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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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With only a trace of rain since April 1, a return to scattered showers and z; ::'
thunderstorms is predicted for Friday, with cooler weather by Saturday. ,, *'* ?** '' E n-t'i',1, -"; n' c v l ,E1NES
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March brought: over 10 Inches of rain to the county tripling! the 50-year ...1.... ; : : : : ...... '.,', w tR
average of 3.19 inches for that month. Starke received 11.14 inches In March; Soclabt..V.'r. >fs '.'.'11:; ,y

.the county's three fire towers recorded< all average 0110.29. and Camp Blan- .spoon.. .. . .. .,.."'''I'', t:,
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Rainfall during the first three months of '83 totaled. 10.68 Inches in the ," \1'1'\ "
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Strawberry production will peak next week and one grower described the OUttmrlMCl. . .. .. .. .Pose t '
quality. "the beat I've ever Hell."*' Only fly In the ointment is prices which ..."'... . . "Pages 'G.n The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of ffevveniMth I

were described as "terrible" due to an influx.of berries from Plant City. ...-. ....... . . . .Lpfr !
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r.. to Impose a four-cent per ding county to adopt the 4-cent gas tax.
gallon gasoline tax may be the saving levy. ,
grace for the Bradford County Com In Bradford County Is estimatedthat
mission, which until the state four cents per gallon will raise
legislature's recent action faced a some (544,290 r year about equal to

red-ink budget problem. .three mills of property tax, Farnsworth -
With 9.433 mills of property tax says. Of that, $'38,000 would
already pushing the-mlllstate limit have to be remitted to Starke and
,and' not much carryqver in sight another $45,000 to the three outlying
county commissioners figure they towns of Brooker, Hampton and
'will need money from somewhere to Lawtey, on the basis of population..
balance,their upcoming 1984 budget.So That would net the county $366,000 In
it was no wonder Monday that the new revenue equivalent to over two
l { commissioners embraced the Idea of mills of property tax.
I Mir r1 a H r f La gas tax to raise much needed additional Since it has over 50 percent of the -
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1'lR" I i ir it fi s "lox new state law requires a simple Starke could put pressure on the county
r .f"u majority 3-members, of the commis- to levy the gas tax and have some
sion to pass two cents of gasoline tax. say under the new law, in how the
It requires four of the five members money la distributed. Farnsworth !
,to pass the additional two cents. noted. He advised commissioners to i\
The Issue does not have to be voted meet with Starke officials to work out ,
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Queen Janet 'and the Dragons..., upon by the people, but can be done a distrbution formula in the event a '
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just by the county commission. gax tax is adopted. i
'Strawberry Janet Jordan;; left. will preside over the 33rd edition of the Bradford County fair.For the, If the gas tax Is adopted the commissioner If the county refuses to negotiate on I'

'younster* there are ride t,lJnd rides. including'! the dragons, above. said Monday they'll hold distribution, Starke could demand a .
\ the line on property taxes referendum and the county would be
The four commissioners present obligated to finance and have an elec-
Monday afternoon Maxie Carter Jr., tion. Further disagreement could \.
Lawrence Mosley E.L. (Nook) Norman result in the county remitting to the I>

: : and E.W. Hodges, didn't actually city an average of five years of its \

.. .. agree to pass a four-cent county transportation costs Farnsworth ex- |
gas tax, but the concensus was they'll plained. '
i + /;and rides.- rides.. : look hard at the'Idea. They spent Only say the outlying towns with, >
ridesV ; \ A ,* -; ? ; some, 1W hours discussing their op- less than 50 percent of municipal' I
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Some:50.0CX o visitors v4U trek through the Brfordfair: und's't-- tb4Y" tions with Clerk Gib' Brown and CPA population,would be through the City "
.* \ ...uPat Farnsworth., of Starke Farnsworth told the-
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a in the Bra ttom-Udon,4-frandfF3frA swine sale afcT-pvin,, .' Friday there gave up ffrst invent under which the cities could get
'Ii;; BradforUilcnH four cents of Itscents per gallon': Instead '23 of he4-centg..tax. > >- *: I
r'is the arid FFA Steer Show,.thA ll!",tha Sale Saturday at 1 p.m.i. .; percent ;yv -
, .J And the slickers shouldn't miss their annual rtunity to see the beSt 7 the legislature placed gasoline
city sales under the five percent state '83 Budget Tight....,
livestock, pigs,,chickens" and steers, Ut: two counties, 1 gathered into one place sales tax, which Is estimated will net "We're out Thank
holding own.
at time. : the of Transportation an
one \-v-i .1 # Department God, so far..." Clerk Gib Brown told
Possible showers''are predicted Friday( and scattered showers for Saturday .. additional. $236 million over the next the commissioners of the current 1983

fair hot in the heat of with; in themid8Q'st v' year.In
The buildings are thej day temperatures making the first four cents of the budget.
/ j 1* 1 state gas tax a local option the The clerk gave the commissioners a

1 'For,more,on the f aii irln>t + Home Division winners, see Section B. Legislature was saying In effect, six-month, halfway for their, item-by-item and r
,","' ...- .. ( i "there it is, boys. take it if you wantit budget report perusal,
':; ," Clerk Gib Brown feels. BC commissioners -
\ .look for every surroun- (see Gas Tax Eyed.... P.SA>

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I : "I don't think'they (the state) will pleted, the sheriff said.,The$3,450 fire, \the fire marshal's report'add the, Installed from the second floor cell to hold the line on adding more people faulty electrical wiring, improper
'. sue us.." Sheriff Dolph Reddish said 'alarm,one of the-more serious of the report of a Division of Corrections in. block. Awaited and on order Is an interior the sheriff noted. storage of flammables and blocked
Monday morning,'April 4,referring to; 12 safety violations noted by inspectors spector.. metal door,the only fire'safety The county is .in a 30-day grace fire escapes.Of .

i. improvements! the county jail. from the state fire marshal's office -; It appears, at this point, we'll be .imprqvement left on,the list. period .to finish repairs to the jail 48 jails Inspected about half
last is able to the before a lawsuit prepared a month
January installed. It Is not complete Improvements ,, :"'. feel, quite honestly) that Brad- violated fire codes, a Fire Marshal's
"Please note the county attorney Is is filed by the Attorney General'sOffice.
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100 percent, but ,the bugs are being..) :with this 113,000, said Sheriff Reddish -
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not smiling when he that.ah' ford County is way out in front of the : The period ends In two Office spokesman said. Counties were
worked out."Louie to the federal for' grace .
referring grant
fetortedalrmoet /. of counties In the state ( to the
.torney Dudley Hardy : majority on weeks. given a week to 90 days correct
: before Sheriff Reddish got the words. (Dtv\J\ on' & ,Corrections.. law two enforcement'the county.received. 'jail Improvements. : said Sheriff The Attorney General's Office, problems.The .
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: out of'his mouth. Director Louie Lea Wainwright) call years,ago. 'jutdddfsh. Department of Corrections and the Department of Corrections Is

Reddish said if the state had sued ed me Said the attorney general on Fire safetyis the main criticism 4. ,' Reddish'said the 'improvements Fire Marshal's Office staff began investigating responsible for regulating and enforcing -
', his back about suing Bradford Coun- done by inmates including! inting standards for county jails as
six months ago,,' county would ; aimed rat the jail and most of lmIprovements -' fire code violations in ear-
have had.a problem.! ,! .'1 ": have been the entire interior of the jail, would 'January' based on allegations of result of a class-action civil-rights
the',33 yearoldBradford *'< politely l l told him It's "late,that in that area love cost $50,000.L'.Next"big violations made by Jacksonville attorney suit filed by Monroe County jail inmate
Improvements to said. The fire
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80 percent of the improvements are. : area to hit at the jail will Bill Sheppard. Willie M. Arias.

,: along very County-nicelyt'thank,' Jail are you. Sheri, I completed, ,," the sheriff,said. 'alarm percent, ,although Is installed not,operating' the front at doorhas 100 be a apace problem and staffing. In a 14-page letter to Attorney The suit settlement by U.S. Judge t
in order
Jr. 1981
Robert L.
It' is' the fire marshal's ells I General Jim Smith, Sheppard said Crongeyer
Reddish reported Monday/April, to report ) been turned so It swings out and a
the County Commission. state Would sue the county over the? intercom system Is in pro- Perhaps a closed circuit TV monitor- that one-third of Florida's 87 county DOC to file civil suits against any

Fire safety is the main criticism In sheriff said Director Wainwright told;;, eels one-way of being installed so jail personnel ing system will take care of some of jails had such life-threatening fire county taking longer than unless seven daysto
the state fire marshal's report and, him.Sheriff Reddish noted the county i can better hear what is going on .the problem. More staff means more code violations as lack of fire escapes correct violations a longer

those improvements Are about com: .. Is working on improvements; listed uV; upstairs.! And a (Ira! escape has been payroll, and the county Is trying now and emergency' escape, plans period Is negotiated.


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,; i The county wilt be the.conduit bet Formal approval l i Kinoes on a study' Home request from Dr. Bill (.em. Agent Carolyn Redding full time In
wean the Starke Nursing Home,and to determine if the nursing home can tor of the Bradford-Union Bradford County at a cost to tne county
the Bradford County ..Development' i(afford to repay the bonds. > Clinic to write a letter in of $1,014.'Mrs. Reddish has been
,Authority on a$:U million bond issue; Problems arose-.because 'the 1 the Guidance Clinic working 20 percent of the time in

.. Bradford County Commissioners. ; Development Authority was created ;; the Head Start program. Union County. The Union County ,
,. I" MIDAYI Mr. 7 e r reed may.'ApriL 4. '- ', ,by.a letfalature in a local WUr which IBid they would sup-' Commission Tuesday took 'up the
11' ,. ;That means. the county will of! n'i means the governor would sign the' Clinle'l proposal if slack by hiring Extension Agent Nan-

,.lAYVTflr DIXIE Scheel. YOUTH'c.f...ASSoc.J .... .\' ,bond issue proposed by: the Devswp- bonds.Some, questions won't have to' 'Commisa works out details with the cy Stalnaker four'days, instead of
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mom Authority to enlarge the nursing' be ftnswsered U the county commis- Board. three.
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home. The county will not assume amy 'Sion acts as the bondingagent' attorney -'
., ,' 'f'HBOAY-'Aor.> .'. '' i,'.."' ,1' :,financial responsibility, whatsoever .and, Development"'Authority' 1 i that Home Exten- .Got another request from Sheriff
; I q" 'according to County Attorney Dudley, ,,Chairman UM.: Gaines said;, :. : At.cia Homrich has resign-,
;fttOSYTHMAN LUNCH BUNCH' Hardy who suggested that the county: The proposal is' to increase the t' i April 26. (see Commission.... P.3A)
I Mf BTINO/ 12 noon, out bond issue number of beds in the Starke !
help. .on Pie. Nursing'. : 'to employ 4-H Extension
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"." \ ,I\. 7"' ''''', ;; life ', ,y jhe 'tabent.d '''p'rittCAht beat ins" ,Stoke., w nation service' moving was onthe ell : when they appeared. .Monday,
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: ir" ',,; ,,1.e8i\\: ," ,'hklwltistc \ liirisk, '.... .tr. jt,pia, iiII. \ A I.\,;dNrrwfs :..J the Itecreament 3; for more money for recrea- of.
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tooixw POW aitiLfw's"is : "c.u" Charles Schaefer when
pnd ": ......., rprwiwtfertt f Tournament that was to get the Softball
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i ry'Y r firm of Tomllnson* Shaw and board's attorney. Brown replied yes. Lawtey Elementary other> ,county
jt ''I Brown' became'' the ,ow legal Supt. Tom Casey asked It ad ,tchoois. 'J .
t s representative! of the Bradford County mlninstraton and principals can feel } 'f:
! School Board In. action Monday free .to call the firm for advice and .Approved application for a Community .
I night, March 11. counseL "I'd encourage it," repliedChairman Education.. Grant for 17,482.
Attorney Terry Brown will act as Rodney Had. ,
! general council to/ the school board Again signed a$5,000 contract with
But the contract l la with the firm aodthe In other matter Tuesday night,, the the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
other two partners, ,attorrde school board: for testing and diagnostic services.Approved .
James Tomllnson. and Gene- Shaw;
t can also act for the school board. '"Met In private session.for over two, construction Of an equipment
hours to work on its collective storage building for the
Tomlinson, Shaw, and Brown wu bargaining' stand. '.The, board went Southslde Elementary cpmpUBiWaa ,
the only legal firm to appear on time' 'oven some 30 page of work with Its
before a screening committee for the negotiator's represeutlve, 'Working told >y Business Manager
school board. The firm of Bessent,, almost H p.ro. Mike Reddish who l I8 chairing a com-
, Moody, and Salzman was 10 minute. mitt e, of teachers/administrators,.
late,according toSchool Board Chair and county staff members to Investigate
man Rodney Hall who told the boardthe Every item In the board's contract better' health Insurance
commit had made a rule not to- WiUi the Bradford Education Associa- coverage that he awaiting a proposal
consider anyone( ''not appearing on Don is open for bargaining at the table'' from the education consortium
t ti't time. this year, so the board is getting an In Palatka which will come at an
early start In addition, the board has ,April 14 meeting. Mrs. Becker urged
asked to be kept up on the bargaining, that the insurance matter" not be
r stated"I have nn problem' with that,: atep-by-sup thlsyearWas delayed too long so bid* can be asked
Board Member J.T. Parrsih. In '
Board Member Patricia Spender ,- told by architect .M:Dompe' tlrno.
moved for Tomlinson, Shaw and the re-roofing Job .on the, middle
Brown. Board Member Jim Lawson school by Cbeesboro RoofIng Co. is 95 ? Teacher are complaining that the
seconded.The vote was 9-0 for. percent complete.' Tile contractor's current Blue l 'CroW ''Bum- Shield
The post became open last month' Insurance company has agreed to pay coverage Is not what they thought it
when the school board exerdaed.Its. .for all. water damage done- when was when they signed up,that pay
option and gave attorney'tuchardWelty : water got Into the building when It ment limits are being Imposed when
a 30-day notice that his contract rained: one weekend during construct think thepntlrs bill should be
which had several month- Lion, Damps reported. ,paid ... ,.r ,v .
run, was being terminated. Though ,
invited Welty,did not reapply Was ''informed b."Mra. 'Spengleis. Was told by.Mr*. Becker that: abe
the, Small, County Council school;, 'and Mr. er recently attended
A retainer of$600 per month will be :board members from the area will 'a lobbying skip workshop and foundt
: u paid the firm Tomlinson,Shaw,and 'meet in the Bradford schoo.,board of "very;worthwhile." ,
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flees March 31 at 7 p.m. to discuss upcoming -

2 Sisters Who are Strawberry Queens.... telephone regular board coDferencea'and meetings,general daily JeaI 1aUOD.'. owes,told financial by'Supt.situation. Casey the remain ae 10c asystem' .

Debra Jordan Norman, left and Janet Jordan, the daughters of Mr..and Mrs. M.M.Jordan of Lawtey, advice. For other matter the school Was Invited to visit'I the Lawtey tight but barring a. -major'castasteuphe'tvill
pose with some of the best strawberries of the season at the Bradford Comity fair. board will be charged fao per hour by .Elementary campus ..which'' Board' come out In the
Debra was the 1075 strawberry queen. Younger sister Janet Is the 183 strawberry queen. It Is the first, 1 attorney Brown, (83 per hour by attorney Member Judy BecUr"8"looks like black ,this July, ,
time sister have held the title. .. ; Shaw, and ITS per hour by attorney It could be In Home* Gardens." The
These fancy strawberries will be auctioned off te the highest bidder each Bight by County Agent Bobby,; Tomllnson all of which are' ,school gets help-from: Lawtey Correctional Was informed that a gifted 'program
Taylor and replaced with new, fresh berries every day of the fair. reduced rates by$ia and$2$per hour.' Institution In keeping. up the LE: at Bradford High la now five
In the Judging of the strawberries Wednesday. wtey's Leo Starling took first plate for the best flatof -', Brown took his seat as the board' attorney campus. weeks old an4 has 21 students., :The,
Bradford berries. Tommy Cason was second, and Lawtey area grower Luther HUliard third. '? ft.. Monday ,night. students meetevery, Tuesday all day
Youth Education booth winners are 1) Bradford Education Association. 3> 4-H. and 3) Ctrl Scouts; k", Asked 'Accepted for evaluation bids on instructional long, says Mrs. Julie Miller,English
Senior Education booth winners are 1) Lawtey Correctional Institution, I) Union Correctional Institution r f{ by Board Member'Patricia ,television equipment for teacher in char ge of the,program,
and 3) the Vo-Tech Center's Horticulture Booth.Commercial booth winners are I)wyer-Slade.. Z>, Spengler! if he realizes his firm hi the'I r, .&. } ..,'
Spectra Glo, and 3> Lake Chevrolet-Olds. # .


COUNtY THE MA8fG8'I'EL.EtMPII' ,. Mrahin. CamuxTm TA ,
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Hampton" Hiiites.By k Published every 'JIiIIt'IMf' ", : '

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Dolores Meng Jerry Wadsworth was sixteen and' ?, VUH. .' ." ,. Starks..Fie tda 3INSecond .\ .. l ;C'.::\ S. :, .}A.nnounces.the d the opening of his office.at ,' > ///if., ''.',

Phone 46fl-l>lS Danielle Hersey was eight; ,April 2: ', Mrs. Clarice Adkins spent.several) Clue ieatgtl l;IIi at ,,. .' .. - Steve Lewis was six and Stacy Young ," weeks with her daughters i andfamilies :Stark' ns w .' .i. :. '..; .j, ,", ;406',4, .'iJ'''STARCE' PLAZA ..t". ', ; .j'iv.o. "
Welcome Emily Grace Myers was six; April-S: Billy Horne was Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith in .. .\, ':';.I'I' ',, ;;' ; < :: '' **""?/ .. '1 .
Alan and Peggy Myers of Graham twelve and Amy Clark was fifteen; Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin I SubiCdpRsa Rain: I ,. ; N0 xt to Pantry. frWe) : ,' 9
announce the arrival of their baby April 6: KrIsten Michelle Fuqua Richard of Ocala. in-trade....: $10.00 pit year. '
daughter Emily Grace. She was bornat celebrated her second birthday. Pete and Judy Wall of Howell N.J, '$5.50 six: III risers:, 9-5 MOfi.-, f1.r
her home 1983, weighing man IDutskie
on April 1.
spent the Easter weekend with Mr;
6 lbs., 11 oz. and measuring 20Vi In Hampton Elementary School : PHONE 964-4668:
ches. Those listed on the A-B Honor Roll and Mrs. Ed Clayton and family trade area $11:00 per feat" "
Paternal grandparents are John for the fourth six weeks grading '$'." sit Menthe I '
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and Joy Myers of Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are Ed- First Grade: Jose Aviles, Angela
ward and Anna Clayton of HamptonLake. Baker, Shawna BuckaUew.Mofllln>
Esty Johnny Hernandez, Shannon
Paternal are Patrick Dena Radford, Ella Sierra- r ;
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.....' Mrs ,Mary -Myers.of, New.-Smyrna ,,,AvU",..,1"ya: jaytor: :-.Samanthq ,. s r, Alpsis is a Ana4t a
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Mrs. Mary Taibi of Graham,and Mrs. Second Grade: Sandra Aviles.Faye
'Mabel Clayton of Old Tappan New, Cruze. Donald Dick, Danielle Hersey,,'
Jersey. Billy Kyle, Joseph Miller Mlchae
Emily Grace joins a brother, McKenzie and Philip Carter. '
Michael who is four years old. Third Grade: Scott Branham, Josh Triple 'versatile wall
Happy Anniversary Craze Jessica Fisher Joey Hall,
Gerald and Clarice Adkins David Roberts and Fletcher R dgers.
celebrated their 57th Wedding An- Fourth Grade: Melissa Byrd,Wyatt
niversary on April 2. Collins, Aimee Hodges, and 1'J.0.-
Recent Birthdays ton. sforogesystemattipletheSovingl
March 25: Kad Watterson; March Fifth Grade: Allison Archey, Cindy f.
26: Tina Buckallew was 8 and Corey Davis, Rhonell Estes. Mary Hall,
VanSyckel was 7; March 28: Jerry Loiacano,, ,Mary Roy. and y
Charlotte Smith was five; March 29: Cheryl Thomas, iv+ fi
Jessica Fisher ws nine and Sallye Sixth Grade: Michelle Robinson.. [
Scoggins celebrated. Seventh Grade Jennifer Clark C,
March 31: Gene Birt was eight and Cassandra Fisher Mindy Henley and r .
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.. It will coat Bradford County taxpayers
is a farmer. Hart said the county lost
W3ooo over the next five 1100,000 last year and 1300,000 the 1 t ''%? 1ai;
vein to pay their than of aederallymandated year before to soil erosion. Soil ., f Y + t' y,
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survey. surveys would help the farmer and tW
County commissioners agreed Mon- builder said Hart. b w
day. April 4. to pay :as cents per acre Porter told commissioners that
for mapping out Its 187,520 acres, aloocordinli government-ordered surveys test
to Norman Porter,a u.s. Soil, acidity water tables, and soil composition
and Water Conservation specialist. to a depth of about five feet,
The sUW will[ pay another 25 cents and often are used by counties as a
per acre and the federal government basis for comprehensive planning and
will pay an additional 50 cents per toning. He showed slides of crumbled
acre for, the survey, to.cost II per foundations Of buildings and
acre. washouts, and said doll surveys could
The mandatory project will begin in have prevented such Josses.
196S and take about two years to com- "If you can save one house, that's
ptete. Bradford has two years to raise worth the cost of the survey. ," Porter
money for the survey Porter told Mid.
county commissioners. possible use of the soil surveys In
"In: other words we're gonna get Bradford County would be to Identify ,
,one whether we want it or not."askedCommissioner' areas which would be wet part of year r 1 O Q i A'p'p
Maxie Carter -Jr. and dry other times so that building
Porter sort of soft-pedaled faying In law areas could be prevented by
the survey Is mandatory, but didn't !toning reatuIa tlona. Straight-A Students for.3rd 6-Weeks at Starke Elementary... '
deny Commissioner Carter's state So far five 3-man teams of federal .- '
ment. specialists have mapped 68 percent of stralghl-A students at Starke Elementary for the third six-weeks of school Ksndice Norman Kelly Carter. FaUna Yale Tara Dlxon Calvin Walker. .
Commissioner EJL (Nook:) Nor- the state's land mainly' In Central which ended Nov. 23. are l-rI':, Patricia Boggess Jeffery Kersey Tamara Ellerson Tams Cherie Mattes f
man asked if timber company proper and South Florida. Early results show First row: Robin Register. Ryan Reddish Jimmy Parade, Donald Hardy Brian Nelson Dobbins. .
ty can be except** Porter said he that about the half the mapped land Is Roble Basset. Gareth Payne.Jeff Chilly Justin Edwards Jason Ferguson. Fourth row: Scott Duncan, Ron Zurfluh Meg Diets Lya WarUbaugh. ,
saw no reason to make such an excep poorly suited for septic tanks, according Dana Newsome. Crystal Green. '1' Patricia Rosier Gayle Douglas Allison Langer Donnie Francis. and Bernard I'
Lion to a U.S. Soil Conservation Service The four students on their knees behind the left side of Row One.are: Wendy -' Johnson.
'' be a savings" spokesman in the Gainesville of- Thornton Stephanie Sellers, Jim Spears, and Amy Johns Not shown: Jeanie Dean Aleda Kuhn. and Joe Felton.. i
said Commissioner Homer Hart, who fice. Third row: Marcus Watson, Jeffery Evans Eslella Denton Jason Howe .
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Starke power plant with injuries was a mock disaster Dees was, blew up. -'\. ;A' fantastic Job of playacting, accordingto out the driU. of the hospital staff.., :
ranging from minor burns and lacerations much relieved to learn carried out Mock disaster drills are necessary Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman. "We really appreciate the time and
,, to severe third degree burns and March 25 by Bradford County Rescue so hospital staff, rescue fire and law "The more we practice the betterwe effort these people contributed
fractures. and Bradford Hospital? enforcement agencies can test their get," says the hospital's assistant toward making:the drill as realistic as Rescue personnel with' Fire
Several "victims"simulated an unconscious o'' readiness and ability to Interact with administrator Judy Moore. possible' states C.E. (Rip) O'Steen, Department and volunteer emergency -
state due to smoke Inhalation The drill was a simulated explosion. each other in case a real disaster ever ,hospital administrator. medical technicians assisting,bad
and severe trauma. and fire at the Starke power plant. befalls Bradford county or surrounding City Power Plant Supervisor Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman the scene under control within 14 after
"It scared the hell out of me," said Dees said when word of the disaster communities. ;'& George Graudons and other city officials master-minded the entire drill and receiving the call. Within 21 minutes I
Utility Director Merrill Dees after came over the radio\ his first thought The Bradford High School including Utility Director evaluated the response of various aU the "victims",had been stabilized
hearing, about the"disaster over the ci was that Number One engine, which agriculture class participated f as Merrill Dees after he found out what agencies at the scene. Safety Officer and transported to,Bradford! Hospital i
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.1 (From Page"I A)' Approved the closing of the old T 4 wishes of, the Bradford commissioners Gave the Keystone Heights Fire -From( Page IA: This year there Is no reserve. Clerk ,
Dolph Reddish to expand the Sheriffs J Railroad at Graham at the requestof : Department permission to dump the pointed out several areas in the Road Brown is hoping but Isn't sure the \Interest -
Department into the former storage ATAn ew". remains of an old wood building into Dept budget in which way over half earned will be as much.So .
room on the north side of the cour The commissioners Indlcated'theywould the Bradford County landfill on of the year's funds have been spent in the newly offered gasoline tax
thouse across the, hall from the.herti'r.Of .Agreed the commission opposes a like to have control of the air. SR-100 Just west of KH. The board half a year. Not that there aren't looks mighty inviting the board.
ce. Reddish said he needs, local bill proposed by the officials of port which was given to the town ofkeystone noted the KH Fire Dept. answers fire other items from which money can be Farnsworth points out: f.
office space for two Investigators an Keystone Heights which would Heights In 1948 when .a calls In the.eastern parts of the county transferred the clerk said. .It \is estimated that persons living !
". 'identificationroom, and ,al waiting, abolish the KH-Starke Airport Act of former Bradford county commissiondid ; The current budget Is extremely outside of the county will pay half the .
room. 1969. The commission approved not want control of the airport' tight.: It was adopted with some gas tax ,
abolishment of that 1965 board; but relinquished control of it.That former $200.000 in interest earned by Clerk 'Anybody that rides will pay the
'.Agreed to repair' NW 25th Circle, doesn't want Bradford County have county commission made a mistake,; Has been notified Alachua Countywill Brown, but at the beginning of this, gas tax whereas some 70 percent of ,
the dirt road by the Bradford Fur- to collect taxes from residents and present commissioners agreed. i discontinue effective April 13 budget year Brown said he didn't county homeowners now pay no pro
niture' Factory off ,US-MI north of businesses Inside the KH airport\ for rescue services into the edge of Brad- know if the board could make It tax. Feeling of the commission
Starke. Commission Chairman remittance Keystone Heights\: -It Was told by 'County Attorney ford County. Alachua Co. will respond .. through the year In the black. Trhat everybody ought to pay a little \
Lawrence Mosley told Lee Rowan the was agreed Commissioner E.W Dudley Hardy Dial he has revised the to the phone dialing of number The year, before the budget was tax. s,
road'would be fixed, but'not until Hodges will -phone Rep. George- Bed mining ordinance and sent >>.#. 9U for rescue for Bradford residents balanced with some $500,000 in rainy Clerk Brown and board agreed
after 'other 'roads In the county, .in Crady; DYulee.and Rep. Frank cop ea of it to Georgia-Pacific who ;have, 10caw'-'J.1j! bera Into,. .-da, -funds..the commission .!had In ,Monday to notify all elected officials li
.werMshapdv, acre. repmlr \ ArWibilatMAYal. ILaW. abbut'i e 'j.! a Lak 'Dviei6re! .A $ < ,, .,.., .
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J by EtUabett Terry guests of their parents Mr and Mrs. and their mother, Mrs. Buford Hig- Wilkison III, and Robert were Sunday -
J phoae 72.3300! Bill Dobbs ginbotham ,and. their. son,' Danny dinner guests of their parents, Developed At University of Florida
I Mrs. Earl Troxell returned home Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Wilkison Jr. Replaces Natural Bait,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: with her daughter Mrs. Craig Carroll Mrs. Danny Waters and daughter, Phil Eunice of Lake City and his C t f
j Easter Sunday was a wonderful day and children of Boca Raton and will Arln,,went to visit her sister In Arkan brotherInlaw.Arthur\ Melton of Ga ATTRACTS FISH
. at First Baptist Church. We hud al spend a week with them. Graham'were Sunday dinner guests
DiN w IT REALLY WORK!
' good crowd and a real good service TirT and Mrs Clary Terry andGr'anddaughter' sas.Mr.. and Mrrf. Allen Brown of' of Phil's parents Mr, and Mrs. q ,,,5 ,
I and some special singing. After mornIng of Newberry visited Jacksonville attended services\ with Harold Eunice. I
, services the children and'young heir cousin, Miss Elizabeth Terry,on their mother Mrs. Wilma: Wainwright Mrs. Lonnie Teston is still with her' scl O bas As Seen&Advertised on TV
people enjoyed an Easter egg hunt. Sunday afternoon. "" and' she was their dinner mother Mrs. Wardle Melton In the Wholesale Retail
PERSONALS *iI7Mr. Mr and Mrs. Lyle Schmehl of guest. ,. Winter Garden Hospital.She Isn't get
and Mrs. Tim Brown and Jacksonville wore. Sunday dinner'' : Mr. and Mrs.."in King; and family ting along well at all. Marcus De- CommissaryFood r
daughter from Virginia spent a few- guests of-;their brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley of wayne la staying with his grand .,
days with their parents, pastor' I and sister Jolt; and Mrs. James Waters Jacksonville, Mr/ and .Mrs. Benny father. SR225 Lawtcy 782-3017 Store
Mrs. David Brown. ''r
Jimmie Tanner of Jacksonville.Mr .
and Mrs, Steve Hayes and Kim
Mr: and Mrs. Randy Hayes Mr. aadMrs. "
Wayne Te.tonL Pam and
Jonathan Mr. and Mrs.David Gaines
and Derek all from Starke visited
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Mrs Earl Weston on Easter Sunday.
Mrs Gayle Dobbs and sons, Tommy
and Dewey, of Conyers Ga: spent
a few days with her parents.Mr. and .
*Mrs. Novel Gay: How to take the risk out ,;
,.Mrs. Reggie Norman visited her In-
laws MT. and Mrs Truman Norman? I
on Thursday! afternoon.. ..-. .
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J ,spent from Sunday,Mar. 27 to Friday. .
t and Miss Elizabeth Terry spent of Social and ,
from Tuesday until Thursday .with Security I
their sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland in
Gainesville. Mrs Strickland receiveda'
good report from. the doctor;ton ,
Thursday' Mr; and Mrs Benton ;
Futch of, 'Gracevillo 'and their';' iiiiiiiVf ANIA
daughter. Mrs.' Chuck Jones 'and
children. Brand and Andrew Warrens .
visited Mrs. Strickland also on Thurs
day. Miss Terry returned home with I
them / 1
Mrs. Beatrice Ceballos 'andchildren
of'Jacksonville spent the
weekend with her parent Mr..and

Mrs. M.D. Crapse &.". ... ,
>Mrs. Henry A. ; of Columbia I
S.C.' spent the Easter holidays With ,

her,Mr mother.'* Flossie"Mrs.Elva Rosier Klrkiand.and ,-her.' ''Florida Bank; the bank'that: broughtyou.Florida deduct your'IRA: contribution (up to $2,000'per) wage' I:

daughter.Mrs Aroto. Mrs Abstain Clarice of Micanopy Carter visited and Gold,;: Iso)brings;:? you;'the Great IRA earner) right oft, the top.of your.taxable income on, '

\\ Mr: 'and Mrs. Burton' Walter. ..In What makes, our, IR$ so"g'reat7 Daily comyoUr tax return. That means you 'can reduce I

Alachua Urs. Wayne on Thursday Hardee. and, children. POUnd gr.i Wher) you open(sin I IRA Witli s"us.your your 82 taxes.as much as $1.000! It all depends or* ( '... d'money.worss i

attended an Easter egg hunt. at the l overtime., Every day.'' Not j Just quarterly your tax bracket. J..

., Fred borne Carter of her parents. 1I4z. and >inn"'< :;or uallY\.Th | i jeans,you earn appreciably more II you've,already filed,then put' your refund to ( ;'1
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their stater I HeA"g Mrs: Sarah".,1.111III Woman....of. oney'on'tax t es:.Act now; : -before' f.1rWqJ' l land: ; :out of taxes stop by your; nearest Florida; Bank' Sort. ;. : : rY ;

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1-- "Eddie\ Macon'Run," the Universal Pictures Douglas, tit star of Innumerable adventure
movie adapted from an advent un movies,plays a tough New Jersey coo
novel by the late James McLendon who pumuos*Eddie: relentlessly to the In
EddieMacon's Starke and Blowing Rock. had I W I evitable end'

southern release in 'a selected group ol<< Celebrating the opening of the film In "I
theatres the Carolina Georgia and New North Carolina the Woman' Club of BlowIng rol ,
Orleans on March a,Including Boone, N,C Rock, sponsored an open house at the
near Blowing Rock where the story' was Community Center, marking the kick-off of
written. a civic protect in honor of McLendon. The
alt "VIM According to information received here project will include reconstruction of a
Run the film will be released to theatres in nature path that was one of the author'sfavorite
several! larger Florida cities in April, and spots In his. adopted town.

should reach smaller towns including iMcLendon' wife. Anne, and their three
Coming Starke. three or four weeks later. It will be children. Stacey, Ian and Caitlin still
booked at the Florida Theatre. reside in Blowing RocaL where they spent

McLendon. son of Mr and Mrs. R.P. the last several years before his death from
Soon McLendon of Starke. was also the author of cancer In March 1967 They were honored
"Dtath Work," his first big-selling novel guest during the filming of the movie on
which described events of a tutnultous day
.' at Florida State Prison when three men anda l Vt. i'.
woman on death row were executed the ::1 Y ad
-; electric chair. 1.

"Eddie Macon's Run." which co-stars "
John Schneider in the title role, and veteran
actor Kirk Douglas as his unrelenting
nemesis' tells the story of a ISO-mile croasi -
desert run made by a young prison escapeeto
join his wife in Mexico. Schneider, who
plays Bo Duke on the popular television
w series, "The Dukes of Hazzard," makes his f Kirk Douglas (left) as hard-nosed cop is determined to bring

first dramatic young movie man appearance wrongly convicted a determined of- In Eddie Macon (John Schneider), the escaped prison inmate..

crime, who risks a daring escape from
prison in order to rejoin his family.
location In Laredo,Taut and war recent In preparation for his physically demanding
James McLendon guest of the McLendons in Starke. role in Eddie Macon" Schneider .

Eddie* Mc eoot'a Run"1 Is one of three underwent a rigorous-- exercise program,
books in a trilogy by McLendon with a running !several miles a day while on loca-i' '
theme baaed on freedom. The author grew lion in Laredo.He was Impressed with Rlay-
Correctional"nalstate prison (now Union Ing the escaped prisoner who he said '
Institution), where his father someone struggling to be free,and is willing
etriTcmiALs was a veteran prison official. "graduated to suffer a lot of pain to reach his goal. Themost
from Bradford High School prior to startinga Important thing In his life is his relationship
career ta newspaper writing which toot with his wife and child. He is an
him to various locations, Including Key Idealistic hero who risks a daring escape
West where he was intrigued by the legend from prison K rejoin his family Maxim!'

of Ernest Hemingway and gathered Kirk Douglas also liked playing the
Groundwater Supply ThreatenedThe material for the his biography, "Papa," recounting character of the persistent cop Carl Mar-.
Hemingway years on that zack. "There is a bizarre element to him."
island McLendon struggled with his writing .
says Douglas. 'He'. the underdog. I'm
for 12 years "before a word was ever
fascinated with characters who are loners
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push to protect Florida's drink- from regulation by the DER, but yet published, his wife recalls. like Marzack. He's determined to be a good

water from hazardous waste, are located in unincorporated areas The prolific author left behind several un cap at all costs because it's the only thinghe
ing will that experience the most rapid growth. finished manuscripts, including the outline s ever want d." Douglas's\ career has
sewage, and explosive growth oc- 'of a story called "Swa_m< '" which has spanned more than three decades, with
cupy the limelight at the present ses- They rely largely on septic tanks and been purchased by director-producer: \: some of the most .powerful and.exciting
sion of the State Legislature. small, inefficient, poorly maintained Sidney Pollack for televiai n. films ever made. .

Cheered on by concerned Floridians, "package plants" that are multiplyingacross \

key lawmakers in both chambers are Florida by the thousands

proposing legislation to help preserve because they are a quick, and com-

Florida's greatest tourist attraction paratively inexpensive way for home
Without builders to avoid the time and expense
its natural resources. pure I
drinking water, clean air, and un- required to build central systems.The Bradford Corn Production: Will Be 'Cut About:50 Percent Under. PIK ..

polluted lakes and streams, all other state is rapidly approaching the '\.
r" -
manmade attractions would be wor- saturation point with septic tanks.Last Thirty-four Bradford County growers mean' In Bradford 'would crop diversion" programs$ were eligible, .

thless. year, 50,000 new units were placed in will receive 18,128 bushels of corn and 678 a 50 percent reduction the under PIK to divert an additional J to 39
is Florida's sandy, porous soils, bushels of sorghum under the U.&Department amount of feed corn.produced bent. this percent of their base crop acreage or"to
Groundwater pollution perhaps effluents into the of Agriculture's PIX (Payment tot summer.Coopera:1. :_ "bid" on the yield percentage they! would
Florida's most pressing problem, pitting discharging directly Kind) program designed to reimburse grower* will receive their accept for removing all of, their'base
our rapid growth against a ground water. Frequently they are us- growers for acreage withheld from plan dealer's warehouse In this. acreage from production. 'r '
delicate natural balance: Florida's ed in areas that also rely on shallow in- ting In the current" season. area but not before August IS. For complying with the acreage reduction
dividual or private subdivision wells and paid land diversion programs! ,
swelling population and industrial On statewide basis Florida farmers ,
According to Warren Carver of the Brad- a farmers will be eligible for
growth is straining its water supply, an for drinking water. ford ASCS office,1.659 acres,representing participating in the program have agreed such aa land diversion payments progr.mbenefits l
estimated 92 percent of which is said to There is increasing evidence that 87 percent of the eligible feed grain base to lake .48 percent of<< their 1M6-8L base Commodity Credit Corporation loans and;;;
from groundwater siphoned bacteria virus and other acreages In Bradford County were enroll- acreage of corn and grain sorghum out of .purchases.,PlKflnd! taeget.pFiRRdrrgttuerr
come particles ? ; .'."i ed in the intended to reduce crop7 production this yean.SUteftnJcreeASCS1' "
program
from two aquifers which are pollutants flow from septic tank drain'fields sttrplnsea-by taking acreage edit of produc I Gl ctaJa.piMd4t'4he'. 'good .., y.1i.'u vulnerable to salt water and manmade into surface' water, ground I....The program rttiMburcef. cooperating:; treaponsea by farmers because Florida cropland! taken W out ol production, be II 4

contamination.Those water, and into wells. The question is.. farmers with an trim-. kiDd" commodity com producers have generally lost moneyon devoted to conservation uses to prqtect'it
equal in amount with that which would the crop in recent years due to drought .
how the land absorb from wind and water
much "Based
can erosion.
concerned about the environ- sewage ,. normally be produced on the implanted and low market prices. on
without becoming a serious health pro-; the program enrollment figures, S30 acres
legislation
ment are supporting new acreage. Those: who agreed to take 20 percent of must be put Into conservation use,"
blem
called the water Quality AssuranceAct ? Carver said the 1.859 acres enrolled In their land out of production under earlier Carver said.

of 1983, which they believe is need- The head of the State Department of '
ed to safeguard the state's water
Environmental Regulations says .. ..
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resources. But the Florida "Florida is drowning in a sea of human Agent by> TaylorBradtedCowtyAgeat
Homebuilders Association is strongly waste." Massive fish kills in lakes and County NotebO.9k. I

opposed to the strict limitations on sep- streams in recent years lends supportto .. ,
tic tanks, which they say would cripple this statement.
construction and retard growth in the Several hundred dollars can be added to tipede being a poor choice for an active watch ano promptly treat with and
state. the value of your home by the presence of a family. Balua produces a very durable sod insecticide or fungicide,tlhease
,Although new septic tank regula-i beautiful lawn. It is worth even more in which .is able to withstand heavy traffic, pests can be controlled. .
But the facts must be faced: tions will work a special hardship in terms of pleasure and pride it affords all Color and texture of the leaves are Important Like people,'grasses have different'ap

Surface waters all over Florida are flat, low-lying areas, such as Bradford members of the family On the other hand, features of lawn .,aaaes. Some, petites. Bermuda may need as many a*
in violation of water quality standards County, we must pause and considerthe it can be a mesa If the proper grass Is I not such as Improved bermuda and koysias twelve fertilization yearly, while most

because of nutrients, bacteria, and alternative to compliance. If the selected, planted,,and- maintained/, ; are as fine and soft as silk St. Augustine other art.perfectly- content with only. .'two
other from plant and alternative is the sacrifice of one of our The best lawn grass, .is a matter of personal battle, centipede and carpet grass are to three. -
pollutants sewage opinion and prelerence-There are more coarse.The fine ones,unproved bermudas Augustine grass ijhe most likely to
tank discharges. Hundreds of most valued resources, our uncon- in require more care.In
septic advantages and disadvantages for every particular, stay green during I_ .CenUpedeand
communities have no central sewage taminated water supply, we have no grass. What one person considers: .... color lawn grasses range from,yellow- bermuda are generally hrewsorstraw coJ ,
treatment facilities at all, are free choice but to comply. asset may be a liability to another.In green centipede) to bluish-green. zpysia ored for several! months during the winter.
shaded areas;some grasses-grow well and improved bermudas). jn our area.Another .

and others grow poorly Augustine Weeds can be controlled In moat lawn point!to consider when selecting
grass will tolereat a high amount of grasses grown here if the right: chemical a lawn !gir Is drought tolerance. Bahia j
Peat Mine Plans shade, while bermuda green grows best far U used and if it Is applied lit correct grass is far superior to the other lawn )
I Georgia Pacific Says full sun. Zoysia green Is a 'slowpoke' in amounts at the proper time. It is generally grasses under dry cadl tens-BabJa's deep i
regard to rate of growth while bermuda is easier to control weeds in bermuda and and extensive root system allows! it to survive i
Adequate Control, of Peat FiresEditor a rapid vigorous grower; zoysia than in St. Augustine and centipede weeks without water, St. Augustine
Incorporate
A fast-growing grass'may be desired While no lawn grass if free of insect and .hat good drought tolerate' while' centipede
when establishing a new lawn. but this ap- disease pests, some seem to be more has poor drought tolerance. .
Georgia-Pacific harvest peat in Swamp would do all the terrible parent advantage turns into a disadvantage susceptible than others. This .is clearly 'What-Is your preference among' lawn
Bradford County Telegraph the Santa Fe Swamp the things some people say it will when it comes time to mow; brought to your attention if you have ever.had grasses?It will be your gran, and the
Starke, Florida 32091 possibility of a prolonged peal do, we would not proceed withkject. Some withstand foot traffic Chinch bugs in St. Augustine grass. choice is up to you In selecting your lawn
or
fire u would actually be reduced. the In fact we will not grasnes Sod webworms and armyworms attack all grass, consider the above points before
better Bermuda is
Dear Sir: How can that beTGeorgi.Paciflc's proceed until a pilot project wear unsurpassed than In others.this respect with grass.cenw3r type of lawn grasses grown here' ; but par planting your home ground. .
As the representative of a confirms that harvesting will i n ticularly like Bermuda If yon ;closely,
harvesting .
which not ruin theenvironment as ,
responsible company call for a water storage .
plan
some self styled experts assert '
was unfai"'y treated In a recent system which could be used to But that is another ..lory.Herman' mologlcol :-: ',
Workshop'
entitled
editorial ,
misleading flood a peat fire almost Immediately Forestry .in.)Bradford County' :
"Fiery Deathtrap Canned by Needless to say this ". Moore .t\\ At Public Library. .c" ,
Smoke on 1-73 Could Happen would permit more certain control Public Affairs Manager ..- .. ,...i, 't *
Here in Future If...," I want to than the act of wailing for Southeastern RegionGeorgiaPacific by David W.Norton attached fertilizer bag'by some such That ,BradfordCounty I. "Public
to the
set the record straight with the "nature to come to the rescue Corp. Bradford County p'eresterBecause Library is pleased to announce that
statement can at least .. reading as 10-10-10 or 8-8-8 Both of theseare
hope my with rainfall" another genealogical workshop for
heavy
partially offset the damage ._. ,.(. r ,-- equal combinations to use. beginners will be held at the library; ,
done by an Inadequately Therefore' if we accept your of the font[ and sandy soils thatcover 'As to quantity figure one toiwo. ;pounds 10&E.Jackson St.,beginning April 11.
researched article. writer s premise that the potential We're Only as StrongAs so much of Florida, odd are that' per inch of diameter if your tree .is lea Topics to be das tn- .
for a peat fire increases Our Leader forest trees shading your lawn would than six Inches in the trunk,and twice that chider organization family records,
Your editorial writer correctly with a drought the possibility benefit from a good balanced fertilizer applied rate if It Is over six inches in diameter. beginning family research, research' ,
concluded that dried peat Is of dangerous smoke from a To the Editor! in the '." .tools, and the. research .'
correc) way. roots the ee. It 'process.
Most of the of are within .
more susceptible to burning fire would actually be .
peat As a concerned citizen, voter Special Interests of class members'
than wet peat however, the lessened if the swamp were to Only you can make the final decisions as to 24 inches of the surface of the ground, ," ,
; and tax-payer,I write to you today time will also be Included hi the rOI1'Sm.Tbere .
the
to fertilize However now is where with the roots of
or not. competing
are
facts directly contradict the' be harvested by Georgia- they .
in regards to an article I area limited numberof'Ings
open.
following statement made In Pacific rather than remain un to get started if you do;'but if your trees'look grass and any other wing, '
read In the Telegraph l (Thursday want to getting left for this' class.: .To reserve,
and via'you may Your for food
healthy nearby. strategy
the editorial: touched.I March 24> your place call the library. ,
skip it.Also. to the tree Is to drill or punch holes II inches
..
..after it ( ) has been understand why there is 644400, Class. reservations will be'
peat can : I couldn't help but wonder -fertilize or so In depth,below mo t competing
mined and dried, for opposition to the taking of peat would such you need not any small accepted on a first come, tint nerve
why people as a
roots.
harvesting', as It wiU be if and .from the Santa Swamp,even trees you transplanted during the past basis. Meetings are whAiln1. for. .
when Georgia-Pacific is allowed though I do not agree with county two Judge chiefs county and attorney a winter because it doesn't have root well, Make the holes every couple of feet and April 11 and April,18 f 'T-ai p.m.

to process it for fuel, it will everything the opposition says. go to police the rescue of an arrested mayor enough established\ to absorb the nutrients.the trees. an Inch or so in diameter for you will pour 'Ther*will be a charge$3 to cover. .
be time I do not question your Avoid waste by waiting until the granular fertilizer down them to the *
a potentially deadly Also law-breaker. They should wantto cost of forms and dose handouts.Special .
,httle fel"tiliaer. .,
condemn shows growth, then give it a bottom. Locate the holes out under the '
bomb. right to support or such off the 'TbaokYmi .
affect the' \ keep people Pines generally don't-need fertilizer limbs as far us the drip line. Pour the '
which ;
protects 'rbe' Bradford
instead of to .County tibraiil
After noting that a proposedpeat street wanting put because they require considerably quantity of fertilizer you've chosen into the '
public. wishes to sincere! tanks to
.
harvesting site is between them back in circulation.This Finally. express
less nutrients than ether species. holes, approximately equal amounts in
two heavily traveled highwaysand However, I do contend that kind of thing gets next to palms need a fertilizer rich In manganese each' You can refill the. boles with.soil, the Friends' of Uw' Bradford Count, ;
that dry peat can be Ignited advocacy mandates responsibility me. I was wondering If it has rather than the kind Identified below. land,-or peat.TertiHz :: Public Library, wits toe finanekd..'
by a tossed cigarette, sparks for fair and factual support of the rriends.'tha Wrary
,
from machinery or lightning, treatment and.therefore, trust bothered anyone else. If you have oa4 hickories, 'maple ** now in early spring, and plan was. able to add UW JtM edition of the. .
the editorial statesonce afire, you will want to set the record' Remember, we leaden.ar*. only as sycamores sweet ...fudwshade of tip I to do so aflata. In December,, u nutrients ",.Nm. tr.1'rV Britannic* to' (he, .
it will smoulder for weeks and straight on this issue. 1 assure strong as our many other b are needed, :his will keep. the tree. .In,good This so volume set should! prove" I Invaluable -,
even months Impossible to you that Georgia-Pacific which In closing.I want to say thank adapted for Florida than you may-.want a.r growing condition. to student and lay' .persons..
control until nature comes to not undertake project God for Judge East-more in consider fertilization. There ?:will be plenty of pamphlet. ,interested la furthering their tmm-. ,
the rescue with heavy rainfall." would be likely to cause a Putnam County. He didn'tlisten. A fertilizer with equal parts nitrogen to material available on many aspects.of lion Support of th*'
Had writer bothered to fiery deathtrap". that of phosphate and potash Is recom forestry the fair.So,stop by and browse Library K vital to the growth' Cgnrty., ;
ascertain your the' facts he or she Further. I assure you that if A Concerned Citizen mended. Those three elements, always In around the. forestry exhibit. Enjoy?. the t11 library servic*in Bradford r

would have teamed that should peat harvesting in the Santa Fe Hampton,Florida I that order will be. ,represented"'... on the tag f.lrl. .. -


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I Susan Champion and Thomas Derkman Married March 18The


SUrke Woman Club was the neckline and front yoke were trimmed The bocial Side'b
setting for the marriage of Susan with simulated pearls and sequins
Angela Champion daughter of Mr. The gown also featured long tapered
and Mrs, Don. E. Champion of sleeves flounced hem and chapel \ /*
Keystone Heights to Thomas Richard length train. She wore a heart GladysMootyT TheSociety
Derkman son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren necklace, a gift from the groom and
T. Derkman, {SUrke. her finger tip veil of nylon was Editor /
secured with a lace head piece with ,
Rev." Father Andrew Bonet of Spr- blush veil. She carried a bouquet of
Inghill Chapel. Springhtll Fl. per white roses carnations, baby' 5(r.A r.r 964-7608 News I
formed the nuptials on Friday, March breath, fern and white streamers.A ( i 0
18, at 7pm.;
In the auditorium was'an altar arrangement -
of three candelabra, reception was also held at the
:decorated with white gladiolus, pink Woman's Club where the I.I8htriI.
Carnations, lavendar mums snapdragons David and Benny Carter, greeted .the Linda Slade
Carter/ Tom III
'' white daisies and green guests at the door.The ,
Tern. A small crucifix' was on the
altar brides and grooms table were
; both covered with white cutwork
( Miss Louise Stern, pianist"" and cloths and both centered ,with ,arrangements Wed March 26 in Jacksonville
Rhonda soloist of carnations ,mums
Stern presented a snapdragons; glads and fern.. The H a _
program Mien music; bride's table held a white three tiered Linda Cheryl Carter: daughter of Following we ceremony me reception -
George the groom's brother of held in the of
r Mr. and Mrs Vasco Carter was dining rooms
cake with bride and t
In-Iaw served as best man. Ushers wedding topped .f {,, r Jacksonville and Thomas Howell the Club Continental.The tables were
ere Raymond Whittle David Carter groom. The groom's cake was Slade Ill son of Judy Griggs Slade ofJacksonville covered with white linen cloths. The
ball chain
chocolate with and
nd Benny Carter, all of Starke. a Beach and Tom Slade hors d'oeuvers table was centered
decoration. Mrs. Ann Stefanelli godmother -
of the bride, cut and served h Jr. of Orange Park were marriedSaturday with an arrangement of spring/
,March 28, at 2 pm. on the flowers. The bride's table held the
cake.The
the it
Ms. Paula Champion, sister of the South Terrace Patio of Club Continental wedding cake topped with a
>ride, was maid of honor. Attendants in Orange Park. miniature arrangement of flowers.
"ere Ms. Heidi Chanatry of punch table held two floral arrangements -

Gainesville, matron of honor Mrs. .two bowls of the one same with flowers and _________ Rev. John Davis performed the The bride is a graduate of the
iheryl Allen sister of the and punch daquirie
groom with wedding under an arched University of North Florida. She is a
Martina punch and one fruit punch. Ms. Pt' ceremony
Mrs. Champion sister-in-law i
with
Crime Prevention Specialist
v'9f ; trellis entwined with pink roses carnations
Solloccio served the
rf the bride. Cindy punch.
They were gowned alike and Duval County
pastel mums dainty
n light lavendar floor length point Mrs; Oren Derkman mother of the The groom graduated from Florida
esprit lace trim gowns of nylon with groom and Heidi Chanatry and Cindy greenery.
Presenting a program of nuptial State University and is employed by
assisted In A J JA
Solloccio serving.
itand-up neckline of lace. Fitted empire music was a harpist. Dozier Paint Co. of Jacksonville.The .
bodice and front and back yokes. Following a wedding trip on a couple will reside in Orange
'weeks cruise from Barbados to St. Ushers were Jack Slade and Jeff Park.
JA flounced bodice created a capelet Martin, $t. Thomas, San Juan Mar- Slade brothers of the groom.
effect, also a aired skirt. They wore tinique and then to Miami and Orlando Given in marriage by her father Among the out-of-town guests were
fresh- flower arrangements In their the couple are residing in Hillcrest the bride wore a floor length,sky blue the groom's maternal grandmother,
ar-rangements subdivision in Keystone Heights. gown with wide white ruffle neck line. Mrs. Melrose Griggs of Cornelia Ga.,
,',' She carried an arm bouquet of pink Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griggs of Hartwell
baby's breath, fern and mums with The bride graduated from Keystone Y roses and spring flowers and wore an Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Slade Sr. of
li ight lavendar ribbon streamers. Heights High School ,and is now open crown white bridal hat Starke, paternal grandparents Mrs.
I employed with House of Travel In Jeanette Carter sister of the bride, Clyde Sinclair, great aunt Mr. and .
The bride given in marriage by her Gainesville. The groom graduatedfrom served as bridal attendant. Jack Mrs. M.W. O'Brien and Mr and Mrs.
rather, wore a all over white lace Bradford High School and is now'' Slade was best man. Parents of the, John Whelchel and family of Boca
: ;own with fitted bodice with illusion employed with Winn Dixie store.in bride and groom stood at the altar Raton. Mrs. O'Brien and Mrs.
,ront and back net'yokes. The Starke Mr,and Mrs.Thomas Derkmaa with the couple. Whelchel are aunts of the groom.



I Mr. ahdMrs.: : / Guy Futch Celebrate I 50th Anniversary


1 I t Mr: 'Guy'' Futch were'' Cyril McL.odsTo
Mrs.
honored ficiaiing the ceremony bell. It was decorated with color Miss Dee Gaskins, Mrs. Jenny Sikes,
at a reception Sunday Mrs. Futch wore a moss green theme, green trim and yellow roses. Miss Brenda Sikes Mrs.Glenda Shar- 1 Celebrate
March 17 'In celebration of theirgolden crepe street length dress with lace Attached to the cake with gold braid mon and Mrs. Sue Thomas.The guest 50th AnniversaryMr.
wedding anniversary given by collar and cuffs complemented by a were six smaller cakes each book was attended by Miss Patty
their children Mrs. Inez Sauls Mrs. 'ellow; rose corsage. 'decorated' to represent the.six Shannon Photo albums representing
Barbara Cassels Mrs. Louise 'children Guy and Debris were bless- ,this marriage were on display. /
and Mrs. Cyril McLeod will be.
Cassels,Marvin Futch. Lamar Futch ed with.The tables covered with Gifts and
held in the Ronnie Johnson sang "Precious were were opened fellowshipwas honored with a 50th Wedding Anniversary
and Mrs. Lita Johnson Church. Memories" with his own.guitar. ac-' white lace cloths over gold linen and enjoyed by all attending this happy Reception Sunday April 17,
Evergreen Baptist companiment.The held silk flower arrangements ,in ( occasion from 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. at the Lake
cake, made and decorated by pastel colors. Mr. and Mrs. Futch have lived in Butler Woman's Club.
Traditional wedding, vows were their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Arrie. .Lawtey most of their lives and have The sons of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril
repeated before a host of family and Futch, had three tiers topped with a Mrs: Inez Brice served as hostess. six children 15 grandchildren and McLeod request the presence of all
friends with Rev,,James Saunders of- bride and groom and 50 year wedding Assisting were Mrs, Linda Gaskinsr eight great grandchildren.: friends and relatives.


ShowersMiss Did You Know.,........ '


Anita Green Starke! Corsages were presented to.. at the home of Mrs. Gerald Norman. 'Eldon.R. Sapp; grandmothers Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall of ,
,
Shower Honoree Miss Green and her mother.. Hostesses for the occasion were ,Estelle Padgett and Mrs.Eldon Sapp, St. George's Island and grand .
The refreshment table was covered Mrs.Barney Eggers\ and Mrs. Gerald along with great grandmother Mrs. 'L children' of Fort Lauderdale were I
Mini Anita Green, April 30 bride- with a shower party cloth and Norman Assisting in. serving were. Louise Norman. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben .,
elect of Dale Wilcox was honored at a centered with a decorated sheet cake. Miss Rhonda Sapp Carolyn Harr-, .The! hostesses presented then Rowland. The Rowlands also had as r
bridal shower
Beach Marina Club House.1.III.dHf.l1t Roiled was a be j'becw grttL.ru' '!to J.'t!...e!!:, .nuKrm" : <> ti'-i 'i SJHr" ,.... .the.......CCSston.r.......... .. M Wmr r'lHMP B MM* tWie( ?.J,; sbt irrt"f'hE'/eRFidod"r/ i1oe[f3"Sharon wflnia,""' dos tyton ptpmk'wAwww a -3HV TTWW1-" -f TyI .w- .7rr..boi.--- -iJFs+.a. ei.C4' .3 -\.J.; 1.;, Lf J;t.: : 1of!!.
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Mrs. Carol Riter Mrs Arridean'. Harrington were used throughout, the party. ( "" ,
Albertie, Mrs."Coiean;(. .McCain and r ., .i :'ilur/
Mrs. Linda Lyler. Showr Honor.. The 25 guests Included the brides' rru( j
''The guests were employees of mother, Mrs. Clifford Harrington,'
Nassau General Hospital where Miss Miss Sharon Harrington,bride electof grandmother: Mrs. R. V Green of
Green is employed' and the bride- David Sapp, was honored at a Macclenny. Attending also was the (
elect's mother,Mrs.Herbert Green of bridal shower on Saturday, March M prospective grooms mother, Mrs. GIFWIr,


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The City of Starke Community Development Block e;,


.: ,Grant Office is Compiling a 'list of general contrac- .\ ;


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tors to( participate in the rehabilitation program. ;* + ,
...., Make a qualifying deposit to a

:r." new or existing savings account

or new checking account and.

;f choose your gift of Fortune.

'ALL CONTRACTORS ,MUST BE ABLE: TO : 1//; Fortune Federal has a variety of accounts that put your ,

a .' money to work,earning Interest have a ._. .. .
r' ,'! variety of gift premiums that makelbryouWea depositing your '.' .v;: .'
with us even! more Interesting By making a ww !/"
money
'. 1.,Provide a photostated'copy.of state.license. qualifying deposit you may take home one of these ; !,.,+ m ;'.. ',' ,
t useful premiums free oratalDWdIscountpr1ceas .
shown in the chart.Drop by one of our convenient t "y
,2.. Furnish 'evidence t of comprehensive' public liability insurance ," offices loon..Ntiu will find financial services and a ..J_I .

the for not less than $100,000 in the hardcmeglttfOSJltycurneed5.; .."
-'. coverage' protecting, owner, ;, .

event of bodily injury including death and 25,000; in the event of property wNa-_""Mll uw_p nM..-.nw..............., "'" ",,-.'s '
local Ju \=Ma err :'.r.-::: ,,,,r,,?
damage arising out ofthe, work coverage required. by _._It_ t a
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I Ucoming! EventsDown Starke Woman's Club

10, (II', ,', Jeanna Padgett. To Hold Annual MeetingThe

Gregory PadgettTo
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Schoemlng, "' 'f. "I'A j'\'f; BC Senior Wed April S Woman's Club of Starke will

Walter $wl..dell.', '\:' '\"-k\i Citizens Club,'. ', >to ," Mr. and Mrs. John D. Padgett.marriage Sr. hold Wednesday their annual,April 13 luncheon, at 12 noon meeting in the

To Wed April W ijr.; Members of the Senior Citizens 'announce the approaching club house.
\ of their daughter,Joanna M.Padgett
Club were happy to welcome back HostesseS will be Mrs. R.A. Green,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. of Mr.and
Schoenlng their club president Harry Fertlg, to Gregory C. Padgett, son Jr. chairman Mrs. O.L. Beasley,
announce the approaching marriageof Mrs. L.E. Padgett.
after an extended illness. J.E. Denmark, Mrs Willie Mae
their daughter, Dawn Michelle to The wedding will be an event III Friday Mn. Edwards Mrs.
Walter Franklin Swindell, .son'r.'of covered Tuesday dish April 13, there will be a April S, at 7:30 p.m. at the First SSlJFaulkner,Guy Mrs. J.W. .Kln ald,
Walter Swindell and the late Helen dinner at noon. If you Baptist Church in Maxville with a Mrs. Cecelia Ter-
Swindell all of Starke. are visiting in our area we invite you reception following" In the church Mrs T.andd Mrs. Olin White,
The wedding planned for Satur to visit with us, or if you live here we auditorium. wtUegar I

day, April 16. at 2 p.m. In the First Invite you to come and Join. We have All friends and relative are Invitedto .
United Methodist Church, Starke;' singing jokes poetry bingo and attend. I
good fellowship. !
I Homemaker't Club

+ a v t rI Women of St. Mark's ,"'t<',"''' "... Junior Woman's Club / Lunch Meet BunchTo Friday To Meet April(.14 ; ( !

I Ri I >Rr '' Y To Meet April 12 ; To Meet April. 11 Starke Homemaker's1 J Club will

I The Presbyterian Lunch Bunch will meet Thursday April 14, at 10 a jn. in II
The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal The Junior Woman's Club will meet meet Friday at 12 noon in the the Agriculture Building. 1he publicis
Church will meet Tuesday April 12, Monday, April Jl, at 7:30: p.m. at the Fellowship Hall. Rev.R. C.Gillis will invited to attend. "I' ,
at 7:30 porn: in the Parish Jlou e. club house. .;. I i J'i be the speaker. I II II I I

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BIRTHS / BAIT' .c

I NEW GATOR
Matthew Sanders Fried .
Melissa Maria Sites, \ '
As Seen*Advertised on TV Developed at UP
Flower Laden Cross Denotes the Risen Christ... Jack and Marty Fried of Sulphur Marine Sgt. and Mrs. Frank Silcox NATURAL BAIT :
La., formerly of Gainesville announce of Jacksonville announce the I birth;>> ofa REPLACES .
Holly Shields of the First United Methodist Church In Starke reaches highto the birth of a son, Matthew Sanders. daughter, Melissa Maria born April ATTRACTS FISH
place lowers on the wooden cross us students from the elementary Sun on March 13 in Lake Charles La. He 1 at Cecil Field in Jacksonville. WORKS!
day School classes celebrate the Redirection on Easter Sunday. joins a sister, Sarah, age three. Melissa joins a sister Cathy und a IT REALLY
Area churches were jammed as members turned out In the best finery for Maternal grandparents are Mr:and brother Frank Jr. ; $5.50 Jar '
traditional Easter Sunday sevlces. Mrs. Malcolm;: R. Sanders of Starke. Maternal grandmother Is Mrs.,, Wholesale or Retail .
Easter egg hunts were the theme of the weekend for the children. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Ethel Bester and the' late George. At
Mrs: Mortimer M. Fried of Bester of Eureka Fla.,
Ridgefield, N. J. paternal great Paternal grandparents are Mr. and COMMISSARYfrpon
grandmother is Rebecca KrlUberg of Mrs. Bill McDaniel Lawtey. 225'" STORK 712-3811
SR Iawtey
Retirement Dinner Far Rockaway, N, Y. '

For Leon EllingtonThe RetireesRetirement '
On SaleThursday
Bradford County Board of taw
County Commissioners made it possi- ,
ble for 99 people to attend and extend Luncheon x11 Friday 8Saturday
their congratulations, appreciationand For Two UCI EmployeesThe 97 PRICES? !
best wishes to Bradford County
Road Department SuperintendentLeon Business Affairs Departmentof e eagSe's prices are -=
Ellington at a dinner held March Union Correctional Institution helda
26 at the Western Steer Family Steak joint retirement party for Mrs.
House in Starke.To Jackie Batchelor and Marlie (Sandy)
commemorate the occasion, Sanderson at a luncheon held at the. ,
Leon was presented with a plaque Western Steer Steak House on Thursday
outlining Bradford County.The Board March Si, attended by family
personally presented Leon with an and friends. VW8VO
engraved watch and the courthouse Additional surprises were held during -
personnel gave him a large cooler and breaks for each of the honorees.
cash with which to fill It. They were treated to toasts,, roasts ., 'a'I.J- jF1
The road department crew gave and monetary gifts.' SAVINGS UP T048% \
him a tool box loaded with tools; Mrs. Batchelor is retiring after sixteen
daughter Rita wrote a poem about his years with the Department of 3
retirement along with words to re- Highway Safety and Department of ...::> "''J'l'c' :'>>'lJ-: low 4.00aw
mind him of his Joel and "" '
crew; son Corrections and plans to do some MKMe NYLON
daughter Sharlene provided the traveling and enjoy her great- <<1: KNIT SHIRTS
photographer Richard Wheeler of grandchildren. Ar 'I'II 63 Two button MookM col
Lake Butler. Mr. Sanderson Is retiring after W As 39.60 J 'I "' 0 _...,.,..
T1Ma Stem e.MLXtn.FAIR
Representatives from the' Ring twenty years with the Department of IIi' WAS w
Power Corporation presented a pla- Corrections and plans on spending his NDr01N
u.c::: "fl'.ro.III!
que and a miniature road grader. time visiting, golfing and gardening. 18' 3- 0 due"" OILPr.mum 1 ,
The Interest in road graders was tea" pow nen setw .
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the beginning of a life with the Brad- Did You Know... 4 : gent _sr1nMpar -II, T.6418
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ford County Road Department that -sr1M...One"*,,. .
was to last for'30 years for Leon. He Mr.and Mrs.Frank Martin of Palm i / "
served Bradford County as a truck Harbor were weekend guests of Mr. ss 4Ii. Mears wlSTERN
driver, motor grader operator and and Mrs. Ottis McKinney. ., QONIM JEANS1..n

finalizing his career as'Superintendent :.p:.::.; 'u: ael
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for the last 12 years. : alar I& y.
'attendance were Leanwmimediate ? I.u ,:. l I. .PentecostatApostclc, ,, off > + A i are." i. tsl is tta
family: wffea; WAthwMiff, 'T 4'.. "' Sabbath Assembly r s i 'rr
Joel daughter, Mrs. Rita Rodgersand
husband Wilbur, daughter Mrs. SERVICES 10:00 .m Saturday
Sharlene Addison and husband
7:30: pm Tuesday
Wayne, his brother of Lake Butler t ..
Mr. and Mrs. Harlis Ellington and County Road 230A-Starke .

Leon's father, also retired after 44 Phone 473-2442 1.98
of service to Bradford County
years sMEN'
Starke.Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ellington of; AntowCsHPnlsr. AlWtte*** (} J1r1II! : ., 1 t I.DIIICOUNT. PNlcu' _
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POCKeT
All five current Commissioners and ........ T-IHIRTA I.
wives Chairman Lawrence Mosley, STARKE 49........ 6 t AM WAS US 6 .....,..
Vice-Chairman E.W. Hodges Maxie r
CHURCH OF GOD SCOTT QUALITY IlAGUI GALLON 12 GALLON TRASH MEN'S FASHION alt C i
Jr. Homer Hart and E.L.
Carter ,
PAPER TOWELS JUG BLEACH CAN W/COVIII DRESS SLACKS !
Normn, as well as four past county 422 N. St. Clair 1445445Walter Super b.oMnl for quick a/ull twrpose blown ter M.o y duty / orv _
commissioners M.O. Harrell Zedra P.' Monti. PastorWe q.ap.to"low pne t laundry.w.aiA,_ Pony lundlM MM paverREIFORCED :==80.40.
Hamilton, Russell Green and Mrs.
invite to with us.
Hazel (Paulk) Johnson honored Leon you worship
with words of appreciation and best Attended Nursery

wishes.An Sunday School j. . 10 am t

autograph book was circulated Morning Worship. .* .. .'1.ant s..C.-
among the guests to sign and Mrs.
Marion McRae presented it to Leon Evening Service ... ., .6 pnt ; waltedsat

for a keepsake. Wednesday Youth.4. 7130 pm 4 1 i t a 1t.we COTTOIe
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.kNlT'"t'l.ltJlJ SHOT.

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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Oman Assorted
FULL GOSPEL ,.- !,_I.M.LJQ..
Hwy 18 W. & Weldon 064-6971 .
COMMUNITY CENTER
Pastor George Watson and .HMCVMrtsrVHUVM.. 693 683 66& ;3'7
The Congregation Invite You to Salvation Makes You A Member a 'oM LAN ; '. /
Come and Worship With Us 10MOTh ALUMINUM 1..POItTA8L. HSOFOOT. POLYESTER PILL wise sae
Swrtty Setae. .. .. ...0.. ..,10AMMornlnt SWHUV. IckMl......11 SAND CHAIR eAMIIICUli GRILL GARDEN NO" NO PILLOWS MOWS KNIT
.....,. ,. .. .11 All Worship ... .. .. .. .1..6:30: -... ""' 10 s p .tl_. Heeoy duly""lnyl.llro seed, come or --'. ooueti 8HOIt11I
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W sdNSday.. ...11I,. ',.. 7:30 PM lIaM Next w Or**** Metal f POW. loop& t 0" some.

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I Kingsley Lake Baptist Church I 0 \ 4.1'r FAMOUS 83L Wallis MAKER 4141, ,

"Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lard" lADWO'KMITTOMPotyoMton
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Sunday Services: *, Pon
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I 11:00 am Morning Worship :: ,'- )" '1.O 3' &W
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8:30 pm-Church Training ff WASSJS r UP'our. .A.a7 sat 1...SSLAOWSCASUAL will!Ye wane sew
I 7:30 pm Evening Worship / EAGLE S L0.S OZ III aT.Ice CHEST,NO POST ANT SHSSTSANOMU.9WCAMS Nears a .
Wednesday POOL TABLETS a MACH SPRAY OH WUSMOtmt SPORT PANTS S PK.TWIN SOCKS
7:30 Md-Week Prayer Service Tuo contain* Mvon.7 ot. .- moM.O l.......... 1. OL il4 NO-lrun6brwa otrvngtH "'-1ntI wens wow" wtuu.w, 1 Men e
I pro Leto.GNaraa.. Am" 4"nolan or fiM n. vnebbin r.pl.oan.nbl -- Ids btu Passel.Can-41 I !11 :o.la;soy. 0%&91.
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Service! Sunday Evening Morning Services 11 7:40 AM PM aft Jtxjdrnes tajifiCG wedon't kid around*


Monday thru Friday Noon Services .. .. -' -.
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I Did You Know "1

Mrs. Debra Coly and son, MaL"hcw Jimmy Wiggins and son, Chris of .Steve Edwards and children of Capt. and Mrs. John Myert of Te- Chuck Peters of Atlanta and Mr. Mr. and Mrs.H.A.Lawson and son,
of Tampa, Mrs. Anne Holland of Jacksonville visited his mother Winder, Ga. were Monday overnight questa were last Thursday to Satur- and Mrs. Eli Hineman of Minneapolis Bud Lawson Joined a family reunionin
Jacksonville and Mrs. Frank Mitchell Orle Wiggins on Mrs. guests of their uncle and aunt;?Mr, day 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Minn. were weekend guests Live Oak Saturday at the home of
of Starke are''visiting Mrs. Mitchell's Saturday. .and. Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton.. 4<, Moran at Kingsley Lake. of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Peters at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan. .
mother Mrs., Nell Rogers In Thom t. "r,\ Kingsley 'Luke.
son,Ga. Tuesday to Friday Miss Jennifer Dodge daughter r of Mrs. Kathleen McNeely' Mr. Janet Turner visited her Mr. and Mrs. David E. Taylor of
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Dodge;; of Bes- ''daughter Michele of Lakeland were ;daughter, Miss Kay Turner in Mrs. J. U.Jackson visited Mrs. Ila Oakland, Ind. are visiting their
1 sent Road flew to New York on April visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .'; > Jacksonville over the weekend;, Rain in Chiefland last week. She was cousins,Mr.and Mrs.W.J. Frick this I
5.She will be staying at the St.Moritz, Herbert Thomas over the weekend. ,, accompanied by Mrs. Susie Owens week I
Mrs Fred Field of Tampa and Mr. 90 Central Park South and will be see Mr. and Mrs. bobby Case ands who visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilton.
and Mr', and Mrs. J.: R. Flynn of ing "Porgy and Bess" at Radio City ' Starkerand:
Tallahassee were' weekend guests of Music Hall and"Merlin" at the Mark Mrs. Lynette Baxter of !f' weekend Mrs. Gary Gulllc of Gainesville were Mrs. Jim Hardee and children of Regional Hospital for at:;'er81 days .j
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn,Jr. Mrs, Wellinger Theatre on Broadway as Mrs. Marlyce Sohm of Green Cove SJ!, guests of their mother,Mrs. Leesburg will be weekend guests of following eye surgery Wednesday.
J. R: Flynn remained with her 'well as seeing all the other sights of Springs will return Sunday from a 10 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scottat New York. Then she will celebrate day holiday In England. While there Michael Case remained with their chel1 Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. .W,: H.
Lake Alto until Thursday when she her birthday with her grandmother, they visited friends\ North Walsham !grandmother for the week. Thomson and Miss Lillian Stump! attended
will be rejoined by her husband and uncle,aunt and cousins in Greenwich then toured by car many points of Interest Mrs. Dolly Spiers and Barney the Hospital Auxiliary Presi ,'
the two will spend the weekend atKingsley Conn. Jennifer .Is a 5th grader at.. with overnight stops in English, Mr. and Mrs.J.R.Weldon and sons Mcjlae returned last Friday from a dent's Council In Jacksonville Tuesday I
Lake.AValody Soulhslde Elementary School country farmhouses. 'of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors weeks visit with their sister,Mrs.Eva' and Wednesday.
of his mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon, Ellis and family in Frostoroof.

'AIVIERIC \SFAMlYDlUGSIORE. 'i

/ Sue. Blom GENER IS DRUGS


Pageant.";. .. Finalist AT ECKERD, WE DON'T SACRIFICE QUALITY-TO j
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;' 1D GIVE YOU LOWER PRICES ON PRESCRIPTIONS I
Miss Melody Sue Blom, daughter of "s
Mr j and Mrs..L.p., Crews of Lake: a Before we buy any genetic drug It must measure up to our rigid standards.
Butler,has been selected to be a state Our generic drugs are chemically equal to their brand name counterparts. I
finalist in the 1983 Miss United We only purchase generic drugs supplied by reputable manufacturer !
Teenager Pageant to be held at the Generic safe, high-quality medicines pi an ckerd low priest .,
University of Central Florida. / r 'I}
The Pageant is the Official State- !
wide Finals for the Miss United
Teenager Pageant.M.thodtats .

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Planning' .SELF'MEDICATION:1::1

Several 1 Programs'' -SOME FACTSYOU, :1

''First United Methodist Church of MAY NOT KNOW \
Starke Is sponsoring several new programs ,
for the community including a' 13 fXffJ
baby-sitting clinic and a support

group for illnesses.those with incurable. or terminal CfJ3LM'flCIlJJCtl3mpmtIrd: .

The baby-sitting clinic will be Mon ROSS ZINN ANTE' '. a I'* : e P tke4 '
day ECKERD' 'r: : unuiatoaY !
evenings April lit U and 25 from' .
18SO: p.m.Tbia ipegialprogtam Is PHARMACIST '/ rlvta.n
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fie all youth (male and female) "
who '
y- or planning to. i It
People ,with high blood .
clinic will include child' pressure ,,
care, / t
thyroid disease or diabetes should
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emergency first aid,:what to do in caution when ....'(h,".. '
use selecting
.overs : i
FIDDLE
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emegendes. and more.'There a he-counter drugs for their routine GOOD HEWS KORDITE
donation of $3 to ,cover: materials ,
cold dieting. allergies and other'heeds. V05 'F '
ail DISPOSABLE FADDLE HEAVY LOADTRASH
given. Those who'attend three sessions -, Seemingly'harmless drug, ,
will receive a certificate and !like! anus and allergy! medicines'' HAIR, SPRAY 'RAZORS POPCORN SNACK BAGS
will be kept on a perspective babysitter "cough and cold medications. .
roll: .. 11-OZ, PACK OF 1 7
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and appetite suppressants contain
.The support group is also for the entire which can actually Limit l'2 Limit pack ..-OZ'7":" '
community. This Is to provide an aggravate your original medical 159 2993MAI10MAngredlents f'
opportunity for those suffering from condition.Be .
long-term or term illnesses to meet sure to read the package
together and share ideas and needs. I label warnings On these medicines ')
Through this group people can help to before you take' If you have I
find the mental psychological and ,any questions about the use ofthese' lI- .. \I
spiritual strengths which are so often or any other medications, \
destroyed in long-term suffering.For contact your doctor or, Eckerd ___ I HAMILTON BEACH
further information about this pharmacist. \ & MINI DRIP
group, \interested parties should call KITCHEN =&
the church office at 964-6964. ., SHELF I COFFEEMAKER I
Sunday, April 10, the Confirmation ,j ..
COLGATE TOOTHBRUSHES DELUXE SHAKESPEARE ap 17. ,714 : j!
KEEBLER
class will be Joining the church and I .
there will be a covered dish lunch : 2'/1889' srms GRAHAMS SPIN COMBO 1 1299 N R \1
following the service. Reservationsare i .d No.040 R......81 1 O1u1U ml I
also being accepted fiat or the family 89 MICE AFTER DERATE Warms soups tool t tLmit '
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Celobratm 5th' Birthday i PADS SCOTCH CHEST.

: Catherine Raye Padgett, daughter II :NAIL QUENCHER PACK sV v : POST-IT 3695S.O.S
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her 3th birthday March 22 with a / ; ,
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The U family members present enJoyed i ALARM CLOCK ,
an E.T.cake and kool-atde during 1C j.
the party hours. SHAMPOO VANISH F OR V STOWAWAY / Man 13.MSnooze
On Monday, March 21,. Raye was I. AUTOMATIC pI a FOLDING |
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Make State W week as the Women's League opens up,Monday night' ;ZSoftball ::-
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"'1' preseason single-elimination tournaments ,
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HY Perfect 10 and the Sureties throw out the first ball at c !, Spotlight
Honor 7:45: at Pratt Street and the Rowdies and Pizza Hut play.
at 9 a.m. at Pratt. _
pl I I The men's tourneys also open that night
School records ,( Starting off the Men's League tourney' will be the
the wake of Bradford Lawtey Wildcats .and Olin's Mobile Homes Monday Melbourne : Men's "B>- Gainesville. Men's "C" .
field success in recent I April 11,at 9 p.m. at Edward's Rd.Semifinals are set for Deland) Men's Industrial "A'= Lake Butler Women's
rest of the state should 7:45 and 9pm. Wednesday at Edward's with the final Open- :Satellite Beach Women's "A"'. Melbourne, and
up and taking notice slated for 7:45: p.m. Thursday at Westside Women's "B"-Titusville.: ., '
ford High performances In the church tourneys teams will play In "A" and Also the weekend of July 22-24 has been set aside for ;
to show up on the state "B" brackets with the two winners meeting for the Sub-District'and July 29-31 for District's with no sites
roll. preseason title. Monday will have the opening round, announced yet. Miss Godwin said Starke will probably'
BUS made a big with Kingsley Lake and New River open the event with a host one Sub-District tourney,then have the Senior Boys
honor roll which has 6-30: game at Edward's Rd.At 7:30 Air Park and St. Edwards -' state,take one week off,and then host the Men's Church
for only the top times, meet at Westside 1st Baptist and Grace play at event. r ,
throws around Florida, 7:45: at Edwards and Smyrna and the Jr. Stars. clash at Adult Regional tournaments have been set for August
the Palatka Invitational. 8:45: at Westside. 12-14 with most of the National tol+rrsey's slated for Sept.
.Semifinals in both brackets set for 2-11. .
Super sprinter Pam are Tuesday night, .
the 100 in school record lr with the "A" teams at Edwards and the "B1' clubs at ,,
and the 440 in school f ? Westside Then,Thursday April 14, at Edwards Rd. the .Tournament Trail... .
56.7 and also legged a { 'B" finalists will meet at 6:30, the "A" al7:45. and the 'The Church of God men's church tourney In Starke
a BHS-record mile relay two winners square off at 9:00.: has
been moved to the last weekend of the month-April
second to Orange Park Regular season play in both the Men's,arid Church. 29-30 AIlS"A"church teams In the Starke league have
time, better than a leagues starts Monday, April 18. committed says coordinator Farelon McClellan so he', .

old school mark of 4069.: looking for Just three more men's church clubs. to round
According to last .State Tourney Sites... out the field preferably local teams.
Hawkins 100 time is tied 1 We mentioned last week that Starke will host the state Next events up locally are the Lawtey Dixie Youth
one in the state among '. 'Senior Boys ((16-18) tourney July 22-24 and the Men's men's church tourney April 15-16 at Cobble Field In'
and her 440 time is tops in Church state event August 57. Here's other state Lawtey and the planned Clay Employees women's tournament .
for number one in the ,., tourney sites announced recently: In Lake Butler that' same weekend.
Lawson of 4A North Miami ;"'. /':,." ". '. .- The girls 13-15 tourney will be hosted by Merritt Also the Brooker Athletic Association will be holding a
of classification. ,. .. .r, .> Island, July 2224. 'men's'church tournament,May,121 at the Brooker
And the mile relay All adult state tourneys are slated for August 57. Sites ballfield. Call Brooker principal Wayne Mcl.et1ll.at
Monica Berry, Pam announced include: Men's Open- Palatka,,Men's "A"- 485-1812 for details '
Jefferson, and Hawkins Boswell, here shown ex
fast company with the 4: part of the fast relay times .
tieing Homestead for ,

leadership in that event.there"d, Dixie Youths Also
girls were second to Open Monday I
which put its middle County was after it so that
cross country state ) feel good," Assistant
and ran a state-leading 3: ) Buddy Revels, noted. Bee PRo 12A for' Rec... Dent,, tchedulc, for the week
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promises even better ( : 'A"1IA'MVITAMAL The wide-ranging Starke Recrea- Westslde Field. Angels in a Major league game on the
ITuraday April 31
4-lap relay. Mm _.... II North Marion M. 2> tion Department's youth basebal In Brooker first game of the other field at the same time.
"They should go under 4 : Park 54, 31 Palalka 52 5, 4) Bishop programnow encompassing regular season Is at 5:45 Monday with
state meet time, no doubt 48 5, 91 Buchholt,. 40,61' BRADFORD Keystone Heights, Lawtey, and the Brooker Red team hosting the. Finally Lawtey will host a Major
he said Tuesday.It's o( II achontsShea.( ......, Brooker along with Starkeopens Starke Indians in a Dixie Minor (&. 10) league game matching Lawtey Blue t
not Just the girls h"-,. >ndl Hobhl Jefreranii' IT.S ',. play Monday April 11,with games at game. Then at 7:30 Breaker's Major against Keystone's Red Sox at 8 p.ITU
way into state-wide track lilt Pam Hawklna 10 (A NEW all four towns. league teams hosts the Expos. Gamea will continue virtually every
BHS sprint crew is RECORD. 4U, lull/ Pam, Hawkins In Starke ,Merchants and At Keystone the Actions of Starke weekday through early June all over
SCHOOL RECORD 3rd Robin
with Donnie Banks .,<0 II. ) Wishbones of the Dixie Boys ((13-14) visit Keystone's Orioles in a Monday the county and in Keystone in what
100 as of last week with : ) .... 6thl' Bradford 96 4 )Parka, Grlf- league will be throwing out the first p.m. Dixie Boys game and the Starke promises to be the busiest. .youth
and Antonio Jones'9.8 not ( : ; Bnewelll. :), Mlto ,medley rater' ethi, ,ball with a 5:30: p.m. game at Dodgers will be playing Keystone's baseball season ever locally -
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record act at the Orange SCHOOL RECORD I Berry 81.2.
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long-standing school Mm __ ii Palalka eon II North PAYMENT OF 1983' .
86. 31' Buchholx 45, 41 Ocala Forest "
held up since 1972 as they o Park M.9.61 Bishop Kenny 36
in 3265. Jones sizzled a Pe 24 5,n Inlerlachen 24,.. Brad REAL ESTATE TAXES BY' INSTALLMENTSection "
chor as all four BUS ..2 other achoola. : .

under 52.7 on their .... 6lhl.Sits 434_iHUHell" Lane: A \
splits. Bankar mute mee1.ii Maw and! Brad .
"Donnie(52.2)) was lust 311(Rua ell 22.1.Lane:23.>.A Jones 'c"" '
quarter for the second : Jonea 2.011 1,Mite Iteton 91 hi Bradford :- Section 197.0155.. FJS. allows, an altemetlve plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer '
(52.7) was just sensational 63.0. Huwellsa.3, Lane'SO, 1, ,:",.. '....who elects to pay taxes. by the Installment method shell make payments based upon an etk.
Loper.. "He Just poured it : II Bede e.w li.ee :'. mated. tax which shall be equal to the actual: taxes levied upon the property In the preceding .
us in good position and ( Prank Allen 106, Robert Bellamy :':. y..r.k ,

Antonio ((50)) kept us right TUCK_.niu e.*>. IIA : '
THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS!

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II 1 First 'Installment PlY menta''' On quarter\ of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay
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; 1 a ment shall be made not )later than June 30. 1983. A taxpayer
I 1 t N' must make the first Installment payment In order participate N'

Starke Family Practice .. 'In this plan.

\ (to\SKond Installment. Payments On quarter of the total 'estlmated'taxee discounted'4VV*.. Pay.. o
ment ihall be made not later than September Sot 1983..
& Urgent Care Clinic t
T Third Installment, ,. Payments One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any T
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adjustment pursuant to e determination of actual tax liability

." discounted 3%. Payment than be mad not. leter thin December
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Open 7 Days A Week ,, Fourth Installment Paymanti. \On quarter of the total estimated taxes plus on.-.. 1f of any .

., _adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability. C
,' No dhcount.: Payment shell.. made not later then March 31,

Mon. thru Fri. 8 AM10 PM \ E 1984. E ;f


Saturday 10 AM to 10 PM If,you have not received an application to pay 1983 taxes by ,Installment and it Is
: your intent to exercise your rights under this law. then please complete the appli .
.' cation below and mall or file with your county tax collector prior to May 1.1983. I
Sunday 1 6 PM I The absolute deadline for filing!! the application Is May 1 I.. Any application flied' t

I ,}". J. :after May 1 will not be considered The postmark on applications mailed to the, f

: : tax collector shall determine If the application was mailed timely., Additional application i

forms may be obtained from, the tax collector's office as listed below.
COMPLETE !I" ,'f ..
Se 'Hall
Mail completed.application to;' gather : Tax: Collector ;
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G .. IP' YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1983 TAXES BY 'N5TAL .MEN'LEAS, siG'N.b il ;COMPLETE PROPERTY
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATIOiJ" TO YOUR COUNTY VAX COLLECTOR PRIOR
CARE TO MAY I 1983. UPON RECEIPT, THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAYMENT -
DUB WITH' INSTRUCTION: IF YOU HAVE NOT' RECEIVED YOUR ,FIRST.. NOTICE BY MAYAS.
1883 CON'17ACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. '
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Laboratory !.". 1 TO BE COMPLETED, BY TAXPAYER "r- .' .

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&X-Ray 'I Hereby make application to participate 'In the.'Install Property.L D.'No. '. .
ment payment plan for the 1983 tax. year., Legal Descrtptlon *" It Appears on the I9aaPleaaa TalC No.
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On Premises ties Rlptl... '
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\ .;i'44 'Iorlda Caw requires estimated taxes r than '''.
that your must be MOre $33.00 In order to p rtieip.ts In the ,
7'ment Payment Plan,' If your estimated taxes for 13.re $8.00 or taM 11I011 do not qualify for tolioUn" .' :'"*."""'
M You must make the first installment:! payment not letW than June JtHh M. order to pertkloete I. tills nlaW.
*4 Ono you have elected to participate In the Installment payment plan by timely ) SV
;', required to continue. particIpation far the t.x year. If you elect to etiteontlnue p/rtletoatlon youwfllnU .
; tttteV to receive the dUcounti provided by Law.IniUllment payments **t became del. nquent. bVpYldwSft
964-4819 :the next Installment paymentQtacount* shall not be allowed' ..on delinquent<< payments., '
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I (:" ,, :NM' ." :, .. .. .i. .' .71 .Tornados, :,.,Fop Macclenny 3-1 On Two-Hitter 1


With as many rainouts as the Tornado the alley In left and i".
Andy Chaff that We've
roped stroking pill. got 2 runsand
suffered together over a stretch of the last four
baseball team has a single behind him to make it l-l 4 nils in, our last 25 innings. I
through this year It's too bad the Jimmy Schnening then powered a Homes. iAfter lever thought'we'd have 4 shutouts

games with Pulatlta weren't washed ground-rule double over the fence on the no-hiller BHS coach nit then f never thought we'd be hit- I

away. BUS has won 5 of its last 7 but A hop to score Chaff Hartley said ruefully, "We're. really t ing around .215 as a team either."
both losses came at the hands of the' In the fifth Chaff, who was Z-for-3 I, .

lough Panthers. with 3 stolen banes singled, stole second "........"....".................... .- .. .,.'.,..........:.:.........-.-....,.'....-.,
Monday night Palatka's tall and scored on an error for the

fastballer Ross Jones tossed a nor night's final tall,. BUS Individual Baseball Records
hitter at the Tornadoes as the Pan Catcher Robert Carver had the

Jt4bd .. 'thers halted Bradford's win streak at other BHS hit and came up with a cou- (these record were compile! by Telegraph/ sports editor Buddy Codings./ //
4 last
with 84 Starke, The
an romp ple of defensive behind the know
gems you of any correction or additions to the Hal please notify Mm)
loss before that streak was to, you plate. Leading 1-0 Macclenny had

guessed it. Palatka by a S-2 count. at, runners at first and third with one
p Azalea Field. ''down in the 2nd and tried a Betting Pitching
squeeze
.Tuesday.BIIS came back with anewr lanes A......,_ _
bunt. Carver .A/e-
pounced out from behind .. W.....,_
lineup'. including 'rwerves ...amd i; the plate like a cat to grab the ball and :-" Dowane.'d.379 PoI_ (C.'I' lren Al/.n '919 Il.e, ,
topped Macclenny Slat home to push hung Macclenny's Kelly Crews up ..74 .yKmadn.yCJNMwn01931 Wayne Mcleod (SKIM) __ noneIN, 161(

,the won-lost ledger back on the plus'side l' behind 3rd and home He threw to 3rd I6t M.,1 Null 971 /al f e- ko" A/tell.. 19116l. ,
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of .51>> at 8-7. baseman .46C 0.'_ Thom. ,.... IDS -.....C'ook' .'7' al, k. ""y CLM. 1911 '(62)'
Shane Johnson who 4 '
tossed 'ohlo rend.gal
((62)1d )
Sophomore Gerald Brown earned back to Carver for the tag-out. Run- :: :'111 I-=.::1960' 1961 1173 .i11 -. 7..11 o..... 1911((6.1,

his first victory of the year with relief, ners ended up at 1st and 3rd and aa...,_... =;/- ...5N.r4,5..a ,
from the 7. Scar/
help Jimmy Schoening as Brown
uncorked a wild pitch 3S .i11 Good. 01'' 70 _..., CIn'70 51 (W M.a.1.N)
two combined on aZ.hitter.SehoeniJIg, momenta later. Carver went to Bradford's :III lotIl.." Normon '97' B9' 511Jach.ae/ ,1111aakINMew ,
entered with two men on and nobody on-deck circle to retrieve the .. Tna.'Caner

out in the 5th and got out of the Jam., ball and then dove outstretched backto 1./1.ry_.... '979 7 1 Way Kenny,.Clotlo MOL..d.7511'61,67 161 Cwtn.""..'I......1957,_

He finished up,to earn a save.MacxJenny the plate to tag the Macclenny run 1111" ,IN.w.. '04 D.)...,e.-.. '953I ,
s only run wa. notched ner sliding in for out number three, sill Goode. 1110 D.usIN'C.. '. ,102 .lid TN1a, ,1953Wayn.

They Could Make the Call... on a throwing error In the first. Bradford In the Palatka game the Panthers I .Mcleod ,1964 ,u'a 1"W.'n."/.',.1..on0........64"7679 .

On a bang-ba<.ig play alt first base.. this, Mason ill eyed In the BUS dugout'were which has just 8 hits in the last 4 broke up a pitching duel between ............ ,...- (--1 law.A/Is..a )
on the call. games (still winning bottom; produced \ Jones and Bradford's Doug Samons 116 k." MudlDn .loll, Nt./Can, .. ..II'I
Shane some loud hits in the of the 3rd with 3 runs In the 4th K.ny CJo.k 1991, 6
Staying "In the game"1 for the Tornadoes this tillte""ere. from left. breaking a ..'C...
Johnson Darryl.Wagner. Hick Welch, Jason Bennett, and Robert. Carver. to take the lead. ;' i scoreless pitching string of 23% that Vela. .....,5a.en. ............/C.e, ''II Scan. Allen .71'10((10.11)'
-. .Tony Diggs smacked: a double. up Samons and Richie Fender had put 20 .co/t Nudwn 199) 67 100/1 Hudson ", ... ,10 Kay C1.M. 75-al, (la17).e. )
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17th ''Strawberry Golf ItI tvlta tionai :

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I (tJJ.'OJf; Saturday at SuForsome irke. CoursI .. \ v1SELLING


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15 years now the SUrke- Golf A Country Back to defend his title In the championship flight (s
Club's annual major Invitational golf tourney has been a '. Green Cove Springs attorney Jim Arnold, who snot a YOUR PHONE.

part of the Strawberry Festival week in Bradford County steady two-under 71-71-142 to.,top, Robbie, Allen I oA

and that tradition continues this weekend. with the Gainesville. by :3 !strokes int982., '. \ '<4<

(Strawberry Invitational golf championship.. .
Invitational ia I it* 17th year' of' ex Top local prospect ia Richard Gaines, the. local club
laThe .at SG&Clr'with' it bung held in February the champ, who was 10th last year with a 15U ,.. !II'\ ,yj Lets PhownershiprOnce '

first couple of years !before being moved up to. coincide Actually, golf starts Wednesday, March, with the ans>! .'

with the other Fair-week activities. 'nual Am-Am, which will have 2 or 4-man teams playing ..' ,
Starke golf pro Herb Herres said Tuesday 108 golfers full handicap golf. w <" .

had entered the field this year In the four flights- championship The Strawberry Invite starts Saturday morning with ,

1st 2nd, "nd,3rd. Entries come from Jacksonville all golfers teeinglt up for 18 holes. The second round is '

.- Orange Park,'(Green Cove, ,Palatka, Ocala, expected to be completed about 4:30-5:30 Sunday after ...
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Gainesville.St. Augustine Macclenr.y and Lake City as noon. .. ; ': "
many of the top amateur golfers in the area will.be make Herres says Uie course is. lust now drying Into shape ."f" 'I'

tog the Strawberry Invitational stop after some 20.Inches of rain. elll locally in'March.'


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Softball Players'.Needed Spring FestivalSet May 20 Last"Slgft.Up 'Day s''
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For T-BaU Softball
For Tourney Play May 21 Here :
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parentsthat I
.. The date for theStarke' Rec. The Rec. Dept. remind
for Softball
registration summer
Any lfr-18 year old boy interested in Department's Spring Festival has and'T.tIa.I1: 1 is now underway for '

playing tournament Softball are asked been moved up. a. week. from.May,28 ,children not participating in Dixie.
to meet-at Westside Park. Monday to May 21 Youth basebau i you're sold on the Idea of
leagues. Deadline .
4 ..April 11, at 7p.m The Festival is 'an event to '. ,.,ay 20. -.. .wAge ." 4,'. 4 4x buying your phone.you can say
forever to those monthly
showcase talents such as ballet tym- goodbye
; If unable attend and for more Information pasties, piano, etc. being taught In the Smallfry l1'OulIS'wIU Softball: 8-8 be and: T-BalT'4-Jr softball;r. "I ", ': ",k, equipment rental charges you're
contact Herman Schoen-' .'area.' It.will not be talentlfiJMMr ; If inlet l Federal n5guhacons -'*..
an open now paying *
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2 date .
Ing, 964-8531 ,9-* wltn age determining being "
orAt P2'1 d..Th'mtltlt.&;' tot ( now allow us to sell you the
4 hLwt*'iijJFiimmt '
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aaJ $., V
f S-J.: ; V phones you're using. More speclflj
I IJ for 2 years OR completed first(,, I, t
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1 by al) instructer. ? . .grade he/she will play Smallfry tvfa ;, r ,x" cally.the phones you're renting.
present, there ia a,Senior' Boy*.1 t t .
3-( Instr'ucte>Interested In 'entering' Is offered to all our
Phownerahlp
team ,in the. Church league, of'the students .the-Festival' should call For more Information call the Roc.De u __ Continental Telephone customers.If

Starke, Recreation' Department. the Rec.. Department,.ak(, W4-67SZ: : tafl54.8792p! -; -ii't.*,t 4 t ______ you are currently renting your phones.

:y you should buy them now Howevet

More track and Field Results for Iirt dfolydl-HiiN.NNNN it' If you don't have"Touch Calling"
,. "'. service you may want to consider H

{ a:411 In'KM;.by JoJinaoo. HUdatmn, Bon before buying.
Mil. ***! wl .i ant Bradford .::13.1
-....... IhwraU a,:Janua Ml. Huwklni 871, '....1. Smith aM. toton 4ih Bradford 1.... I The Important thing to rememberIs. .
'Sorry.'40.7/. __ 1Ird_ord4'IU 1".112"Russell I N.'.UnelII7.A' .Jonas we're selling your phone.To you
HOT. 44* Bobart Bellamy 51.14.. :Teddy Borry '(7, Bo well -JeffmoM U.I.Hiwkiiw ., i'so.,)- NEW SCHOOL RECORD old martM.s h (
Broaea 18.0*. east Nala Ojlay s.at.I, Bddto >7, >, ux =r mdi JriCwwit. ; : 'ta.jtTl,by1[ Beach .......... Andrewa, :gar; And If you buy II,you'll save.Just pick f
:I Tmnant 3:2533.: net, Allen. I'UT. Lei ,1500,3) Hawkins 19-4. .' \'r It up call your local Continental business -
< ;J.Sandxre. M.41. .*)., ,.....nl 13:00.17. (-M.r.MMd.earilia.W) ? .". .I-.I.0'- .. '- ? '"' .J office and leis talk about
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.qr.-. ..-.1.aaD IS-ll. Ruaaall Il.-L irioOMNOaMWINVnATIOM IMt Polly Orun II.I no, CrUfb n.r! ne 1001 Prank Allan 107. Urn fill....... 105. .. 1it -
1Ane T. ...iMtnttooi ....Klmulli. 10.0.AlI OJtI Den. ''jxnnle Hamilton flea ,. mark 13... *M ... K. KlrnllU M.T. Allen. n *. Henllton-. *.*. 4a*> Robert _I .a od.OOSOIC0kwNIM.OOrn SIC ,
'' i.\' Denmark. 11 L wi N. Kimotts a.... Munat Bellamy 14.0. Teddy Btasae B74. Patrick ; Into CaMig wnm.may nol M aataat' M<*onKn.
; ",. *!, :M,.FU88U a:.. MUIaI7." NW Eddie 1'1mnant 1:11": Calvin ,
,. llbomaa : the von Kenny Wright 4M,' .
'\4'.I.+ law.1( ..s1...,.) _'(......,, Lannle: .tJi. at,. Richard Maybm. 30. 'i; -= Continental Telephone
?/-: u6....... 40ndford 51,6 (Tangue. .W toton |J Bradford Q.4 (Brad RU8*..U; Jiff Parliament M. oiae Hamlltan 111.Wrl ? C.- W L-
j 3,Parka ...... Bonrell, Robin Jefferson, Pant Eric Lan*..Anumlo JIMMI, DooInlll'I) \'I (M 110. Mayban VII,pulUunnnl/ ...t/aw. 1 ;. -- -- System '
THawtunat", _...... ant Bradford 11:oa> 'M8.-.' .M ri 4Ul "" I I. 1""N .Tony Davis. .a 3O. -
(Monica Gary ? Tammy Mann 1.48. 134, Banks 22 $, A. Jon,. M.I. Curds_ ," "4<.Thoma* )'.ao.i, Teamut.,|:J$.;...at.. Cotey NAd(4
i.Camt.. ruaaell *:: Mtcholla" Klmulis 3:47);. :'a;M.7>,NEW: 8CHOOUIUCCQMI, Old mwk 4 l.,0Th.NOTICE'. .
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REQUEST. that tha,'"i undanlgnad; .. wrlttan dtan.., t If any. hat b.." flladagatnat m"y. be Inspected priorto No. 70060400'Govern.> PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
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.. ron ROPOSAIS : J.. A Sop Kannath D* ,'. ,OF MTENHOM'T0 ,to Ion the' Petitioner' you and you. araraqulrad sole by appointment. ment Model" pistol blue that the' Town Council of

.. Chlrty- and, Willi....' ./,*, l4'.' : REGISTER, .whoM nom and ad- to aarva a copy only leaf. > ". _the" Town...ol. Brookar,
'Rnpons.a.te'V, *.. ',Glenn..III.to1e or |to1.It'owners \ FICTITIOUS: NAME, ... 18 HUGH R. ol >->ur _I"."dafanaaa. PROPERTY. TO BE 1I Colt DA 45 col, Florida will consider the
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'it':; RFP bu8lf. i'undar RADUY. Route, 1. Ion If any, to It on FrederickS. SOLD" revolver Model US Ar adoption of the followingordlnonc.
g: nat for opo8ol8( ) doing vk '* Brock, GARTNER AND I 1)) One ((1)). 9 MM. Serial No. 93661. second
W. the firm, ftonw. 61 4 d''. Puraua/1ie' Section .... Lawroy, Florldo my. ; on
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will be byi ,
rwvlvxi : PHILLIPS plaintiff ottornoy. : Browning ....,I.ouIO. cal. Glen-
'W Rifle. 22 .
of Its regular
: <;< ...(" H.oTlh FlorfdoMorlne. and Sft3,09. Florida Statute.,, ;J2058.. and) flla' tha reading
I "j.,, : > < Department' whosa oddraaa I.Suh. la Ingle, action, Serial No field Model 75C. 5..101NO. scheduled foruetday
< "r' notice Is hereby r ''' '. ',.. and R.hobllltotlon tori,! lbarflla., 104 W '
'" :. f that"the. underslgnad Court'' 600, 1329 San Marco 745PM44148wltk 21522880 : April 12, 1983.
the
obovo-ttytod
vices. of 2002 North Wmt .BrewnlsI.' .rk., 'Inf Boulavord Jackson holster and" 12'
,RADFORO. HOSPITAL' two clips. shotgun, ga. at ?:30,.M. ,In.tha Town
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i Gainesville !Itands soul ,He". on "or April 14,
to
LegalNotices 13thStregt. ) raabtar "t CORPORATION, 'INC., ville. Florida 32207 on or blue stael. K-Mort, Model 131 .Holt:
Florida Sealed "com.pctlllv .' ,tltlou, nanut. )ind"'f.tha.; ", sola or |blot ovmere;'dolng > 1983.Otharwt1S: o (jdaamortt "bolero May 6. 1983. and 2)) One ((1)) Sugar Serial No. 29.003702.. ((1)) AN ORDINANCE
papoaal.wlll a ifc.ptd ;..' afaraal l .,otll'..-. butlnoM. !under the ; may bo .....red Ilia the original with tha Minl-14, 223 cal., Serial The above described REGULATING THE TIME,
; ot Kill location Doted thl* 9th day of', ;firm name of BRADFORD again you for the rallafdamandad clark of this Court olthor No. : 18229463, semi. property will be sold pursuant MANNER AND METHODOF

", :until 5:00: f>.m,;; April 5, April.. iwxNOTICI. : .. HOSPITAL 922 E.. Colt, I.f the complaint before a."""c. on plaintiffs avid short barrelled 'rltle '. to Florida Statutes CONDUCTING ELECTIONS .
f. .. ,'. ,I. '183.After this dot. they V/07. .tpd/211" s...fr .Slorke.; ,:>Florldo or patlilon. attorney'. or ,Immediately "' ''r; .> nickel plated 'with 703.13: at.4:00 P M. on FOR THE TOWN

NOTI'. ,.;Ir '. .;\i." 'wilt be Mlvaxl at .1000.Worth i; '. ;< I ,:..L'"l'09h') : 'Mar' .>d.. .toregister WITNESS my hand and thereafter; t .carrying caaa and clip. Monday; the 11th day of OF BROOKER, FLORIDA:
r x', VTowi ;.t." Eat Uttr" Avenue ,,1' ,";c >, ;,J8oM, 'fktlHausi 1 ii.,. tool of acrid Court, on otherwise a default will ?. Sole according to April 1983: place of sale PROVIDING FOR
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u"tW"oop.: m.,.\Moy 09.. ;{'. : .;; ;m>meunder: thef March: 14. \n: l' .bo antarad against you. Florida. Statutes, Section b.lnglh. Bradford Count QUALIFICATION OF
,. DEVELOPERS'' hoc OF BRAD-maoWf. .f Joss, far an RPP.nrltl.d' ,. { J ..:,'..,i Ft N'aforasa)4'; ) .f<|hii..r'. GILBIftTS.. BROWN for the relief demanded, 932. ty;jair( comer. of Broadway CANDIDATES: MAKING
; INC,
(FORD
'opplleoilwi, to the 'Brud-- "Subaldlud"Chll4.Doy .." .1 lary' ,U..d.woocl .:'.:. Dated thl* 41tt day ofApril. Aa Clerk. ,l the Court .In tha complaint or petition DOLPH E, REOOISK. and Pratt Street, RETURNS. CANVASSING'

lord CDUII"'V ,COre SeMCU;:Copl_of ;1,0''"d ho 'modo oppiloo), ".0..'1983 .In Brad- By: butch MoodyAiDaputyClork SHERIFF Starke, Florida Said properly THE VOTE. COMMENCE.
Zoning .: ) County.: ) Florida., WITNESS my hand and ,r ", Bradford County, may". ba Inspected MENT OF TERMS. FILL'
f' Board hw reeloaolllcollon'af \.... RF.III be tumlahd .. lion. boa SPECIAL ECEP( 'lard ', ,
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t h. seal 1 of this Court on Florida to tola 05-'VACANCIES."
( .... property' doeerib-i' ._upon., r""qu Ml, at ,"h*' ''TION for no. 13 toe group: f '. c ,J. ,4/0741chg4/26,! t\. ... t.............31'1"'cllg. ......."...4/07....... March. 28. 1983. r <. ", u 3/31 2nhg 4/04 .print only. ,py appoint.ment PUBLIC ING NOTICE AND
.d below above oddrss.d. Mwlna/ ) facility. tha trad- : \ ,
from RSF.I
I to. -. .. iNTH'ORCUlftOuRt. GILBERt. BROWNAs ;k, t"" DOLPH E, REDDISH; THE EFFECTIVE DATE.
\ RSF < Lly 1 fan board of Adv IN THI CIRCUIT COURT -
'MN-11 i Approxlrywte-1.,, ; County .' I SHERIFF'
Clerk of tha' Court
twooty-lour ((24).acre**, :'Yh: ..4f *wvliM: ::or*.ro'' H .....tmentliOII.pr\ .: : OfTHEftWHTMJUDrOAlCNKUiT' "', ;Of BRADFORD' COUNTY 6V; ....Ioh Moody. ? NoticeJ Bradford County, HEREOF.Undo Robinson,

located: I M4 miles SouHft, ,b. provid.4 j}Ifi\AlochuoColumbld ,- .that{ la ctomlflwl, 011 pdeacrHed nd'iouth. > ; '. }TA FLORIDA, A ClerkA y <( ,.* '.' .. i.* .narioai1 I.L. '-ft.-' '. Town Clerk
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((1/4 (excluding rhoea tor* 4 .."te. hOt klcat.d3'.4 x : CAsslaos bse', ,COMPANY. (& the Bradford County fOR BIDS,
if> 8 Of.'aiMI..edfrotri' wood<< Mote a Flotldocorpo.o'.. this notice which It moll- .
.f 1 Kayttona Club'Estef..jUn1t4 j. ; July f,.. mlla8 North of Stark< on: r Plaintlftf.s( ) ado each defendant for Sherlff Department ore .hereby. tolled.

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Page lilt: TKLKCiKAPII April 7. IMU I 'i..1f1iFJl,''tJ

I r' BHS Net:' Team' Splits ."" "


Invite to Be ,
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Buddy \ ; ;.
r Bradford High's boy.dennis: n Next match is at home for BHS, '''.''.., .Ir, 1I
I'. team split two matches while the%* Monday, April 11, against r;'; Iv
forfeit before at S p.m.I'I ,.
Greathouse'sLfist Collings girls won a victory '; Palatka 'r
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"4 taking off for Spring break .'. ,. /,' ."' "'',\ ''i,

Fv1 The Tornado boys blanked v au a..,..-...........' ." "
Lake. Butler 7-0 Wednesday- at .,*: f_I .; Scoop ShoUBradford's ..J
Hurrah home but they got much stiffer i 11L0lg I Sapp i I Bl d.Taykr aow i' Mr 'Ton,".,
Johnson iBI Phillip.0-3.J, n. l Kwu
competition from Eastslde the < \ Johne I IB) 4. Starling .',... 4) Greg( ClarkIBI my Crosby digs up ill, I
Sparta Editor next day and lost 6-1. i fa! I d. Barer.1, -a. 0> 'Tommy Cro b 1 BId a low volley In the
That's Eastslde's best teamV; Harrtssl.7.n4s.( tennis taa>,.'. wins; ,
ever" Tornado coach 'Jerry', ; If.hMMM Thomlon.(U) t;Jeans H"MInI' <, (" "'..,. ... over Lake Butler.. ,(,
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H,.4. Andy Ulthelaer Pow.ll)... I i11.I :
McGriff said after the Rams took!:""M\ .
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As the line goes, he received an offer he couldn't refuse, and Brady everything but number one-.r,: HaiAla.frII '. ,- ..i ,
Creathmwe, the man who gave Bradford High the most experienced high doubles from Bradford., In that'M, SeppJohneon: d.Taylor-Barber. .. 1 ; '. .., it\t
school athletic trainer In the state, If not the nation, the past S years will be top doubles spot Craig Sapp and ./, II.Johne-Clark 4. PhtUipfraUrllnoj( 1 s "> "
5.3.0.3 .,
moving on lOOn.Greathouse "' ,
Jeff Johnson won a big 8-1,iW,M .
former head trainer at the University of Florida In the late r : ,
a three-setter. .-, } EaeUloetBHSbayalielngle.1 : ; : 1 "
1960's, head man at Tampa U..before that, and trainer for the Athletic Attic BHS fell to .4-3 with the toes t. / 'II I, ,. f.'t
awhile
nation-wide track field program, plus some major league baseball teams, Eastside upped its mark to;;..)' ) Row Bl d,,Sapp.-2, ...II.Morrb El' ;p:., ; : 't: .
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d. Jonneon M .1'" 31 Feumn lEI d.
will soon be taking his talents to the Island of Puerto Rico. 9-2. <, **& Johns..!,N.II Horn tEl d,Clark...0 XII 5i+h' ill. .I' .j" :
He'll be filling a dual role as 1)) head of an International sports medicine and In the match at Lake Butler ; Knight( eEl d. Crosby 1-1,*-|. t.. 't .

training program at Inler-Amcrtcan University of San German (pronounced Sapp won 6-0, and Greg Clark fii! ,
Her-MAN), and 2) will also serve as chief trainer for Puerto Rico's national wasn't far t that .( oo) .
pace, breezing pj 11 SappJohnaiHi. Rowa-Horrta.t 0,
track team, now gearing for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic effort. by 6-1, 6-2 all BIIS won without, ,Ji1 M. 11 F.-.-"...... lEl'd,,Johns-HuuW. )
Brady's last hurrah here will be the Bradford Invitational track meet April losing a set. 'JI{< '6-1. ** .' ,.
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IS at BHS. He was actually due to assume his duties at Puerto Rico earlier but ; '
took
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girls a 741 forfeit to .. 'h .
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BHS principal Jim Duncan talked the BHS trainer staying and science for teacher the Invitational into prove their won-loss mark to (Itw I- ."'.m ... .. ..... .. '''' ...... .. .... ....... ......, ..
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to give that meet :.-J I.I .

certified trainer as .

"I 1 think I've got the world by the fair 6s advertised. I If the shoe doesn't fit..sell it !
"I think lye got the Brooker Athletic Assoc.
for as what I want out of sports.' :' world by the tall as far as : .1 I

Brady Greathouse what"I want out of sports II I Call 964-6305 an ad Just your: size: "
the effervescent ;
goes, .,.
!Greathouse said In a .\... ,
phone conversation from' Jamboree t Starts Toclay ,

his Gainesville home during Spring break. "They're (Inter-American going .

to let me head up a program whereby we can take students from all over the .. .t
Caribbean and South American and set up a training organization for them. Brooker's Athletic Association will formally dedicate new 'concession1tand .. -V. KWB fH willMMWIM II ,., -
I'll teach three days a week (Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday), and have 4 as it kicks off a jamboree with opening ceremonies at pie Brookerit; I '
for travel. And let me tell this bunch (the P.R. track con- SELECT SERVICE
days open you School baluield
Elementary today, Thursday;April 7, at 5
tingent) does a bunch of traveling. We'll be all over South American, the After the ceremonies a 3-day jamboree of youth f.m. Softball will ,1D

Islands, Cuba, the U.S., and at least one major trip to Europe each summer start with a S:15 p.m. Minor League baseball game between the Brooker Red -' .
I'm not going to take my passport out of my hip pocket. and White teams. All 6 Brooker youth teams- the 2 Minor league teams, 1 in {
"One of the problems I'm going to have down there is an awful lot of those
the
Major 1 in the DIxie Boys age group, and 2 girls softball teama-will take
people don't speak word of english. But the University has offered to supply part In the Jamboree, along with other teams from Starke and Lawtey. The "
me a full-time interpreter for the first year.lt's definitely not going to be the Brooker youth baseball teams will be competing in the Starke Ree Department's -

easiest job I've ever" had, but it may be the most fulfilling. They really are leagues again this year,and the 2 girls Softball teams made up of 4th to

very appreciative. 8th graders, will be playing in a league with girls teams from Lawtey,
Is Greathouse will have to be from his wife L'-
Another problem an ocean away Here is schedule '
a of the Jamboree games in Brooker:
Mary Elizabeth, a librarian in the Alachua County school system, though .
Puerto Rico has arranged for visits home."I TkwtMlaM AawttV .
had decided there was no I wasn going to and leave wife here 5:00: Opening Cerwnonii., .
way go my 6:10: Brooker Red v.. Brookar While 10:90: a.m. Brooker flrto (Mr*, Slalrwkar'w. '
but she made up her mind I wasn't going to miss out on this," he said with one 1:30: Brooks Majoran. SUrkM..U ..... Lawley ", r \ Gulf bus the$ motor oil for the way you w+rk.. :t
of the chuckles that come so easily for him. Everything they've offered me II 00 Broiler While n. ) I '
from the beginning has been acceptable." > B-00 Braoker Ilr"... Breaker girls tawleyM .Regardless of the service for which your engine was designed the"
': Brooks Dixie 8o'a...Slarke' ...........(. ':00 Brooker ..,....8<.rfc.. Olymptem 'II ) selection of{ the right motor oil can keep it working harder longer. sThat's I
jet
Bradey Is one of the most sincere folks I've ever come across, so it doesn'tsuprise t30 Breaker M. v.. Starts Dodsm, <,, '

me that the Puerto Rican officials, sometimes leery of American .-. '. .. ," ....,.., "..... why Gull makes three different commercial motor oils to' .handle "*--.-. "j
sports officials, maybe more so since the Bobby Knight incident down there a Calendar the service l levels you neadTnost,
couple years ago trust him fully.-He'II be starting at the ground floor of Sports ;Gulf Super *)uty plus is highly recommended for use in '

modern training among the the Caribbean nations to set up an organization of i ,,. Ii (nixed fleets and equipment operating under the most demanding
qualified sports medicine people such as we have in the U.S. Opening Cerwnonnkaw..Ir.: .AIh_ A-oe.,, Pal.ike, BHStmnl..fflpnj Uooi:Aadllt \;..conditions. But,; for gasoline and diesel-powered engines working
"I told them I just wanted the chance to do things for Puerto Rico that have 9:00i ,> BHS glrte track ii W_'.Classic,Jade onville',, 'under all but the most severe requirements. Gull Super Duty Is an

never been done down there before,"" he said of his conversation with the'Island's .r........... ...,*imr.nn excellent choice.And gasoline engines In all situations, or diesel
Olympic committee representatives. Stark.- Church at God church tourney ..,...* Keystone BHS irtoeoftbeU (7: orIlluoufth '" ,1 engines light to moderate-duty! service. Gulflube*
So Puerto Rico's gain is Bradford County's loss.We wish Bradey the best... Saturday I KeyMone:: : BUS beeeb U I7M.: Oil XHD offers the right combination of protection '
Breaks Athletic Aaeoc.JamborsiS" pun el. BHS track fleW.l Clay : I
< tennis el Union.CGun'1II.101> and economy.

... While mentioning the Bradford Invitational let's not forget the local track Completion o(Church-.01,God.Aa..e tourney Wed- ,....,.Ap,0 II '. Gulf motor oils, broil the ways you work. MotG'r

tt field spectacle just a week away: Friday, April 15, at Bradford High. Brooks Athletic_Jamboree" all day MloVUebun. M. BUS......rftbaJl |1.:00): > .. kis today. '

Among the expected participants are the defending champ Tittnvllle High :V: ','I"'I'?; A "Complete" Hue of Oils &;'(Creases In "
girls, who went on to win the class 3A state title last year and may be the beat Recreation Schedule "' v .
track team in the state regardless of classification this time around. The Ter- ,1HtVt 'rti \" .. '- -- '-' .- ,
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4A FIeI.. IPI U frail St. and IWJ WeaUtrie In*.- i'OOBraakerRetfalUBuMll.li ",.,' j''.' > I
riers have beaten 4A state power Orlando Oak Ridge ( 82 state champ) no .
less than four,Umes.this, year... .,. r. ? t.--; IBI. to .Bt't'I.? iLl LMley:' (IKI" '. ;:s 30B'; A'::church n9rarch nn.b final.: :IEI Its/ '.";..; ,, j Register/ : '.Oil. &' "'U as.

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... Still on track BHS track coach 'G ori. Loper is coming1 along fine after">" ':aobfeehama.w1.n41a.ia..Iw; : .b> ""' ..-.qj\\.> .:"_ VHPly ,'-1', I i 1 " ,
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suffering neck problems and having to skip the last BHS sports banquet.in 1:411 Slarke Indiana >Brooker Red IBI, -
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favor of a trip to the hospital. :
Loper, who had to wear a neck brace to work at the Middle School briefly, :;:00 oo K.Lawlay Red Sox at Brooker el L. Blue.boys I Li IBI

recovered fast enough to attend the Florida Relays with the BHS team. He's a >:00 Dodgers K. Anfeht IKi . .
regular at the Relays each year, as he assists with the UF track program.,. 0:30:: New River Klngaley IE '
7:30: Expoeal: Braoker Major
_. Speaking once more of track the site of the Region II meet has been an- 1:30 7:451.4: Air BepHH Park.St.-Grace EdwanaKWl l B r :QUAll.1ry 'SERVI'C'E S'EtECJION.: & 'SAVINGS,

nounced: it'll be held Friday May 6, at Lake Mary Illgb School, a 2nd-year T-4S Perfect 11-_1_ (PI .. .
school Seminole County which is said to have beautiful. facilities. Bradford 1:.:4S Smyrna -Jr.. Stare IWIon .

Is one of the schools that bid for the meet.. Romttea Wlldcala Plaza Olln Hut lEI,,(Pt
1:00: a : BUSHESPursley's

... Several BHS tennis players and coach Jerry McGriff went to Jackson- 7 l'I"Anil a
ville Tuesday to watch former Tornado Eddie Winkler play and they definitely .1:451.. Suns at.Twlna 1 .
at K. Aalrot" Kl :
picked the right match to spectate. Winkler\ and his FJC mates whitewashed .:.Olympian 00. Lawtey .Brooker boys I B> is r f)3'. sly. .O.dlar/a, ludft
the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley branch 9-0 at the stunning FJC ':00 Brooks While Ransera ILI7MPhWlaeTlger. r And Bloom-! HwY ftaa.r.ek'ConNadw.ee
south campus tennis facilities. Winkler, a freshman, won at the number"f .:: chudi semi. (St: .1 ..... '..,' .' 1'iIo o.t.lbe

singles spot &-3, (-2 and carded a 6-1. 6-2 win In number 3 doubles... 7:.."A", church saint IP ... ? .
IM"B" church eeml (WlI'OOCubbellex .
.? Nobody I've talked to can remember a longer string of scoreless inningsby Rebela <( a Bradford High baseball team than the 23% of this year and I sure can't- 1:00B" chunll1 8PEeiMS. '-4t t

find any string of zero's that long In our records. So, we'll call that a. school- .......,..5015, .
record for the Tornadoes... I:.L. Gold L. Blue tL' a Traplcana-Oieirlone ,
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playing together under one roof In the Starke Rec. Department's Dixie 7:.Plea Hut.Daulera Wl J J. St. Augustine
Youth leagues this year. Obviously there's been some factional T:45; L.A Twine I : (Blt:00 7':' y' AZALEA'S
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disagreements in the past but it shouldn't be that way. Let's face it, we're all .: Country Boye winner(E) .
Norman'sPerfect 10 IWr Grass
in the same county, the kids will be going to school together and playing sidebyside ::00 Plugs i Plants '"
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at the middle school and high achoollevela, and everybody ought to be -........t4' .'
able to get along. 1:30K. Aitraeal HarchanU IW l ). S2 Plugs per tray'Cata bloom most favorite

Lets make concerted effort coaches and to have some ':411 Tigers Twlna IPI e tray plants COIoI'1., ,
a ; parents, players ':411 PhUllea at Brooks WlllW. .(B) 1 gaL size -
"friendly" rivalries in youth sports in Bradford... ..OOMcU at K. AnneJallO bard! 'so Sq. its. 1uPo
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tl ". Perspiring workers labored to erect colorful rides 4-H There are many other attractions as well, including the swine
<.. :': members and their families unloaded trailers packed with prize- and pig shows, which always draw a large crowd. Over 40 en- I
winning steers, hogs and chickens and an enthusiastic crowd trants were turned away this year when their animals failed to :
: turned out to enjoy the fun as the 33rd edition of the Bradford make It up to standards, so the competition should be tough this
\ County Fair opened its doors to the public Wednesday,April 6 at year as it was a year ago.
,,' the fairgrounds on Hwy. 301. The reigning Miss America, California's Debra Sue Maffett
'...k'" ;.' > The weather, which turned the proceedings into a muddy mess will make an appearance Thursday from 2-4 p.m. and from 7-9
at times for fairgoers last year stayed clear for opening day with pvm. also near the entrance.
l:, '," ; I temperatures In the mid-70's to 80's and only an occasional cloudor The anual Rural-Urban Day, sponsored by the Starke Rotary
; '" ',1 "' ''' two on the horizon. Clear skies are expected to hold up through Club, began at noon Wednesday with 1,000 chicken dinners being ,I
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: .i:: 1 i, t sightly greater chance of scattered showers here on Saturday. bribusY rotarians as a kind of lets-get-acqainted dinner for
./'Everything has been going very smoothly," commented city folk, and it has become a tradition in the last few I
Slarke Chamber of Commerce Manager Bill Wilson, who Is also years
serving as fair manager again this year. "Its hectic as Usual but ,The Beef and Dairy show took place at 2.30 p.m. Wednesday.
the weather looks a whole lot better today than it did last year. I In the cattle division, prizes were awarded for Champion Bull.
hope it holds up through the weekend," Reserve Champion Bull, Champion Female, Reserve Champion
Bradford County Commissioner Maie Reddish Jr. opened the Female and Best Youth Exhibit. A trophy for Outstanding Herdsman -
proceedings with an official flourish and a pretty assist from 1983 will also be given by the rotarians.
.E'h 1, Strawberry Queen Janet Jordan In ribbon cutting cerimonies at Of 41 steers entered,26 made the cut, down a bit from last year.
11 a.m.:Wednesday morning, kicking off a four day run for the Swine entries were up this year; of 67 pigs entered 53 made the
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The Bradford High ROTC Drill Team conducted the flag-raising Miss America, Debra Sue Maffett, will appear at the fair from .
: ceremony' 2-4 p.m. and from 7-9 p.m. I
,' Appraxirnately 50,000 people are expected to"pass through the' The Swine sale begins at 7 p.m.
s ... I fair, gate} 'before Sunday' night, general manager Wilson Fair gates are open at noon.
predicted Wednesday, to see the booths, the prizewinning
JL ,: Tough decision-{ ; : < animals and enjoy themselves on a large selection of rides on the Friday / ,
r "'.' 1 ;: These judg .hlltttnpply some critical standards et the preliminaries of the Fa I"''.cattle Midways The highlight of the fair Friday will be the annual Bradford- ,
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Dancers sing and move around the stage In perfect syncopation In this opengroup will be performing to packed houses in six different performances? this
Ing scene from Gilbert and Sullivan's "Patience" month.

and Sullivan's "Patience" remembered now as era of Art
opens in Melrose Thursday, April 7 at Nouveau. Together with that, as
8:15 p.m. performed by the Melrose represented by BlU1It-Jones, Oscar ''
Music Theatre. On April 23, 1881 Wilds and Whistler came a combina- \\V"\-t
Gilbert and Sullivan's "PATIENCE" tion of other fads such as the obsession Photos by,'
received its world premiere at the with things oriental. It was the
Opera Comique Theater In London. fashion in London life as it is in the 14<1'1/ Ai
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The Light Opera of Manhatten, knownto libretto of "Patience" for those of the MarkfF ,'
the world as LOOM, staged "PA.I esthetic set to appear to be waited dlint
TIENCE" exactly on the centennial, above and beyond reality.; Hence one !,4' f JA t VffN/ ra Nr'', ',,:' ..."fLV .
I 1981, in New York to the Joy of those might carry drooping lily, or wear /: '. '

who encountered it for the first time. forlorn aspect or dress In fadded j't.., ." .
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popularity but In recent years, with there is more to "Patience"than ". \
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pany of London failing financially phenomenon. More even than most G .....;.1 ,' )
most reperatory groups trimmedtheir ? S operettas. "Patience" contains a ,'.
reperatory down to four or five peculiarly modern' application. Inherent t t'k. is t 4 s, I
items, of which the Big Three were in "Patience" Is the relation of
"HMS Pinafore", "The Mikado" and artist to audience, of true versus fake

"Pirates of Penzance". Though it art of fashion versus substance. .. ..
never achieved the popularity of the Every age has its esthetic rages, to ,
Big Three, "Patience' was a big hit which even level-headed critics tem-
when originally staged, and it im- porarily can succumb. Thus the basic A quiet scene.., ,
mediately swept the English speaking messm still holds Then lovely.ladies will be the.'objects
world. In New York the title role was true; impressionable young ladies of attention affection and comedy .1
sung by Lilian Russell in 1882. can still be swept off their feet by a during the 'Melreie. Music
MMT director Chick LaPointe and glib artistic salesman, but that does Theatre's production of

I music director David Benson feel"Pattehee" not necessarily make the product Sullivan's "Patience" rW"17Io .' r,. ,t 8SW t'6 rlslnu ) .l if d4't'Je IV .ot ,atfbl.li" wNit .,.
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location at the UCI Training Building, best ever held at UCI. Exotic plants..jl! n / I.llWb ; s 7.99
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thousands of viewers from North waterfall and miniature lake with an driftwood: > bedding plants, h| Tissue '
Florida and other areas, will be held antique bridge will add to the decor of baskets house plants and AJUBrtntCassel _, 1 11' > a ,b oSrr
on the following schedule: the area,where the nicely landscaped s"Yugo, aq.wty 1.191 a t4
Thursday May 19,12 noon to 9 p.m. building complex has central heat t} Pert bath tissue Rai I
Friday, May 20, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and air to make both plants and .po ..Adml n free and the p 1' Is J,. .... with ply ;
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Hubert Merrill Ely Tanner charge Lisa JoMitslsin.efNl1atka;! ; tw r;yl4tms-> flea b) Jh1Aa, ay.i6rur
arrangements.
Hubert Merritt Ely, 79, of Starke Lamar Futch of Starke and Marvin
died Monday, April 4, at BradfordHospital Robert Guy Futch )Futch: of Houston, Texas; ,ellht
following an extended il- Robert Guy Futch, 76, of Lawtey '! .IrurtMp1 Mrs. Mabel McClellar4'lMp's.PatiltneiieV.pe .4
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Born and raised In Coldwater Bradford Hospital following an ex: *<", -.Mrfilnpra:l Pill( tt. Mrs. Oa"S1! < Mich., he was employed by a chain of tended Mneaa. / .)ing'r arid M ret paul (;\.I'or::
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supervisor and was a member of Pine Born and raised In Bradford County ford,..nd Mfs.tjis Bdttas of Tlfin, DETERGENT
Level Baptist Church of Starke. Mr. Futch attended the Bradford',; 'Go.r hi a.lllqth !' Mrs. Mlnnla-FUfch:; lie
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Vera E. Ely of Starke; two sons, G.K. of Evergreen Baptist Church of' .greaa Xrarylpiketi\). .;' ;, '
Ely of Starke and L.D. Ely of California Lawtey; and was retired from the' l ,J :Jf. I S. 799
and 16 grandchildren. Florida Development Commission of Funeral 8e1'v'it; a will be held Ttiiirsv;'' $1 : And
Funeral services were held Starke, day, April 7, at 2 p.m. at Evergreen'-'' $1. ,
Wednesday April 6, at the Chapel of Baptist Church with Rev. Jam_' JLBOX Bars Last ies' Colorful
Archie Tanner Funeral Hume with Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Saunders officiating. Burial will be in' Sundresses .
Rev. Roman Alvarez and Rev. John Deloris Futch of Lawtey; four Lawtey Cemetery with Archie Tanner Arm &: Hammer Beauty Soap Compare!! Up To 10t Springtime print sundresses "
Strickland officiating. Burial was In daughters, Ines Sauls of Lake City 1 Funeral Home of Starke in charge of,. Regularly 1.391 65 oat. Regularly 9 l'o'"J with ruffle tops, flounced skin and elastic
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I News of Record bound oil US-301 In the outside lane The- office ot the 'slate atloiiUaft= Barnes, driving a 1982 Chevrolet, a hunting knife, according to the arrest patients were transported In the
near Hardee's. Gonzalez, driving a declined to prosecute 11 cases .aim, backed from the drive-in service win- record. The victim is listed as 51 calls requiring transporting. 23 of
....... .. -.... .M a..dr..d CM lues Ford, was northbound in tho In- twelve guilty pleas were accepted. ''f dow of Jessie's Lounge and struck a Jack Creamer of Lawtey. the calls required no transporting,according
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c..t--. side lane. According to witnesses the There were 22 cases for initial appearance ,.. parked 1977 Ford According to the Sedgewick was out of jail under a to Rescue: Supervisor Cliff
.....s. __t.........A._ Ford suddenly veered to tne right and or arraignment In traffic'. arrest record, Barnes blood alcohol 12,000: bond for aggravated assault Chapman. '
_"W-W_ hen bark to me tuft, crossed oil traffic criminal court 17 cases were handled u level was .31 percent. March 13 where he threatened a vie. 33 of the calls wore transported to
''c5..M.-9''"- ___ ,,-. lanes, lost control and skidded subsequent to arraignment by' .theJ';! Total bond for the charges was set tim with knife, said the sheriffs office Bradford Hospital with 18 calls being
a..ld a.a....M.l/s.d....sd Nba.M a..Id_aw.l/sd. around facing south and struck the slate office. \ 2 at $650.: Barnes was released on her transported to other hospitals
_a.addl..d CMdy I.a.dw.a. AMC in the left rear.After impact the Two juvenile petitions were filedwith I own recognizance.Damage Seven calls were answered by the
.. r..dd1..41..11..d. __....... Ford then made a complete circle no Judicial action approved b't! to the parked Ford was Tampa Man ArrestedAt back-up unit. .
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O.--_ Damage to the Ford was $2,000.
P.- Steven Glisson was arrested resulting from automobile ac
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$1,000. Damage to the Toyota was
Intoxication, according to Lt. Eaten Eight calls were to cardiac pat
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-10-a..M : Bond for the DWI charge was set at Gerald Schofill, 74, of Starke was Lee Byers of Starke was arrested Glisson was arrested at the Starke respiratory problems. .
--L-v-v_. $300. .Gonzalez was released on his arrested April i and charged with April 2 and charged with bus station for being very Intoxicatedbut 17 calls were illness related and one
_a.. ..' '-W.L. 55.0. ,Patrolman Jimmy Epps."i' to Lt. Estan Masher and Hospital after he complained of heart Three calla were cancelled and five
'. 5.I HY 5 t suet ww1..d--_N..-.wM1.s.. Schoflll was found on the corner of Patrolman Jimmy Epps.! problems. He was check and released people were dead when the rescue
; Washington and Walnut Streets Byers was arrested at the Pizza Hut after becoming very disorderly, according unit arrived.
March Report Bradford where he past out. He was taken to: where he was passed out In a booth. to Rescue Supervisor Cliff One call was patient In emotional
State Attorney Office Bradford County Hospital where he When he attempted to pay his bill he Chapman. Glisson did not know crisis and one call was a suicide at-
,:,. 5 Inured in 3 Car became disorderly with the medical' pulled a small baggie of marijuanafrom where he was or when he last ate. tempt.
{ in Starke During March the Bradford Office personnel and refused treatment; <' his pocket, according to the arrest Glisson had been released from the
: of the state attorney received S3 new cording to Supervisor ov Rescue Cliff, record. DOC but had spent most of his$115,he
':. Guillermo Gonzales of Lawtey waa Individual cases and/or, felony Chapman Schoflll was then taken to Bond for the charge was set at$300. had $31 left when he was booked into
charged with driving while intox- for Informa the I'': the
defendents prosecution. county jail. Byers was released on his own county jail.
icated and careless driving In an accident lions were filed on 26 prior cases Bond for the charge was set at $50:: recognizance. The next day he was released and
April 3 on US-301 in Starke, according Nineteen cases were dismissed by He was released after he posted a ordered to board the bus to Tampa
to Lt. Estan Mosher. the court or state attorney and there cash bond.Starke. according to the sheriff's office. Hewas M
:":; Five people were treated at the was one jury trial, according to Investigator Lawtey Man ArrestedFor told not to drink or get re-

:.. cone and 60 personnel then Wiley Clark. Second Assault arrested.
O'Neil Dan Cuddlngton, The office defined to prosecute nine. Woman ChargedIn
.. transported to Bradford Hospital. Injured cases. Two felony appeals were filed With DWI and NVDL Ronald David Sedgewick of Lawtey Bradford Rescue Unit
W. were the drivers of the three There were no guilty was arrested April charged with'
3:: vehicles and two passengers. peas accepted during March. Vivian M. Barnes of Starke was arrested -, aggravated assault, according to Answers 74 Calls' Although The Hague is the
4A 1973 AMC, driven by Barbara 25 Informations were filed in misdemeanor March 19 and charged with Deputies John Dempsey and Sammy Bradford County Rescue Unit made seat of the Netherlands government -
S: Gail Brodsky of Starke and a 1979' court. Nine prior cases were driving while Intoxicated and havingno Eunice. a total of 74 runs during the month of the capital ii actually -
:;- Toyota, driven by Mohammed H. dismissed by the court: or state attorney valid driver's license,according to Sedgewick is charged with March, an increase over the 63 runs Amsterdam and it if here
Esieghamet of Chicago, were south- and there were five trials. Patrolman Greg Nichols. .. threatening to do violence and having during February. that coronations take pine


I I; Bennett, Ordered to Show Cause in Jury Tampering f' CaseBradford I


County Circuit Court mistrial In the felony jury'trial of the something like that. Bennett said he right thing, according to the order to
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I ordered Donald. Bennett to appear State of Florida vs. Aaron Taylor had talked with the defendant who feltit show cause. -
April 11 to show cause why he should March 28..Taylor Is charged with con- looked bad for him. Bennett stated After hearing the Juror the next day
not be held In direct criminal contempt spirary to traffic In cocaine. .others were Involved and the defendant -' March 29, a mistrial was declared by Dr. Dennis ConnaughtonAssociated
of court,according to Assistant According to the court record Bennett was set-up and was the little guy:, Judge Crews.
State Attorney Thomas Elwell. .contacted a juror In the trial who was caught while the big drug}t Bennett may appear In person or ( with Dr. Harry Gruen)
I Circuit Judge John J Crews issued while the trial was in recess. He said dealers got off. '.''I with counsel and shall be entitled to
the order after hearing evidence of he had known the defendant for years Bennett admitted he was out of lice;7.. testify or present witnesses In his own Now Announces
jury tampering which had caused a and that the defendant would not do but knew she (the juror) would do the'* behalf at the hearing.
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! UF Law Grad Gets Probation in Pot Case Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM

::1\ A'University of Florida law school that Harrison receive five'years in Department of Law Enforcement;
,\ graduate received five yean probation prison. Elwell also recommended ad- revealed only a few plants. However 459 W. Call 964-5152 :
,8 and a $5,000 fine in Bradford judication of guilt, which would prevent Bradford County Sheriff's Deputies .
f II! County Circuit Court Monday after him from becoming a member of found :37 cypress-chipped beds of pot
I! pleading no contest to marijuana the Florida Bar. Elwell said Harrison plants and several items ,of 1 t
. possession. had not passed the Bar exam before cultivating equipment,including 1,500
: his arrest. feet of garden hose on the property
: Kenneth Alan Harrison, 35, ot Circuit Court Judge John'J Crews where Harrison was living, said
, Lawtey waa charged with growing withheld a judgment of guilt for Harrison Elwell. The plants from 1 to 4 feet in LOOK TO LAKE
1,050 marijuana plants last June.Due ,stating the admission to the Bar height were growing beneath a
to the large number of plants and the should be determined by the Bar canopy of myrtle bushes, they were
, I sophistication of the opera rather than by an adjudication of found after the sheriff's office I '
agent State Attorney guilt. secured a search warrant.

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.' license, according to Investigator Trooper..B. A. Williams. was suspended, according to Trooperw. :i9/oFINANGING
Don Denton. D. Langston.
Williams who had numerous traffic Bond'waa set at $300. Gunter was, Bond was set at'$200. Rimes was' I 1P
violations resulting in having his released after he posted a surety released' after he posted a surety'
' license revolked, is charged with bond. bond.NEWS .
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.$1,000. Williams was released on. his
;own recognizance. ATTRACTS FISII! l _
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| (David Ballinger'of Starke was ar: Q tt.J \_
tested March 30 and charged with C'jTI1o
; As Seen*Advertised on TV nOhIb
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Wrivlrtg wttlsvimoxlcated and drivingirhile Wholesale Retail CHiVETTE
his license wai; suspended, y h| .-
itordlng to Trooper W. D.Langston. Commissary Jq .ifq lobe .. n.F
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Bond was set at $350 for the,DWIjfcarge
and $50 fot the DWLS charge. Food Store
SalUnger. !was'::released after heiteted SR 225 Lawtev 782-3017
surety bonds (or the charges,

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krchl 'Kittles, 60, of Lawtey was luti

trhllo'rtested'attd intoxicated.charged, according with driving to. t mot- OPEN 8-5:30: Mon.Frt. 8-12; Sat.

S-ooper D. C, Roberts. stop try Cd .
KItties was stopped two miles westf Over -14u
Starke on SR-100 driving a 1981 FIREr1ZA s COUPE
964-7911 ,14
tttyota. His blood alcohol content was years
((17 perwi't according to the arrest Experlelce) SJ be' s.1orlCKUP ,
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after he posted a surety,bond. Hwy,301- 407 N. Temple Ave. I '<
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iI Juanita McCloud, 1ft, of Jacksonville We install, and Check;System. 1 rt yylr.
was arrested April t and chargedwith '(
driving while intoxicated,according a (FREE)
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y blood alcohol content
was's.11 .percentr according to the

ticket.. Bond\ was set at SJOO. McCloud was \ .

bond.released.. after she posted a surety ffauffusBattery OMEGA WOUOHAM SEDAr CAVAl1ER_



Payments As Low As $119. mo.
: of STARKE
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,; We wish to express our deepest Cash Price $6 88 $2088 Down. Cash or Trade-
gratitude to our friends and TOP QUALITY BATTERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES
neighbors for the kindness shown us 'and
WAG- Plus Tax Tag
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during our recent bereavement, The '
beautiful floral offerings and : "' Need x,.
the Batteries YOU May
delicious food was much appreciated.: Stocking ,' Low Cost Financing AvaHafela 6n ALL
The Family of Tommy Mersereau

1 I / New' Chovroleis And 0i4.mcbilas i .

;:S, 'Thank" Yoii #

'.:The family of James Oliver Hunter :NOW RebuildingAlternators

wishes to and deeply gratitude express for our the love appreciation >> 2 great Cars, oats .Great Macs \ .' ....... '

and concern shown by our' friends '
during die recent loss of a truly loved ..; StartersGenerators
one. we know you have m much love, ., .
for one of Coo's children, as we do. 1 _
and we thank you from the bottom of < } ld
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\t' It look Dorothy Fedak'l over 300 ,the spread. She wouldn't sell It for 5)) Milder brand. .
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$soo. promised
!In'r. ". 't 'J', tq'her, thlgpen, YOUTH) 1J Fay CWWfft; ( ;
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'( Baby Accewe>riei I 1)) Judy "PathoMem ( '!
"'/.k. ;-1, '''! .,' using a pop corn stitch but it niece Linda Tatum. ,,' '. .'
!, i\ \ wilt be Jane > (ADULT) 1)) Mary B >-
won the sweepstakes prize in the This bedspread on a bed ins Far.bedspreads' Hildebrand, 2))
Needlework Division ot' Bradford Mrs. Fedak home not In a drawer, Baby Quilts' I 1)) Softy .
County fair competition. she says. She'll wash It by hand in 1)) lonorah Wlld_Craig.. 2) Camilla Whitaker.Qllt.M.chlea. ,, ;' ; ,
Dorothy Fedak 3)) Vargla J
Woolite C..$Cape Panchei 1) Tr reoGjrlHI( le. Made ,1)r"L. ,
Directions on how to crochet the It's the first sweepstakes prize for ,
raLyA INR.,' from old Home Mrs. Fedak who has entered afghan '........ ._emo. 2)) lefty Hlldebrond.l1.: .:'
bedspread came an Shawli (YOUTH) I)'Tenser Qulh-Hond. stitch* 1)).Kim. .Ma..y,7)).'
and Gardens magazine. Mr Fedak .. (ADULT) 1)) Judy Duffy"a Ruby Honey. .y .....'I'
said she ordered the kit from Children' 4
company or ,
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1)) Julia Quilt-' Too Onlvt 11) Florence Water, t)
but returned it because she ._ '' $, -Maps or Warrant
Bob/l '
couldn't follow the directions on how Thlgpon. Mlui (YOUTH) 1)) Tammy ;People, ,

.. to proceed to crochet the spread. Ex Baby. Driest I) Camilla Whltokor. Nil....(YOUTH) 1))FarChlhon.. (ADULT) (ADULT) 1)) Mary R. F.hodn. "';";._.,.l', s,of
planations on how to proceed were Girt Draw 1)) Joan M wry.GI" ,...... 3) .' "
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: I Julia Thlapan 2)) Dorothy 1 : :
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i then sent Mrs Fedak by the com Shim 1)) Camilla Whitaker.Mists jui" M na o m 1
pany, but she still had no success. 1)) Jan- Fox, Jon Fox, 4)) Vorgle Wllkerton.Garment liquid' Imbrafdory. (YOUTH'" )11l, ,Tammy"' 1

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Finally she found direction' in an KnMhtaAfghani ,
old magazine 'that she could understand 1)) Mr" *. Judl Duffy. 'Udla'i. Simmer \) Camilla*Wltl......... 1'11'i' i I
latch Hooks YOUTH 1)) Fay Chllion.
k and the bed spread resulted. ., slippers (YOUTH) 1) Brando Grtttl : ( ) )
Mrs. Fedak says she needs an exact Sweater-ChllaM) Ado Heddlih.S .' Ledlo'i Street Drexel 1))Foggy ...Ichert.I (ADULT) 1)) Connie' Faya Odom. ,2)) "J Donna y', '
recipe to conk and exact directions to eeter Man or _'.. I)Judlo Deb 2)) Camilla WMtaker. 3) Ronnie King. ChllMMt. I
crochet knit. She is not able just to ,I Quilted-Machin. (MUnJoi 1)) Camilla'Whltokor. !
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Lod... .antmiMi' 1)) Camilla Whltakar. .' ,*.i l( j
look and duplicate It. Ado Reodlah. I
something """lOCI''1)) "
rY j ledle'a ... 1)) Camilla Whlfokar. Miles 1)) Edna Sondr,, 2)) VarglaiWllkonon. ,; '1 I
1 The spread was done mostly at' / .. " Mists shirts 1)) Peggy .Ighert.L'
night in front of the television set. Crochet '..fH.n.
There are 12 each taking Afghani (YOUTH) II) Brenda OrlHI. ..... "
about 18 hours squares\\ete. (ADULT) 1)) Elizabeth Walk I.... 2)) T.,.....i' '-. Crochets 1)) Theresa OflHU. '.,p .
Dorothy ,Fedak Mrs. Fedak has $50 and her time In OrlHI., 3)) Mrs. Chariot. .........., 4) Tim,. Bedipreedi 1) Nina Hutchim. Mammas" 1)) rvlt Cautoy. ,.' .:'.;




I Lisa Strayer Wins Horticulture Sweepstakes,.. P With. ;' ,.' Baby Inch Plant" '. ;;';{ I


Lisa Slrayer 17, of Samson Lake It was a first entry for Lisa but she Correctional.Florida Beauty ((2): ). Correctional.,.,Anthurlom. blue;Union' ": Correctional ':''1 Cacrin.s 4 Succulent. chain., whit.; Jane ,Klrchalna; ,' 'blue;' .

nutured her beautiful Baby Inch plant says it won't be her last.HO.TICULTU. Plloai Faith Frollck Baby Tears ((1)). Vor. Anthorlum." blue; Stanley Aleat Lawtay Correctional blue;Walter Horticulture.... Pals I
for 12 long months before deciding it Poporomlai Edna Norton (1)); Donna. Crawford prayer plant, blue Stanley Prn off. to"..,Mark Kind, blue: Jane Kir-. (See .
was big and lush enough to enter in ..DIVISION Gardner ((2): ), Jana Klrchalno ((3)). ;','Crawford maranta bI.... ,;
the Fair Non. Philodendrons| Sharon Cooper ((1)); Sannverlai Edna Norton blurs Bay
It was well worth the wait for Lisa FloworlngHousoplont* Union Correctional Intlllutlon ((2)); Union Hoyt .blue, Henry Cox, blue; Henry. Cox, : Starke Family Planning: Clinic '
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who says she' is very interested In Correctional ,Institution ((3)); Peggy King blue, Henry Cox blua.folntpoulleat ,.
: planting in general, because she and Dumb! Cane Union Correctional ((1)). ((4)). Tubas Tubes
her plant won the Best Overall in the Union Correctional ((2)Dracaonlat : ) Synogonulm (Arrowhead ar Emerald Flowering Hot IopI._ LlgaMon ( tied).
Horticulture Division at the Bradford Brando Starling.Florida Velvets) Union Correctional I); J..... Kit Edna Norton African & Vasectomies
County Fair. Boouty-BEST IN CLASS ((1)); Lowtoy chalna ((2): ). violet blue, Bonnie King!'violet rod:Jane .
Miscellaneous Edna Norton. croton, Klrchalne, violet, bl..... No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed.
blue, Monroe Herndon Swedish Ivy rod, Orchid. Bonnie King. orchid, .blue, ,
Robert Starling. prayer plant, blue, Donnla MliceHanaauu" Edna Norton petunia, 964-6500
Gardner, pony toll plant blue Union second, DM Strayer,,Firecracker, bI"..
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496-3921 HW)"., 121 S.; Lake Butler,

Open Monday Friday 7:30-5:30 Saturday 7:30-12' noon

Ralph Hazen, Alan Woodlngton,. Butch Faulknerl)

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FENCING NEEDS ,:: .

10:17": American Heavy Gauge"1 n :;,,,,,,,,, -: --4:, ;: ; .L : ,_= L .

Field! Fence. . . ... ,toll $6400 -
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3" Gaucho ..... ,, ,lift" >ni>3 (.\ ; ( anoint' ') avid all
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Barbed. WIre 1'4"." .'-.". .'\tee $24' ., >I'",' '' jtiludfbayt..lsu.1d'-fJ(4' l.aloes! -' a.a,: ion..
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5" Gaucho $ Call sl" I' :
.i 2200 Dolomite, !
Barbed sellers . . . .sell '

I "Red Top" Cattle Panels 25 year guarantee CCA treated fence posts

w 611z ft. '
x 2"-21(2" l.30each i
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Lisa Strayer 52 .. ea.. 6% ft x 2-3" 1.50 each
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6% ft. x 4"-5" 2.10 each f
g -s3MCHMM > Water Tanks '
Wrangler
... 9 :.. HEA Y DUTY 48> /,5,1 a'Panel! gates PVC PIPE Hog feeders ; "C.

..... t,..,..iI!.,. A..r'O." <,..,rn -'.,1"-1'. ...
!"'!. : '!# !.2I 6ft..2\.15each 14 ft. -42.20 each Seeds ?
.\8 ft>\.- 26V35eachrSl.Jeeach\, 16 ft. -44.90eaclfLl' Bath files 'ot' 1 .. ,IJu1a e, R' I r
,,1 .. 'h13' ft. 119' It. seed Bed Carers' 'O ,loss I / Vs la_
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>'. Uh u$ for Your, &}rden seed and lawn & garden products, Hardware -.arflt:>o'
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( \o'\\\' 1 AskAboutOuantityPrices"lC'PIIe': Boot Cut,& .- eels
aJ@ ,\;\ \ ,; V r lily trim Boots. .:)',/, "In
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CASH .. .' 'irs e Bush s All 'TypesCitrus All Types. ; r Ilk "Iot.n 0.:4: : .t;s t iiiiM, I Iro.


BONUS. .. .. i :, :;:. Shrubbery > (' Iu= ii'a:uld I..tlAH ,<

$ 5. Q" Trees' $ 2 IS'I '29 gauge 5V-crimp metal' twrflng w,';

Get $40 CASH I It.. '. r ,6 ft3.90: sheet 11 ft.=$7.10 sheet:
a BONUS
when Cs.tl-; ) $ 00 c each 7ft.-$4.50sheet 12ft.=$'l.TSsheet
you buy KitchenAid Cuslom ; 'r 8 ea. 8ft.-$5.15 sheet ,14 f t.-$9.00 sheet'

or Imperial Dishwasher.: ,'. l' 'Bite 10 -16.45Rheet-::$5.80 sheet .16ft,:-"$iu JSO sheet'Sweet' ."

Vou find all (these dlshsaub- I ] Horse : 14"XI0ft.RidgeCap-$5.50sheet :
tang and long-life features in- Steer Fa' i.r .
every KIlchenAld dishwasher TBZ Paste
XTftA-CLMN FEED. Wormer for Cattle "
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OIM4SCRU.IINO PKATtmt* 13'h'Proteili ; ; .
SyltaniAulomallo Hlgn Pmau Mulll Lael Wash : .. '8'hy. Protehi $1' 22'S' ., .
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vwy oomptat w *tar hnin4101"-in 1 $740 Spotton Insecticide' f for vrattle ,
100%UIMDK Urg CapMlly I i tRacks $ "
mlh Chin.Juard r 71'0 ,
) 100 th g '
Bum-in Soft Food $ .
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Tank and Anne Door Fertilizers'LIquid
heavy Duty W Horsepower Motor Mace 1104aa Chlordane 4r .. 15.0.4NHrate
Cnangaabla front Panels Io match ,
any mea 72% .5 gallon cans 35.65 Gail 9-10-15 10-10-10 ef ." .t,
a 10, and 1 Yaw 7Mpl Protection WuuntyKrtchonAkfDont wecarfIa'completeJineof '13200. $4 aO ocoo \s "Potash Seeds. n t"

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set tle for lees.MHMUTIM $2151D Now'ln'stock'' I ""
NOT* eM;'re..a..illy.o.-.Jo; _Mw;.. wY/lice.''. < Dolomite $.....00 100 Lb. Bag. ." ,...-6-8-8,4i. %,. A mmen "_. ; .* < :,,.
""Yau.P..N-m..nn.,50.o...., ....., bulk'' :* N* :
.mess err von,IV"oLiO."rat.O.gnox, M.OO ton ) ra ft ..9Gli::, f o j ; ,

KJlc''Ald.( and CASH Pon BONUS able Dlehweahars'on an KD.20.=1s112=-"'-lei dExpires .*. *" .135!le'186.0000 ,Pensacola'Bahiagraaa( .See
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BUY QUALITY BUY .SAWYER $53.00 'li?':'', Appk+ "..' ," ''' .yr., .... .$7.50e.

'SNp-en:Stwrf-Teo; Wolverine BOOR Al) prices! ;ark! subject Peeirs.? '.t1. ", f.f< h ',H.., ,',$6.70 ea.

Won Cie.M1ols" ',WItl..uEILAn ON SALE $38.B Ft, ,pair ; tdcbaD"'ewithoutnoU". ,';\ I (.lleca-.T..-... "k. 'L.tH.\o.: .... ... ..... ..-.p......,..$6.SOca.$.....10 ea.

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Cecilia Young Again "

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Winning ReciipeOllte
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'May Cannon of Maxville wai I Din. SanS.n"II A New
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announced that her 3)) Cecelia Young ., Janet Fly-the, 5)) Edna .,
strawberry Norton.Vegetable. "
shaped cake was the Best Overall i ) Boat
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the Baked Goods division
at the Bradford Smith.Peppenu:

said} County Just can't Fair.believe' It," Cannon I 1)) Edna 1)) Beverly Norton.Padgatt.MUci : Pr Let Us ..

when her winning entry was an I _
nounced. This lithe first time I have I' RELISHES Make Your Old
ever entered anything like this andwouldn't I'I Cucumbers 1)) Edna Norton. ; "
have entered at all if my' Fruits Winner of overall ros.tt.-C.c.lla.. 4' : :
daughter haden't talked me into It. 1'I Young. Boat New Again
want to thank everyone who has t
anything to do with the Fair for put PRESERVES .
Ung) on a good show. I'll be back next t I" Poaru 1)) Edna Norton) Edna Sander. ri tt I; ;4 ;r
year for sure ........, 1)) Edna Norton ? Complete Mnrina Experienced
rv I thought that a strawberry" .".. 1)) Janice Smith. .
shaped cake might)(! go over big i in> Stnrwberrle lEdna Norton Needs Available Fiberglass Repairman
Bradford County,' Cannon said with. I Ml.. I) Edna Norton: .AII Types Certified
k twinkle in her eye. Apple 1) Edna Norton. Fiberglass Repair Mechanic Avallabl
StArke's Cecilia Young, winnner\ 1 hi I
the canned good category at the Fail' JAMS Restoration!
for her pear perserves. is no strange Pear 1)) Edna Norton. ... .
pn the winning lists here. '........*! 1)) Janet Flyt..... 2)) Edna Nor- .$ l5.cll r, Guaranteed NOW is the time tO save
She won a Best Overall In the bakedgoods I ton Ollie May Cannon: Cecilia Young better boat. Hurry!
division two years ago and now', strawb.rd.n 1) Janet Flythe. on a
Has won In the canned goods category' MlMt IJCathy) Taylor.J .
for. the last two years running.
<' 'Thta'a nell that I got from m .J ,-. "'JBUIESi

grandmother quite a few years ago, i Berrleu 1)Cecolla)) Young. GET,SET FOR SUMMER.
young say. "I get the pears from at\: ,peachou. 1)). Janet Flylha, 2)) Edna Nor.
old farmer In Union. County wh J fonj : At
prows.the best rye.aeeq\ this area.', 0...... 1) Edna Norton. ITS SIP'S

:a', MIcCl.I. )Cecelia Young 2)) Edna Norton, l }
3)) Bonnie King. .
\ ;\ CANNED PRODUCT* "Iu..., !JEdna) Norton. ANNUAL SPRING
Jackson
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teemi 1) Edna Sander. 7)) Rita C lion; RAKED PRODUCTS'
9)) Janet Flythe; Beverly) Podgetr 3)) Ed. Qukfc Bread I) Sonya Baldro
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"Norton. : 1 ? peclony Breed. I) 'Janice Smith 2))
"VTemeteeet 1))'. Edna !Sander. *. 2)). Rita' Cecelia Young, 3)) Sarah Hind. Building
Chilean, ;3)) Edna Norton: .
Yeast Breed* A Rolls 1)) Cecello: Young.
P.tet..ti 1)) Edna Sander.. Plain Cake (Not .....). I) Camlll.
Squash. 1)"na'Sander 3)). Janet Whltak...
Flyth*. Specialty Cakan I) Cocolla: Young. 2))' Supply
sbe4. 1)) Nancy Green. 3)) Alva Padgett Barbara 110...
CoI&... lc... but not dacaratadi 1)) I....- Ad Good
: ;;.rx :. I\UITS da GrIHIi. 2)) !Pam TlMn.CakM /
.s..rini 1)) Edna Norton. DMoratodi 1) Ollla Moo Can. April through Ap.20 0 -
Pours.1} Rita Chllon.,2); J.....) t Ffythe nan winner of overall roiette, 2) Nancy' 1983 .
.4)) Beverly Padgett 4) Edna Norton.FeexheM Jakob. .
1) Jane Flythe, 2) Edna Nor- Cakn-Cut outs 1)) Sean Starling. .
Ian. '' .' > Cook""' I) Sonya Sold,... 3)) Cecelia. I'
'''p i 1)) Edna Sender*,',2)})Jamil: Flythe. Young. 3)) Mark King. SOUTHERNIZEDEXTERIOR: NAM-A
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'MlMt.I) Rita Chilian. Candyi. I 1) Sonya laid,.. t.,
; Most Umituel I............* In Bekedi I ", ? 00
:.iiIf' Plcinlfs Products 1)) Florence Ruud almond cram' ,
Breed/Butteri 1)) Edna Sander, 2) Rltq: .itrowberrlei, 3)) C.e.lla.Yaung, HOUSE. PAINT 1"0-,, t
ChllMMtt.3)) Janet.Flythe, 4) Edna Norton. strawberry I squares; 3)) Sarah Hind., Alway keep some en < "
.Cucumber ,1)) Edna Norton.; strawberry muffin; paint hand. because for, this I I. the J\r UeaIpts r J
Scfentificallycreoted everything..In-
,Ide or out. Great for imoll 011

, }t ] [ortje lltuure''Winners........ I forfhisclimat.", |tabs and '_ch.u..*. a n :: III QIIJ"c. Seen \
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,' blue; Stanley' Crawford, blue; .
J '("Mildred. I >r.niellad. lev Hoyt; .blue; Mary ; Bill Whit., blue. $21.7 jt1 "" ; : .."'" "
Strayer,'. ,bluet- Sharon Cooper blue; .T' '. '. Pares a 4nty i? 'f
CorrectkmatrWuer M..M."g :. ; ro., r hlm. Mary ,,\\'u,.... V ,., -L ,,',
alit., (l torso b l w.... bluKITCHEN Cars : .. .
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; fill Whlre. blue.CMitine Grouoon, blue; Bonnie King, blue \Wor-;: Matchlss. lATEXS".',"JI-GLOSS
,CMwli Alice ......., trod;' ..A.,.....* Fern pueenle Berry, blue; '' rUlt killer I
porno Gardner'; blue; Donna Oardner Peggy King. red. 1\5'- ,. ,. .d .
+; woodwork
bluer Donna Gardner bluer Jan Kin NephroepU (Boston). low ley' Correc* The Ideal llnlih for
tM.: ...., blue.Kai.sclee. ,tlonol red; Lawtey CorrecHonal whit.; \R'\ $.1 00 or wherever super
,Teddy. S..,), Dianne Hilton Coleman bluet! Jane Klrchalne, (If. woihablllty I* required. like
", ..tCO", btue; Jone 'Klrchalne blu., ; b'u.' ;iJona Klrchalne, blue; Mildred Klrchalne -> / w Per Gallon well In kitchen endplayroom. .
Mildred Klrcholne.red.. blue Mildred blue. Color Ncovenfry
; Klrchalne. ... Ne.notcWss"
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blue:(lEST ,IN 'CLASS Faith. blue;. lawtey Correctional, tern.blue; !4glptrk '" t:lirt-r: tI clvenup, |lust ue water.
frallck blue; Dlanne We tcort, blue; Don- taw. ,,)! Correctional' fem blue. ''I:: !.j \( 'r' (
no Gardner. MiMi! Carolyn Johnson 4 llIuef' 'l..olI.n_*' :; "' 4' I'i I
Alex Klrcholne; blue.Mtesll.seuu Toplery. Lisa Stroyer, BEST IN SHOW IS a .. ri ;.:J 1; s, ,: : (' Factory Llst 518.60 $12 99

Dlanne Wetcott (braintact. blue.' A rust-inhbi4iw.J--snaweJ.( -. ./ GAL. .
..): blue; Lawtey Correctional (Coe- Dish Gordon Edna Norton, blue; Edna h
available In whle.qblcukg> : rAejl; ,: ,: r'rmiraaNt
Hnluded.-jLtwIey'.. : Correctional (Cachn). Norton blur, Union Correctional blue: ) ( t" q r
faltiiirWalMpWeatcott" (Pips Organ Coc- Union Correctional, blue; Union Correotlonol variety of beautiful l colors alSo h
...*)1 ;JoneKlrchalne (rhlf !DII'), blue; Jane red; Stanley Crawford. red; Jane available In plli--qbI' rt= ., oii'ti' Is"
Itlr.M(tiger) cactus)I. blue... 'KlrclMMne. blue. ILIau gallons Sph4M i.E rbmo .' 1Je.

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Marti;?;King' UweTtlan* Klrchalne, .reds. "t. "-S' ''il
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Weitcfatt.' --e'-; ue.' Fo.all wo U '''Uh.i; all exposed surfaces. -Ourtougheit
Beiml a exterior hausa paint.Factory .
blue; Faith Frallck, blue: Jimmy Brooker Fences; Shakesua ? '. p,
bluettfe Brende ,)tarUnfl, blue; Walter ''U f'an;J r. bn}fr .
Wecrcott. 'blue; Jimmy. Brooken. blue; .
Wetter Weetcott. blue; Casey WMtcott; v 1 ., ..13', r $9 99
Inwley Correctional blue Low'.,Correctional aLL= Sr. n.di' ISI''
blue; Hilton Coleman, blue; Hilton swuA:+ Jtl.. + Factory Llif $15.45 '
Coleman David. Neweme. ,blue; David $ 8 :,. : GAL.
'...-.-; blue Bill Graudon. bI.e1 BillOraudon
red; D. WMtcott. blue; Jane .
KlrdMllna,',blue; Jane Klrchalne' blue ,. ; _. Coventry
Mildred Klrchalne. blue, Edna Norton CARPETS j tsl, Our premium late Interior wall point,.
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GAL. ''I"r' ana-coat coverage", a beautiful Ilril.h.. .
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............ blue; Mildred' KlrchallM.' lue. redecorating home. Carpet lathe
!X I NenglngBMlieta '"11I Uilng"'for kitchens slues ','
,Tredeiceeetla (,Weaderlng Jewji) the advent of new synthetic fibers "
lawtey Correctional. ., blue: Mary Str_. which: are highly toll and stain:
blue; Walt WMtcott bI"";. rnUlanl. Most' all manufacturers'make '
Ml.aell.we..t Jimmy Irook..t; ; at least one style which I*, ...\i.. :" "
Mechelle. Brvon. red; Mary Slroyer. blue designed lor kitchens. .".....,' .
(BEST/IN CLAMS): Sharon Cooper, red; Lisa These carpets are lightly tufted, "
Strayeri Wue; lewtey Correctional' blue;. I and will .. Thus spilled .. EnatttslI
Jane Klrcholne.' ..-. liquid ,simply. rest upon. the1
,,fle. red. MainUtnaiice of these toll resistant 4
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/ ,JaM Klrchaln.blue; 'Faith- .persistant tains, a foam cleaner, sash, bs, Factory lift $17.M
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Arts Crafts '

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Twit tulfiiltsl local artists, '
Wilkison and Janet Cunningham :
awarded the Sweepstakes Ro
for Best of Show for their two
in the Arts and Crafts competition ;
the Bradford County Fair.
Cunninghan worked for over
year on her winning oil
which depicts an outdoor scene in
impressionistic style remlniscint
Monet or Renior. The scene
literally from her own back
which is near the prison
where her husband works. 3).i
This is her first entry In the
ford Fair although she has
several of her paintings In art
In Palatka whwre she Is a member.
the Palatka Art Club.
Oottie a BHS student who has
interested in drawing "all my
this Is also her first entry at

be Bradford her last.Fair but added that it I'I'laYI w I

charcoal Her delicately evidently shaded Impressed drawing

judges this year,and she says she i
has lots' to learn about her art
next year. I

ACTS a CRAFTS ) ) ( )
Oil PalntlngM 1)) Janet Cunningham ) ) ) ) ; )
Nancy Green. 3)) Sharon ) ) ) ) ; )
(Youth); I) Robert Fish.r.Y.rnt ) ) ) )
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1)) Connie Odom.
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Needlepoint 1) Beverly Padgett. 2)) I ( ) )! ; )
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String Art 1)) Beverly. Padgett. ) ) ; )
Crewel Imbrolderyt 1))Carolyn Craig ) ) ) ) ; )
Bonnie Klnll'Charc1I / ) | )
1)) Mr*. J. W. ) | ) ) ; ) ) ; !
(Youth) 1)) Eollne Mauit. ) ) ) )
Pen or Pencil YOUTH 1)) ) ) ; ) !
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Wllfclion 2)) Kathleen D. Cllllngham )

It's the Golden'Round _7' -

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Allison Denmark Wins Top Student Prize I home heat pump ever.

O Cools In summer just like a'

BHS student Allison Denmark won DRAWING Rodgert-red Jim Nguyen-red Natalie Steven Cauthen-whlte. Sarah Daugla- high-efficiency. air honer.E.ER. i
the of Show award in Student '.' ratings of 9 or lllllmllllllIUllllllllm
: Best the
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SENIOR: Virginia Money-. Mll a Milch-blue. red Evan Douglai-blue Reggie Shaft i.ld.
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division at the Fair this year for her Wllllam-red Elaine Howard-blue, Jay JUNIOR Jams Jomeuwbtue Rays red Jamee-red Clarence Wllllomi-whlle,. most sizes Replace' ,
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I creative writing. Rodgera-blue, Dennis Weir-red Bonnie mood Aulln-blu Jeff Dowllnn-red.: Todd Manning-white Monlka Wllllaml- conditioning{ save \ m
Allison says she has been interestedin Wray-red Jim Nguyen-blue, Barry Lop.blu. ..- Michelle Burkheller-whlle. Down I whit.. Don Rebert-white, Ahlyurfchalterblue. O Heats economically In winter 1IIII\IIIIIilllll1lmll
writing since elementary school ., Joey Dawkln-blue, Cheryl Woolvln-biue. Shawn ltom...... Alooio .John Holt-white,Christie Produces over 2V times as
and plans on.pursuing it In the future. K......... ell-blu.. Linda.Wilkin.-rad. Clnd ... Tyen-whl, Carlo Haley-red.' Ed Camer-whlte. Jeremy K.ll y-blu., Carlo much heat per watt electric mmmmllllllflUlllmltemperalur. 1 lI If ll '
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Hodge-red. James Staler-white Susan Paul Tyler-white, Angela laclw.ll.whlt., .',freezing! s
Crawford-white, Tanya Klein-red Sean Weiton Dlxon-blue, Erin Stanell-whlte,
Redmond-blue, Chris Durban-blue. Kim ,April Gakln-whlte, Stefan Nlcholi-blue, Can work with your existing
Johnson-red, Randall 'alkblua.landoll/ Shan. Reddlh-blue, Josh Brewer-red forced-air furnace for even
Polk-blue. ,.';Erin Brewer-while Jaml.Clement-white, bigger energy cost savings
ELEMENTARY Anonymous-white, Tom-
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UbituariesLeonard



Burrows Kennedy of Bartow, FL; and one Iarland A. Sprow masters degree from Ohio State Metarie, La.; and jne grandson, from Bradenton in 1972 where he wasa
Leonard Burrows of Marion Iowa, grandchild. Harland Adam Sprow. 68, of university in Columbus Ohio. Mr. Adam. member of the SI' Williams Catholic
'. died Saturday April R, fat Cedar Hill- Service held at i p.m.'SatuK; Keystone Heights,died Sunday morn- Sprow was a charter member of the Funeral service were held Tues- Church.
,,""f W.Memorial Hospital following! ..a .heart day April a,:at Elmore-Hill Funn-al- Ing.. April 3, InAlachus General Veterans of Foreign Wars In North day,April 5.at 2 p.m. In the DeWItt C. Survivors include three sons, Ray
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,.:'.uaclt. I I Home, with'' buriul',)in Evergreen Hospital of sineavltle-oIlow! gwa Fairfield; Ohio; a member of Jones Chapel with! Rev. leroy Lewis mond. Roger and Renee Lagasse, al!
Mil; Burrow is a brothelol'Robert. Memorial Park Cemetery with' Jung illness. YvuBK: American Legion Post No. SO:?! In officiating. Burial was in Melrose! of New Hampshire; two brothers
E Lee Burrow of Lake ButlerA military and alW'l.rt. ... Born in North Manc *steit., Keystone Heights; and a past Cemetery under the direction of Felix Scott Lagasse of Ft. Myers andAlfred (
;horn in Black Hawk.County, Iowa', Mr. Sprow moved to' .Keystone member of, the Keystone Heights Jones Funeral Home, Highway 100 & : Harry Lagasse of Keystone
.BU-TOW moved to' Marion,2O years Member of the killcresfMasdnic .. Heights in 1952 from California-and Rotary Club. He was also a member Cypress St., Keystone Heights. Heights; one sister, Mrs. Adrlnne
ago. He was the owner -of.Lock; and Lodge served a* honorary- '''was a U.S. Army veteran of World; of the Keystone Heights Community Judkins of Mt Dora and six grand
'. Lime,Hauling Co.,. &ri a.member of pa1lhe.r.r. ... ...War II.. Mr. Sprow worked Jaw1*a Church Israel II. Lag.sse children. ,_
Grace. Baptist Church of Marion. teacher and In school administration Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Israel Hunt Lagasse,' 79, of Graves'de funeral services were .
Those from
Survivors include .his' wife, Mr*. the Lake Butler attending .for. 30 years in Ohio. California d Bettie Grills Sprow; one daughter, Keystone Heights, died Thursday held at 10:30 A.M. Saturday, April 2,
Vlck Burrow; two daughter Amy funeral were Mr.! and Mrs. Carl Florida, retired in 1971 from Bradford Sara Jo Graetz of Largo, Fla.; two morning. March 31, at his residence In the Keystone Heights Cemetery
and Julie Burrows of Marion; two Brown. Mr. W.S. Howard, Sr,, Mr.W.S. High School lie received. .his 'Bisters, Mrs. Phyllis Miller of Hemet, following a sudden illness. with Father Michael Williams of
sons Gary Burrows of DeWitt, iowa, Howard Jr., and Mr. J.M. bachelor's degree"rom' Heidelberg Calif. and Mrs. Eva Schad of Fre- Born in New Hampshire, Mr. ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of
and LeroY Burrows of LaPorte City Howard Jr. .. College In Tiffin/ Ohio, and' 'his mont, Ind.. one brother. Don Sprow of I.n-rim. > moved to Keystone Heights Keystone Heights In charge "
Iowa, four
'brother*, .frandchildrenfhthree -** I ...... -- I :'
of LaPorte City, Robert Burrowsi items Available At i VJO.T Family Canters Only

Lake Butler- four sisters Ruby Dod- .. Ad Prices{ Good April{ 7-10
son of Lincoln, NB; Darlene Muellar
of Dewar Iowa; Vera McClung of

Waterloo Iowa, and Loraine' Taylor / i

Grace Funeral'Baptist City.services Church were withintern held'-'at+ AT er pricesYr

.- metlt'at.' Buckingham Cemetery. l.a
;;;,, Backsair Funeral Home of-.Marion
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Mrs.- Estelle Dekle Dekle Roberta Roberts. of H/' ar" car stuff '

Jesup. GA, died Thursday.'March 31 .
In the Wayne Memorial Hospital In !
,Jesup, after a brief Illness. ingS '
i Mr*. Roberta was born in Lake ,. a
Butler, moving to Jesup 50 year ago. rebate
'.; i She,was a retired sales clerk and a .OO .
member of the Etwortb United. 'J :< ,
Methodist Church of Jesup. .. till 1 th .J '.' ': i'
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She Is survived by..her daughter. ., 'ours ., :
Miss Vlvirette Roberta of Jesup two. ,
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1 nephews and one niece. .
f'uneralaervices were held Friday,
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.'April 1, at the. Graveside in Dekle ; nai'U'aJ' "
t'.Cemetery in Lake Butler at 2 p.m.: i.- .
Rev Willis Moore officiated i Archer' ChOiC3.
k t. Funeral Home of Lake Butler is tak..
',.. leg care.of local arrangements.
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Morris Edison Waters

Mr. Morris E. Waters, 93. of Lake i
.. Butler died Thursday in the Union -
,General Hospital after a brief illness.
.; Born in Lake Butler he spent 22 ,
... .year in the U.S. !Navy. He has lived \ l
In Lake Butler for the last 11 years. .
Waters retired from the Navy, being oo.
S1Uia veteran of WWII and Member of the ,; 6.
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Post }0082. He was employed .. .,. ,
;. with the Reception Medical Center .t .... ,.
: Division of Correction Lake Butler. Sr cost re lforbehOrcQ.vi : d "
Pi. Survivor include hit, wife, Louise'K. ,
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...-, 'Water of-'Lake.. Butler two AP\d moose CO"a ope'"-!'n on'i.e ,Mt
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daughters Candle Raulerson of Lake .. 'I si1e"h :'S 0 bu r'\O".f\ b \
Butler and Janie Ctere of Ocala; five ed th iO'h a r+o aotbassexoaZ.O''ith :
'sons. Lemuel Waters U.S. Army Ft. it's'fi .di oitho i ve 9 '
: McCleilan. AL David and Archie CO bin 0"
.Waters of Lake Butler;.Roy Pet- o'el",boS e 1leg. t,9, "
.--.. tigrew Jr. of Hot SprIngs,-AI{. and 00'' fret o .\ '085.2'o..""
William Pettigrew of U.S. Army.Ger"r 4 ....- ta
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SavRRersrai '
, 4 many; six sisters: Rhona Parker of ,- ,t .,\IUP "''' .

Cecil Matl1IIy''HwrI..afoMafillnap..1I'Smith of Man ering Ruth;;: t )I'QII" i'. ..:..,nl.".':selImCwsolbia.Y .,' f .' -
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SalvVmCnVVr ",,,,O'C.j y 1 i IA{ 4 "f"I"""" .j\g Sy. 7ly .'
Lake Butler; Mildred \ a yY
i ..Chesepeke. VA, and fivegrand. l'klil..d spoosJ'g, : oaiwO Qualify FilmDevelopment
jj! children I 'd a ,,is
Funeral'services were held Saturday wbofor urd$n9lM us
April 2, at 4 In the Chapel of "' ''
"' Home of Lake Butler. : so. "
ArenerFuner.1 ZOO febote
Rev. Raymond Baer and Hubert Tyre o 't"'or'o. 110/126 110 126 or 35mm
,,officiated. Cremation followed under' a a, Jurc'er ei\body cdi1ed 12 exposure 20 or 24 exposure
Ithe.:, :, direction 0"' Archer 'Funeral 1 ooJ' ., ''''
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Samuel Brown :' '. ea3i/u 2t .g.,1.9': .. 11 0, 126 or 35mm Disc: Film
Samuel R. Brown, 55, of Dalzell .. .' '' q1 aul"".... 36 exposure 15 exposure
S.C., died Wednesday March 30, In .: .tkk--poft in
t the Veterans 'Hospital L in Columbia, 4.47 2.27

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S.C.Born
.. in Lake Butler, he was the son .
of the .'late .Joaeilsa hraaayette'and'; ;: .'r i7. 4 .C..1 Process Rim Only
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Lade WaynewriPilllPwflRu! -: :!W ,
Brown was a mBIBeri>of Freewill -';" ;,,'" "
Baptist Church: LMUtBwlerfHe bad" ., .
retired from the law force after 28:,,'.
year service and, ;was a veteran. .of.
Word War II.' **' ""; "
Brown was a member of the: '
Hillcrest Masonic Uodge,'the Scottish-{ ,
Rite and the Jamil Shrine Temple.
Survivor Include his wife Vera D
'Gonlsby Brown; a'ion, Joseph L.
'Brown of Dalzellp.two daughtenii
Cynthia Bertrand a oTrHoogtan.> TX,'
and Teresa Marette of. Shaw Air
Force Base; a brother, Carl L.Brown. 3.97 NiVIllZ91? ''tif f
s9 of Lake Butler; two sisters Carrie 2.1T

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I eystone Heights Ads .. ."' ., "'. PERSONALSERVICES f"I ....,YARD"SALE::' HELP ,
LA'.I"1: I, \ ;f Huntley i

,' .-.... .' .' MOVING ,SALE* April ').?.J FOR SALE FOR SALECAB FOR SALECOMMERGAI FOR kENT! .1, beginning at'.noon on lh8th. < '
-.. CARPBNmV AND MASONRY 14 hp. mldilio torn I 1COMOTOLOGITt Pull or r
OPPICl SPACE lacing WORK tractor with oil Im .... 47S.JSII
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed rMm tone PROPERTY on Building polio port Itl. Call
OVER Lawrence Blvd. Next door addition, remodeling ploment, lawn mower, Doris' Clinic.. "
\ lotto I.. Hlllcr.it. $800 wheel base, SeOO, Call comer of Lawrence Blvd. Hair (7 m-4HO,
down $146.44 month. and flamingo near SR-IOO to Andrews Drug Also homos end tile work. Free fan, .books, etc. Follow'garog. tfnchg ;
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Phone 473-4058 or 473-7381 2ttd'tgMATCHINGscouch.lavss.at and SR-21 Intersection, several /largo office* for estimates, phon. 473-4473 sole signs, Chris HAIRDRESSER NllOtOl for .S or

473-4367 alt.r 6 p.m. 4/7 and choir. 4 year old. 4-..par.l. office complexes rent In rear at building during day. 4/7 tfnchg tan. Camp Rd. oil SR 214. busy shop.Apply at tandr 47$ 42x3 ON OUR
facing Flamingo Call CARPENTER WORK 473.3481. 4/7 Itchq Hair Work, ./5.11I7
tfnchgUAUTIPUI $100. Call altar 5 p.m. ; corner 'lot with atrance CLASSIFIEDSCallTonkry f..
LAKI GENEVA 4733317. 4/7 Itpd en 3-sides of ""3,34I1..n tfnchg Remodeling worki hllChoncoblnot. MOVING SALES Couch dinIng s-__....._' '

acc... lots from SS.SOO. WHIRLPOOL RIECIRICRANGSi building. Ow..., financed OFFICE next to SPACE.downtown Stato Form Reasonable* pod trim corp.ntry price* table t chalf*..wrough r I Richard's Roofing" .pIIJt tW Major

$500 down $71.74 per 30 Incne*. with with low Interest..73.34117 rale. Call Keystone Cantor, Call 473-2477 after 3.30 Iron Item, pool tobl., ploW. >Rofoefmf aM..e Repoln. | HaeWe ApptancaeSaralng "
473-4920 | 964-6305
month. Discount on entire clock time,. oH cleaning. or
... hovie/utlllty bldg.. othotml.c. '
10 ocreos. On. waterfront window oven.CopporWno. tfnchg $60/Ma; Keystone p. 4/7 tfnchg =* Home R..I"I '' Bradford A
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473-2210
lot. Coll 473-4373. 4/7 Ilk. now. $150. ........ TWO ACRES LAND hi Deer- Height Realty .Inc.! furniture, toys. f Repair end Reef Clay CounBasJ '
tfnchg 4737413. 4/7 Itpd wood. Mills. 3 mile.north of REALTOR, 473-4961, 4/7 MISCELLANEOUSIINGOAMERICAN clothe, leather'A fur coot .Pro btI. 496-221
Keystone Height. L.nd I* tfnchg Corner Polntvlew Rd. and I | 47S-I64S _'f ** IIW.. K.yt >e.
cleared he. utility pose, Ill, 2SATH mobile homo Pecan St, of I. SR-31. a i.a a a
$ ERAFAULKNER optic tank and deep wed furnished with washer and LEGION HAllSr-21 Saturdays Xeyttana Height. Friday 4 -...,--. '...... -..... .II...:
dry., $3CO/mo. plus S10O Saturday 4/07 III
with IMP pump. 11000. 7 p.m. and Sunday 473-2393 --
Term negotiable ., deposit. Call 473-2747 2-5 p.m. Public Invited.. :2/3 ,
$10,000 cash. A.hl.y Man.-Frl.: 9.6 p.m. and tfnchg. Cash '
Oeklo. IS2 South Brood Saturday 9-1. 4/7-28 4tchg ALCOHOLICS NOTICE
REALTY Street. Cairo, Co., 3172. .. I FOR RRNT-WHITI SANDSLAKEi ANONYMOUS Closed
f2-377-74o ., 2BR.. 1 bath screen meeting(..Monday 8 p.m. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING for
912-294.0189. 3/24-4/2S porch S300/month. ALSO Open mooting Friday Bp.m. should' be submitted to the
964-5065 ""h,. I POE RENTS 38*.. 2 .both on Moron Monday 8p.m. Lake Region Monitor office!
IS ft. SHASTA CAMPERS three acre. 1880 iq. ft.Attic In and
All ..meeting at writing paid In advance Mortgages :: ,
A/C porta potl. tea box fan $3SO/month. Educational Building Com. unless' ,credit I* ,. ,
.loop* 4 adult and 2 Keystone Height Realty munlty Church 473-2790 or already established with ...' ,' '. -..
IB children. $1250 negotiable. Inc.. REALTOR 473-7961 4/7 47S-2130. 2/3 tfnchg this office. '
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473-2818 or Jacksonville tfnchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo MONITOR STAFF CAN- Mort'g g'a. y
REALTOR' 268.289..3/3..1..31pe1 :I..., 2BATHI unfurnished f.ncodya.d. du.., lea*or weigh' In*. NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE eWit Buy 1st end 2nd on Home _
17* AMC HORNET 4 cyl. 3 mobllehome with Open meeting Tuesoy'i, FOR MISTAKES IN ,
.p., good mechanical' condition 473-4006-ask for 7:30 Community CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS -
S 00. Phono Bill. After 6 p.m. call Church.p.nit.Educational TAKEN OVER THE 'From Individuals Builders Brokers & R*>al Estate Com
221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone. 473-334 after *. or 639-2111.4/7 Itpd Building, Keystone TELEPHONE. "
OFFICE HOURS. 473-4OM before e..ask for CHICKEN PARM-POM RENT Height, ..73.27'0.3 Classified deadline I I. pan I.... v

Mon. frI. '-S 964-5065 .......2 Noon Dennis. ./7 ItchgOLASTRON OR LEASE. 5 mil.. west 3 SR.ofKeystona. tfnchg Tuesday noon prior to '
2700 sq.lt.
BASS BOATS 85 liNGO lion Club acnss Thursday publication. .
hp. Evlnrud. Pow.r trim house and 22 acre fad from high school.' Tuesays, Minimum charge I I. IS Call Us R Let Us Make You An Offer I .
and tilt, fully rigged with for pasture. Call 473-262O Early Bird 7 p.m. Regular word for $2.75, th.n.IO "
drive on trailer "500. Call after 4 30 p.m. 4/7 Itchg 7:30 p.m. .Public Invited. cent for each ''word
I<* 1pt ..73.2087.7 Itchg 2/3 tfnchq.; thereafter.. We also make Homeowners Loans for Home'Improvements :,

HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR! Subscribe Today & Bill Consolidation
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2 door$73.30 Inch electric REDUCE SAP t fAST with
$73. Dints sel-54 LAKE REGION GoB. Tablet and E-Vop '" .Ii
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D6 t Inch formica top with 4 MONITOR "water pill. Andrew EM ., lie N. Walnut $t.solo .'
GlA( chair, $65. Phono 473-2210 Pharmacy Keystone I SERVICE
Fleet F/nancenfer/ '"-
..73.3353.7 Itpd Height 3/31 2tpd 4/07

1971 TOVOTA CORONA _.._.. j Removal i
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l*.IJr'Jit *--.*.W -. ....' ,""",", STATION WAGONs S sp. i Trimming i
Own.r says sell this lov.ly 3 bedroom 2 A/C.radial AM/FM tire*. Call radio 4732539.n.w : PearceAppliance j .Free Estimate j

bath block horn approximately 1600 sq. ft. 4/7 ItchgCHICKEN : \ Repair *Firewood I Used Mobile Homes

on on. acre. Has dining room; kltch.n. FERTILIZER for sale .,- i Anytime' FOR RENT

laundry room and fourth bedroom or family by pick-up load. Fri., Sat.. All Work Guaranteed j 2 BR : 2 &; BedroomsOne -

room with fr. tending fireplace. Also has Sun. Rd. 18 and East of -p., All Brand Including: Mlcrowav 1 473-4732 1 mobile home. I

thr..-car garage. Outside city limits. Hampton. ..ua.1707.07 -f' Serving. Lake Region ?j Aft.r 5P.M. '! ,Central A/C.. .full year warranty

REDUCED. to 43000. 2tchg 4/14 (904))684-6174 t K.yston. Height !I IiL : Mel rote. Completely RecondillonecTJohn ; '.

Licenced t> !InsuredINSURANCE! .j 475.1570FOR D. '
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SERVICES ESTATE t SALESSmall
j HOGS FOR low
PAY CASHi For your MAINES INSURANCE AOINCYt with six pig weighs, 200
used mobile home. Ray AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY, I LOOKING POE a speclol 160 S, loko Ave., Lok. pounds, also sow who will FOR SALE Pressure'' ,
E. Powell 496-3377. TEN 1/27. AND SATURDAY* 7:30 p.m. piece of property If 1. ,Kutler. 496-3978. Complete farrow In approximately WaShing'
In Macclenny. Florida. don't hove It, I'll find It-Just Insurance Service. TFN three week, Phon.496.3332.ttchg Mobile Homes .
Hauler and auy.rsw.lcom. ok....JANE S. USHER + .
/7. Houses
Stucco etc
WANTIDi Middle aged : .. Call 239-2425 or REALTOR 496-2126 or CALADIUM BULBSi 30 cent ,
REALTORS f.mal.to h.lp clean haul. 259-4471 for more Informa 496-2903 .vos.. "Your FOR RENT7YPEWrTTERS TWO 'BOAT MOTORS and each or $3 per dozen, 473-4165
USHERYour and willing to drive on lion. 4tchg beg. 2/24. Union County Realtor/ tin trailer Phono 4962842. large .1 gallon Llgustrum Free
Estimates
JANES. trip. Non-smoker and YARD WORK DONE CleanIng 3/26. AND AD. Itchg 47.TRAVEL t,,50. SlIv.r Cellar
non-drinker. Call 496-3916.: and mowing, reasonable i: ; DING MACHINE. "FOE TRAILER 20 year Eucalyptus Trees S7.SO.
Union County Realtor 3/31 2tchg 4/07 rates. Also buy Aluminium RENT Union County Times 'old, fair condltlon-S87S. Contrary Mary' Garden ..sub.crib. Today; )'
496-2126 or 496-2903 cons, bras and cooper. Call Subscribe' 8$ $'fI. 2nd ....."..; Lok<< Walking tractor. 2 wheel St. Rd. 121. LaCrosse., UNION
COUNTY .
L.roy Slalv.y. 4962773. Butler. Phono 496-2261 for. good condition. '27. Phone Phone 462.1561. Closed .t.
360 W.Moln St., Lako SutlerFront Independent ".."' ,21P
va, 4 Q 31ua a "..R.,,19{'::(!'f,tM'f'>"hew s' Su .
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"MOO-I7S Aci.. Ne union County j No..lob too big.'too _II. T-------------I 800 square I For Sale 'mu.-' -.. aHOTnW
Very attractli farming orea. High Quality Work at Business Opportunity ... Joel for additional 'lnlor 3 8*Concrot. Block :
,, 4 a*. 2 BA Cent M/A on 1 Ac.. Reasonable. Prices. i Convenience Store With Co motion call 496-2261.: TFN') Immed In,brkk. locatedut If the shoedoesn't :
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1V4 10 Aero Ho_. *. Ow. Plnonced. TRAILER FOR RENTl
497.1064Brinc. For Leas 720 NE 3rd. St. near .
IS Ac.. woodod. Owner Plnoncod. ,-, Available altar,April |)3, 9 ..
J !'/ 3 Ac.... Ow..., flnonco. No down pmt. bedroom and 1/2'bo.h.,
; 2 BRU'KH'
: 10.5 Ac... Wooded fenced, cross-fenced. Meal | Need _.111''" dealer with strong morketing. skills.. control heat and' air :I'mil. one-irxir. Living room:, fit
= homesHo. Pin. avail. of, Lok. Butler :
Jon. Store currently company operated. 't;' out 13'x2O'; dining roan
2 Bdrm. MH with one acre. Financed. Small downS | Capital required for grocery Inventory. .*' Call 496-3018 or: 496-3987.,: ir. Itch.... )Wxirt, ,
i payment and assum. martg.I Land Fill No good will or franchise fee.. Hjgh volume location) Itpd 331.'TRAILER d." ff with fireplace.W .
Nice large lot In attractive Hampton Oaks off US SOI j .Install new septic tank. _- I.tlfTlfc t.Sv..l' blfa. _L. POR RENTr 12X60; /'
hardwood
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I > all electric, furnished. 2 .sell
South. ClIf1fCollecf: : ,
Repair drain IIn.. t Filter q i\'I" floor I./6 acre of land.George itt
Mil MH. 3 BR. 2 BA. looks brand now. Small down j bed. '/.' 1:':%.necfCode:: : 1(3870.3030I ( .:." bedroom. 2 bath washerand Langley ,. "
}. 2-Story House-4 ... 2 BA. Price reduced. Make offer. I ,," ,it dryer shady lot. i -
Pump Septic tanks ,, .
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1 A e Phone 4962842. I Ichg./7. 'r"
30-90 Ac. '.rm. Many Possibilities. R.duc.d.V.ry Pumping Hook-up -.--. ,
:; attractive 3 BR, 2 BA home on I Ac. In town.. | Repair ----, :" .

S G *Owner PmHA may Houses finance.for Sale.; 275-217 tark dJr RJHJ) 'Call 964-6305; ;'' ;

House on smell form In Providence. PERSONAL''SERVICES PERSONAL, e

r *_Hog Perm.i .. "_J.j ,, I; ., h_ SERVICES for..ari art. lY.9.r: size 'I. '
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I ',TRUCKS WILL COM TO YOUR HOME BRADFORD SEPTIC: SERVICEl;'

I PIONEERELECTRIC FOR RENT FOR RENT THRCI It 60M*>nd iaWluI f Inlshad n"u om ".r for hair cuts prof..lanaporm... washo.\ and col*, Residential pump-.uts, 1JNO
drain
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CO.Trailer opT"; : Lights ond"h-' '77 MONTI''CARLOI Need Call for freeestimates MOBILE HOME
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Iin..964.8121, 11/18 tfn
water-ftxilUoed1.''SlotfplJ+ 1 sen ei$i truelr*, prlco c:
reasonable SIByiCE fJJtfi t '
Pol. Special KENT A NEW BALDWIN FURNISHED APARTMENT Call J.D. !lENt TO OWN> Office fur- f.ll.O \
200AMP-$250 PIANO for your child only Three room and .both $$50ecurtty. r4fp.Us.964.8070. oj reunite..jMOPtlvMv: 964..8230.. I tpd 4/07 rate.. 964.7970; Kar.n. nltijre. typewriter, i oft t ; awii* .....ti...lt I tilt51.3 BRe t BA,,
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small 4/ '- 4/O7 4tchg 4/28 :calculator and one heavy homo ae 'tk. ...,.
I Delivered AnywhereIn $22.50/mo., plus Newly redecorated. i H4> ((4x4 WILLYS PICKUPS All YOU IN n.sd'of 160,00 ""
Bradford County moving chorga.AII rent Utilities furnished. Private Coon rubber now broke.. nurt. duty 'copying machine I CH/A.S34.MO rHhfoeflnanclngovolloMcv ,
: .. Ing companlng for someone 'ovalla/ I.. Or rent monthtd 200+ + *MF
CARS oV"TRUCKS' .
1323065WE and moving opplla to pur- entrance. Prefer onereliable ::'a1.rRad.= J800.M In homo '
middle 64485O4..401top. your or month. Come by today, 250.00 I 1 1 IRA FAULKNER REALTY
chase. Parromoro Music ago workIng -
; family Call Louise Monroe ;THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W.
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Oak Mall Gainesville. Phona "H,?* .1 I -i fM-SOM
person. y i if l' after Si3O '
CAN REPAIR n ovenlng
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I 3783626. 11/11 tin 9,...,.,... 3/24 tfn 1971"FORD'-TORINON, ,R'4fl. MuIlAN"" f Wrecked on 960t.46.0.07. 4tchg 4/28 .
OR OVERHAUl MY Subscribe Today I ROOMMATE TO SHARE EXPENSES good.,'iATtfAOeBy-Xoll, :, I'flh'jia' / qqt., and' near .AoYSITTINOf Man. Fr,., -WANT TO DRINK M',
MAX Oft MODELLAWWnOWDl RENT TO OWN or rent $133 monthly. All. /82.362A.VMQ.; 4/0> '1 y13)3-L2i36. 964-9136 of day. or., evenings: Dee THATS YOUR BUSINESS

month to month. Office utilities Included. Call 74 i tDODGS PICKUPj.nV/ .t r ItpdQM Traitor Park, 9648608.. WANT TO STOPT.THATS .'-', ..". ,
Furnlturo, Typewriter 9646238. Itchg 4/07 $400 1 toko It. \1947713, 1 +> bWNERi 74' DodgeCirafiet 4/07ltefig> OURS
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TUEX. Calculator Alto hove 2 BR DUPLEX Stove, './07''tchg lO wjJ Statlonwaoon, 319engr SILL'S SAW SHOPI Complete Alcoholics Anonymov, c. & C'
73 CHEVY CAPRICE ESTAW _. ;3ZO00orlglnol mil... i ervlce, clrculo .. MiotStor
OR heavy duty copying refrigerator. $175 month horpenlng '.. ..10 964I4S4MM94 ge
EDGER tatkMtwogont-.'64 Cadillac "baggage rack, no rust, likenew. hand carbldscholn,
machine for r.nt. THE OFFICE $100 security deposit. No flow' '
CHADISAW.STARKE ,, SHOP. 110 W. Call St., pot, and reference*. ".dr !hardtop; 79 DS8OSusukl $7.000' 468-27SO 'mower blade hollow ALANON Renting, 'j
I Stnrko..964-S764. Hn 960t.7188.07 Itchg dirt bike; and ,.tfQmpt"" nl""pd". ,. 'ground and bulanc.d.Loava FAMILY GROUP'/' Our Grand
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MOBILE HOMES Two SMAll HOUSE Apt. lumlsh.ed. AM/FM Hitachi car stereo "' at Jackson Building *64-e2l 9
POWER with two speakers. 'ColtKenneth PERSONAL Supply In Sta..... Keystone It/25 13tpdEXPERIENCED ,
EQUIPMENTSMALL b.droom. 964-S26I or no pot, adult only. Crtder 'at' Month12: off
Heights or lake Butlerj.
PAINTEIl
ENGINE 964-6112. 2/17 tin 960t.TI07.07 Itpd 964-5826 before 3:30 or SERVICES, TFNchg 6x12 '
Neat work Ix12'1o 12'
Subscribe Today I FURNISHED DUPLEX Throe Interior or exterior 12x18i f.
SALES& SERVICE 5:30. Itchg MACHINES ,
9604.5822.aflor SSWINO
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Lawn Mower RENT TO OWNS Or rent room and bath. No 4/07 T. WILL SIT "wltH ..Idorlypo;" REPAIRED All make n .stimot.s.ISasenobl. with "Inquire,i at Suzuki-Kliwasakl of Starkt; '
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month to month. Officefurniture children, No Phon. son days. 96460311(07 .
Chain Saw pola. 72 CHEVROLET Kinowood'bioi. cleaned/ oiledand aduted. '
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good reference Call HwY '. H4-IOr .
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typewriter 960t.5.u.oI.07 tfn
run good. : 's IS. Work .
Wagon STIli be ,| ,. ....1177. tpd 4/07
JERRY Will working
322 S. Walnut calculator Havo ana FARM HOUSE on Grill |lob layoff forces sale$600 guaranteed. JamotStrickland HANDVMAMl .'Odd fob
heavy duty copying loop. ..u.a237.07 1 Itchg Go 16 west off 3O1. ga to at Family Hair Designer, corner Morgan around me house. Sticking I
t (cast to Roslos'sNuroery machine avail obi.. THE 3 BR HOUSE $250 month, 233 Morgan Rd., turn east \oil>> day on Thursday,call. Rd. and Hwy. 16..TFNchg door*, .window lock ; ... .. ,
,S ) OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. Call call altef Thursday green daublwldo In Iron 904-7303 for appointment.4O7 CHAIN LINK FENCES .....loU.od. changed; alt ef "
((90.)'.. .KI_ St.. Starke. 964-3764. tin 960t.782.07 Itchg of. Olln ....... Itpd' 4/07, 'WILL DO Itchg IRONING f 1, ti:M V conN: Free estimates Handy 'general! household type.repair PINE'FOREST:'
J.\i./ // Mon ponce' Co., owner '
.. Free estimate PhonoStorke
v -** - - Item, call 96 -4273. .
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,Tommy Reddish. 964 8539 APARTMENTS
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Rentto Own. REPAIR Call AND: SONS\ ,ELICTRONtCS 1.2 A a Bwltvom. A.ts.;. I
.. 'V Acut.fSALE" the Office* Shop T10 \W: i Sale and: Sarvlcej -, From ,!1M" M 429.r.: ., ;
Call St., Siorke,,fordetails., Now open., North r ,
or rent from month -; 964-5764. tfn Temple' Av.nu. beside. l
GLASS CUT fO ORDERt 'Br.m.1I..toura..I, iris): :::530w .... r
NEW & USED Doors windows, etc. ,964-4716. 18 veer. experience 'S31 I"
to month JACKSON BUILCINO SUPP- 1 In Electronic ---s Phelll,9 "
We Finance bur,Own', LY. 964.6078. Order alsotaken. 3/3t tin : '.' '
I = _= OFFICE FURNITURE KIRBVftWL I In Lako Butler CRAWFORD Repair. BROTf1ERSs We : .; f";

ROY AlaS *,"''vy; 496-3079 and Keystone build "'houses,. fireplace' ;

TYPEWRITERS/ EUREK.tIfJ 4,' ,Height' 473-4973.3/26 tfn ,borbeoue* pit/;' patios, ., + ., .,
HOOVJ5il) ', AMH.r HAIRDSSIGNEES' lldewaWi. ,You\,Nome '1. 't .t

CALCULATORS' ELECI'ROLuX'".. ':: Call 7B2-324. moving back .J\y rK1 '
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Oct PO.'iAu'Oa4! >'t SHASTA TRAVU.TIUUUBi ,lAIyama, WANTBTM '/Feel! .. .. ,_ I ((
0It pin.I ,.4...'*.length :24" 'a'Ar $ 000. good. second. '490. ,*' ,IntellloenK ,4 ........io.Id... .MWNUfminimum D'Pal i'J.i "r11ii1 .Raalner for font Call at'. low TRUCK MECHANIC' to help CRUISE $HN>poi irwff'Iii; ruillit gar. .
( price. 1cord: |30, ;Center. Call 944-6210.. 'Want maHira. lilgh\ ,dhaof j i\. !sWeS1tI""t,raees4 Temple maintain mall lleet of .
"stow 1/pthingftore with, .... 911..OWIf. come potential. All occupation
( crap1 "firewood. oak or 4/07 1chg'SECTIONAL can bobvKlt 'In our I ,Motel "357.. tractor trailer Muf be
$10 truckkMra. Sun.. = .lnv!*'tm.n'. .." able *. For Information
pin SOFAi $39, 3 ,or 3"evening* a.; Meal to rebuild angina coil REALTY
(312) 741.9700Bur.
thins, Acre, We t 16 Call, Swivel Rackac, $5. week for U cm hour. No' ,,for, ,Man end wHe. ntAN MOBIU HOMES for ,transmissions. and rear
94-7699, We .toad(or Will train.Mply to ,. O. 6 W. Clowto need. not 313O. 4/07 3tpd 414WORK A I
you %...561. W.A, Stern.'4OT.Itpd Nt tchedula.Call 944-4633 ant Ineitpelenced ap
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'between 9-30 a.m. to 2.30 during the day ok for ;, Stork ( oB.1323. ply. Must have'' tool'Call
p.m. Mon-Pr 13/16 Hn.ABBITS 10/07 tfn. < 9641-611,19.3/31, 2tchg 4/O7 available. Substantial earnlng 9647776MW
motor1 and trallar. tlobbl. 4/CTI
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$900.. A/07 2tpd, AXLES TWtti' 2 axle* ff-- 4, 1 M. LEGAL' SECRETARY
brooding and meat) .t3H7\9. Kent to Own p.>> rantifwrnlrur North''Walnut Street. Call for law firm In Starke. perience. Call (312): } $ECEUITUWILUUR I
Lawrence Mang mtt ,,/,.. fires. .. Wa ptek-upv $1001 ''mGftttI" ...,..,;,onth\( Office: 9648931. 3/31: 2tchg 4/07 741-9760, Dept.2120 for in 205 H., Temple, StarktfWe
.... ell 1 It 76 STARCRAFTMOTORHOMRi You deliver' '141. Olln: Word processing. experience n
.th.tort.*( US-S01, *): tyaewrltan, bedroom 1 Send formation. 4/07.2t..- 4/14
......,,1.$. 3/10"4/07 S1..pa 6. Mobile Hometale*, HWy: :cqkulotow" .Awa hava,on/: .IH.WAUXh.3 Stoverefrigerator helpful. i ivIl
WIN AND 'SONS, MSG 'about 34,400 mile $6000. '100 W ........, 464-aoOkV bothVhoute. resume to P.o. Drawer A..

TIONCIt *.!.1\\, ,and Call C. Croft, ,6697. ;' 4/Cf7" :tfchg. "?' < ..!IOPY"'sIw' rent., ,IPO. laundry Starka, Florida 32091. 3/31 Are Your
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CARPRTc 4'roomer"lndooroutdoor WANTEDlOLO TOOLSOWSTANUY ,
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."=<. No |eb toe ""11, Call 'and 13x30.: $401 groan: '9A4-S431. If..... to Spa "" "" ,/3/3F l2': 'Pd liar 4 roughnecks and some field

''''-471'. 3/31 tip r rWO 111'15$25gold' ,':1010. 'a* 4691991.30 tfn MOBILI'HOMIS .QUIIT. NEKWBORMOODJ toff. Mutt train. $20,000plus What can w, do for you and
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HQMI.One acre land'-- 4/07 --or renl month.'to' CHI A. In city.( $330 month. ((312)) 9>>9675. Ext. 2729B oth'r*..nigKbort, friends. local

...... .Garage.utility,shed: month, .OHIa, 'furniture* fOR SALE Call attar 6 p.m. 933-2210. 4/07 4tpd "28 BUY.lovely; :3 bumttt tom.tMng that ittpecficnlly .

porch. B300': month. Call' YARD SALE typewriter..:calculator. .I, .. '" .1 cha .622.11620 AT m-oeee..3/3f., !Ala hove) ana heavy duty ford County Public library. .
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OHM. ( $u N/aARk'sr 10 ..m. til., .Come by today and chocku .New and! Used Mobile, Bookmobile operator polo.fencing. .
,Fawns ;Cad Adult.Donald(Col.or -, ,4 p.m. tots ef clatha* for, ..' out. .THE OFFtCC SHOP, ",Homer:.fqa:,(aloHighway. :Walter.; ", ...! WANTED chauffeur'. licensenecessary. Mail, B .pump S16.SOO power, .*Da jwt Reed i larger ho..?

Bagwoll) after,/5 p.m. 'children and women and 'IKJ ,W/ Call,.st" M45150.'itpd .4/07 ,.other thins. Itpd 4/OT .......57... rtn,.' ,to cam. .u4:and broT.uel :" EAt'ESTATE lAllSFIOnBi 30 hour a week Apply In' BANK REPO-1 301. Block *Do you seed a lewnbeu or TU. 7
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box. shots: punat odd \ OR. TRUCKS- raletka 01ar0'4a 25 9371.' unHcamed peraon ERA April' ,* 70 seed a building lot!
;34x34"::; 25 cent each, Used and end*. Edward loot :2' .Running *r,;Nof.Alw-dd '!.>t2s.4652i,03i: :1f11:-: : ;. Faulkner /Raalty, 964-9069. oc. Paved parking. barbershop *Do torn Mat commercial property
In printing newspaper. 'mile aft 301 on Rd. 100. repair for what-have-you. ., tO/3*tmS r CARS ftTRUCKS BEAUTY SHOP, *De need lake property
Great for minor. .repair Thurt,. Fri. and ? overhaul O poelolty. : bMrlaaTedeylBXPIRIINCID skating rink some 'M
Bradford .County1Telegraph Sat70111 Motor| : *Do 'M Beef uiTmtuwBt property ,
lob* 4/07 : .' 964-7970 offer 6 .' ; SAWIRrWanted equlpmont. 128.000.
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.11:. SAT Clothing, books, 4tehg: 4/07, for. expanding .2 BR, 2 BA frame home on Id order
RCONDCnONRD Wli ColvG little bit of everything 712bridge ,AXLRS B. TIRSSt Two axle. '....mlli. Salary '71 CHRYSLER, 73 FORD 2 ac:. CH/A. large porch *Do JOB need la eU to pi year estate
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or* starting at (100,00, 904372-9969.. WAGON. -4B PONTIAC) *.Do fan seed la exchange preperUntWt
St:4/07 Itchg and four. tire, Highest MIMOSA, MANOR MOBH.BNOMB 'negotlaMa. utility room area. Ha e>cIro
5 "......-."'*wokorn. "hang. THURS.. a UK,/9.AMi Baby.* price paid. Green'' ':'PARK, Mobllas 'Mull.. have ralerenca Small V8 angina septic tank power

964-W12. 6/11 tin ,clothe*, up to 2 year and ,Welding Shop. '301 South. home*and pace for rent. 3/24 4tchg 4/14 Automatic tranfmlnlon. pole for _II.... 0,000. MM M4 fltttt toting that am hum had In
i CAMS '.$1oevTRUCKI'$711Avallabl. : ,other now, item: 383W, Starko. Fl. %-1007/07 ..RecNatlonoL..yeliiCleswelcome / ,BB' YOUR OWN BOSS I Work 'All three run good." Your .3 BN. 2 !BA C/$with large 10.eem W. urt merely blessed fa this ana, in
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at local govt.solos. Washington Orv Call ,'{reluhdable FRI. B SAT.,APRIL Bth B tilt, BLACK AND WWTB OR COLOR *. "'9/1t trrr"y '_ ', ,- pertancav, Over $90O per 3/34 tfn lam, water.laltnar Mat primes mn. Halt In Uu naUM
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:312-931-9337., !xt.,2729. B. cell., ; .. wk..plui poMlbla. No tale 1974 CHEW WAGONS 4 cyf. *to growing
9 AM 8 Flits Portable crib. TV to repair;Buy. MOMU'HOMM B1NT :: Get 11IM the ground
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., for your directory on.how hl-cholr. caro1.. walker. or .........Hetkan and. Sons .to.One I mile. from Srorke, city required.' Call 2-doorrolr; Conde lonheat.Automatic $5S.OOO.(904)7B23t 31 ..III" area growing Hotel htMmtt ItBUI
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4/28 Mrawer "bor'.erods.daubl.. for Information,3/31 tin. .3/24 4tpd 414WELDING and radio. Run good Mat Ole were later:
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ltT4 bad .. : great mileage.$700. Call. tea mold ACM done AM or tea year a
carpet vacuumcleaner ..
4 new,tire*. flow* tondltfon. : -- WILt'cOME .. 964-7909. !/3) tfit H1 Uortey modest bsw.Qwrat.rdi *teen muUpnbablH M
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.$750. ,*....201.:.4/(11 Ian, pot end dlhejtooli FOR proleulonal perm*.; perM two or ArM tint* m. much today
pan, .
Itpd *, bed spreads......l.,i hair cut, washes A coldrIng. ><': : R? ABLE Bndtord Comfy. Chw CMMdh mild InfanCbanfy
D.W..MOMU MOM OIl" boat wide variety a/ interesting rest.sseb
CB !'Odlo.-.I more. 7'-*' Call tar' -fraaeitlmate a
': aero. .A/C... C/H. 3.$ .52 mile south of ,....... 'onRd. *.. Reasonable : within M.
bother closedIn. on .,100 on .left;4/07 Itpd) rote '96+7970t. ',.,oron. ; Longchamp Homes, Inc.. mmlct your MOM now! TenclUtfar Rtmttt mill
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964-5839./07 4tpd 4/28! .00000000T'" play for'wed* : <:Fill DirtnWumakl AWM
TtAIUUf In country;]mite t 'LANO 'ding April 16,. 1963 at 2 Also i i
OtnVntc...". hode:all FOR SALE 'call 9601-853"01', : ,'Rates : t 1 k
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BUILDtNO lOTSf Water. ONE ACRElOTl Facing$JR-16 LOST/FOUND'' .' For Us For Sale By Owner

sower.:. ga* .acco *: paved. w. Septic tank fight pale, : :,u 40-1455 Hampton, ,,
_*troet*....nice.WIvI.lon., ,well ,mttalled.. Selling'. v i 139 Acre Ranch

$7.800 up.9644633.after 5 price":$6IOOJ $500 ctoWn., .fOUNOl A Great Place,M: At ,the Fair !
'p.m...., .I.5-.t! 2tchg ",$83.9B truth, at 19X Interest .-. tent( Office. Furnltq''ond : ;t GaainesyilleiSun: Largo brick homo, corall. ,fish ponds.

4/14 .* f. i ,for UJ'yeor* : Phy ; :Equipment<< lent bowl or ;; M you are thinking about building a NEW HOME or Small river will dlvl.... Financing available.

TRACTORFOMAUtt Money t 964.8606:9/R4.tFr.r'AtJlAC1411caTaaSo : : ,mantrT to -'hhot1, ; mite;; : Carrier \ 'went mere Information 'bout,, out' home. ,farp.9SPl.L11T1e I Sts Rd. 11. Graham. Fla. 32042.x.. ., '" ..

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--94,195&.4/0711I404' .*j, $16.000 $1IXIIJdown.$223 HACK, 'PICKANttlll( 290araa .:i \ '"A ). ,

''!f.taiL CARRIER rack for bock! per month at 13X IntenMt.. <, .Cht Idr.n'e" ,p*'. :rFf';5taiki.ltemptonK: ; stone : Oon forget to ae our tlldprexnfoMon .
trovol'fralUx, 64-5137, ,
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Ph.9\W-5606'I/24 thv. TAniMt ? showing the quality thatgoi BRADFORD Ft.
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'UTILITY TRAILER $190. call i' 10 ACRES eat of Stark, LOTs Fluffy.solid: whilemale ..IMV.ro".a.I.'car and! port c..h. bond. Into every tonoenamp Home LIMERICK _Wor.hous..Dr.I..1Ieck .
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.. ready to "build; Good farm it.) 1/2 mile.east of Bradford South Walnut' :Street. Starko, Florida., Tell '... 1..2-. ..... .......Send area leading dock. 100 ft.

COUNTRY CLUB land. $23.900( ,%43036.. Hospital. 933-2210 904-3170 Eric Celts 378-1416 Lec.1: tu-68U .Top Sell Scrap Bark off US-MI North. j jltmereck i

: Building/ over. 1 a re. I 3124.tpd 414Classified after t D."'..4/07 slog Call 964.5294 I t

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(IB.' C J I ,APPLIANCE" u........ Bearded REPAIR. .BRADFORD.COUNTY .. beautiful landmark i4.Home' 0.t1iircopad on From.5 16500.' 1OT/ fron't6g Hill

', .4HMIO* FARM 1 Uw" Bale .*..-.. $7KBVtTONI ..sLIGRAf lot-.-. ..-.r '11A-'AU.KNlIl REALTY KENNEfcTf St tl

.. ,boric On Crawford;with. Rood Cedar- 90>" ; \.. .. ;\8!84-63QS, IRA I'\ r Appliance DOGREMEptESMlMyniMM

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: .. ,*.*>*069 m highway. Special, for Don Hill. Ownor
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Great location 0 ; 61"V 'LD
.aW< iWea'aprde* .: ., : | frontage on ; 'ot ..........01.,. :6 Starko. FloridaFLORILAND
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; a bulkUs! ocIte. building. I1990O, 41.31 l' aero*.ideal Wj:[ ....camp.Ing .I Il 393 N. Tamplo Av.. Stark. tare.|M o Mtf truf wwMMas II

': FAU4KNIR IAl.iY"" IRA FAULKNER REALTY' TWO BEDROOM ? or trailer. Excellent. oecaw. TRIPL47' : u''::, ', 1q F ieHIND Ann Vemla .. Odom Broker Gift. Lake Butter Firm 3

aRA 944-W4* i iI Bs'f E l'' bath .mobile ,home: ., A.trge'itmbe'corer. .Good Income,>ep r) d. 1"s ...lewIde Mobile Nanowjth' J. P. Odom. Jr. A. oclote SR 121 > Lake Bu"" j

Recently. remodeled.." this :,tract. AH utU \M.snllO.iIO.ihtail Ow nerwilI finance; withveer.flexlblA ; build-on; plus 496-3921 I
Goad .location, .. approxlmotery .WORTH A SBCONO LOOK ....
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t. wi11$1'lpfpfierpm. BEAUTIFUL 'BRA PAIHXMR. RIAiTVtMEtMME 41 FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAUIKNER REALTY .. SURPRISED with.. **.y.,. foot ce.t.FR1CI .
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irHa*., I .paved rood. t13.2IIO.. on [B } BR, A/H. Nice Neighborhood.
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'. ng. lakeJHa 1, bedreem I ...,... .6$ Acre B.it Are*. Fast Rotary
enter 2 Me* how fornlhd Fused road frgi.tugs H.000 l t."*llent
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n mobile home.con': ..wnaculalabaairllMattrng. '........
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are the Senior and Junior,winnfirtf In red. ,.># ,IL: ' tho 4-H competition tU ycar,,.t x?U. Nlll chIy CI1tMat' fYgWrtrtY 1."htWo"- '
Bradford County Fair. blue! Bryan King -' hrdj' "; Center' lisa
Annette won her Bat OveraU prize! ,/Motley ..//uso. /
,for a lovable baby doll she constructed Fre...e4. Planers Junldrs ,'Chrltty Redding (
In her time after school; rod) SuMn.I*ewfllt'-',1 Whlret. Biyon ::
".took a lot of time but It eras worthIt Kind''white: Darlene ....,-bluer Seniors ( i :

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win anything. Its a supriee me. --t
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Anita, surely one of the youngest ": :
contestants ever entered In the Fair, : bluer, Rhonda AK/arei. blue. 1i," i t ,;
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sewed herself a Susqr P uijh; -
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beautiful new dress and it won her the white: ArUta.Black ".d. ,senior, ,...,., ,I, .
Best Overall prize In the Jr. division. Block. bl..... in ,tylt.s'1

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v t rra ,':A4 did most of the work myself,'; Anita rd ..... .
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rtl BAKED PttODUCTS.v I: Benson -red:; Susan Peugh -'red;,Tammy { yt
Joe Tatum bluer Jason Howard blue i :1'
Cooklosi (Jr.) Tonya Ann Totem while
+ Cakes atalni Amy Titan Wuo'' i '. ,, ,. Bruce Howard- blue. ,
Ceko.. teadi SI.......... King red.'VCakes. Table Ap sebMmeeNs.mercy: aolkcom. ,iryy, {t tt
dccoratedi Anita Black- >.*;. 'redMI.ceileas. ty.Jrtptriett .
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Amy Blackblue, .: :: .
Strickland ,red Susan whlta
Jo 'Tatum blue ; Paugh ; )
Pleas Tammy ; penny
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Stalnakor blue ', };JT Sonnla B.sac* blue Tammy Solkcamwhlrai .

Mufflers Tanya Ann T....... .......%' Sam Morris--white;'John'Rakhort-,
f fr CANNCO PRODUCTS ,'.'.. 'whlte. ; Leslie. Trawall- blua.'HOimcUITUM', ." '

Marmalade Jeers Amy Tl.on. "-. Wile, ': -.<.
Stephanie King blue ''" .......80..ring ........,Plants.,"MelissaMaywhite.

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.Dress or.........Sony-red Christy Rod. ,Hanflnsj Sasltati ..- faugh'*.'Whlte-
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white ,trap.< Susan Paugh :blue; SannloSarvenblua <
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+ HOUSEHOLD ART Darlena' Saay rod, '.' "" THE: BODY
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1 t ; __ rod; Christy Redding whltai, Jill Susan,Peugh -.whlte'' ,-. .. I
IJr Strickland white; Terry'(Whitehead lecreaHoni; ;Junior: -Linda" Mormon FITNESS: I
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Moody white;;Tommy ; Roarka white >
tl I aI f Leslie Trowall whlta: Anita Black white: Weadworklagi Junior ........ Benson ,. C ,M" 21 'N. id .YsTGNE HEIGHTS'Ii' 473.458Ar I. ,

iAnita Jason Howard. white: Rhonda Alvarez whiter Susan Paugh while, ; Bryon,Kingwhite. = ;;{ I Children:;;&, Adult
blua. Senior Amy Black white!'Tammy Senior Mike Roarka' reds tennis ; .
Moody white;'Annette Balkeomwhite; Norman blue; Ken .Howard ...rad.1.1, ",. '. "" ,YOGA BALLET CLASSES4'y.drs !
Donna Moody white; Kim,.Wh ..:-' Prelect. of MerIts Junlar"SUICIII gh", \ -' :
white. '" .v..lA white; ....11. Trowell rod. ; Bryon King, ,. : i UP a
Black DecercrnVe .PIllow or Stuffed Anksseb' red. Senior -" Annette Bolkcomi';best"trverall' r' Ex.rca. Equipment' ,- Classes '
Susan Peughwhlt..; Tommy Solkcon.. bluar Mlk Roarka*whrteJ., ,
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Student Division Winners ....;. : ,'I" : ) ,
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Fo..r.' blue: Harold Moyben red l; Junior "' Nipper, whlto; David Slicox. whites' "Ronnla ,: t i' .. .. '"
Prescott red: Lonnle Tetttone, blue;.,. Sway blue; Sherry Carter whltai Dan ., ,, c ,, '" J: i
(From Page 8B) Sieve Nipper. rod; Molina Hltlop white;:; ny Wilker.white; (Kelly Dyal rod, .- -- .. L .&II ,

Fronkle Rizer-whit., Jason Hughei-whlte, Robbla! Grey red: Sherry Carters whlta: >J.. ,', .
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Alex Porter-red Passion Wlnw-whlte, Sarah Douglas, whit.; Lonnla Tatctona, MISCtUANfOUS (", "
John Robblnt'whlte. R.na Akart>whlte, red. '?, ARTS a CRAFTS

Nlklta Reeca-whlla, Klmberly Wall-whlt., SENIORS Sam Tyson, Jr.. chalk postal, .
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Wllllngham-whlte, Karrla Foiter-whlte, SENIORS (SHS) Ginger Manning bowl blue; Sam Tyson, Jr.. '''''''I.; Ela ,. '
Chad Welch-white Arthur Burch-r.d, Sally red: Richard Grllflt!.; houte, blOIMENnoNALOIJlC1S'. Howard. 'I>' ,. "': -j\\ \ i .
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Anderton blu.; Br.nda Grlffls, -whltet' Jr., basket, red; Cheryl Keedwell basket Johnson rod; John Clammomi, red; Shansr '" \ d. ,
K.n Crawford white: Scotty Andert, blue. Martin' rod: Rkhlo Taylor,red; Chris Durban I .. .t '
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JUNIORS Benjamin Hankerton blu.; ILIMINTARVt Robert ; bluou '
ELEMENTARY Junior Prescott, whlta Rabbi. Cray blue; Sarah Douglas blue;, \
Chris Durban blu.; Tangela Pittman, ; Still ;SI'II *E..O.I .
Sh.rrl Carter whlta; Harold Moyben, Penny Roe blue; Danny Wllkerson red; ..J. '
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Stokei, red; Rabbi. Grey blu.; Robert .whlta: Lonnla Tetstona, whlta; Robert W. w"1IcIIri- -.oM'" .i"'d
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Choitatn ; Kelly Dyal ; Lucille FIR. ...,.

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'Graham Invited to INSERS.u ; '.

Blanding in April & '
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Plans for Governor Graham to paya
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changed.The 4962200'Quilting : ..- .' ,
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visit the Camp In April, possibly on Crochet Classes : ., ,
the 29th, to review and conduct the ..9' .,'& ,
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Maxie Carter Jr. ArenttWhatTheyrUsed'Fo: ; Be e--. : -n '"''"1 V .? '

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been appointed to the Rural Affairs many' Mobil. Home Insurance plan ,.rrly; arevla* very ioeie';; ,:,.: ,' .

Committee of the State Association of covoraga. Nationwide' new Mobil Hofnowori hnsjrane 1.: ', ::.. '. ,, '

County Commissioners. datlgnad 'to glv you broader"vrag for a prlc tfcaf car : LTDsoRD, t' ;

second Commissioner term on the Carter Bradford Is serving County his potltlv with many !... complt pian So.call today. for dt......:? I. ,

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'N'ATIONWIDErAGENT : : : ,". ,

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a EXAMINATION ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. I SYMPTOMS i. ,t:; i j. ,.\..... ... f !' '
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