean to third in a strong 1 a 74 (BeUuny,KuMell La..., A.Jon'. "'" "'.If \ ,. ,,,')i "'.,, \0. '" "
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: : Giants Win 3rd, Trop; y I t I


t 1 The Starke Dixie \'outb Major ,The: thin, time out't):!cants had

league title and the Gainesville Invitational pitching troubles and came out on the j
TUB: GIANTS ARE Iron row, kth pA title last year, and now the short end of a .6-5 game with the B-M I:
left tot right*'.Bo Jtorsey, AUe e ;' Bel-Med preseason tourney title this Pb_*. nr it I
Porter.: Derrick Dean Jason + ?a year. That's a tripleheader feat that'll But ail Akridge again did the job
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Huggiu.Lance Wiggins. Michael Y be hard to beat and its one the Giantsof pitching and Allen Porter supplying a 4e-
Hugglns, and Kevin Wimpy. I :: Nk6th :Ifr. Starke's 11-12 year old league have big bat the Giants outscored the Car-

Top l.t lq( lofts Chris SimmoasJRPaBliTAkrldge F ar ii s r t t? accomplished. dinals 8to reach the finals. In the ti'j ft v
Bob s Ir Last week the Giants beat out the tie game they beat the Yankees 8-5.
Bnckw lt r..,lWenden '' Hudson } e 11 I q i entire Bel-Med league In a double- scoring 2 runs in the top'of the 6th to I'

Eugene Blye, and BUly Starllnl.j' ; : tt r elimination tournament to win first make Eugene Blye the winning pit- .

.' prize. They of course were Starke- char Porter contributed the game I

.. ..'!\, ." '{ Gainesville last year and won the winning hit. .I
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'," ,.w"-J" midseason. "The boys played super,".Akridge
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'. .t.." ." In the tournament the local club, said "Paul and Eugene both pitched '

,', ), : t ,I which has been practicing with coach fine ballgaraes, and we played some' f

.", ,.,"", t)1.))1//..,<" C Edward Akrldge regularly for months pretty good defense behind them. Bob i !
I 't. opened with an 11-0 whipping of Buckwalter over at first base didn't '
t>;, the Orioles of Bel-Med behind a l-hit have one error and he snagged a couple r

pitching performance of Paul of line drive during the tourna 5

II..! ,' Akridge and a 3-for-3 hitting game by ,ment" i f!
'\\1\\ Kevin Wimpy. Timely hitting' and The Giants Boon will be opening' :
,. defense then keyed an 11-8 win over defense of their Starke Major League otMU :

I ''')''"'..i'l''IO.' ';i\i\(' ., the Braves in game two. The biggest title and will also be going back over t ,:

,." \'J: t'i' ;., moment was a grand slam home run to Gainesville in mid-May to defend .dJ I :
'Il t;, ,. by first year player Michael Hug- their championship in the Gainesville ad I
: .,.-. gines. league's tournament art( !

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I 35 Special Olympians from Bradford County Participate at District Summer Games at 'SFCC 'w I

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County 35 competitors' from in Bradford Tampa In May*. Also, Tommy West Williams Paul Carter Lynn Hobnt McCoy- 2nd broad jump 2nd Softball Billy Mlmbe-and Tug-ol.Wsr, In) broad jump: Chris Ball........!UlaU throw. J3
participated the District has been selected to go to the Interna- Hawkins,Bill Praia,James Long,and 11>row Mary Wilt-' and broad lump, Ird MltatU throw Barbara Moealy-3rd aoftball throw. '.111
Summer Special Olympics games tional Special Olympic to be :>9> D>"lona Y U1st Softball th.111 Irlabst Cindy Calaldo-I h-labae throw. Donnt Griffith- lit M meter dull, 2nd Tujtrf.13
held at Santa Fe Community College games Ray Thayer.Here throw. Doris Howard-Softball" throw. War,ard Softball throw. lib[
in Gainesville last! ..held in Baton Rouge is a list of the Bradford pat"ticipants CIa....*Holmas.lat 50 meter dub Jrd soflball Amy Bukhalter-frlsbo*. 3rd Softball throw,' Luckla Harvey2nd Softball. 3rd ail mater dish.
March
Saturday, Chaperones for the Bradford and .their- places at ,the throw. Elaine:: Taylor-. tat M mater dun,3rd frlsbM. Aural Thooua- Sid Tuao/-War. 3rd M mater
26 Special Olympics group which wassponsored Jamas Dunn-Softball" throw. Michael Calms- 2nd 10 incur dull. Ida Maa Davis.Softball. throw. !Iii

District;
11 of the local competitors placed by the Starke Kiwanis games Arthur SlnabUn..3rd Kllball" throw.2nd IrUboa.Darda Joy Brown-. 1U. frlabea throw. Shann Leonard- let 10 meter dealt, Srd broad iu
1st in at least Wale' aoflball. frisbee throws. Vivian M.....-and frlsbM throw.
of their
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events and Club were: Anna Clayton (County Junaa Smith-Sit frbbM throw,tnd Tus: >..(-w.r, Robert Ingram-Softball throw. Tarry AlbertIrd meter....h. John Hulcblns-Softball throw. )
thus are eligible to compete in' the 'Coordinator)' Ted Brown Tina Ird aotUxll throw. Mallua Corbett-3rd broad jump. Tommy Weal- tat Softball" 3rd broad Jump and Curtis Simmons-and 50 meter....... ?'t
state.Special Olympics to be held jnNotices p pTI' Hemme,. Ralph' Nordgren, Kay' ,ttsow Janet. Johnson-. let broad lump-, Said Softball .Clint Bataman-:and frlabe throw..Donya Tug-ol-War. Marie Gram- Sat softball,, in wo meter run. dJ
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lat rlsbes throw. Glenn Plimpton.2nd Tug-of-W> John Davis-and M meter dash. Ol

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Brooker' to Celebrate ;;,r ti Tornadoes |-




Sports: Improvements i Net 2 Winsu:



It was a good week for the *I!
What is being labeled a new era' first-year Brooker Elementary!:: Bradford High tennis teams as Id

In recreational sports for the town principal Wayne McLeod, one of .' both the boys and girls out- 'I
of Brooker will be formally introduced the persons spear-heading the volleyed Santa Fe and Macclenny gIn
Thursday, April) 7. when B.A.A., operation. "But this gets home matches. //s

the recentlyformedBrooker everybody together under one The girls pushed their record to *.
Athletic Association will hold roof. RIght' now we're primarily '6-1 and thus clinched a winning ," 3'

opening stand builthe concession sponsoring the Dixie Youth and r record for the season by dtspos-
it has the girls Softball programs for the kids. ing of the Raiders &-2 and then I H

Brooker Elementary school but we hope to serve other entities blanking Macclenny 70. Mean)8
ballfleld. in,the community someday.''- '. !, while the BHS boys halted a v
The ceremony will be held at Soft "We've got S3 members In the ", 9'f.I 3-match losing streak by winning g g2 .
-a the jamboree association right now and we're & I it i ..4, diw.M /. l 1e 'ir ft ti 5- in both matches.. :

three-day in shooting for WO,"McLeod said this ; "The boys had a much better f II :
Brooker that will each: of the six week. "We were about $3,000 in ; f"i\ : effort and the kiddie korpe strikes u :
Brooker youth baseball and girls debt with the concession stand andsponsornips 7 \ again in the girls," BHS coach :

Softball teams. of teams but throughour Jerry McGriff said after BHS :

the Two games will be played after .memberships and fund-, :" : ji'\0'\' !"''' i; r'' ;';ifi2i!( ;;; iF: ,.." ., swept Macclenny for the second i

more opening Friday ceremony evening, and, then games two raising that.,The we've concession raised about stand$1,400of is .'i i ''fr.': ,'," \:") : ; ::"! ;'; ; :) tt'41J1tir\ \! :; 'iW h I 1i .fj)!) Wr.. i'J : i 'i P;>; .. ., straight Thursday time,this Bradford year.'t hosts ::
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will run all day.Sunday, from .9 ing to give us the oppurtunity to 1 ) :, :',\\ ;i:7A: ;niJ: ,;:f :}i gflM'I';'
a.m. to about 6 p.m. Barbecued ':" \ >i1" : ; :)J't\I.'\ : lill( % .:I &.. '. match before for the
raise a little- money at the ..Ii"' .i.I'1i". ", .... ,' ,..',:.,: I., ".."' .' f1 1,. ," ,: ; h : : '"') M l1j"jI.'v'd breaking
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chicken...meals will ,be served. ballgames, and weekend tour- :' ,; .' :;: :, ,;.:,) ).. i:'c b. ;"'i .,' ,If Wti :I W q')" '')"}:! '\:iI1;i1I" ji! il1I"< ;\ : ." Spring Holidays. :
Saturday and refreshments will be naments and I think it's going to I" >.; ,. ',r':i'i'I if"";"; %,,,,:!,,!, )t,[ : ..! ,jI\\' '"... \ ;. ; .. Double winners for the boys in '
available all during the jamboree.The help us out down there a l lot." ff. ::: :.., ( ,. ,Jut week's matches?were Craig;a! %l 1O1 j 1 :;
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new Brooker-.Athletlc ,. The concession stand was a Joint, I .. . ': : .,.. ,;',/,,,;,,, "Sapp Jeff Johnson, and Tommy f"" :
Asaociatinn formed'in.'January,\ Venture by the Brooker City Council -' "';';-" .,', ,'',,.. ,-,,,. Crosby in boys singles, and Sapp .
1983 gives the town' an 'oKictol' .. Johnson in doubles. .
school P.T.A.; and BradfordCo. .' .' Winning .1''and .o
organization, over recreational both their matches in the > i" .,
Vo-Tech. Also, Brooker' baa .. girls .
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sports youth and adult for the enlisted sponsors for its ballteams- .::.. play were Faith Roberts Cheryl '

first time complete with a boardof with Florida Gas McKenzie Tank Foster, Lori Clark,. and Trade tj;
directors and constitution. Hines; Farmer's& Dealer's Bank : Clark in singles..and the doubles 9 i
''We've had here for along andUrg.qt X team of Roberts and Foster who a
sports Svurke Family Practice "... ,. ,'.j ." '''''' '
time of course with the adult Care-Clinic, and Stanley stayed unbeaten at number one. ; j

Softball and Buddy Paterson did Green-vnd Wilbur Andrews all putting > Double Trouble.. Also, Cindy Winkler and Donna ,
some super things out here," says for the teams. Parado won two exhibition 1
up Honey a
backhand shot In doubles action Bradford's tennis win
Craig Sapp unleashes a during over Macclenny Tuesday. doubles matches. '

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.amount claimod. If the \.rata of BONNIE BELL Date .of th. ,first NOTICE O* .....J.I ,? tigftor.b.or. I>prJI.I GILBERT S. BROWN possession ''A following/ / submitted In sealed
: claim Is not yet d.... tho ".I"4DERSON doc__. publication al this NotIce TO RlQItTN1p '1,19S3..pthe"'Itf-.liIdgao' ( A.Clark of th*Court described property: envelopes, to the Clerk of
date when. It will become ''FlleVNumbor 1-3463, ot Administration:March 'ICTtT104fN ,; "tn.1'11' may .has 'raMpr.dtt2 ., BY: Beulah' Moody SCHEDULE"A" tho Town of Brooker,
'duo .shall .be"i ato..... ,If Coso-ltMmow. 83lCt. 24E 1913.'., f 1'i( alnst( you fo.'Iho-.lIoI.: .. All Deputy Clerk Pistol Setnl-Auto P.O. Box 127 Stocker,
tho-clalm I contlngont or la pendlnvin i ho Circuit'' / .THEMWAN FRAME STATE OF '10R t mandsd.113.l5a..4erataint .!p (A copy of th* compfoJnt/ Titan 25 col., Serial No. Florida, 32622 on or
.unllqu........ tho. noturoof .Court for BnMford County Personal) COUNTY OF BRADFORD or petition or petition filed' herein Is A4IZ7I blue steal. before 7:30: P.M.. AprU
(ho 'Uncortointy shall Florida.' Provte DM- R.pt..ntaIIvaof KSTJ/WIJNESS' '..' orracheo to the copy of 1 MM Kun-Bock: up., 12. 1983.
j'>- store d: .E tho alift Is, ... .... odd..* ,>of the Estate of BHVPAT M.CgNtl.a.1i! my "hcrid-and r this/ notice which' It mall- seml-outo pistol Serial MOWING: Included In
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aocurod,: .'the 'security, which Is PeatOffic* iy, \ BONNIE BELL NIRMALE PAYIs J ib f.l.ft 4 said Court tlrt 4 ed to each defendant No. E03474, stainless. places to mow: City Hall,
,}. bIr,d0.cfIbdw'Tb. ;B-Stark, Florida' .32O9fsTh. HINDIRSON.CHARD March 14, 1983. whom. a residence, more Colt MKIV. 45 col.. FIN Station. Fenced In
aY i claimant .shall, ,d.II".". .. ., pareonot r.ptsssn.'ta$1v ... wlfo. herebythai they *,Iv9r' W4j 4oss ,I:!!''t t' ''ILBETs. ('RtW foJ'Y' A specific/ than a slate or semi-auto. pistol, Serial area at water works,
suffklonfoplos of the. l 1 of the .._ I. NgI.torwlth1h i*
p,, C.clalllll..1 t the clerk'I,;' ;' J1. i ,THERMAN, FRAME, \ I.WaN Circuit Court fo sworn statement IIltd Cup National Match" Park. Need to.be mowed
; _- ho clark la mail' 'whoso oddross I. Route .ARORNEy FOR FERPursuant ford Counl\,10 dqI"flctltlou. !' lUpyl\'C'otn' (;'. herein' 'fay the plaintiff.his pistol blue .'**1. twice each month tot the. a

onu copy .to ooch pww 2.; Bon 1730, Starke nacre> "Dlde''MOTELOndtlEn. '. 11'W'fi\. .' !1A1 f..h.ll UvZ; .,". agent or attorney.) Coif MKIV 4S eol.semlouto .. satisfaction of the Town I it
W. Serial Council. d
tonal '...... _. Florida 33091. Tho nomo NTATiVEt / 3/31 "tchg21 pistol
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rk. T '; HAll. p.,.....' In* and address of tho DOM Post 0ffI0.0 hx 99$' !1' IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT No. 70G6040S.Govern Undo Robinson' '4
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'I h r' ./' representative's 954 N.'T ; --.. ment ModoT pletol. blue Clerk. It
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Iff'TMI. ,........',a. Copy. *. !tIIf ,' .are, s.t!,forth Stwit.. ftorib.0q; \ clpol place' of .....In..1It .1 t FLORIDA tool. 3/31 Ztchg 4/07.
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fO TYr ,1 ". Notice of Administration. ,helmet Tet phOn.(9W( .e06o'PUBLIC 744 N. Tompl..jAU.S. __..... Case No. B3103CA.t'sARNerf NOTICE Colt DA 45 col., Jt
revolver Model US Army
1 has boon malted aro ..-' All persons Raving ,3/24 : TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ; 11 I
FLORIDA ...... ( Highway 3011_ Serial No. V3&6I.III .
"F PLEASE TAKE
aqulrod.. WITHIN( claim or: demands'aaalnsl MORTGAGE NOTICE n
: PROBATE DIVISION THE Stork., Florida$2091.SyBhupatPe. '. : Glen'
NOT 22 col.
that
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CASSNOM MONTH* FROM the estate aroI : .1' rCI'J"PANY; ; ; REFERENCE! SALE OF Town Council of
'J ILIJ.OH4II6t KiDATt{ OF ".THE FIRST, I r required. WITHIN THREE ,1. tacti t Nlrmala' Pa(,. .I' a FipAda corp watlon.it FORFEITURE! FIREARMSThe field Modal/ 73C. Serial .... Town of Brooltor, la
fUBllCATIOK OF THIS', MONTHS PROM THE to \ .{ tlflq. 'x;;,'if'Uyotf1. .i No. 21522880. Florida. will consider' tho ft
INRKE9iTATtOI': ..A" ,;NOTICE, to file any ... 'DATE, OF THE FIRST 3.801. Florida $tatutos>:; DUDLEY' P. tuWWf A'4t 0 Bradford County Shotgun, 12 go., adoption of the following a
John H.
OP THIS ;ALLEN ATTIC hereby 7: JseNt6tStl... ,J! RoGO. JI.crncf K-Mort Modol 151, ordinance second '
PUBLICATION f': LlI.ANO : will sail on "
JOSE V.MOIIEIRAa nDeceased. faction they may.hove; 'public noticethat'the ") Drawer //pI; .; Sheriffs Office .Serial No..-OC3702.: H
'that ichallongas tho NOTICE. to file with tho give IhI. i' $ ANN H0004jhlt'jf the described reading at It. regular
; ... Florida Yt1 following B I
'. validity the oocodontV: dark of .... above court mlscalianeoM. poi- I laoe.aio1Attornk ,, :,',""' ." ='j, ; property to the highest Tho above described mooting. scheduled: for ItIt i
statement of anal I good of D.H. t r p.Mrn; cants ,0, property will bo sold pursuant Tuesday, April 12, 1983.
NONCE wilt' the. qualifications ol;. written for V tt. t r ( ) bidder on Monday, April :
Of ADMINISTRATION the. personal ,,.,.,.._, \;ony. claim art\ demand Slbarllng stored In Unit I.9ISoPi> ".. ;: -. (. II, 1983. at 4:00 P.M.. to Florida Statute at 7:30 P.M. In the Town {Z
have. Each No. 24 of Allen's Attic .!'J, \." 705.13 at 4:00 P.M. on Hall:
t tall". or tho venue or they may .. ---n.- i'\f. iTICE' Of ACTION, place of sale: Bradford L
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located at Slot Road 100 Monday tho 11th cloy of ((1)) ''AN
claim must .bo In writing ORDINANCE
TO ALL PERSONS HAV lurhtdicttan) of'tho CLAIMS Court; and I must Indicate .ma and Laura"St.. 11Ot..... i'1 THE. <::0UIt1".OF ,. TO;.'. ULAND HOGG. County be .Jail.Inspected Firearms priorto April 1983: place of sole REGULATING THE! TIME. .C :
INO OR All may
CLAIMS Florida will.be. told at- being the Bradford County METItOOb
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AND OBJ C.' .basic for the claim. mo '.nJDlCIA : JR.; and GAIL ANN! sale by appointmentonly. :
DEMANDS AGAINST THE DEMANDS; '
_' U,, ot Broodway
and odd,.. of tho public i auction. thopromts HOGG Jail corner OF CONDUCTING ELECTIONS :
name
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL TIONS NOT SO FILED OF A.ORIDIIi; .,
creditor or Ms agent or ** beginning of V YOU ARfj NOTIFIED and Pratt Street, FOIl THE TOWN :a
PROPERTY TO BE
OTHER PERSONS JNTERESTED WILL. BE.FOREVER BAR- attorney, and tho ..m...April 11. -I fOIl IRANCOUNTY foUo.t.! thai. an action la SOLD Storke,F""" .....Sold proporty OF MOOKER. FLORIDA:. J

IN THE ESTATE RED., ot'iltl1st amount ciol....... .H 'the. 'r..AU.fN'IATnC r., ', foreclose a mortgage encumbering IlOna) : ((1)) 9 MM. may be Inspected PROVIDING FOR P
'YOU ARE. HERfclY'NOTVIEA Dote claim |I. not yet..... Iho P.O. lo. M "i CASE tftl: eJ.n ; tho following semi-auto, prior to solo. by appointment QUALIFICATION OF
01 this Notice Browning
;' that. thoodministration -. publication, March ;dot when. If will/ become keystone Hlg. >tt.fM, s ,; h : property 'In Duvol CourtFlorWot single action. Serial" No. only. ,CANDIDATES: MAKING d "
at tho ? of Administrations .. ....... : ". '. f 'DOLPHE. MODISH RETURNS :
f duo) shall .be ,If I ;:;, :326p4. \IN!REi Tho Morrlos o ., 24JPM44I48. with CANVASSING 1.\\ "
.loset.vf;? 24. 1983.
5tcte'of' the claim 1 contingent orunllquldat.d 3/24 2tchg 3/31 HUGH. BRAOiEv ., Lot 7. CASA DEL holster and two dips SHERIH'Jf'ocIf THE VOTE. COMMENCEVS'
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.RICHMDI.WEITY .
MOREIRA. ,, deceased All Personal the. natureof .;;-......-..-;-...., '' '-< File\ : Numbor" 1-3467/ tho uncertainty shall ., land plot, recorded In florid.. OF VACANCIES,
gepr'ossatCtiv.. _TICI Qf' INTINf. irof 3)) On. ((1)) Rugr I
COM Numbor e34Cf.CifOIit'ct '; of the Estate of. ... stated tt the claim I I. L TO; RCVM LINDA SUE BRADLEY, Plot "*? 3.' age56ofhas Mini-11, 223 cal., Serial .3/" 2tchg 4/07 PUBLIC NOTICE, AND 1
to pondlna 1ft.the the pul \ THE EFFECTIVE j jHEREc.
'securedthe security 'ptCtinous* NCord. of DATE
.rtd.nfl.WIf. 182-29465, somU
for Bradford c-' Joe.V. Moreha. .It.. No IJ
Bradford .
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'shall bo d* .f'I'; County: auto short barrelled rifle CALLFOttBIDS '
11'IorI6a.. Probato (*M- ,Deceased. shall deliver florida. '\. .Undo Robinson, 1
claimant/ "
.hp'- STATES OH FLORIDACOUNTY OF ACTION nickel plated, with '
the ........* of : : :::. NOTICE b.. Q
sloe; ..\.; ., sufficient. capto of theclokn OF BRADFORD ( fll.dogaln.t carrying case and clip. IkIII ore hereby coiled Town Clerk i r3312tchgl.fw
.which .. Post Office Iota. .W,...ClIICU"COURT to the clerk. to To .LIND...:' ( you and Vu or* Sale according to for by -the. Town'ofBrooker ,
.. Storko, Florida,MWt.Tho.porsonel r clerk. mall, required to serve & TL
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WtiLtyJ } ,. YOU 'ARE (168Y. ANDPHILLIPS. tt
RICHARD S. .. Brock GARTNER
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......t .... .... i BONNIE BELL: HENOER S ,, THE .....gt.. I hit '-In... ;Judicial Circuit(. .,1b:; ........ May 6. 1983.-and *UM*'
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s played 30 Innings of Softball their Play-a-fhon-to raise money for the girls
13-19 program .
,' Here Sheila Shannon races the ball to home plate while Tammy Dempsey, .
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'*, >' ; [-V- .>,*,',. ; far right,hustles down to first base In action against the Pizza Hut women steam '
; of the Starke league. Also pictured from the Starettcs are on-deck batter
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..' / '. V.--'V"' Carrie Coburn, and 1st base coach Tara Leigh Marchant. '
.,,'. '4,, v y >- ,. "-, $- i j!>! '' .- a .' .}y' fl'eP'. :) ( +sE if,y.w :1T' JJ,_ 'Cr ,,5 i I The Starettes started at 9 a.m. by dividing their squad for some tntersquad
'': ;:, ::Z? ; b innings and then played Perfect 10, Pizza Hut, a Macclenny girls 13-19 team, '
{,,1 't and Rowdies to get their promised 30 Innings of play In. .
.'E.r 3n, ,Fa ,tsf Coach LorretU Marchant said the girls were still collecting pledges,as of .
+ Tuesday but she expected over$700, with the money going towards uniformsand r
,r eFryr i.t,' ) tournaments. :
"We got real good response from our friends and the businesses here in ".
f tttf town," she was happy to say. And the girls wouldn't turn down any late "
4 pledges: "If there's anyone that is interested that we missed they can come
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t +wyjr ryhll,; YID (I r f) by here (Brett & .Jerry ss"
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the association with the Starke Stars and Jr. Stars will show off their new ; '
sStarke purple and pink uniforms at the Women's League round-robin tournament 't',
starting the week of April 11. They also have tentatively set games with the ,
k Jacksonville Doberetles youth team, and will host their own tournament,
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again at Pratt St. either late in April or early in May.' .. '

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I I to Host 2 State Events- 1 I 1st. Baptist'' ." Wins Church i Tourney ', ',, :, I

r Rick Stevens singled Randall McGee home with 2 outs
1 Brown and Buddy Paterson of Presbyterian both at .692.
State tournament sites have been decided on by the In the bottom of the 7th Saturday night to send 1st Baptist Lewis was top RBI man with 9 runs batted in, while
state ASA office and Starke is on the list twice. ; Softball past Kingsley Lake fr-S in the championship game of Donnie Wise of 1st Presbyterian had 6 rlbble and
Starke Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin confirmed that << ; the Northside Baptist Invitational in SUrke. Larry, Brown, Stevens, .and Harvey Rhoden of fMew'
our town will play host to the Senior Boys ((16-18)) state The win gave lat Baptist *-clean sweep 4 wins in a River 5 each. ,
event July 22-24, something Starke Stars coaches Jerry rowto the title in the all-local tournament that got 1983 Top hitters' by team .were: Lewis ';Or 1st"Baptist;
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McGnff and David Bennett, among others have been' otlightr slowpitch Softball going\ in Starke.1st .- Hardee and Teston (.571) for Kingsley Lake; For 3rd-
very much looking forward to. The Men's Church state Baptist beat Grace Baptist 10-4, 1st Presbyterian place Presbyterian Brown and Paterson along with Ben,
event will also be coming to Starke, August 5-7, so it's ) 5-1, and Kingsley Lake 9-0 to reach the final game. Padgett (.600), Wise (.538), and Mike Sanders and Sam
not surprising the local church league has gained so s 1 In the championship contest Kingsley, which had topped ,Sibley (both .500), Al Waddell (.600) led New River with ,
much interest. more teams contact him and go ahead and make up a 3 Presbyterian 9-2 in the loser's bracket finale, took Dewitt' Griffis'; Jack Anderson;John Griffis, Jimmy'
Plans were for the city to also put in for the Junior 12-team draw. Cost is $40 and 2 balls. leads of 3-0 and 4-2 early.In the bottom of the fifth 1st O'Steen and Marvin Griffis all at.500. For Grace Chuck'
Boys ((13-15) state tourney to be run concurrently with Also, the Clay Employees men's church tourney Baptist knotted the score at 4-all. Johnson hit .667 and Robbie Carver .500. And for AIr'
the Senior Boys tourney July 22-24 but since the expanded originally set for April 1-2 in Lake Butler has been called >' Klnsgley broke that tie in the top of the last'as Terry Park: Ronnie Nugent led with a .600 average with Larry'' '
Edwards Rd. Field won't be ready those plans were off. Still on is the women's tourney by Clay Employees,*' Hardee doubled and Wayne Teston singled him home for Roberts hitting 500. ','
scrapped. Miss Godwin put in to host the Junior Boys set for April -181n Lake Butler. Call Steve Thomas at r .\a. 5-4 advantage. The Sportsmanship trophy went to the Air Park team.'.. i
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event on another weekend but instead Satellite Beach 473-4260 after 6 p.m. "h But in the bottom of the 7th the tourney champs '
won the bid for July 22-24. responded with a 2-out rally Jim Lewis'\ singled Randall '
r Softball Umpires Needed... McGee reached on an error, Eddie McGee singled the h
tielng run home and Stevens delivered his single to Church Tou..LNew- z
r Tournament Trail... There still is a need .umpires in the Starke adult' ,
to win the and Riwr One fPnakyurlanllNaviUvwe.
right ballgame tourney .ww..Is) 6n.i.r I
The Brooker Athletic Association will be holding a softball leagues- especially for ump's who will not be For the weekend 1st Baptist bit .426 as a team to lead III BapUM; 10.Grace" .
men's church tournament May 19-21 at the Brooker playing in the "A" division of the men's church.league.Most Now 1 RW r 17-Air Park Kin"" y 6.Praibyurlaa I
ballfield and anyone interested In playing there should of the umpires now signed up are members of 'all ballclubs with Jim Lewis hitting .643 ((9 of 14) to lead lit BaplM..t.Prafcyurlan/ tInpley T.w.aw.Mtit '
call Brooker principal Wayne McLeod at 485-1812. church "A" teams and cannot call those games the winners, followed by Randall McGee at .546, Bill Y( BaptiU Now Kngll| Rlv.r6 y 0 tr/st aapwt. toO
Plans are for a 10-team event with trophies going to Pay Is $8.50 per game for Softball. Also, umpires can :. Sexton ,539; and Stevens Mike Hartley,..Eddie McGee '-1 II) ..... Lake ,as..
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams, 1st place individuals the still sign up to call youth baseball. Pay there is 17 for' i and Terry Vaughn all at even .500. lilt Ba.,.... ,.Xlnpley' '4New> River 11PratbyUrlai
Home Run champ, and MVP.Cost is$60 and 2 balls Dixie Boys games and plate umpiring for Dixie Youth Top hitter for the tourney was Terry Hardee ''of ._...- S): Grace H
10 teams have committed to the men's church tourneyset and $5 for base umpires in Dixie Youth games. ; Kingsley Lake at a neat .750 clip (9 I for 12), with Larry Prabytariait l..Air Park I e r Air Park 01'Stair
for April 15-16 in Lawtey, and Lawtey Elementary U you're interested in calling balls and strikes for pay L .
principal Buddy Paterson says he'll close It up after two contact Gayle Lee '1964-89541.or.the Rec..Department ..

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Scoring 3 runs In the 3rd inning and Wednesday, March 30, visiting 2-for-3 with an RBI and Lisa' & Urgent Care i"ic.f
3 more in the 4th the Lady Tornado Orange Park Thursday, hosting Blackshear was 2-2 with a triple.Also
girlj softball team overcame Mid- Keystone Tuesday April 12,at 7 p.m., Mashell Brown was 1-4 but produced 4;;
dleburg 6-4 on the road last Wednes- and returning home Wednesday for a runs, Kathy Diggs and Lisa.,
day to up its record to 12-4 with 3 4 p.m. afternoon rematch with Mid- Blackshear both were 1-3 and scored'
straight wins. That's the only game to' dleburg. The Lady Tornadoes' last twice, and Myra Cummings. was I-3.-I
report in a week lightened by rainouts defeat was at the hands of Keystoneby and scored once. 7 Day A W*. kNightlv :
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for the BHS girls. a 6-4 score March 14. ,.
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Upcoming though is a busy string of In the win over Middleburg last _td eMN ea e.e F. a. H'8i: .. I. '
games to test the Bradford winning week BHS out-hit the Broncos 8-2. a. a1.Yw. 6.4 .N''I .' 1.sr :
streak with BHS hosting Live Oak Winning pitcher Val Hamm went _Bt, il I 1O > '

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By Mark FriedUnBCTSTarfWrlter Co-op organization and E.T. Martin. tAng transmission lines over'"rural. i 1 i

{' "You may not know here how much areas in the Co-op service area. j .
i 4- r your Co-op and its leadership is "I urge you to support your :
t 4 .A The weather may have threatened, respected throughout the country for legislators from rural areas In hlep- :
l and perhaps a few raindrops did fall its organizational abilities and the ing us to pass laws that will help us i
but they were few and far between as strength of its membership" Lewis cut our costs" Lewis said. "We have
a crowd of over 4,000 people flocked to aald. movie i
'When I first heard of the to remember that we are basically
Keystone Heights for the Clay Eleo, "E.T.", the first thing I thought of outnumbered when you compare the
trie Cooperative's "5t trt Annual was 'Oh gosh E.T. Martin has done it number of rural to urban repre en- I
Meeting. again.' Seriously though this Coop :
It "One of the smoothest meetings we with its large membership has been Lewis also said that higher electric
r have ever had," commented Coop an inspiration to all of us in our effortsto 'bills in the future may result when old
iw .1 a 5'h general manager ET. Martin as make our organization better." generating plants outlive their
speakers took their turns at the Lewis' speech took a serious turn usefullness and have to be retired so
podium under the big tent. "It's great moments later however, as he new one can come on line.
to see everyone come out in spite of highlighted! some of the reasons elec- "Many of our sources of electricitycome
the weather." tric bills have increased in the past from generating plants that are
h Co-op employees who seemed to be few years and predicted more in- old and almost worn out," Lewis said.
everywhere making sure the proceedings creases in the future. "The cost of building these plants has
did estimated o smoothly, "All of us have seen our bills go up, risen tremendously over the past 10
served an 4,000 free despite the best efforts of our leadership years and it now takes about ten
chicken dinners to members, their to hold them down" Lewis said. years to build one from the actual
< families; friends and guests who enjoyed "There are many reasons for this and time of conception to start-up. So we
listening to the musical group people should have a clear understanding can't rely on these old plants for much
The Scriptures", a gospel singing of exactly what they are." longer, and they were helping us to
hand-clapping band from Palatka Lewis said the increased cost of keep the costs down."
I t ._ which put the crowd in goood mood borrowing money for capitol building Lewis urged members to support
r t, .for the speeches. projects and improvements had been legislation! that would help the Coopsto
The keynote speaker for the event one factor behind the increases and cut costs. .
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.. 1 tf '' d7 t'\q": : ,... i '. .. t4 Music Theatre two Pointe the director David Benson is musical director
'4f ",' #ht"'.':" S, ,n y ,' r nS : ,. er I' ;{t will be presented by the Melrose on
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' ,::, ) gi., ; "J: ': I ,,'1I ,,\ ;:.'fi'kt ( : \,\ |Pariah Hall on SR-26.in Iwlrose, beginning each evening
" !l. "I. h; Jack James as Major Murgatroyd, Brett Bannon as the
1<" I' t If.: ,, i..i..f... \\wilf., m.*tSaturday.;I;Aprt) h' ,.at':15p.m.. ,
: "1 I ,I : .. b) htt".",,; ,)44 ..rst, : b.glnnlno\ or f.. %;at Mr Muc>' Famlfy! ..'........ south of 'I'.'' -',In this 1881 hit; Gilbert and Sullivan'present; a Very Duke of Dunstabla, Philip Wtaeley aa. Reginald Bun-
;it" ,"..R Openkp. c-.n'--' 104 the arooli.r Ath.tie i As.oeiotlen'.. Key'one U.J *w on U>.*71,',cues, d. ML.* will t.e Wo,.....!; ,I harbed: satire on the Esthetic Movement and Its leader 'thorne David Benson as Grosvenor.Corinne LaPoinU
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'It m.nsary' School. All hams'' wilt poNicipba. In'wetf m.a.og.i i A14Y. .; 9 8: ,,. ,A at the time.Th .
v.nt.sifts. the C.r.s .ny whkh wilt, be h.ld on. 1hursddy,, .. ", .';;" ""J" ;k 4 rF ;c "'J.'t'1' ,AT*people who (some felt exaggerated the value ofaftisttc .Jacke Langee as lady Janev 1
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:_,.'\0' M' beginning Fridoy: 'Aprln2tJAt 'thai tawt.yMueW, Parllroli ,' and the' music is beautiful. Twenty at these &kicatlonr In Gal e5vWe. U ham's '."
a _'! ,'i,I ,"", ", ( ,'-,, A ,"i,, 1 HghWjlj/30', orj; $.fI,,'Riasll.d tltflha.okleot bw.IV.....,, t swotNring Jtelllvan lovesick style maidens train Bunthoroe esthetic;! Music: to Mei rose Roesana's Market and Blue Water
"A Nk..k r"H Ir..St;; : <.d. txhildrri'a, ;; t .! : isaivaloflbi"Irld.ilckiltp rie..or."i.tot88foafridaylBan'". pout,'who a Fume them for a half-witted milkmaid namedlHrttence Bay.Re taur'D : jinn Keystone Heights, VUIa e Hardware
''-Wh.,ia for Uh"pregrvmwill t held pNZi9G6C':, tai1, '*. I/r tI;>aY'lIIId'5 on flund! ;,1'W..l(.....d tickvt o"id3t" } ,Wftfli' whets turn him for another esthetic and Ace Hardware: and In Padktka at Nice House
/..mSchool.. Coll, ffll detail" '' to- om.ii l rofr., .''"% 94Qtust.e; fie I Q ?,Eo!fvNh.ri ; regiment\ spurns of resplendently uniformed of Music in Palatfea Mall. They art also available by r
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Camp Blanding's David Montgomery flashes a broad the trappings of his new position-Warrant Officer I smile aa his wife Theta and 14.Col. Donald Reardon pin on \V01. position.Doing the.honors are Anne Risks and r L|.Col. !-;"

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women received promotions in David Montgomery of Starke. .
cerlmonies at the Maintenance shop ried with two children,his new
facility at the camp. will be as a Armament
Receiving a promotion to the level" Technician and he has been in the the't"
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Automotive Repair Technician Ben- William L. Nesmith, of
jamin Spears,of Starke.Married with Lake, is married and has one .
one child he began his service in the His promotion means he will *.
National Guard in 1969. over the post of unit Supply
Receiving their: nromntlon! to the cian at the Maintenance shop at :

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IM 111 ..*' Ji known as the east and mid-east units, the time the couples are free to travel time of three months. Each coupler is :
cali{ themselves travel through Florida; mid-west, the area, sight-see, or just rela and given a complete itinerary of ach< They Rev-les unit ends up In Texas; end's western enjoy their environment. stops when the tour begins :ln ;
H.V.I.C.S, We Roving Volunteers in unit covers Arizona. The ladies In the group sew, help September'through June r"r: *
Christ's Service. ,; '?-Jt! Ii Robert Poyner, director of tho the men paint, clean, and do some ,I've (been, all over the United j
Four groups made up of around 12 RVICS unit at Lake Swan Camp,says typing and book work. States,".sayi one member of the unit. 1
retired couples each, travel there is a possibility that two more One big project undertaken by the "Something I couldn't have done !
throughout the 'United States, groups will be starting in the fall men of this particular group at Lake "otherwise. ?
volunteering their time and talents to He 'says this gives older retired Swan Camp was building ladders for "We do miss our families," said 1
4 helping other Christian organizations.One couples an opportunity to travel bunk beds. By the end of their stay1 Mrs. Poyner,"but serving Christ fills 1
.1 J: particular group has just spent throughout the United States in a very they will have constructed and Installed the gap., : t
44. four weeks at Lake Swan Camp near economical way. a total of 160 ladder for the camp. This non-profit organization ;
is 6 Melrose repairing roofs, installing Dorothy' Poyner says the only re- Fortunately for the Lake Swan donates its service to Christian j
'{kitchen hoods, painting, sewing and quirement to join this nondenominational Camp, there Is a piano tuner travelingwith schools colleges missions Christiahoriented i
just general maintenance all in group t M to be a born them. He has spent his work time children's homes and can- !j
{eturn for hook-up space for their again Christian, have your own rebuilding and repairing the church pgrounds. : j
travel trailer units. motorhome or travel trailer Insurance hall's piano which is undoubtablyquite This particular group is made up of j
This national organization was and pay own expenses. a savings for the camp. people from a variety of church affiliations J
organized by Henry Shareffer In 1977 The men put I in 21 !hours of work_ The units travel nine months out of ranging from Methodist, to :

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Ladies let up shop anywhere to make useful Items such thoy Poyter; SealedL-R( ) are Audrey Kemp and Verda and still have your carpet One
as aprons, hot pads and towels and others. StandlngL-R) Graham.are ,way is to select a pattern carpet
Ir I-I5 Dixie Oldham, Marilyn l Waterson, Naomi Barker;DorYour for the main portion of a room :
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No one is more aware than we are that the cost of a funeralis specialty carpet manufacturers: F

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selection of quality- ;
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... entirely-by the individual selections of families we serve. needs. i kt7

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love shown during the: loss of our :
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V( Bonnie.,Shirley Byron Bagwell. r..ours ,.u."a.

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Odessa W. Griff is;, ; of'Keyitona Heights; two dau( bters,' William II. Gilliard' t daughters, 1(: \ I Helen Glasgow of Starke, Mrs. Mae
Mrs.. Mrs. Jewell l I. Mersereau
Odessa Woods Griffis. 59, of Carson of Pittsburgh,
Lake Butler died Pa., Mrs. Ovada White ,of Columbiana -' William H. GiUlard, 87, of Raiford, Gainesville Mersereau, 64, of Mattix of Corpus Chtiatit Texas, Mrs.
Tuesday morning ,
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Ohio three Thursday night, March 24,in the ander of : March 24, In Florence JacksonvilleBeach
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22, in Stands Teaching I brothers Levy, MA. Medical, Center ini Darlene Mrs. Ellen Burrows
Hospital; in Gainesville after a sudden ,Wyatt and Marion Payne, all of Skippervllle. -, following long illness: Gainesville three ; Regional Hospital in Jacksonville and Mrs Mary of
illness. Ala.; one sister, Mr, Laura, a long Illness. of Durham
Bora in North
Miami, Mr.GiUlard Hampton, Bagsdale
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Born in Bradford County, she had Stephens of Alabama; 15 grandehIh Brunswick,
to Raiford and several nieces
eight Starke and Carolina; and
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lived most of her We in Union County. ren !..2 18 fcfiat grandchildren.Graveside years ago Port moved to Starke from
Salerno, Fla.
Mn Gilliard Gainesville nephews.
was s U.S. 1'I; He was a
Mrs. Griffls, member of the funeral services years ago.
was a were Army veteran of World Funeral Funeral services were held at
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New River New Congregational p.m., Wednesday 'Ch 30,
Mar Jt
in former commercial fisherman; and a ,p.m. on of the protestant p.m. on Saturday, 281.in the
Methodist Church Klngsley Lake with
near Raiford. Cemetery Rev. retired sergeant from the' Florida PeWitt C, retired u a DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev
Arthur was
Survivors include her husband Joseph officiating. Jones State Prison. He was* member of the LeRoy clerk Earl A. Burial
and u
Nelson Griffin of Lake Butler; one Funeral, Home S14 Nona Street plumber i In ingsleyMLake
daughter, Malverna Luke of Lake Starke, .was, in, charge: of ar Survivors include his wife, Mrs. .Jones Hope Builders six sisters Supply., Mrs under was the direction of Jones Cemetery Funeral

Butler; two, step-daughters, Delore' \rangements. ,Eunice Griffis Gilliard: throe. !Ctrmt; of Starke, Mrs. Home, 514 Nona St.,Stark,
of Jeannie
,. Palmer Crosby of Jacksonville Melrose and; -two, stepsons r', -...--.... ..__..,L__....:.__ ; .. -.. ,''" .,;

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sister, Irene Griffis of Lake Butler) 19 Ad good thru April 2,1983 : PV.\I\
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March 25 at 10 a.m. In the New RiverMethodist '
Church near Raiford with Stff {
Rev. Johnnie Yarbrough officiating right : "
Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery t, ,
with Archer Funeral Home of Lake

Butler In charge of arrangements.Earl Y,

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P Earl Dobbs, 74 Dobbs, of Raiford died / "
t Tuesday afternoon, March 22 at his lawn HI / '
sly residence after an extended illness. slu .
Born in Baker County, Mr. Dobbs :
had lived most of his life in Union .
County. He had worked with State of '..
Florida Department of Corrections, .
Department of Transportation and r Closed Sunday for Easter
was retired from the Division of less

'I I Forestry. Mr. Dobbs was a member over or .' .
of Fellowship Baptist Church of : .
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Maybelle Freeman Dobbs of Raiford .
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six daughters, Earlagene Olson of ..' ....'I ..,
Umatilla, Fla., ''JoAnn Griffis of 1.. Ij '
Raiford, Jewell Register of Lake City, .,, ,r J. ,'
Treva ',,..
Newmans of Starke, Beth "
Reynolds of and ,
Perry Marty
demons of Starke; one son, Michael TC&Y Push Lawn Mower It's '
(Bud) Dobbs of Raiford; two getting to be that time of the
brothers, Johnny O Dobbs of Lake again..yard workl! So doa
Butler year ,
and Arley Dobbs of Lawtey;
one sister, Edna Cason of Jacksonville yourself a favor,and cut your "' .L
22 grandchildren and 9 great yard work down to size with anew ,I "c

grandchildren. lawn mowerl Features include {-
Funeral services were held Saturday ,I
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March 26, at 2 p.m. in Fellowship ,, e a, 3 hp Briggs & Stratton 'r ,
Baptist Church of Raiford with Rev. ", a engine, 20",,''cut, recoil star- .1 ,

and John Rev.Strickland H.G. Barrington, Rev. John officiating.Danielson f\\ ', is a ter 7" wheels and side dis: t..:.

Burial was in Sapp Cemetery with ; charge.tfWO702.Reg.144.88Mode .. ',
Masonic Rites under the direction of d, I
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. '

John F. Melchers -
John Frederick Melchers, 64, of '".
'i' Providence, died Tuesday night, "
J March 22, in the Veterans Administration 7.P 'tlyyyt tt lnr.+t""r ',; ,.
"r: Hospital in Lake City ,
after an extended illness. Mr. \ !..
Melchers had lived in Providence L..15 \ *, ,
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since 1962, moving there from Illinois.
.- ", Survivors include-hi_ feo .-* ft\4 \ 'S "
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of Springfield 01; one ., n.---- + ...
brother, Dr. Earl Melchers of Pekln, .a bra 'Of '
111; one sister, Elsie Mostella of Spr- -.
ingfield, 111., and two grandchildren. .'
Graveside services were held Fri- i

day Cemetery, March with 25, at Elder 3 p.m Wilford. in Oak Jordon Grove \ iiii'e: ; _.... *

officiating. Burial followed under the __
direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.
& Dccke te'pT' "
James A. Settle high quality hedgea iwt j4* d t tedgarscfprfxatin

James Alvin Settle, 38/ of Melrose, bla 8 6 : ,'
died Monday evening, March 28 in the 3000 cutting stroll xe

Alachua General Hospital following a .. direction! What a"I Wo er 2 c. ,
long illness: .. ". "J" ,
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Born in Mt. Pleasant fJ,
Michigan, .'
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Mr. Settle had moved to Melrose from ; M
Chelsea, Mich. In September of 1982.l, l

Survivors Include, one daughter, ;.
Jodie Settle of Melrose and one son, ', :
David Settle, also of Melrose. JJ
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone '- :'1

Heights was in charge. of ar :"" ,I Ii
rangements. ;
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Shirley II. Johnson t
Mr. Shirley H. Johnson, 67, of Bran-
ford, died Sunday, March 27, at the
Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City,
following a heart attack.
Born in Taylor County, Mr.Johnsonwas ..r:
a former resident of Ft. Lauderdale -
and Fellamere, and had lived in ..8,6 ::7.96 1.57
Branford for the past four years. He )
was an equipment operator, Local W.edgartea lEleetrieTn'inlrrdaWloi'' d Full Depth Planter Hypnev AH Purpew* Chair '
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No 675 Operating Engineers of Ft. patio-size lawns! On.-hondApei 14x14" PlastllT Rntf Itft9 1\\
n -.wiih saucer in rearing ftM Plants will '
Lauderdale; was a member of the ,tl J' ,t7 f otion with manual.rnefii9e5i Y ,tt i4{ 'shiny earth tone litre Two-tone yellow/terra .
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Masonic Lodge No 130, Branford, and : Reg.22.97 '.1.96 Jfl. 1.97
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was of the Methodist faith. I ,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. \
Frankie Johnson of Branford; three
sons, Franklin Johnson, Lamar .
Johnson and Vance Johnson, all of. ..
Keystone Heights; two daughters, 7 .:. I '...,.
Mrs. Ruby Lee Easterllng and Mrs. !! ', '
Ryta Gail Thomas both of Keystone, .
t Heights, three stepdaughters, Judy ?>.f''
Norman, Brenda Beeman, and Rhonda g
o Bennett, all of Starke; his mother, : A ;
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Mrs. Wash Johnson of Madison; two ,,,,,, !
brothers Jimmy Johnson of Live Oak: ,; ,
\ and Harold Johnson of Mobile, Ala.; SHRUBS i : .. : '
six sisters, Alvida Carlton of o ,,', I
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Fellsmore, Fla., Dardenella of ( I '
Tuten '
Madison, Bessie Lee Green Iris f /'$:3 00 ..,, I! "'1' '" 1 l' 9

Shiver and Marv'ne'! Wambolt, all of. ,,'',' i : ,,; 1.. "I" ,_" '.. '
Perry, and Wilma Breeden of Bran- !
i ford; 19 grandchildren and two great- 2.99 1 27 1 67 .99,. \ I
grandchildren.. ; ."; t
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I, Funeral services "wer(8( held."-at } '. + r *10' pQ/i ..- Wyn'a "" _', '. J:! graveside Wednesday; 1\Iarctl30..at a j r ... t., (>iJ t Disc or'drum rake... Cl.ontfsngm.byremi'tM Piwent I ; ; "f ,
pro.;: et'r the. Lake $Blrt..Met.ho} ,!.;. ,.:t.' ri-: $ ..0. ,.' ..... Dot3IpecflCatlonl..1., ; ovinggroaJeand'anm*! .a d-;:. en.IOllahreplitllJ.eyoudnve"wstu. lpeH.lps ." kyi..ik i!Y'+ +', "' M .l I"r''}'!)' 'lt,
Cemetery-Taylor County;'With Rev ;' ( I >', qt. Reg.4.47 lib? '." ,r ? t.. .'" f
Lamar Anderson officiating:, Active; )'1, r J' ;.; '""".,',' \ lea.,:, 'j'Reg. 'oLR.t-2.r'1.1. ",f'Jo-R'9..T': : i1)f'/ '1 ",:!t1".,,(,;.'
Masonic ;were members'of the ., /11, : ,:', ,: \
Lodge. T.J. Beggs \;Jr. and :::.rJ .r., ,/ : 1 !J' .
Sons Funeral Home of Madison ., \. ;. ,.;tl; "'""' ,, .,'_. ,..
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Charge of arrangetenUrr:3: :was' .1fI. .,. ::...... '.<";.'r ,t ;",.. re, ,:", ._' .. / ,
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i' Mrs Clyde M. John* t 1' ; ; '

Mrs. Clyde Mae Johns. s2,of Staeke-'rr->>* 'B'e"t't'.oGe" I. ::1 .. .. "
died Monday. morning. March 29,'. in. : (6Jr W' 'IJi ,
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Bradford Hospital following long 0- ,uai'1! a A ao .a v# w .f'S ', .... .. N t' .; 'll2.II./. .' rlr. f: I '?1NZ.tMafterCard
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Born in Sklpperville) ,.;Ala., Mrs.' '
Johns moved to Starke in 1128: from :, and Visa credit eorils'cpfed!t '"k'.F QMVill'lJF.' CenI r S 3Ottfo tl1.v. r f

,Alabama and was a member of the t t,' Stark.l '
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First Baptist Church. TQA't't '
;Survivors Include three,sow. M.D: upon your..U''act1on.t' l are''nothappy with'your. return i4t '
fcbM you purchase ;WtfiB h ill -iszCh dnge it Qr : '
I Gassett of Stark CaMd CwdMaett'of WS money If adverMietfiwcnalrKHiia fully refU"d'yoM.f? ,; :;tl t'f m
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Gainesville a'J James H Gassett w" i ia hot avaKabl' wa'll ghgdty/\ 'taou.-you a rnch. We want you to be happyT' caw.aweao; "n aa.ku, ,tt';' : f

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,, : : Secretary of State George awards ceremony,Firestone will host crafts display and entertainment by
,;: Firestone has announced plans for the the gala opening of a new exhibition Journey Into Jazz Bits 'N Pieces
t state's fifth annual Arts Day celebration Department of State Visual Arts Puppet Theatre ;folk singer Will
04 .. ".... scheduled: for April 37 In Fellowship recipients at 'the Top-of- McLean, the Miami Momentum
''t t,, :'II'; f'1' Tallahassee. the-Capitol Gallery, located on the dance group, European clown Bill
,,\ I ;" Initiated by Firestone In 1979 to 22nd floor of the Florida Capitol.: Snyder, mimes, jugglers, and more.
'. ,f', make legislators and the public more Wednesday' 'Art Day Itinerary' Tickets for the luncheon are $7.50
!i\' (', ,, .1 aware of the vast contributions the begins with a 9:30 a.m. orientation each and should be purchased in ad
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'' 1'IJ ,!.h \ .' \ j arts make to Florida's economic well- session led by Firestone in the vance. Checks for luncheon tickets
; } ::. ... being and quality of life,Arts Day activities Capitol's Cabinet' Meeting Room, should be made out to the Tallahassee
: ( .' include performances, exhibitions followed by meetings 'with local Arts Council and mailed by April 11 to
'\:1:1'1".,.>'. a luncheon and opportunities legislators. the Division of Cultural Affairs
"$ ;./ tunity
"n';' .' "". local representative to take their legislators to Tallahassee Fl 32301
Firestone will kick off Arts Day at 6 lunch when Firestone hosts a noon
p.m. on Tuesday, April 26. with the luncheon' In the outdoor courtyard For more Information on Arts Day,
annual presentation of the Governor'! between the old and new Capitol call the Division of Cultural Affairs at
41 Award for the Art Followlnu "1e buildings. The. luncheon will feature! (904) 487-2980.
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US Choice Steak :2 Eggs, Hot Biscuits Grits 3.95

French Toast (with warm maple syrupy . 1.95

Stagecraft... .Creamy Sausage Gravy flc Hot Biscuits . . 99

Shown here 1s a scene 'rom'the hilarious r"a eatclM's Boss Kevin Booth a. Jack Sunshine and Heidi Caverly a. e EASTER SUNDAY DINNER 1
Daughter'
stage produetJon. From Left to right aref Dan Sheriff Death Valley Nell.
Presley at Whiplash Snivel, Christine Viickovlc as Lotta v 00 ,lltSO aura till 9iOO p.m. W

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Chicken fie Dressing. 3.75 Ham Ac Raisin Sauce 3.75
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Stagecraft '83, a talented of Dan Presley, unless Sheriff Death public is $2.
Keystone High School juniors group and Valley Nell, played by Heidi Caverly, Flounder at Creole SMC*, 3.75 Top Butt Steak t. 495
Sweet .
seniors, directed by Sister Gerry can get her act together. orphans featured in the play Broiled Roast
will
Hacker, will present Tim, Kelly's Rucker include, Kevin Michelle Coursey Pepe, Lee Davis Susan; Grouper Lemon/Butter 6.95 Sirloin'of Beef AU.JII. 3.75 <
hilarious Preceding arrival
melodrama The lovely
Ratcat
cher' Daughter, on Friday, April 22 Sweet Lotia SniivBliss, portrayed by or who Pam Lafleur chunk playing Lady Pilfer'' U.S. Choice Filet Mlngon a 08. . . . .. ... . 7.95
at 7:30 p.m. in the Elementary School .Christine Vuckovic,from London who has a of larceny'for a' (Dinners Include choice of:3 vegetables hot biscuits)
heart; Feathertop (Brad Harvey),an
Careto um. plans to open a school. Lotta Bliss
.happens to be a ratcatcher's Indian with no reservations; or/ Check Our Daily Specials In The
This comedy a mini-musical,'Is set daughter. Miss Bliss Is in love with Lavinia Lalloon'(Crystal Stewart). a
in Ole Death Valley (Calif.), where Jack Sunshine (Kevin Booth), a dedicated temperance leader; or Oyster Bar
Auntie Hush, played by Michelle An- salesman for wash-and-wear furs. Cuspidor (John Cox), an old proapector "
drews, runs an orphanage in an aban- Business has not been good.. formerly known as Spittoon.The Oysters on the 1/2 Shell . .(f .".' io.. 2.00

be doned tossed stagecoach out bv the stop. She will soon Parents and the public are Invitedto entire cast invites one and all to Alaskan, Crab Legs . ..,.-. .<:*."!,!'.,!".")>. 14.95 -
unscrupulous city come and watch the wild antics in i come out for an evening of laughter .
'.licker,'.Whiplash.Snivel, played by person. Admission for the general<< and fun. Combination Seafood Platter . 6.95

eafood Au-Gratin. . . . ... 5.95
I ':A new way to cut, telephone bills?

Meeting Space Available Breakfast & Lunch
A new government on' isting customer who moves" or1: requests -' limit to sell all telephones "inplace"to
''telephone equipment may provide away a change in service: existing customers. All Day Sunday.(Groups up to Forty) ,
for, customers to cut down on According to Continental Telephone
their monthly telephone bills. The Company of the South's State
change results from the Federal Com- Manager, Jeff McGehee, the federal
munications Commission's deregulation government's plan to deregulate
ruling that ordered telephone telephone equipment formally began
companies to discontinue .leasing January 1, 1983. The Federal Communications ..
telephone equipment to. .new Commission has also
'customers., This also affects: ..,any ex- .jfiven telephone companies a time ,.t
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These ilghtseeen took a guided tour around the Clay Comeeting last Thursday
op facilities In Keystone Heights during the 45th annual '
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I from Over page 1 4,000 attend Clay Co-op's '45th I Itransmission / $1 6 000 Fully Loaded Discount Before.Trade!!


line In over a rural area would "put over 10,000 inmates backon voting for the only contested seat up
right now we have to go through an our roads working for the state." for !grabs this year at the annual
almost unbelievable maze of regula- .E.T. Martin was recognized for 35 meeting.Ironically. LTD Station Wagons ((2))
tions," Lewis said. "We now have to years of service to the Cooperative, Wingate, had to hold off .
hire archeologists to go over each along with several other employeeswho the challenge of a man he had. 4 DoDr"fully-DadU .
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mile of the proposed route to see if we had put in long years of service at defeated nine years ago to win. !
are disturbing things like Indian the utility.Clay Richard Murrhee could tally but 550
mounds or historical artifacts. This Co-op Assistant Manger Tom votes to Wingate's 994 in his latest at- 11. $ OOZois.Dunt
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may be a good idea but when we haveto my Millican received approval by tempt for the board position for the lt Before Trade!!.
pay for it out of our own pockets it voice vote from the members to write District 1 seat. Two other seats were 1
hits a little closer to home.' off $285,000 in' uncollected electric tin-opposed this year. District 8 incumbent -
bills from the 1982 fiscal year. C.M. Smith received 978 f\N A1 rGMM "
"These are difficult times for rural Millican told the crowd that the sum votes and incumbant Angus Hastingstook
co-operatives"in America and we need represents? only .4 percent of the$89.5 1,018 votes to return to his seat
your support, Lewis concluded. million collected and said the reason representing District 9. -
Guests in the audience last Thurs- for the low amount was due to the fact A proposed amendment to the Co t
day Wayne included Hollingsworth State Representatives Rep. Frank through that the Co-op capitol had credits recovered refunds$79,000 eliminates' trustee\ nominations by-laws which from I; : 31 1983 -MUlang"GL"
Williams and Clay Commissioner withheld frommembers who are the floor at the annual meeting but
Wayne Spivey. as well as Keystone behind in payments on their bills. allows write-in votes on the ballot was 3 Door Hatchback 3.8L Six Cyl. Engine. Auto.::Trans, ,
Heights City officials.Hollingsworth overwhelmingly approved by a voice P195WSW, Console Power Steering, Power Brakes,
got a big round of Wingate re-elected vote from the assembled members.
from the crowd when he asked applause Keystone's Ray Wingate was The change was approved by a vote of Air Glass, AM/FM, ', Stereo, Wire Wheel 'Covers.,
for their support of a bill he has sponsored returned to his position on the Clay 938175. The change will take effect' 1 '
in this year's legislature that Co-operative's Board of Trustees In next year. i $

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Lake 'City .Man bles'lt' it"S TUwfwas. charged with creating a' Child: tat.ltti:School The Polill"*'winging: to a Memphis The. ,-'rriock! ( disaster drill.*. are .- According' to medical) .authorities. ,
.? disturbance after being asked'four! ; I Tn. man received $500 damage necessary so rescue, fire and law en kerosene is' no longer aa1 I acceptedtreatment
'In Union :Accident lime to leave Debra Country Kitchen, Judge seals,ilVIother ; Damage to the Ford driven by Donny forcement agencies can test their for head lice. .
; tilenry Roger Liatc.IIa, 38- at approximately Jso::' a.m.! according Parent. who% 'do not keep Wise of Starke received$100 damage. readiness and ability to Interact with
YMty.was: killed wheir'lIIa""=, 'I d.( to S. Bhoden and children 1ft each other in case real disaster ever
> school may FloridaSweetheart
!Uader a log truck March CaptlM' themselvA! in Jail,according: toty befalls Bradford County. Miss
After !
weat of L to leave Lea car 31-
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tinued to eat out of Mistrial DeclaredIn
elae'a
someone
LIston Kerosene Old
apparently fell Remedy'
asleep! at the Monday -Bradford County m'Was
plate. According to Rhoden when he
wheel, according,worked D. C. asked Xleave he was shoved ordered to spend two nights In than Conspiracy Trial For Head,Lice
:Ijtoberts.; He had
'the physically
'lblft at the Lake Butler Reception and contempt of court. ,W<; the A 14 year-old Bradford County boy I.Tv .
Bradford
dued and taken to Bradford County Circuit Court
edleal Center then attended. cUss,1. where he Hospital Carole, Hall la charged with viola, trial of Aaron Frank was taken by SUt-Flight to Shands .bRy held April 23rd In the
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Mid Roberta, r was treated for the injuries tiort of the mandatory attendance law' Taylor charged Hospital In Gainesville March 25 suf- ,
According to Union Count '- tocuehrersonnel incurred during the arrest. After chl.lcthalt been iardV .,: with conspiracy to traffic in a controlled fering from burns,according to Depu- Stark* High School Auditorium
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treatment Lee was taken to the more; the 1] : substance, to wit: cocaine
oounTotaT -
Listen Paul
dead thrree ( ty Stegall. .
was when they tyJail than forths of school The trial began Monday afternoon at 7:00 p.m.
arrived on the acenfe bond'for the days this year; according to! School,! .with the state their Kerosene had been poured over 6 Afl_ Group 3-24,
chareea wad set presenting
The driver of.the truck., Allen records. After aeveral court David Marchant'a head aa a treatment
Wayne Townsend of Jacksonville was at$ ,300.Lee pas' a released; on his own pearances the mother continued apj ioi witnesses and recessed at 6 p.m. for head lice. His brother James 4 Categoric
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Sometime
taken to Shands,Teaching Hospital. in: ''recognizance... ,, violate the court order according' to, the later that evening one of ignited a lighter which tnnamedDavid' enter 1. 2 or All
"I. jurors received a call at her home ,
hair
first second and
causing ,
Gainesville.
Judge Pierce,so he ordered her to Jail Door Admission $2.00
the
concerning defendant, according
Liston..Driving a ,,1983 Ford J third degree burns over David'a head
was starting March 28. ;ivI
westbound on SR-100 when his vehicle 'La wtey Man Arrested Intend to. pursue this line of ao to Elwell.Assistant State Attorney,Thomas and hands. FM Mara ,....-.-CMKMClmly : .
'crossedthe centerline and collided For:Txaftic'Charges' that to enforce mandatory attendance The David, 14, of Starke was treated at DaiwittaI
With the 1078 CMC's left front wheel ,"said Judge Pierce. "Children'; calling party said he waa a the scene by EMT'a Scotty Taylor and H N.W. 41..AVMMM
and drive axel. Townsend attempted- .James Calvin Brown, S3, of Lawtey must be. educated so they can bold- friend believe of the the defendant defendent and he did The not Paul West; then transported to '0'....... K*2'OI
to avoid the accident was charged with driving while intoxicated was guilty. Shanda. .
by leaving the jobs in the future, otherwise the caller said he knew she would do the t Jo79M
Roadway Where his truck'' driving white his license was '' '
jackknifed public ends up supporting them right thing when It came time for a ...
causing the.frailer to overturn. revolted and leaving the scene of an According to the school attendance- verdict.
Damage to the GCM waa. 930,000..' :accident with Injuries, according to Clerk, Mr a. Imogene Redding-! The juror called the sheriff'a office
Creek
'the Ford was totalled. Trooper D.Ck Roberts school'for Alligator
students who are absence from .
who
in turn contacted John J'
Judge
'r There will no charge filed lirujje Brown, driving a 1973 Chevrolet, aeveral days and cannot be reached Crews
who The
accident;; according to Homicide InjresUgator -' ran a atop sign on CR-223 and collided by phone are referred to the principal were Interviewed was presiding.Tuesday Jurors
morning
Calvin Pacev broadside with a< 1962 Ford' pickup Jim Duncan: After evaluation' and a mistrial was declared. Ranch Missing???
which was southbound on US-301. The ''Mr. Duncan refer them to the-,: An arrest in the Jury tampering la
Impact both of the vehicles in- visiting teacher. The teacher attempts .
building said Elwell. The oftense
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Man expected soon -
Baker Charged 1 '
to' the
the aide
on west of
to visit OF contact the student",
With'DWI'In,Accident US-310 7 If she is unable to do so a petitiOit of ; defender la a will three-degree be punished felony, accordingto and the That's right, Alligator Creek will be missing the ranch part

Lee Rescue 60 responded to the accident truancy is filed with the court.Accor Elwell.. '.. of.the Alligator Creek Ranch. Inc.'from' now on. Because
Willie Carter of .
Macclennywaa taking the Injured to Bradford County .
.ding to Mrs..Bedding freshxQen.a&
Charged with driving .while- Intoxicated The many people do not know that this business is more than a
Hospital. Injured included the
March22. .according to Assistant .driver of the pickup Herman O. Hile 'offenders.Bradford:High Schoofar. the won. < -V, ranch I 111 I We are a feed mill,we handle a full line of Carna-
Chief of Police Harold: Crews. of Pa. and his wife and Herbert' '" tion feed. We have all types of hardware, seed, fertilizer,.
Carter driving.a'1979 Dataun, was- Franklin of Lawtey-a passenger in .....l;;L'Three SentencedIn vet. supplies, tack, pumps, motors and many other items
traveling north on US-301 in Starke the Chevrolet, according' to Man ;" Circuit Court
Struck On Moped too
when changed lanes Paul numerous to mention. WE CAN SUPPLY MOST OF
striking a 1978 paramedic West
pldamobil in the right aide. .Brown left the scene on foot but was At SR-320 and Call Stol Three people were sentenced In YOUR FARM, HARDWARE AND FEED NEEDS.For example

; Damage to the Datum was$500. apprehended by a county deputy. Jack ROwe of'Starke taken to',' Bradford County Circuit Court Mon- compare the following items and see how.we can
Damage to the Oldsmobile driven by Total bond was set at $900Brown was day by Judge John J Crews, to a total save MONEY.
the'Bradford Ho tallortreatment you
Joyce A.Patten of/South Carolina wa. ,was released .on .hieown p Li ,.. of eleven years.
$300. recognizance. 'i after Call his moped_.was.. struck March 23 Edward Cummings, 16, has been Sug. Retail Ours,

'a: $300 Carter cash wa bondLawtey released. after he. posted' totaled Damage was to$500.the Chevrolet Damage to which the three was on Rowe,Street.on a 1982: Puck moped..wae. adjudicated sentenced to five an years adult in the'and Florida was 20 Gal.. Galv Garbage Can .........".... ... ;1I.1t 12.50No. '

quarter ton pickup was $10,000. 'attempting,was struck by to cross a 1974 Water Dodge St.which when was he Department of Corrections. 5 Hand Tub w/Bail. ... ....,.........:.... .... ,,1.11 5.42

'Accident .. ;crossing the Intersection after stopping ,menace Judge Crews to society said who CUmmings had been was in a 6" Gate Hook .,. . ._.. ..,.\............ .. .. ,. ..in2.22

One Hospitalized Lawtey Man Charged at the to atop Patrolman sign on Wayne Water St.Wilkinaon. according trouble since be was 10 years old. Brass 3/4 Hose Bibbs ..... ......... ... ... ...,.... ...t.5Tv1.94

Marilyn Duncan, 82. of ,With, DWI On US-301 :; :credit Cummings for jail time will served.receive 105 daya Work Gloves . . .. .. .......... ....,... ,..,..,...o3.00
,La wtey was cited violation of rightof Williams of Damage! to the moped was! $150.' Alphonso was sentenced Elect. Fence Insulators : 1.90 '
Floyd Stanley Lawteywas Damage to the Dodge, driven by Jac- Covlngton ((25)) ....:..t.'*-.2.a:
way in an accident March 23, with DOC
ac- charged with driving while Intox- to three years for burglary
cording to Trooper William Abrama. icated March 25,> .according to quelyn. J. Betteraon" was S2$.- ,of a structure. 23-5-10 Atrazine Weed & Feed ZI.......r. .I..1Z.1111.66

:..Duncan driving a 1977.Ford waa 'Trooper W. D. Langston. EMT' Rowe Dan was Cuddington treated at the and scene Rescue by' Covington will receive 54 days 23-5-10 Trimec Weed & Feed ...... .-.... :..,.n.isll.66\" ,
attempting to turn left at a median Williams credit for jail time served.
crossover Intersection of US-301 and driving a UTS was Pontiac.stopped on His US-301 blood, Supervisor Cliff Chapman then' FSP inmate Laurence Taylor was 36 /. Zinc'Sulphate Gran ...... ... ... .>........ .. ...,......4.05 i

CR-125. The Ford drove into the left' alcohol content was .12 percent, according -treated transported and released to BCH,,where' he. was found guilty of battery of a law en- 36% Zinc Sulphate Gran so*... ....'..-,... ....... .. .m9 28.49 I
aide of a southbound 1982 AMC auUonwagon. to the arrest record. .. forcement officer and sentenced to
.' driven by .William ,H. Bond was set at$300. Williams was three years to run consecutively with Undane. Concent. 1'1I... . .. .. .... .. ,. .........mi 8.35 ;
Slinking. released on a surety bond. his current sentence. BIRDSEED
-'Slmldna of New 'York City'waa.

tranaported to Bradford Hospital by Starke Accident P-70 Parakeet Seed ion...... .... .. .. .. ...;. .. :,"... 15.00
Rescue fIlL Duncan was treated at the Parrot Feed : 14.50
Big Fay 2>. *
scene by Rescue Supervisor Cliff Juvenile Enters FlIP Finds Stolen,CarA : : .
Chapman stolen vehicle was discovered ''Mock Disaster Drill -Small Black Stripe Sunflower Seed I
WindowA
Damage to the AMC'was $3,500. By Smashing Wednesday morning when Starke Fancy Parakeet Seed Cuttle Bone
Damage Held In Starke Friday. I
to the Ford was $1,000 In the
juvenile threw a yellow driveway minor
police investigated a traffic)ac-
U:10 p.m,accident.! .., maker through the window, then' cident. --.Brac1forcLCounty Rescue held its Favorite Canary Feed 'M1xFavorite Finch Feed
jumped through the window at the The driver of a I960 Pontiac was Annual; mock disaster drill Friday Feeders & Waterers Pigeon Feed County Bird Mix !
Florida Highway' Patrol building "girl watching" as he Was traveling; "'{afternoon. The drill was a simulated
All seed (In smaller
bird
Man Arrested about 2 a.m. March 26' ?north on.grange SUn the school tone; i Ifbcploalan andofir;* atU, >* Starke sold qu ntlt q$. r'.J
%t Restaurant iQ ..j ''I' f The juvenl".W1Hf: -rarIn1i: Land his vehicle atruck'he rear tt a.. i Power Plant.y' jjfr* |*j'!. .; ,. We are easy Wfini 1!. veouth on US 30Utg thfi Starke I:)
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J1rnj :Carrolt"Lee! ; ; of Stake :" a he wanted to .Ior traf : :" /eiI:! ''with wounds x and injuries Ranging ..
wall arrested March 24 and charged the station was closed. Michael C: Milan waa charged withi 'from minor burns and lacerations to or give us a ball at 964-6973.
with disorderly intoxicated: ;'batteryof : 'The- juvenile was charged with 'carelessdriving and'having' art severe third degree burns and frac-
a law. enforcement' officer; ,burglary and released to his parents, altered tag in addition to the charge of, tures. There were aeveral victims Alligator Creek Farm Center
"resisting"arrest and "ttespaas. after according Investigator ,Don Den: grand theft, according to Patrolman "unconscious' due to smoke inhala-
,warning. ton.iTI7i'. David Crum. tion and severe trauma. Hwy. 301 S. Starke 964-6973
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month. on entire ACM* LANDt M Deer- 4732$29s 415.1015.1ok. ': WORK V BulMmgi patio, Choltn "tTdJcatlonalBuilding.
10 ecrea Discount*. One (waterfront weed KMI,'|.......north of GttIIMcbIW. -Park. cRRPET' Auo'MIYIt m. .rldltlens r.mod.ling K..fan.H."h" .
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lot. Call ""-"375. 3/3 473-270 2/J
lfncha ......., has utilIty. ,.... 100 $Q.- fT.I avallablo. .Free estimate. Ten yeanenperteM .. ... Phone 4734473during tfnchg ,
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Icon"r aluminum boat portable lift and. IMP. ......,. ."...0.. .,......' ,Post flea, aokfor. dock Mlk. Terms .....'1..1.. ..' Phon. '473-20144 9/24 4tchg.ni work, kitchen Early Bird. 7 Regular.
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17.,.., .11 dryer $ \Q/_. |IOO a Repair ,.m.:: :3/3 tfnchUUd thorn please call
; Senior Scout Loa Green and cookies during the recent cookie ale. A/C porta poll. lea and box.2 .I2-1 4-IB*. /,.-,/>8 dopolt. Call 4732747Mon.Frt. plea {Mobile Home '..,! mo Monitor' at 473-2210
sleep 4 adult << SAM ., with,
Heather O'Steen were super cookie That's over 12,00 boxes of cookies. etchg. I fAIt
children.$1250 negotiable. '-' p.m. and |Repelr and Roof Cealbig. during bulna.. hour.
I seller .t the Florida Bank cookie 473-2B18 .or Jacksonville 'COMMIROAI: ,, PROPERTY on Saturday,'*1|: 8/3.31 4ichg >.Free(......... I OoBese" Yablts end. l-Vop '2/10 ffnSubscribe' ., .
boo4h. Thanks to people like Jimmy 368-284. a/31-4/14 3tpd corner of Lawrence Blvd. POll RIMT-WHTH: lANDS .,.M.. _I., plus.Andrw..

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'r. Neighborhood told over l.WM cam of *. .,.. sood -...... canedlti.n and SR-21 Intersection: porch, $30O/month. ALSO Height 1/31 2tpd 4/07 'LAKE REGION
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. 614 Enjoys Cypress Gardens 473-134 after 6. .r ;*comer 3-slda of .h".118O..ft.A.. 2 '.. '$' 4732210Pwarco
\ Troop 473-400 before 4.-. k for on lid fan, lSO/month '.
0....... "31 I tpdCAS building. Owner financed, KeystoneHalghM Realty 'mobile hem. a..aa..
OVER CAMPER long with low Interest rate.Call47J.e92Q Inc.. REALTOR 477961: Control. A/C.: '
614 The ventured Girl Scouts to Winter of Starke Haven Jr. Troop last Sara Smith, MeUnda Powell Robin wheel bo... $400. Call : or 173-:34]1 311. 3/34 HnehoMR. Melroio. .

!! weekend to enjoy a two-night stay at McRee Roberts Rebecca Jenifer Nugent Stivers Candice Susann 473-7331 3/31-4/7' 2tchg NOTICE ., .2SATNI.moblUhome 47-1170 : I Appliance Rvpalr

i the Cypress Isle campground at Judd Cathy Burton. Michelle Stin with. fencod yard.-.' '

Cypress Gardens. nett Karen' Coleman Rosa Lee CLASSIFIED ADVUmiNO 473-400o--esk. Ili BUI. All Work Guaranteed

S Up early for breakfast Saturday Coins and Cadet assistant Lisa should .be submitted to the --6 p.m. call 65-211t.. Huntley'.t- All ..."" .,Including. Micro*.....
.S morning the Troop was at the Tierney. lake Region Manila"office. Redfearn'sSERVICES Serving t....Region'M4) '
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; 10 a.m. and spent a full day at the at- Diane Tierney and Asst. Leader unless credits Oroafj'way .
: traction.The ski show a boat ride and Elaine Mrs! Velma already established with I

= stroll through beautiful oriental Clemens Collings Mr. and were Mrs. Gary Davis thl. office.MONITOR. CAN. i TREE' SERVICE .! t k473:10: _'.. c ,. . . .. ., . $
STAFF
r gardens magic acts, bird shows M... Eva Carter Mrs. Gaile McRee b Removal i t '' < "
NOT BC! HELD RESPONSIBLE.FOR .
rides games and the zoo were packed Mrsh Cheryl Moss Mr. Buddy Coll '
IN i Trimming j jf
i into the long day which ended with ings and Mr. Mike Tierney. Also ON OUR'CLASSIFIEDS MISTAKES IS '..-' 473.4252 .Used Mob'lie Homes
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD I Ii ii
the girls for souvenirs to bring f*. Free Estimate i "
i shopping helping were Jimmy Davis and Mike
TAKEN OVER THE Firewood g gAnytime BedroomsOn
i home. Tierney Jr. Call Today TELEPHONE., i ; ,., 2 & 3

: Girls Scouts going on the troop were Also donating to the campout were Cla..I'I", ''d.adlln. Is ., { i Repaln MajorCeralng .

i Beth McKinney Malisa Sarntinorant Noegel Auto Sales, which supplied a 964-6305 Tuesday noon prior to i i 'I EJecIttc full year warranty'
Amee Krlsti van for the weekend McDonald's 473-4732 AppIucu'
; Ferguson, Harrison ; :Thursday publication. : Completely' Reconditioned'
= Allison Farnsworth Brandi Barrett which gave drinks ice cups anacoolers 473-2210 Minimum charge I* IS : After a P.M. :: Bradforf a

Lynn Looney Cheryl Moss, Angela ; and the Starke Fire Dept., 496-2261 word. for, $3.79, than,10 K..tona. Height' i1 Clay CwnOe. John D. Brown
J Carter Angela ParrUh Missy Davis which provided tables. cent for* each word J "
Ucontexl ft insuredPERSONAL Lan.ea Blob, K.ysdas '
I I thereafter .........i.. .. ..... Home ,Center Inc.
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sR-21 4T3-377S Keystone H....:,

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I REAL WED FOR SALE : FOR RENTTYI'IW.ITTI.S --

: .. SERVICES Pressure'Wishlng:
ESTATE
RAM SHEEP $90. Phone Subscribe
AND. ADDING -
WILL PAY CASH For 496-3993. ttchfl 3/31. Mobile mes'
IVCRY
your AUCTION FRIDAY MACHIMIS' POR
LOOKING piece of property FOR a -special If I Idon't used ,mobllo homo. Roy CALADIUM BUUSi 30 cant* AND SATUROAYi. 7:30 p.m. RENT Union County Time*. ,Houses, Stucco;etc 'Today
each. 93 dozen
Powell\ 496-3377. TFN 1/27. or per In Moeclenny,. Florida. 89 8W. 2nd A"Lak..
i hav.lI. I'll find it-Just -
I.iS largo 1 gallon llgustrum and ,....... 473-4165
: ask....JANE S. USHER. $1.90. Silver Dollar ,.Hauler Buyer* Butler. 496-2261 formore .Community Church
WANTED Middle ag.d ]
REALTOR 496-2126 or wekome. Call ;299-2423 or information. TFN Free Estimates
Eucalyptus Trees $ .50. ,
f..ol. to help cloan houses m
299-4471 for more Information. 10/1.
496-2TO3. .".., "Your "
Union County Realtor tfn and willing to drive on Contrary. Rd. Mary 121. loCrosso.Phon. Gard.n.St. .. 4tchg ..... 2/24. TRAIlIt FOR RENTiAvallable !eeystone llekllttl
JANE 'S. USHER 3/26. trip. Non-smokor and 462-1961. Closed ClYDI CLIMONS 1' Is no after April 19. 3
non-drirtker. Call 496-3516. 'longer 1 responsible for any .bedroom. I and. 1/2 .bath, let ASSEMBLY. NonDenominationalBsMod
3/31 2.choa7 Sunday. .and Monday. bills Mary Arm demons control .heat and air 2, MlllsrCrsesr)I
Vour Union County Realtor 3tchg. make. after I tpd 3/31. mile* out of L.... Butler '0 F GOD C SUNDAYBsrly I
"".2126 or 496-2903 SubscribeToday YARD WORK DOMb Cleaning Calf 496-3081 or 496-39e7. .......:t.mmWsrsklo
1 360 W.Main St..lake ButlerIOOVI7S Independent Classified Ads and mowing, reasonable I tpd.3/31. 109 X Church'I. .'-, ,:.-
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Dozl.r$..rykePp Get Results: rate Also .buy Aluminium :21 ,1..2M1. tost SR2I4.SUNDAY
,can*.bra l and cooper. Call a... .\ WEDNESDAYw.Lihq..iv1e
the | the hou,. .
Acres. Front* New River' .In Union. C-. ...,. No |eb toe eb-By big aria,_II. "." .OpportunityLH., L.a, Stalvey. :4962773.". .-.' :F;.;t.t11 _. .. ..........._..._...,....,....,., .... .'. ..-.....,..
.. Busln" iJl'rl.r3s3T Jff. rod :
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Very attracHva farming era High Quality Work AConvsmlefltc .-' III..nc.... l"oaltWYgsd/ .; ,. THURSDAY
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I .. 4 BR, 2 BA Cent. '''A.. I As,,,;. ,4,, ft''. t:", CsI..Irt..c1rf'K'NJN' j,, ft',...pw'v. *StoHr Wflrh GW"f>**> ; ;'.:' INS iAN CE;' !: ffi /I-A'ed'1A"IIrt/OC"/ >8ie ..WYsdslp..dridp.m.. ...If.( ...,, w ,,aver...,..........
__ Financed.
) 54 le Acre H. Owner 4t7loeBrine For Laa.. f''iJ EVelAV Nei '720 .ME 3rd." St. roar <8UUr hrsU (uvtloatABUNDANT .
If Acre* -.I.tI. Owner Financed.IVt 'c..
3 Acre Owner "_lICe. No down pmt. 11'1... MAINES IrcMmANCI AOf MCVi .j' BR' 1e x'4'j :WlC lllDAv ..see.
l... 'Acre.. Weeded, fenced .-.. ...... Need en-sight dealer with strong meriteHng skills. .. MO S. lake Ave.. Lake .e-IJ xl?. living room, Sam..........,...7aM pm.Pbonet ...--A....

"bwo.lt.. Fin ._11. Jonos Stare currently company ..........' <. Butleri 496-3978. Cemplsite. I3'x20'i dining- room, .'. < I1p.41.
2 Bdnnl MH with one ..... .........]. Small down Capital required for grocery inn......,. .w. Insurance $.rytc: ..JFN 17x12 hltcheni( 12xl2! ,47)-iM32

psyrn.nt eM .ssum. Land Fill No goad wills,franchise. .. High volume location den, I2>x20>with flreploce. PASTOR LIFE
Nice .large.let In attracthre'riamolen o.k.off US.301 Install new septic tanks. _II..... In late Butter and It..... Subscribe Today W/W carpet on hardwood I came that they may

Ieuth .'....... drain line* a Filter.. Call Collect Fred Powell UNION COUNTY- floors. 1.76 acres of land. EARL A*THOMPSON have life, and have it

1W MH 3 BR. 3 BA.: leeks brand new. Smell ........ ....... Area Cod.,17G-3030' ?TIMES George Langley4902W9 AOwrdtOf abundantly; '
Hausa-4 BR,2 BA. Price reduces) Make offer.30TO ">. wiI w, John RSV
2-Stery Pump Septic tank :. X :yyuktti..ocod" ed.I t .49B. 2BJ I PI.eic. yip 10:10
I Ac. ....... Many Possibilities.. Reduced. Pumping H....-up a ..
L I Very .Hr etiv. 3 ... 2 BA home on. 1 Ac. In town.rmHA Repair '
1 -r r ww rwYIw1.w IrlrA l 1 r i wtt1r w I
Owner may /loon... 'I.I: y. a1 '''Ott... .,. ". '
I Houses for ..... 275-217 St3rl'O U '.,oml,.. .' :1 'y; .I"f,

I House an small farm In 1'.1.. ..... I .rl', ; ;:"n i?1 -: .' 'vltl Pr'\6 tF.. ...w w '., >. I .' :. .+ I I
: Hog .... p' '
; ,fOKS.AL'Ei();; ':T. .;*];?.eFOReALE, FOR SALE !i 'i s WANTED '-' '!

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....wooo..o. SALBc ak'(t'b" 'EDn73YJMtr ilM'! "!rtATIS. NIGH UOHt RIBS. GOT YOU AXLES TIRESt 3 axles +'. ,

or dido.4.4's1 iMgtlt 84' to"br:;73x38";'' 'c.nrs each.-: Us- DOWN Well;, .h.,.'s'. tire.. We plck.up. IIOOi MUBlit HOME
Now Accepting Applicationsfor ..0'. prk..,./71 c. d "Wfo! ptgtfing newspaper.OrecW fall". Now you 'can cut; You "*.11.... $1.1. Olin. NO TRAFFIC
scrap, flrewa04> or..plA4 faV rilnar .,.,...Ir. your light bill by 50 percent, Mobile Home Sale. Hwy. SERVICE POLES I PROBLEMS
..}4, 1 n.j ln.ldbIt3II'adfbrd l | County or ........' Really, find out' 100. W, Starke.. o4-56p4.' ., I here. with tkls 3 it,,<
.hl..A r"' } 01'm Telear. $ih6S, .. "". how. Send $4.00 plus JJ. TFchg h.fHPllfJl'S ill Off! 1'I .eraM'j
i .964J ,. .' .'/.ICOMMnONtti TV" Co4- ,cent postage and handling' SwbscnbeTedevIWANTIDlOtD CH/A. t34.0e wltn-tt
v,3, : :: osetphatngwat'' 10000. "to: Electric.Bill. P.O. Pox TOOU-010 20U I 4MP financing evellebl ';d.I ,'

; One & Two Bedroom RASITSP .'!n,12"""'" l'i& oVI...'*weJ ................ '922, Stork.. Florida 33091.?; STANLEY PlANESl Phone j 258.00C.tll I I I IRA PAUUCNRR R
ApartmentsLAKE It SALE *.** tl I 64nS21v6/lVtfn; (30 day refundable). I tpd. 964.3331.6 ..m. to 9 .' '
..'....1-)1..0>frtQ*t. rtf.ilpOI9tca'tl L $ OF, HIIKIN AND SON* ILK'TftONCIS. ,, OT46S-IS3I. 1/JOtfr, TSOMEONI. flntimi'4.68II8I.
L_"" .. Bale end'\ TO RINT TO' '..Waldo
south "Starke'W'vS&n',; I I AIIQP"'T '.IfAHIA hay, ....Iru All mak..d ;r rmodals. OWN or ron" 'month tomonrh. ,' *,
BUTLER APARTMENTS 468-1919.3/10: 4tpd .. I II ) 931pure
.: SIARS PIOST.P.I ,I J; tlf C8s, radios, video game/ calculator. .
S130 after'9>30.96447V9.. t: !iC" ul ... small.. Colt 'typewriters
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1005 S.W. 6th L. Lake Butler. Florida 3/24 tfn' -"'''''' -\ ;i", j ..brecL: nd dog. "9msMGtoMiOr$75.00. '9644716. 3/31 tfn Also have one hoary duty
LAWN-ACTOR1 "-'I' lip Coll ,copying. _hi.... Hurry .C: & C' Mini Storag .7 '

riding' Murray"4t peJ ".96f.SO aa; 'Dp333Ttp /.. .. ', MOBILE'HOMES Coma by today and check'us .
APARTMENTS FEATURE ,36" vlrh ......... 'cwttf n, _'..JHE OFFICE/ SHOP, Now .
Renting
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ducks 347.799A,3 2 ; 110 W. Coll-St.;. Starke.,

Wd to wad carpeting .I Draperies> 'Refrigerator ATTINT ttn _ION 'OIL. .(155651Hays yfttma.'14,1', mater.roiling-. FOR SALE 964-9764;; .....tin....Tadayl'' : 'Our, Grand.,Opening Special. ;>;"

Grade A'atar alii l1 In ti1.M Also bailCpl: {. '. < ,; tub D CAM- 011 nruot,.: '1st Mont i"
Stove faculties 1/2
On-Slght Laundry s444406. i ; ALiti ,- off )
sealed gallon contalnarsl, :, schp 3$1. A. W MOBILE HOM|$ ; Running er N.t.M.d, a do, _
50 cents .0 q .""A/.o'- ". ;MIC.'. ITSMSL4.Por.'. $"'I.Wa".Iik..noow. l7Sr. 4 New and Used Mobile.Home t!!f .repairforwhat-hevo-you.. .I!, .' ;..6z1x. 'x12' .1( x1212x18..
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gallon drum of :.hraVoulte' ., for *alev-Walter. ;,j, 'Mealat'I.. *peck .W
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dryer tl2- inquire at
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Equal Housing Opportunity fluid.331'CHINES can ,941.5930.,3'242tch .. T. chain,,$175.+ ,tereo,.: SlOOIdesk ,(Bud) Alvore. ..lrndte" ..you":i; ty.' 96oI-7970'aftw' *v"p.m. ,, '' .. Starke
/ ; .3/17 4tch /.1f11 _* . Hwy 301 S.:> ,.'...I020'
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Rental Assistance Available for those who 1 pUOSt One male; S10O. .plot.,. (rove. canto out, browse AXIIS TIRESTulin axle, :
'. qualify ana f......... Adult. (Color -' $100; ,dresterwltH.nlaMstand Highway'. .17t ..SaulhvPolotfca. A .
'four'tires.., 140.Green'
0\ ) Pawn '. Call Donald $95 Q.i> washer}, Hondo 329-9991 and f '

f 49631.41r M4.9I50.Bagwell Itpd after 3I. $9 1.11 1. p.m. ,OfA'S129.BIO 96.ttQ AND MMTfOKM 9/31 If72 or 32s.MONACO-.6e :a/altirt.M ..bll.,12.70.,3 ;.,,i 'South. *Starka.vVeldlna 101'SLACK Fl.Shop.64-SO07' 301# . ". .r;:..
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ROCKSR.t2S0; dining table. 3/17 4tcHg '
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,and ',chairs. JjWOt'bunktwd. "-. bedroom,' AND WHIPS OR COLA( .J' \ \PIRST' :
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.'l/ ,2 bath,\central, hook .md,
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1 $300; double bed' ,,01 TVs to repair. Buy, *ell"i '
Id vr : tlW; wo>hlno>';,machine I .*..iS50 ale Setup and delivered."'!i I or ........ Helkon and SonsyHectronlcs. ,,'APARTMENTS.f
eich chest ,$5449. Cosh.Call 64.4414. ... .
; lamps. $5 ; ., Call *.. .716 : '
r of drawers.lO to S20) Iff :CONCORD Mobile,i for more Information.. 3/3 -. 1-r 3 MfcMtt Aati., '

? Rent to Own. stereo center;! (70;' rJag.... .' _., 12x40 oI2.: bedroom.' *n- '" FrW'1,6Crr-! $ 12g1u 1 .' '
Call after 5-.30 p. ; VI '. bathes;: .$.t 'up enddelivered. CASH POll A SMALL USIOBOAT ; ",
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I 64-4709 or 9644 79. ltd>." ''Co.h' MOTOR 4. :to 7 I' '
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Garooe uittff.shed1 a A.t SHARB' >. .' ........9e6IWAEU : ., '
porch tMO': ;,Ca'5620.01' '1. 9/I'ROOMMATB TO ." ,' .. >rI ". .
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TYPEWRITERS. LOOn Quick r''and '.:'..; .!\ f6oI-6238., >1tc..,....g I 31131, 1J 1\\ .).. ...... .

Cookbook. rSslv, ./ "
For |hens .
'.. CALCULATORS ed. times when. you need to" 1USi......' 1t"; ::1N WAV 1t i,.jNEVft'1l\'lI\ ,;'

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this 174-pag Doffwitl put ,
Duty 'mile n JA
on tho'bur.gr*
laces fan For copy}' I 3UIlN3f. Pill. 'SALitSua.r' : I r"' '.
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Machines ..nd..OO'IU.3 cnt 'torpostage d.r I. .. .
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Call tilt r 1 'Storka, Florida *JpiiB '. tr.llN.:; "' ." WP;ttstlai;* *!I'O P./O. 'f',. .!I!' S VICI,. '

day retuneablelvt31) [-., "I" .' bugler,.(..Li. FlorMto, .. ;' '.I 4:""i1 ," ,/.t.'. f' ..$ 61) 'J '

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cholrt:: baby furniture, ,F1ANO for your child, only >HOME PARK -Mobil RIAL mAn SALUPfOrtlrScholanhlpavllabl IS IT TRUE YOU 'CAN BUY POUNDt A Great Place to : '
Jewelry. mlM. Thursday.. -,'a2.50/_,, < lusj moll home and pace tor rent. for : tU." W SHOP'Canplete'ehorpening JEEPS FOR 344 through the Office Furniture and ruJlllegar
PNd -'eYt/ dw'S Equipment. Rent to own or
ay jurday moving cnorge.AII Recreationalvehicles/ service circular
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.unlicensed pert post ERA U.S. Government Got month to month. THE OFFICE .
:March 964.6362.31. April 12. end moving appfle) ..pun welcome 1 Phone' 4682912., Faulkner Realty, 964-SO63. .hand .carbide, f_' todayl Call ((312)) SHOP 110 W. Call St., REALTY
Itchg 3/31 chat, 9/16 NnMONtE ,, choM,.mower blade hollow
.14 N. 'PorramorMul4 10/28 tfn 743-1142, Ext. 609, 2/17 Starka. 064-3764. tin
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4 e.m. Mrp.m. Oaks Mall. -Gainesville. HOMES FOR RENT tuhicribeTeeeyi Aground and balanced LOW 3131 POUND Collie/Sholtle.
Lots of tlotho* for 378-3626.: 11/110 tfn One mil from Stark city Leave at Jackson Building 1979 FORD MUSTANG. M
female.
,other children and w_.. and Subscribe Today ..limit Clean, Hwy. 16 W. fib* experience.Apply* Supply In Starke, Keytsone Auto., ."" .nenl condition. Young KampGround. 964-8484.Call KOA

SIHINO thing'itpd GARDEN a/31 STUDIO APARTMENT $210; Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. Manager Garden H.Ightsb or Lake. Butler.. S3.000. Call'964.8126.3/03 Itpd 331Classified ,. ,PHONE 964-7776 IS
first 1 last month rent plus 'KITCHENIPPICIENCYRoams Restaurant BOO N. Temple 'TFNehgf! ltpd 31U: IIDIW
RESTAURANTS
St_.. On Weldon .cleaning'deposit. Utilities" for rant at ,loww..kly .Ave. S........ 3/10 tfn: SEWING MACHINES 71 CHRYSLER 73 FORD TUmiLLEBU 205 H. Temple, Starfce-
Saturday 9 til ??? '
Itpd 3/31 t ...Ira. Call 964.7347 and' rate.Call Tempi CRUISE Slap XMUI Great kv RIPAIREDr/ All makes WAGON. .. PONTIAC.
1U N. IPPIRSON 533-3157. 1/13 Ito Motel 964.7357. 9/16 com* potential. All occupation cleaned., oiled and adutedV4 Small V-8 engines, Ads

Clothe.. plant, STi RINT; TO. OWN or- (rent EOW/tfn *. For Information | SIS. WorkS Automatic tranml..lon. Get Results
afghans, CLEAN MOBlU HOMES fort \Ve
coil ((312) 74V978OEict.. All three run good. Your Aare Your
month .
pillow, baby walker and to month. .Off ice ( rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close. 2120. 3/24 2tpd 3/31 rladrilognd. earnerJMorrgan choice. "' 00. 9648503. I' I
mlee. lot.. April 2. Furniture; Typewriter, ,
y-5 p.m. ,to prison. Call 4681323. .WORK AT. HOMIi Jobs 3/24 tin Problem SolversWhat
Itohg: 3/31 'Calculators. Alo have 10/07 tfn.MOBILI available Substantial Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg 1978 CMIV MONZAt
earning
h.ovy duty copying ,HOMIt Two possible No ... CHAIN LINK FENCIi .Install Wagon. .331.V-A. 4-spsd, VACUUM
HOMES machine for rent. THE ()p. bedroom, on GrtHli loop. perience. Call ((312) ed.' ,.*estimates. HandyMan PS/AC. Troll.r' hllch. con we do for you and

FOR SALE FICE SHOP,1 10 W. Call St., Call 964-8816. Itpd 3/24 74L9780 Dept. 2120 for In.formotla Fence >Co., owner S2.600. 73- 216.31201 2tpd SALENEW otA.r.igAbor.'frie7W *, local
APARTMENTSi Furnished efficiency Reddish. 964-8399.
Slark..9645764.tfnMO.IL. 3/24 2tpd 3/31 Tommy 3/31.
NOM I. Two and en* bedroom EXPERIENCED lAW I.. tfnpd 9/82 1913 ESCORT WAGON. & USED bminita lomatking that it

SARATOGA HIIOHTSi BR. bedroom 96 -261 or apartment All utllttl/ "**"Included. .Wanted for; 'expanding TYPEWRITER RSPAIRi Call ..Iu.on finer. We Finance pacifically oriented to solving a pro-
| BA. Carport With utility 964-6112..2/V7tfn; From, $120 -per sawmill Salary the Office' Shop. 110 W. PS/Air/Radio. Under 2500 Our Own blest
room. Bradford St..Owner 'Sub.crib.T.daylRENT month. Inquire at 208 N. negotiable 904-372-9969. Call St..Starfce, for details. mil... S6900.00 FIRM. Call KIRBYS
will finance. Call 964-6481 TO OWN. Or rent Cherry St. Itchg 3/24: Must. how .ref sr.nc.s. 964-9764.Mnfubscdb. 964-8039 b.tw..n '8:30-: ROYALS
5-6 p.m. or oft. 10:30: p.m. month to month. Office QUIET NEIOHIORHOOOi. 4 3/24: 4tchg 414RE .TedeylCLASS a.m. and 4:30: p.m.. Mon. EUREKAS *Do you Reed s larger ....?
3/34 2tpd 3/31'. furniture, typ.writ.rs.YelculOtory."Hbte year old. 3 ... 2 BA home. TOUR OWN 10111 Work CUT TO OROIRiDov'S.TiiwIndow Fri. Ak far Alice. Itchg HOOVERS *Do yes used a smeller. home
OLD JIM' WAITER PRAMRhous. 'on. CHI A. hi city $330 month. from ham. No *x- *. .,.. 1..1' FORD SCOUT: $800 ELECTROLUX *Do you BCd s townhouse. er Tills?
.. (Shell) 3 Bedroom. 'h.ovY'd..ty. copying'! Call afte 6 p.m. 5332210. perlenc. Over'$300 per JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY and take over payment FILTER QUEENS *Do you seed acmes!
I ....h" Need to be completely ,machine -available. THI Itchg 3/31 wk. plus posilbl. No sal.. 964-0078. Orders oleotok.n Call 431-1283. ttchg 3/31 SEARS *Do yea Bead s .building lot
:211 MOBILE HOME In coun 1974 CHIVY WAGON. 4
required. Call. cyl. *Do JTOB seed eoBBMrclal property
remodeled' not OFFICE InLake BUtler'
SHOP 110 W. CallS
try. Air cond. and partly condition/heat. COMMERCIALWe
2door.air
312-920.9725.xt H 2729. *Do yoB Bed Isks propertrTDo
IIv.obl. of this lime. ., Starke. 9645764. tfn 496-3079 and Keystone
furnished. Located on St. 3/24: 4tpd 4/14 Automatic Iransmlislonand repair all makes yon need ........ property
Located 473.4973.2/26 tfn
on Highway 301 ON KINGSUY LAKIi 2 BR, I Rd. 239. letter John Road. SEMI Height radio. Runs good and
TRUCKIRSt Hider bore
Cloy *Do Bead to Mesas family
South of .Storks beside BA. living room dinlnGroam :' Call 9645630. 1 tc.. 3/31 FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS AI you no's or
Truck great mileage. $700. Call Young'sSince
Uoee, Inc. Is now hiring *Do you need to Mil to pt your Mist la order?
Whispering Pines Motel. ifintar.st.d air/heat, 3 IR. ,1 BA FRAME haute. 9647509. 3/31 tfn197e
call 9647111 dishwasher. fum. .or km- North Walnut Itr_. Call good truck professional driver. At least tractor ,144. W. Cell St. FORD TORINO Run 1957 *Do yos need to .K....... properties

after 7:00 p.m.. Asking furn S32S mth, one yearleae. .964-8931.3/31 2tchg 4/07 two years experience. .....nos good. AT/AC/PB. Call 964-6918
1800.00.. Negotiable. Itpd 533.2196.3/24: 2tcha' IN WAlDOl 3 bedroom 1 rood. With Ice and snow /Open 782.3627. Itthg 3/31 W.Jsww M.ftiuil I.Un".Ihmt..hew Had In
3/31 3/31 bath hot.. Stave. experience required. T.W-mF. .9 nl 3.30Thurs. 1978 MG MIDGITi Need 3 Mites north of 10(wars, ffa mrf limit 9t.seed te lisle urea In
4 BEDROOMS 2 BATH 1.25 FURNISHEDAPARTMENT! refrigerator, ,laundryroom. Minimum slim month .'-<11 AM Ml 7 PM work. AaMjm payment Starki on US 301 Mud prims are ttiU ntuUctl nasonaU.
acre Gardening area.964961O. Three room and bath. '$180 month First, refrigeration required. .... 9 AM tM 3 PMAppolntmems Call 9648545. Itpd 331.EXCELLENT flortdm .tIN ru,..,frotcin' stall in Ua nation

,_ Itchg 3/31:. __ N.wly redecorated. 'lost and security depoilt. Minimum eg* 25. With aid our am Itmmlng too.Get lit OH Ou ground
i Utilities fumtihed. Private No pet*.U071 468-1909. good. work and driving Nat Always'Necessary flour Md mmkt four meet mitt Wyou Heiltmt It
'LAND"FOR .ntron .. Prefer one 3/31 2tpd .-- Steady full tun*. Intfn l U1 cost post MOT later. Think back aooof what

SALE reliable middle ooe work. FURNISHED rooms. Very APARTMINTl nice. In 2 year ,round ,employment.Let 5ubscrlbe Today Longchamp Homo, Inc.' go* could AacwateM Son. or Vi gears.,,01 Yourmodftl .t
Ing' p.vson. Phone Lawtey. 7823458. ItchgStf3J us show you our unique BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVHUl InMmtmtHt lead flirt could probably b.

9645464. 3/24 tfn : prospective plan. 'A com Resldonrlol, pump-outs, worth two *r tAr s Hum ** wick ,...". .1
ONI ACM LOT Facing SR-16 ? "" pany representative will 155.'._ oleo re-loy drain '
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTt Bradford Counts dag Count, and UnionCountg
W. Septic tank light pole. Furnished with heat. 1 BEDROOM HOUSE with big be at nS* .Holiday Inn ofU.S. lines 964-.121. 11/18 tin L i i k toast a teida carleff of Inttrtitlng real
family room with flropl<<.. 301, Stark. Florida 8
will Installed. Selling a air conditioning. Call RENT TO OWN Offlc fur- ...,. within Uulr ko*........ Irate up and
Living dining March '
room room a.m. Thursday 31.
price t6 OO. $300 down, 964-9870 after 5 p.m.:3/24 and kitchen. til 6 nlture. typewriter, mala par moat now! Ton llk.. Kaolin will
April I.
Big screen p.m. Friday
163.98 mth. at 13Xlntmwst 2tchg 3131 .calculators,and on* heavy makt dream com trim
;/ porch. $300 month. 8-12 noon. ((904)) 964-7600, For Us hill iron four
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for 15 Ph. machine
V- X BR APARTMtNTl Furnished. 964-5559.:Itchg 3/31' .sk fa,. Cloy Hid. duty copying
9645606. 2/24: tfn with, heat and air condi available. Or, rent month
MOBILE HOMIt 2 bedroom Representative. f.O.E.
B AMI LOT on SR.227 facing, tioning. Call 964.5876 after 2 bath. Florida room andgarden Itchg 3131' to month.: Com by today. At the Fair,!
Brooks Rd. Selling price 9 p.m. 3/24: 2tchg 3/31 TRUCK MECHANIC to help THI OFFICE SHOP, 1)0W.
16000.$1.000 down S223 space. $279 mo.fire' Call St.. Stork. 9645764. H thinking about building a NEW HOME. I
1 BEDROOM GUEST HOUSEi .lost and deposit. Call maintain small fleet of you *f* For Sal. By Own.r
per month at 1SX Interest. .Furnlihed. $175. Call tractor tt'oIl.' .... Must be fin.WANT K want mar Information about out. house for I
'Ph. 964-506,2/24 tfrt 9648404. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 964-4709 5:30 or 964-6279 after able to"+rebuild engines, TO DIIINIC?-, 3050.00 Stop by our fair booth next week W. | 139 Acre RanchLarge
10 ,ACRES east of Starke, ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT p.m. Itchg 3/31 ,transmission and rear*. tHAn YOUR BUSINESS will b* happy to discuss your houe plans or our*.., .
MOBIU HOME IN LAWTIYl .
.on* block off SR-16.2 rows ] Unfurnished. $199:' BR.. furnished.' No2hlldra Inenpelsnced Mod not ...- ,>'N/IItQoJO 110Pt ) brick horn,, corall fish pond ..
of HMc<>rWrs, CI partly ply. Must haws.tools':. Col IL, ,tHAT OUHAIcoheIkf' DofI't".o_ourslld*>- .
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"" .e two | .. wec.pW.t 964-661. 313\ Ilw.ly.wQitld 4 JnJ4U" Small river will dlvl ..Flnanclng availabl) *! .1.1fI1St.
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.Klngley Lake Village. "wof.1 Included.. $200 Stark. Florida 32091,3313tchg *M WATER STRHT
10500. S33-2014 day or DW Mobile Home. Manystyes work Interior or an I 3 IR. 2 IA. Only WO.OOO
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964-8071/, FAUUCnWR REALTY arks with Western cedar. and
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,Classified Ads link yard. $ SO mo.:, first, 1065mi. 964.5)77.1tpd 3/31 127000. -44-tOS
last and cecurity. 9645610. 'elm SUZUKI HANDYMAN.. Odd fob BRADFORDCOUNTY IRA FAULKNER REALTY
Get Results. JI979 'lueOU Model
Itchg: 3/31 and Mack. Fully dressd. around the house. Sticking H405061 I

Excellent condition. doors dw4MMthong *\ ) K>iV I 'TELEGRAPH .J.B. 41'AL'O
Only 3,490 mil**. Call "". .. .- _n.....-"*.. 1 I 964-6305
9643630. Itchg 3/31 general nou"ho| i olr1V. M p I /
1980 HONDA CBeSOtwIth Free eitlmatesR JfcJgS'i '
''i windshield. "$1500. Excellent Starke. 9644434. 3/14: :3lpd 8UYlowely 3
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Sidewalk condition. Call 407HIIKEN '-'' Iff.Uanje on, S AcTPIu. lot I
964-71'MJ Itpd 3/31 V04IO9NS ILICTRONK3 In cSoWrff 121:500.;

Sole* ana-le s2W 7S-a-TOACRtTroew of Appliance I

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f' S""a.le' Temple &..i d.0 t 8Rj 2. 8ASSffSSL '
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Mobile Home 1 Parks 964-4714;; M9%+b '0 00yww. it Don Hill. Owner
.All types Of p.ri.ncarb&os" E"'lfOnlc"" ) o'E TAUII -

: .1' poyhtbwiiStarkeFridayv \ homeowners policies for fU\itj ,,,..I.T .1.1ClAWI'OIDtIlCDl t .WoshersDryeroDIhwasharsAlr .

mobile bomea.. SlJIN.u F !W fr6e.1I.DING CondItlons/ >roRangos

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; : April barbecs*wp4 I os,'e1 K-tai ,JAa.1 oft '

..' / "" .. I Olin'. Mobllo ..Id.wallWut/ddtrt6dtb, ,. rrv.mly pro.W 231 S. Walnut St.
.0/1" Calr 91DA7I919 IWbI-n.:1:
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tb\9> ,MOUNTAINS 1 eRAu.trA I j. :il! = : tng.: 964-7700 nN..Y.r..x M e54M..u... ...n.1aL
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1.34 aces idwl for camping s qrIA, 3111 393: N1.: Tompl Av..(.Storko. .ensM
I5u or lrailr. Excellent. oc- Jtbtl'.eo .i o o"'V. 4.prawerM v...... P..Odom: Broker GRIJ. Labs Butler Firm Can
I cess....... timber caver .. r "_' 'nn 301 t.virj .
this tract. All utili'.... D. Odom. Jr. As oclate''WORTH SR 121 Lake Buthf I

$9390.00 Tetel Price QIU STUn; n AV RE A SECOND lOOKr "ear,I.....495-3921...... ,I&MM nit _
Cal[ 1Llontea $890.00 .....,.-- payment ......C/B.hem III e.wfto< Frame 3 BL..1 IA. Only Take advantage this turn'of the century second
sc ri be t I 3200 Sq Ft. assume leered OwaeeRn sInERA $13.808 plus 9 X lots. story.home near tchoal.churches,port efflc. banks.Be :

.. s4-- 'Warehouse FAIIKIihIR REALTY, IRA FAULKNER REALTY964SOia SURPRISED. with severe feet cost.PRICI I
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t.......M. off..*.,.*.>4 ,bedroom:. I1) l both, ....... 'E.m' 3 SR. A/H. Nice Nelghborheod. .. '
Curies Su2iki- a....flag deck": 10*ft. rack fireplace.'custom: kit. Glow VEGITAIL5 FOR" FAMILY!,
... I : don? Screened, In' 10x36 'On this 1: 1/1 ecr* yard. 3 SR; C/B home In e.el the. .'. .
Kawasaki of Starke --, Call'"""," front dock"''overlooking city1. nice. '_. 2" thzu 6"

.... Has, 100 fse.'dole .. ?*' AST PUlL EFFICIENT ulna"Foyer.. t Fast Rotary

,. MtAOrOROUMHtOCK frontage.. Paved rood" fron- "a,." ........ re..... 00aIf'. rich hem M 1% acres. .63 Acres-Beet Are*.. .. .
Come, In ,&EnarKawasaki'$ ..kw maculate'.....iMtfulsetlmg. dt\oatto*. *f7.400.' G..d bcsHsrl. : '-28 res-0ed ,.",.. Land. A2eJI. f4 Drilling Equip.
Plenty at """- >rIng IRA FAUiKNiR REALTY ERA FAULKNM REALTY -17 Acr..-Good but a.-,. U, Mile off 301. State Uconsed \
Good "Times t, 5M15.781-2172. boating, and lust libel ,1 't44.SO }'A tAcr.Bulldlng let. Country Club. eree. GeM . . .,. ... . .

*> OreinfleU Reck living 899,900.00.- <.... i rn Drelnis**. FLltsstps1ew

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t 'llANO FwatYoul Choice:ii trrY(on*!KamaiM+ lIfQduai/ a.L i.p/rM4T. setting, good vow.."'Rsadyto. ... I '...uttfully .fandsesped. .large ..... .,.. ., .,.....,100. a E-Z Terms

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I' Gardening short course" pffejSIKi"' '; e;' d' '4"RIUo"" : "'1-13 ,1))':j '.: :ttV a t,: R f ltz;fnnion" .:M :# '". "i

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Design For the'Home." Mrs. Smith 1T :Ot'tJme.'K; n br ugb:' t=" r Hfgj. and Management'* '-'W t liil an Uperttlden't''K'l e+lli'twiltci: i \! i4'the' spot registration 'begins'{at I
4 Seasons Focusing" on "Gardening For All a Master Flower Show Judge, a National ,the Botany Department at the Univer*'" pan Ponehn,,Landscape} Architects, "School Daze" Banquet Tuesday<< noon Monday,April 11, On the second
the 1983 Garden Club Short Flower Show School instructor sity of Florida will present the evening's Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheehan open evening hostewutd,'by the GardeniaGardening floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.Ta,'
Course is set for April 11-13 at the J. and President of the Four Seasons ..; the last day of the short course with Circle. register, or for more Information
Wayne ReiU Union at the University Garden Club. feature, "Mushrooms-The Edible !: "The' Culture and Artistry of write to Garden Club,Director of Ccferences.
:, of Florida in Gainesville. A "Name Fhat Plant" contest con and Inedible." )i.'.' Orchids." Dr, Sheeham is an international "The short ..coUriw will be interesting IFAS 1041 McCarty Hall
"This year's program features ex- ducted by the Ornamental, Her authority +pn orchids while. Informative and fun'Planto University of Florida. Gainesville, rL
\ citing and informative presentations Tuesday. April 13 .begins with a Mrs. Sheehan is one of America'sforemart < join' us," guys\ Dr. Robert Black. 32611' Make short course'registration/I
x. by experts in all facets of horticulture ticulture "Green Team"will follow. "Tell Me Doctor" panel discussion by" botanical! illustrators,; Registration fee Is $20 per person for checks ,
." Dr. Robert J. Black, Composed of Dr. Robert Black Ur- \ payable to Florida.
says the "Green Team. ,A question and 'the entire course, or $10 per day. Cooperative Extension '' ,
Service. Banquet
extentension horticulturist with the ban Horticulture Specialist; Dr.. answer period afterwards will take The course closes with' propasa- There is an additional too of $11 to attend registration should be -'r'
paid and,:
sponsoring agency, the Institute of Charles: Peacock Extension Turf care of all your gardening the "School Daze" banquet
problems.Two Propagation'1
by Dr, Timothy sent
,tlon, to Mrs. F.LeGrand 1930 NW 34th,
Food and Sciences at Specialist; Dr. Benny TJla, Extension :
I Agricultural Crocker and Henry Lunsford. which is by advance registration only. ,Terrace, Gainesville y ,
UF Floriculture Specialist and Dr. Tom 32005. *
sessions will immediately Pjease register as soon as possible..
\ Gainesville's own Mrs.James Hunn Yeager Extension Woody Specialist follow; "Creative Design" by Mrs. ,Other highlights are Tuesday's
I, Smith will open the'short course Mon the Green Team" serves the state's James Humm Smith and "The Process walking tour of the grounds 'at the ',{
day, April 11, with a lecture- horticulture Industry as well as the For the Residential Landscape ,,North, Florida Regional, Hospital-- by '
demonstration ,entitled "Decorating gardening public. \' Skyline ,
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US 301 North Starke. Florida
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I. Pierce says letter on Newman, not a. .Recommendation.'. ,9644414FREE } ... A -- .
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"'''' ... 9-6.Monday thru Saturday
"Back; in 1976 and 1977 there were" "In court matter nor would he be"of 12-6 I i
Bradford County Judge George said he did not remember who asked some traffic citations issued but they'4W" 'any great risk to.the law enforcement, Sunday
Pierce says his letter referring to Put- for the information. were cleared by Mr. Newman at the system." _
County defendant Thomas David time '
man
Judge Pierce's letter written on Judge Pierce's letter was Included '
Newman was not intended to be a w" Washer&
recommendation to lower the court Bradford County Court stationery and "Prior to becoming a Judge knew in a group of letters presented by Dryer ,
set bond. addressed "To whom' it may the family for 20 years and know that INewman's attorney; Ronald E. Clarkof -
concern" states: the family connections of the said Palatka, to Circuit Judge E.' L. With Any
Thomas David Newman relate back Eastmore, in an effort .to get' Single Wide Skyline Mobile Home
Judge Pierce says he was asked if "This letter Is written to confirmthe 100 years in this county and he is a'' Newman's $200,000 bond reduced ,
there were outstanding criminal fact that there are no outstanding lifelong resident. v (Good Tfcvndiy;MMII 31 Dm Widandiy April I)
charges in Bradford'against criminal charges nor any record of Judge Eastmore declined to reducethe "
Newman, charged in Putman County convictions in Bradford County "As far as I know,there would be no bond but allowed Newman to be
I CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY
with possession, sale, and delivery ofa Florida pertaining to Thomas problem In his not returning for a released under a $200,000 property I ,
controlled substance. Judge PierceShannon Newman. court appointed date for appearances ,,,bond. .

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g T A Gainesville to find a Chestnut's, type

We Gift Shop. The Office' Shop will really:

Rent surprise'you in gifts... '.

Office \ Come see. ,FREE to all OFFICE '

Machines New Customers shop I'

Hallmark Easter Bunny I

Face & Feet; !


I Carter 11
J Finds Pen Pal by Balloon Tell cashier you are a new customer to'the- -'

Pen Pal Message ice Office Shop, she will get your free, gift

Comes by Balloon

Shannon Carter 11, of Morgan
Road found a pen pal in Greenville,on
SR-90 west toward Tallahassee and
between Madison and Monticello viaa
balloon found in the field back of her ...w
home on Morgan Road,v",4Put ,- --- .. '1'\1\ I 4r M
) in flight by Sheila Wilson, se-
cond grade student in Greenville
Easter Cloth
Primary School the balloon, which 1l Easter
traveled some 100 miles had a bright SAVE Buttonsi.oq Hot.-
orange plastic-coated card attachedby Cold Cups
Touchstones
a string which stated *
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"Hi, Balloon Finder: Hand Painted ?p
"Our school is participating In a Decorative East ns SAVE !
Weekly Reader's Writing Pals Greetings on ,
Balloon Contest. Please put this Glass. Pins .
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message in an envelope, along with /i Tablecloths Snuggle Up
your name, address and telephone An object which 1.75 StuffedIngs .
number and the city and state in transmits warm feel 9" '2.50 '

which you found my message. Then from one person Necklace Plates Easter
,
mail the card to me at Greenville
Primary School, P.O. Box 398, Green- to another $ ;7025 Bunnies ,
ville, FL 32331". 1 q iro $ 1.9Gartieid '
On the back of the card written in .SQ ,
pencil was: "Hi I'm Sheila Wilson 4 rm $3g8r :
and I'm in the second grade."
Sheila promised to write back if the r <
balloon finder wrote her. Shannon's
letter to Sheila was mailed Tuesday t010

morning. .
Shannon Is the daughter of Mr. and Tins SAVE!
Mrs. Albion Carter of Morgan Road.
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Post 56 Votesto Keychalas Easter .(

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meet o' Buttons' SAVE!, oV

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Otters r GarfieSd t

:,. twice a month Birthday ,

American Legion'Post 56 voted to a, Party ?

x resume meeting the second and SAVE! t HOins, I
fourth Tuesday nights of each month
as it has since the Post was founded, rIF Garfield
except for a short time In the recent
past, stated Post Commander George Deer
Pierce.
The members determined at the Hangers BID outs. SAVE !
meeting on Tuesday March 22 that >!
they would resume the meetings as 3
has been the tradition since soon after
World War I. 0 "
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Several members stated they miss- Books !
ed the fellowship and that the st ,,
business of the Post could better be 79 I.
handled by meeting twice monthly.

The Post voted 10 Wend two boys to ,. ,
Easter
Boys State from June 26 thru July 2, A ,
this year. The Post was authorized to
send one boy based on membership Cards
1 strength but requested an overquotaof
one in order that two outstanding
llth grade students may attend. The ;
post will defray the cost of the boys 01f
selected by a committee from the I
high school faculty members and. "
school administrators. tiFc
The 'will in Tallahassee b .
boys stay
during the Boys State activities. .nk'r.. .x,,' .Yr I Office Shop 1't
There\: they will study fir ,
:
studies of how city countyanr.tate 'T-' 11 W li ctn.x ::1 t I tQ' '
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government operates. They will visitor F ,
be visited by cabinet members and 4 -r? Staike, Florida 32091))
the Governor. They will hold (904)964.5764 3 3tt !
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legislative sessions after they are 'j' 1

divided Into groups representing .: .! ,
"
1 cities and counties.

-- Boys: State has been recognized as. ,.rt.... .1'11.'/ \ ,_, Office: Fynttore
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one of the great if not the greatest ;
training programs for outstanding -
-
students in Florida and the nation by .n \\1" 1ft ;'M I :, ':. ;, : t
j stated School I ,'c' !!{ ; < ;;: : Ii ,
leaders ; "
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many ,
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Superintendent Tom Casey\Casey; i .01 ,.ib,l .1 I 1. \" I '; ', '. "........ .../- ..iI'":..'. ..,. I '. ,' :.
I I who is a member of Pos;'56, has worked "
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the In
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