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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 14, 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 )
 Notes
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
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04309
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Bradford County fair-goers. Some say. rain and fair go together. loci.": '.',' . . . ." "'
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fi| \ Earning that singular honor Is BUS 'School administrators have been
1 'Vjunlor; we, nominated for the 1983-84 term but
Michelle Kimutls; wboi hal Hall HearingSet

r made stralghtrA'* every. ..six-weeks :tail. Supt. Tom -Casey's recommendation :
a},date this school year:' : to award contracts was tabled

\ '.-;, "I Just do my homework,11 Michelle ; : because one person, Charles Hall
says The BUS Junior honors student :j was offered a one-year term and ailother Friday

J tf I is alao a member of the Tornado girl's 4 contractural administrators
F i}track squad. She has done a como, were offered three-year terms.A .
(0 j Jpetttive 2:38: half mile, and run the public hearing is set at 1 p.m. Fri BoardA

; ",mile and two-mile 1,+t"N't day April 15, in the school board Before
( Michelle"getshome from training meeting room In the Administration

3 J' t about five p.m.; eats diner and help Building/ on N. Temple Ave. in Starke hearing before the Bradford

''>with the'dishes. Then she hits-the r i ,on Hall a stjlll 'unresolved grievance school board set for 1 p.m. Friday

f :t book i If there More homework than 41 over his transfer from principal at April 22, for administrator Charles

f i ,she can handle at night; she does. .it. & Lawtey Elementary to assistant principal Hall's grievance over losing the
at Bradford which Hall
High,
; early! the next morning i'4 Lawtey Elementary princlpalship.
considers demotion.
'1{' Fifty more 'BUS students,.'or-live. A new administrative a staffing chart Chairman Rodney Hall (no relation
percent of the student body earned A to Charles Hall) says the school: board
t' was approved Ml by the school board.
\ aU A'* and B's for places on the A-B i Only change approved In the chart is will probably listen, then take the
under advisement until the
: honor roll By grade case
they arer 4 I a fulltime vocational education director
Tallahassee in
>,' Seniors:. 'Lori A., Flynn, Stuart Chairman Rodney Hall said the attorney specializing
Pauley, Mary Louise'Waiterson.K way he reads state law the school education law, C. Graham Carothers
studies the and with
comes a
case
Juniors:: Dennis Dunlap Timothy district' vocational funds could be ,recommendation.Hall up
Gonzalez, Levah Jenkins Steve Marshall ? cut off because there.is no fulltime since
has requested a hearing :
k vocational director. ,
: Sherrl' Norman. Hiram. last April, but on three occasions the '
; 't Padgett.lana Pollard,Mary Richardson -, a Supt.Tom Casey told the board that school: board set hearing was not present -
,1 ,' Emmil Rodgers, Cynthia r months ago; and recommended the
His Gary Moody cited
.. 'I i, S UnderhUl, Darrell ',. J 11; change then but the board demurred. unacceptable attorney time limits to
agJoan,,: "Wise. ; .' Supt. Casey included In the proposed hearings. preparethe

t ; Sophomores Tanja' H: Rlgby--, s'4 principals administrative for Starke chart and Southslde assistant The school board then asked for a
Catherine officer from the Division of
Roach! : Kay Watson: hearing
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," ,Elementary Schools, and said the two
Melanie Wood Administration to hear Hall'sgtievancea.
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,. schools should ,also have guidance .
officer
However the hearing -
<0 ,I Freshmen; Donna Barkers Marsen-; counselors. Because it is unknown

na Brantley,',' Amy Clark, ,Tracie .. .,____ ___,_.___ ____ 'what funding will come out of the new remanded, after it back studying the school the case,
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l Clark;;,, Venus Doughman ,Terri'Fender session of the legislature the board

.i !:'lAuraJ Garcia Griffls;: Alien'., Goths ;ilef Secret Is Homework;... approved the staffing chart minus saying grievance the stage case and Is should still be In heard the :
tales Melissa PoUy, ErlkaGiucn those positions.
Board.
Edward Hall.,James, Hayes? Michelle KImutU had four track' 'm t. last week.'but Ihe Tornado girl's track: leant'with: letters In cross country But Chairman Rodney Hall noted by the school

Robin i Heresy.' ,Lynn' Holtzendorf.. 'she still managed to do titer' homework." Michelle Is.the and trek, le prove..Her. best time In the half-mile Is the board has a committment to come The school board, fearing a pre-
decision has been reluctantto
Karen. ;: Tonja Mc, lol.\d.. only.BUS student to earn atral"1--"'.., fofl the fourth. ZiM: ; She also runs the mile anal two-mile* '' :, .back and approve the ,positions if judicial hear the ?'
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Theresa MCColitLnStacy: Parrlsh.-: """week, and the only BUS student U> ears ralcht-"'.- 1!! '.\ money, becomes available. Supt. case ,
Rita,t RichardBon; Tracy. .T I1"' n. the entire year,' : V j-"f T;?: f' ''I'h,"',*' &r'.>,JMg', ';MC. ** ....,twichelle. .' 'Just. ""does: ,her Casey thinks: the. minimum, administrative Hall's grievance the centers around his '

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A ,. 'w'Y to assistant"princ
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1 *' car"' *> .. .Serei! : ** 'a.._'> F n 9 m ujfi& 'Vn1 t, **vfc* *>4jk'r .CtioiI j counselor.assistant The principal state l.also mandates guidance a also trying to recover 1600 in salary '

: Ve$' :;Fward: TowardDetailed : primary specialist have lost because critical records of the transfer expunged and from to ,

said assistant
Casey
one principaland
the employee file.\ ,
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construction drawing by the cheapest source on'the grid, and for residents who buy electricity. from; :Development 'Authority' representatives one guidance each counselor would to be serve bet A previous school board rejected

R.W.Beck,4: Co., the city's electrical i to sell It excess current to the highest, the city., Starke will be able to buy; ( L.M. Gaines, Gus Kopelousos, halftime If that at Is all the school available."A with prejudice, Hall's petition for a
engineering firm, are the next step In- bidder. power from FPL. purchase less expensive and Bill Wilson agreed to pay the impact ter money the hearing after the failed to show
Starke's move, toward a parallel Interconnection At-present, Starke's only outside nuclear power from,FPL's- fee back in December because half-loaf right now won't do several. times. When Mrs. 'Judy
with Florida Power ft source for.electlcity.is FPL,:: which St.Lucie II nuclear'''power plant once4! ;, they! were scared the$71,170 fee might Job right, the way it should, be done, Becker: replaced Arthur Gasklns on I
said Chairman In to
Lights; ,: ,' :can set it's own price. '? it begins operation; buy and sell' cause the Company to change plans to Hall answer the board, however a 3-2 vote reversed I
"'; Howard Sims,'from the Orlando office Funds from the $3.$ million bond power among several municipal locate in Starke. ,BMS Principal Dewey McKinney who itself. In December Mrs. Becker
1 of R.W.Beck,visited Starke April Issue are in the city's accounts city markets and open new market,such pointed out the positions for assistant Mrs. Patricia Spengler; and Chair-
for the
'i ft and sold city r commissioners on' ,clerk Neil Tucker reported, after the 'as Georgia. i Was told Number\ One engine in principals two elementary man Rodney Hall, rescinded the
been in the
,schools has
: .942,000 of additional work $18,000 to' 'bonds'' were signed AprU 4 in 1 ,j' the power plant Is purring along. Only organizational funded. school board's action in dismissing
chart since\ 197 and
integrate Iowerl cost items lain the ,St.Petersburg. Mayor'Vernon Silcox In other action;'the council: problem hal been a stopped up inter former, never at both Hall's case with prejudice and asked
t contract and 121,000 to study the ef had to sign his name !'8V'esalIIdnd: \ tOI';" according tor Commissioner McKinney principal administrative for the state hearing examiner.
said additional
tests the additional switching equips' 'times. i 'Voted to task ''the Bradford)' Charles Schaefer Utilities .Committee SS and SEt the needed. Since the case has been remanded

. : merit will cause in the city's electrical A second project to improve efficiency Development'Authority to pay the cl-U: chairman. personnel be back, the school: board\ not certainof I
Ted slated the
system to fuses and circuit breakers : of the city sewerage treatment ty $30,000 a* the Initial part of an im-fe." : Oglesby, to vocational its responsibility in the case and

". and improved the efficiency of .the ci- ,plant and to close leaks in sewer lines ,5 pact fee owed by Riverside Uniform f.*... .(old by Commissioner out to director his said office he's at got the It worked vo-tech want guidance from attorney
. ty's totals 1009550. Additionally,there U Rental on Edwards Road and, once'//j.{..1iCbaeferthat! five houses stave been keep Carothers Chairman Rodney Hall
has not
, A June 1,19044Completion date(is set a $497,000 grant from the U.S.t Environmental the business begins full operation. toV;;:i'Started under, the current HUD program center.administrative Supt. Casey yet but changed noted says.

.. for the $1.948,200 project to Install Protection'Agency ,for 'evaluate the amount of waste w tei*g8'i'- and the publl .works. phase is named posts vocational
: witching equipment into the Starke' ,sewer service improvements, for a discharge to determine an addltlonalt,set,for June. when Oglesby tary curriculum & instruction.:
d director there will be chain reac-
power'plant to allow toe city to sell total project of $3.5 million. charge. > .: i .< : a Charles Francis, director of per-
cf ."I feel' this said \ IOn Schaefer's'ei declinedto tion. sonnel and secondary curriculum It
'; current to electricity generating companies With a series agreements signed' can fly" Commls-V.j suggestion, In his previous recommendation,'
r' :. on the; Florida power grid.'It in February 1962,. commissioner stonerCharles Schaefer in presence:; buy into a nuclear' power. plant named Community Education Instruction.
Casey
v .. will enable Starke to buy power,from hope to, obtain longrterm cost benefit. ting the idea to the council.! *;jj caked Stanton;, *- Director David, Smith to, replace Lennard Register director of
,
,'1 .'At''.J+}} operations.
r' and
Oglesby as vo-tech director, Occupational Michael Reddish director of

.t:,' jCpunir \Commission' :Wai :Not : ct..on'J\iobile"H, iiie' Issues :.. Smith's director.post Casey Specialist as community said Henry Wednesday education Greene he to business.Carl Clark coordinator of special


Responding' to a' March 31',:*-3 'tie1 :said Commissioner,p.' W 1 e&., The''proposed' change from 'single:;;! .owns 300 acres ot property west of ,has not decided who will be named to programs.Myrna Lou Rahn coordinator of
;vote by the Zoning'Board In a con' 1 : family residential to RSF-MH re4.. SpeedviUe Road near, Indian Lake, the posts at this time. federal programs.

troversial toning \issue on Speedvllle- Commissioner: Maxle 'Carter,, J"., quested by Courtnay la contested by,' says she plans future development of The administrative line-up the Dolores Morgan director of food
I Road in southeast Bradford County) I suggested appointing; seventh Mrs. Sarah Wood and signers of a. .the site and that a cluster of mobile board approved Monday night is exactly services
the commission refused Monday to member to the Zoning Board before petition ,filed by opposing property ,homes In the area will decrease the the same as present o-
; "take Jurisdiction in the matter. "11'.' Its next meeting IJI'; order to. avoid owners In the area. Mrs. Wood, who' value of her property, ,.Lucille.Payne,director of elemenIStrjawbepry (See Adm. Staff... P.12A'

.1,;,not" 'the,' ._board's, decision. to make,",' another tie vote. t .
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. :'h'r'1. .)"':, I. \t Price : 'War\ Raging; Locallyt ,

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[ !. : 4 't!'strawbarry war i Is raging.. f! if; >lyiiddley.: not taking" sides,, ''and are '"It won' be>one of the good) years," ,

Id,"e' ." ,..,., : A'meeting of the Market Advisory:if I *hopeful some of the problems can be' says Luther Milliard,who has 12 acres
\ .i'' .. 'Committee is set at 7 p.m.*tonight i.I.M worked out. ,in the Lawtey area. It'* too early to
r:<.. n r \ (.'J'I\ul'lldlty.Aprll,14)\ ; IIIthe'offlce of J P,',.v.'H'g: Just a messed tap year," says tell whether growers will, make

, I ,. ;' ry Market Manager/ Bob Allen for an ate;;'>, .:Sandra Norman. She.and husband money or lose, Hilliard says. "L''k
" ,.'." : .' tempt to work" out some of the pro.}',;tL.MJBuddY;: ) Norman grow some 25 [Letting David Wainwright have'the
'" ,blems., 'f, acres ot berries and own Norman's market was 'the wrong thing to do,"
i ; Jf: ." '-' ( !produce on N. Temple AVo. in Starke. Hlltiard says It would be OK if Wainwright -
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I'''''. ". r .. S 't a1i' Tain7plus"thU";week'. ,''i.; ; ;over Easter weekend local growers would sell Bradford berriea.k.

Aar. t. Tine spring sun caused the first peak:: ;were trying to hold the retail price at Wainwright counters that if local

t' aka iif/Y', \$ ., r ''I ,crop'M strawberries ta take on too, I ft, but David Wainwright brut in growers would ell him berries at the
k'.:" \ I' ,\. ., 11Io14 Mead 'WI\Ieb'wat_ and bUsleir;' Plant City berries and cut to same pric he can get them In Plant
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.fir ,' \.., ""' ....,<. f ,14'1. I.\:.\; .', ',, ., ,Crowet's,f+sry'' they'rs.?having to''1 some day-old berries at $4?:: but the l to deal/ at home*,.
.'v-' V' ? ,c .: "J." TT1- .. leave at least haK the crop in the field,! *.--. .retail price is staying right at$s. 'w athei-' conditions and the state
t Price, ,took,' the.)'I '.On the optimistic side are
VI Mini, '. ; problems plague growers '
market the1
: 1 price Is what has
: ; eY ,t' wr berry' crop.'.Pla .t'City'. much.Ixemiao \i i.hoping the peak of Plans City l berries' .price.down .here pulled A 3
Walnwright
,'1 ; : 'w.\::; ,t ;/arIIIIC" : 'lat, '*L'vriliirais!' within a week and the price fwiH Local ,> says.
unseiaba le ccoldaas grower; he are to
of ,rise t says trying
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.". ," )" I .Plan City' ber;' will improvetthee qualtt keep price a or two higher;
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,. 1983 Strawberry; rise oomtal Intorhe area has lowered'i .;berries.\ Even berries\ picked Wednes-f., artificially: : : ,

,: .I.. 'f ::.ii<< ,, : 4' Golf 'Action... the prt is! here BboMtW per flat | ;day morning wereof. ,better,quality,.)' !"You wouldn't believe the berries.says. ,". t.
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:.. / ', 'MrV Norman aid" ''T County Agent Bobby Taylor: In
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'I. '. .'. flrlDMlll. IfftaiarkW; ; ttto 1.\\ 'oJ "IJ,>?owrestr i have live wtttt. 'the h, berriitfar full ap' Leon Starling's field pickers get a flat
-ti of
<.." '. ,( "' (', '''''..' .' "1'' i1MaWg# 'ePSlttrasslaesi:' tistl# sMf .ral' ,-they as*battling to selteI the of berries every six or eight feet. :
:>, :"'" ,., 'i'J." .,.... 'Mold at. tlsoditsekn'i 7d I :I I wftHfn lG1m"oUom- Ii' i the rain,making them unto : i Plant City la kind of peaking when

.. :" ) .\ d..1 ,..1/1st'l/./., ..irg,1atarrvit'( .s 1ij slratg. t.i .:... M iS::'wlilcJl** 'c h5l!! hF\:;'Ii'l\ I toftndc'IWnaloomile Bradford berries are just coming la. L 8tg Berry.!.'

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( ;; IIIJImIIIG f r and theY"" guard they ; 1f'ttie'weattter "stays" cool enough
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.. Gakaasvifee'addt8erisits : of their customer::, ,and the berries last longer
.. ,....1AII ..... H&IIa! "rale4ha' I "alii tar IIn& BMdford' growers on tea kJcaIlt8tM..|1,1, i \ own up top .e.. I,local growers could salvage\ some almost ,half av pound.sayv Linda '
..... =....\ ( .m.duItwt .*other grewerf It\.t to.yourown. centaf\' kind of If.... ; GaiUmlUn and kiwisnd. JLaae.
AyeH1 to last iaM* ,iut F s a season., t
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//0' ... (ticrat' ', '"< .1 1'q.a. ; ,', .,", t. Leon Starling m.hhllieid. >\:Justbe. kind\ of optimistic.\ ; Tha have a..IVncre"w berry! paId! e'q
I....... 'I :', ) "" >':'111r .,DIt\'W VpotoU out; ht,,;" ii t oftI.II-lDI SR-K9 just, west,of Lawtey. a Mg
;"'.,'J t'.('" .j. ,.. 1T.. MINk! 1...,,,I .j ja ....!'> .lI",1, I. ;--...'---" .- .1'..'.te' '' "If', ,'"ago" mat of area US-aM L u6IW.J lllltrd haa. ;what' ltfarcmunUiJid/, ,.SandVaNorman field for Just" thorn\and Owlr two. '

of" I"" I pa>Cw1'!;' Aa', .officiats se's' .tryhogto. stav in the' ." ate opened some of his field. to the _*, DavU,1;!lad Paul: 11.'
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who have bwrt! officiating( ;m YW'AQL'a-' : ( ;: *;I
David Iderhold. 24, a radio opttraUr: umpires ; i+ Jor'don'for
at the Florida Highway Patrol atotlorrin games In Lawtey Tha! council had" 'IAliu !po l lC.hl..c.< ,: ,
Starke, has been hired as a part- promised$300, and the additional $340 assistance when cars,are'parked,In
I clime policeman for Lawtey.The 7 If the Little League could not find (the the road prevent the pickup of garbage .
position opened up when money from local' businesses.Was .
Patrolman Skip Phillip* resigned.
Iderhold l supplements Police Chief told;( frank Chapman will
M.M. Jordan, Lt. Dwight Kerns and complete several approved exten- Approved $15 tor day for fen-call
Vii of t part-time Patrolman Charles Carter ions of.the water system as soon as. duty for the water system) for,both
t j 40III Iderhold will work Saturday Sunday, the grout l dries !out( enough., Barry Watt:and* Lit Phillip ,
and Monday, Chief'Jordan says --- -_ ... _..,I ..
i Chief Jordan was given. authorization
l to hire a neW policeman,who was
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approved April.4 by the city commis-
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;r7lX Lawtey1-mimed..hiring;)policemanI : '
!I Joe Kaiser: a Lawtey resident, when : :!
i the Town of WaIdo, where Kaiser now HENRY'N. UL'E ;

works, gave Kaiser a raise. '. I ,;' .
Kaiser, who had approved by 1 J I
the city commission,would have beenLawtey's 'I:

first/ black policeman. ;:' t I' e ii: fi. J

i. I council In action: .April 4, .the Lawley" city: ', r ; iijr t'' !

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Voted iwo-weHcs vacation lime for' an.\. 'I'f,1' 0 \ ;'\. 1A 1,
Chief M.M. Jordan. With ,the .1, "" "
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; city ;22 yean Jordanhad. ": not'.paidvacation : t ':" Family : Practlce :. ,: Jt.i': "
time. '
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W14 Bought an ,-electrically ,,1'' at "
: rechargeable flashlight for She police ,

..- --'. -.. ...., --......_..__._.' ___4-_.APJ+,Y..Waw4wn..___-.. ,_...M1V6r ; would car for pay$95.for Chief Itself Jordan in a year'said the time light In: "
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Hampton Straight 'A's.... money saved on batteries. KEYSTONE, 'w LI<; N' CLINIC ..:

From the third Dine week from left to right on the Slerra-Aulles; Joseph Miller,'Fay Craze and Danielle' Paid $846) to the' Lawtey Little 120 Lawrence Blvd Next Door 10 Dampler Pharmacy
back row) are: Scott Branham Ind Aimee On .
the
I Hodgei. In the Hersey. fronts Sonya Hodges, Tracy McCullough, League to for umpires. The .
middle)from L. to R.H) Joe Aulle*. Angela Baker. Shan- Christina Broome. Jesse Newman. C.K. Fuqua, Tim Starke Recreation pay Dept., the council .,/',
non Edwards, Denna Radford Kimberly Wilson, Elise cre..., Stephen Lewis Laurel Sanford and Julie,Collins' .* was told refuse to accept the inmate \ ;

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I KH 'Liquor Store Appeal Hearing Set:: BUS Class'of'1933To HEW am'HOrnS I

11 :30 .. ,6:00: pm
Public hearing of an appeal by opponents ing a special exception'allowing a liquor PUD." Meet April 30 j I
of a proposed liquor store on store on lot 15 of Keystone Oaks, At the April 25 hearing the Commission The Bradford High class of 1933 has Monday Frida
Highway 100 just north of Keystone which Callaway call "an ostensibly may accept or reject the Board of its first reunion set for 9:30 p.m. April
HeIghts has been set by the County zoned Planned Unit DevelopmentPUD Adjustment February 22 decision 30 at the Western Steer Steak House.
Commissioners for Monday, April 25 ( )" '' granting a special 1 exception allowing Of the 33 members of the Class of
at 7:30 p.m. According to' Callaway'* appeal, Die liquor store in the PUD which '33. all but four are till living, accor-
The appeal was filed with County "On June 7. 1976, the Board of County Callaway I Jay ;was 'not properly ding to Thornton Johns. The class met CALL i tr
Clerk'' G. S. Brown by Brooks Commissioners met and approved. the authorized by.ordinance. ;.,- once before, about 25 years ago, at a
Callaway, Jr., of Keystone Oaks subdivision plat of Keystone Oaks, but did not If Callaway' petition I Ia denied by reunion for all BHS graduates Johns
challenging a February 22 ,adopt an ordinance to rezone the area the Commission he may take his appeal '" says, but has never had a reunion of 473-7291 'i
Board of Adjustment decision approv comprehended by. the subdivision ,to .).to the. .Circuit Court. 'i'{ its own., 41 ,
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ofI group doe not, know the ad '.
'"One of the Best" Audits in Reddish dress or whereabouts of Genleve ." ; ,
Turned ,By .Sheriff Kenley,'who wa just with the class I.. : \; .
one year. Anyone with'information
"One of the best audits I've ever ported and appeared] necessary for came to oUr attention.'"' jj< about Genieve Kenley Is asked to respond For Appointment
had," says Sheriff Dolph Reddish of ,the operations of the Sheriff office. The, auditing firm qualified its; to Lucille John, P.Oj, Box 763,
his department's audit for the fiscal Budgets were properly prepared;! and Statement by saying "The purpose of Starke, FL 32091. Ellen Wiggins or In-
1982 done by Davis, Monk, Farn- amended. Expenditures, were .kept, our study and evaluation of the ez HlghsmiUi have not responded to
sworth & Company of Starke within budgeted amounts."During .system of internal name timing the invitation;Johns says. "'
The report slates: 'was to determine ,
the'course of our audit,'no, .and extent of the auditing procedures '
"Financial records were well kept. Instances of failure to comply with necessary for expressing an opinionon .
Expenditures were properly.sup legal and regulatory requirement ,the financial statements.


I Lawtey News ,

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by Elizabeth Terry of Beaver Falls, Penn.visit-with them II,1 ICI'

: !>> -, ...., this past weekl. i 1 r+ ta h al n. ,
a
t -"BJSfo.t 1".1! ?1 W. l44y Luket'td dao .P"4 :.,"I ,
,j J Cfujfidf; ACTIVITIES!_ ,.u'" +"arid Jl< Grace United, Methodist Church Sunday dinner guests of their aunt, Ar
welcomes as new members to the con- Mrs. Daisy Boch Nellie and their grand.
gregation Mr. and Mrs William mother, Mrs. Wilkinson.
Smith and Mrs. Carrie Edwards of George Warren Roller of Gaineville
Lawtey. spent the weekend with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. George Roller..
PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rivers spent a

Deepest sympathy of the community week visiting their son-in-law and .,
is extended to Mrs. Guy Futch and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pappas .d t :r 1 r
family, mother, sisters and other of Tarpon Springs, and two days at ,,,,
relatives because of the death of Mr. Clearwater Beach with their brOther. tarc 1 $
Guy Futch on TuesdaY. April 5. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.: Mike
Mrs. Henry A. Carter of Columbia Soful. They enjoyed It very much.'
S.C, spent the Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman
her mother, Mrs. Flossie Rosier. spent Tuesday until Thursday, with
Bart and Arvin Kirkland of Atlanta, their.,son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
G*. spent a week with their grandmother and Mrs. Reggie Norman of
Mrs Elva Kirkland. Ichtucknee Springs. .
Mrs. Rossie Reddish attended UM
Mr*. William Wilson talked to her' Edwards-Sapp family reunion' on
son-in-law and daughter, Capt. and Easter Sunday': at the Community.
Mrs.John Bloom and grandson,John, Center in Raiford. -
In Anchorage, Alaska, on Saturday Mrs. John Tye, Sr.went to Jackson
night, April 2. Also she talked to Mr*. ville on Saturday to visit her son-in-
Jackie Lines and granddaughter,Jac- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Tommy
queHn. Mrs. Bloom left for Japan on Talley to help them'celebrate.
Monday April 4. their daughter Tracy's birthday.
Miss Elizabeth Smyth spent the Jimmie Tanner of Jacksonville and
week of the fair with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hayes and Kim
Col. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes, Mr, artdMrs. ;, ..'01'r' \
.Wilson Wayne Teston and Pam" and ';" !.','
Friends of Mrs. Irene Ballard Jonathan, and Mr. 'and Mrs. David ':' :,>
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regret to learn that she is a patient in Gaines and Derek, all of Starke, were. ". 1
Bradford Hospital. Our prayers are guests of Mrs. Earl .Teston. on Easter, : .
with her. Sunday. ::4
Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Hilliard Mrs. Wayne Hardee had birthday N"i
visited her mother, Mrs. O.J. Anderson for her youngest son Michael, :!'.
Monday, April 4. part fifth birthday on Sunday after. :. t '
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and noon. There were 18 !guest present, "i 9
to have theirparents She served Ice cake, '
sons were happy cream, stiff: i" Y. !
Mr. and Mrs. James Barton Cokes. '


I / : Dinette Trade il; '

Bradford Middle School News .. -. : ; If?;

Artist of the. Week... more appreciative: of their.. work; done, ; f v <
in this community. Denmark's' wi1F UOW : :;trade in of {
Artist of the Week April It was John '" ,;:you, a, $75 on your' old
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Crews who did macho mask. Upcoming Events.: .. .. : J.r .'
a paper matter Mf::
dinette "condition
|Sfe ; wMt;, : ; 1 We ,have
Health Occupations 'April 13-15:: CTBS Tests care bete lg' rr ,
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Classes... given rested at and BMS.prepared Students to should do their be well best. : q .s electeaflS: ': of ,our i'styles'>r,. '.this:' offer' 'from ;

Health Occupations' classes have .'on this very Important test. "' **:* J '> ).' ; .. :, T '
been priviledged to have Mrs. Debbie April 22: Related Arts and. Math'slx.weeks \ $. 79.95. ; ..f''o. *" ., '. 'f ,'r '
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Myers Bradford County Health .
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Department nurst. visit our April 22; Beta Club Dance In the. r oJJ rvJDgJassorforpJicaJops ..
classroom on two separate occasions BMS gym. 7-10 p.m.'Admission Is$l. Choosefrolz iz 'C4\( ), bronze, chrome. :or; ; brass .fiB w i :j :-:', .' :l '0 :
recently. April 25: Social Studies and. Science VT, :: .
,0. .
On the first visit Mrs.Myers show. six' weeks test. : \ ; ': ,'[", : \ I
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ed slide of scenes at the Health April 28:Language. Arts' and PE. six, ... "'"''),,vinyl 1 or ckh. "-'"-..... -i"" tJt",.djI'... r'"4'\."
Department as she explained some of"the weeks test. -'j !", i '" ,'t.. : \ ,:' ', ,,'
many services available to our May 4: Report cards go home. )flow loreasterS', .'4*taR t'' :'}' :.i''O". ,
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community, and Introduced 14:',8th grader to Disney : J. ;;. .O :
us, go, ; .... : : : f .. \
WorlMay 0 .Hier.) ..1.SIX ch>irs W'o" ,f i,
through the ,slides) to. the people > ,'. '.
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working at the Health Department. '''q- ; 7 siRttllkkrrr'yjgr": ; .s =)i >

the During this visit,of student were told I, THE BHAOfBlM .,-; .., An :, Such' !'/:. ,,i.ma.Sf. .t Dnystrom, -, '.;. ,,!:.',..' f>.rial J fit" RachlinDfMMUut' ;
Importance blood < 0
having m'I"/to. "I
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pressure checked,' were informed' i ifuMiked 1 w, \ .... \ ,
what is meant by blood pressure and 1 every Tkiraoayt .' ':, '!'IlI''t:1, '" : '! ''' '1
each student had their blood pressure 1S9 W. Cat Street t l.jr''I.' ...." I .
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checked.As a'result ot'these visits 'our Starke.ftortdj 3209t.' I ""I __ 1N .mt: : !iI)"':I fW('.:;, ( l'irt' Rr'Wiili Ia. .tfW' ''j, .

students'certainly are more aware of 'Second pass ant. tW itatsrca .: y' r w= -
some of the services offered throughthe .FterH, ; w FM
Health Department and are much / i
:$iibscdrNa11 Rates:, ; U '
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Do You Want to Know III-hd.1fN. '95.M: tf$10.00* montftt ptr.yaw,.-?," R 434; >: ;teaii aw.; $terke, 4t, T f ,

How to Earn !100 ,Outside trans arM:' $1 uti -h t M, 4bsr lWhi: ''awl uL : 'ratlr s. 4el(4. )' t
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I Hampton Gets Good Finance' .ReportHampton I


Is In the black IIriIM'tIhl"{ Agreed to have the first reading' of time policeman to work In the city
lo auditors that have examined financial ordinance at the next council meeting during the daytime this summer.
records from the city'during the ,that would allow for elected officials Hodges told the council that he did not
1983 fiscal year that' ended last to be voted a the city council make enough money to make ends
September 30. if; \: Presently, elected officials cannotbe meet and that he would have to take
Representatives from Davis,Monk!; given a raise until their term of office another Job during the summer. mon
I and Farnsworth, an area'accounting has expired. Council members requested ths.
firm reported that the town Of Ham that City Attorney Mary Marshall "When I'm gone the people fear the
ton had $18.583 more In assesto than draw up the ordinace after town town apart. We are going to need someone
I ,liabilities, almost $9,000 of that in marshal John Hodges asked for a to be here during the
cash left over from revenue sharing. raise three months earlier. daytime."commented Hodges. "If he
funds. doesn't write enough tickets to pay for
lip
A negative part of the flnaciat ,, '.Had urther discussion about the his salary, ya'll can deduct it from
report was that the city has suffered a. possibility of annexation. mine."
( loss of $28,522 In the water depart- "We'' don't have anything to offer
; ment. Accountants Allen Nast and people that' would be annexed,"
,y w t our ltd David Hope told the council Tuesday Mayor Gordon Wadsworth laid.
night. April 12, that It is normal for a "we have a lot to le, city .
franchise such as the Hampton water water street lights, fire police .
system to have losses during the first protection," Councilman Roy Roarke European>
years of operation. Hampton has hada replied.Council.
water department. for just over two members then tabled
years. discussion about the subject until the
Nast told council members' that. next regular meeting.
.overall,the financial status of the city Holiday
was "not bad but, that certain items. .Agreed to pay for the city at
should be watched more closely. torney's expenditures while attending

L a seminar in, Orlando. direction 01Father
u In other.action. Hampton City Council
1 :: .Decided to advertise for'a part- John H.

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:Eyeglass Store, Owl>te'ft; i pnoreddedicated: Diocesan Director ol Liturgy: Pislor.

Optician Rodney t. Sumner'of :The. to the furtherance'of educe St.! Madeleine Parish High. Springs

: Eyeglass Store was honored today by tlon for all opticians.< '
iW'jMore; Hampton Straight A Students...
being named a Fellow of the National
tli''t These students mad straight "A's during the fourth row: Shannon Edward. Denna Kadford. Joseph Miller. Academy of Opticianry. He was Issued Rodney is owner'of The Eyeglass
H.l ntn._ weeks. 011'lb. froatrow, from left to right Sonya Faye Cruie and Danielle llrney, On the back row(from the Academy's certificate In recognition Store and has been a dispensing optician .
dges.. Trncy McCullough. Christina Broome. Jesse L. to R.): .Wyatl Collins Aimee Hodges and Scott of his proven competence to provide for 18 years. He is a member of the
,',Newma.C.K. Faqua;Tim Crews Stephen Lewis. Laurel44sionford Branham. '; quality eyecare service to the. Professional Opticians of Florida and
and Julie Collins. From left to right In the middle .''. public. the Elks Club of Starke and resides with
iffjjfi his family at Deer Springs.
News Rodney earned'hie eligibility to join i

Community" '-- ... ,. ., the National Academy of Opticianry by
WM ,'" becbmlng certified by the American
!l't"-l 1 by Elizabeth Walker from Alachua will conduct services.. County Inc.would like to solicit your" Board of Opticianry whose standards FLORIDA MARINE '
!J' ..phone9l4U8l'.ll' : Sunday. 11 'a.m., Rev. J.C. Smith support for all concerned citizens of represent outstanding performance & FIBERGLASS *2149 .*':"rook July' 11'
will preach. Evening services 'will Bradford in to make:
-i County helping and service to the specialty of opticianry. -
:;,.Macedonia FreewU Baptist Church, also be conducted. The public; ./is In- recreation fpr.this upcoming summer! 104. W.. Brownies Road France Austria
1, will honor the pastor, Rev.'Joena than .., ,vited. : for all ages. ,,, : 964.4613 Switzerland
Butler, with an anniversary beginnIng .. Greater. Alien ''Chapel .A.M.E.t. We need the support along with Interested 1 The National Academy of Opticianry
Wednesday night, lasting through Church,746 Pine Street.revival ser.. volunteers to come out and; 'Is located in Washington,.,D.C, and is FIBERGLASS REPAIRAbraham Italy Vatican
:Sunday vice began Sunday night through Fri sign up for 'workshop clinic to bet( Paris Lourdes Rome
/n,Wednesday night, Rev. Robinson day nig ist. Rev. Rufus Shanks Is the held on April 25,at 7 p.m..t R.J.E.e It a In Vienna Lucerne Nice
'j q will; preach. Thursday night services 'evange isle Preaching nightly. The. Any Ideas for this summer for thei;
,'Will continue. Saturday night, public Is invited. youth and senior citizens would be ap-1 1 anfux M.D. PAPAL AUDIENCE
:'KVanxelist Curtis and congregation Concerned Citizens of Bradford predated. .' The tint step It to send In this coupon
General! Medicine lortty.By return null you will receive a lcl-
1-'R > packed folder which tats you what you CM
I Ban Officers Hear Fuqua Announces the opening of his office at expect every moment ol in unforgettable
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Community --.i ""* .- -
Miss Florida :" I Rev: John H. Oui cjh"-1
Congressman Don Fuqua told bank the l/.S.House of Representatives, in-.< ,STARKE PLAZA. I 81. Madeleine Rectory 4541 I II
"1 SweetheartPageant t I Poilolllct eon (92 23M) 1I 1I I II
cashiers from across North Florida eluding himself gave co-sponsored a
Next to Pride High Spflngi. fl.. J2S43
( Pantry ) I I
1'Ueaday..March 29, that Congress .is bill to repeal the law. Only 218 votes I Dear Father .
In the process of killing a law require are needed to repeal a law he added. Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Frl. I Please send your colorful folder I II I II II
,i.lng withholding tax on savings ac- Fuqua stated that traditionally
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Name
,:(counts. And. Fuqua added, it appears Americana have been urged to accumulate Postponed until May 13th In the
;';the effort will be successful. savings and a bill of this Slarke High School. Auditorium.at : PHONE 964-4668 I Address :I

i1-- sort would destroy. incentive to build a 12y!! -.; -:.:i-i.-:;;.:i/iv.?'B M-,,; _i.-: iNOTICE -.1
: 7:00 '
;'Meeting? with members of the North nest egg. p.m-
'Florida'Regional Cashiers Croup \,'Mm,'who save are. 'elderly S Age Groups 3-24
Tuesday evening at Lake City Coon' Fuqua continued. "A move
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try Chifvlncluding Community Sta..- like this! ,could cost the governmentmore /1/
Bank; at Starke officers: Jerome' t4' handle In would"paperwork"" enter 1,2, pr An ; ,':.=,i
Johns, president Ray Norman, vice- manpower than It merit. The Door Admission 2.00 t
president; Barbara Motley.! cannier.Sharon i group of cashiers applauded Fuqua
Bennett assistant vicn and expressed their appreciation In For Mora i fcrfomutton Contact- ;| NOTICE, AND APPLICATION FOR

pr e bell t e his support of the repeal of this bill.. i Cindy Del,nqg t .,r ., .. ...... 1
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l" pv',",".vtUnsfo"" ..the T.law'Ittt',> \\1'f'J '. .-
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nw.rnrrvuaM{ !t'1 cps lor or-rJf") ivm o SS K ..: .. T -.
feet July 1. some exemptions "
REAL; :ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENTSection
Fuqua stated that 230 members of persona and businesses. .

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5 BUS Students
REVIVAL 17.0155. F.S.allows in alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayerwho
'To Show Wares* elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payment bawd upon an estimated -
At Science Fair' tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property In the preceding
.Bethel Baptist ChurchlcM year.
Bradford High School Juniors Shane
Johnson' Bernie Akridge Mike ea lethal. Ctait. toe* THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS
Christmas Lori Clark and .Julee
Wise are in Ft. Lauderdale this week April 18-24 7:30.pm First Installment Payment One quarter of tile total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment
for the Florida State Science Fair be- shall be made not later than June 30. 1983. A taxpayer N
ing held at Broward Community Col. Rev. Ed Gardner N must make the first Installment payment In order to participate
lege.; .. In this plan.
The; group 'wlth chaperones SandiSmith Special Guest Speaker Rev; Ed.; Gardner 0
and Jerry McGriff of the BHS Second Installment Payments One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4W%. Pay-
science: department left Wednesday Special Music 9 meet shall be made not later than September 30. U83.
,,morning and are due back Saturday. Provided ,
McGriff said some 500 projects are Nightly Nursery 'Third Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any T

.expected to be. on display. at.the state Dinner on the ground following Sunday morning service -I adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
.exhlbit. d discounted 3.%. Payment shall be made not later than Da-
Bradford'I',contingent traveled I, I ?"; ] camber 31,1983. I
,down to. Lauderdale, with the '
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.Union County High state qualifiersand Leon Odom, Pastor, and congregation extendsa Amok Fourth Installment Payment One quarter 'of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
their chaperones/ warm welcome to all. ( adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability. C
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No discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31,
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," ,it..I- ",,' If you have hot received application to pay 1983 taxes by Installment and It Is
','" your Intent to exercise your rights under this law than please complete the application
f! below and mall or file with your county tax collector prior to May I, 1983.
': ,: The absolute deadline .for filing the application is May 1. Any application flied
:D > after"May .1 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the
Captain tax collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely.' Additional' application

seafood I' .form) may be obtained from. the'tax collector's office as listed below.

P Esther S. Hall
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d Mail completed application toi Tax: Collector
TJ. Drawer b
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Starke. 1'1. :ilU: l
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Fisli n'ach ie.iMP 'IF YOU DESiRE TO PAY? 1983 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT PLEASE SIGN DATE COMPLETE PROPERTY
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATIOf4TO. YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR .PRIOR
UPON RECEII"T,THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICEMAY -
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> MENTADU1. WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU HAVE NOT. RECEIVED YOUR FIRST IS.IM3 .
SCali. CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.

'M I 'EII : I I't *" 'v... / 1 TO BE COMPLETED TAXPAYER | _.._ ,

a1 hereby make application to participate In. the'InstallHmn .., Property .. D. No. '
; payment!' plan for. .the 1983 tax year Legal Description as It Appears on the.1982 Tax No- 1
dinner Ihcludel' boneless ash gist. '
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Each dinner includes;t\ nd f.golden fried, *m v y lice' Receipt
generous portion of golden tied scallops/ hot ze"shrimp creamy cole slaw,two I '1" ,siarATun ; DATIR
crlap INench ties bosh creamy cole slaw.2 \ < Southe puppies, crisp trench tles,' -,.....- .. ( ,
:ototfclou*hush puppkM" .and.fe! Captain's. own 'SouthernCaprotn: special.cocktail sauce. ".."A"' -
..oooldaIJs.9..9.sauce' J'
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: 'or" ';.:. Florida law requires/ ; that your estimated taxes must be more than $25.00'1" order to participate in the. Inatallment -
,):;: ) ./ ''' :q'Itft:: : !l? Payment Plan. If your estimated taxes for 1983 are $2S4 or 'less you do not qualify for this. plan.
i,. .1 .. .. ,, of. x You must make the first Installment payment not later than June loth hi order to participate In this. plan.,
r.: .. ', "'>' (J"l"1:, j 'I II C ip altn cG to,}. .",,..(0. w4 {, .1lt..r...0'.. to One you have eJected to participate In the Installment payment plan by timely payme the first payment you are
\ f ttlcr : I: "raaulrd to continue ItlclpaUon for the tan year. If you elect to discontinue participation you wall not be en"Sled -
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..i! \' '. '. iI;(.' '''X/l / "..to "i' "M\ 9fk.timber1"Ae (}.
Bradford voters have twice turned ty commissioners, who indicate they U'you think something clrange\ Is goingon dec'ad' .'pro niiv S:ra ptln< down one-cent gallon tax by will take a hard look at the new; deal. in the umosphere..you, may be rljjjil.( levels :with few ell lonltdtl f ': '-'''jHSKlngsley : .CpuIlyYJ", ( 'w .I'IHln 'tetii Yk.Md w the
a per gas \
Pf f"ebf\lllrfJ i IAi'&p ,riches
'C'( almost the same 2-1 margin.But The four-cent per gallon. figure .According td observers with the Na. lake,,(/hoe riiost f sUbld4.at 'Y8.62' ,! Juet this'! t4 frieze.'WW.Dr\the Tito' n">? r ..1344! when
stands now
Tonal Service, the weather IS section of Florida ?
Com- comes from the state legislature Weather \ 'IW.83 a a \ow !oK1n ;stir. out elJ fMs .A.,prIl.s
it the high/ ,0f '
now County under Its historic '' '
appears which its first four of eight- changing-juntas you may havsuspected. one foot j of .tt' (lld.hH'IJPI\ ; 14hPk, ;$hpu!, .:!jell uao'
has little chance of coming gave up that reached during the extreme Hood Meat'.
mission up And not only here strange thingsare lltll
It's $ ;; '; )
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with a balanced budget unless it levies cent per gallon gax tax In favor of a ha nlng.chaIllCl occurring all 19SO, M". 'de"' ll ated b aj winter (,form, ? and

s the, four-cent per gallon gas tax' left to five percent sales tax on gas. The sales around the world. Lake Brooklyn, which has .deft f.n''t'; mudslides; town up and' down the

C localities by the Florida Legislature. It tax is calculated to increased revenueto (No one seems certain just what's going variable level of all, ranging;. a Mississippi/ A ivtcf ,hstvet been inwl/ilated by
be but if the county'st the State Department of Transportation on, but weathermen are convinced that historic high of 117.43 in October 1WO,'W a flwdwKxaiwtWvanl! >> h"'vftiMkd the
not popular .
may by $236 million. weather In the U.S. Is changing trade- low of 97.23 in October 19TO, has rhntOverWeather''Pntternk' Northeast unmercifully .II'I''
in the ; \
themselves
will
i voters put place wind in the Pacific Ocean continue '
patterns '
'
of the county commission the issue Realizing that local( county govern- to,shift. Ordinarily according td '"';; 'ilnuritticriEmelititof; { zIt'citi'AA erts are
may,become more understandable. ments are cash-starved, the weathermen the trade winds blow in a 'dowithinkilit kti'te t\' tyrn' to a

Legislature, in effect, left the four- southeasterly direction, but have now climate like thattof Th&isthz45ehh\ : This

It's nip and tuck half way through cents to the counties-.if.they want it. In shifted to a more westerly course. May Be Changing tyeary would tt medV'the JOI'1\ibl' tees'1Within'0'felativie1y:' f)aV'Jfyrf"''d *ades few)

> the fiscal year; Clerk, Brown 'pointed effect, the, state said, 'There H'.is,.', 'The jet stream is 'farther south than six feet since last fall and now stands at there wild be'fcAjad bellS'at i 'clls'and

1 out last week as he gave the commis- boys, if you want it." usual because of the westerly movement of 106.22, The rapid increase is due to surplus deficit >ainfaH,' ta\}11 ,. itkllp."latitudes;
the weather ,bringing more
systems the
global In from Cathy
surface water draining (aitoeiffdomiiMletbe
lWre frequcnf
sioners a line-item budget to look over. And, the County Commission (doesn't rain to Northeast Florida. Blending area through the chain of lakes, ",jfodfan! WCpmA. loft. qns.that ottSouth%

Last year the budget was balanced. even have to put the new gas tax to a The first quarter of 1983 brought an starting with Blue pond and crmlmiimg : \ 'and iwe te; .'n.Afrlgslk/ tter, ",grow-
: with some $200,000 in interest plus last vote of the people. By law the Com- average of 18.68 Inches of rain to Bradford through Lowery (Sand Hill) and Magnolia; ,,iig) seasons fur Canada,,JQur) err).Russia,
year's carryover. The year before the. mission can.levy two cents per gallonby County-five Inches more than the SO yearaverage Lakes into Alligator Creek hence ,to ,and NorU (;\In! Sutombo.; ui4fspect' to
'
for that period. Winter weatherwas Brooklyn. be lr.and'Yllte"r ,t ; the,
c $ !Maul gram-
budget was balanced with some a simple 3-2 majority vote. If four of late arriving, with, unusually mild The level of Brooklyn will have to,rise ,rowing regions,,onlyUieTH'S.,and Argentina
$500,000 in rainy day carryover funds. the five commissioners agree, the temperatures through' November' andDecember. another ten feet, however, before it starts : .wpuld escape; \ a veJSeJUccbj; (,Too lit-
The budget has been getting commission can levy the additionaltwo Even January and February flowing in to Little Lake' Keystone(and (lu ,lB know p, lx>uf/he t{trevt s <:jf/ such
county cents. failed to bring the bitter cold of the low 20s Lake .Geneva. For' this reason; Geneva climate\.changes,on,,jyled.) :.w:,predict! thequantitative
tighter and tighter each of the last few that has been experienced In past years!, shows only a slight gain of from 98.H5\ last impact.,ou product win in the
years. Clerk Brown and CPA Farn- It's all going to hit John Q. Citizen While the West Coast and other areas of fail to 99.41 at the last reading, I In March. 'U:S. 'and other,.areas 'Flpfjit, Is'generally

sworth have'clearly been worried right in the pocketbook.,There will be a the U.S. experienced winter floods, Santa Fe Lake has riser! about 18 Inches conceded that if'a cooling trend were to

about how the next budget will be total county state and federal gas tax Australia and Indonesia were having above its mean level of 141 feet above sea have adverse effect, on high-latitude and
it
the fed lands I
balanced. of 18 cents gallon including the droughts. Hawaiian Islands, where water into on monsoon ',' "would pose
per plated level and Is now feeding excess food,population"problem ,ol"the'gravest
five percent state sales tax ,crops are on the windward side of the Santa Fe Swamp and Santa Fe River.
what the
nature. But no matter price the
Then there are the federal or state- the islands 10 they will get enough rain,the The swamp which was almost dry a year or
On the side is 1) It is shifted from southeast to northeast distribution,, arrangements, there would
more positive : winds have
mandated items... the state la flooded again following' the normal.
programs for lack of ago fiat be enough produced to feed the world's
estimated that traveling and crops are dying rain-.
says the county must carry out but for persons fall rains. population'unloBg ,lite affluent nations
which the state fails to pass the through the county will pay half of the Unusual weather is nothing new. There made a quick and drastic cut in their' on-
necessary funding. The latest such addtional tax, which would raise over Elsewhere, the Humbolt Current, which was the Big Freeze of 1895 that killed the sumption of g.-aln.fed animals, Evert Chen,
mandate is tab to have the $500,000. 2) Some of the 70 percent of flows along the western coast of South orange industry in North Florida;,the Hurricane there might not be enough to feed!!h.eworld's .
a $45,000 America, bringing cold water from the Antarctic '
homeowners of 1808 that blew down all 'theTigh growing population, '
county's soil surveyed. not paying any. property is becoming warmer-a condition -- -,..::_ ., .
tax since the homestead exemption has that Is starting to plague Ecuador and
Even as they eyed the four-cent gas been increased to $25,000, would pay Peru with unseasonable rains and floods

tax last week, commissioners and some tax when they ride. :And the changing weather patterns have
Clerk Brown agreed to notify all cour-
also brought higher winds \hlaNorth,
The tax would have to be shared with
thouse officials to tell employees not to 'Central Florida area:Still coming out of
expect a salary increase this year. the incorporated areas, probably on a the northwest, winds averaged 13 mph last Ltd

They've been discussing that measure population basis. And it can' only,.be, month,'3.S mph higher than the averagefor

for some time, and reluctantly came to used for.transportation. :March. High winds toppled trees and
lines fallen limbs
the conclusion, last week it is a Good side is that the county's fast over damaged!the Caster power weekend.with, .

necessary step. wearing-out gravel roads might be
March was also cooler than normal. The
County officials are clearly worried replaced at a faster rate. average March high for the Jacksonvillearea

about a red ink problem. In addition, surrounding counties was 72.2 degrees, but last month the

Already levying 9.433 mills of pro- will in all. probability, levy the four- average high averaged monthly only low 69.2 for March degrees.is The SO.1

perty taxes, the commission can, by cent gas tax. degrees but last month's average low was i

state law, go only to 10 mills. The .577 But the foremost issue for county 46.' degrees.

mills would net them only $96,000 addi- commissioners it... What other choice .Some weather observers, think the com

tional monies, peanuts when consider- 'is there? :. paratively "good" weather experienced > -i- tit.a .
during most of this century Is abnormal y

ing the county's $3.75 million budet, or To keep county, : government. rather that normal.It was better than the

a 2.56 percent increase. ,operating' like it' fs will take more, average weather experienced during the .
past million years, they say. Now, with
The other choice is to cut back-
So, no wonder the four-cent per money. changes In the jet stream and the trade
gallon of gas tax looks good to the coun- meaning on jobs. winds the earth may be in for a period of
I more severe and freakish weather than the

: ,average experienced so far in this, century.

With 118.111'Inches' of rain In Bradford

I .L.Bund.Softhall..vFjeld '* ,County,since January I'-five Inches more pa sage.,\-'TJ' }_" .n\ poem ;'
.. 9r.JSot: Z.t 4t '.than t'&Yso.year'average for,that!, periodViwu -.. Lake, Y" '" II C'ij''I! :\ "uIf"A munder JV. 10
L --- ;; in the area that." 1>eetf'Suffering'' k4bsA IvPVnHQl the 1. !t' I_!W ;,;'/{.r, l,. ) .. 'fitr.t} fff'llloW' ,
It seems that if it's not one thing it's dinate amount of,work. The plans! :are from below,normal rainfall for the past the brldle.r'u :::' :

the other when you're searching for drawn; at least'some of the money is 1 ,m I ',1.

reasons read that "excuses") the Ed- there, and the labor force, through the :

wards Road ballfield complex still has VO-Tech. City and County can '
prisons I
just one lonely ballfield and concession be made available. County Agent's Notebook BradfordCouaty'Ageot'By Bobby Taylor : ;:;

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stand sitting next to vacant property as "-
We've ballfields'in Lake Butler
seen .
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another busy. spring and summer of Lawtey, and even at Edwards Rd. Bothered by'the Imported Fire Ant in Industry and' the USDA, APHIS, have taint soybean oil. which la used. as a

recreational ball starts. when the present field was to host the your lawn,garden, pasture or cropland If entered into a 50/50 cooperative program feeding attractant. Soybeau/-.oii may
We haven't heard official word 1979 state men's tourney with a so, you/might be interested in a Fire Ant designed to give temporary control of the become rancid' under moist conditions,
any go up Bait Sale today(Thursday,April 14)at the IFA.This program makes Amdro Fire Ant and IFA will not feed on rancid bait. For
that the completion of Edwards Road'srecreation lot less time and struggle than this. Agriculture Building on North, 301 in Bait available at a relatively low cost The i\ia\] reason, the bait should be stored in a
facilities have been And little Brooker is finishing up a' ,Starke state charges the user the actual cost to dry place In an airtight container Under

delayed, postponed, or scratched all- spanking new concession stand' The sale' will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the state related to the purchase of Amdro, goer conditions, the bait ran,be stored

together as the project winds into its Thankfully we have had the 'Edward's ''In the auditorium of the Ag Building. and the cost of distribution 6f the material. year or more ,
fourth since the first field was Prices are $2.50 per pound in one pound This Money is deposited) In a trust fund' "
year
built. Yet headway made in the last Rd. field since it was built for'the .. bags with still cheaper prices, lor ,quantifies for continued refunding of the program, 4. Treated areas"can become Reinfected!
1979 state men's softball tournament of 25 pounds or more. pending the Legislature's permission .to The IFA queen is capableof flying 12 milesor

year or two has been invisible. hosted by Green ,Machine., For ,The Imported Fire Ant is a nuisance to use the fundi : more. For this reason, renxeetation will.

We see that last week the Bradford the Starke Rec. Department'schedule man.The ant damages some crops U can .Amdro Fire Ant Bait was developed for occur regardless As of treatment of neighboring Am-

County Commissioners and Starke Ci- now is bursting at.the seams, with no Interfere with cultivation and harvesting, use in controlling the IFAS, Solenopsis in- dro properties.has no residual previously effect As stated with all the

ty Council were playing hot potato with less than eight games being played in, of maity' crops; it Is a threat to man's victa': however. It also controls the native present registered IFA, control\ Insec-
fire and has the
healthfand maim kill ant,Solenopsis
the issue again. The County doesn't ,town Monday Tuesday anq Thursday domesticated\ may animals Injure and wildlife.or following characteristics germinate:' ticides when used as directed.reinfesta--
like the idea of the Starke Rec. Department : nights of this week for instance.; With tion'ott' a treated property,,may;,>t>cciir
charging folks outside the city a softball leagues' for men men'schurch The IFA was first discovered in Floridanear ,K 'is', slow within a few weeks. Thus muM-expect
Pensacola in 1948.. During the intervening U acting; rAn important ''to retreat as needed to'rnwntain, thedesired
.
$5 service fee for playing in the city and women and three different 33 years,. the ant has spread characteristic of bait Insecticides for the level of control\ ,,', ,
-I :'
leagues and county commissionerssaid age groups for baseball throughout Florida to infest portK ns,of all IFA is thai they be slow acting.A fast acting Directions
for the application 'ofAmdro
they can'Mustify helping with the Minor Major and Boys-,that include <7 Florida counties. Resistance to the IFA insecticide will kill the individual ants to
,
will the
area be of
that it contacts, but the colony given! at theiltae
and the escapes le
of Edwards Rd. because of and not invasion by' natural predator '
completion teams from Brooker Lawteyv ,IFA's preference for certain type habitatsare Treated colonies may be expected to showeffects sa ,
that new charge. The Starke Commission to mention summer T-ball !'landyouth important factors in the. time in a few days; however. complete The Bradford &uniy j'ail' %$our 4-"
makes a point though, when it softball) the field at Edwards Rd.'has necessary for the establishment of IFA kill. may take two months. and FFA livestock ihoWs'.nd sate, are

answers that city residents are payingto proved to be a valuable addition for1' populations on a given piece of land. '2. ,Thee is no residual; :To prevent poeal- 'now history,.Our //'IeV.
play too- only their contnbutioncomes weeknight play, And it's a favorite,.site, Populations in, old infested 'areas' may ble environmental,. damage.kAmdro Is excellent coverage of,l these'r-livUiea this
in the form of tax dollars. of weekend tournaments too.. range from no colonies to over 100 per .designed! to breakdown upon exposure to ,year and our; sponsoring. 'qrga rationSincerelyapprecf
acre, averaging. .less than 20 colonies per' sunlight for approximately-12 hours. For itetgis, uppprt 4 X j
Meanwhile while the governmentstalls The is have we stopped acr this reason, residual-effect be .
problem why &k : no may expeeled. I feel that these activities are,good for
land sits empty on with a good thing that could be a great 'The Florida Department of Agriculture ? our ..communlt),, and tarei.weMj, worth the
Edwards Road and a $10,000 federal thing and Cflnsumer. Services. Division'of plant, 3. It can become Rancid, :Amdro con- time and,effort. *
grant which must be used by August on r: :'I-'4'; "\ .r -c-ooj A ''" ..,. # ,;, ; .' .

the complex sits at the bank. Plans for"the complex''included it'least 1' Wff Most : : UCI "t''; : ,"*f.jKut i'l\ I
'opular'Plrants Flowed *
two more ballfields--:one .mu1tipurpose" ?irm, Among \ ,at .Shown.. .. i
Pat
People like, Welchthe'local "" **
field and a.another youth diaI tap !foP Sit;
high hwmuat; fast-draining .:'pottingmix. Fern which is' feveri'te4th eiijh;
surveyor are urging county and city encircled A fantasy'of ferns promises to be *
mond. Such
a three-field setup, In-:." It will grow In' ordinary room : the eastern and
officials to, put their heads and: one of the most beautiful and '('. mud-western,S leII"I .
and'' around what is a nice'concession' terestiBg of the divisions in the 1983 temperatureg.butwlllnotstandfrost,. Anotherpopu Is# telaklfMD lt Ia the
resources together get the job stand, would give Bradford"County a' UC1 Inmate Flower Show, which will and needs plenty of water Direct sea < .fSilverDollar", species' which
done.. Youth coaches in the county are facility to be proud of.. 'be open to the public for three,. days is not advisable but on rainy,. overeast nourished In South Arneritaeouiitries
looking forward to the day their kids .May 19 through 21. days It can be placed outdoors if from 'Ecuador' to- BqJJ'viiwith'! Us
can play at nice facilities, and not be Even more importantly; in our Two of. the fern families to be' ,temperature is above 45 degrees. greatest CflnctI'ItratIOtl' ln tn.1h4tlt.ropl
.shown/1 the'Adlantunur .Boston The variety; Norwoodii, ,developed forests of Peru. 'J'I\e.
rushed by.a time limit with the adult estimation, the building of two new in axceptietgaliy
.. well known for their 1915. Is an elegant commercial larl leafleb'ir4a futlnatJ,1g.tIllllY
varieties,, are. I
softball fields Edwards Road would give the
following immediately at
games .elegance and grandeur. : variety with broad frothy fronds up pinkwhen. 'younj''''While' 'l'/I.t\4r.'/
afterwards. Coaches and players of Bradford County youth a better,. deal The popular Boston fern''is comparatively 'to U Inches long, and fresh, green "fronds'are- shiny, trttfnrgteen* *U

Starke's 16-18 year old team.. the than they: are presently getting,The recent having originated .dense leaflets 'set In. even yanks makes a fine spacimeif'pnt for.
Stars are wishing Edwards Road had Stjirke Rec. Department leagues rank by'chanoB In a shipment of plants sent behind each other either a basket or pot; ,
from to Boston about The IrSmithii't-is'a: real lace fern *Mardenhaic-- farm preferfgoodVfMIWjgJ :
PHHadelphia
the two softball fields the blueprints .the best for: participation, With
among 1894. One of the shipment has more fronds usually(less than Inches l ami fittenS
j call for so they,could showcase Starke coaching, and sportsmanship, but the gracefuw drooping,somewhat,. ,Ion,.,n Is of denser habit than the higotau0iidityc. t'
when the state senior facilities lag way behind area associations ': broader;fronds and.it grew faster Norwoodii; with fronds so ,crowded 'others;,-wtlititisroud'beingaboutMtght, Mf 0
boys softball tournament this summer. in places like Middleburg. the others. It has been grown by they can easily"rot from I careless! >'WhiM swat". flsft

I 'And the 13-15 old boys softball Gainesville.. and even Lake Butler. the miUietuv spreading to every country : -, watering. Fronds should be lifted,and like to be somewhat root 4i, ,
year In the warra, and Is.the best of all water applied directly'ytin the,, pot. to.. 'Maidenhairs: :will ndecli'ne; 1
Edwards '
players of Starke wish Road So let's not talking about Edward' -'; Ha popularity is due to Its .avoid frond rot. I crowding :the side.-of' th .pUIF) J,
could have been finished so our town keep hOusel growth,and also because' Another fern family W: particular this occurs;'dlVide'alllt ( ill'
I could have hosted that state tourna- Road... let I have some action. neglect, It.will still, beauty is the Maidenhair well known spring when the first 'HwsWe? I

ment also. Others have all but forgotten Come I on fella's! ,. 'either finish the grow Mo an immenseN bushy plant. for their light, airy, billowing foliage 'Is I en. Use a soil mix which <
," ,, ranoing iron fuui, to coarseThe UC{ about So-
} "of' percent organic ia .t
i what Edwards Rd. was supposed to' thing or come out andU'fesa' up.to the"I all feVtlpbftlibtSrtint sMSritatfofleafplWlf I ",.**- show win prunaat. five tweoiesi ': : .i ll'i 1
look like. :They'll believe it, when they public that.we're in over our heatiand', ." .' ),i to be Judged. Oiw oC these is the so-
: lor
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it.AH we might, never follow through,on.the called ,"Walking Maidenhair1,whicfemfces to use.
see While H*Musters will eoiiisv houMt,v,.. filixerit good.Iso.It f."lU..evtll"3'
yolA
.It, fine besketsad produces
these people can get their wishes plans. : ,. conditions, ,'tl responds to- decent '"pupa' from the tips. of long, flowing l hree. *....... ,
with what seems to us to be a not inor, They're' getting tired of waiting.! treatment,le any other fern.As size, fronds. Another ,In thn "FiveFlnger. a,lcgdina.t.ren "' ertuixerrt'Use: rat f
Increasss. roaot' when necessary" .in a. ,;. ...ottema. ,, << N "i4t "4elm .

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uemse' 'BOdth drtd'' Juhtbr' Seh'dehing"' I .11

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Wed '
H Feb. 19' '\in M th&'dist Chdrtfi"11' : : ,' S
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Dmtlse'Annette Booth ; \ 'f'';:.
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Mr.' and Mrs. Keith W. Booth daughter\and Herman of- organza gown"'ull|,,IInecl.iit acetate I '.IJ )" 'I'. ;, "" .,' h. .;,
L. Schoenln: Jr. 1y' I taffeta with.a sland-upllcollar.The, GJadyt Mooty Sods
<< son of hit, and ty EditorJl'.i9.tU7608}i .. .
iMn. Herman L Sclweng front and back yokes were rutJle trim- ,, '1 x
'I' &Arlie, were untted' In Sr..a ii of med Irt}lage.'Te' gown' had II cm'P\t'' \ 'I, I
f.;; '':! Saturday Feb. 19 at 73O! Pm.marriage in the waistline; lace' trimmed ';'lllpsion
First United Methodist Church skirt with nap-cln .,'
with chalalrtlehgth .
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Rev "with attached '" : "
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Warren, Lange performing UM f j \ .' '.11 .. .. "
nuptials.. train Ill.. headpiece1 yoj,! sheet"I )'l L

'*tl i$';t. ;' Carol Stephenson,. 'organist. trim polyester to match with' nylon her gown veiling secured With lace her Melanie!: .B.ale* :Richard : Roberts : Wed J ,Mdrch ;26

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presented a program 'of chapel length veil trimmed with seed "
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muoic. .nuptial +, i. pearls .sh ., carried. > bouquet of1' .Melanie Carole Hale t I ,, 'c daughter 0:1(:,, ;, weirs 1 ai( Street<< length ..tin (Yiadlia: r
The altar yellow silk roses, and baby's breath: ; ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Hale of Lake dress. ,. which -was (r. ;combined bride andgroom'
was highlighted with A reception: was held'at the home of Butler and Keystone Heights became' Junior bridesmaids were cake with white and
Tara
y"i1Sfn2 blue floral rrangements, the .: .chocolate'layers. The cake was topped
groom's' parents. 'Miss Dawn the bride of Richard Wyllys Roberts' Roberts. of IGalne '
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Phillip Scott yUle and
Vickie1Pyal
beat Lasenby ,attended a* Schoenlng, sister of the &r'QOmi..kept. of Keystone Helghtsoo of Mr. and, of with a cascade of ivory, purple,
man. Ushers were, James t1 the brides ,, Alachua. Flower girls were lavendar and silk Cutting
Schoenlng and Frank ( book. ". -ct<*.> Mrs. George WRoberta of Starkon ,Lea Roberts of Gainesville and pink flowers.

Robert Scott Hicks ,was rIq-beanll'Swindell.. The three bride's tiered table was.wedding centered' cake witha 'First United Methodist'Church''in''Starke 26;'at )'p.m. in the' '' Valorie'tendants Dyal carried of Alachua..All the' at-; Sidney the Hall cake and intervals Mrs. Raymond were Dyalof Mrs.

ftrfiss' decorated with yellow and top with Rev. silk arrangements Alachua. Mrs. Donald Hall of Ocala
Wendy Lynn Neuter served as roses David Landers of ''of fuschia: orchids and '
maid of honor and Miss Sherry Ann ped'' with ''a brld 'and groom, Mrs. 'the First United Methodist Church of .baby's breAth. 'and Mrs. L.M. Frances, of. Keystone
.Adams WM a bridal attendant They Cathy Hicks, sister f the groom, cut 'Keystone Heights ;ger ormln. the The bride,given in marriage by her Heights:
',, y wore similar designed floor> length, the cScott and served : punch. Earl 'nuptials. fathers 'wore' -street ''length Pouring punch were Miss Nancy
,'1 short ..Miss Hauler's Hicks assisted Mfi-\ and I iMrs David and Metric 'Shoemaker, :candlelight jchiffon' ''dress with 'Lee of Lawtey, Mrs. Merrill Johnson
a
gown was la yellow and she carried a Schoenlng In serving/ ,r'. '/'ti< '< 'organist and soloist, presented s pro- delicate lace overlay.; She carried a and Miss Alisa Johnson .of
Following wedding trip td Disney .gram of nuptial\ music. Gainesville, Miss Cheryl Brown of
arm bouquet of yellow and blue cats p'S off-white new testament bible
;' ':,.' nations with baby's breath and Hiss World the couple Is residing at 610'' Centering the altar were two'silk'flower with large 'purbla orchids, topped white Palatka and Miss Karen Rands of
>;;j. "'r/Adams'gown was In blue and she car4' Plnewood Drive, Starke/i'i c"- .1, arrangements' in shades of 'phalenopsis 'orchids 'and stephanotis Jacksonville. .
.'':,' tied a arm bouquet of blue and yellow' The bride Is arsenior, at;Bradford lavendar, pink and blue against .a- with white satia ribbons. Mrs. Bill Baker'reetecl the guests
",1' carnations with babes breath. High School and will g.duate< in background of baskets of ferns. A reception was held at the groom's at the door.Assisting serving were
:" June. The groom 'Is .employed'at! Scott Roberts attended his brotheras Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. Bobby
i1 bride home
; .TOw llvenlamarriarebyher Mr. and Mrs.Junior parents on Bessent Road. Biggs, Mrs. SteVe Simmons of Starke
Scheming Lawtey..Correctional best ,
( Institution as man.
ia ia'r.tber.; wore a dacron ,polyester; ; a. The bride's table was covered witha Mrs.
,: C.Q,1, ; ,'; YC Mrs. Scott Baker of pcala, sister of candlelight lace cloth and centered Dennis Crawford of Kingsley
a Lake
and
; Mrs. Smith of
M/II.;/ (she groom, was of honor She Bob Hamp-
.1I i'1l h 1" matron ; with a, three tiered colonade cake 'ton.

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: ;= "jt'1:' Hold Memorial ServiceW.T. .-'' Enjoy FAIROuting' : Upcoming Events
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j. i Memorial Service at, their, April attended the Bradford County Fair .
Recaption Honoree on Tom Bowen First
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meeting on Wednesday, April 9,at pie ,Thursday, April Baptist. Church
Installing officers for the 1963-1964 home of Mrs. Lester Crews.. .',>- With the help of many volunteers To Wed April 16
officers of Starke Lodge were '. Mrs. F. J. Shaw and daughter, Ms. ..Mrs. Franklva Weisgerber. had 13 residents enjoyed the sights and, First Baptist Church, Raiford, will
Knight ChaAshtona' Shirley Johns entertained eta family i charge of the Memorial Service with sounds of the fair. Although some The wedding of Shelly Rowe and have homecoming Sunday April 24.
Leading reception Saturday afternoon at their Mrs$ Herbert Thomas, president,' residents said they wouldn't be afraid Tom Bowen will be an event of Satur- Former pastor Rev. Hugh Walters
Knight Rex Brown: ,Lecturing home on Bowent Road to meet Mm. assisting.: ''At' the onclusion of' the to ride the ferris wheel they were day, April ie; at 2 p.m. in the Westslde will deliver the morning message
Knight,. Don Rawlings;' Secretary,' Gene Shaw;a recent,bride V.f I meeting the members went to:'the content to stay on the ground and Church of the Nazarene In Jacksonville beginning at 11 a.m.
Walter'' Frlck!:; Treasurer, Herb: 'Attractive arrangements' of Crosby Lake Cemetery"and placed a browse through the exhibits.BIRTHS. with a reception following in the A basket lunch will be served/ Im-
Louth; Trustee, J.R. Walnwright amaryllls, day lilies and spring memorial wreath 'on 'the marker church parlor. mediately following morning service.
Chaplain Nealy McConnell; and Es'quire flowers In highlightedpoints! of interest honoring Col.'W.T. Weeks. "'.1 C -:.f No invitations are being issued but Singing will begin at 2 p.m. featuring
Richard: Solze. the party rooms for the occasion. Mrs 'Thomas reminded 'members all friends and relatives are invited to the Weeks family quartet and others.
The newly' installed .officers of Refreshment tables In the dining that Cypress Cartons has designated attend. Everyone is invited to come and
.... Stark Lodge are:' room' and, patio also' held arrangements May 14 as Florida United Daughters Hannah share.this day of fellowship. .
V.A. Nichols, Exalted Ruler; Bill of the same flowers. of the Confederacy Day, and urged Lynn Smith

Wahl, !-eadcturingKnight; John'Klngsbury attended Approximately between 40 the family hours members membentoattend.,' ,. .. ,4 ftf' ,' Rev. and Mrs. Jerald Smith of Five-Day ClinicTo 'Bradford County
; Frank 4 and 6p.m. :nominating 'committee *p- Bremerton,Wash announce the birth Stop Smoking OfferedThe Senior Citizens Club'
Those from .
Ottlnger, Loyal Knight Sill out-of-town were Mr pointed Mrs -
; Wilson, : Charley Johns Mrs.;
of
a daughter, Hannah Smith
and ,
Mrs. Lynn
TreasurerBill George. Brown of Gene Lake Peterson and son, George Roberts, Sr.., ,and Mt q..W.: B. born April 12. Starke Seventh-day Adventist The Bradford County' Senior
Eddy Tiler; W.rrea Glen Conner, of Orlando City, Mr., Mr.and and Mrs, Mundy to select 'new j of fleers. for the Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Church sponsoring a five-day clinicto Citizen's Club will have their annual
Winkler,Chaplain;MaxIe Carter, Jr., ''Ovid Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. coming year. ,' Opal Dickflon and the late Jack Smithof encourage people to stop smoking. spring dinner Tuesday, April 19,at
W.C.
Robbie Shatter and John Warren During the' social hour the The clinic will be held from
Starke. Maternal grandparents Sunday, the Holiday Inn. All members
Trustees; Richard Solze,. Esquire; Jerry Conner: Lalibrante of Jacksonville of, Mr. and Mrs: hostesses, Mrs. Crews,-Mrs: Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rathbone are of April 17, through Thursday, April 21, quested to be there at 11 a.m. as are serv-re-
Mandarin
and JJ>. Doyle, Inner Guard., and Weldon, and Mrs Herbert at
Thomas', Tampa. Paternal great grandmother beginning 7:30: nightly. There is no ing will be at 11:30.
SiddeU
1 Mn..IM. and '
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; family'; served refreshments. > < r' Is Mrs. Jewel King of Dothan, Ala.' charge for the sessions, although an After the dinner, there will be a
offering will be received to help cover regular meeting at .Pratt Street

Ii-: :. Did Know :. It. expenses.Seventh-day Adventist Church is
You -
located
: at 1649 W. Madison Street,one
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Mrs., 'James Blackshear! Mts., '; Please plan to attend all five ses Dial-A-Prayer
Flossie Prescott Mrs. l4erbert of Rev. and Mrs. Terry Cumberland sions. Over 90X of those who participate 9644712For
Thomas and Mrs. George Miller'' it and children of Marianville, Pa. have in this program break the
ted the Women of t. 1 : ; \: ;.been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brace tobacco For Spiritual Uplifting
; ; i I: habif. me;e .
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president EVW, Mrs. Lew Brantley of ; M weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Scott took
Jacksonville was the speaker, the children and' son, 'Jeremy, to' NEW GATOR BAITAs
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: Silver Springs on Friday.

joy group members of the Madison '*, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman''Hutto of Seen II Advertised on TV Developed at UF
Street Baptist Church were in afterward.'v; 4 Jacksonville and Miss Annette REPLACES NATURAL BAIT
Lakeland last Tuesday and Wed eao Parker of Gainesville were weekend
.' day attending the Passion Play, and guests of Mrs Carolyn Redgraves ATTRACTS FISH!
.. visited Bok Tower and Cypress ( and Mrs Edna Hutto. IT REALLY WORKS!

.. :-Gardens.Lawson, Mrs.Attending J.G.were Jackson Mrs., Ewel Mrs, (, Mr. and Mrs:Bract Carter and son $5.50 Jar
Blonnie Derkman,' .Barney McRae. : : \ Matthew of Arcadia were weekend'guests 'v, Wholesale or Retail
''Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Byrd, Mr and 1 of his parents,,Mr. and .Mrs. 4:4' At
."'' 'r Mm. C.'". Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter..JrThere ; : '
.",Charles Scott Mr. and Mrs J.T. will be a Art Show at Cedar COMMISSARY78Z30
Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson' ''j! Keys this weekend. SR 2zs Lswtey' if.'f
Mr.and Mrs. Lenin Redding and Mrs.

", Bernice. Kennard., (

.. .\? Evangelist Gene Henderson of Col.'
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< :tunbus.. Miss. Is guest this week of,
'. .'Rev. and Mrs: Robert Gillis;
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visiting her sister Mrs} J.H. Fields on

;'fl.f\\'.Sunday.. '. How to

-',,;, daughter Mrs..:: O.L.:.' mrs.. Ilaynes.Marcia'Welch, Jr.,;visited and her'. take the risk out d

,/&, children \in Savannah,. Ga. Thursday


jr'(.' to Mrs.Monday.Don Effraln of Dallas,'Texas--, of Social

.f Is visiting her ,grandmother, 'Mrs.' Security and
O.L. Haynes Sr. this week. She was
,'accompanied by her father Art H U-
", day who visited friends here a few
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visit friends for the remainder of the1
.1. ,-.'; week: where Mrs.. Effraln will pick ...a .a.
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and Carmen of Seattle, Wash.. Miss
Akeml Lapin of ,
Narita. Japan.and
..... and N.... Ricky : ,and sons,, .
Jeremy, flhaun and. Ryan of River,
dale Ga.. were guests during last
1'week:;of Mr.snd Mrs..Walter JPrick. ,

.!Jli rlr.J Nisi{brew 1'teddlsii visited,' .
Mr. and Mrs. riddBank th i bank #hat brou iRA;
Robert Ktinger Jekyll ? ;, r wu deduct your ntrtbution to
upi
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last.Thursday. Florida
Island -
t ... ;iMr. ,.. Golcpialso; brings you.the,<3reat t IRA: .earner) right off the top ol your:taxable Income on
.
'std',and fts.'WH'Green Mrs.' Lex I Green"' of ofTaHphassea What'makes puTpIl!: 'i A so great!? DailV: ;comyour'82: tax return.'That means yau'can reduce

.SAtat t. sMt. JWday. to' Sunday.In St." 11'. ''"'' 'poundingf'When/ you open ,qn\IArfwM\uk: :! \ ,,your '.' :.Y ''Kt.u82 taxes'" >tn4c.hJ.OOP1.lt.| alTdepehds<; on
1 vmbney.to
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,'lctcry'I9t Jtft. arterlyI'l' yourt taxi aG cet, ; \ ; ,

: : 'Aill'Deiest iy auid Limf..' or rs ually.! :: That means you ear ,apprecdclbly more'". ,(I1 youJve: already filed, then put refund to
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your '
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with !hiI...... !! $ ( good;iuseVppen a'Florida: \ :i Bank'IRA.'earn' interest t

:tervetingrthns i .ls1Yrt0ib'Oleo In-. >worryingalDout; !,the xjuic rtamtles.surrouriiGifjaScClaI_ ( ) '". ? qts.' btrjppunded i dqt|y'cind; make yotu'deduction; .

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starting at 2 ....Pat n-.fi. .'c.no" r. tmi, "n,
p.m."I'm 15010 Pmldi/ry. EMI.... 7. Top Awardsbr BHS Runners I
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ed on the weather Bradford track es4n, "Pat. tllll. Buchh.ilM .
coach George Loper said with high : HewmiIk.Til.nvllIO '51 I
hopes Tuesday night as he and assistant ...... .....44o'S', Gylvard, .....1.... 111 Bradford'' girls'took home handful -, "wo..N'U'.A_ I
__ Polalka. SnullVW. (Monday,April Il.
1M Brown of trophies, including the outstanding
Buddy Revels went through pre- W anwdt.r 14.3 Hackley.'Jax. BullCT. TO ( .. meet details. "If the weather is good 14.1 Smith. EaMiMa, 70 performer award Monday nightat .Hit" .ftmf = > =l. |wiai
it'll be a meet." 33_ 40.4 Perry. BorhholE II the Women's Track Classic In 1) Flowers Parani, IU'V.' MM Pan Smith iSan- t
I super ,. ..7 Wilson. .. Augustine 711 JAI k i rV Jacksonville, and the BHS boys took ''''1.._, M.CT.I l l Howe I Kamy' 114*.
Schools from as far away' as ... 211 Galloway. Ea lMa7i lMk ... u Wllllama JB.ntkh.tod) .IS.4.laami .
first In 4-team meet at Green Cove
.Titusville will be on hand and most of 411' Willis.... WluwlUa 'S3' l a It PAM HAWKINS I BUS) la I. IK*. It
I the class 3A schools in the area are. e.O 1:1NI. Oitano. P.lal..lIouth. : 'Ie Springs Tuesday as the BHS track Martin llUlimi 5-08 .... SI CAROL niSSEU.IBHSl .
Mav .:"1 Damwgal Palalka South Ittm teams prepped for the big Bradford 8'M.O. 7) TAMMY MANN 'BH / .'01 II.
taking part.Titusville
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I that won both the boys and girls portions 41.. Palalka South It Invitational, preview story),, I, *, .gals iMrMMi WIlliaHlt .a.rW.a1wlllHll 4S 4. Mh
of last year's meet. is bringing '_........ ':::111.2 Bradford IS At the Women's Classic, a 'meet' Pillovrorr/ :1t.4.: ..., 4> MICHELLE
its this time. But that/ Ma -f....... 3:41. BailaldB'n designed to showcase the top north KIMUTIS IBHSl '::43.', .l MONICA BERRY
I Just girls squad BHS 1:41.: ?. seen II Francis Palntlcai' ..... 31
should again be plenty to distress elms Florida girls at Bishop'"Kenny In HAWKINS IBH3) as.t ....,., u Blum 'BollaalnM
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north Florida teams. The Terrier MM aM3SII Jackmn, Eaalillla 'SIDtMM. Jacksonville, Bradford's Pam :07.l.. 1 t ,
girls have been class ;?A state champstwo I33-* McCrary.;: Tiluavltle$: : Hawkins was named -the meet's
u e' (1.'ep. 17.4"i WrTghlOe l Forest 'Ie L.r outstanding athlete. .
of the last three seasons, and 2 WUT AT' already this year they've beaten 1982 /neh |MV M DunUp Woody Bradford Buchlwta 'SO TSM aran Pam won the 100 meters In 12.2 and ..... n.1' mrM, ], BRADFORD 'oj VIII'SI.

I class 4A defending state winner n._ 14.' Chapman.. THuavtlla 'a.' the 400 in 58.7. and took second In the Augustine, as. p Mlddlaburg. 57, 41 Clay 47.
Orlando Oak Ridge in four big invita- KM Imral.i 41 S Stafford. Vanguard 200 dash with a 26.3 time, .
had low 11.3 Taylor, Inlarlachen 'II (_...>...te.n)' i
tionals and have things prettymuch 11.3 Hawkins, Bradford'atta. "With no 'relays the events were IW w./.o Dunnla I Bank' 11.01.Sol Erie ......
I their own way all season. 3S I Hawkins, Bradford W really bunched up or her times would II :IS, 4, Antonio Jonaa II M. gap ll Antonio. ._
"I would say we'll also be in there :: SS.T. Wrl/ M. Ocala Forart T* been better U S, Si Prank Allen 54 T, 3i LM Sanders.M Ma
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In 12 girls events. North Marion mlta10:51. : Dodder Galneivllla HS'IIMantar about 30 minutes between events if Hill 41 .. M.
I .l Tlluavilla When the Women's Classic Invitational girls-only track meet was contested 43.U. wad bow Robed BalUmy
Buchholz Eastside and Gainesvilleare that. That hurt her In the 200." teas M>ai 2i Eric Lana 111''i... Si Brad ibaaallIS
In Jacksonville of the talent In Florida
ntor.4:10.4 Bradford Monday night some top girls prep was .. ..
all tough. lli 7>l>Hr .limai 3l Erie Lana 25-5. 4i BradRussell
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Of the boys team battle Loper suggested -
But when the dust had settled If'was Bradford High's record-setting Junior Other Bradford girls placing the Kttuf 4l Kenny Wrighl W-71.. ash 1 1 Curtb Jones
that. besides perennial state, Classic were Robin Jefferson 4th in 3-04.4. Mia mia1 f mi 3| Bradford : .
Pam Hawkins who was honored as the meet's outstanding performer. :
power Palatka "Lake Weir look the 400m at 6%..,'Michelle Kimutls 4th. iRoban Set" Clllfwi, Hill i Tad Braiaa, Nat*
400 meter and second In
She the 100 and races, was 200.
good, and certainly Buchholz has got should 'wipe -out existing meet won the In the 800 at 2:43.3: Monica Berry 5th Quay !.. n Donnla Ba".U.11.' ..
the depth." records. "Now I want to win It the MVP award) Friday..." Hawkins said, referring 34 II...4i Lax Sand na4 M Mlla..to.t ll Bradford
In the 800 at 2:48.7 and Carol Fussed .
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Top Individual performers to look "I would imagine a lot of Invitational to the big Bradford Invitational meet. Currently ranked number one In and Tammy Mann 6th and 7th in the Jonas 90 33i. ,

for include Titusville's state-leading records will tumble" Loper Florida In the 440 and state-ranked In the too and 220. she's. one of the faviritesto 1,500 with times of 5:54.42 and 6:0143): ,, OJcH Mm M nu II St AuKllMlna 37. 31:Mid-

weight thrower. Janet McCrary said as he looked over entry.1 sheets do Just that. their bests for the distance. .dlohurgM' Si Clay 44,,4i BRADFORD U, '' '
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It'll be Northside Baptist versus I' Craig Sapp each delivering three base avuMa. Tom Hvmwi Mala4Pamalar. **. Oary _.._ 34 ...Iw-.r.. ,4 9"..ueiosr;}

First Baptist in the "A" division and raps. _.- ISI 303 a ......... 0.__ ,., .cIy4o*

Presbyterian against Smyrna First Baptist topped Grace 16-7 as HntSaatM Ies M> a .. Ktoa .la..... 3I3)|( ) til as
Baptist in the "B" division when the Wilbur Waters went 4-for-4 with two Stan Ma kuwni James CvrHi i-lw3 wilt. a doubt./ ,_. __".. SIS an .". a
Starke church league preseason tour- extra base hits at the back of the lobes grass, 2.3. / ........."O hewn, owi+_4.lw-sea._
nn SaalM la*Of"aend.$McOaa 3-taM wWi a1Hlplaana'ajuHo. Ow.,.. Haia.I.!. O uj MAIM'..with a yard dam
>z nament finals are held tonight. Thurs order and Sexton was 4-5 with a double .tray' 5.502.. Jimmy rraMHl-3,till hemer. war" Teetaa "we .. 0..w 35-.
dayl\prill4. at Edward's Road. at the leadoff spot. And Kingsley taahjn 3S, Nick lessen'..wilt 1 a ubln,,Kwki,Mm, _nit c:....._A.'. Urey half. ,.. ana Mole swim.,
Lake pounded New River 26-3 with *:*. ';.,. S. CrowhKrf ,1tIo. '>'
The "B" final IB set first at 6:30: Mains slam aivw tea Ihni OnHI.$-,tars...a...... S.flana .
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,two winners meet in a game scheduled '- a "B" game that was close all 5t.a. .1150 bkt.nl Doove MM1-fan4 wish beast At' ..VaA 0"00 '>It" 3 13as
for 9 p.m. the Monday night St. Edwards and ...... Oorran .HaiM M. '/ It.Odw.N'.C.Ook > IIAw I' ii is
Presbyterian reached the final by way T4..Ihlda a. Th..P..n 5-M..with 0. raAb tap .", _......; ......>OIM.Dale .
nipped Air Park Baptist 1513. ... ...... ,
>Mv c-. 3-4 VAN a Way Haianm4 Itaai "..k. NugwM tae WIN.ch.
St. Edward'23-9 Tuesday ona
blasting Oa>W IMapan' 3-4.. Rugs ImnMt hamand., Sf. Mmrfi tf Unmm Tan)Hmnaii 3.hr4 ana M.ala. .
19-hii attack. Bruce Jackson L., Oamw Nugant and }not 5P.5'w a btu aach.'Wrf.
1 Wager and Mike Sanders each contributed MMaHtoaM M* Ma t
has Summaries rn+. SI eawl, *M i a3tar.I 0_a.Pilw ... ,..' ,' J
3 hits. Smyrna played '...._. .Awe 1,2 M.rb.dwh labkr fellow ) tfovWai, Irattaoa ,....- SM ,
great defense so far though, shutting : = ass Ml > Smith 4.3 ."h ub1.01nM 0.aa MP hkkww 0..10 1Mw.n .....M.IwI16'Jury .
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far Mtnodls4 tot SMU* WMMa "_ nm. .. Id*. Oral 3-nn '...... %.,I/I..." .,, J 'J.IUII.IL. .' dalht.. Ja; ,,ur 4no3 m. #:.
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a *- win Tuesday. ? tonnr turtluH(3-3 with *!.. SwUy alatwi 34 hello M a ,Mala ::*. tl/.. Sill S. MII .T'anaSlavatM Pill
In the "A" group Northside topped with 4 owes Mnvrw.agwc" ,*(i<)X l. 13tm 34 ana hama n.... Craig Soap.-..UMfca Hailer.
L ? / A'tsSM+ IFf, t N4.a4!' .,#,,y 1.13 ., e n,1'tIl"li Kingsley Lake 13-7 Tuesday Roger 55. edwerd'a hq b/rle..I/ 'Oaanr Hup.m bars with i ,..m taa kMani! Mali. OUala H.... two ......... ..,ana a uH., Jim taoH 3-4 win a Itlait.an...$,_.
6 ri Bennett homered and Steve Cubbedge

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: to Play-Off: ,l) Jim/ Arnold,G Chai,Cove alar ( ) 7i' 71'MouHro Murphy.: .JMkannvIlU Ocala : f .711: lie and Phil MrDilda, and SC&CC board member rtcn<<, Mox and will.play. off for first prize. ,
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last golfers.came off the course the. HARRY SIEMAN Sl.rk.' 113' 17JP.; HtrWAKO.i Star kg ?, .' ,14 FOOd Store
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trio tentatively! planned to .. | my 113J.l"otU. HI)MlKESEXrofj' < 'Il I
come bttck 'Thursday. April 14, at S E ..o..n of.ttt! (...:. III' S.l4rk\ ; ,., .

p.nutodecide places 1->3. .' ,. ,
"W alter 'aU/' Club President Ralph' holes and fell off the pace to a one:
Bryan said-anticipating an exciting, over'73, good for a tie for 5th place.
:playoff Thursday to offset the Ions" of Also, Harold Bishop, who .hasn't .. "
{;Saturday' 18 holes to the rain:> .,' played 'much of late and waS In the .. ,
Arnold rolled In a birdie putt from- tirntjl)Ight,woke up the championship'; I
just on the front edge of the 18th green contenders with 34 through nine but
to go back to one under .and earn his\. .shot-40' on the back side to finish at 74., 4 iti
spot in the playoff. In the same! four* He took second in the first flight, two'
'some McDilda, who had Scrambled Uf; shoW off the 72 of Tom Brandvold of I "
a ,34 on the, back side, knocked a'' Jacksonville. 'Also in that flight; ;
beautiful approach shot within 8 feet Starke's Clyde Terwillegar-wag 6th !p -fp
of. the hole, but couldn't get ,what with p n to take a merchandise pri ize. 7-> 1 .,< "

might-have been the.deciding bl'tdie, In'the 9-12 handicap flight Percy- ,>T y
to fall. Reid of
putt Jacksonville shot 78 for the'win : '
Onebaik' 'of the. leader waS" while Starke's Harry Sleman'was"", :; ; -; ,. HtW >
Palatka High's super DOpito'mure- bunched in a tie for second with an 83. '
Sean Pacettj with a 72. '- r In (tie Just I flight Gary Daniels-. of
Two Starke golfers were In tie hunt Keystone shot a net 67 for the victory. I' -',.
'.'.,;at one point: Club champ Richard1' Lonnie Zurfluh was the local in; A
".fiiojnone: ,,of,the last,, jjia.ypjii.oiit- ...""',,"-"j "tth..8..net.-o.rwithBill\ ; ,
hot 34 on the front nine and WJM.UI theO ....avner '''I'' i3arrel1Neat car iltg,;, '''tt 'dP all as+ITNa': rtbdlNslfsv, "TiUr+.'} 3) f tl .a). ,,,r;< ,;;id ? ,r 7*
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with _."''''',-: ';',' ass a, s.'
Dept. league got underway n....... Mttmt' Aihiiiy durklialler Uipitxi,Joil',
games Monday and Tuesday night as;; Carve ({ l : :
all eight of the league teams got, Irh a 11aI.p''I ;"i'
ctlon. 1:7' ''Stplthandsbaw//lvlahalslnstea.! / I "':'"' ,t .

Monday Starke's /(/Indiana bllt ........w.. j; -' .", ni ov'. *;
Brooker Red 22-3 in Brooker aa Rob- WCI_, '< I' IMt. Mk" *Is.an +t 3 =
bie Padgett scored S times himself h-top IHK..V.lhkln.>on two"No*Crawford
and. ;. .
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and Emory Prevatt slapped a triple! a.9e I...........,.1011.0\11'1,11" >.,lIar-9...")'.. M-', ) "
double and single .. ., J f pi. and rum,.Atdw O'N..1Aay'w5h: 'ltiplll..d y. A
; Tuesday in Starke the'Lawtey:: Sunk.; ;' runt 0, t. \iom.J. .!':"n1..h p-....wa. 0.,(r.oo". ,! hallo! ,
beat the Twins\ With Kevin Wise scorIng ......., .r ',"." .'.."' '' .r
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Ashley Burkhalter cracking .a-.tripl*! .' $ ,... 't."/';!} ''ti'asa l ar 'It ,
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to lead the /Hgers. In Lawtey' 'jit. ttrn. .."_ ,>\ Fi'i. iu.:
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ballpark the first time out and slapped 't n 10 base hits.in. a'12-3 win over 0p" f Mw j Tlmnvv Taylor ona, hama run., Nobel. '
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Page .1" 'TELEGISAPII: April ". IfllU



,I.,' Bradford Bats Stay Silent as Indians Bobcats Top Tornadoes, '. I I'I'ho


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WilY Bradford High's baseball' Three BITS district gamed !aiklust'/ Keystone's St U, llurvin IM the < I Tornadoes are hitting the bill or bet- wins If ls to catch Duchholj and IHnnlitg game. "Wo played a pretty and BIIS was back In the brtllzame.! Harper, who had\ 4 hits In tripe, .
ter put, not hitting it. Tornado coach gain the top<< seed In the 5-AAA tourna- good overall game hut we let 'em Bach team drew gooKegK for five freshman third baseman Br
Mike Hartley says he feels lucky: to be ment (April 2tt-29, are coming up, all (Keystone) go too long. You've got to innings before Keystone/ finally tagged Everts who.. hit the 1 ball on the n
just one game under .500. on the road. BUS goes to I.iveOak score." reliever Doug Samnns for 4 runs on four times", and waa :3-5 with a douT
The Tornadoes, who are amazingly Thursday and Gainesville High Fri- Down' 3-2 the Tornadoes manufactured 4 hits and an error In the top of the

right In (he thick of the District 0-AAA day of this week, and then travels to a run In the bottom of the fifth to lllh. OilS couldn't wer and the Indians .... At fcU:hi.i! ImU'weiiK BUS l Sin.
baseball race despite a club batting Eastslde Monday. The Tornadoes lie the game. Designated hitter Tony had a sweep In the tw -gam.set ed ,
just three' band lilts with Car
average just a shade over .200, lost to finish the season with non-district Diggs reached on an error and went to with the Tornadoes this year. .
district leader Gainesville Buchhola games at St. Augustine April 19 and at second when Doug jSamnns strokedone Hartley did praise starting pitcher delivering other. two> and Mike' Water-
7-2 last Wednesday and then.Keystone home. against! Middleburg .Friday, of his 3 singles on the night. With Jimmy Schoening for his work Tuesday A.:t .

Heights 7-3 In 11-lnnings Tuesday April 22. ; : one out Robert Carver bounced a The righthander/ went innings, @......;. < .. ilaZ/vIi' Fi .lm.
night In Starke. The losses which 'The kids just aren't fighting up grounder .to short. Harper flipped to allowing just one earned run. _.. <, _, ...Q.1.-...
brought an end to a Bradford streakof there, if theY' were scrapping I Greg Garrison for the force at second Besides Samona, who was 3-for-S, w llwvln. I- NanniesI.,\ :'''. ,,';',.,
DOUG MAMUJMH had :3 base hit S wins in 6 games, dropped BUS wouh n't feel so bad" Hartley said but Garrison thought it was ''out Dlgfls, Robert Carver, and Andy i Kvwi ,'K i ;, < .'
waited Tuesday at Keystone toppedthe back below even keel at 8-9 w'ln' (ive late Tuesday night after, watching the number three and Instead of trying to Chaff had hits for BHS. .7..d '. 55' "'

Tornadoes J-I la Innings.. regular season games to go. Tornadoes manage just & hits off turn two started walking to the Inflicting, the' most damage for s.nK..111asy.M.elrf"..".'1i: { .'"t'...;1" ,


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Tornadoes WITH ECKERD I GENERICS ;csavlNCs BvluballlullrQTllludofDrkllled,.a?.< .

Last year alone our customers saved over$8 and Meprobamate for Equanty. -
l Win Two million with Eckerd Generics one Eckerd customer saved'
If prescription over $126.00 on two proscription!, '
Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist your :
last atone)
be filled "With of the 300 Generics now year -
i Bradford High's girls kept rolling can 'one. .
along with two more wins last week available.
and the BHS boys split a pair of mat-
ches with just one remaining regular
season tennis match on tap.
The Lady Tornadoes, who have won
8 of 9 matches in a surprisingly successful

season, play tough Keystone
Heights team that has won 11 of 14 '
f3@C'tifXlP)
Monday, March 18,at 3 p.m. at home. S cNpCOUV.' -s tor naanwy t. logs
The Tornado boys, who are 5-6 have a .ad.D{ IKddMf
chance to even their mark the same CO llCOlJJIJ!}& 1 t1 1 JA _

day against the Indian boys, who
likewise aren't as strong as the KHHS.
girls team. MUST PRESCRIPTIONSBE

In last week's play Bradford's girls PUT IN THOSE

blitzed Palatka &-1 and won a forfeit CHILD.RESISTANTCONTAINERS I+
over Lake Butler while the Tornado ?

boys lost to Palatka 4-3 before besting .rasa

Lake Butler 5-2. BY JERRY TEAL { i wITMnAIa "iePiA OaA6 N /
"It was sloppy but we'll take It," ECKERD PHARMACIST p y/era..M/ AtL
Tornado coach Jerry McGriff said

after his boys carded their 5th win. t :
WHITMAN'S
Eight years ago the Consumer UAt LIQUID DISH EVEREADY.

-...-..... ProduoU Safety Commission, first n :0 CHOCOLATE' -c- or rn-
C-, required that all oral prescriptions DETERGENTPALMOLIVE .
tiN r Jeff Sapp IB) d. Bankhardt H.I.J.) Briton It hazardous household substances FRESHTOOTHP \ BARS SUPER HEAVY DUTYBATTERIES
Johnson 5.3.3) Beckler (PI Kevin '
Johns. .4'Cooley Pi d.Greg. Clark I-S.II Tom 'containers.We be packaged. child-resistant. s-o:. 3 TYPES DAWN IVORY
my Crosby (BId< WllkOT.lltaplhfolraoiKBld -
: can alt understand the need C Oft I
1-' for the "child-resiatanl": caps on Limit 1 69 2 PMg. ,...* fL,
,,_nil.Briton 14..1 2/9g q 999
medicine However,
containers.
Beckler-Cooley; IP) d. Johrr.Crsby M. many Limit 1
adults, particularly the elderly and '
Ins.I,4.4........ arlhNUChavegreatdificultyopening
know but the Limit 2 WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
i61Ward CherylFoster them. You may not it.
1) Filth Robert t-0. a)
IB d. Krause M. 31 Lori Clark (Bl d. Poison Prevention Packaging Act
Largaect-4.41' Trade Clark I Bl d. Newaome..S.II permits patients to request that their
Cindy Winkler IBI d. McUendon" prescriptions be dispensed In non- 21" SQUARE VIP PRO HOT

child-resistant vials however, -you GIRLS' { COVEREDSMOKER
C-I
II Roberta-Poeler cBl d. Ward-Krauaa H. II will be asked l to sign a release t form). STYLING s w -
Larsacct'Newaoma\ PI d. Donna ParadoTaramyDempeeyM. If you have any questions! I/II'< III' BRUSH
the procedure to open the particular SWIMSUITS '"1 -aCI APTtII NUll "

type of child-resistant container or Sllli 1-4' q'q ....... 3"the
0o keys 7-Uk On ... availability of non-child-reslstant 499 as g. a" .... ""
J.......' containers please ask your Eckerd 2999 399 Has dual ,
II Craig SapplB) Taylor" 1)Greg Phillips pharmacist! hea.
BI.rllns". 41 Greg Clark IBI d. Barter H. II J
Tommy Crosby I Bl d. Harris M.II OTUOMmUHCOAI.. '
HAIR SPRAYD EASY-ON 1MB. 11.1M GALAXY OSCILLATING

I- SPEED STARCH 3-SPEED 12" FAN
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SappJohnaoiKB)d.Taylor-Barber Ml,*-l.11
,PhUllpa-Slarllnl (LB d. Kevin JohnaAndyLellheiaer 1 99 ffi... 12... { a1.... ,
t-t. .: 'a Limit 1 8 Bw, t tr I. ; .P '.: 13 AlVHLY # .21' 5m.
11 I !y," ,s""lA < f
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JHERI REDDING w. ..... '" Quiet optlf'allon
MILK 'N HONEE t. '. 999
Calendar SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER '
Sports WIRE/VINYL .
AIR KING 48"
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149 ; CEILING
ib.eed.p.ape N Limit a MCI O* S 7.x- Ito' Or % 10'
BHS baaeball Live Oak 17-901 leg. .* .*..
: BELTED or SUPERFLEX a jyta FAN
......Apr.Os DRY IDEA ".,,r., Mt4/gttS S-SPIID
Bradford l""II.II..llrad meet 11:001: ANTIPERSPIRANT. 2100 !!. I.I2''HOSE! !
BUS girl softball al Gainesville HS :14 001 HUM ama HUTAHTcaunm 1 a..:.... g8 Solid-wood
BUS baseball al Galneavllle HS 14:00)Lawtey : -I. 4'S'Su74 blades
men'a church softball, tourney open

Saturday April.. 9 : .... REPEL ,
Completion of Lawley _/. church softball ., TLimit 1 LOTION 11"ice
tourney s SPA TUS NEPTUNE
BHS track at Ribaull Invitational It a.m.1 JEAN NATE'a. 1 k'
... MELNOR ALARM CLOCK

......Apr.II TRIAL-SIZE OSCILLATING 't.ji' PSICi ms MIMI Dn
BHS baaeball al Caineavllle EaiUlde (4001Keyilone TOILETRIES 249. a+at
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al Bits boys*girl tennis 13001 M.iraa. .= ,} SPRINKLER ft99. I4.M

Te.....Mss./5 / 00 r 799 S Batterybackup..
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Buchholi at BHS girl softball, 14-001 2 1 t/I w s s
BHS baseball al SI. Auguallna. (9 001 ran .__ ,
Middkburs.SI. Augustine al BUS track 13 00) Limit 2 HARTZ 2 IN 1 "
KEYSTONE EVERFLASH .
PLUS REFLECTING ,
w.d.dn.ApS 3. TELEPHOTO a
BHS girls softball at Santa Fa H'001 SCHICK SUPER H COLLAR DOUGLAS IM-MM sjeej. f .CAMERA M Mvnav claw mmiioar
ami (f roara raniM
MOy.AMtlMlddletwrf CARTRIDGES TORSION SPRING a N vat". I

al BHS U'7:30'Recreation 239 IK N ; pie iiiI 299--m.. .' LAWN RAKE, \ 1.9

Schedule ; True 2x Telephoto lens.
HAWAIIAN TROPIC 599 .

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St....., IB la Broker, ID la Lawley, 'K) laKeyatona. '
LANK AUDIO
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30 K. Aalroa al Merchanla 1 IWI ""-- '.. ""* *.. at11a1a '

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,Eans 13 I 8'4' s tf i e ? y: ', V, "4"'k.' ,, n'r'{k'tIr id<+ I> il i'{G G'ni what turned out to be quite a Major

league opener Monday .at Pratt.
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.1 t ''Hal Davis was 3-for-l and scored 3

i ., r5 1 t' t+t r"a, >Sfrr o: the Mets runs while Allen'Jenkins
Jft : was 2-for-3 with a.2-run homer for the
Open Braves. ,

Play continues with game at Pratt
Street Wednesday. ,and two,Friday
In the opening game oj the Reason night. '
fine-balling Steve Jonei of ''the

Wishbones who more than,one local:
coach says!"throws bee-bees", tosseda V 'V. I .I i Summaries,; ,
one-hitter, striking\ out IS, and had + r p, n 'stilt dKT 4"' ? -..Aea II
two doubles to boot as the Merchants a3l yYr i lit t tY Ct.wYr, -"1_ ... lit IS
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topped Lawtey Wishbone.The winners },//t Ik**.*** 4M It. ,. It
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Inn. Iff MMm Alton Jcnhfet. 1 lo3 whh a limH
got all their runs in the first inn m r. Chad R_.... doMhl. and tagM, 'J'_
ing and then let Jones and the defense tw..lw' 7........h.d.wn Jodo_._. Od.-...
do the work. : $ 4 wolh and 3 runt.Mm .
*,Mttani Hoi Oa.K t-lar-2 with 3 nm>,Much
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M..bm.h---bt.n.olds 7-. homer end triple, Dyat 4-for-4 with>doubl,Swy
....ltth.d__.....*tag out I:* Om.y WHIkKM 2-4 with: a triple/ Ro 1-1 with dnubl*.
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'i"f.'II. '/" 'What better excuse can a kid have to get dirty than playing baseball Jamey Carver of the Starke Merchant was wailing with the tag In the Merchants

,. ;, I,,: ". 'fR.\'tA\ >'/ Here John Berry the Lawtey Wishbone team slides Into third base but ..2 win Monday night. Do You Want to Know

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; Thursday Friday
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this weekend to benefit the Lawtey Dixie Youth Association.
Northside Baptist and New River Baptist of Starke kick things off withal' tlATIDtl4L

p.m. game Friday night;April IS. AU:15 Starke's Baptist meets Church of
Cod I of Lake City,and the 9:30: game matches tat Methodist of Starke against
:, Living Baptist of Jacksonville. V.
Saturday morning's play starts off with the final first round game mat.;

thing two more local teams- Grace Baptist. and.1st Presbyterian.
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Tournament. Trail.!

j Other upcoming tourneys are the Church of God men's church tourney I in.' RAtlDSSAV'N
Starke April 2930 (call Farelon McClellan for details), a Clay Employees
j I women's tournament in Lake Butler the same weekend, and another men's SUPTo490/0J
church tournament May 19-21 planned by the Brocker Athletic Association 1
I (call,Wayne McLeod;:483-}817. .
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league opened with'games Monday -N., ->-Mmmi,Und Cubb.dlt..ad- Bitty 'tf't /,VVV fy$, V padsu tMlunn- : ou.nl.n.doeffi ur/t
and Tuesday at Pratt St. genhd;; doui o. sota: I /fhnxiglKiirt.. ::: .wh
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beat Norman's Farm 7-5 in a duel MM**.April* ,
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of two of the best local teams Tuesday H. IHI eMPwbdaw ,MSM ., .
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night.:Norman's rallied from behind -M......... Cindy..._"101.5I..1 ...
but ended the game with the tieing' 'Tow ..P O. r. 0.... <-!<..< KM I
run oo base In the top of the seventh "' 4 D.M>.. SrdiioHUii :\04 4wfcl,
Monday Monday the Rowdies edged 1 DortoM OrtB
'past Pizza Hut.11-9 and Perfect 10'' moalhd SM Ml 4'' ,
blanked the Star tea 18-0 with Debra _. M 1M II gO ;. r
+ with 'pa'' Jlt -HM M-tu..MWde.H 7.04! --,
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women's games set for Wednesday; ,to,MMM Otany Kllby 4.liK.Uocriu . thteam Coda 1.41 JWy Wand .no.doM.'. iwr.wr \ =: I
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High girls softball team but the Lady :"County Road r.s..r.Wi! ; ,tnM..sort.. Poy/oonon .o.ds w'1aI 5p.dw enl.rl.w.. PMy/e.IlM1'Yioldeh StandIs M-- II
Tornadoes still stand at 144 with five wills 4.54 V .dgk 5g. flat 00'11_. _..... moth k..pa poa.rdlwyl Irs long IMIIIIB,kotos its snsps.jyy 0.t
games to go in the regular season, Phone 473-2443 v I

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..i. Picking out one person with 110 in-
(front page ill Brookef Elementary: School.On him de that. :
contract are; Brown, Citing: Charles Hair pending formation as to why be's different .
Marion Payne, ST., data processing Carl continuing Clark Connie Clark traneia grievance cane,. Board Member J.T. from board others to discrimination could possibly charges open,said the ISOPnOPYL' ALCOHOL It.
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Vacencyrsdiredor Moore, Oglesby Lucille
McKinney
of voeatlonaieducation. Board Member Patricia Spengler. i
I Payne Register award the administrator more than a .1% SOLUTION ...

Recommended for three year contracts one year contract -02. Borrte 99..'.
.Lawrence t\ 6glMhy< director ofDsvi Choices were to give all administrators .
"That's the problem taking'one: '
McLeod McRae ""
Area V are: Duncan, and him aside because three year contracts all Sate. Priced ..-.-...........
Smith assistant/ director of Morgan, Paterson, Marion Payne person setting one year contracts, or lolkwy the
Area Vo-Tech Center for community Rahn, John Arthur Reddish, Michael of a pending case, Chairman Hall superintendent's) recommendation I
education. Reddish,Thomas, and Wlnkler, said. Chairman Hall said. The chairman

Mlllard Brown, principal, adult the A lengthy board should discussion approve over whether Caaey'arecommendation Brown School advised Board the Attorney board it would Terry beInappropriate said: he was uncomfortable recommendation.with thesuperinlmndent'a ECKERD 1.t

education. Bradford for three year contracts to single out Charles pointed out the number . ..
Duncan principal, SuptCasey
.P' James ,
for all but Charles Hall. Han, but Brown did not say Illegal. determined
lit would be AkVfERtCASFSTORE
High School. Chairman Hall asked Supt, Casey "If The decision should be based on. years '
Winkler assistant principal anytime during the school
Burney the advisedPUBLIC. year. .
BriS. Hall had been evaluated according to evaluation attorney ... --
.Charlee H. Han, assistant principal .- stale law. Casey replied he nominatedthe IL I
Chamber of Commerce
Starke-Bradford
person he felt best for each po-' TO: County '

John, BBS.Arthur Reddish, dean ofst Utili.Hall 202 South Walnut St., P.O. Box 1116 .
persisted, asking If there had NOTICEOn! *
/ Starker Florida: 32091 Phone: 864-5278
Dewey McKinney, ..principal, been an evaluation. Casey said the I

Bradford William Middle McRae School., assistant .prln-. made recommended"after contract much periods study were and I FROM: (Please print or type A\ :

thought..." Then there was tm ', '. \
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.Charles Thomas, principal, Starke evaluation !Hall asked. Casey would .' '
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Elementary School. hot say In Monday night' meeting ,,. ,.-' .. ... !, : ". ., ,. :' .. .' .
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there had been evaluation, but The Store ,1'. '"
Principal }
Southslde Jesse Elementary J. Moore,School. tetephtpK has been told there are Keystone Heights Liquor' '., .. ...:., ,

Robert Q. Paterson III. principal, evaluation form In. the administrative I Zoning Appeal l '.' ; : ,..,.. ; ,.;.;
Lawtey Elementary School.Connie tiles. r "" .,
Mack Clark principal\ Charles Hall offered to Answer f ,
Hampton Elementary School.> Chairman Rodney Hall's question, The Bradford County\ Commissioners will, hold a

Wayne McLeod, principal\ but the chairman declined to. have public: hearing to revIew the) findings of the Bradford CONTEST FOR "NEW CHAMBER SLOGAN"y i

County Board of Adjustment of February 22, 1983 concerning RULES: J.Length of time: April 10 thru May 10, 1983 .

II Lunch Menus the application for Special Exceptlort for 2. Entries to be received at Chamber of Commerce office. by

Bradford tttuntjr\ kiddle School\ 'hirul.ye" \...,. loanitoon, rleo k (Ihlnl'u gravy, Package Store (Alcoholic Beverage) of Jack Courtnay May 10.1983'3. Length of Slogan, Entr/J l0 words' or teas 'I, r

and alt elementary schools turnip Wrifoit(<*;'.'"A.take r; WtBret conihrmd.A heir milk.ehMie Mill I located on Lot E of'' Lot 15, Business Portion of t. Who may submit entry: Those Individuals Immediate' J

Mwi.y Apr. t.ttambutv\ drtvy, AunrMttoeB dad' trait crisp." hot Mlt, milk.thmilt Oaks PUD. iI << trade area (within 20 miles of Starke. .,
turnlfe\\ (nene, dweelike wk., uwnnary. ,. Apr s6Hamiswgee\ .. OKALAtAttTR \ \>i MilthM. lt.yston 4 ,, sw Ne halitIin number''aj entries= many lndivt&.l..."';"J"f :

.. ml." .1''""t 1 d' SNar1\ $Nei.4"+.i Iiiern 89lIFX.hse. .. l ::r} .Lprg M l t' l'i'HiMn!I IA al pl I*TnlV, naarmg! wiO t41Ih ,en MemrfayvApfll 23 1903,; -..-*_i" _.*-Mam Mr*d .,."..at Governors of Chamber.""f,Owjver** .

.' nth grade CUM .l Hampton Elcmanliry' ) at 7:30 P.M. In th'* CbrnnStsskoners. Roorrt df the Brad and their immediate families are not eligible to enter.
Chill./ dime lout. frail cup, cantugi Haw, milk : 1
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Wnlnndiy Apr. h-PIled chicken, rln gravy. ..aHimbur"pi....,ire .h n-lx\ ford County Courthouse, t rk"'ft 'r1dd'. .7, Nu particular entry form necessary. 1-
buttered green pnu. peach' '*. hat mill, milk.Ttiendiy. MiMirliy. Apr. t. First PrI_-$100.00, :
.Apr.iHThlt)!::menu was written by Mm.frees' mllkahohea.Tuerd.y. .
it-MIItuhnVct trench lI'rI.., plui, 'Gilbert i Brown "
Mh grade cl...i (I Hampton ElwnenlirylPttze I Apr. t. SLOGAN EMTRY> ,
trench Men, ippleuur. brnwnl. milk. cheetcburgnn. j : ", '., "q,' ',. G ..
trench fries County'ICier'kBradford .
Pricey.Apr. ttMANAGER S CHOICE DAY ",.dn..d." Apr. II.Plui. 7 I \
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Bradford County High School ,Thur.H.y. Apr. Il-Cluwwlxirsenit. french frleumlkeh.Mes i Jr County: I 1

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IN THE CIRCUIT l r COURT' -abovit- homid; children All pertbnl{ 'Coving sult's.Acts I Signed I : ,< I I:

b.. lll.d against clfllm 1 demand Oetl'R
BRADFORD or
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FOR
Legal _.
HOGG ,..._ ._, ..
TO: LELAND COUNTY FLORIDA you, OLIVE HAWKINS agalnit(he Es/otd'p-pr.. required ,r 1 ----- I
JR. and GAIL ANN CIVIL DIVISION 'JORu AN, and you ore WITHINQ THREE <
HOGG. CASE NO. 13-40 required to irv a copy' ((3)) MONTHS! FROM THE I
Notices YOU ARE NOTIFIED pt your written d.l.ni.t, DATE OF THE flRST '
that an 'action to FLORIDA ''BANK AT II any lo It, on lh. plain- PUBLICATION: OF' 'THIS('I tSt.rk. Family Practice i
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foreclose a encumbering STARK, lift attorney Who. NOTICE to file with, the ;
the following Plaintiff.' name and oddr.., li Clerk of the oboye Court
property In Duval County VS John t. Briggs!! ,.22 a written statement' ef i'I I
INTENTION) Florida TED J. HARRIS and Atlantic Bank Building, any cjalm' or I Ij'
NOTICE OF '
TO REGISTER FrCTtTrOUS lot 7, CASA DEL! JEANNETTE 14. Jacktgnvllle, Florida they may hove.11011\0"\\ ,Urgent Care Clinic; ,
FOREST according to ,
CREWS.a/k/a 32202 ttnd III lhe'original 'ctolrr{ mutt b. Iii ,\ .
NAME plat thereof recorded In JEANNETTE 14. with 'hit clerk of and .moil Indicate,Hw\ '
Portuonf to Section Plat Book 3, page 54 of HARRIS.and th. above ityUd court on 'batlt I lor the claim: .',...j,
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8CV9.09. Florida Statute, the public record ofBradford COMMUNITY STATE or faefor May is. 1983, home and addrett Of"it.l .
notice hi. hereby. given County otherwlte a udgenwnf( creditor or hit agent art t ,' a :
mot the und.'"'...... Florida. OF BANK STARK, may be entered ogalntt attorney. ai>d rVh. J 71;4 ysA.jW.eek:
Joe A. Sopp Kenneth D. ha been filed Defendant you far the relief 'amount claimed. It 'fho' i L
Chilly and William P. agalnt' yoti and you are OP demanded In'the complaint claim )'e not yet 'due..Ihe i .
Glenn, B1. tole or feint required ta s.", a copy NOTICE SALE or petition, :date when II will become *;".,1r. ke. ,,,&"'1\ 11 a 10.... I I, ;[
owner, doing fautlnetl ef your written def entet, NOTICE that, puriuant t* hereby to WITNESS my hand and due shall be .10..... N. I' + ,, (Ml.tI h U J .t8. !'U. ".-U.... i II
If to ft on Frederick given Court It oft !
under the firm name of any )11'1. leal and B. Brock OARTMER AND Iii. Final Judg.m.ntens.rad 1, 1993. 'unliquidated, the nature 'k!
Florida Marine February '
Flberglatl, 104 .W. PHILLIPS: plaintiff' attorney In Cote Number 1Ireillt'Cau : Gilbert' S. Brown\ of the uncertainty thall I Saturday:,AMtto.LR.O.I1iM; {a a'Sunda !;

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OP INTENTION for the relief demanded public idle, to menlghevt CASE NO. 83-at-CP 'mini.'"""'" hoe"'.... .. ... I, .
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WITNESS hand and Bradford County Courthouse 1.R
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B6S.O Florida Statutet.m March :Zee 1983.OneERT Fterlda. between 1':00 Detected ; e
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SKAOFORDNOSPtTAb Of ADMINISTRATIONTO '
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... Signing autographs, taking In the tight of the Midway and generally charming everyone she met. many agricultural exhibits on display. v., .
;t Miss America California's Debra Sue Maffet made a big hit when she visited the Bradford County Fair She charmed the crowd and fair sponsors alike prompting Fair Manager Bill Wilson to call her .'the
it. Thursday and Friday "' best Miss America we've ever had." "V
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J.St '"'I'm'not used to'being called Miss America..."Debbie Maffeft said softly to Nestle's; the company which makes chocolate.: During her four days Hawaii Fair Manager Bill Wilson said she was simply "the best Miss America we've I
,' : sponsor. J.R. (Jim Lawson;. 0 .Miss America will have lunch with the governor: and,, hopefully get In some ever had," and said she seemed to take a real interest in both the fair and the:
t, .: This Miss America prefers to be called Debbie. rest. But even though resting, Debbi* must learn hour or five songs for her next comunity."She .

$ ;"r i ', Friendly, vivacious, and out-going Debra Sue (Debbie) Maffett at 26 is older appearance... back In Chicago. ; was supposed to be here at eight p.m.Thursday night but she called and'
jap than most Miss America., and more self-assured. a brief interview in the Debbie has crossed the Continent three times In a single week.'She's' dog- said she wanted to come down early and do some shopping look at the
dining room of the Starke Holiday Inn. where she stayed. Debbie antimately told Sledded In Alaska when It was nine degrees, considered a heat wave there. agriculture exhibits and generally just mingle with the crowd. We're not too used
This is the fair Miss America attends In the entire United States.
what It's like to be Miss America. only county that "
to here from our Miss America's we've had here in the past, he Joked.
!Sd 'It's a Debbie grew to like the fair enough during Thursday afternoon tour there to
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) SBVen-day-a-week 'Job 'says Debbie who has told pageant coordinators Jim
I ." phone Lawson an hour earlier than her 7 p.m. autograph performance so
1 : I, to book her for any many functions as possible, since she''', only be she'd have time to walk around and look at things. "Some of our young farmers may have been a little shocked to se her lookingover
. !: their pigs and walking through the hay but she really seemed to enjoy i
America fora
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\ /'She didn't meet she didn't know Who Debbie
, anybody says completely herself here and the people !at the fair Just ate it up."
City level beauty contest winners can usually keep up college fulltime, a state captivated with what the. Lake Chevrolet-Olds salesman described as. Miss Maffet signed hundreds of autographs Thursday night at her "throne"I I
beauty winner can manage it part-time but being Miss America la like /holding her "very easy-going manner... This Miss America has been on television a. set up near the main entrance posed for photos and generally turned the affair I I
two fulltime Jobs Debbie ssrys. 0" lot, and many Bradford residents felt as if they knew her. into quite a social occasion for fairgoers. .
,It was S a.m. last Wednesday when Miss Maffett took off from her home in, .I'd have been glad to perform5 said Debbie, a singer 'f there had been asound
Anaheim, California.and! 9 p.m. when she arrived at the Holiday Inn In Starkej system at the fair. Fifty! percent of the Miss America Pageant Is talent This, is a different type of experience for me and I've had quite a few since
:, via the Gainesville airport. Leaving at 3 p.m. Friday Miss Maffett was flying to she stressed. this all began,',' Miss& .(let said "I seem to enjoy some of the more rural areas
,Ii.. 'Murray State University 10 Kentu kf'where she'll perform at a pre-liminary! Remembering back'over'the 14 years he's escorted Miss America Lawson that I visit more than many of the big cities. You have some real friendly people
''\ ,pageant for Miss America. .. says you'd have to go back to Phyllis George for a beauty with the personality to here and everyone has been so polite. I hope I can come back someday after
y' ; (Then Debbie 'Is off to Hawaii! (\ICU bq! hex first time there) for a promotion for match. Debbie is an extraordinary Miss I' America, Lawson says. this whirlwind year I'm having is over."

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I ,'It always amazes me that we" have such 'a well- rides this year.
behaved crowd," says Chamber of Commerce ManagerBill "The midway people were giving the kids goods rides
Wilson of the 33rd edition of the Bradford County Fair for their tickets,' he said. "We had the fewest number of
fC which took place last Wednesday,through Sunday. ''We'I complaints ever on that subject."
''had to reopen again on Sunday because of the rain Saturday Wilson said he made the decision to close the fair Saturday --,
night but we had a good crowd and the kids had a ball. night primarily because of safety considerations ',"* ,
When it dried up Sunday afternoon." "With all of the rain falling down and the ground getting i
Wilson said some changes may be In store for the mid- soft I Just didn't want to take the chance that the founda-.
way next year In an attempt to alleviate some of the mud-. lion under some of those rides could have been undermined -
dy. conditions when the rains come, piano are being ,'' he said. "Sunday turned out to be a much better day I
discussed to install drainage ditches which are supposedto overall for the rides and we had a real good crowd out
channel the water away from the fairgrounds. .there after church mostly mothers and their children who I
-"I really don't know If that will work or not but we needto seemed to really enjoy themselves. The midway people
--r test it out to make sure," he said. "I have hunch that didn't have any problem with the extra day.they seemed
our best bet may be to Just keep a bigger supply of to enjoy themselves. much as anyone e....." -
builder's sand and .sawdust on hand.That seem to tin the. Miss America Debra Sue Maffet of California,'was a
r I Ia .trick''when we have enough of It." big hit at the fair Thursday night signing autographs and
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Wilson estimated that over 19.000 paid to enter the mid'i having her picture taken with literally hundreds of local
lay and the agricultural exhibit over the r.air''our day, and area citizens. I
,. Iru :: ; "She was a real treat to have' her*,"* 'Wilson said. ;
Ht was down,a bit from lanlyear;probably because ot !'Everyone commented on how friendly she was and she i
lit ." 1 j the weather but we also broke the record (last year as far ;took a real interest in the fair she wanted to come early I
II i as crowds go.and that would be hard to mat***,".: shop around and see all the exhibits on hand.She enjoyed l I
I', )\1'113)1'Bai .Jhsre; were few complaints atxmt. tickets. or !1 herself and we certainly enjoyed having her." 1 1I
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Graija (Champion,; Steer;.-.., '';' this weekend end will feature a variety. of iKtlvlltM; Including "beginning. Friday, April 74 at Hw tawtay Music Pork off t
\ j ,,' illd 'Kev Highway .301 an $.".' 225. tilled a* *. .)....t bluegrass I
Midway; on historic Saturday" aHamoon cot City Hatft" Ftra
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I Whitehead, Parrish take top honors at Bradford County steer:show I


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J grand champion In the 1983 Bradford- Angus-Hereford Winn-Dixie. cross 1.77. boughtby Angus cross; $2,00, bought1;(t Jerry
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Sale at the Bradford County Fair last Ready Conner1, B-FFA, 1,303 JUmm .
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Howard, BW.poand Angus,
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11-year history show according ; tJt (ti 1Ji.130
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Norman can't remember when ''pound Limousin-Braham cross, ".117., Curtis.cl 1 attrlll..o-;;;j' 89fl': -
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grand champion brought more.
The auction was run under the Len Eaves .B-FFA, 1,037 pound Publix Supermarkets.FFf;f i'w'i'';; i'
gavel of auctioneer Angeleta 'Limousin, $1.72, bought by Bradford. John Watterson B- /
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reknowned for adding County Telegraph. Angus, 1.98, bought, b tt; "rr" r
Haymans tMHr-lOZ8 poundLlmousin 'Funeral me, /:11l'J!.Ii" ;;1'J
vitality and life to (he sale with her Connie Guynn, :
$1.60; bought Robert I5oone, B-FFA, 1-'pta d
skill and style of her gravelly comical, -Angus croM
voice. Community Slate Bank of Starke Limousin,. $1. 9. bought b1, 1bC ator
Whitehead's Angus-Limousin cross and Western .Steer Steakhouse of Creek Ranch and Florida'Bank, )tat.
1,222-pound steer brought $3.M per Starke SLarke. B-4PA:!) {' ;
pound at bid, or. $...3(18. plus $650 of ,Shelley Rale/, B-FFA, f,232 Dean Reddish / ;:J.1ppufd;
I add-ons for the:; total of 4988. Brian. 41u Limousin 163. bought by Alligator( Angus-Herefowl !CrofSK6 boughtby
13, says he'll put the money In his Crek Ranch and Bradford County Bradford-County,School Board;
bank account for his college educa Telegraph. Tomlinson $haw and Brown;, and
tion. Buyer was Ed Gregory, owner Debbie,Parrish.. B-4H; $'Pound ;Alligator'Creek Rartch.i .
Johnny United Shows, the fair mid- fh r'' 1 T Hereford, $1.83, bought by Publlx i Jamie ;WhHetieafcfi'B'FFA, 1.U3
'way. Supermarkets. '' pound"Angus-L'imoustlti" (cross $1.68,.
Brian's brother,Jamie, showed the Prudence Clyatt U-FFA,'936 pound bought by Alligator Creek Pa n p.; ,
grand champion a few years ago. Angus-Hereford crow91.73, bought. Loren Muslin e.; B-FFAH.280' ,
r Brian Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. mac'e by Pantry Pride. pound JI.B8.P bought. by
Robert Whitehead.The a Mike Rourke. B-4H, fi*& pound Alligator Creek Ranch;.i. ', 'Y jf
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Lake Butler Senior Chapter -- -- -- '-'- -- Limousin. 1.55, bought by Alligator Robert Worrell U-411 1,067 Angus
FFA showed the reserve champion Heserve Champion Steer.., Creek Ranch. 'cross;.$1,83,;bought by t;labile Super
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which brought $3,966 or $3.25 per Julie Brown, U-FFA, 1,077; pound markets., ;, "
pound, $3,341 plus add-ons of $629. Union FFA'er Allen Parrish shows the Lake Butler Publix Supermarket. Buyer Hugh Crosby of Publix' .isshown Angus-Hereford cross; '1.65, bought Tasha WardjWFFA/ ,>.{lost pound
The reserve champion a Limousm- Senior FFA Chapter's reserve champion sterr a 1.028 with Parrish. 'by Howard It Riherd Construction Co. Angus cross:'12.00; bought py.Howard,

t Hereford-Charolois cross showed by pound triple cross which sold for $3.5 per, pound to ,Richard Crosby, B-FFA? 960 pound Auto Parts. Of,Lake. ,. Butler., ... ,
4 Allen Parrish. weighed 1.028 pounds some$77,220,with$60,432 from Initial. were: pound, purhased by Farmer's- & .
and was bought by Publix Super- bidding and the rest coming from Lake Butler'Ju'tlor FFA Chapter; Dealers Bank of Lake Butler.
t' markets. add-ons, making each steer average shown' by James Williams : '
Average bid price of the sale was $2.46 or some$2,800. 1,018-pound Angus-Brahma cross;/,. Kim Whitehead, B-4H, 1,130'Angus- THIS AIRCONDITIONER :i
192. Total weight of the 29 steers was Judge for the show was Tim Marshall 2.80 per pound, purchased by Community Limousin cross $1.90 per pound pure
31,415 pounds with an average of extension agent for livestock in State Bank of Starke. chased by Alligator Creek Ranch.
1,084 pounds. Alachua County and a graduate of.the IS SO:
Total sales, without add-ons were University of Florida. Travis Worrell, U-4H, 975-pound Randy AI are$, B-FFA, 1,096 .
I $60,431. With add-ons sales will reach The other 27 steers and showers Angus-Limousin cross, $2.01 per Angus-Hereford cross $1.74, bought
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farmers displayed a large Barbara Balkcom two red ribbons Moody two blue ribbons Jennifer both won blue ribbons: for tlelr.quall BILLS!
and varied selection of livestock this for a hen and a rooster,John Reichertfor Devel. Billy Kyle, Melissa Kvle, and Joe Kroder won. two blue. .ribbonsfor ",
year at the Bradford County Fair, a chick and Randy Balkcom two Mitch HolsenbecK two blue ribbons two pigeons. .
with record numbers entries In the red ribbons for two hens, Tina Osteen, Jamie Osteen two blue
Cattle and Swine shows highlightingthe Winning white ribbons for their ribbons 'E. Meres, Tonja Onteen Golden
many events of the past weekend. hens or roosters were: John Waterson four blue ribbons and Jason Huggins., FLORIDA It's the Round ';
Two categories often overlooked two white! ribbons for a hen and a Winning red ribbons for their rabbit 'Carrier's most efficient
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bits and chickens 4-H and FFA Dean Padget for a rooster, Andy Nor- red ribbons,Jason Stalnaker-two red home: heat pump! ever. '
members bring to the fairgrounds.The man for a rooster Yancy Miller four ribbons Chrisr;Nettles Andy Tison. 0 Cools In summer just like a '
following Is a complete list of red ribbons for two hens and two Debbie Moody-two red ribbons, Don .. ,

the this year entries including in these ribbon two winners.Roosters categories. rooster roosters,,James Marshall Slader Phillips for a rooster for a, na Osteen Moody- four Stephanie red ribbons Sellers Danielle, Jamie': Fri.,. Sat:.,Sun.,all allTE lot S.E.E.R.high-efficiency' most sizes ratings!Replace air ol conditioner 9 or higher air 111 mllllll'IIIIII( [[ ) IIIIIIII[[([[[[ [[[ I[

Franklin Hart for a rooster, Tommy Hersey, Tori Hersey, Mindy Hersey
and Chickens Balkcom for a rooster John Reichert Jason Osteen and Emily Sellers, "WmmrA( WlN conditioning and I [
Winning blue ribbons for their prize for a chicken and David Reichert '0 Heats economic- ;winter. 1I11111111111I11 I'I'I'I''much [ [[[[ [[ '[1IllimMI[ [
chickens and roosters at the fair two white ribbons for a hen and a Pigeons and Quail' heaerh h as p
were: Rob Spitze for a rooster, rooster. Chris, Nettles and Eddie Raineyr WITHOUT A % heat per wait as electricresistance mlllllllllllil' Hrnllltm
Michael Elixson for a rooster, Mason .. heaters when the- .
Elixson for two game hens Robert Rabbits .4 IBI- temperature's freezing! I
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":Americana that we accept.for. ;
f i granted as a part of our culture but
they are fascinating Indeed to a group '
i.'' of IS exchange students from Ger-
:: 'many who visited Starke and the surrounding
area..
', "Many of students thought they t
knew all about the U.S. from what
a';they have read In the newspapers and -----
In magazines but I think they were a
bit suprised when they came act to
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{,students are ready to stay after they
fi' find out what the 'statee" are really
like.
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than most of them ever imagined that
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\i: shock when they step off the plane in. .
r New York,**Paske says. "This country
; is all so spread out compared to
y; Germany where everything is com-
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seem to be as many reglonaldU.
i ferences In the people In America as 4 Drs..
well as there are geographical dif-
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weU I remember the first time I Wagons'
heard a southern accent I was suprised
f. too. I think its a great experience '10,994.00.DISCOUNT. 1837.22
for them to actually see what the people -
in another country are really like,
1> aside from the Ipnpressions in the ( SALE $915678
media, which aren't always
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Thee students themselves' speakEnglish plus tax
with suprtslng ease;
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something that comes as a suprise until .
j. you find out that aU. German ; ((12 to choose from)
students are required to take at least
six years curriculum of our language school.In their normal

"We realize in Germany that '
I English Is our second most important
language so we concentrate on it accordingly -
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and culture that we encourage: a complete
study of it In our student's cirriculums. -
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far more rigorous than what most
&,, American students undergo, ln
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'j a mathematics and language, ,, power steering, brakes,, rear window
7., throughout the student's learning experience. -
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Reichert Bradford FFA Jeff Carver B-4H, 196 pounder,
member,showed the grand championpig $1.69 per pound. purchased by :L, 1Z.
at the 1983 Bradford-Union Swine Alligator Creek Ranch. '
Show and Sale at the Bradford County Springhilli l Union -H Club, 210
Fair. pounder; $2.49 per pound, purchased I
Relchert's 223 pound Hamp-crou by Publlx Supermarkets.
purchased by Florida Bank at Starke Melissa May, B-4H. 224 pounder, ,.
the legal firm of Tomlinson,Shaw and $U3 per pound, purchased by Columbia -' r ti' spy 'f'f4o
Brown, Starke city commissionersand livestock Market '
City Clerk Neil Tucker,and City Patricia Nettles, U-FFA 191'
Engineer Don Ruckman brought pounder, $1.18 per pound, purchased ;
$4.80 per pound. Reichert got$1,070 at by Publlx Supermarkets. Z. rh,'ll r.l:
bid for his hog plus some$240 in add-, Anita Black B-mt,203. pounder : ; it 4
ons. $1 M per ,pound, purchased by Brad'Clarence t > trx, 1 ti.t.
Reichert la the son of Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph. y
Joe Reichert of New River. Pendarvls, B-FFA. 238 t
Reserve champion was shown by pounder, $1.13 per pound, purchased Ii I
Union FFA'er Becky Sweat. Her 199 by Alligator Creek Ranch. l la II i
pound Spot brought *5 per pound at Amy Black B-4H 187 pounder, k. I
bid from Publlx Supermarket Miss $1.96 purchased- ,by t
Sweat daughter of D.E. Sweat and AUiMtorCreSf Ranch + ,1 l
Dorothy Fletcher of Lake Butter, got Lisa Moody,, B-4H. '231'pounder.
$995 at bid plus (200 in add-ons. $2.01 per pound, purchased by W.W.
Quality was better this year than in Woodchipptng. "rE'I
the past, says Swine Association David Bas, -Ut91DOU: der, + '
Treasurer Warren Carver which la $1.65 per pound, purchased by .. ,+}y ; + a
shown by the few hogs turned down at Bradford-Union Area'V -Tecb. Center t
the weigh-in. staff. ra- Y J, 1
Total weight of pigs In the sale was Anthony Redding, B-4H SOS .
10,854 pounds. Total sales were 'pounder. $1.71 per pound purchased '''J''fr?1
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$21,137 at bid. The average per poundwas by Bradford County courthouse'-. f, '
$1.95. Add-ons totaled $7,500, for flcials: County Judge George Pierce,
an over-all average of $3.64 per Property' Jimmy Alvarez, -. T '
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pound. Clerk Gib Brown, and Sheriff Dolph j .
The other 51 pigs were shown by: Reddish : ..
Jamie Carver, B-4H, 205 pound pig Randy Balkcom,B-4H: ,224 pounder F '4 .1 '
which sold for $1.81 per pound, pur- $..87 per pound, purchased by PublixSupermarkets.
chased by Alligator Creek Ranch. : '. :
John Reichert, B-4H, 239 pounder, Tract; McIUe., B-FFA I ,* 187,
$2.02 per pound purchased by Com- pounder, $1.68 per pound; purchased Grand Champion, Champion Pig...
munity State Bank of Starke. by Alligator Creek Ranch. : David Reichert Bradford
Frank Sheffield' B-FFA 204 Michael Beardon. U-FFA? 210 ''Thursday night Just after Debbble Sweat. Union FFA member showed the reserve Champion pig,a
pounder, $.,66 per pound, purchased pounder, $..85 per pound,purchased Mils America, Debra Sue pound Spot. Buyer Is High Crosby of Publlx Supermarket
by Florida Bank at Stark by Farmers It Dealers Bank of Lake. .
Donna Moody, B-4H, 190 pounds, Butler. Alligator Creek Ranch.
$1.72. purchased by Alligator Creek Chris Nettles' U-UL, 228 pounder, Mark Hodges, B-FFA,191 ,
Ranch. $1.65 per pound purchased1' by $1.82 per pound,
Glen Underhill, B-4H, 196 pounder, Gainesville Livestock Market.' Alligator Creek Ranch. ; Knowledge of Experience
$1.69, purchased by'Alligator Creek .Sam Norris B-4H, 200 pounder, Missy Allen, B-FFA, 201
Ranch. $1.81 per purchased by Florida $1.71 per pound, purchased by
Tommy Crosby, B-FFA, 206 Bank at pStarkeound.. ; ford school board members that with of
pounder, $1.96 per pound, purchased Tommy Balkcom._ B-411' 198pounder Hall J.R. (Jim) Lawson, sympathetic understanding grows years serv
by Bradford County Telegraph.Will ".92 per pound purchasedby parrish. to families from every walk of life. The staff of the
Andrews U-FFA, 235 pounder, Creek finch.r' Cristi!Crosby, U-4H, 222 Funeral Home serves each family,from this profess
$2.02, purchased by PublU Super- Susan Peugh B-4H, 197 pounder, per pound,purchased by experience and modern I knowledge. Our. staff
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markets. $1.70 Starke.
Krlsty Starling. B-FFA, 200 Alligator per Creek Rand.. by Rhonda Sue Alvarez'; the family of many details, maintaining the
pounder, $ pound, purchased Pam. Andrews, U-FFA, 196 pounder $1.81, purchased by standards of honor and integrity as a basis of all
by Florida Banat Starke. pounder,'$1.81 per pound purchased Bank at Starke, rendered.
Annette Balkcom, B-4H, 205 by Publix Supermarkets. Lisa Mosley, B-4H. 210
pounder, $1.92, purchased by Andrian Williams, -FFA. 212 $1.82 per pound, purchased by attention is'always assured.
Alligator Creek Ranch. pounder, $1.86 per pound, purchased munity State Bank of Starke.
Andy Tison, B-4H, 214 pounder, by Howard & Riherd Construction of Shane Tyler U-4H, 217
$1.62 per pound purchased by Lake Butler. $1.70 per pound, purchased by FUNERAL HOME
Farmers It Dealers Bank of Lake. Belinda Melson, 'B-FFA\ 219 Credit Service of Alachua. '
Butler. pounder, $1.81 per pound, purchased Andy Smith, B-4H, $2.12 Hwy 100 Keystone Heights ,
Chuck Goodowns, B-FFA, 199 by Alligator Creek Ranch. $t:90: per pound,
pounder, $1.89, purchased by Lucky Leaf..H Club, 189 pounder, Madison Stock Yards. 473-3176 :+
Alligator Creek Ranch $12.W per pound,purchased by Publix Andy Roach, B-4H., ,231 po ,
Debbie Moody B-4H, 202 pounder, Supermarkets. $..70 per pound, purchased by
$1.80 purchased by Publix SUper- Randy -Underhn{;' >>-4H," 210 ,munity State Bank of Starke. f aridacustooat! builder with 40
_ markets. '", 'I .rI.tiina.. k Powider..JAO per Pound..IIIII'Cbaud, grcia;'Brown. H 204 "' years
I David Harris, U-4H, 218 pounder, by Allisator Creek Baneh -;n. ",,J-; ;; ( '. nnd j) 'r ..J'f"
$1.69 per pound, purchased by Columbia Wes Moody, B-4H, 221pounder,. gator ..; oak Rancli.' : r' *- ** -;', ; '
Livestock Market. $1.82 per pound,, purchased by (See More Pig.... : Griffis/ & Sons


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t'1.,11'. ,.'....' :"' 'I!J '1Korean 1'1 1' I 41 I'", J"." t.. .1., "
I tMar'y Lessle Slke" Lake City after 'an extended Illness. and Lisa Thomas. J t,*when she moved to:. the Lake Butler War.Survivors' Tangtewood# Nursing Home of Lake
:! Mary Leads Sikes 84, of Mrs. Kearce had lived most of her life Graveside funeral services will be? t.community She was a housewife and Include his ,wife,. Mrs. .
Keystone. Heights,died Tuesday mor- In Union County and was a Member of. held Friday, April U, at U a.m.with \ira member "of the Trinity Baptist Kay Anderson: ,Crawford of Lake City.A native of Bradford County Mrs.
ning, April 13, In Bradford Hospital the Church of Christ, Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating. Arf'+'? ,'Church. Butlevt\ / ,his# ):zzngthtrp Mr". Eva. Parker; was a member of Gainesville
following a long Illness. Survivors Include chle Tanner Survivors Include Crawford f (BuUertwo Church God and
1 two daughters Funeral Home os Starke' one daughter; of! Lake ,of a retired. nurse's.
Born In Fitzgerald, Ga., Mrs. Sikes Ina Kelly of Lake City and Betty June. U !in Charge: of arrangements. ,' 'i", Mrs. Jerri Crawford of Lawtey; one. daughters! Donna Hunnicutt of i Lake aid
was a life long resident of Jackson- Kearce of Wheaton III,; four sons, 1 son Ricky Vierling of Lake Butler; Butler and Pam Eilers of Columbus, Survivors Include three daughters
villa .Beach, moving to Key tone' Carl E. Kearce, Shelton Kearce; Jim Joseph"Joe"Pentecost ". r one brother J.E. Norman of Miami; Texas three sons, John Trowell of Mrs. Coin Mae Kelly and Mrs
Heights In February of this year Kearce and Frank Kearce Jr., all of Joseph "Joe" William ,Pentecost; .I''two sisters, Mrs Doris Ricks 'of 'Columbus Texas, Dale Crawford of Margaret Irene Dick-, both of Lake
where she "was a member of the Neptune Lake Butler; two sisters Dorothy ,.83. of Starke, died Monday, April 11, Orlando and Ms..Dorothy Norman of Eagle Lake, Texas. and Jack D.. Butler and Mrs. Madelyn Yvonne:
Baptist Church Moran of Palmetto and Daisy Deweyof at the Veterans ,Administration Michigan; five grandchildren. Crawford, Jr. of Lake Butler two Thomas' of Gainesville; two sons
Survivors, Include one daughter Lacoochee; five grandchildren;; 10 Hospital In Gainesville! following. an"I i Funeral services were held brothers Otis Crawford 'of Michael' Parker of Macclenny and
Mrs.. Darlene Thornton of Keystone great grandchildren and six great extended illness. Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. In the Chapelof Gainesville and Vanlce Crawford of' James, Parker of Gainesville; one
Heights! ; .one sister Mrs. Nellie great grandchildren. A native of Alabama, Mr.Pentecost Archer Funeral Home of Lake Irwlnton, Ga.; four sisters, Mrs. Doe' brother, Lonnie L. Parker of
Yaroshek of St. Petersburg; two Funeral services) ..were held was the son of the late Joseph Leon' Butler with Rev. L.E. Peterson and He McLeod, Mrs. Colene Lattie, both Brooker; 18 grandchildren, 19 great
grandchildren,, Randall Arlen Thorn Wednesday, April 13, at i p.m. In Ar. and Velma Davies Pentecost, forrtier1 Rev. Michael Norman' officiating. of Lake Butler; Christine Osborne of grandch Idren.
ton/and Jennifer Arlene Thornton; cher Funeral Home Bro pioneer residents of Alabama; was a Burial was in Dyal\ Cemetery under Miami and Mrs: Virginia Stallings of Funeral services were held at 4
and two nlec8ll.Grav8lllde Greg Smith officiating. Burial was in 'veteran World War II and the U.S. the direction of Archer Funeral Home Lake City and five grandchildren. pm. Tuesday at Dedan Baptist
,- funeral services'will be Mt. Zion Cemetery with! Archer. Army was a member of the Church* of Lake Butler. Funeral services will be held Thursday Church In Brooker with Rev. Leslie
'b j Thursday, April 14, at 11 a.m.In Funeral Home In charge. of God faith and was employed as a April 14/ at Zp.m. In Archer Thomas, and. Rev. Alvin Lane of
,tit.i Evergreen Cemetery In Jacksorn salesman until ill health forced his Jack D. CrawfordJack Funeral Home with Rev. J.R. ficiating. Burial was In Dedan
Vine with Rev. Donald Scheets of.tlelatlna. ,retirement. Danlal Crawford M, of Lake McLeod officiating Burial will followin Cemetery in Brooker under the direc-
Visitation was held at thee Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Butler, died Tuesday morning at his Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Archer tion of Fraser Funeral Home of Mac-
pJIO' ( H. Hewell and Son Funeral Mrs. Myrtle Dukes Bertha Pentecost; one daughter,Mrs.':' residence after an apparent. heart at.tack. Funeral Home of Lake Butler In clenny
JIome on Main Street in Jacksonville Mrs.. Myrtle Dukes, 84, ,of Wor- Donna Marr;, one sister,Mrs. Belly .' charge arrangements.. .
,with Jones Funeral Home of Stark In thlngton Springs died Saturday nightIn Turnbow of Melbourne, and .one4 A life long resident of Union County,
Charge of arrangements. the Lake Shore Hospital Lake City grandson. Air. Crawford was a retired barber; Annie Lee ParkerMrs. ')\ "
following an extended Illness. Funeral services will be held Thurs: was 'a member of, Trinity Baptist Llnnle Lee Parker: 77, of / : jOtl
.' Born in Georgia Mrs.Dukes movedto day. April t4, at 1 p.m. at the Church.' Church and was a veteran.,of the Gainesville died Saturday April 9, In
Ethel Mathilda Plucker Union County in her early life of God In Stark,with Rev. Walter: ,: tJrtPe.tl.ng ,
Miss where she has resided since. She was Montx and Rev. Gene Bass ofRelating. < .- -
Ethel Mathilda Plucker,93, of
'Jacksonville, died the widow of the late Drew Dukes. Burial will be in Brown:.
Sunday afternoon
was a housewife and member of the .
a Cemetery In Starke under the direction
April 10! In the Green Cove Geriatrics
(; Primitive Baptist. Church ,(New of Archie Tanner .Funeral Home .SUPER 'SALE
,! BornfinlConneectticut Miss Plucker Hope. ), 'of Starke. -

moved to Lake Geneva In 1953 where '
Survivors Include one daughter,
she had retired as a bookkeeper and Mrs. Grace Mason of Atlanta Franklin D.Sheering Won't
was! of the Episcopal faith! sister Ethel Dickerson of Ellebell.; one' Riverview''Franklin Dale Sheering, 39, of: They Last_ Long At These Prices!
Fla., died at his residence'
Ga.; three brothers M"'. Lanier of
Wednesday e,following a brief .
o Miss Plucker Is survived by a niece, Cornwell. N.Y.t Foye D. Lanier of Illness. April ,
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M... C. of Pooler, Ga. and Seaton A. Lanier of ,
Shirley Dupris. Phonotossa A native of Unlontown,Penn.,he attended -, ; I
"Y Jones Brunswick, Ga. school there and moved to I I1
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was employed) by
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Heights was in charge of ark Funeral services were held Tues- I --
.. emellta, day at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of ArcherFuneral Sunbeam Bread Company until he-- I
moved to Riverview three
years ago.,
Home of Lake Butler with t.
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Mr. Sheering was of the Baptist faith; :
:JameS M.Schwartzwalder Elder O.M. Yarborough officiating. Survivors Include Bill. Special
Burial in one son, lil I
was New Primitive
James Michael Schwartzwalder, Baptist Church. Archer Hope Funeral Sheering of Jacksonville; five : Whit of j Discounts on VOLUMEIn
75,,'of Crystal Lake near Keystone' .Home of Lake Butler was in charge of daughters. Mrs. Linda Griffin, Mrs.: .l
Heights died Sunday, April 10, In the Wanda Sapp, Mrs. Ann Testone, and Maytag Wishers
Family In lieu
'Putnam arrangements request Mrs. all of Starke and eS this day and age bargains
Community Hospital following .- of flowers be Becky Fairish : Dryers
contributions made to
a long Illness.: New Association. Mrs:Carol Ward of Wildwood; three; ROOM AIR AHJIU92 are'few and far between but
Cemetery
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Born In Callipolls, Ohio, Mr. : sisters, Mrs. Lois Kromwall and Mrs. CONDITIONERSOOOBTUhr carpet Is still one of the best buys'I I
;Schwartzwalder was a retired farmer' Patty :Shyrock both of Tucson Ariz,! that you can find. Carpets are
f i.and. had moved to Crystal Lake and' William Alien Thomas ,Mrs.. Mary Beth Wlltbanks of ordered In large quantities and
/ William Allen' Thomas, 69. 'of Chandler Ariz brother,John W. 115 Volt
was, of the Methodist faith. i.one $ are sold on a volume scale that
.Starke died early Tuesday morning Sheering of Houston Texas> his i98 to
Schwartzwalder Easy Insta llon enables the manufacturer
Mr. la survived by; April 13, at Bradford Hospital following mother, Mildred Sheering of Tucson, ,
control on rising
one sister, Mrs. Pat,H. Bradley'off maintain more
an extended Illness.. Ariz.;,u grandchildren also survived' Largest Selection other items
!Keystone heights Graveside funeral ,services, were.'. costs than with many
Fwieral'services "were held .at Born and raised'In LaCrosse,. Mr. held Saturday, April 9, in Santa Fe,> of Brand Names that you find skyrocketing
',Wau -HaileyWood Funeral" HomeIn Thomas' was' the' son of the"late 'Cemetery with Rev. Robert Gillis of GAS GRILLS! because of inflation.
GalUpoUs. Ohio, on ,Wednesday William Lee and Mary Shaw) Thomas ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral Patio Kitchen Check our prices today. A
,April 13. Burial was in Gallipolls former pioneer residents of LaCrosse. Home of Starke was in charge of ar l Ducane Gas GrillOmega ,e .0 courteous salesman can find you
Cemetery. Jones Funeral. Home of Mr.Thomas was a veteran of World rangements. Patio Kitchen the carpet that Is suitable to your
Keystone Heights was in charge,of; 'War II,was retired from the civil service II-X needs at a price that you can af' ,
In Jacksonville Naval Air Stationas Broilmaster
.local arrangements.Mabel WUalotetplatedeook- 78 ford. For dependability, it Is the
a mechanic and was a member of
the' New Baptist ,Church In Pearl N. Gordon Jacuzzi inti r.Ie. Fl.zeChlc carpet industry that constantly
Hope ....., .,- strives to keep its volume up and
,AIachua' County Mrs. Pearl Norman Gordon, 71, of Large Selection set
Catherine Kearce Lake Butler died afternoon Mi. hog prices down.
Monday
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Mrs. Mabel Catherine Kearce. 84, Mr.Thomas survived by one son* at her home after*a sudden Illness: "'- turner
of Lake Butler died Monday morning* Steven Allen Thomas of Keystone : Born In Lawtey Mrs. Gordon moved and Parts.iMtM atfuttiMi) cooklnf' Teal Tile

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SERVICES LARGE TWO STORY' rtOUIfiV" ESTATE Get' 'Results r,.'., ; ?FOIt.... SALE! ,...Y' :;. I fOR $ L' '; I ,., .,NOTICE MISCELtANIQUS
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AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY, MACHINE fOR garage. 7500. ''n._"..: LOOKING r6ft a special UI I.an sand eettomedMlllcrest.. ,'Isis yvVi a* Is: Engine CLASSIFWO. ADVERTISINO BINOO. AMERICAN'
i AND SATURDAY 7:30: p.m. RENT Union County Times, financed. Cal: ."'.3137. piece of prope Idon't i Lull* Butler $800 need repair. $200 or best should be submitted. to the LEGION HALLSr-3liSar n>
In Mocclenny, Florida. 85 SW 2nd Ave.. lake tchg 4/14. hove I*..I'll ffIndif,t I/ CBS +hantoi $ ER IM BA .- per month.1' .?. Call. 4737483. ,4/14 ......Region Monitor office days. f. p.m. and Sundays
'Hauler and Buyers 'ut''.". Phone 496-2261 for CALADIUM BIMBSl 30 cent o.kJ....JANE .. USHER Garage, u,||. tm_i IJM ?,. ; Pits ,9-4aaB or Itcho + In,writing and paid In advance .., p.m.: Public I lnvlt-.:J,4/7"
wolcome. Call 259-2425 or more Information TFN each, or S3 per dozen REALTOR ....2126 or ft. $27.000, $14OOcIo_. By 413.41. ,tiles .. p..... 47tfvschg 1 Runs SEAItCi'riding mower. unless credit" I* tfnchg. ; .
#S9-447I for more Information. 10/1. Large 1 gallon, llouslrum 496-2903. eves,. 'your: Owner/:SRD 231 S SW 12 St. '' J' good, Colt 473IW1.1M. ,already established with ALCOHOLICS 7ANONYMOUSi :'y<
I 4tchg beg. 2/24. STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT 11.50. silver' Dollar Union' County R.gitory tin ," ..'', WM43SS, ,SRALiTIFiDI' LAKE1; GENIVAcce .. IBAYM HOUSSt an en* 'nil., offle., ; Closed
YARD WORK DONfi Cleaning Approximately MO square Eucalyptus Tree 750. I-7U-4I49 ** lot* from $5,500, ocr 'overlooking' tall' 'MONITOR bA'' ''CAN meetings Monday/I. p.m."
and mowing, reasonable feat for additional Infor- Contrary Mary' Garden $SOlI'' dawn; $71.74 per "ookl ". AC/CH. full NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE! Open meeting Friday B
!fates. Also Aluminium motion call 4962261. TFN. ra.. ... .... : -. -. - .. - -_. month. Discount. ......... FOR
buy St. Rd. 121. LOCra.... : ... -...,., "W.. .. on entire .11 annllanca Lewdawn MISTAKES IN p.m. Alr-wn, Monday B
cans, brass and cooper Call THRU BEDROOM APT In Phone 4621561. Closed 10 oc_. One waterfront iii'm: Call i, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN! AD IS p.m. AII meeting. at
Leroy StQlve '496-2773:/ lake Butler $120 par Sunday and Monday. : : BuBlnsi Opportunity : t 1 lots Call 473-4373, 4/7 I-000-B47-4I29 weekday. TAKEN OV"R THI Educational Building Community
2tpd 3317.. month. Phone 496-217. 3tchg. Convcnlonc. tfnchg CHOW AIRfDAll PUPPMSi3Vi TELEPHONE: Church 473-2790
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NEED HOME CLEANED Experienced Reference needed.WANTED. COMMERCIAL,PROPERTY Classified '
TRAVEL TRAILER! 20 year *n Month. old. Very deadline\ .Is .75.2130.7 tfnchg
maid, 496-3221. old. fair conditlon-$$23. : For L..ai.. I corner of Lewrenc Blvd.end .. health,. Excellent watch' Tuesday -.- prior, lo OVEREATERS, ANONYMOUSNo
reasonable ,Qt... Itchg. 2tchg ./7 4/14. ': Flamingo near 51.100and dog. CoII.1J.M761tcho': Thursday publication duo*. fee or weigh' In*,

4/14. PARAKEETS FOB $ALI. : eNeoaJ _.ht doeler with i..... Irs.rh./ing. ...".... SR-21 Intersection, IOHP BEARS TRACTOR.MOWtRt !. Minimum charge. to 15 Open m.tings, TuMOy's,
r S7.M.Phone 496-2139. TFN .' Stare currently eempaay ep.roted. t 4-separata .!fIc. complexe toll or' trade for ward for $>.7', than 10 "7:30 p.m. Community.
INSURANCE 4/14. ., *: comer lot with entrances fishing boat with cent for each ward Church
eCopIteI required tar grocery I*......,.' motor.SIARi !Educational
WILL PAY CASH For your NEW LISTINGS Lake Butler, : ': No goad will I or franchise toe*. High ......_leeeNea en 3-sldes of 30, 'Inch LAWN tf\oraofter. Building' ;, Keystone
fi MAINE INSURANCE ACENJ used mobile home. Ray Small acreage on lake ,.' available.. h ..... Butler and I...... building. Owner financed, SWEEPER. $3*. 1977 PERSONAL Heights 473.2790, 4/7
CVi 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake Powell 496-3377. 41127.1in front. Worthington SprIngs : Call Coll.ctt lid>ow.llAr I' with low Interest' rat. Call CHRYSLER NEW YORKER tfnchd, "
..> -Butler.4963978. Compl.t. : Very neat 3 bedroom .. Cod.. 473-4920 or' 473-3411 .,7' $3500 or trade for truck SERVICES ,liNGO Lions Club across
3; InftilrniMftMrulcM' TIM home on SR 121. Kolford: 3 ; 13C703030PKirc .i' tfnehg equal value. .,S..6,.. from high school Tu soys,
Bedroom Brkk( 27000. ,'. '' '. ". .. >" TWO ACID LANDi m Dao,. 4/14 ItchgCHICKEN Early Bird 7 p.m.: Regular' ,
'"weed' Hills,3 Miles earth.f '
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AND MASONRY 7:30 : Public'
'F FERminR lee sale, : p.m. Invited..
Keystone Height: Lend I hdsered
Indepde... [ ., .has utility, pes.> by pick. -rp .lend. Pri., ...., WORK Building, patios.additions 4/7 tfnchg.

Classified Ads 'Do.I..service ,i' J'ressure Washing septk tank end deep well Sun. Rd IB and East of homo and tile..remodeling work. free, '

I Get Results By the .ably tho .....,. Mobile Homes! Term with IMP pump.. SI1.0OO.. 2hg4/l4 Kompfon. "'107. 4/07 estimate. Phone 473-4473 YARD SALEFRI.

.-.-. l Ns f... .......'..._ Houses, Stucco, etc ] .".10' negetleble..*.. Ashley'or CARPENTER during day. 4/7' tfnchg WORK ., SAT.I April 15,16, from
High Quality WetS us Dekle 9-tlll. Lot 6f
473.4165 112 South Breed FOR RENT nice baby
REALTOR For Sal. .---." ,.rIc... Street, Cairo. O*.. 91711.91IJ77494 cabinets Remodeling end work trim, Kicn9ntryi things, a crib bosilnett.
3 BR Concrete Block' 4a-IOU Free Estimates .r OFFICE carpets. misc. Ham. Orchid: Avo..acres .
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JANE S. USHER trimmed In brick. locatedat 9U-I94-OII9. 1/3/''/20 Lawrence .*WS. Next facing doer Call 473-2477 Reasonable offer price 3:90. from bo..bolllJ.ld.
720 NE 3rd. St. near I, 4/14 tchg
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to Andrew Drug Alsos.wsd CARPET AND VINVll t.palrs'and ,
Your Union County Realtor Lake. ft. SHASTA CAMPIIt largo office for InstallationsFr.e'' SAT.I Apr. 16.. beginning of

I "".2126 or 496-2903 2 II)4'x)4'7 i A/C. pane potl. !fee box. rent m roar of building.! ..........*. Ton years ..- 9 ..m. Keyslana \Club
340 W. Main St..Lake Butler ene-12'x17.' Living. room, Appllance..palr sleeps' 4 adult and 2 facing. Flamingo. Call porience. Call 4734217end Estates, fallow signs. 4/14
13'x20' dining room. i children.11230 negotiable. .73-34l1.n tfnchg ask for Craig, 4/14-78 Itchg'
12'x72', kltch. 12'.12': All Work Guaranteed 473-2811 or Jacksonville. OFFICE SFACB.downlown SUZJCS A newly. IkonsedNrtlrement .
den IJ'xJO1 with fireplace.' .1 268-2894. 3/31-4/14: 3tpd next to .r -----
'100-I7S Acrei. Front' New River, 'In Union County. | W/W All Brand.Including Mkreweve ... NOUSs Melrose area. Keystone Stole Farm ham has been, RIcharcTs. Raoflhti 1
hardwood
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appliance '
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1.76 acre of land. $1 0/Me; Keystone Mont In 'Iorlda.I I'Rerooflnfl I
4 II. 2 IA Cent. H/A en 1 Ac. : ((904). )B4-6I74. 'Owner finance with dawnpayment. Hampten. B Repair .
George langley Height. Realty '"c.j; offer th. following erC '
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IVk 10 Acre Homeslte Owner Financed.. I, Call,. 473.1560 or Mobile Homo .
4962505Brine REALTOR; 4734961. 4/7 vices 24 hour Reel'
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15 Acts wooded. Owner Financed. -.-.- '1 473-4753. 4/14 Itchg tfnchg2BR hot meal, semiprivaterooms.i
I'A I 3 Acre Owner finance. No down pmt. BUBBLI TOPPER for mail .. IBATH HOUSli unfur- Free Estimate I
10.' Ac.... Wooded fenced, cross' -f.nced.. Ideelham.'I. | -
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... : f 100. Call 473-4558. 4/14
Pin. avail. Used Mobile Homes < Itpd.XBR atmosphere to ambulatory
I" 2 Idrm. MH with one acre. Financed.. Small dawn | Jon BLand Itpd IBATHi mobile homo. senior cltlxen*. Phone
payment and aMum. -.. Fill 2 & 3 Bedrooms 20ft. AQUA PATIO BOAT furnished with washer and 4682619.1.455. 4tchg. 1
Nice large lot In attractive Hampton Oaks off US 301 1976.40hp.. Mercury dryer S3OO/_.' plus $100 BABY tmiRi will keep Redfearn's.U'.II
South. 'Install now septic tank. meter B1995. Cell deposit. Call 473-2747 children In my home night'
1911 MH 3 I.. 1 BA. look brand new. Small down. I Repair drain (Una* B Filter On.full year warranty 473-3111 day. 473-7317 Mon.-Frl. '9-6 'p.m. and and weekend. Call.
bed.*. night 4/14 1 tch.., Saturday: '.1. ./7.28 473-2817 VICES'I
2-$tory Hau. .2 BA. Price reduced. Make offer. Completely RocondltkinarJ 4Khg 4/14-28 atchg.. :
I 30-90 Ac. Farm. Many Possibilities.' Reduced.. Pump Septic tank GO-CARTl 3'Ahp., $100. FOR RENT-WHITE SANDS I

Very attractive' 3 BR, 2 BA home on 1 Ac. In town j Pumping Hook-up a. John D. Brown 4/14 Phone tfn 473-2692 LAKE*2BR.. 1 bath screen HELP '47343401OT.

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Repair $3OOmonth..Keystone
Own. may finance.FmHA 1976 PLYMOUTH. Valarl parch. WANTEDLICENSED ., + .
:;; Houses far Sale. Home Center Inc. tatlonwogon. clean,"new .Inc. Nights Realty ,:47313521BspHrsWIrUjer'
275-2197 ,* REALTOR 473-491.
Home on small farm In Providence.' tiro*. automatic transmission. 4/14 tfnchg

S :.Hog- Farm.L SR-2i 47J-377S Keystone : A/C. $1895. 'Call :t.... IBATH. house on lake COSMOTOLOOISTi Full orl
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i 473-3111 days 4737317nights. Oonova. Furnished part time. Call 475-2211 I '
Do,'*' Hair Clinic' 4/7 .
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TodayCall Janice,',4962261 Call Doris: 473-2210 CaI1 Monte; 964-6305 f .Clay CsunliuL.atsuc0 .. ,

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PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS TRUCKSONE FOR RENT FOR RENTMIMOSA' '
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19.7 4x4 WILLYS PICKUP. wN.7i"'Dodi; RENT A NEW BALDWIN RENT TO'OWNi. Or rant HIGH RtOOE' ESTATES. 2 i Steve Broadway !
Good rubber. PIANO for child only MANOR MOBILE :
now brakes, your month _tho 1
sale on trade $800. Coronet station wagon. I $.22.50plu.; small to' Office'furniture bedroom trailer far rant. HOME PARK. Mobile TREE SERVICE, ( !
1.2 & 3 Bedroom Arts. 964-5073 .318 eng. 52.000 original' typewriters, Call 473-237B. 4/14 tfnS homo and far
964-85O4. spaces rent
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From '150' to '29 ?" tin miles, luggage. rack no and moving applies to calculator Have one BEDROOM TRAOSRt Have Recreational' vehlcloiwelcomo. / Removal 1

IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY rust Ilk. new. $2,000. .. Panama MusK.punrhos. heavy duty copying. access to dock, Sampson Phone 46B-2912 Trimming i
JEEPS FOR $44 through the' 46S-2750. Hampton. Itpd Oaks Mall Gainesville.: .machine' available THE lako. Mostly furnished.Call 9/16 tfn Free Estimate i
'Gt: 1530 W. \ladlson U.S. Government Get the 4/14 FORD 37B ;3626aU/11 tfn OFFICE SHOP, 110 W. Call 964-"" or 964-640B MOSitI106011 FOR RENT AFirewood
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Subscribe! 9647865. Itpd 4/14 Calculator/.1" Also hove tfnchg a 0 P.M., : ;
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I COUNTIyaUI Subscribe Today. heavy daty Stove, IN COUNTRY Trailer let 2 Tampl.Mo'.I. : ""J !
copying refrigerator $175 month mile 964-7357. '"* K.y.ton.H.lphtg !
lot I BRADFORD out nice lawn
Building over ocre.S9.500. machine/ los rent THE OfFICE EOW/tfn' i IIc. ....t )
$100 security. depolt. No shade, all utilities. Prlva,.. ...inswra4... .. 1 ;
terms. COUNTY CYPRESS STREET SHOP. .'0 W. Cat!St;, CLEAN MOBflJ HOMES for -- .........
ERA FAULKNER REALTY944MMS FLORIDA pot and reference. 64-6365.. Itpd'/14
MARINE lto..... 9645764. tin
TELEGRAPH Landmark Home on 964-7181. 4/14 Itcha FURNISHED TRIPLEX rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close \
f 964-6305 I beautiful large land I & RBERGLASS MOBILI HOMEs' Two ,THREE ROOMS and bath furnlshed furnished, .three room Nicely to prison' Call 468-1323 Sub.cribe-Tod ji
.t bedroom. 94-5361 10/07 tin.
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K Si I scoped lot ,104 W. Brawntot Road 964-6112.2117 tfnSubscrlee apt. light and hat and both. utilities furnish. i WITHIN CITY IWtrrSi 9 ER, LAKE REGION)
e P5o ._.....-* FARM IRA FAULKNER REA1TY '984-4613 Tedeyl water Included. $160 plus .... Private yard and en 2* IA ......... $373 per MONITOR :
; On Crawford Road 50 $SO security/ deposit. no trance. No children-No 'mo. .
r ''' $200 security depositrequired. .
FRAME HOME acres with Cedar t 'I06IB FIBERGLASS REPAIR Classified Ads pat. '1648071.4 Itpd' 964-5464.4/14 Call .....7404 -

,;Just outside city limits; 3 Cypress Home. .a.2' Get Results M tsp and ask. far David or Eddie.

.. BR. 1 B, $16,500. ERA FAULKNER REALTY erwuoa FURNISHED BUNGALOW! After S P.M., call 9647769. O'j
.ERA FAULKNER REALTY Ulflltle furnished.' $170 4/14 tfnchgFURNISHED
i ,,,.SOU B>KJ 944-S06S KEYSTONB ARIA LAWTEY AREA month: Phone ',....7255. ,

IB IB J I' .c,... t ,a.rei :2 story home on 4 acre PORTABLE:' 'Itpd 114MOBILE One APARTMENT. j
with ,......... OOl.rtwtro. NOME Unfurnished bedroom Heat and
LSJ '....00. I highway frontage ..... I .. 01,; '964.S74.' 4/14
.* Send PH. $13.*
20.5 ACRES ERA FAULKNER REALTY5.51 / WELDING' C/H. Hwy 1* I. Call MOBILE HOME) Furnlshed o

L PAVED ROAD With largo frame home '*...1061 964IB ONE 1' -727."tpd4/4' or unfuml....... 2 .
bedroom, 2 both. 1 Also Fill Dirt BEDROOM APART
with lot
Great location 'r' ,M on Orlffl. loop $175 ,
acre nice garden area. L l LH nw.'o.-' MINT A/C. heat and furnlshad. -
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of highway frontage on mo.. $100
I $32.500. R M .onabl4 Rats deposit. Cell
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14IGHWAY.25' month ..n,.
'ELWOOD Accepting op'plication -
PADGETT Suns ,
ERA FAULKNER and THE
REALTY Monday.
,..-S065 ERA FAULKNER REALTY BROOKE Near lawtay 20 acres In 46$. Bradford Village 964-8704.. Idle 4/14 ,
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(Si 9SSH ''4-SOe5 Doubl'.wide moblla posters' f_'" Hampton. Motel. 4/14' Hnchg a BEDROOM HOUSE $250 r BREAKTNROUGN "
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La homo an lOOTxIOO' lot APARTMENT 2 month" Call '... .7.24. / ,
2'.....00. .2'r...:_: readye move Into. F-SOI t64.10" ffm Bedroom;; 'heat, ,A/C. Itchg 4/14 .- NEW USED OUIOY1

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3 sell..", LA.AymIIT.11T ull.n'Iot.., priced to building.1/2 .c,LAWtEY.19900.with block" ERA FAULKNER,........REALTY. 115/CROSBY LAKE Nwta LOT-. C & C WinTStorasc! Classified. .Ads, Get Results IL JUST 64.63Ot CAlL j


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nwuos oI.-. t bath' mobile home' m Il ;:1st' MwWi12 off :OMMERcIAL &'RESIDEIITIAL

J WHISPERING PINES BEAUTIFUL'Building Recently remodeled.Good J I 6x12 10x12 :10x12 12x18 e Professional Mowing plant Shaping e }

II :ocro. devblewlde. fur site. 3 acr.*'011 location term M.dtMdt. inquIre at)IIiuki-Kalrasaid, Edging it: Raking '
,nlshed whtt many....... paved rood $13,200. avqllable. of Starict
IRA FAUIKNIR REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY ERA Hi DAd1, f Kwy 301 8. 904-1020 .
.: ,.... FAULKNER REALTY9e4S04S And 6 opartmerit. all furnlshed. .
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$...500.< -moy 1 -- -
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JS5.'", '2j .....100' = .'.....,. 964-" ."..ei7S'x Cutlet Jlaiirki;;tawIati. of Starke i "' \

r_ sensation of Suzuki 782-3559'
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(orge 3 BR, .2 B frame 3 ......._. I bath, home enters .2 lake hoe furnlshed .'. pa"' Mm for IMS'THE
4iomei; good owner liner { WM OP SUPEK BKES :
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on 2 lovely mobile home, can; REtW "
acres paved 3$116011 tw 11 9.IS.s4B. } .. ..d ,
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1 'Sing..' I rood. move In"Immediately. Excellent lOOf lot,,'..6oD.City I F Nasty, mseSe,, ,.
THE ALL NEW 790 CUSS MQE(
term*. wQtmr C sewer available
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'f'aS1' HU065 ........ .. 9e4-SOS' THE GN1M. UWTWBBMT ECONOMY COMMUTER i

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heese ref HIGHLAND AREA I!"alerts N.2'. :
e_.................._ In Forest. Height OTA Income 'reported ''Slnglewlde Mobil Home' f "WM; PMfCE1 CAII'T. ii EAr: "' '''' (

A weeded lend, ....... ed ffrepl backyard.,3IR,2B/eaa Owner will finance with with build. -..., plus .Wuy II' Ilk t $tt>rk5, PiUI. .14.$020p + .1vy. ist. aii4 2nd Mongog.s on
Terris very flexible terms" -" ........:.........Imotoo'i' xt r- :: Itom.i. "
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44.506. [ (Si"61S06S m IIA.AUlKHIUEALTY .ED A FAULKNER REALTY .From. Individuals.. < 111 IR 961.f06t .1.,...
: L.J.3 964-SOef I an14/san ,
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three bedroom I M. bath TAOE I -i ,
( LAFAYETTE STREET NOTMWOOD
I brick.' Appliance* tnctudled. I Wlih'......... ....... one *. .....,.."' ...' I ..-J\, ,'Beautiful, \ buUdlm lot., t I REFRt4 f ; :;:i
Out of town- Can.- 'acre let. Include other" Irs me.: .taw: ';..".. atre. 4.000. ; fjuellentBRA i .81611 ,1ESTIM \ rit-o'wiirs i aan2 for''Home t I
,hoot end oW. A_ building' for storage and. IU.9M.ERA ", f+rIM I\. : ,IIt4'': $.;I J; ", i> .j, ll9aprfsvelT2ents: &'BUI <<
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'+ 'WANTED' WANTEDAPPLICATIONS .
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'. ,j u ; ; FIIIIYYOCD FOR SALE Oak 'USED ALUMINUM PLATESi ,
..,.. ,. INha.: "REAL ESTATE tAlBSMOPHi! ., BEINO or pine ......'., length 24" to 24x36": 25 cent each. Used rur 111
\ : l work.. ,Interior or ,... Scholarship available. for TAKEN for full time hardware 40' price 1/2 cord $30. In printing newspaper" f lr
\ ,... )Free :esllmote. *. unlicensed| p........*. EH A. man. No phone call. crap firewood oak' or Great for minor repair

\ ",. ". ,price with Faulkner Realty.' 'H**& .' Acme Hardware, 301 E. pine $10 trucklood.. Sum |lobs. Bradford CountyTelegraph. REALTY
; ; ,. Call; HO/Mtfn' Cod Sl.J""'rk.. 4/14 tin shine Acre,'W..t 16 Call 944-4SOS. tfn.RiCONDtTlONlp .
'- ifpol/11 SubMrlbo'TedaytIXPERISNCED, STARES TENNECO haw hirIng < ""' .7699. W* load for you.. TVSt Color ; ,
: AND SONS ElEC- : SAWERi cahi.rspars'and'fulltime.rMud -between 9:30: ...... to 2:30 \ starling at -$100.00.tradein's .

*ol!.*,,-d Ser- anl.d for' "...panellno'.d"'rn.III | be curious end' p.m. ANQ "IJ/16 tfnHEIKIN welcomo..Phon. '
( ; .,' Novy ooen.. North ; ; Salary, dependable, good, with- SONS, 1L1e:- 964-B212. 6/11 tfn PHONE 964-7776 y ,
". ,. /venuebe.lde',. nogollabld; W4"37a.9965.: :' number -Flexible' I ihoUrai ,TRONCIS All Sole' .end CARS $1001 TRUCKS $781 I S eseuu
I..IN" makes ..ndmod.I. 205 N. Stark
Must hovsiroforohce*. required In TERWILLEBtR Templar
"' Resfewrent. Apply .. .on, *.'TV.: microwave, Available at local goVt.
-. ',ef"", *x- 3/24 4hhg14 North Tempi Av*. Good CBs, radio., vldoa garnet, sales, Call (refundabla) i
; ; In, Electronic M YOUR OWN BOM.IWork ,, .}tonal.!. ,pay, advantages, etc. No |lob too small Call 312-931-5337 Ext. 2729 B
I ) 3/3t Ifn' 'from .homo No ,ex-1 possible, to'$3:65: per hour. 9644716. 3/" tfn for your directory on how PREFERRED PROPERTIES
BROTHBRSi, W. ,....ne.. .Over.,:$500 per. .1Khg; 41''''' tWO BEDROOM MOBILE, to purchase. 4/07 4tpd
; houses fireplace wk, plus poy lbl../No' solo ,,fULl. 'n.. ;TIME] HOME One. land tone: .- 4/28 HOMES
acre
: .. .* pits/* 'patio, Vequlrocl. ,Call :, 'MAINTiNANCIiYoungmale .... Garage, 'utility sheds. D.W. MOBILE HOMI on I Iacre. COUNTRY ClUi AREA-N.erly new brick. I tR. 2 .A a
.. You J4ame It. 312.( -9725. .If't.H'2729. at .least 19 porch. $200: month. Call A/C C/H. 3 BR, 2 ever on oc. of 'land. ....pl.c.. Selling Price-ISO,80O.
: 783-3249: ,moving back, 3/24 4lpd 4/14 .. yar, okti' Must bo' '*... 622-5620 or 732-088: ."3/31 baths, closedIn air Aim mtg. of $' 0.190.Ma. pay. .....21 (tax t Int.).
lewney.\ Home 782-31: 6Oj LEGAL, SICIt"AflYno! asd :p.rleneedFgil TIM; tinCHINESE' highway' 1/2 mile 'city, CONNIRIV IStATES-Artractlvo 2 yr. old home on 1
;: 4lpd 4/21: \ for law .firmIn Stark*. COOK: MusT be experlenc- PUGS. One male, 944-5839. 4/07 4tpd 4/2B a*. with ..u...,mtg..5$39.000.. Moo pay $43t (Incl.
? Word ,.... '....01.. Adult (Color .
D/pcos4ng, ed.lntwvlevvlng an! Friday), ono' BUILDING LOTSl Water tax t Int.)
.WANTED p.rl*,",*; ,h.lp."J..nd| .O'lL'! (. la.rwq.r> 'a.rn..anct) ) Fawn. Call Donald,, .sewer gas. access paved .PARKWOOO OFF PRATT ST-lrlck.S yr. old. 3 SR. 2'A.
: return. to P.O. Drawer A.:.,, "''iiPAmU.r\ ;';Sm4Ne! A Itfhg Bagwell after' S p.m. .. strls, nice subdivision LR, DR, K, enclosed g. .go. Soiling price ....000
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Storks, Florida 33091. 3/31 ,'0 ""' .5150. Itpd 4/14 after
1 $7,500 up.9646633. S with anum. mtg. of epproi. 24000. Ma pay S2t9.ll.
i TiRISi) 2 a. ..'-f '4 3teh.; ../14 ., .tAND I FISH a SKI MAT 70 hp.outboard p.m. 4311153.. 4/07 2tchg COUNTRY ClUI-Fretty hem loc'nggalf court 3 a..

i ; *'. W* pick-up)00i, CRUISE SHIP jQ'GI'O' \In.com -' tilt trailer. All extra.ski 4/14 1 A, lovely kitchen completely equipped. Flroplaco,
deliver $141, Olin* potential All oc-> FOdi'SAtE' S229S.equipment Con,.bo etc. plus at 3930 70 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER custom dropt throughout. Mognlllcent grnhouio.Ownr .

; ( Homo Sales;;Hwy.: cupatlon/ .'For, Information' "?'' ''.' ,.., ., ,. S.W. 4th loon Place' $1000 good cond. 430 will fln.llc..

I : ;W' ,torke.. 964:9606-! \ pall 2170.(317)4/07)1'Jtpd 7419780.4/14 ,Ext.. ONE ACRE LOTS Facing R16'W (,olnesvll., PI. :3717773. Center St. Call, 9646210.. KSTATI SAll-Brlck home situated on 4.7 b.autIMacrmi

*' $.bcrlbTodoV'i. '; WORK,! AT ?HOMIi, Job;;, Sopttc'tank, light pole,' MOVING 4/14 2tpd 2-utlllty 4/21 hou .., >BOAT 4/14,Itehg-"motor and traitor. In ft lawty an Ml..' Fenced. barn perfect forhorset
Inst'olUd. farming,
TOOLS-OLD, "" "lIobl.. Substantial ear wM' Suiting 4" channel. Iron mechanic $900. 4311719. 4/07 2tpd
.... 1631
CRYSTAL IAKC HOMESITES-Corner lot. App.
No price $6500: $500 'down.
ex.perlonce.
possible.
PtANESt"Phone, nlngt tools' house andgard.n
: ; ): A q.m..tei 9 p.m. .' Call ((31:1)7419780. : SW.98 mth. ot 15% In* many Item Call 1979 VW DASHERi4-tpeed, .". ft. In homo. S-car *nc. graga, SP S5I.OOO Anum.

; : I 468.i531. V40tfn Dipt. 2120 for I... .trett "fof15 .yeo,... Ph. '....5791. letter John Rd.(23S .' M AC., AM/FM Brown at$3,800.964-8272 Call mtg. $29.424.LAND INVESTMENTS.
& TO ,RBMT TO ,'ormatlon.07 3tpd 4/14', "* .NOt>. |/2" tfn ( ). Itclog 4/1. weekday* or 964-4034
or rent, month to INTERNATIONAL ,OIL'. "'I ACRE LOT on SR-227 toc'lng"Brooks CASE FARM TRACTOR for after 6 p.m. ,4/14 2tchg -SO ACRES on 301 N at Highland Plenty of timber.SP
., Office furniture DRILLBRSt Nova hiring for *'fta':Selllng' price,. ale.. Med/Siio" with $ ft. 4/21. $100.000. 29X down
..*;' calculator ,roughnecks and some field $16.000.' $1.000 down.$22; gush hog and double drag ..30 ACRES-301 N. $*0,000."PINIIONO"Rulldln .
; have on* heavy duty staff, Must train. $20,000 pr _nth. triSK Interest: dl.c ..t. $1395. Phone Ford N Tractor 'lots on Wilton Rd. 20X down.

machine Hurry plu*.. For. Information call Ph. '64212... tin 964. 806. Itchg PIANOand 4/14 With Disk S ,,.. at IOX Int.. .

: .,by'todoy.and check'' .((312)) 920.9675Ext.: .. .. 10 ACRES east of Stork, OLD round UPRIGHT stool Needs repair,' ', $1000 Firm 4.7 ACRES on Rd.230 AI Wilson Rd. Can bo tubdl vlded. -

....t.,THE,JDFFICB SHOP. 4/07 4tpd "/2$ one block oil.SR-16.rows $200. 964-3904. Itchg 4/14 $".000.
W. Co11,5Stark.. ;MIDICALTECHNOto411TiAC;+ of pecan frees, cleared,' .CONTEMPORARY COUCH. 7S2-3296 7B2-33U '14 ACRES with 2 SR from horn off Fortythe. Rd.
-$ tin to Red, block' and whlto In-' 40000.
ready build Good: farm
Subecrlb. Taday fe registered. or equivalent dlan design' Almost new OPPORTUNITIES
I B. TIRES Two axle with ...n.ro'' 'lab 0x4parlenc land. f23:500; 964-5036.: $350. 964471 after 6 p.m. Jzne44i l FORMERLY PILLING STATIONS-Con bo converted Into

; ."._, tl.... Highest ... Joint'commit ? 24ftpd414VACUUM'. oHIcet. On Madison St. $]S.OOO.
old Croon' .tlon accredited Hospital CONDITIONER. 5,000 I I
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: FRAME HOMI ON I.' ACRES-SP $19.900. Attum.
:1 1 : .' Shop. 301 South soon to expand to 70 bed btu. $120. Call 964-SB49.
Y n.,..' i mtg. of $13,000. Mo. pmt. $19*.
capacity with, 'Itchg 4/14
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Fl. 9645007. 4/O7
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) facilities.. Com'potltlvo DINETTR $100 gold CRYSTAL 1AKI ACCESS-2 nice lott. $..,.00 each.
SET .
4/28- laboratory ; ."i. : ...
salaries. and 'fringe SALE K.n_' oloctrlc dryer
AND WHITE OR COt
.benefits Contact Santa Fa $100; matching wathmg Novas Ward 964-7494 Wayne Douglal'....'11'3
TV.'ta repair. Buy sail NEW & USED
.r.....'Helken and Son Healthcare Systems or : machln., $tOO: t gal. fish EXCELLENT BUYilovoly: 3II Anne Terwlllegr N.I..."...7..1677
.... *. -(all 964-4716 "Bradford Hospital, Inc. An W* finance Our Own tank with stand, $5. Call Home on M\ Ac. Plus lot

........Information. 3/31 EOE. ((904)) 9646000Itchg KIRBYS 9645944., Itpd 4/14 In country. S2S.SOO.'
HOMIi .
MOBIll 1973,12x63, -9 AC WITH BARN. .ptlc
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I ('COME TO YOUR HOMI MBDICAt EUREKAS ROYALS 2 bedroom IVi bath. Go well pump, power pal, BRADFORD Subscribe!
hat rang and 3-ton Carrier .
I !' professional perm, TBCHNOLOOISTiPart time fencing. $16,500.BANK RENTALS
HOOVERS air unit. Price 6000.
,,cuts, washes C color- weekend coverog..Joint Phone ""' .5944. Itpd 4/14 REPO: Comm.rclalprop.rty.
ELECTROLUX
/ ..Call for- .free commission accredited AIR CONDITIONER, 25.000 Hwy 301. Block 9648807Hwy.
;:( ) .*. Reasonable 'rural hospital with competitive FIL.TER QUEENS .btu Soar window unit. bldg. 3,400 tq. ft. on 1.37oc. 301 North FLORIDA MARINE I
solaria .Contact ...SEARS ... Paved parking. -
.* .964.7970. Karen. Utod2 '.um" WE NOW OFFER & FIBERGLASS
; '4fchg 4/28. Santa HealthCara COMMERCIAL, Chickens, all breeds.. .BEAUTY SHOP, barbershop
: System' 'or Bradford We repair aU makes'AI' 7823945. Itpd 4/14 ,.skating rink, 10m.eqlllpm.nt. 1 Lawn Car Service 104 W. Brownlee Road
'Hospital, Inc.. ''An EOE. 1973 PLYMOUTH 4 dr., station $28.000. Mowing aV Edging
: LOST IFOUND 9S4-4613
.964.6000.'ltchg .../1.. ; 311 N. Clark
Young's wagon. .2 BR, 2 BA frame home on H want ourservice
RESPIRATORYluLTHuApiSroIEi1 Irott3,30., p.m.'' Good you FIBERGLASS REPAIR
) )! { u"lIi >B 0teUI.ktey to Wed IYKtTJ1kli4bLtJ7A '. I .itrampartotion. Itpd 414'AMa 2 ve/ow largo. porch. cjlv,-u*' o.
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.I! ... ..,,,.... ,-.1'" 1. ...y"' "" -' 1 ...dlomond."Wes'$6005wi11 septic tank'C power* or com. __
.,t: lIeI10 own or 'r-'t.liI.fty'' > ..II0IbPa'twith'9sneral 't64GJ1t nil for$350. Call 964-6587 polo for traller. 40000. Ct.1, BRADFORDUMEROCIC
to month. THE OF patient car and 3 MIle north otStartt Itpd 4/14 .3 BR. 2 BA, C/B with 'large/
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I: SHOP, 110 W.Call St. ,soma management experience OB! U3 301, BABY FURNITURBt and other covered patio. CH/A. 6 I
SALES.71-3171
preferred. Joint
.. 964.3764, tfn. I
Call for batwoen 10, toltnr.
commission .accredited thing ceiling fan, water Drolnflold Rock
.m.and 2 p.m..4851174.Itchg : I
: HOMES Hospital soon to expand to 4/14. $55,000.p04) .lId". Sand
70 bud. capacity with ,new.deportment 3200 Sq.l'. ,SATIN A ,.IAIILIVO."WED-:, )7S2-393I Top Soil-Scrap BarkLtmorocfc
.-FOR SALE ..facilities end Warehouse' DING COWNlSlz 9, $50. (P.O.M4)m-JIMNOM) Drawer M r -
'special care' unit. Competitive J' Call between 10 a.m. and 2 .
l'r BUTLER CBS./wm.. :3 salaries and.fringe 1,100 ... ft. off_ or total! p.In.;4851174. Itchg 4/14 Ml S. Lewtey _.
*!' IA. utility/ .benefit. Contact Santa F.II.althCare Excellent condition. --- --
;; IT Cureg area .teed-.! .. dock. 100 H.a1 90", SOFAl
,'1368 Sq. ft; S27.50O. Systemsor / US-MI North. .'' Call 964-5895.. ,Itpd iv
down, by awn.r. Bradford Hospital 'Inc. An Call 964-5194 4/14'' Hill -I
,,231 4 SW 12'' St. EOe 964-6000. I tchfl 4/14
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Shop ltCafllp: retl!! ; Lftngfhamp, Jnc. .

d! 3 'Special Insurance for .JUST REDUCED! Greet for e growing family. :3 BR, :1I R pa i r r }

+ .Mobile, 'HOrrte/iParktf. I ,BA.jtSSO **j. ft. Large fenced backyard end close toUmantary Don Hill, Owner
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I t HOME !All types, 'of'homeowners schoal-SSS.OM.: >.

fBV :l PfltESi policies forjmobile WHAT A DEALT 3 ... 2 BA..Nice leyeut. Screened WoheriDryen
: 11 I home*. potto' and. huge double. "i.r' garag*... ,,Many., ,Dishwash.rs*Air AlrCondltlonert" .*

I' Call for Quote-' I ."' .*.154.000. .Refrigerator
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Mobile .HNSATIONA ,1 BAA lot borders on 238 S. Walnut St.,.
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>> I / Home 'SalaaMJOfin : .JUtT A urns BUYS A LOTI Thes. lots start. e* ".100. _
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f [ Elaine Agent [ with ow..., .1 .ncI",. Near K.y.tesaf: ...rr."X: 964-5849-3549 -VISA.FLORILAND : AI

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I 'J \t > REALTY Mllmrd Ira0x AI Ito ,.,. NIPPYMAN.1
HAMPTON
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NOITH CAROLINA(, : 1 ,; : MtIIICINE .e rd .Ar dra'wunL '
Mmat.Iy.j00) acres Alsi NAPPt JACN rsItttfe,
: os4.n feed 23i'.' r? (MOUNTAINS, Michael. Coon", Realtor .964-7700 reypl.N.tn Mr xmMlr lr Ii I its a,,,
/ JIRA VAULKNER RRAL 'd" po.7OU :: Ev.ninga9s4-$127; en, read ad INnw..M Gp ad ..a.yIna.

I A: ,l644046''I i iggp. .1.34.Cree' ideal for coma.Ing .- ,.:, Fl, 1-BOO-342-B44B: 393 N., Temple Ave., Stork .IM cod*ut wot.HUMIt

( or trailer.' Excellent occc.ss Vernl P. Odom'- Broker OR) Lake Butter Farm Center
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l 1e.rAra. this .'tract.Large ,.Mmberr All utilities.SS350.00'1 cove*. ',' -, --- 1. D. Odom. Jr. Atsoclot SR 121 Lake Butter


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? ..... "AI'ACRE$", : 1- S3M.OO down. ;payment.astum ,_ advantage turn century
; < loan. ...ry.....near school, churches post office,.bonk.
.far kl.i:; F :FAULKNER SURPRISED with square foot ott.

:: ; ... trees ,*' '*"'I .N..spi) f e'ire'Ir'DtLta k.r""' I ,;; :: PRICI, WITHIN MANY BUDOBTSlf rwaiiDrillinq
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; : ( IRA FAULKNER MALTY-- bedraomV, ,! both "targe ,

; S....-"' J '\<"! rock,lreplace| .d'cwstonv Irr1 10.kItdan."Sit..n ;>.0- Oil thto I 1/J acre'yerd.VIGITA.UsPOItPAMIL.'1 BR,.C/B..homo In one#of thetlty't . . .
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-.20 Acre..Osd Farm land' "
,JUfITOU'mQ( 'l.1 Immaculate beoliUfulsatlngt.Plentye 'y;)Ir Drilling Equip.
tage. JH[ (117 AcTM-Ooed but Cheap; About Vt Mile off Ml.I'A.AcroBulldlng .
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', ft-crn.UMnI: 'WI; SUtg Licensed
Lot Club ..... .OoeJOralnogoJ I
..taerl.'\ / .. ,1"IA' tog booting, end](0sydpg'Ilving ) t 1 Ii* '' Country, .

: eye dod kerne.". ,.P$S9.SQ0s0Q1 s'us.c I 'R H
11A,PAUIKNER RSAlTt? celf3ro1'! t-YIgt I k ": : '
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riii1ft llo4oye '
yi '.1.0YILY' .It; I ItA With hug* family''roam': '
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[ >> ,Jr:51: fitaygreat'afceSuy"w.4oWY) )r,,' i ',-."h''\ ajte-. -.OFFhtlHOORli' r'_!full, .landscaped largo lot. ., : . .$....300.' lesePartsoServic'
salting, good / viMea.PkL.... .. ...:HI...... E-Z.Terms
10 build, on6r.s: .o 0"ex.1cellenl. ... .,;: ...."''Se'-5C6S. ., 0, *NEWLY UiTIDi 4 Bedroom, In Town, ,$31.000 . . . . .
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At least one local builder .average told-style 'septic tank since much of the soils'I In Brad; )!j 1|i:.Iq";> ..,&. Cta.v:: ..:_ ji" '} m .".K*>.."V.IIU>II'' '< |* "IV,/ i"ct' ? mrjM .lag** a'-1.;,
thinks the state' new and toned cost' around $750 Longchampsays ford County are underlaid with :,::';::1 j I i''M]a( T"Ikit '"" ''t} '*' "}', rn ivi; \.' cl< Iv r .t''j'jAMil vxWjf. n1', "uAfUttftf' ; ;i--".::1 ,i.-i' ,; 1- ;
stringent, septic' tank' regulations the new and more efficient a hard. pan.clay. or gumbo elay i f'.soils. :" i : 4'4/ ; tjiii ', ;F ii"1 F ti ") ; v':.j"' > 4i! ",-is, ,,) .!r. i4B: i', ', !
are a,4yirygiq fod.I Idea. ," installation would cost jonly. These soils inhibit per4 i, '1.'colatlon 1.\\,," ..I Rt'r VflW; 'i.!;. >i i- .' "" tt'' t'f- '" '4; -X; ., "j ,
about another $1, 00. of subsurface waters';a I.: ,, ,-, K,1.- !p.!ii..t.vn JiJffV' '' '. :1 HH"x: :':"iii. ""I 't' '! -*) : ?::2"M.u''' v'i., ; ill'," ? :
Albert Longchamp'Builders, sees, the of 'Speaking-on: the new septic, and create! -a high water eleva'tloni" -' ">, : :',+ :. ?r ''ih1 h aa&i. i'v, \ ; -:.: .,.f>jyi'i, f> f, ;?ritT.- ? v..' -Ly, "' h.i a '
nand tank at the Starka : : during prolonged rainy! f t I* '. Tf l-i >'' Ho.>j \ .. : f.' J : 1' .1 :: "
the long-term benefits regulations periods.) ; ,. !? a/S \ I-'MifcUfr ry ary { t k w1 1; H' \ >* *, "vw ""'(>> / '. >,"!1I.F .... Vv f'i'" i, >: W& l
to be gained by homeownerswho r.5.5 RiO .i w :T.'Y'ICAL. .. --v.r.v. j ... .-. '>" "
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that 'J i. > Vj X tanks and
i of rather septic than tank investing Installation In one, Florida Depend struction septic will coat more homeeont, .Some, i : i P.m">' ; i> 7'astg Iliaitatrelte'< "lhi 1''r't'!. //,' .I. i"J' rl'}.:''f'.'y1t; is t

that will not be serviceable requiring on ground water builders say this cost could be >;7z'2'4! W'' l' 17.4 rp'i t

expensive overhauls In as high as M.OOO to.15,000 per ; ,; '. rR .' '. ,1. \, ; :: :n. .
the future. home and even more. for larger '. 'L* :, '
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system in neighboring Baker Enforcement of1 the new changed; The answer In my( : 'r I, "2in, ; ,_ '>,'.' }y.i. '.. ?',,.. .I'"lo.J \ I
County 'that he feels will also Rotary Club last week Darrell regulations by, the- Health opinion, Is no.The County Com-;'; ..' -f..j \ ,\ 1'\\,.. Nfv=Ri.is trpKctivc' 2-1",1.$ ; :1 i'' >
in Department became effective ,'r\\. (' ;,: r
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prove satisfactory low-lying O'Neal county environmental through our',,1.10",1 ", ; .', 'i. '
Bradford. With this method health director, gave the follow. February 1. Since that time 1 legislative delegation, asked 4;,: \4if : 1 ", 1/, ..' h ....:..r., K.. I
two tanks are used. The ing pertinent) Information: have received some 50 septic for an extension of our previous '. I : i ,' '\''''' r
primary septic tank installed tank applications,, but only 10 variance, but the request was -. ''iI.AV ', ..r",11 ., '.. ..,.. '. i
at ground level or below at the Of the new septic tank regula- installations have been completed denied by HRS. State officialsare ; --f? pf- .. .' '. ; !
rear of the house. The second tions, there are two crucial requirements under the new regula very concerned about our c. HwtKea S.. tttiT T Atatr r
tank Is 300 gallons in size and that affect Bradford -. tions. drinking water quality and feel .,' .
Utu"'CTlay
contains a sump pump that will County. One of the reasons the new that the new regulations will ." ': ,. I
waste to a First four-foot water table 'decrease of ... ". I' ...
pump liquid lot a regulations seem so stringent is the chance septic ... I' \'
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drain field at the rear of the requirement that calls for four that prior to February 1 Brad- pollutants from entering our '
Thus the mounded drainfield feet of soil to be above the high ford County had been enforcing drinking water supplies Chart showing contrail; between septic lank requirement feet) of soil below the drain field that Is free of
which could require an area of water table during the wettest soils such clay er m ck.v .
a two-foot water table requirement In a letter to our County Com before Feb. 1. 193 tat left and septic a* I" -
30x80 feet may be hidden from season of the year,to the finished since .a variance had mission, Dr. James Howell, 'tank requirements after Feb. 1, 1W3 (at right). \ the water table In Bradford County ranges'
I view by planting with grass grade of the drain field site. been granted to this county by assistant secretary of HRS, Old regulation required only 3 feet from top of and shrubbery. Sewage from Since HRS in 1979 at the request of ; on, this would require as much as If to 48 Inv
the average water table said: "There is- an increasing drain Held to water table as measured In wettest
the first tank is lifted by tank pump in Bradford County is only 12 to our County Commissioners All awareness on the part of local season, .. of (III dirt above ground level' 'to top of, .drain
smaller into
: in the second, 18 inches below ground level, an other Florida counties were ,state, and federal officials, as New regulations requlrekat! least t feet In many c..... .
the elevated drain the field. By us- additional fill of 30 to 36 inches still enforcing a three-foot well as the general public that water table at wettest season to lop level of drain some cases a distance of 66 Inches.)*'. feet)
ing this method not floor be levelof must be applied above grade In water table. When the new we must protect our groundwater field. In addition, there must be at least 4Z: Inches be requiredfrom top of drain field to
need raisedto
the house
order to comply with the law. regulations were announced with all available layer of clay or muck. I
height thus
unsightly
an this other counties
avoiding a big extra expensefor Secondly, there must be 42 Inches year conse- -resources because we are very
increased their.
water
quently dependent on ground water by the year 2,000
fill and foundation work. of satisfactory soils free supplies
table requirement by one foot, Florida
"Water is
of muck beneath for our continued ex so crucial to I
Longchamp says such an In- drain clay field and the but Bradford had to increase its. istence." because it is one of only a few
gravel or equivalentto
stallation would cost around by two feet. states\ the country that relies
66 inches below the finished We have.
less all read recent "wnt,
considerably than
$2.000. grade of the drain field site The most commqn question headlines about contaminatedwater almost completely on groundwater
the ...000 to 15,000 cost of asked of is if there Is to meet our needs?'
elevating the house and also the This may be more crucial than me any In Florida, such as the
tank and drainfield. Since the the water table requirement chance of these new rules being, Fairbanks case with chemical Last week the House Natural''
solvents from a DOT waste Resources Committee Introduced
dumping pit appearing In some bill PCB-7 which will reduce
20 wells in the Gainesville area; flows for septic tanks from 5,000
the pesticide Temik showing up GPD maximum to 1,500 GPD
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e.thTORiALS'Florida In the 'watershed of the Lake per acre with a private well.
: Wales "'84-; and the gasoline and 2,500 GPD per acre with a I
.". intrusion found in the City of public. water supply; will Increase I
1 Bellevlew' water supply; and the setback requirementof
the half million gallon leakageof 50 feet from lakes and
Varsol (a greasy gunk) streams canals, etc. to 75-foot
: Water ScarcerDirtier"Water located In the aquifer below the setbacks; will abolish the
I Miami International Airport. grandfather clause for lots plat
Because.; of .these pollutants, ted and recorded prior to Massive size ef mounded drain. field Is hewn In Ibis. photoof
-. plus the fact that the EPA has January 1, 1971;. and additionally new septic .. off SR-Z30. Inspector Darrell O'Neal
rusted out The story goes on and on., put Florida on top of their\Hat as the bill calls for fees almost, hidden Inches of fill dirt.
water everywhere "r and nota ,
having' the number of
largest {or,septic tank permits to be a
: drop to drink! As far back as 1964 there were 10.000, hazardous waste dumps in the minimum'of 550, not more than

This desperate: cry of the Ancient reported cases ,of a strong intestinal country. State officials feel the, too, plus an additional$3 fee for. 'tank' Is Installed; more lean\ one
least do is Under the' ,
Mariner might well become Florida'stheme tract virus during a two-weekperiod of tially they hazardous can keep poten- every application to go to plot required residence i Ii allowed to. :connect
sewage waste regulations
song between now 'and 2015 spring rains in the Gainesville area. A from entering our water sup 'density research of for septic studying tank the installations high- with all the(3'y for to a septic tank if adequate in ,i
combination of circumstances sent size and percolation test procedures -
when the state's population' is projected plies. and their effect on ground permits; soil ;
have changed from theshort'
virus from into have obeenchan ,the. i. :
particles plants
to'reaeh a staggering total of 16 sewage water pollution. According lo'the method
Also tothe two-day.
State ; < .
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million. the groundwater supplies several hundnd our Legislators -April 3' Issue of ThtQoln United Soil a USD A, \. V"-", *. ,.
t ?' the are, Calling: f fCf'vt more strj, ..vlll. the House Soil septic }_, .'method.'c '
feet below surface where the/: At tkmg} last the 'State Legislature"shows'slgns : .indent and t restrictive renks.1 -, Natural '.Resources Committee <"" tank sizes will ", ..-' ., .' 4 oeM .re'blll 1"[i lnti"! .,
of recognizing the fact that I :were suclted.J ..r w ihlyo" f;.'c'I.rink,.. ilg'-;.au'iieTeP'f foe".taJJ. .*TasICjrorca I lOMrtvatev Is asking "ed by.estimated .ewageflow ''many changes:'A complete list* ..I.JfaIs >.'
water. 4 Holism\ Speaker'Lee. ; available from the County MMN .
the state's $67 million to be spent on the (GPD); a to
Is
i groundwater pollution
The water problem Is acute that Mcffitt'of Tampa predicts protection of drinking water .the main septic be Environmental Health Service
most pressing problem and one that ,so Florida's population will l double supplies in Florida. allowed if a trap office at 129 M. Church St, I
must be given attention before it is too Speaker of the House Lee Moffitt last

late. Florida's rapidly growing population year appointed a Water Task Force to
examine the threats to Florida's
and industrial growth is straining
the water supply, 92 percent of which is potable water supply. Despite these ob- County Agent's Notebook .> BobbyT.ylor l1Agear I
said to come from groundwater pulled vious threats the task force found that ,

from two aquifers that are vulnerableto screening of public and private water i i
saltwater and manmade con supplies is seriously deficient. No Again, unusual weather is continuing to strawberry acreage there ,and;they rainy season of(he year.I .
tamination.. testing is done for many toxlc affect field activity and spring planting. peak) '" production at the lime we were believe it will solve our water
substances and no systematic testing Record breaking rainfall and low ing into harvest, I'm hoping our problems not only In the midway area but
Florida wells are being con- is done for viruses. According to the, temperatures have been common all year, will improve soon and that our also In the parking lot and exhibit building
and can make .
folks to
taminated at alarming rate many are wondering whether or enough' stay. In'' areas as well,
an by
Task Force report, "Chemical pollu- not we can get, our crops in before it Is too another year. .
sewage pesticides, organic com- late. ,, I am. encouraging our vegetable
tion of a toxic nature may enter into, j. ;* 'The weather also affected our pro
pounds, solid waste landfills, salt the cone of influence of public well field' Looks like lour; vegetable -acreage, I County Fair and fairgrounds the last ':Queers'growers, to and take especially a look at tile our drainage strawberry and'
water, gasoline and toxic chemicals supplies without the knowledge' the'\ especially pepper and cucumbers will be of the fair this year The Fair irrigation. It could be an answer to of
from rusting tanks bacteria, and public water supply authority or I the down because many fields have been too. is In, the process of "tile, draining" our production and quality problems some caused -
viruses from improperly installed or consumers of this water." wet to plow. Growers know that if we can't fairgrounds to avoid wet and muddy by too much rain at harvest time. It
badly operated septic tanks, leaking have our crops harvested during a certain tions If it rains before or during the might also be a way to have economical irrtgalion -
and storm drains.As The magnitude of the water pollution three or four'week period they\will be next year. Tile drainage is the placing at plant sitting time and during.: .
sewer lines even
: problem is indicated by the TaskForce's competing with. other areas of the state porous tubing in the soil at a depth of the growing season if rainfall. should be
,
30 inches. This
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and some states like and the tubing takes soil low -
near to us as the little village of estimated price tag of $67 Carolinas). This could meant demand out to a ditch and leaves an area that
Fairbanks weils have been con million just to begin corrective and prices for cur crops will be low take a. heavy rain ono day and be dry. If you are interested In such a system.
No matter what the cost next.<< or come by your County Agent's office'
measures.
I taminated by toxic wastes dumped at a The weather, especially too much rain;, will t \ North :!Olin Starke>Our number Is.
Florida cannot afford to When tl.s t Is ,i
J DOT (Department of Transportation) simply gamble has affected strawberry quality and pro project completed; through 4h i courthouse-exchange (MM)
of with its pure water supply. duction. There hiFORESTRY monitoring the system and will be SI84-62IIO ext. ,
borrow pit. The little' town. was a big Increase! > 'show I Belleview, south,of Ocala, has found its What good is '"water,. watereverywhere" .

I water supply reeking of gasoline leaking if there's not a drop left :; ___..._ 'd ._ u _...,_

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America's OK with Debbie IN BRAbF.QF COUNTY
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By''Davld Norton .

: Bradford County.Forester,
"America is still strong and doing.. phoned sponsor J.R.: (Jim) Lawson' ';\1,' "
very well,'' said Debra Sue Maffett, hour early-Thursday night so she could Pruning woupda; tea tree will' heal I fatter

'Miss America of 1983.' do that. ..- and' better in,:the. _spring,. : t f
Maintain tree vigor,
Expert pruning
How would young lady know? "'"There. is not that much difference and improve its appearance can be one of

Debbie has traversed the continental between people all over the country;" the best thing you can do for your trees .,
times Debbie' from Anaheim California However, Improper pruning may seriouslyharm
United States numerous during evelt its,
the trey I appearanceand
her year as Miss America, once criss- 'said. "There's'more of feeling let'down health. % '

crossing the country three times In one : home' in small townsPeoplein, Besides thtehproper wuning'cin be'
week. She has the opportunity to meet large cities are more rushed..." hazardous to the health and limbs of the-

representatives of large. companies f people all over the..country are'. den improper saws pruner and other'for sharp heavy'tools can"be lad-m.

the governors of states, as well as .c basicali f good, and mean well. lethal mixture the hands ot the unlearned. : ,1j
mingle with the people as evidenced The American people are getting fed ;*,f: .?

'here at the' Bradford pounty'Fair( up with negative-news in the, media Tools you use wilt probably include. An prunIng axe..;

Debbie, 26, is older than most Miss, and on television she believes. Debbie isn't saw advisable or'carpenter's.handsaw.for it won't make smooth, I

America s. and has an out-going per- sees the media including more positive! cuts.As an amateur, you should not use *

sonality. She takes an interest in more news now and thinks the. media.must' chainsaw while. ajadder,up'a treeor' .to ,.
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things than many young ladies, and 'recognize the problem.' cut limbs above your heat).;. in tSmall .;- ii *$ "&;

noticesmore things than many'.people. 'Did this feeling about:America come diameter branclaWI"can .UtoMMOved up'Jo-dw'Inches(by first,making. Rtd wit) 4 i'f< (f I Il
might. then + + g'' ,. n 'rawizrIa r.
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Just in the year you've been traveling ... a saw cut up fftnjttSo Underside by 1..
This' is the"only 'MIsS America to Miss'AmerIca was asked? should down *001. the:top. ,BoUt 'cut k .

spend 'morejtime, at the county fair 'Yes. t had ,the same' .doubts, as' tree. Don't be at slab th. off place Ilia side where of the limb trunk Joins-o- IS i elrt IJtt4ub tl stsv' 'y I intiat"wnidiidYti, a ai 4 i ? '

1 tnart called for on her schedule. Debbie .'anybody else," Miss Maffett explain- leave a limb itub; slower>,healing!, may", Zone It ln Ocala ladag a piasiie r ills : <
liked j what she saw at the fair [rand ed. -.- '. result In either ... .' + liens pr oni.. + dpri Ia r award was, All a
wanted to walk around and look,;and Larger limbs will require an undercutand i'prggohll7k ttd Erase Tics

; wanted buy some things. So >the Debbie. we're glad we, metcha t' ",- overcut. fe r wo out' on the limb to.. .. i.',
l' '" ,of remove moat _* ** Mnd.malte 'It > t.----\ :, .. : stub with ati"uai rcut and overcut in A aH wWr Club.'tJlWlaBust lfl lJttft x
r. ;tbe same: maniwr: that;.you, pruned 1he. Displaying the awards are (from Ml): MM Myers; r c'';

small\_branches. ". .,: ., than; Fein Bjteman.{ i ""
...tor j. it''slormv. .f Williams; ntertairint td af>kalrti"4'i? "
it you're \\ '
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A ,damage or ip tQ yell: vr! .. h ?
Niagara. Falls Hopped flowing .for almost ,,thirty noun on March 29,', need to i s n8 wound .
,.... due to the font of Ice .jamming J ( lw, 'rhrsr' '" antrtne* near Buffalo. with a knife" or| .:; ., ." ,
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I Linda Andrews and Thomas Buby Married April 16 in Qcalq -


LindA Susan AndVW.*"0f. "' "tt Neckline 'of chantljiy i tack I t tEi :t r1w I "S OC2a1'Sideli tl

Gainesville daughter of Mrs. Nan E. medallions and seed pearls and a fitted -
Andrews< of Ocala and 4en.Andrews lace''collar.The full bishop sleeves
of Alligator Point Fl./anft Thomas were appllqued with lace medallionsand \ !
Anthony Buby.of Gainesville! ,eon of the empire! waistline was accented li "WJJ'iJ} ';I'II l :'i'iiij\\\ .
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lyon4 Of Starke ,wiih,''satin ribbons. The full
were united in marriage Saturday, A-line skirt,wa.edged with matching
April 16, at 11 ..10. ill the First,., ;ehantily! lace appliques. She wore a Ei Society Editor

Presbyterian Church In- Ocala.with chapel length veU of Uluslon attached /
Dr: Frank C. Preston performing the to a headpiece encrusted with seed 1 'tJ1I4-i'i 'BO8."; '' News' ,' f

nuptials. !, pearls. She carried a bouquet of one 0, ( ,. : *
large white cattleya orchid with a 'I a> .
Mrs. Mary Hells; .organist fuchsia throat surrounded by nine
.presented .musio. with white satin streamers. : : : i
Junior :.Woman's Club "' "
Bill Lee Buby of Starke attended his A reception was held in the church ..< ."I', ,
brother as beat man U hers were Fellowship Hall Where Mr. and Mrs. '
William Oster flf Starke, the Broom's ,William* B.; Booth kept the bride's, Nominates New Officers( "' ::% i iShan'
uncle and Thomas Harwood of book..' < ,

Gainesville. '! The" :three /iservtng tables were !' a4'r" Johns:was nominatedprresi-! ; ; [he excellent way the pageant and.eI
'Mrs. Beverly BJ Harwood' at',. 'covered: with white linen cloths. The dent of the Junior'Woman's Club for tivltles were'organized and carried J 1-
.Gainesville was matron of honor. Attendants bride's table was centered with' a r+ )
i 1983-84 at the meeting Monday night, out. She said it would be an experience -
were Mrs. Gouley Andrewsof three tiered wedding cake topped her would always j II
Y' April 11, at the club house. daughter
Ocala and Miss They Anne with a bride and groom The food Nominated to serve with Mrs': remember and that the pageant gets t
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Buby of Gainesville. wore formal table held an assortment of hors Johns are vicepresidentChristie better each year. '
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gowns of tampico pink taffeta a>
rented with cff-the-shoulder shirred centered with a crystal punch bowl. Therese Schlofman; secretary Jean Jordan, was a guest of the Bradford ftlt.
necklines of ruffled poufs and full Following .a wedding trip, te- Shuford and treasurer Debbie Con- Farm Bureau's Woman's Assocla- I
skirts gathered at the waistline.They Acapulco, Mexico, the couple is __ 7Y4 I :& 'naughton. tional Conference April 19. She is alsoto ltt
carried of c
nosegays miniature pink Centennial .
residingbrrl eainaduated Installation of the new officers will ride in Macclonny's
carnations and, baby's breath. from the be held at the May Banquet. Present Parade Saturday April 23. Miss Jordan -. t,
Little Miss Faith Hickerson was-' University of Florida and is employed officers are Kitten Denmark presi- has been invited to be in the '
flower girl. by the Florida Department of Correc. Vf dent; Shan Johns, vice-president; Starke Shriners' Parade May 14. _
Given In marriage by Bruce Rogers tions.
JoAnn Agin, second vice-president
Andrews, of Ocala, the bride's The groom graduated from Brad- Iva Jean. Harrell: secretary and; The Junior Woman's Club will be '
brother,the bride wore formal wed ford High School and the University of Tracy Torode, treasurer. sponsoring a child to go to the State
ding gown of candlelight organza over' Florida. He Is employed by the Club Woman of the Year and .Special Olympics in Tampa in May. f'
taffeta,'The gown featured sheer .Florida Department of Corrections. Rookie of the Year were voted on Plans were discussed for the Annual
also. The winners of the these awards Progressive Dinner. Hostessesthis '
will be announced at the May Ban- year are John and Tracy Torode,
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Woman's Club Holds Annual .I. quet. Tommy and Evelyn Chastain, Cliff
Pt It was reported r that a letter was and Betty Ann Chapman and Paula-
I t received from one of the Judges for and Freeman Register, III. (
the Strawberry Pageant, complimenting After the meeting there was a
. Meeting Election of; Officers how well the pageant was run and Pampers party Toro, tant mother, 9
thanking the club for asking her to bea Mrs. Tracy Delicious
Judge. letter was also received refreshments were served by
The Starke Woman's. Club held ,Mrs. Betty Young, president; Mrs. from a contestant's mother express- hostesses Debbie Connau ton. Joan,
their annual meeting on April 13 at 12 Anne Whiffen. first vI -preaidentt; Mr.and Mrs,Thomas Buby ing her appreciation to the club for. Hall and Iva Jean HarreC :\
noon In the club building.A refreshing Mrs. Roxanne Ruchdeschel, econa
spring scene was created by a large vice-president; Mrs.,Evelyn Griffin, tIIt.. _
arrangement of yellow day llllies, third vice-president; Mrs. Sandra
.blue Iris and spires on the speaker's Green, fourth vice-president;. Mrs. '
table and spring. bouquets on dining Freida Judd treasurer and Mrs. Betty

tables. : Haas, secretary. ..
A trio composed of Mr W.H. There will be a rummage and bake Happy'
Thomson, Mrs. R.A. Green Sir. and sale in the club building Friday, May
Mrs.1 John Griffin sang the Club Col- 6, from 8:30 a.m. until TTT including
lect >accompanied by Mrs. L.A. books, clothes and household items. [
Canova, Sr. on the piano Items may be brought to club building
Mrs. J.D. Warren president; on May and May from' 9 a.m. to
presided at,the'meetln8"- and Mrs. 11:30 a.m. There will be a business t
R.A. Green, Sr gave a devotional entitled meeting April 37 at 9:30: a.m. in the '
"Forgetting.' ,Members: enjoyed club building. ) Mothers 'i
a delicious luncheon served by I .' It;was moved and seconded that
< Mrs.R.A.Green,Jr.and her commit- Miss Lillian Stump be made an ,
tee Mrs. Betty lievener was welcomed honorary member of the Woman's' ,
into the club as a 'new member. Club. ]
: Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid expressed The May Breakfast will be held at _
thanks and appreciation to !the club 11:30: a.m.on Saturday,May 21,in the
for all the work and participation in club building. Members and guests
the recent and very successful anti- are Invited to attend. New members Day !
que show sponsored by the Woman's will be honored. Future events will In-
Club. She also expressed the ap- clude play entitled"Arsenic and Old <
.preciation of Dr.and Mrs. Pete Felos Lace" which will be sponsored by the ictlow
for all the work and untiring efforts of Woman's Club and presented by Con- A ," ,
club members In making the show so' "isuela and David Dodge. on twoweekends We have a special purchase -
successful and enjoyable., in August. This will be a w '
.The nominating committee two hour play and tickets will be 13r'nl'TTfiiTtfm b'a of lOO's of, Picture V'
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Saturday April 30,1983,In the Brad- door that evening. All Frames !
ford High School Auditorium at 7:30: Proceeds from the event Will enable
p.m. musical talents such as Alice the A. L. Campbell Masonic Lodge of rr
Hudson Bill McRae, Don Hardy, Pleasant Grove to begin planning e e % 25 %off
Willie Mae Randolph, Lavon Drivas facility that will serve as a community i1
and many others will come togetherIn recreation center. .: All Frames Stock
a program entitled"We Believe In' Those involved in the program ln-
Millie.", .elude Don Hardy's Chamber Singers",
The evening promises music foreveryone Starke Repetory Chorale the Brad
through ,the variety'' of, ford Mass Choir with special numbers'by
popular, classical, and gospel selec-l Merrie' and David Shoemaker,
'. Lois Moore Rennie Lennon Sylvia

The event ,is a charitable fund Reddish and Leon Thomas. :
e raiser.Tickets are tt and may be purchased Jim Lawson will act as MC' ; for the
at various locations or at the, evening. ,
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Tommy anti 'Shawna Murrow.'of, Bucwin director ol Lilurgy: Pastor .'., I. "
the ,birth .'ot.;a': r -:
Starke announce\ Si Madeleine Parish. High Spring ..
jdaughter,;'.Amanda Brouke, born .' : .- ..SPECIALSPECIAL: : : ;
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I i.' T him e Sue /Marshall and Victor Clemons Wed March 18 c Oennlt Candace TurnerMri Welch,


Tommie Sue Marshall daughter of ,-,:...,., ,,,."' '...'.... ..,....'. ....'.:.. neckline.She carried a .- Susie Welch Futch kept th$. ,EniIJ.pO,meu t Told "

: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall of pink orchids, white book. ;MrfChauncey Welch, of
ij Stark, and Victor Lamar demons nations and the bride's table was a', XalterCity, announce the engagement
cake decorated
tiered
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Roberts of streamers.DaiueUeTrinchet. lavender wedding and white roses.' En- of their daughter..'Candace Jane, to ,
Starke and Gene Clemons of Jacksonville and white, ,y ii Dennis Patrick :Turner,' son of Mr.
the cake were pink;
t were United in marriage March' and Mrs. Roy M'eDavttt-.Jr.-of l :
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18 at 8 p.m. at the home of the groom's was flower girl and of White carnations i Brooker and Dan Turner"Lake City
mother, Mrs. Joel Roberts and Mr. flower print dress with nk mums were placed on the i iY iv The wadding will, be held at the
Roberta. Elder Brooker of Jackson- and carried a basket and table. The First United Methodist Church in
ville performed the nuptials. The bride, given In s)table table was covered punch with a lace Lake City on June 4,at 7p m A reception

The ,couple", repeated J their, vows father, wore a i,over lavender linen. Frances will follow at tha Lake q Coun'tryClub. .
before a archway decorated with pink dress with lace Jacket, cut and served the cake and t Jj 5 1
and white carnations flanked by potted front and back : demon, sister-in-law of the > He bride-elect ttrf 1981 graduateof '
ferns. Potted plants were placedat buttons and silk at the punch bowl. Columbia High School and attended
presided
vantage points. M1 '6R+L sleeves.She wore a cap a short wedding trip the at Lake City Community, College, She Is
Music was provided by Mrs, Betty 'med around the edge Is residing at the home of the, r r currently ,employed-at'Tanglewood
Norman, aunt of the groom. tending from the back on Morgan Road. Nursing Home as a assistant.
Richard Eugene demons, Jr. at- the top and falling In bride and groom are both The bridegroonvfelect: la a graduateof
tended. his brother as best man. train. She carried of Bradford High School. P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Klmberely Hall, sister of the with greenery and silk graduated in 1981 and If Gainesville': and Lake City Community
groom, served as maid of honor. She wore gold earrings at Textile Town, Starke. He College! i He is currently a physical
wore a street length lavender dress knots,a gift of the ''In 1978 and Is'' elf- therapy student,in Tallahassee i ,
with 3/4 length sleeves and flowing Mr.and Mrs.VIHar OenMos All friends and relatives are Invited
A .rec: ptlon was ,
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to attend. "I>

; Candace, WelchMaudrey

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I J EventsVickie Homemaker't- Club'' '
Upcoming
Atkinson'
Sandra ..." to Begin ,
Christopher ... Hwy. Church J.R. Wolnwrlght To, M.ef April 28 ,

Padgett Betty Hlnson, To Wed April 30 will be a revival meeting at To Wed May 7' Th'd Bradford .. County'

Arthur Morris Robert HowardTo Highway Baptist Church 'The Wedding of Atkinson Homemnker's Club met Thursday'
Mr. and Mrs. Maudrey morning, April 14, at the Agriculture
To Wed May 1 Wed April 30 Dougherty of of Brooker April 25 Baptist, with Church Rev. Andy con. of Harriet's Bluff Ga. and J.R. Wainwright \Building in Starke. Cert Green was in
of Starke
will take
place Saturday charge of the and gave a
Alachua announce the prpgram
Announcement Is made of the Betty Fennell Hinson of Sandersonand and approaching the nightly services ,at 7:30 May 7, at 5 pm.1n the First demonstration on making a cuddly
i engagement of Vickl Shouppe Robert C. Howard of Macclennywill daughter Sandra to ; United Methodist Church with a rabbit family out of mess socks.
of Fellowship Baptist
Padgett daughter of Nancye Conroeof be united in marriage Saturday, Owen Connelly son of Epps Raiford, will conduct the .reception following' in the :.StarkeWoman's The next workshop will be.Thurs- .
Starke and LeRoy Shouppe of April 30, at 8 p.m. in Olustee at "the H. Medford Connelly services. Special music will be Club. day April 28. at 10 a.m., at the .
home of Willie and Ronnie Griffls. A All friends and relatives are invited' Starke. -
Ocala to Arthur Bruce Norris, son of Lake. night with groups Agriculture Building In .
William L. and Joy A. Dowling of reception will follow the ceremony. The wedding la various every churches participating. to attend. .
Starke. Betty Fennell Hinson will be .day, April 30, at 7:30: Dinner Senior Citizens ., > '
will be May 1. Eastern Star Supper April>> 23 : j ,
resident of Brad- 'r
The wedding Is planned for May 1. remembered ass United Methodist serve t.
at 13:30. The Weeks Luncheon 29. \
The bride-elect is a graduate of ford County for 19 years while work- Gainesville. will bring a message In songs Starke chapter, No. 224; Order of April
Gainesville High School. Mr. Norris Ing at the Bargain Center south of A reception will afternoon. the Eastern Star, will have a covered The senior citizens covered dish.
graduated from Bradford High Starke. Turkey Creek dish supper Saturday. April 23,.at 7p.m. ,
All friends and relatives are invitedatterul Charles 'R. .Colbert, pastor, luncheon will be held Thursday,April
School. Alachua. : in the Masonic Hal).
the members cordially invite 1 -
to 28, at 12 noon at the Methodist-
to come out and worship. All Masons and their families "are Fellowship Hall.Pentecostal. S '
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>invited to attend.

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I Debbie Nichols and Buddy Ruis Apo teHc I '


Debbie Nichols of Starke, daughter presence of the immediate families baby'" breath and ; at the top., Mrs. Linda J. Sabbath AssOrnblysERvICEs.1O "
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of Johnnie Thomas of Inverness and and a few friends. bons. cut the cake. r ., a :oo'anti Stturdiy7:30'smTussd '
.- Marvelne Dean of Albertsvllle, Ala., Mrs. Billie Jean Dean was matronof A reception was held were :Miss Brenda y '
: and Lester W. (Buddy) Hula son of honor. the groom's parents and Miss Lisa M. Griffls., y. .t tt
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cooper of The bride wore a light yellow silk H.L. Cooper.' Miss a" ; I : ; County Road A'Sta'rter,
Starke united In marriage Friday dress with full overflowing sleeves the at g .. t trip to, .
3 were greeted guests couple 'Phone 4732442a
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Beach the residing .
April 9, at 4:30 p.m. in the Bradford and a V-shaped neckline. She carried The wedding cake "
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of white carnations with Walnut Street Starke. Aaeraw tII.,Pastsi M wska
County: Courthouse in the a bouquet yellow blue and green +e
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Social Shorts Women of St. Marks Byron'Bagwell Purvis Brown FULL GOSPEL
!Hwy 16 W. a WiUon J64-697J
Have Historical Program Celebrates- .* Birthday COMMUNITY. CENTER .Pastor'George Watson and .

Hswssri tkavaa The Congregation Invite You to
Tammie Johnson Mrs. Herbert Thomas gave a program Byron Bagwell : Purvis Brown was the honored ; Salvation Makes You A Member Come and Worship With i UsSMSiySckMl

David' Woodard on United Thank offering and birthday with a at a birthday dinner at her *. *. ** *. .10' .. . . .HAM
gave a short history of the U.T.C. at by his parents in Lawtey on Sunday, March 13. ........ w..M,. . . : . ....11 Men** WHIMS... . . ., .11 AM
Engagement ToldMr. the Women of St. Marks ParisH Bagwell,' Saturday Brown is a native of Lawtey Sunday. .mraM. . ..t .. .l.30: 'Iv......... ... . . .. .1 FntaeaMd
Tuesday night, April 13, In the 16. lived In Lawtey all of her 77 .TIIe.1f M M. .7:30 FfMm : .
wseawlay W.. .,. . . .7:31: rat
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and Mrs. Winslow R. Johnson except for a few years in Orlan-
announce the engagement and approaching President Thomas presided over Nine of Byron's' baa four children 10 grand--, '
marriage of their and nine great 'r.-.cNIIIII C / HIII8I1 c.-c.--f
the meeting and Flossie Prescott panied him to the grand
daughter, Tammie Elaine, to David presented the worship and .... .
prayer ing Center in
Steven Woodard. son of Mr. and Mrs. vice. The Women of the Diocese are p those helping to celebrate ; '
1 'KingslehJ.aKe'J Baptist !
David E. Woodard all of Starke. purchasing chinaware for camp.Weed '"'."During':: the party : : : were: Buddy Paterson,> t hurchA, :z -
The wedding is planned for August' and St. Mark's voted to' pur p.m., bowling and Burns and daughter, Christie, I
19. chase a place setting for their con- dogs i cake and Cokes Mrs. Mitchell Brown.Johnny "Where'everybody. Is somebody. and Jeius Christ Is Lord"Sunday
tribution. Fr. Arthur Lee attended the ,an. Kelly and Minnie, Mr. and .
Larry Brown, Michelle and Services: "
meeting and requested the group to
assist him with some Parish boues t'e. Mr. and Mrs. Donny Wise, 10:00lm.Sunday School 0 .
Kevin and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. .
projects. 11:00
am Morning Worship
Mrs. Richard Roberts During the program Mrs. Thomasalso Wise, Margaret Wise Mr. I j
0:30: pm -Church: Training I'
Dinner Mrs. Paul Norman I
Luncheon Honor. told of what grants have been Rehearsal Kenney
made to the dioceses in Florida from For Married Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and 7:30 pm-Evening Worship
:i Mr*. Richard Roberts, the former the Ingathering., June Brown Jimmy and Paula. Wednesday I
:. Melanie Hale, a recent bride, was Mrs. Mary Lyons Bill Wise and Darlene and i 7:30: pm -MM-Woek Prayer Service '
were unable to attend but
I honored at bridal luncheon
a given by ,
Elks New Oster entertained at a
to wish her
a Happy Birthday.
Mn. Charles Darby and Mrs. Randy Friday night at the i Greg Douglas, Patter Located on SR 16sstaAd .
Johns at the Sisters Tearoom in
Restaurant in Ocala for
Starke Elks and wives, attendingthe .
Orange Park Saturday, April 16.
The table was centered with a love- North District. Clinic, making nephew, Thomas Buby '.eirrfr s l. ts"" _!vi sMesils1011aA
Linda Andrews
and plans for the 196344 year held at the
ly pastel silk flower arrangement
wedding rehearsalThe
Madison Elk Lodge on Sunday April
china placecards marked the seating
dining tables :
for the ten guests. 17 Vernon were: Nichols Nealy McConnelL with arrangements of. Spring' Lawn & Garden
Melanie was presented remembranceof with a set of Richard Seize, John Warren, Mr. and The guests included to
strawberry mugs as a
Mrs. BiU and Mrs. groom, their families,
Wilson Mr and
the occasion the hostesses.Did 9t
by
and out-of-town guests.
George Brown. .a '
Needs: at _Bargain Prices


+ You Know Joe Stewart of Washington D.C. W i
was weekend guest of his mother,
Thirteen members of the Methodist Mrs. Ray Brown, and Mr. Brown. ; ; :
Women's Sunday school class They entertained at a dinner' party r 4- Set/Me*
I honored Viola Anderson at a birthday Friday night at La Pasta Fresca ElegantNotes Rose Bushes puisfey's

luncheon Tuesday, April 12 at Fisher- Restaurant In Orange Park where Big Selection In bud and Moorn' .
) man's Reef, Starke. they were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Dr. Huey ftootstock mm Jf'ti2W6aLSb -
ward Stewart of Orange! Park., Efe 4 if I '
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cissy and "
daughter of Philadelphia Pa. are Mrs. Gene Long was In Jekyll Mother Containers =1B

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Island, Ga. Friday through Sunday : Reg- $1.49 *Ptf. .J!
I Gissy this week. attending her class reunion from A Note TraplcmtCliaiMI*Anailrsiifl.. _. ,
I Riverside Hospital School of Nursing two embossed irises"" ,t nmidr. .....,. ti
Charles R. Green, a senior from in Jacksonville. JI
Starke. was one of 14 Stetson students designs. $6.00.Office I '
receiving special Baptist Scholarships Attending the Baptist WMU state Rooted $eml-Dwart St. Augustine
recently. convention In Tallahassee Tuesday '
and Wednesday were Mrs. L.A. Control 1 Insect In Grass Plugs
Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley and Mrs. Canova, Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. L.II. Pests ;: Tray of 32 Plugs Planted .
Patti Snow and daughter, Emily of Jennings, Mrs. A.C.,.Basford, Mrs. ,15" Centers Plants 50 q'n: 'i 9
Knoxville, Tenn. are Saturday to E.M. Stallings, Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd, : Your Lawn & Garden Now ea..tsa tray ., ... .' 3 ,
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Thursday guests of Mrs. J.H. Moseleyand and Mrs. W.B. Mundy: : : : < U ': :; _.

Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Dragon 4 .
Mr; and Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and .
Among those attending the 'Arts Mrs. Lee Casey and daughter Tara Gro-Tone Be'd'M i x
Show at Cedar Keys during the and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hbb.;; and ;rDtozinon Spray 'Weal for ;
Puratey %
weekend were: Ida Shaw, Shirley son; Christopher were camping at 100 Natural,;
.(to, Johns, Mr. and Mn. Millard Judd Camp O'Lena over the weekend. + i.sa' AfIII'I' dual ales. oat. "W ..** _eell.'.4 0 fnlc Thunors won't burn ;'

,F. Edna Schaffer. .Margie Thomson. I01 lie rgtab/s. I...s-,elaos .seta. 1M web wens't 1"
'I Lillian Stump, Doyle Conner Mr. ana Mr. and Mrs. William S. Haas and i 'M the bnia' .. i a,lilt 10.tae 3,71.
., : Mrs. Gus Kopelousos. and Mrs.' Mr.and Mrs.Dale Haas of Starke and O weer HMim..1,C.le. J' stbxr t- f H..NiMHHM 1 Utalpw.hi sacs Hut1FfCLhnlJI
"I' Gene Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey and son '' //NIt. ,...". ;
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daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Little Madison were last Thursday visitors, P '.!,, Gu1. Rrl, k.'13.1' MY r" W..t11t110-COni t06 d N t,
and family< In 1>ecaturl Ga.They were 'of Mrs Nelson Green and family, .' IIi" '
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qp David Corey of Cleveland, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of San-i CHURCH OP : r' 'r tiag .g.39 yWt*

:.' I Attending the Buoy- Linda.Aid r law ford!visited Mr. and their Mrs.son Tom and,daughter-in-Howe over 422 N.'St. Clair 1 I ; 2 .ONer Ends Apsq $3,,

drews to Thomas Saturday, the weekend.' ,*,.yMrs. Walter: f, Monti t a LO IA. 'i Pffl
ZVIt April 16 in Ocala were Mr. and Mrs.W '
o > .ttf McLendoo returned Tuesday *, We invite you to | -
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w daughters Cindy and Mary Kathryn, from weeks visit with her sister, Attended LAWN &:GARDEN CENT

;r Mr and Mrs. Ross Lyons, Bill Ruby Mrs. Nell McDonnell and. family" at Sunday !school .-.-..< : O T R Q Ir. .
!w'; f.. and Mr*. Lelth.Moore allot SUrk*.: 1:Temple:Terrace: Iteming Worship ) 1 # S9 L Coi $t col ,ttaNg l ii j-5748.

the Madison I venlng Service .. .
Mr. and Mrs..Rod Strath of Plant Group StreetBEC1wI'eh'J"
City spent the weekend with his' adult conclave! W.dn.Miay Youth '

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h.. ,'j'.1f Tornadoes Place 3rd in. Girla 1 Meet" 4th /in the : Division. ;i'If" ", ; ::1" :r"1.! ..+F,1ubhtlH, \ "/"n 'A9' ... '.,, .,.,*',' '- 'h' .., J '" Ir., ,., r. t
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girls in the meet-ending mile relay place mile relay and was awarded the long jump. Also, Dawn Hall picked upa ,)l'J! .j\\t.' / .. r : 1 :'

: and that gave the 'Lady Colts a HIt: trophy as the.meet's outstanding 5th in the discus and 6th in the shot, i"I'.' i 1' """ .' -

wlrr over Lake Weir In the Bradford: performer.The Michelle Klmutii was 5th in the 800, ..I 4 f"'f '
,, Invitational track meet Friday, while same honor for' boys 'went to Tammy Mann 6th in t th* two rntu.For .. I. ,: '!,." \

Palatka's boys needed :no such' late Palatka's Shaun Plnkaton, who took the boys the highlight was a, .' :, I
rush as I, they dominated the boys divlslort. first with meet record performancesIn school record-setting performance by > I 11 J

J both' the 120 yard (14.0)) and 330) Antonio Jones, who ran 50.1 to win the
;. The 10 points North Marion scored yard (39., ) hurdles. 440. Also Kenny Wright was 5th in \' I"
with the mile relay victory 'Vaulted Eric .. ," .. "
"1.: was happy we had all both the shot and discus Lane' j r \
them past Lake Weir for the girls title many BUs 4th t
teams come (as we did, BHS coach was 4th In the long jump, was ; 1
with'Palatka finishing Std with' 45points George Loer. "It was a ,disappoint- In the 440 relay Curtis Jones 4th In the T Tij ? .
and Bradford 4th with S7. jnnent that Titusvllle didn't show I BBO, and the mile relay team of Jones,, L J :

Meanwhile. Palatka flexed its understood Eaataide and Santa Fe not Banks, Lane, and Brad Russell took. :1
muscles to the tune of 74 points and an coming. They were told they couldn't thi.
easy; -victory ,over' runnerup Ocala get buses because of the severe It's been a busy 'past couple of
.. Forest', :((48. )' i tr, the boys division. weather down there." weeks' for the Tornado tracltster: I

Bradford1' was sixth In the boys meet, Of'' his own t aJn'* performances? After Friday's Invitational they wenl'!

with 33,8 points.. Loner said; Our girls are like. the/ tot. the-Ribault Invitational Saturdayand
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r t'BHS .coach. George )toper' 'hadI' valiant few and they did a really great then hosted a three-way meet a, 'I '
predicted a slew of records could fall/ job finishing fourth despite our lack of BUS Tuesday afternoon. ?4,f'

I and despite damp, cold weather many depth. The! guys didwll likewise.'We ..Tuesday the Bradford boys scored

did' indeed tumble. boy records were a little disappointed that, Donnie' 83 points to win the trl-meet L'' t T

I were broken' 'and 4 girls.')marks' were" :(Banks) ". false-started in that :100; Ii rv 't hti

busted.ItAmonq' because would have! been first second
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4faa'lso.' e.w.u Ik North MirlM U. 21 Lake *.r> Mam ..s.1) PaUilka' 74, il Ocala r orml.
Weir. SI, 5) Palelke'' 4.. 41 BRADFORD 17. III 411'., II lAb Weir 41, 41, Jan I... and North
wvlll.HS>l..) Kmlam HelgMB' 71 I Live' .Marion 311..1 BRADFORD 33',. 7) Galnoivllle
Out n BWwpKenny. IS,*) ..... W. 101 ... ai orala V.nguardta.jl Jax: BljhopKennyM:
4, J x: LM It, 111 MKMIeborf ItAOrl.l rural.', tllf Galnwtlla) BuchhoU.. 14, II r lalnMVIIIa P.K. Y i ,
tll G.In.seille' Buehhah 6,144. Union/ County; and, Yong II, 1.8.11./ ... 10.15l.ljv,Oak
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4 $ALL: 4B/IIII 27.81., I......'* i IIJftKenny'' ., Olxn4. JolinaoH
1.' IIM4 nw meet .record. I) HALL,"'-..i..lky| v:' MKMny .-..O.. S t WRIGHT BHSI. |"4r. HHDi.'km .
". '.5 a1Har" /at..A...1'; ts 16tt" ... ....... ..'. OOBIIti *, ir HarrlatVmgiMrdi' 6.5.., 5) t/e ROBERT
.&E"EnsOH-I81U) {!1 : BELLAMVMBIWl 64. I-a t '' )
:.t114Msh st.s 41. WooNM> l53//>, ftm DmDMrkf13M >.(Onl.* Fia'ec;;'l>11.SL.: i'EK1C IIS''W: : ; =
A .II) PAM HAWKINS 181191 jl.9W*. tripta .if*** Sharon iPnlaikai ...a'., new Inert 4h..yo
15 VlaiD {P :l lk ) S:9: >t. M* wtor Ii. North raonrd.. M W>- 11 BcTOon 'K.II.o.) ,.' ,
Marten. M.7..a Br'OIord M*, -4M> .1)) HAWK, .tw"k.dh. liPlniatoniPalailm) I l4.oAawhim > \!. I, ,
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,UJtI8t$1.5Ij.w ms.t record, iw. I) Willlami Ua..96 )iBunka BH8 I'I
I w Shlrw 1:41.1.: Ma.ec44.p.lap IIPdallu new med record 4M rater 11 Palalka' 41.1 new
4.M.I mw mist record.,. 41 BHADKOR0 mM racord... 4lhl. BRADFORD 46.', '
....... (\T1I"ntul. P......, Polly Grlllla' KaranKlniulH ... 11 ANTONIO JONES I BUS) I M.I new achootrecord. 1 ,rx ral ''Sk r ,I
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( 155 Patrick MIIU-iBHS) ) 431. act Van Holt (take ;. 7i. u a '
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.a TiM_ II'V.'CLakeWeirl'' < U: : .a..tiTAM- Welrl I.IUO., 41.CURTIS JONES BH8I' I M.S. Y rltt1r" ,. t ; )
MY MANN IBH8 14:301. Oils rater D Northafaron Mite *,.*.,. rater Palalka.. '::.U new mud( 19rT.ti? ;
.:P.I, II BRADFORD 4:11.1 Monica reoord... ..dfonl.'OII..
Berry Pm Boavcll, Rubin Jaflenon, PamHarrlljrsl. HHV1I Wllliama (Lee).:22521> DONNIE BANKSIBHSI
Oa. TM ..... II Bennett Buchholai. ) ) u
.I .::117..... Eddie Tennan.1 IBHSl:.'. Mite ratey" U ? I i iI.
I, .. Ijika Weir .::1...... 31 BRADFORD IBanka. ij
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Brie: Lane 37-4. Jl Brad RiMeell l n-.. MM IM. II Robin Jef,_ 15.11. lie hurel. II K. KlmullaIf 'ar reh' ,.+ "., "'"
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(new 11 Lane 11.-,... 41 Rueaell 117"''itiMM II.l... 41, Tangula Parks II f.MUa41 > .
-; ( .rJ... 41 Clifford IBM 14. ,.. II Lane Carol ruaaril -I71.. Me t.rOi. II K. Finishing a ,
!...... |i Dune) Sanka Id.... II Lea sunders W4.WlraraUfXI Klmulla 11I-11... 41, Denmark 47.5. aaa. 11 Michelle.KimMli .J r"
HIS 411.2.J) Patrick MtI.4&1) ,545. II >:M... 4i Tammy Maim" T.H.I: tat..,!'. School. JecordSophompre -
. Curia l> Bradford 49.S (BeUirny, Ruuell, II Hawklna 4..4I Polly CrlffUIU.T.
.' I .* teas, ......). *.. II Lea Sanders ....7. II Teddy. a *l. raterII Bradford 4:97: .I(Parki, Boawell, tape in a 50.1 440 yard dash Friday You've Got to Watch Those Split Seconds at the Finish Line...
"; '- Breaee I't." MO s.adMY rater I' Bradford .l 4 Jefferaon, ruuelll. iMte. II M. Kimutta lltM.t.I night. His time was, a new. school The liming crew at the Bradford Invitational track & field meet
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ft .. "' .l BellaiBY. Henoen, -. Colayl.!) ne. II HIM ( Mann 'I4MX.4I' "'-111.1. Mite rater 4) record for BUS, taking a tenth of a second -
... Bradford ( .,swell. Jrifenan, watches the finish line a* Milton Williams of Jacksonville Lee comes across In DialAPrayerthe
U, : M.* 5) Mllle B.I. Mile a n 4Iasdfad 117.1: 4:14.1: Berry, f the old mark of 59.2 by Calvin
BelUimy.. ........, Rwee11, Lane). Hawkins), yf 100 yard dash 964-4712
''"''''-' Varnes. Pictured are, at left, the Live Oak coach and from bottom 4m the timing

I stand George Bowen Jerry Patrella, Jesse Moore, Danny McKinney and For Spiritual Uplifting

'' "Big Mac Attack Can Help .BHSSW Charles Hall. 1
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I i, High football team on a project that could raise quite few dollars. !forth, *TorfiHPrTkutnadonroorani. BHS boy* glrla w.-iennla a'l D AarilM oIrlcl'a, Galneavlll. "
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BHS baseball 17.30
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.' coupon half the money goes back Into the school BHS honta let rounot w.n._....tourney' fame(7.30) +.tI -

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fWards any purchase that amount. or more; "Jsft)

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phone's In use. And Call Waiting Isn't. puts busy signals out of business .

1 ibViebii'.A' Call Waiting puts you through even when your Vtxj need Call Waiting. So don't wait Pick<< up you(

M home phones busy It lets whoeveS on the phone phone and call Continental.We'll put you through. .

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If at Jfu-st You Don't Succeed... Try:; Try Again I ,..

Tornadoes Should Host alinevlllegolfer$11)1) 'Plldllf1lh.Jt.r.t., : ...
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wed hitDrk Golf A>.offl.Uon president Ralph Brjart'" and tourney ciMwfll 1tor
I Ben Monley, accepting the chimpk>nthlp trophy for the Strawberry InvluMcUlliU -

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\ Baseball. Tourney Game won the tournament In the first hole ota tlirt'e-waY"lIac hr-death
i playoff lest Thursday at Starke(Rolf Country Club. He paired hole' number

j' Its il Cine tluilita Green: <:ove.', Jm| Arnold and jtonnfo' TUmtll1" ',P:"li..t4i| Mhl, ,I"ok
f The District S-AAA baseball tourna. The Bulldogs of Suwannee scored I I '"'lIlel. .r I
ment next Wednesday night, runs In the first four Innings to leave' K J "I've been coming over here almost every year for 15 years "Jid i} thli'jii like
.I opens and went on to win 8-3 sold afterward "l''h' been reel, com-
April 17. and It appears now thatBradford's BHS behind 8-i first time, I've ever woo It. McDIIda -' '
; Tornadoes will be hosting Thursday at Live Oak. Doug Samonswas prlUlve.... | was second a couple of times."
a first round tourney game at 7:30: 2-for-4 with a double and scored Arnold. 4h.defending champ,and Tumlln went on In the ptayottr( r eFond
Wednesday at the high school Bradford's first run on a single by An- place with' a birdie" by Arnold on the third hole deciding\ f That"'ls>ue .if'|? .;,,

ballfield. dy Chaff In the third. Chaff finished ,...." .... '
t Wednesdays opening round games with 3 hits In 3 at bats, Including a .4'


,": the will Eastslde last have place the, and 3rd district the seeded 4th team team seed
third homer of the ,
and unloaded his year
finals number five. The to Perry semifinals Field at the a 2-run to left. The Tornado tennis teams will be night at Gainesville High and Lake City, play Gainesville Oak, winner of 5 of his last 6. Johns and An-
move of over Florida Thursday night The bottom fell out again Friday at among 18 schools taking part in the The boys top doubles team of Craig Hall's number one team In the opening dy Leitheiser wj.U'play .number; 2
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I, and Gainesville as 6 Tornado errors District 3-AAA tennis tournament Sapp and Jeff Johnson, which has round Wednesday; doubles. ;.
i! The Friday.Tornadoes are 4-4 and helped the 'Canes win 11-1 In six Inn- running this week in Gainesville. compiled a KM.mark this season with The lineup ,01' girls singles ,V 1-
Oak In the district with Ings. Play opens Wednesday morning at the loss to Lake City, is seeded behindthe Sapp. who was M for the season Roberta (8-2), Cheryl Foster ((8-2),
3rd with Live
left and can finish no worse The only Bradford score camel; In five different courts In Gainesvilleand teams of GHS, Buchholz, and and just missed getting the 4th seed In 3- Lori Clark (7.2), Tracie'cJark,
Just than game fourth. Buchholz (7-1) and Santa the first, when Chaff tripled to plate is scheduled to continue throughat Lake City, and play Santa Fe's singles, must play top-seeded and (7-3)), and Cindy Winkler (5-2X. The"
Fe (6-3): which beat Live Oak &-2 Tony Diggs, who had singled. least Friday. Bad weather could top doubles tandemwill in the first round nationally-ranked Shelby' Cannon of Clarks will play number 2 doubles.!
the tournament over into Satur Wednesday, GHS 'In the opening match.: That
the first spill
Tuesday night, have sewn up BHS Nips 'JacketsThe The girls top doubles team of Faith marks the 3rd year In a row hard-luck; As far as team competition BUS
and second seeds and the opening Tornadoes edged past' SI. day.Bradford the seed in his coach Jerry McGriff sees defending
got two seeds in the tour- Roberts and Cheryl Foster, who Sapp has drawn top
round byes.battle for number three the Augustine 3-2 on the road Tuesday to .nament with both the boys and girls breezed through the regular season first or second match at district's. ,state champ GHS as a lock In the boys
In the to play Eastide up their overall mark to 9-11 on the number one doubles teams being with a 10-0 record (losing just 15 Other players for BUS are, in race and Buchholz the girls favorite,
Tornadoes while were Live Oak finishesup season. awarded the number four seed in a games In the 10 matches), have been singles, Johnson, Kevin Johns 4- with the BUS girls; who finished' 9-1,

Wednesday its league slate with a game at the BHS third went sixth up,3-0 and with seventh single. runs In meeting of district coaches Tuesday seeded behind only Buchholz, GUS Greg Clark, and Tommy Crosby, ending up\ middle of the pack ..

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Buchholz (7-1) Friday.
Schoening walk ,
first Jimmy
in the
both win
and BHS or
If Live Oak
tied the Bulldogs ed and stole second and then went to ,.. '. ':<;'
both lose and slay Out < '\ '' '
when St. Augustine's pitcher Washed "
third
seed Men's League ':
three
would the number '
get
because they scored 8 runs to Brad- threw,the Schoening ball away scored on a pickoff 2 batters attempt '1" Dr. Dennis Connaucjhlon. ;;';'

this ford's season 4 in the BHS head-to-head won 1-0 and games Live later. on a groundout by Andy Chaff. Lockeroom Keystone Wins TourneyThe ,(Associated with Dr: Harry Gruen)
added home run
Samons a
Oak won finish 8-3).5-1 Of course to Live if Oak's the Tornadoes 4-5 over Doug the leftfield fence with two outs opening night of the men's as possibly the favorite by winningthe Now Announces -

in the sixth to put BHS up 2-0. league was rained out Monday at Ed- preseason tournament with a 12-1
Bradford gets the third seed the only difference In the seventh Rick Welch walked ward's Rd. field and first games were over Olin's Mobile Homes last Thurs-. {i.
For practical purposes and scored on a day. EVENING DENTAL SERVICES
second
stole
in 3 and Is that the 3rd seed and set to played Wednesday,April 20, .
Eastside In the throwing error off a grounder by with the Country Boys meeting Olin'sMobile Prca Mi Tourney
would draw last .
opening round while place number 4 would Robert Carver with two outs. Homes, and S&W Raiders OH"'.__-. M4 A..314., .. 1 Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM'.
playing Lockeroom Athletic of .. ....... Ml Mi I*
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losses at Live Oak and Gainesville W. SuriMW.54533.W.en.AMERICIS. Heights was a late entry In the men's .M.. Clark Itovoll' SM wild Mo daub....,MH Sww 1-1 -
High last week.PG'e. .55453. league but they branded themselves with, .dpobto. Jim' 0..1.4/33.


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I 15-6 BHS Girls are Busy 5 f ir 1il'



4, Road Games in 4 Sfkool Days: ,. End S f Ala f m I tOP1S! "qm s
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,'Anyone holding a Bradford' Jligh*.' '. .like\the ii'r'\ r\\;;.till; t of1't 'gtl'fsllU .

girls oflbair schedule probably hot({:' 'I In ton' 1M act a aiViBl the Broncos. Men's Church

an\ inked up'mesi after scratching out Mashell Brown was 2-for-3: with 3 '
v ;'UI thvrgmott$ and penning In !the !' runs1',' Vat 'Hllmm >3 with 2 RBIs Five| Ieamll' are stacked atdfMthe

{ makeup. game*. IWK'lanie Wood 3-4. Kay Allen andLisha 'church'leagues with ..records as the
What I the regular!season boils down Long both 2-4 with 2 RBIs Myra local league got started with 'games I
to for (the Bradford girls now is a rug-' Cummings 1-J with 2 runs and 2 RBIa, Monday and Tuesday night: "> ', "
span of:.four school 'day-'with two- RBJs, and Marla Reddinl! 1-4 with 2 Kingdley Lake are both l-o.; '

games at two different cites/ one after runs. A top regular season opener Mon.
noon. And aU four", games'are on the Tuesday BUS didn't,' hit, nearly as 'day had Northftide- Baptistturning
road. <" well against the. Bobcats, managing back preseason tourney champ First
The Lady Tornadoes are 15-6 just 9 hits compared Ho the. 10 hits Baptist' by a 14-9 score Left fielder
overall and 4-2 In the district after a .against Mlddleburg. Eddie Mazen had a big night at the
4-3 loss to Gainesville Buchholr(tlH. "We gave 'em two (runs) and theyesrned plate for the winners socking 3 home
4-4)) in the home finale Tuesday. They two and that beak us,." Tor runs and a single and knocking in 5 of f
finish this week with two away nado coach Gayle Lee told her girls the 14 runs. For the losers Randall

games, facing Santa Fe Wednesday, after the loss. "I've been telling you McGee hit .two out and was also
April 20, at 4, and Gainesville High the little errors can cost you the game 4for4. t
Thursday at 5. But Monday' the and today proved It" 1pt .nk ', f
toughie. Lee still feels, as she, did at the 1st Baptist Tops Tourney...

Bradford goes to Eastslde for a 3:30: beginning, that, .her team Hs fully, Combining timely hitting with 1
'gnme Monday and then will load back capable of winning the district tour r A rrsyL+ strong defense 1st Baptist edged Nor. f
into the bus and head down the road to nament. "The team that ,playa the thside Baptist 6In the NA" division I

:GHS where they're scheduled.. to best defense is goingto.{ ? win, finals of the church league preseason t j'
meet. the Lady 'Canes at 9.! district's," she said Tuesday. / tourney and then topped "B" champ
Bradford outslugged Middleburg The tourney opens next Wednesday'April ; Presbyterian 11-2: for the pverall top t
14-10 last Wednesday before losing to 27, at Santa Fe with the 3rd prize. I

Buchholz. through 6th place teams playing open Randall McGee slugged 'a solo .
.. The hitting\ leaders read just about log round games. homer and Wilbur Waters singled -
.
home Jim Lewis for another run as t
1st Baptist broke a 4-4 tie with Nor-
thside In the top of the 8th for the"A"

Abraham Canfux M.D. '. i title: Meanwhile Presbyterian slugged
.:' ; I 19 hits and beat Smyrna Baptist
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General Medlclna{ 13-4 in the "B" final.

I,: Announce the opening of+his office 'at. I" q ()khAA ",fir # Summaries.

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tourney, Including its wim*104 thumping.f Smyrna-, 'The 3rd annual f'1Qrada/st.t Prison Jll n'* in vita1ttonal ; ::4.

B.ptlshnd a 20-8 rout over Church of God II. Craig Sapp Softball tournament Is set for May 20-22 .at the

7 fu? S ;l\, ly + ) 1 batted 688 with 4 extra base hits and 9 run for them take Butler Softball,complex. .',

} followed by Bill Sefcton .588 with a run/ Wilbur' Water :, Entry fee ta SOS,, payable to the FSlt Pistol Club

.538. Mike Hartley sod with '4 extra base hrjk EddieMcGee through Bonit Howard *t P.O,..BOX 747, Starke. The .:

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'J New River Church also placed high, with win over place team and Individuals, second, third, and fourth

Northside 20-11 and Lake City Church of God II 1M..' place teams; home run champ and' golden glove

I h ," s ; Mark Mosley hit .607 for New River, followed by Harvey champ .
: ate Y t r Rhoden .583, R. Griffis .&45, Di Grlffis .038, and<< Sam Call Brenda Seeley at 964-8123 from IFS weekdays, and ?

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\ ":'.*' tejRacing ," ,. game Tuesday night. beating the 0nM.w .......; _Jews.led will C triple. Todd M.wJ 14, "Orow Dovi",,|.|. .'
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Olympians. ', -" 'andwienr.rrw.. .. Steve 3-jbt'-'I"I Weed. l.s..h.aouoM. Marti Trerlar.I.._a eVile, '....,...1. :
Jones was a triple' Oowoy 1.4, Jail Comer .... '-ST' Its /tt e'
to First Base. ,, .
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and Jerry Roebuck J-3 with 9 runs for ..- .fdwb.. Ns Mlle "
0lyepe Oeby awN..5.-t Doe 0.510' ,
Smith the! oumter'game t
scooped .
III this e..e III the PhUnes Indians minor leaftue Phillle pitcher Jimmy tip gf the first place Merchants t-t wttti e IIMMI ran IkMd Momllion ..,..... Tale Tuesday night the ball beat Indian batter Hobble and threw to first baseman Sharer Slicks ,,for. Uepuloot. Also ,the Olympians( / won 'over elttood and awry Wrto" ltWW ", .1JsM.at u, wean... _r 5.553... .Lae' $5.._. "'P

Padgett &e Ont base, Brooker 11-1 as Robby. McEae, pitched. Mnd.y.Aps tt M.h.r tea. MtMnt M.ImlM. 4.to,...MM a Kioto. ewY,
az-hitter. 1" I d.rbt.. f,Moan t.I..Ith. kj, j, .
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I t Starke Indians Top Phillies 18-8 for 3 :0': Minor League- "Mark;,),;' ,;I.i TO. .r 202 Starke South Bttadford Walnut County, P.O.Chamber Box 1116 of Commerce. .'i

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!t .....,.Jt..ll I.' nw..Mg.Jywd13" ,. Starke, Florida 3209, Phone;064-5278! '

The Indian topped the Phillies 18-8 Dixie Minor tawny:_ Ml U sstS PMIIt.d' MM itt

In Starke tint Tuesday In night the to Dixie keep Minor their Itaiim.Jn.ew indent, WkW AHiU. ..., Annie ttt OHM II !.. C.a t Pl= 'iI......... Ih..MN. e..ISSIpp4wrdi.. : : ) .. FROM; :(Please. print or type) ),, \ .,4, ,. a:
grip on place Brown and WhIHi. .h.d ".ul.t .. Coln,.. HuMd (tote. *. "". I' .,)
Tolot........., stnsl.d.n. ..need: .:i turn. IHrM M.f Jenny {} : :
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league with perfect 9-0 record. erne. A"'Ior, Aid.,........4...... Dewd Stew.hod ant.pt. tedhHN. ......., tlmmy Toylor,' _ItobM -.- riM, ioAnM. Otlv* frlotabt ': ., : : .\; .,
Also Tuesday the Twins beat .... ..... 5.s.-3 ...... ImwrrnMH, AndrOoodaoM. and Advn bet lwgll .nd, t p:bt.en s.: their .trams ntn'iflplo.j ltwt'.i'' "V > ,, V. ,: to ,
Brooker Red 19-1 with Ashley Alday .had ...,..... 04:. and two... ........ 2- ", .. Ctuw/ad trlpt.e, '" "., \". ,. ri' ,. .
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contributing 4 runs for the Twins. IndlMS tea M I"i.1 It'MHIao tnS.twlm Mt stI' M ( .......s.d Ota (II lit t V 't4. } ""' 1 ;'
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rfi iiiw> in MI n f 'lewtr5Ns alit| ) 5 i it I \ .
Summaries Indlaoo Uaoom tlmmy. Toylo' had > donates. InwyFrevaH fwlm, luilinii jn>my Ctowtord hat. tlngl" '. .... .....ko. tap IMmni Chrt haw S lln..... ........ ,,, ;..., ,I, r r" ..ra' r
'.....April. a trtplo. .... and. 1 nine. Mobblo. ......... and tfwklc. A.NN. Away,Gory_l ...idJiiml.sews earth. Iwo MnaX ..v .\f'SMNMaKHMnl j r' '. . ". .1
_..11M Mt I t Andy s ...... t .me,... Honda In/iM a "Wpl. and dMibtaTlon Davy tawm.d...........ubl.. doll:, \.. ; : ,rr ,.( .." ', I : j.i --= J":. ells> Id PMHIos' L.dnaAa.n i Nlcholi 1 lor.*with.double.Jimmy linJiill bonnie. haneN 4.for-4 wMlladWk. >4aJiH .......with, 4 niMi, Anther" Wood.>Semen and.\ runs., '
: .-'. -iJm .. .....and Kyle itallrs. h.d Imllh. end .Lomila. CHIvo both .had ........ 'pews Jadua1 end Cava kMh tad dovMM Diana Lee dxiW, skate. end I KM. !. .
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Ned CON'TES'T' ...
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FOR NEW CHAMBER SLOGAN" .
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I :. Defending Champ Giants Lead Major League, StandingsThe ". TITLES: 1. Length of time: April 10 thru May JO, 1983 9 9W \

.' .. ... ,t\'tpy. \ :';}>",\'fc; a. Entries to be received at Chamber of Commerce'office"by. ;:.r 4(

defending lea sly:all wa i..lo-4,and Allwt" Portart with' 'a te.dw.e'leas ins Eiun. ::: J.' ItAhnd.I .. May. isles., .' .' :

of Starke the ian4 1001 a .......sod winning. posher. sob ., Length bf Slogan Entry:,10 words or lest4. /. "t

off on the got right Ito 41 1 Ilyal3 Wckwetwr: t.1 with" a:-double. Allan. "ttnm. i. and guise......... ," : Who may submit entry: Those Individuals in'this? Immediate, 4Signedr }I \

** NI'o _....... Cam Wed tud.. ....... '
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and three other 5.-N .IIoo\P1, .tradearea within 20 miles of Starke. ,
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at the start of and t. id. I..4 tddW Doug/s. .t.1'k! Honayartt: B. No limit on number of entries from any Individuals; #I

league. dollble.'n: ; iriltlmUwUHof.3wim. .=.Oiiidl; -.w Ml IM i* .. Member of Board of Governors of Chamber of Commerce. ,,: ,..
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The Giants I ; 1 1 with a double, Chrtt Tucfcar 1 1, M r bra and their Immediate families are not eligible to enter. tx.
an 11-4 win over the wMnhtt "rndnr.w.M.,11p.s Sloe fray** frOvOH..N1-I Silt,Shims ran,, "
Gold . doubts, and.Hpta. T-"ty feny "WMMnt (Ittliar end 14 7. No particular entry form'necessary.. ,.; ""' 1
topped Lawtey II "
IM win a hogs nm, triple, and 1 MMi, sow WlWama 1 I-I, 8. First Prize- .100.00.
as Allen Porter 0_ III .'ii ...... Haaw' I.*, Tony Donnlanoa I I.1.
at bats, Including a I IM Mt 4 oats laadom JanHH -... Stor.. wllh I rfowblaolI SLOGAN. ENTRY

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Lawtey Cubs Baseball l Team jiintps Oat. .to .',4-0 Start ,. in. Season, '. : ;",I:;' ,; 'r. :.:.:" .;...'.'. ': "


: The tawUiy Cub baseball team has member of the ballciub, pltcing d line l WUlte BrovJrt ,tossed ti.ihitteri Z sir/iIt"r,' ::, l..t l Satur sy.Tommy. 'ITtttioUk ,I'. .. ... .. .'. '. :... ... ,..' ..j'1''j." ....' ,' ..." ..:.

jumped oft to i 4-fl Mart to date., \ game and Willie McNeal and 1: m"f Ing out 8, and the CUbe Lopped", threw' S Innings of strong relief duty i :,pit a.1' J\jINI' .iw""r.udy !'Pt".i1lflt1l'''I' r fM'." ''tT'Tll. +tdtq'r.'a. : ,

q! .,. The Cubs opened with a t-3 win oven:;rt .iamia' jstronx: both hitting hornsThe r._.''t. darln 14-3..11> tlr.I1/I ti' Lop" and the lube ntppod Jacksonville'' .., S .... '. as ... w ,.-'v..r, rrr' r'. -. '-" ,
I ,. Mandarin, with S. Sutton, the newest next time out player-iriaiu 8er hitters with 4 base raps id 4 at bats' Kings i-4. Then(Sunday the Red- ,
0\\ dick RooKies fell to the' CUbs 0-3. .' .

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Legal Notices ---- ._ .... _- --- --' -- -- ... ..- -'-' -. -- -e. arwar ..d..o .e.u.Lr +-. E

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE the personal. ,.pr...".- Rang 22 Eat), (Bradford rteordl of' Srbdlord -TO: (IIIAND ,'MOG
OF ADMINISTRATION totlve, or,, ,the, venur .or County florida. County Florida; In $.*.. JR. and .GAIL ANN. :YOU ARe HEREBVNOTJFrEO claim:, ar demondt (tK dlf*j>CtOfj: ", tt spaced
AIMntareited) public. jurisdiction of the co,.... DATED Ihl.8th day ohApril 1I0J'IIj 11..':Township 1 HOGG. that an action 'attaint! the Estate ore... meeting 'of thaiharhold -

and porotrontlloperator td ALL PERSONS rIAV.ING ALL CLAIMS 1983.. South, ; Rang 19 foil YOU'ARE, NOTlFtW for Adoption of tha poked VrtTHIMO THREE >ni of Florida
private within Bradford ClAIMS OR DEMANDS.!! AND OBJEC GILBERti. SROWw, containing' AS. "acres, .that on ,action :14, above named. children ((3)) MONTHS FROM THE Bonk 'at Stark will ba
.
County* are herebyadvltad DEMANDS AGAINST THE TIONS NOT SO FIIFD' CLERK monk of ta.... ,' foreclose A mortgage a.,. /hon boon filed against DATf OF THE FIRST' held at' the banking

that the Departmnt ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL WILL BE FOREVER BARED. BY) BeulohMnody DATED, April 19, )\18:1.: cumbering he following you OLIVE HAWKINS PUBLICATION OF .THIS hou.. of Florida lsatkmal >
of OTHER PERSONS .INTERESTED Deputy Clerk42l2tehg428 .GIISERT S. BROWNjitu property M Duval County JORDAN ond 'you 'are NOTICE, to tile With the tank located: at
Trantportatlon
for a capital grant under IN THE ESTATE! Data cot the': first ; ,.fit1' ct.k ot the Florida: required to serve a copyof Clerk of the above Court il4 Hoaon Sheet .In the

Section 16b) (2)) of the YOU ARE HEREBY publication oi this Nolle 'if. Court Lot 7.c CASA !l your written defenses. :'a written tatmnl cf city -of Jackson"IHa,
of AdminitratlontApril IN.THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1 tV ( ; .It any claim air demand tat. of Florida. .n Man-
Urban Matt Trantporto- NOTIFIED that the admlnlttratlon : ulah MoodyNOTIC FOREST, accordlnn tx> any.fa H. on the ptalntttfk (
tlon Act of .1M4, at. of lha' 21' 1983. > ,. .,10.; "" CIRCUIT COURT FOR OF jld'w.' D." uty Clerk plat thereof (' col-dad .In .artarncy,. wfxne their Lt.otr' have. EocN day, May 16. 1983. at

amended, for tile purchat ..'ot. of Edith N.Adddecaataxf / WlllraafdAddylA.) i FLORIDA BRADFORD, IN COUNTY AND ::i\'i\\' 1/7l12tchg. /21 Plat Book 3, paw 56 of ''name and 'addr***' U claim most ba In writing' 10-OO a.m., 'for the put"
of one (111 Filet Number *PrtonalRepresentative the' 'publIC, Word: ofBradford' John L. Briggs, 922 'and rmltl 'Indlcat/ 'the'bads pat. at considering. andct.tormtnlno
of FLORIDA ; : Atlantic"" tank .Building:! for the claim, the by vat*'
,
1$ patngr von to be B3-2B-CP .In pending In CIVIL ACTION t: INTENTION County I
the of name and address of If*
Estate whether
Florida. Jacktctnvlll. Florida an aer-
for TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS ,
utd for the troniportatlon the Circuit Court '
Edith N eddy Deceased COla No. 2-2SS-CA been creditor or his agent wattoAyi the told bank
of elderly and parr Bradford County, NAME \\'i.'f.\;) \ :: h. fll.d 32202. and III the : 'toTtterq.
and th'
dkopped .........*. Service Florida, Probate DM-. ATTORNEY' FOR. PERSONAL FARMERS AND DEALERS. Pur.uonr'Idy. 'SecPtoil :aaalrwt you and you are original with the clerk. of claimed./ If th> ond Florida National
amount
It being{ opratao1; ion,. the address of .869.OT Florida Statute required to trV4 a copy the above ttyted court on lank of Brevord County.
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REPRESENTATIVE! BAND Plaintiff, of your written detenu**. or before May IB. 1983. claim I* not yet due, the Florida Rank at Fart
within Bradford County. which I Ie Bradford County It
HOWELL' EAS., PA.. notice hereby giventha If to It Frederick. .otherwtte a (udgamanl data when It will become Pure: ., Florida National. .
This program Consists of of Caurthou The Stork. Suite tot,,'", ,. THOMAS B.:HAMILTON, 'l'1M./ [''un
the transportation 42 Florida. personal of 'h. lOOORIvertloe Avenue JAMES E. HAMILTON; Joe A, S..,.... Kenneth D. !PHILLIPS plaintiff attorney you for the '...II.fd.mond..r the claim I is contingent or .Florida National Bank of

mentally dally handicapped1odultt to and from .raprtntatlv._ M WIHred Edward Jocktonvlll. Fl 32204< Z.W. HAMILTON a/k/a Chlttf\and Vvillldm P. whose- address It In the com unllguldoted, the nature Martin 'County Florida.

the Sunshine ACT.Work Addy. whata address I I. ((904)) 354-122 ; ZEDRA HAMILTON.: GL.nneota; or )olnlowmwi Suite 600 1325 San Mon ,plaint or petition., 'at the uncertainty' *sholi; National, Rank at Oeota.
'/712tchg 4/20: UNITIDSTAnSO. rfolrtg butlnwund co Boulevard. Jock onVIII WITNESS my hand and be _...... H the tlalm I is Florida.National Bank of
Activity Center an WestState 4'30 Morven Road ,
Rd. 16. This Include Jacktanvllla. Florida/ "AMERICA acting .' .r the firm name of ., Florida 32307.on or' ,"th* seal I of told Court onFebruary tecured .the security Palm Beech County
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT through thaADMINISTRATOR Florida' Morln and before May 6. 1983.:and 1, IV93., shall be dMcritwd. The Florida National Bonk. atPentacoJo.
transportation on 32210. The name and ad- ,
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EIGHTH JUDICIAL Fiberglass, : 104 W, file the original With the Gllbertl.'ar- 'claimant -thall deliver Florida National
weekly appointment dress of the
and regular scheduled: personalr.pre..ntatlge'e .,. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SMALL BUSINESSADMINISTRATION Brownl*, Srorka,', Intondt drfc of this Court either, -.:.. Clerk of MW Court sufficient copse of the Bank:of PlmMo
field tat forth BRADFORD COUNTY.;, ,end" f. register told fietltlaua bator laffvlc* on plains,. .y: Buloh. M. Moody claim to the Clerk to County Florida National
trtpe.The of this torny below. or. FLORIDA the INTERNAL REVENUE name under,the tiff attorney or Inv r,..Deputy} Clerk 'enable the Clerk M. mail Bank. at Part St. Joe.
purpose CASE NO. 83.30. SERVICE. UNITED SATES 4/14 4tcha 5/09 (I') to the Per- Florida Bank'of SumMr
-< Wdlatly thereafter one copy
notice It to advlt all .Intereitad All parsons having alor..old tta ut*.. ; .
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DEPARTMENT THE rhlfS'h of.April' 6thn iM a default uriMk ...1 U| anal I RprtntatlvKAll ;County. Florida National
transit and claim: or demand RONALD NEWMAN TREASURY ATLANTICFIRST 'Doted day "JN! THE! CIRCUIT: COURT' ) and
; entered against 'you person. Interested' Bank at Vero beach,
paratrontlt operators of against the **tat* ors SR., Plaintiff,.: 1983. ; far the relief demanded OP FLORIDA. in The tttat I. whom (FlorMa Bank of. Valaato

:iI tervke being planed retired, WITHIN THREE VS '" NATIONAL BANK OF. soy//07'ntpd) / 4/21 In the complaint or ptl-"' :EIGHTH JUDICIAL Copy of this Notice: of Admlnl -, County .with and Into
for providing tranaportalion MONTHS FROM THE JOHNNYPONSand! GAINESVILLE: and : ,1'l: 'tr,"ln hat been Florida Natlanal) Bank.4acassd .
BRAD
!, ""lc.. for the DATE OF THE FIRST JEAN PONS. his:.vifrr DOYLE VARNES d/b/a l ( flanwitNBSS my hand cwx*. ; FOR ',",oil''"' 'ens required. ,In'Jackianvtlle'
and PUBLICATION OF THIS '
elderly handicapped and DOYLE VARNES =rr'.oN: COUNtY. WITHIN THtM ((3) MONTHS .' Stal* 01 Flarida."WMtar
l 'the seal I of tM* C; urt oh '
within the deacrlb- NOriCE to file with th '
area DISCOUNT CAM NO. 837KPINKS j
SOUTHERN INSURANCE .
AGENCY : MOM tHE DAn OF 9M' provisions of.
t.
March :M. .
t TOHSO Sni I
ad above, and to Intc're clark of the above court : ,
r-OMI'ANY.Defondlont' Defendants. THE FIRST PUBLICATION low* of the United
that such written statement of Fictitious NAME" Gn.BERTp.:BROWN\ I
a a
program : . ratified
Of THIS NOTICI'lto'iI'I)* .Sate, hall be
would not represent a claim or demand E'Yd: {, A*Clerk of the. Court ', '
; '
any THaC-ttataof
NOTICE OF SALEPURSUANT NOTICE QF:,SALE Pursuant'".to' 'Section' .VtBeUtah Moody1AaOtoutyCter ; r 'any. onctlont| Hwy moyfhava /and confirmed..; uoct
of current have. Each
duplkatlon or they may TO TOM K. HARDY, ,of the
that/ challano the to tha approval
proposed services pro. claim mutt lie In writing CHAPTER 4S 'I 'k.r'.by 'i6S.0* ,HorWe Statutes.notice Deceased .
NOTICE' ,Is Cur-
.. lajuallfKallan/ of the Pranoi (Comptrallar of -tfe* ,
.
!t vlded by existing tnntlt and mull Indicate the >. rwrwby *o"w"" n, '(A eoprof fila twMpIoIltt..t j e "
(given that purtuant to e l' Ra ..entatlv oil .. '
r I basis. for the claim the that "''lltf unddnlgne?; 'or petfWon filed lwrM I* NOS .1"
or paratrantlt operator Nolle 1 thai,. ofForclatur of
given Final Judgement ,1h. Venue of (uritdhcflonof sand fo/'th' purpoa*
HOSPITAL offlu
In oreo.Commntt. name end address of the KAESWO 'Offoxfwd farh* copy
'pursuant Final ntrd In A4P ? 5TR,4mONTqAUl'lIISONSHAV. -
to a *> > : the Cowl" voilna upon 'any t.hertmottere
either for creditor or his agent or COP lll TION. 'INC., noHe whisk ft moftd <
.Judgment dated April the above-sty led actionon All; CLAIMS.DEMANDS Incidental to h..proposed *
or against this tervk by attorney, and the to)* or l *nK>wna... do < fa eh d.*...n* far .
IB. 193. In Case No. 19 t Willall ; '
April 1983 AND OBJEOTIONS "" jsftk.sa'tonkf
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fI
and
such public private amount claimed. H the Ing ING CLAIMS .ORDtMANtoS .
.30; of th* Circuit, th* 'property '.-'NOTBO" FILED -A ftih
; copy
transit and parattantlroperator claim I* not yet due; the firm of BRAOFOR4PE2 .speetfe. fh.n.C Hat. ar" \ AGAINST : ; .
the : Bradford THI) :
Court Eighth situated In ''WlLL'1I FOMVMt' BAKP aloretaid,*9'..
Call{
jOf the' .
E.
I will lie received data when It will become BtMn
-iry
Judicial In and for County, Florida, a* ABOVE ESTATE AND Au.OTHEI' 'RED. remoat. i anent,.executed byerHy a_.
.1"10" ..' Idled 0
within ,. yi.rk.
due ( -e1oMen.nP
: at any time shall lie noted. HIh S UVf9ftt .
Bradford County, described: on the attached it'It.ul. "PERSONS "IN* *, af ," th*' first. ,( at the dime*** of
thirty ((30)) days from thadata claim I N contingent or whl.hi Schedule) 320915! :40 herein bv-m fhlnllH?
Florida. In of Real WESTEO( Sell THE! ESTATEt f puIiII01-this Natlc each of lisp por1lclpat
.
,sold. iINI/Ww, .
hereof '.'All )
comments unliquidated the natur .gicter WajBtmtarialtorneir
i aON"'LD.i NEWMAN. Property< at public sole 'tl VOW AM." "HE e.Y ..of'Admhtishetlonr" AprJt, bank. providing for th*
be l ; ,. 3/91 "/21 !
addressed name'G.atdOr' : dtchg
thauM of th* uncertainty" shall \ '1' : : J, .
.5*.I .It th* .alnttH. and to the highest bidder tto".fhot'I1M./ w4., 9e.15 en fib at ifc*
to sob lerlmer, e* .toted.If th* claim .h :JOHNNY PONS and for .Cash,. at the front ,ne4NM"l'J"... .- '. "mlnlttratian", of.the. Etlat ,. !!J r/rfhf9, L !I-L'\.and may.be (n t t.pessed
Director; at Bradford) tcuTd the .Security 'JEAN !PONSr his I wife.and \ .1 < "TOM 'K.. HA.
door of the Bradford \r of : OYM jtPr* n.l I ar apnroeie. *" 1.,during buMnmt
AMOclatlori for RetardedCltlunt thall be cI..c md. The SOUTHERN DISCOUNT County. Cotirthoutf m prtl.' =; 't.iN' 1T COURT ,ft D.ceosedi'Go; ( +* Cumbe: ...''''.of '
Borer 1'(1---1
Bon claimant I ; .
P.O. J09. shell deliver 'ford ,
COMPANY ant Stork:Florida at 1100a 4' 13.2t-CP.ispendlnq lr>\.. k.RDV.. (..... -.,
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Stark*, Fl :3M9I. with uHlclenl copies of tile the DetwndiHit. I will ....., Daylight Savings ,, :. \'. the Circuit" Court'for:'"''.t ''.1dpe'd'd{ ...........
hwn''...... .to Pal*) dalm, totha clerk ; "
copy the clerk tonaM ,bell to tMt highest and :Tim. an the I'th day of "c',, .Bradford; ,,,, Countyglorida.'Prdbot.'tDivlr, /'/.12. '12 '
Croft Department of to mall 3yt ; ..
\ if" !
best bldstV far tosh, 'at May, 198. 1' '. ,, "' ./?I

Tranepara'lan; Lofts*3mo7 : ChY. 'ana tonal r tape to each per. the lOot front door of m* SCHEDULE ",l",fat.N.ai.4M q.} ,, .fern the,' odoVew of( ;" .j !t _,t..,:;.. t
'10. 31055, representative.AH ,
47Mtchj5iaINTHtaHCUITCtXJtT Interestedki .ntdford >County Courthouse Of REAL ,fI 1\4 ;c t't'OUM' JnlcU.U' the' Bradford j t,' ,;_..'. .. .'
ha persons attata to whom li*< Stark. Bred 'pROPfflTYAll srTNL, .. ACTio .I. 'oun"l'.1 to II rf ho......: *M'.,'t ......,
a lord County. Florida,' atM00 : 'of IS* WVk< ''of Mt.SEW. Sf..r.. ..,. Floridu:'The "* '
copy of tnl 1.Notice of Administration }\, ,1. : "i'i' 1E1; ')r'' Ajj'SullO
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hoe boon on May .2.913. .* ; ..en. .t /ol': aanal-Re rt.irfatlv/ a 'i
FOR BRAOFORO 1 the following Township '7 B..uth. thev e.Mf* I I. "I..t... r
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.COfJNIr ',,, mailed TtfJN ore" rqulrd, describe/ sat ,; Rana(1( I Ba.1,".'lying ,gp, ta.nL; ; : l" : ,HARDY: e,,ad d ) ;m. ., ....
WITHIN .
I FLOIUDA- THE DATE OF THS''ROM TH*' forth m *.0rcIIIt'-of final, 'South i ontHAfatt. el dot P ''d..I.; Route 3, Bed 942rr'; (. ;" '.:" ..11......"' ''"''

?, PROBATE DIVISION tvdg.morotl' '\, .: 'Rood., _I4IJnMg ''JO. ",,, .J''fM! '. *'....k..' FloridaTh*' "!...
FIRST : PutHCATION: .
OF .
rlt.(! Number 83WCff' : .' JYesnl.bit' +
let a4't.Ck' 'A, '....:ftwo 4/r lees.ANOtt"f'qf sJ nameatktoddrew. of rtucit /
THIS to fife .
1.J.47. NOTICE any' 4 1 ., : '
tvIllOft OoIow o4.'W.\on.. ,, ,I NWhA, GAIL rytiNDel. 1\ tt4"P.y.' < n 0. .' ATM.lit:3".f.:: ..
Nova"IMHo"| that" they map the a* .per ; plat thereof M bnd NI\4t""bf tylFifib etrClednp ; l..yOTC10FrUiT. rdJett/.,R"bprerwladve.,:ate;:, '....,.;'" rs f.,. ,I''W ,
; IN REl ESTATE OF: the challenge 'recorded m Plat sack 3. ante *... s JJ/fIWPTTC"/ t',;adt?,Pac..ey.tanll; 'tot ,'forthTr. j.IMooII III, 0-'
of naceaent's :
sbadt
EOITH N. ADD'I : 'I' .Validity "I i .paBaS.'II (bating M.C1tcn:. n oet1lr Dcod, will, fttea>..Killftcotlon of : fGWr\1lltlp/ :;.. South, &" #, aga 371.f :
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Is it still possible In these United States for a poor boy fo people on the payroll." c "' ?la chtifthG'JNC,

grow up and become,through his own hard work and ambi- He still has fond memories of the old turpentine days*_ ,' ...,4,5r,, ;
tion, successful beyond his,wildest dreams. in the modern however, when he and his men made the early morning. 3r
business worldt treks into the vast woodlands. that still existed In 'North.
The answer to this question comes through'as a resounding Florida in those days. "
!'yes" after you get to know Lake Butler's Marvin "It's really a dying art and I hate to see it go," he'said.
Pritchett, president of Pritchett Enterprises which In- "We have only five men still working with turpentine tight
cludes a highly successful trucking business, a focal NAPA now and I really don't know how much longer its going to
auto parts store and various real estate developments last. The best of the old Yellow Slash pines' are all gone.:
'tbrpuyot/ ,the Urdon County area They wore really,the 'Cadillac' the pines. LL'
.,Raiaedby his grandmother In Raitortl1it what"he cells a The leafs was. used for a number of product.*'\f 1h4Injw'p
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959 when wwaasbworking his way through the Urdversi- ly In those days, and at a leisurely pace that seems alien to : ,
ty of Florida with A small, backdoor pulpwood trucking 'the modern workaday world of 1983. Each tree had to be
business consisting of two battered old Ford trucks and.a carefully( as not to damage the inner surface) cut open
staff of one- himself so a metal recepticle could be inserted to collect the gum
"It was the first time I had worked for myself and it gave resin: The resin ran down between the bark and wood' and ----,
me a taste of what it was like to be my own boss,"Pritchett into the container fastened to each tree.
said as he sat behind his desk In the ultramodern setting of The workers would have to return and check the slowly Big Load...,
the main office at his business headquarters in Lake dripping gash once each month for as long as resin con- Employing over 80 local and area workers, the companyhas
One of Prltchett's drivers watches as a load of wood
Butler. "We weren't Just poor when I was growing up In tinued to flow 300 IDS. of resin were required' to produce one 'chips spills Into the back of one of the company's new rigs provided a real boost to the Union County economy, II
I Raiford, we were the poorest, That kind of environment barrel of pure turpentine. which Is parked at the Owens-Illinois woodprocessingplant. grossing over 16 million in 1982. Pritchett says these are
, gives you some pretty powerful incentives to make. your "The business is almost dead now, Pritchett says sadly. the types of clean, productive Industries the area needs.
/'The lack of mechanization hurt badly anything else
work as much a success as you possibly can. as as
As far as his business Interests have come, however, his There was just no way to find a mechanized system to do
company still retains quite a notlcible family atmosphere, the Jobs that men did any"faster It's not efficient any more' r
present among the both the staff at the main office and the and we're phasing It out. '-"' PAY
drivers and maintenance peopleover( 80 in alDwho are In In 1970, Pritchett bought two' other turpentine operators ..wrlar r
charge of what has grown into a fleet of 50 large. trucks and'in the area .
85 varying types of Trailers. In 1970." Pritchett bought out two other' turpentine arslt; t i TF, ,
'''He strict but he's fair and he treats everyone the same operators in the area. The trucking business evolved from r1
'way,",said one of his drivers while waiting for a load of everything else, according to Pritchett.' and now It is .the, :t'Y E' ;., ,. '
chips to be loaded into his truck at the Owens-Illinois plant largest part of his company. .,.. ). ;'
: he has three companies, Pritchett Inc. Timber __ p.J ',"
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Just east of Lake Butler. "He has high standards for his ,.
j employees and it shows. He keeps good people on the and Trucking Co., New River Developers which owns a considerable .. ".' .'
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.payroll.. 'The Pritchett trucks haul wood chips' for lumber companies pAPA parts store. .\' ,; "" !
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I like Owens-Illinois and Georgia-Pacific, hard rock The capitol generated worth of his holdings has grown :
from the mines near lime rock for the Florida 'considerably over the past few years from a gross of W u : : +, ''fr ,
, Department of TransportationtOT) ) which ends up as the million three years ago to over sue million last year.
foundation on state and local highways and roads, fuel-oil The decision by Owens-Illinois to build a major wood-
I and gas for local companies j. throughout a four county area. :;shot In the arm for the Pritchett Trucking Corporation."That .
Business, by all accounts la booming. Pritchett says he .Is was the kind of thing we need more of here in this,(
I currently negotiating to buy 20 more new trucks to keep up ,area," he says. "I'm on the Development Authority here ;. > -.
I with the demand for his services., >and this Is exactly what'we look for, companies that can 5 ii"-t-- '
, -"We're excited about the business- ,' expanding but you come In and give our local economy a real boost. Our local ,
: know, what really gives me a good feeling is to be able to payroll really. Jumped up when our business started to \
hire so many local people and people from the Alachutt, reflect the Impact of Owens-Illinois moving here." *
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I county and Lake City areas that really need the Jobs,"Prit- His fleet of trucks has grown to meet the new demand accordingly
I chett said. ."This county needs all the business we can get from those two old trucks to 42 with 85 trailers Pritchett employees do much of the.
because we're so small compared to others in land area and and his network of contacts In the business world have malntenence for the large fleet ef -
., population. Florida's going through a boom In growth and I spread far beyond what be originally envisioned. trucks the company has In ..... OII..
want this company to be a part of that growth," "This area s potential really hasn't been tapped yet," Here an employee works ever a completely -,
, The growth of his business has always been.Pritchett'sprime 'says Pritchett who la a member of the local Chamber of rebuilt diesel engine which" ,
I concern. Commerce and who is also on the Board of Directors of the will soon be back In one ef the big
( From the small time turpentine business In the' 1960'1 he Florida Forestry Association. "We can do much more hereto p r 'Pritchett trucks. With the amount oft
"expanded when others cut back".After splitting up with a' attract the kind of productive clean Industries that miles the company Puts on Its trucks,
partner in 1965 he steadily built'up the business, leasing would help us grows We owe It to our young people to pro-',., it saves quite a bit ,to do ,their ownmaintenance
land from Owens Illinois when .older sources. were worked 'vide a steadily growing source of new jobs In this area so'they '" work.
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T, 3-Wheelers Into '
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r,"I, ..,,,Jr : pt ptt Parade.. Unit, of Starke Shrine' 0ub, /;' ; ,:,
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\,' ., f The Starke Three Wheeler, six 'Surreys, as both groups wil1liiw children, are recognized throughout
: & Kawasaki 3-wheeled cycles, have, known, also performed their routinesat Shrinedom as one of Morocco Tem-
been admitted Into action for a probationary the parade April 10 at Jax Beach. ple's most outstanding clubs. The
period of one year by the The Saturday, May 14, has been, Starke Shriners now sponsor eight
Starke Surreys, the parade unit of the elected as Starke Shrine Club Day by children from 1000.alhomea who
Shrine Club. Illustrious Potentate Jesse Keene. receive medical treatment at no cost,
Starke Three-Wheelers are owned by The Starke Shriners are planning a whatsoever to their families.
The
Shrlners Don Brown. Rocky large parade. Illustrious Potentate Children of any race, color or creed
Starke Hudson, Bill Cruce, ,Jim Creamer Jesse Keense has made this parade are eligible to receive help from.
\ Wendell Winko and todle Griffis. madatory for all Shrine parade units; Morocco Temple. '
and the Three- o. this year's parade will be better

1o Wheelers The Surreys made their first appearance'March than ever before. .., .... .. n' .. ...,. "
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r r 5 at Palatka's Azalea Festival the Starke Shrine "" ""' '' '
and received very favorable com- receive two top awards from Morocco FLORIDA
ments from members of Morocco Templo- the Best Shrine Club In'
Temple's Motor Corpe, according to Zone 3 and the Best Publicity awards. THEATREStarke
1pt
Y Morocco Temple' Illustrious Poten- The Starke Shriners, who contributed
r tate Jesse Keene in excess of$20,000 to Morocco '964.5451Frt.
Their second appearance was Temple last year to help pay for
\ xY March 12 at Fernandina Beach, The the treatment of burned ana crippled! ., Sat., Sun. .



v Annual Clay., Festival Set I II -

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The 8th Annual Clay Festival,sponsored 1279 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 101, or
,, y \ 1 ;k ', ra -' e by the Clay County Chamber of contact Chairman' Wayne. Allen at.
t Commerce, will be held May 13,14. 269-2439.
and 15 at 'the Orange Park KenneiClub Entries are now being taken for the ___I
r with the official ribbon cutting third annual Clay County Rodeo
fii ceremony., performed by Miss Clay ,Queen who will reign over the rodeo
/' rr : County, to take place on Friday the ;set April 29 and 30 at the Agriculture 301 DRIVE-IN
Cb 4 13th,at 5 .Immediately following Center In Green Cove Springs.
11 M + yd 1 p.m.
y d p; vz that ceremony there will! be Judgingof In order to qualify as a contestant, Frl., Sat., Sun., Mon.,,.
selected arts and crafts and con- girls must not be over 18 years of age "'
tinued entertainment on stage until and must never have been married.She Mel Gibson, "
z the Festival closes at 10 p.m. must also be a member of either a ..InMAD
The Festival reopens Saturday 4-H Club the' Clay County Horse '
morning at 9 a.m. with a special Anti Council a family In the Cattlemen's MAX t.
Ir, k, que Classic Automobile Show outside Association or be a Clay County resident -
under the oaks. ,PLUS ;
The doors Lathe exhibit area openat Interested In entering the (
Anyone Kifl :
Dressed 'To'
10 a.m. At noon, the awards will be Queen contest should contact Bar-
given to the, arts and crafts ex bara Roebuck at 282-9027 after 6:30 Rated R' .
hibitors. There will be over $2000 In
cash to be awarded. Art and crafts y.m;on weekdays.

people from all over the United States
will be represented in more than 100 :
booths. Commercial businesses and Mobile Homes
civic clubs have more than 50 booths.
There will be constant entertain Aren't
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and also a special program -
for children will be provided by the Today. they're better and into,*' valuable than overt Trouble' Is.,

rF with Clay rides.County The Reading Freedom Council Savings along and many Mobil Horn Insurance 'plans, only provide very basic

Loan hot air balloon will be flying. coverage. Nationwide' now 'Mobil Homeowners Insurance Is

Three-Wheelers Join Shrine Club Parade Unit... high on Sunday May 13. designed to glv. you brood.r >covrag for a price thatVcomptltlv --
This is a county wide effort to have with many lss complt* plan. So call today for d tails. .
Rocky Hudson, carpentry Instructor at the Bradford.' Kawaskl 3-wheeled cycle that Starke Shrlners hive add-, the biggest family festival ever and to '. "
Union Vocational-Technical Center shows off his new ed to their parade unit prove that we have COUNTY WIDE- 1 ..
COUNTY PRIDE : C" .:
For more information'about< thefestival
0 I. contact the Chamber! : office! at 1 rtfMr


Hospice Program May 31 : t, CARL. TURLINGTON. '


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Bradford Hospital Nursing Service programs to RN's and LPN'a In the .f.. ,: J \ J '. NATIONWIDE F0. 2 25 S 0
Department is offering its first credit community- in April 1983. "We 'are j / 0' .. v( ,,.; INSURANCE: XP1; ?;
offering to. the nursing public Tuesdty -'. every. proud to be able to offer credits 'Ii: -- :' 'r .. t
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Care Without will
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be given at 1:30 p.m.and 7 p.m. in the tion Coordinator. Previously, area Prescriptions filled Lenses Duplicated '__""="'':;: ''='"' 26UNW6thSt. Caln svlll* ,,' ";
hospital's library for one continuing nurses had to-travel to.to-Gainesville Soft & Hard Contact LensesRepairs and Adjustments
education credit. The cost will be $5 Jacksonville, Lake City or further to Presciption Sunglasses Gift Certificates .
obtain credits. These credits im- "
for the hour-long program to be are '
taught by Judy Moore assistant Ad- portant because a licensed nurse ..''o/-ii'/ James Croft: & Wayne Stetson Presents ,
ministrator and Director of Nursing must earn 24 credits each two years to Quality, ServIce, Super Savings
Service at Bradford Hospital.The keep his/her license active. :> from, The 13th Annual Spring '
department of Professional '
Regulation Board of Nursing granted Brochures will be mailed to area' :The Eyewear Specialists '
permission to the BH nursing department nurses throughout the year as credit LAWTEY BLUEGRASSSMUSIC ;.$
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e LOCATED AT: ...1' 1':\ .964-8588 CONVENTION .

I _Art Show Keystone US 301 8. a Edwards Road '*''. "1 I OPEN: Mos-Frl 9-5:30 : 'April '22, 23; 24, 1983' r '

A 'children's sidewalk art show Art Factors will host for Across.from; Community Bank "=>!,. ,j> Sat 9-1:00
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sponsored by Art Factors of Keystone this,month's featured artist Mr.E.C. Lawtey Music Park >; :.J \ .

Heights, la set April 23 on Lawrence. ,Leavitt Saturday April 23, between 3 : : 0 Lawtey Florida
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The show will Include any type of Gallery on Lawrence Blvd. in. .. ,4. (Off of Highway 301 on SR 225)r I ;,:,'
art or crafts made by the exhibitors Keystone.. Professional Opticians of Florida 1t'fP" : '1"
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art work done from kits. his work and it has taken us' Member 1,0:"', ,.'t;. '" ..' :l almost a to convince him to show / '
year
According to Linda Walsh arts and '' 1:1':..:: i' :?' '
his pen and ink drawings, said Linda FVT ;
crafts will not be judged this year, buta ., .
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local artist. Dot Chrlstoffers Walsh. Besides drawing, this modest ::: f" ,. ,
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craftsperson creates handsome ,
and another artist, Beth '; '
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wooden jewelry boxes. : .0;;
of will be $178 GREAT ';
Bloodsworth Gainesville on His very detailed drawings of TICKETS. ; SHOW, 0
hand the to the
during day critique '
nature and wildlife are done In black '"
children's work talk with the exhibitors and white or brown His 44S MI I*. CMkam. .. :
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and their parents. scenes are so realistic and very haun- ,1' ., Pin* ;; m TIMES
Walsh'said that next year. If the ting. His forest lanes invite you to stockta tUrtw, fV' A"LU'ES Friday: 16.0C r'4 : ; I ire\'"

high judged school, it would students be would considered like to be a In wander the solitude down them of nature.and lose yourself .r.e S-frtttt III .CWBtlS........ '. : Saturday $8.00 r,, trI.1 p in. 2 am: ''

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possibility for furture art shows. Linda and partner Alice. Invites ::: N .A.pd I Sunday! .'JSMi Sat''13 pI:\-l2am
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Children's folk music will be everyone to stop by and view E. C.'s Weekend at Gate.fW.OO Sun. am- 'pm' ,
presented throughout the day by Lisa, breathtaking display of drawings during == ONE WEEK ONLY ',;- "
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I I News Briefs I I Raiford., jj" ted Rouser Catches Car Thieves v on 301' :I

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Lawtey Man Pays Fine. Lets; was arrested at Cat) St. and Two teenagers with a stu Vre ell car full car when he jumped out of the fleeing 1IIC1. hit pointed thorn right out for Din parking lot of a Scars garage.(
In Contempt Case Colley Road' at 9 p.m: where he was victim to the hot nmto of, Itaiford Itcd car. Kerns had to slam on the brakes us," says Kiirrm.Itaiford They decided J on lhrt s spot to steal I
caiiHirtK a'disturbance, according to Rouser a bloodhound trained and of the Silver Hulled hard to avoid run Iced| Rouser unerringly( Kerns says It
Donald "Bubba" Bennett paid a the arrest record. owned by Sgl. J.t McGuire; u correctional ning/ over the youth. trailed the two ,boys back south, then; Kerns charged the pair }
I $5,000 fine April 19 rather than spend Bond for the charge was $50. Leo officer at Florida Slate Kerns called) for help whim I ho oust to the railroad track, hen! north, unlawful -spcorJ! firming and 1I1\\,1T 1t'
:. time In.the Bradford County Jail. was released after he posted a cash Prison. youths disappeared Into the woods, buck toward Highland. Rod caught up. tlng( to elude a police officer, n'III'1.'
Bennett was sentenced April 18 to bond, Tho two boys 16 and 17.were going He, Sheriff's pepulios Sammy Kunico with ho boys In the median i five months and 29 days in the Bradford 60 mph through Lawtoy: .in a I'JHO and John Dempsey, FlIP. Trooper they tried to cross t the road iced just '?- l I
County jail by Circuit Judge John Wolbert Bonds! Out Oldsmobile stolen from'Winter Kenneth Etheridge, and DOT Officer walked up to the boys and sat down, 'I'he youths, who had never been; [n I
J Crews. The sentence will be or County Jail Haven and got Lawteyi Patrolman' Pat Henry searched the area, but had raised his head and gave a yowl to lnr trouble before and came fr'1I'I11.1II';.
withheld if the defender will pay a ,Dwight Kerns on their IralUTho pair no luck. dicate his quarry was at bay. families, according to- Kerns,"wtr>
fine of 5OOQ within three days said Former Starke attorney' Jesso never went Caster than 60, but refused Then they summoned Sgt. turned over to juvenile authority
Judge Crews. James Wolbert, charged with two to stop for Kerns flashing blue light McGuire who answtiered the call on McGuire mlldo' the two boys pel and transported back to Polk Ojunty.
Last week Bennett was found guilty counts of grand theft with a total bond and siren ', ':?:,: his own time. McGuire brought along Red. The youths could run Kerns said.
of tampering which resulted in a of $40,000, was released from the Finally, the boys abandoned the car Raiford Red Rouser. The juveniles, from Winter Haven, They climbed trees and jumped f ditches
Injury March.; Bradford County Jail April 18 after he in the Highland area. One fell right in "I've seen dogs work for 30 years walked out of high school and saw the but they couldn't shake HstllutH
April 19! Bennett paid the$5,000 fine posted surety bonds. i> front of the purxiilnff ,f.iiwlcy I patrol but I've never seen one work like that red and white Olds across the street in Red Rouser. =
to the court according the records. An additional charge of grand theft t

\ day was and placed bond against for that Wolbert charge the was same set y 8 j@JJ@J 1 7L1C_(Cf) @le l(@ @ C.@( lC J'C?1,SJ'@?fr J@_1

Hampton Teen Cited at 10000. Wolbert also posted a sure- 4 ArrestedAfter Disturbance ;
For Failure to Yield ty bond for that charge. : I NOW :
Wolbert Is charged with accepting 1'MAt .
; I Anita J. Lloyd 17, of Hampton was $2,600 from a Bradford County man
,<' cited for violation of right of way in an for a property down payment Pine Tree Inn Sunday Night: -H'HA"i"
t accident five miles south of Starke on February 3,, the victim -Donald Lee '
!IvUS301 April 16, according to TrooperlB. Hardenbrook never received a Three trips to the Pine Tree Inn on .came lo her aid and;she also starting -
receipt and the property owner never SR-100 outside of Starke Sunday even- kicking, bitting and screaming, according -
.Lloyd driving a 1981 Ford pickup received the money according to ing resulted in the arrest of four Brad to Dempsey.All .
was eastbound on CR-18 at the Assistant 'State Attorney Thomas ford County residents. three were taken to the county Restaurant i
I 'of US-301.'She failed to Elwell. Deputies John /'Demp sey ,and 'jail where Padgett was charged with
thn right of way and was struck The two felony counts'against Eugene Lee were first called to the trespassing after warning battery of .
a vehicle which northbound on Wolbert charge that he 'allegedly Pine Tree Inn at 8 p.rn..to settle a a law enforcement officer resisting Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine 'I
distrubance which Involved Bruce arrest with violence and disorderly
in for
received $17,160 payment a
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Damage to the vehicle a 1978 Pont deceased client's mobile home Norris and Vicki Padgett who. had conduct. Bond was set at$500 for each ':
tiac, driven by:Arline Jacobs 64,of N. ,without transferring title of owner been told to leave the establishment.After charge. 964.7681 1
'. J. was $4,000.' Damage to the pickup ;ship to the buyer. an exchange of words with the Kim Norris was charged with bat- 1900 N. Temple Ave., US 301 N (To.Reni Motel) -it;
tery of a law enforcement officer
was $3,000.The deputies the two individuals. left the
driver of the Pontlad and her Lawtey'TeenagerCited place bond for that charge was set at $500. 1m
!ii husband were treated at the scene by In Accident Upon arrival at the Bradford Coun- 1 CHINESE LUNCHEON
EMT Paul West and taken to Bradford They apparently stayed'gone for a ty Jail it was learned Charles Von had
!'I County Hospital where! they were -Robin Lynne Li of Lawtey, couple of hours at 10 p.m. the pulled a knife on Bruce Norris.Demp-
treated and released. was charged with wing white under sheriffs deputies were again called to sey returned once again to the Pine SPECIAL COMBINATION
I'i\' the influence of an alcoholic beverage' the Inn where Norris and Padgett Tree Inn and arrested Von, charging [ : !
: In an accident in Union County April ; were causing trouble As Dempsey him with aggravated assault. 7& '
Brooker Man Arrested 16, according to Trooper Calvin Pace. ., pulled up Norris ran behind the Bruce Norris was charged with Chicken Chow Mein w/Egg Roll . ... .y. . $2. !!
.t-s building and down a road where he after and told to
Charged With DWI Rebecca trespassing warning
Land Linzy 19,and of Lake passenger Butler were takento E. .was apprehended. Dempsey and stay away from the Pine Tree Inn. M Shrimp Chow Mein w/Egg/ Roll '.. ". . ... !$3.151
r. Doyle Eugene Truett,37,of Brooker Union General and Trooper D. C. Roberts arrested Nor- Bond for the charge was set at$150. $3.15
was attested April 17 and charged transported to a Gainesville Hospital hospital ris and attempted.to place him and Kim Norris Padgett and Von were _1 Chicken with Almonds w/Egg/ Roll .'. . @J

"rrr I with driving to while intoxicated according for treatment of Injuries. Padgett In the patrol car' when released from the jail April 18 on their 1 Moo boo Gal Pan w/Egg Roll ,. . . $3.15Beef lij
Trooper W. D. Langston. Linzy- driving a 1979 Chevrolet Padgett became hysterical and star, own recognizance. Bruce Norris was
Truett was stopped on SR-100 driving pickup was heading east on SR-238 ting screaming cussing, kicking, released after he posted a surety with Broccoli w/Egg/ Roll .,. $3.15.
f' a 1971 Chevrolet. According to the biting and scratching. Kim Norris
bond.
arrest record his blood alcohol content striking when her a vehicle culvert ran with off it's the right roadway front. 1 Green Pepper Steak w/Egg/ Roll . . 33.15'Sweet '

I I Bond was for.17 Truett percent.was set at $350 he ching The a pickup fence as became it came airborne down causingthe cat I ,Shrine Club Holds Annual ,Paper Sale | and Sour Pork w/Egg/ Roll ... . ... 2.751
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9r!t4.i' ". recognizance. Damage to the pickup was 1000. 'The Shriners of the Keystone Nial Pace Shrine Club president 1 w/Egg/ Roll .'. . ',' $3.45i
Damage to the fence and post the Heights Shrine Club will be out on the said that with contributions made to "
I Starke Man ArrestedFor vehicle struck.was $250. street corners this Saturday'and in the club' the Shrine have been In- Shrimp with Lobster Sauce w/Egg Roll '" d. ,
the streets with yellow-colored strumental helping over a quarter 33.45
I' Being Disorderly' j newspapers asking you to help support of a million youngsters live a more Mongolian Beef(Hot & SpIcy)w/Egg/ Roll . .', .
''Jimmy Carroll Lee;. 27, was arrested Se e... News Briefs... the Shrine Crippled Childrens normal life after treatment In one of i Above Served with Soup and Fried Rice -r j]
f April 14 and charged with .' .. Hospitals and Burn Institutes. the 21 Shrine Hospitals.
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Class of '84 began their intensive ; Support Group Camp\' basic (.warded non-combat meritorious achievementor .
physical training and close order drill I training! service to the United States..,

I in an effort to find those men most I Army National Guard Pv!'. JeffreyG. Hawkins is an assistant fire upnwtcoordinating
capable and most desirous of becoming
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Summerall Guards. Moore, son of porothy
lchr Graduates both of Starke, Infantry Division. :'' Il .'
February 11 marked the culmina- and Glen A. Moore,
tion of strenuous events such an Mud has completed basic training at Fort CaptHawkins is a .1975 of-graduate Florida of,

Day Stadium Day, and Stripes Day, Knox, Ky.During. the Universit Janet 'Is l
students Gainesville and his wife, the
thus eliminating 21 cadets who did not : ,: S. Belcher, 'son of the training, and, oi Arthur and Janet Powelt
qualify; On the day of cuts, the 99 remaining Shirley V. Belcher of received Instruction ,In drill daughter ,, ,';
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ceremonies weapons map; ,
volunteers were reduced to as an armor ,
the traditional 61 member drill platoon specialist under. the tactics military-courtesy'; ,. military'Justice p.? Michael C gs.fii.r'Arrh'es "\
training (OSUT)'prod first aid,and Army history c. "',
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purpose of the platoon has Army, > :
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exemplify the exactness and ; o Pvt Moore Is a 1981 graduate I -it.\
13-week which Bradford High School. pfc Michael T Cogswell,son of
thoroughness with which The Citadel period
Jeanne S. Cogswell of
cadet is trained The Guard began in combat training and Thomas M. and
1932 and has The Citadel training Keystone Heights,has arrived, for duty .
represented Walter Hawkins Jr. "
Copt. at Fort CM, Calif. ;: ;
A instruction in
from Walt Disney World to. the
kinds of Decorated for Excellence Cogswell, an Infantryman with the
Washington, D. C. weapons,
Cadet Lewis Martin Hersey '7th Division,was previously
Infantry
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along with remaining 60 map '
Platoon Sargeant Martin Mersey, guards has just over a month to artillery. Army Capt. Walter Hawkins,Jr., assigned at Camp Hovey: South
now attending The Citadel in master the unique "Citadel Series" of ; J\ ; ,: mines and demoli son of Walter L. and Betty L Hawkinsof Korea. '
Charleston, S. C. was one of 61 cadetsto movements;which are based on German East Palatka has been decoratedwith Pfc. Cogswell Is a 1979 graduate of,'
be chosen as a member of the widely close order drill. These Is a 1982 graduate of the Meritorious Service Medal at Edward H. White High School In..
acclaimed Summerall Guards. movements have never been written School in Cincinnati. Fort Stewart, Ga. i Jacksonville, ,

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Pageant Set. ,

Miss Florida- Sunshine preleminary SAVINGS-

beauty pageant ii set here in
Keystone Heights on April 30 and will -
be held in the Keystone Woman's 1983 Ranger XL '

.Club.' Contestants will be judged on beau- Full B 4 Speed, Privacy Glass, On Carrier Riviera"Heat '&' CocI,
Carpet, Air ,
talent and the most Conditioning ,
ty, modeling, AM-FM Stereo, Hi Back BucketS I WINDOW UNITS
photogenic.The ats, Chrome Step Bumper, j
contest will be open to boys, Black Black .COLORS
on
ages 3-7, and girls, 3 to 26, single or New $10,495.00

married. .colors in carpets

Entry$30 for fee Beauty for the; various$25 for categoriesis Modeling; Sale7295 from the and softest most : :

and $20 in Talent. brightest SAVE
Winner of the Keystone preliminarywill and reds, yellows atM ,
receive their' paid entry fee, a With all these colors '
crown, banner and trophy or plaque. 1983 many variations of' $122
She will! then travel to the statelageantl Mercury would seem that all
} Miss Florida Sweetheart, to Capri, 3 dr., have been ex
in wired cloth Interior AM.FM ,
In Ocala.
August the earth
now come..
State prizes will Include savings case stereo, wire wheel covers, I
bonds.TV sets, flowers, a crown and power steering, 8513 miles & I
banner. under warranty! New $10,495. : are darker, more-

Applications can be picked up In very deep and rich. .
Keystone at the Tasty Cave, Ducky's 7995 for toning down DYA2123 :
Dept. Store, and Keystone Kutters. Sale a room, adding a 10,400 BTU Heating I '
In Starke, applications can be picked thoughtful mood. 11,500. BTU Cooling' I
up at Kenwins Dress Shop and the may not be ap- 7.5 E.E.R.Reg. I

Looking Glass Styling Center. 1982 CMC your needs, but we
For more information contact ldJ ) selection that will '593.00
Debra Norman at 964-8849 or 964-4247. 6.2L diesel. Hi Sierra pkg, the best choices for "*122.00 You Save
tone, red and white, as new with
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Starke Kenneth, was Greg cited for Morgan having, 27 no, tag of speed manual bits', AM-FM cass.\ Cherry St. s r'
dow, T-lok axle, (4) RWI tires / F Florida
his license
and driving while was ,
suspended April 8, according to $' 964-7423 & Air Conditioning
Trooper D. C. Roberts. :
Morgan, driving a 1975 Chevrolet 355 H. Temple' Starke ,964-6744,
,\ pickup,ran off the road onto the south
shoulder and collided with two pine .
trees as it was westbound on CR-16 1982 _____ __ .- ."4
mile west of Starke.
one .4 door,like new with only 12,000
Morgan and Danny Carl
passenger
radio, speed overdrive,
: Stewart were taken to Bradford Coun- .$13,995. i
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Damage to the pickup was$1,000. SALE l

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Two Vehicles Collide

In Lawtey-3 InjuredOscar 1982 Audi Sweepstakes!

Harry Jungbauer, 69, of tP :
,Jacksonville was cited for running a 198.1 replacement cost over
912.659 Try $10.895 for I perfect
stop sign April 16 causing an accident f
at CR-22 and US-301A, according to tires,sunroof,AM-FM: cass., 5 Register To Win One Of 1,214 Prizes!
Trooper William Abrams. glass, better ride than a BMW at See Your local Family Dollar Store For Complete Rules.

Jungbauer driving a 1982 Ford,
was traveling south on US-301A, ran I alfl CompareAt
the stop sign at CR-225 and struck a 1982 Audi 12.99!
Fiat which was westbound on the Il
county road 5000 Turbo C III III "

The Fiat,of driven Jacksonville by Robert, received Bennet 14 door, fully loaded, sunroof, : '.r -
Mangram I
cruise, AM-FM cass., alloy.
damages of $2,500. Damage to the I \
., wheels, power windows, door Qt. m
Ford
was $3,500.Mangram his wife andJungbauer's I locks, new replacement coat ,
? Brad-' I$26,950. ,with only 29,000 ,well .
wife were taken to I
maintained milesJTiyOvrrrfciM
ford County Hospital where they were Oil .
treated and released. $11 '
,995 To 1.191 ?:
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Gov. Graham, oil. C/11f1l ,t 799 Ladies' I Sandals
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Brooker MayorDesignate 1982 Ford owspa And' Casuals

Music Week \ Famous look leather'sandals or canvas wedge heel style..
Fairmont *
Hcp-ltu. Ladles' dzes. '

'May 1-8 has been designated as National 4 door, tu-tone.llx cyl., auto. J
brakes, f
Music Week. trans., power steering
Florida Governor Bob Graham and tilt, cruise, ;AM-FM stereo, "
Brooker mayor Blake Hamilton have I 22,000 miles. New 1983 $9200 '" ,"-' dL "
issued proclamations the : ; 'F'
supporting ,
observance.The S318$6,4950o., ).' .$ :'
Rlverland Music Club of :, ;. 1 "$1' 4 Bar;; ;; "
Brooker, a member the Florida :
Federation of Music Clubs, and the : Box ( .:Pack!; : .
National Federation of Music Clubs, ,
will sponsor a' "Sunday Afternoon Ctm* rite Clyde, SyrW, : 42'()z. Rinso Al3.5Oz.DIa. : : .,
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I First Founder's Day a real celebration., for Keystone

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Citizens from all over gathered,:in ':; Right after the Fun Hun par-
Keystone Heights last weekend to ticipants had collected their trophies,
help the city celebrate Ha first ever the KHHS Marching Band warmed up
Founder's Day celebration with. a' their instruments In the city park:,
variety of activities taking place 1 then marched down Lawrence Blvd.,
d around the city's Theme Park and at with/ Little League Baseball teams in
t the high school. t tow, and began to set up for a more
One of the biggest crowd-drawers of '..extended concert at the high school
the day were the two "Fun athletic field. Their guests included
n > 4i Runs"(5ooO( meters and one mile>j > the Country Creek doggers from
which kicked off the activities Saturday (Jacksonville and a Bluegrass group Fr
i morning as contestants were from Ocala called Sweetwater.The .
x. greeted by clear skies and cool band also put on a bazaar at the
; F V. temperatures perfect for eompcti-! < ,.field with lots different booths, the iM.,4
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historical slide dlplay held at the, Keystone's Explorer Post 405 set up
Lion's Club, a display of rare old pic* an authentic Civil War encampmentin
tures compiled by noted photography the Theme Park and staged a mock
historians Joe and Rosemary Daurerof ,."battle" to the delight of the spec-
Melrose tators on hand.
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Young .Men's Christian be the guide as to the kinds of programs The camp offers a strong water- said. The'Meat ;
Association of Jacksonville an- that are offered. oriented schedulr because of the lake. Prospective counselors will receivea '
nounces the appointment of Bill "The kids are there to have a good Besides learn ng.to-swlm programs,' 10-day training period where they
Heubach as the new director of.Camp time, if they don't, we aren't doing sailing and canoeing, the Y will be adding will learn not only about specific Store:
Immokalee. our job," he said. "If they say they kayaking this season. skills, but what camp life will be .
Bill Heubach is presently' director'of want to be sailing, we are going to There is need at this time for about.' IJ
the Clay County YMCA and has I make sure they are spending. most of counselors. Heubach states that he Huebach, his wife, Kathy,.and Son. .. 105 Edwards Road .
served this Keystone Heights area their time sailing." will need at least 20 people, 18 ears Robert will be moving to the camp for
branch since September of 1980.Priorto Camp Immokalee is a 100-acre)( old or older' who can accept the the remainder of the season OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-Sat.''
Joining the YMCA, Heubach was a camp located along Lake Brooklynnear responsibilities involved and handle4 Anyone Interested in placing their Food.Stamps welcomed/ 964-8290,
teacher of physical education at W. E. Keystone Heights The co-ed children. "We want a controlled situation child in camp or becoming a camp ,
Cherry Elementary School in.'Clay facility ,can accommodate, lt5 as far as discipline; goes, but,we' ,counselor can do. so by calling. the:Y at ; .Starke" 'kr ,t( :Cj into
.... County. Cinder"for his three'Jeadershp"u years. .,! t1 j _y"., campers,a session. t jj want it to be Xoqerjt ,"\ hQC1!,;: he v J'IIaIl ,"_ '....". ..-...,."../0. .:.. ,__. ."" u ",'I i'ttwrrnl* .,-...d'c, ;.", 'I '5' '7 w* b'snwn ensH
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strong volunteer/ board and program Our pledge to practice the highest standards of respon- _
leadership. sibility in fulfilling the needs and wishes of families we Roast I -
Heubach will continue to give 'a serve. Most families require the services of a funeral ,
leadership to the Clay County Branchas
well as managing and.directing the director about once every twelve years, Many changes can w
Keystone Camp Immokalee camp, take place in that time. Changes you may not have had occasion 'USDA Choke Boneless
program.According. to learn about. But you should know that the person"nel
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board member, Heuback's maturity' at the Jones Funeral Home are trained and dedicated Beef Stew-Ml9.
experience and skills in the camping to the highest standards of responsibility in funeral ser Nr
program should provide the local 'J"'k:'
camp with strong staff leadership. SBced Boneless: i \i All
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reorganize the camp and maintain a FUNERAL I '
clean and healthy atmosphere. He intends HAM Bologna
to arrange the camp to suit the 514 E. Nona Starke Hwy 100 Keystone,Heights. ", '.
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Bass fishiiig hot and heavy on lakes in Bland n n-I : II

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Camp Blanding containsjpaim, methods All of these lakes are pro- difficult without wading out Into the cessible. .. :j.I
lakes and pond that provide ",ooiI, vided with concrete boat ramps, ex. 'deeper water. However, In various There are also several creeks and : '-11 ,I
fishing largemough bass,sUnnhino* cept for Perch Pond. The lakes in the central parts of the natural spring-fed small ponds throughout/ the reservation ,
FB. bass, speckled perch or crappieand; fish management area are accessibleto lake the depth exceeds 90 feet. with good fishing for those with ;
sY various panfish. These IBkes1iandponds < the general public through the Varnes, Whitamore, and Stevens time to explore. i r'
are divided Into two categories', Treat Road gate off Hwy. 21, northeast Lakes are accessible only through the A Florida fishing license Is required '
fish management lakes and non-fish. of Keystone Heights, where main gate of Camp Blanding and are for persons fishing on these lakes except -
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management 'lukes., there Is no danger from military ac- therefore not open to the general for residents 65 years of age and ;
The fish management are Is located'In --tivilies. public! Military personnel and older residents certified totally !
the southern part of the reserve-> The non-fish management lakes Include associates may use these lakes only disabled! and children under 15. A >.
tlon. The lakes in''this area 'are Kingsley, Varnes, Whitamore, when roadblocks are not in place on resident license costs $6.50, annually,
managed for sport'' fishing' by the and Stevens Lakes. Kingsley Lake Is. roads leading !to these lakes. Nonresident fees are $10.50 annually \
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish' always accessible from the reservation Boats may (be easily launched from with a 14-day continuous license. 7.50 Nand
6 Commission include Lowery' side of the lake. The east and various sand ramps,but bank fishing a 5-day continuous license Is i .
k Mx.V4 Lake, Magnolia Luke, Blue Pond, and north shore are privately owned and Is difficult due to cypress swamp SS.50. These may be purchased at t 11'' '
LM Perch Pond, Several activities result:) allow the public access either from shorelines. The main gate posts mon- Strickland's convenience store
from this management. "Sunshine, residences or by two commercial boat thly the dates all lakes are open except located near the main gate or at the .
Bass," a cross between. the, striped landings. Access to the lake from the for Kingsley, which Is alwas ac tax collector's office In Starke. j y -. 7

bass and white bass, are stocked from, reservation Is provided by a concrete -- '_ -_ fm "...."d'" -''(
hatcheries here In the state, as well as boat ramp located off A avenue, -- -- U I
forage fish such as the.threadflit) halfway between the Officer's Club ::
shad. "Fish Attractors" are Installed, and the Enlisted Men's Club. For per Body Shop ,Special
which are usually large bundles-of!?i. sons without a boat, there are docks
t E'n concrete blocks. .These provide addi located at the Campground and the I
,tional preferred habitat for all typesof Officer's Club that extend Into the ALL OVER PAINT JOB
fish species. Also the lakes are constantly -; lake and can be used for fishing. The .
checked'' and monitored'"'y, shore has a very gradual gradient
various tvnen of. productivity census, which makes fishing from the bank 169.00 w/coupon
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hunting on: public right-of-ways: I forSUMMER

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'ts r i' v6' ''Responding to a growing"concern, and other hunters," Brantly'said.{ VACATION : )
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3 Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission received from citizens at the recent Call David lawson
has taken steps to alleviate the' public meetings held by the Commls- '
problems caused from hunting on-.,sion was a plea to do something about Rust and Body Work Extra. Enamel PaintCHEVOLDS
public road rlgJlt -of-waya. this problem," said Brantly.. r
At its meeting here Friday,the five- wasn't the first time the Comi I
approved in principle; i mission has heard from the public on :
a regulation making it unlawful to vthis issue..The problem has escalatedover +
take or attempt to take wildlife by a the past five years, almost proportionally ; 'I
gun "upon, along or on the right-of- to the amount of traditional .
way'of any federal, stale or county hunting land lost:We simply "
road whether paved or otherwise," or cannot allow; ,the. problem, to
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Sf' .'/. '' 'K capable of taking wildlife along public' Included in the regulation la a provision 964-7500 tot WMffrita 372-0103: ,
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The use ofT the term "gun" In the roads from the prohibition such as es er.es i.e .- e--afl
Whoppers.,,, regulation Colonel Robert M. Brant. those in wildlife management areas srsametim Pail Ili R fief
Scottie Rhoden of Starke cast \these( two beauties In take Crandln two weeks .'y. executive director of the Commis- but no exemption could be made for
age. Freshwater Fish and Cjrtie nersonel say the Bats are hitting In record > sion explained, covers not only roads adjacent to lands posted Vacation Specials: :
numbers thanks to all the rairn IhK winter shotguns, pistols and rifles-but also against trespassing or hunting. r
among other' items, crossbows andany
;; device capable of mechanically "The majority complaints TUNE UPS
X i Jays$ & 4th propelling an arrow, spear or other received have been in regards to de rand I I
sponsor projectile. dove hunting." Brantly said .
Brantly said the action was taken The proliferation of the deer popula- 4 cly 13.95 1 : :
because the present state statute baa tion around the small farms especially .
Annual Btoasfi been insufficient to curb the problem. in the Panhandle has Increased the I .:,. '

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'discharging a firearm over any paved recognize the rights of the private "
4th Annual Bass Touttipmnot. 9 pounds even; seventh place;'Alvin 'public road and requires an officer to landowners and the perceived, if not '
sponsored by Keystone !<1 IS\t. Coey and Carlos Rowe with 8 Ibs. 13 actually' lee a violator discharge a, real,, threat to the well-being of the 8 cly 20.95
Jayceesheld Saturday, .Ap 'jl 19 on oz.i and eighth place went to Bill Nettles firearm before making an arrest. general public who use public roads." I
Lake Santa'Fe proved anC/\j11\r\ "lie and partner (no name submitted> "Whether or not a hunter actually The regulation, after final adoptionat PLUS PARTS WITH THIS COUPON
.aucceas..according to tout'pftmlpt, with a weigh in of 8 lbs'i oz. discharges a'gun, the appearance of the Commission's May 13 meeting,
chairman;David McLeod. first place through fourth! lace hunters with high-powered rifles and will take effect July 1, of this year. I $A VE SA WE SA.VE. .
At launch time, 8 a.m.,.thll-A YI\nI winners received a monetary award' ''shotguns lined up on public roads has Similar regulations have been
40 boats with ,two. men eat ii v 95rticspating and fifth through eighth ,received for some time created adverse reac.tlon enacted In Georgia and Alabama as
various fishing equipment donated by (rnm non.himtrr,, landowner well as many other states. I 10.00 off on' '
First\ place was taken by A'iqtr; area merchants. The amount ,the .. "- I .1
Ingfellow and Fred Colaholt "\[&\ .' prize money"each winner received '
total poundage of catch for tfi#Ma 1\.t t.' rwna based on.a percentage of the enLCantS -- Oil Change, Filter & Lub. .,
J .: CJte.,juunuJniey.Also:: IdR:\ ti,; !) ?it>f,. boats...:The winners jyho"cnuHht Sta 'k f mllV Jamlnn ;.ClinlcU-- h ,' "_ \ .
kfBass awards" for the Ilirg !C la the IMgc t'tMkM'ahared argot. ?" li..tL4t4.6.-1i' '::);' !:m-.'est!! tK i iilmliisiV>ffaiSffSIuoal : ,f:'". "" '1I
caught which was 5 Ibs. :3 of, .,,-c flcI: mad up of money given voluntarily, Ogation ( u ed1).} '. '. : CHE".Oi.DSj
place went to the team of Skip.blvJlS by the fishermen. They also receiveda &'Vasectomies
and Ron Place with a catch Ve'gHltig_ tackle box, .
13 Ibs. 4 Third place winitv\ *wV On behalf of the Keystone Heights all
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JamesTiller and U F. Wojcjn i y'iU Jaycees, -tournament chairman, No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions. performed. II us 301 sea_ .!IrQ, """, J
12 Ib. 4 01.Fourth McLeod would like to thank.Lonard' ....?SOD .nd .11..11I. 371.0103 ,
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place! went'to Ed\i\s( ( And. Outboard Tackle ShopChiappini's u.. il l os w llIli elr o; a iltfaitt 1 10 ...
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to Donald Spencer and Dart) Isv'yiw Shop, and Perrett's Bait and Tackle
with 8 lbs.X on,; sixth place \to;(/.JAry: for their donations of gifts. for the!winner THANKS '" .
Redmond and Doug South""I"1) "f'?' *. .The family of ,Earl Dobbs
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gratitude and love for all of the t

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: Commissioners approve new father's illness and death.It ........o.., r4 ..,. "
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feel. :There were many of you who) .' :: '
hunting] ,mUl fishing rues just came to visit -this meant so ''8 .., J co : '

very much to both Daddy and t s\l 'd iH .
Regulations'concerning fr< yl Jl\v >"r statewide beginning1 Nov mbe.;'' 12: Mamma. It kept them in touch ; o 5 ,

; fish, and.wildlife In the state< tor through March 4. with life in a community which 'of '1 fe I OLL. ..
1983-84 were approved I in Wic'\\Jle> The. Commissioners voted 'to they love Many ,would cook t r ..
March 4 by the Florida G- rt* And change the current system of issuing specials for Daddy some would y ; 5dtl ..te SANTA'FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Fresh Water Fish Commission quota hunt permits for most, state sew things he wquld need, One .. ,.e. STARK CENTER
Also preliminarily approved 'w",a wildlife management areas to. a com came and cut his hair, The e 8" v BRADFORD N. TEMPLC HIQH AVE.PH. SCHOOL.
regulations governing fish >viAiufe e. puter selection gystaro. prayers were always.. needed<< And 4y : l1e 984-5382
meat areas and type I state {JUdkIfe! All the rules and regulations gover lifted our spirits. The Upjohn ,,;! t81 STARKE, FLORIDA 32391 J1 1
management areas. state's freshwater fish and Nurse helped not only In her $
Included..In this year's 'pP lKAtct wildlife are expected to be formally medical knowledge; but in deal-
regulations to a i approved at the next, Commission ,Ing with the family.'The doctors ," '
discharge .of.' firearmstfrfvttpaeal> meeting.The :were outstanding., Dr. ,Bruce! \.',/ STARKE, CLASS SCHEDULE =,
federal, state and countri rights of way:: report on a new lease agreement with Landrum. .They ''have a ,great ., '
; The Commissioners have ,I,!rib M; the St. Johns River Water expended depth of feeling for each of us as a e: PREHEGISTRATION ;: : J:' ,;, : '
UUvely approved eetabllslu Ant of ment District which allows part of Daddy and what he Will'going ? ;
' the "either<< sex" deer day on | v'IAI! public- recreation 'use of the 22,000 <' thru. Even the newspaper !&"Students who wish to register, at Starke.Center. for SPCC Gainesville; campus classes must preregister, "both" Spring
lands for November 36. By iAovw acre Bull Creek Wildlife\ Management'and would. .and Summer Terms. w .
,the :"either sex'? deer day ofl [*!ivV* Recreation. Area in Osccola pouiM, helped us bring think outside- of others.news and ii::\, Wednesday April 8 a'oo' lIm 330 pm, \,-*,' 6. 00! 7'oOpm. ..:: / .. 'IDaly (
lands to earlier< In the seaso*), C< w.- ralssloners felt there would be J.Br., To' be used bythe St.;,Johns River 'cam from the church and its \f.R'Tuesday ,,fII/FI112 800am'130P.m&60000.; f> m .t. \

participation i by sportsmeii .n \lie' Water Management District and the| members. ''Reverend John ,''" '. r', :SPRING REGISTRATION. (STARK ClASSES, ONLY) "' 4"', .. ..,. i'aaily ,..I I4f"
.httnt "model"' tornagreements '' 1" '
Commission 'as Ja .Strickland ,
was than a '. ,
Commissioner decided)> .triC\ more Arol27.Mav4,; REGISTRATION 800am330pm: ( -
:Johns lands \
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the doe day to one day In order Jo Putter ;- the document ''allow. ',multi.use; ,,. pastor, he' was' 'al pillow, of +R.Wedneldav .May 4 ', .' 'EVENING REGISTRATION --600, 700 prt"! '.*. '< '-, ". .'. .t'' .
.strength. I' :
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evaluate. the .effects of, Ur> recreational opportunities Monday'
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hunting area t ; The phone cals. the cards, and o ;'" SCHEOUL ADJUSTMENT 80o.' .m -330pm 6 800y70Opm. .>''
." Other policY.proposed changes/ to \titb; l"yvUna consistent with of the district's primary'objectives and l the flowers all meant.o much. 't hurSdllY'" .. : ;' Mav2\ LAST DAY TO DROP A CLASS AND RECEIVE A REFUND. IN STARKE ..
recitations ar* to estah.jfth Vfl 8 water management We want each of you to know tl TUlia ''', June 20-2f'' FINAl EXAM) DAYS.. (IE .ant Times flrt Stark.Only') -.100.900. p'" ]", ',
'conservation.!! What ,and ,\} y1onI.! '' \ \ ,t \ : ':"
stalew eT' itner sex'f,turkey! season a loving) thoughtful rI.' '., : : { }\1I.t "
through fto0h _'In/othw' business, :the._ Cotnmln.sioners ,community you; have'.built .
'from November U established 'Judges Cave : COURsT ..' : <(0 'COURSE TITtE : TIME I OATS CR INSTRUCTOR ;!
SECTION _
January The deer season Id &t* together;May the! "Love of God" I ,: thwert region' would bet' held .frv WUdlife and Environmental Area on; 'always shine in,, your hearts"aa r' rt1'2eoo: .'' "A61 "V )'lntroduction! to Ethics, 7,001SN<) MW: 3. .McFaddeii. ?< :. ::;
'November, M.'through. Jaijy yW., '37.93: the acres of land of In Jackson the Countyfor' ,< each of you'will always) shine in fAfOO';! *8t P' Marriage "' protection endangered : .
(with' the .'remainder of'tVi 's t* oOW'll,' i .. j .1 t. : j
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'January e), The small gam* TiMlqrt pobha Family -- F '" i
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'for will )A >pgld()<< ( Is set 0r.Jfaf.13 at Tallahassee,,, .. -;. + -,- + : CLASSESYONL'f ,
quail and!! ,j Sfrel -' ;UE". REOlTRATIQN (STARKE : ) It BHS r

USA to hgI: ", lliY, ? Jun"4-; FlEGISTAA1"OI'-'IS' ooi am ;'f'330.J p 'm t .
.w'V.kpltpna Info.ivrv c'' ; ; > + :: ; June 14EVENING, REGISTRATION' 7 00 p/>). **>; .r';)' '1 .
N ,CarpetCleaning .:( t y g"I' "b June 27,' CLASSES BEGIN.FEffS OU6', ?-', \ J t" ',,; : !; '
; the 1 Room ,$\1. ,.1 '1df'f SCHEDULE" ADJUSTMENT -:80 a.m.-330 .m' 4 6,00 -,1.00 p.mj.., ; ,:. ,
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> help those In agl M ul'or : .' 'ttjt.: -iwci'kvi'.iiifl98( 8 ;, .iIl We4'Thu! ?.; :.AugusHOtlV .FINAL' 'JEiiam (: : '

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FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP PERSONAL MISCELLANEOUS I ESTATE .
CALADIUM BULISi 30 cent MAINIS INSURANCE HNCVi -
WANTED SERVICES each or $3 per damn, AND ADDING 160 S. lake Ave., lake)
LAKE lOT on sand bottomed tOtl. AQUA PATIO bOATs BINGO..AMERICAN .large I gallon Uguttrum MACHINES FOR lOOKING FOB a special. utter.....-,.,.. Compile: ; I
lake In Hlllcre.t.. $800 174 40hp. Mercury UOION HAU.Sr-21.; Saturdays $1.90, Silver Dollar RINTl Union County Time*. place of property' H I Insurance So.vIce.n'M': ,
down. |14o 44 per month. motor, $".,. Call UCINSIDCOSMOTOlOOISTi CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 7 p......and Sunday Eucalyptus Tree $ .SO. U tW 2nd. Ave.' Lake don't have It, rll find l..urt ..,.. .. ..
Phono 473-4058 or 473-3111 doys--473.7317 Full or WORK Building pot lot, 2-5 p.m. Public Invited.4/7 Contrary Mary' Garden Butler. Phone 496-2261 for ask...JANE S. USHER -
473.Q61 oft. 6 p.m. 4/7 night.. 4/21plot.chg part tI..... Call 479-2211 addition, remodeling/ tfnchg ; St Rd. 121, LaCrosse. more Information. TFN REALTOR 40-2174 or Subs rileToday ( I
tfnchg 10 pMturo. Dorl' Hair Clinic. 4/7 home and tile work. Free ALCOMOUCIANONYMOUlt Phone 462-1941.' Closed 10/1. 496-2903. .v...,. "Your
IIAUT1FUI LAKE CINtVAOCCOM with bam '_ed. septic Ifnchg estimate Phone 473-4473 'Clo..d Sunday and, .Monday STORAGE SPACE FOB IINTi Union County Realtor tin. :- :/ I
lot from $9.900. tank and _II. $30.000. MUSICIANS>* drummer and during day. 4/7 tfnchg meeting Monday 8 p.m Stchg. Approximately BOO square :3/26,
MOO down $71.74 ,., Owner flnanco. tomw. Coil bate player to form CARPENTER WORKS Open meeting' Friday 8 TRAVEL TRAILER 20 years feet for additional Information : "
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month. Discount on ,inure 473-4021.4/21 Itpd country-rock trio. Remodeling work, kitchen p.m. Alanon! Monday 8 old. fair condltlon-SIZS. call"96-2261. TFN. '
10 acroat. Ono waterfront 1902 HONDA V....MAONAsp.arl 4751642.421.5124tchgNOTICE cabinet and trim carpen p.m. All meeting at, 496-2298. 2tchg 4/7 4/14. THRIB BEDROOM APT In ,
lot. Coll 473-4375. 4/7 bluo two months try. Reasonable price*. Educational Building Community PARAKEETS FOR SAlll lake Butler $120 per .
tfnchg old now condition. $900 Call 473-2477 after 5:30 Church: 473-2790 or $7.110.04'611".TFN month Phone 494.21, F.r S.f." .,
COMMERCIAL PtOPMTV en for equity or old ear or p.m. 4/7 tfnchg 4752130. 4/7 tfnchg 4/14. Reference ......... Brfnc.dons Concrotow' f. .
comer of Lawrence .1..... truck of equal value and CLASSIFIED ADVIRTISING CARPET AND VINYL repairs OVERRATERS 'ANONYMOUS MOBILE HOMIt 2 bedroom

and Flamingo near SR-10O attune paymenti of should be submitted to the and Inttalloilont. Freeettlmate No dues, fee or weigh Ins. good condition, $4.000. PERSONALSERVICES Land Fill at trimmed 720 MB la brick.3rd. It.ear Locgf.d.
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and SR 21 Intersection $9S/mo. Mull tell. Monitor office *. Ten year Open meeting Tuetoy't. Phone. 496-2793 anytime.Itpd .
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4-eparate office coin 473-3241. 4/21 Itchg ,.,1_.. Call 473-4217 7:30 .m. Community 4/24. MW .
In writing and paid In advance p PN/..
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... with red for 4/14-2 eBeealr dreta Rts.s 2 BR14 x14';
pl. comor lot en. 17 UX CORVETTE unl... credit I* and ok Craig. Church educational LONG TOBACCO BARNSt 96 '
franco. on 3-lde. of with rod Interior showroom obllthed with 3tpd Building) KeystoneHeights rack and 144 rack. ContactMr. YARD SALES ....,roIoy. April ....... one-ITiilT. Living room,
building. Owner tlnoncod new condif Ion. already this office. SUZirS A newly licensed 473;.270. 4/7 Howard at 496-3101 23, In La).' Butler. et the Pump Septic tanks I3'x20'; dlnlnar. room,
with low Interest rato. Coll 38000 mile' T-top. loaded MONITOR STAFF CANNOT retirement home hoe boon between V a.m. and i p.m. Pecking Shed teeetee!aer..o .Pumping Hek-up a 12-XI2-: kltchenT IX iri;
473-492O or 473-3411 4/7 tlnt.d window.. BE HELD RESPONSIBLE opened under my management IINGO. Lion 'Club acre. Itchg 4/24. from Sprlee 1_. Itpd Repairs ...... VX-aa' with fireplace.
tfnchg $10,800 by own.r. FOR MISTAKES IN In Hampton, Florida. from high school Tuesays, SEARS RXIRCYCLli foe'$90. 4/24. : W/W carpet an hardwood
TWO ACRES LAND'In Doorwood .73-3241.4/21 Itchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS I offer the following *. Early Bird 7 p.m.I Regular Couch $9O. Itchg424.Subscribe: ; 275-2197 floor 1.76 acres of ........
Hills.1 mile north of TAKEN OVER THE vice: 24 hour supervision, 7:30 p.m. Public Invited. WANTED George Langley
lC.y._ Hal....*. Land Itcloarod. FOR RENT TELEPHONE. hot meal. *...private 4/7 tfnchg: Todayt 49A-7S09
hoi utility pose. room., hort or long stay, '. *!-.-,
Clossif lad deadline I.Tu.odoy I. .. .. ............ .. _t,
eptic tank and deep wall to In homelike and countryotmoiphere ,. ....u..... .UNION COUNTY WIll PAY CASH For your JOH'
OPFICI SPACI facing noon prior .
with 1HP pump. $''.000. Lawrence Mvd. Next doorto Thursday publication. to ambulatory i Steve Broadway'ji TIMES'' ,used mobile. home. Roy
Term ....tl..I.. .. Andrew Alto Minimum charge I. 15 senior cltlien Phone 498-2281 Powell 4963377. TFN \JV.
.000 cash. A.hl.yDad. Drug 448261. 4114.5/5 4tchg i TREE SERVICE 1 !
$10 3 1Nt6e
._tol large office. for word for $2.75. than 10 s o e- '
... Ill South Brood BABY SITTER will keep .
building for .ach word Removal
of cent
rent In rear a Indepanaent
It_. Colro. Co., 31731. children In my home night Lake Butler
912-377-7494 .. facing .Flamingo.4/7 tfnchg Call473a.11. thoroofter. and weekend Call Trimming I DOE|.T Service CBS home.. 3 IR IH BA.Oarage '

912294-01S9. 1/24-4/20 OFFICE SPACI.downtown 413-2811.4114.28 Slehg. It Free Estimate By the .lob-By the hour. utll. rm., 136B sq. fit

chf.CAMFIR. SHILL fits long next to State Farm, YARD SALE SPRING CLIANINOi of yard and work.all Firewood,, No |ab toe big or toe smell.Nigh ft. $27,900. $1400 down. By doesn't: I
Center type Quality Work, et497.108s' owner, SRD 231.SW 12 St.
Keyitone ,
wheal bu...need repair, Reasonable. phon. i Anytime
$160/Mot Keystone SAT.APR.21i a.m. to 3pm. t.es.nsbl.P/c.s. 1-7S1-42M' l
$75. Call 473-7311. 4/21 Height Realty, Inc.. Crave Street, onelock 4737362. 4/21-28 2tpdSubscribe T-7SB-4I49 .
473-4732 !
Itchg REALTOR, 473-4901. 4/7 from high school. ..sell it
1973 SUZUKI GT7SOI root tfnchg .Volentlne't. 4/21 1 tnd / After SIMM.Keystone 1 1i .
offer. :
fast $1000. or bout -
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Call 4733634. 4/21 Itchg 1 Busln$B Opportunity
anddryer I
174 AMC HORNET SPORTS 3 fumlthed with wather Huntley Call Doris [I Uc_*.d Insured, .i t.
door. 6 cyllndor hat $300/mo. plus $100d.po.lt. 473-2210 Convenience Store With Ga.
Redfearn'sSERVICES
473.2747Mon
chback. Good mechanical Call I For Leoi. .
condition naod paint. .-Frl. *-4 p.m. and I :Call 964-6305
bet off.r. Saturday 4/7.2'.tchg Mobile Homes
$000 or 1 Used 'Need ers eight ....1... wlttt slreng ............ "III.. sate
473-36344/21 tchg
STANDARD POODil PUP WANTED 1i i .413-4340 2 & 3 Bedrooms .. 1-. cur.ewlly. -.r .......... for an adJust your

Pits AKC black or t .Copltol .ulrod isf grocery Inventory.
chocolate. Dewormed, all RAMIT PELTS all color \m 01' No good will or franchise. fees.eveltoMe High volume IocotIoft
shots, champion blood Call 415-1691. 4/21 Itchg : 473-4252 One full year warranty :,; In leke Butler and I........ .
IIn.. $290 oach.: Phono Completely. Rocortdltlonexl Call Coilecti Fred '_..11I
1-454-1364 4/21 2tpd Area Cod S13-870-3030
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174 STATION PLYMOUTH WAGON VAIARII cloan Subscribe Today! : 1 Repairs Of Major John D. Brown I ..'" .. ....,. . ...-- Retwti ttlcf ttf

now tire., automatic LAKE REGION Electric AppBincBS Home Center Inc. Come In & Enter'Kawasaki's$ ,
tron.ml..lon. A/C $1893. MONITOR Serving Bradford ft .

Call -473-7317 4733111days night.. 473-2210 Clay Counties I 8R24753775 Keystone Hgts. Good
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4.MAORISHOME .... ::-. HWY.301 BOAT BUILDING-- .
LOVELY JOINSCOUNTRY SALES '
( SOUTHOver No Purchase Necessary
3 ID, 2 A h_. Owner COUNTRY HOMI CLUB utt outside Prime locetlon. Fullyequipped.
one acre (
mu.t.ell. Coed linensbrkk veneer $ BR 1% 10 Acres. Frontage on city II....... All InventoryIncluded. C & C Construction BMND PRIZCVour eltolc of any(UM) Kawasaki production motorcycK.:
available... All..- BA. Hardwood Hoars. 3O Hwy. 230. Owner will Wept nw Voyager modrt. pHil iff ,spans" pM trip tar lour parsons
Ing Included.. acre fenced. hold flexible. terms. IRA FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY Reg. General Contractor Including tile winner) to tile Isl, *of Man Tourist Trophy HKM. Junt S

pllances ERA .AULKNEIt REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTYCOUNTRY ERA FAULKNER REALTY ,_ "....1061 I I'llESS -8068 m through June 12. '03. (EMUmM""" 1tY1IUD. tUOOO).
tu-1I061 94 SouJraO. I Lei V'W PAST BIRO (III): Your choice at a Kawasaki Spsctt 1100 mororcyd
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Isll .1"0.' .1"0.' (suggested 400))'or a motorcycle. (
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SIOMX pun ((4): Your chalet of i Kawasaki Spscirt! ssO mototcycltsuogettsd

NOW IS CHURCH Additions, Patloi.Qnmllty ( retail Mfdut I? WO)(En.bony and gold or ebony and mo.
LARGE C/b MOMS PRIVACY MACRtS '. y TMr*,Pni (II): Your eholc..ot a Kawasaki'.LTD,4<0ottio reycl*
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country setting with tree. Nice 2 R* home pond. Term. Wmrtt Olfter PLUM (1B78): 25 Ball helmoU, 50 pair of Kawawkl OOOOXM.600
IRA. FAULKNER' REALTY pecen tree end peture. could be used e* 3 BR. IRA FAULKNER REALTY at aRea.onabte M-p.11.I: tire gauge and 500 I Kawasaki:brat belt bua.kl.a. (total
04.50 Stable end. tack nom IRA FAULKNIR REALTY IRA FAULKNER REALTY 961-806[ i ugoMlsd real value, $1,000)) ,
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Building lot over 1 acre. .. PRICED TO SELL: Over '100 acres. Will Stanley Crawford Ralph Courson REDUCTION SALE CONTINUES!
$9.900. term CYPRESS STREET divide." 10 sores or mere.
ERA FAULKNER REALTY Classified Ads landmark Homo 'on lilt, 1 BA PATTI with fireplace Owmernnandl M. (904) 752.5152 (904) 496-3873 964 020.

I 9S4-SOM Get Results beautiful large 10..... .....,11 N u. DC.... Rd. IRA FAULKNER REALTY

:C scoped. Jot| 23$. Only $00,008. y...II06S-. .
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ERA Noot. Coxy C/B. S 8a. Apprentmetely, 101 ears 20 Acre. with > 2'% ecret.IRAf ,
.. IRA FAULKNER 961'1061 REALTY **4-S04S KlmONI ARIA LAWTEY AREA I BA. Walking ......- te FOR SALEIN .. lend. on Rood 221. ....... AUtKNER REALTY

M LS IB' acre.. $ ..r.. 2 story home Oftpaot.-"pt.w..Nleoly.kmdsceped. IIIA.AULKNI.lIALTYtu106S EIIA'AULKN'IIIMTIS 44-04S

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t 4 isdr.. *m. I both, f Croat location> with lots /o\ m N.uo.acre. .'" -. LD tchg 4/21 WANTED BUSINESS HOMES
J eke gerden.area. of highway frontage an -- ......'100. ..SMALL HOUSBi In good tip FOR SALE
132,100. U.S. 901. P.MW.- HIGHWAY 129 top condition. Call OPPORTUNITIESOPEN
NEXTTO 904-7707. Itpd 4/21' AXLES B TIRES 2 onto. +.4
ERA 'AULKNEa REALTY. IRA.AUl.lCNIUIMTY BROOKEEtDoublewlde. Near Lawtey fenced., 20 acre* In. HOLIDAY INN i HOUSI FOR SALE BVtX ... tire W. pick-up $100 THAT BUSINESS IN" LAKE BUTLERI CBS home.'3BR.

904.1068 W-SOM .mobile pasture FAULKNER, REALTY brick over ,toO *... ff.$ I.tlng"IaOfl... ,2 ....- 1SA. You deliver, $141. Olin STYLE I Rent to own or rent ",.'AI, IA.! Oarage, utility-.

m .iH La home en lOOrxlOO1( lot .IRA ,...p" I IR. 2 BAJ! Fireplace, I .L*. DR.. den,' OVA.very .. Mobil. Home Soles, Hwy month to ...-th. ..Offlce"urnlture i $room,,....1368.cIawn.1 sq. ft.> $27.900

s .....,.... Bn' jM..>_. reedy la move Into. /\ targe kitchen. : ''B family, neat. 319 St. Clnlr/ St. 100 TFchg. W Starke. 9645606. ,' typ.It.r., SRO ..231:4 -"t'' ; >
Terms negotiable. ERA $37.900.. Call ,9647MS.Itpd colculat_ ., I-792-623B on :)-1-799-4149..
FAULKNER REALTYI fuMerlb.TodsyIWANTIDr04D .
LAWTEY "...100' I, 4/21 .., machine) for ,
LAl'AYITTIITIIIT' 1/2 with .block ERA FAULKNER REALTY -_ I 94-SMS. I TOOLSOLDSTANLeY Corny by today. THE Off.,, ,CARS & ;
$ building ...*..priced to acre '....8 CROSBY LAKE LOTS m PtANISt Phone Fica SHOP, 110 W. Call St.,
ed building.UA'AUUCNI"'IM$19.900. From $16.500.100' fran BISSENTBOAO 964-1331:B a.m. to S p.m.or Sta...... 964-574. Nn TRUCKS .
uA'AUUCNEltUALTY ... Lovely ... I BA stucee) .....IMI. 1/20 tfn OWN YOUR OWN Jeot .
I l ,64-.... rn 9038068re rn .......- logo ERA FAULKNER REALTY944loss a., _. DM.deck. .areg... SOMEONI TO .IINT TO t srMwoar, ,Infant-Proton lID, 4.4 WIUYI';PtCKUfi/ .
> f CONNERtVESTATISAHumeUe fenced b.dkytrd. potlo S'; OWN ,or rant month .to ./ Ladle* Apparel tore. Good rubber,'rvew brok...,,
LC LI3 TWO BEDROOM *- month. Of f lc. furniture" ,,. all 'ale on trade $s00,.*
..._' ..._.. .I1MM wotgaee. $ *.DOe T_ ; Offering nationally
home. .
I bath mobile calculators.At.o .
r m E Fuly eeulpped. kltchee. typewriters known brand ouch at Jar- 4-S073.or.964-8904. /"ff1
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Recently/ Brldu IRA FAULKNIR have one heavy duty dacha Chic Lee. Levi Hn ?
WHMPEMNO PINES BEAUTIFUl'BuMdlng Good location, term NYW IRA FAULKNER REALTY : i1I' copying machine. Hurry Vanderbllt. Calvin Klein. H IT TRUE YOU CAN OUTJEEPS ,
t 11..... .. ......... far- site 3 acne.n.able. 61-6065' : ,Come by today and check, ,Wrangler over 200' other FOR $44 through th4U.S.
'....... .dtli*.-y--. paved road. $11.209. HOME \ us out. 'THE OFFICI SHOP brand., $ .900 to $24.900 Government Get the J!
IRA FAULKNIR RIA1TT IIIA'AUl.lCNlaUAL IRA.AULlCNUUALTY And apartment all fur- .rt = JkY A 110 W. Call .S?.., Starke.. Include beginning Inverttory. facts, today Call, (319)).
984068 "S4. 94.ONS .......... ".500. wR/' ;I ;PTY.I.. 9644764. Nneh.erlheT.dayl airfare far one' to 42.1142".t'eo'I.' ., .4/4f| !

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39 .. VERSATH.BCl air. Owns AXLES B TMtSt_ axle' fixture, grand .opening'promotions. ..lestCHEVY'4jds, low
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C/l building __._ Green'sWelding .
paid .
__ price KottecKy at ((501)327.0031.. lion. $7500, Call 9644246
MiUIOH AREA 100 I. No.- .
Shop. 301 South,
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WATER STREETUrge NEAT Time for..........canal lot Leungs. ......aPING ......." blRAAULXNII REALTY Starke,. Fl. .*....SOO1.4/Q7' L MOBILE ''ItlO
$ BR, 2 B frame 3 i..droom. I beth, hone* enter 2 .lake .he furnished 200 .frentege.IRA .... "64.5068 4tchg 4128. 'CHEW truck. P/$". f/B,
mobile. home.cent BLACK AND WHITE OB COLO -. HOMES
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.100' lot. FAULKNER REALTY964SBM
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dng'y move In Immediately. *TVs te ropalr.luy. sell
water B sewer available.. .. 1 I 'FOR SALE 53 I 00.' Call. 782-33v7i. '
colloM Lrrw or trade. Helken and SaneElectronics. Itchtt /21 ,' .
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: ERA FAULKNER! ,, Call 9o4-47lo 1976 CHUVY NOVAs 4-door.
64 94-fOM I IMO ors. ;" .\1\t.NNta. for more Information. 3/91: 'A-A W MOBMJ NOME SALES
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N .lOlI' fOIl professional perm*.' (Bud)) Arvarea "hnrlte you Short wheel base truck.Uok .
HW ,1tIW & USED l hair cute: wattle *'color. ; to come out end browse. .end runs ...,.. Call: .
I OVER MO SQ. FT. STUCCO HOMIIn TRIPLEX HIGHLAND ARE ing. '. Calf for fro.. Highway '17 South, 46-139J.: 4/11 2Wka /.
Fireplace, ..... net Forest .......... OTA.ed .. Good Income reported.. Slnglewld' Mobile*teme E' OR Il'., / W. flnanca. Our Own estimates/ ....0..1.'' ,........ Florida....-..!' .'7B OU>8' 1I'OWf.'..*. .,
aempkNi'........-- ...........7 IR'2 i.i arse Owner will finance whh with build-on,, plus U WRBVS .. rate.J; .*...1970.J'' ,Kar., ..,.! or 39 46B2. :3/31 tm11x44 P/S.i auto.; Iron.. loaded.
a wcded led, ....... .....,..... very ftalbl.elms.I worlubop..ppr.xh' IOSoYERA ROYALS 4{'"4tchg.4/26. CHAMPION, ... Call -....- _..4/91! ltd 9

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brick AppUence includWithapproelnsa&r; one $' bedreoM.. .1 bath. building! lot 1 SS/5lfaoll : :Young'*' tttaiIi Of 199 VfttMVftPh. ,. IN TOWNItwaR,3 ,Levis y,or aa0 after*p.m,'
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. NOTICE' YARD SALE PERSONAL PERSONAL HELP FOR RENT FORRENr

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGshould SERVICESWILL SERVICESFAMILY WANTED
URGE YARD
... submitted to the SALE Sat and RENT A NEW BALDWIN' MOBILE ,
Sun. Lave HOMEl Nlc. 2 BR.
seat and COME TO I
I{ Bradford County Telegraph sofa YOUR HOME HAIRDESIGNERS REAL ISTATI SALEFtOnSiSchalarsrilp PIANO' for your child only ,, .
eoHee.. table, two bran for professional No children no pets Co ,
perms, available for tlllPHC1
office In writing and $22.50/mo.. plus small rv
paid lamp*, hair to shopping center Call ,
sewing machine, cuts, washes and coloring. I.
In advance unless credit I t. clolho. 144 W. Cell/ Sf. unlicensed persons ERA moving charge.All rent I
etc 121 John. Call, for free 9648810. Hchg21 I t
M473MOpen Faulkner Realty 964 906S.
already established with'.hl. Drive of Pratt and moving applies to pure FURNISHED UPSTAIRS
St 1 estimates
tpd 4/21 reasonable tfn REALTY
office. 10/28 "
'111. a SAT Corn. of Ed. rates. 964-7970 Karen.. ." chase Parramore Music' APARTMENT 3 BR 1 BA
T.W. PHll.SO I
THI TELEGRAPH
CANNOT SI HELD RESPOND STAFF ward. Rd. and Orange St. 4/07 4tchg 4/28 Thurs.-ll AMtUTPMSet. INTIRNATIONAlT" Oaks Mall, Gainesville. 404 N. Cherry St. SISOdeposit. J
lots of wood waft trailer ARB VOU IN need of nursemg 3783626. 11/11 hen $169 per mo. Call '
IIILI. fOll MISTAKES IN AM Iii* PM DRtUSRSi Now hiring for '
gas .reirlg., heaters. Subscribe. Today I .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS gal companlng for so- AppNwm.eM17'Nn roughneck and some field 964-8944 day, 964-4228 E 964-7776 i
antique tool., Shasta mean In your home or RENT TO OWN or rent 4/21 tfn E,
TAKIN AlBRADFORD staff Must train. $20.000 evenings.
OVER
TELEPHONE. THI camper .hanging baskets, family Call Louise Monroe .ca..ery plus., For Information call month to month. Office 3 ER, IM BATH HOME Kitchen I CECELIITERWILLEUR 205 N. 'Temple Stark? *

Classified' deadline!is TUES. clothes and lots of rllf raft after 5'30: evenings, SEPTIC SERVICE. ((312)) 920-9675. Ext. 2729B. Furniture, Typewriters, equipped carpet, ,

DAY, NOON prior to Subscribe TodayBRADFORD 964-4610..101. 4tchg 4/28 Residential' pump-out. 4/07 4lpd 428APPLICATIONS Calculators. Also hove drapes, A/C. $2p month.
: Thursday publication. MAID Experienced motel $5S. we also re-lay drain BEING 'heavy duty copying. Call 4682339. Itchg 4/21
Minimum charge I. 15 maid Apply 'In person. Iln... 964.0121. 11/1* tin, TAKIM for full time hardware 'machln. for rent. THE OF. TWO HOUSES FOR RENT PREFERRED PROPERTIESHOMES
: word for $3.75, then. 10 COUNTY 1900 N. Temple Ave. RENT TO OWNi Office fun man. No phone colls.AcmeHardware. FICE SHOP, 110 W. Call St.. Both 2 BR. One on Hall
: cents for each' word. TELEGRAPH Starke. 'O'L.no Motel, nlture, typewriters, 301 E. Starke.. 964-S764. tfn lake Rd. available now. COUNTRY CLUB AREA-Neerly new brick. 3 BR, 2 BA I
,. thvf off.!*. 964-Sm:s Itchg 414RESPONSIBLE. calculators and one heavy Call SU Starfte.:4/14 fin MOBILE HOME Two One on SR 21, available ever an ac. of land. Fireplace. Selling Prlce-SSO.SOO.
care lor COUPLE home will duty 'copyln8.achln.. WORK AT HOME Jobs bedroom. '''.5261 or ISth of May. Each S200 per Aim. mtg. of S40.WO. Ma. pay. $"*1.21 (tax a Ins.).
Giant Moving Sale your and available. Or. rent monthto ,available. Subslanilal ear 964.6112. 2/17 tin' month, plus first and last CONNEXLV ESTATES-Attrectlve 2 yr. old home en I
while
44S W.Pratt Street 964.6362.pets Itchg you 4/14 are away.. month. Com by today. nlngs pos.,bl.. No .... Subscribe,. Tedayl month rent and $50 security ac. with' ...um. mtg. of $3'.OOO. Mo. pay. $.,. (Incl.
CASH THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. perience.",. Call ((312)) RENT TO OWN' Or 'rent deposit. Call 473.4578. tax a."..). ,
Friday I Saturday REWARD Offered for
Nice antiques, kitchen afe, dining. room Information leading to the Call St.,,Slarke.9645764. 741-9780 Dept.. 2120 for Information. month to month.. Office 4/21 tfnFURNISHED PARKWOOD OFF PRATT ST-Brlck, 2 yr. old, :3 BR, 2
tfnWANT 4/21 2tpd 4/28 furniture, typewriters, BA. LR, OR, K, enclosed $4B 000
sets, etc. Tools, air compressors heavy duty Identification; of the scum TO DRINK CRUISE....JOBSI Great income APARTMENT garage. Selling price
arm saw etc. and a /lot of other nice articles, who stole two 6' Redwood THAT'S YOUIIIUIINISI potential.. All occupations calculators Have one One bedroom. Heat, A/C. with assum. mtg of approx. $24.000. Mo pay$219.Bl.
baby bed, children clothing: glass and bottles. trees and two cross-tie* WANT TO STOP ,, For Information heavy duty copying Call 9645876. 4/21 2tchg COUNTRY CLUB.Pretty home facing' golf ceura.:1: B*.
Reasonable :prices and something for from 'low offices of ...- THAT OURS call ((312)) 741-9780 machine available. THE 4/28 2 BA, lovely' kitchen completely equipped. Fireplace
everyone. Rain or Shin.. sent. Moody ft Salmon. A.......... Asesymeua out. 2120. 4/21 2tpd 4/28 OFFICE SHOP 110 W Call 2 BR HOME Prefer retired custom drop. throughout Magnificent greenhouse.
Names of Informant will M4-4IM 44-S414 (EXPERIENCED BARTENDER St.. Starke.. 964-S764. tfn, couple SI 25 month plus Owner will finance.
,.' be .held In strict con 9444M4A1ANON. Apply In person, Garden ::2 BR DUPLEX Stove, damage deposit Call ESTATE SALE-Brlck home sltueted' On 4.7 beautiful ..-
fidence. Call W.A. Bessent Restaurant. U.S. 301 refrigerator, $115 month 4681493. Itchg 421IQSTFOUND acres In Lawtey on 301. 'Fenced barn perfect for
POP 'WARNER'S 964.7262.. Itchg 4/21 FAMILY GROUP Starke,. Itchg 4/21 $100 security deposit. No horses a farming.
NEEDS GOOD HOMEiThree 94-411 SAT a SUN.,' Responsible, pets, and references, 'CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE$-Corner lot. Approx. 1631
BRADFORD COWBOYS adorable kittens. 2 male, 11/29 13tpdEXPERIENCED d.p.ndabli'p.rson to 964.7188.21 2tchg 4/28 sq.! ft. In home. 2c.r _c. garage.SP ISi.OOO Aisum.
'long hair; on. grey, one PAINTER work snack bar at Waldo FURNISHED TRIPLEX Nicely mtg. $29 434.. M... pmt. $308.92. lake ace.... ..
s,; are having a block S white: one garfleldfemal Neat work Interior or exterior Flea Market. Food service furnished three rooms FOUND A Great Ploc. to LAND INVESTMENTS

*. Phone 9648073.. Free estimates.Reasonable and/or management ...- and bath utilities furnish Rent Office Furniture and .SO ACRES on 301 N at Highlands. Plenty' of timber. SP
CAR WASH & WAXat Itchg 421SEWING. price with. perlence preferred. For ed. Private yard and en Equipment. Rent to own or $100.000. 29X down. .
theCOMMUNITY In AND DRESSMAKING good references. Colt application call 468-2239. .. No childrenNopets. month to month. THE OFFICE '30 ACRES-301 N. $90.000.plNESONO".Bulldlng .
473.4395. my' home. Call 964-5177. Itpd 4/21 Itchg 4/21 ,,+ Phon.964.5464. 4/14. SHOP. 110 W. Call St., ." lots on Wilson Rd. 20X.down,
Itchg 4/21 CRAWFORD MOTHERS We EXPERIENCED MAID No tfnchg Starke. 964-S764 henJazeI.cAI. 5 yr. at 10% Int.. ,
BANK MOWING AND TRACTOR
SERVICEl Afternoon ,andevenings build houses, fireplaces phone calls. Apply In per ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT 4.7 ACRES on Rd. 230 A S Wilson Rd. Con be subdivided.
t Sat barbeque pits; patios,, eon To Reno Motel 1900N. A/C, heal and fur 111,000.
April 23 & 30 all day Saturday
; ., sidewalks. You Name It. Temple Av., SIark.21 ..
and Sunday Phone nished. First and lost '14 ACRES with 2 BR frame home off Forsythe Rd.
Call 782-324.Moving back' ./ tfn
from 9 am 762.3573. month rent. $' 0.000.
f Itchg 4/21' to lawtey. Horn 78x-3160. FUll TIME Accepting applications
LAWN SERVICES Foo'free ,3/31 4tpd 4/21 MAINTINANC'IYoung Bradford Village OPPORTUNITIES ,
estimates call Earl at male be .least Motel. 4/14 tfnchg 'FORMERLY FILLING STATIONS-Can be converted Into
must at 19
\. FOR SALE FOR SALE 9646913 for Information.' SubscribeToday' years old. Must be ex .FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 y offices. On Madison St. S25.0OO. '
4/21 2tpd 4/28 I perienced. FULL TIME Bedroom, beat, A/C FRAME HOME ON 1.6 ACRES-SF.819.900. Assum.mtg. .
..FIREWOOD FOR SAUl Oakor USED'ALUMINUM PlATSSi BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete COOK: : Must .be experienc 964-9876.:4/14 2lchg' 4/21 Realtor* of $13,000. Mo. pmt. $ ".
sharpening service, circular FURNISHED APARTMENT ,CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS-2 nice lots. $.,.00 each.
pi.... 4 4'*. length 24" to 24x36'% 25 cents each. U.- Family Heir Designer Interviewing on Friday
40'', price 1/2' cord $30 ed In printing hand, carbide, chain, I"W.C.IUt. ONLY, between 9..m. and On. bedroom. Heat and .eXCELLENT BUY:lovely 3
'scrap firewood oak or Great for minor newspaper repairjobs mower and blade hollow .to.... 9647303Hairstylist :3 p.m. U.S.'301 N. Textile air. 9645876.14 2tchg BR, Home on V4 Ac. Plus lot Novas Ward 4-74S4 Wayne Douglas 9646S93AnneTerwIllegar
'pin. $10 truckload Sun. Bradford ground balanc.d. Town. tchg 421ClassLfied 4/21 in country. $29.500 Nelson 475.1677
shine Acre. West 16 Call. County Leave at Jackson Building FOR RINT OR SALIiMOBIll .9 AC WITH BARN septic,
Telegraph. 964-630S. hen.
964-7699. We load for you RECONDITIONED TVSi Colors Supply 'In Starke Keystone N..... Ads HOME on Griff loop. Call well.S pump, power pole,
t between 9:3O a.m. to 2:30 Heights or Lake", Butler
9648816.. 4/21 fencing. 16500.
starting 'at 10000. Oooo Perc.e.gelWAYNE Get Results Itpd BRADFORD
TFNchg
p m. Mon-Frl. 12/16 tfn
Trade-in's welcome. Phone 1977 CONCORD 25', excellent SANK REPO: Commercial Subscribe/
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FISH ft SKI BOATs 70 hp. outboard SEWING MACHINES' ------ ,
I tilt trailer All ski. 9648212.611. tfn REPAIRED All make. I condition, low property. Hwy 301 Block RENTALS
equipment etc. plus' extra CARS $1001 TRUCKS S75I cleaned; Oiled and adjusted mileage. 13500. Call bldg. 2.400 sq.ft. on 1.37
$2295.Con be seen at 3930 Available at local gov't. $15. Work anytime 879-2422.. ,4/21 ae. Paved parking 964-8807
1 S.W 4th Ploc., sales, Call (refundable) guaranteed James KINNEY MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL BEAUTY SHOP, barbershop Hwy. 301 North FLORIDA MARINE
Gainesville. Fl. 3717773. 312-931-5337 Ext. 2729 B Strickland, corner Morgan HOME PARK, Mobile skating ,'rink some WE NOW OFFER & FIBERGLASS
4/14 2tpd21 for your directory on .howto 'Rd. and Hwy. 16. TFNchg ELECTRICAL HEATING AIR CONP/ homes and spaces for rent. equipment $28,000 Lawn Car ./
MOBILE HOME 1973 12x69 purchase. 407tpd CHAIN LINK PENCE Installed. REFRIGERATION Recreational vehicles .2 BR, 2 BA frame home on Service) 104 W. Brownies Road
: 2 bedroom I"!"* bath. Gas 4/28 Free estimates.Handy F APPLIANCE REPAIR / welcome, phone 468-2912. 2 ac. CH/A, forge porch, Mowing ft Edging 3644613rHBEBDUSS
heat range and 3.Ion Car. D.W. MOBILE HOME ......" ,i U"| Moran Fence Co., owner LL '' 13 9/16 the j/ utility to 'or'da. Has ."i If you want ourees9'14.t'r"fflv.4i
1I stroll. ...n"1PtlOOOA i 'AIo'C.14/tP. BteIlJ$4s li l+ A t : REPAIR ..,.. '
116fN. s: JaJY 4'l'It.ddl.h.,964.B$1If'I' aLXsu FEE! .Moam MOMR6.4OR-RINTP, ,- t>q T Iankra' .po.lee "dtr rr 4 '
lint.Rltth"s H4MSNt1.ml.Aalrtlr ablifN dau; r8r1/1-t>oJ lwktOr.h f1 xYPEWIMYkiT mpAtui' Coir, "' E3TMEATa$' "SERVICE ."h' .. tOnetrui, ,trom. raie city; I, pal.for .tiller: $40.000-: ; ,.,,
AIR CONDITIONER 25,000- 1/2' mile limits.' Clean 16 W. call or com *..
highway Hwy.
city. the Office Shop, 110 W. 3 BR,2 BA, C/8 with ''arg.cov.red
btu. Sears window unit. 964.1839.07! 4/28 Call 468-1323, 10/O7 tfn ul BRADFORD
Used 2 summer, 4tpd Coll St.. Stark., for details. '44-87.6' polio. CH/A, 6
1 Chicken, all breed BULLDOG PUPPY 2 utility 964-9764. tfn I KITCHENEFFICIENCYRooms calling fans, water sot tner. LIMEROCK
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for
Service' rent at lowweakly
GLASS CUT TO ORDER $".000.
7823945. Itpd 4/21 trailer. ,Call after 5 p.m. Call SALIS. 7823172D.lnfield
I;. .17 VW DASHER,4-sp.d, 782.3690. Itpd 4/21 Doors, windows', etc. I Motel, rates.'64.7357.16 Temple ((904))7(2-3931 Rock
AC AM/FM. S3,800. Call RANGER wood: burning' thermostat JACKSON BUILDING SUPP'LY ((9S4)m-SSM HOMI o Bldg.Sand
'i' M*. Brawn at 964-8272 control stove. Call ) 964.6078. Orders also EOW/tfn P.O.Drawer M .
for Top Soil'Scrap Bark 1
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES .
I weekdays. or 964-4034 964.4916.21 2tpd 4/28 taken In lake Butler Ml S. Lewtey .
Owner
For Sale
By tlmereckUBAMMOIIIMI
,I' after 6 p.m. 4/14 2tchg TRACTOR Mossey-Ferguson, 496-307 and Keystone r.nt. On Hwy. 16 W. Closeto ,
I 165 dl_ New motor. Height' ,4K-4973, 2/26 tfn prison Call 4681323.
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t > USED MJilDtNa MATERIAL Phone 964-4622. 4/21 2tpd 139 Acre Ranch 10/07 tin. Shop & Compare!! -
WITHIN CITY LIMITS 3 IR.I .
; Used tin used 2x4's, used 4/28
Ix4's,Call 468-1985. Itchg HORSE .FOR SALE 'A '3200 Sq. Ft.. Large brick RBIIM. corral Bin Bonds.SmsR 1 "% BA home. $379 per Special Insurance for
j 4/21 Morgan, $200. Turn west river wW dhld( Financing sviilabte. mo.. $200 security deposit Mobile Home Parks
li USED CARPfTf Indoor/Out. off Hwy. 16 on Morgan WarehouseY.0o0 SJt. 11, stratum FL 32042 required.. Call ,,,.7404 eo AH types of MOilll I HOME

:. door. Red 12x19. 8x19 Rood. go '1.7 miles (Signposted .fie office or retell and ask for David or Eddie.After homeowners policies for SERVICE POLES
9x19, $21;., green. 11x19 ) on right side, of dock. 100 It.I '.((9 04)485-1042.) 5 P.M., call 964-7669. mobile homes. '""
..... loading "sioonmr
$19; gold.: 10x10, $10, road. Howard Carroll. Itpd 4/14 tfnchgGainesville .
+ Great far lake houses, porches 4/21 I off UC.l965294" Call for Quote nso.oo I I 1
j ate. Phone 7823660. .BEE HIVES About 75 used .t
Itchg 4/21" boxes, plus 50O Ibs. of wax I Olln's Mobile 11
UTILITY TRAILER 964-8661.: and other equipment $390: .
i Itchg 4/21 for all or' three hive for Sun Home Sales'
;' S-VR. OLD QUARTER and $25. Call 964-4478 and FILL DIRT Elaine M. Olin"Agent tall liytimt'1 t
Appaloosa stud. He'. very leave message. Itpd 4/21 Route Carrier
g.nta' good riding MOVING SALIt Relrlg with AND SAND "" 964.5606
'; horse. $500. Call 9645882. k. maker, chest freezer,
'ALSO PORTABLE WELDINQ
Itpd 4/21 dryer and gold brocod. :Needed
COCKER SPANIEL 6 mas. couch. Coil 964.7955. Itpd 468-1455 11 a 1 BARGAIN .BARGAIN'' '
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old, full blooded SI00, 421MAGIC ( For Starker Hampton Keystone :;; Cut Out and Save ,0 I--- .
without papers. Call Ed CHEF GAS STOVE 2 ELWOOD PADGETT Heights areas. Jf i
Green 9646090.421 2tpd old. Good condition iI
WISTWIND TM-HULL 11, ft. years$200. Call- 9644082. Itpd HAMPTON, FLORIDA Must have rollabla car and post cash bond. I
1970 boat and trailer. 80 4/21 Fill out application at Calnoivlllo Sun 401 $ 1000 OffThe
Miff' Mthf ITMMM xx4" Kill ills Ores w a i
hp.
Mercury motor. Call Stark. Florida.
South Walnut Strvot wen' toanm W ,Illl. HM. rarer JACK
Tommy Reddish 964 8559. NORTH CAROLINA MaE MEDICINE' wit Him .
964-8170' Eric Getts 378-1416 repair cost of any Major Ap WM MMIaKHiu.
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.. ..I MOUNTAINS pliance or Air Conditioning minim mi. mi_.....UL...KUMIMk f
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1.34 ocrei Weal for camp. & Assoc. system. Ire,.xis sea tros x.a
IFPINE Enterprises
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FORESTIAPARTMENTS Ing or trailer Excellent ac .
c.... large timber cover Inc. Hill Appliance Repair Lake Butler Farm Center

III : this tract.. All ulllll''''. JUST REDUCED* Oreo* for a growing. family. 1 BR, 2 238 Walnut; St. SR1 21 Lake Butter J
iIJ.I1. $5330.00 Total ;Price.. BA. ISSO ... ft.1 L.... fenced backyard and close to 473.3549 496.3921 {
1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Aull.j I $89000 down payment,' .elementary. ......-....OOG. '"-51A9 Kest Jai""'. h* lit sm ma..<...

,From !150" to 29.(r' assume.loan .WHAT A DEAlt 9 BR, 2 BA. Nice layout. Screened o Limited to one.per customer "-JI
j III ,otl. ,end 'huge double cur ,.,.,.. Merry ft Offer Expires. May 20. I*** r\I.

House 'en ,'.lakes'. % 2 ._.....000.. f 1YF9 1J.t.1.CJ.t.U,", 1".t..n 111a\1l'\ W.H"

L.I! 1930 W.\tadtsoff bedroom; 1 both,. large 'JUIT,'A tin.'WYS A ion These lots start at. SS 000 ,

_,_ Phone 9(4-8312. rock fireplace, custom kit ..with owner nMsedag. Neer K.,_. FLORILAND REALTY; DrHJIng!
C .. c....... 'Screened In 1034 Call' today for.details. an these and ether > .,.. .,. .
F .tMOes r.'Cas'h front, deck ,overlooking .properties we ...,. Kited.. I .964-7/00 2" thru 6"
lake. Ha. 100 fet lab '
frontage:Paved. read frontage. U.*,:301 South 393 N.. Tempi. Av... Stark Fast Rotary

Immaculate beautiful 'r. 1 Vernle P. Odom I Broker GUI.I. Drilling Equip.

itlng. Plenty of swimming Miklit, ;.W t s. Coonoy, Realtor D. Orfom. Jr. Associate Stall Uctmcd

boating and|just (dent. (Dayf64-7! lvenlnas-64.MJ7Of "... ..... ... .. . . .
living. Sf.900.00 ..xceibrt MANY,MANY EXTRAS
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Lem, V Acre. I BR home, J'A both. CH/Av OvenVse. 2_rgarage. Puna,..

,.. M;001'..InterestedJ'T' I Many pecan end fruit trees. Bam,lack heu... . .'. '. ,',', .'. .
:for '.: .1.69- Acre:: swstel bUg.sites (;. In A New Home Tee 11..1.... four ceiling '011''.. 2 wells and puma.Two New & UsedlesoPartS'Servic
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,'area' access, lovely fishing pond. stocked. Many other feature {
setting, good c...... Ready Call for men details -
Morfjpages to buff an $o7SO.OO .*, (IM.TIME'. ONLY E-Z TercelsPlumbing
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cellent term ,51900.00. : .- -I i.-. tt-.t-ff. .. ; i

down.payment bdalRSilMSeer .*1 BEOtOOM. 1 BATH brick home hi tmnt.S43.loa. ', \

,. 3 br., IVt bath, central H/A BEDFORD LAKE MOMIi S Bdrm.. I bth. Owner .\...... : .J: .
,W..Bu tstand,. nc Mortgage! ",, o ,!lia '. .These.are |just.. few of teeM. ,finessing mM $oI .OOO'a.. j New InstallationRe .
and
carpeting .
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over 2000 listing. *. We hove lAKE CINiVAi 100 feet en lake. Coed beech
: : all of .free ,." shaded B*, S BA ham nodelmIl Repairs 1iAtl
Buifd.rs.Ortiktirs 'to' r' Com- type property 11R' lot nicely hmdsceped 2 Urge
'From .fhhfu'ah. { ; ft R"*". ,I' '' $900.00 nor am and. .... \. ,: your lot. Cell for .......I"tt.' ; ,t8 '7-,34. . ;,.
/. W. hove small. tract. wo ': ')' *12 ACHES.In Cloy County near.Intersection. of SR>lM ,Du 'rlalsiice

panto: also have several caMra '950.0.0 .a 16.Appn .. I acres cl_..... Remainder weeded ", ..- '
house*.' oU fortes, *tev .. I' Hawing reek MI property). . . .534,004E 'PUMP&SUPPLY'

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We also make Homeowners Loans for'Horne'Jrnpq'Qverrtents *' ./Write WaM I ... *,. .per. y...v* . ,
j & Bill C"oTi;? idatlons today. Ln p Homes, Inc: '864 N.

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Congratulations to Hampton Youngblood. Welcome to the new Shannon Abrams and .MTndy' girls and adults zipped intoHiCcplni... arc Joyce Wainwright and Sharon 1inxes.
Cadette Troop 504 for the third place assistant Joann Harley and leader Horsey each sold 184.'boxes of cookies boat for the night.,J>4ce award the Girl Scout booth received Andrea Abrams. for their Iroop. '.',; jjiL '4 Imo came a bit earlier than Friday Tarn ml Kersey who wild 165 boxes, parents, leaders and cookie
,4 at the Bradford County Fair. The High cookie .sellers for Bradford- Two of the ncighboriiWKljnJunliir night. h' Congratulations to Senior Troop chairmen the neighborhood retained
booth won third place in the youth Union this year were Sarah Douglasof troops have already had overnight After the girls Mlxzlcd up their own fIIID, their average wan 200 boxes of $1.IU t 60 for 11 troops in addition to In-
division and we really appreciate the Brooker who sold 400 boxes and camping trips this IIprlngfTroop.6t4 breakfasts again Sunday morning cookies per Hcoul. They all will tentative awards and bonus money
nice Job the Cadettes did of presenting Lisa Tierney who sold 363 boxes. enjoyed Cypress Cardenwijtheweekend Troop 614 hurried to beat a rainstorm receive T-shirt In addition to their' The Bradford Union Neighborhood
t the program of scouting. Sarah is in Junior Troop 31. Lisa Is a before aping IvacUon'..Tlie 22 and headed back to Starke. other,awards and bonus. Event luHt Saturday at the First
Setting the fair booth was the second year Cadette In Starke Troop girls and their chaperones left Slarke High cookie Belters for Troop 614 Seniors selling were Heather United Methodist Church
was a
success
up
Challenge for the Challenge of Beinga 520. Yeah, Sarah and Lisa) in a 6-vchlcle caravan Friday morn- were,Brands! Clemons,who, gold 127 O'Steen, Lisa ,Green, Rhonda SUn thanks to the Senior scouts and
Girl Scout which the scouts have Stephanie Gainey of Troop. 31 sold ing and arrived at Cypress Garden In boxes and Beth McKinney and Missy nett, Cheryl Furrow,Leslie Simmons, all the "special people" who helped
been working on. 200 boxes of cookies. plenty of lime to set up campfix" a Davis who each mid 124 boxes of Theresa Ricks, Valerie Randolph, with Career Day. The scouts were
The Cadettes have also been'workIng Other high cookie sellers in the goulash supper, and go on a couple cookies. Rosaland Lennon and Cheri Foster.. real Impressed with the many dif- 'I
the Fashion Fitness Cadette Troop included Marian Sut- short night hikes before)huddling Troop 454 from Lake Butler was not High cookie seller for Junior Troop .ferent careers: offered to The
on patch. women.
They have really enjoyed working on ton who sold 226 boxes of cookies. around the campfire to escape Fridaynight's so lucky, the rain came before they 684 Is Leslie Banks who sold 160 boxes careers are fun as well as exciting., 1
could break at Girl Scout of cookies.
this which would have not been Scouts selling over 100 boxes of chill. camp Camp I
patch without the guidance of cookies were Jeanna Andrews, Back at camp Saturday night (the Neyatl on Kingsley Lake The had to Missy Price is Junior Troop 16 high Gateway Cadettes and Seniors were
j several possible Stephanie Dukes,. Julie Holl- scouts prepared "Knights in Shining leave their tents up until they could 'cookie seller with 185 boxes treated to a special dinner at the
Thanks people.to .Estelle Padgett who ingsworth, Debbie Tyliczka, Barbara Armor' meals for the parents and dry. Other than that they'reported a Kim Hampton was the high cookie Masonic Hall fn Orange Park last
themselves good cam pout. Leaders for that seller for Junior' Troop 605 with 210 Saturday' evening ,
before tired of
Mosley, Sabrina Starling. a bunrh \ troop
presented a make-up session on Mary -. ..... L ---.... ... ,""- ...II r '"
Kay Cosmetics, Patty Mullins who
gave an aerobic demonstration and ,, ;: ::."
Keith Hunter who treated the scouts '1
to a new hair style after a demonstra- "
tion of hair care and style. '
The scouts in the troop include
Christa Wood, Mindy Mersey, Shan-
non Abrams, Kim Smith, and Tracey

DSTOREW1DE

ObituariesRuby


Irene ConwayMiss
Ruby Irene Conway, 86, of
Twin Lakes, Ga. died Tuesday, April
19 at her sister's residence following

a ,tong illness. Prices Effective thru April 2'4. 1983
Born in Bradford County,Miss Con- No Rain Check
way moved to Twin Lakes two years
ago from Palatka. She was a memberof '(
the College Park Baptist Church in Assorted Oxwall! ; i1roff t1f '
Palatka and\ was a retired nurse's aid. : \
Survivors include one sister, Mrs. a '
Pauline I. Thomas of Twin Lakes, ;.
Ga.; two brothers, Rev. Lacy C. Con-' TOOlS % '. '. ". ) -.-- '
way of Starke and Leonard W. Con- reg price ", :; \ I 1
way of Callahan and several nieces ,
and nephews. i *"
Funeral services will be held at 1 "- ubS" $
p.m.Thursday, with in the DeWitt fAr "A
C. Jones Chapel Rev. Leroy Coronet Garden
Olive and Rev. John Akers of r
ficiating. Burial will be in Prevatt
Cemetery under the direction of
Jones Funeral Home, 514 East NonaSt. Hose
., Starke, Fl.Jeannie. '

Williams 1/2" x 50 ft. 100% Vinyl Reg.. 3.47
Mrs. Jeannie M. Williams of GO'ea.

Highridge Estates, Keystone ,
died Monday, April 18, at Bradford .
Hospital In Starke following a short il- $2.117.H.H.-

lness.A .
native of Abbeville, Ala., Mrs.
,. Williams had lived in Keystone
Heights for the past seven years,

moving mrs.Survivors Mary there include Frances from Tampa.one Fitzwater daughter of, Trilene XL Extra Strong ''tteg.$1'.91 j..


Hayward, Calif.; one son, Lucious L. Premium Monofilament Clear' --
Williams of Keystone Heights; two :
brothers, M.B. Roberts, Dolhan Ala.,
W.J. Roberts of Ocala;. one sister, ,
Mrs. Maude Hicks of Dotha, Ala.; six FISH LINE ,'

grandchildren, 22 great grand- i%
children and nine great-great grand-

children.Funeral services will be held Thurs s'GD ': if VNtU -

day April 2V at !B-a.m. thwDaWiO,,,, 3-.5B s.l
I" C. Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev..? i IT"ore: Beff.-: .. ......, .7"'I'r r ', _.wwM..tn.u..k J
LeRoy Olive officiating. Burial will be
in the First Baptist Church CemeteryIn 20" Breeze. Box
Dover,Fla. Jones Funeral Home of
Starke is In charge of arrangements. 0 ,

Walter D. Chaney, Jr. FAN$1711
Walter Durwood Chaney, Jr., 58, of Daiwa'i.
Glen St. Mary, died Sunday April 10 '
in the Veterans AdministrationHospital 'BERllNTHEWrjRLD-BVOCSICrl .'
in Gainesville after a extended L '. Rain, Bird
illness. .,l' Ly J
Born in Tampa, he moved to Glen '
.. St. Mary one month ago. Mr. Chaneywas 0-13: Oscillating
retired from the U.S. Air Force 13OX r. ,
i. as a Master Sargeant and was a
.. member of the Baptist faith. Mr. '
Chaney had lived most of his life in Sprinkler

Port O'Conner, Texas. Rod & Reel E. .
Survivors include three daughters, W
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Paulette Freeman of Glen St. Mary, *-.*... .
Carol E. Seymour and Debra Louise 'Reg.: 6.99
Newsted, both of Colorado Springs, S 21'7 7 ty.\-.f; "897
Co.; one son, Donald Alton Chaney of
Save #007
Las Vegas, Nevada; one brotherd ; ,
: Richard Alton Chaney of ; [' --""_-
\ PVC Chafe. Lowwo Relax r in the comfort of
eight grandchildren. ft. :", your ,: .
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Graveside services were held ,-' Uvf.* /, own backyard) Yellow/white or" beige/brown :; : ';''",'.' I
Pr &LA11202. Reg.,11.97'.n
I Thursday, April 14, at 4:30: p.m. at stropping., : .
II"
Sapp Cemetery with Rev. Michael I II '

Norman officiating. Archer Funeral I r;.1 ,
Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar-
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rangements. PolaroidButton I ':.
!is; Ethel M. Fuller (

Mrs. Ethel Miriam Fuller, 62, of ';::::: LA
Starke died Monday morning, April '> "
18, at her residence following a sud- Polaroid
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den Born illness.in Milton, Mass., Mrs. Fuller Camera' Sun"600 IMS 0 / :

moved to Starke from Palm Bay,Fla. MRTT.L .!craorurs' \ ,
CM'l.MMMn>
about four years ago.Mrs. Fuller wasa Camera 1 1
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Star housewife and the,Rebecca's a member of of Gainesville the Eastern, $. 7 11 "N a w. ,iNtEHlViSiOi ; :

and was a member of the First United 2 2 *W
Methodist Church. The Button. Polaroid's lowest"1-; lull 6 .lntelligE1nt1eJeJision.:
Survivors include her husband, priced Instant,camera. / 'if'r'u + '
Richard A. Fuller of Starke; two n PlaroidHlphSpeed I INTEUlVlSIOKI*Master. Cnntponanl ,
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1tIe.nt'rt4inmenl.nter'oryour'lItTIlttt.
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sisters, Mrs. of Miami
Campbell
Fay
'lr!>600 Series Cameras, '
J and Mrs. Helen Cruickshanks of t T 'r Play* aupar-actlonr- NFL1:+ Football I, Lil.llke''
Milton Mass. SX-7O TWO Pack & 4 .' ,player pass run. ,.f..lnlerc.pt and tcora.. wllti,Aver 160atralogtc '
; plays at yourtlngortipil'
Funeral services were held at 2 + N, : 'J '. ,.''TheINTELLIVISIONliblaryOrprogama".lItaol; '
trD' 1 / Includa
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at the a aral
20,
p.m. Wednesday, April 7 b' Major Laague" Basahnll. NBA- BaskatbaiK Ar .
i DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Kodak PR-10 Polaroid I mad a", Aslrosmaunstar Slnha'j Armor Sr.'c.and'
J Warren Langer officiating. Eastern "' .. ,,(, more on theway. .
F-.I Two Pack "
600
m' '
Star rites were given during services. Thant'a avan th.Elaclrld' Company4 r MB/pFyh' !'.* pro*
I ; j ((500 ram to,..aka leanWer ..
Jones Funeral Home of Starke was in 14.281S2e One Step: I ivlunlorkld!. .
i charge of arrangements. Reg. Film I l ,xi r, Com In lo'day for a k..damonalrallon '
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'A j. i FILM l .j' .T, _, '. '!otlh.INTELLIVmoNM.st.rcomponnt.'
Reg., 14.96 ; .' "',' ', '
i Card of Thanks... : 9'4' 149.96\
1 $

; A very special thanks to ali depart 1396 IX i21 _" ._. t"H' _" .
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meats,-including our nephew Kenneth. '
f; Fuqua's department and Calvin t ., : .1 R r1" k "

1- Pack am'. department who sent .. _
j ,flowers to our sister's. Viola Hamm J. '
r ," funeral Winter Haven. Also a thank '301, South.- Starke; :
to the three
you churches who also "
," ia sent expressions of love: First Christian ad ; )
,'ft 1 Church of Starke Calvary Bal>> s tit
t 1. A list and Starke Church of God.

Calvin Packam Willie Mae Judd i! Lower Prices! ,

': :. 'A Irene Mobley Better Quality .. I f

mk r The family of Mrs. Pearl Gordon BLa P MasterCard and Visa .
wishes to express their appreciationto Mod items of reduced pricca. Fami yifc M fc'B' jE pcceptod.i 1

to all their friends and loved ones for >' "
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the words of comfort food and love >
"'j t! duringthe loss of our, dear grand- TOY lnIta upon yow wttts actl If you are not harfpy wAlh vpoii purchase,return it.,We,will)cheerfully exchange it or fully'refund your money, If advertised
: mother. merchandise is not available, we'll gladly jssee you a rainchach,*+,we/ef Taw fa be ""PPy- copyrt+ekr Ki e4 tC.a*i|sMN e..

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