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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I heavy rain that hit this area, with a return to cooler temperatures Monday. ielit.rfal.r.. : ",".v'ij.t'"?,,?'', (P... 4" '* ,
I Rivverlfire Saturday's downpour nd'towe and Inches of S.elel..r.. .P sees d,S -,
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A public hearing on a proposed liquor ';iJ'iiMto:, submit such a petition at .T'.'' ,made an ''earnest money" : a liquor license OO, but said Courtnay's letter to the Commission Through his attorney, Robert
store location in the Keystone future, dateAccording." Allen, who Is an n 10 years it could have an estimated will presumanly be read at the ,Edewaard of Gainesville, Callaway
Heights area,scheduled by Me County .', to Courtnay,. his letter'; Gainesville attorney Sandra : slue of$250,000. board's regular meeting Monday, charged that the Board of Adjustment"did
Commission for 7:30: p.m..Monday said the request was made "pursuant'to owner of the liquor license ;' Allen eaid his intent was to pur"" May 2. Allen said that if the Commission not have a proper basis from a
was abruptly called off at the requestof the fact that my client's attorney; said Tuesday he was the Keystone Oaks property grants Courtnay's request Bieber written petition and exhibits to con-
developer Jack Courtney after tie did not fully comply in precise detail'.. Courtnay's action and would then lease the site to Bieber for a< .would lose, her liquor license. If the sider in making its decision" to grant
was advised by, County Attorney with 'section 25.7.1 of the Bradford suing for damages if the : store. He further said that he Commission denies- Courtnay's re- the Special Exception, "nor did It properly
Dudley Hardy that his original petition County zoning regulations." Courtnay, ception approval" rescinded. doing this to."'tie the.license,to. quest "we are properly, zoned and for the special exception allowinga further quoted his letter as stating,, (Courtnay). Is violating my property" within the required keep our license, Allen said. fact as required\' by county zoning
package store in Keystone Oaks ,*"J>ue to the ensitlv8' nature of the' with him if he withdraws time, but that he had been contacted The Board of Adjustment approved regulations.
Subdivision was improperly drawn. "'1nat er involved this technical omis-. '.. petition" Allen said. other Interests who wanted Allen Courtnay's request for a special ex
..ionbecomesat paramount impor+ ( '" Ailed added that Ms.. Value'w 1 nd Bieber to use their license In 'ception by a 3-2 vote on February 22. The appeal petition 'also alleged
Courtnay i id'the'> fefe'grapfti Tues tance In making my decision' to re-1 quor license was issued by the operation on a "major This action was subsequently appealed that the Zoning Board and the County
day thai he had written a letter to the quest such action" from the board. on Oct. 8,1982, and that she in Bradford County. He said to the County Commission by C. Commission acted contrary to law in
.County Commissioner requesting that ? Courtnay,declined to elaborate on days In which to"tie the license ls,plan was to set up a package store' Brooks Callaway, Jr., representing a 1978 since the zoning ordinance did
the board "take the action necessary flaws the petition but said "I think property." -This time : a mobile unit at Keystone Oaks and group of opposing Keystone Oaks property not provide for a PUD (Planned Unit
to rescind the approval of the Brack everybody will be happywith this,!* pired April 4, Allen said and 1 ; move the license later to the owners. Development) at that time. Also, the
ford County Board, of Adjustment (his withdrawn action.). contract on Courtney's : location. In his petition for redress,Callaway Commission "never adopted an ordinance -
regarding my request for ''a special One person who apparently was: no" voided' Bieber would lose hep, : Allen said that if Bieber lost the charged the Board of Adjustment the amending the zoning map to
exception to permit a package liquor happy was O.C. Allen, of Gainesville" Allend said that no more; it would then go to a Mr. Cord County Zoning Board, and the County provide for rezoning the property
store to be located on a portion,of Lot who said >he had a contract with licenses could be issued in Seminole County who was second Commission with violation of their from the R1A classification m effectat
1$ in Keystone Oaks, and allow m Courtnay for purchase of the liquor County until after the next : n the list of applicants in the license own zoning ordinances over a periodof that time," the appeal petition

withdraw the petition,,.reserving, the store, slier on, which" he! ,had already 1990. He' estimated the current' .: years in relation to this property. states.
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1 1. a second zoning surprise move of the week Keystone developer Jack
Courtnay notified the Bradford County Zoning Board that he was withdrawing -
his petition for a change in zoning on Speedville Road property due to
"technical imprecisions" In his application for a change in zoning.
..hii Courtnay had previously requested the board to rezone a large parcel of
'land on Speedville Road from RSF-1 (single family residential) to RMF-1 to
allow a mix of mobile homes and conventional homes on the property.
"Therefore, to avoid wasting any more of your time on technical
discrepancies that can easily be corrected I am withdrawing my petition fora
ii change In zoning on the subject property for correction and resubmission,"
Courtnay said.
Mrs. Sarah Wood; of Jacksonville, who opposes the change in zoning, wo
present at Tuesday night's zoning board meeting accompanied by her attorney -
N Terrance Brown. Zoning Director L.M. Games apologized to Mrs.
Woods for her unnessary trip from Jacksonville, stating that he could not
notify her of Courtnay's withdrawal because he did not receive Courtnay's
we iv request .m. Tuesday, the day of the meeting.
: Gaines explained to the board that Courtnay withdrew his original request
'\for rezoning dueto deficiencies In his application. Gaines said he would
henceforth requl -all.applicants.for rezoning.to.submit written petitions .
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growers have strawberries week says Leon Starling who has
coming out of their ears,and the price been selling all his berries to the

Is to 93 retail. t tOr U-pickers.
505 want to know the price, first
rI ,- you can pick your own for People
cents a quart or$3 a flat at the Lawtey thing. Starling says. They won't go
area farms of Leon Starling -and higher than 50 cents a quart because
J Luther Hilliard. berries are being sold on US-301 for$5a

JI I Saturday's rain didn't do the berries flat, and under.
too bad because the wind that Starling says his Sequoias look
followed dried the plants? right out, about finished blooming, but 'the
growers sayQuahty. Monday and Douglas are putting on another set of
Tuesday was good. bloom.
Norman's Produce was selling berries "With a little tender, loving care
ll for $5 a flat this week. Since it the way these Douglas are coming
rained Saturday Buddy Norman had and blooming we'll pick all throughthe
It Really::Works.... to pick 5,000 flats Sunday Monday month, I really believe," says

The new'draln8gct system at the 'Bradford'County Fairgrounds really works. It consists of lateral and Tuesday. Hilliard and Starling Starling.
he's
Hilliard got one
plastic corrugated pipe covered with a cloth' to prevent sand. .Intrusion and burled some 30 Inches Into the also reported big pickings. Growers Luther says but
figure this past week was the peak of more pretty good picking coming
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ground., water from the fairgrounds that ;..eC.. r. ) this long and late season.> his 12 acres of strawberries have few
The new system was Installed, last Friday and was draining very'. this blooms left on the bushes. Hilliard
It will work; o. Whether they'll make money
afternoon. Soil Conservation personnel are very sure
Whether It will work fast enough to drain water off during fair time,without getting muddy remains" to v?, year depends on the weather in May.If sells invites his U-pickers.berries to This some has outlets been-and his

be seen. bat. the conservation>ll people say it'll be a big Improvement ::1' and it stays the quantity cool, the goes quality down stays, the good price, peak week Hilliard believes.

may go up a $1 or so a flat. At feast, David Wainwright reports buying a
berries to sell on the
few Bradford
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that's the optimistic

HI Drainage i ;. ;: :System Finally .Installed at' County Fairgrounds bloom Plant and have fruit.put If on the another rain stops flush and of farmer's too many market.berries else Local and, he said.couldn.t growers sell had

: the weather stays cool growers can them anywhere
When are'they' 'ever',going' to-do, 'County- Fair' after 'a heavy rain 4,000 feet of 4-Inch diameter pipe i fit, shown above, lays the' pipe ana count on picking at least until the mid- Berry sales have slowed down,
something; about this mud? cancelled the*midway performance were installed 40 feet apart and ,fills the ditch behind it faster than a dle of May, says County Agent Bobby Wainwright says. People are tired of
something.That parallel to US-301 over. the entire mid- .man can walk. eating berries and have their freezers
done
Well"They" have Saturday night. ? Taylor.People
the Bradford'County the to the east Level of the pipe is kept constant full Wainwright opined.
question was heard over-and-: "They", turned out to way area and all way came from Georgia
overat the muddy, 1983 Bradford, Fair Association.-Last week, edge of the fairground property. The Wand; correct by a laser beam.The pipe Palatka, Ocala, Daytona, Gainesville Plant City still has plenty of berries -
,; drainpipe
6-inch
I "They: turned' out to be Warren pipe III sloped down to a e-lnch drain X'is slanted toward the and Jacksonville, from a radius local growers say, and that is
Carver,1.who heard a drainage con which takes the water to the railroadditch <,; Thursday 150-200 mile. In U-pirk'em this past also hurting the market here.rlllClamauun .
V tractor was working In Clay County, in back of the fairgrounds *' Pope moved equipment in Friday
,,and went to see what it was ail about. The>"system '.111 calculated'to'pull afternoon and was through

.. ,Upshotha4'Abner, ,Pope lei :down the water table two Inches in 24 afternoon. .had' agreed to Strawberries.:. .
Sons,,.Inc. of Ocilla, 04: installed a hours,' if the soil percolation is good.' The Fair Association ,
.drainage system last Friday,April 22. 1 It wilt make the ground dry in dry Install a drainage system, Ray Nor-last Strawberries, Strawberries sweet as can be,
It wag working,before the firm bad all. times so the drain'may have to be. man said. but Caryer's action members Slarke strawberries are the beat, /,You ask m...
: 'canned, which i is easily done.: week came faster than
dug. delight
ditches Strawberries what a great
the when the Pope outfitS Strawberries' ,
consists of i or.rqugoted initially designed' ; thouaht It would
1r 1H\IUDAY. A $ !r ;The system pipe with; slits in it plastic for water; p"by The O.D.system Owens was.' a Soil Conservation was found in Clay County, '? 'I.t f really,think that they're out of tight -, ,", X?:q\lfiil'j'; rt

.SwiM f 0 Community C.,.*.. ? seep Into the pipe. Plus, the pipe la'' 'employee based in Jacksonville.Then I.'Project cost was 94,200. My Daddy growl themt year after year ,t>, (,'. .y ,.1:; :
ACT AMnufnwil T....'> 1 Ito covered with a cloth material pre-; local Soil' Conservation Service There was almost no water Stani -, "Counting on the .weather to be warm and ,float' ) a'i ::.

.IIHIL""Y", ':,SO o.nCr ,vent sand from getting In, but which employees Nelson Porter and Jack i:ding on the fairground midway the heavy ares Strawberries, Strawberries are .o great
following
morning,
I I' admits.water. Such systems are It)' McClellan finished the project. draw- Monday' Carver said. But the; When f start to eat on.,. / Just can't walt .
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,POP WAaNIR COWIlOY1: ?.,reM0 way I they, drain,,,said The pipe waS laid with'a'plow attached system will probably get, its" test"dtsrfng
...... 'I to a large bulldozers The out: the.1984 fair,
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Program .' .:. ) ,I .. I&.I rvmlrt don hv Bl
r' effort uo e uy converting
.HI AiHllterJu713O ,.M. i than in an apparent
',' 'HwM'-U.MI' "-'.\ I'" '.;:A but designed/ to ckUMify\ pelt as"*', .day, Asa mineral, peat would be subject f says that burning peat could save an' to avoid pang the severance tax.:'Ifpeat. the swamp to come other use,,
_, 10,, ftineral), making it subject to, state to I the, severance tax .which, accompany from barrels baying of mostly::" were! not classified as a mineral' such as farming? or agriculture.

.Bfl( tANp CAR WASHBnuMrxd severance\ taxes, to being sponsored] 'Williams' bill would set at 30 percent. .ed 600,000 and would allow,expand: the compeny would also be'able to' The Williams bill would provide for
oil
r- Hlfh School'tr00 Rep. Frank Williams )In the StatepMure of the value of peat mined.It i Palatka, plant.ris start operating without having to seek proceeds from the tax on peat to go ins -
/ ., A.M.,tit if and passed its first hutlte r $ ytlsOn7 it too ex- E its opposed byPe >further mining .; ." to trust fund and after five years be
.1' ,,,', yut. (OeGr (a-Pltclflc) to I ppeal strongly woould also require'anyone :
1';J', ", .. ," l t unsninvouB 'H.aJltll'ovaI.IIr..a; :,?. "' 'l5e'. : Lake Dwellers Assn. and Williams'bill transferred to the county where the
fGAY: j : Natural subcomfWb l take 'peaf out. oT swamp.I mining the swamp to restore;
,:1. I .Reiiourcca' T- w said, "t woMMhy...fer not tone tat groups in Gainesville mining occurred,,
IRADPORD COUNTYV 1 Tuesday;! f l1'''' ) "' who point to the value the land after the peat is removed., forGeorgiaPacific
tserueG--' **. A...; ) aad.Wedneaday"'t the it mined an. M OMiwheret Restoration' would mean returningthe attorney
Williams nearby
t holds title to \5,213 (die swamp in controlling after told the subcommittee -
t< Georsfa-Pacific state
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-ww > will be a hearing. Tuesdefyli ,- swamp .
stttp! ifc-- and.dry times, Wtiltanm
;" tAwmK'co UN oi< t+mmmtita:i1 i--:' 3, before the full committee, ,' airs of wetlands IntM; Santo.Fe l in both wet of water to mining so it could resume its import that the bill represent
'._-'. T; ;-.. rf ,. est;hM never been defined leptir Swamp ''In'oathe t ArpMHord and a. a contributor; toieejv 'I Unt trol..1nhelping preserve the, '". reversal of policy" for the
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Contractor Warren Stevenson and dentist Cray Flynn consult on plan for Flynn Is a 1880 graduate of the University of Florida School of Dentistry
Flynn's new dental office on East Call Street between St. Clalr and Water He has practiced for a year with Dr. Harry Gruen here In Starke and for two Practiceat
Streets and adjacent to the office of Dr. Hernandes. years In the Orlando area. Cray Is the son of Mr. and Mrs George Flynn Jr.
Tile 1,500 square foot building will have four examination rooms. An early and a graduate of Bradford High School.
July completion! li expected.Hospital Stevenson to the owner of Stevenson's Construction Co. based In Starke, '




I Administrator Hall Finally Gets Heard by School BoardIt KEYSTONE WALK-IN CLINIC

120 Lawrence Blvd. a Next Door to Dampier's Pharmacy

took administrator His demotion from principal to Hall said he has requested on' Slit because of a lack of adequate notice' I II II I
Charles Hall note but last Friday, assistant Hall said he different occasions over the past yeara of a hearing. Lab work available II I
he before the principal. When Mrs. Judy Becker X-Rays & ,
April 22, was finally received about hearing before the school board. He replaced I
school board for a hearing on his mistakes no to counseling the demotion. was allowed aI''much (time as he Arthur Gaskins on the school board,,
grievances.In prior wanted last Friday when he finally the board reversed its previous 9-2 -
a 3'-i-hour! meeting taken up Documents placed'In his personnel appeared before the school board. vote. In December Mrs. Becker Mrs. NEW HOURS'
mostly with Hall's presentation, the file. Both attorney Carothers and Supt. Casey said he acted legallyand Patricia Spengler, and ChairmanRodney (
former Lawtey Elementary principal Hall's Gary Moody, agreedthe In the best Interest of the school Hall rescinded the school 10 am -' 6 pm
now an assistant principal at attorney system in all recommendations for board's previous action dismissing
best to do is seal the file .
Bradford High asked the school since it is thing a difficult and lengthy procedure Charles Hall. Hall's hearing request with prejudice, I IalltlaFriday ,
board reinstate his principal'ssalary and asked for outside
to to have something removed Hall protested his transfer when an hearing ex-
and to seal his personnel file from file. made, and began his effort for a hearing .aminer from the state. I
which contains material critical to his a personnel on grievances April 14, 1983. The state Professional Practices I
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career as a professional educator and This entire experience is Commission, however, refused to I
The decrease in salary experienced -
administrator.The by Hall when transferred from a something I would not want to go hear the case, "saying it belonged CALL, i
school board as it had an- through again," administrator Halt before the school board. ";
to assistant principal.Hall
nounced before the hearing made no prlncipalship told the school board saying it was' Unsure of its responsibility in the ,
decision but voted unanimously to said that before his transfer, .less than an ideal situation tor' arr' case, the school board retained attorney 473..72g11/ i
wait for the recommendation of at- his personnel file contained no employee. Noting the difficulty he's, Carothers, a specialist 'In
torney Graham Carothers of adverse comments from Supt. Tom experienced getting a hearing before, education law at'$100 per hour; FrI- '
Tallahassee, a specialist in school day, the board asked Carothers
Casey, who recommended the position the school board Hall suggested a to
law."I change. Hall said Casey has change policy is needed. return to Starke to be present when I
doubt you will be as unanimous" treated him unfairly and that Caseyadded A previous school board rejected,, his recommendation is' brought Up by ,
when you get my recommendation, negative materials to his personnel with prejudice, Hall's petition for a the board. For Appointment y
Carothers said. file after Hall protested the hearing after he failed to1' show Carothers said he will have a rough r
transfer and requested a hearing several times. Hell's failure to show,. draft of his presentation, perhaps. by
Hall seeks redress for: the latter of this week.
before the school board. attorney 'Gary Moody stated, was part ;



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At Its first meeting last Thursday ,, >A ,construction atari of August 1 is : I I
night April 14, the new HealthFacilities the goal, said Administrator O'Steen. S
r Authority received Its initial Next step is for plan oeHv t o pttJ'a' ...
briefing on the upcoming $6.029 expansion to be gone over with the
million bond issue to double the size, state Department of Health, O'Steen
but not increase the number of beds, said.
of the Bradford Hospital. Project architect Is the Richey
organization of Sarasota,chosen from
For over two hours three officials over 30 architectural firms which ap- ;i ;
of the Santa Fe Health Care Systems plied. ,. S
which operates Bradford Hospital, DISCOVER GOLD !
and Bradford Hospital Administrator The hospital's request to expand by,
., C.E. (Rip) O'Steen addressed the new 16 beds, to 70, was denied, O'Steen ,
authority, created by a resolution of said, so the expansion is planned for
54 beds, the same number the hospitalnow
the Bradford Commission.
County
Authority members are local In- has. The additional beds for "' Purchase NOW for Mother's Day May 8 or Father's Day, June 19,
I surance executive George Roberts Bradford Hospital will not be allowed ; GOLD
.. the chairman; County Clerk Gib by the state as long as Union General Over $75,000 in CASH
:. Brown, County Commissioner Maxie Hospital remains open, O'Steen said. ,
Carter Jr., Starke businessmen and Tentative plans for the Bradford
Lawtey city commissioner Marvin Hospital expansion call for some and PRIZES during : .
Rosier, and Telegraph editor Bob 27,000 square feet to be added. Alt M
Ferguson. hospital beds will be in the new
quarters.
Make-up of the Santa Fe Health
Care System, which will have The present structure will 'be
ultimate responsibility for (paying 'remodeled for the administrative section -
back the bond issue, was explained to Including laboratory, storage,'
the authority.. No new information on dietary, maintenance, business office -
the bond issue, except the total medical records, and perhaps a
I amount which was reduced from $7 fitness center. ,
million to $6.029 million. was The new addition will include a new
available. Future information, .including entrance facing Colley Road, plus
r new facilities for emergency,
a feasibility study to deter **
mine I if the bond payments can be car- orating, recovery, sterile supply ri
ried, was promised however. therapy, radiology, andpublic *' S
Attorney Dudley Hardy, who is also works operations. /$25,000 '
county attorney, presented by-laws The bond issue will Include funds '4
for the authority, which were for a new roof for the old part of the GRAND PRIZE.
adopted. hospital, O'Steen said. '

PLUS HUNDREDS
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I Carter Promoted, 'Transferred to. DeSOtoBradley OrjQTHER ..PRIZES! .

D.Carter reported March 7 criminology from Florida State' To get in he running, )Just fill but 1;
to DeSoto Correctional Institutionnear University, and his master's degreein an entry form at Qur store where S
Arcadia where he has been promoted criminal justice from. Rollins Col, "La-Z-Boy Golden Opportunity Days"
to assistant superintendent. are now In progress. You'll save big';'
The DeSolo Institution is a youthful lege.A on our large selection of genuine '
offender facility with some 800 In-' Is Bradford the County native Carter, La-Z-Boy Reclna-Way| wall recliners.r y 6 k o
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mates. Arcadia is about 200 miles and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. of Starke Don't delay...La-Z-Boy Golden. i
1 south of SUrke is Hi-hours! due He is married to the former Valerie. Opportunity Days end ,goof, ?,r.laa..M4aas.t.awl.a is.a vi.rswsaa jrealdy ararro.iessi.sF iijawr
southeast Sarasota.of Tampa and an hour eastof Jean Pabst, and they have a five- r .*?uGavw M. ,asd $i cid Esy P11.a 51M f.ecya sg ax My euktrsCarrel

I month-old son, Matthew Bradley: ,
Carter attended Bradford schools, Carter Is also a former bond trustee
I I received his bachelor's degree In for the City of.starke.

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Sgt. William Padgett

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f'!'l II;f If :t tr:li 1!a:Wiipaln'''R. Padgett, son of ,\ ..: I
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t'r' i! Ii1PW1t1AI'A! L. Padgett' THE BRADFORD
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ow $ .t, i ir !; Jrith' the U.S, Air" Force Commenda- Published avery Thursday .
1 Itlon'' Medal in Hessich-OIdendorf, at 139 W. CJ Street I
West Germany. Sgt. Padgett',wife Stark, Florida 32091
,Elaine Is the daughter(William andItllk ,
as I. Thelrna MosS Force Second a... postage paid el
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Medal is awarded to'thoss individuals
f ,who demonstrate outstanding I ..Subscription flairs:
!r achievement ,or'meritorious' service
'n-traifo area: $10.00 per year
i in the performance of their: duties on
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(behalf of the.Air Force:
n6'/r/ .. Padgett is a radio communications Outside trade area: $11.00 'per year I
PIf specialist with'the 609th Tactical Control .
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Winners of state contest. In compelition'/ad week are (lt-T Tommy Crosby Tracy McKee, Vancey Miller, Raymond White Vicki Thomas
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FPA members Bradford High took their share of state contest' honors', ',1' ':Second place winners in individual demonstations. were Yancey Miller
last week at the University of Florida. In marketing and Tommy Crosby: In landscape design. Miller
In individual performances Bradford FFA'ers took two first places and demonstrated different types of containers. Crosby showed how to landscape -'
two seconds in the state Horticulture Demonstration Contest. The Farm a house. i
Management team placed 5th in the state and the Senior Chapter placed
18th and the Junior Chapter placed 23rd among 40 teams in vegetable The Forest Management Team of Yancey Miller, Tracy McRee Tommy .
Judging. Crosby, and John Riggs took fifth place in the state competition. .
First place winners in individual demonstrations were Raymond White Members of the vegetable Judging team from the Senior Chapter are
in production and Vicki Thomas in artistic design. White demonstrated Tim Dudding, Lynn Bowen Stacey Bollinger Allen Davis.
bow to make a hanging basket and Miss Thomas showed/ how to make a Junior! f FA Chapter vegetable judging team members are. Daniel, Griffis \ wffi1rnew
co..ge.Quill William Cruce, David Jones, and Brenda Griffis.




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If you're building or buying a new house, the wisest

move you can make is into a Watt-Wise home. Because

it's constructed with a combination of energy-saving

features that meet FPLs standards, so you can save

on the cost of electricity every month, every year. Just

how much you save will depend on your lifestyle and

conservation efforts.

Among the many cost-saving options of a

Watt-Wise home are: extra ceiling and wall insulation,

solar or heat-recovery units for water heating, and a

high-efficiency air conditioner or heat pump. -

Other easily included power savers are fluorescent

lighting, a microwave oven, and thermally efficient '

and Scroll Initiates at BUS... ,'. ': windows and doors to minimize heat build-up.

Instructor Elizabeth B ln'InitUtcs six new members In the Quill and Scroll ,Watkins. Allen McKinney Jim DleU, and RolandCuieman-. shown Is'In- '\bur neW WattWise home will not only

Society Bradford High..The, : Initiates are. l-r) .Michelle Klmulls. Brnmett 'itiate I Michelle Stillwell.\ I II b I t .'. ) :a hold down the cost of electricity but it will help reduce I

.tf1 't4'l1'tV1i,, .t./ W+t "' p44 'r.r nN r 6 '+"' I\! II''J ";. I .' ,"I\\t I '.I ,}.::: jl '('Fyrr ;;:'- 'Q. ;,tt' ,:dePtpdCnb! 'drt costly oil, which will benefit.

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Six Bradford 1 High students,were inducted Into the Quill and Scroll! a Emmett Watkins sports editor of the Behoof newspaper' ; ,'TNT. f;: '. I. comforting facts. about Watt-Wise, homes., l
Journalistic society, in a ceremony recently in the BUS library. Allen McKinney editor-in-chief of the yearbook:, .
Ask these haUden about cedWed W Wise bomH.
third of his Jim Dietz, editor of the school newspaper.
To qualify for Quill 4 Scroll a student must be in the upper
class academically and in a position of leadership in the student body. Roland Coleman art editor of the yearbook.
"It's something these students can certainly be proud of." says Mrs. Michell Stillwell, business manager of the yearbook. Miss Stillwell was
Elizabeth Bain,sponsor of the Quill it Scroll Society at BHS and the Induc- away'' from school on another activity and Assistant, principal Burney
officer. Winkler sat for her during the induction. BRADFORD COUNTY
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,The Inductees are A special award went to Nathaniel Coley, art editor of TNT. ,Campen Construction
students took the oath of the society while holding a lighted candle'.in
Michelle Kimutis assistant editor pf the school yearbook The Tornado. The G.K. Ely Builder "
a ceremony In the BBS library. .

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A. May 2 workshop will be devoted .surance program at the bargaining. settled out of court on a challenge by the work, with which the city RLc?
primarily to work ontthe.health In- vtable. ,'. I .the 'union to prove the calendar; is ;helped, at 35000. I=
surance program for school 'v Besides the Insurance jrogram'tobe bargainable. The union filed an unfair '''We had some hazards," n
employees, Supt., Tom' Casey. said offered by the consortium, county labor practice after the school board 'commented School Board hard the kind of want.
'Monday night,' ,April 18.; after1 the' level'administrator Charles Francis 'changed dates due to a storm.without Member! .J.T. Parrish. working at being power company you
.School Board showed, Interest in! 1 the explained a program offered through asking the union's input.

subject..Chairman Rodney Hall got'-' the which the Santa'Francis Fe Health said, Care"has group'1 some .Placed .a request for'' an 'Adult -- --- /

discussion started off by asking. potential."Francis said a group of 200 Basic Education grant on the'May 2 Butter ilk Biscuit S.
Where are we at on Insurance?" .. physicians In.the Alachua County .agenda..The project request Is due In i al oft
.? Waiting for"a .recommendation; area are proposing! to cut health care Tallahassee May 6,'said Adult Principal -J ___ with purchase I
from the Board of Directors of the' costs by. employees by filling Millard Brown.,; t 2-Piece >Snack Base
,Northeast Florida Education Consort .available hospital beds and keeping .1! i r I
tium which is expected by June t, said :occupancy up and offering favorable .. This coupon good for 2 places of tits Colonel's
Director of Business Mike Reddish.. rates good for one year. Agreed .to pay $3;:iOo for-a com- Original' Recipe or Extra Crispy,, and S biscuit fj
..-".We've got to meet'Mike for this "Chairman Hall asked School Board .puter software package to handle. the I I for only SI.19. Limit one coupon per customer. H|
to'.be'a'committee. /' said School Member Judy Becker to chair the \UK school system's financial personnel Coupon good only for combination whits/dark i
Board Member Patricia Spengler, surance committee the :school and payroll, property. and N I orders. Customer pays all applicable sales tax. I
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,referring to the local committee appointed board. Mrs. Spengler also serves on maintenance and operations records. r C OflarE .lmS/OVI3
deal with thei Insurance' pro the committee for the school board, 'The program will be paid from $10,000 1
'along with Mike Reddish and other ,in state funds for software programs; WITH TUISCOUPON $1.19
)-: administrators. -Mrs. Miller.was the Supt, Casey said.-The' programmer t
coverage provided by 'Blue' Cross -. only-teacher on the committee, she will. visit the administrative office to I IIIm
(Thlo' flood only at Kentucky
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package isn't as good as It should be, and teachers> are having to pay more 1978.,'rateaP" 'said School Board .be. available for consultation for a i -- -
'out, of their ownketa.. than,they''thiJIk Member J.R. (Jim) Lawson drawing year, at.no additional cost Supt.Casey 4FBEE s
; they should.or; 'a chuckle. Insurance companies in said. : I UM
: Since the insurance:program la" a. the! recent'past have been providingless 'Buttermilk Biscuits
bargalnable item and to keep from' than'100 percent coverage and ..Approved a basic method of with purchase; of9Piece
bargaining away from the table, higher. rates.: .assessing the .work of. non I. Thrift Box' I
.instructional\ personnel presented by
was decided Monday night that Mrs":"
I Julie Miller,:president of .the local' In other action In a routine iMt-hour Supt. Casey,as required by state law. wetN.tl.l'4 #' 0.1. pieces ol the ColoniEs Original Recipe,,. 1
teacher union the Bradford Educa. 'meeting the School Board: a or Extra Crispy, tor.. only $4.79. Limit one
.tion Association, should not serve on ",.Was told there are no longer any :sZ coupon per Coupon good only for
the eommlttee.. Mrs"Millerwas: In-, jfjidopled.a'tentative school calendar hot electrical wires over the Bradford ; ,, I ''combination.
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'yited to attend the work session and to for the 83-44 term, making certain High classroom1 buildings. Gene Tan- r yieht *yN all applicable
take r aJ't. in.. the.play,11Insurance, : fcIISCUIIIIlon. ; It was tentative because the calendar ner-said the wires have been rerouted $4.791
"i i .., is a bargalnable, item with the teacher 'I, within the $16,000 budget set. 1'.WITH THISCOUP02I
BEA, ,,plant> ?*;,?proposer Its own- jnj! :JuMo
rt. ". '" -..... ... .p' tiur: .' l I- II- (Th.i. coupon good only M Kentucky ,
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Laurie jYfldUns rose" viTants peat 'n"6"
MrS. ..a ,
tat,Thuradatat'tlWwn vice;Team .Manager ,.Under; ." 'r ; tw II 15-Pieco I
G TMrTSaout Council's Friend':* guidance the scouting program in SU"J 4 t''' .+ .
slilp Luaeritwi* and Awards Recognition s grown In number of troops and r Carry Pack: .
.. + irt Jpchaonvil1e I pnlversity.i\ .'," 'of scouts as well M in the dev opment'She Is' ilk i.And r htl r'ft:. i'i-cy.'K: ntii.5J( ,H| the truer codling program. lit of H'
I :Ot' pieces the Colonel's' Original Recipe. t
'IIThe'''ThtwiW'!be' highest honor .always willing to go the extra mile'land or Exits Qrlspy. lor.only MM. Limit onelZ
given to adult v volunteers In Girl; certainly keeps you on your toes' d I .Coupon per cue,....... 'Coupon flood only for:I|
ScottUwj It te given on merit 411 ser!/. according to all .Uus.. leaders" L" who 1"-work i combination white/dark. order Customer pays
',vide to flit girls and the icoutmg with her all applicable sales' .u.. .Oder. Ex*** I/PI/I3
n.'iacfi year the council awards: : : '? I. II
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a nu tb t of tho""" ..Io1c..reoeiyIJll, award' ,,taurte.
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&Hr..,wd. program yeanJ She I..* nr ed....;.' t..dude! o< received her .25 :year f" ,4.- Piled Chicken item limed in mie ed |
t for leader neerl120 oraU leve1 of 'SClI1titC. ai' "',tinure-ip* 'at the, Annual Council" i: I rrrr..

well a ae a tt.inet'f..drsor: and\ 4q the.:. ,Mejeting in Cocdlng.. ,Auditorium. ,. i .
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\ ,11. EPA Officiated .;, .W't{ 1J ..JJ.J"aln' r. t .J. j. r Last year Club
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taIrA'o ,. carnival *tjturday. raised S10Oll0 fronv dinner
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9 To Hide Facts About Mining, \ .,14 motol1,with ycle'OaredevilIa; ears,andthe This 120,000 year's'si,1si2ooo to Morocprt 1 Tempi-
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on the dinner with '
famous Starke Surreysand..ThreeWheeIerga ); other'
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ql local who, 'scheduled for tali! ; ;'\; .
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and pollutedwater down out* 1"oJ driyeif liras of 1901Otdumobile All profits from dinner
Now comes the shocking disclosurethat nostril : and Kawasaklthreewheeled.uMvehicles. sales go directly to'Morocco '

a Washington EPA (Environmental -, gullets. If there has to.be a tr de-off; ""..... Temple to be distributed
tal Protection Agency) official "just we'll take the govemmenteveri'H'it' -All*the'fun. festivity, and where needed. .,Several

plain lied" to Florida Senator Lawton occasionally ,does get on our backs.In hard work Is done In the children and ,teenagers In
the factsto name of helping children the Bradford County area
Chiles and "misrepresented" his determination to emasculate
whose families cannot'afford have received or are still
a House subcommittee in letters and the EPA, Mr. Reagan Was carrying out the expensive treatment receiving treatment in

testimony on a bill to ban phosphate his own "conservative" ideology, but for serums burns and Shrine hospitals, and some

.mining in the Osceola National Forest. he badly misjudged thewishespLw t orthopedic, problems. For of the local money Is used:
transportation
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This is the same EPA that President Americans who value clean water and reason--Kichard, president of Cunningham the- them pay, and their parents

Reagan remember? commended air far more than extra, dollars for Stark Shrine Club an- also lodging and meals for

for its "excellent" job in "protecting" polluting industries. In attempting to "noon es that Saturday parents while; ,their''

-I the environment for the American peo shoot down the EPA Mr. Reagan,wasr ..May 14 has beesdesignated children are... receiving.
had commended the he has done as the local medical attention
emulating same thing
9 ple. If Mr. Reagan .Shrine's annual fundraising Members of the Starke
I: Mr; Paul C. Cahill, the alleged "liar," with other governmental agencies that day. Shrine Club gladly' donate l

.r and other EPA dropouts for doing an met with his disfavor. But in these The colorful their time ,and energy to I

excellent cover-up job for polluting in- abortive efforts he has learned that the parade will always format 10 a.mat raising money" for this'
9JU dustr.es and obstructing efforts to commitment to clean air and water are Bradford Square and -' great cause. 1' .

br clean-up pollution of the environment, not partisan issues to be solved by starting promptly at 10:30 Any local unit wishing to .
he would have been much more on political manuevers. .People of all will/ proceed up Its traditional participate in this year's
olIf path, north along parade can do so by calling
persuasions have let it be
target. political 'U.S. 301 to the Starke 964-5569 from 9 a m, to 5:30:
Rep: John Seiberling chairman of known that they are willing to fight to Elementary School. p.m.;,964.7971! from I am. .
-, the Public Lands and National Parks pay for the preservation of our Morocco Temple, under' floats pretty girls at the S>u me /elementary! to 6 p.m.; or at night.
threatened environment at any and all which the Starke Club Is mounted riders,: and other School Cafeteria, for a 9648856473.4803r: '
Subcommittee of the House Committeeon
attractions. Parade chair donation of S3 per person.
costs. chartered has made Anyone knowing eligible
Interior and Insular'Affairs, made the'Starke Parade again man- man this year. is Noble Bill Dinner Chairman Charles children needing help with '
the serious "liar" charge as the committee Even James Watt, the abrasive datory for all Temple units Cruce Thornton says that tickets burns or orthopedic, problems \
I' voted this week to re-enact secretary of the Department of the In- assuring that there will be 'The traditions fried may be purchased from is urged to call one of I
legislation prohibiting phosphate mining terior, is beginning to waver in his anti- at least 50 marching Shrine chicken dinner will be serve at any the Shriner door. In advance or the above numbers for, (
Takeout trayswill '
-1 in the Osceola National Forest a' environment policies, voting to ban .units, plus many local ed from 11:30: a.m.to 2 p.m.- be available. assistance. I

o' bill which, of course, was promptly mining in the Osceola, despite Mr. .. I
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vetoed Mr. Reagan. veto. The' Atlanta office of '.-I: J.
d, by Reagan's .. ... I't'h. ,:, !
EPA has also ruled that Occidental County Agent's Notebook: By Bobby Taylor "

i Mr. Cahill, to save his hide, has Chemical Company of White Springs ., : : Br.dtordCouatyAgent .; ; I
already stepped down from his EPA cannot discharge effluent into Roaring X1,, :

post, as have many other high-ranking Creek under its existing permit. If the in'' .... ," ,-.. .;":{:at'.,:' ; I.
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bureaucrats who were interested ruling had been the other way, Occidental improvement in the weather tags malathion and diazinon provide home -
more our lawns gardens, ornamentals and tips for best results: don't spray In hot sun, I
in saving dollars for law-breaking industries would have been able to rape crops! shouki-really begin to grow. With extends vegetable growers Is Insect protection that 'or on a windy day. The best time to apply I
close
than for other streams in similar UIIB Insects and disease to harvest. This means,the Insecticide Is early morning late
WJ they were saving a manner., also begin to ap- interval between last and picking is your ,pr, I
clean water, and air for the Americans In another encouraging developmentthe pear and sometimes chemical control. very short The permitted spray time interval ,afternoon ,

masses." U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has methods need&,0.be used. shown on the label. To sum It all up unless you plan to I
Choosing an insecticide should be a decision develop enough expertise to use specialpurpose -
a For a solid year Mr. Cahill sat on decided to retain jurisdiction over many gardeners need make only Mont Insecticides are 'available as Insecticides your best bet is to I

and concealed from Senator Chiles and wetlands lands under Occidental's once) Good control of garden pests can be powders emulsifiable dusts.concentrates Follow wettable choose good all-purpose product.Toeeavailable

91 others 'an EPA study showing it was control, thwarting the company's best obtained by using one of the several exactly, mix or only the amount label directions need,. today are tried and trueand I
'7 not possible to restore the Osceola plans to mine thousands of acres of invaluable all-purpose Insecticides available at your and spray at the first sign of insect you trouble they do a good job. Use only,when
Forest to its natural state if its wetlands. garden center. Such spray formulations Make sure you get good overall coverage necessary but use your aener.lpurpoaetnI I
are designed to kill a broad spectrum of In- and secticlde exactly as described on the label. I
wetlands were mined. Not satisfied recent indicate sects. Those Ideally suited for home pay particular attention to leaf undersides You should get good results), ,
with These 'developments may use by which. are,.often,, neglected. Other very .j;,: !
that Mr. Cahill actually testified that the Reagan administrationis gardeners are labeled for use on most .r4?'
that "promising" new technology vegetables fruit crops and ornamentals I
finally awakening to the fact that the I
around the home. Once I
would you become
permit such mining despite theagency's American people want and will insiston familiar with a product and it does the Job "
own study showing the truth living in a clean environment. it make sense to standardize. Become' Surplus Cheese' Distribution ,, i iI
was just the opposite.Back another presidential. election comingup familiar with your product and stick with *" I

in 1980 Mr. Reagan won votes in less than two years, we may rest Itl! I Set for May 2-3 in County !.. '; ';/J\;

with glib promises to "get the govern- assured that what the American people What to InoVfor hi'an insecticide:: formulation ( 0 .. '. p, ,

)Iment' off".our 'backs. But he said 'want, the:American'}peoecajiyand titular Y?important Brodd-spectrum,)lecal8e.here: action. is par-are" ," 'Over"9,000 pounds'of government surplus'cheese will be distributed* bf-t' .' ,,,

j nothing .abO.lt putting.dkty.air.. .up.1f' I PiMiiwmeet.tw:.: .., Ii,....... many j clamntpMUofai/ } *halAetsr., Iiorr' 'I'',.1.l.. ,*>i'the:Suwanfwe River Economic Council,Ine:Community Outreach<:Center\..;. .. <
literally sue'fee'' jttfcfcs.'out of the1' il.nt.-'i: :' nsy ??!KS+7'""rthe'Br1dSmt eounty atwrj Monday' pixf Tuesday,'May M al the Wl .:" --.
Some eat the leaves. Some bore into the RJE school complex; 1080 N.Pine St.,Starke.:Distribution hours'arc from" '* "'
stem. Perhapstthe broadest insecticides 8:30 a.m. to 4'30 p.m. .
Local Shrine Club A Leader ,:' ont the market spectrum today are- The eligibility of applicants) to receive cheese is determined by U,S.
malathion and diazinon They control an pepartment of Agriculture monthly income guidelines. Persons 60 years
I unusually wide'variety of different insects. of age and older are eligible receive. cheese regardless of income.'. '
in Hospital FundsThe They are established, reliable performers. Bach eligible family will receive one nv..p.>und block of cheese. .
and consequently are found in many Other distribution points are as follows: '' ..
garden protection products produced by Speedvtller Pleasant Grove'Baptist Church annex,Monday,May 2,'""tf <
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went to the (Kiddie Fund used to many manufacturers. JJam.hMpm. / rt ;
pride and interest that Bradford Hampton:' Hall ,Monday and Tuesday U .
.. City! May 2-3 noon to*.::30p.
County takes in the charitable program transport children to the Greenville, When choosing an all-purpose insecticide pm. < ",
of the Starke Shrine Club is S.C. Orthopedic Hospital and to fly ,check the product label. Verify that Lawtey: Freewill Baptist Church, Monday and Tuesday. May 9.3,1)x. .-'"
reflected in the tremendous turnout for burned children to the Burns Institute the active ingredients listed are of low tox- a.m. to 3:30 p.m. >!for

the parade and chicken dinner which located in Boston, Galveston, or Cin- for icity the and plants are,fruit recommended or vegetables specifically you haveIn Brooker: Community Center.Thursday, May, 9 ..m. to 4 p.m.' .1.fiJi' :l","j," I:

highlight Shrine activities here each cinnati. On these life-saving journeys your own garden. One additional advan- .
year. These outstanding events, plus all expenses are paid for one parent to ...... '

other Shrine activities, including the accompany the child. The Kiddies A .'
a
sale of Morocco Temple Shrine Fund also pays for braces, orthopedic FORESTRIN "Those Fantastic+ B melaid8" ,;A;i/} ,

Hospital Newspapers each fall, made' shoes, wheelchairs, and similar needsof .

it possible for the local club to contribute patients. II BRADFORD Will Be"featured' at UCI Flower Sliotv

a grand total of $20,000 to the Of the remaining $7,500 contributedby II' COUNTY .

Crippled Children's burns and orthopedic the Stake club last year' $3,500 By David Nor,tori
hospitals last a truly went into' the ". Bradford] ,
year crippled children's County Foreiter: .....-- "
amazing contribution from ode of the hospital budget; $2,000 was'given for I, '

I Morocco Temple's smaller clubs. construction of the new Morocco Temple Last week-end one could not help notice The horticulture department at Union Car few of them can be grown to flower In'maturi

} Another source of pride to the com- in Jacksonville; and $2,000 went in- the amount and intensity of winds which rectional Institution has over 1,000 varieties'' they of a mall greenhouse However.
to the fund construction of the were present in this' county. With high of bromelaids, many of which will be on have been successfully grown outdoors
munity is that the Starke Club received new in the garden in climates
It
winds, particularly of tornado or hurricane display at the 24th. annual Inmate,Flower temperate where
three top awards from Morocco Temple burns' hospital- now being built in Tam- forcemany pine trees lost bran- Show, starting May 19. ,Is not too wet. Colors of the open-petaled
for its projects in pa. ches and some fell altogether. Fusiform, This year's display,- which will be held In. tubular flowers In this group predominate in
tions were for the tSShri a Clubn Last the club served dinners rust can cause.this problem.! the new Employees Clubhouse will feature, 'blue; green and lavendar, although' some
year 1,900 'have white
"Landscape Plants.and; bromelaids will be flowers,ranging from one to four
,
"Fusiform Is the most serious .
Zone 3 the "Best rust
Public on the annual parade day and this disease one of the 18 divisions to be Judged. inches in length: -
of in Florida. and ;
Information" award for carrying the year 'members hope to 'go well above saplings pines killed when Seedlings Infected Believe it or not. our own native Spanish' "Earth Stars"are bromelaids'thai bloom In
are usually
Shrine story to non-Shrine members, 2,000. The fine support?! received front and larger trees are di.Clgured'and moss belongs to the bromelald family'and has, star-shaped rosettes of many colon. They
and the "Quota Buster Award" for its the community is vital to the on-going weakened frequently resulting In an. astonishing adaptability.It has been called make Ideal house plants surviving neglectand
the character of the the shade or sun of a remarkably
plant, tropicalAmericas room
outstanding sales of the Shrine breakage and economic losses by
because of the prevent
program inflation and : being found. from eastern Virginiaon well. Their low stature suits thenvto an ap
newspaper. ever increasing demand to help unfortunate ting development. of high value forest products : the north, to Chile In ,southern South propriate'niche, on. a low. 'table. In the.living,
children { America. It Is doubtful whether room *'j.. *
Most important, of course is the con- bromejaida
'
This Important rust fungus i Ia'easy to exist beyond these Bromelaids do best in shade
can, limits: sun to partial
tribution of the Starke club to the $96 This year the, budget( to''operate the spot in the spring when fusiform rust in the Oyckla the best known bromelald'subd < ,and require good air clrculatlonrlher should
million budget of the 21 burns and orthopedic 18 orthopedic hospitals and three burn ,South develops bright orange-colored, family.hortIcultut IIY'They have been USed' be watered to keep the soil moist,and misted
.children's hospitals. supported institutes has' increased by nearly' 15 powdery spores. To see if you have a pro- effectively as indoor plants as well aa In outdoor -. regularly for,best results. Temperatures
by the Shrine throughout the million dollars over lastyear's $81.4 blew walk through your pines in the spring gardens,where they arc usually combined -' ringing from M to 82 degrees suit them best.
U.S. Since the first Shrine and watch for the orange Indicators.The with cacti and other succulents, and. ,seemto The potting medium of a mixture of fir bark '
hospital was million.
Shriners
; cannot do the job bright produced on the
orange spores thrive without any attention. sponge rock Is Ideal for bromeUids.
opened in 1922 more than a quarter of a alone '-. they must have continued galls or dying tree are usually the first All of the species being native principally to Band be fertilized once a l month by.foliar
'million. children have been cured or public support in this great program.. signs of this disease noticed Calls of vary: \ 'sunny areas In Brazil and Argentina,as well, Peters 30-JO-20, ," .
j substantially helped in these' Institutions ,The children helped are from families ing gazes ,can be' readily'observed if a as their neighboring South American countries The annual UCI flower show I'open to the '
without cost to their parents.A that.could not otherwise afford the expensive I thorough search is made of branches and, they have the ability to withstand low' public, and there Is no admission char e.The
; '' "stems. |' temperatures full light,-pure..when hours this year are: Thursday Nkty l5, from
total of 350.OOQ operations' have treatment necessary' to' : ,correct -'' Usually during March'and April millionsof transferred 'U-eultivatlonTheir ,small '12.- 9 pm' May 20, 9 ..m. to 9 p.m.;
been performed in all of Shrinedom's .injuries or birth defects. powdery yellow or'orange spores are :flowers are generally yellow. or orange petals ;and May u lrom.a.m.to!n.m. %".will be
i. 21 hospitals, and almost 6.5 million I If The'Shrine makes 'no distinction-, .i produced by the fusiform shaped galls on .fused 10.10' tubular cup. .." posted to direct visitors to the new lp1oy ees
physical therapy treatments have been sex color creed.: the pine treesTheiM spores are carried by |*.uy S area, initially. ,quite. large plants I and ;Clubhouse on Ktghwsy West at *) e prison.
race or 'I'heOnlY requirement the wind for king distances! If they contact ,,"
given. In 1982 almost 15,000 applications is that 'a child Heeds'help. receptive oak leaves and the temperatureand LETTERS_'. i iL. ij'J/ .

,. were approved by the 21 that his or her parents cannot afford., i humidity are favorable, they.germinate M
hospitals. Several of these applicants, The wearers of the red-fez and their .n4 vto.. >,1riaJiPo2 ,are ,, ,M.. I rtoPE'jS1i, fo/1:" ear 1've had a 3 yera .old f + sets'
presently receiving treatment. 'are'. medical colleagues do the rest. That carried there!prod\J'... .:.. arai? it W1iaC"fs'i trits wortld' comintot I i ft t"i'sad' : April $a Id
wind to succulent male
by the bull
; young c
from Bradford County. you have helped in this program is a needles or growing shoots of pines. If conditions day when you ean'teven have a doc ill, caught, sh..
Of the $20,000 contributed locally to' great comfort to the Shriners, and they favorable they germinate and your own yard without som4o having the, for omeooe to do I t

Shrinedom programs last year, $13,000 nope that it is to you,alsoj develop,producing visible swellings! on the! "- .y ur e $MIe w(,"Y P." .ad'4aliileli0e breaking for,'the] w theirs
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; stems or branches' within a few months. if'left ." '1' ..
Unattended fusiform 'rust will eventually -< \ on 1 4 B.{h9i! .add in WII th. i j %H, *J s
kill the tree If you spot a jjroblero r. .. (' t The t.who ti thta stud
-- ... consult yoylrforeeter. fW control .. think how IM y and tlMto
;,-.. ,. ; Infection*.. ttranob( Swelling with.r
Under normal ,: forest conditions, spores closer to the stem thin four ineMn'! feelpIt aasIgae( stale thai
mechanic',tooMtroi.OK' each tree Is not ,may have already' infected the stem; H doSS
practical but few" ,high-value trees can: :' further SMJ*! fo-fW
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Brenda S. ,
Wllilngham .
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jfJbh1 ,NkliMiflibtgement! } $' t Jft'E : '10.' 'l .1\.1' t d., "'Is ; I ; f a I r r# .trRlo.ra i':!a .. ,a !
Engagement ToldMr.
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The SOcial Side and Mrs. Roland Stern ,an- .
Brenda Sue WHIingham daughter
*' igo n ee rsheip age( .
of Mrs. Mary Sue Willlngham and the h M'Yt, : s ilblbgl .ieh9btdpdlpir.pt
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late Guy M. Wllllnghew-of Brooker. I, / daughter Ronda to Curti Crawford
{ and .RaHdS.ll. tihairf'sW' t.
Gary Pitt o ti'Of', Thei of Crawford
; Gkulll.Mo : son ,Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
James JWrney.fitlman and, (9 hit BtePtttmgnPor'LakeBu ? ,
\ .f...,. .". I I'oJKlngsley' Lak. I ;'
Patricia will 1 planned
is'
The Julyat
dr ;3 31v blinlUsd I i I.l Baptist Saturday, June)I:, '. IJ 1 Soci4ttl,, .EditiW..14!''': : ; : R p.m.wedding In the Kingsley Is Lake for. Baptist
: Broriker/ Church. j .
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., Church.
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l'h/t f bride elect BradfordSchool. "
/ attended News
t ,1111 ,Pfl+.1608'''tr! yy:l'L\ The bride-elect graduated from the ,
II" tit The prospective grobntjhttended
", I. Jacksonville Beach Stenotype Institute -
r i' : Union County High School ;; Iti'( : ', t: : c f'W ., as a court reporter. Mr. I
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I All friends and relatives are invited. 97
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Crawford 10 a fireman at Starke in theEMT
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to 1)) 11 I It"\ ; 11,0
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Brenda WillhagdaM r' r7 ''n.r,1! 1,1., :,<4'I.\ < I It 11,I .. 'All friends and relatives ire Invited I

I ,. ..."i"1 ) .. I ri.! '.'..." '1,..". j ', oJ", '. to attend., Ronda Stern
I"" Ir 'i j'I''i Curt*Crawford I
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Anita Green, 'fi.ft i"'11 Patricia Qutoito, '(:' ) Women; :"J:: 'i Rummage) Sale,.May 4 ,Western Steer Steak Mothers Day"Pancake Breakfast

Dale.Wilcox fy',Amos: Williamson"regagement Fashion Show and Tea At Woman's Club ". Tickets for the May Breakfast'scheduled' sponsored by the Kiwanis Club ;of;
.. .. for Saturday, May 21,at Starke Saturday May 7. at the Bradford -
',To Weird. Saturday ''f:] The Stark Woman's Club will\ have
,. ,' '! Bill, Wilson chairman, at the breakfast will be held from 7..m. tilt r
: The>weddlng'Miss- Anita Green lrM>r1. and Mrs. James W. Quiette of .' ''The United Methodist Women will a rummage sale and bake sale Friday Chamber of Commerce office:: ,at $4, pm. Tickets will be S3 for adults
.and Dale Wilcox will take place Satur-r Starke': announce the engagement of :hold'-a Mother-Daughter tea' and the ,club May house.0, starling at"8:30: a.m. at each. $1.80 children. '

day, April 30, at 7:30 p.m. In the First their'daughter,Patricia Ann, to Amos, i fashion show 1, starting Tickets are available at Starke
Fellowship Members asked 'to take donations
with '. .. at 3 p.m in the Hall. ere Mother's, Day Breakfast Power Jones Funer.1Home
Presbyterian Church a reception Williamson son of; Mrs. Janle; i Equipment-
for the sale to the club house the' .
following In the! 'i church,Fellowship Williamson of Newport,Tenn.: ,'?;' There will be prizes games, food, Wednesday and Thursday previous at To Be Hold' Denmark Furniture Co., and 1
Halls The wedding will take place in entertainment and fellowship. Century 21 Real Estate. i
;1 All friends and relatives are Invited September. Members, daughters friends and 9:30: a.m.The Proceeds from this breakfast go to "
club executive board will meet Pancakes and coffee
sausage juice
to attend.Showers. guests are invited. and to Bradford
Special Olympics
Wednesday at 12 'CJOII.t the will 'make the for the
.' ,, May, up menu High School Key Club.
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',' ., tr 1 Marie Siemer Honored With Retirement Luncheon

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"' ,. ,. k1 Mr. Marie Siemer was cornyalimented Maintenance Officer at the'Depart a gold chain with five Add-A-Beads as
at : end of then; table. Mrs Ed at a retirement luncheon ment of Military Affairs at Camp a memento of the occasion. I
t Mrs. David Wainwright Strube one assisted in serving. : Wednesday April 20 at Western Blanding .after 30 years at that poe The 16 attending included the officers -
\ Honored at Baby Shower The hostess presented the honoree Steer Steak House given by Mrs. tion. wives and secretaries from the
Mrs. W. Robert tables covered
Donald Rardon and The U-shaped were
i{ Mrs. David WainwrIght and son, .with memento a diaper of the bag occasion.and diapers as a Ward Sr. with lace cloths and held several pink Post.Mrs..'Siemer plans to move to High

Adam, were honored .at a stork Mrs. Siemer retired April 22 after silk 'flower arrangements.. The Springs in the near future to be near
', shower Thursday night, April 14, at Open House Held being secretary, to, the State. honoree was given a pink corsage and her two daughters and their families., r

( the home of Mrs. Don Patray with co- For Newlyweds

'! hostesses Mrs. Gary Mrs.Brewer Lennard, Mrs.Register.S yyrro0 Mri'and Mrs.. Richard, Roberts, who A' -' Hospital 'Officials ,Attend New 'Orleans Conference .

Drives, Mrs.Keith Tetstone and Mrs.Hank were recently married, were honored

Kyle. won the for with an Open House Reception Sun- Attending the 46th annual assemblyof Also attending the many meetings .meetings covered many other topics
Mrs. Mike Sexton proze day afternoon, April 24, from 3 to .Sp Y the Southeastern Hospital Conference were Mrs. Carlisle Mrs. Stephensonand pertinent to good health care.
'i the game that was played., .m. at the home of Mr and Mrs.Drew .. in New Orleans April 18-20 Mrs. O'Steen. .
The refreshment table was covered Reddish on Debra Street. -" ,. ,were Al K. Carlisle, chairman, boardof The theme of the assembly was Over 440 exhibitors displayed the
i with a lace cloth and centered" with Mrs. Reddish greeted the guests at Ramona Crews directors: ; (Joseph Stephenson "Health Care Perspectives '83"' latest medical and technical products:
\ white candles. The ,cake booties wasdecoratedwith and the door and presented them to Mr. Jon Prltchelt member, board of directors and covering such topics of special In- with the newest hospital furnishings.Mr. .
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blue
.' baby and Mrs. Roberts their parents Mr.; chairman Building and Grounds terest as Hospital Boards Responsibilities -
I '" the rocking horse theme was' carried and Mrs. D.M. Hale of Lake Butler committee; and C.E, O'Steen Administrator the Emerging Role of O'Steen was a member of the
Ramona Crews
out In the napkins plates and cups. and Keystone Heights and Mr.. and and Chief Operating Officer Preferred Providers and the effective panel which judged the three best exhibits -

1 honoreea Among mother the 23 attending and grandmother was the. Mrs:George Roberts Jr.; of Starke. Jon Prltehett : all of! Bradford Hospital. Corp. Hospice program. ''The three day .
The guests were Invited into the dining -
To Wed 6
Mrs. Maurice.Edwards, Jr. and Mrs, room and back 'porch for May
Lois Long. refreshments. The dining table was .
Malcolm H. and Jessie Crews an
covered with a white 'Flowers of the of ''their
Mrs.Gene Melvln I 'China" tablecloth. and off-centered nounce daughter,'Ramona i engagement L. to Jon W.-Prit- i

Shower Honoree: with an exotic arrangement of mixed chett son of Marvin Pritchett and fifty Forfuni
wild flowers and with yellow _' rs
';,{.' : greenery Barbara R. Montpetit of Lake Butlers
daisies. The refreshment table on the Miss Crews is Lake Butler resin
;M,.: Gene MelVin was honored at a, a
back held an'oriental arrangement '
porch
dent is in Gainesville, and
employed
stork: shower Monday night, April 18, '
of mixed wild flowers and,
!}. ,..1 _W.9 MlIt.bel1ow.day lili... Is a graduate* ">> Union CountyHigh! !
't.JM'9 greenery .
rgink School.: .. ; _
J. i .J"'h '
\ II. $
."nt:> Poumng:'{Mtnohi werre.MrsVernon'dotsuasssl y. \\0. "
.,4at Jon : .. :..
i t ,..* WWVW and.T-Mrs..- n. r Mara?BalG i'Bake4t1Uaslil- *;nd(#'".II"M-seasplea tJaWa.Jt. .Gounty ff., '" ''' ',
M...,Tommy Reddish .
School, Lake City Community
the home of the, latter in,, Conerly Mr. andr Mrs Roberts were* '
and a student at the University of .
4 i> ,Estates. presented with corsage and bouton- Florida and is employed j by Pritchett couUff in
Two were played and prizes we put a cur '
,I'awarded',;'f games followed by the serving of nlere of wild white dogwood and tiny Trucking, Lake Butler: .
pink rosebuds and also a crystal serving ,The wedding will take place May
table waS covered
refreshments. The cloth and centered dish ,as a memento of,the occa- ,.t 7 p.m. in the First;Christian Churchof .
with Army/Navy
( sion., ,
u Lake Butler
with an arrangement of pink the Hosts and hostesses for the party A reception will follow Immediately g rage.

1., 1 The 3S guests Included were Mr. and Mrs Bobby Biggs, Mr. after the wedding at the' church. JOYr
;\ honoree's mother* Mrs.. Ben Moxley and Mrs. Tom Casey' Mr. and Mrs.Jim fellowship hall.
i' I and mother-in-law Mrs.. Cecil Melvin, Reddish Mrs. Joan Chitty Mrs. All friends and relatives are invitedto

;j .ofBrooker.p Thehoatessee. presented the' :Linda Johns and Mr. and. Mrs. ,, Drew attend both the wedding. ,and1' the
Reddish.
I! honoree with a baby stroller .as a reception : ..'
f of the occasion. ,
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\}' ', Mrs.' David"Carter irk I.Cflcln') i u
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f\\,"I\Jf: Honored. at Shower .
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I ': SL: Edwards, Church 'Hall
,(: entertained at 'a ,
11-.1 stork show last Thursday night at 0' US.30:: >{ Starke ,t,1: i .

)., ti",';! .her Mrs.home David at Carter.Kingsley Lake.\honoring- Neva mtatsslon" beginning May &' : 3, 1983 1 1', r

.4. One game with a prize was enjoyed ,Monday'& Wednesday"" 1:30 p.m, 2:30: p.m, 1Tfl _-

( by refreshments the 10 guests were after served.which The Tuesday, &,Thursday' 8oop.m.7:00 p.m _

.t 1" .refreshment table covered with a 'r6 !weeks $24.00 J x
: 'IIF" ''' held
white linen cloth with lace edging
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.,'fI" a white sheet, cake'decorated with Wear i toed pair iii.l'tennis. shoes & !bring a towel I

1t'1 pink, and,blue stork and' baby accessories. ,> Pit Kultor Instructor CPU rwUflul f.rJt JTV9R71 .

iJ.0n1r .A.. crystal punch bowl was, i ,
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Elisabeth Terry': their cousin, Mrs klUie r 'Camr? and ; //t{3 'if ef.v! Pr.ff..q.. .l : r W '< :

.., phone 782-XMW daughter of Jacksonville on Tueeday; i s.rl ruaiFllNt;reds April 25. Theiiall&n
,. Mr*. Robert Lee attended a'Postmaster' ,Wi prlt .1993'Ni''+.1 Nl1, "Veek t +th f John
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES jra binsnrOSlod'of'ttle'daq'the aylddid: Tye wasMUow.of
Training meeting at Balloon Launch Day, ..&...
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'Graetr''tJ\1IUd''MlttlodlatcftnttI\ 'Ocala Tuesday and Wednesday of last :faeuJry;
had their monthly Fellowship Dinner week. and students of LawU-y Elementary Jacksonville Thanks'.co B.lifiilow for
Sunday, April 24. After dinner, thoM Friends of Mrs: Jack Bates regretto School launched approximately 100 returning the Cl\rll.\ "
enjoyed singing familiar learn that she has been a patient in balloons! cnool sewed
hymns With Lamar Priest Jacksonvillesince .lpllefJ1ll't"the! ail
accompanying 'Riverside Hospital hadsurgery t Rt: }L ''v is the balloons had CItied\ to the .: $ In the.
deem on hl guitar, tl| f It) ., last Sunday, April 11. She ., '5jr \ Y9'4Ut 1 '
with of students staff'and r 4t N
rf strings name ,
First Baptist thuVcfr:: \ Mrlhtlrf blr- Our f
Monday rfp' lroett\entary :lke tojltjiank
thday get-together on' Sunday \lght, prayers are with Iwr.Mr-and Mr, "; : f ,'> anyohe lac\l finding t11v.1Ut;! ft'info.rba Io iontasking(o-Veaoe:!!' !q]:! ; '*C'orid ( Bank,,Jf tarjl* for
April 24. A good crowd attended the Hermie Kelly visited her on Tuesdayand r t t, donating the tot the ,billoons
party and enjoyed the fellowship and Friday. .returq the card: 1t. Lawtey; Elemen..1. jj jjfhe :thereby conti helium l to the success of
fine food,i H } Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Wry. ,, t loathe first> Baltoon,JUunch. at

'P Raorr: 4>: !Uf; 3 *.4! (I? "_ were son ,and Friday daughter-in-law overnight guest Mr.of their and 1 .school I rectitvejl'the.i' first card(njBIRTHS | *%. :a'wtey. ,. ,.'rr"* ., tt ..MT.lfnT'Curia 1< :-!

Fred Moore of Homestead and his Mrs. Reggie Norman of ichtuckneeSpringa. : : .
daughter, Miss Pam Moore, of .T" -

Gainesville, spent the Easter, Doug Roberta of Fort Lauderdale .. .
weekend with his mother Mrs.,Fred visited his great grandmother Mrs. \ Ellen GrlffUMr.
J Moore. The Moore family was Easter Rossle Reddish Monday and Tuesday- andJ MralEddU: Grlfns of,
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom of last week.: Orange Park announce the birth of a
Casey. After dinner, Fred Moore and Charlie Mosley and I DeWayne and daughter, Carla Ellen born April I In
daughter Pam, took his mother Mrs.. Jeneen of Highland were Sunday din- Orange Park Memorial Hospital. She<
: Fred Moore to Mr. and Mrs. tutckMoore ner guests of his In-laws, Mr. and Lawtey .Youths Receive Scholarships. joins a brother} Eric' ",{Andrew.' "' ', Griffia,
and family' home In Mrs. LonnIe Teston. Stuart O. Pauley, Iftand Edward D Crews of Lawtey were the rttent: .recipient .', age 2. .
Hollywood, Fla. where she spent a Mrs. Helen Robert of Fort Lauderdale of four-year college scholarships! presented by the-U.S. Army, / a..mak'.v.aJ1dP 'are Freda
week. Then she had her first flight visited her grandmother Mrs. Crews and Pauley were selected on the basis of a "whole person" concept of .' Griff i*and Edward Griffis'of Lawtey
from Ft. Lauderdale to Tampa Resale Reddish on ,Wednesday until valuation which encompasses, academics, leadership potential physical condi Maternal. grandparents. .are1 Mrs
where she spent a week with her Friday of last week.: IIonand attitude. ,. Alan Eugene Crawford, ., Mary Green oj Stark, ,and, John'KuineSr
sister Mrs. Jewel Wade. Mrs. Ann Mrs. Peggie Roberts>> of Jacksonville Both BUS seniors plan to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville and \ : ofKenneP 1'1k '.
Andrews of Wildwood brought her visited her sister,Mr.J.C. Tye, [major In engineering; : '' : '-1': 'r ;;;, :Mf. and Mr. Randy E. Crawford oil :. .
I home Wednesday. Sr. on Friday. They' ate lunch at Crews Is the son of Mr. and Mrs:Edward D, Crews of Lawtey. Pauley. |is the. son Lake Butler announce the birth of a $ PRuf lrool6p;
Mrs. Toulou Gordon came home Western Steer Steak House honoringher of Mr,and Mrs Grady M. P.uleJ>, also of J, wtey. .* : '" 'son, Alan Eugene, born April 19 inShands Mr. and Mr i; Paul T.,Cooley Pi''
Saturday. April 23 after being In sister' birthday. ;V --i iCommunity Teaching" .HqspUal 1 >J.4. ,;Lawtey announce the birth of a eon
Bradford Hospital for a.week. Our. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lawson of | i Gainesville: ;,Kenn.tliLPaul, boni*April 18 In.
prayers are with her. Brewster, Ohio drove their motor Eliabeth ; Maternal grandparent are Mr.. and >Memoral, ) Hospital Jacdsonvllle.: ;; :
Wafkes
We are happy that'Mrs. May bell home down on Saturday and will ;NeWS. by Mrs Mathew GrifCls. Maternal great / grandparents"reM, and''
Norman came through her surgery In spend sometime 'with their friends; phoness4-espy, .grandmother .la Mr*: (Loulse.BeU. ,,, all Mrs.. ;:Josepfi. Longino and great
North Florida Regional Hospital in Mr. and Mr. Lester Walker and Mr, NEW CLARK CEMETERY of Stark. grandmother is MIT. Thelma Chase,,
Gainesville okay on Monday and we and Mrs. John Steele. All interested ones,''those who have Mother's Days May 8, on Sunday. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and. all of Jacksonville: Paternal grandparent -,
are looking forward to her 'return Mrs. John Steele Is a patient In the: mothers come on outlet's clean; up The cemetery is located: on the Steel Mrs. Kenneth Crawford of HamptonLake I *are Mrs. Pochette Cooley and
home in the near future. Our prayers Starke Nursing Home and has been' and decorate Saturday: May 7. .., Mill ,Road. Paul. K. Cooley. ,,both of Jacksonville. ;
with her. :
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are for a month. Our prayer! are '
Mr. and Mrs. Max Newport of her. 1 .. ,.. -
Orange Park visited Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mr*. Clyde '!'Wainwright and her "On Salw", '
McClellan on Saturday morning mother, Mrs. Wilbur O'Hara of Bar- NEW Thur ci./do1!
April 17.Jennie. tow visited Mrs. Wilma Wainwright, [r4EE'GLr': ,
Boch of Gainesville spent last week while Mr. Q'Hara was in 1.tJ'N _" ft Saturday
the weekend with her grandmother North Florida Regional Hospital, tnw. PffCESI. _
Mrs. Daisy Boch, Gainesville., Our. prayers ./are "with( ,

w grandmother. and Mrs., Mrs.Phil Nellie Eunice Wilkinson.Mr. of Lake. him.Chief and Mrs. Gustafsonand 47"% : : *\ < '
Sand $ iviup .to j
City were Sunday dinner guests of family of spent the t1

their parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Harold weekend with their parents, Mr. and I ," "I.,,,,_,
Eunice Dobbs and their Mrs >( .'
Mrs. Bill sister, ; \ '
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Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr. 'John Butler of Gaipes ville. : I. i.," '!\ .'f
visited their mother; Mrs. O.J. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts left April,; ; -k k :.J :-4.1
Boyette,Sr. of Lake City on Saturday., '1$' to go' to Steinhatchee deepsea, ,..i
Friends of Does Higglnbotham fishing..They returned on Wednesday ?' .
regret to learn that he Is patient In April 20.vThi* trip was for their 21Stwedding. ,
Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville. anniversary. On Friday &&&
Our prayers are with him. His wife night, their son and daughter-in-law. *
Mrs. Hester Higginbotham and her Mr. and Mrs.i Dennis Robert and : -*
t daughter, Mrs. Helen Shuford and daughter Shawna had a cookout in
daughter, 'Nancy, visited him. on their home In Lawtey for them.They ,
Saturday afternoon. spent the weekend with their parents'Mr. 1ti II- 4'' ,\
Mrs. Connie Mosley and children of and Mrs. Ed Roberta. tY r7 WIMNHNCVP : 1 '
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Maxvllle were Saturday overnight Col. and Mrs. William Wilson L/ILlaG
guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. celebrated their mothers Mrs. Mabel

Harold Eunice. Boyette's;, birthday on Sunday, April
Mr and Mrs..Hermie Kelly visited 24. _

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Sp4 and Mrs: Raymond DeVoe, Jr. daughter, Mrs.'Foster Shi Smith at \1
I were reeenfvlsltors'' of'.hin'parantsui. l.U1e rrbome II W..MjldIlota....}' JtffrWiW tfnnUMlmaHfH yi1la! treat i i A1o iwll s +
Mr and Mrs:Raymond Dev e. Sr. of few close friends and. family *a.ve 13:27ydttt : prw 1 j eitfj taMtmt J s4tto' brtd relit
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Starke. They returned to their home members.
in Stair S.C from which Specialist + ire.ba.te _
DeVoe will return to Germany May 5. Mr. and Mrs. Carmon Mane of bb .- '
Lakewood Ohio were weekend guest roan. it
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Reddish will of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas. SpBmcrskb .SPECIAL

spend the weekend with their parents WAS 24.8S ___ flcoer WrTM BEBATB PURCHASE!'.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish in Starke Barney McRae Sr. celebrated his L
and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wynn In 83rd birthday Saturday at a family ...r>-BPCBOBOXPAMHflV4nipcl ,r NTH n LB.OHANUUUI GHLQWtOf. q1 -EM'8 CASUAL JEANS
reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. front and bask (pan W.Olin MTU*M&Mr.see mien.- I
\ Keystone. MWy arifl 8-wofl t* d.. ( -Moth..e pory/ MIIwW. WMtam took*
Jr. in Lake with ormutalK wYrrlmba pooL..Mtary vvmto.i .w.lw
: Barney McRae City 'POdablrti, et AD.IESi; Jumbo 75 lf>. oeman.r.i .
J Mrs. J.M. Blachshear: of Kingsley approximately 23 attending the din-
Lake and sister-in-law Mrs. E.B. nero i; "
Work of Casselberry visited Mr. and i;,'".
.. Mrs. W.M. Blackshear In MonMr.. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
tgomery, Ala last week. spent the weekend at their'camp.In
.' the Ocala Forest. .. ,_ *
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Linda Bakken of the Bradford AT*
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Hospital nursing staff attended a
seminar on Disorders of the Heart ToM.*tMoy4 "\ .
Friday and Saturday at the Holiday' \
Inn at Jekyll Island, Ga. W.T. Week chapter,U.D.C. 'will
meet at the home of -.Mrs., O.L. vBesiil
Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins' Haynes Sr. on Wednesday May.4, at t
.returned Monday from 10 days camp :3 p.m. "/.
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\ \ son, Gerald D. Griffis of Camp Blan'Dlal.'APrayer' .. f' 'Choice 3 V+ l8 a -
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ding were given a surprise Joint birthday 9644712 wAs 1.34 .tirt WAS 7.9s WERE 89.; :: > WERE 4.94MMt } '
dinner Saturday at the home of TEXACO ATM,QUART ,ALUMINUM/ SAND CHAIR BOUNTY TOWKLS
KNIT SHIRTS
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conway with ap. .For Spiritual. Uplifting, Aulomatto mnxMulon DuM j if'TubuUr aiumMunv tram*wMh M.tMorlwil la band / _..eoow mod!ai wo%., I I 1 r
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,, '"onnerBHS footballer Rowland Camming Just finished) a walk-on spring Wednesday. In Gainesville. GHS' ting good pitching games in a row
wait the Florida Gators and, made some headway impressing vouchs {In + (16-16) and Live Oak will be playing. good enough to win it with the hitting i''
Gainesville.! Kenny Clark is at (he Atlanta Braves extended spring! training v l i A Tornado win Wednesday pushed we'ye been getting," he said during
camp In Sarasota working( on hitting'with the likes of former major htaguerMUt Bradford Into the semifinals at Perry practice Tuesday. "We're going to tl
turn and Bill Goodge ended his two-year stint and KWI Allen his first Field Thursday. Bradford which have to score some runs."
season. of baseball,over .f St. 'John's Community College.: finished the regular season with a 9-13 "This year you can come for the
;aThe Cummings story' first.: ''After 4 years In the Army o. .a drill ,team mark would play 2nd-seeded Santa first three innings and see what we're
member Rowland! decided I to get back Into football and finished! the, Spring.. on Fe ((16-6), a team BUS twice upset 1-0' going to do. If Its 0-0 we can win the'
the,,4th team as .outside: linebacker with the ':Rowland played end and offensive guard and was a tough competitor for noon on the UF campus. Top-seed four runs we're In trouble."
IU,'''Tornado coach David llur recalled when asked about Cummings! Tues Buchholz (15-7)'will) play the winnerof 1
day."He's a yer/responsible Individual and dependable. He wagon our real the CHS Live Oak game. Finals Broncos Bust BUS... I
good 1076 team and senior year was 77. ." '* : ,' are set lorI\ p.m. Friday night,at In the final regular season game of
\ .'."bey'... very pleased with him) over there; I was down there at a clinic andcoach g1Mt' Perry Field. the year last Friday Mlddleburg's.
Pell mentioned him to the whole group of coaches and coach !'Inelluld, Eastside. which upset Gainesville heavy-hitting Broncos bounced BHS
he'd, probably start on kick return teams." .' 'y ,' ,. ,' e High 10-5 Saturday, closed the year 101. The only BHS score came on a
'tAt.M 2Riroucan bet Camming will be moved, .ujKlose- :. .WM>? tr iUni, with a 12-6 loss at Crystal River Mon- ,5th Inning home run by senior John
table! and. tojcf to chow down..t"+ : ", day and brings a 10-21 record thearea' Bennett, his 4th roundtripper, of the
; Tornado toacb Mike Hartley, shown Here talking with Tornado players worst 3A mark* Into Wednes-. yedr. ,
: : : : : I > Rick Welch and Shane Johnson, views the district tourney this way day's game, Jason Bennett Robert Carver '
<,..:wiUi the.break of baaeb '. Grapefruit, Season ti'in Florida list'mon ) >I', think 3 Tornado coach Mike Hartley said ,Mike Waters and Randy Alvarez. had 1
Clark moved from the Braves spring home in West Palm Beach to an extended .. ( "Idon't we ,can count on getting Tuesday he'planned to throw Doug the only other BHS hits.
spring camp In Sarasota and is getting intensive work on his hitting.. '. j': real good 'pitching ,;games in a row,: good Samons (3-3 with a :2.28 ERA) at the Sophon! .ore Gerald Brown took the' I
.
,KennyT*not sure where he'll b assigned after the batting institution: though I< Rams Wednesday and with a win, loss,going the distance on the mound
he till...hopes of moving up to class A Durham Of the Carolina League' ,. enough to win It with the hitting we've been come' back with Richie Fender (.... but only 4 of the runs were earned and I
making: the South Atlantic League's' South Division all star team playing with' ; getting. We're going to have to score some 3.05)) against Santa Fe. Jimmy Middleburg which came into the"'" '
i Anderson,South Carolina 'last year/!/Anderson! I Is also an flub but Durham,is Schoening (2-2, 1.64) is available for game with over 20 home runs, was II
step tip Kenny says.. ; : runs/ relief! .held to a hits.
*,,'!leei like 1 I could go up to Durham!If my hitting conies around," be'offered' ,
t in 'phonIf f'ODVCl11a.tion that broke hhQ'away' Irem a.batu", lesson with
former Brave Lam ("lbls Ia the fint timq I've really hd somebody work With :: for Footballs I
} nut on bltUIII..Tbey re using vldoWapa} ,"PIt tMlintJ to. 'imptova my ,wine.!! I : qt)5 Players 'Expected Qui Spring ,
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waa-uB1nl .much. top MMI. ::. .
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.Il"M:.t g.label's goodga's"tworeak JUCQ e Jeeai'm.* to an early end?'. -,?I ') 'he' USFL 'Tampa Bay Banditswon't '. bit of difference for,ua,' BHS head season," he figure "I, think they'vegot ...............,........
became academically Ineligible.the Vikings seaoori./ wound to a closer' | -; be the only team pitching foot-' coach David JHurse'said Tuesday- something like 26 returning Present '9th through 11th 'gradersire
is shame tuobecause: tithe former Tor.rtde ball-pounder-walt, ., .J hitting at' a.384'. :;brills, around and hitting\ blocking,'* "Because we went down to 2A, we juniors (seniors vnet', year) who expected out for practice Monday
1 ." clip,:'number two on the club, with 6 homers and 301181's.A ,dummies ". come Monday as' high' don't have to play the schools that played together.as an undefeated ight alter school. Coach Hurse will
; slat mart in Miami that.keeps up with, Florida' JUCO averages said schools u> Florida open Spring prac have really' outpertonrtelled us'the grade team. They're the ,class of the |>e going down to the middle school
Go averageand82ndinHBIs.r odge was ranked;,18th"-:In (he::,."Ute'' .V1 talented" "junior, 7 college.. ',ranks, .in'.' tice.Tornado 'X; last few'-yean. You take out the district.'' Thursday morning, April 28, for a talk
: coaches are expecting 60) Palatka'a, the Buchholz', theGainesville' ,with 8th graders planning to play 9th
hard to tell if his academic troubles i spell the' of Coodge's baseball to be improved'over
:I1 It's end to 6$ players out Monday afternoon ., and you're taking away Hurse figures BHS grade ball In the fall. They will have
cstear, or if 4- school or, pro drafters might still take,a.chancawtth, Tornado teams of recent :
year ;, with BUS hitting the field around' 3p.m. some good football teams. it least 3 practices a week for 3 weeksin
t hits..: for the first of three day of ,seasons. |I I"We've the Spring he said. ,
,j' workouts in shorts, State rules forbid In the Tornado football district will
got more kids who can "
Meanwhile Allen finished his freshman season as an outfielder and spot just 1M3 IHS Schedule
full gear and contact,until after: three be keystone Heights, Union County. this Everything is shapingup
; pitcher with .288 3 home and 13 RBIs. play year.
a average. runs .practice sessions Interlachen Clay High .and better.We're going to baa little bit t.pt f,Macclonny (H)
used Scott In the outfield part time and he also pitched some,and Hawthorne. BUS still will play 3A '
I la Heights
workouts at Kvytlon .
.S.pt
help A month of will culminatein bigger and if we can keep everybody
I ,us." said Viking coach John :Tlndl.,,..V/'/, ;: i'.; the, Spring jamboree. Again the rivals St;Augustine and Midcleburg! 'we'll have more depth'anel experience Sept. 23 Jupar (H) ,
and has added class 3A Lake Weir togo
',.. '. ; :, ""Tornadoes 'will go'to Palatka this;: ; Sap t.30 '
:
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; *4v (.,.. :", .'year, with the jamboree set for Fri-'"' with 7 class 2A games. ; Oct. 7 at St. Augioiln
: Sti Y in starting:. ','Hurse said Interlachen figures to be.StTlhe "We have to have more Oct 14 at Union County 4
night 27
; day May Palatka
i '4'.W t;};;s SiHiefc 1:h oWon Mper.wanted to extend A thank you to'the city ... -at ,.7;3Q-..;The ,.Tornadoes 'wUi'', plajruViie l team to.. .beat if BH3: hopes l tq get,"iexpertencev': he added, ,with a Oct. 21 Cloy. High! (HC) "
.n' crew that krorked qa t MSJfagk 'and all the Voiuntpjr* wi&,s; ar
| hales / ;
t 'r5 '. >" r & :_ ,..... .. .. sf
#and wort to titan jm Biviua"S > I' :iiJof..l." f ; Nov take Weir' (HI);
'if ' .1 < '' N Part! of the Interest of this apring'thd : L.t; .:;'r I ,,''The Interlachen game (October 28 year 'we didn't have .anybody leftover Nov. 1'I ol,Hawthorn* 'y
I. profuse to MS Principal McKinney. .at home) will ,be the key to ;our '
< And I need to extend a apology fl Dewey fact that BUS Is heading into its Nov. 18 at Middloburg/
.
In the pictura of the finish-line timers prom the Invitational I identifiedDewey first year of football as a class 2A -L1 I
as "Danny',,I'm not 9Gwe! !|"ye Over gotten',your*! rmme right have IDewey ,school State reclassification has:
? dropped the Tornadoes into class 2A:,

.. Also.'Jet's'n nt'lmthat\ er'a atlll plenty of the McDonalds'cards, soldby' like Along Macclenny with many and other Santa SA Fe.schools' .., PUBLIC NOTICE

BHS football players for '1 and good for that amount of merchandise, "The schedule's (see accompanytng -

available, s4pe ") p 1 .each dollar; goes to the,Tornado athletic! : department! .,. schedule\ ) going to make quite a'' provided by Chapter 197, Acts of 1974 Notice is hereby given that tangible -

'.." ,,' '" .-..c-.L .,; 1 personal property taxes assessed for the year 1982 are now,delinque and

'1 ( 8E'FO'Re' : beginning April 11 such taxes are drawing interest at 18 percent per year plus

"V IZ2d HECK OWMAKIS aILSON : I the proportionate post of publishing this notice and delinquent cost. Unless the

: YO'U8tJ\ AIV'Y YAR.D TRActa.R: amounts set opposite each name below are paid prior to the 30th day of April

:' Ed- ; ... 1984 warrants'will be issued thereon and the Tax; Collector will apply to the

: Court for order directing levy and seizure os the tangible personalproperty
; ,'",:' Irt Circuit an
t,;::,/>:' *.Bradford's r LadtTorrM-E ioiuwo iol of the taxpayers for unpaid taxes; penalties and additional cost. The

.at their tfc top last seed four In game this weefc'to District' .'1=(;: names of delinquent personal property taxpayers and the amounts of taxes

S-AAA girls softball tournament but o including the cost of advertising the first month's penalty and delinquentcost.are
mind
BH8 each Gayle Lea didn't totri: follows '
Ung(; \ ., ,. '" PRSCID--, HIP:TO q
f'Ber ciyh*tiO iot t'a byo;ai It won a "
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draw win Buchholz for the'number! II A& k Feed Store $16.13 O'Neil Service Station

.two seed, and g. to tilt out, Wdnc' IEI!: ,1 Alvarez Wm & Anna Je n' 195.94 Pee Wee Nursery 4.90
claY'I' TO\ftd' .aton> nytlJ1 t+p-r Poole 155.06Associated
,' 't 9 ;t; ; rJ. I -"of! IAndrews Gene 29.66 Johnny
4 t" I Southern 82.15 Powell's Dairy Freeze 217.05
v'v. : l" r MiUwright ,
i I'rq'FaupelstlUousLast: : y f' .I j e nq 3ti?:sit u Bradford 'were seeded number one ana lost (ht' ? ,'
I Brett &Jerrys'Athletic House 28:45 Pridgen.Oscar 10.37
: the beforewe
the year, ;
were set -k/Dd two and wit," I Bright Emmett Jr Com; &'Mas Cont. 23,85 Reddish Gary 159.33

.. "J.ee'aald Tuesday.."1.. still feed like Bright Roosevelt 5.33' Reed) Willie 10.37
we',.. the;,be t, .teanI'tIIe1" 'l < '
Reeves 32.98
; Eat Emmett Bright) 59.06 Wayne
.' l Brights Liquors (
,P dI.triet,!?' ,; 64} ..i..a
i. ''' 1' Cason Tommie Jr. 32.73 Rising Richard & Shirley 22.11

., ';t"g Tha'tady' x'os' riadoes;'who finished\ : } e ,; Crawford Mitchell 43.95, Robida'Alfred & Miriam 46.27

(ct'.17: In the daasa ..are Mt to; Dahmer Music Center' : 14.71 Sacket, Scott V 32.80 '
play at 4: .t Sllllta r. ,, ,
Wehesdsy : Demps Robert et al. < "' 29.66 Shannon Nathan 19.99
,__ __j the winner of ttll" :'
q ..-.4.. Eunice Eugene LJ ''w. : 29.66 Starling Eugene R. Barber &Beauty 9.50
; ; ;:the other semi will m tcha :< I Fannies House of peauty' ; ,,5.38, Starling l George 14.97

I 1' .GIf8 of at Santa 9, (Tiday'a Ire and t\nala.U\ tI< q**.*..|\, I Ir Food& Scat: ,,; j .Ii':". 9.76 Starling Randy 23.83 +

r ,.. 11'_; also.t ta 'e ,: -.; l' Francis Jenkins Florists\ : ''''''...\ 4 :U8 ,Sutherland John W, 16.68

dteict twnnOTwiUb, i atii Gaited Mold Co.: ;: l .',:'. ". ",- 8MI6( ::: Traylor Norman& Debbie : ,29.66

"...I f I .ttejP.area, ..._...p SSii,: I Gnisonl\larkS & lose, > h i/) ,, ;13'\36, 'tray1or. 9bert,; "';c415.28'Gawley

: U LUE CHECKLIST ., Construction C+l" c'. 1 ." 39.30! U.S. Leasing Int., 51.62"
.Z rt .;r. ; :' HANDY Goud..eauHeriberL1 i \, '.54.73' ',U.Si; Leasing Inn.; '" '8.18 i

J"' ",.J' !4''tWV !a .o arid"C-, u 'Graudons Heating &Ait> "' ';;;,1- 18.02 ,U.S. Leasing Into ,3,30 4
a SsstaI : 1 J cut. more 'GrUfisP'urvts" >., 3.40621.10J U.S. LeaingInt",, o J3.46
\i'\ ; girls qrucu r r "
Hamilton Farms st' .; U.S. Solar Corp., ;:wt2W0.05I'Ittyeo
f[. 41f Farm Jn< J :;" '):;''' 597.91 Underwood Rest : 7." :i':5.71: i itae's
'J, '132.73 .VanPeJt Robert R, 'j; w\ 2x,22'John !
Savli S.lap: ; : '' .1;r Ir.
{ .j I Edwin" qa+ rrr .+* t.own'Ki.SXat> "o\"W -dj'otl*r iilbl'011... .I'. : ,. i.+,: 1/4*{rw.w 93.00!

..,' .t ,'1"\ ';: | :JohnsLLJriCur: I i.,: h tt ;I'I'.f'l .6a. : J "'j>(t J.Q. Wells Roy 19.89.
; ,t pr wM. o ill" 1'1' "'f. t ,
jf; t t -c-:.: -'; Jotlas..lets;; r 111J1 3 1.911 i;{|V est>iltle Mobile service" ,,-.r;! h '. 43.72,
.1 I '., 1 Kentone Ui: 1torm; Co. ,rJ'", :t '. 2068.80 : lUat11s :rraDC DB-\ FntroF'e12.84

'i ti tit'r { tittle!! 6)ltiiiir Mcy,+ it! ; ((6 MN 3tI"! Yard 3acuyr ; ee WaI3a bare b'1"Jtlr55.14: a t"I3tae: V rp;"' / i "> ", ';: ( ',. ....!' 16:13:
r1.ndObs' t\ 29.10 EquipEnterprise nc. 1 41.19Ky'eRani.tv'
,!a. ., ,1, '; :6.16
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Yr'Y ; f 8.27leHawWUljanr&Clydecni ,
"I': : yl ,anr1'' I ''P a y ( .r Mallard ', 'Y 10.18
y i.'t +a sestet t ) : |l55.06' ,<; ; : : .

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Defending t
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v. tt ; P have a togh time repeating with all 1 'I d
} 'A f 'the'strength In SUrke's el\uNlr"A" IM dhddr a4r ......;.' "' 'MkIp1I. .,+ J.rb..esa
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division thin! year, but alter week of I" ','1
It own Kingsley right back .,' ,, '
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up ;
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top with a perfect am start. ......;......16 .. (
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Tuesday night Kingsley Lake' nipped -.I .,t....m, J21 .,.. l,2.:, I4
Northsida 10-9 in a' battle of,.. ae anm M.,_ Chu< i JoroMOO........ D. MM.IMrili .
unbeaten to take over first by Itself.' .. with II Mipl..d .......... Itandy. Cr. r> 3.4.a .
ll i built b.......> UOlndla s.s. bony Warrwi N>.-..." ImmM.Hlnotoy .
The Winners a ltt-5 lead with aV<
up ._.. ..
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M O u.NMr*4 Ins.llh' /
base hit attack and then held on as .,',....., ........fMMn J.J will.dnihto. CurW Cootard
Northside ((3-1)) scratched for 4 runs in ((2 f\\"I"--" ,

the bottom of the last to pull within a \ .. .
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run. With :1 down a Northside'runner; ....._' ,. : IMrO _. II. M
was cut down at third on a base hit to __p.p ....'W3-........,....dew
center to save the win for Kingsley. bh. _.-.... """.""., Nindee 14. LIortI( ,..-

First Baptist went to 2rl with a 15-5 ''.nd pk..p/W J.d "'"1.1.3.l... fcltum. till"._J lar-4 w/.b. ....'

'win over Grace all pitcher Mike'Iladley .ill.*, link }wv .n :J. helped himself with a 4-fol'-4. run, M.*.. Hwltoy. ..>d, I. Vouefm 9 J. Crolg ... '
night and 2 home runs. wI' ._ ; .' ::1.

k '''reb" Meanwhile in the "B" group'' .................... Ml 4f. 14
J rresbyterian is 3-0 and on' top after ,s1.b..... M* M* t i .
bombing Air Park 2LTuesday.. M.rrliildli M* .kHterw vtMy, bnmll (....-* ;"i* >
rMmw. ..... .nd doubl.*. JoJiion rravuit und MmThompwn
tWwlaanTu..dq. kolti. Mr rlih doukl' OmM Thlp.A 3.4Nt.
......... M..l.. ._CuIoIIodgeI (wllrl.doukkj. Jimmy
-fnn tar ,IP .' si Anew. a-a. j..Cee a... ,1.Mm
ifl ,lt ..nr"i aa *> MJn. I.p hrnuni 0e.nit yv.kln.ll.lr4.Id.dewbl. ,
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IMCM run Itoytf 3.3. '. 4.. will 5dwbl. /? -
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1. rl' tat } p-b-ls. .i.- St' 0 tT $4 w.d. ,........., ew..Obe.S-& ,' k, "'
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1' .i Oon.............-., ...ooV"" lof niowrith VIo_wmklw" a-3 with._blo.rtarry T_ f14
o wlplp" and douMo, Lorry louoor 3-4 lUiiy.otor. 'with>dnblM.' Hldry Jotm 35. .
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KiHiiJlrt top Mntni hMtp. Qouptat. 3itor-l with 1filplot. o'N.d>.'. fddK Oyri. t..wllh.Wflm.Mary r. (noil
Mod HIMroih 1-3. Wort Wlnktor 3-3 Mihfcpaio e :I-4 wlih deubM. i'Imym
run M.MMum/ .WWI.Oll.m 4-ror-4k P.;.M6. la4
II. Mwordt .... krrloni Jtoimy Nugon't 1......1. with l .double, Don WllIlK.!. "
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aiw rw. ..... tapHH tap Mtoni Mil. Horrlpy 4-..- wit 1 son. M.blh.n _, ..........o-.w,...4fun.
homo __. Ndto McOoo 4-4., c.... sal omt Kick ., J.ry DompM. :8-4 vrlffl/ .............*.Fluponk
A Forccoiit at Second... ...ono borh 3-4 wild. homo run. r. Vouo..":3>O. K, T/MM.nn.,2.,........, fcxiWKk.a-4 .
Onru tap Mnom tarry W.rr.n.nd Chuk Johmoit, .
I SL Eohanl"s t cnd .baseman Danny Nugent nquceceii a throw from first thl play was one of the few bright spots for St.:Edwarifs,as Methodist lfur-3. rrloto.N.llbllrl.t. .
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base the 293.
and his foot
a. Jerry Ommftrr keeps on the bag to force !Methodist's game .
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Kl-'"y top Mrtaru swap' Crowford end, Dwrpyno. doubl. .....tonnoll a..wlrii.rrlplo ond .u,/. td>
\ Crawford 1.1..... Woyno Tooioit ..HmM 3-4. Jimmy. Alvomi a>4 oilih.dnublo.
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II Giants 4-0 AMERICAS DUG STORE ; .

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Dodgers 3-0 TWICE THE PRINTS

'TWICE THE FILM '
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In MajorsThe 'y TWICE,THE GUARANTEE I ,,..,.._.4e.

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Giants are dominating play t.j r'"k. M. :
with overpowering pitching in the J> .a j; 11[', "

_, Starke Dixie Youth Major league but I .
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so far they haven't been able to shake

the Dodgers, who are also unbeaten in

play heading into a Giants > y._.... ... .. ..._ ... .h h .... .. ..... .'. ."... '""... . ... './h .. ., ... ... ... .. .. "" .
Doers
showdown :
Wednesday even-
ing April 27. /f"mNMIUH"NHNHnNNmNHNHUNYHHPJ'IUuNm'lm, _m"U''HN''I'IUm'l''NmU HHm f'NH'.w.HMV.w. -",----- -- .......... --

Last week Paul Akridge threw a no-

hitter in a 10-0 Giants (4-<<)) win over LISTERINE zls
Lawtey Blue striking out 16 batters II II WHY ARE METRIC RAVE

and Eugene Blye struck out 14 the DOSAGES USED ON ANTISEPTIC ; HAIRSPRAY:
next time out as the Giants topped ; .',
Brooker 9-2. In that win over Blue by A PRESCRIPTION? 24-OZ. .

the way all Blye did at the plate was I I \ ;, ?-CIZ..' TYI'U" '
go for the circuit- with a homer tri- I 99 I It: .

ple double, and single. &! ;J .. .9
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Meanwhile the jgersuppcd their II lJr.ikIfif/I''
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mark to 3-0 with an 11-8 win over

Lawtey Gold (/1-1) as Tim Lewis went BY GREG FRIEI1AUFKCKERO Limit 1 J. .
3-for-3 with a homer and triple for the r
PHARMACISTThe ,
winners. Limit 1
Also in the chase are the Mets ((2-1),
I dchalcy tiwilinues' jn America '
who beat
Brooker 127.Summaries, JSTERIfiE U. 'IREI
abollll.lhl' usefulness a UiUil con- .
vorsnm .U) the metro Front JEROENS I
........ system. DISPOSABLE .
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......- A1ra ... t4 the phai ni.K'it'k point of view. I can ... 1 BATH SOAP'
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t .rMhrMfw. 09 M t Iff tell you that nu-iric measures are
.!I MM ._..., luaww !!'ye ptlctwdhlll.. >ndtlrudi f-sptx-iully helpful when taking some 'PACK OF I 4.7 4Z. .... 31' Mk. ,
...1 14, plui hod ,. ... rout Ahrkrg. 1-tot-l
..,.....,Hu",,'..14 wit s_* _run......Wimpy"34. ol'lIurpn.'tO'rpllonmL..bcuIlOOS., \
Allen rortvr I.. with double. I fb.tt'nll.v 'many prvMtTiptlonii for a (: ,
1 lr..lt.T.U.4ini K.lly Dyol' .,..-3 I Swyhodatrl.ft liquid me'die- .'a have had tho dosugKH r j' 8"8 17SC'I
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"Wtth"" of Tourneys Ei-4.at.-;
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for
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Height .. weekend Church of God men' church tourney being Softball ': : T : A t
ball league I : put on in Starke and hopes were still to have an 8team'roundrobin '- :1'\\
as all the \ with a double-elimination final. I.p'
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McClellan said Tuesday
The } that Faith Tabernacle from Melrose, Church of God I of Spotlight -
lead l I Lake City and the Prophets from Sanderson, along with
Boy: ; S local teams- Northside New River and Grace-: had .
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though.: : :/ | ( entered. He was awaiting word from !Faith! Baptist and The l local team came out of the loser' bracket with a
pre-tinuL Church of Christ of Lake City on whether they'll enter to 1-9 win over the 3rd place Lawtey Cubbettes, and then
.. ." round out an 8-team field. '- blanked winner' bracket survivor Beerwitch of
the Country : ,:' ,Ii r If It's an teamen the teams win be'divfded into, Jacksonville to get a rematch for the championship.;
rank with .. ; .jI : : 4-team groups for round-robin play with the top two But, Beerwitch won the final'4-1 to take the 1st place. I :
wonthe :teams advancing into a double-elimination final. If just 6 trophies. I i
with down I i enter McClellan said "We just fizzled Norman
2 / .a. straight I'O\lnd-i'Jbi.orm play"r-apol18Or'Sandra I
In the would be used with each team playing the other S. said of the final. )i ; I I i
the .. \ / Games are set'to.tart Friday night at 7 p.m. at )Edwards Annette Mitchell of Beerwitch Won thetbatting I '
Brown had ; \ Road field,,with all-day play Saturday, average trophy with a .636 weekend while Norman' i i I
; shortstop Gayle Lee waa awarded the MVP trophy after
Norman's 2nd In TournamentNorman's ; collecting 16 hits in 26 at bat lor a .615 average. ". 1
Also for Norman's Sheryl Jackson hit .593 ((16-27)), 11,
: Farm of Starke
\ was in Its own
: runnerup
;} women's slowpitch tourney last weekend here Barbara Hollingsworth .500 ((4-8)), Norman .481 (13-27),
and Joy Mains ,464 (13-28)_ .

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; a half game up on the Cubbettes ,;,.......""'" II _lop kHMm"_."............-1 w"..3doobta. f.
( ), and a game ahead of Norman's l.w13__, >w n 01 Judr IHgM...4 wl"l*a*ukk" .Jo WUItoiMnd '
) and the 3tarono 15110.1 .......".Irlghl' 2..old.double.fcnnU t>will"2doubt.
in Lawtey Rebels (3-1). .CukkiltM top keen. l.lll Mack'."'.3 wllh. .dmMa .. Utaty '*_I-t, UIIM Hmck It wllh U "*>.
In a big game.Monday the P.G.'s Syhfla 44ln..M. Mkhollo. orlght, ....h 9 4 wtih 5 __. CI...D.W.1.3.
the Rowdies ((3-2) 4-3 as Lor- '2.2.1.. iranda Mack 3... Clara. "....' Drtua 1 3.OM _t.P 4.11. /u..0.WlftnnOT' '."'-r,.
<<; Bass singled Harriet Hamm /1..11.1.3 k4..P MO.y O..p"y 2.'or.. ..
with one out In the bottom of the w.4.d.y.Ap.r 11N.mw .
3 '.p.nw (111)18) 55 ISPI..0O.
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to win the ballgame. P1.10',.P O!.'. IsM Id ....P.O". 1.5 IS 1
In a wild game last Wednesday the Piiidlii tap kMtara ands .......... 3.13.3. minim'.to*Mftara O yl..Uloc4. wl,*.itoubki.Ihnyl .
: : Lawtey Rebels outlasted "10" O.O.. tap krHarm larraln 3aM 2......1 with. gama.wmmni JodtK It.. wllh .n k>p..tk honm. VinMWHam
Perfect Ml, rhylto'' tiiHf.2.21, Linda laagall 1.4, J1...Play 321.. ....ty--Joy Mdn..1123P.O. .
'''' 16-12 in 8 Inning .513._Pen Did'2.31.
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M..1.. 515 (10)1
Summaries'' 51.1.5.- Ia a .
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AMERICAS FAMILY DOUG STORE
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(- ft : Ti .Track, ; Te iK ;-,$l(&ot.3fQ.t District choir:f8 I


,I, ap'1 YV ,YUpN In,the*world of high'rcboof G&f .;,:_. have and"tha'jJ: 'p.three. Ua'tt;'l',wp, 0,"eri'4\'' "4o.arpc i dlMSSSes! ; \; ,In the'hhlf....,, strongest\ ircus ai tar as?a 'possibility
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I sl', LG.v( }J.1JQ) tr and. the swiftest ;:' ndv!; ," No worse than fourth/, mile because of,Uw,rugged competttipn to get beyond Region {to state)."
>rtu tM'., t,' iM\ strongest survive all the way throughthe Gainesville! Buchholz 'is' the girls/ In thosaevenUi 'J.' He,figures all 3- relays440, mile

state meet and so it will go Thursday pre-meet favorite "They could be a, throwaway putting and medley should 'qualify antIaay3
when the Tornado() boys and girl/ Loper Is going' the opposite route them in the Individual events. Donnie Banks In the 100 should

track learns go to GainesvilleEaltalde with his boys roster ..empnasiElng. Built I run them in the relays it pretty qualify "but he must run as well as he

to run fit the District 5-AAA. relays over individual 'leventit. .He's much assures our chances of getting has all year to get In there In top 4."

championships( decided' against running school In' the top four, tarring a dropped Also Kenny Wright has a shot at top 4

Just the top individuals and relay record, holder Antonio Jones in..the'DON'T tirk, The rejtayS aw our three1 lip shot and discus, .
u 4xr l teams in.each event qualify for the. ._,
: > Region meat (Friday May 6 at Lake'

Mary; and only the top 4 from each

Region event win a
the state meet'. (Friday May J3, at

Winter Park).
When a key Cog In the state-ranked..

I girls pile relay team- Robin Jefferson
II was school last
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II I week,for her involvement in a disturbance BE: BLINDED BY

I 5 ; at the middle school changed ,

I what had been a season-long strategyfor
BHS coaches George Loper and
I Buddy Revels to load up the relays. LEGISLATION TO MAKE

I "I might make some last minute'
changes but it looks as if now I'm going '

to-isolate Pam (school record OPTOMETRISTS MEDICAL"DOCTORS

holder Pam Hawkins) In the 100, 220,

'Sit and 440. And I'll probably move Pam*.
a Boswell to the 'quarter with.her !

because she's run 63 seconds) and ,

that's probably good enough to get in

the top and qualify her to Region)." ..
OPHTHALMOLOGISTS Doctors STUDY 12 YEARS TO
Hawkins'.best times of '0.11, 24.7,*. ,,(Eye )

and 57.1 in the sprints all rank her,n'' PERFORM' SURGERY AND PRESCRIBE' DRUGS.
among the top 5 in class 3A statewide -, > : .
and the 57.1 is Florida's best 3A -

Spinning In the Circle... time"The so girls far. team has the possibility .,'. OPTOMETRISTS TRAIN. SIX' YEARS TO CORRECT VISION

Tornado discus thrower Kenny Wright. shown here about to lei the discus. of generating 50 to 60 points if they hit WITH GLASSES

go. could give BUS points In both the shot and discus. their peak even with those few girls ;V

r,

.:i.wz. House Bill '189 and Senate ;Bill 168' would optometrists use ,'


BHS Tennis Teams Tie for 6thBHS at Districte ", '",,: prescription drugs to treat eye disease.North: Carolina has


'tennis coach Jerry McGrlfl on 2 singles wins and 2 doubles match City)Cindy 04,1.1 Wlnklar; last ta(BHS Atwood) beat Lake Mauldin CII1II.Crescent.,.*. documented more.than 25 cases of blindness since they enacted

had predicted his girls would finish victories, and ended up in a 4-school CII -
around the middle of the pack of the group at 6th place that also included ) Roberla-rostar (BHS) best M-Blackay. such a: law.

district tennis tournament held In Keystone, Palatka. and Macclenny. took Hall S-S, 7-4.; lost to Stewart-Hhlm.
Gainesville tPKY' 11.3 e. WRITE YOUR LEGISLATORS TO VOTE NO H.B. 189 and
Gainesville last week and the Tornadoes Defending state champ I)Clark-Clark(Bits) fart la Cline". -withey(ISPDM.W. on ,
girls winners of all but one High won the district with 26 pointsIn ,
regular season match- did just that, doubles senior standout Craig S.B..168. Only a MEDICAL DOCTOR can treat eye disease J

for 6th 15 schools. A Sapp first round loser to
tieing among a B-: :1a Y +
seed 1))Craig Sapp< la 1-4,W I Cannon won
pleasant surprise for McGriff was and eventual district champ district.

that the boys did just as well, also Cannon of Gainesville in singles got f)Jaf Jatul.on Bits)loot to Nelson(Crow City) '"..:Saps Henry Peters, Dean of the University of Alabama'School of Optometry: I' '.
H. ...
tied for 6th schools and Johnson W.
finishing among 16 his just due. Sapp Jeff i
9 'Medical treatment of disease is an inappropriate goal for optometry.:'
I) Kovln John Boyetl ( : eye .
with boys teams. went all the to the semi's to get 2 Jdfarawn Brown
way .H.4; tool lo CHS) 04,H ( and the
The girls scored 5 points, with 4 of points for the Tornadoes. won district). "The Florida Legislature would do well; to agree with Dean Peters

the 5 singles players taking first 4)) area Clark BHS lost to King C IFIaglar) 14. .f' medical profession and restrict optometrists to the functions for which they have

round victories, and BHS getting one o.snctrl..siAwsGM. 1i ; been properly trained." Daytona Beach Evening News 4/24/81
i beat
BHS Hartley1 1 PKYK >
.shales) ) Tommy Crosby (
tied
In doubles. That left BHS s
point >.74 IMI lost to Piko' Lake M,M.
I)Faith Roberta BHS)baal Ward I Palatka)H, ; City st
with Chiefland and Santa Fe with 5. (.I; loot to Mackaraua Eastloa) 44,.... 14. (* y.O'ilM) PLEASE CUT OUT AND MAIL TO?.
Buchholz racked up 27 points, one shy 1)) Char) roller BHS beat Brlggs IBakar) s4, I)Sspp-Johnnjn (BHS) boat Hayas-Davla/ISPa t I HONORABLE LEGISLATOR:" .
H,*4,M best ftowe-Mnrrl Eaataida M....
of a perfect score to dominate girls 6-1; lost lo Marks I Lake City) M,04. ;
1)) Lori Clark BHS lost to Rhtm(PKV) W,14. 74 Mowing
play. i
4)Tr.cleClarto BUS)beat Olaen Eaitatda: ., I) Johns-Andy LalUwtan Bite lost toCatnpballrarataM ,
The Bradford boys totaled 4 points Mi: lost to McCullouah: (CHS) ...H. Name Is. '
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j t.ngnaturelTaEohassse
an

1 Starke Tigers Only UnbeatenThe 1 11 linor Leaguers :: Slate Capitol,Florida 32301 i j 3 Address I Ii



Tigers carry the only spotless Summaries Itonasn.. 1554....O.Wean 1 runs. ,V*.WWW....*nly i: Aa a citinn of Florida, I am opposed to any and
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record after 2Vfe weeks of play inStarke's tadar. i would
p.110t.wL all legislation that allow optometrist to
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T tasi Dx>M Iktor bed a Mate JonK Been MUny
Dixie Youth minor league ,see Ms n .5elk Grant .M _. Ihonai. ..,.... I.' win 3 Sen. 811 Grant i potentially dangerous drug in treatment of
baseball season. Phu11. "I I. Sfen. _...>na>MIIIOII : 't.:\tIi. i)", a' "' ,, ,, the human Optometrists ere not medically
__ M. i1.nd.n.n 1......... 0.1._ Rep. 6eerge A'Cfady i eye.
The Tigers of Starke beat Brooker :)-....-.etit,.tMm run, Anew. WoW 4-4, D._24"'" 1'i" GOVERNOR BOB GRAHAM i qualified to proem and UM these drugs.Ttiis ., ,
Red and the Lawtey Suns last week to a.......end embta.C.Wli._.......eMl I ..,K, ., 1III, :r5rkslndtcW R.p. Frank WBBamst The Capitol .,.4 I. f ,, ", ,
...... 5md.erWI4. .f : dr..... .. ...". ... .. .
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up their mark to 2-4) while the other WIN, 1'we. J. Mown_9 4' ( hearses) d .1 "t\, ..J j '. ; Talladss.4' FU1.18290)J';; ;" '1''f''r.'I''Y. '' ''''''' :.:'"''e'r''':''I'''
h.t1s born N'-.Wwl..I' rum '
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unbeaten teams In the league all lost WIe hdwN New 5.1105 walked ; yt : ,
end m aaokto J.1.41k$3.41)le>. ,La.a. .. ,
at least once. Chasing the Tigers'are' .. lasi "":: ff'1.t.ivA. : I '" advertisement paiJ'Jn': {by'
.tII.deskt.wr.rRen.N./ =. 1-4w.-Robb:.:. : : :.., .
the Lawtey Suns (4-1), the Indians *M -"lO _2--- .. ., ,, t FLORIDA SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY, INC. 'N'
(4-1), and the Twins (3-1). 11..._ 101 ((10) II John$gI i.tr.d. and_winless I hit. *.. '
>'. !Villiam J. BroussarJ,, M.D.,. President; Michael ReJmonil M.D., Secretary-Treasurer


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PUBLIC NOTICEAll NOTICEOF the personal representative. Kong 22 East Bradford records of Bradford NOTICE OF SUITNOFROFERTY Florida Bank of Votuila Board of the Suwannee profit organliatlon

ADMINISTRATIONTO or the venur or' County Florida. County. Florida. In Section County, with and Into River Water Management such a*.civic religious,
Interested public Jurisdiction of tha court. .. DATED this I.thdarof' II Township 7 TO: OLIVE HAWKINS, Florida Notional Bank District Route 3, school *ystem*, community

private and parotranit ALL PERSONS HAVING ALL CLAIMS. April 1983. South, Range If East ",JORDAN AtldressUnknown. located'In Jacksonville, Box 64 Live Oak Fl action agencies
operator wlttiln Bradford CLAIMS OR DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS CIIBERTS. MOWN containing 65 acres, State of Florida, under 33060, until 5/14/1903. or units) of government.
County .... hereby DEMANDS AGAINST THE NOT SO FILED ClERK moro or laaai, YOU ARE HEREBY the provision' of the ltehg4/28 Applicant! must
advised that the Department ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL WILL BE FOREVER BAH- no: Ioulah Moody DATED: April 19. 1033. NOTIFIED thai an action law of''the United ba able to demonstraie

-of Transportation OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED RED. Deputy Clerk GILBERTS. BROWN for Adoption of theabove State. hall be ratified ...- .legal. and fiscal viabilityand
for a capital grant under IN THE ESTATE: Data of the first 121 2tchg28 Clark. oft..e named chlldranJtoa and confirmed ubect| hay.' the Interest
Section 16b) ((2) of tha YOU ARE HEREBY publication of this Notice Circuit Court boon fllod to. the approval of the'Comptroller
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL agolnatyou NOTICE ,and capability of
Urban Mass Transportation NOTIFIED that the ad- of Administration April BY: Boulah Moody'Deputy ,' OLIVE, HAWKINS'JORDAN of the Cur-
CIRCUIT COURT Of
operating 'a'
'quality
Act of 31, 1983. Clark Washington.D.C.,
1964. a* ministration of the randy
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HOKIQA IN AND FOIl and you araraqwlrad 'T". of Head Start In
Wilfred Edward
MdyA Department program
and for the of '
am.nd.d for the purchase estate of Edith N. Addy 04/21:1118 04/28 purpose
to serve a
BRADFORD COUNTY. copy
of one ((1) deceased, File Number PersonalRepresen'crtlve of written dofansaa voting upon any othermatter Health and Human Ser accordance with

1S-posenger van to be B3-3S-CP. In pending In of CIVIL FLORIDA ACTION NOTICE OF' INTENTION If any your la IT, on the plain.tiffs .. Incidental to the vice, Office of Human Federal requirement:
used for the transportation the Circuit Court 'or the&tate of TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS whota proposed merger of Development Sorvke Interested applicant
of elderly and handicapped Bradford County, Edith N. Addv.' deceasedATTORNEY CoaoNo.S2.28SCAFAIUMEM 'NAME f. attorney and address la'; these bank A copy of Adrnlnttratlon Jar must submit a written
nama
.....on.. Service Florida Probate Division '0. PER Pursuant ia Section John .L. Brlgga. 932 the aforesaid agreement Children, Youth' and request for an appllca-
1
I I. being operated the address of SONAL AND DEALERS BoS.09. Florida Statuses Atlantic Bank Building, executed by a majority Families, I.'tlng 0.1replocament Han no later man May
within Bradford County. which r* Bradford County REPRESENTATIVE AND.PIalnIlH"VS notice la .Jacksonville, Florida of the director of spanker !JO 1983 to:

This program consist of Courthouse, Storka, HOWELL DEAS, P.A.. hereby given 32303.. and file the each of the participating for tha Head Start program Mr.John L.Jordan,
Suite 606 THOMAS.HAMILToN; that tha undersigned; bank for the'merger
providing
the transportation of 43 Florida. The personal' original with the clark of previouslydesignated Regional
mentally handicapped representative of theestate 1000 Riverside Avenue JAMES K. HAMILTON: Joe A. Sapp.Kenneth D. I I. on III. at the to serve the Program DirectorAdmIktration
the above"' styled court on
Jocksonvllle Fl 32204 Z.W. HAMILTON o/k/o Chltty and .William F. bank and 'be .Inpacted
adult dally to and from I I. WIHred Edward .before IS. I9B3. may following Counties In
May
((904))354-1622 ZEDRA HAMILTON; Glenn. III. able or tolnrowners. or > business,
during
the Sunshine Acres Work Addy. whose address I* otherwise a iudgem.ntmay Florida: Columbia for Chlldran.Youth .
OF -
STATES
UNITED
Activity Center on West 493O Marvan Road.Jacksonville. _4/31 2Khg 4/28 AMERICA doing" business be entered against .hour Bradford Ha..II'onLafoy.1e ', and Famlllea
State Rd. 16. This Includes acting under the firm name of J.E Tomllnsan
Florida IN THE CWCUlt COURT/ through fha> you for the rallofdanwndad President ,) Union, and 101 Marietta Tower;
Florida and '
transportation on 32210. The name and od- Marina In the Suite 903
EIGHTH JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATOR.SMALL complaint Suwannee. Application :
weekly appointment dress of the personolrepresentative's CIRCUIT. 'IN AND FOR, BUSINESS'ADMINISTRATION Fiberglas104 W, or petition. 4/21 4tthg S/13 ,must be from ..Atlanta, Georgia 30323

and regular scheduledfield attorney BRADFORD COUNTY. ,and Brownloo, Storka. .In WITNESS my hand. and public and private nan- ,/28 2111ht: 505IF
trip. ore set forth FLORIDA the INTERNAL REVENUE tends to raglalor said He.tltlous the aaal I of said Court on NOTICE ,
The purpose of this below. name undar the February 1. 1983. OF APPLICATION'On H'
CASE NO. 83-30
SERVICE. UNITED STATES,
notice I II to advise all Interested All persons having' afaraaald jjf ...tut.. .Gilbert S. Brown
DEPARTMENT OF THE '
transit and claim or demand RONALD E. NEWMAN TREASURYI' ATLANTIC. Doted this 5th day of, Clerk of told Court 3100113. STATE Off: IF iI.the shoel

paratronlt operator ofservice against the estate era SR., Plaintiff, FIRST April 1983. |{ V. BY: Baulah M. Moody FLA (HRS). 1000 N.E.

being; planned required WITHIN THREE VS NATIONAL BANK OF 44fpd 4/78 A*Deputy Clerk: ,, '16th Ave..i Gainesville,.

for providing transportation MONTHS FROM! THE JOHNNY PONS and GAINESVILLE!; and 4t :..' 4/14 4tchg 3/09 Flo. 32601,' modo application

sorvlce for tha DATE OF THE FIRST JEAN PONS his wife. DOYLE VARNES d/b/a, FLORIDA BANK for water usepermit' doesn't fibs
elderly and handicapped, rutllCATtON OF THIS MmV a ,
and 'DOYLE!VARNES I' NOTICE ATSTARKE.'r'Shareholder's t 3-83-0009S far .
within the area described NOTICE to file' with me SOUTHERN DISCOUNT AGENCY OF INTENTION iTO "an dally .
INSURANCE average
above. and to .Insure ; clerk. of the above court REGIS ER .
Defendant withdrawal of
COMPANY 0.0030
that such a program a written tatemerrt of Dafondomta.Ol.1,... '5' FICTITIOUS NAME, MebItnNotice ,,, million gallon' par day
would not represent a any claim or demandthey 'NOncioilALl' 17 ; ; ell' it
NOTICE: OF SALEPURSUANT ra hereby. given, from ground' water ,
duplication of current or may .howEach TOCHAl'TU ,." T I- Pursuant ,to Section,. ,
call o1its 'located m Section 13.
mat'pursuant; to .
proposed service claim must be In
provided writing Bo5.09. Florida Statute, "
4S NOTICI I I. hereby '
directors. .. a special Township OS South
by existing transitor and mutt Indicate the notice I* hereby given-
K given that, puf luunl to meeting of the Rage 21 East Bradford
bosl for the
paratranslt claim the the
operator that
Notice I I. given that. Final Judgment o( undersigned harahaWaniK Florida .'10',....,''
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pursuant ta a Final Foreclosure entered In Bank .t. Stork. will beheld domestic II- "
either far creditor or his agent or CORPORATION, INC-t' type ue ,
Judgement doted April aboa-. action' '
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or again this service by and the sole do' bankinghouse Written efaectlan| or.
attorney or (olnt lwrners,
IB. 1983. In Cose No. '
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such public end private amount claimed. li the on April keg bulnesf tinder the, of Florida Na ,comment*; an this application .
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transit and paro1t claim I I. not yet due the 83-30 Court; of of the the Eighth Circuit ..n Mu.,.thee.. In. r.p.rty Bradford, 'firm name of BRADFORD j ; 1 lHon<4 Borik:, located tha at. may-'be filed.wlth teranad iu t vour siae
operator will be roc_ date when.it will become HOSPITAL, tf82 s ,Call. alA Hogan Street In > fha Governing
Judicial Circuit In and for .County ,Flarldaw a* of Jacksonville, ....
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time wllllin due
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f ,\,ed ': Urry Alvarez of exc'temel1lial\el ng experience In Saudi Arabia. ( :'" 1 :

\n\!,., Alvarez, a,tamer > in the Keystone Heights area n .' \ ';11' r'l'
and a graduate fthe school of building construction, I.
went to Arabia M Jldeo to help build the new city of Juball. f
"The work was fantastic,If,you like! ,tM'reeling' ot having so much construction
!! Around 'Vou and 'being Involved: In construction,
over there would. the best place for you,'"Alvarez says "There are a few fI
jobs now In Africa and South: America that are beginning to open up that are
similar in scope.". '
Alvarez worked for Bechtel Construction Company out of California, one
of the largest management construction companies in the world. Bechtel I
had the contract to build this new city for 350,000 people beginning In 1976.
Original cost of the construction: for the new Industrial city was estimatedat
$35 billion but that is undoubtably up now due to Inflation. It U scheduled
as a 20 year project be completed sometime in 1998. _
Larry's part in building the new city was construction of a new training
center o Jubail, for which he was the contract engineer.The .
project: completed, Alvarez returned to the states in 1982.
"I'd just about had enough by then," Alvarez. says. And he also planned to
get married. '
"It was like a trade school or Vo-Tech school," says Alvarez of his com-
pleted construction protect.
Eventually, the Saudi (as Alvarez refers to the Arabians) will be areas
out other nationalities and training their own people In all different I
running the city and Its Industries, says Alvarez. Mans the pump... Familiar sight...

"They were getting so much money from oil revenues that it wouldn't Larry Alvarez mans the pump on the construction site of the new city 01 Camels were a familiar tight from the free-ways in Arabia. r
make sense to stick it in the bank and leave it there,"Alvarez says, explain- JubaU.In Saudi Arabia. Note the new'construction. In the background. '
ing that the Saudis are just putting their money back into their country to Improve 'J ,
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petroleum plants, aluminum plants, and steel mute,"-he added. ; ',.a1I! r.;."
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Money is plentiful'in Saudi Arabia, Larry says. Everything Is usually conducted :t, 1 ,
on a cash basis. .It is not uncommon for people to carry $3-1,000 c' Y i' x .
around in their pockets or purchase a car with cash Alvarez says. -
Alvarez says he thinks that money is readily available to the Saudis If they
have the education and are capable of working and running business.'He 3
says the opportunity Is there. fl

"11 any foreign business wants to come into the country, it is required. by
law that they have a Saudi partner," Alvarez points out. fl
Saudia Arabia has a fairly high cost of living. .but not that"much more than I
this country. t$
"Life U good there, although somewhat desolate. ," Larry remembers of ,-1s'
his two years in Jubail ,

I Climate Similar.,

Alvarez found the climate similar to south Florida, but remembers one "
, time the temperature got up to 127 degrees. Saudi Arabia Is very humid, has ++R
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very little ram, but a says that when it does rain, it rains very hard, ,
and usually causes r. : A/i, ..
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Following one :or:these';downpours the, old' Jubatt: t was nodded anrf\ I
. volunteers.were ought to pump out the streets-"'w dirty job as raw!sewage. *
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becomes: a problem them when the sewers art flooded. r."T :'I !

Saudt's Always Right.... '_ -
Floods. shine.
.. Rain or ..
Alvarez says the Saudis are good people, friendly and pleasant to be' '
around but very emotional and senaitivoe."And When It does rain In Saudi Arabia floods are not uncommon. Shown Umbrellas are a necessary accessory In Saudi Arabia *. It serve two !
they are always right. If you have a run-in with a Saudi a fight, you here Is a street scr.neln the.old portion\of Jubail, ;. .purpose*-to shade the sun and,also to keep the rain alt In the country'srare

could go to jail\ or you might be shipped out of the country" said Alvarez.. "I, down pours.
know what it's like to be a second class citizen now." The weather conditions are somewhat similar to Florida overall with a Shown here In front of chicken fast food restaurant with Larry Alvarez
"If you have an automobile wreck with a Saudi, it is automatically your uprlnlnglv' high degree of humidity left) are Arabian and American co-workers.
fault, Alvarez said, adding that their thinking on that matter is if you hadn't
been there In the first place the accident! wouldn't have happened."I "
think they like the Americans better than other nationalities there, so. during this time ot the year that hardly any work is done. are spending a lot of money. Sort of like play money Alvarez says.

we had it pretty easy," Alvarez said.. ''Thillls a good time to get out of the.country.:":;' Expressway's Being Built...
He said there were many different nationalities working in Saudis Arabia,
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including the French, British, Germans and Dutch. Alvarez pointed out that Careful Livings ,,;" The Arabians are building expressways all over the country, Alvarez

there were quite a few Dutch there and they are number one In the field of .Alvarez said that most of the food in the construction compound was cooked points out. either side
sand dunes
of the laborers used were Pakistanis, Lebanese, Indian, "You might drive out through the desert with on
dredging. Most by Indians. "They used a lot of curry In their food, Alvarez said. the
with few
with four lanes going in either direction very cars on expressways
Philipinos and Korean.. "You have to be very careful the water, Alvarez said. "In Alvarez .
,the new city, the water Is highly chlorinate 12-13 parts per million..Over says.On
the other hand, the roads in the towns are in terrible shape... narrow
Available. ,
Recreation here in the. states I think..the average ratio of chlorine to water. Is 5per
and full of potholes.
Larry said there were various sports visiting workers could get involved million." :
in. Softball had two seasons In the fall and in the spring. He said there were Alvarez said if he went out out into other areas of the country that he Allah's Will...
numerous tennis courtsincioor racketball courts and swimming pools. wouldn't drink the water at all:'We went to extremes to make sure our '
"SaudI's are terrible drivers. They have this saying 'It's Allah's will.
water was not contaminated,:" he said.
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Customs Changing.... Most of the Saudi water comes from the ocean and is put through a If they decide they want to pass, It doesn't matter If there" is another car

!"They didn't allow men .and women to swim together, though," said desalination plant that desalinates up to 10 million gallons of water a day *coming Alvarez head-on. If out they that die there, they are figure It is traffic Allah's accidents will, Alvarez in Arabia says.and if
but that Alvarez said that there were two types of dystentery common in Arabia. pointed many
tried it time allowing families to swim together, ,.
Alvarez one road.A .
: "They the automobile is totaled, a Saudi just leaves it there on the side of the
Amoebic the hardest strain to get rid of, would require medical help. The
bikini and that It. ,
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out
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lasted
I only one day requirement for obtaining a driver's license in Arabia, (that is, if you
Alvarez that the Arabians are still very strict with their women. other type, bacterial dysentery, would eventually clear up on its own., You blood.
says have from another country) is giving
I be careful about even talking to the women,," Larry probably could build up a resistance. this strain, stated Alvarez. ,already one
to
, "You've got very Alvarez said they send you down to this one hospital about 25 miles away,
I says. westernized he stated but Fresh vegetables are a common carrier of the amoebic dysentery; "You which Alvarez said was very dirty and nasty, They check your blood type
The younger women are beginning to get more must be very careful about washing your vegetables,. says Alvarez, and then If they want your blood they'll take it, he stated
. the older women and men are very old fashioned.The ""especially cabbage and lettuce. Consequently I, never ate any salads while 1 "That's a very frightening thought to think of what a dirty needle they
American women over there also have to wear long dresses,covering didn't take
be in Alvarez "Fortunately, they
arm,
sticking
might says
was over there. : your .
their hair when leave the <,
their ankles, and are now being made to cover they mine."" .

I ,compound to go shopping. .. Newcomers Catch Cold..... d l Newer hospitals there are very well equipped. Alvarez says, probably bet-
think are trying to bring back the old customs, IBldAlvar., U.S. didn't
"I they Alvarez says a person can expect to catch a bad cold when first enteringthe ter equipped than most any hospital here in the "They worry!:
I have virus there that has not been introduced spending money on anything always buying the best of everything.
that a over
Restricted... country*adding they and the U.S.
Photographs The Saudis brought in nurses from the Philippines, Britain,
and that it
it take three weeks to over a cold
here. He said might get
Saudis are also.very strict about peopl.laJdng their picture.Alvarez said weeks later. This was the only Instance Alvarez could remember the Saudis allowing any
several
ls not for it to again
uncommon
he lost a camera one tune when two special religious police approached.tim reoccur 'r single women into their country.
I and confiscated his camera. _, .. ; "That was the only place (the hospital where there were any single
Alvarez said his Saudi friend checked with the prince to see!if he could get Bargaining is Big... women,"'says Alvarez. "And towards the last they kept them inside a
I It back, but found out It had never been turned in. Bargaining power was, one thing that Alvarez learned from his tour In fenced-in compound. No males were allowed in there and the nurses weren't
"1 had taken some pictures of some women and they probably saw them Saudi Arabia. .. aaia .. allowed to talk to any men.
and destroyed the film and the camera," Alvarez said. In the market places, which were teaming with people, Alvarez the ,
I merchants expected: you to barter-with them on the'prices. And,if l you.. didn't,1their .. I Saudi's Don't Steal..,
Saudi's Very Religious... feelings would be hurt. -.4" Alvarez said there Is hardly any crime In Saudi Arabia.

j Arabics are on a different calendar, Alvarez points out with Thursday and lust"All go the from shops one,10 shop or 12 to feet the other wide,are" Alvarez lined up says.on the:' main" road- and you,'J can,. "If there was anything stolen,';yol1could figure it was taken by another nationality -
weekend. the Saudis.
"Alvirer. pointed their out that religion,plays" big part In the Saudi's life with It was the custom to go would into town get together in-the afternoon just to IIGClalize."I and even if a persondidn't (!+ '. ", He did other recall than one instance, when someone's clothes were stolen out of the
," in the morning once in- the afternoon and. then several ,( buy anything they laundramat by a desert Saudi.
time once "Whereas if .
with life Alvarez you
prayer "It seemed to be teaming
just! says Kim newcomers to the Keystone
times .t night.' don't to Alvarez and his wife, are relatively
Jet in a city here, there are lots of people around but they seem
"They don't force the Americans to pray but we have to respect their ;' Heights area and live In Crystal Lake Homesites.
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time off during these periods_ said ,socialize: like they do over there. : business here for residential
his general contracting
prayer time giving the employees to the bank rot the He is starting own
check that
Alvarez said he went straight
by
was paid
'Alvarez "You re not allowed to eat or drink in public during prayer time. Arabian ex- construction and will also be doing commercial construction through
During certain religious time of the year, called Ramadan an entire states but was'given living expenses". t"to "riyal- the money. another company known! as A and W Construction Company,formerly based
the He said the Saudis usually stay change. ., > .
devoted to fasting during day. in les.
month is I Na
'''Rlyals are better to work with because you can get the feeling that you ,
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I, son raml_en evenlnB for everyone with a variety of popular cloukal I and ,iT 1P"L : t..r.v will bo'Unlon County.,.Hawthorne, Jatper, 'Interlachan and. f ,ICSYooge., ;,Call the
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ba9lnnln\a\ at p.m. act; the 'iork M_ r lodge et We*,Col) and 0..1.0'mo.a. ,A Welghtwechrs'Ciub., l ..- M beginning. In Key ta .Heights on Tu..duti.v.ning.-' Union County and Imertartion.. ; The opening game*begin today. 5 p.m_ot McDavId
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1 Thursday.tr..t e Jory sarr.nt. of JacluonvHIe I I*,the caller Iveryona I'I,"Invited to.find out .,.t\7 p.m t'h.. Woman Club. and In Sla....e.. Monday! ",night at 6:30..m. andThurtK: ,ParkN/ Keyitone." -- ". < *;. ,'" ,'. ?
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TROPICAL CHIANG! Owl IKAC. ASSORTED CM WHITE KOUNnrt FRESH SUGAR .

FRUIT DRINK. .. ..... ':; :' 99C ,BATH TISSUE ,. .. .. L79c FROSTED FLAKES',.. .....-" $14' ,
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DIAPERS ... . KITCHEN .BAGS ..,; $1' CAKE DeVILS fOCI MUtES.) .1. ."'rlWla'59 DETERGENT
CHEIC AU FLAVORS ntOl'lCAL
SOFT DRINKS ..5 CANS $100 GRAPE JELLY .',. -t$1 FROSTINGS DKR! DARLING Ill WHITE.. 'RIDGE:: .' ::$IO' OIL
All FLAVORS THRIFTY MAD ELBOW ..... DETERGENT,
lILAC LEMON! LIME PtNIC
CHEK DRINKS . YL' 89 MACARONI '. 2 :=.$1" DISH LIQUID .': 32-a 6ge TOP \
DEEP SOUTH SALAD DEEP SOUTH FRESH YAK POUSH WYUCMSrtAexitr. oooaj, VALUE

DRESSING . Si 89 PICKLES . ... .. .' :: 99'. PIES .':. . '. 2 .w.PROB.'$IOO azoz.BOX
SUMMIT VMHfTE. YELLOWCRACKIW. GOOD FRIED riZ-* '
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TOWELS . 2 J:*1M CHEESE CURLS ', '., .' fcS 79 COOKIE;, . .'. ';; 9ge

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HOMOOINIZIO HICKORY SWEET j ((65< 'S 30-10'1))

,HELPERS MILK BACON 3. :\VATQH FOR OUR WEEKLY CASH.SAVING SPECIALS.

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STRIP STEAKS USDA CHOICE SEEP PRESTIGE lOlI $39" TURKEY USDA GRADE 'HAMFprE. Li. $14. SLICED BRAND CHOPPED HAM :'. .-;< L : $2", r BUFFET HAMS

OP 8 12-OI. BACKS & NECKS LI.29c, *. -
Rl9LEEUE( STEAKS l.CM.ox $39" SAUSAGE.: : -: *!
PENROSE READY TO EAT BONE IN
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP .CENTER CUT PIG FEET .0...,$2" CAOLE BRANDCORN $ .
+ JAR DOGS 1"
CHUCK ROAST .. *1" AI II
11. W-D BRANDWHOLE. HOO ROLL (MHO. MEDIUM
SUNNYLAND SMOKED HOT L MHO
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE ONEIESS OR HOT)
STEW MEAT .. '. L. $1". SAUSAGE . & M"] SAUSAGE . L. $]" F pE L LB.
WO BRANDDINNER QUICK FROZEN PeeLED. & DCVEINED 1 0 D
FRESH
USDA CHOICE
LEG 0* LAMB. u.s2'' FRANKS u *]" SHRIMP FRYER. .Aa2" BTAM ps SAVE 70cL..
USDA INSPECTED FRESH -
SWEETSLICED W D BRAND FULLY COOKED ENDLESS SMOKED
. HICKORY BACON. .... M4' SAUSAGE . .. L. $22' LEG QUARTERS ... 'Li.59c

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WI4N-DMIE STORES, INC.
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QUICK FROZEN CUBED ((3.01)) 'Ut IOAF 5-oi, noKJTTW .e..IKO.
'' USDA CHOICES Pork Steaks 30.CT.;'t,\$,1699 '. OarliaCANESr" Bread Biscuits Mf NOT CheeseKurlss.
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BONE IN BEEP .: y' ." Pit MINI. ".IIITS "'LOtAL"CUT

WHOLI INTO. UNTRIMMED STEAKS FREE QUICK All WHITE fROZEN MEAT'-CHICKENPatties... Cobblers 12.... PKO Spread,"..... noMIS. 25, Love-My-Carpet'HI"VT""KITCHEN 4Cf P.0.

s, N Y STRIP .30CT$1599 Sandwich J.II.oIILL.U'Steaks Sicitlian KMSdlS' Pine Garbage Bars
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BRAND CHICKiN So.l00.ISO WATT
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STRAWBERRIESS
$2'2 I TASTE O' SEA TIU TINOd lUCID MARDI GRAS
c.-, Fish Sticks Beef Liver Paper Towels
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A Sing for a Community ('('lIh., .
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, The MuHuiili IjxlKi- In tin- llwiHiuil' (,irose srlllrmriil (wo miles rilHl of
l Ntarkr off$R-Id iHi NW Mlh: Ave.. IK lr.liiJI) ..rilsc iiimipy fur hnililiiiK. (til IHNHrd >
5 for a community tnilrr.Tit .
, *fhmnlwr Singers <>r ItnuUoril. Illnh, above, 'will lx one pimp: In|M>r-
I fawns in voinniMiiHv King Saturday nlulil April :.III. Hi 1M. :. |>.in. In the BUS'
! .uiMlllurlum raise. the immrv.
, The Ktuili-nlM are tl-r: Kirnl row-' U'Vum'r CIY.;| I. IkuViit. Itlnnvfrawrunl.
I '' Daniel Mitrlln. Daryl NII"w..lh. Srrmul tow Mary WnUrrmmtllrlli t ,
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,On page 5 of this week's TG&Y circular k
the description of the Kar-Rite Jack
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Stands states the regular price as 4.96
set. This is in error. It should hove read:
Reg.4.96 each. The shown sole price of

3.27 is for one jack stand. We regret i
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1 Perms/ Hair Coloring Futon Hair Cult 1


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''Announces O,

NEW HOURS AND t ,Starke Family Planning Clinic "We- Believe in Music"Community

:1 Experienced Operator '1 I ., Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) :
1 / & Vasectomies' .
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Thompson sins set .. 1-. .
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Mary Kay :
No Abortions
.No Hospital stay necessary performed. ..
1 OPEN 9.5 Tuesday-Friday 8:30-12:30: Saturday 1. ,,964-6500 I 'Saturday April 30, 1983. In the Bradford door that evening.
WALK-MS WELCOMED 496-3113 I High School Auditorium at 7:30 Proceeds from the event will enable
L__ __ __ pm. musical talents such as Alice the A. L. Campbell Masonic Lodge of
- - -
Hudson, Bill McRae, Don Hardy. Pleasant Grove to begin planning a
Willie Mae Randolph. Lavon Drlvas facility that will serve/aa a community
and many others will come togetherIn recreation center.
a program' entitled "We Believe In Those Involved in the program Include -
Music.
Don Hardy's Chamber ,
Singers
A dress rehearsal held last
for the groups was Starke Repetory Chorale the Brad-
Monday and individuals
Fishertaen
5 involved.The ford Mass Choir with special numbersby
Merrie and David
Shoemaker
evening promises music for Lois .
Moore Rennie Lennon, Sylvia
everyone through the variety of Reddish and Leon Thomas. ':. '
Ree' popular. classical and. gospel, selec-
tions. .Jim Lawson will act as MC: for the
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The event is a charitable fund evening. : :
Bradford Union & Keystone ; Heights raiser.Tickets are$3 and may be purvtrtotw Please tell your friends -We
chn.P.i p1'' tnootinns or at the Believe in Music.

Own I Santa 'Fe Registration Set I

Fresh, Seafood Registration for a'hta Fe. Community will be teaching American National
,t College's Spring Term Is cur Government for SFCC on Tuesdayand
rently under way. Students may Thursday evenings. The course is
register: for SFCC classes in. Starke a study- of the constitution the
." Restaurant daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.A special presidency Congress, federal court
'evening registration will be held May system, political parties electoral
Located: U.S., 301 South 4th, next Wednesday evening from 6 process and American foreign policy
op. 5.to 7 at the Starke located.
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-' ..,". Q_ i"tJ a ross.f.f.f f r.oJt.iaS!adford SquareI; .t"--M .Tin Bradford! High School 4? .' t.... ."I' F6f additional( 'oration stop by
? -.ftWrtull:iWatee", R.-A.v-Biiist. .. ...Cteertt.. ,. ::;:the offde or.call. ..!.M-5382.
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OPEN 8:30.7: Mon.-Sat.

Us. Food Stamps Welcomed 964-8290. ,. ..

Starke "
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I 'l7ar $149
Chuck Steak
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\ -: ThuSrecialls BonelessShoulder $ 99'

Steak
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LUNCHEON(Served 11 ..m SPECIALS. till 4 p.m.) r': ,$1 g,

Cube Steak--1K, .
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SHRIMP . .,.,.. .\ ,. . 3.95 CATFISH' .'. .'. . .., f ,',. .''It- 3.50 First CutPork g'

; OYSTERSC., .* .. t .'. ..... 3.95 ASII'N GRITS(Mullet) .-,. .",'>. : 3.75 Chops. : 'o. $12

\'I'.!' DEVIL CRAB .. ,' . . ... ." . 3.50 GROUPER FINGERS . ?. ".7- fi" ";' 3.15' .. : I' .
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n',',1': STUFFED FLOUNDER ,.f.... i :",. .'... .: .... 3.95 STRIP STEAK(7 Oz) .. . ... h 't ,4.5Q '. Country ,Ribs. ..,.', ... '.:.

/.J,i i'',I... SCALLOPS((6 Z't.) : ... :-. ..,. . 3.95 Cnarbroiltd HAMBURGER, STEAK. 1a'3.95

it.: '" I ; ..'<',> ,0$1,69
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(' ) 'I orkJ'l Chops" .
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I ,BAKED POTATO ... . ... ..75: SHRIMP-SALADAMA,. : ri .Ma' Aq,9 '"
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that roared through Durrance's' ,IA tree blew down on Billy Joyner'S 'Lord, Just(don't hit me' at the time.
I}11 t trailer park, at SR-16 and county road' >,;;Car: on the Brown Cemetery Road in The next'thing' | thought of wrt if A
Mr 333 two miles northwest ,of Starke the Sampson Lake area, and a travel: anybody nearby was hurt.
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4}county despite a number of trailer* 1! Jiigh, 'winds carried away hall of a two- First damage in northeast FloridaWas Ay- : \ '
,and homes being deslroyed''py; the .,:car garage at the.. John Kenny reported in Mayo in Lafayette'county \ I ., .,
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'I,/ pine trees broken off at the top; and ': Continuing in a westerly direction, ,through Bradford County about 8.30: ,
I .i'debris scattered,by the high winds.. ,,j. the tornado-laden storm tore over the ,ti mi "''I
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'>r..,/,aped into an adjacent mobile horn In Durrance Trailer park just two miles continued through most of the morn- u,4
\ !the) trailer park owned by R.V. Dur- west of Starke.At > 'ing, dumping over two Inches of t vr
,;,4 i\> ranch on SR16.: Looking southwest Lawtey an elderly couple named )''water; The Brooklyn Lake area of w i
< ', across the CO-233, the Pleasant Grove' McOaniel. were left in their bed as Keystone' Heights reported a four-
tlitChure\lf\oad.\ the forme Earl Jones winds blew their house off Its fpundattion inch rainfall.
ly J 1,' urne was heavily damaged. r rIII ,and deposited: it( a few yards Power outages were common. '" .
; ;*rwNobody( was renting the ,two away. Lawtey was without lights for several 1 + 41+ sNC* / 'alias. ttassllr asna.sy
j< '''trailers, and Jones In the process ofT Part'of the roof and a porch, were hours after electric lines went down.A 5 tihd llt.b
J'. moving out after selling the) home to blown off the house next door to the tornado destroyed a tobacco l
J,D. Odom at an auction recently;had McDaniels. The area,60th Terrace, is barn, an old house and uprooted six
\\,1( left about 20 minutes before the tor. directly west, .across 301, from the pecans trees at the Ray Crawford
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across the county from New River A plate glass window was blown out on Sanderson Road in Union'
.the Bayless Highway area,SR-16 and.the of Shuforcfs Amoco Station in Lawtey County, reported a large hay barn,'a' After:, the Storm,....
Pleasant Grove area and in the and awnings were ripped off Waters horse shed and a hay bailer, '
Lawtey area, the storm system of Grocery. A pine tree blew down on a destroyed when a tornado touched Brcna snd Harold Skeen unload furniture from the the tornado struck.
-.', high winds, hail, rain, and apparent mobile home in Smith's Trailer Courtin down. over-turned mobile home in Dnrranee's trailer park on The roof was blown off the Earl Jones home across
:; small tornadoes traveled in a general Lawtey. Major damage In Clay County was SR-ia' two miles west of Starke. Pleasant Grove Church Road from the Durrance trailer
l; northeast direction. It was ,a low Officially.. It ts not known whetherthe to the tag agency at 1372 Standing This trailer was blown over and Into the adjacent park. In probably the most serious damaged area In I
V pressure storm system from. Texas damage was caused by high windsor Blvd. in Orange Park where damages mobile home. Nobody was In either trailer at the time Bradford County. Nobody was home at the Jones'either.
ioj-;; that wrought havoc Into Northeast tornadoes. But there la not dif were estimated at $50,000 after the ____ __ ,. __ -.
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*.,k Florida from Taylor. County on the ference in the effects of a 100 mph roof was torn off by winds. "
Gulf Coast to Jacksonville on the wind compared to a tornado, according Winds were clocked at 72 mph In
Atlantic Coast. Damage was reportedin to a National Weather Service Gainesville. At 10:30: a,m. Saturday
Taylor Gilchrist, Union, Bradford. spokesman. the Jacksonville Beach fire station Skyline
Clay and Duval Counties. Only one person has. reported seeing clocked a wind gust at 64 4 mph. .f1 !lIP'' ID
Ferguson said It all happened too a funnel cloud. In Georgia, hailstones up to three
quick to do anything such as open "I looked out across the field and inches In diameter smashed windows Home Center Inc
windows. The rain and wind saw a black funnel," said Beatrice and windshields in LaGrange, and ,
preceding the tornado darkened the Benson, the daughter of the Ashley funnel clouds were reported near US 301 North Starke, Florida! f f; $ ---. -
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came it got stil darker Fergusonsaid. Brown home, which Is less than 100 By Sunday, the weather had 964-4414 'v:: "nfiY
yards from where the two trailers cleared except for continued windy
In the New River section west of were damaged in Durrance's Park. conditions, and resident began picking -
Starke a tree was blown on top of "The next thing I saw was all of the up the pieces. '
Sammy Moody's truck. Oak trees debris being blown around. I took my NEW SKYLINE DOt BLEWIDE 48x24

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Have you had your colon read Are and drapes of different 'colored that covers the total spectrum of
ring, summer autumn or materials. Each category has its own dressing the Individual, within .hen ai' Js
winterThese color palette. own life style < n fro. i p
are tWO'questions that seem Not only does she determine the' "It Is very fulfilling for me," says
to be popping up lately in conversations best colors for her clients .he also 'Patty, "to make people feel good
among local ladies. For those of determines the style of clothes suited about themselves."
you who are not familiar with this best for that individual's particular "I call my business. perking up,"
jargon,we'd like to acquaint you with figure type. The figure type,either A, She added. ,
this program that Is just beginning to B, or C, is determined by measuring, "Spring is approachable,
perk-up In this area.It not around but up and down the 'child-like'T says Patty of her. spring i f I
is a program designed to reinforce figure between strategic points. clients. "They are very rare. 'she ad
women Inner sense of1'well- Patty's services can either be conducted ded.
being and give them a more positive in the business woman's officeor "Summer her lists have lists. The
self-linage through the correct styleof In the privacy of a client's home. U only one able to relate to that lady'IB,
dress. done In the home, Patty's service can Irma Bombeck" Patty says.
It Is also a way to plan and balance also include a closet cleaning."If "Autumn Is haphazard but they
one's wardrobe enabling the lady of you havn't worn something In 'are the most successful business
the house, be she,-a professional or three years it's time for the Salvation women. Winter is cool and nut very
housewife, to create a successful and Army," says Patty. approachable. She knows what she's .rte LP %iP f'A,
functioning wardrobe based on a She also stresses everything out of doing Is very organized and
budget and within the framework of the drawers sweaters and blouses) agressive," Patty concluded! her
her Individual life style. and up on the shelf In the closet so different categorized women.'
Reading your colors in professional they can be mixed and matched with Patty's tools for this mission In- y9
jargon is color analysis. This color the basics. clude a mirror', a very bright light '
analysis is done by Patty Shay a For an extra fee Patty will also and drapes of different colored
newcomer to the Keystone Heightsarea spend a day out on the town with her materials. Each category has Its own Color, Re ding.*,.
who started her own business as client, shopping. color palette. Janie Wedemeyerkitting( In chair) has her Colors read by that Autumn, colon and shade are best
a personal style consultant in Patty moved to the Keystone- personal style consultant Patty Shay, who has determined_ .
January of this year under the name Melrose area in November, 1962 with Not only does she determine the .__._. __.. _,....m___ a",
Beautiful( Images. her husband Larry who is now an Air best colors for her clients clothes she also .......... .. -- --
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Traffic Controller in Gainesville.Both style of suited
Patty who has a natural eye for color Patty and her husband are best for that individual's particular
Is trained to combine the natural originally from central and south figure type.The figure type either A. FLORIDA; Sale
colorings of individuals (hair color, Florida but became acquainted with B, or C, Is determined by measuring Pre-Season.
eyes and complexion) and places the this north Florida area when Larry not around, but up and down' the THEATRE ,
Individual In a color category referred attended the University of Florida. figure between strategic points!
to as seasons spring, summer, She said Starker ,964-5451
it has always been their Patty's services can either be con- YEAR'S BIGGEST
autumn or winter dream to have a home on a lake and ducted in the business woman's officeof
I "Spring Is approachable. settled here when Larry was In the privacy of her home. If donein Fri., 'Sat.Sun..
child-like," says Patty of her spring discharged from the service after 10 the home, Patty's service can also
clients. "They are very rare,"she ad-- years of duty.Patty's Include a closet cleaning.
work experience took her "If you havn't worn something in
ded."Summer-her lists have lists.The into the fashion world as a buyer for three years, It's time for the Salvation. SAVINGSOn I
only one able to relate to that lady is Burdines while living In Miami and to Army," says Patty.
Irma Bombeck," Patty says. Burdines Executive Squad from She also stresses everything out of
"Autumn Is haphazard, but they 1975-79. the drawers (sweaters and blouses) TOMSELLECK BESS ARMSTRONG inHIGH
are the most successful business While living In Mississippi i she met so they can be mixed and matched ROAD Tb CHINA Carrier Riviera Heat & Cool
women. Winter Is cool and not very an old friend who was a fashion consultant with the basics.
approachable. She knows what she's who had studied color analysison Patty will be giving a.'demonstration 3O1 DERIVEINFri. WINDOW UNITS
1 doing, is very organized and the west coast. Through her, Patty at the Keystone Heights Woman's
agressive," Patty concluded of her learned how to determine, define and Club on May 12 and says she will be 'Sat. 'Sun. Moh..
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different categorized women. develop personal color ranges and happy to schedule presentations with ,
Patty's tools for this mission include has since added her own personal other Keystone area clubs as well as '0 ygCANC f
A mirror a very bright light touches to create, her own,, program arrange personal consultations.

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.James W. Smith Agnes Hictfs Conner, of Starke; one p.m. Friday, April 29 'at the New
James William Smith, 34, of Starke son, Clyde Conner of Morgan City, River Congregational Methodist PLUS e
died Saturday morning, April 22, as La.; two daughters Mrs. Cecil Ann Church with Rev. Johnny Yarbrough
the result of an automobile accident. Wright of Jacksonville and Mrs. officiating. Burial will be in Brandy Yum Yum Girls
Born in Jacksonville Mr. Smith Macil J. McCloud of Starke: Branch Cemetery in Baldwin with Archie
was a student at Santa Fe Community Funeral services: will be help at 2_ Tanner Funeral Home in charge DVA2123
College and a member of the First [ IIIIC d
Baptist Church of Starke.\ 11,500 BTU Poling 10,400 BTU Heating
Survivors include one daughter, ; 7.5 t.b.H. II'
Miss Tonja L. Smith and one son -'k-r 'w Q.q : ..
James C. Smith; one brother RonaldD. 0---------- '593.00
Smith; his mother Mrs. Rosha M: ''l/aJP! l/pg ; ) Reg.
''Smith. 'and maternal grandmother, 122.00 You Save

." 'j''''III.Mrs.Funeral LUlie S.services Morgan were all of held Starke at 3'% "I 'Whc. _;:.HpusB-Spectel; l'IJ": M:.w. .n.L4wlL: ..Uf.. .;).:':" 53L\\\\ : mil" fIWt! ( !
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Jones Funeral Chapel with Rev. I Carpet-Dyedj.4gb: ; : ". .".ttr..5 Ben Bryant officiating. Burial was in ,
Beulah Cemetery with Jones Funeral Furniture Cleaned !?$4ffIa! Chair I )L .4495e"Not '
Home of' Starke In charge' ar .: .. . . ONLY
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Timothy V. Dukes Serving all of Bradford and Union County I Hayes ElectrIcAir
Timothy V. Dukes, 23. of
Gainesville, died Saturday, April 23, 1e.a0 .t Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. & Conditioning
from Injuries suffered in an ,
automobile accident earlier in the
day 7823559Lawtey J 355 N.: Temple Starke 96 .8744

A native of Gainesville, Mr. Dukes SAXONYOne (Satisfaction Guaranteed)
graduated from Gainesville High 38 ....
School and was a hair stylist at Mr. of the better carpets is sax Las
Ray's, and was of the Baptist faith. ony,' a plush velvet-like carpet ,
Survivors Include one brother Greg that home with the .
Dukes of Gainesville; three sisters{ provides any .
Sheila Bently of Gainesville, Deborah most fashionable background
Akins and Cindy Nelson, both of Lake decor. But If the more expensive
Butler; his father and stepmother, carpets are not in your line, try SNAPPER'
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Dukes of Lake the many available substitutes _
Butler; his mother and stepfather that are relatively lower priced.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryant of There are many carpets that 1 1'r
Gainesville; his maternal grand- range from the low cost indoor-
mother, Ethel Russ of Brooker and .
his maternal great-grandmother, outdoor range up For'to the whatever most expensive SPRING SPECTACULARFREE
Nita Dukes of Lake Butler. shags. ,
Funeral services were held Mon- your needs are, we can show youa
day, April 25. at 2 p.m. at the Chapelof variety of carpets in several
Archer Funeral Home of Lake price ranges. )" FREE rizer'wort" 81.95
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Butler with Rev. Melvin Owen and See us today, and one of our f' i
'If. Rev. Bill Delaney conducting the ser courteous salesmen will help you "
vices. Burial was in Elzey Cemetery match the price you can afford to I ", .Purchase a SNAPPER riding mower at the,regular chance of disease and insects.TheThatcherzer; ?
i under Home the of Lake direction of Archer Funeral pay with the best quality carpetin retail price during our Spring Spectacular nd' cently'removes harmful thatch easily when used i-

Butler. that particular range. .. i receive aThatcherlzer FREE. with the HtVac"mower Sp save your lawn and *,.

Demery Demery D. Conner D. Conner of Starke.. I Thatch deprives your lawn of air,water and iurvntirdMf this Spring when you a

died Tuesday night, April sot 26. at his fertilizer.Thatch! also Increases the sci buy.a SNAPPER riding mower,=! "
home following an extended Illness. Teal'Tii : Visit your SNAPPER dealer now ,V .4
Born and raised in Glen St. Mary )
Mr. Conner was the son of the late & Carpet
William and Catherine Conner,
former residents of Baker County. He 131 N. Cherry St. a DteocMer M"1, r + e
moved to Starke some 23 years ago
where he was employed by the Starke Florida .
Florida Department of Corrections 964-7423 ,." .
until his retirement and was. a
member of the New River Congrega-
tional Methodist Church.
Survivors Include his, wife, Mrs.// ""I; '':1';..:' I
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'ii H 2-S P m. Public' invite 4/1 'Sort., ": ,m.JR.glolar'. size' 9. Beautiful'suitable
i ;;1I:t tAilS lOf or sand bottomed 117 SERVICES WANTED tfnchg. 7:30: pm. ubllc Invl'ed.7r for prom. Heavy ping pong ---.-.
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( .I .":lake. },In, Hlllcreit. $800 farIng* SUZUKI and OS 7Mh rim Full. I DMIC SfACI lacing 1 l ALCOHOLIC / fI"F.hlt, ) table. Student. dek...new. For Sal. ;' 1:
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(down', $146..44 per month. 19.000 mile, mag very good Lawrence to, Andrew Blvd.' Drugi.Naxt Also 'CAftff NTRV AND MASONRY UCINtlDCOSMOTOlOOISTi. ; : ANQNVMOLUI! Closed .'" *' I t, I ,many other I,....*. 2/Z8 :3 Bit Conc"'ollack
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"i Phone 473-4038 or condition First $1400 will several off ices forrent WORK Building patIos Full or meeting Monday 5 p.III. VARDSAIE Itchg trimmed In brick. locqred
'73-4367 .f_6 p.m1 take motorcycle and a two' M' rear large of building, ,addition .remodeling, part, .tint*. Call '475-22111 ,Open, mtl, >B> Friday 8, .1 at 720 NI 3rd. St. Aeor
: :tfnchg cycle, trailer. 473-3370. facing Flamingo. Call "home*and Die work. FreeentlmotM. Deri1.Hair Cllnlri 4/7 .oro, *slanon. ,Monday|III : Af.,'April 30 9 B m. to 2 lake. .
MAUTIrW tAil OINIVA 4/28-9/5 2lcha 473-3411. 4/7 tfnchg Phone 473-4473 tfnchgMUKIANSt .p."" All I, meeting ,at ., RPV'\ by, IOP8. tlo. Wl, 2 'RIA'.IA', _
'owe** lot from $5,500, .$....2IA'nf HOUSRi family i t DFFICI ''SPACI.downtown during day.'4/7 Ifnchg drummer and Educational Bvlldlna. Com.munlty : ,KeyttoMe Chapter, at the one-lTxIl1.. Living room
$500 down $7174 per room .AI(, .Ben Franklin next fa .Slat Form I CARPCNTIR WORK; *..."player to form Church' 473 2790 or' Keyitone; $tae( Bank pork, I lnd pncfntDoxlrSrvlc : I3'.20'i dining'
''month Discount: on entire fireplace' four ceiling fan, 'Kaytlone Center. 'Remodeling work, kitchen country.rock, trla. 475 313d. ./7 tfnchg Ing' lor. Jol. of u.able I 12-xir ) kltch. roam
'10 acreo One waterfront good neighborhood, SUO/Moi \Cabinet and trim co....... 475-1643. 4/21-S/U4lchg' ,OVIRIATEK ANONYMOUS .'Items on craft to I the ; .n( 17MI7;
: Keystone By (ob-By the hour, .
.,lot.. Call No duet,,f...or ins.Open' chooe from.,4/38 den 12',20' ,with fireplace.WW
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473437! 4/7 Awiumoble,',,3por .
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,tfnchg mertgeige. "473-2337.: : REALTOR, 47 .4MI. 47tM.JMTrli = ; 473-2477 after' B:;MJ' lumbar and food itoro meeting Tuetay', .'*l>. APRIL 2i 8 to S Hutchlraon carpel on hardwood
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COMMIRCIAk 7i30, !! Quality Work et floor 1.76 acre of land.
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PROPIMTY on'corner 4/38-5/3 2tpd tfnchll 4d p.m. 4/7 tfnchg near Keyilone' Height For p m Community leep tape ._
,, of Lawrence Blvd. 190 WilliS II", $500 Six :: mobile home. ., 'CARPIT AND VINVli repair aupolntmwtt call 473.3127. Church educational' Clothe, toy," furniture I IO"abl.PrIe.*. George. Langley
'and Flamingo near SR-100 horsepower Sea King and Jutlilthod with washer and and Inslallatlon. Free After' 6 p.m.fall 473.4281. Building. Me/done1 l.7 -7321. ./29 Itpd I- 47-108t! __. ..i and. SR-21 Intersection.: 10 fl. John boat $250. I ,44,dryer, 1300I_. plus $100 ,..tlmal... Ten years ... 4/28 Itchg H.lllhilA73.279Q./ '47'weaLrnaU''r. 0- I
,' *.po.o.. office com. ton arior press. $I5ota,, dapoilt. 'Call, '473-2747 perience. Call 473-4217: .. .tfnchg ____
':' plexe;corner lot with entrance tiller,$75.1 Phon9348I. Mon..FrI. 9.. p.m. and and ask for Craig,4/1428. -Awv I
on 3-ilde of 4/28 ItcfwL Used
Vjturdoy 9-1./7.21 4tchg 3tpd Mobile Homes '
,r building. Owner financed |'/4 AC prt lthSBI .. ;21 .ffi.' 1 rtAIURi 3BR. lOATH: furnlihed. i IUZ''', ,A newly licensed ,
,,. ,with low Interest. rate. Call '3>f 63 ft. mobile home. fenced yard near retirement home ha* been 2 & 3 Bedrooms
473-4930 or 73' ,,.Totol :,
electric solar hot schools; S18S/mo.. tint opened under my management '
Ifnchg 2' water. ,pull out room 10 by and tail month* depoelt. Hampton.. Florida 37buwKS5ti
;TWO ACRIS LANOi irswood 34 built/ on room attached Call 4734995. 4/28-5/3 I offer the" following services On.fu'U'r warranty
:''. Hill.3 Ditto/ north of carport front and bock 2tpd. ; 24 hour supervision' Complofoly Reconditioned i
KeytoMKMelght. land I I. porch, 13 by 24 utility i ilL, MO8IUHOMII large hot meals, semi-private
..,..cleefeaT ho. utility pole, building. 24 by 34 polo private lot on small lake, roams short or long stay. John D. Brown
septic! tank, and deep well building
privacy fence, IU5/mo.Available May I. In homelike and
)wlth IMP pump. $11.000. fruit tree*, $26.900. On 473-2272 or..733542.2I atmosphere to ambulatory country Home Center \ APPLIANCE SUPERMARKET I
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Terms negotiable or Guitofion. Rood between Itpd senior cllliens. Phone Inc.
": $10,000 coih. AihleyDaklo CR-219 and'' 214. Phone 4682619. 4/14-9/9
152 South Broad 473-7139.412852'pd ',ON SIIVIR RIDGEs 3 BR 3 BAhome. 4tchg '
,Street, Cairo, Co., :31728. 1979 -PLYMOUTH VALAR8 Fireplace double 8K-2I 471-3775: Keystone Hgt. ,
7 .912-377-7496 or, STATION WAGON absolutely car garage: Central heal SPEED QUEEN :iii
912-394-0189. :3/34-4/28, loaded. Lilt. for ,and air. Lake ace.*.. $400 Steve Broadway Washer '
Automatic & Dryer, .
6tchg. $3700. Mut ell, Como per me. Call Century 21, Ramadvling. ? .
STANDARD POODU pup. TREE SERVICE .
we, bet offer 4733559. Showcase Properties '. ,
PIRSt AKC black ochocolat. 4/28 IIpdDININCJ. 473-49O3. Ilchg 4/21 .' N.trd Rsvpalr?. .
.. Dewormed, all TA8lli with 6 Removal CALL /
,hot*, champion blood chair, three leave*. $350. PERSONALSERVICES I Trimming -
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,fine. $250 each Phone Small china H.J. THOMAS'f .
cabinet $133. Free Estimate. } '
,; 54.13M. 4/21-28 2tpd Upright 8 cublcft. fleeter, r _

,1.''with, ACRUi barn'good fenced posture, leptk, 4123.473.2916.,4/28 Itpd..I tABV SITTHl will, ..k..P 1' *Anytime Firewood, 496-3283 m Whirlpool Ll2J: I I '

lank and 'well, $30000 children In my home nights : Repairs. Window Screens Door, I $5" OOff I; : FF1 Automatic I
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.Owner finance, terms.Call Subscribe Today and weekend Call i! 473-4732 Build Cabinets Paint ,, .. EJ Washer.. ,
734027"28 ItpdT97S LAKE REGION 4/14-28 SlchgIPMNO -' -
473-2817. .Bulk) Additions famousStalnleM.
VW BUOl good condition : MONITOR : CUAMNOi: and alt Alt.rP.M. Deluxe
"'..cellent engine. type ofi yerd! 'work i: ,Keystone Height Repair or New Steel'Tub: 0 388
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'.Mow tire, light blu., $975.i 473-2210: Reasonable, phOne Licenced ft lnurd lake Butter' or Starve Heavy Duty '

'i\Phone. 473-4027' 4/28 tpd 4737362. 4/21-28 2tpd L .. NBUY*' 'MAsOO1' ,.. 18 lb. Capael ........ 1

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," ,; 110 W Call Street OFF '13 Ibs.with Air Sweep

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' 4963921Hwy.121 S.. Lake Butler _' ..-.._ ____ '

Open'Mondav. Friday 7:30-5:30 Saturday 7J30-12: noon -
Alan Butch Faulkner!I' /
Ralph Haztn,, Woottington, _
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Wire. .. .,... . clI ; REFRIGERATOR I _

I 5"Gaucho $ 2.2'w _, Dolomite :Calf _Us! .1p.- I I

Barbed Wire .,. . ...** ANNIVERSARY I

25 guarantee CCA treated fence posts SPECIAL I -
"Red'Top" Cattle Panels52"x16'$17.95ea. year Ice maker kit Included I Air ,
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DUTY 48"-5 nOQ, FWMrlIncubators Portable 5. S
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4ft15.95'ea" l 12ft.::;-34.15 each ,14"16e ft.. Clwinlcalafiartee ; II

'6 ft..-21.15 each 14 ft. .-'36.30 each Seeds _

8ft. f 26.35each 16ft.-44.90each ,tOW It r-19'ft. ''Ie.Bam.. Bed 5Cove t
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Apple Trees ..,. . 7 .1.AlTypeICltrusTrees: '",; 8 .88. I 7ft.--$4.50 sheet 12ft.-$7.75 sheet sheet C Cobb Ready '
t '8ft.-$5.15 sheet 14ft.-$9.00 JACUZZI
'r l 9ft-$5.80 sheet 16ft.-$10.30 sheet
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: PearTreea, ."" ,;._. '. .. ,, ea-Btucberry! BUShe,1.'u" I TBZ paste Warmer for Cattle2025

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Fatner Hprs, ,SwHfH.t |t"-; ,, 1 tube I *,, ..

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NIAR HAMPTONAppr.alrn.Nly MORGAN ROAD Classified ,,, r: ;WANTED J 1 ....t$ JPORSAUt-: >t ,' 1 fOR t lf 4':
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: IRA FAULKNER 'AUUNI'IftlmT""' ... ..... ,-- GARAGE' SAlltSelurdey,' :t.Atcf/bus,,rlv.t ,lo osslsU, 'FbR., .,cant a quart awe' plck.asP wheel(MM .Imperil'bubbl* *deals HMO WOT
-' 14 4 solo HIGHWAY W AprM. M "' ........'per ml VNntt.'Anttqu " Kga I AlnHivt nw bride ......' *. "...-...r.t) 'In"V" III'II..hapl..t disabled! *1'\! ; !bdari'.h:1tW: 11t ( ..-.d.NISht. fAT' swNry.: tip,,, : 416.3940. 'IjtId 4(21; $ $ tankR.psks .uuftvaPumplKf
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NNIW. N.Iw. IRA FAULKNER REALTY Thomas oraaiti 'dress form, High( school... license; : and at REAtTOH: :> ]4M-2126 or attar, loCrosse.. Turn right Ml) all or fror! of 100 '
9445045VtRSATUt smell quilt .tops, ladle* leas f. .. _' 496.2903. .v.... "Your on County RoodNW 22Country ft. .*M ft. Gondulo. S.......
PRATT STRUT ii --" "" ..-_. On* ,mil. out on.Breaker one year .p.rl Union County Realtor, tea, ( Star on Ml.) /Ing, cooler. compressor,
Moo<< """-' m retired.Send' -re.ume of r.. !I! .. Field. directly 4ft left, Op.nS..m. ... 275-21W
Rood llchg 4725. 3/26 cooler 1.
Neat B Cosy C/B. 351.2SA. :I ..., *Abisis.Central two .hstteri'd reference to 'r' Monday thru Satur gloss 4240
Wofclng. dlitsnts t* hoot ...! .... 0 Mora -' FURNITURE STRIPPING" AND I it: Complex'of Ita liard. MOM day. 462.1774. )1'Pd.4/21, ,roc*.. Phon* of3S96975.

uptown.. Nicely lendtceped. _....... Will .N.. 5..dIRA s rates SANDINOi, pick-up. Reasanabl and delivery. 369, Roll old. Florida. 32083. 1 tpd 12',

r. .AULKNttIUlTr Call for prigs II.,. Industrial ...r.. .' ..... J.j.J: ._. .. ..'ir.-tIt &" .. J,r..r.n-.r';:"' ... fit i.I "- -- .;.. ..._1I111't1t .
!: IRA FAULKNER REALTY .. CouOdmg. Highway. Complex' of Ralford I ;t 1If """.. ? ".I I"r .'".4I.11IIIt':7'"I. : _....'f 'I".IIUI........".'P'W".,".
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lAWTIV ARE* "$SENT lOAD ERA FAULKNER.44-5045 REALTY ,' '" ': .... t
INSURANCEMAINES 'l
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Owner flnanclag. ....... .....,.nI. poItIe. INSURANCE AGfNCYi -- :! Shuttle Power
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IRA FAULKNER REALTY dock. tH.... T_. Butler. 496-3978 CompleteInsurance :.
COMNEMV ESTATES '
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AMuaiahlo 11%X neon \9 '

106Sm. ...... ...., .....1'....!kitchen. Boy : :
yes EH -106Sm. Brkk. FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS ,
ERA FAULKNER REALTY \Xi: rIli : : .

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Small POLK tram STREET...... 50 ACRESOn m. MACHINES' FOR .. L1.' 4 -J SELL .

.-. ...... C..... M.. Highway 100 W. HWIraittaa RENT Union County Times; ,
89 SW 2nd Av*., lake j\ / 1 .
Fenced bock ,.nI. rod on both utlor.. Phono .96- 26t for .
IRA FAULKNER REALTY .II.... NEXT TOHOLIDAY 'mora Information., TIN .$ ;
9445045isi 7,55900Sae$5,69500 ; LEASE
ERA FAULKNER REALTY INN 10/1. Reg. ,
I .".1G6. Srfek. sear 10 to. ft. :2SR STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT '. '.
EH 2 I'". Flroploco. Approximately 800 square .
I m. Urge kite'... I family fool, for additional Information Fingertip on the; "r'RA ;

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"A FAULKNER REALTY SMALL OLDER TRAILER: FOR IfirlANCING
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HAMFtONAREA FTO
with OAT BUILOINOm '......5 RENT Partially furnished live 3-speed

large rente Chome! ....... Outbuilding ,- SALES [S LBJIIAtK Phone 431.1632. Itchg. Column mounted flncjeinp
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on epproHIniately .....1'...... All kiv.moryincluded. > PRIVATE BEDROOM AND world of operating ocn You.
M acrei. BATH FOR RENTS to N..... tot speed down tot AVAILABLE
IRA FAULKNER REALTY RAIFORO AREAOld pontes even into ravats
smoking working
ERA FAULKNER REALTY person Save
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"'...IG6. Irame hoes on W.Sacres. Worthington Springs or..
"' .fOO. S1OO per month plus 1/2 B-ipood Atultlo power. ,
.106Im.COMMERCIAL m ERA FAULKNER REALTY utilities. Call 496-2979. If 'ittlll liarmmtailon
r ......01' 544104. no answer 4963087. Itchg $1,86400 Um 1-ipeod (S4OKXXOTO ,
4/28. ( mean Yow Implement
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CII 4320 ..|. ft. on onoaero. North off RaHord Rd.. '. Dead
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.... HWY Ml SOUTH Plus Ux when tppficibto JJ W Tractors and Implwmonn i
4 ..t... 3 Ovor ono scr.. deavery charged Engine with o c u lva
phone wl.I..... Very ..._11I.. .Commercial property. twill precomtnutlooettambef A World ot Didoronc
....."...1' priced. ERA FAULKNER REALTY $24.MO. PAY CASH For your : mh
ERA FAULKNER REALTY .- ERA FAULKNER REALTY used mobile 100..... Ray
... 954.5043 '_496-3377.. TFN 1/27.

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BR. 1 BA hem. Owner COUNTRY HOME COUNTRY CLUB HWY. 301 f
must sell. Good financing Brick veneer, 3 BR I'% 10 Acre ...".... on SOUTHOv.r
....11...... All appliances BA. Hardwood floors. 30 Hwy. 230. Owner will one acre |lust outside
Included. acres f_.... hold flexible forms. city limits.

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town with fenced THE TIME I Unique yard with pasts 10 Acres, clard. it }i4L k,3I11 [i f! I jI I 4Ii: II
backyard doubleCOUNTRY to ...re..... this .kerne sod 'many -....... sf ....... 11rs4I Largo ; Illj j+ ,r 1
SsraOat "'. .with 40.swautUul acres In ..s>...._"ltul ..... ...Md.
ERA FAULKNER REALTY. country ..It''". with _.' Nloi 2'.1...... t ......... .' ,. I "t .
-6. 1G61 pecan. trees and ""UN. could be used as 1 BR.' ;: I i I } II 1 I iI II'I1 I *i I'' I j Itipi .i Ii p; t t et1i
Stable. and tack. room. lRA.AUlICNI..A1TY' ERA FAULKNER REALTY

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.1A.AUlKNI..IAiTY 'Classified Ads Landmark Homo on FASTI VACUUM PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL HOMES
:S BR. 1 BA with f(replace
9848088 Get ResultsFARM
beautiful) largo landscaped SERVICES SERVICES SERVICESWANT
m .lot. and II plus .c.... Rd. SALE: FOR SALE

:: ERA FAULKNER REALTYKEYSTONI 135. Only SM.OOO. Will COME TO YOUR HOME i HI'S; SAW'SHOP Comptol* TO blUNk'THAT'S PRICED TO Mill 3'.bedroom,
.NMI0 NEW ft USED '
IRA FAULKNER REALTY I, for professional perms sharpening. service,' circular YOUR BUSINISS both combined ( .
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On Crawford 90 .
hair
; We Our Own cuts.wo.hs and coI- hand carbid.choln, WANT TO '
Finance STOPfTHAT'S
IN TOWN acres with Cedar t [8 Call .' room, Flo* room Con.
oring. far fro "
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KIRBYS .
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Smell 1 I'. 1 BA C/B Homo. estimates carpet
Cypress reasonable .
..."",, ', y ground ond balanced. :.... helks AnonymousM44UO .
.. ROYALS'I floor In mltislv ,
bom Good price. ERA FAULKNER REALTY a/AUO ot. .7970. Karen. Leavo at Jackson Building .*.. 4M
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IRA FAULKNER REALTY EUREKAS 4/07 4tchg 4/28 Supply In Stark. Keyslon residential' a'... Two .
f84-6068 e4-Me' ARIA LAWTEY AREA HOOVERS ARE YOU IN need ei mire. 1 Heights or Lake ......... 156304ALANON block oast of hospital CB I
H LHsfAiios IB aero*. > oars 2 story homo on 4 ...... I ELECTROLUX Ing companlng for so. .TFNchg FAMILY GROUP "horn. 1.978 .... ft. 'Over

m. hlh.., f....... plea with swimming pool. FILTER QUEENS moon In your Jiomo or :I SEWING MACHINES .44-421* ,I.J8 acres of landscaped I
Send PH. m...*. ERA FAULKNER REALTY, I' family. Coll Louis M....... REPAIRED All mokes 11253pd yard large pines and-Other
'SEARS'COMMJRCJAL.
f 4.S S alter 9.30 evenings, cleaned oiled' end od- EXPERIENCED PAINTIRtNeat trees,, ,larg driveway
PAVED ROAD long 20.5 ACRESWith fra.... ........ IRA FAULKNER' REALTY m I !; >*64,"10. 4/07 4lchg 4/28 justed 519. Work work "Interior or exterior: double carport, Ux21
4 aedresm. 1 ....... I with .lots .. We repair all makes LAWN SERVKIi For fro. guaranteed. Jamas Froo estimates.Reasonable : storage '.houje' or shop;.
location
ecro. .... ........ sr... Great frontage on -I06'm. ....."" estimates, call Earl at Strickland comer Morgan prices with. Ins...', refrigerator,
M1.SO. highway. AIYoung'sSines 644513 for Information. .... and Hwy. 16. TFNchg good reference.. Call. range, doubt oven,
US. 301. 123 4/21 2tpd 4/28 1 TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call "04-5177.1lpd4/2B washer, drape Included.'
IRA FAULKNER REALTY Near 20 in 1957' REWARD ffOOi Conflden.tlollty .: the .Office Shop 110 W.
ERA FAULKNER REALTY BROOKE! Lowtey acres. Call %6440.cite. 4'11.....
964.6068 posture, fenced. ; ., "rospoctodi Coil St.. Storko, for details. Itchg 4/28 'J f
'64-106' Oowblewld' mobile 964-6918 Information leading to .....5764.111"- .. hOMES'FOR
m HH LH horn on. 10a.l I.
............ ready to new ...... Start en US.301EXCELLENT1 < recently. BO Kobota dlesel, Doors, windows, .'e: Stark area.
Toms .............. 1/189/LP, ...... color. JACKSON UUDING SLIPPIV "900 at 16X. secured by"
LAWTEY tr MnW Missing 'roorend tinder 64-007S.. Orders also. SMALL HOUSSTln, good top $39.000 properties. Mutt
LA.AYIITTIITIlIT 1/2 ocr with black FAULKNER REALTY ," caw 089 whit* and reo%, taken In lake fuller. topcondition. -. Call sell .because .of _...
budding. ...., priced tosell. .building $19.000. ... LAKE LOTS I It dish orange with greenwood 494-3O70 and KeystoneHeights. 944.7707. Itpd oCl2I. ((904)) '459.1443 between. ,
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FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY .lMIm .From $l ,900, ICW frontage. : : pruner, 74 ,Deula' 4714970.2/26 Ifn COUNTRY LIVING IN THE OTYl -; "I:30 andvl pm,' Monday
IRA Diesel. with through Friday.;,4/28 Ifn.
Mtfl. gray green FAMILY HAIRDISHSNERS' Acreage, large home,
1061 ..... .10<1'
: hood and finders. Call col. chain link
ERA FAULKNER REALTY fence pecans,
m. ,64m. twO 1lEDll00M ....106. l.cI.,904/ ..02f. Itchg" 144 W. Call St., garden area. Close, convenient Family- Hair Deelgnors'
4/W ) 14 W.Cell .
I bath' MObIle homo.Recently MUCH 'L. 94-7303 ....51110. 4/J83tchg' SI.tterke '
tre. TOO HOUSEWORKOiTTINO
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WHsSPERINO PINES BEAUTIFULBuilding Good) I location termsevoJIoWo. Classified AdaGet'Results yflfatn If'et ,.
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.uyl.'i' 9BR Christian housekeeperwith1 AM til 7 PM ,
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I.I _. dobl.rdd.. site. 3 acres onpaved ,Home on '/!I Ac f\\n\\ lot good '........... I S.t-1 AM M :* PM t ,:'!I' ; .
nMted wtth sMmy extnss.ERA rood. SI3.200. 'HOME In country; 139.900.S .. 'also/ do laundry and .Iron' ............... ..GdPsrcta "*sIEWlAnd
FAULKNER REAITV IRA FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER And a apartments. all "Iwvnlshed. AC WITH tARN. septic.f., ;)IngD; 1 am available Monday" Always. Necesswy, "
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....1061 44.5045NEAT ....500. through'ThorKay/1,9P.M. //7Mn r. .
m I iB. well I pump power polo.! write 'and'-contoctt 1 30 >Ve>eOotItJ
IRA FAULKNER REALTY > ) .I'l.l WADPOR9 SEPTIC SERVICE ,
rn .,tor .f f.nclnO.116.5OOlANK Rout 4, (en 1434,' $".,,.. ,.Residential. .lump-outs. !1eP14 AI",hwoILY".........
v ......... e REPCF Conimorclql PI 3'109t. 1 tpd ./21' to # $99* w. also' re-lay drain, 1 R..c..,ll/altlll'itl/ Bai
m property Hwy 30V,. "Jock T.li. slim.. Og
WHITf) MALES M. lines'94-5121. 11/15 Ifn
: r WATER STREET TI..r MaROSIAftEA. flaking....... lot ....."' ... bldg. ;f.400 sq. ,..,:.;0,! I.37oe. ; .nits. Iookl...' wltflf R high' RENT TO OWN. QHIca' fur.nllur O ATTRACTS rjSHI.fIT
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,morals would like to meet ., ,
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: largo :3 I'. 2 I .tram 3 body..,.. 1 both .homo onters 9 ..... has 'furnlslted 'BIAUTV SHOP .' a slim.. femJnlnei. .attractive alculaiors' and typewriters one .heavy, f WORK:!
'. horn*, good owner finan mobile homo canmovo RENO 1.1M. 0 At(MS*MnriM t es TVWkelMsltsrltsUII
2 .. shop skating slnfi; lady who to down tovarlhand r5p
on. wwwy
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; cing.' equipment 28000. .1 d"" .".., P1,014'" r.. available.. Ot,.rent month ,;y
IRA FAULKNER ERA FAULKNER REALTY' c.11stt' .... : water A sower ovolloWe, -2 IR, 2 BA frame home on I,.... ed .Write. P O; Box to-month! Coma by today. CommissaryuFaod
IRA FAULKNER REALTY ..A'AUUCNI".IALTY 2 IIC..CHlAj' torso'porch" I 26432. ''Jacksonville; .ft ",THE OFFICE SHOP,-110* W. w
i ..i 'lB *44.5045 |-rM -| .ra t64-f00E 1B .ra' $' utility rob$ 0'../'',. extra f ,? ?1,!,..I 2Q d / Cell: S,,,Starfc' ..>*.o964vtfn STL221 1e 9153-3611' Store)

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NICE STUCCO HOME TRIPLEX 7' HIGHLAND AREA ) Auctfoll .
.. h_.. notTMA In Forest .......... OTA. Good "Wtcem resorted.Owns Slnglowlda" Mobil. Home' telling fqtnv water softnor.r .' Fn/ : M s.sttsKEMtIMlOafga.sbteY,
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j NOTICE, YARD SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALERECONDITIONED HELP H
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING LITTLE 'or I WANTED
fIT .
EVERYTHING .
should be submitted to th* .Car .tool' furniture", .'MIMOSA, MANOR' MOBILE" ONE ACRE LOtS ml. South FIREWOOD FOR. SALE Oak TVS; Col- '
Bradford County Telegraph clothes.' : Friday.. Saturday, HOME PARKi 'Mobil of 8'orhe and I M mile oH] 4ffr or pin*. 4.4'1/2. length 24" to ''or. starting/ ,at $l30.00.TradeIn' REAL: ESTATE SALESPEOPLE
cord '
1 office In writing and paid Monday'qnd Tuesday. V.... home end spaces for...t. us. 301 In nice wooded price firewood oak S3O *welcome, Phone. Scholar.hlp, available for rWlllf ar
'In odvonc unles credit I I. ,'/ mile* north of Stark Recreational' vehics/ area. All ..""tie>'f crap pin* $10 trucklood. Sun.or 9648212.6/11 Ifn unlicensed peron,. ERA r ( gl

already" ..established with on' 301";( El.l.$:'Norm. ... welcome.. Phone. 46U2912.v .available, ready.kl 10. _'. ,. shine Acre,-Wet 16 Call Faulkner Realty, 964 5069. !
ihl. of fic.J 'lIchg 1 4/28' !.':* :' /16ft.. f / ....,$BO month, available I ......7699. We 'load for you CARS ftTRUCKS 10/28 Hn ;;' REALTY
TNI TUIG.pH'"A" Orf.BAYLESS. HIGHWAYI A 'MOBILE, HOMES FOR RENT, May 15. Call(468-1802.' /2 18 between 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 Subscribe' Tada,1'INTI.NATIONAL I !

CANNOT M MID RESPON t big, 'Variety. Ml*. Hurry far 'i On. ,..11. from Stark city 2tchg 9/09 p.m. Mon-Frl 12/16 Hnt OIL I i
Still. FOR MISTAKES IN >,,beebuy*. Thu.101' "limit. CI.on. Hwy 16 w. '1"" SUMMERHOUSE BEACH COCKER SPANIEL 6 mo. 1947 4x4: WILLYS' DRIUERSt. Now hiring for t'
PKKUPtGood
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AO M ..t<*82 ., Call 468-1323 10/07 tfn. ,RACQUET CLUBiOcaan., old.. full blooded. $100. rubber brake "roughneck and some field amI': PHONE' 984-7776 JJl
TAKiN OVII foe .\**! ,OR'SHINEi'Saturday: I'KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom ; 'front condominium rental I, without' paper. Call Ed new stall: Mutt train. $20000 : I

TELEPHONE. '-J. Baby cloth. ., toy,, *,far," rent at \flow' 'weekly .or monthly., Fully Green, 964.6090. ../21 2tpd 964-9079 tale: on 964.8504.07 trade $800. plu.. For Information call TERWILLEUR 205 N. Yemple. Sfarke I
Call *"* or. .. ((3U) 920-967S Ext 2729B
Classified deadline I I.TUESDAY skat., dishes. ,curtains, weekly rotes. Temple furnished 2 or:3 .... Tennl.'I Ifn .
NOON prior la .u'o cassette. top: deck.:2' 'Motel." 964-7397.. 9/16 racquetballpealbeach.AlA l' ,.. RANGER wood burning thermo IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY '4/07 4tpd 4/28
EOW/Hn tot control' dove. Call WORK AT' HOME Job
;Thursday publication. "mile west on.Slat. Mood BIOMESor" South St. Auguitlnei) '964'91621 2tpd 4/28 JEEPS FOR $44 through the. .available. Substantial ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE?
CLEAN MOBILE : earning
Minimum charge '!1. is 16. I tpd 4128 1.9001..71.1503./28, 6tchg U.S. Government? Get the' DO YOU WANT BENEFITS? INVEST
TRACTOR NOW I
jwords' for $2.79 then 10 .'11. B SAT.I'TJIJ J MM lOUtl'i > On Hwy. 16 W. Close 4/02 Maey-Ferguon. poMlbl No ex
'cent for" etch" word. Wood craft and lot of to,prlion. Call 468-1323. 12.M MOBILE HOME the' 169 dlMol. New molar fact today! Call ((312)) perience. Call ((312)) w. hove some opportunities" for ;Investments you
thereafter.. things. I Comar' Broadway 10/07 Hn. country unlurnlihed. $169 Phone 964..622.21 2tpd 742-1142 Ext. 609. 4/14 741-9780 Dept. 2120 for information 'would not believe. Come In, v.." with us and talk/ I'

and Cantor ,Street*, llpd I WITHIN CITY LIMITS 3 BR, plus $100 deposit Now 'AIR 4/28 CONDITIONER:25,000r I EOW 5126'I9It 4/21 2tpd 4/28 things ever You'll be glad you did. John M Is sure !
"Stank Nurjlng Ham* 4/28 '.I'/i'! BA home. $379 per taking appllcallen CHEVY 4.4t Low CRUISE SHIP JOBSI Great Income glad' HI! did'' I l'
btu. Soars window'
unit.
mileage, excellent coodUlion.
YARtfSALR WESTERN AUTO SIDEWALK:. mo. $200 security deposit 9649734. tchg 4/JO: Ud two' .ummr*. $7500. Call 964.4246 potential. All occupation BEAUTIFUL. HOMES-BEAUTIFUL TERMS
,BOB S.Ciey| Road SALE required. Call 964.7404'olld .Hi MUROSEi2 BR mob'irhorn. *. For Information
$5.00 watch... fur. a Chicken*. all breed 4/28 after BEAUTIFUL PRICES
Thvf* . *
,...... .t.4"..... *. TV oil. .refrigerator. After 9 P,M., call 9647669.. carpet phone 479-1970.) "HORSE FOR SALE Good 66 Short FORD wheel 3-ped.' 6 truck cyl. ext 2120. 4/21 2tpd 4/28 .BOTH TOWN COUNTRY Ye., you con have your
Odd '" lads, grapevine toy fl mar.. Friday 8-9: 4/14 tfnchgON tchg 4/28 natured and gentle. With base EXPERIENCED MAID N6 cake and eat It tool Ye, you are |lust minutes away
wreath*, belted good. Saturday e-3.'Itpd' 4/28 4 C>> ORIFFIS. LOOP 2 BR"furniched ,NEAR ORAHAMV 1 BR, laddl, "S4SO. On Crlffi 468-Look.1.123.21: and runs great.4/28 Call phone call, Apply In per- from town but have ell the beeuty a country setting' I
or unfurnished mobile ham. Air and Loop 96+58112;11pd 4/28 2tchg on.T Rene Motel', 1900N. Largo, elegant brick ham with a sparkling. Impressive
mobile .ham. $149 per heat completely. furnith.ad. BUCKSKIN MARE Goad with 74 OLDS SPORT Starflr: Temple Ave? Starke. private, 20' 40' swimming pool.' Selling price
Lood d.
month $100' depoilt. Call $60 per weak Col( children. Call 964-6998 P/S auto. Iron 4/21 HnBRADFORD 73000.
POP WARNER'SBRADFORD after 4:30: p.HK or all day '489-1371. llehg /28 altar 5 p.m. or weekend, Call 1-468-1323.4/31 3hg COUNTY ROAD QUIET RETREAT ON 4.2 ACRES on 225A. Energy.111-
"121. .
Sat.. 5..n.or Monday. NICE ROOM AND BATH, Itpd 4/28 DEPARTMENT hot im. dent
nearly stucco homo features
new great roomwith
179 VW .
DASHERt4pad.AC.
9648704. ltcha458JAPARTMENTSi 1978 FARMALL 140 TRACE mediate lob opening for a
'COWBOYS'j private 964-6O39. ,
/ TORi2-14" bottom plow. ,AM/FM, 3800. Call qualified parson with fireplace. Only $3*.'00.
are Furnished effklency 4lchg 916APARTMENTil dish harrow, col. planter. M*: Brawn -964-8272 varied *kllt.. Application HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUE A 3 BR.2 BA brick home
having a and ana bedroom BR with living cultivator plow, quick weekday or .964.4034after will .be accepted 7:30 with L.. DR. K, enclosed, garage en Parkwead. Askinganly
apartment All utllltle I Included. room 'Ig. lltchen and living hitch .... .. from : $41,000.'MOVE .
CAR WASH & WAXat From $120 connection fertlllrero 6 p 11chg /28 a.,,,. to 4 p.m. at 812 B
,.r araa and bath N distributor. 6500. Call )1W9 BUICK SKYLARK 4-dr. Grand Shoat April 28 thru RIGHT IN this charming brick 3 BR 2 BA home I .
month
the Cherry St.28 Inquire 2tchg at 201 S/09 N.. children. Phone 964.6234 473-4790 4/28 2tchg !/OS salon, 'V.... auto. tran. May 5. 1983. Equal Opportunity with larg.family room with fireplace located In canvenlent I
lleha28 UTILITY BOX TRAILER $250.: A/M Club '
P/S. radio A/C. New Country area. $10OOO cash to
20x38 WARfHOUSEl80l N. FOUR ROOMS ANO BATHlFurnlihed : 4 000 lb., cop. Phone' Employer.. tchg mortgage-
COMMUNITY BANK tire 72.000 original' miles, 428MEDICAL Priced to sell.
Thompson St. $175 month apartment, $HI 0 I 9648662. tpd 4/28
Extra Cleanl' Call Slav TIRED OF CITY
Phone 473-4728 "/28 rent mm. : UVINO Three LIVING See this great buy. Only
SUITE
Itpd plus$SO BOOM
Sat. April 23 & 30 WALKING DISTANCE TO depotlt. No pet ecurlly. N Oroom I $290. Call .Thomas, 473-4260 alter 6 TECHNICIANilawtey Correctional minute and. you'r on thre .beautiful.. acre* with a

TOWN,2 'BR, I.. BA unfurnished .. Utllltl.. Aha three I 964.671 tchg 4/28 p.m., .anytime on. Institution I Is accepting neat brick home, garage and all facilities for trall.r '
from 9 am horn. CH/CA. furnlthed apartment, NEW POTATOES Red Bill. weekend. tchg 4/28 application for hook-up. Accent on Value "*.000. l'
2-20x20 room*. $300 per light and hot water fur- $7.50bu.h.l.. Phone 71 DODGE PICKUP 6 cyl., this position: Beginning CROSBY LAKE INLET Great fishing laka. Frame

LAND month.. "00 security nl.hed. $160 per month 9646528. Itchl4128.A'A.TMINT. ,,3".p..d.:73 FORD alary 12.564 annually homo, stove, refrlg., some furniture, storage bldg.,
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BUSINESS dopcwlt. Phone 9646098.Itpd : plus' $50 lecurlty deposit. GAS WAGON 302.eng. Require graduation from fruit tree I pretty flower $30.320.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALES 428OCEANFRONT No pet*. Phone 964.8071. STOVE Good condition Toe automatic. Your choice, High School and three LAKE BUTLERS-COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BESTln this 3
.. Al Young Vacuum, $500. .Call after S PM, of Para.Prof eulonal
year .
brick .
CON'DOMINIUM' Itchg /28 ..... BR on two beautiful acre .In best location.
> liNT Hwy. N 301. tchg 4/28 .8500. 4/28 3tchg 5/12 Nursing experience Or .
financed
RENTALS SHOP FOR Owner .
OPEN THAT BUSINESS IN ACRE LOT on SR-227 facing RallordRoad. PUMA CAMPER*' 1966 CHEVY PICKUP .390 from school ._
graduation a
Weekly OI'onlhly..fully. .. Call 96+5882. Itpd TENT CHARM AND COMFORT ef nearly flew 3 BR. 2 BA -
STYLII Ron to own or runt Brookor Rd. Selling prke. Sleep box. love, V... 3/4 ton Good condl.tlon. of Practical'. Nursing
furnished 2 or 3 BR. Pool.Jow.lBach. 28 stucco In Connerly Estate with traditional .
.. fireplace I
month, to month Officefurniture 16000. $1,000 down $229 canopy other ace..01' Call 964.6365 or meeting the minimum .
,, typewriter*, per month, 1SX Inter**!. A-1 A. The South OceanGallery. St.,. SI,200. Negotiable.. Call ......6553. I tug /28 standard, of the Florida pretty fully equipped kitchen on lovely acre of land. -
calculator' Also have one Ph. 964.5606. 2/24 Ifn Augu.llno. WANTED 964-6960 after 9 p.m, 1 tchg 79 FORD COUItIEItElCcoll.nf .State Board of Nu..lng.APPL' CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESl Center lot-Appro.

copying machine for ....,. IV OWNER On. to 5 acre 4/28 6tchg 1.904.471.6663. .4/211. 'condition hone 9647604. ( In parson or phone 1631 *q. ft. In homo. Flagstone fireplace. 2-car enc
CONTI COM'ILAiOM SKit
Com by today. THE OFFICE tract, 10,19, 20 acre 2 i BR. family room with >'AXLES A TIRSSI' 2 axl I.* +,4 Two. "' 0. Excellent condl- 4/28 2tpd 9/09 the. P.rsonn.l"Office at garage Lake access to on. off our mast beautiful
SHOP} 110 W. Call St., tract and up. River and fireplace living room din. tlreij. w. pick-up $100', lion Call 964.6137 alter 9 1973 SW PLYMOUTH SUKIR-', 9047823811. Equal Opportunity .lakes. SPI5'.OOO..ISTATI .
Starka: 964.974. tin pond' lot. PO. Box. 1. Ing room kitchen, ocr_... You deliver, $141.: Olin. p.m. t' IAN Clean good condi Employor. tchg SALE IN LAWTEViRoam to roam. Brick home
OWN YOUR OWN Jean. ,Graham Fl 32O42. Phone ed porch. Phone 964-9599. Mobil Horn Sale. Hwy.' GOATS Stole feed young lion. $800. Call 964-6092, 4/28 situated on 4.7 Impressive fenced acres w/barn.
Sportwar* .Infont-pratan 489-1042,4/21 2tchg4/28 llehg /21. : '. 100 W Storka. 9649606.'. blllle for BBQ Breeding Itpd 4/28 THE CITY OF STARKE Police Perfect for pastures 8. riding ranges. '"
or LadIt.pporei >tor.. Vt CINDER: BLOCK en dead end TFchgSubscribe lock, of.pet*. One nubian MSS DESOTOi Antique' Department to now accepting LOCATION, LOCATIONiThls distinctive :1 BR. 2 BA
ABOUT 30 ACM
Offering all nationally Nearly road 3 II. kitchen. 1% Teeay I IWANTEDiOLD billie. 10 mo. old would .tatu*. one owner..Good application' for the home facing golf course hoe Itl I Great. Immaculate
known brand such a* Jar. mil. '. onllng 'U'S. 301; bath tcreen.d porch. TOOLSOLDSTANLEY make .outstanding h.rd. operating condition. $900 following position: Dlipat- property with custom drapes, super kitchen
dache, Chic Lea, l.vlk CKTOM from, Highlbnd fire About 3 mile outh of PLANES hone e blllle-. M.F, Wiggins. ,Firm. Phone 431-1661. cher/Policeman. Would fireplace, 2-car enc. garage, greenhouse. Fantastic
Vanderbllt. Calvin Klein. .tower. Ml and ''dry. SK- Stark: Call 964.6629 alter 964-8331: 8 a.... to 5 p.m.1 964.8592'ol1.r' p.m. 4/28 Itchg 4/28 prefer certified policeman.The view. Owner financed
''Wrangler' over 200 other cellent, building. no pro: 5j p.m. Itpd ./28 or 468-1991. IIf... 2tchg S/O9 |ob will be port.11m. .COUNTRY ESTATE.Impresslve 3 ER. 2 BA brick home
brand.. blare" with septic tank. law S.iTwo'o..t.) 18.000 BT|GIBSON room air dispatcher" and part-time .
to .
$7.900 $24.500 NEAR HISTORIC ST ;AXLES 4'n conditioner. Coil cleaned BRADFORD with family room S fireplace, large porch 2 car
.'Include* beginning .Invert- '$60.000. Phone .*..101.. AUOUTINEiOcanfrontcondominium and four tire. Hlghe)I 'new .motor Sept 1982. policeman. Starting alary, garage, trailer hook-up facilities, t other amenities.All .
tory. airfare for ana to 4/28 Stchg 9/26 rental. price paid Gr.."',* Coll 1.-6602. ?207 N. RENTALS. $160 per week. Must be 18 located on eight, .beautiful acres |lust east ef lawn
Fashion' Center.' training' Weekly' or monthly rental.f .. Welding Shop 301 South; Church !i'. Itpd 4/28 and high school' education.
rurs...,i grand ...-Inll',t.l, .LOST/FOUND.. f'r .. 11I,'fuUy lurnhhadr. pool,' ,Stark. Fl.' .....110I"/0. <, 2 COMMOH; SHARES Five forjfcm' .9&.4.880liii. ,.Application will be picked Nevis Word 4-74S4 Wayne Dauglet.*4-S 3)
;. o..t..P\.t, o" Mr t !, L-L "4tchg ./28 ! .. : M, ,ti"i ;JtiiMjjLi! >''iiml iijiiiiiiuiwrrTtiiiiiiiiPOUND { I ,JIMI;"11wJIRi1tnLRolnslutl4ti1, '' : | i! iB"munlV. Bank ? MtHrtfi ,I I'I,. ef Cj'VIlHolI. Si'. Anne.T.IU..arN..o..7S-167., \.- a- -
I to+v : OOI; ; tA:: G"'I'I Plot"to: ....'A.1.A ,.,""South, 's>,. .BLACK AOlive ND Wmt tHt''tOi- Stttrfce'.'tlOO., per .,chare.II .' WE NOW OFFER* '.,4 Os> 428M r -Hi
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POSITION AVAILABLE ata
I ''J Augustine 1-904.471-6355. repair.'. Buy, wl Write. P.O. Drawer A, r
MOBILE Kent Office Furniture andEquipment. 4/28. 6tchg 6/02 or trade. Hlk. *..and Sam' Sttrfc<*PI| 32091. Itchg Lawn Car Sorvlco Joint Commission accredited ubscribe
Rent to own *r CUTE: CLEAN HOUSES 2' Electronic. Cal> 964-47K 4/20 4 /Mowing & Edging hospital' soon to Today
HOMES month to month THE OFFICE ; expand to a 70-b.d capacity BRADFORD
SHOP. 110 W. Call St., bedroom, .I bath Yard for more' information,193tMn I' CARS (1001" TRUCKS $7If If you want our with new poti.ntcare Subscribe; COUNTY

fOR SALE Stark. 94-9764 tfnBRADFORD ,- 333 No. Walnut St. $350 Available at local gov't. /avlcak. gtvo 'UI a facilltle and special' cora
WILL COME TO YOUR HOMI. TELEGRAPH
a monthflr -lat month ,
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unitCompetitive
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rant depotlt. Call 964-7347 FOR profelonal perm 312-931.-5337, Ext. 2729 8 964-6305
A. W MOBILE HOME SALES or: 533-2157 4/28 tin .hair Cuts wah. cole. *e for your directory on how 'u.l', and fringe "benefit. 'Applicant Shop & Compare!!
Bradford
New".andl.ed Mobil Ing. Call 'ot 'f... to apply at
[ purchate" 407tpd Special Insurance for
"' LIMEROCKALES.7$23172' Hospital,. 9646000 axt.
Homo* for ral.....Walter estimates. Raonabl" 4/28 ,
(Bud} Alvarez invites'you 3200 Sq. Ft4Warehou.e rates 964-7970 Karen- 'D.W. MOBILE HOME on. I 141. between I-S p.m. Mobile Home Parks
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leld lode .. Monday through Friday. All types or
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to c_ 'out. and brows. /07 acre. A/C C/H- BR, 2
E.O.E. I tchg 128'MISCELLANEOUS
Highway'. 17. 'South.Palatka :.lldg.. Send'Top bath, \I'o..d'In' on homeowners policies for .r,.< ENN'il Its'Tit*.,...,
,.Florida. 339-9Sf: Sail. .UrapBariiilmereth [I.COO .... M. all.lc.. er retail SubscribeCall !' highway 1/2 .mil* city mobile homes. DOG REMEDIES

or. 320.46523/31, tin an. Leading _k. 109 ft.eH 964.5839.4/O. ', 4tpd 4/28 Call for Quote *
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Call 964-5294 964-6305 ,/ ;, : 'FOR LEASE ..ESTAUIAHT.D.bra' OlliVs' Mobile |
: 1 ':: Country Kitchen.Seat Home Sales
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WAYNE "KINNEY' Gainesville Sun 964.511 J.! I tchg 4/28 Elaine M. Olin, Agent
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ELECTRICAA HEATING I AIR COND.REFRIGERATIOj Route Carrier 964-5606
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FREE 24 HR, 468-1455 ForStaik.. Hampton Keystone. Hill .

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---, NORTH. CAROLINA 964-8170 Eric Getts 378-1416' : Don HIII.. Owner 1 ..... maicml' wu ..., mm ,,,..,,
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COIl: Lorae timber cover : Inc. Refrigerators' Lake Butler Farm Center

t : this tract. All.. \ltll""' .*. .REDUCED) 3 BR. 2 BA-Nice .layout-Screened ..... .' i\ 238 S. Walnut SI.Stark SR 121 Lake Butler
and double. -lot* of eirtro Call today
19330.00 Total ('Price large car garage 496.3921
,.z I 3 Bedroom Apt' .. $830.00'down' payment, far details.. ., Florida Him Jxt ....Owl 'II Anew IMI ...,

FlOTl'HO" M "297"' OMume lean/ a3 BEDROOM 2 BATH-Over 1550 square feet large ,96.c.5au"I.JIS4 I

1 t fence IN"back.'") yard. Just right far' a. growing. .. family :\.. .:/_ "'3.3$" c:::=:J
1 I '1330 .Hou>. :orr 'lak*: } $5/oto. Wall
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>LOTS jttartlnsj; at $S,800-Great term. *-Near
t I t ,.;....,_ Phono 9Q4,6312 rock llreplace'cuitonr. |kits Keystone $ttotght. FLORILAND REALTY .Drilling,

.....-. chen ,Scra.n.Qrr' 10n36'-' el Bedroom'- 2 Beth-Perfect let the "I"| "* starting ',' ; ;"
Irontd.ck'overtookingIak..n;, : family" "located. In Saratoga Height*..-Call far detail. '964-7700 .2>. thru 6"
,Hoe ',}100 feel lake Far mar k'Infermetlan. ... these end ether !. Fast Rotary

frontage.. Peved road Iron proe.rtlM..Cet| Today!I I U.S. 301 South 393 N. T.mpl* 4v.., Stark*.

.. .. ,. tag*.Immaculate beautiful i '** : Vernle. P. Odam Broker Gilt Drilling Equip. $
.ettlng. Plenty of ..wimm"If. TMlchaol; Coonoy, Roaltor9yt447083 Stats
I ,' boating, and |lust W0 iveaings-964-t17' J. O. Odom.r.. Associate 'I ... . Licensed. ill
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.' '. ". ." .'.::1 :', sites,;great access. lovely TwaJIshlng pond ......ed. Many,ether feature. BiSales-Parta-Servict}'

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tz 'Mgog! I :;';: to build ,an $6790.09: excellent OHLY; r., ,. .14'1'vfc .
t.rms.t'$1500.00
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B4'jrls't nMty'r0in aild carpeting; /
't' aver 200O lltlincj..Wh> hav : LAKE GENEVA 10*< (oat **>.,.Ieli.r0ead beach Remodeling Repair,i

II wilr ta Buih/ri. t c.1s .jte i; Estot.on all type" of property. from J I' on your lot;, .> ... .. 4. .MTeely 1 Umeeteped .........,...R,.J BA home, large' 1- ...*f.rtlp' ."!.i,,iv. 'j. j
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Putts ION April ZH, less ,

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:; In Loving Memory,' < ,. ;: ". / :} ; ; Ma i
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: Of My Niece, Deborah JCite'V \\14'<>r. ,,: f"'r,':'; .t ',:,'Latf>,is"ew/ ; public defender "' '.,' uI".". Opportunity ; ':.
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: Deceased,April 27, W fe'1;. : .
1; !t1 :: New 1 a l'J Cona 4.S.itclitrr} Wit{ 00; '.f". 'y i"a' "I: ,
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l't\ on the court scene in Bradford r' \ < :'1' ;.
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'9 d '";: you to much but life mutt go on. ;< <> Public Defender\ Martha Lott, wM a1) I I.1.
: The good times we shared In our life together started work the first of December. ....... -..... leis. with .Wong .wtl.I.,ng skill. .,. i
} Are what makes It tauter for the memories we have to treature. < Ms. Lott has lived rfer.V N '
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.' We our love'to freely because loved Gainesville for ",, ....Itun-enll"., ...eemp.try.. ... .M.1. tr. : fIo''II... fI' :fhft :
gave we you to .,. the past twelve years where shd .I 1. I/f. \\(: -.11.. / ;l.vellnwyof, 1'1.1lJ''Ii.%. 4" ,,, l
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t The heal ladies and alto'' the tear el/l// coma and go. received her undergraduate In/ 'I i 1 n Nega.d"' wltl oA}nnc.:t.'N/yh velY. .. I 7
degree
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_' '""lljftmt there wilt never.be. an end to the grief that we feel but maybe with. psychology Taking time off to marry ....,...... In leko turtM. ..M| ........ ,I' ..- .'.
:: time the heartbreak will .1. and have 1 Colt ColLctt Fred Powell 1 I
she
a baby! then returned to \ .: : : ,
,('keep In touch with your little girl, the't seven years old now the VF to the l law school. r 'Ar iCod.l3703a30 oj
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'. t promise at long, as I live, I will 'In tome way,somehow ,' Since her ;graduation from law kr ... .: .'. I.,.;
In closing Dears we're loo'dnlforward to that glorious day '. school she "
'' .When' ,we. will be' together,forever, to tay. attorney' before worked joining with a the Gafneville public .. ,- ". :)r I
: ., Genevieve(DeeDee! >Sol no A Mother defender's'office In Gainesville. Ms
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: and little daughter Barll.al.yn. Lott has been in the Starke office '\1, \
I. j'. since the first of December.Ms. "
'.' .. ..1 t Lott handle misdemeanors, .!
i Juvenile, traffic and on ,occasion '
.. ";:: In Loving Memory felony cases fof Bradford.'Union and
Of our"wife and mother who departed on April 26, Hit: ; ,,, Baker Counties. '' .,1 ,
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Although you left us;you are still In our hearts and very sadly.missed o.II..e When asked If she 'enjoyed her Martha Lott: ".
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:, all.Your husband' '; C.J.,' Children. and grandchildren Mary Little,Alma.Alber-'. work, Ms. Lott responded ah..lJked. lawyer they sometimes feel j they just Give! A Mother'a Cake-:for:,Mother's Day:' ,
It aiol.Her, first concern is protecting won't have one, however?the clients
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ta. Mercedes' Maevla' Shirley. C.J. Jr. Dozle Ted, Andrew Gwen.* and the civil rights of the Individual coming to the public defender'office "
Mifce. :. i. but she also enjoys working with the'' here soon gee they will be represented
individuals as well. ' '. seriously and a,Individuals,said Ms.
If people can't afford,.their 'own .. Lott. Mother
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Attention! Thanks
Card of
'''lroin' ,We would like to thank the many .
Get Your Prom Accessories Such Garters"
as .t
"friends, neighbors and relatives for
'Grandmother
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I the kindness and sympathy' shown V'' "' '
,during the death of our loved one. For Aunf
from the OFFICE SHOP
no W, 'Call $i. the abundance of food, beautiful Sister ,. ,I
flowers, food and phone calls. Cousin. .
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Neighbor '
: ,' '. ,', .' Your kindn.es -deeply will, ap- .MotherinlawPastry :
rp'ermembered.aGod big each. and
'ittw .,br everyone of you., : '
The family Shop
'of Jack Crawford" .
,',."'" r. 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890

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A single telephone call, regardless of the hour will
relieve you of the responsibility and worry in making needed '.
arrangements when a death occurs out of town.' ,
i Dealer The Jones Funeral Home maintains contact with funeral

e directors throughout the country. They.are qualified and,
experienced in handling all details in the time of emergen-
Invoice cy. These contacts assure you of responsible assistance in '
meeting all of your detailed wishes. It's worth remember
ing. '

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.I Girl Scout Troops 80 _nd isj; sixth 1 80. and' 83- -have been planning' I
grade, juniors, spent the Weekend,of Troop
to Savanah' for :
six months
:and 10 in :
APru ?i9 Savannah Ga; 'while they sold cookies for -
when they stayed at the topay
YWCA while
they toured the home of their travel expenses; % rt I
Juliet Low, They traveled II
the/ounder of by cars drlven.by
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mothers and leader' Pauline Carter. +r I
Brownie Troop SM has been learning Others! attending to assist the leader n1,Yti .
the fundamentals of camping for ''were Carolyn'(. Austin Kathy and : /
the last few months, and will now go .1,. Kristl Coleman, Michelle Grant, end
,out and use their new found skills on a' Joanne Wyman. I

campout scheduled for the'second f,,' ,', II
i weekend-In Ma:;. The Seniors of Troop 1 would like to r i; #; ( 4 k; ; I IP
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The girls made express their thanks to the communi ..fi'r I
macrame candy. ty.. and to Miller's Supermarket for '
canes to be sold as Christmas decora-4
their support when the girls were sell ) ,a'
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Keystone area parcelsconsidered I 1




for rezoning: ;;;


Eight separate parcels of land business. !
:Ioca'd In the
Keystone Heights area Other applications for rezoning of ,
are up for rezoning at the April 28 property in the Keystone Heights
planning Commission to be '
meeting area include: .
held in the Clay County Court House
"Application by Frank and Melba Il
'In Green Cove Springs 7:30 p.m gen to-"BB" Intermediate Business
Planning Director Dick'Post says for an auto part store from "BA
he has 20 applications to be, considered Neighborhood Business located on
that evening and foresees south SR-21 at Holly Hill Road beti
burning the midnight oil. ,
ween Keystone and Meirosc.;'
Several' parcels bordering north' Application by'Ervin Triest, to --
SR-21.re up for rezoning to ")JB" Intermediate rezone to"BA-1" Light Neighborhood visit holne iltxg'., I
Business' classification, Business for a beauty shop, front KH Girl Scouts founder's '
which according to Poet is the most "RC" Two Family Residential Scouts'and Waders shown on the front steps of the Regency: townhouse la Fourth row are Shannon Allen, Tracy Coleman. Erika Grant and fifth row, 0
Intensive commercial classification founder of Girl ScouU was.born. Debl. Richards, Robin Redfearn, Iva Slgnore.
District located on Commerlcial Cir Savannah, Ga, la which Juliette Lowe
in the Clay county toning regulations Shown here 'This will definitelx Increase the cle.Application by Pinebreeze Farms Crlswell, Kim Teeters. Far left are troop leaders Joanne Wyman and Pauline Carter. Not shown i''
value of the property says Post. Inc.,, agent Cnrales R. Edwards, Sr., Second .,.. Bust Ponder! Julie BajrroW and third row. Sherrl Wells,'Amy are Carolyn Austin Michelle Grant Kathy Coleman and Kristl Coleman 1
Rezoning on separate SR-21 Melba to rezone to"IA" Light Industrial for. .
Is being sought by Frank and egg. processing plant 'and storage I -;" -' '-.. -
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J. Richardson. Pinebreeze Farms, Inc. Is located
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The Ilgen application Is seeking to proximately one mile from ,south,
change Melba. Il en's office zoning SR-21 on CR214.Application Happyt
from "BA"' Neighborhood Business by 'T.Il. and Judith
for Uses Permitted 'to "BB" Intermediate 'Bruning, to ,rezone to '"$B"" .Intermediate -' ,
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Business.' Business from,
The Hensch rezoning application Is "A"Agrlculture for Uses Permitted.,
on property adjoining Leonard Jones This property Is located on the northeast
;Shop on SR21. The' corner of SR-21 and CR-352 (Spr '
Richardson application Is on property tog Lake Road).A site plan which ao
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.where Clarke's Meat.Market Is now companies the application indicates a ) t :::
located. Both of these parcels are convenience> store with gasoline, ..W'Mothes:
presently zoned ."BA" Neighborhood pumps. ", "



I KH items 'of interest...


Tennis Lessons Matthews,. who is a, certified : Day
Emergency Medical Technician,
says
Tennis lessons, offered through the
i early registration ia urged as she will
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Staff Development/Community !only beable to accept 12 rr t 4
fairs office,will begin the Keystonearea p t I '. > > j'? "i'; > 5L -
The class will be conducted' J/om 7 1' "
Y k
the first week in Maf 5 : : -
.' lop.m.e p ay y:Jt'. ay II' r C, havercspecialopur .
"Mr"' gts snsiehtwent claps \ .To sign'up' call 473-3630.: ''r
at the Keystone Heights High Sc1,ool'' The >swim 'program" 'will1 be" hv, :. "= ter chase of lOO's of Picture ,
tennis courts on Monday and structed by Jim. Davie add the Frames. .
Wednesday-children from 4-5 p-m, Keystone public beach May. 16 .j
and adults from 5-6 p.m. through June 4.In order to qualify the Give.Mom orGrandmother
The fee is$20 fore weeks.For more participant must be able to swim 5O!. ;.
Information concerning registration! meters. '' a

please call 473-2011. Anyone interested in signing up for "+ Framed picture oft
; this program should caD Davie at
welcomes
TOPS new 473-7086 before May 16. the kids.
:
members -
Keystone Take Off Pounds Sensibly Teacher appreciation day'*
'(TOPS) NO.' 31',' welcomes anyone The annual "Teacher Appreciation
wishing to take off those extra poundsto Day//' sponsored by the Junior. I All Frames
come join their group which meetseach Woman's Club, la set tomorrow, Friday -
Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the in both the high school and f
Conference Room at Clay Co-op' In elementary school. e t 2 5 %off
Keystone. Each year the Junior Woman's
''Club provides refreshments In the All Frames In Stock
Bloodmobile in KH May 14 teacher's lounge for their enjoyment ?
The Clvitan Bloodmobile will be, 'during lunch and at break time. This
parked at the Community Church In the Junior Women are encouragbg
keystone" on'May.14.'from.* !von. to I the public to Join them in treating

p.m.Blood.donations-. can; be credited. to'' ,the teachers, appreciation of,theirendeavor

'donor's choice of account, '
SVVCCAC to meet quarterly
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Life Saving-CPU set '.The South Western Clay County Advisory -; .' ; '
In conjunction with Life SavingSwim Committee which previously :>'i
Program to be given In May, met once a month, will be meeting
f!! ,Candle c Pulmanary Resusitation quarterly Instead of monthly.The Hallmark ?
V (CPR),instruction will be given' by next, meeting will be .held In .'.( _
B..1:Matthews beginning' May' 2 at.the. May, "' Plaques, Cards,
fire station,
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! .. Orange April The 16 Invitational,Park proved' High to i Track be School. Michael grades Capper, 1 Booth, 2, and,', Marc Elliott 3- Jamie Cole Capper.Booth,Roy,*. 4. ; /i t t, ',.. Nugaf :for! lei owl;,, ,.,. J : :.. _Music. .Boxes, Pendents", .

competing for the Keystone "orenarm, Mark Ivey, Jonathon Ku -' 'k' ;,;" cirandma .- "Wrist Watches, Recipe
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, tary track team with eight Chad Mosley, Billy Redfearn,
I tary and three,.middle<< Richards; Mike Nadeau Kim :+ !,: Boxes, 'Jewelry Boxes I
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.tlct.attlnfl.! ', Mary Rucker, J MfOthea 'iag5pecl'aly'
determinatioe' :' Slrmopoulous; Statl\Slr-' .
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Jennifer Sutler, Angela' .. : '" "
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I of their the eampetitlan Keystone team,stated when< Coa Division. J, grades 4 and 5- Mark', s', i.aet1enJi4 AL'" ; ,..v'....' ...,.JT..r,,FvaK1i. .]\ %,-yo, M4 SPCIAI.f NYT. .. ....... ,
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Farina Kenneth "
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,Thacker."I wall' proud of.., our l kett" Barry David ,Shaddix, Shannon ..LeOnard' SIi st' 1:' U'! '-,>>Cfpe Craftsmen' Wood. Products'
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said Coach Thacker. t f1- 1 i& irrars !'W4. ,
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since we do not have a mI piyWen'i; tleOXj) Sonya !Berrey,:. Cljxdyk.' '1 ,rtr+": 'M@1.left I ,r41 : l'I \ >.-'ojraex, Racks,

,'apfJlllt aod ClUJ'_the ins a SrtaloolJn! adbad mot f' ;(='3/arade' M''=1 w 1 '1 ,t:' *'''p \ _. ft !i 'n1: i\11' Pk!u olders, CandleHolders ; '

'* ? winners were Todd Sassier, ::Tim., ''Levy, ge, Stet, ftV\ 1y': a2 .sa ; Wine ,Set
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lola Jump for the j '.';0 > . "H: e"n" I'U: !ItIN "'
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In Alachua: Accident" ..... .' /I., If' "', ,., ". "., ", .l.....' .
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Two' men worq a grist / J: "1'
single cur accident near Grove Park S l '
curly Siiliirduy, when (the! driver lost ,
control of the ear and hit a tree, according ,.J t : > ,. f.ti .NtJ4E1.1W-ALIFETIME
to Trooper Larry Warner. ; r ,
James! W, Smith, 3i!, of SUrko and ,..).:..,... A __
r Timothy Duke, 23, of Gainesville jot''
l formerly of Lake Butler) apparently 'It'i i

; died struck Immediately a large pine when tree their on SR-20 vehicle In fl USED I CAR SALE !

Alachua County around 3 a.m. 1983'
,i The 1078 Ford, driven by Smith,
was eastbound traveling at approx fX yr < "wr '
mph when the driver lout _
'contr.lon II rain-slicked curve. The LincolnTowiftCarf- -
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: 'vehicle was Keen by a winning .,
: motorist and reported lo the Florida 1
; Highway Patrol. ;. t
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Waldo Man Cited _-__--_--____::::0
For Careless DrivingElliott 4 Door Completely Loaded .

: cited for Gates careless Henry driving of Waldo after was his 10,000 miles, ,! ,:' .,; : 't' ,. ,,' ..
: vehicle overturned west of Brooker, 4a ,
according to Trooper W. D.; angston.
Henry, driving a 1973 Plymouth .1L .
was eastbound on SW 18th Ave. when .1 ,. ,
he lost control of the vehicle, ran off c !Ii *. "c ",,
1 J ', J: ; ho road and overturned due to thei $1 0,495 :" : : ''I'! ;

i i steep slope of the shoulder. -1'. ,.. .
Damage to the Plymouth was $600 :.," ; ,. .
In the 3 a.m. accident. ", "M'
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Starke Teen Hit

I. By Car Sunday NightLisa : '. 83 Mustang "GT": 83 Mercury' Capri I

Paulette Norman, 17, of N. 82 Fairmont'' ', 3 Dr., Full Power, Glass 3 Dr., 4 Cyl., 4 Speed, AM-FM|
Temple Ave. In Starke was hit by the 4 Dr. 6 Cyl., Auto..* Air, Glass, T-Topt, Tilt, Cruise Cass., Stereo, Deluxe Interior,}

side she attempted mirror of to a car cross Sunday US-301.night accor-as TIll Cruise, AM-FM Stereo Black on Black, 6,000 miles Wire Wheel Coversx9495.00 (

ding to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.. $
Witnesses said the girl stopped In 7995
the center of the undivided, four-lane Fire Set in Old House... $ 5995 .
highway and was struck by the left
side mirror of a northbound car which Went Call Street resident Jack Bell look over the old frame. house that
was traveling at about 30 mph. burnrd !Monday nlhl. "Too bud these old houses have In UH, hut they've
First Aid was given at the scene by served thrlr purpose" said Bell, who lives just down the street In Ktarke.

; Paul The West girl and was Scotty taken Taylor.to Shands Youths Arrested in House Fire I IAn 1981 Cadillac Fleetwood

Hospital in Gainesville where she Is 2 Door, Fully Loaded Reduced!
listed In good condition by a hospital unoccupied frame dwelling on proximately II p.m. and immedl.:tely 1981'Camara '
spokesperson. the corner of Call and Bay Streets In put water on the roof where fire was 10.49500'
The vehicle a 1981 Lincoln, driven Starke was gutted by fire late Monday shooting up around the chimney, The BerlinettaCoupe
: by Johnnie Blaine' Thompson of .evening. Two juveniles have been arrested fire was quickly'contained but continued .
Windows .
Power Locks TUt
:. Lawtey received approximately $100 by the Starke Police Depart- to come back to life, keeping 1981 Lincoln Town Car
damage In the 8:30 p.m. accident. ment and charged with setting the firemen and volunteers busy. for the ,Cruise AM-FM Stereo, Tilt Cruise, Power Moon Roof,' Fun _
committed no violation fire according to Patrolman better of hour. '
Thompson Jimmy part an
Black Black w/Gold
said Wilkinson. on, Locks Windows Wire Wheel Covers $ -4fl 00
; and was not charged, Epps 9 9 5
The fire was apparently set in the, The rental house,was unoccupiedand Alum Wheels., Like Newl! _Reduced! Uj
living room of the apartment on the there were no Injuries.
Grandin Juvenile. west side of the house which was the Two white male juveniles, ages IS $8 29500 1980 Chev..Chevette
Found With Pot hottest part of the fire. Starke' and 18, were charged with arson and ,
firemen Lott Williams and Dwayne trespassing said Epps. The juvenileswere 2 Door,4 speed,air' .glass AM-FM.
A fourteen year old juvenile of Hardee arrived at the scene at ap- turned over to HRS. Luggage rack new radials $
Grandin was arrested Wednesday, 4 1 9 500.

: April School 20 and at the charged Keystone with Heights possession High of Jury Finds Inmate Guilty of Murder I IA I Simply Perfect! ', '

a controlled substance. Bradford County Circuit Court preter. 1982 Audi GT Coupe
According to Captain Scott Lan- jury found FSP Inmate Fernando' Assistant State Attorney* Thomas
caster of the Clay County Sheriffs Office Quintana guilty as charged of first- Elwell presented evidence of three In- 5"Speed, Air Glass, Stereo
: the 8th grader was apprehendedby degree murder Wednesday afternoon.. mate witnesses to the stabbing which Cass. Alum. Wheels Sunroof '
,
Principal David Owens. Pills uulntana was charted with the took place in front of Qulntana's cell IMPORTS
believed to be a controlled substancewere stabbing murder-of another inmate on the third floor of( the prison' ..,.,;\\co/ tt, Illllet.Jt.; '.... .". .. .bw ', ,, "'\'' : .t.,. .. .., .
i taken from the youth and turned Jerome Mathew, Harold: 24, on 'V.Wlng'The: stabblnz"toot >placQ f. $ : :. .';777' --' -

over to the arresting officer. V-Wing at Florida. State Prison July about e:15: a.m.as Harold was return- 11)) ::6'95 -V ;
The youth was released to the 14, 1982. ,Ing to his cell from breakfast. Haroldwas ,
custody of his mother. Quintans who does not speak stabbed once In the base of his
neck, he then ran from the third floor,
English, has been housed at FSP
since December, 1981 for a murder collapsed and died In the main cow 1982 Audi 5000 'S'
Riviera Beach Man conviction in Dade County. .ridor, leaving a trail of blood, according
Arrested in Starke The trial which started Monday to testimony' 1980 Audi Turbo Fully Loaded Leather Seats,
afternoon before Judge John J Crews 1982 Volvo "DL"Like Dual Power Seats, Sunroof

?'_ April Richard 23 In Starke Mitchell and was charged arrested with day became when a the test defendant of patience took by the Wednes-stand for I'arold 2nd degree was serving murder a life from sentence Duval Sunroof 5000',Firemlst Stereo cali.Red ,Alloys pawir New! Speed Overdrive AM-FM Cass., Stereo, Cruise,

a driving while his license was suspended with his Spanish speaking Inter-' County. Windows Cruise to Air, AM-FM Stereo Radio, Power Windows Door Locks,
: and unlawful speed, according to Compare
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. '25,000 Newt! 12,000 miles 4,200 miles
i.... Mitchell of Riviera Beach, Fl. was Escapees Recaptured in Tnmpa-Sarasot 1 I $
:, stopped on US-301 driving 63 mph Inposted a 11,495 $10,595
43 mph speed zone, said Escapees may learn to try a different The O-Unit is a minimum security 10,695 ,
Wilkinson. part of the state if they want to portion of the prison, according to ""
Mitchell was released on a $200 avoid re-capture. Three Inmates who Superintendent Richard Ougger.
surety bond. escaped over the weekend were ap- There are no "hard core" felons housed '
prehended In the SarasotaTampaarea there, said Dugger.
the first of the week. Jackson was serving a two-year TRUCKS '
C10 SilveradoS.W.B.
Man ArrestedFor Two Inmates who escaped from sentence from Hillsborough County 1982
Reckless DrivingCarson Florida State Prison Saturday night for burglary and Powers had a three- ,. .. Tu-tone paint,'Stg, Bks, Air, Glass
were recaptured In Tampa Monday year sentence from Broward County
Wayne Parsons of Jackson- afternoon. An inmate who escaped for forgery Bed Rails, Step Bumper AM-FM Cass.,
ville was arrested April 23 and charged from Correctional Institution
Lawtey Rear Window
with wilful wanton reckless driv- Friday was re-captured in Sarasota LCI inmate Roy C. Glsh, 26, who is 1982 Ford F150 Sliding

ing Roberts., according to Trooper D. C. Tuesday evening. serving theft, was a two found year missing sentence at for the grand 10 \ 117",W.B., 300 six, 3 speed, power $ fl '3 9 5 00
Raymond Jackson, 32 and Kevin '
brakes air new 8 ply tires,
Parsons was stopped two miles Powers 26, escaped from FSP's p.m. count April 22. tearing glass, ,
south of Starke on US-301. O-Unlt around 11:15 pm., making Glsh had less than seven months of step bumper, red A white, Victoria tu-tono
his sentence left, he was to have been .
Bond was set at $150. Parsons was their getaway In a state vehicle from
released after he posted a surety nearby Union Correctional Institu- released In November, according to Clean ,j" :'
bond. tion. Superintendent W. Wainwright 1981 Chev C10: Pickup<

S.W.B., black.w/black/ interior, 4 speed
1982 CMC"'Jimmy '? manual; power Ileerlng..'AM-FM stereo,

Alligator Ranch Farm CenterU.S. (6.2( L Diesel)) Fully loaded, red & white I'' sliding real> window step bumper, 10x15

18,000 miles ((36,000 miles! ,warranty! ) t ,i --; j ; 1. 'mud grips w/white spoke wheels 32,950 ,mi
301 S Starke 964-6973

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t..' :: :M."L 1981 Ford Bronco

r I 1981 1 350.Stake Bed ((4x4)),16,000 mites, 4 speed, OlD

All Type Seeds Tomato Plants .. 'Auto,'air;'Stg, AM-FM. 33,000 mIles 'air, glass, red '& white'
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Valencia Peanuts Sweet potatoPlants; '$,6 49500 j'9295; ;:

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Okra Seeds Onion Plants I II' '

Silver Queen Corn Black Eye' Peas <<. \I ri.' ': liI Economy "BuymFimmAZDoor .

I' C.,.Bush Beans Tennessee ,Rats .. .
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